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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: June 14, 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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i, ,: 1 : VOLUME 50, NO. 23 : BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1962 $2.60 A YEAR

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:, : Contestants, for I FOR CIGARETTE BUNNELL TAX HAS eatudIewoxrte DEAN ELECTED PETERSON TO BOYS I Committee of 100

1/- DECIDED INCREASE State Meet Y STATE POSITIONFlorida
Directors Meet
1i i Miss East Coast
Cigarettes tax funds receivedby 01 :/emD. Gomnuttee American Legion Boys
I Number Fifteen the municipalities of Flagler State, moving into its second At CourthouseDirectors
county was announced today. (By Eula Fuller) day of govermental study and
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I The 5-cents-a-package tax on,I practice on the Florida State of the Flagler Com
I''o. Miss University of Florida of(cigarettes collected for April Warren Goodrich was elected University Campus announced mittee of 100 met Tuesday nightat
'- 1962 is the latest entry in the,shows an increased amount for Chairman of the State Demo- election of office holders in staff- the courthouse for a business
; . Miss Florida East Coast Beauty' Bunnell. cratic Executive Committee in ing its 17 mythical cities.In session.

I .. , Contest to be held at Flagler I Here are the amounts sent to the organizational meeting Sat- Monday night's election Executive Vice ,President D.D.
'. Beach July 3. She is Miss, Avie,'the various municipalities: urday in Daytona Beach over Dean Peterson of Flagler Beach Moody reported that he is now
I" f Marie Jenkins of Fort Pierce. Bunnell ,$2,039.65. Jimmy Milllgan of Orlando who was elected as County School working on three "feelers" for
| Sam Malphurs; of Beauty Contests Flagler Beach, $527.28. had held -the post and served Superintendent.Boys I small industries which are investigating ,
(I1.I : Inc., who is staging- -the Beverly Beach, $88.70. the Party well and with dignity sponsored by the Flagler the possibility of lo
Miss Florida, East Coast Contest, Marineland $68.24. for the past eight years. Post of The American Legionare cating in Flagler County. He also
I, said each contestant entered to I Randy Morris. and Dean said he has sent several presentations -
After 'stea -roller session
date has at least three titles. a Peterson.
I I for companies inter-
headed by Bake Commit-
t'_ ',r Fifteen entries have qualified Charles Muzyka County ested in locating here.
teeman John Crews, and assisted -
for the contest. This is the Flagler Beach Park Board

't Ii, fourth consecutive contest and Burial Service House by Speaker-Designate of Representatives of Mal.the Harry Forson Chairman George :Moody, Sr., reported -
it will present a greater number he had attended the
: of title holders than any of loary Horn and the current Dies at HomeWednesday State Park Board meeting held
Held Tuesday House Speaker William Chap-
the previous contests.
recently in Orlando where he
each with proxies
Miss Cadman of New I eI pell the vote
r Beverly reported the county commitment
C was 50 for Milligan and 82 for
Smyrna Ecach who was the Graveside funeral services for I Goodrich. of 200 man-hours and 80-bull-
winner in the first contest will Charles K. Muzyka was held at dozer hours to be given to the
do the, honors in crowning. the 10 o'clock Tuesday morning at Prior' 'to Saturday's meeting,I Harry C. Forson of U..S. High park development. Director Cold-
; 1962 winner. Espanola Cemetery. Officiatingwas Gov. Farris Bryant and U. S. Sen.: way North, St. Augustine, father well said he would visit Flag.
; Miss Lynn Shirley, present Rev. Thomas Pinner, Jr., of George Smathers had placed of Jack Forson of Bunnell, ler Beach soon to make plansto
title holder is' competing in the the.First Baptist'Chu ch. He was .their' prestige on the line by opposing ' died at his home Wednesday "'begin'work on clearing of
t' Miss Florida Contest and Miss assisted by Rev. W. L. Spicer, Jr., Milligan. They had morning. Hevovas a retired section the' land. V I
}f Judy Lynn Prince, the 1961 'ti.. of the First Methodist Church. called for new leadership and if foreman for the FEC Rail The directors voted to coop-
tie holder, will ,be in the Miss Mr. Muzyka passed away early their efforts failed their political way. He was 71 years of age. : erate with the Flagler County
Dixie. Both contests are being Friday morning at the U of F stock was in for a fall. This He was a native of Ashland, Ky., Boosters in the Fourth of- July
held over the Fourth.It Teaching Hospital after a long they did not intend to let hap and moved to St. Augustine in Celebration at Flagler Beach.
'is customary that sponsors illness.He 1919. They also voted to sponsor a '
of out of town contestants come was born in Austria and pen.Arriving early Friday afternoon He is survived by his wife, girl contestant in the Miss Flor-
from the town or county where came to the United States when was Jimmy Kynes, Gov. Mrs. Maude Forson, St. ,Augus ida East Coast Contest to beheld i
the contest is held. "To date, he was a young man. He residedin Bryant's chief administrativeaide tine; a daughter, Mrs. Catheryn there on July 3.Registration.
we are short about four sponsors Detroit before coming to who, with the aid of three Watkins, St. Augustine; four I
and we hope some business, Flagler County about 50. years other assistants from Bryant's sons, Clyde T. Forson, St. Augus-
civic, or fraternal organization ago.; He was a salesman and office set up a command post. tine; William Forson of Overland for
,1\ will volunteer to sponsor a was 74 years of age. Arriving later was Smathers' Park, Kansas; Jack Forson
': ,young lady. ,To be eligible, to He' is survived. ( ,by Jiis wife .campaign., manage. -RichardTCvDanner i ofT Bunnell, jami*':"Harry X For. Enrichment 0..JI .--
J enter a'girl%'must'be, .a title lIrs.Ssl : Muzyka rof unnell;- who "was assisted by son ""JrCTjoT: HCrTS "Navy, Boston;

