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 23, 1961
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00255
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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Local GirlsParticipate :THANKSGIVING 'i Homecoming BETA CLUB iW olijan's Club


In METHODIST CHURCH I Festivities Was MEETING SATURDAYThe !Plans Carnival for

Beta Club of Bunnell
A special Thanksgiving. serve I
I High School was' represented at
I November 25th
ice will be held atthe First
' Ormond ContestMiss Very ColorfulThe the District Six Beta Club meet
I Methodist Church tonight at
: ing in Callahan Saturday. Mary. The Flagler Woman's Club
17:30, Rev. W. L. Spicer, Jr., said
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JoAnn Morris and Miss ''today.. Bunnell High School's Susan Brannam is the District !will hold a called meeting Saturday

Barbara Smythe of Bunnell are i The public is invited to at- Homecoming Celebration got un, i vice president ad also presidentof November 25, at the
contestants in the "Miss Birth j I tend this service. derway Tuesday evening with the local club. Clubhouse to make plans for a
place of Speed" contest in Or Christmas Carnival to be held
the snake dance through the Connie
S The District Conference of the Others going were I
,mond Beach this weekend. f t : |,on December 2nd, the president,
DeLand District will be held in downtown streets, ending at a Shields and Elaine Deen. They
The contest will be held in 'Isla Kester said .today
St. November 29 I football field where a pep rally were accompanied there by
Augustine on
the Corbin School at 8:30 Fri I I i The club plans to hold the
and bonfire was staged. their Clifford McGriff.
9 A.M. to 3 P.M:. Attendjing sponsor
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day night. Miss Betty Jo Revelsof ednesday afternoon the ;,carnival in conjunction with local -
will include ministers, lay
Bunnell is the .present "Miss: I clubs participating. Various
Homecoming Parade began at
leaders church school .
) Birthplace of Speed" and she I| elected superintendents and 2:45. Beginning, the gym' the ating class were: Betty Muzyka I booths will be sponsored by lo-
delegates, '
will crown the winner in the r parade .went down Palm Ave. Hawkins, Millie Ann Conway, cal clubs. Sandwiches, a spa-
the of the WSCS
president as I !
contest. Margaret Ann Chambers White, ghettl or beef stew dinner will
I well as members of the churches I to U.S. Highway 1, followingthe .
The contest is part of the u in the District. \ highway to Moody Blvd Betty Lucille Alligood Miller, be served at 5 o'clock. The carnival -

three-day Birthplace of Speed !:and returning to the gym. Betty Jean Hunter Deen, Arnold will run from 11 A.MM. to

Celebration which is sponsored IAttends j I At 8 o'clock the Bunnell-Key- McCraney, Louis ? Joseph Trad, 8 P. M.

by the Ormond Beach Elks League i!stone Heights football game be. Robert Dixon Kendall, Leroy Albert j The welfare committee of the

,I/ Club. There will also be an ''gan. Following the game, the Anderson, Joseph Erwin,club has prepared Thanksgiving
Antique Car Show. About 100 Meeting in Orange I'I'Homecoming Dance was held at White, Jewell Vincent Peavy ,baskets for the needy it was

owners of antique cars have I i the Bunnell Community Center. Owen C. Shelton, Dalton Hoke stated.

registered for the event. City Thursday The Junior Class was sponsorfor Cobb, Gayle Mercer, and Edgar I
The Gas Light Parade will be I the homecoming celebration. ,Anthony Bielejeski.First .
held prior to the Beauty Pageantand Representatives of Bunnell I During the halftime, the place float winner in the VFW AUXILIARY

.selection of the Queen. I- 'Homecoming King, Mike McMil parade was the Junior Class. [,,POSTPONES MEETING

lan and Queen' Susan Jane Their float was a large Bulldog
AMERICAN LEGION -: Deen, were presented and holding a large mallet to hita i J I The Auxiliary, of VFW Post

CHRISTMAS PARTYThe [Thursday night: !'crowned. They were selected I set of scales The theme was I 5213 has postponed its meeting
from the Senior Class candidateswho ,"Knock Em Out Bulldogs." scheduled for tonight, Mrs.
American Legion Post 115 From Bunnell were: Mayor I j
I David Cook, Terry The eighth grade float was a
were: !
will hold a meeting on Monday and Mrs. Levi Brannam, and Ernest Taylor said today. A
I:Sheffield, Mike McMillan, Grace small car decorated as a Bug
evening, November 27 at the Commissioners C. B. Eisenbachand
[ I called meeting will be held la.
Community Center. I H. V. Peavy. Steflik, PeeWee Knight, Carol devouring a Keystone player. .
I Christopher Jerry Burnsed, and This was second place winner. ter.
Plans ..for Boys State program From Flagler Beach were: I
Susan Jane Deen. I .Seventh grade won third place I :Mrs. Taylor also said the Auxiliary -
next week and also the Christmas Mayor George Wickline and
The Class of 1951, who with large telephone with the ,
party will be made. The II Commissioner Leonard :Moody were I a will hold, a bake sale Saturday
I holding a reunion, were recog theme "Dial V For Victory." I I
members are also reminded it .and City Clerk Rudolph Peter- morning downtown. They I
nized, and introduced during the I. The Sophomore Class received
is time .to renew membershipsfor I son. Mr. Peterson is president J J10f halftime show. honorabje,jnention,._ with. .Jthe.:wiH _havefjuit cake..and ,homemade -r' I
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These are- y the" symbols of,;nation: Roger Williams to' Rhode1Island For it was a country that I,I wealth bred new dangers and I liarly American holiday we call

Thanksgiving. These .are the the Quakers to Pennsylvania beckoned the brave and laughed the need for defense against Thanksgiving. These are the

symbols of America on, her]'I the Catholics to Maryland at the weak... a land that I I!'them: tyrant in a hundred j I I symbols of American freedom.

mighty, ceaseless quest for Wesleyans to Georgia placed great premium on courage :'guises who sought to make the:,Of inspiration and its attain I

greatness and for Freedom.Bible..Turkey..Axe. I'the Jews to Newport and and skill...a wildnerness rewards of-other men's labor his .ment; of its rich reward. and

Charleston, the. Mormons to. I waiting' to be reclaimed only by''own. And so the riglt to keep Its price. These are our -hallmarks .I

... and Utah. I strength and by steel. By the :and bear arms became fundamental the tokens of our creed !

