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 25, 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: VID00667
Source Institution: University of Florida
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50, NO. 42 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCT. 25, 1962' $2.50 A YEAR 'I

. : Dist. Governor School Honor Rolls FRIDAY THOUGHTS COME CREEPING VFW Sponsored '';

. W. J. HamrickAt Bunnell and Beach /7 Halloween Fete : .
Bunnell-4th grade: Kirk Rob

Local Club ertson, Greg Robertson, Kay
Perryman, Kim Lawton, Minnie p;

\I District Governor w.J. (Bill) Deen, Lyna Knight, Joy Lee,
\ Hamrick'of Jacksonville paid an Betty Louise Steflik, Catherine The VFW Halloween Carnival
official visit to the Bunnell Rotary Harris, Jay Townsend, John will be held at the Bunnell
Club' Thursday noon and Richard Jones, John Geller. Civic Center on Wednesday evening :

f was guest speaker at the lunch Fifth grade-Barbara Dodgen, October 3L \'

eon meeting. Gyn King, Lesa Knight, Beth I The parade will begin at 4:30 ,.

The club assembly was held Matherly, Donna Spicer, Jack in the afternoon and will.pro ,
Wednesday evening at the Bun. Barber, Cynthia Hinson. ceed to the Civic Center Build-

,.... nell Civic Center and plans ,and Sixth grade-John Cody Rob K ing. The Carnival will begin at. i
jL projects of the club for the fol. ert Creal, George Koczwanski, A1riTh 5 o'clock. : .:

;. .' lowing Rotary year: were dis Carol Lynda Townsend, Colleen Mrs. Dorothy Barber Carnival =,
;: cussed. Tucker, John Cook, Hal King. Chairman, said anyone who has i
' Mr. Hamrick who is making Seventh grade-Linda Bell, not already purchased a booth ,

..." official visits to the various clubs Sue Broadaway Ben Cannon, W MI is urged to call her at ID 7-3349
in District 694, gave a talk on Thomas Duncan Hewitt Dupont, for reservations. Twenty-five r

,r. ideals and goals of Rotary InternationaL Rusty Improta, 'Linda Knight, per cent of the booth proceeds . ;
-,.'''' Marylyn Mitchum: Tony Parker, go to the VFW Auxiliary. ,'

;.. .Community service, high eth I Sharon Patrick, Eleanor Shill, Booths and their sponsors already -
"" ics in business, and world fellowship Wesley Thomas, Clifford Higgin- signed up are as follows: ;

and peace are among botham, Joanne Wilson, Karon F. F.A., darts; Idlewood Club,

the goals of Rotary International Moody,. Patty Robbie, Robert bean bag, ring toes and snow
't" and the speaker elaborated Rouse. cones; Band Parents, cake walk, .

ti:. on these indeals. Eighth grade-Dennis Clay, + and chicken pilau; .VFW Post,
D. W Merriman will be the Walton Cowart, Delores Deen, -- boat rides; American Legion, r

speaker at the Rotary Club to- Kathy Emery, Vicki King, John train rides; Auxiliary, hot dogs, 't
:' day at 12:30. Mr. Merriman was nie Ruth Miller, Janice Seale, Flagler Schools Flagler Beach log, cotton candy; Senior Class,

10', for many years a referee in the Robert Mathen, Arthur Ford. Kit Kat Club.Country ,
i Big Ten Conference and has Ninth grade' Betty Lynn Ready CivilDefense CommissionersSpecial Club, pie and coffee; I

called games in which such Bourne, Catherine Hinson, Mari- Freshmen, fish pond; spohomoxe-

f stars as Jim Thorpe played. lyn McNab, Brenda Tucker, Lin-, PlansSchool Class, hay ride; Junior Class,
'j MeetingA horse rides; Garden Club, variety -
da Weaver, Billy Kurtz. Lewis
booth; Woman's Club, :
; Daytona Beach Smigielski.Tenth grade-Ida Allen, Mike officials in all Flagler special meeting of the Flag candle squirt and balloon dart :
County .schools are presently reviewing ler Beach Town Commissionerswill projects.
Union sfHfijfff1f Hornsby, Cynthia Cobb, Scott
and revising Civil Defense
( be held at the recreation
'V7 mews, Marie Fleurie,' Kandyce .
: 'Covell.A Emergency Plans for the 1 1I .hall at 8 o'clock tonight. Purposeof Assistant Named
b Free Hom4J(1-j( j tJ I purpose of placing them in the the meeting is to inform the .
Eleventh grade-Gloria Moore, '
I highest possible state of readiness freeholders on the proposed Water
Communication Workers or ell Johnston, Alton Ford, Al- the For Marine Sudios -
II' during present 'periodof
system for Flagler Beach
t America Local 3102 in Daytona lida Tucker, Nancy Wilson.

; Beach will ,again 'sponsor ?fivefree r: Twelfth. &rjrjdA -' Barbara. Civil heightened Defense world' tensions..Emergency 'which is..6th up::.to' be' : voted> *& 'on. November EresidentJRolleston-: **'':* I
;CajristraEsj-c 1 S:4 o/ser !cmen e: 'Sm.th ; Mechele Steflik Caro Plans for the Bunnell $choot ; r .

-''or- women' stationed over.seas line,Clifton,'Dianne,Greene, Barbara were approved by .the Board of The fiscal agent, Kirk Gunby, r Appointment of Frederick *C. t
George A. Murrell said to. Weaver. and the engineer, Dr. Smith, will Eckart as administrative assistant I
Public 'Instruction at its meet
day. be present to explain the pro: to the president for Marine.land :
ing February 6, 1962. Both I
: Only postcards with the following Flagler Beach-Grade -four-* on posal. Following the talks there of Florida, was announced \
the Beach and Carver
f, information will..be eligible Sandra Abbott, Patrick Duncan, Schools presently have Civil Defense will be a question and answer today by William F. Rolleston, j:

for consideration: Give the Debra Johnson, Linda Smith.- Emergency Plans and are period for further discussion. president.
't name, rank, serial number and Eckart, a Naval Reserve lieu .
Bell Bar
Grade five- likewise placing them in a stateof The' commissioners are inviting
'. location and address of relative. tenant, released to inactive ,
Kris was
bara Wilson, Ann Meekins readiness. the city's freeholders to at-
The calls will be given to Flag- duty October 10, after six and a 1
Marteli.Deborash Lucas, Faye Because of the inability of all tend this meeting and acquaint .
ler. Daytona Beach, and New half years of service. I
Hutcheson, Janet Haines, Donna county schools to provide adequate themselves with the proposalfor
Smyrna Beach residents. A native of Tampa, Eckart at- 1
Filkins, Catherine Duncan. protection from fall out, good water for Flagler.
The calls will be for three tended Jesuit High of Tampa 1
Grade six-Siiellen Duncan, emergency plans are necessarily I Beach.
minutes only. and later graduated with '
Theresa Rawlins, Diana Lucas, concerned with evac
AI ,Cards with the above informa primarily Bahelor of Business Administration j
Jimmy McNab, David'Johnson. uation procedures. All school FLAGLER BEACH'P.
tion must be forwarded to Local Degree in 1955 from the
and facilities have
3102, Postoffice Box 1632, Daytona buildings T.- A- CARNIVALTHIS University of Notre Dame, South
DANCES PLANNEDAT been civil defense
surveyed by
Beach, Florida. Bend, Ind. Following his graduation -
Deadline for receiving the ST. JOHNS PARK engineers and have been declared SATURDAYThe he was employed in the ,,

cards will be midnight of November suitable for radiation I Flagler Beach Parent- purchasing department, Hotpoint _I,
14. The drawing will be COMMUNITY HALL shelters. It is imperative, there, Teacher Association's Halloween Co., division of General Electric "'

held on November 15 at the Dances will be held every Sat. fore, /that the highest emphasis Carnival will be held at the in Chicago.Mrs. I
+ Plumbers and Fitters Hall inDaytona should be placed upon evacuation School : Eckart, the former Sarah I;
urday night from 9 to 1 at the Flagler Beach Elementary
Beach.. The public is plans. Jane Pasch, was born and raised, -
St. Park Community Hall. Parents of all' school children on Saturday evening, October 27.
invited to attend the drawing. Very good t music will be 'provided within the county will be kept The carnival will begin at 5 o' in Honolulu. The Eckarts and
will reside at
by "the Naturals" of Pa informed about clock and run to 7:30 that eve their two children
JOHN DODGEN fully emergency Trade Winds, St Augustine.
latka. President Johnson
procedures. Plans are going for. ning, Betty
::3 COMPLETES These dances are sponsored by ward immediately to make certain said today.

