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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: June 9, 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
oclc - 33425664
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System ID: UF00079914:00181
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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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t VOLUME 48, NO.. 22' 1 BUNNELL FLORIDA THURSDAY ;-
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i- .. ,Commission At Church Two Attending ConferenceRev. I Cattle Fever Sellers All Installment Must I, 4 'Five 4-HBoys ;

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i -Beach Accepts of the.Bunnell W. L. Spicer Methodist, Jr.,Church pastor' Tick Breakout Secure License t Will Attend -

and Dr. Allen Reynolds All installment sellers are reminded -
Land Fill PlanGeorge as Near ( I through an advertisement
-' I Church Delegate;< left Monday Jupiter Short Coarse-
I I in of The
f for Lakeland where they at at. this issue Tribune
Moody, Sr., of the tending the Florida 'Methodist I by the comptroller's office, -,
,\ Mosquito Board, appeared before Conference session there until State Veterinarian, Dr. C. L. the sellers should secure their Five boys from Flagler county

;: the Flagler Beach Town Friday. > Campbell announced' Mondaythe license through the comptroller'soffice will participate In the 41st An-

:,: Commission proposing the Sanitary discovery ot cattle fever ticks in Tallahassee. ual Boys' 4-H Club,Short Course .
Land, Fill project carried near Jupiter, Florida, Involving
tt. on at the University of Florida,
p : by the 'Mosquito Board. Band LeavesFriday several ranches' in an approximate June 13.17.1;
r He stated the project would 600 square mile area, ex
t-, : not cost the town anything and tending from Stuart to Indian. j David McKenzie Howard Taylor county agri

>.. would amount to a saving of Morning town to West Palm Beach. cultural Extension Service, says '
about 12 or more miles travel In addition, the two rancheson the Flagler county delegationwill

to the present garbage dump.. On Nassau TripBunnell which the ticks have been Has i Received include MikeMcMillan"

The Mosquito Board would con found, quarantines have been Tommy Kahlert, Mickey Ramsey -
duct the project if the Town placed on surrounding herds to I Medical
School's "Biggest Little DegreeDr. Johnny Metts, and Jessie
Commissioners prevent possible spread of ticks .
would "
,give per Band. In Dixie" leaves Friday Overby.I
mission to !the land. outside of the area. Inspectionof
use
,- The Mosquito Board would dig I morning for'9.. trip to Nas' cattle in the quarantined area David M. Kenzie, Jr., received About 400 boys from through
sau. Arrangements for the
the large ditch to dump the f weekend guided 'tour was-made has been Initiated by agents of his M.D. ,Degree from I out the state are registered for i

garbage in After the garbage through the Postravel Bureau of the Florida Livestock Board and The' Medical College of Georgiain I the annual event according to ;

if'! was dumped each day the Mosquito I Daytona Beach. : the U S. Dept. of Agriculture to Augusta, Ga., on 'June 4, according W.W. Brown, state-boys' 4-H

r" Board ,will cover the garbage The party of 40 band members determine the 'extent of the in, to information received Club agent Brown says dele-
I festation. At the time "
with five inches of soil. and eight chaperones will present here this week. gates to the short course will
k"; The State Board of Health also I leave Friday; portions of two countiesMarinand enjoy a week of instruction
r- I early morning and Palm Beach-are involved. i He graduated from Albany, en-
requires at least 18 inches, of :
: I go to Miami by bus. There they Ga. tertainment, recreation and con-
High School and received
soil on top of the final garbage Campbell, in stating that the :
will embark I
on a ship for tests.
.",,f dump. I I I[{!weekend cruise in Nassau. Dur a ticks were found on cattle con- !,. his B.A, Degree from Emory I I[
t'F;: It was also pointed out that ]I ing their stay in Nassau they signed to the Okeechobee Live. University,. Atlanta, Ga. He was Classes In agriculture will be

;.I ,- the filled land would be ready]: will live aboard the ship and stock Market by the Lainhart a Sigma Chi and a member of I I conducted each morning by Extension -

for FHA building approval inj i Will go sightseeing on the is. Ranch of Jupiter. commended Phi Phi Medical Fia temity. '1 Service specialists. First
". seven years at the most. land. Livestock Board inspectors for I Dr. McKenzie will' bgein his I[l year boys.freshmen, will receive
some
.; have experimented on Chaperones going include Mr. I their alertness in discovering I internship at the Duval Medical I instruction in two different sub.

buildings in much less time and Mrs. Walter Morris Rev. the ticks before:the infested cat.. Center, Jacksonville, on July 1. :jects each day, while senior

':.: with success., and Mrs. Thomas Pinner, Mr. tle were allowed to enter the f Dr. McKenzie is the son of : boys will choose one of eight
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accept prevent
and Mrs. C. B.Eisenbach, Mrs courses. :
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Mr. and Mrs. D.M. McKenzie of
:!1: the plan and to designate a 10.t' T. D. Wells and Mrs. L. ,Bran- ing exposure to hundreds of cat- -
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j. Daily assemblies will be devoted
i Babson Park, Florida, and the) ;
; ca don.. '!H 'nam. x ,tie sold there last week. j ,
grandson of the late Mr. and J)j to talks by leaders In ag-
;:: I The group will ,return toBun-; j i "It is too early to pinpoint the riculture
j and education including -
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Mrs W H. :McKenzie of
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Bunnel SchoolSummerSefra& nell :Monday evening. ,[source of j infestation, Bun1eu.1 President J.
Retiz
Wayne of
r. .State Veterinanan said "how. Also, he is the I
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1"- .. ever, we have' begun tracing .of. Mrs.. George Allen,. Sr.,' ofBunnell. the University of Florida.

f J i BrothefOfc L- purchases, as. ;wkll,-as..sales, of I" ...., <' """. '-<-# :.;.;.. :. -_. .. Part; :-of.each,day UUbe, setasideffe'
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cattle made by the infested "
' I I Dr. Michaels "- :: ranches that inspections maybe recreational ]activities. Competitive

I -},: Begins Monday I ;l. made in those herd to determine events including football,

r;: 'for school t I if they are 'ticky.. Presently ,Stetson Day At;' I Softball, ana: volleyball will be
: ; Registration summer 20 ,
Dies we have assigned some
TuesdayJohn under the. direction
' f, -" class will begin at 8 A..M. Monday 'I : f veterinarians and inspectors to Baptist Church: '' athletic of iiay.Graves
university director
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June. 13 at the
\ BunnelJ H. Michaels, brother" of this emergnecy outbreak.
..'i1:: school, ,Mrs. Myrtle Cockman I Dr. Warren Michaels of Flagler pr. Campbell stated while Next and head football coach.

); ( said today. This will be a six. Beach, died Tuesday at, his,J fever ticks act as vectors or Sunday Short Course contests will

, .;jr weeks'course,in both elementary home In East Orange, N.J., following hosts in spread Texas Fever, an I Next Sunday will be Stetson include the state dairy judging
I of cattle alone, that run-off tractor operators' com
and school remedial work. Infection ,
high an illness or several Day at the First Baptist Church,
the disease has not been foundin petition, public speaking con.
.W: :Parents are; urged to register months. Funeral services will I Rev. Thomas Pinner pastor, announced
of the tick infested cat. test, and
any lamp making. In ad.
their children from 8 to 12 o' In .'
1; be held St Petersburg, Flor today. I
dition
to these contests
competitive -
: clock Monday an dto see that Ida, Friday morning. tle."Further, it is highly improbable -l There will be a guest; speaker examinations will be held

-;." they are present every day from Survivors include his wife of that we will find any cat !I at both services. In the',morn- I for
several available scholar.
a,: J* 8 to 12'during-the summer term, East Orange; a sister, Mrs. 'Ella tle affected with Texas fever as ling worship service, Dr. Harold ships.

