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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 26, 1961
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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t "VOLUME 49, NO. 42 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCT. 26, 1961 $2.50 A YEAR :
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t Bunnell Bulldogs I Attends League I: Those Finishing /Myrl KicklighterVisits I Educational TV i


Play Lopez Here Convention In I: CD Study Course Bunnell Ii Support of Local !


t Friday Night JacksonvilleMembers I II ; Get Certificates j Lions Club Citizens Needed !

.I of the City Commisj j j I' I District Governor of the Lions I II I
'I,sion from Bunnell and their I International. Clubs was guest i
The Bunnell Bulldogs will I Fifty-eight certificates of com- Z. D. Holland,
f county superin- I
[ ladies attending the preconvention I speaker at the Bunnell Lions
play Father Lopez at the Bun- !! pletion of the Civil Defense Sur- tendent for Flagler County received
dinner and party at the]I Club meeting Monday. The duties -I I
nell football field Friday nightat f vival Course were handed out information from R. Earl
Jacksonville Coliseum Sunday and responsibilities of Lion
8 o'clock. I at the meeting of the class on Kipp, president, Florida Central
.
evening were: Mr. and Mrs.L. I Club members was his subject.
This game originally scheduled -. I L. Brannam, Mr. and Mrs. C. I Tuesday evening by InstructorLes This was his official. visit to the I East Coast Educational Television
.
Kling. Inc., this week ot the effect
to be played at Daytona I A. McKenzie, Mr. and Mrs. Harry local club. j ii I
Beach, has been moved to Bun I Atkinson,- and Mr. and Mrs, H. j i The class was given under|i Discussion of the possibility I that public support is urgently
nell due to no playing field be- V.. Peavy. ][the Adult Division of the Daytona jof I a Donkey Ball Game was needed to persuade the

ing avaiable there Friday night. The party was given by Mayor I Beach Junior College and j.1'conducted and a committee was Federal Communications Com
'I The gates here will be kept by Hayden Burns and the Jackson- I began on September 18. I named to make further plans. I mission to award VHF Tele

::1 the visitors, and Bunnell passes ville City Commissioners, mark- The first six weeks, dealing J 1 The club joined in the celebration vision Channel 11 to the Corpor-
t 1 do not apply for this game. ing the opening of the conven- with survival in fallout, was I of Dr. Allen Reynolds'birthday ation for Educational Television
I. tion of the League of Municipalities conducted by Mr. Kling. The I anniversary. Dr. 'Reynolds purposes.
The public is urged to come being held there. In. next three weeks of the course who is a dentist, was presented J The Board of Public Instruction
out and support the Bulldogs in I vited 'guests included city elect will deal with first aid instruction I with a machinist drill iI j jj of Flagler County has care
this crucial game. Their spiritsare ed officials and their ladies. and will be conducted by I and card signed by members of fully studied the Educational
high although their flesh is I Mrs. John R. Bird of DeLand. the club.Honor. I Television Program as projectedby
s \ ,sorely wounded. Lopez'may finda The first session of the first i the Florida Central East
wounded Bulldog the most i Punt Pass Kick aid course will be at the Bunnell Coast Educational Television,
Roll For
fierce opponent, it was stated. School House on Tuesday, November Inc. for the participating coun-
Contest for Kids 7, at' 7:30 P. M. The ties and has pledged its fullest
I Bunnell School
\ 'I other sessions will be held on ( High support. At its last meeting

Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y Held Successful November 14 and 21. '' Grade 4-Lisa Knight, Jack ,three members were appointedfrom
a I I Anyone wishing to take the Baker, Gwen King, Beth 1\fatb-1 Flagler County to serve on
j Clubs Install I first aid course join the the Corporation's Board of Direc-
j The Punt, Pass and Kick Con- ] may I erly, Linda Church. Ca.I t
[ I I class at the November 7 meet- Grade 5-Colleen Tucker, tors. The Flagler County direc-
test sponsored by Bunnell Motor]
i New Officers "Company and held Saturday on ],. ing.Those I rol Lynda Townsend Chuck tors are: Raymon Tucker, Mrs.
completing the first Herr, John Cody, Charles Clegg, George Clegg, and John A. Can-
The HI-Y and Tri-HI-Y Clubsof the school practice field was a
I section of the survival course Kathy Bourne, John Cook, Nancy non Jr.Public.
Bunnell High School held I big success. It seems it was a
their annual installation and Induction I day for the boys named Mike. were: I Ilargett, George Koczwanski, support is urgently
Carrie Alford, Margaret Cook, Harold King. needed to offset opposition from
services for officers and :Mike Barber in the 9-year age I
Mr. and Mrs John Botterbusch, Grade 6-Sue Broadaway, Rus- Television Station WINK-TV of
of 1961.62 f group ,had the longest punt, 63 I
members the
new
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feet. Mike Robinson in the 9- Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McNab, Mr. ty Improta, Linda Knight, Sha I Ft. Myers which is opposed to
school year last Wednesday eve- I I and Mrs. O. C. Shelton, Mr. and ron Patrick, Tony Parker, Clif awarding Channel 11 in the
had the longest
in the Bunnell year age group
ning, at 7:30,
Mrs. Carle Mr. and Mrs.L. .
Ray Wetherington.. Central Florida East Coast Area
School Cafeteria I pas, 54& feet. Mike Kelley 'in I I
High
'
H. Church, Mr. and Mrs. T. E.
l the 8-year age group had the Grade 7-Vicky King, Kathryn )for Educational Television pur
The officers were installed :I Britt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bos- Emery, Dennis Clay, Betty Dun Station WINK-TV holds
following f I.longest place kick, 46 feet These poses.
: ,president;': II III well:ii.adMrs0 ,B. Green soir*Julie .Wilkins : .
M scores 'were the highest In all 1 ;Walton Cow Channel 11 In the-Ft. Myers area
Mike McMillan, vice president; 1 I age groups. But they were all Mr. and Mrs. John Seay, Mr. and art, Barbara Pache. and feels that another Channel

Robbie Tucker, secretary; and I I scored on accuracy and distance.We Mrs. M. B. Fuller, .Satria Brad. .f Grade 8-Margie Lee Blakely, 11 located in the the Central

Mickey Ramsey, treasurer for I sure had a lot of future ley.Charles Lewis Smigielski, Betty Lynn East Coast Section of Florida
the HJY Club. For the Tri-Hi-Y: Bulldogs out there. Bryan, Mr. and Mrs. Bourne, Brenda Tucker., will not be in their best interest.
S Susan/: Jane Deen, president; I All winners received a football I Charles Johnson, Pat Cowart, Grade 9-Marie Fleurie, Janet Letters have been sent to all

Jamesene Dawson, vice president uniform for first place. Second Freda Deen, Madge Johnston, Salyerds, Ida Allen, Becky Fil- I organizations, groups, governmental
; Linda Harris, treasurer; I place winners won a warmup Kathryn Ferryman, Jerry linger, Gloria Johnston, Mary bodies, churches, and
.. and Janice Lovelace, reporter; 'jacket, and third placesers a Vaughn, Margaret Clegg,, Pearl Pache, Elbert Tucker, Michael clubs requesting that they of-
and Barbara Smythe, 'se i tary. I I football. Blakely, Mr. and Mrs Curtis Hornsby. ficially support the awarding of
New members received into I Rodgers, Gail Kelley, Hazel Hol .
Age group 6-Phil Martell 80; Grade 10-Kathy Barber, Jennie VHF Chahnel 11 to the Central
the clubs during the induction Wayne Weatherington 51%. land, Dorothy Barber, Bennett, Allida Tucker, Gail East Coast Section for Educational
ceremony were: TrI-Hl.Y: Gail Age group 7-George Weather Louise Taylor, Clifford Mc-: .Wadsworth, Nancy Wilson. Television purposes. It is
Wadsworth, Linda Revels, Sue Griff, Basil A. Wood, Janet Grade 11-Mechele Steflik, that
ington 88; Wayne Hutchinson CaI I:sincerely requested Flaglercounty
5 King, Kathy Barber, Gloria 79>4; Jim Moyer, 41% i Shields, Ann Creal, Marjorie I'I rol Hoskins, Della May, Dianne i I'I citizens will come
:Moore, Allida Tucker, Linda Age group 8--Kirk Robertson Kinney, George Robbles, J. B. Green, Randy Morris, Linda through with this support.
Cody, Charlotte Gies, Terry 111% Mike Kelley: 102 feet; Kelly, Carl L. Johnson, Madline I Harris. Letters are being sent hometo

Sheffield, Diane Greene, Jennie I Gregory T. Irvin, 98 feet. Johnson, Mrs. J. B. Matherly, Grade 12-Claude Barrow, parents by school children today
Bennett, Elaine Deen, and Nell group' Michael Barber, Gloria Matucci, Laura Reynolds, 'I Mary Susan Brannam, Carol I giving detailed informationand
Johnston. ((155' feet; Mike Robinson- Hal C. Lee, John A. Cannon, Jr., Christopher, Elaine Deen, Peggy a sample letter about writ-

Hi-Y Club: Randy Morris, 149%; Gordon Worley, 114%. Norman Kurtz, Ross H. Bass, Hoskins, Boyd Robertson, Connie ing to the Federal Communications -
Kent Holland, David Brown,t J Age group 10-John McDaniel.I N. H. Lane, C. H. Gordon, W. A. I Shields, Grace Steflik, Florence Commission to request the

Eric Kuleski, Harry Kuleski 134%; Paul Barrow, 133; Benny i Evans. Williams, Mona Hornsby. awarding of Channel 11 to our
Mickey Ramsey, Bebe :Moody,' Geller, 128%. area that we may have Educa-
Mike McMillan, Pewee Knight, Contest judge was Cliff Boys' State I i tional Television in Flagler
Mrs. Benson
Robbie Tucker, Don McNab, Griff; downfield judge, 1\fc-1 ; County beginning in 1963.

