Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00650
 Material Information
Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: June 28, 1962
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
Volume ID: VID00650
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33426131
alephbibnum - 001024369

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The gate to the city dump is ContestAt AT GIRLS STATE

Play 'I open each week on Monday and Beauty Barbara Weaver of Flagler Specified For :' ,

Tuesday from 8 A.M. to 5 P.M.
Starts TodayThe Also on Wednesday from 12 noon Flagler Beach Beach, Girls State representativefrom
I.to5P.M. Flagler .County, was elect- Beginner Group
ed to the House of Representatives. -
Summer Recreation Little j I The Bunnell city commissioners The annual Fourth of July} j I The Bunnell High
League will open play at 2 0'- I will appreciate the. public's celebration at Flagler: Beach will I swimming
; She was also selected to singin program got off to a fine
clock today (Thursday) at the I I cooperation in hauling garbageand begin Tuesday, July: '3rd, :with start
June 25
the Chapel Choir at FSlf last with 125
new softball field. par.
trash to the dump at these the Fourth Annual Miss Florida ticipants.In .
At the present time we have Sunday. Miss Weaver was spon-
specified days and hours. East Coast Beauty ,Contest.
three teams organized, but we I 4-- sored for the Girls State session order to aid in the instru-

would like to form at least one On Wednesday, th :;fourth'se. by the Bunnell Unit of the tional swimming, we would like

more team, so if any boys are Standard Oil Station inning at 10 o'clock the 'races' American Legion Auxiliary for all beginning swimmers in.-

: interested in playing,. please be horseshoe pitching contests and There are 264 girls attending!.Group I and II to report for

.. at the field today Coach McGriff Changes Operators watermelon eating contest will the American Legion Auxiliary swimming at 9 o'clock. Group
said. be held on the beach and in sponsored mythical state gov- I III, report at 10:15, and the!nt
J. J. Kelley has bought the .
The following is a roster of I I the city park.Wednesday ernment. It is a week-long participation termediates and swimmers group
lease of the Standard Oil Station .
the teams and their schedules: in city, county and report at 11: o'clock, Coach 1rlc-
the of S. evening at8 o'
on corner High- Griff
t.state government practice. said.
TIGERS-Bill Harris, Benny
clock there will be the fireworks
way 1 and State Highway 11 in gala
Geller Gordon Worley, Earl Rice, In order to eliminate
any con-
Bunnell. Kelley purchased the display on the!..oceani! fusion
Geller James Robertson, students living
Johnny In
lease from A. M. McDaniel who front. The fireworks provided
Mike John Tim- Tribune Plant In Bunnell are requested to
Durrance Cody,
has operated the station for the through the courtesy of the Town I at their -i
my Spicer, Ray Smith. assigned times only.
of Beach.Registration .
past eight years. Flagler I
PIRATES Bobby Robinson, State of ConfusionThe All students are reminded
Mr. Kelley formerly operatedthe for the !
Mike Dozier, Glen Carle, Herby that dances will be held every
Texaco Station on Highway i contestants will be held at the Tribune plant has been Wednesday .
McKelvin, Paul Barrod, Harry night at the Civic
1 and Howe St. Dean Peterson Flagler Beach Hotel which will in a state of utter confusion the Center from 8
Coleman, Rusty Improta, Henry to 10:30 P.M.
bought Mr. Kelley's interest In serve as headquarters for the past weekend while moving the These dances
are informal
Bratcher, Dudley Improta. and
the station and is I
now new contestants.At old "Big" press out
BULLDOGS-Darrel Britt Mike may wear bermuda
owner and operates it as the Peterson's -. 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon and putting in a newer and shorts if
Robinson, Jimmy McNab, Tye they desire.
Texaco Service. the parade will begin at the smaller (Un size) press and a We would
Whitaker, Mike Kelly, George like to announce 1
south city limits and will folder into the plant.
Revels, Henry Bowers, John Cook, proceed that: on Tuesday from'
Court house to the headquarters hotel. The rush began early last 2 to 5 o'clock '
Don PelHcer, Mike Manuel, Bill Partly that golf instruc .
Animal Land has invited the Thursday morning after last tion is available for
Barker. boys inages .
.t SCHEDULE-Thursday, June Air ConditionedAir contestants and their chaperonesto week's issue was off the press 1418. This instruction will !
be their guests at 4 o'clockIn and in the post office. George be given <
28, Tigers-Pirates; Friday, June by Rem Murray Mr.
conditioning of the first the afternoon to pose for the Wickline and his moving crew McGriff added.
29, Pirates-Bulldogs; Monday,
floor of the county courthousehas I press and ,other photographers, began the task of moving the .: ;
July 2, Bulldogs-Tigers; Friday,
,.. been completed and set in and also a tour of the grounds. ).2.ton press out. Early Friday
July 6, Tigers-Pirates Monday,
operation during the past week- Animal Land will also be host ata morning they all journey to Pa- New DixianaS.
July 9, Pirates-Bulldogs; Friday,
buffet lunch, for the contestants latka_ to load, haul and unload . j
July 13, Bulldogs-Tigers; Mon- end.The
Board of County Commissioners and the chaperones. the press and folder. Restaurant ,
day July 16, Tigers-Pirates; Fri- << Was.
have said .tbeY;plan to TheJFlagler ,BeacJrFlagerettesyifl 1 After it.,was put n place! Saturday ;.-4e. ,. 1
,..day ,July 20. JPiratestBulldogsr. ,
Include .air for the \ stage baton then the
conditioning a twirling exhibition noon, came job
Monday, July :23, Bulldogs-Ti I'
tf second floor in the coming bud- on the stage at the' city of cleaning, adjusting and test- Opened Monday'

gers. get year.It park at 7:30. j ing, as well as replacing all the

is also contemplated thata At 8 P.M. there will be fourth type stands, cases of type, ink The completely new, modern i

Local Men at -- central heating system will annual Miss Florida East Coast and all the thousands of other Dixiana Restaurant and Coffeee

be put in the future. Contest with 15 beautiful young items which had to be moved Shop was opened for business ,

Civil Defense : ladies participating. Contest is to, the front. Monday morning.

Farm MortgagesShow i to ,be held in city park. Now, as press time rolls After a fire partly destroyedthe

I i Contestants and their sponsors around again, the press is old building several months

Meeting in Jax. Rise in 1961Farm are as follows: ready (we hope) to. go. The I I I ago, the place was closed. Then -

I Miss Kay Harriett of Palatka, folder adjustments will have to more than a month ago the

Visiting in the State Civil Defense and grove real estate "sponsored by the Putnam County wait until the necessary things i owners demolished all of the old

Office in Jacksonville Tues mortgages recorded in Florida I Fair Association. She is the are completed.The building and have erected in its r

day were Jack Clegg, Chairman last year'came to $52,978,000, the Miss Ptunam County title holder. old big press is all place a beautiful brick and con-

j j. of the Board of County Commissioners Florida State Chamber of Com- i Miss Carolyn Spears of New wrapped in celophane, waitingfor crete structure. There is a large

Raymond Smith, Flagler merce reports. i Smyrna Beach is sponsored by a new home in a print shopor paved parking lot.

County Civil Defense Director, '"While this amount was larger -'the Lions Club of New Smyrna death in a salvage yard.Pishing Not only is the building new,

and Advisory Committee Members by some 20 per cent than Beach She is also the :Miss New but all equipment is of the most .
J. R. Shelton, Jr. and Dave !
in both 1960 and 1959, it was appreciably Smyrna Beach title holder. modern, together with fixtures.