Gun. They were well-known to The wild turkey's forbidding axe and the plow and the steel to the American. .The and destiny, the things we stand !

the Pilgrim Fathers. For the 1 countenance and incredibly tender I Trail; the locomotive the tractor 'steel of his tools and of his for: Faith in God. Zeal and I

Bible led them to this strange flesh seemed from' the start 'the machine. < 'weapons alike.,haye: always:.reflected achievement. The pot of gold at !

and lonely land..as the Wordof 1 to symbolize the Country. they And always with" the.. meri. :. .the bright metal, p'f.$ his rainbow's end. Abiding love of

God and the need for the found; a countrywhose.:stern can went the gun. For as the I town.spirit. ,; country.The '

freedom to worship Him were I i and forbidding forests tumbled silent wilderness had concealedthe i .

to lead other thousands,In;' their I I mountains and endless plains threat of savage and serpent -i These are the symbols "of the Bible. The Axe. The

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. PAGE ,FOUR THE FLAGLER 'mmUNE. BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday, Nov. '23, 1961
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I''CONSUVATION THE BOOK NOOKALL surroundings. Gretchen was a
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: < I : I champion swimmer and she had
MY LOVE her heart set
on joining
By Tilman W. Robinson
:/\-lagler each I By Amelia Elizabeth Walden Swupper Club which is a swimming

Mrs. Tonkin's sixth grade Do you want a book that will I club. They swim by mu
LUNA BABBITT ';class enjoyed a conservationtour keep you interested until the sic. She didn't make the club
, .. Telephone HEmlock 9-2038 last Friday, conducted by last page? Well here is one. It on her first tryout.,

I I Soil Conservation Service Conservationist is about a girl's first year in Gretchen went to Brownell, a

P.-T. A. ANNOUNCEMENT FLAGLER BEACHMETHODIST I I T. W. Robinson. college and her problems of i boy's college, to a dance. She-

Mrs. Bob Whitney, member. CHURCH NOTES The tour covered the operationof growing up.Gretchen I met another boy named Chet
ship chairman of the Flagler The dedication service of the the Florida Forest Service in Miller went to college -1 Wilson which she liked as soon
Beach Parent-Teacher Associa. new building for the Flagler she had always wanted to as she saw him. She met Gary
.__ Flagler County, which was explained "
v tion, stated that the member- Beach Methodist Church was to the group by Mr. attend. She 'had a very hard Bishop, good looking and very
', ship drive would close before held last Sunday afternoon at G. B. Kelly. The children were time in adjusting to her new charming. If you want to know
the next business meeting which 2 o'clock. Rev. Reynold N. Hoover what happens next read the-
( thrilled at the opportunity to,
will be presented at that meet- pastor, ,was assisted in the book to see!
climb the fire tower and find Cabe, home room mother, accompanied -
ing.Mrs. I I ceremony by Bishop James Henley how the operator located forest the group. Mrs. Jack By Library Assistant
1 Jeanette Owens, president of the Florida Methodist Helen Minchew.
fires. DuPont was the bus driver..
has called an executive Conference.

board meeting for next Monday Bishop Henley was accom- The group also visited the
I evening, November 27, :iat 7:30 panied by Mrs. Henley and District Steflik Brothers ,farm west of
at the home of Mrs. Bob Whit I Superintendent Joseph Bunnell. Mr. Louis Steflik was ,

ney. : I Tone and Mrs. Tolle. Hymn on hand to tell of the ,farm operation ATTENTION ,

I j singing was led by the church and the conservation
ATTENDS 'hoir. The Masoni Lodge of measures taken to protect the
IN JACKSONVILLE 1 Bunnell had a good soil. -
\ Mrs Jim Wilson, Jr., and Mrs. I tion as well as the representa-I Following are the names of Attend the 7th District meeting on Sunday* .
t George McCort of Holly Hill accompanied -Scout troop which assisted in the sixth graders who went on November 26th at the Ormond Veterans Social -
Mrs. Raymond Smithto the ceremony. the tour: Club on Granada Ave. and learn what this

Jacksonville last Wednesday A group from this church accompanied James Akins, Kathy Anderson, Veterans of World War One Organization is

evening to attend a stork shower Rev. and Mrs. Hoover Lee Bourne, Darrell Britt, Sue doing for

honoring Mrs. Robert McCort. Monday to DeLand to attend the Broadaway, Sherry Cox, Huitt YOU I
I Also making the trip with them dedication and open house of DuPont, Sylvia Grogg, Jeanie
5 was Mrs. Wallace Weeks, accompanied the new DeLand District Parson- Harbert, Cynthia Harper, James

by her children ,and age which was conducted by Harper, Rutsy Improta, Dennis ,
i they remained until Sunday. Bishop, J. W. Henley. In the Jankowsky, John Jarosz, Walter (

group there were Mr. and Mrs. Kersey, Linda Knight. Jackie

CHURCH NOTES Rumdle and Mrs. Fred ;Marks. I Donald Moore, Tony Parker,.
The morning worship servicein The DeLand District Confer- ,Sharon Alice Patrick, Karen! A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director .

the Community Memorial ence to be held'in St. Augustinefrom 'Moody, Tina Pache, Buddy Phil. JOHN HARDIN. Associate
Church next Sunday morning at 9 until 3 on November 29 lips, Aura M. Robbins Carol I .
11 will be entitled 'The In- will be attended by Rev. and Smigielski, Kathryn Strickland, LADYATTENDANT
Dwelling Spirit and Our Mortal Mrs. Hoover and other church Clifford Weatherington, Bobby CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED

Bodies," according to Rev. R.W. members who have made reser Robinson, and Sharon Salyerds. I AMBULANCES
Dickert, pastor. Sunday school' vations. Henry Bowers, another sixth

begins at 10 A.M. and there are Sunday school is held each grader, was ill. Phone ID 7-3532

classes for all ages. Sunday at 9:30 and church serv- I Mrs. Viola Tonkins, sixth .1 201 E.. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
ice follows at 10:30: in the Wom teacher, and Mrs. Merland, Mc- .
; Mr. and, Mrs Henry Mae Cas- an's. Club building. There will ..,.

land from Chesire, Conn., stop be special music next Sunday :

ped over here during the week morning by the junior choir. r '
end visiting with friends. Mrs.

Casland will be remembered as Mr.. and Mrs. Bernie Wilson )- )

the daughter the late Mr. and and Howard Lerch are return 5' 4

Mrs. Van Ostrom. ing to their homes this weekend I ;

after a two weeks holiday in 1
Friends of Mrs. Peter Dzioba VermontMrs.
will regret to hear that she was

called to Cleveland, Ohio, on account Barbara Stryker is spend
of the death of. her father %
ing several days this week in y ;h
there last
Friday. Gainesville.Sgt. .
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Mrs. Alma Hunter arrived this I F < ,;
and Mrs. Thomas Clark II : ;
week from Chicago to spend the .:
and their three ,children, Scotty,
winter in her home here. I .
Denise and Chris, are spending T t F i6/rY < I

Thanksgiving here with her I i< 6 o *:. : < /
TV SERVICEALL parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
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MAKES from Laurel Bay Air. Base in ; -
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AND INSTALLED V. W. Haines, and her brother,

TUBES TESTED FREE George Wickline.

\ Mr. Visitor There's More Than Sand
Recent guests of Rev. andMrs. S : : '

TV BobFLAGLER R. N. Hoover were Mr. and .

Mrs. .Clifford Owens from West .
In Shoes !
BEACH Chicago. Mr. Owens is superin- ., :k
PHONE HE 9-2204 tendent of the elementary : .

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Not that there's- anything wrong with getting a little sand. in your shoes. In i.--.,,:' I',
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Dutch Girl" Drive In :- ;. While you're vacationing in our sunshine state, take a long look at the real .,.t.::#''?