Tommy Robertson, 'Howard Emery I Burnsed; measuring judge,'RepresentativesSpeak I I Visits Local The immediate, and enthusiastic
Burnsed, Robertson ,
Jerry Boyd !
of
Charles McCraney; contest scoring support Flagler county
and Ronnie Canakaris. II judge, Cliff Sheffield; final to RotaryMike VFW Auxiliary V :citizens is earnestly requestedby
As, a part of the ceremonies, directors
to
I judge, Leslie L. Pache. I Flagler county
President' Pewee Knight and Su.san McMillan and Paul Sta- i Ii The Ladies Auxiliary of the 11 the Central Florida East Coast
Jane Deen reviewed lastyear's Hi-Y and tri-Hi-Y ton will be guest speakers at V. F. \V. Post 5213 will meet at Television, Inc., and by school
work and pointed the the regular luncheon meeting of the Bunnell Community Center officials.
Clubs to this year's work. Fac- Clothing Drive the Rotary Club of Bunnell on I I tonight at 8 o'clock. Eighth Dis Anyone desiring further information

ulty sponsors, Averly Brown, Being HeldThe Wednesday of this week at 12:30P. trict President Nina Benson of sample letters, or ad-
John A. Cannon, Jr., and Emma annual Hi-Y Tri-Hi-Y M. at, the Masonic Hall Mike Daytona Beach will be presentfor dresses to which to write may
Murray, spoke, briefly on the Clothing drive is in process this and Paul are outstanding voung her official visit to the aux contact John A. Cannon, Jr.,
work for' the coming year. week at Bunnell High School. men of the countv and are iliary. Raymon Tucker, or Mrs. George
After the induction and installation I'The Flagler Beach School is al'l members of the Senior Class at Mrs. Ernest Taylor, presidentof Clegg. All school officials will
,? ,' ceremonies, refreshments so, conducting a similar drive. Bunnell High School. Thev, will the local Auxiliary urges all be happy to supply this infor-
\ were served and a period of informal II'I Students in these schools are I be introduced by Clifford Mc- members to be present for the mation also.Letters .

fellowship was enjoyedas being asked to bring any Griff, program chairman. meeting. should be adddressedto
members discussed, such mat ,.ing, bedding, shoes etc cloth-I
,[t Recent visitors to the club : Ben F.Vaple, Acting Secretary
ters as the Annual Clothing fants, children, and were: Ben M. Butler, Atlanta Deen gave an account of his re- ; Federal Communications
Drive, District Conference, and This clothing will be bagged i Ga., guest of President John A. cent visit to the Clearwater Clubto Commission: Washington 25,

Youth Legislature. and shipped by Hi-Y and Tri i Cannon, Jr., Rev. Jim Tavlor of make up a meeting. Rob also D. a '
Hi-Y students to the Save The Hastings, Frank Ebert of Flagler brought a copy of the "Rotor," -

Attends County Children Federation Warehousein Beach, guest of Dewev Moody, the official paper of the Clear. A Correction i
CommissionersConvention Knoxville, Tenn., where itwill George Ludebuhl of East Lib- water club.A I ,.

be washed, cleaned, re- erty, Penn., and Hap Schroeter director's meeting is sched- The Flagler Beach Area Busi
paired, and sorted: Clothing will 0(. Buffalo, N. Y. uled for Wednesday evening, nessmen's Club did not approve
George Wickline and John A. eventually be sent free of chargeto George Ludebuhl was Intro- November 1, at 7:30 in the conference the town's proposed utility tax
Clegg were in Ft. Lauderdale school- children and underprivileged as a Rotarian with 23 I room of 'the Flagler :at their recent meeting. In last
>several days this week attend-I people both in this I wears of perfect attendance in Clinic. 1 week's issue we stated the tax
ing the state convention of i country and abroad. J Rotary. He spoke to the club ,t The club recently accepted ]had! been approved which was
'.Co nty., Commissioners Association I The cooperation and support briefly on attendance.Coy I with regret the resignation of i an error.
which was meeting there. I I lof the public is ,earnestly requested i Harris and Jimmy Crews Homer Bentley who recently resigned The reporting was on'a misunderstanding
Mr. Wickline is also servingas I r by members of the Hl-1 recently made up their attend 1! his position at the Flag1 1 .* and ''we regret

a director.of, the association.' Y and Tri-HI-Y Clubs. I ance at Palatka, while Robert,ler Clinic and HospitaL 1 the error., .



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k PAGE TWO' __ _THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL FLORIDA Thursday October 26, 1961

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New Potato VarietyOf For ) AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1 1AIR |



CONDITIONING-HEATING :FLORIST
This Area TestedBy i
FLORIDA AIRCONDITIONING I Whatever The Occasion

Ii I ii ( Richard Orr) CO. i j -Say It With Flowers
Of Daytona. Inc. fromBlaok's
Poch I
Leslie
1 By Pungo, a new potato variety, AIR CONDITIONING-HEATING
I
KAISER AND BURNSED night. Game_ time 8 P.M. I has", proven to be highly resist- GENERAL SHEET METAL Flower Shop

TOPS IN SECOND PLACE With a five game win streak I ant to corky ringspot, a serious "We're Proud of Our Work" I Phone ID 7-3348

against Coach Bo Manuel's Bulldogs disease which has caused heavy 330 Walker. Holly Hill. OR 7-6120 t 111 N. Forsythe Bunnell:

Paul Kaiser of Hastings pulled five game win streak I losses to potato growers in the
AUTO
away from Jerry Burnsed something will have give. The Hastings area. 'I SERVICE I FUEL OILKING'S

who was idle last week as the J Dr. A. H. Eddins
Bulldogs, as I am getting this plant path- McDANIEL'S I TRUCK STOP
Bulldogs were not scheduled to ologist in charge of the Potato
ready for Friday, have their key |I
Service Station PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILSJ.
,
play. pass receiver, Mike McMillan, i Investigations Laboratory, a unit
Sqip Hunter, fullback for the in the hospital with the flu. If of the Florida Agricultural Ex- STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS L. IRWIN. Prop.

Hastings Spudsters, picked up Mike should improve and be 'in periment Stations, at Hastings, Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs I Lubrlcation-Tires-Batteries

4 touchdowns and two extra uniform he will still not be able says Pngo is now grown in Hast Bunnell ID 7-7119 Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fue

Points to go into third place to go at full speed. ings fields where corky ringspothas I U.S. 1 N. Bunnell ID 7.3678

while Penny of Father Lopez is The Bulldogs have* been running I caused excessive losses. Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION I

in the number 4 spot. McMillan, into some hard luck but I 'Sebago, Red Pontiac and Red GARDEN SHOPGray's

Bunnell, tops out the first five. LaSoda, which are the principal
Garden
the slack is always taken up by GULF TIRES & BATTERIES I Center

The LeadersTd the next boy. Jesse Overby will varieties grown in the area, are Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days .Headquarter for Gardening Need.
be ready but cannot go at full very susceptible to the disease Ceramics. Gifts. Dry Arrangement
pat Fg Tp
State &Lambert ITS 1-ID 7-7190 Materials
and cannot be grown profitablyin
Kaiser, Hastings 1510 100 speed. ; i I Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers

Burnsed, Bunnell 10 4 64I I 1961 infested soil. Colonial Service Station TORO LAWN MOWERS
Since 1950, 68 potato varieties
Hunter, Hastings 6 13 Bulldogs 12-Green Waves 0 EARL* E. RICE ProprietorGAS.OILLUBRICATION I.147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051'
Penny, Fr. Lopez 5 8 1 41 Coach Ed Duffy's Green Wave and seedling selections, origi- ORMOND

:McMillan, Bun. 5 2 0 32 team is going to play their gameof nated, by USDA and Canadian MOTOR TUNE-UP i I HARDWARE

E. Colvard, C. City, 5 2 0 32 the year. The team is well potato breeding stations, have GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES|I I
coached. have one of the been grown in corky ringspot infested THAT FAMOUS PAINT
They
McKendree, Cal. 5M. 2 0 32 U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL !
Cook, Callhan 5 0 0 30 best quarterbacks in the confer- soil at the laboratory. IED'S at
Exclusively
is Only a few varieties and seedling iJ
T. Lang, Baldwin 4 3 0 27 ence-George Barnes-who
smart and knows how to mix selections have shown a PURE OIL STATION FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE
high degree resistance immunity aR vl1.t
or
plays.
up Specializing in Wash & Waxing
Si Johns Conference Standing Barnes also is a good passer to the disease\ during the Batteries-Accessories i i

October 20 1961 .and has Jerry Penny, a big end, i past 11 years. :MINOR REPAIRS |I Flagler Beach HE 9.2103
conf all I Pungo is the only corky ring- '
games who is th ir top scorer. A d'j u.s. Hwy. 1-nunnell- 7-3138
WL WL pts opHastings knowing Ed Duffy, who playedfor 1 I spot-resistant variety found to'' i Village HardwarCenter
5.0 6.0 266 6 date that yielding I BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO
Holy Cross, they will havea possesses I, HOUSE PAINTS
Bunnell 4.0 5.0 157 19 bag of tricky plays. If the ability and other characteristicsthat Match and mix any colorBuilder's

