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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: August 4, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
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System ID: UF00079914:00189
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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r\: VOLUME .::48 l; NOi 30, .'. :3BUNNEI&, 'FLORIDA, THURSDAY AUGUST 4, I960 _' ".:$2.50 A"YEAR .;

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\ ,/Neog A "Is"; y'etei""h ..AffairsC(1ns1i1t4 ., L'1.aolerBeach' ,*' j I Combo To Play. *' 'I County Board to ;:

; ', :;t, \. \: '. f For Teen Dance v
d; 'To .. :
',' = : ] Consider Dental
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: .. ,For Swme ::' 'j t .. F -: 'I Clinic in Budget :
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lDf( ; t for the Teen Dance at .
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.9 > .< y &t ; 'tO; Flagler' Beach next Tuesday'
r :.Y:14: '? The Flagler County Ili" 1t 1 hay 1i =1::; l'tl fuJil. I night will be a live orchestra The Board pf County Commissioners \

;:. .Department has f iJ.5 ome}clor ;j jl _21 ifi ;1: iiS'C1 Offices of:: lot of Flagler feature "Joe Penny and his I onday heard a delegation :
Beach moved, week to the i express a desire to have established -
', ... : of Lakefteoga': ..3teb i
Mrs.
! P: samples f (jt r ,'E: dI Wpoden NIckles, Mickey ;
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next door to the here dental clinic :
i i" .::> for bacteria, count, according;; to: pro blw.n n' \\i ,wt 5 ;_:,' dtheir I office space Massie said today : a
. '. : Recreation Center, facing Central in the local health department
information from the department I strati At; i :1 Featured during the evening
[V director, Dr. J.. R. Savers. residing Int:: is, % :1'!!tb ie-.1, Avenue.. will be Ted Merthe ,on .the The board took,the question under J
i iThe location is the town'sproperty I and will
: advisement
;p'' ;! results these cultures1-in I + new consider ;
The pt gard to Veterans 4''d ;iln tration rhythm, guitar and Jule Page on I
t.'J;:- ..r .. ,. dicate the water- is not ,. a tls- benefits such as 't orpitalstat!+on, I two blocks north of the I Ii the ,drums. I it when making up the ':
"r old location on Central Ave The-!! annual budget.
t,', :.-.:: factory forfawtenming; pu. education_and training, insurance II i Decorations for the Center .
''I- Dr.. Bayers' ;said! "due*, to the disability, widows and. Dependent 1,I town commissioners purchased ,will be the wooden nickle theme The dental clinic-a public

....t,. ''. heavy 'rains in July and surface parents benefits, GI i:the property, .which includes" and prizes will be in small health measure-Is sponsored -
drainage going into then Jake, the Recreation .Center and the dress. by the Flagler Beach Methodist .
f., housing,: loans, etc. change. Regular
- the bacteria count is far above Appoints may be made with I I Town Hall, about two years ago.J Mrs. Massie said there were Mens Club, 'with Paul Kelly as :,

'\. normal.' This department recommends ( chairman who. acted as spokesman
134 attending the '
Mr. Crawford in advance by contacting teenagers
t ., .. ,_ discontinuing swim.. Mr. 'Smith at the courthouse dance last Tuesday night. for the delegation. .)

: > ming in Lake Jfeoga until the I, where Crawford will be 1' Chaperones for the evening were The clinic would be administered <,:

l..) .. :" a rain lets up and we can run. August 11' from-9.:3Oto 12:30. I Jimmy Upson ,to Mrs. Herbert Allen and Mrs. by: the State Board of -
of i
Health within the Health
bacteriological tests. t
t .more, 1 Jack Forson. /
: Unit already operating in this .
Speak Sunday at
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r.; Funeral, HeIdi. Porsey Thompson J;Methodist Church Revival Services county.


\', Saturday.For !Dies Tuesday At -' I Begin Tonight I Willie F. Tilton 1

..' ." I II Jimmy Upson, son of Mr. and 11
Local HospitalDorsey Mrs. Lawrence JUpson of Daytona At Union Hall Dies Suddenly at

j + T.: E. Lovelace I Beach ,and ,grandson o'f : .j
I 1\1r"j I kitch
Thompson, 71, of 926 and Mrs. George Biddle of Thirteen-year-old Dale 'San
funeral services for Lakeland diedat nell ens of Alabama will conduct an Mateo Home \
Graveside Mississippi Ave., I !, will be guest speaker at J I -
" T. E. Lovelace, 'Sr.- were held the Flag er Clinic and Hos- the morning worship service at I old fashioned singing and I Willie F. Tilton of San Mateo
o. at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon pital afters lengthly illness. preaching revival here at the
the First Methodist Church of died
suddenly at his
. In the Mr. retired II I Union Hall, Mrs; N. E. Corbitt hqme
EspanolaCemetery. J Mr. Thompson was a nunn ll next Sunday. there early Tuesday morning.Mr. .
" Lovelace died early Thursday mechanical engineer and 'had Jim is studying: for the ministery said today. II Tilton
t was a member of
in the Flagler Clinic:lived in ,Lakeland since 1956,I 1 'The series of sevices will begin -
.. .morning at the University of Flor, I I one of the pioneer families of
Hosoital, .following an illness there from Indiana. He | tonight (Thursday) at 8 ,
and : going ida in Gainesville. Last 'year he I I this section of the state and was
o'clock. The Union Is
located
Hall
. ., of several years. .f was a member of the Societyof attended .As ury College ip Kentucky I engaged in the farming and
;' William L. Jr, of Cincinatti. \ ; I near the airport on Highway
Splcer
.' :Rev. and this year he is returning I cattle industry. lie was 78
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c? ;tfee 'First Methodist- Church, ..of He is' survived by his wife, to the University of Flor' llr about halfway between years of "''* '#
age
i '' :ficiated ands was assiatecLby I.Dorothee 111* of i Lakeland; .one step'r -J ida.tq: .eontinueJstudies- I Bunnell and) Flagler} Beach. t Mr. Tilton survived by his ; .' '
"Rev>- >pn1l(57( her 'of;'the. ?; First son, JariJtiuttoid; Lakeland -I 'Rev.W LTSplcer.lpastor of the 'Mrs'Qrblt saldrthe revival wife; three"daughters, Mrs.
Ray-
I ,will the
be sponsored by Penta-
,r Baptist.Ch; rcht ;: one sister, &rs. Mary E.' Church, Invites all members and mon Tucker, Haw Creek; Mrs..
', ): 'Mr. Lovelace was born in; Hoe, Poughkeepsie, 'N. 'y: friends of the church: to attend I costal Holiness Church and Edith Harrington, Palatka and /

'a Virginia Smith of San Mateo
In Flagler .County since in Lakeland at a later date.: I organize church here. The
; six sons, Woody, S. J., Bill,
1919"1 public .is invited to attend, it
He waS a retired Craig Funeral Home here 'Is in
Dr. To Miller, Jack, and B. T., all of
Reynolds was stated.IFlorida
I dustrjr operator. .He was 78 r charge of _arrangemen ;. .
San Mateo. Also surviving are ..
year 'of- age. I At = sister and a brother, and .sey-,
He Is' survived by his '''wife, -; Speak Rotary f.f.a grandchildren and great-
-. Julia of Bunnell; two daughters, c Climate .
.. ; grandchildren.
Mrs, C.- P.. Gordon of Bunnell, Bruce Johnson Meeting Today :/, .I I FUneral service plans were.J .

it and,.Mrs.' T. B, Andrews of Ath- Dr. Allen Reynolds local dentist !|Proves Big Asset I not complete at press time. .

eriSj' Ga..f; a- son, T. E. Lovelace, Dies In Hospital \ will be guest speaker at the '
Jr. sisters, Mrs.:, -
+ E.;r B.of.Wilcox BiminU-three., Mrs.., Nellie Salters : j Club luncheon meeting His subject'will pf the Rotary be t: Florida's unique geographical (J\Irs.: Groover Dies t
Here ,Last Friday today ,location, converted to dollars,
Atlanta Ga. and Mrs. Vance
of ,
1. ;; The of Dental
Advantages a Floridians earn esti-
helped
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King of Chattanooga, T.enn; a,] Clinic in Flagler County, Publicity I New.Smyrna .
mated last ,
.. brother,, Louie Lovelace;, Dun. Bruce E;L Johnson, North Rail I $3,110,000,000 year -
edin-Florida. Also surviving areaseven 'I) road St., passed away last Fri said today.Chairman Ray Sturman. the Florida State Chamber ofCommerce Sunday Afternoon '
** I estimates.
grandchildren and 4hreei day night Jn. the Flagler. Clinic j
'be
t Dr. Reynolds will introduced Mrs. ;
: 'The importance of the state's Nona Parrish Groover,
great-grandchildren. and Hospital of Bunnell follow-f' ,
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I by Homer Bently. I '
advantageous southerly location mother of Mrs. L. L. Brannamof
Active\ pallbearers were D. D. ing a short illness.
I. ''is too often taken for granted. -, Bunnell, died In a New,
Moody, Roscoe Lynn, A. M. Me- He was a native, of Sweden .:
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Forest, Service t 4 Yet a good' half of all earnings Smyrna Beach hospital Sunday
Daniel, Rodgers Turner, Clyde 'and came to the United States,
of Floridians from private following a long illness.
'LewiS. and C. B. Eisenbach.: in 1900. He 'moved to St ,Johns
.' Advises Ordering endeavors (that is, total income Mrs. Groover was born in
Honorary pallbearers were from Chicago in' 1950. ,
County
minus government salaries and Metter, Ga., but had lived in
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Dr. J. M.. Cahakaris Gilbert An- He came' to Bunnell in 1955, residing -
) Is attributable direct- New Smyrna Beach for the
payments! past
L. L Harris, Sr., Corbett Pine Seedlingv
.derson / with his ,son in law and 34 .
I ly to natural 'advantages. The years.
.
John McIntosh, "and
Sullivan Henry Mr. Mrs. Robert
daughter County Ranger. B. Kelly of trade body designated such Funeral service was held at
Wells, R A. Powell, Rob Deep, Cook. .He was '78 'years of'age..
the
the' Flagler County Forest Fire earnings as "sun income Settle Funeral Home in New
Buddy' McKnight' and Lee He was a m ntnance man for Control Unit today advised landowners "Obviously, tourism makes up Smyrna Beach at 10:30 Wednes I

