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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: October 5, 1961
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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VOLUME 49, NO. 39 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCT. 5, 1961' $2.50 A yEAR
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I't' Bunnell High 'School 1961 Cheerleaders Parent-Teachers I(Bunnell High School Class of .

: _____...._'...___"- ___........_ '."'__'
,. Are Gate, KeepersAt
To
!f Hold Twenty-fifth

4 4f 'h.l..f f <{: :!. Football GamesThe 11936

Reunion Friday
f Bunnell Parent-Teacher 1

Association is serving the school i The Graduating Cluass of 1936

;\ again this year in the capacityof I of the Bunnell High School will
Rev.
1\ gate keepers at the football t Spicer To hold their twenty-fifth reunionon

games. All receipts of course, Friday evening October 6.
1f a 4 p 3f !
4 Give Devotional
go to the school to pay expenses
of operating the athletic program The class members, with their
Y. which is self-supporting !iOn Channel 12 husbands and wives, will get
_
Principal J. O. Craig said. together for a dinner at the
__ p' .I Rev. William L. Spicer Jr., will restaurant at seven o'clock in

__ fd" ? qy The prices charged were a conduct the five minute devotional the evening.
consideration of all conference I' over TV Channel 12 each

!! ( members. It seemed necessaryto morning Monday through Friday Following the dinner they

.y ? raise prices or either to ]j lof next week. The devotional plan to attend the Bunncll-
charge children admission. The begins at 6:40. Baldwin football game in a
I latter was decided upon he I group. Following the game they
Rev. Spicer was in Jackson-
continued.Mr. will go to the home of Mr. and
i ville Tuesday evening and
( ia4c Craig also said it costs Wednesday making tapes in Mrs. JohnA. Clegg North Pal.
4 I {'1 metto Street, for a get together,
approximately $4,000 per year to.. preparation. for the programs.
snacks and coffee. They will
'operate Bunnell High School's }I
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'1 [I athletic program. Gate receipts I He is pastor of the First :Methodist also greet friends who may call

IJ -I I produce about 3000. The rest I: Church of Bunnell. by to see them.

Left to right kneeling, Carol Christopher, Barbara Smythe. is raised by concessions programs : There were thirteen membersof
.,it. Standing, left to right: Ida Allen Gloria Moore, Becky Fillinger, | and donations. All pat- Idlewood Club the graduating class. One

-( Lynda Cody, Susan Jane Deen, and Janice Lovelace. {tl tlIt ronage and support of the athletic -.j member Joy Deen, was lost in
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r s __ I ICollege program is truly appre i Assists Sunland action with the armed forces
I ciated. during Worjd War II. One other

Day Set Home Mortgages i I The Idlewood Club voted at member Rex Robertson, passed

1" f their recent meeting to give a away about six years ago. He
;Monday: October 9 Young Doctor helping hand to the Sunland also was 'a member of the armed f
,
Show First Gaini; : Training Center at Ocala. They forces during the war. 1
At Bunnell High i I Dies After i have mailed a check for 120.00' Other of the class include Mrs.
1 i to be used for a Flagler County I
In Past 15 Months Altajane Holden Caudill 0 f
:i Final.'arrangements for college I I AccidentDr. Child and his cottage. Elizabethton, Tenn; Mrs. M. E. I

day have been completed Guidance I Joseph Rubin, a young 1 I The Club has resumed meetings ,Bray Sizemore Daytona Beach; !
Bunnell School
at High
Home-purchase mortgages recorded -j
doctor from New York : : 1lrs.Vanda Trojan Zeller, San
City, was vacation.
I after the summer
Counselor John A. Cannon in Florida, turned upward j in automobile Diego California; Jimmy Camp,
injured
fatally an
Jr., announced. in June for the first month- j! I l
Gainesville Florida Gerald
accident about nine miles north lI ;
j ly gain in 15 months, the Flor- I .WINTER PASTURES
_R The College Day Program be:..t; commerce !of...Bunnell Friday: afternoon.; ,j [iHosford Jr., Orlando_ ; John A. ,
Ida State Chamber
gins promptly 1:30,: KM. inJ' Dr. Rubin and his traveling I EASE' LIVESTOCK Clegg Duane A. Deen, O. K. i

the auditorium of the school on reports. J companion Richard Nolan were I FEEDING PROBLEM Herr and Jack Hosford all of
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I J' Monday, October 9. I It "June's total came to $146- brought to the Flagler Clinic and Bunnell; Hazel Anderson and ,I
t Invitations'" were accepted from 461,000 a 9 per cent gain over I Hospital by a Craig ambulance. Winter clover-grass pastures John Bandorf were also ,memo j
} the following colleges and their |June of 1960. The national in- They were reported to have received -I can ease the problem of supply- I bers of the class but their ,1
ing forage for livestock during
representatives will be: Florida '!crease was6 per cent. This June I severe chest injuries. Dr. I addresses are not known. Eight I j
the cold months according to
Harold in Florida welcomed Rubin died about three hours members have expressed their 'I
I State University,1 Dr. G. ,upturn was a I I
Massey, Director of Counseling; j change as monthly totals I after the accident. He was 28 D. W.with Jones the"Florida associate Agricultural agronomist intention of attending the re i

I University of Florida Dr. Rrank- since March of 1960 dropped as :;years old.They Extension Service.He I union. \
I
lin A. Doty, Head of the Social much as 24 per cent below the j I I were traveling north on
j Sciences Department; j previous year. II ji i j U. S. Highway 1 at. an apparently -- reports that clover-grass !4-H Clubs Meet

: Georgia Tech. Mr. Robert Hern- j i .The Florida six-month total' : high rate of speed when the pastures are useful in supplying I
don Director of the Engineering |compact car overturned on a J I high.quality forage during late Thursday And
June of this reached
through ,
I year j curve. Both men were thrown j winter and
Beach Junior i spring.
School; Daytona I : [I
$731,314,000, down 12 cent
College. Dr. Robert W. .Whetstone j per ;from the car which turned over I j i I Plantings should be made Name OfficersThe
I from 1960 as a result of dropsin times.
the Division several about mid-October on soils that
I Dean of College I I
Dr. Merlin Cox Dean of early months of the year. Craig Funeral Home of Bun. ,are naturally moist but not Flagler County 4-H Clubs
,, Instruction, Dr. Sldwell Dire'ctor''This 1961 figure was also be- nell was in charge of local ar-i subject to flooding.. Use adapted I met jointly Thursday afternoon
low the
'I! of Student Personnel Services I \I comparable 1959 figure rangements. The body was sentto Clover varieties and inoculate I'a t the Courthouse with their .

; and Mr. Ed Ek Director of Technical j but January-June well above 1958.total Nationallythe this New York Saturday for funeral -I i seed liberally before planting. I advisor. County Agent Howard :

Education; and Stetson'{was 2 per cent above 1960.year I[ services and interment. I I Apply lime if needed and fertilize -I Taylor. i
t University, Paul Parker and I thoroughly with phosphateand Discussions on the calf pro j
't! Ken Phillips Admission} Coun I "Mortgages included in these I Womans Club Tea potash. Soil tests will determine gram for members and Cracker I

I selors. figures are those of $ or. Held WednesdayRev. I the amount and gradeof Day plans were held and plans
The following schedule will less (as reported to the Home fertilizer needed. were made.
ji DC followed: 1:30-1:50-Assemb. I 1 Loan Bank Board) secured al- I Lester E, Stanton of Jones says clover planted dur- Officers were elected and theyare
rt' ly and introduction of guests I}most entirely by residential .Riveria Beach gave several read- ing the fall should be ready for as follows:

5 I and welcome; 1:55-2:30, First j properties although some small i!ings of his original poems at grazing in February. Dry weather Boys Club President Mike
i r conference .period with students business loans are also included. I the Womans Club Welcome Tea I: as well as flooding are hazards McMillan; V. Pres., Mickey
[last Wednesday at the Club with this kind of
) and parents; 2:30-3:10 second | I pasture. Ramsey; Sec-treas, Tommy Kah-
conference period with parents "Savings and Loan Associations House. I The agronomist warns that lert; Reporter, Martin Tucker.
and students; 3:10.3:30, refresh- were the original lendersof The tea was honoring new bloat can be a danger if thereis Officers for the Girls Club
.! ment and fellowship period. in' $62 million of the June total members and guests. Hostesseswere no grass in the mixture, or were: President Mary Susan
the Home Economics Depart- in Florida a gain of 13 per Mrs. Reynolds Hoover, Mrs. if dry roughage is not provided. Brannam; V. Pres., Allida Tucker i
ment. (cent over the previous June. Paul Kelly, and Mrs. Lillian ; Secy-treas., Diane Green;

