Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00663
 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 27, 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: VID00663
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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Beach Council Children( Enjoy I Petroleum 1 Gas j'Funeral 1 Rites ;J i Bulow Creek . i.

Cuts ,AssessmentOn 1 Fishing TourneyPacked II I t IS Sales Increased Friday/jl jlThe A.M. ]Rec. Project 'J;I 1 1I i

MarshlandThe Lake Lucille almost in front solidly of the around Community j j gas sale in of Florida liquefied last petroleum year- 'For Mrs. Babbitt I Being 1 Pushed ,':'" jl

1{ Center building Saturday came to more than 207 million i
Beach Town Commission
Flagler met in session- children enjoyed the Lions gallons, a shade over 1960, compared -j Mrs. Luna Babbitt, wife ofT !j A committee has been formed 'j
I' (Club sponsored annual fishing with a national increase]!Jam e s Arthur Babbitt, Sr., 1 by interested members from'j ,E
last Thursday night in the town 't
hall. tourney. of 3 per cent, the Florida State[t of Flagler Beach, passed away j! ]Flagler and Volusia counties to. .f t
Each child furnished his or I Chamber of Commerce says. i early 'Tuesday morning at the I{" determine the feasibility of establishing -

First, business on the agendawas II'her own fishing equipment but I "Over half of the LP gas j family residence, 211 Ninth St. a fresh water lake I

presentation of a plan. for: free bait was furnished by the j consumed in the state is used {I after an illness of several I Jon Bulow Creek. George Moody,

installing a sprinkler fire protection Lions. Also free, and thoroughly j(IIn homes, restaurants and oth- .{}i months. !j I Sr, George Allen Jr., D. D.
In the
new pier
system I enjoyed, was the refreshmentsof |business establishments. Last:i She was a member of one of 1 Moody Arthur Paquin and Nick :

.. .house completion.that .A is representative rapidly nearing of .punch and cookies. I year's total filling this ,demand I II I[Flagler county's pioneer families 1 Lenssen, Jr., are the Flagler .

Prizes were awarded to the amounted to 171 million gallons, I'r and is the daughter of George i county committtee members.
the' sprinkler company explain.
ed to. the commission the installation following persons: I unchanged from 1960. J JI j I Moody, Sr., of Flagler Beach. I j The proposed lake would ex.I .

Most and :I Trucks and other internal :j I tend north from Washington
gave,an estimate of probable fish-Kinney Spivey Bunnell]
cost, provided it is contracted Gordon Worley for boys and j combustion machines used 17': I Ave. on the Volusia side to within

for within 60',days. I Debra. Mikulka.. for girls. |I i I million gallons to register a 131 j I lowing her marriage, she and a mile of State Road 11 in
: 1 her husband 'resided in I Flagler The lake would
Augusta, county.
I cent gain. Nationally, this
. The told the Smallest fish-Kinney Spiveyfor I per j I
. representative !11j
Ga., 18 years, moving to Flagler be created by building a dam
2 cent
and Teresa Kurtz for use droped per i
: commission that the boys
probably would reduce the system in.' 'the girls. I I I "Manufacturing plants in j t Beach in 1944. :I ling across Bulow Creek, thus flood.I .
a huge marsh to produce a
#', surance rate on the pier building Largest fish-for boys, Kinney I Florida used 7 million gallons !I I II She was a member of then( lake.
of down 11 I I
the cent
. from 50 to 75 per cent. The Spivey. For girls, Debra Mi- result gas,of switch per to other i!I First Baptist Church of Flagler } Bill Lloyd, chairman of a
as a a
< commission thanked him for the kulka. Beach, and had served as organist -

J": 'presentation and agreed to in- Prize for the youngest fisherman fuels. Plants producing used 12 million manufactured !j{I of the church for a number meeteing pointed out held that September the first orderof 19, I

from the (company within a went to Eric Crews for the gas of years. She was a member business !
would have
reasonable time as to whether j boys and to Teeia Kersey fort I gallons (which was passed onto !!I of the Eastern Star and to bean
I engineering survey of the
other consumers) down 3 percent
the would be used I served
system 1 the girls. one term as a member -
I for the area. D. D. Moody of Bunnell
Commissioner Gerald Smith At the end of the fishing a same reason. of the Board of School Truss I(i said today that the general pub
"Miscellaneous account.
.. moved that action of the com "cup, race" was staged and the I I j J Jed for the balance users of the 207 I!. tees for Flagler County. She ]lic has evidenced a great in

mission to override Mayor Wick. prize was won by Allen Me- I{313,000, gallons used in Florida was correspondent for The Tri j terest in the project and it is .

, line's second veto of the proposal Craney. last .. I. bune for several years. anticipated that sufficient funds

:;, of the "marshland" for I "A year.breakdown by types of this Surviving are 'her husband, f can. be secured to pay for preliminary
$55,000 to James Ebert. A record' State Committee James Arthur Babbitt, Sr., of,] expenses.
gas used in Florida showed
- vote showed Smith, Robert Hen.' 048,000 gallons of 166'.1 Flagler Beach; two daughters, I Lloyd said that :the exact elevations -
I'',,' propane;
1 derson and L. C. Moody voting Of 100 ActivitiesTo 707,000 gallons of butane Mrs. Leonard Johnson and Mrs.. are needed to determine .I

for and Chairman Tom Duncan 39,558,00Q gallons of mixtures." Judson Stryker, Jr., of Flagler the extent of the proposed flood-
voting no. The fifth member' i Be Discusseed I Beach; two sons, Lt. Com. James I ing .He said that should the
the. commission was' absent because I A. Babbitt, Jr., stationed with location be satisfactory from an

of Illness. I( By Fred O. Dickinson Jr. .j School Board Buys I the U. S. Navy in Washington, I engineering standponit, it/' is

. :Mayor Wickline stated that Chr. Florida', Council vpf, 100, p:\C.; and William M. Babbittof hoped that the affected land

his,action in vetoing..forthe sec. Two men talked one evening: New J Bud 'Tuesday I Flagler Beach; her: father,:I owners Will be, willing:;.,to...donate

a.r. and''time' ttis'opose'dsaled"all : -i\)6Cl.7lbQut :forming 'an.. bid: I:--*"The'n-M --- T School-* Board: IT I Georges -Moody Sr., Flagler sellor. tlease- :.the.it ,flooded," :
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I want is ,to determine if ganization of businessmen and !{! I Beach; one sister, Mrs. M. B. I areas. ; I I
at a meeting Tuesday opened '
the people here are for or educators who develop alj Fuller, Bunnell; three brothers, A fund raising drive for the
bids on purchase of j
a new
against. He had recommended I t new approach to the' solution, school bus.Bunnell George M. Moody and Leonard initial survey Is being directedto !
, previously that a referendum some of Florida's problems. One Moody of Flagler Beach, and I. I. local fishing enthusiasts. /
Motor Company of --
' vote on the question be held at I was Farris Bryant who had i!Bunnell was successful bidder Moody of Lake City. Committee members from Vo
the time of the general election. just 'been elected governor.. I i Also surviving are nine grandchildren lusia county are Dr. Robert De-;:
for the chassis at a price of $2,- I
. The commission sat as a board was the other. !i 442.97. and several neices and Armas, Stanley Taylor, James, '
, of equalization, and had onlyone 1 We became involvedJn a long, I II Superior Body Company'sbid nephews. I Horton and Gary Cunningham.
I of $1,853.75 for
I was accepted
formal complaint, that from detailed discussion as to what Funeral services will be held
the bus
James Ebert who owns the con- f could be done to improve ,the I II : body. I from the First Methodist Churchof
The bus ;
will be
tract for developing the "marsh. I economic health of Florida. We I' delivered I Bunnell at 10 o'clock Friday I Insect Pesticides
to the for
land" of 320 acres The land discussed a plan which had company morning. Rev. Atlee Stevens, !I

t had been assessed at $97,000. been used successfully on a elr assembly County.of and. delivery to Flag- pastor ofthe First Baptist !'Schools Scheduled I