HIGHWAY AlA FLAGLER BEACH S .. Florida. You'll find an energetic, growing state that. is rapidly attracting ., .,.:. '_

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Bunnell O. E. S. I '

I es Plans Memorial
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Service. November 28
The Bunnell Eastern Star
,Chapter Is planning a memorial
t : service for November 28,
I i Mrs Thomas Diamond said today r MO'I.EcooLiM' .
.- The service will be held
IDLEWOOD CLUB ANDERSON-GATLIN i in the Chapter Room x>f the Masonic I _
MAKES CHRISTMAS I Louise L. Anderson of DeLand'j i 'Temple. All members are
SEASON PLANS and Raymond Gatlin of Or !invited to attend this meeting.Mr. ; ".

Mrs. Kathryn Perryman was lando were married Sunday, November 'I (
hostess at the Idlewood Club 19, in Daytona Beach.
: ,and Mis. H. H. Corley of
meeting Tuesday: night at her Both are former residents of I \ p
Greenville, S. C, are spendingthe
East Lambert Ave. Bunnell.
home I holidays here with Mr. and
During the business session, Their only attendants were yiijr
:Mrs. W. E. Kudrna. They are
Ways and Means Committee, Nellie B. Teters, sister of the former residents of BunnelLMrs.
Wlnell Improto and Janice Murray bridegroom, and Clarence Bar-; YOU GET MORE AT SHELTON'S
announced plans for a bake cliff, both of Daytona Beach. Daisy Cook of Pansy, Alabama
sale on November 22; plans to Mr. and Mrs. Gatlin will reside -
is the guest of her son- I
hold a candy booth at the Wom in DeLand until the first E1iiI1
in-law and daughter, Mr. and "
an's Club Carnival; also plan. of the new year when they will Mrs. L. M. Whitaker. I I
ned for a rummage sale in May.I move to Orlando where Mr. I, Grade "A" Western Beef

They plan to hold the Christ Gatlin has resided for the past Friends of John Rader, Jr., of I I '
mas Party on December 23rd at eight years. Green Cove Springs will regret Round 79*
the home of Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeM. I I'b
to learn he wunderwent major .
Moody, Jr. The husbands ROYAL NEIGHBORSTO surgery at the St. Vincent Hospital Rib STEIK. '
will also be. invited. MEET MONDAYThe in Jacksonville Tuesday. I 'S
Mrs. Perryman served cake Royal Neighbors will(
Mr. Rader is in the pulpwood
and coffee tq 11 members who meet' on Monday night, November -I business in Flagler county.Buddy I Lean Tender Choice Cuts Only
27, at the home of Mrs.
were present.
I ...
''I :Mable Frank at 7:30. Mrs. Frank JIFFY STEAKS
West,.son of Mr. and ROAST
IDLEWOOD CLUB resides on North AlA, Flagler I CHUCK
Mrs. Lawrence West, has returned & r
MEMBERS ENJOY Beach. home from the Flagler Hospital ,
SOCIAL MEETING All members are invited to at VEAL CUTLETS
in St. Augustine where he 49ClOC
Members of the-Idlewood Club tend. underwent surgery last week. tb
'1 were guests of Virginia Moody
and Daisy Moody Friday after. CHARLES WESLEY BULLOCKMr. ea.
Mrs. Anderson is the former
'I noon ,for social get-together at : and Mrs. Harry E. Bullockof Penny Barditzky of Flagler
: Virginia's home, Flagler Beach. Bunnell are the parents of Beach. .
:, Favors and decorations in a son born November 10 at the
) keeping with the fall season Flagler Clinic and Hospital. He I II
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Moore
.c were used. I It I weighed eight pounds and three
t have had as their house guests
and 'has been given the Fancy
jounces Mrs. Moore's parents, Mr. and
., Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jarosz of Charles Wesley.
Mrs. E. T. Sawyer of Waynes-
and children returned to their I ville, N. C. RED GRAPES 2 Ibs. 35c
) home in Miami during the.MICHELE ANDERSON
weekend after spending a week Mr. and Mrs. Andy Andersonof
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Howell are
U.S. No. 1 Cooking
here at the John Jarosz home.II Atlanta, Ga., are the parentsof spending the holidays in Baxley Texas
I During the week they visited a daughter born November .
and Blackshere, Ga:, 'visIting CARROTS ONIONS
several days in Gainesville with 17 in an Atlanta hospital. She will
i with relatives. They also
l Mr. John Jarosz who is in the weighed seven pounds and one attend a family reunion there. tb bag lOc( 3 Ibs. 23c
I University Teaching Hospital punce and ,is given Jhe name .
receiving 'medical treatment. I of 'Michele. r (Continued on page 8)
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The letters from himself
are Santa =

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they are yours free of charge. The special child in your 'life Bubble Matey Bath Powder at and Shelton's this coupon Grocery !,

I. will be delighted and thrilled with proof there is a Santa Claus. Coupon void 11-25.61 Coupon void 1125.61


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I conference ley lost Molly players.Ricks Coach, leading Brad -I!'
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scorer of last year's, team and |

Pat Niesen. Also Sandy,Gumble __ I
I who moved from Bunnell. -- I II

Coach Bradley who has been FLORIDA AIRCONDITIONING {J Whatever The Occasion j

r putting ,her: girls through some CO. ', -Say It With Flowers

I By Leslie Pacha practice, has a veteran team,and. Of Daytona Inc I fromBlack's II III
some v e r d

CALLAHAN VICTORY when the game ended. I Knowing all the girls on the GENERAL SHEET :METAL I Flower Shop

DEDICATED: TO CANAKARIS 1 Bunnell ;14 7 6 0 team and their ability in playing "We're Proud of Our Work" I Phone ID 7-3348 I

.... Callahan '6006, I believe we have a good.330 Walker Holly Hill 'OR 7-6120 111 N. Forsythe Bunnell

,Bunnell Buldogs took the Scoring-Wilbur ,Sheffield, 6- I opportunity for doing a little

1 opening kickoff and with Bum- I yard line; Jerry Burnsed, 35-yard better this season. 'AUTO SERVICE FUEL OILKING'S

sed, Abbott, Ramsey and Sheffield .I run; Bebe Moody, 2-yard rush.' J I I see by the schedule we play McDANIEL'S TRUCK STOP '
in high gear, Sheffield Points after TE> McMillan 2 '
; the Baldwin Indians here December PHILLIPS
Service Station 66 GAS & OILS
went over for the first touchdown .,
Sheffield 1.
8, If we get by them
from the six.yArd line. I I STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS J. L. IRWIN, Prop.
Doug Farley, 15-yard run; we can take the conference. So
Sheffield scored the extra point, John Saul Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs Lubrfcatfon-Tires--Batteries
3-yard run. let's go girls. Let's give it ,all
to ahead 70. \ Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fuel
go Bunnell ID 7-7119
I we got. We can do it. Best of
SHEFFIELD I U.S. 1 N. Bunnell ID 7.3678
The Bulldogs with Flynn' Ed.!I luck for the coming season.

