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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: August 13, 1959
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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; : 47, NO., 31 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY/ AUGUST 13, 1959 $2.50 A YEAR



ii"i";< Businessmens' Association Mrs.Injured Rodgers By Bunnell Lions Club Sponsoring-



L .'. Was Formed Monday Evening Large Dog 'Clean-Up.Paint-Up'\Campaign: '

.Mrs. Geneva Rodgers is receiving .

: < With 32 Present, and Voting I local hospital medical treatment this week at the for, In Run lell For Week of Aug. 17-22

.- I wounds received Monday morn I
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1'-1 7= : As a start, 32 business men of
: in t r board thinks Is desirable for the !. ing when she''was attacked bya Methodist The ,Bunnell Lions Club is
Bunnell net Monday evening, German Shepherd Dog.It .
,rn the community center building i new organization.: I I sponsoring a "Clean-Up-Paint
reported that the dog
was
Church NewsRev.
1' and formed an association. Officers I' The directors also are to submit was a pet at the Earl Rice home ,Up" campaign during the week ,

,,: named are Leo Baker, I at this meeting an outline and was accustomed to Mrs. R. N. Hoover of Flagler ::of August 17-22, members of the

: .' president; J. R. Shelton, vice for the' formation of a credit Rodgers being in the home each Beach will be guest speaker at committee said today.

president; and G. S. .Shields. I bureau, which the group agreed day. the .Methodist Church'here Sun .

secretary-treasurer. would be their first project.It The dog is being confined in !. day' morning at the 11 o'clock Members of the club, pointedout

:, < Elected as a board of directors was pointed out by a number an animal hospital for observa worship service. that several business houses

" were Coy Harris, John A* Clegg, of those present that the organization tion. Rev. Hoover, who Is pastor of have improved their store fronts

t. : T.. K. .McKnight, Gib Anderson, Is' not to be a credit I the 'Flagler Beach Methodist by painting and 'planting orna-

k Earl Rice, Robert Hull and Jim. association, or that a credit Church, will supply for 'the pas- mentals. This has improved the

my Kelley. bureau is to be its primary pur- Summer Dances tor, Rev. W. L. Spicer who is appearance of the store and addsto

: As a preliminary, 14 men had pose. It was agreed that the.association WithTeenagers on his vacation In' Bristol, Tenn. the beauty of the city also.

'f met two weeks previously and I If I I will attempt to put on Popular The'' Methodist Men will meet In a letter to merchants and

discUssed formation ,of an association I from time to time various events. I Wednesday evening, August 19, property owners, mailed out this
: businessmen. Last that it is hoped will bring the at the church for their
i. of I meeting. week, the Lions Club stated:
,.. Monday eVening was then set I people of the county into closer Teen and Pre-Teen dance heldat "Several business places have

i. for meeting to which all businessmen cooperation.By the Womans Clubhouse Tues
a improved their store fronts
-' of Bunnell were invited. cooperation, it was ,stated, day evening drew a record crowdof Football Practice painting and planting shrubs by
a greater degree of civic pride 226. Eighty-one Pre-Teen and
than hour these
For an
more
and have noticed
', their and responsibility would ,result. 145 Teen attended the two NextWednesday we hope you
expressed Begins
I men thoroughly how much nicer these stores ap
And, as a consequence, the en- dances.
t opinions as to the kind of organization We this
would tire county would be benefiitted.It The top tune selected for next pear. hope Campaignwill
they thought
be helpful to themselves and to was also stressed the association week was "Little Boy In Love". I tUrn dress realize up our town business and for in
more
does not anticipate becoming The King and Queen selectedfor
;, the community. Coach Bill Humphry has called you, and greatly improve the
chamber of Robert
a commerce the Teen Dance were
I r.-- The group then agreed toY the, first, practice session for appearance as one travels U.S.No. .
r... elect officers and a board of dlrectors It is not to be an ,organizationfor Cook and Sharon Cowart. the 1959,Bulldogs for Wednesday, 1 or No. 11.

I,: .,';:' to start the organization. promoting any one objective, Mrs. Harold'' Massle, said the August 19, 3:00. P. M. at the I
submit at but will strive to be of benefit ten summer Teen and Pre-Teen "Owners of upkept lots will be .
School
The directors are to High Gym.
: to the whole held I asked to clean them up; owners
county. dances which have been.
i i-- .a.; meeting to be called by President / I All boys that would like to
;' ::. Baker a list of names thek' I It was also agreed that only had a total ,attendance record of play football this year please of buildings that need paint will
f be asked \
to paint. The store
simple projects would be first 1723.Mrs. attend this practice. He also :

'promoted, the men feeling that Massie said Teenagerswere stated that ,the boys are to bring owner or operator will be askedto
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To Dedicate whatever the group attempts invited to a- meeting- shorts and T shirts to the practice purchase their own paint and

should be successful. the Flagler Recreation Center on Socks will be furnishedby brushes, but the Club will try

... CenterMond: i II 1be'"bune\hlnk1l ,ih se men Wednesday!;1.1o.. vening,_-to* discuss the athletic:department. to arrange :1or/stores (-who"sell '.
are on :the rlght'tra k to 'a Winter plans and:;to form. club. Coach Humphry'' is*also planning paint) to haye.&atsale price on-

f Flagler Beach Methodist Men worthwhile goal-that of promoting The meeting was also planned to to field a Jr. High Team the paints, and brushes.
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President Lyman Gage is extend I closer cooperation of resi- give them the opportunity of this year and''would like for all !Quite ,a few of our business '
dents in the seeing the new' center landJrecreation houses could be landscaped. Notice
ing an invitation to everyone pride community, 7th and 8th grade boys who
to attend the dedication of the I I and a desire to,make it a better supplies which have would like to be on this teamto the recent landscaping doneat

Flagler Recreation Center at'7:30 place in which to. live. .been secured. I I ,be at the Gym at the same: several places on U.S. No. 1?

Monday evening, August 17, at '. time as the Varsity Team. :'Looks nice doesn't it!! It's not

the corner of 8th and Central : Schools 31 I I! expensive to landscape and it '
I Open Monday, August ; 'I i does put the finishing toucheson
Sgt. Maszk Places In
Ave.The
t public is invited to as- List. of Teachers For All Schools Two Pistol Matches I'I a .building. The CountyAgent's .
;. semble in the Park for the ribbon : of.Bun office can draw up landscape
i f ., cutting ceremony. After this Sgt. Joseph B. Maszk t plans for you. The only
nell has placed in two events in I
t *they will go into the Recreation I Students will be trooping backto Townsend, Viola E. Tonkin, Lau I expense that you would' have
the National Rifle and Pistol
, Center Building for the program the schools of, Flagler.,County ra S. Morris, Sara E. Rodgers, would be the purchase of the

which will include' speakers, entertainment I August,,31. for the begnining of I'Marguerite, S. Hornsby. Matches at Camp Perry, Ohio, shrubs and the labor for plant-
r// 'I I in a field of '1,800 competitors.Sgt. .
t and_ refreshments.The I the 1959.60 term County Super. Emma: H. Murray?junior high; Maszk, firing as a member ing."Does
' past week has brought the intedent Z.D. Holland announced -' Myrtle G. Cockman, English; By- your property need
of the Third U. S. Army Re'serve
t ,; : remodeling. decorating, and today. ron H Hinson, mathematics' ;. cleaning up or painting? Wouldit
in his
honor
I,J' painting, to almost completion. He'also announced'that there I Kathleen D. Baker, French and Team?; won add to Its beauty if shrubs
categorey 'In the Centerfire
1:.:, The interior has been repainted, .will be one change' in the school social studies; Jennie Martin- were planted? The Campaign
Timed Fire
Match and the Cen-
,'" pictures have been "hung, built bus routes. The Flagler-Beach' dale, English; John A. Cannon, Committee of the Lions Club will
terfire Rapid Fire Mat h.
; L.. in window seats have been bus will start'at the ison'resi- science and guidance; Theodore contact you. soon in regard to
.- Mr.: Maszk is a member of,
: added indoor planters and lights dence on, the John Anderson C. Hein, business education; .% !this project. Won't you help us
the and is
Army Reserve on
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! have been installed. Highway and pick up all elementary Whitney E. Green, Jr:, chemistry his active Camp make our City more attractive?" .

r '. New furnishings are being school children on the and biology; Lucille R. Anderson I duty at Perry.= .
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I.;''w-:" added daily by individuals,, and, highway and in Hillcrest and I librarian; Lacy'' R. --- '" -

r.;' ;' organizations. Some of the equipment carry them to the Flagler Beach I.Humphrey, social.studies; Nancy FLAGLER COUNTY SCHOOL CALENDARSchool

i: already secured ,include school. It.will, then leave the Youree, physical education; CoyG. Year 1959-60

)'i ping pong, skates, indoor Flagler Beach school and follow Harris, physical education; .
!. ;, horseshoe, checkers, jig saw Highway''' No iii, to Bunnell. Omar H. Ergle vocational agri Here is the School Calendar for the 1959-60 full termas

;:"- puzzles, blackboards; and many The County Board changed the culture; Walter S. Morris, music furnished by School Superintendent Z. D. Holland:The

$>.;..'. more are being added daily. boundaries of the Flagler Beach director; Mary B., Broadaway, 'Tribune suggests that parents-and others interestedcut
::" The: Methodist Men sponsored school attendance area from the home economics: -
this out and file for reference
t'-:: '. the movement for a recreation Intercoastal waterway west to' Flagler Beach Elementary School "' during the school year. ,

: :", Center' a short time ago and it I include all of Hillcrest and those 'I William E. Fennell,,Jr.', princi- August 19, 1959-Begin Pre-School Conference

'.:t' was accepted so wholeheartedly west, of the intercoastal water- pal and sixth grade; RosemaryI. August" 28, 1959, End Pre-School Conference. .

\:' by'the towns people and several way to'the John Anderson High Brown, first grade;' Suzanne L. August 31, '1959, ,SCHOOL BEGINS, ,
f;. > organizations that is has way. Bourne, second grade; Emma G. "
September 7 1959 Vacation Labor
::0 ( Day). .
t' \ developed into a real community All pupils' living in that area Kulp, third and fourth grades; ;
+j(\' project.,, The property"was pur- i will be required to attend the Daisy W. Moody, ''fourth and October 12, 1959, End 1st six weeks period. f\r: .

