Title: Flagler Tribune
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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: October 11, 1962
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
Volume ID: VID00665
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33426131
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J Lehigh Plant's I I Bunnell High Mr.. and Mrs. Orem I|Work 1 Began on i|]Legion Post to i

Safety Record I IIs Holds Annual Purchase JBlagler i I New] Postoffice I I Honor] Youths : I'

Outstanding (College Day Beach The AlA Motel.Motel at Flagler I\I',i Building Monday l]Monday Night t '

Midnight, Friday, October 5. j i i Bunnell High School observed Beach was purchased this week Ij j I I I Work was begun Monday! .
Mrs. Cora Buckles, acting
H. T.
by Mr. and Mrs. Orem
marked the completion of three College Day Wednesday, October j{i I II
' former residents 'of Flagler Beach I morning on Bunnell's new post commander of the local Ameri-
years without a disabling accident I 10, from 1 to 3:30 P.M. at school '
office :
I I building. and
for of the Bun.. and Bunnell. !! I can Legion post, said today
employees j College Day is designed to acquaint owner Al Kemmerer will be In'i 'that at the post's meeting next
nell plant of Lehigh Portland students with the com They_ bought the. nine-unit j i charge of the construction. The in the
Monday evening communIty -
Cement Co. motel from Mr. and Mrs. H. E. I
I' plex and sometimes difficult t I(! building will be located onji: center building, will have
who built the motel eight
is the third Purdy
year j j'
process of gaining entrance to Moody Blvd. at the corner of:: as special guests five youths,
that the have and have operated the 1 i
employees won years ago
a college or university. The : Church St.
I pro- !I and that the public is Invitedto
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free safety shoes for completing motel since. The Purdys'said
365 gram was planned for eleventh their for selling due I The. building will be of saj;j attend. '
days without a lost time in- twelfth reasons was I
and students and
grade !
construction, John A. Clegg, chairman of
Jury. All active employees are *to Mr. Purdy's health. Their fus. I using grey
their parents. The day began I 1 I brick and front Mr.Kemmerer t tI the evening's said it
plate glass i program
indefinite the
eligible for a free pair of safety *ture plans are at I
with short
a assembly program I I I '
said. The building will feature talks by delegatesto
shoes. Official announcementwas for participants In the auditorium present time. J j]I will I !
contain 1 State and Girls State
approximately 3,000. Boys
made Monday, October 8, at which time Mr. and Mrs. Orem :j
representatives of Ohio but have|I square feet of space. The area :I as well as presentation of Citizenship t
by Plant Manager H. B. Burks.Other introduced and er residents ) t
were purposes 1 I j I for parking ,and movement ofiJ Awards to two junior f
six in
safety awards have of the spent the past years, Flag
been won bythe Bunnell plant planed. program were ex- ler Beach and Bunnell. After]j)I postal vehicles will be in the high 1 school students.
rear with about 7,000 j The Girls State delegate, Bar-
this year. In January upon completing After the deciding to return to business square
the year 1961 safely, (the students and assembly parents met period for after retirement, Mr. Orem saidj1 i II feet of space. |f bam I IJ Weaver of Flagler Beach, I
J The new building will be 'under will be presented by Mrs. Laura .
Portland Cement Association two periods of 45 minutes each he had looked over the state before -
I '|I the U.S. Postoffice Depart. ]Morris, president of the Auxil ;
Safety Trophy was awarded. The I with college and university deciding to locate in Flag-
BUnnell plant won the cast con- resentatives in ,small groups. ler each._ They have a daughter I ment's lease-construction proi i iary. .
crete trophy for the first time by The program concluded with a Lynn, who was a memberof I gram. The lease is for 10 years; Boys State delegates were
with two five-year renewal opJ J Randy Morris 'of Bunnell and
1960 without lost '
completing the Bunnell High
fellowship period in the cafe.
time inJury: The itrophy is a f teria during which parents and graduating class of 1962. School'I'I' tions. I ]Dean Peterson of, Flagler Beach.
I It is expected construction will I All three, students are seniors in
highly polished shaft of concrete students talked informally about now attending college in Mi t i
j I be completed within '90 3 Bunnell High School where they
eight feet high, six feet college life with representatives. days
wide and two feet thick, weigh- Refreshments were served dur I ami.The Orems are now in Ohio; from the beginning. I are leaders in various school ac.

ing 7,000 pounds, and displayedon ing this period of the program. on business, but plan to return I I tivities.
the lawn In front of the plant ; The two Junior high' school
The following colleges and and take over management of I I To
Organize I students to receive the Citizenship
office building. schools were represented: University the motel within the next two .
July 1st of this year marked of Florida, Florida State weeks. I I Awards are Brenda Murray
the completion of 1,000 safe days University Daytona Beach Junior I Brownie Scouts and George Jarosz of Bunnell.

and the plant became a member College Bowling Green Collegeof I I These awards are presented annually :;

of the Portland Cement As- Commerce, Mary Karl Vocational Lions Club :Hears I\II.I. Plans are underway for a I and are usually made at

,.t sociation's Thousand-Day Club. School, Florida Southern Brownie Scout Troop to be or- school assembly. However it
This award carries with it the College and Jones Business Col Talk'on Telstar I ganized for girls in the second I was decided that special recognition -
privilege of :displaying 1,000 in I .. I grades In. Flagler county. would : be given .at'a

. cast concrete numerals perma; Jack Davis of Southern Bell An organizational.meet1ng I Legion meeting this year.

t,,. .._. nen Yr mounted:. one, o&ot'thetrophy. lege.Wildlft _: .-.\ ;> -" Telephoneand Telegraph :Com"pany I wiij!! .be.'heldjor: Ilothers'of-.thi The meeting: will begin' aU8o'clock >.::... .
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*:." ', ,tfc ;.\. : . . was guest speaker. at the I j second graders at a 'date to be I: ; ari *Mrs. Buckles said
In :addition the' Lehigh Company e Area.iI' meeting of the Bunnell Lions: announced later. Mrs. Laura she urges all Legionnaires and
: recognizes a record of a Club Tuesday noon. He talked i I I Reynolds and Mrs. Joy Steflik: I other veterans in addition to the

thousand days of safe ,work Ordered Closed on the Telstar Satellite. i I I have consented to act as troop II general public to attend the
time :by giving an award of individual Fred Fruits was presented leaders. meeting to honor these students.
pocket watches to all "An Order" with a 25-year Monarch certificate I I I Refreshments will be served l "Emergency as a Girls, ages 7.9, are eligible to:
employees. These watches were I t I legal advertisement in this issue and pin. George M. Moodyand become Brownie Scouts. Mrs.I by the Auxiliary. after the meet-

distributed in August and are of The Tribune concerningthe Henry Burks were present. Reynolds and Mrs. Steflik will Ing. iI i

inscribed "1,000 Safe Days, Le I.I closing of a Wildlife Man- ed with 10-year pins and Monarch only be in charge of the second I

high Portland"Cement Company. , agement Area in Flagler county. certificates. I grader troop. But they express I'I'I Old Resident of I
Bunnell, Fla. I The advertisement states, in Receiving one hundred percent I their hope that other mothers I

: part: 'The Commission., does attendance pins were Levi will join them in helping make i.
Oct. 19 Last Day I hereby declare the following de Brannam, L. H. Church, John A. the Scouting program available Flagler Beach

I scribed area in Flagler County Clegg, L. H. Drady, Fred Fruits,,to every girl. I I II
closed as: a Wildlife Manage- J. J. Kelley, George M.. Moody, Anyone interested in Scouting : Died October 4th t
To Register For :ment Area for an indefinite Leonard C. Moody, A. W. Tucker, I may contact either one of the :

i I j I George Wickline, Frank Boswell leaders. A basic training course.! Mrs. Lizzie Rebecca Pillsbury, .
Beach Bond Vote i{'period of time. and O. C. Shelton.IBrown wilL be given at the Holly Hill !i 1103-year-old resident of Flagler
I "That area known as the I
Girl Scout House, October 16.17.1 Beach, passed away October 4
W. C. Knight Wildlife
The bond election in Flagler Manage. 18 and 23, from 9 to 12, for .new' in DeLand after a long illness.
.. Beach is set for November 6, ment Area, lying approximately { Funeral troop leaders.iMasons She was born in New Hampshire
I and to be eligible. to vite in 12 ,miles north of DeLand, Flor I I and resided in Watertown,

that election one has to be regis ida, consisting of 273 acres and I Service Today i iI Mass. many years before coming -
posted as a Wildlife Manage- Meeting
tered on the towns books. These to Flagler Beach. She had
books close at 5 P.M. October 19.. ment Area by the Game and At lived in Flagler Beach with her
It was stated that a resident Fresh Water Fish Commission.I Espanola i ii i Here ,October 19If daughter for !the past few years.

who Is now registered does not i Graveside Funeral Services> members of Bunnell Ma- She is survived by a daughter,

I.r a have to re-register for this elec- I City Wants To Sell will be held at 3 o'clock Thurs-J I sonic Lodge No. 200 and "so- Mrs. Helen Kruger of Flagler
tion. It was emphasized, how- day afternoon (today) for John journers" anticipate attendingthe Beach. Also surviving are five

ever,. that only "freeholders" are'I David Brown, grandson of Mrs.I I banquet when Masons of the grandchildren, one of whom Is
eligible to vote on the bond Willys StationwagonIs Anita Akins of St. Johns Park. 15th district meet here October John Pillsbury who Is a candidate

issue. someone in Flagler county .Mr. Brown was drown early 19, they must let Shelton Brooks for governor of New Hamp.
interested in antique automo- Monday morning while swimming I know. Contact him by phone In shire. Fourteen great-grandcbil

Civic Action League biles? If so, the City of BunnellIs Six Mile Creek, near St I the daytime ID 7.3372 and nightID dren also survive.
Craig Funeral Home of Bun-
advertising for sale a 1949 Augustine. His body was re- 73226.
Has Been OrganizedLast Willys Stationwagon today'spaper. covered Wednesday morning.He The banquet will be held in nell was In charge of local ar

had recently completed a 'I the high school cafeteria and rangements. The remains were

Thursday evening the Owning and operating a 1949 tour of duty In Germany with the district meeting will be in forwarded to Sawyer Funeral

"Civic Action League" was organlzed model vehicle should be a markof the U.S. Army. He was 23 years the gym after, Mr. Brooks said. Home for graveside funeral
by a group of citizens.Its city economy-or should it? of age. The dinner will be at 6 o'clock services at East Derry, N.H. this

membership is composed of We were told that it has been Survivors include his parents,I I and the meeting at 7:30. week. .

