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: September 1, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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c VOLUME 48, NO. 34 / BUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPT. 1, 1960 .t:'$2.50 A YEAR #

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i' Enrollment at Junior Woman's Club ... I Businessmen. New Director For Soil County DemoCommittee
Host To New : I Conservation Service

Schools Shows Resident SaturdayThe .1 Meet Tonight -. T. W Robinson, director of the OK's :
I I Soil Conserva
Flagler County

: Little Change I to Junior new residents Woman's; of Club Flagler washost !I,In Civic Center I tion here Service and, has assumed moved the his dutiesof family Party NomineesMembers

County last Saturday at the '
; Flagler County Public The Bunnell Businessmen's Association the office on August 23. 'Mr. of the Flagler Coun
home of Mrs. Joy. Ste lk. Coffee '
.." opened Tuesday SchOOls'l and donuts were served to the will hold its quaterly Robinson succeeds Alton Harris I ty Democratic Executive Committee
.. 1011 pupils registering club members and guests on meeting at the civic center bullying who served in that capacity for voted at a meeting last
three schools, Supt.. Z. 'D. Holland the'patio.. tonight (Thursday) at 8 o' eight years Thursday evening at the court
said today. clock, Leo Baker publicity com- Mr. Robinson moved here house to adopt a resolution giving
Those present included:' Mary
Bunnell school enrollment: was I mitteeman announced. ,from Callahan, Florida, wherehe the committee's endorsementand
Alice Lee, JoAnn_Crews, Lorna
514 pupils registered.. Registration Galloway, Laura Reynolds, JoAnn "All members and their wivesare had served with the Soil Con all out support to all Demo-

lest year on.opening day ];1 Peavy, Wardeen Spivey, urged to attend this impor ,servation office. cratic nominees "from the courthouse
was: 510, and at ,the school end 'Jeannie Cannon, Theresa tant meeting," Baker said,. add-.]I Mr. Robinson with his wife I to the White House" in ,
the enrollment was 488. ing that Howard W e i and their five sons moved into the November general election.In .
Humphreys, Sadie Brunk, Cherie
Beach Beach will guest I I the North Pine the resolution
Flagler school opened Ralph, Sarita Bradley, Elouise Flagler be Magee 'house on adopting
with 114 pupils registering' as I speaker. I I Street. committee members said thereis
McClure, Gloria Martucci, Opal __ _______ ________
compared with 121 on opening At a recent \meeting of the no desire on their part to deprive -
Craig, Wllda Hargett and Millie |
day last year. Total enrollment I board of directors, a plan to establish i I any individual of freedom

at .the end of school was 123.. McCoy. a "credit; bureau" here I'I'I !Joe Trad Winter of expression. However, they 1.

Carver school: also opened was proposed, ,8nd., ..the plan will I feel that the best interests of ..
Tuesday morning, with 383 puT :- I be submitted to the association Resident Passed the people of Florida and all A ..c
Funeral for Mrs. -
>ite' registering, Opening day membership tonight. I other Southern States can best

last year there was 379 and atthe 1 There are_ to'be reports from be served by.the Democratic .

close of school it .was the Ressie Whitaker I1 several ,committees, and discussion )'Away Recently Party Leaders and they urge all .

same. of the annual Christmas I I members of the Democratic'Party

t" ..... Next :Monday, September .5, j Held Saturday i project. Refreshments, will be I I Joe Trad brother of Louis j j:'I' to support all Party Nomi "
all schools of the county will !served.Season's. Trad of Bunnell, died in a Milwaukee nees. :

be closed for the Labor Day 'I Funeral services for Mrs.. Res- 1!a i II Wisconsin hospital on I I. A discussion ..of the platform i
day Mr.. Holland teri HOI-I'I sie Whitaker / of San. Mateo, Schedule 1 l August 20 following on illnessof adopted at the Democratic Na -,
short duration. He suffered tional Convention was held..
former resident of Flagler Coun a,1 I
T.F.W.' Sponsors> I I ty, was 'held at 10 o'clock, Satur- I Bunnell Bulldogs II I cerebral hemorrage four days Committee members attendingthe i
before he passed away. Mr. and meeting said they were not j
day morning from the Johnson- '
Sept. 16 Cresceat City Home" 1 f.[Mrs. Trad were at the bedside in full accord with all phases '
Kart :Races Next Davis Chapel in Palatka, Interment I i /
when he died. of the did not '
followed at the Espanola Sept. 23 DunneU There platform. They :
,!I I Cemetery here. I Sept. 30 St. JoeJ There I I Mr. Trad, a resident of Mil. ,, endorse the platform.A J.;
Sunday '
: Afternoon
! II I Mrs. Whitaker was the widow 1 Oct. 7 Baldwin' There waukee for many years, had :I" committee composed ..of -.' ..'

.' 'Veteranao, !;'Foreign! Wars ,Post of the late H, R. 'Whitaker who Oct. 14 D & B Home spent the past several winters George Moody, Sr.., Jack Clegg, ,

b 5213 will sfi.!' .8r.Kart,, ,,Races ont I'I resided, inFlagler' County for a t Oct. 21 LymcmThere i 1 I[here with the Trad family and i I Steve Cyzycki, Harold Emery, <

Sunday. Sep"mbe '4, at the number of years. He had served i Oct. 28 Father Lopez, at Flagler..' Beach. He was mak- Sara Martel, JL* Gage,' and .

I Bunnell .Airport: : ,,,Post I as Bunnell Palioe i'Chlef.and alsorasSherlff (Homecomiag.) ,.. BOIl1J' ing plans to move here this Eula Fuller will,meet at.the i
-- :,'er \tf:" 'mmand-I, :,ofTfiiter: County. She NoTr4* Ptersoa ** "* --." ",- Winter to'.reside;; 1je.,..vas. 69 years I'I M -B.- Fuller.home Friday night .,- :..'.;
k The',races"',W1U begin had resided in San Mateo .for Nov. 11 Hastings ', Home'I of age *"* .F- at 7:30 to plan for the cam-

clock and will have Class A. B,1f the past 11. years She was 68 Nov. 18 Newberry" Home The''Rosary was read on AUgust I paign. Party :nominees, other j

f and';'C,, running the afternoon I years of. age. She passed, away J ,| 23, and Funeral Mass was J I members 'of the committee and j

program., Several _local .kart Thursday following an illnessof said on August 24., Interment the Democratic Party'interested
. racers I :will entere the different several weeks. I To Enforce :f;':, I followed at the Holy Cross Cemetery I in .assisting in the campaign

, classes., .Mr. Hunter said. Survivors include two daughters in Milwaukee. : plans are invited to meet with
J. .. Mrs. S. J.' Tilton and'Mrs. I Speed Limit Survivors include three brothers the committee Friday night.

f Park Are I Jewel Deen, both of San Mateo. Louis Trad of Bunnell, Committee Secretary Eula Ful

Lights Also surviving 'are five grandchildren I In School Zone George Trad of Parsons, Kansas, ler said. '
.: and at and Sam Trad of Milwaukee.
fpur gr -grand-
: For, Parking Only children. Police Chief Wilfred Hunter Also surviving are eight nieces Executive Board'

' Says 1959 .Law II said today the City Police Department and seven nephews. I :

is asking all those ,
Rotary Club To i Of
Park, lights 1 are good for just! driving in, the school zones dur ,:Baptist Church I Bunnell PTA

what the word says under the Hear McNab ing.school hours to drive. carefully .
r control knob on the instrument I Today and observe speed limits. !! To Observe Family I Meeting TonightThe

w panel of your automobile-for I Guest speaker at the Rotary Mr.. Hunter said now that I

: parking. J Club Luncheon today will be. R. school is in session we are .ask-I I Bunnell Parent-Teacher
., A 1969 legislative act outlaw L. McNab, mayor of Flagler' lug the public to Day SundayThe Association Executive Board will
!, ,ed the, use of park lights as a .I the measure by
I safety
Beach,, publicity chairman
observ-I First Baptist Church of meet tonight (Thursday) in the
r' substitute for headlights during the 15 mile speed ll
Raphael Sturraan said today. Mr. ing Bunnell will:observe Family Day .office of Principal James O.
such time as twilight,hours,'during J will all school zones., The .15 ,mile
McNab speak on the Past
1 next Sunday at the morning Craig at the school building.
a rain, fog or when driving Present, and Future of Flagler : per hour In all .school zones of worship service, the pastor, Rev. School Secretary :Myrna Knight
In smoke Beach. the City will be enforced, during
Thomas Pinner said today. said the meeting has been
Motorists' are required to usetie !tri. Sturman said this is the school hours. Special attention will be givento called for 7:30.
beam (dims) at all
: lower second. of a. series! of public Information the importance of the familyin Mrs. George Clegg, president,
the twilight hours
1'l times during programs of Flagler Boat Registration the life and program of the of the P.-T. A., has announced /
and dark and
,. (between County. The ,Club meeting" will Church. A dedication of infants plans for holding four night
. daylight and sunup: ), _and durIRe' be at 12:30 at the dining room Deadline Is Today will precede the morning sermon meetings of the association dur-

, tog rain, or :smoke. of the Masonic Temple Commercial boat owners grace entitled, "The Busy Father ing the year. The first of these
f The:,law:. also:says that a driver -
dim 'hs lights when period expired September 1 (to- Who Had Time to Pray, Rev. meetings will be held on Tues

I. t approaehlRC mvet .another: ,vehicle, Paving Around day) to register their boats_ the Pinner continued.. day evening, September r 13, at
: State Board of Conservation said. seven thirty,
normal of
I', I\IIkt.thM riftC .the'driving:and that this Tha Civic-Genter After 'today, owners with old licenses Burnsed-and. CarleWin Mrs. Clegg said plans are underway --
; to make these outstand
will be subject to fine. *
,done when the cars
f't fhtttM be Crews were at; work todayon Old licenses expired July 30, ing programs and It is hoped

.. .: aft SOO,auxWaty, .feet _apart.Tests with the preliminary .preparation for and the department ,has allowed Scholarships that parents will makesPecial
AU paving the circle around Lake two months for renewal. efforts to attend each meeting.;-
I of those: required fornormal To Lees 1oRae
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exception -, .
Lucille and around the civic License supervisor O. B. Clark ,
operatlota-9UcI\ as fog t
\ HftM*. Mould '** turned off center: building.Equalizing. .... 'j saidabout 10,000 commercialboat Jim' Burnsed and Arthur Carle .v. F. W. Post WillSpoiler ., ;
have been for Banner
' :: -*-ly when approaching registrations left Sunday morning I
--; '\ "WI"'C: trsM the'' law says Boards handled in the Tallahassee office Elk, North Carolina, where they Stanley.,
He said another 5- freshman
to date. will enter their year
000 are expected within the next at Lees McRae College. "
;t !;:;ZILLER LEASES Meetings ScheduledThe Brothers Show .
few weeks to equal the nearly Jim Is the son of Mr. and Mrs.

