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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: August 22, 1963
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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VOLUME 51, NO. 33 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1963 $2.50 A YEAR
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Meeting Called CIGARETTE TAX I f I Additional Seats HAMBURGER FRY ; Flagler County

SHOWING INCREASE j THIS SATURDAYA

For PromotionOf Receipt of cigarette taxes allocated I Will Be Built on Hamburger Fry will be held School To Open

to municipalities of Flag I this Saturday, August 24, at the
Girl ScoutsA lee county shows a rising trend I Football Field Lyman Gage residence 7 miles; ; Wed. August 28All

since the 1963 legislature upped north of the Flagler Beach pier.
meeting for Girl Seoul. Bunnell City Commissioner teachers reported for work
the tax. Serving will be 4:30: to 7 P. M.
.
Mothers, Committeewomen and I Monday night awarded a contract in the school Monday August
The last allotment to the to Sam Broadaway to This is a Dollar Dividend 19. schedulesand
all those interested In Girl] They are studying
Scouting in Flagler County on I cities and towns in this county build seven tiers eight seats project of the Flagler; Woman' planning for pupils when
shows the following amounts: bleachers Club and all proceeds will go
for the additional
high John
August 29. The meeting will beheld they come Principal Bag-
: Bunnell $2,509.75. at the football field. This toward the club mortgage said
at 10 A. M. in 'the Com gett today.
missioners room at the Courthouse Flagler Beach, $717.43. I addition will be constructed on Misses Emily and Flora Gage Children who are now in the

Troop Leader Laura I' Beverly Beach $81.53.: the south side of the field and are In charge with team members county, kindergarten and first

Reynolds said today. I Marineland $12035. will seat approximately 180 per. of the "Dollars" assisting. : grade or who did not attend

Mrs.. Kay Tucker of the Girl I Painters Hill, $10.14. j.:.sons. Only one other bid was The public Is Invited to come ; school last year, mut go to the
Scout headquarters in Daytona II i H i ii ? received (that of Carl Ehlenbach. by boat or by car. Get your superintendent's office in ,the

The commission set Wednes tickets early. county court house and fill out
the I I
Beach will present program I Porter Claxton
I
and, answer any questions at day night as 'a special meeting pupil assignment forms before
night to work on the budget i they can be enrolled.

this meeting.Mrs.. Reynolds. said they hopeto II I Summer Visitor, It also set September 3rd as tax Sam Woodruff I They also will have to have

make plans for two new Scout equalization meeting. I a physical examination and

Troops at this meeting. The Passes AwayCalvin Other business the commission i Passed birth certificate before they can
Away
Junior Scouts are for girls in i Porter Claxton. 65, of discussed was finishing and 'I be enrolled. The board encourages

grades four through five. Chevy Chase, Md., passed away I repairing several streets; order. :.I August Twelfth health examinations
There has been two Brownie at noon Tuesday at a Flagler, ed five new street lights; a re I for .all children.

Troops, one in Bunnell and one Beach Motor Court after suffering i view on Insurance contracts was.I Sam Woodruff of Burlington, I Kindergarten pupils must be

in Flagler Beach for the past a heart attack. I ordered; discussed several I Iowa, passed away on August i five years old before January 1,

several months. Girls age seven Mr. Claxton was Chief of Edu houses moved into the city limits 12 in the Veterans Hospital in'' 1964 and first grade pupils must

and eight are eligible for the cation of Foreign Aid State Department without permits; voted to replace I Iowa City according to Information be six years old before January.

Brownies. In Washington. lie and five stop signs. received this week by Mrs 1, 1964 he added.

,Mrs Reynolds urge all mothers his wife were vacationing in Also received invitations to Walter Green of Flagler Beach. The buses will run their regular .
and others who have an interest -I I Flagler Beach. the State League of Municipalities . Mr. Woodruff was an account schedule the morning of

in Girl Scouting, In;Flag. convention and also the' ant for the New York office of I Wednesday August 28 School ,
his wife.Eveyn
H. is survived by ,
let county fay be present for this League of Small MunicI tjtl1Ues. the Walsh Construction Com I will begin at 8:20: A.l't All '
M. Claxton; one daughter
meeting. Claire Claxton, Durham, pany and had resided at Flag. High School students grades f I'
Number ler Beach during the construe. 7-12, will report to the auditor-
N. C.; two sons Dr. C. Porter l Highway i
tion and also the addition of urn. Elementary sttidonts,
Claxton Jr., Durham and Brooks
I the Lehigh Cement Plant. lie grades K-6, will go to their respective
Skeeter District of Airforce Change Brings
Claxton Langely i
had also spent some time there rooms.
Base, Va. Also surviving are four last year while on sick leave. Lunch will be served the first

; Budget Hearing I sisters one brother, and three II i No Opposition lie was a member of the Elks, day of school. The price tor

I grandchildren. Veterans of Foreign Wars, lunch will be 30 cent for grades
,, ,I. The East Flagler Mosquito The body was forwarded Tues. I H. F. Boggs of the State Road Eagles, and was a veteran of K12. School will dismiss at 2:30P.
Control District's tentative budgjefcvJusarfng day night to Knoxville! Tenn., Department, office in DeLanlas World War One. lie was 64 M on the first day.

t"'"". .___ district! ollice will NortiTATA'be held at 'the drt:."12.ert. ;, M am juneralIlomewilt + here iFrtdtj' :.to,. hoW! ,"p'eheoar1ngr yearf';of*ge.r"-'-? ? jr>. _... , ,All:Jda? Karl .ftuijientt will! :
'r be In --charge :"of. "funerai on the proposed change '
He1 Is survived by two sister, report to Bunnell High School
'. Tuesday! September 4, at 1:30 services Friday. of designation of State Road 100. Mrs. :George Meyer of Burlington on Wednesday August, '28.

I P.M., according to a legal ad. Craig Funeral Home of Bun. At present Highway 100 ends and Mrs. Albert Swartz of We will have a school holiday -
> vertisement in this issue of The nell was in charge 'of local ar at the intersection of U. S. Highway '
I I I Chicago: Illinois; two brothers, Monday, September 2nd
Tribune. rangements.of 1 at Plane St. In the north Lloyd of Burlington and Grant Labor Day Mr. Baggeet con
The. hearing is being held for end of the city. The proposalis of St. Petersburg. cluded.

the purpose of discussing the Jobs, such as sales, office, or to extend 100 designation along -
proposed budget of the districtfor clerical work. These youngersare U. S. 1 six blocks south to TROOPER BRITT
Sets Date
the fiscal year ending Sep. limited to'three hours of Moody Blvd., then east along the City on
i GETS PROMOTION .
tember 30, 1964 Lyman L. Gage, employment on a school day present Highway 11 to the Intersection .
.L.s secretary said. and 18 hours during a school of AlA at Flagler:i Among several promotions the Tax EqualizationThe

/ The amount of proposed appropriations week, and may not work before' Beach. I I State Camblnet has authorizedthe Bunnell City Commissionhas

for various services, 7 A. M. or after 7 P. M. Mr. Boggs said no one ap promotion of State TrooperE. I' Set Tuesday, September 3,
&I; etc. are setout minimum peared to the change.It . P. Britt of Bunnell to Corporal
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salaries, supplies, An 18-year age ap oppose .to hold a meeting as an equalization
r which becomes effective
f in the advertisement. plies to occupations which have is believed the proposed Septem board, according to legal -
change will become effective in ber 15, Is was stated. I
1 i been declared hazardous by the advertisement In this issue
secretary of labor. These include the near future since there was lie will also be transferred to of The Tribune.

,\, I such jobs as driver ordriver's no opposition to the change. Ft. Lauderdale, effective Sep. I The advertisement species the
Information on tember 15, It was sttaed. ,
Upon the designation change,
helper on a motor ve i method property owners
I hide elevator operator loggeror Highway 11 would begin at the Trooper Britt has been with I use to express a desire to have may

':r:' Employment of sawmiller operator of certain Intersection of U. S. 1 in Bunnell the weight division of the Flor changes made in the assessmentor
and run west to :the intersectionof ida Highway Patrol in Flagler I
driven machinery and some ex. of
listing "or other-
property
t ., Minor ChildrenApproach cavation work.Huettner U. S. Highway 17 in the north County for the past two years. wise."

said that employers city limits of DeLand. The State At this meeting the tax assessor

of the fall school I can protect themselves against Road 11 designation would be CAPTAIN GORDON will present the 1963 assessment -

l' term brought a reminder to employers I unintentional violations of the discontinued from Bunnell to RECEIVES ARMYCOMMENDATION roll for consideration

today that the Fair 'Labor j I minimum age provisions by obtaining Flagler Beach.PANCHELLA. by the commission.

