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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: July 28, 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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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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-VOLUME" 48, NO. 29, BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1960 $2.50 A YEAR J

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", Dr Berenzy Joins :Flagler Manor 4-H'ers '
'Group Seeks I Flagler 1


Public Health Surgical StaffOf 4Y Is Now Under Return From'' j



::7,1,. Dentist HereRepresentatives Dr.Local Paul L.Hospital Berenzy of Crescent -t i I New Mr and Management Mrs. E. L. Gary of Camp Saturday .'

( City has been appointed to Jacksonville are the new own. ..
t T : from the vari the surgical staff of the Flagler I ers of the Flagler Manor on AlAI Nineteen Flagler 4-H Club --1,

'..,':, ous Clubs of ,the County met last Clinic and Hospital, accordingto I at Flagler Beach.. members returned from 4-H j
.' Friday night to discuss the possibility Administrator Homer R. Bent- They purchased the. property Camp Cherry Lake near Madi- '
:,' of securing a Public L :v'wisCI l :{: irirtifCh r44:. from Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Thread- son Saturday afternoon. '.
f., : it Health Dental Clinic for Flagler ley.Dr.. Berenzy graduated from I : gill and the Garys have completely The local club members camp.
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ed with 4-H'ers from Gilchrist
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Marguett University School of renovated the interior of
.Allen served as Mllkaukee : which includes the and Dixie Counties for a week ;
Drf Reynolds :Medicine in Wis. He j the building
IC1.County..:,:, moderator r for' the meeting. I was in general practice in St. I rental apartments.Mr. of swimming, recreation, crafts

: '.>.. '.'- Speakers included Dr., J. R. Say Petersburg and later went into .1 I and Mrs. Gary are residing and various educational pro. ,
:: ers of the local Health Department ,training for general surgery ; : [ at the Manor. They have grams, County Agent Howard

J- .who discussed the need ofr where he became; certified with I ,.. r three sons, one of whom will at- Taylor said.
.: such a program. Also Dr.,Harold I the American Board of Surgery.He 1 tend the elementary school at On the final day of camp,
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::.: '. .Miller, public health, dentist of I is also a ,member of the I Flagler Beach and two who., will Mike McMillan was selected as
r; .' ... yolusia County who outlinedthe International College of Surgeons enter Bunnell School. the outstanding "Camper of the
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.. duties of such a clinic.A Pinellas Medical Society, Week." This honor was bestowed .
i, ':-, .\' '- committee of five, with Paul I Florida Medical Association,and on Mike by his fellow

K Kelly as chairman, was ap various surgical societies, Mr. Florida Produces campers. He was also selectedby
with Dr. I said. the County Agents and
\ pointed to meet Sayers Bentley
,., last. 'Tuesday night and they are'i Most FertilizerFlorida : Chaperones" as the "Best Cabin
to report back to the general Leader.
of this stands in firstplace The "Best Cabin Group" was
representatives
meeting
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.(v_ Friday night. F. W. Swimme among the states in the production -I won by Cabin 14, which was
.: 1 of fertilizers and ranks headed by Randy Morris. Martin
li. >.'' The movement is. being sponsored -
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f : by the Flagler Beach Methodist ,Dies MondayIn II near the top in consumption of I Tucker was also a member of

f:: '. ;'.<.-. .., Mens. Club.. OUT ON A ,LIMB Beth mixed fertilizers and fertilizer.the winning cabin along with I
it ". Lanche Isn't walking on waterat materials, the Florida State seven other boys from Dixie and I
,> .,.. Lake City Cypress Gardens, Fla., but I Chamber of Commerce pointed Gilchrist Counties. This; cabin ,I

merely holding on to the limb of 1 r[out this week. excelled sportsmanship, ca- I

-. Fever Ticks InFIaghCounty Fredric W. :Swimme of a waterlogged palm tree. I I .'The value of shipments from cleanliness and the camp re

Flagler Beach : died Monday :I Florida fertilizer manufacturingand quirements.
I I' ? night at the Veterans Hospital! mixing plants, including! Judy Lewis was cabin leaderof
; : : I Il' In Lake City where he had been Horse Dies byproducts of the industry.l j the girls' cabin who won the

: '. a patient.for -the past three: I came to $165,550,000 in 1958, the same honors. Flagler County'
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l' (By .Howard. Taylor. Co., Agent) I .
:. weeks. i last year for which official figures girls also in Judy's cabin were
:.F;;t Y A rumor has: been circulated' I Mr, Swimme ,was ,a native of Of 'Staggers'By are available. Florida pro Hope Hatcher and Vickey King.

r' in Flagtar County that a Spencer W. Va., ,and was a _re-v duction accounted for 16 per Mr. Taylor said all adults were
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" J. rancher hod purchased cattle tired' ..Lieutenant of the U._ S.Ceeat'G ( o'9"Ier..- Co. Agent) cent of the national figure and very well pleased with the ex

.k.....r_._._....;__,_..--' ._ .frow..-t'IW.'nft&u..J.' .."''A1tf i M: 1 ;had-S rv= -'TOPflist 't& of 'encephalomyelitis was- by tar.-ihe:largest of .any cellent-cooperation and behaviorof .
: MartinCouatyr The r imor'hasalso ed for 28 years? """ He also (also known as' "stag- .other state/; the'trade body said. the campers, and termed it

1, 'been circulated" :in St. Johns served in the U S. Navy dur- gers" or "sleeping sickness") .Payrolls of Florida plants the best camp they have ever

t-,' County.I ing World War *q. He had resided 'was reported to ,the countyagent's II came to $21,159,000 (17 per cent attended.
called Dr. C. L. Campbell, at Flagler'=:Beach for the office Wednesday morn of the national total) and employees .
state veterinarian of the Florida in 1958 "
past six years and was a mem- I ing. I numbered 4,670
Livestock- Board in Tallahassee, ber of Masonic Lodge No.. 200. i (15 per cent of the U.S. figure). Lions 'Club :
It is disease that attacks the
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and also Lewis Thomas, tick er-
He was 64 'years of age. "As a consumer of fertilizer,
.1 brain and spinal cord. The disease
: xadlcation officer in > Martin: >
\-" Funeral services will be held Florida also ranks high. Duringthe Hears Local .
is transmitted by mosqui-
County. Both 'of these men said from! the St. Thomas Episcopal I fiscal year 1958.1959, a total

:', that the rumor was absolutely Church of Bunnell 10',o'clock toes.Owners of '1,296,610 tons of mixed fertilizers Dentist MondayDr. J.
l and that their office of horses should have I IIin
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unfounded
... this morning. The pastor Rev. of all types were used
did not have: ,any record of cattle James Taylor, will officiate.. The their animals. injected at once I the state. In addition 753,000 Allen Reynolds, local
it takes three weeks after the
from the tick-infested areas body rested at the Craig Funeral !as of related materials were I dentist, spoke at the Lions Club
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injection before the horse becomes
f moving into our county. Chapel from 7 o'clock j t added to Florida soils. These meeting Monday noon on "What
-,."' I 'traced the rumor down because day night until the wedneS.j immune. This is the I[were principally dolomitic and Adding a Dental Unit to the Local -
for the disease and
preventation
incorrect information' Following the services here, 1 calcitic limestones, nitrates, Health Department Will
'could be damaging to all of the I there: is no effective treatmentonce "
the body will be shipped to Ar- 11 phosphates and natural organ- Mean to Flagler County.
the horse In infected.
\ cattlemen of our county in reBard. t lington National Cemetery in ics," the State Chamber com. Dr. Reynolds had as his guest

; to sales. Ii I Virginia for interment beside Horse owners can further protest mented. his brother in law, Dr. William

his wife who preceded him in their animals by screeningthe Broussard, who was here visiting
I horse stalls so that they are with him.
death about six weeks
ago. .
School .
t mosquito proof. Spraying frequently budget < Club President Fred Fruits
: .Small Claims Court Survivors include a daughter, _
with a livestock spray named Walter Morris as
Mrs. program
W. C. Greenfield, Cape May,
Is Set
...,.'..-.'... .*:. .0.F. Alford vs. Arnold Me- N. J.; four sisters, Mrs. J, M. would also be an"addded' pro Hearing chairman;' John A. Clegg,

t ,..Craney, ,$67.50. Judgment ,in Duncan of Los Angeles, Calif.; tection. According to a legal advertisement community betterment; GeorgeM.
k ""favor of plaintiff with costs. Most horse owners had their Moody civic improvement
Mrs.: Allen Brewer: of Pikesville, in this Issue of The .
i Lindsay Acceptance Corporation Ky; Mrs.' Polk McDonald of horses injected in early flume Tribune there will be a public chairman.