All, parents of Senior Studentsare Governmental agencies cen't loaned Bondy. Mrs. Charles Bondy pre MOON STATISTICS IN I Reporter Betty Lynn Bourne.DR. .
$46 million up 25 per and sided at the beautifully appoint.
cordially invited to attend
commercial banks handled $12 RELATION TO STATEWith
ed tea table. BERGENGRENTO
this program and bring a list
I : million up 41 per cent. Insur- The Club will serve the dinner Florida I
of' all questions which they feel as port of departure SPEAK TO
i will bear upon 'college entrance ance companies and private in- given by the Bankers Service on probably the first ROTARY CLUB

: matters. I[dividuals loaned together $26 Life Insurance Company tonight.The manned journey to the !\foon.1 Dr. Roy F. Bergengren, Jr.,

Mrs. David McCoy, 'senior million somewhat" below their dinner is by invitation. the research department of the president of 'the Daytona Beach

sponsor Is assisting! in the College 1960 volume. Florida State Chamber of Commerce I'Junior College, will be guest

Day Program. ] FOUR QUARTER i has dug up these inter speaker at the regular Thursday

.' SYSTEM PREFERREDThe : esting staistics thus bring the,luncheon meeting of the Rotary
BEACH METHODIST I moon. "down to earth." Club of Bunnell.Dr. .
V.F.W. SPONSORS {'MEN IN PAPER DRIVE University ,of' Flprida's I 1. The distance to the ''Moon Ii |. Bergengren is himself a

SHRIMP BOIL preference for a four-quarter i is 238,857 miles or just 26 times Rotarian of the Daytona Beach
The Methodist Men of the system. of year-round operation, i the coastline of Florida. ,Club and will speak upon the,
The Veterans of Foreign Wars Flagler Beach Church are seek- retaining present semester credits -II: 2. The Moon's total area is general subject of "ChallengesIn
Post 5213 is sponsoring a ShrimpBoil ing the cooperation of, all res., i was announced at the fac- 2,460,000' square. miles or.42. The Field of Education.
on' Saturday afternoon be idents in their collection driveof .ulty's first fall assembly. times the area of Florida.: But Dr. Bergengren will be Intro-

ginning' 4 o'clock Commanded.: old 'papers and paper cartons. I Among considerations leadingto I the visible area is only 21 times duced by Homer Bentley, pro.

Dale B. Brown, Jr., said today. Those who' have papers to' 1>e the committee's proposal waS I I the size of Florida. gram chairman.Mr. .

The supper will be served at I.picked; up. may call ,HE 9-2289 that out of 1,058 'accredited ""col '3. The Moon, weighing 13, Clifford :McGriff and Rev.
I Cob 's.bu.l. ing: in Bunnell. and a truck will pick It up.." 'The :leges and universities 147 operated 450,000,000,000,000,000; (134 quintillion Jim Taylor of Hastings were

Proceeds will be.used ,on*. the I first collection will be October I I under the system, and 450 quadrillion) short guests at last week's, meeting.

post building. fund, 'it was 14. They plan ,to pick up each I only the University of, Pittsburgh j|! tons, is. .69 times the,weight of!|McGriff was the guest of John
stated. :..... '. ... ,.., II Saturday after that. : under the 'trimester'"pl in.l |I I Florida. !iCanakaris, vice presfdentI -
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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, October 5, 1961 .
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Games of Week October 6 "

Bunnell& B Vs.vs. St.BaldwinD Joseph ) AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1 1AIR |

Crescent City vs. Keystone Hts

Hastings vs. Callahan ,i
CONDITIONING-HEATING 1 ji I FLORIST
Father Lopez vs Pierson "
FLORIDA AIRCONDITIONING I:Whatever The Occasion 'Ii

CO. I I -Say It With Flowers
Jerry Burnsed & Foul wiser t
Of Daytona. Inc fromBlack's
By Leslie Perch I I -
Scorers in SL John Conference

INDIANS COMING TO and the Snagger took off for two I Player Team td pat totJ. AIR GENERAL CONDmONINGHEATING SHEET METAL I II Flower Shop

I BUNNELL FRIDAY NIHT touchdowns. Big Ronnie Burnsed Bunnell 7 3 45 "We're Proud of Our Work" I Phone ID 7.3348
The Baldwin Indians will aris and PeeWee Knight canak-I P. Kaiser, Hastings 7 3 45 330 Walker Holly Hill OR 7-6120 j 111 N. Forsythe Bunnell

meet the Bulldogs Friday night Snagger were really McMillan, Bunnell 4 2 26 FUEL OILKING'S
here. Coach Harold Avinger's the first half. St. Joe lost D. Farley, Callahan 4 2 26 II AUTO SERVICE _I

Indians have sharpened up their yards rushing and passing 21 S. Hunter, Hastings 3 4 22 McDANIEL'S I I TRUCK STOP

tommy hawks the past week for the third quarter. Ronnie Ca-j']H. Kuleski, Bunnell 3 2 20 Service Station PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS
E. Colvard C." 3 2 20 p
City I
the Bulldogs who have been nakaris recovered a fumble. j i;
i tearing up everything that has M. Cook, Callahan 3 2 20 STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS J. L. IRWIN Prop. ,

been in their path. Bulldogs Flashes J. Alagood, Ft. Lopez 3 0 18 Tires: .Batteries-Minor Repairs Lubrication-Tires-Batteries ;
15 first downs 4 Fuel 011, Kerosene Tractor FuelU.
Coach Manuel's Bulldogs are T. Lang, Baldwin 3 0 181 I Bunnell ID 7-7119
453 yards rushing 32 .S. 1 N. Bunnell ID 7.3678
in good shape for the game'with -
8 passes att 81 Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION I
The
that \
what boys are ready. -
Prep Picking by Little Moe
\ Indians have two talented tail- 76 yards passing I GARDEN SHOPGray's ,
2 Passes intercepted 2 Last week 4 right; 1 wrong. ,
basks in Ernie Crawford* and 0 fumbles lost 1 Bunnell 39 Baldwin 0 GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen I I Garden Center
Buddy Newton. 105 penalized 40 D&B 25; St. Joe 20 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days Headquarter fer Gardening Need
yds '
i Ceramics, Gifts Dry Arrangement
The Record- C. City 44; Keystone Hts 0 State&Lambert ITS 1-ID 7-7190 i j jI l 1 Materials
Bunnell The big crop took over, M.1!Fr Lopez 33; Pierson 0 I Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers

0 Father Lopez 12 I Cook, Robertson, Overby, Polk. Hastings 19; Callahan 20 Colonial Service StationEARL TORO LAWN MOWERS
I The Flashes run 32 yards. D. I' I
57 Crescent City 0 up E. RICE Proprietor 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-05J'
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Cook intercepted a pass which (Continued on page 3) GAS-OIL-LUBRICATION ORMONDI
Park 0
7 Orange / I
53 St. Joseph 0 helped to pave a touchdown. St. 1' Subscribe to The Flagier: Tribune MOTOR TUNE-UP i I HARDWARE
Baldwin Joe, after receiving the ball on S2.50 A Year In Advance GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES
25 kickoff and the second play at- U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELLED'S {THAT FAMOUS PAINTI
0 Hastings
with Brice Hos I k
tempeted a
pass
41 St. Augustine. D&B 0 Exclusively at
j ford making a beautiful inter- PAL PARKER'S. INC. :

: The heavy and experienceed ception which set up another Automotive Specialty Center PURE OIL STATION ., FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE

j line is built around big tackle, touchdown. Don McNab got I BRAKES PARTS RELINED AXD LABOR S15.O5 Specializing in Wash & Waxing DlR.JlLlI'

41' Dub Cobb, a 220 pound all con touchdown fever and made a FORDCIIKVROI.ETPLYMOXTIIOTHER Batteries-Accessories I 1
| Beach HE 9-2103
4 ference .returnee and B. F. Cole- score. Nice work Don. Paul Sta- I II S1O.O5: MINOR REPAIRS Flagler

.r man. Larry Motes, the Indians' ton did some nice running and I I 540 :Mason Ave. Daytona I II U.S. Hwy. 1_Itunnell-ID '7-3138 {}I ==
.. fastest performer, and Bob Ka- needs to get the touchdown J{ Village Hardwar. Center
BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO
.: son, one of the top receivers in fever. How about this Friday I THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized I II I I HOUSE PAINTS
; the St. Johns Conference, will Paul. Mickey Ramsey on four Match and mix any color I
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man the flanks. plunges had a nine yard av- Evinrude Dealer BAR & COCKTAIL I Builder's Supplies Kitchenware-
The Indians had a 6-4.recordin erage and looked very smooth I BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS LOUNGE I GIFTS GREETING CARDS J

