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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: August 23, 1962
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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VOLUME 5 NO. 33 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1962 $2.50 A YEAR'



! Program For I Ladies to Play 1 I Bunnell P.-T. A. j Eastern t Star i i Commission \


Start of County Softball This Plans ProgramFor I I Will Observe Expected to Act


,a :Friday NightThe New Year Founder's Day ;
Schools
Tuesday i On Marshland
Business and Professional Bunnell Eastern Star Chapter

Women Club will play .the. [will observe Robert Morris Day "
,. / All, pupils of Flagler County Ladies of the Band Parents in I An executive board meeting}I August 31 with a picnic inj[ The Flagler Beach town com
schools will return to school on !a softball game Friday night at i of the Bunnell Parent-Teacher|Jon of Autry's Shell Shop in mission is expected to act ,tonight

Tuesday, August 28,at the regu the local field, beginning at 8 !:Association was held Thursday!! Flagler Beach, Worthy Matron! on a proposition made last

'. lar school hour. I o'clock. night at the high school office.j I Wanda Mercer said today. week by Flagler Harbors, Inc.
4 Shelton Brooks PTA ]I :,
School buses will make the Following the ladies game, president for purchase of the marshland
last Parents t for the new year, presided over j J Swimming will be a feature I mortgage. I I
same runs as year. j j!the Wadsworth team is scheduled I' | of entertainment and a picnic
and pupils are reminded of the to play Hastings on the field. the meeting. j 1 supper will be served at 5:30 in Flagler Harbors, Inc., holds a \

importance of meeting the buses I'I The public is invited to attend.A I The theme for the year will the afternoon.All contract for developing the 320-

I' promptly.The small admission charge will I be "Continue To Grow. Dates members are invited to attend acre marshland tract. The company

first day's schedule will I be made. ,:for the meetings,were announced and bring a picnic basket I paid the town $5,000 cash

run from 8:30 until 11:45. Buses I Proceeds of the game I as: September 18, November 1, lunch and their eating utensils.. and gave the town a non-interest ;

leave the schools for their return I sions will be devided admis.1' February 7, and April 25. All Drinks will be furnished. All bearing mortgage on the prop

'l at 11:45. No lunches will the two clubs. The Ladies 'I meetings will be at .8 o'clock' in I members are asked to bring erty for $75,000 last December 7. I

be served to students on the first Band Parents' will use their proceeds I l the evening and will be held I their families and friends and The ,mortgage is due December I

day of school. on the Cherry Blossom Fes in the Bunnell High School enjoy good food and fellowship.i 7, 1970. \.
School materials fees at Bun. tival Fund. The BPW Club will Cafeteria.Mr. I Flagler Harbors has proposed

nell High School will be as fol use their funds on the club's I I Brooks named the follow. the purchase of :the mortgagefor

lows: Kindergarten $5; grades projects. ing committee 'chairmen for the I Small Claims $55,000 cash and also fill ap

1-6. $4; and grades 7.12, $1.50. year: Budget and finance John proximately 20 acres of the land

Fees In :the lower grades cover HARRIS INVITES Cannon; civil defense, Howard i Court Session designated for town purposesby 1\\
the cost of art and other instructional Lerch and Cliff McGriff; devotions I December 7, 1962. ,
Two default
materials. Junior and COLOR TV VIEWINGHarris Pearl Blakely and Ray I judgments were Flagler Harbors made the pro- !
handed down at the Wednesday "
fees the I Mercer educational TV Marvin posal at a called meeting of the
senior high school cover Appliance, local tele- ; I morning session of the Flagler
1 cost of mimeographing ma I set dealers, are inviting the public I Parker; hospitality, Stella Cau- County Small Claims Court, commission last Friday after-
I ft; terials. to come in and view the new ley and Mable Brooks: I Judge Leola Jones said. noon at which time Commissioners J
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Mary Karl students will ride color television sets in operation.Mr. Membership, Celia Joyce Pat ; One in favor of the Orange Robert Henderson, Gerald .

the regular school buses on the Harris said there will be, rick; publications Freda Deen; State Service Inc., against Rich Smith, and E. H. Treadwell voted t

first day of school and will not many more color television program Jack Clegg; publicity,I ard M. Anderson for :the amount for the proposal while Tom

go to the, Mary Karl School. shows on more channels this Eleanor Matherly; parlimenta- of $46.59 plus $8.50 costs. Duncan voted no. Commissioner

However, the Mary Karl students winter. Harris said "for full enjoyment dan Duane Deen; yearbook,I Another judgment in favor of Leonard Moody did not attend, I

will begin their regular studies of television one shouldsee Theo Hein; safety, C. B. Eisen. John E. Chambers against Mrs. the meeting.

at the school on Wednesday. A the beautiful colored television bach; room representatives, Melba I Reese Burnsed for the,amount of Mayor George Wickline was
bus will be provided this year shows." I Brannam and Myra Wads $67.57 plus $6.40 costs. reported to have threatened to
Karl students for the worth board Alice veto action of the commission. I
for Mary The appliance company's sale : meetings, The next session of the Small
entire school term. The bus will'will close Saturday evening at I Lovell and Margaret Clegg; con Claims Court will be September Later, the commissioners decided I
make its first run Wednesday,I'9 o'clock.Florida. II cession stand Dave and Kathryn,5. to rescind the motion to accept f

the 29th, to Daytona> Beach. '.' Perryman; tickets, Herschel I the proposal and :to take it up

h._. Students. at BunnelL High.! ,' - King.. t .' -. again at a regular stated meet- j
School will find their homeroom[ Crown ; i Observations of ing of the commission, sched
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assignments on a bulletin ,board uled for tonight.
at the west entrance. to tlemaIn : 'Beauty' PageantAt City Commission I,Satellites Chart
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building. Homeroom rolls: I Gets Test Well BidsThe I State
f each Changes in CoronaA
will also be posted on I lax Beachr ,
door. 'Bunnell Commission Attorney'I
homeroom City.
t. satellite that observes the
School will begin with a 10- at its meeting Monday night I
This seems to be an age of sun's corona may flash the go-
: minute homeroom period .,from.: received four bids for drillingthe I .
(of. Beauty Contests and "Queens" ahead for the first manned moon
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8:30 to 8:40: arid will ',be foKJ 1 oT this';-and '"Queens"' of that test wells. shot. September llth

lowed with a general assembly j I land"Miss": this and "Miss" that The bids were close and were I Storms of X-rays erupt from I I
; in the auditorium from:I turned. over to the city water I Tom Adams, secretary of state, I
program and nobody seems to protest the corona, or solar atmosphere, l
\ 8:40 to 9:40. Recess will be observed Floridians, in fact, just' take In I engineer for study. The commission I to bombard earth and space: 1 gives notice by legal advertise- ',
i: front 9:40 :to 9:45.: stride the apparent fact that plans to hold a special with lethal particles. The dense ment in this issue of The Tribune I i

Beginning at 9:45: a minute this state is a leader in this meeting to hear the engineer's I a'ir about the earth stops most that a primary election r

schedule of classes will be. observed "Queen" business. recommendations in the matter.I 10f them, causing auroras and!will be held in this county on
I September 11 to select nominees :
the seventh period .
with Little thought is ever givenas blacking out radio broadcasts,
!/ concluding at '11:45. Buses will to why there are so many I City Tax RollEqualization but space travelers might be for the office of State Attorney I
of the Seventh Judicial Circuit.
tF- leave for home immediately fol. Beauty Contests or Beauties inj harmed. I I
lowing the end of the short Florida-or where .all the Beau United States scientists hopeto Reason for the special primary
SetCity election is because the present ,
11:45. .
schedule at ties come from. predict and understand the
All parents of pupils who]1 - I I State Attorney, W. W. Judge
With Florida the natural magnet storms by studying the corona
have children entering school that it is in attracting people of Bunnell gives notice I| with satellites, says the National has resigned. The state attorney
for the first time this year must there is no wonder that all by legal advertisement in this;! Geographic Society. Before works in the counties Flagler
Volusia, Putnam and St Johns.In .
complete application for pupil types of people, including Beau... issue of The Tribune that the. the first astronaut takes off
event it is a seccond -
assignment at the pupil assignment ties or potential Beauties, come city assessment roll will be presented j I for the moon, they want to be necessary
primary election will.be
office on the second floor to Florida from all over the to the equalizing board certain the corona is quiet.
held on September 25 the
legal
of the county courthouse. world. But what about the of the city for approval Wednesday I Hard to See
I i I advertisement said.
Most parents have taken care Beauties-where do they come September 5. The sun's corona is difficultto

of this during registration from? The meeting is scheduled to study on earth. It is very
I I
of kindergarten students last Well, selecting the "Queen of I be held at 8 P.M. in the officeof faint despite temperatures above HARRIS APPLIANCE ,

spring. Any parents, however, the Florida Crown" Beauty the city clerk. a million degrees. For all but COOKING SCHOOL "'>

who have not yet made appli Pageant, held the last Saturdayin Persons who may want corrections I 100' minutes every century the .
cation for assignment for a child August each year in Jackson in the roll concerningtheir dazzling sun renders it invisible. ALL DAY FRIDAYKay

entering Flagler county schoolsfor ville Beach as an example, some property "are required to I Only while the sun is eclipsedcan Bouquardez, home Service

the first time this year must figures are forthcoming.There file with the city clerk or at astronomers see the corona. representative of the Florida

do so before the child will be are 19 entrants in the the meeting: their petition set. Then it glows with a soft, pearly Power and Light Co., will be at

admitted to school. The pupil I contest to be held Saturday the ting forth their objections to light through the darkened the Harris Appliance store from

assignment office is open :Mon. 25th of this month and the such assessments.," skies. To mechanical eyes in a. m. to 4 p. m. for a cook- I

day through Friday from 8:30: pageant committee has furnished satellites, however, the corona ing demonstration in the elec. ,

a. m. until 4:30 p. m. I! this data on where these. 19 Youth CouricilSponsors I I would appear continuously etched trical department, Coy Harris I
Flagler County Classroom the blackness of
The beauties were originally from. against said today. He also said food
Teachers Association met at the Two were born in Louisiana, two Dance space. and beverage will be served to
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Bunnell High' School Wednesday in North Carolina and one each The gaseous corona extends those attending. The public is

morning August 22, for Its first from Ohio Kentucky, Arkansasand The Youth Council is sponsoring tens of millions of miles from invited to call during these

meeting. Georgia. The balance of 11 a "Back to School" dance on its parent. Observations from hours.'
New teachers of the Bunnell I are all native Floridians. Saturday night at the Bunnell mountain tops and instruments

t.. High School faculty are invited I What does all this go to Civic Center from 8 to 11:30. borne aloft in rockets and balloons INDIANS COULD BE RICH
guests this week, to the regular prove? Perhaps nothing except Dee Mickler's combo from St. I have revealed much about If the Indians of Manhattan

luncheon meeting of the Rotary that besides all the wonderful Augustine will furnish the mu- 'I the denser part of the corona Island had !taken the $24 in