TRAININGArmy the St Johns Park Community that school officials, personnel Mrs. Johnson said the publicis r
Pvt. John Dodgen, 24, Improvement Association. Proceeds and children will be invited to attend the carnival. Baggett SpeaksTo

whose wife, Judith, and parents, will be used for repairingand fully informed and trained in Fun games, refreshments, fishponds
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Dodgen, fixing up'the community civil defense emergency pro Halloween Tree, Pony Lions Club I

live on Route ,1, Bunnell, com- hall. cedures. j rides, prizes for costumes, and Supervising Principal John D.

pleted the 15-week tracked- Civil Defense Plans for Flag many other booths and formsof Baggett was guest speaker at {
vehicle mechanics course at the ler County Schools are carefully entertainment are being of the Bunnell Lions Club meeting .It'

Amor ,Center,.' Fort Knox, Ky., Methodist Men's coordinated with the overall fered. Tuesday noon. He spoke on the 1

October 11.Dodgen I Civil Defense Plan for Flagler school program.

entered (the Army in Meet at DeLandA 'j County, Assistant Principal John Moody Family To Bill Vaughn of Washington,
October 1961, and completed Cannon said today. D.c., and Lester Bell of (the:

basic training at Fort Gordon, district-wide meeting of
Georgia. DeLand district Methodist Men's BPW Clubs Plan guests at the luncheon meeting.

club will be held at First :Methodist November 4thThe Members of the club presentall

Miles Family Church in DeLand Thursday District Meet voiced agreement with President -

evening, October 25, ,at 6:30 annual Moody Family Kennedy on the Cuban

Reunion SundayThe in the evening. This. SundayThe Reunion will be held at the situation. .I
Dinner will be served by the Bunnell Community Center on

annual :Miles Family Re- host church, preceding the regular Business and Professional Sunday, November 4th. A bas-
union will be held this Sunday, business session of' the Women's Clubs of District Four ket dinner will be served at MYSTERIOUS DISEASE '

October 28, at Wesley Chapel, group. will hold their quarterly meet- noon.
located in Bacon County, Ga., Guest speaker will be Dr. ing at Ellinor Village Country All members and family connections Among all the world's people, r

..' between Baxley and New Lacy. Charles T. Thrift, Jr., presidentof Club, Ormond Beach, Sunday, are invited to attend only the Fore in Australian New
It is just north of Georgia Highway Florida Southern College in October 28.Hostess the reunion. Guinea suffer from kuru, a mysterious ,
way 99 and near the Miles Lakeland.The clubs will be Ormond disease known as the

f Bridge. DeLand district covers an Beach, Flagler, Crescent City, First-time visitors to Florida laughing death." The malady,, ..
: area: from Palatka and St. At,.. and ;Palatka. Registration time during 1961 said that recommendation which claims about 150 victimsa

gustine on th ,north to Sanfordon will be at 11 o'clock A.M.: Guest of friends and relatives year, causes muscular tremors.It .

tive<<:s of the family..are cordially the south. Methodist 'men speaker will, be Bea Freede, I was a prime factor in their may be hereditary, transmitted -

invited to'attend.. are urged to attend. state first vice president l coming to the state. by a virus.


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( PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, October, 25, 1962 t tIf. l-

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other_ findings in working up I P.T. 109 and P.T. 59. TheP.T.j IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF form ot the ballot to be used in 1;
preliminary plans on the water 109 was cut in half by a Jap- { CHANCERY NO. 4522 stantially in the following form suh.: /j

shed projectTHE :- anese destroyer. Jack Kennedy I:LLOYD R. FISH. Plaintiff BALLOT
Town of
uriuo ITnLllOTilmcm proved to be a hero by his gal vs. llond Election-Xovemter Flakier Beach Florida, JMZ j

lant actions in times of crises.By .MYRTLE M. FISH.Defendant... i811 ll the Town * Flagler
W. Robinson BOOK NOOK I Florida. issue general obligation
Library Assistant NOTICE TO DEFEND bonds in the aggregate
An organizational meeting of TITLE: GREEN EYES Mike Cook. THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: I amount for the of not exceeding $650.00' ,
MYRTLE M. FISH purpose of financing the
the Technical Action Panel of Author: Jean Nielson 3715 37th Avenue South j cost of the construction and acquisition 1
Minneapolis 6, Minnesota- of additions extensions .
Flagler held in the
County was You are hereby notified that a 1 and Improvements to the Water
Soil Conservation Service office This is the story of Jan Morgan GAMES FRIDAY suit has been filed against you in System of said Town said bonds
Father Lopez Bunnell he: above entitled cause; and you bearing interest payable semi
on October 23. Curtis Green, a high school senior, whose are hereby required to file your answer annually at such rate or rates

USDA Farmers Home Administration one goal is to be editor of the Hastings at Crescent City with the Clerk of this Court not exceeding the legal rate. aS j
and to serve a copy thereof upon shall be determined at the time
D & B
Callahan at
is the'designated chairman school paper, the ARGUS. She the plaitiff or plaintiffs attorney of the sale thereof and maturing
Baldwin at Jennings whose. name and address is: serially in annual Installments over
of the panel and was in almost loses this achievement i W. J. GARDINER a period not to exceed Thirty (S0>

charge of the Other by being too immature for the 208% S. Beach St. years from the date of said bonds ,
meeting. I ORMOND PRESCRIPTION P. O. Drawer 990 the principal, of and Interest on '...
members present were: job. It is true that she is younger Daytona Beach. Florida said bonds to be payable from ad .

than her classmates only because PHARMACY not "later than November :. A. D. able valorem taxes levied on all tax-
I property in said
: Town
1962. with
Sick Room SuppUes--sundries
Co-chairman Tilman Robin out limitation as to rate
she made such high marks or amount,
If fail to do decree
you scv pro
HOSPITAL SUPPLIES and which bonds be
son. Soil Conservation Service, that she was put ahead of her confesso will be entered against ally secured by may the addition
proceeds of
I 24Hour Prescription Service you for the relief demanded in the special
and Stanley Thrift, Agricultural assessments on lands and 1
j.. regular classmates in Beach bill of complaint. The nature of real estate benefited by
Free Delivery Flagler such con-
said suit
Conservation Program Service. Jan also feels that she is being Rt. AlA 1 ml. North of WITNESS being my for hand divorce.and seal of truction and acquisition all as t

i Other members of the TAP include left out of her family life ORMOND BEACH-TeL OR 7-1661 said Court this 26th day of Sep I more vided specifically in the ordinance described of the and Town pro ,,
: tember A. D. 196%. t
Howard Taylor, countyagent because her parents have most IN TUB COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Commission of the Town of Flae&IBSach' -
(Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE F1 I
; Albeit, Ford: vocational of their attention on Jan's sick FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. Clerk of said Circuit Court 27th day of September. .A. D. 1962f I
By Julia R. Harvey.
agriculture instructor' Bunnell brother. Jan had never taken CASE NO. 2SN Deputy Clerk.

I .High School, and G. B. Kelly, any interest in- a regular social WILLIAM RE: Estate H. ATKINSON.of JR Oct. 4-11-18-25-4tc I I. FOR BONDS 1

county ranger, Florida Forest life, when Dan Mallory came to Deceased.NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE OF BOND ELECTION I
Service. her school this soon changed.He All creditors of the estate of IlEACII. FLORIDA. ON NOVEMBER { I I AGAINST BONDS f
Villlam H. Atkinson. Jr.. deceased, 6, 1962NOTICE !
The duties of the Technical taught Jan to appreciate her are hereby notified and required

Panel is to give technical advice I family, community, and school to which file they any may claims have or against demands said that a bond IS election HEREBY will be GIVEN held INSTRUCTIONS TO

and recommendations to local state in the office of the county on the 6th day of November 1962.In If VOTERS
more. He also taught her the the Town of Flagler each. you are in favor of the Is
judge of Flagler County. Florida
committees under the Rural I meaning of happiness and that in the courthouse at Bunnell. Flor- Florida, for the purpose of determining suance"X" in the of the space bonds to the place left an of
whether or not bonds of
Areas Development Program. printing a paper is a responsibility da.from within the date six of calendar the first publication months- said Town shall be Issued In an the words "FOR BONDS."

The Rural Areas Development as well as 'a career. I of this notice. Each claim or aggregate principal amount of not If
demand must be in writing and exceeding SIX HUNDRED FIFTY you are not in favor of the
Program is concerned with total Library Assistant must state the place jot residence THOUSAND DOLLARS ($650.000). issuance of the bonds place an
bearing interest payable semi- "X" in the space to the left of
and address of the claim
economic development, In any Donna Miller. ant and postotfice must be sworn to by the annually. at such rate or rates the words "AGAINST BONDS."

where Ihe local II claimant his agent or his attorney not exceeding the legal rate as
area or county Section 5.
I void according shall be determined at the time Paper ballots shall
orIt will become
people feel the need for Improv- j I JOHN F. KENNEDY: WAR HERO to law. of serially the sale in thereof annual and installments maturing absentee be used at voting.said bond election for

ing conditions ,and organizing By Richard Tregaskis author of S/October Maudrey 10th, B.1962.Atkinson over a period not to exceed thirty The form of ballot to be
I Pellicer (30) years from the date of said used at said precincts in said bond
the local leadership Guadalcanal Diary S/ Glenda Atkinson
necessary election for
Administrators of the Estate of bonds for the purpose of financing absentee voters shall
to bring this about It includes, John F., Kennedy was a lieu William H. Atkinson.Jr. Deceased the cost of the construction and I form be In: substantially the following
acquisition of additions extensions
but certainly is not' restricted to, tenant in th U. S. Navy during First publication October 1.81519624tcNOTICE 25. 1962 and Improvements to the existing i BALLOT
October 25 & Nov.
Water System of the Town of I Town of Flagler Bead, Florida
full agricultural resource: deyel? World War II. He was sent toP Flagler Beach as more specifically I Bond Election November 6. 1062

opment. It has as its goal:.the, ,T. (patrol torpedo) boat school Any person moving bricks from described and provided in the ordinance Shall the Town of Flagler Bea h.
of the Town Commission Florida
more complete and efficient use at Melville, along the shore of State nell and Road St.No.Johns 13 between County Bun line of said Town calling said bond bonds ,In issue the aggregate general obligation principal

of tall human and physical._resources , Narragansett Bay. known as the Old Dixie Highway election adopted on which the 27th day amount of not exceeding $650.000
of said for
of September 1962 ordinance the purpose Jof financing
for larceny the
will be prosecuted
of, an area. Jack Kennedy was in the top Flagler County. Property. II Is published In full below cost of the construction and ac
as a part of this notice. quisition
of his class and completion Board of County Commissioners I additions extensions
upon of Flagler County Florida. I The places of voting in said and Improvements to the Water
Dave, Larsen and James Wells of the school he was made John A. Clegg. Chairman. bond election shall be the same System of said Town said bonds
places of voting which will be used bearing interest payable
2tc semi-
I October 18-25--
of the U. S. Service, Atlanta an instructor.In in the general election to be held annually. at such rate or rates
CIRCUIT COURT OF In the Town of Flagler Beach on not exceeding the legal rate
Ga. were in the Flagler February 1943 Kennedy IN THE an
FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA. the.same date and such places of be determined at the time of
Soil Conservation .District recently was ordered to report to the Pacific IN CHANCERY NO. 452T voting are set out in said ordinance the sale thereof, and maturing aerially
published below. The polls in annual Installments
evaluating the 'effects of for combat duty. He was MURIEL A. ORTIZ.Plaintiff, will open at voting places on the a period not to exceed Thirty over(30)