If holder." -five--- 'daiiphtprs.; : .. :Miss Zena------' Mu-_._u three other members of his staff. :Mass. Also surviving--LO!>' is one- -sister --- Program Is SetRegistration
\ Animal Land, attraction on zyka, Miss Marie Muzyka, Mrs. I Soon afterward, came State :Mrs. Naomi Rogers of Iron- -.
North AlA, has invited the Margaret Clegg, all of Bunnell;;i' Road Board members who were ton, Ohio. for the summer
beauty queens and, their chaperones Mrs. Ann Hunter of Espanola backed by many other key people Tentative funeral plans are set enrichment program at Bunnell
to tour the grounds dur ,! and Mrs. Betty Hawkins of San All waged an aggressive, for Friday afternoon at 2 o'-clock High School will be held Monday .
\ ing the. afternoon. They will Mateo; three stepdaughters, pressure pointed campaign from at :the Craig Funeral Chapel in June 18, Coach Cliff Mc-
I also be guests at a buffet supper Mrs. Pearl Blakely, Mrs. Pau. over the. state-and: what have St. Augustine with Rev. Glenn Griff said today.Registration .
prior to the contest. line Lovelace and Mrs. Louise Gaffney of the Calvary Baptist for the recreation
1/ Cantrell, all of Bunnell; one you.Arriving along with this group Church of St. Augustine officia- program will begin at 9 o'clock, '
r' son, C. H. Muzyka of Houston, was the, president of the Florida ting. Interment will follow at in the gym. \
( Artesia ParkResident Texas, and one stepson, Paul East Coast Railway. (It was Evergreen Cemetery.Graduates The remedial reading'programwill
. Forsyth of East Pal atka. Also then plain as to who was in the be in Mrs. Craig's room 'at
Died surviving 'are '16 grand childrenand fight). 10 o'clock.
four great-grandchildren. Heading the fight for Milliganwas Cum Laude The academic program in High
Active pallbearers were Homer Orange County Commitee- School English and Math will I
Sunday Evening Brooks, C. B. Eisenbach, Clyde woman Helen Bennett, Commit. From Stetson Univ.Miss be held in the high school bulldf
Lewis, Herschel King, T. K. Mc- teemen Walter P. Fuller of St. Celia Joyce Emery grad- ing, room 7, at 9 o'clock.
Mrs. Mary V. Johnson of Ar- Knight, D. D. Moody, Raymond Petersburg and Raymond Sheldon uated cum laude from Stetson Coach McGriff said' "we thinkwe
tesla Park passed away early Smith, and A. M. McDaniel. of Tampa. They were as- University last week with a degree have a real" fine program
Sunday night at the Halifax Serving as honorary pallbearers sisted by many loyal party members of Bachelor of Science in outlined and urge all girls and
Hospital in Daytona Beach. Sheswas were his sons-in-law. who remembered the Business. boys to come and register on
a retired State Welfare Funeral arrangements were shambles that _Chairman Milli Miss Emery is the daughter of this date." A schedule, of all activities
Worker and was a member of under the direction of Craig gan took over as a State Democratic :Mr. and Mrs. Harold Emery of will be presented at
the Catholic Church. Funeral Home. Committee eight years Espanola and is a graduate of registration. ,
I Mrs. Johnson was born in St. ago-in debt with no records and Bunnell High School ,She attended Instructors for the summer I\
Augustine and had resided in Bible School Began no prestige. It was a good loyal Daytona, Beach Junior program are Miss Sarita Brad-
.: Crescent City many years before team but not strong enough to College two years and Stetson ley, :Mrs. Opal Craig, Averly
moving to Flagler county. Monday MorningVacation buck the power of Tallahasseeand two years. Brown, Walter Morris, and
She was '55 years of age. the Senator. I Coaches Bo Manuel and Cliff
She' is survived, by her husband Bible School began Mrs. Ann Cramer of Hollywood McGriff.
t .Malcolm Johnson of Ar- Monday morning for a two- defeated Mrs. Janet Thomas LAKE NEOGAIS Mr. 'McGriff"asks all boys,
tesia Park; a stepson :Mickey weeks, session at the First Baptist for vice chairman. Mrs. Thomas NOW SAFE grades 7 to through 12, who have I '
Johnson of Miami; one sister, Church of Bunnell. Mrs.. ,had held the post for eight FOR SWIMMING registered for the summer bas-
Mrs. George :Miller, Sr., of Crescent Imogene Strickland is principal i i'I years. ketball program, please be at i
< City; a twin brother, Henry this year. Frank Porter was reelected Water samples have been the gym Tuesday, June 19, at
Vandergrift of_:Montgomery, Ala. 'I School opens at 8:30 each secretary-treasurer with no op I taken again from Lake ,Neogafor 6:30 P. M.
Several neices and nephews also morning, running to 11:30 each .position. Bacteriological Analysis. The.
,survive. week day Monday through Friday Now, with the smoke of battle I results of these cultures indicate I II Mrs. Miller CertifiedAs
: Graveside funeral services were June '11th through June 22. fading, Florida's Democrats the water is satisfactory for
I held at the Eden Cemetery in A pre-school parade was held have the task of proving they I swimming, Sanitation Officer Dental Assistant
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Crescent City at 10 o'clock Wednesday on Saturday afternoon followingthe I can work together as well as Frank Boswell said.
morning. Father Duncanof preparation day at the they can fight. Only time will Jt must be remembered, he Mrs. Betty Miller has been
St Monaco's: Church officiated. church. tell. I continued, that swimming is a notified that she passed her certification
'\ _,The Rosary was said at the Superintendents for the nurs- Attending the meeting in Day- very healthful exercise but alsoa examination for dental
Craig Chapel in SU Augustine ery, 3-year-olds, Joan Lynn; beginners tona Beach from Flagler Countywere rather strenuous one which assistant. This examination
:) Tuesday night.Pallbearers 4.5, Kathryn Perryman; Committeeman GeorgeMoody if indulged in for long periods terminated a one year course
,\ were her nephews, primary department, Sammye Sr.. Committeewoman I at any one time reduces the co-sponsored by the Volusia
John Miller Jim Miller George Whitaker and Margaret Clegg. Eula Fuller and M. B. Fuller. body's natural resistance to disease County Dental Society and the
,\ Miller, Jr., Wallace Smiley' Workers are Margaret Ann and makes it much easier Volusia County Dental Assistants
_George Vandergrift, and Jim Shelton Myra Wadsworth, and MOST PROFXLXC MAMMAL for one to become ill from organisms :- Society in which 32 girls were
Vandergrift Lorraine Wyndham Mausie McKinney Golden hamsters are amongthe picked up in the water. enrolled.
Craig Funeral Home was in Mary Jane Metts, Louis most profile of all mam- There are many types of fungus Betty was one of 10 girls from
V charge of. arrangements. Church, Rev. Thomas Pinner, mals. Millions in captivity today and algae present in fresh waiter Florida who qualified for the
Wynelle Improta, June Holridge. are descended from a single lakes, therefore long expos- examination given last May in
Florida eggs are classified, by Duane Deen' Duane,Metts, and litter of 12 found in a burrow we to the lake might be harmful Miami [!>y the American Dental
quality, size, and weight., Alma Sheffield. near Aleppo, Syria, In 1930. he added. Assistants Association.s .




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1-i 1 PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, June Mol 1962
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', I I good job they did. I enjoyed the .
: league play and all the boys.If ; :

: 1 I in the future our recreation
program will carry on we can
;. '. I see a lot of good that will come
't.-; I from it.CHURCH. Call On Us

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DEFEATSWADSWORT
By Leslie Pac&v *
,. 3.2
" ( LITTLE LEAGUE ] younger players while older I .
First Baptist Church defeated '
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PLAY WAS SUCCESS players would make errors of '
. Wadsworth 3.2 in six .innings.
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plays that experience of older a Itl
Now with more space available -j Both pitchers pitched tight When : .
\: I would like to give a run players should have not made.. struck out seven ball.,1Pinner I -.. .f ,,.'," '
; ","' down on our Midget League that Having the help of Shelton the season. Wadsworth ,
' was sponsored by the Bunnell Barber and Ed Copeland we.
f one run in the first and one in 1
! !I' Recreation Dept. would take time out in the game the third. The Church eruptedfor
I -. Taking the position as directorof and explain their mistake and three in the fifth inning. j
the program. One,of the first errors. After three weeks of play Mike McMillan knocked in two

,, things we had to get was as. the boys were playing better runs with a 'double and scored You Need
sistants. We started a spring ball an better team work. We on an error to go ahead 32. ,
I., training program and had help even went as far to organize a
from Dalton Cobby Cobb. The Little League team and won Wadsworth came to bat in the

. many boys who showed up quite county championship from Flag- bottom of the sixth with two .
a few did not know 'how to ler Beach. The boys changed all j away. J. I. Sheffield: poled out
catch or throw. After a few around and some even carried I a long triple. Brother.Cliff with j
weeks the boys picked up a lot I themselves like little leaguers. the count of two and two ,hit
of experience. Later we formeda With the summer school rec.I one out in to right field that GOODPrInting

four team league. At all times I program carrying on more ,baseball Cecil Westbrook caught to end
our biggest efforts were the con-':I .I believe that Flagler county the game. A win for the Church
cern that no boy would get in: youth in three or four years tonight will give them the first
jured. We had a lot of success will be able to field a high half championship. -
at this point. Once we got the school baseball team. 'I would J Tonight's game is Wadsworth
league going' interest and play like to see this as this would j 1 vs. Seville-, and Church vs. Clinic. .
picked up. At all time we were give some of the boys in schoola Church Ab R H
playing organized baseball. We chance to participate in a Brown 200

stressed one more phase of our, sport that they can compete Improta. 101
program. All boys must par-, against Class A schools and we McGriff 300
ticipate. One of the first things sure have a lot of good future. D. Metts t ,,': .';*,"*!., 3 0 ,1
we ran into was team playS ballplayers. Cole 301
9, 10, 11, 12-year old playing I would like to thank Shelton Ross >_ 300'
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together. Errors committed by Barber and Ed Copeland,, for the'PInner t '300 I