Club of Bunnell. New teacherson things the state of Florida produces sic, members of the Youth Council immediately surrounding the cash instead of trinkets and in

the Bunnell faculty this year ,, it also produces beautiful Board said today. sun. Astronomers hope .that vested it at 6 per cent, com-
are: John Dumbauld, science; young ladies. I The dance is for junior high satellites will give the coronal pounded quarterly, theoreticallytheir

Albert Ford, agriculture; Mrs I school and up. Dress for the occasion picture to a radius of 20 million descendants today wouldbe

Janice Gauss, Spanish; Mrs.1 ,. The greatest of,faults is to be will be informal but no miles. worth more than the assessed
Alice Lovelady, fifth grade; and conscious. of none. I shorts or dungarees. Refresh I The corona consists of rarified value-16 billion dollars of

Mrs. Jennie.1 Newell, third grade.! =Thomas rlYle. ments will also be served. Continued To Page 8 tManhattan's land and buildings.



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'PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA Thursday, August 23, 1962 ,
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carts to spaceships-just as IltJ J 1 1I
/ f Complex World tIe. girls have imitated mother'

I SPORTS NOTES Of Toys Follows by house.cuddling dolls and playing JAiJMOTHER I !


Adult PatternsThe The earliest toy, some think, -
r By Leslie Pache may have been a child's version \
world of toys has reflected of the caveman's club. Later BUT SOMEONE SHOULD .
;, IT ALMOST WORKEDIn adult life and progress since the games based on organized war- TALK TO J4ER-.TJ-tE .. .. '
earliest of human history.A ,. [ ELOISE DOES LIFEGUARD HAS A JOB '"- ,t
my last week's column I days fare.
TO DO.
CUT QUITE A FIGURE IN A1
I t said "Seville will receive trot London museum displays a Preserved from ancient Cyprusis BATHING SUIT .THAT I (
phies. It sort of shook up the little wooden baker from Egypt a museum collection of Identi- k- \ WILL ADMIT.

Baptist Church team. The boys I estimated to be nearly 4,000 cal peak-capped soldiersr holding '
were peeved. I did it for the years old, says the National shields over their hearts. ;
, purpose of getting (them to play Geographic Society. Bending. over Military toys have followedthe .(
better ball. a pyramid shaped board he changing look and tech- 1

I They played a good game, one can .be manipulated to kneed inques of fighting men, from
of their best, but lost out to a "dough" by rolling a tiny wooden Greek and Roman swordsmen to I'I'i
good 'team-Seyille. Seville players ball up and down !the board. medieval knights on horsebackand
told me that they would like French fashion dolls of the 18th century foot soldiersin
to thank all the people here for 18th century mirrored the glit- ornate European uniforms. I
their hospitality, and that they ter of court sophisticates. The Tiny editions of British Red" SHE WALKS BACK AND] HE NEVER EVEN SAW
really enjoyed their Softball dress of Victorian miniatureswas coats and Minutemen, Civil War FORT DISTRACTINGHIM ME.-WHEM I PRETENDED
visits in Bunnell.I in keeping with an age soldiers in blue and gray, kahki- COMPLETELY.. I WAS DROWNING- '

would like to thank all the when ,respectable English fam clad doughboys of World War 1'1 j I
ballplayers for making our soft- ilies did not permit children to and Commandos of World War II

ball season better this year. .I play with their toys on Sunday. II-all these and many others I
thank you all, and may next Homemade corn cob dolls have won and lost battles in C

season be even better. treasured by children of pioneer the nursery.In .
America wore sunbonnets and today's pushbutton society,i
MANUEL HAS calico of the time and place. toys follow the lead in military I
BOYS HUMPING The flippant flapper doll of the affairs by emphasizing the hard
Coach Bo Manuel started foot- 1920's gave little sister the thrillof ware, of war. Offerings includean

ball practice with about 25 boys. vicarious, participation in the array of midget super- j oMRo
More will be out later. The boys rebellions of "flaming youth." weapons-robot tanks and I!

doing their running are really Accent on ScienceIn planes, atomic cannons, -nuclear -- --

working at it. present-day Christmas dis- submarines, guided missiles, and

: I believe all boys who go out plays, the accent is on science antimissile_ missn'es.A CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
for football are lucky to have a and the Wild. Blue onder._ I
good coach like Bo. He believes For milady: lifelike doll babies method now used to form
in getting in shape. If you are compete with toy models of steel is to place the piece to be'I H. CRAIG. Funeral Director:

out on the field keep your eyes moon viewers and microscopes,I I formed over a die of the desired JOHN HARDIN. Associate

open and learn: all you can. electronic computers, earth satellites shape, submerge it in water, I II AIR OXYGEN
Most football injuries are I and then,set off an explosive charge LADY
rocket launchers, I CONDITIONEDCHAPEL 1 'I EQUIPPED
caused by doing the wrong atomic reactors. in the water above it. Water I ATTENDANT
things. We have to rember (thata I of transmits the force of the explosive AMBULANCES
Among the most advanced
coach can train and, teach his ,to the steel, pushing it I
the new scientific toys are wireless Phone ID 7-3532
1 team, but ,he can't play the I against the die and thus sha-
telephones., One twin set,
game. powered by flashlight batteries, ping it. j!I I 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA .
Next week I will
give a pre
transmits, voices via infrared
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view of our football season for
rays. Two youngsters can talk I I
1962. at any distance within, line of (
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Real Estate Broker I ing. Both functions go back to Do/tWkedol. ? :R;it.. ,

1880, when Alexander Graham ; .
Bunnell FloridaAwuvvvvvuuwwvwvwvui
: Bell, inventor of the telephone, !
I the All-Mew
produced the photophone and enjoy ,
i I proved that sound could be carried o
TV SERVICEALL on a beam of light.
First Dolls Were Sacred
MAKES I Where and when children's
Agent ForRCA I toys originated is anybody'sguess. 2ir Iii ;:- & ':::

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&, PHILCO I archeologists find at prehistoricsites } ; w :: I

doubtless burial
were offerings
TUBES.. & ANTENNAS SOLD S.fJ
AND INSTALLED and miniature idols, not \.
playthings, says the National -
TUBES TESTED FREE
Geographic.
Yet from time immemorial,
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August 23, 1962 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE


a i when they see how tenderly we
treat the Communists on so

many occasions. ?TI
'
told him that I though that : WE KNOW THE

though the rest of the world,
might not like us if we'operate?!
from a position of strength,! r

they'll respect us. Right now, I| RightAnswem to
pointed out, they neither like us I
or respect us, and that's pretty )' :- .. :.. .. .. ... ,.-, .... ._ ', ,,

sorry situation.It \\I'. I 1'f'
seems to me that if you're
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going to sit down -at the table \'

i with a fellow :who won't play
according to the rules of the
A.S. (Syd) Herlong
Congressman. FIfth District game, it would be wise to keepa
few cards up our own sleeves. -
The international game' we're Maybe we have-I hope we dO'1
playing is a deadly serious onea but at the rate we've been :
Shop Shelton's (For A Complete Line
game in which the fate of ing away' our hand it doesn't, -' _
the world is the stakes. And yet seem likely.

\ it seems to me we're playing On another subject, since the' Of School Supplies.
it like greenhorns-putting all Senate defeated the proposed -

.our cards on the table- while medical care for the aged under .
I the other fellow won't show his Social Security I received letters MAXWELL HOUSE LYKES SUGAR CURED

hand. We know the other fel- from a number of people both ,
low will cheat at' every opportunity for and against the proposal,I LB.
and yet we continue. to commenting on my vote. I-want COFFEE PICNICS 29

reveal '.our hand. to make it clear that the action
Not only that We put our was taken in the Senate and
guns on the table too and the there vote this
other fellow isn't his was no on pro- 2 IB. Flavor Aged U. S. Choice Beef
showing
posal either in the House Ways $1 00
weapons-but you can be sure and Means Committee or in the .
he's got them under the tableor House itself. No doubt this will CAN RIB STEAKS Pound 79*

somewhere handy. I come up again at the next session ,
What brings this .up is a let I of Congress, probably in a OrMAXWELL
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I
ter I got the other day from I proposal sent to the Congressby HOUSE Extra Lean

Bill Foster, Director of the Arms! the President. Of course Until -
Control and Disarmament I can see what the President INSTANT COFFEE ALL MEAT STEW lb. 69

\ Agency which coordinates the proposes I can't comment on the

policy of all of the agencies con. roposal._ GIANT $$1QO Lean First Cut
cerned with arms control and

our natonal security. He was ex- 10 OZ. JAR
t ,plaining the newest atomic test FREE PAINTOne MorePORK CHOPS Pound ,39*
,
E ban proposals this country is extra gallon of your choice Limit One With $5.00 or

making to the Russians at the L with each gallou you buy Food Order World's Best

Geneva Disarmament Confer- Mary Carter Paint Store 'BLUE PLATE

ence. HAMBURGER 3 Ibs. W
\ Alao Westcate Hhopplnc Canter -
He tells me the proposals are, ,
I based nn_e.! Mayonnaise
.
(1) i better capability ,for RCA VICTOR Thriftway Country Sliced
detection of earth
long distance
tremors caused by nuclear ex- LIVING COLOR TV Thick Bacon 2 lb. 98
LOOK FOR THE: PICTUREIN Qt $100 pkg
t plosions or earthquakes using THE: WINDOW ,
and economical Southern Radio & Television
simpler more forv"
detection stations and I JZ26 JE. Granada ORMOND Ph. OR 7-2001: 2 Fresh Meaty

