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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: April 7, 1960
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 48, NO. 13 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1960 $2.50 A YEAR

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Farris Bryant Topics Palm 'Sunday At First Sermon Jack Clegg Is FLAGLER GET SMOKE CITIES TAX I.Mayor Burns


- To Visit Here ,'Methodist hurch Elected MayorCommissioner F .and The towns monthly for the refund 5 cents to a pack-cities I,Speaks Here ...

,Palm Sunday sermon topic age collected on cigarettes, was
This Saturday will be "The True Entry" for I announced in Tallahassee as fol-' Monday Noonr.

k the 11 o'clock worship service,! lows for the February collection. I I .
;:: Farris Bryant; candidate for Rev. W.L. Spicer,Jr., said today. John A. (Jack) Clegg was Beverly Beach '$72.06; Bunnell, Jacksonville Mayor Haydon
Governor in the Democratic Primary The evening service topic ,is elected Mayor-Commissioner at 1498.99; Flagler Beach, $619.01, Burns will bring his candidacyfor
in May, will be in Bun- "Time Stood Still." the organization meeting of the and Marineland $76.04. governor to the voters of
nell Saturday morning, April 9, new Commissioners Monday eve Flagler County on Monday,
from 11 to 11:30, his County Youth Week at I ning. Levi L. Brannam, Sr., was t!April 11, County Campaign
Campaign Manager R.A. (Red) named Vice-Mayor. Methodist Church [Chairman D.D. Moody said to-
( Powell, said today. Batpist Church Harry Atkinson was named as t I!| day.The
His friends and supporters are chairman of the finance committee J Holds ConferenceFourth I voters of the county are
,. invited to come out to the c curt Youth Week is, now in prog- ;' waterworks and utilities 1 invited to meet him at the court
t house during this time and visit ress at the First Baptist Church committee chairman is L. L. Quarterly 'Conferencewas I I I house between noon and 1:15
with him.. At this time he will and will climax this weekend Brannam; chairman of the street held atthe First MethodistChurch : j I I j where he will be glad to discuss
be glad to answer any quest ns with ,the formal opening. Satur- committee is C. B. Eisenbach; at 6:30 Sunday afternoon I'I his platform and talk with vo-
and talk with the voters of the day night of the new Church sanitation committee chairmanis with District Superitendent j I ters.
[. county concerning his platform recreation center. Sermons will I I C.A. McKenzie. Rev. .Ed McKinley of Gainesville t In discussing his candidacy,
: as a candidate for governor. !''be delivered by David Shields I Fire Chief H.H. (Red) Corley, presiding and Rev. W.1.i I the Mayor said, "I am the candidate .
.fir; :; Mr. Powell said 'Mr. Bryant Michael Parker on Sunday, who is leaving for Greenville Spicer, Jr., as pastor. 1 I, of the people now just
appeared on a statewide te.e- the pastor, Rev. Thomas Pinner, I S. C. to reside, resigned as fire Board of Stewards re-elected I I as I have been on four previous
vision engagement on March 28,! said. r chief and the old board on the Shelton Barber, Robert Cook, D. I I occasions when I won 'first primary -
at which time he emphatically. During the week, the young recommendation of the fire de C. Johnston, Z. D. Holland, Mrs.I I, victories in the race for
Mated his opinion on some Supreme people have had complete control partment, appointed retiring Flossie Richardson, Mr. and Mrs.! Mayor of Jacksonville. In all
i Court Decisions and also : t>f the Church's's program commissioner Charles Creal fire Cordell Robertson Leslie Tucker four of those races, I got more
stated that he is for segregation r: and have directed its activities. chief. Members of the new board I I Gordon Buckles George :M. votes than any other candidatein
t in the public schools but he] Sunday morning David Shields 1 I'confirmed I this appointment at Moody, Ray Carle, Mrs. Walter the race, which think speaksfor
,feels that facilities should t2 i ir' I will speak on the topic, '"What their first commission meeting. Cody, Mr. and Mrs. Walter itself."
r' provided on an equal basis for :I Youth Expects of Adults," and I I Knight, Walter Morris, Hoke Burns, during whose 11 yearsas
II f. both races." I Ir the evening sermon, deliveredby Cobb, Mrs. Robert Deen, Mrs. Mayor of Jacksonville ,the
'. Plank No. 6 of Bryant's gubernatorial 'I Michael Parker will be entitled Marble Tourney I Lady Allen: and Carlton Johnston city has seen $200,000,000 in
fr' platform was released. "What Adults Should Expect were also elected to the capital improvements without
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-. from his Ocala headquarters I I of Youth" The choir for Results Are GivenA board. : I increased taxes or Federal aid,
Monday. Dealing with Bryant's both services will be under the Honorary' stewards are John promises to do, among other
Y' ;, Constitutional Reform Program,i I direction of Betty Jo' ,Revels and Marble Tournament sponsored Kendall, Mrs. Mary Miller,! things if elected governor:
Bryant referred ,to it as "a state]J I If Louis Friedman. I j[ by V. F.W. Post 5213' got!I George :Moody, Sr., Mrs.. Nell Apply business to government;
''need long past due, sinse' our Other officers named for the underway athe Bunnell School I Allen Mrs. G. L. ,Biddle, and end control of Tallahasee law-
present Constitution is like a Youth Week include: Nancy I Monday of this week. Mrs. Maude Holland.Dr. yers; return government to the
\ patched up rudder for a modem Brannam and CarY Holland; di- The tournament is being held Allen ,Reynolds was electedto people. ,
ocean liner.."' :' rectors of activities; Elaine between students of grades four serve as Lay Member to the Since even before his formal
; Bryant has4.eel\ the forefront ,Deen, pianist; Mike McMillan through eight and the champ f Annual 'Conference and Ray announcement that he was en
J"I.. "' ',of:*the 'Constitutional ,Rett ,- .Brlce.J: { &ton!.""WtSSb.. ffiJI: from-BunnelL_Scfiool "will play Mercer-' as .reserve member.. tering the governor's racer_)lay "
form effort practically 'slncehis! and Cary Holland ushers' ,Mr. the champ from ,the Flagler' Church lay:leader is Ray Mer or Burns ha .' been insisting
I I' first 5of,six terms in the legisla-: William Humphreys\ is sponsor Beach School with the winner cer; treasurer H.T. Cook; financial that most of Florida's problemsare
f : ture. 'He is a, charter member 'of the Youth Week. 1 'I going ,to the District Tourna secretary, L H. Drady. Mrs. business problems:
t of the "Citizen's Constitutional Q ment, Post Commander Wilfred A.B. Johnston :is superitendentof "Of all the candidates in the
; 1 Committee" which he states' Hunter said today. Sunday school. race," Burns- recently told his
t "has done more to arouse pub The games Monday between Trustees are T.E. Holden state campaign workers, "I alone
. lic interest and to stimulate Citizens CouncilBoard grades four and five studentswere Lloyd Robertson George Clegg have had executive experienceboth
, study of .constitutional revision ,as follows: Frankie Gordon M.B. Fuller and L.H. Drady. in business and public ad
i than any other group in Flor To Meet In: t playing, Walter Kersey with The Commission on Membership ministration. The city government .
ida," Bryant also served on the Gordon winner. and Evangelism is Mrs. of Jacksonville is set up
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t Constitutional Revision Committee Orlando, SundayA Walter Cowart and James Pearl Blakely, Mrs. Lloyd Robertson identically with that of the
t' of the Florida Bar Association District Board Officials' Bratcher playing with Cowart ,. Allen Reynolds, Gayle Mercer 'I state. Our council 'commission
c for four years. meeting of the Citizens Council winner; Don Moore .and Jeep 1 I! Susan Carle, and Boyd and mayor compare with the
f The former Speaker of the will be held in Orlando on Sunday Worley with Worley winner;I I Robertson. legislature, cabinet and govern.or. .
, called "constitutional re Education Commission is Mrs. .
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House April 10. The business Mike Dozier and Dennis Buono I
vision the prime requirement for'J. meeting is called for 10 o'clock playing, with Dozier the winner.!I Freda Deen, Shelton Barber, I have administered success.
reform" and recommended Jackie'. Mrs. Lois Higginbotham, and fully one and one-half million
government matches'
were
;J. and a dinner will be served at Tuesday's
that "it should be 12:30 P.M. McCabe and John Johnston playing I 1 I Mrs. Walter Morris. dollars weekly for many yearsas
t, achieved, by offering the legislature The meetirig will be held at I and Johnston was winner. I It I Mission is Mrs. George Clegg, Mayor of Jacksonville and
k a complete revision so it Pearce's Dining Room and the I Monday's winners, Walter Mrs.,Ray Carle, and :Mrs. Walter have directed the work of 3,000
f could be adopted article-by- dinner will also be served there. t Cowart and Jeep Worley play- I I I' Cody. employees. None of my oppon
e article. The language should be Officials 'are urged to attend, it:i ing. Worley winner; John Jarosz I Stewardship and Finance are ents have even spent a dimein
" meaningful to the laymen yet was stated. and Jim Harbert: playing, with I Rob Deen W.W. Deen, L H. public funds nor superviseda
comprehensive enough for any Harbert winner; Charles Thompson Drady, Ray Mercer, H.T. Cook single public employee.I .
\ ,court" and Clifford Weatherington I and Dean Holland. know all of my opponents
Bryant ,concluded "We must City Installs playing with Weatheringtonwinner. .Records and History Committee personally and they are each
modernize our government including I : Mrs. Patsy Durrance; pas. fine men of high integrity, but
reorganization, of trial New Fire SirenThe Jack Sparkman and.Dan Cody! toral relations Hoke Cobb, RayCarle they do not have the experience,
; courts. and increasing local self. playing with Cody the winner. I and Mrs. Leona Knight; (Continued on Page 10) "
government and, responsibility City of Bunnell this week Sixth grade players Monday I worship, L H. Drady, :Mrs. Mar-
t' with preservation of the Bill oft has installed a ,new fire sirenat were Benton Eisenbach and gie Robertson and Tom Holden;
Rights and a guarantee of the fire department, replacingthe Ronnie Harris playing with music, Walter Morris, Mrs H.Tel Tuesday Session of-
}s '" Homestead Exemption." old one which was wornout. Eisenbach winner; Jimmy Cook, Mrs. RuU\ :Townsend, :
The ,new siren is a. much Bratcher and'David Spivey playing Mrs. Bette McDaniel.Ham ,' I Small Claims Court