. His objection was that "like ( limited scale in North Carolina (Church of Flagler Beach, will

r. lands in the' (town are assessedat ]when Luther Hodges, now the its, kind in the United States. t 1 ficiate with Rev. W. L. Spicer, of-I I Hungry insects are eating

a third or less of the value j't U.S. Secretary of Commerce, It is only right that it was born I 1 pastor of the First Methodist holes in our agricultural econo-,

; put on his land. Commissioner j I was governor. I in a state whose citizens tra- Church of Bunnell, assisting. Interment I I my. .

.Robert Henderson proposed that I i This discussion probed ever ditionally have stood on their will follow in Hope!i I Insects cause agricultural
the assessment be reduced from t deeper into the possibilities, and own feet and found ways in Cemetery., losses of at least four billion

$97,000 to $80,000, and that similar the Florida Council of 100 was .,j many cases to solve their own Friends may call at the Craig dollars annually in the United

property next year be raisedto born that night. The purpose of J ]problems. Funeral Chapel from 5 o'clock States, estimates James Brogdon, I

equal value. this then infant organizationwas Here are one hundred persons Thursday afternoon to 8 o'clock entomologist with the Florida I

At this point Mr. Ebert talkedto (1) to assist the governor working in the closest coopera I Friday morning, and at the Agricultural Extension Service. I

the comission, telling them and all appropriate city, state tion with all branches of gov .church from 9 o'clock.until. the "To combat these and other I
he had been honest and truthful and federal agencies in attracting ernment I needed.
as a unique example of: j funeral hour. pests, pesticides are !
In all of his dealings with new industries; (2) stimulating I a cooperative Florida amounts of
venture to make;) Craig Funeral Home of Bun uses large
the commission, and that he our tourist economy; (3) sure that Florida's past is exceeded I nell is in charge of arrange. these chemicals to control pests I I
could not understand what unseen establishing a space science educational citrus
an even brighter fu-I ments. on vegetables and other
and' unknown factor was complex and upgrad ture. Pallbearers will be: T. K. Mc- crops and livestock.

holding up the deal and also I ing all phases of higher education : The council members come I Knight, A. O. Brantley, Shelton Pesticides are valuable agricultural !

the whys of the $97,000 'assess and (4) instituting new I from all sections of the state, Brooks, John A. Clegg, Walter and home gardeningaids

ment. programs -to develop our state's and' no section is more important Morris and Bill Chimpky. but mishandled they can
Mayor Wickline, at this point, almost untapped .natural re I than any other. The economic be dangerous. To help eliminatethis
again 'rehearsed his reasons for sources. health and
well.being of danger the Florida Agricul-
vetoing the action of the 'commission The council has been able to Florida's smallest hamlet is of tural Extension Service 'is spon-

members.The work swiftly and successfully as much importance receives University of Florida soring a series of eight one-day
record vote on reducingthe because its members are real just as much attention as do pesticide schools in different

valuation to $80,000 had leaders .In the fields of industry, the problems of the urban cen- Has Top EnrollmentA parts of the state this fall. The

Smith, Henderson and Moody business and education. These ters. schools will emphasize the correct

voting yes and.Duncan no. Mr. council members have cared for In future columns, various total of 13,787 students are use of insecticides and other
Ebert then sfated'that so far as and reared this infant council members of "
the council will enrolled for the first semester at agricultural chemicals, Brog
he could see his, only recourse into its second year, and intoa bring "
you special reports on par- the University of Florida, Regis- don explains.
was go to court about the assessment shining example of American ticular fields in which
they have trar R. S. Johnson announced. The schools will show that

ingenuity. I devoted their energy, money, Last year's enrollment for the pesticides can be used safely.
The board equalization was Each member pays $800 a time and talent We will bring first term was '13,634. As anti- Extension agents and representatives -

recessed, and the, regular busl-I year into the council to finance you comments from elected officials cipated, freshman enrollment of other educational

nesss meeting opened for .dis its operation. In addition, these and appointive officers in dropped while transfer students agencies, industrial organizations

position of a number of minor I members pay their own 'expenses state and federal governmentwho increased by more than 109 per and local store owners

matters. to meetings, even finance deal with specific problems.I i cent. will be shown how to instruct

I out of their own pockets the Each of these t columns will Johnson said the drop in freshman others in proper use of pesticides -

Tribesmen in Dutch New publication of reports. None of bring you thoughtful, sincere enrollment and the Increase according to Brogdon.

Guinea have a;fetish for ancest them including the chairman, and penetrating discussions on :.in transfer students had been
ral skulls, the Rational. Geographic ;= receive compensation for his efforts
Florida today and what we can predicted, and the University I MIBACLE TOBACCO SEEDA
}Magazine says They They have given freely do about Florida's tomorrow. ,,had prepared for, it. It was I tobacco seed can produce

sleep with skulls, fondle them, that which no state'could af Next we will disucss our state's caused, :he said, by the expanding within a period of about]five

and cariy them on food gathering ford pt buy. participation in the World's Fair junior 'college: program in II months a plant 20 million times

.. :expeditions- : .- I This is. the first, organization In New York during 19 4-.65. Florida: its own weightJ


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; LITTLE MOE SEES ,BIG YEAR "enjoy this game as they Flashes]I Father Lopez 0 0 0' 1 1000 -

J. FOR BULLDOGS have a, good quarterback in]I I Baldwin 1 1 0 0 500
I Danny Taylor, Fullback Victor'I I Callahan! 0 1 0".1 000

i If somebody said, we were Provenza is the fig boy,,for the II I D and: B 01o 1 000

playing away Friday night,' Flashes. He can carry the pig- Crescent CitY 0 1 0 0 000

somebody must tell me differ skin for plenty of yards. The' Keystone HtS. 0 1 0 0 000
Bulldogs can look for plenty of I I
ently. We were all there. Good]
passes as the Flashes have two
,. thing Wilfred stayed home.f GAMES FRIDAY
i By .eaUe PaChe good 'ends in Jim Blasingameand I
j- -- Somebody had to watch thej Larry :McGowan. See ya all Folkston at, Callahan 'j
BULLDOGS. ORANGE PARK a Kuleski to 'Brown; pass,. good city. Well) we spoiled( Orange I,Friday night. Remember to drive I Baldwin _,at ,Father Lopez '
BATTLE TO TIE, 13-13 >for 23 yards when the game ended Park's opening home game. The( carefully. Crescent City at Florida D. & B. 11

