The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: September 21, 1961
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00246
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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i ; Cattlemen Set, I Registration Books I Survival Course I New Hunting I Business Group

Saturday Nov. 4 I Are Now Open Has 69 Flagler Licenses Are I I Schedules Meet

f Registration
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r As 'Cracker Day' I Gladys Deen said today registra Citizens Enrolled Now On SaleNew lat 7=30 Tonight

tion books are now open in the I hunting licenses are now
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Courthouse for new registrations.Mrs. on sale at the Judge's Office at .
Saturday, November 4, has Sixty-nine county citizens enrolled the Courthouse. They will also I The Bunnell Businessmen's
been set for the Tenth Annual Deen said the office will in the Civil Defense Survival Association will meet at thefBunnell
be on sale at the Flagler Hard-
Cattlemen's Horse 'Races and be open each week day from and First Aid Course at I Civic Center building
ware and the Dunn Hardwareand
Barbeque, it was learned today. 9 A.M. to noon and from 1 P.M. the Bunnell School Tuesday'eve of tonight (Thursday) September
Supply, a representative
,'I The event is sponsored each to 4:30 P.M. The books will I ning. I the judge's office said.It 21, at 7:30, Charles E. Creal an

: year by the Flagler County Cat- remain open until October 7 The course is being taught by i nounces. "This," he said, "is an

rj tlemen's Association and it is when they wil close and remain -J Robert Yoakum and Lister Kling: was also stated there was open meeting and all Flagler

s,I held at the Cattlemen's Raceway -I closed until after the Bi- of Daytona Beach. They both are f no change in the price of license county business and profession.

l''1 on U. s., Highway 1 about, ennial School District millage members of the Mainland High this year. The county license I" al men and their wives are in-

six miles south of Bunnell. i I I'I i election November 7. School Faculty and both are I are $2; state $7.50; 3-day vited to attend."

7 I f I Those wishing to register may qualified Civil Defense instruc- non-resident, $4.50; 10-day nonresident -
;, The program will consist, of I i visit the Registration Office at tors for the survival and first $1150; state nonresident Subject for discussion is. "If
i I quarter horse ana cow pony I I I Industry Comes-What Then?"
/ I the Courthouse between these aid course. The class will meet $25.50. There is also an
I races and games. The games I The idea is to begin formulating
hours. for which thereis
\ J over-age'license
I I I each Tuesday evening at 7:30
will, get underway at 10 o'clock plans to take advantage of 'in-
no charge, it was stated.
1 t in the school auditorium.This
,, in the morning and the games I dustry if and when it should
1I tI is a 12-hour course being
I I I Bratcher -
I Carl ,
and races will continue during conducted through the Adult Di- I Dealers come to Flagler County.If .
I, the afternoon. They will begin 4 Liquor
vision of the Daytona Beach does it will
J serving barbeque at 12 o'clock. I come
: Home Destroyed Junior It is free.
College. Get Reply About in all probability come almost
'j r Committees are busy with I The class period Tuesday evening unannounced and advance prep-

It, plans and preparations for the By Fire Friday (f. dealt mostly with registration Plant LocationRecently !I' arations are needed if Flagler
1 annual event which promises to I, I and distribution of materials County is to reap the advant-

:.- be 'the biggest event yet. i I to be used as the course Tom Carmody, president ages. Otherwise, adjoining counties -
The home Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Games and races include the'j'I I.progresses. An official Civil of the Flagler County Retail and cities will get the
} Bratcher in Espanola was completely "
I clover leaf run and lead basket destroyed by fire Friday I. tense film on effects of De-I' Liquor Dealers Assn., wrote, I greater part of the business and
or f weave flag and musical [ testing which have been and got others to writeto U. S. new residents.
: evening. The first was discov- I
chair for both youths and was shown. Senator ,George Smathers pledg- '
ered about 7:30 in the evening r I To be discussed, Mr. Creal
adults. ing their cooperation, and urg- .
i and the Bunnell Fire Depart- : said will be the effect on the
ing Smathers, to work for locating -
; ment was called but the blaze;IT radeGroup school system, the effect on the
I < proposed chemical
Bunnell Hi-Y Club had gained too much headway 1 i I a tax situation, the effect on resi-
i in this
plant county.
before it was discovered. Most.I I dential and commercial building
Elects Officers 'I' Mr. and Mrs. Bratcher had Employs Senator Smathers in a letter the new business possibilities -

gone to Green Cove Springs to to Carmody assured him and that would arise the adjustments
The Hi-Y Club of. Bunneli i Attend a church meeting and ; People in StateFlorida's I others that he was very much I necessary to present

High School met during the ac- their children were at the homeof interested in having the plant business firms and the effect on

tivity period Monday to elect officers his parents. Mr.. and Mrs. L. largest employer I locate in Florida. His letter to I land values.

., ,and complete' organizational B. Bratcher in Bunnell. group wholesale' and retail' ii.CerrnocIy aid ,in. part According to_press dispatches, -
'procedures! t-The'-Tiome"was of"fame'!'cbn- trade stores" and firms' Had; a I Flagler county is still in the

t Pewee Knight was elected'President i'struction and it was partly covered payroll of $1,371,000,000 last "A short time ago I met with running for establishment of a

of the Club for the by insurance, it was stated. year the State Chamber of Com- high-ranking officials of the big plant in the vicinity of Pel-
1 1961.62 school year. Other officers : merce reports. Thiokol Corp. and made them licer Creek, and will beconsidered

elected were: Mike Mc- BEGIN WORK "Next in line stood govern; aware of the many advantages along with several other sitesin

Millan, Vice-President, Robbie ment with a $1,268,000,000 pay offered' by a site in Flagler Florida.I

.Tucker Secretary, and Mickey ON CHRISTMAS roll. This total was made up County. As you may know, It is expected the contract wilt

Ramsey, Treasurer. CANTATAThe of $280 million f paid to federal sites in several other countiesare be awarded in November, and

Officers will be installed joint. Choral helda civilian employees; $348 millionto also under consideration and, until that time little will be
ly with the girls club, the Tri- Flagler Group the military and $643 millionto as a Florida Senator, representing known about the company who
rehearsal the Beach
Hi-Y Club. This service is at Flagler all of the state I also -
and municipal presented will the
Recreation Center eve- state, county <<; get contract and what I
planned for the near future. Tuesday employees. the advantages of these area will be selected. i
ning. The group began on
Another meeting is scheduledfor counties. ;
,4 the Christmas Cantata which 1 'Third place was held by. I
Monday, September 25th at .manufacturing plants of all "In order that the citizens of
which time will be discussed I will be presented on Sunday District Governor ;
evening December 17. I types with a wage-salary total Flagler County will know of my
to sponsor the annual of $873 million. Service trades interest in this matter and will I :

clothing drive for the.: benefit of I invited All singers to join of this the club.county Those are establishments, made up of hotels understand why they do not .receive Speaks To Rotary .

underprivileged school childrenin wishing to join. and help make motels, amusement places, separate replies I would Frank M. Hancock, of Palatka

our Country.Mr. this venture a success may con business and repair services, etc. appreciate your asking the local governor of Rotary District 694,

Averly Brown and Mr. tact Miss Emily Gage at tele paid together $85 million. Payrolls newspaper to publish the con will speak atthe Rotary Club ,of "
John A. Cannon Jr. faculty tents f
are of contract construction of this letter. .
phone HE 92088. I Bunnell today at 12:30 P, M.
sponsors for the Hi-Y Club. this companies came to $578 million; } in an official visit here. I

year. transportation, communicationand Adult High School Hancock, elected at the Toyko,
utility firms $502 million; Japan, international convention I

YOUTH COUNCIL I and banks financial institutionsand Classes at D.B.J.C. of Rotary, also will meet with

BOARD TO BE II real estate firms .$374 million local President John A. Cannon,
ELECTED TONIGHT'Parents i Farm employees received Start Sept. 25th Jr., and Secretary Howard Tay-
I $111 million; employees mining lor and other officers in a club

and those interestedin firms $42 million; and $34 Robert. Yoakum, principal of assembly program. .
,organizing the Bunnell Youth million was paid to unclassified the Evening Adult'High Schoolof Before his election as gover

Council are urged. to attend a employees. I the Daytona Beach Junior nor Hancock was special representative -

,meeting ,at the Bunnell Masonic The fastest gainer, 1959 to College, saId today the classes to former GovernorBob j

Hall tonight (Thursday), Joan 1960, among these groups were will begin on September 25 at Langley of Jacksonville. He f

Crews said today. the service trades "establishments the Mainland High School in also served as president, direc

The meeting will be held at with a 10 per cent in- Daytona Beach. tor, treasurer and vice presidentof

8 o'clock and those interestedin crease. Payrolls of manufacturing -, The classes will meet on Monday thePalatka Rotary Club. '

getting the Council reorgan plants gained just under 10 Tuesday, Wednesday He has been a member of the

ized are urged to attend. The per cent, a figure matched by Thursday nights from 7 ,to 10 executive committee ofthe

group plans to elect the adult financial institutions. o'clock. The classes will run I North Florida Council of Boy

officers at this meeting. The Total wages and salaries through June.. The subjects of- Scouts of America for five years, j
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VFW Auxiliary is sponsoringthe { ,, : :/ :;; came to $6,008,000,000, up 7 percent fered are programmed as follows I council representative on the
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movement. :'':::", ':"'>:-.r:;: over 1959. Only five other : Monday, English; Tuesday national board, and now is
states, all relatively small, had Mathematics; Wednesday, council chairman. '
Returns From NIMBLE FINGERS These so great a gain as Florida and Social Studies -and Thursday,I He is past president of the Pa-
,two German girls won prizes as
the national stood at
average Science latka Parent-Teacher Associa-
Business Trip champion typists at an "Inter-
steno" congress in Wiesbaden 5 per cent."Payrolls. Mr. Yoakum said the registration -' tion, Chairman of the March of .

