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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: October 13, 1960
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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: VOLUME 48, NO..40. BUNNELL; FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1960 f t' 4$2.50/A; YEAR '
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i, :.; \ Bulldogs Meet I'Hl.Y NEW; CLUB OFFICERSThe ELECTS 'Junior Hi,Squad I TO CIGARETTE FLAGLER TAXES COUNTYMUNICIPALITIES i I Cattlemen's.! = JI


C D&BFrkUyEvening j HI-Y of Bunnell' High Roster Is Given I i'CrackerDay'
School held Its
organization I The 5-cents a package tax on
: Here 1 I meeting for the 1930-61 school The Bunnell Junior High football i cigarettes collected by the State Is November 12
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i year on Thursday,. October 13, [' team played the Daytona I,t Beverage Department for municipalities
.- ., I during the activity period. .!Beach Junior team there Friday I"l \ in Flagler County in I ;
y The ''Bunnell Bulldogs meet I The following members were' afternoon. The Daytona Beach August amounted to: I II i Saturday November 12, has ;
F", ,:.-, the Florida Deaf .& .Blind:. team J ;elected as officers for the coming Bulldogs won Over:, the local JJ!I City of Bunnell, $1,536.46; Beverly -I been set for the Flagler County <

.. -on the home field Friday' night I year: Cary Holland, president; team 35.0. T I Beach, $56.69; Flagler Beach I Cattlemen's Association's Ninth i
'. ... for:: the fifth game'of the season.!i I'John Craig, vice-president; Jerry The second game of the sea- $634.48; and Marineland $121.43. Annual. Cracker Day and Barbe- !
. This ,is the second game, at '''Burnsed, secretary; David Cook; son for the local team was I The total collected over the I que. The celebration will be t
'.' home this season, and there will!I(I treasurer; Mike McMillan. chaplain played at 4 o'clock yesterday I II I I state for August amounted to I staged at the Cattlemen's Race- I
.: \ *- be three more, home games. The j:[ !I afternoon at Port;Orange. The $2,724,835.02. Of this amount ,way on U.S. Highway 1 about
next one is October '28 with !i!: Plans were discussed for see team was scheduled to have I r$752,803.04' goes to the state's six miles south of Bunnell.
Father Lopez school. This is the'curing additional members, andI their new. football shoes for this[i'I general revenue fund, but the The program for the day will :

-. Homecoming .Game., j I I I another meeting -was scheduled game. ', j'remainder is apportioned. to the include Quarter Horse racing,
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.... On Nov 4 the Bulldogs meet |for October 20, during activity The local Bullpups have three various municipalities according Cow Pony races, as well as several -
Pierson and November 18 it Is 1 i I period for the purpose of re- games scheduled, with' one.-open. I II !to number of packages -sold in competition races including
: ,Newberry, both games here. I ceiving members who failed to date for November. 1[their limits during the month. Barrel, Cloverleaf and Flag
.attend the first meeting. I I October: 19, ..they play there 'I I races. Entrants from several
All boys in grades 10 through turn game with port Orange at, I adjoining counties are expectedto <
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::: '. .Over A Billion 12 are encouraged, to meet with]I 4 o'clock here. -'. I compete in the events of the
the club on Thursday, October !F 'October 25 the Bullpups will I Hi-Y and Tri-.Hi-Y .
T 20;in the school auditorium during go to Ormond for a game thereat day.Again this year thre will bea
t' : axpayersCost activity period. ]I I 4 P. M. Clubs To Sponsor cutting horse contest with well
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:Mr Humphrey and Mr, Can.j! On November 3 the local team known competitors from several -
i For Government J non are cosponsor of the. .I.will play: Daytona Beach in a I Clothing DriveThe I sections of the state participa
, !. Club, this--year. I return game here at 4:45 P. M. I ting. '
t- Florida_ by state and'ocal .governments j Following are the local team 'twill. again sponsor jointly this Cracker Day festivities is Alfred
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f annual
the Save-The-Chil-j:j
Dove Season To I >, year
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; came to .$1,035,500,000 players: \ !Tucker. Chairman for the ad
t' then Clothing Drive In. .Flagler
during, the 1959 ;flscal,year,' the Name 508Age Wt I County.. This drive .is in cooperation .; :1 vertising program is Howard
p. Florida*.State':Chamber of Com- Taylor. ,
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: Open SaturdayFlorida's Jim Lowe B1 J14] with the Save-The-Chll-
_;;:_ r, meree reported.- .. John Scale., -f 'B "13 'WO:;jdren Federation, a- nation-wide Preparation of the meat will
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'' "Thte amdunt includes all 's dove;$inters will Howard .Bow !8.. J, ,B .13. 113 I II I charity organization whose pur be under direction of RobertAllman -
taxes,paid to any branch of ,the,take, to the field 'at 12'noon' Saturday Stuart Rocket J B 12 85 pose is 'to alleviate suffering among who will be assisted :'by
t_: state''"government and to all" October r 15, when' the first: I Ronnie Harris ,. ; B'12 87 I children in low income iI j Steve Sparkman Stubby Me-
f eettety district and municipal i phase of the dove hunting season J Standford ..Robertson B' 12 87 areas of our country. Meat; of I II I[Donald, and James Nettles.rI
..:" ," bodies within the sate. Florida opens in 57aunties, according I Glenn Miller, "* B 12 110 j I the'work of this organization is The committee on races and
, :''::.' ranks tenth amen the, states In I to .A... D. Aldfieh, director of II Robert McDnel| -B 12, ,95 I carried on through the efforts I I games is M. C. ,Strickland as .a
tatal collections s*:the same,as Its I i the,Game and 'Freeh Water Fish j;Harry I ullocir4\ i tg 13 115 of, public schools throughout theUR14ed chairman, Clyde Hag and RayMcQillough
Y F rank in population.irtSBr I Commission, Walter ,Tcwi5< ETjL2 llp The'Catting_ Horsecontest .
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-' "" ;,. -',,:e-; ; !: -JTftvf:1.- "IQ'-. ., ii all' wed Pat Barrow?. 'E' U.---"DO" -All-cltlacRB oL.i\ \mty-are will'bo'\\Jndel"3 irectionof
r:' state's population F last year, j day from 12 noon ntU"1tSuMet Don GumbleE '13 90 asked to gather;their used clothing I i,of RaymonTucker" grid ifcSerVAllman.
:,. Floridians paid,, an average 'of I for 23 consecutive half,days J I Howard Pelllcer, EU 75 shoes, and bedding together I #.
.' $218 to state,and local governments -.I through November 6 in most 1 Elbert Tucker T '13 012 and have them ready' to sendto I.l In addition to these few men
: ;'! together., There were 24 counties.; Dove hunting will not I Leonard Buono T 13 105 oneof the three county named there are a host of .others
! r states with' higher per capita be allowed,in Glades. Charlotte, I Mike Church T 12 schools on Tuesday, October 25. working to carry out a program
E payments, than .Florida during DeSOto, Hardee, Collier Okee- Martin Tucker: T 12 901 I If you do not have a child at that should be of interest. ""_
}f that.year. The national averagewas J chobee, Escambia, Santa Rosa, Buzzy McKnight G 13 115 tending a public school, you -anyone-young or old. ,
: $221. I Okaloosa and Walton Counties Jack Wetherington. ,G, 13 100 may send them with any childor I -
, tJter' monies received by and that portion of Holmes Ronald Gary : G:_.13 90 on any school bus. .
t, these governments in Florida I It County west of the Choctawhat- Mike Tidwell G' 13 $0 Your cooperation is earnestly I Rotary Club to Hear d?"'

