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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: August 16, 1962
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VOLUME BO., NO. 32 BUNNELL.. FLORIDA THURSDAY AUGUST 16 1962 S2.50. A YEAR.
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Schools NEW APARTMENTS' More Than Two I LIONS VIEW FILM ,
Flagler I School Board
. TO SOON BE READYIn I ON CONSERVATION ,: !

:(S. To Begin Classes an advertisement in The Teams Show Up I John W. Seay presented a filmon Awards LP Gas :

Tribune, Bunnell Apartments, the Salt Water Fish Conser-I ; .

Inc., will have several apart- vation program being carried on
On 28th For First Practice Bid
August ments available about the first I by the state at the luncheon I to Harris" ;

of September. meeting of the Lions Club Tuesday :

tJ, ,Flagler County Schools will They will have four one-bed Twenty-five boys showed up noon. Everyone enjoyedthe Bid for furnishing LP gas..for .f ...

II" .'- :open',for pupil attendance on room 'apartments; two hvo-bedroom for the first Bulldog football I 'Informative program. I Flagler County Schools was

: August 28th. All teachers, will: apartments with Florida practice session at 7 o'clock I L. L. Brannam is serving as. Awarded to Harris Gas Companyfor

r'f'c, report for work on August 20, in roomand; two two bed 'oQm Wednesday morning Coach Bo program chairman this month.I I I the price of 15 cents per gallon 1 k

their individual schools,, Supt. apartments with garage. Manuel said today. He also said I O. C. (Junior: ) Shelton was recognized -. at called meeting of the

; ' Z. D. Holland said today. I The new apartments are of. he expects at least 12 more to I' by club members for school board Tuesday morning. .;

brick and are located between join ranks within the next few I his outstanding, service to the One other bid for furnishing LP j
All students entering Flagler I
County Schools for the first time Bacher and Chapel streets and days. club, and they extended their gas was presented by Greens j

have their fill out also facing Howe Ave. Coach Manuel said they will good 'wishes for success in his I Fuel at 20 cents per gallon. 'i
must
parents
? They are being constructed by continue to hold the two practice new venture. Junior will be i
Assignment forms prior to At the August 7th board meet i
their Pupil enrollment in the school. Dr. J. M. Canakaris. I session-one at 7 o'clock in the moving to Ocala in the near fu !I ing one LP gas bid had been

' , : morning and one at 4 o'clock in J ture where he has purchased a i received at the stated time of,' ,
obtained
These forms may be ; the afternoon.
t super market. 9 o'clock return hour. The bid i
S and filled put in the Pupil As. Coach Manuel reminds the t 1
Masonic LodgeAwards He has served as president of
in the presented by Green's Fuel for
signment Office located public of the advanced sale of I the club and has been activein
addition 17c'was opened and read but no i iaction
In ,
County Courthouse. season tickets for the football civic projects carried on by, taken
Grade was by the Board,
II'S"" all Kindergarten and First BanquetSet
home games. Adult season tick local Lions Club.
I pupils must have had a health I I however, they called Harris Gas
ets are $5.00 and students' tick-
Co. to if had received
see they
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: examination and must present For 4th
Sept. ets are 250. Anyone wishingto
before registering. I a request for bids form. After S
proof of age secure a season ticket ido i
may
must be WW Veterans 10 o'clock Harris Gas Co. presented -
All Kindergarten pupils
Bunnell's Masonic will so by contacting him either I
December 31, Lodge a bid for 16 cents per gallon
five on or before observe its 50th at the school or uptown. Sale
anniversarywith which
II" I was accepted. About
Grade
: 1962. All First pupils Meeting Called
awards the of season tickets will be on until
'be before December an banquet on 4 o'clock in the afternoon the
six
i must 'on or
evening of, September 4, Rufus September 13. The first game i Board came back for a special

31/ 1962. I Miller, lodge 'secretary,. announced of the season will be on September At Flagler BeachA session to rescind their action 1
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buses will make their
The
14. ,
today. and call for new bids for 9 0'
regular runs and pick up students Wiring of the football field
, The banquet will be held in meeting has been called for clock Tuesday morning.A .
at the same time take as last the community center' building, was completed and work on setting all veterans of World War One bid for furnishing the shop i

year. School will in at begnining at 6 o'clock. At/the the lights will begin today. in Flagler county at the recreation equipment for Carver ,High was
8:20 A.M., Tuesday, August 28. The improvements the field
\' banquet certificates and pins 'center at Flagler Beach the awarded to Dunn Hardware and :
"J. The schools' will have an assembly will be presented to members of wjll be completed within: the I evening of Tuesday,'August 21,:I Supply Co. for $752.48. One other t
of stu-
,-. and registration the lodge who have held con- next few days.Checkup. at 730. bid by Harry P. Leu for $807.27was
t.f dents. Buses will'leavefor home tinuous membership for 25 I .
yeaand Clifford E. Gilbert, chief of presented.The
at 11:45 A.M. f*> *
for 50 years. .staff of the organization, and board, voted to advertisefor
; There will be no lunches' ; Miller said that so far as he Is Urged I Harold U. Bond, senior vice com bids for a tractor for the Vocational
, served in the cafeterias on the
can learn, (there are but two,
.- 'mander of Barracks 2542 of Or- Agriculture Department.
1. first day of school. will, I men with 50 years membershipin By Health mond Beach, were in The Tribune Present at the meeting were
Holland said "we Dept.FoPsh1e
,+ Supt. I Bunnell Lodge. They are 1 office and made the announcement. Board Members Roy Likins, Har

-., have a regular' school day( Wednesday -jpearjje j .opdyjSxv;;of. .FlagleBeach' 'I'II I .--Also-they have-an old Emery,-,and W. L. DunsonrMethodist : -" -. ., .
;"...,r :August .29tti and will j(! and J.: J. Gates ,of, San rs -advertisement in this issue of '
: be from 8:20, A.TM.' to 3:40 '1>>,.Me i '
> The Tribune.r
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I' Lunch will be- served In the ford.Mr. I Hold
r of I Moody became a memberof Parents are urged by Dr. J. R. A national organization of > .,!_ .
school cafeterias, price
will be the Masonic Fraternity in Sayers of the Flagler CountyHealth Veterans of World War One has Church School :* *
lunches this thirty ,
year New Smyrna Beach on May 3,
*'" .' Dept. to see that their been in existence for a number
', centsSOc) for all students". 1909, and is also a charter member children have a medical checkup of years, and ,now has many I
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the first Picnic
:;- will be
; Labor Day Sunday
of Bunnell lodge. Mr._ Cates before starting the school year. thousands of members, Mr.

school ,holiday. I became' Mason at Valdosta, illness and poor performance in Bond said. I The First Methodist Church

Ga. May 23, 1906. Miler said school can be prevented in many "Since we are working for all' Sunday School Picnic will be on

there are about 28 members entitled youngsters by a preschool check I II veterans of all wars, especially I'I the Church Lawn at 5:30 Sunday -

r HarrisAppliance; to the 25-year certificatesand I up" said the doctor/ "and, this WW 1, we would like to see a : afternoon, Mrs. Becky Clegg

pins. J applies from kindergarten on I barracks established in Flagler:I said today.A .

E/ Mid-Summer Sale He reminded members that reservations through high school" County," Bond said. basket picnic supper will
I
I for the banquet shouldbe I The answer to "Why cant' Present at the meeting also be served and all members and

V Begins' This A. M. sent to Secretary Rufus Mil Johnny read?" may be that he I will be MrsDorothy Bond, pres. I friends are invited. Each family

'' ler, Flagler Beach, not later I can't see the words so well or ident of, the auxiliary, and :Mrs. is asked to bring a basket sup

f. Harris Appliance Companyhas than August., so that everyone -'I perhaps he doesn't hear the Leona H. Gilbert, past district per and also their own plates

I an entire, four-page section I attending may be serve d.-. teacher as he should. Unspected president of the auxiliary. and eating utensils. Drinks and

ft in this issue of The Tribune. illustrating After the banquet, a meeting small defects can make a cups will be furnished.
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| many appliances in I of the lodge will be held in the big difference in his progress at Sound and Light I Following the supper a fellow.

t: their midsummer sale. I :Masonic Temple, and it is anticipated school and later life. ship hour featuring old fashioned \
The sale begins today and i that number of visi Spectacle Review
f v : a Protective immunization against hymn singing will be en- .
55 run through August 23, from 9 I tors will be present. I polio, diphtheria, tetanus,!I Wednesday, Aug. 15 Joyed. '

: A. M. to 9 P. M., Harris said and .whooping cough, and vaccination -:. :
.': of these appliances are The Sound and Light spectacle
Many against smallpox are I)I J
Sister of Local '
which is being presented in cooperation ASC Committee
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f priced down and are real bargains the best defense against these t ,

t 'Harris declared. He also crippling and killing diseases. with the National Park ,,t!*
Resident Passes I} "
!I Service at Castillo de San Marco Nominees Named
f.; stated that he has on hand a Followup booster shots shouldbe .
*' number of used that National Monument in St. Au-
appliances Away Wednesday obtained at proper intervals,I The election of the ASC Com- -
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gustine opened yesterday, Wednesday
have been taken in on trade
1 and these can be taken care of mitte for Flagler County will 'be
{ that still have many years oft Mrs. Grace P. Guthrie of Orlando at the regular checkup. In many The August 15. . held August 2030. Voting will

useful life. sister ,of Arch Giddens of states this protection is required opening night performance be mall '
in
by as past years. .- .
:' was given for a specially
J- that his Bunri It
He emphasized company passed away August 9 before any student is permitted The following nominees for
t r services: everything and at the Orlando Airforce Base to enter school.Authorities invited group of guests. On ASC Committee
Thursday, August 16, Sound and posts are announced I
anything they sell-very much Hospital' after a long Illness. She emphasize the need
unlike so-called discount houses.He was 56 of ., for Light will be opened to the public : ; I
years age. greater national physical, fitness
and George Clegg, R. W. Cody, Jr., I
performances will be
pointed out that since winter She is survived by her husband especially in our youth. A given R. .W. Deen, Jr., W. W. Deen, Sr., I
is 'approaching, now Is the S-Sgt. Barney B. GuthrJe every evening thereafter,
regular checkup can be an Important A. B. Johnston, D. C. Johnston, !

time to secure brand new air : of Orlando; ,one son, Birley Gid= I step toward maintainingfitness weather If rain permitting.should interfere with J. B. Pellicer, L. O. Robertson, ,
for next summer'suse dens of Orlando two brothers I
conditioners ; and health. Mike Steflik, Louis Steflik, all
at prices that give'one a real I Arch Giddens of Bunnell- and In most cases the child will the opening night preview, the of Bunnell.To .

i saving. I Sterling Giddens of Bushnell; receive' a clear bill of health performance will be given on be elected are three regular :
the first clear
The Harris Appliance Company four grandchildren of Groveland. which is always good news. In scheduled evening followingthe members and two alternates .
> is locally owned and all Also surviving are a number others opening date.
'I an unsuspected condition who will serve for one year, beginning :
l- owners, managers, and employees of neices and nephews<<: which Include I I may be discovered and taken Opening night performances October 1, 1962. '
will be 8
given at and 9:45
r live here, contributing to the Mrs. Frances Arnold of care of before it becomes seri ion the p.m. Questions on eligibility to vote'
southwest
bastion
of the
: .* suport of government, schools, Bunnell. !l ous. Castillo. and to hold office will be determined -

ti churches, civic organizations,and Funeral services were held]|I Dr Sabers urges parents not by the current county \,

t'-, other worthwhile Institutions. Sunday at the Gant Lake Baptist f+ wa't until the last.. minute committee, subject to appeal to
\ ..Church in Webster with the !*"* "''-* -
-18 nd clinics are A nation deprived of liberty I the state committee.

