The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: July 14, 1960
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00186
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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4-H Club 'Group Billy Deen to SpeakAt J Local FF A Boys I Businessmen "

Leaves Monday Methodist, ::Church JI JJ J Y To Attend CampMike Group Completes '

Billy Deen, son of :Mr. and I Cook, Robbie Tucker, -

For Cherryl.ake I Mrs.. W. W. Deen ,of Bunnell, and Flynn Edmonson of the Year
will be guest speaker at the I 1 I Bunnell Future Farmers Chapter OperationThe j

Flagler County 4-H Club I boysand Sunday morning worship service II I will attend the 26th Annual Bunnell Businessmen'sAssociation
at the Bunnell Methodist IJ i
Forestry Training Camp at CampO
girls will leave Monday : rounded out a year ,
Church the pastor, Rev. W.. L. '
State Park near High
their annual camping trip at J II of operation Monday: evening ,
Spicer, Jr., said today.
Cherry Lake, near Madison,'with Springs. with hamburger fry and election
Billy is a student: at the University The trio will leave July 17
19 club members attending..The of officers and directors for
Flagler County group of boys I of Florida ir}ln.XJainesville I and return July 23. They will the current year
and has been' active in the
be accompanied to and from wilft
and girls will be camping with Those who serve the as-
club members from Dixie and 1}Methodist there.Asking Church. circles on the I the camp by the FFA advisor, eolation for a year are: O. C. 1

Cilchrist Counties.. campus Jimmy Ward. Shelton, president; Charles E.
They will leave here' at 9 o' The camp is conducted by the Creal, vice president; Leo Baker,
clock Saturday afternoon, July I II Florida Forest Service ,with the secretary '

23. Chaperones from Flagler Bids on II I fy i :)?:; :::nv,.:. cooperation of the State Vocational New directors, two-year term,
County will be County Agent Agriculture Department. Kenneth Hunter, A. M. McDaniel -
Howard Taylor, l\lr..and Mrs. L. New PostofficeAt 4 LOWDOWN TRICK Parking I and Levi Brannam. Hold. _
T W.. McMillan and :- Mrs. Pearl f meter sank:to'the depths at Owners' over directors, oneyearterm, i
Blakely. Memphis, Tenn7; where it was I John A. Clegg, Allen Reynolds, 1I
said' Flagler BeachFlagler Improperly anchored in cement Curtis Gordon Shields.
Mr. Taylor parents are invited Rodgers,
to visit the camp at. any I over soft.earth. Group at Beach I The association during the

time during the week for the Beach Postmaster Rufus I year successfully promoted and
day or overnight. Visitors Day Miller said today he has Meets Tonight carried through several projectsin

t t-, will be observed 'Thursday aft. been advised by the office of Florida Exports j I interest of better business in

; ernoon and evening. J Postmaster General Arthur E. I I There is, a scheduled meeting ]I I Bunnell and Flagler county. The
1'1 Daily class instruction, will include ,i Su{ erfield that the postoffice Gain Last Year j tonight at 7 o'clock of the Flag board of directors had many
;: swimming, crafts and rec department is now asking for t iler Beach Property Owners in )I(sessions to discuss proposed

reation. Mr. Taylor will be In bids to build and lease to the Florida's principal seaports \{I the Pal Parker Realty Building )I projects and also to interview
charge ,of the leather,' craft: In department the new postoffice handled exports worth $262,000- ('in Flagler Beach. All members !S prospects for establishment of
struction. Each cabin will present for: .Flagler Beach. Closing date I 000 and imports valued at $330 are urged to attend, Mrs. Helen J small industries here.

k* a skit for the Thursday evening for the bids is August 8, 1960. 300,000 last year, the Florida Sindelar, secretary for the organization Since under the bylaws of the
program, and a talent pro. 'This proposed new building," I State Chamber of Commerce an said today. organization the directors do
'" gram will be presented on Friday Miller said, "will replace the existing nounced. $ The meeting is being held most of the work of the organization

nightClub .I facilities located at Tenth I The' volume of 'exports came for a conference with the group's it was voted to hold genj .
members who have made and Central Ave., Specificationscall to 4,625,800 tong? and j eral meetings quarterly at which

reservations are: Judy Lewis, for a structure containing from foreign lands: to 5,757, regarding I g 1[time actions of the directors

i Vicky'Klng,- Mickey Ramsey, approximately 2,055 square feet''I tons. Compared with the 1958 .July 21 on the group's attempt may be reviewed and passed
't Dan Cody, Marvin Tucker, Mar. with an outside loading plat. revised,figures, exports last year i ito take the recently annexed I upon by the general member

f tin Tucker, Kenny" Brockett, form and, adequate' space for. showed a 14 per cent gain in I( areas of Flagler Beach out of ship.
k"' 3fargie Lee, Blakely, ,,= parking and truek movement. I volume and dropped 11 per cent I.the: town limits. Also agreed to was motion ,to

f -Anne ,Bourne,.. Tommy: Hanv- Postmaster. .MUk said he1 has ir v lue. Qr\jf were up 12 J The :annexed area, extending invite a few non-members' but
8 Jackie:'McCabe,...Susan McMillan, beenia4vsed! 'Htlwt/tKe' business_ ,personS Ito the .
f : per cent volume ':and-19' percent from.former southatown limits .. general .__ '
f Mike McMillan, .Mary Susan department will enter a, lease j value. I to the' Volusia counter line and meeting. .

E Brannam, Levi Brannam Jr., agreement with- the successful j Tampa, the state's largest port, j Ii north from old limits to the limits I It was agreed by* the group
: Randy Morris, Hope Hatcher, De- I bidder which will run for ten handled 4,499,000 tons in exports of Beverly beach.: that work on the Christmas project

I lores Deen and Tommy Kahlert,, years with two five-year renew. and imports together ,valued at The suit, officers of the association should begin in Septemberand
\ al options. $113,500,000. Jacksonville moved say that the suit has carried through until that
t J Bids should be submitted to 2,459,600 tons worth ,$150,500,000, been filed because it is virtually Ii date. The project last Christmaswas
t Rites Here For I the Real Estate; Officer, W. P. the largest dollar volume of any impossible: in the forseeable fu successful, but the

Selcer, Jr., Room 219 Federal of the state's ports. Port Everglades ture for the town of Flagler members believe the project this
; Mrs. Lota NivenWednesday Building, Jacksonville, Florida, handled 1,222,500 tons at Beach to provide municipal fa I I Christmas can be made bigger ,

I who will supply information in I! $46,800tXX and West Palm Beach cilities., |I and better. "
: regard to bidding forms, bUUd. 740,000 tons at $109,000,000. The suit was filed in Circuit

i. P.M. t ing specifications, lease provisions j Miami's port moved 474,600 Court here last March, but the I Funeral For

'" etc. I![tons worth $117,100,000; Pensa- hearing is scheduled to be held
r Mrs. iota H. Niven of Jack. :Ii cola handled 201,200 tons worth next Thursday, July 21.
t. sonville, daughter Ferrell Wilson
Mrs. Z. G.
i I$32,000,000. Boca Grande (main
Holland, Sr., of I
Bunnell I
I died
ly export) moved 353,500 tons
enroute to ,a hospital Sunday I July"Theme at $3l00,000 and Panama City's Here Sunday '
evening after Funeral HeldSaturday
suffering a hearts volume was 163,600; tons worth
attack at her home there. ,II{ Is Planned I '
$13,800,000. Funeral services will be held
l Mrs. Niven was, born in Bax-'' ; Compared with 1958, last I For at -2 o'clock Sunday afternoonat
t ley, Ga., but, had, resided most For Teen DancePlans year's volume of foreign trade the First Baptist Church for
of her life in the St.
i Section of'Flagler Johns Park for the Teen Dance at varied highly from port to port. Arvid Nilson Mrs. Ferrell Ward Wilson who
-. in County and the Flagler Beach Recreation Panama City showed a 73 per was killed instantly Saturday
Bunnell. She
: .', had lived in' Center next Tuesday will be a gain; Jacksonville 34, per cent; night in an automobile accidentat ,
Jacksonville since 1941. She was "Christmas In July" theme, Mrs. Tampa 14 per cent; Pensacola Graveside funeral services Klngsville, Texas. She is'a
t a member of the Bunnell Methodist Harold Massie said today. 8 per cent and Boca. Grande, I were. held at 11 o'clock Saturday sister of, Mrs. Leona Eisenbach

t Funeral..waS Church. Decorations, favors, and a relatively small in volume, more morning for Arvid Nilson of Bunnell. -
I'f held at 10 o'clock Christmas tree-no less- will be than doubled its activity. Un I who was found dead at his Mrs. Wilson was riding with