monson recovering a, fumble'I REMAINS INTACT Bunnell girls team for the Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION I GARDEN SHOPGray's

and Burnsed going 35 yards on I I I coming season are: ,
: Paul Kaiser, leading scorer
scored the secondTD. Guards: Beverly Cummins GULF TIRES & BATTERIES I Garden Center /
the :first play, in the St. Johns River Conference ; ,
Mike McMillan'made the Linda Reyels, Grace Steflik, Michele Open 7 A.M.-10 P.11.-1 Days Headquarter ler Gardening; Need.
one touchdown and
score ; !Ceramics Gifts. Dry ArrangementMaterials
extra point, making the score one point and ran his season Steflik, Gail Wadsworth, State&Lambert ITS 1-ID 7-7190 i iI I
and ,Lorraine I I I Annuals Fertilizers
140. Wyndham. Shrubbery -
total to 140. J. I. Sheffield who
Forwards Sue Colonial Service Station ; TORO LAWN MOWERS
: King, Sharon
The Ramblers who were key- scored 150 points in one season Townsend Alida Tucker, Barbara EARL E. RICE, ProprietorGAS.oILLUBRICATION 'I 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051'
still holds the record Jerry I I
ed up for this ,game and would Weaver:, Sheila Westbrook, ORMONDI
Burnsed scored two touchdownsto I
have liked to close out their
Heidi Eisenbach. MOTOR TUNE-UP -
run his record to 89
season with a win over the pre- season Probable lineup for the Green ;'GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES i I

season favorite of, the St. Johns points: Also Jerry went three Cove game Tuesday,' November, U.S. HIWAY 1 bUNNELL :I THAT FAMOUS PAINT
River Conference. The Bulldogs points over Cliff Sheffield's record I I
28 at 5:30 P.M.: i cExclusively: at
of 86 points scored in one ED'S. .
started to roll, and with Wayne I Forwards Westbrook, Weaver I
Kendree, big fullback, and Doug, season. Tucker or King. PURE OIL STATION $, FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE

Farley started out to roll for the: I Guards-Cummins or Revels, Specializing in Wash & Waxing 5225
Ramblers. Doug Farley broke Steflik G., Steflik,. M. Batteries-Accessories i i
{ Beach HE 9.2103
Kaiser Hast. 21 14 140
loose for a 15-yard touchdown, I MINOR REPAIRS Il I
their first TD. The Burnsed, Bun 14 5 89 (Continued '' l Ii>
scoring point on 'page 7) u.s. Hwy. 1-Bunnell-ID 7-3138
was wide. The Bulldogs, with Hunter, Hast. 6 18 54 i j Village HardwarCenter I

Sheffield picking up good yard Penny, Lopez 5 9 1 42 1-BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO I HOUSE PAINTS

Burrell, Hast. 6 0,0, 36 FREE 'PAINT '
age on his line drive, Mickey Match and mix any color

Ramsey broke loose for 35 yards McMillan, Bun 5 4 0 34M. One extra gallon of your choice BAR & COCKTAIL I Builder's Supplies KitchenworeI

Cook, Cal. 5 3 0 33 I GIFTS GREETING CARDS
and Jerry Burnsed on the next with each grallot' you buy ,. LOUNGE -

drive broke loose for ',35. yards I Coulard, C. City 5 '2 0 32 Mary Carter Paint Store DANCING FRIDAY &..SATURDAY i AlA Ormond -Beach CL 2.0420I

and a touchdown.< Abbott hit I FROM i I

Mike McMillan with a pass for HASTINGS CHAMPS Also Weatcate Shopping Center SUNDAY FROM 6 P.M. ,JEWELER
I OF CONFERENCEThe Ocean Blvd'AlA Flagler Beach
the extra point and the half
ended with the Bulldogs lead-,, Hastings Spudsters won BRENNAN Jewelers
ing 21.6.Bulldogs. the St. Johns River Conference I Community I 1I I Diamonds-Diamond Settingi
I Fine Jewelry and Gifts
championship by defeating Far-
Memorial ChurchInterdenominational
Ramblers ther Lopez 137. The Spudsters I Eddie & Mary Shultz Props. ; Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus .

14' First downs 9 finished the season with a 9-0 PACKAGE GOODS Watches .

145 Rushing yards 268 conference 'record while Lopez AIR CONDITIONED 9 a.m.-2 a.m-Sun.,1 p.m. 2 a.m..I I Watches -Jewelry-Clocks Repaired
8 8 Ocean Blvd-Flakier Beach I 60 E. Granada-ormond-oR 7-5056
passing yards
had a 6-1, and the Bulldogs Daytona Ave. I

5 passes attempted 6 should wind up with a 7-2 con FLAGLER BEACH I BETH'S SEASIDE fI I FURNITUREI
1 Passes 1
complete ,
ference record after the
game BAR & GRILL
Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
passes intcpt. 1 t I Ormond Bedding and
with Keystone Heights Wednesday I I t
3.35 punt 3.16 1, night. Church Service 11:00 A.M. I i Furniture Co.

1 Fumbles lost 3 R. W. DICKERT Pastor Substantial Discounts on All

4.35 Yds penalized 2.20 I I I: EVERYONE: WELCOME I 3 mI. N. of Flagler on AlA i I BEDSSOFASFURNITUREI
conf all games TP OP I $10 Tradein Covers Down Payment
At the second half the Ramblers I I Hastings 9-0 10.0 362 20 I Open 7 A.M.-II P.M. I I R. S. ROBENBERRY, ,Owner

came out and started play- Fr. Lopez 6-1 8.2. 197 33 BUILDING SUPPLIES I 69 Granada Ormond Den. OR 7-6411
I I I _
Ing a little ,rough until Coach Bunnell 7.2 8.2 228 64 I O. F. ALFORD --

Manuel had a little talk with i Baldwin 5.3 5.4 156 72 Registered WICKLINE PAINTS
the officials who gave the'|C. City 5-3 5.4 120 147 '
I'I Real Estate BrokerBunnell Building Supplies JERRY'S PAINT MARTPITISBURGH
Ramblers a little talk. The Callahan, ,, 4.5 5.5 142 134 I .
settled down and the I CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS ,
game St. Joseph 3-6 3-6 69 282 Florida