1960. The Bulldogs defeated out there. Bebe Moody made it Dockage Storage Tree Ramp .DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY I i AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420
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190. He looked WE FINANCE FROM 9 !
the Indians last season Friday night. sure I
,' The Bulldogs also have won 10 good on those passes. I am 825 Ballough RdDaytonaFREE SUNDAY FROM 6 P.M. I JEWELER I:

straight games and are lookingto looking for a number one job Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach I 1 1I

make it an 11 straight seasonin from Bebe Moody Friday because PAINT BRENNAN Jewelers
I MILLAND BAR AND
a row. Probable lineup: he has the making of a One .extra gallon of your choice COCKTAIL LOUNGEEddie I Diamonds-Diamond Setting
No. 1 quarterback. Last and with each gallon you buy i I Fine Jewelry and Gifts
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Baldwin
Bunnell' not to be forgotten the :Mole, i & Mary Shultz Props. ;; Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus
LE Motes I Mary Carter Paint Store
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lcCraney Eric Kuleski. He sure can shoe PACKAGE GOODS I Watches
+ M.Cook LT Cobb string tackle. I think Eric; the I Al o WeitKate KhooplnR Center p a. m.-2 a. m-Sun. 1 p. m. 2 a.. m'l I Watches -Jewelry-Clocks Repaired
Hosford C Hill Ocean Illvd-Flayer Beach j 60 E. Granada-ormond-oR 7-5056-
( Mole, must have. shoe stringsfor I f
Knight Canakaris RG RT Coleman Barber ''a hobby. Nice game fellas. RCA VICTOR BETH'S SEASIDE i j I FURNITURE
Really enjoyed it. I LIVING COLOR TV I
BAR & GRILL
lcMillan RE Kasson i
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"LOOK FOR TUB PICTUREIN Ormond Bedding andI
Moody QB Newton Bulldogs 6 14 13 20 53 I TilE WINDOW" I FOR FINEFOOD I I I Furniture Co.
. J. Burnsed LHB Crawford Flashes 0 0 0 0 0W. i Southern Radio & Television !i

Ramsey RHB Lang Sheffield 6; J. Burnsed 40 I I 226 E. Granada OUMONDO. Ph. OR 7-2001 3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA I J I Substantial UEO.s! -.SOFAS Discounts-FURNITURE on All

Sheffield FB Nolan I yard run; J. Burnsed 10 yard i iI I Open 7 A.M.-ll P.M. i j I $10 Tradeln Covers Down Payment
run; 4 yard plunge.M. I .... ... . . .. I II I R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner
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Baldwin I -
Bunnell '. 60 Granada, n h.. '
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BUILDING SUPPLIES Ormond < OR'1-G.UI'
1951 14 0 McMillan 40 yard pass; J.I I : F. ALFORDRegistered I I .---
Burnsed 65 yard run. M.. Mc i I'
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1952 45 6 WICKLINE PAINTS
Millan 15 yard pass; J. Burnsed I '

1954 1953 27 7 0 6 .22 over yard center.run; D. McNab 7 yard I : Real Estate Broker I Building Supplies ''I JERRY'S PAINT MART

t 1955 19 0 Bunnell Floridawwm CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS PITTSBURGHPaintsFinishes '
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] P.A.T. J. Burnsed 1 M. Me-
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I 1956 20 14' Millan 2; Sheffield, 1; Ramsey, .I ... ...... STEEL j!
/ 1957 13 0 : Paint Sundries-Wallpaper
Beach
6 1 on pass from Moody. ORMOND PRESCRIPTION 1'lagier HE 9-2254
1958 18
38 W. Granada
ii I -Ormond
i 1959 25 6 PHARMACYSick BOTTLE GASHARRIS ORange 7-0761
1960 19 0 CALAAHAN Room Supplies-Sundries
f. HASTINGS AND -
r GAME OF WEEK IN I HOSPITAL SUPPLIES I BOTTLE GAS !ROOFER
207 38 ST. 24*Hour Prescription Service BOTTLE or BULK
JOHNS CONFERENCE
''I I Free Delivery 'in Flagler BeachRt. FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY [EDGEMON ROOFING CO.
Hastings and Callahan, Bun- AlA 1 ml. North of Manufacturers of
BUNNELL POWERHOUSE I nell and Father Lopez are all ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661 ,HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY Cement Tile RoofingALL
TERRORIZE ST. JOES tied with 2 wins in conference I PHONE ID 7-3551

I( H. KULESKI OUT FOR SEASON play. Hastings will meet Cal. I Help Flagler County Grow Fast TYPES Dependable OF ROOFING Service

Bunnell Bulldogs poured it on lahan at Callahan ball park. I Community I By Shopping at Home HWY. 1 N. ORMOND
the St. Joe Flashes 52.0, making Both teams have 3 wins each. I ORange 75177. 7.1793
R their record 30. The vic Memorial ChurchInterdenominational CONCRETE PRODUCTSYour '
season I Hastings has not been scoredon
tory was costly as the Bulldogswill as yet while the Ramblers "Q" For Concrete I I RESTAURANT
lose the service of their fleet:have only two touchdowns AIR CONDITIONED
Dial CL 3-8113 SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT
; and slick RHB Harry Kuleski fort |scored against them. This should Daytona Ave.
i t the season. Harry has a broken I be the game of the week. DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's Lunches-Dinners-Sandwiches

clavicle. I II BUNNELL. HASTINGS SETTING FLAGLER BEACH Concrete Inc. OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY

The Bulldogs gobbled up yardage I BIG SCORING RECORDS Sunday School 10:00 A.M. 152 W Granada-Ormond Beach

j, : at will on the ground. Jerry I ST. JOHNS CONFERENCEW Church Service 11:00 ,A.M. CLEANERS Open 6 A.MII P.M. at

Burnsed scored four touchdownson L % pt 'opt R. W. DICKERT. Paator i I 146 S. Atlantic Ormond
runs of 10, 65, 22 and 40) Crescent City 2 1 666 69 8 EVERYONE WELCOME! BUNNELL CLEANERSWE

1 yards. Jerry Collected a total of I Bunnell 3 0 1000 117 113 GIVE TV STAMPS RIGHT ON THE BEACHShrimpSteakChopschicken

.250 yards on an average of 20 Hastings 3 0 1000 122 0 Ones Dally S to 6
yards per run. Wilbur Sheffielddid I Callahan 3 0 1000 74 13 Phone ID 7-3188 Sandwiches and Shakes
some plowing and looked Father 'Lopez 21 666 52 8 I iII1t !JIrr (UribunrFLORIDA Sandwiches and Pies
115 N. Bay' St Bunnell
like Joe Savoldi, Notre Dame I Crescent C. 21 666 69 57 BREAKFAST ANY TIME

All-American. fullback in the St Joe 1 2 333 24 93 BUNNELL I i DRUG STORES Ocean Spray Restaurant

early 30's. Keep up the good Baldwin 1 2. 333 41 46 AlA 1 Mile South of Pier
work Wilbur. Pierson 0 2 000 0 69 MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor Moody Pharmacy

Jerry Burnsed hit Snagger Mc- .D&B 03000 19 94 I Flagler County Corner Drug store Used FurnitureUpholsteryJOE
Millan for two beautiful passes Keystone I' 0 3 000 7 115 Designated OflUlal PnUleattoat PRESCRIPTIONS WELLBORN
--..--- Pablle iretteea of Piaster ,
Cenntr, Municipalities. taereln DRUGS SUNDRIES Furniture & Upholstery t

INSrRE- tay lisireJ & Rest Assired and tae State .f Florid BunnelL FOUNTAIN Flo. Phone SERVICE ID 7.3661 New GOOD Bedding USED M&ttreas FURNITURE

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Corner {champs roster: Coach Dan Me- f some of our youths, but I put even better than Skelly. I really I IX TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF
1 : Sports II Intypre and Duane Deen. : them all down in defeat. enjoyed the day. Everybody had I FLAGLER IN CHANCERY COUNTY NO.,FLORIDA 434O ,
n : fun. MARY CASSIDY.
I I (Continued tram pas 2) I George Harris; Charles Cow- 'I' Gordon Worley, Billy Kutrz, Plaintiff I I
-art, Junior Strickland, Tommy the Barber brothers Mike and NOTICE FRANKLIN vs.