J '" Wednesday morning; in the used in the hall. Mrs. Massie favorable international conditions home in the Bimini Section her husband, Joseph -Earl Wilson
Memorial Chapel' of Seashole said _so' many of the teenagerswere cut volumes handled by July 4. Mr. Nilson, who lived who Is stationed with the
f Funeral Parlors In Jacksonville. not''' here for the Christmas southeastern Florida ports. alone, apparently'died of a U.S. Navy In Kingsvllle when
Another service was held at the include heart attack during the night of the .
: Bu Holidays they decided to have, State totals small accident occurred. He received -
r" nell Methodist Church at the Christmas party in JUly-on amounts for other ports not reported July 2.Rev. serious injuries In the accident
'e; 2:30 ,Wednesday' afternoon with Tuesday, ,July 19.' separately and also 18-' William L. Spicer of the and has been flown to
Rev. John Cannon officiating. Chaperones for the occasionwill 000 tons of merchandise held in Bunnell :Methodist Church of- a Navy base hospiatl In Catf-
t'.-;;"'. Interment followed in the Es. be Mrs. Harold Massie and transit All figures are preliminary fiicated at the service which was fornia for special surgery for his
panola Cemetery. Mrs. Philip Kester. The newest 'and refer only to trade held at the Espanola Cemetery.Mr. inJuries.Mrs. .
,': Survivors 'include her; husband of the popular records will be with foreign countries handled Nilson was a native oft' Wilson had lived In Bum
Joseph .L. Niven of Jacksonville and there will be in ships. Sweden and had lived in Flag. nell since childhood
:..: one' played group early and
f.I ; daughter, Mrs singing of Christmas carols. I ler County about 20 years, com was the daughter of the late '
Dave Cowan of Orlando; a son Teen dance held ing here from Penny Farms. He Mr.
ti': The Tuesday FULLER TO SPEAK Mrs. C. W. Ward. She
J. A. McDowell
Orlando; night was attended by 135 tene- was engaged in the farming in. was a teacher by profession.
her mother, Mrs. Z. TO ROTARY CLUB
w'( G. Holland, agers 1 and Mrs. Charles Bondy dustry. He is survived by one Survivors Include here husband
t'", :-;. Sr., of Bunnell; three sisters, and Mrs. Paul Kelly were M. B. Fulle/, resident of Bun lirother Jon Nilson of Eskjo, Earl Wilson; two sisters,

; .-,. Mrs.Cordell Hoke S. Cobb and Mrs Chaperones. nell for 38 years, will be guest Swden j,. Mrs. Leona Eisenbach, Bunnell,
J Robertson
r :{ of Bunnell, speaker at the luncheon meetIng and :Mrs. Evelyn Sommers of
; and Mrs
"":1l' George Geibert of ALASKA OILS PBOSPpCTOSS; the Rotary Club today. ,"STREET DENTISTS" Fallen Nevada; one brother H.
'Jacksonville OF
; ; two brothers, Z: Mr. Fuller's topic will be E. Ward of Cupertino, Calif.
7 : I Dean Holland and Z. G. Hoi Oil today lures more prospectors Flagler County in 'the EarlYears" Phnom Penh, the capital of The body will rest at ':-the
Ji--. land, Jr., of; Bunnell. to Alaska than gold. Neither This is the first of Cambodia
; a contains a "Street of church from 12:30 Sunday:\alt.
t = Also surviving are five grandchildren subaef cold: nor the seemingly series of programs ,designed to I the Dentists." Sidewalk doctors I ernoon until the funeral ,hour.

'r s .and several nekes and endless night. oC Alaskan wing better 'acquaInt Rotary memberswith display their; wares-gold teeth, Interment will be In the family
nap- ters halts exploration and drill' our county, past* present t, incisors with heart-shaped In lot In the Adamsvllle Cemelery

t':,. PaHbeareK, were R. w. Deen f In<<. Canotr' 'crews thaw and future. I lays, dentures In red, green, or 'at Colmean, Florida. J *
Jr., ,A. B.: fefeftttea' *
the rock-feawM81 : _aeamheaee.
/ blade. They pull teeth and fit Craig Funeral Home pf 'Bun
I A A.M.:, McDaniol.,. Clyde Lewis. ,,I sow**!:LJ" eama* re- Florida's sugarcane crop in I gold replacements before_<-adMiring nell.In-charge; of local ar

.",'aM" ,-L..,.M.',' ;>Wfcttaker.' .-. I eve sup iei.:1 ',l eoptec:,. '; 1959' was"valued at* $13. 75,089.- audiences. ;. <.," 1 rangements- ,->: ,.. ""_-. .

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.; PAGE TWO v},> THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA :. Thursday, July 141:196.0
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$;;' OLDEST UNIVERSITY : the Florida East Coast RaUwaY.1 I I sponsored along-'with 'other marking of the counfr of.origin

t ,: Heidelberg, which'Is 'tucked Both the Senate and' House I members of the house have I'r of imported articles repackagedin .
It\: in the,Odenwald,hills beside the have approved my H.R. 8226 to I i i passed the House and await:: the United States. ', ,

;'ref/4 Neckar River, beasts Germany's' add certain lands to the Castillo I i Senate action. These.include: my I Not so well along 1 my Freedom

& ?\ oldest university, .founded in YA4. de San Marco at St. Augus !I bill, H.R. 2401 which, as H.R. Academy bill, H.R. 3880,
,.of', 1386. The city gained world tine and it awaits. the Presi I10 I i passed the House and has i on which no action has been,
<, : fame as a mecca for artists and dent's signature. !I!been reported by the Senate taken in the House. However,

( '' writers in the:,19th century. I Finance Committee.' It providesfor I the Senate Judiciary Committeehas
Also both housesis
passed by by
Twain called it "the last I encouragement under the
,,"t .Mark reported out an identical
the ofSt.
.:/,,.:' possibility of the beautiful." t .one Augustine which allows to use for City school I tax laws, for the establishment I I bill sponsored by Senator Douglas .
I;of voluntary pension plans by of4 Illinois'and Mundt pf
purposes land of the Anastasia j
I self-employed persons. ';South Dakota.
Iti Island Lighthouse property, previously -
i conveyed to the city 'for I Both houses have approved The record shows some setbacks -
: CLASSIFIED park purposes. I slightly different versions of iny too, I'm sorry'. "to jeporjf.

.S. (Syd) Herlong I A number of other bills which H.R. 5O54, which requires the I (Continued on page 7)4

::: :T;:: =1. Fifth District '

: ; .' and for Congress the only political in a recess relatively conven-until 1 I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY r I

amount of unfinished I I f

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::; : :: record.missed three days of Service Station. Building WICKLINE Supplies Tilecraft US FLOOR Company"LET YOU" -.,

sessions in that STANDARD OIL PRODUCTSTiresBatteriesMinor CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS I I I Armstrong & Kentile -
the second session which STEEL .. Sold and Installed .
f: closed. Those three Repairs I I All Work 'Guaranteed -
Flagler Beach HE 9.2254
Bunnell ID 7.7119 II Ormond
I ,on official leave from Beach OR 7-318J

