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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: August 11, 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
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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. 31,. BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. AUGUST 11, 1960. 2.50.c :A YEAR j

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l.i'' FLORIDA, RANKS Plans for Lion'sAnnuaiiSmall i CITY RECEIVES I '
Flagler
'County
l-! Tax_ EqualizationBoard SECOND IN FLOWERSThe j CIGARETTE TAXESFrom

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; U.S. Department of Agriculture Fry the 5-cents a package
lP, to :MeetSeptember reports that the gross !I tax on cigarettes sold within Schools Open
wholesale value 'of cut flowers I the. city limits during June, the

., produced in the Sunshine State I,Fishing"Contest !I city has been allocated $1,529.61, Tues. Aug. 30
': 5th during 1959 was nearly 13 millions according to a statement from I ,
" i.t..r.. : dollars., The Lion's annual "Small Fry"I I'Tallahassee today. I II
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T Q" h' California, 'ranked first in the i Fishing Contest will be held on Beach received from Flagler county schools will ;
< ? The Board of County Cqm I Flagler
1'1 i Saturday, September 10th from for the 1960.61 session
I open on ;
, :. ,, missioners met Tuesday'' evening nation 'with a cut flower production !the same source$695.75; Beverly
'; 1:' to discuss equalization of the valued .at round 18%' mil-1,9 I to 11 A. M. Boys and girls Beach, $77.11; and' Marineland, Tuesday, August 30;- It was an- J
'through the"sixth: grade
," lion dollars. may nounced by Z. D. Holland. county -
'; i $9457.The
assessments, but ended' 11
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tax
I participate. .Prizes will be awarded superintendent. l
Cut flowers fnclude carnations, j total collected from sale
setting Monday, Septmeber
by
[ to four boys and girls Teachers will begin the
pre-
) .tax chrysantemums, galdlolus,, and j of cigarettes over the state in
} 5 (Labor Day as equalization I,
![in the following categories: I I planning session on Thursday
roses. June, amounted to 263536069.
, .': date. First Fish: Caught, Smallest i t I August 18, with the following
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'i Tax Assessor,D. D. Moody ,submitted Fish Caught Largest Fish I f Of this 'amount $671,430.21 goesto listed as faculty members of

t ,-: the;,.assessment roll at : I I Caught, Most;Fish Caught. '; the state's general fund. Bunnell and Flagler Beach
t. ( : the board eettng August 1. School Board I Lake Lucille, in the heart of I I schools:

; .. after an 'extension granted by j downtown Bunnell, has been i(Bible School'Commencement : Bunnell High School-James
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the board previously Since $ne I stocked in preparation for this: O. Craig, principal-supervisor.: t
,;< member of the/board was absent Accepts Budget event. ,Refreshments' will.be. I f Edward E. Brunk} assistant
.<:\., at this meeting it was ,decided I served, and all children eligible! principal.John .

'' .,. to wait "fot,a'.full board beforeconsidering For! Fiscal Year to 'participate are 'cordially. in. This Friday NightThe A. Cannon, guidance
the "roll.A I IL' vited to corrie. counselor.
legal' advertisement published I!I I I Worms will/-/ be furnished. commencement exercisesfor Frances Wadsworth and Roberta -
. in June 'gave notice that I f I The County 'Board of Public I the Bible School will be at Steflik, kindergarten.
an equalization meeting would Instruction met Monday afternoon i ir ) the First Baptist 'Church at 7:30 Hazel Holland first grade.
'! I be.held on, July 4, but because ][r and, among other things I II jBunnellBusinessAssociation i I Friday night at the church :Mrs. I Jeanne Cannon and Edna Me- ,
/ .of the .extension granted to the |[I adopted the budget! for the fiscal ;' Kick's Emma Jean Strickland said to lure, second grades.
f e7; 'tax assessor nothing could be j I[I year that began' July 1st. J JI I I Wilda Hargett and:Opal Craig,
done. The boards that time !I I The total budget this year is J day.The Bible School opened on' third grades. '
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failed to adjonf'the meeting until -''I$24,000 less than last year. The Off Membership DriveThe August 1st and will run through Viola Tonkin and Ruth Town-

! a later date-another date,had reduction is ref ecte in the Board of Directors of the I Friday morning.Mrs. send, fourth grades. .

to be set, Tuesday! :night. to lesser items for; buildings, The Bunnell Businessmens Associa Strickland said the av Laura Morris, fifth grade.
September 5. total for the 1959.60 year was tion met at the home of JohnA. erage attendance for the school Sadie Brunk sixth grade.
Assessor ,Moody said today 484953. For the 1960.61 year (Jack) Clegg Monday eve has been 104 with, the highestof i Emma Murray., junior high:!
4 that the tax. roll k, only about the total is $460.,806. Out of the:"nlng, August' 8, and outlined 118.iThose. ',* Myrtle Cockman' junior high..
$100OOQ m&re; this yeor than j!I total the greatest expenditure I.I plans for a'fred.hot.: membership '- .- assisting with the I Martin Ralph junior high and pI

last,. the,.rise:,aeeffiBilrig' by additionai ..j anti lpa ed" in for instructional :I driver .- I school are Stella: ,Cauley, ,Ethel junior football coach.
Jmp vedw ts. He ateoj'said J i salaries and aipsmmts to $269,846.I : e prsent"membership was t McMillan, BarbaraCody, and I Clifford McGriff, phys. ,Ed.;

;" :;. :tfea\\,.' |zyea\ 1iere is,>io |j Something-fee 'general public j divded into two, teams: the Red Angela Wadsworth,'in ,the' inter- driver education/and d bask tba} :

' ...1",;.{'....: .i. ;A' ., .' .iT bP 1 f-lv .tA&tk1 oftaBdoes'-- ? 1 tet take into con"ff -4sideration j j'eshhcehR.financlng I t 13irdsrwith# cnatr e ,;. 91I med rate clgpartrnenf ,.._,.:'A I Lacy Hump ysocJal:; studies .'.
F .ranywh-& ,.o,the,1!county., : :I Il I fain, and the Blue Birds with' For the*Jtfniprare'ridge "June.Hold- and vareityfoctbail, coach '
'. Last year a' tax 'assemment.j l schools .in this county is that! Leo Baker captain. > Faye Edmonson, Harriet, Santa: Bradley" ,'' phys. Ed. for

':a..... was ..imposed ,on homesteads),of the $460, 806 total for schools I II tt The drive for new members( JIatcher, Beverly Emery, and girls.
!"' east o* Kings Road for the East I only $121,401 1 s anticipated ends Tuesday August 16, and Eula Bennett. Barbara Avery, science.
1'Ja.." Flagler:Mosquito District, but I t from county sources. The re the team bringing the least I ,Serving in the primary department Mary.Broadway, home economics
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.:.-.i this year: there is no tax: on I mainder $365,408 is anticipated number of 'new members will are Eleanore Pinner/Sammy _
,''" #< homesteads for this service.' from state and federal sources. treat the winning team to a I Whitaker, Louise Harris, and_ Gloria Martucci, language. ..
.,'. I Also in the budget this year i iI I chicken dinner with, all the Luellen Deen.In Byron' Hinson, mathematics.
1 is a $ OOOO' item for matchinga i t"trimmins." the beginners departmentare Theodore Hein, commercial
Lions Club Has
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t; I like amount from state In addition to the membership Geneva Solomon, Betty Jo subjects. '

sources. Unless, the county pro- drive, the board of directors outlined Revels, 'and ,Joan Peavy. In ( Lucille Anderson, librarian. '
.: Record Attendance vides its $10,000 the total a. a plan for a Credit Bureaufor charge of the nursery depart. I Walter Morris, band;,
! : mount would not be received. the Bunnell area The plans I partment are Myra Wadsworth, Jimmy Ward, agriculture.: I
" At Monday Meeting Z. D. Holland, county supt., are complete and "we are ready I Rose Dozier andNancy Bran- Amelia McCoy English.

