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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: August 25, 1960
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
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System ID: UF00079914:00192
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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::1;: .. VOLUME 48, Ng. 33 .BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1960 ., ,' ;$2.50 A 'YEAR
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: hdormation.on' Taylor Attending Faculty Members Dixiana RestaurantTo Judith Lewis Is

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..-". County Agents Close for SeptemberThe

,: School' l- Conference Guests of Selected 40&8
-,,',' : \Opening F Rotary Dixiana Restaurant will by
close on Sunday night September

t.i Next Tuesday Monday County will 'attend for Agent Gainesville"the Howard Annual wherehe Ag left Club 'Today ,4,.Owner for vacation Thomas and Diamond'renovation For Scholarship '

K::: : The'p bUc sChools'' of: Flagler :ricultural Extension: Conference The Bunhell Rotary Club will- said today. :Miss Judith Lewis, daughterof

fp' '2'., county will open for the regular I of County Agents at the University have as their 'guests at their Mr, Diamond said they will Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lewis of
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t.t-- 1960.61 school year on Tuesday: ,' Florida. reopen the restaurant on -Monday -
; : of luncheon meeting today all new Bunnell has 'been selected by
..... '.' August 3Q, and- school. authorities faculty members' of the Bunnell October3. Flagler-Volusla Voiture of the
,' \ have released the following and Flaglef Beach Schools, Publicity 40 & 8 Society to receive a
::4 ,:.. information for the guidance of Sees Need Here
chairman >Raphael! Sturman scholarship in nursing. ,
g,.;"" .: parents and pupils: 1 1r said today. \ Drivers license Members of the honor society
:. School buses'win make their For ScoutsDistrict wilL-meet for
will Friday evening
: Boy The guests be introducedby
i- .' regular runs throughout the I Club Member, John Cannon. Go On Sale dinner at the AlA Restaurant.in
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county in time to have. pupils Scout Executive 'Dave Mr. Cannon will'also speak on { Flagler Beach where Miss Lewis
i at school for the', beginning of I Profitt of Daytona Beach was "Rotary Interest in Local and First will be guest of honor. After
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.. '. classes at 8:20 A.M.; All pupils I,here last week looking -for a National Education.. September the dinner the 40 & S'ers will
are urged to meet their buses I sponsoring organization for, a Mr. Sturman said the new hold a business meeting in the
: promptly to insure against be-I j Bunnell Boy Scout Troop.Mr. principal of Bunnell High School The ,state Drivers license will Flagler Beach hotel.:
.,'. ing left behind. '' Profitt said also he 'was James.. Craig;became a meberof go on sale September first at Miss Lewis graduated last May
School 'hours for'the first ,day]|anxious to organize a Cub Pack the club last:week the. County Judges Office, JUdgeD "with the highest scholastic honors .
of'school will be.from.8:20 A.M. |for the age group 8. o' years. ane A. Deen said today He for four years of high school
it: until, 12:30 ,P.M. Lunch will not!;The requirements for the sponsoring TO also stated that Flagler Beach work." She was valedictorian of*
NOTICE PARENTSParents
be served in the cafeteria, on I organization, is to furnish residents will be able to secure her class. She was a charter
'the;first day of school. leadership and a place to meet are requested to complete ,their license at the City Hall member of the Beta Club, a national
: Parents: are 'requested to accompany for the Boy Scouts and also for final registration, of their there. honorary* student -club.
IT: all first grade 'pupils the Cub Pack. child for kindergarten on Fri The drivers, license are $1.25 She was a member of the Homemakers .
to' school on' the first day of He said he realized the need day, August 26}'between' 9.12 or and will_ be good .for one year. Clubs and received the
school and to bring a birth .certificate of a .Scout program in Bunnell 1.3 P.M. at the kindergarten The old license will expire on Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow
"-"; for the child. First grade and that he will be happy tomeet building, Mrs. Joy Steflik said September 30, Judge Deen said award. She was editorof

;. pupils will remain. only a few with any organizationwhich today. today., the high school annual for
.' \ ,: minutes .to register and will I is interested in sponsor. At the, time birth certificateswill 195 .60 school year.
then be taken home by parents. ing Scouting here. be chocked, health examination Rockwell Nursing scholarships is one of
The parents of all new pupils Anyone interested in the program paper a paint mock ,and,, Benjamin the major projects of the 40 & 8
who will enter schools in Flag. may contact him at' 1018 towel will be turned in with Society, in addition to Its nationally ,
Dead In BedAt
:..j .--_. Jer county for the first times are Imperial Drive in Daytona Beachor child's name pslnted on It, and Found known child welfare
,:. asked to bring their children die leave word at The Tribune the school supply fee and milk program. Its membership is
.: rectly to the Pupil .Assignment office and he'"will/! contact them and cookie fee will be paid, and .Flagler Beach made up of ,members of The

Office on the secoRd floor of the here. He will 'be in Bunnell room assignments given out she Benjamin T. Rockwell of' Flag American Legion who have contributed ,
"f' Court. Huse_ in, Bull to makeY again Tuesday, September 6. added. ler Beach was found' 'dead at substantial service to

h: ., application :-assignment toraW hlsTiomCj. 277 -Hth street, Flag- that organization.,. ..- .. .
.... '.- ,..8eItool\.wJthtn-e lJ D ti l,.. w }VSf. :' ler'Beach early.'STDesday: monu '...' -,. -- -' .., !

pupils 'from grades 'two through'I Committee Will : ] MIRRORS:. TAXED' ing. It is reported that he had' Former Resident?r :
twelve will be enrolled in ,
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Meet Tonight I ;; been dead: for several hours. He f
.,: -r; schools within the county'unt l Glass windows mirrors and lived alone. -

.,, -, they -have obtained assignments A meeting of the Flagler orange trees were amng items Heh d resided at Flagler: Passed Away In';', ,

;1 ..: from the pupil assignment of. J.County Democratic Executive j which boosted tax assessments Beach for eight years, :;.moving
,:s' fice. Committee has been called for during the first Spanish period there from Meridian, Conn. St. Augustine .. : ,
School fees this year are as I eight o'clock Thursday night at in Florida (1513.1763) accordingto Hewas 77 years of age, and Mrs. Grace Lenora Kendrick '
follows: Kindergarten .and first the Courthouse.Chairman George documents recently uncovered '
there are: no .known relatives of St Augustine, former resl.
grade, 5.00: grades, two through 1. Moody said today. by a University Florida surviving. dent of Bunnell, passed away
;: six, $4.00; These' fees are pay i Mr. Moody said the purpose professor. Funeral services will be heldat last Tuesday. Funeral services
able 'at the time of registration.. .i of the meting is to take care of The documents were Spanishtax the ,Craig Funeral Chapel, were held Thursday afternoonin
Student 'insurance for the routine business> of the Committee appraisals made in 1763 to 201 ,East Moody Boulevard at the chapel of Craig Funeral t

i 1960-61 school year will be $2.00 I. and to make plans for the prepare' Spanish- holdings for 2 o'clock Friday afternoon with Home in St. Augustine.Mrs. .
F Parents who '''wish to take ad-I''I. Campaign. for the. coming elec. sale'to the English. Dr. Charles Rev. Reynold Hoover officiating. Kendrick was the',widow

vantage of school insurance. Lion Arnade, associate_ professor ofhistorY Interment will follow at Hope of the late Peter Kendrick of St. !
asked to send their money by]' says just such docu Cemetery. Craig Funeral Homeis 'Augustine. She was born in
the. end of the first week. impossible and a hardship ments have been sought all in charge, arrangements. LeHi, Utah, and resided In'Bun
this in 1:would be in the world historians.
Beginning year pupils imposed providinga over by nell for several years before go-
grades one and two will be dismissed j I way home for children the They provide the only accurate JUDGE DEEN IS ingto St Augustine to live. She

at 2:30 P.M. each day. I school will .care for, these children description of Florida houses of RELIEVING JUDGE. was 86 years of, age.
This will apply for the entire I until the buses make their the period. Where did he find BYINGTON Survivors include four sons,
school >"ear. : All parents who i regular runs at 3:30 P.M. them? In Tallahassee.If George F. Kendrick, Okinawa;
t All students from grades JudgeDuane A. Deen said today
seven
possibly can are strongly urged I W. P: Kendrick. A. G. Kendrickand
and expected to either instruct [through 'twelve are instructed cooked .correctly, cheaper he will be out of his office Paul Kendrick, all of St
their children to walk home at to check the bulletin board in grades and cuts 'of Florida beef for the next four Fridays. He .
Augustine; a sister, Mrs. Gladys
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,2:30 P.M. when! dismissed, orj i.I the basement of the school for. are tasty and just as nutritiousas I will be sitting in chambers. for Berryman: Butte, Mont; eight'grandchildren
else to make provisions to pick]I notification- of their homeroom. more expensive steaks and Judge John Byington of Volusia and ten great. .