Perryman.The smaller than each of Miss Barbara Sigmon of Orlando Tables, chairs and booths are \
with State CD Licenses
group met the four years prior to that, is sponsored by Fort McC two-toned cream and green in 1
its of
officials to present plan
back to 1955. Nationally farm Coy Airforce Base. color.
civil defense in, Flag ; Are Due 1 I
program July
-real estate mortgage volume Miss Elizabeth Banks of Union The restaurant is owned and
ler County for approval.Vhen Park is sponsored by the Union operated by Mr. and Mrs. Tom ),
17 cent
is completed it ,will year was per over The deadline for the 1962.63
this plan 1960. Park Businessmens Association. fishing license is midnight June Diamond. The restaurant is in. ;
to the Board of '
be presented Miss Sudye Kowolski of Or- operation 24 hours each day. r 1
'The Florida
Commissioners by the mortgages re- 30. Fishermen are advised that
County lando is sponsored by the The owners invite all their old
committee. corded numbered 3,757 last year, wildlife officers will conduct a

advisory When the plan is accepted by about; the same as in 1960. However Drinkwater and Partin Co. strict fresh-water fishing license customers, and solicit the pat 'I(

commissioners, it will be I the size of loans has been ;Miss Royciene Hale of kissimmee check effective July 1. ronage of the general public for , i
the is sponsored by the B. 'B.Youngs' good food and .
popular prices
increasing in recent and Persons the
ready to, be set in operation.The years violating pro
and Cooling
duties of officials and committee II stood at $14,101, last year compared Heating visions of the fishing license

.. ** members will be set.up with a national average Company.Miss Barbara. Cameron of law may be fined not less than Installation I of 'ji

according to approved Federal of $10,620. ten dollars, nor more than three
Daytona Beach is sponsored by
"These loans, secured by real hundred dollars, or imprisonednot
r' CD plans.> ,
the Daytona Beach Kennel Club. Lion Officers
estate, were made principallyfor Miss Pattie Pennington of Or- to exceed ninety days. !

Women Will Stage farm improvement and for mond Beach is sponsored by Fishermen may obtain their <
purchases of additional farm 1962.63 fishing license at the offices To Be Tonight
Ruth and Leons of Daytona
Game For lands. Traditionally individuals Beach. of all county judges and ;

Softball have been the heaviest lendersto Miss Judy West of Ocala is their authorized sub agents International Counselor Earl ".

of Florida farmers. Last year, sponsored by Snack Jacks Res- throughout the state. Ziebarth of Pierson will install :' ',
Benefit GroupsA
however, insurance companies f 1 "
taurant of Flagler Beach. the new officers of the Bunnell I.

benefit' softball game this handled the greatestvolume, Miss Lottie Jane Pruitt of Live trant in the contest. Lions Club Thursday night (to

Friday night between membersof $11,655,000, or 22 per cent of the Oak is sponsored by the Flagler Games and contests for Wednesday night) at the Bunnell Civic.Cen :' I

the Business and Professional total. Committee One Hundred. July 4th, will begin at ".
Woman's Club and the women "Individuals loaned 20 percent Miss Nancy Browning of Mon- 10 o'clock A.,M. with a three- ter.The installation and Ladies, '

I of the Band Parents Association or $10,596,000. The federal ticello is sponsored by The Flag legged race on the beach. Prizes Night Program will be proceeded H.' .

promises to be a real thriller. land bank negotiated 18 per ler Tribune. will be given in two classes. by a dinner which will .

The'game is called for 8 o'clock cent, or $9,536,000 and banks and :Miss Avie Maria Jenkins is Class one will for ages six to be served at 7:30. '

and will be held at the city ball trust companies 8'' per cent or sponsored by the Fort Pierce eight. Class two will be for I Officers to be installed are

park. $4,238,000. The balance ($16-; ,Jaycees. ages 9 to 12. George M. Moody, president;

Money received from admissions 953,000) was secured from a Miss Gail Guynn of High At 10:30 the fourth annnual Levi L. Brannam Sr., first vice

and concessions' will ,be combination of lenders includ- Springs is sponsored by TV Bob horseshoe pitching contest will president; L. IL Church, second

divided between the B&PW and ing associations and govern- of*Flagler Beach. begin. It will also be held In vice president; Jimmy Kelley

the Band Parents Assn. ment agencies. Miss Sandra Budd of Ormond the city park. third vice president; Jack Clegg,

Mary Broadaway is chairmanof 'Total farm debt including Beach is sponsored by the Or At 3:30 in the afternoon a secretary; L. H. Drady, treasurer;

the project for the B&PW and non-real estate loans as well, mond Beach Federal Savings watermelon eating contest will Fred Fruits, tail twister; Willard, :.

Alice Lovell for the band par- stood at $250,111,000 in Florida f and Loan Co. be held in city park. Prizes will Tucker, Lion Tamer. .: ';<

ents. Marie Muzyka will man- on January 1 last year,, up 5 Miss JoAnn Morris of Bunnell be given in class one, age 6 to Invited include Lion club-
age the B&PW ,team. per cent from I960. will be the Flagler County en. 8, and class two, age 9 to 12. members and their ladies.



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ALL STARS EXPLODE IN and him and both of them in j

FIFTH INNING TO WIN 19-9 rare form the same night.

Big Sammy Bertha and Tom Finally, we come to the Clinic
Pinner hooked up in a pitching team which finished in last When } ; :
Listing under this heading are .
\ .
battle for four innings. With place without a win. This team I 3 cent per word each Uuertloa., I : : \,.
75 cent la mlatmnm charge.THINKING
the score 3 to 2 in favor of the had one of the best on paper I

All Stars, both teams showinga when the season opened. Drop
lot of speed. ping their first two games, threeof I 'ABOUT a Swimming
pool? Top quality construction
the infielders quit. This put
of thefifth the All Stars with a reasonable price. One
Top the team at a disadvantage as
broke the game wide open by Manager Whitaker had to get I year unconditional guarantee You Need

sending 15 men to the plate, new players. The Clinic team I plus a four year warranty. Fin f[ .

scoring 11 runs on 7 hits, two terrors will win some games. 11 ancing available. Sample pool

and one walk. Colemanand We still have our big problem I to examine .Write A.B. ,Powell I \

M. Smith both got two -umpires. As I write thisI Box 98, Lake Como, Florida, for

singles' in the same inning. have a 'promise of an offer of I further information. 6-28-ltc '

The All Stars speed on the an umpire. The league is also

bases thereafter kept the Church going to get a few games with FOR RENT-2. bedroom house

infield in jitters and broke up teams from St. Augustine and furnished, $10 a week or $45 per GOODPrintin

the game. Terry Ross replaced Palatka. month. Contact Mr. or :Mrs. L. B. .
Pinner. The All Stars got to Bratcher. 6-28-tf
Ross for five runs. M. Smith

had 3, hits, Coleman "2, F. Todd FOR SALE14ft. boat, 'trailer,
2. For the Church D. Metts had I 25 hp Johnson, all controls, $225.
2 hits, Jimmy Hargett had a ,G 1 1 DITORj Piano, tuned, good finish, $50.00.
long double. It was just a lit- See Rev. Tom Pinner, Bunnell.

tle to much Stars.for the Church June 28-1t ,

team which was winner of the What The Farm Bureau
FOR SALE-30 foot house trailer
first half. Means to Flagler County
Masonite. Call ID 7-3410.:
All Stars Ab R H Farm Bureau is a farm or-
J. Rodgers 3 1 1 ganization, designed for farmers

Yelvington, 1 1 0 and farm families and to a Man wanted to supply Rawleigh

D. Burnsed 2 0 0 !county'such as ours where practically Products to consumers in FlaglerCo. I I

M. Smith 3 2. 3 I every resident dependsto Good time to start. ,No capi- .

C. Wall 2' 0 0 some extent, directly or indirectly tal required. Write Rawleigh . : OFFICE FORMS :

J. Coleman, 2 2 2 upon the soil, whetherit Dept. FAF-360.815, Memphis 1: ,

J. L Sheffield 0 .1 0 be potatoes, cabbage, timber Tenn. June 7.21.283tpSELL

Jones: 2 ,2 1 poultry, cattle or mineral deposits ENVELOPESINVOICES
C. Sheffield 2 0 0 ,within the soil, it is a OR TRADE 51 Dodge!
B. Cummins 2 .1 1 very important organization.It truck 1% ton 12' van body. Sell I I

J., Cade 2 0 0 is the largest of all farm or trade for Dozer work. Barto, .
J. Whitaker 2. 2 0 with total 7 mil. north Flagler Beach, A1A.I.
organizations, a membership -
Wells : '2 0 1 6.14.3tp .
of well over one and a

Williams I 3 1 1 half million, with county organi- FOR SALE-10 nice lots on I : LETTER HEADSBUSINESS '
Kuleski 2 :1: 0 .
zations ,and members in. eyery Noah Daytona Ave., Flagler j
Todd sY : 'A- 3r.}"t22 v, < t. . ;
r State in the Union. Beach, Florida, being lots'4 7.gr.9, : ;' r... .j '
F. Coleman: 1. 0 0 CARD'S'STATEMENTS
The Farm Bureau believes block 3, Model Land Company
D.. Peterson 2 2 0
that in united efforts, the farmers Subdivision; lots, block
S. Bertha 3 1 0
conditions can and have 4 Model Land Subdi-
B. Henry 0 1 0 I
been improved and that is our vision; lots 5.6.7, block 5, Model

