Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00662
 Material Information
Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: September 20, 1962
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
Volume ID: VID00662
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33426131
alephbibnum - 001024369

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I Legionnaires I([Effective Speech I II I City Assessment I Rotary To Hear ;City Test Well [ '

Plan Member Offered Two non-credit at DBJC courses in ef.1 Up; Millage Down'|j About School Supt Telstar Z. D. Holland was i'j I Shows Chloride I k kI ki

fective speech will be Coffered I For Coming YearThe guest,speaker at the Rotary Club j jI i i :

I Renewal DriveIn beginning' this week by the 'I meeting last Thursday. Holland I!Much Too I II
Mary Karl vocational division of i i i spoke about school problems existing High -
Daytona Beach Junior College.Hal City at its I I today., I|I : I II
informal discussion Monday Massey, director of the di- meeting Monday night adopted I)j I At the club meeting today a\I The City Commission recently '!
evening, members of Flag- vision, said Mary Lou Edwards, a budget calling for an anticipated -(! representative of Southern Bell i j i contracted for and had. drilled f fI I

ler Post 115, The American former speech consultant, has expenditure of $120,746. 41!j Telephone Co. is scheduled to be:,I a test well on city property ad-
Legion, planned a drive for been named as instructor for the i The budget amounts are divided I I guest speaker and will have a j[;jacent to the water plantIts I

membership renewal between new classes. I iI into General Fund $78,846 I|I demonstration model of the]i was drilled in a search for additional I
now and October 15. !Water Fund, $35,700 and Inter-
Registration is scheduled for( I Telstar communications satel-!: water supplies.
On October 15( a stated meetIng I Wednesday evening in the dls- i and Sinking Fund $6,200. :i!! Ute which will be used in con-1 I I The well has been completed ,
date) it is planned to present tributive education -office in j The assessment roll is $3,890i i I
I jnection! with his talk. .but the water analysis was disI -
certificates to the boy and building 603 on the campus. The 567. There' is $986,475 i j}i The club is planning an "assembly" !{I appointing since the chloride
,> the girl of the eighth grade in basic course will meet Tuesdays I property, 687,332 personal prop-I October content was excessive.The .
7, when the
; schools who have erty. The non-exempt valuation I|I I II
Flagler county
from 7 to 10 p. m. and an advanced { district director,
will be
is i I here. All city was guided by the
been elected "best citizens. j
i course will meet Wednesday 1 j! club committee
reports are to be engineering firm of Flood Wilson
,f At this meeting the two boys I nights. This was ,an increase in the 1! i
] given at this time, Secretary and Associates of Jackson :
'r -s and one girl who were membersof Topics to be covered in the j assessed value of approximately I]I I Tom Lenssen said. ville. The drilling done
Boys State and Girl State will courses include building a $765,000, raising the valuations!I II was by
: 11'I Southern Drillers also of Jack-
r be guests of honor. Parents of speech, the verbal wardrobe, listening from approximately 50 per cent sonville.
the good citizenship students creatively, voice projec- of true value to about 62 per! j I
\' hnd the boy and girl staters are tion, pitch, modulation, and cent. ,j Thomas Pomeroy The well was put down to a

f to be specially invited. resonance. The number, of mills levied is depth of 180 feet and the water
;)' John A. Clegg was named to Massey said a small registra I reduced from last year when I analysis showed a fairly high ,

head the program and also topresent tion fee and text costs are the ,there was levied I 9 mills. This I I Dies Wednesday chloride content. Then the well i

the good citizenship only charges associated with year it was set at 8.6 mills. went down to 200 feet, :then to

t'. awards. Light refreshments will I I the course. Commissioner C. B. Eisenbach I I John Thomas Pomeroy of 250 feet where the latest geo ,
', be served ,at the end of the Telephone information will be ,said the increased valuation apI I Flagler Beach passed logic map indicated suitable I I
:, meeting. given those calling the distribu- j I plies to all property and the.I Wednesday evening at the Flag- quantity and quality water
It was decided to forego any tive education office'at CL 51476. increase was made in an attempt ler Clinic and Hospital after an would be' found. However the

attempt to have any formal observance ;to widen the tax base. illness of several weeks. He deeper the well was put down

of Veterans Day on i He pointed out that the cityis was a. native of West Virginia the greater the chloride content.

November llth because of conflicts John J. Folk having to buy a new city and had been a winter visitorin In an attempt to salvage some

with other community activities truck and, in addition, new fire I ,Florida for the past 15 years.I expense of the test well, the
including'on Friday department equipment. Acqui- He had resided in Flagler Beach commission contemplates 'cementing -
\ November 9. However the pub Funeral Held \.. sition of this item, he said, is I the' past six months.He (the well back up to the

p lie ,is urged to display the Flagon I ,,' necessary to protect' the presentfire was a member of the Bap- 140.145 foot depth and in this

: yeterans Day. :, insurance rate. The new tist Church and a retired elec way hope to obtain water that 1

In the absence of Post; Commander '1 At. Espanola equipment will, of course, pro- ,trician.. He was 77 years old. Is', suitable. \

.... Duane Deen First Vice I vide additional protection from He is survived by his wife, The well cost, it was stated,

........ 'J, ..._-:. .Commander.tgora.}jJEuckles..{ was : John.Jt Folk fBunnel died fire to all;property*;, 'Cora .,E.. J>praeroy of FlaglerBeach about $600 but commission members -
in charge;and,'M.-a-F ler at Sun ay. nigHtin TT Daytona I I I' The: con mIssfon also sat: 'as"I ; one son, Thomas of Dry ';explained''Is felt'neces-
ed adjutant in place of Raymond an equalizing board,' but no one that the be}
Beach rest. home, after a long I I I Branch, W. Va.; two stepdaughters sary money spent
'Smith->who is a patient in illness. Mr. Folk was born in i]I appeared to protest valuationsof I ; Mrs. Edith Tidwell of Flag- for exploration. It:, has :been

pital. Florida from Ohio. He resided Newark, N. J.; two stepsons, that perhaps Lake Gore may

i All members, former'membersand in Daytona Beach three years Frank Waugh of Patrick Air- I. finally be used for Bunnell sup

,other eligible veterans are I' before moving to BunnelL to Annual force Base and Arthur Waugh,I ply.

urged to pay yearly dues to Vice make his home in 1940. FishingTournament of Cleveland, Ohio; Also surviving

Commander Buckles, or any oth-I He was a retired electricianand I are five brothers, five sis-
a, member of the Seventh ters, and ten grandchildren of
of It 'was Address
er member: the-post at Changed
I West :
stated that a team of post mem Day Adventist Church. He was Virginia. .
t 80 years of age. I The body was shipped to East-
bers wjll seek membership dues Delays SS Checks
shortly. I He is survived by his wife, I Lake LucilleThe I bank, W. Va. Wednesday ,after :
Verna Folk of Bunnell; one sister noon to the Pryor Funeral Home Thousands of people whore i

Vice ,Commander'' Buckles re Mrs. Minnie O'Conner of i i for funeral services. Interment collecting social security checks I

minds all members to "be sure Washington, D. C. annual Childrens' :Fishing will be in Dry Branch. do not get them as promptly as

and attend the next meeting of f t Graveside funeral service was Turnament will be held at Lake I Craig Funeral Home of Bun- they could simply because they I

the post October 15 at 8 P.M. u" I held at 3:30' Wednesday after- Lucille, In front of the Bunnell nell was in charge of local ar move and fail to notify social /

; noon at the Espanola Cemetery. City Hall, this Saturday morn rangements. security offices of their new ad I II
I I with Elder D. Wagner of Or I ing. The event is sponsoredeach I dresses, the; Social Security Ad I

PANCAKE DAY IS mond Beach Seventh Day Ad- year by the Bunnell Lions ministration has announced.A .
ventist Church officiating. 7 i Club and is held for children
SET FOR SATURDAYThe from three throughthe Library Club News notice to the post office will
Pallbearers were Elzie Hunter, I age years .
Methodist Mens' Club will Harold Emery, William Patrick, sixth grade. I I not get an address changed on
The Bunnell High School Li- social records Mell I
security ,
t have a "Pancake Day" Saturday,
Ernest Taylor, D., D. Moody, and
,, September'22nd, 7''a. m. until T. K. McKnight I I The tournament will begin at I brary Club had a meeting last Eadie, district manager of the I
1 9 o'clock and run to; 11 o'clOCk'i; Tuesday, September .11. Daytona Beach Social Security
p. m. Craig Funeral Home of ..Bun-
Tourney Chairman John SeayJ The meeting was called to .decide office, said today. The best way
nell in .
,It will be in the Flagler Beach charge arrange said today. Prizes' will be given what activities the club of insuring the prompt and safe

Methodist Church building on I It ments. to a boy and girl in each of I would participate in this year. delivery of your social security

Daytona Ave. between 21st and the following classes: Largest From the way the meeting turn- check each month, he said, is

>t. 22nd Sts. Tickets are available I i Business MeetingFor fish caught, smallest fish caught,I ed out, the Library Club will to let the Social Security Ad

from any member or at the, I IOfficers' most fish caught Also a prizeto be quite busy this year. ministration know your new ad-

door. > Youth Council the youngest boy and girl. We decided to have a beach dress as soon as you plan to

party September 29 for mem move. ,
and DirectorsA Mr. Seay said refreshmentswill bers of the' club and their dates.

; City Occupational be served to those par I Other things we plan to do are: A notice to the post office of

meeting of the officers and ticipating in the tournamentHe Give the teachers !refreshmentsat your change of address will'take

Licenses Due Oct. directors of the Flagler County also stated each child must ; faculty meeting, teach the care of having any checks already -

"'B*-, Youth Council will hold a business furnish their own fishing equipment sixth seventh, and eighth on their way to you, but
'dty Clerk Nancy Rodgers is meeting at the Civic Cen but the bait will be furn grades how to use the library it will not insure the prompt

reminding those who operate ter on Saturday evening, October ished by the Lions Club. have an assembly program during delivery of those to follow. .

business places, within the city 6. The meeting is open Library Week in April, and
limits of Bunnell that their occupational to the You may report your new ad-
I public and parents and give the children book markers
dress to the Social Security Administration
licenses will be due others interested in the movement during Children's Book Week. I
to Honor
Auxiliary by filling out and
on October I' are urged to attend. We have ,approximately 20
mailing the post card which is
Publicity Chairman Bette Me- members this all of whomare
License fees will be the same Gold Star Mothers year, given to you when you begin
aniel said there will
be a question very aggressive. So, if we
as last year. Those in businessare receiving your checks. Or senda
I and answer'session on The Auxiliary of the V. F. W. don't do anything this year, it
urged to buy the license before short note to your Social Se
[Youth Council Activities and also Post 5213 will hold a Tea for won't be because we didnt' try.
the first of November in order I curity Payment Center, giving
election of officers: will be Gold Star Mothers at the Bun- I' The library has quite a few
to avoid penalty Mrs. Rod II your name and address your
held. nell Civic Center on Sunday i[new books added to its shelves
gers said. claim number, your new address
i The nominating committee afternoon, September 23 Mrs.}I this, year and we are just delighted .
and the date to
:Mabel Brooks Jimmy Hargett, Ernest Taylor said today. The;[I with them We certain- you plan move.

