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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: September 8, 1960
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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.,"'::?('! GiiduafionRequireits. 'FLAGLER BEACH Democratic WICKLINE NAMED I Tax
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< =. : \ ti SchOOl"d. Fennell, Jr., said today. I i[i Campaign committee of the State i

f -r,_ James O. Craig:, principal Oft ''Those selected'rto serve are: ', Association of County Commissioners. I I Bunnell property owners will
:;': ,>';,.,c Bunnell High School,- has ..an.fi Dennis Clay, Butch Wilson, The Campaign Planning Committee I' Mr. Wickline Is also I pay on a 7-mill tax levy this
Charles Morrison,; Dale Abbott, named from the serving as one of the directorsof the'
Bounced that the-Board: of Pub. Flagler year, according to tentative
.., ; : .tic Instruction of:Flagler Countyf Tom,Duncan, Janice Seale, Johnnie County Democratic Executive J the association,, and attendeda budget adopted by the city commissioners '

;>., *:. has approved several changes i. Ruth Miller and Sandra> Committee, met Friday night; director's meeting held in Tuesday. It is expected

> .. in the academic':.requirements: Owens. and made plans to open a eam'pafgn I Jacksonville last Thursday. that a permanent budget
I for the November The election of officers will be will
,lor graduation frem Bunnell headquarters be adopted next Monday
! 'High School. I Local Hospital I I election. The headquarters held at the Association. Convention night. .
',: :: This action, Mr.Craig; said, : will be opened in the Rice I, to be held in' lJakelandNovember The lower millage rate was ,

''1;: : '- has served to enrich the curriculum Building, corner of Moody Blvd. 13-16. brought about by raising property ,

t '" content to the degree 'that Celebrates FifthAnniversary and Bay St. f assessments to approximately

'' -'J it may now offer: special prepa : M. B, Fuller .was named as t tI Little 50 per cent of value,
',' 'ration to those students who campaign chairman for Flagler Change and transferring from the water

F >' plan ot study'for the professions, I I County for the general election I fund a sufficient amount to -retire

engineering, modem scientific; The Flagler Clinic.. and Hospital campaign. *, In County Tax four $1,000 waterworks

r ,. fields; and enriched ,liberal arts. is' celebrating. ,fifth anniversary The Executive Committee had I I bonds. with accrued interest. .
z \- in colleges and u@y rslties. this week, Adminis I r met on August 25 at which, time Roll This YearThere This Is the last year that'the

f: .- "In addition to," he continued; trator Homer Bentley' today. it endorsed all Democratic party I city will pay off $4,000 of bonds.
,,- .. "the regular diploma which will : A five-bed clinic;was built in j nominees, national, state and is little change in the Next year, and thereafter, it will -

: h meet all of the 'minimum requirements -: 1955 by Dr. John M. Canakaris. '!;county. At that, time committee j county tax roll from last year. require 5,000 and accrured in- -

e :>t:' for college entrance, i Today it Is a modren 32-bed Ai, members said they felt the The roll will be $9,917,650, only terest each. until the bonds are
t ,Bunnell High will offer this !I hospital with a nursery, x-ray best interest of*the people ofj about one per cent above retired. .
1 year and succeeding years the I facilities, delivery loom, operating I I Florida-and oft all Southern !I It rent assessments, D.p. cur-I, I There is outsatnding now $39- ;
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l College Preparatory Diploma. ;+ room, emergency rooms, recovery j t I States-could best be served by' tax assessor said today. I 000 of bonds. After this year, '

f '. This diploma will,.be awardedonfy I Ir I room, modern doctors [Democratic leaders, and they'S At a meeting of the board of I I paying them off at a rate of:
I Ic. and
k 2 'to those students who taker offices lobby, reception I II voted to give their all-out support 'I county commissioners Monday: I i$5,000 a year all bonds will be
r;...l. additional college.. preparatory I room. Additions have been in the campaign to elect the roll was adopted. It In- retired in 1968.Anticipated -

