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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: September 14, 1961
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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:: VOLUtIE-, NO. 36 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPT. 14,' 1961 $2.50 A YEAR

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;; ', 'Tax Collector- / I I TOWN PAINTERS COMMISSION HILL Bunnell Rotary I H. T.ASSISTANT COOK RENAMEDAS I I I Survival Course .


Gayle Mercers l I GETS APPOINTMENT"Governor ,Farris Bryant announced To Hear District I STATE ATTORNEY il To Start .HereSeptember _

s" : I i Tuesday the appointment Governor Farris Bryant has
Gov. Hancock announced the
ResignsGayle of Robert ,Fraser; Julia j reappointmentof 19'
.I i I H. T. Cook of Bunnell
. ... Albert as Assistant I
I .. Harvey, and G. Jones as
ti., .I..' _; Mercer, who was ap- commissioners of the Town of Frank :M. Hancock of Palatka, States Attorney of" the School Supt. Z. D. Holland

,.; pointed by Governor Farris Bryant Painters' Hill, a small commun-. governor of Rotary District 694, Ii 7th Judicial, Circuit Court. I J I said today he has made arrangements -

In February as, Flagler, ity north of Flagler Beach. will review the work of the Rotary Mr. Cook has served the past i I with the Adult Di

.j County Tax Collector, has resigned The Town was chartered by Club of Bunnell during an four years as assistant States vision of the Daytona Beach

o- effective October 13, the past session of legislature I official club assembly meetingto I Attorney and was appointed to Junior College to conduct an 18-

;... he said today. Mr.: Mercer said i and is composed of about' twelve I be held Wednesday. evening, that office by Gov. LeRoy Cole hour course of instruction in .
_' he was resigning to. accept a !residents. The small town runs (II I September 20. John A. Cannon, lins. i,I civil defense survival and .first
."'. position with the Gull Life Insurance -I I about a half mile along the Jr.:, president of the Bunnell I aid. .
I Company and would be. ocean front 'and west to the Club, announced that the club
;.. .' stationed In Cocoa.; He had been ]I Canal. It is just north of Beverly assembly would be preceded bya Interested In The first meeting will beheld
, '. with the Company before resigning : [i ,Beach and' is known by "old supper meeting for all club at the Bunnell school buldingon
, the appoint.j ji members and their wives at 6:30P. Tuesday evening, September
; '. to accept ,.timers" as the property owned I Il
ment. He was a member of the I l by the Painter family. }, M. in the dining hall of the Youth Council? 19, at 7:30 The class will de-
: President's Club of the Company. :Masbnic Building in Bunnell. cide at this meeting wl nlghts

;t He was appointed to fill ,the !I Gardens The meal will be prepared and Adults and teeagers interestedin they will meet and how often
the' classes
Cypress will be held.
'. unexpired: '' term of his father, I j served, by the Flagler Woman's. I organizing the Youth Councilare

: I J. Frank Mercer,'who had filled, Offers :Free TicketsSaturdaySunday Club. urged to attend a meetingat Mr. Holland said about 35 .
r '" .; the office over twenty-eight- All committees of the club I the Bunnell Community Cen persons have signed up forthe

w, years. Mr. :Mercer :senior resigned have been ,working to complete ter Saturday night at 8 o'clock, course and others who are Interested -
because of' his health. I.their 'reports of plans for. the :Mrs. Joan Crews said today. I may contact him for

Flagler County residents will 1961-62 Rotary Year which runs The purpose of the meetingis 1 further information. The course
I have a' chance to watch the I I from July 1 to June 30. All committee to elect the -adult Board of I II will be given free.Telephone .
B. H.
TaylorI i j world-famous Cypress Gardens reports together with the Directors for the Youth Council. I
tY II water ski show ,and to tour the I president's report are forwarded The teenagers will also elect the
Dies Suddenly 'I exotic tropical gardens free thisweekend to the District Governor one I teenage officials. The teenagers Men '

(September 16-17)), the r week prior to his i official visit. include grades 7 through. 12, it

.i .. Gardens announced today. Governor Hancock will review was stated.
Monday Morning Guests Of Lions
Free admission to the central ( the reports and make observa.- I Mrs. Crews said refreshments, I

b Florida attraction will be offer- I tions and recommendations to will be served at the .conclusion
Brodas Hamer Taylor of Flag-
h I ed to residents of Nassau, Du- club members regarding their of the meeting. At Monday Meet
I ler Beach died unexpectedly about .
::: val, Baker, Columbia, Gilchrist, plans for the year. He will also
< eleven,thirty Monday mornIng Levy, A'iachua'Marion, Putnam, offer constructive criticism of. I
i after, suffering a massive I Dr. Norris i Buck Moore, district manager j
tJ Union, Bradford, Flagler, St. each, area of the club's program Speaks I of the Southern Bell Telephone
'''. I coronary. He was ,dead on ar Johns and Clay Counties. which he 'feels need I !II Company, and Ed Riley, sales
rival at the hospital a few minutes t To Rotary Club
The only ticket residents of changing or improving. t manager, were guests of ,the

r.-, later.' native of those .Mr. Taylor was a .drivers'licenseeestablish
valid -compamcd byrJ1r'Rotn 'rrrtWife
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7 tl neT1orra1, wiF the guest I meetIng Monday. ,
Rutherford: Tenneslee ,j+Hfr was i.Ing their address. I ( ) Madalyn who will be entertained speaker at the Rotary Club I
a retired Civil, Service employee. I' Mr. Moore talked to the club j
r Between the four dally water after the' supper meet Luncheon meeting today.Dr. C
r, He was employed at the Warner ski shows by the Aquamaids ing at a coffee hour at the homeof Norris is 'no stranger to members about the company's
Robbins Air Force Base some plan for all-number calling and
and Ski Champions, visitors will Elaine Canakaris, wife of the Bunnell Club, having previously
time before he retired. He resided be invited to stroll through the Vice-President John Canakaris. been a guest speaker. they showed a 16. minute mo-

; at Flagler Beach .for the winding paths where they'll see All Rotary Anns are invited to Mn Homer Bentley will Intro-' tion picture, '"Mr. Digit and. the
I. past five years and was a memo rare and tropical plants such as attend this get-to-gether: to honor duce the speaker.Something. Battle of Bubbling Brook."
" ber of the Flagler Beach Methodist the Princess Tree from South the .district governor's wife. The movie explores the tele-

. Church. He was fifty-four America. As always; the fa- r The actual club assembly will phone company's plan to adopta ,
years of age. mous Southern Belle models will be held in the commissioners'room nationwide dialing system,
c He is survived by his wife, be available to pose for souve- in the county court house. New using all numbers instead of a

J Mrs. Louise ,Taylor of Flagler nir, photographs. All members of the Rotary Club combination,of letters and num. -

F Beach; a step daughter, Mrs. Of equal Interest will be the I are expected to be present. It In Telephone Talk bers. Instead of ID 7-3211, it'll
I r- Frank Lence kl, McGuire Air quarter million dollar under: I is estimated that this meetingwill be 4373211. Mr. Moore said this

- Force Base N. J.; a son Louis water photograph pool, "Aqya- begin about 7:30; P.M. The Bell Telephone 'Laboratories plan will provide enough tele-
f', (Buddy) Taylor, Flagler Beach; rama," where the television in cooperation with the i phone numbers for more tele I
Four brothers, Newbern Taylor spectacular "Esther Williams at phones in the future.
New Bell Company
Lions Club Jersey Telephone
,,. of .Ocala; Connie and Raymond Cypress Gardens" was filmed. Fishing recently completed an ex The technicolor movie stars ,
Taylor both of Rutherford, Tenn; The free weekend is being of- Peg Lynch and Alan Bunce, better
For Kids periment in Newark, N. J. where-
and Aubry Taylor of Betralto, fered by the Gardens on September Tourney by the messages of housewives, known'on radio and tele-
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Ill. Also'surviving are two grand- : 16 and 17 to give every Flor- businessmen and teenagers were vision as "Ethel and Albert."
I Held Last Saturday Part of the film's story is told
children.
ida resident a chance to see'America's unawaredly being "sliced'up" 1 1and.translated I
Funeral services will be held : I in a cartoon animation, featur-
Tropical \Vonderland"
The Lions Club annual Small into
this I mathematiC-I ing a character, "Mr. Digit the.
at 11 o'clock morning at no, charge. Fry Fishing Tournament held al code of -
(Thursday) from the First Methodist ) "numbers .man" from the- telephone .
Saturday at Lake Lucille was pulses. '
'1 ... Church of Bunnell. Rev. C.W.A. LOCAI/3102 TO attended by approximately' 200 : Only the coded signalsnotthe I company. I
of the Mr Moore said the film is I
t Reynold Hoover, pastor
HAVE CHRISTMAS youngsters. Refreshments were actual "voices"-went 'over., '
I now available to Bunnell's clubs,
,, Flagler Beach Methodist Church j served during the morning by the 'wires. At the far end the
assisted PHONE CONTEST schools and community organi 'I
will officiate and will be -
members of the Lions Club. system rebuilt the signals into I
by Rev. W. L. Spicer Jr., The Communications Workers I zations. It describes the number
J Prizes were awarded to the voices, and delivered them
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pastor of, the Bunnell Methodist I of America Local 3102 is giving following as winners in the sev- sounding the same as ever. change as a result of the growth ,
Church. Interment will be in five free telephone calls to famIlies of the country and its communi- \
eral events: The principal i ti! 'called "pulse I
cation facilities: It also discusses
the Espanola CeJ etery. I of servicemen serving over- Largest' fish caught by girl- code modulation," or simply
Friends may call at the Craig seas at Christmas time. The Mary Cook. I "PCM." The experimental system some expected communi- '
Funeral Chapel in. Bunnell from free calls will be given to rest Largest fish caught by boy- now in operation between cations services in the future, In.
7 P. M. Wednesday eveningun dents of Flagler and Volusia John' Kurtz. Newark and a' nearby town, eluding the dialing of overseas

