Title: Flagler Tribune
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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: July 26, 1962
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
Volume ID: VID00654
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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[: Flagler 4-H'ers I k.. : Special Release From The Office of / I ASC Committee Blood DrawingAt


Leave Monday I Congressman F I I Elections _To .Be Lehigh Plant

Camp OutingFlagler I Held in August I This Thursday

Preliminary plans are now being ,
County 4- Club members -. made for the annual agri
are leaving Monday for a I I cultural stabilization and conservation f i The Red Cross Bloodmobile

week's camp at 4-H Camp ': I county cOmmitee elections from Daytona Beach will' be at

ry Lake, near Madison. cher.j : to be held during the Lehigh Cement Plant today

Flagler: 4-H'ers will be "i ;TTr I month of August.A. (Thursday) from 2 to 5 o'clock
for blood for Mrs.
a drawing
Gil- I I
this year with Madison and B. Johnston, chairman of
Christ Counties, said County the Flagler ASC Committee, has Yvonne Fields of Flagler Beach.

a II-, Agent Howard Taylor today. r I announced that the elections will The drawing was scheduled for
last week but the
date was
The group will leave the be by mail ballot again this '
t Flagler County Courthouse at year and that the ballots will changed to today.
Mrs. Fields is scheduled to enter
9:30: Monday morning. They will be mailed to all known eligible I
be transported there by school farmers voters on or about August Georgetown University Hospital
in Washington, D., c., on
scheduled to ar
bus. They are 20th and must be returnedto
1 August 13 where she will under.
rive back at, the courthouse on the ASC county office by August
go heart surgery, and she will ,
Saturday, August 4 at 3 P.M. 1 30th to be counted in the I
Coun- need a reserve of 34 pints of
Chaperones from Flagler election results. -
will will be Mary blood.
ty 'go
The committeemen elected will
She is: being sponsored for
Broadaway, Melba Brannam,
assume office on October 1, 1962to .
r surgery by the Vocational Rehabilitation 1
Barbara Cody, and Mable Brooks.
serve for a one-year period at Karl Schoolin
said "we are Mary
;, Mr. 'Taylor Mrs. I through September 30, 1963. The I Daytona Beach. The Red Cross-,
to -
; pleased this year ;: .
ASC county committees administer
Bloodbank is joining in the
Brooks who is a registered LPN SUMMER WASHINGTON. D. C.
the national
aSsist'ln locally blood drive. Those wishing to
and who first will aid for Pictured on the steps of the U. S. Capitol Building in farm programs ,under the give blood are asked to go to

I', tering" admlnls.1 Washington with Congressman. R. (Billy) Matthews,. United States Department of Agriculture the plant during the hours of

juries. left, is George Miles Moody, Jr., son of George M. Moody dealing"with production 2to5P.M. f
\. .- and Mrs. Margaret Moody of ,Flagler Beach. adjustment, price support,
Rotary Foundation conservation assistance and special
Miles, who recently completed- his second year at the emergency type programsas
Student to Be GuestOf Daytona Beach Junior College, is spending the summerin assigned by .the secretary of Lions Club Votes .;+* -j

the Nation's Capital, where he has obtained employment agriculture or congress. :
with the U.S. Department of Agriculture. For *
Local Rotarians <<: J The various' program policiesof Tuesday

the agricultural departmentare

C', Miss Foundation Pauline Philman Student, a Rotary to Students to DBJC Mrs. FaulknerPasses and. based recommendations largely on the of advice these MeetingsLions

South Africa for one year, will Club District Deputy-
local farmer committees.
be' guest speaker at the local :Must File For Away Governor Howard Ries of Holly

Rotary luncheon meeting today, Hill was a guest of the Bunnell

Secretary Tom Lenssen said. Entrance Exams Beach Resident_ Lions Club at their luncheon

Mr. Lenssen ,said Shelton Saturday meeting Monday. He told (the
Students planning to enter:the. club of award
an being
; Brooks and Julius Z Chezmar Dierlue.sday offered'1
.r, were:welcomedMwnembezS: cone! 8JU sJ !1 of ,JJaytona ,, ruiae: for'Mrs. Hai -., -' .. -.' : by-hiiiwio-4he crab hr the.-dis*. .. ;

of the.club at. the July 12 Tneet- Beach35uhloF' College1tbls' fall nah. Bogue, Faulknerriwas held In Jacksonville: tract for the highest percentage ,
must file entrance applications afternoon from the First ,
ing. At that.time the group 'enjoyed Monday of membership growth during
a film ,on the Bunnell- before August 3, President R. F. Baptist Church of Bunnell. Dr. Herman E. Kort of Flagler I the year.

Hastings footall 'game of last Bergengren announced. E. W. Ware, former pastor of the Beach passed away Tuesday afternoon .I Rev. W. L. Spicer, Jr., was in
season. An entrance testing programfor Church, officiated. Interment followed at the Duval Medical : charge of 'the program and pre. I
At the meeting July 19 Dean new students is scheduled in the family lot in the Center in Jacksonville after an sented a tape recorded program
Holland was also welcomed as August\ 6 and 7. He said the entrance Seville Cemetery.Mrs. illness of three weeks. I'entitled "The Gridiron Fight of ,

a new member of the club. At testing is required of incoming Faulkner had been a resident He was born in Germany and I.Our Life." The business meet. 1

that meeting a film on the automotive college division studentsand here. for the past eighty ] came. to the United States at ing was presided over by Club
# industry was shown toY ,results are 'used in individual ars at the home of her-daughter the age of two. He came to President George M. Moody. I
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i the members. class placements.One Mrs. William Wadsworth. Flagler Beach as a winter resident The club voted to change the ,

hundred fifty new students She passed away Saturday about 15 years ago from club meeting day from Mondayto

completed entrance testing morning at the home of her Copenhagen, JJ. Y. He becamea Tuesday.. Beginning August I'
Businessmen To July 16 and 17, the president daughter, Mrs. G. T. Gammagein permanent resident of Flagler 14, the club wilt meet at 12:15

noted. He said a record fresh.! Daytona Beach after a Beach about ;three years ago. each second and fourth Tues : !
I Promote Forming' man class is expected when lengthy illness She was 83 Mr. Kort was a retired painter days. ;

classes get under way this faIt j years of age. She was a member and was 74 years of age. He wasa John Seay was welcomed asa j's

I Of Commerce Body._ I of the First Baptist Church member of the Lutheran' new member of the club. Six :
of Bunnell. Church. teen members and visitors were I<:

I i The Bunnell will hold Businessmen'sAssociation an end of.Barbeque ProjectFor Mrs. Faulkner was born in Graveside services will be at 'present for the turkey dinner.. t ti.t-

year meeting Tuesday, July 31, Cassopolis, Michigan, and had 10 o'clock Friday morning in i.J i.

| 8:00 P.M. .at the Bunnell Civic Urban 4H'ersFlorida's resided in Florida for the past Hope Cemetery. Small Claims .

| Center President Allen Reynolds 4-H project fif y years. She was the widowof The body will rest at the Craig I'
I poultry the late Frank E. Faulkner. Funeral Chapel, 201 East Moody Court '
said :
?tlany'ur. j
is going to city. Session.
Survivors include four daugh
| The purpose of this meetingis ban 4-H'ers who formerly could Boulevard, from 6 o'clock Thursday -
feasibilityof ters, :Mrs. William Wadsworth of evening until 9:45: Friday During the past three sessionsof 1
to hear a report not take part in the' 4-H poul !
association into Bunnell; Mrs. Helen Teston of morning. the Small Claims Court, Judge 1
changing the 'for such .
..: try project, reasons I{ Orange Park, Florida; Mrs. Leola Jones has continued six f i;
[ a Chamber of Commerce.; zoning regulations that didn'tallow :j '
invited |t Thomas F. Dunlap of Pulaski, cases and two were settled out
| Anyone interested is them to raise chicks in; Brother of
Tennessee; and Mrs. G. T. Gam- ; of court.
to attend, Dr. Reynolds added. the city, can now join in the I I ; ,
mage of Daytona Beach; On June 27 a defualt Judg
I *M M. MI ,..
Mrs. Brannam
poultry i Three sons, Dr. Donald Faulk. ment was rendered In favor of
--: Poultry men have broadened I!. ner of Cleveland, Ohio; C. D. the plaintiff, Rudye Shamblen" ,

I LingOlds Open the area of the project by 'allowing !II Faulkner of.Bartow, Florida; and rasses'Away doing business as the Water Oak

a 4-H'er to .complete his i|{ Richard Faulkner of St. Louis, Service Station vs. Carl T. Boyd, :
I John S. Groover of New .
Windmill Grill in the area of poultry Smyrna
project Mo. Mrs. Bell Ratliff defendant. The amount of $88.26
one ,
; sister :
consumption.. "Consumption is]I I Beach, brother of Mrs.L.L. Bran
Lamar Lingold of Lakeland Florida. Also surfviving plus cost.
I Rev. and Mrs. a 'very important area of the I!I nam of Bunnell. passed away I
I this week are announcing the Florida poultry industry," says I I'I are 16 grandchildren and suddenly July 18 in Jacksonville.He .
I opening .of the 'Windmill Grill six greatgrandchildren.Active conductortrainmanfor MackerelOff
L. W. Kalch assistant poultry; was a Big King
I under their management. husbandman with the Florida:; pallbearers were C. B. the Florida' East Coast Railway

I In an advertisement in thisweek's Agricultural Extension Service. i]Eisenbach" Charles Creal, J. B. ,and he apparently suffereda Flagler Beach Pier
I issue of The Tribune they The urban 4-H'ers will experiment -], Matherly, Dave Perryman, L. H. heart attack after completingthe
I will specialize iff regular meals, with ways to boost chicken I j'j I Church, and Ray Mercer. Honor,, run., Emil Missinne of Flagler
I and sandwiches. .ary pallbearers were Henry Beach landed 41 pound king
short orders consumption, such as holding i He was born in Metter Ga., a
]I I Wells, O. F. Alford, E. A. Hunter, '
,mackerel fish from the Flagler
and had lived in New Smyrna
broiler, bar-b-ques to acquaint
I !'W. E. Kudrna, Shelton Brooks
OF MRS. ; Beach municipal fishing pier
MOTHER more people with bar-b-qued Beach the past 18 years. .
I BOSWELL PASSED chicken. "We hope this will attract .and A. G. Jones. He is survived by his wife, Monday afternoon.

