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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 30, 1960
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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';&' VOLUME- 48, NO. 25 BUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY: JUNE 30, 1960 $2.50. A YEAR

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rfJ:: :, :Twelve tak Title III 1 Ragler I. Beach '1 e" is Teo Miss Florida East Coast SelectionAt



i: _:r' Miss Flan, East matT Annexation Suit \ sUE 'STEDMAN Flagler ,Beach Sunday,: July 3.-


At, 'Itieh 'Judiy I SATURDAY. Sad.M .
JULY ,
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Set For July-21
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" DALE MIDDLETON I ff A.M. Start Fish.a-Thon. Ends 5 P.M. .July 4th. .Entry
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!-"i. ) The Flagler County' Property I blanks obtained and welghing-in at Flagler Beach Hardware.
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'' 'ii;: .' Owners Association, through its I Prizes for various, sizes and type fish caught. 1' .

.'. t l'I ' Daytona Beach,' filed suit last To be by elimination. Trophies to winners. ,

March in Circuit Court contest- I'
ing annexation of certain areas SUNDAY. JULY 3rd.
f Morning to be devoted to church services. 12 noon, regls
.., ; ,into the boundary of' Flagler j :
J.: .. Beach. ,wow xy j tration of Contestants of Miss' Florida East Coast" Beauty Contest

: ', ,Meeting in the Pal Parker j 2 P.M. Continuation of' Flagler' County Horseshoe PltchtngI
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!. real estate building, the association Tournament. :'-! :'

: ,' .r attorney officers and I 3 P.M., Second Annual Miss Florida Eas t ii'Beauty Contest
'Y.."".,. members of the-association last ck. :b: I in public pa k.- **" *-:-,;* .

p, .,, .
Thursday were told by the attorney -'-
that the quo warranto MONDAY. JULY, 4th. ;"

t proceedings will be heard Thurs Continuation of Flagler C
day, July'21, probbaly in judge's I ment. ; .
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chambers in the; court house in 2 P.M. Three-legged race, two classes. Class, youngsters

j Bunnell. I 6 to 8 years; class youngsters'9 to' 12 years' of age.. Awardsto

Prior to that time, however, winners of each class. : -

t i a called meeting of the association 3 P.M. Watermelon Eating Contest, two classes. Class 1-

,., ", I will be Held at the same i youngsters 6 to 8 years;; class 2youngsters 9 to 12 yea/s old.

!, place on Thursday, July 14 at Awards to winners in each class.
Middleton 17 old J
Dale year
7:30 P.M. to discuss all phasesof 5 P.M. One Mile Bicycle Race, onemile
i daughter ofTMrs. George L. JUdt t Sue 5tedman will give a spe. 1 starting west on
;,' delton 116 Palmetto Street, New the question and for a further cial twirling number on the Route 11. Finish line to be established on Route 11 opposite
L' Smyrna Beach. Weighs 114 and I conference with the association I public park. Trophies and cash prizes to first three winners.'
Miss East Coast Contest pro.
t.. is 5 feet 4% inches high. Has attorney.E. '
hazel eyes and'light brown hair. f of gram Sunday afternoon at 8 P.M. Gala Fireworks Display Ocean front fireworks
t H. Threadgill, president I
: Sponsored .by' Morgan's Dress Flagler Beach. courtesy of citizens and officials of Flagler Beach.
I the association, said that the
"Shoppe, New Smyrna Beach. Miss Stedman holds the twirl-:
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group .is basing its suit on the I I
l', general premise that the Townof i I I I Ing championship for gram 'I' District
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'" NORMA BLOOMQUIST mar schools Volusia Couuty. .gojt/KJJ. Rotary
Beadi in the
1 Flagler can not,
[ As added attraction'she will ]
an
f foreseeable future, provide I
any
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/r ,, # give a duet number with her Governor To
of the usual,municipal facilities.In Roudi1 I
sister Sandra.
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F' rk f actj he said* the town does I :tea'.r%
Sue is the daughter of Mr.
not now provide' adequate fire and Mrs. Larry[ 'Sfednian of ', -,(By Leslie Poche) .j Speak TodayThe
protection, municipal water sup.
ply, street improvement, etc. for John Anderson' Highway, Or- I The:,, ..Harris, Appliance team I Rotary Club of Bunnell
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.the ,oJder; easy,pj' the town.. mond._Beach,.,, ;, ....i' ,. ,.:-" .... Jias been real ,hot lately, beat. !will have as,.,Its' guest speak. :.
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: jHE the Phillip Oilers ::19-11.1 j at'ItS -i
i .. ;, 'JUs"-Oftnl jwasr concurred in I 1 regular tfKursday luncheon"
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a by 'Mrs. Helen 'Sindc ar, secre- This is the third -straight j meeting Dis. ric F Jv. E.: Robert
F StrattonlNqrc, for the Appliance bdys who have 6f" Jacksonville. Gov
ta'ry and f.lsS, treasurer Final RitesSlated Langley <
k ,and all membersvpreserit. I:shown plenty of power. Ronnie ernor Bob Langley heads up
,: Canakarls who had 3 for 4 '
\ It 'was pointed out *that the district 694 of Rotary International
{.:' 'recently annexed territory com Today ,I also walloped a home run into which includes most ':of

prizes about twice the are the the canal. Pinner and Jim Burn- North Florida. _

c former: town limits contained.The j'For P. H Beach I sed ,had 3 and 2 hits each. J. Governor Bob, as he is more

; new boundary limits extend i Panas pinch hit the tie, tie run effectlonately?known by, ,mem-

from Beverly Beach on the ning to tie up the game at 10 bers of the Bunnell Club; spent I

,north to the Flagler Volusia Funeral Services for Pierce all in the fourth. In the sixth last night reviewing the ,workof

County line on the south.It Beach, former resident of H'I inning the Harris boys scored the Bunnell Club that' has
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was especially emphasiied ler Beach, will be at 11 i nine runs which was a little taken place since its organization

If fcy those present that the group this morning (Thursday) at the too much for the Oilers. and charter in April. He
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Robert M. Naugle Funeral HomeIn
( has no connection with"any other -' ] also
''t!., South Jacksonville.Mr. ,Both pitchers showed' that the heard plans from all com
t: Norma Bloomquist year old organized group in Flagler long rainy spell slowed them I mittee chairmen, directors, .and

daughter: of Mr. and Mrs. .Gor- Beach, and that the contest is .. Beach died at his home j 1: Tonight's game will be be. officers regarding the activitiesof

den Bloomquist of 614 N; Halifax being carried through strictly on in South Jacksonville Sunday.i(I up.tween the Harris Appliance boys I the club for the coming 'Rotary
Ormond Beach. Has blue- .
f. Drive its legal merits and. their action I The Duval Lodge 159 F &A lvI I II Beach Firemen. year which begins July 1.
t t green eyes, abrunette., Weight I and the Flagler
;. 124 height ,5 'feet '7% inches. should not, in any way, be will be In charge of the services.Mr. ,There will be only one game I This took place in the 'County"

f Sponsored by Ormond Pharmacy construed as political.METHODIST I Beach formerly was a I(which will start at 7:30. There f j I Commissioner's' room of/jthej

Ormond Beach.CONTESTANTS. I I I resident of Flagler Beach but will be no game on Monday, )court house last night In what

:', 1 CHURCH had resided in Jacksonville the July 4th. is officially known in Rotary'as"

WHOSE I I past seven. years. He was employed Club Assembly.'r':. .
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PHOTOS NOT AVAILABLE Rev W. L. Spicer pastor of the Governor
I s r with the Florida Industrial Langley is acconfpanied
f ,Barbara Spivey., 16 year, old, Bunnell 'Methodist Church said' Commission. He was 59 to Bunnell by his changing .
;{ daughter'. f 'Mr. ,and Mrs.Virgil I today the topic for his, sermon ,
years of age and a native of Harbors and attractive wife, Rotary
Spivey, Ormond Beach. Height Flagler
I Sunday rooming Will be "OneThing
5 feet three Inches and weighs Chicago. He was a member of j Ann porothyvt.angley. While
; I 110. Has dark' brown eyes and I : the Methodist Church and a And Governor Bob addresses the Ro
;- dark brown hair. Holds title of.I Everyone tejnvited to Attend veteran of World War H. Sues Town Mary I ICommissioners' Club of Bunnell at"-the:
Miss Birthplace of Speed 1959. I both the Sunday School and I
:Mr. Beach Is a past master of luncheon meeting today, a num.:
Miss Watch: Charm. Sponsored* ,
: Morning and
_. by BunneU Restaurant' and., of. ;:ship both services. Evening wor- Bunnell Lodge No. 200 'f&A M.- I ber of the wives of local :Rotarians -

