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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: July 7, 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..1O. 26 BUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY, ,, JULY 7, 1960 $2.50 A YEAR I

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.July Fourth I Teen Dance Tuesday Prince
Junior College at I Judy Lynn
Bicycle Race f :i'x w f Night Well. AttendedThe "

; Daytona Ranks Wingers ,Announced : .t Teen Dance at the Flag :Is Now New Miss

,.. ler Beach Recreation Center
F First place winner in the bi.1 I Tuesday night was attended by Florida East Coast
Fourth in
State cycle race in the Flagler Beach i V4T'I 120 teenagers.
Fourth of July Celebration was
I The dance for next Tuesdaywill i
Robert, Abbott of Flagler Beach. Judy Lynn' PrInce of Land 0' ,
..... A report from the, Board of 'I be a Bermuda Dance. (no I
Second place prize went to f Lakes, Florida was crowned
; Control in Tallahassee ranked short shorts or bathing suits).
# ,Daytona Beach Junior ,College 1 I Larry Cox .of Bunnell, and the I, ay The Teen dances are from 8 to I:Miss Florida East Coast Sunday

't,< :;, fourth in the state in junior college third place prize was awarded 11:30'each Tuesday evening. I afternoon in the second annual

_.p ,'i Y.' university parallel enrollment to Greg Ross of Flagler Beach. I beauty contest held at Flagler

:>. ..; ";. ,', college officials said to- The bicycle races Were held .Members of the committeesaid I Beach. The contest was held in
, day. in connection with the celebration they wished to thank TV- connectipn with the three-day !

: The report, which covers fall held at Flagler Beach.' Bob Henderson for the repairs I July Fourth Celebration. Stye was

enrollment, indicates that the on,the hi-fi system which being crowned by the retiring queen,

DBJC's transfer: division enroll Nilson I used for the dances. Miss Beverly" Cadman of New E
Arvid .
F- ment of 710 was exceeded, only I'I Smyrna Beach.. I
: the longer established junior
by I Miss Prince is the 17 year old
Dead .
colleges such as St. Petersburg Found at FOUNTAIN- <}F YOUTH- SecuresKing's daughter of Mrs. Madeline E.
which reported 3116 students,_ Levine, 2W, Is Group II
Michael playingit II Prince of Land 0' Lakes, Flor
Pensacola J.C,, reporting 1716 Home Monday cool as he drinks from a gar- ida. She was sponsored by the
i arid Palm Beach.,J.C. 1384. / den hose while washing his toy Road ,:
I M.H. Sears Realty of Land 0'
Although Board of Control statistics / fire engine at"?Scarsdale, N. Y.
"t"s Arvid_ Nielson, farmer of the Lakes. '
have pot been released
Bimini Section of Flagler Couiv Right of Way:
yet for the string semester, examination First runnerup was Betty Jo
ty, was found dead at his home -
: of the registrar's records Revels who was sponsored by
about noon Monday, July 4. He ::Fish-a-Thon
.
revealed that the registra Joseph Paquin of the Von :McDaniel's Standard Oil Stationof
tion total had risen to S46 at apparently 'died Saturday night 1 j! I Bulow Ranch appeared at the I I Bunnell. Betty Jo is the 18
I from a heart :attack, according,Prizewinners
the Daytona Beach school.. I I Board of County Commissioners year old daughter of Mr. and

to reports.Mr. r I meeting Monday morning in Mrs. R. B. Revels of Bunnell.
t The board's report also point. I NI son was a native of Are Announced of for I
interest of the-rights way Betty Jo holds the titles of Miss.
ed out that DBJC, ranks first in Sweden and had lived in the the paving of Old King's Road. Flagler County, Miss' Birthplaceof
'' the state in enrollment United States for number of
among a
Flsh-a-Thon prize winners in Mr. Paquin said their com Speed 1960, and Miss International
..' th 'e newly established junior years. He came to Flagler the July Fourth Celebration at pany will give their right of Speedway 1960. -
colleges. Manatee J.C. reported from Farms, near ,
County Penny
Flagler Beach:4 have been announced way and that he had contacted
i-_ 663 students, Central Florida Green Cove.Springs, about 20 Second
was
as follows.. : most of the property owners who runnerup Faye
r : J.C. 469. Chipola J!.C. 416; Gulf years ago. He was 63 years of I I are interested in the paving of Breeding of Orlando. She was 1

Coast, J;C. 410, Sfc ohns J.,C. 324, I I ,The Fish a.Thon started at 6:1 the road. : sponsored by Cardet Fashions I ,

:, .and North Florida J.C. ,303, age.He is survived by a brother.i o'clock Saturday morning, July The improvement on OldKing's -Orlando.. ,

,",;. Adult and vocational enrollment Jon Nflson of Eskjo, Sweden. i I'2, and ended at 6 o'clock Mon I Road is planned-for from
were 'not .included in the report. Craig Funeral Home of Bun 1 day afternoon, July 4. All fish 11 south the .l Faye is the 16 year old
Highway to county
nell is in. charge of funeral arrangements entered in the contest were I daughter of Mr. .and Mrs. L.
A st summary of the report, Including line. It is also the highway into I of, Orlando. '
: I Beach Breeding
i the
and for the weighed in at Flagler
plans
Nfgre!,' Community Col- I the Bulow Ruins a. State Park.'I ....
'" service Hardware-on/MoodyBoulevard. The-Miss Fforlda-EastnCoast ,
_4M, '"--- 'leg'el' s1io w d"ihai" ': 1,060, sttt jpijijornpleted upon *'"Tax A5s'ssot'D. :Moody said
,
E ( word received from the brother.' Prizes for the largest fish r Contest is"held "during the July ,
dents .were enrolled in .the Pub. : the 196Ottar"roll was not complete i
t caught'was given to C. O. Mageeof Fourth celebration and is sponsored -
:>,."-1 lie Junior Colleges following a Flagler Beach for a 3 pound I and requested an extension II''I' by The Flagler County
of time until the August
, -(' university. parallel program
14 sheepshead. Boosters and Sam Malphurs who
i ", which represented 33 per cent of Director of Soil lConservationHere ounce meeting when they will. sit, as I "
the contest. _
manages
!.i' ,the state's;.total college enrollment I The oldest fisherman prize I an equalizing board. -.. 1 1I i.
I Entered in the Miss Florida
in the falL i went to Emma Blankenship of
-. Last Coast Contest were 18
Flagler Beach. f
; 172,500. young ladies from Orlando,.

I Transferred : Youngest fishermen entering I Fort Caroline National Memorial Land 0' Lakes, Lake Weir, New

; City Contracts the contest was Gordon Worley, 'and museum, near Jack :i Smyrna Beach, Ormond Beach,
j. I I eight year old son of Mr. and f sonville, commemorates the, Titusville, Daytona Beach, and

Y( r' For Alton Harris, director of the Mrs. Charles Worley of Bunnell. I French Hugenot fort and settle: Bunnell.,
Water
: Survey Soil Conservation Service in ;I Prize for the most fish caught ment of 1564. Opened two years) The contestants and their

,. '. Flagler County, has bene transferred during the contest was presented f ago, it finished its second year i chaperones were entertained at

: The Bunnell}, City Commissioners to. Athens, Ga, There. he I to Linda Kobylarski, 12 anda with 33,000 visitors, a 13 per cent I a luncheon at the Flagler Beach

<: signed a contract at their will represent Florida in the office ; half year old daughter of :Mrs. gain over its first year. i Woman's Club at 1 o'clock Sun.

; meeting' Tuesday night with of the U.S. Study Commis : Betty ,Kobylarski of BunnelL ."At Bradenton the De Soto I day afternoon which was their i

Black and Associates, Inc., of sion of the Southeastern River i Linda caught whiting duringthe memorial, which marks the dress appearance with the .
Gainesville .to make a of Basins. The southeastern area i .
:;' survey contest. landing, place of Hernando De judges. ,.
i' .' the city water system and wa includes, the states of Florida, I Soto, counted 66,100 visitors. Fort In connection with the Fourth .
'_ ter supply. The is be. Georgia, .Alabama, .North and ,
: survey I Jefferson, on" an island off Key Celebration was a three-day -
: :. : ing: made "to see what can be South Carolina.Mr. I Pish' /. !
:;,;. Over Million Visit West, built to protect the Gulf -A-Thon, Bicycle Races
;4. done to improve! the water. : Harris has been directorof ,of Mexico, is accessible only by Horseshoe Pitching Contest, _

t -' After the' survey is completed; the Soil Conservation Service boat ,yet 4,400 people visited j along with the annual fireworks .