larger one and is placed on a'. with Spivey winner; J. Akins, .. I Small Claims*Court was in
FlowerShow tall pole at the fire department and G. Jarosz playing, with I session Tuesday ,afternoon with
'i: Everybody's house and will give a much bet- Jarosz winner; Butch, McDanieland Shoo' Set Judge Charles Tonkin presiding.

'Begins J Friday ter alarm s1gn L.JlUMMACE Howard: Pellicer playing, Cases on the agenda included
with McDaniel the winner:; Billy For Saturday garnishment proceedings judg-
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Oriental. Pats' lead one from SALE SATURDAY Cauley and :Jforman Kurtz playing ment with costs granted in favor
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Korea: and China to Japan Mrs. Levi Brannam ,said the and Kurtz winner.. At AirportFlagler Flagler Beach Hardware 'vs.
where beauty and,, nature have proceeds from the rummage Tuesday's results wer Mon Billy Parrish. Defendant to pay
; been'a 'proud heritage for over sale Saturday at the Bass Nurs day's' winners: Eisenbach and B Beach.Methodist Men's $10.00 per week"until ,total. a-
a'thousand' years :This is the ery on Highway 1 was $106.00 Spivey playing, and Spivey the Club ,is sponsoring a Ham Shootat mount is paid.
,theme for the 20th ,annual Plans are' being made to hold winner: G. Jarosz and B. Mc: the Airport on Saturday, April R. Sturman vs. Alvin Hub-
x 'Everybody's Flower Show sponsored another sale in the ,near future. Daniel playing and Jarosz the 9, beginning at 12 o'clock noon. bard for 2386. JudgIiient:was
by the Council of Garden Proceeds will be used on the winner;. Mack Pellicer and, Nor- Both shotguns and rifles will be granted in favor,of the plaintiff.
Clubs'o? the Halifax District to Band Trip Fund,it was stated. man 'Kutrz with Kutrz the winner used. "' Rl: Sturman vs] ':Prescott Cor
be held at the Anaory. Ballough ; H. Bullock and L. Smigel- The shoot is for the benefitof net for $27.24; Judgment 'for
Bead,*:Daytona, Beach, on April I CLASSES! VISIT ski playing, with Bullock win- the organ fund of the church. this, amount plus costs, .was
8, 9, and,10. LEHIGH PLANT I ner. Winners Spivey and Jarosz The public is invited. granted to the plaintiff. -'
....M '&,;.Vemon .U Owner, of Mt: ,, > ,f playing with Jarosz winner. R Sturman vs:/Solomon/rlar-
-1M *atee ,part president Typing Claw;Two and Chemistry .I 'Wednesday matches inchedthe Tucker playing, Herr the win; tin for $20.99.. .Case continued
of;' ;tfre .lS rW-*, IfeJeration' of Ctaac.o*. theRflell High, winners, Jarosz and Bullock.ner; Larry Cox and Stanford to April 19th* ; *5ft,",
c itM H**, ,*&) **:' the ,ribbon ftefeool vfefeed' tfc e, Lefeigh' Portland playing, with Jarosz the winner. :Robertson playing, with Cox the Case of G."Dana Scruggs ,ys*-'
,. :4*t ftwn1'opening at Coiooiit Imo. : W esday I Other Wednesday mon Bg winner. 'Other matches will .beheld Ruth Sandford-was transferredto
3:39 'P.M. 'April: fc I Mg. matches' were Tommy' Herr. and during, the, week. Circuit Court{; .>,:.:*f:
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PAGE\TWo.JI :' ,' t : *.*#, ; THE FLAGLER..TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA ; Thursday, Ap, it l 60 .
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Amish Sect Feels corner of Pennsylvania.-' -.', ment, hard work, and skills I I automobiles.,' Some'plain: people sule.::--". -- ; 1!a

There along country roads handed down for generations. even attend movies, sports events 1i 1

,Pressures of Modern unmarked by electric or 'telephone In Amish kitchens, spicy aromas and carnivals. i

wires, old-order Amish from rich Pennsylvania-Dutch I I Such temptations, say Amish RCA VICTOR {4'

Life Around ThemFor follow set patterns of worship, dishes testify to full and varied I I patriarchs, lie in wait for LIVING COLOR TV I
work, and play. Sedate families, larders. Entertainment restrictions dren permitted to go on the chu-I "LOOK FOR THE PICTURE {t'
automobiles ride in d'o enthusiasm IX TilE WLNDO'V" _
Amish children in the shunning not dampen I lage's little red schoolhouse to! Southern Radio & Television
covered black W gons. Young for traditional group sIng-I !
heart of the Pennsylvania-Dutch t:the modem regionalhigh'school.Worse : 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001 ),
country, the "off' is still on: men woo girls in topless bug ing, simple games, courting and I "exposure to frivolity may ORMOND !

In, expressive German.Engllsh gies. Youths are clean shaven wedding celebrations. lead the sober," work-loving -- i1

dialect, the "off" means a va- before marriage, but afterwards Outside pressures, howeyer, Amish lad to become that abom

cation. That, in effect, is-what they must grow beards.No grow stronger. Increasingly, individuals ination of shiftlessness-a "shus-

the youngsters have had since Frills Allowed and groups yield to .- TV Bob ;ji

\ last fall, when their parents declined Amish costumes are home the convenience of mechanicalfarm REFINANCE YOUR DEBTS

to send them to a new made, and cut along lines of equipment, telephones, and With a Long Term I

high ,school in Morgantown.The long ago. Women wear. ankle. SERVICEall j
FEDERAL LAND BANK
families involved have length skirts and black sunbon- SEF makes

paid small fines for failure to nets. Below flat, broadbrimmedhats CYPRESS FARM LOAN I

comply with Pennsylvania law men's coats are without
Sales Tubes and
H. W. BRYAN ,
requiring school attendance until lapels, pants without cuffs. I GARDENS I Production Credit
Assn.
: Antenna Installation
the age of 17. But passive Hooks.and.eyes serve as fast- 11
-resistance continues, for the enrs, button being taboo as' too water ski shows doily10.39oral.00pra7.3apn4.15pra WednesdayIOOOPALATKA
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problem is basic and ,recurrent., decorative. 9.2204'f

Devout Amish elders feel that The plain houses of the "plain -

eighth grade education meets.I people" are sturdy, often spaci. '

that all the more needs encourages of simple farmers worldli-; ous.made But to comfort no concessions or convenience are 'I. AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I J

ness. by central heating, plumbing,

Offshoot of MennonitesFor electric lights, or kitchen gad. I J

more than 200 years, A- I gets. The Amish do indulge AUTO BODY BAMBOOBAR FUEL OILKING'S
mish communities in America themselves in color, which is: -
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COCKTAIL
have clung to deep rooted ways cheerfully bright in women's: ODELL HERSEY'SPAINT LOUNGE TRUCK .TOP- -
& BODY SHOP
despite the pressure of surging dress material, household furniture i PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS

changes around them, says the dishes, quilts, and the like. : 24 Complete-HOUR WRECKER Collision Service SERVICE Open Under New ManagementCome Delivery in the County on I

.. National Geographic Society Amish farms are prosperousthe -'! Body & Fender Work In and Get AcquaintedOcean Fuel\ Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fuel .
The sect originated In. Europeas result of frugal manager I i Painting., Matching, Free Estimatesu. I Blvd AlA Flagler Beach GasolineU.
1 So. OP DUNNELL
offshoot of the -
a stricter Days ID 7-3372-Nlte: ID 7.3267 1 N. Bunnell ID 7.3676
Mennonite Order that emergedin !I'The Coolest Spot for the Coolest
Draft BeerSANDPIPER
the Protestant reformation of AUTO SERVICEMcDANIEL'S FURNITURE
the 16th and 17th centuries. o .' I BAR

Followers of the Swiss Men I"q GIFTS-LUNCHES REED'SDiscount
On the Ocean
Side of AlA 3 Miles
nonite bishop, Jacob Amman, Service Station North of Flagler Pier Furniture

the Amish adopted his name lora b :'- oppamlwrY STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS, "Keep Cool at George & MilUe's"'I''I I UP TO 50% DISCOUNT
stern rural creed based on lit PHONE HE On
Furniture
'..; eral interpretation of the ,Bible. / 6. Tires-Batteries-Minor. Repairs ; "I i,I and and Used AppliancesNew .