James Ebert and l\llchael1\Iur- Germany. They are Erika Berk- made up the principal fee of .$3 per year is Dimes for the past six years,
ray of Flagler Harbors. Inc.,' enkamp. left, and Sigrid WesseL ,part of the $9,938,0000,000 total charged. State adopted text- Chairman of the Finance Com-

have returned recently from., a personal income of Florid- books are used and new enroll- mittee of St. James Methodist

business trip in the New Eng ians last year. Property income ments are taken any time. Church, past president of the Pa-

land states. "BIRTH TREE"1lany (from jents dividends etc.) Those adults who had their latka Quarterback Club, and sec-

The Flagler Harbors Company; European farmers planta came to $1,673,000,000 a 7 per high school 'education interrupted retary of the Putnam County
hold the contract for the :development "birth tree' when a new childis cent gain find proprietors' income and who wish to secure their Committee of 100.

of the Marshland along born. The welfare the childis totaled $1,439,000,000,downa high school diploma are urgedto The Rotary Club of Bunnellis

Highway 11 and Intra- believed to be connected with, fraction from 1959. Pensions contact Mark Rankin Dir- one of 37 in district 694 ofRotary

costal -Waterway.Mr. growth of the tree In some districts ; of various types and miscellaneous ector of Adult Education Daytona International which Is

... Eberts family ,returned 'Switzerland a pear tree *payments amounted to $841 Beach Junior College P. O. comprised of more than 500,000

with' him andare residing inFJagler lis planted .for,a girl,, an apple'.for million and other income paidto Box ,U1l.'..,Daytona Beach, Florida members in 123 nations of the

Beach. : y: 1 y* i a boy. .':' employees_ to $174 million. ,. pr phone CL 51476. Free World. -


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I H. H. McBride, whose propertylies AIR CONDITIONING-HEATING :I FLORIST
in the south end of Flagler I
County, is planning seepage FLORIDA AIRCONDITIONING I I Whatever The Occasion

irrigate several hundred acres CO.- I 1 I -Say It With Flowers

By Leslie Pasha of improved pasture. 'He has Of Daytona Inc. I I 'fromBlack's.

called ,on the Soil Conservation AIR CONDmONINGHEATING I Flower Shop
Phone ID
HUMBLE REBELS FIRST HOME GAME ance for the installation of the "WeVe Proud of Our Work" 7-3348
Orange Park: Raiders who 330"Walker. Holly Hill OR '1610I 111 N. Forsythe Bunnell
" Bunnell clicked in the air and system.
close to ,Callahan'
r dropped a 'game FUEL OILKING'S
on the ground in their first Friday ;night 44-7 will McBride is installing the system AUTO SERVICE I

'"'. game of this season, rolling to tangle with the Bulldogs here J, so that he will have'a'more McDANIEL'S .1 I TRUCK STOP

a 57.7 win' over Crescent City. at 8 P.M. Friday. balanced grazing period. At i
,. I Service Station ,PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILSJ.
Bunnell parlayed the flashy The Raiders who are playing present he has coastal bermuda
of half"rl STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS L., IRWIN Prop.LubricationTIresBatteries.
and running
:r-r.: passing their first year of football are grass which gives several

w : backs Jerry Burnsed, and Harry coached by Larry Wesley form months of excellent grazing dur- 'Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs
Kuleski and the hard hitting I IL 'r er' University of Florida grid ing the spring and summer. Bunnell ID 7-7119 Fuel Oil, Kerosene Tractor Fue

line of the Bulldogs jarred upA star. Helping husky mentor With irrigation, he will add U.S. 1 N. Bunnell ID 7-3678,

: the Rebels in the first half for Wesley ,is Pope Griffin another I white clover' and expect to Increase Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION I

'. ,,',: a 27-0 lead. Florida graduate. What Orange I the grazing period con GARDEN SHOP

;::- ;.' Jerry hit Big Mike McMillan Park lacks in experience it siderably. GULF TIRES-& BATTERIESOpen I Gray's Garden Center

'J) for the first touchdown, Jerry hit makes up in numbers. The I 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days Headquarter for Gardening; Need.
Raiders have 33 and only :i Ceramics Gifts. Arrangement
boys Dray
f 1 !' Kuleski with a 35 yard pass forT The Flagler SCS technicians State&:Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 I

f,. ; the second score. Mike was' hit six are seniors. The Raiders run! have been busy the past week I i'Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers

>':;: by Jerry for the third score on out of a T formation. making a topographical surveyon Colonial Service Station : TORO LAWN MOWERS

.; '. a 25 yard pass.. Jerry hit Harry Probable lineups are-Bulldogs I W. H. McBride's improved EARL E. RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION. I 147 Tomoka Avenue ORMONDI -Ph. OR 7-051

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for the fourth score on a 25 yard : pasture as the first step in in- I
Mike McMillan RE; Ron Ca I MOTOR TUNE-UP
1 pass. Jerry' scored two extra stalling a seepage irrigation HARDWARE
points and Kuleski one. nakaris, RT; Pee Wee Knight, system. Jim Beard, SCS tech- GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES I
,\ RG; Brice Hosford, C; Tommy u.S..HIWAY 1 BUNNELL ,THAT FAMOUS PAINT
nician of Macclenny, has been
In the third quarter Burnsed Polk, LG; Mike Cook LT; I
scored to make it 330. Ronnie Charles McCraney LE; Bebe assisting with the survey. ED'S I '" .- Exclusively at

Canakaris picked up a fumbleon Moody QB; Harry Kuleski RHB; PURE OIL STATION 1 FLAGLER BEACH

blocked pass and scored Jerry Burnsed, LHB; Wilbur John D. Griffin, Area SCS Con. Specializing in Wash & Waxing : 122* HARDWARE

, to make it 390. Kuleski scoredon Sheffield, FB: versationist of Lake City, 'wasa Tir_Batteries-Accessories i I!
Beach HE 9.2103
a pass from Burnsed to make Raiders- visitor Flagler
in the Flagler SCD MINOR REPAIRS
f it 450. Jerry Burnsed scored on Jimmy Nelson, RE; Richard during the week. u.s. Hwy. 1-Bunnell-ID 7-3138

. a 40 yard run to make it 510. Reed, RT; Sam Cowie, RG; Bill I I. | Village Hardwar. Center
Early, (rapt, C; Marshall Rick- I HOUSE PAINTS
the Rebels
}: In the 4th quarter '
er, LG; Tommy Shad, LT; Ron- THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized Match and mix any color
drive late in the
: put on a power
quarter, driving through the nie Rodger, LEL; Ken Berry, QB; Evinrude Dealer BAR &' COCKTAIL ![Builder's Supplies Kitchenware
middle and plowing through for Bill Goodson, RHB; Ronald Scott, BOATS ACCESSORIE'S REPAIRS LOUNGE 1 I GIFTS GREETING CARDS

a touchdown to make it 516., LHB; Eddie Powers, FB. Dockage Storage Free Ramp DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY A1A Ormond Beach CL 2.0420
Henry Hof and Earl Coward doing
the plowing with Coward 825 Rd-Daytona, JEWELER
: BOWLING LEAGUE Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach
scoring. Jerry Burnsed scored
X Won Lost PAINT I BRENNAN Jewelers
the. last touchdown to make it FREE
Maintenance 9 3 I I MILLAND BAR AND Diamonds-Diamond Setting
577. One extra gallon of your choice COCKTAIL LOUNGE
Truck ShopTropical 8 4 | Fine Jewelry and Gifts

The team work of the Bulldogs Mustang 8 4 with each gallop you buy I Eddie &: Mary Shultz Props. ; Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus

and the defensive play Fishermans Inn 8 4 Mary 'Carter.Paint Store PACKAGE GOODS I Watches

was terrific, and: the hard work Office 6 ::6' Also Center 9 a.m-2 a.m-Sun. 1 p.m. 2 a.m.. Watches ewelry-Clocks Repaired ;
WevtKitte bopping I
Ocean Blvd=: Flakier Beach 60 E. Granada-Ormond-OR 75056i
paid off"with big dividends. Electricians 5 7

Swell job Bo, Jack and Cliff.I Nomads 41r h RCA VICTOR BETH'S SEASIDE I FURNITURE

am sure glad the game is over. Tropical Rangers 4% 7i i
1 .' I never saw football fever, butI Foremen 4 8 I I Ormond Bedding and
know there N was a lot of it in Mill 3 9 IN THE WINDOW I Furniture Co.

