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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: July 12, 1962
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Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Bell System's I I f METHODIST ANNOUNCEMENTThe CHURCH II II I'School Board I CLINIC IMMUNIZATION DATE CHANGEThe Sheriff Brooks . I'

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Telstar Satellite I I Bunnell First extends Methodist a welcome Church to of Airs Controversy was scheduled Immunization for Tuesday clinic, July that Finds Big Layout E

all to share in the worship,.servIces 17, at the Flagler County Health

Sends From OrbitAnother I I Sunday in the cool, comfort I[About Dept. has been canceled, mem For Moonshining I

:;of the air conditioned sanctuary MinutesI bers of the staff said today.

giant -step in world made I i the pastor, Rev. W. L. Spicer, Jr., I Immunization clinics are held I Sheriff Homer Brooks looiiu
was
wide communications said today. William L. Wadsworth was I each Tuesday afternoon from 1 a fancy, big layout lor I
moon
Tuesday Satellite"when the went Bell System's"Teistar into orbit Sunday school is at 10 A. M. employed as attorney for the I to. 4 P.M., but the July 17 date r shining Tuesday, but saw none ",.. ,

launched from with the preaching service following Flagler County Board of Public is canceled. I at the layout. !
atop a rocket at llj The sermon title the board's meeting I
Instruction at
I I The outfit which I
Cape, Canaveral. On the sixth for this Sunday is "The Way of apparently,
Telstar Ii IiI Tuesday morning. ; was being set up for ousinesa,
around the world, "
began trip transmitting voice and I I Backsliding During the afternoon session I Green ReportsState's was brought to Hunnell ana snow

from the An. Board Members Raymon Tucker at the county jail. Broo..,
television signals control center. Firecracker Race I and Harold Emery engaged in Finances said he found the layout about
dover, maine, ,
with Supt. Z.
heated
a wrangle miles
from
Bell Systems said, is a 116 Bunnell and southwest -
Telstar, in that it is Increased to 400 I D. Holland over a paragraph in !i of State Road 100.
unique expirement the.official minutes of the June For Past YearState Included in the
com equipmentand
first time that a private
the '
has built a satellite and Miles for Next YearIt's 5 meeting. I supplies the sheriff broughtin
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pany E. Green
Tucker-contended the Comptroller Ray
Mr. paragraph
with is two 1,500 gallon cookers ...
for cost of launching ; ,. '
paid his the state's general revenue .
the "Daytona Firecracker did not state clearly reports ..
2,400 of
. It also marks the pounds sugar; a con
its own funds. attempt to 400t< : now, starting with the 1963 intention when he made the income for 1961.62 totaled denser; two water pumps, 200

first international communications by Independence Day race at Daytona motion and demanded that the $373,567,757, missing his estimate feet of hose, and other miscellaneous (
i transmit satel International Speedway.Bill minutes be changed. Mr. Holland of eight months ago by equipment including a
using an active repeater. France, president of Daytona said. the motion which had only three-hundredths of one Ford pickup truck. (

, lite.The metallic International Speedway, announced been made by Mr. Tucker had per. cent or $107,000. I I "
satellite, a 170-pound that the annual July been read back to him (Tucker) The estimate made last November I

sphere with a 34%-inch. 4 NASCAR late model stock car before it received a second. He 1, was $373,675,000. It 'Lions Hear Navy's

1 t diameter, carries electronic I race for the world famous two said that this was now a part included a loan of $2,965,000

equipment to receive microwave, amplify I I and a half mile speedway 'will of the official minutes of the from the working capital fund. Lt. Ed Thorla Talk
radio
;- and transmit be increased from 250 to 400 June 5 meeting and he did not The 1961 legislature approvedthe
television, telephoneand "Modern Sea Power" was the <
for
t signals miles starting in 1963, with a have the right to make any use of the money during the !
data communications.In purse of from ,$50,000 to $60,000. changes in the official minutes. clurrent biennium. It will haveto subject of the program given at
will measure the Lions Club I
a11- Telstar luncheon meet- _
: Glenn "Fireball" Roberts of Holland said any changes or be repaid the next biennium.
and report on 115 ltems-.lnclu. Daytona Beach became the first corrections they wanted madein Green said part of the loan ing Monday noon. The program
radiation-as it swings a* was presented by Lt. Ed Thorla, r
I ding driver to win the "Firecracker the minutes would have to was invested. short term gov.
'the earth at an average U.S. Navy Reserve officer of the
t round hour 250" twice and the first to win show in the minutes of this ernmentbonds and more than
speed of 16,000 miles per miles. both major NASCAR events, at I this meeting. This they did notagree $20,000 in f interest was collected, Naval Beach. Reserve Unit in Daytona
at altitudes up to 3,500 making the total available $2)81,380.00. ,*
'domestic the Daytona track in a single; to, so the attorney was
: After the series, of initial The program was a very In-
season by raking down top called in.
experiments, the first live teresting talk by Lt. Thorla,
: money for the fourth annual After inspecting the official Nine sources of revenue scored
States to-Europe tele usiiig slide projections giving
United "Firecracker 250." Roberts won minutes of June 5, and Supt. increases over the estimate, the
f.. vision broadcast will be attempt-I I said. The estimatefor the whole concept of the defense -
the first 250-miler in 1959 with Holland's rough minutes, Mr. comptroller
s ed in about a week. This intangible taxes $12- program carried on by the
I'an average speed of 140.581 Wadsworth said the official was
to-United U. S.
befollowed, by a' Europe. i mph*,:The. 1962 average for the minutecould not be changedor 000,000) which was-- the .exactamount '"" '. Navy. ..
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States telecast *. wTuesday's and :same: race, was 153.688 mph, -tampered .wit1;and anyco'r* received,.. 1':_ -- .- _. :- ,_. .-, "> --,... 1
nights, French I slightly under the 1961 record rections or changes In the para The revenue sources making .
had not been ex Mrs. Lee's Brother
British pickups established by Dave Pearson of graph would have to be made gains over the estimates and
pected. The receivers at Pleu* Spartansburg, S.C. at 154.294 in the minutes of this meeting.The the actual amounts received
Bodou and Goonhilly, sales and tax $181,700- Dies In Hastings
meur mph. The other "Firecracker motion was concerning a were use

; Down, England, managed sections to 250" winner was Jack Smith, matter which was questioned by 882; beverage 'tax $51,419,836; : Edward Loyess Goodwin, Sr.,
catch not only live TV also of Spartanburg in 1960 at the classroom teachers. Follow documentary stamps $12,918,330; i of Hastings, brother of Mrs. Ellen

.s.. of the program but the transmission 146.842 mph. All four "Fire ing is paragraph in question inheritance and estate taxes $6- I Lee of Bunnell, died at his home
of a still picture. 347,064 auto title and lien fees,
;
cracker 250" races were won : there Wednesday, July 4. Mr.
with Pontiacs. The 1962 race "A motion was made by Ray $1,995,687; ; corporation capital Goodwin died of asphyxsiatlon

New FFA Teacher was slowed down seven laps by mon F. Tucker that the following stock taxes $1,552,259; retail when his house burned.He r

.4 the yellow caution flag as the policy be adopted: That any store licenses $605,753; hotel is survived by his wife

; For Bunnell HighAlbert result of a terrific wreck in the : teacher who takes leave for pro commission fees $770,366; other 'Vera; two sons, Edward, Jr., of

east turn on the 34th lap that I I:fessional improvement be givena sources $7,091,197.Revenue ; Eau Gallic and James of Hastings -
T. Ford of Stringer, eliminated Nelson Stacy of Daytona year's increment for experience sources short of the ; four sisters, Miss Sennie
Mississippi, has begun his I I and estimates and the actual amounts I
schedule
Beach, Fred Lorenzen of on the salary Goodwin_and Mrs. Isabel Drum-
duties here as the new instructorfor Elmhurst, Ill., Ford pilots, and I be awarded the competence received were motor vehicle monds, both of St. Augustine;

the Future Farmers Chapterat Joe Weatherly of Norfolk, Va., award' as if they taught the previous licenses $37,195,949; racing Mrs. Ellen Lee of Bunnell, and