Mrs., .Cockman said. Weinstien of St. Petersburg: ; two it has been nearly 30 years since!Shultz, assistant professor of .
Campus will
be
r'jf.' .. brothers,. Dr. Warren Michaels of its existence in Florida. During I j History, of the university, will vided housing pro.
Flagler Beach, and Julius Mi. the outbreaks from 1945 to 1949, |speak. Mr. Jack Clegg will deliver In student dormitoriesand
:c J"_ Kart Races and in the most recent one in meals served in the- University -
... s chaels of Boston, Mass. I the evening sermon.
t}:i: '. 1957-58, many infested herds Cafeteria. All delegatesmust
I were found, but no animals- I Dr. Shultz is a young Canadian have achaieved certain objectives
*; This Sunday scholar who holds degrees from
t of the disease.
RitesWednesday hibited systoms In their local clubs to
Funeral Campbell stressed the fact f the University of Michigan and for
qualify attendance at Short
t. At Airport that even if the disease were de.. I Duke University. The service is Course. "

for tected in infested animals, it : to focus attention upon the importance

: ;;, '} art Races will be held this I'I' would have j no. public health of universities operat-

[ Sunday'' at the "BunnellAirport I Slovak RelativeMrs. significance as there is no dam. :. ing ,in a Christian atmosphere.. Flagler Beach : .
5 under the sponsorship of the i age to the meat (or milk, where

V.F,Woo' Post 5213, members of I Safarik dairy animals are involved), nora
Anna aunt of I Plan <
fi : danger to humans. 'F estaCarnivalOostuDle'VVinners to ExtendIts
.. the committee. said today. I Mrs. Jerry Slovak of Korona, "The tick eradication' procedure

.:i' The time trials will 'begin at I died late Wednesday afternoon, does not require the slaughter '
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:: 12 o' 1ockt. noon, and the ,races' Fishing Pier
June 1, in the "Halifax Hospital of', any livestock as in the
will getunderway. at :1:30 P.M.': in Daytona "Beaeh.Mrs. case-with such diseases as Foot Costume Parade winners in

There will'.be. A,' B, and C class Safarik was a native of and Mouth or Vesicular Exan-- the School Carnival and 'Fiesta Flagler Beach Town Commissioners .

t races and :nine :for" children un Czechoslovakia was a resident thaem in swine, but rather In.. Friday afternoon were: have made applicationto

der 1.6 'years erf age. of Brooklyn for a numberof volves merely the dipping of Preschool children, Jody Med the U.S. Government Engi

Also, as an' 'added feature, years t>before coming to Ko... infested and exposed livestockat ders; first graders, Minnie Deen; neers for a permit to extend the
f will be Powder',Puff Derby for' regular 'intervals for a periodof fishing pier 96 feet, which will
= a '. rona six months ago to reside. time sufficient to insure that second graders, George Buckles; I make the
approximately
the ladies: She was 75 yews of third Benny Gieler :
age. r rI the premises and livestock are graders, 746 feet At they
long. present
Three trophies' "will be awarded' 'I Survivors .include two sons free of infestation."",:- fourth graders, Sue Broadaway; ,are replacing several piling in
in each pace.' AM entrants must John and Martin of Czechoslovakia fifth graders Jeep Worley; sixth the present pier. .

qualify'1 by 1:15).':M., it was de ; a number of grandchildren graders Susan McMillan.Go Fire Chief Dean Peterson ap-

clared. nekes and nephews.. Owners Advised r < Kart winner was Howard .I peared before the Board Thursday ; -

The ;Rosary was said at 8 o'" Bowers. I. night with a report on the

NURSING: DEGREERECEIVED clock. Sunday evening at the Dog License Due I Fire Department The commissioners

.. SATURDAYDegrees chapel of Craig Funeral Home, voted to purchase a ,new
we/e awarded by the Bunnell. Funeral'services' j According to an advertisement Mrs. Henderson signal red light for the fire
was ,
week by the Cityof I
carried this p truck.
.Florida' .State University in Tallahassee heW from 'St ,Mary's Catholic! Bunnell in The Tribune the I Buys The Bunnell I > City Clerk R. D. Peterson;call..
to '
Saturday night a
; Church In KOrona at 8:30 :Mon. I registration and license i II ed
city dog attention the fact the first
class which heard U..S. Senator I I to
day. omorning.: Interment- are due. Monday is the regular
Plant July
George A.. SraatHets the com- ed at Espanola Cemet fouew.I' Arrangement has been made Cleaning time for the board to meet as

'meet speaker.Among Active: 'paflbeaiefs !JI. I with a veterinarian to .be at the Mrs Minnie Henderson of I an equalizing board but this

the graduates was I drew :Zatewskl, Paul SUnteh, i iI Civic Center Building on Friday, Daytona, Beach has purchased year it falls on July 4. Commissioners

Mrs, Minnie.June'Itedfers' Smith Daniel, Smlgtelski, Stanley Smlgfetofci. I June 17, to vaccinatedogs be.' the Bttrraell Cleaners from La-1 agreed to set a later
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who received, a E.S., degree InnUrsaL Stanley Koaak. and tween 8 and 10 A-MAll datefor the meeting.
m
I ;. Harris, Jr.
those who have dogs within They also voted to make preparation
Henry Mikulka. Honorary were: I Mrs. Henderson has already
corporate limits' of the i scalcoat to be
for
the
MIL Smltfc fe flie daughter of the
John Walker, J.YxFZOjn,.jg. : of the
assumed
hhve''the management
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_' Mr. ,and Mrs :C: :,'Bodgorc of city are reminded to I applied to the North Central
BelL '- ," M. Koowawki- and: Jacob Jaz-> vaccination against rabies at I cleaning plant She is'a former Avenue and N. Daytona Avenue
r- t czak. owner of j I .
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Idadiets.. j Sauces can play up the flavor and",peas with carrots, ..onions, known not for their skills."With.

: In Your Vegetables "When ',planning-" meals;.' give J I of well-prepared vegetables. Try 'celery< 'or' mushrooms. >" j meats and desserts but by their

vegetables as much consideration f cheese, mustard or egg sauce. Add herbs to me' delicious vegetables -:?
Vegetables are )Important 4n: as the main dish-,or "dessert ,Lemon butter is good over broccoli vegetables. Allow 118'to %.teaspoon t-

daily meals. They'glv a meal .Serve a variety of vegetables -asparagus and cauliflower. for four servings. The '

flavor: cplor and texture. try new recipes, and For variety, 'combine two or family may like nutmeg with I FREE PAINTOne

',If' :properly prepared, vegetables avoid over-cooking. "Most veget, more vegetable after cooking.I J carrots, acorn squash or aspara'gus extra gallon of your choice .
provide needed vitamins ables .have top flavor when ,I A few combinations are creamed i? ;-'oregano with tomatoes; or with each gallop '' you, ,buy T

"and jninefals. Many vegetables cooked'until tender': in:a small I I I f potatoes and peas with chopped I rosemary in vegetable stews and, Mary..: .Carter- Paint.. .StoraAfro "

);are. ,rich in vitamins. .A;and.,0 amount of' boiling. ;salted, ""' 7..',;;:Water onion';. lima. beans. with,. .cauli- j with peas cr spinach.. Wertgnte: Rhoppin- .Crater"" "
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: ;:' ; : : '"-" -" S :; } FAMILY REUNIONMrs. ".Charles' Hoffhasjbeen,3spend-;: .djwv* -, '-, -- .--- I
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:: :..l"J :,. aa, ,' : t t. : last week some of their relatives Hoff, Sr., from the airforce. I -FRUiiS--I- !