Father Lopez 4.0 5.1 139 14 Bulldogs play a hard rushing make it acceptable for commercial BAR & COCKTAIL Supplies Kitchenware

Crescent C. 4.2 4.2 105 82 game and keep Barnes from production.Dr. LOUNGE i r GIFTS GREETING CARDS

Callahan 3.2 4.2 141 60 passing, and the Bulldogs also Eddins reports tests are DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY ;AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420 '

St. Joseph 2.4 2.4 31 217 can keep their penalties down I being conducted at the laboratory FROM 9 r,
Baldwin 3.3 3.3 109 59 I to find other resistant 6 P.M. i iI
they will beat the Green Waves. Varieties SUNDAY FROM i I JEWELER
D&B 0.5 1.5 62 .135 I 'which may be superiorto Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach

Pierson 0.5 0.5 0 174 Probable Lineup Pungo for commercial pro- I BRENNAN Jewelers

Keystone Q..6 0.6 14 232 Bulldogs Green Waves duction in the Hastings area. I MILLAND BAR AND 1 I Diamonds-Diamond Setting

-- EmeryEmery RE Darby Means of treating the soil to COCKTAIL LOUNGEi i Fine Jewelry and Gifts
Polk RT Haskins control the disease are also being I I .i I
Eddie & Mary Shultz, Props.
Week of October 27 Knight RG McGee ;; Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus
investigated. PACKAGE GOODS :I* Watches '
Bunnell vs. Father Lopez
Hosford C laxon
9 a. m.-2,a.-Sun.. 1 p. m. 2 a. [Watches-Jewelry-Clocks Repaired
Hastings vs. Crescent City Overby LG Phillips ORMOND PRESCRIPTION Ocean im'd-Flakier Beach m'l I| 60 E. Granada-ormond-oR 75056i
Callahan vs. D & B I Robertson LT Lindway PHARMACYSick I I i

Baldwin vs. F.M. Acad.St. lcCraney LE Penny Room Supplies-Sundries BETH'S SEASIDE I I FURNITURE

.Joseph vs. Pierson Moody QB Barnes HOSPITAL SUPPLIES BAR & GRILL I I
Burnsed LHB Alagood 24-Hour Prescription Service I 1 FOR FINEPOOD Ormond Bedding and
Free i iI I Furniture Co.
Abbott RHB Pruitt Delivery in Flagler Beach
Prep Picking by Little Moe AlA 1 ml. North of 1 Substantial Discounts on All
Bunnell 27-Father Lopez 13 Sheffield FB ,Lacour I IORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 71661IX 3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA I IIKDV-* OPAS-KUHNlTUlinI
i10 I I Trad el n Covers Down Payment
Hastings 21-Crescent City 20 THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIKKKATII Open 7 A.M.-ll P.M.
The Green Waves lost their > JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner
Callahan 38-St. Aug.. D & B 6 ,I> AM FOIL FLAGLKR COUNT
first game of the season ot St. 69 Granada, Ormond Ilch. Oil 7-6411
I %, "'LOIU(). LAW CASK *UK44 BUILDING SUPPLIES _
Baldwin 26-F. M. Academy 13 Anastasia 8 to 6 and have won ( ---

St. Joseph 27-Pierson 14 five straight.The ,FOLLOWING IX RE FORFEITURE DESCRIBED PROPERTY THE- WICKLINE ';PAINTS

Season record-12 right; 3 wrong Bulldogs have won five : ( I
straight also.Crescent 0399905.1960 Plymouth Coupe, :Motor F2- Building Supplies JERRY'S PAINT MARTPITISBURGH

THE GREEN WAVE City which is playing 265.1950 Buick 2 Door Motor 61016- CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS ,

COMING TO BUNNELL I Hastings in Hastings home .1952 Packard 4 door ID K409412. STEEL I! Paints-Finishes

Coach Ed Duffy will bring his I coming game might be in fora 1953 Pontiac 4 door. ID L.8XH- Flagler Beach HE 9.2254 Paint Sundries-Wallpaper

Green Waves.to Bunnell Friday[ bad night. The conference 30174.1955 .Ford 2 door ID U5FG201707. 38 W. Granada-Ormond
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might have a new leader at the 1954 Pontiac I Motor P8ZH54178 BOTTLE GASHARRIS ORange 7.0761 '
RCA VICTOR top this weekend. 1951 Chevrolet 2 door Motor -

LIVING COLOR TV Green Wave JAD 1954 50676.Chevrolet 4 door Motor ,04- I BOTTLE GASBOTTLE (ROOFER <

"LOOK FOR TilE 1MCTUIID 6 St. Anastasia 8 40013154Y 1951 Ford 2 door ID Bich 131419. FLAGLER COUNTY'S or BULK ONLY EDGEMON; ROOFING CO. '
IN TilE W1NDO\V" Keystone Hts. 0 1953 Plymouth, 2 door Motor P2- Manufacturers of
Southern Radio & Television 134 4250273. HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY i
226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001 12 Baldwin 0 NOTICE: OF ALE Cement Tile RoofingALL i
ORMOND Notice is hereby given that. in PHONE ID 7-3551
Pierson 0
36 accordance with the provisions of TYPES OF ROOFING
18 Crescent City 0 Section 562.405, Florida Statutes II Help Flagler County Grow Fast Dependable Service
1957, the above described property'
at Home
By Shopping
I 33 Florida Mil. Acad. 6 will be offered for sale for ,cash HWY. 1 N. ORMOND r
to the highest bidder on the 13th ORange 75177. 7.1793
CommunItyMemorial day of November 1961. at 11 A. M. CONCRETE PRODUCTS
I 139 14 The amount of the highest bid
must be paid immediately after I RESTAURANT
ChurchInterdenominational Bulldogs sale and delivery of articles accepted Your "Q" For ConcreteDial
57 Crescent City 7 immediately thereafter.
Prospective bidders may inspectthe CL 3-8113 SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT
7 Orange Park 6 vehicles at the Flagler County
AIR CONDITIONED Jail on East Moody Boulevard, DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's Lunches-Dinners Sandwiches
53 St. Joe 0
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during business hours.
OPEN 24 HOURS
Ave. DAILY
Daytona Receipt for amount of highestbid
13 Baldwin 0 Concrete Inc.
will be given immediately after ,
FLAGLER BEACH 27 D&B 6 sale. Bill of sale will be executedand 152 W Granada-Ormond Beach
delivered to 'purchaser within Open 6 A.M.-ll P.M. at
..Sunday School 10:00: A.M. '- two (2) days after sale. CLEANERS
Church Service 11:00 A.M. 157 19 Dated this 17th day of ,October. i 146 S. Atlantic -Ormond
A. D. 1961.S .
I predict the team which scores / / E. A., SMYTHE BUNNELL CLEANERSWE
R. W. DICKERT Pastor II Clerk of the Circuit Court
j GIVE TV STAMPS RIGHT ON THE BEACHShrimpSteakChops.Ch1ckeD
EVERYONE: WELCOME the first touchdown will win the Oct. 26 & Nov. 2-2tc .
!
J- i. game. See you all at the game ,OJND Dally S to 6 :
Phone ID 7-3188 Sandwiches and Shakes I
mitt JHuuIrr OJriburtrBUH7TELL Sandwiches end Pies
115 N. Bay St. Bunnell
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT BREAKFAST ANYTIME

FLORIDA I DRUG STORES Ocean Spray Restaurant

AMBULANCE AlA 1 Mile: South of Pier ,
MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor I Moody's Pharmacy
PHONE VAlley 4-1625; Used
FurnitureUpholsteryJOE
I Flagler County's Corner Drug Store

SERVICE. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDAL Delraated Official P bUeati.m. PBES ONSDRUGSSUNDRIES WELLBORN

fop Public 17Uce ., FkderOuty.

: Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We Mulelpalltie there Furniture & UpholsteryGOOD
FOUNTAIN SERVICE
at service with promptness. safety and ..d the State .( FloridaE.tered USED FURNITURE (
are always your
BunnelL Flo. Phone ID 7.3661
New Bedding-Mattreaa RenovatingFnrdtare
>xpeiieoc., Vpbolaterinx Trade
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nation and 2.48 per cent in 1960. ,.
Floridians Earn
Although this gain appears ,

slight, it ,represents many mil

! A Big Share of lions when expressed in dollars.

Cash income received by:

t \ Nation's Wealth Florida,, farmers from the sale 1 I

/ of livestock and livestock products -
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. A larger share of the nation's stood, at 1.09 per cent of '

wealth has been earned by national in 1958 and 1.11 per PTcj;

.. Floridians in recent years, with cent last year. 'Income from
last year topping all others in Florida crops was 3.45 per cent

almost every category, the FlorIda in 1958 and 3.65 in 1960. This _
figure is Florida's largest pro-
Chamber of Commerce
State
says. portion of any representative Spooky Specials For_The Witches', Eve

;'.. "Florida's growing stature is national total'and points up the IT'S NO TRICK TO SAVE ATSHELTON'S
state's importance as a fruit and' Trick or Treat Jonathan
brought out in a comparison ol
the state's proportion of national l vegetable producer. I You Get More For Less $- APPLES 10csmall

,
r totals in 1958 and in 1960. For "Assets of Florida banks grew lb.