To escape persecution, they Bunnell m 7.7119 I BUILDING SUPPLIES -- '- 1100 Flomich A TO.-Holly Hill

moved to Germany's Upper ,'" -
Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION
Rhineland and the Low Countries WICKLINE FLOOR COVERING

apd finally: to 'the New } Building, Supplies Tilecraft
Company
World.. GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen .
CEMENT ,
CEMENT
BLOCKS
The first:Amish colonists arrived "LET US FLOOR YOU"Ainisfrong
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7.A.MV- 10 P.M.-7 Days .::5TEEL'Flagler -
in Pennsylvania in the 'IOOt.- FIND & Kentile I
early rZOO'Si. Later immigrants THE BESTBARGAINS ,State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Beach HE 9.2254 Sold and Installed ;' i iI

/joined' them, and pushed on' to. IN .Colonial Service Station I All Work Guaranteed .
Ormond Beach OR 7.3181
other States. Some ventured as THE CLEANERS -
NEWSPAPER EARL E. RICE ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION
far northwest as'Ontario. r GARDEN SHOP I

Today,'some 40,000 Amish people ADS.. MOTOR TUNE-UP BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY Gray's Garden Center

live in the United States GOODTIRES & BATTERIESU.S. CLEANING Headquarter for Gardening Needs
and Canada. Ohio has the HIWAY 1 BUNNELL SERVICE Ceramics Gifts. Dry Arrangement
largest group; Indiana comes Materials
second, Pennsylvania, 'third. Hall's Atlantic Station Open Dally 8 to 6 Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers
Phone ID '7-3188 TORO LAWN MOWERS
Jack Hall
But no settlements are more ProprietorGASOILSLUBRICATION
147 Tomoka Avenue Ph. OR 7.051:
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115 N. Bay St. Bunnell
dedicated than those of the rolling ORMOND

farmlands in the southeast .::...- TiresT-Batteries-Accessories "

..... .. ROAD SERVICE CONCRETE PRODUCTS HARDWARE
Th "_ .BUNNELL Tel. ID 7-3652 Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.
Your "Q" For ConcreteDial JOHN, DEERE
J. L. Presswood Garage Agricultural&:Industrial Equipment
JJ Wanted CL 3-8113 STEEL
STANDARD PRODUCTS
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Bars &: Shapes Hot &: Cold Rolled
;: General Repairing-Road Service DAYTONA BEACH Black&Galvanized Pipe &: Fittings
i, Tire, Tubes A &ecessorieaVisit
: LAWN MOWER REPAIRS
Frozen Our Grocery Foods and DepartmentFor Staples Quillian's Concrete, Inc. DEEM RD. Phone r> 73148
? : : |'\Your Vote and Support. ; Cubed lee

-, HE 9.2139 FLAGLER BEACH DRUG STORES Village Hardware Center
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Sullivan's Gulf Service .
I In The
; ,,," *,' '- :Match and mix any color
Anderson Store
:i GULF Drug
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't Supplies Kitchenware
GA8-0ILS-LUBRICATION
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3rd- TlnES-TUBE8-ACCESSORIES
May GIFTS GREETING CARDS
i. '",}.$. :.EPrimary Beach Information Room Supplies -
; :O'" ; > "Specializing: in Service and AlA Ormond, Beach CL 20420BOTTLE
Sundries
', "; Clean Rest Rooms"In -
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The Heart of Flagler Beach

J : : '; .: ,; BUNNELL GASaARRIS
': --I AUTO: REPAIRS Moodys PharmacyFlagler BOTTLE GAS

,. BOTTLE or BULK
,i,,; ., .. -' For >'. ., Shield Service Station County Corner Drue-StorePRESCJlIPTIOXS FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY
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) Arcadius HabeL Mechanic HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY
i :: COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS DRUGS-SUNDRIES
: : Jihetiffof Flagler County < PHONE ID 7.3551
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Right Now We'll Overhaul and I FOUNTAIN SERVICE Help Flagler County Grow
.. ',:'''j Repair Your Power Mower j i BuBBelL Flo. Phone ID 73661 By Shopping at Home
No Job: Too Big Or Too Small
: ,.' P. A. (Zip) EPMONSOtt 111' No. Bay at.. BunnellEDGAR'S ORMOND PRESCRIPTION mDIO TELEVISION

GARAGE PHARMACYSick

v .... :' Pol. .,Ad..'. rd. by P,A. (Zip) Edmonson '24-Hour Towlflg Service Room Supplies-Sundries DON'S RADIO &:.TV

/ ,.: COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS 24-Hour Prescripttoa Service Zenith Sales and Service

:,,, j- Automatic Transmission Service Free' Delivery la Flagler BeachRt. "We Sell the Best
f"t '; Wheel Balancing-Front. End AlA 1 mL North of and Service the Rest"
f FOR ALL HOURS DAY OR NIGHFAMBULANCE Alignment24O ORMOND BEACH-TeL OR 7-1661
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Granada Orm 4 -OR 7-QS03 AUTO RADIOS A SPECIALTY,

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Your Health Is Wealth
; : PHONE VAIley.41625ST. HOLLY HILL Put Your'PEESCOKS GIFT SHOP
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\ .Ii4LIaca(:: ,,, :::1 II'I' 'C kvuj. I i I 6th.The to Howard. Pellicer on April now.Oh Boy Easter holidays next

: NBUJI.I I I big marble tournament :week. Don't forget the. Easter
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.x. I I'll Parade and the'Womanless Wed.
got started Monday give
by William Neil Eddinget
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: LUNA BABBITT I II you the results of the games ding oth on April the 14th. .

; Telephone HEmlock 9-2098 .- next week.
Well, how did Bunnell look I
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: 1" from the of an elephant? I I The school? annuals ,are ready.
J _.... top A person can't hope for suc
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FLAGLER WOMAN'S MEMORIAL :1 I can't I didn't ride many f. so you
F COMMUNITY say, 'cause I, I cess-he has to "hoph for It.
f CLUB SOCIAL CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSA but I was there. At the carnival -.--- ---
covered dish supper has I rides I saw Benton Eisen-
The covered dish suppergiven
been set for the members and I II bach, Vicky King, Billy Cauley, '
last Thursday evening at the, their guests at the Community J Gene an'd.Howard Pellicer. CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
house had attendance
club an
I Memorial Church for 6 P;M. '
of 60 members and guests. Thursday evening, April 7th Saturday night everyone real- H. CRAIG, Funeral Dfrector: ,'.
,. Speaker for the period that I ly seemed to enjoy the barbe- ,
Members are requested to bring /.. JOHN HARDIN Associate
E. Lester Stanton school
followed was dishes cued chicken supper atthe >
the same they furnishedat -
from Riveria Beach and he was the last supper. Rev. R. W. cafteterla. I saw Linda, Lina, AIR.' LADY OXYGEN _

assisted in showing slides by Dickert, pastor, will conduct a and_ Lesa Knight, Barbara Pache, CONDITIONED '"I I EQUIPPED

,' Mrs. Stanton. His subject was short devotional before the. regular Frankie Gordon, Glen Carle, De. H PEL. ATI'ENpANT'. AMBULANCES

,_ "Art in America" and he...gave monthly business 'meeting lores Deen. '
an instructive and interestingtalk. will be held. Sunday afternoon Tony Park. I Phone ID 7-3532

Rev. Dickert announced that er celebrated his tenth birthday.J'
Marie Knosko 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA
Mrs. was chair-
Bobby Weaver's birthday was .
I his sermon next Sunday morn- ,
man and she.:was assisted by: --- '
ing will be on "The Cruciflca-
Mrs. Winifred :McNab, Mrs Ber-:s I ,
tion of Our Lord.
tha Bordner, Mrs. Alberta Peter r '

son, Mrs. :Maybelle Harden, Mrs. f Miss Elizabeth Province of Best Qualified-By
Lucille Anderson and :Mrs. Betty .
Jacksonville stopped overnight
Shultz as hostesses. I with Mrs. Leonard .Moody'on

I her way to the Baptist Asocia-
GAME
SOFTBALL
tion :Meeting in Daytona Beach
There was a Softball game at .
which began Monday.
the Flagler Beach school last t

Thursday afternoon between the Mr., and Mrs. G. L. Strom-accompanied -I
Sea-Jets of this school and the ,
Mrs. Gladine Chal- I
Phys-Ed class of. Mrs. Nancy: finch Monday to Eustis as she I

Youree of Bunnell school. made the trip there with-lierhouse

The Sea-Jets have on their guest, :Mrs. F.C. Ledbetter. C
team Pitcher Gloria Prather; \ !.
Catcher Linda Skplar Firstbase I .