; w 'courses. made each year .since the- 1955 all party nominees.At I cludes $3,998,295 of non-exempt receipts In the ., .!
f-, "Students who wish to earn beginning. :. the meeting Friday night };property, and $3,179,250 'of per budget are $69,696. for general. -- -

,: z!- the College Preparatory Diploma i From a staff of,six employees the planning committee said sonal;,. property. Railroad, and operations; $34000*: for waterworks .

l.:1: ," Mr. Craig said{"roust meet'I I in 1955 the hospital now- ,employs the county headquarters will beopened utilities assessments.' dropped fund (this includes $14 '
'- ..teethe1o4lewing: requirements: four I'I '33, Mr. Bentley: said it has I I September 24. In connection I$10,000 to $796,71Q.The r 220 carried over, and $5,560 for '
}.. ..fF. units -oltEnglishwo; units of '.an average of 850ladmissions a j with thei-opening, a buffet board also adopted a I bond service. '

f physical educatio*one unit: of II I year with an out p t ; United States history, one unit almost double: that: number. .I all county tract Demo- 'employees which: allows five I fund to interest and sinking of ;

'of either _civics or world history ;I The..hospital is under the di-.i I cratic party nominees; office days per' ear In addition. five $5389 leaves/as ..a reserve In the '

'auditor;! :girls, -op,.. ""i, #. ,home j I sect WpjD&prvC akaxis. The'I holders-knd: con aittee-members- holidays; established. **.by.the I I water' 'f nd.-$8,83fc :. "
-- ;' e riOi les:' "; "administrator Is'Heaaer: JL Bentley I along with them wives and or board last WInter. City Clerk L. H. Drady said
"In addition to these requirements i;[ who has been with the hospital husbands will' bd invited. This A survey'. of the proposed I I that the tax agent for the Florida

t ," the principal said, "can- 1 I the past six months. I[wil The the kick-off for the campaign i rights of way to reconstruct East Coast Railway agreed

t 1 didates for the' College Preparatory 'l ,Pictures of the 1955. clinic. and !I opening in this county. Kings Road.'was. approved and I f that the 50 per cent of-true val
i. Diploma, must take an ad'I''I'i. .today's: modern, hospital on page The. committee' also planned I title search was ordered. ue assessment, and that the company .
} tional seven units from the [six of this issue. .!l to hold a countywide The board 'took under studya would pay taxes on that

f fields, of i higher mathematics,'I Flagler Beach during October.I I request by Flagler Clinic and basis
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; science, and foreign, languages CHORAL The date will be set later. Hospital for' federal matching I The assessment roll contains

"Of .these, seven additionalunits' "I IFLAGLER '.I'funds to buy-an emergency electric ![$1,567,335 of non-exempt property ..
f '* he stated, "it is required l I I Bureau'Is i generator for operating use. ; $856,500 of exempt (home
A Flagler Civic ,Choral Credit
Group !I
of each of stead and other and
that;a.. minimum two I ); $611,392
was organized last ,I
Tuesday evening
math and science and one'9f i of personal property, making a *

..' foreign' language> ,be taken. For The by theme Miss'of Emily the group Gage. will Approved 'by I Herldng; Opening I!total of $3,035,227 on the roll. "' ,
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l example: a student may.have; ,
!be basically a Christmas Program I Leesburg Office : .
f j: (Continued on -page 8) to be presented. on Sunday Business. Group I Ii Fifth District' ..
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t evening before Christmas, on i Congressman A. Sydney Her I
I December '18. At a combined business and ,t long, today --announced that he <
j Beach Residents f We also hope to work on some social meeting last Thursday I'I will open hil:.Fifth District office Republican Vote