.. : I and 'Bette McDaniel-will.;meet tea will be from 3:30 to 5 o'clock j jly i encourage everyone to come I I The address of the Payment

IF YOU WERE BORN 'on September 27th at the Me Each Gold Sar Mother' is asked up and check out some from our,I I Center is on your "Certificate of

In September-renew: your Daniel home to makeup a slate to bring a guest and all auxiliary wide selection. Award." If you prefer, you may

auto drivers"U ei1Se. 'The license I of officers to present at the October members are also to bring Library Assistant, I''I call your local social security

is renewal In your birth month. I I meeting.. I a guest Gloria Harding. district office to get the address.

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Bunnell Baby Bulldogs who I LIVING COLOR TV
have really been going at the;
BY -LOOK .011.'TilE
past ,three weeks will play their i NEWS IN TUB WINDOW"HICTL'llK
i I TUB"0 V- Robinson Southern Radio &
first game at Crescent City on | Television
I I jI Uti E. Granada
September 25. rj j I, The Flagler, Soil Conservation UIIMOND- Ph. OR 7-2001

The team this year that will t I District is in the process of reviewing .

By Leslie Pache be playing is made up of boys 1)I its program and work I

from /the seventh to the ninth plan. The original PAL PARKER'S.
and INC.
BULLDOGS WIN 26-0 els 25 yard line. Kuleski ,carried i! program
grades. Coach Cliff McGriff has work plan, prepared in 1952 is Automotive Specialty
,OyER CITY I the ball to the our yard lineon
been working with the boys. outdated and in BRAKES RELINED It .
Bunnell Bulldogs took the. 21 I bady need of re M
a yard run. Kuleski tookit PAIITS AND LABOR
I have
watched the
Baby Bulla newing. The district
opening kickoff and in five supervisorsare FORD-CIIEVnOLET-PLYMOXTII
over- on the next play for
dogs at one or two practices. I consulting with leaders in OTHER $10.95
plays with Polk Kuleski
and touchdown and also scored the
Abbott Since I know most of the boys 1 all fields to get their views in 540 Mason Ave. Daytona
carrying the ball. :Abbott extra point to make it 26.0 and 'I
I am looking for them to improve J order to have well
went over from the .three-yard end of the game. a rounded program -
their'2-,1-3 So,let's :
season. I
line for
the first score. Harry I
13 6 0 7
Kuleski scored the extra pointto Rebels. 0000 go Bobby, Mack, Arthur, Jack, The supervisors also plan to I i f i

go ahead 70. I Jackie,",Allen Ray, Arthur, Roger, consider adopting a new Basic TVSERVICE'ALL

Kuleski and Abbott carried Henry, Tilman, Zack, Pat, Johnny :Memorandum of Understanding I

the leather on end plays with: LITTLE MOE'S OUTLOOK Walton, Dan, Ray, Butch,I between District and the U. S.i i MAKES
Martin, Harry, Lee, Scott, Glenn, i Agent For
good blocking. Harry Kuleski Department of Agriculture and I ,.
Darrell So best of luck.
broke loose for a 51 yard run I a Supplemental Memorandumof RCA
Season Schedule- & PHILCOTUBES
around left end for the ,second Little :Moe ,can say is the Understanding between the ,

touchdown. Extra point try was Bulldogs looked very good in Sept. 25-Crescent City District and the Soil Conservation & ANTENNAS SOLD

no good. I their first game. All (the ,boys October 2-x) Hastings Service. AND INSTALLED

Good blocking and the shifty I I I did a good job. Blocking was I II October October 166 9-x) Crescent ,City. These documents are set by I TUBES TESTED

manipulating of quarterbacks I good. The boys tackled hard i -Hastings. law as necessary for the operation FREE

Moody and Ramsey, giving the]*,I and clean and they knew what I October 30-(x) St. Joseph. of Soil Conservation Districts -1
( ) home
ball to Abbott and Kuleski both to do. The line .is a little light x games. in the United States. I TVBob
boys with plenty of speed, picking but what is in the line is tough I I
i St.
up yardage with minute and knows what to do. Boys Johns Conference StandingW District Cooperator J. P. Shope t

left in the half. Harry Kuleski like Brannam, McDaniel, Cau- L P op'per SL Johns Park, Is busy preparing FLAGLER BEACH

broke loose around end with ley, Harris, Brown, Worthington, Bunnell 1 0 26 0 1000 land for planting improved pas PHONE HE 92204Dbr

some good key blocking broke will pick up experience in fu. Hastings 1076 1000 ture. SCS technicians are also
loose for a 75 yard touchdown, ture games. St. Joseph 1060 1000 assisting Shope with drainage

making the score 190. The extra As the team goes into the Fr. Lopez 1 0 34 0 1000D. problems. I' ( 3Hlaglrr Uribiuir
& B. 0 1 7 18 1000 ,.
point was no good. they will into i
I a iI
Bulldogs Rebels great team. The boys are like Baldwin 01 67 000 I
15 first downs 8 the team of 1952. With plentyof The Soil Conservation Service: )
City 0 1 0 26 000
338 yards rushing 86 practice and picking up all 0 Engineering and Watershed,I MRS. M.D. FULLER. Editor
Keystone 1 0 6 000
2. passes 11 the coaching advice of Bo Manuel Games of September 21 Planning Unit from Spartan. {I i

0 yards passing 40 they can have a great team. Bunnell Orange Park burg, S. C. was in Flagler coun- j Designated Official Publicationfor

fumbles lost 1 The boys have a certain something ty during the past week making I Public Notice of Flagler
D. & B
\. 50 yards penalized 30 that only a coach can St. an evaluation study of the Haw County Municipalities therein
Joseph Callahan
Third quarter was slow, both bring out. And Bo is just the I! Creek Watershed. The group, and the State of Florida
teams fumbling and drawing man to do it. ]I consisting of engineers, economists -

penalties. No score in the third. The ,game with Orange Park Home Mortgages and hydrologists app-J Entered as second class matter

Fourth quarter, the Rebels j Friday night will give me a proved the planning data as; February 6. 1913 at the postofflce

tried the air but the passer had I I better outlook of the Bulldogs. Growing Larger prepared by the State Watershed I at Bunnell Florida under act of

to get the ball off as the passers Bulldogs you played a nice Planning Party of the SCS in I March 3, 1876.
were rushed. Their Home-purchase mortgages recorded Gainesville.
running at- It
game. was a good team win
tack slowed up. The Bulldogs those in Florida during the One .. .
as Rebels had a good ball I year $2.50
first half of this year totaled Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune
recovered a fumble on :the Reb club. Se ya all at Orange Park. I Six months .$1.%5
., $805,833,000, 10 per cent gain S2.50 A Year In Advance

over 1961, almost parallelingthe -
national increase, the Florida -
ACROSS 46 Prong of Answer To Puzzle 723
fork State Chamber of Commerce
1 Pounds down 47 Out of date s COP l T S reports. -.;. -; ">- 2-,4 **':, fr 't WEATHER
6 Applaud 48 Seesaws A N A 0 E Y S 'l G E A I BULLETIN jr
10 Dispose of 51 Assist PAR AGO N A E 0 A ti N.. S "The number of mortgages
for price 52 Man's name I G N. S T A 8 l E S.i5't'i covered by this amount came
14 A water 53 Place .' A RAN. E e I E siD T i't
spirit 55 -the_Man, NEaus E A SiD j ; ii to 95,038, just a bit under the S
15 Employ Musial Ill!" G H 0 R N. SEe T S 1961 figure, indicating a larger

16 Group three of 62 59 To A pilaster debase C H E G E 0 R.AS.SOl P A l A R I N G average mortgage this year. In-

17 Mount-. 64 Silkworm 8 lOT S. SET SEA' R S cluded in these figures are mortgages
0 A It s. S TEA l 0 TT't
supposed to 65 Kind of of $20,000 or less' ( '
be Biblical bomb A I v C l A N G 0 A II ; T'i' as reported
Mount Horeb 66 Bird E Y 0 T ION I !" V IDE ii T to the Home Loan Bank
18 Consumes 68 Poisons 0 E NOT E D I S E N ATE S board), secured almost entirelyby _
19 Hearing 70 Stubborn OE: N S DEL E 0 _
organs animal properties -and jr ,
20 Golt mound 71 Lamb's 13 Opposed to :)Guldo's therefore indicative of home fin
21 Design pen name, gain high note ancing trends."Although .
23 Tantalizes 72 Aids 22 Haul 51 Siamese
25 Actual 73 Mixed as 24 Man's name coin the JanuaryJunedollar
being" type 26 The self 53 Rich fabric total this stacked
27 Shoshonean 74 Number (pi.) (pl.) 54 Trojan up :
Indian 75 Mediterran- 30 Pronoun hero well against 1961, it was 3 per :f

28 Cloth ean vessel 31 Top of 56 Article of cent below the same period in ; Y
measure head
29 Ship's boat DOWN 32 American 57 Rugged faith 1960 and 7 per cent under 1959,

31 Penitentiaries patriot crest ofmountain the peak year in Florida. Unhappily
35 Discharge 1 To sample 33 Inclines
38 Afternoon 2 Sign of the the head range last June showed an
parties zodiac Widgeon 58 Kobold 11 per cent decline"in mortgage
40 Mountain 3 Excavations 35 Narrow 59 Moist
activity, the first monthly drop
in Mass- ore aperture 60 Fancy
achusetts 4 Edible seed 36 Famous carrying this year below 1961.

41 Unstratlfied 5 Slide comedian case "Savings and Loan Associations
deposit 6 Swindle 37 Bacteriolo 61
Burrowing _
of 7 Climbing plant gist's wire animal were the original lendersof :
loam 8 Skill 38 Pronoun 63 Sleeveless $345,662,000 for homepurchasein 1-4
42 Head 9 Annoys 39 Bring forth garment of }f-
covering 10 Purloins 43 Slender Arabs (pi.) the state during the first half
43 To takeout 11 Period of finial 67 Chemical of this year, up 19 per cent over
time pl. 44 Youths
( ) suffix
45 Harvest 12 Italian coin 46 A trine 69 Man's 1961; individual lenders handled'
goddess (pl.) 49 Abounded nickname $151,221,000, a gain of 9 per

1 2 3 4 S 6 8 9 10 1 12 Us I cent; and commercial banks

loaned" $71,290,000, an increaseof

t 31 per cent: The balance was ,-

1 t8 19 handled principally by govern-
ment agencies with a total

1 4.v 2I 21 somewhat below the 1961 figure.

