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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: April 21, 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: UF00079914:00174
 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. 15 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. APRIL 21, 1960 $2.50 A YEAR 'j''


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Group F. W. Sponsors County Wide I I American Legion: I Rotary ClubCharter V A


'Tour Races fAt Conference In j I
Political Rally I Night

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'This or Sunday St. Augustine, II Js This Friday '

races is something new I This i! The Constitutional Conferenceof
racing which.. being ,added !, SaturdayA "the Fifth District of'the j i I
A group ; Bunnell this ,Sunday at the 'I I American Legion and Legion Charter Night for the recently

" 'T 1. citizens will 1 I Commander Wilfred county wide political rally Auxiliary will be held in St. organized Bunnell Rotary Club

visit a num of the V.F.W.. says the sponsored by the Flagler Coun,I Augustine on Sunday at the will be this Friday evening at 4

I Ing places o ; will begin at 1 o'clock. ty Democratic Executive Committee Legion Home on the Bayfront.The 1 7:30 in the Bunnell School Cafeteria -
a will ,held I l members of the club said
said these are the first be( Saturday"I' business session will start I'
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,: today..' ,laces to be held at the air. After noon, April 23, at the!! at 9, o'clock in the morning anda I: today.
All persons. ; here but much; -interest has county stockade property across 1'i banquet will be served at 11 I; Rotary District: Governor E.
this exhibited the highway from the BunneU' in 'Robert I Langly of Jacksonville
,. been in the o'clock the armory. I I
; at the Several of the Karts are waterworks. The rally will get J'I The local American Legion will be guest speaker for the

building in of doing-60 miles an underway at o'clock: in the aft. Post voted at their meeting on I I i evening and present the charter
; o'clock .noon. : ernoon. ,I ;: to the local club. The Palatka
Entries from.Bunnell, Pa- <5 Monday night to send two boys
asked to br and Daytona.; Beach have The BunneU hool Band will to Boy's State in Tallahassee in J I I: Rotary Club sponsored the Bun-
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The first $' entered arid! it is present several selections ,priorto July.A I nell Club organization.It .

spection of that many more will ex-I the speaking nominating committee was I is anticipated that 120

school. They 1 I I by Sunday. All candidates; invited to I named at the meeting to bringin I I'I i| guests will attend the program
fire station !I at the and i in addition to members of the:local -
: local race fans are I speak rally they will a slate of officers to be voted J
quito Control .'" be allotted five minutes for 'I on at the next meetings" '. "I I club, their'Rotary Anns, and

., The next I their talk. Serving as master of t invited guests. '
:forestry 1 I I i ceremonies willbe! M.B. Fuller. :I Officers of the new club are _

: :iiorth of B Buses Roy Osteen has been engaged Blanton Visits i Carl Hornsby, president; Coy

One, where by the committee to prepare I : Harris, vice president \Howard

:: ," their ,lunch. I Perfect and serve ark old fashioned I Taylor, secretary; Charles ,Ton-

I. served free I i l Fish Fry dinner at 5:30 follow- Here Monday, .I kin, treasurer. Directors,; re 1).p. 'Ji

be available, (Ing the speaking.The V Moody, Hoke Cobb, and J. L.

: The '. : I, Inspection I.: public is invited to at Jim Blanton of St. Augustine, Crews. ;

a. movie : I I representative of, the State tend the rally|} ear the candidates -I candidate for Railroad and Public : Other members, include Edward

t.'. servation. Xh of Education makes and enjoy the fellowship Utilities Commission, spent Abraham Clare Biddle, '
",. continue the I the f Tony Kahlert, Homer Brooks, g
: inspection of, all school buses. following speaking. I a short time in Bunnell Monday
I county I visiting with friends and W." C. Sullivan Raphael Stur-
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here recently and
was
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points of I man; A. B., Johnston,, John Ca-

r":!, From the 1 1j 100 County's cent, Abuses Z.'D. a HOll,rating Softball;Roundup i supporters.:Mr.: Blanton is a resident of JI nakaris, A. M. :Mcpaniel, Clif .j.

?,,.: .shown, a, [ school per : said nd'l : St. Augustine where he has ford !McGriff Thomas ,Pinner

j: :0 t; :ed..to 'go on suet school PHILLIPS 66 OILERS I been engaged in the I'John A. Cannon_ Lewis Steflik,
.;.1<,'"' wishing to e state, .average' on tion and tourist transporta'I'I Gayle Mercer, John:Hardin, La- 1:
,. is 97.7.. There are READY TO REPEAT I
421
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? ai not able Harris, 'Faquin, andT. ':
mar Joseph
; 67 ness. for over 14 years. He has .i
out of that rank Last
tibe year's champion. Phillips .
aY cl '.the state average: .it was 66 team which are led by Manager I I been active in church, civic and E, Holden. ; .. .LV
t>'__ group: : at : ., : ., Harris : farternal affairs there and is
Lamar
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jnaind- Fof jjt&r r of I f ,all ,.T'jschool... buses in the start aYlngffand to win' the t:: married and, the".i father '_of two. F. w [ivites I .
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... inspectgdh.67.4 'were rated City C 9dshtp.two. yearsjna sons i :, .:
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.ard Lerc 'M Blantonis :: Attend '
e-..,.'j.. .. ... ,, .- ,' } good or better. lhan-the state t row. .-;: 1'. Mr,' Commission for the rPlio1i1'o AI
.while '90 rcent f. seat on the which .
Viper or Big Gayle Mercer who waS ; .
: firle Holland said.:" -- : formerly was held by Alan [Installation" '
; \ undefeated last year, is lookingto
: inspection here was made keep his win record going Boyd who resigned to accept 5..1

C. Fi.Morris, assist transpor more position in Washington. Veterans of Foreign Wars Post
and .still set records. Joe
R' Severly officer'in the State Kelly will be in reserve and also place is now held by Ed Mason I I 5213 is extending an invitationto

Education. In a letter Dept.1 will play outfield. who was appointed by. Governor i the public to attend the Installation
4f'Y. Collins to fill the unex- of officers ceremony'
LeRoy
Sunday he offered his
Duane Metts who led the
at the Bunnell
pfred term. Community
for having all buses
league in home runs last yearis
t.ct: Dr. Allen etlng the standard of 100 per ready. to go and will give the l The 'St. Augustine Record recently .: ter on Tuesday evening, April

"< ist, was perfect condition. Phillips boys plenty of power.C. I endorsed Mr. Blanton'scandidacy .1 26, at 8 o'clock.Commander V
accident at i! in an editorial sayIng Wilfred Hunter
." Cowart, Tom Durrande; Lamar t .
Beach The voters of Florida will said they are hoping the public
STER Harris will be back to give!I
,.'; starting: his ', not make a mistake in electing will attend the meeting and acquaint
t' WINNERS the Phillips team a well rounded -'
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y .. Mrs. Frank, I Blanton. to.the Florida Railroad themselves with the pro.
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infield. '
of '
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and East
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ceived t and Public Utilities Commission gram of the:V.F. w.
I 1-:", burns, in .the parade, which was Friday Fans who have seen Tommyare i i and the Recordendorses him for
at the' Bunnell sure to see hfm come I
gymnasi '
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,Dr. this state office
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Important
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the Tlagler sponsored by the Future through with some nice plays I II KindergartenRegistration
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t. Association, include and good hitting. James Har- j
K' : '
t. : here where
I Fisher
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i ,: 'treatment year old queen Daphna gett Tom Haynes a newcomer I Airman. j
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: daughter of Mr. and: who shows a lot of promise, and 1 I > .. .

'..r::.:. face third;.'afI18'n degree ,.. John Rodgers and king, John Rodgers will patrol. the Killed iu Crash ; .,
Wilson, of Daytona I outfield. If the Oilers can pick Monday AprilSTo
'oldfivvvas.
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::ir ., I up some bench strength they Capt. Phillip TL Fisher of MI* ,
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.hospital year old queen Elisa will be hard to beat. ami was killed In the crash" of get the five-year-olds:
4s ':recovering I bomber Tues
a B4t Air Force; squared away for entering kin
of
daughter Mr. and
home In,.f I FLAGLER BEACH FIREMEN day of last week" He Is. the dergarten this fall Carl Hornsby,
.
Walton Kinney and king I
I Tie son of Mrs. :I SHOW BIG IMPROVEMENT nephew of Mrs. Maude Holland Bunnell school principal, announced
Knight, Vonnie
', ( I morning! ?l\'-" ; -. I The Flagler Beach. Firemen of Bunnell. *- r today that parents of
j, pouring : I who are entered In the Bunnell Capt. Fisher was stationed at children who will be five years

tor-"&' Ihe : year old. queen' of Masie summer softball league, have Forbes AW Torce Base, Topeka, old before December 31, 1960,
daughter :Mr. and
start. it. been practicing three times a Kansas, and waskilled In a are 'urged to bring them' to the
M.C. 'Striclt1
nd
Jr., and
,"; nltd and rb week under Manager Ray Lehr routine training .flight He was kindergarten building, Monday,
'Jee Rodgers, son of Mr. and
ting thin :cl 'curtiS', and. Coach Ray Owens. Lehr 'an instructor there. April 25, from 1:30 to'3-,P.M. .
: EodgersFour
mother- '%vas: II has signed up Aubrey Spivey, *' '''Funeral services. will be held A teacher and the 7 public

to,;extinguish ,. year' old queen Pam- one of the best outfielders in the in 'Miami thiS morning at 10 health nurse will bean handto
and 'klng-.Zan' Kelly son league. Dick Littlefleld, classy o'clock with interment follow: help anMoanswerparent's .
register
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[ Mr,,,and ,Mrs. Jimmy Kelly. '
third
Martel, star
: kV: ,rle bf : ,old queen Lee Ann shortstop Ray ,ing. questions, ";'any.MA .
Jr"'A year baseman, 'George" Bobble, sec These from Bunnell going to -
iier.' lighter'j of Mr. and Mrs. -"
and baseman, and Pete Peterson Mimi for the'tuneral are Hoke
PIAhs : A. ,Deafer_, fans, l king Kenny ,> Restaurant n_ ,
first :baseman make Up a classy Cobb, KM., Maude Holland, and <_:':
C1i r'SOft: ;ot; Mr. and Mrs.. and Closed Monday : ,
Robertson
pr* infield. i Mrs. Cordell .
: 1.A n ; cer. The Firemen has -signed up :Mrs: 2, G, Holland, 'Jr., of Hast I For VacationsMr. \) >::
:!Ir'
-: 'A tgt Don Crews to work behind the I ings. and Mrs. Glenn Miller,
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'mn Hy' :t *.. Session Today of plate lot them. Howard Lerch i owners and operators of :the
'
eo ..: an, ip'GourseTonight ; ,and BernIe-Wilson will handle. i Relative of Mrs.Schwenk .. AlA Restaurant at .* Flagler
't-eda ;', is the,.last. session of the pitching chores and have r3 Beach, have closed the restaurant -
i ,Dks f,1
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:i.1. 'salesmanship,:course' direct' afeewn a lot ot& mprove>nent. for their regular; May'va-'
'b, bY' Mn.,'.Ddry,.Kistler of the They -have' Chuck Cummings' St. Louis '. ," cation. 7' '

k!; '' r. : .'College of DmyUma,Reach. and. Ed ,Gomes,in the outfie4 .hank Schwenk of Day-. Mrs. Miller said they :had