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DIAMONDS
f LUNA' BABBITT ., their trip from Delray Beach to Mr. and Mrs. W. I*. Masemoreare 'I' : --

:v ; 'Telephone 'HEmlock 9-2898 .: North Carolina. home from their trip to MIami wrrlw I III.

., They were :Mr. and Mrs. ;Jess ,,Coral Gables'and Key West ?- r v rrwy
'. > '' Johnson and their daughter I for a' week's vacation.. : ;t
DAILY VACATION < ?:= FLAGLER BEACH : '
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; ; 1it. Jessie from Delray, and ?vir.Johnson's II. REFINANCE DEBTS
BIBLE'SCHOOL. I METHODIST CHURCH / ; over With
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i' '_ brother in law 'and 1 Rev. Reynold is : attending a Long I

Daily Vacation Bible School f Rev. Reynold Hoover:'minister., sister, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh *Mc- .. the Annual ,Conferenceof FEDERAL LAND BANK

held preparation ,day Saturdayat of the Flagler' Beach Methodist Whirter and son, Hugh, Jr., of Florida Methodists, in Lake- I

the First Baptist 'Church with I Church, announced a change in t j Dallas, Texas. Jess Johnson land,, this, week.0. ..- .-v FARM LOAN

about 75 children registering. schedule beginning Sunday, I formerly lived in Bunnell and ,is R. W. BRYAN '

Mrs- Andrea Springer conductedthe I June. 12. ':The Sunday school a brother in law of Mrs. Lillian Mrs. Duane Code of Daytona i Production Credit Assruv.? ,

exercises for the principal, time has been changed to 9:30A. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Beach visited here during the : Wednesday10:00PALATKA ;

Mrs; Margaret Aaron,. and a pa. I .M. "and the morning worship Johnson of Bunnell joined them weekend with Mr. and Mrs.. Walter I FLORIDA": .-
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'rade 'through town closed the service will be held at 10:30. All for the occasion. Green. She was accompanied I \

day's program. The town fire services are held in the 'Flagler by eight young ladies who were i I II

truck led the parade and was Woman's Club building. Please Rev. and Mrs. Reynold Hoover in her Daily Vacation Bible j I -

followed by 12 cars and about note change of time.t. have been entertaining their School class at the Douglas.Park j Community I
Church. '
30 iblcycles. The Woman's Society of Christian daughter, Mrs Carson Balback, 'j

Assisting with the classes are Service will. meet Thursday, from Warren, IlL, who was ac Miss Carolyn Preston' of Jacksonville Memorial Church

Mrs. Elmer Gollen, -Mrs. Joe t I June 9, at 9:30 A.M.: at the home companied here by her daughter visited here this week I Inter-deiiomlnatlonal-. I

Bruce,. Mrs. Margaret Bruce, I r of Mrs. Reynold Hoover on Central Julia and son Stuart for twoweeks. with her parents, Mr. and I 1 Daytona Ave. i E

Mss Betty League, Mrs..Chancie: Ave. The program will be : Joseph Preston. Mrs.j FLAGLER BEACH
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Weaver, Barbara- Weaver, Mar I j r by Mrs. Bernie Wilson. Mrs. I :- . .. .. ,. .
gie. Schatz, Diane Springer, Mrs.'I r George Bondy' will have_ charge - Sunday School 10:00A..::M.

Jack,Robinson and Mrs. Leonard', of the devotioH. Mrs. Harry I I Church Service n:00' AfM.

Brock;, % 'r j'r Treadwell, president, 'will pre II R. W. DtCKERT. 'I Pastor-i',

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Rev. Glen Taylor, pastor of I side. CEANPRAYFsrmerly -' EVERYONE: WELCOME I

<' the Church, will be, free next I, The Methodist Men's. Club .

week from his teaching ,duties will meet Monday evening, June

in St. Augustine and will be,the 13, at the home of Paul Kelley NOTICE, OF SPECIAL: TAX

John I IEI HOOF ASSESSMENT
principal. on Anderson Highway. \ TO ALi NOTICES INTERESTED:
TAKE that the roll of
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special assessment heretofore
r BUFFET-SUPPER I :' / by the Town Assessor for the pur-
. Mr. and bars Chris Britton of defraying that part of the A
BY' WOMAN'S J OPENING 'SATURDAY : costs which the Town Commission
and '
The Flagler CLUB'I I their daughters, Beverly :. decided should be paid and borneby I
.and Melody, arrived last week special assessment for the paving

.. planning a from Berrien Springs, Mich to -. .' < ," of that portion Road of Connecticut 11 to the
State
Thursday, June 16 be servedat ? JUNE 11OPEN :\ Avenue from I
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Jo spend two weeks with Mr. .and I I I : East side of John Anderson Highway -
the club building from ,5:30 is now on file at my office
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Mrs.. William Babbitt and fam- for public Inspection.
until 7 P. M: Donations for I i r HEREBY GIVENthat
6:30 A. M.-9'o0 !" NOTICE IS
P..M..
\ I ily. During their visit they have the Town Commission of the
adults and for children
are $1.25
; Beach will meetat
bene sightseeing around and : '. Town of Flagler
75 cents. Mrs. _Florence Schwenk the Town Hall In said Townon .
also motored to _Miami for a I Glenn '& ,Ruh" = Dorothy & Leonard the 16th day of June I960 to-
x' and Mrs.,Julia Moody,are on the R review said assessment at which

" preparation committee.- short visit. while in,..,, the-'<.'--.. state. I -.fl.- ': -.;.. ./,. ;"..,,." :yQ: -,' --c x -r ,' .;:"_: I time given and all place persons opportunity interested will.to be be

The Flagler County Shrine heard.
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TT ",'(, (' ,'-' "", :; .> : DATED: May. 20, 1960.
Club, is to have their dinner for I j.-: :. \7: oJ RUDOLPH D. PETERSON ,

the' month ,on Thursday, June _. ;-' 1'\, Town Clerk..
June --16-3tc
9, in ,the Woman's Club ,build. 7' 4 \_',:
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> Ing served by the club's new ; ; : ,. THE CIRCUIT COURT
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food committee. Send YourFLORIDA i IDA"IBT .CJIAJlQpByf O.:4 ; .
.i'.' H. T. COOK andwife"
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.. CONDUCTS CEREMONY, C IN.DELAND OF.C: ... .v'kF,1::