Flagler ,county residents Inter I used since about 1955'by the fire Mr. and Mrs. Charley Brown, I
\ ested in promoting.civic responsibility I department and that it is in :Maxwell; his grandmother, Mrs. CHAPEL STREET PUBLIC HEALTHThis

; and a healthy moral cli I I i good operating condition Anta Akins St. Johns Park; two week we are getting our
mate In Flagler county. sisters, Juanita and Rita Brown, NOW THRUWAY I
I We are not familiar what is preventive denlstry program I
\ The organizational meeting I Maxwell; three brothers, Charles The Board of Public instruc- started by giving prophylaxsis,
required to
! designate
was held in the recreation room I a car Brown, Orlando Brown
; George tion has requested the city commission fluoride treatments and toothbrush
an "antique, but when auto
of the Bunnell First Baptist I I I of
Jacksonville and Richard of to make Chapel St. from instructions to school children -

'I'" ed Church.to be maintained:Membership at Is expect-I I manufacturers called "planned operate obsolesence"this on whatis Maxwell. i i I I Palm Ave. to Moody Blvd. a starting with the first
street. The
vehicle ought to be an "an !'through reason for grade, Dr. Young said today.
persons.As the request is that school buses This program can'o great
a. first project, the Civic t q e. Florida's famed beaches rank-!I use it to enter and leave the I I value to the children, but we

: Action League has chosen to Anyway, the city ,Intends to ed first with 1961 tourists. Other 1 I school area. .find that many of these young -

present an educational programon sell it. So, if you are Interested features; enjoyed. were the- atmosphere .j I Stop signs have been placedon I i!I children already have very bad
alcoholism to various clubs read the legal advertisement In of fun and relaxation, Lambrt, Howe and Palm I I decay that, unless restored, will
and 'organizations throughoutthe I)|I this issue of The Tribune and be natural -scenery I
commercial at- avenues at-the Chapel St cross'I cause many dental problems in .
county: i j I:prepared' to hid tractions and fishing. ings. adult health. :



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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF form of the ballot to be used in l

I ., FLAGLER COUNTY,FLORIDA said bond election shall be substantially .,

." IN CHANCERY NO. 4522, .. In the following form: 4
OIL CO. 'and Plaintiff
Town of Flakier Beach Florida I

MUV1NS BLIND! FISH < ; DODd Election-November 6, 1982 \,
MYRTLE Shall the 'Town of Flagler Beach. 1
I HI6HES OIL GO'S. Defendant. | Florida. Issue general obligation '
NOTICE TO DEFEND I bonds in the aggregate principal

THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO amount of not exceeding $650.000 i
MYRTLE :M. FISH I for the purpose of financing the
3715 37th Avenue South cost of the construction and acquisition -
;' Minneapolis 6, Minnesota of additions extensionsand
SensationalPHILHEAT: I II You are hereby notified that a improvements to the Water
\ suit has been filed against you in System of said Town said bonds
the above entitled cause; and you bearing Interest payable semiannually i
are hereby required to file your an- at such rate or rates. ]
swer with the Clerk of this Court not exceeding the legal rate as 4 i
and to serve a copy thereof upon shall be determined at the time
the plaitiff or plaintiff's attorney of the sale thereof and maturing
I whose name and address is: serially in annual installments overa
W. J. GARDINER period not to exceed Thirty (30)
208% S. Beach St. years from the date of said bonds
P. O. Drawer 990 the principal of and Interest on
Daytona Beach. Floridanot said bonds to be payable from ad
later than November 2, A. D. valorem taxes levied on all tax-
. When you fail observe far 1962. able property in safd Town with- j j

.. enough ahead to avoid any type If you fail to do so, decree pro out limitation as to rate or amount
confesso will be and which bonds may be addition- i
of accident situation which demands entered againstyou
ally secured by the proceeds of
for the relief demanded in the
immediate defensive driv- *
bill of complaint. The nature of special assessments on lands and
ing tactics. :, said suit being for divorce. real estate benefited by such construction -
WITNESS my hand and seal of and acquisition, all as i
said Court this 26th day of Sep- j I I more specifically described and provided -
in the ordinance of the
tember A. D. 1962.
EMERGENCY ORDER I I Commission of the Town of Flag-
PHILLUP Notice is hereby given that the (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE ler Beach. Florida adopted on the 4
Clerk of said Circuit Court
Game and Fresh Water Fish Com- By Julia R. Harvey 27th day of September A. D. 1962.

mission of the State of Florida. Deputy Clerk.

acting it under by the authority Constitution conferredupon of the Oct. 4-11-18-5--4tc I U I FOR BONDS jI I.

State of Florida and by Section NOTICE OF BOND ELECTIONIN
PHILLARAMA 7.02 of the Rules and Regulationsof

: the the Commission following:does described hereby area declare BEACH 8.., 1182NOTICE FLORIDA..- ON NOVEMBER 1 I I' I AGAINST BONDS "I

in Flagler County closed as a Wildlife '.
Management Area for an indefinite -
that a bond election will be held
period of time: on the 6th day of November 1962, INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS
the W. C.
That area known as Beach If are in favor of the Issuance -
in the Town of Flagler : you
Knight Wildlife Management lying Florida for the purpose of determining of the bonds place an
: FREE approximately 12 consisting miles northof of I whether or not bonds of "X" in the space to the left of
DeLand. Florida "
the words "FOR BONDS.
T approximately 273 acres and postedas said Town shall be issued in an
aggregate principal amount of not
a Wildlife Management Area by exceeding SIX HUNDRED FIFTY If you are not in favor of the
Fresh Water Fish
the Game and
THOUSAND DOLLARS ( issuance of the bonds place an"X"
jH Commission.A. bearing .interest $650.0001' in the space to the left of
D. ALDRICH. Director "
the words "AGAINST BONDS.
Game and Fresh Water annually. at such rate or rates,
not exceeding the legal rate as
Fish Commission. shall be determined at the time Section 5. Paper ballots shall
200 BONUS STAMPS DATE: October 2.. 1962. of the sale thereof and maturing be used at said bond election for.
Oct. 11-Itc serially In annual installmentsover absentee voting. ,

a period not to exceed thirty The form of ballot to be
REQUEST (30) years from the date of said used at said precincts in said bond
Sealed bids will be received in bonds for the purpose of financingthe election for absentee voters shall,
the office of the City Clerk of the cost of the construction and be in substantially the following
100 TOP VALUE STAMPS City of Bunnell. Florida in the acquisition of additions extensionsand form:
Civic Center Building on or before improvements to the existing BALLOT .
12:00 o'clock noon on the 5th Water System of the Town of Town of Flagler Beach, Florida*

\ **, If you fill your tank before Oct. 15 day of November A. D. 1962 for Flagler Beach;. as more specifically Bond Election -November 6, 1062 I
the sale of 1949 Willys station described and provided in the or- Shall the Town of Flagler Beach '
wagon 4 cylinder Model No. 463. dinance of the Town Commissionof Florida issue general obligation

The above vehicle may be seen said Town calling said, bond bonds in the aggregate principal
: $0 TOP VALUE STAMPS by contacting the City Clerk. election adopted on the 27th day amount of not exceeding $650,000

The City Commissioners reserve of September, 1962 which said ordinance for the purpose /,of financing the
the right to reject any and all bids is published in full below cost of the construction and acquisition -
'1"' If you goon Automatic Keen Full Service and to accept the bid that in its as a part of this notice. of additions:* extensions'
judgment will be for the best Interest I I
and improvements to the Water
,', The places of voting in said
I of the City of Bunnell., flor-
System of said Town said bonds
: CALL, : FLAGLER OIL CO., ,NOW bond election shall be the same
ida.WITNESIS places of voting which will be usedin bearing interest payable semiannually -
. ., . my hand and official the general election to be held at such rate or rates
seal this 8th day of October. D.
ID 7-3498 in the Town of Flagler Beach on not exceeding the legal rate as
. 1962. shall be determined at the time of
the same date and such places of
to- : SEAL,) C. B. EISENBACH. Mayor
I the sale thereof and maturing aerially -
.. t city of Bunnell, Florida. voting fire set out in said ordi- in annual I installments overa