N r ,course' was.......ed by I and. some good prospects In tIn Ave.., Flagler Beach, has closed two 'weeks earlier than
BunneU BustatMnita's As- Left Johnson,- Tom: ,Bertha, Genefey eived .word of the death of usual due-ta illness:of'the family .
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1 : a..... '; c. =] I Jimmy Y.MeGrand. ,, and. brother In law, Dr. Louis; and employees- -:.f".; .
TI .... t. '''j jf; .. lefty Davis. ,Sturmr, .o*, .St Louist Mq ', >
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-.st.u' .elgft::scfl.le ptidpat. 'viil Tfce b *ch team i:finished .ku* 'Dr. vt"a!Sturmer, wife 'of'Dr. Laiges.fJl'. acreage T. for!"a stogie 4

Seh1 ." ..>. Tee I."k. 1JI ;, but &fV Wktog to hit.:I SIs ,9 truck'rop *: In Floridaduring.- -

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AGETWO :c 5. j.; r\ '.>. ;-, ." ;-' .J,THE'ELAGLER TRIBUNE,. BUNNELL, ;FLORiD ,':::ii: Thursday, April. 21ffl9jSO i

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Trenilitfor' sized. s jackets: end a\ the hipline .or I looking cottons and fabric the spring fashion:''', scheme.
Style The big change Is big sleeves. above. A few longer jackets 'are blends.. Synthetics blended with! vogue, and leather belts'.in all

Some are wide at the shoulderand on, the market, too. Cardigan- silk wool and cotton create new Leather gloves are back In
Spring And Summer taper down. Others are fit.. style jackets are good in all fabrics different In appearance!I colors retain their popularity.Florida's .

ted at the armhole and flare out lengths. and :care.
Fashions In 1960 into funnel shapes.. :Many have The trend toward femininityis I Artificial flowers, especiallybig I I '

(By Nettie Ruth Brown) deeper armholes like the kImono ; carried through in soft fruit flowers and clusters, have I I totaled $14,600,000 sugar in canharvest Value durIng
I .
This time of year women are style. Some are draped. colors, such as mint, raspberryand I top priority In the accessory 1959. s
most interested in clothes. What Capelet sleeves are also used to lemon. Black is the, .top i field. Jewelery repeats the trendto .

style and color will be best for create the wider, more open basic color this season. Spring bigness. Chokers and bibs of ----- \I

your new spring outfit is an im look. 1 prints range from giant florals beads are good.
portant question. The neckline styles used most J to colorful abstracts. Checks of Leather also has a place in ;f

First, you need to- know the often with the big':sleeve look i every kind are everywhere. TV Bob

general style trend, the colors are the .familiar jewel and boat: Featherweight fabrics .have REFINANCE YOUR DEBTS

and your figure type. styles. strong competition for top position With a Long Term I SERVICE i
Which of these fashions will Waistlines are at the natural i from the textured fabrics.

best suit your personality, your curve or slightly lower. The Dobby weaves, eyelashfringedfabrics FEDERAL LAND BANK all makes '1

figure and your personal needs,? lower line is achieved by using and prints giving the FARM LOAN i iI

It's what you do with fashions the fitted, long-torso and shal- impression of texture are plentiful. Sales, Tubes and
that counts, and your style low hip yoke with full skirts R. W. BRYAN
below the '! Production Credit Assn.Wednesday.lO:00 Antenna Installation
should be taken from fashions. flaring or pleated Silk fabrics in both novelty

What is best for you? yoke. The ,feminine, rounded textures and smooth-surfaced I PHONE HE 9-2204
The style trend for this yearis hipline effect is also attained fabrics are in favor. So are rich 1 I PALATKA FLORIDA .
natural curves, soft lines and by using soft pleats and shirring r (
featherweight fabrics emphasizing I at'the waistline.

femininity. Slim' skirts, often tapering to

The silhoulette may be full the hemline to form a cone II AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO I

skirted or slim skirted, but in shape, vie with the full skirts

either case the i sleeve and for top styling. Circular skirts .
shoulder ,area will be empha- (r are reappearing and add varietyto I I I
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the full-skirted styles. Pleat BODY BAMBOOBAR FUEL OILKING'S

THE,OUlBOARDElT ,!I I I ed skirts are popular particularly ODELL HERSEY'S & COCKTAIL. TRUCK, STOP

Authorized. Evlnrude Dealer in the newer synthetic fab PAINT & BODY SHOP LOUNGE PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS

BOATS -ACCESIORIES.REPAIRS! I"rics that can be permanently Complete Collision Service Open Under New ManagementCome Delivery In the County on

Dockage Storage Free Ramp pleated. 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE In and Get Acquainted
Fuel 011, Kerosene, Tractor Fuel
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& Fender Work
WE FINANCE Short jacket ,costumes domi Body
I Painting. Matching; Free Estimates'u. Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach Gasolineu.
825 Ballough Rd:--Daytonn I nate suit styles.. These shorter 1 So. OF BUNNELL -
-. .-. Days ID 7.3372-Nlta ID 7-3267 1 N. Bunnell ID 7.3676
The Coolest Spot for the Coolest
Draft BeerSANDPIPER
AUTO SERVICE FURNITURE.
BAR

... McDANIEL'S GIFTS-LUNCHES REED'S
On the Ocean Side of AlA 3 Miles
.-, ., r Service Station North of Flagler Pier Discount FurnitureUP

",... I V T STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS "Keep Cool:at George & Millie's"I TO 507. DISCOUNT

PHONE HE 9.2156 On Furniture and AppliancesNew
:
Tires-Batteries-Minor I
Repairs
:, and Used '

..;:. rF ...- Bunnell ID 7.7119 BUILDING SUPPLIES 1100 Flomich Ave.-Holly_ Hill
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.'- Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOIILUBRlCATION WICKLINE FLOOR COVERING .
\t' .
f ';, <- '
(, ,. .+ Building','Supplies Tilecraft Company"LET
GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS
L ,_ US FLOOR YOU"ArmstrQng
J ; 7 :A.XL-10 P.M.-7 Days STEEL & ::Kentile
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: 'to State, &Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Flagler Beach. HE 9.2254 Sold and Installed
All: Work Guaranteed -

Colonial Service StationEARL Ormond Beach, OR 7.3181
CLEANERS c
: E. RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION
1'1 ( *
GARDEN SHOP
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.- "."f."ii' ;,; MOTOR TUNE-UP' BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY Gray's' Garden Center '

'' ::: GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES CLEANING Ileadanarters for Gardenias Needs '
: u:S. HI WAT 1 BUNNELL, SERVICE Ceramics, Gifts, Dry Arrangement '
Materials
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Hall's Atlantic StationJack ,Open Daily 8 to 6 Annuals ,. Shrubbery Fertilizers I
< Phone ID 7-3188 TORO LAWN MOWERS
t -Hall, Proprietor 147, Tomoka. Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051
Bunnell
115 N. St.
Bay ORMOND
GAOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccessories

;ft .; ROAD SERVICE CONCRETE 'PRODUCTS HARDWARE

Bunnell Farmers Co.
r BUNNELL Tel. ID 7-3 652 Supply
'- Your "Q" For ConcreteDial JOHN DEERE
J. L. Presswood Garage Agricultural&Industrial Equipment
:f CL 3-8113,. STEEL
:, .
STANDARD PRODUCTS Bars & Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled
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General Repairing-Road Service DAYTONA BEACH. Black&dalvanized Pipe & Fittings I
Tires, Tube .A: Accessories LAWN MOWER REPAIRS
; ; Visit Our Grocery ;Department Inc.
/ For Frozen Foods and Staples Quillian's Concrete, BEEN RD. Phone Ir' 73143
Cubed Ice I
HE 9-2139 FLAGLER BEACH Village Hardware Center :
'. :t !
DRUG STORES
,;:' ....." Florida's, Cabinet System provides a:continuity Sullivan's Gulf Service HOUSE PAINTS I
Match color
: and, mix any
'., our,State GULF. Anderson Drug Store
r.-- '_> )F' of'expirienced'leaderShip which:keeps' I Builder's Supplies Eitchenworo
;P -- keeL Experience is ,the GAS-OILS=LUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSORIES -- Prescriptions
on
i ,s ; government an even GIFTS GREETING CARDS ;
,<.-: most important 'which we must demand I Beach Information Sick Room Supplies. .
quality
..7 K: }#:t h.: "Specializing. In Service and y- Sundries AlA Ormond, Beach CL 20420 I
. ;i in the! man wg elect as,.our .State Treasurer.-. Clean Rest Rooms"In
Beach
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Flagler
} : .f The Heart'of BUNNELL BOTTLE GASHARRIS I
> ,:'r: J. ,Edwin Larson,, for 19 years your: State 'Treasurer I GASBOTTLE I

: k:;:cs;;: ,-,has that experience? .. AUTO REPAIRS Moody's PharmacyFlagler BOTTLE I
) BULK
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;',,i': ; : Y.. ", foM$ PolHfaol Adfrtli nn % !
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; ,- Arcadius HabeU Mechanic PRESCRIPTIONS HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY
Re-Elect J iDWW
COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS DRUGS-SUNDRIES HONE ID 73551Help ,

t. Right Now We'll Overhaul and I I FOUNTAIN'SERVICE Flagler, County Grow
\ Repair Your Power :MowerNo Bunn.IL Flo. Phase ID 7-3661 By, Shopping at Home I
.i Job Too "Big Or Too'Small' I 1
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". I 111 No. Bay St.. BunnellEDGAR'S ORMOND PRESCRIPTION RADIO-TELEVISION

.' I II GARAGE PHARMACY j

:> STATE TREASURER 24Tow, Re Service Sick Room Supplies Sundries DON'S RADIO &TV

se-... PreftcripHos'>> Service Zenith,,Sales and Service
REPAIRS
COMPLETE AUTO
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'\ Automatic Transmission Service Free BeHvexy in Flagler Beach "We Sell the Best 1
I Wheel .B .lanclng-Front End. Rt. AlA 1 mL North of and Service the Rest" i

',./-, 4 FOR ALL HOURS' =DAY OR NIGHTS I: 20M_ ',Granada Alignment Orm .*-OR ,--.... ORMOND BEACH-TeL OR 7-181 AUTO RADIOS A SPECIALTY f
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',: /, :' AMBULANCE : ABTOMATIC. TRANSMISSION Your, Health Is Wealth I

: ;'!.' MPHONE Vi yr4-1625- : HOLLY 'HILL : Put YourPBCSCBIPTXOXS. GIFT SHOP It t I

i ,,' ; 4 SERVICE. ST. AFLa > ::1 HYDROMATIC SERVICE In Our Hands Fresh Orange Juice
Rebuilding
(a(. .xetir hr.lN: .it6act' c'lJ .8t s ft. ,.- ,..., A L.1II ..- -We I I I Repairing OJC ALL-MAKBS Of 141 W..Granada-Ormond 71421FLO THE AUTRYS

fJ.'.'. ; ;:Auu.at yew'seniee... pI ] .... .. AUTOMATIC.U33' Ridgeo7od18oUy TILUI..IOlIf.Hill _.. SOUVENffiS & GUTS_

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: !'< !'. ; ...Garcia: Funeral : :. .BAR : ; ,: p The Flagler Tri me
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'II ; : .- .. ,P. E. GARCIA, Lamed. ,: r' ; Meeting' nave .rir Flowst.ep Phone ID 7-3362: I

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noon on a trip to Birmingham; old Hoover were. among those president; Mrs. Jeanette Owens
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;4; : slate of officers presented treasurer. They were elected;
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: Nettie Brusicrt spent the I
'f. a by the nominating committee and will be Installed at the May]
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.pICKINSONS HAVE .; ., dent; now living In Seabreeze, led by Mrs.. Nettie Brusich, drove -.eo aTGRAI10PENONG .