Bunnell Friday. The Bulldogswon -Friday Night Results Southern Radio & Television Substantial Discounts on All

and I lost my voice. Won Lost 226 E. Granada OHMONIi-Ph. OR 7-2001 3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA I I I $10 BEDS Tradein-SOFAS Covers-FURNITURE Down Payment

Bunnell 6 21 18 12 Maintenance 3 1 I i. Open 7 A.M.-l1 P.M. I R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner 4'

Crescent City 0 0 0 7 Electricians i 3 .;2. ... I Granada, Ormond Dch. OR 7-6411 '7I
1''tl''rl'rl'rI'5 BUILDING SUPPLIES ,,89
Fishermans Inn 4 0 '
Touchdowns-McMillan 2, H. I 1
Foremen 0 4 l\
Kuelski, J. Burnsed 3, R. Ca. 3 1 I
Tropical Mustangs '
nakaris 1, P.A.T. ,J. Burnsed 2, Mill 1 3 I I Real Estate Broker Building Supplies JERRY'S PAINT MART

H. Kuleski 1. Truck,, Shop 3 1'' CEMENT. CEMENT BLOCKS PITISBURGH1=-1
Crescent City-Touchdown Bunnell Florida i I
Office 1 3 I
I STEEL, Paints-Finishes ,;
Earl Coluard 1. P.A.T. Henry Nomads 1% 2% Flagier Beach HE 92254BO'n"LE Paint Sundries-Wallpaper ,

Hof. .. Tropical Rangers gas 11 J I'ORMOND PRESCRIPTION 38 W. Granada-Ormond., j
3 AAeI -" Sick Room Supplies-Sundries 1
The Bunnell Bulldogs Scored suRe TO sauce you...' 0 HOSPITAL SUPPLIES I BOTTLE GAS f ROOFER \i
the most points for a football I 24.Hour Prescription Service BOTTLE or BULK
last Friday and Saturdayof -
game Free Delivery in Flagler Beach FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY Manufacturers of )
any team in Florida. i v Rt. AlA 1 ml. North of HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY j
Cement Tile Roofing I'
1i i PHONE ID 7-3551'

CONFERENCE SEPTEMBER 16 STANDING 1 1J Community I Help By Flagler Shopping County at Home Grow HWY.Dependable 1 N. ORMOND Service

Bunnell 1 0 1000 57 7 1I J ORange 7-5177 7-1793 1 1I
Hastings 1 0 1000,34, 0 Memorial Church

Hastings 1 0 1000 34 0 1I I ptuv DNoncI Inter-denomlnatlonal Your "Q" For ConcreteDial I RESTAURANT '

St. Joseph 1 0 1000 18 7 AIR CONDITIONED CL 3-8113 SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT
Callahan 1 0 1000 14 7 I 1 1
Daytona ,Ave. I DAYTONA BEACH Lunches-DInners-Sandwiches
Pierson' 0 1 000 0 0
D & B 0 1 000 19 33 Quillian's Concrete, Inc. ,-
Keystone Hts 0 1 000 7 18 I Sunday School 10:00 A.M. I 152 W Granada-Ormond Beach r

,Baldwin 0 1 000 0 34 Church Service 11:00 A.M. CLEANERS Open 6 A.M.-11 P.M. at

Crescent C. 0-1 OOQ 7. 57 R. TV. DICKERT. Pastor f 146 S. Atlantic--Ormond
Gomes week of September 22- o ": GIVE TV STAMPSOpen RIGHT ON THE BEACHShrimpSteakChopsChicken I
So, easy
Bunnell vs. Orange Park I S
TO USEs Daily to 6 1.
Callahan vs. St. Joes Phone ID 7-3188 Sandwiches and Shakes :

Keystone& B vs.Hts Baldwin vs Father LopezD -.........:.. I --lit 3Ungirr tUribintpBUIfTTEUj 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell BREAKFAST Sandwiches ANY and TIME Pies :' "

Hastings vs. Fla. :Military Acd. FLORIDA DRUG STORES Ocean Spray Restaurant i

Pierson vs. Crescent City. AlA 1 Mile South of Pier

MRS. M. B. FULLER, Editor Moody's PharmacyFlagler '
Used Furniture-Upholstery I
County's Corner Drug Store

Designated OfBelal P blleatJ m PRESCRIPTIONS JOE WELLBORN :
for Pablo Xtleea .< Flakier
Furniture Upholstery
C uty, Muldpalltle therein
A. B. CRAIG. Funeral, Director gad the State, .!' PUritaBmtered GOOD USED FURNITURE ;
BunnelL ,Flo. Phone ID 7.3661 New Beddln?-Mattre.a RenovatingFaraltare
HABDIN, Associate
r. Upbl terl *-Trades'
AIR 'OXYGEN mm iee.ad clams Matter ELECTRIC SERVICE IOU Flomiah Holly 'Hill-CL S-227S t
LADY } rebrmarr ,,1$13at, tit* ......ee
x at BuuttH*'JI't.rW.;utfer, met i '

., Phone ID 7-3532'' Tsar': ._._..sf0 cOM. "EnCIAL' CALL"* M Airmail. '-, AH' CK Publishers PrintersPhone' 4
ID 7.3282
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i ,' 207,260,000 gallon,total last Australian aborigines use II I Though no single grass variety
Have: A Peek I Sales of LP Gas I "A breakdown by types o year-I I dogs as "blankets" to keep I I is perfect, certified Floratine

1 I,used in Florida last year warm at night. A chilly nightIn i St. Augustine lawn grass is a
At Tomorrow'sTelephone I 162,964,000 gallons of propane; I I the Australian Outback ranks I II I superior new variety now available -
Show 4% Rise 2,363,000 gallons of butane and' : as a "three-dog night." A "five- ,I according to the Floridai
: Service. -I :41,933,000 gallons of mixtures.:" :I-dog night"! is really cold. 'i Turf-Grass Association.
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! The sale of LP gas in Florida --
Buck Moore, district managerfor was up 4 per cent Iii 1960 over
Southern Bell, said the telephone the previous year and the total VEGETABLE GROWERS ,.
system of the future will volume sold exceeded 207 million
t be almost human.He gallons, the Florida State Chamber
of Commere points out.
. said the system will let VEGA DE X
you ,go visiting and have your "Last year's sales volume'was I .
telephone calls automactically 248 per cent over 1950 in the
transferred to wherever you are state. The national gains were
dial two 6 cent over 1959 and 136 CAN KEEP
and you can only fig. : per '.: .
ures to reach phone numbers per cent over 1950.
4\ you call frequently. This ystemcan ': ,'I WEEDS ,
I "Expansion of the use of LP
also have calls to your
i home phone routed automatic- I gas establishments\in homes and in Florida commercial was OUT OF YOUR CABBAGEKills .-
ally to another phone when your
l up 10 per cent last year over ..4 .
line is busy. ( 1959 and accounted for a volume the grassy annuals and many broadleafs as they sprout \.
Moore said this telephone sys I of 170371,000 gallons. Last year, growers from coast to coast proved they cut hand .
',\ tem of tomorrow Is ,being tested !Trucks and other internal com weeding labor costs$20 to$90 per acre by spraying VEGADEXas
I,t now by a group of customers bustion machines used 15,005- they planted.Treat your overall field, or row treat. LEAVE -
,., in Morris, Illinois. The world's 1 000.gallons, up 18 per cent over an untreated patch and SEE the difference. .
,t first Electronic Control Office, the year. '
Increased 'demand has led to big volume production-and I
I created and developed by Bell
"These gains were-somewhat lowered costs.
Telephone Laboratories, is a
highly complex system that has I offset by a drop in use of the ,This saving is passed on to you. Now, you can spray VEGA-
logic and memory:* gas by ,manufacturing plants as DEX at a lower cost and eliminate practically all hand weeding
: a result of a switch-over to other labor costs. One gallon treats about 1 acre overall; 2 to 4 acres
It ,will be a while before the I fuels. Plants manufacturing of row treatment. Come in-let us give you the facts that will tf
electronic office is in regular J gas ,used 12,736,000 gallons (ultimately save you money. .
,I use. A production model is I consumed by other
't scheduled to go into operation| users), a drop df 37 per cent f THE
':'I in 1965, and from then on the from 1959 and other manufac- 4'a1,
electronic office will 'gradually,I turers consumed 7,475,000 gal-
1 replace the present system to. Ions, down 16 per cent. Miscellaneous -I Monsanto Division of Asgrow Seed Company .

II g: meet' the. needs of telephone I _users accounted for the f .. FARM Hastings, Florida
i if U f growth. 11,173,000 gallon balance of the I E' CHEMICALS


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7j Long Island 4 to 61b. avg.



j :- f- Heavy Western Beef Cuts PIG FEET .


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Fresh. Fancy Produce chase & Sanborn 1 lb. can COOKIES

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Delicious 4 tb Bag COFFEE 47C for .

Yellow Cooking Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
Pillsbury Limit one coupon to adult
t Fancy Tokay BISCUITS' 4 39C with $5.00 or more food,
GRAPES Ib 19c cans order.

,Philadelphia 3 oz. pkg. I Shelton's Super Market

,1 Pillsbury 10C89C ,: This Coupon void 9-23-61 I
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CAKE MIXES 3 $1 . .

