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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 23, 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
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 48, ':SNO.... 24 : BUNNELL. FLORIDA, THURSDAY. JUNE. 23, 1960 .' f' $2:50:: A YEAR' -

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Bunnell Graduates 'Youths Attending I Miss Wood Seeks Title of Future FarmersOn Lions Club Will


Flan to Attend Boys State in Capital Miss Florida, East Coast Two Week TourThe Install Officers, i

I Cary Holland of Bunnell and ;Future Farmers of America -

DB Junior College Danny Frailey ot I Flagler Beach Chapter members left Satur- [Honor LadiesLadies j
!I are in Tallahassee'this week at i day+ morning for a two week's .
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One hundred twenty high tending the session of Boys I tour which will take them to Night will be observedat
, ; State. New Orleans, several points of the Bunnell lions Club ban-
school graduates epected to I
complete entrance testing next Boys 'State is sponsored by I interest in Texas, and to Mexico. quet and installation of officers
They are travelling on a school Friday night. The banquet will '
and for fall The American Legion ,and is a 1
r' ... .Monday Tuesday_
bus and being chaperonedby be held at the AlA Restaurantat
| entrance into the university week of long active: sessions, are 1
and Harold Emery, Leslie Tucker, Flagler Beach at 7:30 P.M.
-. parallel program of the transfer state, county, city govern- I i
\-. division of Daytona Beach Jun- ment. Those who are partici- L L. Brannam, and Johnny Special guests, in addition tQ 1
pating in the session will be i Botterbusch. Mr. Brannam called the ladies, will be District Governor i
was'announced
for it
College,
"o .- Il today .by Mrs.. Dortha Foster, members of the ,senior class. I home Tuesday night and said Bill Wallace of Orlando, 1

. ," 'head of the guidance and testing They are sponsored by American they were spending the night in! and Zone Chairman Leonard
Legion Posts ''throughout the Kingsport, Texas 'I Moody of the. Bunnell Lions 1
i program for the transfer .
.K. Club. Leonard is the retiring
local
division. state. The boys are sponsored I
the Post 115. club president.Fred ....
by Flagler i
If More ,than half of the senior I Local. Men Attend
.: Cary is the son of Mr. and Fruits will be installed
class from Bunnell have applied I ..
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Mrs. Dean Holland of Bunnell. : H.. as president of the club. First,
so far for entrance. Out of a J
r* : senior class of 22 students, 12 Danny is the son, of Mr. and Cattlemens MeetLyman I I second and third vice presidents
: I Mrs. Henry Shill of Flagler I will be Gayle Mercer, Bob Cook,
have already completed their Beach. L. Gage and Raymon and Allen Reynolds.
I pre-requisites for fall entrance. Tucker attended the State Cat !.
To be installed
as secretarywill
g\' Next week's tests will bringto I Miss Sharrpn lone Wood, 16- tlemen's Association meeting in
I be Frank Boswell.and L. H.
t,. 200 the number of students I year old student of Boone
West Palm Beach Wednesdayand .
I
Lion Tamer
treasurer.
New Drady as
Principal
f- enrolled for full time, .academic I f High, Orlando, Is the latest t Thursday of last week. will be W. L. Spicer Jr., and
: work In the 'transfer division in entry in the Miss Florida East J I II (
I MR Gage said: "At this meet I Tailtwister will be Leonard
the fall. Mrs. Foster stated that ,! To Begin Duty 'Coast Beauty Contest, a high ,I ing it was. learned that an outbreak I Moody. .
k" "the college is extremely pleased i light of the Fourth of July I of cattle fever tick, recently ': ,
I Directors will be J. J. Kelley,
: with the quality of students that I Celebration at Flagler Beach I I
I Il Here July First occurred in Martin County!t Ralph Harbert, and Walter Mor
have applied for entrance' and I Iif. July 2nd through the 4th. from which place it has spread I: ris. .

many, she pointed out, scored James O. Craig of Brooksfieldhas I Miss Wood has green eyes to 15 other places and from Reservations may be made
:\ over 200 points on their senior been employed as principaland brown hair, fiv /;feet six inches 11 I these ticks have been found on with the installation committeemen -

k placement tests. general supervisor for Bun- high and weighs 110 ,pounds. 37 different premises. Jack Clegg and Willard
:._ :: Mrs. Foster urged high school nell High School. Mr. Craig will She is sponsored by Susan I l "At present only four counties Tucker. .'. -
graduates to complete their application succeed Carl E. Hornsby who Scott Shops of Orlando and j jI in the state are under quarantine --t
,.:' process as early as resigned to accept a position as I Cocoa. Sharron is a title hold I Ii I I II, and Henry 0. Partin of I '

t possible ',for! what 'now appearsto I supervisor of education in Hend- j f i er and a runner! up in three' I Ii Kissimmee, Louis Gailbreath of g
be a..record enrollment at the ,. i :
major contests. I
,i I ry county. =I If i : Marion County and other well .
.,.-<. transfer,:division.:: ; Students may j][f :Mr. Craig is a native of Ar We will have pictures of sev- I known cattlemen: over the state,

get: :forma$ .from the kansas and 'has. been in the eral other ,candidates.. in the. as well as th State Livestock Roatdqp.By
..: ;tra lappue"cm office at 638 Florida School Stem for the next issue .pf40 Tile / Ibune. I Board, are'doing everything pos I..
l "Ns***.* **-r udn' 'Daytona ... .M>*-IiiX -: r< f -( -Leslie.Padre'ti :
; .. three yearsII -- MMMw .. v"WPr*
past was-prin M HII. *Mta* MVMH B M -tt.... V' to control the spread of
'4.:' Beach :orrph&ne'for an' appointment cipal of Hernando County Senior': ,'_. Plble" ticks. any farther. Rain, rain and more' rain has
Summer Teen *
(;. calling I sort-of been a bugaboo to
'. by CL23667. High School in Brooksville.. He I I .. was brought out that the our
received his Masters 'Degree in t Softball games lately. We hopeto
trend is from three and
;< Four-H Boys Education and Administrationand I[Dances Begin* =' four year away old steers, and work- : get going tonight and we '
have some
good
Supervision! Peabody College ing toward. a leaner and standard gamesontaptor
in Nashville, Tenn. Night ; tonight. The first game at
ITuesday grade of younger cattle
'3:: To Appear Mr. Craig will begin his duties Teen Dances will i which will eventually lead to a 7:30 will find Wadsworth Lum-

t-. ; here around July 1. Mr. and be held each Tuesday night at I much lower price than the ber Co., 9-3 and the Phillips Oil-

f.. Y.Y. On TelevisionHoward Mrs. Craig will move here within I the Flagler Beach Recreation Choice and Premium Grades of ers, 93. These two teams have
been battling for first place all
the next few days. They
Center beginning. Tuesday, June beef when it reaches the house
.. Taylor,- county, agent, have a daughter who will 'be- 28 Mrs. Mickey Massie said to wife. I season. The Lumber Co. has
I. announced_today? that .Mike Mc.J : gin her second year of college "It also was brought out at Cliff Sheffield back In action.
.
_. Millan and Levi Brannam, Jr., this year; and a son who is in day.The dances will be from 8 to t this meeting by experts from Cliff has had a swollen hand

t ', '- were scheduled to appear ,on high school. 11:30 and the dress will be casual the University of Florida that the past 10 days.

':' television on Channel' 12, Jacksonville (no, shorts or blue jeans). i cattlemen,. on a broad average, The second game will find -

\: : on Friday, June 24th, Peter Wolski Dies Members of the 1961 Senior j,J are not realizing more than two the the Harris Flagler Beach Firemen teams and
tat 6:45 A.M. The 4.H boys will Class will be in charge of the I to four per cent return on their Appliance con
appear on the program "Hi At Beach Snack Bar and the admissionwill investment and the cattlemenof testing, which should be a good +
/-; Neighbor," which is a regularly Flagler} be 25 cents.Decorating Florida were urged to use game. The Beach team has one

scheduled agricultural program chairman appointed every means possible to increase of the best hitting teams, but
conducted ;Jim Watson Home SaturdayPeter their of beef of their weakness still is in the
by Du- at the' planning meeting I pounds per acre
t: val county agent. Wolski' died at his homeon Tuesday night was Jeff Seale ground."A pitching department.
( 'The boys will discuss the 4-H Flagler 'Avenue in Flagler The committee will meet at the tax expert from the Na- Harris Appliance team which

r. program in Flagler county as Beach late Saturday afternoon center on Saturday morning to tional Cattlemen's Association, has been improving every game,
" well as the recent_ 4-H Short. after a long illness. decorate the ,center. Denver, Colo., spoke of the absolute still could make it to the -top?
course which was held at the He was a native of Poland Fifteen dollars were donated necessity of keeping alertat but they have to win all. Jim

'University 'of ,;Florida and, of and came to the United States I Tuesday evening for records by all times to counteract new Burnsed, catcher for the Harris

: course, will put; in ,some plugs when he was 21,. moving to Mr. and Mrs, ,Ralph .Blackwell, taxes, which the Federal Government team, is doing a, wonderful Job
: : for Flagler county; in general. I Flagler Beach in 1952, coming Future Teachers, Mrand Mrs. tries to enact and I handling Tom. Pinner. Both are

.from ,Chicago, 111. He was 68 Jasper White,, ALA, Bar BeQue, which would be unfair to our going great and the rest of the
years of 'age and a member of I Mr. and Mrs.* Phil Kester, Mr. cattle industry/ teams are playing better all-
u Legion Officers I,St Mary's 'Catholic Church in and Mrs. J. C. Forson, Paul' Kel- The local representatives said around ball Keep up the good

>!' Korona. ley.. Mrs. Frank Brede and Mas that this was one of the .best .work bdys. I'm looking forwardto

Installed Monday Survivors include his wife, sie Motor Court. Committee in and largest mid-term meetingever tonight's games as all the ,
Mamie Walski of Flagler Beach;. Bunnell to collect funds for records held and that they feel II boys are anxious to play. !
Officers vqf'The; :- American- three daughters, Helen and will be Polly Forson, Nancy our State Association is doing Weather permitting I'll see.you i iII

Legion Poet ,-115 were installedat Stephanie Prokop of Chicago Brannam, and Fern Allen. At all possible to keep abreast of II at the ball game. ,' :

the,meeting Monday night at Heights, and Lillian Furguson; Flagler Beach it will be Tess new developments as they oc- OFFICIAL STANDINGS' ;z

,the Bunnell Community ,Center. I I Joliet, Ill.; two sons, Theodore Massie, Joan Preston, Lynda cur. 1 '. W L"_ .. 1 I
District Commander Franklin and Henry WolsS. both of Chicago Blackwell, and Sandy Gordon.- Wadsworth 9 ", '3 : '-0 a j
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-.,- -chambers: ..Jacksonville..B acl1 Heights; .a step-daugkter, Poster committee named. is FLAGLER COUNTY Phillips 9 3 "-..
Poet 128 wag the installing officer. Ruth Mikulka of Korona. ,Also Betty :Abbott. Publicity and also Harris Appliance 4 ,8Flagler '
., 'He was assisted by Arthur surviving are 16 grandchildren.The treasurer will.'be Tess Massie. SALES TAX RISESA ,Beach 2. 10
f.Jacksonville' service 'this:-week will be statement the office of
Craig alee o Beach. Rosary was said Chaperones 'from Batting; LIttleflled 520, Cliff '
._ Coy Harris :WSM, Installed_ as, at.8'o'cioek.. Sunday night at the Ethel, White and;Marie Brede. Ray E, Green state comptroller Sheffield 462 C. Wall 425.;