PRESENT: BULLDOGS I Roman, Gayle Mercer, Pal Parker -j i i Gerry, tried their best, but I was ELECTION FOR OF TERMS TWO OF SUPERVISORS FOUR- CASSIDY.Defendant. I
CHALLENGE GREAT Dalton Cobb,. Stanley Deen,'too good for the boys. We had SOIL YEARS EACH FOR FLAGLER THE STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA.DEFEND: TO: I
CONSERVATION f
I OF YEARS AGO r Louis Trad, Arnold McCraney,!}I some little girls also. I was sur- October 17. 1961 DISTRICT. 292 Franklin New Brunswick Cassidy Avenue
.- G. Miller, Wilburn Kelly, Rex j prized in a way. But I was tion Pursuant Act. to the Soil Conserva Matawan. N. J. I'
Ronnie Canakaris, big tackle; fT. Chapter 582. Florida You are hereby notified that
George .Haines, Statutes of a I
1949 and
Harry hoping that the boys and girls Chapter 28094 suit has been filed against in
Pee Wee Knight, Mike :McMil of 1953. notice is you
,Tidwell, Billy Babbitt, Jim Te- would take to the game which an election to be hereby held on given October of the above entitled cause: and you
lan Brice Hosford, Wilbur Shef- ters, Cliff Sheffield, Capt., Louis 17. 1961 for the election oftwo (2) are hereby required to file your answer -
they did. I would of liked to with the Clerk of this Court.
Cook, Eric Kuleski, T. Polk, M.I Steflik, Cocaptain.To have seen more parents out years supervisors each. for terms of four (4) I and to serve a copy thereof upon
the
plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
Cook, Jerry Burnsed and the Polling' place: Courthouse.
all who us the Bun- { whose name and address is
you gave there to see how the children nell, Florida. :
i I present football squad might I best and the challenge to goon were able to conduct and play Polling place will be open between -]I I' Selden Ray Selden Building
I smash all records of former the hours of 8:00: A.M.: and Daytona Beach Florida
to better records we salute by themselves. 5:00 P.M.
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of not later than October 27th A. D.
Bulldog great team All qualified
years ago. you, each of.whom were ALL within the electors residing: 1961.
I know that the recreation to District shall be eligible If you fail to do so. decree pro
I The 1948 team which had an ]I.STARS. A vote nualified in this election. I confesso will be entered against
program I am planning for fall elector as defined in you for the relief demanded' In the
The next in this series will the Florida
8-2 I Soil
f season, coached by Dan Conservation Act bill of complaint. The nature of
: McIntyre and Asst. Coach Duane I be the 1952 team. This series and spring will be successful vote Includes in general any person elections qualified under the to I said suit being for divorce.
because I met nicer WITNESS my hand and seal of
never
Deen, led by Cliff Sheffield,. will be continued with all rec I a Constitution state and Statutes of this said Court this 21st day of September -
who
:crowd of children is also a landowner in
lord we had Sat- A. D 1961.
that have
I t Louis Steflik, Gale :Mercer, Wil- been brought up the herein named district. (Official Seal)
burn Kelly, each of whom were I to date with help of many former ;urday. I am going to ask the State M. O. Soil Watkins.Conservation Administrator E. A. SMYTHEClerk
I I VFW to sponsor a spring Oct. Board I i of said Circuit Court
picked as conference players football fans and.the Flagler program 5-12-2tc Sept. 28 & Oct. 5-12-19 4tcrinrvirfirwWVVV
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and Billy Babbitt received honorable sport page. ; . .. ---------- .
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like this series continued.
The Bulldogs won the St.

Johns Conference that year. The 1 I '
team led Cliff AMBULANCE
was by Capt. SKELLY TURNS OUT I
Sheffield and Co-Capt. Louis Ru PHONE VAlley 4-1625
TO BE LOT OF FUN ps ,
Steflik, end. Capt. Cliff Sheffield pM SERVICE
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led the Bulldogs in scor- VFW Post 5213 Skelly 'program ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA

f ing.Sheffield turned(I out to be a big success. Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
8; Steflik 66; Babbitt j The post would like to thank
[
I are always at your service with promptness, safety and
j' 24; Pedro Trad 6; Jim Te- !the Red & White Store, Shelton's .

i ters 6 Charles Cowart 6. j(!Supermarket, Moody's Pharmacy, experience ,

\.1 The Bulldogs that season j I j I Bakers 5 & 10, Anderson's Drug Prompt Service Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
, L stopped Macclenny's 16 game''Store, and Dr. John Canakaris
PLACE YOUR ORDER
WITH US
'' winning streak 40-21 with for their donations.We Garcia Funeral .
" Stef-I I Home
Ilk making 3 touchdowns sure had a lot of fun. AJ I IIlot The

r Cowart 2; Cliff Sheffield, 1; and of bubble gum, ice cream, J Flagler Tribune I 1 < P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

IJ.J. 4 pat. j.i Cokes, and prizes and I am still j I Phone IDlewood 7.3282 I I ;; LADY ASSISTANT

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FLAGLER BEACH PARENT- REVIVAL AT BAPTIST CHURCH I :
TEACHER ASSOCIATION 1 I
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Rev. Major Arrowood arrived I _
The Flagler Beach Parent- Monday from Bristol, Va. and I
Teacher Association met Tues ,opened the revival at the Bap I.I
day evening at the school cafe- fist Church. Rev. Arrowood with I.
rlum. Room count was won I his family has been spending Of FOODS
by Mrs. Suzanne Bourne's sec- I his vacations here for 10 years
ond grade. Mrs. Robert Owens I and has visited this church on I
the meet occasions. i
presided and opened many
with the salute. ] I I .
ing flag -
t The revival singing was led j S. j
A short devotional was given| II 'At' '
I by gene Blalock from Calvaty I I, :
Mrs. Flossie Haines. It was )
by I Church in St. Augustine and he I I i
decided to hold the Halloween 1
announced that he planned to<
Carnival and Dinner Satur
on bring the Calvery Quartet with j
October 28, at the school. I
day i
him one night during the week I II II I FLAGLER FOOD STORE
The chairman and exact hour I ;
will be announced later. They I The church choir held a social I
voted to buy a public 'address in the church basement on Saturday I II

system from TV Bob. night after choir practice I FLAGLER BEACH' ,
Leading into the program, honoring Barbara Weaver and j
Mrs. Charles Meekins, secretary,I I Mrs. Ethel Rumill whose birthdays -
read a resolution adopted by the..: were near. Special, birth. PRICES GOOD-Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. Oct. 5-6-7, 1961 //1
Executive Board to support Educational i day cake was served with punch j S
TV in this county. Mrs.I and gifts were given to the

Joan Arnold, program chairman, honor guests. Judy Stryker, so- Maxwell House (
introduced Mr. Jack Binns who cial chairman, was assisted by j jI i
, an educational tv committee i Mrs. May Shill with the ar- I.
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representative of the Volusia rangements. :,
County Classroom Teachers As- I I Ib.
sociation.Mr. FLAGLER BEACHMETHODIST
Binns stated that Florida CHURCH I COFFEE 39

was first in educational tv and I
Rev. R. N. Hoover, minister.
that it is not an experiment but ISunday I f school 9:30 and worship can
is now in use also in India and {I
service at 10:30: A.M. at theWoman's
Red China. There six chan-
are j
nels in Florida alone. Pointing} Club building. I
I Next Sunday will be "LoyaltySunday" BakeRiteSHORTENING {<
out its he \
advantages
concluded many by stating that chan- I and' all members are
to be There I Ib.
requested present.
nell 11 would be located in Or-
will be roll call of members. A I I
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lando if supported by r
pot-luck dinner will follow, the
ing counties and it surrQund.1 I
our county. morning service. Please bring a can i
dish to pass. Rolls and coffee
Refreshments were served by will be furnished.The .
the sixth grade room mothers. Pillsbury
Official Board of Methodists
The next meeting will be on No
vember, 7th and the fifth grade met Monday evening at the
home of Rev. and Mrs.
Hoover 3
room mothers will be hostesses.The .
and voted to go ahead ,with the
speaker will be County Su-
,first unit of the church building.
perintendent Dean Holland who]I The Executive" Board of the I FLOUR 39
will talk on the county school .
WSCS will meet Monday morn-
system. 1 1j'ing I October 9, at 9:30 in the Ib. can
j I
I'home of Mrs. Inez Crenshaw.
LIKENS MAKES TRANSFERMr. I'
.The regular meeting will be at
: and :Mrs. Roy Likens have 9:30 A.M. October 12th at the
heard from their son, Private, home: of MrsRay on Lehr. Mrs. LIMIT ONE OF EACH WITH $7.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER

, Roy W. Likens that he recently 1 I Bartow will be co-hostess and ...........-.r--.." _" '!

transferred from Fort Riley,I the program will be led by :Mrs.
Kansas, to Fort Erwin, Calif. .
Alice Lovell. 303 can Mussleman's APPLE I No. 303 can Lykes
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Roy has been assigned to the The Methodist Men's ,
Club will '

the First Fourth Reconnisance Calvery Squadrod which is an of!I|"meet Monday, October 9, at 7:30 SAUCE 2 for 290'. CHILI & BEANS 5 fo:
P.M. the
at home of Ray Lehr I .
integral part of the First Infan and Paul Kelly will be speaker.
try Division.Mr. I Chicken of the Sea Cat

Likens, Sr., took over the I 1 COMMUNITY MEMORIAL I TUNAcan No. 300 can CAY-FOOD

management this, month of the CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTThe 1 Bush 89"i
:McEvoy's Boatland on North
AlA and keeps open for busi- business meeting of the Z5e OCTOBERBEANS Tall can
ness 24 hours a day. Mr. and Community Memorial Church _
:Mrs. McEvoy have returned to will be held Thursday, October5th i La Ruta 4 pak Soflin
California. at 7 P.M. at the church. I
There will be a short devotionalby I CORNED BEEF TISSUE

NEW RESIDENTSMr. the pastor, Rev. R. W. Dickert.
and Mrs. C. M. Ryan are I I He will also review the second 1 cans for 890 can.5e %
welcomed as new residents.I chapter of the book, "Next Stop, I. can. pkg.
They recently moved here from I The Moon." ,
Miami and have bought the Rev. Dickert announced that
Florida home oh North Central ;his sermon next Sunday morn- KraftMAYONNAISE New Kraft's Corn Oil
Avenue. ing will be entitled "God Judg I

ing Ommissions." :rsIOLEO: lb.
Mrs. Eda Hart Wilkins left In the church Sunday school I
last Sunday Mrs. V. W. Haines,
Tuesday by train for her homein
& Sirloin
Grade "A" Beef Club
Wilson's Certified Whole Shank Half
or
Anniston, Ala., where she will superintendent presented four-
spend the winter. year attendance pins to Britt I
Sheeler, Pamela Sheeler, and
HAMS 49 STEAK
:Miss Joyce Allen from Den- Janet Haines. The following pro lb. lb.

nelin was' the weekend guest of motion certificates were also
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Bradley.TV presented: from nursery to beginners .
were Peggy Mae Wilson, Center Slices Palm River Sliced.

Crai Wilder, Britt Sheeler and -.' S
SERVICE Donna Kaufman; from begin- HAM lb. 790 BACON ?.-

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'ALL MAKES Meekins, Pamela, Sheeler, and PRODUCE
Agent. For Patty Missine; from primary to FROZEN FOODS' I

junior girls dept, were Ann 10 oz. Birds EyeSTRAWBERRIES All Purpose' .

RCA & PHILCO Meekins, Barbara Bross, Andy 4 I APPLES 4
Morrison, Debbie Missine and for$100 lb. bag '
TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD Janet Haines. ,
AND INSTALLED ,'.-4 '
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Thursday-1 October 5, 19fil. THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL. FLORIDA PAGE FIVE
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W. Deen, Jr., chairman of the I|by a board of five landowners I Forest Service '
CONSERVATION .
provides
NEWS IR. of Supevisors. Nominating I elected by their neighbors and I help in specialized phases technical of I acres owners,have involving become over 100,()()(}

jJ" Tilman W. Robinson have been submitted I I serve without pay. woodland conservation. The the coperatorswith .
for I the two encumbents, and Flagler SCD.
Many groups and agencies cooperate Florida 'Game & Fresh Water I I
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Voters of the Flagler Soil their names will be placed on Deen urges all landowners in '
I with Fish "
the
I Soil Conserva- J Commission, County A-
Conservation District will go to the ballot. tion Service in helping landowners I gents, Vocation Agriculture the Soil Conservation District,
the polls October 17 to elect two Polling places will be set up I I which includes all of Flagler
I develop and apply soil f Teachers, County Commissioners,
members 'of' the five-man gov- at Bunnell in the courthouse.. I County to be sure and vote for
I and water conservation plans on }and others provide assistance in
erning board. The terms of Al- The Flagler Soil Conservation I farm and ranch land. The Soil I I various j I the candidates of their choice,
ways.
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fred Tucker and "help maintain
and Raymon Tucker District is a political subdivisionof selfgovernment -
{conservation
provides most of j
expire in .October I Since the. District was organI in the
according to State Government, directed the technical I 1 I ;I conservation of our
help. The
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j : Immunize Your' I 1 I reported: 3 dogs, 1 fox, 6 cats, tion-period- and 1 the ability of their different charcteristics is I FLAGLER IN THE CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT FLORIDA OF

4 bats and 1 cattle. The reason the patient to' develop immun- still unknown.IN I IN CHANCERY' NO. 4346 t
:RUTH BULDO

1 for: the upsurge in reported ity. The disease has been found TcoUIi.o-1; i Plaintiff,. ..

< Hunting Dogs I coon cases'Is believed to be an to be 100 per cent fatal once FLAGLER THE c COUNTY R I I JOSEPH BULDO.vs. x

\ increase in the breed's popu- it reaches the nervous system." ., IN CHANCERY NO. Defendant.
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Against Rabies lation. ANITA H. PACE. I I NOTICE TO DEFEND
,1|I I II Plaintiff.vs. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:

, I The State Board of Health is I i I I i I Joseph Buldo
There have been no deaths DIFFERENT BUT THE SAME ROBERT KENNETH PACE. I. 793 West Broad Street

I advising pet owners-especially I, from rabies in Florida since'1948 j:\ Crumbly charcoal, firm graphIte I NOTICE TO ,Defendant.DEFEND I I I You Westfield." are hereby N. notified J. that a

owners of hunting dogs-to immunize but in recent years an average and superhard diamonds are THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: (:i suit has been filed against you InI
I I I the above entitled cause and
their animals quickly ROBERT KENNETH PACE ; you
of about 400 given the same-almost i I I
chemically
persons are II | Ward 137, Naval Hospital are hereby required to file your an-
: against rabies due to an increasing I I.i IBWCT with the Clerk of this Court
I the painful and potentialy dan- i pure carbon. The' reason for Bethesda Maryland
I ;I I I.IN
I land to serve a copy thereof
number of rabid race I I You are hereby. notified that a upon
: treatment"yearly the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
generous suit has been filed against you in
.coons in Florida.Dr. THE CIRCUIT COURT the above entitled cause; and you I whose name and address is:
much of it unnecessary, Dr. NTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. SEYEN-I I file Ray Selden
I I I are hereby required to your answer -
. said because the FOR FLAGLER COUNTY. i with the Clerk of this Court Selden Building
James E. Scatterday, director j I Scatterday ;J I I IDA. IN CHANCERY. CASE NO. I and to serve a copy thereof upon 1 I Daytona Beach. Florida

of the Division of Veterinary biting' animal had not been 4342 the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney, not later than November 2. A. D.

!' and isolated for 10 to I NELL B. TVEBSTER.Plaintiff whose name and address is: I 1961.
Public Health, said 30 days penned I Dunham and Bennett I If you fall to do so. decree pro
114 confesso will be entered against
days. -vs- P. O. Box 179 i
are required for immunizationto I JOHN D. WEBSTER. St. Augustine. Floridanot you for the relief demanded in the
| A stray animal which bites : Defendant. 'I bill of Complaint. The nature of
: : Teach its peak in an animal later than October 27th A. D.
said suit
being for divorce.
t DIVORCE 1961.
it is to and disappears leaves a, physi- NOTICE TO APPEAR WITNESS hand and seal of
and so very important I If vou fail to do so. decree pro I my
clan with no recourse but to I THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: confesso will be entered against said Court this 27th day of September -
: have shots given as soon aspossible. I JOHN D. WEBSTER YOU for the relief demanded in the ., A. D.. 1961.
treat for rabies," .he said. He Puritan Cafe l bill of complaint. The nature of I (Official Seal)
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2nd and Market Sts. I I I I E. A. SMYTHE
said suit. being for divorce.
I I pointed out, however, that saliva -I 'Vllmln ton. North Carolina I WITNESS mv hand and seal of I Clerk of said Circuit Court