. '.. -- include1-' federal grants, .unemployment chee. river, and that portion of Scott Crews.C. 13 115 requested and will ,be sincerely J
.; ; ... : compensation and other > Franklin' County known as Al- Benton Eisenbach C 12 117 appreciated by all members of
;, : trust revenue and public,utility ligator Point Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y Clubs; and of I Rev Jerry Cacopardo
:revenue, together amounting Dove hunting will be allowed ,course by-'all who benefit from
i t ;1" "to" *$315':million. Thus In all 67 .counties +.during the Local Couple Win the clothing collected.-. The' Rotary will fhaVe as
! : Y mentsr In the state govern"t|second, period'of 42 half days, its guest speaker at its regular
I' grand total, of $1,350,500,000 during from November 24 through January luncheon meeting today (Thurs.
r : .. the 1959 fIscal year. Expenditures J 9. ,Hunters will be allowed I,Caribbean Cruiser ; I Field Day Features day), the Rev. Jerry Cacoparddr,
j : for ,all purposes, in- !a daily bag limit of 12, witha f pastor of the San Mateo Presbyterian
r .;- eluding :capital outlay, '.!amounted i j) total possession limit of 24..I.IMr.. and :Mrs. Coy Harris, owners I New Southern PeasThe Church.Mr. .
! '... ,to $$1,442400,000.. Shotguns must be, plugged to of the. Harris Appliances of Cacopardo author of the
" ,,' t "By.."the. end of the year, the I three-shell capacity, 'and rifles I Bunnell,, have been awarded an Inspection of new bree"dt forthcoming book "They Called
a jj ...' ., outstanding stat-local debt are prohibited for- taking' migratory eight-day,-all-expense Caribbean ing lines of Southern peas will It A Miracle' to be published
,:'. came ,to 41,506,000,000, or $316 birds. Cruise as winners in a. sales highlight a special fall field day soon members of the club said.
". per capita Twenty states had Aldrich said the dove season contest. for vegetable growers at the This book tells, the story of his
. -i. .. .a higher per capita, .debt' figure was set 'In two periods to conform The Harris Appliances was University :of Florida October 18. life and about his claimed un
i. ':_' ; than Florida and the ,national to the dove's' migratorypatterns. one of tha top eight General Dr. F. S. Jamison, head of the just imprisonment in Sing Sing
t j T saverage.t was $364. .' and concentration Electric dealers in this area vegetable crops department for Penitentiary for a period of
i >: ,,:' = "Cash and, security holdingsby points in Florida, and to allow i which consist,,of 56 dealers.: The the Agricultural Experiment; Station nearly 20 years.

': .. .,' by state_ -lecal governments in hunters the. maximum ,practical sales contest extended over a says the event is sched- "After this Tragic miscarriageof
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,-: '" Florida in mid-i959, stood at- hunting opportunities.! four months. uled for 1:30 'P.M. at the Horticulture justice he.was released upon
,j..': :X69 -rnilllonr: Mr. and 'Mrs. Harri/ will sail Unit, nine miles north* the confession of the man wlio
f=:'ii.;.". ,: ..The'State. :iCfcamb pointed Public Invited To from Port 'Everglades, Florida, west of Gainesville. framed him for a crime of murder
;., ::.T t .' ".' out that -IH tederal; internal on November 2 Following a survey of the which he'aid,. not commit. '
,t.. rev ftue,'cjsUeet4O s are(1 Included ) breeding material, visitors will it was further declared.Mr. .
;::. : in the:? state. and local government Legion eetonday New football Shoes' go to a nearby ,fanh where at Cacopardo became Inter.
! ,tax! :takw. American Legion .Poet 115 will least five acres of each of three' ested in the_'ministry while in
:- be' host:to the Boys Staterepro. For..BullpupS'ream scheduled release items are beIng *prison .and -entered a Presbyterian "
f; oIState. Drivers sentatives at the post meeting : grown for'seed increaSe by Seminary upon his release -
: ,Ouj> next Monday night, Poet Commander I' The .Idlewood iubdrive to se- the Florida Foundation Growers f to prepare himself for a
l&iles; Giyen Coy Harris,said 4 today. 'cure funds to 's pply new foot Batting adverse weather"conditions life of.Christian service.
Liqeas .s The public sh vfted Ito; attend ball shoes for the Junior High :that Interefere with har-}J .
't ABy temotiUe 'owwers. now ,the meetinsaloBg"with Football Team'' of the ,Bunnell vest operations;seed of the three Relative Killed by
livk<< : a but tonne i members. the, poet and aux school has been completed. Tfcte new lines should be ready for
're td.ttl: Michigan,' ,Pennsyl- liary.'I shoes have been: ordered. and .:release' by -January. Car -In Tampa,
vet and.Teams: have:,until ''I The ';Boys State representativeswill were to be used in the Wed e6- I. Any grower-, :;seedsmen or pro'
Oeb-! _'$',, **rige their op- give some of the highlightsof day afternoon .game in Port ceseors who cannot' ttend' the Joe White' and Mrs. Fred
., 'era..* ji.: e ,or Florida per: tfeeir L :.. ; ""'" 15 'a driving the pracrteal. aspects of state Bette McDanfel and Gw : I
,_. teSt, ".-i.. 'taken,.:-, County government.'Celery Gruff were in charge of tite driVe .terial. within a, week before or with Mrs. Whiffs" brother and' .
i I and they /paid they wish to two weeks 'following the field sister in law,'Mr.. and Mrs C E!.
saidtoday.; i will 'continue to grow I thank those organizations and day,, aft the crops encompass' a Fowler." _
: j : after it It harvested. THc center, 'individuals. who s__geontriuted wide range et maturity. :Mrs. While's 0 neice, Lynda
.1' AWoL....__ I taking soot from to the fund. It fc Bishop of Tampa, was fatally
;' .. raits fromGeorgia. A I 114:, ..-' stems grow by '
J KHAO "'JOIk..Southkota I the outer item* w' 'wonderful 'to know ttiat tile LAKE SALim THAN Off Injured- when she was struck bya
I ,'anf .:Rtt mum now t them to witter..o CaMtant.refrig- school has the loyal_bcfcfe: ,fill The Grait Jilt Lake of Utah car. Her funeral was held'In"-
f': take. drivingfcatore. :drivMconoca I II.apt from field to ,t Mt will,the people 9t DunrWU Mm. Me- k abowt, .afar,Hates saltier 'than Tampa last Thursday. She was

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PAGE TWOtt..:, -7 ,: :THE.FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BtJNNELL..FLORJA' > .Thursday, r-i. c. r

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Br 1 other,=must have varie4 to foodvalue -_ ulas., Puncture with a fork re- ;;thermostat is set'beyond,550d' Sabficribe to The Flagl&STribune .

Ye.Your ,t- ,; 7 flawr, color. and texture ]I'i suits in loss of meat juices. '.J Brest:for ,fast cooking/ nd.-re-1 -- '.-.;::/.* __ 3 "!' .. ',.
as a GOOD meaL J -- duced for broiling1 ata"lowertemperature. : : *" : '
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to measure up .
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Work More ;FQrYQU} 4. Length of cooking time despends J i '- .* t' FREE PAI
Pail T'i-.i
; Use the .Bight ,Size BroIl<< I : x 00: -- .
upon:, 1 II
.t One extra .
Give. your: frying, pan. a rest ,Most stoves come equipped I I gallon of : ;,
I Type of food broiled; thick-j 1 A lower temperature is es- with each e&llov buy'
you '
and use.your broiler{; prtireittjltmeal. : With, 11' broiler pan 'that has arack = :
?1"0 broil means Ite.' :dook to 'fit into It. Thte Is fine ':ness; temperature of broiling i pecially suited for broiling Maiy Carter Paint Store'Also
I unit distance fOOd 'is placed chicken and meats wanted well
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by direct heat, under gas: or to.use'for broiling large amountsof .
| f from the of 'donness" I'I'f done This Is obtained ITeatnte kOpln2 .tester '.
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heat degree temperature .. .....
electric heat. over ,coals,, or .between -' ;food. You don't have to use :--

two hot surfaces; .as. an this big pan. every ,time. you desired.In ". in some ranges by lowering i RCA "
most ranges the distance the broiler pan and in VICTOR_ : :
:
electric It lS7j ust quick broil two chops
grill. ; vas; want ;Jto or a
and 'as 'frying and USeS few slices of bacon Any rack of the, :toP of the :food from"the:others by turning-the thrmosiatjto LIVING COLOR TV3y. ..}. -_ :
easy :350 ; "LOOK FOR Vim-CRG :;.. .
of rare steaks
: Unit will determine the rate degrees.: For TUB i
._ .less fat This is good: ,newS to :in a small cake or. pie pan will IN THE WINDOW ,
1 The the food to place meat near the unit For
those need to, wateh their ,will be cooking. near Southern Radio & Television
who do .the job, It easier_ to !'
: 1 the unit the faster, it well done steaks,. lower meat 226 E.
heating Granada--Ph. OR 7-2001 I
.lowfat
weightier .who are .on. ;. ; handle and wash. The' rack in 1 OIIMOND c
will cook. In 'few 'ranges the from unit. ,
diets for pther_feasohs. Broiler:the :pan is important. Upholds 1 1[l =-_ a --- -..: : I

-' meals' are quick, easy and del the ,meat up, allowing the drippings J i "

i clous. One food,or: whole meals:, < to fall in the, bottom c.f'j

may be.cooked/in/ .'a'"sMgte' pan. the 'pan.: This tk e .p... the! :meat'1'/1''AREA r/ BUSINESS'DIRECTORD 1

,This saves dishwashing, tIme from steaming anoV cooking in !

and fuel. ,Broiler.mealslikeanyCLASSFED, the juice, or fat_ It also, gives i

-- drippings of better- color and. j. I J I

flavor for making gravy. AUTO t RVICE- -" BUILDING SUPPLIES FLOOR COVERING '

Broiling Hints Meats.. .,
-" McDANIEL'S WICKLINE "Tilecraft
And Other Foods.. = Company ?
Service Station : Building -' "LET US FLOOR %
Supplies
-If broiled foods are to taste YOU : .

