Title: Flagler Tribune
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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: November 15, 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: VID00670
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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50, NO./ 45 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY,. ,NOV. 15, 1962__ $2.50 A YEARSurvival

Meet Toney Krakowski :BHS Grads of. Miss Lucille Walker Korona Club .'

Meeting Held Passes. Away j j 20 Years Ago Retires From Service Fallout Shelter '

Monday NightAnton With Southern BellMiss '"
Last Thursday Hold Reunion Plan Progresses :
Krakowski of Bunnell Lucille Walker of Bun-

Under; the leadership of Mrs. passed away late Monday evening 'The TBunnell High,School graduating hell was honored by the South Plans for the Korona Community
Cora Buckles, a group of repre- in a St. Augustine nursing 1 Class of '1942 held a 20- ern 'Bell Telephone Company ata Club and Fallout Shelter are

sentatives of clubs and civic or- home after a long illness. He 'year reunion here Friday nightIn luncheon at the Morrison Im- progressing, Club President Emil

ganizations of Flagler county was born in Poland and came j connection with the Annual perial House. in Daytona Beach. Mizanln saidtoday. The build

met. last Thursday evening in here from 'Michigan in 1946. He ]Homecoming festivities. The occasion marked the retire- ing wilt be designed for a club

the circuit court room to discuss .was a retired farmer and miner. Twelve members of the class, ment of Miss Walker from active house land also it can be usedas

survival In nuclear war. He was 82 years of age. their wives and husbands were service with the telephone a fallout shelter to accommodate

Representatives from the following He is survived by four' daughters present for the reunion. The company after 30 years. 340 person in case of

organizations were press Mrs..Sophie Stone of Miami; group met at the M. B. McDaniel District Traffic, Manager ReidyA. a disaster.

.ent: Veterans ,of Foreign Wars, Mrs. Helen Detour ,of ''Phoenix, home on North Pine St. for a Williams, Jr., presented Miss The twofold building will be

t The American Legion, Country Arizona;i Mrs. Metton Paner of get-together before going to the Walker with her retirement pin. 40 by 60 feet of concrete construction -' ;'

Club, Flagler Beach Parent- Detroit, Michigan; Mrs. Kenneth Bunnell, < Restaurant for a dinner. She was also presented with a and will be built according ' ,

r Teacher'Assn.:, Business and Professional Rollo of LeRoy, Michigan; twos Following the dinner, the corsage from the company! I to Civil Defense specifications -

Women's Club, Junior ns, John J. Krakowski of group attended the homecoming Her friends in the office presented for 100 'per cent fallout

Woman's Club, Flagler County Grand Rapids and Walter T. football game between Bunnell her with a crystal necklaceas protection, Mr. Mizanin said. .

Farm Bureau, and Korona 'Club. Krakowski of Detroit, Michigan; :and Hastings. Following the a retirement gift. It was pre They also plan to. sell 340 '

"o.# ... After Mrs Buckles stated the a sister, Mrs Mike Kurpwski of game, the group :were guests of sented by Mrs. Jimmie Wilson, spaces in the shelter to citizens.

purpose of the meeting Mrs. Ed Belleview, Florida. Also surviving Mr. and Mrs.' P. A; Edmonson, service assistant for the com of the community. Stock will be .

I Bielejeski was named' secretaryand are nine grandchildren and Palm Ave., where they enjoyed pany. Issued to "those" buying shelter -

Mrs. 'Buckles chairman of two greatgrandchildren.Funeral reading newspaper clippings, Division Traffic; Manager C. R. space, the money to be used for '

the group: service: will be held ,I catching' up on family news and Loverrf was present and, spoketo construction of 'the building. '

After discussion by
.concerning, Civil De-' the Craig Funeral Chapel, East Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. presented Miss Walker as a community building.

tI fense and .,survial in Flaglercounty Moody Blvd.. Rev. Thomas Pin AlfredTucker, Mr. and Mrs. with a' plaque and life member- An organization meeting of

,_ it was agreed to seure ner will officiate. Interment will M. B.: McDaniel, Mr. and Mrs. ship in the Telephone Pioneersof the club was seld several weeks.

'. a speaker throughly informed follow in the Espanola Cemetery. Fred Geller, Mr. and Mrs. Wins. America. ago and a meeting was held

;.:: on- the 'subject to spe k to the. Calling hours will be at the ton Hornsby, Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Other guests included Miss Sunday when they decided to

ever, chapel from 5 'o'clock this a Barber, Mrs. Laura Morris, Walker's mother, Mrs. Daisy
group and others on Friday i ter-I' I add the fallout protection) to the
fling, November 30 in the Com noon (Thursday) until the and Supt. and Mrs. Z. D. Hol Walker, and her sister in law, building;

. munity building. Lewis Wads- ral hour: land, .all of Bunnell.Mr. Mrs. G. L. Walker. Also present

, worth' is chairman of the committee Craig Funeral Home of Bun . and Mrs. Brady Wads were Cleo Richardson and Miss Temporary officers of the club.

,J. .to' secure the speaker. nell is inr charge of' arrange worth, Jesup, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs.',Mable Ingerson.AMERICAN. are: Emil Mizanin, president; -

1 t' All those present evidenced I ments. Howard Hunter, of Orlando; ,Mr. Sophie Smlgielski, .secretary; 1C II

t a great,,{":deal of interest. in'civil. and Mrs. Harry Thomas of Hast. koczwanskl, treasurer. An election .
, defense 'and methods of selfpreservation' ings;; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Nor- LEGION of officers will be made at

l in" case of nuclear. Church Women To ris of New Smyrna Beach; and MEETING MONDAY a meeting December 9.
attack. Aubrey ;Sheffield of Jacksonville. Trustees" are Suzanne Bourne,

I Issue. 2nd Edition Members of the class not attending The stated monthly meeting K.- A. Koczwanskl' .and Alice. .

-" : ,I'.j : were Raymond Bradley::. pf"",Flagler,.Post 115,;.The American t.LYsICh.- .- __ .
.FiL :t '- f Tli i1'l sCookboo Emlljr ''CvwIrtsRi.;:JFraflces:-:FreU ,'I-e: on: ,. will .bo at trio comlmqnlty ';' .Boafct i ol :directors ares,EiriilMizanin '

: 'J ..... .:.; : . . .. well,- :.Emilianna: rf V1k'-tsira building next Monday Steve Cyzycki/- Lee". /\

Held MondayY ( t'1\feriibers of the. Woman's Society ' Rodgers, 'Hilda Sheffield. Martha evening, at ,8 o'clock. Bourne, who,is also chairman I
*of Christian Service of the Bro kett Jackson,, :also a If plans are.to be made fora the board Mike
; Joseph Lyslch, :J
:. Mrs Christy Finch of 'Flagler nun; ell'' Methodist Church are member of'the class is'deceased. community Christmas tree and Koczwanskl, Richard, Palecheski, .

f Beach wife of the late Ray. making plans for the second.. Christmas party is to ,be made; C. 0; Webster, and Frank Skirskl. ;

Finch, passed away Friday eve edition of their cookbook "Fa vo- ATTEND GOVERNOR'SCD said Mrs. Cora Buckles, first vice "

,..4 ning-at the local. hospital follow. rite Recipes from Flagler County commander; it, 'should be done, "

' Ing an illness, of .several weeks. Kitchens." The second edition CONFERENCE at the ,meeting,Monday evening.She ';:7. ;;: .
I" Mrs Finch had been a res!;,'1 will contain' all receipes from THURSDAY I urges the attendance of Homecoming .1