L SUNDAY folks who haven't tried I Funeral arrangements were Lola M., New Smyrna Beach; I Mr. Missinne landed the fish ,
AWAY i under the direction of Craig on a 40-pound test line after a
v of Ozark much bar-b.qued chicken before ' five sisters, Mrs. J. C. Cox, Sa
| Mrs. J. E. Preston Funeral Home of Bunnell.
30-minute battle. The fish was
vannah, Ga. Mrs. Harold Gwln-
I Ala, mother of Mrs. Frank Bos- explains
I well of Bunnell passed away tate* the .4.H'ers'will enter i- ner, Franklin, N. C; Mrs. EarlL. 58 inches long.

I morning at her home their bar-b-qued chicken in a, Tingle Edgewater; Mrs. WilLiam -
Sunday illness. county-wide taste contest The Makah Indians of the T. Moore, Ormond Beach; Some owls see well in the
I I there following a long held {'Olympic Peninsula In Washing- Mrs. L. L. Brannam, Bunnell; daylight, contrary to popular belief. .

I Funeral services' morning were'and interment Iran reserves its small outputof I[ton celebrate Makah Day on.August four brothers, Walter G., States- The snowy owl and the

I there Tuesday,followed in the family golden imperial caviar exclusively | 26 the day ,In 1925 they boro, Ga; James'T., Okeechobee;I,hawk owl habitually hunt by. .

I plot there. for the Shah. received 'full dtfze hlp" Charles L., New Smyrna Beach. day.i .

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; I Seville Ab R H teammates Jim Burnsed had 454, F. Cade 29 911 382 f

: J. Cade 300 Charlton .Wall had 433. D. Metts 33 5 12 363

W. Coleman ....* 4 1 1 BATTING L LEADERS C.Sheffield 37 7 13 351 !

M. Smith. ..t.r 4 1' 1 4:; Ab R H ovg Jones 26-10 9 346

B. Henry 310 J. Rodgers 30 14 14 466 C. McGriff 29 7 10 344

Wells 300 J. Burnsed 22 7 10 454 J r. Metts 27 3 9 333

F. Cade -3 1 0 C. Wall 30 12 13 433 M. McMillan 27 3 9 333

, J. Coleman 3 0 0 H. Kuleski 27 8 9 333

I Jones ", .. 3 1 1 'Wells
By Leslie Posh , 28 11 9 321
Yelvington /: 31 8 10 322

II PLAYOFF STARTS TONIGHT the league in a little world se- M. Yelvington 300 _
,ries at the end of the season. T KLACLER COUNTY COURT FLORIDA OF

Bunnell's First Baptist Church 315 3 ROBERT ANDREW SEVEY. '

and Seville will tonight in
I 123456RH
a three out of five series for the ) Innings IJjtinga under tala heading are ys
Clinic 1302006 9 3 Beats per word each laaertleu* I FRANCES ANN SEVET.E .
city Softball title. t Sept. 14-Crescent: City home 75 ceata fa minimum charge. Defendant.
Seville 4000015 3
The Church team won the first Sept. 21-Orange Park awayx I STATE OF FLORIDA '
Two base hit, Smith and W. LOST-Beagle puppy near Flag- FRANCES SEVEN TO
Sept 28-St. Joseph awayx ANN whose
half of a split season. Seville Coleman; three baggers, Kelly; ler Beach pier. Black. red and last known address ii: 1314
Oct. 5 Baldwin
the second half. Both Yearns awayx Calhoun Street Columbia
won home H. Kuleski. white about 3/4 Boy'spet
run, Umpires, grown. : South Carolina
Oct. 12-D & B home
will be at full strength. Seville Copeland and Harris. Scorer L. answers to name Peanut. I suit You has are been hereby again you
Oct. 19-Dunnellon filed &
awayx t
.. will have Red Hires pitching.Red Pache. Reward. Ray Smith, 18th and I the above entitled cause; and you
who has been pitching 29 Oct. 26-Father Lopez homex 7-26-ltc are hereby required
So. Daytona Ave.
w" with the Clerk ofthiscowt
in Bunnell when Nov. Pierson awayx and to .
years pitched WADSWORTH PULVERIZESTHE serve a copy thereof Upon

r they had the Tri-County League. Nov. 9-Hastings homex BAPTIST TEAM FOR SALE-wheel drive wreck- the whose plaintiff name or and plalntlU's address fs\lornejr' {1

Nov. 16-Callahan home er. Call .HEmlock 92321. H. T. Cook
The church will have tom Pin- Bunnell. Florida
x Denotes conference game. Cliff Sheffield's Lumber Go's July 26-2tc not
i ner. Seville will go intotha se. than August 13. A. D. 19fi2
team hit at will except for Jim If you fail to do so. decree 'pro
ries with nine winning confesso
a game FOR SALE-Lumber, planed and will be entered against
streak. Seville is favored to win JOE KELLY STOPS Burnsed who was stopped cold rough. Also some used concrete bill for of complaintt.dThennauretof

series. SEVILLE IN FINAL GAME in one of the highest scoring said suit being for
the divorce.
blocks. Box 7 Deen Road Bun-
of the season. said Court my hand seal of
Tom Pinner might pull -the Joe Kelly pitched three hit games nell. July 19-26-tp A. D. 1962. this loth day of July

church team to victory if he can ball to stop Seville's winningstreak Jim went 0.3 first game in (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE

outpitch Big Red. The winner of FURNITURE refinishing and re Clerk of said Circuit Court
of eight games 6-5. ten that he didn't hit. A hit for By Julia R.

the playoff will receive a two- Jim would have given him the pairing chair caneing, restoring Deputy Harvey Clerk.

foot trophy. Runnerup will also Harry Kuleski hit a long home batting title. Mann and Gale antiques expertly done by crafts July 12-19-26 & Aug. %-4tc

I run on the first ball pitched. with 20 experience. REVISED
get a trophy. held the Church team to three man: years Notice Is FOR BID
Seville came back with four Harry Peabody, 4392007. Board of hereby given that the
'I County
hits. J.L Sheffield had 33., F. Commissioners of
in the, bottom of the first 55tcROUTE Flllgier County will receive
LEAGUE runs July sealed
Todd had 2-2, Wall had 2-4 Bill bids until 9:00 a. m.. August 6. 1962.
The Clinic back -- In the
inning. came office
TO BE ORGANIZED Cummins had 23. Circuit of the Clerk of the
with three, runs in the second.In MAN-Earn $125.00 per Courthouse Court, In the Florida for
Bunnell city recreation department W.L.C. Ab R H week or more. Car and refer- the following Bunnell.: .

will organize a little base the fourth inning Joe Kelly J. Burnsed 301 ences necessary. For personal TRUCKS

ball league Friday afternoon.All hit a long triple to bring in Tay Mann 2 2 11 interview in your area, write Mr. One RE"ISED new SPECIFICATIONS 1963 Z-Ton Dump

boys who would like
please try to be at the baseball one run and won the game J. I. Sheffield ',> 333 NE Atlanta 8, Ga. 7-12-4tc 150; equipped,with gross i 8.25 i horsepower x 20-

park at 4 P. M. 65. C. Sheffield :I :\,. < 1 0H 0' 10 both ply Wheel tube, type rear view tires mirrorS .
WANTED AT ONCE. Man with on
Managers, \of the teams will Clinic Ab R G. Mercer -5: .: i 21 sides, turning 'enals. heavjrmtVr. .
for business in
be Shelton Barber, Tillman RobInson H. Kuleski 3 1 2 D. Burnsed 3 2 ,2 car Rawleigh .. 'ErUsfSSirreeaarr springs axle. Also oil
Flagler Co. Buy on time. See one dump body with
Wilfred Hunter, and. Hank Whitaker 3 O. 0 Cummins < \ 3 2Todd' ,2 more capacity. 3 yards or
, or write immediately to Raw.
Dozier. Each team will carry 15 Bertha t:: 3' 0 222G. One new 2 ton 1963 Dump Truck
"* leigh FAG 360.30 Memphis Tenn. chassis without
players. Boys from 9.13 will be Peterson ." 302 Worley w' 111 hoist remaining specifications dump bOdy and