VISITORS BEFORE,LEAVING It .was the weekend guest' of. '} to.'New Smyrna Beach Monday ,

r \ Mr. and Airs. Harry/; Dickinson_ ,i i1 W. Presswood. '.H'.....'r".'._.,_, Minton morning funeral to attend there.She'the "Walter met : -
Sr., are leaving Thursday for
heir A.N. Bloom left lastTuesday her brother in law and sister, T
summer home Jn. '
.n8ham.1 forhis home in AVilliamsport, Mr. and Mrs. Omega Minton.of
tont NY. '
after spending several months Fort Pierce there.
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Last here with his son in law and SATURDAY MIGHT ti
"Mr, and Mrs, Harry .Dickinson, daughter, Mr. and Mrs Harmon Friends 'of George,Carter will
# N.Y, I PRESENTS FOR YOUR LISTENING PLEASURE 0
Jr. of Winsdor who have Wingrove. .$, be interested to know that he ;
.returned their ,home. ? 1 i E
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has to return to his home here '
son in, jaw, and:' daughter, Mr. Elmer Slaugh > 'dame from this. week to convalesce. Mr. Olean Casey ; Harold"Ed-son, :
{and of Eau Gainesville to spend:the week. and Mrs. Carter left about three
';Gallic, Fla.,, were here to visit end. with -hisparents, Mr. and weeks ago to make a trip to And His Country Rocks ,- :
with them on Saturday. Also Mrs. Lewis Slaugh. their former home and he was '
., [their son in law and daughter, involved in an accident in St. Under New Management '= I i ;
and Mrs. 'James Russell of .
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'CHURCH CONFERENCE Augustine. He has been in a
\Binghamton, N..Y., have, been( Flagler Beach On Ocean Shore Blvd.: AlA I
I TO BE HELD TONIGHT I hospital there since that time. .
here for an extended visit but r -*** r H- ir 3
their The Fourth Quarterly Conference J'J'i
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.. trip north this weeK.. of the Flagler Beach Meth*. I
j I I| odist Church will be "held tonight The Flagler Beach Parent .
= Teacher Association met Tues CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. -
1 (Thursday) at the Woman's
:t Douglas Schatz, U.S. Navy,I I Club building with Dr. J.. day at the school with an-unusually .: _......;!-1-
had a short leave Friday from Ed McKinley, district superintendent I large attendance. Mrs. H. CRAIG, Funeral Director ;:1t "
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his home ship came to the <
.home of Ibis parents, 'Mr. and]I and Rev, Reynold. Hoover -I Rosemary Brown's first grade JOHN HARDIN, Associate .Ec ,,
pastor. '' won the room count. Mrs. Catherine If J 1>';'
't iMrs. Robert Schatz. A fellowship supper' 'will be I Wilson presided and Mrs. '" AIR LADY OXYGEN f:

I at 6 P.M. All. members and(May Shill led the devotional. I CONDITIONED 'j I QUtPPEPI
] Visiting with his parents, Mr, '
.' friends,of the church are Invited, t The minutes were read by CHAPEL ATTENDANT AMBULANCES !'
and Mrs. Pal .
; Parker was Bobby ', 1
J 'to attend. .> Betty Johnson, and financial reportwas ,
Parker from the University of,. 11 1
{ given by Treasurer Sa- Phone ID 7-3532
Miami for the Easter weekend. ; fa j
j I Mrs. Robert SchatZ:;and''daughter ;raMartel.. Dean:Holland, school I 1':1:
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Margie, I' and BLVD. BTJNNELL. FLORIDA .
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I Phillips left Friday superintendent Rev. Reyn
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Penna., returned here] -
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\trip to Petersburg for several i{ MoneySaving Values |r
days last.week. She has been ( .

I' spending the winter here with ',' ; :. ':. -, .
? her cousin :Mrs. Harmon Win- FIRST CUT WESTERN MARIGOLD

$ -' grove., accompanied Mrs. Phillips by left Mrs.Monday Jean. Pork Chops 3 '$1 i : "" ; I

j i Willis and Miss Marion Myers .ibs. OLEO' 1trs.lb.; 2'. tqr2:
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f of Norbeth, Penna., to go JSIght 1 ... ; .
seein to Miami,and "
} j returning by! SMOKED :.
the west coast latter ibis.. week.. I' :
k t|>j> They' plan to see Cypress' CarJ .HOC SWIFTS OZ 11 OZ. JAR I II
JOWLS 10 \
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J dens and.,other places of .interj H -
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s' t_ .. !' -, ;< FINE FOR BOILING I Peanut Butter 29
7 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Strom" ac
'companied Mrs. Gladine Chal- WILSON'S 5 LB. BUCKETChitterlings 7
finch to'Jacksonville Beach Sun'
a RED & WHITE 21/2 CAN SLICED HALVES
visited or
day where she In the $129HEAVY
home of her niece, Mrs. Robert, ; ; {
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McClure. '_. Peaches 3 for $1 00SWIFrS
On vacation and spending I WESTERN : -

three weeks here with Mr. and I
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Mrs. Fred Fruits are Mr. .and I Brisket. Stew : ib. : : 24 OZ. CAN .
:Mrs. V.D. ,Augspurger: and her j
I mother Mrs.}'Edith Griffin all -
.. from Plymouth,. Iridina. SHOULDER SPAGHETTI. & MEAT BALLS. I.
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Red Bank, N. J.,"after spendingfive OUR VALUE 303 SIZE CAN.>.i ,

.; weeks here. Look. Whqt00 'Will'Buy; :: ..T ;i- : i,

Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Miller and Tomatoes 1 iOWITH I
\ family motored to Alachua Sun FRESH'' GROUND' -, ;
day and visited,
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--Mr.-..--and--._Mrs._, .Joel Smith, of :I I .! .. r ":
Palatka spent Monday in their '"-- .
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beach home here.

\J Mi,}:. aria.'Mrs' ,: Ernest Brown oft WIENERS PURE PORK(Cello) :;:au; ."' 00 = '

Pierson"were>> over: one day last SAG 'SAUSAGEtt \ : t t1 i iFRESH da Zg

week. 1 on business.'.' BOLOGNA (la The Piece' ) ,. .- .- <'t. ;,
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,, '. Thursday, April 21, 1960 .., '._ ._ THE FL1\.GLER::STRIBUNE,=BUNNELL, jDAIT \tJ t l\i"B
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i :Mr. and Mrs.' Sammy May I

and children, Jeff and Sheryl,
fI: LOCALS and 'Mr. and Mrs. F.J. Staub of

f' Rochester, N,. Y. are spendingtwo I ,
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weeks here at the Butler

< I II' home on. Main St. They were
3 CORLEYS HONORED, 'I' with a Coffee at 10 o'clock 'WedI accompanied here by Mrs. M.B.
WITH A DINNER 1 I. nesday morning at the Wads. Butler who had spent the winter V ;

'. PARTY WEDNESDAY I,worth home, honoring Mrs. Ella ,in Rochester with the Mays.

I" Mr. and Mrs. H.H, Corley,I C'Garrett, Diamond
were honored at a 'dinner Wednesday j The stork motif 'was carried 1 I Thomas Michael '
evening ,at the.Dixiana qut }In the decorations. :Coffee 1 Canakaris are spending a few
Restaurant.'The party was given I r and cake was served to :six in.. I I days in Detroit visiting with
-i-. : vited their daughters and other rela ,.

% J by members of the Bunnell Fire I guests. 'I I St'

Y Department and their wives: SOLOMON' i I tives.H.
I' Mr. Corley has served as fire. j I DAVY I
\.;.. chief of the Bunnell Volunteer i iI' I HONORED WITH A .1 .B. Steen of Glasgow, Ky., s t
visited here during the Easter
-' Tire Department for; a number BIRTHDAY PARTY I
with his uncle and
of years and recently resigned.The Davy Solomon, son of :Mr. and :. holidays
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mor
Corleys. are going, to Greenville Mrs. Ferris Solomon, celebratedhis I
S., C., where: they will re- fifth birthday anniversaryon I ris and family

side. Saturday afternoon at .the ,
i I II After you hit the hospital bed

Guests of Mr. and Mrs 1 I home and Fig of Streets.his parents on' Howe, !I'' is a pretty poor time to, think Sutler's Fort and Indian Museum shown above, Is a landmark of

( ... 'Raphael Sturman for a short I, Lawn games and Easter Egg about the good points. of high. Sacramento, CalUo"'J1la. The Fort was the birthplace of Sacramento,.
Easter holiday are Dr. and 'Mrs. I Hunt was enjoyed by the young way safety! In 1839. From this spot. word of-the first gold discovery In California.
William Sturman and son. .Bill i I ----- was sent out to the world, touching off a "gold rush" that Is legendaryIn
guests prsent. > .
I .. the of American history. Now operated as a state park.
; of. East Orange, .N.'.J. I I I, 6 Q AIRSSt1RS. pages .
I. SuU r's Fort and Indian Museum contains excellent collections o!
To Nwte You, ,
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Guests of Mrs. Neva E1s n-j Indian and pioneer artifacts: ,
;- Mr. and Mrs. Don Kane of:i bach and Mr. and Mrs. C B. tf .. .._. .. .-- -- --
Jacksonville visited here Sunday Eisenbach during the past weekend -: t.
:\ with Mr.. and Mrs. D.D. Moody,: were Mr. and Mrs. John" .
I I II I/ CHECK THE JOB. V CHECK THE MAN .
.: Mr., and Mrs. Robert Moody and Sutherland and children, Neva ,I

1.: Mrs. Jennie Black. I Sue, Debbie, and. Holt, of Vero j THEY GO TOGETHER -
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4ff..n- Mrs. W. W. Deen I. I, ELECT
if Billy i> en' motored to Belvedere, Mr. and :Mrs. June Deen of J
: S. C., to spent the.: Easter holiday I Miami visited here' during v the: At Z AND -' Nonce J t tJ DOYLE t

ifi" with. Mr. :and Mrs. S. H.I weekend with Mr. De n's grandmother -_
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;: .MRS. GARRETT HONORED CONNER I

a., AT A COFFEE PARTY I Guests of Mr. and Mrs, Lewis,
: '.. Mrs.. C. H. Gordon and Mrs. Woods during the Easier weekend -
Buddy Wadsworth entertained.I j :were their son in law .and J V H

'i-... Ir Irtiww.wwrYwwwwFRED ,S daughter, Mr. and :Mrs. R. F. / ". commissioner of AGRICULTURE ;
I Hudson and their two children o Tl+svl e

j'," A.. FRUITS :i Iof I O'Brien. C"Mr. ':'It} soi TO uSE FARMER, BUSINESSMAN LEGISLATOR .