: to go home to vote and I! '
I Lt. Gen. E. C. Itschner,

army engineers, on flood Ormond Bedding and
Furniture Co.
in our district. For ,
; : days an agreement 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days I EVERY CLEANING Substantial Discounts on AllBEDSSOFASFURNITVIIE
: t i SERVICEOpen I I ,
reached that there State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 $10 Tradein Covers Down Payment
Daily S to 6
no roll-call votes, but 1 I R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner
: got into a parliamen Colonial Service StationEARL I CLOSED Phone THURSDAY ID 7-3188 NOON 69 Granada, Ormond Beh. OR 7-6411

and the agreement E. RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell GARDEN SHOPGray's
: the board, with the re
; I missed 21 roll calls, MOTOR TUNE-UP CONCRETE PRODUCTS Garden Center
: Headquarters for Gardening Need
calls. Fortu-
: Ceramics, Gifts Dry Arrangement
:: : these roll-calls were in-, u.s. HIW AY' 1 BUNNELL Your "Q" For" ConcreteDial Materials
ones,. brought on by Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers
: maneuvering and In. GET YOUR GOBOYand CL 3-8113 TORO LAWN MOWERS -

; such momentous mat make Carts with McCullock, DAYTONA BEACH 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051

whether the journal West Bend, or Clinton Engines. ORMOND

; : ; n4 approved as read. Tires and Cart accessories at Quillian's Concrete, Inc. HARDWARE

; wasn't possible for me CORBETTS SUNOCO; SERVICE
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Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.
= : two places at the same STATION: DRUG STORES JOHN DEERE '
I : : I it was most important Bunnell Tel. ID 7-7123 Agricultural Industrial Equipment

in the District to vote Hallos Atlantic StationJack Anderson Drug Store STEEL
I Bars & Shapes Hot & Cold Polled
be with Gen. Itschner
Black&Galvanized Pipe & Fittings
: : of his staff when, Hall, Proprietor Prescriptions LAWN MOWER REPAIRS

with people of our Dis GASOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccessories;. ,-..:;.-;- Sick Sundries Room- Supplies DEEN RD, .. Phone 1** :73148
: flood damage .and dis'!
.BUNNELL TeL ID 7-3652
; I of the bills I introduced Exclusively at

: : session are now public Sullivan's Gulf Service Moody's PharmacyFlagler FLAGLER'BEACHHARDWARE
County's Comer Drug Store a
others are well ad-
< : along the legislative GULF PRESCRIPTIONS

!: ; law is H.R. 6368, which "Specializing'Beach. Information in Service and FOUNTAIN SERVICE Village Hardware Center
: stone free Clean Rest Rooms"In BunnelL Fla. Phone ID 7.3661 HOUSE PAINTS
;; : on the The Heart of Flagter Beach
Pumice is used in Match and mix any color
I".A.; in Florida. AUTO REPAIRSShield's ORMOND PRESCRIPTION Builder's Supplies Kitchenware

: passed both_ Houses and PHARMACYSick GIFTS GREETING CARDS.
; : : by the President is my Service.Station. Room Supplies Sundries AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420

: : 9818, to provide for the Arcadius BTabel. Mechanic 24>Hour Prescription Service
of approximately 500 Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt.
Right Now We'll Overhaul and .
AlA 1 ml. North of
the state for a prison ,
Repair Your Power Mower BEACH-Tel. OR 1..1861
: Sumter County by the No Job Too Big Or Too Small Jeweler
of Agriculture., 111 No. Bay St. Bunnell Thompson Pharmacy Elgin Watches-Diamonds '

I of my bills enacted EDGAR'S GARAGE Your. Health Is Wealth Exceptional Gifts -,
helps pave the way for Put YourPBESCRIPTIONS Watch
Repairs-Engraving .
;; of the receivership of 24-Hour Towing Service 46
W. Granada OrmoMd Death
Automatic Transmission Service Ormond Drugs Jb Prescription Shop .
Wheel Balancing-Front End 141 W. Granada-Ormond 7-1421 PAINTING CONTRACTOR' :" .y
; 1 240 Granada Ormond-OR 7.0883


1FY'.H HILL Swim. Suits for PAINTING r, :

All the Family Phone ID 7-3240 .

: RepairingRebuilding NotionSSouvenirsGILL BUNNELL, FLORIDA
; Central AUTOMATIC Florida'TRANSMISSIONS first speelalUts In I

OR 7-1381 tl
: ,Atenna Sales & Installations

FLAGLER BEACH Sick Room Supplies Sundries Authorized Sales RCA Victor

:? I HOTEL BAR 19 W. Granada Ave. Ormouil Beach We repair all other TV OR 7-523O
: ;; "The Meeting Place) 1370 Ocean Blvd AlA
County" Ormond Beach OR 7-2852
i of Flagler FLORISTS
I -Jim gad Yvonne Serving" NURSERY

: ( BAMBOO Blacks Flower Shop -
: BAR & COCKTAIL 2 blocks west of Railroad on Wagon Wheel Nursery
LOUNGE Shade Trees. Potted Plant
: : / ; Moody, turn right on Forsythe
Open Under Hew Ms&ageiaeBt Shrubs \
: Flowers for All Occasions 1.000 plants tree; one Wllh wy ;
Come In and Get Acquainted dollar you apend. Thousand *f
Bunnell Phone ID 7-3348 rarities at reduced price. nee In t
Ocecm Blvd AlA Flogl Beeeh : town. ;
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;, COVER ,.' .. HOME elM .OOMWUfT: Btttvtry in the County on Air Ba & Steamship. neteeU t
I I -- ., .fc.*r 14?:.... PHONE ID 7-3551 'Pd. Oli; Kerosene, Tractor Feel. Domestic Tour and Airline Crul.e Ticket.-World Always Wide ;- !' '.1-

: I : i, ,(* -s..... ...... 'Cr ty"Tl LeI' Gasoline -' Av&iiable at no Extra Charge :; ,'':
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"J'} 'Jf &a4 ter: church school 9:30. Youn Hall hi Daytona Beach con Aubrey Spivey, manager of. _
gler children are invited to join us:ducted the service of the First the Flagler Beach Little League-
.( ." 11.r: they are not enrolled. elsewhere Baptist Church Sunday. He was i ball team has arranged for a'
f.- ,, .:. ; : 0 LUNA BABBITT I accompanied here by.his wife. game with San :Mateo to' be-
..."...'. ..'t.Telephone. HEmlock .9-2098 Morning worship service 10.30,! Family Night was observed on played at the new field in Hill-
., .' .. at the Flagler Woman's Club.Wednesday evening along with. crest on Saturday afternoon. at*
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building. Theme for Sunday, the regular prayer service and 5 o'clock. ;
S July 17: "Nice People or New a film was shown which was The date is July '15, Saturday,
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Men? Special music by the taken of the DallyVacation at five and Aubrey hopes to
S Harry Corbyn Jennings 6,1)r The .pulpit of the Community choir. Bible School Parade in June. II have a big crowd there to see
S died at his home, 4104 Ibis Drive, Memorial Church will be .supplied 1 how *
S I well his team is doing.
In Orlando Friday at 2'A.'M...after I next Sunday by. Howard Visitors last week ,with. :Mr.i Sue Spivey, daughter of Mr. t '.
: : a. year's illness.//.Born in Albany Wisehaupt whose message will and Mrs. R. O. Owens were her}
'S I and Mrs. David Spivey of Wilmington Mr. and.Mrs. June Deen of Mi-,
S ,;, ,' :Mo., he came to Flagler i I be entiled "Look Up." The pas. father, .L R Gaylor,:brother and N.C., is visiting here ami are spending this week
:-. County in 1945 from; Cleveland,j I'tor, Rev. R.W. Dickert, will be I sister in law, Mr. and.Mrs. William this month. with her grandparents here as guests of his uncle and. .
:.-. ':f{ ,Ohio, and lived here.-until 1950 away on vacation.The Gaylor, and son Coy, and Mr. and Mrs. E. M..:Spi- aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Magee.Mr. ,
:,:. when he moved to:Orlando. Ladies Guild of the her grandmother, Mrs. Lizzie vey. -
He served in theU.: .S. NavyIn church' is scheduled to meet at i Welch, all from Eanette, Ala. .- and Mrs. Robert Schatz:
World War 2. He:was a member 2 P.M. Thursday July 14, in:the When they left for their home Mrs. Henry Shill motored to and family returned to theirj-
of a veterans"organization I'I sanctuary of the church. Mrs. they were accompanied by the Orlando Friday to-attend the home here Saturday after a,two
.. S and Holden Heights Baptist:J:w.A. Batten is the guild presl- three Owens children, Sandra, funeral of her brother in law, weeks holiday at Manatee r;;;
::'" ; Church. in Orlando. I;dent. 'The air conditioning sys. Oerese and Wayne who will I Harry Jennings, on Saturday.She Springs. _'SI ;
:: .s Funeral services were held at\I tern which was recently put in visit in Alabama this month. was accompanied by her,i
; .5- 10 A.M. Saturday at the Fairchild :has made a wonderful improve- ac..1 daughters Elaine and Eleanor > Miss Betty Meadows" was a
:j Funeral Chapel, and burial i j I ment. Miss Elaine'.Frailey has .and son Danny. *weekend visitor in Key West.
: followed Woodlawn Memorial t cepted a position at the News-I J I
Park and Mausoleum. Rev.!\{ Mr. and :Mrs. M. A. Mull of Journal in Daytona Beach. .I
S \-:0 George L. Brown ,officiated I I Brevard, N,C., have, Just spent I PERCE STRINGS _
'i f J :- and full military honors were!three weeks in their oceanfront Visitors on Sunday with 1\lr.1
_.; ;'" rendered by Chaplain William home here.Friends and Mrs. Willie Aaron were Mr.I I ScQ.TRE pt.VdI& ALLV? r A
arn. and Mrs. :Mack Reed and two
Survivors are his wife, Mrs. of Rev.. Reynold Hoover daughters, Teresa and Sherill, 6ETAPG3ZE__ (aOtI'ICiIO8E? I ,
Ellen Phoenix Jennings, one I will be glad to know that Mr. and Mrs. James White from HARDWARE
..', daughter, Mrs. Glenn Chase of he has improved sufficiently to Jacksonville.Rev. I I
..,- : Orlando; four sisters, Mrs. Eave return to his home here from the IN UHSUKPASSEO
Cowell, Mrs. A. M.' Hurst, Mrs. hospital in Bunnell.Mr. Reynold Hoover has accepted -
-;?; : Cecyle Anderson and Miss Ma. an invitation to preachthe
:-:- rie Helen Jennings, all of South and Mrs. Clyde Duensing evening service next Sunday i I :
Bend, Ind. have gone to their former home at the Arlington Methodist