I other'.types of music. Rehearsals night In.t. e community ',center I I in Leesburg on Monday, < .
3 i.Injura'd in Car-Truck I will be held In the Flagler Recreation I 1 I building the Bunnell Business September 1Congressman} On September 27
men's Association approved 'a I I Herlong is remaining ,
Center on Tuesday evenings
:, Collision Tuesday r 7 to 8" ,o'clock. I credit bureau plan for Bunnell. in Washington for a Because of the death of the '.
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Anyone wishing to' Join and The plan had been evolved by few days to lear his desk before Republican nominee for Congress '
Mrs. Kathryn: Gresham and 4 >>
t the' association's board of directors returning', to Florida. in the Fifth Congressional '
sing In tiiis chorus, please
Miss Carolyn 'Preston, of Flagler'f contact ,
previously.The While hen Florida, his of since the May primary, '
'Beach were seriously Injured In ,Miss Emily Gage, telephone, pistrict .
plan provides that only fice in will be a special election Is
coHtelon on CanalRoad HEmlock 9.2088 or come to theRecreation Washington openas primary or-
truck
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t a car' Beach Center In Flagler members of ,the association in I usual.Committee. ..Y dered to be held on Tuesday, .
in Daytona Tuesday
f' %. Beach on TU-es4ay-evening. I good standing are -entitled to I I II September 27, in all countis in ;
aa'oot .use facilities of the credit agen- i I the Fifth District. i
t 'Mrs-Creaham 'Is In the Hall Sponsors
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I I cy. It also provides foa small' A legal advertisement Is published ;
: :x-- Hospital for' treatment of
If
I < yearly fee for the service. Mar; in this issue of The Tri ..,. ;
serioufi I White
Preston and
Injuries hiss
t ,Halifax Lions.Annuai chants here believe it will be of Rummage bune from Secretary of State. '- !i
Hospital
admitted to
was : '
f/ considerable benefit to both Elephant Sale R. A. Gray on, call by the Gov ::;' I
I : and was later transferred
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Fishing Tourney buyer and seller. ernor ordering the election. Inf \
r, to the. Orange: GeneralHospitali I white'eie.
of and -
I Howard Wisehaupt Flagler A rummage event only one candidate for the .
r.> Oriaadex; Sbe,was reported to I.Beach, a nationally known lecturer phant sale will be' held on Sep office qualifies the election will -t
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f. ,be.swftwing,ffo ,serious. head For Small FryThe I
; .. to business groups for the, tember 23 ;an,d24 in the space not be held, but if it becomesa
f injury, rand at press time she I past 25 years was guest speaker next to the Flagler Beach post three-cornered race it may be ;

was still IB; _a' ,coma. I Bunnell LIons Club wjll to the combined group of office, Isla Kester said today. It necessary to hold a second jri- -., r-
Gffcam Is.'the wife of '
Mfc.
'Gary Graskam.of Flagler' Beach.Both .' !stage its annual, ashing tourney I I members, and their wives. Is the ,space :.formerly occupiedby !mary'' on Tuesday, October 4, ;l---; -
for children In the age group I Mr. Wisehaupt spoke on cooperation the City Hall. Gray's office said. '
MIL Gresham and Miss through the sixth grade at Lake I in 'competition. He This is DoUear Dividend Project I -
'rre ton 'are. daughters of Mr.
I Lucille Saturday, September 10.1 emphasized the point that no of the Flagler Woman's Club
,and J. D, Preston of, of
'Mrs. : Flag-
from 9 ton A.M_ I community can progress ,as it, sponsored by,Mrs.. Kester, Mrs. Membership .
; s ler' Beach. There will":be prizes for both should 'without cooperation ,by Esther Heydt, and Mrs. Esther ';

boys and, girls fen: the following; all segments of ,its population.He Junengliag, and the proceeds Florida Planters ':
n GRADUATES' FROM For smallest fish for the most : said also that responsibilityfor of the sale vdl\ go to make pay To Hold '
Meeting
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NAVY BOOT CAMP fish caught and for the largestone bringing growth to a com ments OR the club building ,(
''s., Charles''H:'ftobson, son of Mrs. caught munity usually is the work of mortgage. The annual meeting of the /':'

x Luey-, 'Robeen.. of, Fkigler Beach,, Fishingworms and refreshments a few'PeoPle in the community. According to' a classified ad membership,of Florida Planters, '
graduated. from recruit trainingAugust win be furnished by the I Other business transacted by vertteeroent, tie girls are askingfor Ino, will l>e held In the Rotary