If you wish for reputation and'.Rev Clifford Greshm.ofpciating.. -- :r-c!. iav sin 'It, a nation divided Generally, an eligible voter
fame in the world ,and success''' Inerment followed ** :"." } r'" '
k "-o.r--: J .. u.ltebut a nation whose must be a bona fled farmer or
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1 during yor lifetime, ,you are ser Cemetery. ..._. t .,. --nr: '.l" -csources are destroyed I| farm owner who Is eligible' toI -
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right to take every opportunityof : -' "tihl-r pav the penalty I take part in one or more of theprograms
advertising yourself. read"a': k ...
.. .. .. ''eTrad-'tlon and dePinchot.. administered by the
Oscar Wla" ready toner ..S i .' )* .'?< : -1 :.<, !''" : : r a i ; .' :LJ:sft-d County ATS Committee.
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i =.' PAGE TWO THE- FLAGLER TRIBUNE), BUNNELL, FLORIDA. Thursday, August 16;: 1962
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: Wing 2 per cent behind 1961. cent through May:of this
lCO State's year
[ SPOKTS E EBy Si SiArt Economy Nationally, farm income movedup ,over 1961 but are still Bunder

2 per cent. the comparable periods of both
. Tllman W. Robinson ;
;, NOTES 'a meeting In the courthouse IFirst Six Months "New business incorporations 1960 and 1959." .

in Florida were 9 per cent aheadof I

b By Leslie Pache Flagler last Wednesday county landowners, a groupof I: Shows Upswing I II 1961 at midyear but June SPECIAL CAMERA i

registered a 7 cent drop, the![
f.
per
: '- REBELS 0 INDIANS and officials agreed to ,let the: SPOTS TROUBLE I
first this According
: monthly drop -
u.s. .Soil Conservation Service roundedout year.
'. Florida's
economy
WIN LEAGUE OPENER
t I to Dun and Bradstreet, A compact mehanical eye-devised
1/ proceed with flood preventionand the first six months of this
' the number of Florida firms to spot the kinks in traffic
" Shelton Barber's Rebels won drainage plans on the Haw I year on the upswing, the Florida '
' the opening game of the midsummer Creek Watershed.The State Chamber of Commerce failing during the first six and industrial situations-is
:w baseball midget league. I months of this year was down being developed by industrial .
I
. 'headed by Flagler reports.
group
engineers at the
The Rebels beat Wilfred Hunt- 20 per cent."Construction University of
I Soil Conservation District Chair "Although principal indicators Florida.
r.' er's Yankees 73.., The Rebels I man R. W. Deen Jr., ,and County show a definite perkiness," 'the of all types The "eye" is a designed .
specially
broke up a 3.3 (tie in !the top showed a 6 per cent gain in
Commission Chairman JohnA. trade body said, it cautioned camera with
, of the sixth with four hits and! dollar value in Florida duringthe unique
-' Clegg, unanimously agreed "that there are still some soggy' : buiht-In components 'of
t \ two walks. First sacker Earl I' first half of this year, Just capable
that the Haw Creek area isseriously' spots which should be watched automatically
?,> kRlce"had' a two bagger to knock I In need of improve- continuously." i under the national, figure. However largeareas' of photographing and '.
in three runs. The second game, the number new housing men ma-
"., ment to prevent flooding and I "Over-all business activity chines at work, thus pinpointing
' found the Indians over the] outlets. units, both single and multiple,
provide drainage through June this as costly inefficiencies and unsafe
year
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in Florida still down.
,, White Sox 9-2 Joe Kelly's Indians : are
Under the plan, a majorityof measured by sales tax collections practices in business and in-
s' pitching overpowered Till- Through May, the drop was 6
i the construction and engineering 11 cent over dustry.
I was up per
man Robinson's White Sox. I II III per cent compared with a na
would be of last
paid they
expenses same period year
I.I.t tional gain of 11 per cent. Recorded
by the Federal Government un I and custom collections gained
;r' JACKY McCABE TO. I mortgages secured by Subscribe to The Flogler Tribune
der the Watershed Protectionand 17 cent. Gasoline sales increased I I I I
per .
: ASSIST SPORTS CORNER I Florida homes are, up 15 per S2.SO A Year In Advance
Flood Prevention Act, while 6 per cent comparedwith ,..
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r, Jacky McCabe, son of Mr. and the local sponsors are respons a 5 per cent national gain. .,

!, Mrs McCabe, will assist me this ible for easements and rightsofway. Bank debits in Florida increased

-. coming football season 'coveringthe I 8 per cent, somewhat below the CRAIG FUNERAL HOME

games. The meeting was conductedby i J10 per cent national gain.

Jacky is quite .a sports alma- D. H. Esry, soil conservation "Non-farm employment in the A. XL CRAIG. Funeral Director

nac. Talking with Jacky he service, head of watershed plan I'state stood 5 per cent over 1961 ... JOHN HARDIN, Associate '

knows his sports and we will ning in Florida. by mid-June of this year, com

try to give better coverage of Flagler SCD Cooperator R. W.I pared with a 3 per cent national AIR LADY OXYGEN

the St Johns Conference, in Deen, Jr., has recently completed I increase. Every category of CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED I

cluding the Bunnell teams, ,var construction on a ,drainage ditch employment, including construction ATTENDANT AMBULANCES

sity and Junior varsity. We will on his farm in the Bimini area. I showed gains in Florida. I .

, have our first stories when football He also plans to install 24 pipe "Not so fortunate were Florida - Phone ID 7-3532

i. practice starts. structures draining into the ditchto I farmers whose cash incomeI I
201 E. MOODY BLVD BUNNELL. FLORIDA
JUNIOR VARSITY SCHEDULE prevent erosion. I through May of this year is run .

, Sept.. 25---Crescent- City-. Away . _...___.n H H H_ __.u.__ .
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Oct. 25-Hastings Home \ ,
" Oct. 9-Crescent City Home f. },3.,
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Oct 16-Hastings Away ... F ,t.or'it -
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Oct. 25-Keystone Hts. Away .' '' .y., \ 'j

Oct. 30-St Joseph ,Home s ; . I,.. "'i 1 ,:jo
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INDIANS WIN .-. ':0 tl
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SECOND STRAIGHT GAME ,; I '
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'Joe Kelly's Indians defeated '
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Shelton Barber's' Rebels 5-4 Sat "
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urday morning. . :" .,..; 'i
Benny Geller had a single anda '1 0..,', ..4Y ,
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double. Earl Rice had f
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double for the Rebels. Jimmy f ..' ,_ r :.. .T
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Harper had two hits
a single '; tr I
and a double.In f

the second game, Tillman 4v
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Robinson, White, Sox, scored
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three runs in the fourth inning .. .' .' \
to break a 1.1 tie to go out and .
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win 4.1 over Hunter's Yankees. % 4 j
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SEVILLE TO RECEIVE :; yN CROWN f

TROPHIES TONIGHT ,

Seville, champs of the City i

Softball,, League, will meet the ,, ,
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First Baptist Church team tonight {
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at 8, o'clock. : : t:. J

Johnny Rodgers, batting champof .. "', '

the league, will receive his . .

trophy and, too, pictures, of Seville l

city'champs will1 be taken. i is
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'will'be 1 : H
Seville. This the final f i

game o'tthe Softball season in :.. fi. k '.<.. :,

.- Bunnell. Game time is 8 P. M. iR ::.R l:; ... .

\ If the progress of the lights will .
be completed by tonight the C S

} Softball field will be completely

, lit up.

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Thursday August 16, 1962 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE "I"IJ

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free, private enterprise system. .. ,

J t,It is PRIVATE, not public spend- I

.I ing that builds, our. industrial SHELTON'S"The .
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.II.II I economy, expands 1.t., into new
fields and develops more,job opportunities I Friendliest Store in
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i'I, with continuity of I Town"
employment. I e .

M1t.. I
I'j The way to encourage Shop at Shelton's for theFinest \ -.

I spending_ is to adopt tax policies I Meats Anywhere .-
I which will allow private capital :
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to get out and go to work ex- / .
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panding the production of new ,
TOP VALUE STAMPS 4
goods and services and putting '.
more people to work and to ,.;
A.S. (Syd) Herlong I buy GET A
Congressman: Filth District these goods and services. FREE SILVER DOLLAR :

Any tax reduction at this session The. present tax system does With the Purchase of an Armour's Fully Cooked :":
.of Congress is extremely un just the opposite. It stranglesthe

likely.As, .a member of the tax-writ enterprise.economy We and must stifles reform private our CANNED HAM 4LB. $$449 ;
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ing House Ways, and :Means basic tax structure with realistic,
Committee, I. can testify that non-confiscatory rates that will CANLimit
even minor revisions in our Federal allow business and industry to
tax structure ,cannot bet expand.. And most importantly, One to a Customer ,1'

t done overnight. We are I' hope do this 'under a fiscal policy '
nearing the close of this session that will allow the balancingof Flavor' AgedBoneless .

and .the work the tax our national budget on the
.; on revisions -
which the President .basis of our needs, and cut out Chuck Roast lb. 69* MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE <

asked for early in his administration this spree of spending on every !
still is rot) completedd.The whim the social do-gooders can
House has passed the bill come up with. The President and World's Best

but it now seems likely that this the Secretary of the Treasury

will be about the last of the have endorsed in principle the HAMBURGER,3Ibs. $139 S
major bills before it that the sort of tax reform I have pro- '
posed. It's time we with ,
Senate will act on. got on
It. Legs Breasts with Ribs Thighs '
This is by no means a major 'J
'., tax reform but it has taken, .the ;
better part of two years to get FRYER PARTS LB. 49*

. \ as far as it has. The major tax ATTENTION .1 IB. 47 .
reform which it is universally
LOT OWNERS
agreed, is so 'sorely needed will, Thriftway CAN j

off in-Congress.my until opinion the next have session to be put of Sliced Bacon, 1 lb. Cello 59* -1;


