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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: November 19, 1959
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 47, N<3. 45 ...... BUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY, NOV. 19, 1959 = '$$2.50 A YEAR .Ii



Hunting Season Fat Stock Show 1-1 Betty Jo i r Beach Council, "


Saturday Entry DeadlineDeadline Sponsored By Is Flagler Harbors

Opens for entries in the

sixth annual, Florida Fat Stock lions ClubThe
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Show and Sale, to be held dur- Hold
Before SunriseThousands MeetingFlagler
ing the Florida State'Fair Feb. Bunnell Lions Club is j I I

2.13, .is midnight, Tuesday, December sponsoring Miss Betty Jo Revels

of Florida hunters 1. The show is sponsored in'the Miss Birthplace of Speed N Harbors, Inc., holderof

will be at their favorite shoot- jointly by the Greater Tampa, contest in Ormond Beach this the development contract of

ing stands half an hbur before Chamber of Commerce, Florida weekend.' | is the marshland with the town

sunrise Saturday, November 21, State Fair, Florida Cattlemen's Miss Revels is the daughter !J i of Flagler Beach, met with the

as the statewide hunting seasonon Association and the Florida Re of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Revelsof j town commissioners in a special :

resident game opens. tail Federation. Bunnell. She is; a member :j meeting Thursday evening. The

Only! qualified 4-H ,and FFA of the senior class of Bunnell {| meeting was called after Flag. ..
Hunting will be allowed, A. D. members are eligible to com High ,School and is active in I(ler Harbors Inc. had informedthe
Aldrich, director of the Game pete in the statewide show. A campus activities. i i'I j commissioners and the mayor -
and Fresh Water Fish Commission champion is selected from each I[ of their 'for
She was Miss Flagler County ][ I f desire a meeting'
said from one-half hour before of these divisions and the two
,
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of 1958 and third place winner It so that the differences in the
sunrise until one-half hour for Grand Champion I
compete in the Miss Southland Contest I IIr contract could be worked out
after sunset for resident game. and Reserve Grand Champion of last between the
Iin Daytona Beach Septem company and the ,
the show. Each exhibitor
must
Native birds and animals on ber. Ir commissioners in an atmosphere ':
his animal and must have I I
the legal game list include deer,' own She was runnerup in the Miss of compatible relations.
fed and cared for it his farm.
on
bear quail, squirrel and Florida East Coast Contest at I I
turkey, ,
Because of physical limitation After lengthy discussion Com
I Beach last July'4th.The '' .
rabbit. Non- animals and Flagler I I
game total missioner Dick offered .
be
entries will limited to Mosby a
birds which also be taken contest will be held at
may 140 with I I motion that they proceed with
steers, preference given : this ,
Include Ellinor Village weekend
.
bobcat
hunters raccoon
by and the contract. The motion >
to
was
according grade type.
nutria, red and grey fox, and the coronation ball will beat I
No ;animal graded aunder Good seconded by Charles Charon.
skunk, weasel, armadillo the Country Club there on
opossum will be 'accepted.Last .Johnny Seale moved to table
and a few unprotected I Tuesday evening. '
year there 'were 134 ,entries the question which was second.
birds such starling, crow and
as
II I which brought in total ed by Thomas Duncan. Chair
English sparrow. sales of nearly $50,000. The record -iJuniorCollege I man Kenneth Givens broke the

Animals and birds which are sale price, for the Grand I tie by voting to table the mat

""', protected at all times, and can Champion, was $2,660, or $3.60 New Courses I ter.

:. not be hunted under any cir per pound. Attorney Louis Ossinsky, representing
:',' cumstances, include doe deer, I Flagler Harbor, Inc.,

f( fawn deer, deer with antlers less Farmers. Being Offered suggested to the commissioners -,,
{' than five inches in,length, pan : Making I that they prepare in writing the

,:; ther, the rare spotted or Axis I There are openings for several changes they desired to makein
more students in the watch repair the contract and present it
. 'deer, Ross' goose, 'snow 'gOOse, Use of FarmJ1ojh.s" '
brant, swan, non-game birds class in the ,Mary Karl' Vocational to Flagler Harbors officials within

.. and songbirds, cub bear, Key Division the Daytona seven days.f _
deer, and, Everglade-fate.' All Beach Junior College, L. J. John. The contract provides a method ww

f hawks,:owls and efc'' ftrfarerpro:' son, coordinator, ,,.saJd.tQ -=
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tected at all times in all areaS.' Farm Housing"" loans, made: Students :trained In 'the watch W. I arise betfcaerP-'rtte'' '',company, and -
. i I class to the commission'.'.
repair are qualified pass
J the the San- ]
r.d'uring past year by !
Hunting of geese 'opens: November I the Florida Watchmakers Exam

21 at ,sunrise,. while ford Home Administration,; show I ination for a certificate and to GROWERS REQUIRE
that farm families demanding
are -
hunting of ducks and coot opens find in watchmakers' -
employment -
houses to those owned! j CREDIT KNOWLEDGEModern
,equal
12 noon November 30. ',
to their j
shops or set
by their city friends. This was up I farmers and
Second of the dove J'J announced Curtis own watch'repairing shops. They growers
phase today by
need to understand the use of
hunting season opens statewide I I Green, FHA supervisor.The are instrument, also qualified in to work as t"r I credit just as they must know

November 26. Hunting of snipe I 3-bedroom, concrete block men industry.taken ; I how to operate farm machinery,

opens December 5, and hunting I house, containing from 1200 to Applications are being says Dr. E. W. Cake, marketing

\ of woodcock opens December, 12. i 1400 square feet of;floor space, also for a new evening course I economist with the Florida Agricultural
in .estimating for building con I
\ I II I is the 'type house now being struction.It Extension Service.
built by most farm families. .Established landing agencies
is said that the is
Miss M. Gleason Terrazo floors and built in equipment designed to meet the course needs of of I usually prove profitable to Flor-
are
becoming very popular ida growers as credif sources,
interested in learning to
anyone
and many')louses have two I says the specialist. He adds
read architectural and
Funeral engineering
Today baths and.central heating. Loans that many farmers and ranchers
construction plans for the
being made to construct
new have been using. the wrong kind
I Ii I purpose of estimating quantitiesand -
; : S From St. Stephens dwellings average about $12- costs. Thiswould include of credit.

000.Farm contractors, building materials Local banks, production credit
'.- housing loans can, be associations 'land other short-
Gleason of .
Miss Marguerite estimators, and other supervisory
made for an essential farm
:. Flagler Beach died,in a Daytona personnel. in the building In- term credit agencies are in a .,
buildings, such as dairy barns, In position to render specialized .
Beach hospital early Monday dustries.
,1- evening following an illness of I equipment sheds, greenhousesand I credit service at the lowest net
storage buildings, and are cost. '
several weeks. x be :
,;t<.k Miss Gleason came to .Flagler: not restricted to dwellings. Bad Check Cases. v I 'There is a real difference,"
Funds also be' used for 'the
can
Dr.
says Cake, "between financIng -
Beach 15, years ,ago' from OldS :
!; Orchard, Maine. She 'was a repair or remodeling ,of exist- Show October Rise a farm operation and merely

5 member of the :Catholic Church ing buildings. making a loan, or extending
'' check cases receivedby
'. Farm families,who cannot ob Worthless. credit for some specific "
and also belonged to the Altar. the Florida Sheriffs Bureau at : purpose.
% tain adequate credit from other
He adds that
specialized

Si. agencies
and Rosary Society of Mary'sCatholic
from law enforcement agencies
without'
sources, and are satis-
can give more credit service.
Church in Korona.,
throughout the state took a
factory housing may be ,eligible
Prayers were said Wednesday under this direct, governmentloan sharp rise during October. .
evening at 8 o'clock at the chap., program. Loans are repay- Figures released today by 22 I Friendly Circle J

el of Craig Funeral Home 201 able from ,5 to:33 years at,4 per FSB Director 'Don ,McLeod show Meets Tonight at
East Moody Blvd., Bunnell., Fun the bureau's document ,
cent interest, Green said.
I Methodist
Church
eral services will be held at 10 nation section received examl-I

o'clock this morning from St. TURKEY: SHOOT ,check cases- In October, a The Friendly Circle of the

Stephens Catholic Church, in I than 100 per cent increase over Bunnell Methodist Church will

Bunnell with 'Father Goodman TERMED SUCCESS' September's 40 cases.A hold a business and social

officiating. Burial will followat The Flagler Beach Methodist total of 146 fraudulent meting in the church parlor tonight

Bellevue!Memorial Park'Cem- Men's Club 'held a.very successful checks, having a yalue of $10- at 8 o'clock. '

etery, Daytona ,Beach. :,Turkey Shoot at the old AirPort 039.88; were passed in October.In Mrs. Ruby' Cody will be in .

