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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: July 5, 1962
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Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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': VOLUME 50, NO. 26 : BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1962 $2.50A YEAR
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t '. Kaye Harriett I Rotary Club To I I.I Lions Stage I CONSERVE FLAGLER BEACH WATER TO. I i,Housing Report -


Miss East Coast I Install OfficersThe Twelfth Annual requested Flagler Beach to curtail water the users use are o* I!Made Monday "

Rotary Club of Bunnell city water the next several days,

\f' Beauty Queen i will begin its 1962-663 Rotary Ladies Night town officials said today. II To CommissionThe
fear with the installation of of. The town is in the process oij

..' Miss Kaye Harriett of Palatka ; ficers on Thursday, July 5, at I I The twelfth annual Ladies'j repairing repainting and clean- City Commissioners voted
f.: won the title of "Miss Florida I'' the luncheon meeting. I Night and Installation of the II ing the water tank. During this'I I at their meeting Monday night :
<' East Coast"". In the fourth annual I Outgoing president, John A.I Bunnell Lions Club was held time residents are asked not to I I(to ,advertise for bids for drilling

.'.' contest held Tuesday evening in Cannon Jr., will preside during last' Thursday night at the Bun- use sprinklers and othenvise to test wells for the water system.
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E L Flagler Beach The contest is the first 'part of the meeting nell Civic Center. George Miles conserve city water. N Bids call for three-inch ca-
.: held in connection with the annual during which he will review i Moody was installed as the new sings with a minimum depth of

-0' Independence Day Celebra1 briefly the work of the club I'I president. i OPEN HOURS FOR 200 feet and a maximum of 400

tion held there.Seventeen during the past year, and offer Retiring president Robert Cook feet in depth. The bids will be
CITY DUMP GATEThe
., young women from suggestions to the members and presided at the dinner meetingand gate to the city dumping I I received at the commissioners
f" various sections'ofthe: state com incoming officers about ways I I presented the gavel to the ground will be opened each meeting July 16. r

, peted for the top. title-Miss I and means of continuing and new president. Fred Fruits was Monday and Friday from 8 1 Frank Boswell, sanitation of-
l Coastand it was improving activities of Rotary I I Iin[ charge of entertainment and
Florida East A.M. to 5 P.M., and on Wednesday ficer for the Flagler County . ,
, won by Miss: Kaye Harriett, a in the community. pulled many stunts which delighted from 12 noon to 5 P.1\1. Health Department presented
r' brown eyed, .brown haired miss Cannon will then present Rotary -. the Lions and their I The city is asking residents a report on the recent surveyof

t.; :from Palatka. She was sponsored pins to incoming presidentJohn guests. I to cooperate in observing these non-white residential areas of

: : by the Flagler Committee of Canakaris Ray Sturman, VV. L. Spicer Jr., presented the days and hours. in taking ,gar- Bunnell. The commissioners Will
:;. One Hundred. treasurer and Tom Lenssen sec. adies with lovely lapel pins bage to the dump ground. present results of this survey to
The two riinnersup were Miss retary. with a small Lion emblem embedded the Housing Authority' Flagler ,i:

. Sudye Renee Kawalski of Orlando Following the presentations, in the center. Walter MALPHURS RUNS County for study of the housing I
t a brunette* :with.* hazel 'the outgoing president will officially Morris led the group In. singingold I I needs. --ri
sponsored1 the present the gavel to incoming familiar BEAUTY CONTESTSUCCESSFULLY
t, eyes. She was by songs. Mr. Boswell said the survey
Drinkwater 'rand Partin Well president ,John Canaka' The installation service ,was covered a total of 171 calls which
drilling'''Co.. of Union Park. ris who will assume the leader performed by Earl Ziebarth, International The Fourth Annual Miss Flor included three apartment

" The'.other was Miss Patti Pen- I ship of the club for the coming Counselor. He referred , ida East Coast Beauty Contest Muses, 157 other houses, and ,
nington, a beautiful blonde'with year. Canakaris will speak to the program and activities at Flagler Beach, held Tuesday 11 vacancies. The total popula-
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blue eyes from Ormond Beach. briefly the club regarding his of the Bunnell Lions evening there, was again successfully tion included in this survey was .
She was sponsored by Ruth and program for the 'year. Club over the past years. managed by Sam' Mai- :approximately 713.

Leons Sportswear of Daytona Other members of the board of Officers installed were GeorgeM. phurs and Associates.. It appeared The city entered into a con

Beach. directors for the ensuing year .Moody,'president L. L. Bran- to have been witnessed bya tract with Charles Sieg for a .
Miss Pennington gathered another are Rob. Deen, Coy Harris, and nam, L. 'H. Church and Jimmy larger crowd than any of ,the 10-year maintenance of the city" }

, honor-:that of Miss Con- Duke_ McDaniel.. f .' Kelley, first econd'and third previous contests., Water tank. The contract calls 'j \
: geniality-voted such by othercontestants. vice ,presidents. Levi Drady was I Although the beauty contest. for annual inspection, repairing, .:. ;
installed !as treasurer and JohnA. ants are young women who are and full repainting of the tank,: reach
: After the preliminary judgingof Three CountiesIn : Clegg as secretary. Serving mostly participating in their first fifth year.. The annual cost :f'-;,
all contestants,. these five 'as Tail Twister will be Fred contest the event could become a is $288.00. ' t!

were brought back: JoAnn 'Mor Florida First'Irkgri Fruits and Wjllard- Tucker' as major attraction with ''the full The commissioners reportedthat E I I

. ris of Bunnell; Patti Pennington. Lion Tamer.Bo"swell cooperation of Flagler county mosquito fogging' had begun j
" .Ma9_ a et Qr O. 'CUInY f ; T A qtt; c- l .m: citizens.... : Eac1\;;the :previous*wfnj' .. .[Monday, They also ..dis-* " .-1;
;;:- Sudye Kowalski and .Kay ,' Har- ;' etfi '13tiiks; A-W- n ii. '" MH"tit1nlls TI rrda cussed* purchase of a 300-gallon -. mil I{

riett. Miss Morris and Miss Hale Tucker, and O. C. Shelton, Jr. East Coast- has gone on to win mixing tank and equipment from
Florida Polk II
Three counties ;
,'. were eliminated and the final Palm Beach and Marion, won In his acceptance speech Presi- further 'honors hi major contests, :the East .Flagler Mosquito Control a
t' three were selected by the three dent Moody pointed out his .desire -I thus giving Flagler Beach and Board. They voted to in- -
first the counties "
places alj
among
women judges. to give active leadership in Flagler county much desirable spect the tank Tuesday after-
\. in the nation in seven ag-
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t! Before the contest began the many activities of the Lions publicity. noon.
gricultural categories during
audience was entertained by Club during the coming year.
1959K the Florida State Chamberof Counties Receive
seven preteen: girls called the He outlined his plans for more.
Commerce s
Beach*, Flagerettes-in a reports. varied programs, several Ladies County Board "
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" Flagler "The official tally on the 100 I 1I / ,
* bation twirling number that' Nights during the year, for : Record AmountOf I "
top counties in the nation just "
I drew much applause. The girls released, ranked Polk County in more group singing at meetings i Has RoutineMeet
V Vicki Moore Patricia for a Lions minstrel and he offered I I
., were
FundsState
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: four number one spots: value of Racing
P .. League Sandra and Derese a suggestion for changing
y fruits sold, number of orange
l/ Owens Ann 'Meekins, Eleanor trees and tons of oranges and the food arrangements so that: Comptroller Ray E. Green Monday
Shill and Susie Peterson. better meals could be served. reported today the current racing Commissioners
r grapefruit produced. Palm Beach !! The Board of County
; Although the beauty contestants was first, in both snapbean and season has produced the I transacted a usual run
are, for the majority, their sweet corn acereages harvestedand ADVENTISTS HAVING largest amount of revenue ever of routine business including ,

first participation in such a con Marlon was tops. in water- REVIVAL OF 3 WEEKSThe .received by Florida's 67 counties authorizing advertising for bids .
test the event could become a melon Seventh Day Adventist from the state race track tax. to buy two new trucks.