.example, in 1958, Floridians re-from 1.75 per cent to 1.79 per Holsum 3 lb. jar

ceived 2.37 per cent of the total.cent during the three years; life :PEANUT BUTTER 99C Fresh Iceberg
personal income earned in the.insurance in force accounted
I LETTUCE 2 heads 39c
and 2.36
for 2.19 per cent per
IN THE CIRCUIT COUNTY'COURT FLORIDA OPKL.AGL.KIl cent; and federal revenue col- Carnation 8 qt. size
IN CIIAISCKHY NO. 433O 1.39 cent and 1.47 New Crop
lections, per
ELIZABETH GUENTHER.. INSTANT MILK 69c
Plaintiff per cent. Retail sales did not ea. CRANBERRIES lb box 25c
vs.
'GUSTAVE A. GUE THEn. fare so well as there was a drop I
Defendant. from 3.11 cent in 1958 to
NOTICE TO DHFKND per Maxwell House 10 oz. jar 70c Savings
THE STATE OP FLORIDA TO
3.08 per cent last year. 1
GUSTAVE A GUENTHER
33 Denmln Place
Irvington New Jersey "Measures in volume, rather I
/ You are hereby notified that s than dollars, include electric INSTANT COFFEE 89
suit has been filed against you ir ea.
the above entitled cause: and you.power production at 2.17 per I
are hereby required to file your answer
i with the Clerk of this Court:cent in 1958 and 2.34 per cent
the and plaintiff to serve or a plaintiffs copy thereof attorney upon':last year. Passenger car registrations II Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
whose name and address Is: stood at 3.13 per cent I
Lawrence W. Borns
416 Seabreeze Boulevard and 3.33 per cent. Bremner Choc. Box of 12 Southern Family Loaf
Daytona Beach. Florida
not later than November 16th A. D "During the Interval Florida's
1961. MARSHMALLOW PIES 39'Parkay BREAD V 2 29C
If you fail to do so, decree pro I population pushed upward from loaves
confesso will be entered against:2.64 cent to 2.77 cent..
per per
! you for the relief demanded in the
Cabin Home 5 lb.
bill of complaint. The nature ol Nonfarm employment increased bag .
said suit being for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and seal ol.from 2.34 per cent to 2.46 per OLEO 27C CORN MEAL 29C
said Court this 16th of Octobei
day
A. D. 19K1.Official cent, and manufactuting employment 1 lb. quarters each
I ( Seal) E.said SMYTHE in the state moved upward
Clerk of Circuit Court t 6 pak All Flavors Green Shield
By Julia R. Harvey.Deputy from 1.16 per cent to 1.26 per
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POSTER CONTESTIn FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB : .

I preparing for the Hallowen The first official fall meetingof i.I I

,Carnival which is an annual the Flagler Woman's Club
project for the Flagler! Beach was held last Wednesday with
PTA and will be on 'Saturday, Mrs. Philip Kester, president, l
k Octbber 28, the sixth grade had presiding. Hostesses were Mrs. FLAGLER FOOD
.--f a poster contest. Jasper White and Mrs. Harry

The winning posters may be Treadwell. : !,i
seen in the stores around town. Mrs._ Kester announced the] t
FLAGLER REACH
I' '" According to Principal W. E. committee chairmen for the .
Fennell the winning ones were coming club year as follows: 1 PRICES GOOD Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. Oct. 26-27-28, 1961 j
those made by Scott Wilder, :Membership, Mrs. Reynold --- -- _._ ._- : (
I first place, Marylyn Mitchum Hoover; clubhouse rentals, :Mrs.R. I
\ second place and Gregg Ross in i L. McNab; legislative, Mrs HALLOWEEN CANDY
third place.FLAGLER V E. P. Fleurie; auditing, Miss I i YOUR
Emily Gage; sunshine, Mrs. May ,
BEACHMETHODIST Hendren; music, Mrs. Ray Lehr; I
FOR TRICK TREAT
CHURCHDr. historian, Mrs. Myrtle: Streeter; or
representative to Junior Worn- !
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J A. Tolle, the new De- I
an's Club, Mrs. Frank Brede; Giant Size
Land District Superintendent, hospitality, Mrs. Gladine Chal- I G oz. FolgersINSTANT ,
will deliver the sermon at the

morning worship service next finch Card; sales, Mrs. B. S. Clay; I TIDELimit !
Sunday at 10:30. There will be S
dinners kitchen chairmen, Mrs.
special music by the junior I
K. Givens, Mrs. Inez Crenshaw, COFFEE
choir. Dinner will be served at
Mrs. George Moody, Sr., and
I 12 o'clock and the first quarterly
,t I conference will follow. All members Mrs. Lillian Bondy; devotional ,' I
Mrs. Jasper White 59
I and friends are requestedto ; program
be yearbook and youth activities, ;
The present.UNICEF Drive will be Mrs. Harold Massie; publicity, 49 pkg. :

conducted by the :Methodist Sun Mrs. Phillip Kester; news letter, jar one with $5.00 or more t
Mrs. V. W. Haines, Mrs. H. Mas-
school October 30 from
day on
sie, Mrs. J. White, Mrs. E. Clay, 21/2 Van Camps
5:30: to 7:30 P.M. in the Flag. Limit one with $5.00 or more food order can I
i ler Beach area.COMMUNITY and Mrs. P. Kester. I '

been The received 1961.62 from yearbooks the chair.have I 46 oz. can Pork &
MEMORIAL
I man, Mrs. H. Massie, and are HAWAIIANPUNCH
CHURCH NEWS
available for distribution to I
Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor, announced 00
members. The three new 3'or$1001< ,4 for $1
that his subject for the .bers welcomed were Mrs. I
morning worship next Sundayat mem-I
Green, Mrs. Peggy Wells
11 will be "After Death-
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: Mrs. Alice Johnston; 24 oz. can Lykes 39C)0.
What. Delicious refreshments were 45 oz. Mott's
school is held each
f Sunday served by Mrs. White and Mrs. APPLECIDER
I Sunday at 10 and Mrs.'V. W. Treadwell. Beef Stew
Haines is superintendent. There < can
are classes for all ages. lug 39Shurfine
RUMMAGE WOMAN'S SALE CLUB BY'THE 151/2-can- -Chef'sChili---- 1

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Lynk An I
all-day rummage sale will
: have as their house guests their be in Bunnell Saturday, October iS i & I 1
son in law and daughter, Mr. 28, next to Shelton's Supermarket
and Mrs. O. C. Shelton of Chi. I
by the Flagler Woman'sClub. I
f cago. They are also visiting several POP CORN
points of interest in Florida S
Due to rain, the rummage sale 29'
during their visit here.
can
last week in Flagler Beach was
not completed. Mayor Brannamand it- --
Mrs. Marlene Lacy and son, ShurfineShortening
the city commissioners have 2 25 \
Pat, spent the weekend here kindly given their permissionfor bag ''
with her parents, :Mr. and Mrs.
the sale as well as Mrs.
Charles McCabe. ,
Buano for the use of her prop .
For Candy Apples
erty. The club appreciates this I.,
Mr. and Mrs. David McCabe KRAFT ..
cooperation.Mr. -- lb.
spent several days last week I I :: 3 59< f

$5 here with his brother and.sisterin and Mrs. Clarence Shultz CARMELS pkg 39 can
law, Mr. and Mrs. John Mc
Cabe. have been entertaining as house I I Limit one with $5.00 or more
I guests Mr. and Mrs. Dale 1fax.I I -
well and their three children
Mr. and 1frs.V.. M. Babbitt QUALIT1d)1le4 f MEATS "
from Shipman, 111. Mrs Maxwell 'I
spent Monday in Titusville.
is their niece. SaleBoston
PC)RK

TV SERVICEALL Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bass and I Center Cut Western Butt
daughter, Faye, have moved to
PORK "
MAKES their home in Flagler Beach PORK

Agent For from Bunnell. CHOPS 69 ROAST V
lb. i
lb.
RCA & PHILCOTUBES Saturday Mrs. Robert with Schatz her visited daughter in,

& ANTENNAS SOLD Margie, who is attending schoolat Small Lean Pork i Our Own Home Made
AND INSTALLED Howey-In-The-Hills. SPARERIBS
f I"PORKSAUSAGE
TUBES TESTED FREE
Mr. and Mrs. Al Hall from
Gainesville spent the weekendin ib 49
TVBobFLAGLER their beach home here. : lb.