Survivors, include one sister, on,,Saturday afternoon, as September, 76 checks with a charge of the' devotional and

; :. I Mrs. Amy .Qulmby 'Tomoka, ; a means of raising,jtunds for; the total ,value of. $4,637.60 were : Mrs. Pearl Blakely and Mrs.
one niece, Mrs. Ronald...Gadapee, purchase of a new'organ.' passed.* { Helen Deen' will be hostess at

r.(: Quincy Mass.; _two nephews High man in the men's','division Director McLeod warned the the meeting.. .-
:< Harry Quimby of'Btooklyn+ and was Steve Sparkman, who state.is:now:'entering the critical H Plans for the annual Christ

t:- David Gleason ,of Montreal, won .three turkeys'* ,shooting against period for the passing of bad mas 'Pa .wUUbe made' at this

7 ',''. ': Quebec Canada, some, keen competlti n.MrL checks, and urged that merchants ; meeting ./
;:, ':- Pallbearers'are Andrew Zalew: Bernie. Wilson was top be extremely ,cautious

J :: ski, Paul Stanish,,Bradford Bowen gun In__the ,Ladies'division, ,witha when they cash checks. WHY 'GONDOLAS ARE BLACK,

,"'''i Charles F. Charon,..Silvlo Fe win of two ,turkeys.. # He further urged,that businessmen Venetian, gondolas are black

r' lice, Richard PalczewslcL' :ry :The clear weather although; bring any' bad .check cases it following an edict of 1562. The

,', Craig Funeral Heme.,of Bung 'n bit''windy, pro even,great help to the immediate attention,,of s boats are built lopsided so they

.. nell is, in charge". .arrange... ,I making' this 'a success, local law: ;enforcement authori- will travel a 'straight line even
.
o: ments. .., *"' :t, club president L. L." Gage 'said. ties. r .. though-pushed by a single oar.

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THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA ,
TWO Thursday: Nov. 19 1959
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FLAGLER. FOOD STORE QUANTITY RIGHTS SHELTON'S SUPER MARKET
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"Best Meats Anywhere" .. PRICES GOOD- "Your Friendly Store"

November 19th-20th-21st-23rd-24th-.25th. Thurs., Fri., Sat., Mon., Tue., Wed.
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FARM FRESH PRODUCE SHURFINE 303 CANS '
-SXp (1-SNX">X NX<-S/->X N -'VVN, -'N' NXNX"FANCY "-
RED DELICOUS

APPLES 2 ibs 39< Cranberry Sauce

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= ;: FRESH CRISP

=. CELERY Stalk 2,19 .,: ,,"" '.' 0 2( for',

TENDER FRESH 'DEL. MONTE 2V2 CAN

GREEN BEANS IB 19* :,, PUMPKIN- '

U.S. NO. 1 :
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Sweet Potatoes 2 Ibl9s '
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cans
YELLOW ;: ,'.' 2 for 3' 9'f ':
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Cooking Onions 2ibsl5 "' :
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: Baking Potatoes5ibs
. : MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE -
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GREEN ONIONS-ENDIVE-RADISHES-ALL KINDS NUTS

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I. LIBBY'S R '

TOMATO JUICE 46 fM: "'f': ;. '- >,.:/ $5.00 Limit or One.More With Order

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{ PATNilCEiiDc GRAIN 3 bag Ib. 39 / PEAciiFEsCAN 29


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,:-?" '. .', GREEN' PEAS. 2 cans 303- 35, \ GRAPE. JUICE' ,

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LEAN 12 Ibs. TURKEYS
BOSTON BUTT Ib 43 .
and op
PORK ROAST COPELANDS ALL PORK.
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SAISA6E 11b.1 loll lb. 39 .

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WILSON'S CERTIFIED

STAR Sliced Bacon :1Ib.4A:
FRANKSARMOUR 1 Ib.I 49
:1 cello -

NONE SUCH .
, 9oz. ; ;-
MINCE MEA' 295 r
{l ;.; 'kg. CAMPBELLS : .,, .
SHURFINE + .b '
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STUFFED OLIVES M O45 LL! TOMATO C ; "
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\. MIXED NUTS 49 ,
il' .. WHIT FIELD '12 OZ. 10 1 *

Sweet, Gherkin Pickles'''' jar 37 ., !can S ,..... '' ,
S. CAMPBELLS L -

\ Mushroom S Soup ,ell, 2 for ,37 ,FROZEN ,FOODS .

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\ PEPPERIDGE FARM .McKENZIES 10 OZ.PKG.

l Poultry Stuffing : -. ..:-.kl.. 29 Strawberries 5 p.k;s. For99*
COMSTOCK BIRDS EYE 10 OZ.

"% _: Pumpkin Pie,1 Mix.. .ell 25 Broccoli Spears, ,2 for 53*
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t MINCE MEAT- PIE MIX_ can 39$ Brussels Sprouts 5 2 for 65*
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t .FOIL WRAP, r': ." 31. r Cauliflower. 2 for 55t *

t L:( SHELTON'S:- r SUPER.MARkET. ,QUANTITY RIGHTS FLAGLER FOOD STORE !

s : ;Bunnell> Florida RESERVED Flagler Beach, Florida ;
"Your_.Friendly Store",. "Best Meats Anywhere"
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TRIBUNE. BUNNELL, FLOK1&A -- : _.., Nov. 19. 1959

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i r ; 7At F7 \.ri j; -/ NEW, RESIDENTSMr. Jim Erisman of Daytona -.. h
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I and Mrs 'Albert Fluff of Beach spent several days last FRED A. !
Jtaai'erJ5e ciz 7. ; week here.
1; ,. a :; Crescent City have purchased the

..;/ =1-,, ,I(/ : ,. home of Mr:' and Mrs. Vernon Mr., and Mrs. Bradford Bowen JEWELERDIAMONDS m.VI.1
: LUNA BABBITT Haines on' Lambert Ave. Mr.
JG< -
,. were business, visitors in Cocoa
,; ..I": '7tf'ephoae HTvTniftrk" 9-2096 and MrsI:"Fluff werehere Sunday 'REPAIRING*..

?, arranging; to: take over the last week. ......-.....J'...!'''''...-...!'............/vwv
METHODIST CHURCH 'SKATING PARTY property thIS'week.
A..-Mf < RARE..CRANES INCREASE
The morning worship service I The Sunday school of the\ Bap- t' The rare, whooping crane has REFINANCE YOUR DEBTS
of the Flagler Beach Methodist tist Church enjoyed a:skating Mrs. 'Jimmie Seaman from increased in numbers.' Existingnow With a Long Term
Church is held at 9:30: A.M. party,Monday evening in the St. Gainesville visited here Sunday are at. least 39 of the ma-.

each Sunday morning in the Augustine skating rink. Rev..with her parents, .Rev. and Mrs. jestice birds, including severalin i FEDERAL LAND BANK

Flagler Woman's Club buildingon and Mrs. Glen Taylor were hoststo Glen Taylor. captivity. Their only known I
FARM LOAN
Central Ave. between 21st the group. v Mrs. Joseph Baldwin and breeding ground is in ,Canada's
.and ?2nd Streets. Rev. Reynold Among the'* adults were Mr. daughter, Eleanor, from Orlando Wood Buffalo Park, near,Great R. W. BRYAN

Hoover, resident pastor, will and Mrs. Stanley Springer, ,Mrs. spent Friday here with her parents Slave Lake in the Northwest Production Credit Assn.

bring a special ThanksgiVingmessage Ethel Mellor, Nathan Bruce Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lehr. Territories. The'cranes winterin WednesdaylOrOOPALATKA.

and there will be special E. P. Fleurie, Mrs. Mary Lowe, the Arkansas Refuge on the FLORIDA
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music next Sunday. A new Mr. and Mrs. Wm.Babbitt, Mr. Gulf coast of Texas.
Mrs. Agnes Lee left Mondayto
organ has been purchased for and Mrs. Robert Schatz. -
stop over in Cross, City with I w<-> N/-> ->X-'X' X-N<
the church by the Methodist Among the young folk were
Mrs. Lucy Kincaid before going, '
Men's Club.Spending. Joe, Della and Cotton May,'Brenda -. EAT YOUR.Thanksgiving ,
I to St. Petersburg to visit with: .
Vicki and
Willie Babbitt,
I Mr. and Mrs.: George Mahnsky.Rev. .
several days here Marylin, Linda and Jimmy Me- I

each week with her father,Geo. Nab, ,Linda Mellor, Glenn Miller .
Reynold Hoover was a
P. Wilcox is Mrs. Claude Massey Stuart Rockette, Dennis Clay,''visitor Wednesday evening in .Dinner

from Pomono Park. .Mr. Wilcox Lee Presswood, 'Linda, Bonnie Crescent City where he was the :F f.
and Jimmy Lowe, Diane, Charon '
says that Mrs.' Wilcox reports a the
speaker for the evening at
very pleasant motor trip to Los and Rex Springer, Nathan Bruce,' 'Methodist Church.
Crescent
City
Angeles with her.son in law and Jr., Jimmy .Lopez, James Shope, On the Pier-Flagler Beach

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Donal Gumble, Marjorie and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schaeff.ler .
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Chaffee. They have been driving Ed Schatz Holly and Chris Go-
from
to the West Coast sightsee lien, Bill and Ellsworth Combs, arrived on Monday DINNER' INCLUDES. APPETIZERS -
; the ..
Massapequa,'N. Y., to spend *>
ing and visiting relatives on the Nancy, Marie, Leo and Frank ,"
I winter here in their home on
way Hawaii.before taking' a plane to Fleurie.Mr. Lambert Ave: Turkey and DressingWith -

and Mrs..:Myles Meeks returned -
Mrs. Lottie Collins of Vermilye,
all the and
to their, home in Jacksonville trimmings '
Guests last week here with
Ohio, was the guest of Mr. and
Rev. and Mrs. Reynold Hoover Saturday night after Mrs. J. P. Stryker, Sr., at their I' DESSERT
were Mr. and, Mrs. Axel Johnston spending two days* in their place home here last Tuesday.

from Mt. Morris, Illinois. here. t .
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Mrs. F. Williams,:from Williams I O:'
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H. L. Wilson who is building
HERMAN'S SUGAR CUREDPICNICS SUPERVALUEGood
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a new home on Central Ave.,
is making a trip this week to I

his home in Winston-Salem, N.C.' l-l/Ib. ::t..29c BR.EADFamIIY'; Loaf) lO


Mrs. Ruth Hahn is on her way .. .

s here this weektfrom,Wakeman, .. .
FRESH SHOULDER (WHOLE) 4.6 Ib. Avg. ,Only Thurs. Fri.-Scrt<-Nov.- 19th 20th 21st.LYKES'
Ohio, to visit with her son in
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law and ,daugherj4f; #t. and: Mrs.. i y "
J. P. Stryker,"Sr.,and their fam PORK ROAST-29
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" ily., I LUNCHEON 3 $1 1HAMBICEI 00

v. Henry 'Bartizky from Eustis FRESH GROUND MEAT 12 oz cap lor
spent the weekend here at his .
l home.

