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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: November 8, 1962
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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. (( VOLUME 50, NO. 44 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOV. 8, 1962 $2.50 A YEAR

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, Vote 'Results of VOICE OF ,FREE MENThe Commerce BodyMembership I i Auditor Says



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.. U. S. Senator. Drive to BeginPlans Well Managed '

: , George A. Smathers (Dem) 710 ,
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\ Emerson Rupert (Rep) 136 for the reorganization of The Bunnell City Commissioners

'',. Railroad and Public Utilities \J 'rrw[ :" r ID/ 'fllr' the Flagler County Chamber of accepted the bid of John
Commission, Group 2. Commerce have been completedand I Seay of $111.10 for
I t < Jerry W. Carter (Dem) 590 i \ [ U5 DaD1( If( /\lrmM the membership drive for !' Jeep station wagon at their

: H. B. .(Bob) Foster (Rep) 141 new members will begin Mon meeting Monday evening. Other

I The remainder of the names @) mlL I I Ij.VJ lr@) day, November, H. V. Peavy I bids received included: Willard

,', on the ballot were all Democrats. president, said. today.It i Spivey, $105.00; G. D. McCoy,
-' - Congressman 8th Congressional I\J M;I I( /I\JI VAir lIil bYN.t\\"lCfitIhIL1 i 80.00; and Bunnell :Motor Corn;

was stated that every busi- $75.00.Frank .
DistrictD.
any
,. R. Billy) :Matthews 697 ( !! = 1f@ U.II\Vj[ \lttll!> ness firm in Flagler County will
I solicited for M. Genter of Center
.; : Court. :,be membership.
Justice of the Supreme
Elxvyn Thomas 544 @rn DYe lfmlffiJ\!! e _@fFtJ. i office in the Bunnell Civic Cen and Batten certified public 'accountants -

ter has been established for the I presented the audit,
Justice of the Supreme Court.611 r C o p i JA!/IDr A\f& transaciton of business.It report for the fiscal year October
:Millard F. Caldwell
was also stated, that a sign 1, 1961 through September 30,
of
Judge, District Court Appeals -
1st Appellate District., will be placed on U.S. HighwayOne 1962.Mr.
531 west of the Civic Center Center said the audit
Wallace E. Sturgis
.. Circuit Judge, 7th Judicial Cir- with the following inscription: showed that the city's business
had been well and
"Welcome Station, Flagler Coun- managed
cut. 605 ty Chamber of Commerce." It that it had a good bookkeeping
Horace D. Riegle
Judicial will be seen by both north and system. The city had operated ,
State 7th
attorney within the budget and had some-
Circuit ; southbound traffic. The sign will
money carried over at the end of
Dan R. Warren 606 be erected. this weekend, it was

Railroad and Public Utilities rights and privileges which we so frequentytake stated. the year.

Commission, Group 1. for'granted in the United States had to be won Permission was granted for
the selfless devotion of fel- use of part of the library room
Wilbur C. King 620 and preserved for us by
of the civic center building for
RepresentativeState low Americans.The Flagler Beach
Flagler County the Chamber of Commerce of

Legislature. American,Legion asks that you display your

William. L. Wadsworth.... 746 Flag on Veteran's Day, Sunday, November 11, as a Bond: ElectionPasses fice.Voted to ,bond Gene Barber forradio

Clerk of the Circuit Court. memorial to the heroic men and women of our armed purpose; heard a report on

E. A. Smythe 673 forces who gave their lives for our country.' 2 to 1 water from the test well; ex

,Tax Collector. -- pressed interest in securing wa-

Dale B. Brown, Jr., 710 ter from the Flagler Beach wa

County Commissioner, Dist. 2.' Flagler Beach Commissioners' The freeholders of Flagler ter wells if the bond issue was
George E. Wickline 664 Beach voted better than 2 to 1
approved. The wells will be located
Dist 4. in favor of the :$650,000 bond
County Commissioner' Park Board Have Routine about halfway between
Alfred R." "Tucker" 656 issue for a supply and distribution Flagler Beach and Bunnell

School Board Member, Dist. '1. ,of good water. The commission votedUtfo meet

Herschel King 625 OfficersNamed Meeting Mqn4ay There were:446,registered free- ,'with the. Housing Authority, -"
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.School oars>Meber, Dist.,3, ': '-, holders'.in-' town;. and..a,total:: Flagler County to lay some'
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; .James -Uiminle)" ,Crews' 663School ? The of 239 voted for the 'Bond election
George Moody, Sr., was reelected Board, of County Commissioners :1 plans for additional low cost
Board:Member. Dist 5. chairman of the Flagler meeting Monday was and 117 against. housing, the meeting date,to beset
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Myrtle (Cockman) Rice 624 !iBeach State Park Board at a a routine session. The water system will include ,later.School. .. - .

Judge Small Claims Court.Leola meeting Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. drilling wells. for the.water sup .'Y 'm. "

R. Jones 629 :Marie Brede 'was, also reelected The board agreed to the request ply about halfway between I

Commissioner, Florida Inland to serve as secretary for: of D. D., Moody that the Flagler Beach and Bunnell. Also Board

Navigation District. the board. board expend $200 as part of: for improving and expandingthe

Alford 688 the engineering, required .on the present 'system
O. F. '
Park voted
The
Board to
con PaysProportion
Bulow Creekdam and fishing, .
tact State Park Director WalterA.
CONSTITUTIONAL 'AMEND- ,
: MENTS t .' Coldwell urging him to send Volusia lake project.county It was would stated probably that B & PW Club To Junior College. :

representatives here to assist in :
Amendment No. 1, reapport.Sonment pay the greater ,amount of the
I making plans for of the state. surveying costs.Raymond The Flagler County School
,l clearing the park site.
For' the Amendment 413 Flagler County Board of Com- Smith., civil defense Hear Dr. RodriqueyThe Board voted at its Tuesday meetIng
Against the Amendment 145
missioners have pledged to give director, told the board .that an to transfer $3,948.00 to the

,No, 2, permitting certain coun- 80 bulldozer hours and 200 man ; emergency hospital could be acquired Flagler Business and Pro Daytona Beach Junior College as
ties to appoint school superintendent fessional Women's Club will I the board's participating assess-
hours toward clearing and developing for the county. After dis-,
the park. The local cuission it was decided that hold open house for the publicon ment. The college serves Flag-
For the Amendment 243 ,I Thursday, November 15, at ler and Volusia Counties.
park board is anxious to get a there is not the present storage -
Against the Amendment 138 development plan so the work space fora sp tal.'I 8 o'clock in the evening. The During the meeting they also

No.3, concernnig Impeach- can begin on clearing: meeting will be held atthe Bun approved purchase ,order of

ment officers subject to im- Other members of the board Smith also announced that.nell. Civic Center and Dr. J. '$668.23 for library books at Car

peachmentFor are Mrs. Harold Massie. E.. H. Civil Defense Engineers would Rodiquey, an escapee and R.I'I ver High School; $95.60 for shop
the Amendment 275 be here morning to In-'I
Threadgill, and Lyman Gage. Tuesday ban refugee With his family equipment. The board also votedto
Against the Amendment 101 spect the fallout shelters being left his homeland and posses- purchase a freezer for the

No. 4, to allow civil jury trialsin built in several areas of the sions to come to our land of Flagler Beach school cafeteria.

branch courthouse in Pasco Moody Family I county by the board. freedom. He clearly states he is Approved a request by Leslie
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county. anticommunistic.He Pache to use the for the
gym :
I On bid, the board sold to
For the Amendment 200 Eighth Annual is a professor of Spanishand Midgets and Juniors for basket
Dean Peterson discarded
a dump
Against the Amendment 91 English, holding a Phd degree ball games. This is in connec
cab and hoist for Road
body, $26.
No. 5, providing for consolidating Reunion Sunday' from Havana University. He tion with the City Recrreation
Supt. L. M. Whitaker told the
office of states attorney is coming to our county throughthe Department program.
The eighth annual reunionof board that these items' were
and solictor in Duval county.For invitation of Viola Tonkin, Discussed problems of secur-
the :Moody Family was held worthless to the county.
the Amendment 190 who is chairman of World Af- ing two cars for the driver education ,
at the Bunnell Community Centeron
Against the Amendment 99 Junior Strickland, discussed fairs Committee of the B&PW program, and decided to \
Sunday, November 4. Overa
No.: 6, providing that the legislature with the board using recreation' Club. work out the problem with those I
hundred members of the. fami-
may provide a circuit funds provided by the legislature Mrs.: Tonkin heard his speak concerned. !
lies and their family connections -
judge for each 50,00 inhabitants attended the affair. t from Flagler racing fundsto at'the District District BPW in Supt. Z. D. Holland announced j!

instead of the present finance fallout shelters. After October in Daytona Beach. She December 2.4 as the dates for f

provision that a judge must The Moody Family was, originally -I discussion it was.. decided that heartily: recommend all____ who. the State School Board Association ;
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: be provided' each 50,000.' and the three Baxley:Moody brothers Georgia,, the law provides that the these possibly can to come out to hear meeting in St. Petersburg !