eligible to play. Deen '\1, -.3.0 :1 J. Burnsed.: -,, ;rl;':.; 2 1, 1 July plied above.by Body County and hoist to be sup-as
Rules will be given to each Robbie .r; 2 1 0 -. -- FOR SALE-30 foot house trailer, chassis by ssfule bider. Price on

manager. Two games a week :Murray 1 1 0 ; \ 25 18 15 Masonite. Call ID 73410. to Prices Include to cost be FOB sBunnell. Indi-

will be played. A nine.gameschedule Kendall 3 2 2F.B.C. (t. Ab R H 6.21-tf cating The Board approximately delivery date

will be made up. Win Frailey ";f\ f#'> '' 3 0 ,0 Brown ' .. ? 1 0 0 reject. any--..- lint--reserves-! ..11 ..1A.'wo.the. right to I I
' ZIG ZAG SEWING MACHINE thThf! request cancels and
ner of the ,league will receivea Kelly r 2, 0 1 McGriff _' : -3 1 1 request for Bids replaces
medal. Winners of the league i .r'l *.".,,, ____ __ Cauley ,. "" 2 0 1 I Repossessed, due .tQ' unfortunate Trucks Tribune PUblished In The Flagler
July 5
will play an all-star team of 276 9 I McMillan.1, 2 0-0 circumstances, '62 ,models perfect Dated at Dunnell, Florida2this

-- condition. Sews forward & reverse '16th day ot July 1962.
.. Ross 200
J. Metts V ,, 2 1 1 makes buttonholes sews Board of County A ommlssloners Chairman.-

on buttons embroiders & monograms of Flagler County, Florida I
Edwards 1 0 0 ATTEST: E. A. SDfYTHE Clerk
r. darns & tacks &, July 19-26-2tc
Imprpta: II 0 0, 0
/ hems etc. Assume, 6 payments of BID REQUEST -'-
A BIG STRETCH D. Metts : 1 0. 0
$7.75. CL 5.1161 7.12.4tc Sealed bids will be received in
Westbrook 1 0 0
the office of the City Clerk of the
is 2 3 City of Bunnell. Florida in the
FOR RENT-2 bedroom house Civic Center Building. on or before '

Innings 1234 R H furnished $10 a week or $45 per 12:00 o'clock noon, on the 20th day
August, A. n 1962, for the following
:.::-r---= _ W. L. C. 125101815 month. Contact Mr. or Mrs. L.: B. ; ,

F. B.,C. 0110 2 3 Bratcher. 628tfSEPTIC ing: I
) Drill one (1) 3-lnch
4 Two base hit Wall J. I. Shef- a maximum depth of test 400 well feet to in

_ field, G. Mercer; three baggers, TANK-cleaning reason- accordance for'a test well with the specifications ;'.

/ r D. Burnsed J. I. Sheffield, Mann. able rates. George Jarosz phone Wilson & Associates prepared P.by O.Flood Box

i ID 7.3410 5-17-11-17-paid 5717. Jacksonville Florida which ;'
Umpires Mann King Copeland. specifications and plans can be examined ,
Scorer. Crews. at the office of the City

Two bids shall be submitted in
TV Radios Hi-Fi Sewing
alternative to furnish all
Machines Vacuum Cleaners and labor and machinery and
BATTING CROWN to furnish materials labor and
all small appliances. All work machinery except the 3-inch pipe .
I which will be furnished ,
Jim Burnsed 3.3 in final game guaranteed. Ormond Hardware City of DunneIl. by the ,

t Mr. Giraffe has the right of his 'own. He has Just discovered gave Johnny Rodgers the city 50 W. Granada next 7-Eleven with Bidding and shall on the be forms In accordance I,

Softball batting title. Johnnywon Ormond Beach Fla. Phone: 677- by the aforesaid prepared 1.i
Idea. He is looking in the some items that he neers consulting engi- ,
it with a 466 average. His 4414. May 17-tfc I
local I newspaper, where he ,'has been needing-at prices Each bid shall be addressed to
the City Commissioners. P. O.
knows he will find some which will. enable him to"stretch" ORMOND PRESCRIPTION HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bedroom 5. Bunnell. Florida The City Com Box '

PHARMACYSick large living dining area carport missioners reserve the right to reJect -
genuine bargains. his dollars consid any and all bids and also to
Room Supplies-Sundries and utility room CBS on accept the bid that In Its JUdgment
From the, happy smile on erably. will be 'jKnftli best Interest of the II'
HOSPITAL SUPPLIES 100 x 105 corner lot 311 South City of ; Florida. L
the gentleman's face, it'sobvious Take a cue from this real 24-Hour Prescription Service Forsyth Street. 1-25-tf WITNESS my hand and official f
seal this 16th day of
he Is oblivious to the smart two-look first to local Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt. (Seal) c. B. Eisenbach.JulyA.Mayor D. 1962.

bestores for AlA 1 ml. North of FOR RENT OR SALE-3 bed City f Bunnell Florida
stretch taking place money-stretching
house at north end of Pal- Mrs. Nancy C.
room Rodgers City Clerk.
hind him. values. You can begin right July 19-26-2tc
metto Flagler Beach boat
Actually, he has found a now by checking the ads in FREE PAINTOne CIRCUIT COURT
canals cool pleasant living ex- JL OF TUB

way to accomplish a"stretch this newspaper. extra gallon of your choice ceptional value, beautiful In- AND SKVBNTII FOR JUDICIAL FLAGLKR CIRCUIT COUNTY IN

with each gallon you buy terior and exterior $90.00 per FLORIDA OF SUIT. IN CHANCERY C1IANCKHY.NO.NOTICE I

Mary Carter Paint Store month for September 1; occu- MARION STEVENSON.Plaintiff, j

OfYont crrn sake! Alee We.t.at. "h*plac Cater pancy. Contact present renters JAMES STEVENSON.Defendant.VB.
Trade at Home or Alexander Lumber Co., Daytona

aaa coaatnneit to tea Beach Florida. 7-20-TF ORDER OF PUBLICATION
I (3fp? JUnijlrr GJribiinrBCHlfKLL. Ocean front housekeeping apartments James Stevensonco
Win. Nlemann & Co.
'FLORIDA 1 and 2 bedrooms com 55 Paramus Road Box: 85 J

pete with linens and all utilities. Paramus New Jersey
You are hereby required to file

... Sun deck, fishing, swimming your answer with the Clerk of this I
-- -- Court to the Bill of Complaint filed
MRS. M. B. FULLER. Editor I
loafing. Day week or month. herein against you In the above
entitled cause on or before the 3rd
Sun Sea :Manor
De.lcaat Flagler Beach. day of August. A. D. 1962 and serve
OfleUIr PabUe.tl.
CRAIG FUNERAL HOME HE 9.2082 7-6tf a copy thereof upon Lawrence W.
.r Public Xetleea et Flatter Barns. plaintiffs attorney. herein.
whose address is 101 Seabreeze !
Cutr Municipalities tkerelud "XX NX"NX-XX xx-'NX-'NX''* Boulevard. Daytona Beach. Florida.
A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director "The Flakier Tribune" is hereby
the .State et FiuldaWatered JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER
a. designated as the newspaper In
JOHN HARDIN. Associate I which this order shall be publishedonce
BEACH REALTY CO.I a wk for four consecutive

at Buuaell Fiarlaa* under art st ACREAGESee Th..
ATTENDANTPhone AMBULANCES nature of this suit Is a bill
'larch a. 187*. ua for your real estate need for "'vn 'eWITNESS.
I mv hand and seal at
Office Phone HE 9.2242 vunnr\! FlaKl! County. Florida.
ID 7-3532 One J'8U __ I1HelT 27th day of June A. T>. 1U 2. I
Residence Phones ID 7-3691 (Official Sean E. ? SMTTHB. j I
I, I montb'LH!< i An Clerk Circuit 1
7-3517 I Court
201 E. MOODY BLVD. J t or ?laf! r County. Florida. I
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Thursday, July 26, 1962 '

qadeih Jn IO4ida

I (By Hervey Shorj: l i iI i

.J iI I t Shop: at Shelton's' you'll see you I
Growth wise
j plants'can be J "
, compared with people. 1 -
:I j : save. TOP VALUE Stamps at no 1
Both are slender when young, ,
they but are grow apt older.southern to change. shape asj I I i ) :. : extra cost to you. Every day low I

The magnolia is an prices. Load up on these buys. :1
example. With age it loses its . :
graceful, upright pose and begins 1
spreading out. 1
qa' .e
; .y :FIygpM'kYp': { 4
This middle-age spread can :
I Whole or Shank Half
become a problem if there is no I i.iR '

._ room to spread.. Planted too I '
close to the house, a magnolia
: may damage the roof or buckle Hams'49.
t. the foundation.So HUNTS

in selecting plants for your
homestead, remember ornamentals + ]
are like people-they have f Catsup
size, shape and color. Other McuSLICES

qualities of plants include mass, ... lb. 89'
texture and lines, according to : ? : :' ,