i; them up.Vhe this is utterly assignments. roasts. I County,who' is" ill. I I I I I grandchildren.
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Ii 1 j Mrs. Flossie Haines of Flagler Beach Meets Brother After 42 Years Separation

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f BBTTOR'S' NOTE Following is a Amy Maud, John Thomas, and in Jacksonville. Ada was taken her soon after. His visit to me I know he would have found '
story of the last :member of a William' Arthur arrived from by the Conway family who _re was never realized as several us eventually, especially when
family located after, a separa-: Canada and, settled on the out sided in Bunnell at the time, years ago he died as the resultof he tried to get a birth certifi-
1 1, Uoa4s early childhood 42 years skirts of Bunnell. The next Tree but soon moved to Eldon, Missouri. an automobile accicdent The cate, (I urge all persons readIng -
ego. As'' a ehild Iffiember. the years-3 more children were born. others risked me several times. this to get started on one,
.. tiqgic., series of events whichr I, Flossie, being the first was The years passed and Amy On the above mentioned Sunday as I found it a long drawn-out
cease*- the Mica of the, named Flory Matilda. Baron married Frank Hollingsworth. the telephone rang and you procedure several years ago).
f B chard finally and ,it la really came next, then Ada Maud at Johnny was killed In World,war can imagine my excitement I was more thrilled about
hem' .to'bear:of the end: which time out mother died. II serving in the Canadian forceas when the person on the other having found him for the sake
of the search and.'discovery of This left we,.sl children in the did William Arthur after end told me who he was andI of my sister, Amy, who had tried '
the vise 'yemaintng' member' of care' of 'our father and grandmother which he married and had a said "You must be my brother so many times to locate him.
: the. faH&y '*. -TuIlah Reee. This ;who, feaviag; lost her son. Both families live in Canada ." He, his wife and small son Knowing xher, I know there will
IS the story as tOW by a member :. husband,. became, homesick for now. My mother kept in came over and all talked at the be a reunion of the five remaining
ef the ....y. MIL V. W. Canada and her only daughter, touch with ray' grandmother until same time, but I found out that Thomas Stephen Bichard
(fie). Hotees., of Flagler Mrs. Artie- Gibson who lived I was old, enough to correspond He ''knew what his name had family one day. You bet letters
t Beech: there. so they always knew of been and. that he had been born were sent out the very next day -
THE SEARCH.IS.; ENDED-- Our father had a hard time my wellbeing, but the, family in Bunnell. While passing telling the good news that we
J Thanks to his;wife Carol Wil finding work 'so couldn't afford that took Ada never told her through.Bunnell his wife begged had found our "baby brother"
liam' Baron Albritton-of. Tallahassee to take all of us back to Canadaso she was adopted., After the him to stop and inquire about as we always called him. He
I ,Florida was reunited he decided 'to give the three death of her mother, and being any Bichards living in FlaglerCounty. is known to his friends as "Bill,"
with his sister,,Mrs.;;V; W.. (Flos. youngestaway.., ;:Tire Wickline married to John Sears and children -- When told there were but to us he will always be
sle) Halm oC Jqer" ,Beach, family took me into their hearts of her own, did she find none he asked about, an pld "Baronthen too one .brother
Florida, Sunday August 14th- ,, and no child ever ,had ,a better a group picture of five children resident and was referred: to "Bill" is, enough. In closing I
r after an absence',of;,42.r vears. home. They,lived in Ocean City, and asking her father who they _Mrs. F. A. Rich-the very person .want to say that Baron and Ada
;: Back, In ;the ,year', 1914 along which, later' ;became Flagler were'she learned they were her who told the WlckUnes were not as fortunate as I in
". with his parents and a brother, Beach Baron 'was taken by a brothers and sisters, so she immediately .' about :ME. :She verified the fact having another wonderful sister
: ." Dan Thomas Stephen, Bl:hind, couple who. couldn't keep trine wrote to an old, ad. that,.he teeked like the rest 'of and brother, :Mrs. O.C. Minton
1 his wife thV-lifHMr Ada 'Maud for some. reason *o they placed dress and the letter reached out ne, :and Lad' him call from .her of Ft.Pierce, Florida, and George .
: Malndonald ate;tare"* ,ejtlldfen. h him in, the- Daddy Fagg Home father;; who was able. to'go visit ko rsa Wlc lIne' of Flagler: Beach. ,

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i':: I'" PAGE TWO -r.: ..: :: = *;-THE TLAGLER TRIBUNE, .BUNNELL, FLORIDAThursday R : August?:25? :,.1960XAg ( .

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:F To prevent thawing it pays to j|!and red cherries held at'too high r syrup. Texture charig es nay also -,
FQod j ji
/ buy frozen foods last on a oPJ: j I I temperatures darken: rflist,!i.. and develop. Flavor changes?usually -

f.W. seW i satisfaction I II ping' tour. Carry them home ,in j jan r then turn brown..', Berries lose Develop more slowly:Cthanii

Helps I I on of frozen J JI insulated 'bag or use one I I some of their bright color to the I i:visible changes.*; fi: '
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t?i -. Collect. i;I the Agriculture in quality a new'!+!I| When food large are bought quantities to keep of frozen in- j'I''i INSIRE-SUy Insured & Rest Assured' .1


:Y l The F I them j:the freezer, use a package or .

:!';.: .'- .agricultural .using them two immediately' to check the of I GET THE, BEST PROTECTION FROM '.
quality. Large quantities
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,or low the' first sign of quality loss I. T. COOK AGENCY :
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tempera is '
deterioration

4': :, .non modifies-payment ; ,; rapid chemical loss;1 i iI '[Anothersign loss of bright; .of color in frozen Citizens iRJc 8dg.! Bunnell, Florida I. j

I l!fruits or vegetables. Peach slices
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.:Y--.;,:_":..' recovered under He said''for compartment frozen the' home foods]i I.I.AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY1''j j



r.:>, rus the bond sum and of : : days beI I 1 1I ...
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: ,. fumed. to shoWing I AUTO SERVICE BUILDING SUPPLIES FLOOR COVERING"

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men ..
'. erc1ally I McDANIEL'S WICKLINE '
'- bond.'and- Tilecraft Company'LET :
hold <
.' 'The in good'a I I Service, Station Building Supplies US FLOOR YOU" ,,

citrus law CEMENT CEMENT'BLOCKSSTEEL Armstrong & Kentile
STANDARD, OIL PRODUCTS- -
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', settling 40, ; ed to_ se.1 Sold and InstalledAll
;, Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs / Work Guaranteed
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pending. '
carefully,1 Flagler Beach HE 9-2254 *
Ormond Beach OR 7-3181
t', law claims, that are I Bunnell ID 7-7119 -

i 'i' 194 are still and to buy I=I .FURNITURE ,
Service
Biddle Gulf
'y.l'; ', Thompson dealers. CLEANERS ,
.;:;'< '887 citrus, cabinets GASOILLUBRICATION.GULF : Ormond Beddingand
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;;;. '.' sued to packages TIRES.& BATTERIES BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY FurniturelCo.Substantial .