; 'SERVICE.STA1ION.: Beard of County CouunksIoners 15,000 registered ,last year. All Bill Eurnsed of Bunnell and Ar- V. F.. W. Post Commander Wil

\;. 'MrtU. teller Has purchased will meet at 9 o'clockday boats used in fishing commer.. thur Is the son of Mr. and Mrs.- fred Hunter announced today

t a'> .tfc* Ion tt.,and equipment of theft .Mo morning as an equalizing ;, dally in salt ,water, including Ray Carle' also of Bunnell. the post is sponsoring the :"Stan

z.:: ** .OU :3ervkje Station, Highway board with Tax AssessorD. rental boats and, hire. boats, Both young men won scholar. ley*Bros. Show" here on.,September ;
t -'.}= 1 and Moody. ,BivcL. fromXewy .'D. Moody, and complaints of must be registered. ships paying a portion of their 8, at the Community Center.:

;' ",,: WcMkfd who has:operated taxpayers concerning property Applications should be made attendance .fees, through their The show Is a hillbilly show ;

: It fer the\I** ***r miMl a haU- nnnQMmcntrc 'wilt be heard. I direct to Tallahassee :on forms athletic activities in Bunnell, of music; comedy and dancing,

"- ; MtWIir aMmed management. Then on Tuesday+ 'night at 7:30 provided by the Conservation High Seh eL which is a tv show from Jack-

:-.-':: 'of, j. 'xatfea. ''Ti* day of this the city commteskmers will hoW I Department Depending upon The young men were accom- sonvile each Saturday afternoon.A .
,j :a meetiar on equalization oCproperty boat size, rates range from $L30 .deal to Banner J2Ik by Mr. small admission charge will

..;,'....,'Mr*. .Bfthftfli.plan to ; aMewmeiits later eon* for a 20 foot boat,,to $17-30 fee and .Mis. Bumsed who will return be made and the public is invited .
t :: x > .to Ifceir fowr. home laMb. I tailing asa icfrtatly Selidisled a.HO.Eoetere mats Including this week after a short vacation to attend. The show beginsat

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: Junior Woman's. Club I j i New Director cj For Soil .
[It. Enrollment ,at Businessmen. County :DemoCommittee
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Host To New i i Conservation ServiceT.

zf t :..,.< Schools Shows Resident Saturday Meet TonightIn W.. Robinson, director of the OK's

'I I I Flagler Soil Conserva
:: Little, Change I The Junior Woman's Club was Civic Center tion Service, has moved his fam Nominees
1 Party !
r'.. I host to new residents of Flagler I i I ily here and assumed the duties j
. County last Saturday at: the "
; "[, .Flagler County Public Schools The Bunnell.Businessmen's Association of the .office on August 23. 'Mr. Members of the Flagler County ,!
home of Mrs. Joy Coffee I'
; ; Tuesday morning withrvT I will hold its quaterly I i Robinson succeeds' Alton Harris I II Democratic Executive Committee .".
donuts were served to the
t'oPened_ ,, .1011<< pupils registering in the club members and guests on meeting at.the civic center building -I who served In that capacity for voted at a meeting last :.
/-' three schools, 'Supi.. Z., D. Holland -' the: patio. tonight (Thursday) at 8 0'-1 I eight years, Thursday evening at the court
{ said today. Those included clock, Leo Baker publicity committeeman Mr. Robinson moved. here house to adopt a resolution giving 'r'
present, : Mary
,S. .Bunn lf school enrollment was announced. from Callahan, Florida, wherehe the committee's endorsementand :-J
Alice Lee Crews Lorna I
; JoAnn ,
S14>pupils registered. ,Registration Laura "All members and their wives. had served with the Soil Conservation all out support to all Democratic -
,Galloway, Reynolds, Jo- '
h last to attend this nominees "from the courthouse
year on opening day are urged impor office.
Ann Wardeen1'
Peavy ,
{ Spivey
\: wasp 510, and at the school end Cannon tant meeting," Baker said,, add j Mr. Robinson with his wife to the White -House" in .:
Jeannie Theresa
t.;fr.. the .enrollment was 488. ( Sadie Brunk ing that Howard W seha pt. of rand their five sons moved into the November general election.
Humphreys, Cherie
Flagler Beach school opened 'I Ralph, 'Sarita Bradley, Elouise Flagler Beach will be guest the Magee 'house on North PineI I In adopting the resolution .1
,with 114 pupils registering as I McClure, Gloria Martucci, Opal speaker. I I StreetJoe committee members said thereis
compared with 121 on Opening At a recent 'meeting of the. no desire on their part to de. .
Craig, Wilda Hargett and Millie
day:last year. Total Enrollmentat McCoy. I I board of directors, a plan to establish I'' I prive any individual of freedom '

.the.end of school'was' 123.. a "credit bureau" here I Trad Winter of expression. However, they r
I. Carver school also opened I was proposed, and the plan will feel that the best interests of ;

'. Tuesday morning with 383 pu- !t be submitted to the association Resident Passed the people of Florida and all ,;
Funeral for Mrs.
r.:.' 'pils' registering, Opening day t membership tonight other Southern States,can best

", last,year there, was :379 and at 'i j There are. to be reports from be served by ,the Democratic J

.the close, ,of school It was the Ressie Whitaker several committees, and discussion I Away Recently Party Leaders and they urge all

same. I -.of the, annual Christmas members of the Democratic Party <,

t Next Monday, September ::5, Saturday j I project. Refreshments will be I Joe Trad brother of Louis j i''I to: support all Party Nominees. 1
all "schools >of the county will Held !served., Trad of Bunnell, died In a Milwaukee .

be closed for the Labor Day Hol I f Wisconsin hospital on A discussion .,of the platform
." Funeral services for Mrs. Bessie I.
iday, :Mr... Holland reminded. I Whitaker of 'San Mateo Season's Schedule 1!August 20 following on illness .adopted at the Democratic National "_
I of short duration. He suffered aj I Convention was held.
former resident of Flagler Coun I I .
V. F. W. SponsorsKart I ty, was held at 10 o'clock Saturday Bunnell Bulldogs 11 cerebral hemorrage four days Committee members attending '
morning from, the Johnson. before he passed away. Mr. and the meeting said they were not '"

:Races Next Davis Chapel In Palatka. ,Interment Sept. 16 CrescenJ City Home{l.Mrs. Tad were at the bedside in full accord with all phases ,/
when he died. of the did not
followed at the Sept. 23 Duaaell There platform. They

; Sunday AfternoonS ,f i Cemetery here. .Espanola I Sept. 90 SL Joel} ., There Mr. Trad, a resident of Milwaukee endorse the platform.A ;:.
t I Mrs.: Whitaker was the widowof 1 Oct. 7 Baldwin There for many years, had committee composed.of ''

\ eteHU8ot., Foreign Wars Post the late H, R. Whitaker whoresided Oct. 14 D & B Home J spent the past several winters I George Moody, Sr., Jack Clegg,
t ; "521&vwill ayonior, Kart ,Races ont in Flagler County' for a Oct. 21 Lyman There there with the Trad family and I Steve Cyzycki, Harold Emery,
S Siindaygcp cmber 4, at ,the number of years. He had servedas i j Oct. 28 Father. Lopez; Home I at Flagler Beach. He was making Sara Martel, L,Ir Gage,' and

Bunnell>Akp<< .,wM yw ..,. -!erWilfre d ...,ej'.fd. today -asSheriff: ':fof. *|J3er County. She Nov':--4' -P1erscn" .' .' '>< : T ere winter to restdej,. |a,was9. years .M B-.Fuller.hopie. Friday night .' :i
The'.races\Wi11 begin at 1 0''. had resided in. San Mateo for I Nov. 11 Hastings 'HbineNOT. of age. ** at 7:30 to, plan for the cam- < f i

clock and will have Class A. B, the past 11 years. She was 68 ., 18 Newberry Home :The "Rosary was read on Au- paign. Party nominees, other is
i and- 'C,', running. the afternoon II years of age. She, passed away 1 t i, gust 23, and Funeral Mass was I members of the committee' and ;I i

progkm. Several ,local kart Thursday following ;an illnessof I.said on August 24., Interment the Democratic Party Interested !
l S racers.;will eritere the different several weeks. To Enforce : followed at the Holy Cross Cemetery assisting in the campaign !

.. classes, ,Mr. Hunter said. Survivors 'include two daughters in Milwaukee plans are invited to meet with '
.'. -- I ,I Ij i Mrs. S. J.- Tilton and*-Mrs. Speed LimitIn Survivors include three broth, the committee Friday night.

j i Park Lights Are I Jewel Deen, both pi San Mateo. ers, Louis Trad of Bunnell, Committee Secretary Eula .Fuller -
I Also .surviving are five grandchildren School ZonePolice I George Trad of Parsons, Kansas, said.
I I and and .Sam Trad of Milwaukee.
: fpur great-grand
: For Parking Only children.y. ; Chief Wilfred Hunter I.Also surviving are eight nieces Executive Board

1959 c law said today the City Police De I I I and seven nephews. '!, !
... Says i '
Club To partment is asking all those I 'I
Rotary I' Of
S .Park, lights are good for: just I II ', driving in the school zones during Church Bunnell PTA I

what !the word says under the j'jHear McNab .school hours to drive carefully !j Baptist j
,; control ,knob on the instrument Today and' observe'speed limits. !: Meeting Tonight
To Observe Family I I, I
:; panel of your !I-I Guest speaker at the Rotary Mr. Hunter said now that j

parking.A 'I:Club''Luncheon\; today will' be R. school is in session we are ask i I I The Bunnell Parent-Teacher I
: :,,1959 ,legislative act outlaw ,i L. McNab, mayor of Flagler ling the public to co-operate in Day Sunday Association Executive Board will i
I Iir'
!.. ed the. use of, park lights as a I II Beach,, publicity chairman i safety measure by observ'I'I 'The First Baptist Church of meet tonight (Thursday) in the I
,substitute for headlights during Raphael Sturman said today. Mr. ing the 15 mile .speed Bunnell will:observe Family Day office of Principal James O. ;
such time as twilight hours/durf ]r will J all school zones. The .15 mile
McNab speak on the Past, next Sunday at the morning Craig at the school building. i
_' ing a rain, ,fog or when drivingin Present, and Future of per hour: in all .school zones of service
Flagler worship the pastor, Rev. School Secretary Myrna Knight I
:smoke. Beach. the City will be enforced during Thomas Pithier said today. said the meeting has been I
t'M J r tir are required to use )dr. Sturman, said this is the school hours. Special attention will be givento called for 7:30. i
(dims) at all
'the lower second of a. series of public In the importance of the familyin Mrs. George Clegg, president,
\ tlm-es- i g.tfi twilight formation programs of Flagler Boat Registration the, life and program of the of the P.-T. A., has announced'
,dusk and dark and
.' (between County. The.Club"'meeting will Church. A dedication of Infants plans for holding four night'
daylight 'and sunup),. .and dur; be at' 12:30 'at the, Deadline Is Today
dining room will precede the morning ser- meetings of the association during
Inc, ,fog, rain, .or :smoke.Tae that of the Masonic Temple,, Commercial boat owners grace mon entitled, "The Busy Father the year. The first of these
l&o.s, ys p driver
r-- HHttt'law' ::dim "his lights when: period expired September 1 (to. Who Had Time ,to Pray," Rev. meetings will be held pn-Tues

'f.\- 'approaching Bother ,vehicle Paving Around day), to register their boats, the Pinnef continued.Burnsedand. day evening, September 13, at
'-.:. State Board of Conservation said. seven thirty
normal' course of .
i' 'the
daring 'dHyteg and that this TheCivic.Center After today owners with old licenses CarleWin Mrs. Clegg said plans are underway

fi: J s&eul-d ght-time be ,done: when the cars I will be subject to fine. to make these outstand
t:.. feet apart. Crews, were at work todayon Old licenses expired July 30, Scholarships ing programs and it is hoped

t are 500 auxiliary, > lights with. the 'preliminary preparation for and the department has allowed that parents will make special
: : x All paving the. drde' around Lake two months for renewal. efforts to attend each meeting:
f exception: '.of. these. required for To Lees-.McRae ,
: Lucille and around the civic License supervisor O. B. Clarks 4
as foglights
;: normal center' building. id -about 10,000 commercialboat Jim and Arthur Carle SV.
,. should, be, turned offcompletely Burnsed F.W. Post Will,"
Fz I" "' when approaching; registrations have been left Sunday morning for Banner .
=i handled in the Tallahassee office Elk, North Carolina where they
'J' oncoming traffic.. the law says, ; Equalizing Boards Spo[sor Stanley
.. I to date. He said (another 5- will enter' their freshman year
: :. '
LEASES I Meetings Scheduled 000 are expected within the next at Lees-McRae College. Brothers' Show :
; ,ZELLER I few weeks, to equal the nearly Jim Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. '

;, SERVICE.STA-rION The Board of County Commissioners 15,000 registered last year. All Bill Burnsed of Bunnell and Arthur I V. F. W. Post Commander Wil

:' '-;. Eddie. ,Zelter Jks purchased I' will meet at 9 o'clockMOnday boats used in fishing commercially is the son of Mr. and Mrs. fred Hunter announced.' today
iL-:' ; tiu tease :and equipment of the I morning as .an equalizing ;, In salt water Including Ray Carle also of BunnelL: the post is sponsoring the "Stanley .

