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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: March 24, 1960
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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
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System ID: UF00079914:00170
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME. 48, NO 11 FLORIDA TIltJ DAY, MARCH 24, 1960 $2.50 A YEAR )

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Annual Cabbage I RELATIVE ot1.Jil s. Future Palmers ,ELAGLER: BEACH 1 FldDs :- t

PELLICER 'P3 9JI (S SCHOOL HONOR ROLL et ..-
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3all Date Set, Henry Price of Mandarin Hold Parek-Son Third grade-Buddy Moore, For Tuesda 3f at-
uncle of Mrs. Naomi BoiBoor of Prfcilla Gumble, Diane Lucas,
Bunnell, was drowned '$atii ay! David Johnson, Monica Huber, "
;.This SaturdayThe in the Guano River 15 jBIIes..f,Banquet Friday I, Susie Duncan. I Hastings Lab.

south of Poftte Vedta. : i Fourth grade---:Tommy Dun .A -
A.H. Eddins
Tenth Annual Cabbage Mr. Price with two companions Dr. Me A. Brooker, dean of the :can, Jeanne Castelow, Vickie
Ball will be held at the. Bun-- had gone In a boat to get College of Agriculture the i Missinni, Eleanor Shill, Joanne Plant Pathologist In Charge .'
nell Community Center building oysters and; the boat sank In University of Florida in Gaines i Wilson, Patricia Robbie. The annual field day of the
Saturday evening with Ray- choppy water in, the river. yUle, was guest speaker at the I Fifth grade-Dale Abbott Dennis 'Florida Agricultural Experiment
mond Gage Orchestra :burnishing Funeral services will be held Annual Future Farmers Parent- I Clay, Arthur McDaniel, John- I['Station'$ Potato Investigations
the music In Jacksonville today. Son 'banquet Friday evening nie Ruth Miller, Linda Skolar, |I Laboratory will be held Tuesday; : j(
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; The Cabbage'Ball.is sponsored David Lewis, chapter president i,i Arthur Wilson. \ j{March 29, at Hastings, starting; j ji !
1 by The Country Club and this served as master of ceremonies -!1 i Sixth grade-Kay Weaver. i i at 1:15 P.M. Experiment stab |
is their one big fund raising V.F.W. Elects and the invocation was I I .! tion workers will give reports 4

project for the year. The money given by Rev. W.L Spicer, Jr.I I I on research in progress One *,
is used by the. club' in their Officer SlateTuesday Flynn Edmonson gave the wel i funeral ServIceor j;|,of the highlights of the afternoon I
charity and civic work. come and P.A. Ed-monson the i, will be a tour of potato

This year the ,club is ,using Night response. .| G. C. Layton j i['test plots at the Potato Investigations -
the Mardi Gras theme for the Special music 'tas'presented Laboratory's new farm
ball and this will be carried out I I I Commander Wilfred Hunter, by Walter Morris and the chapter Held Sunday j I five miles southeast of Hastings.
in decorations and favors. The Quartermaster Harold Higgin- quartte, Bryce Hosford, Dean j Reports on experimental work
> dress is sem!-formal. The' ball botham, and Chaplain Ralph Peterson Mike, Cook. and Rndy- G. C. Layton, Sr., of Bunnell,t will be made dealing with potato -
will begin at 10 o'clock. Harbert were re-elected to serve I Morris. died at the local hospital early! and cabbage varieties, cab, ,
Club members said they still ,another year in their respective The chapter accomplishmentswere Friday morning after a short I bage fertilization, potato seed.
have several reservations for offices of the Veterans of Foreign' told by Eddies Pellicer, and illness. ing rates chemical weed con

._ the ball and these may be secured Wars Post 5213 meeting Tues the individual Supervised Farm- He was a native of Georgiaand trol, control of major insect ;
by contacting day evening v I Ing Program was presented, by had lived in Flagler: county pests of cabbage and potatoes, ;:.L
ber* of the club. any' mem.1 Other omcers selected were I I Robbie Tucker. over 40 years. He was engaged control of corky ringspot of potatoes v
James Crews, senior vice commander !I Carl Hornsby introduced the in the turpentine and mercantile and storage and specific -
I Eugene Nipper, junior I guests and Alton, Harris pre business many years before gravity studies on potatoes.
I vice commander; Russell Im- sented the awards'?The Chapter retiring about 10 years ago He Also research on fertility and