391912 main objective. Many changes Land Company Subdivision. No
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have and are taking place and down payment, just $5.00 lot
F. B. c.. Ab R H per BILL HEADS
we have to be constantly on the
D. Brown S 2 0 1 per month plus 6% interest,
WestbrookMcGriff 0 1 0 alert for harmful legislation on will sell as one parcel, or in
S a nation wide basis, for serious three parcels as block. B.A.
3 1 0 per RULED FORMSS
\ D. Metts .. 4 0 2 diseases which destroy our Bolton, P.O. Box 718, St. Augus-

Ross ; "s,3 2 1 crops etc. tine, Florida. June 7-4tc

I R. Edwards" .",2 '0 0 We believe in free enterpriseand TICKETS and TAGS i
Government -cleaning reason
are definitely against
Pinner 1 0 0
handouts.We able rates. George Jarosz, phoneID .
J. Hargett. : ,3 1 1
7.3410 5-17
believe in
J. :Metts : 1 2 0
McMillanImprota 2 0 0 community development nt and are EXPERT REPAIR SERVICEOn CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS
I I ,2 1 0 solidly back of our State Devel-
S TV, Radios Hi-Fi, Sewing
Hilse leck' 2 1 0 opment Commission in its efforts Machines, Vacuum Cleaners ,and

to develop our resources. all small appliances. All work I S S
We feel that 'a deal of
25 9 5 great guaranteed. Ormond Hardware,
: Innings 12345 67RH good can be accomplished by 50 W. Granada next 7-Eleven I

All Stars 1110115019 the Farm Bureau in our County Ormond Beach Fla. Phone 677-

Church' 0002 430 9 5 and we also feel that' we should 4414. May 17 -tic

Two base hits, D. Metts, J. have the support of every citizen .
i Hargett, Cummins Todd. I in our community, in our HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bedroom

Umpires Copeland, B. Cauley, honest effort to improve the large living, dining area, car I We Don't Do The Most

Higginbotham. Scorer, Pache. welfare of our farm families. port and utility room, CBS on
County Farm Bureau 100 x 105 corner lot, 311 South

BROWSING IN OUR By Lyman Gage. Forsyth Street. 1-25-tf

FOR RENT OR SALE-3 bedroom I"
Well we finished the first half house at north end of Palmetto

in our softball league playing ORMOND PRESCRIPTION Flagler Beach, on boat I

8 games out of 9. One game was Room PHARMACYSick SuppliesSundriesHOSPITAL canals, cool pleasant living, exceptional But We Do Some of the BestDial -
rained out. The first half was SUPPLIES value, beautiful in ,

won by the newly organizedFirst 24-Hour Prescription Service terior and exterior $90.00 per

Baptist Church team, managed Free Delivery in Flagler Beach month for September ,1 occu S
I by Johnny Mercer. Rt. AlA 1 mL North of pancy. Contact present rentersor S. Ji
Wadsworth finished in sec-,ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661
up Alexander Lumber Co., Daytona
ond place. This shook up the Beach. Florida. 7-20-TF

front office. The lumber company m 1r 3trnglrr( ( 1'iiiilnPBIINNELL
I Ocean front housekeeping
team is going to be a dif apart

ferent team in the second half. FLORIDA ments, 1 and 2 bedrooms com ID! 73282.
The boys who have been win pete with linens and all utilities.i I

ning the City Championship the Sun deck fishing, swimming.
I MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor
past few years had to give. The loafing. Day, week or month.I
Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. I
team won three games by one I Deatgaated OfllcUl PablleatteB "
and lost two by one run. HE 9.2082 7.6tf I
run I far Pablle Notice ., FlaglerCeuty '" t
Sheffield is going to have his Maalelpalltlea there < ,
team hustle just a little more. Mid tie State ., FUrida JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER 1
The Seville,Goff Off, also new :: The
in the ,league, finished up in :
Catered' mm .... elaM matter LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT,I S ;
fourth place. These boys to me February S.1913.at the ....t.Seeat WATER ,FRONT FARMS, '
the nicest bunch of sports- I
are 'Baa.en. Flerida, wader act .! ACREAGESee
men I have ever met. They are I
March a. ISTftV -a* for your real estate needs I Tribune
going to give every team a good Flagler
Office Phone HE 9-2242
game. They expect to use Hires One y**". fM I tl
Residence Phones ID 7-3691
who pitched two games, for biz month'LH '
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or ID 7-3517 .

them. I would like to see Gale : /i

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.\ (By Hervey, Shy) composted organic material: a-
round annuals, shrubs and .
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Plants are. like people-they in the vegetable garden. CJIJ4IiIij:

....,;':.'k like fine, foods. .ActivitiesIf
t"'r. And the finest food: plants can shrubs look sickly after an W9e3 \ !
set their roots fnto is organic application of fertilizer they may
material. It is nature's plant need a shot of minor elements.
: t
'.:- food and mainly composed of Plants that are prone to take on f1 Ill 1\ / 1'KIl lit i.
and animal debris. mid-summer color in-
rotting plant yellow
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gage holders find their lots low and similar plants. .
... in life-giving organics. They Possibly they need an applica- Z_
\ think their plants are sick but tion of so-called minor elements. .
55 actually in most cases the ornamentals -I One of the best ways ot get re-
are starving. sults is with a nutritional: spray.A S'S
Starving plants are a good good spray will include two t. ;
target for diseases. Also a: mild ounces of ferrous sulphate, man- ILuI
attack from insects often ,spells ganese sulfate and zinc sulfatein
; doom to ornamentals 2% gallons of water.
Feeding an ample ration of 2% gallons of water. :: S
organic matter not only gives Make a paste of the materials: .c--

,,' .. I plants a healthy green glow of and add three ounces of hy-
beauty, but some souls believe drated lime plus one teaspoonof There's Something New
that part of the greeness rubs detergent to the, mixture. Lat
off on the gardener's thumb. Spray the material on the plants SHELTON'S. "Flavor .
So elevate your prestige as a where needed, covering particularly
"' green-thumb gardener by feeding the underside of the leaves.If Aged Beef". An exclusive in BunnelL All FLAVOR AGED
your plants plenty of organic chemistry is not your strong
matter. I'I point, /the local garden store op- Beef is selected by our own meat buyer of Certified Grocers of
Organic fertilzers are neces- erator can sell you a ready-
sary. If, however, you are among mixed minor element spray Florida. Every piece is Choice Western Beef. New starting this
the thousands who have more .
ready for application.
time than money, you will find I week, Flavor Aged Beef is Guaranteed Good.
it a budget-saving idea to make
your own supply of organic plant HIROSHIMA'S GRIM REMINDER

food.Begin by saving your leaves, ed Hiroshima seleton: of preserves its Industrial the twist-Exhibition GRADE DRESSED"A" L B

grass clippings and other plant : Hall .as a permanent, and DRAWNWHOLE FRYERS 2 9
residues and follow a: few,simple grim reminder of the first atomic
rules. In a few short weeks bombing of a city on August 6,
,you'll have an ample supply of 1945. Some scientists predictedthat \
organic material,known as compost nothing would grow there I
for 70 years. But in three years WORLD'S BESTHamburger FLAVOR AGED. BEEF .
A compost healp of any size trees were budding again, and OUTDOOR
will work, but it is best to get flowers now bloom a few hun- iis$139 RIB sKINLb.:
started with a giant economy dred yards from the blast's cen- 79*

size. This is a pile of plant: debris ter. .