Bunnell High School. and Lee Roy Yarbrough of Jacksonville year and that this policy taxes $12,878,062; insurance Miss Sheiba Goodwin of Anderson

Mr. Ford has served as FFA two more Pontiac driv- be retroactive to the beginning premium taxes $11,572,958; cig- S. C.Funeral.

teacher in the Stringer High. I of the 1961.62 school year. The !I arette taxes $9,384,315; utilities service was held at '
School before coming here. ers.Roberts seconded by Harold $9,213384; ; drivers' licenses and *
took over the lead on motion was the Johnson-Davis Chapel in Pa- .
Mr. Ford with his wife and the '81st lap after Banjo :Mat- Emery and unanimously carried. fees' $5,617,791; occupational licenses latka Friday afternoon at 3 o'-

three children are living at the thews and Bobby Johns had set The corrected paragraph Is to $2,006,096; charter tax clock. Burial followed at the i .J.- 1

corner of Howe Ave. and Lemon th2 pace throughout the early read, as follows: $541047. Oak Hill Cemetery ,there. .'/ \ .
Street stages of the race. At the finish, "A motion was made to establish Green pointed out, however, the I -7

Roberts was just 12 seconds a policy allowing a race track taxes produced the I

John D. Bag'gettNew ahead of Junior Johnson of Ron- teacher to take a professionalleave largest amount of revenue from I II ,Little LeaguersAllstars
that for each of the 67
da, driving another 1962 Pontiac, of absence to get a higher I source i
and that such counties in the history of the I Play FridayThe
PrincipalofLocal and trailing them two laps back grade certificate
were Marvin Panch of Daytona, teacher be given a year's increment tax. Each county received $201- Little Leaguers will meet

High School with a' 1962 Ford, and Jack as if they had taughtin 800.00. Friday night at 8 o'clock for
-
He added the drop in the revenue -
Smith with a 1962 Pontiac. the system the previous year their first night game. Fans will
John D. Baggett, new prlnci for also that such teacher be from the drivers' licenses
The next program Daytonawill and see some good ball playing as
pal of Bunnell High School arrived be the annual SCCA divisional eligible to try to qualify for the was due to the change in the both teams have a lot of experi-
his duties law and no doubt will be made
recently to begin championship sports car competence award. This policyto ence.

at the school. He came here races Saturday and Sunday, September be retroactive to the begin- up. Proceeds of the game will go

from Bell, Florida, where he was 1-2 featuring the Paul ning of the 1961.62 school year. to the Cherry Festival Fund. See

principal of the school there for Whiteman trophy to the reign!i Motion was made by Tucker for the football field. ya all at the game. So let's give

several years. accumulating the most points' seconded by Emery and unanimously Supt. Holland asked the boardto ,the boys a big hand.
Mr. and Mrs Baggett and for the The second annual carried."
% .race. inspect some needed repairsat Green-Jimmy Harper, Bobby
two children are'reslding for the "Daytona Continental" three- Other action of the board included Carver school and also at the Robinson, Darrell Britt, Ttllman

present at Flagler Beach in the hour grand touring and sportscar a vote to hire Buddy Taylor gym at Bunnell school. I Robinson, Cliff Dozier, Russell

Palm Harbor Subdivision. race is slated for Sunday, as the bus driver for the Mr. Holland also asked the Wetherington,

February 17, followed by the junior college route; contracting board to purchase slides. swings Earl Rice, Tye Whitaker, Herby
Elliott Niles Dies three big days of NASCAR activities with Cook Office MachineCo. and seesaws for the Flagler McKelvin( Henry Bowers, Mike''

February 22.23.24 climaxed . for upkeep of the school and Beach ,and Carver schools. He Durrance, John McDaniel, Rusty

: In Michigan HomeJoe with the fifth annual office machines; approved the said some of the playground Improto, Mike Manuel, George
"Daytona 500" Sunday, Febru list of tools and equipment for equipment could be repaired. Wetherington.'v

Elliott of Niles, Mich., a ary 24.STATES'. the Carver school. workshop Herschel King appeared before White-Cliff Wetherington,

:.former winter visitor here, pass- i which was presented by the the board asking permission fora Mike Dozier, Jimmy McNab,

.,ed away at his home there recently LONGEST SEACOASTS superintendent. post-season football game to be Mike Robinson, Gordon Worley,

-.. according to Information Also voted to cell ,the Agriculture sponsored by the band and proceeds John McDaniel, Glenn Carle,
received by his neice, Mrs. .Margaret Alaska has the longest seacoast Workshop at the Bunnell to ..be used for the band John Geller

Weeks of Bunnell. of any State. -in,the Union" school and purchase two heaters, trip to Washington.C. ,He also Buddy Phillips, Harry Coleman -
-.}.{r. and Mrs.Elliott spent several with at least 6,640,miles.. FlorIda ne for the Flagler Beach school asked permission for the bandto James Robertson, Benny

-winters here with his nephew is second with 1,197; Call I nd rne for the 'Ag workshop' have :the concession at the J yeller, John Cody, Paul Barrow,
the late Hazen Benson. ornia third with 840. Approved purchase of 48 lights
_, , .. 1"T' ..< . basketball games. ,Bubba Hutchinson, Hutch King.rr' .



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: PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, July 12, :1962

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fti....!.'"; Seville, had 2 for '3. Wall and

'.,..... Jim Burnsed were Wadsworth's ,
";v- big hitters. .
!? F. B. C. '*,- AbR H

, Brown 200
I Westbrook 200 Call On UsWhen

i : I i McGriff 4 1 2 I
Ross 4' 1 1. .5.
By Leslie Pods I .
' Metts 4 1 2! /
: CLIFF SHFFIELD IS R. Wells 19 6 315 Pinner >3 0 OJ ,

HAVING GREAT TEARS S. Bertha 16 5 312 Cowart 3 0 1 .
Manager Clifford Sheffield of Hardin 3 0 0 ; -

: the Wadsworth Lumber Co., is WADSWORTH LEADSIN ,Hilsenbeck 3 1 1 ; ::7'f' .. '
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TEAM. BATTING :McMillan 312Improta : i'- .
;!of. sons in the city Softball league. Ab RHuvg 200 S.

.j- Big Cliff has an amazing 888 Wadsworth 265 79 81 305 Edwards. 100
4: .slugging average. Cliff has six Clinic 174 45 46 262
doubles, one triple, ,two home Seville 214 67 56 261 .5 : 34 58

j runs and two singles. CliffS Church 239 43 60 252 I Clinic AbR H
would be leading the hitters if : You Need
LEAGUE LEADERS Seale 2 0 0Whitaker
; he didn't have to I
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: manage 322
Most times at bat, J. I. Shef. . .
all playing managers have a lit. field., .Kuleski '3 1 0
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: tle pressure to bear. 1 Deen .\ 310 ,
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Most hits, J. Rodgers 11; C.
: Keep up the good work Cliff. Sheffield 11. Peterson 1 0 0 .

r: We all enjoy your. performance., Most runs, J. Rodgers. 14 S ; D. Taylor 212 :

.. Burnsed 10. Kendall H* 301 .