L-A:, Pare ,Oil 'Service',Station. .Highway .board with Tax Assessor rental 'boats and hire, boats, Both young men won scholar I Bros. Show" here onSeptember ,. -
Ka-' :- 1, and Moody ,Blvd.. from D.. D Moody and complaints of must be registered. ships. paying a portion of their i 8, at the Community Center.' o.
',r 'H_;Richard: who has operated taxpayers concerning property Applications should be made attendance tees, through their : The show Is a hillbilly show

',:':.'. Ufnrh, >?" Jr BASt: year, ** nd. a _half.1i assessments will be' heard. ,I direct to Tallahassee on forms athletic activities in Bunnell. 'of music; comedy' and dancing, ":I
K '- ': Teller assumed'aanagemento Then on Tuesday night at 7:30: provided, by the :Conservation High School which is a tv show from Jack-

'E: ;:' W :stotten Tay of this the city commiwrfeners will'holda I Department. Depending upon The ,young men were accompanied sonvile each Saturday afternOon.A .

.. : we k. 'I, meeting on equalization of )boat size, rates range! from $1-30 ,to Banner .Plk by Mr. small admission charge. will
:r' .: '**d Mrs.. -RM,plan tot property, assessments, later eona for a, 20 foot boat"Jo '$17.30 for and )ks. Burnsed who will re- be made and the public la Invited
.. II'" ."""" .tioir' foiPiwC'. here ischrn I II tiBitia<< a vegiterly steed !I a 109-footer; meawMements including him 'tMs week after a short vacation to attend. The show beginsat

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' i::, .PAGE TWO ,.THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA. Thursday, Sept.' 1, 1960

' F I.have. discovered. .the Devils i1- --of 1 their government-- on the other,j'I bartered puritive reskictions' on 1'I I I d other Presi'den ah.. electiozr

"It usurpation of state pewers by t which ed.j
the federal government.The I I minority racial groups. It's all !i
,!' 'tJ. Is That's what of the South[there, in party platforms of this .
>i---, : above statement an excerpt r we I II I "'-,,;% ,
.-:" .5.'-, :: from a"(i00-word telegram i iI have: been saying long and I - .

";;':J;', { I to Congress, all of it couched in j loudly, and with small avail, as

-r; ,. the Same' vein and signed by j i all of these men, Rockefeller, INSIRE-Stiy loured & Rest AssuresGET .

.- I other than Governor Nelson j j Harriman, Dewey' and Lehman II :

.!J::t.!"..-. Rockefeller of New York, and i'openly allied themselves with THE BEST ,PROTECTION FROM _
former New York Governors W. groups intent upon stripping '
: .
:. Averill Harriman Thomas the Southern States of their Constitutionally "J

.r'I::':-...\ Dewey and .Herbert H. Le E.I conferred rights.In H. T. COOK AGENCY ',

"'" i the case of thre of them,
-;.'. 1>- I It sill ,comes about over an ef.f candidates'for the Presidency Citizens lank BIdg. Bunnell Florida, .: I
>> A.s. (Syd): Herlcmg, I fort, of Chairman Emanuel Cel- I of the United .States, they: openly .
.. ler of the House Judiciary_Committee I
: <. C ngreMmcnl. Fifth. District to instigate criminal prosecution 1 1

"J. fL-'. '(.... "We are therefore faced' with. gress against for comptempt state officers of ConJ(n J I:r I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY' e"r If I

'assertion of federal to
,:. :, an, power this case New York and New l
'? : ,:. control agencies state which and would municipal wrench. Jersey); for refusing on the ad-1 i I .
;4tF ,' vice of the Governors of the two I
'4.Lft. bur system of government from'i if States, to provide certain requested AUTO SERVICEMcDANIEL'S BUILDING SUPPLIES FLOOR COVERING ., >,.,-
,:.: t\I' its established foundations."
material concerning the I WICKLINE
Tilecraft Company*
affairs of the Port: of New York
is ,not from --
This statement
: an I Service Station YOU""'
,; .' Authority. Building Supplies "LET US FLOOR '
< embattled Southern Governor or. .
"f" \' I Without going into the meritsof CEMENT: CEMENT BLOCKS Armstrong & Kentile
-;, :\ Member of Congress, although i STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS -
-:",;;:"' it,has the familiar Southern ac I the controversy, except to reaffirm -! Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs STEEL. All Sold Work and Guaranteed

:!;<'. cent On the.contrary, it comes I the my strong of the convictionthat states Bunnell ID 7.7119 Flagler Beach HE 9.2254 I Ormond Beach OR 7-318!
York where j rights
v. from New belatdely,
,: the powers that be .and wereCLASSIFIED must be defended, at all costs Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOriLUBRICATION I FURNITURE
: against incursions ,by the Federal I
:" ::'i" : ,_ Government, I find much tomarvel Ormond Bedding and

at in this sudden GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen BUNNELL CLEANERS Furniture Co.

' ,; awakening of the States of New 7 A.M.-10 P.M..-7 Days .EVERY CLEANING x r Substantial DEDS-SOF FUIUflTUHB Discounts on All

Jersey and New York to 'the State&Lambert US 1-ID' 7-7190 SERVICEOpen $10 Tradeln Covers Down Payment"
perils facing their precious Dally S to 6 I R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner

> ADS I states' rights. Colonial Service StationEARL CLOSED Phone THURSDAY ID 7-318S NOON 69 Granada, Ormond Deb. OR 7-641

_ : ': JAftlngm under 'this heading are I I Here's another excerpt from E. RICE. Proprietor 115 N. Bay St. gunnel GARDEN SHOPGray's

. 75 rents la minimum charge Garden Center,
'is" "The subpoena at issue appeared I TUNE-UP CONCRETE PRODUCTS
." FOR SALE-Bug Kart ,fully to us and our. legal advisors I GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES Headquarters Ceramics for Gardening Need*
Gifts. Dry Arrangement
: racing equipped, raced one time. to constitute a novel in.trusion U.S. HIWAT 1 BUNNELL Your "Q" For ConcreteDial Materials
-. Price 23500. California White by the Federal: Government Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizer

:Rabbits 200., Ray Carle, phone into areas reserved by the GET YOUR GOBOYand CL 3-8113_ TORO LAWN MOWERS

::: ID-73218. 9.1-ltpy Constitution to our respective make Carts with McCullock, DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's 147 Tomoka Avenue ORMOND-Ph. OR 7-051J

:: states and to constitute a precedent West Bend, or Clinton Engines. /
< FOR SALE OR TRADE-(1) 20. which could subject various Tires: and Cart accessories at Concrete, Inc. HARDWARE
i;t foot cubic G.E. Deep Freeze. CORBETTS"
agencies of state government Bunnell Farmers Supply.Co.
1.8 2tc
Phone ID 7-3392.
the nation
t. .-. WANTED-.-A good used type be similarly answerable 'to fed., Bunnell Tel. ID 7.7123 I Agricultural Industrial Equipment

.; writer, preferably :a portable.k eral authority. Hall's Atlantic StationJack Anderson Drug Store Bars A Shapes STEEL Hot & Cold Rolled
h",':, ,Contact.Mr4C.'\H. Gordon. fr>.7- There has thus been precipi Black&Galvanized Pipe & Fitting
tated a clash between the Con Hall, Proprietor Prescriptions ,REPAIRS
1 p
:,::: 3453. ( Sept. -ltpJ Sick ;ifcoojh Supplies1Sundries 41YN. jrpR. .
gress on the one hand ,and the GASOILS.UBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccessories T- DEEM RD. Phone I** 7314S
Be Independent Sell Rawleigh Constitutional rights of the peo -
Products in Flagler County. See ROAD SERVICE THAT FAMOUS PAINT
ple of the states to administer BUNNELL
; Frank Massey: PO Box 74, An. --- BUNNELL TeL ID 7-3652 Exclusively at

,;r ;'. thony or write today. Rawleigh's FREE PAINTOne i Moody's PharmacyFlagler FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE

'l"-1'" Dept FAI-360.5, Memphis, Tenn. extra gallon of your choice Sullivan's Gulf Service County' Corner Drug Store. IJtv.Jlj
1'. Sept 1-15-29-3tp ,
Flagler Beach HE 9.2103

constructed home. furnished. Also etltlnlt."oplac Canter 'Specializing Information in Service and FOUNTAIN SERVICE Village Hardware Center
fr builtin garage close to school Clean Reat ..Rooms"In -
ti-- BunaelL Flo. Phone ID 7-3661 HOUSE PAINTS
The Heart of Flagter Beach
arid shopping district. .For in
and mix any color
'. formation call ID 7.3303 after 5 AUTO REPAIRS ORMOND PRESCRIPTION Builder's
All. KW466 Gc PEOpIzIrRE Supplies .Kitchenwme
.".:::i"-! ,: P.M. Sept. 1-tf PHARMACYSick GIFTS GREETING CARDS

:t: Shield Service Station Room Supplies Sundries AlA Ormond Beach CL 20420
: :, FOR SALE- 2, bedroom furnished -
;' >:': house with garage. Located Arcadlus HabeL Mechanic 24-Hour Prescription Service
/:; : on 100x100. ft. lot close .i.n. 405Deen Free Delivery in Flagler Beach
", Right Now We'll Overhaul and Rt. AlA 1 mL North of
.1 w' Road. Contact owners on Repair Tour Power MowerNo ORMOND BEACH-TeL OR 7-1661 O. F. BEACH
i:, premises.. 8-25-2tp Job Too Big Or Too Small Jeweler
""c'_. 111 No. Bay St.. Bunnell Thompson PharmacyYour Elgin, Watches-Diamonds
FOR RENT-on the ocean .nicely "
68i81KdSEiBii6 Wealth Gilts
EDGAR'S GARAGE Health Is Exceptional -
furnished 'bedroom ;
apart. Put YourPBESCBIPTIOHS Watch Repairs-Engraving
: ment. Living room,. all electric 24-Hour Towing Service _
4& .W. Granada Ormoad BeathOR .
kitchen, tile bath and private COMPLETE AUTO REPAID In Our Hands 7-2384
entrance. Utilities included Automatic- Transmission ServiceWheel -
$70 urmond Drags A. Prescription Stop '
h- per month,:Flagler Manor, phone Balancing Alignment:-Front End .1'141 W..Granada-Orraond 7-1421 PAINTING CONTRACTOR
-'' HE 92082. 8-25-tf 24O Granada Ormnd-OR T-O893
Flagler Beach Sundries R. MoodyYMNTING

inch,vise, baby crib" souix,valve ,wiot sto> wicu. HILLHYDROMATIC 9EALTE3T ICE CREAM I

grinder drttl.. Call, ID 7-3664. SERVICE SCHOOL SUPPLIES
8.25-2tp 1 ,Phone ID 7-3240
: Repairing.:.-Rebuilding
-- Notions-Souvenirs BUNNELL FLORIDA
SEPTIC TANK. --cleaning..reasonable .' Central Flvrida' tint aveelaMato In

r : rates. George Jar sz, Phone AUTOMATIC 1239 Rldgewood TRANS Holly Hill GILL DRUG COMPANY HAPIO-TELEVISION
x 'OR'7-1381
ID 73410. 6-16-12-8-tp
\ JB6T ARRIVEDl BAR AND PACKAGE STGBB I Ate Sales & Installations

New 'Meled lr nd' Spinet Pianos FLAGLER BEACH' Sick Sundries' Authorized Sales RCA VictorWe

i $446.00, Easy Terms. Thompson r HOTEL BAR Ream. Supplies repair all other TV AIUdl.Nt.
10 W. Granatfa Ave. Ormond Beack .
Mtt&k: eoi'Yo1u.ia Ave, Daytona OR 'f- >>8 1370 Ocean Blvd AlA 1:
BM k. ;,CL '28215. "The Meeting Placeof Ormoad Beach OH.7-2352
April _7-tf'. Jitl.J I :, jtglrr Brtli41NNFL8il1 Flagler County"" FLORISTS
"lfur ... Yvoaae Serrtog"BAMBOO .
.FOR SALE--Tee ideal lots.on A BUcks JftJJ1SEBY I
Flower Shop
North .Meofe:; St..close to school, Wagon Wheel Nursery i
BAR Jb 2
: blocks west of Rafroad'onMoody.
paved street in' town ..needs.(no MRS..M. Bl FULLER BdKerl LOUNGE Shade Trees. Potted Plants
filling. Really. ,to' build- on: CoyG. --- ;,tum right on Forsythe Shrubs .