j3andPareits prota,. judge advocate; Ernest Sweetheart, Susan Deen, accompanied was 73 years of age. I management of soils for potatoes
: :Taylor, post surgeon; Clifford by ,S.L. z\artin.\ did a 'He is survived by his wife, will be discussed. This in
Studemts Earn HigginbothanV; three-year trus specialty dance 'number. Guest Mrs Stella Layton.Bunnell; one cludes studies on the effect of
I tee. speaker was introduced by Omar < 'i The post voted to sponsor the I II Ergle. Jesup, Ga.; a son, G.C. Layton,I us, magnesium, nitrate and sul-'
Funds Trip I I Cart Races on' the Bunnell Airport Awards were presented to Jr., Bunnell three sisters, Mrs. f fate sources of potash, nitrogen. '
on Sundays.. A Committee I Quinton Emery Bryce Hosford Agnes Miller, Attala, Ala.; Miss sldedress ng. formaldehyde,
,A spokesman for the Band composed of Earl Rice Danny Thomas Minchew'; and James Eula Layton and Miss Jennie"Layton nitrogen and minor elements on
Parents; Association said today Johnson, J.B. and Claude Pel Miller, who received 'a purple of Hillard Fla.; two the production of potatoes ,jn
that: all money' to be ,used for licer; Curtis Dee and Eugene. first 'place ribbon *In the recent brothers, John S. Layton of St. new ,.ad old land. _
.1' fee bafcvfeip i9 Nassau; is being : Nipper were ''sited: to, work beef judging contest in Tampa., Petersburg, and J.L. Layton of Experiment station workers:
;;]' : rajifc fey fee,.Baftd,,Parents out the: getaite for; the taCt$. A certificate oC;inerit In agriculture I Callahan, Also surviving are; who will take part in the program
\ass. ',tM; pd, M .1, They also ved: to'a: I and fa m mechanic two grandchildren, Nolan .Lay are Doctors: E.}/ McCub--
cIefttL' ", ,"d''" .+. .;. .....:....."aMyii -. % or""" ,'w.r'Y/IU :_ JrementywaS.. *jpresented to 'toa Bennett :cand\Elste Xvonne ,hln-.lLB.; \ plmmanIIY,.-, ."
.... -. fl(>ill gh-School Dance"Studio eC'DftytortsuBeach Lary Smith \ Bennett of JesuplT and A.H.' Eddins of itheE.Pofatd'
ties ::Association of:'the. State, lor the benefit of the band trip A speakers award, was presented Funeral _services were held Laboiatoryand Dr, K.Af Dennl*
!. the band earns money for playing fund. Curtis Deen. Wilfred'Hunt I t Q Chuck CUmmms in from the First Baptist Church of I son of the Main Station.-Gaines, ::
at. the bowl games, Easter er, Dale Brown, "James Crews, absentia.In Bunnell at'2'o'clock Sunday aft- ville.
parades and Christmas parades: and 'Shelton Barber were? appointed behalf of the local Veteransof ernoon with the pastor,. Rev.
In the past this'.money.has: been to make the necessary Foreign,Wars Wilfred Hunter, Thomas Pinner, omci t1ng. Arrangements
,used for their annual weekend arrangements. ** commander, presented an awardto were under, directionof Rotary Chit
trip to Lake ''Weir I Danny Johnson, Ira Strickland, Jim Burnsed: who was named i Craig Funeral Home of .Bun- .
\ This year the band will also I Wilbur Yates and' William Wade "Outstanding Farmer of the I nell. Interment followed in the Elects Officers :? -.:
play at the State V.F.W. Con were welcomed. new members. Year" by the post. 1 Espanola Cemetery.
vention in Orlando ,for which David Lewis, president of the I Pallbearers were Earl Rice, Carl Hornsby was elected
they will be paid also. The Band Ball Bunnell Future Farmers, presented i I c. B. 'Eisenbach, Duane Deen, last Thursday as president of
Parents Association Is sponsor .Benefit $ to Marvin R. Tucker an Gene Barber, .1.R. Shelton, William the recently organized Rotary

_,' ing several benefit. projects, ,food honorary chapter farmers degree 1!,'I Deen. Honorary pallbearers Club here. Coy Harris was
N sales, basketball games, and .Game Set _For title. Others who are honorary were D.D. Moody, Henry named vice president and Howard
: many other events to be announced chapter farmers are William I I Wells, R.H. Cantrel, Clyde Lewis, Taylor secretary. Serving as
later .Each band stu Deen, Thomas Gresham, Hoke Rob Deen and Otis Hunter. treasurer is Charles Tonkin.
dent is working to earn about Friday Night I Cobb, A..B. Johnston, Ige Stephens Named to serve as directors
Two benefit basketball Danny Johnston, Robert were 1. L Crews, Hoke Cobb,
a third ,of' their fare, They are games
Plans
.' holdingcar washes, candy sales will beheld, in the Bunnell High'School Deen."Lyman Gage, Curtis Deen,I Lions Club and D.D. Moody.
f ; Thomas Bertha, Robert Schatz A luncheon meeting of the
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and many other projects during gym at 7 o'clock Friday
t .: Carl Hornsby and Virgil Decker. Club will be held each Thursday -
t : the weekends.. evening between the YoungM.Irons NASCAR: Day
r 'g. There are 54 .members) of the of Bunnell and the Young These persons received their degrees at 12:30 in the Masonic