fee- Shop, Bunnell. past president of the Daytona will entertain Mrs. Langley -
ti Miss Bonnie: Lynn Leonard. 18}I The MYF will have a sand- I Club, and at a "
Beach Shrine an am- Flagler Harbors, Inc., has filed I seated luncheon at the
i' year ,elddaughter'of Mr. and with supper ,at six o'clock Sunday .
Morocco'Shrine Ellinor
Mrs. O. C. Leonard of 2070 Coolidge I evening in the Educational I bassador of suit,in the Circuit Court againstthe Village Country Club, >, at
St.* .Oe&JL Has blue eyes | All t Temple Town of Flagler Beach and i Ormond Beach,
brown hair,. height 5' feet eight j Building. young people'are Survivors include a son, Ren- the Town Commissioners to determine : Governor Bob Langley is
inches'weighs, 135. Holds 'titlesof {invited to attend he said. I .
toe Ross Beach, Albuqueque, whether or not Flagler rounding out a highly success.
Miss wee .Wakee Springs,j Installation of the Air: Condittioning -
1 N. M. and two sisters, Mrs. valid con. ful year as governor of District
Miss Radio Station ,W M OP. unit for the Sancutary Harbors, Inc., holds a .
Spoil ,by Beik-Lindsey of : Robert S. White of Coral Gables tract for development of the 694 and will yield his office on,
this I
has begun
week
,DayteA. ,Beach. ,and Ocala.Moa been and and Mrs. Robert H. Harris of marshland owned by the Townof JUly 1, to Homer A. Br1 14ey>
fit is hoped it will be in
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operation '
( page 8) f i Tampa. Flagler Beach. Governor-elect of 694. Mr. Brink..-.
by Sunday. I
Is
ley
from Tallahassee.
-4 The town commissioners -
present
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contend, the contract held by Governor &b--was accompan*

I L Baptist Church "Homecoming This Sunday Flagler Harbors, In '
and void and have refused to sembly last night by Frank 'ian

;TIM '1fint Baptist. Church of and .fiiteids. Reeervatioiifi maybe Following the morning service accept a check for the first down cock, his special representativeof

1iU iiMI1.wiU R :' hold homecoming .--een- a '

Suzy, ,July:3,_ members of the railing .... Elnora z.?ftener.. a educational department of contract. driving force behind the organization
: Dr.X the I' for Flagler Harbors, and successful launching
ch :announced today. Attorneys
Knoel / the church, to which all members -
witt begin at of the
Sunday of Bunnell. '
of Rotary Club
Ossinsky Daytona -
Imo
w. Wene of \Graceville, former friends are invited. All I are Louis
and
.10 o'clock:: Sunday'morning.
C. Lathamof
r iutd W1U 1 Beach, Rhydori
families are asked, to bring a
= : the ,11. The cnoiix, of the. church :will } uaeh, Jacksonville and H. T Cook WORLD'S LARGEST TREES

o'clock-a: : Sunday.' have.pecUl music'for the MrY, basket ,picnic of Buaaeit. : Olympic, National Park,>; lh

,1Bo.m' ..,r: ,, _,_ft. moroiaj.' M.. a' o. Rev. Thomas Thwter, pastor C f The :tewn .commissioners have Washington State, contains, the,

=ThereiiJIt:: "_. '.Jt.nU.R"" :.......' .. a Iy.tMng .1. fee church wUlh; *':in charge cmpiiyod. John Graham of,Hull: :, world's largest Sitka 'r'spruce l

b1e&ldast .. bIr' d tIi l'efi I h :and.. el'the..evenfc* wee, R':was T.T.* ,:'<..Gcaham ,and French of Douglas fir.:f;.westernanfiiwesterhred .hemlock.,. ;.
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t; PAGE TWO .THE FLAGLER.. TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA ./i.' :: Thursday,: June, 3jlMP 1.

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" : j,called 'HJust" legislation' re- :before us to resolve before .W'e !nik boy_leader, but1r aie soft about 'Florida's annual Irish" -potato-'Ii--- :;

, [than, to 'ber,acted upon.Both .- 1[l I close up. it's the Cuban sugar, I I appllying the. "eoonomic. crop of half a bimpri/pounds-; Ids ;:!

: 11 11I I problem. We've got to decide pressure necessary;to-bring the'people 'J roughly 15 per cent of&the jia- 1,
marked t '
", ; time__ for' houses much virtually of the-session. :whether we'll go on subsidizing I of Cuba to'-their._senses. 1We've .tion's total consumption. 1.
I I the ,Castro Government on its still got quite a job to :' \'
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over the Civil Rights bilL On ]road to with 2- do. ,
the Congress;I I Communism a ;!I I I "
ot major legislation cents-a-pouno. bounty on Cuban \ Of REFINANCE YOUR -DEBTS
r
course, the Congress hast
is batting just .500 which is alright With
a Long Term
sugar or cut the subsidy
I out been busy the whole session- -
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> for baseball but not so hot t -
:. : i and, if necessary, get our sugar much busier than Usual-and FEDERAL
for a Congress rapidly drawingto LAND BANK ,
close. Two major bills on I elsewhere or produce it our- I has passed a great deal, of necessary I 1
a '
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selves. It is a' political FARM LOAN }
strange legislation. The fact that !
has'completed t j I
i. action which area Congress the Water Pollution I:i[I phenomenon that the great majority the record on large issues is un- I R. W. BRYAN ':1'
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''Act (sewage treatment)' and the : of Americans publicly de.. impressive may be all right, con Production Credit Assn.' '

I Area Redevelopment Act, both plore the route Cuba is taking sidering some of the .major is WednesdaylOtOOPALATKA ,,!
under the -
| guidance of the beat- sues.
A.S. (Syd) Herloag of which the President vetoed. .1 I FLOBJDA"i,i

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: .J Congressman. Fifth District On. appropriations the !record j- "
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", looks better. The ,House has t

As Congress goes Into the completed action on. all of- the,i. "'i
,,- AREA B.VSINESSD1RECTORY "I': :
cosing: : days of the current, ses- 16' regular appropriations bills_ : ;

., .' > sioon the box. .filce score, on ma.. .' and the 1961 supplemental appropriation ,

'".,f. jor legislation still is unimpressive bill, but the Senate> r"I I 1 r

i:<, and much of the so. has completed work on only five I AUTO SERVICE BUILDING SUPPLIES FLOOR COVERING, ''._, :: ';
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of them. House-Senate confereesare I,

,,' ironing out differences in a I McDANIEL'S'ServIce WICKLINE Tilecraft Company i

CLASSIFZEDADS number of the money bills Station Building Supplies. "LET US FLOOR ;YOU" i

-While the closing days of any STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS CEMENT\ .- CEMENT BLOCKS Armstrong & Kentlle! 1!
Congress present a hectic_ spectacle i Sold and Installed!
i STEEL
: it
Tires ,
; -Batteries-Minor Repairs
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of legislators working a. All Work Guaranteed ;{

round the clock to complete I Bunnell ID 7-7119; Flagler Beach HE 9-2254 Ormond Beach 'OR 73181 !1 1I

. .'. Listing made'thus aea&as areS their work, the closing days of -
" '. cents per word each Insertion in Presidential i I Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION' FURNITURE
. .. minimum this session a CLEANERS I
> / SO cent la eliaraeg..t .
" .. ..... election year, present'a particularly -. i Ormond Bedding and
FOR SALE' OR RENT-Small cottage busy scene. Not only musta GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY i Furniture Co.

f. :, excellent location, near great deal of work be compressed '
CLEANING
7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Pays Substantial Discounts on AllnEDSSOFASFURNITURE
school. $45.00 per month. Phone into a short period of SERVICE I!
.. 6-30-tf : State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 <, $10 Tradeln Covers Down PaymentR.
: ;,. ID 7.3706 evenings. time but the work must be Open Dally S to 6 .
I S. ROBENBERRY, Owner
: ,FOR RENT--30i West Moody done in an atmosphere heavily I Colonial Service StationEARL CLOSED THURSDAY NOON 60 Granada, Ormond Ben. OR 7-6411
:' overlaid with (for want of bet Phone ID 7-3188
;':}: y' Boulevard. Call Harris Appliance -,, ) political II E. RICE. Proprietor 115 N. Bay St. .:- Bunnell ADEN SHOP -
ter description smog
; and Gas, Co. ID 7.3551 GAS-- -LUBRICATION
1' This is"particularly of the Gray's Garden Center _

&;: .. : BARBER SAW SHOP I I so-called "must" bills remainingon I MOTOR TUNEUPGOODYEAR BATTERiEsu. CONCRETE PRODUCTS !Headquarters for Gardening Heeds

t-c,;:- Grinding, filing.and. setting at the Congressional. platter. TIRES & Ceramics Gifts. Dry Arrangement
.s. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL Your "Q" For ConcreteDial Materials
44 residence Lambert& AndersonStreets. The principal ones are: Medical Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers

:Phone ID 7.3314.6.304tp care for the aged Federal aid CL 3.8113
: GET YOUR GOBOYand TORO ,LAWN MOWERS
to education, Federal Housing, make Carts with McCullock, DAYTONA BEACH 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051

and farm price supports. Theyare West end_ or Clinton Engines. ORMOND
TbQuillian's
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a1 FOR TRADE-16 ft Tumacraft : t
all highly political. All embrace i
Boat with horsepower r Evin- Tires and Cart accessories atCORBETTS Concrete, Inc. [HARDWARE '
broad issues of public
rude motor and trailer. Would SUNOCO SERVICE : ''
:':.' Bunnell 'Farmers Co.
: 'f policy all have their special Supply
STATION
_ i1.'_" like to trade ,for small Jeep. DRUG STORES JOHN DEERE
" I groups of supporters .and all involve
". Bunnell TeL m 7.7123 ,
Cecil 10th and Agricultural&Industrial Equipment
Westbrook: Day- the principle of large Federal .
,' tona .Flagler"Beach. Phone,. STEEL
Aye; Anderson Store
HalFs Atlantic Station Drug
: 1 I outlays to particular segments Bars & Shapes Hot,& Cold Rolled .
9.2125.
HE
630.2tp of the populace.? It is a Jack Hall, Proprietor .- 'Prescriptions 1 Black&Galvanized Pipe &:Fittings
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rOB SALE-Fumisi'ed-: Bedroom '- relatively smalj list, but on examination GASOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccessories Slck..Jtqom..5uppIles LAWN MOWER. REPAIRS
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v&7 DEEN RD; PhTJne T 73148
0 house on Deen Road, close a large order.; Sundries
Housing is' a perennial_ project THAT FAMOUS PAINT
trt .- in. Contact owners on premises ROAD SERVICE BUNNELL-

.; at. 405 W. Deen' Road. 6-23-2tp that hits the taxpayers heavily. BUNNELL Tel. ID 7-3652 Exclusively at
,, '" Federal aid to education is another ',' ,

.,"q... SEPTIC TANK. -cleaning reasonable of the same_and the farm Sullivan's Gulf Service Moody'sPharmacy FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE

a ,rates.) George Jarosz, Phone price supports is the biggest Flagler County's Corner DrugStore_

1- : ID 7.3410 6.16-1.2'.S.tp boon of all to special interest GULF PRESCRIPTIONS,
GAS OILS LUBRICATION Flagler Beach HE 9.2103
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\ Medical to, the DRUGS SUNDRIES
care
! FOR SALE Retirement home groups. TIRE8-TUBE8-ACCESSORIES. -
aged .is a comparative newcomer Beach Information FOUNTAIN SERVICE Village, Hardware Center
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furnished. Two bedroom cement "Specializing' In Service and
: : to the picture. We, in the House Clean Rest Rooms"In
t':,. block. One block from ocean Bunnell Fla. Phone ID 7.3661 HOUSE PAINTS
and Ways :Means Committee, The Heart of Flaglar Beach<<
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>'='.r and one rblock from post office. Match and mix any colorBuilder's
wrestled with this for ORMOND
problem PRESCRIPTION
AUTO REPAIRS
Phone HE 9-2047 June 9-tf Supplies Kitchenware
: a long time and have come up PHARMACYSick GIFTS GREETING CARDS

f.-: "., Rural Flagler, County wants AVON with a .bill which, while it won't Shield's Service Station Room Supplies-Sundries AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420

{ : t SERVICE, Work 10 hours everything a lot of people Arcadlua Habel. Mechanic 24-Hour Prescription Service
,. ., per week and make about $20 want, I think will deal with the COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS Free JEWELER '
: selling AVON Cosmetics. Write Delivery in Flagler Beach
t{. ., for Interview In your home. Mrs. I problem In a sensible way- Right Now We'll Overhaul and Rt. AlA 1 ml. North of
si'." .. ;. Jean aiilanich, box .%46. Lockhart. and it is not socialized medicine. Repair Ycur power; Mower. ORMOND BEACH-TeL OR 1-1861 O. F. BEACH
Fla. No Job Too Big Or Too Small Jeweler
I'I'it
K" One Bother important issue is
111 No. Bay St. Bunnell Thompson Pharmacy Elgin Watches-Diamonds

r FOR RENT-furnished 1 -bedroom ,i EDGAR'S GARAGE Your, Health Is Wealth: Exceptional Gifts .

r.: apartment: just renovated Put YourP2EScmPTIONS Watch Repairs-Engraving
.-." $30.00 per month ID 7-3304 24-Hour Towing Service
46 w. Granada Ortnoad Beach
= 5.5.tf". COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS In Our Hands OR 7.2334-. _:y;, .

&: I Automatic Transmission Service Ormond Dress & Prescription Shop .. '
::,' -: JUST ARRIVED! i ir Wheel Balancing-Front End PAINTING CONTRACTOR .
141 W Granada Ormond 7-1421 ;
t r'..., New felo 1grand' Spinet Pianos I I' L: ::: J 240 Granada Alignment Ormond-OA 7-OS93 -. I ,

"<; <_ $445.00, :'Easy,Terms. Thompson I I Flagler Beach Sundries R. Moody';.

t::... Music Co. 135 Volusia Ave. Day.;i I'I AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SEALTEST ICE CREAM I : _
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l.' tona Beach CL 28215. I Ir I'I HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC Swim Suits for I PAINTING #< -

r':>:. ., April 7-tf SERVICE -
All the Family Phone ID 7.3240

ri. \ NEW'HOMEFOB" .: SALE or rent I Repairing-RebuildingCentral NotioB8-Souvenirs BUNNELL, FLORIDA

;.E 2 bedroom. ,6 :room: house with Florida'. tint .peel.l..ta In

. central' heating and air con AUTOMATIC 1239 Kidprewood TRANSMISSIONS Holly: Hill GILL DRUG COMPANY RADIO-TELEVISION
.) ditioning.: Complete- kitchen. OR 7-1381 I

I 'Capitol; .Motel: Korona, Fla.I'l BAR AND PACKAGE STORE vWalgren AgeDCY'PRESCRIPTIONS Atenna PAUL'S Sales RADIO& Installations& TV

'. JD 7-3648. April '7. tf .
FLAGLER.BEACH
Sick Room Sundries Authorized Sales RCA Victor
(: .'' FOR',SALE Three' ideal lots on : HOTEL BAR 18 W. Granada Supplies Ave. Ormeml- Beach We repair all ether W A Radio act f
'. 4 .T Iforth :Moore St., close to school, I OR 7-323O 137P Ocean Blvd AlA f

,.' .. paved ,street':.in town, needs no ?: : "The Meeting Placeof Ormond Beach OR 7.2852 \
County"J1m
" i. : to build Flagler FLORISTS
1; ;filling. Ready ,on. Coy ? : I -
;:f .- ," t3.':Harris. 1-ZL-tf: and Yvonne Serv1g9" NURSERY : ,
's '. BAMBOO Blacks Flower Shop
WANTED 125 .New Gas 'l
Customeis Wagon Wheel Nursery
BAR & COCKTAIL 2 blocks west of Railroad on
n@fHately. HARRISBOTTLR Shade Trees Potted Plants
; GAS COMPANY I LOUNGE Moody turn right on Forsythe
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ID 7-3S8U: .Bminell. 1-21-tf Flowers for All Occasions 1.000 plant free; one with everr
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Bunnell Phone ID 7-3348 varltles at reduced. prices. Best In
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d ? team had their first gameat Mr. and Mrs. V. W. "Haines had 1
/ Sunday evening at the home ofRev.
$ the in Hill-
recreation news that
'. park Sgt First Class and II
.>,:. LUNA ,BABBITT'1: crest last Friday and won over Mrs. Bobby Anderson are par and Mrs Reynold Hoover, 3 1

:;\ :Telephone, HEmlock'. 9.3088. ). ; '. ..ir'I: 'I Crescent City 5 to 3.. Managerand ents of a new daughter who was the Methodist Church choir held i,
\ '" Coach Aubrey Spivey stated born in Fayetteville, N. c., on an outdoorpIcnic_as a surprisegoingaway I

