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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 16, 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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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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.. VOLUME 49, NO. 45 BUNNELL. FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOV., 16, '1961 .' $2.50. A YEAR I t tj I



.Bunnell High's t I i.BRAY REUNION FAMILY SUNDAYAbout HOLDS I:i Taxes Continue I GUEST REV..SPICER.SPEAKERAT .. .JR.. IS Bishop Will Lay I Ii



I members. of the Bray Climb In State I II ROTARY CLUB Cornerstone At I
HomecomingNext I family attended a reunion held Guest speaker the Rotary i
I
at the Bunnell Community Center Club meeting today will be Rev.

Sunday. A covered dish, Taxes collected in Florida by;W.' L. Spicer, Jr., pastor of the -
Wednesday I i dinner was served at 1 o'clock.!I I[state and local governments to- i Bunnell Methodist Church. Rev. I Beach Church '.'

Those members of -the family:Staled $1,161,900,000 during the Spicer will speak on the Thanksgiving I I

: The Bunnell High} School's J who celebrated November birthdays .'I(I960 fiscal year, up 12 per cent theme. Program Chair : Bishop James W. Henley of

.. Homecoming Game will be. next!I were honored and presented I over the previous year, the Florida man Cliff McGriff will introduceRev. I'the Florida Methodist Confer.I .

Wednesday evening with a hugh birthday cake I I State Chamber of Commerce Spicer. I ence will lay the cornerstone

22. The 'annual November'I'with their names and birthday I'I reports Club President John Cannon 1 I for the new Flagler Beach

parade will begin at greetings on it. They were: Mrs. "This sum includes all taxes, said today there will be no [Methodist Church at 2 o'clock

S afternoon. All clubs are invited Jessie Muzyka, Jim Bray, Paul fees, licenses etc. paid to any club meeting on ThanksgivingDay Sunday afternoon, the pastor

to enter floats in the parade. I Forsythe, Richard Cantrell, and branch of the state government which is the regular meet ,Rev. Reynold N. Hoover said

: Janice Lovelace of the Junior Jack Clegg. II and to all county, district and 'ing, date. I today. The DeLand District Superintendent

Class asks that all those who I The group voted to hold annual i. municipal governments or agencies i Visitors at the meeting last Joe A., Tolle, will

: are interested in entering floats I reunions on the second within the state. Comparisons :week were Albert Stapp of Crescent -I also be present for the ceremony. R!

I 1\ in the parade to contact a I,Sunday in November. with other states are: pos I City, Adolph Deen of Ocala, The site for the new church I

member of the class by Friday: Those attending included sible only when lumping all Don Rubie of Daytona Beach, f I building is between 21st and I

of this week. There will be a members of the family from 'state and local monies together(!Buddy Cook of Bunnell, and Nelson 22nd streets on Daytona Ave.
II
'I small entering fee. Holly Hill, Daytona Beach_ Pa. because of varying tax struc i Bell. of Bethol, Vt. I Rev. Hoover said the public is

The Homecoming King and latka, Eustis, and Bunnell. i tures. For example, in some I I I Rotarian Tom Lenssen was invited to attend this service.

I Queen will be selected from the t.1 states the tax on sales is imposed commended on his recent award I The church worship servicesare

Senior Class by popular vote. Seville Highway at the state level and in I as Conservation Farmer of the presently held in the Wom

Following the Homecoming I others, at the city level. Thus Year. an's Club building on Central

Game at 8 o'clock, the Junior I S-305 In Volusia the state local total becomes the Avenue.

class will sponsor the Home I fair yard-stick. Florida's total I Plans for the new church .
coming dance at the Community last year ranked the state tenth, I II I building call for three units.
Center. Now 50% CompleteGood I the same as its population rank.;Boswell Warns 'These include the Santuary and

The Class of 1951 will be honored I 'news for many residentsof I "Figured on the basis of the ,! I'I two sections to be used for the .

on their tenth anniversaryat II West Flagler and North Volu- state's 5,000,000 officially estimated Faulty Heaters I I Educational Department the

this homecoming celebration., sia counties in information from.I population as of 11f i kitchen, and rest room facilities
I the State Road Department that I last.year, Floridians paid an av.1 Causing DeathsCooler when the whole structure is I

I I: that part of S-305 in Volusia f erage of $232 to state and weather is coming to I completed.The .
Foster I .I governments, representing a 7 section which is now under -
Memoriali county is about half completed.The Florida and with it, in all pro. I
i highway intersects U.S. 17 I per cent gain over the previous II 'will construction will include
bability, be. a rash of fires
Musical Program \I at Seville and runs east tQ connect I year. The national average. was due to .improperly operated'I the foyer chapel, kitchen, and I
I with State 11 at Haw Creek,.1$242 and the gain 10 per cent f i home heaters. Accidents are the rest room facilities. The chapel
This At 2 "Not included in the $1,161.-1 I will be used for the worship
I
) Sunday ,l then to Bunnell. I fourth leading cause of death "
services until the is ,
sanctuary
Work on the project includes 900,000 Florida total were federal I I in Florida; following heart I
I A special musical program' I i widening the existing 18 foot grants, unemployment compensation I I diseases, cancer and strok. Last.completed. It is a forty by I
has been scheduled at the Stephen eighty foot structure. The foundation j jI
I roadway to provide two '10-foot and other trust revenue I I year fires and explosions caused I
t Foster Memorial Sunday traffic lanes. The ,contract also(I and ,net public utility rev- 228 deaths, Frank J. Boswell, and floor has been completed j jI j
November 19 and will feature I I calls for resurfacing the existing nues, together amounting to i:t'county sanitarian says. I and is ready for construction

i .a mixed chorus -students from J, .,.road with .an. asp al -co.n. I$392,500,000. Thus all monies :Heaters should be cleaned and I I. of the walls. I.
\ the Department' Music of the' crete surface course -. received during the--year by I':1 tested before>they are actually A large 40-foot white crossjias :

University of Florida under the ;i The highway in Flagler county .I state and local bodies amounted needed because accumulation of(already beep completed and i jI
direction of Dr. Delbert S terrett.': to $1,554,400.000, 14 cent erected on the grounds.
S has been paved for several up per I carbon in the fire box and flood.
The program, at 2 ,p.m., will years, 'extending to the Voulsia during the year. I!ing are the main causes of trou,I

4 be given in the auditorium of"county line.C. "Direct expenditures," I ble. Use a lighter rod if possible 'Hunting Season
the Foster Carillon Tower, Miss includ-I i
. A. Meyer Paving and Construction ing borrowings by the but at any rate be sure
Thelma Boltin, the :Memorial's I I Co. of Orlando has the r local governments in Florida, :that there is not too much fuel

special events director, announced. contrat at a ,price of $154,608. 't i came to $1,588,800,000, a 10 per in the fire pot when it is lighted.(Opens SaturdayThousands
I I I cent increase compared with a I
Never fill or move a portable of Florida
"Fall marks the eleventh anniversary I nationwide gain of 4 cent. hunters
of the opening of the I 'The state-local debt outstand.1ing I I i heater while it is burning. Place will be at their favorite shoot.