Bulldogs scored from the 2-yard :,iD; & B 1.7 2.7 102 222 ......AMAIWWWftMAMrtwSTHE I STEEL I Paints-Finishes

line with Bebe Moody going over I[i Taylor 0-8 0-8 34 254 I l-'lagier Beach HE 9.2254 Paint Sundries-Wallpaper

for the TD. The extra point was Keystone 0-9 0-9 21 302 OUTBOARDER 38 W. Granada-ormond
no good. i BOTTLE GASHARRIS ORange 7.0761
i Authorized Evinrude Dealer
The Ramblers with McKend- BUNNELL GIRLS OPEN I
ree and Farley putting on a i BASKETBALL SEASON t
Dockage Storage Free Ramp or BULK
drive and John' Saul went over NOVEMBER 28 AWAY WE FINANCE j EDGEMON ROOFING CO.
for their second TD. -The extra Miss Sarita Bradley, coach of 825 Ballough RdDaytonaPAL Manufacturers of
point was wide of the ,mark, the Bunnell girls basketball Cement Tile RoofingALL
PHONE ID 7-3551
The Bulldogs scored: on, a 40- team, which finished the sea- TYPES OF ROOFINGFast
PARKER'S. INC. Help Flagler County Grow
yard line drive but the play was son of 60-61 with a 7-3 record i Dependable Service

called back for backfield in mo- I and was runnerup' .. in the St Automotive Specialty Center I By Shopping at Home HWY. 1 N. ORMOND 1
tion. The Bulldogs lost the ball|Johns River Conference, also AND LABOR CONCRETE PRODUCTS ORange 7.5177, 7.1793 I II

on downs with the Ramblers.shad 'Grace Steflik, Sandy Gum- FORDCIIEVROLETPLYMONTIIoTIIERS .

taking over on the 3-yard line ble, and Sheila Westbrook, all 540 Mason Ave.$10.95 Daytona Your "Q" For ConcreteDial I RESTAURANT

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Bunnell High School Basketball Schedule 1961-62 I ORMOND PRESCRIPTION DAYTONA BEACH Lunches-Dinners-Sandwiches ,

Tues. Nov. 28 Green Cove Girls There 5:30 PHARMACYSick I Quillian's Concrete, Inc. OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY
152 W Granada Ormond Beach
Room SuppUes-Sundrfes -
Fri Dec 8 Baldwin Girls Here 7:30Tues.
Dee. 12 Pierson Boys and Girls Here 7:15 CLEANERS
Fri. Dec. 15''' Father Lopez 'and B Boys There 7:00 24-Hour Prescription Service i 146 S. Atlantic Ormond
Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt. BUNNELL CLEANERSWE
Tues. Dec. 19 Open .
AlA 1 mi. North of
Fri. Dec. 22 S1. Joseph A and B Boys There 7:00lri ORMOND BEACH-TeL OR 7-1661 GIVE TV STAMPS RIGHT ON THE BEACHShrimpSteakChopsChicken

J Jan 5 Crescent 'City A and B Boys Here 7:00 ... Open Dally S to C
Tues. Jan 9 FI.Il. :Mil'School A and B Boys' There 6:30 Phone ID 7-3188 Sandwiches and Shakes -
i I wlJr 3tlaglrr ulribunpUCIfTTELL. Sandwiches and Pies
Tues. Jan 9 Orange Park' Girls Here 7:00 115 N. Bay St. -, Bunnell
Fri. -Jan. 12 Fla. D & B Boys and Girls There 7:00Sat. ., FLORIDA
I Ocean Restaurant -
Jan ,13 Hastings t ". A and B Boys Here 7:00 STORES
AlA 1 Mile South of Pier
Tues. Jan 16 St. Augustine A and B Boys Here 7:00
MRS. M. B. FULLER. Editor | Moody's Pharmacy I'
Tues. Jan 16 Green Cove.Girls, Here .5:3d Used FurnitureUpholsteryJOE
I i Flagler County's Corner Drug Store
Fri. 1Jan' 19 S': Joseph A and B Boys Here.. 7:00 Designated Oflelal PnblleatUa

Tues. .Jan. 23 Pierson Boys and GirlS ; There 7:15 foe Public Xtlee *f Plaster i PRESCRIPTIONS WELLBORN

Fri. Jan..26 Oviedo Boys,"and Girls Here 7:00 CUMty Municipalities therel I I DRUGS-SUNDRIES Furniture & UpholsteryGOOD

Tues. Jan. 30 Fla. n. & B Boys arid Girls Here 7:00 and the State .( Florida I FOUNTAIN SERVICE USED FURNITURE 1 I

Fri Feb. 2 Crescent CitY A' and B Boys There 7:80 II 'BunnelL Fla. Phone ID 73661 New Bedding-Mattreas Renovating 1'1!

Sat. Feb. 3 Orange Park Girls 'F There 7:00 .Entered mm second class matte Furniture Up..latertaTradN

Feb. 8-910, Cons Tournament '_ .,_ 'bimarr,S.1913,at the po.t.Mee ELECTRIC SERVICE 1094 Flomlah! Holly Hill-CL, 3-2275 i

Tu z Feb. 13 Hastings A and B BoysThere- 7:00Fri 'ate Bannell. Florida, u4e act .! I PROMPT ELECTRIC SERVICE PUBLISHERS & PRINTERS

Feb. 16 Callahan ,A and B Boys There 7:00Sat. *
The Tribune
Feb. 17' ''Father Lopez A-and B Boys Here 7:00 o'- I RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL Flagler

Tu s. Feb. 20 'Fla. Mtl. School A-and B:Boys :Here 7:00 One .' tUG COMMERCIAL A MAINTENANCECALL Publishers Printers ;

Sat._Feb.. 24 HawthorneM1..., ,Boys- ,and Girls,_"" .Here"" .799.; t"-ttx .month6 '.-...-tUi I HUBERT PELLXCER ..Phone) IIL,7.3282. -
March 1.2.3 Group Tournament ID 7-3301 DAY ID7-3448 NIGHT

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tIJ. the butterflies will dangle their of his planting cost under the
q Ire t Planting Pines Cornerr
cocoons among the rails. ACP program, the forester adds.A .i! Sports
I landowner receive to .
(By Hervey Shcspe: ; ) Since 1880 grape growing has Provides, Profit can up I r
1 I eight dollars an acre for plant ( from page 6)

A grape arbor is not a novel I run the gauntlet of success to ing land, that does not require I '
failure to success. Now successis To Land Owners 1 BROWSING AT CALLAHAN:
idea, but it is.the answer to I I any advance preparation, and

gardeners who. have a yen for I on your side because University "Almost any Florida, landowner up to $24.75 an acre for completesite Well, we made it to Callahan..
of Florida researchers at
adding fruit in the back yard., I have ,can afford and investment ,in preparation and planting.I We who have been following'the. ;

An arbor constructed of notch. Leesburg developed two well stocked woodland," states Jensen notes that 40 percentof ': team .all season-and has. \

ed rosin-rich poles and decked I sure-growing grapes. They are Assistant Forester A. S. Jensen the wood used t 'in Florida mills II whittled down to a few. I 1
Lake Emerald and Blue Lake
with split rails will: add a home- of the Florida Agricultural Extension last year was imported from would have liked to see the l
The Emerald is
a cross
stead look to. your "acres." of grape. native known I Service. other states. Pine cut in the:Hastings team and Lopez play,
a grape as
Other direct products are eat- Pixiola and the cultivated Gol I He points out that seedlingsare state is running just about even but as I am a red blooded Bulldog -

out-of-the-hand, fruit and a cool den Muscat. available from the Florida with pine growth. J fan I wanted see how

arch of restful shade* during the Forest Service for the low cost "Florida has the capacity to]I we were going to play the r

summer. I The grape is not affected by of four dollars per thousand. grow two and a half to three;Ramblers. Were we going to