L I Blakely. 'the Lake Shore Trust & Savings who plan to plant pine the biggest slice of the sun Income I i day morning and interment '
$ Craig Funeral.Home, of Buhhell Bank in Chicago for 30 years be- lowed fol'I''I''I'i
seedlings this coming fall and and last year accounted i at Bellevue
x was in, charge arrange-, fore his retirement I
application.
winter to make for $1,100,000,000. Businesses catering Cemetery in Daytona Beach.
.i .'.- >rientseb -. :Survivors include his wife, Seedlings are produced in to retirees added some'I Rev. Mann, pastor of the Bap

< -I May,. of Bunnell; two daughters, Florida Forest Service nurseriesfor $$155,000.000: tist Church In New Smyrna .

Legion< and, Auxiliary Mrs. Robert Cook .of Bunnell, sale to landowners. Prices "Fruits, vegetables and other Beach officiated. .

te' Hold ,School Of I and':Mrs.. Tred.Lange of.St_Au: have set. this year at $4.00 per crops, livestock and fish typical : Survivors' include five daughters

lHtruction gus ne; two sisters, Mrs.,Marie thousand for pine seedlings and of Florida came to $600,000,000. Mrs. J., a Cox of Savannah, j

; Sunday. I Johnson, .Evanston, IlL, and $8.000.per thousand ,for red ce The processing, manufactureand : Ga.; Mrs. H. H. Gwinner of Win-' I

TIle Fifth District School o-f bins: Olga ;Peweoa' Lake Villa, dar and Arizona cypress.,. distribution of specific FlorIda throp, Mass.; Mrs. Earl Tingle i iI
Instruction: for new officers of I:Ill; a brother, Frail Johnson of -Individual orders Jor up to products and services resulting of Edgewater; Mrs. W. T. :Moore I i I
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'The 'Araeftcan Legion and' the 'Chl asg Ten grandchildren and 50,000 pine seedlings'will be accepted from 'the state's location of Ormond; Mrs. L. L. Brannam !
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Legion- Aiolliary will be held I five 'xre tara: BdcIldren alsosurviye 'without reduction. Orders made up the balance $1,255,000 of Bunnell five sons, Walter G.

in",Pf latka,S aiy.,Mrs. Curtley ,I I for red cedar and Arizona cypress 000,'of last year's sun income." Groover of Statesboro, Ga.;

L wrie,,. '.,ftfth atetrict president Fur fal .set.*.oes, were held will be limited to 2,000 Charles Groover and Solomon t
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saW today.' Monday.j ftfternooa at 2. o'clock when available. ROtflHWP WITH HELICOPTERS Groover of New Smyrna Beach;

TItelMttIitcWill: be' held Jri at, the ciukpel 0C Craig Funeral I Payment must accompany' all :ArmY: 'helicopter pilots help Roland Groover of Lake Worth,

the Lqgftfe Home in.'P8latke : and Home ,et '>>.iU Mu. Rev. W. L. seedling applications. Further out 'as cowboys during. the annual and Terrell Groover of Indiana

mcottnr '**11, .get underway Spteer, Jr.. pa or of ,the First information and application round "up of buffaloes pn apolls, Ind. Also surviving are

at 9'M, J I Methodist Chun*.oC. Bunnell, offl forms for Bering cart be obtained the Wichita Mountains Wildlife several grandchildren-and great

r: The ; t, ,Pre" t
G yrvellbe -'.".. ._of WtUI I l the Evergreen wry in 'St. Service o13ee I .' county agrlcul-! number nearly 1,000 must be .

I ', guest ....)paP..at '.' ... AU at 3 j jI ,tural. Age**. SCS Technician regularly eoffmlled for branding The: first known planting ofgrapefruit

,iftc." J r"Td'1 .. 'JT 1 1.f '!II..hti.. ., ASC :per or write 'C dlr t.-to aM vccinfek. The helicopters in the United States .

: .at '1" I I sell rural fa 'cif. 0 tsmeis. .. Florid i Fort Serviee. P.O. Iftm used .t\locate strays ,and was;by air; pan1sh nobleman in.

+ .'' = '' i 1" beMa,-Florida. .- .. ,.,.....:.. .- ,. Pinellas County Florida, in 1825.F" .
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Business ,July of 1958 ,: \'eludes-both olit- f.state and'resIdent :: I its- peration.' ", .J.-. ", ties Management "and;Outdoor'
Realty ; [ ,.
Since its birth ,the Properties firms. : In "Davidson :
addition and '
to Advertising Sections, .thel'eare'
Division'Ji S' :
Board Management returned j The availability* improved II his secretary, who share responsibility only three men working fulL
Road Is the.Road
De
$283,332 property is made "public by to both the Proper- time in this recovery'program..

partment., newspaper advertising, correspondence I .5 S
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In A Big WayThe This impressive_ figure represents and personal 'contact. 1- < {

still skyrocketing road sale ,and revenue rental realized of improved from the i I From Division this has array been of contacts able to the establish L1' IIIS'. -S 'y 1 Issued & Rest Assured : ;

'. t a market and realize the ,
i the .main.
'construction boom pushed the property within stat :
State Road Department Into"the tained ;right of way. best possible return. GET THE-BEST' PROTECTION FROH. / : ,,1 I Ii
The fact that the Properties>> : ,-i; : !
business'two' '',
real estate years- .. ;
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Before an effort is made to. "N
Management Division was created I.
and during this short time -'
ago T. COOK :-
examine the operation. of the as an economy measure, is AGENCY I
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department created the Pr I : : .
per Division it is first appropriate j pointed .up by ,,the ,small staff '
the department has realized' are'turn I to explain why 'the Divisioncame that is successfully carrying on' Citizens Bank IMg. Bunnell Florida ; -J
of a "quarter of a million into existence. .* 4 I

dollars. I. ....
Laden with the responsibilityof The Road Department has acquired -

disposing of both lands, and a limited, amount.:.of im

Improvements on the land, the proved property .,until' viy''re. j I. AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY ::1'f

ties Management Division in cently and therefore had no : .

need for an agency to disposeof ,
such property.But J
CLASSIFIEDADS AUTO SERVICEMcDANIEL'S BUILDING SUPPLIES .. FLOOR: COVERING S .
initiation.of the Interstate

program-plus pressing need WICKLINE Tilecraft Company"LET

to relieve traffic congestion in Service Station .Building Supplies US FLOOR'YOU"

Florida's mushrooming'urban, STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS Armstrong & Kentile
Listings under Ibis beading are areas- placed the State Road STEEL Sold and Installed '
3 cent word each Insertion, Tlre8-T-Ba tteries-1ttln or Repairs .
per
Department in the position of a All Work '
75>> cents Im minimum charge. I Guaranteed
.- reluctant landJoard. .. Bunnell ID 7.7119 Flagler Beach *- HE 9-2254 Ormond Beach OR 7-318JL
FOR SALE-14 foot fishing boat

with 7&: horsepower kicker; In order to relieve the traffic t Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION, CLEANERS FURNITURE
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$45. Phone 1D 73347. 8-4-ltp congestion in the urban areas ,
and launch the Interstate Ormond Bedding and
program GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY
Start a Rawleigh Business. Real the Road Department was Furniture Co.
opportunity now for permanent 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days CLEANING Substantial Discounts on All
developed .
forced to acquire already I BEDS-SOFAS
SERVICEOpen -FURNITURE
profitable work In Flagler Coun property within the State&:;Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 $10 Tradein Covers Down PaymentR.
S to 6
ty. See Mrs. Edd Noles, 40 S. right of way.'Saddled I CLOSED THURSDAY Dally NOON I S. ROBENBERRY, .Owner
Whitney, St. Augustine or write i with commercial Colonial Service Station Phone ID 7-3188 69 Granada, Ormond Bch. on'1. .UI'.