,,."':;. conunaftder ,of the post with Chapel:.of ;Craig Funeral ,Home,' says the 'amount of sales taxes I
: John. sad Steve Boulevard Bun- collected, in county for Most hits, Littlefield 12; C.
/ Hafdto .Cyzycki 201. E Meody Moody HaM Flagler IX
Sheffield 12; Crews 12.
as' vice eemawMMifcrs; M.: B., Fuller nelL May was more than for the preceding I
I"/I y:b htetortaii;Diane Deen Sgt Funeral services: will' 'be held Chairman' month and still greater Most runs Metts 14; D.-Bum: I

".. at-arms; Mil Ctegg, ,chaplain;, today. -,(Tfcuiaday) at the Hub Zone for the' same month last year. sed 13; J. Burnsed 12. I

Walter .Mwrte, tieaaurer; RaysHmd i Funeral Home in Chicago Leonard Moody, retiring president In May 1960 sales- taxes collected Most doubles, H. Pannas 4. I
t. Sri .tervice. officer.' I I Height,-I1L Craig Funeral Home of the Bunnell'Lions ,Club, + amounted to 917640. For Most 3-baggers, Littleflled 2, ,.
t: ,Andrew ,.,XdtiMki Is; the *'1 wa 'Jn efcaife, of local arrangement has been nazed Zone Chairmanin April '1W6 it was 10,443.75 and Most home runs, Durance 2; ..
i'- COIn"T'fV. i I *.' r. this Zone by Diet lct Governor I for' )lay:$10,87483. Metts 2Leading\ '

r 4y d' 1 p Bill: Wallace of ',Orlando. LJJbtwfee. the amount.of gasoline pitchers, S.' Bertha;,
. .. fj'., orida d'. -wale.. .I Mow*uuj 3 tlD P9UIW I-el Leonard recently attended II[ acid ii the county has also 8.2; G. Mercer, 8.2
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r > 4., mere .thin ... .-....... j Florid* ,.""'w. 1Nr the State Lions chub Convention rlee tint d mptrollers report Most strikeouts S. Bertha 36;
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F. '. Per year per ,emir::'>;= t Hart, year. H.L' .I I I I(held In Miami. I showed. i I G. Mercer 22; T. Pinner 2L




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''r PAGE TWO "- _' THE FLAGLER: TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA .Thursday, June 23JL960;
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-r: cia security taxes due..' j conditions might be liable, for'I enue. The 'Social Security Ad. 'office at 124 Bay. Str:.;Daytona

:; Housewives Warned I the entire tax (worker's and-employerts ,ministration has a littfe booklet Beach, or call CLlnfon5601and

- Some employers may not un- \ ) for several years of social security Information ask for the pamphlet "Good'

: On Social Security ,derstand their' responsibilities I plus interest and back'i for household employers Social News for Household Workers."

.under the law. As little pay as Security for Your' Household

;For Domestic Help $4.00 a' week amounts to more The social security !Employee," which contains a .
; wages paid In 1960 is 6 per cent,IJ REFINANCE =DEBTS
than $50.00 in 'a quarter. Also, YOUR
I .post card she send to'the
100,000 housewives 3 per cent to be deducted from can With a Long Term .
. _{) More than : some household employees mayhave District Director of Internal Rev
;. : :: throughout the country may be I asked their employers not the. employee's wages, and a .
enue, asking that'she be put on FEDERAL LAND BANK
' l- 3 to be con j
;- : ": violating the Soul security ""to file the returns because they matching percent the mailing list.'

/1: ,;' laws by not reporting the wages do not want to have their shareof tributed by the employer. FARM LOAN'

.s:: '; .,' they pay their household help,! the social security' tax taken Any housewife whO employs Household workers who would

F:#:+ '. according to officials, of" the Social I out of their pay. ',The law, however domestic help can receive the like to know more about their R. W. BRYAN

-..: : Administration.Many x rights. and obligations under social -. Production, Credit Assn. l
i. :. Security, holds the employer .reporting form every three ':
1']>l!""'"i'" I sponsible for making the r re-I months by writing to the Dis- security should get in.touch Wednesday.10:00.PALATBA -
household employees FLORIDA ,
with the nearest sociar security
i'' and 'paying the taxes.If trict Director of Internal Rev
' ,: are-still not being reported for !
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', social security by their employ- not detected by the Internal
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iJrtr_ ::":''L' ers, although their cash wages Revnue Service through routine

;i _'!;''. 'from each employer may amount -
enforcement procedures, employers AREA BUSINESS DIRECYORY'l 1
to well over50.00; in a who are not filing reports

"- three-month period. This Is especially may later be called for a reckoning :
true of "day workers/' .
in a number different

"'';: :1 who work for several employers ways. This could, happen whena J I AUTO _SERVICE' BUILDING SUPPLIES FLOOR COVERING

.k, during the course of a week. worker applies to her social I McDANIEL'S. WICKLINE

Each employer who pays such'a security office for retirement or,I Tilecraft Company.
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worker a total of $50.00 cash disability benefits, or, when a 1 Service. Station Building Supplies "LET US FLOOR YOU"

'. 'h' wages during the calendar quar survivor of a worker applies for I STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS Armstrong & Kentlle

: : ter must file atreturri showing social Security benefits after .the' STEEL -1 Sold and InstalledAll

." ; the name and,, social security worker's death. Also, a workerat Tires Batteries- Minor Repairs Work Guaranteed

.. number of the, worker, the 'a- any time can ask the Social Bunnell ID 77119Biddle Flagler Beach -, HE 9-2254 Ormond, Beach OR 7-3J81 1

'",,:":., mount of her wages, and the so. Security Administration for a I

\ .:. :;- record of her social security Gulf S rvice'GASOILLUBRICATION CLEANERS FURNITURE I

credits and ask for an investigation Ormond Bedding and !1

';:; of any credits, missing GULF TIRES '& BATTERIESOpen BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY : Furniture Co.
: "CLASSIFIEDADS
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from that record. An. employer CLEANING Substantial Discounts on AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE
7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days I
found delinquent under those SERVICEOpen .
State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 $10 Tradeln Covers Down PaymentR.
Daily S to 6 S. ROBENBERRY, Owner
CLOSED THURSDAY NOON
Colonial Service StationEARL 69 Granada Ormond Beh. OR 7-6411
Phone ID ':7-3188

, Lbtbap _4er', tJaJa headJajc ant E. RICE. ,ProprietorGAS.6I1LUBRICATION 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell GARDEN SHOP
2 cent per.w.rd each luertlra*'
;, Mk .tK.tIJf. MOTOR TUNE-UP CONCRETE PRODUCTS
. FOR SALE-Household furniture I Headquarter for Gardening Need
GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES Ceramics, Gifts Dry Arrangement
'T See Lois, Higginbotham, corner U.S. HIWAY 1 '- BUNNELL Your "Q" For ConcreteDial Materials
Lemon and Lambert. 6-23-lt Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers
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,," ." BYe GET YOUR- GO-BOY CL 38113'DAYTONA TORO LAWN MOWERS

[, WANTED Two wheeled used eaLE and make Carts with McCullock, BEACH 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051'

,t: utility trailer with. trailer at- West Bend, or Clinton Engines, OUMOND

r.&: tachment. H. T. Cook, ID 73361. Tires and Cart accessories at Quillian's Concrete, 'Ine. HARDWARE

F,%-*'., June 23 Itc Make Housekeeping: Easier CORBETTS SUNOCO SERVICE Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.

; ,... FOR SALE Pontlac Chief House LEFTOVERS can be placed In STATION DRUG STORES JOHN DEERE
paper for refrigerator Bunnell Tel. ID 7-7123 Agricultural&Industrial Equipment
Trailer 35' x 8' good condition. I
, 'storage. There's nothing to wash STEEL
; Contact Buddy Chambers after if they're used. ,II tossed out, Hall's Atlantic Station Anderson Drug Store. Sara & Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled

..r 5 P.'M. or call ID, 7.3760 all day I there's no dish to clean. .--- Prescriptions Black&Galvanized Pipe & Fittings
Jack Hall
;, Saturday and Sunday 6-23-ltp ProprietorGASOILSLUBRICATION LAWN .MOVER.REPAIRS
endless glasses
Parties mean .-= Sick Room- Supplies
:-- --- and cups to wash. Ut you-have a DEEN RD. Phone 1 73148
Sundries
FOR SALE-Furnished: 2 bed. dishwasher.. load ,the 'upper rack, Tires-Batterlesr-'AcceSsorles THAT FAMOUS PAINT

room house on Deen Road, close place detergent in its dispenser, ROAD SERVICE BUNNELL

in. Contact owners on premisesat and wash them for 15 minutes. BUNNEI.L Tel. ID 7-3652 Exclusively at

405 W. Deen Road. 6-23-2tp Then before drying begins, open Moody's PharmacyFlagler '

-. I. washee and roll_ out rack.: They'll Sullivan's Gulf Service az FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE
:. SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reason- County's Corner, DrugStore

, _, able rates. George Jarosz, Phone Helen's Favorite: GULF PRESCRIPTIONSDRUGSSUNDRIES v '
GASOILSLUBRICATIOTIRE8TUBE8ACCESSORIES Flagler Beach HE 9.2103
ID 7.3410 6-16-12-8-tp, Fruit-Carrot Salad

(Serves 5)) Beach Information FOUNTAIN SERVICE Village Hardware Center _
FOR SALE Retirement home "Specializing in"Service jind
...; furnished. Two bedroom cement 1 cup coarsely grated carrot. Clean Rest Rooms"In BunnelL Fla. Phone ID 7.3661 HOUSE PAINTS
K mayonnaise The Heart of Flagler Beach
cup
/ Match and mix any color
block. One block
- from ocean }4 teaspoon salt ORMOND PRESCRIPTION
and one block, from post office. Z teaspoons lemon juice AUTO REPAIRS Builder's Supplies Kitchenware
=, I PHARMACYSick GIFTS GREETING CARDS
; '. rind -
. : Phone HE 9-2047 June 9-tf }4 teaspoon lemon *
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.", -' 114, cups mixed fruits Shield,s Service, Station Room Supplies-Sundries AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420

Blend mayonnaise, salt, Arc dlus Habel. Mechanic 24-Hour: Prescription Service
Need ? Become
Money an AVON
t' Representative. Pleasant work lemon juice, and rind. Pour COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt. JEWELER .

