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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 22, 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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Education Cost.i i HOME FOR THANKSGIVING Legion To HaveA Chest X-Ray .1



Rise in State Less 1. DIdNER'S ALMOST ' ve 1wIEaE:Tw MYIKRwfwa rc -=- Community Survey Here

Than. National ooMES peowtMM Christmas Tree
S /4AY[ T1IRKEY I Begins19
SHELLS, !1N NAM,NOT
Norl wit gKNncwyTr
Public education cost Floridians pier CI Naot lu In a spirit of revival under the. Two chest x-ray units de: .
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$494,100,000 fiscal fa T a uC p tESSING. ; of Mrs. Cora Buckles
$ during the leadership signed to find not only tuber-

year 1961 up 7 per cent over" sMa.uwlr uw N iEMOM pIIMPKIN i, first vice commander of Flagler culosis but also lung cancer
lYsieoa
the previous,year compared with I TIRfQYI TO aQ PIE W1TI1 ; Post 115 The American Legion and other lung diseases will begin t

a national gain of 10 per cent, wC CREAM, LETS Do a community wide Christmastree work in Flagler County December -
FRUT CWCt A uYTI -
the Florida State Chamber of I I TWSaa AHo- LOTS N_N71NORCOFiEE and program will be heldon 19, and will continue i
Commerce reports. I 3s M'( / TER Saturday evening December through December 22nd. .
II
1 I DIET14 MILK) NIDAD o1NNER,
22nd.
"This total included all monies ft LaoNl Youkt Ybu uN This will be the first chest x- ;<

. spent 'for public universities, 6au T, MY u KAI This civic enterprise is being ray survey conducted in Flagler
junior colleges and local schools ;: revived after a lapse of several county since 1959., This service t
sds BARRE1 DowM 6Yw
..f': J by .state' and local governments r xe_.i TNC K years, and it is anticipated the I will be provided by the Flagler" : I i
aJ4i public will appreciate the effortin
. together. It also included those .... Nye County Health Department and
it federal funds expended ,in FlorIda i Christmas season entertain the Florida State Board of.
ment for kids and as
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.. under school lunch .and vo- grownups Health. .
.. cational education programs well.Mrs. The chest x-rays are free to

r:' and in impacted areas. ** wEr Buckles, presiding at the every adult 18 years of age and
a1lx Ncac! Monday evening, meeting also I over. The x-ray units will be '

; "On 'a per capita basis ,this I announced ,that.a Family Night scheduled in all areas of the f
$95 for Florid- }
p amounts to every
in
and Christmas Supper for mem- county an effort to reach
*r ian, up 3 per cent from 1960. bers and families of the Legion every adult to find any unknown

f.; The national,average was $112 I L. I will _be held Monday, December cases of tuberculosis.The .
a gain of 8, per cent. In spite ..
17th at which time gifts will schedules will be distributed -
t' of Florida's gain last year, 34 I' be exchanged. In the near future Dr, J.R.
,.
; states had Ed Ward Passes 0. E. S. Memorial tl
a higher per capita Through cooperation of the Sayers, director of the Flagler

expenditure for public education city commission the Legion County Health Dept. said today.: ;
r than, did Florida. Away Saturday Service Set For will place in the civic center
, Out of the total, state universities t I
., building a cracker and peanut I CHRISTMAS
In Gainesville AfternoonThe '
and junior colleges re- Sunday machine. '
ceived $69 00,000 last year again I I GREETING -' ."- :
R of 16 per cent. Expenditures 'Eddie Gene Ward 3004 N. E. Bunnell Chapter 93, Orderof The post members also agreed /ADVERTISING I 'f
E 12th St., Gainesville, Florida : the Eastern Star will hold to cooperate with the Flagler
for and I I
: public elementary The business community
.'*., passed away Saturday afternoonat its ,annual Memorial Service at Business and Professional Wom- I
I high schools came to $412,00,000, advised that The Tribune will
_.. the J. Hillis Miller Health 13 o'clock Sunday, afternoon, en's Club to place at the city .
6 cent compared I with
up per < a publish its Christmas edition
on
Center In Gainesville followingan Worthy Matron Wanda Mercer limits'suitable signs of all civic
r ,: national gain of 10 per cent. Thursday, December 20, and
illness He said The memorial and fraternal of
k of a year. wasa today. service organizations
;' Support.of'schools for the handicapped . deadlines for advertising for
former sales representative of is' held for members of the Bunnell. These to be groupedas .
a. and other special training that issue is:
Stanback Co. chapter who have passed away is seen in other communities.
f. amounted_ to $12,300.000. year. :Christmas Greeting Advertis
the
during
1- "Expenditures for new buildings \I Mr. Ward, was born in Adel, ing deadline is by noon on Friday

and equipment atuniversl-, Ga., and had lived in Gainesville : Mrs. Mercer said the service , December "7th. All: other. ,

i ties: and colleges ,accounted,for j for: the past177 years. He [will be,.open and the public! ,Isilted"io Daytofla A '!J! rTri- Office.' 'jr-oL"" *: ,* advertising: .lor-that: 3ssue-must..""":' .- ._,. : t
...- %$16j500,00ff)( ,'CfiptS:per.tJ and gra uate< m Gainesville HigJT I' Mt n l0r wm' Ije ,a 1. l .LJ :s' ; be'in the Tribune office by'Tuesday E
'
r-; $68,300,000!'was":spent :for new. School and attended the University the 'Masonic''Temple': n1 South SocialSeciirityWarning:: noon,' December. t

i elementary and (high schools a of Florida. He was .la. I Bay StMrs. Then Tribune, has a big line of J -"., .I

drop of 14 per cent from the member:: of.the sine Grove Baptist "Mercer said the official Public Christmas Greeting' advertisingwith

' previous year. 'These amounts Church and;the Loyal Orderof visit of the Deputy Grand Ma- Mell D. Eadie! social security appropriate Illustrations t

for capital outlay are includedin Moose. He was 27 years of tron to the local chapter will district manager in Daytona and sentiment for your selection.

the ver.-all total., age. be Tuesday, November 27, at the Beach today warned the publicto Come in any day before dead '

r "Interest, on. debt costs of retirement I Funeral services were held at Masonic Temple. All members be wary of. advertisements line to'select yours, or call us
programs and costs of 11.o'clock Tuesday morning from I'I'I 'I and visiting' members are In- promoting the sale of books that ID 7.3282 and -we will send a

agricultural experiment stations I Jones-Johnson. Chapel. Officiating vited to' attend this meeting. I promise (to. tell,how to "get a- representative to assist you in -

ait universities are not included were Rev. W. E. Kircher round"".certain provisions in the your selection.

; in these tabulations." I pastor of the Wesley Community social .security law. .
.r ,
'r- ._Methodist Church and Rev. Her; Seniors Plan 1 Some of these advertising materials Father of Coach

FIRST METHODIST man Duke, pastor of the Urn.barger I Eadie noted say that i .M I

Memorial Advent Chris- Class , books offered for sale at $1.95,
CHURCH'NEWS Trip I Manuel Passed )
tan Church. Interment followedin $2.99 $3.99 and sometimes $5.00

Sunday"school, 10 a.m.. Morn- Hillcrest Memorial Park. To will also show "How to get twice .",
Nassau Last Week
ing worship 11 a.m.; MYF at He is' survived by his wife as much social security," or Away f

6 o'clock Sunday evening. Choir :Mrs. Claudia Watson Ward' of The Senior Class of Bunnell. even, "How you can get social George P. Manuel of New-

practice, 5 o'clock Wednesday Gainesville; ,one son Jonathan High School voted Tuesday evening security for doing absolutely berry father of Coach G. R. (Bo)

afternoon. Bradley Ward, Gainesville; his for ,a class trip to Nassau. nothing." Manuel: of Bunnell, passed away

The Methodist Men's fellow- parents, Mr.and Mrs. J. B.. Ward They will make the trip during November 10 in the J. Hillis;Mil-
ship,supper will be at 7:30 p.m. Gainesville; one brother William:,next May.. I "Actually Eadie said! "these ler Health Center in Gainesvilleafter

Wednesday evening November Ward Sr., Gainesville; two sisters j I Plans were made at a meet books cannot tell the reader a short illness. He was 65

28th.Stetson. Mrs. Carol Sue Green ing Tuesday evening of seniors anything basic about the social years of age.

I Gainesville and Mrs. Linda senior's parents the class sponsor I security law that he would not Funeral services were held at
find in the free booklets and
Yawn of Greenville Ala. Also and several teachers. the Chapel of Williams-Thomas
University leaflets available at the Daytona
surviving are grandmother, Funeral Home in Gainesvilleon
With Mrs: I. D., Dykes, Alma, Ga., and. Beach "Social Security District November 11 at 2:30.: Interment

Cooperates his grandfather, D. P. Ward of Band Parents'Activities I Office. followed at the family lots

Other Micanopy, Florida. In fact if advice! contained in in the Newberry Cemetery.He I
. 'Colleges I some of the books were followedit is survived by his wife of '

Four Florida private colleges- THE CONESTOGA WAGON For might result in extensive in Newberry; two sons, G. R. Manuel j'

Stetson University, Rollins, Florida The Conestoga wagon Which vestigation by this office and Bunnell; and Kenneth Manuel I
t
i Southern, and .Florida, Presbyterian carried, freight in the East and December ListedThe thus! delay social security pay of Winter Haven. Also surviving !