Properly built, the arbor will 'I dieback. This condition, caused Futher, of the 8.8 million acresof times as much wood as is!I I have"a let-down? To you who

become a living zoo. Mocking by a virus, is the reason for Florida pine land in need of actually being produced now,"II I did not make the trip I can say '

\ birds will use it as a platform most of the grape failures in planting* nearly four million he charges. "The market is Jour boys played ball. When I

for their songfests. Wrens will the past. acres do not require' any typeof growing rapidly. But Florida went; for the Ramblers' lineup

raise ,a brood there each spring The Emerald grape is ideal site preparation. Much of families are losing potential In-|those boys were saying let's

and the rusty-buck lizard will for home use. Its juice is sweet, this land is in small ownershipand come because of lack of properly j knock these guys over. They I

entertain you all year. If you aromatic, agreeable' in flavor could be planted by the stocked woodlands. were supposed to be the Champsthis

permit; the harmless black run- and light in color. Being highin I the landowner himself for nothing year.

snake will keep sugar, the fruit are fine for more than the cost of the
ner help you I Winter Grasses Coach Manuel got his boys
sweet juice processing. seedlings.:
the arbor free of insects with
i lin
his And Many soils in Florida readapted i The landowner in most cases a huddle and gave them a
if offered the proper privacy, to grape culture. In can -be repaid a. large portion,For Green LawnsMany I talk. He asked every boy on
the to out and
squad get
trials at the University's Sub- I go
i Station Florida homeowners this game and dedicate this win
Tropical Homestead,
RCA VICTORLIVING three old The Blue Lake is the most overseed their permanent grass to Ronnie Canakaris. Believe me
I a -year- Emerald vine
I with northern cool-season 1I
a ,
those went out and Cal.
COLOR TV 'produced 108 bunches of grapes recent grape stock developed by boys
grass to retain a green lawn
"LOOK FOR THE PICTURE weighing 23 pounds. Up to 40 the University researchers. It is lahandidn't have a chance.
1 IN TilE WINDOW during months. Each
a cross between a native Bailey boy played football.
pounds of fruit have been
Southern Radio & Television pro- When warm spring tempera
226 E. Granada- Ph. OR 7-2001 duced on a Lake Emerald vine and ,the Caco grape. Blue Lakeis tures return, the temporary I won't single out anyone as
ORMOND at Leesburg. a dark-colored bunch grape. there were some outstanding
strains of grass die out and the
i - --- The fruit have an aromatic, tackles and bocks, but I was
remain.At .
permanent grasses
I spicy flavor. The berries are watching all the boys and they

T INSURE-Stay Insured & Rest Assured fairly small, but are well adapted variety present of grass, the used most for common win I gave just a little more. I saw

to making fresh juice, pas- Ronnie after the game and his
is It
ter overseeding ryegrass. i
I teurized juice, jellies and pre eyes and face carried a look of

: ', GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM serves. The tangy grape aroma has achieved, its popularity be- f satisfaction. Ronnie, no one but
1 cause of its low cost per poundof
is retained in these products. you know what it meant but we
'seed and its fast rate of es- -
I This new grape is excellentfor I all missed you and won't see
H. T. COOK AGENCY tablishment.In .
the home gardener. However, tests last winter at the you play for the Bulldogs again.

the fruit must be processed im- But we will, some day see
t Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell Florida Florida Agricultural Station in I
mediately upon ripening. There- Gainesville fescue- play in college. Best of luck to
f bentgrasses,
fore, the grape is not a com a great athlete.
.t.... grasses and bluegrasses were I
mercial fruit.
,Used successfully for overseeding. IN Tim CIRCUIT COURT! OPFL.AGLKH
Blue Lake ripens from June I I COUNTY, FLORIDA,
*" through July. Mature fruit remains I\T CHANCERY NO. 421)2
I HIGH FUEL : Although these. grasses were WILLIAM T. REED
.. on the vine for only a more expensive per pound of Plaintiff vs.
short time and should har-
I' ;seed, compared to ryegrass, they RUTH REED
make vested without delay. The Defendant.
MIW 1i crop
you [were used at much lower rates NOTICE TO DEFEND
can usually: be harvested in two ,since the seed are much smaller., THE STATE RUTH REED OF FLORIDA TO:

;'. hit the ? pickings. I For example, 5 to 10 pounds I Address Unknown
GQiling There are a number of other You are hereby notified that a
: I Ii I of ryegrass seed were necessaryto suit has been filed against you in
that well in Flor-
grapes grow feet. the above entitled cause; and you
overseed 1,000
ida. For of the square are hereby required to file your answer -
ii CEILING HOT WHEN YOU many Only 2 to 5 pounds of fescue with the Clerk of this Court,
I Munson hybrids in combinationwith and to serve a copy thereof upon
i HIT IT THEN YOU HAVE per 1,000 square feet were need- the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
Florida wild species have whose name and address is:
ed and of
AN ORDINARY HEATER! pound bentgrasswas Maurice Wagner
II made, long-lived acclimated
: sufficient. 216 South Palmetto Avenue
j ,
rootstock. Some combinationsyou Daytona Beach Florida
'Seeding rate for bluegrass was not later than December 21st, A. D.
make like '
to try are native 1961.
1 to 2 pounds 1,000
per square
If fail to do decree
stock with such grapes as you so pro
feet. A mixture of ryegrass and confesso will be entered againstyou
i Edna, Mercidel, Munson, Fern for the relief demanded in the
? k I" fescue or bluegrass is some- bill of complaint. The nature of .
: Marguerite and Arm-
I 1 ., times used for overseeding.IN said being for divorce.
J laga. WITNESS my hand and seal of
: I said Court this 17th day of. No-
zL I The grape planting project is TUB CIRCUIT COURT IN AND vember A. D. 1961.
I ri only a suggestion. If the old-
AT LAN NO. fcOSVIRGINIACAROLINA Clerk of said Circuit Court
t 'I fashioned'arbor idea does not CHEMICAL, Nov. 23-30 & Dec. 7-14-4tc
CORPORATION, A corporation.
suit your fancy, then there; area I Plaintiff, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF

L, number of trellis methods for vs. FLAGL.ER COUNTY. FLORIDA.

holding up the fruiting vines. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S Defendant.SALE LOUIS MALDONADO.Plaintiff..