: dent of Flagler Beach for the I the first printing and also many 'Officials all Legion members. and eligible
from Flagler County .
:1 past 12' years where they had new recipes from many Flagler veterans.
who( atended..the. GoverIor's'Conference and Queen" I
! owned and operated a trailer County' Kitchens members of II >on Civil Defense ,in I II j
park Daytona A v.e., She wasa : I the committee said today. Club
Tallahassee last Thursday were: Lions Names ;
native of Racine, Wisc., and : The committee has set Janu At Friday Game :
Brooks Bunnell
Sheriff Homer J
t .
had, resided in Daytona Beach ary 1, 1963 as the deadline for c. ;
Mayor C. B. Eisenbach Flagler Standing Committee'
t. Quenten Emery and JanlceIfLovelace !
eight years before coming to receiving recipes for the addi
Beach Mayor ,George Wickline, Kin-grt
: were crowned
Flagler Beach.She.is'fcurvived. tion. Only five recipes will' be Chairmen
County Commission Chairman ( at MeetingStanding and Queen of the Homecomingfor
: by two -. accepted from any one person.
Jack Ciegg,. and. Civil .Defense Bunnell High School F
tern -Mrs Grady Prather, Flag- Women of Flagler County are committee chairmenwere
Director ..Raymond Smith, and Both members of the
} lei ;Beach, ; Jean Finch of Fort invited to contribute their favorite named by Lion Club! President night. are ; 'j'
Florida Highway Patrolman G. Senior Class.
i Lauderdale; one son, Jack Finch, recipes. All copy should be George M. Moody at the
H. Neely. :Members of the court
Kenosha, ,Wise. Also surviving I. type or printed, double spaced, luncheon meeting Tuesday. wereBarbara i
/# 11. grandchildren.Funeral and all measurements Constitution and Smythe, Sandy Gumble,
a are spelled They are: ,
SUSAN JANE by-I Lynda Harris, Bryce Hosford,
services were held at I I laws, Willard Tucker;
out.Any Dean Peterson, and Eric Kuleski. \
2 Q'clocklonday afternoon from errors, in the first edition HAS BEEN CHOSEN I tion committee, Leonard Moody; Susan Jane Deen, 1961
: the Craig Funeral Chapel. WilLiam may be corrected in this edition finance committee, L. H. Drady; Home'I'I
'P., Kendrick of Jehovah by :contacting any member ,of TARS CHEERLEADER Lions information committee coming Queen and who :

\Vlu.esses'offiCiated.. Interment the committee. Miss Susan Jane Deen, a fresh- Jack Clegg; membership, Dale I attending Rollins, College, was I
and crowned Ute
followed at Hope: Cemetery. Recipes may be mailed to any man at Rollins College and the Brown; attendance, Fred Fruits; present new

Pallbearers were Pal Parker, member ,of the committee Committee daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. citizenship and patriotism, King and Queen.Crownbearers :;: !I
At. ;
Fred 'Erke,, John Erke J.D. WIlliams members in charge of the Deen of Bunnell, has been George Wickline; civic improvement were Mickey
kinson of .Mr. and Mrs. I
R::. P. .:McGee, and Elkton planning are: Mrs. Pat Cowart, chosen a ,varsity cheerleader for L. H. Church; community son : .
Harry Atkinson and Dot Tucker i
; Sheehan. Haw Creek; Mrs. Jeanette Bertha the 1962-63 Tars and will help I I betterment, Bob Cook; -
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Craig Funeral Home of.Bun Bimini; Mrs. Thomas Bertha lead Rollins students, in cheering Education. Walter'Morris; pub ": J
Tucker all of Bunnell.
nell"was 'In charge of arrange- Flagler Beach; Mrs. Eldon at home soccer and ,basket lic relations, Levi Brannam; \
Prior to thegame, the annual
ments.MALPHURS.- Knight, Bunnell; Mrs. S. J. Til- ball games. :sight conservation, Dr. Allen :

ton, .-Bimini,. .and Mrs Cordell Miss Deen is a 62 graduateof Reynolds; United Nations, W. L. The homecoming parade was staged. ..'E
homecoming was be-
SELLRESTAURANT Robertson, Rimini. -Bunnell)High:Schooh In high.: Spicer; Agriculture, Duane Meets; game i
tween the Bunnell and
I TO The .first, edition of' the cookbook school she was a cheerleader, youth exchange, Jimmy Kelley; Bulldogs
the i
: Hastings Spudsters. Hastings f
was made five memberof boys and girls committee, E. A.
: years ago. homecoming queen, a
MR- :AND MRS. HERSEYMr. won with a 7 to 6 score over :
All copies of 'the first"edition Tri-HIY and F.H:A- Smythe; health and welfare ,

and Mrs. Eugene Hersey were sold and the many requestsfor A theatre, arts major at .Rol Robert Henderson; safety Henry the Bulldogs.The !

't recently purchased the Malphurs more'books prompted the decision lins, Miss Deen is a member of Burks. Bunnell band under the t I

t Restaurant, located on Highway for the .second edition. Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. ,Guests at the meeting wereR. direction of Walter Morris; presented I
One from Mr. :and Mrs. Fitz- i a half-time show with It.
] After two days of practice, D. Peterson, Elbert Crews,
4' hugh Malphurs, former owners. .ANNUAL COUNTRY over 40 girls out of an initial and Fritz Mitchell. I ILeon'ard formation marches, majorettes .
The restaurant relocated doing the Charleston the Depression -
was Moody was named on
150 tried out for the varsity
about five in FAIR SLATED .AT Barrel Dance, and the ,
years ago a new, squad. Of these seven were the committee for the pre-Christ-I
modem day Twist Dance.
I modern building on the corner mas' turkey shoot.FLAGLER .
FLAGLER BEACH chosen to help out the two. returning .I.
ofU.'S. Highway One and Palm
t. cheerleaders. I
.Avenue. It has been operated In The Woman's Society of Chris BEACH
Small Municipalities tonight.The .
the past by :Mr. and Mrs. Mal tian Service.of the Flagler Beach across ,from the Flagler Beach
meeting-will be -held' in the
phurs.' Methodist Church has scheduled post office.A WILL BE, HOSTS
new pierhouse.City .
Mr. and Mrs, Hersey will con- their Annual Country Fair on large variety of articles,
TOWN OFFICIALSThe officials from Bunnell,
tinue to operate; the place as Friday, November 16. '. food stuff and Christmas gifts
Pierson Lake Helen and Orange
a restaurant, serving meals and The Fair will ,be held in the will be for sale: The Society*is Town of Flagler Beach
City and Flagler Beach win at-
short orders. attend. will behest to the of ..
Mitchell. Alexander Building I inviting the public to ,, League
tend the dinner meeting.



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Those quail of mine are beautiful IN ':THE CIRCUIT OF :Subscribe to TheFlagler Tribune
'-. i., I and I love to hear their IN CHANCERY NO..4542 S2J50 A Year In Advance

E .'1"-""JJ,- whistle. I am not a hunter. So FRANCES A. IMBODEN.Plaintiff. \

i they have no fear'of 'me.I U. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT '.SEVENTH -

I Pete Pike Sport Salute goes whose address and place of Plaintiff +

NOTES to Randy Morris and halfback residence are unknownYou 'vs. --.- t'
are hereby notified that a ELLEN .
I Eric Kuleski. Randy who hada suit has been filed against you in Defendant.
the above entitled cause; and you .
in 1961 and
Leslie Pache arm
hereby required to file an-
knew he wouldn't be able to swer with the Clerk of this Court. OF FLORIDA:
HASTINGS' GO POWER 14 Keystone Hts 6- and to serve a copy thereof upon TO: ELLEN VANN j
'I give all he had. He started to the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney 2258 Lincoln Park West