drainage on the growtti of woodland put on a relief crew in the Solo vs. day of the' said bond election years the from the date of said bonds
DONALD C. from seven o'clock a. m. until of and Interest on
in the Haw Creek Watershed mon Islands. ORTIZ.Defendant.. seven o'clock p. m. on -the same said bonds to be payable from ad
NOTICE TO DE"'ENDTHE day, all as provided In said ordinance valorem taxes levied on all tax
..}Area. Their information. He commanded two P.T. boats STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: adopted on September 27th able property in said Town without -

wfll bViised in conjunction with I| during the:war in the Pacific, DONALD CJ. ORTIZ 1962, and published in full below 11mltatlon *? to rate or amount,,
'.; ..'_ .r.- .... h 'Q East Church ,Street as, 'a .part of.. this notice. and which 'bonds may be addition
Jamesburg. New Jersey THE TOWN COMMISSION OF ally secured by the' proceeds of
You are hereby notified that a THE TOWN OF FLAGLER special assessments on lands and
suit has been filed against you in BEACH. FLORIDA real estate benefited by such coaetructlon -
the above entitled cause; and you and acquisition all as
are hereby required to file your answer ' By THOMAS W. DUNCAN. more specifically described and
\ NEW TELEPHONE DIRECTORY CLOSES SOON with the Clerk of this Court Chairman Commission of the Town provided in the ordinance of the

and to serve a copy thereof upon ATTEST Town Commission of the Town of
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney VIRGINIA: L. SULLIVAN Flagler Beach. Florida, adopted on
whose name and address is: I \ Town Clerk the 1962 27th day of September, A. D.
I Ray Selden ,
\ (SEAL)
Selden Building i
Daytona Beach. Florida I Commissioner Leonard C. Moody I
not later than November 19. 1962. ,I introduced the following/ Ordinance: I
If you fail to do so, decree pro ORDINANCE NO. 62-0
confessso will be entered against I AN ORDINANCE ORDERING
you for the relief demanded in the AND PROVIDING FOR THE I I AGAINST BONDS 1
bill of complaint. The nature of HOLDING OF A BOND ELECTION
said suit being for divorce. IN THE TOWN OF
said Court this llth day of October VOTERS!
you are in favor of the Issuance
A. D. 196%.
$650,000 BONDS OF SAID of the
place an
(Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE. "
TOWN. "X. In the
space to the left of
Clerk of said Circuit Court
Deputy Clerk. TOWN OF FLAGLER BEACH. If you not In
are favor of the
Ode 18-25 & Nov. 1-8-4tc
FLORIDA: issuance
.. of the bonds place an
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Section 1. An election is hereby X' in the space to the left of.
FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA. ordered to be held In the Town the words "AGAINST BONDS.
IN CHANCERY NO. 4 %9. of Flagler Beach. Florida on the
6th day of November. A. D. 1962. Section 6. The Supervisor .f
FAYE YVONNE PATTILLO. to determine whether or not there Registration of Flagler County.
Plaintiff. shall be issued bonds of said Town Florida shall be requested to pre
v.. in the principal amount of not exceeding pare and certify to the Town Commission
CARL HOLTPATTILLO.Defendant. SIX HUNDRED FIFTY of Flagler Beach. Florida, :
THOUSAND DOLLARS ( a list of the names of all quali
NOTICE TO DEFEND bearing Interest $650.0001' fied registered electors appearing
THE., STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: annually. at such rate or' rates not on his books who are freeholders ,
CARL HOLT PATTILLO exceeding the legal rate as shall residing in the Town of Flagler
Last known address: be determined at the time of the Beach. Florida and qualified to
317 Brunswick Road sale thereof and to mature serially vote at said bond election. The
Jacksonville. Florida. In annual installments over Town Clerk of the Town of Flag
You are hereby notified that a a period not to exceed thirty (30) ler Beach Florida shall furnish I
suit has been filed against you In years from the date of said Bonds a certified copy of such list to the
%M$ SMJL W@OOa[ the above entitled cause; and you for the purpose of financing the Inspectors and Clerks of said bond
are hereby required to file your answer cost of construction and acquisition election. A copy of said list shall
with the Clerk of this Court of additions extensions and be filed and preserved in the records
Changed Listings Additional Listisgs, Ads in Yellow Pages and to serve a copy thereof upon improvements to the existing Water of the Town of Flagler Beach
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney System of the Town of Flag Florida.
Don't wait! Call our Business Office now to whose name and address is: ler Beach. The Town shall be unconditionally Section 7. That this ordinance
ANTHONY J. GREZIK. obligated to levy ad shall be published In full as a part
change listings in the Telephone Directory. And 326 South Grandview valorem taxes on all taxable prop of the notice of said bond elec
Daytona Beach. Florida erty therein to the full extent tion together with an appropriate
? remember-additional listings for members of not later than November 19th. A. D. necessary to pay the principal of caption in such form as the Clerk I
1962.If. and interest on said bonds; provided of the Town * Flagler Beach .Ishall
family or firm be included for little you fall to do so. decree pro however that said bonds determine in The Flagler
your may, confesso will be entered against may be additionally secured by a Tribune a newspaper of genera.lcirculation f
extra cost you for the relief demanded in the pledge of special assessments levied in Flagler Beach Flor
bill of complaint. The nature of on the Jands and real estate ida, once each week for four con '
said suit being for divorce. benefited by said Improvements to secutlve weeks the first publication
WITNESS my hand and seal of the extent as shall be hereafter to be not less than thirty
. Mr.Businessman Be sure you're represented said Court this 16th day of October' provided by ordinance of this Town days prior to the date of said bond
A. D. 1962.Official Commission. election.
in the Yellow Pages the best way to tell ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE Section %. Said bond election Section 8. Said election shall in
Clerk of said Circuit Court
all other respects be held and
shall be held at the time con
same .
people how to find you.Smart Shoppers heed the Oct. 18-25 &: Nov. 1-8-Itc and places as the general election ducted in the manner provided in I
to be held in Flagler Beach on the general laws of the State of

advice to "Let your fingers do the walking . The OFFERING Board of FOR County SALE Commissioners voting the same In date said and bond the election places are for Florida.Section ,. This Ordinance shall !,

Head the ads . Learn the facts. . Find it fast the of following Flagler_ County two items is offering for as follows: Flagler Beach Recreation take effect and immediately upon Its I
passage approval by the
Hall. Flagler Beach. Florida. Mayor. .
the Yellow .JJ sale: The polls will be open at voting Adopted this 27th day of Sep
. ,. Shop Pages way. 1. One used dump body for truck places on the day of said bond tember:, A. D. 196%.
with hoist. election from o'clock THOMAS W. DUNCAN
seven A. M.
2. One used protector cab for until seven o'clock P. M. on the Chairman of the Town
bulldozer. same day. Only the Commission
SCluthern\-( qualified
Sealed bids for the above will electors residing In said Town who ATTESTS :
.. be received until 9:00 a. m, November are freeholders and qualified free / / Virginia I.. Sullivan
5, 1962. in the office of the holder electors Town Clerk. I
1t.Fr IMu eligible to vote at
Clerk of the Circuit Court in the said bond election under the provisions Approved this 27th day of Sep
Flagler County Courthouse. Bun of Section 100.241 (2) '(d). tember. A.. D. 1962.8 '
and Johns
nell St. County line Florida Statutes will be permitted / / GEO. WICKLINE ,
reserves the right to reject any to vote in said bond election. Mayor. Town of Flagler.." i
and all bids. Beach. Florida. /
The above equipment may be Inspected Section 3. The Inspectors and FOR
at the Flagler County Clerks for said bond election shall /S/ Thomas W. Duncan I
Stockade. Bunnell. Florida. be appointed by the Town Com / / Gerald A. Smith
Dated at Bunnell. Florida this mission of the Town of Flagler /8/ Leonard C. Moody 1 18
15th day of October 196%. Beach. Florida and said Inspectors /S/ Robert F. Henderson
John A. Clegg. Chairman. and Clerks shall be required AGAINST :
Board of County CommisnJoners to make due returns of the results
of Flagler County. of said bond election to the (
Florida. Town Commission of the Town of
ATTEST: Flagler Beach Florida.

E. A. Sraythe. Clerk. Section 4. Paper ballots shall be
October 18-25-2te used In said bond election. The October 4-11-18-5--4tc \



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that r has : been sterilized and
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treated against damping-off.