Raiders who, were looking for a) Bunnell at St. Joseph _
The Bunnell Bulldogs disappointed felinnell 13 Q 0 ,0 big season got a big surprise s1. Joe Bunnell i Orange Park at Hastings {

the Orange Park Raiders Orange Park 6 7 0 0 from, our boys who played some!' o 1961 53 i '
In the first quarter. Hitting mighty good football. Every boy 12 1960 6 RCA ViCTOR'

hard the Bulldogs gave the HARRY KULESKI LEADS did a good Job. Scouts on the o 1959 6 I LIVING COLOR TV '
Raiders a case of fumbleltis, sideline raved about the teamas -
scoring two touchdowns' to go being the team ,to beat in the o 1957 12 1 THE WIMDOW
ahead 13 to 6. Harry Kuleski with four touch- St. Johns River Conferences J" 0. 1956 7 I Southern Radio & Television
downs and three extra points, 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001
championship race. So, Bulldogs,r
Bunnell Orange Park o 1955 46 ORMOND
has the lead in the St. Johns 1 .
8 First Downs lO I as the saying goes, ninety-nine J o 1954 0 I
295 Yards Rushing 312 .Conference in scoring with 27 I and a half won't do, so let's go.i ST. JOE TAKES OVER .
2 Passes Att. 3' : points. Crawford of Baldwin is The Bulldogs will go: to St. Augustine I CONFERENCE LEADSTANDING : PAL PARKER'S.. INC. '
in second place with 22 points.
1 Passes Comp. 0 Friday night and tackle i Automotive Specialty Center
Victor Provenza of St. -
23 Yds. Gained Passing 0 the St Joseph Flasnes who are l DRAKES RELINED 915.03 I
25 Yds. Penalized 20 and Jeff Lacour of Father Lopez leading the conference with two W L T NCG Pct I PART AND LABOR
have 12 points each. St. Joseph 2000 1000 POJlDCHKVnOLETPLYMONTnOTHERS !
wins.. Coach Stathius has a veteran 91SMKS: ''
, Spectacular end runs by Kii- I G TD PAT PT fans> Hastings 1000 1000 I
-I squad. Football should 540 Mason Ave. Daytona
leski and Abbott set up the first Kuleski 2 4 3 27 Bunnell 1010 1000 (
I touchdown. After a fumble recovered -J I I Crawford 2 3 4 22

by Q. Emery. Abbott J. ,Lacour 1.2 12
got 30 yards around right end. V. Provenza 22 12

Kuleski went 12 yards for the I 1WiATHER BULLETIN ] I

first score. Bebe Moody's attemptfor BABY BULLDOGS PLAY I

the extra point failed. The HASTINGS No. 2 SPUDSTERS
Raiders came back in a hurry. /i

Scott, on a delayed buck went Bunnell Baby Bulldogs will
for 59 yards to score. Extra play their first home game / iL'5zTiiA: A(

point try failed, score 6-6. On Tuesday, October 2. HastingsNo. :
the kickoff Kuleski carried the 2 Spudsters will be the op ii i

ball 55 yards, only to fumble ponent. Last season Hastingsbeat :' !

plays later, Brice Hosford re- the Bulldogs 19-6 and in I I,

covered a fumble on the 16 yardon their second game both teams
the Orange Park 20. Two played a tie. The Baby Bulldogs I "! v'1 Ai'I h : -

line. Polk carried -the ball 12 i look very good this season. t __

yards to make it 126. Kuleski i Coach McGriff has been giving L!,\.
carried the ball over for the extra the boys some good workoutsand \

point. The raiders started a I some of the young Bulldogswill / i"r.
second quarter drive which covered make good ball players.
72 yards with quarterback This Junior Varsity football is

Jim Booth going over for the I our training program for the fu- (

touchdown. Sidney Gervin kick- ture. Football fans these boys
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ed the extra point. The Bull- sure would like your support.
dogs defense and offense outplayed They will show you what a I Ib

the Raiders in the second tough Baby Bulldog team they ;"

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"Deep in our hearts we hate j

having people into our houses, i

. England Vast Changes Undergo!Ui j -- '1 butTt.fight0 o. rust' yould'p ut be arid absolutely' give! "up wrong, *TKe' I bii3JPIi.U! :! CAK COUNT

.. A choleric duke of the old :As added attractions to the
school would doubtless turn 13tfi 'century abbely on his es .
-. purple with rage at the stale : ate' Lord' Montagu has_ openeda 1 1i
I of affairs: these" days in the i "fully licensed" restaurantand @y w ON SAVINGS

stately homes of England. antique automobile muse .

Cars and buses fill parkinglots !!l um. The museum honors Lord
in the very shadows of Montagu's late father an early '
Ditchley Park, Ashby dela Zouch motoring enthusiast who gave S Helton'sSWIFT '
'. Castle, Dodlngton ,House at King Edward VII his first. auto -. : .
Chipping Sodbury, and other ride. :
monuments of a bygone age. Bison and Golf
Queues of curious visitors Woburn Abbey, seat of the ... I
wind through oncesacrosanctdrawing" Duke of Bedford, is reputedly

. rooms- libraries, .picture England's most popular stately
f galleries, and bedchambers. home. It draws some 350,000 I O: L
Some sightseers even stay for persons a year. The Abbey offers
tea-at sixpence a cup. ,a zoo featuring American I

Death and Taxes bison, a merry go.round, slot
Those inexorable twins, death' machines, a miniature golf

.. and taxes (plus (the death-watch course, and paddle boats on 14
beetle), are :transforming the old assorted lakes.

"great houses" into' common For 'about $95, a tourist can .,'.,
property. About 450 historic spend the night at Woburn., Ab
homes in Great Britain are opento bey-a bargain, the Duke says,, .

\ the public, for a fee, the National compared with a suite at the' ... ,. r i'P\- .
Geographic Society says. Savoy. ,
Peers of the realm have The Duke of Bedford, who incurred

thrown open their ancestral inheritance taxes of $14 r PREMIUM PROTEN

homes to the masses because million on his father's death in .
they need help .to run them. A 1953, shrugs off complaints a- ,-'w CHUCKROAST .
young lord who inherits vast bout flouting tradition. "WhatI

estate may find himself saddled owe to history," he has been Pound
with millions in death duties. quoted as saying, "isn't a patchon
Add $50,000 or so a year for rou what I owe to the Chancellorof h> 59
/ tine maintenance, and the burden .Exchequer." .

is obvious. Blenheim Palace, home of the
Special upkeep on a 500-year- 10th Duke of Malborough and
old house can be staggering. ,At birthplace of Sir Winston

the Manorv House in Curry Mallet Churchill, attracts visitors more
Somerset, fo.example, death discreetly. Blenheim recently
watch beetles are chewing the added a motor boat for trips on
massive Norman beams in the Continued To Page 6 World's Best Lobe.