ten feet square and five feet FRESH LEAN SWIFT'S PREMIUM FULLY COOKEDPorkHams'495'
high. the top of the heap
should be left flat or with a O. F. ALFORD I Lb. 39*
slight depression in the centerto Registered
catch and hold water.If .
your lot is too small for the
giant size project, then decompose BunnelL Florida COPELAND'S LUNCH MEAT LINK SAUSAGE Lb. 69*

the plant matter in a cast- Bologna Liver Cheese ,
off barrel. This vertical -
; operation
1; RCA VICTOR Pickled Pimento Olive Loaf
will be a space saver. DELICIOUS FRESH PRODUCE
Add water to the compost heap LIVING COLOR TV 00 EXTRA FANCYGREEN
if the materials are dry. WINDOW Packages
will insure rapid decomposition Southern Radio & Television BEANS, 2 Iks. 29* _
A good practice to follow with 226 E. Granada ORMOND-Ph. OR 7-2001. GEORGIAFOLGER'S'
dry materials: such as leaves, ,
grass and weeds is to make a PEACHES 2 Iks.I 19.*
layer about one foot deep, wet FREE PAINTOne L8 < ,
thoroughly and pack. For a free COFFEE 49 NEW CROP
extra gallon of your choice
packing job, ask, the neighbor- CAN *
with each galley you buy GIEENPEANUTS,2lbs.45 I
hood small fry to practice doing Carter Paint Store Limit One With. $5.00 Or More Food
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minutes. Alao Westxate Shopping Canter ARMOUR STAR. I
Next spread a layer of ma- I PURE LARD 3 I Ib. 38'
nure-if available-four to six PAL PARKER'S INC. HALFHILL BRAND Pkg. -

inches deep and sprinkle a Automotive Specialty Center CHINK, TUNA -, 25* Limit One With $5.00 Or More Food
quart of superphosphate per 100 BRAKES KELINED S154KS Order
square feet of compost. Repeat PARTS AND LABOR
this layering process of leaves, FORD-CIIEYROLET-PLYMONTII OTHERS f 1O&5 BONDWARE 100 Count KRAFT'S 18 OZ.BARBQVE ,

until 540 Mason Ave. Daytona PAPER PLATES Each 8S SAUCE, Ea. 39

The compost will begin to,heat SPARKY'S LIBBY 6 OZ. CAN

after should two be watched or three carefully days and and 50 FREETOP I Iri lets, 20 lb. Bag 89* LEMOMABE, 10 fir- $1.00 I

not allowed: to dry out. VALUE STAMPS
After three or four weeks ol with purchase of ALL VEGETABLE 3 LB. CAN BLUE BONNETT

curing, the pile can be forked 100% Sisal OLEO 2 lbs. 49* -
.-- over, mixing the dry and the FLOOR MATS $1.49 I CRISCO 59* !
moist decomposing parts to insure and this coupon REYNOLD'SBIOILIKG

material.a uniformly About three decomposed or four Coupon Expires 6-30-62 Limit One With $5.00 Or M'ore Food FOIL, Pkg. '-.#. '49* ,i,

weeks after this, in warm weather \ Order f !
the compost should be thoro- SO FREE DART .t!

TV SERVICEALL with the purchase of While ills 48 oz 39*'VELDA. I

MAKES KOSHER qt. ,Whitfield DILLS Dill Ckips Jig ICE CREAM, Hi!! Gal. 5|*

& this
Agent For coupon
Coupon Expires 6-30-62 \ \
RCA & PHILCOTUBES 1 yt Quantity Rights

i Reserved
Prices Good
with $5.00 or more June 28-29-30, 1962

TV Bob and food this coupon order at \ SHELTON SUPERMARKET Store Hours

HELTON'S GROCER Week 8a.m.-6:4Sp.m .
FLAGLER BEACH Coupon Expires 6-30-62 .
PHONE HE 9-2204 BUNNELL, FLORIDA SaL am.900 p.m.


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, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schwenk Mrs. 'Jim Wilson-and children I I Thanks for the Grand Reception given us on last :

and Prof. Theodore Weber left I I Jimmy, Tancy and Robin, from I
" last week for their summer Lakeland, spent the weekend Weeks Get Acquainted Sale.
home on Lake Winnepesankee; with her parents, Mr. and :Mrs.
'; N.H.- They will spend a few Raymond Smith and family.
.. days in the Poconaes on their -
way' north. They expect to return ELEANOR SHILLCELEBRATES Now we want to Sell A Brate the 4th
to Flagler Beach late inv BIRTHDAY

.f September., I I i of Miss honor Eleanor at a cook-out Shill was Monday guest By offering these Bargains so you can

with Mr. and Mrs.
Visiting given by her parents, Mr. and
.'. Arthur Babbitt for a short time Celebrate with
Mrs. Henry Shill. Sharing the us. .
::. Saturday morning were Mrs.
celebration with Eleanor were:
:; Carrie Treadwell of Atlanta, Ga.,
, Sandra and Derese Owens, Susie -
and Mrs. Curtis Cannon of West '
': Peterson, Patty and George Flag ler Food T
'' Store
,4 Palm Beach. Mrs. Treadwell is
Robbie, Jimmy and Linda Mc-I
"f Mr. Babbitt's aunt and Mrs. Cannon -
I Nab, Vicki Moore, Janet Haines,
: is his cousin.
Billy Libbey, Judy Stryker and
Flagler BeachPRICES
, I Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Chase and.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sinde-I I daughter, Bobbie.
lar and son have returned after I The white birthday cake was 28-29-30 1962
. a visit in Chicago, Ill., with rela- decorated with red roses and

'I tives. served with punch following the
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cook-out. A livelygame of croquet Buy Now For Your July 4th Needs.Palm
: .
Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. and records provided, the
i' Jerry,Davis are his mother, Mrs. entertainment at the party.
Mabel Crouch and her sons, Pete
River i
:- and Kenneth, of Statesville, N.C.J METHODIST CHURCH NEWS SLICEDBACON I Copeland's I
They were accompanied here by TENDER SMOKEDPICNICS
: her uncle and aunt, Mr. and I It I R. L. Hoover will deliver the
Mrs. Jim Smith of Taylorsville, sermon Sunday, July 1, at the 49 Ii
. . North Carolina.. Methodist Church at 10:30 A.M. i 39
I .-!, Church school is at 9:30 and all
l' Lt. Com. James A. Babbitt, Jr., guests are welcomed to attend Copeland's Western Center Cut
t, of San Jose, Calif., spent the either or both services. ,ALL MEAT cello Ib PORKCHOPS
past week here visiting with his There will be a covered dish :
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur dinner following the church FRANKS. < *
Babbitt. He. also visited with his service. Everyone is'invited and 69Copeland's
I brother, William Babbitt and requested to bring a dish, rolls B

;:'< family and his sisters and their and coffee are provided. Imme "A" Weatrn. Beef
\ families, the Judson Strykers diately after :the dinner, the official CHUCKSTEAKS- Roll
I' and the' Leonard Johnsons. board will meet.. HOT OR MILDSAUSAGElbN49
;'" To help boost attendance for
1 Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Stevens next Sunday, July 1, the Men's 69 <
have returned from Ridgecrest, Club is sponsoring a visitation I ,

\j &North Carolina... program during the week. _

r Jimmy Babbitt accompanied Mr. and Mrs. C.'c. Holderman GIANT.SIZETIDE _, SHORTENING
j his mother, '''Mrs. Arthur Babbitt, and family from Sarasota, and )
to Gainesville Friday and Monday Mr. and :Mrs. E. B. Turner and

, 'to receive her medical treatments family ,from Monticello, arrived : Bake-Rite
I ,., at the University Medical last weekend for a visit with .
, Center. She was accompanied Mr. and :Mrs. E. D.: Johns, Mrs. .
,,1"": \ there Saturday by her sister,I Holderman and Mrs. Turner are
::1 '.. Mrs. M. B. Fuller. They returned ,daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Johns. EACH :; I 1&
;t 1 home Sunday afternoon. 49 3 49
:Mr. and Mrs. Edward Missinneare ,

rt .. The Woman's Missionary Society visiting with his parents, can
4 of the First Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs. Emil Missinne. Limit One -
$7.00 or more food order Limit
r held its meeting Tuesday after Edward is on leave ,from the One $7.00 or more food order < j
.' noon. Navy and is stationed in Rhode
i Mrs. Margaret Presswood was Island. I
program,chairman, and she took Mr. and Mrs. Clifton J. Cor 8 oz. CrownSALAD 16 oz. Alabama Girl 1
those present on an interesting mier and daughter, Leslie, from
trip to Pakistan for a study on Gainesville are spending the' OLIVES 330 DILL PICKLES 250 ,J
the way: of righteousness in summer in Flagler Beach. Mr.!
Pakistan. Cormier is employed as ajourn- .
'Following the program, Mrs. alist apprentice in Daytona
. :Mae Shill presided over the Beach. I 12 oz. Can Ass'd. Flavors 46 oz. Hi "C"ORANGEADE

the business session. She called
upon Mrs. A. F. Stevens for a Mrs. Woodrow Smith from DART DRINKS 6 fOT490 3 890
report on the trip to Ridgecrest,I Hawthorne spent last week here for
N .C. Mrs. Stevens reported that with Mrs. Joel Smith.Continued .
during the Sunday evening service
( on page 7) 300 Size Show Boat Pint Shurfine
to be held on July 1st, Rev.

their Stevens of the experiences YWA has planned Girls at to Ridgecrest.The report for some on. LERCH BUILDERSAll & WILSON PORK..&_BEANS f: X00 Salad Dressing 250

is invitedto ,
public cordially
Types Construction including
attend the service.
Mrs. Ethel Rumill will be in Cement and Masonry Work 1 tb Carton Food King Tetley Teabags ,
Phones HE 9-2175 and HE 9-2395 _
charge of the July meeting of .
the Missionary Society. _. & & Flagler Beach - OLEO 2 for 290 TEA *package, tSge

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, Favorite Cone Picnic Needs' Groceries FREESTONE GEORGIAPEACHES.2Lb.