"Six counties in the state are
1 fi: v f .
now reported separately and "
the exciting new AUTOMATIC ,:;
r >o :ti:. : :: 1 32 33 3tis accounted together for 59 per i'
cent of the Florida six-months SIELER CONTROLS
totaL Dade had a total of $228- Just DIAL your comfort! i

/ /2 aGv. Ns .. 353,400, up 7 per cent from the OIL HOME HEATER Push a button to start or : :)
k 7s previous Pinellas stop the,FLOORSEEP!. ; ,
year; $57,202- I.n I.
000 virtually equal to the first I

w half of '1961; and Duval's $56- gives you amazing : I

:Y.d4 1 789,700 was up 13 per cent. Brow- .SWEEPING SUPER :H- "

ard tallied $76,978,400, Orange FLOOR HEAT
$36,764,600 and Volusia $18,297-
I a12 63 Y'. aHt 500 -but comparable-figures for .The'foHen;kwveri in the floor,,heat outlet are motor driven to

these three counties for ,prior rotate back and forth--s weejwzf the heat over the fiooc.: All new

years are not available." in performance, styling and exdtbg xxJors, this new SIEGLER

rt gives you a new djmeraann m beau comfort.See it aoon! -


So live that you help -to an- FLAGLER HARDWARE . I
saver the'world's -problems-not ..

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Thursday, .Sept....20',,1962r ..1t 3r arc M'-a. -' THE FTIAGLERKTRmUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA .
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n A'I". _; IfJltvutio. ;''shaped'crotch often prone -
.... -- are
I I I'i to cleave apart. 'Check the trees I I
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in ; -
(Bj Hervey Sharp*) this category. If necessary,j 7.l% 2.gF";
3* I place temporary props in ,the / '
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.Shade trees are like soldiers=: i appropriate places, or make the Ij ::::::::::' .:-.- ,
they must be in good physical I tree one unit again with steel i.

I shape before going 'into battle. r rods and turnbuckles. i I i f.

So inspect the trees around Remove decayed trees that I :

your home for weaknesses. Soon I are too weak to hold up under I -

they may face a stormy seige the strain of a storm. This ac-I

from NE> hurricane with a feminine tion will save you grief later.

name. I Palm fronds with saw /tooth

Men have the choice .of Joint t stems are wicked to deal withif

ing the Foreign Legion whena propelled by an 80 mile per

storm begins brewing around hour wind. So,' clean away all

their home, 'because they may loose palm leaves at the first

find it easier to face bullets hint of; a storm. I
, than fight a.domestic battle. Trees are not apt to crush a

But trees have no choice. They house' if they succumb to a: big I

I must face the full fury of a blow. Usually, as the soil becomes '- 1: :.. '

lady without being able to strike soggy and wind stronger, ,.
back. the trees fall gently againt the .
Usually the storm's first provocation dwelling. If the trees lean .
is to soak the rotting, against the house during the I .: : I'tni'.i..... '>.1.'.: ", :, .
first half' of
moss-filled tree branches. Next, the storm, this is
the windy lady slaps the soggy an asset. The trees then serve / ;
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as a to hold the house "!" 7 .
mass to the ground with a dull prop ". :: - ..
thud which puts the home own snuggly and safely during the !. . ." i',

er's nerves on edge. second half of the blow. .y /

So inspect your trees for dead Actually,. a hundred mile per U. S. D. A. GRADE A FLORIDA branches that seem to be readyto hour wind is not as dangerousas :

fall. Also look :for dead sounds, if 'necessary meas-

branches that are firm but brit- ures are taken before the wind = :

tle. A gust of hurricane force reaches gale force, plus retreating Whole, 29 i'-\

wind can snap an arm-size indoors while the unwel- Fryers \ .

branch from a tree and send it come lady is dancing around Pound ,

at missile speed through a pic- outside.If .

ture window.A your home is located in an
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low-hanging branch over a area that might be flooded,t ,1
roof can wreak havoc. Powerful you'll be given ample notice to

winds can turn the limb intoa evacuate hours before the storm
tool of destruction. This tool reaches your area. Otherwise, J

can remove slate shingles as there is no safer place than in .
easily as a fish scaier-can re- a well-built home. Tall Hickory World's Best '

move scales.Removing. r I Soon as the storm is past it SLICED BACON Lb. 35$ Ground Beef 3 $1.39
II 'Ibs.
dead and out.of. I is a good idea to inspect the ,

place limbs is a good idea even "trees and other plants around

if there is no storm alert. Such I I I the house."Usually all the plants Armour Star First Cut t.

pruning is for eye !,will show signs of wind dam-
FRANKS Pound 490 PORK CHOPS Ib. 49
appeal. age. But with a little trimming, -
propping and resettling of root
Fanlike fungus growing on j
the side of a tree trunk indicates systems, nearly all plants that

rotten spots that need at. were shaken loose from the Chase & Sanborn Large Size Sealtest

tention. A hole made by a woodpecker ' ground can be salvaged. : 1

by. .earlier: r FJollgwlijfif; a; Mrricsne'-jthere: : <:
damage : t
are nearly always a few bright COFFEE. CHEER MILK "
storms, or the gouge of an auto; -4 1

bumper can start rotten spots. 1 l sunny days.Use these days to
The auto-made wound can dry out and tidy up around the .

filled with water- house. In no .time at all you 1/x Gal. Jugs .
easily be a : LB.
tight material, as it is not more will erase the signs of the big 39* 19*: : ::

than kneeling height. But other blow. :

rotting areas will require experience 49 "
at climbing to dizzy heightson Education isn't play and it Limit One With $5.00Limit One With '$5.00 t

a trembling ladder. Havingthe can't be made to looklike play.It or More Food or More Food ) ,.; .:

know.how'of a dentist is is hard, hard work. But it Order Order Plus Deposit ': .

also helpful. Often it is cheaperin can be. made interesting work.

to call -Thomas A. Edison.
the long run a professional
to handle the treetop FRESH FARM PRODUCE FROZEN FOOD

Jobs.Some older trees with .Y- I Community J Cello Winter Garden 24 oz. .

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-IlEQUEST FOR BIDS Memorial: ChurchInterdenominatiotal Pkg. Cherry j

Sealed bids will be received In Yellow Ripe PIEE Apple 29CBANANAS
the office of the City Clerk of the
City of Bunnell. Florida. In the 9C Peach Each
Civic Center Building on or before Pound
12:00 o'clock noon on the 15th day
of October. A.D. 196%. for one (1) Daytona Ave. Fancy Food King r /
1963 one-ton truck with the following .
minimum specifications. PRUNE PLUMS 29C OLEO 29C
9800 lbs., 152" wheelbase .
f 2 Lbs.
wide type body. 292 cu. Sunday School 10:00 A.M. 2 Lbs. ,. ,
Jn V-8 engine heavy duty Church Service 11:00( A.M.
springs, fender mounted turn
signals exterior rear view mir-
R. W. DICKERT. Paator
ror. 7.50 x 17 8-ply tube type .
Prices quoted must be F.O.B.

specify equipment the The right City delivery manufacturer.to Commissioners reject date.any Bid and reserve should all I GIGANTIC 9 SALE l':"

bids and to waive any informalities -
In bidding, and also to accept 25 FREE
the bid that In Its judgment will .'
for the best Interest of the. Cityof
Bunnell, ,Florida. TOP VALUE' STAMPS Libby's 6 Oz.- Frozen Show Boat 300 Can

18th WITNESS day of September.my hand end A.D.seal 1962.this of LEMONADE 9C PORK AND BEANS 9C ,I-
with the purchase
(Seal) C. B. Eisenbach. Mayor Each .Each 'It
of Bunnell. Florida.
City I 1 Qt. Kraft Miracle
Nancy ATTEST C.: Rodgers. City Clerk. Whip Mr. G Frozen 9 Oz. Bush's 300 Can '

Sept.IN THE 20-27-CIRCUIT 2tc COURT. SEV- Coupon Expires 9.22.62;; FRENCH PRIES Each t;, .9C BLAGKJJYE: PEAS Each' 9C9C. .;\ : f '



Early oz. White Distilled, Pts. :
TO AEPPEAR with the purchase of -.
c/o EARLIEST Mamie Roberta 1 Qt. Kraft I Each Each : /_.
R.F.D. No. 1. AIL Purpose Oil -
Klngsland. Georgia.YOU '
ARE HERBEY NOTIFIED.- Coupon Expires 92.625OFREE I
that a suit J for divorce has been
tiled against you In the above en- II Quantity Rights!
titled cause and you are hereby .
required to serve, upon Plaintiffs
Attorney, whose name and addreaa o ( 1 .Reserved _
appear hereon. your written de- i
fense. If any. to the Complaint In '
said suit. on or before the 27th Prices
day of September ,1962. else de- TOP VALUE STAMPS Good .. ,.
cree pro confesso will be entered

against WITNESS you.my hand and seal of With $5.00 or more Sept. 20-21-22, 1962 ,
said Court this 23rd day .of August. Food order
iflELTON Store :
196L SUPER Hour
(SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE and this Coupon at
Clerk of. said Court
P. O. Box S96.
Bunnell. Florida Coupon Expires 9.22-62 SaL 8 a.m.-9:00
Attorney for Plaintiff BUNNELL, FLORIDA p.m.
Aug. 30 & Sept. 6-lS-0-4tc

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. The Flagler Woman's Club'' Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Jonah 7.
' entertained ,state officers at the: Hale, winter visitors at Flagler { ,,
. club's first meeting of the sea Beach, will be grieved to heard I
'" son held Wednesday, September' of the death of Mr. Hale on Au- I J
:'- 12, in their club house at Flag. gust 27th in Detroit, Mich. Copeland's Lean MeatFranks \ Palm River Sliced Breakfast :,'
-" ler Beach.
Preceding ,the meeting, the.METHODIST CHURCH NEWS
" board of directors and club'I I Rev. Reynold Hoover's sermon ._ POUND
members attended a luncheon:!i topic for next Sunday will be I jiff,i: 39 BACON 55
for the two out of town guests I"Worship the Lord in the Beauty
at the Ocean Spray Restaurant.I of Holiness." Worship service is
Mrs. W. D. Brenner of Titus- at 11 a. m. ,and church school
ville, district six director, spokeon ,I time is 9:45 a. m. U. S. Choice Beef Chuck U. S. Choice Beef ChuckSTEAKS
the orientation of new mem-I : ;
bers and the organization of :the MARY KARL OFFERS
National Federation of Women's I Pound < Pound *
Clubs. Mrs. H. G. Heydt, president I
presided. 'Mrs. Clarence M. Registration now open fora
Shultz sang, accompanied by' daytime class in woodworking ,I
Mrs. Inez Crenshaw at the piano.' and cabinet making at the
A business meeting followed. Mary Karl division of Daytona COPELAND'S
Mrs. Reynold N. Hoover was I Beach Junior College, school officials -
hostess, assisted by Mrs. Edward i said today.Programmed .
I A. Kruger. The tea table was I to (train the stu- TENDER SMOKED PICNICS 39 I II
charmingly decrated with coral dent for employment in the
vine and white lilies, the color woodworking trades, the class is I
scheme being followed in the open to adults 16 years and !
rosebud decorated cake and older. 1 Lb. Can Maxwell House Giant;Size ;
cranberry punch. Theory of shop procedure in
Twenty members and five millwork, cabinet making, fin- '
guests were present. ishing and drafting will be included COFFEECan ." TIDE ::
Mrs. Brenner was accompanied in the course. I
by Mrs.- Glen Chapman of Details of operating one's own ", '::. ..
Titusville president of the Bre- business will be stressed. ,\ "
vard Branch of the Federationof Registration will be open at lib : _j BOX
Junior Women's Clubs. Collins Hall on campus from 9 39 : 49 : :

to three daily for the convenienceof ;I,
BAPTIST CHURCH ,NEWS new students.
Wednesday night at 7:30 Rev.
,Atlee Stevens began a study of Tourist expenditures in Flor- Limit ,1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order :
the Book of Acts during the regular ida during '1961 amounted to 'a
prayer meeting. Choir prac- record $2,943,266,000..Major items
tice was held after the meeting.Rev. included 23 per cent for lodging, 21/2 Size Can Halves Shurfine 2l/z Size Can Royal Purple
Steven's sermon topic for 18 per cent for food and drinkin
next Sunday will be "The Church restaurants, 12 per cent for Peaches 4 $ PLUMS 4 $100' I'
and the New Testament." amusements, 11 per cent for Cans' Cans ;
Church service is at 11 a. nu and clothing and footwear and eight
Sunday School is 'at 9:45. per cent for gasoline.