banqueting infest the minstrel hall; gallery woodworms;; furniture ---- Ground Beef, 3 Ibs. '1.39 ROAST, Pound 69$

beetles are in the furni:

ture. And, The Times of Lon.I I Community Beef Cube
don glumly reports, the roof Memorial ChurchInterdenominattonal

leaks The, too.beleaguered aristocrats AIR CONDITIONED I .SHORT RIBS, Lb. 53* STEAKS, Pound . 98*

are .carrying on in the best, tradition '
of stiff ,upper Upland all Daytona Ave. Gold Metai: Maxwell House Armour
that. Said 'Lord Montagu of FLAGLER BEACH I

REGISTER compliance FICTITIOUS with House NAMEIn Bill Church Service 11:00 A.M. FLOUR Vegetole

No. 1175, Chapter 20953. Laws of R. W- DICKERT., Pastor j
Florida. Acts of 1941. as amended.
the undersigned will register with EVERYONE WELCOME: ;
f 5 IBS. 3 LB. ,
the Clerk of the Circuit Court in .
& & & & & & & .IIIi !
and for Flagler County. Florida 39ci1CanL 39 -
upon receipt of proof of-publicationof 'CII'
this notice the following flc- i
tttlous name:
\ located at Bunnell Florida, under Limit One With $5.00 Limit One_ With $5.00 Limit One With $5.00
engaged In the business ,
which we are -
of selling groceries and meatsat MAKES or More Food or More Food or More Food (:;
I retail and that the undersignedare For I Order Order Order :
Agent -
the only persons Interested In -
said business. . ... ..., .
Dated at Bunnell. Florida. this : # /
I 30th day of August A.D. 1962. RCA & PHILCOTUBES . it!
Sept.- REQUEST FOR BIDS AND INSTALLED New Crop McIntosh't" .- .. Winter Garden 10 Oz. ",

Sealed bids will be received In TUBES TESTED: FREE APPLES ;,. 39C-' : STRAWBERRIES 'y Ei2:
the office of the City Clerk of the 4Lbs. ,
City of Bunnell. Florida in the L
Sweet :' Limit 3
Civic Center Building, on or before Fancy
12:00 o'clock noon on the 15th day TV BobFLAGLER .
of October.A.D. 1962. for one (1) POTATOES. '; 35C "
1963" one-ton truck with the following 4 Lbs. Winter Garden 8 Oz.'

minimum 9800 Iba.specifications.GVW 132" wheel-. BEACH Black EyePEAS .' Turkey 'I. .
base, wide type body, 292 cu. - -' ': ,
in V-8 engine heavy dutyBprlnJt's PHONE HE 9.2204 z' 19Ct: POT PIES c :35C .
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: fender mounted turn 2 Lbs. : ., ;' ... for, +
signals exterior rear view mir -.. '. A. _, . I tIf._ -:
ror. 7.50 x 17 8-ply tube type ,,- ,..
tires. * V ; ." ,
Prices quoted must be F.O.B. :;.-*1 : -'
equipment manufacturer. Bid should FREETOP : : !
specify The City delivery Commissioners date. reserve 50 .'. > -*.... r.. i ,:. I
the right: to reject any and all I i :'
bids and to waive any informalities VALUE STAMPS "
in bidding, and also to accept VALUES GALORE ) I
the bid that in its judgment'will with the purchase of
be for the best Interest of the City
of.WITNESS Bunnell. my Florida.hand and seal- this I 10 lb. Ad SoapPowders $:: ; }';:' ;" d.'. ::' ;:: ,I

18th day of September. A.D. 1962. I ,_ '' ,,- :.. : : .
(Seal. ) City C. B.of Etsenbaeh Bunnell. :Mayor I Coupon. Expires "9-29-62 t Duke's ?."Y. :". .r, .i: k t-.ltfr-f Aristocrat,*/ Gallon' -,'- ;;. '.., '

Nancy ATTEST C.: Rodgers City F:10rlda.1 '............m.......... E' _..... .. _.....'I --DOaFOOD 69C ICE CREAM 69 C i
Sept. 20-27-2tc i iI lOc, . .. Each '. _: :; ,

I '25 FREETOP Food King Vz Flat" :_. .- ,Kraft -':'-: '. ., '.

.(Biff JUaglrr.J! rib1tttr.: ,, GRATED-'JIDNA; s e ': ':19c CATALINA .DRF SING ':'i ;. :,' 32C
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; BUNNELL, FLORIDA with the purchase of Energy ';,;.. '.- Tidy Home 20 Ct.

MRS. 1M.B. FULLER' EditorDesignated Any Brand of I I -.BLEACH Quart; 'Each 15C J1JNtJH :BAGS . 1 JL"fiC
48 Oz. Pickles a,, w '
Coupon Expires '92962 I '
Official Publication
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.at.Bunnell. \(Florida' under act.ofMarch Feed order T8IIET/NSUPER .t'"iStere Hours

,$...1ST :,. .' and this 'Coupon, -. at ;
One year_ -$%.50" I SHELTON'S GROCERY' *-

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METHODIST CHURCH NEWS I The Flagler Beach Garden ;
Club will have ifs first meetingof .,
The Mens' Club will pick
up the Fall next Tuesday at.1:30P.
old and magazines
newspapers M. at the home of the President -
this Saturday, Sept. 29th duringthe Mrs. Sarah Martel, 324 I LYKE'S CAN PICNICHAMS .9
morning. Please put all papers Palm Circle. Mrs. Juaneita I
and mazazines out near the Strauser and Mrs. Martel are to
road or where they can be seen be .
the hostesses.Mr. 3 Lb. Can
from the road or call HE92289. $189 II
Next Sunday is Rally Day for .
the Church School and Church. and Mrs. Owen Kirkpatrick -
The church school members will and family are occupyingthe
participate in the worship servIce Phil Johnson home on 14th Fresh Lean Brisket Young Tender Baby Beef
at 11:00 a. m. and the Junior Street. !1 1'j
and Senior Choirs will present Povid
special music. Church school Stew Meal 39Copeland' LIVER 49Palm <
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Pike of
time is 9:45.: a. m.
Daytona Beach were Sunday visitors
of Mayor and Mrs. George 'j

Paul Vogel of Flagler Beach Wickline and Mrs. Aurore Wil Famous Smoked River Sliced Breakfast 1
left Sunday for New York City son.
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where he took passage Tuesdayfor " .
an ocean trip to Hamburg,I Explorer Scouts, P9st No. 472 Sausage 59* BACON 55 .
Germany. He will visit his sis are planning a weekend camping -
ter and other relatives in the trip with Danny Frailey, Associate .
German city before returning Advisor in charge.
home several weeks from now. Maxwell HouseS Shurfine Pure VegetableShortening

Little Philip Allen of Jacksonville .
Mrs. Paul Vogel spent last Fla. visited a week with
weekend in St. Petersburg at- his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. COFFEE
tending the Golden Wedding Max. Porte. His mother, Mrs.
anniversary of her sister and Catherine Allen arrived over the
brother-in-law, Mr., and Mrs. weekend to return him home.
William Krauss. Papa Allen Is in Spain.Mr. 18 3 LB.
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and. Mrs. George Haines CAN
The Flagler Beach PTA will stopped enroute to Sun Valley,
meet in the school cafetoriumon California from Nashville, Tenn.
Tuesday night, Oct. 2nd, at with his parents,. Mr. and.J; irs. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food orderKraft's Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food orderSta.ey'
7:30 p. m. The sixth grade room V. W. Haines of 480 Lambert
mothers will be hostesses. Ave. They also plan to visit with .
All Purpose .
Sp 4 Beverly Haines of the

will Friends be glad of Mr.to hear Charles he is Charon back Women's Ft. Rucker Army, Ala.Corp George stationedat is em- OIL QUART 59* Corn Oil QT 59*

home recuperating from a recent ployed with Lockheed Aircraft
confinement in Halifax 'Hospital Corp of Los Angeles.