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I II II I Ray Carle and children, Susan Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter--" Mr. and Mrs. Gayles Cone 'of

I and Glenn, have returned aftera Knight several days this week Ormond Beach are in Gaines-

I ten-day visit in Perryville, was her brother in law and sister ville where their young son is
i Ohio, with relatives. They were Mr. and Mrs. Horace Locke, undergoing surgery. She is the
J accompanied home by Debby and son David, of Tampa. former June Chambers of Bun- ;'
LOCALS and Harry Coleman of Martin's nell.
I Ferry, Ohio.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis

Mrs. Robert Trad are their daughters, Mrs.
Moody, 3rd, and
Mrs. Hugh Cameron of Belve- '
\ HARDINGS HOSTS AT I LEONA ANN DURRANCE three children arrived .here to H. W. Anderson and two children ,I
: dere, S. c., arrived during the
I I of
REUNION AND BARBEQUEMr. I Mr. and Mrs. Tommy DurranceI reside while Robert is completing Texas, and
weekend for
past an extended
Mrs. Joe
and Mrs. Bert Harding enI I I of Bunnell announce the arrivalof his tour of duty with the Quebec Kiley and Jimmy of. I I visit with her son in law and ;
City, Canada. Mrs. Anderson i iI
I tertalned 45 guests with a bar- a seven pound, three and a U. S. Armed Forces overseas. is the daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William I
I beque and joint family reunion half ounce daughter, born at the former Jeanette Deen.L. 11
Saturday. The affair was at the Flagler Hospital in St. Augustineon Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Eisenbach Trad and Mrs. Kiley is the I I 1

I. llarding home in the St._ Johns June 25. have as their guests her brother former Martha Trad. .I, )"

,Park section. She was given the name> of and sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. B. Bratcher is receiving
Mr. and Mrs.
t Among those enjoying the af Leona Ann for her maternal Hubert Ward of Cupertino Calif. : P. A. Edmonson medical :treatment at the Flag-;
fair were: Mr. and Mrs. C. R. grandmother, Mrs. Walter Also visiting with them is their are leaving this weekend for a ler Clinic and Hospital here.
Kirkwood and children from Knight. brother in law, Earl Wilson, of vacation in Nashville, Tenn.

Macon, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Orlando. I II .

1 Timmons and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Brannam and son,I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dupont and .
Mrs. Keith Lane and children, James Alan, and Mrs. Minne children, Caroline, Hetwitt and CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
and Mr. and Mrs., J. R. Harding Brannam were in McRae, Ga., Douglas, returned last week

and daughter of Jacksonville; I last Sunday to attend the Joiner from a vacation trip which included A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lawrence and Family Reunion. They are also visits to Washington, D. JOHN HARDIN Associate
children, and Mrs. Pat Dortch of !. spending this week visiting c., and New York City. They al-
Palatka; points in North Carolina. j I jso enjoyed sighs.eeing en- AIR LADY OXYGEN
Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Lane, Mrs. t route. CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I EQUIPPED

May Lundy, 'Mrs. Irene McCune, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Niesen I I II ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
all of Oklahoma; Mr. and Mrs. of Clar Ei
and daughter, Pat, Motel I Mr.: and Mrs. C.\>B. Eisenbachand
Danny Harding, Daytona Beach. and Faye Bass of Flagler Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Ward Phone ID 7-3532
._ Attending from Bunnell were: Beach have returned home after
visited in Wildwood and Cole 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA
MrS. Joseph Harding, Mrs. Mar-
spending several weeks visiting man with relatives during the .
garet Taylor and Johnny, Mr. relatives and friends in Wash .
past weekend.J. J
and Mrs. Martin Harding, and ington, D. C., New York, Niagra
children John, Pat, ''Robert, Falls, and Ontario, Canada. 24 HourWrecker
B. High, Jr., who is employed -
Chuck, and Sissy, Mr. and Mrs. Service
with the State Department in
\ Thomas Salyerds and children, Visiting Mr. 'and Mrs. Louis Washington, D.C., is on a tour I
Alvin and Sharon Joan and
I i!- Gloria Trad several days last week was of duty in the Pacific area. He Flagler Truck & Tractor Co
Mrs.. Trad's sister in law, Mrs. called his mother, Mrs. Virginia

NANCY MOODY Stella Jabley and six children.Mrs. pigh, Sunday morning from" ASSEY-FERGUSON -
GIRS Jabley resided in Gadsden, Hong Kong.Visiting .. Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
ENJOYS Ala., for some time and is mov-
STATE SESSION Bunnell Florida Phones ID 7-3242
: Day
to Beach to reside. ,
I ing Daytona here recently with I
: Nancy Moody, Lake City representative ?tir. and Mrs. T. O. Durrancewere Night ID 7-3529
to Girls State in Tal Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Custer Dur- I VIRGIL DECKER RALPH DECKER
lahassee, was elected City Man Duane Deen and family included rance and ,Robbie of Arcadia. II Owner Parts &Shop Manager

ager in the elections held there Mrs. Deen's mother, Mrs. ... .,,
Saturday. Nancy said she was Alvah ,Lewis of Starkville, Miss.

having a fabulous time and Also her brother in law and ,.. .
learning a lot about city, county sister, Mr. and Mrs.: James Os- "
and state \,:' ...: .' .
i government. walt and three children of Over- 11 ; -;
Nancy is a neice of the editor land Park, Kansas. . f' ," "
.and the grand. daughter of 'r.
' h+ i THE STORY
George Moody, Sr., of Tlagler Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clegg of OF t'I, .
Beach. She is the} daughter of Hastings are moving to New .:. :' O'- '

Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Moody of Lake Smyrna Beach to reside. Theyare TEN LITTLE FREE WORKERS .
City. former residents of Bunnell.He ." EDDY
is the son of Mr., and Mrs.
\ B & PW CLUB HOLDS Harry Clegg of Haw Creek and

DINNER MEETINGThe she is :the daughter of Mrs. M. C. .
Flagler Business and Professional Strickland of Favorita and Or- 'H,
Woman's Club held a mond Beach.
dinner meeting at the Masonic t Ten little free workers in this country fine and fair .
But if you cherish your freedom-worker have a caret) .
Hall dining room Thursday eve Mrs. Sherman Glover is visit- Ten little' free workers-Roddy was doing fins r ',. .
ning. Guest speaker was Mrs. ing in Atlanta, Ga., with her Until' the socialists got him-then there were nine ; : _.
Lois Walker, president of the neice and her family for two }\l .

Ormond Beach Club, which spon j I Ii Weeks. -'.", A l1t I' "t..t.
,". Nine little free workers Reddfate -
sored the organization of the : laughed ot
t 10.1 Along come federal medicine-then there were eight. .: ,:"
cal club. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Burrows ,
i t The club voted to sponsor agirls' are spending some time in \ J I I J 1 !. :
Softball game betweenthe Pa. -
Eight little free workers thought this country heaven
club members and 'the women But the government took over the railroads,then there were(even*.
of the Band Parents. The Mrs. Dale Brown, Jr., under
,. game will be at the city ball went surgery at the local hos : il

t:. park Friday night a 8 o'clock pital last week. She expects to Seven little free workers=till the miners got in a fix. .
. The club also'voted to have a return to her home soon. 4 Uncle said coops'''' .
I pot-luck dinner for the meetingin ; : dondE-.r) il ... :

July. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McGriff, Sr. .
Six little free workers'till the day did arrive '
of Gainesville and Miss Dora \ The steel mills too were federalized-then there were five. -
1. r. and Mrs. Rudolph Peter thy McGriff of Washington, D.c., t J. '
son Pierson were visiting here are guests of Mr. and Mrs.. C.A. J 1: i

I and in Flagler Beach Tuesday. McGriff, Jr. Five little free workers but the farmers are'free no more ,
The farms have been collectivized-that I leaves only four. ,y"J,1:1

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Four little free workers till the government did decree '
:lite AB must have free legal advice-then there were three.
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Three little free workers-the number!s getting few
:: ixiana Rctaurant But with government groceries selling.. food then. there were two. '

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Two little free workers-our story's almost done, / !
(CoffeeJn With derks at work in federal stores-that leaves only.... .
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One little free worker the son-of ,
reporter -a-gun
, Now Open For Business : the government now there on nonce

f" 5 'Gvergl/'i. g' Complelely new l-ie illl

Ten title free workers-but they on no longer free S
They work when and where ordered,and at a fixed tote you....
We, cordially invite all of our old customers to And it 08 could have been prevented they'd only seen fit to ogre
. And work together Instead of saying"it never can happen to nee
visit in beautiful building and
us our new we solicit ,
the business of new customers for Ytt..t&ts could fcoppen to you.This filrf.story could com tre*unless oc&of us rats to pnsvnIre
*enterprise.What con you do?Wr fe your Congrautnon ood ask hire to keep eorermneaf out -
fine food at popular pricesMr. /, oI 6 CopyrfeW796JFLORIDA "


and Mrs. Tom Diamond, Owners-Operators : POWER & LIGHT C.OMPANY, : .