! ;It .band to,'make, the trip and allmoney Matrons of Seville. The Seville during past years. Next MondayPlans Lodge dining room.
. :.;r will ,be jrateed by the Young Men will; also play the In addition to the guest Twenty-nine members of the
,r'rf .: ,Ba&d Parents and students. Bunnell Young :Men as an add speaker, another out of 'town club and their wives went to
ed attraction.The guest included :Floyd Northrup, are underway forNAS- Jacksonville Sunday afternoonto
, admission will be by donation ,area supervisor J,of agriculture CAR Day at the Lions Club attend a district meeting heldin
i Viior Jieg. meeting Club the Robert '
at the door to the fund from Gainesville 'Monday noon Meyer hotel.
Fl for the,band trip ,to Nassau. The There were 150, guests present., President Leonard Moody said Those from here attendingwere
H r8 Y. public is Invited to attend. today. \ Mr, and Mrs. J.L, Crews,
Honored guests, for the occasion Mr. and Mrs. L.I? Harris, Mr.
l .. Monday JIorning'tJ Mrs. Lucy :Dally will be NASCAR officials j' and Mrs. C.A. McGriff, Mr. and
Kiddie, from ,Daytona Beach. Invited 1 Mrs. w.C. Sullivan, Mr. and
I 1 .' .}Paul' Bentz._ 60fof Gleacoe, Ridesfly .. Receives 50-Year guests will be Bunnell and Flag- Mrs. Coy Harris; Mr. and Mrs.
died suddenly early Mon
, Inn \: ler Beach city commissioners, Raphael Sturman, Mr. and Mrs.
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day raerabig'.fr m a heart attack ,- 3ponsor '
O.E.S. Pin commissioners and Bun Louis
Member county Steflik Mr. and Mrs. c. E.
; lie was stricken at a local
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nell Businessmen's. Association I Hornsby, Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Cannon -
h' 'raetor :;court sand: .was carried by Uons Gab HereThe Mrs. Lucy Dally, winter resident president. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ton-
ti' ambulance to'tlse hospital wheret Beach I
of honored
Flagler was

I Club members are urged to kin, Mr. and Mrs. C.G. Biddle,
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t t he died shortly after arrival. Bttaaell. Lions Club Is Tuesday evening at the '
make reservations* with L H. Mr. and Mrs D.D. Moody, .Mr.
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He was_ \traveling ,with, hisbrother sponsoring a Kiddie Ride, pro Bunnell O.E.S. Chapter meet-
Drady by FrIday.MERCER and Mrs. T.E. Holden, A.M. Me-
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ia law ,and sister Mr. gram on April 1, members of ing. She was presented with a Daniel and
Gayle Mercer.
N and 'Mis.- Al F. 'Bothmann ofNorth the club said try 50-year member gold pin from ON .
WARNS
Mme, ;Mifu He; was There will he pony rides, her chapter. In Bennington, Vt.
1t: stricken wfck the ,heart attack elephant rides, aad a mechanic It was sent here for presentation TAXES DELINQUENT COMMISSIONERSASKING
$ "about '6, e'cte *c,' and died about at'fire engine Tide. in the offer- by the local chapter Ji F. Mercer tax collector, today I FOR BIDSThe

6:30.He lag. This was also obligation night issued a warning to prop Town Commissioners of
is ,survived' by, 'three The Bunnell Bend Trip Fund I for the-',local chapter and the erty owners who have not paid Flagler Beach are asking forbids
daughters, Y tteree sisters and and.,the .ORs Club will receive message was delivered by the their current taxes. that the tax on lot clearing within the
three b.- i\\. a c percentage v&alladvanc::: tick.'et Worthy Patron, Joe Brock levied will become 'delinquent. Town limits, according to a legal ,
The H'WfR...*bii>ed.to sales .athe- rides, k W-1-1 Worthy= Matron Winifred Me-
Glcneec. .._,_' y.__It! I'eq.ii.., .-: .Mated.' Nab albo. announced the apheir : H o ; paid prior:to June 1; a of The Tribune. -. *" ,
cal u ::-:.- ...... Complete' ,plans wU be an.1 I I'k peJB ttcii stand-tag, dIMR tax ei ecate Win be issued Location of the:Jots is carried

_CrUl Lr1it' 1 nniinnad at:a::laerdate. r-J..".."::far, the year' ,, '.,. -aad-aeidle... '.bidders on June;>.LI in the, advertisement. -
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:': .!fAGE:,TWO- .t:' ? <::,/!:; THE :FLAGLER!!TRIBUNE' BUNNELL, FLORIDA? ,, x t Thursday, March1960