JEWELERDIAMONDS.IWATCHES' ',i ., Y
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and MrSfsriefton Brooks I :
!, -. Paid for by John A. Clegs, Deputy Treasurer ;
\. I I had as theirguests over- the, I I ,
REPAIRING weekend their In law _and -
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J r' ;'fer49Sanborn .accepted educational standards. ,
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PAGE SIX "- ., THE FLAGLER, TRIBUNE BUNNELL f
FLORIDA ,
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:Florida leads the nation in the I i NOTICE OF UNPAID DELINQUENT; -- ----
Retail Business i I REQUEST FOR BIDS i
: CLASSIFIED! % production. of cabbage with more TANGIBLE PERSONAL TAXES PROPERTY East Notice is hereby given that the
Flagler Control Dis-
than one-quarter billion pounds As provided in Chapter- 20723. trict of Mosquito
Florida
Flagler
County
Acts of 1941. notice Is hereby given

In Florida,,Still I I ADS produced annually. that taxes tangible assessed for personal 1959 are property now fice will Flagler located accept sealed seven bids miles at north the of-of i

delinquent and beginning with Aprl Beach on Highway AlA
j 1st UP until 7:00 o'clock. P. M. Friday.
such interest
taxes are drawing
Shows Growth NOTICE April 29th. i960 or postmarked /
of 1% month "plus the
Ustlasv vnde tkla heatftec aN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN II portionate per pro prior to this date for furnishing '
of this
cost publishing
3 eeata word eaefe iasertioB, Ten
per that the Board of County Commissioners notice. Thousand 0.000) gallons of
SO cents la minimum eharxe sealed bids Unless the amounts set No. 2
Fuel
will receive on Oil
,. opposite below
Retail establishments in FlorIda the 2nd day of May. A. D, 1960 at before! the each name of are paid Fuel Oil to be delivered to the
first day May.
FOB RENT -Furnished the hour of 9:00 o'clock A.M. In war- District's tank In
apartments rants storage Flagler
sales will thereon directing
boosted 41 be- issue
percent the office of'the Clerk of the CIrcuit Beach, Florida. In quantities suit-
$40.00 Flagler Beach levy upon the seizure .of tangible -
tween the past two census of i Court In the Flagler County. personal property of the tax able for the capacity of storage
ocean front comer AlA and Court House for the following: payer for facilities, approximately 6500 gal I
,business periods. 1954 and 1958, I The following pine lumber, rough unpaid taxes penaltiesand lons. I
additional The
Main Street. See John R. Freer. 20 pieces 6 Inch X 8 Inch x 12 feet the costs. namesof Bids will be opened and read at
well 'ahead of the national average 21-4tc 30 pieces 6 Inch x 8 inch x 14 feet delinquent personal the proper- 7:30 P. M. on Wednesday, May 4th J'
April taxpayers and amount of
30 pieces 6 Inch 8 Inch x 16 feet at the v
gain of 17, per cent. x ''lIng and the first month's office.
12 pieces 8 inch x 10 inch x 16 feet The successful bidder will be
!This. te of gain places Flor FOR RENT-Furnished 2 bed- 6 pieces 8. inch x 10 inch x 20 feet Anderson's penalty, are Phillips as follows 66 Service: notified following the District's

ida" in first, place among the room house on North Main St., AND decking the dressed following on pine two lumber sides:for Cotton Station __ $ 10.45 tabulation The District of -bids.reserves the right ,I
Club
states," the Florida State,'Cham? back of Bunnell Cleaners. Con 150 pieces 3 inch x 6 Inch x 16 feet C. B. Combs V 2.40 2,09 to reject any and all bids and to
150 pieces 3 inch x 8 inch x 16 feet T. waive any Informalities In bidding. I
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t bet' of Commerce reports. tact D.A. ,Deen,, ID 73328. 100 pieces 3 inch x 10 Inch x 16 feet J. C. Deen Durrance 3.14 3.14 I EAST FLAGLER MOSQUITO ,

''Florida retail sates In ''1958 April 21-Itp The above when to be ordered The and delivered Dutch Girl Drive In?Restaurant CONTROL DISTRICT '

needed. Board _. ,...,,..V _,. ..._ 7.21 Lyman L. Gage Secretary
\ stood at an official, though"preliminary reserves the right to reject any. Harold Emery 54.36 April 'l-U-Z1-3tc
FOR SALE-Small, 1955 4-wheel and all bids.DATED \
Flagler Manor V 24.04
figure of 5629294000. Bunnell Florida this
at
COUNTY
John F. Gresham 33.45 IN TilE COURT OF TIIE
drive Jeep. Call ID 7.3309.4.21-ltp 19th day of A. D. 1960.
April! JUDGE FLAGLER COUNTY
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When final reports'are in, it is GEO. E. WICKLINE Chairman T. Gresham' 25.10
Elmer C. Golien 2 40 FLORIDA, IN PROBATE t
quite likely that, this figure will FOR RENT 3 bedroom unfurnished ATTEST RALPH : Eugene Hatcher 18.82 IN RE: ESTATE OF I

be' adjusted upward to a little Railroad St. April 21-28 E. HARBERT.2tc Clerk. W H & Carrie Hill 3.14 William Joseph 'Rapp who la one
house on N., Walton Johnston 10.45 I I and the same person as WilliamJ.

over $6 billion, virtually. in line Bunnell. Phone Mrs. Susie Sisco RUey King- 4.18 Rapp. and ,also sometimes
IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF Herschell King 23.00 known as W. J. RapP. Deceased.
with unofficial estimates made Riddel ID 73321. 4-21-2tp FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA Eric Lee. 2509 To All Creditor and Persons

by economists in the state the IN CHANCERY NO. 4002 Emil G. Misslnne 26.44 having Claim or Demands AgainstSaid
J SARAH ISENHOUR BUCHANAN
J. H. Manor 12.54 Estate
trade body said. WANTED_Full or part-time Plaintiff, A. Nilson 33.45 You and each of you are hereby

work. exp in typing and short- ys. Ocean View Restaurant 24.04 notified and required to presentany
"Rates of gain, by types of E. J. BUCHANAN, Claude Pellicer 16.73 claims and demands which

stores, varied widely from the hand and gen. office work. Also Defendant. 1.. S. Sheffield. Jr. 38260 you. or either of you, may have
as cashier and saleslady. NOTICE TO DEFEND Tokyo Rose Cafe 1.05 against the estate of William
state average. Topping the list exp THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: April 21-ltc Joseph Rapp who Is one and the
Contact Mrs. Ira Strickland at 2nd Lt. E. J. Buchanan 05306300
William J.
same person as Rap
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In, ,dollarsales volume, among Section 717 Box 90 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF and also sometimes known as W. J,

the principal types, ,of'stores, IQ 73539.. 4.21.28.2tp Officer's Fort Monmouth.Mail Room New Jersey, FLAGLBR COUNTY FLOIUDIN Rapp, deceased late of said County -
CHANCERY NO. 4001 '
to the County Judge of Flegler
were ,food stores with sales of GOOD NEWS for older 'man. suit You has are been:hereby filed notified,against that in a MICHAEL LORENZO.Plaintiff County, Florida at his office In
you ,
$1,340,000,000 a gain of 47 the. above entitled and ; the court house of said County at
cause
per Real opportunity for a profitable ; you VS. Bunnell Florida within eight cal-

cent during the four years. Automobile Rawlelgh Business in Flagler are hereby with the required Clerk to of file this your Court.answer PHYLLIS LORENZO. endar months from the time of the

dealers' sales reachd See S.A. Smith Sr Box and to serve a copy thereof 'upon NOTICE TO DEFEND first publication of this notice
County. ,, the plaintiff Each claim or demand shall be In
plaintiff's
i or attorney THE
STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
51,069,000,000, up 37, per cent. I IOU, DeLand or write Rawleigh's whose name and address -is: Phyllis Lorenzo writing residence and and shall post state office the addressof placeof

The 'tab' at 'eating and drink. Dept. FAD-360-556, Memphis, Selden Ray Selden Building Astoria.14-41 30th New Road York the claimant and shall be sworn

ingiplaces came to $443 million Fenn.V 4-21-3tp 800 Main Street You are hereby notified, that a his to by attorney the claimant and any his such agent claimor or
*"**' Daytona Beach. Floridanot suit has been filed against you in
a :gain"pf '25. per; cents fie later than May 20th A. D. 1960. I the above entitled cause, and you demand not so filed shall be

"Gasoline ,statfbnsr: sold $402 A WORD TO THE WIVES I I confesso"If you fail will to be, do entered so, decree against pro are hereby with the required Clerk to of file this your Court answer void.MARY A. RAPPAs

mullO f If need, money to buy a.car. for the relief executor of the Last Will
fC.p,T49 per cent. Sales i you vou demanded In. the and to serve a copy thereof upon
furniture clothing: or to start a 1 I bill of complaint. The nature of the plaintiff or plaintiffs attoney, and Testament of William Jo-
bylmber, building materialsarwijt nest egg write AVON DISTRICT said suit -being for divorce. whose. name and address' Is: seph Rapp. deceased.
hardware setablishments MANAGER, box 236, Lpckhart, WITNESS my hand and seal of W. Cecil Grant First publication April 7, 1960.
Fla. NOW. said Court this 19th day of ,April. 407% Main Street April 7-1-21-28-4tc
carne' to $392 million, up, 28 percent A. D 1960.Official Daytona Beach. Florida
: FOR SALE OR RENT-2 bed ( Seal)) not later than May 23rd A. D. 1960. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
RALPH E. HARBERT If you fall to do so, decree pro FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA
Apparel and stores room house, Daytona and 4th, Clerk of said Circuit Court confesso will be entered againstyou IN CHANCERY NO. 3993
accessory April 21-28 & May 5-12--4tc the relief JAMES A. COLLURA.
for demanded in the
Beach. Call after 4:00 o'- .
Flagler :
.sold Plaintiff. .
goods amounting ,to $357, bill of complaint. The nature of
clock. 47.3tp IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF said suit being for divorce.
million, ,a, gain of 24 per cent. FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA WITNESS my hand and seal of LORETTA COLLURA.Defendant.
Furniture and home appliance IN CHANCERY JVO." 4O03 said Court this 18th day of AprilA.
JUST ARRIVED JOHN: J. ,DUFFY D. 1960.Official .

stores, rang;.up $310 million, up New: 'Melodigrand Spinet Pianos ;.' vs\' .Plaintiff' ( RALPH Seal) E. HARBERT THE STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA.DEFEND TO:

41 per cent. Drug and proprietary $445.00,' Easy Terms. Thompson FRANCES- DUFFY, Clerk of said Circuit Court Loretta 45 Second Collura Avenue,

." ,establishments sold a total Music Co.135 Volusia Ave., Day,- NOTICE TO Defendant.DEFEND April 21-28 & May, 5-12-(tc E. Rockaway. New York

of $221 million up '59 per cent. tona Beach. 'CL 28215. -.- I THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: .z of zcE You are r Hereby notified that a
Frances Duffy Notice Is hereby given that pur- suit has been filed against you In .
"The" largest gain, 89 per cent, i April 7-tf 26-11 Crescent StreetLong suant to motion duly made seconded the above entitled cause: and you
.name in liquor store sales which Island City. 2, New York and carried by the Board of are hereby required to file your an-
You are hereby notified that a County Commissioners of Flagler swer with the Clerk of this Court
amounted to $144 million." NEW HOME FOR SALE or rent suit has been filed against you in County. Florida at a Regular and to serve a copy thereof upon