Palm River Freh Sliced
BEACH i Mrs. Frances Haisten andi ,
i daughter Melinda, visited Sun- SLICEDBACON .. ,PORK
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;day afternoon in Crescent City. I
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With 9 of Gas Also '
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Lady Allen ar\d Mrs. George 11
Allen Sr. He resides in Jefferson -
City, Mo., now and is a 1 .,
former resident of Bunriell. I
Hawed" top quaIifre

LOCALS. I g !
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BEGINS NEW HOME v

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cook are
building a new home on the f.
( Bunnell PTA Board (I CHARLES RANDELL I corner of Magnolia Avenue and 1.!1i KILLcabbage
STRICKLAND Peach Street. Zeke Chaffee is I
To Meet Tonight I jjij
o loopers
4: -
.... Mr. and Mrs. Charles Strick the constractor and begins todayon 1>:
The Executive Board of the land are the parents of a son, the construction. The Cooks i 0 imported cabbage'worms '
sold their home Railroad
on
Bunnell Parent-Teacher Association born October 17 at the Flagler
i c Street and jjj 1 diamond-back moth larvae
-rr' will meet tonight In the of- Hospital in St. Augustine. He recently they expectto
fice of Principal James- O. Craigat weighed seven pounds two and I move into their new home .
the school. The meeting is the later part of January.Pat with :
a half ounces and has been 1
I Phoadrio@
r called for 7:30. given the name of Charles Ran- i :

The purpose of the meeting is dell. He is the grandson of Mr. Cowart has been a patientin I 11 INSECTICIDE.
to make plans for the P.T.-A. and Mrs. G. W. Strickland. the Flagler Hospital in St. i :::J
meeting on November 9. Anyone Augustine for medical treatment 'j::{':;
having business to bring up at KAREN LEE BUCKLESMr. I several days. lt} At the first sign of loopers or worms, it'sNtime for ;
this meeting of the board is I If fast action with new powerful Phosdrin insecticide.
and Mrs. Homer Buckles .
asked to contact Becky Clegg. I m r Phosdrin is easy to use as a dust or spray. It kills -.
are the parents of a daughter, I Miles ReunionAt f... it be
\ fast and sure. And, most important, can applied .
Visiting here with Mr. and born at the Flagler Clinic and J n within a few days of harvest-without danger
Mrs. Frank Grover during the hospital October 19. She weighed I Baxley, Ga. ##:' of residue.
seven pounds and one ounce
past weekend was her mother, {l Get a bumper vegetable crop this season-use
and has been given the name
:Mrs. Melissa Bennett of San- of Karen Lee. 'I Next SundayThe M: powerful Phosdrin insecticide at the first sign of

ford. I Annual Miles Family Re. #rr} infestation. Be prepared-order your supply today!

MARYLOU COMBS union will be held on Sunday, CALIFORNIA CHEMICAL COMPANY.
II
Mr. and Mrs. David Hilsen-
I October 29, at Miles Chapel, located i i.. Ortho Division P.O. Box 767 Orlando, Florida ,"
beck have moved into their Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Combs are I :
I :Moore St. which in Appling County, Ga., 43 h..nasM L }}K! ?C}y.vvAV.u.M,,.,Mvui1.yn, JY I
home at 500 N. the of born 4 .
parents a daughter ; :; }
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j N.v vNNAs?.. .: :;::'i+;r;: ;M1v t >:::?
one mile west of U.S. 1, half }[wiawiwfiv:4li: ::iv
they purchased from Mrs. Mona October 11th at the Flagler Hospital I
way between Alma and Baxley.
Hall. i in St Augustine. She has
The turnoff is at Miles Grocery.
j been given the name of :Mary. CORTHOD.,
Mrs. Brady Wadsworth has returned lou. I A basket lunch will be servedat
>to her home in Jesup, I i noon. Friends and relatives I Il

Ga., after spending several days Mr. and Mrs. Norman Miller I are cordially invited to attend, .
.
j I here with her mother, Mrs. Daisy I and two sons, Douglas and William I the committee members stated. ..,.1 .....
,, Buckles who is ill in the local were visiting in Dade City f I

hospital. I over the past weekend with her .. ... .
i :::
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl ..Price... : vnv:::
I Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wells have :
f returned to their home here after Visiting here over the past vp

a visit in Baxley, Ga., with weekend with Mr. and Mrs. D.
\
Ii Mrs. Wells' son and -daughter in D. Miller was Richard Miller
law, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bowers I and family.

,1' and family. They also visited I __
\ with her sister, Mrs. Myra Conner I Mrs. Ed Dillon of Warwick, .+ :,,; t ; .x ) -'
)il and spent some time in R. I.,, has arrived to spend some
,/ Perry, Ga. | time here with her mother, Mrs.
r Z I Daisy Buckles who is in the local -
Bob Cook has returned home hospital. Mr. Dillon plansto
from a week in Charlotte, N. C., join her here soon.
where he attended a mechanics
school. He plans to return for Ralph Coate is here this week
M1
another week in November. j visiting with his sister, Mrs. k : a r A .r. :



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1 q tJ.kY Ja glycerine solution. Remove the analysis fertilzer per 1,000 I IV TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF T IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF

colored leaves from the glycerineand square feet of lawn. FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA I FLAGL R COUNTY FLORIDA,
I.V CHANCERY NO. 4283 IN CHANCERY NO. 4346
dry in the shade. Rates of seeding 1,000 MARY ALICE LANE RUTH BULDO
(By ,Hervey Sharpe) per Plaintiff Plaintiff,
This' process can also be usedto square feet1 of lawn are 6 poundsof 1 vs. I vs.

October Is color month for preserve and color Christmas I Italian rye, 2 to 3 ounds of WILLIAM R.* LANE JOSEPH BULDO.

many types of foliage. I i greenery Kentucky Blue, or about 1% ; NOTICE TO Defendant.DEFEND I NOTICE TO Defendant.DEFEND

I pounds of red top. Keep lawn I THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
So. why not get into the festive Lawns I William R. Lane Joseph Buldo.
moist until the seeds germinate. 2009 Eastern Parkway 793 West Broad Street
mood of the season by add- Plant winter grass now if* you About I Brooklyn 7, New York Westfleld. N. J.
a month after seeding You are hereby notified that You
a are hereby notified
ing a vivid hue to some of the that a
plan to keep your lawn bright fertilize again using 10 to 15 I suit has been filed against you in !suit has been filed against you in
leaves from your garden. green during the cool 'months the above entitled cause; and you I the above entitled cause; and you
pounds per 1,000 square feet. I i are hereby required to file your answer are hereby required to file your an..
ahead. |I with the Clerk of this Court swer with the Clerk of this Court
Fern Galax, Magnolia, Oak, and to serve a copy thereof upon J'and to serve a copy thereof upon
Maple, pine and other plant There are three temporary Sick PlantsIf the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
grasses to choose fromItalianrye ornamental plants look as I whose name and address is: whose name and address is: .
:materials can be used, says Dr. Ray Selden Ray Selden
of Kentucky blue and red top. though they are taking yellow Selden BuildingDaytona Selden Building-
McElwee
E. W. University
Florida
Beach. Daytona
Florida ornamental horticulture Of the three, Kentucky blue jaundice, they may be in seri- not later than November 9, A. D. later than Beach November Floridanot 2. A. D. ..

has the nicer color, texture and ous trouble. Often it means 1961.If. 1961.
department head. you fait to do so, decree pro If you fail to do so. decree pro
quality and is relatively free of something has happened to confesso will be entered againstyou confesso will be entered againstyou
To begin the project, remove for the Belief demanded in the for the relief demanded in the
disease. has the finest their of minor
Red food
top supply plant bill of complaint. The nature of bill of Complaint. The nature of
the green or natural color of texture, but is susceptible to elements such as iron, manga- said suit being for divorce. I said suit being for divorce.
the foliage by immersing it In WITNESS my hand and seal of WITNESS my hand and seal of
brown patch, while Italian rye, nese, magnesium or zinc. said Court this 6th day of October I said Court this 27th day of September -
Javelle water. A. D. 1961.Official .
A. D. 1961.
in the opinion of many is Often, you can correct this Official
Seal
To make this solution mix 4 ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE ( )
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cheaper. chlorosis with a nutritional I Clerk of said Circuit Court I E. A. SMYTHE
pounds of sodium carbonate By Julia R. Harvey Clerk of said Circuit Court
Winter grasses have some dis spray. I Deputy Clerk I Oct. -4tcRESOLUTION'
with 1 of water and boil
gallon Oct. 12-19-26 & Nov. 2 4tcIV ,
advantages. They prolong the The pray consists of 2 ounces I i
10 minutes. To this add i poundof I
the maintenance program and each of ferrous sulfate, manganese .a'EXi i WHEREAS It is necessary and
chloride of lime. Then cool TilE CIRCUIT COURT, imperative that
offer to sulfate and zinc sulfate in TII JUDICIAL ,! additional revenue
competition permanent f CIIICI IT. IN AND to that to be raised by General

the solution and ,strain. ,, grasses. 'iI 3 gallons of water. Add to this FOR\. FLACiLKIl IV CHANCERY COUNTY.NO. 4337 FL.ORID I;Levy be obtained for the operationand

Caution: Use glass, wooden or I Plant temporary lawn grasses i 3 teaspoons of a detergent and HAROLD PAYNE WISEMAN, I free schools maintenance in Special of the Tax School public

enameled containers as this so- I Plaintiff I District No. 1 in Flagler Count.
from mid-October through November \3 ounces of hydrated lime. Florida,
vs. as created
lution Is corrosive. Also I under and by virtue -
very or as soon as you notice Chelated iron will correct CLAIRE THERESA WISEMAN. I of the laws of the State of
'hands and clothing.I I I I Defendant. Florida and this Board estimated
protect your I[i I the growth of the permanent }chlorosis caused by iron de I NOTICE TO DEFEND I that for the next two years a 10