,. 'vs. Fred Brananm $62.69. Vicksburg, Miss.; Mrs' Robert L. mer, as recommended. However, hearing on the Flagler County Other guests included Levi

;{ 1 Lindsay Acceptance Corporation Poe ot Dallas, Texas; three the' few remaining horses will School Budget in the office of Brannam, Jr., and R. D. Peter
1 be in serious .danger if ,vaccination son, member of the Pierson
; S vs.; EldonKnight, $169.24, brothers, Harry T. Swimme, San the school superintendent on
i '. .' continued,, to August 16. is not done at once. 2:30 P.M. Club. -
;k Antonio, Texas; Seneca Swimme Friday, August 5th at
, : : TV Bob vs. Chas. Wendlandt, of Portsmouth, Va.; James K. At this public hearing taxpayers .
L '$1333. Case dismissed on Thweatt of Beaumont and others
! payment Texas. patrons may Apply for Farm Gas
, to. 'plaintiff.v One great*aunt, 'Mrs. Johns Eves Bible School To learn what funds are necessaryto

.. TV Bob, ys. ,H,.. E. Mackey of Lavatte,' W. Va. Also survive run the schools and from Tax Refund Sept. 30
r.
{ ._; ::,:.TV Bob vs. Gerald Elann. Craig Funeral Home of Bun rived. Also how the school board September 30 is the deadlinefor

-... 'w:"- Flagler-Clinic,and Hospital ,vs. nell is in charge of ,local ar Baptist Church proposes spending the funds., requesting a tax refund for
Barbara Ann and Francis. E. rangements. :gasoline used on farms and

, o Chaser. ,,'$ 04.80. Plans are being completed for Methodist .: ranches In Florida.
y JFlagler Clinic and Hospital vs. the Bible School which will begin The Florida Agricultural Extension
.'. Annie Ruth and Fred' Geller, at the First Baptist Church Church News Service points out that
Teen Dance
Draws v
t $224J1l. of Bunnell on August 1, Mrs. M i the amount of federal tax paidon
J .Flagler Clinic and Hospital vs. I C. Strickland, 7%, said today... The topic for the Sundaymorning all gasoline used for farm
t 'C1eo: Brown, ,$167.40. LugeAttendance The school will begin at 8:30 worship service at the I purposes during the. 12-month

;", ,.,: Flagler Clink and Hospital ,vs. The:Tuesday night Teen Dance I In the morning and will run to Bunnell Methodist Church will I period ending June 30, 1960,
__::,. "FRRk'Gardner, $13 ..50. held ati, the.'Flagler Beach Recreation 1 11:30 each day through Friday. be "Man's Tradition Versus I should be computed on Internal
"'/Flagfer Clinic! ,and Hospital vs. Center .had an attend. Mrs. Strickland will serve ,as God's Commands," Rev. W, L. Revenue Form 2240.

H.; 'Tl .Mp .:" 'Case continued ance of 150 .teenagers. Chaperone I principaL Sp4cer, Jrn. said today. Federal tax on gasoline in

to Attgutt ... ,. for the,occasIon were Miss I Mrs. Strickland also said this The Sunday school hour is 10 Florida amounted to three centsa
TV;Bob vs.'Joe Gordon, _.KI Emily Gage and Mias Flora I Friday beginning' at 8:30, wjll, A.1(. and the morning worship gallon from July through September .
.TV 'Bb. .vs... .: JOB. *** 'Parri h' Gap.. .; Ll be,preparatkLday of the church service W ("be at 11 o'clock. The 1959, and four cents a
$2O..5.F> .' r: S :._' ,TV B b".w.;: 'Herbert' ,Gray PIaIw... !.. r'e' ...D aoe next; through the downtown action. at *" e'eieefc Sunday evening, June 1960. "v
:t;:. ;. J_.10. '< T il! .,'..Ii.:_ :a '''''\tda .All workers ,and, tbot aa>d;at 8?.M. will bethe Vesper. The division should be made

Y ',} .. .J .-' _... isa (..It-...: ... planning to, attend the tchoot ... ... '-'-.- on. the basis of when gasoline
*" .. .'.WI' of _t,: ,... -l IDU' "):'::" :]faerMe ..: are asked to attend thte Biartau 1 T..'"dHwch Is .noW air con.n Was purchased, not when it was
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i( PAGE TWO '" ,. THE FLAGLER, TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA ..;:.= I Thursday July 28, ll60().> --

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"'f" 0' Earth's Crust:Crack, i cracks d were parts of' ,a.single!floats on the mantle ol rocks i much snow and I _I'I'I gest that the Antarctic. ,icecap- "-

*'"Tileeory was beneath much float I foen- is
great system. I as Icebergs eventually creates enough nearly large enough mow to' '

' Extends 45,000 ;Miles I confirmed in March-. 960,, when on the sea Like icebergs, a I ftrifugal force tbfshift the|pql I start another" crust movement.

:y Columbia' University announcedthe 1 1i high-riaing section .- of crust,I thus changing anfinaMife.;land, If that is truee jj says"man- I

Geologists have long known i results of soundings made such as a mountain or plateau, i;and climate throughout the kind will have to divert, its at- I;

that the earth's surface' is !off the tip of Africa by its re.. 'has a "root" reaching deeply In- I world.' tention I
temporarily from destructive
cracked. ,Recently it;. was es I search vessel Vema. The soundings .4 to the mantle. This root, which' I
The theory, if confirmed, would conflict long enoughto
single fracture showed a definnite relation weighs less than the surrounding '
tablished that a ) t "
control
the
explain suchas Icecap. ,
the deep cracks in material the elevations many mysteries, ;
45,000 miles long, encircles the.,ship between buoys up / the
growth of forests long 1
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the' Atlantic and Indian Oceans., .
globe. ago on land that is now with THE OUTBOARDER,; S '

# In places ,the giant valley 'The significance of the, meandering The' cracked crust of the : in 200 miles of the'South Pole. ,
fissure remains a mystery Authorized Evlnrude Dealer i
measures at least 20 miles in earth may also slide ,about on The theory's originator, Professor DOATS :.
but geologists note that it J JI ACCESSORIES REPAIRS
in the.I the mantle, some scientists be-
width and a mile depth, Charles H. Hapgood of Keene
world-wide Dockage TRamp
follows earthquake Storage Free
National Geographic Society I I I a I lieve. One theory holds that a Teachers College, New Hampshire WE FINANCE- I:

':,' says It wanders along._oceanbeds' done. I polar Icecap can accumulate so says his calculations sug- 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona !
',' Now and then a sudden violent
'. .and traverses. continents. J'
.j movement along a fault "
The crack originates in Gen-

.S tral ASia. It extends over't eto'p loss brings of heavy life. Fortunately destruction, mostof and I BUSINESS ] i

of the earth to Greenland, the hundreds of thousands AREA DIRECTORYAUTO

down the length of the ,Atlantic, '
of earthquakes occurring: each "
and around the southern .tip of I '
I
.feeble to
year are too cause ,
Africa into the Indian Ocean. much harm. They do confirmthe SERVICE BUILDING SUPPLIES FLOOR COVERING _i! t
.... One branch crosses the ArabianS ,
fact, however, that the
a and connects with the earth is not a stable mass bear- McDANIEL'S WICKLINE Tilecraft Company t

.. famous rift of East Af
valleys Ing only the marks of past ac- Service Station. Building Supplies "LET US FLOOR YOU" -
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rica. Another runs between antarctica "
tivities, but a vibrant body, full'' CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS Armstrong & Kentile
and New 'Zel nd. Still STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
of energy, rising here sinking Sold and Installed I
( STEEL ;
another branch continues tow Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs
there. I All Work Guaranteed .
ard California and Alaska. Bunnell ID 7-7119 .Flagler Beach HE 9-2254 Ormond Beach OR 7-3181
Earth's Face Changed \

Soundings Confirm Theory I 'Bidclle Gulf Service.GASOILLUBRICATION FURNITURE ,
CLEANERS
The crust does not lie on a '

S Several years ago geologists rigid superstructure; instead it Ormond Bedding and
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theorized that certain known GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY Furniture Co.