':;4 the company will make its recommendations here since July 1952. He, with Our State ParksLast there last year." I display Monday night.. i -

to the city come his wife and two young daughters

Ii;. missioners.. The contract for the are moving to Athens year, for the first time I --------r- -

survey will cost the city $500. where they will reside. visited the
million people
over a I
,,,, national park and historic areas Famous Spots: Memphis On The River

in Florida. The total came to
..
I
n
; 11 1,032,400 and was. 7 per cent

above the previous'year, the

'..;; Florida State Chamber of Commerce
''l .n ..
'a .1
1 }>
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Eye
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p 'k 't 'S 4 a -c : if .
;: drawn to Everglades National

:'icc Park ,the only park. in, the national -

which is locatedin
y system Y 1na '
1! Florida. Expanded camping

and boating facilities, built in'

1958, have made the: park even f
attractive to visitors. A
more gain of 13 per cent over the.year egr


a, ... was"Historic shown. areas in Florida : -

maintained by the United: States *:) j
: !! .. Ji- --
: : Government because. of their na- .-,.- .,/ < ioo.c -
; '
tional significance; were visited j : :

by 532,200 people last year. All ; 1
of these with one exception are TaB buildings rising Into the clouds against a background of river
either forts of fort sites. i raH aad highway transportation such fa a great city. Shown above. I
one of the most famous cities of the South, Memphis Tennessee. Located
drawing card
"The: biggest oa tile banks of the mighty Mississippi Hirer, Memphis is .
was Castillo de San Marcos at kftewm for many things; its Cotton Carnival Overton Park, 'Zoo, .
St. Augustine, the, oldest.mason MetnpMa Medical Center Memphis Museum t1 'CottoD Exchange "

,ry fort. in the nation, where. visi. &** Baale Street !Inspiration for W. C. Handv'a "Memphis Bl es.*?
NO ,LET DOWN,,. ..'.. This bwee ..'....: ........rattles"' aH, tors numbered, '356,200. Fort .JMi aI *+e.all else there made for the visitor In the Mighty Klver. t
rolls, bat ei .......ea:Ialt..'t eae/.ebil wM iaeiacres' it. 'I':Jtfatanzas, another ancient Spanish 7hrbMffes spas the M'-T."fp';; at Memphis and some 5 mffllca ",

4x <. .. 'fa spite of beie, Mitt > ;a.MIf, -- Jort, ,Bear Marieeland, drew I' *s*.;.* i+.. cargo are >--"Vri a-u&he_ port of Memphis.: i
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PAGE TWO 5. ; F- THEFLAGLER: __. TRIBUNE,, BUNNELL, FLORIDAJ.J,. :Thursday: July'! ; 960'

'. -- '.. -- ." j, ,., .'f---- 4 .'!..... -
.; Viewing New"' Infl935 most of-the. con1 so large a job,'with'so: many)548,890,995.50the largest mony, broadcast nationally;.was' j'
a.fe States I
Daln crete, poured. construction' problems. T h.e I contract which tHi;'United heard by millions.sHoover -: t-;

building site, lay in a blazing, Government: had ever assigned. = ,
I
..> ,Nevada Industry Once called Boulder Dam,*I desert where temperatures rose I The engineers drilled! tunnels has lived 'upJto the
Hoover is the height .of a 66- ; dreams of the meriSwho' con
Hoover Dam, which helped #f to 130 degrees' In summer. Millions i through the walls to dI-
building, the'* National. canyon ceived it. The dam noteonly impounds
American Southwest story 1 of tons of material would vert the coffer-
make the I Colorado. Then
the Colorado dUring -
Society raging
Geographic ; says. '
is celebrating its 25th have to be transported across dams were built to block' the I
... bloom, reservoir impounds the Itsl flood periods; Jt< provides a .
this the wasteland and down a river. ? *
anniversary year.The .artificial body of water in I The site was excavated, stable supply of water ta irrigate

dam still isn't quite fin-: !.Western ,Hemisphere.. In. 1955, I sheer S00-toot canyon. I and the dam and power plant hundreds of thousands of t
'
fished--work is in progress on the American .Society ,of Civil t Contract' Set Record constructed. acres in California and Arizona. t

"the ''last and largest generator' Engineers designated it one of f But the' Government went The dedication on September j Its electric power illuminates a I

but the structure was dedicated the seven civil engineering won, i ahead, exploring, probing, Investigating 30, 1935, was a. national event. number of cities. Lake' Mead :

dens of the Nation. i and testing:, In 1931 President Roosevelt, Cabinet: surrounded by desertis the i'

contracts were let to a ,group members, six governors, and 10- haunt of black bass, blue gill t
Hoover has made da -view- : 000 visitors attended. The cefe- perch, '
CLASSIFIED of six companies. The bid was I crappies-and anglers.
: -' ing an Important industry ini i i
Nevada A half million people j '
-
ADS take guided tours through the I

-r: dam and power plant each s year. I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY- ,1.I ,1.\\
'
:
L .tlaJ;. under this heading are Several million visit the Lake; ;
: word each Insertion
3 cent per' .
Recreation Are Lake
minimum charge. Mead i '
Is
t-, 75 cent I :
.. .
.
formed Hoover'sblocking ,
Mead was by '"
'> J .:;
} FOR SALE-Pontiac. chief House the Colorado River.. AUTO SERVICE, -' BUILDING SUPPLIES FLOOR COVERING. ;

.Trailer 35' x 8' good_condition '' -. f
>; .. ; McDANIEL'SService "
: Contact Buddy Chambers after Once Thought Worthless WICKLINE Tilecraft Company

..,;.' 5 P.M. or call ID '7-3760 all day Hoover has brought power and '- tStatiori Building Supplies "LET US FLOOR YOU"

.v., Saturday and Sunday '7.7-ltp- irrigation, as well as visitors, 4 ; which STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS .
to an area 'an Army officer ) Sold and Installed
f* FOR SALE-2 bedroom house, STEEL % i
In 1857 described as "alto. Tires-Batteries Minor Repairs All 'Work Guaranteed

masonry construction. Florida gether valueless." Bunnell ID 7.7119 Flagler Beach1iL9.225': : Ormond Beach OR7.3181 I
room; hardwood floors, inclosed I i

> ; garage' with storage- facilities "It can be approached? only I Biddle Gulf Service FURNITURE '
Contact Alton Harris, day, ID 7-..from the south, and after entering CLEANERS t
.3151, night, 73363. House located it there Is nothing',to 'do OIL-LUBRICATION Ormond Bedding and
f BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY
GULF TIRES ,& BATTERIES Furniture Co. I
but leavethe
; of"' on 'corner North Anderson-and I disenchanted

Ridgewood. 7-7.2tp officer_ told the War Department."Ours Open 7 A.M.-10 PM.-7 Days .. CLEANING t Substantial DEDS-SOF FtmNITURE Discounts on- All 'v \
SERVICEOpen
was the firsthand doubtless State &Lambert US 1:"- ID 7-7190 410 Tradein Covers Down PaymentR.
: :HAWLEIGH Dealer wanted at Dally S to 8 .. S. ROBENBERRY I
?r will be the: last, party of I Owner
; -once in Flagler Co. Good. oppor- I'whites to visit the profitless Colonial Service Station CLOSED THURSDAY NOON 69 Granada Ormond Beh. OR7-A411
Phone ID 7-3188 !
tunity. See Mrs.. Edd Nokes,.40 '
locality .
.. EARL E. RICE, ProprietorGAS 115 ,N. Bay St. Bunnell GARDEN SHOP ;
S. Whitney, St. Augustine, or -
_.. write Rawleigh's Dept. FAF-360- Mormons and other settlers LUBRICATION Gras Garden Center i

: : 105, Memphis,' Tenn. I filtered, Into the area -in.the. late :MOTOR TUNE-VP CONCRETE PRODUCTS Headqual-tera for Gardening Need. (
and floods GOODYEAR TIRES BATTERIES I Ceramics Gifts Dry Arrangement
' July- 7-21 & 28-3 Pi' 1800's, but drought "
> _' _- repeatedly destroyed their crops.In u.s. ,HIWAY ,1 .BUN ELL I IGET' Your "Q" For Concrete Annuals Shrubbery Materlala'- Fertilizers I'
: FOR SALE OR RENT-.:.Small cottager -
1922 the'Colorado River Commission Dial CL 3-8113. TORO LAWN MOWERS
YOUR GO-BOY i
excellent location rear formed, -
:' 'was with Herbert and"make Carts with McCullock, DAYTONA BEACH 147. Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7051
; school! $45.00 per month. Phone. Hover as ,chairman. Six ORMOND
West Bend Clinton
t.} ,. or Engines.
;;,.., i r ID 7-3706,. evenings. 6-30-tf years later President Coolidge Tires and Cart accessories- Quillian's Concrete, Inc. HARDWARE

.. approved: the Boulder Canyon CORBETTS SUNOCO SERVICE f
i; FOR -RENT--\301 West Moody I
Bunnell Farmers
F; .- Boulevard. Call Harris Project Act, authorizing the' Secretary STATION Supply Co.
Appliance -
DRUG STORES f
JOHN DEERE
of the Interior to build
;
_and'Gas Co. ID 7-3551 Bunnell Tel. ID 7-7123 Agricultural&Industrial Equipment
ri.-, '. and operate the proposed dam. I
: STEEL
.
r- ti ,\ BARBER SAW ,SHOP I Hall's Atlantic.;Station Anderson Drug. Store, .. Bars &Shapes Hot & Cola Rolled