':S .', Mr. and Mrs. Willie Aaron In.._Welaka-.L...._to spend___two' ._months. Church in Jacksonville. I I J JI
entertained -- -- '
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.::' days last week her brother ..MoneySaving Food ValuesFRESH
:- in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.,
l" ,:,"'. ,,s Billy.: Cummings, and sons Steve I -

-=:.+" '".T.:-',' and,'Darry, from Lanette, Ala. I D ; ft AVG. SEALTEST Va Gal. ALL FLAVORS

:.S:': r'.I :S''' :and Mr.daughter" and Mrs., Amy Stewart, of Jacksonville Alton. l. iiASTING ; f7 49

ft: ., -' spent the ,weekend 'herewith i:: Ice Cream 79C
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.'. Myles Meeks, Mr.-Alton returned .
S to, their home Sunday eve. '
SUGAR CURED By The Piece ,
fling and Mrs.t Alton remained "
t. to. spend this week_ OUR VALUE STYLE
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1 : House guests last._- week with Smoked. BaconIb29 I wACor
f Mr. and .Mrs., Dick' Littlefleld I
:1!>f were her parents, 1t-lr. and Mrs.
.... Dell! Bass, from: Lanette, Ala. JUICY TENDER I .
". During the weekend her mother, WITH FOOD ORDER .
::=;<:. ,: I Mrs. Bass, had a heart attack "
: ':, and was admitted to the Flag. J9 CIRCUS QUART SIZE '
.,,,. ,' ler Clinic and, Hospital. Arriving I CubedSteaklb,
::w :. this week to be with them ORANGE DRINK 4for49 .
; were his, mother, Mrs. Nettie -
!>.r'. May Littlefleld, and sister, Viv.-' FRESH MEATYSpare '
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I i ; Guests, of Rev.and Mrs Wil I. -- r ,r. .....'
C1 / liam Spicer for the past week O. ;:ALFOHD .
were Mrs. Martha Brown and Community

i/ children, Linda and Jerry of Memorial ChurchInterdeiiomLnattnal 1- 1--1Registered
Brown Real Estate Broker!
I : Bristol, Tenn. Mrs. and .
f ', LOCALS Mrs. Spicer are 'twin sisters. I BunnelL

tic r:. : Daytona Ave. .....,r.-..." ........Florida... ......... .
,! 4i I Mr. and, Mrs. George Clegg FLAGLER BEACH I
and children Wednesday for i
t.#-,' REITER-HATCHER I MRS. JESSIE WAY GIVEN I i Sturgis, Ky., where they will Sunday School 10:00 A.M. : '
SURPRISE BIRTHDAY PARTY 'visit .with Mrs. Clegg's Church Service 11:00 A.bi.
I!;:.: Announcement of the engagement parents.
f{.:' of Miss Hilda Lougene MONDAY EVENING I R. W. DICKERT. Pastor: Bunnell Theatre
!: "- { Hatcher to Robert James Reiter Mrs. Jessie Way was honored Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carle and EVERYONE WELCOME i

f;:: has been made by her, parents, 'Monday\ evening with a surprise j children, Susan and Glenn are I & & & _*_ --- -

g,:' Mr., and Mrs. Eugene Hatcher' of birthday party in celebration of j j!I I visiting Clairsvllle with, Ohio relatives, with relatives.in St. I ........_....._ .. ,Tri. & Sat. July, ,15-16
;, ., Bunnell. her 73rd birthday anniversary. : .
C, ; Miss Hatcher was born in Daytona .., Those present were the Wil.'f I FRED)A.:"FR THE FIRST TEXAN
of National 1 Mr. and Mrs. J..F. Mercer had
liam Way family '" '
I :r- Beach and moved, to Bun. ] Starring *
." The Charles Smith as their house guests recently iiS-1 ;
: nell in 1954. She graduated from Gardens. j j JEWELER '
/'s., Bunnell High, School in 1957, family and William Reed of |[their son in law and daughter,' DIAMONDS- Joel McCrea & Felicia ,Farr
Bunnell. Birthday cake and Ice.i!Mr. 'and :Mrs. Otis Masters and
and. is now employed by Bun. REPAIRING
"- nell Motor Co.Mr cream was served. \;[daughter, Marie, of St. Augus <(A.'f..,..-.. .-_...._. "' WJlaYrJi Sun. & Mon. July 17-18
Retier Is the son of Mrs. !I tine. :
Betty O'Dell of Jackson.' Visiting here during past
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yule and Mr. Leroy B. Reiter' of weekend with Mr. and Mrs. F.J. \I I i Miss Vera McCraney of Hamp SEE Starring
1 ton, Va., arrived this week for
Longwood. He was born in Chambers was Mrs. Chambers' ;;I
a visit of three weeks here with Robert Mitchum and Eleanor
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Longwood. and is a graduate of brother Harry McNelly and
Seminole County High School. their friends :Mr.: and Mrs. Robinson I i I I!relatives.'. .I GARDENS Parker

( He is now .a corporal in the of Copperhill, Tenn.
I I mater ski shows
doily .
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82nd Airborne Division, station. VIRIUSES SAID TO EVOLVE A
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on pa pa J pa "" _
ed at Fort Bragg, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Domemco{- ..Buono i! Scientists believe that viruses,
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I The wedding is scheduled for have returned to their home in i I IIISIIESIIY
I the microscopic creatures that '
October 15th, and the .will Beach after a 'visit in
place Flagler
[cause plant and animal .
many Insured & Rest Assured .
be announced later. Detroit, Michigan, with, their i diseases, are products of evolution I
and her family.
daughter Kay
i like higher organisms. a
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton John I I GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM i iI
ston arid children, Johnny, Debbie Major and Mrs. James W. Eb- I BEES VERY ,VALUABLE .
t and Ronnie, have returned ersole, Jr., and children, Pam -I '
ft' to their home here after ,spending and Jimmy, were visiting herea If bees should ever become I H. T. COOK AGENCY .
several days in Savannah, short time last week with Rev. i extinct, some 100,000 varieties of
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Ga., visiting with Mrs. John- and Mrs. William Spicer, They ,. flowering plants would disappear I Citizens lank BIdg. Bunnell Florida!
ston's mother, Mrs. Alice Clark,. have been stationed in Tampa I t from the earth.
and other relatives. at McDill Field and they are being >
transferred to Casablanca, i '
Connie Kathy Anderson Morocco, North Africa, for three .u :
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; of Lakeland're spending! some years., .. --
: time here with their aunt and Mrs. Ebersole, Jr., is Rev. // :: 't.- .
II uncle, Mr. and :Mrs. C. H. Cow. Spicer's sister. After a visit in /. ,