Judy Edge; secondbase Margaret .rr
Mrs. Charles Ward, former
Hoskins; thlrdbase Juanita I resident here, now living .in
Giddens;' Shortsop Marilyn Mc Eustis, was* the guest of :Mrs. 5-i

Nab; Leftfield Shirley Parks; I Gladine Chalfinch during' the .5. ..>.
,'RJghtfi ld Bonnie Miller; Centerfield weekend S.;.* -
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'will be a return game. soon. tis is the .house -.guest ,now of

Mrs. ,Gladine Chalfinch. .;i
MBS. KULP'S THIRD GRADE I .. -

ENTERTAINED AT"SCHOOL Mr.. and#Mrs{ Archie: Hunter: ? tv .. jh,. Y A rfa
7 .f f3.
Mrs. Emma Kulp' presented a and their two sons: have moved..
skit on Thursday at the Flag here from Starke. tlt ?'v"S4f'y' 1YRhP! ?$

ler Beach School featuring her ft...,,.
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titled "I'd Be Glad To." I.State Association of Couny Com

There were also two recitations missioners,> in Miami last. week.
"The Catapillar" by Billy /

Miller and "April Trickery" by Mrs. Clarice Babbitt visited in rv
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Diane Woods. ,Among those St. Augustine Friday. I
taking part were Susle Duncan,

Prissy Gumble, CeCi Eberhard- Visiting .era Sunday' .were

inger, Diane Lucas, Joyce Robin- Miss Mary Furrer, her brother, e

son, Monica, Huber, George Ro- ,I William Furrer, and. Mrs. Agnes
ble, John Daniel, Wayne All. Lee.
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man, Wayne Owens, Chalra I .
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Ell-sworth, Frank Fleurie, David r Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Weaver 'a.

Johnson, Jerry Gordon, Jimmy. have returned to their home A
McNab, and Buddy Moore. '
here after making: 'a trip to
North Carolina on account of
METHODIST CHURCH NEWS the death of his, sister. I
Palm Sunday service will be

'- held at the Flagler Beach Methodist Mr and Mrs. Harry Spurr and I

Church. The sermon topic Mrs. Amanda Shugg of Midland, .

for Sunday morning will be Mich., 'are guests'' of Rev. and,
"The Triumphant Entry" by the Mrs. Reynold Hoover.
pastor, .Rev.. Reynold Hoover.I -
The special music will be an *
YOUR CLOSEST OUTLET
, anthem by the choir and a solo'
' For Quality Furnf.tuieWe're
\ by Mrs. Harry Spurr.
Out of the
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t the Methodist Men's Club will -
5? : meet atthe home of Rev., Reyn- CHRIS'S FURNITURE Meet Him In Bunnell-
1680 Rlclpweod .Aye. BenT HH 1-
5v. : old Hoover. All men are Invited

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j' of I than any other large'state and amounted to $822,136,000, a gain J Excise taxes .,collected' in I I' OLDEST FORM OF 'WRITING
> 'more "than double the national I lof 57 per cent which again Florida on beverages tobacco The oldest forms of7 actual
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gain 'ol 20 per cent,. the Florida ranks the state' at the toy of products and other luxuries writing are Sumerian, Says'the
Federal Taxes State Chamber of Commerce re I all large states in the nation. I Ii came to $68,286,000;, estate taxes I I National Geographic. Magazine.
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ports. i The national figure was 32 percent I
I Corporations paid in gift taxes to $3,004,000. I
Jumps In FloridaFederal The total paid by Floridians In-I Frank Glad'sSHOE
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into the federal till came to I come and profits $ During the five year interval j jFlorfda's &
508,000, up 53 per cent while
population increased 1 1
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tax collections in $1,147,281,000 national figure dropped slightly. REPAIRRoute
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income taxes, including old up 57 per cent
ing the past five 'years, more I third to reach $7,698,000. sales gained 41 cent. j jI ,General Shore Repair
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" r Vote to Elect '
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.Z GN A1AKE F By F..G. Wood, Jr. Curator ,
A 14EAT ClFTNW; 1 SWELL-60 'SCREW EVES AD i
AUNT AMNS/ J ion"RRTHCW JN PAJNT1N&"PAiNT NWOOOEKCURTAIN : 1 I Marine Studios' I'I Lamar Harris jtftt'-l"= '{

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1 COO WN65 I Some fish are fussy eaters.. 't '1

, O WITH ENAMELTOÐER. j The fers sea bite-sized horse, fQr animals example so ,fresh pre I Clerk of the Circuit Court, .

I that they are still' alive and I
Flagler
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S\Nt)MUTING kicking The tiger shark, at the
6PE5-oF1n6: other extreme, is a charter mem- I Will Conduct The Office In An Effici nt,;Courteous -
" W 6UJE ber of the great group of gour.. and Business like manner. '" 'i .'"

FLATTEN 80T1 .. ... mands and will eat practically o/r'" '
I Will Your Vote In .,.3rd
\ ANO6UEANPSCCEWTO anything, whether It's edible or, Appreciate, The:May
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.T. t Primary. .
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ENAMELED ( not. <
BASE !J I'-r.--4 Pd., PoL Adv. by Lamar Harris Jr -', ,
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found 'in the stomachs of tiger : <
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f To The of County t been bitten through with apt ';1> .
: People Flagler : R e-EI e'd .
i parent ease), sea lions, porpoises :S. .
i r. \ It is with due consideration that I announce my I sharks (including other tiger "" .
sharks), sting a rat, Duane -A. ,Deen ,.
f : candidacy for the office of County Judge. subjectto t rays .:: i
to 'the Democratic Primaryon May 3._.,': ,, a'woman's pocketbook, lumps of of '-1J:
: County Judge Flagler County"ij
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? coal, tin cans, and empty sacks. I

t'. 'I earnestly and sincerely solicit your silPP.Qtj and, I Also found in .the stomach of j r.J.;..'.;..-'

r(. : vote for this d office.' ,., one caught off the coast of Australia I have. served'- as abut County Judge i nd, aJudge 3uvenUe, :

was 'the arm- of a man .the'i past-: four' years and, prior to:that I wasJustice
: T.. K. ((Buddy) McKnight;:. who was thought to have beenmurdered I '. ..,o!;,.::r '. ,
and "tossed to the of ,the -Peace for several years. ,
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Pol. Adv. Pd. by T, K., (Buddy McKnight. : sharks." But there are well authenticated <- \

,. records of attacks on I DUANE A. DEEN
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r FOR CLERK OF THE CIICIIT COIIT years a go on the Gulf coast of I PoI Adv.,:Pd. by Duane A.. Deen
Florida an eight-year-old boy I
VOTE FOR
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I playing in ,shallow water was ...... ..... .....
f. T. Shelton. Brooks. attacked by a tiger shark only
. I five of six feet long. The wounds I
k ", I wish to announce"that I ana a candidate for- the office.of inflicated by this small shark : I Wish, to.. .Announce to'.the People of Flagler, County

s CLERK CIRCUIT' COURT FOR FLAGLER CQUNTY were so serious that one of the That I 'Am A Candidate For -. .

.t : in' the' 'Democratic Primary on :May 3 ', =: : boy's legs had to be amputated. ** .,
While attacks are rare, the tiger :
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T. SHELTON BROOKS is definitely to be considered -b- :. r-: ouIComrnissioner5:

. May I. thank you in;advance for your vote and supportPol. one of the most dangerousof ,. :; '- .
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Adv. Pd. Lucille Treasurer all sharks. ;
: Pol. by Brooks. t
i.- .. .-..... may. .... The largest specimen for .i"", ,+" ,
,,' ':. '. .-ot which there. is reliable record ,I Own ,and Operate-A Farm In The Bimini Sec
.r' was 18' feet long, but bigger tion and. A Small Business in Bunnell. If elected

I Am Running 'For Constable, Of Flagler County, ones have. been reported. Tigersharks' .r-r'Expect To Apply Acceptable Business Practices
are found in the warmer
If Elected. I Pledge. To Continue To Run The Office 'To My ;Action On The Board.
waters of all oceans, both along ., .
As It,-Has Been .Run The Past 4 Years So It Will coastlines and far out at sea. : : ; 'L ..# "

Not Hurt The Taxpayers. The scientific name, Goleocerdo, : -. \\ .. :;. HOKE COBB{:
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APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE I
words, one meaning,a "kind of ','
Pd. :Pol. Ad* by Hoke Cobb *I:
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1 -, :- shark" and the other, "fox. .; _.. ._' .'-__ . .
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: ,',/Cl-. .I sharks comes from the vertical FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT '
-- bars on the sides: These are not
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very conspicuous I wish to announce the people of Flagler County
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disappear in older Individuals, .
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you are you ;
LYMAN L. GAGE
H only to examine the teeth.