Stephen Foster Memorial," Miss Municipal League at year's end came to $1- i heaters furniture away and from place curtains them and so'ling stands one-half hour before
v I 'I sunrise November 18
Boltin said. "Dr. Sterrett has 695,300,000 in Florida, up 13 per I they cannot be tipped over. Do Saturday ,
I statewide hunting
planned a program which includes .' Meets At Orange CityThe cent. The national gain, was 9 as the sea
I! not store oil or kerosene near I II
'I I ;;son on resident
game opens, according -
many Stephen Foster per cent. Per capita, the Florida
Central Florida of heater-they are explosive. Always J
"I Group I I to A.D. Aldrich- director
melodies, as well as a varity debt was $339, with 23 other
the League of Small Municipalities I'I'I remember that a heater
; :Game and Fresh Water Fish
of other numbers..
states having a larger .
figure.
t I burns exygen in a room and
will meet tonight at Orange I : Commission.
I I
The is invited to the The national I
h public average was $389. I outside air is
that little
I City for their quarterly meet a neces i iI Hunting will be allowed from
concert, Miss Boltin said, with "Cash and
ing. City Clerk Rudolph Peter- I security holdings sary. Ventilation is imporatnt.; one-half hour before sunrise
until -
no admission ,charge other than I in Florida totaled $1,068,300,000 I I (
son of Flagler Beach is president -I one-half hour after sunset
the regular gate fee to enter at the end of the year, up 11
of the
the Memorial grounds, on the I I league. per cent, somewhat better thana Peace Corps Exam. for resident game.It .
Members of the town commis. is estimated that more than
III I
banks of the Suwannee, River. national gain of 9 per cent.
t (j I sion of Flagler Beach and mem 165,000 will obtain
Nov. 28 persons
In addition to the special program |I II :Tuesday
: bers of the Bunnell commission Florida hunting licenses this
at 2 p.m. the regular .
i plan to attend. It will be a din. I year, and 'a large portion of
daily schedule of four Carillon I In: Daytona Beach
concerts will be presented Sun. '.ner meeting. i Letter To Editor them will be afield opening day.
I I Hunting of opened No-
geese
day. I i Postmaster Gayle Mercer in
r I DON ALFORD WINS I vember 4, while hunting of
I Bunnell and Rufus Miller at
Dear. Mrs. Fuller:
ducks and coot 12 I
AWARD: FOR NEW opens noon,
I was thinking if you would larger Beach have been notified
.ft The 1962 Annuals. HOME PLANSDon like to add to the Sports Section I that Peace Corps examinations November' 17.
.
.. Second of the dove
:; ... .1 phase
;: I I will be held in the main JI
about what hometown
a boy :
Alford of Jacksonville,
hunting season statewide
Are Now On SaleThe opens
does after he leaves home postoffice building in Daytona
son of O. F. Alford of Bunnellre.Gently : I I I November 23 Hunting of snipe
Beach: Tuesda: : November 28,
annual staff of industrious [ won first place for an exhibit since I joined the Army I I I Y. and woodcock opens December
8:30 A.M.
at
and zealous workers has of home plans at the State have become quite active in an I:beginning promptly 16. Hunting of rail and gallinule -

already sent 30 pages to the Convention of Architects.The indoor sport called Table Ten I Peace 'Corps posters giving (marsh hen) closes November
publishers and 86 more will exhibit were plans which nis. I am a member of the this information will be displayed 26.

soon follow to complete the 116, he had prepared for the homeof United States Table Tennis Association in the local post offices on
the bulletin board it stat.l
was
page annual, "Pinea" of ,Bunnell Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Greshamof and have been a member
Lions Club Hears
High School. Many pictureswill Gainesville. Mrs. Alford and I of the D.C.Table Tennis Club ed.

be placed throughout the Mrs. Gersham are daughters of Washington, D.c.,. where I l Anyone interested in takingthe

,annual to illustrate the content. Mr. and lH.. F. Wray of Bun-1 played against top ranking U.S. tests, should present themselves Civil Defense Report
.
'
at the Beach ;.
Daytona
This annual promises to be nell. I II players.
Civil defense
the
was topic
II office at the stated
post building -
an attractive addition to your I I am now active in a German for the Lions Club program t

S collection of previous annuals table tennis club located in time. i Monday noon. O. C. Shelton
So, make reservations for PErqECOSTALHOLI ESS Muenchweiler;Germany. As far
your
spok? on the plans being made
.;
CHURCH SPONSORS
copy today. Any Bunnell or I I as I know I am the only American METHODIST MEN WILL I by the county advisory board of
DINNER FRIDAY
Flagler Beach residents interested playing for a German team. CONTINUE PAPER DRIVE civil defense.

in buying a annual and don't I The Pentecostal HolinessI To this date we have won four The Methodist Men's Club of! John Cannon, also a, memberof

.have any children.In school can;I I Church of Bunnell is sponsoring matches and lost two against Flagler Beach are continuingtheir the advisory board, talkedon

contact one of the seniors for I a benefit dinner on Friday. other German teams.I I I collection of scrap paper I the proposed preparation

an order, sponsor. Theoadore I, They are taking' orders ana delivering received The Tribune and and request that people place plans being made for county

Hein said. 'chicken' dinners. at noon am glad the tea'm'is'dotnggoo .!I all that they wish. collected closeto .schools.
No annual will be available. evenings Looks like records of 53-54 -
our the street and they will col- Guests of the club were James
jor.
for sale alter- December. 10, 1961.: will. be.,applied ,.on I team.'is.. going! to 'be broken.: J1 Elect it Saturday in Bunnell_ and. i f Ebert, TIHman Robinson and

he added. -- .. ', :: :1 J 1 the church.- ..building- fund. % ; T-i irr*> '
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PAGE TWO THE .FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Nov. 16, 1961

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the score 130. The Bulldogs had :

r the ball on 'their 26 yard line.A AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1 1lAIR

: bad pass from center Jerry ;

Burnsed circled back of his goal E .

line and was tackled by Neil
CONDITIONING-HEATING FLORIST
I Turlington, making the score ( ':I
150. FLORIDA AIRCONDITIONING I Whatever The Occasion ij t

I CO. i -Say It With Flowers |'I.t
.... Bunnell ,
Pacha Of Daytona Inc.. I fromBlack's l
Leslie
By II I 18 first downs 5
AIR CONDITIONING-HEATING
195 yards rushing 59 I Flower Shop
BULLDOGS TO CLOSE get correct information on his I GENERAL SHEET METAL j I
86 yard passing 47 Phone ID 7-3348
OUT CALLAHAN SEASON I I scoring but did not get a reply I -We're Proud of Our Work"
my letter. St. Augustine Record 7-14 passes 2-7 330 Walker Holly Hill. OR 7-6120 111 'Forsythe Bunnell! :
Bunnell will toi i ito 3 intercepted 2
Bulldogs go passes '
120.
had Kaiser for
j jKING'S
FUEL OIL
Callahasari Friday night This 2-28 punt average 3.33 'I AUTO SERVICEMcDANIEL'S

.game will be the Ramblers final J 0 fumbles lost 1
TRUCK STOPPHILLIPS
game. The .Ramblers have a 5-4 Conference Standing Nov. 10 5.75 penalties 8.65 I
record for,the season. The Bulldogs -conf games tp-op I II Service Station .66 GAS & OILS

will take their2<< record Hastings 8.0 9.0 349.13'Fr. Bunnell 0 0 0 0 STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS J. L. IRWIN Prop.

r into the .game .The game will I Lopez 6.0 8.1 190.20 Hastings 0' 7 8 0 15 Tires-Batteries-Minor,Repairs I Lubrlcation-Tires-Batteries

start at 8 'P. M.Probable I Bunnell 5.2 6.2 201.52 Scoring Hastings, TD, Kaiser Bunnell ID 7-7119 Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fuel'

Lineup Baldwin 5.3 5-4 156.72 2 (4-1-run). Extra point, Kaiser U.S. 1 N. Bunnell ID 7.3678

.Bulldogs RamblersD. C. City 5.3 5.4 120-147 'I 1 (run), safety. (Burnsed tack- Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION I
Callahan 4-4 5.4 130-107 GARDEN SHOP
.Cook LE Mott i eld behind goal).
Polk LT D. Smith St Joseph .3.6 3.6 69.282 / 'TIRES Gray's Garden Center
GULF & BATTERIES I
i
D i B 1-7 2-7 102.222 The Bulldogs, came into some
Emery LG Higginbotham Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days/ .Headquarter for Gardening Need
inner in the fourth
Taylor 0-8= 0.8 34.254 power quar- Ceramics Gifts Dry Arrangement
Hosford C Henderson Keystone 0.8 0.8 21.302 I ter. The Spudsters were stopped State&Lambert US 1-ID: 7-7190 I Materials
'' RG B. Smith
Knight' t Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers-
at the Bulldog 10-yard line. Jerry -
.
:M.Cook RT Hicks:I I took over and hit Abbot for a Colonial Service Station TORO LAWN MOWERS
McMillan RE Atkinson'i Prep Picking by Little Moe 'I 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7.051'
: EARL E. RICE. Proprietor
'. I pass good for 55 yards and Hast- ORMOND'
Cook Bunnell-Callahan I ,
:M.
Moody QB
LUBRICATION
GAS OILr
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ings picked a 15
\ up yard penalty I
ther Lopez *
J.Burnsed LHB Sauls'' Hasti.ngs-F !(i that moved it to the Hast- MOTOR TUNEUPGOODYEAR [HARDWARE
Baldwin-Crescent CityD&BAIa.D&B I I 4
Abbott RHB Farley ings 20. The Spudsters defense TIRES & BATTERIESU.S.
Sheffield FB McKendreeThe HIWAY 1 BUNNELL 4:THAT FAMOUS PAINT
I
tightened and pushed the Bulldogs
1 1ED'S i I
Ramblers adopted foot- 23 right; 5 wrong.RINKYDINKS i
back '20 yards with Tur- _. Exclusively at
for the first time last '
ball year.
lington doing a great job for
HURRICANES .. FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE
PURE OIL STATION r
far this com-
So season they've ,
Hastings. The game ended with lftm Viz!
piled a 4-4 record, in the St. LET'S PLAY BASKETBALLThe the Spudsters on the Bulldogs\Specializing in Wash & Waxing