SPOILS HOMECOMING 21 Crescent City 6 practice punting and did a good whose name and address is: Chicago 14. Illinois
F1aD&B 0 You are hereby required to file
Hastings Spudsters 27 job at It. He averaged over 30 1216 Liberty Street with the Clerk of this Court your
scrappy .6 Father,Lopez 26 Jacksonville Floridanot answer to the Bill of Complaint
team upset the Bunnell Bulldogs yards a punt so far. later than December 17, A D., filed herein against you in the
13 Baldwin 48 19U. above entitled cause on or before
Sport Salute also to Eric
7-6 end also their homecoming 114 129Bunnell goes If you fail to do so, decree pro the 2nd day of December, A.D.
spirit. Kuleski. Eric played defensive confesso will be entered againstyou 196%. and serve a copy thereof upon -
for the relief demanded in the LEWIS F. LAW plaintiffs attorney -
The Spudsters closed out their halfback for the Bulldogs in Bill of. complaint. The nature of herein whose address Is
1961 and did number one said suit being for divorce. 250% South Beach Street. Daytona
season with a 4.2.2 record. In 26 Crescent. City 0 a job. WITNESS my hand and seal of Beach Florida; The Flagler Tri-

the first quarter, Randy Morris 13 Orange Park 13 This season Coach Manuel put said Court this 13th day of November bune" la hereby designated aa the
A. D., 1962. newspaper in which this order
punted over the Hastings goal 24 St. Joseph 0 I him on the line and he played (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE shall be published once a week for

line. The ball was brought out 7 Baldwin 21 a whale of a game at guard. Clerk By of Julia said R.Circuit Harvey Court four FAIL consecutive NOT OR A weeks.DECREE HEREIN PRO

to' Nov. 15-22-29 & Dec. 6-4tc AGAINST YOU FOR SUCH FAIL
.Spudsters put on their go-go 19 Dunnellon 12 the job of offensive halfback. URE.
INI THE CIRCUIT COURT OF The nature of this suit Is bill
12 He sure did a wonderful job a
power with Skip Hunter, 'Ken 0 Father Lopez FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA for divorce. '

Johns, and Shifty Dee Kennedy, 6 Hastings 7 I against Hastings, scoring the IN CHANCERY NO. 4541 WITNESS my hand and seal at
NORMAN Bunnell Florida
J. SOUCY Flagler County .
with Ken Johns driving over I 133 77 lonely touchdown on a 17 yard Plaintiff this 25th day of October. A..D. 1962.

run with a key block by Tommy vs. (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHEAs
from the five forthe first score.I MARIE A. Clerk Circuit Court.

Johns carried over the extra I Emery, Morris, Hosford, Peterson Polk. Wouldn't be surprised to SOUCY.Defendant.. Flagler County Florida.By .

point to score '70. Lopez, Kuleski and Edmon see Eric make all-conference. THE STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA DEFEND TO: Julia R.Deputy Harvey.Clerk

in their Good luck to both, in MARIE A. SOUCY Nov. I-S-15-2-.Uc '
The Spudsters drove 80 yardsin son will be playing ( you your

10 plays. :Both teams stiffened farewell game. The seven boys future. You can't miss. 'I Brooklyn 242 Sixth Avenue New York IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF

I You are hereby notified that a FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA. ,
their defense and the half Their record under '
< are seniors. I suit has been filed against you in IN CHANCERY NO." 4533
ended with Hastings in front the Coach Manuel for two seasonsis BIG ERNIE SCORES the' above entitled cause; and you JERRY DUBINEB. Plaintiff" ,
are hereby required to file your answer -
same 70. Bunnell kicked off to a 1251. Game time will be FOUR TOUCHDOWNS with the Clerk of this Court vs.

the half and to serve a copy thereof upon ETHEL DUCINER ..
Hastings for second 8 P.M. Defendant.
Ernie Crawford scored four the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney
and 'on the second play Skip whose name and address is: NOTICE TO DEFEND
PROBABLE LINEUP' touchdowns in (the. game with Richard D. Bertone THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO.:'
Hunter, fumbled with Mickey 144 Burlefgh Avenue ETHEL DUD1NEH .
Callahan. Jeff Lacour scored 13
Ramsey recovering on the 25- BunnellJ. Holly Hill. .Floridanot Residence and Post Office .
'Brown 150 LE points in the St. Joe game to later than December 14, A. D.. Address Unknown

yard Eric Kuleski line. Three broke, plays loose later over, B. Hosford 170 LT go ahead of Harry Kuleski who 1962.If you fail to do so. decree pro suit You has are been hereby filed notified against'that you, |,n a

Lopez 235 LGF. was held scoreless. confesso will be entered againstyou the above entitled cause; and you
right end and with a key block for the relief demanded in the are hereby, required to file your an-
Edmonson 150 C G TD PAT TP bill of complaint. The nature of swer with the Clerk of this Court .
Fullback Polk Eric said suit being for divorce.
by Tommy
and to thereof '
serve a upon
145 RG Crawford 9 18 20 128J. copy
Hornsby WITNESS my hand and seal of the
plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney
scored on a 17-yard run. Brother D. Peterson 165 RT Lacour 7 10 6 "66 said Court this 7th day of Novem- whose name and adddress is: is.
ber A.D. 1962.
Harry Kuleski tried for the ,
Q. Emery : -,170 RE Kuleski 7' 10 3 63 (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE SAMUEL V. HOLCH. "
extra point and was stopped \ Clerk of said Circuit Court 118 North 3rd Street
B. Moody ', '160 QBE. .1 Forester 9 10 0 60 By Julia R. Harvey. Palatka. Florida .
inches away. The score stood : Clerk not later than November 30. A. D.
Kuleski 145 LH Fedore 8 8 0 48 Deputy 1962. ,
Nov. 15-22-29 &; Dec. 6-ttc
76.Both H. Kuleski -' 162 RH I Joe Allagood 7 7 0 48 If you fail to do so.' decree pro I'I
teams tried to score but IN THE CIRCUIT. COURT OF confesso will be entered against
T. Polk -lBO. '. -FBI Renfroe 76 2 38 FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA you for the relief demanded in the
penalties\;and the kicking of M.. Cook 9 6 2 38 IN CHANCERY NO. 454O, bill of complaint. The nature of
Morris and Hunter kept both CATHERINE JOHNSON, said suit being for divorce. t I
: I Milligan 150 LE B. Farley 9 4 .1 34 Plaintiff. WITNESS my -hand and seal of
teams on the defense. Polk, said Court this 29th day of Oc- ,
Holmes 190 LT Abbott 7 5 1 31 vs. tober, A. D. 1962.
Hosford ,and Edmonson HOLLIS. EDWARD JOHNSON
Emery Hicks' 180 LG Polk 8' 4 ,1 25 Defendant. (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHH
played good .defensive ball. Eric'I I i50 C NOTICE TO DEFEND Clerk of said Circuit Court '
Murray THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: By Julia R. Harvey
Kuleski the
topped Bulldog _
Nov. l-a-U-22-'tc'
rushes in yardage Place of residence and --
Smith 190 ..RT"I'Mott' FOR CONFERENCE LEAD address! unknown "
'c You are hereby notified that a
150 .foREI suit has been filed against in JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
Bun Cook 145' QB : Baldwin and Father Lopezare the above entitled cause; and you AND FOR FLAGLER. COUNTY, I.

First downs n. 10 tied for the St. Johns Conference are hereby required to file your answer FLORIDA.. IN CHANCERY; IfO.453O. .
Green 150 LH with the Clerk of this Court
yds rushing 167 132 140 RH lead with a 5-1 record. and to serve a copy thereof upon JAMES H. EBERT J.
Henderson Plaintiff.
yds passing: 20 37 Farley 165 FB I Both have one more game to the whose plaintiff name or and plaintiffs address is attorney:

Passes 1-2 4-9 play. Both. teams may meet ina James S. Holton MICHAEL W. MURRAY WAR-
306-308 Exchange Bank Bldg.St. REN L. MURRAY and GERTRUDE
Passes with int. 1 1 RING ARE YOU BEADY? Bowl game at the end of the Augustine. Florida H. WINSLOW. .
Put 5-39 4-34 not later than December 14. A.D. Defendants. I
average season. 1962. NOTICE 0V SUIT AND ORDER
I Penalties 4-40, 4-40 A hunting we will go, a huntIng STANDINGW If you fail to do so. decree pro NAME
confesso will be entered against Itf THE OF THE STATSOF ,
Randy Morris and Skip Hunterdid we will go; we'll catch a fox L TPer you for the relief demanded in the FLORIDATO .