and hours to suit" your household over fruits and .carrots, mixIng Right' Now We'll Overhaul and AlA 1 ml. North of
:,- 246 schedule.; Lockhart.'Write Fla,Manager box lightly.-Serve on crisp sal- Repair Your Power MowerNo ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661 O. F. BEACH
R. ad Job Too Big Or Too, Small Jeweler
greens. 111 No. Bay St.. BunnellEDGAR'S Thompson Pharmacy Elgin Watches-Diamonds

FOR RENT-furnished 1 bedroom Your Health Is Wealth : Exceptional Gifts '
f' apartment Just renovated I dry in a few minutes this way. GARAGE
; rut YourPRESCRIPTIONS
electric'skillet for Watch Repairs-Engraving .
$30.00. per month ID ,7-3304 Use the 24-Hour Towing Service .
fudge. It's the temperature Beach'OR
making good 46 W. Granada Ormond
; 5-5-tf control, that does it. COMPLETE: AUTO REPAIRS In Our Hands 7-2384 ,

Percolator brushes are excel- Automatic Transmission Service Ormond Drug A Prescription Shop
: JUST ARRIVED I lent for cleaning out the toaster I Wheel Balancing-Front' Alignment End 141 W. Granada-Ormond 7-1421 PAINTING CONTRACTOR *?:.
t
.; New Melodigrand Spinet Pianos without roughing the element. S4O Granada Orraond" -OR 7-QS83 '
:r- 445.00 Easy Terms. Thompson Shoes of an unusual color? Tint Flagler Beach Sundries R. Moody [

Music Co. 135 Volusia Ave., Daytona white polish with food coloringfor AUTOMATIC' TRANSMISSION SEALTEST ICE CREAM

:: Beach. CL .28215. a perfect polish. : I
PAINTINGPhone
.., April 7-tf Print child's name on"a clothespin HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC Swim Suits for tor .
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r- \ to attach''t his boots at SERVICE All the Family ID 7.3240 f

;?,,, NEW. HOME.' FOR SALE or .rent school so, they'll,remain togetherand Repairing-RebuildingCentral NotionsSouvenirsGILL BUNNELL, FLORIDA '
Good Idea
to .find ,
[ 2 bedroom, 6..room house with be.easy Florida' first specialistslaAUTOMATIC ,
for home .too. if there are sev- TRANSMISSIONS ,'
tf central heating" and air con- eral children. 1259 Rldgewood Holly Hill DRUG COMPANY JUUIo-TELEVISION ? \ iPAUL'S (

f' ditlonlng. Complete kitchen. Shower -hooks run through OR 7-1381 RADIO & TV
;:; '! Motel, Korona make "Walgren AgeBCYPREsCRIPTIONS +
Capitol handles
Fla. ?broom and mpp BAR AND PACKAGE STORE Atenna Sales & Installations :
& ID 73649..: __ April 7-tf them easy to ,hang. .
: Invest in a nylon mop If you FLAGLER BEACH Sick Room Supplies Sundries Authorized Sales RCA Victor I.

r .4 FOR SALE-Three, ideal lots on like to go over the walls, during HOTEL BAR 19-W. Granada; vr. Ormond Beach We repair all ether TV A Radio seta 1"
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North Moore St. close to school, cleaning.. then use on the .floor OR}T-S2SO 1370 Ocean Blvd AlA : ..

;4' ... paved street in. town, needs no and wash out. Next time around "The Meeting Placeof Ormond Beach OR 7.2852.. 1.\
f .
: filling. Ready .to build on. Coy you'll have a clean mop. Flagler County"oad FLORISTS I /;;; 1
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t. G. Harris., 121tfWANTED clad Yvoaae Senrteg" NURSERY .J. ,

,'', --'- ______ BAMBOOBAR Blacks Flower Stop --'-: ; .
; -150 Nek Gas Cus.i W&gOD.Wheel Nursery \..
& COCKTAIL. 2 blocks west of Railroad on ;
: : tomers, Immediately. HARRIS Shade Trees. Potted Plants .,J: '
LOUNGE 'Moody, turn right on Forsythe .
t BOTTLE GAS .COMPANY. 'Phone I / shrubs it '

ft' ID 7-3551, Buanell. 1.21.-f Open Under New Management Flowers 'fer All OceaftleasBusnell 1.000 plants free; one with every : '
dollar spend. Thousands of ';< ;
Come In and' Get Acquainted you '
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.a ye r aeeds! HOME: own GAJ5 COMPANY Tours and CruUes-World Wida. '

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Gasoline Available at no Charge
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/ Vt cup finely cut green pepper :f.2 :t, -
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Tabletp.-melted. butter or margarineCook .- .
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noodl..un s tender; Drain and mix with -.'
chicken*and.almonds In greased 114qt.baking .
:'; dish. Add to noodles mixture of soup PET Milk YOU'LL NEED: .:'
and of crumbs These Two Items At Shelton Only.
). .. thyme. Top'"lth'mIxtUr. green '- .
. pepper and butter.ok.In 375 oven (high modGIlLES. ._ I oz., -k-. 19. .T -
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: Cooking- Onions : ,3' IBs. 19. !. -: "t j" : : SPINACH ;. \<. -I 2 for 39 I

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"=.:fi'.,'" ;. -..- ,$5.00 FOOD ORDER ., ,' : Fruit Cocktail 3 for 69'-::
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,: .-' Z' -:7i. .... ":.' '. ,.-- was in -his. home here for the I College of Engineers., I in India since anclenttirnes.

weekend.Mr. I Florida leads the U.:,S. in cur-
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J'a LIME BUTT SAUCE rent production.
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.j BABBITT :; aelephone '- family from Sevl..lle' are % cup melted' butter or vvww vvwvwww-**

-* t HEmlock 9-2098 > t. guests of the' Paul;.Vogels for margarine I FRED A. FRUITS
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'_- 3 tablespoons lime juice I JEWELER
DAILY VACATION"LE 1 REV. WILLIS TO Mr. and Mrs. Leo Libby and Combine ingredients in pan I.
SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT' PREACH .HERE SUNDAY family are expected to arrive in I used for melting butter and DIAMONDS-WATCHES

The closing of tbe 'Daily Vacation -I -Rev. Earl Willis from Palatka Flagler Beach'from Karney, N. J. keep hot until served. Excel. >'t'.."'...........REPAIRING.._-....._
Bible Schoolwas, held on will conduct the services in theFirst 1 on July 2 for an extended visit lent for seafood especially lobster JIrI'rI'J'"rlV\I'rl\J\IV
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Sunday evening at'the First Baptist Church next Sundays with his mother, Mrs.. Willis and equally good as dress- i iI
Baptist Church with the Rev Rev. Willis is well known I White.' (. "-, ing for green vegetables such as
:Glen Taylor, pastor awarding here, having conducted two revivals : i broccoli or snap beans. J I Community ,
ChurchIaterdenomlnatlonal
,who completed their courses.. be welcomed by his many.friends. I grandson, Hap Libby, is the recent t

\ There was a large.attendancefor I II I: Junior Rifle Champ of the BROILER SAUCE '
the exercises.. Assisting- Rev ': I Rifle Club of the First :Method. & cup salad or olive oil I Daytona Ave.
Taylor and Principal :Mrs. :Margaret Mr. and :Mrs.'Dan Miller arrived 1st Church in Karney, N. J. His % cup lime juice FLAGLER BEACH
Aaron were Mrs. Glen I Wednesday from Atlanta, rating was 99 for the eight--week i-oo')
Combine ingredients and use Sunday School A.M.
Taylor, :Mrs. Ethel Rumill, Mrs.;Ga., to visit two weeks with Mr. tourney. :
as basting for charcoal,broiling Church Service 11:00 A.M.R.
E." Golien, :Mrs..Joe Bruce, Mrs.]J and Mrs. Paul Vogel chicken. Turn chicken and baste I r
May Shill, Mrs. Margaret Press- j Mrs White also""said that her W. DICKERT. Pastor
frequently. Will make
enoughfor
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t Wood, :Mrs. Betty League, :Mrs.j other grandson, Bob ,Libby, ,I i EVERYONE WELCOME
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Dawson, t two broilers or fryers. I
Leonard Brock Margie Schatz j have taken an apartment hereon I I graduated ,from the Karney ''I i
Diane Springer/Nancy Fleurie, School and
j' Fit theenth St. for the sum- High recently was
and Barbara Weaver. initiated into the National Senior -
.. former
-: mer. They are. residentsof
Miami and are opening a Honor Society. In additionto PERCE STRINGS BUDDY
John Turner from_ Tampa was t business in Bunnell. finishing second in 'his class
a, business visitor here during j of 246 he received three other WOMEN ARE FOOLS AGE,BUT TELL 1P YOU'RE W 6
TD MARRYI Mg,WHAT ELSE CAN THE BEST> TRY
the weekend. awards, one of two academic
1 Mrs. Willis White has received -. letters awarded and also a A MAN MARRY?
a card from Mrs. Flociel Ra FLAGLER.HARDWARE.
check for $25 awarded to the
Mr. and Mrs. T. I. :Miller made+j
'a trip to Key West and Mara dar stating that she is a patient student most likely to succeed .
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thon for several days vacation,J in the Community Hospital in scholastically and having beenan t41T IHfcY-U.WITH MAKe. :.A.. _
.leaving! ,Friday. ..- Big Rapids Mich., for medical honor student for all four e oV!.".
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treatment She formerly residedin .4
l years of high school. \
Friends, of :Mrs*E. V. Taylor Flagler Beach, and would He has a job as an Engineer I T !
love to hear from her friends I
will be happy to_;hear that she : -, Aide for the summer and in the tw-wug v I

has returned home after:.an ill. I there... : __. __. __, ., i iI.
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Hospital.. and in Mrs.Bunnell.Mr. ,Jerry. Davis motored I I,I.---- .... Money- Saving Food Values "' _, I Ii

r, to Jacksonville Friday to
:: meet his mother_ Mrs. Mabel I FRESH GRADE "A"' D-D ROASTING MAXWELL HOUSE 1 lb. Tin
-=; Crouch, his brother Pete and i f

; cousin,. Miss Elizabeth Smith,j 49
t all from ,Statesville, N.C. They I
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Visitors here.-last ,week with LIMIT (1) WITH'$5.00 OR MORE,FOOD ORDERWILSON'S 1
Mr/and Mrs T. : .:Miller SWIFTS '.
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his .brother fn law and sister,
Mr. and Mrs.: Larry Hotard from LIVER' r

l f,-- Anderson Mr. and,_Louisiana.-Mrs.r Bernie, Wilson I f BEEF ; ,. 39 Corned Beef 39


and family 'are to spend this I I
LIMIT PLEASE
t .', weekend in Tampa with relatives. -., SUGAR CURED 4 7 lb. Avg.
;f BIG_ CHIEF LONG GRAIN 3% lb. BagRICE'

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i Miss Care-lip;'Preston is home PICNICS33' '
from Jacksonville to spend the I 49
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r' and Mrs. Joe Preston. .
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;'. Mrs. Carolyn Barditzky left WESTERN .
1: i last week for Atlanta ,SEALTEST ALL FLAVORS V2 Gal. '
to visit
; with her daughter and son-in- Pork Chops 8F:: 69*
'' law, Mr.: and Mrs. W. S. Anderson '
for ,a month. Ice Cream 79
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Henry Shill returned to his FIRST CITS 39C .

home here last week after re-

ceiving medical- care in the FRESH SLICEDBOLOGNA FOREMOST GRADE "A"-Weekend Special / gal.
Lake City: Veterans' Hospital
during last month Ir -. $100
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Mrs. Robert Schatz is attend SPICED' HAM lbs I Milk .39

i ing the school,in Daytona Beach ,
for school cafeteria "
Vy managers. WISCONSIN (RAT TRAP)
: *_ EVERYDAY PRICE:'43c '
Mr. and'Mrs. E. F. Beville' arrived
F ; from Gainesville to spend FRESH GA.Peaches2IbS29. I:
_-- the summer here. They are oc Cheese 49
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Central Avenue.Bunnell.. ,

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CALIFORNIA SEEDLESSGrapes ,

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V. ; Frl. FLYING and_ Sat.June FONTAINES 4-25 : 'P 'I* 29

Starring ,3 FOR $2.00 : I .