...... ", .... U-' ._ 2. ,bedroom, 6 room ho_ use with are the hereby above entitled required cause to file; your and you gnawer 4th meeting day of of said April Board A. D.held 1960 on, the Inspectors whose the plaintiff name or and plaintiffs address attorney Is: ,

central heating and air con- with the Clerk of this Court and Clerks of each Election W. Cecil Grant
6 and to serve a copy thereof upon District or Precinct In Flag. 407K Main Street
ditioning. Complete kitchen. the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorneY'j. ler County Florida were appointedand Daytona Beach. Floridanot
WORLB OUTDQOKS Motel Korona Fla. whose name and address voting places polling placesfor later than May 16th A.D. 1960.
Capitol Ray Selden each Election District or Pre If you fall to do so. decree pro
=s i ID 73649. April 7 tf Selden Building cinct in Flagler County. Florida I confesso will be entered againstyou
800 Main Street were designated for the First Primary for the relief demanded In the
Daytona Beach. Floridanot Election to be held on Tuesday -I bill of complaint. .The nature of
FOR SALE-Lots in Flagler later than May 20th A. D; 1960. the 3rd day of May 'A. D. 1960. said suit being for divorce.
Beach Florida $50.00 down I If you fail to do so decree pro. the said Board of County Commis- WITNESS my hand and seal of
per confesso will be entered againstyou sioners of Flagler County. Florida. said Court this 11th day of April
lot $5.00 per lot per month, plus tot: the relief demanded in the having appointed the following A. D. 1960.
bill of complaint. The nature of named persons as Inspectors and (Official Seal)
THE safe driver on the highway 6% interest. B. A. Bolton. P.O. said suit being for divorce. Clerks respectively and having RALPH E. HARBERT

often turns purple with Box 718. St. Augustine, Florida. WITNESS my hand and seal of rnated the following voting or Clerk of said Circuit Court
said Court .this 19th day of AprilA. polling places for said Election: April 14-21-28 & May 5-Itc
rage when, the careless anticsof April 7-4tc. .D. 1960. Precinct No. 1Dunnell.
some daredevil almost ,causesa (Official Seal) Flagler County. Florida. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
I I RALPH E. HARBERT Vote in the County Commissioners! FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA
serious or tragic accident The YOUR BEST BUY Clerk of said Circuit Court Room in Flagler County CourtHouse IN CHANCERY NO. 3993

sportsman who enjoys hunting New 2.bedroom home on 80x115 April 21-:' & May_S-U-4tc_ at Bunnell. Flagler. County. JOHN A. LOGAN

and. ,who, regards his rifle and ft. water front lot on LantanaAve. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT .Florida.Pearl Woods Clarice Taylor, Plaintiff

shotgun as dangerous weapons. ., Venice Park Subdivision. FLAGLER FLORIDA. COUNTY.' STATE, OF Flossie Richardson. Inspectors.; THELMA GIBBON LOGAN
Dallas Gordon Clerk.
to {be'handledv with care and ESTATE OP Defendant.
2
Modem all 'electric kitchen Precinct No.
caution' feels 'the same surge ofaugerr William Joseph Rapp. who la one Flagler Beach. Flakier County NOTICE TO DEFEND
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when he reads about or Florida room, 1%. bath utility and the same person as, WilliamJ. Florida.' Vote In the Flagler Beach Thelma' Gibson" Logan I
Rapp. ,and also sometimes Recreation Center Flagler Beach Box 672-F R. D. No. 2
has personal ,experience with a room, tarazza floor, central heat known as W. J. Rapp. Deceased. .Florida. Tom's River, New Jersey

ahooUng accident brought on by 2-car garage. ", The State of Florida To All Per- Mable E, Sheeler. Marie Brede You are hereby notified that a
; .... Interested la the Estate of Harry Whetstone. Inspectors Flos suit has beenlied against you In
the "quickslraw" craze which"swept AND aid, Decedent 11!i ale Haines, Clerk. the above entitled cause; and you

V V the country. 3-bedroom home 1 old '2- You are thereby notified' that a Precinct No. 3 are hereby required to file your answer -
year Written,Istrument purporting to be Vote at Orange Hammock SchoolHouse with the Clerk of this Court.
The "q\I ckckaWcraze to itself bath, big all electric 'kitchen, the Last Will and Testament of Orange Hammock Flagler and to serve a copy thereof upon
U foolish enough To this said decedent has been admittedto County. Florida. the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
,...' writer there could be nothing Florida room utility room and probate In said Court. Taudy Bowden, Mae Kelfer, Ltl- whose name and address Is;
You commanded with lie Burrell. Isabell Bar Ray Selden '
For more informationsee are hereby Inspectors;
more stupid 'itQ''the sight of a garage. : in six calendar months from the row, Clerk.Precinct Selden Building

grown ,. .. ,i notice to appear In said Court and Korona. Flagler County Florida. Daytona Beach. Florida
--.mrr r. lBd'.amusing bImze1rbrseeing Venice Park; Flagler Beach tdephone show cause If- any YOU can. why Vote In Church Hall FJasierCouftty. -. not later than,Ma 13th A. D. 1S.0...

\ how.'fast he can "clear HEmlock 92196. i the action of said Court In admitting Florida. conteeso fall the 4o 80. decree pro
leather." But when this said Will to probate should Thelma Roman.. Mary Francko- will stupidity Feb. 25tfMPTFC not stcnd unrevoked. wick, Eleanor Nlesen. Inspectors: you for the relief demanded In
k compounded by practicing 'I (Seal) Sophie Smlglalskl. Clerk.. the bill of complaint. The nature
V DUANE A. DEEN. Precinct No. 4 of said suit being for
with a loaded revolver it goes TANK -cleaning
divorce.al
reason- I County. Judsre. Flagler County. Vote In St. Johns Park Community saidl my hand of
Courts
feeyoad all reason.Mo able:rates. George Jarosz Phone I First publication on April 7, 1960. Hall. St. Johns Park Flagler this 7th day of Aprjl
'erf-tiw"accidents 1.re'leU-' April 7-U-t-u--ttc County. Florida. A. D. I960.
ID:'1.* .. .i 11.19.-S.12-tc Naomi PelIlceJ.la.ry Pellicer, (Official Seal)
iieedMates wottads]rl ': true. In the .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Louise Hatcher Inspectors Doro- RALPH E. HARBERT

: of California, Oregon and FOB SALE Three ideal lots. on FLAGLER coUNTY. FLORIDA thy Salyerda. Clerk. 4A Clerk of said Circuit Court
;: IN_ CHANCERY NO. 99t* Precinct No. April 14-21-28 &
May.H
t
J PeniasytvaM "quick draw" ate'' NorthMoore St close' to school, IRENE SPICER HAMRICK. Vote In Masonic Temple Building.
mss. shot Themselves in'the.ec.: Plaintiff. BunnelL Flakier County Florida. ,
street In town needs Alma Nina Splvey Jennie
paved no Sheffield :
.ar foot while "practicing. Butt F.V Green.: Inspectors; Wanda Mercer -2m i
'to
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Ready' butld HARTNESS HAMRICK. JTra11rr'iJrth1
several other states bystand* filling. on. Coy I Defendant. Clerk.Preelnei *
G. Harris. 1-21-tf No. S
ers have: boom ..tm.d.or. wounded : NOTICE TO DEFEND ..VotIn Community Hall. Espan-
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.w&tie ,watching. these fooUah, Gas-C ; THE 'STATE OF F.FLORIDA.Hamrick TO: ola. Flagler County, Florida. BUHWELL FLORIDA
WANTED 175 New Hartness Betty Durrance. Lucille Cobb
.aatica with loaded inK
a. gun or; Residence Unknown
tomer lrDl %'ed ately. HAUlSBOTI'LE You notified that Jewell Edwards, Inspectors Agnes
av that the user""fot- are hereby a .
>ne,case gwa : West, Clerk.. MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor
suit has been filed against you in
N. SA
.<<&t":was loaded.Jfom. GAS COMPANY. Phone the above entitled cause And you Vote In Precinct Johnson Building, AlA
: .A Ie : file, fact that theaeQYlekkWts ID''7-9561., BuaneU., 1-21: -tf are hereby required to file your.answer Highway. Marlneland Flagler
<. with the Clerk of this Court. County. De.1..ted Oaletal PBblleatioB
are wouodingthemselves and-, to serve a copy thereof upon Gladys Florida.;M. Allman. Maxine R. I.. Public Notice .t FlaxferCeoaty
and I I I the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney Combs.., Inspectors; Coley ,Mitchell
JOHNSTON'S I whose name and address Is: Hanleipalltfeo therein
Cleric
. otters **jr rye building up ue-

. ,"...',' eM17. prejudices against FLAGUEft WEACH RCALTT co.I IBOJ Ir "W.407%Cecil Main Grant Street CoHnlssoners.By, order of the of Board Flagler of County.County sad the State of"FJerUa

; ,.Q'. ease .wtatfeetr Iaast use firearms to Daytona Beach. Florida Florida in regular meeting at Bun-
not 3rd A.D. 1,...
May
OCEAN later than
PRONT Florida this
LOTS nell. Flagler County
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,4arrroao as poikai- Catered second class
If you fall to do so. decree*ro 19th day of April. A.D. 1960. aa matter

,u- ; : )V.. *ma1ast those wkto:'tt",ifa t ItW"1' FRONT. ,:FABMS, I confessowill be entered aait. (Commissioners Seal) 'I February e,1913,at.tile_...t.&..
you for the relief demanded In taw ,
l the sports' of ACREAGE GBO. E. WICKLINECntttfman .
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.:, -tibetrl. r I I bill of complaint. The nature }fit of theBoard of CountyOMBnttaBioners I at Boanell, Florida, noe*-met of
: ;: ,. 4aiga rI' and huntingIit-: 1 .' ; said suit being for divorce.: of Flagler Coun-1
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'' will now,have WITNESS my ty. :
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Court
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Thursday, April '-21, 1960 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. ,BUNNELL, FLORIDA ,J" FADE: :SEVEN

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'. .i -I I II are- sponsoring a tour throughout i I them were Mr, and Mrs. T. Host day for* their annual' : vacationin
"I I'
I the county. king and daughter Peggy, Mr. Flagler Beachl?They- also
'
C jrlal &achContinued Thursday evening, April 21, at and Mrs. Frank Williams and plan to visit in Clearwater with

School Neuil + 0 6 o'clock a fellowship supper Florence, Mr and Mrs. Stanley friends before returning to Can-

.1 will be held with all membersand Springer with Diane, Sharon and|t ada. : .