major attraction. "All told acreage., 47 Florida counties Churches of St. Augustine and The total is $201,800 per county D. D. Moody, tax assessor requested t I
Each of the previous''win' found a place among the top Daytona Beach are sponsoring a and was reached June 28 with and received a 30-day )
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of the contest have gone on to 100 in at least one of the more three-week revival and Bible the final distribution of checksfor extension for submitting the J
win further honors in major con-- than 50 categories by which agricultural study in the tent Bible Audi. $9,300 which are being mailed new assessment roll. He said i
tests. production is meas- torium at the corner of Moody to each county.A he had not yet received the railway t
('. ured. Hillsborough showed up Blvd. and Bacher St. Pastor R. total of $13,520,600 was received assessments from the state ''I#
Seafood License as the most versatile Florida A. McCumber of St. Augustineand by the counties from race railway assessing board in Tal-
Pastor D. E. Wagner of Daytona f I
county as it scored in 14 cate track taxes during the fiscal lahassee but assured the com
Beach are in charge of the year 1961.62 Green said as mission that the new roll would
Were Due July gories. Dade and ,Palm Beach _
ranked in 10; Marion and,Orange services. compared with $12,569,200 distributed have no unusual changes from
I Radolph Hodgers director of in 8; Broward, Lake Manatee, Services will _be held each during the previous fiscal that of last year's assessments.' jl f

the State Board of Conservation,I Polk and Seminole in 6 ,and night except Saturday through year. Each county received The commission,. sitting as an If
said today that new licenses Alachua, Henry and Pasco in 5 July 22nd, Pastor McCumber said $187,600 last year. equalizing board recessed until
are required after July 1, 1962 categories. Unusual .crops or today. He also said as a special The total received by each the tax roll is presented next I
feature each person attending since the tax went into '
for the following: commercial those' grown in',dnly a few areas county month.
boats (rental boats), wholesale are not included, 10 nights of the services will re effect in 1931.32 is 2642648. Hugh Hannah engineer with t
seafood dealers retail .seafood "Ranking among ,the nation's ceive a Bible. .' The first check received by each the State Road Department dis
dealers bait mullet dealers, and best agricultural-dollar producers Pastor McCumber said' the county for 1931-32 was $9,226. cussed various phases of rightof
nonresident commercial'- 'commercial I were six counties in Florida. public is invited attend these With the exception of World way and construction of secondary I

fishing boats. These, with their national ranks services. War II years the freeze and a roads in this county, I

Hodges said that the depart- were Polk 12; Orange 21; Lake national recession of 1958 which and also certain drainage work f

ment has been sending out ap- 33; Palm Beach 42, Hillsborough Placement Testing crippled the state's tourist in- the county wants to do near
plication forms to all license 54 and Dade 72. dustry, and a slight drbp in fis- Bunnell to facilitate drainageof

holders for ,renewal. "Thirty Florida counties rank- At DBJC July 1617i cal year 1960-61 there has beena the city. I
Applications can be handledby ed in some phase of citrus pro- I steady increase in revenue The board granted Raymond.... I
any Conservation Patrol Officer duction. Twenty scored in wa- An entrance testing sessionfor from the race track tax source. I Smith, county service officer and*
or by applying directly to termelon acreage; 10 in sales new students planning to en- Each county received a totalof also civil defense director a'! -
the Department in Tallahassee. I from nursery and greenhouse ter the college division of Daytona $33,100 in 1940-41 but by the two weeks vacation ot be taken

The cost of a commercial boat products and 9 in total vegetablesales. Beach Junior College this end of 1942.43 it had skidded in July or August.
license starts at $1.30 and goes A showing was also madein I I fall is scheduled for July 16-17 to $13, 00. ,

up according to size. A resident cattle dairy products, chick on the campus. The revenue topped the $100- SLEEPING HAZARDOUS
I Dr. Paul SIdwell director of 000 mark for the first time in
dealer's license tomatoes ,
wholesale seafood ens eggs, peanuts, cabbage, Even sleeping is hazardous for
retail seafood and strawber- student personnel said the two 1951-52 when each county received -
cost $50 a ,pecans of the
tribe
Negritos, a pygmy
dealers license cost $10 and a ries." day placement testing is required $112,000. The second I
bait mullet dealers license cost of all full time students. highest year was 1959-60 when Federation of Malaya The Ne-
I each received gritos live in lean-tos furnished
They will not determine entrance county $188,700.The
$10.Hodges pointed out that this The largest ant colonies are eligibility be noted. state's general revenue only with a sleeping platform.

new licenseing period does not estimated- to number millionor Application; blanks and related fund also received approximately Sleepers sometimes roll out of
effect pleasure boats as their so. The whole. population registration forms may be the same amount from the bed into smoldering fires built

registration period is for two.would weight about as much as I picked up at Collins Hall by race track tax as did the coun- alongside the platform to drive
years. a man. high school graduates he added. ties in 196162. I away mosquitoes.

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: PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA, ,f Thursday, July- 5', .1962,_--.oIil.: -I II
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R. Yelvington 'T: 101. 4F-,
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.J Innings 123456 R H

Clinic 0011204 6
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Seville 10136x11, 8

By Leslie,Penh: Two base hit, R. Yelvington;. I
home run, M. Yelvington., Umpires Ij j
SEVILLE GOOF OFF I V. kiwala 421 King and Sheffield. Scorer,I i
DOOD IT AGAIN' L. :Morris 421 Pache.

: Seville Goof Off did it the sect B. McDaniel 42 1 I J i,

and 'time. They beat the power E. Peterson 4 1 1 WADSWORTH SHOWS NEW When -: ,' r.r.>,. .. :

ful Lumber Co. twice in a row L. Eisenbach 422.SPARK BY WINNING I : I II

93. Wadsworth scored three big P. King ' '*-r. 4 1 Wadsworth Lumber Co., defeated :

L,,1 runs in the first inning. Seville A. Skolar ',. '4'1 the Baptist Church team

:' scored one run in the second. R. Britt 3 0 5.1 to stop the Church team for I I!

:, Ronnie Smith hit a long home P. Kuleski 0 0 11 their first loss in six games.

; .. 'run in the 4th. Seville opened Wadsworth Shef -
manager, Cliff SI!
; the fifth with a man on first 39 15 field, shook up his lineup arid You Need :

: and two out. A single by Williams Innings 1234567R H the boys played like champs. C. .
: a double by, M. Smith, B&PW 1043101109 .
I Sheffield and C. Wall led the ;l
a walk, an error, a single by Band P. 0518.01x1514 Lumber Co. with two hits each.C. I
f Two base F. Seale and A. I
hits
F. Cade another
an error, error. !
McGriff 2 hits for the Church
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Jones filed out for the third out Skolar; 3 bagger, L. Eisenbach;
I team which only had three hits
and the Goof Off made seven home run, F. Seale. ;
all
evening. J. I. Sheffield hada
runs after two outs. Wall hit a Umpires, King and Mercer. busy night on third and made GOODPrintin '
triple with one out in the bot Sarita Bradley and Joyce '
some beautiful plays from the
tom of the fifth but never madeit Townsend pitched good ball .ex hot comer.Wadsworth. t
home: 'The final score was 93. I cept for a few booboos in the :
Ab R H
This was the third straight win field. The game ended with the ,
Rodgers 2 2 1
for Seville. final score 15.10 in favor of the "
Jim Burnsed 1 1 1
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,I'- Goof Off. Ab R H I Band Parents. Everybody en- :C. Wall 312 !
J. Cade 301Williams joyed the game. Both teams '
J. I. Sheffield200
'. 311 showed an (awful) lot of spirit. [
C. Sheffield -' 212
. I Wadsworth Lumber Co. had a -
M. Smith 311 '
Cummins < 3-0 1 i
"- B. Henry .2'2. 1 :scout at the game. I wonder if \\f \
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D: Burnsed .t1': v.. 2 > 0 0
f R. Wells t 221W. : they signed up a anyone. 'Todd "i'ff; .-2 0 O.

r Coleman? i ,, 3 1 0 I J. Burnsed .*?, 1 0 1'Mann
t F. CadeI. ;; 1 1 1 GOOF OFF IN FIRST PLACE ,":! v" 100

t J. Coleman .../ . ,3 0" 0 Seville Goof Off playing the Mercer i 200 '.1. !t J
-: Jones 301 second game Monday night with ; I '. .!