303 Can Stokley's. .AppleSAUCE 2l/z Size Can Shurfine Fruit

New power, durability in .

1963 Chevrolet truck line Cans 7' $100 1 Cocktail I Cans' 3 $100 s; ,


303 Size Can Green Giant 303 Size Can Delmonte Cream Style

s: x 5' $ 00 6 00
PEAS Cans | CORN Cans $1

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2l/z Size Can Show BoatPorkSBeans00 303 Size Can Mae DaeTomatoes

s.----1 : ; CaBS 9 $1 00 .

{,: a F. I
Gl/2 Oz. Food King Grated. No. 1 Can Duke's

TUNA Cans 5 ,$-00 Dog Food Caws 15 $1 00



9 Oz. Mr. G French Fried Sweet ,and Tasty Tpkay

modern, efficient sir-cylinder engines lead a *
Two new more Other POTATOES Pkg.10 GRAPES 2 Pounds 29
long list of improvements in the 1963 Chevrolet truck line. ,
features include a new front axle and spring design in medium-
and heavy-duty series for excellent,ride and durability; generally
independent front wheel coil spring-
heavier frames easy-riding
ing in light-duty models; narrower front sheet metal width for 10 Oz. Birdseye Sweet and Juicy BartlettSlra'wherries
easier handling in close quarters on many models and improved
body and sheet metal mounts for softer ride. 3. for 79$ PEARS, Pound 17* :,

8 oz. Winter Garden '. ,
AMBULANCE Chicken, Beef, or Turkey New Crop Georgia j \

SERVICE ST.PHONE AUGUSTINE.VAlley FLORIDA 4-1625 PIES, 2 for - - 35* Sweet Potatoes, Ib. 1OFLAGIFP

Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We ;
are always at your service with promptness. safety and _
experience. MEATS

t Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and_ Inhalator t 'J JI

Garcia Funeral Home

P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
PRICES GOOD THURS. FRI. SAT. SEPT. 20-21-22, 1962 '


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,and Kevin, Marie and Zena Mu Americans Are a "plank" from the candidate's
zyka, Mr. and Mrs. R H. Cant. platform.
rell, all of Bunnell; Mr. and Slogtms Made to Wear
Mrs. Ed Hawkins and childrenof Buttoning Up for Celluloid buttons, precursorsof

San Mateo; Mr. and Mrs. today's metal and plastic
National ElectionAmericans
LOCALS Paul Forsythe and children of disks, appeared in 1892. Since

Palatkar and C. J. Muzyka of are sprouting the then, the low cost and mass dis

Texas City, Texas. most ubiquitous of all political tribution of such emblems-over
200 million in the 1960 election
Insignia-the campaign button.
ROYAL NEIGHBORSTO West, Betty Spicer, Jean McCort, The red-white-and-blue lapel I(-has popularized the phrase,

MEET MONDAY Shelby Townsend, Debbie Herr, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dent pins spell out the preference of "Buttonholding the voter."

The Royal Neighbors will Maxine Buckles, Edythe Robertson and Mrs. Fred Ireland of Orlando an estimated 45 million voters I. Almost anything that could

meet at the home of Mrs. Jessie and the maternal grand- were visiting with friends who will elect 345 States Repre possibly endear a candidate'sname
Muzyka on Monday evening, mother, Lucille Cobb. and relatives here and in Flag sentatives and 38 Senators on and face to the public has

September 24, at 7:30. All members ler Beach Friday and Saturday.Mrs. November 6. been dispensed-arm bands,

are urged- to attend this Mrs. Hattie Kendall of Indianais For the first time in an off. hatpins, socks, neckties, canes,
visiting here with the John
meeting. year election, Maine will go to parasols, thimbles, pencils,
Kendall family, and also Mrs. I
Flossie Richardson has the polls with the rest of the plates, decanters, matches,
Eulene Brock, student purse W. E. Kudrna.' returned from a three weeks I nation. ,Before 1960, the bell- marching costumes, and bumper
, at Grady Memorial Hospital in I "Mr. and Mrs. John Clegg returned -I visit In Ft. Lauderdale. She was i weather state held elections inf t stickers which defy all effortsto

k Atlanta, Ga., was a recent visitor horn Tuesday evening accompanied home by Mr. and i I September, an exception granted remove them. ...
U at the home of her parents, Mr. from Miami where they attend. Mrs. Bruce Zook who returned in earlier days when bad roads I
ed the convention of county I Button collectors have!.formed
n and Mrs Joe Brock. to Ft. Lauderdale on Sunday. i and snow prevented farmers .
commissioners: Saturday through a society-the American Political -
from getting to the polls in late
Tuesday. I Item Collectors Association
fall.Now -for serious study of the
AT U.D.C. CHAPTER abuilding, the blizzard
MEETING THURSDAYMrs. ,BIBLE STUDY AT auutell dI/k f t deep-dyed tradition. One mem
of buttons, banners, and billboards -
METHODIST CHURCH I ber recently turned over 20,000
Walter Knight was host- School so characteristic of the
The second of series of Bible New I items to the Smithsonian Insti-
ess Thursday afternoon to the a American political scene, is anj j
of the Gen. Joseph Eg- studies on the Book of Romans i the tution.
meeting I age-old phenomenon, says <
Johnston of the was held at the First Methodist The first assembly program I National I Ij Political
gleston Chapter I Geographic Society. insignia are appar-
was held at Bunnell High I
United Daughters of the' Con- Church Wednesday evening.The 'j Roman Roads Had Billboards |. ently more than a colorfully I
on Wednesday morning
federacy.Mrs. pastor, Rev. William S. r i Banners waved in ancient'I casual propaganda gimmick."A .
Zack Holland who is a Spicer, Jr., is conducting the during the first period. The pro- ,'I Athens. Supporters of Roman button has a magical charac- i
those gram was on "Student Activi (
member of the St. Augustine study course and invites candidates scrawled slogans on ter, like :an Indian's warpaint" !
Chapter and also is serving as interested to join with them. ties. I stone road markers, anticipating I observed Dr. Emil A. Gutheil, t

district president, presented certifIcates each Wednesday evening. Brice 'Hosford read the scrip 'i the highway billboard by 2,000 editor of the American Journalof

of membership to mem- ture, Mary Brown led the stu ,} years. I II I Psychotherapy. "By wearingit
bers of the recently organizedlocal T. O Durrance returned to dent body in the Lord's Prayer,I I l Campaign buttons go back at ]I a person rallies his friends
chapter. his home here Tuesday from Gloria Harding led the salute i[least to the reign of Alexander and frightens his foes." "

Plans were made for membersto the Halifax Hospital in Daytona to ithe Flag, and Mr. Walter 1\lor-1 I[ the Great in the 4th century I -;

attend, the Division Conven Beach where he received medic. ris led the singing. Mr. Cannon B. dl The Macedonian ruler I
tion to be held in Jacksonville al treatment for a week. I I and Mr. Baggett made several sent silver buttons to constitu-

October 3.5 at which time the announcements and spoke brief- :I i exits, promising the ancient f'
Mrs. Leola Jones returned to
group will receive the charter. ly on the program of the school. equivalent of a New Deal.
Mrs. Knight was assisted in her home in Flagler Beach I I The following students rep. I I When the Byzantine Empire I IA SA iiNG'Y0UNG-AD

serving by Mrs. Tommy Dur- Tuesday after receiving treat- I I resented their clubs in present- ruled much of the Western
rance and :Mrs. Gene Knight. ment at .the Halifax Hospital in I, ing brief talks upon the aims World, men in Constantinople MAN WtANTER". ,, rI
Beach for several I II ,
Daytona days.I i I and purposes of their respective painted their fingernails'to show I

KIMBERLY KNIGHT clubs: Mechele Steflik, Beta ;their political persuasions. A
Richard I I I
Mr. and Mrs. Cantrell
HONORED WITH A Club; David Brown, Hi-Y Club; coalition of Blues and Greens

BIRTHDAY PARTY were visitors. in Jacksonville... I I I IJ [Brice Hosford, F.F. A.; Mary i I In A.D. 532 gave Emperor Jus

Kimberly Knignt, ...'young J Sunday.C. I Brown, F.T.A.; Janice Lovelace,' tinian I enormous trouble. e
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon I F. H. A.; Gloria Harding and J Political trinketry in America ]:,

Knight, was honored guest at J. Muzyka or Texas City, :'. Carolyne Clifton, Annual; Bar I(was not ignored by even the ,;r
a birthday party Monday after- Texas, visited here with his bara Smythe, Tri-Hi.Y, and i most visionary of Founding i

noon.: ..,. -.UJ .L. mother Mrs.. Jessie_ Muzyka, Friday Sandy Gumble, ,Library Club., Fathers. ,:
The party was given at the through Sunday. He is em- Annual Ad Sales I' George Washington. gave out]I
home of her parents, West ployed with the W. T. Grant Co. Members 'of the Senior Class locketlike pins with a picture :!

Moody Boulevard, and the ,occasion and is ,attending a seminar in sold Annual Ads on Monday, i of himself on the front and a Ay, NIs ISFASY

was in celebration of her Atlanta this week before returnIng September 10th. Sales exceeded i i mirror in back. Worn by ladies I I SERVElc

fourth birthday anniverasry. to Texas City. ,expectations and were greater[around their necks, they could

The Cinderilla Theme ,was car- I than last year. Annual Ads will !'turn the---- "gadget around_nun to-- use_ I!
ried out in the decorations and ENTERS NURSES TRAINING I be solicited further by students t the mirror when a curl popped I,

the birthday cake. J Julia Gordon left last week I and any who desire them should| out of place. Gay blades wore 1 I

Guests included: Cindy Mc- I for Gainesville where she en-, I contact a member of the Annual t buttons Initialed GW.