Chocolate Yellow White ptc.pple::; .food King. 12 oz. bottle I : 25 FREE :

( Chef B 1 PIZZA/ CHEF8E; 39c ., with the purchase of
with' Shurfine / i- '. 8 oz. pkg. Hersheys '

First Prize: Pure 12 oz. : : : qt. & this coupon I

STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 25' MP Brand 300 can = /J > This Coupon void 9-23-61 ,

Van Camp .300 can f each .. ., '
SPANISH RICE 2 for39c : ; -. I
Wash your cloths clean with TOP VALUE STAMPS '
with the purchase of
Dukes GiantSize, New Lysol SprayDISENFECTANT ,
SALAD OIL qt. 49' FAB 59 -: I

and this coupon

FROZEN: FOODS: Limit one with $5.00 or more food order This Coupon void 9.23.61 ;i

I1 Sea Brand 20 oz. pkg. or a RESERVED

Winter Garden 1 lb. 1 -
Sept. 21-22-23, 1961
I 99c .

Birds ,Eye 10, oz. pkg. r: -' -m ;' 111 S. RAILROAD: > ,AVE. BUNNELL. FLA. Mon. that STORE FrL-8 HOURS AJ-6:45 P.M. y' : I

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In a double ring ceremony Miss Carolyn Preston was honored I
PRICES GOOD Thurs.-Fri.-Sat.
Sept. 21-22-23, 1961
:Miss Preston becamethe with
Carolyn Thursday evening a
bride of Mr. Terry Lee Ross miscellaneous shower given by I
on Saturday, September 16th, Mrs. Mary Gresham and Mrs.
at 6:45 o'clock at the home of I Joann Moyer at,her home. Miss QUALITY MEATS Hoods Qt.AMMONIA :

Rev. T. M. Pinner, -Jr., pastor of I Preston; was married September 19FRYERS' c
the Bunnell Baptist Church, in I 16th to Terry Ross. Grade "A" D & D Whole I

the presence of their immediate I The apartment was decoratedin Soft Weave
families. pink and white and the hon- 59*
Miss Preston is the daughterof oree's table held the shower ea. TISSUE
Mr. and :Mrs. J. D. Preston!gifts. Bridal bingo was played j '
and :Mr. Ross is the son of Mrs. during the evening and those II I II Center Cut WesternPORK 2 270
Marge Ross, all of Flagler Beach.I winning prizes were: Mrs. Dave i for

The-maid of honor was the Dobson, Mrs. Peggy Wells, Miss I I
bride's sister Miss Joann Pres- Jackie Jordan, and Mrs. Henry CHOPS Ib.5ge Scott j
ton, and the groom's best man Shill. The door prize was won TISSUE :i
was Henry Wells. by Jackie Jordan.

The, bride was wearing a Forty-five friends of the honoree I Fresh Boston Butt :
white brocade satin sheath dress were present and cold Cokes 2 for 270
trimmed in white fur and her I were served with cake by Bren- I

accessories bouquet were was white.Carol The Amling bridal -I I da Aaron and Christy' Golien. I PORK ROAST lb.. 49 Large

pink sweetheart rosebuds with SCOTT TOWELS
nile green leaves and satin rib- -
bon. The maid of honor wore and Mrs. Al Zamba are ,
a brown sheath with white ac receiving congratulations on the I 'CON 55Armour < each .
cessories and her corsage was arrival of their new daughterwho SP.almLRiI.verBA ib
of Jo sweetheart 200's
Mary yellow was born on Sunday, Sep- pkg.
rosebuds with moss green leaves tember 10, in the Halifax Hospital
Star Fully Cooked SCOTTIES"29C
and satin. t in Daytona, Beach. Havinga
Mrs. Preston, mother of, the son and daughter, this is their lb.
bride, wore a gray tailored dress I third child. She was named Canned Picnics 4 $22f 125' ft. CutriteWAX
with black accessories and Mrs.
I Dina and her weight was six can .
Ross, mother of the groom, was pounds and four ounces. Mrs. I PAPER
wearing a rust colored tailored Zamba and little daughter came
suit with black accessories. to their home here Wednesday.Mr. 2ge
Their corsages were white carnations pkg.
46 oz. CanHAWAIIAN
I with white net and and Mrs. Skippy Novick
\ satin. have returned to their home PUNCH 3 $
The couple are occupying an. here after a two week's vacation for PiZZA
apartment at the Land Apart which they spent in New Orl- 2 1/2 Shurfine ** 49e
ments on 11th St. Mrs. Ross is eans and Miami.
attending the Daytona Beach FRUIT COCKTAIL 3 for
Junior College in Daytona, this Mr. and Mrs. Albert Batten KraftDINNEKS
being her second year there. returned to their home here on 2l/2 Van CampsPORK .

The years groom with/ recently the U.completedtwo S. Navy,visiting & BEANS 4 'for Z for 35e

being stationed at Portsmouth,
303 Stokely Cut
Va., and San Diego, Calif., with I more, Mr. for the last month.
the Navy Medical Corps. Since GREEN BEANS 5 Food King
returning here, he has been em- Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Mull for TUNA

ployed in the extension of the have opened their home on .,
pier and has been employedwith North AlA for' a two weeks vacation
a local contractor. here. They are from Bre- 6 oz. Folgers INSTANT canEnergy ICCOFFEE
Out-of-town guests were the vard, NorthCarolina..
bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Qt.BLEACH.
:Mrs. Allen Hillery with their,' Mr.and Mrs. E. V. Taylor have 59
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daughters, Karen, and niece, Kay returned home from their trip ISe
Preston, of Micanopy; also her I last week to Kentucky where

I great-grandmother, Mrs. George I they visited with relatives. I I1lr. Limit one with $5.00 or more food order '10 Folgers INSTANT
Preston, great uncle and aunt,I
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kummer from I and Mrs. Judson Stryker COFFEE $*29
Palatka; Miss Mary Tucker, spent Saturday in Gainesvilje 303 can Sunlite ,
Daytona Beach.Immediately where he registered to enteredthe
following the University of Florida.Mr. T OMATOESLimit IOC Sunsweet
with order
ceremony, the groom's mother, I i can
. :Mrs. Marge Ross entertained at, and Mrs. Robert Read of PRUNE JUICE
her home "The Dutch Girl" witha Gainesville spent several days
reception. The bridal theme last week at their beach home. CORNED 490
was carried out in pink and Their son, Robert, Jr., joined BEEF can 590
white decorations. The bride's [I them here during the weekend. Quart CanWELCHADE
.. book was kept by :Miss Kay, Pillsbury's '
Preston, cousin of the bride. I Mr.. and Mrs. Edsell Watkins I
Assisting in serving wedding I and family from Cario, Ga., FLOUR 5 490 I
cake and punch were,Holly and I stopped over Here ,with his bag I 3 $ Christy Golien, Brenda Aaron, mother, Mrs. Ruth Watkins, last for JL
and Gregg Ross, brother of the week. They were on their way SHURFINE
groom. to New Smyrna Beach to attend '
the wedding of their niece, Miss

, 30 Year ExperienceElectricContracting Brenda Joyce Watkins. I SHORTENINGFREE

Judge and Mrs. John Hodge
1/2 gal. PLAMATE
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Service Calls and their daughter, Lorraine'of '

Phone HEmlock 9.2321 Palatka spent the weekend at I 3lb.can. 49 PICNIC JUG
. FLAGLER BEACH I their beach home here. They en-
tertained as guests Mr. and Mrs. $119Limit
Ira C: Larkin of Palatka and one with $5.00 or more food order

TV SERVICE Mr. and Tallahassee.Mr. Mrs. Gerald. Spersmanfrom

Agent For. : and Mrs. Calvin Pieters I .I
t from Hawthorne: N. J., spent a, 10 oz. Birds Eye New Crop Delicious '
week with :Monica and Bud
. Burnham. The two couples lived GARDEN'PEAS2for3ge APPLES lb. 190
TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD and worked, in Adana, :
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AND INSTALLED I some years ago.They rurkey'l Winter Garden Seedless. >
about the beaches,
TUBES TESTED FREE swimming J .' }
, I I and fishing Sea,in but the Flagler blue Mediterranean Beach-,I MEAT PIES 20,390 GRAPES nr 190

TVBobFLAGLER had an advantage there are no Mrs. Smith's Sweet ..
Turks to swim underwater and

t. BEACH pinch the gals.. The Pieters liked APPLE PIES each 490 POTATOES ib. 100
Flagler Beach
PHONE HE 9-2204 so they ,1.
,plan to come back again. .