E. H. Threadgill" was master ; .. Corporation etc., et Defendants al.. I

f of ceremonIes. for the Ladies' : 1 ',,'" 'L;, NOTICE TO DEFEND '
,Night Dinner of the Orange City '" 'f. IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF
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Chamber of 'Commerce which :t. ;:,,.' : Today! Tropic State Investment Com .,
was held Thursday: evening-:'at .": .... pany.and dissolved Florida Haynes
.ti: \ J't. __ tion. W K Tavel, H. S.
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the DeLand ,Country Club. Mr. t't. worth sometimes known as H. 8,
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Threadgill is' on. .the board of I <: : ", : :,;\. *Siinimergrams Help I Florida. Grow. ... .. : worth.Haynsworth Marie and K.H. Tavel S Haynes' and

Boucher D. Haynesworth some..e
directors of that chamber of com, T It
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: : .; .>- times known Boucher D. Hayns-
Dr. James W. Parrish | Boucher D.' Haynes-
merce. worth and
Stetson University vice presi-1 I '"'-1:1. .-;>l\i ..Give your oiit-of.town friends the Honda pfeasure, picture,' x Tropic worth, State as director Investment trustees Company.of

dent speaker for the r \ and each and all the unknown
was guest .
,_ evening. -_ \ .;:.?..Pick.up. a supply of "Swiwiwrfrain11 color postcards ROW. assigns trustees or successors other parties in claiming interest.
by through under or against said

:' :Mr and''-Mrs/Al Dompe from t* :::* ti.- ,. at yew FP&L &fftce. Urge your friends to spwd thair;! s'Arv!! I whom dissolved can corporation be located, and none it not of

being known whether there are.any
" Crescent City have'been staying Y.vacation: surviving trustees:
. In their beach home here for .. : in! Fterida..aiid to Mk over .4 J. H. Michael. Anna R. Brackneyand
husband. Stacia A. Brackney
: the last week. :? if alive and If dead their unknown
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" .': :;.,,' tile many, tastoess art professional heirs, devisees or other legatees parties grantees.creditors claiming.

::- Nolan of Seville by. through under or against J. H.
Mrs. 'Robert y '
Ff- 'oiprtu-nitifis- that timt l ere..Send: < Michael. Anna R. Brackney and
your ,
\ has ,been :over to: her beach, husband Stacia A. Brackney, de-

:', home several times this month ?,'--:-; ';" :: : zrgraN1: FferMa cal cards '-. ,,, .,': ceased Any;and and all persons (save and .
now. ""'
r a few days each, time. '. -- : v except the plaintiff herein) havingor

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J'i. r 1 *ItEE b -; terest in and to the lands involvedIn
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this -
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Ii' Mrs. Ta tir:Vogel has returned ( ;; <-," scribed r
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:to' her home. making a '1
t'. : 6'ff and residence of each of the above
, trip to Washington, D. C. In ff );: -. named parties is unknown. I')
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Jacksonville she met her sister & '- ;- You and each of you are hereby
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tram St.'Petersburg, and they ';..s' I.l! .. :Ji.':'.. :, ''. s'- brought against you to quiet titleto

,. made the' :'trip- to be with their ft' ('I ( Y }? :fI1F $ situate the in following Flagler County described Florida lands_

nephew, .Helmut .Winkler, who ..... fr to-wit Blocks: Eighteen (18), Thirty

was there from Germany: to attend & .; three. (33),. Thirty-four (34JT.
: I 'vi' Thirty-five (35) and Lots One
i. a .NATO. Conference... z ; '-,.! (1) to Six (6) inclusive, and
j : ', Lots ten (10) to Twelve In.
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of the Town of Bunnell. accord
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ment Company recorded in Plat
Book 1 at Page 2 of the public
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i In the above styled court by the '
above named plaintiffs and you
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., Fri. & Sat. June .1011COMAMC8E or by your attorney with the
;; ) Clerk of said court your answer
,'.>, .' STATION t or other defensive pleadings to the
.., '. .) Uasa..rrs complaint in said suit and to servea

t:. ,,:' ,'., : -.'I.. I '. = whose copy address thereof upon is Citizens H. T. Cook.Bank _
< '. r* Building. Bunnell. Florida on
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Randolph SefH Nancy : 5th- day of July 1860.
and the Flagler Tribune which la
::: -. c = w9. : a newspaper meeting the requirements -

;' : :r :tc < purposes prescribed is hereby by designated law for such as

the newspaper in which this notice
,: Sun.'& Moo. June 12.13
: shall be published once a week for
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WITNESS my hand ae Clerk and ,
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T y } Celia 1 Emery' V Mr.' and Mrs.' '"McMI- -'F of.'Waynesville,*:'N.JC:.-..1Wh1teley \ ," S L

Whiteley of So. Central Ave.. 'A *v .\
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Receives Junior s sister from', Tampaj
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Fiagler Beach, have returned "" -7' ;'" <
College Award -' from a. 'three weeks vacation Florida, summers tle'each .

spent in the mountains outside!i!year. :Yrr ". '.t'l-, -
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". honors at a special awards J ; NOTICE TO ":'i- V:
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i: :V FACULTY MEMBERS i RECEIVING DEGREES assembly !
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IETIILMEICHAIT ::
-. HONORED AT A FROM STETSON Of the 19 candidates for the } .

SUPPER PARTY UNIVERSITY Hall of Fame awards scheduledfor '
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F If; L presentation at commence-II If. you make installments sales, you should.be licensed .: ,

i-:-: A farewell party for the ladies Among the candidates for de- ment exercises named was Miss under the new Retail Installment Sales Act: ,. ,. '

of the Bunnell school. faculty gres at Stetson University commencement -: Celia Joyce Emery of Bunnell. I Send''Your$5 license fee to ..; ',"
J': was given on Tuesday evening exercises during'the She, is the daughter Mr. .and
b.;", at the' Louis Steflik home on past weekend were-Zelda Louise Mrs.. Harold Emery of Espanola. j : RAY E.'GREEN'.1".
p' East Moody' Boulevard.: Hostesses Brooks Smith of Bunnell and. tt' State Comptroller, ''! .- V '
for 'the occasion, Ocala, and Wilda Strickland Tallahassee :-",\:'" : ".
were Joy
%... "- Mr, and Mrs.w* L.Sheffield, Sr., .,
'to TonklJll Jeari- of BunnelL... They're. 1.
Viola and Hargett .
,.. Steflik, : and family have moved to Jacksonville -
" ,=' Cannon. ceived their degree of Bachelorof j I .
; ne ( where.j hey will reside. -
i a", <-' ;A candlelight -covered dish Arts in Elementary Education :- ( Mr. Sheffield is ,employed with ::jj7 '
{II.1( supper-r was':served 'on the patio. and plan teaching, careers.. the ,F.E. C. .Railroad and was I \ F >1\-\