Cort Gary and Bobby Bullock, tered the Nurses Training I Staff or Mr. Ted Hein, Annual Early political insigniji- in the I

Peggy, Patty, Franky and Bill School at Alachua General Hos- Sponsor. I United States were made of I

Reynolds, Jerry Townsend, Brax- pital. She is the daughter of Election of Class Officers I brass, silver, lead, wood, and '

I ton and Jimmy Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. (Bruz) Gor Mrs. McCoy's 7A Homeroom bone. Holes were bored In some I I

Daphne Rodgers, Tammy Rob- don. elected the following officers for I so they could be suspended from .

ertson, Susan Clegg, Leah Tucker I the 1962.63 School Year: Tom I a watch fob. Others displayed

Kathy and Buddy West, Debbie ENJOYS FAMILY : .'.. Duncan, president; Ben Cannon,I I
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I Atkinson, D u a n e Sizemore, Mrs. Jessie Muzyka and her secretary and treasurer;

I Sheryl ndVendy Zellers, family enjoyed a reunion and Thomas, class reporter. \vesleY..1 I II .
i Rocky Spicer, Patricia Peavy, buffet supper at her home Fri voted to collect 50 cents . ,j:.'' ",;: I

Kathleen and Sherry Buckles, day night. ly dues. I -t.-iW : ,: '
I, and Jannell Revels. Those attending were: Mr. and Library Club I II .. '" ;!J.,, .. .
Mothers present included Carol :Mrs. Lee Blakely and MargieLee The Library Club met Tues. \ > }:.

Jean Atkinson, Joan Peavy,II Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Love day, September 18th in the cafe- :-{ :,
Marsha Zeller, Laura Reynolds," lace and family, Mr. and :Mrs. teria at the reserved tables dur- "

li Geraldine Thompson, Doris'Jack Clegg and Sharon, Mr. and ing the lunch hour. The pur- .. -.. J
Tucker, Penny Sizemore, Marie Mrs. Otis Hunter and Rocky pose of the meeting was to electa <. ". ':
i reporter and a historian. The STOP THEGUESSWORK -' .; '" . I

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rance, and the historian was : .. !

Carolyn Harris. Plans for .. a
NOTICEOccupational beach party were discussed I
which will be held on September -
I Some, things are pure isfaction In knowing that
29th. Mrs. John A. Cannon,
librarian guesswork . like the num. things are what they appear
Jr. is and sponsor J
Licenses will I the club. I ber of petals in a rose, how to be.

1 Future Teachers Club many beans there are in, a For example, after trading

be due October 1 1962. The Future Teachers Club of I jar, and 'whether she loves with a local merchant for .

.Bunnell High School met In me or loves me not.; many years, we determine

Room 13 on Thursday, September that he is dependable, that
I Some things one can be '
License fees are the 13th. Mrs. Emma H. Murray he sells quality merchandise
sameas certain about. .. the number
faculty sponsor, met with at fair prices and that his '
I of pints in a quart, the num-
the group. The purpose of the word "is as good as his
last To avoid ber of quarts a gallon, the \
year. pen- meeting was to elect officers and bond.
number of feet In mile .
discuss plans. a .
organizational We know that he sells two

Officers elected were: Mary When you stop to think of pints with every quart, fourIt
be be-
'alty, must paid on or Brown, president; Sandy Gum- there's a ,certain value .in quarts with every gallon-

ble vice president; Sharon reliability and a definite sat and that's not guesswork.

fore November 1 1962. Townsend, secretary; Nancy Wil
son, treasurer; Lorraine Wynd-
f I
ham historian, and Linda Har-

CITY OF BJNNELL, ris was, parliamentarian.appointed reporter.The :Mary. Pache. I; Trade at Home for Y,_ Ora :akel .

.. acrd jf
olaN a gro ress

L Mrs. Nancy Rodgers, Clerk I old fort at Ft.,Clinch State t

Park in Fernandina Beach was

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J -
; Snow Avalanches nickname, "white death." The Summer Gives Way spinning planet is halfway around I Time for Poets --'" .
fine powder sifts into the nos- I
elliptical I
trail the
I It is a time for poets to dust
Rank trils and throat; it can fatally North Pole reaches its farthest! off words
AmongNature's To Fall
High I choke people a half-mile from As Earth point from the sun to herald:harvests and describing bountiful
I I thtnkling-crisp
the slide.
the beginning of. winter. mornings. John '
Destroyers I The worst avalanche disasterever Reaches EquinoxThe Day Equals, NightAt : observed -, t

The snow .avalanche, a phenomenon recorded occurred on December Northern Hemisphere points on the orbit mid- :I "No spring, nor summer
I 13, 1916 in World War Ion
that recently engulfed spins into autumn at 7:34 a. m. way between the solstices the beauty hath such grace .

nine Peruvian villages is one of i the Austrian-Italian front. A eastern standard time Sunday, autumnal and vernal equinoxes As I have seen in one au- 0,;;-
nature's most destructive forces. i series of slfdes killed 10,000 soldiers ' ,
September 23. mark fall and spring. A few tumnal face."
Snowslides approach the ener- I of both armies. Avalanches Summer ends when the before '
sun days the vernal equinox Of course, different people react
I took at least lives
60,000 the
gy of torriadpes earthquakes I crosses the Equator. Or to putit : and a few days after the autumn to the season in different I i

and floods the National Geographic -I Alps during that war. more accurately, the earth equinox, day equals night. ways. William Cullen Bryant .fi,,
It is
Society says. They are [ nearly impossible to escape reaches the point in its orbit The autumnal equinox is a had this greeting for autumn:

not so widely feared, because the path of a fast-moving where its axis is aimed neither reminder that changes are in 'The melancholy days are come, '

most occur in remote mountain slide, but some persons have away from nor toward the sun. ,the air. Birds wing south, their the saddest of -the year." ,

fastnesses where no one lives. I survived snow burial. In 1951, A perpetual tilt in the' axis formations tracing dark waverIng ,By December 22, autumn will

But an avalanche that strikesa an avalanche in the Austrian gives the earth its changes of I tendrils against the sky. all be over. The earth will have

settled area is awesome Millions -r Alps entombed a man for 10 season, the National Geographic People made sluggish by a sum- traveled another quarter of the '\,

of tons of wet snow roar i days. He painfully scratched his Society says. of '"
mer wading through high way around the sun, and win-
down a mountainside, sweepingup way to the surface .then waited The tilt amounts to 23% degrees humidity suddenly show a lit- ter will be officially upon us. '

earth boulders, and trees, two days for rescue., from'an imaginary per- tle more bounce in their step.

smashing houses like matchboxes Snow Loses GripAvalanches pendicular. Jt always slants in Life in general seems to tRu -

erasing railroads and ,are triggered by the same direction thus the quicken as children troop to I !

highways, blocking rivers changes in both the internal I North Pole leans toward / and from school. The chatter

crushing concrete and steel and external forces that holda during .nart of the earth's iotl1'n.1, I of football announcers sets the _
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bridges. mass of snow together on a ey and away from it during an- pace for leaf-raking chores. The

Dry Snow Moves Fast slope., The factors include over- other part. The moment when holiday season is just a coupleof P

Wet snow avalanches are relatively loading temperature; shearing, the North Pole leans most di- calendar pages away. TAB .'

slow, but dry snow may and vibration.The rectly toward the sun is the Autumn also brings a special

whistle down a steep slope at weight of the snow itself summer> solstice which, in 1962, brand of weather. Scientists explain -

extraordinary speed., On March may overcome its natural ad occurred on June 21. that during the season's

6, 1898 an avalanche whirled hesion. A rise in temperaturetends Six months later, when our still, dry, lengthening nights,

down the Vorder-Glarnisch in to weaken the bonds of a I fewer cloud layers linger above Prompt Service

eastern Switzerland at an esti- snow mass; a drop' retards its the crack of a whip can set up I the earth to contain its warmth. .

mated 280 miles an hour. It settlement.A vibrations that will start an Dew glistens as vapor condensed PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US

swept across a valley floor near- skier cutting across a slopeor avalanche. Swiss legends has it I on surfaces quickcooledby ... .Ii

ly two miles wide and climbedup snow falling from a tree may that the dulcet tones of a cello I rapid dissipation of heat into

the opposite slope. shear off a huge slab of 'packed once touched off a major slide, the atmosphere. Fog forms in The Flagler Tribune \

Dry snow avalanches drive' a snow and send it rumbling downa which may account for that In- lowlands; streams and lakes I

column of compressed air ahead mountain. strument's unpopularity in send plumes of steam into the Phone IDlewood 7-3282 -
of them and create a vacuumin I Thunder a pistol shot even t gWItzerlandI dry air. BunnelL Florida I

their wake. The blast of air l I t .- i

splinters trees considerable distances ',

from the slide path. A II

few years ago the _air pressure t

accompanying snowslides blew 1.
eight freight cars off their rails.
.,- 1 1I .
The trailing often '
vacuum ,. r
blows windows from nearby: "- ':' r -'

houses When the Alpine village > ,

of Blons Austria was de- : Wise Shoppers : i

stroyed by an avalanche eight I ,

.years ago, the suction actually i ( !

pulled several, people from their 1 1J'

homes.An avalanche of very light \ / A.,.; ,, .T' Turn to the r' ,p. 'f -1 i' '

snow insidiously lives up to .its r' c- I


In compliance with House Bill
No. 1175. Chapter 20953. Laws of \
Florida Acts of 1941 as amended
the undersigned will register with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court in
and for Flagler County. Florida i ,
upon receipt of proof of publicationof
this notice the following: fictitious Want Ads :
located at Bunnell. Florida under ,
which we are engaged in the busi-
ness of selling groceries and meatsat .
retail and that the undersignedare
the only persons Interested in First! -
said business. ftI
Dated at Bunnell.. Florida this -
30th day of August. A. D. 1962. V-AlJ I, ;: t'
Sept. 6-13-20-7-4tc .
Sealed bids will be received In .
the office of the City Clerk of the I i
City of Bunnell. Florida in the _
Civic Center Building on or before S ; '
12:00: o'clock noon on the 15th day .--i_ t
of October A. D. 196%. for fire I \4J\: .
equipment as specified below to be ... ..
mounted on a 1963 one-ton truck: Wise Sellers Turn:To Our
Front mount single stage centrif- K ,
ugal pump rated capacity from Classified Ads Too! 4'
draft of 500 g. p.m. at 150 lbs., j
2 2W discharge caps. I "
I 4" suction cap. 1
t 400 ID. pressure gauge Wise people who have something to
1 0-30" 150 lb. compound I ". !
vacuum 1 vacumatic pressure primer gauge. \ sell know that when wise people want : :,