: : Grinding, filing and setting at The project's gigantic,dimensIons Jack Hall I Proprietor ,- ..PfrescripUqns Black&Galvanized pipe & Fittings ,
.. ;: made It seem almost .pre- ,LAWN MOWER 'REPAIRS ,
'.. residence, Lambert & Anderson Sick Room Supplies I
I : ;. j posterous. Many ;persons: declared GASOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccessories DEEN RD. Phone I** 73143
- ; Streets. Phone ID 73314. tI Sundries
flatly"'that, the ,dam could
THAT FAMOUS PAINT
.., 6.30-4tp
ROAD SERVICE BUNNELL
not be built Some skeptics said
.' i
,," FOR TRADE-16 ft Tu. nar craft I the river could not be controlled BUN ELL Tel. ID 73652Sullivan's Exclusively atl

; .. Boat with 35 horsepower Evin- while construction went on. Others Mbody's Pharmacy FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE

': : "., ,,' rude motor and trailer. Would feared that the construction Gulf Service Flagler County's Corner Drug Store

;: like to trade for small Jeep. would induce an earthquake. GULF ,PRESCRIPTIONS

.; .,"" Cecil Westbrook 10th and Day Silt was expected to destroy the GAS OILS-LUBRICATION Flagler Beach HE '9-2103
., : DRUGS-SUNDRIES
.
.. IRES-TUBES-ACCESSORIES
'. tbna Ave., Flagler. Beach. Phone gales, valves, and turbines. Beach Information
HE 92125. 6.30.2tp 'Specializing- in Service and FOUNTAIN i SERVICEBunnelL Village Hardware Center .
:
{ Pessimists argued that no Clean Rest Rooms"Irt ,Fid. Phone ID 7-3661 HOUSE PAINTS

!....,. SEPTIC'TANK. =cleaning reason. contractor would risk bidding on The Heart of Flagler Beach Match and mix any color

::l-, able rates. George; Jarosz, Phone r AUTO REPAIRS ORMOND PRESCRIPTION Builder's Supplies Kitchenware

'J::.: ID 7.3410 6-16-12-8-tp PHARMACYSick GIFTS GREETING CARDS

' ;.:'. ,v: LIME MERINGUE PIE Shields: Service Station 'Room Supplies-Sundries AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420

l'*J' ;.'o..J AVON' CALLING 4 tablespoons cornstarch Arcadfus Habel. Mechanic 24-Hour Prescription Service '

;.': ; Let AVON,show: you' 'how to earn 4 tablespoons flour COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt. JEWELER
;'t:. extra money In spare hours. For f Right Now We'll Overhaul and AlA 1 ml. North of .
.p.;; personal -Interview.write box 246RI 1% cups sugar Repair Your Power MowerNo ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661 O.. F. BEACH "

; ,,j:: Lockhart Fla. I '4 teaspoon salt. Job Too Big Or Too Small Jeweler
J'j/ 2 cups boiling. water ill No. Bay SL. Bunnel1EDGAR'S Thompson PharmacyYour Elgin Watches-DIamonds
; FOR ,RENT-furnished 1
bed. : "
'
I' 3 yolks ; Health Is Wealth Exceptional Gifts
egg
: room apartment Just renovated, GARAGE
Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS '
2 tablespoons butter Watch Repairs-Engraving
-' $3O.00.'per, month ID'' 7.3304 24-Hour Towing Service
2 grated" Florida 46 W. \
Granada -
teaspoons
Ormead Beach -
:: !:, 5..5:tf. .-:llme'rind COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS In Our Hands OR 72384: 1

::,.:1', ,JUST ARRIVED II 6'tablespoons Florida lime Automatic.Wheel Balancing-Front Transmission Service End I 1141.Ormond W. Granada-Ormond Drug A: Prescription 7-1421 Shop PAINTING CONTRACTOR

I:}.. New, fMelodigrand Spinet? Pianos juice' Alignment i! ,
24O Granada
Ormond-OR
7-O883
'
-v. .$445.00: Easy Terms. Thompson 1. 9-inch baked ,pastry ,shell, Flagler Beach Sundries R. Moody
: "Volusia Ave., Daytona AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
MusI7Co.l SEALTEST ICE CREAM
< -
cornstarch,
Combine flour, sugar

l'it ;,y_ April'.]:Beach.7-tf CL 28215. and' salt in saucepan miX 'HOLLY HILL Swim Suits for PAINTING .1.-

! Ii wel}. Stir in boiling water. ,HYDROMATICSERVICE All the. Family Phone ID 7-3240 :
I ..
NEW HOME FOR SALE: or rent Place over low heat and cook, epairingRebuildiDg '

2 bedroom,' 6 room house with stirring; gently until mixture Central Florida' tint apeeiallat la NotionsSouvenirsGILL BUNNELL FLORIDA, ,

central heading. and air, con boils, and is thick and trans- AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS RADIO-TELEVISION "
1239 Ridgewood Holly Hill DRUG COMPANY'
f'. ditioning. Complete kitchen., parents; about 4 minutes Beat OR 7.1381 ,

: Capitol '.Motel,'" Korona, Fla. egg yolks slightly, add hot mixture BAR AND PACKAGE STORE Walgren: AgeBcyPRESCRIPTIONS PAUL'S RADIO & TV
Atenna Sates Installations
&
: ID 7.3649.. April 7-tf slowly stirring in rapidly.
Return to saucepan and'cook.. FLAGLER BEACH Sick "' Authorized Sales RCA Victor
Sundries
i ,i- F08' SALE--Three ideal lots on very low heat' 2 minutes; BAR Room -Supplies We all Radio
over HOTEL 19 W. Granada .Ave. Ormond Beach repair other TV& seta
iff- North Moore.'St;close to school, Remove from heat, stir ,in ',but. OR 7-5230 1370-Ocean Blvd AlA

1- paved :street AB town needs no ter;, cool 3 minutes.. Stir in lime "The Meeting Placeof Ormosd Beach OR 7.2852

fcaV: ', filling. Ready' to build on. Coy rind and juice .cool.5 minutes. : Flagler .CountyJia FLORISTS'

..tt.o'.., G., Hanris:: 1-ZL-tf Turn into pastry shell; top with ( cad Yvoaae Sesvil>1 NURSERY : 4;,:.' -

: f New I meringue. Bake in moderate oven BAMBOO Blacks Flower Shop
4V Gas
CusJramediately.
t WAMTEID100 -
'1'" HARRIS (350 degrees) .20 to 25 BAR & COCKTAIL 2 blocks-west of Railroad on Wagon Wheel Nursery t' _
'
' W, nomtoln::..:' IiOT1"LE'GAS COMPANY, Phone I t-s.. Yield':. .one 9-inch, pie.' u-I i LOUNGE Woody, turn Tight on Forsythe Shade Trees Shrubs Totted Plants J i i

\ ,+'.' -: to'7-3561: ,'BuBelL..: < 1-21--tfJOHNSTON'S -- :Open Uader New XonotgomontCoihe Flowers, fr ,All, Obese 1.000 plants free; one withevery I
W 3 egg whites 't- I -. In and Get Acquainted dollar you apend. Thousands of '.
-. Bunnell Phone ID73343FUEL varlties at reduced prices. Best In'.
f?< I 6 sugar i -.
tablespoons
i. Oeeoa Blvd AlA Ffc fc* Beach 1: town. ; .
whites until S48 8. TT.8. 1 Hwy. Ormoiid De.ela '
a i\... .t.' .Beat ,egg soft I :
};r; ',: ,FLAQUW, 11 SA ,"SEALTY CO. peaks are. fonaed :whey beater !BOTTLE GASHAWUS :I on.KING'S. TRAVEL AGENCY .' ,
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w- :- LOTS;. IfOMES: :OCEAN FROm. Is' lifted; 'add s ".gradually SOTTLt GAS I

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,.PAGE,FOUR :',: .. : :,; ,'", ',, > 4 THE"'FLAGLEK TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA _.{ }, '.' Thursday, Julys-7, _; _6O'f ,