..... art. Bristol, Tenn., with' their parents -,.-., ....
they Will leave August 3rd for /:..:. _. & :''"
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Mr and Mrs. H. C. Cobb and their new assignment.Miss ::;I" jf'. 'S' AL
Sue, and' Mr: and Mrs. Eldon "
Knight and 'little- daughter returned Judy Lewis returned / 1 _
'Saturday from a few home Friday after a visit in 4
days vacation ,in North Carolina. Washington, D. C., with friends.
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\ -.,.;" .- ; : -.Thursday: : Jillv41960. ,
shine State, Agricultural Re- f -- ,.. -
jfliiaplasmosis Still $1,500,000 a year. t this disease. "Each year many IN THE CIRCUIT COURT' OF- \..

search Report, published by the According to the veterinarian, j Florida cattlemen lose from a 'LAGLER COUNTTT, FLORIDA
Is Major Livestock experiment station Dr. Pritchardsays a IN CHANCERY NO. 4O5S
numerous surveys in Florida few to several hundred animals WILLIAM F.
Florida livestock losses to have HOOD.Plaintiff.. ',
realed that about 30 per because of ajiaplasmosis. A

Disease ;In Florida this disease are estimated at i cent of all cattle are carriers of "heavy loss also Is sustained BARBARA P.vs *HOOD, -"*. (

from animals that recover. Defendant. I
Anaplasmosis continues to be I NOTICE TO DEFEND !
one of the nation's major live. that Dr. Pritchard says animals THE Barbara STATE P.OP Hood FLORIDA. TO: I

recover from anaplasmosisare P. O. Box 1J77
stock disease problems, accord.
rl&ALMA&asa carriers of the infection forthe Laurinburgr. North Carolina
ing to W-iB.. *Pritchard, head of You Are hereby notified that a
the veterinary science department rest of their lives. In some suit has been filed against you In

with ,the, Florida, Agricultural A MAK wrm A JULY 15,187O: GEORGIA.READMITTEP areas of Florida 65 per cent of the are hereby above entitled required cause to file; your and you answer -
COLLEGE DIPLOMA TO UNIOJsL the animals now are carriers. with the Clerk of this Court.
Experiment Station.In ANa TEN CENTS A JULY and to serve a copy thereof upon
; 16,1790 DISTRICT$ Anaplasmosis does not the
spreadby plaintiff
the July issue of the Sun b CAN GET-A OF or plaintiffs attorney.
name and address is: \
CUP OF coffee itself but must be trans- Ray Selden .
ALMOST JULY 17. NATIONAL FARM ferred from sick Selden .
AMYVWEKE. carrier
a or animal Building
Chicken ,Barbecue SAFETY WEEK B>:6tNS. U 800 Main Street ,
JULY 18.1897: KLONDIKE Qv to a susceptible one by me- Daytona Beach. Florida
Homemakers, put the mann .. GOLD RUSH. chanical means. Man and. insects 1960.not later than August 12th A. D. ,
your family .to work at your outdoor JULY 19,1848: WOMAN'S are responsible for this If you fall to do so decree pro

charcoal ,grill!t You'll not i RIGHTS ANis N.\, : spread. II confesso you for the will relief be entered demanded against In the

escape some cooking chores, but c1 I : ; OULVaOl88lr SITTING BULL Researchers agree that ranchers said bill of suit complaint.being for The divorce.nature of

you'll save on the food budget, 171 I SURReNPERC. themselves are responsible WITNESS my hand and seal of

too. if you make sure the food {t : JULY Op 21,186 BULL|: BATTLE RUN. for. much of the spread of ana I A.said D. Spurt 1960.' this 12th day of July

he's cooking. is young broiler r AZ : plasmosis because of failure to (Official Sear
chicken. disinfect instruments. I Clerk of said Circuit Court
Dr. Pritchard has July 14-Zl-28 & Aug. 4-ftc
These tender, 'young broilers several suggestions

and fryers are in plentiful sup. for the prevention jof I NOTICE OF APPLICATION. FOR
ply. It's best to select 9 to 12- the disease. "Do not buy animals NOTICE is hereby given that A.

week-old ready-to-cook broilers '' by I that come from anaplas I W.lowing Kahlert certificate the holder has filed of said th cer-fold

or fryers weighing from 1%, to''I CANDY orr"l mosis areas. Be sure you. nor ther tificate!oa for The a tax certificate deed to be issued

2% pounds for barbecuing. Be Tom anyone else spreads the disease and. year of Issuance the description number

sure the birds are well meated, with contaminated surgical In- I name of in which the property assessed, is and as follows the-

of top quality and uniform in struments. Control populations : '

size. Buy birds cut in halves or NOW WATT A MINUTE, of horseflies, ticks and mos- 5,Certificate Block J, Lake No. 28.Terrace 1958 Subdivis-S% Lot

quarters, or cut them yourselfso FATHER XYE BEEN I P16EON....LAST YEAR j qui toes." George ion. Name Capitanelous in which. assessed:

they'll be ,ready for the grill. TWICiN6ABOUT, OUR WE WERE SENSIBLE I He adds that workers at the All said property being in the

,!. Fresh birds generally give VACATION.nrvA' i- University of Florida and the County ida.Unless of Flagler State of Flor-

better results than frozen ones. University of Illinois work on shall such certificate or certificates -
be redeemed according
If you do use frozen: ones, how- ] an anaplasmosis vaccine Is pro to law the property described in

'. ever, be sure, to thaw: them com gressing. Field tests conductedlast such be sold certificate to the or highest certificates bidder will at 1,

pletely. year did not give conclusive the Court House door on the first
Monday in the
" month of August
Place the pieces; of. chicken on results, but additional studies 1960. which is the. 1st day of August -
the grill skin side up, close together are being conducted.. DATED this 6th day of July, A. D.
there will be -- 1960.
so that a I (Court .Seal., RALPH E. HARBERT
minimum loss. of heat. Baste i. Clerk Circuit Court

each piece with barbecue sauce FOR July 1-14-U-Z8-Hc Flagler County. Florida.

,a Immediately; A pastry brush is I & (
ideal for: this purpose. FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA

Try this sauce by mixing the DIRT CONTRACTS"cALL RALPH IN CHANCERY P. PALMISANO.NO.'4041
, following: WE DIDN'T SPEND A I ...ONLV THIS YEAR Plaintiff

\ 2 tablespoons, Worcestershire OUR VACATION FATHER... SOMEPLACETHAN Defendant.
Anna. Marie
:* U cup catsup AFFORDCRAIG 93 South Munn Avenue

f 1 clove garlic (optional) i s s Phone HE 9-2094 Newark. New Jersey
t You are hereby
notified that
x f Salt and. pepper: FLAGLER BEACH suit has been filed against you in a
* A stick.'oleo' I t the above entitled cause and
(melted on .grill .are hereby ; you
* required to file your an-
in small pan) -- swer with the Clerk of this Court

i: 1 dash* tabasco sauce I'T IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH and the plaintiff to serve or.Ja plaintiffs copy thereof attorney upon
1 tablespoon brown sugar .- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN whose name and address is:
r.: 2 tablespoons water FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. CASE Selden Building
f NO. 4059' 800 Main Street
1- Mix all together; baste. IN THE MATTER OF Daytona Beach. Florida
: Turn-the pieces every five or II I The Adoption of BABY GIRL not later than July 21, A. D. 1960.
ROSS by JAMES THOMAS It you fail to do so, decree
t... six minutes, and baste with SHATTLES and VERSIE confesso will be entered against pro
this after I DECKER SHATTLES you for the relief demanded in the
| sauce each turning NOTICE bill of complaint. The nature of
r Use tongs or a pair of clean TO: JESSIE'ROSSco said suit being for divorce.