; WHITAKER TAKES OVER i$ lfostdoubles, Sheffield 6; Murray t' '300 GOODPrintin .
;J. I. Sheffield 4. Frailey 200 i
\ THE BATTING LEAD
:.\ --- .- -' - Most triples seven nlavers are Kelly *,> 100 .
t. James Whitaker who 18 older tied with-one each. i Bertha 211
than Stan Musial, took over the!
Most home C.Sheffield
runs
"""' \.., batting lead with a 2 for 3.. JohnS i 2'1 2566

: "." Rodgers is in second place with '
Innings 1234567 R H
a 444 average. F. Cade is tied 1 SEVILLE CUTS UP . } .
F.B.C. 2111000 58
J .5 \ with Johnny with a 444. The LUMBER COMPANY 10.4 i
Clinic 30100011 66
Bunnell Ree. rule on. -player. to I Seville Goof Off beat their
two base hits, Hilsenbeck and ,
receive a trophy would have to cousins, Wadsworth Lumber Co.,
Metts. Winner Bertha. Loser, .
play at least 10 games. 104. This was Seville's third
.. Pinner. Umpires King and Harris.
\ AbHAvg straight win from the LumberCo. .
Scorer, Pache.
5' J Whitaker 20 9 450 Both teams will meet once

S J. Rodgers5 25 11 444 more.. .
GALE MERCER TAMES
F. Cad .' 18 8444S The win for Seville was their I
CHURCH :TEAM
C Wall I 23 .10 434C. fifth straight game. Wadsworth
Sheffield 28 11 396 missed the pitching of Gale Mer Gale Mercer, pitching good OFFICE FORMS .
IL\l.IcMillan: 18 7 3881.cer. Cliff Sheffield pitched one ball, had a pitching duel with : :. '" 'f I .
S. C. l\cGriff 21 8, 380 I hit ball and went into,the fourth Pinner until the fifth inning. .
S T. Durrance 20 7' 350 inning with the score 3.0 in favor When the Lumber Co. splintered ENVELOPESINVOICES S"S
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THE BOOK NOOK from over the way,came to visit !

I and take care of her, this was'1'' ,
Tie: ETHAN FROME (

Author: Edith wharton Ethan Zennith after'whom his later mother. marriedi died.i;i it i

Fiction ikma t iI
After several years,of hunhappy|i I
Ethan Frome's story is' one of marriage Zeena-'wants a young' I
the most peculiar ones I have '
girl to stay with her and do the I' j
read. -
ever A quiet man, Frome
keeps his story to himself until housework, because her doctors i 1-'cEJIi [

he and a young man who Frome advise' her to stay in bed more. '

takes to work began to converse When :Mattie Silver came to live f (
about recent in the .1
happenings with the Fromes she was a very
world. sweet girl and lot of '
J. a companyto :\
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Ethan. All' wellas "I
was going as
On a very cold and windy day !
could be expected when Zen. -- !

I down when fiercely the snow Ethan was came coming at the na heard of this new doctor that }!!( -1 ,;I

could cure her, so she would one
usual time to pick up his rider: ;
The trip takes longer and in the day be up and around again. '
> While. Zenna was gone, Ethan
evening darkness comes sooner. 1
and Nat were finally alone and
BEiFRSAii
Because; of this, the story comes
could talk of their ,feelings for
about. When Ethan, because of .
each other that were never
the snow, could not take his rider I SHELTON'S NEW FLAVOR (
spoken before. The next day
home, he had to invite him ,
when Zenna comes home she AGED BEEF IS THE FINEST.
as a guest at his home. When
tells Ethan she needs a new girl TRY IT. SEE FOR YOUR '
they arrive at the Frome homea
that will do more housework.
SELF.
strange voice is heard coming
This is near-breaking to both S
from within. It is that of Nattie
Silver and wife Ethan and Nat, they ,realize they CUT THE WAY YOU LIKE IT AND CLOSE
Zenna, Ethan's ,
never see each other again.
is, busy in the kitchen fixing may TRIMMED FOR NO WASTE.
The one last chance is for Ethanto
supper for her husband.
take her to the railway sta. Perfect for the Grill
Supper is over and the women I ion and pick up the new girl. FLAVOR AGEDChuck ... tt
are in bed, it is then that Frome On the way Ethan recalls manyof Sugar Cured Smoked Pork: Shoulder { ,

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became very ill, a young lady had wished. Nat sees lead, and. '

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extra gallon of your choice Shurfine 7 oz. Jar Refrigedor Jar

with each gallon you buy Energy Detergent t I,6iawtSiae 39* STUFFED OLIVES: '
'IN. TilE CIRCUIT COURT OFFfcAGIjKR Each49C
COUNTY, FLORIDA, Mary Carter Paint Store
IN CIIANCBKY NO. 4478 Limit One with $5.00 or more
ROBERT ANDREW SEVEY.Plaintiff.; Also Westcate Chopping Canter food order Juiced Rite Grape, Orange

FRANCES ANN vs. SEVEY. HULA DRINKS .aL29C
Defendant. PAL PARKER'S. INC. Armour's Finest ShorteningVegetal %
TO DEPEND
NOTICE .
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Automotive Specialty Center
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FRANCES ANN SEVE' whose BRAKES RELINED *1 5PARTS
last known address is: 1314 AND LABOR 3 I FARM FRESH PRODUCE

You Calhoun South are'Carolina.hereby Street.notified Columbia.that a FORDCHEVROLETPLYMONTIIOTHERS $10.05 I J 49 Crisp Tender I J a

suit has been filed against you In 540 Mason Ave. Daytona .
the above entitled cause; and you GREEN BEANS 29c .
Limit With
One $5.00.or More '
are hereby required to file your answer 2 Lbs. .. 3 ,
with the Clerk of this Court.. --- Food Order
and to serve a copy thereof upon Sweet
. the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney..
whose name and address is: '
, H. T. Cook RED PLUMS 33Juicy

not later Bunnell.than August Florida 13. A.D. 1962.If ., 50 FREETOP SCOTT SALE Pound
you fail to do so. decree pro
confesso will be entered againstyou VALUE STAMPS Green Firm Heads
for the relief demanded in the with purchase off 125 Ft. Roll
bill of complaint. The nature of CABBAGEShurfresh 7cI
said suit being for divorce. Any pkg. of CUT RITE 25'Each" Pound ;
WITNESS my hand and seal o.
said Court this 10th day of July VIGOROand I I I

A.(D.Omctal 196%.Seal') SMYTHE: this coupon II 400 Count Facial Tissue
Clerk of said Ciirc Court Coupon expires 714.62 CHEESE LOAF 69C
By Julia R. Harvey. SCOTTIES Each25c 2 lb. Pkg.
Deputy Clerk.
,July 12-19-26 & AUg.Uc .
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I Big Roll Three Diamonds Sliced'

1 25 FREE I SCOTT TOWELS 29C PINEAPPLE $10.0

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mlJr JUnglrr uributirBCIfTTKLI Each No. 2 Can.4
TOP VALUE STAMPS I .
FLORIDA with the purchase of SCOTT TISSUERolf 25 Shurfresh Frozen 6 oz can .