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don't want it 'can forego" it. care"'services; private duty nursing I!Subscribe to The Flaglcr Tribune, $2.50 Yearly in Advance

What it really is is a beefing. services; therapeutic serviIcces J I .'
,; major dental treatment; !Ilabo'ratory r -
i :up of the present Federal-State
public assistance program to and x-ray services 'Up j i .S
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: meet the pbvlous needs of our to $200 per year; prescribed

senior citizens who can get a- drugs up ot $200 per year. < .
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long in good health but who The Federal funds will be pro-
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'face the awesome prospect of vided under an approved State .j "- -

seeing all their savings and resources plan on a formula which will I > ..... S "
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r l wiped out by the lengthyand vary from 50 to 65 per cent, depending -I -; :-:'4"t rr.I ,. __ '-
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illnesses which frequently In. .' -," .' .. (
. costly on the per capita i J>.
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afflict 'the elderly.It come of the State. The lower- I[. ,-..; i \r' T :
F is not socialized medicine.. income States would receive ai! '

r-: It is recognition of the need, higher percentage of Federal.,' '

OOf A.s. (Syd);:HerlongCoagrawaaa clearly shown to us of the Ways funds. The formula to be used ', 12

: Fifth 'District,, and Means Committee for such ,is' the same as that now in use I -
i l a'program. It is not going to for Federal matching funds for
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After months'of ,intensive satisfy everybody but then old-age assistance payments.It .
g work on the part; of the House I
legislation seldom does. Is estimated the program
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Ways and Means Committee. :
will extend benefits to between
The benefits provided will also -
: the House this week, :is approving -
" be determined by the States. oen-half and one million elder-
legislation to provide medical -
The of the Federal Government ly persons per year dependingon
scope
al and, hospital benefits to, the
" participation under the State participation. .State
low-income aged
., matching formula will cover anyor plans could t bring the programto 2'I.
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'(: '. The medical care program- ,for all of the following servicesup a great many more. '",..

the needy oldsters is' part of an : to the limits: specified: The estimated cost to the Federal -

x omnibus, measure:which makes Inpatient hospital services up Government is $165 million BANDY WEIGHTS-Sacks filled with fine dry sand make the
. numerous changes in the Social .,to 120 days per year skilled and to the States, $140 million I I best weights when such Is needed to force penetration to desired
j: home services This depth when plowing hard soils or heavy cover crops. Weights will
Security program and extends nursing ; physi cost is in contrast to the I
In to be
stay place without having tied.
",' benefits of the program ,to a clans services; outpatient hospital estimated $1.6 billion which the ---
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great many people to ,whom i services; organized home Forand Bill would have cost. I

.' they are not now' available, .

So -,.-,. What the final form of .the tb byTom "I BIG LOW-COST I COOLING

;: change in, the Social Securitylaw l'I

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pass the; Senate and there are
''t:, ,. indications that efforts will bet I E I ..AND IT'S TRUE
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i;'Fy.;',, changes' in the Jlouse. version.: X CHECKED HAD MY TODAY.TEETH.. MOTHER HHIIIIIIIII I I 1111 jIIljlillllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIiI\ !!!!! !)))) The Special

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"".-- lation. Most around. on of one the the piece pressure Forand legis-Bill developed j ./.Iff.-./...!/!/;!!!!!j f1111NIN. : !!!!!1111111.11/11Njj1 NIIIIINNrIII :::.

:mmimmi: =::
'which ;would have set up the

k="*" medical care program under the iiiimjjjiijiift11!!!!!! i
j 1.: Social Security 'System and cons -- :::IlffN ;;::. ...
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fined the benefits, to ,those re- f j1
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'. ceiving Social Security pay NN4ODEL. R160 .
:r ments. The Committee rejected
G BIG 8,500 ITU. COOLING
tf. the Forand Bill. .
POWER.
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t i.;. The House bill has no such X HAVEN'T BEEN SEEING HE'S SO YOUNG _. ;, fiTS ALMOST ANY WINDOW, COOLS, FILTERS DEHUMIDIFIES. \
THE DENTIST AND HANDSOME .: .. s 5-YEAR WRITTEN PROTECTION ,
:; restriction.. It sets up a Federal-' "' AUTOMATIC TEMPERATURE PLAN
PEARLY ,ENOUGHJ -?-y ar ports and,service ,
;: '- State, ,grant-ln-aid program to \\TT I CONTROL on entire unit, plus 4 years en
t..- provide ,}medical care for the REUSABLE AIR FILTER. sealed refrigeration system.

_-S elderly: people with low incomes 'Capacity.,tested and rated .
I 4 In compliance with NEMA .
", who are otherwise self-sufficient -
-,
standard :>
r but whom the, States deem need L1iW : -

help on medical expenses. The H FIRST, PAYMENT' DUE ANYTIME. WITHIN 60DAYSONLY : '" .
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: administration of the program 2 -- :: '
$3'00 : :
i .' would !>.e' left, entirely, to those week
;,i states choosing to participate ,in per ,
it' the program. The states have

I.: .. ''the option Making part or not, Harris Appliance & Cas'Company .,
:: as they see fit It would, be elI -
v Phone ID 7-3551 Bunnell Florida
festive after.June-1961, upon the -- .. !
r" 'submittal of a. plan which
would. meet the
general requirements
'1 ,set,'up"'in the bill..

t"(.. ,-.:' Persons eligible for this assist.. BIG FREEZER BUY

ance' are those whose income I t

_ .<. and other' .u.rces-tak1ng into f
tJ( -r'I account their: other living re- .

requirements as determined, by "

r. ., a state=are inadequate to meet GENERALS ELECTRIC '
> ." ',the ,cost of their medical needs: : :
Persons qualifying for assistance "
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r. under this program would not : ., :, '. '
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: .:' ft. FOOD FREEZER '
under '
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be_ eligible the other : :ttf'> ': 5)J : :'
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Federal-State.-public assistanceprograms. .., ,
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;We ,have, kept this a States' .
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Y" PUTS +
F00 WITHIN EASY : t
While the _.
right Fed.
o- '' ..,., ral Govemmenl program. will contribute -' : .. .REACH. '" 1 r t-,

-::;', roughly half, ,the a.dditlonal.cOst.. ., .... .M 1 .E ,- At.:'-,
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Federal ,interference will be : J: NINE.POInION'r&MPERA1UH.. 1 ; :. :
':' !:'' ", avoided and those States that ACTOR L' 1 '.

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'; PARTY- FUNCH' OF c-: FOUR. ;fAST. PMEZIK6 HOLDS :

.t. .." ". ,LIME AND HONEY __ '--.," JUltfACES. e--: '
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E" 1 qt 'beling'water. ,':,;,-" : '> -

.;....r.; ..' 2 '.teaspoons' tea ii F--- ,.. jeAIc.s:E WARRANTY_ 395 IBST -

,spa- : 1 ..teaspoon" whole cloves'iiJ, ; : ,.J ..... ., ."JJ' '[; ""'."r..,."<'
L1o: 'J.-' U eap sugar .- .) n:.2itr : : '

:_ :'... 1, c'Gfang* Juice ;:.:, 'j : : : 1 l"f.
_ 1 qt ,Uwe, juice '. '. ", ,.>
:" 2;cups -aid: honey \ fill'!' $ 5 '''2 -
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"-',' 1"cup eeli water ; 2 .- ,".... 19'I 99 it.
H.
,. 1 quart: .:o earbenated water.:> ; .G.t. ; .: > ;:i-: '
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.*.;:, Pew 'bailing water: over tea.,. "_? '" MOfLHUX11Harris ;; 0," Y .; -:) ; ,

I }" : :, doves :and.''sugar._ ,Stir 't1l.su.'t '
';;, 'gar' .diooolvae.. Cover and let ) -t; : -
: ,'; fee .ve minutes. Strain.. > : )
I : afeef Stir.to: ,next: lour ingredients.. '" ., ....0 ,;W,'' : Appiiince. {Us 'Caapanyq i> ; .!1f ;... '
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"" wed Ice. Juet be- > Z.. ,
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Thursday, June 23, I960 .. :THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA f' ." PAGE i SEVEN.
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ON BOAT CRUISE friends for the kindness and expressions CARD OF THANKS

TO SIVER SPRINGS of sympathy during I would like to, express my

Enjoying a boat cruise to Silver the illness and at the death of thanks to my friends for-their

Springs during the past our loved one, Mrs.. Victoria. many prayers, visits, cards and.

'weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Kielb. flowers during my stay. In the
Holland, Dalton Cobb, Mr/;
J Dean George Kielb' hospital. Your thoughtfulness. :

1 I and Mrs Bob Deen, Mr. and 'Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kielb I i lis deeply appreciated... -
Mrs. Charles Cowart, Mr. and
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tr. James 'Crews, Mr.. and Mrs r
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,MISS MOODY ATTENDS Sambo Tilton, -al of Bunnell ; -

Field,Drum.Majorette: I I CONFERENCE IN f ,

II Ij j 1!ATLANTIC CITY :> RETURNS. Nellie FROM Tweed; HOSPITALMrs. has re. i: Tweed

Miss Ion Moody left Saturday turned to her home here after ;

:I I for Atlantic'City N. J., 'asa receiving medical treatment of J "

I delegate the, American_ Society a Palatka Hospital for a weeK. :: :

:of Medical Technologists.She \ :

I I Is serving as a delegate and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. West- ,-

r from .Orange Memorial_ Hospital ,brook of San Mateo. r. > \ '

1 1it In Orlando. j The group put in at Horse' Your Red & White Store .