Toy with the idea of growing NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
I I.that I. Homer W. Brooks. Sheriffof RUTH MALDONAII,. .
your own beverage. Take 'a
I I Flagler County, Florida, under Defendant.
> month or so to make the' decision and by virtue of a writ of execution NOTICE TO DEFEND

t because the grape plant the above heretofore entitled issued Court out in the of THE STATE RUTH MALDONADO OF FLORIDA TO:

season is from December to abqve styled cause have levied Address Unknown
upon following
property situate You are hereby notified that
:March. While making up your I lying and being in Flagler suit has been. filed against you In a

mind, ask' your county agent County.Lot Florida 9. Block to-wit 124. :Bunnell the hereby above' entitled cause; and you
are required to file
your answer -
.. cf for Circular Florida, as' per plat on map with the Clerk
S-120 "Blue Lake of this Court
thereof file
f on in the office of and to serve a thereof
A New Bunch the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof copy upon
T I Grape for Florida the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
Flagler County. Florida.
whose name and address
Home Gardeners. as the property of ,the above W. Cecil Grant :
If you decide on planting the named defendant and that on the 407% :!Main Street
11th day.of
: December. 1961. between Daytona Beach. Floridanot
.:;, Blue Lake or the Lake Emerald, namely the eleven legal o'clock hours in the of fore-sale, 1961.later than December 15th. A. D.

secure the planting stock from noon and two o'clock in the afternoon -
If you fall to do decree
J 1 your local nurseryman. If he on door said of day at the northern confesso will be entered againstyou
!front the Courthouse inIsunneil
for the relief demanded in the
i ;'..GI does not 'have the stock avail- Flagler County Florida. bill of complaint. The nature -of ..

I ,,'.;.,.., able, write-. Watermelon and ':I thehighest.will offer. for bidder sale for and cash sell at in said suit being for divorce..
my and seal of
. I Grape Investigation Lab hand the above described property. said Court this 9th
. ratory, day of Novem-
.- as the
< property of said defendant ,
A. D. 1961.
Box 321, Leesburg, Florida, for I to satisfy said execution. I (Official Seal E. A. SMYTHE

t iUEG! never waste addresses of nurserymen ;who HOMER Flagler County W. BROOKS, Florida Sheriff I Nov. 16-23-30 Clerk of& said Dec.Circuit 7-4tc Court

\ I .. ', .E'FI"' heat on the sell the grape planting stocks. I Nov.By 9-16-23-3o-ttc Homer W.: Brooks I REQUEST FOR HID

I &'OIL' < HOME. i HEATERS: ceiling or out N'.....--.!'...!'.....!'...!'.-.-.-...........-...--.-.-...................ta......-..l'.l'If.wfj- Board Notice of is County hereby given Commissioners that the
_, '' tr,
:- I :" ;': the chimneyI ( will receive sealed bids until 9:00
:, $.> ', .. .. ,',:. ...,: FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT A.M.. December 4th. A. D. 1961 In
the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
f "" // pays for Itself with the fuel It..saves! cuit Court In the Flapler County
I <* AMBULANCE Court House. Bunnell, for the following -
-: '!" 'l : We don't blame you (hitting the ceiling if you continually SERVICE 41625lST. NO. 2 EDGED OR BETTER AND HOUND SQUARE-

V* ,:> pay for heat you don't get! The new SIEGLER AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA 25 pea. 6x E'-12 ft.
20 pcs. 6r 8--14 ft.
r ,;-jC Oil Home Heater wrings the heat'out of every drop of 15 pcs. 6" x 8"-IS ft.

.{"-,, oil, then pours it out over your floor.With a SIEGLER, Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We 10 4 pcs.pcs. 8-6"x x 10"."--20 IS ft.ft.

: ,t, you get the comfort miracle of SUPER FLOOR HEAT are always at your service_with promptness, safety arid Spes. 8" 'x 10"-20 ft.

I :; -? Z.i. :, no overheated ceilings and low, low fuel bills.,So don't GREEN 5000 PINE ft. 3"FLOORING X '"-16 ft.-D2S

-' :) hit the ceiling.. .hit your Siegler dealer for a hot 5000 ft. 3" x 8" IS ft.

:, '. :f'r' demonstration! Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and _Inhalator Prices as to needed.be FOB Bunnell delivery -

t The Board reserves the right to

r FLAGLER HARDWARE: 13th. day of November. A.D.' 1981.
. P. E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral Director Alfred R. Tucker. Chairman.
"I Attest. : B. A. Smythe. Clerk
' : : PHONE ID 7-3191 Board, of County Commis-
j.," stoners of Flagler County.
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't RAILROAD.AVE., BUNNELL, FLORIDA ,- 'Florida.11.162tc .


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'gether, because the buds which I.II I plants and the soil. under favorable -
(World War One VaccinationFor
O 1 sprotu from the base of the conditions medium sized

plant beneath the surface of the bamboos will reach maximum '
Vets To Meet In Brucellosis Control .
I ground immediately turn upward heights in four to seven years. :

(Continued from Page 5) I II. I to form: a new sprout. ,The taller species may not reach
Ormond Sunday I top growth for 15 years. Calfhood vaccination is an

.1 Mrs. Anna Johns has returnedto The. running type bamboo .important step toward control
her home after receiving I. The Seventh District of the sends out horizontal underground The bamboo is an interesting and eradication of the costly
of I
_ medical treatment at the Flag. Department Florida Veteransof stems that distribute plant to watch grow. -The culm, I disease of brucellosis, says Dr.

ler Clinic and Hospital for several World War One, are holding i shoots at Irregular intervals- whether large or small, has the I Charles B. Plummer, Jr., veterinarian -

weeks. their second quarterly meeting I(I from a few inches to several sam diameter when it first I. with the Florida Agricultural -

at the Veterans Social Club on I feet. If not kept in check, the comes above the surface of the Extension Service.

. Mrs. Jessie Way returned to Granada Ave., Ormond, on Sun running type bamboo can soon ground than it does when fully I Vaccinate beef calves between

her home here on Deen Road day, November 26, with Ormond I I take over the homestead by invading grown.. This is 'especially inter i four and eight months of age

'-" last week after receiving medical I Beach Barracks and Auxiliary every area of the lot. esting when the large diameter I and dairy calves when they are

treatment at the Universityof I No.Barracks 2542 as Commander host. Harold i Bamboo like reasonably rich I culms blast off. six to eight months old, recommends -

Florida Teaching Hospital in I and moist soil but well drained the animal doctor.
If close observer.
West and Auxiliary President you are a
Gainesville. I soil. They are nearly all ever- ,
Lucilfa Ainsworth are expecting you will quickly note that the Do not vaccinate calves after
i In Florida most of these
a good turn out for this district green. I sheath than envelopes the culmis ,they are nine months old.
. Mr and Mrs. Fred Staub of giant grasses replace their old Also do not vaccinate beef
usually pushed off as
meeting and are plans
j-; Rochester, N. Y., Visited here making leaves with new ones in the calves before they are four
accordingly. All veterans of branches develop. However, in
f'' and with Mr. spring and early summer.
Friday Saturday
'and animals
months old
: dairy
World War One and especiallythose some varieties the sheaths remain -
and Mrs. Duane Deen. They! You can get a start of the I less than six months of
who are not now mem- attached, for some time.
were also guests of Mr. and Mrs. bunch type bamboo by dividing Calves born in April shouldbe
bers of the organization are i These sheaths are the "trademark" -
Joln Rice North AlA Satur: a clump of the roots after cut-
; on vaccinated later than December
no -
urged to attend and learn whatis I I for a number of the bam
The Staubs route ting off the ,canes. The newlyset
day. were en reminds Plummer.For .
being done for their welfare. I boos. Therefore, it is often quite
to Miami for a week's vacation. clumps like warm, moist information calf-
Those attending the meetingare ] easy to recognize the better more on .
, earth to begin a new life. So,
hood vaccination for brucellosis
asked to bring a 'covered known species. from the sheaths
steamy hot summer days are
dish lunch and their table serv- alone. i contact your veterinarian or
best for setting this type of
ice. Registration begins at 9:30, your county agentPEOPLE.
bamboo. Bamboos in general seem to