til 8 A.. M. Thursday; morning Counties, Community Service Smallest fish caught by girl- I Passaic, is called the T-1 system telephone numbers. -.
and at the church from 9 A. M. Chairman Alan L. Hughes said. Lyna Knight. .-
until the funeral hour. Craig today. Smallest fish I The sends I II
caught by boy- system pulses over: FUTURE FARMER
Funeral Home of .Bunnell is in One call will be given in the Henry Bowers. the wires so fast-one and a 1 I I '

charge of arrangements. Bunnell-Flagler area; two from Most fish caught by boy- half 'million per second-that!I CHAPTER NEWS ,
Pallbearers are Lyman Gage, the Halifax area; one fipm New'Smyrna Gordon Worley. the codes of many .different (Howard Emery, reporter) .
Clinton Hall Joe Bruce Fred area; and one from the' :MoSt fish 'caught' by. girl- voices can be interlaced on the I I Cecil Westbrook was elected
Mark, George Wickline and DeLand-Pierson area. Mr Hughes Janet Cook.Youngest. same wires, thus increasing the president of the Bunnell Chap
Ernest .Buteux. said the calls will be made by girl fishing Terlsa message capacity of the wires.' !I ter of the Future Farmers of {

relatives of men in the armed Kurtz. :Jo install T-1, telephone companies I I America at its first meeting of
CITIES RECEIVE services who are stationed over Youngest boy fishing-Jimmy will not have to dig up the year. The meeting was held .

CIGARETTE' TAX seas this Christmas Day. Buomx. city streets. Instead, using existing Thursday night
Rules to follow in qualifiyingfor Cup race (girl Cherry Wads cables, they can connect Also elected were Jerry Burn-
From the July collection of the free calls are: send ,i- worth and Lyna Knight. terminal equipment in manholes sed, vice president; Mickey Ramsey
the five cents v. package tax on, postcard to CXW:A. Christmas Cup race (boy) John Kersey. or poles along the way. secretary; Robert Tucker I
cigarettes sold in their corporate Calls, P. O. Box 1632, Daytona Prizes were donated by the Buck Moore, district managerfor treasurer; Wilbur Sheffield,

limits, the following municipalities Beach; Give the name, rank and following merchants: Ander- Southern Bell in this area, chaplain: Howard Emery, reporter -
of Flagler County have received serial number of relatives 'stationed son's Flying Service, Baker's De- tells'us that "The: equipment for ; Ruby Stula, sentinel;

these amounts: overseas; the, name of partment Store, Moody's Pharmacy the T-l system will be manufactured Flynn Edmonson, parliamenta
Town of Beverly Beach, $91.60; resident here along with the Fruits Jeweler Store, Dunn by Western Electric rian.
City of Bunnell/1458.45 Townof address' .and telephone number. Hardware & Supply, Sheltons Company, starting later this Plans for the Green" Hand initiation t. I .
.Flagler"' ach." $760.93; and I 'November 15,1961 is the dead Supermarket and' Brannam's I year, for general use- through. of new members was discussed '

MarinelandT$138.27. .;"' '. .line for- filing; this' information.. Food Market out the Bell ..System." .., .1
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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Sept. 14, 1961 Ij

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. I CONSERVATION By Tilmon W. .RobinsonThomas NEWS I. AREA : BUSINESS DIiECTO'kY1 l'[' ;1




L. Lenssen, owner of AIR_ 'CONDITIONING-HEATING i FLORIST_ l

the T-Double-L-Ranch. southeast

of Bunnell on Old Kings FLORIDA AIR ., I Whatever The Occasion

Road, is planning a well rounded CONDITIONING' CO. i -Say It With Flowers

By Leslie Pache pasture program. Pasture Of Daytona Inc. I from

grasses and legumes he plansto AIR CONDITIONINGHEATING I Black's :Mower Shop

". BULLDOGS .WILL OPEN 1 PROBABLE LINEUP use include, coastal bermuda, GENERAL SHEET METAL 7-3348
SEASON FRIDAY NIGHT "We're Proud of Our Work" Phone ID
, bahaia tall fescue
, -Bulldogs pensacola 330 Walker Holly Hill OR 7-6120 111 N. Forsythe Bunnett
Bunnell Bulldogs open their Charles :McCraney, LE, Mike and white clover. .

;Or ," 1961 football season In Crescent Cook' LT, Tommy Polk, LG, The soil on Lenssens's place I AUTO SERVICEMcDANIEL'S FUEL OILKING'S

f City ,Friday night at 8 o'clock. Brice Hosford,C, Peewee Knight,J varies from, a very light sand, TRUCK STOP
. RG, Ron Canakaris, RT, Mike I
The Bulldogswill be out to McMillan, RE, Bebe Moody and I.I'which .contains very little or- Service Station r PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILSJ.

. unfold -a ,new system under Paul Staton Burnsed, i ganc matter to heavy peat, PRODUCTS L. IRWIN. Prop.
.. 'QB, Jerry STANDARD OIL
which is in
is start- extremely high or-
Coach Bo Manuel who
Kuleski ,RHB Wil I Lubrication-Tires-Batteries
LHB
Harry ,
Tires-Batteries-Minor
. ganic matter. 'He is planning Repairs
his first at Bunnell.
; ing year .:bur Sheffield, FB. Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fue
" this coastal bermuda and pensacola Bunnell ID 7-7119
, Coach' Manuel arrived here I
-Rebels U S. 1 N. Bunnell ID 7.3678
from Clewiston High School.He bahia for the lighter solls-ba-
year I Bill Harrison, LE, Martin Dun- I
Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION
coach at Clewiston for i hair and white clover for the
was sop, LT, Don Brenner, LG, Cliff GARDEN SHOP
intermediate soils and tall fes-
'. 1 nine shears. His Clewiston foot Hunter C Howard RG,
, ,, George ,
cue and clover for the and Garden Center
peats Gray's
, ball team which was the smallest Tom Moore, RT, Jack. Dollar, RE, GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen I
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in the conference, came in mucks. Lenssen is opimistic that 7 A..M.-IQ p M.-1 Days .Headquarter for Gardening Need.
Henry Hof, QB, Earl ,Colvard, this type of will Ceramics, Gifts, Dry Arrangement
second for five consecutive years LHB, Dan Savage, RHB, J. W. program pro State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 { :Materials
coach. vide year-round grazing for his ,
while he
was Hutchinson FB. Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizer-
,
'herd of purebred Charlaise cattle Colonial Service Station
TORO LAWN MOWERS
Bunnell Bulldogs which has 10 .
EARL* E. RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION I 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051'
BULLDOGSREBELSSTANDING
seniors will be looking for their ORMOND

..' first win Friday against the SCS technicians assigned to I
MOTOR' TUNE-UP
Rebels who will to the air Rebels the Flagler' Soil Conservation j HARDWARE
have
go The Crescent City :GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES I
this season with Henry Hof doing won the last four straight games District recently assisted several U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL I THAT FAMOUS PAINT

the passing. Hof is the Mr. from the Bulldogs. They held district cooperators in the preparation J

Do Everything for the Rebels. the Bulldogs to one lone touch- of conservation plans on ED'S Exclusively at

The Rebels :have quite a line in down while scoring 77 points. their farms and ranches includ- PURE OIL STATION FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE

Martin Dunson "Mr: Biggie" at ing the following: B. K. Shef- Dt1Wlfl
The Bulldogs will be looking in Wash & .
Specializing Waxing
220. The have the field, J. E. Holt, Charles: Cowart,
Bulldogs, for' their first win in five starts. Batteries-Accessories i
T.N.T. boys-Peewee Knight and The Record Jr., Thomas L. Lenssen, Herschel' Flagler Beach HE 9.2103
MINOR REPAIRS j jU.S.
King and I. J.
- Big Ron Canakaris on the right. Pemberton. ,
Bunnell Crescent City '
Ilwy. 1-Bunnell-ID 7-3138 1
1960 --0 18 I Village HardwarCenter
The left side has Tommy Polk
I BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO
. and Power House Mike Cook. 1959 6 21" THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized I HOUSE PAINTS

1958 0 12 Match and mix any color
The backfield with good block-
Evlnrude Dealer
1957 0 26 "Builder's Supplies Kitchenware I
BAR & COCKTAIL
ing can pull a big upset over BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS
1956 26 0 GIFTS GREETING CARDS
the favored Rebels. LOUNGE
,
Dockage Storage Free Ramp'
1955 47' 6 AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420
DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY
WE FINANCE :
1954 39 0 FROM 9 I
1953 ,No Record Yet 825 ,Ballough Rd-Daytona SUNDAY FROM 6 P.M. I JEWELER !