'z=, Bingo prizes were won by Em? I transferred to the Bowden se -1i
tt Pi ma Murray, Sara' Rodgers, Marl :'
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Mr and Mrs. T. E, Holden left 't.r":
guerlte Hornsby, Kathleen Baker "
0 last week for several weeks in :
:g'. and Lois 'Hlg {nbotham.., Elizabethton- Tenni:, Mr, and Mrs George Geibert .: : tiIO't8Ic''e'

t': and son, Holland, of Jacksonville ", "
FAMILY, OF MRS. recently visited here with '
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t' MUZYKA HOLDS Frier of Allentown S. C. .\ .
t. M. H. relatives. They, were accompan : '
f: REUNION SUNDAY .. visiting here this week with led by her mother, Mrs. Maude vAn
his mother, Mrs.' Laura*Frier,
:" Members of the Forsythe and Holland, who had visited in
I'A ; : Muzyka families held a reunion and his brother, Hubert.:: Frier, Jacksonville, several weeks. i Ordinance was adopted May 6, 1957,
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t. at Kingsley Lake Sunday with providing for, the licensing, registration and ;
and Mrs. Z. G. Holland,
about 35 attending. They visited Mrs. 'Dora Tucker has recently Mr. vaccination against rabies of .all dogs within :
Grant Zach-
i-- the church there where Mrs. returned to the home of her son. Jr., and sons and
'. have moved to their home I the limits of the of Bunnell..
the former Mrs For. ery, corporate: City :
',i': Muzyka, A.W. Tucker, after receiving
;; sythe, was baptized and .married. -' :medical treatment. the-'local,] on West Moody Boulevard after
t-._ They also.enjoyed a picnic hospital I for three .weeks.' spending several; months in
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dinner there. Hastings. '? Arrangements, have been made ,to have a

t./ tending Amongthose were: from Mr Bunnell and Mrs.at Mr. and Mrs.. I. I. Moody and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Cameronof Veterinarian at- the Civic Center Building" -Fri.r .

', Charles Muzyka;'Mrs Tl: E. Love- daughter, Nancy, visited ,here Belverdere, S. C., arrived here day June'17, 1960, to vaccinate your dog between .

''" lace Jr.,. ,and .daughters; Mr during the weekend with their Sunday for an extended visit the hours.of 8:00 A. M. and 10:00 A. M.
h- '" and Mrs. Lee Blakely and brother in law and sister, Mr. with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Deen. _

i:':"' daughter;-Mr. and Mrs.' Richard :and Mrs. M. B. Fuller and his Mr. Cameron Will receive .media ,. Vy 0 .

giv Cantrell Vonnle Knight and son Father, George Moody, $r. .' cal treatment and possible surg ; ,.. < '
Jim Bray; ery while here. CITY OF BUNNELL -4w
$ ;K Perry Mr. and Mrs V. .-r -

/f/J-i-Y'' Marie Muzyka and'Nancy. Youfe Mr. and Mrs. P: X Stanlsh of l\ rs. Pete Trad and four young .; 'L., H. Drady. ? tV": -':

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fee. here
St Augustine-were visiting* "
Palatka sons left last week for their Clerk .
f 'them from City
; Joining with Mr. and Mrs. VV
;. were Mrs. Muzyka's,son and his Paul Saturday.Stanish. home in .Phoenix, Arizona, aftera ,'V '.
[.;;'"" family, 'Mr,,and Mrs,' Paul For- visit here with Mr. and Mrs.

l If sythe'and'children.>from ,Palatka.t Mr., and Mrs. Robert Moody* Louis Trad.F. f I, :- .. _. ,' $.."._ =. "

Ei ......_.. .... .__... and children left Sunday for a A. Talley, evangelist at the ,
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ttr \ 0., F. ALFORD, Mpody's parents. 'They\: recently' patient at the J local hospital TVVV '

sJ': Regis.red' returned from .three f years in the where he is receiving*, medical BRANNAM'SFood '

'1f--: V I[Real' Estate, Broker I: Canal Zone where 'he' was stationed treatment, < '.
: with the- U.5. Army.

'].:, ,.'. ........ ....Bunnell..........? ,-Flori4a.J"......",.,... I ing After he three will months be stationed special in train Augusta I :Mrs. J,. C. Rodgers and Mrs, Market
attended
J. W. Cauley commencement
m :, THE, OUlBOARtiER I Ga. exercises in St. Au I t:, ;, ,

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gustine Friday
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left during the weekend class..
past member of the graduating
Storage Free Ramp' 119 N. BAY St. Phone ID 7-3496
for Lima, Peru, where he will .
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ment for two .years. Tbey'spenti SEE .
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u. ': with relatives in the States and Eatabilehed'V .
... I Copeland Hickory Smoked .
g{ were guests of their son and ; ':.'.1940"1, V' >
daughter'law and family Dr. I
r'i..:", and Mrs. Allen Reynolds. H S -' f"?.: : I HAMS Half or Whole : tb 49c.

'. Swift Seminole V
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cam : Mrs Virginia Wyndham anddaughter SLICED BACON :.J2 89c
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\'; I "Lorraine, and Mrs. \iB G and Little .T'ripa" Ibs
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Buddy, Wadsworth ,went to Bax .... Butts V "
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'f;..K'.. I ley, Ga., Tuesday to attend the Phone CL, ,2-7451 PORK ROAST :-': ,
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I funeral of their :aunt: 'Daytona Beach Florida I lb .
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T Minute Maid 6 oz.
2 I Mr. and Mrs.:, R;) :Burgess of '

Miami, visited .here Thursday .LEMONADEMinute ,8 for$1I .

with friends. They,were returning !:: I Maid 6 oz. "b
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to ,Miami free a visit. in }
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!,, ED, PL$ DY 5AYS'HLS Mr. and Mrs. Andy Anderson:
"3.: WtFES THE BEST LOUD and little sea' returned to, their CORNfor4ic
." SPEAKER HE' -EVER HAD home in Atlanta SUnday after. _
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a a short visit,hefe with Mr.: and. lESTHERW1LLIAMi1 Birdfieye 10 oz. t ,::: 4 .' (,.

.. Pardon :w for Wowing our (Mrs. LouTrad. Mrs: Anderson REHtARSNG AND SHOOTtHG A TV SHOW GREEN PEASl 19 ,
horn..;.buV.we think our auto the former JCiss Janet .Trad' CYPRESS, GARDENS ; : .
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mobile sendee just the best tis Buniwil. '- JUNE 11.31 BirtUeye 10 oz. r I ',--
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; to.'yo r--rt' Drive fh NOW LEAF SPINACH V '. : tge: 1

for a'compete and thorough : ,tA t
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t-: Catch r with- only- 1956 passing- lastyear's reports., \_.:. ,1';: ;. > :.-: -' -" ':, ::7;::' ;

Shrimp ; 'figure. The gain last i This total "take" from the sea I .. -

"" year, however; was not enjoyed was 16 per cent above the average .

i; last Year Was by each .classification 4sh. for the past five years'I ..: CRAIG FUNERAL HOME '.' '.