.. ,'This.Ar a's 'Only Complete ATTEST: Nancy C.City Rodgers Clerk. nance will open published at voting below.places The on polls the period not to exceed Thirty (30) '
.Y day of the'said" bond electionrom years from the date of said bonds
.' .\' -t.... '," ",- October 11.182tc I'/ seven o'clock a. m. until the principal of and interest on
--- said bonds to be payable from ad
.:. 0if.: Heat Package IN THE CIRCUIT COURT' IN AND seven o'clock p. m. on the same valorem taxes levied on all tax-.
day, all as provided in said ordinance -
able property in ,said Town without
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.. V V 'A it > CASK NO. 876 I adopted on September 27th.
limitation as to rate or amount
1962.. ,and published in full below
: : and which- bondstmay-be additionally '
: Top .:Value StampsAitiMitic FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY ':is a part of -this- notice. secured by the ,proceeds '.of.;

J : THE TOWN COMMISSION OF special assessments on lands and

1. 1949 2 door, Chevrolet Sedan: THE TOWN OF *FLAGLER. real estate benefited by, such construction -
.: Serial No. 8GKG 27444. BEACH. FLORIDA and acquisition all as
Keep, Your Tank Full Service 2. 1948 4 door. Dodge Sedan By THOMAS W. DUNCAN, more specifically described and
Serial No. 31045135. Chairman of the Town' provided in the ordinance of the .
..-.. ...:;::=.JI(' 3. 1953 4 door DeSoto Sedan Commission Town Commission of the Town of I

'PMIfceat ii Veh. No. 55015614, ATTEST "5 Flagler Beach Florida. adopted on
k; New .Fuel I' BudgetlPlani THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO VIRGINIA"L SULLIVAN the 27th day of September A. D.

Jordan Cooper. Rte. B. Box, 150 Town .Clerk 1962.
:: (SEAL)
Live Oak Florida.

Metered Delivery j fet ;:SAll. ; Fort Lester Willie Pierce.Culver.Jackson._Florida 408 5506 u.N. CaliforniaAve. 27th St. I introduced Commissioner the following Leonard- Ordinance C. Moody: I l f FOR BONDS I I..

C e CardS Honored js.Ga AND ALL PERSONS.

Fastest 24 Hour ServiceTo t DESCRIBED PROPERTY ON THE QUESTION OF ISSU- If you are in favor of the Issuance -
,ti ir, I ING $650,000 BONDS OF SAID of the bonds place an"X"
hereby notified that the above described TOWN.BE in the space to the left ,of
property has been seized IT ORDAINED BY THE the words "FOR BONDS."
- - - - - - under and by virtue of Chapter
56%. Florida Statutes as amended TOWN OF FLAGLER BEACH. If you are not in favor of the
FLAGLER OIL CO. Bunnell Florida and is now in the possession of the FLORIDA issuance of the bonds place an"X"
Board of County Commissioners of in the space to the left of
this County, and you. and each of Section 1. An election is hereby the words "AGAINST BONDS."
i, YES, I WANT MY BONUS STAMPS you. are hereby further notified ordered to be held in the Town
that a petition, under said Chapter of Flagler Beach. Florida on the Section 6. The Supervisor of
100 STAMPS has been filed in the Circuit Court 6th day of November, A.D. 1962. Registration of Flagler County,
[I' . of the ,Seventh Judicial Circuit in I to determine whether or not there Florida shall be requested to prepare I
' and for Flagler County. Florida shall be issued bonds of said Townin 'and certify to the Town Commission -
: : Q FILL MY TANK NOW seeking the forfeiture of the said the principal amount of not exceeding -j of Flagler Beach. Florida, I
property and you are hereby directed I' SIX HUNDRED FIFTY a list of the names of all qualified -
! 100 STAMPS :- and required to file your THOUSAND DOLLARS ($650.0001' I registered electors appearingon ,
claim if any you have and 'show bearing interest I his books who are freeholders
0 SIGN ME UP FOR AUTOMATIC KEEP FULL SERVICE cause ion or before the 7th day annually. at such rate or rates not I residing in the Town of Flagler
. of November A. D. 1962 if not exceeding the legal rate as shall Beach, Florida, and qualified to I
personally served with process be determined at the time of the I vote at said bond election. The
MY TANK SIZE IS..__.GALLONS herein and within twenty days sale thereof and to mature serially -I Town Clerk of the Town of Flag-
.. from personal service If personally in annual installments overa j ler Beach Florida, shall furnish :
? t served with process herein why period not to exceed thirty (30) i a certified copy of such list to the
I use (No. 2 Fuel Oil) (Kerosene) (Cross out one) the said property should not be years from the date of said Bonds j Inspectors and Clerks of said bond

forfeited pursuant to said Chapter. for the purpose of financing the I election. A copy of said list shallbe
Signed .._. .._._..__.__._.._____ Should you fail to file claim as cost of construction and acquisi-I' filed and preserved in the rec-
herein directed judgment will be tion of additions ords of the Town of Flagler Beach.
Name Print entered herein against you in due improvements to the Florida.
of the Town of Flag- I
ter System
course. Persons not personally Section 7. That this ordinance
served with obtain ler Beach. The Town shall be unconditionally -
--- .. :.:..-_.. of the petition process may for forfeiturefile obligated to levy ad shall be published In full as a part
of the notice of said bond election
: : ,Address_ herein from the undersignedClerk valorem taxes on all taxable property I together with an appropriate
therein to the full extent I
of the Court.
caption in such form as the Clerkof
-, r' ., Witness my hand and seal of necessary to pay the principal of i the Town of Flagler Beach
\ I the above mentioned Court at Bun- and Interest on said bonds; provided shall determine in The Flagler
.. nell. Florida, Ihis 28th day of Sep- however that said bonds i
----- --- ---- Tribune a newspaper of general J
be additionally secured by a ,
tember A. D. 1962. may circulation in Flagler Beach Florida -
CitY ,
(SEAL) E. A SMYTHE pledge of special assessments levied -
each week for four
once consecutive -
Clerk of the above mentioned Court on the lands and real estate weeks the first publication
said to -
benefited by improvements
Oct. 4-11-2tc I
to be not less than thirty
Phillips Credit Card NOe.-- the extent as shall be hereafter said I
; days prior to the date bond
of this Town
provided by ordinance
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF* i Commission. Section 8. Said election shall in r
Other OU Co. Card No. KLOIIIDA IV AND FOR FLAG-I Section 2. Said bond election all other respects be held and con- 1,
i LER COUNTY IN CHANCERYNO. shall be held at the same time ducted in the manner provided in f
: Expiration date Nov. 1. 1962 4518 and places as the general electionto the general laws of the State of I
H. C. MOONEY. be held in Flagler Beach on Florida.
plaintiff. the same date and the places for Section 9. This Ordinance shall j
RETURN THIS COUPON TODAY-200 TOP VALUE STAMPSNICHES vs. voting in said bond election are take effect immediately upon its j I
ALTOXA S. MOONEY. as follows: Flagler Beach Recreation passage and approval by the Mayor.
-- ,- Defendant.IN Hall. Flagler Beach. Florida. Adopted this 27th day of September I
The polls will be open at voting
A.D. 1962.
places on the day of said bond THOMAS W DUNCAN
OF FLORIDA: election from seven o'clock A. M. ,
Chairman of the Town
TO: Altona S. Mooney, whose until seven o'clock P. :M. on the Commission
residence is unknown. same day. Only the duly qualified
OIL CO. You are hereby required to file
electors residing in said Town who
/ / Virginia L. Sullivan
your written defenses on or before .
are freeholders and qualified free-
Phillips Town, Clerk;
October 29. 1962 to the Bill
I \ holder electors eligible to vote at
Approved this 27th day of ftp-
of Complaint filed herein' againstyou
said bond election under the '
4:C pro- tem *r. A. D 1962.
and to serve a copy of the visions of Section 100241 (2) (d). I.
FLAGLER same on Fred R. Brannon. Jr.. P.O. Florida Statutes, will be permittedto ;
Mayor Town of Flagler
: yr2 Box 805. New Smyrna Beach. Flor-
vote in said bond election. : r I
Beach. Florida. s'
ida. The nature of.this suit is a
suit for divorce. "The Flagler Trl- Section 3. The Inspectors and Foil ". I"
BOB COOK DISTRIBUTOR r-une" is hereby designated as the Clerks for said bond election shall I/Fo' Thomas 'V. Duncan '
newspaper in which this Notice be appointed by the Town Com- Gerald A. Smith '
shall be published once a week for mission of the Town of Flagler Leonard C. Moody
four consecutive weeks. Beach. Florida and said Inspec- AS/ Robert F. Henderson I

WITNESS my ,band and seal this I tors and Clerks shall be requiredto AGAINST"' '" ...' l'
This Area's Largest Oil Organization 21st day of September A T>. 1962. make due returns of the results 'I
(SEAL) E. A.: SMYTHE of said bond election to the
Clerk Circuit Court "'own Commission of the Town of
PALATKA By Julia R. Harvey. Flagler Beach. Florida. _-
Deputy Clerk Section 4. Paper ballots shall be .
Sept. 27 & Oct. C-11-18-4tc used in said bond election. The October 4-11-18--4tc ': 1.



