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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: June 16, 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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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r VOLUME'":48, NO. 23 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 16,_ 1960 $;50 ,A YEAR

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V JY PINNER PITCHES I : $ LIONS 15,000_ th I Flagler Beach

i 1 ctoriaKielb. ONE-HIT BALLTom 'I I I CLUB CHARTERED .

Pinner :of the', Harris
Dies Tuesday in Clarence L. Sturm of Mana- Beauty Contest
Rr
limited the Flagler Beach teamto uJup way, Wisconsin, President, of :
one-hit which home
a was a

Nursing :Home I run by Whitaker. Harris,Appll- ,(.By Leslie-Pache) I Lions 'International the organization, has of announced the Set For July 4

ance won by the score,otil1Monday
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Last week we had two of the Association's 15,000th Lions.
;
night. '
: Mrs. Victoria? ;Kielb died. in 'a'' lowest scoring ,games played in Club. at HIaleah (Palm Springs),, Fifteen beautiful young ladies
The first game'fo nd the Oil
, St. Augustine nursing home 1 our league. Both of those games Florida. from throughout Florida will
I
" ers and the Lumber Co. in a
shortly after noon Tuesday :aft, had Tom Pinnfcr pitching. Tom Continuing its lead at the vie for the title of Miss Florida
fight for first place. The Lumber J
i er an illness of several months. won one and lost Thursday world's largest service club or. East Coast when they walk the
Co. beat the Oilers 10 to 8.
; Mrs. Kielb. was' born in; Poland night to Big Sammy Bertha: who ganization, the Association has ramp at Flagler Beach on Sun
Both teams are ,tied for first ,
i. and came to the, United pitched one-hit: ball. more than 600,000 members located day afternoon July 3rd
place with. nine wins and three 1 i i
States in 1906. The family came president of the City Softball I in 106 countries. The second annual Miss Flor
losses.
E FE to Flagler County In 1917 and I I I League since it was started,! ida East Coast, the' highlight of

t lived,here about a year before I have stressed that to have a I the Fourth of July celebration,
Church of Christ
! returning to Philadelphia, Pa. Farm Land Value good league you have to have will see 15 title holders seek the
i They returned here in '1948 and 1[ fiave
pitchers who control. As I crown now held by Miss Beverly
I
have since resided' on their farm our league isx going into the Gospel Meetings Cadman of New Smyrna Beach.

at( on Highway' 100 west of Bun Shows Little 'Gain, second half I 'believe that our I With the crown and title will
The' Bunnell Church of Christ
r nell.t Florida farm land had a market fans will see a better brand of go one of the most beautiful
a She '66 of and -begins a series of gospel meetings
was age
years ball in the future. My one aimis 'to
value of $194 in I trophies ever presented a
1 was a member the St, Thomas I per acre ,June 19 at 7:30 P. M. and
March of this year, a gain of to play a seven Inning game beauty contest winner, a list of
' Church. to continue through Sunday,
; Episcopal in an hour .and 15 minutes. :
3 ,cent 1959. merchandise prizes and a villa/
She is survived by her hus- per over' There are three pitchers in our June 26, Rev. F. A. Talley said. I
for a week at beautiful Ellinor
"After the nation in
: band' : George ,Kielb of Bunnell; I leading league who might do it Gayle Evangelist William Mizell, the

a daughter, Mrs. Hellen Morris, I annual gains for several years, I' Mercer, Tom Pinner and Sammy regular evangelist of the churchin Village for herself and parents.
The other four will
this, 3 cent increase indicates runnersup
per
Bunnell; one, son, Henry Kielb Bertha. I New Smyrna Beach is to do
'. of South Hampton, Pa. an 'adjustment toward amore J be awarded trophies or mer-
: "AJfio) I' r ,the preaching. r
Games tonight will find the
realistic chanise prizes. All ladies
j valuation of farmlands young
four
surviving are grandchil + Evangelist Mizell was one of
- dren. ," ,the Florida State Chamber Flagler Beach opposing the Phillips I between the ages of 15 and 21
the preachers that spoke in the
Oilers who, will have Jim
of rare ligible to and full
Commerce compete
. Funeral services will be held says. I
: ,, at 10 o'clock Friday' morning in I "In fact," the State Chamber Kelley pitching and H, Panas fellowship meeting that was:j Information will be furnished by
catching while the Beach will held here :May.9 to the 14. He i
4, S the Craig Funeral Chapel 201 pointed out "the March figureis writing Flagler County Boosters,
have H. Lerch pitching' and D. was well liked by those that
I( East Moody Boulevard. Rev. slightly under the November I Flagler Beach, Florida.
Crews catching. heard him. Come and hear him
James Taylor) will officiate. 1959 figure, showing further' adjustment Other Interesting events on ,
through this series of meetings,
, '
will have
1 She will' rest in the' Funeral ." The second game I the
t program for the Fourth of :
Mr. said.Registration "
Talley
1 Chapel from 7 o'clock Thursday "Market prices of farm lands Sammy Bertha and Tom Pinner !I '[ July weekend Include a three. I IJ

evening,: until the funeral hour.. have been out of line with ,,in a game that ,should ,bea I II ,,! '|day Flsh.a. -thon, a Horseshoe
The winner should For
humdinger. '
realized net farm income in j I Pitching Tournament, a mile Bi I
,
f who will have
be the pitcher
many states and especially in!'I I Vocational --Courses' tl cycle Race, a Three-legged Race
the best control. Joe White, secretary
Fishing Licenses j i Florida during the recent growth Registration for the 1960.61 Pie and Watermelon Eating Contest
, a 'of the league will be in J l
''':. years. Expanding demand forJAH ] 'year at Mary Karl Vocational, and, of course,:a gala fireworks
; of the ,
UTa"" tonight.
: charge
, .....#. < .....-.'.... ':.tk ."upbdfi ; ndLL JUghway. games*- -- I IBeachResident School. division of Daytona I display-' <

it 1," -- j I pW'p''h s"'be the ,driving ch' Junior college, will be There are: no entryfees to any

: Are.No won Sale force behind the'!inequity of land I 'j I'B June 13 through June 30, I of the events< other than the

. Florida fresh watr fishing values as related' to income. I J. Johnson, coordinator, announced I Miss East Coast Beauty Contest,
While the per acre value of land will start and citizens throughout Floridaare
Classes
today. I II
4(: licenses are officially on sale I I I I .
y in Florida- farms has jumped 79 I in July. i invited by citizens of Flag
June 15 at the office of County Dies Sunday
;, per cent, since 1955, net income ,Courses to be offered are: Auto ler county and Flagler Beach to
a A. Deen.. -
1 Judge: Duane
Although lthe. .new ,licenses- .areactually I per farm has gained.,less than-I Mrs. Elinor Swimme of, Flag. ,. :Mechanics; Drafting Electric. visit and enjoy the Fourth of

half that amount. )1 al Appliance Repair, Electronics July weekend planned by the
effective July first, ler Beach passed away at her
both.j r "Actual sales of Florida farms < (Radio andT V), Horticulture, Flagler County Boosters for the
the 1959-60. licenses and the I home on Daytona Avenue Sun I
I show that only-small. number Photography, Small Motor Re..I I pleasure of visitors and home-
after ill
_ 1960-61 :licenses will, be honoredby : ; day afternoon a: long I
."; ; are foreclosure. 'or tax 's les. In 'Swimme I pair, Watch Repair, Woodwork. folks alike. Entry blanks to all
! all Wildlife Officers during ness. Mrs. was A native I
I fact, a higher: proportion of ing, I.contests be obtained
Culture Stenographic
the period from June 15 to July of New, York and came to Beauty may by
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I farms are sold_ voluntarily in Flagler Beach five years ago I Bookkeeping, and General I send a postal card to Flagler'II
1 it pointed out. Beginning
was ; '
1 the 1960.61 licenses I Florida than:.in any July' only
be" I and twice ,the national average 53 years of age. I 1 application for the Practical Flagler ,Beach, Florida. _.
will honored. rate. This I I -
: fact indicates thebasic ..
of She is survived by her hus- Nursing-course to start In Sep
Licenses are not required
I strength of Florida' 'real band, Frederic W, Swimme,j tember.,
,.residents, ,who have attained
I I estate market. Flagler Beach; a daughter, Mrs. j These courses are open to\per-\
their 65th birthday, nor of children Summer Recreation''Program
"The
194 "
acre value in
per Nancie L. Greenfield of 16
sons
I I Cape I years of age and over:
under 15 of
years age.
eludes land, buildings and-dwel May N. J..and one sister Mrs. j who can demonstrate ability to "

;; Servicemen stationed in Florida I I, lings. All told ,Florida farms Olivette Snyder of Albany, N. Y, profit from the instruction. Begins"

-r ... are considered residents, insofar have,a,,total value of $3,523,000- Also surviving are three grandchildren There are no'education
prerequi
; 'as licenses to ,fish and hunt are,
', 000 with structures, accounting sites for enrollment of adults. Monday MorningThe

< conceraecL.t for $594,000,000 of this amount Funeral services will be heldat
High ,school who
students are at Summer recreation pro-
Licenses are required of all .the trade body concluded. 2:30; Monday afternoon atGawler
least 14% old and who will
non-residents years gram get under way Monday
-1- except children
Sons Funeral Home 1756 '
'' nave, completed ninth grade morning, June 20, at 9, 0'
under, 1S'years of age. Licenses Pennsylvania Ave, N. W.., Washington

I 'Jrrom'I I may attend during the summer clock at the Bunnell School.
Waiter
are JilQt'required 'of residents D. C:. Interment will be -
months. The program will include
r fishing 'commercially with I'Lake in the National Cemetery in
... NeoPassed The cost of each course for swimming, baseball, arts and
not more than three poles in .. Arlington, Virginia The .remains
\ ', residents of Volusia and crafts, other sports and music.A .
Flagler
the county ,of their legal ,residency = will be ..sento Washington'Sunday
'' Test :- t Counties is $5 registration fee school bus will run'daliy
A_ lieense Is required of Craig Funeral Home of
to and from Beach
plus books and'materials.. Flagler to
residents living outside Bunnell is In'charge of local ,
of their The, Flagler, County ,Health ar / Classes will be in session from transport children who participate

home county, no matter' what,. Department has ruhsalesforbacterial > rangements I 8:30 : in the summer program..
am3:00 ,
Mondays
p.m.
method f fishing is used. counts on water, from The bus will leave Flagler

License fees are: resident, Lake Neoga. Sanitarian'' Frank J. through Frfdays. Students may
: attend Beach at 8:30 ,A.M. and return
statewide,' annual $2.00; 'non i Boswell said today.. The results Spicer Returned to sired. part time daily, if de. there at 12:30 P.M.:, Monday

resident, statewide annual $10- I of' these cultures indicate the 'I Drafting, Electronics, through Friday. '

:.50;' nofl-retoents+ statewide, 14.1 I water is satisfactory,condition Methodist Church Woodworking, and Electrical Appliance -l, The Summer program Is open

_ ,day eenUfHKHW fishing, '$&35.' for, drinking, 'from a bacetriojlogleal Repair classes are also 'to any child who will be old

All Ben-commercial fishing li- standpoint Rev, WJ.L.- Spicer, Jr., was reassigned available from. 7. to 10 p.m.I enough to begin school this

Guess i ,ae sold in the offices ,of No culture for. fungus was to serve as pastor of daily.; year.