E.ticulturist W. McElwee with, the ornamental Agricultural hor 20 oz.Bottle. 19":;; By Popular Request

Extension Serviced Flavor Aged Beef
Selecting plants with proper
size and shape is important. To CHUCK ROAST lb. 49*
be attractive, the home, the ,
plants and the lot must be of NO BIKINI . Swedish actress Limit one with '$5.00
or more
Ulla Jacobsson has placed
relative size.A World's BestHAMBURGER
a ban on bikinis for herself, food order
modest-size home on a small when being photographed bat
lot with giant-size shrubs makes will pose in a "modest one-piece 3 Ibs X1.59FOLGER'S
the mortgage look cheaper than bathing suit. ,
; it is. ---

Around most homes, a few vertical, horizontal, arching, S First Cut Lean
large plants will look better drooping and irregular.
I than many small plants. So,
plan your landscape and plant Vertical lines like aralia, nan. : ,
enough ornamentals to' cover dina and saw cabbage palmettocan Coffee
be used to vertical All Pork SmokedSAUSAGE
the area when they are three- compliment
fourths mature and not the size lines of a building or to
when planted. ". contrast a horizontal element- LB. 33*
Some say that they can tell like a low, flat sport car. ,
what their wife is going to( be If you don't plan to buy a 1 LB.
like 30 years' hence by lookingat low-slung auto, then plant several :;
the mother-in-law. Using this Pfitzer junipers. They will 49 Blue Bonnett
tip, don't plant a slender young give the same effect and will CAN .
.:", ornamental until you scout the be cheaper to maintain.For OLEO 2 Lb. . ; 49c
neighborhood and see a, plant irregular lines try plant. ,
old enough to be its mother. If Duke Tall Can
Ing spirea or-the Japanese privit. Limit one with $5.00 or more
there is a tendency for middle- tf you like depressive moods, food order
age spread, then leave ample then set out jasmines and power- '10_ Cans 69C
room between plants or between puffs.: These plantS are said to
the house and the plant. have drooping lines. Chef Boy Ar dee ,
Color, other than green, is one Regardless of what plants you '
of the more distinctive qualities use in your landscaping, plan MEAT BALL STEW 59.I
of plants. the spacing before you plant.
Warm colors-red, orange and This will prevent backaches later Tetley
yellow-are advancing colors. when you dig and move
They are useful in landscape crowded ornamentals. INSTANT TEA Each 39*
;oot work to'decrease !the apparent
t 'distance. Colors add ,a welcome .
touch to your home. BEST BUYS IN PRODUCEGolden
On the other hand, cool colors -
are receding and give the au BEER ps EACH RipeBANANAS
impression of distance. So if you
tAPrompt lOC
desire to keep the bill collectors 59 Pound
f away from your door, try plant.
ing cool colors-blue, green and Large Sweet
violet., Cool colors also make the RED GRAPES 29C
house look farther back on the Pound
I Limit with
Service one $5.00 or more
lo.t This is cheaper than moving 'Golden Sweet

Texture the house.of plants is the coarseness The Flagler TribunePhone CORN 6 for- 2-9C
or fineness of the orna
IDlewood 7.3282
mentals. Texture is mainly the SHURFINE
BunnelL Florida
size, number, spacing and typeof Master Premium
leaves, flowers and fruits. .
Is measured the Peaches BEER
Texture also by 6 Pak Can 99c
appearance of the leaves, suchas
dull, glossy or dark. 25 FREETOP Shurnne 303 Can

Lines of a plant are measuredby VALUE STAMPS 303 Can $
how it grows.Lines include with purchase of FRUIT COCKTAIL 4 for

PAL PARKER'S. INC. Charcoal 20 lb. Briquetsand Bag I I 5 FOR $$1| 00 ShurfmeG oz. Can Frozen -

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Agent For & this coupon
Coupon expires 7-28-62
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with $5.00 or more i fpw July 26-27-23, 1962
r "* food order I

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Telephone HEmlock 92098. I
f' .* Guests of Rev. and Mrs.: Lester
Mr.' and Mrs. O. A. Brantley
Stanton include: Mr. and :Mrs.
recently returned from a visit in
Hiram D. Vaughter from Amorilla -
Ft. Lauderdale with their son Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. S.
and hisfamily.. Vick' and their daughter, Kay,
from Dumas, Texas. Both Mrs Grade A Western Armour Star All MeatFRANKS
Mrs. J. A. Babbitt returned Vaughter and Mrs. Vick are .sisters
Monday from the University Hos-I of Mrs. Stanton. -
...:, pita in Gainesville where she t ChuckRoastlb49 JE Et o 49Copeland's <
received treatment for four days.I Mrs. George Moody, Sr., re

turned Saturday from Montgomery -
., The Messina Family of Bay- Ala., where she attendedthe Grade A Western
shore (L.I.) N. Y., are enjoying graduation of her daughter, Pure PorkSausage1
a vacation at their home in Miss Judy Dodson, from Lanier Round

;,,,4. Flagler Beach. High School. Judy and Mrs. ROAST 59* Lblloll49*
Moody's neice, Jean Mitchell, Bowe
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Brantley
' returned with her for a visit.
were visiting at their former '
.;' home' in 'Ocala Tuesday. I Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Mygrant Grade A Western Hot or Mild

from Delray Beach, Florida, arrived -
k- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Forsythe Tuesday for a visit with
, I and family have returned to their son and family, Mr. and ChuckSteaklb69* JIFFY STEAKS 1 AC EACHor

I ,- \ their home, in Palatka after va- Mrs. Jimmy Mygrant.Rev. VEAL PATTIES 1VY
cationing at Flagler Beach.
and Mrs. Atlee Stevens
\ SSgt. Thomas J. Clark, USMC,I. left Wednesday for a visit in FOLGER'S GIANT SIZE
, son of Mr. and Mrs. ClevelandJ Lancaster, Pa., with her parents. I
Clark of Bunnell was pro
I moted to his present rank June COFFEE TIDEPKG.

I .(; 28, at the Marine Corps Air Sta I
bl(. tion, Beaufort S. C. I .
I w He is a member of Headquarters
.t << and Headquarters Squadron I ",1 5liNUII lb C
t.,; located at the air station. 39 49
Clark entered the service in CAN
' October '1953 and is a graduate BY
, ':. .' ''of Bunnell High School. He is
:{r, the son in law of Mr. and Mrs. Limit one with $5.00 or more food order Limit one with $5.00 or more food order

, Gene Hart of Flagler Beach. ,
I r Laundering Tips No. 2 Can Comstock SlicedPie Holsom Grape

:ft METHODIST CHURCH NEWS I For laundering mop heads, usea
,Rev.' Reynold Hoover has man's old undershirt, sewingup
chosen for his sermon title for the sleeveholes and bottom Apples 19 JAM 24: 39*:
.' next Sunday "God's Grand Children opening. After the mop head has
been placed in the shirt tie or pin
." service is
the neck opening securely.
10:30 a.m. and the junior choir
Avoid tangles and temper in 303 Mae Da
will sing a special song. Church washing by tying sashes with cordor LaRuta
school is at 9:30 and all visitorsare the ends of them in large bows.
welcomed.Mr. Linen should be rinsed twice in
and Mrs. Bob Henderson hot water after washing first of TOMATOES 10'Limit CORNED BEEF EACH
entertained the Methodist all to remove all traces of soap 39
and the second time to give it
Church School at a swim partyat clear'color.. 6 with order
their home Thursday morn.
ing. About 25 children and
Helen's Favorite:
chaperones. enjoyed ,the,outing. Fried Rice 14 oz. Hunt'sCATSUP"0"' Food King GratedTUNA
'. Attending the Mens' Club (Serves 8)
quarterly meeting and dinner at % cup butter or substitute CAN *
the Trinity Methodist Church in % cup chopped onion 19 19
Palatka tonight will be: Rev. 4 eggs, slightly beaten
Reynold Hoover, Howard Lerch, 34 cup crumbled cooked bacon
4 cooked rice
Bernie Wilson, Ray Lehr, Lyman
1% teaspoons salt. 3 oz. Assorted FlavorsJELLO Northern Tissue
Gage C. B. Hull, and Leonard }i cup soy sauce
Johnson, the president of the, 2 tablespoons chopped parsley
local men's club. I, Melt, butter in skillet, add 25* 3 ROLLS 25*
The Executive Board of' theMen's onion and cook until tender. _
Club will meet at the Add eggs, cook and stir until I
set. Add remaining'ingre-
( home of Leonard Johnson Mon
dients and toss over low heat
day July 30, at 7:30 P.M. to blend and separate rice I Food KingOLEO 12 oz. NibletsCORN
grains. Cook for 5 minutes
Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. more, then serve. 1 2 LBS 4 FOR *
Jimmy Mygrant for the past few 29 75
days were Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
, _
I Dorminey and children, .Ray-perspiration .
mond, Wendell, and Keith, from I

Miami. Mrs. Dorminey is a sister eradicate Use one this.part of permanent type I Foremost Ice Milk, Any Flavor: GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE
to Mr. Mygrant.
I I starch with three parts of waterto
restore the rustle to nylon-taffeta I % Ga'' Golden RipeBananas
Wayne and Derese Owens returned slips. Hang these dripping BIG DIP 49
home Sunday after visit- for drying as wringing may remove P""d *
ing in Lanett, Ala., for a few some stiffness.. Ironing is 1 O
weeks. They were accompaniedby rarely necessary.
Robert Owens' sister and Hair shampoo rubbed into cos- FROZEN FOODS
metic stains on clothes, especially :
husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
6 Sealdsweet Yellow
necklines, before they are put in oz.
Bradshaw, from Columbus, Ga.. the washer leaves the-material

clean and fresh looking. l0 *
If dark dresses get that gray Lemonade 99 ONIONS LBS 25
PETERSON TEXACO look after a number of washings, For
SERVICE give them a rinse in a large
ROAD SERVICE I amount of,bluing.