,of surety : than the ppen 7 A..M.-10 P.M.-f Days CLEANING Discounts on AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE

;.. lion of the shown on State &Lambert US I-ID 7-7190 SERVICE I $10 Tradein Covers Down Payment,
'>. .v tion there Open Dally S to 8 I R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner
CLOSED THURSDAY
.. NOON
'; sued to :---- Colonial Service Station 60 Granada, Ormond Beh. OB 7-9411
Phone ID 7-3188
,." shippers' who issued to EARL E. RICE. ProprietorGAS'OILLUBRICATION 115 N. Bay St Bunnell GARDEN SHOPGray's ,
Under the
bonds of Garden Center
< ,'., F the I that 224$6'-1 MOTOR TUNE-UP CONCRETE PRODUCTS
., Headquarters for Gardening NeetJa
to GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES Ceramics Gifts. Dry Arrangement '

f' buyers. I U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL Your "Q" For Concrete Materials
Annuals_ Shrubbery Fertilizers .
license laws
tF Dial CL 3-8113 TORO LAWN MOWERS
for GET YOUR GOBOYand

a. ,, vege make Carts with McCullock, DAYTONA, _EACHQUillian's 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph.ORMOND OR 7-051

; t.s, poultry West Bend, or Clinton Engines.
Tires ,and Cart accessories at Concrete, Inc. HARDWARE '
-x IJatlium Dde Thompson.

t";' *' 3 75 rent i ent per. la in licenses CORBETTS. SUNOCO SERVICE Bunnell Farmers Supply Co. '

, in recent STATION DRUG STORES! JOHN DEERE .
f. FOR S.A.I.E--4 Bunnell Tel. ID 7-7123 Agricultural Industrial Equipment .
that those
t.: ed house STEEL .
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"are be. Hall's Atlantic StationJack Anderson -Drug -Store Bars Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled I
(: l00x: too *
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ous of the Black&Galvanized Pipe & Fittings
*.' : Deen Road. agricul Hall Proprietor PrescriptionsiU .: LAWNvJIOWERREPAIRS '. '
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Sick Room Supplies
premises. deal GASOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccessories : BEEN RD. Phone 1" 7314J '
Sundries
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ROAD SERVICE BUNNELL .'
ly furnished
: BUNNELL'. Tel. ID 7-3 652 Exclusively at
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kitchen, tile Moody's Pharmacy FLAGLER BEAGHHARDWARE
,Sullivan's
Gulf Service
c entrance. -' Flagler, ;.County's Corner Drug Ht6.rePRESCRIPTIONS a i
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Flagler Beach HE 9-2103
' ,HE. 92082. GASOILSLUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSORIES. DRUGS-SUNDRIES

Beach Information FOUNTAIN SERVICE Village Hardware Center
FOR SALE- : "Specializing in Service and
inch vise,-bab Clean Rest Rooms" BunnelL Flo. Phone ID ,7-3B61 HOUSE PAINTS
In Tile Heart of Flaglor Beach
:=r" .. grinder drill.;. June morn, Match and mix any color
8.252tp in Frankfort. AUTO REPAIRS ORMOND' PRESCRIPTION Builder' Supplies Kitchenwcro .
fair city PHARMACYSick GIFTS GREETING CARDS

Start a assortment lotll- Shield Service Station Room Supplies-Sundries AlA Ormond. Beach CL 2-0420

*. opportunity green and j Arcadiua HabeL 'Mechanic, 24..I our Prescription Service "

:"., profitable \ downtown COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt. JEWELER
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', ft./ ry.., See >Mrs. noises Right Now We'll Overhaul and CIA 1 mt North of ', ,
!t!--, Whitney, St. ".which hung Repair Job Too Your Big Power Or Too MowerNo Small ORMOND BEACH-TeL, OR 'l-IUl
: Rawleigh's, ir peck ;rt- 111 No. Bay St. BunnellEDGAR'S Thompson PharmacyYour Elgin Watches-DIamonds
} 1 Memphis, Te .
.. Health Is Wealth Exceptional Gifts "
these GARAGE
; men -
.v YourPRESCRIPTIONS .
Put Watch '
FOR SALE; home. Cha gathered In 46 W., Granada Ormoad Beach .
t;_ .... home:with city for the COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS .In Our Hands, OR 7-2384 .: :" '
Crow Shoot Automatic Transmission Service Ormond Dross A Prescription Shop
r' 'floors, { 'The Wheel' Balancing-Front End! I 141 W. Granada-ormond 7-1421 PAINTING CONTRACTOR ,
Alignment
: eaCed Palm, "
call. 240 Granada 'IDondOR"oseaAUTOMATIC ,
ft*;, v Beach.. Frqrn \ compe- Flagler Beach Sundries R. Moody .

second street inso TRANSMISSION ,
Ed Contact ; are con HOLLY HILLaYDROMATIC SEALTEST ICE CREAM PAINTING t. ,

+' ;E.. Green,,. ._ the third SERVICE SCHOOL SUPPLIES \,
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and shoot -
ID 7-3240 ;
;, Beach, Phone '
and for the .
fr = Repairing-- Rebuilding Notions-Souvenirs BUNNELL, FLORIDA .
I SEPTIC ; new records Central Florida' first specialists IB
able rates and total AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS \ '
RADIO
f** .. Some 837 1.239 Bldgewood Holly Hill I GILL'DRUG COMPANY -TELEVISION '
ID 7-3410 OR 7-1S81
first day. Walgren Agency'PRESCRIPTIONS PAUL'S RADIO & TV I
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JUST $ ac BU'AWD PACKAGE STORE' I' Atenna Sales & Installations
50 to take i .
New shooters. FLAGLER BEACH Sick Room' Sundries Authorized Sales RCA Victor 'J
Supplies -
,$445.X) Easy .
I : Farm HOTEL BAR 19 W. Granada Ave. Ormond B aek We repair all other TV Jfe: Radio sets '
K. Music Co.135 given three OR 7-5250 _. 1370 Ocean Blvd AIA ,
,} 'tuna :Beach. 90t. Heavy tTlfe.. Meeting Place' -. Ormond 'Beach OR-7.2852 .
:April. ?-tf. 5h "on the I of Flagler County"Jim FLORISTS
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to the sad Yvoaae NURSERY '

'FOR,SALE. -. ms: Many:! I' BAMBOOBAR i Blacks Flower Shop -
'North Moore blade bird
Wagon Wheel Nursery
& COCKTAIL .2 blocks west of Railroad on
..street and
paved bring
: Shade Trees. Potted Plants
SlUng .'Re& : LOCNGE I'Moody turn right on Forsythe Shrubs ,
,crow, shoot- Opea Under New Monagomont
'i: .G.=..uairis. Flowers for All Ocofficioas 1.000 plants tree:- one with every
.Ohio Come In and Get Acquainted dollar you spend. Thousands or \
;, er states. I Bunnell, -- Phone II), 7-3348.. verities at reduced prices. Best In .
Boach
of Halties- Oeecoi. Blvd AlA. Flagter J 1 t town548 r i
I I S. U.S. 1 Hwy. Onn ud Reach y,
1... Green.
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PJ FLAGUW B : ., the two BOTTLE CASHAfcfclS TRAVEL AGENCY f
Q' 'S.H; the doubles iiASBOTTLE
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KING'S STOP BEACH-
: WATER ; n took third BULB. TRUCK ORMOND