I II II II 7 AM.-10 P.M.-7 Days CLEANING AllBEDSSOFAS.FURNITURE
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SERVICE I
State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 $10 Tradein Covers Down Payment
CLASSIFIED! Open Dally S to 6
S, I R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner
WORLD OUTDOORS'OUTDOOR CLOSED THURSDAY NOON
Colonial Service StationEARL 69 Granada. Ormond Ben. OR 7-6411
Phone ID 7-3188

S ADS E. RICE. ProprietorGASQU.LUBRICATION 115 N. Bay St Bunnell GARDEN SHOPGray's

I Garden Center
Listings under this heading are I MOTOR TUNE-UP CONCRETE PRODUCTS
I Headquarters for Gardening Needa
; S cent per word each Insertion, I GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES
Ceramics. Gifts. Dry Arrangement
75 cents I* minimum charge.
I u.s. HIWAY 1 .:.., BUNNELL Your "Q" For ConcreteDial Materials
FOR BENT ,apartment; ground NOTEBOOK: Conservation Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers

, door, South U. S. Nd. 1, Mrs. experts who have GET YOUR GOBOYand CL 3-8113 TORO LAWN MOWERS

'. Thompson ID 73416. 7-28-ltc studied, the matter say that the make Carts with McCullock, DAYTONA BEACH 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-0511

;-. greatest mass killing ot animals West Bend, or Clinton Engines. _ORMOND_
.
.x' : FOR RENT-2 bedroom furnish. in recorded history had" much to Tires and Cart accessories at Quillian's Concrete, Inc. HARDWARE _

.r*. ::-r- ed house. Apply at Florence's do with the decline of the buffalo CORBETTS SUNOCO SERVICE _
"-,: Diner or call ID 73370. -but an equally significant factor STATION Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.

;. in the decline of the' once tre- DRUG STORES JOHN DEERE
S, _;S 7-28-ltp mendous herds was the ,fact that Bunnell Tel. ID'7-7123 Agricultural&Industrial Equipment

FOR- in Flag. -the buffalo ran out of available Anderson Store STEEL _
5; RENT-Apartments Hall's-Atlantic StationJack Drug
t '. I habitat. The old nemesis of na Bars& Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled
Manor, 820 South Oecan Shore
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Black&Galvanised Pipe & Fittings
I ture and wildlife -civilization Hall 'Prescriptions
Proprietor ,
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Boulevard Beach. Come ff LAWN / .
I' Flagler' MOWER REPAIRS
just squeezed xthe buffalo out of Sick Room, Supplies,
: pletely furnished apartments, 1 the picture. "-. ., ... GASOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccessories Sundries DEEN RIV .usn ;Sftone I*> 78148

!.r'' and''2 bedroom, utilities includ-- In Pennsylvania,;'* few years THAT FAMOUS PAINT

k :.- ed. Daily, seasonal or perrria- ago, .a bakery proprietor noticed ROAD SERVICE BUNNELL

f', nent. Under new ownership. that some cookies he had placedIn BUNNELL Tel. ID 7-3652; Exclusively at

July 28 4tc storage'were being nibbled. He Moody's PharmacyFlagler

Ii set a steel trap, expecting to Sullivan's Gulf Service- .Country Corner Drug Store a Q'; FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE

.I._ FOR RENT-Furnished upstairs catch a thieving rat. He, did-a GULF

apartment in the Idelson build. muskrat,.despite the fact that the PRESCRIPTIONS
i\\ GASOILSLUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSORIES Flagler Beach HE 9.2103
.
: 'the
;,. ing.Apply to Mrs..Glover in the bakery was half-a-mile from DRUGS-SUNDRIES
nearest water supply. Beach Information
1'-; apartment. 7-21-2tp Band-tailed pigeons are western "Specializing In Service and FOUNTAIN SERVICE Village Hardware Center
Clean Rest Rooms"In
; FOR SALE-boat and motor. AlL birds, found only along the'Rocky The Heart of Flagler Beach BunaelL Ftc Phone ID 7.3661 HOUSE PAINTS ,
Mountain range and, most abundantly Match and mix any color .
so a house, trailer chassis. See ORMOND PRESCRIPTION
along the Pacific Coast. AUTO REPAIRS Builder's Supplies Kitchenware
\.' Calvin Bowden, 126 N. Railroad
: in the PHARMACYSick
The Coast birds summer GIFTS GREETING CARDS
St, Bunnell. 721.2tp Shield's Service' Station
timbered regions from California
Room Supplies-Sundries AlA Ormond Beach CL 20420
r to British Columbia 'spend their Arcadlus Habel. Mechanic 24-Hour
Service
; RAWLEIGH Dealer wanted at Prescription
winters in oak and madrone dotted
: ,. once In Flagler Co., Good opportunity areas from central California COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt. JEWELER

"::. See Mrs.. Edd Nokes 40 Right Now We'll Overhaul and AlA 1 mi. North of
; Some birds
south into Mexico. Repair Your Power MowerNo ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661 O. F. BEACH
-. S. Whitney, St;: Augustine, or winter farther north if food conditions Job Too Biff Or Too Small Jeweler

;:70: write Rawleigh's Dept. FAF. 60.f are right. 111 No, Bay St. Bunnell Thompson Pharmacy Elgin Watches-Diamonds

; Th 105, :Memphis; Tenn. Haste does make waste. Analysis EDGAR'S GARAGE Your Health Is Wealth Exceptional Gifts

,"" July 7.21 .& 28-3tp of thirteen shooting accidents Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS Watch
,'Viz.i.":., __ that happened in Massachusettsin 24-Hour Towing Service Repairs-Engraving ','
.; SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reasonable 1953 showed that haste was.one .-. 40 W. Granada Ormond Beach
COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS In Our Hands OR 72384 -.
of tee principal causes of such _
pt-C; rates.. George Jarosz, Phone Automatic Transmission Service Onnond
Drop A Prescription Shop
'" ID 73410 6-16-12-8-tp accidents la almost all cases, Wheel Balancing-Front End 1141 W. Granada-Ormond 7-1421 'PAINTING CONTRACTOR '
: the person hit was standing in tee Alignment
t II tee of fire, clearly visible to the 240 Granada Onnond-OR 7-OS83

NEED- MONEY? person doing the snooting.Youmightknowit AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION Flagler Beach Sundries R. Moody
Become an AVON REPRESEN department: SEALTEST: ICE CREAM
..,' TATIVE. Write Manager box 246 Conservationists that the
Lockhart Fla.JUST say HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC Swim Suits for PAINTING
trouble. One of
skunk has nose SERVICE
g the skunk's chief enemies is the All the Family ,Phone ID 73240 S
AJUtIVEDII'New automobile. Thousands are killed Repairing:-RebuildingCentral Notions-Souvenirs BUNNELL FLORIDA f fRADIOTELEVISION
I 'Melodigrand Spinet Pianos highways every.year. second Florida's tint specialists la "
-- 445.00- Easy Terms. Thompson trouble which is AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS
threat is sinus ; Hill
1239 Ridgrewood Holly
t,.. .Music',Co, 135"Volusla Ave.,Day. sometimes fatal. It Is'caused bya OR 7-1381 GILL DRUG COMPANY

_' 'tona Beach. CL 28215. wire worm invading the skunks Walgren AgencyPRESCRIPTIONS PAUL'S RADIO & TV
BAR AND PACKAGE STORE
April, 7.ifFOIl.'SAI.E'l11ree, nostrils. Atenna Sales & Installations

FLAGLER BEACH ,Authorized Sales RCA Victor AWe
Sick
Room Sundries
: ideal lots Supplies -
: North Moore 'St. close to school on, SK CYPRESS .- HOTEL BAR 18 W. Granada Are. Ormond Beach repair an other TV A Radio seta
OR 7-2SO 1370
Ocean Blvd A1A-
3+ paved, street in town, needs z o "The, Meeting Placeof ---
Ormond
'. filling. Ready to build on. Coy I GARDENS; Flagler County" FLORISTS Beach OR 72852