t';' white gloves. for turning. A fork I FUNERAL HOME Roanoke General Va.Delivery said WITNESS Court this my 16th hand day and of seal June of
will ,piece the skin and permitr a Petition for the Adoptionof (Official Seal)
Juices to run out. Keep chicken the white, female minor child. RALPH E. HARBERT
A..H. CRAIG. Funeral: Director I BABY GIRL, ROSS, was filed in the I Clerk of said Circuit Court
V. six to eight inches above the 12th June ::
above. the cause on day of S3-3Q & July 7.14--4tq .
;;; coals. JOHN HARDIN Associate July. A. D. 1960, by JAMES THOMAS ---'--- -
J The key to successful barbecuing I :AIR' OXYGEN DECKER SHATTLES. and you are FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA OF
J LADY hereby commanded to be and appear IN CHANCERY
S'/ .,is'long, slow cooking. Allow t fi CONDITIONED. I I ,EQUIPPED r in above-named Court on ROBERT ZWECK.. NO. 4033
or before the 12th day of August,
& at least
Itt to 1% hours of ATI'ENDANT'AMBULANCES Plaintiff.
1 CHAPEL I A. D. I960, to show cause, if 'any
; cooking, ',time for broilers. The there be, why the Petition for MILDRED v.
: .. Adoption should not be granted. SALLY ZWECK.
jf chicken Is! ,done when the drumstick I Phone ID 7-3532 Dated this 12th day of July A. D. Defendant.
'' 1960. TO DEFEND '
t can.;:,be easily loosened THE STATE'
from the meat. I .281 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA Clerk of the Circuit Court Mildred Sally Zweck

roo: I July 14-21-28 & Aug. 4-Itc -n...144..--t.__...Greenich c.y_;:... a.w .I... Street l\Iew. _York_

t I- : T 0 ,- I suit the You has are been hereby: filed notified ftgalnlt that ynu In a

;, _. o. I amove- entitled cause; and yoU
: OFFICERS are hereby required to 111e your kn-

STATEMENT OF CONDITION ... : and awe;to with serve the Clerk of thus Court
copy thereof
L" : > Charles E. Creal.... .....:.......-PresIdent I the plaintiff or plaintiff r.ttorne-y Upon,
r a CITIZENS BANK OF BUNNELL i I whose name and address Im:
; : 1' B4muel V. Halch '
t': Tom E.HOld .:.........Vice-President P.O. Box 471

;"' BUNNELL. .FLORIDA not Ea.t Palatka.
T later than hrA.
"\' f '- ,_ Lily J. .CreaL ................_..Vice-President .July D. 1960.confesso .
twill tbed
iz.'. 1t the Close! of Business June 30, 1960 T.. YOU for the against
'Howell demanded in
.' ,. Vf Peavy_ Cashier bill of complaint. The the
",0 nature of
'i; saId suit being for
7'i RESOURCES ; cJlvor" .
: "* I WITNEss
my hand
Cash and Due from Banks '. ." -. -.. :. : '.$ 605,882.30TT *' '.. -. '" -_ I A.said D. Court U60. this 8th day end of.seal June- of

;,.' Treasury Bills .-: . :.$? !' 325,000.00 .' DIRECTORS I (Official RALPH Seal) E.

4 r. U.S. Government-.Bonds "d./ .. ,c>/.t.;; :;>, :'.,:;. ,; ,r 509773.75 II June 1'-22-0 Clerk ot said HARBERT Cf"rult Court
0. Alford' &
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County' & Municipal Bonds, .! L', .- ; 530240.03 -'- Harry Clegg "

Loans and Discounts. .JJ'. : '7 3&'",": -. -: 1228'35131 '. ,:. .
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Cody _
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Banking... House, Furniture & Fixtures: .- .W-t.-y; ; -;,"., 31,836.60 *; Charles. E. Creal 1 r- !1ltrtrtlnmt!!
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Other_ Assets .'-.<' .,, :.. ._. 42,789.88 ; I. BUJTHELL..
; "' Lily J. Creal" FLORIDA
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((1:[':'.. HERLONG' '_I. ..'./ : ',- 'well' along the legislative road Security amendments and the. to revise, as he sees.fit, the Cuban NOTICE ...>- ,
, : : j NOTICE is that :
i* ..: 1 r>j tj stand a good chance of final action "states rights" bill. for medicalcare I sugar quota. We did it as I the Board of County Commission '
7, SAYS, _. f.: ,I era will receive sealed bids on the '
{:',1 :::;., 1 1t 'I when--we reconvene in Aug- for the elderly indigent. one of the final acts of the Con 29th day of July, A. D. 1960. at the !

4 Continued from..tJa.2)* ust, but others, ,such as the gress before the recess and it hour! of 9:00 0 clock A. J.L.. In the !
1 Then, too, those who feel as office of the Clerk of the Circuit ;
: '" L'II Freedom Academy bill have lit- provides a potent power to meetthe Court In the Flagler County Court ;
: bill to repeal the '10 cent I do have worked hard against House for the i
My per tle or no chance of enactmentand I Castro threat. But we did following
and have in 70.000 (seventy thousand) gal-
>' excise tav on telephone ,service I will have to await a new unsound legislation it belatedly. I urged that this lons n:C.Z and '

:.:;: and. another to remove the tax Congress.Of 1 my judgment establishedment a be done more than two months R.30.000 C.1.. (thirty thousand) '-gallona \
more Asphalt
or less Cutback -
fa- on rail, plane and bus transportatlon I good record thus far in the ses- before the recess, pleading with I mix In place material delivered -.

>'d were rejected and these course, ,I have ,worked'on lon of rejecting such legisla- the members F. O.B Bunnell. Florida.
1 of the House Agri- The Board reserves the right to-
;,. taxes,vere continued for another a great deal of legislation other 1 tion.To culture Committee to act to cut I reject any and all bids.'
:t. own bills. We have t deal with Castro in Cuba 12th day of July. A. D. 1960. '
.. ., than my .
year. off the sugar bonus money to, I at Bunnell, Florida thlATTEST
f worked hard and long President the GEO. E. Chairman
on Social we gave the power 'VICKLlNE; ,
the red rulers
T Those of my bills'which, are of CUba. OFFICIAL SEAL '' ,
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-- As you know, the Departmentof I RALPH E. HARBERT.' Clerk
: Board of County Commission..
: Agriculture immediately acted
era. Flagler County, Florida 1
to stop any more. importations -I July 14-21-2tcIN" .. '','

; Select ,:'of Cuban until the
; President has acted. IN AND FOIl PLAGLEK COUN-
/ TY.
.;. CASE NO. 576.

t." Economical l and Dependable Gas Equipment > !l IN RE.NOTICE ANNA Estate SAFARIK.OK of PROBATETO deceased.