For leaves high in tannin- grasses begin to slow down. ; ficiency. This is a commercial IN THE NAME OF THE STATE mill tax on the real and personal
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'SUch oak delicate foliage OF FLORIDA property telephone telegraph, and
as -or
Preparatory to planting, rake formulation, so follow the manufacturer's TO: CLAIRE THERESA WISEMAN' railroads, in said district is neces-
--such as Maidenhair fern-di- I 77 Mack Road sary for the exclusive purpose of
over the permanent grass sod | recommendation.Soil FitchburgMassachusetts operating and maintaining the

lute Javelle water with one- with a stiff-toothed rake tot! tests followed by correct- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED pubblic free schools in said district.
fourth volume of water. For that a suit for divorce has been THEREFORE BE 1T "ESOLVED
loosen the sod and to bring ing the soil condition is the brought against you in the Circuit BY THE Board of Public Instruc-
most other leaves bleach in a I Court of tion of Flagler County.
Flagler County, Florida Florida,
some soil to the surface. Next, long range cure for yellow, sick tin Chancery by HAROLD PAYNE I that an election is hereby called
1:1 Javelle-water solution. 1
WISEMAN to be held on the date herein
styled fixed
apply about 20 pounds of 6.6.6 plants. as above and
Bleaching requires up to 12 [ you are hereby required to file, foBEheITurFURThEeR RESOLVED
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personally or by Attorney with
hours depending on the foliage. the Clerk of said Court at Bun- BY said Board that an election
nell. Florida your answer or writ- shall be and is hereby ordered to
After bleaching, wash plant INSURE-Stay Insured & Rest Assured ten defenses if Any, to the ComI be held in Special Tax School Dis-
material thoroughly in running i. I plaint in said suit on or before trict No. 1. Flagler County Florida,
I the 13th day of November A. D. ,at the voting places in said Dis-
water. 1961 and to serve a copv thereof trict hereinafter designated on the

Next dye foliage the desired .GET THE BEST PROTECTION upon RICHARD E. CONNER. Attorney 7th day of November. 1961. at
FROM
I I for Plaintiff, whose address which election shall be submitted
color. The dye solution shouldbe I. is 135% Canal Street. P. O. Box to the qualified electors qualified
1566. New Smvrna Beach. Florida. to vote in such election residing-
warm, but not boiling. I THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE is In said District who have paid
H. T. COOK AGENCY I herebY designated the taxes on real or personal
After dying, wash foliage to { as news- property
paper in which this Order shall I in said District, as required by law
remove the excess dye. Now I be published once a week for four the following proposition, to-wit:

soak dyed material for 30 min Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida (4)HEREIN consecutive FAIL weeks NOT OR JUDGMENT mills Determination of the District of the School number Tax of in

utes to 1 hour in a 5 per cent I WILL BE ENTERED A- I Special Tax School District No. 1
to be levied
GAINST YOU BY DEFAULT. for each of the next
WITNESS my hand and the seal succeeding two years for the exclusive -
of said Court at Bunnell Flagler I purpose of operating and
County. Florida this 9th day of maintaining the public free schools
October, A. D. 1961. of said District the estimated mill-
I (Seal) age required for each of the next
E. A. SMYTHE
two years beiner 10 mills.
1: Clerk of the Circuit Court
ts :1 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
ir4urtl I RICHARD ,
p E. CONNER BY THIS BOARD That the following -
I I Attorn"v at Law places are hereby designated -
135% Canal Street
as polling places in said District -
I Post Office! Box 1566 [ in which said election is to
New Smyrna Beach Florida be held:
Oct. 12-19-26 & Nov. 2-ItcIV .1 PRECINCT No. 1 Bunnell -

Js k }S I Court House.PRECINCT.
I riHCUIT I No. 2 Flagler Beach
c COURT OK THE
Flagler Beach
SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Recreation Hall.
\ \ 4 I AND FOR IN PRECINCT No. 3 Haw Creek-
FIAOLER COUNTY, Community Building. .
FLORIDA IV CII\VCERY. NOTICE
PRECINCT No. 3-A Korona-
OF
SUIT
CICA1SCERY NO. 43Sa Church Hall.PRECINCT.
WILLIS HERBERT REA. JR.
No. 4 St. Johns Park
Plaintiff' I-Community Hall.
vs. PRECINCT No. 4-A Dunnell-
SARA S. REA I Masonic Temple.

I Defendant. I PRECINCT No. 5 Espanola- .
_) .' : ;, "i ORDER OF I'UIIMCATIOV Community Hall.PHECINCT .
I. IN THE NAME OF THE STATE No. 5-A AlA High- '
OF FLOItIDA wav-Johnson's Fruit Stand.
S W.hw r&' a i I TO SARA S. REA whose residence The foregoing election precincts
I
is: being ,all ,the election precincts in
I I Apt. M-5, Raleigh Apartments said Special Tax School District !
Raleigh North Carolina I No 1 in Flagler County. Florida
l' You are hereby required to file BI3 IT FURTHER RESOLVED,
I your answer with the Clerk of this that this Board shall appoint the
i j Court to the Bill of Complaint filed f persons who are to be inspectorsand t
herein againt you in the above entitled clerks for each respective polling
N cause on or before the 2nd I place at which said election is
I day of November, A. D., 1961 and to' be held, and shall publish said
serve a copy thereof upon LAWRENCE I names as required by law. ,
,\. BORN'S. plaintiffs attorney BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED 1
J herein, whose address is i that there shall be prepared and ;
416 Seabreeze Boulevard Daytona furnished to said inspectors of
Beach. Florida. "The Flapler Tri election for use at said electionthe
s' bune" is hereby designated; as the I necessary ballot boxes and '
I newspaper in which this order ballots as required by law; that
shall be published once a week for the form of ballot to be used in
{said election shall be
four consecutive weeks. HEREIN substantiallyas
i FAIL NOT OR A DECREE PRO follows:
CONFESSO WILL BE ENTERED SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT
AGAINST YOU FOR SUCH FAIL- II NO. 1 ELECTION FOR
URE. FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA
The nature of this suit is a bill HELD ON NOVEMBER 7. 1961.
for divorce. 1. BALLOT FOR SCHOOL TAX
T1I'Vs I WITNESS My hand and seal at DISTRICT NO 1. MILLAGR LEVY
:. I Bunnell. Flagler County. Florida, I INSTRUCTION TO VOTERS: Indicate -
this 2nd day of October A. D. 1961. by marking an "X" in the
I (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE space after the line 1, whether you
Ai Clerk Circuit Court I favor the proposed mlllajre levy ,
more fun with another one I Flakier County. 'Florida which is necessary for the approved -
school
Oct. 5-lZ-19-26-4tc term. If you favora
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:!
I different millage levy write the
I ,levy you favor after line 2. 1

: A, bumper crop of new television proThe new TV models are really exciting. .< ;I NOTICE THE OF CLOSING PROCEEDINGS OF ROADS FOR .

; grams is being readied for the season Non-glare screens, remote tuning con "-. ITO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: 1. Estimated for regular millage term (10)levy mills.required ,

ahead : whole world of entertaintrol Slim and trim will take notice that the
; a showpiece styling. Board of County Commissioners of 1

ment at your fingertips. portables. Values greater than ever, be- .;;. I Flagler of County.MILTON Florida PELLICER.upon petition 2. Other millage levy i

I fore. COLOR TV, too. It's television at 9 o'clock A. M.. on the 6th day IT'
BE FURTHER
Now's the time to treat your family'at its ultimate. the showmanship of of Court November House 1961.In Flagler at the County.County J BY said Board that this RESOLVED Resolu-

to second TV set. Another set solves Florida consider and determinewhether' tion of the calling and holding of
a full color. .so vivid. .?so true to life. I said election shall be- published

the problem of what to turn on when '; vacate abandon.or not the discontinue County will and ,once each week for four consecutive -

j favorite Letthe kids And to add to your enjoyment, have a close and renounce and disclaim weeks In, The Flagler Tribune. ,
programs right of the County and the I I a newspaper of general' circulation
<> in every room, handy where j anv
watch theirs. while you enjoy'Ours.RADI public in and to any land. or interest I throughout, the County of Flagler t'
when want if..and STEREO and published In said County thata
noand you a therein acquired for road j
-'j Individual tastes are satisfied ,;; of county highway purposes and I notice specifying the names of
: ;.' body's let down and everybody's HI-FI record; player to bring concert t renounce and disclaim any' right }(the inspectors and clerks of election -
.1 hall realism into your lfo>rle. % :' of the County and public In and ito In said District. shall be pub-
l happy. Once you get another television :,1" any land or Interest therein t!lished once In said newspaper at

.r "". set, you'll wonder how you ever did You Hive Better-Electrically when you,:,!,: delineated recorded In upon Flakier; any County.map or Flor-plat i least holding fifteen of said(15) election days before the !

f without.it. have all three Radio Stereo Hi-Fi-.'" ida which said roads are more particularly i BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED a
described as follows I by Bald Board that the Chairmanand !fI
and TV. See your dealer' today. } That county road lylne between Secretary of this Board are instructed f
Section 3. Township 13 I to take all other or fur- ;
I ther stens as may be needful in -
South. Ranee 19 East and
FLORIDA, I POWER & LIGHT I COMPANY, L.. I Section 4, Township 13 South. accordance with law to carry this
sumo .:'... Ranee 29 B....t. I Resolution into effect.
MfiflMO f IO HI DA 7 -
..NN.NNNN..NNN.NN..NN.. t PERSONS INTERESTED MAY PASSED in o"*n eslon bv the
UOM APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT Boar of Public Instruction of
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: ;- THR 'TTM*: AND PLACE ABOVE Flakier County Florida *-t its
...-... meeting on the 25th day of Sep-
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SPECIFIED.
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". ._............-. COUNTY FLORIDABy Instruction of Flagler Coun-
ALFRED R. TUCKFRi t".. Florida. .
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Board of County Commissioners I Superintendent and PT-offlHo

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Modern Industry I Beach spent the weekend here', European trip while I they were'
NEWS1 '
CONSERVATION :J-lagleJ A5each with her mother, Mrs. Aramin- away and also stayed part oC'

: tha Kight and her aunt, Mrs. the summer in New Hampshire- i
c Takes to: Cave for By Tilxnon W. Robinson Gertrude Higgins.