[, '. All but bne member: of the said today that there is the I.to go, subject to the approvalof 1 name I FLAGLER BEACH FACULTY I"
i Bunnell Lions Club were present same, number 'of instructional I the general membership at }- Serving on the refreshment William Fennell, Jr., principal I
' for the luncheon meeting, Monday personnel as last year. He also I their next regular meeting at'committee are Amorette Wells, I and sixth grade.Rosemary .

t:. r which waS, presided over said the board granted, a $20a I the Civic Center, Bunnell, Thursday Lucille; Brooks, and Minnie How- I. Brown7 first grade. I
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by President Fred Fruits. month across the board raise September 1, Mr. Leo Baker(ell. I Suzanne L. Bourne, secondgrade. 1
Deputy District Governor Floy t for bus drivers. Last year their I Isaid.. !

Edger of the South Halifax Club I'salaries ganged\ from $75 to 130. I ."It is hoped" he added, "thata I Commission Sets Emma G. Kulp, third grade.
': and International Counselor This. year the range will be from. sufficient, ; number of Bunnell Annette Fennell fourth grade.

Bert Green of the Daytona Beach $95' to 150. I businessmen will endorse this New Limits on Daisy Moody, fifth grade. ,
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: Lions, ,Club, were the visiting S The board also approved construction I plan to make it a reality. ,

t' I Lions.Cox of, Guests Crescent included. City and,Norman Gary I Bunnell High of new School.fire> escapes The old at Fresh Water Fish Last 'Dance for ;

. t escapes are obsolete, having ,
Watson. Daily bag limits for fresh
f Leo Baker was. appointed as been built in 1924. and are considered 7ifc.. I water fish were made uniform Teens Is Set for t
chairman of the Young Fry Fishing I dangerous to studentsin throughout Florida as the Game

: ,'Tournament Committee. The ( event a building. ..fireoccurred.Methodisf and Fresh Water Fish Commission Next Tuesday

date was:,,set September'10. adopted a regulation making
, I '", oJ. The club- voted to go on record the new daily bag limit i The last of the Teen Dances
f .' ,;, ; as 'favoring a dental clinic Buy 35 panfish Including red-flnned I scheduled for the summer recreation -
. .. ""'" F for Flagler: County which is being '. pike and''1O bass, according to, I will be next Tuesday
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; sponsored.:by the,.Methodist; Location In A.,D. Aldrich, director. night at the Flagler Beach -Recreation
,' Mens Club of Flagler Beach. S a7 3?5'4Xs '; The new bag limits will go Center, Mrs. Harold Mas-
: The clinic:'would' be financed by Flagler Beach Into effect 30 days after' certification sic announced today.
( Flagler county and the State : to the Secretaryof.,Stat Mrs. Massie said the Tuesday
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.' Board of Health in connection Dr. R: C Holmes, secretary of by the Commission on or about night program was so success.
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with the Flagler County Health I church extension of the Florida September 1. !ful they plan a repeat performance -
\ r 'Department.Registration: Conference of the Methodist r?. rf Other bag limits remainedthe for next Tuesday night,

f. '. T; Church, aM the Rev. J. C. McKentey -same;. pickerel 15. ,, and using the same orchestra at the
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: :Books district: superintendentof 4 ; S white*bass 30. same place. and with the same -
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'the Gainesville District were Previously, bag limits were 50 chaperones .The largest attend

t F. :.! :,Open September 1 in Ftegler< Beach last week, surveying panfish and 10 bass in the two ance with 167 paid' admissionswas
possible sites for a .future NEW STAMP? y Colorfal4cefii conservation districts of South present for the Tuesday'

: '; .h: The registration books for allt :Methodist. Church building ,1, I960 stamp honoring gees es the sale Stth, Nev.*a- Florida, with limits o! 25 pan- night dance.
::a', qualified voters.of Flagler ccrtinvty there.> alversar7 of the Camp Fire fish and eight bass in the remaining Joe Penny and his ; Wooden,
t will open, o* September '1,. The men fuse three acres on i Gtrte. It was iMigM* fry BLEd three districts. However Nickles furnished the music .i
Registration 'Supervisor' Gladys Daytona Ave.. between'21st; :Sand rciM08THWMT.Pilo... ,public sentiment expressedat i featuring' Ted Merthe on the

,...4: : : Den said todays ,. 22nd ..Street. A national known the special pre-regulations: rhythm guitar and Jule Page onthe
,t:,, S Those who hw slot, 'already architect has .been. retained to 1- "AHA meetings sponsored by the com- drums Peggy' David of
registered, :and 'WIle.;. :eligible i draw; plug'.for a building to be The'five'.Northwestern states. raisaioR throughout the state Bunnell as vocalist made a

It ; -' ;:te.:ye4e, may,regial :f tike e
i: ;tee of, the supervlMr: the.I,locl_ congregation hopes to occupy I moo,' and;1WyemlBg' aft Uerah 'statewide bag limits. Chaperones Tuesday night
,' ,;,' MY'= 'court-houaejyl': ."' .- the: ;1rs .unit within a i big hough to eever New England .o.The eefupromise of 35 panfish were Mrs Jasper White, Mrs.

-, t d bars wilt ,dohtlt J\o.\ .::.'1 Y ar.' Rev:,'would .Hoover; t seven tires wer. But R1)r I and'.10 black bass for statewide' Phil Kester.5! and Mrs. Harold
'ii- ,the_November: era( 1__' ct the _Plaller .... JBln-1 f G.3IO.880 people, fewer; than' ir Jitntts was,favored by'most fish. Massie. The dress for next
.' & } 1,,Ji --, York Mve tfeere. Tuesday bermuda shorts.
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PAGE TWO < THE FLAGLER )TRIByNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, August;1 |pL96Kt

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; Canadian North, The survey program :Win facilitate -Ii zinc, asbestos and gold. Experts I c,miles south of Ellef, Rlngnes" Is I tem by which the pile& -.

; expansion of defense installations caution against the hope of easy! land. To meet this problem, Ca- gator finds his locatiwiiffibugh-

I"l\;: Frontier if required, and will riches, and nothing like the.I nadian scientists are using the signals from synchronised' dit ,

: ; Last Great J II aid the north's v economic development I Klondike gold rush of the late Deceit Aircraft Navigation Sys transmitters.f" ?-- d't.

#k ; = i The area already has i iI 1890's is expected. However, the --- ': ,
: T: Being PhotographedThe been made more accessible by.i estimated population of 34,000 .

:'j .,/",: Canadian North, last I I helicopter and the nuclear sub- i in the Yukon and Northwest i INSMIE-SUy Iniroi & Rest Assured '
Territories increase
_ '' great frontier of North America, marine. 1 represents an _
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,:7 .,.::,,' ...is having its picture taken. 1 I The helicopter has made it' of about.35 per cent since M'I.
1951. GET THE BEST PROTECTION FR
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; end of 1960 airplanes :
the
s"i.; Before posible fors a ground surveying
armed with cameras will 30 times One curious faces
party to cover more problem explorers I'
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y : .. complete the systematic photographing I territory in a day and has I in the far north: know- T. COOK AGENCY. ... i

c;;..t of the entire face of.i proved invaluable as an Arctic !'ing where they are. Compasses

L '..' '" the. vast region, so rich in, possibilities j work horse. The nuclear submarine j"do not work north of the North Citizens Bank lldg. Bunnell, Florida t ]

;.,.: that many. Canadians: demonstrated its capability Magnetic; Pole, which lies 250 ;
; <.. believe that Horace Greeley's for Arctic work when the -- _.