;The/shrimp catch was appreciably 'catch amounted to ..205,819,000L '

I Below Average : :off and, food fin 'fish, .L.pounds. 'I i -, :-: .'A; H. CRAIG. Funeral DirectorX :- '.:". ,
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though above the fiv ;;year Fish of 1 Associatey) .0.,'"', '
1 have long: been' one t {# : :JOKH HARDIN. ; "- .
Wage, was below the 1958 .av.'J I' t .
FI.orida'sprincipal' resources. .J.. '
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fishermen -"
z..: Commercial operatIng 1 ..
: ; ; Am. .
} the trade body painted but 'Various OXYGEN. ?
Florida's coasts 'brought r research programs now LADY .... -11'>2. .
t. off : : E
Menhaden and other inedible .being conducted the University ",;' CONDmo zi ',- I EQUIPPED. y
,61 of, two hundred by
'" .catch over ;>>, .
I'fish brought in last year were CHAPEL'ATl'ENDANT"
;> million pounds of saltwater fief [ of Miami's Marine Laboratory AMBULANCES .
responsible for swelling the): to. and by'state universitiesFlorida's -
of all.types last year, the Flor !
;. ... tal catch.. These ,fish are. used I Phone ID 7.3532
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: .: Ida, State, Chamber of Commerce ,
\ -. for various industrial purposes, I I
i dairy industry in 381 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA / i iI jL
principally in manufacture.
11959'grossed 88000000.:
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of'oils and fertilizer. -
LASSIFIED I I
r'.. The volume of food fin fish'j

.- ::.....:i,. : ,. ,caught-last,year came.to 74154-; L

..'" : ADS., 000 pounds, a gain of 4 per cent:1 I AREA HU'SINESS'DIRECTORY. I' ;

over the average. Menhadenand .
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': 1Jaia eades tils..eag sine related fish totaled 69,739 .
:'t., 3 eeata per word each Iaaerll... I
SO cents I* minimum char.. 000 pounds, 87 per cent more
J. AUTO SERVICE :BUILDING SUPPLIES FLOOR COVERING
than the
., ., FOR SALE Miscellaneous average. ". I
f'.;#. household items. See Thursday, Shrimp? crabs, ,lobster and McDANIEL'S WICKLINE .. Tilecraft Company"LET
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other shellfish amounted to 61-
; r : ". June 9, only, at 301 tf* Church Service Station Building Supplies US FLOOR YOU" tl
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;. street. 899,000 pounds, down 9 per cent. _
69ltptf return- CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS 'Armstrong & Kentile I
The sponge crop, slowly STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS -
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* ,' .' FOR SALE-New portable elec- Ing after disease virtually wipedout Tires-BatteriesMinor Repairs STEEL Sold and InstalledAll I

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:*;".*.*;/ inents, retail value $192.50. Can pounds, compared to an average !j" Bunnell ID 7-7119 Ormond Beach OR>7-318i 1

>7- I see FEC .depot $130XX. of ,31,000 pqunds. All told the [r' Biddle Gulf Service FURNTPURE .
I CLEANERS
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..{ 'f'I ---:. j GAS-OIL-:LUBRICATION- Ormond Bedding and

:: FOR SALE-Furnished 2* bed., }t Moody | GULF TIRES .& BATTERIES. BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY Furniture Co.

5. room, house on Deen Road, closer j Open 7 A.:M.-10 E.M.- -7 Days CLEANING Substantial Discounts on- AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE

In. Contact'owners ., SERVICE t I
}: 4' on premises $10 Tradeln Covers Down
.. PAINTINGPhone State &Lambert US. 1-ID 7-7190 Payment t
i.. at.. .405 West. Deen Road.. 6-9-ltp,, '> Open ,Dally S to 0 I ,R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner

I p ID 7.3240 I, Colonial Service StationEARL ..CLOSED THURSDAY NOON 69 Granada, Ormond Boh. OR 7-6411
t1 .. FOR SALE Retirement home Phone ID 1-3188 w

, ,':.__ -furnished.: Two bedroom cement .. ,BUNNELL, FLORIDA E. RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION 115 N. Bay SL Bunnell GARDEN SHOP

: tlock. One block from ocean I 1JT THE CIRCUIT COURT .OF' : Gray's Garden Center

r" '.'::.:, arid one',block from .post office.I I FLAGLER IN. CHANCERY COUNTY NO. FLORIDA.4018. .' MOTOR TUNE-UP j CONCRETE PRODUCTS' Headquarters for Gardening Need t(

:{.. : PJibne HE. 9-2047 June iMf I LAURA BROWN GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES Ceramics Gifts.. Dry ArrangementMaterials .
,F Plaintiff '
Your: "Q" For Concrete
:- va.. u. S. HIWAY 1 CUNNELL
t' :;; FOR SALE Outboard motor, 7',$ ELROY BROWN Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers

k:0 'horse Eyinrude, $25. Call ID 73847 NOTICE, TO, 'Defendant.DEFEND .- GET YOUR GO-BOY \ Dial CL 38113DAYTONA TORO LAWN MOWERS "

before 9 P.M; Thursday; THE STATE OF FLORIDA? TO: and make Carts with McCullock, BEACH 147 Tomoka'ORIIOND Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051 I

,;. 4iine' 9.. ,o.9-ltp4' Elroy N. Cuba Brown Road West Bend: or Clinton Engines. \

/ : : ... ....". < Cuba, New York Tires and Cart accessories' at, Quillian's Concrete, Inc. GIFT SHOP i

: :.Z{ FOB, RENT at 12 Pine ,St. :, two suit You has are been hereby filed notified against you that' In a CORBETTS, SUNOCO, SERVICE

' ,blocks from shopping center. the ,above entitled cause; and you i iare' STATION. Fresh Orange Juice I
hereby required to file your answer DRUG STORES -
(..;)". Unfurnished 3 bedroom, living with the Clerk of this Court. ,Bunnell TeL ID, 77123Hall's ,
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.>. room kitch ni bath and utility and to serve a copy thereof upon '
, ; THE AUTRYS
plaintiffs attorney.
the plaintiff or Anderson;Drug Store
'p'. ;TOpm, plus"fgarage. Water furn whose name, and address. Is": Atlantic Station' .. 1
. W. Cecil Grant GIFTS
ished. SOUVENIRS &
$50.00 month. Prescriptions
Street jTack Hall
per 407% Main Proprietor '

... Same..location r upstairs, 2,bed .later Daytona than June.Beach 17th Floridanot A.D. 1960.'If : -...;. Sick Room Supplies AlA at 4th ,St. FLAGLER BEACH \

Tooms furnished Apt.- nice and you fail to do so, decree pro i iI GASOUSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccessories. Sundries '
entered against' .
clean with new 'rugsand. bode confesso you for the will.be Teller demanded in the ROAD ,[SERVICE: BUNNELL- HARDWARE
r';. Water furnished j I of complaint. The nature of 1
$40.00
#_ ; : ___ spreads. ? said suit bein for divorce. .: .BUNNELL Tel. ID 7S652Sullivan's Bunnell Farmers Supply Co
per month. .. I I! WITNESS my hand and seal of JOHN DEERE .
For information write or tall said Court this- llth day of Mar, Gulf Service ,Moody's' Pharmacy Agricultural&.Industrial Equipment