Harris., 1-21-tf Dn'_ e..1. MeaUt 099 Wader Hew Management .Fleweei for All OCt... 1.000 plants free; one with every
N.'a .f ......* Come In and Get Acquainted dollar you apend. Thousands of t
+r In.
Bunnell Phone ID. 7-3343 vanities at reduced prices. Best
'MaaWpoHtl** berry 0eMa Blvd AlA ngIw....1 town.
30wqUN'SFLAGLZR : Gouty add!, the State .( Fl..... I 348 S. U 8. I "II.,... Ormond Beach j jTllAVEL 1

LCTTS, HOMES,,:OCEAN FRONT. Sat.r.d as ....NF.hs..W ...... ....... HAftRISBOTTLE BOTTLE. GAS


,. '. ACWBAGE ',at .......! .,......,--.r net .. I couxrr ONLY PHILLIPS. 66 GAS. Jb OILS TRAVEL AGENCY, Inc. !
-r fee M V&fll AA&A&A ... D Bv in the County onFwi Air Bus & Steamship ,Tickets!
,W.**. *** T" *** "HiWID nee a'c' J. I BOMC: OWMSD GAS COWY Tours World Wide 1
and Cruises
OIl, Kerosene Tractor; Fuel
Ol ej'Js. i ..HEt-.2\\ I PHONE ID 73BRLlagiir Domestic Airline Tickets Always
., RMt .I"lI". .. ., 7-3W1 Ale yaar.-------: -1fai1.'x If .... CotfrtY GreW Gasoline \ Available at no Extra Charge

P*". '. &e ID 7-3KL7: I ........ I By JiiioiipiBg lit .... L L 1 N. ,.H..SI. 7-Wlf Next to Coquina 7-5252 Barn OrmondOR
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?? ONE WITH $5.00 OR -

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... ..McKENZIES; 24 OZ.' BAGI" :.'.'..'f "}':: !' U.S. FANCYBARTLETT -. ,-a: .
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PAGE'FOUR .. > ':,- .:.. .' 0> _'.=THE...FLAGLER. TRIBUNE.- BUNNELL,.,._FLORID __;:, ..; '0>'. : Thursday, S 'pt.> ''')';,;; 1..960 Ri ,'Ii h
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!'-- -': : :: :.- ,:-.-#-. -...... .-'" :' :- ..;;- ..,"'. ,...._-.- GUEST PASTOR ,AT .,: COMMUNITY MEMOMAlT" *'Y':/.: '- / : '" -,"'- ''''''e, ,:: : ;

>:,:4(7i; /)' in ,:< ..:: -, METHODiST CHURCH CHURCH NEWS 1 I
The pulpit of the Methodist The I
Annual Sunday School t'
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; :: JajLer :' .- Church will be supplied by Rev. Picnic of the Community Memorial ,
'' Van Der Maaten during September Church was J
.: -, .-.LUNA BABBITT '. .. while Rev. Reynold Hoover, Tuesday at the Tomoka t
...1. : regular minister, is away on Park with about 60 tt
Telephone. 'KErIoek9.2e98 f
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: three
... vacation. Having tending. The usual' ,
years ago after being a Presbyterian enjoyed consisting of tt I
.L; PROCLAMATION membership chairman,>Mrs.. V. his I
II. j I minister for 48 years potato chips, cookies ,! !
.' I W. Haines, urges any:person de work has included officiating as ,,balloons I Ii It
,I WHEREAS, our Public School1 ;. gum ;and plenty t
f siring membership:: to please '
superintendent the Southeast. drinks.
most of
System is one of the important i
.functions of; our local I contact her right away, so their em Presbyterian Assembly for I 'The ladies of the I
and State Government, and name can be presented at the 16 years, and joining the Ocean Guild are to start :
J WHEREAS, each citizen 'should first meeting. Transport Service during World spaghetti supper' on'. I It

.. be' earnestly desirous .of the I BAPTIST CHURCHANNOUNCEMENTS War One, making 18 trips. across. September 1, at 6 o'clock t
best functioning of! our' schools ; the Atlantic Ocean. church. This special.
and that the parents of our children He also taught Bible In Missouri ing planned to raise :
:should seriously and .conscientiously Rev Millard Brock pastor of for five years. *The publicis the_ new' Fellowship Hall 1
assist in the wet; I the First Baptist Church in Bre- invited to attend the servicesof is being added' to the
fare. of our schools, and I yard, N. c., has accepted an invitation the church and meet Rev. Van Rev. R. W. Dickert- '
WHEREAS, our parents shouldassist 1 j I to conduct the services: Der Maaten. that his subject for the
:. the'teachers of our schools 1 j 1 Jin the Baptist Church here next Church school begins 'at ;.930; worship.service next 7)L
in whatever proper method, is*[Sunday. and church service begins :at will be'"Why God I
necessary for the good conduct j]r Rev. Brock has visited this 10:30 each, Sunday at the Wom.. Cain." ; '
t of our schools and, i,church each year for three years an's Club building. -
WHEREAS, the Parent-Teacher 1 I and conducted one service herein Mr: arid Mrs. i'B..,,
Assciation ,is the most logical ]f July while vacationing in the I CHANGE IN TIME son David from Winter -
and should be 'the most vital r M.A. Mull cottage. There wilf FOR MASS spent Sunday here
organization to aid in_the,wel. II be special music by the,choir, Rev. Fr. Michael J. Larkin has parents, Mr. and Mrs. top
fare of our school 'system, II.according to Judson Stryker, announced that the new time Robinson. They
NOW THEREFORE I, R. choir director. for Mass at St. :Mary's Catholic the ,Robinsons back 'to th
McNab, 'Mayor .of' the'Town 1.1 I Rev. J. D. Kesterson of Palatka Church In Korona would be 8:30 ville home in the
Flagler Beach, Flagler, County,'!i has been acting pastor for the A.M., and the time for Mass er they had spent
Florida, do hereby proclaim 'the I j I month of August and has been, In St. Stephen's Catholic Church here. _
week of September 6 to September accompanied here by Mrs. Kes- in Bunnell would be at 10:30
13, A.D., JL960, as the week terson. A.M., beginning September 4.. Mr. and Mrs. Harry'
t set aside for a membership drive and sons spent last
for members tothe, Flagler I ,Mr.. and Mrs. Woodrow. Smith Visitors at the home of Mrs. Cassadego with her
Beach Parent-Teacher Asociation,j I and family from .Hawthorne Susie Graham last week were and Mrs. Reid Williams.
: I earnestly: urge each parent!!spent Thursday here,at the Joel Francis and Bill Smelt and Guy (Continued
a :, and patron of. our Flagler Beach 1!Smith. home ,..'., I II Creel, all from Seville.' to page
schools to join in this move.J ------ ------ .
ment -
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I Witness my hand,and the seal] <;y, MoneySaving Food Value-- I
of the- Town .-Flagler Beach, I

Florida, .. on this 30th day of Au-
;:: : > '{' ;' Mayor. WHY NOT BUY THE BEST FOR LESS
: :25
: ,. ',:iiWOMAN'S \./ ... .STEAK. ; < BREAD 2
,. CLUB,, NEWS .. i'.:' ft ,
J t ::,:;:.-:. : ROUN / SIRLOIN CLUB ,, :, 79c .10r55
j:f Preparat1o .ng: ,made for, I T BONBfcOR CUBED ,;. : ::7. : lb 89c ,
r Woman's Club tall opening: ROAST BONELESS SEALTEST %'GAL. '
', : Fourteenperson responded \ ',.
: SIRLOIN TIP 'Iti 79c
the call of. ,EMrs. Frank Brede,
CHUCK ROASTf .tb. 49c I
president of the Flagler, Wom ICEMILK39
t ;1. an's Club Executive Board: and CHUCK STEAK. '_ ft 59cALL

Committee Chairmen meeting MEAT STEW' ft 69c-1
E held recently to get plans lined FRESH GROUND (LEAN)' "' ; -, .

:up for the 'first fall meeting" ,I HAMBURGER '" 3 ft $100 HUNTS 2i/2 SIZE CAN'Peaches
i September 14, at -2 P. M. Two
resignations- *ere regretfully: ac I IF FOR ANY REASON YOU ARE NOT PLEASED
# cepted., 'Mrs. _Harry Treadwell, RETURN PURCHASE AND YOUR MONEY CHEER- 4 for $100ROCKET
"' corresponding' secretary, and FULLY REFUNDED
t-, Mrs. Libbey Hogeboom, publicity I
:"'k chairman. Health and' leaving .
' "_ 'Flagler County were the CHOCOLATE BOX OF 12
.,L reasons. Mrs Jasper H. White Pork Chops IB. 59

"f>";a" ,ted and in Mrs.respectively.V.. W Haines were voM" Harshmellow Pies 35*

: The president: and program First Cuts -I 11.' 39'FRESH
i f chairman, Mrs, Earl Thiel, have, FROZEN MINUTE MAID 6 oz. CAN

: 'some:on7the very.ap interesting da,for the new programs year.. SLICED ..,., .

'The year: books are being, compiled SPICED HAM BOLOGNA HEAD CHEESE Lemonade.: 1O;
:' and ,will, be ready ,for the 2 ft $100 .
first meeting.. Birthday Calendar
y' solicitations ,are in full swing SMOKED '
?as are the Christmas Card Sales. SAUSAGE 4 flb BAG .
'S : WIENERS I (Ia Cello Bag) 3 r 00
The group voted_to go on record BOLOGNA (Ia The Piece) $1 '
_*as' berg in full support for PIG ) II.;.. t. APPLESYELLOW -' 49
' the Dental;Clinic the MethodistMen.s' SMOKED HOCKS :v

4 Club. Flagler Beach is FRESH BACK BONE -7'- '
sponsoring with letters v- "
being .
sent to proper' authorities. WILSONS TENDER COOKINGONIONS '1

*b ij:. .... has.ing"Next..,been o1.tl'-Wednesday;. set.,aside,Club, September as House.l4face The llft., 'HAM51: "I,i'i. 49 J S

presideataaa for volunteers for :
t :the day,and.asks each to bringa :CENTER SLICES lb.I W "
sandwich.and.she will furnish FRESH: D-D GRADE "A" : ;:1"{ .. ,;
the ,drink. Come '.
around 9 6
,: clock..'manned with. mops pails FRESH: MEATY

.and plenty' 'elbow grease! The KECK BONES f 1.,. $1:pp FRYERS ,;ca. 69''

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Iz' -Opmmunity) SPARE 'RIB TIPS '4 Iks. 'I 3 FOR s2.Qo o'

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ftd.r'School 10:00: ,.A,M. .