,, -IFAMILT REUNION, CHOIR RECEIVES AWARD Johnny Seals pitched two-hit.. Jun 16.They party. The 26 guests "
; j game and Lee Presswood, right Donna were members of the choir with ''i
AT JONES BEACH 4f. ,_ I named tier Kay.
their
The First 'Baptist Church received fielder, got two hits in three.Sgt. Anderson recently receivedan families. The,honor-guests'
Mrs. AI Jones have .
Mr. and were 'next
leaving
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of Excellence for-
Standard day
a trips to the bat. assignment for duty
overseas
entertaining a of his ',
been group Certlcate last week from the Other members Cotton in their summer: home In' New+
are Europe and is to leave the
relatives at their place for
: a Baptist Music Department. Judson May, catcher; Ed Schatz, first last part of August. Hampshire. -
week. Stryker has been choir director base; Stuart Rockette, second
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Jones' sister and brother
Mr I for_ several months, ob base; Joe May, third base; Ray Mr. and :Mrs. Myles Meeks of
Mr. and Mrs. C. Crews from
,in law, Mr. and Mrs. J. C Bessent U. 4
all the rules in reach- Jacksonville
serving I Gordon shortstop; Glenn Miller, Lake are here for the-
Butler their
Jacksonville, enjoying
of ha.v.eT are "
{ > Ing this g al1. Study courses and left field; Bobo Gumble, center- weekend in their cottage.
week there beach home here this summer. 'f
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good attendance aretwp of the field. Substitutes are Jerry Gor (Continued .
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Their daughter, Mrs. Carol
with their children. daughters -
requirements for receiving this II don, Bobby Gumble, Jimmy :Me- .
\ Misses Sharon and Susan Douglas and son, Mike, have returned .
I award. > Nab and. Wilder.Mr. .
'> Bessent, came Irony Miami. A:I I Scotty to New York City after FRED A."F i Ts"'I': !
:y- son, F.M. Bessent came from Ft.i I METHODIST CHURCH NOTES spending two. weeks here with f
Lauderdale; son and daughterin 1 I and :Mrs. Aubrey Spivey them. Mrs. Crews made the trip } JEWELER i
law,.-Mr. and Mrs R. W. Bes i| Rev. Reynold Hoqyer: minister, and little son, Darryl, accom-, up with her and. .spent several I
sent with their children Terri:j Church school 9:30; morning accompanied by his mother, Mrs.E. days. < DIAMONDS- f

Gail and Bobby, came from PO-.I][i worship service 10:30, text '-rhet M. Spivey, left last week for REPAIRING......_ .
.' 'mono, Calif.; daughter and son, Ramparts We Watch." Special Wilmington, N,. C, where they Mr. and 'Mrs. Vincent Dibble N..J" j jyyy
in law, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Kelly !{music by the choir; Tuesday, will visit with, Mr. and Mrs. and family arrived Sunday from i-\ yyy
,and son Bill from Valdosta, f July 5, 7:30 P.M., official board David Spivey and family .for a Stuart to spend one week in the "I
,".. Georgia; I meeting at the home of Rev. week Dickenson House. Community !

_ .. .; Son and daughter In law, ,wIre Hoover. Memorial i
" and Mrs..,J. C. Bessent, III from I Mr. and Mrs. C. M. McCrackenand ChurchInterdenominational i
- ",: ':: Miami, were present for the Mr and Mrs. Ray Lehr will Visitors this week with Dr. family from Asheville, N.C, j jI
'"i' weekend reunion. 'Joining them I return this week to their home I and Mrs. Allen Reynolds and I arrived for a vacation in their Daytona Ave.
here from a five weeks trip to family are his cousins Misses home here
for Just a few !days'' during the on AlA. FLAGLER. BEACH t
Pennsylvania. Patty and Susie Mitchell from
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from Valdosta who ,Is a sister Seaman First Class Douglas Hoopeston, 111. They have a Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Morris Sunday School 10:00 A.hi. I
Schatz whose home ship is the friend, Miss Ann >Benjamin with have Church Service 1100 A.M.
r' ,, to Al Jones and Mrs. Bessent come from Science Hill, Ky. i
i,';" This was the third year this USS Zellars arrived here Sunday them. They returned here with 'to spend their vacation in their I R. W. DICKERT Paator
_: i"-1,. family has enjoyed having their: for a 26-day leave. horn the U.S.I I them from their trip last weekto 'I cottage here. Their daughter EVERYONE WELCOME J

t :family get.together at Jones Navy.-. Atlanta, Ga. and son are with ,them. I )
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Winchester from Jacksonville,
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:<--j' ". .i.' ter Jean: who arrived Sunday SURGAR CURED SUN SPUN 1/2 GALLONSmokdB
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ROYAL NEIGHBORS the frozen products. '
Production of
: MEET wrnTMRS. I' "Some 450 plants (including

KENDALL MONDAY wholesale establishments) in
Ice Cream Here the state make Ice cream. In

I addition to the regular cream
J : 1 LOCALS I II Monday I f Has Annual Gain about 5 million gallons of sher

JI II I I Kendall at her home in Haw I bets and other frozen desserts
Creek for a business and social were made in Florida last year."
meeting. I Production in Florida of over ,

; STEAK FRY HONORS i; SCHLEGEL--TANNER Club members presented Mrs. I 24 million gallons of ice cream, 4
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SIGGINBOTHAMS C.o., Magee with a gift for her t sherbets and other frozen desserts QUICK KEY LIME PIE .
i ,Miss Susanne Schlegel, daughter -
j new home. -Mrs. Kendall was an 11 per cent annual gain
SUNDAY NIGHT : of Mrs. William W. Judge assisted in serving by Miss Mae indicates the growing popularity I 3 egg yolks. :jI

Members of the Idlewood club I:of Daytona Beach and Gomdr.I Keifer. The next meeting will be of these products, the FlorIda 115-oz. can condensed milk '

i gave a steak fry .at the Dave I Paul Shlegel, USN. Japan was. with Mrs. Magee on July 25. State Chamber of Commerce I % cup Key lime juice"* ;;

s Perryman home Sunday! .,evening I I I i married at 10 a. m. Monday I Twelve members were present reports -. i Break eggs lightly, then add ,
James Church
St. Episcopal
. honoring ?Mr and Mrs., Clifford j at "Regular ice cream production condensed milk to the yolks and ,.-,
I John Wilson Jr., I
t Higginbotham who are, leaving to Pvt. Tanner 1 accounted for 19,110,000 gallons beat again. Add lime juice and ':.;:
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(Fort Jackson, s. c., son of Mrs. MRS. HIGGINBOTHAM
to reside in Alaska. ,i of the total, a 12 per cent increase beat until smooth.. Pour mixture :
-i Harold Ramsey, ,Bunnell, and
Those enJoying the affair were]!!I j. W. Tanner, Jacksonville. HONORED AT LUNCHEONMrs. over the previous year I' into a 9-inch baked jaastry shell. :::-

Mr. and ?Mrs. Dave( Perrymar4j j! Rev. -Milton S. Kanaga offici j I Bette McDaniel and Mrs. and 32 per cent more than the Top with meringue, and bake in ;

, Mr. and Mrs.: p. C. Shelton" Mr. ]I ated. Mrs. Clare Simpson sang : Louise Haris entertained with a ]j I average for the past five years. a slow oven until meringue is ....,j,
and Mrs. M1. 'B. McDaniel, Mr.] : |The national gains were 7 .percent I brown. >:. '
I"0 Perfect Love" and 4The luncheon at the McDaniel home J ,
and Mrs. Charles Cowart, Mr; noon honoring Mrs. and 12 per cent respectively. (Meringue) '
Francis Steven- Thursday
Lord's
Prayer.
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the honored guests, Mr. and to reside 'in Alaska. 1 Florida has expanded faster stiff but not dry. Add 113 "-. j'
in marriage William tomorrow '
'I' Given by
Mrs. Higginbotham.! I W. Judge, the bride wore a waltz Seasonal flowers were used in 11 than in any other state over the I cup> sugar, beating constantly. :, :s i:
f the'club past five years although three Spread onto tpp of lime custard, 1;,
Members> presented
I[length gown of rosepoint lace. the rooms where places were .
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'I gin Florida in the annual .
bracelet. on .i
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neckline and appliques of the guests. Following the luncheon '
I gain last year," the state Camber )1
I roses decorated with'seed pearls. cards were enjoyed. Florida-produced sweet corn !
The lace sleeves ended in points pointed out. for market totaled $15-
JEANETTE JONES AND Guests Included Mrs. Higgin I recently : I
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'Top production month
the wrists. The full gathered in f 3'
over 000,000 a single
botham, Judy Eddinger, Sara year.
LOIS HIGGINBOTHAM I was June with 1,820,000 .:
year .
skirt had pleated insets of Rodgers, Phyllis Barber Margaret I I 1
. HONORED GUESTS gallons. More frequently Julyor
nylon tulle, held by the same ,
, Ann Shelton, Naomi Rodgers, has RCA VICTOR
August seen peak pro-
Mrs. Jeanette Jones and Mrs. rose trim as the neckline of the Youree, Wilda Hargett, '
Nancy duction in recent Sum- LIVING COLOR TV "t_
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elbow of
dress. Her length
Lois honor Cowart, '
Higginbotham were Pat Mary Broadaway mer production stood only 19 "LOOK FOR THE PICTURE <:
ed guests of the Friendly Circleof silk illusion fell from a small Winnelte Improto, Helen Deen IN THIS WINDOW* .'
per cent ahead of the winter Southern Radio & Television
Bunnell crown in lattice work design. I Ann Creal,
the Methodist Church Kathryn Perryman, '
output in Florida in 1959 show- 226 E. Granada Ph. OR 7-2001 '
Thursday evening.. The meetingwas I I made of seed pearls. Freda Deen, Gwen McGriff. ing the year-round demand for ORMOND
in the dining room of the She carried ,a white covered The hostess presented Mrs. I 'I
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Higginbotham
church. j I an
Mrs. Jones is 'and showers of lilies of the val chain.
reside in Ormond leaving Beach soon and toj)I I ley. i:I PERCE STRINGS I