,county:'jsdgoc in' Florida. 'Com- made. However,' it is, to be the First Methodist' Church of Persons Interested in enrolling Non-swimmers will have arts

mewl Beenses. are :obtained<< pointed out that most ear ,infections Bunnell at the' Annual Conference in ,any of these vocational and crafts Monday and sWIm-

from:"i tfee G*&*and ,Fresh Water -- causes' are from activation in Lekeland last week. courses should apply in personat mers will be,taken to Lake Ne

Fish,.,Coowntseion in Talla- of fungi already in the ear t Rev. ,Spicer was also ordained Mary Karl Vocational School, oga. The non-swimmers will go

rnooio. ":,: by moisture from increased humidity Elder and received into Full or call CL 22521. to Lake Neoga Tuesday and the
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perspiration' showers or Connection of the-Florida Methodist swimmers will have arts and

IN bath. Conference In a servieeFriday TLY RECEIPTS crafts:. that_:day.. -

BALL Ofr morning, in which Bishop :4RlTrE TAX '<

POLICE .CMfBFftSPOftfOX :Moore officiated.Bev Fol .1BC'are the amounts received .

WIIi ilrtvipon I 0HILS::TOWN Spicer had been:ordained by the several municipalities A' CORRECTION

and c.ii both of Silvertotalled The Florid Police Chnfa As- Deacon by Bishop Oxiwim in :the 'of Flagler ..county from In last weeks issue< _ofTJ .

inAs. sedation b.f-become' nll.oi ,the ,.....i. tax .
I a : Wthsore. Md.. MIwiH Conference a package ,on Tribune we stated in error that .

.-, of Girts 1b n.S .aaprojo NOrhriMe' while 'swin*.. lit' the,'**le -
,
far pro* *' plMirnioV'for er r eo ren.c e there.: Ife later : Bewiij BfeKh: 964J89; BunnellMIM In Espanola Cemetery. ';She was

its tourist I- ," "f It -.- fermd- bek to MJ1 MK trai..1 Filler Beach $580.02; buried1''In .the St. Mary's:, Cemetery -

throng* tt* I l Ortaufo.. ference.. 'f' :4' aM ltd' $67.7. In Korona.

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; :, (' < : tl'f : t 1;}\'Y. .sold ,by;:: them all over thej J I gaining with the-1. .nat veS.#--Jl' This l surrey drivers, ta 'drlvers Datives ,

,:, Highlights$'' ofLo.cal.'BandTrip ;, wor d.- >.- -: ]I[r"everyone* did during,tKeir stay./ motor bike and car renters lrnost
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1 everyone took sightseeing tour
a
: :dock weVent: -All of, as
Leaving the I us realized soon as A_ _

' X To NassauMlfv ,: ;..'. /; I i Immediately the-Native.: Straw !.we'hit Rauson. Square: ,'and saw (Continued on pafe, ,?)
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1 Market located at the foot of;(the Post Office and other gov.. .
: dock in Rawson Square. In the : ernment buildings flying the -
deal of
After great
a : REFINANCE YOUR' DEBTS-
}.. tion, planning, prepara-I 'route. We had access to any I Market native women make I'! British Flag that we were in, a With a Long Term

t. < packing the Band left : part of the boat,;most everyone I and sell all kinds of straw-prod- foreign land. Cameras began to >

}, .' A.,M. on Friday June 10r 1.969ritt. spent the first few\ hours aboard .ucts. Everyone bought a hat j roll and click as soon as the FEDERAL LAND BANK. '
,; ; <
, ; > by school bus for Miarni.. ,We orienting ourselves to our new and then bargained with the first "bobbie" or native policeman -
I
took U.S. 1 to Vero .Beach then home for the next three days natives for other straw goods; .I If came in sight, dressed in FARM LOANR.

> that was the mostfun of any : their white, black and red
t.hJ-; transferred to the new Sunshine board the boat; everyone f W. BRYAN

' &::;. Parkway and, arrived in Miami Upon was issued a_,meal-sitting 1 I part of Nassau-anytime you I Ididn't starched uniforms,. standing or Production Credit.Assn.Wednesdav10:00- .
know what to do you walking each with the same expreSsion -
' 3 at 2 : -
Pier
: at P.M. % ticket which denoted; the timeof ; : ..
1!could alWays to the Straw.. and mannerism.
,:- After unloading and' getting the at which 6 go PALATKA.. FLORIDA
\ ... i" eating and table .
I(I Market and have a "ball" bar. : After bargaining. with the na- -
; our keys to pur rooms,.we board I one was to sit in the' dining! ---

e' ; /'_ed the boat and fcnally: found, i room/We were assigned. to the -- ..

the Deck on which. we were. first. .sitting for each.meal. I

:": housed. We were; located on D- everyone was always[" ready'
BUSINESS
' Deck in the forward'-"section of i it I when the call ,came. ![ AREA DIRECTORY I''

: It took 1 :
; the v boat.. ,us quite a-, .
4> while to be able to find our deck I The meals aboard ship were, I !. ,- ,
section without getting lost as one member describe them : IBOILDING .
> ,' enjf -, AUTO SERVICEMcDANIEL'S : SUPPLIES FLOOR 'COVERING !:
!
Service the '
I fabulous. during: I .....
r.: meal' was exceptionally fine and I WICKLINE ...: .. '

I no, one left the'table wanting 1 1I ., Tilecraft Company:, ". :

jf ; .. .CLASIFZEDAD ) I more' food, Seconds ;or anythingcould ,] Service Station .- Building ,Supplies; ", "LET US FLOOR YOITj., :. t

: be had during the meal.: STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS CEMENT CEMENT;BLOCKS Armstrong & Kentile ,:: j

: Of course, some of our Band 'ate j v.:,': STEELr ;v-X-: Sold and Installed :-", \
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:: [ $ I I double of everything. .TiresBatteries-Minor Repairs All Work Guaranteed5

.. .. I At 5:00 !PM. we'left the-.doekat j I .. Bunnell ID 7-7119 '. ''\ Flagler Beach' JIE 92254 Ormond Beach OR 7-3181 f-. J.\
.
6"-: ,: Ldtlnjn'under thin head4A are Miami, passed :Miami,;Beach 1 a \ 1I
I 2 cent per w.rd each fa rti..iCO '' FURNITURE : }\
i. W: cent 1. minimum change 'and soon the sky line left our]II' Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION CLEANERS ::. -

;' i{ view and we were out to sea: I I Ormond Bedding and 4
FOR SALE 14 ft. 1.crulsing i
call for dinner '
As soon as our 1 GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen I BUNNELL CLEANERS Furniture Co.
boat with 'a 55-40 horse
r powerjnotor came, we left the outside decks
r t .' and Gator'Tilt trailer. 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days EVERY cLEANING. Substantial Discounts on All
..... and went to our proper .tables SERVICE t BEDS-SOPXS-FURNITURE
:. Reasonable price for quick sale.,I in he dining room. All were ,State&Lambert US .1-ID 7-7190 -S $10 Tradeln Covers Down Payment

i'." Call Mrs. C.H. Gordon' IDlewood, for the dInner-boys in coats '. CLOSED Open THURSDAY Dally to 6 NOON L I R. S. ROBENBERRY Owner

t 73453. 6-16-ltp- i and girls in their beautiful f Colonial) Service StationEAUL. Phone ID '1-3188' 68 Granada, Ormond Bch. OR 7-6411

I I dresses. It was a rule: for every ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION. 115 N. '
j r E. RICE Bay St. Bunnell GARDEN SHOP
: .. SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reason f one to "dress" for dinner

::::. : ': able rates. George rp Phone Soon after pms food was served -I f Gray's Garden Center ,
v MOTOR TUNE-UP CONCRETE PRODUCTS
:: ." ID, 7-3410 6-16=12.8-tp we began ,to' notice ,a_.great Headquarters for Gardening 11'eed.
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;'i' GOODYEAR-TIRES & BATTERIES Ceramics. Gifts, Dry Arrangement
change occurring. The ship be- \
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!' .; FOR SALE-Furnished ,2 "bh. gan to' toss, weave arid generally u. s.. HIWAY 1 BUNNELLGET' Your "Q" For ConcreteDial 'Annuals Materials Fertilizers,
; Shrubbery
room s j '
- house on Deen Road close ,
,
act as though she didn't like CL 3-8113, TORO
YOUR GO-BOY LAWN MOWERS .
in. Contact owners on premisesat this About 200
going trip
xr on and make Carts with McCullock, DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7.:051J I
: 405 West Deen Road 6-itf-ltp
or 300 hundred passengers were ORMOND
West Bend, or Clinton Engines. t
seated at the first sitting Soon I -
\ FOR SALE Retirement home one-after the other began to -Tires ,and Cart accessories, at Concrete, Inc. GIFT SHOP

furnished. Two bedroom cement ': COR ETT'S SUNOCO SERVICE
I glow WJ h la pale-green.complex- "

block. One. blo k, from ocean Ion and left for other areas. Before ? i STATIONBunnell DRUG STORES :Fresh Orange Juice

and'one, block .from post office.. too many' of our group began l Tel. ID 7.7123

Phone 'HE'9-2047. June ,9-tf to depart I toured all the Hall's Atlantic Station Anderson.Drug, Store' THE AUTRYS, .
tables (staggering from one the. -
.. FOR RENT-at :12 ,Pine, St., two ,other) and tried to cheer .each Jack Hall.,Proprietpr: .- /Pres riptfons : ; SOUVENIRS & GItyTS. .

> vblocks from'shopping'. center, one up (including:myself.) Soon GAS -OILS-LVBRICATION- ; _V Sick Room Supplies AlA at 4th FLAGLER BEACH
'
t <:. Unfurnished 3 bedroom living most -everyone;:pn the -ship including TiresBatteriesAccessoriesROAD -- Sundries

x' .fk' 'roorn, kitchen bath and utility I the. Captain, was ,either SERVICE BUNNELL.. HARDWARE ,
.f'
if> ,; ,<< room plus garage, Water furn t feeding the' fish at the deck rail nmm a.. Tel. ID 7-3652, ... Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.