(2) A better system of diffe- Limit, Two With $5.00 or More NECK BONES Pound 130
rentation between earth tremors ORMOND PRESCRIPTION Food Order ,
from nuclear explosions and
PHARMACYSick
earthquakes. Room Supplies-Sundries
He on to that inspections
goes say
HOSPITAL SUPPLIES
at nuclear explosion sites 24-Hour Prescription Service Dollar Sale j I
still are essential and that our Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt. Gigantic
new proposals at Geneva in no AlA 1 mL North of
ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661
way Jeopardize our national se-

curity and have the approval of PET TALL CAN Mae Da 303 Can
the President, the Secretary of

Defense, the Atomic Energy I Community EVAP. MILK 8 for 1.00 TOMATOES, 10 for $1.00 I
Commission, the Central Intel- Memorial ChurchInterdenominational ,
ligence Agency, (the State Department Limit 8 Fresh Florida Grade A '

and his own agency. I SMALL EGGS $1 'II
AIR CONDITIONED Can
Now here's Just another case I Saxet 300 3 Doz.. ,
hand-and Daytona Ave. I BLACK EYES and SNAPS $1 00 i
showing
1 of our our
Van Can I
Camps 2%
10 for
FLAGLER BEACH
unnecessarily so'in view of the
and
fact that we're dealing with an Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Saxet 300 Can PORK BEANS 4 for $100
opponent who plays his cards! Church Service 11:00 A.M. GREEN AND WHITE LIMAS $100 I
close to the vest. So I wrote a; R.V.. DICKERT. Pastor 10 forAmerican Lyke's 300 Can
letter to Mr. Foster and I told CORN BEEF HASH $10
EVERYONE WELCOME Beauty 303 Can "
11 him that what concerns me is 3 E or..
that we continually yield groundin -----------k I CREAM CORN 8 for $100 .i

order to placate a bunch of BOUGHT FRESH SOLD FRESH
people who won't agree to any- Southern FreestonePEACHES
thing in this field.I 50 FREE 2'12 Can ;$JOOJOO PRODUCE-

said I have no doubt that 4. for
TOP VALUE STAMPS Golden Ripe
.
the imposing array of agenciesthat Soft Weave Twin Pack .
has latest with the purchase of "
approved our $ BANANASWhite 1flClb
test ban proposals has, left adequate $1.50 Worth of Any Kind TOILET TISSUE 4 for : .
safeguards to our own l School Supplies Seedless I

security but where we're miss- Coupon Expires 8-25-62 Pillsbury Choc-Yellow-White-
GRAPES tb 19c
ing the boat, in my opinion, is CAKE MIXES $100
,, ,
in letting the rest of the world !tnf fnf"u ; 3 for New Crop SWEET

know that we are willing to let Food King % Can
FREETOP POTATOES 2 lbs 25c
them give us a complete physical 25 CHUNK TUNA $.100
examination while they won't 5 for
VALUE STAMPS
even shuck off their bearskin
coat. with the purchase of Three Diamonds No. 2 Can Sliced Winter Garden 10 oz. Pkg.STRAWBERRIES ,

It makes me I sick, I told him, 3 HAMBURGERCoupon Ibs Worlds Best I PINEAPPLE 5 for $1 00 '3 for 59C

that we don't use every strata-
gem we can at the conference Expires 8-25-62 I

table.v..e.. have propaganda Quantity Rights
;JiA.J! :'" "Y'''' ",_?"... ... -
weapons too but we're not using '
b t Reserved
them. When, I asked him, are SO FREE
we going to quit letting'the Russ \
Prices Good
sians call all the shots and start TOP VALUE STAMPS '- cadwwart1t/
leading from our own strength? .
Aug. 23-24-25, 1962
With
$5.00
or more
Tm sure the American peopleare '
tired of our pussyfootingand Food order \ SHELTON SUPERMARKET Store Hours
and this
Fm just as sure that the Coupon at
Week
8a.m.-6:45p.m
people of the rest ,of the world SHELTON'S GROCERY

who look to us for leadershipfind Sat. 8 am.900 p.m.Thursday .
themselves pretty frustrated Coupon Expires 8-25-62 J M BUNNELL, FLORIDA




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LUNA BABBITT '
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'. 1 Telephone BEmlock 9-2098 I

DESERT GAME PARTY SET I
" DODSON-PERSONS
The Flagler Woman's Club!I ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEDMrs. J
, will hold a desert game patty.on .
Friday, August 24, at 1:30 George Moody, Sr., -announces -
.. to 4:30 p. m. There will be the engagement of her "
i cards and prize bingo. Door and daughter, Judy Frances Dodson,
to John Robert Persons, both of 'J'
table prizes will be given. Tick Montgomery, Ala. The bride-
" ets may be bought at the door elect Is also the daughter of the
and the public is invited. Proceeds late Jesse Franklin Dodson. The
: will go into the building bridegroom-elect is the son of .
;.t fund to help pay off the mort- Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Personsof '
gage on the club house. Montgomery.Miss .
. Complete Stock of School SuppliesFlorida
r Mrs. Emma Kulp had as her Dodson is a graduate of
guests recently her sister, Mrs. Sidney Lanier High School in t
.. C. M. Cassel, from Perkasie, Pa., Montgomery. Mr. Persons is a Grade "A"FRYERS
and Mr. R. G. Price from Nor- graduate of Robert E. Lee High
' ristown, Pa. This past weekendMrs. School and is now employed at
.- Kulp accompanied her the Forbes Godfrey Electronicsof POUND
( guests to the Everglades National Montgomery. The weddingdate 29'Palm
Park. will be set later. whole' :


Approximately 60 persons en- ENJOYS PATIO
RiverBACON. Baby Beef
Joyed the annual Sunday School COOKOUT PARTY .
picnic of the Community Me- Enjoying a Patio Cookout
POUND LB
morial Church. The picnic was .party :Monday evening at the 55< LIVER I 49
held at Alexander Springs last George Miles Moody home were
Thursday. The church wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morris, Jo-
express its appreciation to all Ann and, Randy Morris BeBe Copeland'a Lean Meat Grade A Western Beef ChuckFRANKS
who donated their time and and Miles Moody, P. K. Beck,
cars for :the outing. Ramon Lee, Russell Abbott, and POUND
Mr. and Mrs. Moody. 'L? 39< Steaks 69*
Mrs. Agnes Lee left Sundayfor The occasion was also the an-
Nashville Ky., where she nniversary of Mr. Moody birth-
will visit her son and family, day.
MAXWELL HOUSE
Rev., and Mrs. Jim Lee and sons.
Later she will continue her tripto METHODIST CHURCH NEWS
Wisconsin to visit anotherson POUND <
Robert Lee, Mrs. Lee and The Church school teachers COFFEE 39Limit
family, and a daughter, Mrs. met Monday evening at the CAN
Robert Winkelman,. husband: home of Mrs. Reynold Hoover.
and family. Rally Day, which will be Sep One-$5.00 or More Food Order
tember 30th, was discussed.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith Church school ,members will 12 oz. Jiffy PeanutBUTTER 75 ft. Cut Rite
and sons Sam and Ray, left Saturday take an active part in the regu-

Tennessee.for a vacation in Alabamaand I' lar Day.worship service on Rally JAR 35* Wax Paper FOB 35*

Church school timeis 9:30a.

Miles Moody returned home m. each Sunday and worship
Whitfield Fresh Kosher Dill Tidy Home-20 to Pkg.
last weekend after spendingthe service follows at 10:30 for August

C.,summer where he in was WashingtonD. employedin the 26th.regular Beginning worship September2nd service Pickles QT. 29< Lunch BagsL: 25*

the agricultural department. will begin at 11 a. m. Rev Reyn- JAR I
He was accompanied home by old Hoover invites everyone to ,
P. K. Beck of Chiefland and the attend the worship service next
Shurfine Salad 15 oz. Glass Musselman's AppleDressing
Sunday when the junior choir
U. of F. in Gainesville who was I
working with him in Washington -i will sing.
and BeBe Moody who visited QT 39 SAUCE 33*
there a week. Also spendingthe I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Owens JAR For
week here with them are.and family have as their guest :
Ramon ,Lee and Russell Abbottof I Mr. Owens' mother,' Mrs. R. E.
Arlington, Va. I Owens, from Lanette, Ala. HENDERSON'S SUPERFINE PURE CANESUGAR I
r I
Mrs. Lucille Bell and Mrs.I: John Persons arrived from I 5 POUND
Blanche Jeckle from Augusta,I'I Montgomery, Ala., for a visit I, 39
Ga., are visiting this week with I''I with his finance, Miss Judy Dod DAG ,I
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Babbitt. son who is visiting with Mr. and
"J 1 Mrs. George 'Moody, Sr. Mrs. Limit One with $5.00 or more food order
M. S. Moore arrived from Kin-!i Moody plans to accompany the Ii
ton, N. c., last Saturday to join I j'couple home on Saturday and 2l/2 Size ShurfinePeaches 4 Oz. Lykes Vienna i
Mrs. Moore and family who,,for will also visit with relatives be- "

the past week, have been visit'I fore she returns.Vacationing F4 $1 00 00 i
$1
ing Mr. with and Mrs.Mrs.Moore's Jack Meeklns.parents, I' at the Ken-Mar r Sausage, For 1

They plan to return to KInston j Motel this week are Mrs. SamI I
this weekend. Waits from DeLand and :Mrs.
'M. H. Dreyfogle and children TOILET
- - - - - - - - (
I Sam and Barbara, from Marl- NORTHERN 3 ROLLS 25
PETERSON TEXACO anna, Florida. Mrs. Walts is the
I TISSUE
SERVICE I mother of Mrs. Charles Meekins ,t
ROAD SERVICE I and Mrs. Breyfogle is Mrs.
Light Mechanical Work Meekins' sister. FROZEN FOODS FRESH PRODUCE
I Sealtest or Foremost Golden RipeBANANAS
Phone 437.3441
. . . . .SunneD. \ (More on page 8) :
ICE MILK, Half Gallon -49 Pored 1O :

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10 oz. Birdseye Frozen Thompson SeedlessSTRAWBERRIES

FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT 3 for 79< GRAPES, 2 Pounds 35*

AMBULANCE tII
6 oz. LibbyLEMONADE Fresh Juicy Sweet

SERVICE! ST.PHONE.AUGUSTINE.VAlley FLORIDA 4-1625 10 for $1.00 PEARS, Pound 18?