-have begun to coordinate pioneers in the West, was named Bunnell Band Parents are ments rather than expedite their are three grandsons. i I
,their efforts in for the place where it was first I
several sponsoring a Fish Fry for December issuance. Further, followingsome II
fields of mutual interest, accordIng made in Pennsylvania. Heavy, 2nd on the stockade of the advice might place ARTHUR CARLE IN -.. I

to Stetson Dean W. Hugh slow, ,and exceedingly' strong, grounds. They will begin sewing the individual in a worse, rather .!
PRE-FLIGHT SCHOOL
McEniry. .Jr., chairman of thegroup's the Conestoga was drawn by at 12 o'clock, continuing than a better' financial position."If I

,steering committee. I four or six horses and could through 3 o'clock. The public is a resident of the Flaglerarea Naval Aviation Cadet ArthurL.

McEniry said subcommittees carry five tons. invited to patronize this project has any question about his Carle, son. of Mr. and Mrs.

are, at work 'on bringing distinguished The Band Parents are also social security benefits," the so- Ray G. Carle, is attend the'Naval

authorities and art I sense than was previously pos sponsoring a candy sale and will dal security district manager Pre-Flight School at the Naval

ists to Florida for special ob- sible" McEnlry said. "We feel run the consession at the gym said, "I suggest he come in and 1 Air Station in Pensacola.The .

servances 'and to supplement' in I efficient methods of cooperationcan during ,the basketball games. talk to someone in our office. 16-week course prepares

struction in foreign affairs, religion be found to ,implement the Tentative plans also call for We may not be able !to tell you I flight students for basic flight

and
Other committees are explor- cultural interests which our game. year while collecting social ground. High point of the initial

ing such areas for cooperationas campuses ,share." Plans are also underway for security (as the promoters of training is the solo flight made

,college,admissions, curricula, The institutions, calling"them the band to present a Christmas some sensationally advertised after a dozen flights of dual instruction -

library resources, and foreign selves the Associated Mid-Flor- Concert. The date and place will books suggest they can do). But .

study abroad.: ida Colleges, expect' to obtain be announced at a 'later date. the people in our office will be The ISmonth flight training

"Interstate, Highway Four has financial support from an educational Proceeds from these activities glad to give you full and real program leads to commission as '

made .out four colleges neighbors ': 'foundation for at 'leaSt will.be-used on.the>Band Cherry istic information tailored to your an ensign and designation. 'as" a

: '!n'a far more practical one of their projects "; Blossom Trip to Washington. particular situation.. naval aviator
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PAGE :TWO" -* . >* THE'' LAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL FLORIDA
,.rf Thursday Nov. 22, 1962 -

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1f' REFINISHING=Furniture refinished Subscribe The Flagler
J Tribune

/' CLASSIFIED and repaired. Experienced j S2.SO A Year In Advance
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; on antiques. Chairs: recaned. If f I
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Tel. 4392007. 10-11-tf
, ADS IN ENTU TilE .CIRCUIT COURT', SEV i

I AND FOR AGLER COUNTY
FLORIDA..
,, ' Ll tlnK under tkl fceadim acreS FOR SALE-L.P. Bulk Gas. We 4531. IN CUANCERY' N0.

I cent 9r word each Insertloa* will fill your tank or we will WALTER L. VANN
: : IwTrTIIBy 75 cento-la minimum eJaara'e. Plaintiff,
furnish you with a tank. Call YS 1
A WATKINS ROUTE in this area Harris Appliance & Gas. Co. aID t ELLEN VANN. '" r+'

,Leslie' Poche Is open for semi-retired man, or 7-3367, Bunnell, Florida. NOTICE j . OF t:>etendan SUIT t. '-t..

lady. Many semi-retired peopleare Aug. 3OUcEXPERT IN THE NAME OF THE STATE '
i OF FLORIDA
BULLDOGS BELT :
BUNNELL PUPPETS
/ earning $50.00 to $100.00 per TO: ELLEN VANN, i
CALLAHAN 19-6 WORKING OUT FOR 2258 Lincoln Park j
week depending on time devotedto West
Chicago
14. Illinois.
Eric Kuleski closed out his I SEASON'S OPENER the business. Maybe you can REPAIR SERVICEOn wlthuthe Clerk i S
thiiuiCourty
TV Radios Hi-Fi Sewing ,of our
,
,
I brilliant high school football qualify. For personal interviewin answer to the Bill of Complaint "-

playing days with,a 111 yards of Miss Sarita Bradley's champion your area, write J. H. ]'IcI Machines, Vacuum Cleaners and above filed herein entitled against you beforl :
cause ,
1 rushing, scoring the first: touch-' Bunnell Puppets had their season Garity, Willlstbn, Florida. all small appliances. All work the 1962,2nd and day of December.on or A.D. .

down of the game on a 3 yard tryouts Monday, November I Nov. 22.29 & Dec. 6-13 -4tc guaranteed. Ormond Hardware, on LEWIS serve F. LAW a copy plaintiffs thereof ,atl t f.
50 W. Granada next 7.E even torney herein whose
12. address
run around right end with his r 2501{ South Beach Is
1 FOR RENT Furnished 4 Ormond Beach Fla. Phone 677- Street Daytona
brother -room Beach. Florida; "The .
Kuleski
Harry throwing Flagler
The following girls made the :cottage, corner Orange and Lambert 4414. May .17-tfc bune" is hereby designated as Tri the
j a key block. Harry made the extra -
team:' :Margie Lee Blakely, I 1 near'school. Call ID 73206. I shall be publiahedhorice a this week order
point and the Bulldogs went tor
Brenda Tucker, Sherry Hargett, :Nov. 221tc'CABBAGE :\ four consecutive weeks. HEREIN
out in front of the Callahanf Ocean front housekeeping apart FAIL NOT OR A DECREE PRO
Judy Dunson and Carol Pache.The CONFESSO WILL BE ENTERED -
f Ramblers 70. Puppets have won: 23 and PLANTS -. for sale. ments, 1 and 2 bedrooms com AGAINST YOU FOR SUCH FUL-, r,

In the second quarter, Walter lost 3 games in two seasons. Large well rooted, dry weather pete with linens and all utilities The nature of this suit Is a bill.

Townsend kicked off. Mike Cook They have won their last 14 hardened. Will make you a regular Sun deck, fishing, swimming, for WITNESS divorce. my .hand and seal
at
; received the ball, faked it to games and the St. Johns Con stand, $1.35 per thousand loafing. Day, week or month. Bunnell.this 25th Flagler County. Florida
Doub and took off for Sun Sea Manor Beach. day of October, A. D. 1952. --
Farley a Flagler
ference championship under the delivered. Greenback, early (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
70 TD. The extra point was HE 9-2082 7-6tf As Clerk Circuit
yard Court. ,
I leadership of Miss Bradley the glory, marion market and Wis Flagler County Florida. )

lost with Callahan offside. past two consin globe. ,Count and quality By Julia R. Harvey, '
' years. '
In the third with Polk Deputy Clerk .
Quarter guaranteed.. Our phone is Nov. l16UUeIN

and the Kuleski brothers 'hauling The Puppets lost all confer- 985.3509, please use it freely, or JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER THE CIRCUIT COURT OF '

' ,the ball, Fullback Tommy ference Sheila Westbrook ,and contact our broker, Hastings BEACH REALTY CO. FLAGLER COUNTY -mDA-
IN
' Polk broke thru tackle for six I Grace Steflik. Also Linda Rev Planters, Hastings, Fla. Crescent. LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, JERRY CHANCERY ti DUBlNER N0., ;

yards and the 2nd TD. Abbowas : els. Returning this season, will Farms' Moultrie, Ga. WATER FRONT, FARMS Vs Plaintiff '

stopped at the one foot line, be all-conference: Beverly Cummins Nov.. 15-2tpFOR' ACREAGE ETHEL DUBINER '

for the extra'point. I and ',Sandy ,Gumble who See ua for your'real' estate needs NOTICE TO Defendant.DEFEND

Harry Kuleski broke loose for: was all Onferenee in the 60.61 SALE-8X32 Glider Trailer Office Phone'HE 92242Residence THE STA OF FLORIDA TO:

' the last, sleeps 6, priced reasonable. Phones ID 7.3691 ETHEL- DUBINER ...
a 80 yard run ,to score season. Sandy did not play last Residence and Post Office
touchdown 'of' the season. The: season at Bunnell. See George Moody, Sr., Flagler or ID 7-3517 Address Unknown