Rawleigh's, Dept., FAH-360-9, buildings and residential struc. EARL E. RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION 115 N. Bay St. = Bunnell GARDEN SHOPGrays

,Memphis, Tenn. 8-4-18.25.3tpFOR tures which had to be removed

RENT-Unfurnished house I I before, construction could begin, MOTOR TUNE-UP CONCRETE PRODUCTS Headquarter Garden for Center
Gardening Needa-
the had to.facilitate GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIESu. -
department
in Hillcrest Beach. Ceramics.
Flagler Large Gifts Dry Arrangement
living room, 2 bedrooms 2 I the disposition of such .Improve. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL Your; "Q" For Concrete I Annuals- Materials

baths, dining room, and kitch; ,ments. GEL YOUR GOBOYand Dial CL 3.8113 Shrubbery Fertilizer
TORO LAWN
I in disposing I MOWERS
Aware of the expense -
Call Howard Wisehaiipt HE .
en. make Carts with McCullock, 147
DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051J
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of such structures, the
92247. 8.4-ltc West Bend, or Clinton Engines. ORMOND
I department sought to turn thisliability""lnto
Tires and Cart accessories at Concrete, Inc.
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NOT responsible for any more apparent an economic HARDWARE
CORBETTS SUNOCO SERVICE
debts only those contracted for : asset. I STATION Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.,

by myself. Gilbert ,A. Krler, Sr., The Properties Management I Bunnell Tel. ID 7-7123 DRUG STORES JOHN DEERE
Rt.. 1, Box. 224 ,Bunnell,'Fla. Division has been able to ac. Agricultural&Industrial Equipment

t 8-4-3tp: I complish the desired results. Hall's Atlantic Station Anderson Drug- Store .: STEEL
Bars &
Shapes Hot &:; Cold Rolled-
FOR RENT.2 bedroom The formal definition of the Jack Hall, Proprietor Prescriptions-_-* Black. &Galvanized Pipe &:; Fitting
Division's function, reads: 'To r LAWN MOWER REPAIRS
Rqom
ed ,house.-.A'pply at furnish.j GASOILS.LUBRICATIONTiresrBatteriesAccessdries Sick Supplies : :
assure a maximum financial return Sundries DEEN RP. ". Phpr I 7nn
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r Diner or call ID 73370.
to the' (State Road,) De-
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: 8.4-ltp ROAD SERVICE BUNNELL THAT FAMOUS 'PAINTExclusively
partment from 'the ,managementof
BUNNELL
7-3652
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FOR RENT-2 bedroom furnish. Right-of-way Properties..' at

r ed house-on North Main Street. Director Millard' Davidson explains Sullivan's Gulf Service Moody's PharmacyFlagler FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE

r Bunnell. Contact Duane Deen, the purpose. of his Division County's Corner Drug Store 'R.V,

ID 7-3228 8-4-tf in more direct terms. GULFGASOILS.LUBRICATION PRESCRIPTIONS

t "Our immediate job is to get 'TIRES-TUBES-ACCESSORIES. DRUGS-SUNDRIES .Flagler Beach HE 9.2103
SEWING, dressingmaking and rid of the improvements, to remove Beach Information
"Specializing in Service and ,FOUNTAIN SERVICE Village. Hardware
alterations. Jean Bass, 408 N. Center
t them from the right of Clean Rest Rooms"
JC> Pine St.,Bunnell.Phone ID 73403. way before construction begins. -In_ The Heart of Flagltr Beach BunaelL Fla. Phone ID 7.3661 HOUSE PAINTS

j"t 8 4ltfc Our" second ;responSibility, arid AUTOREPAIRS ORMOND PRESCRIPTION Match and mix any colorBuilder's

tt. SALE-furnished it is' equally important, is, to Supplies Kitchenware
FOR 2 bedroom PHARMACYSick
get rid of the improvements ta Shield Service Station GIFTS c- GREETING CARDS
r house on Deen Road, closet Room Supplies: Sundries24Hour AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420
in. Contact owners on premisesat the greatest possible advantageof ,Arcadius Habel. Mechanic Prescription Service

405. Deen Road., 8-4-lt; the State." COMPLETE ,..AUTO REPAIRS Free. Delivery in Flagler Beach JEWELER -'
Davidson defined the work of Overhaul .
Right Now We'll and Rt. AlA 1 ml. North of '
FOR :Apartments In Flag-. the Management Division as a Repair Your Power Mower ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661 0. F. BEACH
h Manor, 820 SQuth Oecan 'She.,"recovery program." No Job. Too Big Or Too Small Jeweler

(,:,- Boulevard :Flagler Beach. Com- "The Road Department doesn't 111 No. Bay SU Bunnell Thompson Pharmacy Elgin Watches-Diamonds \

r. .pletely furnished apartments, 1 want this,improved property and EDGAR'S GARAGE Your Health Is Wealth Exceptional Gifts -

and 2 bedroom, utilities included. has no use for it," Davidson 24-Hour Towing Service Put Your'PRESCRIPTIONS Watch Repairs-Engraving

f. Daily,' seasonal or perma. emph fied. "But acquiring im COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS 46 W. Granada Ormoad Beach '
k <: nent. Under new ownership. proved property is now'an Integral Automatic Transmission Service Ormond In Our Hands OR 7-2384

r..'., July .28.4tc I.1 I part of road building. We Wheel'Alignment-Balancing-Front End I.141 W.. Granada-Ormond Drug A Prescription 7.1421 Shop PAINTING CONTRACTOR
--.1 to reduce the overall '
simply try
OR
240 Granada Ormond- 7-O893
SEPTIC TANK--cleaning reason.I
/ able rates. George Jarosz Phone cost of construction ,by showinga AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION Flagler Beach Sundries R. Moody S
the removal of the
return from SEALTEST ICE CREAM
ID 7-3410 6.16-12.S--tp .
improvements." HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC PAINTING
Swim Suits for
\ In its brief history the Division
:;;;; SERVICE
Sell T.V. ADVERTISED All the Family ,
has. sold more than 500 Phone ID 7.3240
I The way Is'paved for you. Letua. Repairing- RebuildingCentral
explain showyou can earn over buildings. Structures sold, leased NotioBS--Souvenirs BUNNELL, FLORIDA-
i" $2 per hour as an AVON Representative. .. Florida's first.specialists hi
1 .Mrs. Jean Mllanlch. or rented include commercial AUTOMATIC- TRANSMISSIONS
t' box %U. Lockhart. Fla. buildings, churches, trailer 1239 Kidgewood OR 7-1381 Holly Hill GILL DRUG COMPANY BADIoTELEVISIOHPAUL'S

courts, barns, motels and rest. Walgren Agency.PRESCRIPTIONS,
.. RADIO & TV
1 f. JUST ARRIVED 11 dential dwellings. BAR AND PACKAGE STORE
' New 'Mela< igrand'Spinet Pianos Atenna Sales & Installations
The work 'of the Division be- FLAGLER BEACH
Ii '1 $445.00, 'Easy Terms. Thompson gins as soon as the property is Sick Rooni Supplies Sundries Authorized Sales RCA VictorWe
J,;: Music. Co.,135 Volusla Ave., Daytoaa acquired and ends when con- HOTEL BAR 19 W. Cra.ve.. Ormond Reach repair all other TV A Radio vet

t::; .Beach.. CL 2-8215, struction is started., Its operation "The Meeting Place OR 7-M5O 1370 Ocean Blvd AlA .
'. 7-tf. Ormond Beach OR 7.2852
April of Flagler County" .
involves. the rental, maintenanceand FLORISTS .

..- FOR SALE-Three;, ideal lots on disposition of'all lands, wi .md Yvonne Sew' NURSERY ,

r ,'. ". North ,'Moore 'St. close to ,school, buildings and Improvements BAMBOOBAR Blacks Flower Shop (

.moo paved street in town, needs no within the :ceases of the acquired
;- filling.:. Ready to build on. Coy I right. .oC way. LOUNGE Moody, turn right on Forsythe Shade Trees Potted Plants
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oC cither_ by competitive Flowers for All 'Occasions 1.000 plants free: one with every
Come In and Get Acquainted dollar you spend. Thousands of
'. sealed W*. pMWic auction or .lffine11 Phone ID 7-3343 rarities at reduced prices. Beat in
. :. negotiation, whichever method Ocean Blvd. 'AlA FkMrtor Beach I town.
I S48 8. U.S. 1 Ilwr. Ormolu BeachTRAVEL 1:
FLAOLER BEACH REALTY CO. will aftereIt.retum to the BOTTLE GAS I FUEL OILKING'S

'LOTS, .HOMES, OCEAN FRO T, state.The. a GAS : AGENCY -_
r' '--WATH FRONT FARMS" sale ..Gfouow. :*fc*. improvements IS : TRUCK STOP ORMOND BEACH .
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ACREAGE ( a tudft': defined pattern PLAGUCa ONLY PH1LUPS .6 GAS & OILS TRAVEL AGENCY Inc.'
Mat COTJWTTS
of firms and ,
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,y on
individual* -*tv>.;haYe liMfin[il IIGia. : OWIiKP GAS C0 .., .JDettvcty in the County Air., Bus & SteamshipTickets- 1
... -a, HE 9if. -'" I ochimprovement PHONE ID7:3 51 JWiI' Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fuel Tours and CruisesWorldWldo
,a nd ta fwrchaatag Domestic Airline Tickets Always
.. Phones m '7-3691 i i maintained by ... n.CwaII. _wBY' :- GM&1Jfte. Available At no Extra Charge

Y or ID 7 I Dav1an'sThe Hat ja- i _pi.p at 8er.e I ..--11I ,- JD 7 Next to Coqnlm OR 7-52S2 Barn Ormond.