She will also attend_ a cyfology }Landing on Dunn's Creek and '
119 N. BAY St Phone ID 7-3496
: workshop ;tnPhiadelphiabefore j jI !cruised to Silver Springs where'

I! returning' ,'}iflme I they spent the weekend, return

'." dry i Miss Moody-is?|the daughter I ing home Sunday. .. HfeAVY WESTERN BEEF ','
' of :Mr. and Mrs. Djp>Moody of s

t, .':; '. w .1.1i ;:I,Bunnell. __j;._" I. .' f Mr. and Mrs..,Arden Kinney I SIRLOIN STEAK :7'ge: r

_
i' u y p i I. f have returned to their home in_ l .
I i :Mr. and Mrs. Roger Smith of I St. Johns Park after a short I
". .
',..f....-, I Wooster, Ohio, are .spending a 1 1I visit in Wodster, Ohio, with rel- CHUCK ROAST 4-,4ge .
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'. short vacation here and atives. .
; I I I atti I
!
J ; _- !i Flagler Beach. They plan to ![ I Swift Square Cut .

I i tour the southern :part of the Lanny Alford arrived here f

r state and ,also visit with relatives this week for a :visit with Mr. LAMB SHLD.'ROA.'ST 3ge

;'. PATTY NIESEN I in Naples and'' : Ft.. .Myers anq' lrs. 0.- F. Alford. t
:" I I before returning to Wooster. I Armour Star
Jfleson, daughter of Mr.
Patty
.
z r Roger is a nephew.Arden and CARD OF THANKS..
; I
\;, and Mrs. Clarence Niesen, hast FRANKSSwifts I 4ge
: been elected Field Drum Maj"orette I John Kinney. We would like to express our I' tb
sincere appreciation to .
our
: '
of the Bunnell schools' "Big .
... I Brookfield
Mr.: and Mrs. Bill Bowers and :
gest Little Band In Dixie.
c children, Billy, Jr., and' Eliza
: Patty, with her parents, came ROLL SAUSAGE 5100
beth, of Baxley, Ga., are spend 3 Ibs.
to Florida from Buffalo, N. Y.,
I
,ing a week here visiting with -
.. in 1947 at the age of four. At ek'slyA86K11iANE
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Wadsworth,
six years she entered Hazel Holland's ] I California SunkistLEMONS
: :Mr. and Mrs. A.A.yWellS, and 1 I
first grade at the Bunnell
|
Mr. 'and Mrs. Gene Bowers. Zge
school. She is now a senior and |,, Dozen :e

will ,graduate next year.. She I and f 0r'
Guests of Mrs. Cor- I
has been secretary of the Future } FROZEN FOODS.
dell Robertson the
during past .
L. Teachers for the past three years i
[weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Pet Ritz 24-oz CHERRY PEACH
APPLE I
t-> and now is vice president. She '.
Dave Cowan and: three children,
: also has been ,a member of the f
I and David Boyd of Orlando. PIES 4ge \
Future Homemakers for the past I

three years, ,and a !member oft I Ic S ;
Mrs Duane Been 'and'daugh 1
c the 4-H dub for two years. Has I ters, Suellen and Elaine, left Heinz 4% oz. Strained I 1

played basketball for:two years I last week for, ak'Visit of three
and has been a member of'the BABY FOODS 6 SIcI
;weeks with Mrs Deen's mother, ForCRISCO ,
band since the :tbtth. grade, : <*- 'r -
.maforeVeL J 'for three'j Mrs. Alvah Levdg'lrT'tarkville. ; ;
serving as'- Mississippi."J '* 'I I
I' -
years. f \.
At present, Patty is enrolledat 3 : 4ge
,b Can
Art Instruction, Inc., of Minneapolis Visiting here "Sunday' with I ., .
With $5.00 Food Order
Mr. and Mrs. Hoke. Cobb and -
Minn, She is taking a (
", Mrs. Maude Holland were Mr..
,
%hree-year course in commercial
:; art. After graduation from High a ddrs.. Gales 'Cone, of Holly ... Scaliest Best Quality-All Flavors
;Hill. Mr. Cone recently was discharged -
: School Patty plans to enter the
from the where ICE CREAM 7ge
hospital
: field of nursing as her career, r' Vz Gallon
I[ received treatment for in-

Leonard juries received in ,an accident at r'f'
-
Mrs. Moody left Tuesday --
', [the motorcycle races in Daytona
'I
for a visit in Driscal, Texas, j 1
with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilson;; :Beach several weeks ago.. 1 1I : .
I I .. x"x srtkt FLORIDA COUN&S[
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D1 e
Mrs ho has re.
r
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iI I[I turned fto" her home here' after

a, short visit In Ft.Pierce'with
relatives"; e ERNANDO i
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0 HOME OF THE TAK2CRINE

I Mr. and Airs. :M. B. Fuller I 5.4'.. .... < I l ,. i ;; COUNTY r

spent :Saturday at Horse Landing J :. County Seat, I!
Filp on Dunn's: Creek with Mr. -

; and'Mrs... Bob Dunn, and :Mr. and Brooksville I .

Mrs. D, M. Hughes of Homer- .., i

ville, Ga, who were vacationing fy ,' 1
AJ .! .
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I there .::. 4. raOAY 'I'IDr.

... 1473 for best
Arnold Pattern No. yow
Mr. and :Mrs. Morse t.
< I bowl-Hi* .Y.r-popular and-flatt.ring ,
t-
... and children who have
spent
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. ".at"" to young and.smart, acctnttd t'I
'; the past several months in Indonesia I ,
.l with a targt buckle end bow>> In contrast.
,- with the U.S. Army, sizes 10,12, 5, ,
No.'031.for ; -\4. f JI .-
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,;:""; -}, have returned for; a visit here 20.Just 31 to 40. Size 12, 32 bust, 3'/ \ "" .: ; .

41 .. ..., '" with her father, George Kielb. ,yd. 35 inch plus '/ .!/<*- contrast. The '<
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p"s.-, "-....__- Later they will stationed in PHOrO'ClnOE moire if.timpl. :; :. :; -

A MANS. OPINION Ireland.: N..dwwfcPo .rn rfo.162-:Quick and f
:' '. OF:: MAVO N easy to .", boid.--citJ amusing set of
:
L l IS MAQJTBYHER towels for ,h* kitchen Tacit ""o. 162 hat .
I' Marie Kane of=, r Jacksonvillehas I hot iron transfer for 7 dtsigttsi,stitch iHvstratktnsi Hailed as "The Home of the Tangerine and Famous 'x .

. DRESS c- ,-- SHOP. moved ta Flagler Beach color chart. Weekiwachee Spring," Hernando County has nearly ..i:
*CV Q: where.. she will re&ide. I each every.type of Florida soil within its boundaries. Agriculture w '
Send 3Sc for dress!pattern 25e for, ": ..
main source of income -
a
provides supplemented'
.
Want to Friends of,Mrs: George Biddle each needlework pattern.odd?0c for each r-
v add to the smartness by mining forestry and sea products. First a part
of your cart 'us.'i take all v.Il! regret to"Know that she is I patters for firs class mailing"to AUDREY: of Hillsborough County and later a part of Benton ;t
,
; those dents outTof fends ., ouriy ill in the Flagler Clinic fANE lUEAUf Dept-NWNS, 367 West County,its present boundaries were established in about '
and your .and Hospital here. Adam Street Chicago 6Binolt. 1873. The Brooksville area,settled before the Civil War, ';
'.- bodwe've tHe'e-. is now County Seat. Gulf, lakes and rivers.provide a. :
quiproen' to, do the 3b. The of fun. :-
festival fishing
-r# Raphael year''round .
MiL- Stur-
Mr. and
I
eost is'suiprisinglyloderateiH .... In progressive Hernando County and throughout .
)00: man to ft, Surbday"ler' a visit In Florid, the United States Brewers Foundation works I

Onaneeek, Va. with Mr Stur- constantly to maintain the sale of beer and'ale under
man's sal in law and daughter, pleasant orderly conditions. Believing that. strict law -,
Mr. and :Mrs. xWilH m, Marshall. enforcement serves the best interest of the people of
,, 'Florida; the Foundation stresses close cooperation with t
T the Armed Forces, law enforcement and governing of.
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;.i: PAGE EIGHT4: ; ,. ,: 'h:" '.THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, :.FLORIDA?.''i..: fJ'::, ?;}rJfurdI\Y. June.-.. ,,,: .c;,23-J mfA'> : 9ii's.Q

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f.t' 'I' are able to proyide an, urban]1 becoming ,obvious. that-yielded manypriceless'documents. .. .:-' 'Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune ;

: : ..int'annl tg 1 I planning program.: that; will be I hoped that more cities subject .. "'. ',', I $2.50 A Year In Advance

.,.,-, free of contradictions and con to '"growing pains"! will take .

: '; rrSmaUcifis:: fusion in the future. advantage of. this service. -. IN, THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
. l .e." ,. ... e,. I' KLAG1.KR COUNTY, :FLORIDA ,

..t At Shared Cost Road The Department consultants aware makethe of the FLORIDA LIMEADE i. : 4,.,i:.:... l ROBERT CIIANCKRT_ ZWECK,NO..., -Plaintiff.vs. 4033" .' ';.,

existing physical and economic 4 .
... cup sugar
,
'
.I MILDRED SALLY XWECKS
-* Nothing is, as;'indefinite: as conditions and. also point out 1 cup water Mk\ Defendant '
'
the future. .. ,' the changes that, may be expected finely crushed ice t THE STATi NOTICE: OP TO FLORIDA.DEFEND TO: ".

Because of this indefinite nature in; these areas. In turn, Carbonated or plain water : Mildred Sally Zweck '

.- ; the future doesn't 'lend it. the Road Department informs Combine sugar and water in Sit vA. r? y-0'. C4vi Roosevelt.144 Greenich 11?.Street New York

:< ; ;iself to control:-but it':can be. in- the consultants of existing traffic small sauce pan and heat, stir- i suit You has are been hereby filed notified against that you in a .y'

uenced by planning, trends and provides a .yard ring until sugar dissolves. Peel g Sa' S'. the amove entitled cause: and you. :
stick to measure. future transportation limes in a circular motion, start- are hereby required to nle' yournnswer ; .' -

cr''f' .. With thls,.theme. in mind, the, pattern ing at one end. Cut limes ,in tL and to with serve the a Clerk copy of thereof.this Count upon -" .' '.--
", Commission the plaintiff or plaintiff +attorney, ::.
: :
Florida Development;
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.; half and into
With this knowledge of cur squeeze sugar whose. name and address la; .... /
F,"- : and the State Road Department rent_problems an awareness '!>f, syrup. Place lime 'skin spirals : ix ; I Samuel P.O. Box V.471 Holch. .