Never be hesitant about calling, a Garda Ambulance. We
FLAGLER FOOD TORE
are always at your service with promptness. safety and , ,
experience. Iyy/i6te N
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Resusitator and - - _
Equipped With Oxygen Inhalator' _

Garcia Funeral Home (.
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P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director i
PRICES GOOD THURS. FRi.* SAT. AUGUST 23-2425,1962
LADY ASSISTANT

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from every continent roaming I I RETURNS FROM" Mrs Zeller, the former Wanda
I I
II freely in these world famous I HOWEY IN THE HILLS Trojan, was called here by the

gardens. Returning during the week illness of her' father, Barney
I IHEFFNER I
Ij Other points of interest in end from the Baton Camp at Trojan. Mr. Zeller joined her
f j t I
Jungle Gardens were 'hundreds Howey in The Hills were Mar I here two weeks ago.

LOCALS of unusually colorful tropical gie Lee Blakely, Hiedi Eisenbachand

plantings, huge Royal Palms Ann Meekins of Flagler Mr. and Mrs. Cliff McGriff

bordering jungle trails, and Beach; Carol and Mary Pache, and daughter, Cheryl, have re- J
brilliant macaws and cockatoos Gloria and Marsha Johnston. turned from a visit to Panama
-PHILLIPS Mr. and Mrs. Gary Greshamand J which pose with visitors for pic- I City with :Mr. and Mrs. Lamar
children have moved to 1 tures. Isham Johnston has
Mrs. returned Harris.
MARRIAGE ISANNOCNCED Palatka where they will reside. to her home here after

I Visiting here recently withJ. two weeks visit in Waynesville,
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Joiner H. Knight were Mrs. Knight N. c., with Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Louis Barrs has returned to
t The marriage of Miss Virgina and children of Tampa were and his mother, Mrs. Margaret Allen at their summer home. his home after receiving treat- .
.
Phillips of Bunnell ta,.'{ .- James] weekend guests of Mr. and Morrell of Jacksonville. They I I ment in the hospital for two

Leonard Heffner of Daytona Walter Knight recently.Mrs. l\lrs.1 were accompanied home weeks.
by Mr. and :Mrs. Otto C. Lucht,
Beach has been announced by" Charles Morrell who had visited I I
,, of Decatur
Jr., and son, Kevin, I
, the bride's mother, Mrs. J. C. Jack Hall and two sons II here with Mr. Knight several Ill., are visiting here with Mrs.Lucht's I i I
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Hall, Jr., of Bunnell. '
were in Panama City ,during the days. ;
parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Barrs this week include his
I i I
The married Au- past weekend for a visit with 'I' .
couple brother
were W. H. King, and also her daughter, Mrs. Ruth Papeyzskniand
gust 10 In quiet at her family. They attended a I i McDANlELS ENTERTAIN Mrs.
a ceremony in law and sister, Mr. and children Barbara
Billy, ,
the Hall home North Moore St., family reunion on Sunday. I II Ii I FAMILY AT SUPPER Bion Matherly and Beth. I Paula, and Terry of Haddonfield,
at eight-thirty in the evening. i PARTY SUNDAYMr.
New
Judge T. K. :McKnight performedthe Richard Yelvington of Chicago, I and Mrs. M. B. McDaniel Miss Lucille Walker was in Also Jersey.visiting with them Sun-
in the of Ill., has been the house guesto I '
ceremony presence entertained members of their New Smyrna Beach last week day were his brother and nephew
members of the families and fhis mother, Mrs. Laura Yel- : families at a supper party Sunday for a shower honoring Barbara Jack Barrs, and son of Quit-
close friends of the couple. vington, Howe St., for several I:'
| at their home, North PineSt. Burns, bride-elect of Russell man, Georgia.
The bride was attired in a days. I'I Honored guests for the oc- Walker. Russell is a nephew of

white silk sheath with pale blue casion were Mrs. McDaniel's Miss Walker. The wedding will "

I embroidery and a white coat of'I I Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Holden are I brother and his family, Mr. and be an event of September' first THANK YOUI

matching material. Her accessories in Ormond Beach with their Mrs. O. C. Shelton, Jr., and chil in Oak Hill.

were white and her flower granddaughter, Ethel Ann, while dren. The Sheltons are leavingthis I would like to express our
I was a pink orchid corsage. I the ,Sam Blacks are on vacationin week to reside in Ocala. Marine Chief Warrant Officer sincere appreciation and thanks

Following the ceremony, a reception I Virginia and Tennessee. Enjoying the affair were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Zeller left Wednes- for the many cards, flowers,

was held at the home. and Mrs. Dave Dobson of Flag- day for their home in Oceanside, visits and good wishes sent to f

The bride's ,table was overlaid. I Guests of Mr. and Mrs.! F. H. ler Beach; Mr. and :Mrs. Shelton Calif., after a visit here with Mr. Trojan during his illness in

with a white linen cloth and Howell include Mr. Howell's son and,daughters, Jackie and Traci, their parents, Mr. and Mrs. the hospital and his convalesence -

centered with a pink and blue in law and daughter, :Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hall, Sr., Mrs. Eddie Henry Zeller of Bunnell and Mr. at home. Your thoughtful-

j' flowers arrangement. A two- Mrs. Keith M. Thompson and Irwin, A. M. McDaniel, Jack Hall, and Mrs. Barney 'Trojan of Ko- ness has meant much to us.

tiered wedding cake was cut and baby of New York City. They Butch McDaniel and the hosts. I rona. I Mr. and Mrs. Barney Trojan.You .
served by Miss Patricia Jones. plan to spend about ten days ,
f -
Mrs. Hall presided at the punch here. .
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The couple are residing in The Royal Neighbors will A k 'j "' ;
Daytona Beach where Mr. Heff meet ,at the home of Mrs. Flor- ; : ; .,; : ". t

"'f ner is employed.; I Irf. ence ler Beach Norcross, on, North Monday AlA evening, Flag-, : ;< ( ;;: ,:;:\\i; : : ,;


August 27. The meeting will be .: x
rf. Mr. and Mrs. Don Moore and
at 7:30 P.M.
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children have returned to their .1 ;, ';; } it' I Iy

I t home in Bimini after a visit Mr. and Mrs. June Deen visited -; \ .::' j' .
I with, Mrs. Moore's parents in .' \;:: '
here several days this week
j Waynesville, N. C. I I '' .--' .
: with relatives. They were en- ;, '1.1. } -,'r.,( ; ,
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r route to their home in Miami .. ,. i .
I C. Shelton and i' .:.! A : Li ,', '"
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.t.Mrs. daughters

after .. ; '
a three weeks trip 'to' Canada . .... / .
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have returned to their i '-4...,' .
and Ramsey, N., J. They ,
1 home here after a visit in Ju- : "
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,were accompanied by June's ? / : ,
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piter with Mr. and Mrs. Ken- :
neth Cole. Grandmother, Mrs. C. A. Riddell, :; ::z" ; ;'t' -
t who spent the time in Ramsey .' .r! ;,_ -:;, '

with relatives.Mr. ::;,fif s v
Mr. and Mrs. Walter :Morris,
JoAnn and Randy, have returned and Mrs. Michael Steflik I \ ;;:: I
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to their home here aftera and family of Bunnell enjoyed a { ;f.. f'::y y 1yrc
visit in Glasgow, Ky. with his visit to Sarasota: Jungle Gardens

parents, Mr. and :Mrs. W. S. during ,,their recent vacation on ..- '.
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They were accompanied west coast. ;;y aw# :
I on the trip by John Ellis of Or- The visitors mingled with flamingos rc '
I lando. and other rare wildfowl

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oldest incorporated trade association In the country, the ( W\ !
United States Brewers Association, was organized in 1862. . 1
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same year xn Y' wy0C I ,1

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IN FLORIDA, citizens were evading the blockade of the Union ,
Navy, by using small boats to bring in essential weapons and 'to '--#,

supplies for the Confederate armies. After each successful '4. .+-
f' blockade run, many men celebrated with well-earned glassesof I ,<.
beer. You laugh and you talk and you get the feeling you're there ;
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For then, as now, beer was the traditional bev- '
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right there. If shut almost "
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your eyes, you
erage of moderation. But beer means more than V. .

4' njoyment In our state. The Brewing Industry I you can touch each other. That's fun. That's nice! ,. : {
contributes more than 25 million tax dollars to .
Florida each year-money that helps support But really the nicest is do this a
can
part you anytime you*
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schools and
our hospitals, highways. ... -

TODAY,In its centennial year,the United States .feel like feeling good. Like right now! .' ?