!.;.,- ished. $50.00 per month. or 'holding on down in their. JOHN DEERE
Moodys Pharmacy
r/ Same location, upstairs! 2 bedrooms I bunks: By midnight'the entire Sullivan's Gulf Service i! Agricultural&Industrial Equipment .
Flag er.Count 's Corner ,,Drug Store -
J furnished Apt. nice and ship was loaded. with seasick [ STEEL :
;: land sailors : GULF PRESCRIPTIONS Barr& Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled '
: clean with .new rugs and bed W& gave -pills I '
:1 : Black&Galvanized Pipe & FittingLAWN '
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GAS OILS LUBRICATION
.x i" spreads.: Water furnished $40.00 rubbed heads, patted hands, TIRES, -TUBES--ACCESSORIES DRUGS-SUNDRIES MOWER REPAIRS I
:. '- month. helped doctors and, nurses until Beach Information r '
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: per .Specializing in Service.and FOUNTAIN SERVICE DEEN HD. Phone I** 71 i3"
2:00 A,M. when we decided we .
; ; For Information write call Clean Rest Room"In
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: FlaPhone
Bunnell, ID 7.3661
> R.P. 1336 had. better turn fir,ou elves. The Heart of Flagler Beach THAT FAMOUS PAINT
;:: ,: McGee P 0. Box St. r ,
The next morning found \
"i Augustine,':Fia..Phone,VA 99665. we AUTO REPAIRS ORMOND PRESCRIPTION Exclusively at
-still rough but not'as bad ia
i,'& June 3-3tp- .* as PHARMACY 'I 123 ; ;

: ... ,- ....; I during the ,night, / Following Shield's Service Station --f: *} FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE ,
t. :.breakfast everyone went to the Sick; ,Room Supplies-Sundries
AVON REPRESENTATIVES average Arcadlus HabeL. Mechanic 24-Hour -
Service
rails Prescription
of
the decks; not to heave
earnings of over$2 hour i
...t e'..,.' : ,><: year around.: To- apply per write. I but to watch the activities. at COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS Free Delivery In Flagler Beach' Flagler Beach HE 9-2103
';,.. Mrs. J. Mllanl. h. box: '246, Lock the dock in' NaSsau. I M I Right Now We'll Overhaul and Rt. AIA-- 1 rot North of
'. 'J hart. Florida or In Daytona Call I Repair Your Power Mower ORMOND BEACH-t-Tel. OR 1.U' Village Hardware 'Center
( .
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.CL' %- .l1..c -.: our ship, the S.S Bahama '
... No Jop Too Big Or Too Small
; Star, a 2200-ton) ) ship was being 111 No. Bay St. BunnellEDGAR'S Thompson Pharmacy HOUSE PAINTS ;
I"; FOR RENTfumished 1- i :Match and mix color
; bedroom I turned by' tugs -a group oft GARAGE Your Health Is Wealth any

: > apartment Just renovated I: native boys began climbing up Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS Builder's Supplies Kitchenware

,, '$30.00, per month! ID 7-3304 I the anchor-ropes and Jumping' 24-Hour Towing Service GIFTS GREETING CARDS

= .' ,S-S-ttf '>>- 'rand diving from the top deck COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS In Our Hands AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420 ::: :. ::Z '

4r 1'of the boat' for dimes, quartersand Automatic. Tranemfaslon Service I '
I Ormond Drugs & Prescription Shop :- .
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; JUST..AUlVEDIIN 1 ] hall dollars into, the beautiful Wheel, Balancing-Front End 1141 W. Granada-Ormond 7.1421 JEWELER r ,

w 'Melodigrand' Spinet Pianos i clew waters of Nassau I Alignment Ormond-OR. 70883AUTOMATIC .:\' I

:i $445.00.. Easy Terms. 'Thompson harbor. We were really:: ,entertained x40 Granada I Flagler Beach Sundries O. F. BEACH #Y.: -,:
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i' b Co. : a. Ave., Daytona SEALTEST ICE CREAM Elgin Watches-Diamonds : 1
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-' HOLLY Swim Suits for Exceptional Gifts t
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April 7-tf -at anytime. we de. i
'" SERVICE Watch Repairs-Engraving .#i.t '-
sired. All the Familv, : ,
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.'.,. 2 bedroom,: 6 room' house ,with: all passengers were Informed Central Florida's I IPAUL'S
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'. ; central heating' and air con.. that no shops' ;wpuld'be open in .AUTOMATIC 1239 Kidgewood TRANSSHSSIONS Holly Hill -GILL DRUG COMPANY I RADIO-TELEVISION _

ditioning.. 'Complete .kitchen.i Nassau as ,the Queen .of Eng OR 7-1381. J

I' Capitol Motel, .Korona, Fla. land has designated, Saturday. STORE Walgren AgencyPRESCRIPTIONS RADIO & TV
BAR AND PACKAGE
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day, Most everyone was disappointed FLAGLER BEACH Y
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Sick Room, Authorized Sales RCA Victor -
: i FOR SALE-:.Tliree. ideal lots at .this announcement Supplies Sundries ,?i I
on : HOTEL BAR"The.Meeting'Place. 10 W. dranada: ,\".. Ormeitd DeathOR We repair all other TV,A: Radl sets ;.' ,
, .* ..North:.MoprejSt.: close, to school merit and'proceeded' 'to! express 7-5250 > 1370 Ocean Blvd AlA .:.
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JLVE*--"** *' paved street,.in, town, needs. nofilling. their dissatisfaction toward the Ormond Beach OR 7-2852 ; .",-' f

.. : ., Ready to build on. Coy; Queen with such ,remarks as, of Flagler County""JtE1 FLORISTS ;' ::

}", G. Harris.h J' 121ttWAlfTEDplTSf : I *'I. won't vote lor heror *Iwon't and Yvonne 'ServiB-r- NURSERY f'S. : .,.:...,.. I

j;. ,,. : -:... speak to her galn\" etc.,. BAMBOOBAR Blacks Flower 'Shop _.. ;: ,
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: Customers -=of course'all In good fuxi.N Wagon.Wheel Nursery r. ; '*
& 'COCKTAIL 2. Railroad ._ ,
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:1 \.- ,__Immediately HARRIS Coming: dqwji 'the gangplank, LOUNGE Shade Trees Potted Plants i
s." BOTTLE ,GAS COMPANY Phone photographers were':busy taking Moody; him right on Forsythe Shrubs :;.

:; 7' ID. 7-3S51' ,, But elf.. 1-21.-tfFLAQLZR 'ptetures of everyone--our Band Open Uader New ,Mssdgeaeat Flews let All Occasions 1,000 plants 'free; one with every :-. r,

was photographed, S.a. group, Come In and, Get Acquainted dollar you spend. Thousands of <
eN r: by 1 Burinell Phone ID 7-3348, rarities at reduced prices. Best lit:*: .
< the voJ&eial totographer-'bf-'ot .
: Ocean Blvd AlA nG9l teach t > town. q

.-"..- ....... JOIniSTON'S ,the. Nassau Development Commission g I 548 S. u.S. 1 II,rr, Ormond Death ,' ...

'WCACH: ,HEALTY CO. for taie. In: magazines. BOTTLE GASHARRIS I FUEL,'OILKING'S TRAVEL ,r I
AGENCY
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f"l LOTS, HOMBa OCEAN FRONT. BOTTLE GAS
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,;; :- ; GAGE" ;R. Moody: FLAGLER .c t1Jf7rS or OWLYIN PHILLIPS '66 GAS 4b OILS TRAVEL AGENCY:, Inc :':: .".

I '- ',,, .,, .s.im:-t.. :isel estate a .,. ... : OWKED GAS COMVAMY DHvery'in the,.County on Air-, Bu & Steamship Tlek1eta'1:>' "- :.5.':;.'...
Cru1seWorld Wide "
Tours rand
t- :1It.. n1 11.; ., Pad ft, Kerosene, Tractor .Fu! '
HE'9-2ItI i .[" .L.u.U_ :' .PHONE ,Ill 7- Domestic Airline Ticket Always f
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t ." :-II, : : ;. :PIGTAILS ; FRESH ;OCEAN ? FRENCH FRIES -: ', :,' =':?{.fbr 39! 'C.

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; .. GE FOUR ; ,THE'FLAGLER. ,- TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA ". Thursday, Ju _16196Qr ., ,,-
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;: i ATTENDS,BOARD MEETING f MASS SCHEDULECHANGED :.- I BUILD- COVERED; ,>:BRIDGES""

t: : :. ::,t. C7 it,. jj : ; ?Jt IN 'TALLAHASSEE I Rev. Fr. Michael K. Larkin I j I l' Covered bridges ar isfr1ie

V.Jea'll5i George Wickline was..In Tal- has announced that the schedule -1 ing built in New England* One
: ,;:, : /aqter. ;: at Sheffield, Mass., was:dedicated -
..: lahassee, during the past week' for Masses has been changed I I "'
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,":. .. ;; .' ,end attending the Board of Directors 'for ...the summer months. The 1953.
K\.!. > LUNA. BABBITT .'.., '. ,.:, : -'t71: meeting of the State Association following Is in effect until fur

f> Telephone HEmlock' -0 .'. -, 5' j I Iis .of County Commlss II ther. ,'notice: Mass, each Sunday ... ',. -
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oners Mr. Wickline a memo 7 A M. at St. Mary's Catholic

FLAGLER WOMAN'S / DAILY' VACATION ". .' ._ "j ber'of the bOard.' I Church In Korona and Mass at COmmunItyMemorial
CLUB MEETING I BIBLE SCHOOL NOW : 9 A.M. at St. Stephens Catholic .
rk.e' :IN SECOND, WEEKCpmrnencement ", "Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Bowen 'Church in Bunnell. Please note ChurchInterdenominational
hers Frame presided j I these changes. I
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;:st.' left Tuesday for their summer
r the business meeting of exercises for
during i I Daytona Ave.
:.. 'the *iagier woman's Club last I the Daily Vacation Bible'School: ,I I home, N.at H.Baboosic, for three Lake months.In Amherst rIl't..r.."'...-....."......-..YFRED FLAGLER BEACH
!!.... \veanesuay morning and named which ran last week and is continuing .
r.. the cnainhen for,Standing com this week has been set A. FRUITS' Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
Mr. and Mrs Kendall
;:'n', ,- I for evening at the George Church Service 11:00 A.M.
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mittees. Sunday
/ and family of Haw .Creek have I JEWELERDIAMONDSWATCHES .1 '
..' Mrs. Louella Fleurie will be,I Baptist Church with Rey. Glen been staying at their beach cot-, R. W. DICKERT. Paator
.7' -Mrs. Ethel Taylor in charge. Mrs. Margaret :I
J..a' > parliamentarian; ) tage here for two weeks. REPAIRING I EVERYONE WELCOME
:White year booK Mrs. Isla Hester P Aaron; who has been the 'principal 1\-----. ........_............."'.--.J'rI'.l'rI I' I
; has been assisted this ---- ---
: civilian defense ,Mrs. May :Mrs. Legrand Byrd and Mr.
:: Hendren, sunshine; Mrs. Mary week by Mrs. Gertrude Taylor Seville have been spending sev- '

:-,i), NoViw welfare; Mrs. Esther. ,Mrs. May Shill Danny Frailey I and' Mrs M. C Coleman from 5; JO a ;,

.:.:: Nye.. safety; and Johnny Saels, in additionto eral days hero this week.
f; ''... Mrs Emily Gage auditing;' the workers who were .en. -i:
t Flossie< Haines, membership rolled for last week. .
: Mrs. -1 I Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Morris and ;;-
; Mrs.. Libby, Hogeboom, family from Tucker Ga., are LU1 :r -
::"". : publicity; Mrs. Julia Moody,I spending this week in their ..
Mr. and Mrs. Newt Hall from ::
.; food; Mrs. Betty"' Shultz, rummage ', home here oh South Central Ave. '' r
'" Birmingham, Ala., have been .
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Presents Again For Your
t :: sales; Mrs. Grace Clay,
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!, the house guestsof;:;.his sister
L Christmascards; Mrs. Winnie) Miss Celia Joyce Emery of Es- .>: :
1. and brother in'-law,fMr. and. : t DANCING. AND. LISTENING PLEASURE
/'. ',' : McNab, clubhouse' rentals; Mrs. panola is spending this weekhere *;-?;*;
Mrs. George Moody/Sr.Mi. '
I Edna Lehr, music; :Mrs. Bessie I : with Miss Barbara Babbitt. : : ; ; .
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: :l; ThIel dollar dividends; and Casey s
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tilton from
', ; Mrs. Brede and Mrs. Esther and Mrs. Joel Smith en-
: San Mateo occupying the ARE! His Country Rocks ,
are I -
I Heydt, birthday calendar. tertained house guests during .
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-- They voted ot have a Coca. i the weekend Mr. ,and Mrs. Tilton Cottage this month. S .
JUNE 18th 9:00 to 2:00 '
: I George Slaughter and Mr. and I .
Cola concession in the town .
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Mrs. Sara Cramer of Daytona
I .park on -July 3rd and hon.1 I.Mrs. Dennis Harper from Palat- Beach spent Thursday here on Flagler Beach On Ocean Shore Blvd..AlA
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was decided to continue having '
I the dollar dividend* project this i I ., Money -- Saving Food Values /

summer for the building fund. ,
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Thursday everting June SWIFTS PREMIUM BEEF WILSON'S BAKERITE 3 lb. TIN
16, buffet. supper will be served -
at the club building from 5:30 .I.r .