3 lbs World's BestHAMBURGER s ORANGE JUICE 79c
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February &1013..mt tae .-at.S.. with $5.00 or more July 12-13-14, 1962

at Bwutell, Florida vaaer art .. food order '\

March 3. 1ST*. and this coupon at SHELTON SUPER Store Hours

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:METHODIST CHURCH NEWS COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS I i

Rev. Lester .Stanton will deliver The Laides Guild will meet I .!
the sermon during the Thursday afternoon at 2 o'.clockIn .
worship service Sunday, July'15. Felloship Hall.
Worship service is at 10:30. Sunday
Rev. R. W. Dickert's sermon Flagler Food Store
school is at 9:30. All visitors
are welcomed. for Sunday, July 15, will be ,
I Trimumph Over Trials." Church
The Methodist Men's Club met service is at 11 A.M. and Sunday Flagler BeachPRICES
Monday evening in the church school is at 10, with classes .
building with a: good a ttend- for all ages.
GOOD THURS. .
FRI.SAT. JULY 12-13-14.1962
ance of members and guests.
Rev. Lester Stanton, devotional Mr. and Mrs. Judson Stryker,
chairman, led the group in a Sr. and son, Terry, are return.
song and followed with an inspiring ing this week after visiting for I QUALITY V
MEATSV
scripture: reading and the past few weeks in Ohio.
;
talk. \
,
I Mr. and Mrs. Tony Romano, I '"
A Western Beef
HowardLerch Palm River Sliced
Program chairman, Kay Sandlin and Mike LaCocca 1 ) :
then introduced Dr. Frank of Haverlock, N. C., are spend-
Reynolds who showed beautiful ing a vacation at Flagler Beach. ChuckRoast'b49Tender < lb'
slides taken in Peru where he BACONGrade 49
and Mrs. Reynolds lived for
several years. Dr. Reynolds State Farm Values

..."'* elaborated while the slides were ROUND BONE Copeland's Tender SmokedPICNICS
'1 being shown. Show Rise Over 1961

Refreshments were served and I Florida farms had an average lb' lb'
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a short business meeting followed market value of $257 per acre ROAST 59 39*
with Leonard Johnson, in March of, this year to registera
president presiding.Mr. 10 per cent gain over 1961,
the largest in the nation and

.' and Mrs. Judson Stryker,I twice the national gain,, the Juicy ChuckSTEAK Copeland's Pure PorkSAUSAGE
, Jr., are returning today after I Florida State Chamber of Com-
spending a few days vacationing I merce said yesterday. lb < *
near West Palm Beach. I land"This, buildings per acre figure and dwellingson included 69 Lit.. 49

farms,. etc. in the,
Rev.and Mrs. Reynold Hoover, groves
Lyman=Gage and Leonard John state. The_total value of these
son left yesterday on a campingtrip properties came to $3,914,000,000. MAXWELL HOUSE enKER1iECOFFEE
in the Smokey Mountainsin "Compared with November .
North Carolina.' They also 196, the March 1962 per acre
plan to spend 'a few days visit I farm value in Florida was, up
ing friends and relatives in '4 per cent, likewise double the Shortening 1
Pennsylvania. I national average.
A breakdown by types of

Spending the Fourth with Mr. land is not available since 1960. lb ;; 3 lbCAN
and Mrs. Myles Meeks from At that time, all types of Flor. 39 49 .
ida cropland (including fruit
Jacksonville were: Mr. and Mrs. CAN
Clyde 'Gibson and daughter,'' groves) averaged $893 per acre. !
Sharon Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Only one other state exceededthis
i Alton and; daughter, Amy; Mrs.: Florida figure, and that by Limit one with $5.00 or more food order Limit one with $5.00 or more food ,order

Robert Shepard and children, only $20. The national average If
No. 2V2 CanSouthern
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Roble and Pam; Mr. and .Mrs. was $177."Pasture
Bob McCloud; and Mr. and Mrs.II lands in Florida carried I
I Donald McCloud. a 1960 average price tag of
f $105 compared with a national Peaches 5 for $100 j I

Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tony average of $50. .
Braddac recently have been: "All other lands in Florida No. 303 Can I
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kolar and farms were valued at $32 an
daughter, Melissa, and mother acre, somewhat below the national .' .
from Chicago; Millie Clemence average of $41.v Green Giant Peas 5 for $] 00
Willowick, Bill Louden and son, ,
Tom, and Don and Barbara'Cchleicker V "
and daugter, Sharon I SINCLAIR SERVICE .
46 oz. Can ShurfineGrapefruit
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Lee, from Camp Lejuen N. C. STATION "
I
Barbara Schleicker is Mrs. Brad-
dac's granddaughter and Don Now Available x100
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Juice
5 for
Schleicker is stationed with the I on Highway U. S. No. 1 r
;' In Bunnell. ,
Marine Corps at Camp Lejuene. I "
II Must be Mechanically In .
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Martel and clined. Bunnell resident 46 ozfi CanHIC ,
e
j, family are entertaining friends preferred.
\ ( from Quincy. They are: Mr. and Phones ORANGE DRINKS 3 for 89c
,
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'- Mrs. Billy Dean and children, .
: '
, '-. 437-3516 or 439-2044
Debbie, Robbie and Harold; and 'I Qt. Can
\ Mrs. Herschel Edwards and children 'I Bunnell '
Mike and Billy. I WELCHADE 3 for
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Large Size 1 Lb., Can Duke -


I\ BIBLE AUDITORIUM FAB BOX 28 Dog Food ,fr* 29*

SUNDAY God's Seal or (Mark)
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MONDAY-Armageddon When ?
FROZEN FOODS FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES

TUESDAY-The Great Judgement Day. 8 Oz. Large Size Red and Juicy WaterMELONS

, WEDNESDAY-Baptism, Is It Necessary? ChickenBeef 3
PIES 35
i THURSDAY-Unpardonable Sin. .fir fir $100Turkey

I FRIDAY-Is God Particular?
V 6 Oz. Can Seald SweetLemonade Ga. Elberta \
LAST NIGHT JULY 22 .'" .

J N '- !: 99* Peaches ?:

"1I 's List C*!!::!le this Worl t.' .. 23 T


7:30 P. M. Every Night Except Saturday Night Package of 12 Morton'sBiscuits Large SizeLemons

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; Guests of Mrs. Gladys Deen by the Florida Agricultural Experiment beef grades-prime, choice, etc.-

I three days this week were Mr. Stations, Agricultural in any way.According. .
and Mrs. Frank Langer and four Extension Service and- the Florida I
to Dr. R. L. Reddish
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\ children of Miami. They were en Cattlemen's Association.U .
r associate animal husbandman
route to visit with
relatives in I
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New S. Department of Agricul. with the Florida Agricultural
Jersey.
f LOCALS I
ture and University specialists! Extension Service, the new system -

will review the background oi should benefit producers

Mr. and Mrs. ,Eddie Jarosz the new yield grade and the packers and retailers. It should

nC - I and two children of Miami were dual grading system. 'reward cattlemen for breedingmore

BILLY DEEN SPEAKER AT I Mrs. Harry Costapolous of Ft. visiting here during the past After demonstrations of the meatiness into their cattle.

WSCS MEET WEDNESDAY Pierce visited here during, the weekend with his mother, Mrs. The packer and the retailer will
new grading system, visitors will
I past weekend with Mr. and Mrs. John Jarosz. be able to make more specific #
Billy Deen was guest speakerat have a chance to estimate the, sales
I Thomas Diamond. and purchases, and restrict
I the meeting The Woman's yield grades of live cattle. On I their
I Mrs. Hugh Cameron of Bun. buying to carcasses
I the final day of the clinic the r
Society' for Christian Service
that
: offer
nell and Mrs Jack Peardon of the type of meat that
; Wednesday morning at the;, Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Moody and visitors will grade the carcassesof consumers want.
I
Daytona Beach
are spending several -
; Methodist Church. His topic was children, Howard and Nancy, these animals and then the
,"The Church and Today's Stu and Becky Witt and Marty Bowling days this week at Morri.son's I carcasses will be officially graded -I
BluffSpending
I'F dents." I, of.Lake City were visiting by U.S.D.A. specialists. {I Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune

! I with relatives in Bunnell and The new grading system, or S2JSO A Year In Advance
: Fifteen members were presentat I a month here with I
I
Flagler Beach Saturday. yield grading, is based on the
the meeting and Every Cook I I1.1r. Mrs. Gladys Deen is her daughter -I amount of saleable meat
II on a I
I and Laura Morris were hostesses I in law, Mrs. Stanley Deen, carcass compared to the amount PETERSON: EXACO--
.1 for the Rob. and Mrs. T. E. Holden and four children I
of
meeting. Marjorie Miami. of waste. The USDA initiated f SERVICE
''I at the meetingin have returned home after spending I
ertson presided this system July 1. It is ROAD SERVICE
the absence of the president, a, month in Elizabethton,i Mrs. J. C. Hall, Sr., has returned offered !I
cattlemen
to
Mrs. I Tenn., with their son in law and on a trial Light Mechanical Work
; Becky Clegg. to her home here after basis for
i daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Julian I one year. The yield Phone 437-3441 Bunnell
visiting in Cambridge, Ohio, .
I .
Mrs. Robertson said the Meth.I Caudill. grade will _not affect quality 1_ I .
I II with relatives the past month. _
odist Childrens' Home had sent '
I I'I
a list of coupons which they are I
I Visiting here with her mother,
: asking the Society to collect for I Mrs. Maude Holland, and other Cattle Grading I 24 Hour

the home. Anyone may get 'a I relatives during the past weekend I Wrecker Service
list of the I "linic at Gainesville
of the names coupons were Mr. and Mrs. George -