by William Neil Eddlnget trom Page 4 friends of the church in Rex, Mrs. Helen Likens with Diane 'I ,': '
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I vited. Bring a covered dish to and Jeanne, EASTER CANTATA, ,
meeting. The year's records will
Last Thursday we saw .a new pass and rolls with coffee will I I I WELL ATTENDED ',
be audited by Mrs. Joan Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Robert Oliver,
kind of magician show at school.It be The Fourth Quarterly :

provided. '
The Easter Cantata given at
and Mrs. R. McDanieL: Diane Adams, Jimmy Wolfe,
wasn't the' same old "pull*a- Conference will be held
i Mitchell Bowers, the First Baptist Church Sunday
Rev. Hoover was presented as Carey Stanley
rabblt-out-of- e.hat" show. Mr. after the with District
I I supper choir
evening by Judson Stryker,
John Farnsworth
Haines ,
speaker by Mrs. and he Wood Lyn
;z I
Bailey, the -magician, had some Superintendent Dr. John McKinley -
gave an interesting talk on the 1 Roy Salthouse, Donna Miller, I director, was well attended.
new and different jokes and from Gainesville presiding.
"Punch symbols used in connection with I Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Atkins, Mrs. Scripture was read during the
tricks plus a and Judy"puppet I
Easter. A surprise feature was Susie McCabe, Gabe Rossadivito, evening by Rev. Glen Taylor,
I
show. stayed to talk SOCIAL
WOMAN'S CLUB
a hat show. Each room mother I Bob Arnold from Jacksonville, pastor. The three church choirs
to his wife, and she! told me
NEXT WEDNESDAY took part with Stanley Springer
entered a funny hat and a pretty Mrs. Geraldine Taylor and children
their act was going to be
on '
hat. Selected winners I r The Flagler Woman's Club from Lake Worth, Mr.. and directing the intermediate choir
the Ed Sullivan show in May.So .
were Joan Arnold's pretty one I next Wednesday will have an Mrs. Richard Miller and family [and Judy Stryker leading the-
you be watching to see the .
for the first grade, and Mrs El. II unusually interesting program. from St Augustine, Roge Dysk- i Carol Choir.Frank.
Baileys again. I
Today the Royal Ambassadorsof mer Golien's funny one for the Mrs. Ruby Cody has agreed to ters, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Combs
sixth grade. Two dollars and give a book review during the and family, Bill and Elsworth
the Church
Baptist left with '
.fifty cents was awarded to those afternoon social meeting. Mrs. Combs, and Maltase Malphursfrom & Glad'sSHOE
J Rev. Pinner, .for Tallahassee for, 1
rooms. 'Reynold Hoover, president: is Alachua.A .
the R.A. Congress. Some of the
The first grade room mothers urging all members to attend I REPAIRW.
boys who have gone are David special cake decorated for
I and to bring a .guest. MOODY BLVD.
Sheffield, Scotty Crews, Rusty served refreshments. The serving the ocassion was served by the 1 Block West of Railroad

Improto, Jack Wetherington, table was decorated in the f hostesses with punch, coffee or General Shore Repair

Ronney Harris,. and Benton Easter motif. A bunny was the SURPRISE ANNIVERSARY soft drinks.

Eisenbach. (I've gone with them, centerpiece and pastel cup cakes PARTY

too). So, I'll miss the play were placed around on grass re Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Combs Mrs. Margaret Presswood is to FREE PAINT

you're going to see Friday. Mrs. sembling'Easter eggs. They were I I were surprised with a wedding go to Miami next week where One extra gallon of your choke

r. Hornsby's sixth grade play ,is served with punch. anniversary party 'at their home she will attend the Florida.: Edu with each erallov you buy

l about the "Troubadour Prince," last Friday evening, it being cational Association. ,' Mary Carter Paint StoreAlso
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starring Ronney Harris as the SCHOOL PLAY their 28th anniversary.

prince and Sherry Hargett as Second graders at the Flagler Acting as hostesses for the Charlie Weaver: arrived last We>tc.te Shopping Outer
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the .princess. I bet it's going to Beach 'school presented ,a play ocassion were their daughtersand week from Taylorsville, N.c., to -

be good! entitled "Ellie's Spring Bonnet," daughter in' law, Mrs. spend some time with his broth. RCAVICTOR--

on Thursday. Marion Atkins, Mrs. Lynette er, and sister in law, Mr. .and LIVING COLOR TV

Cathy Duncan was the an Miller and Mrs. Mary Lou Mrs. Clarence Weaver. "LOOK FOR TUB PICTURE

: Beach Elementary pouncer and the cast included Combs. Mr. and :Mrs. Combs re-. Southern IN TUB Radio WINDOW& Television

Ellie, Ann Meekins; Bunny, ceived many nice gifts. Mr. and 14i John Lawlor of 226 ,E, Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001

School News Evan Yelvington; West Wind, ...Enjoying the occasion with Toronto, V Canada arrived Sun. ORMOND- .

f Grady Prather; birds, Patty Gal

!" .' (By Holly Cohen) loway, Debra Missinne, arid; \
Carol lck. -
> '. Well, the Easter Buny has left Klrkpa
) Mary Quite Contrary, Barbara I
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Wilson flowers Hutcheson
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: our rooms had an Easter Party.
Barbara Brqss, Janet Hain '
The first had theirs '
grade at WL DOYLECONNER
es; Spelling Bee, Susan Peter !.
t r: Mrs. Arnold's. The second grade F
,- son; Busy Bee, Kris Martel; Seed '
j held theirs at Mrs. Wilson's, and
-V the third grade had theirs at' Packets, Howard McNitt, Kenny : W1!
t. Jon Gumble.
Whitney, '
> Mrs. 'Robinson's. The rest of our
The class "The Easter
":; ,grades. had a party at the school. sang -',,
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Thanks ,to the Rim Mothers,

we'- all- :'Qnjoyedthe. party verymuch. second gradeteacher.. f'.. .- i. ;; Agriculture ;

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.', found the. .prize egg and won this week to 'her, home in Ohio S,,;,; :( ;::.. ,

:'.. fifty cents.I 'after spending the winter herewith 1 ., 'w ;.( '.

;. also noted that our Sunrise her son in law and daughter ,4 Bunnell, Florida

A;_ Service sponsored by the Community Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Stryker.Mr. S.--"h -

[: Church, First Baptist COMMITTEE .. .,\ .
Church and Methodist Church, : and Mrs. John Knosko left ; -'S"::;- .' -< :f .: :
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was well attended Sunday morning Monday for Chicago where: they JOHN A. CLEGG ; ''
and impressive. plan to 'live.FLAGLER ,: :':'Fellow. ... _Citizens. of..Flagler County': :. ,
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Last Thursday Mrs. Borne's' BEACHMETHODIST \ H. T. COOK, ; \ : .. ;'. ';lt!

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secondgrade pupils gave an COWART '
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Easter Play, They did Very well. CHURCH : It is a privilege to recommend tov you 'DOYLE

So long until next week 10:30, :..morning, worship. CHARLES E.CREALCONNER. for Commissioner of Agriculture.. I have

Sermon theme, April 24, "With CURTIS DEEN':';', '.'. known DOYLE CONNER personally since college!
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Major Isreal Vogdes j ,U. S Exultation.?' '*v'. i
days when we zoomed at the same fraternity; house.
Army, was captured by the Confederates .' Special music by the choir. ROB DEEM <
Many-of- Flagler'County have come'jtoW.
our people
in the Battle of Santa'Rosa .11:301 church school. All children '
,Island. This Battlefield Is not ,enrolled elsewhere are W. DEEN/C. know' ;
entirely in Fort Pickens State invited. THOS. DUNCAN -Farmers of America and Cattlemen's\ Association

Park at Pensacola, Florida. i 12 'P.M.. the ,Methodist MenTom .'. 'r ; ,
M. B. FULLER ..
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: are many ,accomplishmeritsjofDOYLE
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II I'.CANDY I LYMAN GAGE : ", '- your- consideration : ? ', *"- .
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MOODY : I -,- /-' Farmers of America. ,",'.
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"\ Tt IMPRESS PRK7E IN ONES SELF.
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1THAT'S W. L., WADSWORTH ift' _. -->,'.t -, ,. _man. in Starke. -<,- j _- l> .'-.... -,:J

GEORGE* WICKLINE --' .:: 4:i1---: ;! ;: ',' :' ,

,< : : -w: ; ._, ''j p..:" 'G:=Voted Outstanding. .. Young Man in Florida

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.. SUPPOSE YOU SiMPE. HEY DOYLE CONNER
help elect our next Commissioner
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'THE CLASS WHYWRONG _y Vs I + 0
IT IDl ,: of Agriculture to succeed the late Nathan'Mayo.
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Florida- Folk Festival Time Again rservicepiaae's; "Floridians spent $104 million I I These services include advertising
!! ; i I in laundries, 'cleaning and stor agencies, employment; and

age establishments, .35 per cent credit bureaus, mailing address
i Business JumpsReceipts more than in 1954. Beauty parlor ing, telephoning and ,.,related
,y r/ wa ; receipts came to $32{million, fields. Also gaining more than
of Florida businesses a gain of 94 per cent 'while barber the state average were funeral

which, render services (hotels, shops gleaned $20. million, services, up 66 per cent to a
i 1 j motels amusements, repairs of I up 69 per cent. total receipts of $24 million in
+ ;MF.v 1I kinds have zoomed more '
1I I,tall '"Radio, television and other 1958.
I,i than 50 per cent since 1954. electrical repair bills amountedto

f "This rapid gain was well $28 million, more than double British Royal Marine Colonel
!I above the 35 per cent national the 1954 figure. Movie theatres Nichols, with the help of Indian

I increase and ranked Florida in took in $38 million, a drop of and Negro allies, built a fort
fifth place among the states," 9 per cent, following the nation near the Apalachicola River in
; the Florida State Chamber of al trend. 1814 'in Spanish Florida. TheU.
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Commerce reports. "Of special significance was a S. Navy destroyed it Lateron
Y X:. "Data compiled by the censusof 119 per cent 'gain in combined the United States built Fort
service trades in 1954 and special business services with Gadsden right on the river bank.

1 f"Y NV r 4ilf 9, I 1958 just released, ,reveal not total receipts of $147 million.
S only the growth of service trades -
in Florida but pointedly illus.j SEE CYPRESS

I trate trends in the composition -

of Florida's economy," the trade
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i[body said. ..
: I "The level of receipts, by prin. water ski shows dad10:30ai1:00pm2:70pm4a3pm
I cipal types of services, in 1958 Jq- ,.
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y Kk I compared with 1954 ,brings out
'"4( '- OPOOaruNtTYKNoCM .. ..
.. !these changes. Hotels topped .
; :: the list in receipts of $196 mil I Ii : : ALFORD

I lion, up 33 per cent and motels Registered
wx Ya' I took in $101 million, an in.. Iy- I
;; crease of 90 per cent Automo- Estate Broker:

bile repair, storage, rentals, :etc. BunnelL Florida

L I. & amounted to 3121 million, "again ......"......................J'. ............. ...
: ; of 84 cent. --
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"Bowling alleys, golf. clubs,
amusement parks of ,all types ylpuL RND FOR 1
and all attractions had receiptsof THE BESTBARGAINS
WHITE SPRINGS-: Seven colorful programs of folk dancing,music $106 million, up 32 per cent ) IN SHELL FILL & SAND
-and crafts will be presented during the eighth annual Florida Folk from 1954. TH1iNEWSPAPER
Festival at the Stephen Foster Memorial here, May 678. The old. y DIRT CONTRACTSCALL

o' 'tIme art of carding and ,spinning will be demonstrated again by At>S... ..