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F mashingt.If'S oRg:. >een ou :tiBd1 g.A. snow. Zoo Moves'-, ; '. t bac, by the-.'expedition(:: to worry about two domestic- ,,'
: utes "
rvuS : 'leopard kitten ;made its debut In 1890 the zoo's first .sr keeper In their constant 'quest' for a types. After every Easter rioli-

::' Famed National Zoo there in 1958 the first of -the balanced, healthy collection .of. day, there is a sudden, mysterious
::' : rare species ever born in the borrowed a wagon from the Humane animals, zoo officials nev.er have j i upswing in the duckling: i

\' h "'; From aardvark,to zebra, the Western Hemisphere. In the fall Society and began to ferry, .. and chick population. .
.' ; the zoo's pair of striped 185 bison, elk,, mountain sheep, '-"
a- collection of 3,000 animals in of 1958, ..
< 'c-:., the National Zook is,one- of the hyenas produced a cub, Barnaby .eagles,. monkeys, and other I CYPRESS I I WMw rn.-" "I
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smaller animals to a newly authorized || O. F. ALFORD
best in the world: And -,Washington Rudge VI, believed to be the I "l

. ."Y:::y D.c.,< hopes' to, keep it first born in a' zoo anywhere.The site.. In Washington's iRock' } GARDENS I' Registered i
Creek There it has
Park
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female Mongolian wild
, >*. : thrived ever since. v-
:, .' ,:/ ..' Aye a r.'o 1 d organization, horse reached the ripe old age I 4 water ski shtwi' doily BunnelL Florida I
By ,hook, crook, and, luck, list on 1.00 pa 2.53 pa us pa '' .... .. ._
Iii.'t; ':;i ', Friends of the.National Zoo, is of 33 years before her recent' -' ...---. .---.,.--,.---.....-.
.. numerous other anim'als: were -""'- -
something of a longevity -
:. : preparing a master'plan n for its death-
:': ,:.' ;. long range development. The- record for that vanishing obtained. In 1937 the zoo's longtime IIS' I
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,..., Insured
: director Dr William M E-StIY & Rest Assured
; first annual "Salute. to the National specIes..'The Siberian crane has I iGET
: 53rd birthday.The Mann, sailed abroad under the .
its
- .. Zoo" signaled. last September passed ,J' V \
' "i! a campaign to.eJ. list auspices of the National Geographic THE BEST PROTECTION /'r- +
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: '; zoo has become a kindof Society and the Smith FROM ,: i

I.-:; :, 'h-i'1'>:-...I .i public aid for its physical.. Im : national nursery for pygmy sonian to circle the world in "

-:;,J .{ '.. provement. hippopotamuses. Twenty.three search of zoo animals. The zoo's'I I H. T. COOK AGENCY .1

iit f .;'tif/f.-" (.:. i The zoo is favorite stop' for pygmy hippos have -been born present 'giraffes-the zoo 'was I

,, ..'-.': : visitors to the Nation's Capital; there, and the superabundancehas giraffeless for 36 years-are descendants Citizens Bank Bldg. I
Buimcif Florida
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; few if any would zoos have a come in very handy for ,of animals brought I i iI

.. f', _". 'hIgher annual attendance. On trading purposes. "- ---.. --
;"i' an average day there ,are ,cars t _' I II
... :. ," Lucy, the zoo's white rhinoceros :
from about 22 States, Territories,
t;, :'? ;J-'-:_: the' District of Columbia, and was the first of her speciesever BUSINESS
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7' : : ,: foreign countries. displayed in the United
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: '. owned and States. Among rare ex.
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r. hibits are a Madagascan ; ,
S'r Smith.
the
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: ... sonian Institution, the' National a Pere David's deer, which is I[AUTO BODY I MILLAND HOTEL BAR FUEL OILKING'S I
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extinct in the wild; an African
Zoological Park's operating fund: Come And Visit
HERSEY'S
ODELL TRUCK
i" hard raise STOP
.;. okapi! two 'to- goril
f.a. '' come from the District. .of Cot las; and the first Dall's white PAINT & BODY SHOP i AL' AND ELLIEAT PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS
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.t ; lumbia budget Dr. Theodore H. II Complete Collision Service THEIR NEW BAR
Delivery in the
shown :in captivity. County on
KT., sheep ever
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,",:_ Reed is the director. 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE "You'll, Meet Your Friends Here" Fuel Oil, Kerosene, 'Tractor Fuel
r: ,: First Snow Leopard Born Some back the'NationalZoo Body & Fender Work '
years FLAGLER
BEACH
*' ,. Painting; Matching. Free Estimates GasolineU.
' : The National 'Zoo;' despite a 'confounded genetics, author. U.S. 1 So. OF DUNNELL
chronic lack of finances, has Days ,ID 7.33n--Nlte": ID 7-3267 1 N. Bunnell ID 7-3676-
'. ities when it unwittingly bred The Coolest Spot for the Coolest

