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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 21, 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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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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.. VOLUME-, NO. '28 -. BUNNELL FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 21, I960, $2.50 A YEAR.
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i': or Legion OfficersTo I Dr. Reynolds Plans -- \ T.- W. Robinson, I"Man Killed On


Attend School Open House At His I New Director Highway 1 Here.


:< ,' :Of Instruction Office .Here Saturday Of Soil ,DistrictT. Early Yesterday .

:. I i! Mrs. DeeDe Reynolds Brous:
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,' 'sard will be guest of honor at :' 3
.', i- Plans,,were made at the? Monday Open House which will be held W Robinson, Callahan, Robert Jackson, Cox, 45, of

ya. ::-J evening :meeting ::of,, The in the office of Dr. ,Allen, ,Reyn- 1r has been appointed director of. Oak Ride, Tenn., was dead on
':.:" American Legion, Post 115 for olds this Saturday afternoon the Flagler County ConservationDistrict arrival at the Flagler Clinic and

g. newly'\ ted ,officers to attend from 2 to 5 ro'clock. J and will assume his Hospital at 7:35 Wednesday
Je' the annual Fifth District School ; duties Monday, August 22. morning following accidenton
;: r of Instruction to be held in Pa. Dr. Reynolds Is holding Open i Mr. Robinson takes the po U.S. Highway 1 north of the
.y House in his, office 111 North
( latka on Sunday,. August 7. I sition formerly held by Alton Bunnell. city limits.
State St., honoring his sister
,:- Planss were made for a Joint i is : !Harris who has been promoted Mr. Cox, a pedestrian waS I
who visiting here and also
;' .. meeting of, the Legion and Auxiliary -,: marking the reopening of his 41 I and who left Bunnell yesterday walking &orth along the pave. :

g. : In. September: to hear reports I office which'has been closed I for his new work in.Athens, Ga. ment on the northbound traffic ';'
of Gary Holland and Danny I An unusual coincidence relat lane when he was struck by a
during his corivalesence from I 1-
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..'" Fjailey on the recent session I II ing to Mr. Harris is that he car traveling north and driven
t of Boy's State In Tallahassee.. I severe bums" received during I I,!came to Bunnell on July 20, I by Mrs. Delvina Leon Rouzie of
the l April. EARLY,START. .... Baby buggy 1952 and leaves exactly eight Fort Lauderdale. A second car.
It was.reported that All friends -are..invited to call bandwagon belongs to Katrina [ later, July 20, 1960. He traveling north was passing Mrs. 11
L state headquarters of the Legion Vanden Beuvel, 7-months-old, years I I .Jj
and visit his. office and meet .
has sold his home here whichhe Rouzfe at the same time, and ..j
t and Auxiliary are being moved I his sister: -_ who boosts her dad for Congresson
built while resident of Cox stepped into the line of
t- ,to the recently completed head. : her dally outings.. In New I a .
I traffic.A j
quarters in Orlando this month. II I York's Central Park.Annexation Bunnell.Mr.
.- The moves. are expected to be I Thompson is a :native of coroner's inquest was held
F. I Wauchula, but has lived in Cal- and after investigation which
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completed by August ;1. The Bunnell Suit
Le- Couple I lahan for the past year and a: found no .negligence on the
for the
state headquarters i
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half. He is married and has five I i I part of the driver. She was re
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Tallahassee !
; glon .Is being moved from Gets ..
Y where d it has been for i W rites of Trip to Postponement children-all boys-ranging iri j I leased. \,

.. II I age from 12 to 2 years. Riding with Mrs Rouzie were
.. .. _. ', about 10 years.: The Auxiliary 'I I I
[ The suit in Circuit Court
by
;,, Alaskan HomeMr. Mr. and Mrs. Harris have a her mother and two children.
will be moved I
: r C headquarters .
: ...'. from Jacksonville where it has I the Flagler Beach; Property Owners I host of friends in Flagler county I I Craig Funeral Home is in
Association against the who charge of arrangements and
regret to see them leave, are
-;.... .. been Post for Commander the past 22 Coy years.Harris and Mrs. Clifford Higgin- I Town of Flagler Beach regarding i I but at the same time congratulate preparing the body for shipmentto '
botham and daughters arrivedin annexation of certain territory
J them on the promotion. Oak Ridge for buriaL i
and Tong Duncan will serve as Willow Alaska, on July 10/I I has been postponed until

.Legion representatives on a j i I according Information received ,.t September,""Mrs. Helen Sindelar, I :
:\\cpmmltiee to work for a, freer here Mr arid Mrs. I Dr. Knowles.. -
by Walter J I I secretary oC;;the association, said i, '.':
y dental clinic to be held in
Flag
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t': .<* .'." far county.: ,The movement Isi j 1.f here Cody.July The'1 Higginbothams to drive to Alaska left I'I'f today A court hearing was scheduled I t Polio Seems Fatal I Joins Local .

ir 'sponsored by the Methodist;: where they will pioneer for two for today. The ,suit was
_-. Men's Club ''of Flagler Beachi I To Young Adult Hospital Staff
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years. f filed last March.. I ;
." ...... ).,....- tot .., ........ I :" lfcr- *I The,'grovp iof,propjertyuownersare : I ,
"i'f' Follow *e-excerpts-koni) a't "Dr. Henry; A. Knowles recently '- oJI
Males As
'have
their lands Group
< seeking to
$: ,L ": Teen Dance .: i letter written *by Mrs. Higglo- taken out of the extended [ I I Joined the staff of the FlaglerClinic
I botham to Mrs. Bette McDanlel? 1 I and Hospital, it was
] boundary lines ot the Town of i iI '
I while enroute: Young adult males, unlmmu.1'I learned today. '
tt Has Big Crowd 'I I Flagler Beach which were I[.nized against polio, Dr. Knowles is a native of
I my'birthday I l[ act at .
changed legislativE
"We celebrated by a group among the fatal victims Marianna, Florida, and had his
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Tuesday Night yesterday by starting out on the I I the 1959 session.ROTARY of the 'disease in Floridain premed at Florida State University -

I Alcan Hi'ghway at Dawson I I I 1959 and so far this year according and received his medi
F Creek. The girls had blown up j to a statement jssued cal training at the University
The -Teen Dance had. the I 24 balloons and tied them toI I[ SPEAKER this week by Dr. James O: Bond of.:Miami.' He completed his in-

i\, largest attendance of the season I would like to have seen the I(FROM DAYTONA director of the Bureau of Pre-I I terne training at the Mobile

; Tuesday night at the Flag- regular sized 'steaks Boy, these I Guest speaker at the Rotary ventable Diseases of the General Hospital in Mobile, Ala.
,' ;ler JBeaclv. Recreation!>n Hall, Mrs. people know how to .eat. I I Club luncheon meeting today: I I State Board of Health.: I II He has also served in the Air

[ -: Harold Massie said today. "We stayed at Buffalo Bill !I will be F. J. Kay, secretary of I I Dr. Bond noted that there have Corps. He plans to practice
.The theme of the dance wasm
1 1i l the Chamber Commerce of been two deaths from polio so general medicine and pediatrics.He .
\ "Christmas :in July." The guests i Cabin in Nebraska and the girls I I Ii I
,: [Daytona Beach. 1 t far this year, with the hot and his wife are residingat
i bought Indian silver belts. I i
. I Ii
: : were greeted. at the door by Mrs. i not than
Mr. Kay will speak on the weather season more the Maszk Apartment on the
i took movies of some of the Sioux I j!
'.. dressed Santa'sHelper
Philip Kester, as
'_ !t half He said both of the '
significance Tourism in "The gone. corner of Palm and Chapel.
children dressed in feathers and!!
and Mrs Jasper White. I
Greater Daytona Beach Area," deaths were those of unimmun-
: ; Mrs. Massie, as Mrs. Santa all. ..
I i I ized adult males aged 37
I John Cannon, Rotary member, young
Claus was disc jockey for the I i "We've seen so many wild 1 1i said today. and 44 respectively. Last year,

,, evening. i gether as five large flowers. f The meeting will be held in he said, 14 deaths occurred, 11 Services HeldSunday

__ Santa, dressed in red and I!They wrote a letter or two on J the :Masonic Hall at 12:30. I of them among males of whom
white swim trunks and red
f
a t six adult.
each balloon and I was to figure were For
: Santa and beard, arrived at
cap'' out the message. It was "Happy "The young man has a tend-
..4'' 10 o'clock. on, the fire.truck and II Birthday Lois Higginbothanu" horrible looking They look like ency to feel that he is strong

distributed. ,gifts- to -those pres They gave ,me a light meter for old beat-up cracker boxes. Thereare and virile, and that immunization Mrs. Wilson A; ,.'