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I I Several Bunnell High School'! The Sophomore Class of Bun- The Royal Neighbors will
'students are taking vocational .nell High School will sponsora meet at the home of Mrs. E. A.
courses at the Mary Karl branch:j dance at the Bunnell Com Hunter on Monday, September
of the Junior College in Dayton munity Center after the Orange 25, at 7:30.
Beach during the morning and 'I Park-Bunnell football game Fri

0 attending classes at Bunnell I day night.
High during the _afternoon. '
These students will receive cred ALT. KINDS OF PEDDLER
Students who .commute to.
I it for 360 hours at the vocational
Daytona Beach Junior Collegeare
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Barber had Miss Celia Joyce Emery left I school during the year. ,
: Miles Moody, Cary Holland
i as their house guests over the ,I Sunday to resume her studiesat I Those taking the vocational,John Craig, Danny Frailey, Pat-
weekend Mr. Barber's brother' the Stetson University in De"Land. {Course are Linda Harris, LYnnt ty Niessen, Polly Forson, Sandra 1ARE

I and sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. Orem, Lynda Revels, Sheila I Gordon, Faye Bass, Thomas
C. J. Barber and family! of Way Westbrook, Cecil Westbrook, I Minchew, Jeffery Seale, and Jo-
cross Ga.Their Lew Wadsworth' gone to I Charles Bratcher, Jimmy Lopez, an Preston, Carolyn Preston t
Sunday also .Flynn Edmonson, Jesse BU11IKrdsatnr
guests on Overby
Athens, Ga., where he resumedhis Ross, and Elmer Slaugh.
included Mr. and Mrs. C. G. I Mike Cook, Brice Hosford. Carol .
studies at the University of 1
Varn of St. Augustine; Mrs. Ellie I Jean Atkinson is also attending!II
1. Shaw and Mrs. Lily .Buchanan Georgia.J. I(classes- .at Mary Karl to com-I CARD OF THANKSI I 1I
of Palatka; :Mr. and :Mrs. Carlisle plete her high school work.Arthur .
i Bird of Seville; and Miss B. HighJr., of Washington,i II I II' would like to express my
appreciation for the cards, flow-
; Annabelle Barber of Bunnell. rD.C., arrived today for a visit I i
Carle left last week ers and visits while I was in
The occasion on Sunday was here with his mother, Mrs. J.B. I'
I 'for Banner Elk, N. C. where he I II the hospital. .
the celebration of Mr. Barber's83rd High. wmt tcoNOwcu
j will resume his studies at Lees- W. L. Dunson.
birthday anniversary. I
t Howard Taylor visited the past i McRay College. M
"t I weekend in Fort Pierce with his!I I CARD OF THANKSI
Miss Diana McKnight left \
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard | Mary Susan Brannam, program 1I
'Sunday for Pittsburgh, Pa., I want to thank the peopleof
Taylor. chairman, said today the
where she will enter her senior I Flagler county who were so
Young People 'of the First
year at the Carnegie Institute of Baptist kind to give us many things I
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cook and Church are honoring the
Technology. She is a music I I after we lost our home and
j children were among those who football team at a chili supper!
major there. most possessions by fire.
I.(spent Sunday at Cypress Gar- I on Tuesday night at the recreation -j
I James Giddens.
,dens in Winter Haven. 1 room of the church. .
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Mr. and Mrs. John Dupont I -

f recently completed their new I Charles Trad has returned to I I I College students leaving this !
;'f\ home on their property near Pensacola-after spending a short I j week for Gainesville where they\
I Marineland. The home is located I furlough here with his parents, [will resume their studies at the ..
I-, near their former home Mr. and Mrs.: Louis Trad. Charles|University,of Florida are RobertI miSPECIALit
'on the Inland Waterway and recently completed his basic Cook, Billy Deen, JoAnn Morris,I
\ near AlA Highway. The home training at the Navy Air Base I Nancy Brannam, Carol Craig, .' {-
..'{...:. ,:
is of frame construction with :
there. j David Shields, and Judson II $28Reg.
modern five-room plans. Stryker. .

:Mrs. Edith Allen has returned I ; ,
Mrs. George M. Moody and to her home here after a visitin College students who left this
1 Mrs. Bob Cook visited in Gainesville I Jefferson City, Mo., with her I week for Tallahassee to resume 1 $5.95
last Wednesday. They were brother and sister in law, Mr. J their studies at Florida State
", guests of Mrs. Moody's daughter and Mrs. Ralph Choate. I University are: Jim Cook, Sam- White or Colors
I :Mrs. Ed Ward, and Mrs.I mie Whitaker, Gloria McArn .f
) Cook's son, Robert. *. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Morris Laura Fetterley, Lovelace
f have returned to their home don, and David Colings.
Mrs. L. S. Cody has returned I here after an 5,4000 mile tour
1 from Perrysville, Ohio, where which took them through Kansas -. Miss Euline Brock has gone* Flagler Hardware
she visited with Mr. Cody who Wyoming, Yellowstone Na- I Ito, Atlanta, Ga., where she will |
is., employed, with Walsh Construction II tional Park and many other T i enroll at the Grady Memorial, RAILROAD PHONE ID 7-3191
Company. places of interest. I I Hospital Nurses Training School. AVE. BUNNELL
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Birdseye 10 oz.

1 tb ca.n 4ge BABY LIMAS CAULIFLOWER U. S. GoodCHUCK King SizeRegular Z39" "

Limit 1 with $5.00 or more ROAST

)lt Stokely 2 / canPEACHES OKRA. 4 for 890 U. S. GoodCHUCK All FlavorsBEECHNUT

\4 290 I Birdseye 10 oz. I STEAK 490 GUM

?: Dixie CrystalSUGAR I I. U. S. Good for

RIB Hood 33 Qt.BLEACH .

's ib.290 4 for 790 2 for.37'

Boneless LeanSTEWING

Limit 1 with $5.00 order Hood Liquid Qt.STARCH .
tb 690 c
2 39
1 Stokely's 46 oz. PRODUCETOMATO for

JUICE Wisconsin DaisyCHEESE

.. Red Tokay' TREND

4 for 9ge GRAPES 2 Mb 290 : ffi.490 2 POWDER for 390

Armour Star 1 lb rolls PORK reg
.I' U. S. No. 1POTATOES If
Superfine No. 303


; 2 for 330 Fancy Gravesten Armour Star 8 oz. LIVER 2 for $90

2 .bs290 for 390BRAITITIM Old D.utchCLEANSER
Nine Lives 6 oz 2 for

CAT FOOD 270 '

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Jolly-Time SBETTER I

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TTEHAWIYFAMHY BY LLOYD BffiMBKHAM I II I BUNNELL HIGH Want A Blond FinishOn Subscribe for The Flaglcr Tribune

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I $2.50 A Year'In Advance


.A UTTLE: THEM HOUse FOCZ SAW COCONUT -- = .. (Susan Wadsworth. Reporter) A blonde or pickled effect on j NAME LAW \
cabinets lends character :
f \ IN HALF RE- I'I'I i This year has certainly start- plywood I I Notice is hereby given that the.
I ENTMRANCE and Interest to the wood. } undersigned pursuant to Chapter
CUT ed off: with .a bang as all 34 I I' 20953. LAW of Florida 1941. will
\ v SWEII, HOLE.GLUE I members of the Senior Class will I Such a finish also_ marks the : register with the Clerk of the Cir-
JUN10R HALVES- I figured grain.Here's I cuit Court in and for Flagler
&E1HERCOAT I testify. We've already elected I ]j County Florida upon receipt of
r I
j proof of publication "of this notice
WATEKPROOF WITH- I lour class officers, our Bunnell r how to apply a blond ] the flctitous name to-wit: '

.... I Annual Staff has been appointed f I finish: Smooth the surface with der Brinkley which we and are Doyle.engaged Builders at gen un- I

VARNISH and a talk on the different I fine sandpaper and a sanding I eral contracting Flagler Beach.
I f A / colleges has been scheduled. I block. Then smooth with 3/0 are the only persons Interested in

The Class Officers as of September steel wool. Wipe off with a dry I said business.
MI/rI. .....I r DOWEL TO I t 12 are: TOike McMillan,.I Ii .cioth and then,a tack cloth, I 11th Dated day at of Bunnell.September961.Florida. this

/ SERVE A3APERCH a I i class president; Wilber Sheffield, which is a cloth made just I RAYMOND O. BRINKLEY
1" z"t i '
} >< i, vice president; Mary Susan tacky enough to catch sandings Sept. 14-21-28 & Oct. 5-ItpIX

Brannam, secretary; Carol J'and lint. Tack cloths are avail THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT

, Christopher, treasurer; and. able at automobile supply storesor IN AND.. FOR FLAGLKR COUNTY -
; I .FLORIDA IN l-UOU.-\.' .
, san Wadsworth, reporter. sU-1 hardware stores. "CASE NO. SNS
Room Mothers have also i IN RE: Estate of

'- \;,. ''' a 1962 CHEVY f CORSAIR chosen.; They are: Mrs. Curtis I Apply a finish within 12 hours I GEORGE C. McARN.Deceased.