Any "quickie"; proposal fora Limit .One with $5.00 or . I
tax cut,-would face extremely Flavor Aged
rough going, in this Congress. In More Food Order

. view of legislation now pending -- ONLY $34' 40* BEEF SHORT RIBS Ib. 39? S 'r 11

t for nearly $8 billion in new, Monthly; .
domestic' social expenditures, FOR ONLY 12 YEARS I
and an estimated $3 to $5 bil- r WITH =; : : Copeland's 11

_, lion budget deficit, it would be <=i INSIDE 1 TEMPTING FRESH PRODUCE : '
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extremely irresponsible from a I I FINISHINGMATERIALS IItjji PURE 'LARD 3 ?,. Jar 49C- ,
Vine Ripe
fiscal standpoint. Y* "j
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There just isn't any S sort cut $ ..JfOMATOF.8'p 15C Shurnne .. '
to tax reform and those irresponsible j 3 iii! AVAILABLEAT i iir. j oun d ." it

>*.. enough to try one ; :r l tJ=12t i'qz:::;fj1 Sweet '- .. ;"''.', FLOUR 5 Lb. Bag .., 39C 1""rx I
r would, I'm sure;soon find them- EXTRA COSTS " '" '
: '., selves 'mired in_ a mess. witches 100 amp.and electrical outUts wiring with RED GRAPES Pound l;: : : .y< ,k.+' .19C Limit One .: ::1

Our national debt is a monstrous Ugh fixtures 11
'. Oyptom wallboard (W) Red Part 303 Can ,
monument to the silly notion Juicy Ripe ,
! 3 bath include tub,
piece set 1'1
-. that all we have to do to lavatory and cammed1 RED PLUMS 29C CUT GREEN BEANS M10Cea
reach an economic Utopia is to DovbU sink with kitchen cabinet Pound ., J1
dollars 30 gal.dbl..lemont''water heater, I In
' spend billions of tax slat lined with 10 year warranty Limit Three 41
" that we don't have on things we .*2V/baie maiding n
don't need, or at least we can All inside doors
| get alon '' very well without. codes Price may and vary transportation according costs.to local 1

J There .1 ij one heartening aspectI EVIP.CAN .1
to the'/Icture. All this talk MILK Each 10

. about af tax cut has, I believe, ,
' brought to Members of Congressa
new awareness to the need for -
,* Limit 4 cans with $3.00 or more food order. .
curbing reckless and Irresponsible JIM WALTER CORP.P. .
f.: spending. I don't think this .
O. Box 782 -'\ \-, 'II 4
t. has permeated to the fat.flung PALATKA, FLORIDA Food King :. .' ,.
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t, bureaucracy of the Executive Phone EA 55971 All Purpose OLEO \ -< .. 29C :,
tr Branch. After all, by the very 2 Pounds ",A: .. ?
s
i: nature of the beast, bureaucracy JIIt VEGETOLE "j :

: feeds gluttonously at the trough Stokely's 303 can 1
, of Federal tax dollars. Any .. '
'. change in the habits. of bureaucracy Shortening APPLE SAUCE 2 for 25c '
'i'':, I would be too much to 'expect. ;
;.. 75 FREEI I j
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Dart
,
lt-" An example of the new domestic I '
S- social spending now proS TOP VALUE STAMPS 3 lb. ;; CANNED DRINKS : ': 49C ..

, posed is the $900 million public with the purchase of 49 6 for ,

I works acceleration bill on I Any Kind CANI I
which the House will vote short- Ladies' Hose I Sealtest Fresh
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:' ly. This mind you, is an ad- Coupon Expires 8-18-62 .-
-,' i ditlon. to the annual omnibus Limit One with $5.00 HALF GALLON JAfc
.. ,, _
m "" = 353553 MILK .
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:: public works bill estimated to or More Food Order \ 43 ,
cost between $3 and $5 billion. GLASS JIG ,

.Y, The passage of this public works 25 FREE Plus S j'
.. Deposit
bill could
acceleration trigger a
TOP VALUE STAMPS 1
= long list of spending bills which Libby's Frozen 6 oz. Can American Beauty 303 Can j
:. would doom any tax cut in the with the purchase of C

has been proved, time and Instant Coffee

K time again, that public spend Coupon Expires 8-18-62 I
. ,' ing doesn't stimulate the eccon- Quantity Rights
Ffffc>lfciiirjat :EftilJJ3a
't, ,omy-that we can't lift ourselves I '
; ;k by'our own bootstraps. It only 5OFREE M1t)1 Reserved
t:,:' results in budget'' deficites-and .
';. deflcts, whether they be in the Prices Good
,
TOP VALUE STAMPS ,
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; _, famlly'budget' or ':- budget, are just plain irrespons-' With $5.00 or more Aug. 16-17-18, 1962SHELTON

.:'t>Y ible. Food order t SUPERMARKET Store Hours 1
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'. and this Coupon at
';;' The only acceptable way to
; '..-.. strengthen our economy is to SHELTON'S GROCERY k\; \ Week 8a.m.-6:45p.m i

: adopt. policies, that will support '
' Coupon '8-18-62 Sat. 8 a.m.-9:00 p.m." :
Expires BUNNELL
FLORIDA
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I, LIKINS-NORMANDINWEDDING Mrs. Harry Treadwell gave thedevotional I z -'J

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treasurer reports were given by I
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COPELAND TENDER SMOKEDPICNICS
The wedding plans ot' Miss Miss Emily Gage and Mrs. Fred ,
,,; Sharon Diane Likins to Mr. Joseph Marks.
\i... Robert Normandin set for Membership. chairman, Mrs POUND
f Saturday, August 18 at St. Bernie Wilson, introduced two 29
: Stephens Church, Bunnell, have i new members, Mrs. Roger Hoose I
been postponed until a later I and Mrs. William Givings.

date.. Mrs. Frank ,Reynolds
Postponement of the wedding ed the program, assisted present-I : Palm River Sliced Breakfast
plans was made due to the over Antonio Martnez and .
JIFFY STEAKS
seas assignment with the U. S. Elisia. Hostesses were Mrs. c.t POUND or 1 O
Army received by Mr.. Norman H.Martin and Mrs.Leonard John BACON 49 VEAL PATTIES, Each
din. son, assisted by Mrs. Bernie Wil-

Visiting with !Iir. and Mrs son.Holy Communion will be ob.1|I I *
Fresh Boston Butt
Copeland's Famous Smoked
. served during the regular wor
A. G. Jones is their/ daughter,

L I Mrs.dren, Ben Gina Savoia and Ricky and,two of Salis chil ship at 10:30 service a. m.Sunday, according, August to Rev.R. 19,. Pork Roast LO 49< Sausage POI"!liD! 49*

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bury, N.C. N. Hoover, minister. Church
__ school time is 9:30 a. m. The
.. Rev. and Mrs. O. A. Radford worship time will be changedto
t have returned to Charlotte, N.C., 11:00 ,a. m. beginning Sep BAKERITEShortening.
11 after a 15-day vacation here.They tember 2nd.
also visited here with Mrs. 'The Men's Club met Monday
Radford's brother and sister in night with Leonard' Johnson \%: 39'
law, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Babbitt. presiding. Plans were made for i
I a Pancake Breakfast on September

\ Mr:, and Mrs. Jimmy Hargett, 22nd at 7 a.. m. to 1 p. m. Limit One -$5.00 or More Food Order
Mrs. Frank Crotty, and Mrs. Mae Mrs. Reynold' Hoover showed ,
Hendren visited at Swan Lake, slides ,of Mexico, the Smokey FOLGER'SCOFFEE
\ near Keystone Heights, Friday Mountains of Tennessee and .',
with Mrs. Hargett's sister, Mrs. North Carolina, California, the.
Christine Deal, and family, Grand Canyon, Western United P0cr D. 39'
States, Nassau and pictures of ,
Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. 1.A. the building of a new church
I Babbitt over the weekend included from clearing of the land until Limit One-$5.00 or More Food Order '
Mr. Babbitt's mother, the building was completed.The .
Ms. W.A. Babbitt, his brother, next meeting will be an 32 oz. Whitfield's Fresh Kosher DillPICKLES .
Earl Babbitt, and two sisters,:;outdoor hamburger fry at Ly-
i Mrs. Irene Bollinger and Miss man Gage's ,home and ,the .program 3
Addle Babbitt, all from Augusta,I I life. wilt Sa pictures on wild z29<

Georgia. I, Jar

: Spending a week with Mr. Visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Jack ,Meekins is 'their! 1 J. A. Babbitt Sunday were Mr. MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANTCoffee" ,
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daughter, Mrs. M. S. Moore, and. and Mrs. James Richbourg of St. :
two children, Laura and Matt, Augustine 'Mrs. Carrie Tread : 60ZJAR D
from Kinston, N. C. well, Mrs., Curtis Cannon and
'daughter Ruby, of Palm Beach.
I 10 OZ. JAR $1.19
Mrs. May Hendren had as her Mrs. Treadwell is Mr. Babbitt's
guests over the weekend Mr. aunt, and Mrs. Richbourg is his -
and Mrs. Frank Crotty and Mrs.Loyde .I cousin. Royal PinkSALMON 12 oz. LaRuta-Fine with Cabbage


Florida,Gordon Mr. ;and of Mrs.Castleberry, Jimmy,i I Visiting with Mr. and Mrs: 1Ib 69< CORN BEEF 39: *

Hargett from Bunnell, Mrs. Ann Henry Shill during the weekendwas CAD ,
Beebee,, from Miami, Mrs. Shyla her sister, Mrs. Ellen Jennings
Deal from North Miami Beach, of Orlando.
and Mrs. Deolia Ervin, Mrs. Lee f
oz. All FlavorsJELLO Macaroni and Cheese Kraft
McGuffy and Lyde Bowden, all Tony Bradoc returned to his
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from Daytona Beach. home Monday ,after receiving : 3 PKGS. 2 FOR
medical treatment: at the Holly 25 DINNER
Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Moody and Hill Hospital. I
son, Howard, and, daughter,
Nancy visited with Mr. Moody's Brenda Babbitt has returnedto 1 I
sister, Mrs.. J. A. Babbitt, Satur the home of her parents here Size 300 Van Camp's Mae Da 303Tomatoes I IPorkBeansfor$100
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day while returning from a vacation after visiting in South Bend, Ind.
in Daytona Beach. with her grandparents for six 6
weeks. She was accompaniedhome : 69
METHODIST CHURCH NEWS by her aunt, Janet Sue FOR I
The Womans Society of Chris Burkholder, who will remain fora
tiara Service met last Thursdaywith short visit with the Billy Babbitt I
Mrs. Keith Lovell presiding. family. 19 oz. Pepperage Farm Large Fresh Crisp Head 1

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PETERSON TEXACO : PAL PARKER'S. INC. Chocolate CAKE 59* Lettuce Z 29* t
SERVICE Automotive Specialty Center FAQ \;
BRAKES RELINED EI5.95P
:ROAD SERVICE n r. AND LABOR
Light Mechanical Work F'OnDCIiF.YItoLETPLYDIONTIIOTIIEn '18.85
Phone 437-3<<1 Bunnell 540 :Mason Ave. Daytona 9 oz. Mr'f G Krinkle Cut French Fried Red Ripe


Potatoes PKG.( 10 1 Tomatoes 2 us 39* .