," SUN SPUN I

'f,: Spending several days last Fi EFLivER'' .... $ 00
PORK & IA
: week ,here to visit with his 3 303 f $$100

,..- brother in law and sister, Mr. FRESH FROZEN BENs ,size or
\ and Mrs. Clarence Weaver, were OX TAILSLONG lbs .
- \ Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lowe of I'. .'_'" ,
Lakeland. :Mr-; and Mrs. Lowe LINK RED HOT RED &'WHITE
It. are employed with the Baptist for '
SMOKED SAUSAGE
k' Children's Home' in Lekeland. CRANBERRYSAUCE l aa .. $
FRESH ._ .5 $100
sze J
} Mrs. Minnie Gasoline Sauk, SAUSAGE can ornGUARANTEED
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-* Wis. is here to:;spend the win. '"
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I. SMOKED
EELBECK'S LONG GRAINHAM.
Mrs. Alma Hunter has openedher '

home on Daytona Ave. for :

'the visit winter in Ohio after an extended HOCKS 41": RICE 3% lb cell.. lack 49 ,

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1 George Wicklineand Stanley HOG MAWS, ,

Novak attended the Shrine Cere LARGE STALK / '


monial Mrs. Edna in Jacksonville McGregor Friday.arrived CELERY 2 fen.: 19 S

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water. It- flashes Info Steam on which has been active for cen All states now'have stringent I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ,,

New-Geysers ?.-' critical and turies. Like the -Great laws IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY.
Geyser
reaching a pressure against dueling. FLORIDA IN PROBATE.' CASE

YellowstoneNational temperature, and the mass of in Yellowstone, it. spouts more I NO. -
In IN RE: Estate of
-, steam and ,hot water roars up than 200 feet. I I FRANCES STANISH. :
tI BUNNELL
-
.l' Deceased.
through the rock tube in an On the other side ;Of the world NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll
Park eruption. New violent LODGE No., 200 creditors of the estate of
I are Zeland's geys-
FRANCES STANISH. deceased are
F. &. A. II.
\Thev earthquake-that shookYellowstone Contrary to popular belief, no ers. W lmangu'U(' he largest hereby notified and required to-
I file any'cl ms or demands which
National:,?ark ,in geyser appears at a precisely gusher ever: known,3 spouted a Meets First and Third Tuesday they may have against said estatein

August thoroughly disrupted the predictable time. Old Faithfuldid column of water 1,500 feet high''Dean M. Peterson W. M. Flagler the office County.of the Florida county in judgeof the-

underground plumbing .systemof ,not earn its name -by virtueof and threw a boulder a quarterof JOHN A. CLEGG Sec* courthouse at Bunnell. Florida,.
within eight calendar months from
its steaming geyser basins. prolonged regularity, but' was : a mile. --' the date of the first publication or

, Sapphire Pool, once a listless named two days after is discov I In 1886, seven New Zeland FLAGLER IN THE CIRCUIT COUNTY.COURT FLORIDA OF, IN must this notice.be in writing Each claim and must or demand state-

geyser,,'that bubbled up no high ery. Recorded intervals betweenOld geysers came to life explosively CHANCERY NO. SSW the place of ,residence and post-
R. WILLlAMSON.
RUBEN
office address of the claimant and:
er- than 6 or' 7 feet, now dramatically Faithful's eruptions range in a basin that had been dorm. I I Plaintiff must be sworn to by the claimant.

spurts .150, feet into I from 33. to 94 minutes., Several ant for six.years. Water, steam, ARLINE 'ELIZABETHWILLIAMSON. become his agent void or his according attorney to or law.it will

the air. About 100 hot springs geysers in Yellowstone are more mud, and stones shot almost 800 < Dated: November 13. '1959.
: I Defendant. i PAUL JAMES STANISH.
erupted for the first time after -faithful than Old Faithful. feet into the air for about four I NOTICE TO DEFEND Administrator of the Estateof -
I THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Frances Stanlsh deceased.
the tremor; some have continued Geysers are among nature's hours. I .Arllne Elizabeth Williamson 'First publication on: November
New Zeland has tapped this Address UnknownYou 19. 1959.
ot spout periodically. rarest phenomena. They have I
are hereby notified that a Nov. 19-26 & Dec. 3.1O-4tc
....... Old Faithful is performing at developed in significant num tremendous underground energy suit has been filed against you in
the above entitled cause; and you
slightly greater ,intervals. And bers only in Yellowstone, Iceland with a power plant capable of are hereby required to file your answer NOTICE IS NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN

Grand Geyser has played only and New Zeland. The big. producing 69,000 kilowatts of and to with serve the a Clerk copy of thereof this Court.upon that the will Board receive of County sealed Commissioners bids on-

; sporadically since the earth- gest 'and largest geysers are in electricity The 'roar of escape the ,Plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney. the 7th day of December A. D. 1959
whose name and address Is: at the hour of 9:00 o'clock A.M.
quake. It formerly spewed'h t Yellowstone.The ing steam and water from; one Ray Selden in the office of the Clerk of the '

water and steam 200 feet every National Park has more 'test boring echoed four miles Selden Building Circuit Court In the Flagler Coun-
800 Main Street
: ty Court House for the following:
eight to ten hours. ? than 200 geysers that whirl, away. Daytona Beach. Floridanot One good used late model tractor
later than November 27. A. D.. with diesel engine electric starting -
Earthquakes Open Paths whistle, churn, and spray. Birds 1959. with not less than 65 horse
form in *' If you fall to do so. decree pro power on draw bar and not less
Geysers regions where and bears make their homes MAJORITY FAIL TO confesso will be entered against than 20,000 pounds. bare tractor

volcanoes were active' in the near some Yellowstone geysersto you for the relief demanded in the Equipped least five roller
t PASS DRIVER'S TEST bill of complaint. The nature of track raw' h 20-Inch track,
.past, the National Geographic J keep warm. said suit being for divorce. shoes crank case guard bulldozler

Society says.' Deeply buried Iceland's hot springs'warm People apply to the Depart- said WITNESS Court this my 21st hand day and of October.seal of I back blade cable mounted control in front.stumper winch head in

molten rock continues to seethe people as' well. About half the ment of Public Safety in droves A.D. 1959. and rake to fit lIam .

: and send up hot gases-most I houses in,Reykjavik, the capital, every month, but a majority of (OfficialRALPI#) E. .L HARBERT II I em:Also trailer one good not less used than Loboy twenty-tand-.

steam- in Clerk of said Circuit Court five (25) ton capacity, with a good
along joints faults
or are heated by, natural ,hot wa them continue to fail to pass Oct. 29& Nov. 6-12-19--4tc used tractor, truck.

, :' solid rock. Earthquakes may, ter. Bananas, 'tomatoes, and the test for a driver's license. Anyone :wishing to submit a bid
NOTICE on the above equipment have same
open new escape vents or breach grapes grow (in spring.heated During the first eight monthsof NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN on County Yard on date bids are
subterranean chambers. that the Board of County Commis- to be submitted. .
"- greenhouses. this y'ear, 425,104 applied fora sioners will receive sealed bids on Any and all bids submitted will
I An underground' vertical' tube I Geyser Active for Centuries driver's permit but almost the 7th day of December. A. D. be duly considered. '
I 1959. at the hour of9:00 o'clock
r and chambers filled by seepage The word geyser comes from two-thirds' of those<<; applicants A.M.: in the office of the Clerk of and.Sixty (60) 55-gallon drums of
. from rain and melted Iselandic the Circuit Court in the Flagler coppertreat wood preservative or
snow are I the "geysir, meaning failed to make the grade on the County Court House for the following creosote.

the basic requirements for a gusher or rager. The name was first trip. While ,,170,887 passed, : The Board reserves the right to
For complete construction of a
reject any and all bida.
.. -," geyser. Volcanic gases heat the I I.J given to Iceland's, Great Geyser I 254,410 failed. I new stockade building. Successful DATED at- Bunnell. Florida this
----- bidder to furnish all labor, ma- 10th day of November. A. D. 1959.C. .
-.J I terials, and performing the work H., CO'V ART. Chairman.
v -_ for said stockade building, and all OFFICIAL SEAL
necessary attendant facilities as ATTEST?
.' called for in connection with the RALPH E. HARBERT. Clerk.
r
erection and completion of the Board County Commissioners.
>' above named project. Flagler County Florida.
I Plans and specifications are on Nov. 12-19 2tc
,' .. -
.: : .: file at the office of the Clerk ofCircuit
< t- Court and at the office ui NOTICE
'
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conversation
F ; ; pieces the Architect. Alfred G. Kemmerer. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
: : reF '. 925 North Atlantic Avenue. Daytona that the Board ''of County Commissioners -
: : Beach. Florida. Copies of these will receive sealed bids on
.:-ii': plans may be obtained by pros- the 7th day of December. A..D-.
; ;.,.!.} pective General Contract Bidders 1959 at r the hour of 9:00 o'clockA.
;': As her from the architect by depositingTen M. in the office of the Clerk of
n! .t.. ,: finest crystal, she treasures her extension telephones.. .: ($10.00) Dollars per set. same the Circuit Court in the Flagler
; :: ,'.. .' ,
." :-f"'"" : -: to be fully refundable if bid is County Court House for the sales
( r submitted and documents returned of the following property:

i# ;;, ;; .:. Guests,remark how .convenient telephoning is, with ,/. ., within certified five (5)check days or after a bid satisfac-date.A Lots 60 feet 3 and Lot 4. 3.except Block North 48.