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STORYi be Joined together easily, and
, i the Egyptians usually used long I
, papyrus scrolls for books. A ,A i
Of The Library scroll in ,the British Museum, the .

libraries of AaY: The ancient Harris papyrus, is 133 feet ,long ,
., j
The Roman t "'
word for such ;
Babylonians'made tablets of scroll was volumen the origin a.; ',> : . \\: Jt1 : : '\ ", ,: "* .' " '
and them i
clay cut symbols into of our word volume -
; in a system of writing called
'cuneiform; Afier'about 4000, Papyrus decays rapidly unless i{
B.c., the Babylonians, the As, it is carefully stored, and most I MONEY EVERYTIMESHELTON'S
syrians, and many other peoples of it disappeared before modern'
\ used similar tablets for keeping scientists could examine it. We I
records. They also used them know little about most Egyptian j
to write messages. Through libraries. A library existed at
commerce and conquest these Gizeh in the 2500's B.C. Amen- I
i peoples carried cuneiform tablets hotep III had a library at Amar-
westward to Egypt. na ,in the 1400's B.C., and Ram- r I
eses II founded one at Thebes ,
, The Babylonians and Assyri about 150 years later. The Temple -
. ans kept huge libraries of cuneiform of Horus at Edfu (now Idfu),
tablets. Many of them lay built in 237 B.C., was famousfor
buried for thousands of years. its library.
In 1853, a British archaeologist, The Greeks also used papyrus. I
: Sir, Henry Layard, discovered a Pisistratus, a ruler of Athens '
great public library at Ninevh, probably founded the library I -
' near what is now Mosul, Iraq. there in the 500's B.C. The 4.
. The library held 10,000 clay tab- Greeks set up. libraries in all <
, lets. An Assyrian king, Ashur- the cities they founded, from J I
i f banipal, built the library during Sicily to the Black Sea. Plato
f the 600' B.C.Other great col- and Aristotle had famous collections I j I
| lections of tablets have been re- of papyrus scrolls. Aris
I :. covered from such ancient cities totle's scrolls were passed on .' )
I as Ur, Nippur, Kish, and Tello. until they became part of the ,
j[ Tablets In these collections contain most famous library in the
i history, mythology, mathematics cient world, at Alexandria. an-I .
| and legal and commercial ander the Great was .
I records. Some of the tab pupil, and he learned the valueof GROCERY. .
t lets fund at Nippur contained books from his teacher. He
! Gilgamesh, was found in Nine- his successor, Ptolemy I, founded -
veh. It tells the Babylonian a library there soon after- I
stOry of the Flood. ward. Scholars 'believe the library I '
Libraries of Papyrus. About contained more than 500- U. S. Choice Lamb \ Spring Lamb
the time the Babylonians were scrolls, representing the litera
I developing cuneiform writing ture of all the known world, Flavor AgedCHOCK .Shoulder ShoulderROAST
the Egyptians learned to make as far away as India. Alexandriaalso
beautiful writing material from had the first librarians. .
_ the papyrus plant. Papyrus became Many of them, including the } ROAST CHOPS
I the standard writing ma- poet and bibliographer Calli-
terial in all the lands around machus, are still famous. Under
the Mediterranean Sea. It was Alexander's successors the library LB. LB. LB.
still used in many places in the at Alexandria was the 59 59* 49World's
A..D. 1100's. Papyrus sheets can glory of the Hellenistic world. -
Parts of the library were destroyed _
during Julius Caesar's .
, campaign in Egypt in 47 B.C.
DAYTONA BEACH Later Roman sieges also destroyed -
much. According to tra- Best Copeland's Pure Pork

dition, the Arabs completed !the

MON. 99 A.destruction D. 640's.Libraries. of the library in the Ground Beef, 3 Ib$. $1.39 SAUSAGE, 1 lb. Bag 43*

of Parchment: Other
, OCT. successors of Alexander the
! Great developed the city. of Per- Pillsbury's Instant Maxwell House Golden n Sweet Safflower

BETHUNE POINT gamum, near Constantinople, as
a center of learning. When the

! AUS. EXCHANGE CLUB library'become at Pergamun more important!threatenedto than FLOUR COFFEE OIL

the one at Alexandria the Alex
I WORLD'S LARGEST andrians cut off its supply of
papyrus. The people of Per- 5 LBS. 6 OZ. JAR 38 OZ.
t gamum began writing on ani 45
I mal skins, and developed an 79 79Limit
I } improved material. They called
+ F this material pergamentum, the
\ origin of our word parchment.But One With $5.00 -- Limit One With $5.00 Limit One With $5.00or '
in 41 B.C Mark -
Antony '
took 200,000 scrolls from Per- or More Food : or. More Food More Food

gamum and gave them to Cleopatra Order Order Order. ..
for the library at Alex

I Unlike papyrus, parchment .
cannot be joined together easily FRESH FARM PRODUCE FROZEN FOODS '.
to make scrolls. Librarians
sewed several sheets of parch- Crispy Food King t.
ment together along one side to "
make a codex. This form de LETTUCE 29C OLEOShurfine .
'. veloped into the bound book. 2 Heads for 2 Lbs. for29C.
The Romans took books with Large _
II them wherever they went, and
.ih'' ",.' set up libraries in the principal CELERY 29C
!",.;r\", cities of their empire. 2 Bunches
Sweet Milk9c
Library Assistant, Bartlett
; Gloria Harding. BISCUIT or 15C'
'. (Series will be continued in nextweek's PEAES 2 Buttermilk 3 for
. paper.) 2 Lbs. for

'; i The caves at Florida Caverns
;TA 1
State Park near Marianna were NEW STORE HOURS .

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Saturday 8:00 a. m. to 9:00 p. m.


;jt;'r 600 PE8PLE-150 PERFORMERS VALUE STAMPS 1000 Free TV Regular SizeSCOTTTOWELS .. .
::' ANIMALS-15 ELEPHANTS5OOOSEATS5OOO with the purchase of .
'c.:;\. ; I Home Laundry All or 2 for : ""

I f .: $1,750,060 Capit l-$8,580 Dify Expense Jumbo Ad STAMPS GIVEN 12 Oz. Niblets : .
-' TWICE DAILY & 8 P.M.DOORS J OPEII. Coupon Expires 10-13-62 CORN 19-c

CHILDREN $1.00-ADUlTS $1.90EIr _.... AWAY DAILY Each.
ill :LU'U' """ "'>4 Juile Rite

:_< 3Hloglrr t cSJribunrBUNXELI
FLORIDA with the purchase of
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Pt. Blue Plate I TO Sine Lucky CHsiiners FRIDAY NIGHT I
MRS. M.B. FULLER. Editor
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Coupon Expires 101362SO I .
Dealgnated Official Publicationfor
Quantity Rights
Public Notices of Flagler ,
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... County Municipalities therein d 1 Reserved

>k".' and the State of Florida FREETOP

f. :. Prices Good
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Entered ap second class matter VALUE 'STAMPS , #
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Oct. 1142-13,1962
I "' February 6,1913. at the postofflce With $5.00 or more
at Bunnell Florida under act of \
Food order, SHELTON SUPERMARKET Store Hours
March ,3.: 1876.
'. and this Coupon atSHELTON'S
Week 8:15 am.730 p.m.

One -J2.50 GROCERY
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; :: and Mrs. Charles Tonkin told of a fey new ,things which I
td had as visitors at their home will be added to the Halloween
.' during the, weekend their neph- Carnival, which will ,be Satur- i!
1 t. ew and neice, Mr.. and Mrs.'Stanley day, October 27th. I
Tonkin of Chicago, Ill. They Mrs. Viola Tonkin; was the I JUICY TENDER CHUCKSTEAKS :
:f'I were enroute to Miami. guest speaker for the evening.She .
was assisted by four boys- Pound
Rose Seckner has moved back Mike Bell, Earl Rice, Bennie 69
to her home here after spendingsome Geller and Grady Prather. Mrs. ;
time in Ormond Beach. Tonkins spoke on the remedial

,,-0,. f"- reading program and the wayit I I
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Orem of is used to improve reading
;; Miami were business visitors skills of students. Copeland's Tender SmokedPICNICS Copeland's Lean MeatFRANKS
., T' here this week,'enroute to their The boys, three of whom,
r; former home in Ohio. were students of Mrs. Tonkins, Pound < 12 4Z. *
demonstrated the use of the 39 39
k. CAMERON MCNEIL STEVENS stories which she showed to the I Cello
:;' Rev. and Mrs.' Atlee F. Stevens group. Mrs.Tonkins also brought
t Jr., are the parents of a son born many items of interest which I
i:., October 5 at Abe Halifax Hospital she acquired on her trips to Western Center Cut Copeland's Pure Pork
'. in Daytona Beach. He Europe and to the Caribbean,1
weighed seven pounds, twelve speaking briefly on these at the Pound

;-' name ounces of and Cameron has been McNeil..given the end, of the program., Pork ChOPSLB.aEVEN e 49