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CHURCH
<-:..... : : :'.. DANCES.; :: 1 Mr. and Mrs Robert -,Read 'of'c
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,'" -.": > ', Morning pre.teeJdance this Friday night Their house guest has been their
., ice, 10:30 each Sunday. are being made for It to be aHobo niece Miss Pat Watt, from New .

f ::...,' BABBI'1'T'r'' a : Sermon' theme, -Sunday, August Dance. it Will 'run from'I York., .: .
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5 ,....t' Telephone HEmlock 92999LITTLE' ;, -
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< '" There. to the best hobo .costume. An i I C. H. Robinson and
,""" ': 5 .\ ,_ The Methodist :Mens Club will instructor teachers dancing, lessons daughter, Mrs. EdwhfZaMer of, t
,,: : LEAGUE NEWS NEWS. FROM FIRST- !neetonlf evening, August .
[ Crescent
'- :- ( I '*; :- nday ,during the hour-'preceding City, who aref'vacation _
: 55- After getting beat by the 1 1(BAPTIST CHURCH B, at the home of Ray Lehr and this week they are:-offering ing here, spent Friday in&wille, .,* ,

: .i Daytona Lions. 3-1 Saturday_ the The morning worship the service'on Flagler Ave.. All members j a free pass for any of their regjulars -, (Continued on Page 5) ;
next at First .
Sunday Baptist
be
to
are urged present.
,: 7 Rebels came bouncing back with who will bring two new I
Church will be ,conducted
for Chris .
: The Woman's Society
.A j: a- big win over the River ]toadRascals !friends. i 1- f
by Bob Allen of Daytona Beach tian Service will meet on Thurs-

.;'.', : \. night.; 12.1 at Palatka Monday I I who is a student at Duke Uni day, August 11, at the home_of !. *"l- and Mrs.. Bernie, Wilson I Community S ;
, ..." versity. He will be rememberedas Mrs. Ray Lehr and cohostesswill
}.. Joe May missed a' no.hItter visited I[spent Friday night in Tampa I Memorial Church.Interdenominational '
this
having church be Mrs. Emily Bondy. ,
a '" with her Catherine
,' *by one hit in the last inning | mother, Mrs.
; I last summer and supplying'the I'I
Rev. and Mrs.'Reynold Hoover j'winand. .
:' Highlight of the game was a < Also visiting there
< {;.f. AIR CONDITIONED
pulpit. on one occasion: were hosts to the :official board
;>; I was ,Mrs. Vilson's.ister., Mrs.
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Rev. J, Kesterson from PaLlatka Daytona Ave. .
'" i Monday evening, with 19 members -- who"
ton :May with on base in the [:Mary Sovvinski had gone
'Conducted
I has the'sermons attending the meeting. I FLAGLER BEACH
there from her home In-Seattle,
; ;fourth inning., Lee Presswood -
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for the last two Sundays 'He
There'were. about
discussions
<.- r' 'also looked good at the plate I Wash:, with her., sons Jimmy I Sunday School 1000 A.1L
was accompanied here last Sun '
getting substitute for the minister
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!' i', : with 3 hits for 3 times up. Ed I and Normand. : Church Service llfpo A.M. :
{day by Mrs. Kesterson, son in during his vacation and'there 1
-S'S Shatz had two big hits including -flaw i[ and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.I was a committee named I R. "Vy. DICKERT. Paator
,:: ., a double for 3 trips to the i I Gutherie. .. to .meet with the district superintendent Orville James of Sanford was I It EVERYONE
,,, -. plate., Glenn Miller had a 'nice 1. a business visitor here Tuesday.
in Gainesville aijd
"+' base hlt and drove in two runs!1 WELCOME'J
clarence-
Mr. and Mrs.
. Duncan discuss the possibility of panning -
-c, ;'..', :;' :Ito help .bring 'the score up to |; came from Tennessee. ; for-a week a new church. PERCE STRINGS J
> 12. The team as a whole played i I here. ,V "
top-notch game. I .. 1 '
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:' Following game boys. VAWSS AT
I 'Mr.. and Mrs. Normand Sas- children, Denise, Teresa and WELL MATEo fUL
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!, accompanied by Aubrey Spivey, / couvt.e
; ,- i ser and, family from. Lakeland Carl of Cincinatti, Ohio, are FLAGLER. _
': r, manager, Jimmy Mygrant,,Gene
have been visiting herewith HARDWARE
visiting with .Mr. and Mrs.
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l' j: ; Spivey, and Len' Johnson, en- Graham. 1t:?
. ; Mrs. Elsie ,>, George Mu Moody in Venice
: joye.a picnic and afterwards ,
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OO SEE TMCM
;f- :., '., were guests of the Palatka-Red; Mrs. Robert _Schatz and f .
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, :. Legs when they watched them daughter,. Margie; ..have been Rev: and Mrs. Major""Arrow-
r__;{ play Lakeland. enjoying a vacation in,. wood ,
Birmingham and son from .Bristol;--Va., i
., ";" The Rebels travel to ,Daytona I
Ala., with relatives for
>. 0I the spent last week here on vaca ,
Beach, Sunday for a return game'with Ii.Ir.Nf 4BAKERITE
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', ':' ., Honoring Pamela Lynn 'Sheeler Round Sirloin $ ,
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r-; daughter of Mr.. and Mrs. ; or JbChuck' ShorteningLIMIT 39C -

,,-::: Bryce/She ler, on her 'sixth i
I- :'. birthday her mother gave a *
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, afternoon of games with prizes All Meat' Stew'<'f ik.: ;69
1-; ,'; were Eula Lee'.' oody, Sue Ellen I "

..':f,_ Seals, Donna. and Joyce Whit Mayonnaise2t95 I

: ney, Susan_ ,and Jimmy Moyer, 5 Ib BUCKET I
t.: Kenny Baker, Karen Larsen,
,:- Patty, Ann, Debbie and Charles: ; $ 00 LIMIT (1) WITH $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER. I
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J'; S Meekins,, Scotty,.'Clark' and Britt Chitterlings '. | ALL FLAVORS 3 OZ. PKG. '
ii S Sheeler., .
Mrs. Sheeler was assisted -in .
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serving -birthday cake candy. \. '
; _S and ice cream by Mrs,. Lester I FRESH GROUND $ i JELLO -- 5'i

Sheeler, Mrs.-.BOb Whitney, Mrs. ... 00
Joe Seals, ,Mrs. Daisy Moody,' HAMBURGER :3ft .
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BOLOGNA (in the piece. )-- '.3ft _Apple Sauce 1'O 4. !1

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SMOKED 'SAUSAGE 3ft
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BAG SAUSAGE 3ft ,; 'Orange Grape 39. ;

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!t" HAVEtA I HARD SpIceiKiMi.joIgIeId: : Cheese --
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1--1f;. S here carrXWeMthat's for...drive' in what now we're and (weak .r drilc MH!) I gib. 4t ': : 'II.

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I '' Thursday; August .4, 1960 =---- Ole-Janicki 'were to return to Flagler Beach sometime
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I. -"" >>, $_ -I t .Miss. > Fay Bass' returned' to Atlanta. I Mr. and Mrs.spent Randy several Turner days Mr.her daughter and Mrs.; Mrs'Jean Bielski, I in the early. fall.- '.