(By Honey Shorpe) Sequent cutting of the bloomsis
necessary to prevent formation TreatYoutoat aAVlN69r
Plants are unlike people be- of seedpods which will re- Well

cause they must develop hard- duce the flowering period.As .
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ening of the arteries to stay a border plant for azaleas, "'"' i< 'V- M.
alive. try strawberry plants. The berry j i " 1 ,., ',
bushes like the acid azalea soil ,.. ,$$.; :, .it .;J.
So have a heart plantwiseand j OurGIGANTIC .0' }. ...
and will thrive. The dark -, < ,
harden your ornamentalsso green j ,'" .",. .. -y-
leaves, white :
they won't succumb duringthe blossoms with -
first cold snap. Start the cream-colored eyes, and,tart red I
process now as it may take berries will pay you for your
two months to do the job. Also efforts of growing the plants. j t
you must remember that even Camellia and azalea flower WILwiiI'D
frost-hardy shrubs can be killed buds should be formed by now.

if they are full of tender shoots. Inspect them carefully for signsof
bud browning. This indicatesa
Ice likes to form in tender,
fungus which will cause the .
waterly stems. The tiny, sharp
buds to drop. If discovered, con-
ice crystals puncture cell'walls
trol the disease with a fungi-
and spell doom to 'plants. cide.
The first step in hardening
This is about the last time
tender shoots is to cut out rich
you can use an oil emulsion I SHELTON'Sr
foods like nitrogen. Better yet, spray for scale control on camellias
stop feeding the plants entirely.
and azaleas before cold
If you are the average gardeneryou I
weather sets in. If you'll adda
have over-fed the

shrubs all summer.A lead little to the lindane oil solution arsenate you will of I

fairly dry fall, with gradua- control leaf-cutting insects at '
ly lowering temperatures witha the same !time. F r BEEF SALE

late Indian Summer is also
' helpful in getting plants in
shape to take the brunt of No More 1-Year # .

weather sent to Florida. from 1 1Yankeelan J -
'l. Driver's LicensesAn .
.If frost pays a visit before the ,r..._.. ,;. > ',.
old friend of millions of *
plants have time to harden,.cov- I
Florida automobile drivers is
er: them with cloth, wood, straw '"
dead. The''old fellow"
or sheets of plastic. If you use expired r
October 1. '
plastic, be sure to remove the fiI
The Florida Patrol -
I airtight material shortly after Highway l(

1:. '. frost melts, If it is not removed called attention to the fact that } ...
there are no ,more driver -.r"
one-year :
. the sun's rays can broil the .
\ { plant in its own juice. I licenses, and that from now .

I ':Now is the time (to plant ,I II on the two-year license has .. .":s..
.aster lily bulbs for next spring's I taken over.Here's U. S. D. A. GOOD ,;';'' U. S. D.. A. GOOD ..' J. ,
I supply of tall stemmed flowers. how it will work if you '
f Prepare the soil_ well ahead of were born in an odd numbered RIB STEAK "J i-';";,_: ; ROUND STEAK
In 'year (like 1931, etc.) and apply ., .
: planting by working some ; "
I organic material._ ,Select a site for a license in an even numbered : LB. : :' : : LB. :.
that is moist but drains well year (like 1962): ": H:
89 89 .
I after a shower. Plant the bulbs You will be issued a license
six inches deep and, from 6 to which will expire the next odd
12 inches numbered year unless for a time ,.
iris this fall lesser than 12 months. If so,
Try 'planting
( There.are, several the license will expire the birth* T BONE STEAK ,$1 09 CUBED STEAK .99C'.
: : ,Jae utiulNna- 'i iI month of the second' .odd..hun*-". L&:. .u: .
I tine and imported' .species that
will add color, to the, garden.I'bered year. U. S. D. A. GOOD U. S.,D. A. GOOD .
For the quickest 'results Expiration dates should .compare -
,L flowering size corms' this month with birthdates, the patrol SIRLOIN STEAK Lb.99c CHUCK STEAKS u, 59CU.

.\ or, next and plant in rich beds said.
or boxes of -pasteurized soil. Any errors on licenses shouldbe S. D. A. GOOD U. ,S. D, A. GOOD

to There are any numbers' of corrected by the proper au- ,
;.; colors to choose from such as thorities at the county fudge's CHUCK ROAST u: 49C LOBE ROAST Lb.59C, : i

Jii yellow, bronze, white and blue. office to avoid any run-ins arising
't: They may be tricky to grow, from such .unintentional U. S. D. A. Good Rump and Sirloin Tip WORLD'S BEST '

z but are .worth the trouble. Remember mistakes. I "
4a.: the iiis likes plenty of I pound, .
water, so plant them close to

:j a: pond or a leaky faucet. Community We Have a Complete 'Line of H. S. D. A. Choice Beef Also .

,Almost everyone loves violets,
ff,: scj try your luck at growing Memorial Churoh.btertle.oml..Uo1 j
r them. -An acid soil, with plenty Each ))1)1I

}:'r humus and and shade plant are food conditions, moisture AIR Daytona CONDITIONED Ave. FRESH %;: : :< GREENS 25

; that make violets happy. If
, 1/:. already have violets, then divide I FLAGLER BEACH
'i:fi them now and the perfumed lit- Sunday School 10:00, A.M.

;:: tie flowers will peep out from Church Service 11:00 A.M.R. .
, t' ber dark until green:May.leaves from Decem- EVERYONE. W. DICKERT WELCOME, Paator I .p ,' j

I Sweet peas is another flower ;4 P .
ri'. suggestion. The winter flower- ;

:I. ing varieties, if planted now, Large Size 1 It Solid' I
v; will bloom by Christmas. 50 FREETOP
Plant sweet pea seeds in FAB Each 9C OLEOMARGARINE 9C. I
trenches of rich, organic soil VALUE STAMPS Limit One
r?J. ._ __ Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order I
'THE OUTBOARDER with the purchase of Oz. f

rtii',., Authorized Evlnrud Dealer I All Complete Type Brooms Mops and ENERGY, BLEACH 9C JELLO ,9C I f

.-. \ 'Pocfcare. Storage Free Ramp Coupon Void 10-27-62 Limit One American Beauty

; WE FINANCE Red Bird :
' OW'\ mA'/'i
" 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona < } VIENNA SAUSAGE 9
-; ,. Z5FREETOP Limit Three
t- mlJr, 3Rlsglrr (UrUmttrBUXXKL.I Campbell's Bremner's 1 lb Box -
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P1y: 'r '., FLORIDA with VALUE the purchase STAMPS of TOMATO SOUP 9C SALTINES < 9C

0''t'.t. 3 Pkgs. of Flower or I Limit Three, Limit OneQuantity
: ; MRS. :M.B. 'FULLER. EditorOfficial
! Seeds
., I
;:, Designated Publicationfor Coupon Void 10-27-62 Rights

Public Notices of Flakier .
f... Conmtr Mumlclpalltlea therein tIErth\II
and the State ef Florida 50 FREETOP
I:, '. Prices Good
t Entered as second class matter VALUE STAMPS
Oct. 25-26-27, 1962
,,:t; February 6. 1913. at the postofflceat With, $5.00 or more
at Bunneil Florida under act of Food order SHELTON SUPER Store Hours

'f'- March's. 1876. and this Coupon at
r Week 8:15 cun.-7:30: pan.

: One year -............._... .12.50 'SHELTON'S GROCERY Sat 8:. a..m.-9o0 p.m.a..ra..r. .
, Six months, .11.25 Coupon Void 10-27-62 BUNNELL, FLORIDA

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. '*( The Flagler Junior Woman's Ghosts and Witches will HEpDQUARTERSr, i
r'l ,"*. Club held a committee meeting be out this Saturday, October 27,
: r :Monday night at the home of (5 to 7:30 p. m.) to attend the
Laura Reynolds. It was.decidedthe Halloween Carnival at the Flag.
club would sponsor the ler Beach Elementary School.
:;;/.... Candle Squirt Booth in the VFW Don't be 'afraid, just come join
.. Halloween Carnival on October the fun." NOTE ARE CUT FROM U. S. CHOICE
f 31, at the Bunnell Civic Center. There will be games hot dogs, : AGED GUARANTEED
.:'.:. : The president, Laura Reynolds, cold drinks, sweetshop, coffee, TENDERU.
'r, . announced a meeting for the fishpond, Halloween tree, jewelry
I Brownie Mothers which will be and manicure booth, pony .
: rides, door prizes and prizes for
"f ":' held on Thursday morning from
J' ".: -., '10 to. 11 o'clock In the Bunnell best costumes. Bring your ghosts!
I.; Civic Center for the purpose of and witches to the PTA.carnival
li;! registering Brownie Scouts. A Saturday. STEAK.POUND 98
':y. troop is being organized under: .
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.; *' the leadership of :Mrs. Lois,Stef- CHURCH SCHOOL
'4. Ilk and Mrs. Reynolds. It will SETS UNICEF DRIVE
-. be sponsored by the JuniorWoman's Center Cut Western Corn Fed Fresh Boston Butt
& The Flagler Beach, Methodist

s:,;' ' Mrs. Lee Club.Gerkin, Brownie lead- Church annual School UNICEF has Drive planned for ,next its Pork ChOpSLb.69Palm Pork Roast. 49Larry' *

;F, er and troop organizer will be Tuesday night, October 30, from
guest,speaker at the meeting. 6 to 7 p.m. They urge everyone .
ix Anyone interested in the growth
to support this worthy cause River Sliced .
of Girl Scouting in Flagler and welcome the children when Shop Made
t County is invited to the meet. they come to their doors.
.. LB.
ing. BACONHenderson's 49 Pork Sausage u. 49

: COMMUNITY MEMORIAL Rev. and Mrs. Alton Stephensand
: CHURCH NEWS children, Wade, Faith and
.. Professor:J. W. Cowen, principal Brian, were visitors in Flagler Superfine Bakerite PureShortning
r of New Smyrna Beach High Beach on Sunday at the First
t School, will occupy the pulpit Baptist Church. Rev Stephens Pure 5 LB. 39 .
' next Sunday morning in the absence was a former minister, at this Cue, Sugar BAG 3C":: 3geLimit
of pastor R. W. Dickert church. Ronnie Stephens, their
Mr. and Mrs. ''Dickert left Monday son, is stationed Bat Fort Bragg, Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order
;i, for New Orleans, La. and N.c., and plans to prepare for
Houston, Texas, for a 10-day the ministry upon completion of Staley's J/2 Size Starkist Light Meat Chunk
r visit with relatives and friends. his time in service.