I' S.e 0. an Alaskan brown bear to a AUTO SERVICE Draft BeerSANDPIPER FURNITURE

, ",.' polar bear. More than 20 hybrid BAR
r' :' bears were born over a McDANIEL'S GJFTS--LUNCHES REED'SDiscount
t : .On the ,Ocean Side of AlA 3 Miles
v rr.k. stretch of two decades. Service Station North of Flagler Pier \ Furniture

:<; The zoo began_ modestly.= Asa STANDARD','O1L PRODUCTS "Keep Cool at George & Millie's"I UP TO '507. DISCOUNT

i '. matter of fact, it'was nothingmore PHONE HE '9.2156 On Furniture and AppliancesNew
Tires Batteries Minor I I
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than an informal and ill. and Used
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housed menagerie of animals Bunnell ID 7-7119 BUILDING SUPPLIES 1100 Flomich A ve.-Holly Hill

maintained by"the Smithsonian's
Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILlLUBRlCATION W1CKLINE FLOOR COVERING I
National Museum ,on a nearby
{t.:, :" lawn ,for study by its biologists Building Supplies, Tilecraft Company"LET -

r> I and taxidermists. Partly, too GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS US FLOOR YOU" I
the zoo was a boarding, house .
i. !I 1 A.1L-10' P.'I Days STEEL Armstrong It. Kentile
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State&Lambert US lID7190 Beach HE 9-2254 Sold and Installed
Flagler '
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MOTOR TUNE-UP BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY Gray's Garden Center

,, oak GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIESU CLEANING Headquarter for Gardening Needs

TRAlETSF ,84; HIWAY 1 BUNNELL, SERVICE Ceramics. .Gifts Materials Dry Arrangement

60 Hall's Atlantic .Stationv Open Daily 8 to 6 Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers

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RE acA SIDENCEoaooQo KING. GASOUSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccessories 115 N. Bay St Bunnell _ORUOND_"

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t Your "Q" For Concrete, JOHN DEERE

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t. STANDARD PRODUCTS Bars & Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled
General Repairing-Road Service DAYTONA BEACH Black Galvanized Pipe & Fitting.
DdDonnnfiU Tires, Tubes & Accessories LAWN :MOWER REPAIRS

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'ship's wheel. Any offers 'I 'c -'13M3.SMY I DRUG ,STORES HOUSE PAINTS
Sullivan's Gulf Service
; THANKS Hatch and mix any color: ? .
t; 't 'OF GULF Anderson Drug Store
RCA VICTOR The family of late Jessie Harris Builder's Supplies Kitchenware '
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t UVING COLOR TV want to express their appre TIRES-TUDES-ACCESSORIES GIFTS GREETING CARDS .-
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Radio & Television In The Heart of Flagler Beach BUNNELL GASHARRIS
' ', '. '. 225 ,E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001 the death.' of our father. May .

1\:'.:, r, ORUOND' God bless you. To. our colored AUTO- REPAIRS BOTTLE GAS J
: wish to thank Moody's PharmacyFlagler BULK
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friends we BOTJTLE or .. ,
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.-_ With-p.;. Long Term thoughtful l words, and for the Arcadlua Babel Mechanic PRESCRIPTIONS HOME 'OWNED GAS COMPANY 1

:: flowers, the food and all who COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS DRUGS-SUNDRIES HONE ID 7-3551

'. FEDERAL LAND BANKS helped through our deepest sorrow Right Now Well Overhaul and' t I FOUNTAIN' SERVICE Help Tlagler County Grow -

: ,"S, FARM LOAN May God forever keep you Repair Your Power Mower Bunaeli ,Flair Phone ID 7-3661 By Shopping at' Home"h J
No Job Too Big Or Too Small
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: FLAGLER ,
FLORIDA
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; ;IJ ,. COMMUNITY MEMORIAL The 'famed ballet ofMoscow's. I- Loxahatchee means: Turtle I;
,gi t niI2 il"; : CHURCH SERVICES Bolshoi Theatre grew outof;f ; a Creek. The beautiful LoxhahatI s I
; dtl l ., : Ten A.M., Sunday school; 11 dancing d organized;. |; in ,1T73 chee River borders Jonathan