Standards Act (Federal i and keeping on file an
I Capt. Edgar P. Gordon 34, son
: Hour Law sets minimum certificate for each minor
Wage- age I TEEN DANCE AT
Rob. R. G.ordon. Sr., Bunnell
lof
for the employment of showing the minor to
k wages employed : IS IN received The 'Army Commendation FLAGLER BEACHThe

.... young workers. be the legal age for the occupation SOUTHEAST ASIA I Medal In mid-July, while last Teen Dance for the
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In issuing the reminder Regional in which he Is work.
Director Henry A. Hutet- Additional Information about Marine Private First Class serving with the 7th Infantry Summer Recreation Program aft

\t .... tner of the U.S. Labor Depart. the child-labor provisions of the Theodore Panchella, son of Mr.. I Division Tn Korea. Flagler Beach will be held In
.. Captain Gordon, who has the Recreation Center, Tuesday!
C ment's Wage and Hour and Pub. Act may be obtained from the and Mrs. Anthony Panchella of
been overseas since August 1962 August 27 from 8 to ,11 p. M.
w lie Contracts Divisions expressed nearest office: of the U. S. LaborDepartment's Bunnell recently participated in .
recived the award for his Director William
professional Fennel! Bald
I ',' the hope that employers will en Wage and Hour the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization maintenance .
performance as today.
courage young people to returnto and Public Contracts Divisions, (SEATO) training exercise
officer of the 1st Bat Mr. Fennell said this. Is the
the classrooms this fall "be located at Room 205 U. S. Post "Dbanarajata" conductedIn
of the division's/ 73rd last
tallon Teen Dance planned In con.
cause of the rising importance Office Building Jacksonville.State Thailand.
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Armor.A notion with
of education In an era when a 1 labor and school officials The unit, First Air and Naval the Summer Recreation
1944 graduate of Franklin Program.
high school diploma has become will provide information about Gunfire Liaison Co. based at
Va. he attended
a minimum requirement fort I the state child-labor Jaws. Huet Fleet Marine Force, Pacific, I High School
most employment" tner said that the higher standards headquarters, Camp H.M. Smith I I Virginia Polytechnic Institute in CHURCH BOARD TO

For those who may work, I should be observed if Federal Oahu Hawaii returned to Camp Blackburg before entering the MEET AUGUST 28

Huettner pointed out that the I I and state laws differ. H.! M. Smith June 25. Army in September 1946. I The Official Board of. the First

Fair Labor Standards Act applies While assigned to the SEATO Methodist Church of Bunnell
e'; to employment in inter. I I I exercise, the unit was divided SMALL CLAIMS I will meet on Wednesday evening .

. state commerce or the production SAMOANS SUPERB SAILORS Into close air support control COURT SESSIONSmall August 28. The stated

k''''.'' of goods for commerce and Western Samoans superb sailors teams and assigned to the participating Claim Court Judge)I meeting was for August 14 but

in certain large enterprises engaging enqjoy racing huge longboats U.S. and other SEATO Leola Jones said she continued was postponed until next Wed

in or producing for such called fontcoL Evolved forces. eight eases until the next termat nesday night.

commerce. from whale boats, the ,fautasl In carrying out their duties the Wednesday morning seslion. The pastor Rev. Howard Por- .

0/ The Act sets a 16-year age skim across! water propelled by many members of the organization :'. ter: will return during this week '

minimum for general employ. 40 or more oarsmen. The coxswain combine target spotting The next session of the court from his vacation and will lIthe

rent, but permits 14-and 15.year beats out the rowing :communications and parachute will be held at the courthouse pulpit at the Sunday morn

olds to work in a variety tempo on a tin can. :lumping. ,, September 4th. ing worship hour.I .





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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL, H.OiUDA Thursday, August _22, 1963 j
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Books Are My Dish i' may be'your child. Toby is the on a better development near j by a man on a white horse, but \
narrator of the story. Hit..is Sir I Gulf City. They data squatters'by the mtUtipltcatfcHi table. !
(By Dorothy Homoxu) Galahad, Johnny Appieseed J. rights on a new bit.of filled-tn : It's very funny but even funnier .
Art* HiMt on tfee) Flatter j James BeswU and Apollo put land that neither state nor I ts Toby's, first visit to a R uBB
WOlD *'* Club Library Board, through a blender. ounty en have as nothing has, bank; his many escapes from pS
said that slit. and her husband The rip to Florida that makes I been filedGangsters ., feeing bumped off bye the gang
both laughted over Richard the plot is taken beanie Pop I move in :op. "Mr fern: his gambling with the
Powell's "Pioneer Go Home!" : needs' a rest from trying to. dp- King, brave new world man I gangsters; the lovely Sunset
r So I took it back to my pad cide to go off the relief; work I Ir !j with a bulJdor.er'to mow down Garden where Miss Claypole
to read and the night and Social I Security. The '
spent get very tree, calls upon Alicia would bury the Swimpers alive
laughing until I cried. The rich, Twins are two small boys the for the 'marvelous
Jlaypole, a welfare supervisor, revenge;
tolerant bawdy humor is In the Swimpers take over whose parents to out the Swimpers. Miss Clay judge the'tarpons and the, fist). Prompt Service I
tradition of Mark Twain and arc dead. i pole Toby says Is a bobcat and'!I lermen i all tangled up on the I PLACE YOUR ORDER; WITH'UhThe.
Dickens The Babysitter is a'19-year-old i, the Babysitter san she is a bridge: It's a book for every 1 I
The.,Swlmpers' t>f the Cranberry ;J'I girl. Toby says she isn't bright I synthetic. blonde trying to set !'I body. I Flagler l Tribune I II
Bog Set Irj New Jersey never ]|t She just reads, a lot and her duce Toby with word lists and \ .'. ,
marry-they Intermarry. Toby, I i ponytail would look cute on a I kneading his muscles 'to find Phone IDlewood 7-3282;* .
19-year-old from Camp Dix, says I pony out iff;they are flabby can't she Honor I I': s h honest toll- Florida
you. . never know-your...... uncle The Swimpers get out of gas see? #ut Toby is rescurerf,' not Grover Cleveland BunnelL -.t; ,
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Thursday, AuJrost' 22, 1963 THE 'FLAGLER
TRIBUNE. BUNNELL, .'LORIDA
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Gardening In Florida reaches your 'area. Otherwise,,
there is no safer place than in/ .WANTED-Bulk (L. P. Gas) cus
(I, Herrey Sharp) I a well-built home. CLASSIFIED I tomers. Call Harris Appliance &
Soon Gas. ID 7.3367, Bunnell, Florida. Music
as the storm is it i
The hurricane season }Is here past Aug 30ticSEPTIC Tennessee
is a good idea Style
to inspect the I ADS
This brings to mind that trees '
trees
and men have one thing in com and other plants around TANK cleaning; drain FRIDAY 9 P. M. till
the house. Usually all the Uvttaca .... II fields Installed
1M k4U snail
mon-they M* ; shell. Reasonable
often are exposed to plants will show signs of wind I a.*.*. fff w.r* .... tas.rt/.a. prices. Call SATURDAY 9 P. M. till
the fury of a lady. TS eeata.a er s-barge. George Ja-
damage. But with a little trimming r roz. ID 7.3410 8-1-tf LETTER OF MARQUE
The human-typfe tiff may be I proppering and resettling LOST-Rotary Mower Blade 5 COCKTAIL
caused by arguments over a of root systems nearly all plants feet lone 4 Inches wide. Lost I HELP WANTED-Couple to run LOUNGE I
permanent wave. But without a that were shaken loose from August 17 between my home on restaurant, living quarters In. & RESTAURANT _
doubt tree trouble starts withan the ground can be salvaged. North AlA and Flagler Beach. cluded. Must have experience. 5 Miles So. of Marineland

easterly wave. Following a hurricane there Reward. Lyman L. Gage. Will pay great percent of gross : Formerly Dinty Moore'

Men have the choice of joining are nearly always a few bright Aug. 22-ltc to right party. Animal Land
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the Foreign Legion when a sunny days. Use these days to AlA 10 miles north of Flagler .

storm begins brewing around J dry out and tidy up around the FOR SALE OR TRADE-1957 Beach. 8-1-tf. ..... II.\1\,... ,..'
their home because house. In no time Ford Motor; also rabbits and II..y :'
they at all
find it easier to face bullets thanfight may erase the signs of the youwill big pigs. Call ID 73669. I FOR RENT-Two bedroom duplex a F. ALFORD $
I a domestic battle. blow. 8-22-2tc apartment screen porch. Registered
Phone ID
But trees have no choice. They CLOSEOUT SALE-All 42-43 In. 73304. 4.4.Uor' l Real Estate Broker

must face the full fury of a lady WANTED_Cook waitress.
Drapery Fabric, 79 cents yard./ u nall. Florida
without back. being able to strike fllbr i JHaglrr tfrtbunrBUWVRLL. Cloth Shop 539 So. Yonge St. on i Murdock Snackland, North AlA, ,
near Anlmaland. Call liE 92146.JOHNSTON'S .
U.S. 1, Ormond Beach. Fla.
Usually the story's first provocation FLORIDA 8.15.4tp "'
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is to soak the rotting -

moss-filled tree branches. Next, MRS. M. B. PULLER FOR SALE-2 bed room home. HASTINGS MATTRESS
the windy lady slaps the soggy Editor Front and back porch jalousie FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO. & UPHOLSTRY WORKS