Continued from Page 4
Alfred 'Tucker' and Raymon
Economy Defense Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune
Tucker were re-elected to four :Mrs. Sara Dickinson arrived
:Mrs. Sara Dickinson, Mrs. 52.50 A Year In Advance i
Twentieth century industry is year terms as supervisors of the I Monday from Binghamton, N. Y. Charlotte Reynolds and Mrs.

going back to the cave. Flagler Soil Conservation District She was accompanied by Mrs. . .. ...
I Charlotte Durofchalk left Wed. ... . .. _
'I . J'. J'. . .. J'. .
A according to an unofficial Charlotte Reynolds and Mrs.1
The bear j i nesday on sightseeing trip. O. ALFOHD
F.
new caverns no re.
count of votes in the recent elec Charlotte Durofchalk from Schenectady Silver
old dark and dank They visited Springs, Cypress -
lation to the I Registered
tion. N. Y., to spend the win. I
holes in which Gardens, Bok Tower, and
early man manufactured
: R. W. Deen, Jr., chairman of ter with her. I
Real Estate BrokerBunnelL
Stone Age tools. Equip other, points of interest before
,
t : the local SCD Board, said that J i
ped with air conditioning, daylight returning here Friday evening.Mr. .
while the figures are reliable, I I Florida I
I, electricity, and such amenities Mrs. Buck McCort from Holly Ii
I the election results still have to
as 'soft-drink dispensers Hill visited here Friday with and Mrs. Stanley Springer i
e be certified by the State Soil I
they promise an efficient, though : her mother, Mrs. Raymond visited Sunday afternoon in
Conservation Board in Gaines-
I claustrophobic, way of work. !I Tuckers I II (Smith. Orange City with her parents, THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized
ville. Besides the two
f I Mr. and Mrs. David'DeCastro..
Underground facilities for military i I and Deen, other members of the I II Evinrude Dealer
Mr. and Mrs. John McCabeleft
production and civilian : board are A. B. Johnston and BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS
to their home
here
I Returning
this week for Atlanta Ga.
,
Dockage Storage Free Ramp
defense were developed by mostof I I Bill Deen.
where they will visit with Mrs. for the winter last week were WE FINANCE
the nations involved in : Theodore Weber, Mr. and Mrs.
Ann former resident
Brentley
,
r World War, II, says the National I SCS technicians have recently II, here, for two weeks. Frank Schwenk. They took a 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona

Geographic Society. Germany, assisted Lloyd Robertson and .
I
on the verge of defeat, had almost Cordell Robertson in the -- PAL PARKER'S. INC.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Lindsey FREE PAINTOne
finished a giant jet-plane I II ration of complete soil pcrpa-I Automotive Specialty Center
I from Cleveland, Ohio, have been
factory under a pine forest near ter conservation plans on extra gallon of your choice DRAKES RELINED 11& 5
spending two weeks vacation I'ARTS AND LABOR
Munich. Now, new war threats, I farms. The plans include cropping here. with each galloi' you buy FORDCIIEVROLETPIYMOWTIlOTHERS :

pressure for space, and high practices such as, crop rotation Mary Carter Paint Store $1O.O5

I ,maintenance costs have accele I I as well as drainage and 540 Mason Ave. Daytona
Mrs. Era Rae from
rated a worldwide movement. irrigation pracices. Daytona AIIIO Weatcate KhooplnfC. Center .

Sweden Led Way i'
I I' and white clouds afloat in blue

Neutral Sweden which led I skies. -

; even the combatants in Technique is Spreading

ing out mountain blast.1 I Certain key industries are under

has created since the cover in Norway, Germany,

most elaborate system' of subterranean i I! France, and Britain. Power stations

structures known to I r deep in mountains are

I exist. t common now from India to

v I! Switzerland. Scattered
reports
The huge granite burrows
hint that .Russia Red China
I ,
hold private industries with
I and their satellites have
'I, thousands of workmen, as well many
subterranean factory installa*
..,_- as military installations, bomb
tions.
" shelters nuclear-power stations
'i As early 'as 1948, an Americanarms
and public utility centers. Someof
firm drained Massachu-
a
the empty space ,designed for
I sets swamp and built a huge
emergencies is now being leased

/ for parking, auto exhibits, and plant with specially equipped
underground chambers. In .
an .
I other peacetime purposes. f = 'ter.r
emergency, machines can be

I Sweden's underground manu dropped below to carry on the -
'
facturers produce aircraft, engineering work.

equipment and precis. Lately, businessmen have hollowed .

} ion tools. They explain that out hillsides here and

they have chosen their quarters there in the' United States, or : V

t for economy and efficiency as t adapted mines, quarries, and -

well as protection. caves to factory and warehouseuse.

I Storage companies have
t With modern drilling equip-
: turned bedrock labyrinths into

ment, engineers. have i bombproof vaults for microfilm Y
: found that carving a plant from :!&
records, historic documents, and
rock costs little sometimes I
more,
art treasures. Oil and gas companies i
,; less, than building a surface I
store excess output in
factory. There is no upkeep for I : -
,deep, rock-hewn tanks.In -
I exterior painting, repairs, and the Kansas City area, a : __ y
t window and winter '
washing, I number of manufacturers of assorted ;

fuel savings are considerable I goods have either drilled
because of the deep interior's
i caves for themselves or rented b
constant temperature of 50 to 60
I space prepared by enterprising
degrees.
underground relators.

Cool, controlled atmosphere I One limestone mine owner has G} P

r, and lack of vibration from outside converted. his tunneled property A

disturbances are prime ad. I into a gigantic frozen food ware

vantages in handling delicate house. A producer of technical

i tools and materials. Workers in instruments bought another

Sweden's made-made caves say limestone mine and quarried it

.I they enjoy the purified, de. to meet 'his particular needs. In

humidied air. To counter that the process he sold enough lime..

closed-in feeling, painted wind stone to pay two-thirds of con NEW FACESAME SPORTING HEART

ows show scenes of green fields struction costs.

We might as well tell you straight off: Corvair's the car for the driving enthusiast. Think:
AOTICR..' POLLING PLACES iv TilE nnciiiT COURT OF* TilE '
? not.
AM POLL HOLDERS SEVENTH i JUDICIAL CIRCUIT that lets you out Maybe. Maybe

Notice Is hereby given that the OF THE STATE OK FLORIDA Until you've driven one, you really can't say for sure, because Corvair's kind of driving ,',

Board of Public Instruction for the IX .AND.'I.OUID.IX FOR FLAGLER CHANCERY COUNTY is like no'other in the land. The air-cooled rear engine sees to that. Y O 'swing around curves
County of Flagler. State of,Florida.
hereby designates the followingpoll NO. 4304THOMAS flat asyou, please. You whip through the sticky spots other cars should keep out of in the #
J.
I t holders for an election to beheld HUMPHREY., this that Positraction extra-cost option.)
on' Tuesday the 7th day of Plaintiff first place. (Especially year, now you can get as an

November. A. D. 1961. according to vs.FLpRECE' PARKER. HUMPHREY You stop smoothly, levelly with Corvair's beautifully balanced, bigger brakes.

t of provisions Florida.of Acts Sections of 1957 23038.in Special Laws Defendant. Corvair's found other new ways to please you this year. A forced-air heater and

I Tax School District No. 1.Prrrlnct NOTICE ACTION TO FOR DEFEND DIVORCE SUIT defroster are standard equipment on all coupes, sedans and both Monza and 700 Station

I nell) No. 1 (Court Hou e-Itun- IN FLORIDA THE NAME: OF THE STATEOF Wagons. So are dual sunshades and front-door armrests and -

I Flossie Richardson. Geneva L. some other goodies. You'll note some new styling, inside and
FLORENCE
tore Rodgers and Lavada Evelyn; P.Cook.Woods Clerk.Inspec- East Seventh PARKER Street HUMPHREY out. Nice. And safety-belt installation is easier, too, and cheaper. nzfI I

Precinct Vi. 2 (Flaxler llrarhRerreatlon Hopkinsville. Kentucky. So you can see we haven't really done much to Corvair this

Esther B.Hall Juengling.) Frank ;J. that YOU a comolalnt.ARE HEREBY seeking NOTIFIED a divorce. year. Why on earth should we? If this car, just as she is, can'tmake ,

ti Williams Lax'alia M. Kelly. Inspector has been, filed in this Court against a driving enthusiast out of you, better take a cab. A New World of Worth
f *. and Esther R. Heydt. Clerk. you and you are hereby requiredto
Precincto.. 3 (Community Hall- file your answer or other defense -
Ilaw Creek. to said suit In the Office of ,.. ",' .
Taudy R. Bowden Nazhla ;J. the Clerk of the Circuit Court of :,
Trad. May Keller Inspectors and Flagler: County. Florida. at the i'
Doris Tucker, Clerk. Flagler County Court House In ,
Precinct >.o. 3-A (Korona-Church Bunnell. Florida on or before the {}-4r 'aW 4x .. .
Hall) 27th day of November. 1961. and .
Sophie C. Smigielskl. Antolnnette to serve a copy thereon on the i : -
Slovak. Gladys Deen. Inspectors.and plaintiffs attorney. C.' Winston ; e' .
Eleanor K. Nelsen. Clerk. Smith. P.O. Box 126. 10:$>> Magnolia >' .
Prrclnct Xo.I ($t. John Park- Street. New Smyrna Beach. Florida. "
Commiimltr Hall) If you fail to do 80, judgment by
Naomi Pell leer. Anna Spaulding. default will be taken against you -
Margaret Dunson. Inspectors and for the relief sought In the com- "' And' here's America's only thoroughbred sports car, the '62 CORVETTE. We warn you; '
Gertrude Ramsey. Clerk. plaint. ",
Precinct 'No. 4-A (Masonic Temple This notice shall be published If you drive a Corvette after your first sampling of a Corvair, you may well end up a:_ -:;.
rtnnnrll) once each week for four (4) consecutive two-car And who could blame ? "
Margaret Harding. ;Jennie R weeks in The Flagler Tri man. you ,
t Green. Grace S. Wray. Inspectors. bune. '

r I and Precinct Eleanor No. S Matherly.(Community Clerk.Hall- nell.DONE the AND County ORDERED Seat of at Flaeler Bun- t See the '62 Corvair and Corvette at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's =