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McMillan 211 ,
NOW
Hilsenbeck 100

Westbrook 1 0 0 , ENVELOPESINVOICES

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D. Burnsed 310 I

GETS TO Jim Burnsed 211
LETTER HEADS,
J. I. Sheffield 301
C. Sheffield 3-0 0 ,

NEW YORKFASTER Durrance 201 ,. BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS '
Wall 200 .
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Todd '< 200 I .
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Two base hits Jim Burnsed
and McMillan. Three base hits, I TICKETS and TAGS
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Ride, our t Copeland, Whitaker. Scorer Jim- .
my Crews. '. i
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NEW WADSWORTH AND CHURCH
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ARE TIED FOR FIRST PLACE s
jrs4: ,East Florida Wadsworth 5 1 833 ANNOUNCEMENTS

route F. B. C. 5 1 833

Seville 4 2 333 I
._ Our new route along the Clinic 0 6 000
eastern coastline cuts hours W L per '0 ,
off our Miami to New York
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'' highways. Airconditioning. Over Batting Crown I l .;
Reclining seats. Rest- Johnny Rodgers, first base We Don't Do The Most ,
.; ."; rooms. Vista-view win- man who had 2 to 3, took over ,...' ,
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dows. "*. first place for the batting crown. . .
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J. Rodgers 17 10 7 466C.

Sheffield 175 7 411J. But We Do Some of the ,BestDiaID73282. .
tI I t I. Sheffield 17 97 411 ; 'I
I H.Kuleski 13 5 5 384 ,
McMillan 11, 3 4 362 ;
[ travel earth
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on C. Wall U64; 362 .
From BUNNELti 1-wny From BUNNELJj 1-way Cole 14 45357
NEW YORK $30.10 T. Pinner 14 7 5 357
JACKSONVILLE $1.95 I
Faster Thru serviceWASHINGTON T. Ross 0 i 9 2 3 333J.
4 4 Convenient trips daily
Whitaker 12 4 4 333B.
$22.75 MIAMI 7.00Thru Hennry 12 2 4 333J. !
service over 2 hours 4 Thru. trips dally (plus tax) '
faster (plus tax) Hargett 12 4 4 333 j

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Eastern U.'S. Marks, 1 I cradles. befor&shedies' ", , exhausted. 1. .

Tear Of The Locust j The spyintered twigs turn 1 '"
I brown and break off,in the wind.
Insects that went underground In the most heavily infested, Aka ti174

the year World War II endedare areas, which may number a
returning _this year oxa I million cicadas an acre the result -
.*raucous last fling. -of. their twig pruning often .L... M

A far-flung brood of periodical I appears worse than it is. \ .

-cicadas which are known to al- I Divided into 30 Broods : '
most everyone but entomologists: I :: ;
gas 17-year locusts will disturb'the : Nature has arranged .that '. ,. :
: peace from Connecticut to I some cicadas complete their life .. .,--: 'i;
:North Carolina the National! cycles and emerge each year -
.:Geographic Society says. t'I In the North the cycle is 17 ,- !
An old Greek wisecrack observes -
years; in the South, 13. Thus
"Happy be the cicadas' I there are 30 different sets of I!
:lives, for they have voiceless cicadas, regarded as broods and > i t
,rwives.: ." But the musical males numbered I through XXX. BroodX
' kneed no help By million they (1953), the largest, covers SHOP SHELTON'S FOR I
\join: in exuberant chorus treat- much of the northeastern United TOP VALUE STAMPS & I
,Jng the hinterlands to an impressionist
States. Brood II ((1962) inhabitsthe
song suggestive of Eastern, Seaboard.The BUSHELS OF GOOD' BUYS ;!
,grindstones and buzz saws. 1
big broods are few and
,"Pilgrim Woods Rang far between, so systematic studyof J'
The first record of these all- them is difficult. Many mys- Western Beef Sale
American insects noted their teries go unanswered. Why the Heavy
overwhelming decibel power. Na- remarkably long life cycle?
thaniel Morton, a Cape Cod settler -J What do nymphs do under

wrote in 1633: "They came I I ground? What silent signal Choice CutsChuck ID .
out of little holes in the ground N .
sends millions of solitary crea
-and made such a constant I tures tunneling to the surface Roast 4'9* U. S. Good J r
yelling noise as made all the I
in unison? T BONE CLUB & SIRLOIN '
woods ring of them and ready I
to deaf the hearers." Cicada eggs hatch in six to .
'Periodical cicadas (Magfciada I seven weeks.' The antlike grubs Tender Lean y STEAKS Ib 99< :

septendecim) occur only in the I'.fall to the ground, scurry down Shoulder Roast Ib 59* ,
,'eastern United States. They are into the earth ''build a snug mud
the Methuselahs of the insect chamber and tuck in.
:world. After hiding out for 17 I I I . Small Lean
While a new generation of J

\ I to years wind, they up emerge their extraordinary into the sun 1 Americans hood through from adolescence birth and baby, the SHORT RIBS Ib' 39c RIB STEAKS' Ib 79*

life cycles in a of mating,
spree 1962 nymphs will pursue dark, OF BEEF
J laying, nad singing.The .
egg
lonely lives. No prophet can say
World's Best ::1
insects, having spent so Economical
what will happen above ground .

.many on years root underground juices provide gorging an the before light these of cicadas day-on next a soft see Hamburger 3 Ibs. 1.39 CHUCK STEAKS Ib 59 q

of feasting for birds.
orgy spring morning in 1979!
People not including entomologists Lykes Boneless
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There's the ear-splitting din, Registered 3do 87c
of course. And though cicadas I .' .... ."wFOR .-. ,
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do little permanent damage to :: I IBunnen. COOL FRESH, PRODUCE ; ;- := _. V "r- <
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';. METHODIST CHURCH ,NEWS I Miles Moody, son of Mrs. Peg I ,
I Moody and,George Miles Moody,
L f"t' Rev. R N. Hoover will be going
is in ,
.. now residing Washington
: I to Leesburg Monday for the'
" D. c., where he is employed.
I Methodist Youth.Camp where he LOAD THE WAGON
will be teaching. Accompanyinghim I
will :be Jo Anne Wilson, All visitors are welcome to attend ,
Sandra Owens.and Patricia Rob I the Methodist Church schoolat I
bie, who will attend the camp 9:30 A.M. and worship serv At I
:
for the week. lice at'10:30: every Sunday morn- V .V
ling. .
;
The Methodist Mens Club met Flagler FoodStor
Monday night at the church I' Mrs. George Miles Moody and .
i. with Leonard Johnson presiding. son Gary are returning home
{' Projects for the next two months'!this week after accompanying Beach
1;., were discussed. Dr. Allen Reyn-I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert .' Flagler ,
olds 'presented as guest speaker Patterson, to\their home in PRICES GOOD THURS. FRI. SAT. JUNE 14-15-16, 1962
\; Don Hill from Daytona Beach j I Hamilton,. Ohio.I .
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> who spoke on socialized medi I
- cine. Mrs. Leonard Moody is visiting GRADE "A" DRESSED & DRAWN ,
in Gainesville, Ga.with her
;, Rev. and Mrs. Atlee Stevens,I sister, Mrs. Billie Dorsey and WHOLE