Johns River Conference. Their Bunnell Recreation Dept.is 20-yard Hne.Continued. Batteries-Accessories i Flagler Beach HE 9-2103
setbacks were to Crescent City, MINOR REPAIRS i I If I
organizing its fall midget and. '
I 19.6, and Hastings 287. Bald- junior basketball league. All ( on page 7) f U.S. Hwy. 1-Ilunnell-ID 7-3138 1 1I I, Hardware Center

win Callahan 20, Callahan 0. 6; Lopez 20,'i games will be played after -- I BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO i I Village HOUSE PAINTS

school in the All
gym. games
'FREE PAINT Match and mix any color
They are coached by Dean will start at 4 P.M, : Just as BAR & COCKTAIL i 1!Builder's Supplies Kitchenware ,'
One extra gallon of choice
'! Blankenship. The Ramblers like soon as dates will be open for your !I GIFTS GREETING CARDS
I '
LOUNGE
gym schedules will with each sailor you buy !
of the
ball control and operate from use AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420
DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY
the split-T. Fullback Wayne Mc be made of teams that are interested i Mary Carter Paint Store FROM 9 I i ;

letterman, to play. Application SUNDAY FROM 6 P.M.
Kendree
a .175 pound Also Weatxate S boo ping Center JEWELER
is the team's top ground gainer forms will be given out and I Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach I ,

and has scored 38 points. The boys that are interested in,form. IIII 1 BRENNAN Jewelers

halfbacks, including starters ing teams can do so. Community I MILLAND BAR AND II I I Diamonds-Diamond Setting

John Sauls and Doug Farley, Midget team rules are: Boys II COCKTAIL LOUNGE i Fine Jewelry and Gifts

have accounted for 42 points I up to age of 11 by December 31, Memorial ChurchInterdenominational I Eddie &, Mary Shultz, Props. ;; Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus

among themselves. Quarterback 1961, eight boys on a team. PACKAGE ,GOODS .I i Watches

:Mike Cook, a 130 pounder and Junior team boys up to 16 by II AIRS CONDITIONED 9 a.m.-2 a.m-Sun. 1 p.m. 2 a.m. Watches-Jewelry-Clocks Repaired

fine ball handler, js no great December' 31. Winner of the I Daytona Ave. 'I Ocean Dlvd-Flakier BeachBETH'S I 60 E. Granada-ormond-oR 7-5056

shakes as a passer but makesup midg t. and junior league will SEASIDE I #
FLAGLER BEACH FURNITURE -
for it by being an exceptionally receive medals from the recreation -

fine pass defense man. To department. Sunday School 10:00 A.M." I BAR & GRILL 1 I II Ormond Bedding and
I FOR FINEFOOD
date Cook has run back for pass I Church Service 11:00 A.M. I Furniture Co.

interception for touchdowns. HASTINGS SPUDSTERS TO R. W. DICKEBT. Paator Substantial Discounts on .All

Their Jine isn't the most rugged I PLAY IN POTATO BOWL I EVERYONE WELCOME I 3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA 1 1 I.1 1$10 BEDS-SOFAS-FURNITURE Tradein Covers Down'Payment

hut they have good ends and I I The Hastings Lions Club .has I I I-.--- Open 7 A.M.-ll P.M I I .P.... .Q..:.. ROBENBERRY. 'rt:'weer' ; .

with Doug' Farley connectingwith signed the Reddick Terriers of wmww I BUILDING SUPPLIES I I I Granada, Ormond Beh. OR 7-6411
a few are always a big I
North Marion High to meet the 0. F. ALFORD !
threat. PAINTS
Hastings Spudsters in the first Registered WICKLINE

I The Ramblers are up for the annual Potato Bowl ,to be played I Real Estate Broker Building Supplies "JERRY'S PAINT MARTPITISBURGH

game and would like to close Thanksgiving night, November .
CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS
out the season with a win. Let's 23, at 8 P.M. pn Bailey Field. Bunnell, Florida
I STEEL Paints-Finishes
and let's win ,
go Bulldogs get I '
Paint Sundries
number seven. See you all in BOWL BOUND HASTINGS Flagler Beach HE 9.2254 -Wallpaper

Callahan. SHUTS OUT BULLDOGS THE OUT BOARDER 38 W. Granada-Ormond I
BOTTLE GASHARRIS ORange 7.0761 ,
I Hastings Spudsters defeated Authorized Evlnrude Dealer -
: Kaiser Needs Three T.D.'s BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS BOTTLE GAS
the. Bunnell Bulldogs 15.0 Friday I ROOFER

Paul Kaiser needs three T.D.'s night before 2,000 fans, Dockage Storage Free Ramp BOTTLE or BULK EDGEMON ROOFING CO.
WE FINANCE
FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY
to go ahead of J.I. Sheffield's record probably the largest crowd to Manufacturers of
t of 150 points in a season..I ever witness a football game on 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona HOME OWNED, GAS COMPANY Cement Tile RoofingALL

Kaiser scored 13 points 'Friday I Bailey Field In Hastings. PHONE ID 7.3551 TYPES OF ROOFINGFast

t night to 'up his. total to 133 The Bulldogs and Spudsters PAL PARKER'S. INC. Help Flagler County Grow Dependable Service

I points. Jerry Burnsed was held I played the toughest minutesof Automotive Specialty Center I By Shopping at Home HWY. 1 N. ORMOND

; scoreless and has 77 points football in the first half that BRAKES RELINED S1&A5 ORange 7-5177 7.1793
PARTS AND LABOR CONCRETE PRODUCTS
..
Scoring ,Leaders November 10 many fans probably won't see FORDCIIEVROLETPLYMOOTHOTHERS
Kaiser, Has. 20 13 133 for a long time to come. Paul 91OA5 Your "Q" For ConcreteDial I RESTAURANT
Kaiser leading scorer in the ..St.Johns 540 Mason Ave. Daytona
i Burnsed, Bun. 12 5 77 CL 3-8113 SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT

f Hunter, Has. 6 18 54 Conference, went over ,fora DAYTONA BEACH Lunches-Dinners-Sandwiches
I Penny,Fr. Lopez 5 8 1 41 touchdown! from the 4-yard ORMOND PRESCRIPTION
OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY
:McKendree, Cal. 6 20 38 line, and also scored the extra PHARMACYSick Quillian's Concrete, Inc.
I Burrell, Tas. 6 0 O. 36 point. The halftime score was: Room Supplles-Sundrles 152 W Granada-Ormond Beach

l\L Cook, Cal. 5' 3 0 33 Spudsters 7, Bulldogs 0. HOSPITAL SUPPLIES CLEANERS Open 6 A.M.-11 P.M. at

! McMillan., Bun.' 5 2 0 32 I Hastings scored early in the 24-Hour Prescription Service f 146 S. Atlantic-Ormond

I Coluard, C. City 5 2 0 32 third quarter on an interceptedpass -Free Delivery in Flagler Beach- BUNNELL CLEANERSWE
I', Kaiser had 126 points in the I and a first down. Kaiser ORMOND Rt- AlA BEACH L"--TeL North OR of 7-1661 GIVE TV STAMPS RIGHT ON THE BEACH

I standing last week. I tried to over for his second TD to make Open Dally 8 to 0 Shrimp-Steok-Chops-CIiicken
PIa..e ID 7-3188 Sandwiches and Shakes
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....... QJIje; :JUnglpr ribunrBUHXKLL Sandwiches and Pies :
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I 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY BREAKFAST ANYTIME 1

I i FLORIDA DRUG STORES Ocean Spray Restaurant

AlA 1 Mile South of Pier
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Ruth and Ed Gary of Sun Sea I I Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Bowen Mrs. Pal Parker, Sr., returned

: Manor, announce the arrival of motored to Jacksonville Tuesday to1 her home here last week front,

': -:lfagfe each a son born on October 28th and I I I to meet their daughter, Gail a trip to Thomaston, Ga., where-

r ,. weighing seven pounds and six from Hollywood, Calif. She will she visited with her sister,. Mrs.