..f' by calling Mrs. Robertson., !I Geibert and son, Holland, of Flagler Truck & Tractor Co /-1 f"

I 1d.! ,She also said anyone wishing Jacksonville.Miss Friday and SaturdayA f./o

to subscribe for the World Out I MASSEYFERGUSONGrove
Beef Cattle Dual Grading
look and Methodist Woman may Judy Lewis and Miss Annette Farm Industrial Equipment
Clinic for cattlemen, packers and
do so by contacting Mrs. Ruby Strickland are expected to retailers will be held at the University I Bunnell, Florida : Phones : Day ID 7-3242

6 Cody. arrive Monday for a vacation of Florida Livestock Pavilion :-> Night ID 7-3529

" here with 'their parents. They and Meats Laboratory this VIRGIL DECKER <'...J. RALPH DECKER
Sara Rodgers arrived recently
student at
are nurses Charity Friday and Saturday, July 1314. I Owner '>*'-* Parts&Shop Manager
I for a visit with her parents, Mr. Hospital in New Orleans. -
I The clinic will be sponsored I .
U and Mrs. A. C. Rodgers. She ,
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has the two in .. : : : : :. .
spent past years Mrs.Nellie Tweed is enjoying I ., b
I Guam where she is teaching at I a visit in Texas and Oklahoma : .'- -'

I the American schools on the with relatives

L military base there. After the 1

1 I. vacation here she plans to re-1{ Mrs. Grace Smedley and chil. o ,.
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.__ turn to Guam for another year. I dren and Mrs. Evelyn Smedley Wherever. 'you gO.1 (:\f

and children have spent the past I. "
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Guests of Mr and Mrs. Clyde two weeks here visiting with 4 ''''' .iJI !

: Lewis during the past two" weeks their parents, Mr. and Mrs. O.D.

t included Miss Katherine Brown,!I, Robertson and other members of !

I. Mrs. Anna Bell Carr, and the family.
Mr.l I ;
I and Mrs. Frank Corley and ; ,

I l Frankie, of Atlanta, Ga. :Thomas and William Lenssen ; ; ; :;:i

7. have returned after a business : "
( Visiting here. with Mr. and visit to New York City. Jr; _..;

Mrs. Louis Uihlein for two weeksare Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. ; : '"

1 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bran- John Rice in Artesia Park are ..

cale of East Meadow, N. Y. Mr. Mr.. and Mrs. Norman Cockman ; !

': Brancale said they like Flagler ,and their daughters, Janice and '
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'r county very much and hope to 1 Beverly, from Greensboro, N. C. .

" become 'residents some time in \ "

the future. Mrs. George Clegg has returned .
to her home in Haw Creek ::' '-', ;.. '>: .i >- ?: .:

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Barclift after receiving medical treat. ,..ly.J,:" #
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of Daytona Beach yisited with ment at the Halifax Hospital in

I Mr. and ,Mrs. John Rice Sunday. Daytona Beach last week. H" .,'. f fr
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That's how it "is when you steadily. Growth is a sure .

keep tabs on a youngster. sign of good health. ', keep in touch by Long Distance -

Seems every few days it's Those of us who feed -

time to move the notch an growing youngsters know it *

inch or so higher on the wall. takes plenty of "fuel" to .. .
Although some folks never keep them going. It is much I Pick up the phone and call back home.Nothing's "

give it a thought, our community the same with the commun-
so easy and nothing's so nice . for,saying
I grows too.. . a new ity. Our community grows I .

house goes up, someone when we keep our dollars -- _- t"I miss. you and wish you were h'4 "
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t i ." Perth More Famous ; 12 miles away give Perth a' the. state's' entire population. Irot I I on the beach. I ticker-tape welcome to Lt. Col

; :Mediterranean climate.At The of in the Glenn.
t, \ I Founded in a Hurry j discovery gold In thanking the mayor
I i\,1820's( created a boom in Western 1 for turning on all the
:; For Its Sunlight .the foot of the city's front Perth's founder, a British Captain ; lights, the
f ? James 'Australia By 1903, gold mining astronaut said he was a "little
lawn, 'a graceful bend of the Stirling, was in aj I
'1' 4, Than Its Night-Life Swan forms a quiet bay. An hurry to perform the deed in had passed its zeinth, and the : worried."

: early Dutch explorer named the 1829. It was a time of great international I settlers turned to agriculture : "I was afraid," Glenn quipped,

Australia's city of Perth, which river after its black swans, which rivalry, and he had : and ranching. "he had brought'the light bill

[r' turned on its lamps for astr- until then had been considered .hoard rumors that both French Today Perth serves not only with him."

\ naut Glenn, has long been I mythical birds. and American ships in the vicinity I 1 I as political and administrative J

known as a city of light. .were planning to land at i. capital, but as a trade and distribution Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune
I
i Perth boasts some 50 parks the pleasant site and stake out T r center for the wheat,

. On the night., of February 20, and gardens. Rustic bridges leadto a claim. j I sheep, and minerals of the west- ..,S2JSO A Year In Advance

Perth was glowing from streets, gardens banked in early sum- Early settlers from Englandhad I: ern region. Manufactures include DID REQUEST

' houses, and neon signs. Some. mer with blue Leschenaultiaand to bring money or its equiv automobiles, cement, cloth- Sealed bids will be received In

residents rigged up sheets to reflect red-and-green kangaroo alent in goods to obtain land.\ing, furniture, and processedfoods. City the office of of iiunnell.: the City.Florida Clerk in of the the

light upward. The beacon paws, the state flower of West- One pioneer found he could ex* Civic 12:00 o'clock Center Building noon on the on or 16th before day
" proved a welcome landmark toAmerica's ern Australia. of July, A. D. 1962. for the follow-
his for
change grand piano a I The Lord Mayor of Perth came ing:

, favorite airman. Thousand-acre King's Park, a piece of land, so he left it to to New York to attend the city's S Drill one (1) 3-inch test well to

virgin woodland on the summit 1- --_. -- a maximum depth of 400 feet in
But the city's more enduring
accordance with the specifications
. reputation is based on 'sunlight of _Mount Eliza, overlooks thecity's for a test well prepared by Flood
Wilson & Associates. P.
O. Box
.... rather than electricity. Perth averages modem buildings. Heightsof 3717. Jacksonville, Florida which
nearly eight hours of the Darling Range, a year CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. I ex-amined

.' round playground, mark the .
title
sunshine daily to'claim the
eastern horizon.As H. CRAIG. Funeral Director I Two bids shall be submitted in I
"Sunniest City in Austraia, the alternative to furnish all materials -
the National Geographic capial of Western Australia JOHN HARDIN. Associate labor and machinery and
says to furnish materials labor
I and
Perth administers an area
,
machinery except the 3-inch plpe-
Society.
of 975,920( square miles, more AIR LADY OXYGEN I which will be furnished- by the
City of Bunnell.
River Has Black Swans than three and a half times thee CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED Bidding shall be in accordance

Bathing beaches fringe th size of Texas. The Australian ATTENDANT. AMBULANCES I with and on the forms prepared
, by the aforesaid
.Swan River within the city limits state, like much of Texas, is ..eer consulting engi-

and ocean 'beaches rim a wide open country. Perth and Phone ID 7-3532 the Each City bid Commissioners shall be addressed P.O. Box to

surf-slapped coast near by. Sea its suburbs are the home of 5, Bunnell Florida. The City Com-
201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA missioners
: breezes from the Indian Ocean some 395,000 people, or half of I any and reserve all bids the right and also to reject to-
"---a...... accept the bid that in its udgment
will be for the best interest of the
\ City of Bunnell Florida.