For Amendment 219 funds must be turned over to him. I
I Issac L, Robert and George, set- fi
Against the Amendment 112 the municipalities of Bunnell i
toed in what is now Bunnell at
No. 7, revision of the preambleto the turn of the century. They and Flagler Beach for their use GWENDOLYN RICH First Methodist Church of Daytona t
'the constitution 'to clarify for recreation. Beach. and was 51 years
pioneered in the development of DIED SUNDAY AT "
of preamble.For of age.
language Bunnell. Flagler Beach, and '
HOLLY HILL HOME
the Revision 256 I Flagler County. GROUP TO DISCUSS Survivors include a daughter, .. I

Against the Revision 95 firs: Gwendolyn Rich, daughter Mrs. Joyce Fretwell, Daytona i
FLAGLER COUNTY
: Sr. of
George Moody, Flagler
No. 8, revision of the consti- of the late Mr. and Mrs. L.O. Beach; a son, Boyce Raulerson, ;
I Beach is one off the three brothers CIVIL DEFENSE PLAN ;
tution to make more definite Upson, Sr., passed away Sundayat Jr., Key West; five brothers,
I.L and Bob :Moody both
certain,.$tate boundaries. J passed away during the, Flu Representatives from 20 civic her home in Holly Hill aftera Raymond Hart, Lawrence, Louis,

For the, Amendment 258 Epidemic of 1918. organizations of Flagler county short illness. She had beena John and Reginald Upson; one 1

Against the Amendment 65 Attending from Orlando were: will meet tonight (Thursday) at resident of Daytona Beach, sister, :Mrs. Mary Trainor, Day

No. 9, concerning the division Continued To Page 8 the court house at 8 P.M. to and for a number of years at tona Beach.

of powers of
state government makingthe I For the Revision 246 Flagler county, Mrs. Cora years. ment was held in Daytona Beachi

language more -clear. Against the Revision 91 Buckles said today She was a member of,' the Tuesday.sr' .




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I ,. .< P.AGBTWO ,THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA . Thursday, November.8,1962VSR73 -I

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: . Heidi Eisenbach, Miss Bradley 'polnts. Harry Kuleski who was i THE CIRCUIT COURTl.OF-

: will be looking for three girlsto Idle has 63 points"for second FLtAULER IN CHANCERY COLftTY.NO.' 4333.FLORIDA, ,

( make varsity.So pliiCe: :F.oreaker and J. 'Lacour JERRY DUBINER. Plaintiff,
.'
: . let's go girls. Competition are running hard for second i ETHEL DUBINER vs. -

?' going to be real keen this year place. Defendant.NOTICE .i
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'" Miss Bradley will also have a G'Td Pat Tp j TO DEFEND *

r...; and has '1041 t THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO
t? B squad 'this year a Crawford 8 14 20 ETHEL, DUBINER

: NOTES five game schedule and looking Kuleski 6 10 3 63 ; Residence and Post Office
Address UnknownYou
I for more games. Foreaker 8 "'9 0 541
are hereby notified that a
/-I. 1 Best of luck Bunnell Puppets. J. Lacour 6 8 5 53i suit has been filed against you in
Leslie' Poche the above entitled cause; and
By you
: the work. 6'7 0 42
Let's keep up good Joe. Allagood are hereby required to file your an-
Fedore 7 6 4 40 swer with the Clerk of this Court
\ PUNT, PASS. KICK Cliff McGriff couldn't see it. and to serve a copy thereof upon

BIG SUCCESSThe We had some good future Renfroe -6 36 the plaintiff or/ plaintiffs attorney..
HASTINGS SERIES whose name and adddress is
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second punt, pass and Baby Bulldogs. Some of them M. Cook ; 8:6 2 38 SAMUEL V. HOLCH

; kick contest sponsored by Bun- did very good in all three phasesof Bunnell Won 7 Hastings won 6 c Abbott 6' S" 1 31 Palatka lift North Florida 3rd Street

nell Motor Company and held the program. If these young 0 1961 15 Hunter '5 ,4 3 27 I. not later than November 30. A. D.

.,,'x.. Saturday morning at the football boys keep up the( interest and 0 1960, 7 I B. Farley 8 3 9 27 19t If 2.you fail to do so. decree pre

', field was a big success. willingness they will have a 7 1959 6 Polk 7 4.1 25 confesso will be entered against 1.
for the relief demanded in the
''- Success of the program was so i great future athletics.. I 12 i958 26: you bill of complaint. The nature of
IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH -
:'. great. :that we had, four boys repeat We had a nice group of boys 6 1957 54 I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN said WITNESS suit being my for hand divorce.and seal of
I
as winner for the second and they really, helped to makeit I I 0 1956 15 AND FLORIDA.FOR IN FLAGLER CHANCERY COUNTY NO., said Court this 29th day of October -
D. 1962.
I xis: year. Winner received a Redskin a success. Like to thank all'I 37 ,1955 6 WALTER A. ,
: I.. VANN., (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
_- football jacket; second place the parents for letting their boys 18 1954 7 Plaintiff. I Clerk of said Circuit Court 1
I I By Julia R. Harvey ]
i *, winner a Redskin helmet and participate. I nave enjoyed doing 8 1953' 0 ELLEN, VANN, Deputy Clerk.

'::f third, place winner ,a, football things for those boys because 18 1952 12 Defendant. Nov 1.8.15.224tcIN 1
NOTICE OF SUIT )
;:. autographed by the 1961 Green they all cooperate. Some 7 i95i 21 IN THE NAME OF THE STATE TUB CIRCUIT COURT. SEV- .
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IN
UNTIi JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
F '''' Bay Packers. day- we're gonna- have a boy go 7 1948 ,9 OF TO FLORIDA: ELLEN: VANN. AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY, '

' - all the way .to a championshipgame. 19 1938 18' 2258 Lincoln Park West. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. :
; : Glen Carle and Kirk Robertson, Chicago 14. Illinois 4wL' ;

. : both tops in scoring, were the Thanking all for help- 139 187 You are hereby required to file JAMES H. EBERT, t
< with the Clerk of this Court your Plaintiff ,
most accurate. Glen lost six Ing the PPK. A real success. .. answer to the fill of Complaint I
: SJRC STANDING filed herein against you In the MICHAEL W. WARREN -
.. points and scored 196. Kirk lost above entitled cause on or before L. MURRAYd GERTRUDE
6% points and finished with 174. PETE PIKE SPORTS SALUTE IN ALL GAMESW 'the 2nd day of December., A D. H. 'VINSLOV.I' jJ
196%. and serve a copy thereof upon Defendants.
will be added L T
Scores of the winner have been Something new per LEWIS F. LAW plaintiffs at- NOTICE OF SUIT AND ORDERTO

i wired to the National Punt, Pass to ,my weekly column. Pete Pike Baldwin 7 1 '0 858 torney herein whose address ,is APPEAR
I 250 South Beach Street. Daytona 'I
% :: IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
( and Kick headquarters for com I will salute some boys or girls Father Lopez 5 1 0 830 Beach. Florida; "The Flagler Tri- OF FLORIDA

parison and determination of each week for some outstanding Bunnell ,'4' 2 1 610 newspaper bune" is hereby In which designated this as order the TO WARREN whose residence L. MURRAY.and post of-

state and area winners. sports achievement or good Callahan 4.,3 1 560 shall be published once a week,for fice address Is I
four consecutive weeks. HEREIN
350 Fifth Avenue
Winners wjll compete during sportsmanship.This Hastings 3, 2 2 540 FAIL NOT OR A DECREE PRO New York New York
,
the halftime celebration at NFL week Pete Pike salutes D&B; 3 '5 0 '365 CONFESSO AGAINST YOU WILL FOR BE SUCH ENTERED FAIL and through all persons or under claiming said de-by., I

' games. Ten finalists will com- the Baby Bulldogs for their good Crescent City 2 4 0 330 URE. fendant. "I
The nature of this suit Is a bill herebynotified
You and each of are
pete at: the National League sportsmanship and their fine St. Joseph 2 5 0 290 for. divorce. that a suit you has been

after a trip record which earned by Keystone Hts. 051 000 WITNESS my ,hand and seal at brought against you in the Circuit I
!, championship game they Bunnell Flagler County. Florida Court Seventh Judicial Circuit in
,
to Washington and a White their fine efforts in practice. this(Official 25th Seal day)of October E. A. SMYTHE A. D 1952. and for Flagler County Florida la
chancery as above entitled for the
House reception. Pete Pike salutes Stuart Rock. As Clerk, Circuit Court. cancellation and rescission of that I

