The Flagler tribune
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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: August 18, 1960
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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
notis - AFA6237
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System ID: UF00079914:00191
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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; {(:, ; VOLUME 48, NO. 32 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1960.: ,$2.50. A YEAR
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i i r"'i Y JiG";' Mrs. Clara Rice ,t.Bill Nelson" Business Group i Last: Teenage Dance .Timber' Growers"

: Dies in To Speak To Of Summer Held Annual Fish Fry ,
] Tuesday Enjoys DinnerAt
I Rotary Club I Tuesday EveningThe

IffiJ a Local Hospital t Bill Nelson State Council End ofDrive 1 last Teenage Dance of the Next Thursday

: 'President of the 4-H Club and II summer season was held Tues
: t.' 1.Irs. Clara Rice, wife of John President of Key Club Interna 1 day evening at the Flagler I II i Flagler Timber Growers will
k. .' Rice of Bunnell, died early tional, will be the guest speakerat Twenty-five members of the I Beach Recreation Center.A sponsor their seventh annual
:c:" Tuesday evening at the Flagler the Rotary' Club of Bunnellat Bunnell Businessmen's Association J crowd of 182 enjoyed the fish fry at Rayonler Headquarters
t--.: Clinic and Hospital following a i its luncheon meeting Thurs celebrated the _end of a I music furnished by Joe Penny on Thursday, August 25, at
: short illness.. ,day. Bill is a native of Melbourne membership drive with a din I and his Wooden Nickles. Guest 5:30 P.M.This .
:, r... .. Mrs. Rice was, born in Axon, I It Florida, and a 1960 honor ner Tuesday :evening at the vocalists were Peggy David of annual affair is open to
Ga., and was the daughter of<. graduate of Melbourne High Dixiana. Restaurant Bunnell, Jim Wyatt and Hank all residents of Flagler county.
;<: the late Mr. and_ Mrs. Barney!!School. The trade body divided themselves .t Murphy .of Daytona Beach. There is no charge. For benefitof
t" White of Bunnell. She has resided into two groups-the Red !I I.
Bill's greatest achievementcame The summer schedule of eight new residents, the Rayonier
w. in Bunnell for the past 25!! a little less than a year Birds and Blue Birds-for the ],I teenage dances had an attend Headquarters is located about
;;' years, coming here from Day- !t ago when he was elected President membership drive at the end of j(ance of 1238 teenagers for the five miles north on U. S. High
,'J tona Beach. She was 55 years of Key Club Internationalat which the losers were to eat' season which included local and way No.1.
f a of age and was a, member of the organization's annual beans at the dinner while the]I.[visiting teenagers, Mrs. Phil' The preparation of fish and
::.',. ," St. Stephens Catholic. Church of convention in Toronto, Canada. winners would have fried chicken j Kester said today. hush puppies will be under the
':f Bunnell. During the past year, he has with their dinner. The Woman's Club sponsorsthe supervision of G. B. Kelly, State
She is survived by her husband been an active, busy leader of summer dances and mem- Forest Ranger.
Two put on a sustained
;E, John C; Rice of Bunnell; the 50,000-member organizationand 1 drive groups for 10 days. The bers of the club who served; as Forest products, it was 'said,
two brothers JFred White and include Miss Flora is industry in
C-. has :travelled all over the Red Birds won the contest in chaperones ; now a major
Spencer White'of Bunnell. Also u.S. and Canada, 'as well as the last couple,. of hours before I Gage, Miss Emily Gage, Mrs. Flagler county in both payrolland
( : surviving are, several neices and Europe where he spoke over Marie Brede, Mrs. Ethel White, dollar volume of timber, .
the dinner. Each of the 25 ,
., nephews. Radio Free Europe. bers at the dinner, mem-I I Mrs. Emily Bondy, Mrs. Marine I pulpwood and turpentine pro-
:' Prayers will be said at the Bill has been a 4-H Clubber, Kelly, Mrs. Mickey Massie, and duced. The following timber
k. Chapel of the Garcia: Funeral for seven years. 'He has servedas the same. i Mrs. Isla Kester. From Bunnell II growers, as a public service, will -
!. Home, In St., Augustine at 8 o' President, and Secretary of President O. C. Shelton rept-l 1 I serving as chaperones were Mrs.:I be hosts of the fish fry:
'f-. clock tonight Thur.). ,Friends his, local club, ,president the ed that the association Herbert Allen and Mrs. ,Jack t Allen Lands, Inc., Bunnell
t may callat the chapel after 2 County Council for several years, 44 paid up members, nearly!J Forson. Timber Co., Hudson Pulp and
,; o'clock this,. afternoon. ,a>>d Ddsirfrt VJJ'-s Sepfesentative[double the r &ter"when tbe-'&ta?,c Members.oC tfts, &xsita&fi! sat d 4apYS azp# } T.I g'h parl'anbCement
(. .FvuaftSfcl sfcsvfcfcs "wtti *> bsia1 for three years. Two years ago began. I they wished to.express their Co., Owens-Illinois Glass
:: from the St. Stephens Catholic he served as 'State Council I A general meeting of the association I sincere: appreciation to all who I Co., Rayonier, Inc., St. Regis
E'..". Church of Bunnell ,at o'clock- .Treasurer and last year was the is to,, be held Thurs. have contributed in any way to I \ Paper Co., Raymon F. Tucker
: ,: Friday morning. Interment will Council's Vice.PresIdent. At the day evening, September 1, in the I making the season successful i L. E, Wadsworth.
follow at the family' lot in .the. community An outstanding
... 1959 Short Course he was chosen building. I for the teenagers. ,
Espanola Cemetery. State Public Speaking Contest speaker for this: meet Tess Massie; treasurer of the Vacation
i j' ,Active pallbearers,will be T.E. Winner. ing is being sought. I Teenage Club, reports the balance i I'
Holden, Tarvis i ClimbersHoke Bill's" accomplishments do not During the one year's life of I in the treasury will be d
f' Cobb, George Wkffnet' ; R.. L. f ff fe& jfe Jias. worked diligently the,_ associatio nL a,, number of posited to their account. to -I Bible SctioolMondayThe
.i.: McNab, ''an..,.1 ,,. : % m tine ,Melbourne High f Ttrojects".were ..sponsoredamong: !I used on the program next 'summer. Vacation Bible School for !
? I School Student Council, holding which was a Christmas event, > I the Bunnell Methodist Church
$ ASC ,Committee 1 several offices,,and serving as its a trade at home event, informational i A copy of the treasurer's aC-J will begin on Monday, August
President during the 'past year. I signs on U.S. Highway 1 count will be posted on the 22, at the church and will run
Election Date SetThe I Although he had many duties north and south of the city limits letin board in the center. through August 26.
during his senior year in high 1 and others. Each session will begin at 8:30
following information has I school and missed probablymore l I President Shelton said pre I and run to 11 o'clock, the'director -
;;.. been released by the Flagler I I'f' school than anyother boy liminary planning for the corning I John Quigley Mrs. Freda Deen, said today.
County ,Agricultural Stabilization [ in the nation, he still was co- I Christmas project Is under Those in charge of the kinder
Ir. and Conservation Committee valedictorian of his class. Bill way, and that a plan of credit! Dies Sunday in garten will be Mrs. Bill Spicer,
concerning the election of was chosen in 1960 to give the I :reference for businessmen will Jr., and Mrs. Carlton Johnston.
i county committeemen for, 1961., commencement address to his be submitted to the membershipat I It The subject will be 'Together
The community election boardhas own graduating class, composedof t 'next meeting. :Orlando HospitalJohn I in Our Church."
t selected the following 10 nearly 400 seniors. i I The subject for the pre-pri-
+;, eligible farmers as nominees: Bill will be introduced by Henry Quigley, life-long I mary department will be "Ev
l t George Clegg, R. W...Cody, Jr., I Mike McMillan,_ local 4-H Club Small Claims Court j resident of Flagler County, died eryone Needs a Church. 'Workers -
J R. W. Deen, W. W. Deen, W. L. member. The following cases were disposed in an Orlando hospital early will be Mrs. Cordell Robertson -
Dunson, Sr., A. ,B. Johnston, D. (X.J I VC. William Nelson has been of in the, session of Small' Sunday morning. He had been and Mrs. H. C. Cobb.
a Johnston, George Kendall, L. (X I r called "one of the top ten young I Claims Court Tuesday afternoon. ill for several months but had In charge of the primary department -
r Robertson, Mike Steflik. men on the North American Con Flagler Clinic and Hospital vs. only been in the hospital a few will be Mrs. George
The method of election will I I tln nt." Florida's 4-H: Clubbersare 'R. J. (Duffy) Thompson $242.00. days Clegg and Mrs. Tommy Dur
i be by mall. Each eligible honored- call him their Judgment in favor of plaintiffJudgment :Mr. Quigley was born in Flag- rance. They will also have as
J, er will be mailed a President. [ in favor of plaintiff ler County and had been care- their study"Everyone Needs a
August 26, 3,60. taker of the Princess Estate for Church." .
with court
: The date of election will be ATLANTIC CITY'S BOARDWALKThe I |, Florence Maryes vs. W. E. 40 years. He was 67 years of Workers in the junior depart