Judy Stryker, Diane Springer, family. FRYERS 29
Nancy Fleurie, and Barbara I FRESH.
; Weaver are in Rldgecrest, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Mosby and lk.
. 'Mrs. Jerry( Davis and children
' to attend the Baptist YWA Assembly -
r//-' Week. Accompanying spent last' Sunday in Orlando .
f them also are Linda McGrady attending a camp meeting. --- ... -
,( from Crescent City and Nancy :3 lb. can Lykes Palm River
Susan Brannam from. Bunnell. 1I Mr.. and Mrs. Alfred Tucker CANNEDPICNICS SLICEDBACON,
i and family are spending a
' Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dun. month vacationing at Flagler I
: can's daughter and son in law,I Beach. I each $169 >16 49
.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Castleman,
'
\, Jr., and their five children from I Nancy and Sally Dzioba from
\ Nashville, Tenn., are spendinga Ormond Beach spent a day visiting Copelands Quick Frozen
week with her parents. ( with their grandmother,
PORK
Mrs. Tom Braddac and husband JIFFY STEAKS &

Mr. and Mrs. John Knosko from this week.
t: Chicago, Ill., have beeen here SAUSAGE 39 Veal Patties ei10
l.: for a 10-day vacation. They are Mr. and Mrs. Miles Meeks and ib
former residents of Flagler their daughter, Mrs Robert
I. Beach. Sheppard and her children, spent
the past weekend in their sum-, FOLGER'S.
::: Mr. and :Mrs. Tom Duncan mer cottage ,on Tenth Street. BAKERITESHORTENING
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> and their children, Tommy, Susie COFFEE
II." Karen and Nancy,, are returning -I Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hoose of
: this week after spending Clearwater'visited with Rev. and
.: two weeks visiting in Tennessee. Mrs.R. N. Hoover this past weekend -

,...; . 1 lb. lb.
Mr. and Mrs. George Moody 29 3 39
traveled to Montgomery, Ala., ,
Thursday. Mr. Moody will be re-I LERCH, & WILSON can can
BUILDERSAll
turning this weekend while Mrs.
Moody plans to stay for a visit Types Construction including Limit One $7.00 or more: food order I Limit One $7.00 or more food order
Cement and Work
with Jean Mitchell; her mother, Masonry ---
Phones,HE 9.2175 and HE 9.2395
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Sally G. Hall; her sister, Mrs.
46 Hi C 303 Stokely
Flagler Beach oz. can
Mary Mitchell; and her brother, I /
Thomas Hall, Jr., and wife. Be-\ ORANGE APPLESAUCE ,
fore returning she plans to visit.
another brother 'in Birmingham DRINK- -3.for 890 2 for 250

.'i- Ala., Mr. Newton Hall and wife.I /

;,::1',r Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smith from II I Rug pS 2/2 can Shurfine.'- Starkist
, Palatka are spending a two- 1pM FRUIT CHUNK STYLE
f't- weeks vacation 'in their home 00 '
COCKTAIL 3 aI TUNA V
,:.". on Ninth Street. fo r can 290
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{, ;' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sindelar
- > and son are on a ten-day trip Service 21/Q Van Camps Crown BrandMUSTARD '
Prompt
to Benvin, Ill., to visit relatives. PORK &
r PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US .
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Mrs. Amelia BEANS 4 I qt.
\ Gilbert and Mrs. for c.
The Tribune
. Mabel Ward left Monday for Flagler
._ ;, three months stay in New York Phone IDlewood 7.3282 I 12 oz. Food KingCATSUP
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I Some May Lose I r-- TIRE TIPS !i I!and break.this makes them likely toI

I (By Pricilla :Meyer) j
ASS Benefits Unless I Harrison suggests that tire-

"Proper pressure preserves tire j pressure should be checked as:

: LOCAr.s 'Applied for SoonThere life," says Dayton Harrison, as- often as once a week. Tread on,

in sociate agricultural engineer a tire that has been underin-
are some people
with the Florida Agricultural Extension Hated is smooth.. on the outer
Flagler County who are going
i I Service.UnderInfiation. edges, while tread marks are-
!to find out that they are "just r.
.. clear in the center.
" i i too late" to get social security overworks automobile -I
1 MRS. CAUDILL FETED TONKINS START ON
I disability insurance benefits if tires. It creates heat I On the other hand, if the tread'is
Ic I! AT A' LUNCHEON CRUISE
MpNDAY I I that weakens the tire cords.
they don't act soon, Mell D. smoother in the center, the-
Mrs. Julian Caudill of Eliza- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tonkin I Eadie, district manager of the Overinflation robs the tire of 'tire has been overinflated.

bethton, Tenn., was honored at of Flagler Beach will sail from I I Daytona Beach Social Security its. ability to absorb road shock. Tires will last longer If they

' a luncheon Tuesday noon at Fort Lauderdale Monday for a Administration, announced to- When a tire is overinflated the always contain the proper pres-

I I' the Bunnell Restaurant and Caribbean Cruise aboard the I I day. cords are stretched too tightly sure.

Coffee Shop. Mrs. William Deen I Santa: Rosa. They expect to be -- ._- --

, was hostess. away about two weeks; This I! "The law established June 30,

Present were Mrs. H. T. Cook, week they have as their house f 1962, as :the cut-off date for accepting .

Mrs.. Robert Bertha, Mrs. Zack guest their cousin, Mrs. K.I i I social security disability FOR SALEFully

Holland, Mrs. Kate Bankston, the Hodge from Par, Cornwall, Eng I i claims from people who have

honoree's mother, Mrs. T. E. Hol- land. I:been disabled for a long time," Automatic Fiberglass Water Softener S11.50 per mo.

, den, Mrs. Caudill and Mrs. De n.I. j I Eadie said. This means that Automatic Steel Water Softener S&50
I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fully per maFully
i those wokers who have been
I.. Copeland one day last *week II Automatic Steel Water Softener 57.00 per mo.
: disabled for number of
Mr. and Mrs. John Cannon and i a years
were Mr. and Mrs. Jess Copeland Semi Automatic Fiberglass Water Softener $8.40 per mo.
and have for social
not
Ben, left the applied
son during past
It I
of Houston, Texas, and Mr.J
weekend for vacation in Atlanta security disability insurance Semi Automatic Steel Water softener 1 cu ft. $7.00 per mo.
a i
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and Mrs. Joe Copeland and son,

r!J, Georgia... Don, of Jacksonville.,. Joe fit benefits payments will lose for themselves monthly bene-and Write, LINDSAY, 1134 Live Oak,. Daytona Beach

\ Mrs. Caroline Swayze is a patient I and Jess are brothers. their dependents and may even Call Daytona CL 2-2220 \,

: in the University of FlorIda -/I Mr. and .Mrs. T. .Holden are lose their rights to any disabil- -

i Teaching Hospital in Gaines leaving today for a visit in I ity insurance benefit payments.Don't .

ville 'for medical treatment. Elizabethton, Tenn., with their I j
wait until the last min J
son in Jaw and daughter, Mr.I
ute. If you are disabled and ,I CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
r Guests of Mrs. Flossie Richard and Mrs. Julian Caudill and
have worked at least 5 years under -
J. son for the past ten days were family.Mrs. .
I social security, get in touch I A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director
U' her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
Naomi Hosford underwent with the Daytona Beach Social,I JOHN HARDIN. Associate
Zook of Fort Lauderdale.Mrs. .
(t, surgery att he local hospital Security office at 126 Bay Street t
AIR OXYGEN
Monday. Visiting here with and file a claim to protect your LADY
,r Nazhla Trad has returned I
her during the weekend through rights under the disability In- CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
to her ,home after receiving I ATTENDANT /
I Wednesday was her daughter in surance program If you knowof AMBULANCES ,
,
medical treatment at St. Vincent's -
law, Mrs. Jerry Hosford of Or anybody who is disabled-I
It. Hospital in Jacksonville any friend, relative, or neighbor Phone ID 7-3532 ,