.;' ),'.\'I4.lfr..; extensions at .their fingertips. Friends praise her taste in "X1/** i tory five bid per bond beat in<4&4 the,>)amount'ot the equalto gross Moody t Book Subdivision..! page 24 As. Flag-per

< ':.a : bid shall be submitted f..wlth"each Per County'records. -
i" 1P 4- ;', ,( ., selecting lovely pastel colors. y just adores it alL : ,_ ts bid. Bonds or checks of.unsuccessful Tho Board reserves the right to>
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bidders and
'. r' will be returned reject any and all bids.
.: ,' that of successful bidders retainedand DATED at Bunnell. Florida this
> ; >" May we show how to become the sole propertyof 10th day of November. A. D. !!59.
,::... you extensions add smart
': < new '. the Board of County Commis- C. H. COWART. Chairman:
'. sioners until such time the bidder Official Seal .
1 .: j :-. convenience to your home? Just give us a ring. shall fully comply with the bond ATTEST:
: : and contract requirements as set RALPH E. HARBERT. Clerk.
f f forth in these specifications. Board County Commissioners.
,, ,: : /- '. ,. ., .,y The Board reserves the right to Flagler County Florida
I{ <,'t., reject any and/or all bids and to Nov. 12-19-2tc
r." d'.f.. ,! i. ,--, : .. ?;'I. ./P' ". take sufficient time to/examine the
... '. : 't ,'f:: i 1't; :.... -_ :',. ., f._ qualifications of the bidders and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
': : ;;' '-('_.. waive Informalities in the, bid sub FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA IN'
r'- : <: mitted., CHANCERY NO. 8828
\<.: DATED at Bunnell. Florida this ANNA
)? JANNUZZI.Plaintiff
: fJ 10th. day, of November. A. D. 1959. .

i: : Official C. H.' COWART Seal Chairman. ROY JANNUZZI

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-." .-, ATTEST: Defendant.
I' .- .. RALPH E. HARBERT. Clerk NOTICE TO DEFEND
: $ 'T Board of County Commissioners, THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
?t Flagler County Florida Roy Jannuzzl
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J, : ,,-j-: "' '..... East. North Bergen.
.:- ,' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH i New Jersey
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND I You are hereby notified that a
FOR FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA suit has been filed against you In
... I 387, IN BQNITY. EQUITY NO. the above entitled cause; and you
are hereby
1 required to file your
> I ELIJAH CAMPBELL answer with the Clerk of this
Plaintiff Court and to serve a copy thereof
.' CAMPBELLDefendant" upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney -
.
BERTHA whose and
name address
'- t i- ; Ie: .
{ I NOTICE TO APPEAR AND W. Cecil Grant
,
.1 I : : \ ANSWERIN '407% Main Street
THE NAME OF THE STATE thanBeach: Florida;

OF TO FLORIDA: BERTHA: CAMPBELL whose r,19ater 7. A. D..

,. residence and .whereabouts. are unknown I you fall to do so. decree pro
or is In some state or coun- confesso will be entered against
i{ try other than the State of Florida, bill for the relief demanded in the
but said State or country Is unknown i of complaint. The nature of
r or if In the State of Florida laid suit being for' Divorce.
that she conceals herself so seal of
saidlCourtthis
that process cannot be personally 3rdday of November
.'. ". ", served upon her. A D. 1959.
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rt.i
r s
ti You are hereby notified that a (Official Seal: )
t suit has been brought against you RALPH E. HARBERT.
( t in the Circuit Court. Seventh Ju- Clerk of said Circuit Oourt
dicial Circuit. Flagler County, Flor- Nov I-U-U.6-4tc
ida, .in Equity.,_by ELIJAH CAMP-
.,. D.IO&A.4 Plaint ana you are" hereby IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVEN
required to file personally or TH JUDICIAL
by Attorney with the Clerk of FOR FLAGLER OUNTYIFLOR..
.
,
; ; said Court Answer defenses
your or IDA. IN CHANCERY. CASE NO.
to the E 3873.
said suit on or nlefn..e the- Y15lg RICHARD, A. TOWNSEND.,
day 'of December. A.D. 1959. and
Plaintiff.
.".. also to serve a copy of your Answer -
',' or defenses uponr Messrs. MILDRED K.'TOWNSEND.
OSSINSKY & KROL Attorneys for ; Defendant.
Plaintiff at their office at 411 NOTICE TO APPEAR
Main Street Daytona Bea.eh.Flor- THE
STATE
OF FLORIDA TO
ida, on or before the 15th day of MILDRED K. TOWNSEND :
I I DeeemberA.. D. 1959. as required c/o Hannah _Rainsbury
by the Florida ,Rules of Civil Procedure Rt. 1. Box 106
... I Iof ,
and herein fail not or a Aljer. Ohio .
; \ :i,: I I Decree Pro:Confesso and Final ,Decree .YOU, ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
', o;,.... F > will be' entered against you that a Bult for divorce has been _
'-'''- .. by 'default. tIed
against in the
you above
: "-' I You are further notified that the titled cause and en-
you are hereby
name of the
Court In.which said
required
,- I suit has- to serve upon Plaintiffs
been Instituted Is
the
attorney
... Circuit whose name and address
Court Seventh Judicial Circuit
of FloridaTin appear hereon. your writen defense
t and forFlagler
j .4 to the
; County In' Equity, and that the In said suit on orlbefore the "
-
of llth
title '
said
suit is as hcrelnabove day of
December.
A. D.
U5Ielae
: set forth. -
: decree
pro confe" will be '
; -Pr You are further notified that the against enteredWITNESS
:- .. 70U.
nature of said suit is a suit for
: my hand and, seal of
divorce and vlnculo
/ ";'c '. WITNESS a hand matrtmonll.and seal of said Court this Cth day of .November -

: ., ( i' _jI office Florida at this B unnell 9th .day Flagler of November.,County (Seal) .J-RALPH A. D. 1959.B., HARBERT

; : A.D. It It. .As Clerk of said Court
; w. L. .
; WADSWORTH T
: RALPH E. HARBERT Solicitor for Plaintiff,
M
Clerk of'the Circuit Court

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", PAGE SIX THE'FLAGLER' TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, .FLORIDA Thursday, Nov. 19, 1959

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<< land in 'the'"16th centUr r. Trieyl 1 to $30.453;25.received' from oil I arships"for. students to go on to
StreamlineTribal I OtrrBOfu '
1; Navajos: lived in primtive forked-stickhogaris !.and natural gas.' institutions of higher learning' THE R

;" Life With and were yet to become In 1923 the Navajos set up a I across the nation.At .. Authorized 'Evlnrudo Dealer

weavers.and silversmiths. They I tribal council primarily to approve a ,Navajo fire dance W. BOATS -ACCESSORIES REPAIRS

had never'.seen a horse. an oil and gas leas To. Langdon Klhn.once met a Dockage Storage' Free. Ramp .

' Rich Royalties"Hie With their horses, sheep, and day the council serves as the blanketwearing brave glitteringwith WE-FINANCE

Navajos,, who-form ,the cattle the Spaniards soon tribal parliament, assisted by turquoise earrings and silver 825 Ballo gh'' Rd-Daytona

.
Indian tribe' tft4the United. changed the aborigines' way of the United, States Bureau of Indian buttoned moccasins. The a- A
) largest life.: The more settled Pueblo Affairs.. Indian remarked on the visitor's
; staking out.a new
.States, are
Indians "were subjugated: The From the fund Connecticut of life on their arid starkly common come
way .
scenic reservation Navajos withdrew to outlying projects of benefit to all. Among showed considerable knowledge FOR

canyons. Both took_enthusiasticc of_ the state."Howcome.
them tourist low-
1 are motels, a
Backed by income from rich ally to the new:horseback and cost housing project, a coal ?" asked Mr. Kihn."I SHELL FILL & SAND
oil and uranium deposits, their
grazing economy. ,. went to Yale" smiled the
/ mine, and the Arts and Crafts
tribal council is cooperating with In 1680, when the Spaniards Guild, based on the famous rug Navajo. DIRT CONTRACTSCALL
the Government to promote education
a Pueblo ,
V' severely repressed revolt I --
and silverwork industries.
better 'health, irrigation many Pueblos sought 'refuge
I Navajo funds established. a
projects and industrial development
among the Navajos. With TOUR CLOSEST OUTLETFor

... the added numbers, new skills, training center for. farmers who Quality Furniture EMIL MISSINNEPhone
The reservations' d r o'u g h t- 1 I will work irrigated lands. The
and livestock:: loot, the Peopp' e: "We're Out of the HE 9-2094 '
funds. the needy, and
help provide
plagued ranges-stretching from became formidable raiders. Hight Rent District"

Arizona into Utah and New Conflict was inevitable with I clothing and supplies for CHRIS'S FURNITURE FLAGLER BEACH I
pupils in reservation and nearby
Mexico-are still no paradise. the expansion of the United II111 ,
1660 Rldgewood Ave. Holly rII
schol- I
But the tribe has come''' a long States into Indian territory at I schools. They support .

way since' its shattering defeat the, end of the Mexican War. It

by"westward driving Americansin ended in the Navajos' unconditional

the 1860's. surrender. In 1864, the DI
II AREA BUSINESS I
Life Story TracedIn survivors took the "Long Walk"a ECTORYl

the December National '300-mile march to Fort Sum-

ner in the far reaches of New ,
Geographic Magazine an article
Mexico. AUTO BODY FUEL OILKING'S
MILLAND HOTEL BAR
entitled "Better Days for the I .