Brewers Association still works constantly to as ,
maintenance of high standards of quality .
and propriety wherever beer and ale are served.I ::... '
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PAGE SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA Thursday
, August 23. 1962 \,

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I II are getting revenge will give IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Subscribe '
I to The
dJ.ltv Ja Flagler Tribune
Yr
q tttBy I FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA. THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized
j you a moral victory even if the I IN CHANCERY NO. 45O2 5250 A Year In Advance ; I

earwigs remain as unwanted (,I EVELYN HINTON RYAN Evinrude Dealer I' :
( Hervey Shmp ) Plaintiff
guests. I VS. BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS 'I'I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I
SEVENTH
Don't give your lawn a close I Watch out for army worms in !, WALTER JAMES RYAN Defendant., Dockage Storage Free Ramp i IN' AND FOR JUDICIAL FLAGLER CIRCUIT.COUN- 1M i;

shave when you return from a i the lawn. They can ruin Ber- !I NOTICE TO DEFEND WE FINANCE I LJ, STATE. LORIDA.ROAD DEPARTMENT LAW NO. 873

vacation.A I muda and St. Augustine grassesin THE' STATE WALTER OF JAMES FLORIDA.RYAN TO: 825 Ballough RdDaytonaIN t OF the FLORIDA State of Florida an Agency, of

I I. 31 Tyrell Avenue '1 and .
after Sevin
especially a hurry. or toxaphenewill
crew-cut .
\ I Trenton New Jersey FLAGLER COUNTY a Political
: \ the grass has grown tall and 1 control this pest if used You are hereby notified that a THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I. Subdivision of the State of
1 I suit has been filed against you in FLAGLER COUNTY, "FLORIDA Florida, .I
shaggy-is more torture than I according to the manufacturer'srecommendations. the above entitled cause; and you IN CHANCERY NO. 4494 I Petitioners

\ most grasses can stand. Get the DDT, and old are hereby required to file your an- EMIL F. HAWES SR.. HA.riE :
swer with the Clerk of this Court. Plaintiff 'I M. BOWKLEY. et aU
t grass back in the well groomed standby chemical, will kill the and to serve a copy thereof upon I vs.ESTHER. Defendants. '-
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney KATHLEEN HAWES. NOTICE OF RULE NISI .
in sections of the
habit of nipping only an inch worms some whose name and address Is: Defendant. NOTICE 0. EMINENT DOMAIN ;

Then state. Ray Selden NOTICE TO DEFEND I PIIOCEEDINGScIN
or two at the first cutting. Selden Building TO: THE NAME. AND BY THE 1

I after three to five days, mow AnnualsGet Daytona Beach. Florida THE ESTHER STATE OF KATHLEEN FLORIDA.HAWES AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
not later than September 20th, A.D. l r I the grass down to a height of 1962. 17 Huntington Street TO ALL WHOM IT :MAY CONCERN -

, 2 inches. ready for fall annuals. If you fall to do so. decree pro New Brunswick. New Jersey and to all persons and par- .;:
" Remember, most of the choice confesso will be entered againstyou You are hereby notified that a ties having or claiming any riuht. !
the 1 for the relief demanded in the suit has been filed against you In title. Interest estate mortgage or I
Be to remove heavy
sure annuals are planted during Au- bill of complaint. The nature of the above entitled cause: and you I other lien to or on that certain ,
clipping from the lawn. Leaving gust September and October. said suit being for divorce. are hereby required to file your an- parcel of land. hereinafter described -
WITNESS hand and seal of swer with the Clerk of this Court the following persons together 4..
the clippings on the lawn I For best results. University or- said Court this my 21st day of August. and to serve a copy thereof upon I with all unknown persons .1
claiming by.
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney through or under i
the A. D. 1962.Official .
will almost smother grass I II known who :'I
namental recommend
'specialists persons are dead
is
Seal E. A. SMYTHE whose name and address : I or
I ( ) who are known to be dead ailve
to death. sowing the seeds in a flat. In I I Clerk of said Circuit Court Ray Selden SECTION 13501-2601 or :
Selden Building
Centipede lawns often take on these shallow boxes you can I By Julia R.Deputy Harvey Clerk. Daytona Beach. Floridanot STATE FLAGLER ROAD COUNTY S-305-A :

yellowish cast following leach control conditions better than,I Aug., 23-30 & Sept. 6.134tcS11ATE 1962.later than September 6th A. D. NAME AND ADDRESSES

. ing rains of July and August. if you planted the seed in the OF FLORIDA If you fall to do so decree pro Address Hattie M.Unknown Bowkley

OFFICE, SECRETARY 1 SS will be entered againstyou
You can restore the green confesso SRD NOT"2
flower garden.To OF STATE for the relief demanded in the H. T. BOWKLEY -

;: color back by spraying the insure disease-free seedlings KNOW YE. that I. TOM ADAMS bill of complaint. The nature of Address Unknown
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Secretary of State of the State of said suit being for divorce. SRD NO. 2
grass with an iron sulfate so purchase disease-free seeds I Florida do hereby give notice that WITNESS my hand and seal of Henrietta A. Seibert ,

lution. Apply a spray mixtureof Special Primary Elections will be said Court this 3rd day of AugustA. Address Unknown
," and plant them in clean soil. held in Flagler County on Tuesday D. 1962.SEAL SRD NO.2.
\ ;
-2 teaspoons of the iron com- You can make the soil free of September 11. 1962 and if neces- ( ) E. A. SMYTHE Markley Royer SeibertAddress
Clerk of said Circuit Court Unknown
of water sary a second Special Primary
. pound per 3 gallons per Julia R. Harvey SRD NO. 2 jI
most germs, weed seeds and Election on Tuesday. September 25, By
50 square feet of lawn area. 1962 for the purpose of selecting Deputy Clerk Markley Russell Seibert
soil pests by baking the earthin nominees of recognized political Aug. 9-16-U-30-4tc I 127 South 9th Street ,.
Chelated iron also *. .
products are Reading Pennsylvania
candidates in
an oven for an hour anda parties to become APPLICATION FOR SRD NO. 2
recommended for the general election on November NOTICE OF
coloring a
up
Cyrus W. Royer
half at 170 degrees. TAX DEED
6, 1962 for the office of State Attorney -
washed out colored lawn.Don't Prior to planting, treat the Seventh Judicial Circuit. Notice is hereby given that n.W. Address SRD Unknown NO. 2

become alarmed if Flagler County.IN Deen Jr.. Bunnell, Florida the SECTION 73501-2601
you seed to preyent decay, pre- TESTIMONY WHEREOF. II I holder of the following certificates STATE ROAD S305AFLAGLER

discover earwigs in your lawn.A damping-off and oth- have hereunto set my hand and has filed said certificates for a tax COUNTYDESCRIPTIONS
emergence, deed to be Issued thereon. The
caused the Great Seal of the Stateof .
of home have
number owners er ailments. It takes only a Florida to be affixed at Tallahassee certificate numbers and years of SRD NO. 2 RIGHT OF WAY
them. this the Fifteenth issuance the description of the That of:
the
I reported Capital part
couple of minutes to treat a day of August A. D. 1962. property and the names in whichit The E% of Section 4. Township
These vicious looking little was assessed are as follows: 14 South. Range 29 East
package of seed. All you do is (SEAL) TOM ADAMS :
Certificate No. 7, of issuance
insects startle However Secretary of State. year lying within 60 feet on each side
may you. tear off a corner of the packet, Aug. 23-30 & Sept. 63tcIN 1960.' I of the survey line of State Road
t-. the conspicuous pair of Certificate No 7. year of issuance S-305-A. Section 73501. said survey
toss in a small pinch of seed THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT 1961. line being described as follows:
hooks at the end of their abdo- protectant through the openingand IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY Certificate No. 24. year of Issu- Begin on the South line of Sec-

belies their looks. FLORIDA. FILE NO. 625 ance 1962.Description. tion 4, aforesaid at a point 320.26
men' Earwigsdo
mix it with .the! seed by IN RE: ESTATE OF, of property covering feet West of the Southeast cornerof
not live up to the super. David Stevenson. Deceased. above three (3) certificates: said Section 4. and run North
shaking the packet. Spergon, NOTICE OF PROBATE Tract 2. Block 3. Sec. 21; Twp. 01'21'3 stition of attacking people in I Arasan and Semesan are TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTEDIN 12S; R. 29E. 20 acres. Name in beginning of a curve concave to
among
the THE ESTATE OF SAID DE- which assessed: Bernard Stiller. the Southwesterly and having a
ear. the chemicals you may chooseto CEDENT: Certificate No. 6. year of issuance radius of 1146.28 feet: thence a-
Dr. A. N. Tissot, University of You are hereby notified that a 1960. long said curve through a central
use for treating seeds. written instrument purporting to Certificate No. 5. year of issuance angle of 2021'45", a distance of
Florida Agricultural Experiment the last will and testament of 1961. 407.25 feet to end of curve; thence .
Station When the plants are about 2 said be decedent has been admittedto Certificate No. 22. year of issu- North 21-43'15". West 1058.65 feet :