!. ',: chased by the City about six Flagler Beach School ,unless .reassignment fifth grades.. November 23, 1959, end 2nd six weeks period. f,; ,

3'i" months ago to be used for recreational is granted by the Carver High School November 24, 1959, begin 3rd six weeks period. .,;" : ,. ,

,," :..f": \ purposes.' Board of Public Instruction. Leroy A. Hunter, principal; November 26-27,' 1954 Thanksgiving (Thurs. and Fri.) st

! ,;. :' We would like to present: the There will be' 180 school days Caretha M. Harris and HerculesW. December 21, 1959, Christmas vacation. '* "
> ; editorial bouquet of orchids to for students and 196 'days that Benjamin, first grade; Flora J. "

',. the newly organized Methodist teachers will be on duty. Ann Lloyd and Annie M. Lawson January 4, 1960, return from Christmas vacation.. ;'p

: ', Men in 'sponsoring this much Following_is a list of ,teachersfor second' grade; Juanita J. January 20' I960,' end 3rd six weeks period. < .

'needed movement the Towns. the various schools. of the Williams and Louzetta D. Single- March 2, 1960, end 4th six weeks period. ,*:4-:

people' of ;:Flagler Beach who county: :tary; third grade; Essie M. Gid- April 13, 1960, e'nd.5th. six 'weeks period. .:'i.:>:.

have wholeheartedly joined ,in BunaellHigh.School !dens, fourth' grade;, Vineda. S. I April .14 begin 6th 'six weeks { "
.1960. period. ; :
the movement,to make it a real Carl E. HornSbY ,supervising I I Smith, fifth grade; Joe Lee .:- ,<; lI! ,
I April 15, :1960, Easter vacation (Good Friday). :: t .
almost McGriff and' :
community project completed principal; Clifford A., Jr., Smith, six, grade physical

; in such,a,short,.time. We assistant principal. education; Queen _E.; Polite, social April 18,' 1960 Easter vacation. :" .- <.

; also give an ,extra ,large orchid Teaching elementary education : studies; Catherine E. Craw' May, 22, 1960, (Sunday) ,Baccalaureate Service. -" '. .
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.,, to ''the, City Commissioners who are: Frances F. Wadsworth, Roberta i ford, home economics; Evange- May 27, 1960, CLOSE OF SCHOOL. _i :" .
had the, farsight to acquire the B. 'Steflik, Hazel H. Hol- I line H.'Ray.English; Johnnie M. Graduation ': "-'* \t. : ..
May 27; ..1960 exercises. : 4
properijr'Several,, months ago forrecreational land Frances: ''El'Scruggs.::;: ;,Judith tynum: ;. math ,and. science; Bet-' : '.* .: ,

,t, purposes,' when. ,it M. Eddinger, Jeanne?B; Cannon,I I tie L.?Horne, business education;. May 30, .1960, begin post-school conference. :v jJune ,' ,:"
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was 'available.; Lois S. :Hlgginbotham, Ruth 'C: i Edsel C. Davit, music director. : 8,;1960, end post-school conference -

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l- PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday; August 13, 1959

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i 'i. -Subscrfba--- for,The Flogler 'xibuus IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS: .1 OCEA.NA MOTEL

r FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA NAME LAW I I nder which we are engaged In.

IN, THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ERICH IN CHANCERY FRIES. NO. ,381:-, TO" WHOM IT MAY'CONCERN: renting'Motel Rooms & Apartments:

FIJtGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA. I' Plaintiff Notice is hereby given that the at Flagler Beach. Florida and that
IN CHANCERY NO. 3786 undersigned pursuant to Chapter the undersigned are the 'only per-
ANNE vs: %20953' Laws of Florida. 1941. will sons interested in said business.
.. ... MESMER.. Plaintiff.FRED HELGA M. FRIES, register with the Clerk of the Cir- Dated at Bunnell. Florida this
Defendant. 24th day. of July 1959.
.. VII. cuit Court Ih and for Flagler
MESMER. NOTICE TO DEFEND County. Florida upon receipt of J CHARLES SINDELAR
Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: proof of Publication of this notice I HELEN M. SINDELAR

NOTICE TO DKKKSfO Helga M. Fries the fictitious name.to-wit: I July 30 & Aug. 6-13--ttp()
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Haus Nr. 2Kleinochsenfurt
amMain 1----. ______
Fred Mesmer --
White Haven Road bei Wuerzburg. Bavaria NOT IC, E
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Grand Island. New York Germany
I I You are hereby notified that a You are hereby notified that a I Notice Is herebY given that, the Board of County Commissioners or
suit has been filed against you in I Flagler County Floridaw'' meet on Monday.
suit has been filed against you in I September 7th. 1959. at-
the above entitled cause! ; and you I 9 A M for the
the above entitled cause; and you I purpose Pf hearing: complaints or objections to adoption
are hereby required to file your,answer are hereby required to file your an- of the county budget for the ensuing fiscal year. /;J .
with the Clerk of this Court. swer, with the Clerk of this Court I
and to serve a copy thereof upon and to serve a copy thereof upon 1 C. H. CO'V ART. Chairman

the.,:plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney., Board of County Commissioners. .', -
whose name and address Is: whose name and address is: I' Flagler County. Florida 4.
ATTEST
Ray Selden Samuel V. Holch :
A. S. (Syd Herlong Selden Building -. Box 471 RALPH E. HARBERT. Clerk
Beach Florida East Palatka. Floridanot Board of County Commissioners.
,- rUth DlitrI'As Daytona later 14. A. D. Flagler
than
Congressman not later- than August 21st A.D. September 5 County. Florida

''I 1959.If. you fall to do so. decree pro 1959.If. you fail to do so 5 (decree pro I ESTIMATE. OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS J.'LAGLEIt COUNTY

confesso will be entered againstyou confesso will be entered againstyou GENERAL FUND
this session of the 85th : for the.relief demanded in the for the relief demanded in the For the Fiscal Year Ending September 30. 1060

its end I bill of complaint. The nature of i bill of complaint. The nature of
lt/c No.
congress approaches divorce. ( Classification Last-Year This Year-
I said suit being for divorce. / said suit being for ESTIMATE .
think it would be well ,for ys WITNESS my haid and seal of WITNESS my hand and seal of OF RECEIPTS:
I said Court this 17th, day of JulyA. said Court this 11th day of August. 111 Taxes 1.% Mlll on assessed valuation of

to take another look at what D. I9at.Official 'I A. D. 1959. 114 Railroad and $ 8419.00 $ 9,491,80
has done Federal ( Seal) RALPH E. HARBERT (Court Seal) RALPH E. HARBERT Telegraph Licenses __ 380.00
to keep 115
been I Clerk of said Circuit Court Clerk of said Circuit Court Racing Commission 53,000.00 65000.00
expenditures within the limits July 23-30 & Aug. 6-13-4tc Aug. 13-20-27 & Sept. 3-4tc 116 Insurance :Agents County License Tax 15.00 75.00
131 Tax Redemptions 5.00
5.00(
proposed in the President's budg ,((1N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH i 133 "'Tax Deed Surplus 1500.00 1,500.00
AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTV JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND 135 Candidates Filing Fees 2500.00
et. ) FLORIDA IN PROBATE. FOR FLAGLER COUNTY FLOR 137 Occupational Licenses 400.00 400.00
CASE! No. IDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 22SM 138 Beverage Licenses -" .000.00 .000.00
As of' July 31 the House Ap- IN RE: LILY O'DONNELL., a widow and 155 Excess,Fees. County Judge _+_._ 7.000.00 5,000.00
Estate of GENERAL GRANT VIOLET I. NEST 160 County Sources Fees Sheriff ... .,. 90,000.00 57.009.00
propriations Committee's box- WILSON Deceased Plaintiffs. 183 Sale of Property _._r___ 600.00 600.90
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll 186 Other non Revenue Receipts 25.00
that on those billson -vs- %5.00I
score. showed creditors of the estate of WILLIAM n. SORG' and ANNA- '
which both the Senate and; GENERAL GRANT WILSON deceased BELLE. SORE husband and wife I TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS $163,404.00 143976.82

are hereby notified and required etc., et al.. ILess 5% +-.. .._ 8.170.20 7198.84
House have acted the total appropriations to file any claims or demands .
which they may have against I Defendants.NOTICE 95% of Estimated Receipts' 15533.80
136777.98
for the fiscal FORECLOSURE SALE
year said estate in the office ,of' the 1 OF ,Balances to be brought forward: Cash 37000.00 50000.00 \
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I
1960 were $15% millions more county judge of Flagler County.
to Final Decree of Fore-
in the Courthouse at Bun- pursuant TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND
Florida : BALANCES192233.80 $186. 77.98
closure dated February 26. 1959.
than the budget,estimates called nell. Florida within eight calendar Order I I ,
and recorded In Chancery
months from the date of the first ESTIMATED EXPENSES GENERAL .
FUND
for. But this doesn't tell the Book 22. page ]3%; in the .Circuit FLAGLER COUNTY
publication of this Notice. Each in For tile Fiscal Year Ending September 30
Court. Seventh Judicial Circuit 1960
There still claim demand must be in writingand '
whole story. are or and for Flagler County. Florida
some big "money bills" on which must estate the place of residence I' together with Amendment to said I 211 Salary County Commissioners, -- ---------- -$ 6000.00 $ 6000.00
and post-office address of theclaimant"and 212
Final Decree dated April 14th. 1959. Salary Clerk of the Board 3,000.00 3.000.00
action must be taken, and thereis must be sworn to by'the and Second Amendment to said 216 Salary Supervisor of Registration ____ 1,500.00 1,500,00
claimant his agent or his attorney 219 Other Admin. Salaries Ine. Atty to Board 3,600.00
Final Decree dated July 30. 1959. 3,600.00
reason to believe that the fin- or it will oecome void according wherein Lily O'Donnell. a widow 221 Fees Clerk Circuit Court 500.00 500.00
to law. July %7. 1959. I 224 Commission to Tax Aassessor __
al figure of appropriations can and Violet.- West are plaintiffs 7,500.00 7500.00
First publication: Auer. 6. 1959. 225
Commissions to Tax Collector
and William G. Sorg and Annabelle 1,500.00 7500.00
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be kept well'within and maybe VINNIE WILSON I Sorg. husband and wife: A. S. Con- 21 Coroner.s Fees on Inquests X100.00 150.M
Administrator of the Estateof
ley. Jr.. trading and doing business 241 Maintenance of Court House 20000.00 5,000.00,
below the budget GENERAL GRANT WILSON -
substantially
as Caudill's Concrete; Harvey 'M.No 261 Elections Registrations. etc. _.. 1500.00 2000.00
figures.A deceased! well, doing business as Daytona 26-2 Legal Advertising and Expenses 400.00 400.00
Aug. 6-13-20-27--4tc
Oak Flooring: T. 'H. Mitchell andD. 265 Hospitalization Insurance __ 300.00 300.00
closer look at the record IN 'CIRCUIT COURT OF B. Alexander doing business as 269 Admin. Supplies and Expense .. 8,000.00 8000.00
Mitchell & Alexander: Willis W. 311 Pro-rata Share Circuit .Judge Salaries __ 175.00 175.00
reveals that. the House has exercised FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA.TN .
CHANCERY NO. 3783 White; McCormick Lumber 'Com- 316 Salary Sheriff Deputies and Assistants 33796.00 34.90itOO
'' considerably more restraint RAYMOND MASIAS. pany a Florida Corporation, and 364 Sheriffs Expenses other than salaries _. 14000.00 17700.00
Midland Distributors... a Flor- Investigations ___ __ 00.00 100.01)
than the Senate in hold- Plaintiff ida Corporation are defendants: 541 Health Unit ... 8,20000 800.01)