Mrs. Stevens and young son The Firemen and Firemens
t- .returned to the family home on Auxiliary, held a regular joint
r'. Lambert street Wednesday meeting Wednesday, October 3. THOUGH THE WHOLESALE PRICE OF ALL BEEF HAS GONE UP, WE
'" morning. Rev. Stevens is pastor Mrs. Hugh Arnold and Mrs.
:t. of the First: Baptist Chuch of Zeke Chaffee were hostesses.The STILL SELL ONLY U. S. ,CHOICE GRADE BEEF AT THE VERY LOWEST POSSIBLE
*1: voted to have the
: Flagler Beach. group com-
f\\.'-:, munity Christmas sing and San-
FLACLER BEACH PTA ta Claus Friday, December 21,
: MET LAST TUESDAY and the Firemens annual Christ- Henderson's Pure Cane Folger's Mountain Grown
',,-.x .. The Flagler Beach PTA met mas party Saturday. ,, December
r.:. Tuesday with a large attend I 22nd. C. 1 LB.
y; J ance. Mrs. Leonard Johnson pre- SUGAR 39 Coffee 39
.. sided. The 6th grade mothers SAC. CAN

t a' served social. refreshments during the I P Too Late i Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more .food order

. The first grade won the room

r.: . count and Mrs. Robert Owens I To Classify i I II Jiffy Ready,to Pop .
.' gave the membership total at iy2 Oz. Nestea Instant.
i. 66 members. The vice president, I By Russell Kay Each
- E Mrs. Charles Meekins read the I've been disgustingly healthy Pop Corn 25* JM
proposed action platform and a I most of my life. The only ill- TEA 69*
brief discussion followed. Dis- ness I've had to worry about has
cussions were brought up duringthe I.been an occasional cold, a touchof In Pan Buttered and Salted
meeting concerning ithe ca ; bronchitis, and the flu. I've
feteria and the dental clinic.A i been galloping around for years' 12 Oz. NibletCORN 303 Green GiantPEAS
large beautiful map, a new: with the same old tonsils, same
: filmstrip projector, and about old appendix, same old teeth 5 FOR 5' FOR
100 new library books-all until most of my friends look 89 $1:
bought by the county school on me as some sort of a freak.
board, were on display. Mrs.' My visits to the hospital have
Johnson thanked the "Bean I' been to console unfortunate in- .
bag" committee for their prompt mates. I never checked in 'as V2 Star Kist Light Meat Chunk 1 Lb. Sno Tip AlaskaSalmon

, . action and the newly made bean I a cutosmer until a. couple of
bags were also on display. weeks ago. Now I've had my 3 FOR EACH <
Mrs Richard Littlefield, carnival I first operation'and it was a dilly TUNA 99 59
't",5 chairman, gave a report: on according to the doctor.
the progress of the carnival Mama Nature, for some reason -
,, committee. The ,menu for the I or another decided it was
carnival dinner, which will be time for me to learn the factsof Betty Crocker Angle' Food 303 Can Sweet Treet CrushedPineapple
Wednesday, Oct. 24th, has been life so she arranged to de
decided upon, she stated, and velop a cyst the size of a hen Each
get this lump right where you i egg on my neck. Probably because Cake Mix 49' I: $1 1

'" - . - . -. .-. .-. ................I I have been sticking it '
,out all these years. '
Community i, It didn't bother me except I
I' 12 Oz. Prem Luncheon Large Box EnergyDetergent
I tried to button my shirt or
-', 'Memorial Church ' I for well I
i shave and was leaving
later-denomlaatieMl enough alone, but friends viewed MEAT < *
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AIR Daytona CONDITIONED Ave. I my seemed disfigurement that people in horror.It with. ,far ,for

FLAGLER BEACH lumps were in trouble and they
screamed .cancer, sudden death FROZEN FOODS
Sunday, and what have you. The radio
Church Service 11:00 A.M.R. and television backed them up 8 Oz. Winter Garden Large Stalks Calif.

W. DICKERT. Paator with constant warnings so I de- Beef, and Chicken "
EVERYONE WELCOME cided 'to see a doctor.I .
A didn't know what I was sr2y; *
f for 1 35 CELERY 2 for 29
ORMOND PRESCRIPTION letting myself in for. The doctor . ..
hummed and hawed and
sent me to a throat specialist, I
Sick Room SUppUes-Sundrles
HOSPITAL SUPPLIES ordered an X-ray, took enough 6 Oz. Scald Sweet t
Yellow Cooking
24-Hour Prescription Service specimens of this and that ,to

,. Free ORUOND Rt.Delivery AlA BEACH 1 in mL-Flagler TeL North OR of Beach 7-1681 start works.toe a They nails museum.covered to back I everythingfrom teeth had and the Orange Juice, 6 for 99* ONIONS, 3 Pounds' .19 ,I

by the time they were finished
PETERSON TEXACO with me I was a wreck. Pepperidge FarmTURNOVERS
SERVICE "We're gonna have to get that' New Crop Sweet J
ROAD SERVICE thing out of there," the doc said. Each 49* ,
"It is a sure enough major op .
Light Phone 437.3 Mechanical<<1 Bunnell Work : eration for you had to go and Sweet Potatoes 5 Ibs. 49* ,
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ALFRED TUCKER I! May I express my deep appreciation I ,

SCOTT SHEFFIELD I I I to all the friends who Check Us .
were' so kind to me during my | 3
Mrs. A. F. Tucker and Mrs. stay in the hospital. Your expressions
L. S.' Sheffield were hostesses at of encouragement will
F, a birthday dinner October 4, always be remembered.
honoring Alfred Tucker and Harry B. Treadwell. Before You Finance
Scott Sheffield on their birthday

anniversaries.The Too Late To ClassifyContinued I
party came as a complete .
surprise to the honored guests ( from page 4) "l&fil
and was given at the home of_ live, and it is tangled up with e': Low Finance Cost. No Hidden I "Extras\t "
Mrs., Tucker. Twenty-five mem jugular veins, bronchial tubes
bers of the families were pres and what/not."

ent for the dinner. A beautiful "Okay, Doc," I said. "I guessI :v Select Your Own Insurance Company .2.
birthday cake was featured In might as well be dead as the "
the decorations.Mrs. Way I am, although I never felt' J \ '>f f
better In my life." So I checkedin Terms to Suit Your Budget = J5V-
F. A. Reynolds and Mrs. at the hospital ,and now I \ . :
Maxine Buckles were in Day- know. What they do to you in 4 ..

tona Beach for the state board a hospital shouldn't happen to -V''Up to 36 Months on New Cars't't'L -
meeting of the Florida Federa- I ...
needles choke with thermometers ; ,, ,
tion of Women's Clubs. you "';
wrap an old inner tube ..J Convenient Local Payments J. '
Mrs. Virginia Moody was in around your arm and wear <> ;
Gainesville Monday visiting themselves out trying to pumpit ,
with her son in law and daughter up. Nurses and' interns keep ..J' Optional Credit Life Insurance : : ,\ ,
/ :Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ward. Mr. coming, in smiling .like chessy '
Ward was receiving treatmentat cats, they roll your over and <
the J. Hlllis Miller, Hospital. give you the works. Ajax, Mr. I '# :
Clean, Spick & Span, Handy-
Claude H. Barrow is now stationed Andy and all the rest when they ' :' ,CITIZENS' BANK ( i: :
at Lakeland Airforce have finished with you, you .
Base in Texas. He wil be in know what they mean when ,
the electronics division. He is they say, "For the first time in 'I' : '
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude my life, I felt really clean." of BUNNELL '( :' "
Barrow of Bunnell and has just Dr. Kildare and Dr. Casey, may I ,
recently joined the Airforce.L. I be dedicated but the bums never -
came near me, I didnt:; ,even ,
H. Drady left Saturday for I see my own doctor. A' nurse
Columbus, Ga., where he will and a couple of strong armed I -
spend several days on business. I guys roll me on to 'a cart, give
a shot in the arm and whenI I
i Mrs. A. F. Tucker spent Sun I wake up I' mwrapped in bandages "first class"GO

day in Fort Christmas where and don't even know what : : LL LLh.
she attended,homecoming at the ylt is.tThe1xWife. , '
Pine':GrovefBaptist CM ireh.'They is standing at the f" ECTRIC ,..,1\, .', ; .

had dinner on the ground at foot of my bed but she's in ( ;:: ,yNn...y... ...,...M
noon. duplicate and her conversationseems { '?4CH4R, TOO ,"' f
to be all backlashed.