Uavajos" traces the long storyof New Yield from Barren Land ODELL HERSEY'S Come And Visit TRUCK STOP

these Indians. The modern Navajo saga began PAINT & BODY. : SHOP AL AND ELLIEAT PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS
I in 1868, when the tribe was
Most scholars think the Nava. I Complete Collision Service THEIR NEW BAR"You'll Delivery in the County on
escorted "back home" to'a 3,500
24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
jos' remote ancestors straggled Meet Your Friends Here"FLAGLER Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fuel
000-acre reservation. The area Body & ,Fender Work
.. over the Bering Sea bridge from Painting Matching. Free Estimates BEACH I Gasoline
since to 15,000,000acres
has
grown u.S. 1 So. OF DUNNELL
Asiahunted for. generation in
but the land cannot sustain Days ID 7-3372-Nlte ID 17-3267 I u.s. 1 N. Bunnell ID 7.3676
the Yukon, then gradually drift. The Coolest Spot for the Coolest
even its present 75,000 pea Draft BeerSANDPIPER
;
ed to the Southwest, the FURNITURE
says. AUTO SERVICE BARGIFTSLUNCHES ,
author Jack Breed. pie.Hope I
for the future, therefore, I McDANIEL'S
The People-as they called lies in occupations'other than On the Ocean Side of AlA 3 Miles I. REED'Si

themselves were cultivating pastoral. Already: industrieshave Service Station North of Flagler Pier i Discount'Furniture..

patches of corn and beans when 'reservation 1 "Keep Cool at George & Millie's" UP TO 50% DISCOUNT
penetrated STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS I
the Spaniards.first came to'their in their PHONE HE 9.2156 On Furniture and AppliancesNew
with jobs and royalties' Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs I
wake, Mr. Breed points out., In. and Used
come from uranium and.vanadium Bunnell ID 7.7119 BUILDING SUPPLIES 1100 Flomich Ave.-Holly Hill

,.
mines' brought more than Biddle Gulf Servictt'GASOILLUBRICATION WICKLINE : FLOOR':-COVERING- ,- -

I. ; Cllr 3Flaglrr uributrf.BUNNELL. 51,000,000 last year. And that

:. was. small, he .adds,. compared Building Supplies Tiiecraft
Company"LET
.FLORIDA ...;..- -
GULF TIRES & BATTERIES
CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS ,
US FLOOR YOU"Armstrong
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Open 7 A.M.=jt0 P.M.-7 Days STEEL & Kentile
MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor RCA VICTOR
I LIVING COLOR TV State &Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Flagler. Beach. .- HE 9.2254 Sold and -InstalledAll

" Destgpiated Official Pablleattom lWork' Guaranteed
"LOOK'FOR TUB PICTURE 1
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Colonial 1 Service Station Ormona Beach OR 7-3181
for Pvblle Notices of PiasterC IN THE WIDOW : CLEANERS -
Southern: Radio & Television
I EARL E. RICE,
Bty, |Municipalities therein Proprietor GARDEN SHOP
226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 72001OHMOMJ GAS OILr-LUBRICATION
and ,the State of 'Florida BUNNELL CLEANERS'EVERY
B. ;MOTOR TUNE-UP Gray's Garden Center

GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIESU. CLEANING Headquarter for Gardening Need
is second class matter
Entered I
HIWAY 1 BUNNELL SERVICE Ceramics Gifts: Dry Arrangement
February 6,1913.at the nostoftlecnt FREE PAINTOne Materials

Bnnnell Florida, under net ot Hall's Atlantic StationJack Open Dally 8 to 6 Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers
extra gallon of your .choice I
Phone ID 7-3188 TORO LAWN MOWERS
March 3. 1870.t '
tOne with each, gallon'you buy Hall, Proprietor
147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-0511
.
I 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell
'year .$2.60. Mary Carter Paint ,Store I GASOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccessories OHMONU

olx months. _..- .11.25 I Ii' Ormond Beach at"Coquina Barn CONCRETE PRODUCTS HARDWARE -
1 ROAD SERVICE
Also Weatffate Shopping ,Outer \. Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.

__-_--__--.- .,.----. BUNNELL Tel. ID 7-3652 .Your ,'"Q" For ,ConcreteDial JOHN DEERE
Agricultural&Industrial Equipment
J. Presswood
Garage
tiJ CL 3-8113 STEEL
FLORIDA COUNTIES STANDARD"PRODUCTS Bars & Shapes Hot & Cold RolledBlack
SJil General Repairing Road Service .,DAYTONA BEACH,. &Galvanized Pipe & Fittings
Tires, Tube &;. Accessories I LAWN MOWER REPAIRS
Visit Our Grocery DepartmentFor Concrete Inc.
Quillian's I
Frozen Foods and Staples DEEN RD. Phone I"* 73143

: HAMILTON.I HE 9-2139 Cubed FLAGLER Ice BEACH Village Hardware Center
\ DRUG STORESAnderson '
HOUSE PAINTS .
Y "
.- COUNTYCounty Sullivan's Gulf Service ,
.: GULF Drug% Store Match and..-nix any color

Seat, Builder's: Supplies Kitchenware
, '\ GASOILSLUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSORIES _-- Prescriptions .
: # GIFTS GREETING CARDS
a, Jasper- Beach Information ",- Sick Room Supplies..
"Specializing In Service and i- S ndrles.f 'AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420
.
...... ,.' Clean Rest Rooms"In .
.'. The Hrart of Flagler Beach .: '
BUNNELIJMoody's PAINT STOREJERRY'Sr
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F AUTO REPAIRS .f .. .. Pharmacy .1 PAINT MART
.
;.... (VI ;! ,.' I Flagler County's Corner:Drug Store I HANNA; & VEL-VON PAINT
Shield Service,: _
Station
,t41tiih{ t PRESCRIPTIONS\,. ., One Coat Plastic Finish
Arcadius,, Habel Mechanic Stops Masonry Dampness
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Hamilton County, formed in 1827,-was named in EDGAR'S.GARAGE, .1 I PHARMACY

.. honor of Alexander Hamilton. The famous suwann 24-Hour Towing; Service !I Sick, Room Supplies;-Sundries RADIO & TV

forms a natural boundary on the two sides 4COMPLETC i 24-Hour Prescription Service Zenith Sales and Service .
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of'this northeastern Floridacounty, where principal :Free Delivery in Flagler Beach "We Sell the Best
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r ". sources-of.income .;'agricultural timber and live- Automatic Wheel Balancing-Front Transmission End I I Rt. AlA 1 mL North of and, Service the Rest" .
; stock. One of its major tourist' attractions is a 243- Alignment I ORMOND B.EACH-Tel. OR 7-1661 '

,. acre park lit; White.Springs that houses the famous :-0 Granada Ormond-OR 7-4803 AUTO RADIOS A SPECIALTY

> .r.: Stephen 'Foster Memorial, where an. annual Florida!* .: Thompson Pharmacy' ,. C1.s. Hwy. 1, Ormond OR 7-1473 .
f is held. AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION Your Health Is Wealth "
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('!'!_; 'j-b* works: 'constantly to assure the'sale"'of beer, and* ale Hands Margaret Givens ,'

:?; n'juHdjpi;"pleasant, .orderly' conditions. Believing that f Repairing- Rebuilding 141 -I'W. Granada":-Ormond 7.1421'FLORISTS Reg. Real Estate Broker
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ttie'people'of'Florida, Foundation stresses ,;. In
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'.-,;"'. DEEN HOLLAND I Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Corley The U.2S. Navy's new air-sea
IN HOSPITALDeen I have, been attending 'a Housing base at Rota, Spain, is only 4O
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Authority Conference in Daytona miles from the tiny port of Palos
I Holland is a patient in Beach this week: from ,which Columbus sailed to
the local hospital where' he is J
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p Y I I arrived Tuesday to TV..BobSERVICE. Hercules Vacuum Cleaner .