, :-. ,, famous' saying should. now be United States Navy's Skate Ii
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r-: .ff': ."Go north, young man;*' broke through the ice at the

v'.*:..\.i<".'" :: Financed by the Canadian North Pole on March 17, 1959.I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO I
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I \ <-y.;' Government, the: aerial photography Ice"' often blocks surface craft
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.. 0 will make possible more' in the north: but economic plan- I I .
detailed and accurate the submarinesmay
maps ners believe cargo
, ."" SERVICE BUILDING SUPPLIES FLOOR COVERING ). _
:;- 'National Geographic "
Society the problem.Cargo
solve .... .
t' / says. It will also help geologists submarines will need McDANIEL'S WICKLINE Tilecraft Company'

to hunt mineral deposits and i of under-
detailed knowledge
Service Station Building Supplies "LET US FLOOR YOU"Armstrong
; engineers to locate power lines, the northern _
: : water areas along I & Kentile
::1 railways, and highways. The coasts. This year some 60 Canadian STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS Sold and InstalledAll

i" .. photographs will complete the scientists are gatheringdata Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs STEEL I Work Guaranteed

1'-:.,' "Potrait of Canada" being as. about the ContinentalShelf Bunnell ID 7-7119 Flagler Beach HE 9.2254 Ormond Beacb OR .7.3181
;::_: sembled by the National Air along the rim of the polar
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:: ,,.:-.0 Photo Library of Ottawa. basin north of the Arctic arch I Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRlCATlON CLEANERS FURNITURE .
r. pelago. They have establisheda
Ormond and
: Ground Parties Help Bedding
base on Elef Rinlgnes Islandin BUNNELL CLEANERS
GULF TIRES & BATTERIES Furniture Co.
: ., While fly'over the Sverdrup
' photographers group. *
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CLEANING Substantial Discounts All
Open 7 A.11.-10 P.Y.-7 Days on
will"criss .
head
ground parties DEDS-SOF FUIINITURE
cross Arctic islands whose topo Arctic Oil Sought State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 SERVICE $10 Tradeln Covers Down Payment
Open Dally S to 6
r R. S. ROBENBERRY Owner
graphic details remain largely Biologists will examine fish CLOSED THURSDAY NOON
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Colonial Service StationEARL 60 Granada Ormond Deh. OR 7-6411
unknown. and sea mammal life on the Phone ID 7-3188

t. I f' The air-land survey will be shelf. Geologists and geophysicists E. RICE.. Proprietor 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell GARDEN SHOP

t:: one of the largest ever undertaken will study the compositionof GASOILLUBRICATIONMOTOR Gray's Garden Center

r; by a government. The the shelf itself. Traces of oil TUNE-UP CONCRETE, PRODUCTS Headquarter for Gardening Need

I ; areas involved lie in the Arctic were found last summer, and a GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIESU. Ceramics. Gifts. Dry Arrangement

: archipelago, and the Yukon and private company is reported al- .S. HIWAY 1 = BUNNELL Your "Q" For Concrete Materials .
Annuals Fertilizers
f Northwest Territories, which to., ready drilling just 80 .miles from :Dial CL 3-8113 TORO- Shrubbery LAWN MOWERS t
t. gether comprise more than two- I the Arctic Ocean. GET YOUR GOBOYand
make Carts with McCullock, DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-0511
7. fifths of Canada's 3,850,000 Other private companies are ORMOND
West Bend, or Clinton Engines.
square miles. I exploring for tungsten, lead,
?'"T': Tires and Cart accessories at Concrete, Inc. HARDWARE

CORBETTS SUNOCO SERVICE Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.

: STATION DRUG STORES JOHN DEERE
CLASSIFIED Bunnell Tel. ID 7.7123 Agricultural&Industrial Equipment

i Hall's Atlantic Station Anderson Drug Store. Bars & Shapes STEEL.Hot& Cold Boiled

j .:.. Prescriptions ... Black&Galvanized Pipe & Fittings
xs Jack Hall,Proprietor aY .J WP O
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< ',' -' OILSLUBRICATIONTires Sick "Room 'SuppliesSundries f- ;
/ r'J: DEEN RD. Phone Iy 73148
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Llat1np unde" this heading are 3 cents per,word each Insertion, TiresBatteriesAccessoriesROAD THAT FAMOUS PAINT
75 cents !. minimum charge. SERVICE BUNNELL
BUNNELL Tel. .ID 7-3652 Exclusively at
FOR SALE New waterfront FOR 'SALE-1956 Mercury car in
PharmacyFlagler
Moody's
home. Charming 2 bedroom good condition all new tires. Sullivan's Gulf Service. FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE
home with red tile roof, terrazzo Phone HE 92049. Mrs. Kaczma-- County's Corner Drug Store

floors, Florida dining room. Located rek Box 162, Flagler Beach. GULF i PRESCRIPTIONS
GASOILSLUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSORIES Flagler Beach HE 9.2103
Palm 'fygand, Flagler 8-11-ltp. DRUGS SUNDRIES

Y. Beach. From Highway AlA take "Specializing Beach Information In Service and FOUNTAIN SERVICE Village Hardware Center I
second street to end turn right. FOR SALE-roll top desk in'very Clean Rest Rooms"In BunnelL Fla. Phone ID 7.3661 HOUSE PAINTS -,

Contact owner-builder, WhitneyE. good condition. Phone ID 73621. The Heart of Flagter Beach Match and mix any color

., Green, P.O. Box 457, Flagler Mrs. Gerald D. McCoy. 8-11-ltc AUTO' REPAIRS ORMOND PRESCRIPTION Builder's Supplies Kitchenware
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Beach. 8-ll-3tc FOR RENT-2 bedroom furnished PHARMACYSick GIFTS GREETING: CARDS
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I( house on North :Main Street. Shield's Service Station Room Supplies-Sundries AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420

} '' FOR SALE-6 room completely i Bunnell. Contact Duane Deen, Arcadius .HabeL Mechanic 24-Hour Prescription Service
furnished house two blocks from
ID 73228. 8-4-tf COMPLETE! AUTO REPAIRS Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt. JEWELER
ocean on 50x150 ft. lot. Full Right Now We'll Overhaul and AlA 1 ml. North of .
price $5,000.00 Five hundred NOT responsible for any more Repair Your Power Mower ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR T-1661 O. F. BEACH I

',t-'. ', down, .fifty' per month. SubstantIal debts only those contracted for tfo Job Too Big Or Too Small Jeweler '
111 No: Bay SU Bunnell Thompson PharmacyYour Elgin Watches-Diamonds
discount for cash, good buy. I by myself. Gilbert A. Krier, Sr., Health Is Wealth Exceptional Gilts

1: Phone HE. 92024. 8-ll-2tc Rt. 1, Box 224, Bunnell: Fla. EDGAR'S GARAGE Put YourPRESCBIPTIONS Watch RepaIrs-Engraving

8-4-3tp 24-Hour Towing Service '
FOR LEASE- Stock inventory of 46 W. Granada Ormond Beach
Pure Oil Station at corner of FOR RENT=Apartments in Flag- COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS In Our Hands OR 7-2384 I

U.S. Highway No. 1 and Moody I Manor, 820 South Oecan Shore Automatic Wheel Balancing-Front Transmission Service End. 141 Ormond W. Granada-Ormond Drag A Prescription 7-1421 Shop PAINTING CONTRACTOR

/ ,. Blvd., in Bunnell;' also Western i Boulevard, Flagler Beach. Completely Alignment
24O Granada Ormond-OR 7-O383
'j Union-option If wanted. Contact furnished apartments, 1 Flagler Beach Sundries R. Moody I

Henry Richard, Mgr., Box 372, and 2 bedroom, utilities includ- AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SEALTEST ICE CREAM

Phone ID 73138. 8-11-tfc ed. Dally, seasonal or permanent HILLHYDROMATIC PAINTING
's Under new ownership. HOLLY Swim Suits for\ .