,4 o. Duff 'took 'FLAGLZK COUNTY'S 0* :ONLT PHILLIPS 96 GAS A OILSDelivery : TRAVEL AGENCY, Inc.::
the caRing .
in the County on Air Bus & Steamship TlckkU .
lot COMPANY ...
ye : title -"Na- NON: ODD GAS Tours and Cruises World Wide '.
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ins and moved into their tamed with a picnic
\ : Ibeach family
I .Majer their home .Sunday honoring
: new home on John Anderson
their little granddaughter, Elea- -- w -
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!, ,,:. ., -. LUNA BABBITT ; Occupying their.former home on nor Baldwin, on- her first birth
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/'.'. .,.,:" '. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Meekins who Besides Mr. and :Mrs. Joseph
:;;f.: .. FLAGLER BEACHMETHODIST. I FAMILY REUNION" I II moved here from Washington, Baldwin, parents of the 'honoree, 2 i,
<: 1i' CHURCH NOTES j i I I .I II N. c., _during the weekend, the guests were Mr. and Mrs. ;
r' '\ .' 1 I Visitors this week with-their Keith Lovell and daughter, Kan- / t Sr
.'':, Rev. Reynold, Hoover, minister.. mother, Mrs. Eleanor Shill, and I' dyce, Mr. and'Mrs. Bernie Wilson
. .,<:.:' Morning worship 10:30 with brother and sister in law, Mr. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. i and daughters, 'Joanne and I
, .;:,.;.# church school at 9:30. "If ypur and Mrs. Henry Shill, are Mr. Johns during the weekend were I Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. Walter I
',,,, children are- not enrolled else and Mrs. Richard Shill from Enterprise his. sister and brother in .law, 'I Masemore, Mr. and AIrs:Howard
",' where, we Invite 'them. Special Ala., and Mr._and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. .Roderick Hooten Lerch and son Richard.I ,
," music by the choir. All meetings Harold Shill, Jr., from Westfield, and their children Rhonda, I ; t
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;, ', Woman' Club building." Spe companied by their two daughters from Gainesville. Joining them Mrs. E. D. Johns were his brother t A MAN CANT AFFORD ; I
,:. .'. cial notice: No official board Carol and Karen, and the for the day Saturday were -Mr. and sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. I TO ARGUE IF HE'IS* II I IWRONG
: meeting held in September.The Harold Shills are accompaniedI and Mrs. Guy Cole, also front "Robert Johns, with their children IF HE'S RIGHT I
. i I by their two sons, David and Gainesville. Kay and Bobby. I HE DOESN'T HAVE TO I
Little Flagler, Rebels enjoyed :I Harold, 3rd.Yvonne ,
-a rty at the home of i 'Mr. and Mrs. William Babbitt, : I
1 I" p i .Mrs. Vincent Clemence arrived You can't afford to neglect
\'." Mr. and Mrs; Bob Schatz ,Monday -'I :and Stephen, Turner this week from Cleveland, and family were visitors in St. I your car...letting needed serve {.
:';'" evening. They also .surprised returned to 'their home in Mon- Ohio, and will spend several Augustine Saturday. II i ice and repairs go only.leads

, Ed .Schatz with a .birthday ticello last,week after visitinghere days.. here with relatives. (Conunuea on page 6)i to expensive lay-up and ga-
; cake and presents ,duringthe ,I two weeks with their I I
J raging. See us for the expert
:. party since .he was 13 that:,grandparents, Mr. ,and Mrs. E. jon
servicing that'll
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; day. ;Assisting Mrs. Schatz was D. Johns. When they first came, PERCE STRINGS gyppy the go.9h2.
: 'I \ Margie. Schatz and Della May. : their parents, Rev". and' Mrs. E. 4
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: .', Others presenter : ,Ray Gor. B.: Turner,' accompanied them r WEU,<3OOOdOSHI BEST ASSURS) WHEN
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"c:" Seals, Cotton and ,Joe May, ,Jim-I remained one day. n 3tk, REST ONCE HIS W A v.1CE_ V V
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r ft. Rockettt, Mike Douglas,. Man Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Faunt of pnr.
( ager Aubrey Spivey, Len Johnson Lorraine, Ohio, are houseguestsof TM MOST osPH+a BLELV

.. and Mr. Schatz's .father. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stryker, Sr. IN .
=/ '. this week. They have with [TOWNi? ; s. ..0etocAi w ?
..-" .., Douglas Schatz who is stationed ,them their children Elizabeth,
; -- '._ in North Carolina with the I Larry, and Timmy. Mrs. Faunt '
! 'X u.S. Navy had a weekend pass![and Mrs. Stryker are sisters. 1
t.:'::; and spent Sunday here with-his I- ---- I J

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.:, Schatz. Food Values- I
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{>.J' Mr. and .Mrs. M. S. Moore and ,

t;:.,., I phildren, Matt .and Laura, h vet I SWIFT'S PREMIUM 4 6,Ib AVG. OUR VALUE 1 tb QUARTERS
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f b J., Meekins.in law, Mr. and, Mrs. C. A. Ii. for

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< returned Mr. and here Mrs.last:Joseph Sunday Baldwin to Beef Liver '$.100 I I MILK 3 TALL 39t

the home of her parents, Mr. GADS
and Mrs Ray Lehr. after spend, .
1- ing two weeks in Long Island,
N.Y., with his parents Mr. and WILSON'S SID BUCKET
OUR 303 CAN ._
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Mrs. :Willis_ Baldwin. VALUE ( Style

Ii Mr. and Mrs. Albert .Hagood I I Chitterlings I09 "

from Atlanta are staying in CORN,10
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family spent Sunday in Lake WESTERN (FIRST CUT) I
: City with relatives. They were LARGE SIZE .

4 accompanied; Mrs. Laura there Alligood!by her,, who mother remained PORK CHOPS 31b $10,0 .

,for:a week. with her son. CHEERLIMIT 1'9 I

' f, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sinde- .
$ lar and son, Mickey, have gone < '* (
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-.c. to' Berwyn Ill., for two weeks : (1) WITH .$5.00; FOOD ORDER
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> here with,:he parents, Mr. and I SUGAR CURED BY THE PIECE WITH FOOD ORDER'V '
Mrs. Henry Barditzky. Mrs Bar V :i

ditzky returned here with them GOLDEN RIPEBananas .
after 'an extended visit in At- Smoked 'Blconl 35 "

?. lanta, .and Mr**Barditzky is hereon ..lb.V !i

Eustis.vacation'. from his work' In V 2 19

FRESH D-D GRADE "A"; Ibs :i'

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of Jessup, Ga.are spending several -' : GA. SWEET }
a days here making repairsto 69
to ir property.; I Fryers: ::

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,.- GARY LLOYD SHEFFIELD .Miss Eva Belle Cameron' of]i CARD OF THANKS
Sylvester, Ga. spent several '
:> Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Sheffield, days here last; week with her May we take this method of
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announce a son our neighbors :
1.t ; brother and sister in law, Mr.
t.'-;,;4'' : born at the Flagler Clinic and'Hospital friends for their many kind expressions -
j;' and Mrs. W. W. Deen. 1 I
on August 15. He of sympathy in our
: '" LOCAL The Camerons left Thursdayto
"< .weighed eight pounds one and return to their home in Bel- bereavement. Words cannot adequately

,1,;: ''Qne-half ounces and has been express our deep appreciation -
extended
'I' vedere, S. C., after an
,...,;,;. '- i given the name of Gary Lloyd.L. visit,here with the Deens. They for the many kind .

f -' : Shower Honors Omego Durrahce, mother of the were accompanied to Sylvesterby and sympathetic acts that came-
: to us at this time.
bride elect, Mrs. Rodgers Turner H. Drady returned to his Miss Cameron.Dr. .

: BrideElectThursday Mrs. A. C. Rodgers. Mrs., J. C. home here Monday after a visit John C. Rice and family.

", ,- ", I Rodgers, Mrs. John Kinney, :Mrs. in'Columbus, Ga., last week. I
-' I Allen Reynolds attended a : '
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Walton Kinney, Mrs. John
:: Mrs Walter Knight entertained I Spa Jdlng, Mrs. D. D. Moody,.II I 'I post graduate course at the Uni r FRED)
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,.. shower of ,versity of Florida In G inesville
withh- a Thursday Mrs. Walter Cody, Mrs. George Tommy Rees Long Beach,
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{ :- ternoon honoring brid e-'elect 1 Allen, Jr., Mrs. Rob Deen Mrs. Calif., has visited here the past'I last week. He was_accompanied "r.viRUiTSYI"

t : Johnnie Durrance Miss Lucille ,Anderson :Mrs. Bill Dur- few days with his brother in thereby Mike Kaszwanski. :;

4Y ., rance will become the .Dur.1 rance 'Mrs. Peggy Wells,. Mrs.; law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. I
: Mr. Jimmy Helms of O. B. Green l I Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Gordon .
F: 1.:' w. H. Wells,.Mrs H. H. Murray, I fititiw : ..wwvwpS
_- in a ceremony" in the Morman I Mrs. Myrtle Cockman, Mrs.Walt.ter J and three sons spent several

:< :.. Temple in Salt Lake City,:Utah Morris, Mrs. H. T. Cook, Mrs.L. I'days last week vacationing in
Mrs. Hoke Cobb, Mrs. Maude
," in early September. I EL Wadsworth: Mrs. Raymon Holland Mrs. Nancy Rodgers, I'I Miami and the Keys.