19,at the Naval. Training. club but the contestants must I the gro p Included reports from "ANYTHING you don't. Roompcf,ti Hastings Civic Center .
Carter at San, Biego, Calif. furnish their own tackle. I I committees on economic devel* want.", Anyone,having anythingto #astings, Florida, at 2 P.iL

Th*'graduation marked the The lake' is located in front opment, membership,' finance, contribute'may. call HEmlock, Friifey September 9, 1960. .
end oC, nine ;weeks, of bOOt of the community building It 1 1t publicity and Christmas Project 9-2186.: Matters extreme importanceto -

eamji,". J iirdtafull' fees I Has 'lr est stocked and fertirtoed, j I Light refreshment were served '- :Mrs. Kester also said they 'the members are to be discussed :, :

p *al* and so there should be. plenty OIl immediately after the addw with to, espmc their appreekLto and acted upon by the '" '

tary ..... a' --1 1t 41 I fisk for the Bflp ; and grtts to I : by' Mr. Wise***!* by Dr.I to ,ludgi Duane: DeeR for membership, Secy.-Treas.. 'G.E.

tares; eateii that day.;. "I I and Mrs.. Allen Reynolds, use oC ftfce buikUng for the sale.I Lewis said today. _

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\ {: V:: 'VOLUME 48'.\ NO 35 .. "s ; **:;-BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, 'SEPT.8,1960Y': : $2.50..A.-;YEAR 1 1j

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::,": 1.:: :New Graduation: 'SCHOOL FLAGLER PATROL-BEACH-"'-;_ Democratic. : j j J'WICKLINE ON .:NOMINATING NAMED I CitY Tax Lev.s .1


; Requirements Set I The Flagler Beach i* Elementary Committee COMMITTEE I Cut to 7 Mills ,-
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School Patrol members
\ were selected I i I George Wickline has been ap-

> i I last week, Principal w.Fie pointed to serve on. the nominating For
This Year '
i;J';, < By School Board, Fennell' Jr., said today. -I t Campaign I I committee of the State I ::

t :, '. James 0. Craig, principal of 'Those selected:to serve are: Association of County Commis. Bunnell property owners will ',-
{ ,' ., Bunnell High 'ScJEool1. has announced I.t' I.Dennis Clay, Butch Wilson, The Campaign Planning Com I sioners. Mr. Wickline is also 1 1I pay on a 7-mill tax levy this ryear
Baard Charles MorrisonDale Abbott, named from the serving as one of the directors :.
mittee
r j. that the- _of Pub. Flagler I according to the tentative "
:, .tic Instruction of;Flagler County!Tom Duncan, Janla e Seale, John County Democratic Executive I I of the association, and attendeda I budget adopted by the city commissioners

! ."' : has approved several_ changes I nie Ruth Miller.- and Sandra' Committee, met' Friday night; 1 director's meeting held in I Tuesday. It is expect. ;

y:; ; In the academic ;,requirements Owens. and made plans to open a cam Jacksonville last Thursday.The ed that a permanent budget
' '. lor graduation from Bunnell I paign headquarters for ,the November election of officers will be will be adopted next Monday 'I
f High School. j Local Hospital I election. The, headquarters :held at the Association Conven- night. ,
; : This action, Mi. :Craig"' said,.' will be opened in the Rice'I Ition to. be held' In' Lakeland The lower millage rate was "