'. r g' r tFeqw.'-.,.,,. :/ A.M. morning worship, text, for homeless... .chi.dlen. In,-a Mps. }Dickinson State Park which is
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".._H. LUNA BABBITT _. H- I
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:f : ; TIRST BAPTIST f/i";..: ;;;"" morning.. worship service text, I Wish to Announce to the People of Flagler County'TbatI
L FOR. EASTER'SORISE ::[CHURCH : v\-. .1r "Blessed Are The Pure in Heart.I Am A Candidate For
SERVICE AT BEACH 1 i 11:30 J\M. Sunday school; G :" *- I IC'
{ I| Members net to attend the P Me choir rehearsal.. I
A meeting was held last Tuesday : '
SU John's River Associational -::County Commissioner :
evening' at the home of I meeting in Bunnell Monday: .
CARD OF THANKS
Rev. Reynold'Hoover, for the representatives evening. There were about 12; : ,
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of : .
: .all. three Flagler i f and among them were .Mrs Ruth *:
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to' make neces'-I I Schatz and
i Stanley Springer I II I neighbors and relatives for their I '
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.sary arrangements the; Easter Operate A Farm' In The Bimini Section -
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1 I kind deeds words of
'i Sunrise Seryiee; this year. of the intermediates.. and loving and A Small Business in Bunnell.; ,If elected
1 sympathy during illness and
( At 6 o'clock on the morning Family Jiight will be I Expect To Apply Acceptable Business PracticesTo
.. observed 1 loss of my dear husband and
of 17, at the .
April > Flagler Worn : *' *
an'sClub bidding: the sunrise next Wednesday night ,before father. For the prayers, cards, My Action" On The Board. -. V -.
z, service will b\e held with Rev. Rev. Glen Taylor, pastor,;.'conducts ',I and the beautiful flowers that ,, '; : ': ', \-: ,
i the regular: weekly prayer were sent to home for of-
Hoover, our ; HOiECOBB ,
Reynold of the
pastor
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the I i I in the basement. We want to extend our thanksto I .* .
delivering Assisting
message. -
with the opening and dosing r This week a hymn sing was Rev. Dickert for his prayers, I' Pd. PoL Adv;.by Hoke Cobb

prayers will be Rev. Glen i[held just before:,prayer, .meeting and to John Hardin of Craig's _.._ .0 ___ _. _
'First with Judson Stryker leading ,the Funeral Home for-arrangements ,
Taylor pastor'of the_ Bap, '" ,
I here -and in Michigan. We will
singing.
fist Church, and Rev. R.W..I r :
of cherish the "memory of their CRAIG FUNERAL
Dickert, pastor the Community [ HOMEA.
Memorial ''Church. Mr and Mrs. J.h Gill plan kindness always.
to leave for their former home Mrs. Flociel Rader and .
There will be special musicby H. CRAIG Funeral Director
from :in West Virginia this week, prepratory grandchildren.wwvuwvuuvvwwuwuwvv.
the three
members JOHN HARDIN. Associate
churche'Srinva, combined choir, to moving into their I
and each :church: will furnishtwo new home here which is. near- AIR' LADY. OXYGEN
ushers. Rolls and coffee will ing 'completion. FRED A.: H CONDITIONED ATTENDANT I I EQUIPPED '

be served immediately after the CHAPEL AMBULANCES
\ service. This {:will be done by Rev. and Mrs. E. Lester Stanton I. .FRuiTs.1, -1

a, Joint committee. of Riveria Beach are, guests .DIAMONDS- Phone ID 7.3532 ,
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A pot-luck supper and social u '

': has been planned for the Flag-;I Money -. SavinFIRST g Fo,od Values ,:
: Jler Woman's'Club""for fr P; M:'on .
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may bring their families CUT WESTERNPOI.CHOPS INSTANT. 'MAXWELL HOUSE ?; __!: .

"and is chairman friends. Mrs.Marie and '"-"she has Knosko arranged : 6 oL :
31 '&*:*'"* S91tCOfFEE
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;will.' be the guest speaker. Mrs. SMOKED, < $129

Reynold Hoover, president, joins J !
the chairman' and her committee HOG JOWLS Ib.. 1 19c Limit one with $5.00 food order

/ attend in( : .urging,\ the members to.1 > LARGE SIZE.; 0

FINE FOR SEASONING

Rev. Reynold Hoover made a I -
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evening where, he 'was guest -
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Church. He spoke on
Y?"Christian Vocations" to the I LIMIT' TWO WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER
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: JIethodf:5t.Youth: Fellowship. I v : SWIFT'S BROOKFIELD ,
A GOOD I YNO LIMIT t
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Eleanor .Shill received a call.! FRESH, DDFRYERS, ,
a 1 from St. Augustine from her BUTTER 69 !

1 granddaughter, :Miss Carol Shill,
: from Enterprise, Ala. She was each 69C

1 in agroup;of Girl Scouts of En. .
5-' 5 ;;terpfise' who were. on a sightseeing 3 FOR:$2.00 SWIFT'S 12 OZ. CAN. .
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-1, ._ ,.: .for dceanside, Calif., to join his FRESH GROUNDHAMBIRGER. .;. > .r' i .