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tamers, immediately. HARRIS .. & COCKTAIL 2 blocks west of Railroad on Wagon Wheel Nursery
Shade Trees, Potted Plants
's S BO'ITLE'GAS, COMPANY;Phone 1---- LOUNGE Moody, turn right on Forsythe Shrubs

ID 7r3551j,Bunn U, 1.21_'tf FOR Opea Uader Mew M. geBleBt
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FILL & SANDTMRTGOHTRACTS Bunnell. Phone.ID 7-3348: varltles at reduced prices. Beat In. I
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JOHNSTON'S: Ocean Blvd AlA Ftegler Beeek I town.
548 S. U.5. 1 Tlwy Ormond Beaeh

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.. WATW! 1'J ONr FARMS, I TRUCK STOP ORMOND BEACH. ;

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See, .tit. irrwsr,Nell estate ...... : HOKE OWXKD GAS COMPANYPHONE Delivery" )Jl'the' Cam I I Air. Bus & Steamship Tickets
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VAN CAMPS 2i/2 CAN 'J

MAXWELL HOUSE YOUR lib CHOICE CAN Pork & Beans ,4 cans $1 00 J J'i

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CHUNK TUNA 29 i
LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER
t ARMOURS LUNCHEON MEAT 12 OZ. CAN J

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Smoked Sausage 2 I it* 79*. KIDS LOVE IT CIRCUS QUART

;. ., GRADE "A"WESTERN Orange Drink 8 for $1 00
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: I EIGHTY-SEVENTR s I I I SUNDAY AFTERNOONLUNCHEON : : .. Guests this week r": ,I
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BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY \ and Mrs. Bob .
Whitney -'are' her
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: Jlagfe, &eact Mr. and Mrs. Otis Magee entertained j Mr. and Mrs Howard ;Lerch I parents, Mr.: and ,Mrs.:: "David '. ;
) : with a dinner Thursday and Mr. and ,Mrs !'pemle'Wll. Fagersten, of Clermont; and al:" : 'i
'. -' ... evening honoring her mother son honored Mr!'.rand Mrs. so their niece and.nephew, Bar-r '$f
', .- LUNA' BABBITT. : : : Mrs. Susie Sisco Riddell of George Wallace Sunday after. I,barn and Ricky Fagerten from: ; #t,
,', Telephone HEmlock 9209SLITTLE '.' .,.,:' -' ',Bunnell whose 87th birthday am ,noon with a luncheon at the i Midland Park, New Jersey.: .
niversary is this week. home of the Wilsons. i : a:,'};'
I The table at the AlA Restaurant :Mr. and Mrs. Wallace are Mrs. Virginia Moody 'was1'.a; .
NEWS
LEAGUE
METHODIST CHURCH NEWS II was beautifully decoratedIn leaving' their home on John An- I business visitor in Jacksonville..
: The Flagler Beach Rebels beat:;L Flagler- each Methodist I .
I ": summer flowers. In the party derson Highway for Rhode Is Monday. .5' :'- ,:'
San Mateo- at San:Mateo. Mon Church. Rev }Reynold Hoover'with the honoree was her hus- land. Among the guests were '
day morning. minister. 31st sermon topic *. (Continued onpage 6); .,- .
July band, Charles Riddell, her: Mrs. Charles Raysor Mr. and .:,
The Rebels certainly looked will be "Beliefs of the. church." -
i grandsons and granddaughters. Mrs. v !
AIPaqulnp the honor l' I IJ
like a ball team, due either to' Church school 'at 9:30: A.M., in-law, Mr. and Mrs. June Deen guests and the hosts.. ; "' '.'. I
their new uniforms or just their I worship service at 10:30. A.:M. of Miami Judge and Mrs. Duane : I Community 'j I
good ball i 'playing,. Ronnie Gary, We invite you to attend any or Deen with daughters Elaine and I Aubrey Spivey, Jimmy IyI I Memorial Church ; "
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pitched a topnotch game, allowing all of ,our-services. i Sue of Bunnell, and the Magees.I grant and' Len Johnson motored r i
only two hits to San The official board of'the I II to ,Palatka Monday to attend a InterdenominationalAIR ; ... -.....:. 1
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Mateo's. boys, but Joe May came i iOn church will meet at the homeof PRETEEN DANCES WILL I I Little League District Championship CONDITIONED "
: in the fifth inning to put: Rev. and Mrs. Hoover on Au. CONTINUE ON FRIDAY NIGHT' 'I game betweenCrescent Ave. t"I. ,
the fire out We can't overlook:I L gust 1, at' 7:30 P.M.All- .members -' I It has been decided to continue I City and Azalea Park.. FLAG iR BEACH ; I

Ray Cordon's power at'' the plate:J I I'are urged to attend.- the pre-teen dances each. I I Sunday School 10:00 'A.M. ;
either. He drove in four of our Friday evening from 8 to 10 I Raymond Dormiey from Church Service 11:00 A.M.' :
six runs. Cotton :May, too, had ]t JWSCS TO HAVE EXECUTIVE P.M. I ami is spending several tr-I I !
nice R. W DICKERT. Paator
a triple. J MEETING '
j ; The dancing instructor has I here with his uncle and aunt, '
All in all, they* are surely 1 j I Mrs. Harry Treadwell, president classes from 7 to 8. There will Mr. and Mrs. 1.W. Mygrant I i EVERYONE WELCOME I.
looking like a real ball club.,j I of the Woman's Society of be a special feature tomorrow J
The Rebels travel to Palatka i Christian Service on Monday night when Sandra Abbott will
;next Monday for a game'there.I I August 1st at 9:30 A. M. at her do a hula dance. PERCE STRINGS
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We are trying to schedule a.i i home. A1t preteens from Flagler I
game for,Saturday afternoon. So, and Bunnell are welcome.Mr. .
POOR THE 4C'! SHE
I THAT sHa cAN Foa THE PIMST HIO
all you supporters 'of Flagler I :Mrs. Nettie Brusich and her SUFFERS FOR wEAR A SIZE }h Au WITH 1
Beach can come out and see:! daughter, Mrs. Mildred Clem-: ,and Mrs. Angus Ross BEUEFS.SKOEONAfctt.HER FOOT. JLLsize I IeEUEVE

these boys in their new uni,I ence, went with Mr. and Mrs. are happy to have their nephew FLAGLER.HARDWARE.
forms. Peter Dzioba of Ormond Beachto with his family here. Mr. and

Sanlando Springs Sunday forth Mrs. Donald. Ross and children r : wi.. BEPtUOHTEDWTTH1
COMMUNITY MEMORIAL day. Holly and Burt moved here recently
CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENT from Camrose, Alberta, ,THBV
Rev. R. W. Dickert has 'announced Mrs. Frances Mark from Marathon Canada, where he was employ.
the sermon topic will Fla., was a visitor here ed for 10'years with the Calgary
be entitled "What the Comingof Thursday and Friday. .Power, Ltd. 4
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BIRTHDAY PARTY

Donna Whitney, was' lionored I D.D ROASTING 4 -'7 tb Avg. SUNSPUN 1 !b Quarters:
her .
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of her her mother friends entertained at their a group home.,I : '


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Sheelor, Winston: Danny, WISCONSIN
Linda and Charlotte.'Keen, Har- I '
',. rell Chetas, Debby Johnson, Biscuits 5

f Whitney Joyce and served Kinney birthday Whitney.cake Mrs., Cheese Ib. 49 I 'ea.

with ice cream. _< -" .
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Mr. and ,Mrs. June Deen have t
returned to 'Miami ,after spend j THE TASTY KIND BIG CHIEF LONG GRAIN 31/2 Ib CELLO ;
ing two weeks here with his '
aunt, Mrs Otis Magee, and his FRESH SLICED .
grandmother, Mrs. Charles Rid. RICE 49
dell in Bunnell and his brother, '

Claude Deen..,- in Jacksonville.GVCOfOGVSEZ. Beef Liver 39 ".5: .


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: SUGAR : 39 1 ,

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daughter, Polly, have returnedto I : ., I

their home here after a: va !

cation of three weeks visiting !

r points of interest in the southern

t.;. LOCALS % part of the state.