entomologist, says ear- inches high in the flats, trans- probate in said Court. ance 1962.Description. to the beginning of a curve con-
wigs are harmless to humans You are hereby commanded withIn of property covering cave to the Southwesterly and
plant them to another box, six calendar months from the above three (3) certificates: having a radius of 1146.28 feet; \
and are not apt to damage thence along said curve througha
of this
of the first publication Block St. Johns De-
spacing them about 2 inches date in said Court and Tract 1. 12. central angle of 1646'30", a distance -
notice to Subdivision. Sec. 19
lawns. appear velopment Co. ; of 335.50 feet to the end of -
apart. Before settingthe plantsin show cause if any you can why Twp. 12S; R. 29E; 20 acres. Namein curve; thence North 3829'45 West
He says they are commonly the action of said Court in admit- which assessed: M. Voss.
[ 267.38 feet to- the begnlnlng of
the garden, harden them to said will to probate shouldnot a
found beneath boards, in woodpiles ting All of said property being in the curve concave to the Northeasterlyand 1
stand unrevoked.Seal
i wind and sun. County of Flagler. State of Florida. having a radius of 1146.28
under leaves and In other ( ) T. JoflagCouny Unless such certificate or certifi- feet; thence along said curve
t. Annuals that can plant shall be redeemed accordingto t
you cates through a central angle of 3753"
material.
plant They become from until October include County, Florida. law the property described In a distance of 757.67 feet to end
noticeon
now First publication of this such certificate certificates will of
or thence
numerous in well kept lawns. curve; North 00'36'45"1Veat
i alyssum, baby's breath blue- 2nd day of August 1962. be sold to the highest bidder at 2569.96 feet to the North
Earwigs are largely scavengers August 2-9-16-23-Uc the Court House door on the first line of said Section 4. at a point
African daisy, brdwallia, butter- Monday In the month of September 1282.98 feet West of the North-
feeding on dead and decaying IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 1962. which is the 3rd day of east corner of said Section 4.
I flower calendula
fly callippsis COUNTY FLORIDA.
.t organic matter. They rarely FLAGLER September. 1962. The land herein described con-
candy turft, cape marigold, car- IN CHANCERY NO. 44O6 Dated this 7th day of August tains 9.106 acres more or less exclusive -
damage plants.In MICHAEL MONTECALVO 1962. of area in existing road
nation, Chinese forget-me-not, Plaintiff, (SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE right of way.OWNED .
the event you find earwigsare vs. Clerk of Circuit Court of BY: Cyrus W. Royer.
cornflower Flora's
paintbrush, :MARY LANDOLFI MONTECALVO Flagler County. Florida. and Hattie M. Bowkley and her
becoming a nuisance, you painted-tongue pansy phlox, Defendant. Aug. 9-16-23-30-4tc husband. H. T. Bowkle Markley
NOTICE TO DEFEND Russell Seibert.
Markley Royer
can try chlordane or i
toxaphene. pink, snapdragon, Statice, stock THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Siebert and Henrietta A. siebert-
Many of the earwigs will sur- MARY LANDOLFI MONTECALVOco FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA SECTION 73501-2601
and verbena. New Jersey State Hospital STATE ROAD S-305-A
IN CHANCERY NO. 4495 I
vive the insecticide
application. Trenton New Jersey ELIZABETH JANE CAUSEY FLAGLER COUNTY
However the feeling that you Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune You are hereby notified that a Plaintiff. RULE NISI
suit has been filed against you in vs. TAKE NOTICE that a Declara-
the above entitled cause; and you :MERLE EDWARD CAUSEY. SR.Defendant.. tion of Taking has been filed In
52.50 A Year In Advance are hereby required to file your an- the above-styled cause by the Petitioners.
swer with the Clerk of this Court the acquiring authorityof
NOTICE TO DEFEND
and to serve a copy thereof upon TO these proceedings of the takingof
THE STATE OF FLORIDA :
the
above-described
land for the
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney, MERLE EDWARD CAUSEY. SR.
NO PAL PARKER'S. INC. purpose set forth in the Petition
is
and address :
whose name 47 Edgeview Road filed in this cause viz: As rightof
Automotive Specialty Center Ray Selden Keyport. New Jersey way for a portion of State
Selden Building You are hereby notified that a Road No. S305Flagler County.
BRAKES RELINED C1&85
I Daytona Beach. Floridanot suit has been filed against you in Florida and that the Honorable
MONEYDOWN PARTS AND LABOR later than September 13th A. D. the above entitled cause; and you Howell W. Melton one of the

FOnDCIIEVnOLETPITMONTHOTHERS 1962. are hereby required to file your an- Judges of the Seventh Judicial Cir-
19.95 If you fail to do so. decree pro swer with' the Clerk of this Court cuit of Florida will on 23rd day
540 Mason Ave. Daytona confesso will be entered againstyou and to serve a copy thereof upon of August. 1962. at 1:30 P.M. in
for the relief demanded in the the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney the Flagler County Courthouse at
bill of complaint. The nature of whose name and address is: Bunnell. Florida consider said
said suit being 'for divorce. Ray Selden Declaration of Taking appoint appraisers -
NOTICE WITNESS my hand and seal of Selden Building and make such order as
Notice Is hereby given that the said Court this 9th day of AugustA. Daytona Beach. Floridanot the Court deems proper. All par-
City assessment roll will be sub- D. 1962.Official later than September 6th. A. D. ties to the suit and all parties
mitted t the City of Bunnell. Florida for Clerk of said Circuit Court I If you fail to do so. decree pro heard nated. at the time and place desig
a approval on Wednesday the 5th By Julia R. Harvey confesso will be entered against
and each of
day of September. A. D. 1962. at Deputy Clerk you for the relief demanded in the J I You. YOUb are hereby
.2r&EOROOM'
: commanded to filing
,. .... . 'R .;:'- :,;- in the office of the Aug.. 16-23-30 & Sept. 6-4tc an
+." _..._"".....,, """"V'--- 8:00 p. m. City bill of Complaint. The nature of Answer to the Petition filed In this
Clerk. said suit being for divorce cause in the above-entitled Courton
ONLY $3580 All persons desiring to have cor- NOTICE OF ELECTIONBe WITNESS my hand and seal of or before September 7. 1962.
rections in such roll whether in it known that I. Tom Adams. said Court this 3rd day of AugustA. to show what right, title, interest.
the listing or the valuation of Secretary of State of the State of D. 1962.SEAL or liens you. or any of you. havein
FOR ONLY 12 YEARS property, or otherwise are hereby Florida do hereby give notice thata ( ) E. A. SMYTHE or to any of the above-described
required to file with the City Clerk GENERAL ELECTION will be Clerk of said Circuit Court land and show cause why the same
INSIDE FINISHING or at the meeting their petition held in Flagler County State of By Julia R. Harvey should not be taken for the use
setting forth their objections to Florida on Tuesday next succeed Deputy Clerk. and purpose set forth in the Pe-
such assessments and the correc- ing the first Monday in November. Aug. 9-16-23-30-4tc tition filed herein.
,MATERIALS AVAILABLEAT'EXTRA tions which they desire to have A. D.. 1962, the said Tuesday being WITNESS my hand 'and the seal
I theSIXTH IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN of said Court on this July %5th.A. .
COSTs made.Mrs. DAY OF NOVEMBERFor AND FOR FLAGLER COUN D. 1962.
.
C.
Nancy Rodgers United States Senator from I (SEAL) A. SMYTHE.
TY. FLORIDA. FILE NO. 625
Clerk
100 -amp. .l.ctrtcal wiring wild City Clerk of Bunnel. Florida the State of Florida. IN RE: ESTATE OF of the Circuit Court.
(witch** and wtl.Is Aug. 23-30=2tc For Representative In Congressfor David Stevenson. Deceased. Flagler County. Florida.H. .

a light fixtvr the Eighth Congressional Dis- NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo T. Cook. County Attorney

.. Oypmw wallboardN) trict. all persons having claims or Flagler County

.. 3 pUc bath ..t, lncli d.t hit. mIJt 3Haglrr Qlrihtinr For Two (2) Justices of the Supreme demands against the Estate of AND Bunnell. Florida
\ Court. DAVID STEVENSON deceased:
commad
and
j lavatory For Judge of the District Courtof You are hereby notified to file James E. Moore
D..ubU link with kittWi cabinet.: Appeal for the First Appellate your claims or demands in the office Holland Building

30 solo dbl...Umnt w..... Mae, nUlELL.. FLORIDA District. of the County Judge at his office Tallahassee Counsel for FloridaOf the Petitioners.

,la.* tin** with 10 your warranty For one Circuit Judge of theSevenl.h in the courthouse of Flagler IN CIRCUIT COURT,

.-21/4*b.'. ....eI;.. Judicial Circuit. I County. Florida in Bunnell. Flagler of the _
o All l."d. doors MRS. Yo D. FULLER Editor For Two (2) Railroad and Pub- County. Florida within six (6) SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
of
lic Utilities Commissioners.For calendar months from the time In and for
f rie. may vary according to local one Member of the Houseof the first publication of this notice. FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDAI.
cods and transportation cott_ Designated Official Publicationfor Representatives.For Each claim or demand must be E. A. FMYTHE. as Clerk of
2 Members of the ,Board of In writing and contain the placeof the Circuit Court in and for said
o o Public Notices of Flagler County Commissioners.For residence and postofflce address County and State do hereby certify
3 Members of the Board of of the claimant and must be swornto that the above and foregoing Is
County Municipalities thereinand Public Instruction.For by the claimant his agent or a true and correct copy of NOTICEOF
Clerk of the Circuit Courts attorney. RULE NISI In the case of
the State of Florida For Tax Collector.For Each claimant (or creditor) must STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT OF
Commissioner of the Florida: also deliver a sufficient number of FLORIDA and FLAGLER COUN-
Inland Navigation District.For copies of his claim as recorded and TY. vs. HATTIE 1.!. BOWKLEY. et
Entered as second class matter Judge of the Small Claims filed in the office of the County al MM the name apnear of record in
I Court. Judge to said County Judge to enable LAW CASE NO. 87%. Flagler Coun-
JIM WALTER CORP. February 6. 1913. at the postofflce In the County Judge to mail a ty Records.IN .

P. O. Box 782 at Bunnell. Florida under_act of have Testimony hereunto Whereof set my I copy to each personal representative WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
of said estate. hereunto set my hand and affixed
PALATKA, FLORIDA March 3. 1876. hand and affixed the Dated: July ',7. A.D. 1962. my official seal on this 25th dayof
(SEAL) Great Seal of the Stateof
DORIS NADLNE STEVENSON July, A. D. 1962. .
Phone EA 55971 Florida at STRIPLINGas (SEAL) Clerk A. SMYTHE

One year ..._.___..__._$2.50 seethe Capital.Tall&hU-1 executrix of the estateof Circuit Court
6th day of the estate of DAVID J afUer County Florida.
Jill! WaleT/za Six months $1.25 TOM ADAMSSECRETARY STEVENSON. deceased. By Julia R. Harvey -
OF First publication on: 8262. Deputy Clerk.
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Thursday, August 23, 1962 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN ,

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Everything comes to him, who Tenth of Earth's I I small, mountain glaciers glistenin I of their chief attractions were won second place in the Goodyear
I
I hustles while he waits.Thomas many parts of the world. Any i melting away, but are now i District Award Program in

; A. Edison. local climatic changes, such as I making a comeback. ; Florida.
Surface Still Lies
greater snowfall and lower temperatures I The Flagler SCD won this honor

affect these small ice: Planting A GlacierEnterprising in competition with 58 other
Under GlaciersGlaciers inhabitants'of an I
CLASSIFIEDI '
fields. : Soil Conservation District in
arid region of northern Pakistan
that covered much of Florida.
Glaciers are still being formed' are trying to solve a water I
the earth during the Ice Age Districtsare
The Soil Conservation
by snow accumulating-on gentle shortage problem in the villageof
I
left lasting effects in climate judged on such activities as
slopes. Weight presses the lower I Bunji by planting a new gla-
Listings under tfcto beading areS and geography.Four layers into clear, granular ice.I cier. They began by selecting a amount of assistance to coopera-
centa per word each lasertloa. ing farmers, cooperation with
75 eent Im minimum daarse- times the great ice sheets Like frozen rivers they flow I favorable spot above 16,000 feet

,! FOR 'RENT-2 bedroom duplex. ground down from the polar re- down mountain sides. I and digging a deep pit. other such organizations other activities and agenciesand as,

Nicely furnished on corner of gions. First Canada and Scan- Glaciers !that meet the sea i Then relay teams of villages I speaking contests, land judging

6th St. and Ocean Shore Blvd., dinavia, then parts of Europeand calve treacherous icebergs. The I carried a large slice of ice from''contests, tours and demonstra- ..