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I I The president said the auto lab I ter for new classes during the Minimum - --
)I for
E Registration: age enrollment
II lias been completely refurbishedand four-day signing up period. i J in most programs is 16, the pres- .
a score of new equipment Drafting with areas of con-ident .4
For Freshmen Set I added. Those enrolling in Community
items have been added for instructional centration in architectural or the
/ vocational division do not
The Mary Karl vocational I I use. engineering drawing will reorganize need a high school diploma. Memorial Church

school, a division of Daytona Business education courses will this summer. The courseis I Registrations will be taken in Inter-deiiomlaatloiial '

Beach Junior College since 1958, also begin July 11. These.include I also 1800 hours long.A Collins Hall.Subscribe . AIR CONDITIONED ,

will open its doors to students I typing, shorthand, bookkeeping, special 2640- Hour course in I Daytona Ave.

July 11 for the 33rd year. I filing, office practice, business photography and photo fishing- to The Flagler Tribune i iS2JSO FLAGLER BEACH
Dr. R. F. Bergengren, DBJi I ing will also start in July. Instruction -
machines, English and spelling. A Year In Advance J
Sunday School
, -10:00 A.M.
president said registration in all
I Bergengren said the demand for includes theory Church Service
'. vocational departments except ,trained business education students laboratory work in basic and 11:00 A.J.-L

printing and practical nursing I! exceeds the supply the commercial photography, por- R.V.. DICKERT Paator

which will .not begin actual I schoool is able to turn out. He traiture, re-touching, etching, UPHOLSTERYWORK t EVERYONE WELCOME,

\ class work until September,' will i said that new classes in typing coloring, and darkroom tech

be July 5, 6, 9, and 10 on cam and niques.
Gregg shorthand will organize
He said that advance regis- il NOTICETO
,pus. each nine weeks throughout New watch repair students DONE ALL, PROPERTY OWNERS:
tration 'informa on is available You are hereby notified
the school year.. i may also enter in July, Bergen Board of County Commissioners the of
at the college. said. In this students Flagler County. Florida will
Cabinet making classes designed gren program, meet
Vocational classes set to be- with the County Assessor of'Taxes
to prepare students for train to be watch repair- FREE ESTIMATES at the County Commissioners Room
gin on the llth are automotive In the Courthouse Bunnell l t employment in the woodworking men. The course prepares the on Monday. July 2nd. 1962. at the
mechanics, a comprehensive; pro- trades will also begin in July. student to complete the Florida I FREE DELIVERYCALL hour of ten o'clock A.M. for the
: gram requiring 1800 hours of!I purpose of hearing complaints and _'
The course requires 1800 hoursor licensing examination. receiving testimony as to the value
classroom and laboratory work. I of
any property real or personal
about 16 months to complete. as fixed by the County
, I Industrial electronics, radio Assessor of,
I .. ID 7-3111 Taxes and for the purpose of per-
I Commercial landscaping and and TV repair, and sman'motor fecting. revIewing and equalizing

': THE OUTBOARDER industrial nursery work is an- repair will take new students. shall the assessments have been fixed the value by the of County which

: Authorized Evinrude Dealer other department set to re-open. 2640 hours are required for com RiversideFurniture Assessor of Taxes or changed by

i \ $OATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS The program requires 2600 hoursor pletion in vocational industrial him.DATED at Bunnell. Florida this
two years to complete. 14th day of June. A. D. 1962.
DockageStorage Free Ramp electronics and the small motors BOARD OF COUNTY COM-
WE'FINANCE New cosmetology or beauty program takes 1800 hours of in I MISSIONERS OF FLAGLER

825 Balloueh Rd-Daytona culture students may also regis struction and lab work. . By COUNTY.John A.FLORIDA Clegg Chairman.
t ATTEST: E. A. SMYTHE. Clerk.
June 21-28-2tc



Place of residence unknown

,, .-h : TO GET THAT NEW : FORD ). : are swer the and suit the whose You. hereby plaintiff above to has with name are serve been entitled the required hereby or and a filed Clerk plaintiff's copy address cause notified to against of thereof file this; attorney is your and:that you Court..upon you an-in a,

.,. H. T. Cook
Bunnell. Floridanot
Z. v, later than July 6. AD. 1962.
If you fail to do so. decree pro
. ., confesso will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the

WE FORD DEALERS ARE OUT TO KEEP OUR SALES RECORD HIGH-AND WE'RE PRICING LOW, TRADING -said bill of suit complaint.being for The divorce.nature. of

A.D. 1962.
Clerk of said Circuit Court

( ,, '. Deputy Clerk.
.' June 1.14-21-28-4tc

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r i TOMMY C.
,t. ;> :: J BENTLEY.Plaintiff.,

r : Defendant.
111 Barnes Street
Reidsvllle. North Carolina
_: GENEROUS FINANCE TERMS. You are hereby notified that a
, --i :_ suit has been filed aginst you in
f the above entitled cause; and you
are hereby required to file you answer -

,: ,Don't pay a cent for 6 weeks. and to with serve the a Clerk copy of thereof this Court upon

I the plaintiff or plaintiffs ,
We'll even give you up to $300 whose name and address is:
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W EMUS CUM SOM-WkitoMl bra s *trtrt gal W. L. WADSWORTH "
'" in cash if your present car has P. O. Box 396
Bunnell. Florida
GALAXIES! BIG-SIZE SAYINGS ON A FULL-SIZE FORD!! a high enough trade-in value! not It later you fail than to June do, 28th decree A.pro D., 1962.con-

fesso will be entered against you
for the relief demanded In the bill
of complaint. The nature of said
suit being for
___ ; WITNESS my hand and seal of
d said Court this 25th day of May,
; .ghilr SAVE EXTRA DURING OUR A. D. 1962.Official .

_____ ', ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
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Clerk of said Circuit Court
By Julia R. Harvey
FORD DEALER Deputy Clerk
7 J May 31 & June 7.U.U--4tc



: B nauat cut sa m-Wl*,.*Jm apteMl..IIIn gatt that the Board of County Commissioners -
8U'M'MER of Flagler County, Florida
having found
i t : FAIRLANES! SPECIAL SAYINGS RIGHT NOW! ; : :: : : Lots Block 1.163.2, 7.Lots 8, 9.11 10 and 11 12 and. Block 12.

125 and Lots 2. 3, 10 and 11.
: Block 166. City of Bunnell. as
per plat Book 1 at page 2. pub-
\ A lic records of Flagler
- ," :\ ., Florida. County,
I--'J are no longer needed for county ..4
purposes and that
Part of Tracts 7. 10 and 11,
: : :' 7 Block B. Section 14, Township
.: . South. Range 30 East
are needed for county purposes as
. described in Deed Book 52 at page
'j .' ,.. 310 of the public records of Flag-
ler County Florida and
.) ..\J GIVEN that the Board of County
e. Commissioners of Flagler County.
Florida will on July 2. 1962 at 9:00
A.M. consider the exchange of
t : 'n mam ,- r4 ndn lad deeds conveying that Flagler
County property described as:
; RiFAL SALE /Lots 1. 2. 7. 8. ,. 10. 11 and 12.