METHODIST YOUTH'FELLOWSHIP I spend a few days with her sis

'JUnior Youth'r NEWS {I ter, Mrs. Dean, Holland, and Sewing Machine Corp.

family. .
Council Dance Sixteen members and guests I We can furnish parts for and I

I were present when the Method. Mr. .,and Mrs. L., L. Brannamhad I all makes service any sewing machine I

I Saturday Night ist Youth Fellowship met at the as' their guest over the or vacuum cleaner. Real bargains I

, Bunnell 'Methodist Church Sun. weekend Mrs. Brannam's sister, Sales, Tubes and on new; used & rebuilt'
The Youth Council Dance for
y. day evening. Mrs. J. C. Cox of Savannah, Ga. Antenna Installation machines. i
Juniors (7th and 8th graders)
,Miss Susan Carle was in They also visited'with thelmother
Bunnell Community I 1):1.Iuala Aie. Daytona Brack

will be at the rPHONE
charge of the program entitled, who is seriously ill HE 9-2204 .'
Center on Saturday'evening, CL 3.6661
"What Are Emotions. A'discussion I the home of her son in law and
,November 21, Mrs. Bob Cook announced 1 I
followed on the topic, I daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William -I

The dance today.for the Seniors,, In. "What. Our Emotions Can Mean Peo I l Moore, in Ormond. ..-.-.-.-.-.}'.-.-.-_-.-.-.}'.ft..w..... .}'_-_-_-....w,....._._._............_-_._......}'.....-.l'...}'.ft.....
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the ninth grade through \
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pIe." j\ Mr. and Mrs. George Giebert MALPHURS
college age, will be on Noveinber RS
Following the program a business I and Mr. and Mrs.'Niven of Jacksonville .
28. meeting 'was held with visited here Sunday
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MRS. WACHAL I' Arthur Carle presiding. The with their mother, Mrs. Maude 1 Thanksgiving Special
DR. AND
HONORED AT PARTY: hayride of November 14th was I Holland also their brother, Dean
EVENINGDr. termed a big success. I Holland, who is a patient in the
MONDAY
We would like to announce hospital. $1.50

and Mrs. John M. Canakar- also that Mr. and Mrs. Gordon I I

ris entertained Monday eveningat Buckles (Gordon and Maxine Turkey and, Dressing
CARD OF THANKSWe
their home, 1207 East Moody are our new advisors and will
continue. to meet with each English Peas Buttered Carrots
us
Boulevard, honoring Dr.,and Mrs. would like to ,thank our
John H. Wachal. 'Dr. Wachal Sunday evening. many friends for the flowers, Choice of

has recently joined the ,I staff of Youth between the ages of 12 cards, gifts, and many acts of
the hospital and moved here to through 23 plan to come and kindness during Annabelle'sstay Combination or Waldorf Salad
with at 6 o'clock next
Join us
reside. .
in the hospital. Your j Choice of
The Thanksgiving theme was Sunday evening. thoughtfulness is deeply appre
carted out in the decorations. ciated. Pumpkin or Mince Meat Pie

,About thirty-five, friends en-
: Annabelle'and
IN BAPTIST HOSPITALIN Tea Coffee Hot Rolls
Joyed the evening with the hosts JACKSONVILLEMrs. Bernice Barber
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and honored guests. I
Naomi Smith, mother of -- --

Guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. B.I Raymond Smith 'Bunnell, is, a .
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Fuller: Friday to Monday was patient in the Baptist Memorial ,
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Mr. Fuller's brother and his wife, Hospital (n' Jacksonville recovering !

'Mr. and Mrs. Theo Fuller'- of I from a fractured hip. She ,... :.,. ;:-.,..... .

Panama, City. was visiting in Jacksonville with I ,,/ ,;
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Joe Trad of Milwaukee, Wis., when she fell and fractured her ,

has arrived ,to 'spend the winterat hip. .J. I
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visiting with his ',brother and Mrs. Harry Costopoulos of Ft. :' .
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sister "hi law, Mr. arid Mrs. Louis. Pierce'is visiting here with. Mr. I ... .. ;" "t ,
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Diving Saucer ter 'one dive. CHEESE SOUFFLE iA i 4 eggS; % 'pound cheese, shave' ture into the 'Stiffly'" beaten' egg

:, : < 'The Diving Saucer: is three i thin (2 cups); % tablespoonsalt whites containing the salt. Pour

: Proves Good Tool times. better than we thought," lot of good things ; pepper, to taste. into a greased dish and bake

Capt. Cousteau said in his reportto times come ini small some-I Heat the milk, bread crumbs, In'a moderate, oven for one

;', In Research' of Sea the Society. % like ,cheese, for instance. and fat in a double boiler. For I hour, or untilset in the center.

' Captain Jacques-Yves Cous The Saucer is 6.5 feet in diameter Cheese is a good food for a ( the crumbs, crumble up left-over i ..

teau, ,co-inventor of- the AquaLung and 5 feet high. It has J main dish, and being highly nu. I pieces of bread and pack the I .
steel hull with hatch. measure well. Do not use fine, "
a a top tritious, is in a class with meat,
tested off
Puerto, has Rico successfully a new vehicle .that Pilot and observer=lie on a rub. fish and eggs. I j very dry crumbs. Add cheese to I Electric Contracting

will open fresh frontiers to un ber mattress'.and peer out the II Now is 'a good time to use; the hot'mixture. Stir until the

dersea explorers. ( Plexiglass '''ports. A. small port cheese, as it's plentiful. Last cheese has melted. Add this j JOHN RODGERS

.. accommodates a 'motion picture I year's production of milk was a I mixture to the well-beaten egg
The vehicle. the jet-powered I Ph. ID 7.3405-BunneU. Flo.:
man-made camera. The pilot can direct record high, and much of the yolks. Season.I Fold hot mix
: Diving Saucer,' a sea I
. : like the ship up, down, right or left. surplus milk went into the man '
{ o.!!, monster that looks a huge j
"' .:' Propulsion comes from two wa- ufacture of cheese. j
mechanical turtle with two gap I .
Cousteau who ter jects. This recipe for a cheese souffle i j \
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< ing eyes. Capt. 1 i--
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has led the National Geographic I It The resembles will make a hearty main dish..I i, USEDIAZINON
I a continuous instrument The following ingredients are i
; Society-Calypso expeditionssince
1952, inspired its designto panel. Included are a gyro- needed: ly cups milk;, 1 cup; I Ic

meet .the need for a highly compass, automatic pilot, jet bread crumbs; 1 tablespoon fat; I II '

controls, rudders, camera control, I II ,
maneuverable device to use below
and manuals for I
depth a ,
guage
'150 feet-the maximum practicality of a natural gas
claw the outside.
hydraulic on
practical depth of divers equipped pipeline between Africa and
" The claw collects samples of
Europe. .
with Aqua-Lungs.
marine life. ..
The French Underwater Research The Calypso will continue operations ; AND
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The turtlelike vehicle will be '. -p, ;:\
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Center constructed the off Puerto Rico, then trt. .
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used North America'sContinental
to explore
I Saucer at Marseille with Nation make more tests with the Diving L '-"-
Shelf of the
al Geographic aid. It was shown one Saucer near Aves (Bird Island
most interesting sectors of the -I'
to the International Oceanographic ), a tiny Venezuelan
. Congress in New York in undersea world. The offshore I southwest of the Virgin Islands j : PARATHIONEMULSION
province of land stretches out ,
The vessel will call at Pointea
September, then to scientists. : .
i Washington. Operational testing to the Dropoff Line, a boundary ,Guadeloupe, and Fort > .:

t was delayed, however, until 600 feet in depth. From the de France, Martinque, before .Lt
Dropoff Line the Continental I 4
, the Calypso reached Puerto Rico.: sailing for Dakar., t
'.. Slope plunges to the Abyss. The
Test Exceeds Hopes .. ....
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Saucer pan descend to 1,000 fe:t.

. and Underwater engineer-constructor pilot Albert Falco Jean Sunken Cargo Ship,Explored. O. F. ALFOHD ..:';:i For Control of

Capt. Cousteau and his divers Registered
Mollard took the Diving Saucer ,
IVV'.V. .I".I"I .
have toured the world in their I
. on a 95-minute free dive on October I undersea work. They discover- Estate Broker) WIREWORMSGOOD
'0 10. They reported that, its
I ed a 2,200-year-old Greek cargo BunnelL Florida .

power systems functioned, relays, perfectly.and instruments ship at 140 feet ,In the Mediter- YJ.J'... ...................--"w."' .

ranean near Marseille and re;
The vehicle was "very stable,
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."' fairly fast, and extremely man- ,
; thousands of
cargo by Aqua
, euverable. Lung dives. On a more recent EWS
Mr. Falco said the steering -
mission, they surveyed 3,750 for potato '
growers
c.,... system was so responsive that square' miles of the Mediterranean :. :. '
he considered himself checked ,
"' out as a Diving Saucer pilot af I : floor to determine the : :

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, 75.003 farm families and 200,000 non-farm families. I .
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lumbering and mining areas in 140000. i .t 1i
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a region experiencing .
Spokane is deriyed from the .- : '
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and Spokane Indian name which :, ,y multiple insect control on fruits and vegetables "r
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of the area to one of the nation'sleading
only nine miles- away from the f1 This.is good newt to potato growers. These :
rL": :' sources aluminum.of pig and manufactured spot where the history 'of the 1' 4;M' four big Diazinon advantages tell you why. "t.'f .-

pT...,: Pacific Northwest began with establishment ,'
=l' ,Other manufactured products: of the Northwest Fur tN 4 CONTROLS RESISTANT STRAINS-Diazinon dot 0 '
!; '" include'lumber and lumber products Company's Spokane House In ,-' 'i.: 4 the job where chlorinated hydrocarbons faiL ':7

poultry, dairy and' meat 1810. It was the first tr..ding.post 4 ;- t' LONG RESIDUAL ACTIONOne application of -, 'ae.- -
products ,clay, and cement products established in the entire region. ..... '" Diazinon .,
tubers
prior toPlastm'gProtects ; :
machinery and metal traders i.Y.
products The early trappers and '
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commercial truck and trailer network of super highways 'M SAFE-Diazinon is one of the'safer phosphate. .-.
bodies and petroleum products. branch out from Spokane leadingto .=y'= insecticides.