mass to the ground with a dull De.l*..,*. oa.... r.btlc.... windows, nice location, near LOTS HOMES, OCEAN FRONT 710-12 Lemon St.
thud which puts the home owner's f.r r..fie XetlM .t Fleeter Bunnell High School. Call ID 7- WATER FRONF FARMS, Palatka! Florida
nerves on edge. 3572 or ID 73226. Aug. 22-tfc ACREAGESee
C mmtr, HttBlrl..lltl*. tkeretad Phone EA 5-9166
So inspect your trees for dead: .. It. Mite .( FUrl4 ZIG-ZAG SEWING u* for your real 'estate need Furniture. Upholstering
MACHINE
branches that seem to be ready Office Phone HE 9.2242 Repaired & Refinished
to fall. Also look for dead Repossed due to unfortunate cir Residence "Phones ID 7.3691 Mattresses & lox Springs
branches that are firm but brit Entered as second, class matter cumstance, 63 model, perfect condition or ID 73517wtttrm Mod 10 Order.Also RenowWdc.u
tIe. A gust of hurricane force February I, im, at the postof5 eat makes buttonholes sews I Laura Morris 437-3233
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wind can Bunnell Florida, under act of on buttons, embroideries and' After 6:00 P. M. .
snap an: arm-size March 1. 1S7C.
monograms darns patches, and PRICES REASONABLE
branch from
a tree and
send it :
etc. Assume remaining BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
at missile pay
ture speed through a pic One year -._,..., ii.60 ments of $6.50 a month. Phone Just as near Office
window.A :
Six month ...___ Credit umvsucois i. Phone er Pod
|l.tS Manager, CL 3-8106 Day
low-hanging branch over a tEMO rTH Drop Us A Card or Call I
tona '
roof can wreak havoc Powerful Beach. 8-15-3tc ITH : Free Pick-up & Delivery '

winds can turn the limb into a ,

tool of destruction. This t stool 1 I
can remove slate shingles as \

easily as a fish scaler can re Keep your engine' where
move scalp your car shines if you use RPM Motor
; Oils.'These depoait-free oils] I
Removing dead clean keep moving
and out-of- 1 too 1 with so clean part
place limbs is a good idea even ., to friction-free, you can save up to 1
if there is no storm alert. Such RPM gallon of gasoline in every 81 Take your choice
pruning is MOTOR OILS of two great oils-RPM ,
necessary for eye ap. Special and RPM Su-,
peal. pre"", .. Both have the
Everybody likes f.o.ee a car that's mirror-clean. new ashless detergent
Fanlike fungus growing on What you can't see is important too-those that keeps your engine young.So stop at Stand :
the side of a tree aid,,,where
trunk indicates hard.workingpar'.insideyourenginelThat'' we take better care of Your car. '*' ,
rotten spots that heed at STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY r I ,:
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tention. A hole "
made by' a : .
woodpecker damage by earlier ,} i

storms or the gouge of an auto t ,I
bumper: can start rotten spots. I
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The auto made wound can '
easily be filled with a watertight "
material as It is not more :
than kneeling height. But other I
I rotting areas will require experience 'I.n

at 'climbing to dizzy
heights on a (trembling ,
1 Having the know-how of
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[tist is also helpful. ladder'l i L r I

(cheaper in the long run M

ja professional to handle the
{ttee-top jobs

Some older trees with Y-' i

shaped crotches often are prone ,
[ o cleave apart. Check the trees

jn this category If necessary ,, :,
>lace temporary props in the ,

appropriate places, or make the
jree one unit again with steel t
ods' and turn-buctles.) 2

Remove decayed trees that are
loo weak to hold up ,under the
1 train of a storm. This action 1

|till save you grief later. I

Palm fronds with saw tooth to

|.tems are wicked to deal with Y

propelled! by an 80-mile per
our wind. So, clean away all 1 \
lose' palm leaves at the first d ..dti t
lint .
of
a storm.
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Trees are not apt !to crush a '
>use if they succumb to a big

low, Usually, as the soil be- ..,
w
mes soggy and wind stronger I
le: trees fall gently against. the f ti t ,:.FTi I

If the trees lean a- J ,, r 1 '
11nst, I I
the house during the first ;1 1F
I,If of the
storm, this is an
set The trees then serve as
|prop to hold the house snug-

and safely during the seed -I
half of the blow. ,
Uctually, a hrndred mile
per I ,
|ur wind is ".J '
not
as dangerousj I -'I. '
j it sounds, if necessary f"

it are taken before the meas.j STANDARD .. "
f.ches gale force, plus a
indoors while the unwel-
Ine lady is dancing around
(side.
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your home is located In ana I' If e,

that might be flooded,
hi be given ample notice to''

cuate hours before the storm W. C. SULLIVAN AGENT BUNNELL

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FOUR. THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, August 22"I ,

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More than 2,000 pounds of ,OLD NATIONAL ROAj

Food for TomorrowIs Florida Leads I II "rough" fish were taken from The Old National Road,

I Florida's Silver Springs and the ing 609 miles from Cum
Man's In Fish CatchIn
Challenge DOHT MISS Silver River cently under the

supervision of the Florida Game Maryland, to Vandalla, II

Wheat on Mars. Vine ripened The SouthFish and Fresh Water Fish Commis was built to link the Eas
tomatoes on the ocean floor.

Pretty far out you say? Well from Florida's oceanic I I sion. I the West. Finished In

perhaps. But Dr. A. T. Wallace, fish-farm supplies much of the TK&TATIVK BITOGKTIIKARP a cost of $7,000,000, it w_ _
OK
University of Florida geneticistand nation's need for fine seafoods. \ : NOTH: FOR NO UITOO'VTnOI. greatest wagon route in a '

head of the Agricultural No other southern state (and SAlE (' 1.."B..dh'lIf IIISTIUCTfrUcal September tton.

Experiment Stations' Plant Science only two others, one east and ', Pursuant to SUIB provisions* liWrt of Florida- y'r

Section, says these and one west has a fish catch worth ida Statutes, notice hereby given IN THE C'IRCllT: '.CORV u
i / will beheld FLAGLKIl COUNTY; FLORIDA
meetlnir:
other equally fantastic accomplishments as much annually as Florida that public IN (:HAKCttHY: A
East
the
I IOFTHE'I by Board
are all within the The fish that did not get away :i quito Control District of GEORGE COLEMAN DAV1SJ: I, '
I Commissioners on September 4th, PlatntUFREDERICA'D.
realm of reason.'Man from Florida's commercial fishermen U63. 1:30 foii.the office on Highway vs
I of dl.. .
last year had a total A1A. purpose DAIVS
may some day run out i I, cussing the Tentative ProposedDudget Defendan
value of $31 million at the docks. for fiscal year ending September NOTICE TO UKKKN1)
of land and be required to produce I I' 30. 1981. THB STATE OF FLORIDA,
Processing, icing, freezing and Budget Is summarlxed: below: FREDERICA D DAVIS
plants that will grow on delivery added more mil !, Salaries .............................10.434.00 450 S. Ridge Street
other planets, or in salt water," many i I Repair. & Services ..... 279.00 Southern Pines, N. C
lions before the seafood reachedconsumers' ,1 Tools A Supplies 5000 You are hereby notified t
he said. 1i Legal A Tax .. .. ...:::::::. 800:00 suit has been filed against
'I n
tables.In i Insurance ..... .............. 875,00 the above entitled cause, an:
';We now have corn and pea the weight of last year's I Incidentals ................. 687.00 are hereby required kt"orlhr.ou

varieties,that ripen in one'single catch, 186.7 million pounds, II Total..................... .....I1S.20500 and ewer to with serve' the a copy thereof t

day and. we can produce cer Florida ranked 11th among the I Lyman Gage. Secretary. the plaintiff or plaintiffs atto
whose
Aug U-ZIJ-Ztc name and address is:
tarn flowers such as chrysanthe states. This Florida ,catch Included SAMUEL V IIOLCH

mums any day of the year," he 37 million pounds of I Notice !III hereby NOTICE given that theCity 110 Palatka.N. Third Florida Srteet

points out as two examples Menhaden and other inediblefish assessment roll will be submitted not later than September K, "
to the Equalising/ Board of 1963. ,
thought Impossible only a4 few brought into Femandina the City of rtunnell Florida, toapproval r If' you fall to do so. decree
on Tuesday, the 3rd day confesso will be entered agallyou
years ago. Beach for processing into oils of September. A. 1>. 1961 at 8:00 for the relief demanded In
"''Just think what an aid in and fertilizers. I I P. M. In the office of the City Clerk. bill of complaint The nature of II
All persons desiring to have corrections suit being for divorce.
harvesting it would be'If 1 vegetables Hlllsborough, Monroe and Lee In such roll, whether in, WITNESS my; hand and seal"

: such as tomatoes and counties were tops in the state's I the listing or the valuation of laid Court this 14th day' of A
property, or otherwise are hereby gust A. D, 1963. \
; peas produced their fruit at the $18 million shrimp catch. Frank required to, file with the City Clerk (Official Seal: E. A. SMYTHEAug 1
or at th their
meeting petition of said Circuit
top of the plantThis! would lin and Levy stood first in setting forth their objections to'Iuch Dy Julia. R. Harvey Cour.

allow a.machine .to do all the ter production and food OYS.I assessments and the corrections Deputy Cler
which they desire to have 1S-22.29 Sept 5-4tc
'
\ picking." came more from the Gulf co he I made
Dr. Wallace talkS' about'these : Mrs. Nancy O Koditers l\ TUB CIRCUIT ('01'RT OP
ties than from those along n'l AUIrln. Clerk of Bunnell, Florida ACJLKn COUNTY, FLORIDA
I .
and other possibilities with com Atlantic. . % -2tcI1W IN CHANCKRY NO. 4720
I JOAN
plete authority. .He is in chargeof '\ I : THE CIRCUIT COIRT OFKLARLKR QUINTAVALLE.Plaintiff,
: ,
one of the largest cobalt-GO The mighty tarpon-one' of the! l R I NO'IV CHANCKHY COVNTY NO. 4721 FLORIDA: ROBERT QUINTAVALLE.Defendant va .