The party was given at the I Tucker, Mrs. Tommy Durrance, and, Dalton Cobb, visited in I -.
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k" ":' Knight home in' Haw Creek. I Mrs. John M. Canakaris and Jacksonville Sunday with Mr. !
D'&DRadio
r''': Arrangements of 'white.summer Mrs Fuller. and Mrs. George Geibert and i
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; flowers were used and the bridal family. .
r7 motif using white wedding bells and TV a
Mrs. Otto Lurcht and son,
: with white satin streamers anda Visiting here last week with'
Kevin, left FridaY"Q"return totheir
bride and groom was used their brothers, Bill and Ed Cobb Service
home in Milwaukee, Wis. I
:." on the mantle. The dining table and also Mr. and Mrs. Hoke r
They have spentthe past five /
4 was .overlaid with a white imported 1 I Cobb, were their Sisters Mrs. Prompt Service
s .., cutwork cloth and center. weeks here visiting with Mrs.Lucht's .. Ruth Crow of Sarasota Mrs. M..I All Work GuaranteedPhone PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US
parents, Mr. and Mrs.
-- ed with the crystal punch bowl. G. Staten of Gainesville, Ga.,
and also her HEmlock 9.2149
.W. H. King The Tribune
White Tuberoses, pOrn porn and also their sister In law, Flagler
brother-in-law and4sister, Mr.
mums and fern formed the centerpiece and Mrs. J. B. ''Matherly and., Mrs. Tom Cobb. of Gainesville. Flagler Beach, Florida Phone IDlewood 7-3282

arrangement, carryingout ,Elizabeth. ; -. I Georgia. BunnelL Florida

,the color scheme! of green .
.". and white: I Hoke Cobb left during the
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Mrs: Knight was assisted in '
Mr. and Mrs, Cletus Allen mont and Gainesville, Ga., with
caring for her guests by' Mrs. of Daytona Beach to their I relatives and friends. t On the Beautiful St. Johns River

I : : M. B. Fuller who presided at the summer home in' Waynesville, -

I., punch Invited bowl.guests included Mrs. N c., for a short vacation. Mrs. Gladys Deen left this Specializing Friday Nights in .
I week to attend the state con T- .

,1 vention of County Supervisorsof CATFISH DINNERS

Registration 'being held in -

Miami this week. ALSO FRIED CHICKEN AND PIT BAR-B-QUE, "

DixianaRestaurant.
Mrs. H. H. Murray was calledto .,2 Miles South of San Mateo on Highway 17 Turn Right
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Ridgeland, N. C.. last week at San Mateo Estates% mile to River--

by the death .of her brother ".
T Will < Close Sunday NigHt I.there. n KINARD'S FISHING CAMP

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w ': : Mrs. Graham Lee t)>f,Hastingsand .

September 4 : > Mrs. Mary Miller, who has ----- -- -- ... --.,
spent the .past several weeks
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For. Vacation and Renovation. :1';< ,I here home.last weekend at'the-Miller < BRANNAM'S :

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/ children, Jimmy and Elizabeth, Food Market

of Gainesville, Georgia _are here
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# Thomas Diamond Owner'r visiting with ,her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. M.. Whitaker. Also II 55 Your Red & White Store

her brothers in law and sisters
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mercer and 119 N. BAY St. Phone ID 7-3496

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Moody. I .
U. S. Good & Swift Premium -

Mrs.. George Clegg has returned
to her home In Haw Creek CHUGK ROAST'tb 45e .

t after spending the past two .
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SEMINOLE- weeks in Sturgis, KTy., with her Fresh Ground LeanGROUND
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parents. During her visit there BEEFlb. $100
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her mother underwent surgery .
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County SeptSanford in St. Louis, Mo.
: Swift Premium :

Frank and Charles Rice of -
SLICED BACON Sge
Rochester, N. Y., have spent the tb
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rI it Western Corn Fed Pork Mixed;Cut -
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I brother, John C. Rice. '
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Mr. and Mrs. John Sutherland

and children Debbie, Neva Sue

and Holt, are spending this week Brookfield 4'sBUTTER -
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visiting here with Mrs. Neva '
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Eisenbach and Mr. and Mrs. C. : tb,6ge.
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r r .- ing at their beach cottage In Birdseye 10 oz. '

The third smallest county in Florida got its name Flagler Beach.Buniell. :
BABY LIMAS29.
from the Seminole Indians ,whose fierce _attacks .
against the:white:settlers caused the establishment '
:' of Fort Mellon. in 1837. In Sanford, the County :
:.;t : Seat, monument now stands to commemorate this Theatre GREEN PEAS .- :" 1ge ,
; federal garrison.: .Before the "Big Freeze" in *98,
", :.'., citrus was its principal source of income. Today ; Pet, Ritz 24 oz. APPLE CHERRY or PEACH
,. farming operations bring in-a'yearly income of over '
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$13oooOOO.OO-with Sanford Naval Air SUtiw and .; .I Fri. & Sat. Aug. 26-27 PIES .. 49e
: -Ydiversified industry as economical aids. North Orlando ", :- ,
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is its newest Incorporated city. WILD RIVER
In progressive Seminole County and throughout Pillaltury : : ,;
:Florida, the United ,States Brewers Foundation Std 1TEZPINEAPPLE' "
works constantly' the sale of beer and MeaIgemelT Gift o&d LeeHemick .r WHITE' YELLOWCAKE
ale under pleasant, orderly conditions. Believing .-' '
': MIX 3 $100
that strict law enforcement serves the best interestof \, for
the people of Florida, the Foundation stresses 5, -
: close cooperation with the Armed Forces, law enforcement '
Miracle _
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:SHR: -FLORIDA'S ;"tt S.-.., HERCULES UNCHAINED MARGARINE I 2ge
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l/ Notice is hereby given that the : : '."" '. : ..
i. 5la'aler' visiting their' sons'-in'Port : : ;
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ea I City Assessment Roll will be submitted ; ', < ;'f''y
T : if :. ron, Mich., this ,month. HU"-I to the Equalizing Board of.' -r
the for
,. City of Bunnell. Florida .' '
approval on Tuesday the 6th day, "
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'.. ,. .Judge and Mrs. Duane _Deen I P. M. in the office of the city clerk...J '
Strykfcr and Barbara All persons desiring: to have corrections -.i
Judy Babbitt of Bunnell ', CallOnUs
and daughters spent in such roll whether In
.f;;;:; are on a visit with Barbara's night here. 1 the listing or the valuation' of.: .r

}11) brother and Sister in law" Lt Thursday. ,. I I required,to 8letwitthh'the are City hereby Clerk. I' ... "

*: ._ and Mrs., James Babbitt, Jri, in or setting at the forth meeting their their objections petition to, .L .' "
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r4:':4z.. San Jose, ,Calif. They; have" included Mr. and Mrs. Bob Whitneyand such assessments and the correc- .' ,

r ... children, Kinney .Donna, tions which they desire to have ., '
# .sightseeing trips in Los I made.. : {

" 4' Angeles and New Orleans, La., i and Joyce, returned home Wed 1* H. DRADY. City Clerk ;.; ,
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Bunnell.
! while making the trip by train. nesday after spending' several' AUg. .U-18.5-4tc Wheno :. ;

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visited with'Mrs., Whitney's parents East Flagler Mosquito Con- .. :. i

Visiting .with Mr. and 'Mrs. David trol District will hold meeting at. \ ,.. <'y > ,
Mr arid Mrs. Fager- .. ; '
the office on Highway AlA on Sep : ,,:,
...'f., Fred Fruits at the Lazy Hours sten, and Mr. Whitney father, tember '7. 1960 for the purpose 'of, r ""' :
/, Motel are their former pastor, I adopting tentative budget for fiscal '
and Barbara :
W. J. Whitney
year ending September 30. 1961 \
f, ': Rev and Mrs: Louis Gaines, of Anne ,and James CUmmings. This is notice toall .owners of 1 :
' j property within the District, ; :
Fayetteville, N*C. They will, be Budget as follows: Based on a< YoUNeedPrinting"