9:45 Sunday with school classes will for all convene lages.at ing Mrs.in Barbara Gainesville Stryker for is a visit few Corn Oil :S:t : 59* TUNA .For 3 89*

Layman's 'Day .will 'be observed Food KingOLEO Shur Fresh CanBiscuits'm
Rev. and Mrs. Reynold Hoover
during the regular wore
ship service at 11 .a,.m. next and Miss Flora Gage left Mon. *
Sunday. Church ,school is at. day for a vacation in ,Illinois. LBS. 29"COMBINATION 23
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9:45 a. m. I ,;
." ,... .. -,' A' barbershop in Tahiti{ provides SALE 'COMBINATIONSALE

: RE.- OPENED guitars rather !than magazines l Lb. Pillsbury Pancake Flour 151/2 Oz. Chef Boy Ar Dee Chili with

so customers can play 12 Oz. Bottle Bod Waffle Syrup Beans
FOR BUSINESSAnd I while waiting. 1 tb Bremner's Saltines

'''Under I BOTH for 41 *
NEW MANAGEMENT, i The ,bull-horn' acacia tree in
Mexico sustains,armies of fierce TRY OUR SUNDRY COUNTER Heinz Hot or Mild
Flagler Beach Hotel ants that protect its foliage. The .
.; BARBER SHOP slender biting ants live in the 21/2 Miles Nervine .............................49c ,1,14
:hollow thorns of the tree and C.t 2 OZ-49f
HAIR,, CUTS.$1.25 Le Pages Cello Thrift Tape, su P /tt
CHILbREN$1.00. i feed ,on the nectar.lIke'secre- 400 Inches ........_._...._..1.._...._...........19c ,
tions. They fight .off leaf-eating
t,insects and browsJtg cattle. Fro Joy or.Big Dip 12 Oz. Can NibletCORN

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: 12 Oz. Swift'sPREM 15 Oz. Jar Musselman's
.' The oldest Incorporated trade association In the country, the I
United States Brewers Association,was organized in 1862... FOR *"

the same year that 2 89 "Sauce,2"r35 I

Large SizeRINSO No. 1 Puss and Boots I

{ BOX 25 Cat Food FOR z 27* J a


10 Oz. Birdseye Cut Golden RipeBANANAS- t.

CORN, 2 For . 39* Pound 10

IN FLORIDA, the State Legislature proclaimed that all the
public lands to which the state claimed title through secession 9 Oz. Mr. G French Fried 1 Lb. CelloCARROTS
,should be restored to market at$1 and$2 an acre, soldiers to
haw the right to'buy at 1/4 these prices.Throughout the state '
the event was celebrated with foaming steins of beer. POTATOES, Pkg. .,, W Pkg. .. 10*
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{ ( For then,as now, beer was the traditional beverage .
i;' of moderation-light, sparkling refreshment Freezer Queen Yellow Cooking
f- that adds a touch of Southern hospitality
to any occasion.Floridians have always enjoyed Cube Steaks & 89 ONIONS 4 Pounds 250
', .\ the good fellowship that goes with every glass. PACK .
.' TODAY,In its centennial year,the United States
r Brewers Association still works constantly to assure STORE
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'c' !' maintenance of high standards of quality lm
t': and propriety wherever beer and ale are served. '7 BEST _
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Thursday, October 25,. 1962 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. ,, BUNNELL, 'FLORIDA _,.4._ .- -_.-_____ '- k__' .._........ ,_ ._._ PAGE .:FIVE.-
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The kindness and sympathy!{
-', of and friends
s neighbors during
r recent sad bereavement will : : ; If your heat

< always remain with us :a precious 1
LOCALS. memory For the beautiful

floral offerings, cards, and many iJ YOUR
other expressions of sympathy, r
we are deeply grateful. -
MISS ALLEN FETED Miss Patty Neisen, student at Mr. and Mrs. Howard Allen
WITH A KITCHEN I the Florida State University in Karen and Tina. I : BILLS GO.o,1
I SHOWER MONDAY 1I j Tallahassee, spent the past
weekend here with her family. CARD OF THANKS
I\ Miss ,Fern Allen, bride elect of'I
November, was honored with a We are sincerely grateful to
kitchen shower Monday evening Quinton Deen of Jacksonville friends and neighbors for their
by members of the Royal Neigh- I spent a short time,here Saturday many kind acts of sympathy

bors.Mrs. evening visiting with relatives.He durnig our sad bereavement. A r':
t Minnie Howell was hostess ; was enroute to his home in special thanks for the spiritual

t to the group at her home, Jacksonville after spendnig several boquets, floral offerings, cards,I k
: : : :
I, Palm Avenue. Miss Allen was days in Orlando. and many other expressions of ;

l presented with a basket of gifts sympathy. I ;: :
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4 for her kitchen by the group. We would also like to thank
I Fifteen members were present. Miss Polly Forson student of those friends for their visits, -sax
, Mrs. Howell served tempting refreshments the Florida State University in messages of cheer, and other
Tallahassee, visited here with
I to her guests. acts of kindness during his ill
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
I' ness. These have meant muchto
:: "
t f !Mr and Mrs. George Moody I Mrs. Lillian Trojanand I \
had as their dinner guests Tues- Mrs. Lois Linton is returningto Family. j
day evening Mr. and Mrs. Leon- her home in Fulton, Kentuckythis
ard Moody, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. week after a visit of three
Fuller, Mrs. Laura Morris, and weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Mike
their house guest, Bill Vaughn Sullivan in Flagler Beach. YOU AUDRIVING .g k
of Washington, D. C. ;
,Mrs. Thomas Gresham and BLIND
Mr and Mrs. Ross Dunn of son Larry of Tampa, visited here c.oi
! Holly' Hill visited here Saturday during the past weekend with
with Mr. and Mrs. Lillard White. friends and relatives. '

., The Whites and the Dunns were ,
visitors at the Cape Sunday. Carl Sutton of Valdosta, Ga., t -
brother, of 'Mrs. Robert T. Revels I :'\.
Mrs Lucille Hatton of Hazel- is .a_patient in the local hospital down t .'

hurst, Ga., spent the past weekend receiving treatment for a
here with her mother Mrs. heart attack. He and Mrs. Sutton
Laura Frier and brother, Hubert were here for short visit when i I j 'down

Frier. he suffered the attact When he
is able to return home he will
Mr., and .Mrs. N. A. Conner of be::! accompanied there by his I' . When you drive over an -\
obscured railroad crossing too Ordinary heaters pile the heat up on the ceiling .
Baxley, Ga., were guests of Mr. mother,' Mrs. Baxter Sutton who :
fast to allow to instantly until of it k '
t you stop some finally steps down to the living :;
arid. Mrs. A. A. Wells severaldays has spent some time here. if train .
last week. a approaches. level. If you own an ordinary heater, you know 11'"
: how costly and uncomfortable that system is! Siegler ",
Mrs. Gwen McGriff and Mrs.
j I STORK)UTt1ALI does just the opposite. .your floor gets heated
,Mr. and Mrs.. Lillard White Shirley Chambers attended the! \
Storks enact a strang greeting first. Heat.is not wasted on the ceiling and out the ,,, '
left Wednesday .morning for{State Planning Board meeting '
chimney. Don't close offrooms this and ,
I ritual when a mate returns to winter pay ,
Tenn. where they of the ,BPW Clubs in Orlando ; 'r
Knoxville, -
the .nest. The' waiting bird high fuel bills to boot...order your new Siegler.now. i /;
sPend a week. Saturday and Sunday Mrs.. Mc- : : .
... ,. noisly rattles its- bigred bill _. ., .
,1 ; - Griff. ld'312 Business and Professional -,.
.- ". arid throws its head forward in' IT PAYS'FOR -ITSELF WITH THE FUEL irSAVES
I of .
William W (Bill) Vaughn Women attended. This j
I Washington, D. c., is the houseguest was ,the largest State Planning a stiff,; formal bow. The return
stork, clatters its bill.
of Mr. and Mrs. George Board meeting the Florida Fed ing
Moody. Mr. Vaughn.is Custodian eration has ever had it was an- duet builds to a climax of bow. FLAGLER HARDWARE
of!!JRecords in the Office of Secretary nounced. ing, head throwing, tail shaking, _
and with half
pirouetting open
to the Senate.
Mr. Vaughn Is a native of Visiting here several days last I wings. Railroad Ave. Phone ID 7-3191 Bunnell, Florida

Glasgow, Ky., and a boyhood week with Mr. and Mrs.. Lillard -
friend of Walter Morris. White was Mrs.. Frances Far-

t' rington-of St; Augustine.Mrs .
Miss Elaine Deen, was a re
cent visitor at the home of her Hugh Cameron plans to
I parents here She is a student atI' leave Friday for a visit of sev- NEW CAR FEVER ?

the Florida. State University in eral days in Belverdere, S. C,

Tallahassee., with friends.
t .
I Mrs Bob. Cook left. Tuesday ].{r. and 'Mrs.' Herbert Patter- -
for Chicago; ni., where she was son of 'Hamilton, Ohio, arrived
called for the funerals of hersister Wednesday' for a visit.with their

in law, and uncle and son in law and daughter, Mr. < .: : Check With Us .
aunt. and Mrs. George M. Moody. They l ;
will also'visit in Gainesvillewith 1I .;2T.

Mrs. Geneva Rodgers, Mrs. their grandson and grand
Bea White, and Mrs. Levem daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Barker spent Tuesday in St. Ward. Before You Finance

Augustine visiting with Mrs. \ . I
Barker's sister who ill.
May we take this method of
Those from Bunnell who went thanking our neighbors and
h to Inverness last weekend for friends for their kind express- ..J' '
I Low Finance Cost No Hidden "Extras'1\
the. Bow and Arrow huntingwere ions of sympathy during our re % .,
Bill Deen, Sambo Tilton, cent sad bereavement. These -. .
Curtis Deen, Robert Bertha, all expressions have been deeply "h' .
1Select Your Own Insurance
of Bunnell. Also Fred Stonefrom I appreciated. .,
St. Augustine and Donnell Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown. .
Wilkinson of San Mateo. I Mrs. Anita Akins iJ "':
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Up to on

I STORE HOURS I'I'V C nvenient Local Payments ' :-" /'

Effective Nov. 3, 1962 I f: -V Optional Credit Life Insurance .
I Mon. -, Thurs. 8:00: a. m. to 6:00 p.m. : -
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FRIDAYS 8:00 a. m. to 8:00 p.m. .. CITIZENS BANK .

