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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: July 19, 1962
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. 50, NO.. '28 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY; JULY 19, 1962 $2.50 A } 1". hL
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Flagler 4-H'ers I Public Hearing for Frank I BoswellIs '"I Mosquito Board's Coach Manuel-- ;



! \ To Attend Camp School..Budget SetThe TransferringTo I=Annual MeetingThe Thanks Donors ":;<

Flagler County Board of East Flagler Mosquito
: Public Instruction will hold a Board will hold its annual .
At Cherry Lake Walton Co. 1 For Gridion
public ,hearing on :the proposed I I meeting tonight for the purposeof Help ij .
1 r school budget on July 27th, at discussing the tentative: I
Flagler County 4-H Club members 9 A. M. Frank Boswell who has been I I I proposed budget fdr the fiscal j I In behalf of the Coaching Staff I II

will camp at 4-H Camp The meeting will be" held in sanitary officer for the Flagler I I I year ending September 30, 1963. and the Administrative Depart- I

f Cherry Lake, near Madison, July the office of the superintendentat County Health Department I j I The meeting will be held at the I ment of the Bunnell High School' ,
30 to August 4, County Agent the courthouse and will be I I the past two years. is transfer'I! office on Highway AlA at 7:30 I would like to express our sin. I'

' Howard Taylor said today. I for the purpose ,of, discussing ring to Walton County August 1,1' in the evening. I core appreciation, and gratitude. ,

There are four such camps in citizens ,of the county the proposed I it was- learned today. The total proposed budget for 'to the people who most generously I" ?

the state, located in Highlands, budget for the fiscal year :Mr. Boswell l will be sanitary I I the year beginning October 1, 'gave financially and ma

F *. Madison, and, Escambia Coun- beginning July 1, 1962. officer for the health department. 1962 through September 30 1963, terially to help us improve our
''r I there. This will be a promotion present football facilities I
ties. These, camps are operatedby in the. amount of $13,755.00. playing
According to a legal advertisement
the Florida Agricultural Ex "' in rank for Mr. Boswell. Coach Bo Manuel said. *
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on the budget hearing ;
Mrs. Boswell, who has'served .
tension Service, Each camp' hasa .
this issue The Tribune "All Those making cash contribu .
0(' GrantsinAidMoney I .. I
t maximum capacity of about as a public health nurse for the I
tions included Arden '
interested persons are cordially : Kinney
1 Vlagler County Health Department -
150 to 170'campers. 1I I invited +Ito participate in the p\tb- Sam Broadaway, Dale Brown, Jr1
for the
1 past two months,
Most of the camps are composed lie hearing and to discuss the has also presented her resignation ReturnedTo H. V. Peavy, Dr. J. M. Canakaris,
'; of 12 campers' cabins, auditorium school program and budget for W. E. Knight, J. R. Shelton, A. C.

pavilion, canteen, first the ensuing year." effective August 1. .State Is Small Rodgers. Levi Brannam, Sr.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Boswell are now
aid station men's control cab, Charles Creal
advertisement Cobby Cobb, Mr.: ,
The said "Com
in Ozark, Alan where they were
in, ladies control cabin, and I Johnson of Jacksonville, and !
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plete details on each separate critical illness :
called by the of For every tax dollar collected
halls. I several
: mess I cash contributions : j
r part of the budget summarizedin her mother. I'I by the federal government in i '
f'>, Former 4-H Club members the ad) are on file and avail Florida, 16 cents is "returned": i amounting to' $25.

t. who are presently college stu able for public inspection at the under the grants-in-aid program, The poles were given by St.

dents ,are the permanent camp' office of the ,county superintend ,The Florida State ,Chamber of Regis Paper Co., Rayoiner, Inc.,

-, staffs.education Lifeguards majors atthe are' Univers physical'I ent.." Flagler 4H'ersPlan Commerce J" ports. Hudson Pulp and Paper, and
Wadsworth Lumber Co.
"Under 'this
t $217.3
'. _,:,.- ity of Florida who hold ad. ,I To Raise million was paid program to Florida Lehigh Portland Cement Co.

vanced life saving certificates. state agencies or directly to Flor furnished the clay for the softball .
I Test
. Mess halls are headed ,by ladies Equivalency For
\ ida residents during the 1960.61.' field. :
who are supervisors of the school Beef Cattle -
! fiscal year. Only grants are in Ab Johnston loaned the trac-.
: lunch Four-H High School Diploma I
room
.. programs. Ii i eluded. Obviously government' tor and irrigation system for

parents serve as chaperones. The Flagler County 4-H Club 1 expenditures 'for salaries of em : watering the( grass; George Allen I
the< chaperones from, Is Set For 1
Among : August I recently received a $500.00 loan ployees and for the purchase of I Jr., and Herschel King donated
this
County going year
Flagler The General Educational Development from the Flagler County Cattle goods and services are not cov; fertilizer for the fields.
K Mrs.
Mrs. Pearl Blakely,
are Dick Tests for the State of men's Association. The loan was ered by these grants. The Florida Power & Light Co. 1
Mrs, Cody
t Mary Broadaway. Brooks. Florida High School Equivalency made for a period of two years "Last year's, grants in, Florida for their help in setting the I i
and Mrs. Mabel '
Diploma will be administered and the money will be used to' ,were. up $5.7 million over the poles and use of their equipment. 1 :

f There will be about 34 4.H'erst" again in August. Adults interested = buy more beef cattle, County, previous year and were'$89.1 mil. The staff also expressed its 3

t" from Flagler County attending in taking the Jests should Agent Howard Taylor said. > lion more,' than five years ago. thanks to the Flagler County >
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this year. They.uJI'; becam P=. 1regtsfef t"', y:'August':'-I:'White, t'th 4-H Clflbrnemb'ers' "havS' =<:'The'grants funnelled through Commissioners. and L. M. %Vhi- l

i big'with,members fromGll h isti' adults should register with Mrs. been working on a beef and 1-state agencies last year came to aker for their aid in planting .

; and Madison Counties. I Luellen, Mary Karl Vocational dairy cattle project for the past; $175.5 million, dropped slightly the grass; the Bunnell city com ,

Mr. Taylor said each boy and School, Daytona Beach Junior five years. Frank Polhill started from the previous year but almost mission for the use of equipmentand

; girl makes one or several craft College. Colored adults should the project in 1957'when he secured doubled during the past cash contribution; to the

items, which are provided at register with Bernard W. Smith, a 143-acre tract of state five years. Highway construction Flagler County School Board for

cost ot the campers. The craft Volusia County Community Col owned land near the north city ''aids to the state accountedfor its aid and assistance, and to i

projects would be a welcome addition lege. Daytona Beach. limits of Bunnell. Howard Taylor the largest single amount, every one who gave so generous.

to any home or individualand This opportunity, to earn a took over the present proj $73.9 million. Old age assistancecame fly of their time and effort.: With-

not just trinkets. high school diploma is open to ect after Polhill accepted a job to $35.9 million; aid to I this financial aid and help

Some of the daily activities those adults who did not finish in Hendry County. dependent children to $14.8 million it could not have been com

f.' enjoyed by the campers are high school and who are 20 The 4-H'ers started raising and to the blind and totally I pleted.
Softball, heifers with disabled, $6.9 million. Coach Manuel said plans are i
movies, games, relays years of age or older and legal high grade dairy I
i swimming, folk games, skits residents of Florida. The tests the intention,of selling them as "School construction and operation now underway :to erect 64 iodine ,

t produced by each cabin, organ. require ten hours for completionand heavy springing heifers to dairy aids amounted to $7.4 I' quartz lights on the present foot N

ized recreation by trained recreational ,will be administered in the farms in the area. The dairy million and school lunches to' ball field. "We hope this work

leaders, talent pro evening and on Saturday to accommodate program was successful and the $5.9 million. Hospital construction will be completed in the near

grams, crafts, etc. working adults. The boys and girls sold about fifty aid totaled $4.9 million. future so that everyone can see '

Mr. Taylor said the religious total cost for the tests is $7.50. heifers. They are just completingtheir "Grants made directly to individuals the vast improvement that has I

aspect of camp life is not neg These tests are designed to third" diary program cycle totaled $41.8 million been made on the present field

lected. The 4-H blessing is sung permit people who have not attended and still have about 15 heifersto last year, a 20 per cent gain over since last year." I'

before each meal and daily nondenominational or completed high school sell at a later date. the previous year. The principal -

vesper servicesare to demonstrate that they havean They do not plan to drop the items included were $9.8 million .
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held after the "Flag Lower. equivalent general education, dairy calf project, however the to veterans; $9.5 million for Eel Copeland's 1

ing Service." Most people find the tests in emphasis will be placed on the regular and emergency unem- .
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teresting and not too difficult; beef cattle project. They recently employment payments; $7.7 million Mother Passes r" "I
most 'adults who read well pass bought a few high ,grade Angus to the National Guard; and ,

City CommissionTo the tests. The adult equivalency females to start their beef $6.6 million to farmers under :<,/
In Jacksonville
conservation and soil bank
diploma, which is issued by the project, Advisor Taylor said. pro.