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JLOCALgJ U.s.o.M., "Svipa"-'. 1 at the church. With ]i! -s i

U>S. Embassy. I a dictionary I can 'I It
Il Lima Peru< ,-s.;A.' 'j headlines and some, I
portant news in the* s
? July 28, I960. : ,
1. Already I find .it
SANDRA STUPKA HONORED RETURNS ,FROM '''POLAND Dear Mr. and Mrs. Fuller, % ,easier to read. .
friends ,of ,
andall Flagler
WITH week buy
John Jarosz has_ returned to : County:. t
t .. PARTY FRIDAY his home here from a trip to 'Newsweek" so as 1 :'1.
: Bert : Poland where he month .Today is Peru's Fourth, of July with current: events.
Mr. and Powell en ) spent a
t tertained with.;a birthday. :party visiting with his sister and I and so a great holiday: with'red have an English wiil, : I
,Friday evening at the. Bunnell. brother- and their families He and white flags' flying from eveery i I ruvian Times"' ,

i Community Center. honoring her had not seen his relatives in 55 house, and parades of thousands good reading' for :;'::1
,of,school and others. people. I will send
daughter, Sandra' Stupka. The years. sf!
occasion was 3n.:celebration of Mrs. Jarosz and her daughter, From our balcony on the eighth oldopl ,so you i iI
floor of a very modern apart.' we are in a very I
her 13th birthday: anniversary; Mrs. Anna Dunson arid'grand.
; Balloons' and 'other party'favors daughter, .Judy ,.Ann Dunson ment house we have a grand Perhaps some of
were used in.. decorating .for" have returned from a six'weeks view over much of the beautiful;of,ours,would like tb J

t.I the occasion. Dancing was a visit 'with relatives in Detroit, residential part of Lima; called jet from Miami

feature of entertainment. Mich., New Jersey, and Long' Island 'Miraflores" and "San Isidr .'1> seven hours). If so, : ':>j!
4 New York. enjoy a visit We !
.. We have been here six weeks I
:; .... eighth floor 'of a If f
now. and arE able to find 'ourway. ,y
,, CPO and Bobby French apartment house,
; and three children.ale guests, of SANDRA ,LYNN METTSMr. to the Super-markets, to extra bedroom. The I,
t Walter- and :Mrs.: DeWayne Metts Sears-Roebucks, to downtown Lima
f Mr. and Mrs. : Knight and of the year, so they :
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Durra ce.-I are the, parents of a daughter, and to other places "we wantto December to May., LY1
is the of born at the Flagler Clinic and go. Since our car has not arrived :
:Mr. French son Mrs'-I t is chilly, so we we
brother !I Ii Sunday, August 28. yet from Honduras, we
Knight and the -of Mrs Hospital all the' time. The
She wejghed seven pounds and, take the bus for five cents or
Durrance. hidden by a thick
six and has been named the "collectiro," a taxi which .
:Mrs. French and: children are, ounces t clouds. It "never"
follows bus route for 7& cents.
i. .moving here to reside while Mr. Sandra Lynn.u_- here, but an invisible !
.. French is going. on" an assign. From this you might think hangs in the air.

ment of sea duty.'.They will reside DAVID TRAD MILHOLLANDMr. the 'city is desperately poor. it in your face as
t in the .Mayers house 'on and Mrs. Jack Milhollandof Parts of it are. but almost all put but your hand %-

East Moody Blvd. and the chil' Jacksonville} announce the arrival -I of it that we have seen is lovely, falls on it It is very

dren will attend" the Bunnell of a son, born on August clean, modem with wide streets, Sincerely 4:
school. -.. 17. He has been given the-name boulevards, parks, "squares," "
t Margaret !
_, David Trad. He is, the grandsonof 'circles', playgrounds.. nubile .
: Mrs. Thomas Gresham and Mr. and Mrs Louis Trad of I buildings of modem design and

1-t son Larry and- Mrs.- Robert Bertha Bunnell.. beautiful residences. Many are 1 PERGE

l.. and son ,John:, visited in' mansions like at "Hobe Sound,"

; 'Tampa: last week with Mrs., Palm Beach and Miami. Royal 1.
; Gresham's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Coy Harris visited at his former Palms, giant bamboo, poncian- VftCNevB 6COG6E IS ME CO $ ..

Jimmy Sikes. ,Mr. Gresham and home in Bonifay' several. days nas, poinsettias, bananas and ALADsAY5, ,.

Mr. Bertha went' ,,over...- ,for the last week. especially gorgeous geraniums
,weekend and return. 'trip Sun. everywhere give the subtropical
.Mr. and ,Mrs. ,George Kendall '
day. atmosphere to the city.
,... and son, Bruce, were recent I
We have not beeh here long
I Mrs, :: ':Martell Hunter and( 'Carol visitors in Jacksonville, guests'.enough to know the political

Christopher were In Center Hill of,, Commander. and MrS,Donald ,situation, except that the people
-411d..O 1a.TunditvYY.Yising, wth son.' During their visit there ..
are very friendly to us, .and .1'r
;Mrs: Hunters 'parents and, otherS they""went "aboarff aa',"aifcraf seem\to be intelligent and 'well !
carrier docking there. '
relatives. \
.. educated people. Of course I'm
r"T judging from a very limited !
: Mr.:;and Mrs. Stanley Skow- Mr. and Mrs. \V. H. Wells had (point of 'view, having been :here
ronskiand son, Danny, off Detroit as their house' guests: recentlyMrs. I so short time: and not having :,

., ,/Mich., are visiting '' Wells' sisters, "Mrs. Willie been out of Lima as yet. ; i
/ ... with*his parents, Mr. and 'here'l Louisiana, of Vero Beach; Mrs. Frank's works takes ''him out :
,:;.' Ted:Skowronski, and also .Essie Mae Mclnarnay and Mrs. into the country which beyond :<:

I r. brother. : in .law and sister, M.r Ernestine Cunningham of Jack Lima's city limits is all desert t
:',-, and Mrs. Robert Moody. .sonville; Mrs. Wessie Kearns, of except for irrigated river val '.
f" ..iXV '-_... Fort Pierce- ; and' also her sisterin leys. These rivers come from, A.: '

p: Mr. and Mrs., Raymond,.Smith law, Mrs Harvey Hamilton the high Andes which start Your

and sons, Sam and Ray, visited :of, ,Pierson, Ga: about twenty to thirty miles '
I 119 N.
; during ...the past long weekendin east of us. Some day I hopeto ,
Mr., and Mrs., Charles Graham :
Alabama .
t o take trips up into the mountains \
F I left, last week for Texas where
to see the wonderful Copeland
will reside. Mr. Graham
scenery and also the ancient
\ was recently separated from the, '
ruins of the Incas of which I've HAMS
i; Bunnell Theatre U.S. :Navy and:Mrs. Graham resided -i seen pictures. _
here during his tour of t .
"We have nice
: a very community
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tluty., She is'the daughter of I HAMS
church, interdenominational. ,
'-' ,
:Richard Cantrell of Bunnell. I'
;p Fri.. ,&; Sat Sept. 2.3 I ',very near which has a program

OSCUS OF HORRORS Mrs Herbert Smedley and

daughter, Sally, and ,son, Clay, Resolution On The
Ala. Armour Star :
j of- Jones, spent last week'here

r Antes 1edaJ ,and Yvonne Visiting her 'parents, Mr. Death of Clara Rice BACON .
t-: Monlour and Mrs.. O. D. Robertson and ,

'! : ', .i fan ly.. They were. accompaniedhere "They call it Death when the

:: S B.Ii.,J 'Mon. Sept 4-5 fey her; ,afpfeew, Don Par-, Angel comes .Aiaiutir Star
,'. .:.. o y '. sons, also, of Jones. She also To open the door of life-

J, t&'. :' FtJ'GUTIVE'" KIND vfeited with her;son ,In law and The door that opens and shutsus FRANKS. .,

f SterriagMartea daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie in "
Zelter From the world's' toil and strife' ;

R.: 'J' Brasdo and ,JocnneWoodw I God in His wise providence Swift Premium i
f d fit to the dam leading ,
saw open -
1': Flow dairies produced L26 ; !
f. billion poands ef'milk last year. to a fuller life;for our 'beloved CHUCK '
t' T------- Sister ., Clara W. Rive
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which ,
1 ::' through she slipped away

!:: August 16, I960. Our hearts were Che & i ::

filled with sorrow when we
i t? canSpray' Restaurant learned that she had passed ,on "
f:4: ,:' *;;..d', ,.:. '..'.* .. '% K-'* to the Great Chapter on high,, :: !
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', '!>' "' NOW'OPE N. Whereas: We .are again reminded
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f .,',: .f ij? :: Under Min&eRtFOOD < : .- lost :
t < : Chapter has a worthy member -ICE i:
f and the Community has beta
t REASONABLY PRICED'' valuable citizen. !
Therefore Be,k Resolved; thata I
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E, .Oi iMiJe..:Soil of Pier: oft A1A::.HighwayTo : 'a copy be sent to The : ::

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P4 E; SIX -> '{ ,. ;: : :', TM1"'LAGLER'TRmtlNE" BUNNELL, FLORIDA y ;:., ._.. -> Thursday, SeD"-. i;:>:1960. :; ;

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/ i.!;. ; > "Jtates' certain stigma. NORTH, ORMOND DRAINAGE the 'EIGHTH I
HERL ONG' ; rights" a DAY OF NOVEMBER (6) The funds resulting fromthe
J- ;; ". DISTRICT for the ratification or rejection operation 'and
by of
constantly claiming that the Commission
*0fS- - 1 LAND thesaid Joint Resolutions propos- from the of the
; ; administration
.j : "states' rights'" was: mwely .1tt MEETING ing Amendments to the Constitution laws and regulations pertaining to
1. .A (Continued',from <$' beWBdrwllleh to Notice is hereby given that a of the State of Florida,vviz: birds game furbearinganimals., I
empty phraser meeting of the Owners of'Land Situated -
t freshwater fish reptiles, and amphibians
wow.L": Hit their voices for.stafc' rights hide ,racial ;ateefiminatkm.; I'mey've in the North Ormond Drain- HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. together with any other
age District in Volusia and Flagler
,, 1 1601.. A, JOINT RESOLUTION proposing funds specifically provided for
Y;.. ,., wfcen'the Supreme,Comet. gbtJ Lglad awakened. Theywould Counties is hereby called to be I an amendment of Subsections such purpose shall be depositedwith

: rth Its' infamous do satin a! in look about them and see held at the office of the District at (1) and (2) of Section 5 of the state treasurer to a fund
I 420 Seabreeze
f Boulevard. DaytonaBeach. of Fund.
t Article V of the Constitution designated the State Game
ti& Brown vs'.. Board ,oC/EducatiSn I a, lot, especially if they'd direct Florida same being in the the State' of Florida relative to the and shall be used by the Commission -
County ot.. Volusia. on Tuesday. 'number and organization off the in carrying out the provisions
'u':}. case. Nor were they<.heard their attention to that sectionoC September 6. 1960 at 2 o'clock district courts of appeal and the hereof and for no other purposes.