>:, ',' are*continulng..thejf long; what may be expected in the in six glasses, portion out syrup,. East Palatka, Florida -
f>' ..range "701 Program" to influence in and fill glasses with crushedice. 1 L... ".. not later than July <14th'A. D. 1960. -,
positionto
are
a
future they
: 1f you fall to do so. decree pro
k: the tremendous growthwithin present a planning program Pour in carbonated or plain I II i1<",' '}"'.'. confesso- will be entered" against
: the state. I l : you for the relief demanded in the ,
ft! water. Stir Garnish I tM
with }l
that can remedy immediate gently. "..,.. .:. I I bill of complaint. The nature of.
,r: This planning program is aj'olnt needs and also satisfy future mint sprig. said suit being for*-:Uivorce. '
WITNESS my hand .nd seal of
it: effort to 'prepare Florida's demands. 1- I said Court this 8th day of June

r.:r urban areas for the ,inevitable This type of ,joint planning is DEAD. SEA SCROLLSThe .' :; I A.. D. 1960.Official Seal. .
( )
'l': ,changes that accompany population Inherently superior 'to individual famed Dead Sea Scrolls ltt'! ::' \ ki! RALPH E. HARBERTClerk

;t { 1 growth, industrial devel. efforts. It allows owe their discovery to sheerest t .......>....... I of said Circuit Court
and unrelated
' .I 1 June 16-23-30 & July 7-!tc
opraent and the steady influx of each agency,.to perform the accIdent. in 1947 a Bedouin boy, t\tl.\" \l.I. l. 1-- NOTICETO

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tourists. task it is best qualified to do searching. a strayed goat in I .: :>>> : : ALL, PROPERTY OWNERS:
The Development Commission i@jW k.:. You are hereby notified that the
the
and also affords a finished, prod desolate Wilderness of Ju- Board of County Commissioners of

:' initiated its planning assistance uct marked by cooperation on daea, idly cast a stone into a : rpiiq;; Flagler County, Florida will meet

..:; : program,1957 and was ,joined a professional level. small opening among the cliffs I with the the County County Clerk's Assessor office of In Taxesat the -
',
t. by the Road Department in 1958. When the planning teams I bordering the Dead Sea.. He II ..1;i YM'iassI Court: House. Bunnell. Florida on

This service, financed, in part by have completed their work, theycan I i heard the shattering pottery, II I of Monday nine, o'clock July 4th A.I960 M.. ,for at the the hour pur-

; federal' funds, is available to all pool their konwledge and- investigated, and found several t pose of hearing testimony complaints as to the and value receiving

t"' _, cities with a population of less 'through compromise and under. large earthen jars. In them were,I TALL AND TERRIFIC of any property. real or personal.as .
t '.i than 25,000. standing-provide the ,city with scrolls in foul- fixed by the County Assessor of
aged wrapped t Tall as a Texan, Connie Sindell Taxes, and for the purpose of perfecting -
b By making its own technical a well-founded program for the smelling 'linen. His discoveryset stands on a driftwood "pedes- reviewing; and equalizing
? Staff available, working with tal" at Miami Beach, Fla. the assessments; and likewise said
!t.,T future. off a concentrated search Board will meet on the above date
: local planning groups; and ar' The '701; Program," an inte .-. --- --. at the same time and place as well _
1 as on Monday. August 1st 1960 at
; Tanging: studies by independent gral part of the National Housing the hour of nine o'dck A. M. at
'. -planning consultants, the Development Act. already has provided I' the same place for the purpose of
CRAIG .tearing complaints from the own-
f' ,
FUNERAL HOME
Commission hopes toprovlde comprehensive pro g'r a m s for ers or agents of any real estate

t. every interested community seven,cities and plans are near- ,1 which personal shall have property been the fixed value by thtf of.

;' with a workable plan II ing completion for ten: other urban A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director County Assessor of Taxes or
} l I changed by him.w
::for future development.' areas. ,- .... JOHN HARDIN. Associate DATED at unnE'lI, -Florida, this
f. Realizing that every urban Florida, the first state to of. -: 14th day of June A D.. 1960.
FAIR ; OXYGEN BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

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!' ; : area is directly affected by the fer such a joint effort.in the urban '4Ifi. LADY OF FLAGLER COUNTY..

t r:" state maintained transportation planning field, ,has; made COND.mONED.EQUIPPED. I BY FLORIDA GEORGE E. WICKLINE.
.i network, [the ,Road Department commendable strides in" this di v iJApE1. ATTENDANT, .AMBULANCESje .Chairman.

|r:' strives..to supplement this plan rection. ATTEST(Official :Seal '

& :ning with its knowledge of trafl With ihe state's growth con 't Phone ID 7.3532 RALPH E. HARBERT.. Clerk.

fie trends and patterns. The t tinuing at a. tremendous pace,I .. 201 June 16-23.:-2tc ::V.

tTVflflBf( ,"---.x'.and: ;' Planning' Division )1) the ,need for such a program is .. < .MOODY; BLYD. BUNNELL.FLORIDA INTHE FOR FLAGl CIRCUIT ESR COUNTY.COURT IN. FLORIDA AND-

,; ": :supervises the Road Depart.ment's -.0.--. :: -_--4'44 .'-.. ...- .-. IN CIIANCERr"'NO..40CJ.
"
H. T. COOK"and wife, .T'
} 1 -
effort in this programu '
; > Margaret M. Cook
.
: The cost; of this planning program l' .. .. Plaintiffs!'
.
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3. -vs- :
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,
: ';. is.evenly divided between :,: ," err TROPIC STATE INVESTMENT
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: the 'federal government and the 7 :. COMPANY a Dissolved- Florida
Corporation.., et aU, ',
?.;. city being, studied. While this ,'''' Defendants
r \ is financial i -: NOTICE TO DEFENDIN
a generous arrange? :3
.... THE NAME OF THE STATEOF
t': anent, itdoes not include the .t'':: ... FLORIDA TO:
feast 'of' making traffic '5''J ',' Tropic State' Investment Company -
surveys a dissolved Florida corpora-
}: 'that,are vitally essential, to any tion and W. K. Tavel. H. S. Haynes-
worth. sometimes known as H. S.
;.-: Iong-range, planning effort. Haynsworth and H. S Haynes-

This 'eXpenSe Is shared. by' the worth.Boucher Marie D. Haynesworth.K. Tavel sometimes and-

i. [Road.. Department and the com known as Boucher D. Hayns
worth and Boucher D. Haynes.
munity involved. A 50 per 'cent :* r:2w: worth. as director trustees of
.
''- contribution. by the community Tropic State Investment Company
ui-il and each and all the unknown
:.' ... allows the Road Department tot assigns. successors in Interest

make ,a ,comprehensive study of trustees by, through or other under parties or against claiming said

:. all traffic facilities that influence Come meet the star of \\\V\ dissolved corporation none of
whom
:' .,the 'community's growth your being can known be located whether, and there it not are

:and development. If the Department any surviving trustees-
.t J. H. Michael. Anna It Brackney
'- studies only the state Ji// FORD DEALER'S t and husband Stacia A. Brackney
p' highway network within the ; If alive and if dead their unknown

creditbraeYoreothergparties
-...._ community' only 25 per' cent is claiming
by, through under or against J.H.
: charged to the, community: Michael. Anna R. Brackney and
The planners make detailed husband Stacia A. Brackney. deceased -

t. studies ,of land' use, both 'exist. 11 TIMDIHCMm! .Any; and and all persons (save and
the
except plaintiff herein) having
ing: and proposed, and probe or claImIng any right title or In-
: deep into the., physical: and terest In and to the lands Jnvolve

., '' economic_ background of each IcritSd 8Ult.aBd hereinafter. de- .
dty involve .: The reapectivepost offlce address
... : 4DOORGAUUUC y and 1I8idenJ.e! of each of the above
zeal estate, public utilities, SEDAN parties 1s unknown.

.1....< agriculture, industry, educational notlfted You nthatchaof suit you are has hereby been 1
: ., and recreation facilities all brought; against you to quiet title
to
: the tdllowlng
described
lands
area carefully _studied. BUbate In Flagler CountFloriA&.

'. The planners ,incorporate. this to-wit:
Eighteen .
: : ,, threes {It),
abundance of background material pI Cl3), ThIrty-tour h(34)
jyr
ThlrtJ'-ftv8 (15) and Lots One
'the 'extensive
with traffic
i' (1) to Six (') inclusive, and
survey jrapert ,provided by the c1usfve.Lots ten C'O VirtyT plv*, In- > ,

'Road Department and are then I C 'YOBrpartneraad come arnnnin' tQme .&.. .:........... of the Town Block of Bunnell.ven according (37)- ..:;
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to offer ,- ? ...awarraut.... ttocPlat of Dunnell Develop-
in a position a compreteensive .- ,biggest money.eaving.event in town!, : ..... .. .>> en ". recorded' In Plat
I i planning program. :W* re celebratiBg sales lIaccess. T ':' records at Pa e : #'It the pUblic '"
The .val4e 'of'this combined 'with terrific trades cm 1960 Fords! : NOW SHOWING : Ida ot Flagler County. F10 F.-k f'J

'.. effart IS r readily apparent.. And what'oars to save on! Take Ford's fresh, : : the above styled 'Cour1 bJ' the ,
styling.. That gracefully hood "+e above named plaintiffs and YOU' I
i doping : r..1IispI of are .
'Working as a well coord-, y hereby, requIred
to
file
/ 'ii not only sets the trend for but lets .riNI. personally -
wed team these two beauty, it' .g .....,_ or by your ttorner with the >
; groups : IOusee-tM road 4H feet : -.v.-
closer to. the,car. other defensl court anawer
/ i .Stop: raude. The doorway "dogleg is gone, : IISse"IaI'" fef y.r fun : or complaInt In dings to 'the <'

J r t M no more bumped knees ft's Ford's'famousBmttForPeoplc 1 eald .XEifelnetfl -. a copy th"reof said nDon suit and H T.to Cook serve .. .-:
w 'FOR 11 Co As for whose address J.
-f ; afortr performance Citizens Bank
s -yeu 'can take : pack from FYid's' : ....... before BuildingBunneL Florida on 0. .
yon .. ....... the 5th day ot ,
it: .luty 196-0
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: MlEJ .L & SANDccTRTs' or SaSpeoal \ the Ftagler Tribune which is \
a I
Tiadii lair trade-in allowances, t .; ,-. mentx newspaper meeting the l'equ're ,' "..
M/,-- *A aaai>U et.uk additional_ ; >., purposes.l'e.crfbed, I. by law for such .- r. I!
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_. hereby designated ..
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.Z '- BALL > -1IiIr__iw WWM MW MMHMI.*UM w..w*i.sit PMdar. ears 1 ;' y};;:.f i D.A.Y.; shall tOQr consecutive be published week once A notti Y, -'':..''

.-t. >< ""/;: not 01"". Dew Pro Confeuo. wlhbeta' '. '-;.'
enter)
r J_; .MISSIMNE : the WITNEss a"lnst my hand you: 88' terk4u: ;,5.'l-u' 'f. t.
seal Ot' '
.' 1Ii'-t' HE .W4 : 'i nell Motor Conipany.: : of Mav said pourt thls:24th'd: ,.