: Surplus HousesR. joint session: at 10, meeting or The running bamboos. not I shy away from common names.If I

I business session at 10:30, lunch root readily from stem cuttings.But .
lat 12 and adjournment not la you are looking for medium I .WITH MANY SOULS
.R. Section Houses, moved to with a little care they can
I ter than 3 P.M. District, pedart.l sized clump type bamboo then
your lot. $tOO down. Balance be propagated from Lao villagers 'believe sicknessis

like rent. Located in Espanola ment and possibly cuttings taken in late summeror try the Bambusa multiplex. If caused by the departure of

Dupont, Moultrie( East ficers may be present. in early,spring. They can also your new planting must be a one of the 32 souls inhabitingtheir

Palatka. be transplanted by small colossal production, then plant bodies. They depend upon
plants with pieces of rhizomes. both old and new ways to recapture -
CATHOLIC MISSION Bambusa arundinacea. As in-
FREEPORT SALVAGE CO. ] The length of time it takesto the errant soul: sorcery,

3422 Old Kings Road OF_ ST. STEPHENS grow a bamboo screen depends between size bamboo is called a whiff of opium, or a shot in

Jacksonville, Florida CHURCH OF BUNNELLThere on the care you give the Disticha. the arm at a modern dispensary. I

. . .
will be a Catholic Mission

at St Stephens Catholic I

Church of Bunnell from November

CLASSIFIEDADS 26 through December 1, Add
phone'I I
Father Conesa said today. The a

mission will begin each eveningat

7:30.Father Conesa said everybodyis

Lilting cents under word thl.each heading Insertion areS welcome and invitedto ,. ... ..........., .. _" "".. ... ... ii'I I
per cordially :':".:'.. 1';':> : Vx: ::: ::<::: :: xi::;:4 ::x. :::,,,,-:::' ':'::::"':<'-;:: : : .7. .l::::: .:..t : ?
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75 cents 1* minimum charge. W.1'r :: 1?:: ':: ; : :::: ::: -' :;

REPOSSESSED SINGER-total attend. _.::i.Ji1 lil 1"ljllj'i::: --f"I'--' ,.: :-.t:. / '.ml:;::;:::: ; :":: :f; ;: :

balance $47.00. Take up pay J .NH ,
ments of $6.75 per month. /

Phone CL 3-8106, Daytona Beach. Gardening In FloridaThe 6Fi;. NT.l .

Nov. 23.3tc : .
bamboo is a multipurpose / ;:
y" iy3{ g:; v.1Gr
SAVE $500 ornamental.It ,

BALDWIN CONSOLE ORGAN is ideal as a high-flying -- :_ J -if --. -
DEMONSTRATORTHOMPSON wind break. The taller species
MUSIC CO. that reach skyward nearly 80

feet will cut off unsightly views, s.
.134 Volusia Ave. 6'i rqY: ,..,
> ::
while dense growing varietieswill ':;s'
CUnton 2.8215 give peek-proof privacy to { \, .
enclosure. ,
any v ;
11-23-ItcSEPTIC '. ,
One small clump of .th"e N : .!-
9ykixr .i .,
TANK-cleaning reason "switch-cane" bamboo, if har- (

able rates. George Jarosz, phoneID I vested and applied properly, :E'

7.3410.11.2 to 4.26.tp will reduce juvenile delinqu -

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FOR RENT-1 bedroom furnish ency. .
Other uses of bamboo are
ed apartment,.$30., ID 73304. '
food, shelter, implements and
i .
11-16 tf I

utensils. .. _
FOR RENT OR SALE-3 bed- I Building codes may prevent .. ,

room house at north end of Pal. construction of a home from /'AY'fH.rQv: 4.4N 4' '

metto, Flagler Beach, on boat bamboo, but who... could objectto

canals, cool pleasant living, exceptional an Oriental-model cook-out S I

value, beautiful interior shelter on the patio? r4vx ..:. Ii II i I

and exterior $90.00 per Bamboo food, of course, is i xrhLi i

month for September 1 occu limited to those who like to nib I i

pancy. Contact present rentersor ble on tender shoots or those (

Alexander Lumber Co., Daytona who crave the cereal-like grain

Beach,. Florida. 7-20-TF produced by some bamboo. J

Ocean Fishing poles, hanger rods for ,
housekeeping apartments
the clothes closet, dart_ blowers
1 and 2 bedrooms compete
and musical flutes are among
with linens and all utilities.
.. some uses for bamboo. Sectionsof
Sun deck, fishing, swimming,
the giant growing
loafing. Day, week 'or month.
cane are ideal for planters for ;
Sun Sea Maror, Flagler Beach. the Florida room. A b.M..r.. ., y o.. '
HE 9.2082 7.6tf
Bamboos can serve as a ther-
FOR RENT-Unfurnished large mometer. You can estimate the

2-bedroom 'garage apartment.Call temperature by the rate- of

HE 9.2318 or see Zeke growth. During chilly periods : add lot to
I a living
Chaffee. 11-17-tf bamboo culms barely inch :
_________ along, while during hot, humid -: .

FOR RENT furnished 2 bedroomone weather bamboo shoots may Fa

bath house, Daytona Ave., jump skyward 24 to 36 inchesin 'r'i -
Flagler Beach. Completely ren 24 hours. A phone in 'your kitchen works hard where you .

ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys There are more than 400 species !
work hardest! It's on the: for :making calls taking S
can be picked! up at Sullivan's I of bamboos._ Most of these spot f

Gulf Station. Nov 10-tf in the but there'
-- (grow calls saving.steps and time. All that adds up to a lot of easier 4' '
,/ VNX >X >X- S/-SN are a score or more varieties

JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER They that are'range adapted from to midget-size Florida. h. living_'for you I Call your telephone business. office or ask '


LOTS HOMES OCEAN FRONT, canes four-score to the feet giants into the that air.wave- ;," '. .. any"- ..telephone'. serviceman for- details on pretty colors, and, s" '

There are two" types of bam- '
the ei-y.modest '
ACREAGE boo according to, growth habit -.......<:. price. .
- J: .." .r,1.. ', -
needs '
for real estate
Office us Phone your HE 9-2242 These running.are clump forming and- < J '" j r'Southern. ;. : : 'iJ ( \ Bell \. ,

Residence Phones ID 73891of "'. :
In the clump bamboos the : '" :: .... 1-#. .r::+.... .e
ID 7-3517 "! L .c. wtt
JTSJBCtf-r- .C .
culms, or canesare close to- '. "- _" '& : wlK9 UC& '..

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