I, Espanola) County. Florida on this the ,20th ;
Ann Hunter. Dallas Gorden. Bet- day of October. A. D. 1961.'
ty Steflik. Inspectors and Wilda (Circuit Court Seal) ....
S. Cobb. Clerk. E. A. SMYTHEClerk
Prvclnrt No. R-A (Johnson Real of the Circuit Court In -
Estate Bnlldlnff AlA Highway" ,. and for Flagler County, FloridaC. HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY f. ,
MartD..la.d), Winston Smith. P.O. Box 12S. .
Albert E. Cline. Wllmuth Liklns. 105 Magnolia St., New Smyrna ,
Letitia LeGreve. Inspectors and Beach. FILe Attorney for the ,
Coley D. Mitchell. Clerk. Plaintiff. TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 BUNNELL, FLORIDA I -
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Driver Licenses. I Senior Class NewsBy 'Hudson Paper Co. 'r'THE BOOK NOOK The school library now-has i
11 more new books on its shelves.

( Susan Wadsworth" ) Leases Forest To I (By Faye Edmonson) Just to give you an idea of some
Paper Reported I 1 of the ones we have there are
Our goal for the class trip Our bulletin board this week
money is soon to be reached if Dixie 4-H Club i iI .1 which was made by Jamesene as follows: ,

Water Resistant our bake sales and the other 1 I Dawson and Faye Edmonson, is The Mystery in the School .

projects continue to be as successful on United Nations Day, which Laboratory, Eva Helm; Redhead, I
The new Florida driver's license as they have been. I Dixie County 4-H youths be. I II was October 24. The UN's motto Jean Nielsen; Football Flash,
j I came owners of a forest follow. i: H. D. Francis Treasure at 20 )
is about as foolproof j is as follows: "They Shall Beat ;
Our goal is. approximately I ing dedication of a 48-acre tract ]I i Fathoms Patrick O'Connor
against the trickery of man and j !'Their Swords Into Plowshares, ; I
$3,638.00 if all of the class of timber three miles nort hot
members
Whirl of Fashion,
the weather as a piece of paper and Their Spears Into Pruning MarjoryHall
I go on the trip outlined by I Cross City. II i
Fancy Free, Betty Cavan-
can be. |Hooks: Nation Shall Not Lift ;
Sims. This will be discussed I I
Woody -
The Department of Public [Up Sword Against Nation. na; Salvage Diver, Zachary Ball;
'The forest will be used to 1
i by our parents October ;
Safety ,put its new one and two [Neither Shall They Learn War Flight Deck, Robb White; Young
25. We will if the teach forest management under i .
parents approve I
year'driver's license on a special Anymore." Deputy Smith, Dale White.
commercial conditions, said Ben
water resistant paper known as I and enough money can I The Library Club is planninga Make use of our school libary.We .
Floyd, Dixie County agent-
be raised,
Washington,
Permafiber, one with several go trip to the State School Library invite you to read with us.
D. C. and then to New York.
special features. I "This includes forest fire pro Council in Orlando on \

The selection of this paper I This should' tour. be a very educational tection and wildlife management I Saturday, October 28. About I The average investment per

was the result of several months ," Floyd added. The 4-H eight members of the Library
The last for farm worker is $15,000, comparedwith
day ordering I
research by the department ,youths estimated that the timberland Club and Mrs. Cannon will be I I
graduation invitations is Fri. $13,000 in industry.
which realized that with the issuance I contained 600 cords of going. J
of a two'year license it day, the 27th. wood plus 85,000 board feet of .
I
We will sponsor a pileau sup ,
would have to be printed on a lumber. .
at the V. F.W.'s -Carnival.
I per
product with extra durabilityand
During the Carnival Halloween Ranny Joe Douglas, president CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. J
longer lasting quantities. I
1 King and Queen will be chosen. of the Dixie County 4-H Council,
first the
In the place paper
Our nominees were :Mike McMillan received a long-time timber H. CRAIG Funeral Director
-will literally live in water without
and Carol Christopher.leaves lease from the Hudson Pulp and
fluffing JOHN HARDIN. AssociateAIR
fading, crumpling or
Paper Co. of Palatka.
and_ it is tinted with an -
Ink that comes right off if any a telltale white place This is the 16th 4-H forest nosy LADY OXYGEN I

J effort is atempted to tamper I the paper's original color. in operation in the state and CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I ATTENDANT I EQUIPPED

with name or other writing on I This is a special feature of includes a total of 2,000 acres of :I AMBULANCES

the license. 1 the new paper which will make timber land, according to T. G. II I .
the license tamper-proof, and I Phone ID 7-3532 I
The I
department experimented Herndon, forester with the Agricultural -
with sample licenses by subjectIng 'easy to spot by any law enforce. j Extension Service. I 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA
them to various durability ment officer upon examination. .

tests, and found for one thing

that Permafiber takes to water I ..

like One a duck.year driver licenses are 1
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:tinted green and the two year lc" ""
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TOR RENT-Furnished single

dwelling, 1 bedroom, large living .

and dinning area, kitchen

and bath, $40.00. ID 73304.
October 26-tf

NOTICE-Frank's Jack is .. -- .
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located 1 block off Deen Road, I /

about }4 of a mile west of the

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FOR RENT OR SALE-3 bedroom I I
house at north end of Palmetto -
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Flagler Beach, on boat
canals, cool pleasant living, ex- I
ceptional value, beautiful interior 1 II I New Falcon Squire Wagon with jazzy woodli e side paneling

and exterior $90.00 per :

pancy.month for Contact September present 1 rentersor occu I DETROIT NEW MODELS! They Forgot Jo Change ETC., .

Alexander Lumber Co., Day-v. an on-the-spot report 13 .. One Important Thing... eTO., .
tona Beach, Florida. 7-20-TF by ace correspondent EjC., .
CHARLIE BROWN Count 'em-13! So YOU SAVE $ $ $
Ocean front housekeeping apartments ETC.!
1 and 2 '''bedrooms compete Stop the presses! That's what The public must have been satisfied Falcon engineers put even more
I could for hours about all
I in the movies on
with linens and all utilities. they always say go
with the 61 Falcon models- value than ever into the 62 the value that Falcon
when there's big news-so I new engi-
Sun deck, fishing, swimming, guess
Falcons than Falcon but all '
they bought more somebody forgot have into these 62
I ought to say it, too-even neers put
loafing. Day, week or month.
Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. though I don't want the presses any other compact. Bat Falcon'sdesigners about putting more $ onto the models. But I'm just going to

HE 9.2082 76tfFOR stopped. are neter satisfied. Falcon price tags. (You should mention one typical example of

-- They've come up with new models worry-you can always find some- how un-typical the 62 Falcon is.
RENT-Unfurnished large NEW! Improved! that are real dazzlers.:Take that thing to do with the money you In ANY other '62 compact, you

2-bedroom garage apartment.Call The BIG news is that Falcon handsome Falcon Squire Wagon save on a Falcon.) Want a 6- have to stop (and pay) for oil

HE 9.2318, or see Zeke fooled most everybody for '62- shown above, with its beautiful passenger, 6-cylinder car? The changes every 2.000 or 4,000
miles. What Bother! Falcon I
Chaffee. 11-17-tf even me.I thought the 61 Falcon woodlike side paneling.Nifty,eh? '62 Falcon is America's lowest a full
. owners will be able to go a
FOR RENT-furnisned 2 bedroom was as good as a car can get. It's even available with bucket priced! Want a luxury car? '62 6,000 miles between oil changes!
After all a 61 Falcon broke all There's also versionof Falcon Futura is Americas low-
one bath house, Daytona Ave., seats. a new It's etc.. etc. throughout the car
Flagler Beach. Completely ren gas mileage records for 6or the sporty Falcon Futura est priced!Want luxury wagon? -you can't beat Falcon value.

ovated. $65.00 per month. Keyscan 8-cylinder cars in the 25-year What's more there are also '62 Falcon Squire is America's Baird OA s com arieoft of mwi<*eturr**

be picked up at Sullivan's I history of the Mobilgas Economy new Falcon dub Wagons with lowest priced! Want an 8-pas- tuoo (td retail o8ashzt1Fa1con2

. Gulf Station. Nov 10-tf. Run.So now'version they've of got the an Falcon IMPROVED DOUBLE the cargo room of the senger Station Bus? Falcon's got

- -, -- biggest regular-size three, and the people-space con- :
Six engine-making the :62 even wagons. o ouST
JOHNSTON'S more thrifty! But that's only the What variety! What choice! verts to cargo space.Falcons got ,
SHAPE fCOHOMrs EVER TEEN W
. FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO. beginning.. Falcons for everybody you surrounded.-with Savings. ..
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