Mr. and Mrs. Lillard White Somebody brings in a bunch offlowers
I i
have returned to their home and an orderly bringsin
here after a visit in Knoxville, a buch of get-well cards, I
and Nashville, Tenn. They also nothing makes any sense and
spent some time in Davenport, all I can say is "Go way, you
Iowa, visiting with Mrs. White'sson bother me."

in law and. daughter, ,Mr. Next morning l'wake up
and Mrs. Sam Heywood. bright eyed and bushytailed.The ,
Doc comes' around, inspectshis

George Deen of Baxley, Ga., carving and says, "Go home, r:
is visiting here this week with you're 'okey." They tell me the '.M.7.OMO710waP1A1L r
relatives and is the house guestof growth wasn't, malignant and
Mr. and :Mrs. Rob Deen. the operation was a success. It
was a wonderful experience and

CARD OF THANKS they tell me I'm a lucky guy. ,.
I Words cannot adequately ex- Thanks Doc, thanks hospital,
press our deep appreciation for and thanks you wonderful '
the many kind and sympatheticacts nurses. You are overworked ,and )" '
I that came to us at the timeof underpaid and there ought to
our recent bereavement. For be a law or something. Now I'll JfiR'f:: u'c
find out if the ,Blue Cross and
the beautiful, service, floral offerings '
I memorial gifts, comforting Blue Shield are all they are JU\ 1: '

expressions of sympathy and cracked up to be. 7'. '
many other kindnesses, we are '
deeply grateful.We EXPLORER SCOUTS CAMP '.,
now enjoy modern flameless
also want 4o thank every Some 8,000 Explorer Scouts,en- cooking. :... : .
one for their prayers, and their camp each summer at Philmont -
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words of' comfort and cheer expressed Scout Ranch-the largest such CLEANER No soot-blackened pots or grime-stained kitchen walls. ; :
to her in so many beautiful camp in the world and a boy's Electricity is pure energy. No flame, no products of combustion. Curtaips "
and thoughtful ways during dream of the Wild West come and drapes stay cleaner. .. :

her long illness. Also a true. Located in the Rockies COOLER I. . FASTER I The flat electric surface units cling .'
near' Cimarron, New Mexico, the
special thanks closely to cooking utensfls.Trigger-fast heat goes directly,into the food-
blood and all those who ranch is traversed by the historic < of
gave not into the room. Your kitchen stays up to 16 cooler. i
offered to give.Such neighborly Santa Fe Trail, the Na .'
thoughtfulness will always be a' tional Geographic Society says. AUTOMATIC! Push a button or flip a switch... the controlled,
J cherished'memory.. Buffalo, elk, and deer roam the heat is the same every time.. .just-right as you want it for perfect cookc', ,
plains.! Mountain lion prowl ing without pot-watching. :
The Family of I'
Luna M. Babbitt. lonely canyons, and (trout a- ,SAFER,too!Super-safe'because there's no constant-burning pilot flame; ., fI
bound in the ranch's streams. I no hazardous fumes. You never have to be "on guard." You enjoy pre-' .
I cious peace of mind. -
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MASSEY-FERGUSON Electric Ranges \ th I .
f. with the
Grove Farm Industrial Equipment I modern"built-in" I l
look. Colors too! gjjL FLORIDA P.OWER. &, LIGHT COMPANY -
Phone ID 7-3242
i Visit your Electric 1 HflflMS suit FLORIDA Every Uedaltoi Home
Owner .' Bunnell, Florida I Appliance Dealer i tsxJay,includes*nameless -
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I 2:30 to 2:45'ach afte oori.f or five cents a week.
?: B II<;4 Mary Pache reporter. Johnnie Ruth Miller, reporter. .' ,,(" &'tit 14_ : :>''% 'N 'T.J

. Scltaal views JUNIOR CLASS The Junior Sophomore Class. The Sopho t'r
" < Class has finished their maga- more Class held'a meeting at Isn't it fun
SENIOR CLASS-The Senior zine drive after turning in Puge Hugas's house to discuss ,

held a meeting at Mike Cook's $1,634. They wish to thank taking a bus to the Baldwin ziir to romp on a cozy :
house Monday night at 7. Plans everyone who helped them. The game. They decided to sponsora ;

- :were made for an expresso four students who sold the bus and charged 35 cents for ?"
warm floor 'i'if'it
;booth, called "Senior's Inferno," most magazines were: Lorraine tickets. This was not a money-
:::for the Halloween Carnival. All Wyndham: $245; Sharon Town- making project. Mr. Dumbauldt

\ 'the seniors are helping or presenting ,send, $189.68; Allida Tucker, Mrs. Whyndham and Mr. Bow IIIIIAI
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acts. $189.45, and Nell Johnston, $174. ers chaperoned, and Mrs. Col- l
. :" The Senior' Class trip was Lorraine received two stuffed leen Dupont drove the bus.

1 briefly mentioned. The Seniorstvill animals and ten silver dollars. The class also discussed having

'! ; soon decide the type of trip Sharon received a stuffed ani- a booth at the Halloween
S =they wish to take and where mal and five silver dollars. Carnival.

(they will go. lida received a stuffed Al-I
L i' Cakes will soon be sold by !and three silver dollars and Mary Pache, reporter. f
{Seniors at lunch in the cafeteria. received a stuffed animal and

'> Carol Hoskins. reporter I two silver dollars. I I FREE PAINT I II
r FRESHMAN CLASS-The Fresh- The next five salesmen were k fS .
j One extra gallon of your choice 1
t !jman .Classhad a class meeting I awarded a silver dollar each. I I with each e.1,.. ..o ioU\ 1I I
[. |'on Monday, October 1, with The chairman, the drive was 1t
r-: !!President Zachary Holland in Gail Wadsworth and team cap- Mary Carter Pain I Store .* t I

l: charge. It was decided, to have tains were Gloria Moore and Alan WestKHtr *.hot.ilnit enter > 2 xl 0eF I!
la band for the dance they are Sharon Townsend. !
f. sponsoring on October 12. They I Nell Johnston, reporter. .r..tI'tI'.tl'-"yrIVYY .ti .Wt 1 15WEEiiLIEA
t O. .F. ALFORD 1I
i ;voted to send flowers to Mr. At- :' I
FRESHMAN CLASS. The Freshman Registered
;klnson's funeral. I
Class held class
a meetingon
'i. Sue Ellen Deen, reporter. I Real Estate Broker
October 8, to select a sloganfor
;j': JUNIOR CLASS The Junior I
their dance. The 'slogan se-
'ClasS is selling cartridge pens Bunnell Florida
lected was "The Dragon Stomp . . .. . . . . . .
i for a dollar. If you are interested ...._.. ..fIf. . .. .. .. . .rI'wl'rI"rI'rI'
Like The Monster Mash. The
in buying one conta'ctbe .
for the dance dis-
prices were .
4 Kent Holland, or RCA VIC1ORLIVING ,}'; : ,,.
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it decided
cussed and was to
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., charge 50 cents stag and 75 1 L .
} The class voted to sell oiote- MOIL TUg 1'IUTl nt- + + '
cents drag.
books with a bulldog emblem
Sue Deen. reporter. I! Radio & Television
ton them. These' will go on sale I 226 E Granada: Ph. OR 7-2001 L<. *> give your family a r' k

Jfor' a quarter very shortly. LIBRARY CLUB. The' pins the ORMOND healthier, happier, warmer
Nell Johnston, Club ordered arrived
: reporter. Library on --- ---
home with a beautiful new d.
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October 8. All the club mem-
GRADE On Tuesday, Opitober i
: well TV
bers were pleased with SERVICEALL ,1 .
+ 2, Mr. Brown had his class their pins.
learn the Alma Mater. Christine
Marsha Durrance, reporter. MAKES :
Casey and Cathrine Stanish
I GRADE 7B. The B. section of --the <. Agent For j
;sang a solo then everybody sangit OIL HOME HEATER ,
seventh grade elected class of-
together. Now all 24 members
ficers on October 5.' Those elect- 1
|of 8-B know the Alma Mater. SIEGLER has the big, built-in Blower System and exclusive J -
Dale Abbott, reporter. ed were: Kathy Anderson, presi- & ANTENNAS SOLD Inner Heat Tubes that give you the comfort :
dent; Elaine Tidwell, vice presi- AND INSTALLED miracle of SUPER FLOOR HEAT. Come in and I
FUTURE TEACHERS of America dent; Sylvia Grogg, secretary; ask for a demonstration and see how this new
The FTA Club held a meeting Bobby Robinson, treasurer, and TUBES TESTED FREE Siegler will pay for itself with i
in the. cafeteria at the reserved Julie' Brown, reporter. the fuel it saves.FLAGLER .

table on Monday, October. 1. Julie Brown, reporter. TV BobFLAGLER
The Halloween Carnival was discussed GRADE 8A. The A section of

and it was decided to eighth grade held a"class meet-, .
sponsor a dart throwing booth. ing to elect a devotional leader BEACH ;-' ''''':'

Three FTA members, Sharon and to decide on the amount of PHONE HE 9-2204 HARDWARE ;

Townsend, Allida Tucker, and class 'dues. Walton Cowart was w

Jenny 'Bennett, are ,helping 'Mrs. elected devotional, leader. The Subscribe to The 'Flagler Tribune Railroad: Ave. Phone ID 7-3191 Bunnell, Florida
Newell with her third grade from class dues will be $1.80 'a year S2JSO A Year In Advance
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1.I 1.-I Thur dayi'Octvber 11;'1962 THE FLAGLER; TRIBUNE, BUNNELL-, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN': .

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... - .. ." THE BOOK NOOKTitle has been left in her desk by where the !treasure was found,-.
I mistake. In it she '
sees a slip read the book. -

: Duster Pilot of paper which bears cryptic no- Library Assistant,

L Author: D.S. Halacy, Jr. tations and some lines from Linda Harris.Do .

! Kind: Fiction. what appears to be a newspaper
of you know that 1,170 books*
Are you interested in readinga report a robbery.A

I I book that will Interest you I strange baseball which is were checked out duringthe '
month of ? We have
I until the last page? Then read larger than regulation'size, an' September
I By- Leslie Pache I.this about an 18-year-old boy old baseball team called "The many new books which have ar' ..
i rived at the library, some of .
who had worked endlessly Maple Leaves, and a mysterious '
INDIANS AERIALS play the No. 2 "Hastings Spuds. nights packing fruit to acquirehis code involve Joan in a these are: "Carol Heiss Olympic ,'.,.