Yelvington: t '010. the score 5-4 in their 'favor. Big I I'
i Sammy Bertha ran into a bad Church Ab R H OFFICE FORMS

,? '. : _.,.,239. '7 inning. Sammy walked three i.Brown 100 l : I
4 Lumber Co.. Ab'. R H batters and threw a home run Improta 100' :' .

t. J. Rodgers 3, 0 2 ball to M. Yelvington and the :McGriff ? &; 3 0 2 ENVELOPES ,z )
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D. Burnsed 21 1 ball game was over, Rpss 4 $. 30 0.. <
.; C. Sheffield 2. 1 0 This gave the Goof Off four Metts 301, / '
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: Sheffield '0 wins and the second INVOICES "
,::: J. I. 3.: 0 straight Pinner ;\ -2 00 1
J Jim Burnsed 211 half lead. Whitaker and Taylor Hardin .. v 200McMillan :

,. C. Wall 301 had two hits each to, lead ( J t? "2.0 'O ,:
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f:A',;, F. Todd "'2'0 1 ''I. the Clinic hitters. Jim Cade Hilsenbeck i i' i 2: '0 -, 0 I' LETTER HEADS. ,. I

i Jerry Burnsed 2. 0 0 .had two. hits for the Goof Off. Cowart 2 -10 . ; o-itol.'i,4, 4

t B. Cummins. .,., .:. , .;' 270 0 I Edwards -; 2 0 0 1 '- "
'': G. Mercer /' f' ,. 1 0 0f MIDGET LEAGUER TO BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS :
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:RECEIVE MEDAL TONIGHT
Cf. 'I 2313,
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i Bunnell'Recreation
r. 2236 Department Innings 1, 2 3 4,5 6 R H,
(, ,.. Innings .1 234 5 R H i will give? out medals tonight Wadsworth 3010015 71 .

;" ,Wadsworth .. .. 300003 6 : at 7:30 at the softball FBC 0010001' 3 ,

.f, Seville 0101' 7 9 7 field to ,the winning Pirates team Three base hit, C. Sheffield..1 41I

.fir; Two base hits.1\{. Smith, three and also to the home'run champ Umpires, King, B. Cauley,. scorer,I BILL HEADS r,
Wall D. Burnsed, and the batting champ. .
,\1.,., baggers, and ?ache. I\ fit
% home run, R. Wells. Clinic Ab R H

f-.' Umpires :Mann and'King; scorer Taylor 31 2 SEVILLE IN FIRST PLACE I RULED FORMS 11

4 Pache. Whitaker .: 302
A >. Second Half Standing . ,
Kuleski
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FLORENCE SHALE'S HOMER Robbie. 3 0 0 Seville 2' 0 1000 and TAGS ,.
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a , BEATS BAND PARENTS CLUB Deen 211 Church ,1 1 500 \ :f-;
'1 Florence Seale, catcher for the Peterson ' 2 0. 0 Wadsworth 1 1 500 t t

F: Bunnell Band Parents, hit a Kendall 2 0 0Higginbotha'm Clinic 0 2 000 :,
;:"" base loaded home run in the \,0' 1 0 Wadsworth will meet Seville, CIRCULARS
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r fourth inning to put the Band 1.1urray,2 O' 0 tonight in the first game. Wads. I
Parents ahead 148. Doubles by Kelly 200' worth which has dropped their I

't Florence Seale, Agnes Skolar Bertha 2'l 1 last two meets to Seville, will! ANNOUNCEMENTS

and a long triple by Leona I be looking to stop Seville. The ; I
': Eisenbach was just too much for I 24t 4 6 Goof Off has won four straight

'. the Business and Professional. Seville Ab R H games. The second game will I .. 4
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Womens Club. J. Cade 322 find the Clinic and Church. The, -
'Tbe girls gave a fine exhibi- Williams 400 Clinic is still looking for its I \ '\
t tion of softball. Peggy King I M. Smith 401 first win. "I

.:. made a nice catch out in 'center Wells ,.- 2 1 1 We Don't Do The Most j;
; field. surprised when Henry 120 -
Peggy was J. RODGERS PICKS -
she found the ball in her ,glove. F. Cade 221 UP 88 POINTS : '/
Mary Broadaway played a J. Coleman 210 89 '
Johnny Rodgers picked up '
4 whale of a game on first. :Mary W.. Coleman 1 0 0 points to pull ahead and is batting PRINTING: }

played without making an er. I an even 500. Manager Sheffield .
'i ror. She made 10 putouts, and,ORMOND PRESCRIPTION is in second place with I f

looked like a pro. ,No wonder PHARMACY 427. James Whitaker is third !
But We Do Someof the Best
she was playing with the Pro.I Sick Room Supplies.-Sundries with 411.
HOSPITAL SUPPLIES
fesslonal Womens Club. Gladys
24-Hour Prescription Service TOP BATTERSAb
Sturman, third sacker for: the
: I Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt. i R H AvgJ. I
,: B&PW, had a cool night on AlA 1 mL North of Rodgers 22 14 11 500C.
third. So many runners passed ORMOND BEACH-TeL OR 7-1C61 Sheffield 26 7 11 427

t her on to home they kept her J. Whitaker 17 5 7 411

: cooL 22 7 9 409
t mlr} 311aglfr uTriimnrBUHHKU C. Wall -
B&PW Ab R H F Cade 15 7 6 400

rt G. McGriff '301 FLORIDA C. McGriff 17 4 6 354, Dial ID 7-3282
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J.:' s. Bradley 322 B. Henry 17 6 6 354

: F. Mcdaure 301' MRS. M. B. FULLER, Editor M. McMillan 15 3 5 333
B. Broadaway 311 D. Metts 22 3 7 318

;' F. Edmonson 31 1 Deis.itei OflcUl Pmtllcati af Wells 19 9 6 316 ,

: G. Sturman ,,3 1 '1 I. .r PvfcUe N.dee..f PladcrCutr. H. Kuleski 16 5 5 312 I .
P. Harris ' 300 I
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: N. Rodgers .310 I ..4 the State .ff nrU. I II.
UWyndham v 331 O. F. ALFORD J '
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t 'avoided:during hot weather are

; : I mowing the lax nand shearing,

the hedge. Both jobs have to,
(By Hervey Sharper
; I be tackled when the plant :
Raising beautiful poinsettiasand
:. growth demands it. I f
; managing a budget have
} one thing in common-that's Lawn grass allowed to grow!

44V; pinching. too tall is likely to go to seed. I
: Also, delayed cutting will leave
('. ' If you are adept at penny' a harmful layer of clippingsthat J

;.., pinching a1 budget, then pinching may shade the remaining I

:t : poinsettia buds will comer leaves. I

! naturally.. Sheared hedges which are allowed j -_ -- T:1: :

j.:C"' The why's of nipping unwise to become shaggy before, ; .;

r, spending in the bud are many._ being clipped must be pruned; 4,
extensively: large stems are cut
?' The logic for pinching plants.is I It
' owersf'i i and bare areas show on the
for of
-' a larger display 1
I hedge surface. The best answerto
:: Debudgging a poinsetaia shoot
.; trimming hedges and mowing -
GET YOUR NEW TOP VALUE
: when it reaches 6 inches in
lawns during the summer Is
r.r" length will cause, the plant to I to tackle the job often and trima STAMP CATALOG AT SHELTON'S.

, f ..'.' I, grow more compactly and to little at a time. BIGGER AND. BETTER THAN ,
h..: produce more branches on which
}t, to set -color this fall. Broad-leaved evergreen shrubs EVER. REMEMBER, FOR THE BEST
andtrees need a summer shot
<' If-you have let a number of DEAL, SHOP AT SHELTON'S. "THE c
of fertilizer. Oranges, mangos, _
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poinsettia shoots become long ,
azaleas, camellias, and many BUSIEST' PLACE IN TOWN.
; and leggy, it is not too late to y
other ornamentals come in this
;; remove the wayward shoots. The class. LYKES SUGAR- CURED ,
trimmed be rooted
canes can
{
, Use a complete mixed fertilzer
* under constant mist and
easily and spread it thinly over the
i,1 forced to set color fall.
f. by soil surface from about halfway ,
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METHODIST CHURCH NEWS Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard -
f. I McNitt, Jr., this week are I : :;::
; Rev. R. N. Hoover invites Mr. McNitt's parents, Mr. and I
f" everyone to attend the Method Mrs. Howard McNitt, Sr., and '
;., ist Church services in the new his brother, Harry McNitt and Food Store
air conditioned bulding each wife, all from Ashville, N. Y.
',. Church school is at 9:30
; Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Langworthyfrom
and worship service at 10:30. Jamestown, N.Y., are also
? Dr. and Mrs. Joe A. Tolle from visiting with the McNitts. Flagler BeachPRICES
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tion Sunday with a visit Following Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Deese of GOOD THURS. FRI. SAT JULY 5-6-7, 1962
the official board meet-
Charlotte, N.c., spent the past ---- --
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weekend in Flagler Beach. Theyare