The health official said there from a rabid dog can do YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat I said Court this 25th day of Sep- j Oct. 5-12-19-26-41c
i suit for divorce has been'
a tember A. D. 1961.
had been 30 cases of rabid coons no danger unless there Is'a cut filed against you in the above en- : (Official Sean I RESOLUTIONi

t reported from 19 counties so far so that it can enter the blood'titled cause and you are hereby I E. A. SMYTHE i WHEREAS. It is necessary and
( I I required to serve upon Plaintiff'sAttorney Clerk of said Circuit Court I{imperative that additional revenue
\ this year and that it is estimated stream and nervous system. whose name and address. Sept. 28 & Oct. 5-12-19-41c to that to be raised by General
rabid wild the I appear hereon. your written defense (Levy, be obtained for the operation
there are-10 Bites are reportable under if any. to the Bill of Complaint NOTICE IINDRR FICTITIOUS ([and maintenance of the public

animals for every one reported. law and Dr. Scatterday said the I in said suit on or before :NAME LAW" I free schools in Special Tax School
the 27th day of October. 1961; else TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I District No. 1 in Flagler County.
Tf a wild animal appears tame absence of deaths and the dropin I decree pro confesso will be entered Notice is hereby given that the :Florida, as created under and by vir-
against you.'VITNESS undersigned pursuant to Chapter I I tue of the laws of the State of
and does not run away, stay rabies treatments in recent
arid
hand seal of
J my 20953. Laws of Florida. 1941. will i Florida, and this Board estimated
:, completely out of its way for years is due to better reportingof said Court this 21st day of September register with the Clerk of the Cir- J that for the next two years a 10
1961 cuit Court in and for Flagler I mill tax on the real and personal
rabid animals lose their sense bites. He said the rabies (SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE County. Florida upon receipt of property: telephone telegraph, and

t fof fear. treatment is one of the few in Clerk of said CourtW. proof of publication of this notice, i railroads, in said district is necessary -
L. WADSWORTHP.O.
I the fictitous name to-wit: for the exclusive purpose of
Only 22 rabid coons were reported -' humans in wh.ich vaccination is Box 396 Brinkley and Doyle. Builders under operating and maintaining the

for the whole of last made after and "soit's Bunnell. Florida which we are engaged at gen- pubblic free schools in said district.
Plaintiff.
I year. I exposure Attornev for eral contracting at Flagler Beach. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED
In all, 37 rabid animals were a race between the incuba- Sept. 28 & Oct. 5-12-19-4tc Florida and that the undersignedare BY THE Board of Public Instruction -
j I the only persons interested in t of Flagler County. Florida
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
j said business. that an election is hereby calledto
FOR KLAnLKll COUNTY FLORIDA be held the date herein
Dated at Bunnell. Florida this on fixed
IN CHANCERY NO.
fI' 11th day of September.961.. for the purpose herein specified.BE .
C. KING.
I' B. I
IT FURTHER RESOLVEDBY
a.1962 CHEV CORVAI Plaintiff. RAYMOND O. BRINKLEY said Board that an' election
"" ERNEST R. DOYLE shall be and is hereby ordered to
r orone of 310 PRIZES in the SEABOARD SERVICE COMPANY I Sept. 14-21-28 & Oct. 5-4tp be held In Special Tax School Dis-
pi a dissolved Florida I "STJ.O t rnus-- trict. No. 1. Flagler County. Florida
corporation. etc. et _alDefendants. IIEQII at the voting places in said Dla.trlct .
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f i Notice is hereby given that the hereinafter designated on the
0 [ I NOTICE TO DEFEND i Board of County Commissionerswill I' 7th day of November 1961 at
\ IN THE NAME OF THE STATE I IOF receive -ealed bids until 9:00a. which election shall be submittedto

I : FLORIDA TO: 'I, m., November 6th A. D. 1961, In the qualified electors qualifiedto
o.1. Seaboard Service Company a the office of the Clerk of the Cir I vote in such election, residing
D dissolved Florida corporation. and I I cuit Court In the Flagler County in said District who have paid
\ H. E. Black. Etta E. Beemer and I i Courthouse, Bunnell, for the following -, taxes on real or personal property
Sarah A. Black as director trus-
Seaboard : in said District, as required by law.
tees of Service Company i GREEN' PINE LUMI1KR-ROUGH the following proposition to-wit:
I a dissblved Florida corporation 25 PCS. 6" x 8"r 12 ft. Determination of the number of
and each and all the unknown assigns I 20 6" 8" 14 ft.
mills the
pcs. x of District School Tax In
I
HOTHJNP TO wnrre successors in interest trus- I 15 pcs. 6" x &" 16 ft. Special Tax School District No. 1
tees or other parties claiming by. 10 pcs. 6" x 8" 20 ft. to be levied for each of the next
I z through under. or against said whom dissolved I 4 pcs. 8" x 10 16 ft. succeeding two years for the ex-
} corporation none of 6 pcs. 8" x 10" 20 ft. clusive purpose of operating and
be and it not being
i can located GREEN PINK FLOORING-D2S maintaining the public free schools
: known whether there are any 5000 ft. 3" x 6" 16 ft. .of said District, the estimated mill-
viving trustees Beach: Holding sur-I I 5000 ft. 3" x 8" 16 ft. I age required for each of the next
Daytona Prices to be FOB Bunnell. delivery -
I two years belne10 mills.

j iiiI\:: I S4 J"if your heat goes dall tion tion and and a dissolved L.C. A.A. McKeever.Randall Florida E.as corpora-I direc- The Board as needed.reserves the right to i i. BY BE THIS IT BOARD.FURTHER That RESOLVED the fol-

j I and all bids.
jr I tor trustees of Daytona Beach reject any lowing places are hereby desig-
Holding Corporation a dissolved Dated at Bunnell Florida this nated as polling places in said District -
Florida corporation, and each and I I 3rd day of October A. D. 1961. i in which said election is to
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iv all the unknown assigns successors Alfred R. Tucker. Chairman be held:
r YOUR in Interest trustees or other Attest: E. A. Smythe Clerk PRECINCT No. 1 Bunnell -
!I FUEL parties claimin by. through, un- Board of County Commissionersof Court House.PRECINCT. .
,
der or aganist said dissolved corporation Flagler County Florida I No. 2 Flagler Beach
I. Oct. 5-12-2tc Flagler Beach Recreation Hall.
none of whom can be {
) located, and it not being known I PRECINCT No. 3 Haw Creek-
whether there are any surviving ; IN CIRCUIT COURT' OF THE Community Building.
t BILLS GOi1J2! trustees; SKVKNTH i JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN PRECINCT No.3-A Korona-
I
L William Seckner Dean if living, j I LAND I FOR FL.AGLKR COUNTY. Church Hall.PRECINCT.
It' and if dead his unknown spouse. !|I 1J heirs-at-law. devisees legatees I OF !SUIT (:IIAN( IlY NO. 4S33 Community Hall.