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r ; IJ HONORED Fourth Celebration were:MrTandMrs.
( I The Woman's,Society of .Christian -
": ;;ji : :Jl John Beck oCSeMille Mr.
I :- : aler v eackf' r 'A social was held, in, the base- ;. Service will meet July 14, and Mrs. Dan Hiscock and,children
ment of the First Baptist Church } at the home of :Mrs. Bernie Wil
d from Pal atka, and:Mr. and
after the church son at 9:30 A. according to
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:,: ." -. BABBITT Mrs. W. M. Odom .
'. :., LUNA < and Mrs. andbson; from
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.' services honoring Rev. MTS.J f Harry Treadwell, president "
Palatka.
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': : Glen Taylor. who have- accepted j -
a call to Palm Valley Baptist t _-viyiSMr.
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Mr. and Mrs..' Arvid Peterson '
= and Mrs. Allen Hillery
_", REV. REYNOLD HOOVER I PRE-TEEN DANCES ':. .> I Church. I -
: spent afternoon.here
Sunday enjoying and family are to arrive Friday
attendance
ROBE TO CONTINUE : There was a large
i PRESENTED WITH I "" the .Celebration. '- '
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July Fourth from ,
; 1 Micanopy to '-spend .a
.. ALL SUMMER ; for the service which included a _
., I On Sunday at the close of the baptismal service, and all of the t ,month visiting with her::brother
; morning' service at the Methodist The preteen dance last Fri congregation remained for the j and sister in law Mr' and_.. 'Mrs.
Church, Rev. Reynold Hoover day evening' in the recreation social. Rev. and Mrs.-Taylor Visiting here during the W J. D. Preston. : ,
,' was''presented with a beautiful center was so well attended thatit were presented, with an appro. I end with Mr.' and 1Irs.J.. k-I \
-' ,-,- John Wesley Pulpit Robe., The II was decided to" continue them priate gift. :Punch and cake was Preston were Mrs. Harold Clark .Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt Taylorof
: : presentation was made by Ly* through the summer mOIths.i served: by the women of ,the and her son Mike, from Gaines 1 Pierson are to spend 'next
.'t. man Gage for the Methodist The instructor Clark, Winchester I I church. ville. Mrs. Clark returned Manday weekend here with friends.
Men's Club of which he,is president from Jacksonville, will be avail-) evening to her home but I, .
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I', in appreciation of his past able for each Friday' evening I Visitors here Sunday with Mr.: Mike remained for "a. week's' on ,page> 6)-
and has agreed to, be here and visit "' -N..rl'rl'.YrJ1'r
year's work as minister. Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Preston were his -- ? Y.W1
Hoover was 1 assigned 'to. .this'l I I continue the classes. each evening grandmother, Mrs. George Pres- FRED
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I 'church for a new year atf: the!I just before'the,dances be- ton, his uncle and aunt, f\lr. and :'Mrs. Clarence Shultz, has returned r

recent .annual: conference, he attended I gin. a 1 t Mrs. Ed Kummer, all from 'Pa to her home ,.here afteran .' JEWELER' ,; -

., in Lakeland..' 1!. Flatka.Mr.. ': extended visit to' Evansville,": ..... ., ?' DIAMONDS-WATCHES
I I I Ind.,. With relatives. t
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smith were I : ,REPAIRING ." $
... Frank Crotty i Wilson
Mr and Mrs. 'I here Sunday and :Monday, They and Mrs. Bernie J'.1'.l'.1V'rJ'VI
Orlando tq visit several Mr I Mr, and Mrs Butuex of > .'
came from I r, and his brother and sister in entertained as house guests j Ernest
days with her mother, Mrs.I law, Mr.- and Mrs. Woodrow and Mrs. Gordon Braswell of j Interlachen are building a new
May Hendren. Mrs Hendren, I Smith from Hawthorne as Miami and their family Gwen,|home here at the corner: of Main I iJ' Community
y.T :' ,Mr.-.and Mrs. Crotty were entertained guests. Mrs. 'Smith is attending Donnie and Greg who arrived .!St. and Flagler Ave. "
with a dinner by Mrs. Friday and remained until Tues- Memorial ChurchInterdenomlnatlona'
classes at the
University of Flor / j
Kay Swayze at her home. I I ida in Gainesville this summer.I' day noon. j Mr. and Mrs., Al Dompe, Jr., 1
\ and son'from Gainesville were
Mrs. Nell ,Binford a teacher \ Mr. and Mrs. Bob Whitney here' Sunday with his parents Daytona Ave. '

from Richmond, Va., has been .. Mrs. Myles Meeks of "have returned to their home here,Mr. and Mrs. Al Dompe, Sr. FLAGLER BEACH
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spending two weeks vacation Jacksonville are ,enbying their I after spending several days last I, ,Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
'_here visiting with her friends t, two weeks vacation here. Their week in Clermont, where they Mr. and :Mrs. Jackie Better-!, Church Service 11:00 A.M. 'I
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Mr. and Mrs..'J. W Robinson, Jr.. daughter, Mrs. Mary Gibson,I visited with her parents, Mr.J busch from Jacksonville were
:' and granddaughter, Sharon, al- and Mrs. Fagerstin and his par-;,;guests during the weekend with R. W. DICKERT Pastor

Mr. and Mrs:,, William Babbitt so'of Jacksonville:are here with'I ents, Mr.' and Mrs. W, J. Whit -* his parents, Mr.. and.....Mrs.. John I EVERYONE WELCOME.

I and family are to return this: them.. .. '."., ney.. JJotterbusch. 1
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t', a short trip to'Montgomery:? Ala., :; LlMfT fl) WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER !
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jon their trip home They were I I {ib.. OUR VALUE 303 CAN J JI
her sister, ,Mrs,,'*Mary.:Mitchell _
.. niece, Miss Jean Mitchell, and I
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daughter'Miss; Judy Dobson.Mr. I I *
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, i Mr. and Mrs. Grover West and I Pork Chops Z'b.:{: 69*

'.'" \ family of Palatka are spending PUNCH 3 for $100
r::. two' weeks here.' Her parents, I
. :';--:. Mr. and. Mrs. L. E. Woods of ?
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::>;=">'" Mrs. West,motored to Orlando FRESH SLICD (TENDER 31b TIN COLDERFLUFFO I
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daughter; Margaret t, who is entering -
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It't $1, end here.: _" N I SLICED TO ORDERSpiced LIMIT (1) WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER !j

:#...w--. Mr. and Mrs.. Earl Thiel are
- (g-" taking,their' vacation ,on a trip Ham .r Bologna PILLSBURY BALLARDS 1
$-:}. : to Missourito visit with her

'-t. .. 'relatives. Biscuits 3 25
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'f t. Rev.:'Reyn ld, Hoover 'was admitted for
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,; 'I Guests of Mr.: and Mrs. John I OUTBOARD HELPS sUB PLANT; ANIMAL DISEASEIn

Jarosz for a two weeks'visit are An outboardmotor helped I ,

i: ; ,', I I Mr. and Mis. John Lisiura and I guide the nuclear submarine I rare instances a plant and

.: '' I daughter, Christine and also Mr. Skate to an opening in the ice an animal can get the same-

Y, 1!and Mrs.Steve: Wilk, all of Pas- I II I over the Arctic Ocean. The motorboat 'I disease. Scientists have found

Ip. ,,'. 1 I salt, N. J.' 1, -from an International I II that the same virus can multi-

'. ,- i i I I Geophysical Year research sta. |,ply in' both asters and leafhoppers -

,. Mr.- and. Mrs. a Odell Patilla I f tion-circled i 11:the' open water. J the tiny insects which infect -
...i I.I The submarine 'Picked up itsj the plants. The virus is one-
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,!.; MRS. JONES; FETED ,WALTON JOHN KINNEY II were of the few known pathogens
goodbye to friends and relatives. I put put-put on -sonar equipment ::
':,. r ;:, AT A LUNCHEON : Mr. and Mrs. Walton John: They are moving to Hend rson.'. and .surfaced in the small, icei i common to the plant and animal -
.", -.. FRIDAY NOON'. I Kinney o'f'S1. Johns Park are the kingdoms.
I yule, N. c.,. to reside. Mrs. I free lake.
... : I parents of a six :pound thirteen : pa-I _
I. ,: :Mrs. H. T. Cook, andMrs,..Wil* #tilla is the former Dorothy. ---- ----
k and a half ounce soil born at !I I
{ : : hams Deeri 'entertained"with a I nlc"and ,of Bunnel and has been residing i iI I t tf .x... .

t/. "' luncheon, at 'the<< Cook home Friday Ion the J Flagler Sunday,'CI June;: 26. Hospital He has I I in Palatka since',her mar-- f r '

.f-: ':,J':' noon, honoing'Mrs-John F. {been given the nameof Walton riage. .1'a
'{ ". : Jones who )s moving this month I John -11, .. i If '. ) A :
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+.;. '. to'Summer Ormond flowers Beach >to adorned''the reside. I j He is the grandson ,o{Mr.'.and I It Mr. and Mrs H. H.. Iurray 1 1I

1"' ,.:; Mrs.. John Kinney of St Johns i I I left Friday for a two weeks'ylsit
t :: rooms where small tabfej were with their sons and their fami J
f.i:.'" *:.." :. arranged and places laid for(Park, :. : j jI I!lies.. Van resides in Statesboro
t:: :.: fourteen guests. I taNDY DENLSE: McCORT J f Ga., 'and Hal in North Carolina.Mrs. .