Land presided District over the Superintendent first quarterly, Palm making Island plans soon. to build in, All our Steaks are cut from U. S. D. A. Choice Beef

conference.
for the State -- .
Methodist: -- -
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of FloridarRev; James A. Henleyof Mrs. Cletus Strausser and son,
. Jacksonville, visited the new Don, left, Monday_for a week's 1
church building Monday. This visit in Halifax, Penna. Florida FRYERS WHOLE 29 Ib.
t: was the Bishop's first visit since
he and Dr. Tolle laid the cornerstone Mr. and Mrs. Paul Briggs of Grade A
of the church last fall.
f\ Kings Mountain, N. C., were
The is invited to attend: .
* ,public overnight guests of Mr. and - ---- --
0' the Methodist Men's Club meeting Mrs. Fred Marks recently.Mr. CENTER CUT, WILSON CERTIFIED SMOKED
, In' the .
, next Monday night I
. church at 7:30. There will be a HAM Whole or Shank HalfSLICES
: and Mrs. L. C. Partridgeof
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< Dr: Frank program Reynolds, Dr. Reynolds Gainesville spent the past" lb lb *
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on Latin America, where
f- he: has, lived for'the past few Visiting with Mr. and Mrs.I
' Robert Owens and family over
years. Refreshments will be I
served following the meeting.The the Fourth were Mrs. ''Owens' I PALM RIVER SLICED COPELAND'SBACON
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: 'WSCS will meet Thursday, mother,' Mrs. L. R. Gaylor from
,i July 12th at 9:30: .A.M. in the Lanett, Ala.; her aunts, Mrs. Ed lb 49 FRANKS1:39: <
church building; Mrs. George McGlown from Lanett, and Mrs. :
Bondy and Mrs. Paul. Kelly will Jim Britt, from Fairfax, Ala. ,
hostesses. Wayne and Derese Owens returned -
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: *Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hart have t with Mrs.: Gaylor. FOLGER'S 1 LB. CAN HERSHEY'S

returned home after spending I,
V two weeks in North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Dal Bass of Lan- s
r ett, Ala., are visiting with their
Mr.:'and Mrs. Harmon Win- daughter and son in law, Mr. SUGAR
grove have moved to Indian- and Mrs. Richard Littlefield and
COFFEE.r
't p, V atlantic, Florida, to reside. Mrs.I I family. I .
Wingrove has spent several days! .'I \
here this week 'on- business. Mr: and Mrs.'Bobby McCort:
and four children spent. 'the V '
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thompson weekend with his parents, Mr. < V 5 POUND
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vacation at their home in Palm family. :
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Island, Flagler Beach, this week. BAGLimit
Mr. and Mrs.. Gene Spivey 1.\

:Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hutchinsand 'and daughter, Sharon, and Cora ,
Jimmy, Jr., of Kings Mountain Fillinger are returning Sunday Limit one with $5.00 or more food order I one with $5.00 or more food order
N. c., are here for a ten- after visiting in North Carolina. i I '
day visit with Mr. and Mrs. -- -- - ---
Fred Marks. Submarine mines and booby
I traps were widely used in the 61/2 OZ. CHICK OF THE SEA ENERGY
:Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Martel and I I Civil War.

children, Kris and Phil, spent' I TUNA .290 BLEACH iOc
Meat
the weekend in Quincy.- Mrs.'I Chunk Light QUART

Martel's mother, Mrs.' H. B. SINCLAIR. SERVICE
Brock, returned with them for STATIONNow I
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Highway U. S. ,No. 1

D.Visiting Johns with this Mrand week are Mrs.their E.I Must be In Mechanically Bunnell. Inclined. I Q, 1ge SPREAD 2 Lb. Loaf 690

grandchildren, Larry, Sandy and
Bunnell resident
Susan. The Johns and their I
grandchildren traveled to preferred. .
I 303 CAN SUNLITE 303 STOKLEY'STOMATOES
Gainesville this past week to attend Phones
the wedding of their nephew ..1 437-3516 or 439-2044
Robert E. Johns, Jr., to Bunnell Can IOC APPLE SAUCE tans 2ge
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Mrs. Tommy Durrance and Mr. and Mrs. Bill
I Morris of I I CARD OF THANKS
little daughter Leona Ann, have Jacksonville announce the ar I wish I
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If f sIfni I returned home from the Flagler rival of a son who was born ciation express my appre (
'e Hospital in St. Augustine. They June 30th. He weighed eight cards to everyone who_ sent
and flowers
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are spending some time at the pounds and three ounces and and visitedme
os home of Mr. and Mrs. .Walter I has been given the name of hospital.while I was a patient in the

Knight. William Ashley.He .

I is the grandson of Mr. and Rosemary Brown.

I I I Mr. and Mrs. Leon Pierce and Mrs. Harry McKenney of Bun I

II I Cantrell Family Mrs. Wilda Cobb and Mrs. son, Hubert, are visiting this i I nell. Mrs. Morris is the former I THANK YOU -

Nancy Rodgers were in Gaines- I week in Eutaw, Ala., with rela Miss Barbara McKenney. I would like to express
Holds ReunionLast my ap
ville Saturday with Mrs. Gales i tives. '
predation to my friends for the
Sunday Cone. :Mrs. Cone is staying with I THANK YOU beautiful cards
!! and visits during
The Cantrell family held a reunion her young son who underwent and I would like to express my my stay in the hospital.
Mr. Mrs. Andrew Zalewski
Sunday at the Roscoe major surgery at the University I thanks and appreciation to my I Louis
I I had Trad.
Medical Center there last week. as their guests the past
Lynn home on West Moody friends for the cards, flowers and t
week their and his
Boulevard. Attending: were the I I I He is reported as improving. son family visits during my stay in the hos- i
seven brothers and' sisters of I Mr. and Mrs Richard Zalewski I pital. I would also like to thank l I I
I. and children, of. Indianapolis,
i the family and their children; I F. L. Malphurs I Indiana. the hospital staff for their kind II PETERSON TEXACO
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I and grandchildren. This was the as house guest her I I attention. i: SERVICE

first time In several years all sister, Mrs. Alice Murdock ofj I I Mrs. Naomi Hosford. I ROAD SERVICE

members of the family were to Bayshore, Long Island, N. Y. Mrs.j Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Seymore I Light Mechanical Work

gether. Murdock plans to become. a. and children of Newberry, S. C.. In '1958 Florida led all states Phone 437.3441 Bunnell

The brothers and sisters In. permanent resident of Flagler I, are scheduled to arrive this in watermelon shipments. . . .
cluded Mr. and Mrs. Roy Can County.Mrs. I week for a visit with her parents J -

trell of Ft. Pierce; Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. .G. Bradley '
'Ralph Cantrell of San Antonio, J in Espanola { '
Louis Bans has returned llr1t"ti 'f# r *JC"

Texas; Miss Polly Cantrell of from a visit of two.weeks in I II I I .. .... .. .... . .. 'w'
Orlando Mr. and Mrs. Harold II
; Swainsboro and Twin City, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Sturman
Raphael :
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Bowden, Mr. and :Mrs. Richard I
with relatives. are visiting in Onancock :
Cantrell, Mr. and Mrs. Jack rJ Vir-j I $
I ginia, this week with his son- l ;":;
Hosford, and Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe n
Lynn, all of Bunnell. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Matherly in law and daughter, Mr. and I Yt4.a

{ and daughter, Beth, -have returned Mrs. William Marshall. During,
Other members of the family
I from two weeks the week he will
\. a visit spend a short
present included Mr. and :Mrs.
I Johnny Lynn and daughter, Mr. in Buffalo, Ky., with Mr. Math'-! ,.time with his brother "in Nor::I

and Mrs. Harold Hoff and daughter erly's parents. ..' folk, Va. 1 J'

Mr. and Mrs. :Mack King Mrs. Sturman will proceed to

and children, Mrs. Sally Hen. JamesCrews, who underwent Pennsylvania for a visit with :

t .derson and children,' Mr. and I surgery at the Veterans Hospitalin relatives before returning home.: ,.z 9a:.: +fi.dY
I Mrs. Bernie Hirschi and children
Lake City last week, is reported -
Brice Hosford, Peri. Knight, to be recovering satisfac Guests at the home of l\-Irs.1

J'J'j all of Bunnell, and Ralphann torily. Mrs. Crews and sons visit' Stella Layton Sunday were Mr. j >x:ae

Cantrell of San Antonio, Texas. ed with him during the week I and Mrs. Henry Bell of Tampa.' :

end. They also visited in Jacksonville I
FFFA CHAPTER with his brother in law Mrs. Harry McKenney plansto !