down. Thisis ,'s., .. Florida Loan Co..' Inc... a Florida 562 Insanity Inquests -_-.,__. ....,. ,., __ 200.00 00.00
ing appropriations AUDREY M. MASIAS 563 General Welfare
Corporation: Florida' Bank and 5,500.00 5,500.00
not in criticism. the Senate Defendant. Trust Co. of Daytona Beach. Flor- 565 Hospital Service for Indigent ______ .500.00 .750.00 I
NOTICE TO'DEPTJNn I ida a Florida Corporation are defendants 671 County Service<< Officer ._ ___ 3.100.00 3,700.00
There ,are- no doubt, hon- THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: : I. as Special Master will 6'12 Civil Defense _.. nmn_._ 5onon 5nnnn
est differences of opinion be- Audrey M. Masias I sell to the highest and best bidder 682 Fire Control 8,514.00: 8,514.00:
3285 Overland Avenue 683 Health and Recreation
for cash at the Front Door of 1000.00 1000.00
tween" the House and Senate as Los Angeles 34. CaliforniaYou I. the Flagler County! Courthouse In 681 Agriculture<< 4,700.00 4700.00
are here notified that a suit the of 685 Publicity and Advertising
City Bunnell Flagler County 1000.00 1,000.00
to what expenditures are neces- has been filed against you in the Florida at 11:00 o'clock A. M.' 84 SherIff Equipment _'_'_.__ .800.00 100.00
above entitled cause: and you are on the.llth'day of September, A.D. 916. Racing Com. Tax to Board of Public Int. __ 35500.00 38650.00
sary. hereby required to ,.file your answer I 1959. followlnflfr-descrlbed property 921 Revenue Refu:1ds (tax ceru. etc.) ".. b .a.50.00 50.00TOTALiAPPROPRIATIONS
On July 31 the House had com- with the Clerk9fthis Court.' as set' forth Tin said final 'decree ,
"- and to serve a copy thereof upon *
to-wit; ._ .. _184235.00 $173.189.00 -
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney Lots 1 and 2 of Block 39. Reserve for Contingencies _.._...... '2719.20 8308.98
(More on page 6) whose name and ,address is: I Moody Subdivision situated in Reserve for Contingencies. Sheriff ... .... ...... .. 5279.60 C.280.00
Rav SeBuildln Flakier Beach. Flag' er County .

Daytona Beach Floridanot Florida according to Plat thereof TOTAL BUDGET .. _..__.192233.80 $186,777.98 ,
NOTICE: UNDER FICTITIOUS I recorded in Plat,Book 1. page
NAME LAW later than August; 28 A. D. 1959. 26'of the Public Records of ESTIMATE OF RECEIPT FLAGLER COUNTY..
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: If you fall to do so? decree pro 'I" S Flaeler County. Florida. FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND
confesso will be entered against
Notice Is hereby given that the WITNESS my :hand and seal at
to chapter vou for the relief demanded in the For the Fiscal Year Ending September 3O, 1960
undersigned pursuant Bunnell. Flagler; County Florida,
Laws of Florida. 1941 will bill of complaint. The nature of f I this 6th of,
20953. day Aucrust A. D. 1959.
register with the Clerk of the Cir- said suit being for divorce. (Court Seal) RALPH E. HARBERT 115 Racing Commission -, ____,.__.,.._ $ 2000.00 10500.00
cuit Court. In and for Flagler WITNESS 'my hand and seal of I As Special Master. 186 Other non Revenue_ Receipts ?. 50.00 50.00
County. Florida upon receipt of said Court this. 22 day o: July A. D. Aug. 13-20-27 & Sept. 3-4tc
of this notice 1950! TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS 2,050.00 10550.00
proof of publication -----
(Official Seal) Less 5% _, 102,50 527.50
the fictitious name to-wit: / IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF -
Bunnell Restaurant and Cofeee I RALPH E. HARBERT FLAGLER COUNTY.
Shop and Motor Lodge under whichwe Clerk of said Circuit' Court IN CHANCERY NO. 38O4 FLORIDA. 95% of E Estimated Receipts _____- ___ 1,947.50 10022.50
are engaged at Bunnell. Flora July 30 & Aug. 6-13--ttc() THOMAS R. NAUGHTON. Balances to" be brought forward: Clash .?.?, 34000.00 16000.00

ida in the business of selling food Plaintiff
and lodging and that the under- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH vs. TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES $ 35947.50 ;$ 26,022750

signed are the only persons Inter- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND ANGELA ,NAUGHTON.
ested In said business. FOR, FLAGLER COI'NTV. FLORIDA Defendant. ESTIMATED EXPENSES FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND
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Dated _t Bunnell. Florida this IN CHANCERY NO. 38O6 NOTICE TO DEFEND FLAGLER..COUNTY

16th day of July 1959. RITA MAUREEN ROLPH.Plaintiff. THE STATE OF ,FLORIDA TO: Far the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, I960
EDWARD ABRAHAM Angela Naughton

ZENA.MUZYKAJuly '-vs- 218-10 43rd Street ,275 Salaries Juvenile Judge etc. ..... $ 700.00 $ 700.00 I
30 & Aug. 6-13-0---4tc EDWIN ALBERT ROLPH. Bayside. Queens County Salary Prosecuting Attorney 600.00, 600.00

Defendant. New York 1321 Fees and Costs Clerk Circuit Court 200.00 200.00 .
NOTICENotice ,, NOTICE TO DEFENDIN I You are hereby notified that a 32 Fees ,and Costs, Clerks of Other Courts 25:00 5.00
Is hereby given that the THE NAME OF THE STATE suit has been filed against you in 33 Fees and Costs County Judge ..._..... 19,000.00 14,000.00
City & Equalizing l be sub OF FLORIDA: I the above entitled cause;, and you 324 Fees and Costs Justice of the Peace ., ..._ 100.00100.00
mitted to the Board of TO: EDWIN ALBERT ROLPH. are hereby required to file your an-, 326 Fees and Costs. Constable 500.00 100.00
the City of Bunnell., Florida for whose residence and/or Post Office swer with the Clerk of this Court 3Z'l Conviction Fees .500.00 7.700.00
approval on Tuesday the 8th day I address Is unknown' : and to serve a copy thereof upon 328 Witness and Juror Fees ., 400.00 "- 400.00
of September. A. D. 1959 at 7:30P. You are hereby notified that a the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney 39 Other Court. Costs and Fees __ 150.00 SOO.OO
M. in the office of the City Clerk. suit in equity ha. been brought whose name and address is: 681 Fish and Game Conservation 50.00 00.00
All persons desiring to have cor- against you by RITA MAUREEN Samuel V. Holch 931 Transfer to.OOO.OOTOTAL
rections in such roll whether In 'ROLPH.. In the Circuit Court Sev- Highway 17-East Palatka

.. / the listing or the valuation of enth Judicial Circuit in and for P.O. Box 471 APPROPRIATIONS _. -,4 34.45.00 ,525.00
property or otherwise are. hereby Flagler County Florida and you I Palatka. Floridanot Reserve for Contingencies 1.52.50 1.49'1.50 J
hereby summoned' ordered and later 4 A. D. I ITOTAL'
required to file with the City Clerk are than September
or at the meeting.. their petition required to file your written answer 1959: BUDGET I
decree ....._ $ 35.47.50 $ 6.0.50
defenses to the
setting forth their objections to or other com- If you fall to do so. pro
such assessments and the corrections nlalnt filed herein against you in confesso will be entered against ESTIMATES OF REVENUES!' AND RECEIPTS FLAGLER 'COUNTY
which they desire to have the above' entitled cause in the office you for the relief demanded In the
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made of the Clerk of the Circuit bill of complaint. The nature of ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND
L. H. DRADY. Court In and for FlaKier County said suit being for divorce. For't ;e Fleeal Year Ending September 30, 1960EATIDIATES i
City Clerk of Bunnell. Florida Florida at his office In the Courthouse i WITNESS my hand and seal of 1
Aug. 13720-Z7 & Sept. 34tcIN in Bunnell. Florida_ on orbefore I said Court. this 3rd day of AugustA. OF RECEIPTS: r
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the: 11th day VI. "''eptember' D. 1959.Official 130 Taxes 3.5 mills on asa ed valuation of

THE CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH A. D. 1959. nnd to serve a copy of ( anRALPH 7,969.85f.00 ._. .,._-._____._$ 24555.41 1.68t.49
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND such answer or defenses upon LeonF. E. HARBERT 111-1 Gasoline tax 20%' of 7th cent __ 30000.00 10,000.00
FOR FLAGLER COUNTY. FLOR- Stewart plaintiffs attorney Clerk of said Circuit Court 111 Gasoline and Motor Fuel 'Tax 14000.00 14000.00
IDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 3803, h-reln. whose Address is 310 South Aug. 6-13-20-27-4tc' 113 Special :Motor Fuel ,Tax 400.00 400.00
HAROLD DLUGO. Beach Street. Daytona Beach. Flor- 115 Racing Commission 30500.00 Sl.800.80
.. Plaintiff. ida. on or before said date as required I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 170 Sale of Scrap _J 25.00 5.00
-vs- bY the laws of Floridaand FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA 172 Mise. Reimbursements 100.00 100.00
MILDRED C. DLUGO. the Florida Rules of Civil l roc(>d- I' IX CHANCERY NO. 3805 186 Other non_Revenue Receipts 100.00 100.00
Defendant. ure. If vou fail to do so. a decreepro THERESA COOK. 1183 Sale of Property 5.00 25.00
NOTICE OF SUIT confesso will be entered a- Plaintiff 111 Current Refunds ._ 100.00 100.00
TN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF erainst you for ,the relief demandedIn vn. 190 Transfer _..._. 10,000.00
FLORIDA the t'OmnIAI.t.You ERNEST COOK.. t
TO: MILDRED ,C.. DLUGO. are further notified thAt the Defendant. TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS 109805.41 $$14.34.
114 Pacific Avenue Apartment nature of this suit is a suit for NOTICE TO, nFFFNnTHE Leas 50'0 5490.27 6.Jt.13
C-4 ? dl"'rce. STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:

Atlantic City. ,New Jersey hThe .mf't been In which Ernest Cook 95% of Estimated Receipts 104315.14 118.42.77

You are hereby ,required to file suit has Instituted Is 22-24 127th Street Balances, to be brought forward: Cash ...__ _......... 73000.00 10.000.00
with the Clerk of this Court your Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial Cir College Point. L. T New York

Answer to the Bill of Complaint cult ,Flagler Countv., Florida and Ypu are hereby notified that a TOTAL ESTIMATED. RECEIPTs" AND BALANCES $171.315.14 ,$188.0.77
filed herein ,against you, In the -hbrpwlatf'd style of the case suit has been filed against you in ... I
above entitled cause on or before Is Rita Mauren Rolnh plaintiff. the above entitled cause; and you ESTIMATED EXPENSES ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND _
the ,,11th day of September A. D. -v,.. Edwin Albert Rolph. defend are hereby required to file your COUNTY' I
1959. and serve a CODV thereof,up- ant. answer with the Clerk of this FLAGLER
on CHARLES J. LUKE. II. Plaintiffs H is hsreb" 'or****** that thl- Court and to serve a conv thereof For the FbWa' Year Ea.lag September 30. 1080
attorney herein whose address order and notice shall be published upon the plaintiff or, plaintiffs attorney -
is 533 Seabreese Boulevard. one week for four consecutive whose name and address 411 Supervisory Salaries S 7500.00 3 5.000.00
Daytona Beach. Florida. "Flagler weeks In the Flwrler Trlhune. Is: 415 Free Labor 28.01)0.00 30000.00
Tribune", Is, hereby designated aa nWllftaper published In Bunnell. Samuel'V Holch 421 Maintenance of 4 Buildings 15.000.00 2000.00
the newspaner In which this order 'WIortda.' Flasrler Countv.- 'and haY- T*. O. Box -471 422 parts and .supplies 8,000.00
shall be published ,once a.week for ing, n general circulation in Flag- .. Highway 17rEast Palatka U3 Gasoline _anSI Oil 6.0no.oo 6,000.00
four consecutive 'weeks. HEREIN letrv iiiit... Floridawl'rNErq.y PalAt1a. Florid 4t 'Other, unpllfJil! r 1.000.1'0 2.500.09
FAIL NOT OR A<:DECREE PRO hand 'aa Clerk of r;t later )han I September 4.' A. D.. 427 Care of convicts 5.nao.on'' 5000.00

CONFESSO WILL BE ENTERED said r.t..lt .wot ,.IF1sr'Cr; "'n"-' 195. fIt 431 e'Road. Bridges CUlvert.. ,Materls.l! etc 10.000.00 2C.OOO.OO
AGAINST YOU FOR, SUCH FAILURE tv. Florid and the '.eal of said you' fall to. flo so. decree_ ore 451. Purchase of Right of Way 55000.00 1000000.

< r"''iirt at BnnnellF1 e1er Countv.1o confeR relief entered the 452 Expense 'of Procuring Right of .Way 10000.00 1000.00
The nature of this suit is a Bill r+ "'*4a. *.n this
of
for Divorce. %. A..tD.Ta6! bill ot''complaint. The nature Cli Drainage 4000.00 4000.00 ,'j
and seal' iah HF;. JIARBERT said suit Divorce. -4-
WITNESS 'my'han4 at (,Court 'BAU Ming for 365 'H08pltallzatlon Insurance ,250,00 400.00
Bunnell. Flagler County. Florida ,rink 'Circuit .Courtpa.t.r4'nnnty WITNESS my hind and weal of
854 Stockade. New Construction :_. 40000.00
this 31st day, of July ,A. D. 1959. c Florida aid Court this 3rd day of AugustA. County -, -
(Court Seal) T.WLk.RTEwART, .- T>. 1959.Official APPROPRtA.TlONS 1'11.750.00 1'lttOO.OO 'I
RALPH HARBERT A.TTORvirr| FOR PLAINTIFF' ( Seal) Reserve for Contingencies 1.515.14 1.1.77
As Clerk. Circuit Court 910 South BeachtRtrretDaytona RALPH E.' Harbert. 3 ;, .
Flakier County,'Florida ;* Beach. Florida Clerk of MM CircultCourt.dog. ;: BUDGET .....1'l7.SU.14 UII.02.77
Aug. .13-20-27 Sept.- ,3-Itc' 'Augl ,13.2O.2Tt v*, Sept., 3-'Itc ; 6.13.20-27-4tc: : TOTAL _' 1

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Attendance I
at }tin the production .of sea:food. EL50AYEAB.

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Florida Parks Tentative Budget. Emit FlaKier M. qntte Control DUtrfct, for "a'al year
October 1, J9W.to September SO, 1980
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Local: Fund Fund No. Fund No. 2

At New High'State .Salaries Chemicals".. ...-- .,... .. ..._ -$ 5850.00 4.189.00_ 4,160.00 ....
(Gas. Oil. Greaae & Repairs 3878.00 911.00
Tools.. Supplies & Materials .
Director (Legal .& Tax :.._.... .:.._..i '974.00 250.00 265.00
Park Emmett L. Insurance -' 595.00
Hill of Tallahassee has trans. Contract Work .. 500.00 200.00
Incidentals ..
815.00
mitted to the Board of Parks and Equipment ..----.--- .. 11600.00
Contingency -,- 1373.00
Historic Memorials the report on T. 109.00

attendance at 33 state parks and 12612.00 17612.00 $ 5445.00
'historic memorials for the year Meeting will be held at the office at 7:00'P..M. August 26. 1959 for
hearing on this Budget'CRAIG
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a little over 3,125,000 patrons I FUNERAL HOME
visited them in fact the total ,

-is: 3,260,129 against 2,870,368 for A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
the' previous year./ This is a
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gain of'389,761-visitors or overa
third of a' million people. WIRED O OD 6AT AIR OXYGEN

CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I LADY I EQUIPPED
Hugh Taylor Birch at .Fort POULTRY WATEKJER Easily-constructed watering facilityfor ATTENDANT
Lauderdale was first! with 823 poultry consists of wood slats stapled or wired. to fence at AMBULANCES'
"267; Fort Clinch at F rna dlna corner to support watering pan."
Beach forged into second place C--- Phone ID 7-3532

with 288,169 visitors and Fort Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune, $2.50 Yearly in Advance 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA ..
Pickens at Pensacola was third I
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with 267,839. St. Andrews at -

Panama City was a close com

petitlor for third.place with 232,.

'019 visitors.' However, virtually

all areas showed a substantial 1 1

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over the previous year. -
Receipts at ;the parks which

pay fbr some of maintenance

were up from $251,951.80. to $280-
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94533 or $28,994.13.Picnicking

.. continues to be.the
most popular pastime.. However,

;/ : 'swimming, hiking; fishing, and I .
r:!' boating are very popular but
I:. many people prefer to view the "
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the wildlife.

Courtesy and good service are
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l''Cleanllness., is generally held at
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CASH; $1495.00N4
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t help in keeping the area in or
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';:.:" .? trees, structures, and ruins is ,SOUTHERN BILI.B' 101"1'

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F"r''" : by, the personnel at each .

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;,, : .,,. ,- .. ... ... !,NEWLYWEDS'BONORED Rev.: and Mrs. ,Bryant 'Spivey Miss Diana Adams has returned -

; j I i WITH' BUFFET DINNER and family from: ,Columbia, S. c.,, to her home, here after
4 ; : J/ajier! A5eack I are spending ten days here visiting attending a music camp in
: 'j Mr. and Mrs.. Cletus Strausner,
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: ,: .t:.. ,Sr., entertained at their home in Mrs., with E. :M.' his Spivey.parents, Mr. and I. Georgia two weeks. .

'. LUNA BABBITT Venice Park on Sunday after- ..
'" noon with a buffet dinner, hon Miss Penny,Barditzky returnedto
Telephone HEmlock 9-2098
9 oring Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Strauser 1 Miss Anne Beebee from Miami Auburndale Sunday after \

,., ,TBIELSTRAUSER KLINE-WILDER II Jr; who were here from was the house guest last week I spending a week here with her

I" Jacksonville for ,the day. 10f Mrs. Thelma Crotty. They I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl ThIel have I Mrs. Emma Catherine Kline !, in Beach
III spent Friday Daytona .Barditzky.
I The.'home: was decorated in I
-. announced the marriage of their I and Mr. Andrew James Wilder j I white. and yellow flowers .aJd j visiting with Mrs. Deolia Ervinc. I ,
daughter, Rhoda Jo Thiel,'to Mr. were united in marriage Sun
Cletus I*. Strauser,' Jr., son of day afternoon at the groom's the three-tiered wedding' cake CARD OF THANKSMr.
Mr. Keith Lovell
was white ,and yellow. Among and Mrs. < '
II John R. Nelson and family
Mr. and Mrs. Cletus L. Strauser, home on South Daytona Ave. in Ii time in Atlantic
those present were Misses Joann spent some wish, to
thir appreciation -
Sr., all of Flagler Beach. the presence of a few friends. Beach andJacksonville last express
and Carolyn Preston, Mrs and
for flowers, cards and all
,The,double ring ceremony was The Revs Reynold Hoover, pas!I Mrs. Ray Martel and family,.Mr. week on account of the illness kindnesses
to Mrs. Caroline Nel-
an event of July 25, '1959,, in.I tor of the Flagler, Beach and 'Mrs. Robert Henderson, Mr. and death of 'Keith's brother in
son during her illness, and for
Folkston, Ga., in the presence of ist Church, performed Method-I I and,Mrs. Everette Ward, :Mr. and law, Earl C. Lighty. Mr. Lighty expressions of sympathy' at timeof

their parents. The young couple mony. Mrs. Emil Huber and daughter, passed away there "Wednesday. her death.
has moved to 1527 Silver Street, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Webster The' Service at the Fune-'
I Mrs. Keith Lovell and daughter, Prayer :; JOHN-. NELSON
Jacksonville, where the groom is. from Holly Hill were their at-I I Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Eckerd, ral Chapel was conducted Thurs- Flagler Bea h'

attending school. tendants. I George'Moody, Sr., and Mr. and day by Rev. Reynolds Hoover, I
The bride wore a blue lase pastor of the Flagler Beach I
.. I Mrs. Earl Thiel.
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dress with white accessories and Methodist Church, before the I.
MR. HONOREDON I Out of town guests were Mr.
FUQUAY her corsage was of pink roses.A j body was shipped to' his former
? Mrs. of Harris-
BIRTHDAY jand Wm. Dively DragliningIBulldozing
,' reception was held Immediately home in Burlington, Iowa, for
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ANNIVERSARY burg, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. David
following the ceremonyand I burial. .
and of Jacksonville
Hetterly sons
the wedding party left for
I Mrs. Harold Massie and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Donald
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Phil Kester held open house a wedding dinner at a restaurant I I Strauser and daughter from Halifax House guests of Mr. and Mrs.