ADS and look their best, certain STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS .CEMENT- CEMENT. BLOCKS Armstrong & KenUle---; ::: '

,, Sold and Installed -
rules must be observed. : STEEL v ''
Tires-Batterles-.Minor Repairs "
LI.tI... under tkla heading:: are 1.. Meats should be at room All Work Guaranteed ,:4.
S tents per word.each Insertion, Bunnell ID 7-7119 Flagler Beach HE 9.2254 Ormond Beach OR 7.3181/--
75 cent b, minimum caarc temperature (not refrigeratorcold < -
-t -
) before broiling. :
FOR.SALE-Guitar $8.00., Boys Riddle Service'GASOILLUBRICATION FURNITURE :
; Gulf
CLEANERS
2...1? t. at edges of steak and
spread and drapes like \new,'. 6, chops .should, be gashed at. one Ormond Bedding and y 1.h
Phone ID 7.3316, Milton Motel.. '"* ''V :.
and a"" half inch intervals. GULF TIRES & BATTERIES BUNNELL CLEANERS'EVERY Furniture Co. :

Oct. 13-ltp avoid curling.. '- Open 7 A.M.-10 P. M.-7 Days CLEANING Substantial Discounts on AUBEDS'SOF'ASFURNITURE

FOR SALE ',OR RENT=C.B& '3. 3., In turning use a; broad State&Lambert US ID-7-7190.. SERVICE J10 Tradeln Cover Down PaymentR. ;

bedroom 1 ,bath, garage, large spatula and knife or two spat. ,Oan _DailY S to 6 I S. ROBENBERRY. Owner ,

living room, ontact'Mrs.. Doris Colonial Service Station Phone ID 7-3188 i 69 Granada, Ormond Deh. OR 7> 411 to.-

Tucker, Phone ID 7-3485.. t"" Frank & ,Glad's EARL E. RICE, proprietor 115 N. Bay' St. Bimnell GARDEN- SHOP .

Oct. 13-6tp .' GASOILLUBRICATIONMOTOR Gray's Garden CenterBe.dqu..e.

FOR ,SALE--3 bedroom furnish: SHOE REPAIR TUNE-UP .CONCRETE PRODUCTS. ... for Gardening Need., .

ed house, GI lortgage., Also 2. <"'* MOODY BLVD. GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES Ceramics. Gifts Dry Arrangement
: 1 Block,: West of Railroad : Your"Q" For Concrete Materials
both excellent.'lo- ;u.s. JIIWAY i. ;BUNNELL .
room ,cottage _General 'SJt .Repair I Annuals Shrubbery. Fertilizers
cation. Phone ID 7-7-3706.evenings.- GET ':YOUR GO-BOY Dial. CL "3-8113, : TORO LAWN MOWERS

Oct. 13 & IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF and make Carts with McCullock, PAYTONA BEACHQuillian's 147'Tomoka. Avenue--Ph. OR 7-0511

J Wilt not responsible: -' for any I FLAGLER CHANCERY COUNTY NO.' ,''4128 FLORIDA. West Bend, or-Clinton Engines; ORBIOND

.GERALD' DACH. "- Tires and Cart accessories at Concrete, Inc. HARDWARE
other: : MonaHalL ,
": debts than myCown. ., ,PlAintiff

tom; GLORIA.\ RITA'"s. DACH' CORBETTS SUNOCO SERVICESTATION Buanell Farmers Supply Co..

t 'DefendantNOTICE DRUG STORES JOHN DEERE}
r" FOR SALE Royal Typewriter 2 TO IJBWEND Bunnell TeL ID 77123Hall's Agricultural&Industrial Equipment
THE, ,STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
: :years-old, Pi08uType.- ,Contact H., Gloria Rita Dach Anderson Drug _Store STEEL
Atlantic Station Bars & Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled
R. ID 73373.. .10. -:2tc- 2078 -;75th Street ;
I Bentley" : _,Brooklyn N0wr York <. Black&Galvanized Pipe & Fittings
.PrescriptionsSick
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.You-'Are hereby notified that af Jack FTal PropPieEor ; LAWN
MOWER REPAIRS
tf HOUSElIrJUFor' sale or aultJ1as been' filed against you in -- Room Supplies ; ."
rent See T .Oarmody at ,Sand the arc; hereby above 'reauired'to'entitled ?cause your and you answer CAS0IISLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriespcceaories Sundries' DEEN RD. Phone 'I" !7'3tU -

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Bar, 4 miles wxthton Highway w.ltbthe,.Clerk of*this Court. THAT FAMOUS PAINT
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; "" *" rand -serve'a a' copy thereof- upon ROAD SERVIQE BUNNELL i
1. OcL&-tf the' plaintiff ,plaintiffs attorney, "I
f.r BUNNELL Tel. -
ID
73652Sullivan's.
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r whose, .name and address is.: Exclusively at
MAN OR WOMAN; W. Cecil Grant Moodys PharmacyFlagler I '
ATTENTION 407;4 Main Street
FLAGLER BEACHHARDWAREi
i. .. :. Serve co suiners, with, Rawleigh D ytona Beach. 'Floridanot' Gulf ServiceGULP County's. Corner, Drug Store : ',
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later'than November. ; 110 AvD. '.
Products;Jlagler: County. Must 1980.If. __ 0- PRESCRIPTIONS ,
rl.:; have: 'desire to, earn $100 per you' fail.,to do _so, decree pro GASOILSLUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSORIES. Flagler Beach HE 9-2103 N ','.
conffr *o will be entered againstyou DRUGS SUNDRIES.
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:g'c week & ..Tip. See Frank Massey, for the relief demanded in the Beach Information

?4::.:. PO; Box 74, ,Anthony or ''wrltetJtawieigh's said bill -complaint.suit being for. The Divorce.nature of "Specializing' in' Service and FOUNTAIN SERVICE Village Hardware Center' ..
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I .'""'" ,bept.- FAJ-366-27, t *-WITNESS my hand and seal.-of Clean Rest" Rooms".In BunaelL Flo. Phone ID'7-3661 HOUSE PAINTS
r'Flaglp.r
The Heart Beach
said Court this 10th day of Oc-. .
'- 'Memphis. Tenn.. tober'.A*D.. 1S60. Match and mix any color
Oct. "13.ad-34p; (Official Seal) AUTO REPAIRS ORMOND, PRESCRIPTION Builder's' Supplies Kitchenware
t.. RALPH E. HARBFRTof "
T .; .;....;_ > SPINET PIANOS: BRAND "NEW..' :: ..&, Novs. a=lto.'. 'v-... Shield's Service ,Station Room. Supplies Sundries24Rour : AlA Ormond Beach CL-2.ouo.