State; Department ,of Education, Taylor praised the cattlemen's grams. "
ReadvertiseTest I will 'serve to get adults into most association for their active support "Researchers into problems related Funeral services for Mrs. Alice '

colleges it will satisfy Civil of the 4-H Clubs, and also to health in Florida received Susan Copeland, of Jacksonville, '

Well BidsThe Servicerequirements,. State Merit the Flagler Board of County $6.2 million, 29 per cent mother of Ed Copeland of Bun !.

: System requirements etc. Commissioners for their excellent more than in the former year. nell, will be held at 3:30 P.M. r

Bunnell city commissionin Interested adults should contact support through the years. "Public housing, urban plan. at the Estes-Krauss Funeral
session Monday evening voted ning, civil defense, conservationof Home 618 Laura SL Dr. C. R.
Mrs.. Luellen at CL 5.1476,
to readvertise for bids on the natural resources and a variety Pittard of the Main Street Bap-
Daytona Beach, or Mr. Smith at
test well, with acceptance date CL 2.1732, Daytona Beach, to Warning! of research programs also tist Church will officiate. Burial
set for August 20. Only one bid received aid. All told, Florida will' be ,in Evergreen Cemetery. "
make the preliminary
had been received and it was necessary Parents are warned concerningthe participated in 85 of the 96 different Mrs. Copeland who lived at I
for taking the
arrangements of children playingIn
not properly executed.In danger categories under the federal 366 W. 69th' St., died Tuesday in :
tests.
addition to routine busi the "Fog" and following the" grants-in-aid program." a Jacksonville hospital. She was'born :"

ness, the commissioners voted to mosquito fogging machine dur- j in Starke and had lived in;

begin clearing the recently ac DIAMONDS ARE CARBON ing the fogging operation. GREAT PLAINS ,GRASSHOPPER I Jacksonville since 1919, moved

quired' Block 68. It is directly Material used in the operation The Great Plains, .threatenedby to Indianapolis in 1956, returning
Proof that a diamond is noth- contains DDT and could be I
and foot
east of the City Hall a grasshopper plague, has to Jacksonville in 1961.
ing but crystallized carbon required dangerous to the child. It is <
ball stadium between Moore and suffered often from the voracious She was a member of they
real devotion on the part also highly dangerous for the I
Main Street
Chapel Streets. insects. The most spectacular Baptist Church.,
of scientists. In 1772, French children to be running in the
They also voted _to open upa invasion occurred in the Survivors include:
chemist Antoine Lavoisier and fog'as they could not be seen
street in the Carver High 1870s. Successive waves of daughter Mrs Richard (Alice
his colleagues polled their funds and could be ,struck by passing ,
and patch V.)
School area; repair grasshoppers ate grain, vegetables ,Alexander, Indianapolis;
several places in city streets; to buy a: diamond and pro. motorists.QUEBEC'S. tree leaves, and weeds. four sons, Jessie L. Copeland,

clean ditches and ,replace ,water, ceeded to burn it up. The gas I, When greenry was gone the Houston, Texas; Edward A. Copeland '

pipes. that ,resulted was carbon diox CHARM hungry horde nibbled clothing, Bunnell, and Joseph S.
ide. In 1799, another Frenchman, Quebeck's Upper Town
''I' suggests harness, and pitchfork handles. Copeland and Albert S. Copeland,:
,The egg came long before the Guyton de, Morveau, furtheredthV 'I a section of France transi both of Jacksonville; two broth:

chicken., Bfrds'are, t an;'"ottshootof :research by converting :|planted to Canada. The Gallic ers, Vernon Hilliard, Trilby, and

reptile stock that was laying g diamond into graphite,"the charm preserved in small ho. Each person possesses about Joe J llllard, Lake, City; lour| .

eggs million of years- before ,the of carbon used in "lead" pencil -1,(,tels, intimate cafes, horse-drawn 44,000 pairs of genes, or heredity.grandchildren and severaljgreatf;

first-.-bird.*._, -* ,'flew, ', v taxis,*,and a ehraneypot.skyline.: carriers. children survive.": __1


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.- TWO -' -THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA J'
+ Thursday. July. IQa 'II
_. 1962
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FLAGLER WOMAN'S' CLUB
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SURPRISE BIRTHDAY I
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HAS, GET-TOGETHER
PARTY FOR MRS. LEHR
I Hard work paid off for the I I IThat's
,.'.. :Mrs. Ray Lehr was given a Woman's Club president, Esther PRICES GOOD THURS. -FRI. SAT.. JULY 19-20-21, 1962.
:" surprise birthday party by,members Heydt and second vice president
of the choir and their families

" last, Thursday following night choir practice at the I I I Marge committee were honor Givens chairman guests, ways. at,and when a covered means they Right, Our Meats Are the Finest I

:Methodist Church. \I I dish luncheon last Tuesday. Approximately !'
A beautiful white cake with AnywhereAll
50 members, hus-

... fruit a musical punch staff was decoration served *to and the bands appreciation and guests by bringing showed delici-their our Steaks are cut from U. S. D. A. Grade Choice Western Beef. i II

. following: Mr. and Mrs. Bernie I
ous dishes that began with tomato \
:', Wilson and daughters, Jo Anne! juice' cocktail and ending Properly Aged Guaranteed Te. er.
and Barbar, :Mrs. Suzanne Baldwin I with delicious desserts. Mrs.
I Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lerch, Heydt and ,Mrs. Givens were FLORIDA GRADE A WHOLE DRESSED AND DRAWN i
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lerch, Flora
; presented with corsages and
and Emily Gage Mrs. Reynold seated at a special table with
Hoover, Mrs. Lillian Bondy, cool green paper on which were FRYERS lb.29C :
Keith Lovell, Paul Kelly, Bill sprays of "Fleurie" fern interwoven
Chimpky, Rev. and Mrs. Lester by beautiful _red hibiscus .
1 V Stanton, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hull, flowers.
Kay,Swayze, Mrs. Keep, and Inez
Crenshaw. After lunch games of choice Baby Beef SlicedLIVER Copeland's 12 oz. All Meat CelloFRANKSPKG
were played while some just sat
HONORED ON FOURTH and visited and the young people LBLyke's *
.i.... ,. WEDDING ANNIVERSARY I I enjoyed comics Overseeing 49 39
f > In honor'of their fourth wedding the occasion were the other four
:i\t anniversary, Rev. and Mrs.I executive board members Ethel ,
White, Helen Sindelar, ,Emily
entertainedwith
A. F. Stevens were 3 Lb. CanPicnics .
U. S. Choice ClubSteaks
Bonday and Flossie Haines.
:' an informal 'get-to-gether I

,following the. evening worship During the occasion, the two Cooked
'; . service last Sunday evening.I honored ladies expressed their $179 Ib. 89
,..;'. '0 White sheet cake with blue sincere thanks to all who helped Each ,
resets, fancy cookies, and punch
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make !the booth on the third and 3
, V were served to the many mem Fourth of July a success and
bers and friends.COMMUNITY that they appreciated the pat- FOLGER'S DIXIE CRYSTALSUGAR

ronage.As .

t",$ CHURCH NEWS MEMORIAL an added attraction, Tess COFFEE
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Rev. R. W.' Dickert will con and Trudie Massie gave several
\: tinue his series of messages on song renditions while Tess play :
" "Triumph Over Trials" at the ed a guitar. Then Tess and Ed
L V 11 a. m. worship service 'next Gary gave a demonstration ofI Ib ':" 51b ,
:. Sunday. Sunday school is at 10 the 'Twist Dance. 39 : 39
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!' o'clock<< with classes for all ages.I
CAN BAG
. ; Visiting here Thursday with
It METHODIST CHURCH NEWS'' ,Mr and Mrs. J. D.Perritt were t
,: Limit one with $5.00 or more food order. Limit one with $5.00 food order
.. or more
'Rev. Lester Stanton will occupy Mr. and Mrs. Ross Allen of Silver .
the pulpit in the absence Springs. Mrs. Allen is Mr I
, ",. of Rev. R. N. Hoover at the regular Perritt's niece. SIZE 303 'VAN CAMP'SPORK
t; ; S worship service next Sunday
.p at 10:30 .a m. Church school is Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Fager
;, at 9:30: and visitors are wel sten and children Rickey, Barbara and BEANS: $100
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, : rom'ed.The. Thomas and Sharon, from
WSCS met last Thursday Midland Park, N. J., have been
morning at the church with Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Whitney -
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:. Keith Lovell presiding. Miss and family. :Mr. Fagersten 46 OZ. HICORANGE I
Emily Gage read (the minutes is Mrs. Whitney's brother. Mrs.