of Daytona. .
Time of year affects vacation Kraft ..MiraclWH.IPQ.ART Nestles Instant
Miss Malinda Haisten of Jack- desires of tourists coming ,to
sonville, ,Fla. was a weekend Florida. Winter visitors look % Oz
visitor of-*Her mother, Mrs. Fran- forward to fishing, spectator : : 49Mae Neslea 69 ,
ces Haisteniiss: Haisten is em- sports, and relaxation. In sum-' -
ployed at:-the, Key Buick Com- mer, tourists prefer_, beaches, r
pany. picnicking and natural scenery.
Dae 303 CanTomatoesEa, 12 Oz. NibletCORN .III

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CANCER Limit. 5 Please
46 Oz. Shurfine Grapefruit

Phone ID. 7-3361 Bunnell Florida JUICE R$1 00 PEAS. F sR $1

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It happened 100 'YEARS I 46 Oz. Can Hi C
ago 2/2 Can Food King, Halves

The oldest Incorporated. trade. association in the country, the Drinks 3 89* 3 *

the United same States year'Brewers that Association,was organized in 1862... FOR PEARS FOR 89

All Flavors


Frojoy or Big Dip Golden RipeBANANAS

ICE MILK, %. Gal. 49c Pallid .10$

6 Oz. Seald SweetORANGE Yellow Cooking .

JMICE for 79* ONIONS, 3 'founds 23* .

IN FLORID$ A,'citizens were evading the blockade of the Union
Navy, by using small boats to bring In essential weapons and 18 Oz. Pkg. of 6 Freezer Queen Red Ripe ,
supplies for the Confederate armies. After each successful i E
blockade run,many-men celebrated with well-earned glassesof {!
beer. : CUBE STEAKS, Pkg. 79 TOMATOES 2 Lbs ,. 39

For then, as now, beer was the traditional bev- I
.erage of moderation.But beer means more than.f'ljoym'At .11 Oz. Swanson or Morton U. S. No. 1 WhitePOTATOES '::
In our'state. The Brewing Industry

Florid contributes hospitals each:more,year schools than-money,25 and million.highways.that helps tax dollars supportour to U 1 TV DINNERS, Each_ 53 10 Lb. 49* .j.

TODAY,In its centennial year,the United States .
Brewers Association still works constantly assure i' PLAGLERF000STOREr ;
maintenance of high standards of quality ,
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I j Thursday, Sept; 27,. 1962,' THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE,. BUNNELL, :FLORID/r PAGE'ri: E" :
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be glad to hear from any of her I employed and also Mrs. HIggin- HEAD NURSES CHANGE I
friends. botham taught\school, but Mrs. AT HOSPITAL HERE -

Higginbotham children are
Mrs. Gladys Sturman, who has' .
University back in Florida.
Donald Brooke.of the
been director of nurses at the
of Florida. in Gainesville, She returned to St. Petersburg ,
Flagler Clinic and Hospital here
: Lf spent Monday and Tuesday because of the serious illness of "
for several has resignedthe
her father and has the years
night here. He was gathering placed
I position.
f __ crop; production cost statistics. children In school. Mr. Higgin- '
t I for the university. 'Mr. Brooke is botham who is engaged in con She was succeeded by Mrs.

Louis and Joy Steflik were and Vegetable Growers Association a former resident of Flagler struction work is at Caswell, Margaret Moody who lives 'at
I Alaska, and will join his family Flagler Beach. She has been
hosts to a dinner party Saturday convention.Mrs. i iI county.
doing private nursing in Volusia
evening at their home on I I here in a short time becauseof
Highway 11. Enjoying the de- Roselle Britt and daughter UNDERGOES SURGERY the Alaskan cold and not and Flagler counties for several

lightful occasion with the hosts :Andy, and Mrs. Day Moody: Friends of Ernest Johnston' much construction work goes on. years.

were Mr. and Mrs. John Baggett, visited in Macclenny over
Mr. and Mrs. John Cannon, Mr. weekend with Mrs. Britfs mother derwent surgery in the Flagler ,Mr. and :Mrs. C. C. Adams of CARD OF THANKS

and ,Mrs. Charles Tonkin, Mr. Mrs. Arthur Combs. Clinic and Hospital here Satur Palatka spent Sunday here with Christ understands our heart
and Mrs. Clifford McGriff and day. It was reported that he Js Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Morris. ,aches and every gift He shares.

,i Mr.:, and Mrs. Bo ,Manuel. ROYAL NEIGHBORSMrs. "doing nicely." N Mere words can't express our

Jessie Muzyka was host. deep feeling and sidfeere gratitude
I Davey' Solomon, young son of ess to the Royal Neighbors when Duane Deen was gone the COUPLE .BUYSCOCKMAN to our friends and neighbors

; Mr. and Mrs. Ferris Solomon, has they met last Monday evening.Mrs. latter part of last week on a tripto HOME of Bunnell for the beautiful

J returned home from the Flagler Pauline Magee, oracle, presided Atlanta, Ga., and Rochester, cards, flowers, gifts and wordsof
Hospital in St. Augustine where during the business ses N. y. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Tann encouragement during ,the
i he was a medical patient several from Colorado Springs, Colo., long illness and death of our beloved -
sion.Mrs.. Miller ) have bought and are now living husband and uncle.
: days last week. Mary and Mrs. B.&P.W.CLUB .
i I IIt Magee who observed their .birthday SELLING CAKES in Mrs. Myrtle Cockman Rice's Mrs. Verna Folk.

J.It Susan Jane Deen left Monday J .anniversaries. this__ month, home. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Krouse,'
for Rollins College where she I were honored with a birthday The FlailerBuSineSS and Pro. The Tanns, now retired, owned Seward, Pa

3 1 will enter as a freshman.The cake. fesslonal Woman's Club has and operated a drug store in Mr. ,and Mrs. Richard Car-
Plans were discussed for the taken as one of their civic projects Colorado Springs more than nahan, Vienna, Ohio.

\ \\ Friendly Circle of the annual Christmas party to be establishment of a schol- 20 years. Mrs. Tann and Mrs. "And to all of you a blessingHe

; First Methodist Church of Bun- held in December. arship fund for some girl of John Rice are sisters. will give. For He woh sees

J nell is sponsoring a buffet sup-' Mrs. Lizzie Tucker was welcomed Flagler county to the Daytona the end from the beginning can

per' Tuesday, ,October 9, at the as a new member. There Beach Junior College.To :Mr. and Mrs.. Don Ray Vinson see what we need most to makeus
funds for this and and of Lake and Don live for Him work
I church. Serving will begin at were 12'members present. acquire baby City, strong. To ,
other civic of the club sister last weekend for Him Him
? I 5:30 p. m.Wand continue until projects Ray's spent to serve and at
J members have embarked on a here with their sister, Miss Nina last to join the heavenly
7:30 Mrs. Lucille
I J according to I
Cobb president. JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB campaign to sell Christmas Vinson, coming for the Saturday throng."