I I for several days. him to get in touch
r lando.THE I urge 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL.. FLORIDA
with the social security office. W
I t Mr. and'Mrs. Lyle Peterson of BOOK NOOKTHE

i Winter Haven. and daughters, 'I I Don't wait because you think .
VOICE OF BUGLE ANN
;: Julie and Jonie, of Winter Haven (By McKinley Kantor) il that you might not meet the re 24 HourWrecker ..x...
t: spent Sunday here visiting quirements and don't worry a- Service
Her voice was something to
with Mrs. Flossie Richardson.Mr. I bout the details of medical re
dream about on night when
any I ports or other evidence. The important -
she was running through the I Truck & Tractor Co.
and Mrs. Ed Copeland, Mr. I thing is to have signedan Flagler
hills. The first moment she wasold
and Mrs. Carlton Johnston, and I application by the deadline- MASSEY-FERGUSON :
enough to boast and individual ; I
Debby and Ronnie, were in Jack- June 30, 1962.
sonville with voice, Springfield Davis.! ... -- '-. ;- ,... -- .Grove. .-.Farm Industrial Equipment .
Sunday visiting '
t Mr. Copeland's mother, Mrs. swore' that she would be a great Bones of the mastodons and I Bunnell, Florida Phones: Day ID 7-3242 ;
dog, and within another monthhe
I' Alice Copeland.Mrs. Elephas Colombi have been Night ID 7-3529
had given her the name she
I found in thebig cave at Florida's .VIRGIL DECKER RALPH DECKER
carried so proudly. I
Gladys Deen had as her Silver Springs more than 60 feet Owner Parts&Shop Manager
guests over the weekend her Springfield Davis was a good below the surface. .
man. Every one that hunted
grandchildren, Patricia and
knew him and his dogs Sprin
f
Kathy Hosford and Dell Connley
i Davis knew and loved his dogs.I
of Orlando. i
,You wouldn't think that a man i
. . . . like that could ever be tried for iI

murder, or become a convict. I
R. MOODY To find out more about Spring \

f Davis and to read about the !

,'i PAINTING dogs as they hunted out Chilly io

Phone ID 7-3240 Branch Hollow, with Bugle Ann's I I

BUNNELL, FLORIDA cry echoing against the black- j

ness of the sky, then I sugest
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I for you to read the Voice of I !
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I w+wr TO Pt tEA Bugle Pee Ann.Wee Knight- 915 ;

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wIAN w wTEa:..J CARD OF THANKS

I We wish to express our appreciation fjPj I&

fi for the comforting words .J I

J I and messages, kind deeds, and '

I (; ; beautiful flowers from our many GENERAL ELECTRIC ,_ r
wonderful friends in the loss of
11iSAYrHls e
: our husband and father. A J ]_ COMBINATIONici

Also we would like to express AUTOMATIC DEFROSTREFRIGERATOR ;
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our thanks to the doctors and

nurses at the Flagler Clinic and

Hospital here and the Universityof ;
I a
i Florida Teaching Hospital in
IS Gainesville.
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visits, and flowers sent during' zero-degree freezer

my stay in the hospital. Your e Handy door shelves store even

I thoughtfulness is appreciatedvery tallest bottles

much.Camilla Model Fits like a built-in . magic f i I

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TRIBUNE BUNNELL ', '
FLORIDA
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q ws dJ.loIJMa i tered palms will_ .be earned .I soil. A rented rototiller will dothe stalks down. I feet of lawn will the- !
urge
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while raking and clearing grass ..
away job in a hurry.
'(By Hervey Sharp surface trash. This will include I I Planting to spread at top speed. Frequent : I
mowing of the
What to Planti sprigged grass
removal of plaster lime
or more Methods of planting are sod, will .I
.
keep the 'from
"My new home is fineexceptfor tar deposits. These materials, if i I There's no ideal grass. All sprig, plug and seed. Sod is the and rows ridging I

the lawn." These words have left in the soil will make itj i I I the' popular grasses will give I ImmedIate answer to ground up tend to make the grass I
spread faster.
been lamtented' thoUsands of alkaline and will give you grief]I adequate ground cover with reasonable I cover, but it is the most expensive .:':

times. later. 1' care. Selection of a I method. Grass plugs When the lawn gets well established 'I

grass is a matter of personal cover ,about one-third the area switch to an organic '

Hundreds of' new mortgage By this time you should be'I[preference and consideration of the equivalent amount of sprigs and mineral nutrient program. I

:holders write to the Universityof acquainted with every inch of the soil. Using the soil testing information ','.
will The area around the '
cover.
Florida seeking an answer to I l your domain and be able to put i I as a guide, plus visual inspection "
The zoysia grasses have. won plug becomes turfy and densea -
their problem. They find that ;!
your landscaping plans on pa- your lawn will need 1
I i acclaim for texture but of this method.
disadvantage
there is no simple answer be- per. All you need is a scale I require 2 to 4 plant food applications :'
much care and good soil. Cen- Bermuda, St. Agustine, centi- .
cause each lawn is an individual of the
drawing buildings, trees\ per year. Amounts, time and 1
tipede is "poor man's" grass pede, carpet and bahia are
problem. and other features will
of with
your prop. rates vary the soil and
that does well on sandy soil sprigged on 8 to 12-inch centers.
erty. location in the state.
Home owners with a nice with small amounts of fertilizers Slower growing zoysiagrass .

bank balance usually let the local Graph paper will do fine for and few mowings. St Augustine should 'be sprigged at 4 to 6-1 As mentioned before, none of '

landscaper handle the probe the initial "art work." While I rates good, but is subject to inch centers. If you desire to the currently available lawn

# lem because it is hard work get making your plans, rememberto I chinch bugs. Common Bermuda seed the area, sow 2 to 3 poundsof I grasses are a perfect answer to "

ting a green carpet started keep the lawn area free' of is fine textured and tolerates centipede, carpet or bahia a gardener's dream. This is why ;

around the house. unnecessary shrubs. Not only salty spray but requires high seed per 1000 square feet of area. I|research centers, like the University

But if you are the average new will this give your new mortgagea maintenance. The Bahia grasses Plenty of water and monthly I of Florida, are busy attempting -

home owner, you'll take the do- spick-and-span look but it I form a loose turf that takes con- applications of 3 pounds of am- ,[ to develop better
for home
it-yourself approach. The first will make lawn mowing easier I I stant mowing ,to keep 'seed monium nitrate per 1000 squarer I grasses owners.IN .

big ,job is to grub out all the later on.After THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
I II II FLAGLER COUNTY
FLORIDA
undesirable items that the I
contractor's IJ IN CHANCERY NO. 4464
a big rain check: for standing TOMMY, C. BENTLEY
bulldozer failed to J
water and;' if needed, grade Plaintiff

gouge out. I I and level; the lot. For better ANN R. BENTLEY.vs. .
The next several sets of blis- looks Defendant.
and
for drainage, slope NOTICE TO DEFEND
the earth away from the house. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:

CLASSIFIEDADS! On level land, this is nearly I ANN 111 Barnes R. BENTLEY Street

impossible; but try for at least I You Reidsville.are hereby North notified Carolina that a

one foot of slope per 100 feet suit has been filed aglnst you In
the above entitled cause; and you
of lawn.
are hereby required to file you an-
swer with the Clerk of this
Court,
:Soil,testing should be included and to 'nerve a copy thereof upon
Listing under thU heading are I in your plans. The test will the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
3 cents per word each Insertion* whose name and address is:
75 cent, U minimum charge. show you the plant food requirements .. W. L. WADSWORTH
r : P. O. Box 396
for growing a good lush
SELL OR TRADE 51 Bunnell Florida
Dodge II green lawn. not later than June 28th A. D.. 1962.
truck 1% ton 12' van, body. Sell If you fail to do, decree pro con-
On sandy soil add about three fesso will be entered against you
trade for Dozer work. Barto
or I for the relief demanded in the bill
7 mil. north Flagler Beach, AlA. cubic yards of organic matter of suit complaint. The nature of said
being for divorce.
1000' feet of lawn
per square
WITNESS
614.3tp my hand and seal of
area. This will promote better said Court this 25th day qf May,
A. D. 1962. .
GOING OVERSEAS-. For 'sole grass growth.: Peat, compostedcrop (Official Seal) E.: A. SMYTHE

'1956.. 'Pontiac sedan, good condition residues ,or similar organic Clerk of said Circuit Court
CIRCLES . A new way to combat traffic congestion is tried By Julia R. Harvey
hydromatic, radio, heater, materials are recommended. Mix with this "second-story" traffic circle in downtown Deputy Clerk
Stuttgart, May 31 & June 7-U-21-4tc
undercoated. Mrs. John Zysk, the organic material into the West Germany.