Irradiator facilities In the U. S. fine game fish exhibited at Maw I OEARIGHTYPlaintiff .
a.! NOTICE TO DEFEND
used in research to develop ne rineland of Florida rises to the WILLIAM K'OEARIOHTT[ THE STATE! OF FLORIDA TO: '

hybrids and varieties in the surface (to gulp down air when r. Defendant KOBKRT 933 South QUINTAVALLB Fourth! Street

plant and animal kingdoms in the water is in short BTOTICKrTO DKKKKD Llndenhurst. -New York
oxygen THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: You are hereby notified that a
"Plants and animals can .be t. supply. WILLIAM K. GEARIOHTY, tuft hat been filed against you In
Whose place of residence and the above entitled' cause, and you
adapted to new surrounding, ; 1'ostOfflce address are unknown are hereby required ,
and conditions through changesin in:the form of 240 wafers, eaCh You are hereby notified that a swan with the ktoorlhr.o'go\: :
suit has been and to
Hied against you In 8t'rVEa copy thereof upon
their genes known as muta about 1A6 inch thick and %: the above entitled cause; and you the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney ,
'. are hereby required to our answer whose name and address is:
i tlons, he explains. "Mutation inch in diameter, These wafers with the Clerk of this Court: SAMUEL V HOLCH

goes on spontaneously* but very were shipped to Gainesville f ina and to serve a copy thereof upon 110 N. Third Street
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, I'alatka, Florida
slowly, at all timesin all living three-ton lead container and whose. name ana address Is: not later than September 16, A. D.

things. are kept submerged 13 feet deep Selden RAY SELDEN Building 1963.It yOU fall to do 110, decree pro

The purpose irradiating plantsand in a water tank when not in i Daytona Beach Florida confesso will be entered against
not later than September 21st. A. D. you for the relief demanded In the
animals Is to speed up the 18oA.If bill of I
I complaint "The nature of
production of mutations so that use.Because of the extremely penetrating ,confesso, J you fall will to be>> tdo: 80, decree- pro said suit being for divorce. !,
entered against WITNESS my hand and seal of
researchers can find and isolate I nature of the cobalt-60 you tor the relief demanded in the sasTiSKr13th day of Au-
bill
of complaint. The
genes with desirable character gamma rays, this water tank I is said,5u'ic&elnr' ( for divorce.nature of (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE

istics' 'I located in the center of a radiation WITNESS my hand and seal of Clerk jX said Circuit Court
laid Court this'
20th day of Au. Dy R. Harvey
How does all this place? pit 30 feet wide, which has Rust .A.. I.!. 1863. Deputy Clerk
Ac'l I I tumcial seal) E. A. SMYTHE Aug, 1S-22-2J & Sept. 6itcN
cording to Dr. Wallace, concrete walls 12 feet high SSTJUfc said Circuit Court

plants and animals are exposedto banked with hundreds of feet R. Harvey I THE COUNTY; JUDGE'S: COURT
Deputy Clerk IY ANn 'OR Jo'IAOLEIt .
COUN .
irradiation, the genes in! the of earth. Aug. 22.29 Sept S-U-Hc TV, 'LoRlnA. IY 1.1t0BATF..
IN
plants or animals are disarrang Amaze of driveway leads into IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ESTATE TilE MATTER OF OF THE

ed This results In the appearance the radiation pit. When the hi frLAGLKR IN CHANCERY COUNTY, FLORIDA FRANK P. DILOEn, Deceued.
NO. 4T07 NOTICE OF ENTRY 0. ,
of characteristics not irradiator is submerged, trucks CAROLYN I' ROSS 0. ADMINIMTRAT10N ORDER

normally apparent. can be used to move large experimental LEE' Plaintiff. All person.INN havlnl'ECF.SSARY claims or deF .
TERRY
r Through plant and animal materials in to be ROSS befendant. mends v Dn**rpa'IYlt.thV8tat8, of Frank

breeding, the researcher seeksto irradiated. A 17-Loot wide, 20- 0 THE NOTICE TO DKKKVD are hereby notified named that decadent an-
STATE OF FLORIDA, TO order of
develop species exhibitingthese ton concrete lid hovers over the TERRY LEE ROSS : administration entered unnece
tluTet' by the Hon'
new characteristics.The Irradiator and storage tank on Harrisburg 601 County Road ore Judre h.K.fc MfKn.'Mt.' county:
Pennsylvania t
cobaU-GO Irradiator emits a metal framework. The lid reduces You are hereby notlned that a of said tattee exclusive total cash<>f?value that
nit has
been
rays which penetrate and the intensity of 'radiation ._ e-" riMYou're the above entitled filed cause against, and you you In laws polo then State the constitution of Florida.and I.

change genes resulting in the directed skyward. are hereby required to to file your UOOO.OO: that the names and
answer with addressee
the
Clerk of this of those
mutations," the researcher says, Experimental materials are in the driver's seatat Court, and to serve : copy thereof estate has been assigned to whom by such said
nthpUntlff order
explaining "Cobalt is a grayish placed inside the radiation ptt the big Ford SaleOfTheYear. torney whose name and PKtlff address at.I.: Rebecca are as Lewis followlI Dilger: Route I

metal with an atomic weight of Everyone then leaves the fenced JAMES H. TUCKER Box U, Dunneil, 'Ia:
Red, white, or blue- 211 North Rldgewood Avenue Df'rthola numuuen, U63 Glen'
59 in the ordinary non-radioac enclosure and the gate is locked, l)a'tona Beach. Florida Wood Avenue Chicago 10, 111. ,
tive Soft-Top or HardTopyouname not later than September lIt, A. D. Dated this 29th day of July. 19SJ
state. But, when it is bombarded Dr. Wallace emphasizes, addingthat 1963. /$/ Rebecca Lewis I
Dilger
with neutrons in an I every precaution. must be it, it's waiting for you confullo If you fall will to be do entered 10, decree pro AuI' 1"-U-U-4tc

atomic reactor it becomes radio.active I taken with the you for the against IN
dangerous gamma Total Performance relief demanded In the TilE CIRCUIT COURT, SBV-
A bill
cobalt-60 and gives off rays. The irradiator Is red aisa now said of suit complaint being for The divorce.nature of AND FNTII FOR DI 'tA'oL :'RC :""ldNT':

i gamma rays." by remote control Ford at the 'year's lowest saidlCourt9 20th I day ofaAue ? LORIDA n'K. FAULHABER.EQUITY NO. 4711:2

"The University of Florida's control building for the amountof prices. Falcons Fairlanes f Mclt.atUE.: f Plaintiff

radioactive cobalt he "is time desired. A. SMYTHE vs.
,
says Super-Torque Fordsprovedfor Clerk of laid Circuit Court LOUISE FAULHABER..
Dy Julia R. HarveyAug. Defendant.

durability around the 22A SePt. S'U-Uc Deputy Clerk NOTICE TO ANN APPEAR WER AND

IN TIlE NAME OF THE STATE
24 HourWrecker .sl.: world. Get 'em while they'rehotat NORTH ORMOND DRAINAGE OF FLORIDA
DIITRICTNOTICE TO: LOUISE FAULHABER
Service your neighborhoodFord -I.Am You are hereby notified that asuit
OWNERSliy has
been brought against you
dealer's MEETING In the Circuit Court of Flagl
Notice hereby County,,, }' l'E UI< by
; given that JOHN FAULHABER. Plaintiff
situated in ttheoNorthoOrmond use you are hereby required to
Truck & Tractor Co ,
Flagler personally or by attorney
OFFICIAL Flagler eCountiest. hereby 1 called with the Clerk of said Court your
written to tde
to be held defenses If any
at the
MASSEY-FERGUSON trict at UO office of the Die complaint In said suit, on or be'
fleabr8fze Boulevard, fore the J A D
of August.
Grove. Industrial Equipment ing Laytona in the Beach, Florida, same be. 1863 and rod:! serve a co y of
Thursday, County of Vplusia on your written defenses upOn p esers.
VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 August U UU 2 o'- O"llnlky ** Krol Attorneys tor
inc Supervisorshanduforsany Plaintiff at their office at
add..B
other
Owner Bunnell, Florida meeting. that may come before the 411 Florida Main oa Street or before the 31st d'

FORP At such election of August. A D Wl as requl
acre of land in the each and ever by Florida Rule of Court a
District herela
r.pr8l..nt one shall fall not or Decree will
share and fesso -
shall be each owner and Final Decree
person or by entitled to one vote In entered against you by default
signed for proxy tn writing. duly That the name of the Court Q
CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. In lIuch each acre of land owned which said suit has been Instltu ds .

mar tOri rt'pre and ent their rWardsuExecu, Is the Circuit Circuit of Court.Florida.Seventhdlclal In a 4

Administrators may rep for Flatter County Florida, Q
B. CRAIG. Funeral Director CLEARANCE sons resent and the Private Estate of deceased per : Equity and that the title of : jI ty
be Corporations ma I cause Is as herelnabove set
JOHN HARDIK. Associate duly represented bI.their offlcerll orIt You are further notified that
Is ordered that nature of said suit is a suit T
this Notice be divorce
AIR OXYGEN PUblllhed once a week for two WITNESS hand and sealoffice f
con my
IIfcutive
LADY weeks In the Daytona at Bunnell. Florida, this ..
Reach
CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED Observer a )>4'r pub day of July A D. 19(1.