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it- ISM Mrs,, Raphael Sturman. is visiting (II' ..
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i-. CHRISTOPHER this week in Arlington, Va.,
V: MRS. CRAIG HONORED CAROL _
with her sister, Mrs. Dale Gear- ,
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PARTY hart. She spend a a:
BIRTHDAY
'PARTY TUESDAY
J -*>. short time in! Onancock, Va., : ?:: :. : ,
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'. Mrs. H. T. Cook entertained Miss Carol Christopher was with Mr. and Mrs. William ;; .. ., 4ea

,i J with a Coffee Party' at ,her honored at a surprise birthday :Marshall. ;.:. '

,home Tuesday morning honoring party Monday evening at the .
f Mrs. James 0. Craig, who Bunnell Community Center. The '
here' in celebration ofher Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Buckles J
recently moved from occasion was
l',: : and three children have returned .
Brooksville. sixteenth birthday,'annivers j,
i, to their home after a visit 3} }a r' r'R

:. Those invited' to meet Mrs, ary.The in Goldsbpro, N. c., where they i : :o" 3 I

t, Craig were herx"neighbors. Those, center was decorated in visited with relatives. !

present were Mrs. W. W. Deen, a festive mood for the occasion ;

,f... Mrs. Hugh Cameron, :Mrs. John with beach balls and: balloons bit and Mrs. George Clegg <, a F + x .

Rodgers, bars Walton Johnston, hanging from the ceiling. The and children returned to their i iI I

Mrs. Isham Johnston, :Mrs. John birthday theme was carried out home here after a visit in Kentucky NEW USE FOB OLD PLOW .,-. Farmer William A. Weller ..!

i Canakaris, :Mrs. Kate Bankston, in, the refreshment table ar with her parents- and PortersvUle. Pa., turned this plow into a mailbox holder. ,

'. Mrs.'Ray Carle, and.--Mrs..: 'M.;.B. !'ang m nt. other relatives. __ A !

Fuller. !
,Carol's mother, Mrs. Martell Mrs. E. H. Emery had as her .
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.'< ,T.. Hunter, was assisted in caring, Mr., and Mrs. Ray Carle, Susan !' ;house guests several days this .1

for her by Miss Melba and Glenn, returned home Sat week Miss Dorothy Wasson of
'. Visiting with Mrs Daisy Buck,* guests
; des during the weekend *were ;Tucker Seventy-five of Carol's urday rafter a visit In St. Clalrs- Trivoli, Wis.; Mrs. Marie Stackof Bunnell Theatre s I

i her son 'in law and daughter, friends, -and schoolmates were, J villa, Ohio, with relatives. Waupon, Wis.;, Mrs. Barbara \ .: i
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Dancing was a: feature Williams and daughter, Barbara Ij
f:, :Mr; and Mrs. Wendell Hoel and present I j
'< children of Jacksonville._ of entertainment. Marilyn and Carol Christopher Mae, and Ed Asquith of Farm- Fri. & Sat. July 23-30 I

f .__. visited last week in Center Hill ington, 111. Mrs. Williams is '
THE LAST OF THE BADMEN
1,. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Jones with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Emery's niece. I

f County Tax'Collector J..F. Mer Mrs. Omar Kight, and in Brooks. Starring I
and family have moved to their
"underwent at \ ville with their cousin.
: f surgery the flew home in Ormond Beach : v Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller had George Montgomery and I
Flagler Clinic and Hospital on:
I where they will reside. Mr. Jonesis as their guests over the past Keith Larson: : !
'Monday.of' this week. Mr. 'and Mrs. Jack Clegg and
J recreational director for the weekend his brother and sister !
daughter Karen Mrs. Lee Blake. j
? City of Ormond Beach. fn law, hire and Mrs. B. D. Ful'-: '
I Sun. & Mon. July 31-Aug 1.
Mr. and Mrs. :Walter Knight ly and daughter, Margie Lee, j
f ler of Panama Florida.. j.j
nave ''returned to the r. home In : I are on a cruise to Nassau this City THE TALL STORY
J Recent visitors here. with Mr. .j.1i
> Haw Creek after a vacation of week. i
and Mrs. John Hardin were Mr.
i three weeks spent In the Smokey Tommy Salyerds is a patientin Starring I
and :Mrs. Melvin Lanning Har-
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Ky. Df. New Smyrna Beach are Ga. for medical treat. Fonda.ENJOY ; I

x ,G. B,. Kelly ,is a patient In the .Mr. and Mrs. James O. Craig visiting here this week with I|treatment, Friends wish for hima !f
l Flagler Clinic. and' Hospital Mrs. Daisy Walker. speedy recovery. !
and and Carol
daughter son, I I
where he underwent surgery '. II I
and John, have moved to the : !
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Jones home at 107 N. Orange St ; ., i
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Mr. Craig is the new, principalof r vr:?',f a Y.4. : !<.4",','',''HMS4k5.A,, ; \w'. f :;.;y3KR'i ;:G.'.:..;k;"y::..fx.v. :V'g;.x.: ::4%'ctkd.i'; cFi: '43 9'1i:".\., ::,,i,: ;a.: "' i
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I' In the Veterans Hospital in Lake High School. Mrs. E.$' {: y v : 'Q.:x.,, ff''..o Craig Is also, a member of the ., : .My7X 4'c"Kr'a.Y: ,"' YY : s. S" '' 'aQ,
f City for medical treatment. ;, ;,; ,},.'rr ,5:;h; ): ?''. ir;,ti'.r a"y .a :.Y'p': ';q,;' ''' ;a;.;:'YM?,>,c.' '+r9a' 7-'e .r., f9';} i
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THE FLAGLER 1UNNkFr.ORri
TRIBUNE, ;ij'M
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4960!
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Mrs ;May :Allen lot AndersonInd. '-...., .
I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEV- -'

,. 2-fagle & l ., has been the guest of hej.. I S ENTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF r. ff :
t FLORIDA. IN AND FOR FLAGLER > '"'
brother, Walter, Keller, for ter I COUNT: IN CHANCERY NO. 4047 I ,, ,-:; '-,
}1IN RE: ADOPTION BY ,.. <
Continued ,from days. J I PAT R. WELCH and -
; Page 4 I
} JOSEPHINE S. WELCH

Visiting with Arthur Babbitt {I NOTICE OF PETITION Petitioners.PORDOPTION f fI
Miss Betty Meadows left'. I i irTO Call
from Thursday until ROSELI OnlJs
Saturday : LANHAM '
for '
were his mother, Mrs. W. A. Thursday Lincoln Park,,. I 400 West Monroe ,
Mich., to be with her father who i t Kokomo Indiana, ,
Babbitt; his sisters, Miss Addle { YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED .
is critically ill there.'She was ac < that a petition has been filed in the } ,
Babbitt and,Mrs. Irene Bollinger On the' JI! above styled Court by Pat R. ,
; brother in law and, sister, I companied trip by her { Welch and Josephine S. Welch s'
uncle, Edwin A. Anderson. I husband and wife for the adoption \
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Radford of j of Pat Roy Lanham. Jr., a minor. 1
j by the petitioners Pat R- Welch '
Newell, N., C. and Josephine S. Welch husband :
I Leaving Sunday for two weeksat and wife and you are required to WhenYou .

the Pines in Brevard N. C. I serve a copy of your answer or
.<. ,l&tt and Mrs Beraie, Wilson objections to show cause why said
will be Mrs: Pauline Magee, accompanied .. petition should not be granted. on ,_
,are entertaining;as',house guests J the attorneys for petitioners. Kln- '"; .
his sister Mrs. Charles L. by Mrs. Mamie Gill- ,sey. Vincent & Pyle. Attorneys at ., .
Raysorfrom -- ,
Law. i
27
South Atlantic Avenue.
more and Mrs. Helen Blakeslee 1
I 0:
Tampa.v I Daytona Beach. Florida and file '
of Daytona Beach. the original in the office of the '
I Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
j I before the 1st day of August. A.D.. J
Visiting here with Mr.. and 1960.
AND CALL OF MEETINGTO N
Mygrant'Saturday NOTICE-ELECT ONE MEMBER OF HEREIN FAIL NOT or a decree :
"Mrs. Jimmy @e'Ci
pro confesso will be entered
OF SUPERVISORS POLL
night were her brother and sis- BIMINI BOARD DRAINAGE DISTRICT. against you.

ter in law, Mr.' and :Mrs. Joe Notice meeting is hereby of the given owners that of ar; land special -j said WITNESS Court in my Bunnell.hand Florida and seal this of It I Ii