Flagler Beach. Call HE 9.2012 the United' States were sub giant blocks break off and follow i a nearby glacier and buried it tions, newsletters, news articles
merged in the inexorable flows,
evenings.' 8-23-ltp wandering currents deep I in the hole with special chemi- and so on.Chairman.
miles thick in places. The ice
jfcres into shipping lanes.' cals and herbs. The method of R. W. Deen, Jr., of
FOR SALE-144 of extra extended over 28 per cent of the I Iearth's I
the which deter the District said
preparations Flagler upon
Weather the
conditions
over
good farm land with 6 inch wells, land area, scouring the I
good drainage. Rt. 1, Box 210, face of the earth and driving I I II last century suggests a warming, melting, has become a secret receiving notice of the award:
tradition, known in this "I'm that our district J
only disapponited
trend. The icecaps on Antarctica -
or call HE 92012. 8.23.ltp animal life before it. l
I I and Greenland appear to area where glaciers have been didn't win first place, but

WANTED-T >t on A1A. State -The relentless force carved be shrinking I planted in the past. II I am pleased that we were recognized -

size, location, price. Write P.O. out the face .of North America. However, some scientists believe If the glacier takes root dur- by placing second in
Box 293, Flagler Beach. Glaciers formed the Great Lakes ing the winter and begins to the award program."
that the earth may be approaching -
\ 8-23-ltp and gouged deep valleys. They the peak of a warm grow, it will reward the local I Had the local district won

picked up vast quantities of soil Pakistanis with an ever first place, one member of the '
FOR SALE-1954 G.M.C. Refrig- interglacial period. Recent stud Increas-I
and rock and turned :the debris ing supply of water board of supervisors and one cooperating
erated :Milk Truck. mile southof ies show that some isolated glaciers
into hills and Flagler Beach Pier. Forest are actually advancing,
Ij .
the board would have received
try's greatest rivers were born j -
Fruit Stand. 8-23-ltp while others are growing thicker.
from melting waters at the edgesof an expense paid trip to the
in
The Commander Glacier
A\"fED-By reliable private the great ice fields. I British Columbia has traveled CONSERVATION Goodyear Experimental Farm in

party, an acre of land or slightlyless The last Arizona.
major ice sheet may 800 feet in six y ars. The two
on which to build a retirement have retreated only 10,000 years largest glaciers In Norway are I By
home. Must be in good '
ago. again on the ,march, though NEWS i KINGSTONIANS' ENGLISH
location water not on Tilman W., Robinson
,
good
Formed From Snow
both had shrunk considerablybefore Kingston, Jamaica, with a
ocean. Reply Tribune Box FF, Today a tenth of the earth's 1950, The Goodyear Tire and RubberCo. I I population of 380,000, ranks as

Bunnell. _tfc surface still lies under ponderous Naturalists at Glacier National has announced from Akron,!I the Western Hemisphere's largest

PRE-SCHOOL NURSERYMonday I ice. Antarctica and Green- Park in Montana are 'pleased Ohio, that the Flagler Soil Con- I English-speaking city, south

t' through Friday. Fenced-in I land account for most of ,it, but with chillier weather there. Some I jservation District, Bunnell, has]I of Miami

play area. Faye Robinson, 304

South Forsythe Street, Bunnell.
.
11' Phone ID 73484. Aug. 16--3tpIf -

I' FOR SALE OR TRADE-What

have you for $4,000.00equity CBS

f.. constructed, tile roof and teraz-

za floors, 5-room house on 80

: by 125 ft. waterfront lot. Palm RENTALAPARTMENTS

r Circle, Flagler Beach. HE 9-2174, :, '

:Aug. 94tcWANTED .
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I man with Additional car needed full for Raw-time .; : _ i . ... CHOICE LOCATION . . I '

j leigh 'busIness in Flagler Co. .
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\ Selling experience helpful but : : "\ ::; ,: '
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not required. See or write Raw- :, '
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J leigh FAH-360-250, Memphis '

I Tenn. Aug. 216.233tp '- .

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DUE TO PROMOTION Watkins .
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j' has opening in !this area for live- : for .
Available to responsible tenants
, wire man, 23 to 64. Route work. .: occupancy ,
Earn $75.00 to $150.00 per week. '
Car necessarY For personal interview : .. '
approximately September ,
1,1962 .
"
in your area, write,Field. : ..;, , .

I man 659 West Peachtree St NE., ., ; ' i .' ':'jI "J" ..
Atlanta. Aug. 9-4tc : ;
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EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE FOUR bedroom with .
I 1 furnished. All with
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On TV, Radios, Hi-Fi, Sewing ; ; ,.,. .
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' Machines, Vacuum Cleaners and tile bath and windowsills. .. '- r's _: ,
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'I all small appliances. All 'work .' . . . ;; ; .
guaranteed. Ormond Hardware, : :. " ':" ': '.
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j Ormond Beach, Fla. Phone 677- : .

! ; 4414. May 17-tic : . All apartments equipped with stove and refrige ator--central heat- .

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FOR RENT OR SALE-3 bedroom . i
i'!, house at north end of Palmetto conditioning drapes tile floor wall
ing---air
,: ---storage--- --- or to wall
Flagler Beach, on boat '

.,I, ceptional canals, cool value pleasant, beautiful living, ex-interior ,. carpeting. Available outlets for washer-dryer and soft water. ' i

;,, and exterior $90.00 per .
i month for September 1 occu- . \ ;
pancy. Contact present renters .

r, or Alexander Lumber Co., Day- ''::rv._ .. :. Signed. ., leases with first and last month's rent payable in advance :
!of' .
tona Beach, Florida. 7-20-TF _
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Ocean front housekeeping apartments "t. . .' .. -. .

I 1 and 2 bedrooms com- ,

pete with linens and all utilities. ., FOR INFORMATION WRITEAPARTMENTSI. .

Sun deck,. fishing, swimming, .
J loafing. Day, week or month. /'

Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach.,I
HE 9.2082 7-6tf BUNNELL Inc.
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I PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday, August 23, 1962 /


I radios for an hour or more. per cent gain over 1960. Manu-were 5.7 million barrels of Jet
: Observation of i
:iAigir & Tricks are played with all facturing plants dropped con fuel used by the military forces ",

Chart types of communications. Some- sumption slightly with an 11 and 3.6 million barrels used by
Satellites
how, a provocative telephone million barrel total. Vessels, In- the aviation industry. These
Continued From Page 4 conservation between two peoplein cluding bunkering tankers, volumes were up 6 per cent and
Changes in Corona New York City, who thought accounted for 2.7 million barrels,I j 54 per cent respectively. Kero

\ Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Weksler Continued, From Page 1 .they had complete privacy, was up slightly, and railroads use I sene, also excluded from the
of Springfield, Ohio, are now residing -
f transposed to a radio program I totaled 2.3 million barrels, up above, amounted to 3.4 million
at 205 Flagler Avenue. gases, including many mundane ; and enjoyed by millions. 12 per cent. I barrels, down 15 per cent from1960.'K
Their son, John, has now re- I
T. iron and nickel.
such
await elements as r' The first Orbiting Solar "The cooling and heating of
to
turned to Springfield
ionizes electric- I
Extreme heat or
Ob-I
launched in Florida homes and commercial
call with the servatory,
his active duty
the atoms creating
He returned ally charges I 1962, has already added to buildings consumed 4 million West Berlin has grown up likea
Navy in September. -
there with Mrs. Smith and the light of the corona. picture of the corona. The suc- barrels, an increase of 18 per I miracle from the ruins left by

family who had been guests of Photographs taken during cess makes ,it perhaps the most cent:, partially accounted for bya bombing of World War II. Some
the Wekslers.Mrs. eclipses show rays, loops, and important scientific satellite to colder winter last year. Laun- 200,000 new residences have been
domes in the coronal structure. date. dries, heavy equipment and provided enough :to house more

Jack: Robinson, Jr., has When the sun is dotted with The second in the OSO seriesis trucks, the military forces anda than half a million people. Every -
returned: to her home here from sunspots, the rays protrude I scheduled for 1963, and more combination of miscellaneoususers usable scrap of rubble went
the Winter Haven Hospital where equally around the sphere. But are expected to follow as 1970, combined to account for into the rebuilding. The rest,
she recently underwent surgery. when the spots are few, :the rays I the target year for the lunar the 6.2 million barrels balanceof piled in huge mounds, was
extend only from the equatorial flight, nears. Solar activity will last year's consumption."Not planted with flowers and grassto

, Mr. and Mrs. Brady Wads- zone. The patterns suggest then be at the peak of a cycle, included in the above provide hilly park scenery.
great magnetic forces at work. .and to
; worth and family ,of Jesup, ,Ga., danger space voyagers
; are vacationing at the Allen No one is sure how the X- will be greatest. .. i
I* home on AlA. rays are formed from the hot:, VACATIONSAre ,
turbulent corona, but activity you taking your vacation trip without adequate
i within the sun seems to con- Fuel Oil Use In insurance protection? For short-term or long-term I

TransCanadaHighway trip-surance, see us. Wherever whenever
trol their flow. The number. you go you
solar storms and flares rises.State Shows GainThe go. However you go-GO PROTECTED

Began and falls in an 11-year cycle.J use of fuel oils in Flor SEE H. T. COOK AGENCY .I

This affects the intensity of ida stepped up last year by 11 General Insurance I
Forty Years Ago radiation streaming toward the per cent over 1960 to mark the BUNNELL FLORIDA I
earth first annual gain. in fuel oil
t., Forty years ago a man planted I
Silences Radios
consumption in the state since
i a sign, reading "Vancouver
[f 5,000 Miles," in the soil of Nova Normal radiation ionizes a' 1957, the Florida State Chamberof f "
Ii" Scotia and drove off in his car. layer in the. earth's atmospherethat Commerce reports.
He made the trip all right- aids radio transmission. 'Total use' came to almost 42 24 HourVVrecker

i, using scores of ferries over rivers I.However,.. an exceptionally million barrels, vitually twice Service
f'_' and lakes, and by fitting locomotive strong burst can break this cycle the 1950 consumption in the
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his fort down completely and silence state. The peak consumptionyear
f, wheels to car
rail travel in the Rockies. But still remains 1957 when 46 Flagler Truck & Tractor Co
vacationers and travelers. million barrels were used. De-
r;: it was a major expedition.
British Columbia With all its convenience and clines up to 11 per cent followed MASSEYFERGUSONGrove
r; Now Victoria, -
r: and St. John's Newfoundland scenic beauty, the longest na- that year as other fuels were Farm Industrial Equipment
ends tional highway in the world has ; made available in Florida.
'standing at opposite
::
I still another advantage dear to I "Electric and gas plants in VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7.3242
: of the second largest countryon
the hearts of motorists-It is'' the state together consumed 15.7 Owner Bunnell l, Florida
earth, are linked by a superb I II II 1
main street-the Trans- toll-free. barrels of oils last, year, a 19 .