Wednesday evening at the ,Mas- Pa. f Cletus Stauser, Sr., are Mr. and Land Clearing
The couple will reside at the
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sie home honoring their father, Mrs.'William Dively from Harris-
Wilder home here.
D. F. Fuquay who was celebrat- I Visitors last, week with Mrs. burg, Pa. .Mr. and Mrs. Albert

" ing his 78th birthday .anniver t ,Elsie Graham were her cousins; I Strauser, and daughter, GradingP.

sary. Joyce Robinson returned here I![Mr. and Mrs Norman SaSser;,from Halifax, Pa., and CrySial'1 A. EDMONSON
Sunday to: the home'o her '
The party was held ,in theFlorida i with their children Lillian and Mrs. Albert Strauser
I ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack par-I' cannon, Pa. I I Phone IDlewood 7-3376
Room, which was decorated i Lee from Lakeland; her niece, .1 ..
son, after spending ten
< with seasonal flowers. I Miss Sally Ann Graham from T
Auburndale with Mr. and Mrs.
:'. .The refreshment table held a Seville; and ,her nephew, Al

: large tiered birthday cake flank Don 'Perlman Mr. and and Mrs.in Andrew Lakelandwith Do- I:Flowers, stationed with the Air INSIIE-Stay lushed & Rest AssuredGET

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:," ed by silver candleholders. Force in, Jacksonville.
haney.,
M Mrs. Massie and ''Mrs. Kester '-

'':;.. were assisted in caring for their AfWWWVWVWWVWIAVWFRED THE BEST PROTECTION FROM
J. guests by Miss Flora Gage, Miss I Mr. and Mrs. 'VlIlUam.'Murrayl i! A. FRUITS

(; Emily Gage, and Mr.' Fuquay's arrived Saturdaydfrom: St. Petersburg -
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Trude Massie of, Flagler Beach Mrs. Murray will be rememberedas -*

, and Ann and Sue. Fuquay off the former ,Miss Celeste To 1 I. REPAIRING Citizens Bank BIdg. Bunnell, Floridasmoothest

f .. .. Daytona Beach. ", I'I!Ian. ,.J I II I, .il'il'" ._....V.....;...... ........,..,...._ .J\Il4J'J
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!S lor. Starting next Sunday, Rev. .

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worship service and the evening L-:: .. : ::- 'ti'SAYS: !:}'!:M1 MW HlY.S AS'l.NYtl:al VSY.ty.L LZY:JC S ti: ':: SS.y ..{OVA!',V S X:!{'!{{/r.tiV::: .
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:-,;' from Columbia ,
Bryant Spivey ,
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f be ,conducted ,by Rev. ,Armanda .

r .. Silverio from Calvary Baptist t

{; Church in St.. Augustine. Rev. \, ,c:., t ';. Bel Air 4-Door Sedan with.,' ek Body by Fisher ..=,' ; .
t' Earl Nester will start with the I', :;- >- '-. /

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t continue ,' ,through Wednesday, : '

V. ", August 26. N 'j;[ '

Rev.. Nester is pastor of the : :: ride ., ,

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r in Liberty; Mo. and the Baptist One of the 7 big' bests Chevrolet gives you over any other car In Its field ':--1 "
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California. Rev. Taylor also announced -
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r; that Judson, Stryker Anyone who's ever,taken a Chevy the leading low-priced three., low-priced cars in a test of repeated >, .
j'' ,would conduct the singing and ., over a choppy country road can ', stops from highway speeds. '7 : -
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tell how, lightly Chevrolet's i -
there would be music '0 you BEST ENGINE-Chevrolet -: .
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STYLE-It's
the only car :
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Full Coil suspension handles rough gines have long won expert praise ,'
k: during each service. going-and coU springs never from virtually every automobilemagazine of the leading low-priced 3 that's y'

., squeak, never need grease) Try and just recently, Chev- unmistakably modern" in every line. ':. .:
S RCA VICTOR ... this :velvet way of going for yourrolet receIVed.the NASCARt utLAR"In its price class, says POPU= :
self. Once you do, you'll find your standing Achievement award for SCIENCE magazine, "a new ; "
r, LIVING COLOR TV way of saying what ,MOTOR: "the-creation- continuing development high in daring styling. .. ,' ri'r'own' ; :.

' "LOOK, IN PAR THE THE WINDOW"PICTURE TREND/ magazine puts this way: of ,America's most emB E S T T R A D E" I N -A it 7 .: it
' Southern Radio & Television ". the smoothest, most quiet, dent V-type. engines" N.A.D.A.t Guide Book can give .' !'!t t'
. \ 226 E.' Gr&Dada-Ph. softest riding car in its price the I'
OR 7-2001. ; you figures on Chevy's extra E -',
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Ri ORMONDJV class. But the happiest part of,it BEST ECONOMY-A pair of value. You'll find that Chevrolet .
r. all is that this Full Coil ride is Chevrolet sixes with Powerglide used car prices last year averaged -,
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... .. just one of seven big bests-all won their class in this year's Mobllup to $128 higher than comparable .*. |iV, :
0.F. ALFORDR.gistered documented by published opinions gas i Economy ''Run, topping every models of the "other two." Your ,i'
of :experts and on-the-record facts other full-sized car. And the.wtnChevrolet
dealer will be, happy to : a* .
and figures. ning mileage was a whopping 22.38 tell you about-a whole host of other 9

Real Estate Broke k m.p.g. .. advantages besides these seven. t'
BEST ROOM-Official: dimen- Why not drop by his showroom? .. ;
haae1L Florida sions reported to A.M.A.* show BEST BRAKES-Chevy's bonded- '
,.,: ,y...........v............_................v. that Chevrolet sedans offer more lining brakes: are the biggest in AutcmctnU JltI'MI/ Attodation.Xttocfctfe ; >" '
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S.-. front seat head room'' than all but their field, built for up to 66% Ad*M. MMlU MtfAutomobile ,
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Y. t front seat hip room (by..np to 5.9 conducted by NASCAR, Chevy out- CHBVROIIT' J '*
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r. "" ,Mrs. L., E. Watkins and ,sons, I ''Romney W. Va. changed hands There are 40 species of sharksin

..- ', Charles, of Key ,West spent sf: 56 times during the Civil War., Florida waters, only '11. of

(. week visiting with her mother : .----- which are dangerous.,
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t' r in law at Flagler Beach and b.I \

friends here.

':>, LOCALS
REFINANCE TOUR DEBTS
: F :Mrs. Haskel Dorsey and chil- i 1 With a Long Term
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r" dren, Jimmy and Elizabeth, of IVE 60T5

, I t Gainesville, Georgia, were'recent I moo N11i FEDERAL LAND, BANK

W.Me U. STUDY COURSE JAMES ALAN BRANNAM guests of Mr. and Mrs.. L. M. 'FARM LOAN

THURSDAY AFTERNOON I CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY .I Whitaker. Mrs. Dorsey is the i
daughter of. The Whitakers. v R. W. BRYAN
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AT BAPTIST CHURCH' James Alan Brannam cele- i
I TRY A Production Credit Assn.
The W.M.U. of the First Church ,I brated, his seventh birthday an-I CARD OF THANKS NCR WedDesday.IOOOPALATICA.
their at niversary with a lawn party
will hold study course I FLORIDA
''the home of his parents, on East We would like to 'express our
afternoon ; I
, the 'Church on Thursday
_ 'l' heartfelt appreciation and thanksto .. ..
Blvd. last week.
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T :Mrs. H. F. Wray said the,
'". book will "Christian Wittness-- I His sisters, Nancy and Susie Dr. and Mrs., Canakaris, The
THE OUTBOARPER
r Hospital Staff, and Friends for
Ing" and Mrs. Glen Taylor of were in charge of the games :
. St Augustine is the teacher. during the afternoon and served the ,cards, flowers, visits, and Authorized Evlnrude Dealer
r refreshments to 30 :words of smypathy sent 'duringthe BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS
young guests. R
I The ladies of the Flagler Beach Y u RIGHT,WNYt.oosg '
The baseball theme, was carried illness and at, the death of si.EEP,u5E'ri Dockage Storage Free Ramp
Church have been
Beach Baptist ,
t: E NEWSPAPE
" out in the, favors and deco our loved one, Dewey Stuckey. WE FINANCE
) invited to attend and the ladies I 825
" Hazel Stuckey I Ballough Rd-Daytona.
of the local, church .urged to at-I I I rations.used .to decorate The theme the was birthday also William R. Leonard I

' tend she said. I .
Following ,thestudy course a cake. t II t

covered dish supper will'be serv- I CARD OF THANKS I I I The ,Bible Says: .

ed at the Church. Mrs. Carrie Charles Trad, who has spent I I Thank you so much for the ,
AND ITSEc0NOMICAI I I I
I Alford,. mission, study chairman, the past several weeks in I Prayers, cards, letters sent while Behold to OBEY is better'than .
Bonnie in ,the I''
is in,charge of the program. Quebec City, Canada with his and was Mrs. Robert hospital.Mr. Danner .' I 1 I'sacrifice and to harken than ,the I 1'\1 I 1L
fat of
I Sam.
brother 'in law and 'sister, Mr. --- rams. ( 15:22)b
r Rev. and Mrs. William. and Mrs. Joe Kiley, has returnedto and Bonnie.