.ounces at the Holly Hill Hos I I be spending several weeks here Una Durham.,

LUNA BABBITT pital., He has been named John and also will be visiting in Co-

: I Williams Gary after his grand- coa, St. Petersburg and Braden. Guests arriving this week at
HEmlock 92093FLAGELER
Telephone
I fathers. ton, also Pass-a-Grille with Bill Sun Sea Manor for the winterare

i BEACH P-TA COUNTRY FAIR TOMORROWThe I I I and Gig Anderson 'who formerly : Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tur- -
had the Anchor Motel in Flagler cotta Rochester, N. Y.; Mr. and
MEETING Mr. and Mrs. Myles :Meeks
WSCS of the Methodist
I Beach. Mrs. H. Burnham is also mov-
.: Mrs. Jeanette Owens presided Church has set aside tomorrow, from Jacksonville spent Saturday
ing into the Manor for the win-
during the business meeting of November 17th, for the Country here fishing on the pier. ter months.Mr. .

t the Flagler Beach P.-T.A. last I Fair. On this special occasion, Mrs. John L. Dixon celebrated
Tuesday evening at the school. 'they will serve luncheon from
'x:. There was the Flag Salute, the 10 A. M. until 6 A. M. while Mrs. Nell Douglas arrived her 84th birthday November 5th. and Mrs. Joel Smith from

,. Lord's Prayer was repeated and they are also selling baked from Hapeville, Ga., Friday to She resides at Sun Sea Manor Palatka' spent Sunday afternoon
'., the devotional was given.by Mrs. goods of all kinds. take over her new home which year round. :Mrs. Dixon is at their place here.

.:: Henry Shill. I A few of the items they will was recently built on South I originally from Grand Rapids, I .
e:.Gontmuea 6) *
have lor sale will be candles, on page
_s The secretary's report was read Daytona Ave. Michigan. t
-'. by :Mrs. Mary Ann Meekins ands I I I aprons 1am. home, oven made savers candv, dolls notionsof jelly, _____ __ u_ __ t

s 9-, was approved :sne alSO reaa: all-kinds..-' They hope, the pub .
: the resignation of Harold Smith and do their
lic will come out
as Vice President and it was Christmas shopping. This is one 'S'ALUTE TO FLORIDA
decided to elect a new one at of the two main projects of the
the next meeting.Mrs. ,year for the WSCS. COUNTIES' ST.. JOHNS

Mae Whitney, member.
ship chairman reported that METHODIST MEN'S CLUB MET COUNTY SEAT. ST. AUGUSTINE

seventy-eight membership cards I, The business meeting of the St. Johns County was named after the St.
p,: had been sold. There was a !Methodist Men's Club was held I L Johns River,.first called "San Juan Bap-
,' complete report from the Hal. on Monday: evening at the home :; ;' tista" by early Spanish explorers in honor
loween Carnival by Mrs. Jo Ann 'of Leonard Johnson with seven- of St. John the Baptist.
w, Sheeler, co-cairman with Mrs. teen members attending. Guest :L:,,.: The site' of St. Augustine, the county seat,
Joann Moyer and the final figure Speaker for the evening was J. = was first visited by Ponce de Leon in 1513on'his
cleared was reported as one I M.: Smedley who is assistant Lay -.- quest for the Fountain of Youth.
hundred and seventy-four dol- leader of the DeLand District. The principal sources of income for the
: There also talk Civil county are tourists, general agriculture and
was a on
commercial fishing. Oranges, grapefruit,
lars.A i Defense by Cliff McGriff and he
short talk was given by grapes, peaches, Japanese persimmons,
told of Plans being made for the -
EducationalTV plums and pecans are also grown
Mr. John Cannon on local schools concerning fallout. f Sears
and he urged parents to ,
write letters to Washington con- Next month's meeting will be In progressive St. Johns county, and
cerning channell 11 being used held at the home of Albert Jones I _i tA throughout Florida, the United States
Brewers Association works to
for that. He made motion on South Daytona Ave. constantly
a maintain the sale of beer and ale under
Refresh-I /
that one letter be sent by this ments were served I pleasant, orderly conditions. Believing that
P-TA and it was carried. I strict law enforcement serves the best
CLUB MEMBERS ATTEND ti interest of the people of Florida, the Association
,. The new public address system DELAND DISTRICT MEETING I stresses close cooperation with
purchased by the PTA was on There were 14 members of the the Armed Forces, law enforcement and
display. They voted to approp- Woman's Club in the group that governing officials.
iate $108.17 for library books for went to DeLand last Friday to
,, the school. Room Count was won attend the District Six Meeting
by the fourth grade of which of the Florida Federation of
Mrs. Ruth Somerfeldt is teacher.An .
Women's Clubs. BEER UNITES STATES ASOCIATjqK.
BREWERS
interesting talk was: given Morning conference was held
by Dean Holland Superintendentof in Allen Hall, the luncheon in F MODERATION
Public Instruction; on the en- :Union Building of, Stetson Uni-
tire school system and also the
versity. Club President Mrs. -
Minimum Foundation Program. Phillip Kester, and Junior President
Refreshments were served by! Mrs. Allen Reynolds, made
the fifth grade room mothers at other dele- 5-jr.
official reports. The
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gates were Mrs. Harold Massie, :;;
next month's meeting will be Mrs. Myrtle Streeter and Mrs.
room mothers for the fourth ,. ., ,
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Heydt. Others in the group were I'J' '" :; 1' '; }
grade. :Mrs. A. Jansic, Mrs. C. Bondy, ._ .
Mrs. Lillian Bondy, Mrs. Paul
COMMUNITY MEMORIAL Kelly, Mrs. Jasper White, Mrs. <
CHURCH. NOTES I C. Shultz, Mrs. K. Givens, Mrs. No wait. No worry. .
B. S. Clay, and Mrs. label
Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor, an- Frank.
nounced that his Thanksgiving Mrs. Kester was named chair-
next Sunday morningwill man of the minutes. All mem-
message bers were invited to a pageanton water 4
be entitled "Gratitude For hot
"Americanism" at 3:30 P. M.
Present m Possessions." Worship November 17, ,at the Palatka 4.y
service each Sunday begins at Woman's Club.

11 A.M., following Sunday Recent members to be added 1
are Mrs. Alice Johnston,. Mrs. I
School at 10.Seventeen .
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Peggy Wells, Mrs. John Canakaris -
members and Mrs. D. D. Moody, Mrs. Ma aiiurry
.' friends of the Ambassador Sun bel Green, and Mrs. Richard ,
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skating in Brazil."A .
enjoyed a party Day- Christmas Carnival" is I

tona Beach last Saturday: eve- planned for Saturday, December 1
Enjoy all the hot water you,need-right when you
ning. The teacher, E. L. Hart, 2, beginning at 11 A.M. Spa
need it-safely and surely with an automatic Flame-
ghetti will be served
was. assisted in chaperoning by supper
I Mrs. Mary Bross and Mrs Ida from 5 until 8 P.M., Any organization less Electric Water Heater. The new super-fast, j *

Lerch. wishing,space in the car- super-safe models can heat as much hot water in 24
nival contact, Mrs. Esther
may
There will be a Tupper Party Heydt, chairman of the Ways hours as the average family,uses in two full weeks.What's .

I Friday the 17th at 1 P.Me in and Means Committee.The ,
tuck Electric Water
next business meeting of more you can an
Fellowship Hall of the churchof the club will be December3th.. I Heater away anywhere, for there is no flame or L 5
which :Mrs. Andy Jansic will Hostesses will be Mrs.
Dorothy
fumes,no soot or smoke.Therefore it.doesn't require ..
be hostess.Mr. Homans and Mrs. P. Kester. {
Dues are due and members are .. flues or vents. Clean, silent and trouble-free -
requested to contact Mrs. Paul just install it and forget it.
and Mrs. Anthony Tayli-
Kelly, treasurer, about them. ,
enti have been spending this Mrs Mary Novick, welfare Add up all the advantages and you'll see why nearly

month in their beach home hereon chairman, asks that canned j a million Floridians have switched to Flameless
goods 'be brought to the next
South Central Ave. They
Electric water
meeting to assist in the welfare heating.
plan to return to their home in
program. ... You select from round table-top and under- f:::':' *';\
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Their house guests have been Mrs. Ruby A. Gary spent last ,. counter models at your appliance dealer, plumber,

their brother in law and sister, weekend here, having come or electrical contractor. ;.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Andea from down from Jacksonville to see .