: All expense trips for area winners et for his bowling achievement. GAMES' NOVEMBER 9th Flagler Julia County.R. Harvey.Florida.By certain Deed from Michael W.
I' Murray to Warren L. Murray dated -
\ and their fathers will be Stuart bowls in the Lehigh Hastings at BunnellHomecoming Nov. 1-8-15-22--4tc Deputy Clerk July 20, 1962; and filed for rec-
1 ord in the office of the Clerk of
provided ,by the Ford Motor Co., League Thursday night at the ( ) the Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN
which sponsors the Punt, Pass Bellaire Lanes. Watching his St. Joe at Fr. Lopez (NQV 11) AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY Circuit, in and for Flagler County
Florida in Official Records Book <
and Kick contest with the National average weekly Stuart has been Crescent City at Jennings CASE, :FLORIDA.NO. ezs IN PROBATe. at page 482. purporting to convey
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League. picking up pins weekly this :, Baldwin at Callahan IN RE: Estate of JR. to ray the fee defendant.simple title Warren to the L.follow-Mur-,
WILLIAM H. ATKINSON .
, :Flagler county winners are: week. Stuart has rocketed into I Deceased. ing and described situated real in Flagler property located I
County
i; 'Age group -Phil Martel 97%, No. 3 in the league. In 27 games NOTICE creditors TO of CREDITORSAll the estate of Florida- to-wit:-

, Davey Solomon 76 Ralph Abraham 'he has knocked, down 4,642 pins CRAWFORD RUNNING AWAY William H. Atkinson. Jr.. deceased.are -I.o-t; 2i2:: 23 and 24. Block i
hereby notified and requiredto 4; Lots 13, 15. 21, 22. 23, 24. Ii
) 74%: Age 8- George Wer- for a 171 average. WITH,SCORING HONORS file any claims or demands 25 and 26. Block 6: Lots 13.
which they may have against caM 16, 21 and 22. Block llL The
\/ therington,, m,, Mike :Manuel, Keep up the good work Stuart.We Ernie Crawford who scored 28 estate In the office of ,the county South 38 feet of Lot 24. Block

1, 99%, Wayne Hutchenson ((77; could have a t ,Don Carter 'points ,two., weeks ago against judge the of courthouse Flagler at County.Bunnell.FloridaIn Florida ,- and 5. and, 28. all Block1 of Lots; alU 25 being,, 26., 27 in js t

Age 9-Kirk Robertson, 174, from Flagler County some'day.John Jennings hiked his lead to 104ML within six calendar .months Atlanta Beach, a subdivision
from the date of the first publica- as per map or plat of said 1
James Kelly 126& Chip Johnson I
D. McDaniel for takingit tion of this notice. Each claim or subdivision on file in the office r
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123; Age 10-Mike. Barber 153, like a good' sport. John who demand must be in writing and of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court in and for Flagler
of residenceand
must state the place f
\ Donald Pelllcer 146, George Rev was in the 11-age group of the pontoIQce address of the claim- County. Florida, in Plat Book
ant and must be sworn to by the 3 at page 24 i
i els 133% Age 11-Glen Carle
PPK Contest had 160 points go-
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claimant his agent or his attorney. and you are hereby summoned ordered -
\ 196, Benny Geller 184%, JohnD. Ing into, the final round. John : or it will become void accordingto and required to file' your
law. written answer or defenses to the
McDaniel. got off a bad kick of 27 feet October 10th. 1962. Complaint filed herein against you
.C S/ Maudrey B. Atkinson ia the above cause in the office
and finished up in third place. 81 Glenda Atkinson Pelllcer J I of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Administrators of the Estate of In and for Flagler -
John would of had a good score
BULLDocs.-.SPDDSTEES William H. Atkinson Jr.Deceased ida located In the Court louse at
TANGLE IN HOMECOMING and one of the biggest He took \( First publication October 25.. 1962 Bunnell. Florida on or before the
& Nov. 1-8-16-1962--Ctc 10th of
October 25 day December A. D. 1962
big smile.
1 Bannell Bulldogs have been it with a BY HELEN HALE at the hour of 5:00 o'clock P.M.,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF EST. and to serve a copy of such
shut out by the Hastings Spud- FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA, answer or defenses upon Ish&m
When in Rome in the summer IN CHANCERY NO. 432T W. Adams plaintiffs attorney herein -
sters in the last two meetingsbut and the day is ,hot, do as the MURIEL A, ORTIZ. whose address Is 121 Broadway -
BUNNELL PUPPETS START Plaintiff
Daytona Beach Florida
will be looking for win on
a NOVEMBER 12 Romans do. Sit in the shade of vs. or before said date. If you fail
this time. This will be Bulldogs PRACTICE one of the City's beautiful piazza DONALD a ORTIZ.Defendant. to do so a decree pro confesso will
Coach Sarita Bradley has and nibble chilled and ele- be entered against you for the relief -
Homecoming game. The on a NOTICE TO DEFEND demanded in said Complaint.
Spudsters will be looking to called: her conference champs gant confection.To THE STATE OF FLORIDA,. TO: It is further hereby ordered that
DONALD CORTIZ this Notice
and Order shall be
spoil their Homecoming. Puppets for their first practice apply this logical equationof 6 East Church Street published -four
12. hot day plus cold confection Jamesburg. New Jersey consecutive weeks nThe Flagler
November
Hastings Spudsters have some Monday, equals cool contentment evolved You are hereby notified that a Tribune a newspaper published In
The Puppets will open the suit has been filed against you In Bunnell Flagler County Florida.
speedy backs and have shifty
a centuries the ancient Romans
ago by the above entitled cause; and you and having a general circulation
one: in Dee Kennedy .who gave j season with Green Cove Springs I try fruit and milk freezes are hereby required to file your answer In saId Flagler County. Florida. '
Clerk of this Court
D& B a big headache in their' and will be looking for their 15th In your own piazza Patio or back. and to with serve the a copy thereof upon the WITNESS said Circuit my hand Court aa of Clerk Flaeler of

game. Also Ken Johns fullback i straight win. All conference for- yard. Developed by home econOmists the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney. County Florida at Bunnell. Ffagrler -
whose name and address is: County
Skip Hunter and Dicky I ward and guard Sheila West- using whipped instant non Ray Selden of November Florida A. D. 1962.this 2nd day I

brook and Grace Steflik will be fat dry milk crystals this freeze Selden Building (SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE
Irving. The Bulldogs are readyto has' delicate fruit coloring, a Daytona Beach. Floridanot Clerk.
also later than November 19. 19(2. Nov. 8-15-22-29-4tc
in this Bunnell. missing through graduation,
go typical smooth richness and all the proteins If you fail to do so decree pro ...--
Hastings battle. All the Bulldogs Linda Revels, guard. B vitamins, phosphorousand confessso will be entered against Statement required by the Act 01
I you for the relief demanded in the August 24. 1912. as amended by the
will go except for Mike Big smile on Coach Bradleywas calcium of whole milk. bill of complaint. The nature of Acts of March 3. 1933 (Title 39. U.s.

Homsby who is out with an arm the return of Sandy Gumble said suit being for divorce. Code Sec. 2330) showing the ownership -
I WITNESS my hand and seal of management and circulationof
injury. Coach Foots Brumley: who missed last year play as STRAWBERRYRASPBERRYCHIFFON said Court this 11th day of October.A. The' Flagler Tribune published

all. : ,FREEZE D. 1962. weekly. at Bunnell Florida, for "
she moved. Sandy was an oc-
gonna give us a good game. (Officiala1) E. A. SMYTHE. October 1962.
conference player in 61.. Return (Makes} Quarts) Clerk of said Circuit Court 1. The names and addresses of ;
I confer- 1 package (10 ounces) frozen By Julia A. Harvey the publisher editor managing edl-
LITTLE MOE SEES, ing from last year all Deputy Clerk.' tor and business manager are
FUTURE BULLDOGS ,ence guard Beverly Cummins, sliced strawberries, thawed Oct. 18.%$ & Nov. 1-8-Itc Publisher. Mrs M. B. Fuller Bim- j
nelL
I frozen
ounces
)
1 package (10
; bad Sharon Townsend Barbara IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Florida .
Well
I the 'gOod fortuneto ,
red raspberries,, thawed FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA
Editor. Mrs M. B.
watch and help our second Weaver, Mechele Steflik, Allida % pos&d (16) marshmallows IN CHANCERY NO. 4529. nell Florida. Fuller Bun

PPK program. Sorry that Coach Tucker, Lorraine Wyndham: halved FAYE YVONNE PATTILLO.Plaintiff Bunnell.S. The Florida.owner Is **. B- Pu"er. .I