Spicer and family left Tuesday his home, here. YOUR. CLOSEST OUTLETFor Listen"HEROLD .
for Bristol Tenn., for a visit with I Quality ,Furniture

relatives. Rev. Spicer is pastor Michael Cook is spending ,two WbRLD OUTDOOR I Hight"We're Rent Out District"of the OF TRUTH"
of the First Methodist Church'
I weeks in Clearwater visiting
I Over WPDQ 600 KC at 8:30 a.m.
: 1 1 DrI> CHRIS'S FURNITURE .
of Bunnell. with his brother in law and sister, rbT'OR
SUNDAY
Mr. and Mrs. Harold_Gignac. I 1660 Rldgewood Ave. Holly Hill .
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. ,Holden The Gignacs were here during' -

__ left Wednesday for a, visit in the past weekend, visiting with .

Elizabethton, Tenn., with their I her parents, Mr.,and Mrs. Robert many years. some of the HEADACHES -

son in law and, daughter, Mr. I Cook, and Michael, returned with I'.most famous fishing in the
and Mrs. Julian audill, and A headache may range from a mild discomfort to a pain so
them. world has been 'Ozark "float fish severe as to entirely incapacitate the sufferer.
family. ing" drifting down a rolling Location many times is confined to a specific area (over the
Their other son in law and 1 I stream with nothing to do but temples above the eyes at the base of the skull) but It also
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can radiate over the entire area. '
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Russell Walker of New Smyrna cast for: the big ones while a
While the plain is present normal activity is limited or accomplished
Black and children of Ormond I Beach visiting: here this week guide handled the boat and told only by extra effort at the bodies expense.
you just where to toss your lure Thousands of sufferers have found relief thru Chiropractic
with his Mrs. A.A.
Beach are visiting in North Caro- I grandmother,
to catch the big ones. Adjustments and have once( again found that living can be fun.
lina and will Join them in Eliza Wa cer.I Ti : In some parts of the country, You too may be a Chiropractic case. If you suffer so, it willbe
I worth your time investigate what Chiropractic can do
bethton for visit and
family
; a float fishing has become a commercial for you. -
\ reunion. I Mike and Sandra Stupka _returned venture. Outfitters will

to Ocala Sunday aftera provide evef)1hJDboat, food, DR., DONALD MARQIETTE

Mr: and Mrs.,Raphael Sturman visit here with their mother, guide, even fishing equipment. J J .

have'as their'guests D&and. Mrs. Mrs. Bert Powell and Mr. Powell. ADd prices are usually reason Chiropractor .

Raphael Sturman of East :I t : able.
But ,it has only been recently MONDAY. WEDNESDAY THURSDAY-4:30 TO' 9 P.M.
t Orange, ,N. J: Dr.' Sturman is Mrs. Lucille Anderson and ;that the aver --Ingler took up RICE BUILDING-BAT ST. AND MOODY:BOULEVARD

the son of Mr.r turman. '; Mrs. EmmaTiurray.are,in Day- with the idea that he can catch

They will be accompanied on i tona Beach for a three.day'state fish close, to home in'the same

their return trip home by their IF.| E.planning meeting at the manner-floating down his favorite .

son, Bill, who has spent;the summer ,Princess_ Issena Hotel. fishing stream.'You can or-
vacation here with his ganize:your own fioat'trip on the BRANNAM'SFood

;grandfather. Mrs. Mollie Spencer of Orlando nearest "floatable" stream-at a
small cost especially if you own
visited here during the weekend '
S or have access,lo a boat. For a'
Mrs. Gladys' Deen, is attend,'with relatives. She was the house. small stream. aU you need is the, .
ing the State. Conference of guest of Mrs. Isham Johnston. boat, some time, your fishing Market
Supervisors of Registration held equipment and someone to pick

in Tampa"this week. She ac- t Mr. and Mrs., William Wads-- you up downstream. If you fisha '

companied Mrs. Stanley Deen to;worth and family have returned large stream; particularly one J Your, RedWhil Store

Miami last week for a visit there. I from a vacation in the Carolinas which has large pools where the
water runs deep, with little current -
She plans to return to her 1 home and Tennessee. ,'an'outboard motor is almosta 119 N. BAY St. Phone ID 7-3496

here during the weekend. I necessity In fact If ;you are
Mr., and Mrs. Marvin Parker, fishing a deep Trtream. you can NOW IS THE TIME TO STOCK UP REAL SAVINGS

Jeffery and Michelle' Powellof Michael and Tony, are in Washington eliminate the necessity of having

Chatham, N. ''J., are spendingsix D. C., to attend the National to'rely on someone to.pick you up *
weeks here visiting with their I Rural Letter Carriers Con- downstream. You can motor up- MEAT DEPARTMENT; .

father,', Bert Powell and Mrs.I vention. They also plan to go stream several miles and then Fresh Dressed & Drown Grade tfI AFRYER.S "
fish back: to' your starting point.
Powell, and their grandmother, to York City
News and other One' of advantages of float Wh. 27
Mrs. Ethel Lord. points of interest, before return- fishing, Is that It gets yon to fishIng lb

ing home.. waters Inaccessible by road Ready To Eat Fully Cooked Armou Star 6 to 8 lbs
Mrs. W. E. Kudrna returnedto and thus much less fished than the r '

her home here Sunday after! Mr. and Mrs. Charles White portions of the stream above and PICNICS I b 2ftc

spending several days in Lake i and i son of Greenville, Ohio: below bridges and In the .vicinityof ,
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Geneva with her .sister, Mrs., visited here recently with her highways and rural roads. Lean & MeatySPAKE .; ',f : .
If, you're looking for seldom- -
Kenneth Biddle who is ill at her! parents,, Mr. and Mrs. F..L fished waters, float fishing is your RIBS -" .:<" y5' n, 49C
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home there.: I Ia .Chambers. ,best bet .,<,,-r', ;,',' ,

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."If"--...,,. .:... :HERLONG 'the budget." figures by $158 million .' tual Security and for the Atomic .1 I Senate added to the Independent 1 I spending down. I only wish
"i' ''; and for Public Works, i Energy Commission.The ,Offices appropriation bill,an that the Senate could have gone

''> SAYS> .'._ where the increase' was' only biggest increase In anJapproprjation !j'$80, million- 'increase over the I I I along with all of the cuts made*,

'1: ,. '(Continued from page 2) $500,000.. The big increase in the bill by the Senate j)House figure on' Public Works' by the House.

" ; .' Health, Education, and Welfare :was on the Defense funds where j:and $35 million which the Senate I I
,. ,pleted action of 15. major appropriations appropriation was about,equally :the .Senate. added $746 million I| added to the ,House appropriation One of the small fish exhibited -

I ,' *,bills and had cut i divided between additional to the House figure. This was for the Treasury and t I II I at Florida's Marine Studios, the

'.:: expenditures $2& billion below : funds for the medical research reduced in conference, between]J Post Office Departments !!hairy blenny, has hair-like .

:;...i. ,the'estimates in the President's work of the National Institutesof the House and Senate and the! So ,you can see that with a "growths which form "eyebrows"

I: budget. The House has, appropriated Health and an increase in I amount finally agreed upon was, |II III total budget of approximately above its eyes.

.j.:.,; .$67% billion for the the funds needed to match those :$20 million less than the Presi-l 1 I$77 billion, the appropriations f I

housekeeping expenses of Fed put up by the States to provide dent ,asked for in his budget I'this far, on an overall basis, FREE PAINTOne
eral agencies and departments public assistance. to the needy. message. I have been hewn pretty close to

." against what the President estimated The Senate, went even farther As matters stand now, the I the line laid down by the Presi.I extra gallon of your choice ,

.' would cost,$69%, billion.The and added $209 _million to the Senate and House conferees will I dent. All things considered, I with each gallon you-, buy .

'T." ''House has made.:substantial .- House figure' for Health. Educa have ,to iron out a difference of I think the House has done an Mary Carter Paint Store /;.

: ",1> ''. cuts in all but two appropriation tion and Welfare., The final bill, about $100 million which the J outstanding job of keeping the Ormond Beach at Coquina Barn

:':!: : bills. The biggest cut approved by both houses, showedan Also WeMgate Shopping Onter I
:_ ':.:.. was in the Mutual Security, or increase over budget esti .

T,- foreign aid appropriation mates of $260 million, most of i

whopping $1% billion slash. the funds added -by. the, Senate

,,. The only increases voted by going to the National Health.In. I I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO I "

the House'. were for the ,Department statutes of Health.

of Health, Education, and I I
Two big money bills await
Welfare where the?House upped action J>y the Senate-for Mu- .BODY Flagler Beach's Cosiest Bar FURNITURE *

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. ODELL HERSEY'S BEERS WINES REED'S
I PAINT'& ''BODY ,SHOP Discount ,FurnitureUP
"Come As You Are"
.i. THE BAFFLES Mahoney ]I Complete Collision Service TO 50% DISCOUNTOn
.. 24-HOUR, WRECKER'SERVICE HECKMAN'S BAR' Furniture and AppliancesNew
Body & Fender Work
Painting Matching. Free Estimates AlA FLAGLER BEACH and Used
SPRINGS FINALLY TREES FULL,OF LEAVES FLOWERS u.S. 1 So. OF BUNNEXL 1100 Flomich Ave.--Holly Hill
'AR RNEDHEY. IN eLOOM-THE HONEYSUCKLES Days ID -3372-Nlte ID 7-3267 The Coolest 'Spot for the Coolest
a MR.BAFFLE?.' BLOSSOMING& .: Draft BeerSANDPIPER
AUTO SERVICE FLOOR COVERING
'BARGIFTSLUNCHES (I I

l '. McDANIEL'S- I I Tilecraft Company
Service Station On the Ocean Side of AlA 3 Miles
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North of Flagler Pier "LET US FLOOR YOU"Armstrong
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STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS "Keep Cool at George Millie's" I & Kentile
PHONE HE .9-2156 I Sold and Installed
Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs
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. All Work Guaranteed
..: c Bunnell ID 7.7119' BUILDING SUPPLIES Ormond Beach OR 7-3181

. "- Biddle Gulf .ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION WICKLINE GARDEN SHOP

Building Supplies Gray's Garden Center

'... GULF TIRES & BATTERIES CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS Headquarter for Gardening Need
Ceramics,. Gifts. Dry Arrangement
STEEL '
Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days Materials
THERES JUST A Fertilizers
Annuals -,Shrubbery
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GOOD SMELL IN State&Lambert 'US '1-ID 7-7190 ;
TORO LAWN. MOWERS
THE AIR
Colonial CLEANERS 147. Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051
_ t .. Service Station ORMOND