Summit N. J. her new grandson.

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Thursday Nov. 16, 1961 _

I I a v;resistance." rivers, dry river beds, deserts, I I means of operating on icebound
The hovercraft idea ,can be marshes, or any relatively flat I harbors. Hovercraft can
B ; grasped by pointing the whir' surfaces," says Peter G. Field- .:move as easily over ice as over:

II ring blades of ,an electric fan ing of Booz, Allen Applied water.
Re.-I II
I i downward and moving it Just search, Inc., Bethesda, Meanwhile, the Ford Motor
LOCALS above the surface of the floor. land. He points out that a I Company'' hopes that its futuristic -

The air buoys up the fan, free hovercraft road could be made I Levacar using a principle

ing, it from ,the friction it would by merely buldozing a. wide :similar to the hovercraft, will
encounter if turned off and path through jungle and cover,'I I transport visitors at high speeds
L L MOODY FRIENDLY CIRCLE simply pushed along. ing it with an. airtight petroleum !j I:from Manhattan to the World's:

UNDERGOESSURGERY MEETS TONIGHTMrs. I In a typical hovercraft, a curtain compound to kill vegetation. j I Fair on Long Island in 1964.
of air shot from nozzles The Soviet Union is reported i Similar vehicles might provide-
/ E. Holden will be hos- I[
) f- T. contains the cushion of air between Interested' in hovercraft as a rapid transit betweencities.KILL .
I. I. Moody. of Lake City, son tess at the meeting of the the bottom of the vehicle F
; of George Moody, Sr., of Flagler Friendly Circle, of the Methodist and the surface of the
church at 8 o'clock tonight.
Beach, underwent surgery at the : ground or water. The cushion
University of Florida Teaching may be one inch to 20 feet
, Betty Miller, Jean Bass and I I
Hospital in Gainesville Tuesday. thick..
I Dr. Allen Reynolds were in qualttq
; Hawed-top
He had his left foot amputated.Mr. A propeller or jet gives the
Gainesville Friday ,and Saturday -:
and his daughter,
Moody hovercraft its forward motion. !
attending a course in Advanced cabbage
Mrs. M. B. Fuller, spent Tuesdayat University .. Despite the soundness of his "
dentistry at the "
the hospital with he and :I idea Cockrell into trouble '
Hos'I ,' ran !
of'Gainesville Teaching i
Mrs. Moody and report he is I sponsored I I when he sought commercial -
The was
pital: course I
recovering satisfactorily. I Ii by the State Dental Society. Ii i support. He said, "Aircraft firms c:::.:.:.;i
i i I felt it looked interesting-but
I since it was not -an aircraft it !Ii!t o cabbage loopers :
LINDA CAROL CODY Leonard Moody was in Gains IJ '
I ville Sunday. visiting at the I was not. for them. Shipping experts o imported cabbage worms
I Mr. and Mrs L. S. Cody, Jr., I thought it might work-
:, of Gainsville are the parents of hospital.Mr. I but it .did not look like a boat. ,L diamond-back moth larvae ,

a daughter 'born November 9. and Mrs. Harry Atkinsonwere By late 1956 Cockrell realized
t She weighted seven pounds and recent visitors in Atlanta, I that to convince people of the with :. '
nine ounces and has been given Ga. They visited with friends hovercraft's practicability he I j ravi Sri : .
the name of Linda Carol.. ,She and attended a. football game I needed a working model. A n""i :'
is the granddaughter of Mr. and there. friend built one for him. Assured t 1:>J:!i INSECTICIDE .. .
'Mr L. S. Cody and the great- I of its value, the British :::: .. "-

granddaughter of 'Mrs. E. S. I Government made it a state se fH At the first sign of loopers or worms, it's time for Jf

Morris, all of Bunnell. Futuristic Ships I cret. Clearance for the project f@ fast action with new powerful Phosdrin insecticide. '
r came only after reports that a tJ:a Phosdrin is easy to use as a dust or spray. It kills :
I' John Jarosz of_ Bunnell is a Cars Glide On ,Swiss engineer was experimenting itx j> fast and sure. And, most important, it can be applied :' .
patient, in the University of on a similar vehicle.. By this r within a few days of harvest-without danger
Florida Teaching Hospital, in time British manufacturers were t of residue. .
I Air CushionsFuture ::< '.
Gainsville where he has suffered interested.
: Get this season-use
i:1 a bumper vegetable crop
a stroke. Mrs. Jarosz and ships may skim across Craft Go Into Operation j#< powerful Phosdrin insecticide at the first sign of
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their son George Jarsoz, spent I the Atlantic in half a.,day while I infestation. Be prepared-order your supply today! :
Sunday there visiting with him.I trains race between cities at 500 In 1959 hovercraft began moving -
miles an hour. I across the English Channel. }, CALIFORNIA CHEMICAL COMPANY. '
.". Mr. Frank Bosvvell left during Both types of craft would employ The United States military services |p| Ortho Division. P.O. Box 767. Orlando. Florida

in the Alabama weekend to with spend her some mother time beneath a cushion them to of reduce air trapped resistance I were many soon different experimentingwith models. S ""wSCvi :w1"fZm: M;:t::::;::;:::::::: ;:; :;:: :::: m:,::1;;:;. .,' :.. ..:...,..J ',.:iiii

who is seriously ill. to motion. Previously impossible Hovercraft offers an answer to '
thus be obtained difficult transportation problems -
speeds
may
4 t Mrs. George Allen Sr., is visiting in surface vehicles, the notably those of under- ORTHO'Thrill ) ,

, in Brunswick and Savannah, National Geographic Society developed nations. .
Ga., this week with her brothers says. "These nations could use .
I 1 1 and sisters. Britain, Finland, Switzerland, ground effect machines for traf I L
Sweden, and the United States fic over the natural highways of y i Er
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l* ::s.OOy arrived nome last 'have now developed such vehicles i !
I I week from Perry, Ohio, wherehe generally called "hover
has been employed for some craft" or "ground effect ma
time with the Walsh Construction chines."
Co.Geroge. How Idea Came I Your Child

British inventor C. S. Cockrell, !
Moody Sr.,* and Mrs. an electronicS' engineer, got the II I
:M. B. Fuller were in Gainsville idea shortly after he went into I

I Saturday visiting' with his son, boat building. He recalls, "I :
I. I. Moody, who is a patient at discovered that, there are two With A Santa Letter I
the University of Florida Teach- main resistances which a boat

( ing Hospital. encounters-wave resistance and 11ltltjIiI1! ,I

skin resistance. I thought thatif I
J Mr.: and Mrs. Dick Driggers of I could make the skin of my I
COSTS ONLY A 4 CENT STAMP!
Lake Butler visited here Sun craft of air-that is, introducea i iI
day with. :Mr. and Mrs. D., D. film of air between the hull

Moody. They were accompaniedhome and water-the skin friction I i
by Mr. and Mrs. Adolph would become negligible and I I 1
Deen who will visit with them would then be free to design ,

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Sam Woodruff arrived last THE BOOK NOOK"THE -
; weed from Montreal, Canada, to

spend the winter at Flagler BABE AND I" Visit our Santa Post Office and. select one of our gay, colorful I
Beach. He is employed by By Mrs. Babe Ruth I
Walsh Construction, Company Attention all baseball fans! letters and Envelopes. Mail the Santa Claus letters you choose ire :
\ .and was at Flagler Beach during Want to read a good book?
f the construction and addition Babe Ruth was born in Baltimore our special mail box and we will have them sent from the famous

t to the Lehigh Cement plant. Maryland, on February 6,
t 1894. He was the eldest childof Santa Claus, Indiana.
L. B. Bratcher of Bunnell was George and Katie Ruth. He

t called to Alma, Georgia, Mon.I was so rough and crude as a I
day: by the serious illness of his child that he was taken to St.