ent.A I my birthday. I wanted one so lots of trailers, too. I was is for women and children,"

: ......._ 'slow and, fast dance con. I I I our; movies will be clearer: really getting discouraged, but I said Dr. Bond. "Statistics here Funeral services for Mrs. Fer, -
held and the
winners
was
test
with each mile we travel the and in other parts of the country rell Ward Wilson were held Sun
were: Sandra Cowart and 'Tony I I ."We ate breakfast at Dawson .
.. homes look better. There are show that this is. faulty rea day afternoon at 2 o'clock at
Wells of_ Seville;, Tess Massie Creek and while there we sawa many, many log cabins, but soning. Polio cases both fatal the First Baptist Church of Bun-

and Jeff Seale of Flagler Beach; beautiful gray husky. They look real cute. Everything is and nonfatal, are higher among nell. Rev. Thomas Pinner pas

Inez 'j Browning' and Johnny are* so' pretty they look as if looking cleaner too. males of all ages, with the ex- tor of the church officiated. In.

t:i Johns: of Palatka. Prizes were they are always smiling. "Please excuse my Writing, butI ception of women In the early terment was In the family lot

V-" _. awarded to the winners. "The Alcan Highway was so am writing while Clifford child-bearing ages, who are at Adamsville Cemetery, Coleman .

_. .' The Teen Dance next :Tuesday dusty yesterday, but it started drives over all the bumps and more prone to the disease than at 5 o'clock.

night will be regular dress. raining and it is now so muddy. holes and.while the girls keep men their own age." Mrs. Wilson 31, was killed In

The new exhaust fan has been "Last night we stayed at a saying "Oh, look at this mother, "Another fact that must not an automobile accident near

installed In the Center' and Mrs. hotel at Ft. Nelson. We ate dinner O look here, look there, and on be forgotten is that there is no Driscoll, Texas, on July 9.
Massie said they wish' to express at the hotel also. We order- and on. I can't blame them. We such thing as family immunityfrom ':I ActiVe pallbeares were Oscar

their thanks to Robert Danner ed small steaks' at $1.75They saw snow on the mountainsthis polio. This means that the Baldwin Ray Mercer Leonard

who, Installed the fan'without.... were sirloin ,and each coveredthe morning and are continu Immunized father is just as Moody, Calvin Reditt, CharlesRedditt
," charge' 'for his servl s. whole platter. I cut mine ing to see snow capped moun prone to the disease as ever, regardless and Dan English.

., .They also Wish to thank TV ,with. a fork' part of the time..* I tains. Clifford stopped so each of the immunizationwhich Honorary pallbeares were Levi
< ,Bob fer supplying; a mike and and delicious too. I told Clifford girl could put her ,hand in one I his wife and children may Brannam, Sr., William H. Atkin

,extra reeefd player ,for the evening. animals in Nebraska, Kansas, of the small"brooks. Of course have received.* son Dr. Allen Reynolds, Benny
., :Their thanks ,also, to Mr. Missouri and
Wyoming. WeVe the water was ice cold. "I strongly urge our young Black, H. V. Peavy, O. C Shel-
an4 ,Mrs, Sam' Nowicki, for>'eve seen" prairie dogs, rabbits, jack "We Just passed Muncho Lake. men, especially those under 40, ton, Charles Creal and Walter
eMi albums of .records 'which rabbits, antelopes, deer, black Wen asked a SRD man the depthof to get their polio shots. I believe Morris

.' tiny'' have :rs> tdbuteir They' bears, brow*} bears, squirrels, the lake. He said at least it would be well for young Survivors include; here husband
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ware ateo epess1ng 'their apFiMW' buffalos_ ,moose; and coyotes. 1,000 feet. You should have* wives to use the influence they 'Earl Wilson' ; two sisters,
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..'Z Ifefeted star which he I r tional Park so much. The bears greenishblue."We persuade them to be Immu- Nevada,'and Mrs. Leona Elsen-

-.ptaee-e*;tegmtt <*the build-' are. so friendly and such hams just saw: three wild nised. The, stark tragedy of a bach of 'Bunnell; one brother

tegt, :" .1 I while getting their picturestafcan. ho.rses beside the road. This young family left fatherless bya Hubert E. Ward of Cupertino.
Th -aim..expressed tfceir ,ap* I .. They :Juat. keep moving r morning-: took a picture f a' fetal case of polio, caused,by California.

preciafett J tttt Pfeuter- .. their. headu. 'tan aide to ..Me. girl .taking hoaae a colt- She failure to get polio shots, can Craig =Funeral Home of Bun

>W d" eo.1 4 me w moat of them,I I said some wild horses "stj"loin be avoided, and certainly should nell .was In charge of arrange

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R : pertinent:' Facts. .1 ways have been completed and j All of the multi-laned Inter:.'either Interstate pprirnary,c,be-j i fornia without 'jjtijljlplknt', y"

>- ; ,. opened.x.to,. x.to w traffic in Florida im r by 90 per cent Federal funds.tween-all majorities in.Flo. !- t traffic lights," stop slgTnsWr grade '

r.','" About Status. f":\ r the 'first41J, months, of':this 15-1 t arid 10 per cent State money, are'(Ida."W: ./ j level crossings. .V Y k>'; .

year: program, at ,'a.-:?cost of!![separate from the record-breaking ;,1 Florida ,has four' Interstate Much. of Florida's early Interstate '
'III" $72, OOOOO. fIn ... I four-laning' .also ,in construction
State HighwaysFlorida 1 program routes: Route 95-down the east has' been on

addition, more ,than '145 ;|progress on the state- maintained !i[I coast from Jacksonville; to Miami Route,4, which starL *north of '
II" ki. ', has completed the | primary system. I St 1
miles' are now under construction j Route 75 from "northwest of Petersburg, crosses Tampa
: fourth year of construction and total of almost I j Florida !|Lake City to Tampa, Route 10
with price
,I a tag now: has more than -\l: nunuea on 6}
its portion of the rfroni page ,;
.. planning on ,$117,000,000. Much of this i 850 miles of four-laned primary Jacksonville to Pensacola, -.- i '._. _,,_ f
\ National System of Interstate mileage is on projects that are 1 highways almost three times [t and Route 4 from St. Petersburg .. THE OUTBOARDER: S ."|
., and Defense Highways, with I in ; to .Daytona Beach. .
: expected.:to be completed the the mileage of just Aye years I 1 .j
more thanhalf: a billion dollars I next Jew weeks. I II Authorized Evlnrude Dealer -*.
:- in the- interstate projects either ago. Routes, 95, 75 and 10 will link BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS
.' I The State Road Department Is i A long range goal of the Road Florida with such distant statesas ///1
': ;, completed, under construction or I r 1 Dockage Storage Free Ramp }j
I now right
T in-the advanced planning stage, acquiring p( way i Department' Killian pointed out, Maine. Michigan and Call. WU FINANCE ". Jt',

.,; Walter L. Reyell of the Florida I Valued at' approximately $20.,;i|Is to provide multi-laned routes, state routes, which are financed 825 Ballou&h: Rd-Daytona j-t{
000,000for 50 additional miles : :
;,;:.,' 'StateRoadDepartment: '$a d.'f .....- 1.f ,
: : of, .the new superhighways.
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,::. 'Y, ,' : The-Interstate, a rpadbuilding I William B. Killian chairman. : :

;' S:: program without ,precedent in of the State Road Board; said r'f AREA BUSINESSDIRECTORYI i

.:" '',- 'World* history,' was launched on construction plans.are being developed ;

':_ July 1/ 1956, by the 1956 Fed- for more than, 175 miles
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eral Highway AcC: with a combined constructionand i ;" I 't
"" AUTO SERVICE ;y ", BUILDING SUPPLIES FLOOR h. _
,.r Almost 50 mileS: of the new right of way cost estimated I COVERING ,
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,_ ', multi-laned, limited access high. at '$300,000,000. 1 McDANIEL'S: WICKLINE Tilecraft Company v -, I

The Road Department also J Service. Station ', Building Supplies "LET US. FLOOR'YOU"' 'I
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> SS has .$10,000,000 in preliminary
: "CL FID: engineering under agreement 1 STANDARD OIL PRODUCTSTiresBatteriesMinor CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS Armstrong&vKeniile j
: Sold I'
: STEEL and Installed j
arid in ;
surveys are on
program
Repairs .
: ..' All Work Guaranteed
[ 60 miles of future Interstate es- Flagler Beach HE 9-2254 \'
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j : Bunnell ID 7.7119 Ormond Beach OR 7-3181: ,
timated to cost. better than $40- ... === '