I CONQUER BULLDOGS 21-7 not ters.been The scored Baby on Bulldogs by Hastingsin have pilot license. He had been search for hidden treasure Queen" is a very interesting biography -'
"Make Your Own" is
Bunnell Bulldogs, unimpressed their last two meetings. turned down by every Aviation which takes her all over New ,
by tales of Tailback ErnieCrawford's i Corporation, in despair he answers York City. Engaged in this one a book for girls who are in. ,"'

' muscle and brawn, LITTLE MOE SEESBULLDOGSJN.COMEBACK I the add in the paper to search, however, is a dangerous, terested in sewing. "Devil Driv .
the Indians in check for ers" is book for .j
, held an interesting
... be a helper. But he learns that unknown rival. Joan suspects .
the first quarter. With minutesleft who like "The History .
in the .half, a bad pass The Indians did it, winning Reece Aviation is a firm of crop. everyone. boys racing. ; '
their first game from us in 12 of Our World" is a good ..
looked good for a t dusters.If a.
from center In the end Joan doesn't find
tries. The did a good job !
boys .. .
Indians. Insteadit book for people who are. inter- .
for the ;
big loss and stopped their Big Chief you are interested come to the diamond but finds a sterl
turned, out to be a long 50- ested in their Modern World. ,
Ernie Crawford. Coach Avinger our library at once. :
to Crawford ing silver statue of Athena justas .
yard pass
) looking to win this big \
r who went,over for a touchdown opened up with a passing attack Flynn EdmonsonLibrary valuable as jewels. To find Library Assistant, //

. and then: for the extra pointto and put the game on ice in the Assistant. out who her other rival was and Carolyn Harris. '
make it 70. i
The .Bulldogs dropped two third period 210. i MYSTERY OF THE I.....-.-.-.-. J'J'.J'......tj..l'.l'.l'.............l'.l'..................tl'.l'- -..-..rJ'I- - I
in the early part of the Our boys gained a lot of experience 11 "
. game which could have set up and all did a fine job. I FORGOTTEN DIAMOND FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT I
'. plays for touchdowns. As I'said before, 99% won't do
STATISTICS which means our passing defense 'I I Joan Burton's senior year at
Baldwin I will have to improve in Guilford School was turning out AMBULANCE
' Bunnell I I
. games against Lopez and Hastings
, 10, First downs 14 .. We are playing the Drag to be even more exciting than PHONE VAlley 4-1625

: 104 Rushing attempted yards 140 9-110 I ons this Friday and these boys she had expected. She had known SERVICE, ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA . '
r 14.51 Passes are itought. Remember there that she was going to take over :
F, 4-23.1 Penalties Punts 5-75 motto is "Beat the Bulldogs." as editor of (the school paper, Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia: Ambulance. We
I have watched the Dragonsin .
0 0 7 Globe but she hadn"t
Bunnell 0 the -- anticipated -
; the many years they have are always at your service with promptness safety and .
0 7 14 0 .
l. Indians being plunged into a
: received the played. They will do something I experience.
t Baldwin Indians
unexpectedly. Always they have dangerous mystery in which
third andtod'4
.f kid(off 1n..the quarter outstanding player like
t' air to score twoTff.fs. unknown enemies would shove and '
the With Resusitator
to Renfroe Equipped Oxygen .Inhalator'_
r Quarterback Kenny
One by 'Fouraker and or her into dark closets and make
p. Steven Buck. Halfback Lynn
or.e-by Bob Kasson.. Crawford Fedor and outstanding end in her the !target of rocks flyingin Garcia Funeral Home '
f" the ball over for both James Leek.D. the night. ..'

1-_ /'i-cUTied fourth to put quarter the score, Abbott 210. & B. lost the service of Halfback The mystery is not long in P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director .
Earl Bringham who suffered -
rolling with coming. On the first
got a broken leg in the Friday very day LADY ASSISTANT

r',' J',. th e.touchdown.dTbbottovrushed night game. of school, Joan finds that a book ..,........................................................,..............y..................... .. .

i the extra point. ..R,4.K4+.X 0v<7C.f4Y'L 'J?9TK}. S J/q'{';1S '
t the ball over for ) 1.0475}'''' f.
r F The ballgame ended 217. ;; }};r.;:},<} .:: .V.

f CRAWFORD SCORES NINE ..,:",,.x40..... .tiniyr.nr...v {.:::tinX:iY.r;{:}tkj KYC4 vi*: 3.' '.:
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touchdown and three points aft .... ;.
t er :T.D, to go ahead 13 pointsin .;
I the conference. Harry Kuleski '.
was Idle. last week and has 33 5JTA\JJ .t. .

r. points. Abbott is in third place :::... y } L : .. .... ,- .
with 19 points. "y.- ,'
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t Kuleski 3 5 3 33 _
1 Abbott 4 3 1 19 i '\ ; t :./ n.n
'j I Foreaker 4' 3 0.. 18, .. ' \. .- -'''' ,
t Renfroe J. :. A 3 r2.Y u .*12 w: :; ; :'1:;'t? iji
J. ,Lacour x ,- -Pt2* ':2. 0.. 12 ) .. "1 .
V. Provenza 4 2 0 12 . .
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4 2 0 12 : L- ; ;
T. Polk .
Raulson ,,4' 2 0 12 ji?: -
f r M. Zimmerman 2. 2 0 12 I ,
'- 2.:2 0 < 12 .. 'f _
: Joe Allagood ,
'. L. Fedore 3 1 2 8 .,, ,,-,. .,
t Johns ',3 'I 2 8 .trw'A ,
Hastings takes over lead in
I conference :with n'o losses. Plays
St. Joseph Friday nightSTANDINGS ;
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I W L T Per '-..;
Hastings 1 0 2 1000 4 ,
Baldwin 3 '1 0' 750

Bunnell 2 1 1 666 .:........ .I
D& B 220 500
Father Lopez 1 1, 0 500 .. .
Callahan 1 2 1 333 ............,-.....;...-.. ... .
St. Joseph 2 2 0 500 -:;
Crescent City 0 2 0 000 },
Keystone Hts. 0 2 1 000 / .-
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D & B at Bunnell
Hastings at St. Joseph
I Orange Park at Baldwin
Father Lopez at Crescent City
Callahan at Keystone Heights ; u


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: 27 1961 6 :.
39 1959 7
20 1958 6 .
0 1957 6 ; --} MN v J wk :- ; ''C!7 r-
20 1956 6 A ?;:; .r;! :n ...
38 1955 6 -

34 1954 7 .
7 1953 6
12 1952 0
t 0 1951 19 .
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Bulldogs will meet the D & B S -
Dragons Friday night at the lo :.T.Ti
cal football field at 8 o'clock.
The Dragons have a 2-2 record .
f for the season. Both teams shut t'I{ To keep you car-safe and carefree. To keep your mind on the road, not on your car.That's .
: out the St. Joe Flashes.I I I -
the purpose of Standard's famous Fall Certified Car-Check:
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BABY BULLDOGS PLAY I We check your coolie, , ,
HASTINGS OCTOBER 16 brake fluid. We change the oil, tame every squeak with KYSOlubrication. We cover t ,o;
t. Bunnell Baby Bulldogs will your car from headlights to tailpipe! / .

travel Tuesday to' Hastings to It's a system so complete that when we're through we give your car a,"diploma." .

A written record of all points weVe-checked and serviced. It means you're boss in any' ' .
'. PAL PARKER'S. INC. weather. ',_

t Automotive Specialty Center Drive in today at your Standard station. Do as Dixie's car-wise millions do.,Go safe "
; BRAKES RELINED 919L93 go Standard '

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;: color: The dye solution shouldbe advantages. They prolong the
:' warm, but not boiling. After maintenance program and offer Assignment of

j;; : CLASSIFIED dryeing, wash foliage 'to remove competition to permanentgrasses.

excess dye. Now, soak dyed !Pupils Made by

foliage for 30 minutes to one Plant temporary lawn grasses

j,!: '. ADS hour in a five per cent gycerin from mid-October through November School Board'

; solution. Remove dyed material or as soon as you no-
insertion I from glycerin ,and dry in the tice the of
r r LiaUap under tal* beading are 3 cento per word each growth your perma-
r 75 cento is ,minimum enarce shade. nent grasses beginning to'slow The Bard of Public Instruction

h" 1958 Chevy :REFINISH1NG: Furniture refinished This process can also be used down. made 16 pupil assignments for
FOR SALE-Half ton I
: ..'' I to and color Christmas the Bunnell school and 22 for
$1000. II IIf and repaired. Experiencedon preserve
\ pickup truck good as new Preparatory to planting, rake
f ; the Carver school at its
recaned. -
; 707 East Lambert Ave. ID 73745. antiques. greenery. I over the permanent grass sod I(
; Oct. n'-4tc Tel. 4392007. 10.11tiqa4detl6Z Hardwood Cuttings t with a stiff-toothed rake to Tuesday morning. Several

. I I Some popular shrubs you can loosen the sod and to bring,I I professional and personal leaves
FOR SALE-Tappan Electric I :for teachers were approved.
o f.d propagate now by hardwood some soil to the surface. Next,i
1'.+J Range $75; Whirlpool Automatic: I cuttings are abelia, flowering apply about 20 pounds of 6-6-6 1 I" Vocational Ag Advisor Ford .