Bulldogs held Callahan to'I I ... Beach.A suit You art hereby notified that a

minus 15 yards rushing. The: Coach Bradley's ''big three IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF the above entitled filed cause against; and you you in
scoring powers will be back and WATKINS ROUTE-In J this FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA, are hereby required to file your answer -
boys played a great game and; area is open for Semi.retire I IN CHANCERY NO. 4542 with the Clerk of this Court.
finished the season with a, 5-:'-1 in action. Sharon Townsend, Al- d FRANCES A. IMBODEN. the and plaintiff to serve a copy thereof upon
I lids Tucker and Barbara Weaver man, or lady. Many semi-retire Plaintiff.' whose or plaintiff's attorney..
record.Callanan. name and adddresa
VS. \ is: .
Bunnell Mechele Steflik who teams up people are earning $50.00 to $100 EMIL P, > SAMUEL V. HOLCH
with per week depending on time devoted IMBODEN.Defendant.. 119 North 3rd Street I
Cummins two of the
are I
3First Downs 20 NOTICE TO DEFEND Palatka. Florida
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15'Yards 326 state's best guards. Heidi Eisen- to the business. Maybe THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: not 1962.later than November 30, A. D.
Rushing
EMIL F. IMBODEN
For
you can qualify. personalInterview
4-13 Passes 4-0 bach and Lorraine Wyndhamwill whose address and place of If you fall to do so, decree pro
: in your area, write J. residence are unknownYou confesso will be entered against
lot of action this
see 181 sea
48 Passing Yards 0 H. Williston Florida. are hereby notified that a you for the relief demanded In the
McGarity, suit has been filed against In bill of complaint.
son. Coach Bradley has been you The nature of
5 Penalties 15;
Nov, 815.22-29-4tc' the above entitled cause; and you said suit being for divorce.
Bunnell 0 '7 (6 6 1 9 working the girls every day. are hereby required to file your.answer WITNESS my hand and seal of
with the Clerk of this Court said Court this 29th day ,of Oc-
Callahan, 0 6 0 0 6 The girls who will play under WANTEI :-Bulk (L.P. Gas) customers. and to serve a copy thereof upon tober. A.D. 1962.

Call Harris Appliance & the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney (Official ,Seal) E.. A. SMYTHE.
I the new rules this season whose name and address' is: Clerk of said Circuit Court

INDIANS AND WAVES and have. been trying to be Gas. ID 7-3367, Bunnell, Florida, JAMES 1216 Liberty I. RILEY Street By Julia R. Harvey .

IN POTATO BOWL come familiar with the Rover Aug 30-tfc Jacksonville Florida Nov. 1.8-i5-224tc Deputy etrk,
r not later than December 17, A.D..
Baldwin Indians and Father System. I am going to take in 1962. IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT, SEV-

Lopez will meet Friday night in a practice and see how this new B. Farley 10 5 4 34 confesso If you fail will to be do entered so. decree againstyou pro ENTH AND FOR JUDICIAL FLAGLER CIRCUIT COUNTY, IN,

a playoff game to decide the system works. Polk 9 5 1 31 for the relief demanded in the FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO.

Champs pf the SJRC. Game time \ Abbott 8 5 1 31 said Bill of suit complaint.being for The divorce.nature of JAMES'4S30. H. EBERT

will be 8 p. m. and will be play All the Puppets are working WITNESS my hand and seal of Plaintiff.:

ed at the Potato Bowl in Hast hard as they know that everyteam BALDWIN-LOPEz PLAYOFF said Court, A. D.this, 1962.13th day of November MICHAEL W. MURRAY.I

ings. will be out to spoil theirrecord. (Official Seal) E. A. Circuit L. :MURRAY and WARREN GERTRUDE - -'
Clerk of said Court
Probable Line-Up So they are not goingto Baldwin and Father Lopez, By Julia R. Harvey H. WINSLOW Defendants ,
,_
r play their laurels. So winners of six conference games Deputy Clerk. NOTICE OF SUIT AND ,
on girlskeep ORDER
Baldwin
t Father Lopez Nov.. 15-22-29 & De .. 64tcIN TO
J. LaCour LE Bob Kasson n up jthe good work and the and losing one have a play-off CIRCUIT IN THE NAME APPEAR OF THE STATE I
THE COURT OF
Haskins 'LT Johnnie Philips spirit. Remember:' when your e Friday night for the champion FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA TO OF: WARREN FLORIDA L. MURRAY

:McGee LG Ray Barber I a champ you have to work twice ship of the conference.. NORMAN IN CHANCERY'J. SOUCY.NO. 4541 whose lice address residence is and post of- 1

Nelson C Harry Daniels .as hard to stay a champ STANDINGW Plaintiff. 350 Fifth Avenue
vs. New York' New York,
O'Donnell RG Jack Nolan '-- MARIE A. SOUCYb and all persons claiming, by,
Hall RT Roy Kent L'T Per efendant.NOTICE through or under said de-
TO DEFEND fendant.
Zimmerman RE SteveAdams ERNIE CRAWFORD ,- Baldwin 9 ,1 900 THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: You and each of you are hereby I
IS SCORING CHAMP Father Lopez 7 1 875 MARIE A. SOUCY notified that a suit has been
Barnes ,QB Lorry Raulerson 242 Sixth Avenue brought against you in the Circuit
Hastings ,4 2 2 750 Brooklyn. New York Court, Seventh Judicial Circuit. In
Jack Alagood HB H. Fouraker Ernie Crawford scoring threeTD's You are hereby notified that a and for Flagler County. Florida in
Joe Alagood HB Ernie CrawfordC. I Bunnell 5 3 1 667, suit has been filed against you in chancery as above entitled for the
and three extra points finished I Callahan 4' 5 1 500 the above entitled cause; and yare o u cancellation and rescission of that
LaCour FB Vernon Harris the with 149 i hereby required to file your answer certain Deed from Michael W. ,
season points D&B 4 6 0 400 with the Clerk of this Court Murray to Warren L. Murray, dated -
With no reports of injuries, to become the third top scorerin and to serve a copy thereof uponthe July 20. 1962, and filed for record -
both teams will be at full] Crescent City 3 5 0 375 plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, In the fflce of theClerk of
I the conference. Harold Fore- 0 whose name and address is: the Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial
St. Joeseph 2 7. 222
strength and football fans will aker his teammate scored 14 Richard D. Bertone Circuit in and for Flagler County.
Keystone Hts.:1 5 1 282 144 Burleigh Avenue Florida In Official Records Book 6
see two good teams in action.Both points to come in second with Holly Hill Floridanot at page 482 purporting to convey
teams have some good later than December 14, A. 1>.. to the defendant. Warren L. Murray
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74 Kuleski rLittle Moe picks Potato Bowl
points. Harry scoing 1962. fee simple title to the following -
tailbacks: that can break away on an 80 yard TD., finishedup game-Baldwin 27; Father Lopez confesso If you fail will to be do entered so. decree againstyou pro and described situated real in Flagler property located

for long runs. Big Ernie Craw' in third place with 70 points. 13.LITTLE. for the relief demanded in the Florida to-wit: County..

lord is top scorer of the conference said bill of suit complaint.being for The divorce.nature of Lots 21. 22, 23 and 24, Block

with 147 points. For the G TD PAT TP WITNESS my hand and seal of 4 25: Lots and 26 13,, Block 15, 21,6-22 Lots'ifc

Greenies Joe Allagood is their Crawford 10 21 23 149 MOE'S FAREWELL' said A.D.Court., 1962.this 7th day of November South 15, 21 38 and 22, Block' 11; Ihe
feet
of
top scorer. Foreaker 10. 12 '3 74 TO THE SENIORS (Official Clerk Seal)of said E. A.Circuit SMYTHE Court 5. and all of Lots Lot 25 24,. 26 Block, 27
and 28, Block
5 all
The Indians have one of the Kuleski 8 11 4 70 By Julia R. Harvey Atlanta ;a being in
This is always the toughest Deputy Clerk mapsoar subdivision
best guards in the conference, in I J. Lacour 8 10 7 67 Nov. '15'.22.29- & Dec 6-4tc as subdivision per Pat of said
column to write. When It's timeto on file In the office
Ray Barber Also the Indians Fedore ,8 11 0 66 say farewell to the Seniors IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Court ot the In clerk and* for the Circuit
have of the best ,8' ,8 6 54 FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA Flagler
one Joe.
I blocking Allagood County Florida In Plat
who have played their last game.It IV CHANCERY NO. 454O Book
teams I have seen in years. Renfroe8 '7 2 44M. CATHERINE JOHNSON 3 at page 24