,:. when time after, tfoe ;in Con.. the country below the Mason-: j P.M. for the purpose of electing number of judges for each district The Commission shall not obligate
Supervisors and for other business -
any court of appeal and the compositionof 'itself beyond the current resourcesof
,.. '
.FF glees i legislative 'effoflfc, were Dixon link that may come before the the district courts of appeal for the State Game Fund unless
-: meeting. the consideration of cases. specifically authorized by the legis
r made to, curb the sovereign At such election each and every Be It Resolved by the Legislature lature. The Commission as a state

jrfghts,of the states,of the/3oitth.r .. acre of land in the District shall of the State of Florida: agency shall submit a budget estimate -
: The thin wax, t tasteless and represent one share and each own That the following amendment of of the amounts needed in
; thfe' er shall. be entitled .to one vote In subsections (1) and .(2) of Section the operation of the Commission
: : .' ;' And the fourth' signer, formerGovernor harmless, used"to' improve' person or by proxy jn writing duly 5 of Article V of the Constitutionof for approval by the legislature
i' 'f. ; cucumbers also signed for each acre of land owned relating to as
:; appearance of the State of Florida through the Budget Commission
and Senator'fremlfew by him in such District. Guardiansmay the number and organization' of the provided by general law.
,41'fi- ':York, was always aligned with helps conserve the vegetable's i> represent their Wards. Executors district courts of appeal and the
and Administrators may rep- number of Judges for each district NO. RESOLUTION
1$ those: groups which would sad* mositure.IN resent the Estates of deceased per. court of appeal and the composition SENATE JOINT
sons and Private Corporations may of the district courts of appeal for NO. 734. A JOINT RESOLUTION
with school
tf:! 4< die the South -r I be represented by their Officers orduly I the consideration of cases is hereby amending Section 15 of Article IX
1'> F.E.GP. and the; like. THE COUNTY ;RRGWS.COURT. : authorized Agents.It agreed to and shall' be. submitted of the Constitution of the State of
l FLAGLER COUNTY,', STATE OF is ordered' thatsthis Notice be, to the electors of the...State of Florida providing for the alloca-
: }i ; ,Believe 1 'roe, I share their grave FLORIDA. X published once & week for two consecutive -, Florida for ratification or rejectionat ,tion of excise taxes collected by
; ESTATE OFARVID -Xs. weeks in the Daytona the general election to be held the stateor under Us authority
::' concern over the tendency $din NJLSONrdeceased.The Beach. Observer* a. newspaper pub- on the first Tuesday after the first from the operation of pari-mutuel
\ this at any rate) for the State of Florida To All Persons lished in Volusia County* Florida, Monday in November. A.D 1960 pools. ,
:* case, Interested In the Estate of and The Flagler Tribune a news- that is to say: Said subsections Be It Resolved by the Legislature
./}>: Federal Government to seek to Said .Deeedentt paper published In Flagler County shall be and aa amended of the State of Florida: '
'. You are hereby notified that a: Florida.. Date of first' publication shall amendedi owe: That the following amendment of
): usurp the rights, resoled to the, written instrument purporting to August 18. 1960r Section 5. District Court of Appeals Section 15 of Article IX of the.Con.

states under the Constitution. be. the Last Will and Testament' 'of By order of stitutlon of the State of Floridabe
I said..decedent has been admitted to BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. (1) APPELLATE DISTRICTS.The and the same Is hereby agreedto
"-.;. >' But I do went to'point out probate in said Court. V. Guy Day. Secretary.Aug. state shall be divided Into and shall be submitted to the ;
:: You are hereby commanded withIn 18-25 & Sept. 1-3tc three appellate districts of contiguous electors of the State of Florida for
they're r ,
i:! : that what, complaining' six calendar months from the counties as the Legislaturemay approval or rejection at the gen-
,"k::: about I' recently explained in date. of the first publication of this prescribe and there shall be eral election to be held in November
in said Court 'and NOTICE OF ELECTION "c court of ap- special gen-
notice to appear organized a 1960. or at any
;,f, a letter to' Governor Meyner of J show cause if any you can why Be it known that I, R. A. Gray. peal in each district. eral election held prior to that
'; : the action of said Court in admit- Secretary of State of the State of (2) ORGANIZATION: NUMBER date: "
;- New Jersey, has been going on ting said Will to probate should Florida do hereby give notice thata AND SELECTION OF JUDGES. SECTION 15. Allocationof excise

ir: ; for a long, long time. ;but curiously ;I not stand unrevoked.' GENERAL ELECTION will be There shall initially be threejudges taxes.-Not less than forty-
(Official Seal) held In Flagler County. State of of each district court of appeal. five per cent (45%) of all excise
11;,.:' .., didn't seem to warrantt /SPUANE A.' DEEN. Florida on Tuesday next succeeding The Legislature may provide not taxes levied and collected by the
>: their until 'their, County' Judge. Flagler the first Monday in November more than two additional judges State, or under Its authority from
concern own ox, County. Florida A. D.. 1960. the said Tuesday beIng for any district court of appeal and the operation of pari-mutuel pools

; the Port of New York' 'Authority, 'First publication on September, .1, theEIGHTH may reduce the number for any shall be allocated and distributedin
'1960. DAY OF NOVEMBERFor district to not less than three* equal parts to the several counties
; ., was about; to be gored. Sept. 1-8-15-U--4tc Representative in Congress Three judges shall constitute a,. of the State.
for the Fifth Congressional District panel for and shall consider each
and their
k--{ They cohorts even
; ; IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY case and the concurrence of a. majority NO.6.
:ttt contrived :to attach to': the term JUDGE. FLAGLER COUNTY. For Three (3) Justices of the Supreme of the panel shall 'be- necessary HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.IN Court to a decision. The court shall 409. A JOINT RESOLUTION
-- RE: ESTATE OFARVID.NILSON For Judge of the District Courtof held at least one session every year posing an amendment to Article
i deceased.To Appeal for the First Appellate In each' judicial circuit within the XVI of the State Constitution relating -
: : All Creditor and Persona District district wherein there la ready to location of county officers
Having Claims or Demands Against For 4 Circuit Judges of the business to transact by adding two new sections, num-
Said' 'Eatate..You Seventh Judicial Circuit bered 4B and 4C. providing for jury
tt..f e and each of you are hereby For Gvernor. NO. 2 trials of civil suits In certain mu-
: notified and required to present For Secretary of State. HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. nicipalities within Volnsia"' and
any claims and demands whlch.)I'ou. For Commissioner of Agriculture.For 813. A JOINT RESOLUTION pro Highlands counties.
.- or 'either of' you may, have against State Superintendent of Public posing an amendment to 'Article VI. Be It Resolved by the Legislature.
... the 'estate of ,ARVID NILSON;. deceased Instruction.For Section 2 of the State Constitution of the State of Florida: ,
: late of said County to the Attorney General to' provide for original absentee That Article XVI of the state
,'< County Judge .of Flagler County, For Comptroller.For registration of electors.Be constitution be amended as follows '
Florida at his office in the :courthouse State Treasurer.For It Resolved by the Legislature is hereby agreed to and shall; be
,"- of said County at Bunnell, Railroad and jpublic Utilities of the State of Florida: submitted to the electors of the
i),,/!' From' 'E. 'H. %adle, Elaine, Florida within eight calendar. Commissioner. That article VI. section 2 of the state for ratification or ,rejectionat
< <, .. months from the time of the first For State Attorney of the 7th State constitution be amended as the general election of.,19f O" by
;!; :Arkansas: I am the last of a publication of this notice. .Each Judicial Circuit. follows is hereby agreed to and addition of a new section'-to' be
," family of 5 .and 3- eight in all claim or demand shall be in writing For State Senator of the 31st shall be submitted to the electors numbered 4B to Article XVI
riti' ; and shall state the place of Senatorial District' : of the state for ratification or re- of the constitution of the state. of
'that came from Davenport; Iowa, residence and post office address of For One the House jection' at the general election ofT Florida,_ as_ follows: : ._
down the Mississippi River in a, the claimant and shall be .sworn of Membe\ot < .."Uy'"u.u.. _..?" ?.,_._.. 1960' SECTION 4B. Civil jury L : triale; in
1 White1Aiver to by the claimant agent. attorney For County Judge. SECTION 2. Registration, of elec- Volusia county; location In certain
k- iflat boat, to the,mouth of, and any such claim or demand not For Clerk of the.CIrcuit Court tors.-The legislature. at Its first municipalities within said.county.-
I ;!" up to the 1nopth..L grue so filed shall be. void. For Sheriff. session after the ratification of The legislature may from time to
.... ( it1 called CHARLES E. CREALn For Tax Assessor. this i nat1t tJon. .&.hal|. ,provide bylaw time and as the business of Volusia
:r., diver or.: Bayou, as was As executor of the Last Will For Tax 'Collector.For for the registration of all the county may requlrei provide that
:;[then), and up Lagrue to what and Testament'of Aryld Nllsqn. County Superintendent of legally qualified voters In .each trial by Jury of all civil suits
was' known a.S Lagrue Springs, deceased. '< Public Instruction.For county and for the .returns of elec- properly triable by jury accordingto
First publication September 1. Supervisor of Registration. tions; and shall also provide that law may be had and held in
:14 miles south of, Dewitt, A> k., 1960. For Three (3) Members' the after the completion from time to addition the county seat In any
'In the year 188}, Sept. 1815Z4tcADVBRTISEMHNT Board of County Commissioners. time of such registration no per- municipality within said county.
Dlsts. 1. 3 & 5. registered accordingto circuit Judge;of
son not duly designated by any
I was then less than a' year FOR IDS For Two (2) Members of the law shall be allowed to vote. the 7th- judicial circuit The legislature
'old. When I waspthree, my mother NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Board of Public Instruction. Dlsts. The legislature may provide for may provide also that the
:ther"worke that the Board of- Public Instruction 2 & '4.For. f the registration of electors who clerk of any court or any other
died. My f at of Flagler County Florida Justices of the Peace. DIstricts are members of the armed forces court officer within said county.
different jpbs ,tJ1tU'was. five will receive sealed bids at the office 1. and their spouses. living outside shall maintain such offices within I
sears old. whea he, :married abra. of the Superintendent of Pub- For Constables. Districts 1. the territorial limits of the state. such municipality and have available
lic Instruction at the Court Housein For Judge of the Small Claims such official books and rec. .
: Mary Jim Sibley. They Bunnellr Florida up until 2:00 CourtIn NO. 3 ords therein as may be necessary
a: 'rented :for a year, 'or two when P. M. on Thursday the 15th day Testimony Whereof. I have COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR to accomplish the purposes of this
of September. A.D.. 1960 .for the hereunto set my hand and affixed HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. amendment; provided however 4_
Boy father purchased 80 acres furnishing "of all labor and material the Great Seal of the State of Florida .835. A JOINT RESOLUTION pro- that the principal offices of such .
'With'the for! the erection and completion, of this let day of August A.IX 1960. of Florida by amending be removed from the county seat I
gin timber. help of a the fire escape addition to the (SEAL) R A. GRAY Section 30. Subsections (1). (2), Be It Further Resolved by theLegislature
'#= feet neighbors, .'they erected a. Bunnell High School. Secretary of State (3). (5) and (C) -of Article IV re- of the State of Florida:
"T log cabin and father and stepMother I Contract documents' including FOR.FLAGLER COUNTYTO lating to the Game and Fresh Water That Article XVI of the state
plans and specifications are on file FLAGLER TRIBUNE Fish Commission: .powers- and constitution to be amended as follows .
began, clearing land.. Mystepmother at the office of the Superintendentand Bunnell. Florida duties, etc. is hereby agreed to and shall be
,r a woman of two t at the- office of the architect. For Publication 4 times Be It Resolved by the Legislature submitted to the electors of the I
Craig J. Gehlert. 52S ,.North' Halifax Aug. 11-18-25 & Sept 1- tc of the State of Florida: state for ratification or rejectionat
3 "hundred ,pougdsi; could swing an 'I Avenue Daytona Beach. FlorIda -,r That the following amendment the general election of 1960 by

,c 'ax t | i,1iRitlt; ,men.- 'They, anda Copies of these documents may. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 1 to Article IV. of the Constitution addition of a new section to be
FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA of Florida amending subsections numbered XVI of the
be ,obtained by prospective general 4C to Article
bufthcr feaz, years- older than contract bidders from the architectby IN CHANCERY NO. 4081 (1). (2) (3). (5) and '(6) of Sec- constitution of the State of Florida,
'inyself ..cleared _a small field. depositing Ten Dollars ($10.00)per CARL R. SHIRK. tion 30. is hereby! :, agreed to and as follows:'
refund- Plaintiff. shall be submitted the electors SECTION 4C. Civil jury trials in
Tather'..get, a 'yeke of steers to set. same to be. tally
able ''to each person who returns of Florida for ratification or rejection Highlands county; location in certain
4$ 'fcreik' and 'a '.Breaking 'plow the documents In good condition vs.ALICE at the general election to municipalities within said