'. and the treasurer's report was Whitney's parents, Mr and Mrs. 3
given by :Mrs. Bob Whitney. David Fagersten, from Clermont, DRINK oR89 :

f I The secretary's reports were Fla., also spent the weekend .
given by Mrs. Reynold Hoover, with the Whitneys.
Mrs.. Inez' Crenshaw and Mrs...I.
Harry Treadwell. While on their camping trip, 15 OZ. LADY BETTY SWEET EXTRA. CRISP
Mrs. Bernie Wilson presentedthe I Rev. Reynold Hoover, Lyman 1 I '
program on "Relationship of Gage, and Leonard Johnosn were
the Church to Students Away I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mas 1,I Cucumber Wafers JAR 1 19
from Home." I sie of Waynesville, N. C. Sunday i :1 E
These tentative dates were night they arrived in South! :
set for the annual bazaar: November Renovo, Pa., and 'spent that I II
16, and \the annual I night with Leonard's parents, !
smorgasbord,' February 8, 1963. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Johnson. 46 OZ. STOKLEY'STomato '.
Mrs. Charles Bondy and Mrs. Lyman and Rev. Hoover spent
Paul Kelly were hostesses. the next few days with Rev. Juice EACH .
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l I 1 Hoover's cousin, Robert Harrier, l
Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Bowen
: at Woodland, Pa., while Leonard
left Monday for their summer I visited with his parents. Leon- J!

cottage at Baboosie Lake, Am- ard and'Lyman started home to- SEE WALT DISNEY'S MOVIE "BIG RED"-GET DOG TRAINING jC'
BOOK\\
herst N.H. On ,their way north day but Rev. Hoover plans to
they will spend a few days in spend more time visiting cousins
New Jersey and also Mt Kisko, -Pennsylvania and attendinga }
Friskies Food
N. Y. They will return to Flag. family reunion, on his maternal Dog 21127 bs ::1
ler -Beach the first of October. side, the Welker family.
y UVV He will return in a week with
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PETERSON TEXACO Bigler, Pa., cousins also of ,Rev. FRESH PRODUCE FROZEN FOODS j

SERVICE Hoover. Large Western 6 Oz. Sealdsweet Orange f fCantaIopestr1 I
ROAD SERVICE

Light Mechanical Work I Mrs. Gertrude Higgins will 00 6 FOR !
Phone 437.3<<1 B1JJ1B ill return to her home on Central : JUICE 99
Ave the first of August after ,

spending the past three- monthsin ,
Missouri.
SINCLAIR SERVICE Cardinal RedGRAPES2 10 Oz. Bird's Eye Garden

STATION Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Spivey

Now Available and son, Daryl, are visiting in lbs 49* PEAS 2 FOR 39 1
on Highway U. S. No. 1 North Carolina and_ also camp- \
In Bunnell. ing in the Smokey v Mountainsthis
week.
Must be Mechanically Inclined.
.' Bunnell resident No. 1 White 9 Oz. Mr. GFrench
Visiting with :Mr. and Mrs.

preferred.". Phones Mr.Jack and Meekins Mrs. .H.this A.week Eckhoff were of Potatoes: ? 49< Fries 10 ;

,437-3516 or' 439-2044 Charlotte, N. c., and Miss Mary 1
Bunnell Collins of Chester, 'S.. C .
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McGriff %,.. ...A 2 1 01 I A Ir
B. Brown ': 1-:, .3 0 0 j j '
RED HIRES SHUTS OUT McMillan .200. : -- :
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I LUMBER COMPANY '..0rj Hargett 2 2'1

.> 2 2 0 V
Red Hires pitched four hit ball,I Cauley > '
struck out'seven and shut out Improta ', ,1 1,1
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J. Metz f : '2 'l' 2
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their cousins, the Wadsworth
Westbrook : "t.. w.. .. ,_ 210' #<
Lumber Co. 7.0 which was Se. L: :*
ville's R. Edwards",.. 2 0 1
eighth straight win and ..'.?/-
fourth straight over Wadsworth. .
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:.., :.186 5
The win Seville the second .
gave Innings .1.2,3, 4,5 R H
half Jones, .
championship. Clinic :00 ,4 VALUES
\ Smith, Williams, all had two F. B. C. 0411x65Two BIG : .

hits ,for Seville. Johnny Rodgers base hit, J. Seale.Umpires, .
had two hits and Jim ,Burnsed,
Burnsed and Harris. Scorer, L. -
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batter had hit to "
leading one Pache. "SHELTON'S-the Busiest, o
I extend his hitting streak to nine? rvYy."
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games. Place in Town"4
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Seville exploded for six runs

in ,the second inning on seven 5agfe &ack.Continued -
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\ good,clean.hits.".They have been I Grade "A" Whole Dressed & Drawn.: .
playing .-::good '. ball game by '
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game AB B H Sale :'
Seville Guests of Mr..and Mrs. Charles 27 .
J. Cade'. 2 '1 0 Bertalot recently have 'been"Mr. Fryers

W111iam$ . ,. . 2 1 1 Bertalot's sister, Irs. Mary Balmas MIX OR MATCH .
.. 2 1. 2 I
Smith ,
her daughter, Miss Chris '
R. Wells : '.':l .. .... 2 1 2 tine Balmas, a grand daughter. :, 303 Can .: Just Rite for the Grill, Small: . : ". ',"
F" cade-' .' ;..; ,, 2 0 1 TOMATOES O
' Mary May Glapper, and Mrs. ." _
R. Hires ,. 2 0 1 Balmas' sister and ,brother in .. } SPARE RIBS,. LB. ,::59'vfc.
J. Coleman 2 1 0 LImIt 3 .... '
law, Mr. and Mrs.Amual Bal *- :t '\'a.Campbell's .
W. Coleman"' u'' if' .t' '1.2 I '0 0 bias, all of Monett, Mo. Other ; .-;.,' .' Flavor Aged Beef '<;i<*<-.}\,
B.. Henry ,',\ : : O. 0 0Jones' visitors were, E. W.: ,Hayes' of..St j -

: : ': ,: :.2". 1 2 Joseph, ,Mo.. and Mr. and. ,Mrs. TOMATO SOUP" 10 CHUCK STEAKS LB.. .- :W ..
R. Yelvington" 2" 1 1 ,
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Claude Thorpe of Prudenville, Limit 3 '"
Mich. ,Mr. Thorpe is ,a nephewof '; ' ": L World's BestHAMBURGER ." .
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20 7 to Energy Quarts .
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Mrs. Bertalot and he and his '
Wadsworth 'Ab' B H wife have spent the past few BLEACH .' lp 3 LBS. '1.39Lean
2 0 2I .
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Rodgers; winters in Florida. ; to'. .. 'A.
.I Jim',Bums 2 0 'i .' Limit ODe . .
C'Sheifield; 2 0 0 C : Small Sides ,. ,.
Visitors of Mr. and :Mrs. Bob Jiffy bm. . :
J. I. 'Shemeld'' 2 0 0 Whitney and family Thursdayand MUFFIN MIX r 'lOc WHITE BACON LB." 29*-',
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Wall ,' 2 0 0 .: .
Sunday included Mr. and
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Jerry' .Burpsed, ;'2' 0 .0 . .
.. t Mrs. James Cummins and sons, Bush '300 '
Can .
Cummins l' 0 0 Smoked
Jimmy and Barry, and Mr.. and
Todd ,' :_. i 0 0 Ormond KIDNEY BEANS IOc . : .
:Mrs. McMilllan. and LB. : <
D:: Bums.- d 'f'. 'J.' 1 0 0 daughters, Charlotte and Linda, HAM HOCKS" '-. 2S, "
Mercer ,::,a .4 ,1 0 1 Bush 300 Can . ,
. t all from Clermont, ,Fla. Mrs. l '
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Cummings and Mrs. McMillianare "toc-; Fresh Tender ., :
BLAOKEYE PEAS .' 4'
.. 1804"Innings' ,.. ; ,
., daughters of Mr. Whitney. ; I
,',. 123.4B H $: PIG LIVER 3 LBS. '1.00 I
V, : ,'
. While. on their honeymoon, ,Stokley'a 8oz. Can ,
16O0710
Seville .. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lerch from I : ; .
Wadsworth : 00000 4. Lebanon, Pa., visited with his TOMATO SAUCE 'lOC. Individual Servings .... ;, ,. ,
Two ''ba'hit, Williams. Umpires brother and family, Mr. and Mrs.
:
Hargett Pache.CHURCH a Whitaker. Howard Lerch. ." . Lay's, 211 ,Can Jiffy _Steaks, .', : :,:::" '..1POTATO.
Scorer,
. Visiting with Rev. and Mrs .STICKS J10c Veal Cutlets, Each 1OGordy's *'