WITNESS my hand and official
seal this 3rd day of July A. D. 1962.
(Seal) C. B. Elsenbach. Mayor
City of Bunnell Florida
< FORD JZ ATTEST:
y. Mrs. Nancy C. Rodgers. City Clerk.
July .5-12-2tc
.1 SUMMER S ca.

1 {f' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
: DEALER . ..... I''I.\( LER COUNTY, FLORIDA
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I : .,..:: {.<>..... 0 IN CHANCERY NO. 4472

: Ag-iea Loughney. Plaintiff 1

vs.
_. John Patrick Loughney Sr.

',.*- \ S 7t NOTICE TO Defendant.DEFEND
\.11T
; JOHN PATRICKOLOUGHNEY' SRS
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Residence and Post Office Address I

: ; suit Unknown.- You has are been hereby filed notified against that In a
you
PRICES"- f the above entitled cause: and you
"CLEAN UP NOW? are hereby required to file your an-

\::? and ewer the plaintiff to with serve the or a Clerk pl copy lntlU'of thereof-this. attorney.Court.upon t

whose
name and address is:
# .
Ray Selden
Selden Building
Daytona Beach. Florida
not later than July 26. A. D. 1962. I
.. If you fail to do BO, decree pro
'V' \ . .J ,. confesso will be % entered against
';
?j,I C2)). \J. ,', ."' 11 j.J. bill you for of complaint.the relief demanded The nature in the of I

.k _". -. said suit being for divorce. I
y.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
. . said Court this 21st day of June
A. D. 1962.Official .
.I 1''J" ( Seal) E.
: : ; : A. SMYTHE t
.,.:;,. ,' . ... -; '. '" . Clerk of said Circuit Court
O .. ;' >::; "f' > By Julia R. Harvey
.. : :< ;:, Deputy Clerk
: June 28 & July 5-1-I9-4tc
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ItEQUEST FOR HID
Notice Is hereby given that the .
Board of County Commissioners of
Flagler County will receive sealed
.. .. bids until 9:00 a. m... August 6.
1962 in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court in the Flagler
County Courthouse. Bunnell. Flor
ida for the following:
ENJOY THE SUMMER TRUCK
One new 1% ton Dump Truck,

IN A NEW FORD approximately 6 cylinder motor 133 of inch. approximately wheelbase.

- --- 145 h. 'p.. dump body to have approximately -
3 yard capacity. Truck
NOW AT FALLCLOSEOUT to be equipped with 8-25 x 20 10
ply tube type tires spare wheel
'
r. rearview mirrors on both sides
.
PRICESI! : turning signals and all standard
equipment. %>
1 ) One new 1% ton Dump Truck
W ttUJUC CUM KM -Wkitml tea fptoMl Mra ml chassis without dump body and
;
WE'RE MAKING A hoist remaining specifications as

', -t, :.r .: .r::: GALAXIES! BIG-SIZE SAVINGS ON A FULL-SIZE FORD!I' : plied above.by Body County and to hoist be installed to be sup-on
;
chassis
: by successful bidder. Price '
CLEAN SWEEP OF ,
( ;
\ / to Include cost of Installation.
.' ROOT RAKE
) ., OUR SUMMER STOCK! ; TD20 One new Root Rake to fit on
International Bulldozer.
'. < ." "d Prices to be FOB
. '' Bunnell. indicating -
.1' I approximate delivery date.
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.' .1: :: GET A SUMMER- ,- re The leet Board any and reserves all bids.the right to
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t Dated at Bunnell. Florida this
3rd day of July 1962.
.:;. . .. . HIGH TRADE-IN .: JOHN Board A. CLEGG Chairman. I
of County Commis-
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:' ?" sioners of Flasrler County.
ON YOUR PRESENT ATTEST: E. A. SMYTHE. Clerk
t July 5-tc
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V naUHC CW SfBM-WMM* fcw miml* rtr,art -

; '-l" ;';" ; FAIRLANES! SPECIAL SAVINGS RIGHT NOW!. : CAR! !AND SEVENTH IN CIRCUIT FOR JUDICIAL FLAGLER COURT CIRCUIT OF COUNTY THE IN

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M>RIDA. IN CHANCERY. NOTICE

. Generous finance terms. OK MARION SUIT..STEVENSON.CHANCERY NO .

L Don't pay a cent for 6 Plaintiff.
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: t1 "* / weeksl Well even give you JAMES STEVENSON
/ up to$300 in cash if your Defendant
.' ORDER OF PUBLICATION
'" present car has a high TN THE NAME OF THE STATE

R -'i : J. ? enough trade-in value I IIS J'' OF James FLORIDA Stevensonco : TO:

,,: % Wm. Niemann & Co.
,; ,. : 55 Paramus Road Box 85
', Paramus New Jersey
You are hereby required to file
Your answer with the Clerk of this
.: rilOM TBOOt If>uia-r Mtr oat : ii I LIMITED! Court to the Bill of Complaint filed .
: herein against you in the above

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F.DAf. : Burns plaintiff attorney. herein.
whose address is 101 Seabreeze
Boulevard Daytona Beach. Florida.
"The Flakier Tribune" Im hereby
'., c, t ... /J- . de ienated as the newspaper in
which this order shall be publishedonce
s.- .YOUR PRESENT CAR DOESN'T HAVE TO BE PAID FOR TO TRADE NOW AT: 'r, h : wwk a week for four, consecutive.
HERRTN VATf NOT OR A
.1 TWCRKK PRO CONFESSO WILL
TtR ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOU
: : SUfH FAILURE.

: : : BUNNFIL MOTOR COMPANY ;; ; toP The rtlvnrr nature... of this suit is a bill

T"4 _ 'j'- WITNESS my hand and eal at
RunnelU Flagler
County
BUNNELL FLORIDA \ V >" ; this 27th day of June. A. D.Florida.116%. I
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I Thursday,' July 12, 1962 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN .

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Buddy Hires will meet. Fans i'er, Pache. Clinic Ab R H f' Rainbow trout introduced into 1

1 ,will be, in for a treat. Every.I SEVILLE BOOM BOOM CLINIC J. Seale 1 0 0 New Zeland rivers from America F FI i iI
SPORTS game for Wadsworth is a mustto 17-2 VVhitaker '.. 2 0 0 I grow: to such size they will not l j jI
stay in for the second half Kuleskl 2 0 1 fit into a creel. Some weigh 25 I
1 Seville, leader of the second I
Bobble
championship. 2 0 1 pounds. 1
NOTES half with 4 wins and losses
no
Deen ' '.. .. --
.F. B. C. '. Ab R H showed no mercey to the Clinic V. ,-1 1 0 .-....-........... ..-. .. .....-......-
Taylor ..< 1 1 1
Continued From Page 2 Brown 2 0 0 :
boys and broke all records by ,. ':F. mI ;
0 Peterson 2 0 0
of the fifth., J. Metts 1 0
scoring 12 runs in the first inning. >
Two! errors and two hits gavg McGriff 301, Kendall 1 0 0 Registered ,'
the Lumber Co. three runs and Ross,3. : 0 0 Bertha 2 0 1 Real Estate Broker I
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; F. Cade had two doubles In Kelly 1 0 0 }
the 'baIt'game was over. Gale D. Metts 3 0 1McKfillan I
I r one inning for a new record. The
Bunnell. Florida
Mercer scattered four hits and .< : 3 0 11'
Goof Off scored five more runs 15 2 4 . ''. ,...... . .. . . ..J
held the Church, team to one, run Pinner :. . 3 1 0 .._.:''.,r" . .. ........""
to win 5.1.Wadsworth. Cowart 300 I to win their sixth straight game. Innings 1 2 3 4 R H E -- - --
'* Buddy Hires struck out 7 in 4 Seville PRESCRIPTION
Improta 1 0 0Hargett 123201713 4 ORMOND
will play Seville 300 .innings. I Clinic 0002 2 4 1 PHARMACY
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Monday night. Gale. Mercer and
i Edwards ,1 0 0 Seville got 13 hits-most they Two base' hits, F. Cade 2: Sick Room SuppUes-Sundries
Hilsenbeck ,- 201 have collected in any game of l.L Smith, R. Yelvington. Three : HOSPITAL SUPPLIES I
CLASSIFIEDADS! this season. Bertha and Kelly base hits, 1.1. Yelvington. Um- 24-Hour Prescription Service!