1952 52 ', 0 Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach
FREE PAINT 1
1951 26 14 BRENNAN Jewelers .
MILLAND BAR AND
au One extra gallon of your choice I I Diamonds-Diamond Setting

4AM p TOTAL 196 97 with each gallon you buy .. COCKTAIL LOUNGE ) Fine Jewelry and Gifts

Mary Carter Paint Store I I Eddie & Mary Shultz, Props. Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus
LEVI BRANNAM AND JIM PACKAGE GOODS 1 Watches

BROWN SPARK "B" TEAM Also WestKate Chopping; Center 9 a.m.-2 a.m-Sun. 1 p.m. 2 a.m. Watches-Jewelry-Clocks Repaired
Ocean Blvd-Flakier BeachBETH'S )60 E. Granada-Ormond-OR 7-5056-
Levi Brannam, tackle and I

: Prompt Service Jim Brown quarterback, have RCA VICTOR SEASIDE I II FURNITURE
LIVING COLOR TV
: PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US been sparking the Bulldog "B" BAR & GRILL ;
"LOOK FOR THE PICTURE
team. Howard Bowers, fullback IN THE WINDOW I FOR FINEFOOD Ormond Bedding and

The Flagler TribunePhone has, been showing a' lot Southern Radio & Television I Furniture Co.

of speed and some good "block 226 E. Granada Ph. OR'7-2001 Substantial Discounts on All
IDlewood 7..3282i OltMOND 3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA I BEDS=SOFAS-FUIlNITUItB

, BunnelL Florida ing.Michael I 7 A.M.-II P.M. $10 Tradein Covers Down PaymentR.
Open
has been put S. ROBENBERRY
Hornsby Owner
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INVITATION FOIl BIDS into a tackle spot Mike has .................. '.... BUILDING SUPPLIES 60 Granada, Ormond Bch. OR 7-6411'
The Housing Authority of the I I
County of Flagler Florida, will been playing guard in practice. O. F. ALFORD 1

lords receive, and bids Tenants for: Public Owners.Liability Land- Fred Harris, guard has been Registered WICKLINE PAINTS

Insurance Coverage. ,Limits of not doing some good blocking. The (
less than 50/100 Thousand 'Dollars, Real Estate Broker Building Supplies JERRY'S PAINT MARTPI1TSBURGH
., of Low-rent Housing Project Fla. ends, Richard Lerch and Walter ,
30-1-A & 30Iuntil 2 P.M. E.S.T.on of CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS I
Townsend have shown lots
,
the 18th day of September, 1961. Bunnell Florida
The Housing Authority of the improvement. Kent Holland, STEEL I Paints-Finishes
of Flagler Florida reserves
County
the right to reject any and all center, and Levi Brannam are Flagler Beach HE 9.2254 Paint Sundries-Wallpaper
' bids the list and will miss ORMOND PRESCRIPTION
" HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE on injury 38 W. Granada-Ormond

COUNTY. OF' FLAGLER. FLOIt1 practice a few days. -: PHARMACY I BOTTLE CASHARRIS ORange 7.0761

By JOHN N. McINTOSH The squad as a whole has Sick Room Supplles-Sundries .-

Title Chairman. been doing some hard work ,and HOSPITAL SUPPLIES i.I BOTTLE GAS ROOFER
Date September 1. 1961.- 24-Hour Prescription Service BOTTLE BULK: .
Sept. T-14-2tc the boys look very good. All or EDGEMON ROOFING CO.
Free in Beach i
Delivery Flagler FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY
IN Till CIRCUIT COURT OVKUAGLKIl are 'eager ot learn. Kenneth Rt. AlA 1 ml. North of :Manufacturers of

,, v IN CHANCERY COUNTY NO. 4326 FLORIDA. Cole has been assisting Jack ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661 HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY Cement Tile RoofingALL

GEORGE J. HTNAK. Hardin and with his help' the PHONE ID 7-3551
}>lalntltt, TYPES OF ROOFINGFast
.
\ boys will have some 'good train. Help Flagler County Grow Dependable Service
_ DOROTHY GRAY LITNAK. I at Home
By Shopping
fundamental football.
Defendant. ing on Community HWY. 1 N. ORMOND

. NOTICE TO DEFEND The team so far has 20 boys I ORange 75177. 7.1793
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: CONCRETE PRODUCTS
:. Dorothy Gray Litnak in these positions: Memorial ChurchInterdenominational '

. You Residence are hereby Unknown notified that a I Tackles Your "Q" For ConcreteDial I RESTAURANT

suit has been filed against you In Levi Brannam, Thomas Daniel,
. 1 the above entitled cause; and you AIR CONDITIONED CL 3-8113 SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT
are hereby required to file your,an I Bruce Eberha&inger, Shorty '
Daytona Ave.FLAGLER' I DAYTONA BEACH Lunches-Dinners Sandwiches
swer with the Clerk of this Court Sheffield, :Michael Hornsby. -
and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney. Ends BEACH Quillian's Concrete Inc. OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY
whose name and address Is: ,
Ray Selden Richard Lerch, Walter Townsend Sunday School 10:00 A.M. 152 W Granada-ormond Beach

Selden 800 Main Building Street and Glenn Miller. Church Service 11:00 A.M. CLEANERS Open 6 A.M.-fl P.M. at

Daytona Beach. Floridanot Guard I 146 S. Atlantic Ormond
R. W. DICKERT. Pastor
later than September 29th.
A. D. 1961. Jim Potter, Leonard Buono, Fred EVERYONE WELCOME i BUNNELL CLEANERSWE
If you fall to do so, decree pro t
confesso will be entered againstyou Harris. GIVE ,TV STAMPS RIGHT ON THE BEACHShrixnpStecucChopS'Chicken
for the relief demanded in the -center .
bill of complaint. The nature of Open Dally 8 to 6
said suit being for divorce. Kent Holland and Jack Knight. Phone ID '7-3188 Sandwiches and Shakes
WITNESS my hand and seal of -QuarterbackJim m4t 3Tla Itr OTrtimn Sandwiches and Pies
Bald Court this, 22nd day of August 115 N. ,Bay St. Bunnell
A D. 191 Brown and John Seale.Fullback' BREAKFAST ANYTIME

(OtllclalSeal E. A.)SMYTHE BU1I1fELL. FLORIDAMRS. J DRUG STORES Ocean Spray Restaurant

Clerk of said Circuit Court Howard Bowers.
Aug. 31& Sept. 'I-U-U--4tc AlA 1 Mile South of Pier

r .. M. B. FULLER, Editor I Moody's Pharmacy
Used
Flagler Cx>untya Corner Drug store Furniture-Upholstery :

CRAIG FUNERAL HOME Deslcaate OAelal PabHeatSeaf PRESCRIPTIONS JOE WELLBORN

.r PafcHe .Utiee .f Flatter DRUGS-SUNDRIES v

Outr* MaalelpaHttea taereiammd Furniture & Upholstery .
FOUNTAIN SERVICE
F A. H. CRAIG Funeral, Director tfce State .f FleriaaBatered GOOD USED FURNITURENew t
BuaaelL Flo. Phone ID 7.3651
JOHN BARDIN. Associate Deddlng-Mattre. Renovating
..' a Furniture UpaeUteria -Trade* _
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.stone Age ]Meets' I believes that progress will be I I guese ship visited the island. I tional agreement. Germany and 1 I pute that began when Indonesia
I I'
; i painless. Despite their keen native I I I Dutchmen began trading with I Britain took over the eastern became a nation in 1949. Consultation

Age"In :New Guinea intelligence, New Gulnear's' I islanders early in the 17th ..century part, but their territories are i I with the Papuans is I II

I'I'I' 'I inhabitants-known collectivelyas I In 1885, the Netherlands I now ,administered by Australia.j I largely impracticable,since most
Despite rockets and atomic' Papuans-find it difficult to control over western New Guinea Dutch control vigorously I I have never heard of either Indonesia I
I': power, the human race has,not{learn Western ways and adjustto I was recognized by an interna. I I I contested by Indonesia in a dis I I I or the Netherlands. I
dully emrged- from the Stone i
: : a new order.Netherlands --
Age. J I I

' In the ,wilds of Netherlands New Guinear, is .
_New Guinear, there are ,people I about the size of California, but VEGETABLE GROWERS -'
, who have never seen a, metal the number of people is not
implement. They chip their known. Tribesmen live to them-
tools from stone as did the an- selves in so many different .VEGA'DX.\T-: \
cestors of Europeans. thousands units, each with its own cus-
of years ago. ;toms and speech, that if is un- .
Some New Guinean, fight usual to find more than 10,000in
I I with ,spears, wear little or' not a single language,group. The CAN KEEP P--'

,clothing: and regard head hunt j.1 population estimate for the
ing as an ,honorable duty. They whole of the territory is some WEEDS I
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sell women in marriage accept 700,000.
.I II The pame "Papuan" is about OUT OF YOUR CABBAGEKills

the only commond bond. Thereis
men have 'never seen a foreigner hardly any distinguishingtrait
the annuals and broadleafs
grassy many as they sprout .
and believe, airplanes pass- or skill, custom or tool ,. '
overhead are great spirits. familiar to all Papuans inhabit- Last year, growers from coast to coast proved they cut hand j..;,"
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'"'I Major Milestone Passed .I ing the country. weeding labor costs$20 to$90 per acre by spraying VEGADEX _r
l The Dutch Government is Eat Sage and Taro as they planted. Treat your overall field, or row treat. LEAVE ,.' I
'} 'ing to introduce, self-rule to try-I Pigmy Papuans live in the for- an untreated,patch and SEE the difference. .