1 cooler' line .
1 instrument light. to buy they check h A "
200 gal. booster tank. our Classified Ads
2" booster:suction on line-valved I No matter what it is you. want to buy . a 1908 I
1" booster discharge line-valved. first-so wise sellers just naturally turn
1 booster hose
150 ft. I" booster line reel.--coupled. auto- or a 1962 automatic appliance . you'll probably ''.
1 combination fog-solid stream to The Flagler Tribune and place their
nozzle. find it faster if you check our Classified Ads first. ;
2 rear hose lights (sealed i
"For Sale" ads
beams), our Classified .; ,
1 rear hold-on bar. And, what's more, items sold through the Classified Ads I
1 rear platform step. Ads cost so, very little for such very ' '. .
Ladder '
carrying and
nearly always mean bigger savings. The to I
loci r easy! way '
fast results.!
suction carriers and locks. .
1 10 ft. roof ladder and hooks. shop? You bet-as easy as sitting in armchair and ' ; !i
your '
1-20 ft. 'extension ladder (two & ";; ; .. "

pieces 1 4).. suction. outfit consistingof talking on the telephone. Be wise -shop' our' Classified < :
two 10 ft. sections 4" wire lined ;
suction hose with male 'and female Ads this -::;
couplings attached.. very day '
1 4" suction strainer :
1 4 x 2%. double female hydrant .
connection. .
1 suction'spanner wrench. .- ; K .f: J'
Truck painted red and lettered I
both sides cab doors "Bunnell Fire For Fast Results .
Department No. 2f '

mitted Minor If specification clearly shown changes In bid.per- READ
Bid Should specify delivery date. and USE The
Bunnell.Price quoted Florida.should be'F. O. B. Flagler .Tribune ;

The City Commissioners reserves]J g:. :
the right to" reject any and all HE WANT ADSREGUIARLY
bids and to waive in informalities .,
In bidding1 and also to accept the "
hid that in Its judgment will b* ,' '. -
for the best Interest'of the' City of : TO PLACE ADS, PHONE ID 7-3282 -
Bunnell. Florida.WITNESS :"
my hand and official .
real this 18th day of September.I w- -
A. D. 1962. -
(Seal) C. B. Elaenbach. Mayor!! S -
City of Bunnell.., Florida,
ATTEST Nancy:C.. R.dgers. City Clerk.' .;:..;: ;: .. .. ..'ft\l' f{ .'.." ;'_" "_< '. : ,._ ;",- . ri.....
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each regular election year. Mem- ballot at such other election the pose of employing Assistant County

.l bers of the senate and house of proposition whether subsection 1 Solicitors and other office person
, TiiisiiiD representatives shall be elected as shall be effective in such county. I nel shall thereafter be used for the
provide by law. Any new county (3) Any county adopting the provisions I operation of the State Attorneys office -
that may be created shall be en- of subsection (1) hereof of the Fourth (4th) Judicial

titled to one (1) member in the may after four years return to its Circuit,. and for the employing of
house of representatives in excessof former status and reject the provisions Assistant State Attorneys and other

i' any limit prescribed in, the of this section by the same personnel of that office and the
I following sections of this article procedure outlined in subsection State Attorney is hereby authorizedto
ADS until the next reapportionment and (2) hereof for adopting the provisions employ such personnel including

the county shall be assigned when thereof in the beginning.NO. Assistant State Attorneys and investigators -

Created: to a senatorial district as 3 in the same number and

determined by he legislature. HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. to be paid the same salary as the
I Li.t1I1C'11 under this beading are 3 cents per word each insertion* Section 2. REPRESENTATION IN 1730A number of Assistant County Solici-

75 cent 1. minimum charge. THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. the JOINT RESOLUTION proposing tors and investigators employed by

I I Representation in as amendment to Article III, Sec- the County Solicitor of Duval County -
FOR SALE-1957 Harley David. '- WANTED-Scrub and crippled house of representatives of the tion 29 of the ,State Constitution i Florida. '
Florida legislature shall be apportioned relating to impeachment of of- I NO. 6
son Motorcycle, Model 74, excel- livestock. Call 439.2014 Bunnell among the several counties ficers. SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION

of the state as follows: Each coun- I BE IT RESOLVED the NO. 344
lent condition. Also 1952 Stude- between 8 A. M. and 5 P M. by Legisla-
ty shall be entitled to one repre
ture of the State of Florida: A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing
baker truck. Tel. ID 73148. ,Sept. 202tpWANTEDBulk sentative. Each county shall have That article III. section 29 of an amendment to Article V, Sec-
I one additional representative for the Florida constitution be amended tion 6, Subsection (2) of the State

Sept. 20-Itp I -- (I... P. Gas) cus- each representative ratio or major as set forth below and that said Constitution relating to the num-
fraction thereof. Any county hav-
resolution be submitted to the elec- ber of Circuit Judges providedby
ZIG ZAG SEWING MACHINE tomers. Call Harris Appliance & ing more than four (4) representative tors of Florida for ratification or the Legislature.BE .
ratios shall have one repre- the the
rejection at general election to IT RESOLVED by Legisla-
Repossessed due to unfortunate Gas. ID 7-3367, Bunnell, Florida. sentative in addition to all others be held In November. 1962: ture of the State of Florida:
herein provided. The representative SECTION 29. Impeachment of of- That article V, section 6, sub-
i 'circumstances. 62 model, perfect Aug 30-tfc ratio shall be the quot- ficers.-The House of Representatives section (2) of the Florida consti-

condition. forward and ient obtained by dividing the shall have the sole power of tution be amended as set forth below -
Sews reverse FOR SALE--30 foot house trailer, population of the state accordingto Impeachment. The speaker of the and that said resolution be

makes buttonholes, sews the latest federal census by the House may appoint a committee to submitted to the electors of Flor-
Masonite. Call ID 73410. number of counties; providing that investigate alleged grounds for impeachment ida for ratification or rejection at
on buttons, embroiders & mon- until the general election in 1964 against any officer sub- the general election to be held in
6-21-tf I no county shall have fewer representatives ject to impeachment either duringor November 1962:
darns & tacks
ograms, than it would have been between legislative sessions; buta SECTION 6. Circuit Courts.2

& hems, etc. Assume 6 paymentsof REQUEST FOIl BIDS entitled to under the Constitution vote of twothirds3) of all Circuit Judges. The legislature may
Sealed bids will be received In !I of 1885. as amended in 1924. members present shall be requiredto provide for one (1) circuit judgein
$7.75. CL 5-1161, Daytona the office of the City Clerk of the Section 3. SENATE.- The repre- impeach any officer; and all Im- each circuit for each fifty thousand -
Beach. sept. 13 City of Bunnell Florida in the sentation in the senate of the Florida peachments shall be tried by the (50.000) inhabitants or major
5tp. Civic Center Building on or before legislature shall consist of for- Senate. When sitting for that purpose fraction thereof according to the

12:00 o'clock noon on the 15th I ty-six (46) members each repre- the senators shall be upon last census authorized by law. In

FOR RENT OR SALE-3 bedroom day of October. A. D. 1962. for one senting a district. Twenty-four. oath or affirmation and no person circuits having more than one (1)
piece of fire apparatus with the (24) districts shall consist of the shall be convicted without the concurrence judge the legislature may designatethe
block house, corner lot, Howe & following minimum specifications twenty-four (U) most populous.. of twothirds3) of the place of residence of any such

Palmetto water softener near and equipment. counties according to the latest Senate presentThe Senate may additional judge or judges.NO. .
Built on and Including: chassis federal decennial census. Twenty- adjourn to a fixed time for the 7

school, excellent condition. Call and cab of 132" wheelbase. 292 cu. two (22) districts shall counties be created of trial of any impeachment,. and may HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO.
in. V-8 engine, auxiliary heavy from the remaining sit for the purpose of such trial -
ID 7-3206, Bette McDaniel,. Bun- I duty springs, 1963 model equipped the state with the view of effectingas whether the House of Representatives A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing
equitable representation as prac-
nell,. 9-6-tf. with: be in session or not. but the revision of the Preamble of the
1 Four speed transmission. time fixed for such trial shall not
shall be divided in Constitution of the State of Flor-
No county .
Front mount single stage centri- be more than six (6) months from ida.
district. county
FOR RENT-one bedroom fur- fugal pump rated capacity from creating separated a from the remainder of the time articles of impeachment BE IT RESOLVED by the Legisla-
draft of 500 m. at 150 lbs., shall be preferred by the House of
g.p. the district of which it is part by ture of the State of Florida:
ished apartments with garage. 22%" discharge caps, more than a county which was Representatives. The Chief Justice The following proposed revisionof
1 4" suction cap formerly part of the same dis- shall preside at all trials by Im- the preamble of the Constitution -
Corner Main Street and Highway a
1 400 lb. pressure gauge. trict in 1961. peachment except in the trial of of Florida is hereby agreed to

AlA. Flagler Beach, $40.00 Per 1 0-30" 150 lb. ,compound Section 4. LEGISLATIVE AP- the Chief Justice, when the Gov- and shall be submitted to the electors -
vacuum pressure gauge. PORTIONMENT.-The 1963 Legis- ernor shall preside The Governor. of the State for approval or
Month, Phone HE 92229. 1 vacumatic primer, lature shall be composed of the Administrative officer of the Exec- rejection at the next general election

6.4tc 1 cooler line, legislators elected pursuant. to the utive Department. Justices of the that is to say:
I Sept. 1 Instrument light Constitution of 1885 as amended Supreme Court and Judges of the PREAMBLE

I. I 200 gal. booster tank. and of the additional legislatorsas Circuit Court shall be liable to Impeachment "We. the people of the State of

FOR SALE-25' Chris Craft Cabin 2" booster suction on line-valved provided for herein. If this for any misdemeanor in Florida, being grateful to Almighty
1" booster discharge line-valved, article is ratified at the general office, but judgment in such cases God for our constitutional liberty.
Cruiser, 115 h. p. Chrysler marine 1 booster hose reel election in November. 1962 the shall extend only to removal from In order to secure its benefits, forma
t 150 ft. 1" booster line-coupled. legislature shall be apportioned office and disqualification to hold more perfect government, insure
en'gine. Sleeps three, head, 1 combination fog-solid stream according to apportionment? bills any office of honor trust or profit domestic tranquillty. maintain pub-

ideal for offshore fishing or nozzle. passed at the 1962 Extraordinary under the. State; but the party con- lic order, and guarantee equal civil
2 rear hose lights (sealed Session of the Legislature provided victed or acquitted shall neverthe- and political rights to all do ordain
cruising, perfect condition1. $1,375. beams), nothing in this amendment shall less be liable to indictment trial and establish this constitution.NO. .
1 rear hold-on bar. prohibit any representaitve or and punishment u-ccordlns to law.
Charlie Rockett Fishermen's Inn 8
1 rear platform step senator elected in the 1962 general NO. 4 HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO.
Flagler Beach. 9-6-4tc Ladder carrying brackets and election pursuant to the Constitu- HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION 1965

locks. tion of 1885 as amended, from NO. 1853A A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing
2 suction carriers and locks serving in said office for the term JOINT RESOLUTION
proposingan revision of Article I of the Con-
COULD THIS BE YOU? A per- 1-10 ft. roof ladder and hooks.. for which he was elected, nor shall amendment to Article XVI of stitution of the State of Florida.
1 20 ft. extension ladder (two this amendment prohibit a senator the Constitution of Florida by
son looking for just the right opportunity BE IT RESOLVED by the Legisla-
piece), now serving from completing his adding thereto an additional sec- ture of the State of Florida:
? A connection with a 1 4" suction outfit consistingof term to which he was elected, and tion to be numbered by the Sec- The following proposed revisionof
two 10 ft. sections 4" wire lined the additional legislative offices retary of State authorizing the
Article I of the Constitution of
National Real Estate organization suction hose with male and female herein created shall be filled by County of Pasco to hold civil Florida Is hereby agreed to and .