k, September 8, 1960. Ballots must t Knight, 3rd, $54.77. Judgment in age.Funeral ment will be Mrs. Ray Mercer,
be postmarked not later than famous Boardwalk at Atlantic court services were held at Mrs. Allen Reynolds, Mrs. Shel'
favor of plaintiffwith
(y 1 midnight of this date to be City, the largest of New I costs. 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at ton Barber, and Mrs. Leslie ,
b, valid. If delivered in person, Jersey's seaside resorts, is 60 Lindsay Acceptance Corp., vs. the Craig Funeral Chapel in St. Tucker. Mrs Eldon Knight will
ballots must be received in the feet wide and five miles long.It Elden L, Knight for $188.60.' Augustine with Brother William be in charge of the music.
county office in St. Augustine dates back to 1896. I Lindsay officiating. Interment Helpers for the Bible School
with costs.
net later than 5 P.!{., September followed in the family lot in the will be Susan Carle, Fern Allen
8, I960., Pellicer Creek Cemetery. Sue Cobb, Nell Johnston, Pa
: Any farmer ,failing receive School Calendar for 1HO-81- Tern Mir Quigley is survived by hiswife tricia Jones, Kathy Barber, Mary
a ballot may' obtain one from '"' ; Mrs. Minnie Quigley; two Pache, and Margie Lee Blakely; .
,the county office in the postof- August 18-Begins Pre-School Coaf-ezeace .-;-; .,"'.:.- -1-' daughters, Mrs. Joan Kersey of Miss Margaret Smithdeal will
,flee building'' .in ,St. Augustine August .2--Esd Pre-School Coon' eren a. ->'" '- .:i-. Moultrie and-Mrs. Susie Selph of be in charge of the nursery for

.," prior to September 8. Provision Augaat 3 -SCHOOL BEGINS :. ,. will be made for the voter to September Vocoticm (Labor Day) .-*: : ', W.W., and D.H., all of St. Au- Geller in charge of supplies.
return the ballot in a sealed en. October _11:-Ead first six weeks perie _"0. ,A" gustine; one stepson, S. E. Tom- I Refreshments will be served
: velope so that it 'may be ,placedin October .12-.Begin ,second six woohs: period; 7- linson of Freeport Texas two each day.
the ballot box without identi October 17-; District FEA TentatlTe) sisters, Mrs. Ella McSwain of Mrs. Deen said there will be ,
:- fication. The names of,.norriln.eewill November W-End see ad six :weeks 1 periedNor. "": '--StFrWkry< ,:,( Augustine, and Mrs. Laura a dedication service for the
be listed, on the: ,ballot .- 244 7 Tbanksglviag Vocation (Tit *< 'wd Johnson of Salerno, Florida; twobrothers teachers this Sunday at the
alphabetically and: ,each voter Noysmtisr: '.-:Begin gird six- weeks petted P <'):" ; Jesse of St. Augustine morning worship service of the
will vote for five persons" to be PoiMsnlisr' "M-January 4, 1961 ChristeMK 'VactrtisaJumnuy ).?t-;: 'Owen of Salerno. church.
county commitleemfn. The per j ., 5. 11&1-Betura from, Chri 4sMM faces nJCOMMBTT -W5, <_=.' Also surviving are 21 grand.
son receiving',tfee most votes .will ..--* *d third ,six ..... pstiodJanMiny ";;' ,N ', children and several: neices and LARGEST BLOSSOMSThe
be declared Win, second' Begin 'fit six. wnsks period ;. ;.., '. )AWL: Magnolia grandiflora produces -
high will 'be 'vke-Ciiakman, 'etc,I! MarcIa 3 =BA fourth _six wssks pirf d ., ',..fI' PftHbearers_ were Everett Dur-, a larger blossom,than any
through the second, -alternate.. Mack 8 -"I' : fifth ste .wssks+ 1 pMtodMack :,,a;#'ti .. '-. fooce+ Hiram Durrance, Borden other tree native to the United
: .Si-April J-Easier .vacatkw i WtJm, Louis Dupont, Harry Hart* States. The creamy-white flower
RELIGIOUS, T(>i : I' Ap.u"( IP*' 'firth six rr....' p.drrj :c ., .,.'- _, mil" Leland Barrett. reaches an average span of
: Mountain .people'C, Nepal April It Ipifr sixth six wssks p d d,. !' :. -, '::.; :..: s F; Crmig,- Funeral Home was.in. :. eight Inches. The nation's most,
practice' Buddhism, 1I4ay. ft' ---. ...... '., 1[ -:' -.1 01. arrangements. <: famous Magnolia tree was H
of ,the valleys follow' 1f '. : :" 1 ::"::j : : ;.h1f{'; .., ,:', : planted :)bye"PresidentAndrgvt
1 People trf _the 'two :... : 6F I .J, may, a TfcwHte.;prodftt Jackson; on;-,the White House
...... '" -r: : ::;_,; > ;:(.v: -Intedftfoft grounds of his wife,
togeother5pgtully. jtme 1 ..... t few bed buM In. honor.
',the ..-' .. temple, "- ;- ? 1::: :*' .... 1 }' i{ ?; ;l after 40 years -=:j I I Rachel, J

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{!;' PAGE TWO i-i. ;* THE. FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA \ Thursday, August: IlS-n960 \

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:: ManySto'rmsLightning ':valuable livestock are killed by'million that a'person":"ji" will be I.trees, windows, nrepTacesfplum.- : '
: Despite
'MortgagesFor | lightning, the j struck '* Pet- I bing
In most cases .by l1ghtn1 1g, *says and electrfcalpan, tele-
Is I death bolt comes when animals'tis, "but you cane improve your phone connections durlngtsevere 'I

: .. Home, Buying Damage !I|I t are standing"near a wire fence. 'I I,chances by staying away from}]I I I electrical' storms" '-," ;?,*

Low In Florida:To save cattle, ground metal _. l : :: =,
Quite -
.y i fences about every 100 feet and I f
Change Florida has more thunderstorms ;at the corners. :A one-haif inch] :

", .. on the average than does(pipe or copper rod can be used 1 I INSIRE-Sfty Inured .& Rest Assured

Home-purchase mortgages jre- any other state, according to a !for grounding the fence.

.. corded in Florida came to over University of Florida agricultural J I t GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM -
These pipes or rods should be
half a billion dollars through '
April of this year, just a shade placed :deep.enough, to be in :"1;

over last year's fo month fig. .M. Pettis, farm; electrification permanently moist soil, and,41 N. T. COOK AGENCYCitizens :

., ure, .the Florida State Chamber specialist says' the regionof !'high enough to reach the top ;

. : I of Commerce reports* The national heaviest concentration is on {strand of wire. I If tapir BMg. Bunnell, Florida I'
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'. ; recordings were .down '10 the Gulf Coast within about a f f "Chances'are about one in a ,
_'" end. 100-mile radius of Tampa.But A
per cent at April's t ---
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': '. 'Total recordings in Florida seldom, even in this area,

,': "numbered 69,258 and amounted I does a person or building suffer I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I I

fo $556,943,000 during the first lightning damage. In the
. ..; four:; months of this year. Compared home,. electric water heaters are
- with the former high the most common pieces of .

reached in 1957, this, year's dol. I I equipment damaged: AUTO SERVICE BUILDING SUPPLIES FLOOR COVERING 'I

lar figure was up 14 per cent -- ]
"'. Pettis says water pipes are McDANIEL'S WICKLINE Tilecraft
and the number of recordings
good grounds for electricity so ,
,Y were 17 per cent more. The Service Station Building Supplies US FLOOR .YOU"
the lightning jumps from the .v
; trend toward higher priced electric heating element through I STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS CE1CE11ENT BLOCKS I Armstrong & Kentile

;., homes is indicated by the dif Sold and InstalledAll
' ,the insulation to the pipe Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs
. ference in these two rates of Work Guaranteed
. .. I then to the ground. Thus, the I
Flagler Beach HE 9-2254
::, ,growth," the trade body pointed water heating element is dam. I Bunnell ID 7-7119 OrmonQ Beach OR 7.3181 ,

;;: "These recordings include those;" On the farm, cattle and other Ormond Bedding and

". :, of $20,000 or less (as reported -- GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen I BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY Furniture Co.

r .; to the Home Loan Bank Board) ;{did not fare so well, dropping 9 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Daya CLEANING Substantial Discounts on AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE

:: and 'are secured almost entirely per cent to $133,762,000, with'all SERVICEOpen I
State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 $10 Tradeln Covers Down Payment
t'. by residential properties although lenders below the same month Daily S to 6
R. S.
'J some small business last :March, usually a CLOSED THURSDAY NOON
X Colonial Service StationEARL 69 Granada, Ormond Bca. OR 7-6411
:' : properties are also included. I high month, had a volume of Phone JD73188

; ; "Original lenders of this year's ii i ir $$150,554,000 and was the only B. RICE, ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION 115 N. Bay St Bunnell GARDEN SHOP

i four-month total showed savings month this year so far to ex Gras Garden Center

l'.:ti.:, and loan association up 11 percent Feed, last year's monthly average I :MOTOR TUNE-UP CONCRETE PRODUCTS Ileadquartera for Gardening Need.