I some nice punting. In the l and put it in a box and never Baldwin 8 1 0 880 said bill of suit complaint being for The divorce.nature of : WARREN whose residence L. MURRAY and post office r

closing minute of the game Skip let it go. Father Lopez 610 840 WITNESS my hand and seal of address la "
said! Court this 6th day of Novem- 350 Fifth Avenue ,
Hunter punted over Kuleski's Well the hunting season will Hastings 4 2 2 600 ber .A. D. 1962. New York New York '
4 head for 65 yards from the line Bunnell 4 (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE and all persona claiming by
3 1 560
open Saturday morning. I know Clerk of said Circuit Court through or under said de

of scrimmage and! 80 yards from the hunters are ready, and so Callahan 4 4 1 480 By Julia R. Harvey fendant. .. f
.. Deputy Clerk. You and each of you are hereby
the point of kick. is most of the game. D&B 450440 Nov. -? --? & Dec. 64tcIN notified that a suit has been

Hastings 7 0007 Quail will be hunted Saturdayand Crescent City 3 4 0 380 THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN Court.brought Seventh against Judicial the Circuit.Circuit In

Bunnell 0 0 6 0 6 through the season. Others St Joseph 2 6 0 250 AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY and for Flagler County!.Fjorldas
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. chancery aa above
that will not be in danger are Keystone Heights 0' 5 1 000 CASE NO. 628 cancellation and rescission of that
BULLDOGS CLOSE OUT IN RE: Estate of certain Deed from Michael W.
the quail that stayed around WILLIAM H. ATKINSON JR., Murray to Warren L. Murray da-
SEASON, FRIDAY NIGHT the in Bunnell and GAMES NOVEMBER 16 Deceased. ted July ZOo 196%. and filed for rec-
yards many NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll ord in the office of the Clerk of
The Bunnell Bulldogs will I families had them for pets by Callahan at Bunnell : creditors of the estate of the Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial
William H. Atkinson Jr., deceased Circuit in and for Flagler County,
close out the 1962 season with feeding them. I have seen manyin Ovelda at St Joseph, Nov. 15 are hereby notified and requfreJto Florida, in Official Records Book 6
feed them file any claims or demands at page 482. purporting to conveyto
the Callahan Ramblers who my yard and we Baldwin at Crescent CityD which they may have against satd the defendant. Warren L. Hurray -

have a 4-4-1' record. The Ramb- all year round. & B at Father Lopez Nov. 17 estate In the office of the county fee simple title to the following
judge of Flagler County. Florida described real property located
lers who have a pro 'type of- We enjoy watching'them peck Taylor at Keystone Heights In' the courthouse at Bunnell. Flor- and situated in Flagler County,
for the feed. In the spring ida within six calendar months Florida, to-wit:
fense could make it for
rough away from the date of the first publica- Lots 21, 22, 23 and 24, Block
the Bulldogs. They have one of you will see the little quail LITTLE MOE SEES tion of this notice. Each claim or 4; Lots 13. 15, 21, 22. 23. 24.
demand must be In writing and 25 and 26. Block 6: Lota 13.
the best fullbacks in Doug Far watched by the mother and BULLDOG WIN FRIDAY must state the place of residenceand 15. 21 and 22. Block 11: The

ley and and learning to take care of them postotflce address of the claim- South 38 feet of Lot :24, Block
a good
very speedy Well football will ant and must be sworn to by the 5. and all of Lots 25, 26, 27 I
halfback in Deamon Green. selves. our claimant. his agent or his attorney. and 28. Block 6; all being In-
look close Friday I night., Callahan or it will become void accordingto Atlanta Beach a subdivision
THE RECORD They grow sure law. as per map or plat of said
Ca1J pretty when I certainly Ramblers will be in town. If October' 10th. 1962.S subdivision on file in the office
aa grown.
/ Man drey B. Atkinson of the Clerk of the Circuit
Crawford and Co. the
6 ,Orange Park 20 love to hear that whistle: BobWhite up S/ Glenda Atkinson Pelllcer Court in and for Flagler
which Ramblers we should put this in Administrators of the Estate of County. Florida .in Plat Book
6 St. Joseph 13 Bob-bob White William H. Atkinson Jr. Deceased 3 at page 24

20' Folkston, Ga. 6 sometimes is a warning of danger .I our win column. I hope so. First publication October 25. 1962 and you are hereby summoned ot-
October 25 & NOT. 1-8-15-1962-4tc dered and
required to file
7 Hastings 7 or a call that food is here. Well that Hastings game turn- written answer or defenses to the

ed out to be a tough one. The Complaint 1? the above filed cause herein In against the office you I
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Bulldogs missed Coach Manuel mitt :JHaglrr Srilranr of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
in and for Flagler -
FOR ALL HOURS DAY OR NIGHT : who was away because of hisdaddy's ida. located in the Court House at
BUNS ELL, FLORIDA Bunnell. Florida.. on or before the
death. I believe Coach 10th day of December A. D. UI%.
could have gotten one more at the hour of 5:00 o'clock P. )(... ,
AMBULANCE MRS. M.B. FULLER Editor EST. and to serve a copy of such ,
touchdown. But those are the answer or defenses upon Isham I
PHONE VAlley '41625ST. W. Adams, plaintiffs attorney herein -
SERVICE things that make that ball whose address Is 121 Broad-
bounce so funny. Designated Official PvbllcatUa way, Daytona Beach Florida, on
or date. If you fall
for P blle Notice of Flakier
,I to do ao a decree pro confesso will
Never hesitant about Garcia Ambulance. Wean Most of the seniors on the Cwnmtr, Mumlclpalltle thereto be entered against you for the relief -
be<<, calling a demanded in said Complaint.It .
Bulldog team played a hum- mmd tie State of Florida is further hereby ordered that
always at your service with promptness safety and dinger last year at Calla. this Notice and Order shall Ite
published week for t
once a four
experience nan. To me it was one of their Entered as second claaa matter consecutive weeks In The Flagler .
Tribune a newspaper published in ,
Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator finest games last season. So let's February S. 1913. at the postofflce Bunnell. Flagler County. Florida,

t go boys. This is your last, game. at Bunnell. Florida under act of and in said having Flagler a general County. Florida.circulation (

Funeral Home t Randy, Flynn, Quenten Brice, March 3. 1876. WITNESS my hand as Clerk of
Garcia the said Circuit Court of Flagler
: Jimmy, Dean Eric-ya all did County. Florida.. at Bunnell. Flag

P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director : a good job. See ya all and will One year _._._.x$2.50 of ler November.County Florida A. D. ,1962.this 2nd day

LADY .ASSISTANT : be rootin fer you all. Best of Six month! fl.25 (SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE '

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Q4us q.lo4ida ed most .of the time with pro
i tective fungicides and: denuded
of flower buds
(By Rervey Sharpe)
I Select a site in a sunny lo.
Gardening in a fallout shelteris cation. 'I i
In the event the bed is'
the, latest craze. At least it
located near large plants. proI I .
is !
one way to while away the
tect{ the rose bushes from maI -, ,
time if the Cuban crisis revives. tLi'Ii .
rauding roots with -a sheet of \ '
Advice on what to grow is I metal roofing buried vertically

limited: However, most fallout along the side of the' bed.
shelter gardeners claim that
Prepare the 'planting site priorto
they have best luck with
securing the, rose bushes. If
chemical gardens. Using their
the soil is loose, light and
grammar sandy, remove >it to a depth of
chemistry, The war gardeners
15. inches and replace with compost .
have "grown" colorful crystalson ,
of rotted leaves, cow manure -
lumps of .coal .-and bits of
-- and rich 'hammock soil.
broken ,bricks.
For' best growth, be sure the replaced -
All,that is t required is a dish
material Is quite acid.
J' of salty water and a. lump of ;
Many sandy soils in south Florida . SHELTON'S .
coal. In a few days white crys- :
contain too much lime for
tals will form on the'coal. Coloris .
best rose production, .say University ,
.,'added,. .. to the' ..' crystals]; .. with of Florida rose specialists. .
drops of 'Ole 'fashion ''bluing' .Choose for :' . GROCERY 'ii'TL
an 'otercastday :}
iodine! pr colored ink.6nV .. .
First check1 the ,
planting. plant .
,. I ' ') . -
underground gardener is ; '
carefully ,and cutback the bush 1
seeking chemicals that will :: .. '
to four or five eyes. Trim. off .
.majce, the fallout! helter,glow all "broken roots. ". '.
I J in the dark. Until this idea is;

. developed, try ,rose. gardening,i Be sure the planting holes are . . .: :' ;
,to accommodatethe
(I. large enough . .
because, roses man's best '
are I
without crowding. In .

friend.Roses, perhaps, :won't., settle the handful bottom of of garden each ,hole fertilizer dropa z i SWIFT'S PREMIUM BUTTERBALL !>itd. .. : : :,, >> .

global spats, but they often will and lightly with soil. '. WILSON'S CERTIFIED 6 'TO :;POUND . '
cover top '
patch up'a domestic tiff; Grow- : i .. :' : .: :,:,:, : . :
Dip the roots of each plant in : -
ing roses /to settle disputes and .t. ,
a bucket of water just before .LB2 .
: .
for other reasons can 'develop .' : .! :
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planting. Insert the new bush .
into an, interesting hobby.Varieties's . -' ..:-i '" 'i" '
that the root will I
to plant 'can: be a so system ; : , : ; ...
stand at the'same level that it ..i .. -- _" '. .. : :
Old fashioned favorites
problem.have, advantages- over the- stood in the nursery row. ', PRICES GOOD TILL,THANKSGIVINGlS. ,' ';:: :. ::
With a slow stream of water :
newcomers. These include such :
from 'a hose, work the soil about
roses as Louis Phillippe, Minnie, ,.
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Francis, Marie Van Houtte and
ground level; Pack firmly and Eo '' .
Safrano. Often they thrive where '
the modern hybrids succumb to put a saucer, of earth about the. ( :' : : : :
plant to hold water. ? ;
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the deep South Tropical temperatures ' ,
When the rose bushes: begin ? ja CHOICE BEEF SALE .
high "humidity and .
diseases. . leaf, ,out, the keep an eye out I ," :.',_' -t f"h.. .' ....
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for diseases such as black spot, I "
for the most, dedicated '
brown'canker, and powdery mil: ROUND LB. = .
hobbyist, the; modern .hybrid STEAK 88"e 33CLB:
dew. Insect1 pests that may*,harm AND RIB ,
the to ,
roses are grow .
the bushes will include aphids,

SitePlant thrips, pumpkin bugs cottony- ,2: -
roses for cut. flowers ina sushion scale and red BONE AND .
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separate, cutting. garden, be- mites SIRLOIN: .:l 98eLB., ; ,
cause ""they're far from handsome ii'
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if pruned ,, ..
properly Cover *
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'on controlling .these ,: *
CHUCK OAS1f : LB- -:. :;; . ,39c ;}
will be your best source of in- : .. 52. GROUND BEEF. ?
. 3..LBS. Ii
{ insects ,and diseases. /"-,, . . .t _
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GARDEN CLUB'S William Vaughan returned to BY l eGld7r

BUSINESS MEETING I Washington D. C. Wednesdayafter
: spending the past three From Ed Rose, Mill City, The problem of storagein
The Garden Club met at the when a child's room, especially
weeks visiting with Mr.: and Nevada: I remember we
home of Mrs. Clara Bateux with would rent a horse and buggy and in the smaller modern .::S..L1P..' f
:Mrs. George M. Moody and in 'I
homes can drive a mother 4
all the family would pile in and go :
Schwink '
Mix Florence co Bunnell with Mr. and Mrs. Wal- frantic. i .
on a picnic. It would usually takea r
hostess. After refreshments were .
ter Morris. RememberingNavydays, +
couple of hours to get to the
served a business meeting was place we had in mind. when a footlocker was a -
held. There 'were 17 members necessity one father constructed ,
i As I remember, it was a stream : : -
present. Mrs. George M. Moody and that held a good-size beaver dam. a footlocker
: Mrs.' Beteux presented ;Mrs. her father, Herbert: Patterson, Then'we kids would chase around each child. ;

Betty Strom for membership. visited in Gainesville Wednesday the hills picking ,berries or may- Althougstrutted these were
in home
from branchof a
be making whistles a
. Mrs. 'sChwink told about her with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ward. wiDow. shop they can be made at '

/- dried arrangement, the colorr Mr. Ward is a patient in theTeaehiltg Later dad got_,.a.,1915.Overland any lumber firm if you h' <
1 blends,, and ,tollage. The next Hospital there for ., car: It,turned out :#hat=the car furnish a rough drawingand '; z:-' z >
meeting would be at Mrs. Splv treatment and is in critical con was not as"reliable'as the horse give size. And they

ys with_ Mrs. McCabe co-host dition. and buggy. There :were times we are not too, expensive. TWO problems were solved. Be-
ess had to get out and push. Some The home decorator then sides being an excellent storage

The. Club will. times we ,:would turn it around painted them to match the room's space, they furnished seats for
:Gar/ietf sponsorthe and back it up a hilL It seemed to decoration scheme and added a the children; especially useful
: Christmas lighting this: year Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burnham,. 4o better that way. pad/for, 'thetop. when/they dress. ". "
with 'M 's.i Marie ,Brede ,as. chairman I remember the first radio I
of Goffstown, N. H., are arrivingthis
I giver heard. The man next door -
week to spend the winterat .
The 'Christmas party will beDecember i us got a crystal set. It had no -
their home here. :itteries, just 'a needle that.he '
,the 11, ;af'Jhe Rom:
..-ratched acroSs a crystal, while
an's Club. Mrs. Schwink' ,is party stening with headphones. We DISTRIBUTION SALE. '
chairman and Mrs. Beteux is it something
really thought was
'food' chairman. .Mrs. Splvey and Most' tourists coming to FlorIda when he got a noise.I 9 CORNER, LOTS ON RIDGEWOOD ,AVE. .
choose accommodations
MrS', McCabe represented the remember my dad saying,
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Garden' : Club at the survival .during their stay. last 'I wouldn't be surprised to hear NEAR HIGH SCHOOL TO THE HIGHEST: .
Bunnell last Thursday 3 year 56 per cent fisted motelsas hat someone has gone to the .
qt light. . '7 j while' '19 : 'to Jeved.that would happen But, he
ai s and flowers will be sentton. per cent jplanned :' would neither have believed that -. ... ..
:.. Ether''Junegling who:Is !! stay with. friends" :-or relatives.' some day a picture would be'seen : JAMES S. McDONOGH '.. .:. ..... :.
Elgh per ,said they would via Telstar from all the '
Uf4fher home and to Mrs. AJ-, war. Bunnell Florida
live in hotels, while six centplailned'
w: Hanselpacker at tHe Or.jnd per across the world. I
(< I: Beach Hospital. ments. t. Th O14 TlMer. mmuatty Press
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The Woman's Society of Chris.. ]

Uan Service of the Flagler,Beach :

Methodist Church will hold r their. I

; annual Country Fair: tomorrow I
(Friday) November .16th, beginning -

, at 10 A.M. and continuingl' .