I \ See ya all at the Potato BowL Cook 10 7 2 44 makes it harder when your vs. Plaintiff and lou'are required hereby summoned to file your or-

record' isn't too impressive. I HOLLIS EDWARD JOHNSON written answer or defenses to the
Complaint filed
herein "
against "'-
saw this season. Defendant. h the above you
every game NOTICE TO DEPEND cause. In the office
or the Clerk
We played and won our early THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: In and for Flagler of the Circuit Court.
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT HOLLIS EDWARD JOHNSON County. FlorIda. -
located In the Court
What in the House
games. happened Place of residence and at
?othBH1' Florida on or before the
Lopez and Hastings games? address unknownYou Ujdar of December. A. D. 1962
are hereby notified that, a at hour of
5:00
AMBULANCEey Even (the players don't know.But suit has been filed against you in' EST, and to serve a o'clock copy of P.M.such.
the above entitled cause and
; you
i 41625ST. I heard so many different are hereby required to file your a nW answer. Adams or, plaintiffs defenses upon Isham
SERVICE reasons from so many swer with the Clerk of this Court whose address la attorney 121 Broad-hereIn -
''AUGUSTINE FLORIDA PeePIre and to serve a copy thereof upon way. Daytona Beach
What we have to realize the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney or before said date. If Florida on

Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. Were did the best with what we had. whose James name S.and Holton address is; to be do entered so a decree against pro you confesso for you the will fall ,

Some think have to 306-308 Exchange Bank Bldg. demanded in relief -
people said
you Complaint.
always at your service with promptness safety and St. Augustine Florida la further
hereby
hfi ordered
be a champion to be the best.I not later than December' 14, A. D. Notice and Order shall that be
.experl ce. 1962.
was proud of this season's published once a week for four
If you fail to do so. decree pro consecutive weeks in The Flagler

Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator team. They played their bestand confesso for the will relief be demanded entered againstyou in the Tribune Bunnell. \n Flakier newspaper County Published in

I really enjoyed their bill of complaint The nature of I and having[ a general circulation Florida
said suit being for divorce. In said Flagler
Florida.
Garcia Funeral Home games. WITNESS my hand and seal of WITNESS my County.hand as Clerk of
To you, seniors best of luck said Court this 6th day of November the said Circuit Court of Flagler

P. E. GARCIA, Licensed- Funeral Director in your future. To coaches Manuel (Official A.D.Seal. U6)%. E. A. SMYTHE ler County.County Florida Florida at Bunnell.this 2nd Flag-day

Clerk of said Circuit Court of November. A. ,
\ D. 1962.
LADY ,ASSISTANTVWWWVWWWWWWWS : Hardin and McGriff, a good By Julia R. Harvey (SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE.

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; 'iq ) l freeze inevitably kills them to against deficiencies' of trace elements I mixed especially for roses. I:such as dahlias and fancy-
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the ground. I sprinkle, about a table. Another chore that leaved caladiums this month.As .
many gardeners
! (By Heiyey- Shy) The second line of 'defense spoon of mineral mixture .in I II will face is mowing winter soon as dahlias die back,
each planting hole. The mixtureis dig the for few
Some gardeners that, if against cold injury is to have grasses. If you have planted clumps,, dry a
say
j .the Cuban blockade; is to* have :plant tissue as fully mature as I I. available from your garden j Italian rye grass, start mowingas I days and store in peat .moss. ,
store.Another I '
supply
t our lives, whycan't we set up 'possible when freezing temperatures I soon as it is about 2 inches I sand or'vermiculite at about
I occur. I tip on roses-they I'I high. Be sure that the lawn ,
! a, winter' weather blockade to 1 40 degrees. Caladiums are a. bit
save. the lives of ornamentals? i The problem in Florida is that seem to ithrive best in slightly mower is sharp, otherwise the: natured shouldbe
and
I I I so many plants from warmer acid soil where the pH averages mower will pull the rye grass more warm
.. But This'until sounds these like gardeners a good learn idea.1 I regions fail to stop growing so about 6.0 to 6.5. So, to keep the 'up by' the roots. stored at about 70 degrees
as to mature their tissue during plants happy use acid fertilizer Dig and store tender bulbs during the winter.
I how to .stop cold weather at the : I
mild autumn and winter.If I
state line, it will be easier for I I I IJ .. ___ -...--- --
\ most gardeners to use ,othermeasures i J you ever find a sure-fire ,
of protecting plants way to produce dormancy in
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from Jack Frost. I II 'plants ahead of every freeze, 1- '
I J Almost any type of material i iJ I shout it from the rooftop, because -\ -
I it will be ,the discoveryof \ ,
to will
J cover plants help ypu .
the century for gardeners. . .. "
fight your backyard cold war. ,' '" "
These include wood, cloth_ ,. paper : '
I Spanish, moss, pine straw, Banking money and oma T '
plastics or any other material mentals have one thing in com % < :
available in the neighborhood. mon-the weather. Most people Now; IsThe'Time: : : ,

,Ea\"th is also valuable when save money for a rainy day ; .
1 banking young citrus trees from while gardeners 'bank ornamentals ' : ,

I a; freeze. But..with the high cost as protection against cold r ..... J "

of real estate, the neighbors:will weather. l -<
prefer that you use your own Plant banking has one ad ; ; : '} <

soil.., vantage-you can use low-cost ; :To Select Your;> .
If you .cover shrubs withplastic earth instead of expensive' ma-

'bags, be sure to, set them terial like money. -i. ,: .
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\ free shortly after 'Ole Sol melts One plant that will 'pay big ,- : .
the frost. Otherwise' a prized dividends to protect by bankingis \ .
\ ornamental may be stewed in hibiscus. A mound of earth
" >. its own juice inside this collector around the lower framework of
I I ,.., of sun rays. I the plant will prevent the plant ,. '
Frost has no terrors in gar- from freezing the ground line. '

)) dens :of well-adapted plants,,This is necessary if the hibiscus

University has been budded or grafted; Christmas Greetings
of pro. otherwise the prized top may be
fesso. But ,during the sudden wilted dead by Jack Frost below
-cold wave following a prolongedwarm the grant union and next
period some plants needa summer tall you will have is
helping hand., mongrel-type blossoms developing -

:Usually this involves puttinga from common: rootstock. ..
; blanket around the plants, 'or If lack of energy will not permit , .'
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supplying; heat. Plants are covered you to man a shovel to, bank 'f :' ,""

to slow down the rate at the plant, then gamble on an ; -, The ,:. "
"which the Tieat already in the easier way to protect the plants. '
plant Is lost by radiation. Try water. -Remember (that well ;.,
:.Oh a still, clear night 'in winter : watered plants can withstandcold
heat is radiated into space weather much better thana '
by soil and plants. Their temperature pla suffering. from drought. Most Trouble-FreeWay

falls. If they reach the Freezing is a dehydrating pro ,
freezing point ,or below, frost cess. If you know that a cold .
forms 'boards straw bare it's ';' ... ..... .. ; ' ,
on. wave is on the way, good :,1: : "'... .: ,:
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The air be moisture "* ,"
temperature may' plants have an ample ;.*- f' ':
well' above 32 degrees, but the supply. .. ;' ... ..
leaf may still have frost if it I r Now,is a good time to' reno ,

isP losing heat rapidly. by radia-' i'vate, old shrubbery, according to '
tibn. .I Dr. J. N. Joiner, ornamental' horticulturist Most Economical '
.11n I this case the frost damageis I ,with the Agricultural Way ,
; mostly mechanical. T1at"is, I Experiment Stations.
'.. sharp sided ice crystals thai I He says not to move plants
form inside the leaves and tender about or buy new, plants without

; stems pucture- cell walls- of a definite plan on paper. To Send Greetings To Your '
plant tissue, causing death tothat Even the simplest sort of gar .
portion of the plant. den plan will be helpful in de
If cold air drifting down from termining the exact number of
Yankeeland is already below plants of each kind you will "
freezing, it quickly absorbs the need for your, lotThe Friends and Customers .
heat from the ornamentals and sap will soon be down in
is likely to kill the less hardy most plants and the shock of
plants to the ground.We transplanting can :be held to a
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natives call this a hard minimum if they are moved t
freeze, while Chamber of Commerce now., Overgrown plants can be
employees soften the termto moved now with comparativeease
"unusual cold wave." and pruned to the desired
\ Covering plants during a hard shape later.If The Deadline Is December 7th '
freeze is, not- very' effective unless some shrubs you plan to -
you can prevent the icy discard--r-particularly azaleasare
wind from coming in contact stunted with sickly yellow '

with the plant. leaves, do not replant Inthe For Your Copy ,
During, a ;cold, windy night, same location; without replacingthe :
a light bulb. under an airtight soil with a fertile, acid mixture , ,' I
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cover may give a small plant high in humus. A sick --. : '. ,-
'the same protection as a green plant means sick soil and both -. '
house. Oil heaters can be used need. to be doctored or changed. ]J I I

to warm larger plants coveredby Don't, fertilize or prune ever- I, \ : .. '
giant-sized sheets of build. green shrubs now or for the next I
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er's plastic.On few weeks. Both of these operations :

an icy night heat is vital may cause a new flush of COME IN TODAY AND RESERVE YOURS '!
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and not smoke, in spite, of a growth which could be killed bya
popular misconception.: 59.t is freeze. This is a good[ time, ,
a waste of time burning'a pile however, to prune out all the I
of leaves to smoke up the neigh. ,dead wood to keep disease from "
borhood unless you have de- lingering in the plant until i

vised .a way to 'produce more spring.
heat than smoke. i It: is best not to be an impulse
iI
The first, line of defense ,in buyer of rose bushes.'However I

guarding. against cold injury is if you are, be sure you The Tribune
to''plant only those trees and prepare several planting sites Flagler

shrubs that are completely I. before you go on a buying spree. f
hardy in your locality. This Horticulture Professor John V.
doesn't mean that you should Watkins of the University of Phtie IB 73212Bmell

not grow tender plants, but Florida, says 18 inches each wayis
such plants should not 'be the a satisfactory planting distance Florida
framework of the garden. for hybrid tea bush va- I ,
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Regard the less shady ornamentals ' rieties. If the soU is light sand,
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for their beauty, and it should be removed to a depthof

don't plant, them in a spot that 14 inChes. and replaced with I .. ,
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'" : -- gLORIPA Thursday, Nov. 22, 1962Jtaater