Crenshaw, with their sons, Steve situated in the Bimini Drainage 1st(Seal day) of July.RALPH A. D.E... 1960.HARBERT,

and Darrell: from Hawkinsville, Is District hereby In called Flagler to County be held Florida in the > Clerk of Circuit Court

Georgia. Commissioner's Room of the Flag- July By Shirley 7-U-U-:8--4tc Hodges Deputy Clerk t
ler County Courthouse. Bunnell
I
Florida on the 11th day of August.
IN THE
CIRCUIT COURT OF
Henry Barditzky';'came from A.D. 1960. at 3 o'clock P. M.. for I FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA GOOD.PrintingS' I
the purpose of electing one mem- IN CHANCERY NO. 40.8 i ,
Eustls spend Saturday here. her of the Board of Supervisors for i WILLIAM F.
\the term of three years and to attend HOOD.Plaintiff.. ;:
i to such other business pertaining .
William Landon and son from I to the ,district that may vs.
I BARBARA P. HOOD.
come before the meeting.At V
Cleveland, Ohio, are spending I such election each and every Defendant.
acre of land in the said District NOTICE TO DEFEND
two weeks vacation here. r rN shall be.entitled to.one vote. in person THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
or DY proxy in writing null Barbara P. Hood
signed for each acre of land owned P. O Box 1377
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN by him in said District. Guardiansmay Laurinburg. North Carolina
AND FOIL FLAGLER CO UN- represent their wards. Execu- You are hereby notified that- a
TY. FLORIDA IN ,PROBATE. tors and administrators may represent suit has been filed against you In
CASE NO. 570. the estates of deceased per- the above entitled causeand you
IN UEEatate of sons and private corporations may are hereby required to file your answer -
ANNA SAFARIK. deceased. be represented by their officers or with the Clerk of this Court
duly authorized agents.It and to serve a copy thereof upon
PROBATE
1 NOTICE OF INTERESTED is ordered that this notice be the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
TO ALL PERSONS published each week for two con- whose name and address is: I
DECEDENT -
'IN THE ESTATE OF SAID secutive weeks in The Flagler TrI- Ray Selden f
: bune. in Selden Building
't- HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat a newspaper published
YOU ARE Flagler County. Florida. 800 Main Street

a 'written instrument purporting Date of first publication July 28th. Daytona Beach. Florida
Testament -
Will and
be the Last
to A.D. 1960. not 0later than August. 12th A. D.
has been admitted
of said decedent ', '
By order of Board of Supervisors.
to probate in this Court. I R. W. DEEN President. If you fall to do so decree pro : OFFICE FORMS .
within '
You are, hereby commanded Attest confesso will be entered 'against ( t ,
six calendar months from the date O F. ALFORD Secretary.July yoU for the relief demanded in ,the i- .." _e .S
this '
of notice
of the first publication I bill of I ;
28 And Aug. 4-2tc complaint. The nature of _
this C ur; and {
in .
to appear said JL'Jitfc610 for .' -
*? divorce. ,
!show cause. if any you ,tan, whythe IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF WITNESS> my hand and-, seal of I : ENVELOPESINVOICES. '' ',:
,action of this Court in, admitting said Court this :
FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA 12th day of July "
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said Will to should A. D. 1960. : :-
probate IV CHANCERY NO. 4000 _. I
not stand SAMUEL, (Official Seal) < ;;
S/ DUANE A. DEEN. COSENTINO.Plaintiff.. RALPH E. HARBERT 'i '-
County Judge. Flagler County Clerk ; '
of said
Circuit Court".July
.
First publication en July 7. 1960.1 I MARIA -r.- .
ANNA GRECO COSENTINO U-21-Z8 &: Aug. 4-4tc .

July 1-U-n-ZS-ftc______ Defendant. 'V ........". "" ... a __________ ,
NOTICE TO DEFEND ""'&&"' -: AffLtlVATlOJf FOR I ,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: TAX DEED I : LETTERHEADS ,

IN AND FOIL FLAGLER COUNTY -I Anna Maria Greco Cosentino NOTICE Is' hereby given ', -

CASE, FLORIDA.NO. 570 IN PROBATE.- c/o Greco '\V. Kahlert tbe holder of the following > ;.f" .
Avenue
u3 Reid
certificate has filed said certificate > : r
IN HE: Estate of Brooklyn. New York I >;or'a tax deed to: :' ,
;oe issued '
SAFABIK. do,'eased. ,, : l BUSINESS Vi: .
ANNA You are, hereby potlfied that a thereon. The certificate number CARDS S ;
,
NOTICE TO CRKDITORS- suit has been filed against you In I and year of issuance the descrip- 1 '\ .
All creditors of the estate Of the above. entitled cause; and you tion or the property. and the I .
ANNA SAI'ARIK. deceased are are hereby required to. file your an- name :n which assessed is as follows I 4
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hereby notified and required to file swer with the Clerkf' this, Court : CV.: ,
any claims or demands which they and to serve a copy thereof upon Certlftcate No. STATEMENTS ,
may have against said estate in the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney 5. Block J. Lake T28 erraceSubivis. "
the office of the County Judge of whose name and adddress is: Ion. Name In whIch assessed: '-; .
Flagler County, Florida in the W. Cecil Grant George Capltanelous. >:
Courthouse at Bunnell. Florida. 407% Main Street County said FlagleryState BILL HEADSC
within eight 'calendar months from Daytona Beach. Florida of offFlora
the date of the first publication of not later than August 18th. A. D. Ida. _
this notice... Each claim or demand 196'J. Unless such certificate or certifIcates -
must be in writing and must slate If you fall to do so. decree pro shall be redeemed according
the place of residence and post confesso will be entered against i to law the Property described in '. RULED FORMS
office address of the claimant and you. for the ,relief demanded in the { such certificate or certificates will -
must be sworn to by the claimant. bill of complaint. The nature of be sold to the highest bidder at
Ills agent or his attorney or it sale<< suit being for- divorce.' the Court House door on the first
will become void according to law. WITNESS my hand and seal of Monday In the month' of August. -
July 1. 1960. sail Court this 14 th day of July.A. 1960. which Is the 1st.day of Augqst. TICKETS and TAGS :
.
S/ Antoinette Slovak O. 1960.Official A. D. this. ,
Executrix of the Estate of ( Seal) DATED 6th day of July A. D.
Anna Safarik. RALPH E. HARBERT 1960.
First publication on: July 7, 1960. f Clerk of said Circuit Court: (Court Seal)., RALPH E. HARBERT <
July '1-U-.ZS--4tc July 21-28 & Aug. 4-U--4tc Clerk Circuit Court
Flagler County F1ridaN S .' '
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON SCHOOL BUDGET July 1-14-t-28--4tc ., CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS :
> 5
Pursuant V to the provisions of Section 237.12. Florida Statutes 1941. '- f
as amended by section 8 of Chapter 22839. Laws of Florida. Acts of TIlE CIRCUIT COURT SEV I S
1945. notice is hereby given that a public hearing shall be held, by the ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
- County Board of Public Instruction of Flagler County. Florida on August AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY.
, 5. 1960 at the hour of 2:30 P.M. in the office of the County Superintendent FLORIDA ly CHANCERY. CASEiN
in Bunnell. Florida for the purpose of discussing with T4059ATTER
the Citizens of the County the proposed school budget of said County OF r
r lor the fiscal year beginning July 1. 1960 and ending June 30. 1961 The ROSS Adoption of BABY GIRL
I which budget is summarized as follows: by JAMES THOMAS
I. BUDGET FOR SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE OF SCHOOLS.A.,5 SSHATTLES and V E R S I E
,Balances on hand beginning of year DECKER SHA TTLES.