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f,: ; .; t Mr. ,and Mrs Guy Massle lefty 0 GOLDEN RIPEBananas. 0#' ,

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AMERICANA. Famous Spots Do-It-Yourself I II curious fact: a drop in live l only be moving from a.higlLto

.Harpersferryi West Virginia of the mercury ,often preceged! a low-pressure area, JIf'V1slbb.' .
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bad_ weather, whUe a rise generally qty spoor and He ,dOes not

I t; "ff Thfe barometer Is taking its signaled an improvemelitr.This Know.;: the pressuree,'hl'. earea: ,

|place beside the thermometer as is, because a low-pressUF. trouble. may result. .
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household instrument.But arewhe there is, less. air- '
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molecules ?
of moisture: -
sucks up ;householder found&; his
that
who
r: 3, ..T 1 do-it-yourself forecasters from the ground, preparing the 1 '
; are not likely to put the Weather Ii for rain. new barometer'*:"registered
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q T <' <3 s Bureau out of business, the "stormy", no matter'liovwseverely | -
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Thus the barometer was born. ,
National Geographic Society he tapped it. Angrily he' repacked
i Four later Blaise Pascal, ..
years
v says. In fact, the, current barometer the instrumeli&and took,
62 has kept weather men the' French philosopher and it back to the siofe]\.Vhen he ';
t1 il mathematician, asked his bro '-worsenIng '
busier than ever. Weather of- returned, .amid steadily -
, ther in law to test the effect of weather -his home
he found
, # # flcials in Washington have averaged ,
I altitude on the mercury in sucha
had blown
l up to 100 calls a day away. ,
barometer. Just as Pascal suspected -
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f; f a ,' the mercury fell when
adjusting and'reading' their
I 1 I,the tube was taken to the top

: I barometers.,Amateur meteorologists soon 1 I of confirmed a mountain.the theory The experiment.that the Frank & Glad'sSHOE ::

; j I discover there's much more to
;height to which mercury rises ,
.- t forecasting than a quick glance I REPAIR
j in a barometer or TohiceUiantube
r at an instrument hat measures Route 11-Rear Dunn Hdw :
I is directly related tothe
'I atmospheric pressure. However,1 : General Shore Repair -
, amount of air above it.
the barometer remains one of i
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the most important tools of, Aneroid Is Popular -
; A narrow-ridged tongue of land in West Virginia's Eastern Panhandle '
weather science.Curiously-, its
. is the same wild and lovely spot where Thomas Jefferson I Torricelli's barometer is still YOUR CLOSEST OUTLET'For
be traced back
I stood and remarked "It's worth a trip across the ocean to stand origin may to used, but the aneroid ,barometeris Quality Furniture \ t,
here and see the!! sun rise. the same 17th century genius I because of its "We're ,Out of the" i '
.. The war-battered and blood damaged city of Harpers Ferry, who invented the thermometer, more popular Hight Bent District"CHRIS'S '
now being restored as a National Monument records.many noted Galileo Galilei. smaller size, portability, and FURNITURE j'

: visitors- perhap*, the most prominent of these, "God's Angry Man.*' I I rugged design. The aneroid con j Ij
'' Here the tourist can ,see the stone steps which lead to, the Galileo was Mystified I sists' of a small bellowlike metallic 1660 Rldcewood Are. Holly Hill \

,- tiny brick' engine house, (above), hillside church soon became so u chamber from which air Is
now a museum, that served as I Galileo observed that a pump
slippery with blood of the wounded removed. The chamber reacts
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John Brown's Fort when he would not lift water more than I
that it was impossible to
to the rise and fall of atmospheric
, staged a daring raid in 1859.: ascend them: about 34 feet. At that time,.,sel-
by expanding Bob
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pressure
r Earthworks' and gun emplace The tourists can still locate the enlists believed a pump worked -
t'' ments used by Federal and Con- site of Hall's Rifle Works on the because "nature abhors a vacu- and .contracting. These movements -
'federate troops' tiurlng'the 'numerous banks of the Snenendoah, where are transmitted to a needle
When
um. a vacuum was created '
; battles that raged in and the first breech loading rules which indicates the atmos SERVICEall
(:- around Harper's n7 .during manufactured in America were at the top of the pump,I pheric pressure either in .inchesor
; ,the War between the States are produced. Ten miles to the east the water was drawn up just millibars (under the metric makes
;' other points of interest. of Harpers Ferry National Monument as cider rises in a straw from, ,

. Nearby and tUB la use .is the ,Des Antietam, site of one which air has been sucked." But system). Sales, Tubes and '