'. ,; ':. : Listings under this beading are: 000,000. Biddle Gulf Service'GASOILtUBRICATION CLEANERS FURNITURE rj!
-"s, ..' 3 cents per word each. insertion, :That gives Florida substantial
.-''. 75 '.cents i.. minimum charge. progress on a total of.430:milesof I Ormond Bedding* and !
BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY .
-;: GULF TIRES & BATTERIES Furniture \
Co.
FOR -RENT, -Furnished upstairs its"allocated 1,110 miles of Interstate ... '
:apartment' in the Idelsoh build4ng. -' highways. Open 7 A }.L-1.10 PM,-7 Days CLEANING Substantial Discounts on All oFDEOSSOF
N I FUUNlTtmE
: Apply to Mrs. Glover In tie Killian pointed out that the State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 SERVICE $10 Tfadeln' Covers Down Payment

apartment.. 7-21-2tp I Road Department's new, 1960.61 CLOSED Open THURSDAY Daily S to 0 NOON_ I R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner

-: '- : FOR SALE-boat and motor Al 'budget, effective July 1, includes Colonial Service StationEARL Phone ID 7-3i88 69 Granada, prniond Hen. OR 7-6411 I

fft' ..." -" so a house trailer chassis. See $55,000,000. to .complete E RICE PrpprietorGASOILLUBRICATION 115 N. Bay St. -_ Bunnell GARDEN SHOP
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Interstate work already under
'. Calvin' Bowden, 126, N. Railroad J JIZeadauarters
f ; : Gray's Garden Center .
Bunnell. 'way and $60,000,000 for new. Interstate MOTOR TUNE-UP CONCRETE PRODUCTS ? .1
St '
721.2tp
;i; construction. for Gardening Need \
.... .. .. GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES Ceramics Gifts. Dry Arrangement ,
!li-r' FOR SALE-1.year.old 14-foot .t U.s. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL I Your "Q" For Concrete Material _

;40 fiber glass fishing boat, bait I Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers :t

r.:,. .. ,. 'wells, Cox'Trailer, Scott 3.6 HP WORLD OUTDOORS GET YOUR GOBOYand Dial CL 3-8113 TORO LAWN MOWERS "

' -,' motor., $3So.OO Flagler Fish .make ,Carts with McCullock, DAYTONA BEACH 147''Tomoka Avenue OllMOND-Ph. On'1-05U I

;;.";." .', Camp,. Bunnell. 721ltcFOR sy > savx r 'West Bend, or Clinton Engines. '
" Tires and Cart accessories, 'at 'Quillian's Concrete, Inc. HARDWARE t
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\ SALE- room house 'completely CORBETTS SUNOCO SERVICE \

furnished 2 blocks from STATION / i Bunnell Farmers Supply-Co, ,
ra DRUG STORES ,"
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ocean. Full price $5,000.00 Five Tel. S I JOHN DEERE :
':t. Bunnell ID 77123Hall's : Agricultural&Industrial Equipment I
f' hundred down:, fifty per month, ttVT'OU can have your "world STEEL I
'.(- Lot 50 x 100, good, buy. Phone t ,* outdoors'' a city-bred friend Atlantic Station Anderson Drug-StorePrescriptions 4 Bars &: Shapes Hot & Cold,Rolled

:: 4., HE 9-2024 **t.. r- 7-14-2tc 'saId recently. ''Me-I'll take the Jack Hall,"Proprietor' .- S Black.l &Galvanized Pipe & Fittings I
l. I LAWN MOWER REPAIRS .
asphalt jingle, the big city. AnyI ,- SIck Room Supplies ,
.. WANTED.Lady to live in and time you want to know where: you t GASOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccessories Sundries DEEN RD. Phone !*' 7I14S'THAT ,._

?,. ; care for children. Room, board, .are, you walk up to the nearest FAMOUS:PAINT ','.
: policeman and Where Am ROAD SERVICE BUNNELL
iMi: and: small .salary. Phone HE 9- say ;
I?' -and not lost BUNNELL, Tel. ID 7-3652
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you're any
Exclusively at
r. 2248. 7.14.2tp .
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r[,. FOR SALE- .Furnished 2 bed: more.. Feeling kindly',at the moment, I Sullivan's Gulf Service" .Moody's Pharmacy.Flagler DrUg FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE
saw no reason to, point out that County's Corner Store Dt'IWt! '
'
9 room .
, ,.' house on Deen Road, close GULF .
thisfriend's dislike of the world PRESCRIPTIONS '
.. In. Contact owners on premises ".
; outdoors stemmed, no doubt, GASOILSLUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSORIES DRUGS-SUNDRIES Flagler: Beach HE 9-2103 "
at, 405 Deep ,Road
; W., 7-21-ltp from the 'fact that he had experienced Beach Information '
an unpleasant few hours "Specializing, In Service and FOUNTAIN SERVICE Village Hardware.Center.
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: RAWLEIGH Dealer wanted at Clean Rest Rooms" .
,
during a vacation to one of our Bunnell Fla. Phone ID 7.3661 HOUSE PAINTS. v '
;':, once Flagler Co, Good In The Heart of Flaglor Beach '
oppor 'national parks. He'd'strayed off' Match and mix any color
qit-'.'': ;- tunity. :See Mrs.:Edd Nokes, 40 the beaten path and managed to AUTO REPAIRSShields ORMOND PRESCRIPTION Builder's Supplies ..Kitchenware .
-S Whitney, St I
Augustine, or. get himself lost, PHARMACYSick GIFTS GREETING CARDS

t<; ,_: write Ra\ylelgh's'Dept. FAF-360- Being'lost la the woods or forestIs Service' Station Room Supplies-Sundries AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420

.. ,105, :Memphis, Tenn. unpleasant experience, even Arcadlus Habet M.echanlc' 24-Hour Prescription Service. '
.I = .' July 7i2t"& 28-3tp for the veteran Woodsman. They COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS JEWELER ; .1
Free
in BeachRt.
get lost, too'aloughnot_ so often f Delivery Flagler ,
ti : BARBER"SAW SHOP as the ourlst' who takes to theforest Right Now Well Overhaul and. ORMOND AlA 1 mI. North of O. 'F. BEACH 5 i
II IItc' I Repair Your Power MowerNo BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661
: '. Grinding; filing and setting att' full of joy and enthusiasm Job Too Big Or Too Small ," .Jeweler.- S
,.. '" residence,"'Lambert & Anderson and with nary a thought about 111 No. Bay SU. Bunnell Thompson Pharmacy Elgin WatchesDiamondsExceptional '
: where he Is, or where he is going,
'- Streets. Phone, .- 'ID 73314. until suddenly comes the r.aHza--. EDGAR'S GARAGE' Your Health Is Wealth Gilts. : \
: ,6-30-4tp Put YourPJlESCBIPTIONS .
T lion that he doesn't know,whether 24-Hour Towing Service Watch Repairs-Engraving

> ; SEPTIC"TANK his car or, cabin is, one mile or a 40. ,v.. Granada Ormbnd Dcnch.' '
--Cleaning reasonable hundred, away-or in which direction. COMPLETE' AUTO ,REPAIRS In Our Hands OR 7-2384 .-=r.,'". .
I r;'{ : rates. George/Jarosz_ : Phone. Automatic Transmission Service OrmORd Drug. & Prescription Shop ..'
ID 7-3410 6.16- Wheel. Balancing-Front End I 141 W. ,Granada-Oonond 7.1421 PAINTING CONTRACTOR ,' ',_
( :. ., ,'- 12-8-tp I The moment, of impact. the Alignment :: ..;.
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::. sudden discovery that one is"loseis :to Granada Orrooad -OR 7OS93AUTOMATIC
NEED MONEY? a:' crucial moment. TRANSMISSION I Flagler Beach Sundries R. Moody S :T'

1' c<. _, ',. .' Become art AVON REPRESEN There Is the urge to panic-and: 'SEALTEST ICE CREAM

(::_:/:'':. TATI'Lockhart E.' Write Flarx -,Manager' box .246 panic worse..only The makes: ,frightened the: situation person HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC I Swim Suits for PAINTING, :. a r{,:t',

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:, JUST ,ARRIVED valuable energy, 'and .making Repairing'Rehuildiag; BUNNELL, FLORIDA .:

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'i' I $445.00, .Easy Terms. Thompson him, AUTOMATIC 1239 Ridgewood TRANSMISSIONS'Holly .Hill GILL -DRUG COMPANY RADIO-TELEVISION S .