,' people of Netherlands New GUI-1 est highlands, taller tribes in Increased demand has led to big volume production-and ;,.,. : :
| near, the western part of the lowlands. The hill people lowered costs. -
world's largest island after 1 cultivate sweet potatoes and ta- I" "
, This saving is passed on to you. Now, you can spray VEGA.J: ,:\ ,
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adible rootsock. wr.:
Greenland. Recently the first ro an Sago
I DEX at a lower cost and eliminate practically all hand weeding -1, Iliw
! elected flour prepared from the pith of ;1.";
legislative
council was labor costs. One gallon treats about 1 acre.overall; 2 to 4 acres '- .. f-'1"'i. ." ,'.'
Inaugurated at the capital Hol- a palm is the mainstay of the ,
of row treatment. Come in-let us give you the facts that will ,
landia. lowland diet. The lowlanders
save you money. .
f s Queen Juliana of the Nether- support themselves with com
i lands hailed the ceremony paratively little work and have ,
J "the first step on the road that developed elaborate religions, M5L IY THE KILGORE SEED COMPANY

leads to the exercise of the rightof including prolonged mask
, self-determination." She add- I'dances, sacred clubhouses for I Monsanto Division of Asgrow Seed Company

ed: "May this road prove to be I men, mystic ceremonials. / IFARM

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tJ t Rev: Adlai Stevens from Jack
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' Sunday; September 3, at 2:30
pulpit of the Baptist Church this -5-
: P.M., Miss Janet Sue Taylor and I : 5
month. Mrs. Stevens accompan
J Mr. William'' L, White were MEATSGrade
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united in marriage at the Community -
revival is being planned for
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I,the first week In October to be -- "A" Western DOG'FOOD -*
Flagler Beach with the pastor 3ge
conducted by Rev. Major Arro- 9 for
Rev. R. W. Dickert, officiating., .
from Bristol,
wood Virginia. BEEF SALE
The bride is from Oran, Mo.,I The church choir had a social Floor Polish
and the groom, son of Mrs. Harry -j after choir practice ,last Saturday I
'Cash of Flagler Beach, has i honoring Margie Schatz who CHUCK ROAST jb.49< V1VReg. 7ge
been employed at Cape. Cana- was leaving to go away to I
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I; Miss Sylvia Lopaz* from West with'"Good a large Luck cake Margie which*' in said the' D *

:, Palm and John Beach t Hollingsworth was maid of honor was church presented basement.with a Margie gotng-away was I' : :NDN.: ROAST Ib..59CHUCK LOOKYOUR

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by her uncle, !Mr. 'Danny i I held in the church basement; I STEAKS lb. 59 lOc
t Taylor from Ormond Beach. She!I II this Saturday eve ing. The TI I Can
< was wearing a bridal gown of I I shaped table was decorated with

white cHiffon and lace with a lilies, fern, and yellow candles.A No. 300 Bush
waist length veil. She carried a' business meeting was held t. -
white orchid on her white Bible. after the meal was served and 12 oz. Copeland RED BEANSNo. f

The maid of honor wore a chilI I election of officers was held for.
fon gown, with rose festoons accenting the coming The officers
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FRANKS 300 BushKIDNEY
the skirt. Her .
corsagewas are: Judson Stryker, director; I pkg
an orchid.A Mrs. Robert Rumill, president; BEANSNo.
prelude: of traditional wed- I Judy Stryker, secretary; Barbara Palm River -
ding music was rendered at the I I'Weaver, treasurer; Mrs. Mar A
organ by Mrs. Eda Hart Wilkins garet Presswood,:robe chairman; 300 BushBLACKEYE
and the '"Lord's Prayer" was I Barbara Stryker, librarian and SLI. BACON lb. 55'Chase PEASNo.
played during the ceremony. I historian.Mr. I

A reception at the home of _. _______ _
the groom's mother, Mrs. Harry I and Mrs. Hansalpaker returned 300 Showboat
Cash, was given by the bride's, to their home here Mon
grandmother, MrsC.. Taylor,I day after spending several'days & SanbornCOFFEE PORK & BEANS
'former resident here, and her in Miami. Mr. Hansalpaker's
two aunts, Mrs. Violet and. Ib.
May brother in law passed away 39 No.,, 300 Bush"' I
Mrs. Danny Taylor. A three-tier ,there last week and was buried, !
wedding u cake topped with a in West Palm Beach. can. OCTOBER BEANSNo.
miniature bride and groom was

served with punch.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. :Miller and Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
,and Mrs. White spent family, accompanied by her ) 303 can GREENS

few day's honeymoon. on the mother, Mrs.' Laura Alligood, TURNIPSMUSTARD
west coast and-returned, to Cocoa I made a trip to Lake City Sun 2V2 Can OSAGEPEACHES '
where* he is employed untiE day to visit with re atives.I I '
he enters the United States I .. 4forl00f

Military Service. September 18. %Pal Par er returned here Monday .; ...* ,:
after being called to Barnes- "
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Parker and ville, Ga., because of the death 303 Can Musslemans .' ." COLLARDS
sons Pat, Jr., and Scott rom of his brother, Rev. W. Carl .' _
:Miami Springs, were weekend Parker, who was a Christian APPLE SAUCE 2 for 290Giant

guests here with her parents, Congregationalist minister.Mrs. Red Bird VIENNA
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ensemble of shocking'pink linen I Mr" and Mrs. Frank Grover Cracker Ward left the latter
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with, white accessories. Her cor-j had as their guests during the I part of last week for Jacksonville-
I sage waS pale blue carnations l I II past weekend his brother in law,, where he will receive medical

.' with white satin and net. I I and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph' treatment and surgery. He was .

... A reception was held in theentertainment II I I I Reigard and little son Joey. accompanied there by Mrs. .

I. L OC L room of the j jI c Ward.
: I church educational building. !1 I Earl Palmquist, of Jacksonville I

,.. I : Against a background of potted i I..and Chester Palmquist of Chicago Mr. and Mrs. Don Alford and
: i: kenka palms the bride's ; Ill., spent Thursday here son of Jacksonville ,spent the ,
BEVERLY EMERY 'neckline with small cap sleeves j II table was overlaid with an Irish visiting with friends. They are past weekend here visiting with,
The necklinewas i
with bow accent.
AND JOHN SEAY I linen damask cloth which the former residents of Bunnell. 'Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Wray and
appliqued with embroid-
re-
i I bride's aunt Mrs. William ,Patrick :Mr. and Mrs. Earl Palmquist Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Ayford.
ered alencon lace. The skirt was
EXCHANGE VOWSMiss j
brought back from Eng- have recently opened the Wes-
with bow trim I
princess style
Beverly Gail Emery became land.The table was centered connette Florist Shop in Jack-
and alencon lace applique. Her I' Visiting here during the past
the bride of"Mr.: John,TVat- with a three-tiered cake trimmed sonville.
shoulder' veil was attached to. weekend with Miss JoAnn Morris -
ford Seay in a candlelight cere* with pink rose buds and I
a large silk organza Dior bow] was a classmate, Miss Betty
: with miniature bride
mony at. the 'Ffrst'Baptist topped a Ted.Panchella son of Mr., and .
outlined with seed pearls. She J of Altamonte SpringsMrs.
MQrgan
and At each end of the L!
I Church of Bunnell Thursday groom. Mrs. Anthony Panchella of.Bun
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silk
;evening, September .7, 1961. The wore matching strand organza of ,table were crystal punch bowls. nell left recently to join the U.I '
mitts and
:pastor, Rev. Thomas M. Pinner, a single I Serving the cake was, Mrs. I S. Marines. He is stationed in I Frank Boswell returned