Mrs. Higginbotham leaves to-1 J I II I Miss Frances Chidsey was 'her Mr. and Mrs: 0, F. Alford 1 1I -
THAT'S AN ODD ODD ABOUT IT? BE SENSIBLE AND
morrow to reside in Alaska. Both only attendant. She wore a- I spent Friday, and Saturday in I I PAIR OF SOCKS you iVB 6OT ANOTHER DEAL WITH
t .- Mrs. Jones arid Mrs. Higgln I Windsor blue gown with taffeta Ft. Pierce. Mn; Alford was on HAVE ONE PAIR JUST UJ E, IT
bodice and full skirt. ONE fED AND AT HOME
botham have been active' organza business I
.''t" members a trip. ONE6REEM. FLAGLERHARDWARE
She carried a cascade bouquet
of the Circle. Each were I
,', !I of pink carnations .and gyps- I
presented with a gift by' the Mr. and Mrs. Jim Biddle of FOR DEPENDABILITY
.'y Circle members as mementoes phelia, and on her ,head was a Green Cove Springs spent .Monday -.

,. of the occasion. I sequin studded Crown with brief .,here with the George Bid- I .--f3 '
veil of illusion. Biddleis. .
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family. George e
I; Mr. and\Mci. Ralph Harbert I Harold Ramsey was. his, step in.,critical condition at the local <
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bert's sister '1rS. Marie were5 Richard Rosier 1- -- -
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1 and daughters. Becky and Jenny I and George Dyer, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin H. Parker -

y of' Little Rock Ark. They Mrs. Judge was dressed in. and Tony have returned froma I

} are also visiting with relatives green batiste with bands of three weeks' vacation and BRANNAM'SFood '

::. in Ormond Beach. white lace, white accessories business trip. They took their

r and a cymbidium orchid cor' son, Michael, to Laurel, Md.,
Mr. and Mrs. ,Jimmy Kelley sage. :Mrs. Ramsey chose a pink i where he has a job for'the summer

and sons Mike and Zane returned eyelet frock, white accessoriesand as an engineers' aide, working < Market

,. home Monday from a va. a cymbidium orchid cor i!I with the Federal Communications H

t. < .cation spent ,in Nashville, Tenn*I sage.A Commission. They also

;:.'''-. where, they visited with his par- j reception/.'followed at the visited Massachusetts Instituteof Your Red & White Store .'
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Kelley 'Judge home. Technology at Cambridge;
... Sr./They also visited in Chicago j The couple 'left after the reception Mass.. where Michael will at- I 119 N. BAY St. Phone ID 7-3496

r with theirgrandmother.k 1 to drive to Fort Jackson. tend college next falL MEAT DEPARTMENT I
,The bride's going away costumeS
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was a brown and white checked Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Sturman Copeland Hickory Smoked

sheath dress with matching coat returned Monday from Onan: HAMS
4ge
trimmed with brown: braid. Her cock, Va., where they visited 9 to 12 lb avg. tb

CycotoGYStzTHE. accesories were brown and white with his son in law"and daughter Swift Premium CANNED .
and she wore an orchid corsage. Mr. and Mrs. William Mar-
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.. The bride was born In Daytona [shall. HAMS _J3 Ib $%79 .
Beach and has just com- I

pleted her junior year at Sea- I i Mr. and Mrs. Bion Matherly Swift Premium "'---' -, I 1' H. :;.;: 4
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.':l was breeze a member High School of Tri-Hi-Y where, Latin she i l returned and daughter to their Elizabeth home here, have after FRANKS ,;: ;< 1 iello 4ge

Club'and Girls Athletic Assn.of ,,, ,
I a two weeks visit In Buffalo, '* "',- ; ',' "<-'.:'- A -
which she was treasurer and Armour Star CANNED
with
( I Ky., where they visited Mr.
is president, elect. Mr. and ,, -
Matherly's parents PICNICS x$189PRODUCE
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.. Mr. Tanner' born in' __ ,_; ,
was: Daytona Mrs. R; E. Matherly.Mr. f __ ,_ _. __
Beach and was graduatedfrom i : ; .{.a' ', :

Seabreeze in 1957 where and Mrs. Walt- Eberhard- : "tv
where he,was a member of Hi-Y ;, .:
inger of Flagler Beach have as Golden RipeBANANAS '
and football and track teams. |'their house guests for two weeks .2''i'
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He attended University of Flor his daughter, Mrs Annette Leece, 1ge
ida for two where he
-- ---- years also of Hanover, Pa.
CORRECY MEASURE waS on football, track and Pascal .. ,
. OF A .MAN IS THE I swimming teams. He is '
' a member Mr. and Mrs. Frank Boswell CELERY :'?'2
forlge
SIZE OF THE: _.
TROUBLE of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. : ,
.. and son Norman, were in Do-
p THAT GETS HIM DOWN I He's now with the Army at Fort
3 than, Ala., during the past
Jackson where he was chosen weekend.' Sun Spun Chocolate, Vanilla or Strawberry
'outstanding recruit. He's being
'- Often a little-defect can lead. transferred to the 101st Airborne ICE CREAM i/2 Gal. Sge'Our

to a.major overhaul, to your Div at Ft. Campbell, Ky., In CARD OF THAXXS'The
t car..::Prevent this having' cards and
by July. flowers personal Value 300 SizeSPAGHETTI ,
t your car;regularly serviced by "- tokens of sympathy at the J!

our,',expert'mechaz k Guests of )It.. and Airs. ,John occasion of the passing of my ':::9 for$100
'
Elinor, I '
Jarosz 'this week are their son beloved wife. am deep-

and daughter IB law Mr. and ly grateful. Red & White 32 oz. Jar ,

R, Mrs. Eddie Jaroez, and children, Fd like also to express my

Sandra and Eddie, Jr., of :Miami. have thanks sustained to the many and friends comfortedme who MAYONNAISE-<<:

Red Ic.White Evaporated :
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.w ''a"3ReaI -, blessings, on all of you. MILK : ** tall $*?

Fred. W. Swimme. cans
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TRIBUNE BUNNELL
FLORIDA .".,. ;% -. :' Thursday.. J sififfl9GO.. ,c
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i iSlightly J ; !' T % ,' ---.r -' aI .... I It
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Egg Sales in 1958 r Receipts from .egg sales hens and pullets in Januarylast dissolves, about 6 minutes. 'Re. t .' ..

: I'farm consumption amounted; to I yean These kept during-the move from heat; add Florida f "

$29,032,000. The gain over 1958 year averaged 216 eggs per hen. rind and tint with a few drops I .J.h

Lower I was 12 per cent, appreciably below The national average was 206 green food coloring. Cool. Beat t, ff

," ,the volume gain because of and the top ,state average was egg whites until foamy. Add --ifr \

Than Last Yearj-j a drop, in -prices, the Florida 229 eggs per layer. cream of tartar and beat until f $-'

I State'. Chamber of Commerce re. stiff, but not dry. Gradually'' add r ..) t
Poultrymen did not fare so .... ,

Florida hens and pullets laid J I ported. well in production of meats. Although remaining 1/3 'cup sugar and ,
beat until Fold in .. ; \
stiff.
891 million eggs last year 30 I I The laying flock on farms in poultry consumed in very -:: '
gelatine mixture. Turn into pastry :i'i't t
the state numbered 4,668,000'I Florida Is far in volume
per, cent more than in '1938.. I greater shell ,
; chill until. firm. If
than is
produced in the state, '
desired, garnish with whipped Prompt Service '
poultrymen are to a great ,extent .
P ; at the mercy of huge out. cream. Yield: one 9-inch pie. PLACE YOUR ORDER-WITH US'
fG
byT of-state producing centers, the
The TribunePhone
Flagler \
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State
1 Chamber pointed out.
'a
: I : Tom Broilers raised in Florida last Jlagl &aC1Continued IDlewood 7.3282 \

year came to 33,322,000 pounds,' Bunnellr Florida \
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live -
JAOST MEN NEED weight, worth $5,365,000. IN Till CIRCUIT COURT OF \

TO WEAR,GL ES. Other chickens totaled 12,021,. : trom Page 4 FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA
MOTHER/ 000 : IN CIIANCE11V NO. 4041 '
THOUGHT pounds
and $1,647,000. Volume RALPH P. PALMISANO. i
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Weaver
FATHER HAD REACHED was down 6 per cent and Plaintiff
THE AGE WHEhl left Friday for Moravian Falls, vs
:.. value I
!
? dropped 18 per cent: below ANNA MARIE PALMISANO.
1958. N. C., where they will visit three Defendant. ,
'
, weeks with relatives. They were NOTICE TO DEFEND t
:
TO
Turkey production was an ex. THE STATE OF FLORIDA ;
;; accompanied by their daughters Anna Marie Palmisano ,
ception. Both volume and value
I 93 South Munn Avenue
Jumped 73 1958 Barbara, Kay Frances, and Stele I Newark. New Jersey
cent
per over la. You are hereby notified that aIsuit
-
and came to 7,005,000 pounds, I has been filed against you in
i the above entitled cause; and you
worth $2,198,000.LIME I' ,I are hereby required too file your an-
r Of N pe Mr. and Mrs. Bud Henry and swer with the Clerk, of:.this Court.