: ATTENDANT: AMBULANCES Bunnell Motor Co. and FlagleraTribune' gYnews-. that Circuit A. Court as of Clrl FU e

.. paper published In Flal'ler County, County, Florida
Florida.
Phone ID 7-3532 Phone ID 7.3301 August I.Date 1961 ef nrat publicatio O8SIN8KT(CII'lt c.*.RI1OL1)

I order of Solicitors for Plaintiff
201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. BUNNELL FLORIDA BOARD P SUPERVISORS 411 Main Street
FLOIUDAI V. Guy Day, Secretary. Daytona Beach FloridaAug
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_Thursday, August 22, 1963 THE AGLER _TRIBUNE BUNNELL. FLORIDA PAGE FIVE


:: I, Enjoy Eating I Florida Cattlemen' .

r For Less MoneyLooking \Have 10th Institute

SHELTON'S
for ways to get more I' Florida's tenth annual Cattle- GROCERY
eating enjoyment with your tlemen's Institute will be held
;. '. food dollar? To help the home- i at Lake Placid 4-H Camp Clove
'., maker save money and eat bet- I: leaf, Tuesday, August 27. More' "Your Friendly Co-op Store"
"'. ter\Dr. R. L. Reddish associate I than 200 cattlemen are expected
'meats specialist with' the Florida '1'to attend the institute which is fie 103 SOUTH RAILROAD STREET
Agricultural Extension Service being sponsored by the Florida b
'
offers these tips on meat Agricultural Extension Service.I t QUANTITY RIGHTS PRICES GOOD
uying. 1 "Application of agricultural : THROUGH
Buy surplus meat items which engineering to the cattle industry RESERVED THURS., FRI., SAT..
ave been reduced. When meat will be stressed at the annual : August 2223.24, 1963

ruts become plentiful' meat event" reports J. E. Pace, WE GIVE TOP
VALUE
packers lower the price to move animal husbandman with the I STAMPS

arge volume of these cuts. The Extension Service: The program(I FLORIDA GRADE "A"
tallers sell these surplus meat is designed to inform cattlemen j I CENTER RIBHensL
ferns as "specials." It is easy'' and keep them abreast of experimental STEWING

to save as much as $1.50 to $3, work being accompj j i Pork *
n a 15-pound ham if you buy lashed by agricultural agencies o/" Chops 69
t"as a "special." i and of current methods of improving j I .

elect large, plump, meaty ranch and cattle op. i{: 1
cuts in roasts, steaks and chops. 1 I!eratlons.: ), THRIFTWAY SLICEDBACON
The homemaker will have bet- : I
= Lterj meat at a lower cost per! Officially opening the institute!I "
R rving, according to Reddish. I will be Aart Hlgble, executive I II LIMIT TWO 55*
vice president of the Florida Cattlemen's .
r5 [Find cuts that are properly I ,
Association who will, FLORIDA GRADE "A"
,
immed.
t If meat is selling for
be followed by T. C. Skinner,
cents
$0 a pound, each ounce university agricultural Extension\ -4 to 6 Lb. Avg.
of bone, fat and lean meat cost
engineer, who will I Parts :
report on Fryer
J [five cents. Meat
cuts may con- Florida's plan service. I Sloe ,der u.
[Lain :three or more ounces ofsiste oast
bone or fat Select steaks Highlighting the morning LEGS 49
slon will be ses'l II
d ant roasts that have thin lay* a discussion of I
ers of fat on the outside and ture irrigation and drainage BREASTS In 49
by Dalton Harrison associate LAMB

agricultural engineer of the extensive THIGHS' '
>k for quality cuts High service. '
quality pork, beef and lamb I Kicking off the afternoon session NECKS AND S".erChopSL.69*

fijutsjliave, small flakes of fat will be Skinner speakingon BACKS, Lb. I5e
Palled marbling, thin fat layers, the subject of constructing '
a bright, flsh-colored lean and better ranch fences. WINGS, *9C

yiteltextured lean. Select pork Wintering beef cattle a major Lb, .. .. ... *3 C FRESH OCEANMULLET
[Cuta that are firm, thick and problem of the cattle industry
: >lump. will be discussed Lb $4-00
by a panel WORLD'S BEST 6 A
[Buy large cuts and serve three composed of cattlemen who will For
;,y rorjmore different meals. More speak from personal experience.' Greeed Beef 5
[meals from meat can be ob- The speakers will be L. A. Beck. Los $195 SHRIMP Lb.
7ge
pained by buying large cuts such er, Fort Pierce; One Lee St
fasjlamb shoulders, lamb legs, Cloud; R. W. Griffith, Lake
'" [whole, half, or butt of a smoked Wales, and H. C. Douglas

''y ham, Boston butts, beef ribroasts Zephyrhills.DBJCTOHQST. SHORTENING: REGULAR SIZECOKES MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
and beer arm pot roasts.
The three basic rules on how I, CRISCO

o get 'the; most from, your meat'select 5 : ,. ,
y. "
are to 'it wisely; care for
't improperly, and icook it correctI COLLEGE GROUP .' '
NOVEMBER 13-14 3 Lb. 58 Carton J 1Q t Lb. 48

(The, 'island of Cuba, although Daytona Beach Junior College Tin Tin
topical, has no dangerously will host the fall meeting of Plus Bottle
i poison snakes. 'the Florida Association of Pub Depo.itLimit

lic Junior Colleges November One Each of Above Three With Purchase of $5.00 or More Food Order
13 and 14, President Bergengrensaid ,
today.
FRANK ALLEN REYNOLDS He said information received

+ 'ir +t D.D.S. from Dr. Joseph Fordyce President I VALUES GALORE I
. s of Central Florida Junior
College at Ocala and FAPJC Golden Yellow
) 's, President, revealed
ANNOUNCESBeginning that more Lb.
than 100 presidents deans and Del Monte Buffet BANANASSunkut fOe

September 7th faculty from Florida's Public FRUIT COCKTAIL

I, "' Junior Colleges will be on hand For ......................
Hi* Office Will Be Closed for the meeting.The 7
r Riviera Motel in LEMONS 3 For fOe
t,ns Saturdays All Day. Daytona
Shurfine 303 $
Beach will serve as headquar
ters for the conference. PEAR HALVES White BoilingONIONS

JJ Wfl -- For..............,........ Lbs.
1i A 4 2 Zge
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
Showboat 300POi

M .AMBULANCE & BEANS

1I PHONE VAlley J625 For ........ .. .
SERVICE : .T:
.
ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA .
Gerber's Strained 5 oz. .. Autocrat
[yever be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We BAB FOOD10For '

we always at your senrlce with promptness safety and ...,.. ... ICE CREAM 1/ ClL 59C
[experience. .r.-:,
f ..
'4 } [Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator Bush's 300 f 'iio, McKENZIE'S
WHOLE OKRACAULIFLOWER
BABY r.
Garcia Funeral Home LIMAS .
,; For ........ ..::. c
P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director 10 'SPEC. BUTTER BEANS

LADY ASSISTANT BROCCOLI SPEARS

..................V..fI..................fl....................V.r..."'...V..,r."J\ Sunlite 300.> I "' For
TOMATOES 4 89C

For ......................
NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCE 8 MIX OR MATCH
'
The fire insurance policies we write still give the came 8H )fiffiaaHffiaHHO&8&
''Y, dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy additional

'' ?, ? little extra coverage cost.Remember benefits-Rome Owner's Policy-at very 50 FREE 25 FREE SO FREE SO

TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP
VALUE
+, H. T. Cook Agency! IM ready to help you STAMPS

'", take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 4373361 With purchase of.. With purchase of With purchase of
or stop in lOOn for fall details. $2.00 Worth of Cosmetics 3 Lbs. or More Chuck $5.00 or More Food
'" Dental Supplies Roast'
or Order
H. T. COOK AGENCY

Phone 437-3361 Citizens Bank Building BannelL Flo. Coupon void after 8-24-63 Coupon void after 8-24-63 Coupon void after 82463It

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Thursday, August 22, 1963
TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA
SIX THE FLAGLER -. -,--- I
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H. I