. I Jr.,'officiated in the double ring pearls. Edward Zeller,and Mrs. William Parris Island for his basic train- home Saturday from a Jackson-
ceremony. She carried a Bible topped Patrick. Presiding at the punch I ing. He was a member of the ville hospital where she under-

with pink Melissa Sweetheart bowls were Mrs. DeWayne Metts, graduating class of the Bunnell went ear surgery on Wednesday.
I
The bride is the daughter of
I Mrs.' Howard 'Allen and Mrs.
I rosebuds with white satin High School in June.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold 'Emery of leaves, and streamers.The I Ben Sparkman. The bride's book l I
loops
' Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Holland Jr.,
1
: Bunnell. The bridegroom is the
I II [was kept by Mrs. Lynn Lyons
Mrs. William Sturman of East i have moved back to their homeon
son' of Mrs. Elizabeth Baggett, maid of honor was j ,
gown- cousin of the bride. !
I I I I Orange, N. J., visited here Friday West Moody Boulevard. Work
of Chipley, Florida. ed in shrimp taffeta fashioned j
After time
|! spending some
and Saturday with Mr. and has just been completed.on r:-
with a rounded neckline notchedat 'with their Mr. and Mrs.I
guests
The ,wedding vows were ex- II Mrs. Raphael Sturman. She was pairs and rebuilding from the
the center ,front and short
left for short
Seay
a weddingtrip.
changed before the altar which accompanied to Miami Sunday fire several weeks ago..
cap sleeves, self-belt with a Mrs. chose for travel I
was banked with ke'nka palms I! I Seay by her son,, Bill Jr., who will
bow in back. The skirt was ing a charcoal sheath dress with:I I :
and .salome. Tall baskets of I enter the University of Miamifor Mr. and Mrs. Fj H. Howell
softly pleated.. Her headpiecewas I trim.I
and white
white chrysanthemums and matching jacket' his freshman year. Bill Jr. have as their house guests her
of matching taffeta with i!With this she white
gladoli were placed on either wore ac had visited here with his grand I brother in ,law and sister Mr.
Dior bow and halo veil.I
length cessories. Her flowers
was a corsage -;
side and were flanked by :I father and Mrs. Sturman for and Mrs. W. B. Lewis of Hous-
Her shoes were dyed to match..] of pink rose buds from her (
branched candelabra., I I the past ten days. 'ton, Texas.FREE .,
/ She carried a sprat of coral colored j I bridal bouquet.

.." Miss Samuella Whitaker was I feathered carnations with I][ Out of. town guests were the I
t organist and Mrs. Maxine moss green leaves and net. I bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth i THE HANDY FAMILY BY LLOYD B1RMWGHAM

Buckles, soloist, sang. .Whither J The mother of the bride was Baggett of Quincy Mrs.I I '

;, Thou Goest" and "The Wedding gowned in a pale blue linen I I Walter Fortner, Debbie, Steph : NEW YOU WASTE NEED A BASKET\) MCW PONT,I'rV1 WORRY GOING I JUNIOR'S FOR A PLAN l / i
Prayer." The traditional wed- sheath with embroidered lace I anie and Lew Fortner, aunt and IN YOUR!: ROOM/ J TO MAKE ONEJUNIORTHIS NAUTICAL l ,
ding marches were used. accents. Her accessories were : cousins of the bride;; Mrs. W.H. *S WITH A wasTEnos
OLD 1 NAUTICAL ttEME
The bride was given In marriage black patent and her corsagewas I I Allen Sr., and :Mrs. Adrian A / PA5KET' ?
by her father and she had light pink carnations with j II j i Beach, all of Hastings; Mi and \t 5"

as her maid, of honor and only I white satin and net. ,I[!Mrs. Lynn Lyons, Jacksonville; I
attendant her sister Miss Celia Mrs. Baggett chose for her I II and Mrs. Gales Cone of Holly
Joyce Emery. son's wedding a pink brocade I HOlES Etiu
I I I[Hill.The
Serving as best man was Howard I I satin sheath gown. With this bride is a graduate of: '
f Allen of Bunnell.Quentin she wore a white feather hat Bunnell High School and is em- f pYQLYW

and Howard Emery, brothers of and black patent accessories.Her .I I ployed at'the Flagler Clinic and L = ? t) 36oTTgu
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the, bride were ushers. corsage was light pink carnations I II I.,Hospital. Mr. Seay is with the rc
The bride chose for her wed. with white ,satin and Salt Water Fish Commission. .
ding a ballerina length gown I I I I The couple will reside in the 4 {
f t
I i. of silk organza over.taffeta. The II IIi. I net.Mrs.. ,Mable Emery, the bride's I I SeDessie Home Chapel Street 2yam

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- THE BOOK NOOK-I I a chance to act, and perhapsa -I.. NOTICE: OF SALE NOTICE OF SALE (![ vlsees. legatees- grantees, credl----::"

Notice Is !i tors, lienors or other parties claiming -
leading role In'ne of the gala hereby given that under Notice Is hereby given that under'and {
and pursuant to that certain Final pursuant to that certain Final | by through under or againstI
Ed :Note;-Library: assistants of showboat performances that Decree rendered on the 7th day of Decrea rendered on the 7th day of I VValeria Koziowakt deceased; .Ho-
September A. D.1961, by the Hon- September A. D. 1961. by the Honorable I, leslaw Kozlowski. if living and if
the Bunnell School plan to furnish were part of the summer dramatic orable Howell W. Melton one of Howell W. Melton one of j i dead his unknown spouse heirs
the Judges' of the Seventh Judicial the Judges of the Seventh Judicial 1 I at law. devisees legatees grantees.
Library Club news or a short course. Circuit of the State of Florida in Circuit of the State of Florida, in ][I creditors, lienors or other parties

book review on library books and for Flagler County, In that and for Flagler County in that j t claiming by through unaer or
Although j certain cause lately pending in the I I against Boieslaw Kozlowski. deceased -
she knew she would ( certain cause lately pending in the j
t each week. Following is a book Circuit Court of Flagler County, Circuit Court of Flagler County j j ; Leon Drwenakl. if living (
'; review by Faye Edmonson miss Jeff Moore, Pam was eager Florida. In Chancery, wherein Citi- : Florida Iii Chancery wherein CItizens I I I I and if ,dead his unknown spouse
:
'i \ to make new friends among the zens Bank of Bunnell. a Florida :1 Bank of Bunnell. a Florida I heirs at law, devisees legatees
I banking corporation, was plaintiff banking corporation. was plaintiff i iI t grantees creditors, lienors or oth- ,
Hi there, want to read a good carefree, friendly student crew. and George R. Kendall, Individually and George R. Kendall was defendant .II er parties claiming by through. 41
and James Kendall joined by I being case No. 4275. I. I under or against Leon Drwenski. "
book? Well, look our way. The:. Particularly there was dark, exciting his father and next friend. George the undersigned Clerk of the Circuit I I deceased and /' ;

Bunnell High School library has I Alan Richmond whose unpredictability R. Kendall was defendant being Court In Fla ler' County, Florida ;-
. I case No. 42.77, I. the undersignedClerk will on Monday the 25th day Any and all persons (save and
on its ,shelf "Steamboat Sum- was a challengeto of the Circuit Court in Flag- of September. A. D.. 1961. at the except the plaintiff herein) having -
ler County Florida will on Monday or claiming any right, titleor
north front door of the Flagler I
mer, 'Written ,by Rosamond Du her. In the crowded, busy the 25th day of September. County Courthouse Bunnell. i interest in and to the 'lands

Jardin. showboat 'quarrels flared as A. D. 1961. at the north front door Flagler; County. Florida, during the < after involved in this suit and herein-
of the Flagler County Courthousein regular and legal hours of sale.I described.,
.
I quickly as romance, and Pam Bunnell. Flagler County, Florida offer for sale and sell at public The
The heroines of during the regular and respective post office addressand
: popular legal outcry to the highest and best bid
, found it difficult to cope with I hours of sale offer for. sale and der therefor for cash in hand, in residence of each of the above
Double Date find romance and the antagonism of a dazzling sell at public outcry to the highestand order to satisfy the said Final De- :i named Xou parties Is unknown.
I best bidder therefor for cashIn and each of you are hereby
excitement aboard a college cree aforesaid the following described I
prima donnar named Geneva hand in order to satisfy the property. to-wit: notified that a suit has been
showboat. said Final Decree aforesaid the I brought against you to quiet title
When thei/feud threatened One Allis-Chalmers power'unit to the
Day. following described to- following described lands
property
r A summer vacation aboard the I wit: Moder W 226 Serial Number situate in Flagler County, Florida
showboat morale however,
I'U 92106 W. to-wit:
Harwood College Showboat wasa Pam displayed the tact and maturity 1956 Dodge, Coronet 2 Dr. Sedan One Ford Tractor. high clearance I ,
Engine No. 35103963. model 850 serial number Being a part of Section 34,
thrilling prospect for Pam and of a seasoned,trouper and Dated at Bunnell, Flagler County 67004. I Township 12 South Range 31
Penny, the twins of Double Fea Florida this 7th day of September Dated at Bunnell Flagler County East and more particularly
won the promise of a' ,Awarding A. D. 1961. I I Florida this, 7th day of Septem- described as follows: beginning -

ture. To Penny it meant being new friendship.For (Seal) E. A. SMYTHEAs I ber A. D. 1961. I at, the original Northeast

with Mike .who had a job on Clerk of the Circuit Court (Seal) E. A. SMYTHE corner or Section: 34, Township
of- Flagler County Florida. i As Clerk of the Circuit Court 12 South Range 31 East and
the tugboat that pushed the old I all the Regina's crew it ,Sept. 14-Itc I'' of Flagler 'County, Florida. I running thence South 8s w39's1l'"'
West, alongthe
Sept. 14-ltc North line of
Regina from town to town along was an unforgetable summer. NOTICE OF SALE I I the said Section 3a distanceof

the Ohio River To Pam it meant There were humdrum chores Notice is hereby 'given that under [ IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT 1tsl: .lts feet to the center
and pursuant to that certain Final IV AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTV. I line of a drainage canal;
and colorful parades, quiet talk- Decree rendered on the 7th day of 1 "FLORIDA IN PRODATE. thence South 17"2U'JS1" Last

fests with the old captain and September A. D. 1961. by the Hon- I CASE NO. 585 I along the center line of said
I orable Howell W. Melton, on the IN RE: Estate of canal, a distance of 384.31
exciting opening nights, sicken- Judges of the 'Seventh Judicial Circuit GEORGE C. McARN. feet; thence South 1353'34