1\1' : -: :Music',Co.*135. 'VoJasia Ave., Daytona The, ...best' insurance against OR '7-lS8t y
"' Beat CL, 28215. beteg'lost in the woods Is to plan Walgren AgencyPRESCRIPTIONS PAUL'S RADIO & TV' -

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+ no te, a,waterproof container, aceu-, Ormond Beach OR-7-2852
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(: _.'- c." fee witt Wet weo<< *... The BAMBOOBAR Blacks Flower Shop ,' ,'
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save .. & COCKTAIL 2"blocks west of Railroad on ,
f;; Ytl lDll>ilately. HARRIS --.- : Shade 'Trees, Potted Plants .
. :> ,'S, :BOTTLE, GAS' COMPANY Phone 'I LOUNGE, Jlpbdy, turn Tight on Forsythe Shrubs x :

1 'I--- ,JD'l-'t' : ,;;'&II119 1L 1-21 .tfJOBNSTON'S -F t. 0peR Under' New Mmagonu t F1ow8rs foe, All OcosaioaxBtiitnell 1.000: plants free; one with every ..'1
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1 : :i. >, / /j :- J :'I : WSCS MEETING I Ii METHODIST CHURCH NEWS | Mrs. Nettie Bnisichreturned/, !I
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Rev ;
,, The regular meeting of the .Reynold Hoover,.minister j j Monday !
: 3- i Morning worship 10:30 A. M. -spending two months in'-',her.
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: Woman's Society for Christian !
/ :Tlagle; V.each ,'JrLFNA I Service was held last Thursday Sunday school, 9:30A.M., Spe- former home, Cleveland, ,
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music relatives. ; .
'. .morning at the home of Mrs.: cial by the choir. > : .
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.. -" Telephone, ,.,>-HEmlock 9-2898 _, =.I Johnson co-hostess. .- Flagler, Woman's Club building. Mrs.: Reid Moyer, Sr.;:left'for; !
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Mrs. George Bondy was in CHURCH GROUP ON spend this month withy heir' ',
LITTLE LEAGUE NEWS 'II' METHODIST MEN'S CLUB \ .1
a charge of the devotional and a VACATION HERE daughter. : .: i I
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The ,Flagler Beach' Rebels lost t ta The' Methodist Men's Club ,solo, "Trees was sung by Miss Rev. and Mrs. M. L'Brock from ;- :: ",
..heart-breaker at Crescent City met Monday eveQing' at the'I.Emily Gage, accompanied by Brevard, N. C., are spendingtheir (Continued to page 1l) r ,{
I home of Harold Massie, with 'a' Mrs. Lehr at the The vacation Hull I .
Monday evening by a score of Ray piano. .here in the '
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9 to$." The little Rebels playeda good attendance.. Guest speakerwas program entitled "Leisure Time," cottage on North ALAThey i E
'top notch ball game but a Dr. Allen Reynolds. was led by Mrs. Bernie Wilson. have with them Ella Mae Ship. ..
fe\v-,ostly errors gave the Crescent I Election of officers for the en- Sixteen members,' were presentfor man, Shirley Hall, Linda Hemp-] Community : ,
.City boys all the edge.they suing year was held. Those the inspiring' meeting., hill, Peggy Hall, Ruth Shipman j Memorial Church, E
needed to win: elected were: Ray Lehr, presi Ray Lehr will behostess for Mrs"l and Jimmy Hill, all from .Bre. } ,j
dent Clinton Hull, vice 'president ] IDter-4eDomIDatioDal.. I
; August nth meeting_ vard. Rev Brock conducted the
The boys.:are. looking like a ;'Harry Treadwell, secretary I,evening. service at the Baptist AIR CONDITIONED -._. t
real ball club, and are doing and treasurer.' The August meeting VISITORS ENJOY. I Church here Sunday evening. Daytona Are.
good work .for their first year. : will be at the home. of Ray DEEP SEA FISHING I FLAGLER BEACH

Their new' uniforms will be 11 1 Lehr' Visitors here with Mr. and .Friends of J.W_ Gren will re-I Sunday School 10:00 A.M.,.
ready for their next garnet t Mrs. .Charles Sindelar are Mr. gret to learn that he was ill last I Church Service nooM..
thanks to the merchants and The Methodist Church enjoyed and Mrs. Polacek of
Sylvester week and has entered the Vet. I I R. W. DlCKERT Paator
businessmen ,
of Flagler Beach. their picnic Saturday after Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. Gene eran's Hospital in Lake City for ,; EVERYONE WELCOME
Greatly appreciated donations I moon at the home of the Gage Sarver from McHenry, Illinois. medical attention. 1 I I-& -- .... _.
came from the following: North AlA. There their visit have l -
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l Hardware:, Beach Service'Station bership present.Mr. trips and Mr. Sarver had the PERCE STRINGS 4 BUDDY
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ler Pier & Restaurant, Presswood I and Mrs. Henry Shill en- amberjack. -, THAT'S AN Ate'Q01 -SHE DOESN"r WAtKNTO
votrve cat
Standard Gas, Babbitt PlumbingCo. i tertained during Sunday and t
.. Dorothy & Leonard RiCh Monday her mother, Mrs. James Mr.:' and Mrs..Albert Boseman j FLAGLER. ;
,son, E H. Threadgill, lld.1 Phoeni c, and sister, Mrs. Harry and their four children of Jack J s" HARDWARE
'Service' Station, AlA I Jennings, from Orlando. sonville spent Sunday here with AMP 5tE FOR YDUffeEL? .
B. T. Hord, E. V Taylor, AlA I Mr., and Mrs. Myles Meeks. Mr.II L THE WOKOEBFULBAROA1MS
:Motel, TV Bob.Sullivan's Mrs. Mildred Clemence and Boseman returned to Jackson- 1 THEY HAVE
) Gulf Station, Flag daughters Barbara and Vernlce, ville with Mr. and Mrs. Meeks TO Off eR.r .
ler :Beach Barber Shop, Flagler :arrived Monday to spend two but Mrs. Boseman and the chil- -
:Food Store, Marie's Gift Shop I weeks here with her mother, dren remained to spend this J '. a
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John Preer, ,Blackwell Restaurant ,Mrs. Nettle Brusich. week.Money. 1 ".
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Tomoka; Truck Stop:Lucy Robinson =J

Mildred Landers. I
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GREGORY the boys''''PHILLIP next home ANDERSON game. i-I Pork Chops) 69 ShorteningLimit 39.

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arrival of a son who was born f FIRST CUT : .Ib W ,.
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TO ATTEND NATIONAL' Enjoying a visit here with. Mr.' and Mrs.' Frank Polhill \ '

l MEETING OF LEGAL 'I Mrs. J. C. Hilderbrandt and Mrs. .and children Clewiston, Flor 1'

t SECRETARIES_ William Harr are Mr. and Mrs. I ida, visited here a short whUe'c:;

Mrs. Eileen :Maszk leaves dur : Earl Witzelb of McKeesport, Pa. with friends one day last week. ;
frig the weekend to attend the !I Mr Witzelb is the son of Mrs.; r 4..;.
I LOCALS National Legal Secretaries convention -" Hilderbrandt and the brother of Mr. and Mrs.. F. H. Howell i:'

in Atlantic City, N. J. Mrs. Harr. have as their guests his son in ;