: Harpers Ferry CathoHo: Church of the bloodiest battles of the why, Galileo pondered, ,should l Aneroid barometers serve as Antenna Installation '
,;' and the ,equally famous '"stone Civil War. A. short distance to altitmeters in airplanes. But
nature stop abhoring a vacuum
',., :: ,: steps*' During the town's most the South is Charles Town, site skill is needed 'in interpreting :
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PHONE '
,: famous battle in 1862, a Con; of several homes which were occupied their readings. A ,pilot? who
i'' ,: :federate force under the command by the immediate family. His pupil? Evangelista: Torrl-I a ,
'" c ; of ,General Stonewall Jackson of George Washington. cell!, found_ the answer. I!
C- swept through ,the ,Shenandoah December 2, 1959 marked the Torricelli sealed a long glass'I f .' i iI

t" 'Valley 'up'to Harpers.Ferry, 100th anniversary i of.. the' public tube at one end and filled it 1 I To The ,: of ,: ; I
People Fkgler County
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compelling:: a Federal force of hanging of John Brown in Charles ,
with which is nearly
mercury,
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I;12,500 men' to surrender. Town. The Jefferson County
;. ': In -the midst of'. this vicious Courthouse was 'the scene of the 14 times heavier than water. It is with due ,consideration that I announce.my;

f' ,' 'f: battle the 'church; was turned, trial in late October -and early When he inverted the tube in candidacy for the office of County Judge,,'subject ito

f 1]. into .a hospital and. the natural' November of 1859., a cup .of mercury some of the .", ,
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'Thomas CoignsPROBLEM '

WIVES WORRY OVER LIFE ON PENSION

r ttO wives customarily turn and a home are sufficient for retirement Now Going On .

'Info problems., for:.men about (most people who are ,
AA to retire?' retiring have much less) the simplest -

:' "My wife has turned into one step Is to broaden her bows; J
probably the biggest single edge. To do this husband. could $5.00a$6.0'0. '
problem I have with retirement. borrow $1,000 oa the home and MEN'S' MESS SHOES Reg. $i t. $12 ( : ,
take his wife_to visit the smaller ,
M "M):> company has, me .tabbed

...r t:,' for reach April,65. I'm 1=-six not weeks too concerned after I: communities California and to' Florida fee Rio1, Arizona Grande, WORK' SHOES leg. ft $11 Value: 5.00 ", .: '

of Texas. There she could t
; about it I'll get $312 from my Valley
pension and Social,Security: and see couples by the hundreds. OMEN'S. SKIRTS. Reg 3.SS Value $1.49'
are doing aft right oa $200 to $250: .
I have our home>paid ,for. That
month,. and who own no real
; : learned will be 'adequate from other'what men I at have theM a estate.It MEN'S TRESS MNT fee.fl ft, $11 Valites 3.00, < :

company J.s true.;, .often. is not enough to tell -

t way.lSfa fir: :,wtfc'. ,thteks doesat that see.'we it can't, this And a wixe.a husband-xou-: nave:mufit"to- realize show her that. :- WOMEN'S TRESSES t'g. $7 ft I $10 Valves 53.00MEN'S ; '

come, down, from 9905 a month retirement requires a new per .
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(my salary to $312.' She writes spective on a standard of living. T SNIRTS Mi S'HlTS'L ,50OMEN'S ? :
'You can't live on a $925 life on "
loose silo
the:checks at bur and .
that has to be $312 pay. You Just can't. Moving .
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outto says ODe-Wr1l' (which Is what may be the best way to get the .. SHOES ; % tr ..re' OffOMEN'S .
perspective -
my retirement, will mean) she new '

t' .can't Saefwb balance. the* fraatfc check la book.,tett- pensioned Wives are man's not problems.the least Sometimes of a :NIIN. IEELS All ".... $2.SS :

-f, fng'zsneth&Waaay have to they are ,the meet And
fee <-\easy' ae""keepto when they are .tee soot K. is
are M' the saows of Jan usually ia these areas:
; : Bary-and that we oaa out down oa PRESTIGE-1'be wife WHO has Aid Other Big Yaliits At TremaidoMs Savings

r. meals..H this sounds cracky you civic and social connections, and'Who ;
saoaU bear.her otter ideas. is bucking the 'presidencyof

t "Be that as it may, ,she is the West Bad, Ladies Society '

frightened.", Can you give me any or an invitation to a dinner at the Sale Lists Through April .:
advice feat will 'reassure her or Plushbottom bouse fc afflicted.
at least dispel some of her ,dismay The, best treatment is to move, -
?" i but to a place where you can geta ,
snob postmark on letters back <
Yes. You take over the check ; "
... like Palm
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leased the Beach or Monterey, even if you : :
= A wife wIt has oa
broa shouldsr: of a-: __ tr4A. live la a teat at the city Umite. $i. $ Btrfair House
odder : Tie Is BQ cute lor the,affliction, : .
t' =:1art 7ata. but you eaa'trftasftaiitfK to aa :
'eai afford. -
bis' shoulderrfed evaperitsI to one- environment yeu '

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