:1 ",:> to a total of $210,924,000. of $146 million. GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES Ceramics, Gifts Dry Arrangement
e .' All other of U.s. HIWATT 1 BUNNELL Your "Q" For. ConcreteDial Materials
l Lr sources
mortgage "The four counties which are Annuals Shrubbery. Fertilizers

;:.. money showed decreases. Indl.1 reported separately made up GET YOUR GOBOYand CL 3-8113 TORO LAWN MOWERS ,
. ,
. viduals loaned $ ; half of the state's four month make Carts with McCullock, DAYTONA BEACH 147 Tomoka Avenue-Pu. OR 7-051J

F" :;- commercial banks $38,665,000 I total this year. Dade County West Bend, or Clinton Engines. ORMOND

,; i and insurance companies $17- had a volume of $183,851,300, up Tires and Cart accessories at Quillian's Concrete, Inc. HARDWARE

+' : 171,000. A group of miscellane '6 per cent; Pinellas totaled $49- CORBETTS SUNOCO SERVICE
V; : ous lenders Including estimated Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.
384,000, down an 13 STATION -
: went agencies, loaned $govern-I per cent (full 1959 figures are Bunnell Tel. ID 77123Hall's DRUG STORES Agricultural JOHN&Industrial DEERE Equipment'

V. 000. not available for comparative STEELBars
Atlantic Anderson Drug Store
?_/_ "February,.this ,year showed purposes); DuvaJ had a total of Station &: Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled ,

i': the greatest monthly/gain over $35,941,700, dOwn' 15 per: cent ,4 Jack Hall, ProprietorGASOILSLUBRlCATlON ---Prescriptions Black LAWN&:Galvanized OWER Pipe REPAIRS& Fittings

a'\ 1959 and was up 9 per cent over Lake's volume was $5,632,000, again I Sick Room Supplies DEEN RD. Phone r\ 73148"

.fk,. February 1959. April, however, of 14 per :ent.." i! TiresBatteriesAccessoriesROAD Sundries

BUNNELL Tel. ID 7-3652
Exclusively at

Sullivan's Gulf Service aLiix
! County's Corner Drug Store

Vl Beach Information
-I' I "Specializing in Service and FOUNTAIN SERVICE Village Hardware Center
Clean Rest Rooms" '
', Listings under this heading are 3 cent per word- each insertion, In The Heart' of Flaglr Beach Bunnell Fla. Phone ID 7.3661 HOUSE PAINTS
73 cent. 1* minimum charge.
.. '' ._ Match arid mix any color
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r_ FOR SALE-1949 Ford. 4 door, FOR SALE-2: bedroom furnish. AUTO REPAIRS ORMOND PRESCRIPTION Builder's Supplies Kitchenware '

r;) ed house with garage. Located PHARMACYSick GIFTS GREETING
radio, ,heater, overdrive, $125.00. Shield Service Station CARDS
: 100x100 ft. lot close in 405 Room Sundries AlA Ormond 2.0420
: :L Contact Dr Allen Reynolds, on Supplies- Beach CL

;. Phone. ID, 73746. 8-18-ltc Deen Road. 'Contact owners on Arcadius Habel. Mechanic 24-Hour Prescription Service
premises. 8-18-ltp COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS Free Delivery in Flagler Beach JEWELER
:: Start Rawlelgh'Business.. Real Right Now We'll Overhaul and Rt.
:: a AlA 1 mi. North of
i..u'i'. opportunity now for permanent I NOT. responsible for any more Repair Your Power :MowerNo ,ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661 O. F. BEACH
Job Too Or Too Small Jeweler
.!debts only those contracted for Big
work in Coun
profitable Flagler
: 111 No. Bay St. BunnellEDGAR'S Thompson;>> Pharmacy Elgin Watches-Diamonds
I by myself. Gilbert A. Krier, Sr.,
ty. See Mrs. Edd Noles, 40 S., ,Your Health Is Wealth Exceptional Gilts '
t it:" Whitney, St. Augustine or write Rt. 1, Box 224, Bunnell, Fla. GARAGE Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS ,
";; Rawleigh's, Dept., FAH-360-29, I 8-4-3tp; 24-Hour Towing Service 46 W. Granada Repairs-Engraving Ormond Beach J I II

4! Memphis, Tenn. 8-4-18-25-3tp I FOR-RENT-Apartments in Flag. COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS In Our Hands I OR 7-2384
i._":. FOR SALE New waterfront Manor, 820 South Oecan Shore Automatic Wheel Balancing-Front Transmission Service End I 1141!Ormond W. Granada-Ormond Drug & Prescription 7.1421 Shop PAINTING CONTRACTOR ,
I Alignment
Boulevard Flagler Beach. Com.I I
.,x- home. Charming 2 bedroom : ,
24O Granada Ormond-OR 7-0883
: home with red tile roof, terrazzo I pletely I furnished apartments, 1 Flagler Beach Sundries R. Moody

x. J.( floors, Florida dining room to- and 2 bedroom, utilities includ' AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SEALTEST ICE CREAM

cated Palm Island, Flagler ed.. Dally, seasonal or perma
Swim Suits for ,
:-,:; Beach. From ,Highway AlA take nent. Under new ownership. SERVICE

,,;=; second street to end turn ,rightContact July 284tcI All the Family Phone ID 7.3240 !

t. owner-builder, Whitney I I SEPTIC TANK cleaning reasonable Repairing Florida'-first RebuildingCentral peclallst la NotionsSouvenirsGILL BUNNELL, FLORIDA !

E. Green, P.0. Box 457, Flagler -rates. George Jarosz, PhoneID AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS j jBADIoTELEVISION
I 1239 Uidgewood Holly Hill
; Beach. 8-U-3tc DRUG COMPANY
7-3410 6-16-12-8-tp OR 7-1S81 1

FOR SALEroom completely '
Atenna Sales & Installations
furnished-house two blocks from ,
.. New 'Helodlgrand: Spinet Pianos
'' 50x150 FLAGLER BEACH Authorized Sales RCA VictorWe
' ft. lot Full
ocean on Terms. Sick Room Supplies Sundries 1
$445.00, Easy Thompson
i" ?:-.. price $5,000.00 Five hundred !Music Co. 135 Volusia Ave., Daytona HOTEL BAR 19 W. Granada Ave. Ormond Beach repair all other TV A Radio sets 1
;-- down month. Substantlal OR 7-5250 1370 Ocean Blvd AlA
fifty per Beach. CL, 2.8215.April ,"The Meeting Placeof ,
discount for'cash, good buy.Phone Ormond Beach OR 7-2852
: I, 7-tl Fagler| County""Jim FLORISTS .
t'l-i" HE 9-:0240. 8-U-2tc.
sad Yvonne Senrjag '
i FOR SALE-Three lots on NURSERY
,,, FOR RENT-Duplex 2 bedroom BAMBOOBAR Blacks Flower Shop -
North Moore St. ,close to school, I
apartment facing ocean. Will i paved street in town, needs no & COCKTAIL 2 blocks west of Railroad on Wagon Wheel Nursery
week month. Shade Trees Potted Plants I
: rent by or Apart LOUNGE
filling. Ready to build on. CoyG. Moody, turn right on Fprsythe t
ments available August 15. Call Harris 1-21-tf Open Under New Management Shrubs
HE 9-3812:;, 8-ll-2tc Flowers for All Occasions: 1.000 plants free; one with every :
I Come In and Get Acquainted I dollar you spend. Thousands of
Bunnell Phone ID 7.3348 varltiea at reduced prices. Best in
FOR RENT-:'Unfurnished house ,flios Ocean Bird AlA Flagler Beach, I town. i
in Hillcrest, Flagler Beach Large I J I S48 s. u.s. 1 Tlwy Ormoad Beach
living room, bedrooms, 2 i J I t TRAVEL AGENCY
*- baths, dining room,, and kitch LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, HARRIS BOTTLE GASBOTTLE



c See ns'for yetur real estate aeedaOfftee HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY Delivery in the County on Bus &: Steamship Ticktets
RENT-2 bedroom Tours and Cruises 1
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'Fuel Oil Tractor Fue
Phone HE 9-2342 7-3551 Kerosene,
: PHONE ID Domestic Airline 1
.. home>e*. North' Main Street Always
Residence Phones ID 7-3eKL Xejp FlagWr City G**w Gasoline Available at no Extra Charge
F" Balms. .-Meet Duane Been Next
or ID 7-3517 By 'Sheppteg at ..... v.L 1 N.'. BBeU ID 7-367f1 Coquina OR-1-UU Barn. Ormond
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WESTERN LEAN SMALL. ." SLICED Pineapple. 5 for $100 .
RIBS : 49
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FRANKS' 39* ,. .
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:: .': poiii CENTER iOPS'. 69 .. Cream Corn 303 CAN 2 for 37 .