I grantees creditors or other par- i I'WILLIS HERBERT REA JR.. PRECINCT No. 4-A Bunnell- _
underor Plaintiff Masonic Temple.
ties claiming by. through I, .
against William Seckner Dean. vs. PRECINCT No. 5 Espanofa-
The unknown heirs. devisees ,I SARA ,S. REA Community Hall.PRECINCT .
I legatees grantees, creditors, lien- !$ Defendant. I I No. 5-A AlA' High
II ors or other parties claiming by I I ORDKR OF PUBLICATION: ,. wav-Johnson's Fruit Stand. '
II I through under or against John I IN THE NAME OF THE STATE I The foregoing election precincts
B. Bruner. deceased. J OF FLORIDA: I II being all the election precincts In
I .' ,. The unknown heirs. devisees, I TO: SARA S. REA. whose residenceis I said Special Tax School District
legatees grantees creditors. lien-,t : No. 1 in Flagler County. Florida.
j ors or other parties claiming by. Apt. I-5.- Raleigh Apartments -' BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED,
through under or against Henry 1! Raleigh, North Carolina that this Board shall apnoint the
t Bruner, deceased. I I You are hereby required to file persons who are to be Inspectorsand
f.i John T. Bruner. If living and if your answer with the Clerk of this clerks for each respective poll-
dead his unknown heirs devisees, {Court to the Bill of Complaint filed I ling place at which said election is
legatees grantees creditors or oth- I!herein againt you in the above entitled to be held, and shall publish said
I er parties bthrough, | cause on or before the 2nd I.names as required by law. '
under or against John T. Bruner 'I I day of November. A. D.. 1961 and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat
deceased, and. I serve a copy thereof upon LAW- I there shall be prepared and
I"I Any and all persons (save and HENCE W. BOHN plaintiff's at- furnished to said inspectors of
I"t excent the plaintiff herein) havingor I torney herein whose address is election for use at said electionthe
claiming any right title or Interest (1416 Seabreeze Boulevard, Daytona necessary ballot boxes and
in and to the lands involved [ Beach. Florida. "The Flagler Tri- ballots as required by law; thatI
j in this suit and hereinafter described. bune" Is designated as the
I : } hereby: I I the form of ballot to be used in
newspaper in which this order said election shall be substantiallyas
The respective post office address' I shall be published once a week for follows:
and residence" of each of the above i I four consecutive weeks. HEREIN SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT -
I h named parties is unknown. FAIL NOT OR A DECREE PRO I NO. 1 ELECTION FOR .
I I You and each of you are hereby I;CONFESSO WILL BE ENTERED FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA,
notified that a suit has been |I AOAINST YOU FOR SUCH FAIL HELD ON NOVEMBER 7. 1961.
_____ brought against 'you to nulet title !: URE. 1. BALLOT FOR SCHOOL TAX
I to the following described lands The nature of this suit Is a bill I DISTRICT. 1. MILLAOE LEVY.
situate In Flagler County Florida. I j I' for divorce INSTRUCTION TO VOTERS: Indicate -
to-wit: I I WITNESS My hand and seal at by marking an "X" In the
Lot 20 of Block 1 and Lots I Bunnell Flagler County. Florida :j i space after the line 1, whether you
17. 18. 19 and 20 of Block 2 this 2nd day of October. A. D. 1961. I I'I i favor the proposed mlllage levy
of Kanaha Subdivision Flag- j''I j (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHEAs i[ Which Is necessary for the approved -
ler County. Florida as per j Clerk Circuit Court I I school term. If you favora
neat of said subdivision on I Flagler County. Florida different millagp levy write the
file and record In the office I
Oct. 5-1-19-26-Hc t I levy you favor after line 2.
of the Clerk of the Circuit -- !
Court of Flagler County. I( :
NOTICE OF PROCEEDINGS FOB
Florida in Plat Book 2 at '| l. Estimated millage levy required
IIOADS
THU n.oxixc: OF
!1 regular term (10) mills.
nape 42 and the Southerly for
TO WHOM.IT MAY CONCERN:
122.75 feet of the unplatted I!I You will take notice that the I I
pIL HOME HEATIRSlom portion 'of the' Northerly I I Board of County Commissioners of I I 2. Other millage levy -
Q2? 75 feptf the North one- Flagler County. Florida unon petition I
half of the Northeast ouart of MILTON PELLICER. will
? of R>ct on 22. To-nshln' 11 I''at 9 o'clock A. M.. on the 6th day I BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDBY
the feafJI/lpL
South. Range 31 East. East fof November 1961 at the County said Board. that this Resolu-
of the East Coat ranal. and Court House in Flagler. County. j I tion of the calling and holding of
the Southerly 122.7R feet of I Florida consider and determine j I said election shall be ,pUblishedonce
the Northerly 91 t7S feet of will each week for four consecutive -
f whether the County

wtt fuel !/// M//ffl/ C th> unnlatted Lot 1 nortlon of Section of Govrnment 23.31- !!I i[{close vacate and abandon or renounce not discontinue and disclaim and j I>a newspaper weeks In of The general Flagler. circulation Tribune

11 South.
Township Range
of the County and the throughout the County of Flagler
anv right j(I
I I
'Raat. in said thata
I public in and to any land or in- and published County.
In the above styled court bv the I terest[ therein acquired for road i notice specifying the names of
above named nlalntlff and you 'u'e ;I
'of and i the inspectors and clerk of election -
county highway purposes I
hereby required to file personally in said District shall be published -
Ordinary heaters pile the heat up on the ceiling or hv your I'U01"nevIth the Cl Ark I I[renounce the County and disclaim and public any in rightof and !I I once In said newspaper at
'
of said court your answer or other least fifteen (15) days before the '
until some of it finally steps down to the living defensive nledinp..to the ooni I I I delineated to any land or any interest or therein.nlat holding of aid election.BE .
nlatnt In Raid suit and to serve upon map
t. level If you own an ordinary heater, you know n cony thereof uoon. H. T. rook. I I recorded in Flagler County. Florida said IT Board FURTHER that the RESOLVEDby Chairmanand
is! nlalntlffs sttornev. whose addr vU I ,which said roads are more particularly -
how costly and uncomfortable that system Siegler I I described as follows: Secretary of this Board are instructed -
Citizens Bank: "Rulidlnc. n1u\n"'l1. i iFToHda.
does just the opposite. your floor gets heated on o r before th. 23M day I I That county road Township lying between 13- I ther steps to as take may all be other needful or ,fur in
Section 3.
,- first.'Heat.is not wasted on the ceiling and out the of October nnp which 1.41. la and a the newspaper Flagler' I ITrl I South Range 2*> .East and accordance with law to carry this I
Resolution Into effect.
I ; chimney. Don't close off rooms this winter and pay mpptln scr'had by the law reaufren1Pntt for ,such nuroo nrf'-. II I Section Range 29 4. Township East. 13' South. I I,[ PASSED In own session bv the !i

1 ; i high fuel bills ta boot...order your new Siegler now. naner Is hereby I" d which..'*irna*this*. an"nU.h the n *vjt-*'111 I APPEAR PERSONS AND INTERESTED BE HEARD MA'Y ATTHK Board Flagler of County Public Florida Instruction at Its of i I}

TIME AND PLACE ABOVE meeting on the 25th day of September i
b< >uhl hMl oft*** a. week for foureee II
IT PAYS FOR ITSELF WITH THE FUEL IT SAVES ******.tlv.eke.. BOARDS? COTTNTY COMMISSIONERS RIA. A.A.D.JOHNSTON 19C1. \
TT-rln fAn pot o** Tlcr.* Pro I
Chairman of the Board of Pub-
OF FLAGLER
Confesso will be entered against
1 COUNTY. FLORIDA lic Instruction of Flagler Countv. -

i FLAGLER HARDWARE you.\Vltneea" ny hnd a;' Ork *nd'if By ALFRED It. TUCKER Florida.
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I the 11-.1 aid <'wt this 19th lrman. I ATTEST,: JI
d... of S..temb-f' T9RT! I ATTEST: E..A. FMYTHE. Clerk Z. D. HOLLAND .
IYTJE I Board of County Commissioners JI JII Superintendent and ex-offlrlo
PHONE ID 7-3191 SEAL) E. A. I
,
\ Ftor- Secretary to The Board of Pub-
County
->. f-.rV of the Above.... II I of Flagler -. ,-lie InstrueUert'1 ;
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rl Th'utsday" October .5, 1961, THE "
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I i i Guide, Mary Furlong Moore; I I II I Days of Dunkire, Davide Divine
I\ I THE,BOOK NOOK |I l Glamour Guide for Teens, Betty I Only Yesterday, Fedevick Allen..

II The kindergarten came to vis-#i;Cornell; The Handbook of Beauty Fictlon-
i I>i Constance Hart; Modern Diet
the attrac-
it the library to see .
The Pathfinder, James Feni-
II I tive bulletin boards. The children i I and Nutrition, Hernirtta Fleck.
\ more Cooper; The Ship Withouta
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HistoryI -
folder of orig-
C presented a
AL1jc Crew, Howard Pease; The
I inal drawings they had done of 'I The Way West, A. B. Guthrie, J Lions Paw, Robb White.
their visit to the library.It .
Jr.; Great Tales of Action and f Science-- -
; is hard to believe that there Adventure, George Benneth; Silent Physics Made Simple, Ira M.
i :Mr. and Mrs. Odell Patilla and I I were 1523 books in circulationfor Grow the Guns, Kantor Freeman. -