I mother. Mary's, Industrial School for
boys at the ripe old age of The letters are from Santa himself I

Mr. and Mrs. George MoodyJr. seven. There he was lucky /
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., Gary Watson, and Daisy enough to have Brother Mathiassee
I Moody were in Gainsville dur- him hit and throw a ball. .-
\ ing the past weekend visiting For the next 12 years Brother
The letters all about Santa's workshop brownies and reindeer
with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ward. Mathias and Babe spent what are ,
,
Mr.: Ward and Georges brother, little time was free working on
I L I. Moody of Lake City, are the great talent he saw in Babe. and they are yours free of charge. The. special child in your life !

I t patients in the hospital there. In a few years Babe was play- I
II Ing baseball. But everything will be delighted and thrilled with proof there is a Santa Claus. J
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Mr. and Mrs. Thomas wasn't that ,easy because Babe
i Piamond have returned to their had to fight off his wilder im. .
Do come in and select an enchanting letter for the children. This
1 i home here after several weeks pulses. He loved everything t
spent in Detroit visiting, with which was fun in life whichhe complimentary. is our way of saying Merry Christmas to chil '

relatives. They also attended had not had as a child. dren of all ages.Bunnell. '
their daughter's wedding on This book is an effort to tell J 1
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.' October 29. the real story of an idol who I 7r

i was born to baseball greatness, !
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Cody were but who had to fight himselfto Department Store

1 in Gainsville Sunday visiting gain personal greatness. .
with Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cody Grace Steflik, ,
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I I Moody was accepted so.a new met last Thursday at the home 'morrow .Nov. 17 'across ,from the 'I

:' : &ac member. of Misses Emily and Flora Gage. |I pier in the Wickline building.Fred CONSERVATION NEWS

: fage,. ,1 I. The highlight of the meeting Vlrs. Bernie Wilson presided and ;
the Devotional was given by
I By Tilmon W. Robinson
was a feature entitled "Around Mrs. R. N. Hoover Schatz, U. S: servicemanand ., .
Continued trom Page 4 I I son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert /
The Clock in Basic Black. Mrs. The minutes were read by The Soil Conservation
Flagler
I I Massie, aSsisted by Mrs.'Jasper Miss Emily Gage and approved.rreasurers Schatz is here this month. He I District has been t
recently petietioned
FLAGLER, WOMAN'S CLUB report was given by was stationed in California until
.
The' 1 I White and using Mrs. Kester as Vlrs. F. Marks and approved. recently when he was transferred by two Flagler County I

S Flagler Woman's Club her model, gave a demonstration Miss Ruth Homans, Sec'y of I to a base in West Florida.. landowners, M. C. Stricklandand

,had a good, attendance last on how the' basic black dress Missionary Education gave a I Gladys Deen, for technical

> Wednesday for the business can. be transformed into the I report on progress being made I assistance in planning layout
r I I 1 In Latin America and Adlai Visitors last week with Rev. ,
meeting: with ,Mrs. Phillip Kes- proper dress for any occasionby Stevenson's recent visit there. and Mrs. R. N. Hoover were Mrs. I and supervision of construction

:"i. ter presiding.. The. Thanksgiving I simply'adding appropriate I.Mrs. Hoover stated that $;1.30 Beulah Hoover, Miss Ruth Brit- for a drainage canal which will

theme was used in decorations accessories. was collected in the recent tingham from Cham aign, Ill. I drain several thousand acres of

,.: and the hostesses were Mrs. There was a discussion on the UNICEF Drive which carried out r land in the southeast part of the

? Esther Heydt and Mrs. HelenI district meeting in DeLand on by the Sunday School children. Mrs. Sarah Dickinson and her county.
The was Ide by Mrs.
I I- Sindelar. November 10th, and final plans? program I houseguest Mrs. Charlotte Durof-
\ were made' for 12 members to Harry Treadwell and Mrs. Myrtle chalk, returned this week froma

During the opening,, :the' devotional attend. Streeter xead the Scrip ure. The I twelve hundred ,mile trip around SEC Technicians have been I
", program was on the World the southern of the
part the week with
busy during past
\ Mrs.: V. t
was given by
The fun table prize was won Council of Churches. Final arrangements state. They went to the west

\ W Haines. Mrs. Kester received by Mrs. May<:Hendren and the were made for the I.coast stopping over at Naples, engineering levels for drainage j

\.,. various committee reports and door prize was won by Mrs. R. Country Fair which will be to- Key West, St. Petersburg, Fort ditches on the farms of Milton \

returns from "Dollar Dividends"were' N. Hoover. Refreshments'were Lauderdale, Eau Gallie and Pellicer, :Mike and Lewis Steflik t!

Harold Jenison Beach. and W. \V. Deen.
by 'Mrs. Mas1
given .served at the..conclusion by Mrs.

I sle, Mrs. Clarence Shultz, Mrs. Heydt 'and Mrs.-*Sindelar.Ed I State Chamber
Rev. and Mrs. Lester Stanton
'Stratton Norcross and Mrs. I BIG TRENCH IN OCEAN
:Mrs. D. from Riveria Beach, Fla., spent
Streeter. D.
Myrtle Gary, Jr., is ,now attending I Says Cattle Shift last Friday and Saturday here
The Trench which lies
Robert E. Lee Japan ,
High School in visiting with Rev. and Mrs. R.

Jacksonville and N. Hsover. off the southeast coast of Japan, I
I comes home on I
RCA VICTOR weekends. % I Seen In CountiesIncreasing is deep enough to hold six ,

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LIVING COLOR TV ""AUUU UU.,7 JI& U"VI u.u;; a.&VU&-
I for : Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Williamson
competition
"LOOK FOR TilE PICTURE WSCS MEETING I i of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil er. The underwater furrow
IN TilE WIN DO'''" land in Florida for agricultural, :are the houseguests of her marks the apparent spanning

Southern Radio & Television I Twenty-eight members of the industrial and urban purposes i brother and sister-in-law Mr. and ground of earthquakes that

226 E. Granada ORMOND Ph. OR 7-2001 I Women's Society of Christian shows up markedly in shifts of II I Mrs. Phillip Kester, Flagler shake the islands four times in .
Service of the Methodist Beach. The Williamsons
Church cattle numbers in various coun- I entertained i
I an day.
as their guest during the average
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ties during the past five years I,weekend Mr. A. Vior from Ar- I
Chamber of I IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE
the Florida State t I
gentina. They willleave'wednes-I
r SEVENTh JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF
IHSURE-Stay Insured & Rest Assured I points out in a' release. i day for an THE !STATE OF FLORIDA. {

"1 "' "Fifty Florida counties had !i trip throughout the United IX.AXD FLORIDA.FOil FLAGLKR IX ChANCERY COUXTY. I
I : States and will here for :
of I return X O. 4364 I
10,00 or more head cattle I
GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM I the Christmas Holidays. THOMAS J. HUMPHREY. I
beef, and dairy together, in 1954 i Plaintiff,

and accounted for virtually all IX TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF vs. I
FLORENCE PARKER HUMPHREY
I AGENCY state's cattle populationat II I FL.AGLKH COUNTY FLORIDA, Defendant.
S H. T. COOK of the IX CIIAXCKRY: 4374 ACTIOX FOR DIVORCK I
that time. Polk's count of LOUIS MALDONADO.Plaintiff NOTICE TO DKFKXD SUIT
TN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF
I Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida 122,000 led. By 1959, this num- i RUTH vs. FLORIDA:

: ber of counties had dropped to MALDONADO.Defendant.. TO FLORENCE: PARKER HUMPHREY

.. 45. During the intereval, 26 of XOTICE TO DEI<''' XD East Seventh Street.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
Hopklnsville. Kentucky.
these counties gained in num- RUTH MALDONADO I!: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
and Address UnknownYou a complaint, seeking a divorce,
bers of milk producing cows
SUPER are hereby notified that a
FLOOR has been filed in this Court, againstyou
( 8 counties increased their beef suit has been filed against you in and you are hereby requiredto
REVOLUTIOHAK I the above entitled cause; and you file your answer or other de-
HEAT OUTLETS cattle numbers significantly. are hereby required to file your an- fence to said suit in the Office of I
"BIggest 'shifts in dairy cattle swer with the Clerk of this Court. the Clerk of the Circuit Court of ,
and to serve a ,copy thereof upon Flagler County, Florida. at the
011I sl/es.1 were to areas standing off from the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, Flagler County Court House in
Okeechobee whose name and address is: Bunnell, Florida on or before the 1
urban development. 'v. Cecil Grant 27th day of November. 1961 and
County gained 7,900 head of 407% Main Street. to serve a copy thereon on the
Daytona Beach, Floridanot plaJntifrs attorney. C. Winston
milk cows, western Palm Beach later than December 15th A. D. Smith P. O. Box 126. 105 Magnolia