:known; ...4a rf aT.bull: tongue, longamce Ing within of five bids.(5). days after the open-. M. SHIRK.Defendant any be held special In November.general election 1960 or.heldprior at county.time to-The time legislature and as the may businessof from

; ., A certified cheek or'satisfactory NOTICE TO 'DEFEND to that date:. Highlands county may reqUire.
j I'remember- ''ifey first pair, of. bid bond 1n the amount, equal to THE. 'STATE OF FLORIDA TO; SECTION 30. Game and fresh provide that trial by jury .
five per'cent (5%) of the gross Alice M. Shirk water fish commission; powers and civil suits properly triable by jury
'L 'brass-toed Brogan. shoes/ Father bid e1M.lIbe .submitted .with each 634 Dancy Avenue duties etC--: .. Recording to law may be had and '
walked to Dewitt '14 miles, la'snow. bid. Bonds or checks of unsuccessful Savannah Georgia (1) From and after January 1. held in addition to the county seat
You are hereby notified that a 1961. the management restoration in within said
any municipality
; bidders will 'b*' return and
,That" was his" mode oft that of the successful bMder. retained suit has been filed against you in conservation and regulation of the : county designated by any circuit
Itraiat',*oe d ys.; My father.stepMother and will beoe e i..fsw ',sole, the above entitled 'cause; and you birds game furbearinganimals Judge of the 10"th Judicial circuit
'and brother property of the ;Board -Public are, hereby required to file your answer and fresh-water fish of the State The legislature may provide also
; made Instruction until such tlroe the bid with the Clerk of this Court of Florida and the acquisition., establishment i that the clerk of any court or any
raILs for fence Father chopped der shall fully cowpsy /wHl : ,the, and to serve a copy thereof upon control and management i other court officer within said
.ti down the trees 'and.split the rails bond: and contract requireiOT ,asset the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney of hatcheries sanctuaries county, shall maintain such offices ,
all other I
apectflcatfcHM whose name and address is; refuges, reservations and within such municipality and have
In these
:and.: a11, ..of them to fence The forth Board reserves the'"ritrht* to I Samuel V. Holch i property now' or hereafter ownedI available such official books and
'the..'Jiii .WH" ,before he got rejct any and/or all bWa and to .1 110 North ,Third Street. 1 I or used for such purposes by the records therein as may be necessary -
informalities therein I Palatka. Florida I State of, Florida shall be vested to accomplish the purposes of
'' the cacea. waive any i not later than 15th. A. In commission be known as
? and -to ,use sti cient ;tlm to investigate 'j I September a to this amendment provided. however
k- Those were Fly'*days; .. .the .bWs and the. qualifications D. I960. the' Game and Fresh Water Fish that the principal offices of such
I If fall to do decree pro Commission. Such commission shall clerks shall not
you so. or other officers
t when yogi had talpve, a dire ,at THE of BOABDC tile fcigthMV.PU'1P.'!& INST4WCTPIONi confesso will be entered againstyou consist of five "($) members. one be removed from the county seat
i11lght to, kHbutU > 'tie_ mosquitoesI Pt.AGLBR for the relief demanded in the from each Congressional district
lam bill of complaint The nature of as existing on January 1. 1S41. who NO. 6
1rom ..\\IP. 81 npw coujfrr. F baker aid suit cabinet
O beingfor divorce. shall be. appointed by the HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO.
a, ring those try. : TTI48T tor Raym -- WITNESS my hand and seal of The members so appointed shall 1073. A JOINT RESOLUTION pro
days.' Z. D. HOLLAND: Superintendent said Court this 9th day of AugustA. annually select one of their members posing an amendment to Article
I Kx-Offlcia SeeretarSr D. 1960. as chairman the commis XVI of the Constitution of Floridaby
and ,
y (Sa eon Iidl.D.. is 'UusVtaf e.lara to the Board of Public IanstruetionFlagler (Official Seal) sion. adding;; thereto an additional #
t. T". 014 *. ,CtoaBtftUy PrtssStrrUs. of the commission -
: Cooaty. RALPH E. HARBERT (2) The first members section to; be numbered by the
Bos" Fraal f.rt. Etat.Cky.) Aug. 25 & SePt.. 14--3 tCl Clerk of said Circuit Court shall be ,appointed on Jan Secretary of State authorizing
4 Aug. 11-18-25 & 1--4tc 1. 1 6I. and shall serve respectively County hold civil
Sep. uary 'of Brevard to
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-- ---------- -- for (1). two v(2). trials house
one. .. In any branch court.
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL three ij), four (4) ana five la> within the count y. --- I
flHDAYr AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED ON I years. At the expiration of each Be It Resolved by the Legislature'"
: NOVEMBER 8, I960. of such terms a successor shall be of the State of Florida:
NOTICE ELECTION appointed to serve for a term of That the following amendmentto
,WHEREAS The Legislature. of five (5). years.. Article XVI of the Constitution
AMBULANCE 1959, under the Constitution. of I (3) The members of the Commission of Florida be added and numberedby I

.. 1885 of the State of Florida, did shall receive no compensation the secretary of state and be
PHONE VAUby4l625Nerw pass Joint Resolutions Proposing for their services but each Commissioner submitted to the electors of the
Amendments to the Constitution of I shall receive per diem as State of Florida for ratification or
:SERVICE the State of Florida. and the same provided by law while attending rejection at the genera election of
t3T. A'flfR were agreed to by a vote of three- meetings or business in connection November. 1960: '
fifths of all the. members electedto f with _the discharge of his official Section.-----.Civil jury trials in I
ita t aboutYr AvL.lira We each house; that the votes of i duties and mileage as provided by branch court houses In Brevard
1 h.. G8Rhr
*. ,c 4sq a aid Joint Resolutions were entered law. county-Civil trials by jury may I
terries ft upon their respective Journals (5f The Commission shall appoint.. be held as provided by law in des
-$ f '...... ..,. tit wttIa p" with the yeas and nays thereon and at pleasure remove a suitable ignated branch court houses within ,.
and they did 'determine and direct person as Director and such Direc- Brevard County. All records:of any
............. that the said Joint, Resolutions bed tor hall have. such power and dutiesas civil trial conducted In'any such 1
submitted to the electors of the may be prescribed by the Com- branch court houses shall be filed
Oxygen It.- JIa.r State at tbe General Election on miselon in pursuance of its duties in the main court house at the 1
November 8. 1960. under this section. Such Director county seat. i"i ";
NOW. THEREFORE. T. RX, shall Meet to the approval of IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF I
.G arciaFunera1flome GRAY. Secretary of State of the the ,Commission appoint and atreee'1Woyeea hav hereunto set my hand and
= State of Florida, do hereby give ** assistants .Florida the State .
.. : notice that aGENERAL oilier who shall have Florida Tallahassee
.. : at the: '
pf GA i itij'" Canli
C1A Liced 'Furi.r : BLBCTION each be
; powers and duties as may taL thIs 15th day of August A.. D
E will be held In'each county la sa a1 fi M to them by the Commisrto .. 1960. !

-.i 1UI1- .. .', :, Florida" on Tuesday next, succe4lHr or the Director. No Commls.a4ear R. A. GRAY '" -
the first Moa4ay. fa November shall be eligible for any Secretary of s '
i r...' A. D.. 19W. the said TUesdaY being such, appointment or employment, September 1 and 152teif' a e

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t New State Park t State; net" and spear fishing .teprohibited specialty meat products and are
; "tJlagle- 1 Shows[ Gain,
C acfi I. ; skin diving for photography not included in the above tabulation

Rules AnnouncedRules observation, or pleasure -. ," the State Chamber said.
;: is permitted and encouraged; Meat Packing
Continued from Page 4 t .
and regulations pertain 1 the collection of natural objects

K .. PTA MEETING: ing t& ,the new Coral Reef Preserve -"and'marine life for'educational Industry in StateMeat ,"";;;,
NEXT TUESDAY. State Park off Key Largo purposes and for scientific and
went into effect August 24,'E n. industrial research is allowed
$ The first:meeting of the,Flag met L. Hill, state park service only in accordance with the packing plants! in FlorIda .-.:
". ler Beach Parent-Teacher' r 'Association director, has announced. I j terms of written permits granted processed $120 million worthof ':
will be h!44 at 7:30: jri. beef ,#,,
p. i jby the'State Park Director:; the; pork and lamb products I':
Tuesday, September 6, at the 1 1I These rules and regulationswere .operation of watercraft the Iby the latest official count, 1958, -

school. For the social there will': promulgated by the .FlorIda -'preserve Is strictly controlled the Florida State Chamber. of' -f

be accordian jnusic by Nancy! Park Service in cooperationwith with regard to speed, anchoring, Commerce reports. Prompt Service 'J
and Sally Dzioba of Ormondi the State Conservation Department etc.; explosives and dangerous 'Theseproducts were worth :
f Beach All members are ,urged i iI' the Fish and, Wildlife weapons are .forbidden.The $17 million more than the cost PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US -:

to'attend.. j Service' of the U.S. Department Coral Reef Preserve Park" .raw: materials, supplies, fuel The Flagler.Tribuna y
The new' officers for this of Interior, and other agencies lof
year I is 21 miles, long and 3H miles electricity used )n production ,
l are Mrs. Ann McNitt, .:;". president;' concerned; with the preserve. Wide, lying Jn the Atlantic t ,*Thus the conTribution, of Phone IDlewood 7-3282 1
:Mrs. Flossie Haines, ,vice president The regulations are'intended manufacturing and processing Bunnell Florida
Ocean off Key Largo. It came
f ; :Mrs. Jeanette. ,Owens secretary to provide 'maximjum} public use, into existence only a few short I can be measured accurately T>y I w v r r r r r r v r
and Mrs. Susie. Abbott< of the area consistent with the months ago and was acquired this $17 million value-added
Frank & Glad'sSHOE
treasurer. preservation of its scenIc' and; by the dedication of certain figure. The growth of the industry I
.' scientic values. I. State of Florida lands and by during the four years, REPAIR .'
RECUPERATING Briefly, the rules and regula Presidential ':Proclamation of 1954 to 1958, is indicated by a w. MOODY BLVD. ;
FROM' OPERATION tions are as follows: no personcan United States- lands. It is, part 77 per cent gain in the value- I 1 Block West of Railroad :s

I' remove or destroy, any of of the only living reef forma.. added,". the trade. body pointed General Shoe Repair :
News came' from Miss Betty the natural features or marine tion along the coast of North .out .