.= Schwenk until 7 and with Mrs.Mrs.Julia Florence Moody I p: STEAK Ib.; 69C SHORTENING 39


t< ;.}:/' ", ,.public making is the invited.preparations. The CENTER CUT ('WESTERN) > LIMIT (1) WITH $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER


ii.t!\r: '.- .. : PORK CHOPS 69 HOOD'SO33VBLEACN

";' Mr. and Mrs. Cris Britton and i ib. Value 43*

r;.. two daughters left, Saturday for] I
4l':. \ their home in Berrien Springs, '
i COPELAND'S 7 TO 12 tb AVG. I HOOD'S.EZ STARCH Qts.
: '., MIch., after two weeks visit ,
}, here with Mr.. and Mrs. William S ,
I' ":' Babbitt. Mrs. Babbitt and children HAMS (whole) 'lb.39Q .
;"' :' BOTH 33OUR
,. ;:; -S ,Brenda, VIcki and Willie ,
"; ; made the trip to South Bend, (WHILE THEY LAST)

Ind., with, them where-they will 'OTHER MEAT PURCHASE ,
S visit her parents,, :Mr. and Mrs-J L ? OUR VALUE 1 Ib. qtrs.

:. Ray Burkholder.. .' LEAN MEATY ; '

.. 't, Ribs : : 1b. 39*' OLEO 2 2S .

}' son Harvel of 1fr'and E.- M ckey.Mrs Harvel Jr., USN E.,-J: Spare for

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Mackey ofs Flagler Beach, is I .
scheduled ;to..be. promoted to LEAN .
radarman-: third class today; S OUR VALUE 303 SIZE CAN
IJune 16, while'serving with the *
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Tomatoes
,School at the Glynco Naval Air
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f::'. .' Ga. LOOK LOOK LOOK LOOK LOOK LOOK
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:( Mrs. Tom*Underbill from De- GARDEN FRESHOKRA
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: HAMBURGER' 3",Ibs.OXTAILS .
Leon Springs will ;
: : spend two '.
:. '; weeks,In the, 'Byrd cottage here.I $ DO'
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i-; Mrs Henry' Barditzky came ib.
: from Eustis to spend two weeksin PIG LIVER (WHOLE). ,, 3,Ibs. _
I. their home here. .
SMOKED SAUSAGE 3 .Ibs. : ,

'Mr.. andMrs., H.,E. Purdy have : FROZEN (MINUTE MAID) 6 OZ. CAN'
: # been on a trip to Oklahoma for WIENERS '(cello, bag) 3lba" '
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, !.. their former home. BOLOGNA (is piece;). 4 Iba .; :Lemonade 1 1PIG O

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:: Bunnell Theatre I SPARE>> RIB TIPS ,-', 4 lba. :. GOLDEN RIPEBananas ;



Ii{ ?,S- Fri. & ,Sat. June 17-18 I NECK S LB. BOXFryer BONES, 1 O ;

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Homestead. Air Farce Base. volume of cabbage produced.

.. Guests of 1lrsD.. H. Emery ;(" 'Introduced
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and Mr. and :Mrs. ,Harold Emery I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Allen America in 1514. '

and family are M-Sgt: and :Mrs* and daughters are visiting yrith

7' LOCALS W. I.. Patrick and children, "relatives in Cuba, Miss They
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I were accompanied there by;Mr.
. Mrs; W. L. Spicer and children \ Allen's 'sister who had visited

r. ml Mrs. Allen Reynolds motor.\.here ,for, some time. I
:A.- TO PLAN FOR BIBLE EASTERN STAR TO' I cd to Lakeland Friday to attend \ '

'f' SCHOOL THURSDAY' CLOSE FOB SUMMER- the last day of' the' Methodist'. 'i Mr. And Mrs. D, M. McKenzieof I

:, : A meteing for the Vacation Bunnell Chapter Ho. 93, O.E.S, Conference. .J:I Babson Park" were visiting JUNE

" I Bible School will be held at two held an initiation ceremony at here for a short vtime.Thursday II 11-30
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;x o'clock this afternoon (Thursday their meeting on Tuesday nightat Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knightare i.morning. -.'"

+?,': at the First.Baptist Church, which time Sammie Whitaker spending this week in Key .so' l

";"" Mrs. Marcus Strickland .said today was received asa member. West on a short-vacation. .- I ESTHER WILLIAMSREHEARSING
been',
.':': ;'," Officers who had not been installed I Cabbage has cultivatedfor AND SHOOTING A TV SHOW

4' Plans for the study course for were installed by the Mrs.: Walter Knight and Mrs. i more than 4,000 years. Florida at CYPRESS GARDENS
';..,. 1" the Bible School T will be held Worthy Patron, Joe Brock. Plans Tommy Durrance and now leads all states in vol. j FERNANDO LAMAS, TOOl

"" }' and after that meetings of each. for the Robert :Morris Day picnic Rebecca visited in daughter"1 ume produced and marketed.. :

, : / department will be' held. Mrs. were made and they voted to days last weke with -_ \' ,- .
: f Strickland urges*all those officers adjourn for the three summer .
?? and teachers and also months. House guests of Mr.: and Mrs: I ;;';:,' '.: :',

I' : ':'" those who plan _to help with The Grand Instructor, Virginia Max Porte for ,the past twp t .', I

the Bible School to attend this Anderson, of District 24, was a I weeks have been Mrs. Larry '.

4,)! ",- ..,... ,meeting. guest "at the meeting.Mr. Tidwell and son, Donnie, of Val i! 7 ,..'0. '
1-.1..(' I dosta,, Ga. Mr. Tidwell came j :, .
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'1c;'':;. Boze Kitchens f' Daytona and Mrs. T. K. McKnight I down for the weekend and to j k } :'f-N': otice I .

;.:! .' Beach was a business visitor are spending several days' this return with them to Valdosta. :: I ,

: {\ here several days this week. He week in Selma, Ala., visiting Also home for the weekendwas J :' :' : .

.f-, ,:[' "' .is a former member/of'' the Bun- with their son and'daughter-ln Miss Catherine Porte of \,- .

'f nell High School Faculty and law, Lt, and Mrs., Charles .Mc: Porte. of Jacksonville. 1
-* is now a member of the Main.I' A Tidwell family'_reunion ,was '
and their 1957
Knight, young son, An Ordinance. ... was adopted, May 6, ,
Breach. held at the Porte Home during.
= land in Daytona -
Faculty ,
: Charles Jr.
,
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::, -' .: ::, the weekend. Those present providing for the licensing, registration and

: t were Mr./ and Mrs. Harry 'rid- rabies of all within,
: :Miss Judy Lewis left Monday : vaccination against dogs
Mr. and Mis. Homer Brooks
well and son Joe Mr and Mrs.
: for a three weeks visit in Washington had as their guest recently MrBrooks' Bill Hallton, all of Cocoa, Flor the corporate limits of the City of Bunnell.
: D. C., with friends. ,
:: sister Mrs. Sidney 0'
ida, and Mrs. Liz Tidwell of
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Brien of Jacksonville.Dr. Flagler Beach.
{; Mrs. D., M. Hughes of Homer- '
.have been made to have a
": "f".,;.,,", ville, Georgia, is 'the house_ ,and, Mrs. John Can\ karis Mr. and Mrs. Terrell, Dowdy of Arrangements, .

' -'::: guest of Mr. and. Mrs. M B. are spending. this week in MIamI High ,Springs were vacation Veterinarian. at" the'.. ,Civic Center Building' Friday -

7-:; Fuller where he attending' a ing at Flagler Beach arid visit: June 17,',I960, to vaccinate your dog between

L'i ;. .'medical meeting.' ing with relatives here several the hours, of 8:00 A. M. and, 10:00 A. M.
this week.
days
Miss Tressa Slovak is spend. L is .
H. Drady spending this ,
& ing a two weeks vacation in Ko- week in Columbus, Ga., visiting 'r'-;- .. .

rona 'with.her parents: ; Mr ,and with relatives.. CARD OF THANKSWe ,j" 5' '" '. CITY OF BUNNELL : ,

Mrs. Jerry Slovak. She has com would like to express our ; ; .*** .