SQUEEZESBY A. F. Stevens ,are Mrs. Stevens' 1 Lb.'Sox
'
CLINIC 6.5 parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Bailey Six Bottle CartonCOKESE19
F. B. C., defeated the Clinic and daughter, Diann from SALT lO ,
6-5 behind the 4-hit pitching of Lancaster, Pa. Others guests include

Cecil Westbrook. He pitched Mrs. .Stevens' aunt, Mrs. 303 Can

I good ball and showed good control W. D. Sawyer from Tallahassee, TURNIP GREENS toe '
walking only two batters. and her sister, Mrs. E. W. Fickes,
Jimmy Hargett made some and children Mark, Carol and
beautiful catches out in center- Tommy, from Monrovia Calif. Limit 2 with $5.00 or more food order
field. Cliff McGriff and first' All Vegetable Shortening I

baseman R. ''Improta gave a lot Mrs.: .Sam Walts from DeLand, FRESH FRUITS-VEGETABLES
of infield support. Jeff Seale hit! spent Sunday with her daughter CRISCO 3 Lb. Can. 59 I
knock in two U. S. No. 1GREEN .
double to
a long
and son in law,,Mr. and Mrs.
runs in the top of the fifth and OR
Charles 1feeklI1and., family. BEANS 29C
was put out at third to kill a ShurfineSHORTENING 2 lbs,' ....
rally for the Clinic. Whitaker Visiting with Mrs. Reynold I
made the last out to end the sse U. S. No. 1 Ripe
Hoover this week is her grand-I 3 lb. Can
game. H daughter, Marda Rooney, from I Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order PEACHES, 2 Ibs. 29c
Clinic Ab R Jacksonville.
Seale ..r '/ 2 1 1 Duncan Hines Ice Cold

Whitaker 3 0 1 CAKE MIXES ? WATERMELONS, Each 39c:
1
Bertha 4 0 1 0 3 for _

Taylor 3 1 1 50 FREETOP Chocolate Yellow White
Deen 1 0 0 Chase & Sanborn
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Robbie 3 0 0 VALUE STAMPS Bremner 1 Lb. Box
1 LB.
f Peterson 2 0 1 Package with purchase Borden's of SALTINESEach i9Coffee CAli. 4911


PAL PARKER'S. INC. Scalloped Potatoes I Sunshine 2% Glass Pickled
Automotive Specialty Center and this coupon Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food orderKraft's

nRAKE RELINED l1u:S Coupon Expires 7.21.62 PEACHES Each39c,
PART AND LABORFORDCHRVROLETPLYMOXTH
r Aged
Dart Brand Canned. j

540 Mason OTHERS Ave.ItD.DS Daytona I 25 FREE DRINKS 6 for49c DAISY CHEESE, 1 LB. 59?


TOP VALUE STAMPS
Morton's Frozen Wilson's 1 lb. Qtrs. Creamery
with the purchase of .

TV SERVICEALL AnySmoked Picnic MEAT POT PIES 4 for $100 BITTER, POIND 9'

MAKES
& this
coupon
Agent For Coupon Expires 7-21-62 \ N Quantity Rights '

RCA & PHILCO Reserved

TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD
50 FREE \
AND INSTALLED / Prices Good
TOP VALUE STAMPS] eow.tIZL, "
TUBES TESTED FREE July 1962
with $5.00 or more 19-20-21, (

food order Store Hours
SHELTON SUPERMARKET
TVBobFLAGLER and this coupon atHELTON'S
GROCERY! Week 8a.m.-6:45p.m

BEACH Coupon Expires 7.21-62 Sat. 8 am.900 p.m.
PHONE HE 9-2204 BUNNELL, FLORIDA
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PAGE FOUR THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, July 19, 1962

,M T..r.r-,, ., ------- --,-_.'
I I Mike Robinson 200 Celery is harvested in Florida ORMOND
.., PRESCRIPTION
: I II C.. Wertherington 210 approximately 90 days after PHARMACY

M. Dozier 200 transplanting, Sick Room Supplies-Sundries

HOSPITAL SUPPLIES

f .f* :- ) 'r, 20 3 0 FREE PAINT 24-Hour Prescription Service

Innings -*: 1 2:3;4 5 6 R H !Free DeUYe-ry !D. Flagler Beach

Green 0-220048: 7, One extra gallon of your choice i, Rt. A.IA 1 mL North of

WhiteI'2 0003 0 with each gallon you 'buy OIUfOND BEACH-TeL OR 7-1681
1- I
I f By Leslie Pech Two base hits, B. Robinson, J. Mary Carter Paint StoreWestcatc REVISED REQUEST FOR BIDS

Harper. Umpires King, Manuel.
''.BATTING WITH TED WILLIAMS I I base on balls. Dickie Mann Scorer, Pache. Ab. *h9pinff Oater Board Notice of is County hereby Commissioners given that the

pitching for Wadsworth looked Flagler County will receive sealed of

The Bunnell Recreation Dept.1|i I I very good. but was wild. Witha I I JUJ.te bids.i"ntlU:0 officeot am the.. August Clerk 6.of 1962.
the
CLASSZFIEDADS
f has received a film on batting lot of practice ,in the future Jim Burnsed Has Edge Courthouse Court In the Flagler County
Ted Williams great Red Sox On Batting Title the Bunnell Florida for
by -
Dickie can be a good softball I I I following:
TRUCKS
f thumper pitcher. Jim Burnsed who is setting a REVISED SPECIFICATIONS

Cliff McGriff of the summer clinic' Ab R H new record of hitting safely in Truck One new 19632Ton Dump
: will run the: approximately 133
recreation
Inch
program Seale / 211 eight games, is also leading all Listings under tide acadla ana wheelbase. 6 cylinder/gross horsepower -
film to all little leaguers and Whitaker 300 cent mr wr. eacJ& laoerttoa "0; equipped with 8.25
,
players in hitting with a 529 av 73 Mata fa mlaim a a ,duPeFOB 10 ply tube type tires, dual fear
\ ,all boys hat love to play base- Kuleski. .- : 3 1 1 erage. spare ?heel\ rear view mirrors on
ball. The show will go on' at 2 RobbIe' '- 3 0 0 SALE-Bimini Bar and duty both turning signals, heavy
Jim needs two more games to front and rear
.M. Friday afternoon July 20 Deen 201 play to be eligible to win the 'Package, living quarters, 4% fil one ter.dump two-speed rear springs axle. Abo oil
bOdy
at the school gym. Taylor 11 0 title. Buddy Taylor, second base acres of land, $12,000.00 down, more capacity. with 3 yards or

Ted made the annual all star Peterson 300 man for the Clinic, is batting plus inventory, 1 mile west of chassis One new 2 ton 1963 Dump Truck
.1 of 15 Bunnell Route 100. Call without dump body and
major league team 13 out Bertha 1 1 1 666 but playing every game on hoist remaining specifications as

actual 'playing years. The Splinter Frailey 1 1 0 Buddy would not be eligible as 4373307. July 19-4c above. Body and hoist Installed to be aupchaeefiybyoeuccerafull on-

was the last major leaguer E. Kuleski 100 he needs four to play.. bider. Price
games FOR SALE- Lumber.planed and '
% toP cost of .
to hit 400. Ted hit 406 in 1941. ; -2, 0 1 ices to Bunnel"
Murray Jim Buried 8 17 6 9 529 rough. Also some used concrete bf FOB Indicating -

-Had a life time batting averageof Kelly '121 J. Rodgers 11 25 14 11 444 blocks. Box 7 Deen Road, Bun The Board approximately reserves delivery the right date.
to
'.
.,342 and closed out his career I reject any and all bids.
---- C. Wall 11261011 423
nell. July 19-26-tp This
::with 521 home runs, third best 238 5 the request cancels and replaces
F. Cade 10 24 8 10 416 previous request for Bids for

total' in history. W. L. C. Ab..R...H M. McMillan 9 23 3, 9391 FURNITURE' refinishing and re Trucks Tribune published on July 5 in The Flagler

The city recreation dept. would D./Burned 210 C. Sheffield 13 34 7 13 382 pairing, chair caneing, restoring 16th Dated day at ot July ellndlTloildaZ 1962.