FOR BENT Ocean front '2 bedS July 284tcSEPTIC SERVICE All the Family Phone ID 73240BUNNELL ,

room house 'furnished or un .. Repairing- Rebuilding Notions-Souvenirs FLORIDA : I IRADIOTELEVISION
I TANK- cleaning reason ..... \
furnished. Also 1 bedroom turn Central Pl. '* tint specialist la
able rates. George Jarosz, PhoneID AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS '
..ished apartment near pier. John 1239 Rldgewood Holly Hill GILL DRUG COMPANY '
7.3410' 6-16-12-J8-tp OR 7-1381
L5 ston's Realty opposite pier.
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: Walgren AgencyPRESCRIPTIONS PAUL'S RADIO &: TV
s 8-U-ltp JUST ARRIVED: I- BAR AND PACKAGE STORE Ateancr Soles & Installations

FOR SALE-2 bedroom furnish. New 'Melodigrarid Spinet Pianos FLAGLER BEACH Sick Room Supplies Sundries Authorized Sales RCA Victor,
I' $445.00, 'Easy Terms. Thompson '
ed house with garage. Located HOTEL :BAR Id W. Granada Ave. Ormond Beach We repair all other TV A:Radio sets
on 100x100 ft: lot close in, 405,[Music Coi 135 Volusia Ave. Daytona OR 7-B25O 1370 Ocean Blvd AlA

Jr; Deen Road. Contact owners on. Beach CL 28215.. "The Meeting Place, Ormond Beach OR 7.2852".
County"JIm'
of Flagler
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April 7tf FLORISTS
premises. 8-11-itp 5-
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Serving -
gad Yvonne NURSERY .
FOR lots .
SALE Three' '
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,FOR RENT Duplex 2 bedroom BAMBOOBAR Blacks Flower Shop -
St. close to school
North :Moore :
apartment facing ocean. Will in town, needs & COCKTAIL 2 blocks west of Railroad on Wagon Wheel Nursery
street no
paved
: Shade' Trees, Potted Plants
rent by week or: month. Apartments filling. Ready to ,build on. Coy LOUNGE Moody turn right on Forsythe Shrubs .'
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,f available August 15. Call Open Under New Management
I G. Harris., 1-21-tf Flowers for All Oceea one 1.000 plants free; one with every I
: b;' ,HE.9-2012. 8-lX-2tc : Come In and Get Acquainted dollar you spend. Thousands of .
; S Bunnell Phone ID T-3348 verities at reduced prices. Best In .',
,- WANT TO RENT 2 or 3 bedroom 0.. Btai, AlA Flag ler Beeefa i town.
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:" :, ; "t : NEW PRINCIPAL.. NOTICE OF GAME .,."' ." r = : !' .
; : "i '::; '" 'q,iJ j 'Ii ENTERTAINED 'Tr/e-Flagler Beach Rebels will
: V.Jeack. Mr. and Mrs. John Cannon meet the River Road Rascals. jr'
J.>fj"Jlaaler: ; 7' : ,. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tonkin I Palatka In a return game at ;

, "/'- .", -:1. ; entertained Friday evening at home Saturday morning. at 10. .
.: : ., '., style dinner honoring Mr. and I Mrs Lillian Jacksonville
' Grace of
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: Telephone Mrs. J. .O. Craig. Mr. and Mrs.
I Beach here
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; :..'+.', 'METHODIST' CHURCH NEWS COMMUNITY MEMORIAL. I"from Brooksville and he is the Stanley Springer and family.
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.:! CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSRev. I new principal of Bunnell 'High
(..._: Services are held In the Worn-1 Her husband is serving with the
:-'.'''''' Club building. .Rev. Ri W. DIckert, pastor of School. Other guests were Mr. U. S. Armed Forces in the Med
an's
'' and Mrs. Z. D. Holland and Mr. 1vMARRIAGE
r is the the Community Memorial iterranean.
;" old Hoover Reyn.1 and Mrs. j.
Hinson.
Byron
/ ;.. the sermon theme for Church, announced that he will "
I t./ .C,.; will be' "The Master Builder." continue his series of messageson I
Mrs., Edna Ebert and' Gene ,
, : ,':" '. Church school will be at 9:30 "What The Coming of The Community i '
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.. are coming this week from Tampa .
: Ij... T' _, A.&S. and morning worship at Lord.Is" at the morning. worship I to visit two days with her I Memorial ChurchInterdeuomlnational I II ....--.---'ill) .
10:30.: Choir rehearsal, will be service next Sunday.The '
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Haines and
cousins Mrs. Flossie BRINGS
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Ladies of the Church will
at 6:30 P.M.:
Friday George Wickline.Mr. I .OT OF CHANGE INTO
hold a business meeting,Thurs. AIR CONDITIONED I IJ
,',. The Methodist.Men's Club met '"M. J I A MANS liFE-AND IT
. day August 11, at 2 P. in Myles Daytona Ave.
TAKES A LOT OUT.TOO
.. at the home of Ray Lehr,'president t the air-conditioned sanctuary. and Meeks of I -
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! Monday evening. E. H.It J Plans will be made to raise : Jacksonville were in their cot i FLAGLER BEACH I \
'.. Threadgill was guest speaker;')funds for the building of the tage here for the weekend. I Sunday School 10:00 A.M. I Yesterday, today, tomorrow...
t using as his topic, "Early Days; Fellowship Hall which has been Church Service 11:00 A.M. I Ir your car is always on the go. .
t _. on the Western plains' / i I started. ?Ir. and Mrs. Jack Robinson R. ,v. DICKERT, Paator Make sure it responds your
spent several last week in
days EVERYONE WELCOME .needs..let us properly service
:: I The Woman's Society of Christian .I ENTERTAINED BIRTHDAY Winter Girden.I jt I IL- --- .....- _. it. .Regular service, addsto
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its life and performance",
\. morning'at 9:30 at the home I i Honoring Mrs. Eleanor Shill I
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" of Mrs. Ray' Lehr with Mrs.'I on her 79th birthday anniversary PERCE STRINGS BUDDY too.II'
,. Charles Bondy co.host ss: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shill 4
entertained for her on Sunday i'NI 6OWG Tn 60001 THATLU YOU CAM RELY UPON
i I afternoon at their home with a RAISE TOUR SAYE ME THE
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Moore and and dessert RENT TROUBLE ID HAVE
family party course.
family returned to their home I I Among those present were RAISE IT.FLAGLER..
-' here Tuesday after spending a.. George Shill, Eleanor Shill, HARDWARE rata
; month vacationing In Virginia,! Elaine and Danny Frailey. I TO rtWB SELECTIONSIHTOWH Tilt PINT I
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\' Mr.\and Mrs.' George Kendall.
: Mr. and Mrs. L. E. -Woods of have returned home from two
: Palatka spent the weekend in, weeks vacation In the Smokey "
:' their cottage here.' ,Mountains. I 0 gar k
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j',".":'- .for daughter their,,'Barbara home ,in left Cleveland Monday,I II' Money -- Saving Food Values 'I I Ii

!: .Ohio, after spending three
f-. weeks here with her mother,j PILLSBURY CANNED

;-i'(,, I 'Mrs. -Nettie Vernlce Brusich., Her remained otherdaughter i P
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IJII1" weekend from Rawleigh, N. C., U.S. GOOD, .
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M. BIG CHIEF (LONG GRAIN) 3V2. H> CELLO
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,>;" Young folks from Seville attending
the Teen Dance last Stew ,29
.. Tuesday ,evening were Sharon, '
r Gall,-Gary and Stanley Cowart,, Tomatoes 10

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!; :.:. Mr. and Mrs Norb Ferris, SWIFTS PREMIUM 1 lb PKG. LIMIT PLEASE
former residents here, spent the '

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Thursday, _A1 gust :11,. 1960 : ':':+:THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE,' BUNNELL, FLORIDA :.'> ,.PAGE.FTV3Sr.