SATURDAYS 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. I

Harris Appliance & Gas Co. of BUNNELL .

Phone ID 7-3367 Bunnell, Fla.
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f Qa mell cukr eighth grade held a meeting members of 8B were present for Smythe and Quentin Emery were band. 1

Wednesday morning/ decide this meeting.Dale I elected by the class. The Seniors' Last week the Seniors sold f;

r: gcluJol New4 on their floats. Everyone sug- Abbott, reporter. dance following the Father Lo- green and white pennants for i

15 gested different themes for the Grade 12-The,Senior Class helda pez-Eunnell game this Friday' 35 cents each. They wish to I

The' Tri-Hi-Y met In float but a definite theme has meeting on Friday to select night was also discussed. Music I thank everyone who bought one.

f: the auditorium October 17, to ,not been selected yet. All. 24 Halloween candidates. Barbara will probably be provided by ra I Carol Hoskins, reporter. ''I

discuss the installation of of . J

S.. committee be appointed to setup FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA OFFICER5NOVEMBER

the installation., of the of e
r 6, 1962
L' Precinct No.-
of' Elector
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Class held a meeting Thursday, Precinct No.- ,

October 18, to elect Halloween J
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candidates. Margie Blakely NO.2' -' ....;, .... 'i -.' "- .
Zachary:Holland were elected, .
andsthe meeting was then ad.journed. ,- -"I': "' :- - : ; - - ;
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Library Club The' Library as- ; FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA. '>- ', \ . :, .

, : t slstants explained and demonstrated Precinct No.NOVEMBER.- ,< y S ,! .. ,f :: .. I I. .. \, .

how to use the library S 6, 1962 : ...; .. "ijl;: .

to the sixth grade students. The ', "' f!"' *;
'! 'r To vote for;a person whose name is printed on' the ballot place a cross (X) mark in the square at the RIGHT of the name ofy
students were very interested, the person for whom you desire to vote To,vote for a person whose name is not printed on the ballot write his name in the -'
blank space provided for that purpose.
... and the demonstration Will' cer* ;

.' tainly, prove, to be a benefit to CONGRESSIONALFor Tax Collector NO.3COXSTITUTIOXAL
United States Senator Vote for One)
." them. (Vote for One) AMENDMENT TO

:" : A ,bulletin board was made I I DALE B. BROWN. JR (Dem) I I If ARTICLE III, SECTION 29 .

in the cafeteria by some of the GEORGE A. SMATHERS (Dem) Proposing an amendment to Article III:
'S' Section, 29 of the Constitution relating to
.. assistants for National School I I II f l impeachment of officers providing that the
EMERSON RUPERT (Rep) Speaker of the House may appoint a committee -
Lunch Week showing the seven to investigate alleged grounds for

Y basic foods., I County Commissioner, District No. 2 impeachment against any officer subject to
: (Vote for One) impeachment either during or between
S ,' :Marsha Durrance, reporter. legislative sessions.

; Grade 8A-The A section of the STATE GEORGE E. WICKLINE (Dem) I
55 held meeting, to IU :
eighth grade a For Railroad and Public Utilities
discuss their homecoming float. Commlaaloner, Group No. 2
I (Vote for One) THE AMENDMENT
Arthur McDan'ie the class president .
-Count 'Commissioner, Diittrlct 4 ...
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1"[ I
j. appointed a committee tote JERRY'. CARTER (Dem) (Vote for,One) No. 4

r in charge of the float. On CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO

the committee are: Linda Sko- H. B. (BOB) FOSTER (Rep) 1 t tI ALFRED' R. TUCKER (Dem- ) 1 1 li." I IrU i5 | ARTICLE XVI .
Proposing an amendment to Article XVI
lar, Ann Hugas, Alan Jones, I I 5- of the Constitution by adding an additional
,r John Johnston, and Delores Deen. t I Ii section providing that the Legislature may
provide for civil jury trials to be held in
Johnnie th Miller, reporter. i .r .. any branch court house within Pasco County.
Class I The remaining offices required by law to be Member Board. :of Public Instruction:' .
Grade 10-The Sophomore i filled at this election are being sought by District No.1' .
held a meeting in the ,cafeteria only.one candidate for each office. To vote (Vot.e"op One) '.," FOR THE AMENDMENT I I
for these remaining offices place a cross (X)
.. Monday to elect candidates for I mark in the square to the right of the name :' U. '
Halloween King 'and Queen of the candidate for whom you desire 'to : HERSCHEL KING /j (Dem) I I AGAINST THE AMENDMENT I I _
r vote. To vote for a person whose name is ..
Cheryl Skolar and Walter Town- f' not printed on the ballot, write his name ,!. .'r
in the blank space provided for that. purpose #: I 'I NO. S .
send were the candidates elect CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TOARTICLE .
:.. :: .: '. : ;. ,' : -. V a* "'',
ed. "! CONGRESSIONALFor ,. ember Board'ofPublic Instruction SECTION 8A
Mary Bache;reporter. I ; ..[ ,Representative In Congress ..>". ..S, # D..trl4.'VNo. 3 .:. Proposing an amendment: to l'tlcleJ'V..
. ,., "
: ',.. A': .,-T38th .Congressional District, N" '.! -."Vote for One) Section 9A providing that-on and after the
Grade BBThe; : B section of the'l S (Vote for One) _' -, First Tuesday after the first Monday in
C r. r'I' ''' h. January. 1965. the State Attorney of the .
. . . \ I ',JAMES ,):. (Jimmie\CRE\VS (Dem) I ::1 Fourth Judicial Circuit shall be the prosecUting -
D. R. .(Billy) MATTHEWS. (Delft). i attorney of the Criminal Court of
,," PETERSON TEXACO' I I 1 Record of Duval County; providing that the
I I--i : ;: I t. office of County Solicitor 'shall be .abolished.

ROAD SERVICE :', Member Board.f Public Instruction FOR THE AMENDMENT: I I
JUDICIALFor District No. 5
; Light Mechanical Work Justice Group of the No.1'Supreme Court. (Vote for One) AGAINST THE AMENDMENT )U|

Phone 437.3441 Bunnell (Vote for One) .. -- :.:.- '
'MTRTLE (Cockman) RICE (Dem) 1 1" I
: j'i r" 'I i NOCONSTITUTIONAL .. 6 -
t PAL ;PARKER'S. Center INC. : :\" ? );; . I' .-1.t 1.,-,' Section Proposing 6. subsection an amendment(2) of the to Constitution Article V,

Automotive Specialty , Judge. Small Claims 'Court relating to the number of circuit judges
URAKEH COINED SlSJtt < ..', (Vote for One) making it permissive instead of mandatory
PARTS AND LABOR For Justice of"the' Supreme. Court .'iJ for the Legislature to provide for one ,circuit '
FOR D-CUPVROLET-PLYMONTII : .:' ;:Group No.-2 1,1 r II I judge In each circuit for each fifty
OTHER 911K93 ; '(Vote for One) :'. LEOLA R. JONES (Dem) thousand inhabitants or major fraction
thereof according to the last census.
540 Mason Ave. Daytona | I II IS I U I

I I i
FREE PAINT l Commissioner Florida Inland Navigation
... I District For Flajcler County AGAINST THE AMENDMENT i 1--1 I
(Vote for One)
'' One extra gallon ,of your choice
; For Jud< T with each ,gallot- you buy '. lot Appellate District ., I I NO. 7CONSTITUTIONAL
., (Vote for One) .. O. F. ALFORD (Dem) REVISION OF
Mary Carter Paint StoreAlso I I II I LlpnOPOSED I Proposing revision of the Preamble of the
WALLACE E. Constitution of the State of Florida to reads
Westcate hoopln Center follows: "We, the people of the State of
.t .. . .. I I Florida being grateful to Almighty God for _
.... . .. . . .2. . . CONSTITUTIONAL
. AMENDMENTSMark our Constitutional Liberty in order to secure -
: : FALFORD its benefits form a more perfect government -
: r insure domestic tranquility, main-
(X) In the at the
a cross square
For Circuit Court Judge
tain public order, and guarantee equal civil
,,Registered RIGHT for the amendment against the
7th Judicial Circuit ojr
and political rights to all do ordain and
(Vote for One) Amendment. establish this Constitution.FOR .

BunnelL Florida IU
Proposing an amendment to Article VII of .
Constitution providing for apportionment .
,: ; of the Florida Legislature; providing that
the House of Representatives shall consistof I
1f RCA VICTOR For State Attorney of the one hundred thirty-flve members and the NO.. 8
w 7th Judicial Circuit Senate shall consist of forty-six membersand
I providing that the Legislature shall reapportion REVISION OF
again in 1971 and every ten years
1 "LOOK: FOR THE PICTURE I thereafter. Proposing a revision of Article I of the
'. 4- IN TUB WINDOW DAN R. WARREN (Dem) 'L.... I Constitution of the State of Florida relating
to the boundaries by giving the latitudesand
Southern Radio & Television II
FOR THE AMENDMENT I|'I|I longitutes of certain points by reestablishing -
I 226 E. Granada- Ph.. OR 7-2001 I I I I the coastal boundaries and pro-
; ORMOND viding that the Legislature may extend the
AGAINST THE AMENDMENT I | coastal boundaries to such limits as the
... STATE laws of the United States or international
For Railroad and Public Utilities NO.2COXSTITUTIONAL law may permit. '
I Commission, Group No. 1 AMENDMENT TO

, I Proposing an amendment to Article XII
ALL MAKES I I WILBUR C. KING (Dem) i j ji (!I. of the Constitution relating to the election i U I
or appointment of Superintendent of Public AGAINST THE REVISION
.' l' Agent For i i I Instruction; providing that the Superintendent -
L-J I I l of Public Instruction shall be appointed
by the County Board of Public InstructionIn NO.9COSSTITUTIONAI
RCA & PHILCO LEGISLATIVE the counties of Alachua Charlotte, Collier REVISION OF
I house of Representatives Flajcler County Manatee. Orange Lee. 'Monroe, Leon. ARTICLE II
;. (Vote for One) Indian River St. Lucie. Broward. Baker Proposing Revision of Article II of the
e TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD Brevard. Hendry and Hillsborough. where- Constitution of the State of Florida relating
AND INSTALLED 1 1r I In the proposition is affirmed by a majority to Division of Powers between the Legis-
I WILLIAM L 'V WADSWORTH (Dem) I I vote of the qualified electors of any such lative, Executive and Judicial Departments
county making the office appointive andI by changing words from "no person properly
+I TUBES TESTED FBEE I I I providing that any county adopting' this belonging to one of the departments" to "no
proposition may after four years return to person properly belonging to one of these
I its former status by the same procedure departments." shall exercise any powers appertaining -
; ; COUNTY provided for adopting It. to either of the other depart-
< TV BobFLAGLER (Vote for One) ments. .