1, pleted one year of; training ,at Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Cauley sincere appreciation to our + f .L.. H. Prady .,

:: -t. the School...for Nurses at Charity and son Benji, and,:Faye Edmon- friends for the kindness and expressions -' : *

Hospital In. New Orleans, ''La., son are, enjoying a vacation in of sympathy duringthe .-' .,.,'.. 1. City Clerk -
;: and. will return during the weekend Denver, Colorado.' illness, and at the death of < \
M ,.. .
f to begin'"* *"'second ";.year '-J ,- '., '00: our, loved, one, Mrs., Anna .$a- :; ',',
" { '.. 'there .. Mn l-r:? .. \ ," :, C'"
{ > arid Mrs Alton Harris arik?; r' 1. ,
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: "" .' j.i and daughters have returned', The Safarik Family .
-- ---- -- ----' -
i t.. .y House gue tS4'of'Mr.and Mrs. from. a visit with relatives in The, Slovak Tamily. _, '
t F: Marcus. Strickland Jr., are Mrs. -- ;- ; : ;

Valerie Izlar and two daughters ,I BRANNAM'SFood

4' of Daytona Beach. ,They formerly THE ; '

t ",,'7 resided in Flagler Beach. I -j. ,
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Ji. Real Estate Registered Broker I|: :r : \4Your: Red & White Store >


j '119 N. BAY St. Phone ID 7-3496 ..!,
-k -,' Bunnell Florida
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pi' Swift Premium
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CHUCK ROAST 4ge
I 'A TRAILER. AT 65? SURE, SAY THESE FOLKS o.. lb
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: FROM a charming woman tions apply only to the parking' ofa Western Corn Fed Lean Meaty:" .
comes a delightful story of trailer. You must buy the trailer "
how to retire in,a trailer. which might run from $2.000 SPARERIBS ; 3ge
You don't give trailer life a to,$6,000 ot more.) ,, .. It>
fair shake she says. Then she' "Point 2. When ycu figure out a I Mixed: Cut "' '
goes on to tell the economic ad- i::
budget for a $200-a-month couple
vantages of trailer life for.a cou-: living in one of these, good trailer PORK.-CHQPS': 3ge '
.pie living on $200 a month. parks you can eliminate the al- I' : :It>

She is Evelyn Bailing Findley lowance for entertainment. Such ...";;, .
who, with her husband Howard, parks have a clubhouse with free ,Fresh: : .)C,"' ,..
wrote a- pretty good little book" movies, pot-lick suppers, Sunday PORK LIVER 'w_: : : 4Ibs.I00
called 'TBe'Fua.tof Traflering.
church services, dances dance" ,
"We have lived and traveled extensively lessons and card parties." '
in traitors since 1947" In their book the Findleys'have r ',
Mrs. Findley says. "We are now Swanson 11 oz. -
a chapter on the cost of trailer- -
settled at a permanent base in ing. They have some interesting TV DINNERSJ 55-c.
central Florida'and pay the freight .
things to
say.
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:Ii with free-lance writing and some It has been our experience -,- .- .'
\ small investments.. fat trailer people from, choice Winter Garden 8 inch APPLE. "CHERRY or PEACH.
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"I would like to make two points have little Interest H the gay life., .. -- '":''i'pI'. '
THE,WORST TIME TO SLOW about trailers and*retirement: "We find that two people can PIES : Zge
UP is WHEN YOU'RE IN "L. Here in' Florida a monthly eat well going out 'to lunch or 'i '
'*. A TISHT PLACE; sum which would purchase noth. dinner several times: a week' on Merita BUTTERMILKBISCUITS .
!i .. ing more than slum housing In a a monthly food budget of $80. r '
I conventional house will buy deluxe We can live as well on'$200-250 ', @ iorge
How .about your. tires.neg trailer parking in a country- a month as we formerly did on < :

lecting .them, might: mean a"blowout" club atmosphere with swimming fWO for household ,and general Minute Maid 6 oz. -"iP1t.: -.,',... '..
when pool, tropical landscaping and en-. **
you least living ,expenses. : :
expect it .S ft"us for all of tertafaufteat."ForiMtance. The Findleys are among the, ORANGE JUICE 6' $100
.. oe park in Tampa most dedicated of trailer people. for ,
your automate needs. You is one of the,ftaest I've ever j But represent a veritable
they "
can be MIle. ft:safer, pleasanter seen from Palm'Springs to Phoenix -i army of people In this country Suakist oz. '

"r. driving all ttie time. to, MiamiThis park admits who have found trailers a good '
only retired- people and STRAWBERRY LEMON PUNCH
screens way of life. Letters that come tome _
Rents start'at
them carefully. and interviews with retired
$32.50 a month and run a little parts: of ,the '
people in various PINEAPPLE LEMON >
higher for corner and'waterfreet country indicate that the idea is PUNCH
lots This fee includes lawn care not togo bounding off down the
I unlimited water,' garbage and highway into the blue yonder. It RASPBERRY LEMON
trash paved PUNCH{
collection streets" is to park a trailer in a professional
a big lot with' concrete patio and trailer park and mail theInhibitions

trees' the use of the laundry room.wtemta back home... GRAPE LEMON PUNCH. j
USED_ $ poolHJfBeboad, '- li .' ,' ,
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ceurta and hiMiM: :e as weB aeboa4m F.r.7 *f uJ.! *f. **,'. a ***'
IDiEwoop73272 '...d jill tog at their door.",: ewts hMfcte t.by'.....Th<.,<.B.", .ta..PS Ctnmm) .*..sesK."B*..S:' ::4xx: ; .io -- : .' :: >
Gram e trI :1'.00 .
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;..:'$.-:::;:....: PAGE SIX -;. '< i:; ; 'i Tit FLAGLER TRIBUNE, .BUNNELLy, -FLORIDA_ -?:t-: .V '- '" Thursday, June.... i5t. .

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r't. ,.t;"..- 1 i a Thletter, rye Just- received" rom i I It [House Ways and Means Com [ple writing these 'stories 'wer I subscribe to The Flagler" -T.-JT .Tribune*" _;*"VI ,

", I him; V- -v. I I"Honorable j I mittee last fall when we went (His ,-answer: was that they were *
S2.S0 "Advance
A
i--. ____________ A. Sydney Herlong Jr.: I[over to examine the Social Security .r a couple of men who had just t Year In

House; of Representatives. Administration's facilities come up to the Hill and were .
r .!i ___ __ __ ___ I t ..
,. D. C. In Baltimore. I paid my own'i conducting a sort of "hit andrun" 1-- NOTICE, .
Washington, WNEUS
I railroad did notask'( PROPERTY :
fare and
t ; operation. He'said they I .notified thfit the
: : Dear :Mr. Herlong: I hereby
-. tQ' be reimbursed., I didn't know about how of
:: iI i "This is to inform that anything of County CommisBlonrra
you
I i To those who have berated I Congress operated and. obviously --: Flagler County. Florida' will meet
. i all of the purchases made by I
: with the County Assessor of Taxes
I me on the basis of sly Implications didn't trouble
the to
: 1 1t you in the Stationery Room of take at the County Clerk {)mco ia the
,
/ the House of Representatives of Irresponsible not malicious learn. While such exposes do Court House. Dunneli. Florida. on.
t .':-rft have been paid fortwith ) reporters, I can only at times, uncover abuses that Monday. July 4th. 190. at the hourof
:your say that I hope this clears the need correction, the zeal of the nine o'clock A. M. for the pur-
> own money. pose of hearing complaints and
matter"up.. I inquired of one of reportres to find the sensational the va receiving
to
'The .for. which this testimony aa
purpose
:; the veteran Capitol Hill reporters I often results In and or real personal -
it t I facUlty'was established, and the i unjust possibly any property or
; :. today as to who these peo libelous accusations. as fixed by the County Assessor of
; .. I regulations under which it is -, Taxes, and for the purpose" of per-
administered, do, not*permit purchases fecting. reviewing and equalizing

: 'i,' -- '- to be made in an other I the (assessments and likewise date said
Board will above
meet on the
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iti JUS. (Syd) Herlong wConma11 wellas
ay. at the same time and pla.ce as
... . .
P.- i 19GO' at
.:.'! '" Fifth ,DIstrict'b ; Sincerely yours, 'I I. . . . on Monday August 1st.
1kt .: .: -RALPH R. ROBERTS .. \ .. '. the hour of nine o'clock A. M at
the same place the purpose of
for
t? : With a great pointing often Clerk, U. S. House,of Repre-'j I I hearing complaints from the own
.." sentatives." .. I real estateor
: '- : IrresponsIble reportlal /fingers, ers or agents of any
1 I
i'-_ It's .open season members ,of That should be the final. ,answer II I which personal shall have property.been the fixed value by the of

:': : ...,, ',' Congress for their expenditures to several people who have I I County Assessor of Taxes or

.,}. for travel ,hotel. accommodations written condemning me as the II changed by him. '

p' and other costs incurred result of the innuendo in the I I 14th DATED day of at Bunnell.June. A.: FlorIda.D. 19SO.'-this,

:4 in connection with their committee story in a national magazine.One aI I BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- ,

ft :. ; work and other congressional woman even went so far I I SIGNERS OF'FLAGLER. COUNTY.
,
; 'i ,.duties. as to write me that no amountof I BY FLORIDA GEORGE E. WICKLJNE. ,

If. :They even dug around and justification from jne would .Chairman.

f,1I._ came-up with the fact that three I even be considered. by her. People I Official Seal -. .

'';'''' years ago I bought graduation i if' who prejudges, and refuses ATTEST RALPH: E. ij.tnERT.Clerlc.

?' presents of luggage for my twin to consider the facts are equallyas I June 16-23. -2tc ..
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t-k > daughters through, the ,House irresponsible as those who -

: ., Stationery Room in, order to get perpetrate this type of smear. I FLAGLER IN THE CIRCUIT COUNTY COUWIV FLORIDA OP>.. ,

the wholesale price available to The writers of the stories made: IN CHANCERY NO. 4O2O '. -

:' the Sta.t1 on ery. Room. They didn't,: no effort to get .in .touch with EILEEN PURCELL HIBBARD ",-

It- say it outright, but the news me to find ,out the iacts of the I vs. 'Plaintiff..

r: '' \- stories implied that I was having case. They just went ahead and JOHN PAUL HIDBARD.'d'' .. .- '

: the ,taxpayers pay for' my I.wrote that I had "bought eight an .
daughters" graduation presents. pieces of assorted luggage.. NOTICE TO DEFEND
TOt -
THE STATE. OF FLORIDA.
t Of course nothing could be, far-I through the Stationery fund,!' John Paul Hibbard :

.' .ther from the truth. The leaving, the implication .to.' 26 Main Street _
.: : the matter, is that. I paid for I If dangle where it would. Lake Placid. New York '

:' ." the' luggage, costing ''$204.80, .out, I have :no doubt that there NO-CLOG GUARD .;. This dattle guard will turiTback any farm suit You has are been hereby filed notified against that you in a

t) of my own ,money. have been some. abuses. of the enmar.! Springs hold steel grate two Inches abo planks set on edge. the above entitled cause; and you

t .. : I \ But let Ralph Roberts, Clerk rules on the handling" of. ex.' ---- -- --- ., -. are hereby required to file your' ..answer -
p ; iif the' House,' who 'Has jurisdiction ; of committee members I'I. with the Clerk of this Court
; penses and to serve & copy thereof upon
1;:, :-;- ''over the House :Stationery the
in
and their staffs on trips the plaintiff or plaintiff's !attorney
:, Roomset. .that: straight Here is UnIted ,States and abroad. I'm j CRAIG whose name and address is:
' FUNERAL HOME -
,'.'...'.'"''A: -. W. Cecil Grant -
sure that the voters resent, .and Ltt: 407& :Main Street .
-if. "
l .
4t' 6. WANTED rightly so, any evidence of extravagance Daytona Beach. Florida:
41! BY THE I
;f FBII _on be part of our. I A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director not later than July 19th A. D. 1960.
travelling legislators and their I I If you fail to do so. decree pro
"
';. : JOHN HARDIN,. Associate confesso will be entered
_
.; ; > against
I T 11 : aides. It is my firm belief, however 4. you for the relief demanded in the
: I ,, 'that the. great majority of 'E-'.: AIR t OXYGEN,' bill of complaint. The. nature of
them have gone about their : .LADYATTENDANT said suit .being for divorce.'
1 ," work, here and 'abroad," efficientjly CONDITIONED ''I .. I EQUIPPED : WITNESS my hand and seal of
]
: + -- said
Court this
Pf ., .. 14th day tot June
IV1'.',, and without .extravagance. CHAPEL." i AMBULANCES A. D. 1960. ,
_
11: ,i Incidentally, my. only "junk- -. > ." .K. ., (Oflicial Seal) .

t .et" was one I tookfrom Washington 1 t ..: Phone ID :7-3532 J RALPH E. HARBERT
'
I "" I 1 ; ': '. Clerk of said Circuit Court
.
'....f<. to Baltimore .(38 miles) :! ; .4 .' -: '" .'H. June 16-23-30 & July .7-4f ____ as a member pf the Social Security ; I .
If 201 E. MOODYjBIfVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA
W c j Subcommittee of the J I -- -. ..... <- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND.