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> is mounted conspicuously on a I

: &ack round stone platform in full
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The relaxed attitude of th \

; I:Samoans prevails in all aspectsof ,
= : ART SLIDES SHOWN tian Service wishes to thank I life. Until recently, the jailerfor ,

::..' BY STANTONS everyone'who helped make their i occasional offenders would ,
A of colored slides fair such a success. '
program country empty and lock his jail every ,
entitled: "The. Children of the Their next affair will be their 'I Friday afternoon. Then he and i,i iI I

Nations," was presented to the annual Smorgasbord in: Febru- I his charges would go home to i iI '

', children of the fifth and sixth ary.The I!visit their families over the I I Good Thru Monday, Nov. 26, 1962
r grades of the Flagler Beach DeLand district is having weekend. j

school ':Monday by Rev. and Mrs. its annual district meeting at American Samoa is very near- i I

Lester ,Stanton, relatively new Trinity Methodist Church in Pa- ly a land of "all chiefs and no I Lean Center CutPORK

comers to Flagler Beach. latka next Wednesday at 9 a.m. 'Indians." The mated, or head, i
The Stantons for years have All officers and officials of the u
of each family is elected; any I <
visited the major museums of church are urged to attend. Con- member is eligible. At last: CHOPS" 59

. the United States to get their tast Rev. Hoover before Monday count, there were more than 900 I

pictures and they are anxious for reservations.. registered 'chiefS and Innumerable !

to share them with interested The church school's collection unofficial leaders for the Lean Meaty

groups. for UNICEF came to $67.71.Mr. population of barely 20,000.

Some chiefs are so exalted u
, Miss and Mrs. and Mrs. Moody, *
Judy Stryker' George they need "talking'' chiefs"' to SPARE RIBS 49
Judson Strker, Jr., spent the past Sr., will leave for Montgomery, speak for them and help them
:. weekend ,visiting with Judson Ala., Wednesday to visit rela rule. Early matais had the

Stryker, Jr. in Gainesville. They tives for Thanksgiving.. On'theirreturn power of life and death, but
also attended the FSU: and U of trip home they plan: a American law is now the final Cold Cuts-Sliced ,
F football game while_there. short visit with Mrs. Moody's judge. 43

Judson', recently was initiated I brother and wife, Mr. and ,Mrs. Samoans make careful, skilled, e.lsgiz aid Spiced ImickeoR, Lb. ,
into the Delta Sigma Phi, busi: Newton Hall, in Fort Walton,
workers-when they care to.
.
Florida.Dr. .
ness fraternity.,
However, the lush
climate ,pro- World's BestGround
vides more than (the bare necessities
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Whitney and Joe Tolle, superintendentof
,so income is needed 5
children, Kenneth, Donna and the DeLand District ,of the for luxuries. A typical Samoan only Beef Us.$1 9'
Joyce, are spending 'part of, the Methodist Church, visited with
works
a week or two, then quitsso
Thanksgiving holidays In Cler- Rev. and Mrs., Reynold. ,Hoover .
a brother or cousin have
mont:"with Mr. Whitney's .parents : during the week. the job.Trouble. may
Mr. and Mrs. William'Whitney "
and with Mrs. Whit .' .:'"";I::.. in Paradise PILLSBURY'S Chase & SanbornCoffee
'On the whole
HOFF-SCHATZ Samoans are.
ney's parents,. Mr and Mrs. David -
WEDDING PLANS not content with their life, so
Fagersten. envialble to a Westerner., Their,
I I Miss Joan Hoff will become Polynesian brothers in Hawaii Flour '
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fennell,
the bride' of Mr. Schatzin
Douglas seem to live in a promised land
and ,sons, Brad and Billy, are ia five o'clock ceremony at of progress. When eager young

spending Mlle Thanksgiving holi the First Baptist;,Church of Bun- Samoans move thereto/ find

'days'in Hinesville, Ga:, with nell this, :afternoon. work, however, lack of education 1 LB.
Mrs. Fennell's mother, Mrs. ,Ann
Following the ceremony, a re handicaps them. BAG 39 TIM' 39V
Dean. ception will be 'held in the American Samoa plans to -

Church social rooms. All friends erect some 40 small schools in
FLACLER WOMAN'S CLUB
are invited to both the ceremonyand 1963. Teachers have been given
At a business meeting of the
reception.The priority: to live in houses built
! Flagler Woman's,Club last Wednesday -elect is they daughter for the South Pacific Conference. Limit One with $5.00 Limit. One with $5.00or

i plans were..made for the of Mr and Mrs. Charles Hoff Samoans hope that the building or More Food More Food ,
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\ annual Christmas bazaar and and the bridegroom is (the 'son boom and a new: program to attract Order:, ._ ,'. ; ,_ Order
supper to be ,held on December8th of 'MrS. Robert" tourists .
Mr. and : Schatz, also will help'
at the clubhouse. Chairman all of Flagler Beach. speed development.But .
for the bazaar will be Mrs. E. P. Farm Fresh
leaders in American Sa-
Fleurie and Mrs. Vernon Haines. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Dally of moa are determined that the LB. :

.Mrs. K. N. Givens will have Shelbourne Fall,,' Mass., returned 20th century will not spoil the Cabbage 5
of dinner.It .
the
charge
this week to spend,their 15th islanders. They wish to remain, !
also decided have .
was to
winter season at :Flagler Beach. as Robert Louis Stevenson called I
the Woman's Club representedin They were accompanied here them: "the gayest and best entertained -
the Christmas parade in Holly by their son in law, Lawrence ,inhabitants of ourpla'net.
Hill on December 8th. ." ATTENTION HVNTERS!
I Burrington, and son Robert who
will fly back'the latter'part of I
METHODIST CHURCHThe the week.
junior choir of the Methodist \
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Church will sing a special 11 I DOG FOOD I II

,sOng during (the worship service Community

next Church I Sunday school time at is 11 9:45.o'clock.- Samoa Relaxing Memorial ChurchInterdenominati.nal Jim Dandy LeS. 19? I II


A songfest and Bible Study From Building Boom ; AIR CONDITIONED
hour will begin next Sunday I _
PLEASE
LIMIT ONE
American Samoa, one of the Daytona Ave.
night November 25, in the
last island paradises, is relax
church at 7:30 P.M. Everyone FLAGLER BEACH .,
is invited to attend, accordingto ing from a building boom and Sunday School 10:00 A.M. I Surfine 'Sweet and Buttermilk '
returning to its slow paced South "
Rev. R. N. Hoover minister. Church Service' 11:00 A.M. .
The executive board of thMen's e Sea life. BISCUITS 'Z5e.
Club will meet Monday In the past year new houses R. W. DICKERT Pa.tor \ 3 for
have mushroomed old ones EVERYONE WELCOME
night at 7:30 at the home of the ; ,
president, Leonard Johnson. have been repaired and palnt d.Macadam' a-- - Food King
dirt roads,
now covers
The Woman's Society of Chris-
and a jet runway provides direct OLEOMARGARINE
. . . . "1 connections with the outside 25 FREETOP 2 Lb, 29c
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PETERSON TEXACO world. Pride of the 20,000 VALUE STAMPS i.
SERVICE islanders is a new auditorium Surfine
with the purchase of

ROAD SERVICE seating Samoas 800.Divided Kraft's Bag O'Treats EVAPORATED MILK $1

Light Mechanical Work American 8 Cans .
Samoa lies 2,276 Licorice
Phone 437-3441 BunneU i iLyke's
miles south of Hawaii. It has '
Coupon Void 11-26-62
been a ward of the United States _300 Can
ORMOND PRESCRIPTION since 1899, the National Geo- --- WI"

PHARMACYSick raphic Society says. The five CHILI WITH BEANS 2 Cans 45e

Room SuppUes-Sundrles volcanic islands (Tutuila, Aun- 5FREE

HOSPITAL SUPPLIES uu, Tau,, Ofu, and Olosega) and
24-Hour Prescription Service TOP VALUE STAMPS Pillsbury's 19 Oz. White, Chocolate, Yellow
: two coral atolls (Rose and
Free Delivery in Flagler Beach with the purchase of
Swains) have a total land area
ORMOND Rt. AlA BEACH 1 ml.-Tel.North OR of 7-1CM of 76 square miles. Western $2.00 Worth of Fruit CAKE MIXES 3 for 99*

Samoa, a former United Nations Cake Material ,.
PAL PARKER'S. INC. Trust Territory administered by Coupon Void 11-26-62

Automotive Specialty Center New Zeland, became independent
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People of the islands feel no SO FREETOP
OTHERS:! tl9.DS need of Western-style houses .
540 Mason Ave. Daytona themselves. Simple shelters VALUE STAMPS Fruit Cake Material
meet the demands of a climate
with temperatures no lower than With $5.00 or more

THE OUTBOARDER 60 degrees and rarely higher Food order '

Authorized Evlnruda Dealer than 90. and this Coupon at Hours. Week 8:15-7:30 p.m.