I U'laqier 0 V5each f FLAGLER FOOD STORE


.:' : ,",:( "',=/ .' j
FLAGLER WOMAN'S NEWS EXECUTIVE BOARD
"No rest for the weary" would OF FBPTA MEETING .
seem an appropriate slogan for The executive board of the
the Flagler Woman's Club by Flagler Beach PTA met last
the reports given at their last Tuesday at the home of Mrs. PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI., SAT., QUANTITY RIGHTS

summer meeting held Wednesday Pete Peterson, president. Other August 222324.1963 RESERVEDU.
morning.Mrs. officer attending were were Mrs.
R. N. Hoover greeted the Bob Whitney, vice president;
24 members and five guests at Mrs. Tom Galloway, secretary, S. CHOICE GRADE BEEF NATURALLY AGED EXPERTLY PREPARED
the door, while Mrs. Charles and Mrs. Richard Llttlefleld,
Sindelar and Miss Emily Gage treasurer.
ARMOUR'S STAR SMOKEDHAMS
had coffee and an assortmentof Mrs. Peterson has appointedthe
sweets ready to serve pre. following to serve as chair.
ceding the meeting that was men: program advisor, Mrs. Whole or
49
lb.
conducted by Mrs. Jasper White, Leonard Moody and the execu :
president.For live board; hospitality, Mrs. ShaRk Half
Robert Owens membership, Mrs.
the devotional, Mrs. Roger ;
Hoose read the Twenty-Third Bryce Sheeler; devotional, Mr.
Psalm as a tribute to Mrs. Clar and Mrs. Bill Babbitt; publicity, CENTER SLICES HAM, Lb.
ence Shultz, who resigned as Mrs. Robert McDaniel; publica 8ge }M.
first vice president due to reasons tions, Mrs. Charles Mlssinni;

of health. The club regrets Room representative, Mrs. V.: U. S. Choice Grade Full Cut U. S. Choice Grade
the resignation. In her place W. Haines; civil defense, Mr.
they chose Mrs. H. G. Heydt and Mrs. Tom Duncan; hallo. MINI Steak u. ( Club Steak1'89'Palm
\ with Mrs. Harold Massie beingin ween, Mrs/ Hugh Dnimmond; 89 '
charge of the programs for co-halloween, Mrs. Jack Robin. .
the year. son; halloween dinner, Mrs. Bill
I I Tidwell; co-dinner Mrs. Jade River Sliced Copeland's All Meat
Mrs. :Massie
presented a
proposed
Abbott, and graduation, Mrs.
list of and the
picked programs out the ones of Charles Meejdns. u u
group <
Plans for the year were discussed
most Interest to them. The first and the budget was presented BACON 49 FRANKS 49
one will be a "Welcoming Tea"to and approved for presen
be held in September. Others
tation at the first meeting. Tuesday .
chosen were a travelogue, picnic,
September 10, will be the
MAXWELL HOUSE HENDERSON'S OR HERSHEY
sight seeing trip auction, panel
first meeting. It will be in the
discussion and musical.
a
school cafetorium at 7:30: P.M.
Miss Emily Gage spokesmanof and a nursery will be availablefor '
the piano committee was small children who accompany COFFEEu. :
pleased to announce the club's their parenti.MEmODIST SUGARr,
recent purchase of a piano that
will be helpful in future pro. CHURCH
grams. Mrs. Frank Brede, ways Church school time is at 9:45A.
and means chairman, reportedthe .M. and morning worship is at 491; 5Lb. 49
Friendship Drive was well 11 o'clock with Rev. Reynold N, .
underway and "thanks" to those Hoover, minister. Last Sunday Hag ;.
who have been so generous. Russell Howard, retired Method
The Dollar Dividend Contest is 1st minister from Daytona Beach LIMIT ONE OF EACH WITH YOUR $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER
going full blast and the Dol was guest pastor. Next Sundaythe

lars team captains, Mrs. V. W. church school will render MIRACLE 'WHIP,; Qt.................. .49c 2I/. Can Food King .
Haines and Mrs. Paul Kelly and special music.
Mail in t for
the Dividend captains, Mrs. Today, between 1:90and 3 25c Cash coupon, Refund.................. .... 25e "**."' < ..
Harold Massie and Mrs. Bennie P.M., the entire church school t. : Apricots 29 ;

Clay urge their team membersto will have a swimming party at Your Net Coat,..Qt................!..:... 24c
'get on the bal/ as the team
the home of Mr and Mrs. Bob ) '
I bringing in the least mortgage Henderson. .
money will have to serve the The. official board will meet 2Vf Shurfine 2Va Shurfine HalvesCOCKTAII

contest winning ends team the a first luncheon.fall meet.The immediately worship service following Sunday the mornIng Sep-. FRUIT 3 Far $1 <0"0> Pears 2 For 69 .

ing, September 11. tember 1. On Sunday, Septem.
The library report given by ber 8, Dr. Joe A. Tolle, district
Mrs. R. K. Hirst showed a good superintendent' will be guest
response to the library and new minister.A Welch's I Shurfine Evaporated
readers were coming in each church fellowship dinner
Thursday afternoon from 1 to will follow the morning worship Welohde QL Large
4:30. The '"Wearhouse' ," consist. service on the 8th and Dr. Tolle 3 89 MILK 3 39*
ing of good used articles of will hold the quarterly conference Casa Cass .
clothing can be seen at this immldiately after the din ;
time also. ner.
Miss Emily Gage announcedthe Van Camp's Pork & r AD Save 40c
"hamburger fry" for Satur COMMUNITY CHURCH
day, August 24, to be held at Sunday school is at 9:45: A.M. rail ". 99
Detergent
her residence, seven miles northof with classes for all ages. Morn BEANS 45 $1
the Flagler Beach pier was ing worship is at 11 o'clock with 52 Oz Caa lox I
shaping up for the Dollars team I Rev. R. W. Dickwt, pastor.
with she and her sister, Flora, I For Automatic Washers
being in charge. The proceeds,
go toward the dub mortgage I BAPTIST CHUBCH 303 Sunlite Aluminum
and the public is urged to Sunday school is at 9:45: A. M.
their tickets and help the team get and morning worship is at 11 Tomatoes g F" ( Lawi Chairs ,Each
99 $369
win the contestPETERSON o'clock with Rev. Atlee Stevens, .
pastor Training Union is at
6:45 P.M. and evening worshipIs

SERVICE TEXACO at 7:45. Garden Fresh Produce '.

ROAD SERVICE JUICY SUNKIST LtilYiUPid Doz. 39'c 50 EXTRA FREE 50 .
Light Mechanical Work Mr. and Mrs. George Moody,
Phone 437-3441 Boxmell Sr., returned Monday from Montgomery HONEYDEW Each S & H GREEN STAMPS

Ala., after visiting with MELLONS 39C With this coupon and your
friends and relatives. En route
home they visited with Mr. and CRISPY CELERY Z Stalks For 250YEUX Purchase of $10.00 or
TV SERVICEALL
Mrs. Newt Hall in Fort Walton.Community More Food Order

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|KCNK TH WAYDE CARROLL 'said the meeting will begin at Holden last week. He was en
: Born Friday, August 16 at the I 17.30 and all members are urged I route to Miami for a short va
{ Halifax Hospital a son to Mr. I to attend. cation.
i and Mrs. Wayde Carroll; He i
J weighed four pounds, ten ounces I Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cook had as Benton Eisenbach has returned
L OC LS and has been given the name of, their house guests the past two I from the Ormond Beach Hospital
: Kenneth Wayde. weeks their daughter, Mrs. Harry t where he underwent minor
Mrs. Carroll is the former Miss Glgnac and four children of surgery Tuesday;
Bunnellltes enjoying a camp I Mr. 'and Mrs. Ardin Kinney I Mona Homsby of Bunnell. The I Largo "

ing at Maggie Valley, N. C., in- are vacationing in Iowa I'I maternal grand parents are Mr. Blue-green algae some 2.6 billion -
elude Mrs Z; G. Holland Jr., and I i and I i Mrs. Winston Hornsby. Terry Caudill of Elizabethton, I years old are the first;forms
son, Zachery; Mr and Mrs. Cor Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Stur- I II I I Tenn, visited here with his I lot life for which man has fos-
dell Robertson and sons, Boyd man returned Saturday after a Miss Diana McKnight left t grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom''sll records.
and Greg; Mrs. L. L. Brannam, visit in Onancook, Va., and I Tuesday for Pittsburg, Pa., where I
Susan and James Alan Bran Ocean City Delaware with his she is a member of a school fac
nam; and former residents, Mr. son in law and daughter, Mr. I ulty. She had visited here dur
and Mrs. Dave Cowan and child and Mrs. William Marshall. Mr.Sturman's ing the past week with her par
ren of Orlando. son, and daughter in ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H Mc.
law, Dr. and Mrs. Bill Sturmanof Knight Jr., and her grand par .1
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Blakely have East Orange; N. J., joined I ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Barber:
returned home after a weeks va them for a visit of two days. I II and Mrs. F. H. Howell. II I

cation spent in' North Carolinaand I - ,
Tennessee. Visiting here Wednesday with Robert Cook Is expected to re ,
Mrs. Randy Gordon were her turn home during the weekend
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Mr and Mrs. T. E. Holden are I parents, Mr, and Mrs. C. W. from Chicago, Ill., where he has 2000 REWARDS
spending two weeks in Ormond Thompson and daughters, Nan been employed during the summer .
Beach while the Sam Blacks are I cy and Barbara, of WUl1ston.I . He will leave August 27
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vacationing in North Carolina They were returning home from for Gainesville to begin train.
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and Tennessee. j I 1 j I a short holiday in Daytona ing with the University of Florida INFORMATION LEADING TO SALE OF
Beach. football
:Mr. and Mrs. Corbett Terrell I team. Lindsay Water Conditibners