Ga., last week with her !. of Tampa I from Detroit, Mich., and granddaughter *
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in the Turner :
:Jl":Jler &5each brother and ,sister in' law, Mr. last week here ,' Mrs. Wayne .EHiott:-of:1 r ."w "

: and Mrs. Herbert* Bass, to be cottage.. Tampa, Florida. I I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Treadwell

Continued from Pale 4 their house guest this week. The I I Ii I made a business trip; to Jacksonville -
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Mr, and Mrs. .Myles: Meeks, of Herbert Basses with their' little Mr. and Mrs. Willis: White 1 called Mrs. 1. Tuesday., ", :

.. Jacksonville..spent the. :weekend son, Casey, had spent two weeks have as their house guest Mrs.'i Mrs. Flociel Rader night $ t c

; here, In their beach., .home.- here with their parents, Mr.. and White's daughter, Mrs. Vivian Willis White Tuesday her home in Rev. and Mrs. Judson Taylor,
is at
Russell Bass.: of Garden City, Mich., saying she visitors
Mrs. Rockefeller is feeling from Bristol..Temw were
'E" *Cteraenee.motored _: ., her for Morley Mich., and
visit with week.
r. Mrs. William who plans to here for several' days-last.
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r; Lauderdale last week. ; \ much better. She says .
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;1r India 'Recognizes 15 The 408.000.000 people in the J I technical. terms have crept Into tongue' is burdened with clumsy

complex nation speak :179.. languages most of the native tongues;' a i rules it is bad rhetoric; _for instance Frank & Glad's

Of 179 and 544, dialects, the National monkey wrench is'a "monkey for a'writer'to repeat any s

Languages Geographic Society says. wrench" from Assam to Bombay. of .a dozen Tamil synonyms for SHOE REPAIR

Though only 3,500.000 Indians English is one of 15 major heaven until he .hasused the'mall. W. MOODY BLVD.
Tri India, 'there are, 723 ways languages recognized for official Block West of Railroad.
are fluent in English, many i
to ask the time of.day but. General Shore Repair
; only: more millions understand a "ba use. It Is the lingua franca of

{i s 'ti ce.S L one way to .request. 'a monkey zaar" patois. English. words and] Indian officials and intellectuals Language is such .a. major

wrench. .. 4 .... I whose speech ,of ten. has the force in India that boundaries 'FREE 'PAINT
', L.--" -- flavor of Macaulay and are drawn along linguistic lines.
stately
,"..: :t. The large bilingual state of One extra gallon of. your choice
other 19th stylists.
: ; I' <2 century Bombay recently was divided in with each gallon you-buy

; f. : NEW .? Linguistic Splinter Groups to Gujerat and Maharashtra to Mary Carter Paint Store

: : Members of the Indian Palia- give its two major larlguagegrouPS

Tt;; : : f ment usually debate in English, their 'qwn'states.. Also \Vetjrato Khopptiur Oater
y .
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....... .b ." I the- language most have In "".
TOMSTOP .
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" ''$. .c d : c' .. i common. However, some legislators

:": t ij: : .: !. ;: speak only their provincial : : Registered

.. : tongues, and one representative [Real Estate ]
,
of an abroginal tribe could
J''f BrOke1
< i ..- ''.:,.f" I understand no one but himself. I >1' patters.L ... BunnelL

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L' I This member's[ plight recalled i iI '\ ,, IlkdsEYLkirt Ystiw ... . .

: ''.< .., instances turned up" In an Indian : am NOTICE AND CALL OF MEETING
. I '. HANDWEEDING TO ELECT ONE MEMBER OF
'There apparentlywas :
I census.
: < BOARD OF SUPERVISORS FOIl
, : T I I
.:. only,one man in India who.! BIMINI DRAINAGE DISTRICT.
Notice is hereby given that a special -
;" spoke Andro. The two persons meeting of the owners of land
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) t' :. ,: ::;: I who could converse in Nora arid : I situated District in in Flagler the Bimini County Drainage Florida

: .. .' ;. .... the four who knew Kabul were is hereby called to be held in the
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'" ., Commissioner's Room of the Flag-
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> 7- :.: somewhat better' off These ler County Courthouse Bunnell.
"I '.: splinter groups .who lived In the 1495" t Florida. on 'the llth day of August.
:\& : : .: INISi' I lard A.D. I960 at 3 o'clock P. M.. for
:>>; '1.. ,_ 4.. sparsely populated tribal areas it the purpose of electing one mem-
-..;ti;'...- -" ":': :' ber of the Board of Supervisors for
-41. pf Assam, where linguistic fragmentation the term of three years and to attend -
: 'still. Is rife. The great ttw', "- to suc.h other business pertaining -
:
rq: : : VEGETABLES majority of Indians,, however, > come' before to the the district meeting.At that. may

such election each and
every
,
of thema
least
at
speaks
one
to .... : acre of land in the said District
jor languages.The shall be entitled to one'vote in per-
: ,. I son or by proxy In writing duly
', : SPRAY VEGADEX AS _YOU PLANT Indian Constitution establishes signed for each acre of land owned
':.' { ..,.. represent their wards. Execu-
> ,; 'J tongue, as the national langu- I 't. tors and administrators may rep
tf :- .:: .; This new "chemical weeder" kills off tough'grassy c. resent the estates of deceased per-
;' .. :' : weeds ends age. What Is called"Hindi" today ) 's sons and private corporations may
: hand
f' : '. as'they sprout-practically aU
; is Hindustani ; J>e represented by their officers or
' ... actually a '
-I. ;.: : :: weeding.in vegetables.. ::.AbUse ., duly authorized agents. '
: "' '\, dialect of western Hindi used : It is ordered that this notice be

. v...1'/... ,-- ;. ':.," Vegadex to control weeds in .cole crops; -k'. T. by "the man on the street in secutive published weeks each in week The for Flagler two con-Tribune
\ much of India. Hindi is a newspaper published in
spokenby
}:'r\:' :: greens, com, beans and garden beets 'r : 11 Flagler County.. Florida.
.. some 140,000,000 persons I'l A i 5. 5 Date of first publication. July 28th
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.. thus is the third most i A.D. 1960.
.' Vegadex kills off weeds like popular
.?i +. ,.... ",. tough : 3" : language In the world after I By R.order W. of DEEN.Board. President.of Supervisors.

.. "... } :. purslane, pigweed, chickweed,.henbit, :L d.a Attest
't.;' .r& ; ioxtails..and f Chinese and English. Hindi is O. F. ALFORD Secretary.
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.man
': '..'. '. r .; '" : : more. related to Urdu, the 'official *1 July 28 and Aug. 4-2to

".: language of Pakistan. I IN TilE CIRCUIT COUP OF
: > l' Come in now..tget-your, ; Vegadex Ifeii llqJr. FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA.
.. True Hindi from
.. developed IN CHANCERY NO..4058
.. .:' ,,; S cmd have it ready when you. 'plant! I WILLIAM F. .HOOD ,
.. ...... Sanskrit, an ancient classical: j Plaintiff
; :' ,' -------------------- aiMCAlf.:
; '< .: language. Today; according to I pf* *} '
; ., .... the BARBARA HOOD.
i4' + last census of India, only I Defendant.NOTICE .
:. 1a 555 people speak Sanskrit. There -i-: ', TO DEFEND

: KILGORE SEED COMPANYxWbBVM Is, however, a; movement to purify I .' '..'.. THE Barbara STATE P.OF Hood FLORIDA." TO:

i Hindi I ,.- ... ; P. O. Box 1377 .
popular by throwing, .. fl 'j' Laurinburg. North Carolina
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You are hereby notified that
out borrowed J'ds arid a
; ; 909 N. MAGNOUA ST. OCALA. FLORIDA ; replac ,. suit has been filed"against you In
ing 'them with Sanskrit. Substitution the above
entitled
f : :' -.-.....-..-.-...!. ......._._........-.........-............_._....-.....".".................. often 'proves difficult. 29Z, swer are hereby with the required Clerk cause to of file this; your and Court.you an-

". FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHt I When a synonym for an alien ,- and to serve a copy thereof upon
Dntx Fatttm No. 1495-Vovthfulcvlotitt .. the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
F" worddoes not exist iii Sanskrit, whose name and address
-Fathion't pt "1'/. this t.a- Is:
I the meaning must be conveyedby 'ion-!/>. comfortable, practical cvloHitthow Ray Selden Selden Building ,

'AMBULANCE. a definition. For example, 'ht 10 o rouse, sl..v.i.u wrcon. SOO Main Street
s "ONB VAlley,, 5 .' Daytona Beach. Floridanot
radio "celestial
: SERVICE becomes voice. No.' 1495. with PHOTO-GUIDE tt ta U6 .later than August 12th A.D.

,' : ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA Sanskrit dz.sif1,12,14J6,18,20.ttud31 to .If you fail to do so decree pro
Is Difficult
'0. Sixt 12, 32.'b uf, 4ft yards ot 35- confesso will be entered against
Garcia Amb Weee The wide gulf between written nch. you for the relief demanded In the
aaee.
be heaJteat about calling a
Never bill
of
: N..df -
cad 'and spoken forms of many ,tix. with mbrrd said suit being' for divorce.
with safety
always Indian languages causes con.. ';orcl., add o prtttf touch to this ..w- saId Court this 12th day of duly

'f riM" S.u I fusion. The literary form of easy frocks J.lo..292 hot HMIM- TzM 14, A. D. I960.
(Official Seal) ,
: 16, 18 imdutivt kot-lrwf troodtffIf
Bengal Is cluttered with Sanskrit : RALPH E. HARBERT
Equipped With Oxygen Resusttator and Inhalator. I r1i'edion.. Clerk of said
Circuit Court
words and dead grammatical Sued 35c for 9och dress patttrm, 25c .I July 4.2t.2S & Aug. 4--4tcCIRCUIT
Garcia Funeral Home forms. Bengalis find it difficult lot ofh n.. IN
TIlE COURT,
SEV-
ocfr potter for Ant doss monimjf to
to pronounce.Sanskrit, so ENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN
P. E.: 'GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director the spoken word often sounds AUORfT. lANE ftUfiEAU, D.p'HWNS, AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY
347 W tt Adorn,Street Chicago 6, III. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. CASE
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; -: LADY ASSISTANT quite different from its spelling. ili N0 THE 4069 MATTER OF