TO MEET MONDAYThe and sister, Mr. and-Mrs. Winston spend next week in Jackson. I STREET OF SHAME . "Henpeck Lane" Is the whimsicalname

Bunnell Chapter of the Hornsby. ville visiting'with Mr. and Mrs. J for a short country road near Franklin, Tenn., as this road.
I Future Farmers of America will"I Bill Morris. I sign brags (or complains?). -

have a meeting on Monday,!I Visiting here for two weeks r-

July 9 at 7:30 P.M. for the purpose I with her mother 'Mrs. Stella ;' .r .
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of getting acquainted with Layton, is Mrs. J. N. Bennettand t ; .- .
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I the new advisor and discussing. daughter. Yvonne, of Jesup,' .; .. ",- 'J
next year's crops. Georgia. .'
All officers and the advisor J .
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will meet at 7 P.M. at the Ag Mrs. Naomi Hosford was dis MAKE OUR GUESTS ,
Building. This meeting is very charged from the local hospital ;;

important. Please be there,, Friday after undergoing surgery FEEL AT HOME '
Walter Townsend, Reporter there. She is recuperating at the -! :

home of her son in law' and "f"J
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Diane and Isobel Green have :
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis .
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returned to their home here -- .
aft Rodgers.Mr. --- -=- : 1 "
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view, Texas, with their grand. I and Mrs. Ralph Cantrell

f t parents. They are residing, herewith and daughter RalphAnn, of San. L

I.. their uncle and aunt, Mr. Antonio, Texas, arrived last week .J'i
, and Mrs. Homer Brooks. for a visit here with relatives;

r, which includes a brother, Rich- ':
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. (Zip) Ed. ard Cantrell, and three sisters, jtr
monson left during the weekend Mrs. Taudy Bowden Mrs. Clau-

for "a. vacation in Nashville, dine Hosford and Mrs. Camie

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type of business establishments not expect our town to grow .j

to be found along and prosper unless we help I ;

Main Street? maintain the proper balance i iIf
-unless we give A friendly smile...a helpful direction.Ugood-to- ave-you- .,
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see a town grow. A merchants and service corn-f r with-us"attitude-these are the ingredients of courtesy that

new house goes up.here and panies first opportunity to build
lasting friendships for Florida and for Make
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CUSTERS LAST STAND : Gainesville Florida i t Authorized Evinrude: Dealer ;
SelfGovernmentFrom BOATS '
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When Custer turned eight Tree Ramp I
United States WE FL ANCE' :
years old, his parents brought j 1825 Bal I
lough Rd
The Pacific island of Okninawa him a cavalry uniform for his: ; -Daytona

after centuries of foreignrule birthday. He had always want- ", I .1.1I .1I

ed to be soldier. .1. . I
has won a greater voice a "
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in: Its ,wn government. When he reached. the age of '. '- I Community

ten he went to school. He ... S
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President Kennedy recently .
stayed in school and studied until ..........-
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limited the veto which the {.V" : .. latrr-dr..unalallta..n.
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he was about 18. He went 1, ,
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United. States has held over Oki- AIR CONDITIONED
to West Point to try to be a a.; }""\::. < f I'
affairs since the island
nawan .
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I cadet. He took the test and 1 isi ::!\}:: l> >tutm Arr.I .

was occupied in World War II. passed it. He stayed there until : ; fi f-:: I FLAGLER BEACH
The United States will retain ::
,. he was 21. By that time the War Sunday) School '
c control principally in matters affecting I 10:00 A. At ;

I" military bases. between the states had begun.He t Church Service 11:00 A. M.

"'.. was sent to the Confederateside I

:.. The green and .mountainous to be a spy for them. tt. W, DICKERT., Pastor
j UVBtttOMJ U'KLCOMKI
island ,is the central link in the On Custer's first mission he .
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I Ryukyu archipelago, a 140-odd. got information to help win the I -
island chain arching from ri j VOTICK OK ii' iON TEX-
: war. He was decorated for I I T.\Tn'E IlfDGET FOR MOSQUITO
: southern Japan almost to For braverly three or four times. x 5 (:O TnOL DISTRICT
I <' __ (11""I4 1I1 fear ending: September 30.
; : mosa, says the National Geographic When the war was over he went 1903

Society."Dintinguished back home. Pursuant to provisions of Flor
J J ida .'Statutes notice Is hereby given
, Recordof Then the Indian uprisingscame that public meeting will be held
; I by the East
Flagler Mosquito Control -
Conquerors"Okinawa's to the West:, and he was District Board of Commission-

location 400 miles called back to be a spy. He . 4 era. on July 18. U6%. 7:30 P. M.. at
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office on Highway AlA for the
purpose -
off the Asian mainland gives it found out where the Indians ", I of discussing the Tentative
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immense strategic importance i i were and fought them. After I I endinur proposed September Budget 3u.for 1963.fiscal Budget year.

in 'International relations.An that he was given a regimentof I Gainesville Landmark is University of Florida's Century TowerGainesville"Florida's Halaii Is summarized a below: $8.969.1

Okinawan character in the his own. They won battle Gas oil grease & repairs 1220.0
Center for Science Education and Medicine" Tool ,
supplies 381.00
American "Teahouse of the after battle'with the Indians.
play
Legal & Tax
-is located in the approximate center of the state, midway 850,00
August Moon," telescoped the A day came when all the Indians Insurance i 1000,00
I between the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico and midway Incidentals 1335.00 I
island's history in a few wry I joined forces. Custer's between Miami and Pensacola. It is also located in the heart of one

sentences: regiment and another regimentwere of the finest falling and hunting areas in the South. Total East. Flagler Mosquito 13755.00

"History of Okinawa reveal to go after them. Custer The land on which Gainesville is situated is part of a grant of Control District

distinguished .record of conquer was supposed to meet the other 289,645 acres from the King of Spain to Don Fernando de la Maza June 2S-George rtc Moody Chairman.

.. Arrendondo and son merchants of Havana Cuba. The grant, dated
ors. We have honor to be subjugated regiment two miles from where
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OFFLAULER
December 22, 1817, takes as a center point a Seminole Indian village
In 14th century by Chi the Indians were, but insteadhe \, FLORIDA
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called "Alachua. Gainesville is the largest city and county seat IX CHANCERY XO. 4472
nese pirates. In 16th century by thought he could fight them of Alachua County. Ag lea lx>ughney.

English missionaries. In 18th with his regiment. The, next day Some experts say the word in Florida. The largest institution Plaintiff.vs. .

century by Japanese warlords. ." he divided his regiment. Then "Alachua" means'"grassy," while is the University of Florida, with I John Patrick Loughney. Sr.

From the late 19th century : they attacked the Indians. There others claim it means "jug.** an enrollment of over 12,700 stu TO Defendant.NOTICE DEFEND .

through World War II, Okinawawas were four Indians to one white perhaps in reference to the large dents. The University encom- THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
I sink hole nearby.Gainesvill&z. passes all of the professional JOHN PATRICK LOUGHNEY SR. !
of After about hour of
a province Japan. Today, man. an Hesidence and Post Office Address
the language and culture are fighting, Custer's men were all population is colleges on one campus. The Engineering Unknown.You .

Japanese. dead. When the other regimentgot 36.000, within the city limits, whichhaven't ment Station and Industrial(The Research Experi- suit has are been hereby filed notified against that you in a

it is the largest of the there the only survivorwas been appreciably extended the above entitled cause; and you
Though Laboratory for the Industries of are hereby required to file your an-
since 1907. The immediate sub swer with, the Clerk of this Court
Ryukyus, Okinawa is small- Custer's horse. Florida) and the Agricultural
urban area population is 15,500. and to serve a copy thereof upon
about 67 miles long and from This was Custer's Last Stand. Experiment and Extension Divi- the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
while the county's population Is sion important whose. name and address Is:
play roles in the
2 to 18 miles wide, covering an Library Assistant 75,900. Ray Selden
area of 465 square miles. A population PeeWee Knight.the growth of the State and contribute Selden Building
Gainesville's school system is greatly to the: economic stability Daytona Beach Floridanot
J of 763,000 makes it one considered to be. one of the best I of the aca.By later than fall July do 26, A. D. 1962.If .
to
you so. decree pro
of the most crowded islands on Far East, Okinawa becamea confesso will be entered againstyou

earth. U. S. base. Jet -- -- I for the relief demanded in the
key military bill of complaint. The nature of
Little of the soil can be putto runways stretch along the sun- said suit being for divorce.
WITNESS hand and seal of
th plow. Wooded ridges cover baked flatlands, and barracks said Court this my 21st day of June
*"* -* the northern two-thirds which A. D. 1962.Official '
crowd the island's
green slopes.
Seal
v THErT4jJ1 ( ) E. A. SMYTHE
'x is largely uninhabitated exceptfor The capital, Naha, which war Clerk of said Circuit Court
By Julia IL Harvey
the wild boar and pit vipers left in rust and ruin, becamea Deputy Clerk

,, that flourish in the dense undergrowth bustling city of trafflc-clogged Tune 28 & July S-U-19-Uc

of pine forests. In the streets and shopping centers. REQUEST FOR BIDS

south, pocket-sized plains support American aid built 17 damsin Board Notice of Is County hereby Commissioners given that the of

j., patches of sweet potato,; SUe a, decade, tripling the cultivated 9 Klagler County will receive. sealed
bids until 9:00 a. 01 August 6;
gar cane, and pineapple. acereage and quintuplingthe 1962. in the office of the Clerk of

; Typoons swirl across the island rice yield. The southern partof County the Circuit Courthouse.Court In Bunnell.the Flagler Florida -

'':. from May to October, flood. the island. with four-lane for the TRUCKS following:

: i".g rice paddies and damaging highways, supermarkets, and One new 1% ton Dump Truck.