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,t .I ON DEANS LIST 1 Bride-Elect y Mr. and Mrs. Wayne. ,:Harper

I of Little Rock, Ark, visited here-
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one day last week with Mr. and
: announced a dean's list of 1383 Shower Friday Mrs. Coy Harris. Mr. Harper and
.. / -- names for the springe semester. enter
.. Mrs. W. W. Deen [Mr. Harris served together in.
The students were undergraduates tamed and cof
LOCH with a shower the armed forces.
taking 12 or more semester fee party Friday morning at her
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r>' B or more. The list* included I bride-elect. Miss Christopher -
, Laura E. Fetterly of Bunnell. will become the bride of I .. .
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,. ...'", Miss ChristopherA '. Luncheon Mr. W. L. Martin in a quiet ceremony FRED.XV.FR: i
i ; -. fetes Marilyn HUNTER FAMILY in the Congressional

f:' Lingere Shower ChristopherMrs. HOLD REUNION Christian Church' of Enigma, =} JEWELER ITS-YIJ

Members of the Hunter family Georgia August 14 ')
'.' Mrs. H. A. Dbzfer entertained. .. J.w. Brown entertainedwith DIAMONDS
; enjoyed their annual family reunion The shower of gifts'were arranged
bridal shower and I REPAIRING : .
C'. :. with a lingere shower? on.Wednesday I IVJ Thursday a at her last Sunday at the home on a large round table ...a _._-_-._................-.JI.._..__._..............-".1'....... ..
:-- evening'sat her ,home eon lunch.j and Mrs. under : white umbrella. I
>< of Mr. Kenneth Biddle a pink and ..
Dixie, honoring bride -
:ttt; honoring Miss' Marilyn Christopher I in Lake Geneva. Summer flowers In colors of :!
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: whose marrlage to Mr. 1 Boating, water skiing, and a pink, white and lavender were D&D 1
W.. L. Martin will be August 'will become the bride of I
on -
basket picnic were enjoyed by used in the rooms where the .
11 14 In ,Enigma,' Georgia. Mr.: W. L. Martin ,on August 14 ] those present. guests were assembled. The re- i

: The bridal motif was' carried in "Egnima., Georgia. I Enjoying the affair were Mr. freshment table was overlaid Radio'' and TV .

." I out in the decorations in the i I The serving table was over I and Mrs. F. A. Hunter and Mr. with a pink linen cloth and cen- ....
: rooms where the guests were laid with i handsome linen I and Mrs. W. E., Kudrna of Bun tered with an oblong arrange- Service :
; '- assembled. White wedding bells cloth and centered with white i nell; Mr. and Mrs. Maude Lloyd ment of flowers in pink and lav-

'. .-. with pink satin streamers were gladolia' arranged. in a silver Mrs. Joe doss and Patty and ender with white tulle.
r: used in the decorations' and also holder. Completing the arrange- Joey, Mr and Mrs Lester Waters Mrs. Deen was 'assisted by All Work GuaranteedPhone

.?}: an arrangement .of pink summer ment were four.white tapers and Linda and Debby of Jacksonville Mrs. H. T. Cook who presided HEmlock 9-2149
f flowers. silver Holders. The buffet also ; Mr. andMrs. D. M. Cel- at the coffee service, and Mrs.

The dining room table was held an arrangement of glads Ion and three sons...Don Jimmy, .J Z. G. Holland, Jr., who servedCocaCola. Flagler Beach, Florida.
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over pink satin. Forming the holders. '. < '.' Clifford Johnson and Brenda
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I f. \ centerpiece for the, table was an Invited guests.were Melba j i land I Kenny of .GaineSville; MrT

arrangement featuring a bride Tucker, Kathy Anderson; Linda' j I I[I and Mrs. Kenneth Biddle of I' NELL'S KITCHEN IOn ;
doll. The gifts were arranged Revels, JoAnn Morris; .Faye Ed- Lake Geneva.'
I !\. on the table. monson, Phyllis Bertha, Fern the Beautiful St. Johns River 5 ,:
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'- Mrs. Dozier was assisted in Allen, Celestlne Stanlsh, Beverly Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ward had /

caring for her guests by Mrs. Rodgers, Mary Susan and Nancy as their house guests several Specializing Friday Nights in J .

\ George Allen, Jr., .Dainty minia Brannam, Judy Lewis,.. Betty Jo days this week her mother, Mrs.A. i

ture bride's cakes, decorated in Revels,Annette,Strickland, Carol. L. West of Tampa, and also / CATFISH DINNERS 1 1I ;

i pink and blue, were: served with Christopher, and the bride- ] ,her sister, Mrs.:, L. M. Nagle., of ,
i.(, Cokes and coffee: to the guests. elect's mother, r.frs.Martell '''Lubbock, Texas ALSO FRIED CHICKEN AND PIT BAR-B-QUE ;
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i.J' Hunter.Mrs. \ 'I Dr. Nagle, professor at the
i .. Brown was assisted in !I Lubbock 2 Miles South of San Mateo on Highway 17 Turn Right ;
: Attending Music :Teacher College and
: : Camp This Week caring for her guests by her sister -i also a reserve officer with the '- at San Mateo Estates% mile to RiverKINARD'S .

fr Mrs. Arvid ,Peteson. ,of Pier- is In',
Navy, on maneuvers the ,
k Those from Bunnell who ..arJ son. .I Pacific and will join his family FISHING CMIP'I' =. ,,

>. (J .' in Panama City this week at. here the latter part of .the Phone Polertko-EAst 5.3185
.,< tending the Harmony Bay Mu. ;Mr. and Mrs, Gerald: D. Mc. month.
sic Susan Bran- and of Central West
Camp Mary Coy son
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nam, Connie Shields, Elaine Virginia' arrived( .here, recentlyand rr..v.vX4.4
Deen, Grace Steflik,,and Michele. are residing':In the Higgln- { rc

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Southern Baptist Convention. I a 'neWmeiriber 6fthe "Bunnell r
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' ?:: Law Change (GrantsPension and dependent 'Children from ![Essay Contest On I I plaintiffs TI> the- Miami Circuit will be-judged and 'thew ners 11

receiving pensions from the Court suit trying to get the awarded. >>. 55.. !

.3 To MoreVeterans' Government. j Bible Is v i! courts to ban the reading of the ;;:!(X. \

.f i" Reading i Bible In Kent also asksan. :adults
Widows throughout the Nation public schools. /

k; ,. I including some residing in I who have a strong feeling Qn

:t : Widows I Flagler County, who were 'refused Offered PrizesT. 1 l The basis of the suit is that I the subject to write him expressing

:. The u.s. Government is prepared a. pension from the Government ,I I the King James Version' of the themselves and he' will see '

i':' M:. to award benefits-if they in past years are eligv G. Kent of Palatka this !I Bible as well as .- the Lord's that the letters get into the

,find the who week invited students of Flag- Prayer are sectarian hands of the Circuit and Federal
can, persons are ible for assistance under the :'1 I

r, -- eligible to' receive it, Flagler new law, Smith said. This could ler County Schools to participate "We intend to let the Judgesin Judges who are to render. the

. County Veteran Administrator, mean payments of several thousands in an 'essay contest on "What Miami and. the Supreme decision. ,

Raymond S. Smith, ,said. of dollars per month in Bible Reading In School ,MeansTo Court In Washington, D. C. know