J :, W' ,:N' 'or tine,'(of;) 310 PRIZES in i .theperformanee v: Mrs.Deen; ,John Mrs. Canakaris.L. W. McMillan, and I I after raise sanding'or the grain. humidity will I NOTICE FOR FINAL OF EXECUTRIX FILING DISCHARGE PETITION'OF

1 i Notice is hereby given that I have
Mr. Theo Hein the annual advisor
'SmlEmLEA ,Apply a coat of light gray filed my final returns as Executrix
I has appointed Susan Jane I for !I' of the estate of GEORGE C. Mc-
pastel semi-gloss paint. Leave
j tARN, deceased; that I have filed
Deen editor; Mary Susan Bran- j '! my petition for distribution andi
20 minutes and rub off with
D ( .c o o I on for final discharge and that
)@@ ; editor Sheffield i oni
literary Terry -
a block and a small coarse i October 9th. 1961. I will apply to
advertising layout editor; the Hnorable T. K. 14IcKn ght,
cloth. Use other cloths need-
as County Judge of Flagler County
r I and Carol Christopher, business ed. ,
I' returns and for an order of distribution -
: if. i i manager. Mary Remove this coat uniformly I and for final dischargeas
Susan will be chosen later. A Executrix of the will of
,: I leaving a mist-like appearance. GEORGE C. McARN, deceased.
llJ.r fine annual is sure to be pro S/ Sadye Lee McARN
: I duced. This is the secret to its attrac Executrix:
I' tiveness. First Publication: September 7,
The school has arranged for 1961.

I Allow to dry 24 to 36 hours. Sept. 1-14-21-28--4tc*
Big super heating the spokesman of some of the

NEW different colleges to come and I Smooth lightly with 3/0 steel IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
in a talk with us about their cur- wool and apply 'a thin penetrating IN CHANCERY NO. "

"S\\R\\} II riculums and other pertinent in wood sealer with a lint- C. B. KING. Plaintiff.

i j D\\tA formation which I'm sure will less cloth (nylon hose are good). -.'. \

N COMPACT I be of help to us in our college About two coats of sealer 'are SEABOARD, a dissolved{SERVICE Florida COMPANY -

I sufficient.To corporation etc. et alDefendants.
j selection.

FLOOR'H pTINCO G CABINET vary the finish, paint the NOTICE TO DEFEND.

inside of cabinets and drawers IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
with an attractive solid color of Seaboard Service Company. a
Grade NewsThe
......v'" --"" .. 1.>" N tt + Tenth dissolved Florida corporation andH.
or.A. semi-gloss enamel that will E. Black Etta E. Beemer and
I Tenth Grade the Sarah A. Black as director trus-
opened blend with china
i your or pot tees of Seaboard Service Company
.. with the election of its a dissolved Florida corporation
r' ; j .. year t tery. By adding a little less
and each and all the unknown assigns -
new officers. Those elected are: than one-fourth sealer to this successors in interest trus-

... ,..: President, Mickey Ramsey; Vice I gloss-enamel chipping will be tees through or other under parties or against claiming said dissolved by,

w Pres. Gail Wadsworth; Secretary, I prevented. This will require a corporation none of whomcan '
> be located and it not being
Sue King; Treasurer; Kathy Barber I longer drying time but it will known whether there are any sur-

':::: 'h. ." viving trustees;;
result in
: 4. a tougher finish.
Daytona Beach Holding Corporation -
,::4 OELI So far in the year we have I a dissolved Florida corpora
lion and C. A.
\ Randall. E. A. Randall -
been very busy getting preparedfor I and L. A. McKeever. as direc-
the 'first football dance tor trustees' of Daytona Beach
I Sarah E. Martel Holding Corporation a dissolved

I < a which we are sponsoring. We fare j Florida corporation, and each and
all the unknown assigns successors -
--- trying to have a successful NOTARY PUBLIC in interest, trustees or other

1'v': dance after the Bulldogs beat parties clalmin" by. through, un-
or aganlst said dissolved corporation -
f. Orange Park. HE 9-2203 St. none of whom can be
-Lehigh '
r located and it not being: known
y a The Sophomore Class wishesto whether there
'1K .'ry' < are any surviving
t 4 the Bulldogs on trustpps:
tt NOTICKOccupational William Seckner Dean It living
their fine playing which brought Licenses will be and If dead his unknown spouse
t j due October 1st., License fees are heirs-at-law. devisees legatees,
them to a great victory over }I the same as last year. To avoid I grantees creditors or other par-
Crescent City. We also wish to penalty must be paid on or before ties claiming by through underor
i November 1st. against William Seckner Dean.
congratulate Coaches Manuel, City of Bunnell The unknown heirs devisees.
f w I Nancy ltod ers. Clerk. legatees grantees creditors[ lien-
; cO I It Hardin, and McGriff. Sept. :1-182tEIN ors or other parties claiming by. .
through, under or against JohnB.
D I Tin CIRCUIT COURT OF Bruner. deceased.
FLAGL.KR The unknown heirs. devisees,
t ry I THE BOOK NOOK J IX CII. xc.nY XO. 4326 legatees grantees creditors. Honors -
$" GEORGE J. or other parties claiming by.
through under or against Henry
Ik\ < Doctor Tom Dooley, My Story I YS. Bruner deceased.
I DOROTHY GRAY LITNAK. John T. Bruner. if living and if
d I The name Tom Dooley is by i Defendant. dead his unknown heirs devisees
atentedNaturally now familiar to most Americans. NOTICE TO D":"'.:XD legatees grantees creditors or oth-
its a THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: er parties claiming bthrough..
He is the young man who was I Dorothy Gray Lltnak under or against John T. Bruner.
Residence UnknownYou deceased and.
: inspired by the example of Dr. I j are hereby notified that a Any and all persons (save and
EiIEGLEA Albert Schweitzer to devote his suit has been filed against you in exceot the plaintiff herein) havingor
the above entitled cause; and you claiming any right title or interest -
life to healing the sick in re are hereby required to file your answer in and to the lands involved
with the Clerk of this Court in this suit .and hereinafter de-
HEATER mote and primitive lands beyond '
I and to serve a copy thereof upon
OIL HOME .the reach of modern medi the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney. The respective post office address
whose name and address is: and residence of each of the above
cine. Many people have read Ray Selden named parties is unknown.You .
and each of you are hereby
.. Selden Building
." Dr. Dooley's story in his books, 800 Main Street notified that a suit has been
Daytona Beach. Florida brought against you to quiet title'
Deliver Us from Evil. The Edge .
the described lands
I not later than September 29th. to following I
'r ''; ai of Tomorrow, and The Night A. D. 1961. situate in Flagler County. Florida.'
I If you fall to do so, decree pro to-wit:
They Turned the Mountains.This confesso will be entered againstyou Lot 20 of Block 1 and Lot
ti i book is an abridgement of i for the relief demanded in the 17. 18. 19 and 20 of Block 2
of Kanaha Subdivision Flag
bill of complaint. The nature of
t \ I all three of these works, and I said suit being for divorce. ler County. Florida as per
said subdivision
nlat of on
I WITNESS hand and seal of
has been my
especially prepared to file and record in the officeof
said Court this 22nd of
day AugustA.
the Clerk of the Circuit
introduce f D. 1961.
young adults to Dr.
Court of Flagler County.
D Ofiicial Seal
( )
Florida in Plat Book 2 atcage
Dr. Dooley and his remarkable E. A. SMYTHE:
and the
42. Southerly
Clerk of said Circuit Court
122.75 feet of the unplatted
HEAT GUIDING Aug. 31 & Sept. 7-14-21--4tc the I
portion of Northerly .
KZAT TUBES OUTLETS The story begins in 1954 when 92? 75 fe* t of th. :North one-

sweetn' low! Capture hottest hutJust pull and turn Tom Dooley, then a Lt. Jg., in ,IX FIAGIKR TIIK CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT FLORIDA OF halt of the Northeast ouarterof
1 Only 33 high yet Built-iA BLOWER to guide thSuper IV CHANCERY XO. 4328 SecU"n 22. Toa nshln' .11
the U.S.
it h..t$ lite* magic! Guides it over floor Hoof Hear.Inner Navy, was assigned the ROSS H. ALLISON, of South.th*. East Range' Coaft 31' Fast.fanal.East and
job of building camps for the I Plaintiff. the Southerly 122.75 feet of .
PLUSl O patented SIEGLERMATIC DRAFT refugees from North Viet Nam 1 SARAH M. VB.aLLISOv' th the unnlatted Northerly nortlon 922.75 of feet Government of- '

who chose to leave their homes ( Defendant.NOTICE Lot i of Section 23.