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Thursday, October 25, 1962 THE ,
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f BULLDOGS STAGGER the backfield ready to go Friday .| rector of the punt, pass and ,kick ,'1

TIGERS 19 TO 12 night and TNT Lopez on the competition for grade schoolboys I
line and all the boys in tip.top of Flagler would like to.
Well I made that trip to Dun- : ..
hape. You all will see what Bo warn that registration will close ,
nellon. We lost some of our old Manuel's type of football is. Do Wednesday evening, October 31.. ;
rooters, but the old faithful were you remember that 1961 Crescent None can be accepted later'since ', 1
I there. Ya all missed It. We sure .
. City game? Father Lopez we must draw up our competition :
I II stepped into a fighting Tigers' knows this is their year and I list and get everything

, cage. These Tigers were Home- they are going to be real tough I ready for the big 'program Sat -
Foche I II
By coming and they were ready. .
like a hornet's nestPUNT. urday, November 3. -

; HASTINGS SPUDSTERS '18.0 LEAD FROM KULESKI two years; Tangelo Bowl Champions -. PASS KICK PLAYER Flagler county boys have an

. Did you hear? Boy, they must Crawford, halfback for Bald in 61; Ocean Bowl Champsin TO SEE FOOTBALL GAME I opportunity to test their football

be terrific. They are about the win, scored 14 points to 1961. Boys and skills which could lead to a
best in the counrty. Did you see Harry Kuleski's 6 to take over Well our Bulldogs tore into are invited White House visit and an appearance
t them play last night? Can they the scoring honors. Foreaker is those Tigers and they meant 2 Saturday o'clock momicg to the Bunnell October 27, at at the National Foot,

! go to a baby bowl? in 3rd place with 48 points. i business. Harry Kuleski scoreda I School to see a football film High ball League ChampionshipGame

I I guess you must' be wonder- G Td Pat Tpi touchdown and with 38 seconds the championship betweenthe on Headquarters. For regis )

ing what this all about? It was Crawford 6 9 14 68 left in the first half Wayne Green Bay Packers game and the tration for the punt pass and
just a very few of the questions Kuleski 5 10 3 63 J, Dixon intercepted a pass and New York Giants. kick competition for boys thru 1

asked Wednesday morning Foreaker 6 8 0 48 tied the score 66. Tommy Polk, Cliff McGriff, coach of the 7-11 is at the Bunnell Motor Co., '
about our Baby Bulldogs who J. Lacour 4 6 4 40 bruising fullback, got going and champion Baby Bulldogs will Entrants must be accompanied
defeated Hastings 18-0 for their Joe Allagood 4 6 0 36 rolling and we went ahead 126. run the film. Cliff Sheffield, di. by a parent or guardian. _
sixth straight shutout. I did all Abbott 5 5 131 Bunnell fumbled and end Garland
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I recovered the ball
to for Hunter 3 4 3 Hayes .I..fi.M.M..P- -
right until I went Clyde ZTI I -- --------- - - -
a haircut. Boy he got going on Fedore 5 4 226 and scored to tie up the game FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
those Baby G tors. And I mean 1 Cook 6 4 226 1212. Polk and Kuleski startedto
I he got going and so did his clip- Polk 6 4 125 lug the leather. Polk went

pers on, a 90 yard run through Renfroe 54 24 over for a touchdown. The ball AMBULANCE
. the middle of my noggin.I'm was brought back for backfieldin : PHONE VAlley 4-1625
motion. Kuleski, Ramsey and SERVICE ,
But I
kidding. got
Polk started another drive. Powerful
my first crew cut. But five more GAMES PLAYED STANDING I II
t minutes of Baby' Bulldogs talkIng I 1 fullback Tomy Polk blast Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

: and you probably would W L TPer ed over for a touchdown and are always at your service with promptness safety and .
. have seen a Yul Brunner special.I Baldwin 5 1 0 830 I scored the extra point to go I: experience. .
can say Clyde Lewis is our Bunnell 4 1 1 775 ahead 19-12.
number one Baby Bulldog rooter. Father Lopez 3. 1 0 750 We were on the four'yard line Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator

Well, the boys are good andI Hastings 212630 when the clock ran out on us. '!
wanted to see what makes this Callahan 3 2 1 580 This was the best game offensively Garcia Funeral Home -
D&B 330500 and defensively that I:
, team so good. I watched their
J practice. Usually at an age as St. Joseph 2 4 0 334 have seen the Bulldogs play this' P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
Crescent City 0 4. 0 000 season. Now remember this:
t young as these boys are you will : : LADY ASSISTANT -
I find that some will goof off. I Keystone 'Hts. 0 4 1 000 Polk Moody, Abbott Kuleski in P .p_._. _. .___ .., ..

l .. saw one boy doing that. But he 7 5
t in the and getting -
was always way .' ,,
t stepped on. But overall, 5 S

! to whatlsawwaslfabOyWaflts learn to play football ,he has I

the,chance._ '<';::,...." Si p ;;;

/ I will say one thing, Cliff is '. -
putting in a lot of time and ,he
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loves it because he has a bunch !>> < ";"

. of nice boys who want to learn.
: I surely hope that this program

keeps up. We are going, to nave I '

some future mighty big, strong :.

Bulldogs.. :Some day we are goIng . '
I. to' have nah. T all-American. '." \' "

from Bdnnell High.: t,,(ill,,, k .

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have past -Y --::' '
Well, boys, we gone : -:- : .. :-
our halfway mark. So far you tr -
have some fair grades in foot- 1! i. _
ball. Your coaches, Manuel and r p4 :
Hardin, have .been_ giving you - 4\;,

all they know. I could hear Bo ... ii !
up in .the, magnolia heights yell- 5
ing: "Bebe. is that the way I CROWN EXTRA CROWN ECONOMY -

told you? Mickey, you gotta : .
block out that man. Flynn, hita

little lower. -== ELE+ ..SS< ______ 5I -
Now with your final exams

coming up in the St. Johns River ::
- Conference, your first is with:
Father Lopez. They are a good \ -"-
team and gave Hastings a shel- -
lacking. They have a good backfield -
and .their line is fast and I

smart. They ,sure would like to

see' you boys flunk this.test. All ;./.. 1 J yS
" you fellas have to remember is ) )-
I: what Coaches Manuel and Har
din have been preaching. If you

are ready and in good shape, .
you have learned your football '
lessons. I think you should pass 4t'

t this test We'll be there. So S ". -
.,.: with these few words from your S ::2
favorite (?), for god's'sake watch

", out BABY for BULLDOGS those passes.LOOK .. Nothing gets around Florida like long running .


clO6e out the season Tuesday,

October 30, when they meet the .
St Joe 'Flashes Coach, McGriff

t has been working out the boys .
win this I S Everywhere torn today, Standard Gasolincs arc on the go. Helping folks 2,
S who will try to big
I win votes.Carry families.Fetch groceries. Build business.Find fun.The reason? -
: game. The Flashes; who haveS Whatever; you drive Standard has a gasoline that offers most for your money: D ..
heard of the Baby Bulldogs record 01 -
have some good sized play. IMPROVED CROWN EXTRA: Standard's popular premium gasoline now
ers in Ready Cox and Roger Ed. I at an all-time high in anti-knock quality. Designed for those cars requiring the .
finest in performance characteristics
gelL Both tackles are over' 175
! pounds. These boys played some IMPROVED CROWN GASOLINE: Users of regular-grade gasoline win finda
_. football ,for the St. Augustine new value in improved Crown Gasoline-now better than ever. Moves your -
P.,;:-, Recreation Department They car up in performance while holding driving costs down. ..:; ,. / :

t have a lot of experience. We ECONOMY CROWN: A new&economy gasoline designed for the many carson '
(: are gothgtobo1nforathugh 'the road that cannot take advantage of extra antiknock quality.Supplies aH Z:? -
night Their backfield of Rebbie the power such cars can use at a mving.c .

Solana Mike Prichard, Jody
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t S W. C. SULLIVAN, Agent
: Hunter and Marshall Hartley-
erage weight 90 pounds. STANDARD OIL. COMPANY KENTUCKY) Bimnell, FloridaP"

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Beautiful 'Beans Dr. George A. McCoy, director of roll of $65 million. soula. Egerton will be the assistantof

I the board's Accident Prevention umber
Declared Poisonous Program.The products plants added $57 million professional and service organizations public relations for the studios.