ofJKey Stone Heights were vaca Weekend guests of Mrs. Steal.la .
Mrs. Ray Carle is in Tallahasseethis PAYABLE TO FIRST PARTY TO NOTIFY
tioning at Flagler Beach the Layton and G. C. Jr., includedMrs.
past week. They also visited I week attending a summer Lewis Coker, Mr. and Mrs.
session of the school of Cosme- LINDSAY FRAZIER
with Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ford. Cecil Pallock of Lakeland, and -
Mr. Terrell is Mrs. Ford's broth. tolgy which is sponsored by the Mrs. Earlene Coker and three
I I State Board. RENTALS ON FULLY AUTOMATIC FIBERGLASS'CONDITIONERS
er. children of Daytona Beach.
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Mrs. W. J. Jones and Mrs. Rod : The Royal Neighbors will meet RENT APPLIED TO PURCHASE
Rev. Robert Carr and daughter, gers Turner were in Seville and at the home of Mrs. Florence
- Mrs. Roberta Pollock and son, of DeLand 'I CL 22220 Beach
Thursday. They attended Norcross, North AlA on Monday -Daytona.
Zellwood, visited here Thursdaywith I the funeral of Mrs. Jones evening, August 26 Mrs. Akers ,_
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Yel aunt, Mrs. Izora Flowers in De- - .-- ---- .--- --- -_ _. -- ---
vington Rev. Carr is a former .
I land and also visited with members '"
pastor of the Bunnell Methodist I 1 .
of the family in Seville 1 I I
Church, and Mrs. Yelvington is I

his niece. Sara Rodgers left last weekof ( ',1 :' ,
Seoul where she will teach
Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. in the American Dependant '.
Walter Morris included his School. She had spent the sum. : < ,,

brother in law and sister, Mr. mer here visiting with her par : I:' I, :,
and Mrs. Henry Steen and ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Rod )0 I 7 ... : "I ' I
daughter, Janet of Glasgow, Ky. i gers and other relatives. ,:. t ,,: ,
Their sem, H. B. Steen, is SpendIng I I. ,i.'" ', '
some time here with the] Cadet Arthur Carle and Cadet I .' "i<.i7
Morris family. Lon Brugh of Milton, spent the]I I 1r
i past weekend here with Mr. and I j II I,
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wells had Mrs. Ray Carle and family I
as theirs guest last+woekend his I ,. I _,". '.01 "
r 'Richard' ''' ;'''' .;VI f '. 'II".."! "I' I.'
grand 'daughter, Miss Alice Faye. Yelvington left Tuesday I t j,
Carnes of East Palatka. for Phoenix Ari., ,where he
is employed. Enroute he will ,
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Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. visit friends in Atlanta and :
Andy Yelvington several days Athens. He had spent a vacation I '
:last week was lIal Royster of here with his mother, Mrs. }

Lakeland and New York City. Laurie Yelvington. |!

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AGE TEN THE FLAGLEB TRIBUNE, EUNNELL! FLORIDA Thursday, August 22, 1963
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Florida Has More Delay in
IDon't The telephone number Is Clinton "School construction and operation

\ Varieties of Citrus Filing Claim for 35601. and amounted the lunch to $9.1 program million .


i Than Other, States : Social SecurityDelay I JFloridians Get added pital construction$6.3 million totaled more. Hos-$6.5 HIT E EBIG

), Did you know that Florida in filing a disability'Back Some $$ t I million The above programs
has more varieties of citrus claim under the social security 1 made up most of the $158.7 mil-

I. than anywhere else in the program can cause loss of benefit From WashingtonFloridians lion which was funneled through
United States payments, Mell D. Eadie, so. 1 state agencies in Florida for expenditure I

The Sunshine State's commercial cial security manager In Day- received a "return"of or distribution
citrus crop consists of eight tona Beach, said today. 196 million of their tax dol. "Sums paid directly to Flor I

.,-10 varieties of oranges, five Many people with serious illness lars paid to Washington last ida individuals totaled $37.8 mil-
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way t f,!grapefruit, one of tangerines or Injuries. fail !to inquire year, ,the Florida, State Chamberof lion. Lumped together, research.
and one of limes, plus numerous about disability benefits because Commerce reported In its ers into problems related to
minor forms. This compares they rely on information from, Weekly Business Review. health In Florida accounted for
with California's two varities friends and neighbors which I "This sum was made up of $8.7 million, a 41 per cent jump
of oranges, one of grapefruitand may be incorrect or out of date,I so-called grants-in-ald. Actual. over the former year.

two of lemons. or think their condition Isn't ly, they are not grants at all "Federal and special unem'l
Citrus is not native to the serious enough or will improve. but a reimbursement of moneys ployment programs
t western hemisphere Dr. M. J. These people risk possible loss already collected within the $7.5 million; $7.0 million went
Soule, Jr., associate horticulturist of their social security benefits.! state. to farmers under conservation I

1 with the University of Flor Eadie suggested that people "The Florida return last year and soil bank plans; veterans I
f ida's Agricultural Experiment who have impairments that I received ,$6.6 million and na ,
was 10 per cent below 1961 compared -' '
Stations, says that when the keep them from working should with a national gain of tional guard $5.2 million.
J settled St. Augustine ; "Public housing, urban planning .
Spanish
i check with their social security 7 per cent. Eleven states, in addition .
400 they civil defense, conservation
nearly years ago office within four months from to Florida, showed de.
planted varieties of lemons, the date they had to stop work clines during the year. On a per ,. of natural resources, aids to ag
limes, sweet oranges and sour ing. This will help speed up capita basis, the Florida sum' riculture and a variety of research

1'1 oranges. Grapefruit was Intro. any claim for benefits and meana I.I. was equal to $36. Only New Jersey programs also received
duced from the West Indies In prompter payment of the first with $31 was lower. The! some of the returned money.
!the early 18006. In the late check. He stressed \that underno highest per capita amounts went All told, the State of Florida or
18000, tangerines, satsumas and Floridians as individuals
par.
circumstances should a disabled to Alaska with $226, followed I
I other types were brought frorr: person wait more than 18 closely by some of the western ticipated in 89 out of the 110
t Asia. months before inquiring. ""There states where extensive highwayand I I different categories set up un
\ "As plantings were being expanded Is a six-month waiting period conservation programs were : der the federal grants-in-aid

t during the late 1800'san before benefits can be paid. But underway last year. Ii I program.. I
early 19008, many growers back benefits can be paid for "Florida received $42.7 million
4 selected outstanding seedling only 12 months. So, after 18 for highway construction In 1962. j
LEGEND FOBERT BBUCE
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trees as sources of propagation
months, people will be losing This amount showed a drop of
material," reports Dr. Soule. The money," Eadie said. $31.2 million from the previous j Robert the Bruce, 14thcenturyKing
old "Indian R1ve "Hamlin" I
For more information about year. of Scotland, was exiled on
and "Pineapple" oranges and the social security disability "Old age assistance to the| Bathlln Island, a bleak speck oft
I varieties of
many grapefruitwere program, Eadie suggested that state came to $38.1 million; aid! Northern Ireland. Legend holds
all obtained from chance
people get In touch with their to dependent children to $165': that Bruce gained new courage
seedlings. Social security office and ask million and to the blind and. I there while watching a perser .
According to ithe horticulturist, s
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K for Pamphlets 29 and 871 The disabled $8.3 million. Regular i vering spider try and try again s. .
citrus trees This
sport readily. Daytona Beach social security unemployment compensation; to spin a web.
tendency has required continual -...
selection to weed out undesirable
variations among the
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standard varieties. Most old. i
line varities are today actually
groups of closely related strains. .BE "HEATUEr iuij
outstanding example of bud
THE
variations as a fertile source of S ;r I:1 &
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grapefruit.new varities is the popular ::1.1: 0ro O

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"Many of our outstanding varieties a { 4 e, \yMt
of oranges such as the'Temple" '4 1

orange, "King" orange
and "Murcott' honey orange are
the, results of chance hybrids"

Soule points out, explaining citrus .
trees hybridize readily in
nature.

y, .Man-made crosses have resulted
In Information of scientific

value<< as well as some) commercial
varities Beginning in
Florida about 1894-95 Dr. W. T. 7
Swingle, renowned California TtLj
.. scientists, and his associates 1'! r-

made numerous crosses of citrus 1

species. One group, the l roM
tangelos, crosses between grape.
Buy a winner now-at the
fruit and tangerine, proved to
I be of high quality and have become I 4F year's lowest prices I Buy a

accepted In their own Total Performance car whose
,right as a distinct form of citrus. Ljust
amazing record of wins in
'New verities of citrus, if they
.are to avoid the past fate of durability tests here and

i ) countless distinctive others, must have several dial for cool comfort with abroad stamps Ford the car of
features including

the year. Pick a Falcon Fair-
: good flavor, aroma and ape ameless
pearance," the Agricultural [ ELECTRIC .1_ lane, or Super Torque Ford
says .. :. .. . .
Experiment Station horticultur now. Drive the bargain of the
1st.rhey should have the
ability to withstand shipment; AIR CONDITIONING year today at your neighborhood

and they should mature at a Ford dealer's
,time o( year when other varieties '
of similar I characteristics Why put up with humid "hothouse" indoor ar' ':

;' are not available," Dr. Soule ex. weather that frazzles your nerves?With Electric, Air OFFICIAl.FORP

1\,\ plains."A Conditioning your whole family will, live better 2 COMFORTS IN 1 .
new high quality, early. feel healthier. Keener appetites. Refreshing sleep. Year-round electric
maturing orange would have far Reduced humidity helps prevent mildew and damp. airmndilioningcod'
greater chance of market acceptability in tummer; worm*
than a new mid- ness. Filtered, dust-free air makes housecleahingeasier. I ill winter.