.... 6,900; eastern Hillsborough 4,400; 1961.If fall to do decree Street. New Smyrna Beach. Florida. 1
;\ . .. you so pro If you fail to do so. judgment by
I 4c eastern Manatee 3400; ; Martin confesso will be entered againstyou I default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded in the for the relief sought in the com (
: 2,200 and Polk and Highlands bill of complaint. /The nature of plaint.
&f said suit being for divorce. This notice shall be publishedonce i
1,900 each. In most cases, near- WITNESS hand and seal of
my each week for four (4) con- ,
4 iy iE : by counties dropped. However, said Court this 9th day of Novem- secutive weeks in The Flagler Tri
ber A. D. 1961. bune.
the net result was a gain of (Olficial Seal E. A. SMYTHE DONE AND ORDERED at Bun I
21,400 milk producing cows for Clerk of said Circuit Court nell. the County Seat of Flagler
Nov. 16-23-30 & Dec. 7-4tc County Florida, on this the 20th
1 the state as a whole during the day of October. A. D. 1961.
IX TilE ClKCriT COURT IX AXD (Circuit Court Seal)
I five years. FOIl FLACiLRR COUNTY: FLORIDA E. A. SMYTHE
; ___ "By 1959, the lead in cattle AT LAW XO. 8O5 Clerk of the Circuit Court In
: at
; VIRGINIA-CAROLINA CHEMICAL and for Flagler Countv. Florida
; numbers ,was taken over by COItI>OUATION. A corporation. Winston Smith. P.O. -Box 126.
Plaintiff 105 Magnolia St.. New Smyrna
Hillsborough County with a total I- vs. Beach. Fla., Attorney for the '
$ of 98,000 head, though it lost LAMAR HARRIS JR., Plaintiff.Oct. .
I Defendant.XOTICK 21) & Nov. 2-9-16-4tc
beef and added dairy cattle during OF SHERIFF'S !MALI
\ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I
REQUEST FOR BIDS
'' the five year span. Of the I that I. Homer W. Brooks. Sheriff Notice is hereby given that the
_________________ counties showing appreciable of Flagler County, Florida, under i Board of County Commissionerswill
..' f and by virtue of a writ of execution -, receive sealed bids until 9:00!
: p- : :+ gains in beef cattle, Osceola heretofore issued out of A. M.. December 4th A. D. 1961. in
increase of I the above entitled Court in the the office of the Clerk of the Circuit 1
stood first with
I an I above levied County
styled_ cause have Court in the Flagler ..
21,700 head; Hendry added 13- upon the following property. sitUate Court House. Bunnell for the following -
lying and being in Flagler :
200 Seminole 10,800; Glades 8, HOUGH
; County. Florida to-wit: GRKKX IMXK I.UMHRR-
500 and western Volusia 3,000.ThiS Lot 9. Block 124 Bunnell. XO. 2 OR 1I1'TTI.:It. SQUsARK-
: Florida as per plat on map KDGKD ANI SOUXD'
indicated trend may well thereof on file in the office of 25 pcs. 6" x 8"-12 ft.
the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof 20 pcs. 6" x 8"-14 ft.
::1 I fortell future expansion in the Flagler County. Florida. 15 pcs. 6" x 8'-16 ft.
less populated counties as the property of the above 10 pcs. 6" x 8'-20 ft.
north-I named defendant and that on the 4 pcs. 8" x 10"-r-16 ft.
'I central and western 11th day of December. 1961 between 6 pcs. 8" x 10"-20 ft.
I the legal hours of sale GREKX IMXK FLOORIXG-D2S
newSIEGLER "The state's beef cattle numbers J namely eleven o'clock 3" 6" 16 ft.
S the versatile, : in the fore- 5000 ft. X -
dropped by 171,000 from noon and two o'clock in the afternoon 1 5000 ft. 3" x 8"-16 ft.
:4 on said day at the northern Prices to be FOB Bunnell delivery -
I 1954 to 1959, as a 'result of forces front door of the Courthouse in as needed.
within the industry itself. more Bunnell, Flagler County. Florida. I The Board reserves the tight to
I will offer for sale and sell at reject any and all bids.
than from pressure for land. One the highest bidder for cash in Dated at Bunnell Florida. this
4' : \ III hapd. the above described property 13th day of November. A. D. 1961.
Mark of the strongest of these factorsis as the property of said defendantto Alfred R. Tucker. Chairman.
the up-grading of herds and satisfy said execution. Attest: E. A. Smythe. Clerk
HOMER ,v. BROOKS Sheriff Board of County Commissioners -
weeding out of unimproved: cat Flagler County. FloridaBy of Flagler County.r .
:: SYSTEMNew L Homer W. Brooks Florida. ,
GAS HEATING tle, a decided step forward. Sov. 9-16-23-3o--ttc 11-16-2tc

"Latest ,figures on the cattle -- -- --- ---- --
NOTICE OF 1'UHLIC ilEA lUNG OX COUNTY MUDGKT
population for the state, without I Pursuant to the. provisions of Section 129.06 Florida Statutes. no-
tice is hereby given that a public hearing 'shall be held by the Board
a county breakdown, are of County Commissioners of Flagler County Florida on December 4.
heating comfort dated January '1, 1961. when U. S. 1961. at the hour of 9:00 A. M. In the Flagler County Court House.
Bunnell. in connection with the following budget amendments requested -
for homes, restaurants, offices, shops, anywhere! I Department of Agriculture esti- by Comptroller's Office of the State of Florida. Tallahassee.
installation. mates placed Florida's total Florida for the fiscal period ending September 30. 1962: .
., Furnace comfort without costly Stand GENERAL PUNt nEC"II'TTotal $
S it flush to wall or recess it. Pours heat out front and t count at 1,596,000 head of which Estimated Receipts. and Balances: as per .
Original Budget "'__.._...._.___ 200497.00
,. can be piped to rooms at side or back. 1,252,000 were. classed as beef Transfer to fine & Forfeiture Fund: Sheriffs Fees ." 45000.00
"

New selector cattle. Amended Total' Receipts and Balances _._:..__.__ 1155.497.00
< season .
.EPENIITtTItRSTotal
C.KXK.RAL KUXD -
: Operates on low fire on mild days, high fire in cold t Estimated Expenditures of Original Budge 200497.00.
Fund 316 balarleg. -
Transferred to Fine & Forfeiture :
weather. Perfect automatic heating on less fuel and Assishnts.Ut,900.00!
;; ... '" I 364 Sheriffs Sheriff.expenses Deputies other than salaries -.._......_ 15.100.00Total _

New trim styling 4.000.00:

looks built-in. Vent hides the flue.
Always cover .
-Amended' .. 155497.00
Expenditure -- ----
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Finished in 2-tone cordovan and 1>eige.. $ FINE FORFEITURE PINt RKCKHTS! "
-- :. and Balances of Original .
Total Estimated Receipts
0 .. ,.. ,: .'_ Budget __--._-- -.--.--'._-._.- %0.768.':
: 144 Traiysfer Sheriffs Fine & Forfeiture from General .
____..._ .." .. 45,000.00'
Fund ---- - --------

on display now at f, Total. Amended Receipts _.... ,.___ $ C5.768.75. .
FINE ANT FORFEITURE PUSh KXPKXOITURES. !
Prompt Service Total Estimated Expenditures of Original Budget $ 20.7M.75
US 31S Salaries Sheriff. Deputies and Assistants _.-:-. 29.900.00
YOUR WITH
ORDER
T J _PLACE 364 Sheriff Expenses other than salaries ___ 15.100.00

f, FLAGLER.... :HARDWARE, The .F1g Tribune Total AmeuSed'Expenditures __ ___ $ CS.1U.T5 .
OF COUNTY COMMIB-
ATTEST: BOARD
;: PHONE ID 7-3191' ,,; -I Phone IDtcwood 7-3362 E. A. SMYTHE .... SIGNERS OF FLAGLER COUNTY.
: Clerk of the Circuit Court: Flagler.County Alfred R. Tucker. -chalrmaa'NOTember

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CornerContinued and entered the St Johns Conference I[king; Bernadine Stanish, queen. Stanish, Margaret Peavy, .Charlotte last 15 years., But I can say one
Sports : and have lost 8 games I I I Five, years ago-Herbert -Rodgers Spivey ,Beverly Rodgers, thing,' that Hastings didn't play !
and won none. They arecoach-j I: king; Glynnola. Kinard, Fern Allen, Polly Forson, Ronnie any team all season as tough :
( !rom 'page 2) ed by Mike Burdges. !:queen. Rutherford. > as our boys.