,' most of, the day. .
The location will be the Mitchell -
Alexander Building across
from the Flagler Beach of-
post z' ;,,: '"'ix::
I fice. There will be handwork

homeade candy, homeade ,baked . tfc
.i:!(+}:.Y,1S3.;:'S'LhY / ; "". :: : -r" :.
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goods, aprons grab bag for the !5'y ?' jn .
children; and. many unusual '. .- -
items that will,make nice Christmas pc x,

. gifts. Chill, sandwiches .

pie and coffee 'Will be1\ served I Y\ ',' .

\. from lunch time' on. i I

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'Mr. and Mrs Bradford Bowen

spent last week in Rockledge ............
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. B.W.-

Kirby arid Mr. and Mrs. Charles. : .: .

Card of: Merritt Island.Community. .. .
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Church Service 11:00 A.M. :; :
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ing. During 4he businesss meet- THE BOOK NOOK
ing plans were made for: the
Christmas party and also the HELEN KELLER p as
Christmas baskets. By ,Lorena HickokA
Those present were Betty BiographyDo
LOCALS White, _Betty /Hawkins, Joan you, want a book that will
Peavy, Joan Crews. Carol Jean be interesting, until the last

Atkinson, Pat Cowart, Marjorie .page?
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( I Kinney, and Elissa Tilton. Then read this book about a

Mr. ,and Mrs. Floyd Hurl were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Decker left girl who had scarlet fever when
business visitors in Douglas, Wednesday for New Orleans COUNTRY CLUB I she was little, it left her deaf
Arizona, last week. They were where they will attend the MEETS WITH and blind, it tells how she over
accompanied. home by their son Massey-Ferguson convention. At ,MRS. COWART I came this handicap by having
; :David.: the convention there will be a I Mrs. Pat Cowart was hostess a teacher to help her. Her teacher
showing ofthe company's new to members of the Country Club I was also blind.If .
line of products. on Monday evening at her new you are interested in finding
Mrs Rodgers Turner and her I home in Haw Creek. I out what happens to Helen,

l fatherOmega DUrance, were Mrs. A. F. Tucker has return. During the business meetingthe you should come to our libraryat
J recent visitors in Wakulla' the ed to her home here from: Cocoa I club voted on new mem ,once. P
guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,Jimmy where she visited a week with I bers, and planned the Christmas Library Assistant,
Helms. Mrs. Helm is the daughter her son and, daughter in law, i party. They also planned for Carolyn Harris.
,of Mr Durrance and sister Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert .Tucker. the Christmas' baskets' which TV HOSTESS' : .;
) of Mrs. Turner. While there they flew to'Charles- will be distributed by the club. By Jeanne Bowman
, ton S. C., for the South Carolina- Those present included Naomi Fiction
Guest. :of Mr. and Mrs.' Harry Virginia Military Institute football Pellicer, Jeanette Bertha, Lisa Lee, a young girl, was a secretary
I Atkinson during the past weekend game. The Tuckers' son, Tilton, Mary Tucker, Margie for an office firm. She
" 0.; was their uncle, Alex, Atkinson '. Andy, plays with the VMI team. Kinney, Madge Johnston, Florence caught the flu , of Brunswick Ga. Tilton, Molly Bertha, Phyllis the office waited on her duringher \P

Mrs. Charles McKnight and Bertha, Freda Deen, and illness. The boss sent her
I Mr. and Mrs. John Sutherlandand son, Ken, of Boston, Mass., arrived , Margaret Jane Deen., his portable television set to
children of Vero Beach were Thursday for a visit with As a surprise feature membersof watch so she would not get too
visiting here during' the past Mr. and Mrs. T. K. McKnight for the club ,presented Mrs. Cow- lonely. She started watchingthe
. Lava
weekend with Mrs. Neva Eisen- two weeks. art with gifts for her new home. television a lot, and she sawa Baki BON,VOYAGE.actress-wife acter.Bon Lovely
bach and- Mr. and Mrs. C. :B. man whom she admired very
: Bandell, sailed for Europe recently
,Eisenbach.W. ELAINE SKOLAR Clifford Higginbotham return much. Norm De Rose was a with: her husband..
CELEBRATESANNIVERSARY newsman. Lee met him and the
E. Kudrna, returned to his I ed to his home here during the story of her love life went from painful operation of having their ,
home here last Thursday after past weekend from Willow, skin pricked with a sharp bone
there. She got a Job at the TV
I .undergoing surgery ,at'the Halifax Elaine Skolar, daughter of Mr. Alaska, where he and Mrs. Hig. broadcasting station., I dipped in soot ',and coconut oil.
in Beach. I and Mrs: F. G. Skolar, celebrated. ginbotham and three daughters They set the style'' for the traditional
Hospital Daytona
l V her seventh birthday anniversary spent. the past two years. Mrs. She and Norm broke up and 1 I mark of a seaman.
, Saturday afternoon. The Higginbotham and children : he went away for about four
Mrs. T. K. McKnight is a
pa- was given at the Skolar turned several weeks te.1 years, and then came back to
.tlent'in the Putnam County Me- ago. Sixteen of Florida's State
her. in
I home Palm Ace. Invited was living a dumpy
;orial Hospital in Palatka where r on decided Parks provide overnight campIng I
, guests included Elaine's class. apartment so Norm to
she underwent ,surgery Thurs. facilities.
nice comfortable
get a
mates in the second grade.
1 _day. She is reported: as improving Games were features of entertainment METHODIST CHURCH apartment, but she sad she ..

satisfactorily. during' the afternoon. ,NEWS couldn't afford it, but he said, I TV SERVICEALL
! cake and ice cream "We could together." 'So they
Visiting here with Mrs. W. E.Kudrna' Methodist Church Sunday
were' and TV
engaged on they
was served to the young guests. MAKES
the two weeks School will af.10'o'cloc
past washer convene
made a stoi'y'of them; too. They
I sister, Mrs. Maude Lloyd of MRS. HOLLAND IS - <; .Sunday morning. i were married in a small wed.. Agent For
I Jacksonville. She ,is alsq spending The morning worship. service ding
several days this week,'with HOSTESS TO UDC is at 11 o'clock. -, ceremony.Library Assistant, RCA & PHILGO

Mrs. E. A. Hunter in Espanola. MEETING .THURSDAY' : The Methodist Youth Fellow Donna :Miller.TATTOOING TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD
II. Mrs. Zack Holland was hostess ship will meet at 6 o'clock Sun AND INSTALLED
to members sof the United day evening. They will ,have as
KENNETH TAYLORIS Daughters of the Confederacy at ,their<< 'guests this Sunday evening I. AN OLD ART I TUBES TESTED FREE
," their meeting Thursday after- the Seville Methodist YoutJi Fellowship I' Ta'ttooing has 'been. practiced)
PROMOTED noon. Ten members were pres- for the ,evening pro. l less than 200 years in the West TV BobFLAGLER

Kenneth S. Taylor of Bunnell ent.Mrs. gram. ern World. Early visitors to Tahiti
has been promoted to airan Walter Knight presidedover The Friendly Circle :will meet found both men and wom- BEACH
second class in the United the short business meetingand in the fellowship hall tonightat en decorated with "tattows." PHONE HE 9-2204
States Air Force. plans were made for the 8 o'clock. Some sailors underwent the .