% cup lee water S. The known bondholders more \

tt cop instant nonfat dry milk CARL HOLT_ sPATTILLO.Defendant.. gagees and other security holder
owning or holding 1 .
percent or more
; FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT % rip lemon juice THE STATE HOLT OF FLORIDA TO: gages or other securities are: None.
CARL PATTILLO. 4, Paragraphs 2 and Include incases
% sugar
eup Last known- address: where the
stockholder or security
317 Brunswick Road.
holder appear upon the
AMBULANCE - .. Drain strawberries and rasp- Jacksonville Florida. books of the company as trustee or
You are hereby notified that a in ,other '
PHONE VAlley 41625ST. berries; reserve syrups and force suit haa been filed against you In name any of the person fiduciary or relation corporation the
SERVICE the above! entitled cause; and you
fruit through sieve or food miL are hereby required to file your an- for whom such trustee Is acting:
AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA Combine fruit syrups with marshmallows swer with the Clerk of this Court also the statements in the two para-
and to thereof graphs show the affiant' full knowledge -
stirring serve a copy upon
in Heat -
saucepan.
and belief as to the circumstances
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
liner be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
constantly until marshmallows whose name and address is: and conditions under which ,
at service with safety and are melted. Mix in sieved ANTHONY J. GREZIK. stockholders and! security holder
are always your promptness I 226 South Grandview who do not appear upon the books I
,- fruit; chin until slightly thickened.Mix Daytona Beach. Florida of the company as trustees hoi
experience* H Instant crystals with tt cup not later than November 19th. A. D. stock and securities In a capacity .
1962.If. other than that of a bona fide owner
With Rcsusitator and Inhalator ice water in bowL Whip until soft you fail to do so. decree pro 5. The average number of copies y
Equipped Oxygen peaks form (3-4 minutes). Add confesso will be entered againstyou of each Issue of this publication soldor I

lemon juice and whip until stiff for the relief demanded in the distributed through the mails or ;
Funeral Home bill of complaint. The nature of otherwise to paid subscribers durIng -
Garcia peaks form (3-4 minutes longer). said suit being for divorce. the 12 .months preceding the i
Gradually add sugar. Fold into WITNESS my hand and seal of date above shown was 1185.

I P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director berry mixture. Pour into refrig- said.. D.Court 1962.Official this 16th day of OctoberA. Sworn MRS.to and M. subscribed B. FULLER.before Editor me

i LADY ASSISTANT erator trays; freeze until firm, ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE this 1st day of October. 1162.

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an's Club who attended the District -I I two dozen dinner trays and various I II
Six meeting of the Florida I utensils for the cafeteria. \ !! _
Federation of Women's Clubs, I Mrs. Owens and Mrs.: Moody
held at Eau Gallie last Friday, i reported on the teachers lounge
were Mrs. H. G. Heydt, Mrs. Jasper committee. After a brief discus
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White, Mrs. K. N. Givens,I sion, two ,heaters were donated.
Mrs. :Myrtle Streeter and Mrs. One by Mrs. Sheeler and one by
Clarence Shultz.. Mrs. Meekins. Two ladies volunteered WHOLE LB. <
I to represent the PTA at FRYERS 29

Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. 'the civil defense meetings being

Jack Meekins while Mrs. Mee. organized now in ,the county. ,
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kins is convalescing is her sister
Mrs.. R.. B. Johnson fromScotland I Mrs. Ray Mattel.Following_ Palm. River SlicedBACON Frets Boston Butt
a'report on the executive -
Neck, N. C. 1

Mr. and Mrs. Dal Bass from.1 Brice Sheeler, board, Mrs.meeting Johnson by gavea Mrs. POUND 49* Pork Roast LB. 49*

Lanett, Ala., are visiting with brief run-down on a. proposed
their daughter and son-in-law,I plan discussed by the board-
to evacuate the school by prearranged -
Littlefield,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard
and family. I car pools, whereby it Copeland's All MeatFRANKS, Western Corn Fed Center Cut
would not be necessary for the

William Whitney from Cler-I transported children, to wait for LB *
mont was a ''recent visitor with buses. Traffic could be mini. 49 Pork Chops 69

his son and family,. Mr. and mined by this and waiting time
would be reduced. She
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Mrs. Bob Whitney.
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METHODIST CHURCH NEWS contacted personally on this Maxwell House Armour's VegetoleCoffce
and, that it would only be ef
will
The welcome
Rev. R.congregation' N. Hoover next Sundayat fective with full cooperation *
the 11 a. m. worship service. from parents. ,39 Shortening ::39
John 'iB a e t t, supervising CAA
,He and;:Mrs.. Hoover have been g g ,
", vacationing in Illinois. Church principal for the county schools, Limit 1 with $5.00 or More Food Order Limit 1 with $5.00 or More Food Order
was the guest speaker and related .
school is, at 9: 45 a. m.
1, 1 The Men's Club will meet the history of textbooks .
) Monday night at the church. from the year that'money was 303 ,Mae Dae Tomatoes
The Woman's Society of ChrIs. appropriated by the state for 300 Show Boat. Pork&Beans
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tian'Service: will ''treat them to them. .Mr. Baggett also gave a 303 Mustard,Turnip Greens WHAT G."B' .
brief talk on the plans on civil 303 Red Dart eanl
dinner. 'preceding the meeting.The
defense that are now being 303 Bush Hominy
dinner was won by the men 300 Bush NavylBeans
sUmmer' when challenged made ,in the schools.: 1 O
last they 303 Bush Kidney Beans EACH _
the WSCS in an attendance 300 Bush Pinto Beans
WOMAN'S CLUB TO HOLD
drive.HALLOWEEN. 300 M. P. Early June Peas -
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{ 300B us h Red Beans

CARNIVAL business meeting of theWoman's 300... Bush Black 'Eye Peas WILL .BIY .
30"0 Bush October Beans
WAS A BIG SUCCESS Club will be held
The Halloween Carnival committee Wednesday, November 14 at the
wishes to thank the Clubhouse. Miss Emily Gage ,
303 :Argo 12 :Oz., Niblet ,
J many personS who helped make will be hostess for the meeting .' - . ,
the dinner arid carnival,successful which will begin at two o'clockp. jI. 6'. 6
this year.Costume m., Mrs. H. G. Heydt.. said today :PEAS "FdR 1 00 CORN $1'00 '
,' winners were: Frank .. FOR
RoseMarie .
Fleurie, Miller? Grady -
Prather, Barbara Wilson, MRS. GIVENS OPENS

Jerry, Gordon,;and Eleanor Bald BEAUTY SALON 2% DelMonte. 2i/2 Food. KingPEARS
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PTA MEETING HELD a Mrs.new Marge beauty Givens Salon has on Central opened rlilCocktailf r$100 S 9 .

TUESDAY EVENING !Avenue' and 10th street in Flag 3 FOR
;The fifth grade room mothers ler Beach. According her advertisement
served hot chocolate preceding the'meeting.. Tuesday the Tribune she is offering Rand R'Plum Sliumne'Pudding
night In the school cafetorium specials in permanent waves.

with Betty Johnson, president, 3 TALL '
presiding. The room:, count was Mrs. Anna Hansalpacker is a 1cl:. 49 MilK 39
won by the fourth gr.ade.It patient. in the Ormond Beach CANS
where she underwent
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class represented. surgery.
300 Sweet Treet ,CrushedPineapple
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given at 69 by Mrs. Robert Barbers in India carry razors,
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chairman. She stated that the waist, and will shave.a customer 9FROZEN
dinner and carnival together i anywhere-even in his own bed.
netted 27351. Mrs. Wilson:t The barbers get no business from
thanked Mrs. Shatz and Mrs.I Sikhs, forbidden by their religionto FOODS FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES

Johns for their C emendous helpon cut their hair, but other Indians 9 Oz; Mr. G French Fried New Crop SweetPotatoes
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ATTENDS JUNIORWOMAN'S -Daytona Civic Music !I
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DISTRICT ,MEETING iI I i i! Group Will Present' ITEM.grape harvest The California has passed its seedless peak, When ,: ,

Mrs. Allen Reynolds and Mrs. but housewives will still find table :: ,
grapes an exceptional buy for this ).,' "
Maxine Buckles attended the "The Sound of Music"Rogers .- '
time of year. Production this yearis -- i:::. .. <',"/' !
District Six Woman's Club meet and Hammerstein's last reported to be 30 per cent ,< ..

ing held in Eau Gallie last Fri I and perhaps greatest musical, higher than,last year.: Prices are I
slightly lower than in 196L
day.Mrs. "The Sound of Miisic," and the
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Buckles said the Flagler
I Junior 'Woman's Club will meet internationally acclaimed Vienna ITEM. Family managers will find You Need

. on Tuesday evening, November Choir Boys will be two of the no decline in prices of, dairy "
five outstanding ,concerts on the products at their local markets, t
I ,: 13, at the club building in Flag- ,
25th anniversary season of the although the government has cut
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ler Beach. The meeting will ,beats
I Daytona Beach Civic Music As- price supports from 5 to 12 percent
; 8 o'clock.Guest sociation. Government surpluses are '
I .4. :' speaker for the meeting increasing so fast that they can't -

9 will be Mrs. William F. Mar- "The Sound of'. Music," the be disposed of, even when donatedto
\ ',' queue of Melbourne. most lavish Broadway musical school lunch programs in other '
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,!feature a cast of 70 with full .
"J ITEM. The U.s. Labor Depart.ment's
, Mrs. Mary Church of(Berkley, '
with the 20
orchestra along index
California, is the house, guest off I consumer price ." ,
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I identical sets and ,complete costumes -.I shows there has been a decline in ,
J Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Powell for '
> t of the New York produc the prices of ,many items during ,
I an!: extended visit. She accom- tion. "' the past few weeks, including new \ .