Light Mechanical Work 10 oz. Birdseye Ford Hook Fresh Green
Phone 437-3441 Bunnell I I

CommunityMemorial LIMAS 2 FOR """D *

SINCLAIR SERVICE I i .I Churchlaterdenominational 49 Cabbage 5 I I

Now Availableon : Daytona Av. iFL FOOD STORE /
Highway U. S. No. 1 I _

Must be Mechanically In- Sunday School 10:00 A.M. ..I .. .. .. .. :
clined. Bunnell resident Church Service 11:00 A.!do L I ,

preferred. R. W. DICKERT. Pastor iI E

437-3516 439-2044 {I
Bunnell or, Subscribe The Flagler Tribune PRICES GOOD THURS. FRI. SAT. JULY 2627.28, 1962 !

$2.SO A Year la Advance .

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I So, keep a ,wary eye out for halting dollarspot. I the grass blades.

\ i, this fungus during hot, humid Brown patch Is another enemyof I These spots are quite small

weather. It ravages all grasses, green lawns. It attacks all and may have a tan center. The

I Ig but is partial to bermuda and lawn grasses.It I fungus often infects the sheathsof

zoysia. kills grass in circular areas' the grass and rots this area

LOI11 The fungus kills grass In several feet in diameter. The of the plant.

I patches the size of a silver dol fungus often shows up after a i I Leaf spot is a year-round ailment -

j .- lar. At first the spots wilt, then heavy application of nitrogen, i I and occurs when sufficient

I11 f'' turn dark before bleaching out sion that a neighbor has discarded -!moisture is present. Suggested

I'; WSCS Albert T. Ford, vocational ag I to a straw blond.In her ill-fated pie meringue'I fungicides to cope with this ailment

, Y POSTPONED MEETING riculture teacher from Bunnell tHigh addition to measuring the on the lawn. I include Thiram, Kromad I

School, attended the annual 'spots with borrowed silver dollars To, get rid of slime mold try, and Acti-Dione.

: ,The Woman's Society of Christian state convention for Ag'j' check for white cobweb-- sweeping it off with a broom ,I Rust is another fungus that

Service meeting scheduledfor teachers in Gainesville last like mold, binding together or washing It away with the operates best in warmer months

j Wednesday, August 1, has week. i I blades of grass. Make the checksor hose. ,l I I during humid weather.
,been postponed. The next meeting In addition to hearing addresses during lush grass growth. Gray leaf spot causes most I It causes small raised spots

will be held atthe :Methodist from outstanding speakers Once brown spot invades a damage to St. Augustine grass. !''to' appear on the grass blades.

I Church on Wednesday morning on different phases of the : lawn It is spread by stray dogs, symptoms include ash colored 'These spots may be yellow,

September 5. work, the teachers toured the { people and lawnmowers.The spots on the leaves. These spots orange or even reddish brown.

f Florida Agricultural Experiment I cure for brown spot In.' may show purplish margins.To i!A heavily affected leaf blade

I I' Guests of :Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stations demonstration and experimental -j. cludes Thirm, Kromad, mercury cure this fungus try the when pulled through the fingers

.t Rodgers during the past week plots. i chlorides and PCNB. Be sure to chemicals suggested for brown I will leave a yellowish orange

included their son, Herbert Rodgers follow the directions on the spot, or captan or chloranil. stain on the fingers.
of Jacksonville; their son in Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller were j package when applying these Helminthosporium leaf spot I I Planting rust resistant grasses

t law and daughter, Mr. and ,Mrs.I in Gainesville Sunday. visiting compounds.Slime attacks Bermuda, Zoysia and St. is the best preventative method
? Raymond Garrison of Pough- with her sister, Mrs. Arthur Babbitt molds usually cause Augustinegrasses. It causes purplish I I for rust. If rust apppears, try

keepsle, N.Y. Mrs. Garrison will who was at the University' excitement for the new home. to brown oblong spots on I''applying Zineb or sulphur.

{ be remembered as the former Hospital. for medical treatment. ,J owner. At first glance this .-- -

"1 Miss Frankie Rodgers of Bun- harmless fungus looks like a
nell. Mr. and Mrs. George Clegg I terrible mess. The grass is often

and children are visiting in covered with a blue.gray or yel' ANNOUNCING THE OPENING
Kentucky with her parents and I
low slime and
Mrs. Herbert Anderson and gives an impres-

children have returned from I other relatives. early, as the mold disappearswhen
Burlington, S. C., where they the' dew dries.
spent a week with ,:Mr. and rs.1 I THANK YOUI To cure a mild infection of

Buck Durrance. They were .accompanied would like to express my dollarspot, give the grass a gen- Under New Management
I home by,the Dur- sincere thanks and appreciationto erous shot of nitrate of sodia.

ranees who plan to spend some the people of Flagler Countyfor but be sure of the ailment, be- . REV. and MRS. LAMAR' LINGOLD

time here. Mrs. Durrance is Mrs. their many kindnesses dur- cause the nitrogen adds to the
[, Anderson's mother. ing my illness in the hospital. misery of some diseases.For Specializing In

I Your prayers, cards, flowers,' safer controls apply a Sandwiches Regular Meals Short Orders
visits and all kindnesses have lawn -
fungicide containing cad .
Reece ( '
Mr. and Mrs. Smiling At Popular Prices
meant much to me. mium. the material
i Jack) Close of Ramsey, N., J., arrived ,Apply as .
Scott Sheffield. a spray, using a half ounce per
r,, during the weekend for a I 1,000 feet of lawn. We Serve A Businessmen's Luncheon
visit here with his sisters, Mrs.
1 r. Gladys Deen and Mrs. Mildred Dr. Spencer Mullins, plant I' Each Day For $1.00 _
pathologist with the Agricultural
I ,Nylan. Gardening In FloridaBy
Extension Service, also recommends -
I They were accompanied here We Will Appreciate Your Patronage
chloride compounds for
( by their daughter, Jackie Close, ( Hervey Sharpe) ,

j and Margaret Kelly. They plan -
Dollarspot disease of lawn
to spend three weeks visiting
grass isn't a sign of wealth be-
1 here and on a fishing trip to .
cause no bank will take it for .
i the Keys before returning \
deposit except a ditch bank.
J Mr. and Mrs. E. A. .
and daughter, Barbara home.j I' '; ':'--, ". .s. "
,, ,...., :
<- ;1<-
returned homeJTriday f o ,
I IlP ' .
ami where'1hey spent : Mtt

days. Mr. Smythe, who is the

Clerk of the Circuit Court here,| .

attended the Governor's Cold ] tlUlc1l{ .

War Conference held there.I ({ f (

I Mrs. Raphael Sturman has returned tt
to her home,here after 'W ,
t. a visit in Virginia and Pennsyl- \ I

vania with relatives. Beauty Rites for LadiesIf ..
\ the skin is even slightly dry, \ .

Visiting here with her uncle make-up will simply not look ;! .
good. In addition using a proper l '' ;:. "
i and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred ,.
: _
night cream, protect during the r ;
Tucker and family is their neice, day with moisture base dabbedon \ :;' :t f .71fl Afrd v// ._-'

Vickie Blackwell, of Montgomery ..
lightly before make-up applica- _'..1'1: ;
Alabama. I ,\. ,4-i, > ( c
\ tion.Lipsticks are darker this season :.' .t, 'P t"
-- ) tf/
I 4&M (
Pfc. Don Bullock, of Camp Le- _than previously but they're still 1'1.I ,
juene,' N. c., arrived here during bright and gay. Your best bet ( 7
I be to blend own with a
may your
the past weekend for a visit with
lipstick brush. I -.w .
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry *
I You'll be seeing more of the .4 I
L E. Bullock. "pout" look in mouths: The same

i shade of Mango lipstick is usedHelen's I ,.fl 4 EVJ \ ',?"1.A.. I
,4 0'.
Johnny Stanish of Sanford I

I was a business visitor here ., \ f; .
1 Favorite: ... .. < I t't
f Monday. He and Mrs., Stanish I Corn Casserole J

I. have just returned from a visit I (Serves 4.6) -
f' in Pensacola with his brother 1 cup corn, whole kernel

t in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. 2 eggs, separated

t Elzia Powell. 1 1 cup small cracker green pepper crumbs ctric air conditionln ,

r I Willard" salt and pepper
Mr. and Mrs. Tucker 4 tablespoons melted butter
have returned home from a va 4 slices bacon
t cation in North Carolina. Hi cups milk

I Mix corn with cracker I The long summer in a hot, muggy dust and pollen, brings relief from