:Public 211 which became effective Flagler County alone; he said. Me." how Christians feel about the TO ALL PROPERTY NOTICE "
OWNERS
July 1, was written omitting The official said ,the clause I historic reading of the Bible in You are hereby notified that: the
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The in
contest Is undetway Board of County
}: L'" a "catch ,clause" that for 'which blocked so many widows the North: and Northwest Flor j lour public schools," Kent said. Flagler County. Florida Commissioners will meet of

i t.' the past 15 years has eliminated and children from receiving Government I Entries in the contest shouldI with the County Assessor of Taxesat
r ida Bible Belt of counties. Each the County Clerk's office in the
thousands of Veteran's Widows aid, stated, ''Th de i
: .;' ____ t ___ ceased Veteran did not have a : county winner will receive $5 Bible Reading in School :Means Monday.. September 5th. 1960 at
the hour
--- : of nine
.;' and the over-all winner will receive i I o'clock A. M. for
disability due to service in II'(To Me!' .to Mr. T. G. Kent, c/o the 'purpose of hearing complaintsand
OUTDOORS $25. in the contest receiving
WORLD Judges : testimony as to the
World War II or the Korean con. ; Putnam County,SUN, 114 Lemon value of any property real or per-
... 1il flict" With this removed from will be a committee composed of |I,St., Palatka, Florida. sonal as fixed by the County As-
three Palatka and sessor of Taxes and for the pur-
ministers
il ,' } 'rteb the ,law, a pension, can be i a j I The contest will close September pose of perfecting reviewing and
I staff member of the Putnam equalizing the assessments the
l'> awarded to the widow regardless I 10, 1960. Then the essays value of which shall have been
'. of the manner in which the i County Sun'newspaper. I fixed by the County Assessor of
Taxes or changed by him.
veteran met death or the time The contest .is* designed to FREE PAINT DATED at Bunnell Florida, this

(, SOME wise* man once said that of his death as long as he had : point up the deep feeling Christians One extra gallon of your choice I 9th, BOARD day of August.OF COUNTY A. D..1960.COMMISSIONERS I

t-. things in this, life are "all honorable service during the have concerning the reading with each gallon you buy FLORIDA.OF FLAGLER- "' COUNTY -

'. black and white. And. if you war period Smith explained.The of the Holy Bible in public I (Official Seal)
:: stop to think about it :for a mo he said is Mary Carter Paint ,StoreAlso By George E. Wickllne
problem now. schools. It Is an answer to *
ment,.it- is ,quite true. There is Chairman.
a ..... '
to locate these families and inform WesUrate Shopping Outer I ATTEST: .
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1'' little bit of good in villian x
: every _ _-_ __ _ .. _, . .. .. .., RALPH li HARBERT, Clerk.'
them of their eligibility. .1. os - --- - .
. '. and perhaps as the old song . . .1YY.777 . . . . . . August 11-18-2tc
t .,' .goes, "there's a little bit of bad in Some addresses now on file in --
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGKF IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF
';: very good little girL"An example the veterans office have changed. FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA

, of what we are talking about can Others who .would qaulify are SAMUEL IN CHANCERY COSENTINO.NO. 400O

be found in practically every inhabitant ,new residents in the area who AMBULANCE Plaintiff I

;. # of the. great' world out. have not had occasion to list pHONE VAlley 4-1625 ANNA" MARIA GRECO COSENTINO
doors.
their name and addresses with SERVICE Defendant.
t. Take the skunk for instance. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA NOTICE TO DEFEND
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.. THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO
me, he said. The, administrator :
Now here's a real villian. When Anna Maria Greco Cosentinoco

!;. he gets his dander up, everybody, said he is calling on the Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We Greco
63 Reid
:- : including man, gives'him as wide general public to assist these are always at 'your service with promptness. safety and Brooklyn,Avenue New York

j i':, a berth as possible. "At,the outset, persons by referring-- to ,his office You are hereby notified that a
*"* suit has been filed against In
you
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; the uneducated will immediately experience. I
: think
anyone they may be the above entitled cause; and you
.. argue that there could not possibly qualified for this aid. The official are hereby required to file your answer -
\-r"-i-:' be a bit of good In this foul Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator with the Clerk of this Court
said that in helping these and to serve a copy thereof upon
:. little fellow.And yet, there is. He the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
; has a place in the scheme of families, "It Is one,, way that we Garcia Funeral Home whose name and adddress is:
W. Cecil Grant
ter r thIngs. can repay our deceased veteran 401% Main Street
He does have hIS 'vices. It's the debt we owe them for having P. E.: GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director j Daytona Beach. Florida

true. the worst; ... not later than August 18th A. D.
Probably par served their country during LADY ASSISTANT 1960.

ticularly if one has ever been "' V .. . If you fall to do so; decree
. pro
exposed to it, Is his habit of time of war.T ": ... _ __ _:_ _ _ -._ ...._ _711r.r _ _ ____,______ confesso will be entered against
't, you.for the relief demanded In the
shooting the most nauseating t bill'ot complaint. The, nature of
said suit beIng for divorce.
secretion imaginable. He shoots
WITNESS my hand and seal of
-. a fine spray or a liquid, depending ... saId Court this 14th.day ,of July.Official .
... -'. r ,.,: r. A." D. 1960.
his temperament at the ..
upon, ;. -. $ r ":f
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r: time, from two posterior .glands RALPH E. HARBERT-
i -and he can fire from one "bar Clerk of said Circuit Court r
July 21-28 & Aug. 4-ll--4tc
rel" br from two, again, according .-
?t to his temperament at the .. NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that the
time. .2' ;. City Assessment Roll will be sub-
He also sometimes displays a ttethe Equalizing Board of

fondness for chicken eggs and approval the City on of Tuesday Bunnell the Florida 6th, day for

young 'chicks, which makes himI I of September. A. D. I960 at 7:30
an unpopular fellow with farmers. P.All M. 1n the office of the city clerk.
persons desiring to have
"\ So much: for ,the, debits/ What. f< in such roll whether corrections In-

{ : *re his good points? Among .' :) the listing or the valuation of
;: property,
or
: otherwise.
are hereby
other Items on the credit side are.
.. required to file with the-City Clerk.
such filings as the fact that he \ or at the meeting. their petition.
excellent setting forth their objections to
is an rat and mouse such
assessments and the correc-
catcher; he destroys potato J tions which they desire to have
beetles and cutworms '(thus helping made.
I. H. DRADY. City Clerk I
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farmer better
the grow of Bunnell. Florida.

crops); and, he helps Insure .a Aug. 4.11.18.25-4tc ,

healthy duck population for nim- ISe IN THE CIRCUIT-COURT- -OF ,

K rods everywhere. FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA. ,
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NOTICE. ELECTION. CARL R. SHIRK.
a Be It known that I. R. A, Gray. I Plaintiff
t : Secretary: of State of the State of vs.
w y Florida do' hereby' give notice that ALICE M. SHIRK.
f, a GENERAL .ELECTION will be Defendant rS
field in Flagler County State of NOTICE TO DEFEND
.. Florida. on Tuesday next succeeding THE STATE'' OF FLORIDA TO: 1
; the first Monday in November. Alice M. Shirk
A..D., I960, the said Tuesday beIng I 634 Dancy Avenue N
tbeKTGIITH,, 1 Savannah. Georgia 'I
d ,.:' ,, DAY OF NOVEMBER i ., You are hereby notified that a
For Representative In Congressfor suit has been filed against you in
the Fifth .Congressional District the above entitled cause; and you I
are hereby required to file your an-
For Three (S) Justices of the 'Supreme aver with the Clerk of this Court.
Court.. 1r and to serve a CODY thereof Upon
For Judge of the District Court the plaintiff or pIalntlt!'. attorney.
of Appeal for ,the First Appellate r I whose name and address Is:
"' District. Samuel V. Holch
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For 4 Circuit Judges of the 0:: 110 North Third Street
'- :Seventh Judicial Circuit., I Palatka. Florida
.. ii : not later than jSeptember, 15th. A.
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For Secretary .of_.States. <-. ,'\' .. r D. I960.
?: For Commissioner of Agriculture: :);, If you fall to do so decree-"pro
For State Superintendent of Pub- conte.eo will be entered against .
lie Instruction. you fd> the relief demanded In-the
For Attorney General bill of complaint. The nature of
For Comptroller.. ,, .,. saId suIt bejng for divorce. _
s For State Treasurer. said WITNESS Court my 9th and August _
this
For Railroad and Public Utilities A. day of
Commissioner. l' / ,". D. 1160.
.
Official
(
For State Attorney of the 7th ad Seal)
f.
Judicial Circuit. RALPH E. HARBERT
For State Senator of the ale $ _t Clerk.of said Circuit Court.
Senatorial District. ys& /-- *:V .. Aug. 11.18 $ & Sep 1-4tc ,'
For One Member of the Houseof : "1
r-V-' .i .J'ZjJlhJl
:
Representative:
-v; SjJ- S ata6//
For County Judge. :
For Clerk of the Circuit Court.=1 : I' mfr lugltr Wrlbutu I
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For Sheriff.For ;* } .
Tax Asaeaeor.a. i. terp > .
.; For Tax Collector. : 5- '' HULL,-, FLORIDA