J '_.*' pa"i1ied'them on their return ,trip can, tires, gasoline and house-

....' from their hunting in Canada. ,Jeannie Carson, glamorous hold appliances. Now, one of the
,, "::< Mrs. Church is a sister of Mr. singing star from England, who great mail-order houses has reduced -

*,*;' \ Powell and Mrs. E. A. Smythe, ,has been playing the lead role the price on 2,000 items. Printing '
"". This is, observers a further
I '*':"* and has visited here' on: ,several of,.Maria von' Trapp in the New say I
L i indication that prices of goods are .
\:"- .> occasions. York company, will star In Daytona soft throughout the country.

': i Beach. She was the per Meanwhile, as, reported in"this
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sonal choice of Richard Rogersto cost-of-living
' ?. of Mr. and Mrs. Louis .
'f" : puest head the company. continues to climb. This is due, to'
IR "' Trad this week are their son in in most part, to higher prices of: C.-.;.:, ,
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; law and,daughter, :Mr. and,:Mrs. ''The Sound of Music," which services. .. .

I" '" Jack Milholland and two sons tells the story'of'the Trapp'Family ( ." OFFICE FORMS .

J;'i ] of I Miami. Singers, has taken its placeas : ,"

.t,: one of the longest running :- .
a Their son, Pete Trad, has re., '
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musicals in the history of theAmerican ENVELOPESINVOICES
( '; .' turned to his home in Phoenix, theatre: The great .. , '.. ,
,, Arizona, after a short visit here .i !
: and Hammer- iMM2fl" .' : '
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.r stein', who were responsible for I 'f'- .

such other musical hits as Okla- . l' .
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Mr. !" '
: and Mrs. Walter Knight "
\ I homa, Carousel and South Pacific '
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had as their house guests dur : I.
carries the adventures of From Mrs. Nora Jones, Kala- LETTER HEADS I
ing the past weekend, Mr. and
I II the unsual Trapp family to ex- mazoo, Michigan: "I remember : ',F.' ."
Mcs. R. L. Dixon of Jacksonville. ;
citinkVheights in the theatre. when I was a child President Wil- f" "
I The Dixons came down J
( tend Jthe:Moody Family,!Reunion ;1.'<>Opening the ,Civic Music, ;SeTfeSUnfJariuary town., All the schoolkids. lined ,:. -_ .; ; .
" wiitfbe both\sfdes dressed l.:' : ;.J : ; ,
or4St1 $ Dixonris a first the .VI.l the.streets on :

, cousin; of George y,Sr., ands l ennatChoir Boys. Founded more in their; best,' and"each waved_ a r '

I second. cousin of Mrs. Knight: r til n450 years ago, !the choir flag and sang the national anthem. .- r.. T : I
"Bands played and banners
I : can 'claim'such ,musical Greats ,
waved and men lifted their hats. "
I Patty Reynolds, young daughter . as Haydn and Schubert as former It's a rare sight now to see such BILL HEADS" "

of Dr. and Mrs. Allen Reynolds singers in the group. Today, an exhibit of respect and patri- J ", ,

,,visited last week in Cocoa as through nearly five centuries, otism. And, now that we ,need ', .. 1.\ 4' t. :l- t.. t
with her, grandparents, Dr. and the choir,''provides enchanting prayer' more than ever before, it : : '
'RULED FORMS : 7f
Mrs. Frank, Reynolds. entertainment, with its unique SIs being prohibited in our schools. " , .4 ,
Separation of church and state is "
program of costumed operettas, weak . ; :
a excuse. .
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I Mr.. and Mrs. Adolph Deen ofOc&la sacred songs and secular folk "I wonder if the Indians, the : : .TICKETS and TAGS : :
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visited here with Mr. and music. original inhabitants of this coun- .
Mrs. D. D. Moody this week. They try, do not find amusement in our "-

carne over Sunday to attend the The brilliant young pianist, concern that we may be invadedby >: :" , J
Moody Family Reunion. James :Mathis who recently won Red forces?" .
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Mr. and Mrs. F. H.Howell had:' Federation of Music Clubs award From W. H. Campbell, Hilda, ? i

as*guests Sunday evening her will also apear on the series. S.C.: "Tell me all you can about I ;
the Old Timer and I remember, '
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brother in law and sister, Mr. Theodor Uppman, leading its purpose, etc. I think it is won- ., ,

and Mrs. P. Baughman of Jack- baritone of the Metropolitan derful to bring back old memories, I t 4 .,10'.....J'I I

soriville who were' 'accompaniedhere Opera, and the Ramat-Gan Orchestra to the people in America today, I . I j

by Mr. and Mrs.. Lamar coming from Israel and certainly would like to know '
on .
all I could about this service and i
Baughman and baby of Jack- i
its first American tour will ; :1
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sonville, and Mr. and Mrs.George round out the season. the cost to put a paragraph -'
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We Don't Do The ,
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Monroe, 'N. C. The membership campaignfor this weekly newspaper.a.a,There service is n. "...t..by i* ,: 11
the ,non-profit Civic Music submit an item, mer are eentrtbstlens .. I
paid fer. The ..1... merely fives .
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Mrs.
Andrew Zalewski and progress. Idtlmers a ehaaee t* recall end
Mrs. in I joining the associationat ....rlea-aa. read what ether ..4- -
John Jarosz Belle- persons
?1 were timers have t* say. Address: Old PRINTING f
view Monday. They were accompanied this time for the entire sea- Timer fez St. Fraahfert. KeaUehy.>)> Ir

there by Mrs. Kurow- son may attend the concerts. t I

,, 'ski, sister of Tony Krakowski. There will be no single tickets Florida's largest tourist volume "

sold for any of the performances. for 1961 was repeat visitors. But We Do Some of the Best ; !

/ 1 LIGHT RAINFALL The membership fee of $8.00 Sixty-four per cent of the tour- t, ,,..
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mil) coastal desert of Southwest all five programs, including The viously.

t Africa is a drizzle called mol- Sound of MusiC Membershipsmay

i f' treen,.or moth rain. Though it be obtained by contactingMr. '". I
is too slight to be measured inL and Mrs. Roy McNab, or by

a conventional _rain gauge.fllter- mailing a check for the numberof
paper tests indicate the fall memberships desired to the YOU ARE M1VUISLIND

may amount to about 1.8 inchesa Civic Music Association, P. O Dial ID 7-3282

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: uKeaoi9I; 1 were in the: plays., I raine Wyndham' profitable proJ- regular classroom teacher re- parents decided to send her to

ects; Mary Brown. and :Mary turns. visit one of her relatives, Joe

;' School Aleut* Grade 10-The, Sophomoreclass Pache, clinic for new officers. This procedure operates on a Davis, who lived in Virginia.

4.., had a class meeting October During the, free time period, regular schedule which enables While she was there, she metJoe's

! EDUCATION TV STATIONS 31 to elect a candidate 3:30 to 7:00, the group toured Mrs. Garriss to visit each class brother Jeff, and before

i TO BEGIN' ADULT READING from the Senior Class for Home-, the town. .about once a week. She and the long, she realized that she was t

f AND WRITING PROGRAMS coming ,King and Queen.' Those At 7 o'clock the banquet start i administrative staff 'feel that in love with him, and. also that ,
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i r ; Florida educational television selected were Dean Peterson and I ed and ,proved to be a lovely the overall Spanish program>> he was in love with her.