,Also:low as :344 :.00._ Must::sell ...... -'--"...-...-.... -,.-. "f '>. "*Arcadiua Habel. ..Mech..!i c_ Prescription .Service{

',: several new -spinet 0' pianos and- '>(;,.- COMPLETE, "AUTO: REPAIRS Free._ DeHvery: in Flagler. Beech JEWELER ". .

organs,, to make, 'room for: 'f.all Right Now: We'll "Qverhaul: and' Rt. AlA 1 ml. North of -
,; Repair Tour Power "Mower,, ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661 O. F. BEACH
"shlp. ent :Buy .now and $ave. M _.:,i.: .' 'Ho Job Too Big Or 'Too Small Jeweler "' "

,. Low down payments; convenient._ 111 No. Bay St. ;BunnellEDGAR'S Thompson Pharmacy. Elgin Watches-Diamonds ; '
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'.- 'tenftS.Thompson:Music Co. (your ,. ;
Your Health Is Wealth Exceptional ,Gifts \
t:$, BaldwinDeafer)' 134 'Volusia GARAGE Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS \ -
: : Watch
t:..' '. AYt Daytoria :Beach. Phone, CL IS 24-Hour= Towing Service Repairs-Engraving
4 -< .. 4(1 \V Granada Ormead Deacb
:. --" 2.821' ,' ,Oct.. 613.2tc' .. COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS S. In Our Hands OR T-2384 :!.--;
:- Automatic 'Trarisml lon- Service Ormond Drags A; Prescription Stop ;
1 r: FOR SALE-493 Chevrolet :Station Wheel Balancing-Front ,End I 141 Vf., Granada-Prmond PAINTING .CONTRACTOR "'

.F---: .Wagon engine just over Alignment '
; 34ft Gramada Orm nd-OR T- sea
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:' hauled;:. good,edition. Phone 'Flagler: Beach Sundries R. Moody -

;;' 'ro'7.36S9. Sept 29.tf AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION .
.' : ""- SEALTEST ICE, CREAM '

= >: FOR.RWTT on ;the ocean-1 and VIES, PW1YOtICANMMCifMlCHtS HOLLY HILLHYDRQMATIC PAINTING .,:;

A.'.:-I. ., 2 apartments completely SERVICERepairing SCHOOL SUPPLIESNationsSouvenirs Phone ID 7.3240' ,:

j s furnished, utilities included.' MSE_SY. Rebuilding. BUNNELL FLORIDA..- ..
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Central
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;:: or .permanent 5r lilt. ,Sea .Mot el Bill- JU.DIO-TELEVISIOK" '- ::"
1239 ewood Holly GILL
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Installations
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\ ,. hew, kome, 6 rooms. and garage, r'i IP11it/ S'EttR *' ; Supplies .
iii. .- ".. _. i- HQTEi BAR. 10.W...CrraaadA_ Are. Orm.n.l Aesel repair all tner TV A.Radio sets
:'f. ,, .central llealtgand air condlUontog. ORBlacks 7'-5359n.06 > : 1370 Ocean Blvd ,AlA -. / -

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P'1: ,- ,- ,xo; ..... 9:15ttfca BAMBOOBAR i Flower Shop .;; :,

.. Jb COCKTAIL t 2 _Weeks west of Railroad, on Wagon Wheel Nursery 4 4Silede
' : = TAI It cleaning, reason FULLHl I Plants
.M. B. ,< EdHor LOUNGE Tree, Potted ,_:
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able ratee "G* *ge Jarbsk Phone JJfootiy.1um right on Forsythe .
"/.; ? "'. : -:- -. '. oI ._..t I. Shrubs f : ;
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.1. ID' 7-3410. ;_.__ ;'J. 616128.tp .f'.r,, "l =!" Pui.a. l1iI 1M .AJI O.tl+eali.r.Bunliell 1.000 plants free: one with every
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Come In anal Get .MgU&iistedOe.ea I "' dollar you spend Thousands of-
1 '-' : .. i '- .flame W 7-3848 varitles at reduced prices. Best In,
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,. .. .::Thursday: ;;:.<>: t ber.:13Y1960':: THE..FLAGLER TRIBUNE; BUNNELL, 'FLORIDA' :- _. PAGE THREEConstmpjten .
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ri of.. r sateatlon.:point. They:;have in-j tea._solaced .the, midnight, 'and'Thomas. Sullivan,' a .New -York I I c: Some peoples sc m'tea bags 4 4and .

..,; .. l opeased per ,capita"coi mnptionto \ with: tea welcomed the 'mam tea merchant who sent his-customers iced Hea?. including the Ti

Tea 30f( Billions --, almost 10 pounds..- year, thet'orld's Ing. r samples in small silkSacks. betans, whose tea comes in '

; I highest., bricks and,\ brewed with rancid
:Jr' t\' I natS1eldB9, FecMa s" Soon they were asking s ;

: A7ear for more tea packaged in bags. yak butter. "
Cups Total Tea. Gains ia U.S.
I ; Anna, Duchess; of Bedford ,in Today, 40 percent of the tea ,

; Increasing.numbers' of people [ Coffee, still holds sway In the I stituted the pervasive ritual of consumed in the United States I ..
I Florida market
.':" have, started enjoying, "a. nice United: -States,,but,'tea. has: million afternoon tea about 130 years goes into iced tea, and ,58 per growers'winter spring' ,
fall and of
?: _c, cup of tea':" in! ; recent years. of: adherents."The United :ago. She began to take tea and cent is sold in bags. I I crops eggplant -

'. In 1959, world' tea: :outputreache&a States is the second largest tea I,I cakes at 5 o'clock.. to stave. off - -

d--!, record, of 1,671,400,000 importer. I what she called that' "sinking -

pounds, 'enough 'for 334,000,000: According to 'Chinese legend, ;feeling." INSIRE-Stty Inured & lest Assured )

cups. 'Production: has risen more I I the first cup of tea was 'brewed The United States is credited .

than 57''per cent ,in the past two by ,Emperor Shen Nung in .2737 I with two innovations: iced tea

'decades. I B.C. The emperor, known as ,the j i[and- ea bags. Iced tea was improvised GET,. THE, BEST PROTECTION FROM

.- Tea is the 'most popular ,drink 'Divine Healer, always" boiled his at the St. Louis World'sFair .

In 'Ceylon/Pakistan;India,. and .drinking' water One' day, leaves I'I of 1904 when the hot va.' I'
from tea tree 'blew into the N. T.: MM AGENCY
,.r the= Soiet ,Union. It has :made 1 a riety proved decidedly unpopular

:.' remarkable, gains, .in North Af bubbling water. Shen Nung .inhaled in the sweltering heat.: I
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,the delicious and CitiHM 11. .We. Bunnell Florida
r rica and the : ; Even aroma Tea bags were inadvertently ,

,the British :Ji NeariEase' #o ,:the I promptly. dranlt the brew. invented .in the same year by .
.aiitfcenUc.
The first mentionsof "
,L '
.. ADVERTISEMENT: FOR' BIDS I tea occur in the' 4th.century.I
'NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ,
that the Board of' Public' Chlnene writings. By A.TX 600
,.. tion of ,Flagler' County nstrue-I most Chinese'drank it-,as a combination GET LOW PRICES 50 FREE
will receive sealed bids at
flee of the Superintendent beverage and medicine..
lic Instruction at the Court House Buddhist took TOP VALUE STAMPS
priests tea
to '
.In Bunnell.. Florida', up until 2:00 I and TOP VALUE
; ; P.M. on Monday. the 7th day of Japan, where they described it WITH' $5.00. FOOD ORDER OR MORE
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;: November. A IX, 1960. for the
,
;, furnishing' all labor and 'material as "a divine 'remedy ,and a AND THIS COUPON

,; ''' the .erection,.and, performing; and completion the work the for supreme,'gift of heaven'' Popularity 'STAMPSat -, LIMIT ONE ,TO A FAMILY

fire escape addition to the Bunnell, of tea was assured afterit -' ,

';. -. ,High Contract School.documents .: including- _- cured. a famous general of SHELTON.NAME

.. plans and specifications. are ,on file a' monumental 'storach ache. s,
;.. :... at the office"'of the Superintendent .
and ,at the office of the architect. The formal Japanese tea cere '
"- 1 P This Coupon Expires Oct. 15th 1960
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"..- Craig J. Gehlert. .52* North- Halifax mony was started, in the 15th PILLSBURY'S. .. : .
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Avenue. Daytona 'Beach Florida. -
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KIHB@psm
... Copies vof these documents tmay be century, and it continues as a -

contract obtained ,:bidders by prospective from the architect general means achieving the beautiful FLOUR =: TABLE RITE MEATS J

.-. ;. by, depositing Ten Dollars ($10.00) in. daily :routine.In -- '
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per set., same to be fully ,refund- Grade "A Whole
able to each person who returns England where tea is a, "
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: 'the. ,within documents, five (5)in,days good,after condition the way ,of life, the drink was.. an BAGCHASE 49c FRYERS .:1' 29t:1:

opening of bids. object of puzzlement' and dispute .
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A certified check or satisfactorybid x
bond, In the mount equal' to when, introduced in the,I Grade "A" Heavy Western Beef ,- "
'.. five percent .(5%) of the gross bid 1650's. Many'' thought it., was '
: shall be submitted .with each bid. & SANBORN
Bonds or clweks-. of ,unsuccessful, simply another' potherb. They Round or Rib STEAK l& 89* 1
bidders will' be returned and' that boiled the tea, threw the '
of, the successful bidder, retained away
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-.A' and" will: become: the sole propertyof ,J water, and served the leaves. ,INSTANT COFFEE Small Lean Sugar Cured' '
the Board of ;Public Instruction .
: .r ,until such time. the bidder. shall with 'butter. .- '
f,:., fully comply with the 'bond and Although tea, was heraldedas 1".z SMOKE IACON iy The Piece Ib 37' :: 'j
i.- contract requirements as set forth .
.
.r,- .in- The these Board specifications.reserves ,the' right{to "by Physitians approved"in $13" ? '.. Wilsoa's World's Bestjar ., "]