season or late orange," Dr. Soule .Brings priceless comfort for mere pennies a day.
points out. A new variety should .J Tried and proven Electric Air Conditioning is

either resemble one of the common the best investment ever. Enjoyed by a halfmillionof -,

forms of citrus so that it your Florida neighbors. See your electric appliance '
can be marketed as an orange,
"" dealer air conditioning contractor today.
or .
grapefruit, or tangerine-type
fruit or 'it should\ be so distinctive CLEARANCE
I in character that it can be

sold under Its own name." I I'I itr xo f hziielessJ"
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I r wide variety, and high quality ;. / IT'S '. roo Bunnell Motor' Co.
of Florida's citrus products have
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Some of the activities during our Fall Sale:

Free, food and drinks each day. Florida
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.,,Power &. Light Co. will put on a Cooking 1


.. Demonstration. .Live music by Jerald Schatz '.

and his 'band Saturday, 2 to 6 p. m. Plenty

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" of:good buys. A drawing each, day. A GENERAL ELECTRIC ,

small appliance will be given away each INIDnll@[ ffincQ1

S day. Come by and register on appliances
AUTOMATIC DISHWASHER
worth $129.00 to be given away Saturday Pre-rinses..washes..dries.
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i .._ 'A-at RT".J.4.-' You r T*;.>don't, 4-p have<_ to tC be t present U--_ ..* 5- to..'-" *win.- ,,. while$ you do more important things... ... ,.; "' .' rn wS

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t G ENE RA L G HE CT R Ie'\'.. NEEDS NO INSTALLATIONS

....ROLLS ON WHEELS! '
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U P E R LI N E I Famous;- Washing .Vinyl Cushioned
Action leaves dishes Interior holds NEMA
sparkling I service for 12
ROOM AIR CONDITIONER No Hand-Rinsing or

.SUPER COOLING PERFORMANCE WITHOUT THE NOISE . Actually away Scraping Drain", "Flash-pumps Luxury Appearance
as quiet at many unit of one-third less capacity. soft food particles with latin.whet.
O SUPER COOLING POWER . All the power you need for area-byarta away server top
cooling of your entire house. .
.TEN-POSITION THERMOSTAT . Holds comfort at the level you select. ,,t ONLY
EFFECTIVE OUTSIDE YENTILLATION . For those days before or afterthe t11900'
"big heat"when you wont fresh outside air without coolinj.

SETS A NEW LOW-NOISE STANDARD! 3 50 Wotkr rr




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FfiOSTGUARD


LOW LOW PRICE !! _


GENERAL ELECTRIC GENERAL ELECTRIC

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U4JULf


t : FROST I EVER FORMS;

f REFRIGERATOR

; FREEZER


., "', Most Efficient Defrosting

., ,Method Known!

? G-E' exclusive Frost-Guard system
. use TWO tubes to eliminate meisy
,;, ,. F'? defrosting chores foreyrfr. That
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-' ,,, -- SECOND tube assures that frost
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forms. The frost Gunrd
.rarer system -
f y is so fast that food is always
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protected so reliable it eliminates
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frost formation even under
.. 3 extreme conditions, climate!

M.d,1 S SS Zero-degree protection in the
.M.200 X S S freezer compartment
: Handy door storage in beth freezer -
and fresh food section
M.4el Porcelain vegetable' bin ItorelPORTABLE
T$ 402 X 9/10 bushel
Plus .. Butter Compartment elc.
TV Trays on Handy Shelf e Magic Door,
Hinges Magnetic Safety Door

I -, '-.NO D lflOSTIIIG m*....
with its famous"DAYLIGHT 0LUE"pictur r MOT HW m THE *299
. clearest, sharpest, matt lifelike ,in TV I ,.' nsimonly
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Dig '19" Square Corner Picture J tI

A Full Power Transformer Chateif \
Built-in Adjustable' Telescoping "
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Antenna .I. ,' ;,,
: 10
6,Foldaway Luojoe-Type Carrying ', : : .;)


HandleAutomatic Level Gain Control for ConetontPicture S y (\DQDW [ JVVJ r:;, S".,..::',

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DURING FALL BARGAIN DAYS jS\ :.'
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.14878 ,' :.. STRAIGHT-LINE DESIGN . -, r "rr"'"
V ._._ iP: GENERAL ELECTRIC S yin' '. .
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,".,... DIAL '.i
,. .. DEFROST S
"'
: j REFRIGERATOR

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Big full-width freeze
2Lm .
SEE THE COMPLETE LINE OF Handy door storage '::: x;. '

GENERAL_-, . EL E C T R Ie. _Full-width vegetable drawer // <

_, . 'tt 1M' ROOM AIRCONDITIONERS Di. -Defro.tc."ie"
.,," 1i" Straight-Line Desigc ." ','".':1"1: ,,''.
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.. ,.: ., from 6.000 VIUsto I ' TA212 Modtt NEMA .lolldOfd ); -,.. ',:::r... ., : "/ .. .
tt.OOO. ITCfe : 1 fr : < ; ,
E . ., .. BIG11.8CU.f FT: '" ;Jt._ ." ,
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$19875 ,:'tl, ,
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i f GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATOR

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;S;A 1 IT S FREEZER 7 Fedders,


10%' ofF. ,:.;:"
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S ,. I-L IV / / RANGING FROM
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_______ _ _ Handy door storage in both refrigerator
'--- freezer. on"'T 0
:: ; 16,500
.Two yegetobla bins store 1/3 bushel. each.StraightUna \ S '
Design allows "built-in" BTU's
look..unit fits flush at rear,lines up with
cabinet fronts needs no space for door
F / clearanca .r, thanks to G-E's magic door I Ihlng.
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I Ts304 .L . *' .' ';'J,
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'ig5 $ 95 IWE[HAVE TWO


SI. S !a4 /k1d ,MONTHS LEFT OF.

x By any measure... HOT, STICKY
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HOW 2SPEED'EK&EFE4TURE \


WASHING AND RINSING! .... '. ' AT4Ti1fH
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ITh4ThU.TIM[ 4 iy t -'PRlCE! [
AUTOMATIC ,,4 "
LINT FILTER ,
1Mou rnss-.es.s!LtPI1eo.r.cuM.MO (
cwco.cTI
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w .r abS

P& oPih 1__ .! _

ft fell tb.er.Igwik end.f
''M Nall paW.. (.TeT >
'. .. aN. A f"'1" I N..e (eta Nriager $19065
; *5 CM/r.Uiag cMten
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GENERAL ELECTRIC
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GENERAL FREEZER ELECTRIC' '(GENERAL ELECTRIC [?OL[ oHESIEEZE [LID(


,AUTOMATIC WASHER
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I 2 WASH SPEEDS

2 SPIN SPEEDS


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F ._, ONLY'E HAS THIS FAMOUS. '.
I NON-CIOG fRTH.
'/ "'
FIlTfR-rtO WASHING ACTION
: IT ELIMINATES LINT.SAN,SOAP,
- Mods A SCUM AND SIlT
i f"== ModeI 3232 / : 1 FROM YOUR WASH.
2__

O 12.E 12.S CV.F'. _
NOW--- --

Total contact freezing shelves Fart freezing anywhere in box!

! Counter-WA-850 $ 411

.: *SO*.MORE CAPACITY THAN MANY OTHER AUTOMATICS
EITHER/ ONE' .IP *LONG WEARING. PORCELAIN WASH, BASKET AND TUI
i 'f iC FAMOUS G E ACTIVATOR R
s 'fTiII ( )WASHING ACTION %
a,} .' ", . '. '. *EASY TOP LOADIN&-4.1D STAYS Of EN WITHOUT SUf f OUT ,
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\ fOR ONLY... : '; l ; ILLUMINATEp*WATER TEMPERATURE EASY.TOItADCOHnOlS SELECTOR
i *DETERGENT WSttNSEI-ILUlNG.BLEACHES AND
!I DETERGENTS ARE THOROUGHLY DISSOLVED
*G-t FIVE YEAH MITTfN WARRANTY

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QlThurFriSatAug222324GENERAL '
We are loaded i with. 63

;' models. The 64 models


; ;p: ., ELECTRIC;'\': are coming out soon.


I en.titock.


tN CLOTHES DRYE stock 177 major! appli- .


With HiahSpe0cI drying syste '' pliances and prices are


no object-they must.go.,,

I ii, Completely automatic 149Removable lint and Weather Trap Worri';. Don't forget, each day

look Better, -
I / 4 when ofeither operated 115volti at 4:00 a' drawing will ,beheld

I (I _- or 230 yaftf. No Outside. Venting NecesscryGENERAL and a small appliance I.I II -
I I DA 415 .

i : will be given away.
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ELEGTRIC S ed and placed in the


FULL SIZE drawing for a beautiful40INCH

Y RANGE GE portable oven. It I
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-La M.ti.r O.M bakes broils, and is a
EIcf_an. lI"s,InitoVMtsteSU w"
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.Ml MtHr elf!sa,". feifcFscMri -'R 0 Isserle.- This oven
tiltw.d II Ora .
: KM!Infer ',\t' I and cart is valued at
VUfMt WnrfSwfaci CsftFnUnnw ,, !
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S.lm Bdl Srtcftts \H
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f- -E $129.00. All you have to
L "' i r

I do is come in and regis-

$15 980
MODEL MOO ter-you don't have to

be present to win.




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