: : \ Oddly enough, for a shark CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
that is normally so undiscriminating -
in its eating habits, it Subject to the Democratic Primary May 3 .
Ear.,tly Solicits Ynr Vile and S..rl has been difficult to keep tiger J. '.* '

sharks in captivity because they May, I also hank the people of Flagler County
. Fir The- OlfiftOl will not food readily. At
'. accept
. f I for their'cooperation during the past 14 years as
, Marine Studios, as well as atmost
' Clerk.
other aquariums 'there at- I' your .
: CiMmissimr District _; i ttempts have been made to ., /
Ciiity returned to the
maintain them, specimens .have If I. am .. ofce'I shall continue,
: to render to prompts courteous and efficient
everyone
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-S.- 'r l rarely lived more than three or
four months. "', ','service. '.ir

f" }. ':S 'II' f Democratic 'riMery Ot'M y 3. Eugene A couple Clark of, years director'.agp o;{ ,the Dr. L <' ,RALPH E. HARBERT,

" ; Cape Haze Marine Laboratory .
Pol.. Adv. F!. Dy Lyman L. Gage told us that a tiger shark ,she ,PoU.Adv';,... ,.Pd/bjr Y!":. :,.Ralph E. Harbert .

4 had kept for a short time in a --.-,- -- --

t .. large pen had shown an appetite ,.IIlIllI'llllIllH lIIIIII!!! iHIIIIHlIlllililIIIIIIIUIHillifiUHHIIIUIIIIUllllim'limmP'j!! !!! !! !! 'III! !H 1:111)1: )::1111 11111111:IIWI""Iii:!I:III IUflD"::
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for shark. This,sound -
young ..
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l Re-Elect. were able, to keep a large tigershark : ..:- *:Support and Vote

,,' going for a year in.?the "
! _.: e" ; .>s tc oceanarium, thus establishing \- ;- FbI. >

: a new longevity record J for this !

f: omer Brooks species behavior in captivity.The of. the tiger OMAR( (Sonny/ ERGLE ,

:; when food was offered may e '

rt' have given some indication as ,, .CandidateCounty "
t' r.iU'A Fllr CI..tYfJ- -. td-how,these sharks attack their '

'".:' : prey in the sea. When a dead Superintendent of Public Schools '
shark was dangled In the tank,

:. :a < .' For Continued Honest Fair and Impartial the tiger shark often seemed I believe that having a Masters Degree In Education, my
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not to notice it for as long as
'.. ... -. >- 'experience as a teacher and my record In Flagler County .
.-. :'j ''':(Law. Enforcement : :* TII -:". I t 20 circuits minutes.around Then the, on,oceanarium one of its, 'makes. me wholly qualified for -your Superintendent ofSchools.

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iI: :.<, Yew Exi.s'rit: awkward way bite -chunk off.: ,5. to. keep petty politics and cliques out of the schools '- !
Whether tiger'sfearks may also '' "This County needs a public relations man, an educator, ; i- !
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=<' ''to .. ;.. --, >L::; t :" :. +- ':'. ScJency tis not lieftnitely known, ., ::
* ,r [but the t fact tha 'porpoise8'and "' 5': '" J dlucator Jucalor'j i r.'
c Nj Yom'VDe and support'w1I;'_.( Ip, .- t'sea 'lions remain*, have "--beau : _: : ". .'.... for an /o/ ,. .
feujHi in therLtemachs JwHetes -. Pol.AdV Pd.by Omar (Bonny)Ergle'rT j' -
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.'' -" Industrial Management at I I scales daily at the same time:[in the recipe that assures the

Georgia Tech. of day. Wear the'same amount best results, and It needs to be
'The wedding date has been of clothes. Results discouraging -: I I used constantly. These resultsare

set for July 2 at 6 P.M., in the ? Check every two or three good health and resistanceto
First Methodist Church in Pen days rather than every day. Of, Infection, a satisfied appetiteand

jLOCAL S sacola. maybe you'd better check your a step toward your goaL
I calorie intake. This recipe has been tested

Judge and Mrs.'Duane Deen Keep a calorie chart at the .and approved by those .who

,attended a County Judge's Con- dining table. Use it after each II I have lost weight successfully
I Michael Parker I I Miss Ann Salyerds ference held in Mt. Dora last meal to figure your food intake.,' using methods recommended by
week. Then, know calorie's nutritionists and doctors.
Selected For ; Engagement Is ,you'll your II I
I allowance for the rest of the .
Talent Contest'Michael : i Announced Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hall and day. \\
I Mrs. J. C. Hall, Sr., were in Orlando You'll get discouraging results I I Instrument Measures
: Parker,' a senior at'; Mr.,and Mrs., Edward Cortland Thursday attending the if
I when you weigh yourself you
Bunnell High School, has been!I I Salyerds, 1812 E. Lloyd' Street I Washington Senators and :Milwaukee misjudged the amount of food Tree Height. WidthA i
selected by the Florida Pensacola, have announced the Braves baseball game.
tion for Future Founda-I: engagement and approaching I you ate. So, measure out food portable instrument for I Irapid'
I carefully until are are good
you of both the
I a contestant in The Florida Science -I marriage of their daughter, Ann Mr.: and Mrs. Walter Knightand measurement
judge. Know what one-half cup height and width of citrus trees
Talent Search to be held ?Martha to Edgar Wiggin Francisco Mrs. Jennie Black were I '
In Melbourne April 7, 8, and 9. III of Atlanta, Georgia. He business ,visitors in Jacksonville !of a vegetable or )'fruit looks(that's'an like,I I has been developed by, scient- .
serving
average itss at the Citrus Experiment
There are 22 boys and, threegirls' is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Thursday. I I i
o the size of three ounce serv
i a Station at Lake Alfred.
from over the state par. gar Wiggin Francisco II of Holly !
; ticipating in the Science Talent r Springs, Miss. \. Mrs. Louise Barrs has returned ing of cooked meat, how lull Dr. Harry W. Ford, associate-
the glass is when you have one I horticulturist: at, the, station,.
Search. to her home on E. Lambert
I I Miss ,Salyerds, a Pensacola cup of milk in it. When you says the instrument can be used"
the local
from
Avenue
hospital
i Michael attended Science : High School graduate, was I II where she has received medical count the caories right, your I!to measure tree canopy. width
Camp at Florida State University I graduated suma cum laude from treatment for a heart attack for bathroom scale will show the previously unsuccessful due to
two summers ago and last I Huntingdon College, Montgomery the. past two months. difference. II I inaccuracy of measuring de-
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summer he attended 'a, two' She completed her graduate It takes endless amounts of ,vices. <

;. .,months Science Program at the study at Emory University, Mr.. and Mrs. George Moody,I will power to say "no thanks" I Easily carried, the device en-
"' University of Florida ,on a fel Atlanta where she was presidentof Jr., were in Miami two to a tempting candy bar or pie ables measurements of tree
lowship from the National Sci the graduate student body.' last week attending a an dto.substitute a pear or i I height and width within ;15.18
c ence Foundation. He will be I A member, of Phi Sigma, bio ceutical Association Pharma.1 apple, carrots or celery sticks.I r seconds per tree, according to

I accompanied by his father, Marvin logical fraternity, Miss Salyerdshas But 'will power is the ingredient i i tests at Lake Alfred.
(i H. Parker. done research at Marine
Biological Laboratory Woods Recipe ForWeight

Hole. Mass. She is a member PERCE STRINGS I
F Visiting here with Mr. and! of the faculty at Agnes Scott WatchersBy
-A.A. Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy!I _
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College Decatur, Georgia. rro ; '
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j I, ,': Wadsworth, Mrs. Virginia Wynd- I ( Alice Cromartie) 6OM I HECK P40! Y u to-dodJZ.
t ham, and, Mr.. and Mrs. Genet The prospective bride is the STATIONS/HOTEL uEsAt DM PAYING FLAGLER.
I The Ingredients: There are 4
$I2'A
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Bowers during the past weekend I I neice of Mr. and Mrs. Henry PLEASE. HARDWARE
important "ingredients" for los
were Mr. and Mrs Bill Bowers Salyerds of Bunnell. I
'. I I ing weight: Take one bathroom
I arid Children, Bill, Jr., and'Elizabeth lsco'attended David.
:Mr. Fran scale, add one calorie chart
;r. of Baxley, Georgia. son College and ,received a BS use measuring cups, and above I
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I degree from Southwestern of all, season with will power and
::.:.-:. Howard Taylor was in Galnes'l I Memphis. A member of Sigma common sense in large amounts.