Washer $50; Westinghouse Re. I 1 I quince, poinsettia hibiscus, analysis fertilizer per 1,000 presented the Ag development -',

}, frigerator $Z;- Car 'Carrier, used (By Hervey: Sharpe) turk's-cap, crep-myrtle, privets, square feet of lawn. I plans to the board for their In- '

t once $8; Dreg;Fryer $5. These October is traditionally a color pomegranate and yellow-elder. Rates of seeding per 1,000 i formation.The .

appliances are in excellent con I month for,many types of foli I I Begin the project by cutting square feet of lawn is six poundsof I board in routine business

.i dition. Must see to appreciate. age. So, why Jiot 'get into the pencil-sized wood into 10-inch Italian rye, 2 to 3 pounds of i approved phys ed equipment;

205 N. Flagler Ave., Flagler festive mood 'of the season by lengths and tying the selected Kentucky blue, or about 1H voted to buy three heavy band

Beach or call 4392263. I I coloring leaves from your back hardwood stock into convenient pounds of red top. Keep lawn instruments for Carver school;

yard plantings? sized bundles Next, bury the lawn and votedto
Oct. 11-Itp moist until the seeds germinate. buy a mower;
Fern, Galax, magnolia, oak, bundles in a vertical position. About a month after seeding; pay back rent of $110 for the
; FOR SALE-Lots 5 and 6, Block. maple, pine and,other: plant materials basal ends up-In a sunny, well fertilize again using 10 to 15 north AlA bus garage.
161, with house and shop, located be used for the color drained
can spot. pounds per 1,000 square feet. The board approved kindergarten -
: on y.S. Highway 1. Con. ing and preserving project suggests In three to seven weeks there plans for the Bunnell school

, tact W.H. or Carrie Hill on the Dr. E. W. McElwee, headof will be a heavy callus forma building program and sent

premises. Oct. 11 ltp the ornamental horiculture tion on the cuttings showing DOG OWNERS NOTICEDog I them to the State Departmentfor

FOR SALE OR RENT-In Flag: department of the University of they are ready to 'be lifted out owners in Bunnell who approval, The rooms, when
r cot Florida.As in the nursery row. Set the( cut have, not secured dog tags for I built, will be under the Matching .
ler Beach Fla.
the first step in this project tings upright in the row with this year are urged to contact Building Act, with matching

\ ', tage. Living room, bath, kitch remove the green or natural. one or two buds showing above Chief of Police Wilfred Hunter funds provided by the state and
4 enette, breezeway, garage. Shower color of the foliage selected by ground. for, a date to have the dogs, in- I' the county. The Building Act is

I in utility room. Good water. emmersing it in Javelle water. After
/, OW service, 3 lots 50 x 15Q each. To make this solution, mix 4 ery row, the rooted cuttings can city is to begin a driveto sis.
furnished.ALSO pounds of sodium carbonate be transplanted to permanent pick up all stray dogs, and' t

FOR SALE with one gallon of water and I places in !the garden, or usedas all dog owners are urged, to secure
I Iron ,bed springs and mattress boil 10 minutes. To this, add material Ito "swap" with these tags.A .

.." $10; 2 burner oil heater stove, one pound of chloride of lime. neighbors for species which you I Authorized Bvinrude ,Dealer I

good, $10., Call at 319 6th St. Then cool the solution and do not have in your garden. huge oak tree in HighlandsState I BOAT" ACCESSORIES REPAIRS

t Flagler Beach, Florida. strain. Lawns Park, near Sebring, is estimated Dockage Storage Free Ramp

Oct. 11-2tc Caution: Use glass, wooden or to be over 1,000 years I WE FINANCE I
It's time to winter '
plant grassif
enameled containers as this solution old. Ballough Rd-Daytona. '
FOR SALE-Roto-hoe, with tiller you plan to keep your lawn I 1825
is corrosive. Also
; .and....... lawn mower attachments.. very bright and green during the I ,
hands and clothing.
wheel chair, portable commode, protect your cool months ahead. There are
? gas hot water heater, 8 lounge For leaves high in tannin- three temporary winter grassesto '
such oak delicate foliage CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
as -or i
chairs and 2 tables, bathroom choose from-ItalIan rye, Kentucky
such Maidenhai ,fern dilute
\ sink, window fan, and #-hp as t blue and red top.
Javelle water with, one-fourth ; A. H. CRAIG Funeral Dk' ctof
Bimini Bar High. Of the three blue
electric motor. l Kentucky I
volume of water. For most
way 100, Bunnell. 10-11-ltp has the nicer color, texture and JOHN HARDIN. Associate ,
leaves bleach in 1:1 Javelle- I I 1
quality and is relatively free'of .
WOULD LIKE TO ,, :water solution.Bleaching I I diseases. Red top has the finest'I! AIRCONDITIONED LADY OXYGEN

r ished apartment, BENT-Furn.1 I requires up to 12 I texture, but is susceptible to I ATTENDANT I EQUIPPED I

:. months. Write' P. ...' hours depending on the foliage. II brown patch, while Italian Rye, CHAPEL AMBULANCES-
9-27-tf After wash I \
Bunnell. bleaching, plant ma-
in the opinion of many, is .
terial in 'Phone 7-3532
thoroughly running wa ID
WANTED lk *L.P. Gas) cus I cheaper. T
tomers. Call Harris Appliance & ter. I I Winter grasses ,have some dis 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA !
Next dye, foliage the desired .
Gas. ID 7.3367, Bunnell,'Florida.I

Aug 30-tfc
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FOR SALE-30 foot house trailer, ,J ,N'J. :, : S':0rdt... .! .. ,..; Z. ..+..
v '!r''f.S:{ } ;: y .nwxA+"
:! :<. a:,: N> }:> :: 2 :
Masonite. Call ID 73410. aF a1 a < a !;- xh 9y

6.21--tf I '..: :;
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Repossessed due to, unfortunate ww '.... x" ;''>;,K::.i.;J. f d x
, circumstances model, perfect 4 .
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y.aP1: ,, % ,
*D K .
?i9ti; G.
forward and gs.., ;;.,.,
condition. Sews reverse w>:xr;; } fR4. ra'.X: : waY: :
makes buttonholes, sews ,A.: r.f'P"9'A; frfa'c : r.? <
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on buttons, embroiders & monograms + ;;; ? :Cs>, :'n.t ; : ; 'KY.vYxa :

darns & patches, tacks xy e i'inlwFr f :$ t ', .,. '

& hems, etc. Assume 6 paymentsof ::.{,...; .. .v; rx<5.. ? 3 rE
$7.75. CL 5-1161, Daytona yt O.Y J"> ''

Beach. Sept. 13, 5tp. 'L

;,z; : ', .: i ?.., ;4a.?:. F n y+"%'+.y., ,, .. to,.it,
FOR SALE-L.P. Bulk Gas. We $ -;+r3 Yin };.% ; #; \ -- -

will fill your tank or we will

furnish you with a tank. Call

Harris Appliance & Gas. Co. at

ID 7-3367, Bunnell Florida. + :
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Aug. 3OtfcSEPTIC :
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TANK-cleaning reason +act < Y. o I
able rates. George Jarosz,'phone Jk,;rx. 'y! y. x/.y h/. : f' '-

ID 7.3410 5-17-11-17-pald s, fa .- .. Ja.'sin'S G a.-fi r r ,.%;. {

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y.-. .
. On TV, Radios, Hi-Fi, Sewing ,, ": :.,., !
vc' <'' n.-:: wa f
Machines, Vacuum Cleaners and '.Jl !
all small appliances. All work i -' ; \ ?. >t y 6
guaranteed. Ormond Hard\yareI Ff
50V.. Granada next 7-Eleven I
Ormond Beach,' Fla. Phone 677- I I

4414. May 17-tfc I

Ocean front,housekeeping apart

ments, 1 ,and 2 bedrooms com-
pete with linens and all utilities. !7 zdin4 &ue CJ
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Sun deck, fishing, swimming,. t 74ioieo. I .

loafing. Day, week or month. ..
Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. ; In the eighteen nineties when the new upright telephone' Your telephone will continue to change and improve,

HE 9-2082 7-6tf was first introduced, the well-dressed woman's skirt but Florida Southern Bell's tradition of sound manage
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remain the and, stability are the hall-
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER homes same. Change .
Telephone fashions have changed too. Today's '
marks of good business. Your Telephone Company believes '
BEACH REALTY CO. .,_ include multi-extension phones, home interphones and
LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT: o :_ the melodic bell chime. Businesses rely on such modem in both. >

; WATER. FRONT FARMS: equipment as the, dial switchboard, the speakerphone

ACREAGESee and the call director. Tomorrow will bring the phone i\ BellGE
us for your real estate needs Southern ,
Office Phone HE'9.2242 that turns on the oven while you're out, and the phone L ,

Residence Phones ID 7.3691 that lets you see,the person to whom you're talking. ,c .,;41J RK iIiiM'f

or ID 7.3517 "
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