. ; ,1. County 54.000.00 10: JESSIE NOTICE ROSS
' 2. District 3615.00
c/o General Delivery "

;:;, 4 TOTALAnticipated. ..-......_....,,:...._ ..... .....:.---.i 57.615.00. YOU Roanoke ARE ,HEREBY Vacommanded. NOTIFIED r We Don Do The Most

hat a Petition for the
, ..' ;1. > State and Federal .J281.031.00 of the Adoption -
S
2.*, County General Taxes .. 44.887.00 BABY GIRL white female minor child, .., "
; ROSS was filed In the
3. District Current Taxes 74.812.00 above .
':. 4t Remittances from other County ', 'I 300.00 ,Jury A.cause D. 1960.on by the JAMES 12th TROM"S day of- j .

r- -TOTAL,... -, -- 401030.00 DECKER SH.4TTLE3 and VERBlE PRINTING .
SHA-rrLEB. and
x <
GRAND.TOTAL RECEIPTS U58..5. yoU are
BALANCES
AND
hereby
to be
, and
C Proposed Expenditures appear -
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V In the
! 1. Administration ......- ..,-. -.$ 27169.00 or>> before the above-named 12th day of Court on .,, !,. .
1. Instruction 266926.00! August :: ,,
k A,D. ,
-.W. 960, to show -1;>
i'3.. Operation of Plant. .. 25050.00 there be. why the cause Petition If any But I IDiaflD
We/Db
Some
f-; <. Maintenance of Plant ? 13000.00 Adoption should not be srrantVd. of theBest
S. S. ., ,
:3.100.00It .
Health "' .
TFtr&IHPort.atlon. Food Services. Dated this 12th day or ; .: ,
July
-' 6.' __ ___ 11.000.00 ,960. A.,D. -..
[- '*.: 7., Capital Outlay ? 24500.00 (Seal) RALPH E. HARBERT
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: S. Junior 338,554,801.,00
College'
Clerk
of the
,"9, Reserve and July Circuit Court
f Contingencies 14-21-:1 &: Aug.
: 4--4tc
'r ,10 Transfer to Interest & Sinking ___-'----. 25545.00 ..

GRAND" TOTAL EXPENDITURES TRANSFERS' .__. ._._.x.14558,645.00;
} :: -'U BUDGET ,FOR DISTRICT No. 1 INTEREST & SINKING
t'.. C019d+iTY WIDE
,1e :
A. Balance 2 00I. lUaBIrrrilHrtu
B., Anticipated Receipts %..6.003:00TOTAL :

n : VV VS V 26005.00 BUXNELL, PLORIBA ; 7-328 6y
Proposed
iC. .. Expenditures :
......n S' 14000.00
,, ,
Interest 11.952.00 MRS. M. B. FULLER EditorDesIgaated
> t.7" ,
; 3.. Service Charges. 53.00 t :

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.* 26005.00 Oflelal PabHeaHHsa < z'
S5II. FOR>
; BOND CONSTRUCTION for PvfcHe ITotfeca .f FlaglerCmty
nce -
f -* 457.39
'.fie- : +tcd Ezpendlturea ....elpaH1Ie. lltere4aacrd ', {: ;
Transfer to Interest sinking 457.39 ," .
tails on each separate part of the budget summarized tile state .t PI.rMa .-#- ', '
file and inspection at the :!-' -
V available for public office of -
,iperintendenf of Public Instruction at Bunnell. Florida Theer
be available for public heal'lR4r together with all sup- "tN' as .....4 eIaas _tte

': .,eats ed persons and information.are cordially'- 5MVI4- anted *_'- this ...rIIH7'c, .at 441e p..teaft '

>' and to disc .tbs school jMMtft-aM ipatefor the at seaeH. Ff.P4is, ashes act ..4Mae.I : '

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Thursday, July 28, ,1960 'p ;THE FLAGLER, TRIBUNE,, BUNNELL, FLORIDA .- PAGESE&EN
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,AMERICANA Cities,To See. Sea Spray Meteors On the
r. Ii I I Snapshops: Mighty MississippiFor

tf aycross, :Georgi i!May Help Make Rain

The salt of sea spray and the
'1 dust of meteors may play a role;

I fin, the mysterious process by

I which nature turns water vapor
'into rain. '
1 z s ro paf33 :; :x '
; experts have long
Weather
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known that it takes more than II

1 4 I I water to make a raindrop, the )

National Geographic Society
I says. The "seed" from which aj I

.,; I raindrop grows is one of myriad I
js aa
tiny bits of solid matter scat-

tered through the atmosphere.

Some 10,000 to 100,000 such par- I
s I If / ticles float about in each cubic

f inch of air.Scientists '
I
at the United States
: I I I
Weather Bureau and elsewhere

J have now amassed a wealth of I
A city with an unusual name,, Waycross Georgia is also the information about these partic
every youngster who has thumbed the pages of Mark Twain
gateway' to one of America's me st famous natural wonderlands-
it les. They' believe the most Im there is magic in the name of the mighty Mississippi. It is associated
Okefenokee Swamp-"Land of the Trembling Earth. i
portant in rain formation are with steamboats, pirates, caves and exciting adventures of many
i Waycross center city of South fresh-water 'swampland in the salt crystals. Salt kinds. Today, the steamboat has all but disappeared. The few that
Georgia is also the point of entry United States. Its 700-square mile probably remain are excursion boats and their cargo, well, it's nothing more'
for the playgrounds and recrea expanse of wilderness gives rise thristily collects water, which is than boys and girls, young and old, who are out for a day of fmr
tion centers of Florida. In its own to the romantic Suwannee River the reason salt becomes stickyon on the river. A famous sternwheeler, the Memphis Queen H, is shown
right' it is a city of diversified: interests immortalized by Stephen Foster's humid days. above. It operates out of the famous pert of Memphis, Tennessee.And
and attractions. Its name folksong "Old Folks ,at Home" when a fellow's leaning on the rail, he can easily transform the
signifies its strategic position- I and the beautiful St. Mary's Salt Shot Into AirOceanographers
,Queen into a homemade raft and with a little ingenuity turn the
f where "Ways Cross." In Colonial I river.. Rising in the depths of the buildings on the distant: shoreline Into pirate's hideouts or backwoods
days It was the hub of stage swamp, the Suwannee flows to have discov- settlements.a .
coach roads and pioneer trails. the Gulf of Mexico; the St. ered how the salt gets into the .
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Later the Old Plant SyStemand Mary's winds its way to the Atlantic air. Whitecaps and surf shoot
the Brunswick and Western Ocean. out tiny droplets of water. The heavy cloud, theoretically the ,space. Attracted by the earth's:
et etI crossed here, 'giving birth to a An inviolate wildlife sanctuary, droplets rise no more than eight water vapor should condense gravity, the meteors spray into
modem railroad network Okefenokee Swamp Park is the inches from the surface, but around them and fall as rain. the atmosphere. The bigger
A city of nearly 20,000 population home "of bear, deer, bob-cats
As it is difficult to thatno particles bum as'"shooting::
Waycross manufactures such alligators otters, aquatic birds there is time enough for the wa- prove up
products as shoes cigars, boxes, and myriad creatures, protected ter to evaporate, leaving salt rain would have fallen with- stars." The smaller sift slowly
f' machinery, beekeeper supplies from guns, traps and the relent crystals free in the air. The out the rainmaker, the techniqueis down through the thickening::
and plaster novelties. Processed less advance of civilization. wind sweeps them up and car- not yet universally accepted.I air. When they hit a cloud, they -
; products include meat, pecans, Okefenokee Swamp Park is ries them away. thus could "seed" it and touch
5 honey, hides and furs, pickles, being preserved in its natural Help From Space I off a shower.It .
: forestry products and naval state for posterity, the policies of Ordinary sea winds may carry
t stores. the Park adhering to strict conservation 10 to 100 pounds of salt per Rainmakers may occasionally
..t Okefenokee Swamp ,Park embraces practices. Hunting and cubic mile of-air; storm winds, get help from space. An Australian -I is wise to select snapbeansof
area known to the trapping are forbidden, in keeping radiophysicist has ad-,
:,- : an 1,000 pounds or more. Deposited J uniform maturity so they will
;aboriginal Seminole Indians as with the Wise policy of the, U.S everywhere on land, the salt vanced the theory that meteor all cook done at the same time.
"land of the Trembling Earth" Fish and Wildlife Service. Fishingis I
f,: may be tasted on pine needlesor showers cause rain. In a studyof Maturity: can be told by the size
because of the quaking nature of approved only with approved
glittering weather records, he noticed of the seed.
seen on spider
its soil. It is the largest preserved des.I .
I webs. that there appeared to be heavy