!family from Seville are spending and to serve a copy thereof upon
et ,
s CHIFFON PIE ,the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
two weeks vacation here. I whose name and address is:

I 1 envelope unflavored gelatine Selden Ray Selden Building
'. : ,. Mr. apd Mrs. T. J. Miller and 800 Main Street
Daytona Beach Floridanot
23.cup. sugar divided I family made a trip to.Lake City later than July 21. A..D. 1960.

'}. BUT HE JUST / % where visited several days If you fail to do so. decree pro
GOLLY, HE CAN READ \ teaspoon salt .. I they confesso will be entered 'against
PROVED TOX ME.. A 'NEWSPAPER HOLDING.) H cup water with some of her relatives. you for the relief demanded in the
: WAS ALL WAY OUT HERE. / bill of complaint. The nature of
\\JT 4 eggs, separated said suit being for divorce.

,.. t WRONG. % cup Florida lime'juIce Mr. and Mrs, Tam F. Cato and WITNESS my hand and seal of
t 'r said Court this 16th day of June
. -y----yt .. .2 teaspoons Florida lime. son Tammy, Jr., from Gainesville A.. D. 1960. ,
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(Official Heal)
this week in
r t:4 rind are spending RALPH E. HARBERT

% teaspoon cream of tartar their cottage on North A1A. Clerk of said Circuit Court
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June 23-30 & July ,
I 1 9-inch) baked pastry shell During their stay they enter -

Mix together ,tained as house guests Mr. and IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF
i' 1ct Qa I gelatine, 1/3 cup FLAGLEH COUNTY FLOIUDA.I
of the sugar and salt in sauce. Mrs. A. Merritt, newlyweds from IN CHANCERY NO. 4020
I I ANTONIO ; I
,', t pan. Combine slightly beaten Charlotte, N. C. SAL.SONE.Plaintiff,
.
V egg yolks, water and Florida I PASQUALINA vs.SALSONE' \. I

e ] lime juice; add to gelatine mix.. Mr. and :Mrs. Dean Thompsonand :Defendant. .r
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NOTICE TO DEFEND
ture. Place over low heat, stir- I daughter, Cleta, from Jes- THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO;

t.' ring constantly, until gelatine sup, Ga., are spending part of Pasaualina Salsone'
Tresilico
'::1" ,). -- t their vacation here at their Prov. Reggio Calabria

w r 4 I had three weeks ItalY-
'I "" place. They
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$ .
)' ir'O'< ;Qfc: You 'are hereby notified that a.
'. ,;? 24; y. I and took a trip to visit with suit has been filed against you In ..
x S ? 4.0 w Lap the above entitled cause and you
i y yx r ', ;
: f'i ry 4. :2,4?>? F E x ; relatives in Iowa beforeoming .
q.x., '" ih5vvr :aa':::Q:2-: ..c Ki : are hereby relulred'to tile your answer
IifI' Flis aqu.Yk: '',I 9ri;>" -.?o,%: t..Sw.y4 ., I here. with the clerk of this Court.
r l Y and to serve a copy thereof upon
? x>,' sYRD'0.' ; the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
y
; '' 3: : '' Mrs. whose name and address is:
AF 1 1 ,=, :fxja ?$5'11' ar'o- a 6 b ; : C 'f Mr. and Robert Schatz, Samuel V. Holch \

hr' X ::, cs 'ry;, with their daughter Margie and P.O. Box 471

vS.F.Y,. vtix.t;?',,;r}" f son Ed, have gone for a holiday later East than Palatka.July 9th Floridanot A. D. 1960.
.
, :.alx;: i,;:. : at Manatee Springs, Florida.Mr. If you fail to do so. decree pro
confesso will be entered againstyou
; A for the relief demanded in the
v..' and Mrs. E. L. Hart have bill of complaint. The nature of
Laid suit being for divorce.
%ti { kn x?. 1: ;, J3, yf3c 4:' +P a
a2 c : returned to their home here aft WITNESS my hand and seal-of
I said Court this 7th day of June
T, er spending two weeks in New A. D. 1960.
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< : ;Z, York City and the New England (Official Seal) .
RALPH E. HARBERT
y States. Clerk of said Circuit Court
, "' .. June O.tG-3-3-4tc()
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.,' '> 'V Mrs. Andrea Springer attended I IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OKFIiAGLEIl
.COUNTY FLORIDA.
the school in Daytona Beach IN CHANCERY NO 4034 .

. .r Fr :az it ::S 'S'},',ha: OC4dcA last week for school finance of. GEORGi W. LENT JR.. _
" .'f'!h w 6. Plaintiff
,., :v. ficers. 'V8. -
1'r. CLARA MAF
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F.>' 'Zc: ti, S4 NOTICE OF : LENT.Defendant,. ,
'f.:. Y i'au Notice is hereby given that under NOTICE TO DEFEND TONY:
and pursuant to that certain Final TilE STATE OF FLORIDA.
, ... r ,yOJ cr.. '3-.o,. au v'' Decree rendered on the 18th day Clara Mae Lent '
. : ;' rc? g SR)4dc, y;, ,. :G,E:' pY of June. A. D. 1960. by the Honor Hampton R. D. No.1
w. ; M k \ik "*'ictiE.' able Geo. Wm. Jackson one or the -Hampton. New Jersey
Judges of the Seventh Judicial Cir You are hereby notified that a
; r k : L. cuit of the State of Florida In suit has been filed against you in
.: % and for Flagler Bounty, that certain the above entitled cause; and you
cause lately pending in the are hereby required to file your answer }
I' f: n'i'v v 4 Circuit Court of Flagler County. with the ;Clerk: of this Court,
r' Florida. in Chancery. wherein and to serve a copy thereof upon
'f'F .- _. American Scale Manufacturing the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
-. Company wa plaintiff and M. H. whose name and address is:
.
:' ___ Dunson formerly t/a Flagler Beach Ray SeMen '
: ::-T iukP } N'r Pier was' defendant. being cause Selden Building
i( : ,= No. 3987. I. the undersigned Clerkof 800 Main Street .' ,
the Circuit Court in Flagler Daytona Beach.*;Florida
County. Florida. ,will on the 18th I not later than July 14th A. D. 1560.
day of July at the north front door If you fall to do so decree pro
of the Flakier County Courthouse confesso will be entered against
in,"Bunnell. Florida at 11:00 o'clockA. you for the relief demanded
In the
1L. offer for, sale and sell at bill of complaint. The'
nature of
public outcry to the highest and said suit
being for
r! ,', best bidder ,therefor for cash In WITNESS my htnd divorce.
hand. in order to'satisfy the said said Court this 8th nndrjical of
day of June
,; Final
: Decree aforesaid. the following A. D. 19611.OAlcin1 .
'. described property to-wit: ( Seal)
1 425-2
43743, Model Scale. Serial No. RALPH 'B. HARBBRT
Clerk of said
Dated 'Circuit Court
at
County.
Bunnell. Flagler -
': June 16-23.30 & July 7-4 to
fi; Florida this 20th day of June ---- --
A. D. 1960. -
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: :?'t t"!!..ENJOY COOL COMFORT June-', 30 RALPH-ot Clerk-Itc Flagler of E., the HARBERT County.Circuit Florida Court ROBSRT F'IN IN. CMANOKRY THE GLEn.ZWECK CinCTIT'COUNTY.NO.*,COURT 4O33 FLORIDA."OF



r ', Take thg temper out of summer's temperature! Electric AIR y Plaintiff, -
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MILDRED: SALLY 7.WECK '