(. Sausage 2 its 79* TREET 2 for 85is ,

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;: .. 1 FORBblLING. '; o. .PORK EARS j ,-.i,;. .iI i'!. CANTALOPESELBERTA ,- :.4for. -.. ,p100 .
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. DIt1'L'. 9A'f ONIONS 3 Ibs. 19

t.; cello. CIRCUS 32 OZ. CAN

r .OrangeDrink 8 for $1 00 S

Sweet Milk 43 .. .
,: SHURFINE 60Z.PKh". ;i '

BIRDS EYE 10 OZ. PKG. 5 "'. :' > 3 2S
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;;\ '' PAGE,FOUR -,' < '> '- THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, August.18;? 1960

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,. {Rev. Reynold Hoover, minister!1 1'r1v 1 I[BIRTHDAY PARTY .
W Morning worship service 10:30 : yM.
tJ ;,, ; .:- ",Choir, rehearsal, Friday 7 P.Me Debby Johnson was honoredon II
afternoon with ..
Saturday a
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', ''' :The meetings are held at the f :t J I
at her home her
party given by .
;' Flagler Woman's Club : .
i/. mother, Mrs. Leonard Johnson. w_ _
r e The men of the ch t
Mrs. Catherine Wilson assisted ..
10: t' 1 ,P.M. at
: ; meet at 4. N I
with the In the
.guests. 'games
property, recently acquired, lor '-"-Y>a- rwiiwa *
that, were played, prizes were ILIFE'S MOT THE BOGEY
Il;: : work.
.. The Woman's Society for won by Pam McDaniel, Patty tI t !IT SEEKS- REMEMBER,
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_" Meekin, and Sharon .Spivey. THAT TODAY \\B
_: Christian Service met last
The birthday cake was decorat- TOMORROW WE
Vt, Thursday at the! .home of Mrs.k' .i I I ABOUT YESTERDAY/
I ed with butterflies and-was served -
,= Ray Lehr and members. at- i 1 I
with ice Other
cream. guestswere I
tended. Mrs. Harry.Treadwell t
; the business 1 1r& Sndra Abbott, Holly Ross, i We're really pleased when
_"';, presided Barbara Wilson, Ann and Deb our customers
:. meeting. Projects for the near I( AT SUNRISE Ralph Bellamy portraying Franklin Delano I compliment us
(,;1, bie Meekins, Eula Lee Moody, Roosevelt and Greer Garson portraying Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, I on the service we*-give their
:: ..: future were to: have a Dollar,I Jackie and Joyce Robinson, In a movie. chat with Mrs. Roosevelt at Hyde Park. t t car. Well, 'that's*what we're
'"'>" .'' Day Bazaar on Friday Nov. 18th Brenda and. Vicki Babbitt, Patty J .- t here for...drive in}-now and
! andalso ,to have-group.a Smorgasbord voted- Galloway, Linda Smith,.' David let us handle your auto serv-
Jan 27th. The to
go on record as favoring a Dent 'I and Dale Johnson.Mr. PERCE STRINGS ice or repair, problems.

: \ al Clinic for Flagler County f VDU SAID TOU SAWVALOTOFH6R WHO SAID I KNEW sE foR vAwi T
:;';,' ,which has been a project of the and Mrs. Stanley Springerwith ? HER! I SAW HERAT WCNDERFtIt .1'
::i," Methodist Men's Club. son Rex and daughter *WWH\a tAST SUMMER SHE THE BEACHINA8ATWNA FLAGLER. off

;?J!:.,..,. Sharon are spending their vaca- DtONTEVENKNOWtOU.. SUIT. HARDWARE ,
r ./ Mr. and :Mrs. Sam Lowe have tion in Orlando this. week. .
moved here from StatesVille, '5
\! N. C., ,and are living in the Dar visiting last week with Mr. Vw

.... vis apartments, on Ninth St. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Davis were his e
;. ... Lowe has accepted employment brother, Tommy Crouch, from
t J' '. with Clarence Weaver in con- Statesville, :N. c., and his cousin,' I
< struction work.. ,Jimmy Smith, from Taylorsville.t tI. wcK eee.wa r
;:-.- Rev. and Mrs. Reynold Hoover ---

<: F" have as house guests during the I s- 1
(- 'r' last week, Mr.: and Mrs.' Lyle Money -- Saving Food ValuesWESTERN ,
'' Meller, with their children: I
and Gail Anne, from! -
Blgler, Pa., ::Mrs. 'Robert Harrier J j >, QUARTERS
: of Woodland, Pa., and;Mrs. Harry
r Lumad wi of Clearfleld, Pa. PORK CHOPS ib;: 69 Butter 69I

Mr. and Mrs. John Dostai and
two daughters arrived Saturday FIRST CUTIb ,394 :

from Cleveland, ,Ohio( -to spend I > :z
'two weeks visiting with Mrs. >

7- Mr. and Mrs. James Decastro HENS Ib:49c? I &

a from Orange Park visited here j; : Pork Beans 1 O 1

Q Sunday with their son in law

and daughter' Mr. and ,Mrs. FRESH MEATYSPARE ; t

< Stanley Springer. RIBS 'Ib 39* FLA. CRYSTALS 51t BAG '!

'v? 'Harry Schatz from Burning--: i

ham, Ala., is spending some
,: =' time here as.the house guest of I I. ; : iC

, "",,, his,"son. ,and, daughter in law,' HEAVY WESTERN Sugar ,3,9 I
I;' Mr. and Mrs.. Robert Schatz. ,
"i'' \ BRISKET STEW ib 29 i

:J' Mr, and Mrs., Joel Smith entertained .
< as their house guest ,
6't for the weekend her sister, Mrs. '

11.: :{.- -..and Myrtle Mr.sons and v Squires'," Mrs.Gilbert of Theodore Palatka.and Gordon Hahn FRESH_ GROUNDHAMBURGER '3ft $100 Ice Cream '59 1

from Collins,, Ohio, are spending
.ten days here. Mr. Hahn is .
,an 'uncle'of .Mrs. J. P. Stryker Ji
and ,they' have been being entertained WIENERS (ia cello ,bag) 3'J'r- EELBECK 5 ft BAG uMEAL ,' ;
by Mr. 'and Mrs. '
,," Stryker., OXTAILS 3- ., i
GRITS : 45
Jan Jaromlrrfrom-" Washington, .PIG LIVER (WHOLE) 3' ft : or I

D. C, is>spending his vacation .
BOLOGNA (m the. piece) 3ft : :
here with Mr. and Mrs. Charles .' .
Sindelar. BACKBONE 3ft '
Tr.A.; '
Mrs. Pauline Magee has returned HEARST I .
, to her home after spending _' 51. re >' 'lb 19 ;
;;: two weeks in North Carolina. .
: .0- 5 ft BOXFRYER -. i

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fi.'''-;, Mr: and :Airs: Clarence Weaver PARTS 12' 1
have ret n 'home after spending "AFRESH USNO.l 10 ftPotatoes ,

s !; several weeks with relatives .
in North Carolina.Community. MEATY ;
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:.: NECK!( BOXES ills Q oo 39

f': SPARE RIB! TIPS 4 !Ik -.- $1/1 I I

r k. 'Memorial Church r.: t

ff. AIR Inter-deamlaatlsaal CONDITIONED- Air Conditioned For- Your Shopping Pleasure I ;

[;::; J Xteytosa R' Are.FLAGI BEACH. Prices" Good Thui., Fri., Sat. We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities ;

L: ... Sunday,'School' ,,10:00 A.M. "
.. Church Service: 11:00 A.DL Rodgerette Food Center i
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I It FACULTY' ,MEMBERS ,. ENJOY DEEP SEA .. Spending this week at'Lake .

TO BE,HONOREDFlagler FISHING TRIP Wier are Mr. and Mrs.. Jimmy

Kejley and sons, Mike and Zane., '
County Teachers will Those from Bunnell who en
Also Mr. and O. C. Shelton
:Mrs. ::
welcome its new teachers joyed fishing trip
I on a deep sea 1 and ,
daughters Jackie and Traci.
S i,Friday, August 19 with a beach Saturday were' Dr. Allen Reynolds

: ,_ 1 i party. '" ,. Rev. W. L. Spicer Jr.,

_' I Hospitality 'chairman Mrs. Joy J. O. Craig, T. J. Miller, Tommy Mrs. Ellen Lee is visiting In:

:Steflik announced that a fish Durrance, and ,Mike Koczwanski St. Augustine with her sister,.