E.P.' McGee, P.'0. Box 1336, SC A.D.(,Official 1960.Seat' ) Plagler. Countyfs Corner Drug Store STEEL
RALPH E: .HARBERT., GULF PRESCRIPTIONS Bars &: Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled f
+;" Augustine, Fla._ ,Phone VA"9-,9665.. Clerk of said Circuit Court GASOILSLUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSORIES Black&:Galvanized Pipe & Fitting
1926& ,June, '2-9-4tc DRUGS SUNDRIES '
May
: ;-. June 3-3tpTOB ----:-' LAWN MOWER REPAIRS
-',' ..it" CORPORATE Beach Information'Service and' FOUNTAIN SERVICE DEEN RD. Phone n* 73143
( SALE' OR RENT Small CWDISSOLUTION -Specializing-
excellent I% THE NAME. ANDSTATE THE Clean Rest Rooms"In Bunnell: Flo. Phone ID 7-3661 THAT FAMOUS PAINT
location
:cottage -, near AUTIIORITY. OF '" OPT 'The Heart ''of Flaglor Beach
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school, phone ID 7.3706 eve* FLORIDA
ORMOND PRESCRIPTION
x ALL WHOM THESE PRES- AUTO REPAIRS Exclusively at
k xiings. 62.2tp ENTS SHALL COME. GREETINGS:. -
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Whereas W.S, Atkinson Jr.. PHARMACYSick I(FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE
,.':' ?,:' Bunneli. Florida; Harry Atkinson. Shield's Service Station Room Supplies-Sundries a .
Atkinson.
. Elise
: ," ;: ,RURAL, ,LADIES Bunnell,, Florida Florida: did on the zttndaynof .Arcadlua HabeL Mechanic 24-Hour Prescription Service
'. "_ There Is:an earning opportunity April. AD. 1958. cause to COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS Flagler'Beach HE 9.2103
Free Delivery Beach
: '. for you representing AVON COS be incorporated under the pro in Flagler
a.c. .. METICS' and TOILETRIES. Open- visions of Chafter. 608 Florida Right Now We'll Overhaul, and Rt AlA 1 mi. North of
; ,,! Inga In Flafcler County. Write Statutes. Company, Repair 'Your- Power Mower ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR T-1661 Village Hardware Center
, '.. \ =" Manager box 216. Lockhart Fla. I a corporation. with its principal No Job Too Biff Or Too Small
: Flag- HOUSE FAINTS
Bunnell.
at '
:,i- u.. place'ot County business in the' State of Florida 111 No. Bay SL.. Bunnell Thompson PharmacyYour
let Match and mix color
t':: '. FOR. RENT furnished 1 bed- and whereas the Proper officers of, Health Is Wealth any
did on the 30th EDGAR'S GARAGE Builder's Kitchenwcre
such corporation Supplies -
!:; ; room apartment just renovated, of May A.D; I960.,cause to be I Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS ,
f ';'" ., 53aOpper" giant ,,.ID 73304.JUST fifed in the' office of the Secretary 24-Hour Towing.e. <. GIFTS GREETING CARDS
.o
.-,, i of Stkta of the State ,of 'Florida. 'I AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420
" J.\i..! S:5.U -.. duly authenticated resolution COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS In Our Hands
!; o'..:;: ; adopted by the stockgolders, under Automatic Transmission' Service .OrD ..d Drug A Prescription Shop '
ARRIVED! I the provisions of said Chapter 608, Wheel Balancing-Front End JEWELER
1J.t. F Florida .matutes. showing the ,dissolution Alignment .J'!141_ W. Granada, -Ormond 7.1421'
:: > New *Molo
".: :-' 445.00. ; :Easy Terms. Thompson, State Now does therefore hereby, the certify Secretary the_foregoing Flagler Beach Sundries Jeweler

h-.i; 'Music Co,-.135'Volusia: Ave., Day. 'and that he is satisfied been that' TRANSMISSION SEALTEST ICE CREAM Elgin Watches-Diamonds
have
-" of law
- i : : : FIona: ,Bfaeh.: JCL, 28215. complied the requirements-with. 'have : HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC 'SWim Suits for Exceptional GUts

', ',;. April. T-tl- f hf'reuntopet IN WITH my WHEREOF hand and have SERVICE. ; AlMhe Family Watch Repairs Engraving \
Seal of the Stateof
Great
. ;mod NEW :ROME FOR SALE or rent Infixed Florlda.at'the Tallahassee' ; :,the Repairing- Rebuilding 'Notices-Souvenirs I iGILL 49 w. Granada Ormond Beach

.i:J. ,2 bedreem; 6' .rOom, house with Capital.. tht uso.the Thirtieth,-' ,-day of, Central' Florida''s first specialists laAUTOMATIC OR 7-2384 I
May. A D. TRAWStoSIOHS
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f:, ; : :: Central lisatliNSr- and air *conditionlBg. .(SEAL) R.-A.Secretary GRAY of State 1239 Rldgewood. Holly Hill I DRUG COMPANY I'RADIOTELEVISIONPAUL'S
'i_,: OR 7-1S81
Complete kitchen.Capitol
;: June 9--ttc: rJ Walgren AgeBcrPR.ESCRIPTIONS RADIO & TV

,,' "- ...-r.;.;::: .. ;'mil' Korona, .'Fla. IN :VMK CIRCUIT COURT OF BAR AMP PACKAGE STORE Atenna Sales & Installations ,

;;.;,,_..,..'-"t,: ,,'. ID -3M. a-f': e April 7=. :tf IN COUOTYrFg r'reA, 11 11Fla6Jd1R FLAGLER. BEACH Authorized Sales RCA: Victor I
Sic Room Supplies Sundries
}4 :" .FOR: : SALE. Thee ideal .lots;on ANTONIO, # SALSONE.. Plahitift: ". HOTEL BAR -I9t/' 19 W. Granada Ave. Orm.nd Beach We repair all other TV A Radio acts 1

1:'.7 Yy ';' North ,Meec ; St. ,close;,>> ; to,.school, PASt2UALINA'.SALSOIt. .- Place '. OR 7-525O' 1370 Ocean Blvd AlA ,
;:; paved .atoraBt In town, needs 'no De1'.tul.tt.-:. 'Tie. Heeling ,' ... Ormond Beach OB 7.2852NURSERY
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):{.. ,y filing* 'IN**?, to build 91. Coy THE iS-ATE; OF.TO FLORIDA.Pasqualip DMFN ".TO!. : : : 'of Flagler Servo Cot!; FLOM8TS ,

: ', ..' ,G. 'Harris.,, a-21-U SalsoneTresiltco. "'JIa tssd Yvonne q"
.' : ; Calabriahereir :!'. BAMBOO Blacks Flower Shop -

i ;'A :l( New Gas Custr. -)I' Italy'I'rovr Reglo: -. BAR & COCKTAIL 2 Mocks west of Railroad on Wagon Wheel Nursery

.'..:.;; .'"'; tOniets, ,Jwyaedlafely. HARRIS'I 'Tou'_ are' ,notide4 'that In a'slit Shade Trees. Potted Plants
filed against you LOUNGE
.-' 1KrrTt&QAS: :COMPANY, Phone:I tM abeve has been. entitled .pee;, aa4 you .Moody, turn right on Forsythe ,
'ale answer Olt U der feW MGU9Ot one
ulre4.t
your
r ; .1lfT ,.BunneUJOBMBTON'S- ::1. --tf :hereby... the cleric of this Court. Firs' for All Ocosftloas 1.000 plant free; with every
: : H if?" and te or lalDtltt"B Bunnell Phone ID 7-3348 vanities at reduced price Beat in
attorney
' the :plalatilfwhose ; 9 ,.... town.
:i -- and ad4l1'eee Is: geMa >>lYd, AlA n.p. f
!/.f name .J I B4M S. 17.S. 1 Hwy Ormoad Beaefc
,: I IIlt $aesuaL V.. .hP. =
: .O. Box: m' J FUEL OK.KING'S.
f 7LJ BEACH :REALTY CO. J9aat PaltIIa. Florida 'GAS'1JHAgRIS TRAVEL AGENCYORMOND

' {,,;-'''.-:',"' : ."t tLpya_ '- .OCEAN. FRdfT I, ,not' It,lae-r you, tan.o,4Id than',JIy- .as 1th.'D.U64, aseree.pro; .' BOTTLt!: GASBOTTLE : : TRUCK ,STOP BEACH