Airman Taylor is, ,assigned to January meeting. ,
the 18t .Communications Squad-
ron at Westover AFB as a com PINETTES MEET .

munications A graduate center of Bunnell specialist High MRS.MONDAY HUNTER.WITH : '

School, the airman is the son ,Mrs. Ann Hunter was hostess R E WAR D .
.of Mr. and Mrs." Ernest C Tay- to members of the Pinettes Club :
lor, ,Bunnell. :Monday evening for their. me4t.f' -

; information leading to the arrest and conviction

f' LOOK MothersSemi $$50000' or persons. for the theft of cattle.. from, '

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The "Juniors wjsho ,-thank in the parade. N are getting ready for book week. finish our work we get a bookto

;; dlVjh' everyoyne who "attended their Julie Brown, Reporter. We are getting books from our. read. Book week is. a very-

dance and their chaperones, Mr. Grade "Cinderella-Western llbr rlan. We made book men. nice time.to read books.

; Softool Ned and Mrs. Townsend, Mr. and Style" and Rumpelstiltskin" are We are reading lots of books I.I By Davey

Annual Mrs. James Crews and their the titles of the plays which like to read books. Our room is pretty. Novemberthe
of' Sent to Printers : .
Copy ;
Mrs. Laura'Morris's fourth grade By Donna Steflik 11th to November the 17th
The first thirty! -four pages
: sponsors.Nell
."c, of the '1963 Pineawere sent to Johnston, Reporter. will present this Friday in the Our room is pretty. Book Week is book week. We will read lots

of school auditorium. Included in is coming soon! ohf! what fun of books. At book week we will
the printers ,last week. These Grade 8B The A section
,' their the cast are: Tommy Bratcher, for me! I like books. I love the read books. I love second grade.
: pages consisted of group pictures the eighth grade
George Buckles Reuben Cole,
second Vivian
By Gail Arnold
t of the elementary, individual float In. a garage., On Friday the grade.By
Minnie Deen, Philip Ehlenbach, Robin
t' photos >of the junior high float committee finished the McHugh., Wednesday our room had a

and senior, 'high ''students foot- float and entered it in the pa Patricia Harding, Dudley Improta Book week is coming soon, Halloween party. Davey's mother

ball pictures. and advertising.' rade. They used the theme Chip Johnston, Mike Kelley, and, we are getting books from was there. Richard's motherwas
Kim Mercer Sharon Pache Rick-
t\ The annual staff, worked very' "Brand Em' Bulldogs" and Chris- 'our librarian. We like to read there. Christine's' mother

r hard to meet; this, deadline. tine Casey, Shirley Townsend, ey Palczewski, Kay Perryman, I books. We have lots of men in I was here. Our room played a
Robertson David Steflik
r, Annuals, are, still being sold.! Rick Anderson and Tillman Greg our room holding flags saying game called "Pin the Eye on the

L A small' deposit will 'hold an1: Robinson rode on the. float in Elayne Tucker, Debby Wheeler, "Reading is Fun" and they gave Owl". We had. cookies and can
and Susan The
I F annual for you./No ember 15,,is', parade. Higginbotham. I book covers on them that say dy to eat.
first performance will start at,!
r.' the last day to reserve an an-. Dale Abbott Reporter. 9:30 a. m. the name of the books. When we By Kim j'

i. nual. "ic*, FTA-The FTA held their FHA-The officers of the FHA

; gfe ;r !appreciate? the co-opera.: monthly meeting: on Tuesday, for this year are as follows:

::' tioji'everyone: has given' us whilewprkingr"on"the ; November 13, in Mrs. Murray'sroom Janice ,Lovelace, President Alii-

: annual., during the fourth period. For The Best In
da Tucker, V. P. Elect; Cheryl
: vCaroline, Clifton Editor; I The members who attended the Skolar, V. P. of Degrees; Susan
.iNew< Student-David Richardson convention in Clearwater gave a, McMillan Parlimentarlan
- Co.h.\ ' } Mary KEROSENE & HEATING OIL '
',;, a. 'new !studenthas enrolled* brief discussion: on their trip. I I Matthews V P Public Relations -, ,

in BunnelRHigK-School.: David Mary Pache, Reporter. ; Heidi Eisenbach, Secretary .. :

: came." .to, Bunriell from' the.. .. Douglas Library Club-Members of the ;; Ida Allen, Treasurer; Jen' Always SpecifySinclair .:'- . ,
k, Jr.i*,.IJfgh Schoolzln :Douglas, Library, Club met In' the t library nie Bennett, Historian; Mary : > : '

: Arizoria?''He, has; been 'assigned\ last Wednesday' to discuss decorations Brown. V. P. ,of Works; Nancy : "

to honrei'oom7' A' and ranwill. ; for their car,in the Homecoming Wilson, V. P. of Programs; Linda ,,;: : : ;

play tija! { meet in :the band.. ''), parade. They also made Harris, V. P. of' Recreation. _: , .,
t Graded/til The .Hom oming; plans for {heir dance after the The membership the FHA '

paradespbaisored by the Junior football game this Friday, night .
I ,club this year is 79 girls.This
. Class was 'a huge- success withal J I with music; :supplied by the includes girls in the eighth AND FOR THE. .BEST" SERVICE. :, .

la'rgeij': : i6, of. ',floats. and 1 "laturais"This will be' the last through twelfth grades. .

cars. Prizes were. aw y ed."f' q: : football "dance- and it is expected The, club, wishes to thank CALL SINCLAIR REFINING CO. .
Junior Class 'Ycrown Um' ,Bull- to lie a big success. for
; Jimmy Lopez the use of his .
. dogs'V.prettiest '$4.00; .7A. "Lick: _. I. This is National Children's car in the Homecoming parade. '. ., "

Um' Bulldogs", most originalSLOGaad..Sophomore Book Week. In celebation of this, Mary Matthews, . ." ... . 4373516.IF .:.. : .. '
Class. members of the Library Club V. P. of Public Relations .t_ '"
"Rock Um' Bulldogs"' best oar will be 'visiting, elementary Grade 2-The following'stories'I -. : :-::IF- NO ANSWER CALL .... :

$L00 classes to tell a story ,to the have written : '.
5 The Homecoming dance with children.' Craig's been second grade by.class about Opel I T. A.:JONES ..:...........u..u..u. ID 7-3310 u .

the theme "Harvest Frolic" prayed 1 i Martha Durrance, Reporter National Children's Book Week;F OR -
.to"be a very successful dance ,Grade 7B -The B sectionf. the November 1117. -.

even though 'there, was no victory (seventh grade entered a .float; in Book week is coming soon, We F. W. TINGLEY u........:................439-2044 I

to celebrate. A large number -.I[the Homecoming parade., Those .

rof couples ;attended the i riding on the float were:' \Julie: ; :- t

dance, and enjoyed ,the music 'Brown, the queen;,, Danny Rouse -h"c ..>...........................I.... ..:.... ,
played by the "Country Rocks". and Mike ,Bross, football play; 'L ".... .." '. :,. '
L Decorations were furnished by t ers; Elaine Tidwell, Ginger New- "first class" go electric!! *. .. :
members of the Junior Class and ell, and Kathy Anderson cheer- : go .. :

followed' the i'HarveSt'Frolic" I leaders. They wish to thank, Mr. ._-" > : .. ..Af'S CHEAPER TOO -1 ;', .. ..
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, 3 PAGE EIGHT _ ___ THE FLAGLER TRIBTJNE, BUNNELL. frLOKIDA Thursday,. Nov. 15, 1962

1', Silver I tax ruling which was favorably son of Ocala; Mrs. Harriet- Ray NUCLEAR POWER CRUISING j I passengers and stow 10,000 tons _I
",: Springs concluded.The Berman of Mobile; and WilliamB. N.s: Savannah, the world's!; of cargo.