; \.;..,. Those enjoying the affair with I
,i{':; the hostesses and honored, guest t Mr. and Mrs. George Buck J .1
R. C. Eisenbach of La. s
I t1." were: :Mrs. Mabry King of Or. McCort of Holly Hill announce j I
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;:'.; {'_' mond Beach j Mrs. Lee Blakely,:I i 1 the arrival of a, daughter, bornJuly '1 fayette Eisenbach, Ind.of., Boulder Miss, Colorado Dorothy, I ,;....
Mrs. Johnston, Mrs. John 4th at the _Halifax Hospital I II I
Danny {
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are spending days here I
jinjDaytona Beach. The little 1 f .
I 1f;: M. Canakaris, Mrs. Curtis Deen, 'I
,.' : has been given the I II f visiting with relatives and ,
: Mrs Robert Bertha; Airs. T io nasI. ;.lady : name .'

.' Gresham, "Mrs. ,Shelton, Barber, of Cindy' Deriese. 1 1I I friends.. .
:: '' Mrs. Myrna Knight, Mrs. Walter I I She is the granddaughter. of !! ]
j! Mr. and Mrs. Walter
.., ,- Knight, and Mrs. M..B. Fuller of I.Mrs.: Raymond Smith, of Bunnelly Knightleft 'in ;
Saturday for a vacation'' ,
'i.-" Bunnell, and Mrs. : Hugh Cameron I ,:'Ii
North 'Carolina and ,
:! of Belvedere, S C. :TWIN SONS FOR Gatlinburg. I II ;i;
I :;, '0 THE ROUGHTONS 'j I Tennessee.. i1
n. 7 .: ,I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest -W.1 1 r vy .
, f Mrs. Rob Deen has returned Roughton Jr., of Gainesville announce Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Holden. 1
;" from Miami- where she' spent a I I the arrival of twin sons, 1 I Have returned from a visit in ,

:, .'a'.. week, visiting with her daugh j born July 4th .at the Alachua i i i Tennessee with, their son in law DANGER...Motorists In Sparks, Nev., like one rule of the town:
:' '; 'r ter,. Miss Sandra Deen. .She was.i County General Hospital. One'I J and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Parking meters are not allowed. Here Vern Baker attempts to .;

,:, ;., I .. accompanied' home, by Sandra r[weighed six and- half. pounds j ,Julian Caudill. feed the one "dangerous beast" in town.

a; ,' who will visit here for several and one five pounds thirteen o' -
., days. '- I Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Zalew-
ounces.
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?/ Mrs. Roughton is the' former.S ski have as their house guests; PERCE STRINGStswrrr
r / r their son rand his family, Mr. I
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< ,I Miss Johnnie Sheffield of, Bun..
;h' Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Weeks
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nell. ''- and Mrs. Richard Zalewski and REMARItABIE YES SHE HASNTTFT THE PASTDEPUTATION
I : :", "and, two children are moving I daughters, Linda and Sharon, ofIndianapolis HOW SHE KEEPS CWWGEy FaR I OF
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I" Hilda Sheffield of St
resided here:and have
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II" Petersburg visited here severaldays FLAGLER.HARDWARE.
{" lived in 'Qcala.. ,.for-the past., two I I I this week; with her: brother Mr, and Mrs. .Clarence Lewisof i

t ,\ 'years. > --. I I and his iamily :Mr.. and Mrs. Central. City, Ky., sp'ent'tl e,1 FOR PERFECT.SERVICE
1- weekend here with i ., peeves THevu.PROVIDEd
Cliff Sheffield. She .Is a' former past visiting ; f E
, ;:: Mrs Isham Johnston left 'during I and .jilyde, E YOU WITH THE
rv .. resident of..Bunnell.. .* ,; Mr. Mrs: Lewis,, Cr seer INBRANNAM'S
thepast weekend for a visit -
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:. ... of two weeks.with Mr.14nd ,Mrs. I I Lt. and :Mrs.,Charles McKnightand \
':/. f Z:'Flury',lrPWesrPalih'Beach. little son arrived here Tuesday
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,' home here. after .a visit in '
t' # AtmHY tANii Donald Brooke, who is with .:n <
tt;: ; Douglas, Ga.v-'--with relatives.. the Agricultural Experiment, .

: r f Station at the University of ,

flJ'. .' .' ., Sgt. *a d't Emil Brown j Florida in Gainesville, was a .' '- .,
\ ... Food Market-:
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; Jiave. returned to their home in : I business visitor here Wednesday. :

1 :j .F' Augusta, Ga., 'af$er a visit heref : ,"..

1/! r the "past 'several weeks with, :I CARD OF THANKS ,
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-1'. Mr, and Mrs.: Clyde Lewis. Sgt I I We wish to thank our many Your Red & White Store

.< Brown:, t tile weekends. b ret.
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t- friends and relatives for their
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wife 119 N. BAY St. Phone ID ?-3496U.
while his ? the h .I ..
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'_ ,-;. PAGE 'SIX' i h :THE .FLAGLER.TRIBUNE: BUNNELE, FLORIDA: \ "":, C '_ Thursday, July.7>..3L960.'-*'
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t; ':& .' Honeybees Swarm :: takes'?:weeks of preparation; and the area; looking<< for _a W-J j,cluster tit a convenient spot to I'_,NOTICE OF APPLICATIONrFOR sv *' *. .r .

; 3r 'I it is> :pature's way of perpetuating -home..' The colony anxiously.watches. take stock of the situation., Oft' 'NOTICE is TAX hereby DEED given:*that A. -

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'.,.Y. .. r>' To .Establish .... ,'feColonies :: ."-.; :a: bee family through colonization -*' ._ the weather. .- en, if 'the old queen's wings_ .tireggickly W. Kahlert certificate the holder has filed of said the certificate following -

....=- .: .', '.- .:,. the National Geographic Good essentiallorswarming ,the insects may choose' for a tax deed to be issued -
weather
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thereon. The number
No .' i Society says. because the old a highly unlikely place. One and year of Issuance certificate; the{ descrlp- '
r w swarm came forest on a speed' tton of the property;' and the
. Queen :Faces Rivals queen has ,not left the hive in ; name in which assessed .Is:'aa follows .
( JLn. late 'spring and summer, I ing motorcycle --. '\' 1 : 'r-
The swarm, normally occurs Her of flight are
r' : years. powers Certificate No. 28. *195&' S, Lot :. .
,,:.. '. the hardworking hoieybeegoes 'when the ,aging :queen wearies uncertain. > Demce, of the .Scouts > t 5. Block .J, Lake Terrace Subdivision. -
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,"" ; on its one',and onlytspree.... .j of her sole Job, the\ laying of I'[; Tension mountS. The bees fill 1 Now scouts ,zip off, in all dt .George. Name Capitaneious.in which'assessed. ,- : '.

, ., Spurred by a mysterious Impulse ;'about" 1,500 eggs 'a day. :Through I their honey sacs for the journey. rections to make the final" decision .County All said of Flagler property State being of'In Flor the

. :'t, ..; the senior; members of 'a.1 instinct, the workers ,feel a I Then,*with a roar born of some ,about the "'hollow' tree, ida.Unless such certificate. or_,...certificates ', -

:'. ;} bee colony and their 'queen vague :dissatisfaction. The queen I unknown signal, tensof thousands I shelter, or empty hive that will shall be redeemed accordingto

" '-.Y, 'break- bonds with home and security .: herself may sense the imminence of .bees spill from the hive I III house the colonists. Returning such law certificate the property or certificates described, will in -

for an impetuous Journey of young, vigorous rivals.J for the great adventure of their scouts perform intricate dances be'the sold-Court to House the highest door on bidder the first at
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. < :. 'into the unknown. They boil I The' hive\ is probably becoming. II lives. atop the swarm to describe Monday in the month-of. August.

; r.i : from the, hive in .,a wildly crowded.- For perhaps a quarter,.pf an their respective finds, the' approximate 1960. A.which D. 1960.is the lat 'day of August -

. ; About a week before the' first hour, the bees abandon ,themselves distances and direct DATED this 6th day of.July A. D.
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loud I I 1960. *
;.: ,i,. : I young queen will' emerge ,from I to aerial acrobatics. Finally : lon The most vigorouS' dancer (Court Seal),RALPH R HARBERT.

" ':.::,: < :' I : her cell, the, bees -decide that 1 .they" settle in a .pendant usually sways the crowd. I I Clerk Flagler Circuit County Court, Florida. '

:' The migration, f ,swarm.all u_ is well for the flight.- Scouts I __ I After' occupying the chosen July 1-U-U.:8-4tc ,_' .
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i} I place, .the bees ,enter a race I II IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF
: I FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA.
: against time to establish and .
IN CHANCERY,NO. 4041 ; :
n THEy :J-fag.fer i I RALPH P. PALMISANO. ._ .
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.- I > teach: stock the new city before winter Plaintiff,.
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-" Builders .
F >I- nurses, temperature Vs. :

rf Continued: from Page 4. I regulators,' brewers, cell 1 ANNA MARIE l ALMISA.Defendant.O., .