r. ,\ 28 1 4 both pitchers showed up late pares, King, Harris and Barber. i J I Free Rt.,Delivery AlA 1 in mi.Flagler North of Beach
Wadsworth Ab R H .and did not have a chance to Scorer, Pache. I ORMOND I BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1SKI

warm. Come sooner boys. .. .
t. I Rodger Burnsed : .,.301Jim 311 V J'....-.-........""........-.."...-....-J'J'- -........."1....... .J'..........................................-J
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LUtlns under this fc.adlc are Wall 200 STANDING FOR .ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT g
.8 3 cent per ward each luerttoa* W
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Sheffield ',": : 3 0
I' 75 cent In 1IIlaIa. ekarse.FOR J., 1
*; Seville 4 0 1000 .
C. Sheffield 301
f'I SALE-Five used TV sets. T. Dunance ,3 1 01 Wadsworth 2' 2 V 500 AMBULANCE
Reconditioned and in good working D. Burnsed 211 F. B. C. 1 3 250 PHONE VAlley 41625ST.
order. From $25.00 to $55.00. ?' Clinic SERVICE
l' ._3 250 .
Jerry Burnsed: 100 AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
TV Re.
t: Beachcomber Motel and Seville
Todd 201 Ab R H
pair, Beverly Beach, 2 miles .
Mann 1 1 0Mercer J. Cabe 3 3, 1 Never be hesitant about calling a Cards Ambulance. We
t north of Flagler: Beach. .
W. Coleman 4 1 2
7-12-ltc 2 0 01 are always at your service with promptness, safety and *
r 1\1. Smith 3 2 1 ..
FOR SALE-two 1-ton 'air conditioners -. 25 5 51 R. Wells 4 1 1 V : experience. ,

11 I In good condition. $75 Innings" 1234567RHE I F. Cade V . 3 '1 2 Equipped With Oxygen Rosusitator and Inhalator I
each. Call ID 73206. 7-12-ltp F.B.C. 010000O145 Hires 2 1 2 r
J. Coleman 2 2 0 j
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: ROUTE MAN-Earn $125.00 per R. Yelvington 3 3 2 ,
r.. week, or more. Car and refer- Two base hits Jim Burnsed. F. Jones 2 1 0 P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director :;

t. ences necessary. For personal Todd, Hilsenbeck. umPlres-1 M. Yelvington 2 2 0 LADY ASSISTANT .
Interview in your area write Mrt Mann, Copeland 28 17 13 ".
Camp, 659 West Peachtree .St, .yrlYrl'rl'rhVNrlVY..Y.Y.'Y''Y'.Yh.rl'rI'rtrh..Yrh..Y'rI'. \J'V'rh
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ZIG ZAG SEWING'MACHINE, ,
Repossessed, due :to unfortunate .'

II t circumstances, '62 model, perfect .
condition. Sews forward & reverse

t.. makes buttonholes, sews
, on buttons embroiders & monograms .
t : darns & patches, tacks & v

r hems, etc. Assume 6 payments of :
: 775. CL 5.1161, 7-12-4tc : 3 : VS
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t.FURINTURE refinishing and re-
pairing, chair caneing; restoring : !
antiques expertly done by craftsman I

with 20 years experience.
j' Harry Peabody. ,' 439-2368;.' .J Y..

July 5-5tc .
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FOR RENT-2 bedroom house

I furnished, $10 a week or'"$45 per ..
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month.Bratcher.Contact Mr. or :Mrs.'6-28-tf L.. B. ":'; .ir


t I.. FOR SALE-30 foot house,trailer,I
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( Masonite. Call ID 73410. J
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,I SEPTIC TANK--cleaning reason- '
able rates. George Jarosz, phone i
( ID 7.3410 5-17-11-17-paid (

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EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE t I J 4z; .

On TV, Radios Hi'Fi, Sewing i iI ,.-' : '
Machines, Vacuum Cleaners and j t :.
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all' small appliances. All work SS .
J guaranteed. Ormond Hardware (4

i 50 W. Granada next 7-Eleven : :> 5c ;.

"' Ormond Beach, Fla. Phone 677- I

4414. :May 17-tfcj, ;' A ? : (

HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bedroom t: 4 Jr K

large living dining area. car Yam 9 j Mti '. . -
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port and utility room, CBS en 5Y -

100 x 105 corner lot, ,311 South
l Forsyth Street. 1-23-tf: ,

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FOR RENT OR SALE-3 bed-
ro m house at north end of Pal.

metto,,. Flagler Beach, on boat i

canals, cool pleasant living, ex.
ceptional value, beautiful in

terior and exterior, $90.00 per I
month for September 1 occu CAREFREE VACATIONS BEGIN

pancy. Contact present rentersor ;
Alexander Lumber Co., Daytona -
Beach, Florida. 7-20-TF '

Ocean front housekeeping apart AT YOUR STANDARD STATION

ments, 1 and 2 bedrooms com .
pete with linens and all utilities.

I Sun deck, fishing swimming.. '",
'. loafing. Day, week or jnonth. < RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER someone's family car is,being readied

: Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. for a carefree vacation. '

t HE '9.2082 7-6tf i . YES,-ONE OF THE SIGHTS to see is at your Standard station Just watch '% -:. .

--- - - --- - those specialists give a car the twic--over.1'hey check battery, tires, radiator rg ,, ? :
Oil filter air filter. Electrical system. Windshields and Wipers. Front ,"
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER
to rear!
BEACH REALTY CO. .
YOU.DRIVE AWAY in a vacation frame of mind. Under you husky ,:.'. ,
LOTS, HOMES OCEAN FRONT V
Atlas Tires with their Twin G ramcc...your gears and chassis protected: I } f':''r" '
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WATER FRONT FARMS.
ACREAGE by famous tttlli1 311Q While long-ruaning Standard,0sriIAc and k ...
deposit-free RPM Motor Oil make your engine sing! '
1 See us for your real estate needs
,.. Office Phone HE 9-2242 .
W. C. SULLIVAN '
Agent
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I or ID 7-3517 c' : : - Biinnell. FloridaI
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PAGE EIGHT Thursday, July 12, 1962
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3ase I found that 'it wasn't an L:g. you _don't make too many daily VIRTUALLY
i I I ALL OF
official prayer-it was recom- However, be selective with inspections, you'll get a real
mended or suggested. It wasn't the sunrise work. Do the jobs suprise in three weeks after cuttings I I TAXES. COLLECTED

jdmpulsory: but strictly volun- that make little noise. Awakingthe are placed in the propagation I I Virtually all of the real personal

,ary. I am for protecting the neighbors with a lawn mow- bed. With almost no luck and intangible taxes listed

ights of minorities but when minorities er perhaps won't get you booted at all, generous growth of large,I jcn i the 1961 roll have been collected -
who don't have to be out of the community, but white roots will form at the base Dale B. Brown, Pr., coun- ,
subject to what they don't like tongue lashings later in the day end of each cutting. ty tax collector reports. He said ,
;an still thwart the will of the will make you feel like a heel. Azaleas are almost as easy to a total of 99.95 per cent of the

majority -then this is no longera Mulching shrubs in the early root, but take a bit longer to total roll was collected.