< Durrance-Helms I fry will be held on the beachin all of Bunnell and Flagler Beach Miss Sennie Goodman. -- .
::: Christopher-Martin '
t and Charles Redditt of Orlando.The .
., front of Wadsworth Beach
:Marilyn"Christopher Mr. and Mrs. Omega Durranceof
:Miss be and
home the affair
will Include Mr. and
went out from Inlet :bitsJohn L. Dupont
..:. the bride Mr. William Bunnell announce the group
came of engage- .
.. : husbands, wives 'and Harbor aboard the Echo II. Frank had as their house guest for two-
;: Leonard :Martin in a simple ment and approaching marriage children of all'faculty members. Steflik caught the first fish and weeks her sister, Mrs. A. L. Sherman .
'. and impressive ceremony at of their daughter; Johnnie, to 11 I .__, ___. of Coral Gables Florida.
Mr. Craig caught the largest ,
cr> iwelve-thiTty Sunday In the ConE .Mr, Jimmy Helms of Wakulla, I PERRY CLAYTON GRESHAM
fish. .
', gregatienal Christian Church of }Florida. I tI'J'..... ..............\II-J
"',".;1' Enigma Georgia:' The, pastor The couple will be.married in bit and Mrs.. Harvey Greshamof

,'rti .- Rev. Otto Culpper, offiiciated the Morman Temple- in Salt II Bunnell announce the arrivalof Mr. and bars D. D. Moody and FRED A.:

': '" '- .' 'In the double ring. ceremony.' Lake City, Utah in early ,Sep a son bojrn! ?Monday at the daughter, Nita, visited inOr

f-, The wedding" 'vows were,ex tember. Upon their return they Flagler Clinic:and: Hospital. Heweighed lando during the past weekend .FRUiiS..I'JEVELER

: changed at they; altar with a will reside in Tallahassee.where fl five pounds six ounces 1 with their daughter, Miss lona DIAMONDS-
f both are students at ;Florida and has' been "given the. name Moody, Mr. Moody attended a I
background of white chrysanthemums . .
t t. and gladolia' arranged State University. of Perry Clayton.KIMBERLY meeting of the board of directorsof < .-. ...:'d1 "a"rI'rl'rI'J" .

;> the Citizens Council In Orlando

t{.: in tall baskets. Guests of Mr, and Mrs. H. E. ANN HAYNES Sunday morning and also '

The bride is the daughter Bullock "Wednesday were her Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. the State Park Board Committee D&D :
Mrs Martell Hunter of Bunnell ; in
; Tampa Sunday evening.
sisters Mrs. JMyrtis Buie and Haynes of Bunnell announce the
[ : and Mn W C. Christopher 'of Mrs. JeweV, Vigtaitio of Cocoa, arrival of a daughter born at bits Moody and Nita returnedto Radio and TV :
f : Yuma, Arizona. The groom is their home here ,
the Halifax Wednesday
Mrs. Frank Paspisfl of Palm '
!; the son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd 1 The little I afternoon. I -
# Beach and Mrs. T., A. Mitchellof I August lady Service
::', Martin of En.gma. Miami. Also her mother weighed eight pounds six ounces .._ :

t t' ,Serving as maid of honor was Mrs. Elsie Adkins of Cocoa. and has been given the name .Mr. 'and Mrs.: L. L. Brannamwere \

t ''-f the' bride's sister, :Miss Carol _._, I'of !Kimberly Ann. -in Panama City Sunday to All Work GuaranteedPhone

;(;,: Christopher \VIwore? a light accompany the girls home from HEmlock 9.214rFlagler
Mrs. Hank Dozier and childrenof
David Emmett
.: -blue dress fashioned with a full WeatheringtonMr. the Harmony Bay Music School t
skirt. Her accessories were Roy Bunnell spent the past week- and Mrs. Milton Weather there. Beach, FloridaNELL'S !
end in Enigma, Ga., where she of Willow Alaska \ .
al blue and her flowers was a ington ; announce -
met her ''husband. They attended the arrival of a son born --
.t.. corsage of pink sweetheart roses. .!
':' Serving as best man for ,Mr. the Christopher-Martin wed July 4. He has been named ;
ding there on Sunday.1Mr. David Emmett. He is the grandson I :
,.:' ', Martin was Buddy, Baker. Jim KITCHEN
Burnsed served as usher. I of Mrs. Gladys Deen of-Bun I
l' nell. On the Beautiful St. Johns River .
The bride, given marriage and Mrs. Billy Wadsworthand ,
t;," by her mother, selected a be three daughters have re "
Mrs. Ben Davis and Ed :' Specializing Friday Nights in .
:: coming beige sheath gown of turned home from a ten day son .
r'" silk shantung fashioned with visit with relatives., In Cleve Ft. Lauderdale spent last week "

\ an empire waist and scoop neck land they visited with Mrs. here visiting with her mother, CATFISH DINNERS

:;; '-. line. With this she wore a small Wadsworth's brother: and his Mrs. Ellen Lee, and her sister, ,
'::". hat of beige and pumpkin colt family. They also visited, with Mrs. Ruth!, Geller. During their : ALSO FRIED CHICKEN AND PIT BAR-B-QUE

!,:: bred owers. Her,' half veil and another brother in St. Louis, Mo., stay here they visited points of
interest in St. Augustine 2 Miles South of ''San Mateo on Highway 17 Turn Right
: gloves were also pumpkin, col and in Pulaski,Tennessee, they *
t Silver :' at San Mateo Estates-% mile to River
ored. Her flowers was a white visited with her,sister, and her Springs.

"' orchid with 'seed pearls and family I KINARD'S FISHING CAMP
': white tulle.
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-- The*-brldets mother -worea ._ '_ I .. \_ Phone Palatka-EAst 5-3185 ,
green shealth dress with beige Mr, and" Mrs Alfred Tucker and his weeks 'I -

t accessories. Her flowers was a I daughter have returned to their - ,-- -- -- -

corsage::,of pink carnations. home from: a visit of a week In' p ft r .. .
.. The bridegroom's mother was Montgomery, Alabama,with' her tYAUDHYWtf r '

;; attired in a pink and blue summer J parents Mr. and Mrs. Claude. BRANNAM'SFood

print with white accesso' ]Blackwell. :
' 'rtes.. Her flowers was a corsageof
white carnations. : ,
Robbie and Elbert Tucker are : Market ;
the buf .
Following ceremony a
visiting in Cocoa, with their c
;; fet dinner :was served at the .
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. ? '
; home of the groom's parents for v .
; Gilbert Tucker. -
_';; the wedding guests. Mrs. Myrtle Cockman has returned Your Red & White Store t

The bride's table was overlaid 1: to her home here after 119 N. BAY St. Phone ID 7-3496
with a lace cloth and centered '
C i visit in Colorado Springs, Colo-
with an ,arrangement' in the ado, with her brother in law -.1379 Fresh DressedFRYERS .
bridal motif. A three tiered wed
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and sister 2 r 20YJ ,
ding cake topped with a bride __..____ w 1geArmnur
and groom was featured in the : t
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setting. Mrs. Gladys-Deep have as her : .. or Wilson' I. ;
Y' Mr. and 'Mrs. Martin. will re guests her' grand children, Pa- y, ,

side in Enigma where he will trivia: Kathy j and Gerald Hosford HAMS Half : Ib 49c: r
be assoclated with his father in who, will .spend a week ,. le.o
the farming industry. here with her. They are from .a. I
Ubany, Ga., and will soon move '. f '* !

I,." Visiting,here Sunday with Mr. to:: Orlando to reside.. ';' ""., T >BONE STEAK : :, 9ge. !

and Mrs.Coy Harriswas. ,Ed >l-
Mrs. Meadows of Flager '1r
-. Kundrot of" Vero Beach. Mr. Betty r I.r I.
: Beach will undergo:surgery SIRLOIN STEAK '
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f' Harris and. Mrs. Kundrot were -. *
oday:: : at .the Lynn Hospital, e7J ,
Army buddies... !5750'West' Outer Drive,"Lincoln "
ark Mich !- CLUB; STEAK
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Mr. and;.Mrs. L L Moody and :4. '

1 ", daughter,';Na Cy, visited with The local red cross is in need I Armour Star : .

\ -, relatives'there" -and in Flagler of childreM's used school cloths., .. .
i FRANKSBoston
t.J Beach last.;. Thursday sizes for boys, 8 ;and 12. Also ., ,r "m4ge
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sizes 8-12-1&' They also
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laVe calls for: size, 3 and 4*slzes. Butts :.

Those[ ,, wishing to' donate clothes 263 '
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contact Mrs. Duane Deen. ,
; please ,, = II> '
Bunnell Theatre ." ,
Mr, and Mrs. Ed Copeland e Scaliest ALL FLAVORS:, -
\ in Lake visit ,
ti pent Mo day

'- r r'; Fri. &'.,Sai'. ''' Aug. 1930GUNSMOKE i ng ,with relatives. and friends. ICE CREAM I Mica. 79e ,
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; :(;; Dnti Pattern No. 1379-Waff Iz* cat- .
';, .... IN, TUCSON I val-WoudtHully wvara&fe, and to incoming l
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> ;- ; fo fh shorter fuller Kgm But-
StearriagMark torn front casual, with or without confratt. Assorted Flavors .. ;.
: TV Bob No. 1379 with PHOTO-GUIDE: h in ;
.' Stereos.S ..Gale. Rebbinn sizes 12%,14%,16'h.1d%.20,22%, JELLO 6 fOe
t.; 24%, 26'/,. oust 33 to #7.Size 14'/, 35, Oz: Box. '
bull, moaoioa; 4/f yordt of35-inch. ,
SERVICE Need work fatten No. 263 "" .
';'"_ Sun.- &: Mon. Aug.- 21-22 I ths. gay gingham aprons -017 to Cliick_ 0 Sea : .
1 -' f> all makes l and to trim with fiord
MW quick for//
t. > THE.-WroMlVEJl; crott'ttitch bordtrx. No 263 hot fun TUNA 2ge '

..'r {: -.-. __< Sake, T Tullesaiid! I kotdtn ntiioat with grophi.for rest and pay -..rSize .