; ,*" : _' has served to enrich"the curriculum Building, corner -of Moody Blvd.I,[November 1316. brought about by raising prop- .., -
Celebrates FifthAnniversaty
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(that and Bay St. I -- --- assessments to
f content to the degree erty approxi :)
-I' it may now offer special preparation I M. B.. Fuller was: named as i Little mately 50 per cent of value, I
t'-1 to those 'students who campaign chairman for Flagler' ChangeIn and transferring from the ,water ,: I
'
: plan ot study for the professions, I County for the general election!I fund a sufficient amount to retire ':
' 'engineering, modem; scientific The Flagler Clinic and Hospital campaign. v, J. County Tax four $1,000 waterworks :i\

r ; fields, and enriched liberal, arts is' celebrating; its fifth anniversary The Executive'Committee had bonds. with accrued interest. ':
.:* ,; in colleges and universities. this week Administrator met on August 25 at which time Roll This YearThere This is the last year that'the' !
f "In addition, to,":he'continued, Homer Bentley today.A it endorsed all Democratic party I city will pay off $4,000 of bonds.
: "the regular diploma which will five-bed clinic twas built in i nominees, national, state and is little change in the Next year, and thereafter, it will :
\ meet all of the 'minimum requirements 1955 by, Dr. John M, Canakaris. county. At that time committee ] county tax roll from last year.The require 5,000 and accrured in. ';
\ for college entrance, i,Today it is a modren 32-bed I members said they 'felt the roll will be $9,917,650! only j terest each until the bonds are
t Bunnell High will offer this I,hospital with a 'nursery', x-ray best interest of''the people of I about one per cent above I retired. :i'I '

1 f year and succeeding.. years, the;,facilities, delivery zoom, operat .Florida-and oft all Southern rent assessments, D.l;>. cur-I, I There is outsatnding now $39 A':
\\ College Preparatory- Diploma. ing room, emergenCY rooms, recovery I:States-could best be served by! tax assessor said today. I 1!000 of bonds. After this year,

; This diploma will, be awarded I room, modern' doctors' I Democratic leaders, and they!, At, a meeting of the board of I I paying them off at a rate of 'i,
i -'\ onfy to those students' who take offices, lobby, and reception i voted. to give their all-out sup' county commissioners :Monday, 1+I$5,000 a year all bonds will. be ;
I I'J :room. Additions have been in the campaign to elect (! ''retired
J.- _i additional college preparatory port the roll was adopted. It includes in 1968.Anticipated :
'J courses. ,. I made each year since the:1955 all party nominees. j I $3,998,295 of non-exempt i receipts in ,the

/ "Students who wish to earn i beginning.From At the' meeting Friday night j I property, and $3,179,250 of' personal budget are $69,696 for general j

t ,:'5, the College Preparatory Diplo- I a staff of.six: employeesin the planning committee said property. Railroad and ;. ,operations; $34,000 for waterworks .
:: r' ma," ,Mr. Craig said, "must meet. 1955 the hospital now employs the county headquarters will be utilities assessments_ dropped fund (this includes $14,-
i .- the):ioUewing requirement four I 33. 'Mr.. Bentley said it'has'l I opened September 24. In connection $10,000' to $796,71Q. .i 220 carried over, and $5,560 for ;
;?: units t# gllsh,-")two units off an average of 850=. I with the,opening, a: buffet ; The board also adopted a J bond service.

i physical education;:'jone unit of I' year with an out-'pient load of j i supper _is planned to which 1:sick leave policy for county, The transfer from the water i
I t' United Spates history, one unit almost ,double that number. all county and district Demo. 'I employees which'' allows five fund to interest and sinking of 'i

;- :of ,either ,civics_or world history Theyhospital- Is 'under the directorship -1 I cratic party? npminees, office II III I days per. ear in addition to five $5,389. Iaves.as.A.reserve in the J