Most droplets of water vapor rainfalls on certain days at intervals FREE PAINT '

that condense around a floting of several years. Searching One extra gallon of your choice
I : salt crystal or other particle are for some factor that would with each grallov you buy
small affect the earth as a. whole, he
so that. a million would
zlh Mary Carter Paint Store
aa
correlation
c barely fill a thimble. But a few found a between the
grow large, perhaps because heavy falls and the dates when Also Weatcato Sboppln Oater

JULY 29.1899: TH6 HAGUE they form around an extralargesalt the ,earth regularly passes thru I ._-..._. .. _--._-_.......
dpNVENT1oN SIGNED BY U.S. eo eo. eo
4 E JULY 30,1909: U.S.ACCEPTS crystal. These giant drop trails of meteor particles. O. F. ALFORD
t tv' FIRST WRICzNT ARMY BROS.PLANE FROM lets eventually start/ to fall.1 These particles, which :range I Registered

t q JULY31.1498: TRINIDAD When they do, they hit 'other in size from marbjes to the I" .I
ISLAND DISCOVERED BY CABLECAR.COLUMBUS drooplets, absorb them, and be- }finest dust, are the remains of Real Estate. Broker:
AJJG- I.((873: FIRST
111 come even larger. expired comets that the, earth -
BunnelL Florida .
AUG.2.1909:BIRTH OF ARMY Scientists have duplicatedthis encounters in: its journey thru .. . .. .. ....
( AIR FORCE. .,/'..-..... ..,:'.....,.N.aa; ,
CD-OPERATE| i AUG2,1492.?COLUMBUS SAILS* 'process in a 12-foot-high
REMEMBB* THE FROM PAWS SPAIN "cloud chamber," consisting of
l BANANAEVERYTIME \ f AUK 4,t790t U-S.COAST a tall cylinder through which
IT LEAVES I GUARD ORJGINATEP- air is passed and water sprayed 'INSIRE-SUy lisiired & Rest Assured. I
THE BUNCH
L IT in a fine mist. Motion pictures
SETS 6X NNED. 1
r recorded the behavior of II GET THE BEST
'-,.-- dropI I PROTECTION FROM I
-- .., lets as they collided and .
.,
" t>l : The role of particles In rain 1 !
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formation explains the idea be- H. T. COOK AlE ICY .
r-f-, hind artificial ral mak1ng. If r.

[ .' r TIE lIMY FILLY BY UJVi IILIIIIIM'aa ,water-attracting particles are CMzMt Bank IMg. Bunnell, Florida I ;
dumped from an airplane into

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miles. From 1969 to 2009, Pluto Pla etarY 'rb'ts'' ; '.. showed
; '..f Pluto Is Puzzler Lowell and Pickering
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"Y,{ actually will come closer to the -1:Dr.. Lowell died6efore. he that they had captured weak

.;jf' 30 Years After sun than Neptune. could complete hIS**search for images of Pluto too'.falnt to be I

Visual observations throughthe the predicted planet. In 1929, recognized at the time.

MM3" Its Discovery 200-inch telescope at Palo- Clyde Tombaugh, a 24-year-old

made In 1950 astronomer joined the celestial
; mar Observatory
DY 7Ite6IJ% Pluto remains a puzzle to ..as hunt for Planet X at Lowell Ob.
I indicate Pluto's diameter is
that Glad'sSHOE
tronomers 30 years:after its dis :. less than half I servatory, where he was to scan Frank &
miles
only 3,600 ,
: From, Ed. A., ,Seatoa, Summit covery.Is I I 90,000,000 star images. He me-
that of the earth. Previously,
r City, California: I ,recall the Intense REPAIR
-"-, fervor of ,our old time religious the remote planet a runaway i Pluto was thought to have thodically photographed the W. MOODY BLVD.
I I same area of the sky several ) 1 Block West of Railroad
:,r meetings. The sermons satellite? What ,is its diameter i roughly the same mass and di- 'SGenera! Shore Repair
;.:.-.. were long and preachers usuallr and mass? Is it many 1 ameter as earth because of its days apart.

worked themselves into a lather, times denser thai the earth? i effect on the orbits of Neptune I f Professo Tombaugh, now of -
: shouting and pounding the pulpit I
#.-. ",as ihey;cavorted around; then Pluto. incredibly frigid. dark' } and Uranus. l Las Cruces, New: Mexico, slipped RCA VICTOR

..- suddenly quieting down to mere and barren, is the ,ninth and If Pluto has a diameter of only twin photographs of a 'sky segment UVING COLOR TV

:. v whispers with wagging head and most distant. planet in the solar 3,600 miles, it must be 10 timesas into a "blink" microscopeon "LOOK FOR THE PICTURE
'" tearful entreaties to,the listeners. system. It is 3,666,000,000 February 18, 1930.. The apparatus IN TUB WINDOW*
dense as earth in order to Southern Radio & Television
As a prayer progressed some miles the and quickly imposes
from one
requires
sun .
the have the mass necessary to disturb 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001
adherent in "Amen corner"became
picture another. As he watched ORMOND
complete on
almost 248 years to an of and .
more and more voluble the orbits Neptune
National fixed stars remained in
orbit, the Geographic po
with interjected shouts of "Amen, Uranus. Such an enormous '
"Lord let it be". 'hallelujah,?' Society says..... density-five times that of leadis sition. But an image no larger.'

"God grant it," "Lord have mercy Dr. Gerard E. Kuiper of Yerkes considered unlikely Some than a pencil's dot appeared to'

S ," till the whole ,proceeding Observatory, Williams,Bay Wisconsin astronomers ,believe Pluto's jump back and forth. It was TVBobSERVICE
ended with A chorus ,of moans believes Pluto Planet X, ,later named Pluto.
is
which a moon density is normal and its mass
- groans and supplications that escaped from Neptune. He only about three per cent of I Ironically, examination of 1 1I
had just about drowned out the
c. leader's voice. <\> theorizes that three satellites earth's. They say the orbital I I plates taken earlier by both

5-- 5 Camp meetings drew- whole, f originally revolved around Neptune perturbations were incorrectly I ...._ _,...._._.__.. _... all makes
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countryside together many distant Gradually' the huge ; measured. .'
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;;.' to camp on the grounds for the its gravitational grip grew ing of the Harvard Observatoryand

to., duration. My dad told a. story weaker. The satellites swung Dr. Percival Lowell, founderof JEWELERDIAMONDSWATCHES 1- Antenna Installation
:: : connected to one of the big revival farther and farther from Nep- : :
: Lowell Observatory, Flagstaff,
ante
.. meetings'of bellum days. ; PHONE HE 9-2204
and went their REPAIRING
tune eventually
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One cold winter night a bobsledS .
group was traveling to such an own way. Two were recapturedwhen where Pluto would be found on "-'-V.-.-"J'ftlf..l'rIY'rI' r/'rI'J'rIVV- --- .- --

area gathering They were wellS they came close to the the basis of its disturbances of.I .

bundled, up against the cold and planet again, but Pluto remained the orbits.

, S_ also fortified with a jug of whiskey free. I White Patch on Planet CRAIG FUNERAL HOME

S : designed to',both ward off the ..
Egg-Shaped Orbit Some scientists argue that it S ,
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S As they neared the'meeting place. To support his theory, Dr. I is too much of a coincidence !I I S A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director '\
Kuiper points out that Pluto rotates -I that two eminent mathematt S
'0 well livened up, the Deader shouted I JOHN HARDIN. Associate .
..) r out his ftn instructions "Now only once in 6% days, ians could obtain independent,

;::, boys we can't let that bunch,from and makes a highly eccentric accurate results from erroneousdata. I LADY OXYGEN

., S Dunkirk outholler us tonight!" journey around the sun. The They speculate that Pluto -I C Am'I I I EQUIPPED J JI

. ,Whole many were genuinely sincere egg-shaped orbit is canted at an has a 'mottled surface and ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
and "got religion." a great I : ..
angle of 17 degrees and periodically measurements of it cover onlya S. /

t 5- ,many others .came to camp cuts across Neptune's path. large white patch, not the .-,' .-. Phone:S'S ID 7.3532 '
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more than religious purposes. -
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L. ; of the grill while the meat cooks.' >- <( 'S S L_ ,$ : S Harry Hansen of Missoula, Montana
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.. the. grill? The silks must be re- oJ .: ... : eggs. Cargo damage always cut Into my
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:_ -. to boiling, sirriugconstantly. ;. S '-p: over back trails at faster safe speeds, too;
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