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i ,Thursday, -August--- . 16, 1962- THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL,. .'FLORIDA'.- -. -- ._ - ._-. PAGE FIVE
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I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baker and 2,4-D Amine, 2,4,5-T, and So-

daughter, Karen visited :Mrs. Cites ControlOf dium Arsenite. ,'

Baker's aunt Mrs. Robert De- Chemicals used for hyacinth

loach, in Statesboro, Ga., recent HyacinthsA control are generally mixed witha

i i ly. They also vacationed in carrier fluid, either an oil-

I Waynesville, N. C. and other total of 12,685 acres of hya- base mixture or water. Under

points of interest in the area. cinths and other noxious vege- normal operations, one gallon

tation was brought under control of chemical is mixed with one \

I Mrs. Bert Harding and daughters t during the first six monthsof hundred gallons of carrier fluid

STRICKLANDREVELSThe I I Visiting here with Mrs. Nell Joan and Gloria, were visiting 1962 by the Hyacinth Con- and applied by spray pumps.

Allen last week was her sister, I in Jacksonville with the trol Division of the Game and

engagement and of Miss approaching Lila Burroughs of Brunswick,'Ga. Richard Harding family last Fresh Water Fish Commission, \

marriage She,will visit in Miami with her week. according to A. D. Aldrich, di-
Betty Jo Revels to Mr. Marvin Snake Proof :
son for some time and return rector.
Russell Strickland has been an- I
for a stay with Mrs. Allen. During the six months period
nounced by her mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Robertson
and' from January 1 to June 30, BootsWe
R. B. Revels of Bunnell.He _children have returned from per-
I Mr. and Mrs. William Atkinson sonnel of the Hyacinth Control
visit in Colorado
is the son of Mrs. M. C. a Ft. Morgan, ,
Strickland of Ormond Beach and are on a trip to Canada I with her sister and also a sightseeing Division, operating eleven airboat Have 'Em

and a visit to the Worlds Fair, Arizona crews and one airplane,
trip through and
the late M. C. Strickland.
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\ returning by California and the I other points of interest.. sprayed a total of 5,820 gallonsof 18 Inch Length

For the 'past two years Miss southern route. They expect toi I chemicals to effect a kill of TAN COLORWATERPROOF

Revels has made her home with visit with his son, ?Mose whiles. i> Miss Arline Sakmar and"Miss hyacinths on 75 bodies of waterin

Dr. and Mrs. Perry A. Sperber they are away.FRIENDLY 33 counties in Florida.In .
j Diana Knight of Pittsburgh STRAP and BUCKLE
while attending the Daytona addition to normal .
i Pa.,> arrived for a visit here with hya-
Beach Junior College. CIRCLE cinth control FASTENERS
'I' operations, person-
Diana's parents Mr. and Mrs.
She served as president of MEETS WITH nel of the division LIMITED QUANTITY
I spent 2,345
.J. H. Jr.
I McKnight, They plan
Phi Sigma Sosority, sweetheart MRS. WILLIAM DEEN hours in
clearing log jams and Sturman's
'to
; I return to Pittsburgh during
of Phi Lamda fraternity and a
Mrs. William Deen and Mrs.'the weekend to reside. other underwater obstructionsfrom
I r member of the student government will hostesses at rivers
Edith Allen be 'I Miss McKnight will teach in- and waterways to Department Store
She is now employed at Circle provide'maximum
I. the Friendly meeting on strumental music in Whitehall boating pleas-
Carol's Dress Shop. She is the Thursday nIght. I ures in Florida. Bunnell, Florida
suburb of and Miss
a Pittsburgh,
,f daughter of Mrs. R. B. Revels of The meeting will be at the Chemicals used to control the
technician
L Bunnell and the late R. R. Rev- Deen home and the social will Sakniar is a labatory hyacinths and other noxious
: at a hospital there. Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune
t else be a poolside party. Members vegetation are 2,4-D Ester and
Mr. Strickland was graduated $2.50 A Year In Advance
to bring their suits
j' are requested and Mrs. J. M. Jr.
! in I Mr. Arnold ,
from Bunnell High School with them. .,
and children last"week-
1955. He farms and ranches ,in spent

Flagler County where they will HARRY ATKINSONS end in Baxley, Ga., visiting
relatives. They also spent several 24 HourWrecker
reside. i
ENTERTAINED WITH
days in Orlando with Mrs. Service
The wedding will be a candlelight POOLSIDE PARTY _
Arnold's uncle, S-Sgt. Barney B.
service at the First Baptist
i Mr. and Mrs. Harry Atkinson

W t- Church of Bunnell on September entertained with a poolside Gutherie: I Flagler Truck & Tractor Co

22 at 8 P. M. A reception will party and cookout at the Atkinson Bill
I Mr. and Mrs. Bowers and ,
follow in the church parlors. home Old Satur-
on Dixje MASSEY-FERGUSON
children, Billy and Elizabeth,
No invitations will be sent
\, I I day evening. have returned to Baxley, Ga., Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
but friends of the couple and Enjoying their hospitality
but friends and families of the'I after a week here visiting with Phone ID 7-3242
" 'were Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Peavy, VIRGIL DECKER
relatives. He is the of Mrs.
son !
couple are invited to attend j!I Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Rodgers, Mr. A. Wells. Owner Bunnell, Florida

both the wedding and the reS and Mrs. Hubert Pellicer, and A.

ception. '. Mr. and Mrs Walton Kinney. I
Rev. and Mrs. William Spicer NOTICE:
Jr., and children have returned Notice Is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of
Hollis Derry left Saturday for 'Lisa and'Lyna Knight enjoyeda Flagler County. Florida will meet on Tuesday August 28, 1962 at
from a visit in Bristol, Tenn, 8 P. M. for the purpose of hearing complaints or objections to adoptionof
Wadsworth, Ill., where he will slumber party with Eula Lee and Bristol, Va. with relatives.Mrs. the county budget for the. ensuing fiscal year ..
i visit with his brother in law and Moody Monday and Tuesday JOHN Board of A. County CLEGG Commissioners Chairman .

sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank .Kaiser nights. They also enjoyed swim Flagler County Florida .
Dewey Jones has returned ATTEST ,"
and other relatives and ming and fishing during the day. to her-home here from Palm 'E. A. SMYTHE, Clerk
friends$?** "*4 5-b -. r Board -of County Commissioners -r yt .
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.&. r- < Beach where she was called by Flagler County. FloridaTENTATIVE
.. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Creal
rl. ..
;- the illness and death of her BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING
Moody left Wednesday and children have returned to
Bebej stepmother, Mrs. Harry Wickle. I SEPTEMBER SO, 1863
for a visit in Washington, Dt C. their 'home here after a vaca- GENERAL FUND ,

with his brother, Miles Moody. i tion in Waynesville N. C.J ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS
Mrs. Joseph Harding left' last Taxes 0.9 mills on assessed valuation of 8221168.00 $ 7399.05

week for 'a visit with relativesin Racing Commission -- ........-,-,.,-._...... 132500.00
Beverage Licenses. ... ._ --. -. -.. 2200.00
Kenosha, Wis. Drivers Licenses 1000.00
THE Miscellaneous Revenues ..?.____..., 2383.00

TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS 145.482.05
Less 5% 7274.10
Check Child's Health _

138207.95
Anticipated Cash Carry-over. .... 13000.00
Before School StartsYour
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS and BALANCES _$151,207.95

child can be unhealthyand ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES V

J not know it and this coulddo Anticipated Total General Expenditures r -t .-- ... .$ 97664.00
; Race Track Receipts to Board of Public Instruction I". 46,000.00
'at 1 him or her a great deal of Reserve General I"'und'.y...:.,"" -..",'"..- '7,543.95

harm in school, the State Boardof '
,', 151207.95
I Health says.
S S "It is important" I ROAD AND DRIDGE FUND .
especially
ESTIMATES OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS
t $600 A MONTH AFTER 65. .,' .. said Dr. L. L. Parks; director of Taxes 2.5 mills on 8221168.00 ,_...._..... ,.,,..,:_,,,.$ 20552.92
Gasoline and Fuel Taxes ,..._.______:,...,...... 57.150.00
( HE RUNS A SMALL MOTEL the Bureau of Maternal and

TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS .)._. ......._........;.,.....,.....__$\77,702.93
Child "to have
I ROGER B. Farley has gone found good-and bad-about his Health, a physical Less 5% ........--.--..._ 3885.14
motel business after motel retirement: examination if the child is'
$ 73817.78
his retirement. He's doing pretty It's not good for a wife becauseshe starting to school for the first Anticipated Cash Carry-over _. --- -- --- .---.....,... J..__.. .. 21000.00
t. well at it. have social time the'child
can virtually no because might TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS & BALANCES .,,-..._.-.._.._.,..* 94817.78
"I'm coming out, on the average life. People don't like to come have certain defects which could
I, with about $600 a month in- visiting you in a motel home. And, ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES' ... '
seriously affect the start of his Salaries Supervisor and Guard .... ,. _
--- -m--- $ 8.30000
addition confined.It's
he
come, says.uln at best, quarters are Free Labot --'_ 0.32,000.00: .
I there's free housing because the a gay, interesting place learing. Maintenance Build igs & Equipment '. ......,........._..L 9000.00
wife and I live in the motel." when business is good;. very "Parents should have the Materials and Supplies ___-.-...; !_....- +.._.,.....,.,...,... 20500.00
New EquipmentCare .
.' Mr. Farley's motel is located lonely when it's not child's sight and hearing checked of Convi ts -0 ....13000.00 6300.00
beside a roaring expressway in There is a vast number of little immediately. Many children Miscellaneous Expenditures __. ..... 1.450.00
f northeast Georgia. He chose that things to do in running a motel, make low grades-and suffer Reserve Ro...d and Bridge Fund __ 4267.18

general area because the first 30 not many big ones. Cheap labor $ 94,817.78
years of his life were spent there. can perform most of the tasks, embarrassment-.because they

The next 35 years all with the such as housekeeping, laundryand can't hear the teacher's ques- ESTIMATE OF REVENUES FINE AND AND FORFEITURE RECEIPTSS FUND

same company, were spent in buying light bulbs and cheap tions or see the blackboard well 1.0 Mills on $8.221.168.00 __.__...-------0_ .$ 8,221.1C