: democracy. Constitutional morning is a nearly soundless send ,out small, hair-like feed- Mr. Brown recently made his

r amendments have been Intro- task if you grease the trash cart ers from along the buried partof I report of the collections and re-
duced here which will have the wheels. The neighbors will stayin the cutting. ceipts for the sale of tax cer-
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' effect of changing this decision. their beds and the plants will'< Regardless of how your root tificates to the state and the
-,1;: They will not force- :those who enjoy beds blanketed with or- cuttings, the new plants shouldbe board of county commissioners.prints .

- ,. A.S. (Syd) Herlong I. don't want to, to participate on I ganic trash. ,( given extra care during their

;'. Congressman. Fifth, District I eligious services,- but they will Mulch will keep plant roots first season of growth. Don't. of bands of cops-n-robbers,
: ; permit the great majority-who cool and comfortable during the take cuttings from their shady,' pesty cats, and stray dogs.
I am sorry that I h ven't made Jo-engage in such religious exercises hot months and tends to pre, moist home and place them directly .[Strong words often prevent

. I my usual reports,to you the past as they may choose. ,vent damage from nematodes. in the hot sun, because I'(I trampling by the small fry, but
: I couple of weeks. The plain truth i i iqcFideH Mulches keep down water bills,';'1 I plants blister as easily as hu J animals 'don't seem to get theI
", is that J have just. been so busy reduce backaches caused by mans. I I message so easily.
k' with committee work, legislation 1 pulling weeds and furnish> Planting new cuttings in peat:'. If you don't like to mar the
tlW Ja. I
:: on the floor and trying to an- l in l plants with food. I i I pots is an easy way to get tender ; beauty of the garden with unsightly -

f swer the mountains of mail that J| cuttings gradually used to string fences, then try
Trimming shrubs is like trainIng .
t come in that I simply haven't (By HerreY Sharp) I 'I full sun. A week or so in half I lengths of thorny briar stems.
the diaper clan. Both need
i7 had the time. in is frus shade, then three-fourths sun is' It is a sure bet that the animals
Gardening July as I constant attention until they I
Things have really been popping trating as the efforts of a June t form correct habits. So, trim ornamentals :;;: all it takes to ,prepare the plants'I will steer clear of a bed of ,

I here during the weeks I bride trying to cook her first I just as soon as fresh,';,for a happy life in full sun. I prickles. ,

i, haven't reported'to you-and Sunday dinner for the in.taws.1 tender growth 'shoots out of t Peat convenient.
: I pots are quite
while that means there is much YUGOSLAVIA ALUMINUM
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Coth are tough jobs.It place. Constant shearing prevents I Plant pot and all and the cut- I
f' more to report:-it also means I Yugoslavia produces aluminum
is human nature for the later butchering, which I I ting will never feel the shock
t there is less time to prepare a for the United States and
bride to beg off, but nature won'tlisten 'sn't good for any plant. iNow's I of transplanting. The peat pot
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report. I other customers. Since 1955 the
to a human begging'so chance to make will decompose and form. plant I
r-' The House killed the proposed your Balkan nation has doubled pro
July brings many woes to the food in few short weeks.
camelia cuttings since the spring a
farm bill. I voted against it. It I duction, says the National Geo-
\ not for gardener.The flush of growth is half hardened.Cut After setting the plants, protect
was good our people- graphic Magazine. It turned out
farmers For all list. is long. Sultry hot I off three to four inch lengths "them from careless foot-
or consumers. I 25,000 ton in 1960.
practical purposes it would not weather is at the top. Trimming of your favorite varieties and I I

have permitted our cattle men I hedges, mowing lawns and pull place them immediately into
and poultry farmers to raise any ing weeds are the main tasks your cutting beds. If you use I VACATIONS I I
feed for their I that take the starch out of a the old system of rooting tip
k
grain own use Are you taking your vacation trip without adequate
ardener's initiative. cuttings near a leaky faucet I
without getting an acreage al Insurance protection? For short-term or long-term I ,
; lotment-and again practically The avid gardener gets the I they should take root in ,about
trip-surance, see us. Wherever whenever ,
, you go you
couldn't suchan worst. tasks done while the six weeks. But under constant
speaking-they get However go-GO PROTECTED.
allotment unless they alreadyhad neighbors are still snoozing. So,I mist, rooting time will be short- go. you t tI

one-and none of our farm- I if you are an early riser you I ened by two weeks. t I I SEE H. T. COOK AGENCY ,
J! ers did. This would have forced I are in luck as most of the brow j Tip cuttings from oleander I]I General Insurance

the cattle people, for example sweating tasks can be completed j and hibiscus will root in a few., BUNNELL FLORIDA
[ to buy all their feed-and this In the dewy cool of the morn weeks under constant mist. If I

could only result in higher beef I ,
costs to the consumer.
f We passed the 'trade bill. II

voted for it. Some people wrote
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'' that we were delegating powers I
The
to the President that Congress happiest

should keep-but the history of I .

l. trade legislation ,discloses that 9Ik vacations
". this'is nothing1'new. It has been '

done in all trade bills for many, _i _

" many years. 'There were sectionsin "

.- the bill that I didn't approve L
and tried to ,get them outbutI
wasn't successful. Except for
these sections business generally
favored' the bill and it had _Chevy n Nova Conyertlble-_Thrifty way to get In on top-down_traveling!

the endorsement of the U.S. beginwitha
Chamber of Commere. The most ;. ,
compelling reason for this legis
visit to
lation was the fact that we must I your fF

I put ourselves in a position whereit _
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will be possible to get into CHEVROLETDEALERS .-- "
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our exports will continueto .
drop-and our balance of pay- :'

ments problem get worseandIt j :
is bad enough now.

As if all this wasn't enough Chevy n Nova Station Wagon-Family-sIzed, easy to park, pack, pay fori! 1
cur committee has now started

in working on the medical care
!f for the elderly problem. It does '

) not appear* likely that any oft ,

/- -: ,'}e bills introduced will yen
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h-.- -bs voted on in the committeein

: the exact form that they were
i1troduced-but some type of I

.compromise or as Secretary Ribi- U
c-.ff says--"alternate solution" GET A JULY BUY 7j

will at least be approved by the .

; crmmittee.working on it.Anyhow we are AND SEE WHY: ClierrolellmpalaSportSedan-Jel-smoolh .. rivals the expensive nukes. I

To add further confusion to 1

. everything the Supreme Court.
came up with another decision t\ti1 J.
that shocked the great majority
of our people.' The immediate

:.. reaction of most people was that. j1ri
Jhey outlawed prayer in public

{"I;. schools. When you read the decision .. _
however, you can see : sr F
? that that is not what happened.In w- _
all candor I think the de-

cision was wrong. I am a strong Corvair Monza 4-Door Sedan- Chevrolet Bel Air 9-Passeflger Station Wagon-Just abort all the station
t' advocate of complete separation Sperts car spice on the family plan. wagon anyone weld want Roef Luggage Carrier Is o&Heoal at extra cost
t>( church and state. The Court
tried to hang their decision on I
this premise but in reading the

K background information ,on this local authorized
.4 See your Chevrolet deafer
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fHE OUTBOARDER -<0, Y A

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Autnorized Evlnrude Dealer G'.ATh ACCESSORIES REPAIRS HALL.TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY 'h
lockage Storage rre Ramp
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WE FINANCE
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i 825 Ballcmsh Rd--Daytona. ". TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 r. '-. :;.- BUNNELL FLORIDA"r ..

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