,;.4.$ .. remembered as having visited j Salaries 3.mill Tax Levy. 6415.00.', : ., :

here on former occasions. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Chase I Gas. Oil Grease & Repairs J.399.00 ,;' ; \ :
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1 Legal and 959.00 "
from Orlando were'visitors here Tax Fees. :..
Insurance 950.00 I ,.
,; Saturday with her aunt, .Mrs. i I Contract Work. 500.00 I ," I
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; : Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith Incidentals' 580.00 v
Shill. They were accompanied / ,
Henry Contingency ..... 324.00Total ;
'f and from Bunriell ;
sons are
their two weeks old .
by
: : spending a weep here at the Robin Diane. Mrs. I I .- 111.127.00
' : daughter, August 18-25 -
+ beach. They had his sister, :Mrs. will be remembered as --- -2tc > \ "
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<:: L" Clarice Crews from Hastings as : OF
Jennings.
Anne
1:-- the former Betty It known that I* R. :A. Gray. I
t.;., : their house guest ':for several. I Secretary of State of the State 'of
Florida do hereby give notice that .' ,
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:y days. JVOUTII ORMOND DRAINAGE a GENERAL ELECTION will be '

!:,'! I' DISTRICT held' In Flag r County. State of I .
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" NOTICE OF LAND OWNERS Florida. on Tuesday next succeed-, ..
:.' MEETING ing the first Monday In November- .
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F:: : Mr. and Mrs., Guy Hoover and Notice Is hereby given that a A. D., 1,960. the said Tuesday, being ..{I .. of '
Y'' :. Linda Anne and meeting of the Owners of Land Sit- theEIGHTH I
daughters;
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Ormond Drain-
uated in the North DAY OF NOVEMBERFor .
p'4t' : Bonnie,. of. Clinton Mich., have age District in Volusia and Flagler Representative in Congress
.' bounties Is hereby called to be for the Fifth Congressional Dis
r been the guests of Rev. and held at the office of the District at trict. I I'ii

Mrs. Reynold Hoover this past 420 Seabreeze Boulevard Daytona For Three (3) Justices of the Supreme ::
Beach Florida; same being in the Court.
,
eek.- j County of Volusia, on Tuesday. For Judge of the District Court
{ September 6. 1960. at '2. o'clockP. of Appeal for the First. Appellate
M. for the purpose of electing District. .
Supervisors and for any other busi- For 4 Circuit Judges of the .. .
i- ; .; V mice Clemence spent several ness that may come before the Seventh Judicial Circuit. ,
meeting.At For Gvernor. .
?fL. days last week in Ormond such election .each and every' For Secretary of State. '
Beach with her cousins acre of land in the District shall For Commissioner of Agriculture.. '. ,
t; ;;- Sally represent'' one share and each own- For State Superintendent Pub- .' : .

i '. .and Nancy Dzioba. a er shall be entitled to one vote in lic Instruction. / OFFICE-FORMS .t :
person or by proxy in writing duly For Attorney GeneralFor : _:
signed for each acre of land owned Comptroller. '
by him in such District. Guardians For State Treasurer.For : h, : '
: Leptospirosis Said may represent their Wards- Execu- Railroad and Public Utilities : Cf : ,:

tors and Administrators may rep- Commissioner. .,. ENVELOPES .
resent the Estates of deceased per- For State Attorney 'of. the 7th. ... ., it ': J..
i sons and Private Corporations: may Judicial Circuit. Y-' ;> .. '.' : '". '. t .
: Threat Among) For 'State Senator of 'the 31st 0& rtJ: : "
gs be represented by their Officers or, : : '
, duly authorized Agents. Senatorial District. t' ; 1'1--?; '. ? /
; It is ordered that this Notice be For One Member of the House :- INVOICES' \ .
kk And Large Animals published once a week for two con- of Representatives.For .T ': .' "
County Judge. '
secutive weeks in the Daytona '
Beach Observer a newspaper pub- For Clerk of the Circuit Court. ;" '
:1 Leptospirosis is a real and For Sheriff. ; :
lished .in Volusia County Florida. 1 : :, ,.
and The Flagler-Tribune. a news- For Tax Assessor. LEmRB : ,
prevalent problem small -:4: -j .
among, ;
[-'$ paper. published In Flagler County. For Tax Collector. : ,.. : I' .
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it: animals well in cattle ii For County Superintendent of ;; .... ',- .'..
as as Florida. Date of first" r""'bllc4Uon.August t. ."f", ''t ..t,..> .-J :
Public Instruction.
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t. and swine. according to Dr. F.H. By order 18./ 19C0.-of For Supervisor of Registration.For -- ,. : "
BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS :
I Three (3). Members of the _
White, assistant bacteriologist BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. / ,
If V. Guy Day ,Secretary... .... Board of County Commissioners. : ,
;c': : with the Florida. Agricultural Aug. 18-25 & Sept. 1-3tcADVERTISEMENT Dlsts. 1. 3 &-S- ; .
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For Two :(2): Members of the
t-;;>,I experiment Station. FOR BIDS Board of Public nstruetton. Dists. ,/ i"- ,
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NOTICE. IS HEREBY GIVEN .. : :.
According to Dr. White, the that the Board of Public Instruc- For Justices .of the Peade. Dis-
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tricts 1. ;
tion of' Flagler County. Florida
", dog is a frequent victim of the will receive sealed bids at the office For Constables Districts 1. ; :. 'i '
of .the Superintendent of Pub For Judge. of the Small ClaimsCourt. BILL HEADS .
,_ disease domestic ani .
among
& lic Instruction at the Court House. r f ,; ''' _
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mats. Dogs may become ill with in Bunnell.' Florida up until 2:00. In Testimony Wherebf. I have s.: y: .' : .?'{::. .
P.M. on Thursday, the 15th day hereunto set -my hand and affixed .
a serious: form of leptospirosis, of September. A.D.. 1960 for the the Great Seal of the State of Florida < '

E\, and mortality, especially in terial furnishing and of performing all labor the and work ma- this. 1st at. ,day Tallahassee of August.the A.Dl Capital.I960.. .. ,'>, RULED FORMS; : : : .. .

-.' young animals, is very high. I for the erection and completion of (SEAL. ') R A. GRAY a ,." ::. .
the' lire escape addition to the. COcUNTY of State r .
Sometimes. the leptospires Bunnell 'High School. FOR FLAGLER < TICKETS ; .
and TAGS
TO .FLAGLERTRIBUNE .:
Contract documents Including : ",'_
provoke a progressive kidney disease i plans and specifications are on file Bunnell.: Florida-' : "' : !
which at the office of the Superintendent For Publication 4 times 'f :
may cause death of : and at the office of the architect. Aug. 11-18-25 & Sept. 1-tto .ii{ :: ;- r

'the affected dog after a long, Craig J.. Gehlert 523 North Hall-: CIRCUIT ,
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IN THE COURT OF .
chronic illness. In other cases I fax. Avenue, Daytona FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA ., ,_.. i: ..-. ,
ida Copies of these *
'generatIcontract
the ,(disease is quite mild I be obtained by prospective CARL,Ir CHANCERY R. NO. 4081 : ':: t '_ '! .<

recovery Is rapid. .and'j by depositing bidders Ten from Dollars the architect$10.00) SHIRK.Plaintiff.. CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS. .