:'. Public For ,Instruction.County Superintendent of 1 >. "-'- ''':' ;old-feshfon d courtesy-the pleasant smile,helpful advice: "-''., :: "

For. )& of Registration. MRS. M. B. FULLER. EditorDelffMte4

'Board For Three of County, (3) Members Commissioners of the,T 1 :. : :' .r friefldly manner-Is the quickest/ way to win new and last- *; t
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For Two (2) Members of the -. 1Rg feuds far Florida. Le ''make our visitors feel at Iieele ;, f
.'' -. Board 244.of Public' Instruction Dist. '. '. ...r 1.' ": '. f.r Pnblle H.ilee .f Plaster" '
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S For' Justices of the. Peace, Die 525 ;. .,." -tt :' .t day...and they may well be our neighbors temorrovy! ; : c.bU..lelpaUtJett tJaenbi. I
trtcts L .
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For Cow Wj*Districts 1. ,- -""' >- .'. ._ ;
For .Ju4fe: Of the Small claimCourt :; ;.. ,
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In,, T *ttBM ar "Whereof. I have ; : < ere4 as seesai glass .:matter --i
-hereunto. ..*. mint* sand and aM*e4 ': -' l{ rrtitiiA, p WII & ufiPT7s CMPAN Y ,February e.1913 at tie MteSe !
the Great Seat oT the State of FIo- : : -<&
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r ,::,ice' w.. at T1taHaae. the Capital, : 3 :' Helpnsluild'FIeriJO; > i* a t>BnuulI, Florida, under set .f '.
tfete 1st(0RAL dttr OC: August. A..D. 19*.. > ; ; March X J870.> .
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4. :Drill to PenetrateInterior ., Waves,. but sufficiently flexible-i speed ,of temblors -and the na. emy of Sciences, wilL take ,several and scientifically sound.

to support the crust and the t!ture of the *earth's magnetic years to complete. A number After all, there is a of 'Earth varying masses. 'of the .continents field. It may indicate whetherthe of :Moholes would be needed sorts for the project-In fic
; that .tlo t" on .it.' planet is heating or cooling. for. the best results. Scientists tion. The Rover Boys long ago

The familiar face .of' the earth The sphere's'nucleus, or 'core, The project, proposed by a regard: the undertaking. as difficult I I explored the center of the earth
conceals a mysterious: interior. has a radius'of e about 2,160 ,, committee of the National Acad but technically feasible with a mechanical mole. .
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Scientists have relied largely miles. The out part of the core i ,. --
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on outcroppings,. earthquakewaves I Is perhaps molten iron and I : -
t }, and artificial explosions nickel. Its inner part-the center "
,; to speculate"about what lies of the earth pis believed to 'I Select Your -S :i

lies deep below. the surface. consist of the"same metals in :

Geophysicists-tjibw hop to. obtain solid form. ...<',' Economical and Dependable Gas Equipment- .. :
The Mohole will be
direct, knowledge .Cf' thet" l bored ..
earth's composition by. penetraing I somewhere at sea where: the
it deeply with ar slender I crust is thin. Mounted on a J JI 1 1I At ,

t" .drill. Cores taken 'from ;the .bole I I floating base, the drill will pass r :. ,:
; ,? should shed light oh.the origin I I through three miles of-'ocean, .
of the earth and: its evolutlon.k .i I'a half tulle. of sediment, and ;,
'" several miles of crust to reach FLAGLER HARDWARE I : ;

Boring Named-f Mohole I its goal-the Moho. i. ; :
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t The boring:> has been .dubbed As the drill" bites through i :-

:4.._ the "Mohole," after the' Mohoroxr -,I ocean sediment-called the And Get A Summer Bargain ,_.
,,' vicic.Discontinuity, ,or. Moho, the "most fabulous history book of .

S 55 irregular dividing line between"* all time"-it is expected to open ; Free Loan if L.. P. Gas Tank nil Instillation of Gas Appliances ,
:'S;: the crust of the earth and its
hidden pages of,the earth's, bi i 5 .'
1.- mantle. The boundary is named ological and geological history. : (Not Including Plumbing or Electrical Work) .. ;!

;.Y..,: after the Croatian seismologist The samplings may reveal an I '
.' who discovered it In 1909. uninterrupted record of the S' : ..6
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t. The earth's crust, or outerS earth's development for 2,000- BOTTLE GAS RATE f .. .
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shell, is comprised-. layers of 000,000
Gas
years. Greens Fuel Service
$6.75 'Net-for 6 Cylinders andOver ., ,;
Al soil, sedimentary and igneous ..
Original ,Face of Earth Per Year". '- "'::
rocks, granite, and basalt, ..theNatIon'al Will Install and Maintain Appliances; ;

Geographic Society The earth's original face lies S6.00 for Cylinders. or Over Sold By ;
says. The average thickness Is somewhere beneath the sedi Per Year .
about 10 miles, though it may mentperhaps peppered with I -
F reach 32 miles below c continents ancient meteorites. 55.50 for 25 : Over Cylinders Hardware '; :

and shrink to 2% miles beneath' 'Geophysicists will estimate the Year Flagler

oceans. density of materials all the way
'f The mantle extneds 1J800: to the center of the earth from

miles beneath the crust, and Is' samples of rock taken deep in

+: believed to be composed of plastic I the crust. .
S peridotite. This rock Is dense The drilling also should yield I
enough to transmit earthquacke more information about the

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.FLORIDA
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I ISocial i I I"and their dependents in- I for'the' payment'of these .benefits To preserve color'ana as much: I

: ".- SecurityAct /age, and for their fam.. in the event that they ,nutrient value as possible cook

ease of their death. '=should become severely and cabbage in an open kettle. Drop

I I Is I Under amendments to the law, 1 permanently disabled. cabbage into rolling-boiling water

:,. sTEvEN MARK WHITE. Passage enacted in 1954 1956, and 1958, "Congress has ,periodically Increased and cook for 20 minutes.THE I

Mr, and .Mrs. Joe E. White announce I they are also' earning protection I(i the amount of _old-age,
the arrival of a son/born Observes for themselves..:and families inj i I I survivors and disability insurance
August 8 at the Flagler. Clinic Being event of their ,'permanent and .1 benefits keep pace with OU1BOARDER 1

and Hospital. He weighed total disability. higher, earning levels and rising Authorized Evinrude Dealer I
seven pounds eight and half Today, 25 years' after the "Although social security has living costs,'* Eadie said. The BOATS ACCESSORIES. REPAIRS
ounces and has been given the j+t original Social Security Act be become firmly associated with I!l average old-age benefit paid in Dockage Storage Free Ramp