J / cleaners, undertakers, guards, NOTICE TO DEFEND
r Mr. and Mrs. Al Hall .of Jacksonville : I I THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO?
water: carriers, and foragers get 'II 'Anna Marie Palmisano .
have been spending I down to frantic"work. The holidays I 93 South :Munn Avenue -
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several days vacation at their Newark New Jersey
: :-. II is over.Meanwhile. ; J IYou I are hereby notified that a
place here on North Central Ave. suit has been filed against you In
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;' J .back at the, :old the above entitled cause and you
r'L.: are hereby required file your answer
I hive the colony also
.., Mr. and Mrs.. John_ Turner and'l depleted with the Clerk of this Court.
.;, ,....... : begins 'life anew. The remaining and to serve a copy thereof upon
"1/' son Neal, from Tampa, d werehere j the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
old bees the larger number '
: whose name and address. is:
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:,- .: ..By Thomas. Collins __ several days. .," :I of young workers and the Ray Selden Selden Building .. -

;::= : .: .WHY ,BE BOTHERED$ WHEN :YOU RETIRE?, -' drones wait for the young prin- 800 Main Street
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of
Mrs Agnes Lee Daytona t I Daytona Beach Floridanot
;=t ttY ,husband has sold his Ing 65 to see which, one :can be Beach, spent the day here Sun cisses to leave their royal crad- later than July 21, A.D. 1960.,
-irl business and retired. With damped. J I les. Often the first' one out will If you fail to do so. decree pro
day. t confesso will be entered againstyou
;-:- .the, down payment ,he got from (1) Utility bills Paying phone, temperamentally lead a second for the relief demanded in the
the the down and fuel bills bill of complaint. The nature of
business made light every
:. we gas swarm. But it is nature's more :
Ij" said suit being for divorce.
f payment on a $20,000 home and month is one of the' curses of Charles NorthHp from Titus- normal that;the first I WITNESS my hand and.seal of
queen
-' ':: 'are now carrying an $8,000 mortgage ma dnd.. Paying real estate taxes Ville visited here Friday andSaturday way said Court this 16th day, of June
.. is fun either. A rented apart. to-emerge breaks into the other A. D. 1960.Official .
: no with Judson Stryker Seal
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a "We also own a cottage in.FlorIda ment in which utilities are included royal cells and.stings1ter: rivalsto I RALPH E. HARBERT
1i' 11( in the rent .eliminates this death. Clerk of said Circuit Court
that for
bought $12.000.'We
: we I'
: i Mr. and Mrs, Robert Read, Sr., June 23.30 & July 1-U-4tc
i '; still have a $6,000 mortgage batch of bills. ,-- -
of Gainesville, Mr.' and Mrs:
Ie% on it.'We rent this cottage out for (2) An automobile for the retired FREE PAINT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF -
I FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA,
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' :4't $100 a month and use this $100 to couple in a .city.where: ',cabs Robert Read,_'Jr., from Starke IN CHANCERY NO 4034 .

... pay: 'taxes, insurance and mortgage -- can be called and automobiles can. spent several' days. here at their. I J One'extra gallon of your choice GEORGE W. LENT, JR., I

: : payments on the cottage be rented is a'bother. There are place. ', I with each gallon you buy' Plaintiff. .

.::': : "We figure' that our$20,000 home gas and oil, grease jobs and repairs -. i Mary Carter Paint Store CLARA. MAE vs.LENT, .. i

a':-- .. is costing us $125 a month plus license tags and city stick Visiting"with Mr. and Mrs. II Defendant
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r. $300 a year in taxes and' .insurance ers, liability and other insurance, Also Weieif Shopping Outer NOTICE TO DEFEND
;;,. Ray "Lehr for ,several days in 4IIX TilE STATE OF l *. Our annuities take care. of and fiat tires. Is this what retire- i COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Clara Mae Lent '
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: this. ment was meant for? their daughter. Mrs. Suzanne JN, AND FOR FfcAGLKIl COUN Hampton R. D. No.:1 > '. I
i'M Baldwin with =her: daughter TY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. Hampton. New Jersey t
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., husband
thinking wet
\ ) not'.for
Credit is retirement.
(3)
, a" I CASE NO. 576. You are hereby notlfled..that a
should have some investmentproperty It Is dangerous to be In debt on I Eleanor, from Orlando.Mr. .' IN. R1:. Estate of suit' has been_fifcd .against.you in
took part of the money a pension. Apart from this, it is ANNA SAFARIK. deceased.. I the above; entitled 'c "ennd you
NOTICE OF PROBATE are hereby required to file your answer -
-,; from.the sale of his business and much simpler to pay for what you : and Mrs. J. W.. Robinson, TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTEDIN I with the Clerk of this Court

. .K bought ;a piece of real estate In buy and be done with it than to be Sr., left Tuesday for their Chi- THE ESTATE OF SAID DE- 'I and to serve a copy thereof upon I
:r:: Arizona.. He thought we should not CEDENT I the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
mailing somebody a check the YOU 'ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat whose '
cago home after spending two name and address is:
I r'; have a third mortgage on our instrument purporting
first, of ,every month. a written Ray Selden
: weeks in their home here. They Last Will and Testa- : ,
=- hands so he borrowed $6,000 from to be the Selden ;Building : .
(4) This one is for the women. : ment of said decedent has been admitted 800 Main ",
., the bank to enable him to buy the are the parents of J. W. Robinson Street
this Court.
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t. probate
to Daytona Beach. Florida
< It's about,dust. And dust, as any '
w .,: Arizona property: outright. We are Jr. You' are hereby commanded withinsix not later than July 14th A.D. ISgO.
j .: paying off this loan at $75 a month woman 60 years old knows falls calendar months from the date If you fail to do so decree pro
_; on the just and, the unjust alike. 1 I i of the first publication of this notice I confesso will be entered against
and hope to rent out the Arizona retirement .. Stoppingover recently with to appear in this Court and j you for the relief demanded the
Why spend dusting
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;:. yx' property for $150 'a' month .," your chow cause if any you cam why I I bill of complaint. The nature of
; i' ? Clear'out the dust catchers. their aunt, Mrs J. W Robinson, the action of this Court in admitting i'said suit being for divorce. .
This letter wh ch makes
you should
Replace the carpets with floor tile. Jr., were Lillian Biggerstaff and said Will to probate WITNESS my hand and seal: of
tired even to read it, is typical of not stand unrevoked.
# : I said Court this 8th day of JuneA.
8f. : the financial knot, many people And start replacing your ward- her brother; Harvey, and Mrs. Sf DUANE A. EEN.. D. 1960.Official .
County
robe with wash-and-wear County Judge Flagler ,
F;',',<' -:... insist on tying around.themselves clothing. Wayne Duncan, all from Char- First publication' on July 7, 1960. {I ( Seal)
RALPH. HARBERT s _
.w. ": when they: retire. Not many people (5) And finally, is eating really lotte, N. C. July 7.14.21.28-4tc Clerk of said Circuit Court

.;.. ::. get themselves involved with worth all this trouble? Paper IN THE COUNTY JUDGFT! COURTIN I June 16-23-30 & July 7-4 to
but of plates aren't' bad after 65. I AND FOR FLAGLER COUN- '
.". three loans, many them I NTiiE CIRCUIT iiTO'F
Mrs. L. A.: of
Mayres'and son PROBATE.
IN .
TY FLORIDA.
Canned and frozen foods '
(\):'Zi,. seem never to.realize that one of aren'teither. I CASE NO. 576 FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA.
. 'i, r'. the great rewards retirement And 'a dishwasher"along I Seville were here opening their IN, RE: Estate of IN CHANCERY NO. 4033. .. ,,

:" : .. is. to be. rid of all such fiddle- with an automatic, : that hme.n. Friday.Mr. ANNA SAFARIK.CREDITORS deceased.- ROBERT ,ZWECK Plaintiff.
.. will of trash NOTICE TO
addle.i" dispose your wouldn't. of
<; All creditors of the estate ,vs. -
;; Here.are'five,of the major nuisances cost too much. and Mrs. Harry Kuleski ANNA SAFARIK. deceased are :MILDRED SALLY 55WECK.
file
hereby notified and required to
; '; of life In retirement, and For n e.py .' the yew G..4.a Tears Defendant.
b..klet tor Thomas Ccllins. .end S3 and sons have goneto Cassadegoto any claims or demands which they NOTICE TO DEFEND
while few people can escape them cent In.coin (BO tamps) t* Dept."NWNS" visit her Mf. and may have against said estate in THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
E' : Box 1672. Grand Central parents, the office of the County Judge of Mildred Sally Zweck
:;-7' *111trbehooves_ any person reach- StatUn..New York It, N., Y. Mrs. Reid Williams. Flagler County Florida, in the 144 Greenich Street
Courthouse at Bunnell. Florida Roosevelt. L. I.. New York
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within eight calendar months from You are hereby notified that '
a
the date of the first publication of suit has been filed against In
this.notice. Each claim or demand you
and must state I I the amove entitled cause; and you
must be in writing
are
hereby
; the place of residence and post required to tile your tm-
: 1. Select Your office bddress- of the claimant and wer with the Clerk of this Court.
: must be sworn to by the claimant I' and the plaintiff to.ff.1 6 a copy thereof upon
or plaintiffs attorney,
'' : his agent, or his attorney or it whose
law. name and address Is:
will become void according' to

rii .;EciMonical aid 'lepoidable'. Gas EquipmentAt / July.Executrix SAntoinette 1. :1960. of the Slovak Estate of East P.O.Samuel Box Palatka V.471 Holch, Florida.