CAST IRON CONSTRUCTION in order to escape Communist STATE OF TO FLORIDA.DKFK.XDTHE TO: East.Township 11 South Range 31 .
rule. It continues with Sarah M. Allison in the above ntvl rt court bv the
t above named nlaintlff and you Are .
J Dooley's decision to return to Mount Holly New Jersey hereby required to ftle porsonallv
'GIVES'YOU MORE You are hereby notified that a bv with the Clerk ,
AND or vour attorney
SIEGLER Indo-China after his Naval duty t twaS suit has been filed against you Inthe of said court your answer or other '
HOTTER HEAT OVER FLOORS! above'entitled cause; and you defensive olewdinen to the 'com-
YOUR over the establishment of
t'j'are hereby required to file your an- Dlaint In said suit anal to wrve
a hospital in Nam Tha, Laos, i j ewer! with the Clerk of this Court. a ronv thereof upon H. T. Cook. I
And to serve a copv thereof upon plat ttff a ettorner -hOIl., Itdtlrp...
ri the founding MERICO, ii nonprofit 1 the plaintiff oCr plaintiff B attoney.. f" Citizens Bank nulldl'llr. Tunnll.F'oHHn .
i which ,whose name and dddress Is: on f>r before the 23M day \
organization ,
1 see this new CONSOLE SIEGLER thatFLAGLER gives I Rav Selden of October teal find th- Fla rl*rvTribune
medical aid to undeveloped Selden Buildlnsr which is a wspaor j
*00 Main Street metn! th-" r auiren "ntii nre-
f rllseITwilll the file!ifsares./ countries, his founding another i j Daytona Beach. Floridanot IlIcrllwd by lAa for such mirr>oe. ,
pa in later than September 29th. Is here"* v dP.tona d an the n"*""vi,-
hospital Muong Sing Laos
] A. TX 1961. naper In whichthla n"tl_ phftllb (
and his sudden discovery that if]j If you fall to do 00. decree vrot'onf..so *" nuhH-hd none a week for four
i I :will be entered a alnllt conutlvp Week. t tHrp'n
he himself had developed can- j i VAU for the relief demanded In the fait n nt nr T)-r** Pro f
j bill of comnlaintThe nature of I Confeaao will be entered against
cer. sat* watt I
| eine for dlvorctim1't <
< < HARDWAREPHONE His story mis one of S- IEgS my bond and seal of .you Wltn.... y h-n" II. .,....1( ......" !:
; : courage1and 1 ""Ill Court this 23rd day of August I the ff..al of ....M c,..'t.t th'a nth \
inspiration in spite of many j 1 A. n. tool.Otflclal' "tlV' t\f g.temtfe41 ; '1-L.' \
ID 7-3191 ;:obstacles.' ( Seal) SEAL) FL A. RMVTW13: :**of '1
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RAILROAD FLORfDA= s -; '- : : .'.* ftrcnt Court I. 4..tdr L.lthe. ?,. I
AVE. BUNNELL," :\ .: By The. Librarian. : ,, of C"oAurt. .- -, i r
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I later than when an inch or two I. stately. trees. However, they can This Includes. cottonseed. meal,
q tdes? in dlW Ja high. be moved at any season. Rea- ground steamed 'bone meal,

\ Early potting will get .the job sonable care and a bit of good tankage, guano and manure.
(By ,Hervey Sharpe) done before much of the root I luck is needed to start a' palm Ten to 25 pounds of such fertilizer -

i Growing palm seedlings can : system is developed. Therefore, growing in the yard. scattered under the spreadof
t be an interesting hobby. They : few rootlets will be lost in the Set the palm at least las deepas the tree is not too much for
can be propagated by seeds, by' process. it stood in the nursery. Don't larger mature trees. Apply lesser -
\ separation of offshoots from: the fret if the newly planted sinksa amounts for smaller trees.If .
main trunk or by division of One potting mixture you can bit lower-it perhaps. will manure is used, apply it as
use is a mixture of sod and ma- well., a mulch.
root clumps. I grow quite
I nure with a small handful of'I During thee final wateringinof I Palms also like commercial
However, seed is the most steamed bone, meal added. Repot the soil make a saucer-like fertilizer. In northen Florida
way to grow these trees of the to larger containers when depression a couple of feet in make two plant nutrient appli-
Sr ': rl; l' tropics. the seedlings' begin to fill the diameter around the base of cations per year-one now and

) i You can get the bobby, under initial container.. Do this before the tree as a water catch basin. .another in late winter. In the

way by planting seeds in flatS ..the plant becomes rootbound Complete the'planting by supplying lower half of the peninsula, gar-
shallow boxes filled with soil. and stunted. a heavy mulch of decayed deners need to feed their palms

Cover the seeds with from one- When the seedlings are 8 to I I manure, peat or leaves. three times per year-spring,
eighth to one inch of soil, de- 10 inches high, transplant them Palms like organic fertilizer summer and fall.
'.T4i y y 9 pending on the size of the seed. to the nursery row, spacing the I r --
Keep the soil in the fiats moist young palms two to' four feet TRIP SURANCEGo
f.7.y. but not wet. Damping-off fungi in the row and about four feet Protected

are likely to ravage the tiny apart. A new service that we are proud to offer at I
'LKr:q'S uHd(: vY7 f.%{. ryf.;%Ar} seedlings, if'the. soil is kept, Select a nursery site of fairly remarkably low rates. Whether you plan to
soggy. heavy, moist soil that is well
be vacationing: 3 days or 6 months See us
During Indian Summer, shade drained. Sandy soil is not good, about
the seedbeds from the sun and as is is verY difficult to obtain your
washing rains with cloths or & ball of soil around the roots H. T. COOK AGENCY
..h <: slats. It you put off the projectuntil when digging the plant for final Citizens Bank Building
cool weather, be sure to placement. Bunnell, Florida ID 7-3361

place the fiats in sun but For those who would rather .
I with protection from open chilling purchase nursery grown palms, ."'....1"..................-. ...'\a.....,:-........................... ......-..1".t-

FROND REGARDS Judy winds. there are many species to FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
Germination time of palm choose from. Selection varies
Reech plays peekaboo with the
.photographer behind palm frondsat seed varies widely with the from dwarf shrubby palms to
Miami Beach, Fla. Some species. Some, such as Phoenix the magnificient trees reaching AMBULANCE
,. date for that tree! !and Washingtonia, will push nearly 100 feet into the sky. SERVICE PHONE VAlley 4-1625
: through the. earth in three or Some palms are erect in STs AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
: four weeks. growth habit some lean or arch
i WORLD OUTDOORS I 'Other palms.-Butia for example gracefully, while others can be Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

require patience' as trained to form cork-screw pat- are always at your service with promptness safety andexperience
I 8 > sart they will not peek out of the I terns.
ground for several months following ; Palms'are suited for planting I

planting. Some speciesof j'in groups, as specimens, or for Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
palms have been known to I lining driveways. Young palms \
l rest in the ground for several require coddling until established Garcia Funeral Home
do you think is the I
UWHAT years before germinating. then they thrive with very
factor inV
I important Regardless of the germinating little attention. P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
determining fishing success?
Now, this sounded like a loaded time, pot the plants almost as Warm rainy weather is the LADY ASSISTANT
question so I thought and thought soon as they come up or no : best time to transplant the
and made sure my friend could
see the reflective mood I was in. I
before,I even ventured to answer.

\ just"Simple a matter," I finally of fishing said.in"It's the .

J, insufficient right Needless spot."to answer say,,this which proved it was., an NOW A NEW WORLD.. OF WORTH!

It does not explain why'one fellow
can catch a sack-ful of fish while NEW FROM DIESEL TO DAZZLE!
his partner in the same boat can't Here they are-handsome, functional Handsome new work-styling Includes .,
seem\to get more than a half- 5 '62 Chevrolet trucks powered to work forward-sloping hoods that allow drivers '
hearted nibble. It to all ,
happens harder in every weight class. Hefty new to see as much as 10# feet more of the '
of us from time to time.
Fishing in the right spot is 62 V8's with the highest torque in Chevroad directly ahead. Chevrolet's famous .
enough-jonce; in while. Usually, rolet history. New diesel brawn for Independent, Front Suspension' gives
though, there are many considerations medium-duty models. And new power you a smoother riding,easier working, .
'I that determine whether the to pick from in light-duty models. longer lasting truck. New heavier duty, "
catch is large, small-or nothing' 'I There's a wider choice of power, a smoother hypoid rear axles for middle-
at all C
wider choice of the weights. Rugged (I-beam front
.one of the most important things I H EVRO LET torque, across new .
K is something that comes with I board. For heavies, there's the new axles of 9,000or 11,000-1. capacity
study and practice. This is a High Torque 409 V8*,with 16V5 percent are available on Series 80 heavyweights.
L knowledge of the waters to be more torque than ever before available Mufflers are longer lived on all models. .
fished. How deep? Are there any from Chevrolet. Big news in the middleYou'll find a total of 198 models in the I
underwater channels, ledges,
stumps, any kind of "cover" for J JOBMAS1'ER weight class is the new Chevy-GM 4-53 new '62 Chevy line-Including three
fish? Diesel It's compact, rugged, high In work-proved, versatile Corvair 95's. t

Where are the fish feedingtopor I torque, and backed by years of GM Every model is built to out-haul, out- '
bottom? Is it summer, springor I Diesel experience. In the light-duty last and out-value any other truck at f
fall? It makes a difference. lineup, the High Torque 261 Six adds anywhere near the price. See your

What natural bait are fish new.sock, new savings in extra-tough Chevrolet dealerl! 'Optional at extra cost
taking at this time of year? What WITH NEWHighTorque
applications. You can pick from nine .
natural foods are available to
rarin'-to-work, ready-to-save engines. '
them in the particular lake or
stream? It makes a difference.The Power CHEVROLET .
successful angler will probeably '
use the type of live bait that r MNMv H
is available locally, or an Artificial
lure which resembles same.
When fishing,an "open" lake or I New SERIES 60 DIESEL. ., \
stream, depth to be fished is most .- v.M ., .:.< : Diesel savings and sure ; < ....
important, This requires a bit of i: .4SY r Chevy durability "L,
experimentation. Start live bait
fishing at two feet and graduallygo ,; New FLEETSIDE PICKUP. < .
-l( Most modern version of AmerA .,
deeper. U artificial .lures are -
used, start on tpp, change to '::':: 'L"- ica's most popular pickup.(

medium-running lures, then to :.. .
deep runners, or vice versa. Make : \ivC'v
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change several times en route.