.. '.t --- ---- MEMBER"iYftjrtUtf&ili I that a written Instrument purport-
ing to be the Last Will and Testa-
fT : ment of said decedent has been admitted
to probate in this Court.
fk lJ1, vcs You are hereby commanded within
' six calendar months from the date
} HARDWARE of the first publication of this. no-
From Ed A. Seaton, Summit tice to appear In this Court and

: : City, Calif.: I recall how the show cause if any you can. why
action of this Court in admit-
sinking of the battleship Maine ting said Will to probate should ;

{ And Get A Summer Bargain caused a sudden wave of war net .SI stand DUANE unrevoked.A. DEEN.' ';

hysteria throughout the country County Judge. Flagler County
3- Soon war was declared and we First publication rn_July 7. 1960.
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July 1-14-21-8-4tc

A Free Loan of L. P.' Gas Tank, and Installation tf Gas Appliances turned kids begged down'with to be a laugh taken., we When had IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN ;

to content ourselves with fighting AND FOR FLAGLER COUN-
(Not Including Plumbing or Electrical Work) TY FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
imaginary Spaniards. We rangedup CASE NO. 576 -
and down the railroad track IN RE: Estate of
/F of small ANNA SAFARIK. deceased. '
where there were plenty NOTICE TO CREDITORS
stones, pelting at fence posts, All creditors of the estate of
BOTTLE, GAS RATE telegraph poles and insulators, ANNA SA1<'ARIK. deceased are
Green Fuel I Gas Service notified and required to file
$6.75 Net .for 6 Cylinders end counting each hit a dead Spaniard any claims or demands,which they {

Over Per Year. ; We especially wanted to geta may have against said estate in
:Will Install and Maintain Appliances crack at their king, young Al- the office of the County Judge of
;', S8J30 for 12 Cylinders or Over Flagler County. Florida, in the
f Sold phonso, a fair match we thought Courthouse at Bunnell Florida.
Per Year 1".1-: .. By within eight calendar months from
for us to meet up with.Unemployment
:;, the date of the first publication
ss.sOfor 25 or Over Cyl1nders.. was so rife that this notice. Each claim or demand

Per Yea fla ler Hardware with a call for volunteers, boys must be in writing and must state
,l. the place of residence and post
rushed in by the
and young men address of the claimant
thousands. Our little town recruited must be sworn to by the ,
\ his agent or his attorney or It
k f full in almost
a company will become void according. law.
nothing flat. The band played,old I July 1. Antoinette
civil war veterans spouted: fervid S/ Slovak
2. Executrix of the Estate of
patriotism the ladies and girls Anna Safarik.
shed tears and waved handker- First publication on: July 7, 1960.

I f chiefs; everybody cheered and July 7-14--28--4to

!. Xi stomped .as' the boys marched in I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH -
.... ,,' ,, '" '. ;. straggly_unison to the ,station and 1 FLORIDA. IN AND FOR FLAGLER
: ._.. \, i :; ; :;boarded night u-ain..fol".Indiana. COUNTY CHANCERY NO. 4047
l' IN
llL, ". ,: polis. PAT R WELCH and '
: SHOP LESS... \ ;_ ,,,:. "I It !?*;,A. few days later the group JOSEPHINE 8. WELCH. -
err SPEND LESS... 1 kFATBETTER 1 Petitioners.
: : filtered back, humiliated and
1r f
t :: I, .< 'crest-fallen. The quota had already ADOPTION

1 III.\ SAVE! TIME... ,.-'. d ., been exceeded and there TO: 400'ROSELLA West Monroe LANHAM

t f-t: SAVIr MOIl I 1/.\, ,'.,: was 'no place in the army for our, Kokomo Indiana
A ,
,. valiant fighters. l YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
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I that a petition has been filed in the
I Jilt" Soon came the news of Admiral 'I' above styled Court, by Pat R.

: = ........:..>"..:oc .... _", Deweys. tremendous victory in I I Welch and Josephine S. Welch
husband and wife for the adoption
< 1t y Manila Harbor. Dewey could have r of Pat Roy Lanham Jr., a minor.
been acclaimed king or most any by the petitioners Pat R.husband

honor he would have wanted for and Josephine & Welch required to
and wife and you are
while. The subsequent.wr.r news serve a copy of your answer or
objections to show cause why said
was well sprinkled with instances
petition should not be granted, on
ktYYv st Kr where a crop of babies was getting the attorneys for petitioners. Kin-
the name of Dewey. .sey. Vincent & Pyle. Attorneys at
Law. 27 South Atlantic Avenue.
.(Send' conTlhmllors !. this e.ralla Daytona Beach. Florida and file
: p'I t* gee O'fi ThD r. Community Pass ]., the original in the office of the
Service D.. 5]. Fr.n,r.rt. FrutaYr-) '1 Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
> before the 1st day of August. A. D..

I : ... pro confesso will be entered
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: against you.WITNESS.
Authorized Evinrude Dealer
f \ $ rr; my hand and seal of
BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRSDockage said Court in Bunnell. Florida this
:" 1st day of July A. D.. 1960.
f ; Storage Free Ramp (Seal) E. HARBERT

O" ofJLJtxl: ;;. ; j jf ; WE FINANCE By Shirley Clerk Hodges..Circuit Deputy Court Clerk

825 Balloush Rd-Daytona July 7-U.U-Z8-4tc-

Cash, balances with other banks. Including reserve balances,
S and cash items in process of collections ._.._.__.__... ....F,. .$ 605882.30
United States Government obligations direct and guaranteed 834,773.75
Obligations of States apd political subdivisions ......r,,,:,;,,,. 530.240.03
i Loans an4 discounts __.__-__.- w._,...,,_.. 1168159.89, .
owned 112.695.52, furniture & fixtures 31836.60
> Bank premises 119.141.08
Real estate owned other than Dank premises $40,637.64 '
Less reserve' 14,808.58 25,829.06
/t/W KITCHEN Other assets ....-,........... .-...,- ........--_..._4,_ 2152.24

; ] TOTAL ASSETS, _-_' __$*,19<..873.87LIABILITIES

Demand deposits of individuals partnerships and
.. -,-. ,.M_________corporations _,,.y f 991,651.67
A'modem ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORtFREEZER R is a double-duty food center Time- deposits of individuals partnerships and corporations 1428913.14

1 .. for fresh and frozen foods and lots of ice cubes, too. SAVES WORK just reach Deposits ings) -of United States-Government--(Including postal sav r't' 11356.25

for whatever want for family or unexpected guests. Frost-free models end ; Deposits of States and political subdivisions7;.t 473.600.31
you : ,
Other deposits (certified and officers' checks etc) '" 46.269.22TOTAL
,' messy defrosting, SAVES TIME_cute shopping trips 'way down. Perishable, foods DEPOSITS -.--------- ... ?_$2.951790.59

f, : can be stored in the aero-zone section till needed SAVES MONEY-you can stock ,.' TOTAL LIABILITIES _.._ 2951790.59
&r at less cost conserve leftovers. CAPITAL ACCOUNTS, .' -
6 ? up on "specials" at bargain priceeat'be I Capital ..._.._.__ _.g,_ .., 100.000.00
t'' SAVES GROPING. FUMBLBK3 Sside-out' and swmg-out shelves and food drawers Surplus ...,. ..........-,,,.,_,....--.__..-..-. t ", >. $ 100000.00
Undivided profits, ._, ..... 'r."
T---r T >' 47.083.28
_put everything in easy sight, retch., t .

Time to"retire"your oldatioiiied TOTAL, CAPITAL .ACCOUNTS _, !. 111'"i;I 247.083.2S

OH. a I ffi0 6ra im.uoBetterFJoridaUYiBc-.Elctric&11yl This ban 's capital consists of: Common stock with .lota ar value of
: refrigeratori Tfer W kTsari .. 'cba* M&foriip. MEMORANDA I
freezer;1'It's cheaper to buy,cfeeper 'rffk*.type can .be'placed anywaere-in tba Assets pledged, or assigned to secure liabilities and for oafs !

to,use,aad will maintain a ciM..r, kHeli* ,PM Y,ut y room,orLoo18k farage, tr Loans as shown, above-are.after------deduction-- of reserves nt'",a'T r t $32 60191.42.000.00 I
hen. ; I. Charles E. Creal. president, of the above-named bankZdo solemnly' !
r.; swear that the above statement Is true and that It fully and correctly l
;; represents ,the true state of the several matters and I
SEE'TbE' ,APPUANCC contained herein
f DISPLAY AT YOUR ELECTRic DEALERS HOW set forth, to the beet of my knowledge and belief *., \
Correct-Attest. Charles E. Creal j
"*" O. F Alford ;
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i : : ''.!f. C.i i' .. Tom E. Holden ; .
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:. r :: riMM-e--certify. &wora to and that subscribed I am not before an officer me this or.CthdAJ".otf.r director <;th..a. H60, .ari4-', '. "

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;. PAGE EIGHT, '\,- ,',' ...: ;_ .:;'J s 'THE "FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL.,( FLORIDA .' ; VThursday" July,*14;. '1960. .
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County Agent'.*' '. ':" 'l amount of water .Most of these i c Istered i by the Department witha |. registered labels. The' 'tepart- I accordance with established pro-