.: like a good attendance as we Jim Burnsed 312 C.. McGriff 8 24 5 9 375 antiques expertly done by crafts JOHN A. CLEGG

have to send in attendance C. Sheffield 301 D. Metts 11 32 5 12 375 man with 20 years experience. Board of ot County eommiseionATTESera -.
Flagler
, card. We will try to get more J. I. Sheffield 21 1 S. Bertha 919 7 7 369 Harry Peabody, 4392007. : E. A. SMYTHE.County,Clerk Florida.

alms'" later on sporting events.' Durrance 300 J. Whitaker 9 25 7 9 '360 July 5-5tc July 19-26-tc

Wall 1 2 1 ---
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I ROUTE MAN-Earn $125.00 per BID REQUEST
SEVILLE WINS 7th
Todd 1 1 0 Sealed
'f WHO WILL BE THE bids waif be received in
week, or more. Car and refer the
GAME office of the
STRAIGHT City Clerk of
0 the
Burnsed 1 2
Jerry SKELLY CHAMP OF 1962 ences necessary. For personal City of Bunnell. Florida..
Seville Goof Off extended Mann ." 210Cummins Civic Center Building, on or befoK
their' winning streak to seven ' interview in your area, write Mr. 12:00 o'clock noon on the 20th day
l 2 0 1. The VFW Post 5213 will have ot August. A. 1962
659 West Peachtree St > for the tol-
at the Camp, lowing:
straight games expense its second annual Shelly Tournament '!
of the F. B. C. I NE, Atlanta 8, Ga. 7-12-4tc I ing:
r 209tInnings 6 I Wednesday, July 25 at Drill one (1) 3-Inch test well to

( .Cecil Westbrook who 12345R H E 9 P.M. in front of the high school WANTED AT ONCE. Man with accordaacemwitD t the aAeclAcat/one/

v control ,of the plate and a fewf Clinic 060028 5 3 gym. car for Rawleigh business in WHonte8i well Prepared by Flood

errors in the second inning tied 012159 2 All boys and girls to the % Associates P.O. Box
W. L. C., up Flagler Co. Buy on time. See 5717. Jacksonville. Florida which

the game at 6-6 in the bottom Two base hit, Bertha. Umpires s, age of 15 are invited to play. or write immediately to Raw speCifications at the once can be examined -

F! of the third. Seville scored three King, Copeland. Scorer, Pache. A trophy will be given tothe leigh FAG 360.30 Memphis Tenn. Clerk. of the City

f, rUns to win the game 96. I boy winner and a medal will July 5-19-26-3tp .1 #halterntlve Two bids shall be submitted in
to furnish all
F. Cade, leading batter of the BOBBY ROBINSON be awarded to/ the girl winner. terials. labor and machinery ma-and

league, was stopped cold 03. D. AND JIMMY HARPER Leslie Z. Pache, chaplain of ZXG ZAG SEWING MACHINE to machinery furnish except materials the 3 labor-inch and
pipe
Metts and Ross both had two PITCH A NO-HITTER the post, will be in charge of Repossessed, due :to unfortunate: City which of will Dunnell.be furnished by the

hits each. Roger Edwards made the tournament with Quarter circumstances, '62 model, perfect'condition '' Bidding shall be In accordance

f a nice catch of a line drive to I Jimmy Harper and Bobby Rob master Improta and George Sko- Sews forward & re by with the and aforesaid on the consulting forms

,I .,. save two runs. inson, pitching :three innings la helping to give out free Pepsi- verse, makes buttonholes, sews neers engi-

F. B. C. Ab R H each gave up no hits ,for six colas and free ice cream. The on buttons embroiders & monograms the Each City bid shan be addressed to

Edwards /I 00: innings in a midget league night all time champ of Skelly is the darns & patches;, tacks &, 6, Bunnell.Commissioners.Florida. The City P.o.Com-Box

I Ross' '- ** 312, game Friday. chaplain himself. So boys and hems, etc. Assume 6 payments of sect and reserve all bids the right and also to re to

D.. Metts 312 Both boys had long doubles to girls bring your soda caps and $7.75. CL 5-1161 7-12-4tc I accept will be the for bid the that best In Its Judgment

. Hllsenbeck 2 0 0 lead their green team to an 8.3 let's all play Skelly. I City of Bunnell Florida.Interest of the
r FOR RENT-2 bedroom house
<" )dcM ill an 201 victor over the white team. WITNESS my handulygd official
# furnished, $10 a week or $45 per rsSLiV1'8 16th day: *>- 191%.
:Westbrook 211 Both teams were picked from the Subscribe to The Flogier Tribune C. B. Eioenbach. Mayor
month. Contact Mr. or Mrs. L. B.
\\1 Hargett -. ,2 1 1 summer recreation little base- S2. 0 A Year In Advance ATTEST City of Bunne11' Florid

J. Metts a2: 1 1 ball league. Bratcher. 6-28-tf July).Ira. Nancy 19-26-tc C. Rodgers' City Clerk

:B. Cauley' 2 1 0 Bobby and Jimmy struck out FOR SALE-30 foot house trailer,

R. Improta 000 ten batters. Henry Bowers had O. F. ALFORD Masonite. Call ID 73410. FLAGLER IN TilE CIRCUIT COUNTY.COURT FLORIDA OF

two hits for the green team. Registered 6-21-tf Agnes IN CHANCERY Loughney NO. 44T2

( .-.196 8 Both teams played good ball. Real Estate Broker --- Plaintiff
. Seville Ab R H SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reasonable vs.
.. But the pitching of the green John Patrick
: J. Cade .' ,3 2 0 team was just too much for the Bunnell Florida rates. George Jarosz, phone Loughney Defendant.Sr.

\.. W. Coleman 211 white team. ID 7-3410 5171117paldEXPERT NOTICE TO DEFEND
THE STATE OF FLORID, TO
:
M. Smith 211 H' JOHN PATRICK
Green Ab R LOU(3HNEY 812.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF REPAIR SERVICE
Residence and
Post Office
B. Henry 000 C. Dozier 1 0 0' FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA. Unknown. Address
.0 On TV Radios Hi-Fi
IN CHANCERY NO. 4478 Sewing You
F. Cade 3 00 R.. Wertherington 2 0 0 ROBERT ANDREW SEVEY. cult art herSbyJnotified that a
Machines, Vacuum Cleaners and been..nleJd against you In
M. Yelvington 111 100 Plaintiff. the above entitled
E. Rice cause; and you
vs. all small appliances. All work are hereby
required to file
Coleman 110 T. Robinson ,I 1 0 FRANCES ANN SEVEY.Defendant. guaranteed. Ormond Hardware swer with the Clerk of this your Court an-

., C. Williams 0 1 0 T. Whitaker 100 NOTICE TO DEFEND and to serve a copy thereof upon
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: 50 W. Granada next 7-Elev e ri the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney.
Jones whose
21 1 name and
McKevin 121 address is:
FRANCES ANN SEVEY. whoa
Ormond Beach, Fla. Phone 677- Ray Selden
--. Yelvington 1 '1 0 H., Bowers 4 1 2 last known address is: 131'' Selden Building
Calhoun Street. Columbia 4414. May 17-tfc
D. Britt '"2-1 1 South Carolina. Daytona Beach. Florida
v not later than July 26. A. D. 1962.
You notified that
hereby
159 4 1M. Durrancel 1 0 suit has are been filed against you in a HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bedroom, confesso If you fall to do 110, decree pro

Innings 1234' R HE Revel 000 the above entitled cause; and you large living, dining area, car- ;you for the will relief be demanded entered against fn the
are hereby required to file answer
,F.QR C. 0600683 S. McDaniel .10 0 with the Clerk of this your Court port and utility room, CBS on said bill of suit complaint.being for The divorce.nature of

" Seville 063x 9 4 2 R. Improta 100 and the plaintiff to serve or a plaintiffs copy thereof attorney upon 100 x 105 corner lot, 311 South WITNESS my hand and seal of
*. Two base hit Ross. whose and address is said Court this 21st day of June
Umpires, Manuel 'I 0 0 name : Forsyth Street. 1-25-tf A. D. 1961.Offtclal .
H. Cook
Mann, Copeland, Barber., Scorer, G. Wertherington 311 Bunnell.T. Floridanot ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE

:Pache. later than August 13. A. D. 1962. FOB RENT OR SALE--3 bedroom Clerk By; Julia of-sald R. Harvey Circuit Court
It you fail to do so. decree pro
t house at north end of Palmetto Deputy Clerk
24 8 7 confesso will be entered againstyou June 2S & July S-12-19-4tc
for the relief demanded in the
, ;WADSWOBTH WINS White Ab R H bill of complaint. The nature of Flagler Beach, on boat IN
CIRCUIT
j," TO STAY..IN RACE J. McNab 120 said WITNESS suit being my: for hand divorce.and seal canals, cool pleasant living, exceptional SEVENTH JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT OF THE IN

: Wadsworth Lumber Co. pulled G. Carle 200 said .Court this 10th day of J my value, beautiful interior AND FLORIDA FOR IN FLAGLER CHANCERY.COUNTY.NOTICE

the wood out of the fire in the A. McDaniel 100 A.(D.Official 1962.Seal) E. A. SMYTHE and exterior $90.00 per OF MARION SUIT. CHANCERY: TrO.-----

i bottom of the fifth to score five J. Geller -2 a' ,. 0 0 Clerk By,of Julia said R.Circuit Harvey.Court month for September 1 occu STEVENSO.alnUtt..

runs to win 9.8 with the score T. Parker <1 0 0 Deputy Clerk. pancy. Contact present renters vs.