; !L f.U\J.... ,. Jt. Q i' .ot ir-.;.,Cgal zis.' The.anlintrnti holdersand conjajtttee;members,. holidaysestabllshedTbythe? water fund $8,831:? : = .1
e...... ...,' 2 c1 >r,'is Becm.R. Bentley with theirs "'
:!' U ;/l.' I along wives and or board last\Vfnter.: City Clerk L H. Drady said 1 1I
1- "In addition to: these, requirements 1i who has been with the hos husbands will be! invited. ThisI I A survey of the proposed I that the tax agent for the Flor I

i ," the principal said, "can pital the past six: months.Pictures I f I wil lbe the kick-off for the- campaign i iI i.rights of: Way to reconstruct J ida East Coast Railway agreed !
t didates for the College Prepara : of the 1955 clinic andtOdayis I opening in this county. I Kings Road was approved and that the 50 per cent of-true value :

f tory ]Diploma, must take an ad. I'I'f modern hospital on page' The. committee : also plannedto I I title search was ordered. assessment, and that the company I
tlonal seven units from the six of this issueFLAGLER : l hold a countywide rally at The board took under study would pay taxes on that t j
t fields ,of higher mathematics,'I Flagler Beach during October. I I I request by Flagler Clinic and basis
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science, .and foreign languages. II CHORAL The date will be set later. I Hospital for ,federal matching The assessment roll contains

; "Of these j seven additional' t GROUP ORGANIZED funds to buy:an emergency elec. $1,567,335 of non-exempt prop'I'f'I'
units"", he stated, "it is required l[, : I tric generator for operating use. erty; $856,500 of exempt (
A Flagler Civic Choral Credit BureauIs
.,, that:a'minimum of two each of Groupwas stead and, other); and $611,392 1 1I
math and 'science and one 'pf organized last Tuesday eve'. I of personal property, making a i iII
[ ,foreign language be taken. For ning by Miss Emily Gage. Approved !I Herldng {Opening total of $3,035,227 on the roll.F..th j
The theme of the group will II f
example: a student ,may have
f. 1 1t t
!be basically Christmas
a Program iLeesburg Office
t (Continued on 'page 8) Business = '
Group
to be presented on Sunday District !
.j I evening before Christmas on Congressman A. Sydney Her. f
At, a combined business and I long, today : Announced that he
December 18.
Beach Residents ]! We,also hope to,work on "someother social meeting last Thursday' I will open hii\Fifth District office ,Republican Vote i
r I I night in the community center in Lee on Monday,
types of music. Rehearsals urg .
;; Tnjur diIi.CarTruck. i I will be held in the Flagler Rec.. I building Association, the Bunnell Businessmen's September 12Congressman;: On September 27 :
approved a Herlong Is remaining
reation Center: on, Tuesday evenings ,
Collision Tuesday I[ 7 to 8'o'clock.. I I credit bureau: plan ,for Bunnell. in Washington for a Because of the death of the
Anyone wishing to Join and The plan had been evolved bythe few days to clear his desk before I Republican nominee for Congress .
; Mrs Kathryn Gresham and \
.
.
assoclail n's board of directors returning to Florida. in the Fifth Congressional
f Miss Carolyn Preston of Flagler sing in tills chorus, please contact
( ,Beach-were. seriously injured ina Miss Emily Gage, telephone: previously. While he isin! Florida, his of- District since the May primary,
The plan, provides that only flee in will be a special election is
t :'car:truck, collision on canal' HEmlock 9-2068 or come to :the Washington.. openas primary or.
members of the association in usual. dered to be held on Tuesday,
Road in Daytona Beach,Tuesday Recreation Center In :Flagler !
afternoon Beach on Tuesday-evening.: I good standing are, entitled to September 27, in all courttis in
: .
use facilities of the credit .agen.I the Fifth District. J
,' is in the Halifax Committee
t Mrs.'Greshatn Sponsors
!> I cy. It also provides for a small A legal advertisement is pub
I .. Hospital 'for treatment of, yearly fee for the service. Mar lished in this issue of The Tri t
serious inju & Miss Preston Lions Annual and White
chants here believe it will, be of Rummage bune from Secretary of State '
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'admttted' Halifax
Hos
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considerable benefit to both I Ibuyer' Elephant Sale R. A. Gray on call by the Governor
t tt 'pltai'and ,was later transferred I
and seller. orderJng the election. In !
Fishing
i i'.' ,'" ,, te the Change. General Hospital Tourney Howard Wisehaupt( Flagler i A rummage' and white elephant event only one candidate for the i
Stole '
.,;in Orlando.: was, reported tohe Beach a nationally: known lecturer i sale will be held on Sep office qualifies, the election will
f ,- ... 'suffering<< iron*,serious head For Small, FryThe for thepast i in the '
to business groups tember 23 (an d24 space not be ,held,- but if it becomesa 4
time
injury; ',and', at' press she 25 years, was guest ,speak next to the Flagler Beach post three.com red race it may be
I wag s4U in a'cama.: Bunnell Lions Club will er to the combined group of office, Isla Keeter said today. It necessary to hold a second primary "
,Gram is the wife of
Mis stage its. annual fishing, : their wives. the formerly occupied :- !
tourney I members and is space : on Tuesday, October 4,
: :Ga r; foam' of Flagler''Beack.Both for children in the age group Mr. Wteehaupt spoke on cooperation by' the City ')(all. Gray's office said.Membership.
.Mrs.' Gresham and;Miss !! through, the sixth grade at Lake 'in competition. He This is Deltear Dividend Project I .
Pieaton axe.' daughters' of Mr.. Lucille Saturday, September'10, emphasized the point that no I -,of ,the Flagler Woman's Club
and Mrs. .J. D. Preston of. Flag- from 9 to 11 A.K.. community: can: p ogrees".as it:I sponsored by )Irs. Kester, Mrs. of I
ter" Beaeh.GRADUATES'- There ,will be!' prizes lor both should without cooperation by Esther Beydt. and Mrs. Esther
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a u- J ', boys.andgiclg fer the following; all segments of ,its population.I I Junengling. and the proceedsof Florida Planters: _
FROMI For smallest: fish, for ,the, most He said also, that responsibilityfor I the sale will go to make payments To Hold "
'NAVY BOOT CAMP fish caught ,and; far the largest bringing growth to a :community on the" club building Meeting -
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: V.:,' Charles$ H, Robson, SOB' of Mrs.' one caughtFisfairifc : usually is tie work of mortgage. The annual meeting of the