.name of Steven Mark.r came law, over 14 million men, the idea of old age," Eadie said, 1940., the year when benefits first WE FINANCE
women and children are receiving "the survivors and disability I became payable, was $22.10. The 825 Ballough 'Rd--Daytona
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:Mr. and Mrs. Sam Newbill of monthly old.age; survivors, provisions of the law are a bul- average retirement benet payable -

Atlanta, Ga., who are vacation. and disability insurance benefit wark of protection for American i to those-who, have become RCA VICTOR

ing in Daytona Beach this week, checks totalling: $900 million. a families:'' entitled to payments during the LIVING COLOR TV

spent Monday and Wednesday month. To illustrate pointed out I past 20 years $68.30.. However, "LOOK FOR TUB PICTURES
here visiting with friends. that 1.5 million of the estimated the benefit being IN THE WINDOW"
Marking the 25th anniversaryof two million childrenin t average Southern Radio & Television
the signing of the original fatherless :awarded to persons retiring now 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 72001ORASONO
I -Mr. and Mrs.. Curtis Deen ,and Social Security Act by President the Nation varejiow receiving who have worked during recent .

daughters, Susan and Minnie ,Roosevelt on August 14, 1935, monthly survivors Insurance'benefits years and, have a higher: earn*
.- have returned to'thelr home af.1 I M. ,D. Eadie, district manager of under.the Social Security ing* level Is'a )out $83.
ter vacation in North Carolina. Act.
a I:the Daytona Beach social security
Ninety of the mothers
per cent The mango now a.popular TV'BobSERVICE
: office noted that 25 years
this week with and children the country are,
'. Visiting here r ago about half of all persons } South Florida specialty;; has
Mr. and'Mrs.. W. E. Kudrna and I eligible.for these benefits should been cultivated in Burma and
aged 65 or over were mainly or
.. Mr. and 'Mrs. E. At Hunter is f wholly dependent jon relatives the head of the family die. Close I Malaya for 47000. years.
Mrs Maude Lloyd of to a half 'million disabled workers .
vllle. Mrs. Lloyd is a 1ackson-1 II and friends. Today, over 72 per. and their families are now]:, all makes
/ cent of a: much larger aged population
Mrs. Kudrna and Mr. :receiving monthly -disability Insurance I Frank i1ad's
are either drawing old.
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Sales Tubes and
s I benefits and more than ,
and survivors insurance 1
Mrs. Donald Moore and ,child. i age 43 million workers are insured SHOE REPAIR Antenna Installation
benefits, or will be eligible to
Ten are visiting: in Waynesville, \V. MOODY BLVD.
i draw them when'the worker re Block West of Railroad
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N. C., with her parents i tires. General- Shore Repair i I

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Mr. and Mrs. Brady Wadsworthand i Originally designed to provide

children of Jesup, Ga., are !only old-'age insurance benefits

: visiting here this week with Mrs. ''II for workers in commerce and industry .I: ; CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
NS'I'I
Daisy Buckles and family. these provisions' of the- rata skl shows doily -

social security have I
: I II program 11:38 BIB lCfl J1 12:3f pa US pa H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hansen been expanded and improved
. of Cleveland, Texas i JOHN HARDIN. .Associate
are spend. over the years. About nine out
ing a short vacation in Flagler I of 'ten workers 'In the United .v. -- AIR T OXYGEN'

Beach. They were accompaniedhere i States, almost the entire: gain ;: F, ALFORD CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I ,LA1Y. I EQUIPPED
". by their son and daughter, i fully employed population, work Registered I -r' ATTENDANT ;AMBULANCES

: :Michael and Mary Ann. 'in employment or self-employ I II "" :. ..I-..
:! j.Mr Hansen is, a former resident ment covered by social sexniriyt! [Real.Estate Broke) .', Phone ID 7-3532- '. :;
;. .of Flagler County. He is ment covered by social security. I I .
':._. the ,son of Mrs. Nils Hansen and Bunnall FloridaVWWWW 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA.
;. V" tthelate' Mr. Hansen. Through this work, they are ..................."'''JfJ'4.v. ', -- .

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'r Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brown and : t. ,1. .;.' 1,. See the Chevy Mystery Show In color Sundays, NBC:tv.:
i, :song David, have returned'froma '. # .

; visit 'In Marysville, Tennessee GM ,

Ii:,..: with relatives. THE- BIKING'S BETTER THAN EVER REST HiJffl.SCAR. -

(f: Mr. and ,Mrs.' M. B. McDaniel. I.
r and son, Butch, Mr. and Mrs.
r lamar Harts and children, and "
;';. Mr: and':Mrs. (C. A. McGriff and

t.- 'daughter, are leaving Saturday CHEVROLETThings ..
*, tto spend,a week at Lake Wier. ;

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"Mr.' ,and, "Mrs. Johnny Lynn

'and:little 'daughter have moved
[.. into their home on the corner pi are going great at your Chevrolet dealer's right range of models to pick from, quick delivery of your

'" West:Court and South Forsythe. :, now, what with Chevy (and Corvair) sales skyrocketfavorite to look forward to and, best of all, big savings .

fJ> They'purchased the home from \ ing to'new all-time highs: So you couldn't have chosen to:pocket. Get together with your dealer first '
1[ .Mr. and. Mrs H. H. ". wide chance Can't start saving till dot !
"* Corley several 'a better time to talk deal with him. You've got .m& 'you get. you

< ..weeks ago. ::':. ............w.. (.<.... ..

k-": Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Rodgersand ,..
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,- children, acompanied by ; \ ;
r., 'her 'mother, -Mrs G. J. Hbsford, -
-.vacationed last week in pointsOf '..c -
Tennessee, and the Carolinas. _
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: "Mr. and Mrs. Charles Creal
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5r. and children-are vacationing for :' Tx -
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1- a. 'jg&e&at... Lake Wier. SJ ,
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.. Fi&herCHEVY'S
Body by
: Flagler Hospital In i i"t.: ,.;-:c''.., Impala Sport Sedan with luxurious new .

r ;St.:'Augustine:where she under:; .\ -
T:
'went: :surgery Monday. ,| ;;.;: ,
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Franke Mercer has retumed'to .
his home/after undergoing sur

'eery ate the Flagler Clinic, and 1 ,'.,':. mEJJmSBLLBRfAWARD-WOININCCllR1:
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CARD OF THANKS
; .*., of Motor'Trend magazine unanimously selected it Car of the ..
: With deepest gratitude we'extend .: -". Year.And then to top it off,the Industrial Designers

='J !this. .,.word of thanks for:'the i- '"_ "::.., Institute, awarded C rvair (through General
V..: .many kind" acts of sympathy : Motors Vice President William, Mitchell and
_' '.' expressed/by thoughtful friends i 3' :i. his Styling Staff) a gold medal for styling
excellence But even these honors impressive
daring the 'Illness and at. the I If
as they are.can't compare with the enthusiastic -
1 of i
: &I 'our Mrs
,:c i. lP8 ilg mother,
Corvair
reception HF9" nHH
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Moaaicover. These _
: / kindnesses.. is receiving from people f'CHEVROLET
> have raewit much to us. "' '. .. ft"" "'t like you. A short visit with'IHLm
and, Mrs. L.L '/
I" .. Mr' Brannam.4CA ,f 4 i n--4 Door S.dan with a practical!slat floor ''''''.Jot. tight for f.NS your dealer will .'show, you why. fm tcdausxd 6cse
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;- ': .:. B.' THANKS ': c ,. ,,"
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'tf..1. .'.21.....we w.:? ',.like to extend myNj r. }; .r iee-Cherry cars Chevy's Cc airs. aid .C&v. t.a :yzrr local authorized Chevrolet&tealer'aHA11TUML1N ..
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L'.; a ". appreciation ,to m J. ? ---
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