She .will serve as a delegate -. law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs..
Beach Keith Thompson of New York '.
from the Daytona Legal j'
Mrs. D. D. and daugh-
I Open House ModesIdelsonOf Secretaries.She Moody City, for a two weeks visit.
ters, lona and Nita, visited in .
Here also with the .
will also Visit for short visiting
Afternoon a
Saturday interest to friends here is Baxley, Ga., Thursday through
F f time in ,Philadelphia and WashIngton Howells last week were his -t''
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Fi i! Dr. Allen.Reynolds is planning the announcement of the marriage before returning to her Sunday with relatives. brother in law and sister, Mr. 11
[j to hold Open House at his office. of Miss Eva Modes,of Pronxr home here. t tI --- and Mrs. C. Hall of Labelle, and ,
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New York to Mr Max Idelson Mr .
111 North State Street, on Saturday his brother and sister in law, f.- I
afternoon, July 23, from of Leesburg, Florida on July 10, L Mercer this week is their granddaughter Mr. and Mrs A. A. Howell; of I,
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Mrs.O C. Lucht/and Kev-
son Nancy Lee Lyons, of
1960.: Immokalee. .
2 to 5 o'clock.Dr I
Reynolds is planning Open The couple were married in in, of Milwaukee Wis., arrived I Jacksonville. I
Sunday for a visit with her (Continued 8)
in Pronx. parents on page i
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mark the
House to reopeningof ,they were.honored : Mr. and Mrs. W. H. King,I Mr. and Mrs. Maj?< Porte visit I
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his ; at"a in the and her brother in law and sis- ed in Valdosta, Ga., last week- WEEK'S !
17 when he reception Temple I
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I, ter, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. : law'and
was seriously burned. Also will Hall which was attended by two Matherly end with their son in REFRIGERATION SERVICE,1-,1
daughter, A-lc Larry Tidwell Refrigeration
hundred invited guests.Mr. -
honor his sister, ,Mrs. DeeDe ,'.
Mr. and Mrs.Dave Dobson and their little son, Donnie, Commercial "
Broussard who former and Mrs. Idelson are i I I
Reynolds
resided here and who: with honeymooning in Miami and have returned' from a visit to They were accompanied from I I't l Repairs to all makes of major ,'
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of :Florida. Atlanta, Ga., with Mr. Dob_ son's Jacksonville by their daughter, household appliances >
her-husband'will_ be visiting here other points They 't i
several days. will reside in Leesburg.', children. ,Catherine. Porte. I Phone ID 7.3191 iI
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DeeDe is the wife' ,of ,Doctor :Mrs. Elise Atkinson of Baxley, I j
Broussard who has been stationed BABY. :' DAUGHTER,, Ga. visited here Tuesday through 1 ", FREE PAINT I- 1
with the Army in California, Mr.- and Mrs. Alvirr Marshall, '
with Mr.and choice
Sunday : Mrs. Harry -One, extra gallon of your
i and has just completed his internship Jr.,' of Garden Kansas,. announcethe Atkinson and children. with each gallon you buy Bunnell Theatre
at the Letterman Hospital arrival of a daughter, born

i there. They are being July 16. The little lady weighedsix l Rev. and :Mrs. Thomas Pinner Mary Carter Paint Store

.I- transfered to Ft. Jackson S. C.; pounds and three ounces. I had as their house guests several Al,o' \Veatsrate Chopping Onter Fri. & Sat. July 22.23

,where they will be stationed.She The' new arrival is the granddaughter j I days last week his parents, -ELECTRIC.

is looking forward to greet- : .of"Mr.: and Mrs: LelandLyons Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pinner, THE. t MONSTER
ing friends: : and former class-: of .Jacksonville and, the Sr., of Jacksonville. oi'SERVICE -amdTHIRTEEN -
mates Saturday. afternoon.Dr. I great-granddaughter of Mr. and TV
GHOSTS
Reynolds; said friends are Mrs. J, V. Mercer 'qf Bunnell. .Johnny Stanish of Sanford I ,
invited to ,visit his office and
spent Tuesday here visiting Sun. &, Mon. 24.25
July
to meet his sister Saturday after. Guests of Mr.-arid Mrs. MB.. with the Paul Stanish family.Cueists .
noon. McDaniel during the,past weekend all makes I THE ADVENTURES OF
were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vel- I an'd HUCKLEBERRY FINN
this
week of Dr. I
l Arriving Wcek-end for a lnte *and daughter, Pam, and Mrs. Allen ReYIoldsare Mrs.I Sales, Tubes and ,

visit with Mrs. Lady< Allen 'are'her also her mother, Mrs. Alberta Nettie Lambert and daughter, Antenna Installation. Starring

brother 'and sister in law, Edwards, of Sharon, Pa. Theyare Nettie, of New Iberia, La.. Theyare I Tony Randall and Patty
:; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Choate of vacationing in Daytona McCormack .
t mother and. sister of Mrs. : PHONE HE 9-2204 I _
', Jefferson City, Mo They will be Beach and also spending sometime Reynolds. J .' .

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; of Kansas'City.Mo. and daughters; Rose, iary and '" ; .-Jtj. SPEND LESS... .,. -.. 1
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Recentguests"of Dr., and Mrs.,. in, New'Jersey<<: '.yJ ere,.they, ;,_ g4 : \ SAVE TIME... kr :
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.miles( Interstate is 'now under IN CHANCERY NO. 40-11 I : : '
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I ;STATE HIGHWAYS' construction from Jacksonvillewest IN RE: ADOPTION BY : .: : 2',"" ,
PAT R. WELCH and 'j .
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; Continued. from casr, 2) to Sanderson on. Route 10. JOSEPHINE. S. WELCH.. / ; :; 0I'

{ Bay: via the completed Howard I NOTICE OF PETITION Petitioners..FOR I : :

] ; r Frankland Bridge,' and 'tuns.fromTampa The $14,000,000 Julia Tuttle \DOPTION I I' C '
i. TO: ROSELLA LANHAM Qny ,-
past Lakeland, .to Or. Causeway3 between Miami and- 400 West Monroe j ,

.Miami Beach is the only com- Kokomo. Indiana ,
lando and Daytona .Beach. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat I : .,
Twenty-one miles are open; to pleted segment of Interstate in a petition has been filed In the : 1 ct
above :styled Court. by Pat R. 1 t
traffic between Tampa and Lakeland I Dade County, but several projects Welch and Josephine S. Welch' ". > .--., -. .

/ and .construction is in are under: way to .extend husband and wife for the adoption <
of
Pat Roy
Lanham. Jr.. a minor '
,V progress all- the way from Lake Route 95 from downtown Miami by the petitioners Pat R. Welch '.. : { ,

land to Orlando. All of the north_ to Broward County. and and' wife Josephine and you S. Welch are required husband, ,to '. %Vhen. ,t '. .". ..:,.. ,." ., ,

'. Lakeland to Orlando projects Nationwide: the ,Interstate system serve a' copy of your answer or
objections to show cause why said
"'- were designed for-completion by Includes 41,000 miles ot superhighways petition should not be granted on :

'-' ?, the end of this year, but heavy designed to meet sey.the attorneys Vincent &for Pyle.petitioners Attorneys; Kin-at "
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v rains in the spring may' throw the' traffic needs of the United Law 27 South Atlantic Avenue; : ; ;
and file
Daytona Beach. Florida
some of, this work a month orV I States in 1975. Latest figures the original In the office of the ,: f\\T'; /
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;; behind schedule. show that more than onefifthof /Clerk of the Circuit Court on or '
two before ,. A. D.. ( ( :: '
the lat day of August ; :: :
The Jacksonville Expressway, the total system 5,855 miles I960. ." .u. Need,. ., < .
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HEREIN PAIL NOT decreeI I '
or a
;', a. 45-mile urban network, in- 'I=Is open to traffic and .4,353miles .I pro confesso will be entered I. :., ,' : ,
*' against : .
you.WITNESS ,
eludes 17 miles,of Interstate on are under construction. of I .
my hand and seal
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AMERICANA Cities To S- r let ,day of July. A. D.. I960. ) ?
V (Seal. ) .RALPH E. HARBERT : '

V Covingfon Kentucky $y Shirley Clerk Hodges of Circuit; Deputy Court Clerk f ;: ;

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;I II I' FLAGLER IN IN CHANCERY THE CIRCUIT COUNTY NO.COURT 4058 FLORIDA OF. GOO D : .


I WILLIAM, F. HOOD.Plaintiff.. .

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o BARBARA P. HOOD Defendant. .. -. ..,

NOTICE TO DEFEND -
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: ; ;:: :

l...> Barbara. O. Boa P.1577Laurinburg HoodP. i : > '

You are hereby North notified Carolina that 'a mlti f

suit has been filed against you In 'g '
the above entitled cause; ahd you F ; .'
are hereby required to file your-answer "
with the Clerk of this Court
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the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney. 1 S .
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i;':.v... Ray Selden -'
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800 Main Street .
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not later than August 12th A, D
1960. -OFFICE( FORMSpENVELOPES ; ; >" :
&. .If you fall to do, so decree pro ':'. : y-S-. "

:;:. Covington. Kentucky named after Gen. Leonard Covington of Maryland confesso for the will relief be entered demanded againstyou In the >, : ;: \