PLANS REORGANIZATIONThere cakes and any member of the I wedding of Miss Betty Jo Revels --
I club will be glad to take your and Marvin Strickland. "
Patrolman and. Mrs. Ross Bass i 1
tJ will be a Coke party order. PETERSON TEXACOSERVICE
\ and children, Jody and Jack, r
Thursday, Septeber 27, at 4 p.m. Mrs. Rose Dozier:, wife of Hank
t. visited in Edgewater over the at the Idlehours Playground for HIGGINBOTHAMSBACK Dozier, is a surgical patient in ROAD SERVICE
t' weekend with her sister, Mrs.
Irma Wilkes. persons interested in reorganizing I IN FLORIDA the local hospital. Light Mechanical Work

the Junior Woman's Club. Several years ago Mr. and I Phone 437.3441 Bunnell
I; The club has been inactive since Mrs. Clifford Higginbotham I Mrs. Dorothy Campbell is a I
t( W. W. Deen, Curtis ''Deen and
February and an effort is being moved from Bunnell to Alaska, I patient in the local hospital. ----- (I
Robert Bertha are in Newfound Subscribe for The Flagler InbuuoS2JSO
made to reorganize. wher Mr. Higginbotham was She underwent surgery Tuesday.! !
land where hunt A Year In Advance
they are moose Mrs. I .
Hostesses. for th party are 'II
} ing. They plan to return- hometoday 1-
Gordon :Buckles, Mrs. ,Eugene
Knight and Mrs. Allen Reynolds.

Anyone interested in Joiningis I II I
TO FORM BRIDGE CLUB I It invited to attend. I

i t Mrs. Louis Steflik has planneda ; I I'OJ.

a meeting Thursday at J8 p.m. Mrs. D. D. Moody is- .visitingdaughter /i 'k" i/r __' I
Iij week wftij :# :
I I ather hpmffdn Hlghwgyll for ) :.Qr1a ,do.iona PI Moody. .' :jher : . II I I
a group'of women interested in 2' .
11 organizing a bridge club in ) I : z
If' Planning to attend the. meet-
The regular meeting of the : > I
ing are Santa, Bradley, Eloise
VFW Auxiliary at 8 o'clock .L I
McClure, Mary, Broadaway, Lau. I I I "
the following officers will be installed -
ra Morris, Gail Kelley, Myrtice I "
Hinson, Wilda Hargett, Frances :
Wadsworth and Inez Manuel. Mrs. Hattie King,chaplain; Mrs.JoAnn' . w c ampleS Hp ,
Crews, treasurer; Mrs. .
Anyone interested in joiningthe
club may contact Mrs. Stef Elizabeth Dawson, secretary; r
Mrs. Mary Smith, guard; Mrs. 'I
_____ Blanche Akers, trusee., ;, ILJcef.IHrJr] .

Mrs. Dorothy Barber,, past res ,
Mr. and :Mrs. D. D. Moody ,attended president: will be the installing :; ; I
a testimonial dinner given officer. Two color bearers will 1 :" ;::'i:::' ,

in honor of Senator SpessardL. be appointed and installed at ,, t.r' keeps '. '
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Holland, sponsored by the ,this meeting.Mrs. ;; ..:- '. <',.
Young.Americans for Freedom Clarise Taylor, president -1 J -
chapter of Florida in Orlando will preside.Mrs. minds bright ; ; '

k Saturday evening. Guest speaker Y .
1 for the affair was Senator Rose Ann Way Galbreathis .
Strom Thurmond of South Caro a patient in Warm ,Springs, :,r ,.. -- I

lina. Ga. for treatment of paralysis

suffered in an auto accident in f. . 5 Nr.Y.; s_ 1T5 r
Mr. and :Mrs. Zach Holland July 1961. Her address is Second -

were in :Miami last week where Section, Room 209, Warm

they attended the Florida Fruit Springs Georgia, and she would "

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II : Licenses will ., "
= Be kind to your eyes. Remember, the right light in the right

;be due October 1 1962. place win protect your sight-and that's priceless! One of the .
blessings of electricity is that ample lighting costs so little. ",

r School-agers need ample light for lessons done at night. Reading, .r
11 License fees are the same writing,studying and sewing will be easier when there's adequate

I .f f;: light tn prevent gypafa-atn and fatignfl. :ben wpH?gW*faster- nd sis .

1 last To avoid safer,too-when you have ample lighting over an work surfaces.: ,
11 "as year. ,penalty --,.-:. -
Aide from eye comfort, use plenty of cheerful electric light to .

decorate your home and flatter your: furnishings..to keep every

Ii must be paid on or be- room free from dimness and shadows..to give your spirits a lift .
See today's attractive lamps and,lighting fixtures at your...ALlAYS IMt

f November 1, 1962. Lighting Denier..and_ enjoy Better Light for Better Sight.pMfrR... .

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Homes ,ofJSngland The welcome isn't' quite as I ing with governmental blessing. tours, two and six). It's not, only J 1 I and the'Uke..
Stately cordial a l all historic-homes. Mr. The owner may'live in his home picturesque, but saves on elect ! Henlow. Grange, Bedfordshire,
F.. F. Mayall, the owner of Lea while the Trust maintains lt.i i i tricity. stood vacant and neglected for
1: : Undergo Hall, ancestral home of :the 'Lee When the owner dies his heirs
family of Virginia s appalled avoid death duties, and, the I|! In spite of tours, the National eight years. Then, as the localgentry

Vast ChangesContinued I I when it was suggested that house is preserved as part of the Trus and valiant' efforts by the I Grange cringed became, the an 800-year-old expensive
owners, a few stately homes
Civil would national
War ;
buffs enjoy heritage. -
From Page 3 have been beauty farm for women. Sic
I touring 'his home. "This is quite i I I For, peers who choose to go it converted into private i I transit gloria mundi.WVUVUVUUWUVUWMUVUVWV.
the manorial lake. "But, a small a small house, and the thought I f I I alone, every little economy; nursing homes, offices,

,motor boat," it was emphasized I of busloads "of people tramping helps. The Marquess of Hertford .... .....!'.......!'...".!'.....!'..........
by the Duke's agent. "We don't about is absolutely frightful," [ lights Ragley Hall, Warwick. ,
want to turn the old place into I ;Mr. Mayall said. I|shire with candlelight (night I FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHTpHONEVAfey4M5

a fairground." \I(: Marquess in Cottage: '< I Ij II

His Grace is aware of"" his ,I i Owners of' stately homes, do:j I It AMBULANCE

drawing power, however. "After I I i not all live palatially. The, Dukeof i t |
all," he confided, "a duke with Norfolk moved out of Arundel I oUrv V JxL
a palace tagged'afterliis name Castle and is making do in a r RugR. s : : ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA

has a pretty strong appeal, particularly 1 12 bedroom house on the I rI pMpI Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
: if, he's living In'the I grounds. Marquess of Bath has
are always at your service with promptness, safety and
palace. I a 100-room Tudor mansion,
experience. .
The Duke of Malborough personally Longleat House, but ,lives prudently ,