;. From the standpoint pf per set same to" be fully refundable i ALICE :M. vs SHIRK; ; .
to each person who returns, ,
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mission of the disease, however I the documents in good condition, NOTICE TO; Defendant.DEFEND tr:1' : '

within five (S) days after the open THE STATE FLORIDA, TO-, ;
a infected OF
i very. mildly1 animals '
ing of bids.
f may transmit the organisms to A certified check or satisfactory Alice 634 M. Shirk Avenue .. .. : '
r bid bond in the amount equal to I Daney :i
'another animal, in which casea five per cent (5%) of the gross You Savannah are .hereby; Georgia notified that a {: ::<- : { .
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bid shall be submitted with each
more .Serious! infection results.M bid. .Bonds or checks of suit has bee!- filed against you In :
the above entitled and ;
unsUCCe88-j cause; you .
Since 'dogs, are in close ful bidders will be
.. contact > are hereby required to file your an- j .
with people Dr. White that of the successful retained 1 swer with the Clerk of this Court. I 4 j.We 0oht Do The ;M -
says and ;will become the'' sole I and to serve a "fcopy thereof upon =sPRINTINGBut : :

r'r precautions should be taken in Instruction until the such time of the brae the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney, f I

: caring,for:sick dogs. "Children der shall fully comply with the whose Samuel name and: address olch Is: .. ... ":. ,:Jj.'. ,
bond and contract requirements as I .110 North 3Thlrd Street i. ,
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certainly/ should not be permitted set. forth In these specifications. I Palatka : ,

.. to play with or handle sick The Board reserves the right to.: not later than'September 15th. A.. .; : ,
? rejct and/or all' bids and to
any I D. 1960. I .
animals: he 'adds. informalities therein, .' :'"
waive any If you fail to do ao. decrees pro .
and to use sufficient time to Investigate confesso will be entered againstyou
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Prompt veterinary care for
;; the bids and the qualifications for
the relief demanded in the
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"* ,sick dogs is.of much Importance of the bWders. bill or complaint. The nature of :
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THE BOARD OF PUBLIC 'INSTRUCTION We Do Some thelBest .
said suit being for divorce. of :
says Dr. White. 'This may not FLAGLER WITNESS my hand and seal of !

only save the life of thedog COUNTY FLORIDA TuckerATTEST f'; ''i.I said Court this 9th day of August ,.' '. -r: ;:: '"
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By Raymon :': AiTX' 1960. ; \ .. ;:; "
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in cases of, leptospirosis, but !: ;.Official Seal). ,
Z. D. HOLLAND. SuperintencTk ; .' "
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RALPH = -
E. HARBERT -
H);: may. also. speed in ExOfncloSecretary .
recovery eat and --1'; Clerk of said Circuit Court '
milder infections. tothe Board of Public In* 'I Aug. 11-18-25. &' Sep. 1-itcBUlflTELL :
Flagler County.
struction. 1
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'menu ': ) ly parallel the 1959 increase.a J 'Taken as a whole, the princi

,Auto .:Death.in,', State's EconomySlowing I "Manufacturing ,employment I "New businesses incorporated !I pal business indicatorsreveal
r averaged 208,000, up 6 per cent this rear' totaled 6,358 firms by the soundness of iTloHSa's economy

State Highest Down: from 1959 half the 1958-59 rate the end" of June, down 3 per cent I I today and indicate is future -

;' of increase. In contrast, employ: from 1959. Three months, :March, I growth and expansion,*' the

: Board Declares Florida's economy, during, the ment in trade pushed upwardat April and June, have dropped,'trade body concluded. ,\<

first hall of this year moved a faster rate 7 per centas s. below the corresponding month ,
ahead of 1959 but at a calmer compared with 5 per cent in'' of 1959. Business failures, as reported FREE PAINT

t' Mojtor vehicle accidents ac-, pace than in former years, the 1959. Hotels, motels and related i by Dun &, Bradstreet 'One extra gallon, of your ,choice,
'counted for better than' two and Florida 'State ,Chamber of Com- services, ,as a group, had 6 per :came to a six-month total of with each gallon you buy
,*.-- a, half, out of every hundred cent more employees the first 340, compared with ,a 1959 figure
merce reports. StoreAlas
t .;-;:',._ deaths in'the state last year, six months of this year virtual of 239. Mary Carter Paint
' "- ,and well over half ,of,,.the victims "Time 'to catch up with the _'. I, ." Woteate Shoppingv Outer '

I F ;' :. were 'under age 45, a .report demands that a phenomenal f .: '...., .
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;Health indicated- this week. The gained by this breathing ,

t :figures also ,showed Florida spell" the trader. body pointedout. : Select Your' :
t ,deaths from this cause to be .- .J .'\
:" 'proportionately above the average .... '
for the nation. .- "Bank debits throughout the
state, the best, single indicatorof Economical and, Dependable Gas Equipment ;

V There were 1,130 auto .ace!. business activity, were up. & .
dent deaths In Florida in 1959 per cent through: June of, of this -
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t a decrease of 14 from the 1958 I year over 1959. This compares ,At ;
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figure; In spite sof a five per cent with an 18 per cent increasein r
rise in population. The board's 1959. S "

bureau of vital statistics said! ,
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"Sales tax collections on busi_:
,the 2.6 FLAGLER HARDWARE-
figure represented per
i ness transacted during the first
'cent of all, deaths, which were six monthsof this year stood ,
55 ,45,649 for the year., However, ,
12 cent above 1959
per almostas
the breakdown by age groups good as last_ year's 14 per And Get A Summer Bargain ., :
showed the auto, deaths to be
cent. By months this year, thegains I

34 the per 15.24, cent age of those group..occurringin The 709 per cent over In 1959 January ranged to from 9 percent 17 :i Free Lean ef 1. '. Gas Tank and, hstallatifn. ,tf f' Gas AppliancesNot ., '

auto deaths in the 'age group in June. The range in 1959' ( Including_ Plumbing or Electrical Work)
t 0-44 constituted well over half .
was 18'pe.r cent to 15 per: cent
of thetotal. '
; in June of that year. CAR LOAD PRICESCOLEMAN
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In commenting' the fact "Gasoline .les this year have
,< Florida has consistently had a, been running' 5 per cent aheadof 10 YEAR WARRANTY Green's Fuel 1 Gas Service
'I higher proportion of auto deaths 1959 in volume, compared. DELUXE WATER HEATERS

4{t ." than the nation the: report said: with a 1959 ,increase of 7 .per Reg. Special Will Install and Maintain Appliances
i ,"No doubt this due in part to cent. 20 ,GaL Price S99J50 $74.95 Sold By -

J: the great amount of passenger: "Non-farm employment averaged 30 GaL Price 5109.50 $79.95No

miles travelled in the state by 1,302,700; through June, 5 Appliances will be offered at ',;: ,"

't tourists. But regardless of this per cent over 1959 which, in any price higher than prices recommended ::,':' ,'Fligler 1 Hardware
the public must be kept aware turn, 'was 7 per cent'above 1958. by munufacturer.ti ,

:. S of the huge and 'complete waste: Largest monthly gain this year

1 of, human lives, since practical over ,a year ago came in ,January .

f t. ly all motor vehicle, accidents up 6 per cent and the low
,-' are preventable." est was 3 per cent in June. The

,' Referring to the high propor* slack in construction followingthe

.:: tlon of deaths in the age group national ,trend; is, the princf-
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Under 45, the report characterized -, pal cause of the lessening of t ? I II IUL
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-' the loss of 'life as' "extreme monthly' gains in total employgeneral -, /V"* IIth --

tragedy," noting that. auto II ".5 5-", .:;: Jt' fxt. / :>.:: '

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are one p4b : '
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"' causes of death in'the 15.24 age high standards of vehicle 1 r i['**UV.:: s ::': : uss., .. :A\,

group. ',' safety that motor'vehicle deaths ... :*::('W SPEND Less... 'l. ,..
The ,report closed with a reference I can be significantly;, reduced." .t' ii It :1[ EAT OETTERI .\

to the efforts of*law enforcement I }kt; :" ,t':','.' ,' S : SAVE raw... /: \ .

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cut down on', such needless telnr calcium, iron thlamine; II ', ',
=; waste of'human life, and added: riboflavin, and niacin, accordingto '\ > '

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1 bier (Iens'protected) hunting a variety of miscellaneous users I FRUIT SALAD-DRESSING :I
Commission Sets i I Florida : ;
--1, season April 1 through April 9, I' Uses'y I consumed 5.3 million barrels in Combine equal parts of honey :
half before sunrise to J jioon. 4 the state last I and S
yean lime juice. Whip until ii
:} .HUnting Dates I Liberty, Gulf_ Franklin, and Cal I! -, '..c. '"Jet fuel, not Included in the foamy. Use as dressing for

houh counties closed to Spring I j Big Quantity above, used by the militarycame fresh fruit salad.