I Sarah E. Martel I ing fiascos and dizzy of the State of Florida in and J Deceased. West along said center line
triumphs, for Flagler County, in that certain NOTICE OF FILING PETITION a distance of 1457.91 feet;
all culminating in a wonderful cause lately pending in the Cir- thence South 2617'54'Vest,
FINAL DISCHARGE OFEXECUTRIX
FOIL
NOTARY PUBLIC cuit Court of Flagler County. Florida -I along said center line, a dis

I surprise from Penny and ,:Mike. in Chancery, wherein Citizens Notice is hereby given that I have .South tance of 30.03'fD'Vest.232.33 feet;, thence
along
FLAGLER BEACHHE Bank of Bunnell a Florida banking -
flIed final returns Executrixof
my as said
I Sounds like .a good book, corporation, was plaintiff, and the estate of GEORGE C. Mc- 116.42 center line a distance of
9.2203-Lehlgh St. feet; thence South 51-
Dewey Dodgen and Albert B. Powell -
ARN. deceased that I have filed
'doesn't it! ; 5'1'57'Vest, along said center
Jr., were defendants, being-
petition for distribution and
,- - - - my line a distance of 96.31 feet;
No. 4278. I. the undersigned
case
for final discharge. and that on thence '
.South 73.50'31'Vest.. .
Clerk of the Circuit Court in Flag-
October 9th 1961 I will apply to
along said center line a dis-
ler County Florida will on Mon-
the Hnorable T. K. McKnight.
day, the 25th day of September.A. County Judge of Flagler County. South tance of 108.35 feet: thence
D. 1961, at the north front door 84.38'45"Vest, along
Florida, for approval of said final said
center line a distance of
of the Flagler County Courthouse
returns and for an order of distribution 740.37
feet: thence South 59
in Bunnell Flagler County. -Florida -
1962 CHEVY CORVAIRor and for final dischargeas
a 48'16Vcst.. along said center
during the regular and legal Executrix the will of
line a distance of 65.90 feet
'; hours of sale offer for sale'and
} :: GEORGE C. McARN, deceased.SI .
one of 310 PRIZES in Cher the to the East line of Tract 10
v s sell at best public bidder outcry therefor to for highestand cashIn Sadye Lee, :McARNExecutrix of Block B of Section 34,
= ; Township 12 South Range 31
hand in order to satisfy the
First Publication. : September 7, East; thence South 0.48'21"E
said. Final Decree afpresaid. the '
1961. fst, along the East line of
t. following described property to-
Sept. 7-14-21-28--4tc
wit: the said Tract 10. a distanceof
378.56 feet to an Intersec-
1954 Pontiac 2 dr. sedan. Serial IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH tion with the center line of
P8ZH 38772. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN the Korona Canal; thence
Dated at Bunnell, .Flagler' Coun-' AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY, South 7401'15 East along
ty Florida this 7th day of Sep FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 4324 the center line of the Korona
tember A. D. 1961. Frances Stewart pucker Fulcher. Canal a distance of 3266.27

(Seal) E. A. SMYTHEAs Plaintiff, feet to an intersection with
Clerk of the Circuit Court vs. the East line of the said Sec-
of Flagler County. Florida Thurston Conrad Fulcher tion 34; thence North 1"50'25"
Sept. 14-ltc Defendant. East, along the East line of
NOTICE TO DEFEND JI the said 'Section 34, a distanceof
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS IN THE NAME OF THE STATE 3605.83 feet to the point of
NAME LAW OF FLORIDA: beginning of this description.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I TO: Thurston Conrad Fulcher Bearings are referred to the
Notice is hereby given that the whose residence and address Mercator East Grid Azimuthand
undersigned pursuant to Chapter f is unknown. parcel containing 164.348
iyr
20953. LAWS of Florida 1941. will YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED acres.
register with the Clerk of the Cir- I that 'a suit for Divorce :has been- I I
; 'Isn't fun v Sr cuit Court in and for Flagler brought against you in the Circuit ALSO: ,
County Florida, upon receipt of Court of Flagler County. Florida A part of Section 26 Township -
proof of publication of this notice In Chancery by FRANCES STEWART 12 South Range 31 East
FULCHER, styled- as above. and being more particularly
the> tictitous name to-wit:
to romp on warm 1 Brinkley and Doyle. Builders, under ART RUCKER FULCHER. styledas described as follows: Begin-
which we are engaged at gen- above and you are hereby required ning at' the original Southwest
eral contracting Flagler Beach. to file, personally or by Attorney corner of Section 26, -Township -
?" Florida, and that the undersignedare .with the Clerk of said Courtat 12 South Range 31 East
cozy floors the only persons interested in Bunnell. Florida, your answer or and running thence North !--
.d said business. written defenses. If any to the 00'30'Vest" along the West
: Dated at Bunnell. Florida this Complaint In said suit on or before line of the said Section 26, a
11th day of September. 1.961. the 29th day of September. distance of 660.0 feet; thence
'I A. D. 1961. and to serve a copy North 8859'30East, -a distance -
RAYMOND O. BRINKLEY thereof upon RICHARD E. CON- of 1021.69 feet to an In- .
ERNEST R. DOYLE I NER. Attorney for Plaintiff, whose, tersp.ctlon.with the center line
I Sept. 14-21-28 & Oct. 5-4tpIV I Address la Post Office Box 1566. I of the Old Kings Road: thenceSouth

New Smyrna Beach, Florida. 2037'00 East along
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE Is.1 the center line of the Old
FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA, hereby- designated. as the newsPaper Kings Itoad a distance of
I.V CHANCERY NO. 4323 in which this Order shall 700.63 feet to the South line
ANNA :MAE ALEY be published once a week for four of the said Section 26; thence
.. Plaintiff. 'consecutive weeks. ,South 88. 59'30" West, along
vs. I the South lino of the said
JOHN ALEY. '!\I E "T- Section 26, a distance of
Defendant. ,AGAINST YOU BY DEFAULT. 1255,81 feet to the point of
-'INu Yy"' s NOTICE TO DKFKND WITNESS my hand and seal of beginning of this description.
I THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: said Court at Bunnell. Flagler Exceptinghowever.. Right of
John Aley County Florida. this 21st day of Way of the Old Kings Road.
a } 319 Mulberry Street A..."ii..t. A. T>. 1961. Bearings are referred to the
Williamsport Pat (SEAL EJ- A. SMYTHE Mercator East Grid Azimuthand
You are hereby notified- that a Clerk of the Circuit Court parcel containing 17.261
d'xT suit has been tiled against you in Flasler County. Florida acres.
*> the above entitled cause: and you Uohard E. Conner ALSO
; are hereby- required to file your answer Attorney at L AW A part of Section 27, Town-
with the Clerk of this Court, T>. O. Box 1564; x ship, 12 South. Range 31 East
II 44F and to serve a copy thereof upon X \y. Sm-vrna' 'Beach, Florida 'and more particularly described -
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney, Aus. 24-21 & Sept. 1-U--4tc as follows: Beginning at .
whose name and address is: the original Southeast cornerof
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND Section 27 Township 12
'v. Cecil Grant
FOR KLA(:LKR COUNTY, .FLORIDA South. Range 31 East and running -
407 Main Street
% Florida IN CHANCERY NO. 431O thence South 88-39'39""