;...- 'reject .ny- and/or:all bids and to an early advertisement" .. ; someEnglishment J '
I'r *.walve, any' 'lnfamalHl.St therein said, it was harmful : Spind LiMkNi NAMBIRGEB,
? 'and to use auftlet nt'time to' Investigate 22c OFF ,
:;;f', 'the bids and the quallfica* I to health. One. of the breWs <
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I.c tions of-the bidders. most ardent defenders Dr. 3 can $1.09. 3 Ibs $1.29 I
was ,
r' THE BOARD OF ,pUBLIC INSTRUCTION : .i.
':0' OF FLAGLER Samuel'Johnson who, proclaimed .
MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
COUNTY FLORIDA ',.
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,, himself "a hardened and shameless ; '\ '
:: By Raymon. F. Tucker. I: :: CAN
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'f ,'" :t'I :,v r A Chairman.. dr ,who with : : m :? 9.; : 303f. ,
'" 'teas! Inker%,' : _. ;
# : '. "'',;\1Z.1X TILrYANR i tea, amused. file,. evening, with .:: '. .j\''''' c', "' 49 '":.-,,.,, -- ...."q .. REQrOP' .- ......... ., '..
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and Ex-Offlcio :
*.+ .: slaperlntendent ', ,'Limit. 'hI ,
*" the Board of Pub-' : : ; i. ; '
:'z ; Secretary.te -.- ... .. .
$*"::.: ,HC; Instruction Flagler County One With' $ fir Mere Food Order :
:""'.;:'--' .. Oct. :U..H.U-3t.c : > .TOMATOES

r -., : IN THE CIRCUIT ,COURT. Blackwell'sRestaurant WASH YOUR BEST KING SIZE '
,,' 'j- SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IK <, .
: WAND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY.. '. : '
-FLORIDA IN CHANCERY" TIDE '99* -2
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; Case, No. 4114 ea.Limit for2Se

'..-".:. EUGBNE. je.. BARRY Plaintiff; 18th St.&'Al A.Flagler .

: : ,. Beach ,
'IBALLY' GRACE- BARRY- I One With 5.00 or More Food Order .

'>" ,.. Defendant. : SHRIMP : '
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,.t fo...,,... ;*> ; NOTICE TO ,APPEAR _- ':= FREEZER SPECIALS '
,.,' THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO. :' CHICKENVBARBECUE, j THE W SON SHORTENING .
,": .. SALLY GRACE. BARRY
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.::. : whereabouts unknown I SWEET 6 OZ. CAN
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*t-.' YOU, ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED SNOWDRIFT.SEALED '
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: ,- that a,suit for divorce has been FISH .
;-;",:'r, '!- filed against you in the 'above entitled *, : ;3jb, ORANGE JUICE 'bfor 9ge
:: '**": cause, and you are hereby t SANDWICHESL'1T..T "
49eLimit s
.J'f. ': .required to serve, upon Plaintiffs _.;-, ,- can ,
r -.A.Horno71'whose name and address BIRDS EYE 10 OZ. PKG.
,-. 'appear' nereon.. your written defense '. K 'SMALI/ 'CLAIMS COURTIW i 1 with $5.00 food, orderKRAFT'S '
; if. any to: the Bill of Corn- CUT CORN
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; AXB FOR 450
I. plaint In said. suit, .before COUNTY 2
...._:_ "" on or FLeiUfiA. ,Ne. SIB ; for
i- thv 20th day of October. D. QT. JAR
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1990. else decree pro contesso will J. CLEAR, ; BIRDS EYE 10 OZ.. PKG.

:;>'f(.-:! '. ,be WITNESS entered against_my hand*you.and seal' of. F..,. CAULEY.K. WHITNEY.W. .. Miracle Whip 59*
'4" CHOPPED BROCCOLI 23c.
... said Court this r 16th' day of Sep. AARON "
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<. teraber., A. D. :1960.
, --f! ,.' '(SEAL) Plaintiffs '
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'. .v! RALPH B. ,HARBERT ,: MILTON8'A. AVETHERINGTOKT.r : SWEET TREAT 2y2 ,CAN : .
,' ::r.f- < ) Cleric-of' said Court .. : =
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.' By Shirley 'Hodges::. '>. : Defendant Freshest Produce Around : '
i'tto._: '- ", ".*' NOTICE TO APPEAR AND Sliced PINEAPPLE ,
;'1..::: { : [ ,
..a'- ...> ;..". ',W'.*L.1ADBWORTH: or' NH OAF '. -
4-N TMB THE STATE :
P. O..Box >>S Fresh Crop .
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61' FLORIDA
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Bunnell, Florida. >: < ,
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TQ. Milton A. Wethcrlngrton. 3 "for 'looSTAR
,-., -e'.' Solicitor for"Plalntlff. WHIow.. Alaska r "BAG APPLES 49$
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T of has been -broushtc against you in KIST
required 'by..the Act YZ '
J' 2 ,August 21.- 1911. as amended by theActs the Small Claims, Court.. In and 'for CAN., US. NO. i "
': of.March,3. 19J3 (Title 39. TLS. Flagler County. Florida by A.
.. Code Self- *It) showing the own- Jones J. ClearF., Cauley. K. Ckvik TUMI 15SWEET', POTATOES fOe ,
ership. raaaaKezpent. and circulation Whitney and W..Aaron., Plaintiffs .
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';2-; ,of ,The 'fttsjrierv: Tribune published aad, you are. :hereby required to> ,
:- .:weekly at':.Bunnell.: Florida for oc- f e'p.r"n. tly. or' by attorney* with SHURFRESH U. S. No. 1 ,FancyYELLOW .
bo/e, *.' > the Clrk of MI4.Coort.your' Answer -
: 1. The .namee and addresses of orI>*fe e* to-the Complaintin '
the pulbiioheiV..editor, tnana $&ar:editor MM .sink. oo oft,before J-00 'o'- OLEO': : 2 I Ibs. 35* SQUASH 2*. 29 -
.,and &USBOS n auapem: are: clock pM.the 14th day of November ,
;,: Publlsfeer, M.{ B., Fuller., Bunnell,i A.D; 196e. : **!required: by the ,
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f 'PkirM*. Florida,Statute and herein fail
'.JMiter; MTBV;. :M. ,B.. Fuller.. Bun-1 not or a.Judgment will be entered
Hell. M*Hda, : '1 against you by efaultr: 25 FREE 25
,:, J. .' :.. TIHi'. owaerla M. B..' Fuller... 'I' Tow are, further' notified that the I FREE .
Bane of Court -
".....11. JI"IorMa. the in :which- said
'--.;:..;-:"The kaowboedbolders" raotgqg -! suit has been instituted is the TOP 'VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE' STAMPSWITH' .
; .; ..<. ..-and other' security,hoIae..1 Small Claims Court in and For 1 .
WITH
THE.'P CHASE 'OP' THE PURCHASE OF
-' or hoWUoj 1 HCent'or raore Flagler, County.Florida and .
,- _kl -aoaonat: 'of bonds, ,nort- ; the title of sari suit is as u
'- 1 ,or other securities;.None.,, above ,set:.forth.You M AR-KEY ,BAR. B-OJJE .5 A lJCE .Delited 'Strawberry PreserVes
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." 'Jtoraffraphs 2:aa4 3 include,' in are furtfeeroiotlfteC that that't :
ea where the stockholder:,Be Isa. 'suit couwwenced by 12 oz. bottle' 9c 1. oz. jar 53c ....
appears upon the ment aa above Styled in which a
". of the' company, as trustee or Plaintiffs have ; sought and This Coupon Elcpa :Oct ;15th 1960 Thia Coupon Expires. Oct. 15th, 1960 .
,. other'Adu iry {relation the tained a :Writ of Garnishment in "
"'i,1"."the corporation whlcii ,the Plaintiffs have, garnish-I
., #vcrtrustee. la. acting;; ed l ;the following described personal
statements ia the two para- property situated in Flagler Coun.. J
",'t.-. grs how tier*fflanfi full kaowlid -. ty. Florida. te-wit: QUANITY RIGHTS
,'_ edgq.' belJ i.as' to Uie clrcumwd 995?.SS In custody and control .
... stan_' ,cendltiona under which of Henry B.Burks, manager 'r RESERVED '
..' .; stockholders and security_ holders Lebttrh Portland ,Cement Plant. '
'?-'': who do ROt appeAr upon the ;booksof Bwaaellr Fiortta,- PRICES GOOD
1 the cosMgny '.. truste.. hold and that ::.', stock,and SSnttea in a :capacity la to enforce a- debt of an"-amount 1 p T an. FrL Sat.
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: :ether than t, *t f* boaa flde'owner. stated.. more' fully set forth_in the 0et13... 14.15, 1960
.'-,, 5, The,aHTM* jMmtber of eopltesof Statement oT C *im filed herein ., "
BoW 'W'I"ftfB8" my, hand and seal of '
such'18a to ttWlcUon < :1
5- .- -t w.cll.trlbu tI. iamfs'o? oJB.* this- Wit'day of October. A*J).- STOKE HOURS ..
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> ... e.....l'Wlaeto "t "' 9arlbera ..d''' 1Nl, 'P e )(9It* ur>-F>'lr8 JLM 6:45 P.1''+L .
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't'N. ,.the' ,12:'...... .pr...... ..... (Small ClaIms Court Seal) :: .
..beTe ... 1.111.. R HARB T 1J 1UL 9 p"
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:;, .$...;=. ,.'' .. .> to.nlt.ot'eel'.....1"befora'. ..be 1n.: 3'-fw"For Fla .*"*r'd1 i "THE FRIENDLIEST_ STORE JK TOWN" BUHNELL. FLORIDA.