(i( ., ,:'<'- 11; .' {JlDITIONING will flood your home with ,comfort-cool,,filATTIC and WINDOW 'ii- Sty? Easier! OFriiwmrFLORB9A! NOTICE TO Dcfp.ndant.DEPEND y
: '
; ,'>_,':: 8 TH',"*'r'fcSJSd_ poll en.mu L-: air....remove excess: meijtese. .. *heJp Pr'event'a' other. ,wonderfulswear FANS THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TOi
_';SMU.' ,' -1-<<:; '*-* BtJ1II1nR.I.., Mildred Sally Zweck -' .
" ', $ 1? "_-', damage. Air coadRkmiBg?safeguards youngsters from aids"to\cool summertime 144 GreenlclStt'eet' -
:f; ;:. comfort. They Roosevelt L. I.. New York

.it ..:'l: -,g''" .v" "' "priekly heat rash .'. bnn: refisf.fiftoa aHetgies. ....reduces force out the hot, sticky I. MRS. ,1(. B. FULLER. Editor suit You has are been hereby filed notified against that ill.a v

... : 4:::; .t :.i: 'teB ona. 'Your whole family will.. eBJoy, wtexiBg,. quiet, 'o< anbreece Indoor, air and pull in the amove entitled cauvt: and you you -
.- 1 $: "- *: ... cooling freeh breezes"In are hereby required to file your inwer -'
!.:;:! :' ',*:- comfort, cool !living aS sumroaloogl Qen't 8HDID8r'. .. motion." Be..tett. 8iBekJ ...Heatt.fer .ei with the Clerk of this Contfc
' ; ,, PoMIe Hettre* ef Flagler and to serve a *OJ>y thereof upon

:.. $re.: : oW-fashioned. to be without mockrm efectric'air cooditiefiing. c....,., M..w..H.tln 'ere" the whose plaintiff name or and plaintiff address la Utornfry.: .

l Se!'yew. electric apps diMrr.r ice.! aid tits 8t4e: ef 'FloridaH.icrea P.O.Samuel Box V. HolcH.
.. 471
}. \%.. o1k7&. : ..:::;' .' East Palatka Florida .

: JI not later than July 1.Hh A.. D. I .
4:4: .1 FLORIDA POWER t LIGHT .c.OMP a. se.s.4 eItIM' cutter If you tall -to/d 80 decree

,.. .: ... =Feb eontf'lt8iVLIl' be ;
J 4. "" ", ar7 t.lie,at life.peetelBec enters j aKa ,
; 4: :::7\ i' : ,MOftAWMmLDyt 'F&ivdM ..... YOU for the- relief $ "- -,
): : : ,;.t Flo 1N 4 .. ad .fS. bill ot complaint: The natJ .

\L" 'C :.rv IW said f'ufL, {, for divone. '. : :.'
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-- ; LIME MERINGUETTES.: .1 ring, constantly ult1t thickened._ .

,. .- grated lime rlnd Remove-
.'. >#. 3 egg, separated from heat; chill. Fold' Into
;.; :, %. teaspoon cream of tartar I whipped cream. 'Jf desired tint

1/8 teaspoon salt with a few drops:, of green food<

1 cup sugar, divided coloring. Fill meringue shells. < ,
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4 tablespoons Florida lime ...
Chill 6 to 12 hours-In refrlgera--
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juice tor. Yield 6 servings.
,., .J% teaspoons Florida lime Y

I rind ,

i 1 cup heavy cream, whipped : Stringless snap beans 'have ,

.1 :: -' Beat egg whites until foamy; I been developed .only,within. the

"" add cream of tartar and salt; last 100 years. _

I r beat until stiff but not dry. Add -_ ,
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F 1/3 cup of the sugar gradually, FREE PAINT .
beating until very stiff. Cover "
: I II \
-S One extra gallon of youtTcJiolce-;
brown
n baking, sheet with ,heavy '
I I with each sailor yotf*buy-
, ..,. paper. Pile meringue into 6
-.'' ILz1 IL rounds about 3 Inches in diam ,Mary Carter Paint Store

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. ". eter. Make a: 2-Inch depression. Also W tgatf Shopping Center
" In the center. A pastry' tube

S ; r rJ ?; 4 4 -' may be used to form meringues., .I THE OUTBOARDER. '
Bake In a very slow oven (275 I

t :i p i!;; degrees) 1 hour. For filling, beat : BOATS Authorized- ACCESSORIES Evlnrude- REPAIRS-Dealer

the egg yolks; add remainingcup
i ? I : ; % sugar :and the lime juice. Dockage Storage FINANCE- Free RampWE

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L. ', x. .. ? JIl 'l--11 A.M. 54 Money-Making .


t For trees galore Rayonler has Decently planted ,its 100,000,000th: Pine Seedling on its lands in Rooms
t Beach .
the southeast The chemical celluose producers statisticians say that if all these seedlings had Daytona ,
1.2.3&4 Room Apts)
Rent
t'' been planted in one continuous row at normal eight foot intervals they would reach 151,515 ( as

I miles, or 'cover- six times around the earth at the equator. Of this total, over 5,000,000 have Fla. .
U.S. AlA
228-Ft Frontage on
been planted in the Flagler County area. .
Atlcmtic.ze
,J.. and the Shining
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*Virp. < sA;- Pr! site on world's most
Four-y r'old_ Jan, Miller, daughter of,Company Area Forest Supervisor WgF.\Miller, has famous beach at 3245 S. Atlantic Facilities that Make it Easy
the, honor of, planting the 100,000,000th Pine Seedling from a planting machine Assisting I with frontage.on U.S. to Please Guests.

I her at-the' tree farm is A G. Sandy) McArthur,) resident manager of the company's southeast A1A. main arterial route down for Low Overhead

timber,division since its beginning in 1937. First plantings in 1938 were at an.anriual rate of 100- Florida East Coast. Ph.eaomePlanned and Easy Management.
nal front!
growth on
000 ;seedlings. When Rayonier pine tree nurseries came into full production 'five years ago, every .

the planting rate was stepped up to over 15,000,000 seedlings, a year. : MR. & MRS.. DON ROSE, OWNERS Many Gain* ';Pleasrureo ProfitFEATURES :

Ernest :I*. Davis, operating -manager of the division, says the company is ;now planting j I

seedlings for every tree removed from company ands. Next to Mr.-Davis is Mrs. W. F. Miller, IN ABUNPANCE TO / ,

who was probably her daughter's age when Rayonier planted its first pine seedling. Today INSURE OUTSTANDING. SUCCESS! _
the cellulose firms tree farms stretch through .45 Florida and Georgia Counties, cover over 616-
A steady parade of steadfast guests not only come back often
000 acres 'and contribute the southeast's ,Jan's seed-
,substantially to general forest economy.
out of
but send friends to Sea Crest Haven. Located just congested -
ling is expected.. to, be mature and ready to roll' over a Rayonier pulp.machine in about 20 years.,. beach area ,with more.quiet ,,and privacy! for guests.
- Easy access to shopping, facilities, other conveniences 226,7
: feet of 228 feet of AlA whethere's
: Control I sume ,almost every lawn ailmentis I den stores. DDT has lost muchof ocean frontage. frontage on
Chinch Bug tremendous traffic flow to draw frqm. Besides vaca-
t caused by this insect its effectiveness in some tioners and tourists, salesmen execu

Prevent To I Chinch bug control must be southern parts of ,the state and tines; and workers coming into the Exceptionally Liberal
Damage
carefully used if they are to be one of the other: materials growing industrial area need a EASY TERMS
should be used for consistently home away from home. It's a favYou, Set the, Price
he adds. A
effective, simple and
St. Augustine Grass orite stopping place for fishermen,
;' inexpensive piece of equipmentfor good results. being near fishing piers and charter docks. Fine public relations -
,With summer weather officially a home gardner is a jar attachment job'done.. Priceless good will. Captialize on good

here again,, Florida home 1' to a garden hose. Use planning!

owners are warned of the presence i I the type which delivers a coarse FRENCH LIME DRESSING FIRST RATE CONSTRUCTION!

of,chinch bugs, the annual spray ,and, a large amount of 1 cup salad oil J
threat to St. Augustine grasslawns water. % cup sugar The Sea Crest Haven was built right to defy time, use and
weather materials selected.
Best Cement Con-
foundations.
". in the I state. Better contrOl'' is obtained if 2cup llT e"' juice v crete masory walls. 34 rooms with terrazo tiler floors, balance