.1-:,;.... Ville two days last on If ,Nu Fraternity and Omicron Delta The Method: Use bathroom ,
business of the county agent's j I Kappa he is, listed in Who's I ,
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office. I Who in American,'Colleges and ; .
l.' I Universities. He holds graduate.
\ Mr. and Mrs. O.B, Green were degrees from Emory Universityand

called to Elwood, Indiana, last Georgia Institute of Tech-
t. week for the funeral of Mrs. I nology. Mr. Francisco is pres. "SS :
-; Green's brother, George Rees. I ently teaching in the School of
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-''PAGEJ3GHT ,(- THE :FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday, April 7, 196.0:

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=? i and C A. Randall A. Ran
Ii'_ ..ef jet Eel tier dall and L.A. McKeever. as direc-
: CLASSIFIED Authorized Evlnrude Dealer tor trustees of Daytona Beach

:'. : .,IrM AadersaI THOUGHTS BOATS ACCESSORIES. REPAIRS I Holding Corporation a dissolved
!I! : Florida corporation, and each and
.. Dockage Storage Free Ramp all of the unknown assigns successors -
WE FINANCE in interest trustees or oth-
ADS er parties claiming by. through
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f..{ You saouu Tiff GemtlQ f V 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona i iI under corporation or against none of said whom dissolved can be

''t.' AWAY BY Y V 5E F F2r I located and it Snot being known
LIaUUSS under thlm heading are 2 eent per word eaefc buertlon, IN TUB COURT OF THE COUNTY I whether there are any surviving
Au1F11 EFb M cents la minimum chare JUDGE FLAGLER COUNTY trustees;
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.IN Edward Grimes whose last known \
FOR SALE-Approximately 2% TERRIFIC BARGAIN-Spinet pi- RE: ESTATE OF address was Los Angeles. Callfor- \

acres with garden, citrus trees, ano really priced to sell.. Call and William the Joseph same person Rapp as who William Is one I nia. j

t- j I limIts 47.2tc % J The unknown heirs devisees '
and 5 room home'near city CL 28215. Rapp and also sometimes legatees
grantees creditors Ie In-
known as 'V. J. Rapp Deceased.
Anton Krakowski, owner, To All Creditor and Persona ors or other parties claiming by,
d
r: H.T. Cook attorn.ey"' FOR SALE OR RENT- Having Claim or Demand Against 1 through under or against Myrtle
Contact I Said Estates Grimes Bruner. John B. Bruner. "
r-J April2tp room house, Daytona and4th, You and each of you are hereby I William Henry Bruner. also knownas

: .1 Flagler Beach. Call after.4:00 o'. notified and required to presentany all Henry deceased.Bruner.. James C. Bruner.
claims and demands which i I
ir FLAGLER BEACH also rural clock. 4.7.3tp you or- either of you may have : Jessie Alice Bruner. if alive and
for AVON against the estate of William It dead her unknown
county Territory open spouse unknown ,.
,.., Representative with about20 NXSSX V'-V X 'S/' 1 Joseph Rapp. who Is one and the : heirs at law devisees legatees '
hours per week. Write. Mrs. Jean same person as William J. Rapp I grantees creditors, lienors. i
P.tr<' .' J TG T' AG 1t/ Milanich. box %(6. Lockhart, Fla. JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER and also sometimes known as W.J. or other parties claiming by ,
I Rapp deceased, late 'of said County through, under or against Jessie \
ii--" BEACH REALTY CO. to the County Judge of Flagler Alice Bruner. deceased; C. A. Ran ,

P'Ji' WANT TO RENT-3 bedroom County. Florida at his office in dall and Elma A. Randall his wife
ONLy rROUL3LE ISo LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, the court house of said County at It living and if dead, their unknown -

b At.avG unfurnished home in Bunnellor WATER FRONT, FARMS, : Bunnell. Florida within eight calendar heirs devisees legatees
i. Flagler Beach. Contact H. I months from the time of the grantees creditors lienors or other
: ACREAGESee first publication of this notice. parties claiming by through under -
Bentley, administrator, Flagler Each claim or demand shall be in or against C. A. Randall and
us for your real estate needs writing and shall Elma A. Randall his
0R state the place wife deceased -
Clinic ID
7.3373.
# and Hospital, of residence John Olson and
."; I and post- office address ; Elizabeth
.." 4-l-ltc Office Phone HE 9.2242 ot the claimant and shall be sworn Olson his wife if living, and if
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r to by the his dead their unknown
Residence Phones ID 7-3691 claimant agent or heirs devisees -
his attorney, and any such claim legatees grantees, credi
: JUST ABBIVEDIINew or ID 7.3517IN or demand not so filed shall be tors, lienora or other parties Claiming -

'Melodlgrand Spinet Pianos void. by. through, under 6f against
t MARY A. RAPP John Olson and Elizabeth Olson.
$445.00, Easy Terms. Thompson THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, As executor of the Laat Will his wife, deceased; Mary Bruner

Music Co. 135 Volusia Ave. Daytona FLAGLER COUNTY, STATE OF and Testament of William Jo- Graider, also sometimes known as I
( FLORIDA. seph Rapp. deceased. Mary Bruner Greider and Paul S.
Beach. CL .28215. ESTATE OF First publication April 7, 1960. Greider her husband if living
William Joseph Rapp who is one April 7-U.21-28--4tc and if dead their unknown heirs j
f' April 7-tf and the same person as WilliamJ. I at law devisees legatees grantees, ,
Rapp. and also sometimes IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I creditors honors or other parties
t,,. I LOST Friday night black bill. known as W. J. Rapp. Deceased. FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA. : claiming "by. through under or "
r The State of Florida, To All 1'er- IX CHANCERY NO. 3973 against Mary Bruner Oraider. also ,
fold with identification cards sons Interested In the Estate of EVELYN SOELTZ-SZOETS. sometimes known as Mary Bruner
> P aid Deeedentt Plaintiff. 3relder. and Paul S. Greider her
1 ..' : 'ELET and other papers valuable to You are hereby notified that a vs. husband deceased; John T. Bruner \
;" ; owner. Finder may keep money written istrument purporting to be WILLIAM SOELTZ-SZOETS. if living and If dead his unknown
11:' # the Last Will and Testament of Defendant. spouse heirs at law devisees
and return papers and billfold said decedent has been admitted NOTICE TO DEFEND legatees, grantees, creditors lIen-

R r<, W. R. (BUSTER) to P.O. Box 431, Bunnell. 4-7-ltp to You probate are hereby in said commanded Court. withIn THE William STATE Soeltz-Szoeta OF FLORIDA TO: ors through or other under parties or against claiming John by.T.Broner. \

six 'calendar months from the Vienna 9Tendlergasse deceased; and
NEW HOME FOR SALE or rent date of the tint publication of this 9. Austria
and
all
: HANCOCK 2 bedroom: 6 room' house with notice to appear in said Court and You are hereby notified that a except Any the plaintiff persons herein(save) hav-and
show cause, if any you can. why suit has been filed against you In ing
or claiming right title
air'con4 the action of said Court the above any or
in admit- entitled
central heating and cause; and you interest in and to the lands Involved -
ting said Will to probate should are hereby required to file your answer in this suit and hereinafter
:: ditioning. Complete kitchen. not stand unrevoked. with the Clerk of this Court described.The .

..' Motel Korona Fla. (Seal) and to serve a copy thereof upon
, Capitol DUANE A. DEEM, the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney respective post office addressand
ID 73649. April. -tf County.. ,Judge. Flagler County. whose name and address is: residence of each of the above
First publication on April 7. 19t. >0. W. Cecil Grant named parties Is unknown.You .

..'i. :: April -U-21-28--4t 407% Main Street and each of you are hereby
FOR SALE -Lots in Flagler Daytona Beach, Florida notified that a suit has been

: Beach ,Florida .$50.00 .down per IN THE 'CIRCUIT COURT OF not later than April 18th AD. 1960. brought against you to quiet title
'.' FLAGLER- COUNTY FLORIDA, If you fail to do so. decree pro to the following described lands
lot, $5.00 per lot per month, plus IN CHANCERY NO. 388 confesso will be entered against situate in Flagler County, Florida,

I 6% interest; B. A. Bolton., P.O. ALEXANDER. SZABO.Plaintiff.. bill you for of complaint.the relief demanded The nature in the of to-wit:

: Box 718 St. Augustine, Florida. vs. said suit being for divorce. Parcel 1. Lot 4 in Block 1 and
RACHEL SZABO. WITNESS my hand and seal of Lot 4 in Block 2 of the Kanaha
April 7.4tej ,A; Defendant. said Court this, ,14th day of March Subdivision of Section 22 and
k i NOTICE TO DEFEND A.D., ,- 23. Township 11 South Range
,* v THE STATE' OF FLORIDA. TO: ( 1960.1OtDclal / 31 East Also -tt strip -of land

_ _ Rachel SzaboRe81dence E. HARBERT immediately west and adjoining
MAN WANTEDu-Good: Rawleigh Unknown Clerk of said Circuit Court said Lot 4 in Block 2 of Kana

business now open in FlaglerCo.If : You are hereby notified that a March 17-24-31 & April 74tcIN ha Subdivision of Section 23.
suit has been filed against you in and described more fullyas fol
.. willing to conduct Home Service the above entitled cause; and you TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF lows: I

business with good'profits are hereby required to file your answer FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA., Beginning at the Northwest
with the Clerk of this Court IN CHANCERY NO. 3981 corner ot-said lot 4 in
Block
see SA. Smith Sr., Boxl011; De. and to serve a copy thereof upon. ARTHUR E. PAQUIN. and continuing the north line 2