Visiting here during the past crumbs, milk, butter and home is harder on wives and kids allergies. Removal of excess moisture
slightly beaten yolks. Saute
weekend with Mr. and 1lrs.Val diced green pepper egg in butter than on husbands who work in an airin the air helps prevent mildew damage. .(

ter Morris were his brother in and add. to mixture. Blend in conditioned place of business..Yet the You can shut out street noises, too. .

law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. stiffly beaten whites with salt new, improved air-conditioners, costless
And Electric AirConditioning
H. B. Steen of Glasgow Ky. They and pepper. Pour into buttered than eva re, can be had on new year-round ,

:were accompanied here by their baking dish and arrange baconon easy terms, and are amazingly inexpensive brings.eternal springtimeinto

son and daughter, H. J.Jr., and top. Bake in a moderate to operate. For the price of a your home cools in summer,

Janet. 350F.) oven for 40 minutes.... i few bottles of pop, your home and warms in winter really two -comforts -

The Steens will be in Sylvester i family can' be kept comfort-cool all in one,from a single compact unit.
for the mouth, but the darker
Ga., for several weeks during .. !
day. a priceless blessing Electric Air-Conditioning is flame-
shade is applied on the upper lip I
the tobacco H.B.
1 marketing. ,
while the lighter mate goes on Cool, filtered, dehumidified air is,both less, dependable, tried and proven...
Jr. will visit here for several
I the lower lip. t healthful and refreshing. Children eat enjoyed by a half million of your
days with,' the Morris family. t Tackle the diet with renewed
better, sleep better, are less irritable. Florida neighbors. See your electric
zeal if want to look best in
t you Heat-caused fatigue and tension are ,appliance dealer or air-conditioning
Lynda Watson, young daughter summer clothes, particularly I
I h,: of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Watson beach wear which is most figure- eliminated. Filtered air blocks out contractor now.
showing this season.If t "
of Jacksonville, visited here recently
with Eula Lee Moody. you like basic dresses for the ;;;thI'
most part, dress them up with :M1rQ Jjfcftameless &ifez&k

jewelry. Four to five strand neck- ff..irs CHCAFCK.root e
laces in several bright colors are '
ter. very popular as are the sautoir -
days in Orlando with her daughter the long two or three strand type . FLORIDA. POWER t LIGHT I COMPANY
Miss lona Moody. with a dangle on the end. I HELPING BUILD FLORIDA

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PAGE SIX- Thursday, July 26, 1962
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that it was supported in the majority of only two votes.
main by most of those people The hassle between the House
who make a fetish of zealously and Senate Appripriations Committee -
YarY guarding the civil rights of mi- has apparently been settled -
J nority groups. The amendmentthat and we should start mov-
;x was put on in, conference ing now on getting the neces- : Call On

would, In my judgment, have sary appropriations bills com- UsWhen'
violated and invaded the rightsof pleted. The fiscal year ended
V privacy of individual citizens June 30th. There have been some J
and would have been a weapon departments operating without
that could be used against our I money since that time but I
; citizens to harass, abuse and I think we can look for speedy \ .!:.: ."

' threaten them even tQ the pointof action on appropriation bills "

'pi a: I political reprisal. from now on. :

Further it has not been proven ,
to.. A.S. (Syd) Herlong that. this power is necessary for S. WATER USERAHDLY
law enforcement.Can "
t Congressman Fifth District proper

t Quite understandably, the debate you envision what could RISES
happen if this power had been J
in the Senate on the medical Americans are using more You Need
granted to the Attorney General?
I r
water than to cool I
: care bill pretty much overshadowed In this connection I can't help ever keep ,
That clean, and occupied. j I II
I. everything else but refer back to the Declaration .
f. was under consideration in both of and the in. :
Independence I Water consumed by factories,
I: the House and Senate during the dictmen by Thomas Jefferson of farms, and homes has jumpedmore
past week. This is not to say of England in which '
.the King than 12 per cent in the
, that a great deal more has not Jefferson said "He has erecteda .
I : past six years. The United States
been happening. It just hasn't multitude of New Offices, and gulps its liquid assets at the
received the publicity.Just 1 I sent hither swarms of Officers to rate of 270,000 million gallonsper GOOD"Printing

this past week the con- harass our people., and eat out day (mgd), says the National .
ference report on the Antitrust i'their i substance." Geographic Society,

Civil Process Act was called up I If the Attorney General had The greatest water, glutton Is
for consideration. In the form been' given this power, it would not the hot tennis player or suburban .
that it was presented to the I' have vested in'a political officerof gardner but American in-
House after it had been amended the United States Government dustry. Industrial cooling pro-
in conference it gave the Attorney I the power of search and seizure cesses account for more than
General the power of subpoena 'without warrant. except his own half the water consumed in this

and the power without and would have subjected the country. It takes 65,000 gallons
.court proceedings to demand of most intimate and confidential of water to produce a ton of
our citizens documentary evidence , details of business operations in finished steel, 200,000 gallons fora
claimed by the Attorney this country to the prying eyesof ton of rayon, and no less than I
General to be needed in the enforcement a powerful bureaucracy.The 600,000 gallons for a ton of syn-
of antitrust laws. If I thetic rubber.
American Bar Association
the bill had passed as it came
opposed this power as being unnecessary Irrigation Ranks SecondIrrigation OFFICE FORMS
back to the House it would have
provided the Attorney General and gave testimonyto farmers rank as second I
the fact that while an Antitrust I
with the key to the door of every largest: users, of water, followed
CJvil Process Act was necessary ENVELOPESINVOICES
business office in the United( by individuals at work,
that unless that part of '
States and would have admitted I play, and home. '
r the bill which gave these un-
investigators to the company Billions of gallons go down '
reasonable to the Attorney I
flies and records of business
every General: was eliminated it the drain anually from such .
to and in
rummage snoop
modern: conveniences. as showers -
would be a bad bill. I voted a-
the name of the investigationof sprinklers, swimming pools,
gainst giving, these powers to I i LETTER HEADS
violations of ,antitrust laws. dishwashers
the Attorney General and am laundromats, and:.
The surprising thing about happy to say that our side pre disposals.
this particular amendment was vailed even though by the slim Sheer waste takes a heavy : BUSINESS CARDS '
toll. Even during New York's I
severe water shortage of 1949-50, ,
24 HourWrecker engineers estimated that 200 million STATEMENTS" I
Service gallons a day dripped from ,
leaky faucets and pipes alone.

Flagler Truck & Tractor Co Water-hungry can draw' America on a nation-fortunately BILL HEADS I

wide rainfall averaging 30 inchesa

ASSEY-FERGUSON year, or ten million gallonsfor RULED FORMS {
Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
every man, woman, and

Bunnell, Florida Phones : Day ID 7-3242 child.
Night ID 7-3529 However. more than 70 per TICKETS and TAGS
VIRGIL DECKER RALPH DECKER cent is used by growing plantsor
Owner returned to the atmosphereby
Parts&Shop Manager
evaporation and breathing.
Storage lakes, reservoirs,' and CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS
canals lose nearly half their

It 100 YEARS water in vapor.
happened ago Moreover, water is not evenly '
distributed. Mountainous re
gions of Hawaii may be del-
I 'The oldest incorporated trade association in the country, the
uged with a foot of rain a week
United States Brewers Association, was organized in 1862...
I the same year that yet Nevada averages only nine
inches all year. Some areas
which are flooded in the spring

\ suffer drought by late summer. We Don't Do The Most

Lids on LakesThe

Herculean task of supply-
J ing water to arid zones and PRINTINGBut
cities where demand exceeds ,
supply is being approached in
several ways: conservation

measures, notably antipollution We Do Some of the Best
and the reuse of water; the I .. .

building of larger aqueducts; I . .
and conversion of fresh water .
from the ___ . ., ;I ...' '. '
IN FLORIDA, the State Legislature proclaimed that all the .i '
public lands to which the state claimed title through secession have been experi- . .. . ,
should be restored to market at$1 and$2 an acre soldiers to menting with a chemical spray
havA the right to buy at 1/4 these prices. Throughout the state which blankets reservoirs and
the event celebrated with steins of beer.
was foaming
lakes with a film to cut evapo-
ration losses. Dial ID 7-3282
For then, as now beer was the traditional bev- Attempts :to unscramble sea
erage of moderation-light, sparkling refresh-
water are being intensified
ment that adds a touch of Southern hospitalityto
have k governments and private Indus-
any occasion. Floridians always enjoyed
the good fellowship that goes with every glass. try. Success on a large and in-
expensive scale could open up

TODAY,in its centennial year the United States vast new resources, for oceans
Brewers Association still works constantly to assure I cover almost three-quarters of -
maintenance of high standards of quality the earth's surface. The'FlaglerTribune
,. and propriety wherever beer and ale are served. The idea of desalting water is

not new. In 49 B c., during his
siege of Alexandria, Egypt, Jus- '

liou Caesar produced fresh wa-
t -. .. ter for his toops with solar avop. -
;, orators It is assumed that the
<' 8' ,i .... condensing vapor was collectedby ,,
. tft!!> 13tp ( oJ . oiled silk 1bric
IIE ::'. -.- or,. screens.
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Telstar Satellite It down for repairs." Information on I older who would be able to col ]I cial security office, Eadie says.