)(: r._ ; -"-. FALCONS! ON IN STOCK! r -: Block Block 125 and 163.166.,Lots Lots City 2 11.of 3.and Bunnell.10 12.and Block 11.as

> -t- 2 ;1 :,, ;- per Plat Book 1 at page 2 of

..; c3- .' ,, '(:" -...:,;& County.the public Florida records of Flagler
.: 0iI>'" ,
F.DJLF.: in exchange for that Flagler County

: t. .. property described as'
Part of Tracts 1. 10 and 11.
i .. . Block B, Section 14, Township
12 South. Range 30 East as described -
-" ,, ': '_., YOUR. PRESENT CAR DOESN'T HAVE TO BE PAID FOR TO TRADE AT ," :' ,: in Deed Book 62 at
310 of the
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would become loose and so on.I I the clean, kltc# en. NOTICE OF HEARING ON 'TENTATIVE -'

!t. Too Late When such vexations occurredno I I I recall as, a youngster, trail- I :J.lagfer &h J' CONTROL BUDGET DISTRICT FOR MOSQUITO J':|

one becamealarmed. All we I ing along behind the handyman, Fiscal Year ending 1863'September 30, '.!,
did was call the handyman, if I admiring his knowledge and I Pursuant to provisions of Flor- (1

To Classify the one we called was not I. technique. I looked on him Continued From Page 4 Ida that Statutes public meeting notice is: will hereby be given held :'i

I available at the moment there much the same as kids today by the East Flagler Mosquito Control ;N;:
By Russell Kay Friends of Mrs. Kay Swayze District Board of Commission- I i
,. were always a number of others: look on John Glenn 'I will be glad to know that she era. on July 18. 1962. 7:30 P.M.. at > j I
Some where between the turn we could easily reach. Today, the home owner faces office on Highway AlA for the purpose 1
has returned to her home here of discussing the Tentative I
of the century and the atomic problems undreamed of in an I proposed Budget for fiscal ye& .,!!r
I after being a patient in the ending September 30. 1963. Budge- '
These wonderful handymen ;
age we seem to have lost a very earlier day. Instead of the dependable is summarized below; <-
important individual, the handy- knew just about everything i always available University of Florida Hospitalin Salaries (8,969.00 -. ..'
Gainesville. Gas oil grease & repairs 1220.0C 3!
I there was to know when it came I handyman, the must call the Tools, supplies 381.09 *!i'

man.When to solving tie home owners I plumber, the carpenter, the plasterer Legal Insurance& Tax 1000.00 850.00'i-J i i.

I was a youngster, we problem. They had that what- the glazier, the yardman, Visiting with Mr. and Mrs.I Incidentals 1335.00 "';I I

lived in a big frame house Justas ever your problem, they would and the electrician for run of Henry Shill and family over the I Total $1S,'155.00 ':*f
a lot of folks. do today. Of i ..'
take care of it and they did. the mill service. If his problem weekend were Mr. and Mrs.I East Control Flagler District Mosquito !
course there were few gadgets.We .
< The handyman would fix the is a household gadget he must Glenn Chase and daughter, Bobbie I George Moody. Chairman. I I
had electric lights, indoor June 28-2tc
toilet, put a new pane of glass I call a specialist, a radio man, from Orlando. Mrs. Chaseis t
plumbing of a sort, a pot belly in the window, repair the back a TV man, a washer man', a a niece of the Shills and alsoa IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I
stove for heat and an old fash- I FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA.
steps, mend the broken wire I II dryer man, a refrigerator man, former resident of. Flagler IN CHANCERY NO. 4472 i
ioned wood stove in the kitchen. Agnes Loughney, I
and put in a drain to carry 1 a furnace man 'and a host of Beach. Plaintiff /*i

As I recall there were annoy I off the water from the down- others. PatrickeLoughney .: I
John Sr.Defendant.. *>\
1 ances all home owners experi- spout and his bill would run II He must be able to answer 'Mr. and Mrs. J. Loncarevic. }\I

enced. Water pipes would leak, anywhere from one to three such questions as "Where do and children John and Vicki Sue, NOTICE TO DEFEND {\I
toilets wouldn't flush, lights dollars and maybe a drink of you cut the water off?", which THE STATE OP FLORIDA TO: I
from Flint '
Mich. '
are visiting JOHN PATRICK tiOUGHNEY. SR.
wouldn't light, windows would water if we didn't mind, passed fuse box serves the air conditioner with her parents Mr. and Mrs.C. Residence. and Post Office Address

get broken, doors wouldn't close, 'to Shim from the back door be- ?" Where is the sewer H. Martin. Unknown.You are hereby notified that a

drawers would stick, boards cause he didn't want to track up connection line? suit has been filed against you in ..
the above entitled cause; and you
Then there is a call charge, a are hereby required to file your answer '.
.1 Mr.' and Mrs. Leo I with the Clerk of this Court, ,
I labor charge, a material charge Libby and to serve a copy thereof upon. -
and the grand and glorious son Billy from Kearney N. J. the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney J''
whose and
name address is:
charge the home owner gets are visiting with Mr. Libby's Ray Selden I'

The City of Bunnell when he receives the assortmentof parents Mr. and Mrs. Willis Selden Daytona Building Beach. Florida 'J'1''
bills. White. not later than July 26, A.D. 1962.
If you fail to do so. decree pro ;
Gone along with the handy- confesso'will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the
man is the old fashioned family Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hoover and bill of complaint. The nature pf

doctor. Now, if something goes sons Nicholas and Reynold, arrived said WITNESS suit being my for hand divorce.and seal .of ,',
Wishes and
\ to publicly recognize wrong,with your personal health Monday from Windsor, A.said D. Court 1962. this 21st day of June .;,

you must see a general prac- Conn., for a two-weeks stay with (Official Seal) said Court ,
tioner. He looks 'you over and Mr. Hoover's Rev and Clerk of ..'"
parents, By Julia R.Harvey ,-:;
express its appreciation to r members sends you to an eye and ear Mrs. R. N. Hoover. June 28 & July 5-12-U-4tc Deputy Clerk 1

man, a throat' specialist, a

stomach man, a heart man, a I

of the Volunteer Fire Department bone surgeon or a physiologistto
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name a few. By the time you NOW'TRAILWAYS
have arranged an appointment; : "

of Bunnell for the won- taken care of the necessary X- :

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rays, laboratory tests and anal- .

ysis, you are so confused youcan't .................................... .i."'
derful job they are doing as a remember what sent you '
running to the doctor in: the first

place. GETS TO .-

I Wouldn't it be nice if we had
old fashioned handymen and
: ,', kindly family doctors today. NEW

Charles E. Creal Levi L. Brannam, Sr. .... .
Chester R. Ruggles Wilfred E. Hunter ':' ',".
Nevil Shute
. By yr4ip ..;, : ..
Paul Stanish T. E. Pellicer What would you do if you had J' ;- "

only six months to live? Do ) ;

C. B..%Eisenbach Earl E. Rice everything you had always Ai2J! ; .) ...

Charles Worley ,Owen C. Shelton wanted to do, kill, enjoy your
time while you could, or contemplate : j (

I O. K. Herr .>4 Wallace Weeks !I your life after death. ..
I The book, ON THE BEACH, describes "
G. E. Allen J. J. Kelley, Jr. I ,,'
the actions
k ,
.! G. E. Barber J. C. Deen and deeds, of the people on the t X 4L4 W Ride our :"

planet Earth after a series of : th'ru ',
> : >} #: : expresses ,
P I atomic bombs had been dropped.'
- - 4 rJ ::1 NEW
A submarine and a ship were ; over our

out at sea when Communist East Florida

China and Russia had their ,j

atomic As these the route ::. -
: war. were
r : % ; only ships' in, existence, they i' T
in ;' Our new route along the
contacted each other and decided .
eastern coastline cuts hours
! to go to Australia, the s off our Miami to New York .

'. . place thought to be the safest ;" :'y/ I ' trips.We travel new super- ?
and the last country that wouldbe highways. AIr-condition-
1Iu destroyed by radioactive fall .. ing. Reclining seats. Restroom -
J out. To find out the conclusion : :; ac! ;.. ry?;r:::: :Yr* *. Vista-view win
c.-- dows. ff r.
I of the story,come to the Bunnell -. .

,' Library and get the book, ON ...'.r.< .