The Only fully qualified Land or write immediately. Raw- whose the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney Plaintiff of said- Lot A irk the same we.*_
name and address is:
I vs. erly direction to a point on the
candidate for leigh's Dept, FAC-360.45, Mem- H. T. Cook ANNE SANDRA PAQUIN. Eastern right-of-way of the
,. Bunnell. Floridanot
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Defendant. Florida East Coast Canal
phis, Ten 1.. later than* April 25th A.D. 1960. NOTICE TO DEFEND thence in a Southerly directiona ;
COMMISSIONERAGRICULTURE Mar. 17-24 & April 7-3tp If you fail to do so. decree pro THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: distance of 60 feet to a point
R confesso will be'entered againstyou Anne Sandra Paquin in said right-of-way which is
.;. < for the relief demanded in the 1405 Farrell Avenue the same point as the South
OF.
bill of complaint. The nature of Merchantville, New Jeresy line would be of said lot 4,
FAR SALE-Fresh dressed Pork said suit being for divorce. You are hereby notified that a Block 2 if projected through to
WITNESS my hand and seal of suit has been filed against in the the right-of-way thence in
for your freezer or barbecue. All said Court this 18th day of MarchA. above entitled cause; and you are easterly direction to the South-a

sizes. See Hannah, Rodgers D. 1960.Official hereby required ta file -your an- west corner of said Lot 4, Block
Successful farmer ( Seal) swer with the Clerkot this Court 2; thence in a northerly direction
Business man Grocery. 3.31-2tc E.' HARBERT I and .to serve a copy thereof upon along the west end of Lot
.' RALPH& said Circuit Court- I the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, 4 of Block 2 to the place of
_" .Educated Florida SchoolsB. I. March April 7-lt-ttc whose name and address is: beginning. EXCEPT that part

S. .Degree in Agriculture YOUR BEST BUY IN THE- CIRCUIT COURT OF H. T. Cook of Lot 4 of Block 2 heretofore
'. Bunnell Florida taken
U. of Fla. or conveyed for road
New bedroom home on 80x115 FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA. not later than April 25th A. D. 1960. right-of-way for State Road
Marine Veteran. IN CHANCERY NO. -3988 If you fail to do so. decree pro AlA.
: ft. water front lot on Lantana IRENE SPICER HAMRICK. confesso will he entered againstyou
_< ,; Family Man Parcel 2: Lots 5, 6 and 7 in
.. Plaintiff
! for the relief demanded in the
< 'l- Ave. Venice Park Subdivision. Block 1 and Lots 5. 6 and..7 in
'( <:long record of selfless serviceto vs.HARTNES3 bill of complaint. The nature of

.' ;: to'Florida Agriculture Modern all electric kitchen, F, HAMRICK Defendant. said suit being for divorce. Block division 2 of of Sections the Kanaha 22 and Sub-23,
WITNESS hand and seal
of
,- Paid for by Florida room, 1% bath, utility NOTICE TO DEFEND'THE said Court this my 18th day of March Township 11 South Range 31
. W. O. Diley. STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: .&. D. 1960.Official East. Also a strip of land Immediately -
t.- Campaign Treasurer room, tarazza floor, central heat Hartness F. Hamrick ( Seal) west and adjoining
: said 6 and 7 In
UnknownYou Lot 5, Block 2
Residence
._....... 2-car RALPH E. HARBERT
of Subdivision
.r notified that Kanaha of Sec
; ., garage.AND are hereby a Clerk of said Circuit Court
: ,": suit has been filed against you in March %(-31 ft April 7-14-4tcr tions 22 and 23 and describedmore
( ; .' I the above entitled cause; and you fully as follows:
- home 1 old 2-
bedroom year ,
are hereby required to file your an- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Beginning at the Northwest
fif .a FOR bath, big all electric'kitchen, swer with the Clerk of this Court. FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA, corner of said Lot 5 In'Block
fl : 2 and continuing the north line
and to serve a copy thereof upon IN CHANCERY NO. 3084
i>J Y','" "- ,' Florida room, utility room and the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney. DOROTHY R. PARKS of said Lot in the same west-
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, ; '< SHELL. FILL & SAND For more information whose name and address is: I. Plaintiff erly direction to a point on the
garage. W. Cecil Grant vs. Eastern right-of-way of the
.' I see your local builder E. Huber, 407% Main Street .CLAUDE C PARKS Florida East Coast Canal;
:;:,:', DIRT CONTRACTS Daytona Beach. Floridanot Defendant.'" thence In a Southerly directiona
r -. >"'; '. Venice Park Flagler Beach, tel later than May 3rd A. D. 1960. NOTICE TO DEFEND distance of 150 feet to a point

'" CALL" HEmlock 9-2196 If you fall to do so. decree pro THE. .STATE OF FLORIDA TO: irt said right-of-way which is I
'f'; r ephone confesso will be entered againstyou .Claude C. Parks the same point aa the South line
f4 .' Feb -tfCOASTAL for the relief demanded in the Residence Unknown would be of said Lot 7, Block 2.
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bill of complaint. The nature of You are hereby notified that a if projected through to the

ti .', EMU. MISSINNE .said. suit being for divorce. suit has been filed against you In right-of-way thence in & east-
; BERMUDA Cecil Nettles WITNESS my hand and seal of the above entitled cause; and you erly direction to the Southwest
f : said Court this 28th day of MarchA. are hereby required to file your answer corner of said .Lot 7. Block 2;
;' ., 1 Phone. HE. 9.2094 will plant Coastal Bermuda, D. 1960. with the Clerk of this Court thence in a northerly direction
t, : (Official Seal) and to 'serve a copy thereof upon along the west end of Lots 7.
'-, FLAGLER BEACH furnish all 'seed grass, equipment RALPH E. HARBERT the'plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, 6 and. 5 of Block 2 to the place
. >, labor contact C. I l Clerk of said Circuit Court. whose name and address is: of beginning. EXCEPT that
j'- and H.1 ,
: :: ( : [March 31 & April 7-lt-1--4tc J. Robert Durden part of Lots 5. < and 7 of Block

,to., "-:. ..- Cowart for details!, 3.24.4tcj I I 323 Orange Avenue 2 heretofore taken or conveyedfor
:. .{ Daytona Beach. Floridanot road right-of-way for State

. :,,:,'c REQUEST FOR BIDS later than April 25th A.D. 1969.If Road AlA.

>t: a;.,; *.',". 'TNoMee ia hereby given that the FOR JEJIT-2.bedroom unfurmtehed I Irr $lgltrBUICOBLL.( rUnoti confesso. you fall will to be do entered so. decree against pro In the above styled court by the
f." But Ftqler Mosquito Control.DisV 1\\
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above named plaintiffs and you
the relief demanded in the
: with Call you for
Flagler nxHee garage.
tt-- -. rict '1)f County. Florida. FL llL4tBA bill of complaint. The nature of are hereby required to file person.ally .
:,. : will accoe sealed ,bid at 'the- of-
1 HE 9-3818,'or See E. J. Cfeaffee. said suit being for divorce. or by your attorney 5 with
f.. ; Ace "located1, seven miles north oft
! ;;- WITNESS my hand and seal of: the Clerk of said court your an-
:- :Flagler Beach on Highway. AlA 3-3-tf this 21st of swer or other defensive pleadingsto
day MarchA.
said Court
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t. until 1:10 o'clock P.M. iL
> up ; Friday MRS B. FULLER Ec toBeM.ted "..1960. the complaint In said suit and
,', '' .Ziffe. ,1960. ":
iApril or postmarked
. ,". ; ) to serve a copy thereof upon H. T.
. : .'. -. prior to its date for furnishing 'SEPTIC' 'TlUt8-c1'eaftrB' xtl1. (OfflClRALPH E. HARBERT Cook plaintiffs attorney whose
t Ten Tfe0: nd (10.000) gallons of eaelal PltWlea ales Clerk of said Circuit Court address ia Bunnell Florida on or
. ., .'. 7;o. 2Pa* OH. .ble'rely: Gege;: C,'Pie March 24-31 & April 7-14-4tcIJC before the 25 tb day of April A. D.
> Tuel..SR .to be delivered to the for: pie .eUee. of Yfaai.r 1960, and the Flagler Tribune-
, T>l triet8storage tank in. Flagler ID ?-.:341. .H-19-S-12-tc *dpalkiea theretod CIRCUIT COURT HC AND Tribune which is a newspaper
a .. o..t7, M THE
Bea_..FOTMa in quantities sutt- FfMfc FLAGLER. COUNTY FLORA meeting the requirements prescribed
ii 'able-.for. thee capacity of storage FOR SALE Three, ideal .lots on .. tie Mate of FlorM A IN CHANCERY NO. 9VT9 by law for auch purpose Is
t '. facilities, approximately 6500 gal W. M. :MILES and wife EDITH. P. hereby designated aa the news
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St. dose to school
Horth Moore.
JOM. MILES.. and RALPH A. MARSI- paper In which this notice shall
f" -. !1M.. will be__opened and read at aeesad disc tntle r B. MAR- be published once a week four
atMet' In taivar naifUr notling. limp sias > CANO and wifE ;MARIE for
,t "' paved ,
:
; ,.. 1:10 P.M. Wedflfrsday..:May 4thf ,' consecutive weeks. .
.." r". at, he, o COa Jo.: .. .... > .: ;Rw dy. to b.. on.. Csy : ...........' a1i I8.at ... paIsK 8ICANO.- r Plaintiff Herein fail not or Decree Pro
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bidder
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. : 1-21-tf at Bsasaelf. ........ aaAer fat ..4learelr -va- Confesso will be entered -against
! WMowing the Bani&
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District's G.
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:;;., ': ..te .my --n.nd all bids and tot Corporation. Defendant the seal of said .court. this 18th