The need for a satellite communications lest some payment despite their I Many working people over 65

system has grown earnings. In order to receive any will find it to their advantageto

Heralds New Age rapidly in the past decade. Telephone Social Security benefits, however, these people file social security applica-

use has increased 75 percent Are you 65 or older and still must first file claims at the social tions even though they have

In CommunicationsAn in the United States alone. working? If so, have you visited security office. I earnings from employment or

Conventional equipment for domestic your social security district of- self-employment. He Invites interested
has become
age-old dream Before 1961, a person eligiblefor
J reality with the successful international service is fice? It is possible that you and social security benefits could people to call, visit, or

already overloaded. your family may be eligible to write his office. The address is
, launching of Telstar. not receive any benefits if his
,receive some social security 124 Bay Street, telephone number -
Oceans have been a big bottle total earnings for the year
if' This pioneering satellite presages benefits even though you con CL 35601.
neck. A limited number of chan- amounted to more than $2080
a worldwide communications tinue to work after you are 65. i
nels, both cable and radio, exist and if during, the year he either I
net work. Men everywhereon
the globe will soon be able to handle international calls. Mell D. Eadie, manager of the earned over $100 a month wagesor : Subscribe to The Flogler Tribune

Yet these calls increased 15 percent Daytona Beach social security rendered substantial servicesin S2JSQ A Year In AdvanceIN
to pick up telephones and talk,
in 1961.Undersea office, states that, because of recent self employment in each
via satellite, to others separatedby
thousands of miles of land cables are expensive, I changes in the social security month. THE CIRCUIT COURT, .!il a.i -
law there Beginning with 1961, the a- CIRCUIT. IN''IN'
and sea. and short-wave radio is unre- are approximately [ AND FOR THE COUNTY 01'FLAGLER

I able. Magnetic disturbances in I 1 million persons 65 or mount a person can get in bene- IN CIlANCEln., SPAT! CASK OK FLORIDA,
NO. 44bfl
Routinely, events of interna the upper atmosphere can play I fits when he works after he filesa MENTORY DAVIS.

\ tional significance will be televised havoc with short wave as it I social security application de- Plaintiff. .

;i as they happen. bounces from earth to inosphere Geographic that 20 or 25 satel.j pends on his yearly earningsand JOHN D. DAVIS.. ".

lites could I Defendant. "'.,.t..
I I provide on the amount of benefits
Of all the space objects orbited and back. They may even block NOTICE TO APPEAR'
t !I cuits to handle traffic between I II : payable to him and his family.A THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: ;
i so far, Telstar is the first it out entirely. JOHN D. DAVIS.

,that millions of people will use I J Europe and America. To link Residence Unknown *
\ after'
launching who or
Immediately ,
earns $1,200
jail the countries of the world II III person YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
directly, says the National Geo Telstar began receiving disturbance I I less during the year can get all that a suit for divorce has been
J would 30 50. lied
I require to against you in the above en-
: in '
graphic Magazine. Writing -free microwave signals his benefits. This is the same titled cause and you are hereby
the May 1962 issue of National But Telstar is not the only I required to serve upon Plaintiff's .
from the earth. Thetiny satellite provision as was in effect before Attorney whose and
name address
of communications satellite
Geographic Rowe Findley described boosts the strength of these signals 'I type I I 1961. Also, a person can appear hereon. your written defense -
designed for this purpose. Relay, if any to the Complaint in
1. the efforts that pre. with its solar ,cells-3,600.. get a social security check for said suit on or before the 23rd day
I Syncom and Advent are three '
,. ceded !the launching. In all-and relays them back to I lof the birds scheduled to fly in any ,month of the year in whichhe of confesso August will 1962.be else entered decree against pro

Allergic to Dust the ground. Its ability to trans. neither earns wages of more you.WITNESS
the near future. my hand and seal of
In the actual building of Tel- mit TV was swiftly proved. Its than $100 nor renders substantial said court this 18th day of July
Each of the satellites will
star, no hospital ever took greater wider radio bands 1962.
services in
can accom- self-employment.
have special duties. Some will (SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE
pains to keep dirt and grime modate many more telephone This is true despite the amountof Clerk of said Court
I be used by the military. Others W. L. Wadsworth
out of the works than did' Bell
channels than cables and con his total yearly earnings. A P. O. Box 396
f.f.Laboratories, research arm of will seem to hang motionless Bunnell. FloridaAttorney
ventional radio equipment.Could person 72 or older can receiveall for Plaintiff.
above parts of the earth insteadof
; the American Telephone andi Link All CountriesDr. benefits due on his past July 26 & Aug 2-9-16-Uc

Telegraph Company. Telstar's John R. Pierce, director of circling it. wages regardless how much he IN TILE COURT SEV
All will be in the worlds of
delicate components are acutely research at Bell Laboratories at works and earns. AND ENTII FOIL JUDICIAL.KL.ACJL.EIt CIRCUIT IV

r. allergic ot dust. Murray Hill, New Jersey, first t' Dr. Pierce, "superhighways compared I Further information on how : FLORIDA, IN ClIAftCERY.COUNTY CASK
to roads in terms NO. 4487GLADYS '
country i ii
: Air was filtered into the I
offered concrete for affect benefits avail M.
proposals earnings TIMMONS
'White room" where the satellite I i of traffic. i Plaintiff. .
Telstar. He told the National .able at the Daytona Beach so- '
t was being assembled. Before -vs- "l
entering, workers vacuumed Defendant. -.. .
Jf their shoes and put on lint-free NOTICE DIVORCE TO APPEAR

nylon and Engineers THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
caps gowns.
Own this beautiful -Bedroom Home'for JOHN TIMMONS.
used washable crayon instead BLACKSHEAR.
of chalk on blackboards. c/o Inez Gillyard .

r Absolute cleanliness was essential YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
$ 00 monthon a suit for divorce has been
f for one smudgy finger- only 5 6 per filed against you in the above entitled -
cause and you are hereby
, print on a vital part could 12-Yr. Plan required to serve upon Plaintiffs

shorten Telstar's life. ,As one Attorney. whose'name and address
appear hereon your written defense -
scientist put it: "Once a satellite if any to the Bill of Complaint -

It leaves the launching pad at lifll the 23rd, in day said of suit August on or 1962 before else

Cape Canaveral, you can't bring TH INSIDE FINISHING decree against pro you.confesso will be entered

OF SAID COURT. .this 19th day of
Juy 1962.

MATERIALS I INSTALLED I IAt II W.Bunnell.P. O.L. Box Wadsworth Florida*396 As Clerk of said Court' .--f

Attorney for Plaintiff
July 26 & Aug. -9-IG-ftc
Is hereby given that a special -
I meeting: of the owners of land
t 1 I situated in the Bimini Drainage
Pick-Ups for Beauty I District in Flaerler County. "Florida
Is hereby called to be held in the
I If your beauty is suddenly looking I -J Commissioner's Room of the Flakier !"-
a bit winter weary, then do a r snv.u County Courthouse IJunnell
Florida on the 7th day of August
quick beauty pick-up in those ,,,, we iri-r I oa loaiI A. D. 1962. at 3 o'clock P. M.. for 1.
departments in which it's needed I I -l | T /1,1 I IIIY.I. | the purpose of electing one member -
I of the Board of Supervisors for I
to feel more alive. the term of three years and to attend -
Make-up may need a change as r to such other business per-
taining to the district that may
skin lightens from summer come before the meeting.At .
months. Try one of the new moisture such election each and every
acre of land in the said District
base and powder combinations I shall be entitled to one vote in per
that comes in a tube and son or by proxy in writing duly
signed for each acre of land owned
I spreads readily. ,Select a color this price can't afford to rent by him In said District. Guardians
.t closest to skin tone. you t may represent their wards. Executors io

t. Use a pumice stone on' winter- and administrators may represent .
the estates of deceased persons -
roughened elbows, heels, etc. If and private corporations may
this is not enough, apply agood Monthly Payment Bndudes Following IltstallGd duly be represented authorized by Hgents.their officers or

moisturizing cream for nighttime It Is!' ordered that this notice be-
published each week for two consecutive -
t use.Helen's COMPLETE WIRING Installed, 9 ELEC. WATER HEATER Installed weeks In The Flagler Tribune -
v'' a newspaoer published in
Favorite Q LIGHT FIXTURES Installed & KITCHEN SINK & CABINET Installed Flagler' County. Florida.
: : Date of first publication July M..

Cranberry Salad GYPSUM WALLBOARD Installed 9 ALL INSIDE DOORS Installed A. D. 1962. Supervisors.
By order of Board of E
(Serves 6) I A. President.
F t 1 cup ground raw cranberries 'I 0 3-PIECE BATH SET Installed 0 ALL INSIDE TRIM Installed Attest. : JOHNSTON.
O. F. ALFORD. Secretary.
1 cup sugar -- -. July 26 & Aug. 2-2tc

< 1 gelatin package lemon flavored .-Money P'dw l Paid i Fp"t Jn olf, 100'-AW 1 9 ( NORTH OHMOM DISTRICT> DRAI.VACii

1 cup hot water heQ You Own "( o r Lqt ::2 Y; r 'Or l s J ' NOTICE OK LAND OWNERS.MEKTIttt .