BULLDOGS FINISH SEASON The game will be highlightedby I Cheer Leaders Every,boy that played in that
of the Fifteen ago-C... J. Mu. Just ,Browsing
WITH KEYSTONE HEIGHTS crowning HomecomingKing years ( game played not 99.5 per cent ,
.. and Queen at halftime.j[zyka, Betty,Berry, Kathryn Ham. Well we stumbled in Hastings but 100 per cent of hard foot. ;
Bunnell Bulldogs homecominggame Also on the homecoming schedule -!!,ilton.j "r and lost number two. I did heara ball. I know one thing, the :
with Keystone Heights is the appearance, of members j[I Ten years ago Capt. Sandy' lot' about the Spudsters team Spudsters will always remember i
will be Wednesday evening November I attending the class of reunion },McNab; C .Capt. Betty Gowen; and how good they were. And that,game as .the toughest they I
22, at 8 o'clock. j I of 1951.Homecoming ;Mary Gowen, Catherine Peavy, what I did see of Brumbley'sboys played in 1961. My 'Bulldogs, !
I keystone moved into 11.man j I Kings and Queens i Bernadine. Stanish. I would say that it was let's get those Ramblers next.
,f. football on a full scale this fall' Ten years ago-J. I. Sheffield,! Five years ago-Celestine one of his best teams in theM See you all in Callahan.. I
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"MARIE: MUZYKA [says John V. Watkins, UniverS- 'I cover may give a small plant I II J One hour of farm labor pro-'I I '
ATTENDING ity of Florida horticulture pro- i the same protection as a duces four times as much farm .jI j
SEMINAR fessor. But during the sudden house. Oil heaters can green-I produce for food as in 1920. I t
cold wave following a prolonged to warm larger plants Surplus HousesR. '
Marie Muzyka is attending
warm period some plants needa by giant-sized sheets of build
Clerical Seminar of the Florida 1'
helping hand. er's plastic.On .
State Board of Health in Jack- .R. Section Houses, moved to
Usually this involves puttinga I I
sonville today and tomorrow. an icy night heat is vital your lot. $100 down. Balance
blanket around the
plants, or,
Miss Muzyka is in the clerical supplying heat. Plants' are covered I and not smoke, in spite of a I i like rent. Located in Espanola -
department of the Flagler County to slow down the rate at popular misconception. So, it. is Dupont, Moultrie, East

Health Department.ljaJ. which the heat already in the a waste of time burning a pile I Palatka.

plant is lost by radiation.On of leaves to smoke up the FREEPORT SALVAGE CO.

a still, clear night in win- borhood unless you neigh-I I .1 i 3422 Old Kings Road ....

t nfHr 1.d?lo4iLIz ter, heat is radiated into space vised a way to produce more ; Jacksonville, Florida
; I by soil and plants. Their temperatures heat ,than smoke. I I :

(By Hervey Shorpo) fall. If they reach the, The first line of defense in
freezing point' or below, froston guarding against cold injury is I I L.'I
Don't let your prized garden
boards, straw bare
ground
to plant only those trees and I
beauties get goose-pimples from and" even on plant leaves. The shrubs that are completely TV SERVICE
chilling winds. So plan now to ,
air temperature may be well hardy in your locality. This
protect tender plants against above 32 degrees, but the leaf doesn't mean that you should ALL MAKES

Jack Frost. may still have frost if it is losing not grow tender plants, but Agent For
Some tender young beautiesin l heat rapidly by radiation. such plants, should not be the
shorts claim warmth from a I I RCA & PHILCOTUBES
framework of the garden.
mink stole. But plants aren't, In this case the frost damageis
talking. They need more of the I mostly mechanical. That is, Regard the less hardy orna & ANTENNAS SOLD
anatomy covered because their sharp sided ice crystals that!mentals for their beauty, and AND INSTALLED

lower limbs are subject to freez- form inside the leaves and ten II don't plant them in a spot that TUBES TESTED FREETVBob
ing. ,der plant stems pucture cell will leave a serious hole in the 'I I I
walls of plant tissue, causing 'II
Instead of collecting fur pieces, garden composition when a hard
check around the neighborhood death to that portion of the freeze inevitably kills them to I I

:for more practical materials. plant., the "ground. I I

These include Wood, cloth, pa- If cold air drifting down from !I FLAGLER BEACH
The second line of defense
jper, Spanish moss, pine straw I Yankeeland is already below I I PHONE HE 9-2204
and plastics. freezing, ft 'quIckly absorbs the against cold injury is to have
Earth is also valuable when heat from the ornamentals and I I plant tissue(as fully mature as II

banking'young citrus trees from.a is likely to kill the less hardy possible when freezing tempera I ,

freeze. But with the high cost plants to the ground.We tures occur. I I
CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
of real estate, the neighbors natives 'call this a hard The problem in Florida is that ,
will prefer. that you use your freeze; while Chamber of 'Com so many 'plants from warmer I
town>> soil. merce employees soften the termto regions fall to stop growing so H. CRAIG. Funeral Director

If you cover shrubs with plas- "unusual cold wave." I I as to stature their tissue during, JOHN HARDIN Associate
tic bags be sure to set them Covering plants during a hard mild autumn and winter.If AIR OXYGEN
free shortly after 'Ole Sol melts freeze is not very effective unless you ever find a surefire I I LADY
CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
the frost. Otherwise a prized or- you can prevent the icy way to produce dormancy In ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
namental may be stewed in its wind from coming in contact i plants ahead of every freeze,
own juice inside this collectorof with the plant. I then shout it from the rooftop,
Phone ID 7-3532
sun rays. During a cold, windy night, 'I because it will be the discovery

Frost has no terrors in gardens a light bulb under an airtight iof i the century .for gardeners. 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA .
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iona Beach, Florida. 7-20-TF \J V new Chevy-GMDiesels.,new High Torque 409 V8. And a ,
BUILT TO KEEP WORKING AND WORKING AND. WORKING AND new choice of six-cylinder savings In light-duty models. "
Ocean .
housekeeping apart- SAVING SIXES. If you've a job for a six, Chevy hasa
ments, 1 and 2 bedrooms com- six for your job! The famed High Torque 235 Six,
pete with linens and all utilities. for instance. Or the High Torque 261 Six, this year .

Sun deck, fishing, swimming, __._ L. '-= Iff available for.the first time in light-duty models
loafing. Day, week or month. '. W EAGER EIGHTS. Four of'em,including a brand-new .

Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach WORKING AND WORKING AND WORKING AND WORKING AND High Torque 327 V8, and the mighty new 409 V8. .
HE 9.2082 7-6tf DURABLE DIESELS. New Chevrolet-GM 4-53's and ;

FOR RENT-Unfurnished large 6V-53's are compact and rugged, and are backed
2-bedroom 'I by years of GM Diesel experience.NEW .
garage apartment.Call "
HE 9-2318, or see Zeke 01 rig, DESIGN-NEW MODELS. New work stylingpermits '
Chaffee. 11-17-tf drivers to see the road as much as 10 Ji feet
WORKING AND WORKING AND. WORKING AND WORKING AND closer to the truck. Chevrolet's proved Independent
FOR RENT furnished 2 bedroom Front Suspension gives you a smoother riding, harder
j one bath house, Daytona Ave., working, longer lasting truck. Three work-proved

Flagler Beach. Completely ren- III-I_ 1 Corvair 95's add rear-engine traction and maneuvera-
ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys -- bility to the light-duty field. A total of 203 models '
can be picked up at Sullivan's in all. See.your Chevrolet dealer. opttxui.t.""cosI

Gulf Station. Nov 10-tf WORKING AND WORKING AND WORKING AND WORKING AND WORKING AND WORKING AND WORKING AND WORKING! "
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