THE BEACH, by Nevil Shute.
By Library Assistant

r r Jamesene Dawson ...;
The successful political In addition to merchants, Open range for Florida cattle
ended in
candidate depends to a and tradesmen, we must

I great extent upon the, suphave a number of unpaid easiest travel on earthFrom
In the Sistan region of Iran
port he receives from his workers-civic minded individuals BUNNELL
the BUNNELL 1-way From 1-way
dusty "Wind of 120 Days"scours
party. The party with the who devote their NEW YORK 530.10
the land' from June thru JACKSONVILLE 51.95
Faster Thru serviceWASHINGTON
does time activities and
most registered voters freely to
4 Convenient
September with gale force gusts.. trips dally
not always win-the members protects which benefit the
$22.75 MIAMI 7.00
must get out and work. entire community.
Thru service over 2 hours 4 Thru trips daily (plus tax)
Life in: our community is It is the combination of faster (plus tax)

somewhat similar. It isn't people working, buying,'selling MOODY'S PHARMACY

t enough that people lust doing good for themselves -
"live" here. We must have and for others that u RER 100 State St. ID 7.3661

i! '.- folks buying. selling, trading, make our community a won- M ps

': providing various services.: derful place to live. t : IJTT4WJvdJ.

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will root in a few weeks if How Now Dairy Cow'By campus life. MONGOLIANS MILK ANIMALS
r. Gardening In ,Florida placed under a mist-head. Or Such early conferences with
they will root if inserted in loose ( Pricilla Meyer) counselors, parents, and admin Mongolians milk all their animals
(By Hervey Sharpe) earth in a shady place near a istrators will enable the stu -sheep, goats, cows, camels
It's a funny world. Not so yaks, and
f: opposite from leaky faucet. dents to think through impor mares-and con-
< Hibiscus are long the aim of a good vert the yield into
: don'tfade information ago tant choices involved in preparing yogurt, cakes,
,: clothes-they For additional on
bargain-store dairyman was to develop cows for a career and select- cheese, and alcoholic drink. Fermented
It. with the summer sun. growing mallows, ask yourcounty' :
that would produce 400 poundsof said mare's milk is
Bulletin I ing courses, Dr. David used by
r To. insure that your midsummer agent for Extension "- butterfat in a year. And it Stryker, program coordinator. He Mongolians in the treatment of
will not take on a 168A, "Hibiscus in Florida.
'r garden was his dream to develop a cow : said freshmen thus avoid the disease.
faded look, plant one of the new that would produce' 500 pounds' hazards of last minute decisionsin r s

giant-blooming hibiscus now Graceful Oleander annually. the rush of fall enrollment. . .
available from: your local nurs Today, according to C. W. Sessions continue through

eryman. Color from these flowers Deadly PoisonerBy Reaves, dairyman with the Flor- August 10th.Eggplant R. MOODY
t- will sparkle during the hot-
ida Agricultural Extension Serv-
test days. ( Pricilla Meyer) PAINTINGPhone
ice, the average butterfat pro-
ek:;=. The new varieties,' Plush and A graceful oleander can become duction of all cows on official I I I I. ID 7.3240

,:-'.' Plume, were developed by Dr. S. a deadly poisoner if you test in one of the_ leading U.S. a ntive of the East BUNNELL, FLORIDA
Indies, is of the potato family.
r'E.. McFadden, Jr., ornamental don't respect its venomous dairy breeds has exceeded the .
f with the University leaves. 500-pound mark-and that's for

l: of Florida Agricultural Ex Actually, all parts of the com- nearly 100,000 cows. VACATIONSAre I
: periment Station. Now, however, the public demand -
mon oleander are poisonous, according -
vacation trip without
you taking your adequate
t... Plush and Plume have been to Erdman West, botan is switching to a greater insurance protection? For short-term or long-term I
the most eyeappealing emphasis on milk solids, rather
w r judged as ist and mycologist with the trip-surance, see us. Wherever you go. whenever you
,. blossoms from a group oft Florida.Agricultural Experiment than butterfat.
go. However you go-GO PROTECTED.
6,000 plants representing 30 different Stations. This change in the attitude of

it'' hybrid crosses. One oleander leaf is reportedto consumers may soon force mod SEE H. T. COOK AGENCYGeneral
'. Fine hairs cover :the scarlet be poisonous enough to kill ern dairymen to establish new Insurance

. 8-inch petals of Plush, giving an adult. And the dry leavesare production goals.Vocational. BUNNELL FLORIDA

;'. flowers a velvet-like appearance.: almost as toxic as the green- I I .

white Crimson anthers petals and contrast white velvety with ones. I Sf..........-..-.. ....._... .. ...... .... ..._.._. .. .................
: Picnickers are often seriously School {
:. stigma pads in the single 6- poisoned after roasting hot dogson .FOR ALL HnURS-DAY OR NIGHT
F inch flower of the Plum variety. the ends of oleander stems.
At Junior
The new hybrids flower free- And merely inhaling smoke College AMBULANCE

ly, producing flowers from June from! burning oleander leaves 11An PHONE VAlley 41625ST.
, to October. The peak season of has caused symptoms of poison- Opening July SERVICE

, showy color is mid-summer, early look at college' life AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
when few other plants are able I ing.Floridians should be on guard this week was afforded the first
Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
to muster color. Each flower
for the attractively disguised of some 3,000 September freshmen -
lasts one day and remains open poisoner-the oleander. Warn bound for the University are always at your service with promptness safety and

almost to sundown. children, never to, play with 1 pf Florida. axperi4acej .
The reach 5 to 8 feet
strange plants or flowers. I
in height and are well suitedto Parents and incoming freshmen j Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator

landscape shemes. are attending the first of
The new hibiscus varieties Bees hum by vibrating their 12 two-day early registration Garcia Funeral Home

grow well in sunny locations. wings rapidly. They do not pro. sessions introducing new stu P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
They thrive in wet soils and duce any sound with their mouth dents .to first year courses of
tolerate flooding. This makes I parts I study, and orienting them to I LADY ASSISTANT
them use. ideal plants for lake-side 1 _

' Gardeners with high sandy-
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x.11 .x - .r10Cv'r
lots can plant hibiscus near
drippy faucets.. Those who don't I

have leaky plumbing can keep
their summer mallows happily I ..
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blooming all summer with a
\ soaker-type hose.Developing p ,
the Plush and the

Plume was the first attempt to I
improve perennial hibiscus for
Florida gardeners. McFaddenused j

perennial hibiscus varieties .., ,
suitable for growth in this state . 4
and the Southeast \ <:" ,
Hibiscus of the perennial type
comes up year after year. The
top growth dies to the groundin
the fall, and the plant remains 4'f
dormant during the win. '

ter. The roots send out new .
shoots in the spring. 1 .
Such. plants can survive cold . r
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weather,. which is unlike the 1:. -

woody Oriental hibiscus now : ,
common in Florida gardens. Perennial .
hibiscus have been

grown in this country for over Jj:

100 years, but mostly fn the i .
HrisVr.: :
northern states.
Plants from out-of-state have
not grown well in Florida. Therefore Yi t: r:: r ys f ,

the University researcher is
seeking to breed plants that will rr
thrive here.

In hunting for a new look ,in .

hibiscus, Dr. _:McFadden keeps
only those plants that toleratea :: : .:. ....::. .
wide range of soil conditions,
including moisture and pH.
The new hybrids have been 1-'.

designated as perennial hibis _
cusGatorhybrid series 1. A t 1r
of releases will
second soon be series chosen from another CHEVROLET'S GOT THE CHOICE TO PLEASE CHOOSY PEOPLE j

group of varieties now under
test.Future hibiscus projects at the sporty? Many a family man's Here's about all the room, ride liveliness and luxury at a price
University include seeking new '. turned all-out aficionado after sam- and'refinement you.want-and it. that won't rock your budget
plants that will extend the color . ,, pUngMonza's rear-engine handling. all comes at a Chevrolet price. Voila, the new Chevy II Nova.

range of the flowers, produce -'. Background:Corvair Mona 4-Door Sedan Foreground:Chevrolet Impala Convertible Right: Chevy II Nova Sport Coupe.
different flower forms, and develop

the plants different. growth habits of <.:' Pick from 34 models ,during Chevy's Golden Sales Jubilee .a4 r

If the new varieties are not '-

available nursery. then''Yet plant at your one of local the .: .. _'. ; Seethe new y Chevrolet, Chevy II and Corvair at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's r r .::>0if

old stand-by varieties.All .
you need is a few tip

cuttings about six inches long. ., ., ; < ; : BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY
Perhaps your neighbor will share '.. ; : ;: .
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a few_the next time he is trimming '' ".
his hedge. The cuttings ,: .:-6- ..:..;--. TELEPHONE 73301. BUNNELL, FLORIDA
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