not later Daytona than Beach September 22nd.: : THOMAS L. LENSSEN, West, along the South line of
A. D. 1961. Plaintiff the said Section 27. a distanceof
-V8- 1892.18 feet to an intersection -
.If fail to do decree pro
you so.
BUNNELL DEVELOPMENT with the center line of' !
confesso will beentered against
COMPANY, a dissolved Flor- a drainage canal; thence
demanded In the
YOU for the relief Ida' corporation etc.. et aI, North 1720'21 West along .'
bill of complaint. The nature of
Defendants. said canal center line a distance
said suit" being for divorce.
NOTICE TO DEFEND of 513.68 feet: thence
sx WITNESS my hand and real of IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF North 2x'00'50"" West, along
said Court this 21st day of AugustA. FLORIDA. TO: said canal renter line, a distance -
D. 1941Official ITunnell Development ,Company of 178.22 feet; thence
( Seal) a dissolved Florida corporation North 88.39'39'" East a distance -
E. A. SMYTHEClerk and I. I. Moody. Claude F. Stewart of 2100.51 feet to the
of said Circuit Court J. R. Slone and J. F. Lambert as East line of the saM, Section
Aug. 24-31 & Sept. 1-14-ttc director: trustees:, of Bunnell Development 27: thence South 00'30"" East
-- -- Company and each ana along: siM J East line. a distance -
.. > IN THE CIRCUIT COIIIIT OF I all the unknown assigns successors of 660.0 feet to,the pointof
......; KLAOLKR COUNTY PLO IIIDA" in Interest trustees or other beplnnlntr this de crln-
.t<' CHANCERY NO. 4328 parties claiming by, through un- tion. Bearings are referred to

give your family a ':,. ROSS H., ALLISON.Plaintiff. der or against said dissolved corporation the :Mercator East Grid Azi-
i none of whom can be located muth and parcel containing
f healthier happier warmer vs. and it not being known 30.160 acres ,
SARAH M. ALLISON. whether there are any surviving ALSO .
-
home with beautiful new t I Defendant. trustees All of Section 35. Township
a NOTICE TO DEFEND John Jackson if living( and If 12 South. Range 31 East' containing -
I THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: dead- his unknown- spouse. heirsat i 237.80 acres. Excepting -
I Sarah M. Allison law. devisees, legatees grantees however. Ricrht-of-Way of
I 1 176 Washington Street creditors lienors or other parties the OM Kings Road.In .
,5WEEiLEAOIL: a i Mount Holly New Jersey claiming by through, under or the above *tvl H court by the
You are hereby notified that a tagainst' John Jackson deceased: above named plaintiff and you are
I suit .has been filed against you In James V. Lawrence. If living, and hereby required to fit- personallyor
the above entitled cause and you If dead his unknown spouse heirs by your nttornev with the Clerk
: HOME-HEATER: are hereby required to tile your answer at.faw. devisees, legatees. grantees. of raid Court your answer, or oth-
I with the Clerk cf this Court creditors. llenors or other oarties er defensive nleadlngs to the complaint -
thereof claiming bjv. through under or In said suit and to serve
to
serve a ropy upon
SIEGLER has the"big, built-in Blower System and ex -land, plaintiff plaintiff's attoney. against James V. Lawrence deceased a copy thereof noon H. T. Cook, .
: Geo. W. Durrance. if living eaq. plll"t1tt"ttnrn"v.. whose "d- '
whose and address Is:
elusive Inner Heat Tubes that give you the comfort name and If dead his unknown dress i'* Bunn l1. Florida on or before 'tE
miracle of SUPER FLOOR HEAT. Come in and 'I Ray Selden spouse. heirs at law. devisees. legatees thn 28th dry of Re"\ t-nr w-r_
Selden Building 'grantees, creditors, lienors or A. D. 1-"!1. end The Flaei@r Triune .
h ask for a demonstration and see how this new 80Q Main Street other parties claiming by. through which I." a n-wsn \nr mating ':
Siegler will for itself with Daytona Beach. Florida under or against Geo. W. Durr ne *, the reouirerents nre*<.rl* >tI.hv.
pay e not later than September 29th, Ram Britt if living, and If dead. law for such purpose. Is hereby
... the fuel it saves. A. D. 1961. his unknown spouse heirs at law designated an the n"l-I'pan.p' In
.., If you fall to do so. decree pro devis H s. legatees grantees.credi- which this notice -hen "It "1If1III'1-
confesso will be entered against tors, llenors or other uartles claiming M once week for four consecu
yOU for the relief demanded In the bv. through under or against tive w-ek* t
bill -of .complaint. The nature ol Sam Britt. ,deceased: John Fraczek.f TT-rein fraill. rint or T)*.:TPA Tern
said. snit being: foe divorce.<< living and If dead his unknown Confess will be entered ..againstyou. 1.
FLAGLER HARDWARE WITNESS 'my hand and seal ot flPou e. heirsat law. deviaees, ..- "
t, saidCourt this 23rd day of AugustA. legatees, errantees. credltof"li.n- Witness .njr hand( as C14rk-.n1
D. 196LOfficial ors or 'other. t>artes claiming .hv. ft.".f call <>r said f' url -11)1..:;117th ,
.. : PHONE ID .?-3191r ( Seal) ", f through, under or --.. r"Int John day of ,Ang"*, Tijjj.. ,: :
-i E. A. SMYTHFV Itf :w nc'wk;: -deceased: *W !eHa KInwpkl. ?*- B :/MYTHE' T ? ;
r r \ FLORIDA Clerk of_ said Circuit Court If living, and If dead Ws Af nr tf "t> -hnvf'1.*"< court .

RAILROAD- .. VEBUNNELL" ,." .*,- 'Aug. n & Sept. 1-!L:% -4tC .. .. unknown apouse heirs at laws'de-. Aug. 24.3U& S pt. ,7-14-4tc Y" tj


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I. I seasoning takes almost no area Thanksgiving and Christmas.:I I used. the finely chopped fresh or dried .
I Gardening In Florida at all. Often, you can squeezethe feasts. The most popular speciesof If fresh herbs are used, chop herbs directly to the mixture .
i plants into the "skips between these flavor plants are lemon, very fine so that more of the Remember, a little does a lot- <.,
Why'not aoi flavor to the gar ,the flower plants or along golden and silver thyme. Grow herb oils can escape. Blendingor with herbs. ,

den this fat'fDY 'planting herbs? I I the border of the flower bed?,. ing thyme may be a bit difficult:' heating with butter or salad For additional information on ;: :

Whether you call them herbs 1 I Select site the kitchen. for. some, but is worth the effort oil is the best way to draw out growing and using herbs, ask .. :
I a near when judged palate-wise. and extend the flavors of herbs. your county agent for Circular .
sounding the "H"--or' stay
This will make it convenient to "
164, "Herbs.
with the continental 'custom and dash out and snatch a few Coriander is easy to grow. Soak dried herbs in a tea.
refer to them as "urbs," they are sprigs of herbs for instant use. Like dill, this spice plant is usedto spoon of water or lime juice for
an asset, to any garden.. Planting herbs in window boxes I add flavor to bread, poultry i,15 minutes before using. 1,1

A small'plot allocated to several makes harvesting even easier. dressing; curries, spiced meats For casseroles. and sauces, add I
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of the flavor will -
plants and pickles. Coriander is used -
t add interest' and piquant taste Herbs tested for fall plantingin in the same manner 'as caraway TRIP SURANCEGo
t to ,the ordinary .round .of vege- Florida'are sage, sweet .marjoram seeds. I -
tables. Herbs add a delightful thyme, lavender, rose ProtectedA
tang to dressings for chicken, mary and sweet fennel. Those Harvesting and curing is the new service that we are proud to offer at I.I I.
turkey and pork dishes.Most : I suggested for winter include, most important part of the remarkably low rates. Whether you plan to
herbs are quite easily i dill, coriander and, anise. or 'growing ,hobby. The llav-1 I be vacationing 3 days or 6 months See us ,

grown from seed, provided the i Next spring you may plant point is to gather each about your tripsurance.H. J

soil is well drained'and nQt too basil, chives, summer savory, the proper stage of maturity and T. COOK AGENCY
rich. Sandy s plentiful in I I catnip' borage, hyssop lemon dry 'rapidly in the shade, so Citizens Bank Building
Florida-is ideal for many flavor i verbena, tarragon mints and that it will retain flavor and Bunnell, Florida ID 7-3361

plants. I pot marjoram. color. _
I Other herbs f' v damp, shady I I I Sage is one, of the few herbs i iI Herbs when sufficiently dry 'f"J'................J'a.................,:a.--a.--a.a..Jf ..... .l'>>

spots. As an example, spear I that still belongs to modem : are crisp. ,Many of them are FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
" mint does, well in a shady spot I II I everyday life. There are several stored in the powder.form, and 1
near a drippy facucet: (If the i varieties-green, purple and va- leaves should be separated from
spigot isn't old enough to leak, AMBULANCE
The
1 I rigated. type with oval the stalk and crushed into a
' then turn it on a week bit) leaves is most common. One or fine ,powder.The PHONE VAlley 41625ST.