:. I stations will begin a video tape Sandy Gumble. I I afair. Eveyone dressed in semi- I I I has been aided as she"has an 'I They were soon married and

f'- series to teach illiterate adults Mary Pache, reporter.. formals. The Baker's Dozen presented opportunity (to work with indi then they moved to Jeffs plan- .

t how ot read and write. The series I a wonderful musical for I vidual classes and gear her pro- tation. ;

:' will consist of 100 broadcasts Grade 7A-On .October 31 the! entertainment. Dr. J. B. White, gram to the various grade levels. The rest of the book tells of !{

. A, section of the seventh grade i Dean, College of Education, Uni : Interest has improved and the their life together, his life in

' WDBO-TV (Channel 6) will had a meeting in the lunch versity of Florida, showed color : students participate more readily I politics and finally his electionas i

:v.-.' carry this series as a public room to elect a float committee. slides and gave a very interesting than before. II I President of the Confederacy t:

service each Tuesday and Thurs- Those on the committee are: and educational talk on We at Bunnell High School Library Assistant, '

day from 7 to 7:30 a. m., be- Wesley Thomas, 'Tom: Duncan, Thailand, where he lived for a continue to strive for enrichmentin Sue Cobb. 1.
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ginning March 5, 1963. Scott Wilder, Lee Bourne, Mary year. our foreign language program

The program is being sponsored lyn Mitchum, Linda Knight, Jo The Orange Park PTA presented and feel that improvement is be. !

by the Adult Education Di- Anne Wilson, Darrell Britt, Mike an amusing play entitled ing made. DEATH VALLEY IS HOT It 1 i

vision of. the State Departmentof Missinne, arid Peggy. Missine. I "The Search ,for Wildcast' Mac- Death Valley in California t

.Edu ation. Further details Wesley Thomas, reporter. Gillicuddy," The banquet was still holds the record for

will be forthcoming about this I II held in the ball room which was THE BOOK NOOKTHE highest temperature officially the f t i

series of educational I decorated with stars, satellites,
programs. FTA-The Future Teachers of SCARLET LETTER recorded: in the United States., It
I spaceships, and other celestial
I America held'their 11th annual'! bodies. By Nathaniel Hawthorne On July 10, 1913, the mercury t f
Grade 7A The A section of convention November 2nd and I A tale of the workings of conscience climbed to 134 degrees. i.
4 The theme for the convention
seventh grade held a float com- 3rd (Friday and Saturday) in I in early colonial Bostonin !
"These Wonderful
was Years"The'dinner
mittee meeting 'on November 5. Clearwater, Florida. Those all its Puritan splendor. RCA VICTOR
was served in candle- .
Those present were: Peggy Mis- tending from Bunnell were: at-I II
light and'was a most delightful Hester Prynn has a fatherless LIVING COLOR TV
sinne Thomas .
DuncanVesley Murray, advisor; Mary
occasion. child, Pearl, and is condemnedto "LOOK FOR TOE PICTURE
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Thomas, Marylyn Mitchum, Linda president; Mary Pache: ,reporter; I morning wear a Scarlet Letter on her IN TUB WINDOW
Bell, Linda Knight, Linda Sunday everyone Southern Radio & Television
Lorraine historian
Wyndham, ; dress of her
as a symbol guilt.
voted for he officers. 1
state Afterwards
226 E Granada- Ph. OR 7-2001
McNab Eleanor Shill Jo Anne
and Nell Johnston. They stayed session Who is the father and whydoesn't ORMOND
; a general was .
Wilson. Everyone .on the boat in the Jack Tar Hotel overlooking
held "Douglas ..Kiker chief of. he step forth to redeem ,
committee will ride on. the float j "Gulf "
? ; the of Mexico. '
divisions her from the disgust and contempt
the of .Public Informa- FREE PAINT
The girls will: wear and '
green I They left Bunnell' Friday of the
tion the Peace townspeople? .
spoke on
Corps.
: white. :fBoth, boys and girls will I I morning .at 6 o'clock.by express At the luncheon :6n Saturday, These questions and how Hester One extra gallon Of your choice

have large-Ibilypops.Wesley I and arrived in Clearwater at Thomas. Bailey; :'State, Superintendent and Pearl, who becomes very with each eralloi you buy
i Thomas, reporter.New ;
10:15 a. m. rich at a very young age, live
I of
/ i Public Instruction, Mary Carter Paint ,Store
: !I| After registering, they went to talked on the state teaching and what various characters in
Student-Mary Ann,.Seat fithe Grand'Ball ,Room where a the story do and their reactions Also Westxato aoopns Outer
situation. After his. talk Miss .
, .has enrolled in Bunnell .
, graves ,general discussion, period was Agnes Johnson field form a flowing tale of mystery I I '.
School representa . . :2
in 11-B. She
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High grade .
: VN
being held. All delegates 'running tive, installed the new state officers and very human emotions and : -..
: ,moved ,to Bunnell from Detroit, I for office gave their campaign .- reactions.A F. ALFORDRegistered
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Michigan. I ? speeches at this time. after the luncheonthe group book recommended for all

Lunch was in the Hibiscus left for Bunnell. They arrived interested in a story of people. Real Estate BrokerBunnell

Grade 4B-Mrs. Townsend's Room at 12:30.'A panel of four home tired ,but happy after awonderful Wonderfully written and easily

.. fourth grade class had two .HaJ- top teachers and.,experts in their' ; %weekend..', read and often referred to as the Florida

loweeri plays on October's!* The ,field gave speeches .after the Mary ,Pache reporter. masterpiece of Hawthorne.By .

two plays, were: "Soap ,or Not luncheon. The speeches were : < Sandy Gumble. .

..1.to Soap" and "A ,Quiet -Hallo- very inspiring and )everyone ' I I PETERsoN TEXACO
,ween." 'A :dialogue was: also asked .questions' afterwards.At Grade 8A The A ,section of BRIDE OF FORTUNE SERVICE
, } eighth,.grade ,voted'on the theme A 'Hame T. Kane J I
given and was entitled, -'Boys 2:30: 'everyone attended different Biography by
; and Girls''%: f' Halloween:* All clinics. Nell Johnston, : for their float on November 5. This ,story takes place fir the ROAD SERVICE

: ni:1eteen inem1ierJ. ofithe class money-making. : projects; Lor- i The committee .Has. bought the year before the War Between''the Light Mechanical Work I
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i Phone
i __,. ._" "h max. ". '_ __ I materials necessaryforthe' float. States, and years directly after : 437-3441 j' Bunnell
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< ACROSS 'Fe,. ,Answer!' To, Puzzle- *No. 727 it soon. A who later became '!'the 1 '
46 eIered l : Johnnie Ruth ORMOND PRESCRIPTION
Miller
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: SC&.dS reporter.. wife of Jefferson Davis.
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' 1.Deglade Li7 ADS r HELP i AI , , ,, I I PHARMACY :
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47 Lectures A'R G U EASE- A 7' ; +r:,' I : Varina was raised in New Or-
: 6 Measure,of '51.Jewish, >( Grade Sick Room Supplfes-Sunddes
P R d C R A 8 .i I N A T IIOIN'1 I. : 12-The Senior Class leans. Her father and 'mother, -
: ,:- weight quarter ( -
.; I 0 R T t T i. S H UNIIeI mfet-.ori October -31 to ,discusstheir HOSPITAL SUPPLIES
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10 PuUe4. 53 Roman road ; had a mansion and slaves, but
si' ,
., 15 H,'Cipher Uncommon(pl.) ,54 Perennial Ir R A.Ie: -;.Y 'ss:PAS n E I S'!r"fry 'I' *; Senior. :Class-, trip; Mr.I.still they were not rich. Free 24-Hour Delivery Prescription in Flagler Service Beach i