1- a gallant and distinguished calvary officer of the War of 1812. bill of complaint The nature of I \ : ,
.6;>, was incorporated in 18U. It is located in Kenton County and lies directly said suit being for divorce" ',*. vI / >iJ
,"ll.: : .across the Ohio River from Cincinnati."The,County of Kenton WITNESS my hand and seal of.I "'; 1. : V: ': .r ,:. J
F'- was'named for famous Simon Kenton. Because said Court this 12th day of July '' :. ,.? :; : _. a "
a Kentucky pioneer, A. D. 1960. : c : : ,.' : J ;{ :
ii:: .. of the great quantities of goods entering the South, here the area is '(Official 'Seal) : :
', referred the to the South." RALPH E. HARBERT d" .
IlL : to as "Gateway ,1 tfINVOICES ','- ;.
Clerk of said Circuit Court .I ; '
Points of interest fexriade theWIFGarden of theBishopof Covington is one July .14-21-2&. & Aug. 4-4tc : : :

of Hope. a replica of ,.. .- fr-- .
V Tomb. ecclesi-astical NOTICE. OF APPLICATION FOR' .: .' ." .y J .. J..'. ,'
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:Christ If s tester. Morris TAX DEED jLETTEll: HEADS ;. ;;. ... .
,, Coers. on his first trip to fee Holy Middle West.Covington NOTICE Is.hereby given that A. ::. .';:'', ,.'lJ".. '.-:: lf'.... "S ",. ,' ::.::." .
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W. Kahlert the 'holder of the following .I
land, conceived 1! .idea of bringing has a, large numberof n.f ?
certificate has- filed said certificate -
to America far the benefit of small, diversified. Industries. for a tax deed to be Issued BUSINESS : '.
z -thousands of Americans unable to Principal products include ma- thereon. The certificate.. numberand : ._ .CAEDSSTATEMENTS : : V ,
year of Issuance, the descrip- "
make the trip to tee Holy Land. chine tools, prison equipment, pa- tion of the property and the : ; "

a bit of the fragrance of that holy per products' medicine cabinets, name in which assessed. Is as follows c ,4" :, ; ; : ,:
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V spot. The garden contains thou tools and stamping dies steel Certificate No. 28. 1958, S% Lot ,';; I

sands of trees and plants many doors; candied fruit, beer and ale 5. Block J. Lake Terrace Subdivis is r .. ,_ .

c- with biblical reference. Flowers locks, petroleum products. and: ,George ion. Name Capitanelous.in which. assessed' : : :.//-.1 >.' '. ?'f :\',

i'' have been imported from 24 nations sheet metal products. All said property being In the :: fe' ; BILL HEADS
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} ; of the world-the Them Tree.' Famous'personalities from Cov-. County of Flagler State of' Flor- :*i" ,.

; .::the Rose of Sharon, the Lily of ington include John G. Carlisle, ida.Unless such certificate or certifi- (!;f.,:":;. _;, "t,; ., ;,

-the Valley, the Fig Tree the Secretary .of the Treasury under cates shall be redeemed accordingto v: .J -,' ,; '. .

Cedars of Lebanon to mane buta Cleveland; Frank Duveqeck.known auch'certlftcate law the property or certificates described will in :;i: .
few. as the "Father of American be sold to the highest bidder at ,. ." '
n Eleven miles from Covington Arf'j ClementBornhornoneof the Court House' door on the first '. ., t ;/ .,. .
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rc..... on the Kentucky of the river, America's most' promlnent'scUlptors I960,, which is the' 1st day of August '- : ; 'TICKETS. and TAGS: T:" .. ", "i,.,
',' is the Greater Cincinnati Airport ; Daniel Beard, founder-- A. D. 1960. '; :
this 6th of July. A.D. .
DATED day
rated 12th in size in the nation. of the Boy Seoul movement; and 1960. : :: 't
,. Latonia Race Track considered Henry Farney, Indian; painter. (Court Seal k RALPH E. HARBERT : ; ..;a ,- : >;
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by some the most beautiful in the Covington ,has, an estimated Clerk Circuit Court
Flagler Bounty., Florida. ? ,;
country. is located nearby. St population of 70,000;_Kenton* County July 7-U-1-8--Uc. ..* .,- ;i I, CIRCULARS.ANNOUNCEMENTS. ', )
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CIRCUIT
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NOTICE AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY. : ' Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. CASE : I
I the Board of- County. Commissioners NO. '46SOI -j <, :
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: S2.50, A Year la Advance1W will receive sealed bids on the 1 THE MATTER OF ,
29th day of. July; AD. 1960, at the The Adoption BABY GIRL'
r i! hour of ':00 o'clock. A. M. in the ROSS by JAMES THOMAS :
y TIIR COUNTY JUDGITS COURT office of the ;Cleric of the Circuit SHATTLES and V E RS IE 'Ii < ; k '
IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY Court In ,the Flakier County" CourtHouse DECKER SHATTLES. 'A' : ,:
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FLORIDA IN PROBATE. for the : NOTICE : < I
CASE .HO. S76. 70,000 (seventy-thousand' ) gal TO; JESSIE ROSS ,,< ." .
Estate of Ions R.c.and c/o General Delivery '
IN 1U2
: ARIK, 30.000 '.(thirty thousand) gallons Roanoke Va. W Don'tf ; '
E ANNA SAF deceased. : } ThfeMosfcPRINTING A
V R.C. ,.-1, more or less CUtback .As YOU ABE HEREBY NOTIFIED : ; ::' ,

TO ALL NOTICE PKRSON8 OP PROBATE INTERESTED;'t livered phalt. mix F.O.B in, Bumnelk place 'material.-Florida: ,. ; or that 'a Petition for the Adoption r 4
the. white female minor child : ; ?i
.cEDENT IN THE B8TATK OP... SAID, DE-.. The ,Board reserves' ld-s.the right- to BABY GIRL ROSS was filed In the lJ > ,: q"" :, ;
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? 't.V reject any and above cause .on the 12th day of ,
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+a ? YOU ARE IIERBBT NOTIFIEDthat 12th 'day of, July -A.D. 1960. July; A. D. 1960. by JAMES THOM- I 4' .j K_*, .Jt Y ,
; a written Instrument purport DATED' at .Bunnell Florida this vAS SHATTLES and VERSUS '
ing to be the Last Will and Testament GEO."E. W1CKUNE. Chairman DECKER : :
Rif, of said decedent has been admitted OFFICIAL ..SEAL hereby'commaQded SHATTLES and. you are f'2' :/ <
be and
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to probate in this Court. ATTEST: .Court aporabeiforehthe : ', ; : I
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You are hereby commanded withinlx RALPH E. HARBBRT., Clerk day :'
o calendar month* from the date Board of County Commissioners 12th August. '
V < of the first publication of this no- I Fla.gler'.Coul\ty. Florida' A.D.there 1960 be. why to show the cause Petition if any for ::B1li\V Do ,Some of lie <]Bet .

lice to appear in this Court and July l.-n-2tc ,. Adoption should not be granted. : .

;-1:', show the actionof.cause. It.this any Court you in can.admitting why 'IXTiiB"CMCC1T 'C8ua.e- -1960.-Dated, this,;,12th day Df' _'July.A.D. -C', '" : :: : :' :

ra said Will to 'probate should .KLA UBR C 'WTY,, FLORIDA" .. (Seal) RALPH su E. HARBERT i::'a 1. : :::0 ,
voked.
not stand -unr IN CHAN IIY.'NO..4000.. Clerk, V. r :
<> the Circuit Court
DUANE A. DEEN. .'TIA'0.
S/ SAMUEL, .COSE July 14-21-28 & Aug. 4-ItcPLOR f .
County.'.Judge. Flagler County Plaintiff. k : _
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TY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE ABML Maria GrecoCosentino.
? CASE NO. Vt c/o Greco .
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IN RE: _:Brtate of' '.6S: Reid ''A'''eRae, iD7-32'82
.ANNA .SAFARIK. deceased. BrooklynNew" York -
:a titled that asuit
ir VV NOTICK 'TO V,OWSDITOKS' You has are,been hereby ftled.,against you In MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor '' : ; '

,ANNA AU creditors, SAPARIK."'of, 'Jeceaaed.the estate are of the above entitled required-to ate your and you answer -- : r : < :

hereby notified trod required to file are hereby with the clerk of .thfa Court -'e" IrI} ; :: : > :
any claims ort telMMl. which they and .to 'aervfr'a copy thereof upon !ea ede3.l P.......sa : ; Jt'

may- haTe a alii 't said estate. in the.plaintiff .or plaintiffs attorney. tor. Peddle Hetfrea :
the omen, of tile Opitoty Judse of whose- aame'and' add41resa Is: rtfcerete : ,
< P'la.gler Cevftty. _Horida in the W Cecil Grant Osa4y. Ms1e4paHtlee .
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the date of publication of later than. .August 18th. A. "D. j r T'"n" i; '
this .DOUott. "claim' or demand e" : .
h r must be III acid must 1"8. .4e.ed. as acead eIAM' astir I : ,
ot
., state If you fall to,'do 8 decree pro i ; : ; :
T the ; and post eaefeO.O wtll be aered a.sJn., Flit at tba"/SSI.. < < ,
oinee. ,claimant and YOWl.ferthe relief de4I fft tke: ... .
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bill of ce : : "' .
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,.' supervisor to see that best pos
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1. sible use is made Mortgages :
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program
:j..: For The .Ma'gler ,Area '
with local farmers. needs. Than 1958 ;
.. Figure
; --,'. Appointment ofGeorge G. Six. The other two members are El-

i, 4l .# tna as a member of the FarmerS vin B. Daugharty,; Rt. 1, Box 509 Farm and grove real estate -k