.,.Tamil, a major south Indian Notice is hereby NOTICE given that theCity The ROSS Adoption of BABY GIRL
Assessment Roll will be submitted by lAMES THOMAS
SHAATTLES.
': ", to the Equalizing Board of DECKER and VERBlE
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&1 SHATTLES.
: .. I the City of Bunnell Florida for
: ? approval the CUr day NOTICE
on. Tuesday
; : }1 .,,i of September A.D.. I960; at 7:30P. TO: C/Q JESSIE General ROSS
r Select Yourv: .M. In the office of the, city clerk. Roanoke Va.Delivery'
.. "t All persons desiring to have corrections -. YOU :ARE.HEREBY

: .:. ; the listing in ,such or the roll valuation whether of In .'of that the a white Petition tor.the Adopt on

; property or otherwise are hereby I BABY *, JSale! minor child.
EcomicaI aid iepMdable Gas EquipmentHARDWARE ,' :: required to file with the City Clerk. i above GIRL cause on Oss.the was 12th filed day in the of
w or at the meeting their petition July A. D. 1160. by JAMES THOM-
,
.
settingtorth their objections to
such and the corrections DECKER SHATTLand VERBlE
asseMments
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t't't.: :: which. they desire to have hereby commandedto andand are
; :. -At made. ap-

.; "..: '...';<,.',...'' U of Bunnell.H. ..J:>RADY'Florida.. City Clerk A.beforehthe D. 60to Jlth how- day of August

< r.Aug. 4-11-1I.,25--1tc there cause if any
be' why the Petition for
,
,Adoption should not be
%" FLAGLER ,, IN THE CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT" FLORIDA.IN '0FFLAGLER 1960Dated this 12h' day of .July.granted.-A.D.

y;:: CHANCERY NO. 40 O (Seal) RALPH E. HARBERT

SAMUEL COSENTINO.Plaintiff Clerk of the Circuit Court
.". July 11 -% & Aug. 4-4 tc
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;" iT : ANNA.. 'MARIA GRECO CoSENTINO
: M And Get A Summer Bargain Defendant. '

-' .. THE STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA.DEFEND TO: IIkt JIa lrr QTriburtfBUHITELL

/, FTM" LeIj'l L*P.! 1'" Task..M4 IwWWtwi. i .f .SApIiai..s. Anna c/o S3 Reid Greco Maria Avenue. Greco Cosentino' ,' FLORIDA


r:. ,. (Not Including. PJ irib4ng or Electrical Work) You Brooklyn.are herebynotified New* York that a
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; rIf suit has been filed 'against you in MRS. M.: B. FULLER, EditorDesig !
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.'. y the above entitled cause; and you ,
S are hereby required to file your an- .
: CAR LOAD PRICES '. of this Court.
r swer with the Clerk ..e4 OfleUI PabUeatloa
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.1 i COUBCAN. 10 TEAR WARRANTYBBLBXE : and the _-plaintiff to serve or a plaintiffs copy.. thereof attorney.upon far Pnblle Notices .t Flashy
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: firwi'j .
Fri i
}:: WATER HEATS M, ,_ fitsand Seryj whose. W.name Gfcir and. Grant.adddress: -. Is: Comity, MB..elpaJJUH tkercU

;, Reg- SpoeiaiJM : -'::: ':y 407% Main Street and the State .r FI.rl4a
Floridanot
;'" '" Will IMallI. .Maintain Daytona Beach.
: .'Gk*. Price. S9&S9 v *.*MMCWL .'-'. ':' .. AppliancesSold .. .. later than August ISth. A. D..
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;tr.. r.-> ; i ,' Price ,S198J 5Q 1 .9ffM .. f... ,,:-. : __ B'. .. 'J I960.If you fail to do so. decree pro Catered -a* ..*..* class ...tiare..7
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confeaso willbe entered againstyou "le13. the .
>* t
; : .A yu- will be :offend at '. .for the relief demanded in the ac*
. bUt ,ofcomplaJntr Then nature of at BBBBCII. Florida, ***** act 4Hareb ,
:' i- wper u.a.-PrieM""" .- l rt.. ...... Hi hi aM salt being for divorce 3. I8T8 '

4" 1iM1e 14.by'manuactou e., .' ; .. 6 wire Bald WITNESS Court,this my .U hand b' day-and of seal July of ,.
A. D. .1980 *
(OfficialSeal) One T**'- ."' T1F3Ix
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RALPH HARBERT
E" mgnth: ,
Clerk of said Circuit Court "'" t.....
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1 I Mr. .and :Mrs; Ii. E. Bullock '-

i; J and sons have returned to their][ by :1 :

; I home in Haw Creek after a visit 'I' I

; I j jt 'of with two Mr.weeks Bullock's in Danville mother, Md.and, n Tom Dorr ,

LOCALS other relatives and friends.
a
I il II SHE SAVSTO 6ET '
4. : Guests of Dr. and Mrs'. J. !\tf. ::4JeiA YOUR MAH41SE 7l "J
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Canakaris this :week,
I i are Mrs. 1
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Bride-Elect [MELISSA SARA itOBE'RTSONr Canakaris parents, Mr. and ..,
,t. I FORMULA FOR ALL -
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William
r' Mrs. Kampiles and her
1 { Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Robertsonare G1RL5 r4.
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Mrs:, Helen
I tHe'parents of a daughter, grandmother Skly i ij
who are moving .from Chicago,
24, at
born July the Flagler "
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St : I
Hospital in Augustine She j "
will reside. ,
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pounds %
t. v weighed ounces I
3 I They were accompanied here
'3 rand has been, given. the, name :,.
I from Chicago by Mrs. Pete Kam.
of Melissa Sara.
I piles and son, Michael; who will
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visit for a few days. TON; (
Mrs. J. C. Hall,. Sr., had as i .
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\; hec guests Wednesday, ,arid !
I' > ROYAL NEIGHBORS K tj
JS Thursday her aunt and uncle, I I .
: Mr. Green. I 1 I MEET WITH MRS. MAGEE
and Mrs. Harry of
.Anaheim, Calif. They: "were" accompanied j!4 1 t The Royal Nefghbors me.t with ....FACE POWDER. et ..ADD BAKING \

'. .' here by Jr. and Mrs..I:Mrs. ,C. O. :Magee.fast .Mondaynight AND Tb KEEP HIM POWDER. S 'j
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.'.'; .,_ >, Lee Bondy and .son Drew also at her home In Flagler- AFTER 'PU'REMARRIED.
of California. I Beach 'for the business' and so- ..-
'-, rr : pial meeting. The prize; was won j
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11r.and :Mrs 0. C. Shelton .
"- ., I and daughters, Jackie and"Traci, Mrs. Magee served a delicious '
and Mrs. Eddie Zeller and young refreshment course to her guests. ;1 1j
"i .. tdaughter r left ';Tuesday for: Lake'I I The next meeting 'will be August f j
29 at the home of Mrs. Florence 1 4

r... I Wier where they will stay .
through Saturday> : I Norcross in Flagler Beach. J I u J
I 7: Marilyn, Christopher i ii J I

f: .. i .'. Rev.:.and. Mrs. Thomas Pinner-1. .. CARD' OF THANKS ik11\njwvfL'iij\ ]\

Christopher-Margin .: have returned from a vacation I I Word cannot adequately express "i 1 I I,

f' Engagement Is Told 1}i spent in Accomac, Va.Mrs. "our gratitude to our many, 'il
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many were so help ,
Of cordial interest to ''their, .
L. L. Brannam and
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lul to us at the time of'the most
friends Is, the announcement of daughter Nancy were in"Gaines- : ;
I NELL'S
tragic death of our dear wife KITCHEN 1
the S engagement and approaching ville last week for registrationat I
,and sister, Ferrell Ward Wilson.
marriage of 'Miss Marilyn the University of ,Florida. We are most grateful.for the jj On the Beautiful .St, Johns River i

Winifred Christopher of Bunnell Nancy 'will enter"the universitythis i many cards, visits, prayers, delicious .. ... \ i!
to Mr. William Leonard :Martin fall for her freshman year. iI i food beautiful flowers, 'Specializing Friday Nights in :, \
E .: of Enigma, Georgia." ,. ,. I ;'II ,i
charitable contributions, and
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The brlde.e ect is' the..daughter Mr. and Mrs, -Eldon I I
:Jnlght-
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: other expressions of love. ,The i iI CATFISH DINNERS| .
(:, 5 of Mrs. Martell Hunter, oft and. daughter, Kimberly; and j I memory of such kindness. .will : n, -. ,. ; ).
Bunnell and Mr. W. -C.: Christopher his and : *
daughters Linda Lyna be with us 'always. ., ALSO RIED., CHICKEN AND PIT BARB. QUE
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I :' of Yuma, :Arizona. Mr. Mar Lesa, returned home Wednesday : Earl Wilson ., .' f' r .\
tin is the son' of. Mr. and Mrs.' from, a. week' spent at Lake Wier W., r'-: 2':Miles'South .of San Mateo on Highway 17 :Turn, Right ';; ,
Evelyn Sommer -
Floyd Martin' of, Enigma Ga. I'I vacationing. i ',* at San Mateo Estates-% mile to RiverKINARD'S .- ,
iI : Hubert E. Ward
f r The couple will, be married Inj I .
j, i Leona W. .Eis bach.. .
,a quiet ceremony, ,In the Congressional r Lloyd 'Robertson and daughter i.l 'FISHING CAMP.