,. conducted tours until in a cottage. Besides Equipped, With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
', "everybody began to pester .me Longleat House is said to,be infested I Prompt Service
'f!>autographs: when, they found with $240,000 worth. of I PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US Garcia Funeral Home
but I was the Duke." I death-watch beetles.
But the dutiful Major Sir Jos- {f tl Historic houses sometimes are The Flagler Tribune P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
Ian William V Vivian Ingilby, turned over to the National Phone IDlewood 7-3282 LADY ASSISTANT

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S it didn't say Chevrolet on the flanks of the of others,have started to sag and sigh: new flush'.
superb:'automobile you see here, you'd have a and dry rocker'panels under the doors to guard -' If

hard time proving it's a low-priced car. It offers against rusting . self-adjusting brakes . '1 if( ..
luxurious styling:'extremely comfortable,spacious ITS "DCITINGI Delcotron generator for longer battery life. If '
and silent interiors. .plus a lot of invisible ways ., you ever wondered why Chevrolet,leads its field, :,
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in its class. It combines all the new easy-care brakes and a more fully aluminized muffler interiors

features of the big Chevrolet with its own wonderful ..and outside trim are refined a bit but the rest is pure ,. ,;
S attributes of parkable size,'four- or 8ix- lin4er fuel Corvair with all the over-the-road goodness that

r... economy.and interiors,;that'd do justice. to cars with implies. Oh yes, we changed the taillights so all ; '
,twice its price and half its charm., those people you pass'will'know you're driving a'63., .

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....:.i..r. 1- .Sealed bids will be received In. .
the office of the City Clerk of the
City of- Bunnell. Florida in the
Civic Center Building on or before
12:00 o'clock noon on the 15th day
of October. A. D. 196%. for fire
equipment as specified below to be
mounted on a 1963 one-ton truck: '
Front mount single stage centrifugal .
ADS pump, rated capacity from
..pw..Ci draft of 500 g. p. m. at 150 lbs..
2 24" discharge caps. '
Llatiaga under tkl heading are 3 cent per word each Insertion. 1 4" suction cap.
75 cent i r minimum cfcarce. 1 400 lb. pressure gauge.
1 0-30" 150 Ib. compound
WOULD LIKE. TO BEKT-Fum-- WANT TO RENT Responsible I vacuum pressure gauge. ,
1 vacumatic
ished apartment, single, 2 to 3 couple would. like to rent, a I #. Aliisg : 1 cooler line, '
833 three bed room house in Flag : 1 instrument light. ,
months. Write P. O. Box, rr'A- 200 gal. booster tank.
Burmell. 9-27-tf ler county. Reply Box Z, Tribune 1 2" booster suction on line-valved
1" booster discharge line-valved,
office. 1 booster hose reel,
WANTED -Large Grand Piano. 150 ft. 1" booster, line-coupled,
1 combination fog-solid stream
Inquire at The Tribune office USED KELVINATOR refrigerator, nozzle -
tWii 2 rear hose lights (sealed
good condition. See C. F. Smith asexi r: beams),
WANTED-Upright piano for Deen Road. ID 73658. 927ltpIN tips A aa'aq: 1 rear hold-on bar
1 rear platform step
Sunday School room for Community Ladder carrying brackets and

Memorial Church at TUE-.CIRCUIT COURT SEV- SEA HORSES .'. the 600-ton motorshlp "Rheiri" willows In the locks.2 suction carriers and locks *t J
Flagler Beach.. Call H. E. 92314. ENTII JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT OF breakerfjott! Desmisrk'h.Jutland Peninsula while 4 pair .f strong 1 10 ft roof ladder and hooks. *
FLORIDA IN AND FOR FLiAG- 1 20 ft. extension ladder (two
9-27-2tp. LER COUNTY. IN CHANCERY horses pull tip a lifeboat, saving tour crewmen.TK pieces), .
NO. 4519 ._ 1.4" suction outfit consistingof
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1-- two 10 ft. sections 4" wire lined
WANTED Scrub. and crippled H. C. MOONEY. plaintiff.. I KAN8Y FAMUl BY LLOYD BIRMiXSHAtf2&Z&6CAVEL suction hose with male and female '
livestock. Call 439.2014 Bunnell couplings attached.
Va.ALTONA I 1 4" suction strainer. .
between 8 A.M. and 5 P.M. S. MOONEY. 1-4x2% double female hydrant ,
Defendant.IN I A f ll'IO UMDaft I UN TAKE Q&D PUW mRA connection
Sept. 202tpWANTEDBulk THE NAME OF THE STATE THIS TREE wry sag AHINTMt&K SLICED LOG 1 suction spanner wrench. ....
OF FLORIDA: OW6fTFL*.. ./JU HATCH A Truck painted red and lettered
(L.P. Gas) cus-I TO: Altona-. Mooney. whose I PLAN both sides cab doors "Bunnell. Fire
residence la unknown. Department No. 2.
tomers. Call Harris Appliance & You are hereby required to file 4' 10b e9.lcI Minor specification changes per-
Bunnell Florida. your written defenses on or be- I mitted if clearly shown in bid.
. Gas. ID 7.3367 ,
fore October 29. 1962 to the Bill Bid should specify delivery date.
Aug 30-tfc of Complaint filed herein against a Price quoted should be F. 0. B;
you and to serve a copy of the 11 mINT WIN Bunnell Florida. .
same on Fred R. Brannon. Jr.. P.O. The City Commissioners reserves
FOB SALE-30 foot house trailer, Box 805. New Smyrna Beach. Flor- Vi TEPPR00FR16 the right to reject any and all
Masonite. Call ID 73410. ida. The nature of this suit is a CQRUCUt4D IPACT2AKO bids and to waive in informalities
suit for divorce. "The Flagler Tri ' In bidding*, and also to accept the
6.2i.-tf bune" is hereby designated as the Die 8PtT. IAY W&SUCK OK4"OF P'r bid that in its judgment will be ,
iit '
newspaper in which this Notice SWO AWD(R&kEL.FILL for the best interest of the City of
I shall be published once a week for S FACES PET\Vt N WITH SAHD Bunnell Florida. }
i ZIG ZAG SEWING MACHINE four consecutive weeks AND GRAVEL. WITNESS my hand and official. I
Repossessed due to unfortunate WITNESS my hand and seal this MP e seal this 18th day of September i I
A. D. 1962.
21st day of. September A. D. 1962.
circumstances. 62 model, perfect (SEAL) K. A. SMYTHE (Seal) C. B. Elsenbach Mayor J
Clerk Circuit Court (NV rI City of Bunnell. Florida
j.t condition. Sews forward and reverse By Julia R. Harvey. ATTEST: ,
makes buttonholes, sews Deputy Clerk Nancy C. Rodgers. City Clerk.
i" Sept. 27 & Oct. -11-18-4tc iI September 20-27-2tc t
on buttons. embroiders & monograms 'I
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.r darns & patches, tacks P 11YJ., ,y'vR'lfJy (

& hems, etc..Assume paymentsof r;;,.;:.pySk'v ..;. :..i::: I
.,.. .
5.1161 : ;.w: I It.
$7.75. CL Daytona
rq f:,{ it:n :;p;:.lvj::: .:Hj:?Y:,'.:
Beach Sept. 13, 5tp. :.jai.,? '.yy.. :. .,,.:: ?. .:. y.,: yhk:4::r. :,,;c+A9::+: I
xi n.h.+ ,
FOR RENT OR SALE--3 bedroom w ,??y.; \

. block house, corner lot, Howe & '; x

J Palmetto, water softener, near ,

school, excellent condition. Call .... ..
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ID 7.3206, Bette McDaniel, Bunt -.-- Q
nell. 96tf. .
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FOR RENT one bedroom fur- 'Y"A'

ished apartments with garage.I' ==;=:: .y ....