Canada, Highway. I
The 5,000-mile, billion dollar
I i
roadway connects all ten
..
nadian provinces, says the ca-I
tional Geographic Society.
than 500 bridges span water

ways along the, route. Ar .

,f.o',4 Dream Since 1885. _-. :__ -_ .. NOW'S . ,
;. The highway serves about 90
_____
percent of Canada's population,
and it has been a dream of the

nation since the completion of :
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the Canadian Pacific Railway in THE TIME ) ;'.
1885. Work began in :the de-
.
pression years, but was halted -
CHEVROLET BEL AIR 4-DOOR SEDAN
7)# by World War II. In 1949, the ,. \
; National Government at Ottawa

passed the Trans-Canada High
\
,
.
way Act to subsidize construction .foraonceayearbuy :? .
t, of the highway by the vari- .. ,
ous provinces. '. '

The last link-a 92-mile "

stretch in Glacier National Park

-- -opened on July 30, 1962, end-' on just the one t
ing what had been called "the '
world's longest detour." This want! :: --J .
was a loop of 177 miles around you ii-j: I
the Bing Bend of the Columbia
River. CHEVY: n NOVA DOOR STATION WACON ..

Eastward from British Columbia '"

the Trans-Canada Highway .
passes through the Prairie Provinces vacation :
Getting ready for a s .
of Alberta, Saskatchewan, trip couldn't be easier: pick 4f # ,
;and Manitoba. At times the road a Chevrolet, pack your family V Y ,
stretches to the horizon unbroken and go. And that first part is a r-N .ff: ,
;
"by hill or curve. Distances shrinkat easiest of all with what your i: \
the 70-mile-an-hour speed Chevrolet dealer has to pick (

limit. from..The Jet-smooth Chevrolet, ... I
Through western Ontario wil- America's favorite family car, ;- J
dernesses, the road leads to the with a ride that only seems J If

thickly settled shores of the St expensive; the Chevy II, about .
Lawrence River. The French- as lively and luxurious as you CHEVY II NOVA 4-DOOR SEDAN t

speaking Quebec, long a hold- can get for a low, low price; the '
out from the highway project sporty Corvair, a rear-engine
has joined its own road systemto ? beauty that just refuses to be -

the Trans-Canada, however, run-of-the-mill. One of these . ,
4-doors (or a two-door for that
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to it to the Maritime Prov- .
carry matter) is sure to fit your fam -; .. ::. :. ...,: .,. .,..
Has inces Own on the Park Atlantic. ily and budget just fine. So- ;:;z. r

System okay-what are you waiting for? _
Unified dimensions and stand
ards maintain the quality of the '

highway over its entire length.
For the most part:, it is a wide 1-i : ( in\\ not/1 COEVAIR biOvZADOOR SEDAN '

two-laner, but additional lanes
have been added where traffic

Is heavy. I
See the Jet-smooth Chevrolet, Chevy II and Corvair at local authorized Chevrolet dealer's < :'
Though the Trans-Canada ._ ........ .. r. .. r .... .. ........._... ..your ..
passes through many of the .
country's national parks and

its recreation own recreational areas, the road facilities.has I ::. HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY

Picnic places every 50 miles and ', -
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:: f EASY TERMS These are all new appliances just, as they came from the factory. 1 '

I 7 Huge'24ft'picture-window oven..perfect baking advertised. No l
1 *ALL burners light automatically .. Every. appliance is nationally seconds, no rejects, i
: '" AH!'porcelain speed broiler inferior.f You know that prices continue to We \ r rjDopendable'ctock
4, Fuil-width fluorescent lamp. _, \ none go up. may. :
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7 with 6G minute timer ** J q V t f--: : ,
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F. sta-COolful..iengt .door handles : 'not ever to bargains.Ve open : ,
'7&Appliance outlet -
SOLO SERVICED AND GUARANTEED_BY YOUR QUALITY NOR6E DEALER 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. .during this sale. Come early. ; ...t
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Extra Long Life for

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Frost Guard is faster. .more efficient
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ti frost systems using old fashioned
electric heaters. to you m perfect performance -

t_ Frost.Guard is more, reliable thansingletube of every
no-frost systems that .J
i i force.one tube'to do the work of,two. appliance. J

.1 Big 2.hllbic foot zero-degree' We live here. We ;'i

food freezer with separate door 1:
.-.-- pay taxes. We support 4
S Handy freezer door storage \
-" our churches l
Two door shelves, m adfrstaHe# r
schools our city and '
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Two-percela'Hi vegetable : j'
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Butter comp artleeet ,
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Removable egg rack are ;

Model 12.9 cu.TB-403 ft here. All we have is -

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20 ce.ft. apd jrloe/, too!
Only 2S wlcto,2&H1 fcfeh,lfft' dwp 9 Verililates-providcsfrcshair.wiAor
Here's convenience;that -- without Co9 Iii1g. >
rivals styWd at any price,1 .
SafelyRrshFEATURES and it':yours now at fabulous savings! THIS-- -IS A FACSIMILE-- I OF THE 0 11..t brs-removes nest dust and pollen
... NEMA SEAL When the actual seal is .from the klr.
INCLUDES, S t ty-Ute affixed to a room air conditioner, it signifies a DIhUntidfkes-Wrings gaAlons of ,
.. Handle with Lock. that the nameplate BTU/Hr is t
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DriWaHCondenser
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I' | "Power ICIng Counterbalanced keeps Association. S Infinite Fan-Speed Cohtrolt -
,. Compressor 1 lid at touch exterior dry . select any speed from quiet SLOW to :
: opens .' .' ,. .',. .' ,. .. FAST. _

t i '. 9. Cold Safety-Guard Control 2 baskets removable Beautiful interior-' cofqrstyled . .. oS. ., Automatic Temperature .pehtrel :. !

I EXrltA.POWEltFULposition. thermostat maintains i \ t
Custom-Formed Automatic interior -yearoo.d n temperature at whatever comfort level
1 3', insulation light protection plan COOLING you choose. .
, : / Three Rotator Air Director
SOLD, SERVIttD AND GUARANTEED BY YOUR QUALITY NORGE DEALER .' FOR MORE .i

. BARGAIN PRICED <" "p As Low Ast

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: ::. . I FOOD] There is nothing "iust: as good as" General Electric . "
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f in easy reach and requires (less {}t; :., -1
then 6 sq. ft of floorspace.
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SOAP SCUM AND
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*_._ .CLOGS.. tta E..l.d..t.t..1,.t.r.ur..1 $2995 ON TOP. . el.ua

: ',I.. J,,J,.. CABINET .
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\ ;&o tr.Q. was $39.95 AND TUB II
I *Bell timer signw end of '
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vm period
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. a .tn.iA J MO,. "ff Norge safety wringer Pulls. cool! air In, draws .
I _. rr; stale afr,out.
Ar S ea<7 rolling casters : ,
l 9 Rain will not damage x<
$12'9'-- *Heaty duty 1/3 H.P.motor ;
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IL II. and dryers ,
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;,\'1.1/r NO-TUUBLE CYCLES years of satisfactory .
<<'K.4?: (for delicate things you dare Model UA-30V
not tumbte-dry)
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? 3 Air-dry,no tumbling Resists rust scratches and
4 Heat-dry, no tumbling '
practically no Upstains.. . easier to clean, too 'y .

- Remember. Durable,porcelain-enameled finish gives added life .r.
keep
t \ THE. NORQE HAMPER DOR.HELPS.YOU TOQ1, 'and beauty to this washer. Exclusive Surgilator !
Clicks o tyt to S sand isafflionr'' ; agitator creates a "million" penetrating water cur-
: we service' what rents to rout even deep-down dirt from clothes. :.
Magic-Mix dispenser filter blends in detergent,
M: ;. a byi..E" sell. When filters out lint...all automatically!NORMAL CYCLE
a:: we you
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"'"' ;' wash-rinse temps, toot! Come see it! *Tmk. :
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b't Use of trademark@ and RCA by Whirlpool Corporation,manufacturer ; J
P\2'i'+r : of RCA WHIRLPOOL owttorited Radio Corporation of America.AUTOMATIC .
appliances by
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t New Easy-Set Oven Timer- :
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Oven S "Starlight Grey" Oven Interiors- 3 More Days '
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Doors Lift Off to Clean

i --:-- Focused Heat Broilers-Washable Broil _:
Unit With Enclosed Coils For Sink CleaningS

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'. real ;','( mm
can save you
.,' ; Big 19-inch* "Daylight Blue" '. Built-in telescoping antenna
r mony during this < :..'- t square-cornered screen . fully adjustable 1'*.!*'>*',.'
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t Hy-Power 1m- Foldaway.luggagetype. car
. ',..?:::.. sale on proved fringe area reception rying handle

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Oven Big Enough For Holiday Baking
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