New Orleans St. Louis.- Chicago labor is available in the South.Repair enough. Often the child doesn't Racing Fines and Commission Forfeitures . _. _._ ,..._._ ._ 7500.00

and New York."I jobs are numerous and realize what is wrong and will Miscellaneous Receipts-....-._. ...-,,-.-,._. , __ ..:...,....?-. 43000.00 100.00:
felt an urge to come back constant but usually minor ones.
be bewildered and frustrated
home when I retired last year. Idon't A fellow who likes tools can enjoy TOTAL ESTIMATED. RECEIPTS -- 5g--821 5
know why-I feel no more at because of It., Often parents Less 5'% . ....._-,,,.. 2941.06

home here than I would in Seattle. this.A man who has had a fairly blame low grades on inattentionof $ 55,880.10

Too many changes in 35 years. good job must learn to accept a the child or lack of will or Anticipated Cash Carry-over --+ MM, ,? L .. 2000.00

I'm a stranger in a strange land. role similar to a servant's, if the mental ability when the trouble TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES AND ,RECEIPTS _- $' 57880.10
Still I'm happy enough with it. motel is a small one, because he ESTIMATED -
really lies with the or EXPENDITURES -
And I like the South .** is serving the public directly and eyes Salaries -Sheriff. Deputies and Assistants ?# > i
Mr. Farley intended to live in in a business where many basic ears. Sheriffs Expenses other than salaries '-- 31,100.00 15:300:0J: :
leisure with his pension. But he problems of living are involved.He Dr. Parks said the child should Sheriffs Conviction Reserve Fees : 3440.00

says he got bored and, in turn must be prepared to tote over also have a dental checkup in Miscellaneous Expenses--, ,.. 1t...,. 5000.00
Reserve ._..... ..., .. -.r.,
; 2,040.10
made his wife unhappy. He turned some bathroom supplies when a addition to routine vaccinations."And ---

1 to the' motel business partly be- customer calls for them, get acustomer's while you're at it," he
cause be thought it would be suit pressed, can a $ 57880.10
,I' pleasant and easy, and partly be- doctor for his baby help him start said, "it might do no harm to ESTIMATED FLAGLER UECEU-rs.COUNTY JIEALTJI DEPARTMEXT.

cause he had been somewhat fitted his car. have a physical yourself if it's Taxes 1.6 mlll --on 8221168.00

for it by his working career. He A man can't keep his wife in- been some time since you had Less 5% r- -- J -,$ 13,153.86. 657.89 '" ";

had been'supervisor of real estate : sulated from the business even the last one." '

I holdings for his company over the if he wants to. Too many timeshe $' 12.496.17

last '20 years. And among those is occupied elsewhere when a ASSESSED MILLAGE LAST YEAR 6.00
I Temper gets in trouble. ASSESSED MILLAGE
you THIS YEAR 6.00
holdings at times, had been a new customer checks in, or an
couple of small hotels. old one complains. In a one-man Pride.keeps you there. EAST FLAGLER MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT.

I Here is what Mr. Farley has operation she has to step in. -Anonymous. Taxes August- 16 3.5-mills Itc on U.71.nO.OO $ 13.900.84I .

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.geia edt c1a the land three or four weeks I j seed coat. Camellia seedlings I camellias until after flowering I l!I Subscribe to The F:ogler Tribune J#S\

,, before planting time. Rework I I make excellent stocks for grafting - next spring.IN : $2.50 A Year In Advance -, -11;

the soil to secure a fine, firm those choice varieties you I .
( Ben --Sharp i
.' By y I seedbed. At least 10 days before like. I THy CIRCUIT COURT SE-I IN SEVENTH TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ,,--61

Plants are like people -they i planting,' work in the fer ,i EXTlPjUDICIAL! IN AND FOR JUDICIAL FLAGLEH CIRCUIT COU.. r I'':(
I IN AND FOR TilE COUNTY OF
Trim hibiscus if they are getting 1'Y. FLORIDA. LAW ':-1'
NO. 872
like a vacation. I tilizer. The amount and kind .FLAGLER STATE OF FLORIDA STATE ROAD (
DEPARTMENT
Ornamentals can't go to the will depend on the soil. On I straggly. Trimming the leg- I IX CIIA- CEItY.MAE BANKS CASE NO. ,4492DTJROTHY OF FLORIDA an Agency of .,
I' I the State of_ Florida ;
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beach or to the mountains, so sandy soil try up to four poundsof I! gy branches forces new growth : Plaintiff.vs and t
and stimulates flower - DIVORCE FLAGLER COUNTY "
I they are content to sit at home 1 a good garden fertilizer per ProduC-j' ANDREW BANKS Subdivision of- the a State Political of P' j

tion. But don't trim r, Defendant. Florida,
'-I quitely while you are away. 100 quare feet of soil. I I NOTICE TO APPEAR Petitioners.HATTiE '"

They enjoy a vacation fI'Cm' TAX EQUALIZATION MEETING : THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: a. }

over-care. Manures are excellent for gar- Notice Is hereby given that the I ANDREW Residence Unknown BANKS M. BOWKLEY. et al.. f

dens but are not a complete 1962 Tax Roll for Flagler County I YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, NOTICE OF RULE Defendants.NISI '1 31
"
is now open for Public inspection I that a suit for divorce has been NOTICE OF EMINENT
Plants need rest after being fertilizer. The best buy for your at the office of D. D. Moody Tax I filed against you in the above PILOCEEDINGSs DOMAIN ;;43

tourtured with the shears, rootsI money is a fertilizer that con- Assessor during regular office I entitled cause and you are hereby AUTHOR NAME. AND BY THE ,c4
hours. required to serve upon Plaintiff'sAttorney OF THE STATE OF >
chopped on or burned with tains nitrogen phosphorus, potassium Notice is also given that the whose name and adress o'LOIUDA. ':,
I and number of minor Board of County Commissioners of appear hereon, your written defense TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON ,
strong fertilizers, or soaked with a : Flagler County will meet with the if any. to the Complaint in CERN and to all persons.and par- .-;
, foul smelling that curls plant food elements. County Tax Assessor at the County said suit on or before the 30th ties having or claiming any right.
spray Commissioners' room In the Courthouse day of August 1962. else decree title, interest, estate, mortgage, or :
I their leaves almost as badly as If do use manure on the Bunnell. Florida, at the hour pro confesso will be entered aganist other lien to or on that certain :
you of 10 a. m. on Monday September parcel of land hereinafter described -
! a home parmanent hair-wave garden this fall, .be sure to add I 3rd A. D. 1962, for the purpose of you.WITNESS my hand and seal of the following persons together ':
hearing complaints and receiving said court this 31st day of ;July. I I with all unknown persons -
; v solution. about 2% pounds of superphos testimony as to the value of any 1962. claiming by through or under

property real or personal as fixed (SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE. I I known persons who are dead or
to each 25 of 'ma-
'have phate pounds Clerk of said Court who are known to
i Usually, :if a dog doesn't by the County Assessor of Taxes be dead or alive.
and work this into each and for the of perfecting By Julia R. Harvey SECTION 73501.2601
nure
purpose
a ,feww: fleas to, scratch he isn't I reviewing and equalizing the assessments Deputy Clerk.W. 1,I STATE ROAD S-305-A

, happy. This might be the case 100 square feet of garden area. the value of which shall .. O.L. BOX WADSWORTHP. 396 NAME FLAGLER COUNTY
.. AND ADDRESSES
have been fixed by the County As-
:of plants., So, let a few harm- Here are some of the annuals sessor of Taxes or changed by Bunnell.Attorney Florida for .Plaintiff. ,Address Hattie M.UnknownSRD Bowkley

less insects-like .ants-climb that can be planted from now I him. August 2-9-16-23-4tc N7JT"2'
DATED at Bunnell Florida this
your ornamentals because plants unit October. The list includes 7th day of August, A. D. 1962. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH Address H. T. BOWKLEY Unknown

I" ;seem to look more natural with alyssum, baby's breath, blue- (SEAL BOARD) OF COUNTY COMMIS- IN AND! JUDICIAL FOR THE CIRCUIT COUNTY, OF IN Henrietta SRD NO.A. 2 Seibert

a few insects on their branches. eyed African daisy, browallia, SIONERS OF FLAGLER "FLAGLER STATE OF FLORIDA Address Unknown
COUNTY. FLORIDABY
IN CHANCERY. CASE NO. 4486 SRD NO. 2
butterfly' flower, calendula, cal- JOHN A. CLEGG. Chairman MENTORY DAVIS
Markley Royer Seibert
i' After you have made a reso- liopsis, candyturft, capemarigold August ATTEST:9162tcNOTICE E. A. SMYTHE. Clerk Plaintiffvs Address Unknown "* ><*.

lution not to kill your plants SRD NO. 2 >1.-
carnation Chinese "
forget-
JOHN D. DAVIS Markley Russell Seibert JL .
with care, make an inspection me-not, corn flowers, Flora'spaintbrush OF TAX APPLICATION DEED FOR Defendant. 127 South 9th Street L! ,
Reading Pennsylvania r9w-
NOTICE TO APPEAR
;; of the garden. painted-tongue, pan Notice hereby given that R. W. THE; STATE OF FLORIDA TO: SRD NO.2' **'
Deen. Jr., Bunnell Florida the Cyrus W. Royer .
.
JOHN D. DAVIS.
Some of the plants may 'have sy, phlox, pink snapdragons, holder of the following certificates Residence Unknown Address Unknown ,F

taken on a new look while you statice, stock and verbena. has filed said certificates for a tax YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat SRD NO. 2 .
( deed to be issued thereon. The a suit for divorce has been SECTION 73501-2601
were ,away on vacation. Most If camellia seeds are ripe certificate numbers and years of filed against you In the above entitled STATE ROAD S-305-A

of, them will look better after they can be planted in flower Issuance the description of the cause and you are hereby FLAGLER COUNTYDESCRIPTIONS
I property, and the names In whichit required to serve upon Plaintiff's
was assessed are as follows I' Attorney, whose name and address SRD NO. 2 RIGHT OF WAY
a rest, but a few may be ailing. pots or flats-or in the open if :
Certificate No. 7, year of issuance i appear hereon your written defense That part of: .
I they are protected from rodents. 1960. 1 if any to the Complaint in The E% of Section 4, Township
1 Be alert to an ailment of hiIf Certificate No. 7, ,year of Issuance said suit, on or before the 23rd day 14 South. Range 29 East;
Nick the seed with a file to 1961. of August. 1962 else decree pro lying within 50 feet on each side

biscus. It is known as "black hasten germination because it Certificate No. 24, year of Issu- confesso will be entered againstyou of'the survey line of- State Road
ance 1962.Description. S-305-A. Section 73501 said survey
elongated' -
; splash. Symptoms are : takes a considerable time for of property covering WITNESS my hand and seal of line being described as follows:

If black spots on young stems above three (3) certificates: said court this 18th day of July. Begin on the South line of Sec-
moisture 'to penetrate the hard Tract 2. Block 3. Sec. 21 Twp. 1962. tion 4, aforesaid at a point 320.26
and irregular spots on the ; SEAL feet West of the Southeast
12S; R. 29E. 20 acres. Name in ( ) E. A. SMYTHE.Clerk cornerof
I .leaves. Lower leaves are'usual- I -- which assessed: Bernard Stiller. of said Court said Section 4. and run North
Certificate No. 6, of issuance W. L. Wadsworth 0121'30'Vest.. 169.20 feet to the
ly affected first. Later the leaves 1960. year P. O. Box 396 beginning of a curve concave to
,
I Bunnell. Florida the Southwesterly and having
a
turn yellow and fall. Some areas I Community 1961.Certificate No. 5, year of issuance Attorney for Plaintiff. radius of 1146.28 feet; thence a-

July 26 & Aug. 2-9-16--4tc long said curve through a central
of the fallen leaves remain : Memorial ChurchInterdenominational Certificate No. 22. year of issu- angle of 20- 1'45a distance of
.
ance 1962.Description IN TilE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN 407.25 feet to end of curve; thence
green. of property covering AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY North 21-43'15". West 1058.65 feet
.Other symptoms include bark above three (3) certificates:. FLORIDA. FILE NO. 623 to the beginning of a curve con-
AIR CONDITIONED Tract 1. Block 12. St. Johns 'Development IN RE: ESTATE OF cave to the Southwesterly and
sloughing, from_ the plant and Co. Subdivision. Sec. 19; David Stevenson Deceased. having a radius of 1146.28 feet:

roots death of ,the new shoots, Daytona Ave. Twp. 12S; R. 29E; 20 acres. Namein NOTICE OF PROBATETO thence along said curve througha
which assessed: M. Voss. ALL PERSONS INTERESTEDIN central angle of 16-46'30- distance -
I decline and death to the plant. FLAGLER BEACH All of said property being in the THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT of 335.50 feet to the end of

County of Flagler, State of Florida. : curve; thence North 3829'45'Vest,
f Plant pathologists with the Sunday School 10:00: A.M. Unless such certificate or certifi- You are hereby notified that a 267.38 feet to the begnlning of a

Agricultural Experiment Stations cates shall be redeemed accordingto written instrument purporting to curve concave to the Northeasterlyand
Church Service 11:00 A.M. law the property described in be the last will and testament of having a radius of 1146.28

have been unable to discover such certificate or certificates will said decedent has been admittedto feet; thence along said curve
t R. ,v. DICKERT. Pastor be sold to the highest bidder at probate in said Court. through a central angle of 3783"a :
I the cause of the disease. EVERYONE WELCOME the Court House door on the first You are hereby commanded within of ,distance of 757,67 feet to end i I
Monday in the month of six calendar months from the curve; thence North 0083G'45
i think that black splash September -
They & .... 1962. which is the 3rd day of date of the first publication of this West 2569.96 feet to the North
could be caused by poor nutrition September 1962. notice to appear in said Court and line of said Section 4. at a point

IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Dated this 7th day of August show cause. If any you can, why 1282.98 feet West of the North-
water-logged soil, ort 'LAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA 1962. the action of said Court in admit- east corner of said Section 4.
t NO. 4496 ting said will to probate should The land herein described con-
CHANCERY
of knot IN SEAL SMYTHE
heavy infestation root- ( ) E. A.
tains 9.106
not stand unrevoked.Seal acres more or less exclusive -
MICHAEL
t' nematodes. MONTECALVO.Plaintiff, Clerk of Circuit Court of ( ) T. K. McKNIGHT of area in existing road
Flagler County Florida. I
right of way.OWNED .
County Judge of Flagler
I Until the cause of black splashis MARY LANDOLFI V8. MONTECALVO. Aug. 9-16-23-30-4tc County, Florida. I I BY: Cyrus W. Royer..
Defendant. -- COURT First publication of this noticeon and Hattie M. Bowkley and her
known out the IN THE OF
pruning
!try
DEFEND 2nd day of August 1962. husband H. T. Bowkley, Markley
TO
I ailing wood and improving the THE STATE NOTICE OF FLORIDA MONTECALVO, TO: FLAGLER IN CHANCERY COUNTY NO., FLORIDA 449-1 August9.16234tc 1 Siebert Russell and Seibert Henrietta, Markley A. Siebert.Royer

growing conditions.The MARY LANDOLFI State Hospital EMIL F. HA WES. SR., IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN I SECTION 73501-2601
c/o New Jersey
STATE ROAD S-305-A
Plaintiff AND FOR
next three months the Trenton. New Jersey FLAGLER COUNTY -
are
vs.ESTHER. FLORIDA. FILE NO. 623 FLAGLER COUNTY
that
notified a
You hereby
best for planting choice annuals suit has are been filed against you In i KATHLEEN Defendant.HAWES IN RE David: ESTATE Stevenson OF Deceased. RULE TAKE NISI NOTICE that a Declara-

the above entitled cause; and you tion of Taking has been filed in
.In most sections of Florida.. I NOTICE TO DEFEND NOTICE TO CREDITORS
file
required to your answer -
are hereby the above-styled cause by the Petitioners -
4 Start by spading or plowing with the Clerk of this Court, THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: demands To all persons against having the Estate claims or of the acquiring authorityof
thereof upon ESTHER KATHLEEN HAWES. these of the
and to serve a copy proceedings, takingof
-- - DAVID STEVENSON deceased
--
i the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney, 17 Huntington Street : the above-described land for the
t file
You notified
F + whose name and address Is: New Brunswick New Jersey are hereby to purpose set forth in the Petition
RCA VICTOR Selden your claims or demands in the office filed in this cause, viz: As right
Ray You are hereby notified that a of the County Judge at his of-
Selden Building suit has been filed against you in of way for a portion of State
fice in the courthouse of Flagler
LIVING COLOR TV
Floridanot Road No. S-305-A. Flagler County
Daytona Beach. the above entitled cause; and you
County, Florida, in Bunnell, Flagler
Florida, and that the Honorable
A. D.
later than September 13th hereby required to file
are an-
-LOOK FOR THE PICTURE your County. Florida,. within six (6) Howell W. Melton one of the
IN TUB WINDOW" 1962. swer with the Clerk of this Court calendar months from the time of Judges of the Seventh Judicial Cir-
I Southern Radio & Television If you fail to do so. decree pro and to serve a copy thereof upon the first publication of this notice. cuit of Florida will, on 23rd day
confesso will be entered againstyou the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, Each claim or demand must be
of August. 1962. at 1:30 P. M. in
226 E. Granada- Ph. OR 12001OIUJOND
relief demanded in the
for the whose name and address. is: in writing and contain the placeof the Flagler County Courthouse at
bill of complaint. The nature of Ray Selden residence and postortice addressof Bunnell. Florida. consider said
I, said suit being for divorce. Selden Building the claimant and must be swornto Declaration of Taking, appoint appraisers -
WITNESS my hand and seal of Daytona Beach. Floridanot by the claimant his agent or and make such order as
ORMOND PRESCRIPTION said Court this 9th day of AugustA. later than September 6th, A. D. attorney. the Court deems proper. All par-
I PHARMACYSick D. 1962.Official 1962. Each claimant (or creditor) must ties to the suit and all parties
( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE also deliver sufficient number of interested
If you ,fall to do so, decree pro a may appear and be
Room Sup'plIes-Sundries Clerk of said Circuit Court confesso will be entered againstyou copies of his claim as recorded and heard at the time and place desig
By Julia R. Harvey for the relief demanded in the filed in the office of the County nated.
HOSPITAL SUPPLIES
j Deputy Clerk f bill of complaint. The nature of Judge to said County Judge to enable You. and each of are hereby
YOUb
< 24-Hour Prescription Service Aug. 16<-23-30 & Sept. ti-.4tc said suit being for divorce. the County Judge to mail a commanded to W filing an
Answer to the Petition filed In this
to each personal
copy representative -
WITNESS hand and seal of
a Free Delivery in Flagler Beach NOTICE OF ELECTIONBe > my of said estate. cause in the above-entitled Courton
Rt. AlA 1 mi. North of it known that I. Tom Adams. said. Court this 3rd day of AugustA. Dated: Ju.L..7. A. D. 1962.DORUTTfADINE or before September 7, 196%,
ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661 Secretary of State of the State of D. 1962. STEVENSON to sHow what right, title, interest,
Florida do hereby give notice thata (SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE STRIPLINGas or liens you or any of you. havein
1-- GENERAL ELECTION will be Clerk of said Circuit,,, Court, executrix of the estateof or to any of the above-described
: { FREE PAINT held in Flakier County.. State of By Julia R. Harvey the estate of DAVIDSTEV&1I.JSON. land and show cause why the same
Deputy Clerk should not be taken for the
deceased. use
t succeeding
Florida Tuesday next -
One extra gallon of your choice the. first on Monday in November. I Aug. 9-16-3-30-4tc First publication on: 8262.' and purpose flIed herein.set forth in the Petition I

I, with each erallou you buy A. D.. 196:. the said Tuesday being IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF August 2.9-16-23-4tc WITNESS my hand and the seal

theSIXTH I FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA IX TilE CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH of said Court on this July 25th.
Mary Carter Paint Store DAY OF NOVEMBER IN CHANCERY NO. 4-195 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN A. D. 1962.SEAL .
For United States Senator from
ELIZABETH JANE CAUSEY. AXD FOR FLAGLEIt COUNTY ( ) E. A. SMYTHE.
the State of Florida. Plaintiff Clerk of the Circuit Court.
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FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. CASE
c AUo West=at. Shavplnff Gutter For Representative in Congress vs. NO. 4.187GLADYS Flagler County. Florida.H. .
for the Eighth Congressional Dis- MERLE EDWARD CAUSEY. SR.Defendant.. M. TIMMONS. T. Cook. County Attorney

r trict. Plaintiff Flagler County.
For Two (2) Justices of the Supreme NOTICE TO DEFEND B" nell. Florida