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Burns. Swift Travel In I rin, Rousseau wrote, "I never I GERONIMO .WAS A !FIGHTER To become -"contented" you I

Mayor omitted visiting the court and need a poor memory and no im \
Geronimo born In Arizona
was I
Jet Ages Makes assisted' every morning regularly agination. ',.,
Speaks Here at the king's mass," ; raided and fought in Arizona ,

t Grand Tour Grander' Age of Tastemakers > New Mexico, and the Mexi ; .._.._ -- .- .. .....-...'""'_. r'
'. (Continued from page 1) 1 can States of Sonora and Chihu- S I
France and Italy were focal FRED A. FRUITSJEWELER
With the purr of jet fleets in !
aua was imprisoned Fort
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needed to solve Florida's' problems increasing over the Atlantic, the points of the Grand Tour. Travelers
the Pickens, near Pensacola, Mount t }
during the next four Grand Tour 'is becoming bigger marveled over antiqu- I
years." ,and grander. ities. They returned to the Vernon Barracks north of Mobile DIAMONDS.WATCHESREPAIRING',
recent I mansions of their forebears with and at Fort Sill, Okla. He =
Burns, during speeches,
has been quite outspoken about During the ,golden age ,of old masters, fine furnishings, died at Fort Sill in '1909. ,..... .... '". --.. ..--.. rvN 'I
in the 18th 19th
travel and
centuries
various store sitdowns, disagree only the rich could In- and objects of art that became .. . ....l'-- ......?.l'--J1CJ1'rI".WJ"rI'rl't! .4!I
ing with ,Governor: LeRoy Collins dulge in overseas holidays. A family heirlooms or found their'way FREE PAINTOne 0. F. ALFORD .':
stand. "I' am for separatebut into museums. extra gallon of your choice Registered '
decade less than 200,000
ago
facilities Burns The Grand Tour had with each Bailor you buy
en-
an
equal says, 1.--
Americans went to Europe each
'while contending that-racial: un- year, and relatively few chose during influence, for it not only Mary Carter Paint Store Real Estate Broke]1 I

rest is not just local, statewide other continents for their vaca- whetted the interest of the ru- Ormond Beach at Coquina Bare BunnelL Florida

or even contained in a national tions, the National Geographic ling classes, in art, it encouraged Also Westrate Shopping Outer ._ .__.._.....
problem. "Racial unrest is worldwide .people of moderate means to -- -- !
l' -and communistically inspired I Society says. : too."
Now, foreign travel is routine. go abroad I liS.I E-S Injured & Rest Assured
stated ,Burns, who has In 1960 at least 650,000 United i I In the mid 19th century,' the II' II ;
traveled internationally in .
re. of railways
widespread development
States citizens are expected to I t
cent representing the
'United years States 'as a director of board ships or jtfanes with pass- I and steam Excellent transport ho-accelerated GET THE BEST .PROTECTION FROM *
port and camera., Many will be t travel.
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the U.S. Conference of Mayors.
tels, boarding houses, maps, I
whisked to Paris aboard Boeing707's I
Burns has also come out very or the equally fast and guidebooks, restaurants, and H. T. COOK AGENCY

emphatically for State's Right luxurious Douglas DC-8's, in as travel agencies appeared, form
and Home Rule; a revamping of Citizens Bank Florida I II
the of
little as six and one-half hours. 'I ing basis today's great BIdg. Bunnell,
the Florida tax :structure; obtaining industry of tourism.
Paris Air France
reapportionment in an From may deliver I
atmosphere of understanding them aboard the elegant

and cooperation instead of with 1 new twin-jet Caravelle-soon to 11 See The Dinah Shore Chevy Show,Sundays,NBC-TV-the Pat Boone Chevy Showroom weekly,ABC-TV
be in the United Statesto
an iron fist; maintaining ,of flying -
schools I London in 40 minutes or to : S
segregated : a long-range J I
.; highway program with rights ,of: Nice and the Riviera. in 75. ,i S f

way considered a part of cost Patagonia to Petra I I
of construction; elimination of But that is, not all. Thanks to I I I

double taxation on pleasure the magic' carpets of the jet age 1 I. !

boats; accelerating the public and world girdling air lines the I I
school construction program to itchy footed, time pressed Yank II II
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.keep ahead of impact of growIng ..Is'apt to show up anywhere I Ii I I
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/ population and cooperationwith from Patagonia to Poninte-a
> cities In urban renewal by' Petra. N rr !

placing state improvements inappropriate The Grand Tour, of the past ,i

areas.Stephen was much more limited It I 1S j jI I

originated after 1763, when the II !
Treaty of Paris ended the Seven
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< Foster Years War that: had convlused' II I
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and reshuffled in iI i
power Europe.
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; Folk Festival Graicous living revived. Once g I!I

again the continent symbolized II
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Dates NamedThe society art.Wealthy, breeding, .intellect, and I II

eighth annual Florida Englishmen* and to

:Folk Festival, scheduled at the some extent the affluent colon.
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:Stephen Foster Memorial at ials of America, began sending:
r}::, White Springs May 6, 7 and 8, their sons abroad to acquire i
'will offer one of' the most diversified polish and taste. I

and colorful programs The voyagers also were expected 3. $ ;:N ;r,.: Hrr:: {:a.P...
in its history, Thelma A. Bol- to rid themselves of any I r+
oats felt y"iyA: :, jf.; :};{.{, r c a yM4
tin, festival director, said today. they compelled to sow. '

.! Folklore, crafts, music, dancing Samuel Johnson wrote "If a ;j3v h}
and traditions representing young man is wild, and must 4
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:Florida's history back to the run after women and bad company -

days of-the.,Creeks and the Sem- it is better this shouldbe
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, poles will be presented by individual done abroad, as, on his return } sW
r t performers from several he can break off such connections -

!- \ Georgia Communities. and begin ,at home a FI.

An outdoor stage shaded by new man."

r/ ., huge oaks and pines on the The Grand Tour's prescribed
t a bank of the Suwannee River is circuit of European capitals,
\ the site of the festival, with spas, classical monuments, and

r' ". seats available for thousands of picture towns lasted several

s spectators Morning, afternoon years and took huge amountsof

i:. and night programs will be presented cold cash. 'It was no small
J Friday and Saturday, matter to keep the young aristocrats

I< May 6-7, ,With a final program in tutors,: horses, carriages, :

Sunday afternoon, May 8. villas, exquisite apparel,. and 1
.
.. The festival is one of theE pocket money. $

major special events of the year Travel itself was backbreaking. -

"0 ; sponsored by the Stephen Foster When Boswell, Johnson's
'i Memorial Commission State I biographer, made his Grand
of Florida agency. Cooperating :Tour of Germany and Switzer
.,:. .: with the commission annually land in "1764, the principal modeof 'Tour-wheel independent suspension totally unlike any other U.S.-built .

'._ are the Florida, Folk Festival transportation was a spring- car"* .."alrcooled.aluminum.engine not dependent on the propertiesof '
Association and the Florida Federation Jess' open wagon with board
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liquid coolant" rear-mounted transaxle '
: of Music Clubs. seats. a a "allowing a flatter floor .

I' Miss Boltin estimated that Public, lodgings were on a and a lower roofline. ." These are some of the praises heaped upon ', ,

: There, Is such a wide variety similar' level-at best 'a bed of Corvair by the editors of Motor Trend-the world's largest general auto ,
material available that straw on the floor of a, common ; L
ttI; of folk
: motive magazine-in announcing their coveted Car-of-the-Year award. ,:
at worts the of l:
comer a
'- ", 1 none of the programs are alike, room, .
:Miss Boltin said. "Of course stable. Other cars didn't even come close.The Motor Trend experts,who evaluated J. I.:.,>'

I:': "' .' :some of'the more unusual num. But court life dazzled. Grand :;. every make in the country, were unanimous in their decision, published ; '; -'

. 'f:" Ibers or groups are presented were expected to mingle in high .,
in the issue. But unless have driven .
April
.. personally a Corvair i
you ,
,: : several ,times during the three society; at least to expose themselves you c

1> t' ys at''Ul.e show. to it Of his stay in Tu,r ,'' <. -'"f' can't appreciate what this engineering achievement really means in combining ,:; ,{,. '

' .':'" 'Mere and more 'people from :-t> .L: compact car economy and agility with big fort"... .ara.c trnepa ratan .i::t:.;, -..
[e.-> :: IFToTida :and South Georgia as ""
i'7 car ride, room and sure-footedness. Drop down to :,7
r'. :y .r well as tourists, attend and enJoy -, +
:. :; :i the festival, each year. We Community 'I your dealer's, take a trial drive and:, then judge the co..alr '

,- 'are trying, to keep alive the Memorial Church Car of the Year for yourself! BY CHEVROLET : ; '"" ..
'::.';' .' memories of pioneer Florida and ,4. F rct-.

"< the Old .."Sleuth with their entf&antiag .ta. Ot-iau- I. .

".' ,' f'J' :WUcways.' I :Darlo& Av... l V:. t See your local authorized. .Chevrolet dealer for fast delivery,favorable.deals!

:,. :, The :Ftef&a Folk, Festival Association 'FLAGUBE' BEACH I k ;, ; .. .
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