tied 88. Kuleski's bad throw to B. Geller 100Baggett July 12-19-26 & Aug. 2-4tcQJIjr or Alexander Lumber Co., Daytona JAMES STEVENSON.Defendant..

third scored the winning run for 0 00 Beach, Florida. 7-20-TF IN ORDER THE NAME OF PUBLICATION OF THE STATE

the Lumber Co.. Jim Burnsed H. Coleman1 0 0 BUaglrr Srttranr OF FLORIDA: TO:
,
Ocean front housekeeping apartments James Stevensonco
j had two hits Wadsworth.. J. 'Roberston 100 Wm. Nlemann & Co.
1 and 2 bedrooms compete
65 Paramus
Road
Box
85
The boys also set a :new record. J. Cody 200 BUHHKJLLi' FLORIDA with linens and all utilities. Paramus. New Jersey

Both teams had a total of 19 G. Worley 200 I You are hereby required to file
Sun deck fishing, swimming, :your answer with the Clerk of this
; -- MRS. M. B. FULLER. Editor Court to the Bill of Complaint filed
loafing. Day, week or month. herein against you in the above
Sun Sea Manor Flagler Beach. entitled cause on or before the 3rd
De IS.ated OSelal P>Ueatfa day of August. A. D. 1962 and serve
CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. HE 9-2082 76tfXX"N a copy thereof upon Lawrence W.
I.. Public Retire. .* Flatter -. Boms plaintiffs attorney. herein.
whose address is
> -N/ *\X"'N/"NX"> 101 Seabreeze
Oa thereinmm I
ty. BfvBielpalltle Boulevard Daytona; Beach. Florida
H. CRAIG. Funeral Director designated as the newspaper in
JOHN HARDIN. Acsociata BEACH REALTY CO. which this order shall be published
I
once a week for tour
AIR OXYGEN Bateft4 *.*..* ..... matt er LOTS. HOMES OCEAN FRONT, weeks. HERKTN FAIL NOT consecutive On A !

LADY Pcfcrvary ..IMS at the .....sBee WATER FRONT. FARMS BE DECREE ENTERED PRO CONFESSO WILL ;
CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED- AGAINST YOU FOR i
.t B.M.eft, F1rl a. wader artMarea .t ACREAGESee SUr1I FAILURE.
r ATTENDANT AMBULANCES The nature of this suit 18 a bill
'
S, 1878. us for your real estate aeedi for dlvor f!.

- Office Phone' HE 9-2242 Bunnell.WITNESS Flagler my hand County and Florida,

\ : ':' Phone ID 7-3532 OD.' year-J1.Mat I Residence Phones ID 7-3 $1 this(Official S7th Seal day) of June A..D. 1161.
months_|Uf
BUNNELL FLORIDA' or ID 7-3517) Clerk Cirrcuit
261 E. MOODY' BLVD.. . 4 r Court
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Thursday, July 19, 1962* THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL,' FLORIDA ,. PAGE.FIVE:

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I the grasslands as far as,the eye II I' a. i

can see ar .known as hammocks I 24' HourWrecker

and support the plant and animal Service .

life of the 'Glades. j I

Still another of the

LOCALJf known as the area Pinelands, high.parkis 1 Flagler Truck & Tractor Co

est elevated of the area, and

seen near the park's entrance.As I MASSEYFERGUSONGrove
I
the coastal region is approached -i Farm Industrial Equipment

f I MICHAEL PARKER B&'PWCLUB the region of the man- i Bunnell, Florida Phones : Day ID 7-3242 .

I ON DEAN'S LIST I MEETS TONIGHTThe grove swamps, zone transition Night ID, 7-3529

,Michael Parker, student at Flagler Business and ProfessIonal from fresh to salt water vegetation VIRGIL DECKER RALPH_ DECKER

at Massachusetts Institute of Woman's Club will ., is seen. Hurricane Don Owner Parts &Shop ManagerNOTICE

Technology, has been notified have a pot-luck supper at the na transformed what was once I

that he made (the "Dean's List" home of Mrs Frances Edmonsonat the. largest stand of virgin man-

this past semester. He is receiving 6:30 tonight.. grove forest into stripped trunks 0V PUBLIC HEARING ON SCHOOL BUDGET

a scholarship at MIT where Following the supper a business with. grotesque shapes. Fortunately Pursuant to the provisions of Section 237.12. Florida Statutes. 1941as
\ amended by Section 8 of Chapter 22839. Laws of Florida Acts of
he is ,studying electrical engi meeting will be held. many are making a 1945. notice is hereby given that a public hearing shall be held by the
Board of Public Instruction of Florida July
comeback. County Flagler County on
neering. He is the son of Mr. 27, 1962 at the hour of 9:00 A. M. In the office of the, County Superintendent -
and Mrs. M. H. Parker of Bun- Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Knight Between the mangrove swamp In Bunnell. Florida for the purpose of discussing with the
Citizens of the County the proposed school budget of said County for
nell. have returned from a business and open glades lies a regionof the fiscal year beginning July 1. 1962 and ending June 30. 1963 which

trip in Miami last week.. open waterways, miles of riv- budget is summarized as follows.

ers and mangrove channels, a I. BUDGET FOR THE SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE OF SCHOOLSA.
Visiting here with Mr. and I ., Balances on hand beginning of year '
,Homer Hansen of Edna, Texas J water wilderness comparable to 1. County _____....... $-n.645.00
Mrs L. E. Wadsworth include visited here one day last week: none in the country. A Fla- 2. District ....._.....;....___..;....._.__ ' 0,347.00

lier''brother' and sister in law, He is the ,son of the late, Niles minga is' another landscape, the TOTAL --_. -._.. ..._...'.....:... ..-':..$ 68,019.00
,
Mr.; and: Mrs,: K. L. Carpenter I
and Mrs. Hansen_ and they'all Cape Sazle Prairie, southermost B. Anticipated Receipts \ ,
and' two daughters' of Americus, are 'former residents of Flagler of continental United States.It ,1. State and Federal __. .$%71.417.00t
Georgia.Mrs. tip 2. County General Taxes ......... 65,862.00
County is the wildlife, however, 3. District Current Taxes _. _. 71.484.00
y 4.. Other Local Sources ..._._ ..........., # ,_,_, 37.500.00
.... .., . that makes the Everglades and I 5. Remittance. from other Counties _, 400'.00
.
Cameron entered -
.
j Rosely' in George Wickline is, in 'Miami was a deciding factor in'makingit TOTAL -------.--.-______.__._______=452.693.00
Halifax Hospital Daytona' attending the Governor's ,confer- a national park. An Interest: GRAND TOTAL. RECEIPTS. BALANCES & TRANSFER _..:.;520,712.00

: Beachyesterday, for eye 'sugery'j ence on the Cold War. ,which is ing cycle provided by nature ensures :- C,: Proposed Expenditures ' '

today. !. Administration, .,.:. $: 27,601.00
in session there this week., I survival to. the .Glades'lowliest ... Instruction ...-- 314.325.00
and highest inhabitants. 3., Operation of"' V.'I.. .... .,, ; I -,.:.. 27.830'.00
4. Maintenance of Plant.- ... __ ... 17,200.00
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Mr. and Mrs. Coleman .
Harry - -, ,I The mosquito starts the cycle by 5. Transportation. Food Services & Health . 26200.00

of Martin's Ferry, Ohio, and 3 3Mrs. SAMUEL JOHNSTON BERTHA providing larvae as food for tiny' 6.7; Fixed,Capital Charged Outlay -, .' ..,.- ... ...." 10500.00
--Dorothy Sheppard of St. Mr. and :Mrs. Samuel J. Berthaof fish. These fish are preyed upon l2,451Q0
,
Clairsville, Ohio, are guests of Bunnell' are the parents of fish which in 8. Junior College ---__ _.._ 3948.00
by larger turn are 9. Remittance to other County (Transportation 'E-rV. )_ 852.00
Mr. and Mrs. Carle and born at the, Clinic 10. Heserves ''
Ray a son Flagler - 43,474.00
eaten by the The alligator '
I
gar. 11. Transfer to Interest & Sinking '___ .. ., ;_..__..:25,930.00
family. Mrs. Coleman and Mrs. and Hospital July 18. feed upon the gar. The tiny 12. Transfer to Bond Construction (Matching) --- -- 10,400.00
Carle are sisters and Mrs. Sheppard = He has beengiven the nameof fish also furnish food for the GRAND TOTAL EXPENDITURES &' TRANSFERS .620,712.00IL '

r Is their mother. ,Samuel Johnston: Bertha II. BUDGET FOR DISTRICT NO. 1 INTEREST & SINKINa- ''f'
: myriads of wading birds and COUNTY WIDE ', .' "{ 'r; ;........
\ > He Is. the. grandson. of Mr. and ducks. 'A., Balance ---.-_-.r -$'" 7.00B.