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Thursday, June 23> 1960" -THE. FLAGLER TRIBUNE,. BUNNELL, FLORIDA, s_.J PAGE.NINE
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s.-Pay-JJY'Ch: : 'accounts reflects an'expanding the_ amount: The first three the general public.- As .,national-1 ;IN THE nr-trrr !COtJRT, OF1
,
-u:. : I no'.1.1 I'I FLAGLER COUNTY. FLOIUDA....
economy and widespread pros- J tations are printed-onthe, and International transacations 1 1I | CIIANCERY''NO 4034 ''''''-'

: perky; Without this medium tomer's check blanks. The amount multiplied,banks organized for'I GEORGE W. LENT.sJTR.. .
Plaintiff
System Automated, economic added after thesigned of handling j '- ,* .! ** ."
the ouiltry's machinery Is 1 I safe standard methods I va.i .

The United States:has, becomea would: soon ,choke on. massesof check has 'been presented' forpaymen payments and, collections.i i CLARA MAE LENT.Defendant.' 'r_ .
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nation of check writers At equivalent "long green." The '. ,t For all their magic efficiency, NOTICE TO DEFEND'

least 90 'per ,cent of all money convenience to payers, and pay. l today's electronic" machines are I TilE STATE OP FLORIDA, ';'p-,_
Clara Mae
Recorded in magnetic ink, Lent
L spent here, finance experts i. a<' ees is obvious v geared only to routine processes. Hampton R. D,>No.,"1. .

greet;is now' transferred "by this 1 I I But the handling' xfx billions read the coded by automatic information machines can be I Not for them the eccentric I I I You Hampton.are hereby New notified Jersey that su

form: of bank credit. ,billions 'of signed clips cf checks of banking .history suit has been filed against you in _
upon I
speed to sort the above
at entitled
working top u.e.,4 4 ypu
Fedral income ,taxes alone paper offers Its own problems.To and floods t checks'written on odd bits of I are hereby required to file your Answer .'I
list, post ,: prove of
with the Clerk of this (,:our1.
postage wood
blow up paper ;blizzards of, the banks that pay, record, checks. paper stamps and to serve a copy thereof upon. I t
> collect the ,vast of metal, even hardboiledeggs, the plaintiff or plaintiff attgtn3y.
checks each year at the Internal i and sums .
,
GettingUDder
whose I
Way
System name and address"is:
When
Revenue: Service.,, An estimated I money involved,*the alternative' Push-button banking is in legally made out, many Ray Selden I
< by work such novelties have been hon r- Selderv Building I
checks will be processed to bing swamped paper ,
30,000,000 I introductory stage so far, thougha r 800 Main Street.Daytona .'J'.' i
with April returns"only.: I Is: automation ed. .- Beach. Florida t
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,
: : few pioneers,, led by the Bank A famous example of banking not later than July 14th A. I). 18C0.. '
,Already other 'millions in refunds Holders of checking -accounts of America, have. used various If you fail to do _so decree pro- ;
informality in the 1860's is a confesso will be entered againstyou '
from "overpayments' In'man metropolitan banks kinds of automation for years. check signed "A. incoln.Made- 'for the relief demanded in the
cess collections are- 'going out have recently been presented bill of complaint. The nature of "
;. : ,, Many banks are getting readyto out for three dolars, it was paidto said suit being for divorce.
from the Treasury Department. new check forms bearinga line jnstall the complex machines WITNESS my hb.ndInd seal of
, "Mr. Johns (a sick man). said Court
this 8th day of June
Banks Almost Swamped. of strange, hieroglyphiclookingfigures that will eventually take over A. D. 1960.Ofcal -:. .

I For all purposes :during the and symbols :' the main drudgery ,of modern ( Seal) "

t:,: :'0<: r year,. Americans are expected to ''The markings represent a common 'finance. By 1962,well over half RALPH Clerk of E.said HARBERT Circuit Court .

t a'. h.: draw perhaps 12,000,000,000 machine language adoptedby of the nation's check handlingis "I June 16-23-30 & July 7-4to .

,L. : 10', checks-double the volume of a the American Bankers Association expected to be mechanized.: IN THE CIRCUIT OF

:" ,.: 1 decade ago, says the 'National ; to identify.. depositor's In one form-"or another, checks EMBEn"IY FLAGLKR IN CIIANCERY COUNTY NO. 4O2O\FLORIDA

It ";.-!;. ; Geographic Society. bank, his account number, the have facilitated, business deal- ANTONIO SALSONE -

! -"'y.. -. >, ,. The growing use of checking bank for check collection, and ings since traders, in ancient TheGldfGt va. Plaintiff.PASQUALINA' .

i. :: civilizations first paid for goods SALSONE ,
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Defendant
TlE1IAlly'FMIlY Y /t7''NIAIlilt411lpl1' or services by transfers of money From, Eva M. Bradberry, NOTICE TO DEFEND '
is. :, ; McDougal, Arkansas: I remember THE STATE OF
r: : or credit held by a third FLORIDA TO*
f. :'g!<,:.,- .1M>GOWG" PADS PLAN R3A ,the -winter days of yesteryear Tresillco Pasqualina Salsone
re-. r'- C OO1-14I5 NE10 AWE CI ILDi SEAT POO TER party. ISomething when our living room furniturewas Prov. Reggio Calabria
'"-. TABLE 15 50 MiC3H-r like checks were three iron bed steads, straw Italy

:.. ,. -, NEED PHONE{BOOK W'eotxrOR inscribed on clay tablets of -mattresses and huge feather You. are hereby notified that at,
: :;. 5o iiNG 1cu up'1' FAE 1C suit has been filed against you In ,
-, gIr( Babylonia and papyri of Egypt. be sr We had bolsters and covered the above entitled cause; and you.

; RllB9ER Greeks and, Romans used the it up with white counter are hereby with the required clerk to of file this your Court.answer .

l i nique, as did medieval ,city panes.I and to serve a copy thereof upon .
still the the plaintiff or plaintiff's ,
c 1 can see marble-topped attorney.
states of Italy. To transfer funds whose
:i : bureau, the stand with a kero- Samuel name and V. address is:
-" however bankers in Venice Holch
f.. RtfiURE required > sene lamp the big family bible P. o. Box 471
both payer and payee be. omthe little shelf under the stand East Palatka. Florida,
not later -
than July .
9th. A. D. 1960'
fore witnesses. and the big trunk that .set be- If you fail to do so. decree pro
Bank 'checks became increas- tween two of the beds. Mom's confesso will be entered against ,

FWEHVOODTO ingly popular with the : technological bed was up front near the fireplace 1 I you bill for of complaint.the relief demanded The nature in the-of

MATCH making it much warmer laid suit being for divorce.
advances of the 19th I
RKNTORE when changing the baby at night. WITNESS my hand and seal of
/ c century. Once limited to merchants I said Court this 7th day of June.
.,...'. Ji\ \i / There were three big reckingchairs A. D. 1960.Official .
and well-to-do classes ( SealRALPE
by the fire and a four-gal- ) _

-;' ., the practice_gradually spread to lon churn set nearby. Clerk of E.said HARBERT Circuit Court
Three flat irons set on the June 9-16-3-30-4tc ;

..,. hearth jar years and on the LEGAL

/- ": ':" ,i _ _ mantle was 'a clock that has bcfcn NOTICE CALLING ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
v.
", in the family for generations, Notice is hereby given that bids
calling out the time every hour will be received by the Board of
/3vtfM5 Commissioners of the East Flagler
t % ff
on the hour 'since grandpa wasa County
f V V&S-Sf% If o Mosquito District of Flagler
,. steiW %- !<&#- baby. County Florida, in the office of East ,
I remember bottles of mustard Flagler Mosquito Control District. 1
North A1A.
Flagler Beach. Plorldat
..., ointment and croup remedies. up to 12 M., E. sr. Tuesday. July i I
I I .And how:' we would -put some &thV&0> for the Purchase of om 'I
f new 1960 model '
: ,beans and a ham bone in the iron with angledozer' blade.crawler tractor,

-4 dinner kettle hanging on a hook Minimum specifications are as I

1 just over:. the logs in the fireplace follow;; Twelve volt electric starting -
and sweet potatoes in the diesel engine developing not ,
less that33 brake horsepower at
dutch oven corn- bread in an 1850 R.P.M.. pre-cleaner or air Intake I
iron skillet and sassafras; ; 12 volt heavy duty batteries
p'; tea bubbling in an iron tea connected to deliver 12 volts; 5
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bottom track rollers; 14 Inch wide .
i. r.. kettle.. grouser track shoes; hydraulic
track adjusters; single hydraulic r

;w. ">," : From J. H. McKinley, San Antonio speeds system;forward directional with reverser; four 'I
reverse speed;
.. ,,: ... Tex.; remember when ( heavy duty rear bottom' plate; elec-
weused to have:dancing at. the tric hour meter upright muffler !
with muffler rover; 90 degree. 23x90" **-
Court House at Pleasanton I
ang'e blade
with
'r replaceable
": Texas. Most'-otihe cowboys wore I cutting edge; hydraulic cylinder I

their spurs while dancing. When guards on blade: deluxe seat; and

.. -- ;. they got to kicking up their heels all other for the equipment machine.listed as standard -

j: _doing the one-step or fox trot, Sufficient locks shall be installed -

: .you had to look out or you might wherever necessary for adequate \
get spurred. protection of the equipment against
j4 vandalism. Locks shall be master-
eS ("..cI' contributions to this eofamnt
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xq r' 3' keyed and not less than two Reys
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Tb* Old Timer C mm ii(7 Press
shall be
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Service Bo* 39. Frankfort.Kenta.ky.) oroided.An
-- alternate bid for furnishing
a tractor with gasoline engine of
: :__ _' FREE PAINTOne I adequate horsepower with' such .
,i&I :: : H ':a 1 ,, S modifications as are necessary in
extra gallon of your choice above power specifications, in lieu
with each gallop you buy of a diesel engine, is requested. ,
The b4 price shall be the cash
ir Mary Carter Paint Store delivered pri*e to a specified site-
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in or near Flagler Beach Florida.
i :N AI. Weatxate shopping Center Payment in full will be mad within -
thirty (30) days of receipt' or-
invoice. The bidder shall state-
'" THE OUTBOARDER earliest delivery date possible. The
bid price shall not include Federal
00 Authorized Evlnrude Dealer Excise and Transportation T/uce :
nor Florida Sales Tax. An exemption
.,:.-; BOATSACCESSORIES REPAIRS certificate wilt be furnished if ;
Dockage Storage Free Ramp requested.The i
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: ;/; \ 'WE FINANCE Board the right of Commissioners to reject any And reserves -: !!