The Columbia Basin Yellowstone.. Glacier Lake 1 = ,
Project VERSATILE-Applied as a foliar spray, .,
'may ultimately ,create nearly a Louise. Yoho Mt. 'Rainier, and Diazinon is also effective against other insect .

;, million acres of rich productiveWNWY Olympic National Parks.... :. pests attacking potatoes, including flea beetles,. ;-

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FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGH .
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f'AMBULANCE x f : as a soil treatment prior to planting.Use sufficientwater '
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PHONE vAt eY4.1625JL" };: t .'- thoroughly by discing, or other means to the top .
: : < I .. three to tat inches of soil depending upon the t 'il :
SERVICE; A= L location of the wirewonns.Duzinon's long residual ,;...: ,
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>Never. be hesitant a ,calling a Garda Ambulance. We .., Olata.a T.d.y .
-- Don't take chances Wireworm .
on Southern Potato
are always at your service with promptness safety and '. < ., :
a ( ;r damage to your potato crop.There: is no need to f1 t.
( !- '+ gamble now that you can get positive lOll{ residual -
4. .n S-'.?: protection with Diazinon insecticide-available as _T"enrnkifiable ('.
:a o .-. : ;'.,. .\__,..... 4_ :i .L solution or wettable powder. j "
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Farming Biggest 1 ,LITTLE FLYING Let's go 1st classon ". .: q .

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Florida's 468 troopers have ever i concrete : '("l,. tf .: '.. ., : '

( Spuds Johnson) left the earth, even I in an air I ; ; 1 ... '.. u.'i. ". .' ;-:::.:

As this country's-farm.. population plane, but they make ..like.a'. .: ).
becomes smaller and missle when it comes to miles '' :
smaller percentage of the whole travel cL. I .:j.. ;:., :... .- ,
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For instance, they're riding : / i 4: r, : \
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the at the rate of several ;'. : T ."
highways ,
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the .country's ills, and to, give .'
every month, and pile up well ;; ..
him no credit for any of its .
over million miles every time I' I .,.
healthiness.
we tear off 'a page of the calen 't" S,...".....
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There a growing tendency ..
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monthsof
'segment of business is the first eight I' ,'
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year,
dependent on the farm market,
I eyen as the farmer dependent 12.257,555 miles and the year's;I
total will probably reach the 16 I ... .
the urban market.
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on II .
million mile mark by December
Agriculture is the biggest buyer : I
31.TRUCKS. .
'seller and borrower in the

United States. The inventory of .. ..

.farm machinery, ,alone is greater PAY FOROVERLOADING '. > (

than the, assets of the American EVERYBODY SAVES MONEY when' i/.
steel industry and five times ;
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Statistics reveal that, agriculture I of pounds over Florida roads are paved with low-maintenance ;.-:.. -

uses six .and a half million roads pay for overloads when it "
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modern concrete =:
tons of finished steel a year- becomes necessary.An ,
more than is used in the out. 8-months report shows that

put of passenger cars. It con 220,260 trucks were stopped by
When you see a new concrete road-congratulate yourself. You'll get'
sumes 17% billion gallons of the weights division of the Flor-
6 big savings on upkeep. Concrete costs less to take care of than
crude petroleum more than is ida Highway Patrol between ,
It much 60 cents maintenance dollar.I
asphalt. saves you as as on every
used by any other industry- Jauuary and September and 4- ..
and 285 million pounds of raw 099 were overweight accordingto Because it's rigid, not flexible, concrete can be built to match f

rUbber-enough to make tires permissible loads under FlorIda tomorrow's heavier traffic..built precisely to the load it must carry. J .

for six million motor' cars. Agriculture law. And concrete gets stronger with age-just the opposite of other :

,. takes 22 billion kilo. The .owners paid $335,249 in materials Heat, freezing, de-icers and spring thaws can't hurt
watt hours of electrical power a assessments, a small increase 5 5 modern concrete. Expect it to last 50 years and more!

year-more than enough to serve over a comparable time last I I Now you know some of the reasons why concrete's first choice for 5

Chicago, Detroit, Baltimore and year, and, the number found !, first class highways everywhere. You can get all the facts by

Houston. overweight likewise climbed by ... .. ,
. Each year farmers purchase. 5 per cent, although, the number booklet
1 farm supplies worth about 16 stopped went down slightly.A ;. FOR HIGHWAYS WITH A lOUD i1JTUR
billion dollars.
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PORTLAND CEMENT
t'. While these are national figures small degree of safety on .

I comparative ones for Florida your part might save the lives 1612 East Colonial Drive, Orlando,'Florida

i i; -, would be equally impres of others. I -: A national organization to improve and extend the uses of concreteS ..,
t sive. Florida 'has no steel and ,

oil industries, but it* does have ;
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many other industries that not .... "

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existence.As I x ,.
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a complete .reversal of the There's, .,. nothing a new'car-and no new car like a Chevrolet. This is the 1960 Chevrolet Bel Air Sport Coupe ''":,. .
usual wildlife situation Federal -
and State 'biologists have

been eliminate working one for particular several years speciesof to PEOPLE SAY THESE ARE THE THINGS THEY WANT

wildlife' from one particular island
off the Coast of California-
' and the project i* not yet termed IN A. CAR..and CHpVROLET for'60 comes .closest to meeting every need!. .
a complete success. The battle I
has been taking place 'on Santa Interviews with thousands'of car owners across the country show clearly what they like or dislike about their

Barbara the Channel Island one Islands of two National islandsof present cars and what they want most in their 1960 cars. Here's !what the people tell us.they want. :'.;.S

.Monument off the Ventura-Los and here's how Chevrolet meets their needs. i

rabbit.Angeles coast. The enemy? the ,r;. "Price, that's what's uppermost In my Chevrolet. You've got big, sturdy 1960 is no exception. But really, this '; ", .

Millions of Santa : mind.",All Impalas and Bel Airs with brakes underfoot example, .thatlast kind of lightness and precision you've ..
Barbara island years cut ago off I ,.: V8 engines are lower in price, as are longer. As it has been for years, simply got to enjoy for yourself.
was from
automatic transmissions and safety is standard equipment in Chevy. .' ,
many
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the mJllfn1n" Because of this isolation .,
other popular options. Also Biscaynes ". ..a car you can look at and be smug ,
:' it able1 to develop and "Let down More
was include s keep upkeep too. '
as standard equipmentconveniences about buying It. Chevrolet for 1960 1-
now
maintain ancient.species ; than Chevrolet for 1960 is
S of plant formerly optional at ever, built leaves the low-price field far behind j ,
and bird life to the road and out of the
-particularly a giant extra cost. stay on when it comes to fashion. But you're
sunflower, a song sparrow and repair shop. You can tell that from. its the best judge of styling so take a
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other flowers and'small- animals "An* .tow about operating economy? hushed, unruffled way of going! ; from good close look at Chevrolet. We warn ". ',
found nowhere else.Early'fishermen And resale value?"You keep right on the solid think of Chevy's big doors. you: you're about to fall in love.
brought goats. saving after you buy your favorite Of course, if you'should" need service, ":.
sheep and rabbits. ..When the dam Chevrolet, too.'And Chevrolet's traditionally you're always near efficient, econom"And performance. Let's have a hot '
age'being done to the island'' became ical attention to, your needs. ,
; ; ,; higher resale value means one I"Chevy's spirited V8's have set the
__ apparent the sheep were '1..: you'll get more back when you trade.' "I want a car that.will stand up to the standard ultra-efficient power inAmericanbuilt .,
removed. During World War Il.' .' driving I do." For proof of, Chevy's passenger car engines. ". \
New Zealand rabbits were 'introduced "Give me plenty off food old-fashioned staying, power, just spend, a minute You've got a long list of performance- *' *, .. .
,as a possible emergency :,. J' .c.ea; -t." There's comfort and then watching the nearest road. You'll see minded transmissions to pick from, too. '; '. ,
source ,of food.. A"period of'less' : some in this one. Chevy's long on more Chevrolets traveling on it than y '1 .
:"' than normal rainfall caused, the 5- 5 ,space,for one thing.! Once you're underway any 'othercar-evidenc -on-wheels of So that, fnends.18.what you told us it.
rabbit population.to literally "ex-: : ,!'know: just how comfortable Chevrolet durability. (And that higher you want. We think it,can be summed -. ,:,
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J'" plode." The animals girdled trees .i.ill Coil suspension makes your ride."Safetydon't resale value attests to it, too.) up rather well in just one word: value. ; ..
and shrubs and ate up everything : "
: insight forget,safety: You're."Jle. for a sweet-handHng car.? Han Get the full story of Chevy's brand of }.' "
. The National Park Service.'Fish surrounded by safety features in a new dling's always been Chevy's forte:, and value soon at your Chevrolet dealer's. ..
and Wildlife Service and California

Department of Fish and Game '; ,. Nearest perfection a !ow priced car.ever came... f CHEI'IIOlET iI "
undertook a'joint program to' eliminate : _; / S
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: rabbits from the island. ;, .. .. ,

The first'year''' they shot 500;; the I : _, _,,; .. .' ) :
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year shooting and the use -
of.'poison accounted for 2-580..The \ ;', Ride test '60's, best.-.at your local authorized' Chevrolet dealer's ;

,,". following year 600 more were'accounted ', ..... ;
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were taken.and in 1958 over 980 ; ",
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were taken. It was estimated tiiat' ... . ..
,. ,at.'" end,:of the.1958 effort 6.to :-: .. ..!t: .r. ::
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< nilNKS I With ,more than two million FOR .SALE-330"ft.. all aluminum, I-SEPTIC TANK-. cleaning reason- 1

s WHY SOME WOMEN GIVE I head of grazing cattle. on its house trailer with bath' $1,100. able' rates. George Jarosz Phone '