. : .EARL E. ,RICE. Proprietor BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY ..
;.. GASOILLUBRICATION'I HARDWARE

;, t 'MOTOR 'TUNE-UP CLEANING Bunnell Farmers Supply. Co.
" .S.' HIWAY' 1 ,B NELL.Hall's Open Dally 8.to. 5) Agricultural Industrial Equipment
Closed all day Thursday STEEL
t I' .. Bars & Shapes_ Hot -Cold Rolled
Atlantic Station'Jack IDY7.3188: :
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,Hall, Proprietor 115 N. Bay St --' Bunnell LAWN MOWER REPAIRS

'" .. '.I. GASOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccessories DEEN RD. Phone I'* '73143
CONCRETE PRODUCTS
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ROAD SERVICE' Your "Q" ,For ConcreteDial HOUSE
BUNNELL Tel. ID '7-3652 PAINTS

-CL 3-8113 Match and ,mix any colorBuilder's .
: J. L. Presswood Garage '
f Supplies Eitchenwoze
:1 What day is it ? I I :STANDARD PRODUCTS DAYTONA BEACH I GIFTS -GREETING CARDS
General Repairing-Road Service
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'f .'>I I For Frozen Foods and Staples. I PAINT ,STOREJERRY'S
DRUG STORES
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"; Sullivan's. ,Gulf Service HANNA & VEL-VON PAINT

.1' '.,, "t GULF'' .- Prescriptions One Coat Plastic Finish
,, ,,, ''., Sick Room Supplies Stops :Masonry Dampness
GAS-OILS-LUBRICATION
TIRESUBESACCESSORIES Sundries Point Sundries

: "Specializing Beach Information In Service and BUNNELL 29 W. Granada-Ormond BeachPh. .
J Clean Rest Rooms" OR 7-0761
:,':f # In The Heart of Flagler Beach

\_TH AUTO REPAIRS M ody's' PharmacyFlagler R. MOODY
':.: : County's Corner Drug Store PAINTING BYContractHomBig

.. .' : Shield's Service Station PRESCRIPTIONSDRUGSSUNDRIES or' Small

:. ,::7 : Cheater McKenzie. Mechanic ID '7-3240 Bunnell, Florida
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Right Now We'll Overhaul and Flo. Phone ID 7-3661 RADIO-TELEVISION
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; .r ,No Job Too Big Or, Too'Small ORMOND PRESCRIPTION RADIO & T\.-
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Complete Service on All MakesTelevisionRadio
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ft ; 24-Hons Prescription Service Auto Radios Hi-Fi
( '24-Hour Towing Service Electronics
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.: :f. ; ) COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS Free Delivery.. AlA 1 in mk Flagler North of BeachRt. Moody Blvd. Bunnell

'Automatic Transmission Service ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661
:, l" Wheel Balancing_went-Front. End t DON'S RADIO & TV.

: tt" 24O Granada All Ormond:"' OR ,7-O883 J Thompson Pharmacy I I Zenith Sales and Service
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'"We Sell the Best
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'>: the-new-grandchild-isff day !I' SERVICE In :tOur Hands U.S. Hwy. 1, Ormond OE 7.1473
.. Rebuilding 141 W. Granada-Ormond 7-1421
Repairing-
?* OUT ALL.MAKES OF FLORISTS REAL ESTATE

... 1- > It's'so, easy .to keep up with Baby's" progress'.'... |(/ AUTOMATIC 1239 Rid ewood TRANSMISSIONS Holly Hill --. Margaret Givens
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$., share family news. or plan, visits,by Long, ;'. Blacks Flower Shop
'* AND PACKAGE STORE Phone IDlewood 1- 3Up Re?. Real Estate Broker .
*:. -'.:Distance. ,Notary, PublicSpecializing /
, FLAGLER BEACH) .O. Box 3 Bunnell, Fla. In .
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: .' i 'Flowers For All OccasIonsWe OCEAN& RIVER PROPERTIESPhone
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; are a yea -_ ;,,/ accept orders; for Delivery HEmlock 9-2035
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of Flagler County"
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i. :, .. Thursday, August.13,. 1959,. ;' 'THE; 'FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL,. FLORIDA I. PAGE SEVEN
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Antarctic's Little How Well Do You Know Your, America?


,. America I Will Moat Call On Us
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:< Away on Iceberg 1L tryS I

,1 The relentless forces II I I Iy .
destroy', '
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Little America, famed' base ,in )&; --" .
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Antarctica. II .

The base stands on the Rots : .

Ice Shelf. An enormous floatingice "I I When ,fi : .

field fed by glaciers, the
. shelf moves north at the, rate '%;f M 4y@

t:; of about four feet a' day, the '

i,'- National ,Geographic Society '
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, says. At the seaward edge, a+G, dlfarwN :

", t huge tabular icebergs break off You NeedGOOD
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t:, and float away. Sooner or later ,

': this will happen .to .the Little -

L.\ America site, and !already -
't., plans have been made to aban-
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,don 'the camp and move its
:: equipment to other Antarctic

r;; '\ stations. '

c The Ross Ice Shelf, about the
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p. size of .California;; weighs several
* billion tons. Its movement ,
'. I Halfway up the perpendicular face of a 145-foot UmestonecUff, In
stems from the plastic nature of
the mountainous area Arizona, Is this
rugged north of Phoenix:, ex-
;\.. ice itself. It flows under''' the, ,cellently ,preserved cliff dwelling Montezuma C Castle. This

(: tremendous pressure of the ,,glaciers five-story structure was Inhabited by the Pueblo Indians more than
;t which are its source. MO yean ago. This unusual attraction after centuries of silence and
?t-.. Found by Byrd ., deeaT--Is today still the master work of one tribe of Arizona 1DclIaDs.

t, The present Little ,America is Phoenix, already- one'of the nation's leading resort centers, Is out
to attract an even bigger slice of America's summer vacation dollar. ;
the fifth base
actually on the
i ,This Is being done through an Intensive campaign tagged as "Opera
:' shelf to bear the made '
name PrintingI
tion SPYR-Sell Phoenix Year 'Bound.
f famous by the late Rear Admiral Objectives of the program are: To build more business for Phoenix,

f; Richard E. Byrd, first man to fly aol Just during the peak tourist season, but year 'round, and To Make .

r over the North ,and South poles. Phoenix the friendliest city in the United States. r .. ,
;; So cherished is the name of,Little The' effectiveness of the program will be gauged by employers, -
. ...'- I America that already there who keep a sharp eye on the efforts of their workers to- Sell Phoenix.
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.. is talk' of Little. Year 'Round. :
(, establishing a At the end of a month, the employe who Is Judged to have done the : OFFICE FORMS .
America VLByrd best Job of selling Phoenix to a customer Is crowned King or_Queen .',
to. established the originalra SPYB,.and the award carries'apeciM honors and 'a host of prises. .' .
... Little America in January, 1929, ':. 'ENVELOPESINVOICES: -
', his : "
: during first Antarctic'expe- ,
low a man could hear his breath tilation. ', .
k. dition. The camp'stood' 792 I
I freeze, Byrd -and his, men built Little America's first residentsleft .
miles from the geographic South ,
a comfortable American village in 1930, having carried the iLETTER' -
Pole and 820 miles fro mthe
:, with, weather-tight buildings, I United States flag 1,000 miles
.. :. .. South'Magnetic Pole. .
electric lights and artificial farther south than it had'ever '
'; Though.temperatures went'' so yenF' r ; HEADS .
_. been, before. '

! I When BXr returned to Little

America ,11\; 1934, he found the ." i. BUSINESS CARDS, < :
old camp intact.?Beneath '30 feet .
AT AUCTION of snow. He built the second -
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Little America above the first. STATEMENTS .
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.'- By digging tunnels, he was able "
sy '' Rain or Shine-on the Premises I to use some of the old build t i
rT / -* ings. BILL HEADS


r: Flagler ,Beach, Fli. (2 ?*-.*- on AlA) A dramatic moment came dur- .
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ing Byrd's stay battle America RULED'FORMSTICKETS "
II. One night, without warning, ,
r ., Thursday, August 2tlh, 2 P. M. Sharp the ice where the camp was sit- (, -

uated broke loose from the shelf. -
and TAGS
t. The explorers felt themselves .

J &-K Six Unit Modern Motel lifted and lowered on a giantsea .. )

w: ; swell. Fortunately, a cold .
Plus Owners HomeOwner spell healed the cracked ice. CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS( 1
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Mr. John
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f t-. Al location,on busyU.S. Hwy..,A1A with 1.50 feet on hwy. Byrd built a third Little America I .
six miles to the north, dUrIng
and ocean,-with reparian.rights to the ocean. Six Modern
his 1940-41 expedition, anda
."' Masonry Motel Units (3 with Kitchenettes) plus owner's '
1' fourth-a tent city-when he
home, all fully,furnished. Bright and Clear, painted whiteon
mammoth
led the Navy's Operation -
"t" high' and dry large lot. 'Good water. Beautiful bathing -
Highjump ,in 193647. Dur- '
} beach oh Atlantic Ocean. Owner retiring. Going for
i ',' ing this operation, a party of ,
fi. !. what it brings AT AUCTION You set the price.4 men went to the abandoned Lit- We Don't Do The-Most '

", A' tle America- and found beefsteak ': I
INVEsTMENT PROPERTY WITH FUTURE!
,, bread, butter, and candy '
i-.. .' Open for, inspection till AUCTION day left behind sixyears before. The =' PRINTINGBut ..
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abandoned provisions were in .
t. "' FREE U.S. Govt. Bond to some lucky person excellent condition, and the party .

.}; Attending, Auction \ picnicked on them. ,

TERMS 20% down AT AUCTION:"'" balance( announced Little America V was established We, Do Some of the Best
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in 1956 about 30 ,miles .
... Of
.: Grissom Realty Auction Co. from the other camps during Operation r
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Deepfreeze in support of .
... P.O. Box 125-Silver Springs Flo.:-'Phone Marion. 9-2532; .the International ,Geophysical .

:; Year.Little America. V has

served as the central weather
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station for. Antarctica. *
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=:. .).': FOR. AI L'HOURS-DAY' OR, NIGHT : nearly The as.future.big ,as or South Antarctica-America Dial ,7-3282: \ .

for there .. ._ r- .
: -may be bright, are p. i' :

pR'., AMBULANCESERVICE. :- ." coal and metal strata In its' 6 ,... .... .. ., ., .;.,,! '
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= PHONE,VAUey 4-1625 ::1 frozen' mountains.. The continent ( .:,; .-
: I I 'may even. attract tourists ,
ST. AUGUSTINE- FLOBXDAjtf ; some day, since its austere beauty .