" ",-k :'f" .,<\" ',WATT*'PIaOIfr,. F e D,... will be, '.t@re4_agalast. or VitXFLAQUER :
tIM .
deaa'I
>>: : } ;. '- '" 'ot' ntnling ,7%' ..-.e # COUMTyS', ONLY' PHILLIPS ttf GAS Sc OILS 'I TRAVEL AGENCY Inc.
: bill
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: for<#.ltlocaethds .' the County on AIr. fy'ua, & SteamshipTickets'
'. ,'O' ; ; eatate .... ...... .. 'HOME OAI cow .AIr ettrary in '
( : OWMED 1- Tours. and CruUe5r-Worl4 Wide
, ";t*..: .:.': '1Ii.-i -;2Iit .- .. 'f.!: ?th. -J%$ DONE,1D '7-3551 fael Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fuel Domestic Airline Tleketa Always.
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Gasoline Available no Extra Charge
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kALPR' ;S.
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II ": I- i :;i &;--t. V-L S*,.;"" :-'Saving _6d"vcil'_' -"f -"> 7j'Ic'' :,:- I
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r ,b, Hams) Whole' or String trr Eid 49 I Golden I Fluffo49


""'" .. : CENTER. .... SLICES. Ib.. ,. .69 \ '. 'LIMIT (1)) 'WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER

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r ; 1 r Pork: Roast' 'it: 29C Fruit,:. Cocktail. 7 '4 fo'r 89 .


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SWIFTS BROOKFIELD ..:l ft-QUARTERS
I FIRST CUT (WESTERN) ,

$h 00 Buner' ::: :: :., .:.. '59 'fr
:Pork 31 :
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Chops ; ;;ft, : ':. 4 ,
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LIMIT (1)<.WITHFOOD'ORDER.. .. .. : '
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TENDER JUDY'a : .:!; i ,j\:: .', : :; '
]J I .'(i J WITH,, .*-:$5.ddFOOD/*""-,,* 'ORDER".**"......
Cubed. Steaks :79 FRESH. FLA.Pepper. :' :. : "''T' r .1 J... .",: .

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Roast :;> 39 '. ;FRESH GA. ; -",,.,.-

Peaches : \: Afbt.25
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I ,Round Bone :Roast, 49C ( ..'.," ... ,: _.', ....:..,. .
FRESH WHITE ACRE: '"

All:, Meat Stew -,- :;> 69 'P'EIS, 2 .Ibs. 29?

.'\ LIMIT (2) 'ROAST,;TO A:'C.U3T0MER': '. ., 1 :.
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:WE: RESERVE THE RIGHT TO 'LIMIT ,QUANTITtES.##:,>. .
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{ "I? :' f' ; I Ltttlefiefd' .. ;520( \. !I Wadsworth190. .. ,. .,.... ,<: Tonight's game-' *, will find

;- : :,."..;,, .t g JtI4l' -+.1:::. I. 4o8 K .6Hpaae: ro-; Runs ..;. :."-.'. ..,, ::,;/ : 'f;, J; ,.Wadsworth vs. HarrIS:, Second
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R 4 I J.C.Hargett Wells 400 390 I Metts 2 _. :_ See you all. at the ball game.

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ij. (By Leslie Padre) H: Pannas; .380' '
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Anniversary

'J .<'....k This year marks, the" 75th. anniversary 'Well .it has happened. Tom Meets.Y'C. Cowart. 7 .. .. 345 333 r ', IISI E-Slly Insured .& Rest Assiirei

,.." of the. begnning'of.nationwide Pinner practiced: and tireless Sealf': : y. 333 ,

} and worldwide telephone .. .practice paid off." His, teammates Durfance. ? J: '315 GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM. ,
I him gOOd'b Ck1R.g I J. <'$
do service;, according to ,Buck gave : .
'', Southern Bell district and .he pitched a', o-h1t"t 2-1 Teem '"'AI "- I
.J:- : Moore, Average' : : : '
ball, to beat the champion '. : LT.COOK.AENCY
1 ..' manager in this area. game Phillips ;'; : 300
!I IiK Phillips\ Oilers Monday night I
Flagler 275
The who had a seven game winning Harris '. 205 M ,
F 1 ..; :Telegraph CompanyMoore 'I ,
f::; : streak going. This wasrone of I I
;P.-; :" said,'"was organized'In. 1885 to the lowest scoring games ,played i
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* >i; 4.. :provide, long, distance 'lines that I I.r here. .!
"\.r would interconnect ,the telephones I STRINGS / i t
y Gayle Mercer pitched: good I
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ball but it just seemed to be
-{ licenced under the. Bell: patents. THE NEW 1 JUST SAW HER PUT THEY'R8 NOT LAZY AT
r school "boys "night. Every'thing HOW POPCORN IN THE
i.V' ,;; .Moore said that the. growth ofTong HtQEDis CAN iDd PANCAKES ID MAKE FLAGLER .
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j went. right.! ? J. believe
HARDWARE
TURN
$ distance has \been phenom- THEM
this will give our' league a lit I
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t j inal.- The. approximately 5,000 tie boost as every: team just all makes joy
i ;long distance operator through r THE PUT THEMSElVES
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,; ') 'T ,of 200,000 calls ,daily in 1959, The loss for the Oilers_ was the .

;, .not'InCluding the 21,000 daily tlird in two years. They' have 1 Antenna Installation S "
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)' The first game .found the 1-
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: ". ?.. Orators in Daytona Beach handle broke through with a rash of i : .:\: ,'" ;f
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average per ,
., hits in the fifth inning and See the Chevy Mystery Show in color Sundays, NBC-TV-the Pat Boon&Chevy Showroom weekly ABCTV.GAS .
: day now. scored nine 'runs. They made*, a .
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: ', Mr. Moore did not have accurate .. total of 16 hits. .Hickey hit a .,.. .:rr.
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ft' 'x '1926 and that, there were 75 c t '8-:' 2Wadsworth .
Phillip. Oilers.
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'."r, telephones servittg'Flag: er county Flagler :. .; ,":2' :" 8 "C
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ft THB 'WINDOW June 1, at 'the Ormond I F y
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,Beach Hospital, He was 80 years
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, :w. ORMOND "-) of age and was a native of Po.

' t land. Head lived in Flagler
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I He had been in failing health -.
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ir: ,< '; 'SHELL!=: FILL &; SAND I ',Survivors include his ?wife, k "

< ,Mrs. Jenny .Kaczanarek'of.. Flag;: ?; t ...v ,i
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;fl)' ,. ler_ Beach; gr:.
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<;,:,; ., CALLEMIL held at the .Craig1_ Funeral Homein .. '.';

=BunnelP Friday Afternoon. .' ,=c' I
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: .c-.., ."; MRS.....,-.-M._. FULLER. Editor Carolina;Bunnell where Shoppe he ma..te4 from North .. '

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:. 3 t.rP.OAetel PabHcati ;. 'are' residing at the .Sh.pew: : ? .'

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,; :;r.;. ':.- ;' ) ad 'State,; .' FlridBatere talus 327_ milligrams ot pfeos'-. mountain shiinkingp@forinance }, '" I IcovGIVE

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The Corvair whopping gallon ,.
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