I i rangeS, Florida now ranks second Easy Spinner washing machine, ID 7-3410.: '11-19-5- -tcFLAGLER 3 3tTOHisos

II among states ,east of the portable, $15. L.E. HART, on -4

LIT w'uw vo J* i_ I I Mississippi River in cattle production Old Haw Creek Road. ll-19-2tc <

I t and. 18th in the nation.
I FOUND-A black and white ,
!1- (; BEACH REALTY CO.
TUMCCV PlflTTCB.. wire I, hound, owner may contact Stan- i
ITMAT AM- *-a**j ley Germak ,by mail at Rt. LOTS, HOMES- OCEAN FRONT, ':

.,..T I IiOOZaM CLASSIFIEDADS Box 248;, rinell. 11-19- 1'1' WATER FRONT, FARMS, \
pjoi.u hmaaKlf u I .y MY MbDMhty ACREAGESee

7 ..o. awva J L r-- '" MAMA AN PA You 'can become 'successful I us for-your real estate needs
p caa.ao saAw ARt COIAbGpr
I I business for yourself. Opportun-{ -
A w WKa 1 I YONtITVS e Office Phone HE 9.2032 _
now in Co. For infor- .
ity Flagler
I/Err WEEK, "
.eo2&M pu?p Residence Phones ID 7-3691 ,
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AM*MH ACM Llatlaga nder ala teatlas aNa mation see S. A. Smith, Box 1011 "ft
w wwia 4 .. e+f.WeRJt1E? -. OO ccmta I* mialpmm ebarce -"
FAJK 360.534 Tenn.
BvT AbW Memphis,
f FOR SALE--6 kitchen chairs, 1
/ Sea Isw'r I .Nov. 5.12.19-3tp:
: red plastic occasional chair, 31 -
Electrical WorkPhone
1 pieces of ,porch furniture, solid FOR, SALE-2' bedroom house
wr ovw
1I I oak buffet, 6 aluminum water C.B:S. Large lot and large ga ID 7-3589 or call .

J I pitchers, one 2-piece dress size rage. Conn. Ave., Hillcrest, Flag. HARRIS APPLIANCE CO.

16%, worn once and one dress ler each. Call H. L. Lerch, Harold'
I Emery '
'II (I I size 16. Call ID 73316. HE 92395. 10-1-tfc I ;

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II I BE A SUCCESS INSIIE-Stay Insured & Rest Assured 1I

Earn S2 or more per hour by I .
becoming the 'AVON Represen- I
I county.tative in Write your AVON part DISTRICT of the .j I GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM :

MANAGER box 246, Lockhart ,
Fla. I.

.. ....--.- .____ 1 .. H. T. COOK AGENCY ;;
FOR SALE:...Gas heaters in good

Bunnell condition-Call IDlewood 73358. Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida I. :;

4EASYf Nov. .19-Itp .
High School --
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FOR RENT-2.bedroom and bath ;

HeadlinesBy DOfSBY furnished apartment, next to I.

city waterworks on Moody Blvd. .
. CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
( Betty: Jo Revels) t I
See owner on premises 11.19.1tp

You would think the Hi-Y Jlrl ---
FOR SALE-A 1953 Gulbransen #' A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
.:... HELEN RUE
boys expect' the Tri-Hi-Y girls +
mahogany piano. Price $400. JOHN HARDIN Associate ,
be car washers. They
to expert
BEFORE going to' market, Phone ID 73445. Nov. 12-19-2tp -
certainly were'nt very encourag old eggs in the refrigerator I AIR LADY OXYGEN'

ing at all Saturday. But, never- with a pencil. Then you FOR RENT-2 Bedroom. New CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED

theless, we washed about 40 cm'use these first .even though home, water frontage, unfurnished I ATTENDANT AMBULANCES

cars. The Club was raising you put 'in a fresh supply. from on Avalon Street, Venice -

money to send delegates to the store. Park. Contact Mrs. H. Nuzum Phone ID 7-3532
. Want to ,save money on food?
Pensacola for a conference in Box' 472, Flagler ''Beach. .
I I Make your menus ,before shop-
201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA ,
December.We ping, planning to .use all leftovers Nov. 9 2tp. .
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. then make the shoppinglist ,
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would like to thank A. M.
I Muse>anle and Jimmy Kelley for what and the'tE stick temptations.to it. no matter f' 4 if ); S!

"" of their stations and the When a garment is too old to r

needed material they put at. our be worn or altered,,you may still 1

t Saturday. .
; disposal
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THIS WEEK'S RECIPE ii1 '
. Today ends test: days until Deep DIsh "Apple Pie a YYr' 1C .
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next six weeks is up. (Serves',6) ( Aii... 1t .:
.. Basketball, season is here. S tart .apples: thinly sliced 1 -ponula' IIFi

. :"Mrs. Youree picked the membersof li cup maple sugar i,, .. .. '_ <;.:

the girl's steam last Friday % teaspoon cinnamon -r.,. ..t, I/r .... I'I'IT
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teaspoon nutmeg -/
and members are: Joan Cock- _, < a -.
" 1 tablespoon instant tapioca jJJ
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Tell, Edmonson, Anette ;
; Faye 3 tablespoons water : :: '-
" Strickland, Fern Allen, JoAnn % pint heavy cream iA .0< to cook '. j

r. Morris, Nancy Brannam, Betty Mix all ingredients except I: '. ..- ( .. .:' .-'. i:;;
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.. Massey, Betty ,Abbott, Patty cream. Place in a' casseroleand ': : =

! TJiesen, Shlela Westbrook, Susan cover with a ''single top fi v >. WithoutM4 -I
crust of pastry.Bake in a h6t { !;
Wadsworth, Terry Sheffield, Mart -
(425F.) oven until tipples are
: line .Ricks, Grace Steflik, and tender and crust brown 30 to .I'
4 Linda Revels. I'C5, minutes. Just before serv flame{ :
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f: Members of the Blue Key of ing, lift one side of crust to I IE

I the University of Florida in I pour in the cream.f _

Gainesville visited with us Tues i
day. They told us a great deal f find zippers and _buttons on it f.-. ,
be removed to be used .
about the university and also i] that can
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other-clothing.
a film was shown on the honor I on Doing a lot of canning? It :

r"J .court at the university. I takes time to make, labels for all

::. Most of the. seniors have been I the jars but you can use a single il
1:' trying to decide what some of .L large label on the shelf.to identify .
i the questions on their personal I I large batches of certain

Interest list ,could possibly have]I canned goods. : "
Get in the,habit of using tongs'to
to do with their, education. j remove vegetables from, pan < '
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For'someone: who doesn't even to serving :platter You can. arrange -
take'Senior: Home Ec. Roy Liken I I them attractively with '

enters into the discussions tongs and they do not' need to be TIME TO''CHANGE TO ,
{)oAi drained in a coland r. s
s. enough. Wonder )n Morns '
If have lots of pancakes or
has anything: to-do with' it? toasted'you sandwiches to make on AN ELECTRIC RANGE :

Polly Forsen ';entertained a the griddle keep it clean between

few of her friends with nt pourings of the, pancake mix byscraping' ................ ,
}p _- .... .................. Since half .
spaghetti supper Saturday night. clean with the spatula. : 1950. over a mil:

Enjoying,:the! food and the TV I I. :. CLEANER ; SAFERlion have more switched families to in modern Florida .

program were David Shields,: : Pots and pans stay Aa'8ameler safe ".an ; automatic electric cooking. .
Mike Parker; Mary Jo Daugherty i i .. : "white-f ." dean : electric light bulb. Does :

and Ferri Allen. 1 I -- I. Kitchen walls and ceiling ; away with pilot li hta. : ,

,: We regret 'to'. hear our, County:Ii II :, stay fresh and dean. ; Giyea priceIeea peaceofmind. -

School Superintendent, Mr. Dean I :.. longer. .
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Holland 1s, in the hospital. We! : ........ ........A ............... .. : .
all hope you get to feeling, bet- '. .
"' ler. real ,soon. I : i COOLER .: AUTOMATICI' :
: Electric surface Just turn dial' :
II range : a or
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; II. : tits all the beat: push a button. Controlled :
:2IRDS. NEST OF,SPUN GLASS .
I : into the pan,.not.out ; henteliminates; .. :,
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made' '
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nests : of, spun volcano : and around it.Kitchen' : pot-watching.. ,, :
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glass' have Itoeen.found in y '- .t3ae-the DeW-
I.I I. r stays up to 16 degrees : if
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;< Hawaii NaUQn'f a wonder I cooler. .. po. t7"D ...

land ,of flreand. lava, says the !, SUES' DOWN ...'...........,..........;... automatic
National Geographic SocIety
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Squirted into the, air, droplets I And number if* :".J.' f ... _'
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YOU s Y cZi.e die in your.kitchenlaundryAon
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tOf"lava often string out as flla- : %un an} at your electric
inents then ;solidify into, long |. 'WMA0V. HWN. ..CAU1 to toe tt combination caembes.FLORIDA
threads. At'le st,three speciesof TORY AN* UTS TALK ABOUT ,dealer.", '
birds" have used the materiaL, POWER '& LIGHT COMPANY
h ,youato Ai4iB> Mil4 Nti....' \ .. .. -
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upon thousands'of, the delicate r -
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fibers to. shape .the nests., '!MJMdt\. ils- SEll. FOR'SIIIt' ...

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