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LmstlerHepburn pattern
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t'.. for tack poN nt for fin cfact maiSa.i toAVfHKY '
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Off To A Goal'Start help if he knows the names and t I : > '. I

uses of the common objects in FREE PAINTOne I I ," ".", ..
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By Huth Karris his :.t. .
evirpnment. ..
extra gallon ,of your choice i I
:Tomily Life Specialist '
Health checkups are important with each gallon you buy
very '

Starting to school is a big Be sure toMaclude. eye, Mary Carter Paint Store. I .

event in every child's life. The ear, nese ,and throat examinations I Call On Usr I
Also Wetcat Canter
shopping )>
experience will be a happy one and dental check. Plan !

if your youngster Is physically, for necessary vaccinations and NOTICE '-

mentally and emotionally ready immuni ations. TO ALL PROPERTY OWNERS: '
You are hereby notified that the ,,
for itThe ;
Schoool will mean a new so- Board of County Commissioners of
Flagler County. Florida will meet
White House ,Conference cial situation. He will be .hap with the County Assessor of Taxesat '\ '" '.
. if he has learned to the County Clerk's office in the ._ .,
pier pray Ii
health Court
on child protection House Bunnell Florida on
with Monday, September When I
other children respect their 5th. 1960 at
suggests that. you check the fol. the hour of nine o'clock A.1.1. for '; ,
lowing things to see if your possessions and assumes some the purpose of hearing complaintsand -or, < f
receiving testimony as to the .-.-+; ,
responsibility for his own be- :.y I
child 1$. ready for school.. value of any property real or per- j'o>'

First of all, a child needs to longings.The sonal as of fixed Taxes by and the for County the purpose Assessor -- .. t.

know his own name and ad emotional adjustment is of perfecting revIewing,, and 1

dress well enough to repeat to difficult for a child who is still value equalizing of which the assessments shall have been the I ; :.

others if very dependent, on others, shows fixed by the County Assessor oft. '
Taxes \
or changed by him. You Need
Physically, he needs to be marked fears, ,temper outburstsor DATED at Bunnell. Florida this I : {
9th day of August. A. D. 1960. .
moodiness. If he looks for- "
fairly independent and well. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- .
trained. He should be able to ward to school as a happy experience SIONERS FLORIDA OF FLAGLER COUNTY ,'- 4

dress and undress himself, 'take and has learned ,to (Official Seal) ,

care of toilet needs, and eat stay contentedly in another B)' George E. Wickllne Chairman. !I I

I home or school for limited ATTEST. '
wholesome food without assist. r RALPH E. HARBERT Clerk.' .1 :

ance. If he is able to run,. climb periods, he is ready to go. August._1l-18--2tc GOODI
and use his hands easily in Check safety training, too.I NOTICE. ELECTION ,

simple construction and Make certain your child knows Be 'it known that I, R. A Gray.
I Secretary of State of the State of
lie will be more at ease with the dangers of passing auto.. Florida do hereby give notice thata
mobiles and how to walk safelyon GENERAL ELECTION will: be
other youngsters. I held
in. FUgler County State of
Check on his intellectual the streets or highways. He Florida, on Tuesday next succeed
ing the first Monday in November, ,
Teadiness. He should talk readily I needs to realize the 'danger of A. D., 1960. the said Tuesday being -

using sentences, understandand sharp instruments, matches, theEIGIITII DAY OF VENDER '

carry out simple directions, I I electricity and machinery in, mo For Representative in Congress
for the Fifth Congressional. District
and show a healthy curiosityand tion. .
desire to experiment. It will Check your beginner now and For Three Court(3) Justices of the Supreme rioting' ,

help prepare him for a hapy For Judge of the District Court
of Appeal for the First Appellate
District. _
, ,Counterspy Couple -- .-' For 4 Circuit Judges of the
NOTICE Seventh Judicial Circuit.
Notice Is hereby given that the For Gvernor.
Builds: -Shelter City Assessment Roll will be sub- For Secretary of State.
mitted to the Equalizing Board of For Commissioner of Agriculture.
the City of Bunnell, 'Florida, for For State 'Superintendent of Pub I ,
The Los Angeles .(Calif.) Her approval on Tuesday, the 6th day lic Instruction.For ," '
ald Express of June '23 carried of September. A.D. 1960. at 7:30 Attorney GeneralFor ;. OFFICE FORMS ,:..:
I P.M. in the office of" the city clerk. Comptroller.For .
- the following article: I All persons desiring to have corrections State Treasurer.For 6 i Z i '
I in such roll whether in Railroad and Public Utilities ; ,
"A ,
couple who became Communists
the listing or the valuation of Commissioner ,
for, the FBI have broken I property or otherwise are hereby For State Attorney of the 7th -
required to file with the City Clerk Judicial Circuit.
. ground on their front lawn' for or at the meeting, 'their petition For State Senator of the 31st
- a" fallout shelter they setting forth their objections to Senatorial District?, '
such assessments and the correc- For One Member of* the House. ;
"r feel' the Red threat Is' coming. tions which they desire to have of Representatives. "
For County
made. Judge.
, closer. L. H. DRADY. City Clerk For Clerk of the Circuit Court. '
"Paul and Marion of Bunnell Florida. For Sheriff. j Lf'
. Miller, Aug. 4-11-18-5-4tc For Tax Assessor. LETTER HEADS
10716 Esther Ave::, West Los For Tax Collector.
NOTICE OF BUDGET MEETING For County Superintendent- of y':
Angeles' along with their three I The East Flagler.Mosquito Con- Public' Instruction... ; 1 ,' \ .
children Paul Jr. 11 Lou :trol District will hold-rmeeting at I For Supervisor of Registration. J !' '
the office on Highway AlA on Sep I.r For Three (3) Members of the -
S, turned the first spade of dirt tember 7. 1960 for the purpose of Board of County Commissioners, : ....
Micciche adopting tentative budget for fiscal Diets. 1. 3 & 6. ... 1. .- ., .
Joseph J. director of year ending September 30. 1961 For Two .(2) Members of the '
' :. the Los Angeles Civil Defense This is notice to all owners of, Board of Public Instruction, Dists. = -'
'.. property within the District. 2 & 4.For. STATEMENTS : :
I .
gave them a 'h nd. Budget as follows: Based on a Justices of the Peace Districts _

:. 'The shelter, ,which will cost Salaries 3-mill Tax Lev):'. $6.415.00 For Constables.1. Districts 1. : : 1

t about $2,500 and take a month Gas. Oil Grease & Repairs 1399.00 For Judge of .the Small Claims : BILL HEADS
Legal and. Tax Fees 959.00 Court. .; .
? to construct. was built by the Insurance 950.00 In Testimony Whereof I have '"
. ,. ,!Mlllers because:. Contract Work '500.00 hereunto set my hand and affixed !. -
Incidentals 580.00 the Great Seal of the State of Flor- "
- "'We feel we know the Communists Contingency 324.00 ida, at Tallahassee the Capital, -: :. RULED FORMS y
this 1st day of August. A. D. 1960. -
; -how they feel. We Total 11127.00 (SEAL) 'R. A. GRAY '

i t" .know how they think, ,Miller August- 18-25--2tc... FOR FLAGLER' Secretary COUNTYTO of State .

'- said. 'We know they are under I NORTH ORMOND DISTRICT DRAINAGE Bunnell.FLAGLER Florida TRIBUNE ,, -. ; t- TICKETS and TAGS .:

,' orders from Communists
in Mos NOTICE OF LAND OWNERS For Publication 4 times "
4. I MEETING Aug. 11.18.5Sept.. 1-ttc I
cow, and we are too frightened "
Notice Is hereby given that a' .
not to build the shelter. I meeting of the Owners of Land Sit- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF J"r.;. '.
uated in the North Ormond Drain. FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA "
;;.;: Mrs. Miller pointed to the increasing age District ,in Volusla and Flagler IN CHANCERY NO. 4081 CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS

:: number of persons Counties is hereby called to be CARL R SHIRK
held at the office of the District at Plaintiff,
coming under the ,domination off 420 Seabreeze Boulevard. Daytona
the Bec.cn Florida same being in the ALICE M. SHIRK. .
Communists '
saying 'Since '
,. : County of Voiusia; on Tuesday, D fendant.NOTICg'TO ,
i: "Word|. .War II, an average of over September-: 1960., at 2 o'clock DEFEND.
P,M. for the purpose of electing THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
t 7$eo people, have come under Supervisors and for any other busi- Alice M. Shirk
the control of the Communists ness that may come before the 634 Dancy Avenue
meeting.At Georgia .
E::. every hour. Since 1958. the number such election. each and every You are hereby notified that a < --
( acre of land in the District shall suit has been filed against you In
.' has increased to 12,000 anY represent one share"and each own- the' above entitled cause: and you
hour. C&ramunism cannot be er shall be entitled to one vote In are hereby required to file your an-
: by in writing duly swer with the Clerk of this Court. We
person or proxy Don't Do
&: taken lightly. We feel the threat signed for each acre of land ownedby and to serve a copy thereof upon The ti Most :> -
is "' him in such District. Guardiansmay the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, "v "SL- -*
coding eleser. represent their Wards Execu- whose name and address Is: ,-
Aeptnote: to the above dispatch tors and Administrators may rep- Samuel V. Holch :
resent the Estates of deceased 110 North Third Street
>r, by United Press Interna sons and Private Corporations may per- Pal atka. Florida tPRINTING !
be their Officers not later than September 15th, A, -
11enal-said:- !rrs. Miller testified by or D. 1960. I <
duly authorized Agents. .
':in 1955 before the subsers- It. Is ordered that this Notice be If you fail to do so. decree pro : ", .
confesao will .
week be entered against
published once a two con
Ive activities control board of secutive weeks in the Daytona you for the relief*demanded in the

the Justice Department of her Beach Observer newspaper pub- Bald bill of complaint The nature of But
lished In Voiusia 'County. Florida suit being for divorce. We. Do Some of the. Best:
c. activities as an undercover and The Flagler TrIbune, a news said rtthis day August l .' .
9th of :: .
agent.. She said she and her paper published in first Flagler County. A. D. 1960.
Florida. Date of publication.
/ Official
( Seal .
.. _, husband still receive death August 18. 1960. RALPH E. HARBERT- -'fl.
% order of
threats as. a result of their ac- BOARD ,OF SUPERVISORS. Aug. Clerk of ?said Circuit Court
11-18-25'& Sep 1-4tcSTribtmr
tivity." V. Guy Day. Secretary.Aug.
18-25 ,& ,Sept. 1-3tc

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HeNr.he: :'fceaiteat about colliag Canto ABtbtdssee. We CoMty MnalelpaHtte thereto ...... h'Y -'. .' .

are always at your service with promptnou, safety andEquipped and the State *f FlrM .. < .
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3;- ; With Oxygen .Resusitator aDd hftkalaler. =. .... .. .Feaesary s.1813.at the .t.aft :

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Y Garcia Funeral Home .,ji, ;' a. 18ft. '

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Jj. I. GARCIA Licensed ..Funeral: Director I '
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Pleasing Recipes which starts with placing the fully remove yolks Put 'yolks eggs ,lengthwise and ; Slice eggs lengthwise and

eggs in a glass or enamelware through ricer and set aside.I. remove yolks.'Crumble :carefully remove yolk Crumble-

For Deviled pot and covering with cold water Mince shrimp and toss with and cream together with I yolks and cream together with
*to a half inch above the mayonnaise and Worcestershire 1 remainder of Ingredl nts. Refill remainder of ingredients until _,

In these days'of, time-cutting eggs. Heat the water .rapidly sauce. Fill egg whites with whites loosely, do not pack. blended smoothly. Refill whites ,

prepared food, ,when a meal: at Just to the boiling point and shrimp mixture and garnish f and garnish with chopped chives '.i
Susie's is liable to taste suspiciously then turn off Jieat, cover the with rlced yolks. or paprika. I ,
16 hard cooked
like a meal ,at .:Mary's be- pot, and let stand 20 minutes. eggs
EGGS INDIA V teaspoon garlic salt .' {
cause the mothers are good the water,method take ( .
By hot ,
6 hard cooked % mustard subtropical
eggs teaspoon dry Lychees, a fruit ::;
friends.and use the same brands, out of the refrigerator andplace. .
eggs ,
salt .
teaspoon : teaspoons lime juice of oriental origin, were first .
the family needs an occasional them in warm water. 12
1 tablespoon mayonnaise cup sour cream grown sUccessfully in Florida ,
reminder that mother is after Meanwhile, heat a of .
pan water
*4 teaspoon curry powder |dash of: red or cayenne pepper near. Sanford.
all a cook: and not Just a package that will cover the eggs a -

: opener. half inch. When the water reach .. i
es a rapid boil, place the eggs "'
Deviled orstuffed
eggs gently in the water with a large
popular extra touch; any any sp on. Turn down the heat so Select Your ,:
.picnic or cold, summer meal, ,
that water will simmef and
show somebody cared enough to \-,
cook for' 20 minutes.

expend a little more:effort. > BASIC DEVILED EGGS Economical and Dependable Gas Equipment ; j

The variety of deviled and .
6 hard cooked eggs ;>e
eggs goes on almost'as far as /
teaspoon salt .
parallel! lines-to infinity. All At
\ % teaspoon prepared mustard
start however, with- hard cooked '
eggs with yolks ,centered,,whites % teaspoon vinegar" .
% teaspoon fresh onion Juice
definitely white, yolks without
1 tablespoon mayonnaise
darkened surface, and the out, FLAGLER HARDWARE
3 drops Worcestershire ..
side of the whites peeled \
dash of pepper .
smoothly Slice either lengthwise or :
eggs "
For centered yolks'select Flroi-! crosswise. Remove yolks care And Get A Summer Bargain f

da Grade A eggs: These have fully 'and crumble. Cream remainder

not enough been for held the,in'yolk storage to settle long refill whites.of ingredients Chill and together garnish Free Lean of L P. Gas Tank and Instillation of Gas AppliaDces ,

1 securely to an end or side. To until mixture is, smooth. Loosely (Not Including Plumbing or Electrical Work) :

. _,- make doubly -sure, of centered For variations add one ormore >q'

yolks, turn the eggs frequently of the following: celery I '

t, during the first minute of cook, seed, chopped, pimento, grated BOTTLE GAS RATE .

'" ing. onion, sweet India relish, caviar, $6.75 Net for 6 Cylinders andOver Green's Fuel Gas Service I
: To insurewhites are really olives. ,
chopped green "
Per Year
.f white, do not overcook
and do
Will Install and Maintain Appliances
1 not slice with a'knife that has SWEDISH STUFFED EGGS, S&JOQ) for 12 Cylinders or Over. 3

f. Just been used for tomatoes or 4' hard cooked eggs .. Per Year ',_ Sold By :
'i:' other ,acid food before, washing 5 tablespoons butter
f the knife thoroughly. 1 tablespoon anchovy paste $5.50 for 25 or Over Cylinders -
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Cool, the cooked egg promptly salt and white pepper: to taste Per Year Flagler I Hardware ,,1

in cold water after cooking will Cut eggs in half lengthwise.

:' help prevent dark surfaced yolks Remove yolks carefully and set .
as -will using fresh eggs and whites aside. Crumble yolks '

cooking at a low temperature and cream together with but

for the ,shortest length of time ter and anchovy paste until

Peeling is, accomplished easiest smooth. Salt and pepper to

by placing the hot eggs in taste. Refill white with yolk

cold water Just until they can mixture and garnish with a

be handled icomforablv, tbreak.., sprig of. parsley or rolled anchovy
ing the shell gently into numerous ,filfetSHRIMP: $\ 1 :ii i

small fragments, and peel i
ing under a running tap, large 6 hard cooked eggs I
It; end first so that the running
5 ounce can of tiny shrimp (8,
jlr water will help push off the Z short) I

shell. 1 tablespoon mayonnaise !
There are two general methods ,
dash Worcestershire
of sauce
of ,hard cooking eggs. The Slice eggs lengthwise and-care- I
first is- the c cold water method
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What mother won't exchange the dally monotonous dishwashing dishes are /
chore for added**EXTRA HOURS"more time for ... :...

.s her family,friends and reWea&eB? Washing and drying loads .:
This new "chemical weeder"'kills off tough grassy ;-' of dishes'is no fun-unless you have an Electric Dishwasher

,..'...';-- weeds as they sprout' pwtetkally ends'all hand '... .; (and a flame-free,Anne-free automatic Electric Water Heater -

:* weeding in vegetables.i' .. .; _; ;;;' for extra convenience).Tfcen it's just a breeze! Stack the

: :,*"''- .:* : dishes,glasses silver and pota,m your Electric Dishwasher...