., WhIt 3Hlaglr SribnnpBUNXELL Court. THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: -va- AND
JOHN TIMMONS.
t For Judge of the District Courtof MERLE EDWARD CAUSEY. SR. James E. Moore.
Appeal for the First Appellate 47 Edgeview Road Defendant. Holland Building
FLORIDA District. I DIVORCE Tallahassee, FloridaOf
Keyport New Jersey
I NOTICE TO AI.PEAR'ITIIE Counsel for the Petitioners.IN .
For one Circuit Judge of theSeventh You are hereby notified that
a STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
I Judicial Circuit. suit has been filed against you In JOHN TIMMONS, CIRCUIT COURT,
of theSEVENTH
MRS. For Two (2) Railroad and Public I the above entitled cause: and you i BLACKSHEAR,
M. B. FULLER, Editor Utilities commissioner. .I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
I are hereby required to file your an- GEORGIA
In and for
E For one Member of the House swer with the Clerk of this Court, I c/o Inez Glllyard FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDAI

i l>_lKMte4 Official PvbUeatlM of Representatives.For and to serve a copy thereof upon I YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED E. A. SMYTHB. as Clerk of
2 Members of the Board of the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney I that a suit for divorce has been the Circuit Court in and for said
\ t ,... Public N.tlc *f PlasterCounty. County Commissioners. whose name and address Is: filed against you in the above entitled County and State, do hereby certify
For 3 Members of the Board of Ray Selden i cause and you are hereby that the above and foregoing la
I t Maal lpalltl.. thereto Public Instruction.For Selden Building required to serve upon PlaintiffsAttorney. a tru and correct copy of NOTICEOF
mild the State .t F1.rldaEatrrrd Clerk of the Circuit Court. Daytona Beach. Floridanot I whose name and address RULE NISI In the care of
s
For Tax Collector.For later than September 6th. A. D. Appear hereon. your written defense STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT OF
; Commissioner of the Florida 1962. if any. to the Bill of Com- FLORIDA and FLAOLER COUNTY -
.
Inland Navigation District. If you fail to do so. decree pro flaint. in said suit on or before vs. HATTIE M. BOWKLEY. et
mm .e*.a. class matter.IBIS. For Judge of the Small Claims confesso will be entered againstyou the 23rd day of August 196%. else al as the same appears of record in

.h..17 .at the .* t.nee Court : for the relief demanded Iq the decree pro confesso will be entered LAW CASE NO. 81%. Flagler County -
In Testimony Whereof. I hill of Complaint. The nature of ptinat you.WITNESS Records.TN .
.i lianaetl. Plerlda* under act tarrh have hereunto set my said suit being for divorce. MY HAND AND SEAL WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
..., , hand and affixed the WITNESS my hand and seal of I op- SAID COURT this 19th day of hereunto set my hand and affixed
">. 3. 1ST*. (SEAL) Great Seal of the Stateof said Court this 3rd day of AugustA. I 'Inv. 1962.SEAL ,my official seal on this. 25th day
) SMYTHE .f Jnly. A-t>. 19 2
.
Florida at' Tallahassee D. 1962. A'f ctr ,.
of said CourtW. SEAL
( ) A. SMYTHE
the Capital this the (SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE CE.
rne year.t2.b0 Wadnworthn
S Circuit
L. Court
;k. : 6th o>v of August. 1962.. l"l..rk..f -"iilt Court .
O. Box 396TtunnMl. Flapler County Florida.
,,si month. lua TOM ADAMS By:Julia R. Harvey
; : Florida By Julia R. Harvey.
.. 4O ,.... .. r SECRETARY OF STAT' Deputy Clerk. Attorney for Plaintiff Deputy'; Clerk..
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1.'luirsday.August. 16, 1962 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN I
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When hatched, young black ObtainsI I which will produce sulphuric ano Beach obtained a' very de- ing the month will manufacture ., "j'
State
bass feed on plankton and in. acid for the phosphate industry j sirable metalworking plant that such varied products as fiberglass :

sects. As they grow larger, they in Polk County, will, have an{will employ 40 people, while boats, lighting fixtures, : ,,I
I will eat anything they can 14 New' Plants annual payroll of more than Brevard County obtained an specialty paper bags, lad es' j'; .

,catch, including fish, mice, crayfish $150,000. It is expected to begin I electronics firm," Jarrard said. coats and rattan casual furni

t crabs, frogs, birds, snakes, Month of JulyFlorida operation in December. Other plants announced dur- I ture.TCAY.
eels, insects turtles, snails and Another industrial installationin

other animals. the million ,dollar class, a '

during July obtained canning plant, will be built by ,
: 14 new plants, and major ex- the H. L. Hunt Oil Company at by

CLASSIFIED! pansions, including three which Sanford. The oil company has I' Tom Dorr -
will each cost $1 million or acquired a 608-acre tract in San- I : I

more, the Florida Development ford which it plans to developas .
I
ADS
Commission i
reports.
an industrial park. NOW YOU AiLD X SIMPLY
Each of the 14 will have 25 In addition to the big expansion t MUST HELP HIM..WE'VE
UUtlnK under this fccadlm* are
3 cent 9r word each ,in rtlaB. or more employees when in full of Lakeland Highlands YOUR FATHER\ + GOT TO ECONOMIZE )
75 cent la minimum ekarge. COMPLAINING ABOUT DO WITHOUT THINGS
production. In addition, 57 smaller Canning Company, another firm THE BILLS FOR A WHILE.WHATDO ,
: WANTED=By reliable private plants and expansions, each in the same field announced a AGAIN, CANDY. YOU SAY?; :

I ,,-o.J-: ... ..pa y., ,acre of land or slightly with fewer than 25 workers, substantial increase, in ,its facili" "

retirement I : were announced during July. ties. B. & W. Canning Company ; "

home. ,Must be, In good One of the biggest industrial at Groveland in Lake County expects "\
i location, good water, not on I i i
developments of the month was ,to spend $500,000 in its I 3' \ / . J
( ocean. Reply Tribune Box FF, an announcement of a 2.5 mil- expansion program. I ;

i Bunnell. tic lion dollar expansion of Lake Wendell Jarrard, chairman- '!j f fIoaa.

FOR SALE-1953 Studebaker, land Highlands Canning Com- director of the development com- J r .

mechanically good. Needs paint pany in Polk County. A control.. mission, said that in addition toj I -,

Job. New battery, $150.00. Call ling interest in the firm was the three biggest projects, the I

I Tom Kahlert, Phone ID 73316. bought by the Sperti Corporationof month's report "continued to' MOTHER,.YOU'VE INSPIRED X WONT ASK HIM FOR

Aug. 16-Itp New York, which immediately show an encouraging, degree of ME. r/A PREPARED TO THAT INCREASE IN MY
/ .disclosed the plan to increase diversification." I MAKE A SUPREME ALLOWANCE.
t" ", PRE-SCHOOL NURSERY-Mon.. facilities. The plant, which has I I SACRIFICE... ; a

,_ day through Friday. Fenced-in employed about 300 persons dur "Among the smaller projects,I L .
for instance, we find that Pomp- .
play area. Faye Robinson; 304 ing the current citrus season, is i c .
trI
f \ South Forsythe Street, Bunnell. expected to use up to 1,000
r' Phone ID 73484. Aug. 16-3tp workers after
i the expansion is O. F. ALFORD "I .
; completed. I Registered '. /
t
\ FOR SALE OR TRADE-What Construction 1 H
has
already begun
. have you for $4,000.00equity CBS on a multi-million dollar Real Estate Broker J ;
( constructed, tile roof and teraz JI ,
plant of Acid, Inc., between Bar- Bunnell, Florida f Nf 1
f- I I
! za floors, 5-room house on 80 tow and Mulberry. The plant, \ ,
", 'by 125 ft. waterfront lot Palm

l'' Circle, Flagler' Beach. HE 9-2174,, _. .1,.

! ".' Aug. 9-4tc T ,
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j WANTED Additional full time .
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f
rJ'- -- man with car needed for Raw- .
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!rr' leigh business in Flagler Co. ;

. ,. ,k Selling experience, helpful but ,
not required. See write Raw-' : :: :
; or RENTAL APARTMENTS ; ;', .
t leigh FAH-360-250, Memphis I :

Tenn. Aug. 2-16-23--3tp .,
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WRECKING Marine Studios, Motor : I: I
I Court. All material for sale, ., '
CHOICE LOCATION :
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f including good lumber, plumbI' : '" : ; :lit; ,,

ing fixtures, pipe, electrical fix- ; : ,> : .

tures, '!door,! :'complete .wIth ,' ; \ ': ?i;' ci ; :\i :' ::1..ii :

frames, and, windows. See Mr. II" ..".&S #o... : :,i".... . :.
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r M. D. Finch site. 8.9.2tc !.
: on .\ .., ,'t.
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, DUE TO PROMOTION Watkins _, t
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( has opening in(this,area for live- '

; wire man, 23 to 64. Route work. : Available ,for occupancy to responsible tenants ,,':: :: .:
Earn 75.00: to $150.00 week. '
J.t, per .
: :

1" : Car necessary.in your area For ,personal write Field interview C, ' : approximately September 1, 1962 :: > < : : . .:

man 659 West Peachtree St. NE., II I I'I '

'I Atlanta., Aug 9-4tc I I I :::,. : ; t<:, :' " : :

FOR SALE-30 foot house trailer,- . ,
Masonite. Call ID 73410. .> -f ;:\. --TWO 2 bedroom with Florida room---carports.). ; '1'>; < -
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6-21-tt <; v, ::-, : _
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SEPTIC, TANK : "" < .
-cleaning reason ' '
TWO 2 bedroom with'g -: v .
able rates. George Jarosz, phone 1 rage. ,. j \ , I .
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ID 7.3410 5.17-U-17-paid : -' : t
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EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE' FOUR 1 bedroom with carports/ furnished. All with '
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:. On TV, Radios, Hi-Fi, Sewing .
t r Machines, Vacuum Cleaners and ,
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all small appliances. All work ..'. .. /.. -' + tile ,bath and windowsills. ,-; j. 1.//
t' ; ;.' '' : -
Ormond .. : .
guaranteed. ,Hardware, I r , > ', ,: "( '
50V.. Granada next 7-Eleven .. or ,,.. .
; Ormond Beach, Fla. Phone 677 -
4414. May 17-tfc > All L with i ": _
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rBig 'Horn Sheep Floridians Hold I dustrial life $1,722,000,000, up 1! THE I HANDY FAMILY BY LLOYP BIMIIIISIIAM --
per cent and credit life $1,076- .