1431 S. Flagler, Flagler Beach. NOTICE OF PROCEEDINGS FOR
THE CLOSING OF ROADS
June 7-2tp TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
YOU WILL TAKE NOTICE that
FOR SALE 10 nice lots the Board of County Commissioners -
on of Flagler
County Florida, upon -
North Daytona Ave., Flagler petition of RA YONIER.' INCOR-
ORATED a corporation organized
Beach, Florida being lots 7-8-9, under the Laws of the State of
block 3 Model Land Delaware and authorized to do
Company business In the State of Florida
Subdivision; lots 7-8-9-10, block will at 9:00 o'clock A. M.. on the ,
2nd day of July 196%. at the County
4, Model Land Company Subdi Courthouse in Flagler County

vision; lots 5.6.7, block 5, Model Florida consider and determine
whether or not the County will vacate -
Land Company Subdivision. No abandon. discontinue and

down payment, just $5.00 per lot close right and of renounce the County and and disclaimany the

per month, plus 6% interest, public in and to any land or interest -
therein
acquired for road
'will sell as one parcel, or in of county highway purposes and

three parcels as per block. B.A. the renounce County and and disclaim public any in right and of to

Bolt n, P.O. Box 718, St. Augustine any land or Interest therein delineated -
upon any map or plat recorded -
Florida.June 7-4tc in Flagler County, l Florida
0. which said road is more particularly -
SEPTIC TANK described as follows:
-cleaning reasonable
: That county road that runs
rates. George Jarosz, phoneID in Westerly direction from
U. S. Hy. No. 1 at a point approximately -
7.3410 5.17-11.17
-paid 9 miles North of i
Bunnell. to the Florida East
EXPERT REPAIR SERVICEOn Coast Railway Company right-
BIGC'APACTYROOM of-way; said road lying in the
TV, Radios, Hi-Fi, Sewing Northwest Quarter NW/4) of
Section 33, Township 10 South,
Machines Vacuum Cleaners and
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/' Range 30 East

,, all small appliances. All work I IiIJu.a. AIRCONDITIONER APPEAR PERSONS AND INTERESTED BE HEARD MAY AT

guaranteed. Ormond Hardware, THE TIME AND PLACE ABOVE

50 W. Granada next 7-Eleven .; SPECIFIED.BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS-

Ormond Beach, Fla. Phone 677- MODEL RHI01B SIONERS OF FLAGLER
COUNTY FLORIDA.
4414. :May 17-tfc 16.300 BTU/Hr < Got a BIG-SIZE By S/ John A. Clegg Chairman
Cooling Capacity ATTEST: SE.. A. Smythe. Clerk
HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bedroom, cooling job to do? June 14-Itc

large living, dining area, car Fits most windows NOTICE OF EXCIIANGf OF
Here's extra-big to cool PROPERTY
large
power areas
port and utility room CBS on 1
,
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN
I through the wall where you work, play or entertain. Yes, that the
100 x 105 comer lot, 311 South . or Board of County Commis-
and: quiet, too! sioners of Flagler County. Florida
Forsyth Street. 1-25-tf having found that
, Only 25 wide, 20%" hh 19'A" deep ,Ventilates-provides fresh air,with or Lots 1, 2. 7, 8. 9. 10. 11 and 12,
FOR RENT OR SALE-3 bedroom without cooling. Block 163. Lots 11 and 1%. Block
125 and Lots 2. 3. 10 and 11.
house at north end of Palmetto Filters-removes most dust and pollen Block 166. City of Bunnell. as
.NEMA THIS IS A FACSIMILE OF THE \ per plat Book 1 at page 2, pub-
I Flagler Beach, on boat NEMA SEAL When the actual seal is from the air. lic records of Flagler County

canals, cool pleasant living, exceptional affixed to a room air conditioner, it signDehumidifleswrings gallons.of are Florida.no longer needed for county

value, beautiful interior tics that the nameplate BTU/Hr cooling .capacity is moisture per day from hot humid air. purposes and that
t i and .exterior the National Electrical Manufacturers Part of Tracts 7. 10 and 11.
$90.00 certified
per accurate by Infinite, Fan-Speed Control- Block B. Section 14. Township
I month for September 1 occu Association. 12 South Range 30 East
select speed from quiet SLOW to
any are needed for county purposes as
: pancy. Contact present rentersor .. . a described in
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Block 163. Lots 11 and 12. Block
I. loafing. Day, week or month. 125 and Lots 2, 3. 10 and 11.

l Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. THAN ONE ROOM AS $400.' Block per Plat 166.Book City 1 of at Bunnell.page 2 as of

HE 9-2082 7.6tf LOW AS week County.the public FloridaIn records of Flagler

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Block B. Section 14. Township
BEACH REALTY CO. 12 Sodth. Range 30 East as described -
There nothing "just as good as" General Electric In Deed Book 52 at
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LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT Page 310 of the public recordsof
WATER Flagler County. Florida

, ACREAGE FRONF. FARMS APPEAR PERSONS AND BE INTERESTED HEARD AT MAY THE
Harris & Gas Co. TIME AND PLACE ABOVE SPECI-
See us for your'real estate needs Appliance FIED.BOARD '

I Office Phone HE 9.2242 OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF FLAGLER
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1 Thursday, Ju e,14, 1962 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN.

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Col. John Glenn 'Gets I II on April 9, 1962. I Improvement Noted I per cent. Despite the marked I Wakulla 91.7; Gilchrist 9L5: ;

I improvement in the educational Walton 91.3; Citrus and Lafayette '
Colonel Glenn was cited "for
attainment Floridians, 22 other 91.1 Marion 90.8 Highlandsand
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Award
Geographic extraordinary contributions to I Florida Residents I
states were higher in 1960. Levy 90.6; St Johns 90.2 and

I I' Astronaut John H. Glenn, Jr., scientific knowledge of the I The median ''years of school I Nassau stood right on 90."
the, world and beyond, as a pioneer*I Educational LevelThe
first American to orbit the I Floridians
completed by aged
in the of
exploring ocean
f' earth, has been presented with He is the twenty-first recipientof space. educational level of Flor- 25 years and over stood at 10.9 The first cattle in Florida were*

C the National Geographic Society's the medal. ida residents has improved remarkably in 1960, Just over the national landed in 1520 by Ponce de Leon. l S!
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I i highest award for exploration during the past ten average of 10.6. This median in

and research. I Society President Melville Bell years and now stands above the dicates the midpoint, one-half ....j
The Grosvenor likened the Marine national average, as measuredby having completed more and one- Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune (
presentation of the Hub- 1 I' $ 50 A Year In
Advance
Corps flyer to "the great explorers number of years of half less schooling. i
bard Medal was made by Vice]j 1 __-_ I
President B. I of the past-Columbus, ,Ma- ing completed, the SChOOl-I "Brevard and Okaloosa counties i
Lyndon Johnson in ORMOND PRESCRIPTION
.ceremonies at the National)t gellan i Cook-and in our own I Chamber of Commerce stood first in the state with PHARMACYSick

Guard Armory in Washington! time to men like Sir Edmund I "In 1940, only 15 per cent of medians of 12.1 years of school. Room Supplles-Sundrles

Hillary and Admiral Richard- E. Florida's population had com- Other counties above the state HOSPITAL SUPPLIES.