f. Lwy Robson' of Flagler Beach.., ; worms :and refreshments a few' people in the community. According to a classified, ad'vertisement I membership of Florida Planters,
graduated; from recruit training will be furnished by' the Other !'business transacted by the. girls are asking Inc:, will be held In the Rotary
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August IS.at: the:Naval :Training dub but the contestants must the group included'reports, from for "ANYTHING you don't Room, of the Hastings Civic Center
Cstrier at San ego, Calif.. furnish their own tackle.- eomraitteee on economic, development want.". Anyone,having anythingto Hastings, Florida, at 2 P..JrL, '
'The 'gmdnatteii marked the The :au".1s :toeated in .frent membefip,' finance, centribttte 'may call HEmlock Friday, September 9, 1960. j
*.4 of.;' nine weeks_ of -"boot of fee -community 'building.. It publicity and Cbfatow P**eet.Light 92186. Matters of extreme importance '

owfe" wag a.,full dtesspeiede t has:'beep stocked ,aDd Jetti ed,I "wfreshmeB**' weave. MV-- ',Mrs Raster, also said they to the members are to be disused
t : and fircfrpr before, xriiftary so thare- ihottld be plenty of' ed 'immediately.H. the ad wish to Hpfatg their appreelatfon and acted upon by* the

;' ..... ,_..,_H.--": ... ftafc 'toe ,the'.i.**; and grife, to' drca+ by Mr.. Whehaupt by Dr. 'to .Judge' Duane Dee for membership, Secy.-Treas.. ''.G.E.I .
tam'" 4 _eaten, that day. .I,and Mr, 4lka -....... use of the bunging for.the sale. I Lewis said. today. -
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Floridian's '
Wage CONSERVATION NEWS Medieval: theologians ,believed'i ---) _. '-' -";-.or --- "

the fires of_hell lay beneath the ,; :

Total for 1959 Is :By Tilmon W. ,JIobIaaoB' surface of, the earth. Present-. (7CRAIG .