000,000, gain of 2 per cent. I DAD MOWS OKAY WELL SHUT CAP SHOWED 3UNDR HOW TO
Clash In DuelsThe Immense Sum in "Death benefits paid to Floridians COMPLAINING ABOUT\OFFTHE WATER REPAIR A LEAKY FAUCET
t. THAT LEAKY FAUCET \ SUPPLY SY
facts about> bighorn sheep totaled $98300,000 dur i. A&A1M-VCU SETTER TURNING OFF UNSCREW T- -.
Life Insurance '
'" : ing last 8 cent more FIX IT THE VALVE mcK1NG HUT ( .
The legends year per J
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strange
L are as ( UNPEC THE SINK- (C) TO REMOVE -1D
IF., they have inspired. Floridians held over 15 billionin than in 1960. Living benefits THEN III SHOW you K'NOLEB) AND ,
f: were estimated at $130 million, HOW TO REPAIR A SPINDLE(E). REMOVE R.Qg-e
Bighorn rams, :batter one another life insurance in force at the LEAKY FAUCET JUNIOR SETSCREW).REPLACE
mercilessly with their end of last year, a 9 per cent bringing total payments to Flo- WASHERF IF LEAKING* --

, huge, curling horns. The mounI I I gain during the year compared ridians in 1961 to $228,800,000. REMOVE UFT OFF SETSCREW HANDLE AND u .
.'.' tarn sheep bound gracefully up with national increase of '7 "Figured on a per capita ba- S REMOVE PACKING NUT C) ;
:' and down steep cliffs that offer I I per cent,, the Florida State sis, life insu ance in force in J FROM SPINDLE.CHECK 11-0
PACKING WASHER)
no" obvious -footholds. They Chamber of Commerce reports. the state amounted to $2,899 for ( = REPLACE IF LEAKING. :;
survive: long periods without "Ordinary life insurance in I each FloridIan last year placing 43r
water. Florida at year-end 1961 amounted :[the state about midway among
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More, than -a.; million bighorns to $9,050,000,000, up 9 per: the 50 states." !
lived In, prehistoric' North America I cent; group life came to $3,292- :
Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune
;Y. the National Geographic Society 000,000, a 17 per cent gain; in
: estimates 'Today fewer I S2JSO per Year in AdvanceI .

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VACATIONS

f r" Canada Naturalists to Mexico.,are studying the < #If/J f illJl 6 : Ei I I Are you taking your vacation trip without adequate I

, life and habits of,' the animalsto insurance protection? For short-Ural or long-term
find of halting their de trip-surance, see us., Wherever you go. whenever you
cline. ways @0 [ill E oornlrlJ@Q !l Q I go. However you go:-GO PROTECTED. I

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Live Near'Death Valley SEE H. T. COOK AGENCY
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, Ralph E. Welles, a naturalist you have a small I I General Insurance .
. with the National Park Service; room in your home that BUNNELL FLORIDA I
'' you
and his wife Florence recently

published a study of a herd of smothered time you walk feeling into every it? ..................................................................

desert :bighorns .(Ovis canadensis There's a solution to this < FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
;, nelsoni) that inhabits the problem. I
: mountains s rimming Death Val First, remove all furniture \ p I I :
; from the room so you y AMBULANCE
ley.After can start the decorating g s
seven years of intensive PHONE VAlley 41625ST.
problem properly. Too a SERVICE
field research, the couple concluded '- I
.. many things remain if you { .' AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
that the'celebrated butting :Just shuffle furniture ,
'matches of rams are probably around. Never be hesitant about calling' a Garcia Ambulance. We
not serious fights Then, cover one wall of T
rituals
: are always at your' service with promptness/ safety and
'f for possessions of mates. The the room with a mirror. .
I This is especially effectiveif experience.
r; bouts apparently fulfill some I
,
one aide of the room has
deep urge in the mating sea- large windows. The mirror Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and InhalatorGarcia
r son but do not directly concern will reflect the windows givingthe keep furnishings In the room to
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the ewes. I ,room an illusion of depth.A . a minimum. Consider carefully Funeral Home
The presence of a ewe has no table against and a rug right before you move everything in
effect on the contest and she up to the mirror adds to the illu that you have moved: out. Select -: P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
seems unmoved by It. She may I sion. [ only the best pieces and the fewer LADY ASSISTANT (

even wander off with a third I Remember, it is important to the better. ................................... . .... . r ........_.............. ............. \
ram while the show-offs carryon I

" their duel. I -, 1 6 \
In any case, the contests are 5-.
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awe-inspiring. The rams warm ,
up: by snorting and growling. sKoiM thinltabo t .
Something
This may last for hours. Then yon '
the (antagonists turn and walk I .1 ;
away, feigning indifference. Sud .

," denly hind another.,legs they, and whirl race, rise toward to their one- I ,- if pure! about-to bug track:: > : .{::1t '


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12 feet apart, they lunge for- If all trucks were:built the same way, 'Value such as this Tuw induced\more 7l-t. ; ; ,

ward, every muscle straining. cost the same to keep up, were worth the people to invest in Chevrolet trucks CVef"J ,
Their huge horns meet with a ., same at trade-in . then probably they,year.'since'1937.

staggering clash, but the rams price tag would 'be your only concern)' -: sIt .
usually fall back to their feet cant be, of course.becauss some trucks This. .tan'be'a good time to, buy I -. ',' ,

in perfect balance. have more quality than othersAndmarks a modem new Chevrolet truckLate <,
The combined force of I
impacthas of quality are the real keys to low cost. '" i
been estimated at from 50 traditionally is .the
summer season
Chevrolet trucks, for example have
to 75 miles per hour. Observers for all-around savings on a new Chev I
saw two rams exchange more double-wall construction, which gives rolet truck . selection is still good . -'

than 40 such mighty blows in .. .bodies and cabs more strength. Cabs are deliveries are prompt. . and Chevrolet :j n=,
insulated against heat cold and noise. A
one afternoon without serious dealers are doubly anxious to put you -
injury. If 'the horns meet off big.part of road shock, which shortens into a new vehicle in order to make way .

center, however heads may be truck_ life, is damped out by Chevrolet's for next year's models. Coupled with the f I", I
twisted and hurt ': suspension system; it also makes riding efficient performance a new. Chevrolet !
Daring Jump in the. truck, a pleasure. Pickup bodies .truck will give you, it seems evident that f 1 !f, I

The agility of mountain sheepis and cabs are separated to eliminate stressyou couldn't buy 'at.a better time. ,. "-
as phenomenal as legend between them. Come in and take full advantage of it! .

says. One ram was seen at dusk
poised at the top of a sheer, '

200-foot cliff. He crouched and < CHEVROLET CHEVROLET TRUCKS :. '
dropped lightly 20 feet to a narrow ,

ledge barely visible in the Quality trucks always costless! : ;
fading light The ram paused ; I
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on his precarious perch and

jumped to another tiny ledge 10 .

feet below. He bounced to a '. .
rocky trail several feet down

I. and trotted away.
Another ram rolled off a high .s; 8..
ridge while sleeping. He fell I

about 10 feet, caught a foothold, .
and climbed back up casually.
k Contrary to folklore the desert -
: bighorn cannot derive
enough mositure from plants to

survive. But the sheep can live ..".
for two weeks or longer without -

drinking water, and recover i %s nl:
astonishingly from the or-
deal.
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Naturalists saw an emaciatedewe - ,
and lamb with spindly legs !,_ :; S Chevrolet H-Ton Fleetside Pickup Chevrolet 2-Ton Watfona

and muscles '. ,
stringy approach a ;
t spring. They drank for half an "r ,...
hour. As the sheep walked away ,.of

their legs appeared solid, b-- See your local authorized Chevrolet. dealer i-. j.. .
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muscles 'smooth and rounded; S -- : r .
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coats glistening. "::, .:
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water holes. Men's encroachment : HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY :/

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supplies is a major threat to the -
survival of ,the desert subspecies. TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 . BUNNELL FLORIDA

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$149 TRAOC WITH, is your gain. Never have prices been so low in this area.

GASRANGE EASY TERMS These are all new appliances just as they came from the factory.
7(Huge 24Vi"picture-window oven.:;'perfect baking .
&ALL burners light automatically Every appliance is nationally advertised. No seconds, no rejects, .
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"&Full-Wldthf1uoresc ntlamp. .I',. ,:.: none inferior. You_ know. that prices' continue to go up. We may
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3Dependable clock with 60-minuteJimer . . .
', Sta-Cool&Appliance full-length outlet door! handles .:' t t not ever be able to offer such bargains. We will'.be. open from .

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frost systems using old fashioned
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single-tube, no-frost! systems that every
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a Big 2.8 cubic foot zero-degree We live here. We
food freezer with separate door .
pay taxes. We
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Two door shelves, Me adjustable port our churches,

\ schools ,our city and
Two porcelain vegetable drawers ,
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Model TB-403 are
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Got a BIG-SIZE .
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cooling job to tle7 ;
Fits most windows
.I', lell Here's extra-big power tool large areas
j . or through j the wall where you vwork, play or entertain. Yes, .i
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20 ft.
c ; Only 2$'wM,29%* hIp,11%'deep. e VentHates-provides fresh air,wither "\
Here's styling and convenience .that 'cooling. '
!} rivals any other freezer at any price t| Filters-removes mes't dust and ;
(; THIS IS A FACSIMILE OF THE pollen
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FEATURES INa.uDESaf.tYlatch Safety-Lite affixed to'a room air conditioner,it signifies Dehumidifies-wrings gallons of
k, Handle with LockCounterbalanced that the nameplato BTU/Hr cooling capacity is moisture per day-from hot, humid air.certified J
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. accurate by the National Electrical Manufacturers
. a Infinite Fan-Speed Control- ,
| "Power King" Condenser keeps Association. .

(. Compressor lid opens at touch exterior dry ,.. .. .. .. ., .. ..... .. ... .. .select FAST.any speed from quiet SLOW to .

f n Safety-Guard 2 removable Beautiful 1 color- : Automatic Temperature Control .
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: Cold Control baskets styled interior EXTRA-POWERFUL 10-position thermostat maintains': .. . ,

,. A Custom-Formed Automatic interior 5-year foodprotection l ,, temperaturerat choose. whatever comfort level ..
light plan's COOLING you
s) Insulation i s Three Rotator Air Directorf ?. .
t'; SOLD, SERVICED AND GUARANTEED BY YOUR QUALITY NORGE DEALER .... FOR MORE : ; .I" -.. .

BARGAIN PRICED ; As Low: As .'
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WASHING AND RINSING! ON POPULAR,MODEL

20'
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FUZZNEVERCLOCl.. . $ 95
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was $3995 AND TUB

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v. waah period .-. Cools I.:I up: to 5 rooms.

tht, '" onat *Norge safety wringer Pulls cool air In, draws
(f' stale air.out. ..
*5 easy rolling casters -
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$19'995 &Heaty duty 1/3 H.P.motor
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Only Norga: builds InDRYINO, manufacturer can ,5'
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service with .
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4 Heat-dry, no tumbling '
f.f practically- no upstains.. . easier to clean, too! ,

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Jf THE NORSE.HAMPER=DORHELP S>YOU.T001.ry.<> and beauty to this washer. Exclusive Surgilator
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.5 S iron during this ; % t square-cornered' screen . fully adjustable- tf.vwe.

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' New Hy-Power chassis for imFoldaway luggage-type car-
.. ., .. sale handle
; '" on ,It: proved fringe area reception rying
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1'h f {. ., r-J" > Slim-silhouette cabinet . .
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