'. 4 --' ,- -' .- .FOR IN FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA '
CHANCERY
;:1... NO. 40:6-
'' .' c .. f > I ::. ... H. T. COOK and wife.
0-- .
Margaret M.
:' .j 1 Cook -
'ii IE -w-II. Plaintiffsvs '
f '
,jf\r'-s-4 '' ". 'j. -
.,. .*, : ,
, : :j54 "\> TROPIC STATE INVESTMENT:
f'f COMPANY a Dissolved Florida
.
-<: \ Corporation etc., et al.,
j? \
4 rr : W Defendants ,
< << NOTICE TO DEFRXD
_4c '
; : ), IN THE -NAME OF THE STATE
: : ; : OF FLORIDA. TO: '

r.; ,Q'8t pany Tropic a dissolved State Investment Florida corpora Com

\1 : tion and W. K. Tavel. IL S. Haynes
/ worth. sometimes known as H. S. .
JOSEPH CORBETT. JR. : t Haynsworth and H. S Haynes-
.t worth. Marie K. Tavel and
Corbet fcone of tie! FBl' 'Ten _l ,BoUcher D. Haynesworth. sometimes -
Most Woated.Fugitives,** ;is wanted for : known- as Boucher D. Hayns-

Iscopc from the California Institution, : --:' ,worth worth, and as director Boucher D. Haynes-

for Men,[; Oiino, Calif., where he was TropIc State Investment trustees Company of
5 years' to life sentence for -- a"d.ach
--i serving :- and all the unknown
f; murdering on Air Force sergeant. A assigns, successors In Interest.

Et-' Federal warrant was issued; at Los AnSeles. -* --i- line !' trustees by, or other parties claiming
pkUp through under or against said
CoW, on March 21, I960, /.inkecakwestpricecfftilI dissolved corporation, '
: none of
jir; charging him with unlawful! interstate : whom can be located, and it not
,
flight to avoid confinement for murder.A'white '; c. being known whether there are
; American, born on October any surviving trustees:
J. IL
26J92I, airSeaffle. Wash., Corbett and husband Michael.Stacia Anna A.* Brackney
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.. 6 feet,I feetr to 6 feet 2 inches tall I .<[ It alive. and Brackney.
their unknown
.
'7... '.:.... '$,:J '_ S\ .f heirs.
-1 deYlsees.
nd weighs 160 to 170 pounds He '... _; *:< r. creditors legatees. grantees.
or other
: c: has Hoht brown hair hazel eyes, a fair I # by, Parties claiming
;.conyUiacn; o'medium build, and has ':;, : '- .Malt. n 6foot St1teaide H&f4oa s6ot f1a;oeaide Htf-ton -foot StytesM. : ,Michael.through, under or against J. H.
4 *
R -
womd H7 :a clerk-typist laborer, : **.-.,?{)) ;" $35 to $161 LESS $35.to $156 LESS.$33.to $181 LESS hUsband Stacia Anna A. Brackney Brackney. and de- -
war&ofntmon, laboratory technician, .< ceased; and
a : ond aHcyd-resin eookes for a paint ; JO Any and all Persons (

kRtamifaei rer.', !His two upper front : ..a.- < J ... exceDt or claiming the plaintiff herein) having

teetk $4 ftt inward and heg1au.i wear; i- ....... In and any to the JSsh.t lands title Involved or Interest r
'. r *ortedy! being extremely N In this suit
; ... .- and hereinafter de-
f. : f :; ; Fiareaide W. On4oi 9-foot l scribed
;t ncanightta and capable of teeing l4attonfoot %-ton 8-foot StyU I Stytestd )f

-only close objects without them. He- '!"' :; ,' .. $33 to $181,LESS ': $32to$185LESS $6 to $53 LESS and The respective post office address
IJ' <" .' 'Iras a mole under his chin and a Cshoped -- .-.1-- named residenceof parties each of the above '
:: :" scar on his right thumb '- You and g unknown.'
each
," htt ( '; of ybu
'' 2 are hereby.
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tii!; .Corbe+t'o* eVpremedcaI; student, i -..'..-'"::-. :. -'' notified brought that a suit has been
interested* in scicnHfic matters, : ; to the alltlnst you to quiet title
.; \:; avidly; reads' technical$ and ravel ? f ANCHEn6 situate In.tdUowlng Flagler County desrjted Florida landa,
to-Wlt
booi,\aidh Intensely interested in -

fif*arnH o twget practice. He re- Falcon Blocks Eighteen (U). Thirty-

. .. :ieWjence poftedV: &and* a generally suptrioi lives general quietly in* .- .NEW FORD PickupGltfllC > < three hlrty.tlve(1) to (33)SIx. (35)(6)Thirty-four and Inclusive Lots, (34)One,

, '- '. 'and.neatly but:becomes erratic when Lots ten. (to) to Twelve and In-
t-r.t'i: ...; -.Printing alteholic beverages. J elusive. Block
Thirty-seven (37)
...... Of
t"" -OnvWj 'of tecond-o'e gree.murder,., : : .:- IM IA 0 M& mmf m hm the Town or Bunnell. accordIng -
<" : W9. V %plv IRRW to
:: armed 0, ; :*V pVV MRV Hl Plat of Bunnell Develop
:'. He k 6MMlH and dangerous ; ment 9ompanyrecorded In
?- Anyone 4ng information "conceiMftg Book at Page 2 of the public PUt'
-. him.s4iouid immediately notify' : i record of Flagler County_
Flor.
; :: : < N.wl.Ford'. Falcon: v Ida .

*, ,-p',;: ,)-."" % %* *li**iwmbec oSe* of of which the FBI eon, tttekfip be&e :-1':.:'-. ="fcR ,Hero is rieed 'up to ______________ above In the above styled court by the
: I Wow other } named plaintiffs and
, tUG sag- yOU
f : ,
L4 first of local are hereby
page mike piekupa-can save required to file -
dtMdorics. AUy or by )' ttr attorney wlTh
the
ro you kondrei more on fas' Clerk ot Said court your an5weor "
.. tad opfcMP' 1- other defensive }
pleadings to
C. _______ complaint in said suit and to the
c. Bie &-foot be: grate esjejpsatyfertMbuIkof- a a.erVe -
/ : copy thereof IL '
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f'OR upon T.
) .
: Cook.
whose address fa rltlzen. Bank S
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'pwbup jobs.Three-man cab, -. ._ 'S. --- Building' Bunnell. Florida. on or

c: : .: ,SH. ';',.FJLL &. sAND ;,. .....cem1foit of a Falcon $ ,and before the the Flagler 6th day of July. I'M

ii"., ...;....... ":.r:.:. e.4' .'1..<."."". '_ .. ..' _. ".,...1, '''9:"'- ... n..e..DOpi bp1ikeit a. newspaper meeting Trlbune-fwhfeh.the-cqufre.-j.
"."
. .. ,-.. ";' 9rrn&crs41CALL ;""f jnenta prescribed by J *T.Jtor eueh
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,, #, :! -"' ,, -, -- .' purposes, ts hereby designated ai
;," ...-i: #" :: --'t:, -- '.;. : OftO .TkS 'COST "LESS ; the newspaoer In which: this notice
; : .., 4 fr ahall be published once
a.
! \ i' '..; '. "' .rr'L-. : four week tOr
consecutive k .
wr
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Jlreln
{ : ; ', ; :' : : '?& or Decree Pro Coafesso, wUCbe tat!
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; entered aeainst you. >'" ,,';;. .'; .'-'": '
4 ; >: *- ':: 'ISS.lNNL. ; WITNESS mv hand'ss "C1 t d'
; the seal of said
',' Court P1! :4t1i
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,IL <:'-, :. ;, ; % ...,'HE' 9.2O4' 3unnell: M torCOtripanyIf'y.re..MC of; May- RALPH 1580. E/ILtRBEflT" T. %' '"

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''Thursday, _June ,16,..J.960 'f {' THE"-FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNEIX, FLORIDA -. "/ PAGE k }. SEVEN

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I I It months. Excessive perspirationcan of pieces of British-money: u -I- IYj'..LAGLEJ.l COUxTVFLORIIDA> OF':.
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Todz1's
i h'I Is1x'pence
; t. 'a4 : make It oily Dust'and dirt Highlights hilUng,-.etc. GEORGE IN CHANCERY NO- 'AoH '- ,.'.iIt<.- .
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LINT F
( dull its sheen, and the hu At night, we restricted .
t can .1)l
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:'<1. mIdlty'doesn't do anything to Trip > "'S. ::-t. !. '
" .i ,-- that CLARA MAfci LJINT. : ;
ashore
its as little was open
: help appearance. t t t Defend4Lt
; Your Remember ,at this time that (Continued from page 2) '"* any of us desired to see. The AOT1CK TO DEF YI->
; : JPamper Hair r
boat had a recreation director THE STATE OF FtRf IA,. TO. :
yo.ur'hair could use a little Clara Mae '_ ". ,
extra Lent "
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Nassau and the who planned aI} of activity -
f Elizabeth XHcfeeasoa) of the City of, types Hampton R. D. No; '1 <" '
(By attention
on-your part. Hair island. The Island of_New Providence ; for the entertainment of the I f Hampton NeW ,Jerse "- .

:. ,. Summer with *'its heat and needs more .frequent shampooing ; is 21 miles Iqng"and seven passengers. Dancing, floor shows: j J suit You has are been hereby filed notned agalhyuu| u. In a

', : humidity calls for special in the hot weather. Giveit j Allies wide.. It has a populationof games etc., were going on un- j, the above entitled cnu* ;- nd jrou

; emphasis on grooming. During f frequent :, rousing brushings about, 50,000 inhabitants. til the early hours. the:,morn-1' I ewer are hereby with the required Clerk to_of file tMg''Yf'\\t"CJnUrt.*nr

\: : ;.. ;:the summer, the drying effects between shampoos to Most of the inhabitants are of ing. j j,and to serve a xeof upon

:'"'> ,> 'of: :sun, wind arid salt water surface dust and $remove'l African, ,Spanish, and South On Sunday, everyone planned f the whose plaintiff name, or and plaintiffs address,,&Is|:torn" ..y.