BOATS ACCESSORIESREPAIRS' A Samoan house has,no walls.It SHELTON'S GROCERY store Sat. 8oo-9oo P.m.

Dockaffe; ,,- Storage Tree Ramp consists of a strong thatched
WE FINANCE roof, supported by poles and Coupon.Void 1L26-62 t QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED

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Need Seen '
"This area of science offers 1 list in addition to straight research I
excellent opportunities' to the Dr. Dennison listed man-
Food Scientists high school student," he stress I(. agement, technical ,advisory pOI II
ed. Denoting the areas in which I k I Continued To Page 8 ..1
Florida's need for trained food
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I scinentists will reach the critical !

point during the next five years JII
WEATHER BULLETIN !
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according to a recent Universityof JI

Mrs. Richard McNiel and son, week.. The occasion' was honor Florida survey. I
Ricky, have returned to their I] ing their house guest, Bill The reason behind this short- ::1i I

home in Memphis, Tenn., after i Vaughan, on his birthday anni age is a "lack of college gradu 'g i!
I a visit here with Mr. and Mrs. : versary. ates," says Dr. R. A. Dennison, II I

.:Mark Hannah and family She Enjoying the evening with the head of the University's Food

expects to leave soon to join her hosts and honored guest were Technology and Nutrition. De
l husband who is stationed with'the i Mr. and Mrs. George M. Moody I partment.
U. Si armed forces in Ger-- Mr. and Mrs Dale Brown, Mr. I A survey of-the citrus, meat,
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(\ ..many. and Mts. Leonard Moody, Mr. I dairy and canning industries .
)-e has just been completed by Dr.
and Mrs. M. B. Fuller, :Myrna
J? 1r. and Mrs. K. L. Tucker Knight, and Randy Morris. Dennison and, G. D. Kuhn, food '1':

/ ;were in Ocala last week visiting microbiologist with the Florida 1

'wjth their son in .law and ALLEN TRACY Technology and Nutrition De- .
daughter, Mr. partment. They found that the R.
and Mrs. Edgar.Mills
and also to greet their WEDDING PLANS current needs of industry were i .. I.

new grand daughter. She wasbam The marriage' .of' Miss Fern far beyond the number of graduates :! x
; there on November 7. Allen Ito Mr Jim Tracy will be available in food science. _
/ '. i an event of Saturday evening, "Projected needs for the' citrus ___
t < # November 24 at o'clock industry alone for the next five
seven
\, Mr and-Mrs. J. C. Rodgers had
at the First Methodist Churchof years greatly exceeds the number -
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their
; asy guests two days ,this I
BunnelL of graduates expected to be i ;
\ week
her sister, Mrs. Dalia'
I tPt
''Creech of St. Augustine. Following the ceremony Mr. available for employment and II .. \
and Mrs. Allen will entertain indicates the unlimited job opportunities
. I ". in this field," Kuhn
with '
a reception at the Bunnell
Y iMiss Jamsene Dawson, student
.. emphasized.When i
Center.No
Community
L' :, at ittie University of Florida,
"', invitations asked to explain just
r t spent the past weekend here are being sent
but all friends and what the food scientist and technologist .
relatives are
with her parents, Mr., and Mrs. :
S .James Dawson. She will spend Invited to both the ceremonyand does, Dennison first..1

the ,holiday weekend In North reception. a pointed out that, "food .science ,'
is the comprehensive study' ofman's
[' Miami with her roommate,
ROYAL NEIGHBORSTO food. This involves its I.
c Maureen King. Jamesene is reporter .
MEET WITH composition, nutritional value,_
i far the Baby Gators of 1V
MRS. AKERS the effects of handling and pro- .
Jennings Hall.
cessing on quality and its influence ,
i. j Mrs Blanch Akers of North upon public health after F
Mr. and Mrs. Barton Asa ar- Moore street will be hostess'to consumption."

rived here !this week for a visit the: Royad Neighbors' on Monday "Fresh foods are perishable," the exciting--new AUTOMATIC
'with and Mrs. F. L. Malphurs and I Naomi Hosford will be co-hos fore, they must be protected IIr-i11 Just DIAL your comfort!
with his mother, Mrs. Push a button to start or
from quantity and
AUce.Mur-j tess.Mrs. quality OIL HOME HEATER
the FLOORS WEEP!
, stop
dock of Artesia Park. Akers said they will plan losses."
I turning to the States after spend.j for the Christmas party and she
I big the past ten years urges all members to attend this "It is the job .of the food sci now gives you amazing \

UJ S. Army in, France and Ger meetin, entist (to continually study the
many. He will be stationed in / 4 chemistry, physics, biology and SWEENGHAT
I 1 t California here. .. MISS FERN ALLEN nutrition foods so that he'can
\ T -*' .JI FETED WITH'-A develop practical *applicationsfor I The'golden louvers in the floor heat outlet are motor-driven to 1

,jMrs. T. ,K., McKnight has re LINEN .SHOWERMrs. preventing ;food det riora-i I I rotate back and forth-*weepw, the heat over the floor. All new 'I .I II
tion." in performance, styling and exciting colors, this new SIEGLER ,
turned to her home here after Walter Knight entertained I
IJ I gives you a new dimension in heating comfort See it soon!
undergoing surgery at !the Putnam with a linen shower Thursday I
Going a step further, Dennison: _
Memorial Hospital in Pa-. "afternoon at her home honoring I '
t added that "the food'technolo- "
latka. < Bride-elect Fern, Allen.A I
I color scheme of yellow and whose gist creates characteristics new food products' FLAGLER HARDWARERailroad I
are more
: ;;Mr. and .1\Irs. Walter Morris, white in the bridal motif was I
appealing, more nutritious, more Ave. Phone ID 7-3191 Bunnell Florida
JdAnn and Randy, are spendingThanksgiving used in the rooms where the {
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in St. Petersburgwith guests were assembled. The dining -
t
f her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I room table was overlaid
I\ A. L. Salt. with a white linen cutwork
cloth and centered with an ar Tw

[Miss Carol Craig, who is doing rangement of fall flowers in the C
her interning as a teacher in color scheme. Dainty refresh. REWARD i
Jacksonville, Is spending the ments were served from the :

holidays here with her parents, table. :
Mr. and Mrs. James Craig. Mrs. Knight was assisted in
caring for her guests by Mrs.
ENTERTAINS WITH Tommy Durrance and Mrs. Gene For information leading to the arrest and conviction 1

DINNER HONORINGBILL Knight. Fifteen guests enjoyedthe $
/ VAUGHANMr. afternoon with the hostess 5 000 of any person or persons for the theft of cattle from .I

and Mrs. Walter Morris and honored guest. a member of this Association. ,
entertained with a dinner partyat
their home, North .Chapel Among those attending the "I

Street,, Tuesday evening of last funeral of Ed Ward in Gainesville 1


MONEY FOR YOUR- -- Mrs.and :Mrs.Herbert Tuesday George Patterson morning Moody,were,and:Mr:Mrs.and Mr. FLORIDA, CATTLEMEN'S ASSOCIATIOIII' I

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Cost-free Fund Raising Mrs Harry Atkinson, Mrs. M. B. of---" .'-,_.-_,,. '. ,' j .I
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.Please ,Write For Details, day evening for the Deland $250 00 mation leading to the arrest and conviction any i
MADISON Chapter Friendship night pro j
105 N. Miramar gram. Those !attending were Mrs. person or persons for theft of cattle from a mem- :
Wanda Mercer, Mr. and Mrs. .
Indialantic Florida
ber of this Association.
O. B. Green, Mrs. :Myra Wads-

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RCA & PHILGO J
The kindness and sympathyof :
TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD neighbors and friends in our $1 I 0000- ..'arrest and conviction of any person' or persons'

AND INSTALLED recent bereavement will always breaking, injuring, throwing down fences'and gates
remain with us a precious mem- i
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John Hardin, and Rev. ,
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Grade 8B-Members of 8B are Chaucer's tool of science, it possesses the ;j:

.IIirfk welcoming their friend Christy Speech delicate shades of meaning re-j I CONSERVATION,

Golien, back from her vacationin quired for literary purposes
Softool New Used Around GlobeWhen
Ohio. The whole class missed foreign speakers appreciate the 1 By '.