: ." .. Anna Safarik. not later than July 14th ,1..D. 1960.
: '. "" First publication on: July 7. 1960. Jr you fail to do so, decree pro
-- July'l-U-22-U-Uc confesso will be entered against
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.I' f J the relief d the
t bill
S '. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH r.complaint, The tnature of
r i ;' t' I JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT .or aid suit being for ,J1vor'e.
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR FLAGLER WITNESS my hand '\n COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO. .4MT said Court this 8th day of June
IN RE: ADOPTION BY A.. D. 1960.Official .
PAT R. WELCH andJOSEPHINE ( Seal) ,
:FLAGLERHARDWA'RE S. WELCH. RALPK. HARBERT
Petitioners. Clerk ot aid Circuit 'ourt
NOTICE OF 4.DOPTION PETITION FOR June 16-23.30 & July 1-4ct .

TO; ROSELLA LANHAM

And Get, A Summer Bargain ''. .t 400 Kokomo West Monroe Indiana

.' S .. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED I -ml1l' 3JTllqIll'r OFribintrBUHTTBLL
I al thata petition has been filed In the
: above styled Court, by Pat R.

; '\: :Free LNI _*f.'L. P. lis Tank and fits Appliances Welch husband Pat Roy and and Lanham.wife.Josephine for Jr.the,S.a adoptionof Welch.minor FLORIDA


z= t' (Not Including Plumbing or Electrical Work) ....." and by the Josephine petitioners S. Welch Pat R.husbandand Welch MRS. !t. B. FULLER. Editor ,

:wife and you are required to
serve a copy of your answer or DefffMte4
Oflelal Pablleattoafar
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objections to show cause why'saidpetition
i.orrLE should not be granted. on Public JTotlre .f Flakier
GAS the attorneys for petitioners KIn.
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Attorneys at County, MQBteipaUtle therein
.Great's ,.' eeL Vincent & P
..75. Net for '6 Cylinders an :>. Fiel I Gas... ServiceWill LAW.Daytona 27 Beach.South Florida Atlantic, and Avenue file and the State .f Florida

Over Per Year -., '".<", the original In the office of the !
S -. Install Maintain: '' Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
v. 966, >er. 12 Cylinders or: Over': .. .: AppliancesSold before the 1st day. of August...A. D., Entered s* second CM matter

>.,,* Per Year .. : 4'. >' By 1960., HEREIN FAIL NOT,or a decree, February 0.1013.at the pMtefieet

pro confesso will be entered BoMell Ft.rida.'sadera pet..f
F. '
96J&.f** 25 or: Over \
Per Year Cyliadere c' -= F!aller Narwarer t against tVITNESS'you hand and -seal of March a; 1876. ;)%- : :. -

: said Court in Bunnell. Florida this :
L- 1st day of.July. A.D... 1960. ,..
(Seal.)' RALPH E. HARBERT On*_Tea._ 42&Ieslx "t'

: 'Clerk of Circuit.tCourt t'5": :.month*... .,,,-Jktb '
By Shirley Hoderea Deputy Clerk .
__ July 7.1j-21-28--4tc '-"' -8 _' ,,,-U-- .

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rr' Rural l j:i=-serving- --;;: this' region, T the;,::agencyj; TheSmall Business Adminis- ]I r' Whales InSchoolschool with the. Importance- !' of keepingphysically

Development"Enhanced nearly-$90,000",000 .1 started operations IDi for the rigorousstudies .
: I I has loaned ,to tration ] fiat :
t small ,firms in towns and rural 1953 with a mandate from Con I : may be' out all across that'lie,,ahead:(-

By I/oans( !l communities all around the I gress to help small firms maintain ', the country but it's ,just begun At the start, ,joL class, ,either
their place In today's highly at Marineland for" Moby and
Small Businesses !t country. II I Moby or Toby (they attend split
To : whales.
I Between July 1939, and April,, competitive! economy Toby, 'the two pilot sessions) visits the school 'doc

Main: Street,- U.SI'A.:, is .get. of this year, a total- cf ,,$2,627. SBA loans average about $45- I Last month, after nearly a tor" for a checkup.} '.'Spe k1rig"
tlrlg a big boost from the work 500 worth of credit has, been ,000 each, With an average six- year ,of preparation, including through his blowhole he gives

ofa government agency. : whose made available to businessmen l'''year' maturity and an interest cramming (40 pounds of squid' a rasping report"of his symp-
Job ft is to help small business serving .mainly rural areas in rate of 5% per cent. Local banks, per day each) for their entrance toms.

,< men. !I this region, which includes Flor.. j jI many of them in towns and exams, the ponderous potheadswere Then, after opening his mouth

According to figures released Ida, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee small cities, participate la about,I deemed ready for enrollment wide to Inspection of

I 'this week by James F.. Hoilings-- I I.l' Mississippi, Puerto fcico and two-thirds of these loans. I in an advanced coursee- on his tonsils permit, he an rolls over onto

\ worth, director: of the U.S. Small I the Virgin Islands; Mr. Hollings Just about every type of business 'I whaleantics at Marineland's" Fin his .back, exposing his chest to

Business Administration's office worth reportedin from abbatoirs, to zinc and Flipper University. the stethoscope'and
wi ... "doctor's" "
t i 1 -- -_I:wire manufacturers' havfe' benefited .Now, the whales are attending extending his flipper to have his
i from the agency's: credit, .regular sessions in the Stadium
AMERICANA Community LifeIowa's pulse taken. '
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r program. classroom along with their upperclassmen '
In the Interest: of good hygene,
: Amana Society .; :Hollingsworth emphasized cousins, the r"edu, .the whale submits-.. to havinghis
o. that his agency does not compete cated" porpoises. I teeth brushed with a special

i with local bankers. In two- During brief recesses' in the.whale-sized brush j he rinses his
of-the cases the SBA loanor Porpoise School the freshmen .
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tthirds i I mouth, gargles, and, in his delight -
.t i guarantee prompted a local whales are.called on: 'to ,recite, at being pronounced in tip
'I banker to extend credit also their lessons=-which at this I top condition, exuberantly waves

s 1 Besides' helping individuali early stage have to do mainly his flukes to one and All. "
i i businessmen, the agency has' a
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I whole arsenal of other programs and learn of new research= de cr .'
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that can boost the. economy of velopments.. \

:' __ towns serving 'farming areas. One can obtain more Information :- THE OU1 BOARDER

Recently inaugurated a program on the work of the Small Authorized "Evinrude Dealer
to aid'local small business '
Business Administration by writing BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS

+ investment' companies. The. Mr. Hollingsworth's office, Dockage Storage Free Ramp
J s y SBA licenses, finances and regu.. 90 Fairlee WE FINANCE
Street, N. W., Atlanta, .
lates these' privately owned companies I i Georgia. 825 Ballouch Rd-Daytona
t which extend credit. to I w .._-._ --: __ -

( small The firms.agency also ,helps state

and local development com- r 4 : CRAIG 'FUNERAL ROMEr

J T5i panies finance plants in the 5
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Corn husking- social occasion A long list of educational and JOHN HARDIN, Associate .

The year 1960 marks the one-hundredth anniversary year in which "technical" services back up the I .. :
I the name "Amana' first appeared in a published document in Iowa. credit side of SBA's operation.For AIR LADY OXYGEN
Today, it ,is a"name world-famous for quality and craftsmanship in example, SBA will .assist CONDITIONED I' I -: EQUIPPED
: the manufacture of appliances.A'century ago. the name had meaning 'community leaders In deciding I : CHAPEL. 'ATTENDANTAMBULANCES

jnly to a small 'group of religious ,refugees from Europe seeking whether local business can expand. -,I
through hard work and tearing God to carve out a home along the -s -:' \
I Iowa River. 1 I They'll help small firms J Phone' ", ID 7-3532

The name Amana is a Biblical 1842. and signed a treaty with qualify for government con I "'201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL."FLORIDA' :
tracts, improve-their operations, ... ;.
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one, chosen by the colonies' the Seneca Indians, buying 5.000 .
the determination of the Seneca reservationnear
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F means "remaln'true'-and it was built on the New York State '
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Constitution and By-Laws of .the of the Niagara River.' Membershipof ,; ; : : t .,I ,; ,
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Amana Society signed by all adult the colonies reached 800. per : ..... : .
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The origin of the Amana, colonies in this country) moved west to find -- .\ : ;.;I' ., ;
t lies-in Germany's Rhineland and cheap, farmable land' on whic1: \' f 3': tQ '
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1700s. The movement for simplicity After searching through Kansas q, ;
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the German federation. Persecution about 20 miles west of Iowa City, \ ) t fI., ,'r 1'I .
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movement into close bonds and The society purchased 18.000 acres ; '. ; .
t. ;hey.acquired the habit of mutual of the tract in 1854 and later acquired -- .... ,-.. "
,' support which persists today in 7.000 more. Within 1C ,
the Amana colonies in Iowa. years, all the members moved tc .
r'K iown then as "Inspiration- Iowa from New York and the '.. ,':.,
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:. ,.' ; .PAGE .-EIGHtt .THE- FLAGLER"" TRIBUNE, .BUNNELL, FLORIDA ;r ; .: Thursday.. July .J, 1960-..