'R terraced: uplands. neat homes, appears as American THOMAS COLLINS approximately 6 cylinder motor 133 of Inch approximately wheelbase

."Typhoon of Steel" as suburbia. 145 h. p., dump body to have ap-
YOU WILL NEVER HAVE ENOUGH CASH TO RETIRE proximately 3 yard capacity. Truckto
The "typhoon of steel, which Pockets of old Okinawa re be equipped with 8-25 x 20 10

Okinawans call the World WarII main. Fishermen with crude I WHAT follows here concerns necessity. How _can anybody get ply rearview tube type mirrors tires,on spare both wheel sides

battle, turned the island into spears plunge into the 'China major facets of retire by: on a third or a fourth as much? turning signals. and all standardequipment.

t shambles. Islanders lived in Sea in sight of modern warships. ment. If I can get across these Character is a major part of One, new I1ton Dump Truck

caves and eked out a living on Strolling players 'still dramatize two points to you who are movinginto the answer."Character to rip'out a chassis hoist remaining without specifications dump body and as

devastated farmlands. ancient stories outdoors thoughair your golden years, I will way of life and start over on a above. Body and hoist to be sup
have earned my Boy Scout badge new scale. Moving away from plied by County to be Installed on
When the Korean conflict conditioned theatres show
for chassis by successful bidder. Priceto
the week. people who knew you when you include cost of Installation.
turned the military spotlight on foreign 'and Japanese films.
The first point involves the had a salary is the easiest way HOOT IIAKK
- -- -- One new Root Rake to fit on
'. money you get in retirement. No to do it. TD20 International Bulldozer.
matter 'how much you get you One of the great lures' of re- Prices to be FOB Bunnell. Indicating -

24 HourWrecker I will have serious doubts that it tirement homes and of retirement The Board approximate reserves delivery the right date.to

Service 'is enough. Nobody can ever AF- communities that dot the sun relect any and all bids.
FORD to retire. shine country is that most of the Dated at Bunnell. Florida, this
I 3rd. day of July. 1962.
The second point is that inhabitants of both have low re. JOHN A. CLEGG. Chairman.

Flagler Truck & Tractor Co. life from age 65 on will probablynot your tirement incomes. A man who Board sioners of of County Flagler Commis County.
once made $10,000 and
be a continuation of the a year ATTEST: E. A. SMYTHE. Clerk
ASSEY-FERGUSON straight road you have visualized. now has $250 a month does not July 5-2tc

Grove Farm Industrial Equipment There will be breaks in the road feel poor among them. And almost ix ICJU
ICIALCIRCISITIIN
and curves that hadn't without exception he finds !" .a'F:
you. ex
Bunnell, Florida Phones: Day ID 7-3242 pected. In brief it is ,likely that them more satisfying companIons AND FLORIDA FOR IN FLAGLER CIIAXCERY.COUXTV NOTICE
than the limousine' set he OF SUIT.' CHANCERY XO.
Night ID 7-3529 something you hadn't wanted will
(J .... left behind. MARION STEVENSON.Plaintiff.
happen. .
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VIRGIL DECKER RALPH DECKER Point Number Two: .
Owner Parts&Shop Manager Point Number One: V8.
Being prepared for the unex JAMES STEVENSON.Defendant.
Retirement income for most .
II pected after 65 is a fundamentalthing
ORDER OF PUDLICATIOX
. . .. ....... . ;,. . . .. ;. . .. . ... . people now ranges between one- to learn. Sickness and death IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
.. ...J"'JIf. . . . . . ."'. . . ..tIf:. ."'V. . .. . . . third and one-fourth of their pre come to all of us and our loved OF FLORIDA: TO:

FOR ALL II'URS-DAY OR NIGHTPHONEVM.V 1 retirement salary. People who do ones just as the night must come. James Wnx Stevensonco Niemann & Co.
4, not funnel down their standard of After 65 it comes more quickly 55 Paramus Road Box 85
living this much in the year before and Paramus. New Jersey
more often.
You are hereby required to file
AMBULANCE : retirement must jam it down. Cling to those you love with all your answer with the Clerk of this
I And the higher the income the devotion. Court to the Bill of Complaint filed
4-1625 : your Stay dedicated to herein against you in the aboveentitled
SERVICE tighter the jam.It them. But build a backdoor to cause on or before the 3rd
is only human for life day of August. A. D. 1962 and serve
ST AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA : those who your that will allow you to a copy thereof upon Lawrence.
r can't adjust themselves to re- escape from desolation if you are Borns. plaintiffs attorney. herein.
\ Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We duced standards to believe they suddenly' left alone.A Boulevard.whose address Daytona Is Beach.101 Seabreeze Florida.

are always at your service with promptness safety and can't afford to retire. wife a husband or devoted Th Flaerler Tribune" Is hereby
desienated aa the newspaper in
. I As a person advances througha children must not be a crutch to which this order shall be publishedonce
i. P1CJworipnce. business career his income in. help you walk through the golden a week for four consecutiver
.
i HERRIN "ATI NOT OR A
Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator creases and his cost of living invariably years. Because what happens if TH<.CRRF. PRO CONFESS WILL
rises to keep pace. When the crutch is taken away? BK ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR

} retirement arrives the F.r a .pr .f th. ...w G.lde. .. sum FAILURE.Th .
Home good nature of this suit la a bill
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: Garcia Funeral b..ktet fc- Th. .. C."'ln.. .fid
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living has ceased to be for rtlvorre.WITVES
a luxury seats la eel. In. s r-*+? t. < ., ..
Bam .
I and is now a of life and !! aee.pJperl. B.. 1C.?. 3r*.a q nv band and al atRunnell.
way Blr1
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P E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral Director fii : Kew Y.rk IJ.N. r, Flagler County. Florida.th .
: r .. ?7th day of June, A. n 1.C 2.
. LADY ASSISTANT I (Official Seal E. A. SMYTHE.A .
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Clerk Circuit r rOU"
: --..-rtiti;. -.......... .......v.-J..v.'i" Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune, S2J50 Yearly in Advance Flagler County. Florida.
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i Liberty Bell 1 I steel platform. -A stronger steel I Astronauts Need \I i I r essential for any normal person.j I! CANADA'S NORTHWEST
Support
beam, able to bear twice the | A man may live for six weeks 1;I, ,
I I!weight of the 2,080-pound relic, t i I I I without food, but he would probably Canada's Northwest Territories F
6 Hours
Gets StrengthenedAmerica's was inserted into the worn Only of SleepEight die after 10 days if forcedto covers a third of the area of the ,

Liberty Bell has wooden yoke.Problems / hours of 'beauty sleep,, stay awake experts say. United States. Yet the region ;E

I been reinforced to withstand the from the Start may someday give way to two Prolonged Faint I has only 23,000 inhabitants- ti ;

I erosion of time and the reverent Trouble marked the story of aou/s of electronic rest. |I I The ancient Greeks thought fewer than the people doing _j
\ pats of patriotic visitors. the Liberty Bell from the beginning Air Force scientists reported re. sleep was a kind of extended I I business every day in a large ::