I twin sons of- Palatka visited New Variety of the month of September! We MacKinlay; The Oregon Trail, Helen :Minchew,
; here :Monday with her brother :have a lot of new books whichI Francis Parkman; The Nine Library assistant.
in law and sister, Mr. and :Mrs. Sugarcane To Be know -you will enjoy- reading. --
f C. F. Smith and Grandma Way. Here is a list of a few new
I The Patillas and Grandma Way Released Soon books: '
also visited Rosa Ann Way in I II I Etiquette for Young Moderns, :

i\ the Halifax Hospital. Rosa Ann, j, As a result of increased interest i 3 Gay Head; Boy Dates Girl, Gay : ,.. SPECIALReg. :
: who had an auto accident July in sugarcane; as an important -I Head; Hi! There High School, ,
J 2, is receiving treatment for in. Florida crop, an early I Gay Head; The Baby Sitter's .
juries at the hospital and has maturing sugarcane variety is .(" $
now been placed In a body cast. by'I ,.,:: 2.
I being released to growers Free Building Plans ".< ," ,,
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the Florida Agricultural Experiment '
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Mrs. Ellen Lee has returned Stations. j For Florida Residents :
home from :the Flagler Clinic ; $5.95
and Hospital where she received Developed by the Everglades ;I Thinking of building? Wheth- o

r medical treatment I several days Experiment Glade F.461136 Station is being, Belle made I jer it's a new home for your _- __ White or Colors
j family, or a shelter for livestock,
Mr. ,and Mrs. Julian Caudill I available for planting this fall. { the Florida Agricultural Extens- f
I BENEKE TUFFY COMMODE SEATS
and young daughter of Eliza-I J Early maturity is especially ion Service offers professional

bethton, Tenn., arrived Saturdayfor ,important for future expansionof I plans, available without cost to
a visit, with her parents Mr. the sugar industry in colder I Florida residents. Flagler HardwarePHONE i
and Mrs. T. E. Holden of Bun. areas situated away from Lake A major goal of the Florida I '
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nell, and her brother in law Okeechobee.The Plan Service is to continually 7.3191
i and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Sam provide more and better plans, |1 RAILROAD AVE. BUNNEEL
Black of Ormond Beach. They I new variety is extremely according to T. C. Skinner, ex- -, -
will also attend the National early in maturity, earlier than I tension service agricultural engineer !
i Retail Drug Association meetingin any commercial variety presently A number of the plansare ;
Miami this week. available, and affords ton- developed in the extension CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
nage of cane equal or superiorto agricultural engineering project
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Davis and the existing commercial va specifically for Florida use. A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director i
son Lee of Fort Lauderdale spent rieties.A Additional plans are made JOHN HARDIN. AssociateAIR '
here with Mrs. Davis' available with
Sunday through exchange )
limited amount of seed OXYGEN
mother, Mrs. Ellen Lee who is will { other southern states and with i ii ii LADY
cane is available and be _
in the hospital.Mrs. released on or after November i the U.S. Department of Agricul- J CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I ATTENDANT I EQUIPPED
I ture. ; AMBULANCES
1. Allocations of the seed will
Daisy Buckles returned During 1960, Floridians receiv-I
be inxproportion to the total requests
home Tuesday from the Flagler and the 350 tons avail- 'I ed approximately 10,500 free {II III Phone ID 7-3532
Clinicand Hospital where she plans for homes and farm j
able. I 201 E. MOODY BLVD.. BUNNELL FLORIDA
received medical treatment several structures. j .
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L. days.H. Drady Was a business I-- .

visitor in Columbus, Ga., several --I II
days last week. I Now.azl ANew World of Worth ,from Chevrolet

Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Smith and

children, David, Tucky, and Russell
visited in Tallahassee three '
days last week with Mr. and I .J.\S.
F Mrs. R. B. Turlington and their
children, Betty Jean and Peggy. '
Mrs. Smith 'and Mrs. Turlingtonwere I

schoolmates. Mrs. Turling : 0, _
ton is the former Barbara Me- fi
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Craney of Bunnell. .

1 :Mrs. D. D. :Moody and daughter I II '

Nita, visited in Orlando last
week with her other' daughter,

Miss Iona Moody. Miss :Moodyis .... :........... ... ...
technician at the Orange Memorial -
Hospital there. '

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Reid Robertson, who recently sr,
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finished his basic training with
the U. S. Marines at Parris...Island -
and. Camp LeJune, is
spending his leave in Ormond

with his family. He also visited -,
here with relatives and friends.He New Impala 4-Door Sedan
was a member of the gradu-
ating class of Bunnell High

School this year. Rich new styling with Jet-smooth ride This one may have you asking, 'How did Chevrolet do it?"
There's a new V8 choice ranging all the way from a. '
J. B. High, Jr., returned to 62 CHEVROLET standard 283-cubic-inch sizzler to two 409-cubic-inch power- .
Washington, D.C., last week aft
r houses.* And there's that '62 Jet-smooth ride with a supple
er spending a week here with 1-
his mother, Mrs. J. B. High. 'I Think of just about everything you ever wanted scatFull Coil spring at each wheel and well over 700 body and
and darned if this one doesn't' have it! A road-gentling chassis sound insulators and cushioners.
There are longer lived mufflers for all engines. A Grand \ .
CARD OF THANKSI Jet-smooth ride. New choice: of V8 skedaddle. Beauty
Canyon of a trunk. Magic-Mirror finish.And
well, we could ,
would like f
to thank all of that stays beautiful-right down to new rust-resisting "
friends write a book about it all. Matter of fact, your Chevrolet
our and neighbors who front fender underskirts. .
have been so kind and helpfulto dealer's got it all.down on paper. Get a fill-in from him now.

us since the loss of our home. Optional r at extra



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IIFARMERg--C T OF-l I WORLD'S LONGEST TUNNEL w _ I .1
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I I Italy. Passing under Mont Blanc, -
"Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Bowen During grocery 1960 bill, the for nation's farm-pro total the 7.2 mile .long- passage will t ForSale i 1 1I !
pierce a formidable'barrier-the !
have arrived back home after duced foods added up to about i I
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spending three months at their 60 billion dollars. Out of that Alps.

summer cottage in Amherst I60 i i billion, farmers received only I I .. : I :
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chusetts. I II I The other two-thirds, or 39.5 iI I I i. I ;
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The Town-Se-Enda .:Motel on I.I billion dollars, went for marketing I! f. ,
"North AlA has been leased by costs. -Marketing labor costs I I .... BUY NOW
accounted for 19 Billion dollars. I : :
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thiel. Their i'I .
Telatives for this weekend who Transportation charges between !
will visit with them are their j I cities were 4.1 billion; PRICES ARE ADVANCING I i
son in law and. daughterMr.. I I marketing corporation profits I II I I j
and :Mrs. Cletus Strauser, Jr., were 2.1 ,billion; and the balance I II I t
-with their children Teresa, Ka,I I of 14.3 billion went for I II I 3 Lots Ridgewood and Bacher St. I I
ren and Wayne from Jackson- I containers, depreciation, electric' -."'CI, .". I I
ville and also Mr. Thiel's brother I(I,power, fuel, interest on borrowed Ii I 3 Lots Ridgewood and Chapel St. I j
in law and sister, Mr. and i capital, rents, advertising,
Mrs. Dan H. Fleming from I j taxes and many other 'costs. i I II FAST RECOVERY i
Springfield, Missouri. 1 1j i I Food marketing charges rose ALL BLOCK' No. 164 with 4 STREET FRONTAGES. I
j i three per cent during the second 'J
"Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lehr returned i f quarter of 1961, while prices to WHATEVER IT ISA WAD
to their home here Sunday farmers dropped an average of
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"New York City where they visited The result to _consumers was I DOG AN AD IN THIS McDonogh Development I
.. with their daughter, Mrs. I little change in the retail cost NEWSPAPER RECOVERS
'Suzanne Baldwin and her two I of farm food products, while the ANY THING! I BUNNELL, FLORIDA "-
daughters. Mrs. Baldwin and farmers' share of the consumers' I
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condition, will sell cheap. M. B.

.McDaniel, ID 73206. Itc Presenting more everything

FOR SALE---'3 bedroom house,
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and exterior $90.00 per I
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Sun Sea Manor, Flagler' Beach. We've got 'em 13 wonderful. new Falcon models for /

HE-9-2082 7.6tf- '62-with. ..more to see, more to save, more to love! .
FOR RENT-Unfurnished large '
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Call HE 9-2318, or see Zeke Yes, Falcon is more Falcon than ever for '62! Leads the com ysj BELIEVED /W THE ..

Chaffee.x 11.17'tf pact field with America's widest choice, most in savings, most r : e POWER OF MA55

FOR RENT-furnisned 2 bedroomone in luxury and quality-plus a new quiet ride that will amaze 2 FALCON C A ON

bath house, Daytona Ave., even Falcon's' near-million happy owners. See the dazzling liAr' MORE OF
Flagler 'Beach. Completely ren- new Falcon Futura, more than 'ever the compact cousin of the
ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys Thunderbird. Come in and sample Falcon's "git"-and the new WltAT 4 AMfRJtf'\ ','

can be picked up at Sullivan's efficiency,of the Falcon Six that this year recorded the best gas I .
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-Gulf Station. Nov 10-tfJOHNSTON'S mileage for a 6or 8-cylinder car in'the 25-year history of the:7.. T, J :?

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