Byrd. 1_I pleted four years of high school average were Broward and Leon 24;Hour Prescription Service .
11.9;'' Orange 11.8; Sarasota 11.6; Free in BeachRt.
Delivery Flagler
Glenn-Recounts Flight or more. By 1950, the proportion
I AlA 1 mL North of
'Dade
Alachua and Volusia 11.5
: was 21 per cent The 1960 ; ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661
:6q The invitation audience of 6- J census placed the figure at 43 'Palm Beach 11.3; Bay and Pi-

000 included chiefs fdlplomatlcI per cent in that year, comparedwith nellas 11.1; and Seminole an THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized

j.: NIMI missions, members of Congress, I national even 11.'These. .
a average of 41 Evlnrude Dealer ,
BY, I leading government officials, counties are all 'heavily -I
BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS j
t NEIEN NAIEE7 and Washington area members I populated by relatively new
us,, we will solve space's more Dockage Storage Free Ramp
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of the f Society. .. I.residents or are the locations ,of WE FINANCE
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i complicated problems. II..large. universities. The evidence
> ,Colonel Glenn a vivid account I 825 Ballough RdDaytonaUPHOLSTERY
gave
Delicious Food Tricks .
is strong, therefore, that much
Have you tried combining two I of his epochal triple or- Peaceful Purpose DemonstratedThe .
of the state's advance in educational -
vegetables for flavor and appearance bit of the earth on February 20. I,
vice president continued: ; attainment comes from
?Try carrots and lima beans, I Accompany his ''speech was the
'"We have the courage and prideto out-of-staters who gained their
with creamed
a spinach ring
first I
public showing of the ,Na-
mushrooms or French fried onions attempt our space explora- :educations elsewhere. Further,
and green beans. tional Aeronautics and Space tions with all the world as wit- 87 per cent of Florida young people I j

Mayonnaise can be used to .replace Administration's color film of ness. The glaring spotlight of , aged 14 through 16, were WORK DONE
shortening for pastry In a flight in Friendship 7. publicity turned upon our first in school in 1960, slightly below I
topping for chicken or fish pie if
I
suborbital and orbital flights the national of 87.4
The astronaut compared Unit- average per
you like the different flavor. Be
certain it's, mayonnaise for its fat I ed States space efforts to the could not have been a more cent. The state ranked 32nd in I FREE ESTIMATES
content rather than salad dressing. first airplane fights at ,Kitty tangible demonstration that our this respect.
Chicken salad? Add to it some Hawk. space program is committed to "Smaller Florida counties, pop-

chopped green pepper and finely the peaceful use of space for all ulationwise, had a larger pro-1 FREE DELIVERYCALL
minced hard-cooked egg for a Colonel Glenn reminded his mankind." portion of youths in school than

change. audience that because of a mal where work .
city areas \
United States science opporI ID 7-3111
function in a low-torque thrusterat space I
tunitles are more of a .
HELEN'S FAVORITE: the end of the first orbit, it and research, he said, are focused schoool attendance. Mil* fc i i 81 "
Thirty-five
Sour Cream Dressing in five major fields:
was necessary to control the
; counties topped the state Riverside
(Makes tt cup) av \
weather, communications, navigation
spacecraft manually for the last
of these
Highest
2 were
tablespoons sugar erage.
and medicine.
mapping,
1/4 teaspoon salt two orbits. Sumter ,with '95.5 per cent and
I Thirty-two U. S. satellites. are I FurnitureNOTHING'S
1/16 -
teaspoon peppet116 He confided that perhaps his now circling the globe. Washington with 94 per cent.

2 tablespoons teaspoon vinegar dry mustard biggest thrill was seeing four Gulf had 92; Okeechobee 91.8; - . . . . . -

1/2 cup dairy sour cream sunsets in one day-three in or-
-, Blend dry seasonings with bit and one on board the recovery
:, vinegar and gradually beat in ship.
sour cream. This Is especially .; : '
MORE WONDERFUL MORE DEPENDABLE
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good on cole slaw. Vice President Johnson said, )

"The exploration of space is a THAN FLAMELESS YEAR-ROUND '

Sliced bananas with chocolate firm .feature of our ,Nation's: .
pudding make a tasty fining for -- --
shell baked. .policy and purpose. '
pie already \ electric
Maple flavoring 'and diced "John Glenn's flight is only air-conditioning 'C F
roasted almonds added to a
the beginning of America's man-
cookie dough which has a high
butter content make flavorful I in-space program," he said. "In
concoctions.For time, an American astronaut Like bringing cool, crisp, mountain air caused ,fatigue and tensions. Living in

a change from last minute will orbit the earth for 24 hours. : inside-that's Electric Air-Conditioning. an air-conditioned home is both healthful '

rolls or biscuits for dinner served I I Then, for a: week. After that, an 1 Magic climate control at your:fingertips! and pleasant. .

thinly sliced nut or banana bread. American will orbit the moon. The greatest comfort your home can have.
Pineapple chunks, bananas, And thrifty year-round Electric Air-Con-
fresh dates and strawberries, if And then, a dream man has had A modem Flameless Electric AirConditioning is really two comforts in one

desired make a lovely salad with since the dawn of history will ditioner does so much more than justcools in summer, warms in winter, all
l whipped cream, toasted coconut come true: an astronaut will
cooL It draws out the excess.moisture from one compact unit.
and a bit of sour cream. ( land on the moon.
and eliminates the uncomfortable, sticky
, : Cherry cobblers and kuchen are nameless, dependable Electric Air-Co n-
As we use our Nation's indus- humidity., It helps prevent dampness
tastier if off'
much you use some ditioning is tried and proven..enjoyed
j the canned maraschino cherry I trial and scientific genius to and mildew It filters the air, frees it by a half-million of Florida neigh-
juice with sour cherries in them. master the world that surrounds from dust and pollen, and brings relief. your
It's the best buy under the sun.
r :# from allergies.
Now's the time to see your electric appli-

It. ,Children eat better,sleep better,are less vance dealer or air-conditioning contractor

':: irritable. You say goodbye heatfor better-than-ever values, easy terms.V..ir .

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.Summer Band Din of 20th Century j I i j near Seek trees.immediate shelter when I VACATIONS ,


Program Starts Noise Shatters EarsThe I you are caught by an electrical Are you taking your 'rotation trip without adequate ;
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.storm. Your car offers safe refuge insurance protection? For short-term or long-term I
blast Joshua's trum- from lightning, as does a
from
I
Next, Monday trip-surance, see us. Wherever you go whenever you
pets may not have crumbled the i building with a lightning projection go. However you go-GO PROTECTED. _
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The summer band program be walls of Jericho, but the ,roarof ; system. I II i

gins on Monday, June 18 and today's rocket engines can.I Stay away from electrical SEE H. T. COOK AGENCY

continues for six weeks. The be destroy spacecraft. I equipment and don't use metal j tI General Insurance
ginning band student has a I Since rocket noises can set off items during the storm. I Ij BUNNELL FLORIDA

minimum of two lessons each vibrations violent enough to j j Keep away from isolated trees, J

.each week for which there is no threaten the self-destruction of wire fences, small sheds in exposed I' "' -- .. . .. .... ... . .. . .
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charge. The only expense will. a spaceship, aerospace engineershave places, hilltops and wide ( "

fre the rental of a band instru built a giant' siren for pre- open areas. } FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT

ment If the student does not al flight tests of space equipmentfor According to the U.S._Weather '

ready own ,one. the Government. The siren, Bureau, Florida has more daysof AMBULANCE