:. I bean isthe Jequirity with a $32 million payrolL including Sigma Delta
( but has host of Furniture and fixtures factories
je-kwirM-ty) a Chi,
professional There
Health Board journalistic no greater security
By other names: arbus, rosary pea, added $44 million and had a fraternity. He is a 1959 grad- than the knowledge that one is

c The State Board of Health has crayeye pea and Indian licoriceto I I$27 million payroll. Tobacco uate of the Montana State Uni- doing the right thing.

warned that 'a beautiful bean name a few. It's a woody i products plants added $40 mil versity school of journalism. -Anonymous.

which grows wild in the state clinging vine growing 10 to 20 lion and a payroll of $21 million I t : ,
. feet. Its leaves borne alter- Other of manufacturing -
and which is often used for types ,
beads and dolls' eyes can bring I nately, consist of 8 to 15 pairsof in !the state, not reported I I FOR

violent illness in' a few hours oblong leaflets half an inch separately, include clothing,

tir and death in 12 days if chewed long. The flowers, a quarter In- electrical machinery, transportation PROTECTION AGAINST EXPENSES OF

and swallowed.. ch long, are sweetpea shaped equipment and a host of CANCER

colored white, creamy or purple. other items.' ,

Several instances of children The pods are broad and fiat AND OTHER DREAD DISEASES <
"Among the above principal ,
eating the highly attractive red with close lying Jiairs- They .
f: : and!black beans recently came contain the seeds which are oval, I classes of manufacturing in I I. '- ; H. T. COOK AGENCY ,

f. to light in Southern Floridabut about a quarter inch long, brilliant -: Florida, declines, 1959 to 1960, r Phone ID 73361 Bunnell Florida '
the hazard is 'wherever were registered in tobacco products I
present red in color except for the
df the beans or be (7 per cent down) and in I 1
may grow lower one-third which is jet I.I
f':', sold as necklaces, clothing ornamentation black. Normally it grows wild the construction-related lines: I :
stone, clay and plaster products,
or other such uses, \
from Orlando southward and is
I structural steel and furnitureand 24 HourWrecker
usually found along fence rows,
fixtures, each down slight Service *
in gardens, citrus groves and "
CLASSIFIED I native vegetation.The I ly. 1

seeds contain a ,poisonous

t . ADS substance known as abrin but I R. W. EdgertonIn Flagler Truck & Tractor Co

little is' known about abrin'scomposition.

:r The seed has a Public RelationsAt MASSEY-FERGUSON
; Lilting* under tfcla heading are I
;:;-f 3 cent 9r word each Insertion.* very hard shell and would give Grove -,Farm Industrial Equipment I
75 cent 1* minimum charge.WANTED
f. little or no trouble .if swallowed Marine Studios i VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
it" ; -Woman to care ,for whole. But a single seed chewed

{. nursery at First Baptist Church and swallowed ,can cause death. Appointment of Richard W. I Owner Bunnell, Florida

C on Sundays for six weeks. For Symptoms of Jequirity poison Edgerton as assistant directorof 11
details contact Mrs. De- public relations for Marine --
more .
ing are nausea, vomiting, severe II
:: wayne :Metts at ID 73531. diarrhea, weakness, cold sweat, Studios, Marineland, was announced -

t, Oct. rltp' I rapid hands., pulse Treatment and consists trembling of ton, president.by William F. Rolles- i i CRAIG FUNERAL HOME (

t:, FOR, SALE-Half ton 1958 Chevy
pickup truck, good, as new $1000. inducing vomiting and havingthe Edgerton, formerly of Whitefish A. H. CRAIG Funeral DL:actor
: stomach washed out at a
;, 707 East Lambert Ave. ID 73745. and Missoula, Montana JOHN HARDIN. Associate
Oct. 11=4tc hospital. moved to Tampa in September. j ,
i !, Government sources say, that He was previously publisher of i ' AIR LADY OXYGEN I

';,. FOR SALE OR RENT-in Flaglet Jequirity ,bean necklaces have Montana Sports OutdoorsMagazine j CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED

t: Beach, Fla. 2 bedroom cot lecently been found in stores having resigned, this position t ATTENDANT AMBULANCES

r: tage. Living room, bath, kitchenette along the Eastern Seaboard, in February. He also serv- i

,. breezeway, garage. Shower having been imported by small ed as sales manager for radio I Phone ID 7-3532 0-

,. er in\ utility room. Good water. wholesalers, and retailed in nov: station KQTE and business man- ,

OW service, 3 lots 50 x 150 each. elty stores. They should bear a ager for Impact Printing n Mis- I
, furnished. label warning of the poison ---

r.- ALSO FOR SALE hazard. People seeing these . .. .. : ... . '
beans articles in ..
! on shops are I
Iron' bed, springs and mattress : .
asked to this to their ., "
report /"GO "first '
$10; 2 burner: oil heater stove, health J CLaSS".GO ELECTRIC- ," ,:
good, $10. Call at 319 6th St. ... '
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Florida has 20 control
. ;t."t
Flagler Beach, Florida. I
centers in hospitals in 19 cities. ., , ,, : v .
" Oct. 11-2tc :..'- ,0 -,." ",F *<<
, 1 ,- .w 'y
, ,
These and '
are equipped readyfor $ ;
r :% ..,..t.5- .,y.."..;c.,. '_ ,
REFINISHING-Furniture refhv instant treatment of any "", :
'< it: 1
shed and repaired. Experiencedon poison cases. Dr. McCoy emphas- ,'" '> :?i k ;

antiques. Chairs recaned.Tel. ized that any..poisoning suspected ...,: I
to be from the bean ,'
4392007. 10-11-tf Jequirity ': ,''.. ;t, ,
should be hdspita- quick '
WANTED-Bulk (L.P. Gas) rust ', ii' '..:'-\

i tomers. Call Harris Appliance & i :/:

f Gas ID 7-3367, Bunnell, Florida ly.Manufactured .
1 .
: Aug 30-tfc ; : ,

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Products Gab ,-,' .
, 5JI
Repossessed due to unfortunate .
'. ";
circumstances. 62 model, perfect 5 ;
I _n ; i itAis
condition. Sews forward and reverse In State ShownProducts i .

makes buttonholes, sewson ;'
, .j
buttons, embroiders & monograms \ ly f ( >
in '; '
: t f
t; darns & patches, tacks ry ( i f r, ., rr
Florida factories during 1960 0
, & hems, etc. Assume 6 payments 1 '
were valued at $1,804,385,000more
of $7.75. CL. 5-1161, Daytona I :' t..
. !than the raw materialsand
: Beach. Sept. 13, 5tp. ,-' '1-
-power used to make them "
, s FOR SALE-L.P. Bulk Gas. We the Florida State Chamber of .S- .,
: will fill your tank or we will reports. "

furnish you with a tank. Call "This sum, the latest officially! .
modern Convenience
Harris Appliance & Gas. Co. at estimated, marks an 8 per cent and Comfort ;

ID 7-3367, Bunnell, Florida. gain over the previous year. *; ; I

I Aug.. 30ticSEPTIC Since 1960, Florida manufacturing get a IlIiI tameless f .f .
has stepped up an esti- .
<" TANK-cleaning reason \ J-
: ,
mated 9 per cent more. This
able rates. George Jarosz, phoneID total sum is a realistic measureof ELECTRIC WATER HEATER
7.3410 5.17 11.17-paid
the direct contribution of
SUPER-FASTI New quick-recovery, around it without the slightest fear. You
j S EXPERT REPAIR SERVICEOn manufacturing to the economyof 5- 5 flameless Electric Water Heaters can deliver never have to be "on guard". .and peace >
TV, Radios, Hi-Fi, Sewing the state as it, represents: the as much hot water in 24 hours as the averoC mind is priceless.CLEANER .
Machines, Vacuum Cleaners and work done within factories by age family uses in two full weeks.They heat, \ ,r
all small appliances. All work adding to the worth of raw ma water faster..keep it hot longer. Always A flameless Electric Water, I
-t. terials. Payrolls of, manufacturing dependable. The heat is sealed in...isn't Heater can never clog with carbon residue ,
Ormond Hardware,
wasted up the,flue. produced by an open flame. No flames, noSUPERSAFEI .
50 W. Granada next 7-Eleven plants in Florida totaled soot, no combustion products. .. .
No flames . .
$848 million paid to 192,950 em- no
Ormond Beach, Fla. Phone 677-
; 4414. 17-Uc. ployees in 1960. fumes...no constant-burning pilot light. CHEAPER TOO I Costs lees to buy, Ii-
- May "Foods are Florida's principal No scary "blast-on-blast-off sounds. Safe less to install,and is cheaper to operate.Insist
and silent as a light bulb.Children,can play that your next water heater be ELECTRIC.
Ocean front housekeeping apart- class of manufactured goods

, ments, 1 and 2 bedrooms compete with a valu-added figure of $396

,: with linens and all utilities. million and a payroll of $143 UNDER KITCHEN
<.'. Sun deck, fishing, swimming, million in 1960. Chemical plants I COUNTER NO FLUES OR More than a million Florida families -

" loafing. Day, week or month. moved up to second place from tIJj VENTS NEEDED have"switched"to flameless

. Sun Sea !Manor, Flagler Beach. third with added value of $291 Round, square or counter-top neighbor.EJectricWaterHeating.Askyour

.: HE 9.2082 7-6tf million and payroll of $90 mil. UNDER STAIRS [L models can'be tucked away any-

. -' >/'- **-xX sXN -V- -' lion. Paper and allied products where . for shorter pipe runs See the new models. Visit your .
1 factories added $211 million and IN A and- added economy. electric appliance dealer, plumbing
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER ,or electrical contractor today.
had a payroll of $71 million. v CLOSET
metal products plants
.. LOTS HOMES OCEAN FRONT added $124 million and paid
employees $66 million.
;".'_ ACREAGE "Concrete, clay and plaster -flu;'k7tt "L J1g.n.tel!!. &L fl

;{ See us for your real estate needs factories added $120 million and 7t/rs CHEAPER TOOl
;/ Office Phone HE 9-2242 .
had a payroll of $55 million. A nameless Electric:
Residence'Phones ID 7-3691 FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT I
.; Printing and publishing firms Water Heater is included .",
. or ID 7-3517 HELPING BUILD fLORIDA ,,,, i in Medallion( Home.r .
,';: -- .-.. --. - - .... added. $115. million with" a pay. every
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