.: .' : LtIIJ >::iJJse Vegadex to control-weeds R cole (apops, ::_. ; \ press a button. and walk away. Everything is automatically
-,, >'.f' :.' greefls corn, beans aad: garden beetp.tVegadez '. !- -wajshed-rinsed-"sankized" by scalding hot water and

: \. dried sparkling bright with hot air,
..... 'Idlls off tough weeds like ,
-t- You need added and
;: "EXTRA HOURSfor modern living
.':pffislane, pigweed, duckweed heabit,
..: relaxation. Don't be a dishwasher-buy one! A penny will
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;Jfektafls..and. : many more. wash dishes for 8 people electricity U the liggest bargain in
:,' town.'See the built-in or portable models at your electric
:; -'Com. m OI ... -. "'Offr.Vi..b..t-. '
-" '" appliance dealers and plumbing contractors now.
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,PAGE EIGHT. ._: THE._ FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL;..FLORIDA ,: Y Thursday AueustSl81966, :

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double that by the year '2000, and extension has=;developed
Made Michael Parker Plenty of American I
i Report on / I
: : just.. 40 years from now. and spread technical' Information I

Food is FoundationOf It's the same the world over. at a rapid rate.;The objective
[l 'MosquitoDisbict Will Enter M.I.T. is to to
I I'The number of people to be fed put this knowledge-
...., '
; is increasing 100,000 people I
Michael Noel Parker son ofMr Power
f a Many Activities and Mrs. :Marvin H. Parkerof I I every day. World population Is
Food, as much as bullets, is j t expected to rise from 2.8 billion Florida eggplant, a native of
f';,; (By L'Jt1al1... Gage) Bunnell, has been awarded a the foundation of national pow' now to over 6 billion in the the orient, has a rich meaty

.. ;. One, of the most favorable freshman scholarship at the er. During World War U the"I year 2000. flavor suggestive of oysters.., It

r. ;,':, ; propagating seasons in years, Massachusetts Institute of Technology United States became the arse* The can be baked in its shell, boiled,
amount needed to feed ...
Associate Dean Thomas
/, : which means the worst since nal of democracy and fed not I Americans used in casserole dishes, or fried
lsiY ; Pitre announced. Parker will be in a staggerIng -
f'E' organization of the East Flagler only our own 12 million, men in batter.
'k one of the-900 new students who [ billion pounds a year,
: our
; Mosquito Control District hast under arms but many of
will be enrolled when classes 135 ,million tons of food a .... ..... ...
for -,
;:. .caused the district to use exceptionally allies, too. --- -- --.... .
start September 19. j more than we are producing
i.'t.f,12 heavy control measures Too often Americans take for t today. O. ;:ALFORD
'cent of the under
S;r'" ,to keep, even partially, Forty per granted food stores stocked with Registered .
,,, graduates will be assisted by Can ve do it? Agricultural
tt,>::": ahead of the mosquitoes. all! the kinds of foods we like, 1-'
.. loans and scholarships under scientists say we can. That is, Estate Broke
*- .L '. Fogging machines are out and overlook a'*real miracle of
for the Second we can if continue scientific 1.J'.Jf.
plans Century we
t \.. dally except when _weather conditions our times-the role of science in >BwmeILFladcla
(..": t -: high winds will not Program, now underway at : research and if we continue to .. ... .. ...
or M.I.T., which would provide an giving us the most abundant use the results of research to .. .. .. .. ......1'-. ....
i.r permit. food supply in the history of
additional $3,000,000 in funds the maximum in food
fr' our pro
At the present time the island man. THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized
'., for student aid. duction.
in the southern end 'of the district Producing meat milk, grains, This means using> the latest Evinrude DealerDOATS
:.i... is being ditched. ,At the
fruits and vegetables to feed 180 developments in Improved seeds, ACCESSORIES REPAIRS

:.- present shoul'd rate ,of. progress, this PURDY ASSIGNEDTO million people three times a day improved plants, the best machinery Dockage Storage .Free Ramp-
; .be'complete be-
project WE FINANCE
I day of the Is a big .
ARMY COMPANY every year fertilizer and the most '
usual .
fore the high tides in Sep 825
< job and a serious responsibility. ;effective means of, protecting Ballough Rd--Paytona
tember. We will then start on I Army 1st Lt, Harry E. Purdy,j
If this
flow of foods were cut crops against desrtuctive pests.
(, : the swamp area just north of son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Purdyof !riff
I completely for two weeks, t j The knowledge of how to produce RCA VICTOR
Highway No. H on the, west side Flagler; Beach, assigned
most of 180 million I
-\- our people .! enough food and clothing LIVING COLOR TV
: f the Intracoastal I
*> Waterway. to the 598th Transportation Com
r I would starve. to death. While I It
.. for all to be adequately fed and "LOOK FOR THE PICTUREIN
L ". Upon the advice of the State pany at Fort Eustis. Va.. July I this possibility seems far-fetched clothed exists. The American THE WIN DO'"
... Southern Radio & Television
! 'Board of Health a sanitary land
today, this very" kind of event
: 28.A J land-grant college system, with 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001
fill has been set and is
up now leader in .the'com
: platoon did take place in Ireland about its ORBIOND
triangle of research, teaching .
i :; in operation. The public is urged Lt. entered i .
:; pany, Purdy the. 100 years .
ago.Ireland's '- -- -
' -. '.to use this dump instead of Army in 1955. 11---. .
,:" main food source, I '
L Cluttering up the country side. The officer is
potatoes, was all but wiped out
V; An employee of the district, 1946 graduate of Fayetteville, by a fungus disease called late I CRAIG FUNERAL HOME: '

&'' who is presently operating our: Ark., High School and a 1955 blight. Millions died or fled jl '

? '.:. ,#dragline,, will also operate the graduate of the University of Ireland in a national tragedy I I A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director '-
'bulldozer for this land fill. As '
Arkansas in His '
I; Fayetteville. HARDIN,
that chemicals-now in use JOHN Associate ,
: pointed, out by the board of the
wife, Diane, 'lives In Lee Hall,
Ii' .. ,district, this will take only Virgina. could have prevented. AIR LADY OXYGEN

... caboutSO to 40 minutes each evening An even more difficult' food CONDITIONEDCHAPEL 4--I" I EQUIPPED '
[. to completely cover' all In order of their commercial supply problem- faces man to- I AMBULANCES

garbage dumped that day. So importance in 1959 were Florida day than faced: him 100 years o, I. .
.( it will be only an. emergency tomatoes, snap beans, sweet ago. Population in the United 5 :.-'i Phone ID 7-3532 ", : .

\ :;;- that the garbage pit will be left corn, Irish potatoes, peppers, cef;. States is expected to .rise' frpm .'
:..{ uncovered for any length of ery, and cucumbers. I 180 million In" 1960 to' nearly 201 E. MOODY BLVD...., BUNNELL FLORIDA. '

,ri"., 'time., ...

r.; The only expense to the dis if...

'. ,- trict ,will be this operator's time, '
See the Chevy Mystery Show In color Sundays. NBC-TV .
.' :; .iP.. which IS. very small, after the t'. ';':(j"i. II1ir :J

:-j. Intial cost of This ...
bulldozer ,
.tfkv;; i'% w .., .... '
: J ?
;,:i machine: was bought with funds .y:. :'+'.,' >Ayuc;: k djF( : L'fi.>.,}:v.r;k :,ray' ;f'. '
., budgeted this, for ')6.{. : -
Y past year a 'S. These trailswould
f barge. However, by getting the 'r ; 'I

cooperation of .the East Volusia : "

:' Mosquito District, the purchase :Pt:2t'. shake ,_.1 .:
; of this barge was not made.. t

: In addition to the daily fogging : : .: the cab off j.
ti {
and establishment of the v .

Hand fill, the district has also I :. '.

erected additional garage space : : : '
};yqS fr.t. an ordinary ,
for storage of equipment :: ;:i .
1' We might add that the only -

time any of our equipment has :. truck... but .
been. used outside of our own

district, was the one time when

the City of Bunnell asked for not our Chevy"Few 1

help and the ,district has been
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f '

:reimbursed in full for this. >fA
The present board feels that ? body-wracking beatings that are ,

-with careful and conservative ,.... ., work this #
+ day's for
x ? 4. x>i :i Y;::: ::;;::ri ;n:?::;i:M part of a
;i' -.management our program can ; Chevrolet Series 60 pulpwood

*be carried forward successfully w hauler. It's owned by /. E. For, "!,'

.c with a decrease of one-tenth i.: North Carolina logging contractor. :;..: _

r :jnlll tax Jevy .for the comingyear's As Bobby Fox, a partner'in < \

budget., .: :4 the business says, "Loaded with '
We would also like to state 'i )
k'k pulpwood, we drive over stumps
that the ,
persons paying and think would -
potholes you'd '
tax millage for ::
any mosquito
-' I
the truck to These
tear pieces. ,
''', control work are property owners :4 '
.. S trails would shake the cab off an
located within
r : the boundaries 4 4N
ordinary truck but not our ,,
r' of our district which, extend :
from the Atlantic Ocean t A Chevy. We can average an.extra

.... westward'' to the Old King's F load a day make $45 to'$50

If;,1' Road. Also ''homestead exemptIon -< : a day more with this Chevy than .; .

'. valuations are not included ; ; 'rd< S;. '. we can with the others.
f :In mosquito control tax levy,
In every weight class these Chevies
.:: ..
; :hence any person whose home r
are doing more work at less expense '
is exempt from taxes on the '; .. than trucks have ever done S I
.. basis of ,homestead n'j before. Drive one at your Chevrolet S
pays nothing at all toward ,mos.t ::. dealer's. It's an experience that .,

t,,, quito, control work. 7' : could pay you big dividends. I IL
,5-' '
.r {: That 6-cylinder engine really per 1
.' Bobby FO "1t'. f
f : forms, fays % got the
.. we need { the woods
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