( And Bag Limits gobbler season except in these'l to 4.9 million barrels In

parts of those counties Of Fuel Oils 1959. about half of the 1958 figure THE OUTBOARDER i
t Florida's 1960-61 general huntIng in the Roy S. Gaskin Wildlife I as more emphasis ,Is being

;; .' season: for resident game Management Area. V I placed on missiles. At the same_ Authorized Eyinrude Dealer f
In the Fourt hDlstrict, Collier Floridians, used 42 million BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS I
: \ birds and animals' will open time, commercial'airlines use of ::
barrels of oils last Dockage Storage Free Ramp
fuel
Saturday, November: '19, in all .county closed.QUAILDaily year I jet fuel In. the state was eight WE FINANCE ;
bag limit 10, i more than double the annual .times
! districts of the state. more than In 1958 and
t.. ._" The opening: date-applying with no season bag limit. Opens f consumption ten years ago the totaled over a million barrels. 825 Ballouzh RdDaytonaRCA
half hour before sunrise Saturday -I Florida State Chamber of Commerce Kerosene consumption, also ,ex-
!r r to deer, turkey, quail, squirrel '
'. and bear-was set during a November 19, and, closes reports. cluded from the general fuel oil VICTOR
't,';"- formal meeting of the Game half hour after sunset Sunday, I "Since only U.S.-produced pils totals, came to 4.5 million bar- LIVING COLOR TV

y. and Fresh Water. Fish CommissIon February 12.SQUIRRELDaily., are included, foreign Imports rels, ,used mostly for cooking O.OOK FOR THE PICTURE
at Tallahassee,July 23; according bag limit I will push this total even higher, the State Chamber IN THE Radio WINDOW"Southml & Television \
of 10 gray squirrels and two I when final figures are available r' 226 E.
t: to A. D. Aldrich, direr Gn.1&da.-Ph. OR 7-2001
w tor., fox squirrels, with no season i ," the trade body said. I C.RMOND fl
bag limit Opens' half hour before i "Several new trends were established -
: Hunting will be allowed every LARGEST NATURAL BRIDGE
<4 day in the First, Third and sunrise Saturday, Novem In fuel oil use In the :
; 'Fourth Conservation Districts. ber 19, and closes half hour aft state last year. Most pronouncedwas Rainbow Bridge, the world's 'TV

J.. The Second and Fifth Districts, I er sunset Sunday, February 12. a decrease of 24 per cent largest natural bridge, spans Bob
:. ? Northeast and North Central BEAR-Black bear legal game I from 1938 in the quantity of 278 feet and arches 309 feet

' 'Florida, will have "staggered- during open deer season and i oils used by:.
, 'day"'.hunting, with the first nine special managed hunts only. plants as the impact of naturalgas southern Utah. SERVICEall

.' days (Nov. 19.27) and the i only. Daily and seasonal bag I became pronounced Even makes -
is. *. ''period December 25 throughJanuary limited to one. Cub bears pro. then, last yearns use of oils by O. F. ALFORD
l.' 2 tected at all times. these plants came to almost 18
open every day. Mondays 11r r Registered Sales Tubes and
OTHER.SPECIESRabbit. million barrels"Manufacturing,,
Tuesdays, and Fridays will
r- Ibe closed ,at all other times in cense needed to take either cottontail plants used Real Estate Broker Antenna Installation

: the two districts. or swamp rabbit during 11 million barrels of oils, principally
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Bunnell FloridaSvwvwvwwwwww
j: Shooting hours for resident hunting season. Wild hogs. i residual types, again, of .
; will be Game ainmals in certain wild- 28 per cent. Vessels, including -
species from
game
1-; one- -- --
G '. half hour before sunrise to one. life management areas during I tankers, accounted for 2.5 mil .... t

-. half hour after sunset on ,each open'seasons designated each lion barrels, up 19 per cent
j .; open. day, area, with bag limit of one per Railroads used ,,over 2.2 million i, CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
.
> # day and two season. PAN barrels, about the .1
:. Statewide hunting dates, special per same' amount 1 I
/ seasons and bag limits for THER-Protected at all times in as in 1958. : I i A. H. CRAIG. Funeral. Director
-=',,, the various species of resident all areas. "Oils used to heat homes and ." '
JOHN HARDIN Associate
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game. animals and birds 'are: commercial buildings totaled 31
EARLY COMETS million barrels, 13 cent. I I AIR OXYGEN
DEER-Buck .deer with one or up per LADY
i ;more: five-inch. antlers, one per Millions of comets fly throughthe Use of this same fuel for air j! CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I EQUIPPED \
cosmos, but most are 'too conditioning Is another ATTENDANT.AMBULANCES'
new ,
day, two perk season. Opens one- ,
faint to be from earth. trend and which holds I.
3 half hour before sunrise! Satur seen one considerable \

day, November 19, and closesonehalf Chinese astronomers recorded ob- future, potential I : Phone ID 7-3532 ,
; servations of comets as early as Laundries, heavy ;: .
hour sunset Sunday highway ve-
1 after ,': I ; ::1 /,201.. E.. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL., FLORIDA. '
2369 B. C. the
,, January 8. :;'7'1'.. hides military forces and (

In First District, Hardee, Man. .
,S. atee, Sarasota, Pinellas, and De- 1 -
: Soto counties, and that part of See the Chevy Mystery Show In color Sundays.NBC-TV


Hillsborough way Special 92, closed Second south at- .District of all U.times.S. high deer- ,. BEST TIM OFYUR TO WiDW1! if1ii .


s hunting seasons November 19 .
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r' through December 11, in Gil-
x christ county with every Monday

Tuesday, and Friday closed : .
; Columbia county south of d' CHEVROLET S
State Road '18 and east of U. S. <

r... Highway 441, closed at all times. : :'
Special Third District season, .
y'::: November 19 through December J You couldn't pick a better time to buy your new Chevrolet to like what Chevy's got just as much as everybody else., ", -' .

4 and December 17 through: (or Corvair) than right now when more people are buying (Especially the money you'll save.) Check your dealer'- S ; .

.January 1, in Okaloosa and'Walton '. : :::'them than ever before. Chances are good you're going on the details while there's still a wide choice of models. .; .. '{.
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season in Eglin Air Force Military ';. Y 15H [ V'r.: t.' .;
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Santa Rosa'counties closed at : ,'
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all times in Field '
: except Eglin

and. Blackwater Area' Wildlife Management : 3 ,/: / -' : :' :;: ::::i' J

; Fourth District, Monroe county .:-. < ,., .J :. ."-" ':-,'- 1 I
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closed to Key Deer.

TURKEY Turkey of either sex -
L legai game* during regular sea- ?
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son,-two' per day, three.'per sea [ w J:

.S;: son sunrise Opens Saturday half, November'hour before 19, ;;!: : :; ;. .

and closes half hour after : '
r sunset ; I
j 'S Sunday, January 8. I; ThU It the.Dr3thth,lmpl C _.*&/. :

ti Special 'First District turkey- S -. \
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hunting season, November 19 '- "
through November 27 and De. t "_ AIA 1 THE YEAR'S :::

ce-mber,24 through January 2, in F ( CH EVY 9 bUfIVPIflAWARDW1WNINGES1CAW-
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.t Hardee and DeSoto counties;-Pi: .. .
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nellas county closed at all' :_ -
; times. :, V: Corvair already proud winner of Motor ,
Tread magazine's Ca-or-the-Yea" ,.tJ
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In ,the Second District, that J "' .
of 'Columbia award lor engineering advancement ,;, j. 7-: I
portion county ; BOW'waBes away'with another one: the Y... '
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:_,, south of State ,Road 18 and east /. 'eeveted ,Industrial Designers Institute .
of U, S. Highway 441 closed at 'i; :
:: = ; Gold Medal The award was presented
.} all times. ; "':', :,_ ._ 'to WiHiam L. Mitchell, General Motors
+d '-SpecialThird: District. 'NorthwestFlorida :r. l. ,: vice president in charge of Styling Staff, to- ...
Spring turkey gob- ;;:. ..<. ia recognition of Corvair's "finely scaled Sa .
55 proportions, with & minimum, of ornamentation. .
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