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:;PAGE>FOUR -.; : -:,,!, ,A4.-: .,' .<,:>, <.,,. H EFLAGLER<,,,T mJJ.t-t E, BUNK LL,, FLORIDA -. '..; '._:,1 h'. Thursday, October.13 196q, '
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;; : : The Winsome class of the. Sun:" METHODIST CKWBCK' f.:' v I The Hogebooms' hayefcrnoved.---' 's-!: ,

/i/<} ; 1 \II 'J? tii I day school held-a monthly business -'(1,!(Located In Woman's Club'Bldg;'I to Daytona Beach. *,is, em*

,. meeting 'Friday evening at ployed with anap: )>,l1i once. -store .
: Jlagler I IL the home of Mis.Villie Aaron 1 i 1 Sunday, Oct. 16., Sunday school there.
y' : v.Je.aclif.. 9:30 A.M. We invite your chil- .
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,: :; with a good attendance. They I 9 I '.
dren to attend if they are not
'' had election of officers and the.; Mrs.. Harry Treadwell. has .returned -
BABBITT '
_: _, LUNA .. enrolled elsewhere., Morning
.., Mrs. -' ''
following were named: to her 'St-
1 t home'. from a
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....: ti _. ." .l.PkGBe HEmlock S 299 -""" Mrs Andrea worship 10:30 &M. Special rmr-I
Robert Hall, :
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: president; I'I Augustine hospital.
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; by the
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Springer, vice president;
: I Monday, Oct 17., at 6' P.M.,
PTA I FIRST BAPTIST I Mrs. Chancre. Weaver, secretary; j Mr. and Mrs. Walter Eber-
BEACH,. > BUYS there will be covered dish
a '
sup
.CHURCH NEWSi, Mrs.
w and Mrs. J. Bruce, treasurer h'ardinger were business visitors: '
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BOOKS FOR LIBRARY I I I i per. Dr. J. E. McKinley"dlstrlctI : !
"- : May Ferrel was welcomed as a to Jacksonville .
& Tuesday.
vThe ? Rev. Charles.*&arhpbeil from t I II I I superintendent, will_ be present
County School Board ,haspurchased" I I!new member. They worked on
Stetson University in eLand and:conduct the first quarterly 'J'JI
a new portable stere- hospital cards and had a BibleJ i Mr. and Mrs Hobart Fischer
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I will .supply thepulpit of the conference fiscal
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for the
phonic record. layer for the : quiz during the social hour. Mrs.!I year. from Goffstown, N.H., are house-
I First Baptist Church, next Sun I .;
All
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members and friends of the
Flagler Beach schooL I I Aaron served dainty Refreshments i I I!guests this week of Mr and
day.: The pastor, Rev. Millard .church are. invited to attendd. .
The Flagler Beach. haS)Brock The next meeting will .:Mrs: Harry }lansa1pa ker. .
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be at the home of Mrs. R. Runic; .
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helped buy 192 new library and I South Carolina where',he will ill. i I coffee will 'be provided by the I I :Mr.. and Mrs. Sam'Low- eft. :
reference books for the school conduct a revival They.will be :
committee. Monday for Taylorsville, /N. C.
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'The;;;PTAfis also.pl bazaar,In the near" ,''future.. The i\ The Intermedrtit.4fA; Girls of Woman's Missionary Union was Mr and Mrs.'Jos ph' Baldwin I t.1 ,,
last book bazaar was, held two:I,the church plan a. food sale next held Saturday evening at the and little daughter, Eleanor, I j;
years. ago and was very success .[Saturday morning by the :Flag-: church. Mrs. M Brock presided left Monday from .the home of -: (
ful. These books are selected for:Jet Beach post office. They have I land several recommendations her, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bunnell Theatre :
children ranging from science I I had several recently and also were discussed for the next regular Lehr, for Long Island, N. Y. -. .,I
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and :'fiction to activity and adventure had a car wash in their; effortto meeting. .The new officers where they will reside. Mr. "
-stories. The date of the I[ raise money to .finance their are Mrs. Brock, president; Mrs. w{Baldwin received his discharge FrL & Sat Oct 14-15 1
book bazaar will be announced i,f'trip[ to the; GA House Party at Clarice Babbitt, vice president; I from the U.S. Armed Forces last I ...
later. 'the"'Golden Gate.:Hotel in Miami Mrs. Chancre Weaver, secretary; week. and they visited here dur- THE ENEMY- GENERAL', ;.;
Invitations. have been mailed I II Beach on October 2123. All the I Mrs.; Margaret Presswood, treasurer I ing the weekend before leaving. Starring- !
to all local PTA units in Vo- j GA.Girls are planning to go and I II ; Mrs. M. Kirkpatrick, pro., ::
lusia, Putnam, and St. Johns i I they will be accompanied by!r gram chairman; Mrs. Sue Spi- I Joe Little from Alabamaspentseveral VanJohnson Aumbnt and Jean Pierre' 1 1 I

Counties to attend the study j their counselors. ,(vey, community missions;. Mrs. days .at his place here t
course sponsored by, the Flagler I 1 I Rev. and Mrs. Millard Brock,I R. Rumill and Mrs. Henry Shill- I this week. ;

Beach PTA. It will be held 'November .I I i accompanied: by Mrs. Clarence I prayer chairmen. -----.._..._.... .. .' Sun. & MO 'Oct..1617 .1
16th In the Flagler i Weaver and. Mrs May .Ferrel, I '" --- .
Woman's Club building on motored to PalatKa last Thurs- I, FRED A. FRUITSJEWELER THE TIME MACHINEStarring
tral Aye. and will start at Cen.l. day where they 'attended the Judy 'Stryker and Elaine Frai- an

4> A.M., running to 230; P.M. I WMU AssociationaL The 'pro. I ley moved to* Daytona Beach II .
Dr. Edward Flemming, from i it 'I gram included installation of'ofI -' Monday to be nearer their work i DIAMONDS-WATCHES Rod Taylor and Alan Young "3
the State Board of Health, will I j I i fleers and talks on Mission I,there. They will be coming back( REPAIRING
! be the speaker for the study 1'I I Study, Prayer and 'Stewardship. here during the weekends. 1 I A........... .-..---J'rI'J'JIN'--J'J\I\/\i I
. .. course. His ,topic,will be. "Disci. I I -, ._--- ,-- ----- --- _un _____ -_ /'::E
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with the rights of. children 'and II J"Money' ; Saving Food Values ;1 .jj

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J.{ Bring/your. own sandwich., Coffee FRYERS' 69 for
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line Longgreen, Mrs. Miriam SWIFTS PREMIUM 24 OZ. CAN
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Farnsworth, k Mrs. Goldie Pad-. FRESH GROUNDHAMBURGER ': BEEF STEW 39

Alice burg,, .Charon'Mrs. :Kay and.Bowen Mrs.,,; ReidsGardet Mrs.I '. 31b. $ 00 ,

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I Mrs. Pearl Blakely. was. hostess .
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LOCALS Nort Pine St. Tuesday noon.