... t:/, ; J._ :can ,make your hair particularly At times cleanse ,the American origin. They speak carefully what tl,1eywere to.see Ray SeldeaSelden.. '

....,.. '.{. : hard to handle. an astringent that is .suited to I everything from, the cultured or do, as we knew' that we Boo Main Building Street S e -",.,- :,
Gr English to broken Spanish and would have to be, aboard: ship : Daytona Beat;h.'FJorf "
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Take precaution .now so you .
[ you II not later than July UUif'A..J. 1.6O.'
'., English, mixedusually.: at a by 4:30 that aftetrnodn, to beready If you fail to do so de .
< 'won't suffer ill effects later. For an added touch of allure prp
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... -h "" : very fast clip. to salt by 5 P.M., confesso will be entered ::lei&lnstyou !
; ( Overlong ..exPOsUl'eta'th. : sun use a well-chosen hair spray or '., Some of went to Churchon for the relief dpmajnded *r the '--
'.1. <1 us
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(I' ': ,' .will dry, 'haIr, and'even ,bleach lotion ,to make the hair more Since we had no desire or Sunday-most to the Church bill said ot.suit complaint.being for The'diVorc. nature*... of

f "- or streak it.: Wear a big straw: manageable and lustrous 'an'er need to eat off .the boat, we of England services at" U A. :M. WITNESS my hind and.'"S.al of
*aid Court this 8th of June
t. _. ',bat or a becoming scarf to washing. If you don't find a were not concerned with the We enjoyed the services_ and, A.. D I960. day- .
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void hair unb in:' need for ,one of these, sprinkle segregation problem.In heard a beautiful pipe organ ,(Oljlclal Seal)

': Salt water doesn't really harm your hairbrush with-perfume to mentioning many of the and choir furnish music for the Clerk RALPH of E.said HARDKRT CIreult Qourt

your hair, but allowing] to' re- give an elusive fragrance to I interesting sights on the Island, ,services. June 16-23-30 & July '7--.4tn.

'" main in the hair doesn't add your locks. ". I' I think that, most of us agreed In ''the afternoon,' some went IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF

:: to your glamour.! To avoid that the first thing to do is togo sightseeing, others went to Para- FLAGLER IN CIIA2VCERY COUNTY NO., 4O2O FLORIDA*
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sticky, unmanageable hair that to.the \Vat r Tower" and dise Beach, by boat on Hog Is-, ANTONIO. SALSONE, '

results from salt 'water ndi" SI-jADETRE CARE take, the elevator to the top, land while some visited the_Sea Plaintiff" ; ,

where the entire City of Nassau Gardens. C. B. Eisenbach, Rev. I'ASQUALINa'SALSONE.Defendants
sand,' rinse your hair in fresh Lack .of moisture is sometimes be Several .
and Island can seen. Thomas Pinner and myself went

water as soon as possible after. the reason for' t e'poor condition of us decided, after bargaining to the local Cricket Game.,. It NOTICE TO DEFEND .

-, you. leave the beach. of shade trees during and investigating,prices, took us almost two hours to find THE* Pasqualina STATE OF Salsone FLORIDA., ;'

;;: Your hair takes. a Jot of punIshment -. summer months, according toP to take a taxi conducted tour out what was going on game- Tresilico t

,t' .. "; ,_ during r the summer_ G. Herndon, extension farm of the Island and Cityt On this wise even with the_help of a Prov.Italy Reggio. Calabria,;. "

r' forester. trip, we visited the British Colonial local interpreter explaining the You are hereby notified that a
: suit has been filed against in
{ THE OUTBOARDER "But," he adds. "an equally Hotel, where' we saw and game. the above entitled cause; and you you
heard the all ..steel drum native aboard Ship are hereby required to file your an-
.... Authorized Evinrud Dealer frequent cause ,of trouble & band. and looked Everyone was I swer with the clerk of this ,Qourt.
REPAIRS starvation." Elements most necessary playing over, when we began to cast off. The and to serve a copy thereof upon
BOATS -ACCESSORIES I the beautiful gardens and band the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
fanfare of the play
: Dockage Storage Free Ramp for tree growth are nitro- grounds. Later we visited the .usual whose. name and address is:, <
and dancingwas Samuel "
ing, natives diving V. Holch
< WE FINANCE gen, phosphorus and potassium.. water tower and other Interest- behind P.O.Box471-
we
left as
825 Ballouzh Rd-: Daytona These may be lacking in soils ing sites including the native soon East Palatka. Floridanot
r headed out to sea. This time later than July 9th A. D. 1960.
--- where shade trees'are grown. settlement called "Grants J If you fail to do BO, decree pro
smooth and one
no
the
; sea was
FREE PAINT The results is an unhealthy Town." / confesso will be entered.'against
: was sick-all enjoyed the return 1 you for the relief demanded in the

One extra gallon' of your ,choice color of the foliage, poor bud Many of ,us became familial: sailing very much. raid bill of suit complaint.being for The divorce.nature of

... with each sailor you buy. development,' dying branchesand .. with the British money even Upon arriving in Miami next WITNESS my hand

,'Mary Carter 1 Paint Store poor growth of the' tree ingeneral. I It I though we could use our own morning we rushed to prepareto said&.D. Court 1960.Official this 7th day dofeJune

t currency on the Island. Most ( Seal
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:'' through Customs. We saw ,
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pAlso:Westxata Kbopplng l : Ontei r* ,of us brought, back several great RALPH E. HARBERT
the job
f ; and experienced Clerk said Circuit, Court'
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'' \ is doing to protect our LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
-f :<% '' ;,"f''ih-i; > ; j NOTICE CALLING FOR BIDS
all cleared
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Notice
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> -:' >{,',. I"'"" l".:_ ,.- :..,-, ... t, .,, Customs and loaded 'on our bus twill be received hereby by given the Board that bids of
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'; ':1) '. .tP':-- }... ._ 4'" ., '. .", for the return trip home. Commissioners of the East Flagler /
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Q ;:, )/;;/. Just before, leaving our ship, I County Mosquito District of Flagler '
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County.
"" -i .. Florida Jn the office of East
tL",, :- ,' ls'"v,..' : ., ::.. ... .... we were complimented by the Flagler Mosquito Controt District.
., .. :." North A A. Flagler Beach Florida,
.f '- 'f, '" I Assistant Steward who told us .
t"1 up "iftei li!. EL&TTuesday.: July-
{I I how fellow passangers, (adults) th* J,9A* for the Purchase of one

.. new 1960 model
a' 'l }.k.i'r. <.'Syf?x'!,',+,,{";..},.:;...>.}"y.yF',,,,,,c.'R c: xx'v"a..-; '',n,y r,.f..' r,: ,had commented on how wonderfully with angledozer blade.crawler tractor ,
.''iiS;}v.i lvfa' wv.Q<:%t:::tiii;i'pT; ; i}: '.kY :v. M... and courteously our students | Minimum specifications
are as
}{+ : a i} vvy. :: ;yy '
ti't v....? had conducted them follower Twelve ,volt electric
startIng
;S :: ir#}:? d': }:ry tiii ; -
}}: +.: :S.,}} 'ea'4 j''' A;} };YrvK?tZ'eXt} 'selves. ; diesel engine developing not
; less than 33 brake horsepower at .
:\ {:}: i :.'ap / By 715 P. M. Monday, we had 1850 R.P.M., P1't"-cleaner or air ,Intake

:x%{;:} }:{'r:1iY ?{{ r 4 ;{;,; ?,!{ returned. to.Bunn l1, happy, connected: 12 volt heavy duty batteries.
to deliver 12 volts; 5
smarter, but ,pooerer .(financial- I bottom track rollers; 14 inch wide
o'' .t } k -ly). I grouser track shoes: hydraulic .
!, track adjusters single hydraulic
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.t%:7Pr: ::: .}'rYV{>}Kx::i{: ?s % by }+t'{:y' .'y ,. The Ban-.Parents Association 'system i j ; directional reverser; four

) '{#: c.- n'I i.F'e ):.'.:%x,?sl{,; wants to ;thank everyone for i speeds forward' with reverse speed;
: heavy
duty
j rear bottom plate eleeI
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.wS: SttiYi"..'::<$::.$ : their. time money, and donations I >ric hour meter- : upright muffler
CyTi; : ta ,for thetrip.WALTERS. [ x90"with muffler cover; 90 degree. 23"-
ang'e blade with
replaceable
MORRIS I ,cutting edge; ,hydraulic cylinder

Band Director, Bunnell High:, xz%} :};};; ;}!{ti :SW; f!{ ell other equipment listed
aK'\: d.if ; ',' School "Band. j j lard as stand-
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; tA;;, ; : : I "..," for the machine
-ifitiffirtent locks shall be installed '
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NOTICE Of pp1**!* TAX wherever
for
necea ACCF.CfiMIwr-! :.protectionof
\ TO A TdtP>a!R C!OVS TNTEHESTKD-:
vandalism flocks
shall be
malfteJ'key"d. -
:- -TAKE'NQTIGF that the roll ofBoerlaJ
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: and
$ net less than two keys
fY. waaessment heretofore made shall be arovlded.An .
Z$: :$aAn: fiv1'?' >ar. .Y':{t} ,t v"'- the "T' wnA eB 'or for the 'i)ur-
i.4.v Dpae jtefravine that Hart of theroBtji I alternated for furnishinga
t ;< : ;
.r.k .v.;::
? k$' tractor with engirt of
gasoline
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; -hl''h the Town Commission'
$
jYv;; adeuuate horsepower, with sueh_
'e'.:{ ,rv ecMM should be raid and borne .
: ,xfiyxl } by gneclil ..uesirm"nt toP the nav- modifications I as Are necessary in
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(, 'r' lnir 'of that T> rt'on of ConnecticutAv above power_ specifications in lieu, "
-: tin.} "nu* frpm "tite Road 11 to the of a diesel engine, is requested. ., I
.. a a.SQ; tiK bnKys<;thitsys :}.:tix Flirt Bide of John Anderson Hftrh- The bid price'' shall be the cash ', t!
: way in now on file at my pence delivered pri e to a specified site i i
"foe iMihlfc -\ Inspection. In of near Flagler Beach Florida. ;
: t "v NOTTCE 18 -HERKRT OTVKN Payment in full will be made within !
that the Tmyn Commission. of the thirty (30)- days of receipt of I
Town of Flag*> Beaqb will meet invoice. The bidder shall state'
I at the Town Hall In, said Townon earliest delivery date possible. The I,
the 16th day of June. 1960. torevew bid price shall cot include Federal .-,\,
I
aid assessment. at which Excise and
: time and place opportunity win be Transportation Taxes
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nor Florida Bales Tax An exemption
Ive" all persona Interested to be.heard.
,,. requested.certificate t, will be furnishod If ,
.. DATED May I960. i
20.
.VB' '
::: 1f{ t't Y.tl4l.NVYy'} The Board ofCommissioners :
RUDOLPH PETERSON. reserves -;
.., Town Clerk., the right "to reject any and ;
; ,. 1"- all bid"j; ,
> I I.i June 2 :
-9.Je--3tq.
.. ... .,--- ...- .. -- --' Dated this 14th. day of June, 1CO '. 'r f,
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? f F.Am.icu-r'mtxTV. FLORIDA. ,FUsrler County, '" !_'' ', ',''fnf- "' ntAvrvn v;jy o. 4033 GEO. MOODY,Chairman x''Ji ;1 !I

s GIVE BETTER at i ; ,ROBERT 2WECK',: June 16-,23: =i:2tc [:: !
< Plaintiff. ,
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., Defendant" j '

.. ..; Be fie to see all tfeat's sew in gifts eiectricaL The ; !THE%" RTATR'OF,NOTTCR TO'FLORIDA nirT'p'xI),' TO. : i.l. 4t IiTiiigrir QTrfbnttfBUJTNELL < ft;, !