who would back you, coach couplings attached. and at a special election to be jury trials in any branch court shall be' submitted to the electors
I 4" suction strainer held in the affected counties or house within the county.BE of the State for
approval rejec-
you, teach you the business, advertise 1 4X2% double female hydrant districts, as provided by law. such IT RESOLVED by the Legislature tion at the next general or election.

connection election to be held within one of the State of Florida: that is to say: ,
for you furnish all 1 auction wrench hundred and (120) days
you spanner twenty That the following amendment to ARTICLE I. Boundaries. The
Truck painted red and lettered after the effective date hereof. article XVI of the Constitution of -
necessary material? We need state boundaries are: Begin at the
both sides cab doors "Bunnell Fire The senators elected from the new Florida be added and numbered by
mouth of the Perdido River, which
someone in your community. A Department No.2". even numbered districts shall be the Secretary of State and be sub- for the purposes of this descriptionis
Minor specification changes elected for, term of four (4)
permitted a years
mitted to the electors of the Stateof
man, a lady or man & wife team. if clearly shown in bid. and the new senators elected from Florida for ratification defined as the: point where lati-
or rejection tude 30'16'53"p ndrth and
_Bid should specify delivery'dat the odd numbered districts shall longitude
at the general election of
Like to talk it- with 8731'06 west intersect thence
over our to
I r Price quoted should be F. O. B. be elected for a term of two (2) November. 1962. the point where latitude 30'17'02

State Manager? Drop him a Bunnell Florida. years; thereafter all senators shall Section Civil Jury TrialsIn north and longitude 87'31'06 West
The City Commissioners reserves be elected for four (4) terms.
year Pasco County location in
; cer- Intersect thence to the where
short letter about Ask : point -
yourself. the to and all The shall
right reject any legislature reapportion tain branch court houses within latitude 30-18'00 north and longi-
him to visit and bids and to waive any Informalities its representation in accordancewith said County. The Legislature may, tude 8727'08 west Intersect thenceto
you answer any :
in bidding, and also to accept this article at the 1971 regular from time to time and as the busi- the point where the
center line
questions you may have. WriteE. the bid that in its judgment will session of the legislature and every ness of Pasco County may require, of the Intracoastal Canal (as the
be for the best interest of the ten (10) years thereafter based
provide that trial by jury of all
K. Davis, State Manager, City of Bunnell Florida. upon the preceding latest federal civil suits, property' triable by Jury ion same g itud existed' e 87.27'00"on June wee 12.ti 1953)n t tract and t.,
Strout Realty, 629% East Broad- WITNESS my hand and official decennial census. according to law may be had and I the same b.ei gVVln the ,middle of
seal this 10th day of September In the event the legislature shall held in addition to the county seat the Perdido River thence the
way, Ocala, Florida. A real op- A. D. 1962. fail to reapportion the representation In any branch court house within middle of the Perdido River up to the
(SEAL) C. B. Eisenbach Mayor as required by this article, said county. The legislature I
portunity for someone. City of Bunnell Florida. the shall call the legisla- may point where it intersects the south
governor provide also that the clerk of of the
( any boundary State of Alabama.
ATTEST: Nancy Rodgers ture together in extraordinary ses-
Sept. 6-13-2tc court or any other court officer. I being also the point of intersectionof
City Clerk. sion to consider the question of reapportionment within said county shall maintain the middle of the Perdido River
Sept. 13-20-2tc and such extraordinary -
such offices within such, municipality with latitude Sl'OO'OO" north thence-
A WATKINS ROUTE in this area session shall mandatorilybe and have available such official east along the south boundary; ,

is available for ambitious manor I Proposed Constitutional membership required before to reapportion adjournmentand its books be and .records therein, as may line of the State of Alabama the-
necessary to accomplish the
pur- same being latitude Sl'00'00. northto
( lady) 35 to 65. Earn $97.50 'Amendments To Be Votedon such extraordinary session so poses of this amendment; provided the middle of the Chattahooche
called shall until
not expire -
reapportionment however that the principal officesof
Rivet; thence down the middle of
per week, or more. Car and ref November 6, 1962 is effected and shall such clerks or other officers said river to its confluence with

erences necessary. For personal NOTICE OF ELECTION consider reapportionment.no business other than shall not be removed from the the Flint River; thence in a straight

WHEREAS, the Legislature of Section 5. STATE CENSUS.-The count seat. Ifne to the head of the St. Mary's
interview in I NO. 5
your area, River; thence down the middle of
1961 and. the Extraordinary legislature shall no longer be required i SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION
Watkins Fieldman, 659 West of 196%. under the Constitution of to provide for an enumera- NO. 218 said river to the Atlantic Ocean
1885 of the State of Florida, did tion of the Inhabitants of the state. : A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing and extending therein to a- point

i Peachtree St., NE, Atlanta, Ga. pass Joint Resolutions proposing The last preceding decennial federal i an amendment to Section 9A. of the three Florida(3) geographic miles from'
line meaning
amendments and revisions to the census beginning with the
Sept 6 4tc Article V. of the State Constitution -
the line
of low
ordinary water a-
Constitution of the State of Florida federal census of 1960 shall also relating to the Duval
I County loner that of the
portion coast
agreed to be the and shall
and the same were state census con- Criminal Court of record.
M FOR SALE-L. P.Bulk Gas. We by a vote of three-fifths of the trol inall population acts and BE. IT RESOLVED by the Legisla- open which sea is in and direct the line contact marking with the the-
Members elected, to each house; constitutional apportionments unless -
ture of the State of Florida
will fill your tank or we will that the votes of said Joint Resolu- otherwise ordered by the That section 9A of Article V.: of seaward southeastwardly limit of inland water1'thence ,

furnish you with a tank. Call tions were entered upon their respective legislature. the Florida constitution be amended line three (3) geographic following miles a
Journals, with the yeas Section 6. If any part of this
by adding a second and third
Harris Appliance? & Gas. Co. at and nays thereon and they did joint resolution Is declared uncon- unnumbered paragraphs relating to distant from the Atlantic coast line
of the state and three
(3) leagues
determine and direct that the said stitutional or null andvoid then
ID 7-3367 Bunnell Florida. state attorney as prosecuting distant from the Gulf of Mexico
Joint Resolutions be submitted to the entire resolution shall be null attorney of the Duval county crim-
the electors of the State at the void and inoperative.NO. coast line of the state to and
Aug. 30-tfc inal court of record and that said around
the Tortugas Islands: thence
November 6, ZCOMMI'M"EE
General Election on
resolution be submitted to the elec- northeastwardly three (3) league
SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reasonable therefore I. TOM ADAMS HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. tors of Florida for ratification or distant from the coast line to a
Now. rejection at the) gen -,.1 election to point three
(3) leagues distant
Secretary of State of the State of 1443A be held in November 1962
rates. George Jarosz phone ; from the coast line of the main- '
Florida, do hereby give notice JOINT RESOLUTION proposingan SECTION 9A. A'" 'Itlonal judge land :
thence north and northwest-
amendment to Article XII of ;
ID 7-3410 5-17-n-17-pald that a GENERAL ELECTIONwill the State Constitution adding ,;a Duval record.County criminal court of arly. three (3) leagues distant

each In Section to be numbered by the from the coast! line to a point wet
held county
be in On and after the first Tuesday
EXPERT REPAIR SERVZCE Florida on Tuesday next suceed- Secretary State relating to the after the first Monday in January of three the mouth(3) leagues of the from Perdido the River: !

Hi-Fi ing the first Monday in NovemberA. election or appointment of super 1965. the Ftate Attorney of the coast I
On TV, Radios, Sewing D.. 196%. the said Tuesday being intendent of public instruction In Fourth (4th) Judicial Circuit shall O'Ol'OO line as measured west from on the a line bearing 'I
of beginning
Machines, Vacuum Cleaners and the Sixth day of November' for the Alachua. Charlotte. Collier. Man be the prosecuting attorney of the : thence along said line f- !
I ratification or rejection of the atee. Orange. Lee. Monroe. Leon. Criminal Court of Record of 'Duval the
all small appliances. All work Joint Resolutions proposing amend- Indian River St. Lucie. Broward County. Florida and the office of The point legislature of beginning.extend the ;
ments and revisions to the Consti- Baker. Brevard. Hendry and I County may
Solicitor the position of
coastal .
Ormond boundaries to such limits ,
guaranteed. Hardware, tution of the State of Florida, viz: Hillsborough counties.BE Assistant County Solicitor the position the laws of --,,,
as the United States
No. 1 IT RESOLVED by the Legisla- ;
50 W. 'Granada next 7-Eleven Special Investigator for International
or law .
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION ture of the State of Florida: the County Solicitor in Duval Coun- may

Ormond Beach, .Fla., Phone 677- NO. SO-X That article XII of the Florida ty shall stand abolished and terminated HOUSE JOINT.RESOLUTION 9
A JOINT RESOLUTION PRO- Constitution be amended 'as set
: and thereafter the State
4414. May, 17-tic:. POSING AN AMENDMENT TO forth below and that said resolu- Attorney and his Assistant Attorneys A JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 1998
ARTICLE VII OF THE CON- tion be submitted to the electors proposingrevision
-- under his direction. shall perform of Article
II of the Con-
.Ocean front housekeeping, apartments STITUTION OF THE STATEOF of Florida for ratification or rejec- all the duties and functionsof stitution of the State of Florida.
FLORIDA. PROVIDING FOR tion at the general election to beheld office heretofore performed by BE
1 and 2 :bedrooms compete APPORTIONMENT' OF THE in November 1962. the County Solicitor. Pending In- IT of RESOLVED the State by of the Florida Legislature : -