Meadows in Lynn Hospital at' life; no person can dredge, fill, America. "Employment in .meat packing I.
'" Lincoln Park, Mich., that she is excavate or build any structureson stood at an average of 2,461

t slowly but satisfactorily,.recovering the preserve; no person may i. BLISTER BEETLE persons during 1958 a 25 per TV Bob ;1 1'SERvICE
f from her recent operation.She deposit refuse or polluting sub : cent gain in four years. ,Payrollscame I
hopes to be able to returnto stances in the preserve; wrecks The blister beetle is appropriately to $9,666,000; up 55 percent
her home here by October..' located in the preserve may not named, the National Geo ;The number of production '
I. Miss Meadows made the trip molested; defacing of signs, graphic Magazine says. The In- workers engaged in actual hand. .j
there on account ,of the serious notices or markers. is forbidden. sect secretes a poisonous oil ling of meats gained 24 per cent all makes A

illness of her father and she Sport and commercial fishing called cantharidin, which can and their wages,.were up 50 per
said that his condition has re.. with hook and line and the tak- raise blisters when crushed cent during the'four-year,period. \ Sales, Tubes and ,{:
maincd the same. ing crawfish, spiny 'lobsters and against human skin. Small '"In addition to the primary Antenna Installation :
stonecrab with traps for com quantities of cantharidin have processing of red meats, a number .5 ..
mercial purposes is allowed I been used. for centuries in love of plants in the state are PHONE HE 9-2204 3
f: .Mrs. Lee is '
Agnes spending within the fishing} laws of the portions. engaged in the preparation. of 1
this week here in Flagler Beach. ---- .t -
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rf f Born to Mr. and. Mrs. Gary .,.... :. ;>ji.
Gillette World Series,Special ..
Douglas Gresham a son on Aug. v '
list 19, in the Flagler Clinic ndr' '
{ Hospital in Bunnell. His weight PreiABOR : ',' RAZOR- With Super Blue B e.8ge .=
was nine pounds and he was DAY l : ', i
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named Gary Douglas, Jr. I

NOXZEMA Reg. $1.23 9ge .
Mike Clark, who spent, the SPECIALSFLASHLIGHT "
li summer here, with the Preston .
, t family, left < .f c. LATEST RECORDS. ., .../ .- .
Saturday His moth- .. .. ,. ..; :
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_. er, -M18.; :, Rarold"Clarrk, motored "; ;
\ here their. to home'accompany in Gainesville him back to I Ii 2 Cell -S9, : 1J.e <:!Hit Tunes: ,'"' ; ;

"d !. $ Qifit j> j* ......"\... ;
t : ..)::,.- { 5 !I. I > :'. i
Mr and Mrs. Robert Owens ; -Sv ;' 45 R.P.M. [
and, three children 55 "
are going on '
i their.vacation next week. Colgate., : : !
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t : plan to visit in Lannett, Ala., TOOTH PASTE : "69*' \ ; I
.-at:the. home of her parents, Mr. "
If., and Mrs.. L. R. Gaylor, and to With Reynolds Wrap-.Jr.. .:.,. : ( ._ ....:. -S : :-, S ;I
>. meet,her brother. Tech. Sgt Rob- X r' ?5: Grain '
t ert M. Gaylor who will be '
on Pepsodent .
leave from San Antonio, Texas. ASPRIN i
500 Tablets $129.
l TOOTH PASTE "f ._; ,69* I
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Preston With FLASHLIGHT '
entertained as house guests last '
week her sister and brother' in : :: COTY 24 LIPSTICK I

: law,Mr. and Mrs: A. W. 'Tuskeyand }
TOOTH BRUSHES : With Matching '
2 Eer39e
.. .children Bobby, Tommy, '
y Jacky and Billy of Avon Park. _. POLISH *x:50: ?
=f Sunday both families went toY ,
v '
Melrose where they attended the Assortment ofJEWELRY .
Golden Wedding Anniversaryof '
their parents Mr. and 'Mrs. VITALIS
<' G. T:Torl y. They were honored : TRIG D I'dU'iFREESge

-' '. by the, Melrose Baptist Church I ,f1.:< .

: on this occasion. .k< J >EARR1WGS; ,: NECKLACES, and BRACELETS : Amazktg;Instant Stain:Remover r
-srf. _
Dave Schneider i who has just Your Choice .of Any : -:' DENTURE CLEANSwith '1 F 98e

returned from several month's, -- '-: :."ii. <.;;!i' ... : .. .
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duty in, the Mediterranean with '
the U,S.'Navy'was a visitor several 3 $100"S -V ''

days- ,last week at the homeof :-t_ for : Clever Flea Killer
Mr.. 'and Mrs. Robert Scbatz. "

,Rev: and Mrs Reynold Hoover ', P..liv..1 Value $1.00 8ge

left Meaday. 'for a month's. visit SHAMPOO' ':; *
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in Illinois. ,. Wisconsin and Iowa. : **g,; i.Sge

YieNIng Wednesday > L
.. with Mrs, Lillian Grace' SHAMPOO : ; With Purchase of
were Mrs Andrea ,Springer and $1 oo f' '
dot. ,Sharon ; Mrs. Ruth : *1W
s ltatL and daughter Margie, Wes, L Bfiolm or ,more.. SUNGLASSESWrit ,
Diane. and Rex Springer return-
i- ed Ji.ome'.with them after spend- HAND LOTION Le. $1,08' .

I tug a"week thsre.7e ., Writ Potency, Vita In-Mineral Formula -

\ MYAIEC $ rn
Wwiiw's.Sod y of C3wte- UWGUEN11NE. FIRST-AID KITFMtEIrdy's MONTH SUPPLY Z _
tlan:Service will m.et:Thursday, .

bier 8. at. tic home otMrs. .
: ., & J;, Chattee on' Centrel
\ ,Aw:. at .JO ,A..X, M Pharmacy; E5 0000 Moody's B.ach Center
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t';;., Throng'.' f/ 000 people, ::the NationalGeo: dietrict: on the :water: front ,be- ,' :

graphic Society.. says. loivq The harbor, along with, San I l THE -
- ', Francisco and Rio de Janeiro, ,
_'Busy Hong Kong 1 Women in split ,skirts skirts ranks as one of the best in the
called cheongsoms''stroll, 'Under
:; East: aqd West meet injsrowded : i sidewalk arcades, businessmen. world.

. Hong,Kong: 1n ;a setting sd I in western ,suits'stride to offices, Rove ,Own Gods

"', '. colorful that many experienced I and shoeshine boys in bare?feet Yachts and cruisers zigzag

t'w .; travelers, consider the British yell in English, ''You, mister, through floating villages where '

:.. 'Brawn 'colony one, col. the; most I shine shoe" Since the price of about JL25tOOO boat people called feT4flui4r V

;.' Interesting ,places, on, .e rth. '., a shine is less than 'five cents, Hokles and Tonkas s spend their: .

;: :-'c Here, visitors, can:,see brightly' they do a, good business. lives afloat These fishermen

painted junks cluster by the Looking down from the famed have' their own gods, customs .

Imadred around ocean: vessels, 1310-foot Victoria Peak on the and dialect. Their children attend BY THOMAS COLLINSA > '

...'.. }.; rickhas ,mingle with .automobiles Island of Hong ,Kong, ,one sees boat schools daily., YEAR Of GRACE-YOU NEED ONE'AT 65 "

:. ) ,. and wooden, shacks sprout! a' blue harbor dotted: by sam: With limited tariff controls, you can't go ,on counting the from under the apartment ."

,' ,', >!next., to modern' buildings! pans, junks, ferryboats and; .liners Hong Kong offers low prices for forever as 'you plan This man whose career has I

;"i,' single, acre ot, Hong Kong's : Tall bank, office, and ho: items such as American cigarettes your retirement. been in the front office of a manu

j 'f :'1; \"r ,scarce land maybe home to-3-. I tel buildings line_ the central British tweeds, French perfumes There comes a time when you facturing concern has been making
should add pension Social around $10.000 His I
: German cameras, Swiss up your a year.
I Security and savings and determine savings, he indicates, are around
: watches, Japanese pearls, and whether you can live on 15000.: He and his wife have a
7- "I by tailor-made suits. what you'll get From that point 1959 car, some very nice furniture \
f 'CAN f'Tarn I :There are unique customs at on, forget the money provided,it in the apartment and two

: DorrYES I this East-West crossroad. The is enough for you to live on, and married children living on the \

.... government builds sharp.angled look beyond it for the ,golden west coast '
?j- ,', roads, to reassure the Chinese years. "My wife and I have decided.that .
4 I 'THOUGHT PiLL'hE There is wealth in the decision
great we will sublease our apartment t
'i. ... who believe evil spirits cannot
'): ... ,M1TZtI'F1415H1D{ 1 -if you can make such a furnished for one year. We
. .;;. JAY HOU EwORK. turn sharp corners. decision-that you have ,enough will ask $250 a month and settle \,;
;.......: 'SIMPLEOW. I When a temple stands in the money to live on and can do what for $225 U we must. We then will

. -.:1 ..' way' of a projected highway I you jolly well 'please with the take $5,000 from our savings and
: -a: O k ranking government officials 'years beyond, 65, buy a house trailer.
K j 1 take solemn part in ritual to This week a"man who for manyyears "We will haul the trailer to' the
t': has been my commuter country in Nebraska where we
) placate the gods who will be I
companion on the morning trips both came from,and set it up for
irritated at to to
into town came by to chat for a housekeeping in the small .town
: : new housing. \ while. He will retire July 1 at 65, where I was born and where mem-

< \ : : While, government prohibits ; and he has made his decision bers of my family still ,live. In
t r automobile horn blowing in he'll have enough money."I this small town we not only can
"," downtown areas:funerals equipped t. have no scientific answer to find a respectable lot to put the
with ,three or four bands retirement," he said, "but there trailer but also have a pleasant
, : parade through main I are two things I ,do not' chooseto social status by living in a' $5,000
may do., One is to rush into retirement trailer.
s \:,., streets playing loud, five-tone like an extroverted fool "We will be able to live this

r i, iIf music. I yelling to everybody how,I'm going sort of life for around $175: a
\ WHAT DIP X ,WRITE X OUST SAID... There are two: New Years 4n to dance a jig. The other is to month and live well. The,remaining -
",c WHERE IT SAID TEN MMORE. 'Hong Kong, the Western Gregorian slink off into nothingness. Some- income can be applied to tripsif

AVERAGE SLEEP REQUIREDNWVWVWUWH and the, Chinese. The where between these two ex- we choose, or to cultivating
' tremes is the logical course."I friends. It also can be applied to
government authorizes a holiday
r' / think I ,have found, not the an investment in some small. local -
e for each. The Chinese usually 1.
course, but a program that may business. .
"" ,observe their lunar ,calendar; lead me to it. "On the other hand, that'sub
iif.:" t New Year in ,February. Fireworks "My wife and I, as you know let apartment back in the city will
: ,. displays and dragon and have been living well, and our still give me one foot in:the big
< .. lion dances last at least a week. apartment' at $190 a month will time. After a few months in the
not be compatible with the $360a trailer can come back to the
Though it is already burstingat '
month retirement income we city if I'm unhappy, and hunt a
: the seams, last year 138,000 will have. Obviously I must get job. '

l travelers, including 50,000 Amer-' out from under the expense. But .Fsr. a e.py.t the new Gsldsa Tears
cans; flocked to the "Riviera of until we make up our mind whatI b klet by coin Thsuas Xn stamps C nins) te.(DalDo send saeeats'in .t

the Far East."; I will.do,. I.do not,want ,to,get out Station newspaper Nsw). :Bex York len 17*,N.Grand Y. 'Central_
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O. F. ALFORD, The Arctic, is ,becoming a popular structed, but Hong Kong still ( Authorized Cvinrude Dealer UVING COLOR TV
has trouble housing all its visitors
pay The government asks tour .. l IN TilE \\VINDO\V "
as much as $1000; ,a week to Dockage Storage Free Ramp Southern Radio & Television
Real Estate Broker Ists to be sure of hotel reservations ,WE FINANCE .
live with Eskimos and accompany : I .226 E. Granada-Ph, OR 1.2001 1
before making the trip. 825 ORMOND '
seal, and .walrus Balloueh Rd-Daytoaa
BunnelL Florida then : ,
is 391-
The Crown Colony a '_ .
hunts. ,,,i: -_ r. J .r..ww-, -- --
........ .. square-mile speck on the'south
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1? \- ,. r China coast. More than 3,200,000

:, .i: people, including, 1,000,000 refu.1 CRAIG FUNERAL HOME I

gees' and 20,000 foreigners, liven I

NEWt the territory. A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director .
'. China ceded the Island of
JOHN HARDIN. Associate
Hong Kong to Britain in 1841 A .
WAY TO and later gave up Kowloon. : Am LADY OXYGEN

t. The New Territories, a part of CONDITIONED' ; I I EQUIPPED

the mainland behind Kowloon I ,CHAPEL A ANT. AMBULANCES

plus about 75 scattered islands, L, t "

i_ ; STOPHAND \:' was leased in 1898 for 99 years.The Phone ID '7-3532. :,: ,
colony shares a 17-mile border
with Communist China. <. ,Ml..E.' MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA

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