Christian Church of Rebecca, were visiting in In. i. '
." 1 l ,i ii CARD OF'THANKSWith'deepestgratitudewe Thone Polatka-: EAst 5- 185 .
k Enigma on. August 14, '1960.G"uestsVf'MrVfand i dian Springs, Ga., with Mrs. ,

I t Robertson's mother this. week.,jl extend + _.
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!'; Mrs, Duane Rebecca'will remain there for.a'I this expressipn of thanksfor .
f1-' 'Deen are thefr cousins, Mr and r visit and' he will .be 'accompanied : the many .kind acts of sym, < -

Mrs. Eddie'Van,cOtt-'of Ramsey, : home by his sons, Stanford: : patKy expressed in so ,many, BRANNAM9Food /;

New Jersey. and Kirk, who' 'have visited. ways during the illnes and al .
j i
i there for two weeks.; the''passing of our husband and

Judge and Mrs. Duane Deen father. These kindnesses have. '

t' and daughters, ,Elaine and" Sue- Mrs. J. C. Hall, Sr..":had asher meant much to us. -, : :; Market .f'o : .

':. ellen, were In'" ,Ft. Lauderdale guests Mrs. Lillian Bucker We would also like to thank d .

Wednesday through Saturday and son, Charles. of Cambride the hospital staff for the' Wonderful :; '

If attending the convention of the Ohio,. ,who 'visited.Wednesday, care given ., him during : Your Red & White Store .. .;_
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1191. BAY St. Phone ID 7-3496. _
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Mrs. Evelyn 'Cook I
: +S"W.l\II Ilil'ill.i1iI'iitlil': : Mrs. Clara Lange U. S. Govt. Graded Good : .
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t '. ROUND STEAK ,8ge
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GOOFY GOSLINGS 1t> ,
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1. When goose eggs ..hatch, the U. S. Govt. Graded Good S \

:;: ... -,s ,. COOL OFF!III!! thing goslings they accept see as the their first mother living: CHUCK ROAST 4ge .' : .

MONDAY An Austrian zoologist Konrad ,. --
ESTHER'L i I LOrenz terms the phenomenon Swift Premium Tasty SMOKED;' x"

;:E : : !!!* '"imprinting.in a "number It has of birds been Insects reported DAISIES -_ .. : m 6ge i -

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SWIFTLY .. FRYERS.li 2ge
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: CYPRESS Summer days greatly. increasethe : <. .:. i
runoff from the"26 glacierson Freak.Steer', !' iBEEF i

.;.. Mount Rainier, the National i
GARDENSP!!
; '' :, Rivers LIVER 3ge
Geographic Magazine says. '' ft S
',0': m that can, be forded- In' ,the : S : I
c ESTHER W1LLIAMSII torrents FROZEN ROODS' ,,
{ i. morning become. .:by aft : -
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$ WITH HER ,, ,) '. ..
i GUEST STARS emoon'1:< ---: J1I"dsey II oz. '

!I<. :' : .FERNANDO LAMAS w. M.....fji.. SPINACH ,Z'for37e

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He JOEY BISHOP a t Ky Sara Lee 14'/ oz.COFFEE : -- ,


t DICJCPOPETHEAQUAMAIDS.THEAQUAMAWK&CYPRESS GARDENS SKI fifi : Bunnell Theatre, CAKES .ti .-.. f:5: ,;.;. 7ge t .-

BALLET W>RLO.:>CHAMPION DIVERS, I ,. ..-_ J, ,

Itf; CYPRESS QARDENS, AQUABABIES.mm ,. FH. ,& Sat Aug. 56. Oiar Value No. 303, t 5', ;( ..


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: I refrigeration protection when defrosting.
,i ; ,e: TWO STEEL WIRE CABINET SHELVES (adjustable' ) ence from 9 A. M. to 12 Midnight the 3'days.
.. plus glass:vegetable pan cover as of third shelf.
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7; S. l.' MAGIC CORNER HINGES. No door clearance I.
:: 'needed, at w side.. ing can bring you Real Savings ---- That's

"A. }. .:.-...". Right --- can shop at home and
. yM... Model. No.BA-I. $ I 0070 now you $avon
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Mcde M 3Q0 TGR e BIG 8,500 BTU COOLING
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\ POWER. COOLS,FILTERS,DEHUMlDtfiK. .
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FITS ALMOST ANY WINDOW. WRITTEN PROTECTION
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': a''itowwle. OorJs-Irll po dro..FonMI. 1 AUTOMATIC"TEMPERATURE PLAN- Year parts and service
.'',,isi a.k"'e4..it'7.. CONTROL on entire unit, plus 4.years onscaled
\ .. I 4 e REUSABLE AIR FILTER. refrigeration system.
..110 'elerieatd pictero hbt.
""" 'Capacity tested and rated__- t Stop in and if
.. .,,.:., '3.'r-x.., < In compliance with NEMA .\,. = ,t. ,. -,, see, us even
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:: J:: }"" r -, .,J'<: :.. ..... If/DviICED/ these fabulous buys. We
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; < .:.. ,.- .'<-.:' FULLY' AUTOMATIC. free traffic appliances to

: 4': .'i.J-.!:"'." 7' WASHER be given away each day.


iIL We have hundreds of use-
| Fully automatic washes, rinses, damp-dries clothes emdl
; l shutk it automatic 1f_off automatically.FJtxiblt control ful appliances that are on

i:* Famous G E ACTIVATOR' washing Hard on dirt. easy sale
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.We have a few used TV
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; Sets at $24 and up. Used I II

refigerators $39 First .
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: i : ....1. 30" PUSHBUTTON RANGE and Factory trained I

s ski Cot irais Ce++rwtW t# 1t' tncb ed,WaKe$In Sfr.k '. Service Men. We:service

= : 1b r Hands Aria Full of W.I pto a Dnp+Caakt pP ,resat we .all"l_. : ,;? X Xi ., ,
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'Tliul'SdaY :August 4; 1960 fLAGLER '
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:- The Bargain Buy I Thur-Fri-Sat' Aug. 4-5-6 S V

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: :w _: aYat! [Saturday There Nights Will Be From A 5 Band to 7-Don't Friday Miss and' It 1

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fi f: .;<.:,;., \Vfe bought this merchandise at Carload Prices, and we are
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these SAVINGS to YOU.
passing on
t. III:..:..,,...:..:...';., Bargain, prices on Refrigerators, Washers, Freezers and
;f (not pictured here) are included in this sale ".


: I. : a _ i 560lb.NORGEFREEZER .1"r


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Burners Light Automatically! .
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'\ I i. i ctA-mi Now! No, more searching ,
i ; YOUR 't for matches! N6. more '- EASY
xs:, oU)... bending stooping to TERRESd JIf
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: aloNGI light oven or broiler! A
:;, tiny pilot automatically Exclusive
p t' lights gas the instant you
I.L1 i'" y"..' .$WN Ive'A' .',tN"1- Automatic turn any heat shut-off'control-dial pre!,. _- ; fety.Fir8t
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\:- NO. S 'DOs,- ttttN\S\. ',S- :if yens pilot flow light of is gas out.to oven 1iI ',., :-:-., > ',j"-t.:.c; ", --:,..>5.1, FOOD FREEZING"
t =: Assures constant zero
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.M6mmoth 24% Oven, Infinite Cooking Heats : 4 Moa.icn. ts 2. Safety-Guard Cold
-i. PuII-Out,Speed Broiler Sfay-Cool Door Handles fAb. Control
I.:.; Clock and Interval Timer Full-Width Lamp r'-' Safety Latch.with Lock 3. Custom Formed '
, : 2 removable baskets Counterbalanced lid Insulation
t' NO rHONE ORDERS' FIRST COME FIRST..- SERVED! SKI, SERVICED AND GUARANTEED BY YOUR QUALITY FORGE DEALER.- I
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:; :. \ : I in Charcoal 'brush. .. i see:grey or Whitish{ "spots around Il j be done 'more conveniently'with

Ii\; '' :Yoo Late ," .. Safety: I If :you use a "charcoal )lighting, I l the edge of:the chorcoal. this I long handled forkst.tongs, skewers .