':: 3900 acre area,acquired by Ray of Ocala. first nuclear powered merchant] .
: Sale i AB-PT includes the largest The present Silver Springs ship, could cruise 14 times around -.I Besides tourists coming to 1

American Broadcasting; Company known group of springs in the complex of buildings was erected the earth at speeds 'up I Florida to visit in a specific city ..

o. .' Paramount Theatres, Inc." world among its many' tourist in 1955. Victor A. Lundy, the to 23 knots without refueling. last year, 1,649,212 said they

, : bras acquired Florida's Silver, attractions. architect of Silver Springs, received Costing almost $47 million, the planned to stay on the move
Springs, one of'the nation's most More than 1,750,000 tourists the 1956 progressive architect Savannah can, ,accommodate 60 and tour all parts of the state.

':" populer'scenic attraction centers,I annually visit Silver Springs award for his design. The

":: according to -a recent announcement. which is located near Ocala, main structure contains more
:- Florida. than 50,000 square feet of floor FOR
The acquisition" Silver space. There is also a restaurantand

Springs has been subject to a The,most famous attraction at numerous gift shops. PROTECTION. AGAINST EXPENSES OF
Silver Springs is the internationally Silver Springs is ,the second ,

; known Glass Bottom Boat scenic attraction center in Florida CANCER
: ride the main spring and
the 14 ,other spring groups.;The also owns Week Wachee, '
< -
" 'S. "t. new feature is the Aquatorium, Springs near Tampa The main H. T. COOK AGENCY ,

" ADS' an underwater theatre over attraction to the increasing num- Phone ID 7-3361 Bunnell Florida
looking the main spring basin
ber of tourists visiting: Weeki
under this .aeadla are wher visitors can take pictures
. word each InaertlaB Wachee is an unusual under.
S e nta per *
75 ceata la Minimum e...... through large plate glass win I
water program viewed 14 feet 1
dows of life beneath the sur
'. FOR SALE-Folding wheel chair I below the surface of the water,
face. 24 HourWrecker _: :_. !
( in good condition Call ID 73358. I in ta recently completed, new
" Nov. 15ltp; Other attractions include a auditorium which accommodates Service 1Jj' 1
I five-mile river boat trip throug'hdense
CABBAGE PLANTS -,for sale. persons. ;
'. Seminole 3\
\ J tropical jungles; a -,
'. Large well rooted, dry weather I Indian' village; Ross I Flagler Truck & Tractor Co. ;
v \ harden ..Will make you a regular Allen's Reptile Institute; Tommy YOU ,ARE ;1
. stand, $1.35, per thousand MASSEY-FERGUSON .
Bartlett's Deer Ranch; the Princeof DRIVING BLIND!
: delivered. Greenback, early Peace, Memorial and Caval- Grove Farm Industrial Equipment

glory, marion market and Wisconsin cadla, 'which houses the largest ,
globe. Count and ,quality known collection of horse-drawn VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 '

,, guaranteed.% Our phone is vehicles and ,antique and classic Owner Bunnell Florida
985-3509, please use it freely, or: cars.
contact our ,broker, Hastings nI
Silver which .
Springs, was .
,Fla. Crescent
Planters, Hastings, "
a known 'resort as far back as ..
Farms, Moultrie, Ga., '
Nov. 15=2tp the late 1800's, was developed as I xiz CRAIG FUNERAL HOME

a major attraction center, beginning -
SALE in Beach { in 1924 the families of
FOR Flagler by A. H. CRAIG.. Funeral Di.ectorAIR -
Fla. Duplex, cement construction W. C. Ray and W> M. Davidson. \
!I ':._._ JOHN, HARDIN. Associate '
. When allow discourtesy
with you .
dOUble: garage, apart The owners of the partnershipare '.
from another motoristto :
ment, furnished, $9,000. Owner, : W. M. "Shorty" Davidsonof "or make --' OXYGEN 4 ,,
upset you you so LADY'
17-6th Street: Nov. 15. Silver',Springs;; W, C. Ray, Sr. angry that you retaliate with 'I 'r: GQNDmONED I I ,EQUIPPED
of Ocala; Hugh M. Ray of Ocala; "blind madness" one of ,the i r CHAPEL ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
FOR S.ALE-8 32 Glider Trailer greatest contributing factors .in, 1 1I
I Mrs. Pearl Ray Long of,'Ocala;',
'sleeps 6, priced reasonable. highway accidents. '
fi J r
Mrs. Ruble Ray Cunningham of : Phone ID 7-3532
See George Moody,. Sr., Flagler :
Charlotte; W. C. Ray, Jr. of I I Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune, I :"
Beach. > i 201 E. MOODY '_ BUNNELL FLORIDA
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.Ocala; Mrs. Bonnie Ray Richard ? S&50 ,A Year. In ,Advance; .
A WATKINS ROUTE-in this ,. ','- ,;, .. _
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.res. i is 'open for semi-retlred : ; 'f :'r/

man,or-lady.; Many semi-retired :
people ire earning $50.00 to $100

':, per,week depending,on: time devoted : '
to? the business. Maybe
you, cap qualify., For personal! V 11ft i/iiovoIot lPucks V
interview in your area, write J. '

H. McG r1ty, Williston. ,Florida. V .

/ ATTENTION: Ladies in Bunnell

and surrounding: areas who, are
interested in full or part time

employment., For complete information .
write ''Mrs.: C. Crosby,

Route 2; Bob: 179, Starke Fla.

.. Nov. 1-8-15-3tp

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REFINISHING-Furnitun? refinished na'd

and repaired. Experienced .
on; antiques. Chairs recaned. MIr
Tel.439'-2007, 10-11-tf I : ,

WANTED-Bulk (L.P. ,Gas) cus- ..
tomers. ;Call Harris Appliance& I HK Yp aid.WJ /' % 14AdYL 41.. I

Gas. ID-7.3367, Bunnell, Florida.Aug .. ;
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On TV.;r Radios; Hi-Fi, Sewing .
Machines, Vacuum Cleaners and
all ,small appliances. All work A F4

guaranteed. Ormond Hardware : : :
!SA W. *Granada next 7-Eleven
Ormond Beach, Fla. Phone 677-
4114. May 17-tfc ; i r4 '
FOR SALE-L.P. Bulk Gas. We I

will flllv your tank or we will 3R' ro I

'. furnish you with a 'tank. Call' :, w ktY

Harris Appliance & Gas. Co. at ..
-'-' -' .
,, ID 7-3367, Bunnell, Florida. ":" ." .'It.'
I. You can be sure that new engines, frames, suspensions that licked Mexico's Baja*
TANK-cleaning reasonable .
rates. George: Jarosz, phone t Run will work for you' long, faithfully and at traditionally low Chevrolet cost.A .
ID '7-3410 5-17-11-17-pald
Chevrolet' truck has always been a sound investment because of its

Ocean front housekeeping: apartments quality construction. This is what makes it-.give you an honest day's

f. 1 and 2 bedrooms com- work every day at very'low cost and-when ,you are finished,with it-
pete with linens and all utilities.
Sun deck, fishing,. swimming,I return more resale money to your happy pocket. CHEVROLET

loafing. Day, week or month. This year stronger frames, engines that can pull more, and practically

Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. tailor-made suspension systems make Chevrolet trucks a better buy

HE 9-2082! 7-6tf'. than ever. If you're in the market now, we'd welcome the chance to tell QUALITY TRUCKS

..-:,..,-. .....-. you about, and let you drive, the new trucks. Just give us a call. ALWAYS'COST LESS

r.JOHNSTON'& .Pro* itced bAAL i ..
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FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO.I V ,See the "New Rellables" now at your Chevrolet dealer's ., '-" ',} j jI

,LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT . .. ... .. ..............."..-......-. r
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See u* for your ACREAGE real estate needs I f. -- '

Office'Phone HE '9.2242 it t HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY .
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Residence Phones .ID 7-3691: , '" <

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