16 Ireland 55"herb'C Lively tune TN I U R Ni s N E E T N O f Sijnms from ?"V Y6ody Simm'sTouririg I When she was seventeen., her Rt. AlA 1 ml. North of
; I' 17,Indian 56 More R) 0 S y e E 'A T S. E T N 7 I gency"spOke to them I II ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-Ufl J
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,: tribes pleasant QQD: 'f'A tie A G I about the r't9N.: au,.which I P"I
i 10 18 Stays Mail '59'Rim 58.spln'e. i'i' i.nnn' .ODD i ig.favored t>y' the Seniors.I I Ttt ls 'pt.ANErt ' PAL PARKER'S. INC.
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X20 Soak flax 60 State : : v- Carol ,HoskinsVTeporter.. gPpgARS Automotive Specialty Centex
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I 21 Dam 61 As long as .: ." r u... I H ITE J BRAKE RELINED $1SJO
LEER BIER I R E N E
: 22 Avers 62 Close . ', .. PART AND LABORFORDCHEVROLETPImONTH
(-SEA seA N Ie: R 0 S EIS1
i 24 Ingredient 63 Ancient Grade 7BTne VBseqtton of .
: 26 Ventilates Instrument. ; OTHERS, 919.93 '
seventh is 'the r
grade
i 27 Worthless 64 Desert 12 Gaelic 42 Young in- process 540 :Mason Ave. Daytona
.., scrap gardens 13 Dampens salmon of.making . a.float, for ,homecoming
!' 28 Generate 18 Departed 44 Wanner ;". They are building it at
30 Myself ; DOWN, ;' 2lNothinC'but. 45 Malt drink j
I KathyAnderson's house. Those
.I 32 Cognizant '23 Bound 46 Belgium. THE OUTBOARDER
35 Avarice Blue 25 Additional coin on' the committee are: Kathy I!
'i 36 Arcadian Climbing 28 Mark.with 47 Metric Anderson,' Robert Rouse, Sylvia AOK I Authorized Evinrude Dealer ,
woodland
\ i pepper hot iron measure. ovER TNEREI BOATS ACCESSORIES REP..I.DtSlJoCkage '
Grogg, Ginger Newell Mike
spirit 3 Mountain 29 Lamprey 48 Uncloses ,
37 Get up crest rO Market 49 Female I Brass:! and Julie Brown. Storage Free RatQp
38 Closes 4 Distress 31 Grafted: relative Julie Brown ) WE FINANCE
reporter.
tightly '
signal her 'dry; 50 Bargains 825 \
: 39 Male deer 5 Plural 32 God of war 51 Narrow I Balloueh RdDaytonaCommunity
40 Worm ending 33 :age valley 'Grade SB-Various meetings
I 41 Intends 6 Concede i.4 Onazcr 52 Secrete I .
1 12 Adhesive 7-A foray.35 T'-tta 53 Froster I have taken place;? in ;the last few
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43 Compass 8 Craft wheel 57 Clingl&g days to decide on the theme of A NEWSPAPER FULL
I _' point 9 Comtnqn136 Dance step plant the 8B .
y I Homecoming float
: 44 Listened cations 38 In season 58 Narrow They OF ,p RGp,1NS..THISpt.ANET
to 10 Go 3: Molest inlet i finally got a trailer and started 1 e oVANd I Memorial ChurchIaterdeaomtnatlonal

45 Prohibit 11 Affrays 41 Animal flesh 61 Like I to work on the float today. On ,

/---r n I :the committee are: Catherine AIR CONDITIONED
: 1 2 3 1
.Stanish, Tillman Robinson, Shir- Daytona Ave. '
; 1,6 110 .
Ii 115 IcY Townsend, Dale Abbott, and j' t7 G FLAGLER BEACH

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Arthur Ford.

1,-. : -t-;tI : ; = [ :: 19: : = = Dale: Abbott reporter. Sunday Church Service'School 10:00 11:00 A.A.M.JL.

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I ? Spanish Program Expanded-The R. W. DICKERT. Paator

IU- :::W; 10 study of Spanish at Bunnell EVERYONE WEIX7OMB
t : ., .. School in third .
High begins the 3 3UagUr QJribimrBUOTVEll -
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m i grade continues through
1ft' 3S grade six. Those students take I FLORIDA i'
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Spanish through the medium of I,!
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37 3e =-39 I Educational Television. Duringthe MRS. :M.B. FULLER. Editor ALL MAKES
telecast they are supervisedby I I
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I 42 Agent For
: : their, regular classroom Designated Official Publication I I

u 1I 4s teacher. ,. tor Public Notices of Flakier RCA & PHILCO
Since October 10, the ele- County, Municipalities t.eft"aDd
: .a G sosl mentary Spanish program at tae State of Florida TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD

. 52 ; ts.a Bunnell High School .has beenexpanded AND INSTALLED
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,' . and enriched. Mrs. Entered aa second class matter I

' = -cc. ..:.;:;.;..... .c": ::: Sac. Janice Garriss the regular high February C. 1913 at the poatofflce TUBES TESTED FREE
::=* -::::" school Spanish teacher, now
'
. at Bunnell. Florida under act of I I
: 3r ---j-----6) visits each individual classroomand March 3. 1876 TV Bob

t't'i i works with the students in
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63 .
: I t pronoundation and. usage. After One year _, .$2.50 I I FLAGLER BEACH

.., '. this she accompanies them to .. .,...
r Six months y -11.35 PHONE HE 92204r
,: :S. :- PUZZLE NO. 728 the TV lesson, after which their \ . I Is' I


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[ Thursday, Noyember; :8,1962) THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLORIDA PAGE. SEVEN
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q c is limited. The one most gener- pliJqu@EJE Iwwr To ;VGe

ally grown,, is the Bermuda or NEWSPAPER AoSAYfl4& t
(By Hervey Sharpe)
of Lilium'longiflorum. -
Easter lily type Yout4G ;
An Easter lily is like a, debutante This plant has a rangeof @ : 0 MAN WANTER:. !
The young lady desiresto bloom from December through :
get attention wherever r she June. I f i

goes, while the lily is an "at Another variety, Lilium phil- Many people, especially '
tendon" getter" wherever it lippinese, flowers in August and young couples, after pur- '
grows. I .chasing a house find that '
September. By making a suc-
Having a young maiden standin the matter of, furnishings r
cession of plantings, gladiolus
the is beyond their immediate
garden to gain attention
flowers can be grown in your ,
may have a few drawbacks. So, means. This often cans
garden every month in the year. for improvisions and do-it-
it may be more practical to c7 ::1
Narcissus plantings can be yourself projects, refinish- :
plant lilies in. the andlet
garden made from now until the mid ing old pieces of furniture .
the young lady seek her goal dle of December. The flowersare (often very beautiful), and !
elsewhere.Soil .. generally adding to the -
quite frequently called. "daffodils" I sAY THIS tS
type is no problem, because house decor over a long
the tall-stemmed garden or "Jonquils. The two. period of time.If POST SERVICE J if ; .
species most commonly grownin by chance, the husband -
beauties well in ,
clay
grow Florida are the large trumpet is handy with tools a
sand, marl muck soils. How-
j or varieties and the paper white built-in buffet; as pictured
ever, they require moist but narcissus. here, may help with the
well drained soiL They will not dint g. room Jureisliin&s.
thrive in soils where their "feet"are These bulbs do best in well- This type of:.buffet can be cspeidalljattractive tions and can be put op.easily. ... .
; kept wet. drained soil of medium fertil cow that there In fact, an experienced,carpen ... .
areJl1 asy types of paneling available ter, can construct this. type of
Plant your bulbs at weekly ity. Set the bulbs 6 to 8 Inches
t ; tljai look Mke expensive buffet rather inexpensively. Draw
1, intervals until: well into Novem, deep and space them at vari wood panel, that comes In lec your own plans, to fit your needs.
J i ber.. This insures a longer flowering ous intervals, depending in
. period and adds to the your garden arrangement. Before
I chances that one of the plantings planting apply 1% pounds Subscribe; to The Flagler Tribune, $2.50 Yearly in Advance ..
J will be at its peak at of 4-12-12 fertilizer per 100 ).i,
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Easter tim square feet of bed area. Top
Set the bulbs in 3-foot rows. dress with additional fertilizer
, Space them 6 to 12 inches apartin during the growing season when WEATHER BULLETIN !

the drill, covering them about plants show signs of needing '"of
..
6 inches deep. plant food.
The amount of fertilizer for I I Dr. E. W. McElwee; ornament
'Easter lilies depends on your 1 I al horticulturist at 'the University .

soil type. Lilies grow well in of Florida, says the bulbs
I
muck land with applications of !should be dug and stored at
800 to '1,000 pounds of 0.8-12'' least every third year. You'll
(NPK) fertilizer per acre. On get better flower production if
sandy soils, from 1,500 to 2,000 you dig and store bulbs every. d A
pounds of 5.7.5 fertilizer may year, he adds.
be needed. J Calla lily rhizomes can be
Apply about half of the fertilizer planted at any time of the year.
F prior to planting. Add However, the rhizomes are
b
the remainder as 2 or 3 top usually available from nursery- ::
,
dressings during the growing men only in the fall. If you decide ' -. :

season. :I to add Calla lilies to your

Since mosaic disease is.a very I garden, select a spot that is
serious problem in lily produc- high in organic matter and fairly -
t tion, be'sure the bulbs you plant moist. Set the rhizomes 4
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are from disease-free planting inches? deep and a foot ,apart. A t'.f !

stock. I.Fertilize,, the plants with 1# ii.
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The number of species of ,the.!pounds of 47.5 fertilizer per 100 t!.: true. lily which: can be .grown],!.square.. feet of bed area. ;;:; Y rya yya : :r nb''t 'yc l.>A :,4.t ;
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k new members, beginning Monday, I Y 9a

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t. will be ., 11 E LEE r !!!Il CONTROLS!

/ County approached during I ee= IJ .lIiiiIJ IFi1)) Just DIAL your comfort!

- this drive for members in the newly OIL- 1- HOME- HEATER- Push stop the a button FLOORSWEEP_ start or!