FLORIDA LEGISLATURE SECTION-.County superintendent formations filed In the Criminal The
with linens and all utilities. PROVIDING FOR A STATE of instruction appointment following proposed revisionof
public ; Court of Record shall not be Invalidated Article II of the Constitution of
Sun deck, fishing, swimming CENSUS AND SPECIAL ELEC- In certain counties.CD .- hereby and the State Attorney Florida a-..red t...
TIONS. The county superintendent of or his Assistant, State Attorneys iiJi iCbe submitted to the ctors; -
loafing., Day, week ,or month. BE IT RESOLVED BY TIlE public Instruction shall be appointed may file amended Informa of the State for approval
I LEGISLATURE OF THE STATEOF by the county board of tions In any such cases If and when tion at the next or rejec-
general election.
Sea Manor Beach.
Sun. Flagler FLORIDA: public Instruction in the counties necessary. The Legislature may that Is to sari:
HE 9-2082 7-6tf That the following amendment of of Alachua. Charlotte. Collier Manatee provide for Assistant State Attor- ARTICLE II. Division of Pow-
Article VII of the Constitution of Orange, Lee. Monroe Leon. neys and Special Investigators for ers.-The of
-. Florida Is agreed to and shall be Indian St. powers the govern-
River. Lucie Broward. the State Attorney of the Fourth ment of the shall
Slate be
f submitted to the eleetors'of this Baker. Brevard. Hendry and Hills- Judicial Circuit and all Assistant Into three departments divided .
state for ratification or rejectionat borough wherein the proposition Is State : Legislative.
Attorneys of said Fourth Judicial Executive, and Judicial.
JOHNSTONSFLAGLER the general election to be held affirmed by a majority vote of the Circuit shall be appointed by properly belonging No of person th0
in November.. IS62: qualified electors of any such coun- the State Attorney and sworn in one
departments shall
BEACH REALTY CO. ARTICLE VII ty making the office of county superintendent by the Court and such Assistant exercise any
I power appertaining
to either of
APPORTIONMENT AND CENSUS of public Instruction State Attorneys shall work under
LOTS HOMES..OCEAN .FRONT the other departments. except In
Section 1. COMPOSITION OF appointive. the direction of the State Attor-
WATER FRONT, FARMS, THE I nISLATURE.-The legislature (2) The board of public Instruction ney and shall have full authority constitution.In cases expressly. provided by this -
I of the State of Florida shall of the county must requestan to do and perform any official du- I
ACREAGE consist of a senate and a, house of election, which may be a special ties and acts that the State Attor- I hereunto Testimony Whereof I have

See.o. for your reel estate ned. i I senate representatives.shall be Members elected for of term the of election any regular or may primary be on or the general ballot said may Fourth do Judicial ad. Perform Circuit.within ida the Great set Seal my of the hand State and of affixed Flor-

Office Phone HE 9-2242 of four (4) years and member of election to be designated by the Upon I at Tallahassee the Capital.'
the house shall be elected for a board of public Instruction and adopted all funds appropriated being this Cth day of September 'A. 11.

Residence Phones ID ?-3691ills !I term of two (2) years. The term of unon such timely request the boardof law approved by the Budget Com-by 1962. TOM ADAMS I
members of the legislature shall county commissioner of such i
ID 7-9517, I expire on the; first Tuesday after county will can such special election I effaCountp Cbmmissionerstof Board Duval (SEAL Secretary of State,

'! the first Monday in November In or cause to be placed on the I Coun}T. Florida and for the pur- Sept. 13-20) -2tcr


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r: : Negev into a busy port. AVIth accessto Predicts Flu Siege I 1953. medical and health services,
: Development the Red' Sea and Indian Dr Sharp said annual immu I I public safety, public utilities,

",- Ocean it looks forward to becoming I nization is especially for
; WinterInfluenza urgent transportation, education and
Uncovers, Past, Holds I an important transshipment During II persons of all ages who have I I communications fields.

point for Asian and East cases in Florida already I chronic diseases; pregnant women He said persons taking flu

t, i: Key to :Israel Future African trade-a hope supported I have more than doubled, ; persons under five and those II vaccine for the first time should *.

1 and future by memories of the days the total for all of last year and I[over 45, particularly those over have a second shot two months
I Past '
t present t t I
t<,',..' : meet with a harmonious clash when Solomon's nearby Ezlon- the State Board of Health says I 65; and persons working inj I I later. \i iI
geber served a similar purpose. outbreaks be expected -, I
(' : in Israel's vast desere-the widespread may !
Desert Made to Bloom
a'. Negev. this winter. ,

" I The ruins of an ancient city Eleswhere, today's sunburned, Last year's total was just over
which protected King Solomon's dedicated pioneers are tamingthe 4,000. So tar this year over 11- 24 HourWrecker ..R..

: '. Arabia desert by digging wells and 000 cases have been reported.Dr. ServiceFlagler
trade route to have recently -
piping water to nourish theNegevs Clarence M. Sharp, assist-
o been unearthed in the .
ant state health officer and act
spreading cooperativefarms
barren region west of the Dead
, Sea where intensive economic and ranches. These fron- ing director of the Bureau of I Truck & Tractor Co,
; n tiersmen are setting up stationsto Preventable; Diseases, said, a
development is underway.The I I'
, '"I" test suitable crops and pas lengthy study by the board recently MASSEYFERGUSONGrove

archeological project wasl' ture grasses. They are encourag showed flu hits hardest! Farm Industrial Equipment \
financed, in fact, by,the development ;
ing Bedouin nomads to settle at persons under five and over
r authorities as a national VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID \
down ito jobs in permanent Negev 65. He said mortality in these 7-3242 '

.' service. It hasrevealed a series centers, and to join in farm groups represent from 60 to 75 Owner Bunnell, Florida ,
of settlements lying one above
;:, : ing venturies with tractors, crop per cent of the total deaths in .
W; another at the site of Arad-a
rotation, and irrigation.The Florida. There were 50 deaths
r r': . Canaanite city that was flourishing -
( itselfis from flu last year. In 1960 there
inhospitable Negev
Israelites of the
when the ,
were 185, the greatest number FOR
being forced to yield valuable
Exodus arrived in the Promised
since 223 deaths recorded in
industrial chemicals
from the cloudy waters of the
Wasteland Put to
Dead Sea; oil and natural gas MISNAMED'TIDAL WAVE" CANCER
To modern Israel the Negev i
: from northern wastes; copper Destructive surges of water;
i more AND
( offers an open frontier OTHER DREAD DISEASES
. and iron from (the purple tinted are caused by many forces 1 i
than half the size of the entire
nation, says the National Geographic canyons of the south that were I high winds, submarine earthquakes H. T. COOK AGENCYPhone

t Sociey. Despite the worked long ago by Solomon's volcanoes, and earth ID 7.3361 Bunnell Florida
slaves. I slides. They are not related to
barren hills and
> eroded soil, I I
' sand-swept wastes, it promises Within a few miles of the: tides, despite the popular term r --.- ---- .- ...- -
ruins of 4,000-year-old Arad, a: "tidal wave' Wind-driven waves,!I
to ,ease the grim, problems
- dense new Arad is rising. The first of such as sometimes batter the'II
- of an increasingly S
, .1 population and the need for, a planned series of five Industrial Atlantic Coast, wreak enormous!I CRAIG FUNERAL HOME

; economic OTOWth. towns, it is springing- up- damage, but they are far less I
Much progress already has with prefabricated speed to t overwhelming than the, eXPlos-1 i I A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director

been made. All-weather roads house the vanguards of tech I ive subterranean upsets JOHN HARDIN. Associate '

crisscross .the Negev. Regular nicians who will blueprint an I ture. Storm waves seldom exceed I I II : AIR OXYGEN
service has been established. ambitious industrial complex in 60 miles an hour. Waves LADY
:. A railway line extends southward the Biblical land of Judah. I traveling from a violet under-I CONDITIONED: I EQUIPPED
t to the desert's gateway at How Israelis feel about their sea source may race at speedsI AMBULANCES

" . Beersheba, and eventually will desert frontier is hinted in a Tel of more than 500 miles an hour. '

:,' reach a southern outlet at the Aviv saying: "If you don't see Phone ID 7-3532
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""J'' fast-growing port of Eilat on the Negev, you won't see Israel."i Flagm 201 E. MOODY'BLVD.. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
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the Gulf of 'Aqaba. .
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:\ A 16-inch oil pipeline has

k", Been 'laid from Eilat ito the refineries \
-' "
of Haifa, making it pos .

:. sible to pump the strategic ,fuel

I t;'' Mediterranean from transit the the Persian'Suez without, Gulf Canal.havingto :to the Tough now 1i3ChoVfolot [Pucks HfO.hopo I, "

',' The growth of both Beersheba i ;

and Eilat demonstrates strikingly 1. Round trip from Detroit to the end of '

the human, geographic, and S ..THE ONES THAT WHIPPED THE BAJA RUN..TOUGHEST UNDER THE SUN... theeajaPeninsuaisover8,000mues. 't '
scientific revolution going on in

dozen years ago, Biblical .i

Beershaba was a sleepy stop on ..\, M w 1
a camel caravan trail. Today, ?tiff ti F ww-w-.u. A N t i.
.., .
it is a booming, polyglot city S .:...... .......:.. ..X.:':{:..I. ..:.:;}..: r 1... YY : Mt.Y.S' !tI J
,; of 45,000 people, the Negevsbiggest .. .....n.v:::. .{:....,. .{{..............v. :::.r.v......Y'v.r ::::v: ........ ....::.v{:}.. p.. ..r..1... { fnv a
; . commercial and industrial .. r f..r... .. I

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,"! E'laIn' the brief period since ?

't the Gulf of 'Aqaba was opened fS,4 t r : nature i".:
years ago
:, to Israeli shipping in 1956-: has 3' Millions
a proving ground
:! changed from a fishing! village :. for trucks that man can never

,,.r' - -- -- duplicate. Today it is known as ; II

j PETERSON TEXACO Y :: the Baja (bah' hah) California "

,. Peninsula, Mexico. : .
. ROAD SERVICE These pictures give you only a !),
s bare idea of the place. The roadis j
Light Mechanical Work fine for 140 miles below the :

t Phone 437.3441 Bunnell i U.S. border. Then the beating

__ ._... .-.t-.- ........ S begins. Rocks and hard-baked ,
ruts bang,jab and jerk the trucks
i ORMOND PRESCRIPTION i from stem to stem. Loose sand

!H PHARMACY makes them struggle and strain. {

\ Sick Room Supplles-Sundrles r" e : Dust chokes them. Heat roasts 1"-":'

it HOSPITAL SUPPLIES : 8 them. Rivers drench them.
24-Hour Prescription Serncer l'The
r r Free Deliver 'in Flagler BeachRt. :k. :. Baja Run took this Chevrolet ; .
AlA 1 mi. North of t he n. 4Q truck caravan 17 days to go ,.. ,
ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661 : 5 the 1,066 miles. ,

. FREE PAINT: 4 l'' All the trucks performed magnifi

cently. Not one was forced to
,, One extra gallon of your choice : ,' "'y y-, {>:" drop out because of mechanical

with each eralloiYOU buy ; { 'iL difficulty.
;', Mary ,Carter Paint. Store :'. Trucks that can take this kind of 1w
II beating can take on your tough.
Also We tg ta k.oplag OuterO.
40 est truck jobs. Come in now and
;f ... ....,..... .. see tough quality-built Chev.

H r. F. ALFORD rolet trucks with all their new im

t'.. Registered provements.

(, Real Estate Broker ,
.szz e
, 'BunnelL FloridaNMWNMiW

...-/1 Sometimes the caravan crept along for hours in low gear. It
I took 17 days to go 1,066 miles This Is the road near Loreto. QUALITY TRUCKS, COST LESS
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t THE OUTBOARDER. "_ ','"' -'.Iit. : .
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'[ BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS ; -. \ See the "New Reliables" now at your.Chevrolet dealer's! S rqj .' ,
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