'' New be Imlliint. nbmit.ailing a Garcia Amhnlnnf*. Wan : has.charmed'many,including < : ': 'e" :;':: ,

always.at jour serHs with promptness,- satetr IS endEquipped .\ :I Admiral' like Byrd."I the endless. reaches. of .-. '"_" ,. '., IJ.il ..r ;F """," ,. ....,."I... .__. ,

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Iw' d.rippled.'snow, the stark "
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= Wkh Os7Resuaitator'al1a: 'and: lakaUlor : peakS the awesome glaciers,? he .
once said. "I,, like the symbols

k' GaiiaFuneral ,Home of life's' triumph in a lifeless 'Flagl r J ibun/e .

... : land: the squawking'skua: gulls, : ,
i ''- .P. B./GAACIA;'Licensed ,Funeral Director ::1 the comical penguins,f seals r y : .

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f PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNETX, FLORIDA Thursday; August 13, 1959Lehigh "'-- .-

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k Plant Broccoli Careful analysis also showed Keepers at a'London ,zoo have Sports fishing in Florida's salt
Cooking that the vitamin C' ''which was taught an orangutan to' clean water is worth over $200 milliona I

J < :lost had dissolved in the cook. his own cage. year to the state's 'economy. .
!i"- Signs TwoYearUnion New information on how to ing water instead of being destroyed i

cook broccoli so that, it keepsits I by heat.Overcooking '

:' ContractLocal flavor of and vitamin retains C a has high been percentage I boiled broccoli by BREAKING[ INTO THE BIG LEAGUE

developed by food scientists, of even 5 minutes increases the

Union 330 ,United Ce: the U.S. Department of Agricul I I loss of Vitamin C by about 10 'YWE. PAY BILLYVANDORN. w&UMOCK&D wcYshcFl

ment & Lime Worker Interna ture. Among vegetables broccoli per cent, and the loss of deep A"CRAMP SLAMMER }#?/> 'WAT 110MfRIM ,
tional Union and the Lehigh rates very high for vitamin green I I color by 15 to 20 per cent, M6 CAST ORS SKtN WNiMG w AS ACLu !,ttA
of i according to these. laboratory Won i. G'A nt Pots. N'
Portland Cement Co. Flagler ONLY MYNNtJZ9
C and also calcium and offers I 'RtB ROTARY nAM' (!3
, Beach met Wednesday after- good vitamin A value. tests. ""The taste panel also gave .
: noon to sign a two-year contract lower ratings in color and flavorto
Tests by scientists of USDA'sAgricultural .Ora PIkNtRrte'w
agreement. the broccoli overcooked by ., ,'i tLE
Research Service
, 5 minutes. **,. NuN1sa, 1t O tDWV M551
':, Plant Manager Henry Burks showed three methods of cook- :, TNO ERI f j s ic1'e Mp j
't and Local President Raymond ing that kept 65 to 80 per cent The problem in cooking broccoli 'Uwat we'r

I t Owens, Jr., and his plant committee of its vitamin C and good color is how to cook the stalks LITTLE LEAGUE'' PARK i: PF'rE aK wMtwctrTlL TA.TA0.V

met to ,sign the ,contract I and textures, as well as flavor. I tender without overcooking the 'i L vti '
e 0 0 0 0 ,
., which includes a. two-year wage : Using 1 pound: of trimmed delicate tips which causes them ;:
increase, a supplemental unem I broccoli, these methods ,are (1) I'to become mushy'and lose flavor

ployment benefits plan, medical boiling in 1H cups of water for I and vitamin C. To shorten cook- r s

benefit plan, and a Sunday 10 to 12 minutes, (2) steamingfor :ing time the scientists suggest a t ,

t premium pay. 10 minutes, or (3)' cookingin II I paring the stalks of the raw _I ; ii ,.y
> 1 a pressure pan in % cup I I broccoli to remove the 'though
VI
Y', The committee and plant officials qf water for2; minutes at 151+i outer layers and with a knife
have been negotiating pounds pressure. It takes I slitting lengthwise all stalks
I since May on the contract which aI-I I thicker than inch.
most 2 pounds of broccoli ap _
will 1 1961.
May
expire ,
purchased to get 1 pound of Frozen broccoli, the study

trimmed broccoli. I showed, can be cooked satisfactorily =--
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' ;,; The Indians,called them manatees I by boiling pound, of ..
;" and used to eat their tails. (trimmed) broccoli in 1 cup of -

t .' :. Now the manatee pr sea ,cow is J water' for 10' minutes, or by

:: protected by law, and may not "BASY.DOES steaming for minutes. Frozen
". be' caught or: molested: 4 broccoli loses more vitamin C in
r'. the first 5 minutes of cooking
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' than the fresh product but when
:. IT" cooking Ls finished '.fresh and '"

P CLASSIFIEDADS I frozen broccoli retain about the The ,Flagler Clinic and Hospital Staff express

c It..... KLOMlE same 'percentage of'their initial ,their thanks to their many friends who contributed -
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vitamin C' content
To make a delightful chocolate I toward our':successful dedication program Sun-
mint pie fining, use cooked chocolate -
pudding mix and add to this I Porpoises:, at Mar;neland, are day, August 2nd. '

.I...:,, -', 'S Lllltlap eats sr udee wad GIa each ken.......g...aN.., SO chocolate- mint wafers while I supplied ;with back scratchers. .' .|, ., .,
. ., M c Mt. Mialmuoi choree pudding .is atm shot so'' they'll Large nylon brushes are attached
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Cora Blossom
! "' melt Pour into a baked pastry I ;r", ,'\ ,
to the floor of their '
FOR BENT Five room down- = Jt. "v
shell and serve with whipped *,w Administrator
,'; starts \ furnished apartment. cream. I oceanarium. home. so that they
,t'>,.: Available Sept. 1. 707 Lambert Cook together 1% cups orange I will not rub! against sharp rocks

:'. Ave., Bunnell. Phone VAlley marmalade, % xcup pineapple and damage their tender skins.
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.. 9.5591, .St Augustine. 8.13.3tp
THIS ,WEEK'S RECIPE
t'r.,: FOR SALE- Crowder Peas, shelled Deviled Sardine Sandwiches .
: or unshelled. Call for ordersat I (Serves s) .I
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ID 7-3300 or ID 73578. 1 can 'cream' celery soup I !

s.i3.1tp., I 2 teaspoons prepared,mustard
1 teaspoon Worcestershire
'" FOR RENT-Furnished Ocean. sauce
'. front apartment suitable for 4 stuffed olives

r couple, centrally located. Johns. 2 4-oun.ce cans sardines ,
2 hamburger, buns
i' ton's Realty, phone HE 9-2242 or 2 slices processed cheese .
ID 73691. 813ltcFOR :
: olives
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Open sardines and drain well. .
SALE-$1,000.00 down, immediate
F.. waterfront Blend together all ingredients ./
possession,
except buns. Heat for 3 min. w
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K,; new 2-bedroom furnished home, utes. Spoon mixture onto bun .. \
w z'. built in GE kitchen and refrigerator halves. Cut cheese into strips
t. tile baths wood floors, and,place on top of sardine

:'.' landscaped, own well, $11,900.00.Kriasko mixture. Broil until cheese
melts.
, 29* and Flagler, Flagler ,
" Beach. 8-13-tp
; juice, 1. teaspoon dry
, and 1 tablespoon vinegar mustards enough'to f '.
Become the AVON Representative blend, then this for
'1' In your neighborhood.Write use -glazing
Mrs. Jean Milanich. boxY baked,ham. '
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.. : 246. .Lockhart.. Fla. To 'make a quick skillet stew,: \ Si ,
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1 place instant rice heated I in beef 4
t', WANTED' housekeeper who bouillon around bottom of skillet, :..
: wants to live in, care of two canned beef stew on top and I r:"L' {J:4.; ,{:: :}...i..}.,; { < } r.t .
5 children 'ages 2 ,& 5, private cooked spinach leaves around iLl'' 4.,{ ,+ : : I4" <
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i, room; board, and salary. References Heat through. I I :. ) :

j' required. Contact Mrs. Use % cup currant Jelly
: Curtis Rodgers, ID 7-3271, Bun and % ''cup canned peach JuIce )
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heated together. then pour over
nell Florida. 8-6-tf
;,;.- peach halves and chill for delightful

:'. FOR RENT-6 room apartment; jellied. peaches for

.',. 3 room apartment $30 a month dessert Dressing up canned corned dont: be a DISHWASHER
h Capitol Motel, U.S. Highway 1, -
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. '' beef? Place in a casserole, top
Korona, Phone ID 73649. with a few onion and lemon \

t: ". July 30tiSEPTIC slices and finally'some chili sauce ...BUY ONE t '
I --':" mixed with a bit of water. 'YoU '
t. TANK cleaning reasonable Slight like to put on a few cabbage ,
;, rates. George Jarosz, Phone wedges, ,cover tightly, then Escape from a life sentence,of thankless, tedious drudgery.. !* modern,. :. 4' ,

ID 73410. 5 28.11 5 tc I bake. automatic Electric Dishwasher will wash-rinse-dry faster, easier, cleaner ':

': .. FOR SALE-on water front lot I _. and better. Just stack the dishes 'n ,
BUNNELL (even pots, pans), press a button. .
t. new 3-bedroom house on Lantana t
!:' Street In Venice Park, two, G LODGE No. 200 and 'free yourself for leisure. Everything comes out sparkling-bright, r,':' .

{,. full baths, large living room, I F. & A. M. -sanitized by scalding.water. :

"!\.> dinette, kitchen with GE built I Meets 'First end Thud Tuesday .

t In equipment ,and wall refrigerator !
M.
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Dean M. Peterson '
Never again hand-wash'another dish! Get
an
i. ", Florida room with fireplace, I'' JOHN A. CLEGG. Secy.
.\ ; 2-car: garage, central heat.Terms. 'AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC DISHWASHER :
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tJ: :, :Robert L. Danner, builder. Phone! _

HE 9-2172. 4-23-tf: FORSHELL

:.. Seethe display NOW at your favorite electric ': 7
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kitchen. Portables
> every. too; roll on wheels; ,
(! LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FROIfT, '

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