The framework forthe' says the National Geo- ccntiy; that six hours of sleep fainting spell caused by a decreased :' American office building. Lone !
supporting graphic Society. -vili be enough for men operating flow of blood to .the trading posts in the Territories t
great cracked bell in Phila i'I .
delphia's Independence Hall had The original bell was ordered space vehicles. Another theory brain. Fifty years ago, a theorist receive supplies once a year by ;

long shown evidence of weaken. from England in 1751 to hangin holds that it isn't the length_ of said sleep was the state of means of "cat swings," treks ,:
I
ing. Earlier this year the National the Pennsylvania State House, sleep that counts but the in. being in which the body exhaled made by tractors pulling sleds. i
I f now known as IndependenceHall. tensity. waste products'and poisons accumulated >:
Park Service-which ad- -
t ministers the Hall as part of' Independence Cast by Thomas Lester's Experimenters believe it is I I during waking hours j Sealed bids BID REQUEST will be received in i I
foundry at Whitechapel, London, possible to get along on only Scientists are still uncertain the office of the City Clerk of the !
National Park made I City of Bunnell. Florida, in the
t arrangements for a delicate engineering it arrived safely-but promptly two or three hours of sleep with about exactly what causes sleep,I I Civic Center Building on or before I
he of but they know that sleep is 12:00 o'clock noon on the 16th day
operation.The cracked when it was tried out help an electronic device.t a.', of July. A.D. 196%. for the following -
for sound. induces deep sleep by meansf kind of idling of the body mech., : !
bell itself was lowered anism. Muscles relax Drill one (1) 3-inch teat well to
,
Two Philadelphia workmen a mild electric shock passed body a ,maximum depth of 400 feet In
into a temporary mold, where named Pass and Stow won a hrough electrodes strapped to temperature and blood pressure accordance with the specifications
it remained on exhibit while I I for a teat well prepared by; Flood.
'.. place in history by recasting the the temples. drop, and the brain waves calm Wilson & Associates. I'.O. Box
the repairs on its supports were bell. However, they added so down. It is nature's way of recharging 5717 Jacksonville Florida which
specifications and plans can be
examined -
t made elsewhere. Studier side much copperto compensate for Sleep Needs Debated 'I the body's batteries. at the office of the City
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t frames, were attached to a new I the original brittleness that the Just' how much sleep an in I'I In 1950, physicians at the So aer Two bids shall be submitted in .

io" bell's tone proved too brassy.So dividual needs has been debatedfor viet Academy of Medical Sciences I terials the alternative labor and to furnish machinery all ma-and

CLASSIFIEDADS still another bell had to centuries, the National Geographic reportedly put to sleep a to furnish materials labor and

be case. In 1753 it was raised Society says. feeble 16-year-old dog named which machinery will except be furnished the 3-inch by pipe the

into the Assembly House steeple Famous men who needed only Mika. The little white spaniel City of Bunnell. ,
i Bidding: shall be in accordancewith
4 r where it signaled the colony's brief amounts of sleep include, slept almost continuously for and on the forms prepared

legislative and court sessions; Goethe, Frederick the Great, Napoleon three months. She was fed in by the. aforesaid consulting engineers .

LlstUc under tkla headlac are. and announced town meetings Houdini, and Churchill. travenously.Mika i I Each bid shall be addressed to
1 3 rents per word each insertion the City Commissioners. P.0.. Box
and events. Thomas A. Edison four
got by on awoke 5,
75 cents la minimum eluuwe. bright-eyed and Bunnell. Florida. The City Commissioners
I. FOR-SALE-Honda- motorcycle'. Around the bell's crown was hours a night, though he cat alert, ready to chase cats and I ject any and reserve all bids the right and also to re to'
t inscribed the Biblical injunction, napped during the day. stand on her hind legs. She was accept the bid that in its udgmentwill
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F 10 months old $200.00 equity, be for the best interest of tho
payments at$27.55, Al condition. '"Proclaim liberty throughout all The inventor of 'the light bulb I killed in. a fight with a laboratory City of Bunnell. Florida.
the land, unto all the inhabi predicted a less sleepy future Chimpanzee in 1957, but WITNESS my hand and official
,ID 73316. Mil-Ton Motel. seal' this 3rd
t day of July A. D. 1962.
July 51tcFURINTUBE tants' thereof.: Historians say for the world. "Sleep ,is a heritage she already had lived 50 per (Seal) C. B. Eisenbach. Mayor
the quotation was probably from our cave-dwelHng cent longer than her maximum ATTEST: City of Bunnell. Florida '

refinishing. and repairing chosen to recall William Penn's days," said Edison. "Now that normal life. July Mrs. Nancy 5-12-2tc C. Rodgers. City Clerk.

chair caneing, restoring Charter of Privileges But the we've got electric lights, we may i
,. antiques expertly done bycraftsman sentiment fitted the American be able. to change all that." ----- -

with 20 years experience.; Revolution so well that'few' people Valentin Medina Poves, a 62-

Harry Peabody, 4392368. now remember the earlier year-old Spanish farmer, may NOTICE

July S5tcWANTED connotation. be the world's most sleepless
person. He claims he never has
AT ONCE. Man with Played Historic Role I
I slept a 'wink in his life. The of Henderson
car for Rawleigh business in Long before it. was singledout No one in his home town of partnership aid Banner
Flagler Co. Buy on time. Seer ,for special honor, the State

or write immediately to Raw.. House bell clanged deflnance of Poves La Gineta yawn has, doze ever; ,seen catnap; Medina, or has been dissolved as |lot July 3, 1962. J'

.. leigh FAG 360-30 Memphis Tenn. British tax and trade restrictions. sleep. His mother said she was

July 51926.3tp It proclaimed the Boston Tea unable to make him sleep as a Therefore the undersigned will not be responsible -
Party and the signing of the ,
j and Madrid doctors allegedly -
FOR SALE Bimini Bar and baby,
f Package, living quarters, 4% I Declaration of Independence.When have failed with seda-
for debts contracted
the Redcoats advancedon by.
I any
acres: of land, $12,00fr down plus tives. ,' .. .
inventory, one mile west of Bunt Philadelphia, in 1777, the bell '"A genuine case of total in.. .
was moved to Allentown for Robert. Danner on and after the above date:
t nell on Route 100. Call 437-3307, somnia, said a respected Madrid J
safety. Returned to ,the city the
physician.
July 5-ltc
following year, it pealed joyfullyfor Sleep, however, is absolutely "
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FOR RENT 2 bedroom house American victories down to --

J, :' furnished, $10 a week or $45 per the final Yorktown decision. tional Geographic Society. Historians Robert (TV Bob) Henderson :, .

: month. Contact Mr. or Mrs. L. B. Later: the bell tolled the deathsof poets, and orators told

Bratcher. 6.28tfr Washington, Jefferson, Adams, its story; posters, stamps, and .
and other Founding Fathers. money bore its picture. Expositions . ---- .--
I FOR SALE.....30 foot house trailer, r
_Tradition says it cracked in 1835, around the country exhibited
r Masonite. Call. ID 73410. while the death knell was sounding it. '
I CRAIG FUNERAL
6.21-tf I for Chief Justice John Mar. It has been shown at various HOME

shall. places in Independence Hall.
I : SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reason A.
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CRAIG
Funeral
Mute and almost For' in DLector
forgotten aft years Ithung a glass case.
.. able rates. George Jarosz, phone .
er an unsuccessful effort at re- Since 1917 it has stood uncovered JOHN HARDIN. Associate
ID 7.3410 5-17-11-17-paid
it pairs, the Liberty Bell gainedIts on the first floor to permit AIRCONDITIONED OXYGEN
a EXPERT REPAIR SERVICEOn name and new aspect before visitors to touch it. LADY

TV, Radios, Hi-Fi, Sewing the Civil War, when its .inscription The bell's pedestal has wheels I ATTENDANT I EQUIPPED
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Machines, Vacuum Cleaners and was adopted as a sloganby for emergency removal. The fire- CHAPEL AMBULANCES
f
all. small appliances. All work the antislavery Liberty Party. alarm box at Independence Hall .
'1i 1. guaranteed. Ormond Hardware Gradually the bell became a rates automatic four-alarm response Phone ID 7-3532 '

'!. 50 W. Granada next 7-Eleven national symbol, says the Na- and is numbered 1776. 201 E. MOODY- BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA

; Ormond Beach, Fla. Phone 677- -- - .. .
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1.HOUSE. FOR SALE-2 bedroom, I OFFICERS

large living," dining area, carport r. STATEMENT OF CONDITION, t \ '

I and utility room, CBS on CITIZENS::J I BANK 0 F BUN N ELL. . .0. oW Charles E. Creal...!:..-___..__President
; 100 x 105 corner lot, 311 South ;. I
: Forsyth Street. 1-25-tf \' Tom: E. HoJden-Vlce.Pr ldent'-
.'-.., BUNNELL. FLORIDA .. .
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C FOR RENT OR SALE--3 bed. Lily J. Creal.. ..__.__.._Vice-President
room house. at north end of Pal- -, A"t th'Cl ose of Business June 30, 1962

metto, Flagler Beach, on boat '. & L Howell: V. Peavy._._..._.._.._...Cashier
canals,. cool pleasant living, exceptional RESOURCES ,

value, beautiful interior Cash and Due from Banks .. .. .$ 659802.21 -
and exterior $90.00 "
month for September 1 occu per U. .S. Government Bonds . . .' .. . .. 1309531.25 DIRECTORS

pancy. Contact present rentersor State, County & Municipal. Bonds 592,123.90

Alexander Lumber Co., Daytona Loans '. . . 1,177,636.51 O. F. Alford I

Beach, Florida. 7-20-TF Banking House, Furniture,& Fixtures '. 27,130.81 Harry Clegg .