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sisters. .' .
Seasonal flowers were used in I I I

Hatcher-Reiter MRS: HALL HONORED the rooms where the guests were
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AT A BIRTHDAY # assembled. :
Wedding, To.'Be' PARTY THURSDAY the affair '
I II Those enjoying were 7 ,,
Mrs. Blakely's mother, Mrs.
A Home Ceremony' M_ rs. J C. Hall, Sn.was honored I V
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also her sisters \
I Jessie Muzyka, FnMev' .
with a surprise birthday I II I '
Miss Hilda Lougene Hatcher I I II Zena and :Marie Muzyka, Margaret
party on Thursday evening at
of Bunnell will be married to Clegg, Ann Hunter, Pauline .
the. McDaniel home on N. Pine
Mr. Robert James. .Better oi I Lovelace, Louise Cantrell
St. Hostess for the aWas.
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Longwood. ,, in a double ring all o1. Bunnell; Betty Hawkins S A C
her daughter Mrs Dave Dob-
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I, ceremony at two-I.clock in the son., ( .. ahd Bertha Forsythe of Palatka.
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afternoon on Saturday,' October.I r
15; ,1960, ,at the home of 'thebride's Fall flowers were used in the "'Miss "Nancy Brannam and herroommate : _

parents.- Mr.mod Mrs rooms where theguests gather. Miss Lynn Colby, _

Eugene A. Hatcher, I ed. Birthday cake and ice spent the past weekend here at 4V

.. Her fiance is the ion of Mrs. cream was served to the following theL.. L. Brannam home. Theyare I :

Betty- "GfDell White of-.Pierson; : members of the family who st dents- at the Universityof Standard equipment every American tourist Is ,earners, V

F and Mr. LeRoy & Reiter of were present: Florida In.-G lnesvJll for Americans more than any other people in the 'world, like to
Longwood Mr. and Mrs. O. C Shelton !/ I capture good times, historical events, and grand and' glorious
L_ scenery on film. A vacation in the mountains, a trip to the beach '
.- The double,ring ceremony willbe and daughters, Traci and Jackie; Mrs.- Betty Belson of Chicago, i or an auto excursion across this great land of ours offers many /
:- performed bytev.:Lewis C. Mr. and Mrs. J. (X Hall, Jr., andchildren Ill., and )II'. and Mrs.. Steve,I opportunities to catch memorable scenes forever. A photo like -

', Futch. Calvin ,Reiter,' brother of I Virginia, Sheila- and Stratton of Lakeside,. Michigan, I theone above, for Instance, will capture all of the excitement of ,

-: -' the groom, will be best marl. Mr.-and Mrs,. Dave Dobsonr. .. -. are spending some time here j a'glorious vacation.The scene is Elk Lake, located west ofBend,

t... ? Mrs. Sam Haywoodclose I # Mr. and Mrs. Stratton will spend Qregon, a ''popular fishing lake, also Ideal for sailboating and
.friend of the bride, ,will;: .be herR I :Mr. and Mrs. Walter Creal the winter at the Belson cottageon canoeing daring the vacation season. In the background is the
.. South Peak of the Three Sisters in the Cascade Range
Sister
'.. attendant. have returned to* their home. .inLeGrange Moody Blvd., and will make

'">- Following the ceremony; the -111.,. after .a visit of some repairs and also additionto

''J .. bride's parents will 'entertain a week here with Mrs.: ,Lily Creal the cottage while here..
Mr. and Mrs. Charles' Creal.l .
with a reception at their home. I and PERCE STRINGS
All friends and relatives of V the I CARD OF THANKSWe
I Mr and Mrs. Carr Settle
and
are invited.
couple would like to thank each '
.. of 1pU 6dK?HS F10USE YOU CAM TRUST
t daughter, Sally, .Montipello, and everyone for the cards andflowers K Ate, Mwu
II.'" i visited here a short time Friday t I cj: FLAGLER.HARDWARE.
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Mrs. R. W. Den is spending M. B.
with Mr. and Mrs. Fuller.I also .
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and, the beautiful
r i; this weep in ,MiamUwisiting The Settles are publishers of the floral
S with_ her daughter; Sandra, Deen. Monticello News and they were ,Arrangements and expressions
of sympathy sent at thepassing THE BEST
enroute to Ellinor Village for .a VALUESINTOWM
of our devoted husband '
t Among those from Bunnell weekend llollda I' Li
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'' who ,attended, the football game Mrs. Irene Masemore : MONEY
; in Miami last Saturday were I George Biddle was admittedto
Mrs. Lavonne Wilson.
f Mr.'and Mrs. R. W. Deen, George the hospital Sunday for medical I
r Mrs.Joan Sipes :
Allen and Buck Lovelace.' .
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patient in the local hospital, an ,Orlando hospital receiving i i '

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... and ;mosaic elegance. in recorded" history were Ji.e.ffn [generally by athletes who'.wlslii set up a statue of himself.in the
< H6lped 'Olympics' New' Arenas Rival 01,, 1 776 .B,C when a stalwart named i fed to win. special prizes fn the sacred precingt t of Olympia. In

.. Coroebus won the equivalent of J s i games. Skill counted more than ancient Athens a winner could
Three' new arenas-the gigantic ,
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Sports Palaee L1tt1e. Sports
'> ':': complex of:> u ultramodern new and iFtaminio: j 1! remote with soft: leather thongs only dining room for notables, and
'; Palace, ,Stadium- ,Favorite sports in that '
t: '" structures 'pfyv&Qd. a' :spectacu-' "rival the majestic:;public. placesof time wer. running, jumping,!I I I In the- :earlY Olympics, as at get front-row seats at the
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= l.l.lloi imperial Rome. The bIg; palazzo discus throwing, wrestling, and I! great

; _' Games. '. '' Is, In. fact; one of the .mast boxing. Foot races were of vary-

'JiJ.fr :... The 17th plmpted, last month, I''I outstanding arenas erected sInce ing lengths, the short straightaway .1
I Ift. the Colosseum, "stadion," '' FOR ALL HOURS DAY OR NIGHT
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biggest International.event ever for 19reenturies.Completed, about 600 feet. There, was as "
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''r c tt r::, smote than a,:lew. : hundred contestants I osseum was inaugurated" with a I, Both high and, distance jumping -'j SERVICE. .
; t, thf e 19 6k,spectacle' at- blood bath" *JFor 100 ,days it were popular, though only'1 1I I y : ST. AUGUSTINE. FLOBIDA
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,_ .Marathon-ryjiners competed on and,'unt ld'tpYfl1g gladiators. Two types of wrestling;;'were.:.
:- +, I the' Appian,Jvay, -the road built ( The Colosteum: games can be I IIn, favor In one the object was i I _ezperlNKe. .. V V H

t ,' '4 to. speed supplies for Caesar's compared ta the Olympics*, onlyIn I to throw the opponent so his : Equipped Witk Oxygen.Reiusitator and Inhalator !
( ',' troops. Wrestlers tangled: under size. Even in early days, the shoulder touched the ground.

j ,f" ,;" the arched remains; of the Basilica I Olympics1 brought together people 1 The other, .a rough and tumble Garcia Funeral Ho'meP j
t- ...,: of Maxentius, a 4th century from all 'over the Greek I affair went-on until: one wrestler -
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k '. Costa Rica: IsVl' "" .' 1 But.the"Tkbs do" things in .a4 I an Iron rim, then vividly 'painted _- ; :; ::,;:_" .