New students will meet in located in the Rocky :Mountains electrical, storms than any pHQNEVAJIey41625

the Bandroom, at Bunnell High near Denver, is the world's most other state; and most of the SERVICE

School on Monday morning, powerful. It produces a sound lightning occurs in the late aft ST..AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA

June 18th. At this time instruments level of 172 decibels-more thana ernoon and evening.
Garcia Ambulance.
Never be hesitant about calling a We
will be available for rental million times the level that I July and August are the !
I months with the greatest number are always at your service with promptness. safety and
and students may sign up for causes ear pain. J
their: summer lessons. Parents Man-made Thunder of thunderstorms. experience. ,,'
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who want their children to be- Destructive .noise is nothingnew
According to Pettis, if you I Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
gin on an instrument, should for people living below air ,
know where and when to look ,
i notify the 'band director, Walter space where supersonic jets must II for lightning and, follow these I II Garcia Funeral Home
Morris, before Monday, June 18, regularly fly, says the National ,
in order for the instruments! to Geographic Society. I common sense safety rules, your 1 P. E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral Director
chances of being hit are one in
be available at that time for The sonic boom of jets passing i LADY ASSISTANTWVWAVWV :
I a million. I
:rental. I through the sound barrier . .. ,. . . .. . . . . ..
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Students, already in the band, can shatter household windows. 1! -

have,scheduled their lessons and Jets have been blamed for

band rehearsal times prior to cracking buildings and jarring e a
the:close of school. The remaining church organs, out of tune. "If variety is the spice of your life, see the choice selection of

lesson times are now reserved -' An irate woman in Washington PICK buys now at your Chevrolet dealer's One-Stop Shopping
for beginning band stu State claimed that a jetfighter's Center. One of those new' Chevrolets, Chevy II's or Corvairs

dents. thunder clap blew out a Chevy should suit: you perfectly and.spare your budget any strain!

all her radio tubes, frightenedher We wouldn't presume to tell you which one to buy, but your

I baby rabbits to death, and PACK Chevrolet dealer has more ways of helping you make up your

caused her chickens to, lay eggs mind. Like- the Jet-smooth Chevrolet Impala, luxurious,

, Work CompleteOn the size of marbles. up the family extremely comfortable, undoubtedly the best riding car in its

Careful studies by the United & field; the Chevy II,Nova, lively, lovely, and inexpensive! too;

Road 100Work States Air Force have shown, the Corvair Monza, a famtly'car that rather thinly disguises its

however, that sonic boom does desire to be a sports car; and the Corvette, America's out-and-

on a $199,802 road Improvement not crack plaster or start earth- out sports car. As you,see, your Chevrolet dealer has just the

project in Flagler and quakes as some alarmists have tonic for that "let's go traveling" look

tunam Counties has been completed claimed* in your eye. And, what's nice about

the State Road Depart- But noise was credited with buying one, you won't have to juggle mf F '

ment announced Monday.A. I amazing feats long before the traveling your-life around to afford it. You know?
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Max Brewer of Titusville, I supersonic age. .

road board member for District I I I By tradition, Caruso could ,destroy -

Five, said the 22.7 mile project glass chandeliers with his

was on State, Road 20 and 100 I I high' tenor voice.A .

between Bunnell and U. S. 17 at'San family Buffalo, New York,

"Mateo., 1 1 I saw their television screen shatter Yk: 4. :n..
Work on this project included when a violinist, on a musical -

leveling and resurfacing of the program held a high note, ..

eXisting pavement. playing "Smoke Gets In Your

'Macasphalt Corporation of Eyes." I
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Lakeland started work on this A pistol shot or even the crackof

project last April. a whip can set up vibrationsthat

will trigger a snow ava-
The first known photograph of lanche. Swiss legend has it that

a. living person. was made in the dulcet tones of a cello once : F'iiy..... ......
1539. A study by Daguerre, it touched off a major slide.

:showed a Parisian gentleman Deafening Noises

getting a shoeshine at a street The effect of noise on the human -

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stand. ., .
: a -
Scientists
., .. body is being studied. :
now realize that over- .
NOTICE whelming waves of sound crash-
Uotlce Is hereby given that the ::1
Board of County Commissioners of ing against the ear can injure
Flagler County is planning to con-
of the hearing apparatus.
struct a new,dwelling for the Road parts :
Superintendent at the County Stock- "Boilermake's Ear," a descriptive

ade.The Board is interested in receivIng term for work-incurred deaf-

written parties applications capable from of full Interested ness, is common in noisy jobs. A bS '
time supervising the constructionand Although the 20th century ;
of performing on-the-job work. of -; --p: ...
Applications must be received by has been dubbed the Age -
the 22nd day of June. A.D. 1962 Noise, people have coped with
not later than the hour of 8:00 rly :.
'....M. o'clock in the office of the the problem of unwanted sound hf. '
Clerk of the Circuit Court in the :
civiliza-
Flakier County Courthouse. since the beginning of
Please state rates of pay expected tion, the National Geographic.
for supervision and on-the-job '
-work. Plans for the building can Society says.
be Inspected at the Clerk's office
When the wheel invented
was -
'Flagler County' Courthouse during
Tegular office hours. Bronze Age citizens doubtless : h i'i'S '''l II
The Board reserves' the right to -
eJect any and all applications.Dated objected to the creak and rattle.A .
at Bunnell. Florida this
locomotives
were
4th" day of June. A. D. 1962. century ago,
JOHN A CLEGG. Chairman. vilified for waking babies, stop-
ATTEST
K. A. SMTTHE. Clerk Board of ping chickens from laying eggs,
County Commissioners of Flag- and cows from giving milk.
ler County. Florida.
June 7-14-2tc I As for Joshua and the battle

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF of Jericho, scientific evidence
FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN does indicate that the "walls
CHANCERY NO. 4466
EDWARD J. CARTER. came tumbling down." But mod-

vsCATHERINE Plaintiff. ern archeologists blame a time-

T. CARTER.Defendant. ly earthquake-not a trumpet

NOTICE TO DEFEND blast.
THE STATE OP FLORIDA. TO:
CATHERINE T. CARTER
Place of residence unknown
You are hereby notified that a ?
suit has been filed against you in Lightning Fright
the above entitled cause; and you
=are hereby required to file your answer (By Pricilla Meyer) ,j.l
with the ,Clerk of this Court .
the and plaintiff to nerve, or a plaintiffs copy thereof attorney upon Lighting strikes somewhere on, Four Sun V Fun ways. to get away shown top to bottom) are the Cortetie, Conair- Monza Coupe,

whose H.name T. Cook and address Is; earth about '100 times every sec- Chery II Nora Station Wagon and Chnrokt Impala Sport Sedan.

Bunnell. Florida ond. But according to A. M. Pet-
-not: later, than1,July 5. A.D. 1962.
If fall to do so. decree pro tis, safety leader with the Flor-
you
Now leaulifvl "buying days at local authorized Chevrolet dealefs Golden Sales JubtttelHALLTUMUN
confesso will be entered against ida Agricultural Extension.Service .., your. .
. you for the relief demanded in the r J
bill of complaint.: The nature of it's not likely to strike anyone 4 .
jaaid suit being for divorce. -
' 'WITNESS my- hand and seal of who follows these safety
vald Court. this 1st day of June rules. )
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\)\.D. 1362. ,
(Official Seal) said SMTTHEClerk Do not swim or ride In. small CHEVROLET COMPANY
: .of Circuit Court .
J3y Julia R- Harvey boats during a thunderstorm.Do .
June. .T-U-U.U-4tc- Deputy Clerk. not stand in open, fields or TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 BUNNELL, FLORIDA




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