Ocean front housekeeping apartments Other Assets .. :;. .. -. 47,783.87 R. W. Cody .
Charles E. Creal -
1 and 2 bedrooms com .F $3,814,008.55 '
pete with linens and all utilities. ; Lily J. real ,

Sun deck, fishing, swimming. - LIABILITIES Tom E. Holden

loafing. Day, week or month. "*.-<'.* ,"F- ......

Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. Capital Stock .' .' . 4.. .$ 100,000.00 r

HE 9.2082 7-6tf I I.1 Surplus -. ., .' ,. .: .-.* 1 . J. . . 100,000.00 .
EMPLOYEES
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ss-\ >x-\xpi x"'sx-' Undivided_ Profits. ' . . n : ... .- . ,. 83,173.50 .

JOHNSTON'S I Reserve for Contingencies '. ._'.: .' -_ . 12500.00 Camle Lynn ?

FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO. Other Reserves .. : .' ,:'. . 69,811.58 'Claudine Hosford.
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LOTS HOMES OCEAN FRONT.. Dividend No. 29 -.. .. .' '. .,_ . 5,000.00 Rena Forson

WATER ACREAGE FRO r. FARMS. I Deposits. . '. ... '. .- ;t. .' . \ 3,443,523.47 Myrna R. Knight

See us for your real estate seeds '." = 3814008.55; .Luellen Deen 0', '

i HE 9.2242 .
Office Phone Louise Cantrell '
ID 7.3691 .
Residence Phones .
'f" Par check clearance through Federal Reserve System; '
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I;'. Sen. Holland Favors University of Florida Fire Flicking FinesBy I; Closer To The Devil I may difference.be as much At night--as ,20 temperatures degrees !

Pricilla ) (By Pricilla .Meyer) t in the plants' world drop 'I
( Meyer t .
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J. Constitution Change Large ( On a balmy summer' day, as much as 10 degrees. lower ,
Flicking ashes from the win- when the temperature's 76 degrees than those at five feet above the i'
r: On,School-Prayers Dedication SaturdayOne dow of an automobile carries a and the air is cool and I I ground. 1

).. of the largest and fastestof possible $200 fine in Florida, according comfortable-pity the poor plant. _
Holland Research
u.s. Sen. Spessard Because workers at the Flor
to T. G. Herndon, farm the temperature in the
computing systemsthe -
i newsletter this modern I ida Agricultural .
in his weekly Experiment
I IBM 709-will officially be- forester with the Florida Agri- plant's close-to-the-ground worldI Stations
week said: are studying climate
cultural Extension Service. be a sizzling 96 degrees.
may
of the of
University I
come part
"Congress was profoundly dis I conditions in the plants'' worldto
Florida's complex of research Anyone throwing or dropping According to Dr. Gordon Prine, find .
turbed by the recent Supremei I ways of modifying them ...
facilities this Saturday. that could start a of the Florida Agricultural Experiment -
anything for better
banning
i Court decision prayer plant growth. ____
: in the New York public schools. Installation of the powerful grass or woods fire from a car t Stations, air tempera
t' The great volume of letters and electronic brain is expected to is breaking a Florida law. And I Itures just a few inches aboveI

!! telegrams I have received in its I speed up space age research by I this includes lighted matches,I the ground, where plants are, Since the end of World War II, ;,
.' wake indicate that many Flo- the state's scientists. cigarettes, cigars, ashes or any I may be 5 or 10 degrees warmer Dallas has constructed more'of. .
ridians share our reaction. University officials said Flor other flaming or glowing sub { than temperatures at 5 feet a- flee buildings than any other ..

ty "Though of various faiths and I ida's growing industrial complex stance. t bove the ground. I United States city ,except New

denominations, most Americans I is making hicreasing demands Herndon says a careless act of t j Under extreme conditions there f York.VACATIONS.

i f- are basically and inherently re for scientific and technological I this type carries a fine of up to, -- --- -- /
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ligious people, and many of us: assistance from the $200, or a term in the county I .
'- are deeply concerned over the i university, and that the IBM I jail or both.If I; I II
precedent this ,action may have 709 will help meet these needs.)
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I' the act is proved intentional, Are you taking your, vacation trip without adequate
established. The 19-unit system will do in
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the culprit may be punished bya I insurance protection? For short-term or long-term
. <', "Since announcement of the 25 seconds a calculating job a
fine of up to $1,000 or a prison trip-surance see us. Wherever you go whenever you
J decision a number of resolutions man with a desk 'calculator can ,
term of not more than three go. However you go-GO PROTECTED.
.proposing a Constitutional a- do In 80 weeks, or with pencil !
or both. ,
mendment to offset the Court's and paper in 15 years. t years SEE ,H. T. COOK AGENCY
t action have, been hastily intro. Herndon points out that 90 per I General Insurance
duced. Because of this haste, Mongies are rich in thiamine, cent of all forest fires are man I BUNNELL FLORIDA

however, I fear that none I have riboflavin, and' niacin. caused. I
it seen will meet the need. In an I

effort to solve the problem,
!:i' soundly, I have conferred with )

i.. the Senate Judiciary Committee 1 S .. .
.. which has now set up hearings I : FORD DEALER ;

f: designed to develop a carefully \
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prepared amendment which will
have the best chance of passage l
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'by the required three. f

fourths of the states. wisest I mmtx ,"t.,
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; procedure, and. I shall strongly] .;.,'. '' .
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: Boot Training. I I I r fi :, ..

.: Pvt. Donald E. Bullock, U.S. I i
" ';Marine Corps, son ,of Mr. and f '.
Mrs. Harry E. Bullock of Bun. iI I -

k nell, and Pvt. Charles Morrell, I I r 1 .

brother of Jimmy Knight of, Bun- .S MIDSLMMER CLEARANCE AT FALL CLOSE-OUT PRICES 1 ': .
; nell, completed recruit training :L 5" j :

June 14 at the Marine Corps recruit .. .'',\
t: .. depot, Parris Island, S. C. '
T' \., The training includes military .
;.S formation drills, bayonet training : : .,'" .
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t and_''other military sub .. i .A BIG PRICE BREAK k -:' r y ._ :
r" jects. Three weeks are spent on
FOR NEW CAR BUYERS '
. the rifle range where recruits ,
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fire the M-14 rifle and are taught .. ,;
.I- S the use of other basic infantry. AS WE, CLEAR OUT '1.:.. :

weapons. "- '. OUR SUMMER STOCKS j' <':'. .[ 1
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;; Receives Awards : . ; GALAXIES! BIG-SIZE SAVINGS ON A FULL SIZE FORD! : :j h: I

;r The Mill Creek Community 4- . EXTRA-HI6HlRADES .. j
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received a plaque and $600 for i TO MOVE OUR r .
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their outstanding work in the :, .I.

new 4.11 Town and Country SUMMER STOCK! ,":. ; '." 1
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from the Northeast Production ; ;,: (
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presented by J. Ed Dukes, asso
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elation manager. The group also
award from the FlorIda i ;
got a $500 .
Council of Farmers' Coopera- 1 SPECIAL RIGHT NOW! .
'tines, presented by Verlon Hall,II \ .' I' c .
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district! manager. The awards I/V\\-.. ,
were made at the annual State "
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.' Boys 4-H Club Short Course. I I \ .- -'
The Mill Creek Club plans to .
use this $500 to send a carloadof ".
GENEROUS
its members to Ohio State

University::, August 5.9, to attend .' FINANCE TERMS!
the American Institute of Cooperatives

meeting. Club Member Don't pay a cent for 0 John Gasko received the "U t ruts J.- SOM-Wttwal tint "
1 weeks.We'll even give you aptMMdtffxtn cad
award with Paul L. Dinkins, Jr., 'up to $300 In cash if your -

L. assistant' St. Johns County agent. present car has a high FALCONS! SAVE ON EVERY FALCON IN STOCK! .
;:' 'Hall also presented the Cot- enough trade-in value I . ".. '
t 10'ndal Community Boys' Club, "

: Jackson County; and the Ft. ; : ,- .
White Senior Boys' Club, Columbia :
.:: County, with plaques and i

$100 each for their work in the <
state and Town and Country:I YOUR. .PRESENT CAR DOESNT HAVE TO BE PAID FOR TO TRADE NOW AT, :' .

project.

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