The Rue St. Honore becomes the I
Rue 'du Fauborug St-Honore,
Avenues des Ternes, and Avenuedu I
Roule. Though the system I

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memorize landmarks, such as i I
statues, that identify the pointsof \ 1
change. See local authorized Chevrolet dealer '. ft/: 1
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viPAGE EIGHT THE FLAGL.ER TRIBUNE ,BUNNELL. FLORIDA" Thursday, Sept. 21, 1961 "" --i 1

-' .. J Gwinnett mld173O's.The son of Samuel j I he moved his family lo I at a public inquiry into a bung I died insolvent. Apparently no
/Button. I and Anne Emes Gwinnett, he I I I American Colonies, where he led military'action' ; Gwinnett descendants survived to preserve 4\

was baptized April 10, 1735, and 11 11I I I tablished himself as a challenged McIntosh to a pistol ,I his correspondence and official .f>
:Signature Highly was .married 22 years later, [ first in Charleston, South I duel. McIntosh was injured,]: papers. A rare Gwinnett t' '

I most to the day, to Ann lina, then in Savannah, j| Gwinnett mortally wounded. letter j I was' sold in 1927' for a reported :
/prized:/ by Collectors lof Wolverhampton. aI-I I He finally bought a 35- i History says that Gwinnett!I $51,000. |t S

mile island, St. Catherines,
.j', ,next meet t ]
i Ask the person you A curious modern incident I Iestablished I t
who Button Gwinnett was, and a plantation. |
,you'll-probably receive a blank arising from efforts to acquirea Trade in Community % .
Gwinnett autograph involved The old house believed your.
stare. the marriage record .at Wolver- have been the Gwinnett's
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'.J '; found hampton. In 1953 church officials < is still standing, restored V tiL VVV ,
,. X t Gwwinnett helped ..
7tfce.|t. United States, and his sig- I there applied to consistor au- j I modernized by its present I

nat is worth considerably :- thorities for permission to sell ers. ] ------t
j-.., \ .,, more to autograph collec- I the registry page bearing Gwin- Ambitious Man Earnest !
,4tQ.rs.than, is George Washing- nett's signature. The appraised Gwinnett's conversion to ]I
value was then said to be ,$28- Revolutionary cause is attrib '
ftns| A, New York bookstore re-
-Mcpntly paid ,$6,000 for a deed 000, but permission was not ed largely to the influence I I
forthcoming the record his close friend and j fi.,
signed by Gwinnett in 1773. so remained -
in place. Lyman Hall, also a signer j! .
Button Gwinnett was one of I the Declaration of j

eorgla's three signers of the .Button Gwinnett operated an From the beginning, ,;
Declaration of Independence, the export business in Bristol, England E
Gwinnett was an earnest, Jj 4
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National Geographic Society for some ,years after his j
bitious man, already
out His signature bringsa marriage. In the early 1760's, I
points I of Colonists' rights. A ./
higher price than that of contemporary to the 1776 Continental al"I I "
patriots because he I he voted, July 2, for the J>

died tragically in May, 1777, and 'I resolution that "these !I } : ..r

examples of his writing are rare. : I States are, and of right I

Marriage Record in England. ..LMEMBDn":1k to be, free and independent. i

Gwinnett's relatively short On July 4, he joined in ;I "The wise fellow soon money. They do this not just

life was filled with action, and : I II II proving the Declaration in 1 learns that the best way to because they like you, but

it ended in high drama. M the delegates pledged to save is to shop and buy because they depend upon
He was born in Gloucester- I other their lives, fortunes, with- local merchants." "repeat" business for sur-

shire, England, sometime in the I vile From, Mich.Mary: Cobb I remember Laneley, Case-prob- I I sacred honor. On August 2, ''I The teller tells the truth.' vival. They want-and need
I was those who I always business tomorrow
lems sometimes arose for the farm among 'I Money spent "at home" -your
'V wife who had to cook meals for the engrossed document goes farther. Local merchants as well as today. I
CLASSIFIED all of the men who came to the ning, "When in the Course don't have the big It makes sense: when you /
farm to help with the threshing. human events ." I overhead and high operating buy from people who are
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One year, after breakfast the Back in Georgia Button expenses that must be met by anxious to please, your promise -
ADS second day of threshing Ma wentto nett's personal career was I stores in larger communities. of satisfaction never ends
check on her supplies for din- t
V erractic one. Though What's more, local merwith the sale.
Listing under thin heading are ner. She lifted the covers of the commissioned acting j chants are highly interested Trade at home, for your
3 cent per word each Insertion, meat crocks and, lo and behold sake and
75 cents) la minimum charge on the executive's sudden I in value-they always try to own -
the mutton was gone. Nothing left
he lost the subsequent give you the most for your progress.
FOR SALE-1952 Oldsmoble 2- but a few bits of fat. I
She called Pa and he said that for the office.
door, good tires, radio and heater
$150.00 cash. Phone HE 9- when he went to start the fire for His bitterest political I This Community Ad Sponsored By
breakfast there was some hot was General Lachlan
2125. 9-21-ltp
I coals in the fire box and evidence I When the General called I The Flagler Tribune I
FOR SALE-5 room house furn- that someone had eaten a meaL i "a scoundrel and lying ras .
But he thought it was one of the V
ished and 60x100 ft lot in Midway -
bamsleepers getting cold and .. -I I
Park Contact Arch %
V $2500.00. hungry in the night. They ques- T-. "
Giddens. Phone ID 73357. tioned the men but they said they
Sept. 21-ltp hadn't been in the house until
breakfast time. That ruled out all .
FOR RENT-Furnished Apart. possibilities but a tramp. pod lighthomework]

i bed room. No pets. $43.00 mo. Every week or so, a tramp
includes water. Apply at 106 came to the door for something to I
N. Railroad St. 9-21-ltc eat or to sleep in the barn, and
they were not above stealing any
FOR SALE-Upholstered Club food they could carry away.

Chair; mahogany 6-drawer chestof Ma didn't have any meat for tj : f
drawers; pair of hospital bed dinner and Caseville, the nearest ins: ..i

sides, and a piano. Contact Mrs. town, was eight .or nine miles : f : .
away. It was still early morning,
Ethel Lord, Bunnell personallyor
time enough to send John, the
P.O. Box 456. 9-21-ltp oldest boy, a 17-year-old, to Case ,

-:MAN-WANTED. Good Rawleigh ville. I remember them putting ':fiV ??'ltt
axle grease on the wheels of the -'
business now open in FlaglerCo. <
buggy and sending John off in a :
willing to conduct Home shower of instructions

Service business with good profIts Pa: "Go easy on the money and
see C. D. Gall, R 2, Box 223, don't founder the horse."
Palatka or write' immediately. Ma: "Hurry as fast as you can
Rawleigh's Dept., FAI-360-45. and get the best you can." ,
:Memphis Tenn. 9-7-3tp At that time. Henry Ledger who '
I lived in the little loghouse on the
ti. ,
FOR RENT OR SALE-3 old cemetery road (it's still there) :::
room house at north end of bed-I I had a meat wagon. He'd butcherone

metto Flagler Beach, on boat morning drive through the
I country selling meat next day.
canals, cool pleasant living, exceptional -
Ma slapped on the frying pan and
value, beautiful in- was ready when John came in
terior and exterior $90.00 per with enough thick steak for dinner -
month for September 1 occu- right on time!
pancy. Contact present rentersor (Send contributions to this! e.lnmn .
to The Old Timer. Community Press
Alexander Lumber Co., Daytona Semite Box 39, Frankfort KCDtack7.ttt .)

, Beach, Florida. 7-20-TF ,

Ocean front housekeeping apart- ... Your school-age youngsters need plenty of good light for .

ments, 1 and 2 bedrooms com PLACEXSPAPER All purpose"pulldown" reading, writing and lessons. They deserve plenty of light .',-,
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lamp adjusts \
pete with linens and all utilities. A0"YOUNG \ to any dethat's glareless and free from shadows. Their eyes are the

Sun deck, fishing, swimming, = sired level. two best reasons! I

loafing. Day, week or month. wa4TEo".. I
Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. ,( EYES ARE PRICELESS. GOOD LIGHT IS CHEAP! ]
HE 9-2082: 7-6tf i .
FOR- RENT-Unfurnished large- { R 1 Ample, glare-free light not only protects them from eyestrain,

2-bedroom garage apartment.Call > reduces fatigue and aids concentration. Good study habits

HE 9.2318, or, see Zeke and better school grades follow when light is right for homework.. :.:
Chaffee. 11-17-tf Built-in valance V V

or tightFor lighter living make entire home,is ..
; cn'J brighter sure your : .
FOR RENT urnisned 2 bedroomone and ). _
r bath house, Daytona Ave., _'-.0" glamorous. provided with the correct quantity and.-quality of light. C .

Flagler Beach. Completely ren'

ovated. $65.00 per month. Keyscan ". VISIT YOUR Q '

Gulf Station. Nov 10-U FAST SERviCE! and see the modern :'
-- lampsd.esigDed] HAVE "SPARES" ALWAYS HANDY % '
the utmost in ':
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