;:; "'" Home Administration Flag- DeLand, and Robert A. Nordmari. mortgages recorded in Florida .;

"A Y+ fer-Volusia Area, Committee was 300 S: Boundary Ave, DeLand. during the last year came to-

announced '.this week by Curtis $48,427,000 third below the
a r. I The committee determines the a f
,,, I ,J, Green; the agency' county supervisor eligibility of individual applicants 1958 figure. Nationally there '.,,;
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I -- serving, the' Central I was a 16 cent gain in these-
for all types-of loans. It per
By Thomas CoKn! > 1 '
tif i" Florida area. I also reviews'borrowers' ,progress recordings the Florida State =;;

DO YOU NEED A WILL? THIS DATA MA.HELP YOU Sixma' ,owns and operates- a II and aids the county supervisorin Chamber of Commerce reports.In :L

, i .' PEOPLE continue.to, grow old (Q) What about putting things I dairy farm near Lake Helen. He adapting the agency's loan 1959, farm mortgages in --I
p:... '. : awill.'ThatIs' : all rlghtUA. hi,Joint- names? HI put our home ,has been a ,successful dairymanfor policies to conditions faced by the state numbered 4,870, about ..:j

U it's. ':what, tliey' want Certainly. ia my wife's.name and mine and many years He is active in (farmers in 'the area.. Members half the 1958 total. The average .. ..
y. : it Is their own Ibus1nes, ;,But letters opened' joint! 'sayings accounts, ,Vplusia county agriculture and J so'that far size of mortgages, however, was <.
are selected so as
: ;on thli subject come to .me. won't my wife be protected? .
has served terms,on the Volusia '
and stood at
' up one-fourth $9,-
: by the score.TheNew ; CA) "Vtoy often a person relies possible different areas or i
.. County ASC and FHA Commit. I 944, marking the first time that
: York State Bar Association i onjoint: or trust account in placeof neighborhoods are represented.
: :. has pamphlet" t called ;,a will and 'then transferor the ;,tees.Two The Farmers Home Adminis. the Florida figure was larger :
. :. : : ""Do. ;you Need"a"Will?" It 1$''a funds to say,.a brokersge>eccount other. members make up I tration makes annual or inter. than the national average. :.

, t_ ,: copunon- .etlse discussion the or takes the money put' to buy mediate term loans to. farmers These data refer to loans, secured \ ,
;& *< : reasons: for making a will.: Jt 'is something, intending to replace it who need funds to by real estate, made dur- _4
; > adequate y
. ,concerned only with the ,laws of day of course, but forget- I I'J
some : JEIr &ack :
: livestock ing the for farm improve-
' t buy equipment and year !
but
: )01 ':' --New York state its message ting to do so. Then the survivor 'J
!ttJ .t has meaning to: people eyefy-: finds she is getting 3 bank .book and longer term loans to build ments and purchases of ad. .1

f't..l ;:t '. where. with her name on it but little Continued from 4 or. repair houses and' other essential ditional property. Florida's peak, >1
#3-,,: > Here, in. question and answer* else. As for other; jointly .owned .Page farm buildings and to year came in 1957 when $89-
: s, form (with the permission ,of the experience shows 479,000 borrowed farm .j
fl; : r ':" property: that Toriy Braddock arrived Thurs purchase or improve land suitable was by ;
.._ ., New York .Association) is the.
.Bar
who
/; the person puts property in and operators.Florida '
this for grove
day from Chicago to spend family-type tarm op 4I
t : gist 'of what the c pyrllhted1"r.hAt'
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f F : another's jointly with his S farmers usually borrow ,,,
: ;.' pamphlet ,says. awn has occasion, to regret .it month here. erations. I .'j
Doesn't, the law take careof It also 'advances credit to most heavily irom individ .
: 1-. : things. without a will Joint' ownership and joint accounts I Mrs Kay Swayze and Mrs. farmers or their noil-profit associations uals. Last year individual loans -4
'/J (A) 'Y s, and it's,possible that are sometimes desirableas .May Hendren drove to Cassel- to establish and carry made up 25 per cent of the total -

i .t,,' what the law provides would meet a convenience but they should berry for' the weekend. They out approved soil and water con or $12,100,000 The federal ,1"

: .';.... .'. your needs. However the.chances'* never be used as a substitute for were guests of Mrs. Hendren'sson servation practices, and to install land bank negotiated Iff per
' i' are very, great that it would not. a'will," i
cent of the total, or $7,755,000
,
and Mr.and and
> (Q) Wouldn't my wife;and son in law daughter, improve irrigation andfarmstead
\:" a (q) If I get one of those prlnie.tforms Mrs, Frank facilities. and .banks and trust companies; ':
water
: ; ;t ; get.everything if I didn't,leave a Crotty. ;
for will and
it'out
a
:" ,,:-; \ :. will? copy. I loaned 12 per cent or $5,810,000. .,
in, ,
my own handwriting will that
, :;.- (A) "Yes though? : .hardly the do.the job for me? Mr, and Mrs, L. E. Woods of Insurance' companies loaned &
,
': !J : way you would want it. Your,wife 1 cent, amounting to $2,910-
Palatka in their cot- per
(A) "You' wpn'f have a wilL were over VOLCANIC POWER
-= ). ,: would get one-half. your son, ne1'1' : ,
The fact that the .
intended will tage here for the weekend.Mr. When the volcano Kilauea 000.The
wife would one-;
half get
-or your
: .
was in your own handwritingwouldn't I balance of the Florida total -
;M third and your children .two- erupted in Hawaii in 1955, in-
..",,' .t;. "" thirds should you have,more thanone make any difference." and Mrs: .J, P. Stryker and cadescent rock spurted 400 feet ($19,852,000)was secured from ;
child ." (Q) If'1 make', it plain what 7 sons, Terry and Judson, are returning into the air. The column of lava a combination of lenders including ',
.' '(Q) Fora, 'married man without want done. with my property, why to their home here this lasted associations and govern-.
won't the law seep that It's 12 days and fed a molten 1
: done
r ; children, I.suppose, it-would work week after several I ment agencies These lenders
out ,all right, without a will. :(A)! "The law is so anxious to visiting river three miles long and 15 1
relatives-for showed a slight gain over 1958
Ohio
in
places with
(A)' ',"'If' '(the husband) .didn'tleave make sure that your wishes are to 20 feet tHick.
followed that it will not two weeks. while the volume handled by
a parent. brother or sister, accept
nephews 'or;niece, his wife wouldbe directions even in your oWn hand- other lenders dropped.

sure to get his whole estate., writing without.further, proof. 'that Visitors with Mr. and Mrs. with friends relatives.

... BUt if he'Ieft an estate of.any size they are. really yours. B. S. Clay last week "were Mr. I i SEE CYPRESS
; .and of these relations ,his .Fff & e py of the ne*'Golden Tears
any
"ookle' by Thomas Collins send S3 and Mrs. Douglas Hunter anddaughter I Mrs. Tom Galloway and _children '
'; wife would et only a little mule een,* hi .on
j$ I Jno 1I&.) t* Dept. I
than one-halt1-' ; .NWNS," Bs* 'ISTS. Grand Central from Marietta Ga. 7 have gone\to,,Lake.Worth
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? Stat'an. Mew York 17. Nt Y.jiCAY .- I GARDENS
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.:. I tQ.- spend a week with her ,
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; ". 'Mrs.JCky Sheppard,: Mrs. mother. 3 water sid shows daily

: : Judy Palos, and Mrs. Betty.Way.1 1930sm1C0pmi:30pm4ISpm :'

; : by ters from Jacksonville .are* on5, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shultz .
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J I vacation here this week. have started I to build a new -
Tom'Dot I I O. F. ALFOBD
: :: I home on South Central Ave.