Caroline' Clifton, School Editor her and is glad to have her back. Greek tourists Russian abundance of short, punchy NEWS Tilman W. Robinson .

Dale Abbott, reporter. sailors, and German businessmen words. I
Senior doss
-A Senior Class
haggle with the merchantsof English has been aptly symbolized Preliminary investigationshave

meeting. was held Thursday, Yokohama, the transactions by an oak tree. The been completed on the
November 15 to decide 'whetherthe
THE BOOK NOOKTitle probably are in English.No trunk and bare branches represent Haw Creek Watershed by the
senior trip this will be "
year the native language 1!j Watershed Planning Party of the, ,
school A other language has serveda j
or parent sponsored.
All Love
: My I orms--direct, simple, forceful. |,, Soil Conservation, Service.
large majority of the Senior greater variety of needs, or I
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Author: 'Amelia Elizabeth Walden -
Words 'adopted from other D. H Esry, Watershed Planning
1 Class voted for a parent sponsored come closer to the mythical goalof '
tongues lend graceful, ornamental I I Party Leader, presentedfindings .
trip to' Nassau. The final Kind: Fiction a world tongue, the National I
foliage to the speech. to local landowners and
decision will be made Tuesday ALL MY LOVE Geographic Society says. As the officialsat
The immediate ancestor of county a meetingI
night, November 20, at a meeting I speech of civil aviation, it has
Gretchen Miller and her best English was a Teutonic dialect Friday in the Flagler County
in the school cafeteria with I reached the far corners of the I)I
friend, Jemmie, were getting spoken by tribesmen on the Courthouse. Esry estimated that ;
parents teachers and members earth. Half of the world's news I!
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ready to go to Claremont Col North Sea coast between Holland ,, the project would cost well over -
of :the Senior Class. papers and scientific journalsare
lege. The day before they left and Denmark. In the 5th :It a million dollars for 50 milesof
Carol'Hoskins reporter. published in English. III
they were out racing in: Jem- century, many of these peoplethe channel improvement on

Thanksgiving Assembly-The, mie's sailboat when a' boy in I The adaptable, language has Angles, Jutes, ,and Saxons- seven streams in the watershed.
Tri Hi Y In of the I II
are charge as- even touched the Stone-age innocents
a powerboat almost caused themto settl'ed England. The descendants However of this amount the

sembly program which will be ,turn over. When the race was I 'of New Guinea. A,tribesman ,- of tribesmen who stayedon I|Federal Government would fin.- J

held in the. auditorium on November over, they looked for the boy sampling the amenities of the Continent still use a ver lance ait least 75 per cent, leaving .. .

21, for grades 712. who had driven his boat so I civilization instructs a barber to sion of the original language, the local organization to pay

The assembly program will dangerously, but they could not "cut 'im grass belong head belong Low German or Frisian. approximately $250,000.00 of the
be in four scenes showing the I 1
me.
find him. Celtic Britons, who were driven construction costs. "
landing of the Pilgrims at Plym- 300 Million j
Speakers
westward by Germanic in The landowners were inforrp-.
outh Rock as the first and asthe I When they first arrived at Some 300 million I
people speak
Gretchen wished shehadn't vaders, left the ingredients of ed that they could accept the-
last. the first Thanksgiving.The Claremont
English it second
making only
II modern, Gaelic and Welsh. But whole program or any part as'
story will be narriated as gone. She had mate who studied drama and their: influence on '''the Anglo; long as it is economically and
the, scenes ,change.
next; yet India, its homeland, was
Saxons feasible.
insignificant Eng. technically
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who she much better
thought was I'
Gail Wadsworth, reporter. retains official
English as an
Library Club Dance-The last than anyone else at the col. language. 1 lish retains dun bin and crag. The streams which are scheduled

Curiously, bug meant "ghost" in for improvement under. Hhe
dance of the football season was lege., The international appeal of '
ancient Celtic. program are: Black Branch.,
sponsored by the Library Club. About a month after they had English lies in its
flexibUityI .
decoratedwith been there, Jemmie and Gretchen Roughly 900 words, includingsuch Haw Creek, Middle Haw Creek
The Civic Center was While to be
precise enough a
footballs which had, thplayers' decided to go to Brownell, a ,I I indispensables as egg and Sweetwater Branch, Hunter

names on them. Foot college for boys not far away, sky came from the next wave Branch, Sparkman Branch, Savv-

of Gretchen's friends. However, of colonists--the Danes and grass Branch, and Hull Cypress
dance the
ball balloons hung from theceiling to a boys were givingto

in an orderly fashion._ get.,acquainted with the new Chet ended up with her girl Norsemen. Missionaries from Lateral. Little ,Haw Creek may

For refreshments a :cake in the Freshmen at Claremont. friend and Gretchen ended up the Continent brought words of be brought under the program!*,

with Gary. That really started Latin derivation: bishop altar. after further investigation.
,shape of a football field with At first Gretchen had a miserable off !
things right candle. An eight-acre fishpond was
the Senior boys' and-the coaches' time. But after a while I
Just before Christmas
Gary Colonialism Spreads English recently stocked with 'bream for
names written on it was served she met Chet and began to :
gave Gretchen a bracelet with After the Norman conquest in [ District Cooperator L. E.Vads-
with cupcakes, and punch. dance and Rave a nice time.
did' .Introduced 'All My Love" engraved on the 1066, French became the language !worth by the U. S. Wildlife Service
the Idold
an excellent
Steve and -' Chet her to Gary
back of it. Gretchen
was crazy of the classes thoughthe in cooperation with the Soil I
upper
job of supplying the his best friend. It turnout
Bishop,. about it and wouldn't let it get
listen1xiand he church and law courts retained J Conservation Service. Rough fish
S music for everyone's /that was the boy who '
two feet from her.
had almost away Latin. Anglo-Saxon, had earlier been eradicated from
dancing pleasure. caused the accidentthe
Over the holidays Gretchen which had attained sophistication the lake. Black bass will be .
The Library Club wishes to day before she went to the
' had a date with Gary but one with epics like Beowulf. added next spring to completethe
thank everyone, who helped college. At once Gretchen was
of his old girl friends turnedup
ceased to exist in written form.It stocking. Fishing from the "
make their dance a: success, especially crazy about him. She dated and ruined .
everything.Not was cherished, however as pond can be started one year
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the chairman of (the*decorations Chet a' few times and thoughtshe
long after Gretchen arrived the spoken tongue of England'speasantry. from the time the bass are
committee Sandy Gum. would probably ?
never see back at the college she 1 added.
U ble. Gary again but Chet brought
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conversation
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*<:* Marsha Durrance, reporter.., hinx along one, night tp date<<, one I tween Gary and +Cindy, his old I In a vigorous comeback, English -i J
absorbed (the language of United States tended to come : ,

neighbor. She told him she was the Norman nobility during the from the North of They
England.
ACROSS 52 Number(pi.) Answer To Puzzle No. 729
very proud to be his girl. This
14th and 15th centuries. French
t 54 Hostileinrader retained the fiat a and strongly;
e 1 City of Italy oo ele A M upset Gretchen tremendously. "
endures in
6 Head 58 Place E gp A N expressive synonyms, sounded r which vanished in the
Abstract T r T H t l v If you want to know what she words mansion1with
,- corerincs 55 coupling likes Mother Country during the 18th
10 Fuel being nun uuuu utmutinnnin did about it, read the book. I "house"Meantime i
14 Palestinein 59 Wheel nact aeiouaui century.By .
i inanoa am sure will enjoy it.
you
Jewish teeth Goeffrey Chaucer, )
k use 60 Roman anaa aatiuaaaoi Assistant contrast the soft speech of
15 Xal** offIreland number fciau UUUHUaaa Library using the Midland dialect of Southerners reflect the'fact that
aoar* unaaiiytinauma Gloria
eiMahoor Harding
1". A bandit sheep uuulaao London, emerged as the literary many of their ancestors emi

17 Sloths 62 TO nun auanuuuuuu father of modern English. To grated from southern England
Dana naa
18 Vegetable 63 Labyrputinth Title
20 Russian 67 District la L I N Q1 CUIMI A Ynews t 6.nl Evangeline this, day, farmers in the North after the emphatic ending had
Chicago A >!Nitl melt T sSIHIEIEI Author: Henry Wadsworth *
Nr of elements of
England
agency 69 Fetches Y A iskmele preserve been lost.