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred ''Tucker Mrs. Robert Bertha and Mrs. Virgil ' During the dry season .when Anticipated rebelpts ." ______' ?,,,, '5.930.00

have returned home after'spend Decker, alt of Bunnell. food is'scarce the wildlife graVitates TOTAL ..._ .... _', ..,.,'-,. 5.937:00, .

ing four days last week in New I to Taylor'Slough, a perma C. Proposed Expenditures . .: r .-
[ r I. Bonds __._' ,.... :. ; 15,006.00,
York
City. They attended the ,. ..
nent watercourse at Royal Palm 2. Interest_ -
} .........../:.. 10.8'O.l0
National Association of County Everglades Park 3. Service Charges 47.00
I Hammocks: Birds, ducks, turtles 3. Service ,Charges ........ ... ,.' 67.00
Commissioners held there. Their
( and alligators vie for places at

daughter, Dot, visited in Mont. Reveals FloridaIn I the water feeding. trough. ,At the TOTAL .. .......- -..,..._..:.. ...._y._I... .. ..$ 25937.00

fomery with her grandparents monet Big, George, a 14.foot ale III A.BUDGET FOR BOND CONSTRUCTION .. : 'r

t during their :visit to, New York. Natural, State t jligator, reigns at the slough, 1.Anticipated Transfer from Receipts Support & Mantenance -----or--$ 10,400.00

%. State Matching ___..,_._, ? ?.___ 10,400.00
keeping all gators over fourfeet

Mr.-and Mrs. Jack Clegg ant"daughter Stretching ;"southward from I I away TOTAL* .._., ............. _......._......_.._$ 20800.00
Lake Okeechobee to, Florida.Bayfor ,l. B. Proposed'i3xpenditures
I ,Karen,. aJd'Jes. 'To see the inner recesses:of ." 1.' 'New Buildings':.-.. : ._: : :. ..___.._..$ 20800.00
sie'Muzyka, returned home Saturday : 100 miles Is'the world's mcst the 'Glades the visitor take Complete details on each separate part of the budget summarized
can
unusual river-the Florida Ever above are on file and available for public Inspection at the office of
after a vacation spent in well-marked trails branching off the County Superintendent of Public Instruction at Bunnell. Florida
North Carolina and Tennessee. glades. :Xfever more, than six and will, also be available for public hearing together with all sup
; from the main park road which porting statements and information. ,
inches deep and at places bone I' All Interested
persons are cordially invited to participate in this
35 miles At
t dry, this vast "River of Grass"i goes to Flamingo. public hearing and to discuss the school program and budget tor the '
Mr. and :Mrs. Gene Knight and Royal Palm Hammock are Grim, ensuing year.
t daughter, Beth have returned !; also distinctive' for being theworld's bo-Limbo and Anhinga Trail THE OF FLAGLER BOARD OF COUNTY.PUBLIC FLORIDA INSTRUCTION.

-" from Gatlinburg", Tenn., and Atlanta widest river.. between 60'I I|I featuring the tropical atmos- ATTEST: ROY E. L1KINS Vice Chairman .
and 70 miles. "
Ga., where they spent a phere oft- park.. Next, : is P ne. Z. D. HOLLAND. Superintendent and Ex-Officio Secretary' -
week. To preserve this huge sub-, to the Board of Public Instruction, Flagler County. Florida
\ land Trail, followed by the ele- July 19- -ltc ,
tropical wilderness, the _southern
vated walk at : overlook -
Pa-hay-okoe :
TATK: HANK NO. 407
portion was incorporated into
i .Visiting here during the past A new recreation and KEFOHT OF CONDITION OF "CITIZENS! DANK OK MUNNKL.L.: OFIIUNNELLi
',.. weekend with relatives were Mr.: I I Everglades National 'Park in December camping area is found at Long : IN TilE STATE OF FLOIUDA AT THE CLOSE' OK1ILSINESS
ON ,
: JUNE SO 100 .
; 1947, 'with added terri .HJ
and Mrs. Dave Cowan and children I Pine Key. Next comes Mahog ASSETS ;
1. of Orlando. tory included in 1959. The area Cash, balances with other banks and cash Items in process: .',
any Hammock with. its fine for- of collection -.$ 659802.21
is the third
national
largest United States Government obligations direct and
of wood Paurotis'' guaranteed 1309531.25
est virgin Pond
,
Obligations of States and political subdivisions ... ,
92.123.90
million and half
Raphael Sturman returned to park, having a -- -- --- -
and Mangrove Trail. I Other bonds notes and debentures (including $ none securities ",
his home here during the week- acres or roughly 2,188 square of Federal Agencies and corporations not guaranteed by
When the visitor reaches-Flamingo U. S.) !--- _...._ ..,___._._..__........_-.._..?_?.?____.. None
end from a ten-day visit in miles. Is find Corporate stocks (including ( none stock of Federal Reserve
to
Onancock Va. and Ocean I Everglades National ,Park is he surprised I Bank) .___.... ....._.!..._.._....._._._._.-*-** None
City, such deluxe
modern, accommo- Loans and discounts Including $ none overdrafts) 1.133,53tf.M. >>
Md., with his son in law and another reason Governor Bryant dations in 'wilderness.. At the Bank premises owned $11.776.21. furniture & fixtures 15354.60 27.130.81.
(Bank premises owned are subject to $ none liens not
and the Florida
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Development visitors center is a modern mu- asumed J by bank) *
Commission are urgingFlorid- Real Estate owned other than premises 43925.63 less reserve. .
: Marshall.Mrs. seum, a 200-seat restaurant overlooking 20900.00 .........__..._......._..._...........____..........._.__.._.__..____.__, f 23.025.63'
ians to see their own state this investments and other assets, indirectly representing bank
the bay: and a large premises or other real estate __...__....___...__...._._._____ None
John Rodgers and little summer. boat marina. A 60-unit 'mote Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding None

daughter, Daphne, were in Jacksonville I I Visitors seeing the park for even has a swimming pool. Rates Other assets ._.._......___....__._.....__..._._......__.._.___....__.._...._...._._..... 3858.24.

two days last week I the first time and accustomed are surprisingly low. TOTAL ASSETS _._______.._....___.._.....;:.._._._.....____._._.-.-.-..$3,74'.008.55
visiting with her cousins, Mr. I to the obvious grandeur of Yel LIABILITIES!
The camping and picnicking Demand deposits of individuals partnerships and corporations
and 1George Giebert Jr. lowstone National Park or Mount ........___...___._......__-...----.. .. 1262189.55
I :McKinley in Alaska sometimes grounds bordering the bay are Time and savings deposits of Individuals partnerships' and
_
---.1661,013.74
free and can accommodate 60 ;
overlook the Everglades' subtle Deposits of Unite' States Government (Including postal savings -
l ROYAL NEIGHBORS camping parties with. the picnIcking ) _.._"'_' _____,..___--.-_..__ .. ._.._?.._________ 10000.00
TO MEET MONDAY beauty. Deposits of St,t-s and political subdivisions _..___.._....__.._ 486821.80
grounds sometimes used Deposits of ba'iks ._....._.._____._.____....___.. Non28.498.3S!
1/ The Royal Neighbors will celebrate "They must look sharp to see for an overflow. Certified and... officers checks etc ___._..___......
Mrs. Susie Riddells birth how nature has blended the TOTAL D. l'OSITS ___..____.__._.__.__._._.$3.448.53.47I
t A visit this summer to Ever ( ) T'>t il demand deposits _,...-.___ 1570943.28
day anniversary with a dinner various cycles of plant and animal !- National Park will (b) Total time and-savings deposits _.... .w $1877580.19
glades reawaken -
Mortgages or other liens $ none on bank premises $ none on
on Monday night, July 23, at the life in subtle shadings Floridians to the mystery I other real estate ___h --J..J... ,.--,..:..,... None
.. home of :Mrs. Otis Magee Flag- vises Park Naturalist Samuel L. Rediscounts' and other liabilities borrowed money None
and to be found in
beauty
Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and
ler Beach. The dinner will be' Mendlen.To I outstanding -...--______..________ ._ None
I' their own stat I Other liabilities ......._.._._._..-.._..__._.._._...._._____ Nope
served at 6:3C and members are I help them know what to -Audrey Barr. I II

asked to bring their own table look for and understand what II I TOTAL LIABILITIES. -..-.--. ._-_._J 3.4 4 8.523.4 7
I CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
I
service. they see, the naturalist conductsa Capital: (a) Common stock total par value 100000.00_

A business meeting will fol. lectured tour at Royal Palm. Near present-day 46th Street tirable(b value) Preferred$ None stock__total_____par__, _value_____$ none__total -re--- 100000.00

low the dinner. Hammock. At the new Visitors and the East River in New York Surplus __ .. _...,--._____ L_ 100000.00
I Undivided profits _____.__________ ,__? 83.173.50
Center near the park entrance City, royalist troops hanged Na- Reserves (and retirement account for preferred capital) ___ 17311.58