Mrs. Jessie Coker, above, of Killen, Ala., who each year sets up GET YOUR GOBOYand i
here spinning wheel.on.the Festival stage overlooking the Suwannee make Carts with :McCullock,
,. ,..Elver. The Festival, which Is. sponsored by the Stephen Foster West Bend or Clinton Engines. EMIL MISSINNE

Memorial Commission, is directed by Miss Thelma A. Boltin, right, Tires and Cart accessories" at Phone HE 9-2094
,of White Springs. President of, the Florida Folk Festival Association CORBETTS SUNOCO SERVICE i I .
is Aubrey Fowler left, Live Oak. More than a thousand persons .- STATION FLAGLER BEACH I
from throughout ,the state will be seen in their old-tlmey presentations !Bunnell Tel. ID 7-7123 1- _
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Indians'from the Brighton reservation. -


They say there are 80 million The man.who, :spends a majority ( ,!+.
:motorists ,on our: highways. Ever .-of his. time daydreaming in

:t10u 79,999,999 of them don't traffic,jilsq. spends allot of time '.
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Iknow how, to drive? hasslingwith': "nightmares.

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Breezy Point New York Is not yet a "city to see.." It is not yeta 4 <
reality and when, it conies into being it will actually be a "city ,
within a'city"-a rather unique community..'Breezy -Point represents r
A gigantic undertaking-(he development of the world's largest
privately-financed community-housing a population of 220,000, on

tthe western:.portion of Rockaway Peninsula Queens County. The .. '... .. /. I
sthree-and-a bait mile long Breezy Point '''Peninsula was purchasedfor M :f r. 1
$17,500,000 cash, a record price for a'sin-gle-unit'' tract. of land in i.tIJ

New York City. ..,
The new community, brimming the United States outranking in ; .4rrr
with tall modern apartment population such cities as Albany
houses 21 private and public and Syracuse, N. Y.; Jackson
schools, 12.parks an art and cultural ville.'Ffcu. Worcester Mass.; Tulsa -
center 40 houses of worship Oklahoma; Salt Lake City; '
t., ( ,'.marinas boat basins, 'miles Hartford'.Conn., and Sacramento.
; .of sand beach, shopping centers California.)' '" ., ;
c',. -police and fire stations and Preliminary work on the new ;" .
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libraries,' is ''..expected to be competed city has been In progress since = 118" ; ,
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:real,estate undertaking development of ,a detailed master INSIST ON AN ELECTRIC 'WATER HEATER IN roh HO Ma. 4'-J. '':.:
s) :- Northern Properties, a land;de- '.$*a. IB approximately eight '.... .-
< -! c1opm. -tt firm, said the_ project. moMhs.WOI'k': grading. Plenty of piping-hot water means!better,happier living,You're sure withan ;:
} Us tag ua undertaken eause. of streets, sewers, .etc.) win begin. ._ dependableRwondafilly 1
; Electric Wat&Heatet ._
automatic completely -
the Ant .section of "
he ., acute shortage of high Ground fee -
will be broken in fume-free-and flamelesa-safe for of mind. Just :: ;
't ::: quality' aatddle i come-- rental the -community dean your peace Ui f -
1 ;: housteg.. ; !tbe: projected population( late spring erly summer of t" .- install it any place and forget it! Round square,countertop models S ,:: :.:
; "expteehia" for the inner 'core. 1181. :. <#
dealers ;
and
:\ see the display now at electrical appliance : plumbers -
I to! the .metropolitan: area the! When completed. Breezy: Point t
+ : L3>nures' created .J>y re1n will represent :New York City's j f
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-! Hew York City 'an* moct valuable single, real estate : : OUMn : -
f ,tfce: sw&Uy ,diminishing ,supply of pf p.rty, exceeding the combined .' BUILD _FLORIDA th. :cOOt.ET SAP.ST' i".t= ,,*, .
\ 1&nd"*table for,residential "dewithin value of the next ten., wing : ; Uq HIHi, CUEAN.sTiMW
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iu> city ,limits; *ehfamem" landmarks as Rocke- .J lVdlP" ""tn \...'. .CHUNS'" j. '. .
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:.;; meet hospital and surgical costsor being done by the various' State help you who are In need., I !

:: tfJ I even ,day.to-day medical care I and County groups to take care do not want socialized medicine

h "I. ; ,:'.'S and drugs.I of the medical aSSist. even c -v- '
r 1 A general or anything that 'opens the ,:

I know a numberof people ance, including medication, tothose door to it.. : ::4, a -
this
o are worried about problem ; ; ,
> who need It. I see no reason
: the Forand bill
wonder
why
for the Federal Government
, BY 1kJ% J I was turned down by the Com to'engage in a program of medical Mr. -and Mrs. C.iH.z ,--,Jackson
of letters ,'
mittee. Many my on
, assistance to those who do gave the Florida Parley-Service -

ij' From AinM..,Nestor, Parsons, 1 I this subject were from people not need it. I am told that our two tracts of land at Rock Bluff
West Virginia:remember sloshing who said that they had to see
State and county programs In Landing for inclusion In Tor-
through the melting,snow in,early I doctors regularly and get prescriptions .
Florida meet our needs, but until reya State Park when ,.the park
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__ spring as I followed my father filled and buy media I
I get these figures from the was established In 1935. The
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who, with auger a cines regularly and that they :
;_. bag of wooden spiles,on his,back Department I won't know the Jacksons were the aunt and
not able to do It-
, went from tree to tree until' the just were answer. uncle of J. E. Maxwell of Tal.

'" sugar: trees all were .tapped I ,A. S. (Syd) Herlong therefore we should have the My position Is this: I want- toVOTE lahassee. "' '
; When the troughs were ready Forand bill. In answer to these

_ '. to be emptied, we,dipped the sap Congressman, Fifth District people I must say that a bill -- .
buckets and carried H to sold to the .
into a of goo4s was people -
No of legislation In this
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crude cabin Here,K was poured I as to what the Forand bill .
I',, into large kettles. When, the kettles session of Congress has produced ( would do. In circumstances FOR
/. were full, the remainder of such a flood of mail as V
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as help
the sap was kept In barrels' to the Forand bill, H. R. 4700.I .
'tL, be put in the kettles as the sap I which would extend medical lone Iota. As a matter_ of fact, Ode.1I
: boiled down. ,It was necessarJ'- benefits to those receiving Social ( it is a surgical, hospital and Mersey "

': to keep the kettles ,boiling day jl Security payments. As a convalescent care bill. It doesn't ;
?: and night while the run lasted. doctor's bill-only thesurgeon's :
pay your
member of the House and ;
Ways
At night, neighbors would gather I fee. It doesn't pay for FOR CONSTABLE -'
and stories and Means Committee which
at the camp tell ,
call to the doctor or his call .
'; When the, sap had boiled .into j considered this bill I received on your you at your home if you get Sorry, time prevents'me from visiting all voters. in !
and the run was over thousands of letters for and
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syrup
B' troughs were turned up against I I it. sick. In other words, to all Intents the County before Election Day but your-vote and i!

.'.. the trees to keep them clean j against and purposes you have to support will be appreciated. If elected: will, continue I

until another run. The Ways and Means Committee be cut on to get any benefits, to run the office as it has been run the past I

:' Of the, many good things we rejected the bill by a and you are not the one who four years. .. :
liked the maple'sugar eggs my vote of 17 to 8, but this doesn't has the say as to whether' you
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mother that the Committee has
mean are cut on. The doctor makes I
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emptied eggs
shelved the question of medical the decision. The bill does not I
the shelL She filled
the end of .
aid and hospital and nursingcare help any person who is not re.'
these shells with maple sugar '
t : while boiling hot and placed for the elderly. Despite, its tired 6n Social Security. It would I PERCE STRINGS 'iT1" I I

them in an upright position until vote against the Forand bill, i not help. anyone, regardless of i

they cooled. These were our the Committee recognizes that the severity of ,his illness, who HOW LONG HAVE YOU EVER SINCE TH'BOSS YOU'LL ALSO BE FiRED, !
>, Easter treat. there is a serious problem in was paying Social Security but I BEEN WORK1N6 HERE, THREATENED TO WiTH ENTHUSIASM, l
f i FIRE WHEN You TRY
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this field and is working hardto not to draw bene
was eligible
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find some satisfactory legislative -} '
Shreveport, Louisiana: I remember fits.I. I
f as a small child when we answer. I think It can be safely said ,I II
moved mama would rake all the Members of Congress from that some sort of plan will be f
AND TAKE NOTE OF
red hot coals out .of the heating both parties are working on 1 worked out. Right now I am THEIR SENSEOP !
stove and put bricks in them in for the elderly i the of RESPOaSlBlUTY
plans aiding ailing having Department 1 FDRXOUR.
a in the wagon to keep our J
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;" day to move. fixed Incomes inadequate to I get me the figures on what Is o tax TtAMwlOCV j W I

And I remember in September II I

: ._ the revival meetings would start.

.;:,;' .,'._ ;.\ People would, pick cotton all day .
'. and-_stay at church nearly aUf : See The Dinah Shore Chevy Show in color Sundays, NBC-TV-the Pat Boone Chevy Showroom weekly, ABC-TV

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A.RAKE THAN A t S compact car that outdoes them all. "fS
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:!World' War II veteran participation :}I Wilson pointed out that these .
GI Home Loan in the post-war program!I dates do not apply to KoreanI -
that has seen more than 116,000 I t conflict veterans who have tintil To The People of Flagler County:

Deadline. July 25 Florida World War U veterans t 'January 31,1965, to make GI It is with due consideration that I announce my
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take advantage of the GI Bill loan applications.World
loan provisions since June 22, candidacy for the office of County Judge, subject
Less than four'" months,remain 1944.. I War II veterans who I Ii to the Democratic Primary on May 3.
.,in which World War II veterans also served during the Korean I II
apply for GI home, farm, who I i conflict are considered I I and .'
may Veterans submit their applications period earnestly sincerely solicit your support. and
.or business I :loans., Rufus H.,Wilson on or before the dead- I veterans for the purpose of GI II vote for this office., :
,'manager of then VA regional 1 line of July 25, 1960, will be allowed loans. I
\ "office in St. Petersburg; reminded ,- an additional year, or Veterans in rural areas and I T. K. (Buddy) McKnightPol.
veterans today. until July 25, 1961, in which to in small cities and towns where I i
Under present law, July 25, have the loan processed and ac- ;
guaranteed loans are not generally Adv. Pd. by T. K. (Buddy McKnight S .
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1960, is the cut-off .date set for, taully closed. .available are eligible for t
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loans. However, the direct loan FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT ;
!INSIIE-Stiy toured & lest Assured, program for both World War .11
and Korean conflict veterans is VOTE FOR ,

GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM Wilson due to emphasized.expire on July 25, 1960, T. Shelton Brooks .1

t I wish to announce that I am candidate of r
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'H. T.. COOK AGENCY Stars and stripes in the American
: II. 'I CLERK CIRCUIT COURT FOR FLAGLER COUNTY
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Citizens. lank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida the coat of arms of the Wash in Democratic Primary on May 3
ington family. T. SHELTON BROOKSMay 1

I thank you in advance for your vote and support ,\

PoL Adv. Pd. by Lucille Brooks. TreasurerI
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Am Running For Constable Of Flagler County,
County Judge of Flagler County. :? : If Elected I Pledge To Continue To Run The OfficeAs

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I have .served as your County Judge and. :Juvenile Not Hurt The Taxpayers.I I
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Justice V of the Peace for several years. ,
CARL BRATCHERPd. -
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What, to Plant for located on U.S. 27 in South 2. Several small- bulbs, in a them thinly in a box and place

.Florida and known as the caladium I large pot will produce quicker, them in the furnace.. room or in

/lfillq Summer Color center of the world. leafier results than one large a warm place for the winter. I

t i|I Growing caladiums for bulbs is, bulb.