Dr. S.H. Kerr the lawn is moiSt when the in. % teaspoori Tabasco hardwood and pine. Plastered interiors. Built-in lifetime'roof.
assistant
with entomologist secticide treatment Is applied. 1 and Vz teaspoon salt, Valuable. sea wall, and plenty of good parking space. Good
the Florida
Agricultural .- drainage. '
Experiment Station This aids in the spread and penetration '1 teaspoon paprika
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reports chinch bugs have already of the Insecticide ,into 1 teaspoon minced onion PLANNED FOR EASY MANAGEMENTLOW ;
the Combine all ingredients. Beat
turf matRecommended -
beenactive'In South Flor OVERHEAD
insecticides for with a rotary beater or shake in
ida for sometime' and northern now Include a clean, tightly closed jar until Latest staggered construction gives view of ocean from each, :
home gardeners
residents should keep close room. Rooms are spacious, and designed to take care of
watch for the pests. DDT, Diazlnon V.C'-13, and Tri well blended. Refrigerate I guests wanting 1 room apt. up to 4 and Sroom'apts.18 Murphy
thlon. Mixtures of DDT plus until ready to use. ,Shake vigorously kitchens. Best ceramic tile baths. Free water. Linens, 'best
'"'. .. If chinch bugs are present.BHC are common lawn pest insecticides again just before using. grade_ beddIng. Automatic heat. "
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control measures should begin:I I in north Florida gar- Makes 1 and 2/3 cups. I MANY FACTORS FOR
immediately Dr. Kerr says be --- PROFIT :_ _

sure chinch bugs are actually I Operate as is or make money with, rest home, CO-OD apartments -
i present before making insecticide or retiree living set-up. Going for What It brings!

treatmehts. ,He says a lot '
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.(.'., .'',. PAGE EIGHT : / THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE- BUNNELL, ,FLORIDA'- Thursday, June30- .,' 1960. ,
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; Harold Masie will be chaperonesfor ler Beach .Recreation Center,J Nab, Flagler Beach" *(Hotel,:::Mil- I I I WORLD'S LARGEST ANT
-r eeQ"Dancel "
kf.: First the next Tuesday eveningand W. L. Wadsworth, Western Auto land Hotel Bar," Flagler 'Beach The world's largest ant, Dino-
there will be several novelty Asociate Shelton's SuperMarket Pier and -
Store I Restaurant, and Slovaks
ponera gigantea, inhabits the
t Held Tuesday In. dances on the program.. Frank and Glad's Shoe Egg Fal1lFLOATING. Ii rain forests of Brazil. There are
Money has been donated during Repair,. Citizens Bank of Bunnell, I
no 'worker
queens, no soldiers or
: : Beach the week for records by the Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Threadgill, "
Flagler castes in a Dlnoponera'colony.
\ following: f Bunnell Cleaners, Fred :Fruits I" GARDENS The females, which are more

The first of the Summer Teens Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Taylor, Jewelery Store, Lewis Barber, I Land is scarce in the Vale of I than ah inch long, capture the

: '" '. Dances was held'at the Flagler Sulivans Gulf Station, Mr. and Anderson's Drug Store, Bunnell Kashmir, so many farmers use I food, do all the work,.and fight
::,> Beach Recreation Center Tues- Mrs. Fred Meyer, Bob. Kendall, Ford Motor Company, Addle floating gardens-tangled masses the colony's battles. .
'4 day night with 117 in atendance. Ernie Williams, Anchor Motel, Woods, Thomas Haynes, O of plants and soil which are I
r There were many from out of Preer's Shell and Gift Shop, The Alford eRal Estate & built up on quiet cana banks,

. town who were present for' the Ocean Spray, Marie's Gift Shop, Buddy McKnight,"Ocean F"j then towed to lakes. With gar- Frank & Glad'sSHOE
/ opening dance. Wayne Hogeboom, Lazy ,Hours Court, Jimmy Lowe, Sue dens moored to stakes, Kash
Motel, Luck/s Bar, The High Mr. and Mrs A O. Brantly,
-. k =**_ The Teen Dances will be held I miris work them from boats, the REPAIRW.
.., ',:i'i; ,each Tuesday night from 8 to 11. I way, Flagler Beach Hotel Bar Besie Thiel, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. National Geographic Society MOODY BLVD.
v'."','-:" ',". The Recreation center,has been Flagler Beach Barbershop, Flag J Chaffee, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mc. says. General 1 Block West Shore of Railroad Repair

*'" '' .:\ decorated for the., occasion and I .
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':'" :. charge of the snack bar each DISTURBING THOUGHTS ON THE "FOURTH" '

'5" INSIIE-Stay Insured & Rest Assured

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9'r<'. '";' Betty Jo Revels 17 year old ELECTIONS AND SUPPRESS/&. PERSONAL, FREEDOMS ;

,:..: _. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert I I r THEY NAVE BCOKEM TfcE-AVlES AND COMMITMENTS, Citizens Bank BIdg. Bunnell Florida I I II
. 5 feet 6
:',.,r Revels, BunnelU'' Height;' Has I rI TIIEY'I1AVE EMBARKED OWA COURSE OF t .:\. inches, 10"'pounds.
.' .:'. hazel eyes and McDaniel's dark brown Service hair. I It I AtJION-AND AGGREjON,4ND'IItEY T 1 A t4 I 'W"-J\.......................-.....-.............................-.VrJI....
1i" 1(;:'; Sponsored by / VER GFREE NATi4 THE EARI".H .AND: ; J {
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,;: '.' "= { Station:Miss Flagler, Bunnell.County Holds, 1959 titles, Miss of THE 1A,NA ilk'BET RAVED, :?:i! MOPES OFJI( ;';W.bR r'Dus 1 I FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHF

.+. ':, Birthplace of Speed and Miss .
Daytona International Speedway 1I I AMBULANCE ,
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,; ;. Sharone lone Woods, 1$ year I I PHONE VAlley 4.,1625I
SERVICE
. ,.. old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.L. ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDAI
} ',;", Woods, 7025 Seminole Dr. Orlan ... r t3 I I
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.. ... Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We-
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110. Has
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! ": brown hair. Sponsored by Susan 4' : are always at your service with promptness, safety and
'1.. Scott of Orlando and Cocoa. ; e '.:
Patricia Ann Shockey, 20 year 1 6x expenelJet\ .
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. f-
'i,.,'..4...I' Car} Shockey, of 2361 Annastia Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator'J
r ,:.,: Ave., South Daytona. ,Has hazel -- i -
r 3,. ,'. eyes' dark brown hair. Weight J Garcia Funeral Home
_"'..":y', 107, height 5 feet 3H inches.
51' ; Fiesta titles of Miss Southside P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
\::c 1958. Miss Volusia County '. '
. (7-\ 1959. Sponsored by Carpen '" LADY ASSISTANTS 3L
ters Local 1725 Daytona Beach. II.
f Katherine Louise- Harrell, 17 n---
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" : year old daughter of Mr. and
::: '. 'Mrs. Henry O. Harrell, Union I
Er. Park; Florida. Height 5 feet 2 See the Chevy Mystery Show la color Suodiyi NBC.TY-the Pat Boone Chevy Showroom weekly ABCTV.IT -
': -" inches and weighs 110. Has
f. brown eyes and blonde hair.
-:'.- Sponsored by Drinkwater & Part ; '
! : '. tin 'Well Drilling Service, Orlando.
ONLY LIKE POWER STEERING
-t Jo Ellen Chdmberlin, 17 year FEELS .
: '. old daughter of Mr. and Mrs (Corvair doesn't need it)
t'-'',.,', James R. Chamberlin, N. Orange .
u;;::." : St., New Smyrna Beach. Height
' 5 feet 3 inches and weighs 110.

J,. Has brown .eyes, light brown Corvair's ingenious design simply places the conventional about Corvair. Look at its they add to your driving
14 hair. Holds title of Miss New engine in the rear. That means less weight on practically fiat floor, four-wheel independent pleasure. But why wait!
: Smyrna Beach, 1959. Sponsored the front wheels and feel in fold-down Its air-cooled .
suspension seat.
rx,:.. by Hobbs.of New Smyrna Beach. a lighter, happier rear
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i'r' : Ludy Lynn Prince, 17 year old ', ;;, -: the curve of your hands. No power assist rear engine that never needs water or antifreeze '
::' .. daughter of Mrs. Madeline E. ;;.'..t, is needed in a car that's, naturally nimble. or radiator repairs...and leaves engine eorva i r
,;.--,.... Prince of Land O' Lakes, Flor See what a fresh engineering approach can heat and noise back where you've been. All
: ida. Has green eyes, dark brown do From handling and parking ease right these special advantages are standard in every

. ." weighs hair. Height 125. Holds 5 feet 8 title inches of Miss and on, there just isn't anything ordinary 'or Corvair. Just wait till you see how much BY CHEVROLET .

/ Land 0' Lakes, 1960. Sponsored
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Dolores Ann Kelly, 16 year old
;:. daughter: Mr. and Mrs. Kelly, ..... ........... ..W.SY:Av."::N'l:::.Y:: 'i.Y:':{'}%::
"p:" 2008 Vincent Road, Orlando.
Height 5 feet 6: inches, weight ..
r 112. Has brown eyes and brown
t. hair. Sponsored by Faber Construction -
Co." Orlando.
i r: Frances Douglas, 17 old

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