Mr. and lt rs. Walter Creal of below Homestead, visitors too than Hale as a :spy. II I TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS __.____...__-._..__ ,.,,,, 300.485,08

Chicago, m., are spending some are oriented by exhibits and a I I TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS _$3.749.008,55
--
time here 'and. in Flagler Beach. wide-screen. motion picture film. MEMORANDA I
'f the facts learned about Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other .
retired and Among
Mr
Creal recently'
CommunityMemorial purposes (Including notes and bill rediscounted and securities -
h they plan to reside in Florida. the Everglades is that the region sold with agreement to repurchase) _. 589,000,00a ; .
( ) Loans as shown above are after deduction of valuation
They are visiting with :Mr. and is actually made up of Church reserves of -..._.._.._ -.. .. 44.10000

,z; Mrs. Charles Creal and Mrs. Lily many landscapes, each different l.t.r-4..I..U..1 I (b) Securities reserves as shown of .._._above. _... -I are--- after T- deuction. ...- of'valuation ..,,...- None
--; Creal. I in its own way. The grasslands, I I. Howell V. Peavy. Cashier of the above-named bank do solemnly
AIR CONDITIONED swear that this report of condition Is true and correct to the best of
called Pa-hay-okee or "grassywaters" I my knowledge and belief. '
J the Indians Daytona Ave. Corred-Attest. Howell V. Peavy
f: FRIENDLY CIRCLE by are O. F. Alford ,
MEETS TONIGHTThe I characterized by small islandsof FLAGLER BEACH R W. Cody .
H. Clegg '
., Friendly Circle will meet Florida "mountains" rising Sunday School 10:00( A.J-L Tom ET Holden

'" at the Walter Morris home to- high enough above the earth's Church Service 11:00( A.M. Charles Lily J. Creal E. Creal
'
and'Mrs. surface that remain dry f Directors
night with Mrs.Morrls so they
B. W. DICKERT. Pa-tor
I
State-of Florida.
t County of Flagler. us-- "?'. ,
4. Bob Cook as host sse& All mem- even during the rainy season. EVERYONE WELCOME J Sworn to ,and subscribed before me this Tenth (10th) day of July
bers are invited to attend. These clumps of earth dotting I 1962.. and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank
'\ - - - - My mosssion expires June 30. 1964 Carnie C. Lynn. Notary Public _


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"HI!; r'LAld..1ili fKlBUNb. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
SIX Thursday, July 19
PAGE 1962 :
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t THE BOOK NOOK I See Florida This Summer I Chrysanthemums I f if the light was on constantly.. ,
That Is, they don't bloom :...
, Title: Up .Front Suwannee Park Has Idyllic Beauty' Can't Tell j f There are many plants that I "
; Author: Bill Mauldin t i can not flower without long \ '
r. Summary: I (By Pricilla Meyer). 1 periods of darkness. Commercial

t: .I. Bill Mauldin, who was in the I Thomas J. Sheehan, ornamental flower producers are already .
t' Army for three years, visited S. horticulturist with the Florida using constant artificial light $
t different divisions and by' draw Agricultural Experiment Station, during hours of darkness to '
f: cartoons he tells about. each di. has been tricking plants Into keep certain plants from bloom-
f vision's experiences and hard, Mr": tS. I thinking it's daytime around the ing until the period of greatest j

Bill tells by his cartoons clock. : market demand.
t ships. I ;I I
what can and does happen. The i They do this by exposing the The new discovery-that flash
,tt cartoons made each experienceseem I u I plants to! flashing artificial lights .ing light is just as effective as
not as' bad as they were at night. Even though the plantsare constant light-may prove to be
f. He tells of how some of the men I It. I exposed to light only one. I of economic significance to com 'I 1

t.': act in war. Some of the men tenth of the time, they react as mercial growers.VACATIONS .
:! show their fears and others I 4 .54ll I
is interesting .
if don't. The story very
and 'I enjoyed reading 11.1 r I

[: 'Library Assistant
> David Cook. Are you taking your vacation trip without adequate
Insurance protection? For short-term or long-term I

I trip-surance, see us. Wherever you go whenever you I
t BEES BEAT BEARS ;. r s:. ec n go. However you go-GO PROTECTED. I

t.:: \ (By Pricilla Meyer) SEE H. T. COOK AGENCY
'.. Many a bear with a sweet lr ? "a 5 R YywtLr> S General Insurance I
. tooth plays havoc with a Florida BUNNELL FLORIDA I
rb:
} according '%:q. '
beekeeper's profits pant I II
x: to F. A. Robinson, assistant I
r- apiculturist with the Florida

t,. Agricultural Experiment Station. .4' FOR ALL HOURS-:DAY OR NIGHT
.__ .No one complained when I
, bruin took wild honey from hollow I
4 : trees, he explains. AMBULANCE
f l But when bears began to I PHONE VAlley 4-1625
r;r". smash man-made hives, re SERVICE.
ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
: called to halt
; searchers were on
,,' the animals' destructive paws. I Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
'I I
Some 35 cent of the honey
per
't
? raised in Florida is produced in "...._ __ __ _.._ ..._ u 'I are always at your service with promptness safety and
Photo by Florida Stat. New. Bureau experience.
' forest areas thick with bears.
Suwannee River State Park in North Florida has the idyllic
raid beekeeper
With each bear a
t .' can lose up to $800 ,in equip beauty of the river Immortalized 'bj Stephen Foster, plus some Interesting I Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator

.,',. . ment and some $15 per colony Confederate earthworks. The park Is another reason S Garcia Funeral HomeP.
; in honey'profits.. A forest honey Governor Farris Bryant and the Fl ride Development Commissionare I
: ': producer generally keeps up to urging Floridians to vacation In their own state this summer. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
50 colonies in each area. i I '

., isn't the only thing I Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune, $2.50: Yearly in Advance" I . . LADY.ASSISTANT. . . . . ... . . . . . . I
Honey 'a
.a.a.. . .a. .a.. .. . .a. . . .r. . .a. . . ...... ..
, that draws, bears to a bee col
>; ony. The bruins also eat the I '1l- .
!. bee brood, or small nymph ''bees. I
To reach the ,treasured bees, A f'\
bears would climb over, under I --r1 f
G: and even through all types of c F ___ l..., .
\'>: fences and protections. But' some I alt { __________- i y*, .

enterprising 4-H campers had an ..
idea that may lead to the eventual
't end of the honey raids. Around ,
;- their camp bee hives they
; ., built an electrically charged
,,1 fence.

This fence worked for the .
; 4-H'ers at their electricity-

equipped camp, but beekeepers '
',- ,soon found that an electric outlet \
isn't always handy when 'O'
'l--
S you're deep in the forest. Andf .;i '

,too often bears could dig under I ..
these fences. Corvair Monza Club

Robinson has been trying for Coupe, (above). Sports BETTER BUYS 't .
several years to perfect a bear- I ti
without
car spice a sportscar's ;
proof fence and he thinks he '
.. price. With frontbucket '
has found one. His, fence has t c n (summertime is savingtime)
been In operation for two years : .1 "J..." ...'A.. .....:..............:.:.:.::N.:.::.:::..:..:..:.:.:3t seats yet! \ <
.
,( and so far no bears have. gotten $ -' #jf 1\jjt&.j\ Impala Convertible left {
to the bees. L :} .J .:: : All the'richness, roomiBETTER CHOICE ,"

This fence is powered with a J. ness and Jet-smooth :. :.
N. .
small battery that needs recharging I riding comfort that make
/ and choose from abumpertobumper \
"
once every 30 days a# y, '': Chevrolet America's':0/
during the six months of each t r {
-5-
:
favorite buy by far. \ crop/ ..
year when bears are apt to raid
y
the colonies. I .S Chevy II Nova Wagon :.\ t
Perhaps the secret to the bear- -'.,. !* (below.LowcostluxtiryTfDR; HURRY ;
-', proofness of his fence is a metal very I
matting that lies flat on the One of eleven
{ ; package. 1
: Chevrolet dealer's
> (to ,naturally)
i. ground surrounding the fence. Chevy II models. your :-
+ This matting is also electrically rti } '
charged and it prevents bears II I
from digging under the fence.
Incidentally, the electric shock '
\
discharged by the fence doesn't I
hurt the bear, it's just strong I .
ehcugh to annoy him. The fenceIs
plainly labeled "Keep away"nd '
although it could shock a
-
r
wandering camper, the ampere
age wouldn't be high enough to

hurt him either. .L I

THE OUTBOARDER

Authorized Evlnrudc Dealer
imvrs ACCESSORIES REPAIRS

.J'u-kage .- Storage Free Ramp .
WE FINANCE
K25 Ballou-eh Rd-Daytona

..- .- -- I Get a July buy on a new Chevrolet, Chevy 11 or Corrair at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's '
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LIVING COLOR TV
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