Corner Main Street and Highway ;r
I : .,
-.. :
. AlA. Flagler gee."ciii140:06"Per:; ..
t .: $tYi ;, -*' -
f Month, Phone 'HE 92229. ' .
6-4tc r
: Sept.

! FOR SALE-25' Chris Craft Cabin .
Cruiser, 115 h. p. Chrysler maI .. ( .

I rine engine. Sleeps three, head, .

ideal for off-shore fishing or
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cruising, perfect condition. $1,375'' _

f" Charlie Rockett, Fishermen's Inn,

Flagler Beach. 9.6.4tc +

A WATKINS ROUTE in this area

t is available for ambitious I'oj
man '.
a? . nx k ?i.Yc %XpC r? pYaM 4 ; .
(or lady) 35 to 65. Earn $97.50 : .

per week, or more. Car and ref Ca\,;!., Y"

erences necessary. For personal

interview in your area, write
y Yf (;+l rXr :d x
Watkins Fieldman, 659 West

Peachtree St., NE, Atlanta, Ga. ;px.xe.. . ..ro,,
l Sept. 6-4tc :

FOR SALE-L. P. Bulk Gas. We "
:2 .
will fill your tank or we will T

furnish you with a tank. Call

Harris Appliance & Gas. Co. at

ID 7-3367, Bunnell, Florida.
Aug., 30tfcSEPTIC ,
TANK-cleaning reason '

able rates. George, Jarosz, phone ?

ID 7-3410 "i-il-17.pald h\ : :


On TV. Radios Hi-Fi, Sewing

Machines, Vacuum. Cleaners and

all small appliances: All work

J guaranteed. Ormond Hardware, .. Buy only the power you can use. . get

50 W. Granada next 7-Eleven

Ormond Beach, Fla. Phone 677-,
4414. May 17-tic '. ECONOMY CROWN GASOLINE

Ocean front housekeeping apartments .
1 and 2 bedrooms com- '.. .
pete with linens and all utilities. Thousands of drivers are buying anti-knock octanes they don't need-and can't .-

Sun deck fishing swimming, use. But,thc 'rc switching fast to new Economy Crown. Here's why: '.

1 loafing. Day, week or month. ECONOMY. CROWN is a new,economy,: gasoline for the many,.cars .on the '

Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach.I road that cannot take advantage of extra anti-knock quality. Supplies all the

.t HE 9-2082 76tfXXS"N power such- cars can use, at a saving. If yours is a higher-powered car, youshould = .
-,.. < > CROWN GASOLINE: Users of regular-grade gasoline will finda

JOHNSTON'S new value in improved Crown Gasoline-now better than ever. Moves your = = -

FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO. car up in performance while holding driving costs dawn.

LOTS HOMES, OCEAN FRONT IMPROVED CROWN EXTRA: Standard's popular premium gasoline now .
!i WATER FRONT. FARMS at an all-time high in anti-knock quality. Designed for those cars requiring the

t ACREAGESee finest in performance characteristics.

a* for you real estate needs Meet the Standard family of losg-rBasmg ay>Sa es! At your Standard station.

I Office Phone HE 9.2242 .. -
Residence Phones m 7-3691 W. C. SULLIVAN, Agent

f or ID 7-3517 - STANDARD OIL. COMPANY C KENTUCKY) Bunaell, Florida'r"
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f, I ANCIENT TRIBAL WAUl I The Dade Battlefield Historic

;. : dli-L Nigeria's ancient tribal ways I j Memorial, near Bushnell, com-

.. are being reshaped by modem I memorates the massacre of MaJ.
tF''; .. School NeuA I I[CANDY TombYOU Dorr power schools-and lines, industries, hospitals, Francis Dade's' troops by the
a new parliamentary Seminoles in 1835. This was the
The Sophomore Class met government. The 'country, begnining of the Siminole Wars.

i Tuesday morning at. 8:25 in the ---......-. MAY RETIRE IN THE .
i' home room to elect class officers THOUGHT THAT YOUR
t. : who are: Mike Hornsby, president SIR YOU CAM REIAX.: .. DAUGHTER IS IN SAFEHANDS.
r ; Heidi Eisenbach, vice NEVER FEAR-- 24 HourVVrecker

r president; Gloria Johnston, treasurer a Service
t. I ; Mary Pache, reporter-sec- wi
r tary. Faculty sponsors,,Clifford v S
k McGriff and John 'Cannon met Flagler Truck & Tractor Co,
J' i' with the class.' .
'_ ) The class also held a meeting MASSEY-FERGUSON .
with reporters of the various Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
clubs in th audio-visual room. .:
r I, VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
):. Mr. John Cannon. a sponsor, was
r also present A discussion was Owner Bunnell, Florida
,; held to determine what duties I .
' . and responsibilities of the class YOU HAVE NEVER HE'S' \ ...I'VE NEVER EVEN
: and'club reporters are: HEARD MY R1GHtREPUTATIO)4 HEARD IT MENTIONED. a
f'; In addition to the class there

g-,: was'present representatives from A QUESTIONED.GENTLEMAN, I CRAIG FUNERAL HOME .
the Library Club Marsha Dur- l rt1

/. rance; 8A Johnny Ruth Miller; .:. A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
1. 8B Dale .Abbott; 9A and B, Sue V k:1: JOHN HARDIN Associate
Ellen Deen; Sophomore.class and
the Future Teachers Club, Mary ,AIRCONDITIONED OXYGEN
r 11A Nell Allen; and 12, LADY: '
f.' An officers meeting of the Fu t1\\
ture Teachers Club was held Phone ID 7-3532
t.; ,during the 11th period, Tuesday I
with Mary Brown, president, in 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA .

charge. ';". '. .
t. The meeting was held in Room -- ; -
f 13,with Mrs. Ema :Murray, class '
: in attendance. Main }: '
discussion concerned moneymaking \' Coming Friday-the 63 Fords. c'

. projects. All members
t ..... .of the "Future Teachers of ,

j'" .' America"It was were decided present.by the class America's liveliest most care-free cars!

[ that it would sponsor a dart-

s. throwing booth at the Halloween .r... '
Carnival. Ii1t 1r1t

f The best think has been donein
solitude. The worst has been
1t 1t.t
\ done in turmoil.

Thomas A, Edison. : _
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;: 24-Hour Prescription Service
Free Delivery in Flogler Beach
Rt. AlA 1 mi. North of


extra gallon of your choice i,4
o.with each sailor YOU buy

." Mary Carter Paint Store

Al.. Weatcate hooplnjc Outer \

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