: f : Cookery II fluid .be.sure to use it according -''jneans that it is kindled. In 20 j. skillets and saucepans.It

hH:; -. :J Jv to directions. Soak ,a little minutes or so' it will. be., hot I easier, too, if you' hate long-
;: .ToCmssify 'Safety: suggestions far ,kindling !:into 'the "briquet before lighting enough. to grill :- handled swabs or brushes.
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::,-.<",. ./ Bv Bussell Kay ,and using charcoal which them, and be sure there is no I The charcoal 'chef-:and others
,-'r.-r.:'Y' ."' 'I I J.. has become so ,popular for out I:liquid fuel that has not soaked I II I who Join in the cook-out THE OUTBOARDER ,

;. ::1 .... Cleaning out an old desk door cookery, ,are offered. I I in when you start the fire. Nev should wear heavyfireproofed. Authorized Evlnrude Dealer
-r <--'', iraw recently Icame, acrOSS Charcoal, -'1Qw' sold in lumpsor er use ,gasoline i paint 'thinneror t gloves both in building the fire ,BOATS ACCESS0flIESJIEPAIflS
:- ,::: -::, >-. several copies' of the. Leesburger, .briquets in many"grocery and any other highly ,combustible and using it. A fireproof or .re- Dockage Storage Free Ramp

.' j..- ; issued in 1890 and 1891. garden, supply stores, is a, con- fluid to kindle "charcoal.. 'I I reslstant, apron is safeguard' WE FINANCE

:,< I:: : As I read, those" ,yellowed'< venient fuel'for'.barbecues, grills, : Safest way to kindle charcoal I,too.-. 825. Ballouzh RdDaytonaI .
. :- : .", pages, I tried. to picture in my picnics ',and carapfire cooking.But is to'se dry, crumpled paper, [ Florida extension specialists I I-' -
; .. mind the Leesburg 'of '70 years safety measures are required or a light substance like excelsior I advise having, on hand a sprinkling RCA VICTOR

- t ago. It.iwas, a sort ot,,private for successful use. ;. under: the pile of charcoal.. can full of water-one witha UVING COLOR TV
:.. ",.:;. little world, made ,up of .friends Be sure to set up',your grillor :Then. simply light the paper, as long spout preferred douse -LOOK FOR TilE I'ICTCJIE
the
fire in
"i" '" and neighbors, merchants and dig, the barbecue pit In an in starting an ordinary fire. It an emergency' or' when IN THE WINDOW*
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leaving the picnic site. They Southern Radio & Television
;'. tradesmen, fami rs' and growers open place, well away frojn I may take a little fanning io get
also that looking. willS 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001
.: I 'who' were concerned primarily; buildings, trees, dry leaves,. or tjie charcoal kindled. When you I suggest
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:;.: Interest centered in the num. 4 :;, : ORMONDBth

,:. .r. t ber of new citrus groves being I -, '. t ,<. ,, 'I GARDENS TV
:'..;? '. planted, the price of fruit on
;( ':-::': the tree, a stranger in town I voter sti short tfoitr 4/4t. 1 I
r'; :::: L and the high cost of good mules. : : 11.34 am LOG pn J8 pm 4.15 pa SERVICE

:; : It seems that governmental c I Ii I.. : .:. ..-J ,
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2;".: was resented ,then Just as now 1 1I FRED), A. FRUITS
.'>> lor the outspoken .editor, Mr. I Sales, Tubes" and
. Jordan, had this', to say; about : ; :! JEWELER Antenna, Installation I

-:- '" Ihe, State .Board of Health. DIAMONDS-WATCHES
: "The Board of. Health is evidently : :: REPAIRING .PHONE HE 9-2204

:'. J' '..!, ,getting 'to big for its*1 rIY'.JI"'YrII. -., p
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': : :. lot; of smart ,Alecks who ought' frt I .. .

. :' ,- to be put 'to work on. the public i' I .. CRAIG FUNERAL HOME

t :: roads,-given ,something to I
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i2: ': .' .'any more foot things like I I '. ': ... A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director ..''..
f' '" 'this compulsory y,-."yaccination .: JOHN HARDIN :Associate '
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::" ':.-. :The masthead off the paper L1 CONDITIONED LADY .EQUIPPED ,
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.. in office. i : CHAPEL AMBULANCES,
? then Governor I <:
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F. P. Fleming; Secretary oft'1 I FERRIS WHEEL .. ., By shifting their weight, six t. '' ;,

ii' t State, John L. Crawford,. Attorney men speed wheel 150 turns to the minute' Costumes and'headdress ] ..'- _.,Z';,,1-- '? Ii !. 7-3S32'. ,.t'...:

/ .General. W. B. Lamar; 'Trea-. ,of acrobats by at Totonao Papantla Indians., Mexico, follow pattern. established 5 .1500years 'I .- oj' E. .MOODY.. "'BLVD.'. r.,, .< >! 4_ '" ..BUNNELL .RlDA'f .
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asurer, F. J. Pons; Comptroller, :' T ? ,. iiJ: ,
;( W. b. Bloxham; .Supt. of P bllcI' :' -f" :' <. .

.' Instruction, ,A- ,Russell.: : :';'';. ,
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:. Most of the 'advertising was S Seethe Chevy" Ujrttery Show.in color Suoday*.NBC-TV.- ,

: :3n the form, of cards ,or, want; : .
_i -. :ads with ,patentxnedlcines": pre. J. /" J
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If:,":'.,. dominating:, "including such ,
" i >,,' guaranteed cure-alls as "Penny CHEVROLETTHE '

}.,, royal Pills' 'Br wn's' Iron Bitters I
':' ," "Parkers;>> Gin; Tonic," "Ger

/ :: man: Syrup"" and, 'of cure. ,
"Cast rlat .nd Lydia Pinkhams. .
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n---i ; those which did showed"that their : .


l[: iYI't--:::." Cash olays doll ,r Store than-:' went it advertised. ',further does now.'America's in, Motes those' : THE BEST BUYING I TIME..RIGHT! NOW "


.c : finest' corsets at 75 cents each ii I
20 cents. Dress .
r : 'shins Outlrig 35 shirts cnt: .- Suits, $8., : With more people buying Chevrolet (including and wonderful ;. your .couldn't be better ; /

'1.:.. : In the classified' ads was the :..- Corvairs) than ever: before with Chevy popu- Corner your Chevy dealer one of these days real .'.T if

.. following: For rent, Nice' 'dwelling laxity and leadership zooming up, to an all-time soon. See 'how satisfying it is to do business with, ... '
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,< : t.., in Leesburg per month. ", f high;. and with the choice of models still wide.a. happy man. ; t 'S >

"> : 'MaudeNeVe's. Livery Stable ,. ....
offered 'some real transportation :' l
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It t'l--:;. One Top Buggy; $45; 3-seater :
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1'\: : CPlatform Spring Hack $35; Two :

,,,: ;-r. Horse ,wagon with wide tires. t : : *.i: r
''; : ,'. $40. ; ana Uke.-new ,Phaeton, $30. Hi k"" ..'.<.-., %I1 bmjr- I ""ti .'*.* ;V- .'
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c,i." of '.the world but evidently the' 4 $ 0- a :

:.",, : editor didn't 'know' about it ort ;; ; -i.! I
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; ... interest to clutter :up his paper. : I .
t Resident' of teesburg in the :;: {t /' ,- vfl.IAhSport,' Coup.-
: : -nineties :ha'd little interest F--- ; 1,. .. ., ," ".:;, ... ''''...
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': :,;._ around ''their' local, officials, their aca/sirr...4NIRDWAW1NQADVAATIQS :
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-i: Senator ,and Congressman with. :-. .... >
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slap
: a Ffcst, because.of its advanced it : ..'
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::"' McKInley ;and his Repubii' ; : engineering .
11.'t' :"t" C&c:-" ,was'voted Car of the Year by the editors of .,
: c kot1& i Motor Tread, magazine. ,And '' ,'.1 -' !'
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x- While the ;virtues of ,temperance f :':; :: .now.CorVair's: ._ \
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,, ''rteiied in editorial -'";:. received Designers Institute uu.u uiuiii IiI1IIISL! PJUUiIJJIi.JLIi! i .
;. were Gold Medal for !
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'j .columns,' advettfcers admontehed -: \.:4.:. .,.. -1"'.-;'. style. The award was presented, trim William distinctive I* p-- :. ,...": I;

;: \ becribecsTemember:: them : "' .. itd1ellG Motors ,
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of spirits
ct- wlien in .Jiced, .',.' -f1 vice presldeat in charge of WcHEVRr q'- 1
fered :Belle e-.twdngton.:; 13 4.;:; gtyliag., Drive ,America's i i.J
f yeais ,oJd at; &: a gallon; white. :.",:. .; awafd-winniiigoot. soon! For tconoraical. Transporta en Cqrrr'700 Club Coupe...with h ndy to1d-dowlw..*
: EfiM$2i: _: aM 'new cOm .atI. ,-t. /-.,i:. .: : ,.- S -, S ,.',c fJ
'JaraatOi 9*** $3 a gallon; ; ., 55
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,and *.: .Ga' at ,$2.50 per ;(: : : See : .'. j. I
: ImpM 4S\ : i Chevrolet, c&rs, C evy's Corvairs.,. and Corvette,,' tlOUrJocalauthorized. Chevrolet' dealera' .. _
I ..,:jaOn- 'MM. ,' "-* given special J <-7 .. l'-.J'. '..-.- ,. ':" --:: Y' : '': =- > I
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y' .sir....thwtt were the "geod. : ::1f; : ., : : 5:. .. / >

.:eN', ts no iner > i" : -,'., 1
,; ; HALL.TUMUN CHEVROLET COMPANY ; .

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to ; ,j' : ONE.ID f" .BUNNELLELORIDAW.t; :f,
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