\ A spot, for growing your own two plants will supply the SERVICE AUGUSTINE., FLORIDA
leaves for seasoning poultry knack for using herbs is
dressing, sausage and other often a well guarded secret. Never be hesitant about calling a Garda Amhulci ci."' We

meats. Some rules to follow in developing are always at your service with promptness, safety and
L UI! Sweet marjoram was one of your own secrets In-
the most popular herbs in the clude using a light hand with experience

MMBR"8Y J colonial garden. It, rose geranium herbs. You want just enough Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
lemon verbena and lavender flavor to compliment, your dish,
The U7 are the five fragrant herbs but not crowd out 'the flavor of Garcia Funeral Home .
used, by the early Americans, to the food.
From Nina R. Manley, Town- scent linens. Blends should be so subtle P.- E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director #

send, Montana: The memories of Thyme is a favorite of the I that only you and an expertcan LADY ASSISTANT

many who relate their childhood housewife when preparing the. tell what herbs you have J ...-....-..,:a..".................",.Wi.....................f1f...........-14...."............Jf......
experiences seem to center around I
cozy winter evenings with the I
family, but my mind travels backto '
long summer afternoons spentin I
the garden with my mother..
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I was an indifferent gardener, and
to this day I have no sign of a

dearly green loved thumb,to but grow my things mother, es- CALLING ALL BOYS 6. THROUGH 10 :1

,9ecially the vegetables which
were so in demand by our large !
" family. The real reason I enjoyed
I weeding was because Mother

i. how would could I even quote loved add that.poetry a bit'from Sometimes aloud, and my I REGISTER NOW AT BUNNELL MOTOR CO.'S i

own agile memory. Mother's fa- ,
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M .Thanatopsis," and others, quite- -
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ten but I loved them just the
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of PRIZES too! .
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garden together have become precious i.- s. ',,:' .
I. memories.. In my thoughts, P .". -.- ,
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;' -.. PAGE. EIGHT ./ THE FLAGL.ER TRIBUNE BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday, Sept. 14, 1961 .

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:Pood, Water Supply i F i'nier4-H'ers i I

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Urged For Survival Are Wanted For .1' + .'.. :
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';' Facts about providing, food -'I r
; Peace Corps Tours
and water for survival 'home .- .. z .*:. "g "pma :.
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or in a family fallout, shelter Skills and training of former .

.. following nuclear atta k are 4.H Club members are neededfor .
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. !'. ',. contained in a new publication a Peace Corps' project being 'x-. ... ..
released by the U. S. Department considered for Latin America,
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. ol Agriculture. according to W .W. Brown state

. boy ..4.1 Club agent with the I
"Family Food Stockpile for
. Florida Agricultural Extension -1
Survival" recommends a two-
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;, week emergency supply of food
and water. It urges .families to While exact location of the

store and maintain a special project cannot b'e announced because ,4i

- emergency food stockpile, or to it is still being negotiated, !

build up regular food stores so Brown says participants would ;

. that there is always a two.week work as two.person teams and

supply on hand.Emergency ., help develop ,4-H. type rural

youth programs.The .
foods should be in c

: cans, Jars or tightly sealed pa. Peace Corps assignment Morningside Blvd., Port St. Lucie, Florida

per containers, preferable in would be for two years, starting .
: sizes that will supply just I about' December 1. This includes I "We insist on value that's why we're paving

enough for one meal. Foods a three-months training I "
all 'streets with soil-cement!
should be' selected that will last program on language 'and -customs -, .. our
for months without refrigerationand of the country. \ ;

that can be eaten' with lit. and '. ', ; -I .. Says ELLIOTT MACKLE President, The Mackle Co., Inc. .
Brown says men women .
tIe or no cooking' ,. ., \ .. :; .
18 years of age or; older, with] "Soil-cement is our choice of pavement sure maintenance costs. They stay )

rural, and 4-H backgrounds: are for the many miles of streets paved .solid and don't pothole or wash out at'

! : 'Clean ''and ,Dry---- especially ,desired as applicants. .. ":< .each year by The Mackle Company at the edges.This means continuing econ- /

Florida, applicants should call, : Port Charlotte, Port Malabar Port St. omy for community.." .
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. Mildew Protection write or visit their county agentfor Lucie and.other General Development Taxpayers especially like soil-cement. -
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,further information and Corporation communities in Florida.
The best defense against molds Most of the, materials cost nothing. .

and mildew is to keep things Peace Corps Application forms. ..:..,. "Soil-cement economical install, The main'-ingredienf is soil at the.site

clean and dry, according to Erd- which means savings and value for ouror old broken-up blacktop or gravel. ,

man West, mycologist with the Forest Service Says :- .. customers. In addition,many blocks of Mixed with portland; cement and '

:Tlorida Agricultural Experiment : soil-cement streets can be completed water, rolled and topped with bitumi-

Stations. Apply for SeelingsPine I in a single day. This is a vital factor nous coating-the pavement's finished. .

Clothing that Was' been worn I : to us in maintaining land development Soil-cement can save tax money where .

must be aired and dried thoro seedling application ) andconstructionschedulesandinhold. you live, too! Soil-cement grows ...
before being hung up or blanks ate now being distributed .
ughly
-I ing down paving costs. stronger year after year. It's the
to Florida landowners who
in clothes hamper. Bed
placed a '
"Just as important, these streets
asstrongest pavement short of concrete! .
clothing should be aired before desire to order trees for the com- ,
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beds are remade. ing planting season, it "was announced : I '
Mattresses and cloth.covered today by R.;-A. Bonning- I PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION r.
'. 1612 East Colonial Drive!, Orlando, Florida '.
hausen chief of forest I
overstuffed furniture should be management '- .
air.dried in the sun if they get 'for. the Florida Forest .: ', :.' 'J :national organization improve and extend the uses of portland cement and concrete '". ,
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damp. Books ,should be' kept in Service. '
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a dry place. : .
Landowners are encouraged to
Leather. goods should be order early to assure prompt and ;:::; 'I
cleaned, dried and polished if '
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when
liftingof
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they get damp, particularly if seedlings begins in Novem liMit : :
they are' to be put [into storage. 4l II
ber. There is no assurance that L11 '
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the supply "will meet the demand 1 1 .
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CLASSIFIEDADS so orders will be filledon ; '.
a first come first served' ba

sis. 4K PN' ,}

In addition to pine seedlings, .'(
the nurseries:: have red cedar, ; f 1 1f
Listing under this heading are
3 cents per word each Insertion, i Arizona cypress, catalpa, tupelo ... '\ )' c '
7Z vents I. minimum charge. >
cottonwood bald ,
gum, cypress
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MAN WANTED. Good' Rawleigh yellow poplar and eucalyptus In .) e.L

business .now open in FlaglerCo. limited numbers. bI .
If willing to conduct Home .. __ ,(:
Seedling orders blanks may'be
'Service business with good profits
obtained from the nearest : .
-see C. D. Gall. R 2, Box 223, : : :
Florida Forest Service office;
Palatka or write immediately.Rawleigh's -
Dept., FAI-360-45 county agent, SCS technician, or .. J
ASC office. '
:Memphis, Tenn. 9.7.3tp.1 I -
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TOR RENT OR SALE-3 bed. I! nursery will be: Pine $4.00 per -
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room house at north end of Pal thousand; Red Cedar and Arizona .

metto, Flagler Beach, on boat Cypress, $8.00 per thous. 1

canals cotjl pleasant living, exceptional and; potted Eucalyptus, $15.00 \
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value, beautiful interior perhundred, and bare-rooted : -

and exterior $90.00 per Eucalyptus, $10.00 per thousand.All JI
month for September 1 occu other above mentioned species .

pancy. Contact present renters will be $10.00 per thousand.In .

or Alexander Lumber Co., Day- many areas, there is an ad. :

tona Beach, Florida. 7-20-TF ,ditional 35 cents per thousand iv -
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charge for truck delivery. '

- I Ocean,front 1 and housekeeping 2 bedrooms apartments compete -- more fun with another one 1 I

with linens and all utilities. .

Sun deck, fishing, swimming, (zN; A bumper crop of new television proThe new TV models are really excit(1g. i \

loafing. Day, week or month. I grams is being readied for the season Non-glare screens,. remote. tuning .control ..." i .

Sun Sea :Manor, Flagler Beach. "t. .. ahead ... a whole world of entertain- showpiece,styling. Slim and trim, .
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HE 9-2082 7-6tf ,.. ,ment at your fingertips. portables. Values greater than ever be- .. ,J. Is': 1
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s fore. COLOR TV, too. It's television '0 < ; .
FOR RENT-Unfurnished, large I Now's the time to treat your family at its ultimate. the showmanship of t.
.. \2-bedroom garage apartment.Call to second TV set. Another set solves '
-" a full olor. .so vivid. .so true to life.
HE 9.2318 or see Zeke' A'! the problem of what to turn on when ; ,
Chaffee. 11-17-tf And to add to your enjoyment have a '
favorite programs conflict. Let the kids :/ ';=

TOR RENT f urnisned 2 bedroom watch theirs .. while you enjoy yours. RADIO in every room, handy where ; .. ..
: Individual tastes are satisfied noandwhenyouwantit..andaSTEREO ': ;;
,one bath house, Daytona Ave., I HI-FI record player to bring concert .: I
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Tlagler Beach. Completely r n- hall realism into home. .
Once television your .. .
ovated. $65.00 month. Keys 2 happy. ,You get another t. .{; ':
per set, you'll wonder how you ever did You Live Better Electrically when you, .'
can be, picked up at Sullivan'sCulf ,. .. :
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Station. Nov 10-tf .
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