;./. t attachments require 15 to 20 view to insuring a safe, ment will continue its present cedures. Whenever evidence be-

';' Gives Advice' ;?": gallons of'water passing throughthe abundant, wholesome food sup- (I pattern of label acceptance in comes available to warrant I
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hose to empty the quart. ply for everyone. J modification of any acceptedof I

Chinch -f size jar. J I I use, the registrant will be I
,'On Bugs"Better Labels accepted for registra- "
You can get written directions
t tfc' lawn I 1 tion must bear directions for : :: \ notified to make necessary label I
: keep a careful watch i; for controlling chinch bugs J JI revisions to comply with applic- 1

:.j., on your St. Augustine lawns I from your county, agent or by I j i I use which will protect the pub +yy able provisions of the law.
lic. The has always
to the Experiment Department
writing Agricultural -
these hot summer days, warns i I
Station, interpreted this provision to (*-"V -VXxp SX'-> 'NXlN<' ">X"<>X"1N
:, County Agent Howard Taylor. j! University of I I
P'!" _. "There is a little pest-: the Florida, Gainesville, for Circular mean that the accepted use pat. Frank & Glad's -I
&_ chinch bug just waiting 'for a I't 181, entitled "Lawn Pest Control tern must be such as to avoid .

:>.;. chance to destroy them.. Guide." This "Lawn Pest Control injurious residues of pesticides SHOE REPAIR '
c 1 Guide" describes the dam. chemicals in or on food or feed. t W. MOODY BLVD. \
; Dr, Stratton H. Kerr of the age and control for all of the In evaluating a proposed pat 1 Block West of Railroad
.::. 4 General Shore Repair
r Florida 'Agricultural Experiment.-Bother major lawn pests. tern of use the Department re- I

: Stations says that you will quires the applicant to submit _

rf.of' usually see the patches which experimental data in support of RCA VICTOR ,
,,:: develop as a result of chinch I Many Inquiries Bring the proposed registration. Such TV \
bug feeding first near, an edge I data are supplemented with information Pvi r 1\
' : of the lawn, along the sidewalk, Chemical Pesticides from any sources. IN TUB WINDOW

,;:> driveway, or perhaps along a I including other Federal agencies.In Southern Radio & Television
:t border.. USDA Statement On 726 E. Granada Ph. OR 7-2001
flower addition, the experience of ORMOND \
r1- The grass first turns an off. research and .
marketing, extension :
The 1960 growing season has --
i'.:' color yellowish. Later the grassL" of state and
J I specialists ,
\ brought to U.S. Departmentof FREE PAINTOne \
dies. A typical injured area ap private agricultural institutionsis BIG PIG...Policeman John R.
pears as irregular patch with Agriculture an unprecedented Burkhamer slnglehandedly sub- extra gallon of your choice
taken into
'' account
{_.' a brown, dead area in the center number of inquiries with respectto Each of I dued this 500-pound boar that with each gallop you buy
a pesticide
the proper use of pesticides., wandered into a Monroe, Wis.,
and a border, area of yellow4ish chemical intended for Mary Carter Paint Store
use residential area from its farm I I
Department personnel have :.I
yellow marginal -
grass. on food feed is based home.
or crops
deluged with Also linter
,. of been inquiries as Westa at t "IaOPPID
.' area, the largest number on the best available scientific --- -- --- --_-- -_--.---- ----- .. ....... ..
f.' chinch bugs are found. They are to which chemicals can be .-'-'- J/f.---. .''.'''' .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-. .-. .-. ,. . .. -J )
evidence and opinion at time of
tr.-- not easy to see. legally used and how they registration Registration is FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHF
F. full adult' is should be used.
-.A bug
withheld when there is evidence
". only about 1/5 of an inch long. The following statement Is in-
that residue will
an illegal remain AMBULANCE
;o- They are black in color and tended to clarify for registrants,
I on treated crops when di- PHONE VAlley 4-1625
have white markings on their agricultural institutions, growers
and others, the status of rections are followed. SERVICE
," wings which are folded over
Chemical manufacturers,. distributors ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
': their back. The young chinch pesticide chemicals presently
and other
r bugs or nymphs are reddish, registered under the Federal Insecticide I I registrants Never be ,hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

.... with a white band across their Fungicide, and Roj j i![ are expected for to compliance assume full with responsibility are always at your service with promptness safety and

. .' back. denticide Act for use on ,foodor I I
applicable laws and regulations experience.
t..,. If you have an area in your food crops. I
'.' St. Augustine lawn which you The Federal Insecticide, Fun ticides.governing'...the marketing of pes Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator

k think may be Infested by chinch gicide Act is designed to protect
," to have to well i J The Department encourages Garcia Funeral Home
bugs, you are going consumers as as persons t .
registrants, agricultural
." look closely to confirm whether who handle and use pesticides, growers

:, these insects are actually present or who may be exposed ,to these groups, and other interested I P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funel'al'1bectot"U

parties tQi adhere strictly to the LADY ASSISTANT .
" Pull the grass runners chemicals. The law is admin- .
apart with your hands and ex patterns House set ,forth on ,.jy....

( 'amine the surface of the soil. {

f.: You will see the little black and .

red chinch" bugs running! around -. I I
t Set the Chevy Mystery Show in l color Sundays,KBC-TY.-
r If they are present in large ;
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numbers to be causing .
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:. damage to' the ,grass. CHEVYWINS -: < '. -' ; t

I' Mr. Taylor advises you to be \

'f' sure chinch bugs are actually '

r"., present;before you apply insect-*

cide treatments. A lot of money GREATESTPREFERENCE i
, is needlessly spent ever ,year -, H"
< because many people wrongly ,
: assume that everything that ::1?' :,.y :"

I; 'goes wrong'with their lawn is .

caused by chinch bugs ;..:x .'

'If' chinch bugs 'are in your ,:< ,

'. lawn, control measures shouldbe 1' : >
started immediately. YOU This,year, more people are buying Chevrolets (including? 1 .

will get better control if your EVER Corvairs) than ever before,making Chevy the year's hottest? ., -

lawn is moist before you put on seller by a record-shattering margin. Come in and see what '

the insecticide treatment. Irrigate "" the buying's all about-at your Chevrolet dealer's soon!Ic. -
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thoroughly before you ap .. \
ply the insecticides. This aids '

in the spread and penetration '-,. .

t>f the insecticide into the. turf .
}' mat.

The recommended Insecticides .
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for use by home gardeners 'now :.; #

Include: DDT, Diazinon, V-C 13, -
y and Trithion. DDT has lost much !::; ;;

{- of its effectiveness in some of .\, .
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the southern parts of Florida, I
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and one of these other pesticides
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should. be used for 'consistentlygood II I \ ___

results. If you are having I -. _
difficulty M Mr Spoil Crap with nomia Body fey FisherdllY'S -
.in controlling chinch
bugs with DDT (..."" .
try one of the "

r other recommended materials,
r because they have controlled '

have chinch become bugs, resistant that apparently to 'DDT. I : :. CORVAIR WINS YEAR'S .

Chinch! bug controls must be TOP AWARD! .

carefully made if they are to be .. .
effective 3;
Taylor'says.. But
; Corvair the unanimous nod of
i .,'. got
you can use a simple and Inex:
"" : a
the it walked with .
pensive: piece of equipment experts as away s f.;
? .; Meter Trend Magazine's coveted .
; ... Jar attachment to a garden '. : ,-
:4': Car-ef-the-Year award. And you'llknow '
V hose. Use the type which de

r livers 'coarse.spray and a large why in a hurry once you driveit.
I = Cervair's satiny ride, nimble

handling and read-gripping trae-

'fiea have ,winning A '

; TV Bob .. ways with people CHEl"ROUT. c.vait700 4-Door Secfaa

: : as well as prizes. F TT f-.icII TT-T- ***" (wttfc a pnctK: Oy Bat floor tfefs Just right for fee)

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;. .. ..', o:,'..ail makes ..,.'*' ,J I; .' L, ::. Sae;ctteYrelet Cars Chevy's Corvair and Corvette_at.Your Local Authorized. CheyroletDealer's;

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