< J 825 Ballouek Rd-Daytona all bids. !
l 5: Dated this 14th day of June. 19<0.uoard '

:: ; # ;z-1-z ; 11 1) IN THR"CIRCUIT COURT FLORIDA OFFLAGLER" I Flagler of County Mosquito, Florida.Commissioners?' 'I


K"v,;;; ..:..:,.;.:. I:' : !:iifJ'f .ENJOY COOL COMFORT 6IP C4IU RALPH IN CHANCERY P. PALMISANO.COUNTY.. NO.Plaintiff.4O41 GEO., June MOODY 16-2*--2tc Chairman. :.'. _' I


:" ). ,.':"' s: '.., Mr,tatted! will make your. ,home,a havea,from summer'a heat ? ,r.- ANNA, MARIE va. PALMISANO. If :
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-f-:;:<: : .,....l .,..;:.,;,' and hun idlty' .It wffl flood' your lie,,wdh cool' mod, poBeaezeeas ATTIC ,and WINDOW ;,- NOTICE-TO Defendant.DEFEND I I attt; Jlu glrr mrlhuur '. ; ,
FLORIDA. TO
: p.4;J r: : free air .. .' remove nKseture, tewer< ?
1
'Y '. ',:: -': help .Joek.oat: dtwt 'i aeeeie and are other'wonderful ds. < 93 South Munn Avenue' BUJTWELL FLORIDA
> .. j tr prevent mildew damage streetBoiaee -- ": Newark. New Jersey
.-J + '. summertime c.om.tjt' ,
.,. :: i You are hereby notified that a
: .,11.1'': "! ; 'Y au' RIIaX'.quiet; ooeaB-breeae cefirfort afeepbetter fort. They pull In COO H ne. > suit haa been filed against you in MRS M. B. FULLER Editor
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entitled cause; and you
the above ,
:
-:_, i 1', .,,'awake refreshed. bye ra ooel oojorwi Apow h the hetfresh breezeeln *: ,',. i are hereby required to file your an-
'..i'1 ." i .;>..- ', e* hot **cky Indoor air r -: i ewer with the.Clerk of this Court
"il Designated
..., .;:=: : _*;'.' test aaaaaer days. ., for years to,oo..' 'S F ..forced out. :*.f', and to' serve a copy thereof upon amei P.bfeatl.a I
: (> the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney f.r Fvblle Notices .f Flacle. '
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--.t i c '.- \ Doa't'wait until :your bouse 1'UM.l'iI fI..tQ1See: yeW" t -, whose Ray name Selden and address la; I c.f)'. MaBlelpalltle* thereto II

olootii M1 80$ Faro Street
Daytona Beach. Florida I
not later than 21. A.D. 1960. r '
July
= 1_ % FLORIIA{ POWER I LIGHT COMPANY If you fail to do ,so. decree pro Entered ...ei tlmmm matter ; L
..t confeseo will be entered againstyou
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r..1"Raruu.
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: .at tie
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t'. > for the relief demanded In the
: HCLPHte 1HHI..JI'nOlflOA' th ; bill of' :complaint., The nature of at lam Ir.11'ierlda uder met $* !

: ) ; : MM, WITNBS8. mi being Aand for divorce.and Mares .3. : .$ !

IN .u.t/r. sW Court this Ifith day of June;, t
= : A. D. 19 M. I I .
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t 5' Florida Ships : :. I I Methodist Church Window Boxes Offer cording to Mr. Rose, thething If you've provided';drainage:

;. t- 1 ', to remember is to choose kinds holes in the bottom ,of;the box

::; Persian Limes, Adults, youth and children .Ease and Pleasures that don't grow tall, or spread'too you won't have much'danger'
are invited to share: in the Bun- much, either. Dwarf marigolds over watering. k
;, S Limes are back. Big, green, nell Methodist Sunday ,school,at are excellent. Salvia, verbena
: cool, juicy 'Persian, limes- are 10' A.M. Sundays, Rev. W.L. .In Growing Flowers vinca, scarlet flax and the The extra watering and small

:7 ", here until fall, "1..sLimes Spicer, Jr., said today. Whether you have a back little gomphrenas Buddy and soil area also uses' up the fertility
for talf ;drinks limes Cissy also satisfactory" sub- pretty quickly, so .the addition
i' AH are welcome, to the morning yard as blg fas all outdoors or are
'L for tartly refreshing desserts, worship service at 11 A.M., live in a $ecorid-fioor apartment jects. of a little fertilizer once -i
: limes for sauces and dressings, stated. The with I or twice a month is a very good
he also sermon title only _orie window facing Run your window box just
'> .. 'limes for decorative touches and is' 'The Way of the Cross." At south, you can enjoy the pleas like a garden. Cultivate the soil, practice. ,

::: that extra little bit of zing:::-the .this service there will be a special ures of an intimate; close-up, ,prune off old flowers, take out

." versatile lime is here to,pick up". offering taken for victims' 'concentrated flower garden. According weeds, and watch for high-? Frank & Glad'sSHOE
; warm, weather menus: the disaster of the Flor-
. of earthquake in to S.A. Rose ,flying bugs. You'll find that you
The Persian lime' ifis a large, Chile. "More than 5,000 are dead,. ida Agricultural Extension Serv. have to water a window box REPAIR

", .. .handsome fruit, as decorative as' and 100,000 are. homeless 'it ice, all it takes is a good, old- more than a garden, for thereIs _i r. MOODY BLVD. .).
. ; it Is useful and versatile. It is was stated. fashioned window box. more to .evaporationand 1 Block West of Railroad '
exposure
/ 'oval;. elliptical in 'shape and General Shore Repair
or The flowers that bloom just I less area to hold moisture.
::1. a' beautiful dark green when youths are extended a challenge .
window sill give'the ---- -- --- -
beyond
your .
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.' should' to Christian Discipleshipto ,
ready to use. Shoppers of ob.
"' look for clean fruit heavy for share in the M.Y.F. at 6 P.M.' special charm daily .
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I Insured & Rest Assured
servation for who. INSIIE-Stay
,i" its size and rather smooth- The Vesper Service at 8 P.M. is not only you f

::', .. skinned at the blossom end. for benefit of the whole family," bring them to maturity but also' I

The Persian lime keeps well Rev. 'Spicer added.. \ for toward every your passerby home.who glances I GET THE BEST .PROTECTION- FROM i

k'". in home conditions and clean, ,,- I
x. fruit in the Vegetable ,bin Mr. Rose says window boxes I
; dry '
t: of the refrigerator should keep are easy to;jnake. They have I. H. T. COOK AGENCY ;
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such area in comparison -
a, small
two to three weeks. But even.
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/., though ,limes are Snot highly TV Bob I with a garden flower bed Citizens Bank BIdg. Bunnell, Florida : I
that few moments of
should be handled only a i
:' perishable, ,they I ._... ._ _._..
carefully for ,bruises en- regular attention have the same .... . ... ..--_. .a..w.- .. .. ... .. ..
t- SERVICEall effect as hours of labor in a I -.w -
''' courages rot and decay. -
J: :, Virtually all limes grown com full-sized garden. i FOR ALL HOURS' -DAY- ;OR NIGH
makes The best flowers of all ,
very i
;. : mercially the ,United States
.' for a window box are petunias, .
come from Florida and the big AMBULANCE .
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Sales Tubes and
: State'Is and this is even more true now
"; crop of the Sunshine PHONE VAlley 4-1625
"..... the Persian. The Key lime, avery Antenna Installation than in the past. New hybrids SERVICE
t ;. tart fruit originally Intro- have been developed that seem ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
PHONE HE 9-2204 to be just meant for a window
duced from Mexico, was once
'>. '' Ambulance. We
Garcia
1 box. One of 'these always- Never be hetitaxit about calling a
the but after
important species --
f- Florida's lime, plantations .suffered I i youthful varieties Is the All- are always at your service with promptness, safety and

i.t-. heavy hurricane damage i America winner Red Satin, witrr experience.. .
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bright scarlet-red blooms, and
: in the early 30's growers replanted
RCA VICTOR two others are Pink Satin and Equipped With ,Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
with the larger, seed
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LIVING COLOR TV Peach Satin .'with and Sal.monplpk
rose -
less and desirable Persian.
more '
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1, "LOOK FOR TUB PICTURE colored blooms.In Garcia Funeral Home
:; Limes are shipped in quantity IN THIS WINDOW :
t from Florida during.June, July, Southern Radio & Television additlonfHo petunias, you P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
rc S: August, September, and into October 226 E. Granada Ph. OR 7-2001. I can grow, lots, of other kinds of .
ORMOND LADY ASSISTANT
flowers in window boxes. Ac .
-. and are marketed throughout 1 \ YrI\I'w._.......fII..v.....a.V....?...ft.v.........-".?-"....' .............'.............
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:i, -' Air Conditioning temperatures made to order- -' f't See. the Chevy Mystery Show In color Sundays NBC-TV:
'-' for aJ-weather comfort.Get a demonstration! 0 the Pat Boone Chevy Showroom week'I.ABC-TV..* .
':Millionth: Vt 1 :t., '- ,

r" .. why shouldn't you ehjoy THE FEATURES THAT MAKE CHEVY' '

: Phone :Installed '+ ......h: .-- .. ,. '
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The -,,'#.
I \ Bell Telephone was installed -

b, yesterday.: :
f '" The. telephone "went into service .. -- ..*t ,-
at_,the University of Florida "
h ,'. in Gainesville. Ben Gilmer, .,
i.t: Southern Beil president, made : '

F the' official ,presentation to University -is;
President Dr. Wayne
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:lleitz at 11 ,A.:M- after which Dr. ;0: : :
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Governor Collins. if:
;. The' ,number of Southern Bell : ;
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to seven million in only 22 .,"
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a f months it, took to add the previous :
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: "This illustrates an upswing ss>:a4tic ;

In the South's economic expansion .. ,
s ,within recent years and '". '
',' 'Tlorlda Jias been a leader In this ':; :
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:' development," said Claude J.-,; : jL "
I> Yates, Southern Bell's vice presi- ___

emit- and general- manager. _
,Southern Bell serves nine

Southern States; Alabama, FlorIda -
'Georgia, Kentucky, Louis .

,aria, MiMiooippl,. North Carolina,
.South Carolina and Tennessee. -.i It's a cinch to see why Chevrolet is America's biggest seller for I960. Look at all the fine features

.. _' 'There are ..now 1,314,000 Southern ',: you won't find in any other car of the l leading, low-priced three: FULL COIL SUSPENSION
Bell -telephones in Florida d
with '1,120: ; : of these in Flagler ..' thatcushions your ride with coil springs at the rear as well as up front. TURBOGLIDE, the.,:

.County. 'fIt ,;. ,only automatic transmission in Chevy's field that eliminates: even a\hintof a shift. up to nearly -

1-- '' ern .Bell was, ,reached,50 years its before first million South 3.1 inches more entrance height, three inches more front seat width in that ROOMIER BODY BY:t.. .

; tekff>Ho e, and 10 years\ ago .- : FISHER an ,EASIER LOADING TRUNK with a new lower sill and a deck lid that's as much as--, r

tbere 'ware_. ,only three, million.' >t.-V-y.: a foot and a half wider. Interested? See your: dealer soon for a carload of 'reasons why You.. ,.
: .:Is the ]*wt decade,, the .number "
; ef' -toleffcdaee' has more. .t.i aiicQOQY.V ? .,'. ,' OANTMJY ANY'CAR. FOR LESS UNLESS ITS '. A LOT LESS CAR I a ,.if' ', : ;: .

W:" .r$ .",0'1.1f:,-...,,>-, ..' -..- 411. ,.. '''''<':"..?:.;., 1..:.*-., '" 'C"< '

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