I 1 . _
cup pineapple syrup r' Notice Is hereby given that a,
1 cup crushed pineapple, meeting of the Owners of Land sit
drained uated In the North Ormond Drain-
FREEI HERE'S WHAT YOU GET: age District In Volusla and Flakier .
H cup broken walnut meats Counties is hereby called to be held
1 chopped celery Pictures & ReorpJansConstruction Inside Finishing Facts at the office of the District'at 420
cup F atvrs Fixtures & MaterialsracVig Seabreeze Boulevard, Daytona 1
Combine cranberries and Prices & Financing Plan Detail Beach Florida. same being In the
sugar. Dissolve gelatin in hot HOME PLANNING KIT \ .Montr.Saving Facts Easy torment Options County of Volusia on Thursday. August -
S. Colorful Catalogs Quality Specifications 30. 1S62 at 2 o'clock P. M. for
water; add syrup. Chill until :J Question & Answers Cutaway Illustrations the purpose of electing Supervisor
partially set. Add all remain- A comprehemiv helpful information* collection assembled of In k01RE l't . Shed Homes Explained tokef ront Cottages and for any other business that

ing ingredients and pour into one colorfwl package. Facts you COQ y kit may come such election before the each meeting.At and every.

molds. Chill until set. Unmold 1 use new to hone.save big Doff Money whs this in planning acre of land in the District shall
your represent one share and each
i owner
lettuce. sensational offer.If
on lr.sakitclel shall be entitled to one vote In person -
home in the
now or
I or by proxy In writing duly
Is iMnf for AVOIQ
o you* ya.- '
signed for each of land
rmJ..mt l1 acre owned
I If the hair has been exposed to nail **coupon today! by him in such District Guardians

wind and snow drying heat etc. I > may represent their Wards. Execu-
I :JIM WAITER HOMES CORP. rt 1 tors and Administrators may represent
use a conditioner to rub in the PfYISIOHAt HCADOUAITHS n R the Estate of deceased persons
hair and scalp. A trim and change . P. O. Box 9128 ii and Private Corporations may
be represented b" their officer
of styling may also help. Tampa, Florida 'rI duly uthnrlzed Agents
I To keep hair styling and set It H ordered that this Notice bomiMl
/ I rleo* soil m. your "HOME PlANNING KIT.I .. .hed once a week for two. 'on-:
longer, band lots of tissue around understand there is no obfijaiian.! }Ir .eeuttve weeks in the Dnytona
the head, placing clips in stra- B"tch Observer a newsnaper nub.
!\ llrhert In Volusla Oountv. Florida
tegic positions to hold both tissue Name
and Th FJlllrJAr TrtM'*. a newii-
and hair line. Wear a large net Address 1 n-ner published IT "lacier ("Y untv.
over all.Lips For immediate service Call Collect Jl'JorlttOllte of first publication
City S'.te. July 26. 19S2.Bv
drying Use a moisturizer EA 5-5971. Palatka Florida order of

before applying lipstick. --....---. V.BOARD Guy Day.OF JWPKUVISORS!Secretary; .

July 26 & Aug. !-'-Stc



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EIGHT Thursday
; 26, 1962
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large-scale sheep farming. In a Jtion to protect them from whim.I 1 t NOTE ON ALBANIA ARIZONA'S i :
i' Scotland Acts Topr' wave of savagery, farm tenants"Isical landowners, and amended Albania, a center of controversy -. Arizona lives by four big Cs

were driven from the land. To j' it from time to time. A 1955 act I;I in the Communist bloc,i'climate, cotton, cattle, and cop-

Keep Highlanders'Way hasten the exodus, homes were created a commission to reor has a population of 1,581,000 I'I per. The Morenci open pit,

burned over families' heads. ganize* develop, and regulate i i living in an area a little larger northeast of Tucson is
I one of
[ of Life Crofting suffered still another I crofts. j I than Maryland According to the nation's largest copper

blow when sportsmen discoveredthe Help has brought hope-and ': legend, Albanians are descended erations. op-
be in the Diggings have literally
Their hearts
I may -
Highlands' abundant change. Glasgow bakery goods I II I from
it' Highlands, but only the heartiest game. an eagle. Hence the Al ,, converted a mountain Into a +
Crofts gave way to deer parks, i are now delivered to crofts thatI banian shows k kl
flag hole
- Scots still try to, make a living a two-headed i I[ in the ground I
whose lairds catered to British I once relied exclusively on home .
r I eagle on a solid red field. --
,',; there. and American gentry. Queen baked scones and oat bread. I I l I
The decay of crofting, an unusual i Though waves move across
: Victoria fell quite in love withHighl I High beefsteak prices have j the surface of
' system of tenant farming a a lake or sea, the
anders them | Izalco, a volcano in El Salva.1
finding : precedent. A 10-pound steak itself
i in northern Scotland, is empty water merely rises and
I "ready to walk and run and do dor, once was known as "the I I sold for I
$48 a pound in Circle falls. A
' ing thatched cottages and driving given volume of water
of the Pacific.
, the young people to cities. I anything. lighthouse Itj i Alaska, during the gold rush of sinks back into almost the same
Concern has deepened about Despite the bleak prospects, erupted regularly about everyeight the 1890's. '1 place.VACATIONS.
i the Highland's waning popula many crofters clung to their ancestral .1 minutes, and sailors could)I I s
bits of leased soil. In i I see its fires and smoke from far
; tion. The wildly beautiful region
1886 Parliament passed legisla- out at sea. I
, not only cradeled the clans I
k that wear the tartan; it symbolizes 1 i ,
r the spirit of ferocious, rebellious 1 Are you taking your vacation trip without adequate
Caledonia.But insurance protection? For short-term or longtermtrip I

:; the problem is far from -surance, see us. Wherever you go. whenever you

' new, the National Geographic = - j go. However you go-GO PROTECTED.
Togo Zli'
KiFE.Rwop -
" Society says. Sven in 1763, Sam e + ,WST toowio Ctovo QU I.
4 luos ovr J1 pw ru/ a 4'To SEE H. T. COOK AGENCY
uel Johnsoa*.wrote, 'The '4' M'c,1.oRLYAre rr AJ'FwaK General Insurance
prospect a Scotsman ever sees YI AOAN PeAORI ovR I y' BUNNELL FLORIDA I
is the highroad that leads him

to. England."

A Burns famed. was contemprorary unable to, Robert sup 11I.-..............................................................................Jf..................

port his wife Jean and wee FOR ALL HOURS-DAY, OR NIGHT

bairns on the land.

Legislation Aids Crofts AMBULANCE
Since 1955, the British Parliament -
has made special effortsto SERVICE PHONE -VAlley 4-1625

help the 20,000 or so croft ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
ing families in northern Scot

a land. New laws and limited I Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

grants have enabled the crofters I ,r. 1: : are always at your service with promptness, safety and

, to enlarge small holdings, take experience.
over idle crofts, and revive the

: infertile, rocky land. Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator

Helful, too, is the awakening I

., of tourists to the Highlands' { Garcia Funeral HomeP.
charms: rugged mountains and
E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral Director
t. moors, fields of heather, f;oth- 'r L ,
ing streams, deep valleys, indigo- 1 'Y LADY ASSISTANT
" blue lochs, and fingers of sea w _. .. ,

, reaching inland.
Here, for centuries, crofters

have lived simple, self-sufficient

f lives, endowed with dignity and
independence of spirit.

f.y'- Each world crofting of its own.township Told by wasa a If take track for granted

f. judge of a familiar national ijou your

: '" statute, a crofter ,replied, "That

k may be, my lord, but it's not.

f the law in ,our village." its agood A truck that doesn't call for a lot of attention, and cabs, tight tailgates sOme of the

f: The way of life was never i., that just does its job every day, is a great features that help ofare trucks work i:; ,

easy, however. The crofter gen'erally asset. This is the thing most users tell us they longer and bring back more of your investment :
.x I
held the laird's good
;- by trade-in.
like about Chevrolet trucks-their
small of arable If wish had truck that cost
graces, a plot you you a you
: land around his cottage and And this, of course, comes from quality. less thought and attention put your money on ? 'j

shared in common grazings. He Sound engines, strongframes, double-wall quality. Make your neat buy a dependable .,
one insulated cabs bodies Chevrolet truck >
construction separated
housed, clothed, and fed his family ,

: by his own labors; brewedhis

ale and distilled stronger re
F I.
freshment. In most cases, he t'i''- \.
also had to work as a fisherman, .
tweed weaver laborer, postman,

lorry driver, or seaman to make ,.. '. lf.-
. .
ends meet.
.' ,
The system-healthy but feu r

dal-developed in the era when

. all clansmen owed allegiance to Y Auf
the chieftain. Crofting townships

were set up for military, rj
v' political, and economic reasons. .f..f.t'
, The Highlands were rocked tr
" by change in 1745 when Bonnie : L, sir r \.

: Prince Charlie failed in an uprising

against the English

'. throne. Clans were disbanded, :

the tartan outlawed. Security 'r xt B'V
vanished from overcrowded town.

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Shepherds Take Over

Then, in the early 1800's, the
new landlords found profit inS '
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