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now_gives you amazing J

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r.c... _'. The golden louvers in the floor heat outlet are motor driven to

rotate back and larih sweeping.the heat over the floor. Allnew

:s: FLAGLER COUNTY in performance, styling and exciting coka$ this new SIEGLER ,

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r' . PAGEEIGHT. THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, :1 LORIDA _Thursday, November, 1962

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f,,' MOODY FAMILY (I Ii Mrs. :Mildred Fowler of Way- a package tax on cigarettes sold JERICHO MOST ANCIENT CRY CIRRUS CLOUDS VERY HIGH

,J'- I It cross. within the corporate, limits of 'I'
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Delicate
ANNU'AL Jericho wispy cirrus cloudsare
conquered by Joshuain
EIGHTH From Jacksonville were: Mr. the municipalities, but collected
ice
:' I and Mrs. R. L. Dixon, Mrs. Fred and returned to them by the the Bible, is the most ancient I crystals floating from
REUNION SUNDAY: four to seven miles above earth.
. j Morehouse, Nancy, Martha and State' Beverage Department. walled town in the world. Built
I Because of the
Continued From Page 1 I great altitude,
Dean Morehouse, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. I about 8,000 years ago, some of cirrus clouds often birliantly re.
Ireland
Mrs. Ruth ,
l; Stewart Collins and daughter, SHRINE CLUB the oldest j
parts have been un fleet red and yellow hues before
rr<, Tom Dent, Mr. +and Mrs. John Quinton Deen, Louise Steadman,
f' Upchurch, Bonnie Upchurch, Mr. I Mrs. Lula Kimberly, Cecil Kimberly MEETS TONIGHT covered in recent excavations. sunrise and after sunset.

and Mrs. Clyde Upchurch, | I __ __
_. Ran-I I and Erma Kimberly. 1 I The Flagler County Shrine _
t dy, Leona, Connie, and
:. From Flagler Beach: Mr. and Club will meet tonight at the i I
r, Tabor, and Louis, Deen. Mrs. George Moody, Sr., Mr. and Bunnell Civic Center for a din- FOR

;r ) From ,Baxley, Georgia were: Mrs. George M. Moody, Mr. and ner meeting and Ladies Night.' I PROTECTION AGAINST EXPENSES OF
i:' Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Deen, and Mrs. Leonard Moody, Eula Lee I i Representatives from AninialI -

r: Connie, Deen. Moody, Miles Moody, Bebe*I I land will present a special program I CANCER
:- From Lake City were: Mr. and Moody, Mr. and Mrs. Judson ( at the meeting. ,
Mrs. !.1:. Moody and Nancy Stryker, Jr., Herbert Patterson,. : AND OTHER DREAD DISEASES --

":: ,, .1 1tt - : Gary Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Wor i
'I' -4- Cows graze peacefully on H. T. COOK AGENCY ,
,' rell Durrance and William '
Mrs. Horace ,
{ FromTampa, I South Uist, Scotland's rocky. Phone ID 7-3361 Bunnell Florida ";
: Locke, David Locke, Gladys Vaughan of Washington, D. C.,
range. Before a rocket is fired,
Starky, and Charles Able. who is visiting here.
1 they are herded to safer pastures.
:
,,:' Mr ,and Mrs.John Henry Mercer I Those registering from Bunnell I II
c.Q of Daytona Beach and ,Mr.I were: Mr. and Mrs. Walter -

r and Mrs. Julian Horton of New Knight, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy 24 HourWrecker III

; :.. Smyrna Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Durrance, Rebecca and Leona h i-Y5 Service
t'? Adolph Deen ,of Ocala; Mr. and Ann Durrance, :Rev. and Mrs.t, I
i"' Mrs. Terrell Dowdy of High William L. Spicer, Jr., Billy, Nat Lu

;:,, Springs; Mrs. Sue Howell and Tim, Rocky, and Donna Spicer, t[ .--J ......... ITS2St : Flagler Truck Tractor Co J
1 I'Mr. and Mrs. D. D.' Moody, Mr .

and Mrs. Robert ,Moody, Karen I 0I KNoCMr'G. MASSEY FERGUSON
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I CLASSIFIEDADS ) Moody, Kathy West, Mary Ketus I Grove Farm Industrial Equipment Tj f
I I Holland, Mr., and Mrs. A., A. I II

Wells, Mr. and Mrs. F, H. How.-1 I VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 \1
r ell, Jennie Black, Marie Kane, Owner Bunnell, Florida I '
and Mr. ; LUtlnjc under tidal ,heading areS I i I I
3' cent per word each Insertion,
' 75 cent minimum. charge t-
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< J FOR SALE-Good wheelchair.Call CIGARETTE TAX

ID 73358. Nov. 8-tp RECEIPTS REPORTEDThomas I I rme BEST IN CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.

FOR. SALE-8X32 Glider Trailer E. Lee director of the TH6NEWSPAPER
I 1 I H. CRAIG Funeral Director
sleeps ;6, priced reasonable.See State ,
Beverage Dept., reports
I JOHN HARDIN Associate
George :Moody, Sr., Flaglerr that the following amounts,from i ADS...

Beach. cigarette taxes has been sent Am LADY OXYGEN
,
FOR SALE-In Flagler Beach, to Flagler county municipalities. i I CONDITIONEDCHAPEL ,I I EQUIPPED

Fla.: Duplex,,' cement construction Beverly Beach, $80.26. ATTENDANT AMBULANCES

double 'garage with apartment Bunnell, 164566.
furnished, $9,000. Owner, Flagler Beach" $463.33. \ Phone ID 7-3532
'- Marineland, $41.60. :, I .
17-6th Street. Nov. 8-itpI 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
The funds,are from the 5-cents '-" ..:...:. .
t A WATKINS .ROUTE-in this f _::-. :." ." ,F
area is open for semiretiredman

or lady. Many semi.retired _. .. ,
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people are earning $50.00'to $100 ., ', -: "",r.There's a lot underneath the beauty of the '63 ,_ 'I

per week depending on time devoted ;;. Comfort, silence and, ?.Chevrolet. Its roomy, comfortable Body by ,- ,.

to the business. Maybeyou Fisher screens out noise and shock. There's ..

. can qualify For personal luxury to challenge instant response in a choice of ,6- or S-cylirkter ;'__
". interview in, your ,area, write\J. I any engines, a host of refinements to make 'it; run '

j H. McGarity. Williston. Florida.. and look like new longer, ,and plenty more l
Nov. 81522.294tc car from anywhere that make it hard to believe it's a low-priced The make more people ,
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{. ATTENTION: Ladies' In Bunnell car. But your Chevrolet dealer can prove it! depend on H",, ,:

:, and surrounding areas; who are
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:.,' interested in full or 'part timeempl6yment. '.
For complete Information if.
: write, Mrs. C. Crosby, '

I'. Route 2, Box 179, Starke, Fla.. bx: c "
Nov. 1.8.15.3tpREFINISHINGFurniture
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refinished "
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:iI and repaired. Experienced ; -. -'
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4392007. 10-11-tf
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" WANTED-Bulk (L.P. Gas) cus- 'y IBA :.t,

tomers. Call Harris Appliance & .1. ,
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Gas. ID 7-3367, Bunnell, Florida. ..,, wxs. i :
Aug -tfc ::.>.
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t EXPERT REPAIR SERVICEOn "

TV, Radios, Hi-Fi, Sewing lr .S_ ,. 4
t; Machines, Vacuum Cleaners and
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all small appliances All work
." guaranteed. Ormond Hardware,'
;.. 5nv.. Granada next Eleven

p 4 Ormond Beach, Fla. Phone 677-
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(, J 4414. May 17-tfc
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" ., rOB SALE-L.P., Bulk Gas. We ':

will fill your tank or we will .
furnish you with a, tank. Call
Harris Appliance & Gas. Co. at

ID 7.3367, Bunnell, Florida.
.. Aug. 30-tfc

SEPTIC TANK-cleaning ,seasonable

rates. George Jarosz, phone :.
I'a.' ID 7-3410 5-17-U-17-paid
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'AV' Ocean front housekeeping apartments

V . 1 and 2 bedrooms compete -
"c with linens and all utilities

Sun deck, fishing swimming,I -,
loafing. Day, week or month.

1- SunSea Manor,. .Flagler' Beach. g DI

" .. HE 9.2082 7.6tfJOHNSTON'S ,

196S Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan shares its carefree Jcl-smoolhnets with the new Bel Airs and Biscayne
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\= FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO.J Ask about "Go with the Greats a special record album of top artists and hits and see four entirely

't:;' LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, ,' different kinds of cars at your Chevrolet dealer's. -'63 Chevrolet, Chevy 11, Corvair and Corvette, :
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'rJ'Y.'' ..' See uS for your ACREAGE real estate needs.. :(t>, HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY
; Office Phone HE 9-2242
Residence Phones ID 7-3691

or ID 7-3517 I.I.i. l TELEPHONE x ID 7-3131 BUNNELL FLORIDA .

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