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" : ,Effi ienc j:J inefficiency or by trying-"to dam Waterelon Rind J ons thinnly sliced,;, and''if desired t of rind add 1 tablespoon limeto
iReducing seal off the human =I 2 of
up and Desire '- small' pieces gingerroot 1 quart of water'Freshen in ,
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-, to Solve to, progress and, make, ,life Preserves :.1 : Boil the lemon, for 5 min.utes clear water for JL Ito 2" hours, t
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- '. better. : to make a :;yrup'Add the drain well, and boil rapidly for

.. Watermelons are plentiful 1 watermelon and lemon and the 15 minutes in a'. ginger tea \
Riddle Hardin emphasized that.
Farm Surplus Dr.
: fine water in which it was"cooked. made of
now, and the rinds by dissolving 1 ounce
;: development of American "a most distressing 'sign, of'our I preserves. Here are two recipes" Continue to boil, stirring con. ginger In 1 quart ,of water.
time the apparent'willingness
z' ,. agriculture is a .success 'story of is people to discount you might, like to $ry. -' (stantly until the syrup is thick, Drain and put into warm syrup \
a great many
.'.' anywhere else in the. i and the melon is clear. Pack at made by using equal parts of

world.unequaled Some people seem to the importance" of ,Arned- i Select thick watermelon' rind Ii;' once Into 'hot sterile jars. Cover water and sugar. Boll for 1% ,
can agriculture. He added that ,from 1 small melon JOT % rind
with
think it 'Is too much of a suc hot syrup 'and seal. hours or until transparent.: Let
"It' is willingness born of ig- I
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large one.
of GINGER WATERMELON stand overnight, having rind
cess story, since surpluses about the complexity; of,. skin fi
norance i Trim off the outer green
v RIND PRESERVES
covered with which when
farm products are piling syrup I
some
... agricultural production ,and in i and the' pink flesh, using only
would cut Carefully remove all green boiling tests 220 degrees. Ar
Some even down
up. the mistaken notion that the .
. on research, which has. made I the greenisli white part. Cut in !and red portions of the rind range in jars, cover with syrup,

,' and is making posSible :,tremendous relative importance of agriculture 1 to.or. 1-inch cubes. For the and, cut into small squares- or fasten tops and process 11- \
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advancements in agricultural .to our economy can prepared ;rind prepare 2 quarts fancy shapes. Soak, for, 3 hoursin ounce jars for 15 minutes {n
be measured by the, number of
of lime water containing 2 '
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: production. lime water; for each pound water bath..IMSIlE I
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onthe *
people who remain tablespoons of lime (calcium -

However, the problem 'of, agri-' farm." % :* oxide). Let the melon stand in ,
culture will never .be' .solved' 'r lime 1 hour to "
the water for
Such a mistaken notion, if -Sts Insured & lest Assured
J. through less efficiency. Slowing make it crisp. Drain and place Y
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to become too widespread
down ,of research in''agricultUre' permitted In the in clear water lor 1 hour. Drain : : ", ;':, x ;;f'
result "
could deVelopment
.-' .would be most unwise. Pro'1 again and boll for 1% hours inj GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM" ,
of ruinousfarmprices ._ .
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education- and research .
grams of fresh water, 'Drain again. To -
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simply cannot I

or' stopped for a while and then I conditions, which: in turn could the one prepared small melon watermelon; allow 4,rind quartsof of H. T. COOK AGENCY ,

, ,If turn off, drive so many people out of
begun again. you
2 lem- .
farming that '.the end result watercupsof_ / 'sugar, .1
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the fountain ,
, spigot uP, Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida
. would be scarcities instead of. ,
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Dr. Claude M. ,Hardin, president
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, CHILE IS A LONG COUNTRY I
of the American Associa J surpluses: unduly high prices -

tion of Landgrant Colleges and for.food and fiber instead of the Chile, recently rocked by I f" ....."........ .......--.",.",. "'''.D''''...,........,;..........."'. ...................!....."'..

.';'',. .. ,', Universities, recently said:. '='I more than reasonable' ones, earthquakes, measures. '2,650 FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR' NIGHT

.' :: -, do not believe jour combined which now prevail ,miles long but has an average I

.r agricultural research and education Efficiency of ,agricultural production width of, only 110 miles Larger

.t program is the basic ,cause must be contiuously than Nevada, .Utah, and Idaho. AMBULANCE .

:of our surplus problem. .I, ;aminclined improved. It benefits the. ,consumer combined, Chile covers 286,000 PHONE Alley 4-1625 I
,: as much as it does the SERVIGE
to believe the problem square miles.. .Islands accountfor ST. AUGUSTINE..FLORIDA
<;; arises essentially through'the: 'producer, since 'Unmakes it possible a sixth of its area. The frustration .

.. nature of the farm enterprise' it tor the producer to sell at of 'lovers, most of 1 Never be hesitant about calling a Garda Amb'11a ce._ We

t self.. do not believe that America much more reasonable prices service:" and
,, I Chile faces the Pacific with are always at your with promptness safety
than he .could otherwise do and I II
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will solve
; ever any problem steep clifs unbroken by sloping
;: : by deliberately promoting still remain in business. I shores or curving bays. For hun- experience.: .

.:..T) I red of miles in the north, the 5 Equipped With Oxygen R'esusitator and Inhalator
Jp Sweet should not be '
1 corn con-
sea wall 'often rises to 3,000 'feet.
'. WORLD. OUTDOORS- fused with' green corn, which is I Garcia Funeral Home I

..7.; a field type usually harvested
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f ar tee unrxrrrs at ,an immature stage. Sweet 'There are about 2,000,000 acres P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director I

corn husks have small darn of cultivated pastureland. in LADY ASSISTANT .

( green flags at'.;the.. 'tassel-end.: Florida. ,.--,- ..." -:, .. _""""""-t/f.fIf."tl"' .. _..........tat/f....t/f."'.. ....."..-"....-"........fIf....J". ...W".......'"-... .'"...

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_} better education program." See the Chevy Mystery"Show In color Sundays'NBCTV.Year's .
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7 is-we need io evaluate our whole ,: ""
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at aRecord
educational program.". Law en ., -

forcement officers will say, "Sure &
is-half the people who drive auto Breaking-

r mobiles do not know half as much, .> "U
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as they should about,traffic laws .

r "''' and But regulations., the 'remark" above was:,' .. 'c : : : / : !

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that be was,talking about had ,to .. .
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do with the.correct'use and proper .
handling his company's products .- '
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The problem, as' this sees ,. ,
man ....,., -': ........ .... "
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it,Is that it's much too easy for ,!" ,.. s :.;$ '
people to say that' all we need to { .
do is "pass a law' to prevent fire ,

arms accidents,This, of course,- isy': : ,\ '
r not true, and those who favor a *" 'g'.:. ,: ,
law outlawing the private ownership
and use of firearms know it

.; as well :as any sportsman. The.
need 'is for'.an educational program ,. -
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this need is>being-realized.K .-,:: -:'.. This it the gracious- Impala o:Sedan t \ -

must be agreed that there ;' ,_'>:: ". .'
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abuses are often of the notable right examples to ,own and of '! ,- ':More ,people are buying Chevrolets (including means the buying's better than ever for you right now. .

bear firearms. Gangsters robbers, Corvairs) than ever before-and, Chevrolet's popularSo drop in for a chat with your dealer while the

,and Inrte Irrational '"average- ..' .': itt leadership. is reaching new, all-time highs! That choice iswidand the time is right!
ctiizens": use' 'earms to commit .. .. .
rimeS. Bat, they also use automobiles -

.,_ baseball, halves bats and and;hundreds sometimes of '}:3' : C'HEVY'S BEST SELLERS .. .

other tools 'not ordinarily considered ,, CO'RVAIR :i.

outlaw "weap automobiles.B5.'* But, or, we baseball can't OF THE.. YEAR! -

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think that we can Doll w firearms.
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C' For this twenty million, the '\... .'- i..
'''f :- competition for Motor Trend magazine's ..:
need is for an educational ,
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t to teach new gun owners ':2.: x. : -- .. :>:: you're
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how to ;use' their guns safely. ; '-A'-..'. 'f teafiy driTCB a Cerrair-.experienced its silken s.
=" :Many sat.. have recently.adopted ,..' ,: ride, )Kgbt' steering, txabhold; -and-go traction

,' such ,tr tete*" programs. >".:';;....as.. -:yoa eaa't imagine MMma v .
heck really is to ,
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