I M (Fla. Development Commission) ][i about a $2 million annual in- 7. New varieties of these fancy
I 3! Caladiums should be plant. leaved plants are constantly .
BY Wondering what to plant for dustry here.
]I i ed between six inches to a foot going on the market. Ask your I
11ElEIldAlE( summer color? I 1 i Living near this orange-blos I
'I: I apart, depending on the size, nurseryman about them. You :::
What about Caladiums one of som scented community of blue
about 1% inches below the surface will enjoy your caladiums more ,
nature's most brilliantly painted I lakes and rolling hills covered
of the ground in moist soil if you vary your selection with ,:
t TRICKS FOR THE KITCHEN: specimens?.' j J I with citrus trees and carpets of
or peat. They should be watered some of the interesting new "de
If lettuce looks tired, soak It1 Caladiums, members of the I t l caladiums'' is L.L. Holmes, ;
when then as often as signs.
planted,
in a bowl of water to which has tuber family, are hard to beat I thought to,be the world's largest i
been added just a bit of lemon I they need it when, they'begin
-, for a colorful bouquet all sum I producer of caladium bulbs.Twentyfive ,-- 'Jj
juice. ito i grow, but not water-logged; 1
has mer long. Their leaves come in years ago Holmes fertilized YOUR CLOSEST OUTLET : '
Celery-which becpme weary I. I with light applications
: can be freshened by placing in the faintest pink or the deepestred l eased Into the caladium business of commercial fertilizer ask For Quality Furniture"We're ;

a bowl of ,water with a .slice. or all the shades ,in between I I with a mere bushel basket your nurseryman what kind) Out of the :1'

two of raw potato. as well as in combination of i of bulbs to supplement his income and mulched with leaves, pine Hight Rent District"CHRIS'S
Speaking of potatoes use twice;, white and green. And the de as a high school princi '
straw or something to help hold FURNITURE-
the quantity when preparing 'I
signs-stripes polka dots tweeds,I '
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mashed potatoes or there won'tbe 1660 Rldgewood Ave.: Holly mil :1
pailslies and surrealistic the ex-schoolteacher has
enough. Adding a tablespoon i 4. In where the
.. have Spotch-1 areas grow 9."
'" of milk to the water in whichthey're es-could only accumulated nearly 100 acres of
.. cooked them ated by Mother Nature herself. i his ing season is short; bulbs may
will keep bulbs parlayed early earn. .
be started inside before they are ;
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'looking white. Caladiums can be kept in I lings into a sizeable fortune and,

pots inside the house (if they on top of earning the title 'of to be planted outside. This is ADAMS .
done by placing them in a box TOM
are allowed a daily sunbath to I
HELEN'S FAVORITE: world's largest grower, has surrounded of in furnace
peat the room or
Spicy Tingler keep the stems from becoming himself with the world's

(ServeS6)< ) spindly and the colors from biggest collection of commercial similar warm place. '-- ALL
5. Save bulbs. Not
2 cups apple juice fading), to garnish a border in j caladium varieties. He is one your only < -'-

,- 2 cups tomato juice a semi-shaded areas, along the of the foremost authorities on will they keep almost indefinite. FLORIDA'SCANDIDATE ,
12 whole cloves v ly in some warm climates, but
garden path, as king-size nose I caladiums in Florida and per
4 onion slices they will multiply each year.
gays in corners of the yard, a- haps the cOuntry.Here .
1 teaspoon sugar (With caladiums priced at 20
round trees in rock
Few pieces,basil gardens the school teacher, turned I cents to $10 a bulb, this is like FOR :"j
window boxes or as beauty spots
2 teaspoon lemon juice farmer has consented to
i pass money in the bank.) In cases
beneath the shrubs. '
Lemon slices evergreen I
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Combine all ingredients except After azaleas, camellias and I '1
lemon slices and just i on raising caladiums. : ground all winter it is wise to
other flowers are gone, the I
j \ heat. Strain. Serve chilled beauty of caladiums 'lingers on 1. Use every precaution possible i dig them up every two or three 4

i garnished with lemon slices. -usually from early June to get bulbs from plants years and separate them. The SECRETARYOF ...
as an appetizer beverage be- under most favorable will look better ,
, grown | plants as a result ::
through September, when they
- fore dinner. conditions if you hope to get and will become even more
like animals to STATE :
begin, some I'
superior performance. (In other prolific.
show a hankering to go into hi. "
'- Did you know that honey just bernation for the winter. I words, buy your bulbs from a 6. If bulbs are to be dug, dust Paid PoL Adv. j
(' a teaspoon of it, added to whipped --- -
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its peaks? in the hot, humid Amazon River 1 -

A discarded' table tennis paddle Valley. But with ,proper care I I II

;' _, is just the thing to use for a chopping they can brighten any corner,I

w' block for celery, onions all far northas
summer long as
,- apples, etc. The handle makes it; owjYour Candidate

:. easy to'carry around, too. I Alaska. .zx ,
:8' If you don't like a'rawcabbagetaste Last year Florida's state plant ;

" in ,cole slaw, sprinkle salt. II board inspected a crop of more

>-. on the cabbage after shredding than 24 million caladium bulbs Aid

." it, let,stand- for half an hour beforo'themeal. for distribution' Alaska and
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33 other (Many more '
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w.' By.Thomas' Collins education from the University of Florida. .. 'r-, ,:

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:.ii" A member and served as president of Alpha Tau Alpha, honorary?
; tt f HAVE made no particular make a will before yon retire.
agricultural teachers of Florida. '
I plans for retirement. I I 3. Shoot the works on health ht fraternity, University "

{ haven't thought It necessary since examinations in' these last 12 I was a classroom instructor while serving in the army, currently;
I will draw Social Security anda months: and correct any health
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pension for a total of $325 a problem you have. You probably member of the American Legion a training officer in the 'Florida-Na; ,

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IB.C. >B4Ib. J' have health coverage with your '" tional Guard.. :7 ::>*
"However, I have now passed company which would minimizethe ,'

-my 64th birthday and with one medical bills ,noW. If,the examinations A member of the following professional organizations: ".-, t'.
year before retirement; I would reveal something

&e to set my house In order. wrong, you will go to the hospital .. +.c .Flagler County Classroom Teachers'Associationfr; ->.
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Can you give me a program for with much stronger moral sup ." Florida Educational Association -<-*:\
'these,last 12 months" port and attention as '.n employeeof
I can give you,:a general 'last the company than 'as an old .*. American ,Vocational Association '

year" plan Apply it to your'per. gent on a pension. Most impor- Florida Vocational Agricultural Teachers Associations

'eaal circumstances where it fits tant, :you are about to set off on ....
aad: you should retire in good an adventure into the'Golden As sponsor and advisor of the Future Farmer of America Chapter andas '

tom Years. There's no sense in settingoff 'assistant manager of G. R. Kinney Co. in Gainesville, Florida"}
'1.. 8K ,down and read the W* with lumbago.
I print mat the email prIM la each 4. Give year wife an education have had considerable successful experinece in business management,

life ft&d health Insurance policy hi m l1e'T.' Make sore she 'understands and finance.I t

yea have. Unless yon are a re thoroughly what pensionand
markable citizen, yon have never Social Security benefit. she am not associated with nor do I have any obligations to cliques or

dose .... Look especially for will have for her lifetime If yea political powers and will not let anyone tell me how-to run my office.I ','
;.tbece ,things: is your life ..taseraee die first. Be ,sore she Baderstaads '

,'fvfctoh,was Intended to take where and why to west what will work with the school board and school personnel, promisingto
eare'.ff year dependents, going to mosey yea have. If yea own a
present all 'before the board for action. J: -
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'fee;needed far tltat-JtIrpOSe BOW? pease, teM her year views OB '';;.

Be tile premlams,on year HIe ..- whether to keep H or sea H. X I pledge to work for better educational system in Flagler County;
: fsr&Bee stop at are 66? Are there fee Is to sell M, make sare she r
JrI'O'V G i!. In these policies 'to knows hew and for how mach. Much is needed and can be done. ,-

eeavert them to uses other this! 5. Decide now where you will

death benefits aad to .termI: ate spend your retirement. Then ,.!:I AM RUNNING ON MY QUALIFICATIONS, MY RECORD IN, -:: r
tile premtema? spend every hour you can during '
OUR COUNTY HIGH MORAL STANDARDS INTEGRITY
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Are your health insurance pol- these next 12 months toward > : '

Idles with the company going to feathering that nest. As a man ,f. FORTITUDE. :JJ:: ;,,";. :,

continue after 66? For how much I who has worked for lifetime it .; ''_ t ; :,.:'>

promtooT. If they don't continue, I will be almost impossible for you L > :'
can ye t.buy private health insursaee really to like any retirement ,VOTE FOR. THE ONLY QUALIFIED CANDIDATE FOR >

for less money now than home-including the one where '
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,.ton ow.. your wife also on intimate term wife what fee .
:" 2. Make a wW far y nrweK and daytime activities; of that heaie F 'J; ; MAI EKLE(
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building materials the
You say you don't, need milk proteins cannot make itself.. ing, remember to include, along Call On US'
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when you reach 40? You're with milk and cheese, the following ,

strongScientists! say adults Two glasses of milk give you I foods in' your day's :: .'
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.need milk as much as. children I about: menu: '

'00: Adults can't afford to neglect !' % of your day's calcium need.'I, Two servings of meat, poul .
milk in their diet, Milk is' & of your protein. try, fish or 'eggs.A ; '

fa rich source of riboflavin, one % of your riboflavin. I deep green or yellow vegetable : ;
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335 calories (less.than in one once daily. :
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serving of favorite rich in :
feeling younger longer your Citrus fruit or tomato some I

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dessert) form each day. ;c'
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States is 68 year '/ In 1850 it: whole grain bread or cereaL You Need"
and easy to serve, either
was only 40 years. Now it is:
plain or flavored. Try cafe au ,
to each individual to make
up I lait (half milk, half coffee.) in The temperature of Swanacoo-
these later years more enJoy- milk shakes and eggnogs. You chee Spring in .the Madison .E Ei

able-by keeping fit in mind can eat milk, too, -in creamed County portion of Suwannee I t ti.

and. body. dishes, creamed soups, custards River State Park is from 70 degrees "
Here, are some ways you can and puddings, and .on cerealsto -I to 76 degrees the year i.
do ''it: absorbing work or hobbies
mention a few of the ways!I around. i
to keep yourself useful and 'GOOD:

- busy; pride in your years and I
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regular health examinations; Re-Elect .''f
Wise choice of food.
} Evidence is piling, up to show I RAY E. 'tGREEN "
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extent how and when you J Printing

begin; to age. Here are some

pointers about good food for k STATE COMPTROLLERfor .
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good years after 40.
food' essential Experience, Efficiency, Economy ,
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