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Melee is+ 4> Strikingly ill TltCAl GIfTS for: Mildred Sally Zweck _
Idleseytnt(1s11p1eese: evyone \' ,': -t: '.141 Greehlch Street I. ;"", IPLORIDA ... :
ftu4tful gills for home,end, aad persooal ea"jeyBa : _: TDM Roosevelt. I* I, New York '."':{
,, :-. .aJ'e hereby notified that a -

4 t., B& hits in NoK package! Stbctiona are zl a G "lJA t -dnys -- .' '-. / thfe suit amove,has been entitled filed rau,against* : and you you In MRS. :M. B. 'FULLER. EdItor'_ "

-::rz' t ferht-prices 1 are light Nice to give -woederful to Vv :-;.. are hereby qulivd' to file your answer '..
with the Clerk of thin Court De I. '
mated OffleUl "'bll .u.a
9ft ,for happier livinf, electrically.RiglttxWOW cutd.&. Q' if: and to serve a cony thereof upon
t.
1 -- the for Pabile Retire .f FlaslerOaaty.
nlalntiff or:nlAlntiffs attorney *
=and for every;gift occarion' .00 your .., 1 4 17... whose. ; name anti' +ddrrea Is: 1 .. Hfant Ipallte tkert ,:,i'::

.. < efec W de l first v 7 -.I .Samuel, v. 'iTolchP.O. ".
HOT 471 ..d the, State. '0f FI.Hda T.j' .
t East Palptka. Florida J
not later thn Ju1"" Hth A- D. :"ft. ;y
F}# z FLORirA. PIWER LIIJIT COMPANY If YOW fi| tn doT no. decree pro Catered M mntn& class matte= ':> ',:"
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confesso '
; HELPING BUHJI PLGIWAF yOu for the. relief da%andlain the February .-.I.IS.'., -..at tfce *.!.&ft i i. :;; .

bill of eomnlaint. The nature of .-elJ.jPIJ srlda, _cIet.f, _v-\.t' <' '.
said suit 'being for Jlvojve.WITNE :' .Muck- .". :"-
,-nd ea1 of Li. ;:.--
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T .M Court .this day of June" > s i, {_ ?
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a .-, ((4MII.c1"t Real) _--i'> One- Tear j; e! riJiBn ;-; r
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THi _$1a3:
Clerk of CircuitCourt 1
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.t,: ScKool 7 1 aBunneli : |'r- ',-: ', .IWate mel n*Rind- or size, and soak .for 2 to Snap beans / are one of the" Yellow green vegetables areconsidered

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.. 31
hours in limewater.
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:!:"<'. -- ::;;!. .,,-"" most popular vegetables to have 1 I' major sources. of II
!: Band Officers' '-:: ; 'Pickle RecipesSweet the with. watermelon cold water.rind.Cook Cover for 11,originated in the Americas. Vitamin A. : "

Elected Pickled Watermelon Rind hour or until tender. ,Drain thfe 1 S I
f Are. "
watermelon. Cover with a weak
I Select rind from a small, finn, INSIRE-SUy Insured & Rest '
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Assiiref
?:z .Cary Holland has been elected ylnegar (1 cup in 2 cups of
melon ( % rind ,
not. over-ripe or .
.
water) and to
j as Band Captain of the Bunnel allow stand over. "
melon). Trim off the
from large
School's "Biggest,Little Band it night. Discard the liquid next GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM
and Cut -
flesh.
!- skin pink
Dixie." green .. morning make a syrup of the I
:" ,
cubes and soak for 2
%
} Others elected to serve with;t in inch 3 cups of vinegar H cup water, I I

:rl", him at the) recent organization hours in lime water made 6\\ sugar and spice..eat'the' syrup I H. T. COOK AGENCY S

,,-'. '. of the band are:' 'First lieutean. 2 teaspoons lime and 2 quarts to 180 degrees F. Cover and let I''

-> .: ant of Operations, Mike :McMil. cold water. Drain and cover stand for 1 hour. Add the drain Citizens Bank BMg. Bunnell, Florida I
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for
water and cook
(;.. Ian; First Lieutenant of Library,, with fresh ed watermelon 'and cook gentlyfor
ST Connie Shields; First Lieutenant 1% hours Bring to the boiling 2 hours or until the syrup is
W'- ?,.. of Secretary, Mary JSusan.Branriam. I point, 2 quarts.:white vinegar, 1 fairly thick. Process in a water-

'." ." I pint of water 8 cups sugar, and bath canner for 15 minutes. Miture ,' : '
; .
Serving as Field Drum' Majorette '2 tablespoons whole cloves and
: : will be Patty ''NIesen. The 4 sticks cinnamon tied loosely I HAVE YOU THE BOOK THREE AISLES CVERINTHERCTIOH OOtrr KID VOU&SELF
it';;;J marjorette corps.will be Dianne fin cheseeclotlu. Add the drained NAMED' FOR THE DEVIL *MAN.THE MASTEROFTHEH006EHO ,SIR ARE4USTASGOOOFLAGLER.THAT OTHER PLACES

:' Adams, Joan Hoff, Connie I watermelon, and boil gently for .The metal nicel, was named I .
and hours. Pack the watermelon for the deviU The tought, heat. '
Shields, JameS ? Dawson ,,2 4. ,, HARDWARE
Lynda Revels. 'pickle in sterilized glass jars, resistant, metal colleg copper I
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_. will with hot seal air- onysmelters 18-century Sax
Mary Jo Daugherty serve I cover syrup, in
t tT: as the Student Conductor. of the tight and store in a cool place. ony. Exasperated miners calledit HAVB OUTSTANDING PROVEN THEIR

[.. Band. t Note: The lime ,(calcium oxide __ "Old Nick's- Copper., OEPEWOAWWVWJ
; L" I ) may be bought from the
drugstore. This makes a wonderful J
: I Frank IG1ais1c 1
t PHONE COMPANY pickle to serve with meatsor : ..
CONTINUES-GROWTH on a relish tray Start using f.-.-.............-.-.-....-...-.. ..-...-....-..........-....-....-..-.-.........-......-'.....
t SHOE REPAIR ..
fr;: I There will soon be seven million these rinds now- for good eating ., I W. MOODY BL.VD. ; FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
later on.Watermelon. ) 1 Block West of Railroad /I .
;p : telephones in the Southern ( General Shore Repair ) .
.. ,I Bell area, according to Buck, Rind Pickle J AMBULANCE L
;{- Moore, district ,manager for the 2 lbs. watermelon rind PHONE VAlley 4-1625
,t,, company in this 'area. I Lime water made: from 1 qt. SERVICE :

r:", .Southern Bell which serves water and 1 T. lime TV Bob i : ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA :
::'" Florida and eight other South. : 1 qt. cider vinegar S
& Never be hesittnlt about calling a ,Garcia Ambulance. We
t.: em.states. will pass the 7,000,000 I ic. water -* -. '
.: mark this month The seven 5c sugar (2# 'lbs. sugar) SERVICEall 5 ,are always at your service with promptness safety and :

,:f' millionth telephone will be Installed l' Tablespoon allspice experience. S S :

:: at the desk of Dr. Wayne 1 Tablespoon cloves '_ S makes Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator S
r Reitz, president of the University 6 small pieces stick,, cinnamonIf I l' _

i of Florida, in 'a special commemoration ( desired, 1 oz. green gingerroot Sales, Tubes and Garcia Funeral Home .
:: program on June may be added). Antenna Installation. '
ki.; \ 22, 1960. Pare and remove all green t I :: '- P. E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral 1 Director .

': '. ,Of the seven million tele: pink portions from watermelonrind. PHONE HE 9-2204 =- LADY -ASSISTANT.. ',

I k' phones, 1,314,000 are in Florida, Cut it in the:.desired shape .1 S ................ ........, ............................. .................._.'...S.......... S
Ir-; with 1,120 In, Flagler county.' :

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FI .
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: : Use Watermelons : '5
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, \: : In: ]: Various Ways )\ z::; ; '( ) \ .5 5; OUT WHERE THE COUNTRY CAL ... ..
-$: : >/** :>5v'J&*- TEAR A TRUCK TO PIECES- t
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Red-arid-green, king-sized watermelons ,
'S $&& && *t,il f "'' &7
Flor- i .\ S."f* '-+ '%:y-X'fM
; '... now plentiful J.
iF. ; ida markets, offer a variety of .-.5 555 5 5555 -: '''::.: 5 j Chevy ... "

'uses to the' homemaker. \ 'SS -' \
/ Common uses of this summer '

fruit include melon balls served middleweightsget ,
separately or in fruit cups and
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ice-cold slices for des ':.'>
; salads, j y more '. ,,
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; ,. serts or-between-meal and late. : ,
evening snacks. Hollowed out, 5.. 5 5 : ..SS5 S ; S
:, juicy ripe melons make fine + x workdone' :
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: punch.bowls,, too. ..
Cutting ,and plugging is the' : : j in iaday!
best way: to determine ;
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Sweetness depends
'S on'variety. Large melons quauty.1 : #55 Where they used to deliver 2,300s .

,, :ly havemore:. heart WL1R gallons of liquefied petroleum gas
I : 45s j other trucks Petrolane Gasa' '
of seeds. ,:Midget melons are as w 55 5 ,, in I
i_ and rich-fleshed as the > )'C F Service of Long Beach,California, ',_
j- ripe ".k 5, : :; t can now deliver 3,500 gallons a J'
: larger. ones. ? ;; >: ;t 0 day That's 7 days week usually,
To buy Juicy ripe melons, ,
.-.. F over back trails and up into high ,' ;,' .
W : look'for good deep color of rind : .. 'S 'o. 1
:; '.: ,(_:0 rock country with maximum GVW .. ."
: : with 'a velvety appearance and ".. 'S- '.5 loads. And with Chevy's Torsion- I

T yellow underside Immature '4- Spring RIde paving every foot of ( "

: melons look, hard, green'and : ,. S. the way!"You don get any more ,..
unripe. 'Their underside is pale 5,5 jolting on washboard roads than .
gren or white. SS\ you do in a passenger car, or any ,
t: -' ,Good watermelons appear & ?4F sidesway on CfJ'I'fUsay" driver <'." ,
symmetrical. l,' firm and fresh. A \'S \, bS. *5 '* Bernie Stone.used to take some '"

: .hard white streak running rough roads at from S to 8 mite ..
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lengthwise- through the flesh is 5- an hour. Now I can go 30 over '

-S undesirable, but can't be detected Z : / them Petrolane has over 200 ... ,
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If you think we're excited aboutChevy's .
I For storing. several days) Watermelons F independent suspension -

should be kept at a :" ,you ought to tall to the truck
temperature of 36 to 40 degrees S : S ,' S owners who are profiting by it. S ;: ,

S with higtf' humidity. Melons S They'll tell you Chevy's torsion- _.
held freezIng is the hottest ::
at temperatures spring design thing ;.
4:1.: tend te became dented or pitted S tohittheindustrysincetrucksbeS :": ..''
:: or aequke.,bad flavors after one galL Drive one-that's the proof, ,' .
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sfoee aacient times. '
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were ,cultivated even inS u. '
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