.. .;r. big way.r; 'Their literacy, rate is J in patterns reminiscent of ,a] "" '- '
( } theV highest in Latin America.With .'1 compass lace[ or church window. :"
Showcase Qf :Beauty. } the help of the United :Nations I I,Brightly colored landscapes, : ; ; T FLAGLER IT

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ro and the United States, the i fruits; animals, and flowers dec. ; AndemocracrCosta tiny:jejmblic is rapidly, develop. orate the cart fides. :" ,

Ricans have 'a habk:'.of ing ,#s_.oil and timber resources, All carts must "sing/1 or rat. : :

= viewing' everyday- -life jwi a reduced building _roads, and improving tie in a certain way as,they ro .
scale.' 'Conversations. are housing' and health' ,facilities. Country people can recognize 1.1 OD"STORE

.heavily? seeded with, ;the:diminutives .1 Its; tourist trade is booming... neighbor's cart by its distinctive. I }. : : <-'
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"ito" and "ticoV' the jat. Inhabitants 1 .
Oae Million "
for the I I ; *" BLVD. & CENTRAL AVE'0
ter accounting( national 1* s etretaAnother' MOODY _
San Jose's .
.'jilcfcname;. the. Ticos:' ? .J f' 'Covering; an .i area about the I I H" ,
= siEe of' "Costa colorful sight is the FLAGLER BEACH FLORIDA f :
The characteristics telnet 'surprlsing. :;{ West Virgijife/T t"
f / "retreta"in San Jose,- the capital :' :
Costa .Rica, host'' ,to 'the t,[Rita'11es"betwene' Nicaragua and _....:. ,
August meeting;of the. American i Panama., It-:is, .densly inhabitedby and largest city.wearing City wrapS belles, PRICES. GOOD Thurs.. .Fri..Sat. .Oct. 13.14.15th : .:" '
of them .
.Foreign, Ministers, ii'onee .o1 'the more. .-than a million people, most \':',
air in
cool night
smallest' .of .Central Arasii_n : mostly farmers, s- stroll in the Maxwell House :
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Central Park.
+ states. volcano-studded: Coffee is king Central on'the' ateau.'cool, parade counterclockwise around Ib. ,. '

the park, the men walfc} in the COFFEE 39 :
The hot coastal land&>p rpduce "
direction, ogling the 'I
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I 0' F. ALFORD bananas cacao, abaca, hard- 1 can :
"w* ** respond with much ,
girls. They
E Hegtste. xl 'wo<>ds" and rubber.. Flowers .' I
grow rampant, and a dozen fluttering of eyelashes J Limit 'One .$5.00 or More Food Order : : ,' .- r ;
i Real Estate BrokerBunnelL San Jose is' flanked by two J ., .
large, orchids cost one dollar.Painted ''
volcanoes, the Poas and Irazu. y .\1
oxcarts are the prideof !
Florida A,, 8,930-foot Poas SAGE $ t
Costa Hica's.countryf lk. The,; geyser atop i PEACHES 4 I .,
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THE QUTBOARDER into the sky. From the crater _
,in the, highlands four en- I
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Authorized. Evlnrude; Dealer' tunes ago, have become part of : .
it is possible to' see both the : :
BOATS ACCESSORIES-REPAIR? the country's cultural and com JUICE 4 fort '"
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: Caribbean *and the Pacific.The 1 ,...
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WE FINANCS wheel: is made up.of 16 city, 'situated high on the 1 "Campbells : .
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plateau .
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The, president of the republic Premium : >., .s' .
CRAIG, FUNERAL HOME lives in his ,own home and commutes .' :..''"
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r A. R. CRAIG Funeral Dkvcter 'car. A formerhead'of state used _
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JOHN HARDIN. Associate to walk.1 # : .
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CONDITIONED. I 'I EQUIPPED Studios have learned that sar '
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Phone ID 7-3532 eat the smaller ones These cannibalistic MIRACLE : :

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E. MOODY BLVD. < BUNNELL.. FLORIDA fish almost their: .own.size. :,

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? .. S< ). .$B4 'pMt! and pass nor pred ce soot .:letya :food color, flavor:'and healthful'. -'Jit. '
j:Jba to dirty your fckeheaf JB B wVitamina: are not"boiled away." x .. ; 4. '6 ,OZ.: Iabbri .
f {{i y :=- tietni? Up_to K&'law meat'shrinkage.'. \ : ': c: .
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I"= '' -'*, ''1:A' ,', '.iL' 't.JuBita __ hMt per pe>won.,'Sunafcine i Service electricity "- : ': Grade "A'"' D:,& D 'Wkele ; .
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j ] : ; Sectric utomatic.1ty .'.. d_ 1L29.
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conference is presented by the f final s ssio *Friday morning: including i:: ?N' :}}} 1
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Association. Florida's roughage program,xlai- ..'
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":' ; Role In Farm Work, 9..A.M. Thursday In.the J. HU pelleted intake of feeds.cattle 'and' the use of ,

Its Miller Head Center at the
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The conference will close following -
ElectricityJs! >sjjted to. play
: University. Emphasis will be on .
,, an even more fanf rtant part in feed additives and 'the food and a ,jiodn Inncheon'Friday.Dr.
= Frank Goodwin, university
of
the future American agricuK drug laws during this. session.
.j ture, according to engineers marketing professor, will address
? :J'. with the Florida Agricultural. Extension ,: Poultry feeding. .management the group' on the importance -
economies' Banc minerals
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Service:
'- -.', The specialists: point.'put thatone : highlight the,,:f ursd Y' after.

;, of the next.ywg :tasks .in' noon session. ';fctwinWe: :meet- NO MODERN WOMANm. 4 yPINT'
ing of the Florida Feed Dealers'
:t,. farm _electrltlcatton'% te that of Association: is slated for-4, P.'M.s ., Among 'the Witotos of northwestern
: controlling the, environment for
Doyle :E. Conner, nominee for Amazonia, a woman
.; animals, maintaining" specified! Commissioner( of. Agriculture_ goes back to work"the day after
temperature and<< humidity to I 1
: will be the, featured'' speaker at she has had her baby. The
increase' '
production.
the annual nutrition., banquet father, however, rests for a weekor ,
the American farm '
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, uses Today an ave ft of more than Thursday at S/P.M- :- more }In, his hammock! the: : '; FARM i This farmer hear Grosseto, Italy, is combine
Dairy and'beef cattle problems National Geographic Magazine pine'canes baking ra the inn unto they expand enough to free the
kilowatt of electricity
t. r 5,000 hours will bex discussed at the says.. .' nuts they bear Inside, which are used as a cake flavorta 1
k a year. By 1975, it is estimated r
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use two-way 'radios to speed up >.; : : > ,

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:. etables and eggs will be inspect f : '. .f -

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.. .Electronics. will be used to Tlienewe&t..of the new..Ji Walter Homes Is given the ; .
t r.- ._ .' control'' machin: '}eson farms .and ,-., .'::'. ,- : ;'position"of'' honor even in Its name, the "Country :;> : ..
'. out complete f -' Wre\ The design of-excellence with carport, utillty- $ :- ;:; i
; to carry a pre-de- 4. "t I ; 309 5 -.. 11
k teiminedoperation.," Electromagnetic "y;boom, jpiu three bedrooms: .dloadli io. living! space ,' F, -
f' will *oft. wfth *finetal' lattice work. The '. '. .\
i: energy control Insects .,set ornamental : ;
in .stored grain, attract in- "Country Squire" is the frost runner-of practical con t :- >';', '..

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" and pWltvf feeding"will be" r .. 220 tb.1 Roofing 15 yr. WRITTEN

stressed, during thet.. three-day. Guarantee I- %' j: ,
? Nutrition .Conference the Uni \ '- .' 2-coafs Harris: Point--Awarded I

: virsIty'of "Florida N November 't-,".''.: ; :,' Good Housekeeping Seal. *> ,:>1i \. .

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_,, Dr. J,"P ;Feaster, associate. .:: '- f '
_, ., .\ -i: i Mortgage.. life insurance: !'
; chemtet ;wHh the Agriculture / .: ,'.,. :t" #
Experiment' Station and conference ,0'.' :i-!- .
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chairman, saysz .
program \
the opening' session Is slated for ':' CASII PRICE .,
; The "BAYOU" TW hem. Is tfi. delay-Mail tHis :
November' 16. 2<" : < $ ytnaKtc idiot ..
Wednesday :night : "
= : 'The 'Aifefetprogram: will .fea- -! .-.;-. ?. Iomefot the $r.WiA 3.fam!',. CeKas-tty roof coupon today.f "
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'.r '. end .lndowsere fttrturt $395 _ .. -
}1- tare informal meeting and a .." : 0-,: :, practice. owning plus a :;: : .

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research>ei g conducted b y ..the'eQerlme -' L . oo't:
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'CUSTOM RUfLT ON YOUR. LOTANYWHERE I I '
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4 ""); '"' -- of .. .:-.your rrM Copy Today t. Jim Walter Corp.
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: ': : I. I om Wor&.d.in awning a J+eM1 Walter! home and would d(. | -
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CONDITIONED > l Pleas hors a roprc.*nfethr. can on in.,..n.n.. :;:... ;-3, '
"*D! M| I'an4 -potk.Aook. or you may Ewe year ..... ,a;,:I 'Ham. .' '.

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