21 Rodents 72 Swordsman's Longfellow. Chaucerian speech in such col. I Some American words have
23 Animal dummy stake 10 Roman 41 Prevaricator EVANGELINEThis
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enclosure 73 Rivet of patriot archaic Britain, the
24 Greek Asia 11 Tima del 43 Holland is a narative poem and
'1 The invention of the Caxton place of origin. Among them are
letter 74 Coyer Fuego Indian commune is considered Longfellow's mas '
28 Plural Inner surface 12 Item.ofproperty 45 Ceylonest press In, 1476 helped standardize'the j rare in reference to "meat;"
ending of terpiece among his longer
garment
The Renaissance "
," :27 To at ate 75 State in 13 Lariat 48 Level -:. N language. fall for "autumn and gottenfor

29 Letter of N.E.bdla 19 Musical 50 Tatteredapbabet poems. contributed 10,000 new words '"got" On the other hand,
'77 River ofBelgium dramas cloth This story begins in Grand
,30 American 22 Occupied a 53 Empower from all over Europe. But the the British have adopted such
If Pre, a, small village in Arcadia.
Indian 78 Consumes seat 55 Doctrine
colonial stimulated
: era Englishto purely New World words as advocate
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31 Stringed '79 Pares j
25 Pay 58 Fatuousinstrument Because the Acadians are very
,. attention 57 Cry of theBacchanals its greatest expansion. Great blizzard lynch and tele-
34 Heelover- DOWN to innocent and virtuous Grand
Britain outdistanced France in
38 Hotel 28 Large tub (PL) Pre is a very quiet, peaceful, phone.
37 DomesU- Wheel tooth 29 West Point 39 Geometric the race for overseas territories Today the English vocabularyhas
gated 2 Silkworm atudent figures and humble little village.In .
39 Wooden 3 Bird's home 30 Forward 61 To box .- in the 18th century; traders and grown to more than a million
pin for 4 Part of 31 Traps 62 Small this village lived Benedict further !
explorers garnered exotic words, of which 75 per cent
I faaten1DCBible
32 Two-toed depression Bellefontaine, the wealthies I
42 Part of a (abbr.) sloth 64 Projecting additions to the tongue. are derived from foreign sources.In .
church 5 Snake of farmer of Grand Pre. His one
33 Put money part a
From China; and Malaya came } turn few
6 Prorlded foreign languageshave
a
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shoe(pl.) supply of hope ofreturn 65 Ardor tea and bamboo. New World Indians failed to draw on the colorful
43 Hindu food for 66 Tree who was adored by all in the
woman's 7 Isles offIreland 34 Old stone (PL) :: contributed hurricane tobacco linguistic reservoir (that is

garment chisels ,69 Pronoun ., village.. '; and torrsia. English. Probably the
47 A leather 8 Stroke 70 1 most
35 w Gabriel, son of the blacksmithand
finish lightly goddess inlet : Most ,Anglo-Saxon travelers t Widely understood word on earth
49 Oil of 9 One who 38 Cry ofpain 71 Juice ofeoaea ,-' Evangeline were very close [
-, breathesloudly (pL) plant friends during their childhood. were reluctant to learn other ,, Is English's amiable "Okay." .I i

-, 51 Narrow 40 Great 76 A languages: and foreigners who .
inlet asleep Lake direction Later these feelings turned to I- I
; dealt with them had to pick up
/ : '" I 2 3 4 S ) g 9 10 11 love. In RCA VICTOR
English. 1700, there were ..
4( 9 Y On the day they were to be II LIVING COLOR TV
: about 8,500,000 English speakers.
14 IS 16 i
A married rebellion ,broke out. "LOOK FOIl Tins' IMCTUHK
.1 I Two*_centuries later, the number I IN TUB WINDOW
There was much confusion and
II Is 19 20
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Radio
had..reached 123 million, the National & Television
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geline and Gabriel were
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Accents: Rooted in EnglandThe .
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Puritans who landed in
but; her faith, devotion, admiration FREE PAINT '
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( and love for him drove
One extra gallon of
I[Anglian nasal twang that was your choice
>d u, P her ownward to search for him. with each gallop
to be recognized as a: general rod buy
She searched for b.im most of her i. ....
42 n 44 4$1ou life and during this time coversa I!feature of American' speech. I Mary Carter Paint Store

:Early settlers in the northern i
p so Is2 lot of territory and finally 1 Also Westcate fthooplajc E**oler
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ended. up in New Orleans. There -
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FOR
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next to her is her one and only

61 love, Gabriel. She reaches out CANCER ; '

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: NEED SEEN, FORk mostly along the surf-battered 1.ducks feed.Gosnold ant schools of codfish. I I war. Not only did it see action
esatern side of the Gape. But I Found No Gold The Pilgrims almost settled during the Revolution; the only
{ : FOOD SCIENTISTS ,at two places on the narrow, 65- .; The Cape reaches out toward there. They made their first!I World War I shells to fall on

r--- (Continued from Page 5) mile peninsula, it_ ,touches the I i Europe like a beckoning arm. landing off the future site of J i United States soil exploded on
... .. quieter waters of Cape Cod Bay. :In 1602, explorer Bartholomew Provincetown in 1620, but found I the beach at East Orleans. These
'sitions, product development and LandedThe I Gosnold, who wished to "founda the climate too rigorous. The shells were the calling cards of
Have
"' quality control. Virkincrs May I colony in some agreeable I Plymouth area, sheltered from a German submarine.
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".'. peninsula is steeped in, spot, preferably where gold was the Atlantic storms by the pen ,
"It is hoped, he concluded,
:historical significance. Remnantsof abundant," dropped anchor in insula, appeared more hospit A record 12,840,230 tourists
"that enough young people can I
r: be encouraged to enter this field ,an ancient ship, perhaps of what is now Provincetown Har- able. visited Florida during 1961 larg-
} during the next few years. to I Virking origin, have been un I I bor. He discovered no gold but The tip of the Cape suggests a est number in the history of the
Florida's i covered. Hundreds of handsome I named the Cape for its abund- I clenched, first, and it has known state.
l : meet /the needs of ext -
panding multimillion dollar homes, centuries old,. dot the .

: food industries." TOuntryside. 1 .
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Cape Cod Becomes I for the Cape's varied scenery in APPEARS .. YE5rC Service *'
i' ages past. Winds and waves !

( ,', Mational Seashore sculptured it into, its presentdayform Ii
and'added the sandy tip. 1
, Tfie--Pilgrim's, casting anchor The heart of the newly created syJAiT rit Flagler Truck & Tractor Co

(, in a Cape Cod Harbor in 1620, Seashore is Great Beach, which
,' found the country of such "wild basks in the Atlantic sun for I I MASSEYFERGUSONGrove

and savage heiw" that they 39 majestic miles. Glacier-form Farm Industrial Equipment _
sought a more hospitable placeto ed cliffs tower over the shores,
I iPOK VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
land. lending an air of wildness to TNEREII
Now, nearly three and a 'half I[I, the- scene OVER Owner Bunnell, Florida .

c centuries: later, Congress has / I II .
created Cape Cod National Seashore J I I Children romp and roll down I r (
;1 to preserve' unspoiled sections steep sloping dunes. Skiers prac .I
j of the Cape's superb tice in the powdery sand for the
:' winter months ahead.' Some CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
,, beaches, dunes and moors, riv- I -.
:. ers and ponds.. dunes are on the move; one A NEWSPAPER FlJLt.
The Cape becomes the only road must be cleaned each year OF BARGAINS..THIS, H. CRAIG. Funeral DI.'eCtorI'
National Seashore outside North where a neighboring giant is PLANET t5 ADVANC JOHN HARDIN. AssociateAIR

Carolina, says the National Geographic intruding. OXYGEN

Society. It lies within Behind :the dunes, and cliffs CONDITIONED LADY EQUIPPED
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a day's drive of 50 million. Americans a narrow strip of forest and I CHAPEL ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
most of whom live in meadow gives some idea of how '
metropolitan areas that become New England looked in colonial '
Phone ID 7-3532
more crowded every year. times. Small fresh-water ponds I

The 27,000-acre park extends retreating ice sheets' I 201 E. MOODY BLVD.. BUNNELL. FLORIDA .

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: F. ALFORD lilies, rushes, and sweet pepper I
Registered bushes.To .
the north, woodlands follow -
Real Estate BrokerBunnelL the Herring River haunt of

Florida muskrat and mink. To the west, "All I want for Christmas is
forests to heath and y
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*, fought for 2 days, finally preventing an Intended Invasion by
two Union ships, which fled. All Florida cheered this feat with "," a' very personal extension phone!! In a

glasses of beer. pretty, favorite color, of course. Fun and

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S of them-not only the employees of the Brewing .o:. t the thoughtful things you give when you .
Industry Itself, but also for Florida farmers and
: give extension phones. Other modem tele-
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other suppliers of the materials brewers use. .
phone conveniences to consider for gift-
TODAY,in Its centennial year,the United States
i Brewers Association still works constantly to as- a : giving: the melodic Bell Chime, the time
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and propriety wherever beer and ale are served. '{ ...and one
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