,". --- --, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cowart I t- Registered .1"
and family of HawtCreeiC are Miv and.Mrs. Robert Bertha of l-.v.Real Estate Broker
f HE'S. TRAPING JIM .
month
spending a ere on 14th the Bimini. Section are stayingat
HIS MORSE AND Street. -. -- the_ beach this' month. Bunnell Florida ,
t:4. TONYOUR VEGETABLE1 WAGO(4 FOR A'TRUCK. . .. ... .
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PEDDLER, FINWJ.V I GANEINAAOTHER --- --
:Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Wine and

family spent the weekend here. liS' Insured & Rest Assured '
Mr. and Mrs. Wine are attend- I IE-Slay :
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7 University of Florida in Gainesville I GET; THE. BEST PROTECTION FROM

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t f 1t have returned home after_ visit. .I 'Citizens Bank BIdg. BunneH, Florida "

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, \ot,(" TtX V-.THIS AFTERNOON .; '". "
r ", IT'MJ AOST WENT h *A.v- '&?: _

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'': :PAGE EIGHT .< y .:'.; .. THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE,* BUNNELL, FLORIDA 5;\- Thursday, July 2li 1960 : I

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Department advances of I : "* RESULTS OF WAR
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; GILL. million .in each of the next Snapshots-Jh Infantry School I

: two years of this direct loan extension :Irr Warsaw, capital". Poland,
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: .I Is "Extended I program. New expira- ? some postwar buildings perch
r.. tion date for the guraranteedloan I 10' feet above the level of side-
for World War II walks. World War U,rubble was
program
World War II veterans have i
", veterans and for the direct loan t foo thick to be carted away, so
in which ,to obtain
two more Veterans years Administration program for both World War Hand I the Poles leveled, -,wit/and builton

Korean veterans Is July 25, top the National'GeJgraphlc! I
Home, Farm and I *
Guaranteed : ': ':; '
1962. The prior deadline for Magazine says. "
Business Loans as the result of L 1 1I
both was July 25, 1960. ; _
', f a bill signed into law July 14, programs '. : ... .. v tt-p.k' ......
1960, by the President. Since it was started in '
June .
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Under this same law, both 1944 the GI loan program has FRED
World War II and Korean Conflict guaranteed more than five million -$r.2C;:.$:.{.:,.9tu:s.y:: ,;':':,:'''.if%:>;:,,,.:;:{. .!:;a>:; :::y.>:5:; .'.:.+:?r ::? :L Rt':.;3' ';?iQ,; >x: .. .Y:;. ..4 .r.S, I fA.FRUITS..I.J

veterans can continue ,to loans to World War H veterans u.y.;;?. f {a:> ,
-'f .*. **apply for direct loans from the totaling approximately '''i'ya., 1j{,. D

.Federal Government if they $41 billion and to 775,000 Ko ic j'ji' : .x t
live in designated rural areas rean veterans, amounting to v 'a ?< ', ;'R4. g.i } 5:'?> i;_ -,... ........ft.v \

where GI Loans are :not obtain nearly $9 billion. ,,

able from the local lending in ,
Since direct loans were first
stitutions. flkii'1
authorized in July, 1950, the VA 1
The new law authorizes Treas-
has made 165,000 direct loan
totaling $1.3 billion in rural, ( SHOE REPAIR '!
A picture of the ,building shown above can be found, in the scrap- W. MOODX BLVD.
: DB College Facilities areas and small towns where I Block West of Railroad 1
books of thousands of ex-G.I.'s from Maine to California. It's The 1 General Shore Repair
veterans could not secure loans
Infantry School at Fort Bennin, Georgia. At Benning, said to be
Move to Welch Area from local lending facilities. the most beautiful Army post in existence, some one million officers t
I and men were trained during World War II alone. As many as
While,both World War H and i
:' Daytona Beach ,Junior Col- 100,000 troops have'been stationed there at one time. The post covers
lege'es ,transfer and adult edu Korean veterans ,may now apply -j, 189,000 acres and has been an integral part of Columbus Ga., since RCA VICTOR ,
cation divisions will be housed for direct loans through 1918. The Fort was named in honor of Gen. II. L. Banning, a lawyer- LIVING COLOR TV
entirely on the Welch Campus July 25, 1962 Korean veterans turned-soldier, who raised a regiment of men from this area when "LOOK FOR TilE PICTURE ,
may continue to'seek VA'guaranteed Georgia seceded from the nation. He led his men at Manassas, IN TUB WINDOW"Southern
4. prior to July 31, according to an Radio & Television ,
Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, Chickamauga and Gettysburg; was i
announcement made today by loans through January 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001 \
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with Lee at Appamattox.date.
-'. acting president N. B. McMil- 31x 1965t through previous legis I t ORMOND \I
Han. The administrative officesof lation. 1 .--- --
Formerly, the law provided i
both divisions will vacate the
; The GI loan interest_ late of VA had one year in whichto FuNERAL
of the Issena Inn and
move premises into'temporary quarters in 5% per cent remains unchangedby I issue its evidence of guaranty!. CRAIG HOME
: the new law. The new law This amendment will allow the
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the recently completed science 1
also will require that earnest guaranty of loans submitted be.. A.' H. CRAIG Funeral Dfrector
{ building. money deposits veterans make l. fore the terminal date when be- JOHN HARDIN Associate

i!';. -.' A second'floor engineering lab- be placed in trust accounts so cause of title problems, delaysin .. "
atory will be used as a temporary AIR : OXYGEN I
that they will be safeguarded incase construction, or other reasons LADY
:-'.. office for the administrative the builder, becomes insolv the loan cannot. be completed CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I:. _,{ I EQUIPPED
-f. staff pending the completion I ATTENDANT
;i' of the $250,000 administra ent.Another provision will allow within one year. : ., AMBULANCES' I
tive classroom building which Is T -
.: the VA to guarantee a loan so ,'.::Phone. ID.. 7-3532 :
tentatively scheduled for occupancy long as the application is receIved Florida provides 90 per cent } -
by September 1, :McMil- ,- 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL..FLORIDA.. I
> : prior to the new terminal of all limes for the nation. .
11-Y., Han sta ted.r .
;. Vacating the. present Issena '
r.1';'" headquarters McMlllian said, I
will save, considerable money See llie'Chevy Mystery Show In color Sundays, NBC-TV. .

f"::, .' and into will the administration simplify! the final building move !- i :; FAMILY"PUTS 2,000 MILES '

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ri" '- ''' whiCh will have ,to be scheduled -
y",i,;' during the opening of a record '

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. '*, House guests of Mr. and Mrs. MILEAGE "OUT OF THIS WORLD" ,
I ICOflldB't
," Max Porte this week have been
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:: t' Ray, and Mr. and Mrs: Earl' t Mr.' and Mrs. Richard Kahelin of Plant City, Florida, ..

., ,- Uritenback and two f< : < k?<:>: s Corvair has ':
;: sons, Ricky be happier with the way their new

,.,'.:, and Denny, ,all from Rockwood fA On .
I----: worked oat as a combination family and, business car. ,
Michigan.
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'l..i t '" Mrs. Walter Morris and their newspaper distribution route alone they travel, more

daughter, JoAnn, were in than 406 miles week over all kinds of roads.,Little wonder '.

i." "(., Gainesville Monday and Tues they're; se pleased with the gas mileage they've,been getting"at ._
day .for registration at the University .
I' of Florida. JoAnn plans least ,twenty-three miles to the gallon; with an automatic i .

;;Ary..- to enter the' :university for the transmission .. and we've had no trouble with -.", --: ,

fall semester., your Corrak." The $ -f:

"', ." _. ,_ : abottt Corvair's 'f'r'.
; Mr. and Mrs. George Kendall '' say )} : I

and son, ,Bruce left Tuesday:t
spend a ,vacation in the Smokery :
down seat doubled as a
: Mountains. ."
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:. Mr. and 'Mrs. W. F. Lawton
and' children have returned from '

_..,--a*visit ,in Dayton, Ohio, withy DRIVE ft CHEVY
,relatives and also a short vacation
in the' Smokey Mountains.Mrs. ,

makes.'t
Lady Allen and' Mrs. _' '
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Audrey \McKnight visited in f; > .

x 'Green Cove' Springs Friday with .. .
? Mr and Mrs. HIrris Long. ";- If you"haven't driven -
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z delight driving can'be. .
-_, .. Mr.. and Mrs. Tom Zoretic andthree : ;9 '
.':) aQ "' : children of Bowling Green, ,
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= :.i.Ky.-, .are speeding a short ,'tinae n .. -the only! U.S. car
'here: this -week visiting with <;: tear engine, transaxle


-} friends, They have been vaea? at alb four wheels. Be
tloning in..U or Vilage for the .
-4k' paS-l week: f Rod out what deli .
Corvalr 700 4-Door SedanSee '"
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; :Mr. aoretic was coach at:tfeeBtHweH .".. _. >_ this advanced design

;-' .. : : Hlfci. ,School 1941-42 and '..' "':<, ..,-of',. :
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