: SCS technicians have'recentlyassisted I day scientists agree that It's hot' FUNERAL HOME ; ,;

Lewis Wadsworth in I down there. Workers descendingin .,..

Shown Over 1958 "the eradication of rough fish I mines have found the temperature. -) A. H.:CRAIG "- '
which will -
from farm pond
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about one :
be stocked with bass and bream. r ,r JOHN. HARDIN. Associate ? \ '
Floridians received a total of; every 60 feet of depth. ? f
$5,619,000,000, ; In wages and salaries ,' The bream will be put .in the AIR ..4 LADY tOXYGEN, -' I

Last year, up 10 per, cent pond this .fall, and the fingerling CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
bass will be stocked next Louis XVI is' credited \VIth : ATTENDANTPhone ,
over 1958 which, in turn 'was 8 AMBULANCES j
popularizing the Irish potato-- .
per cent over 1957, the, Florida<<; spring. Farm ponds will .also. be ". p /
but
not by eating them, by
State Chamber of Commerce stocked with bass and bream ID
re 7-3532 _
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f wearing a ,bloom in his buttton- r'
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ports. : for Harry .B, McKinney and T.R. ,
Godwin.E. I hole. 201 E. MOODY BLVD. .. BUNNELL. FLORIDA I
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"This .wage-salary' gain in I -- ...
Florida compares favorably with A. Hunter of Espanola baled

an.'8 per: cent national average. ," hay with the district's'hay rake.

the trade! body poInted. out, week.and hay baler during the.. past i I I"" AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO : 'r' j

UGalns'were chalked ,up.in all R.\V.. Cody and Walter Knight i

principal types of employment were busy the past week plant- :I I r

in Florida. The payrolls of ing coastal bermuda and parr i SERVICEMcDANIEL'S' BUILDING SUPPLIES I FLOOR COVERING -
wholesale' and establishments '
retail gola grass pastures. 'i ,
as a group, led the list .:Mike and Louis Steflik recently I WICKLINE Tilecraft Company

with 'a!total of.$1,276,000,000; last completed construction on a I II Service Station' Building; Supplies : "LET ys FLOOR ,,YOU"'

year, .up''11, per cent over 1958.. drainage ditch on their farm. 1 Armstrong & Kentile
I STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS: CEMENT, CEMENT BLOCKS'STEEL
I Sold and Installed ,
second
"Ranking were govern
ment payrolls which amountedto 1958. The national Increase was I Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs I All Work Guaranteed
Flagler Beach' HE 9-2254 1 ,
Bunnell ID 7-7119 I Ormona Beach ,OR 7.3181
$$1,205,000,000, up 5 per cent 11 per cent. I -
Service establishments paid i ; .
This'amount covers the federal FURNITURE
_civilian payroll in Florida; of $767 million in wages and salaries i Biddle Gulf' ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION CLEANERS

$263 millions up 4 per: cent; 'federal : a gain of 8 per cent Included BUNNELL Ormond Bedding and t
military payroll of $326 in this classification were GULF TIRES & BATTERIES I CLEANERSEVERY Furniture Co.

million, down one per cent; and hotels, motels and like establishments Open 7 A.M.-tO: P.M.-'I Days .1 CLEANING Substantial Discounts on AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE
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state and local payrolls together with a combined pay- State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190_ SERVICE $10 Tradein Covers Down .Payment

,of,$579 million, up 11 per cent. roll of $101 million, 'up .6 percent I Open Dally S to 6 I R. S. ROB NBERRY, Owner
and places of amusementwith I Colonial Service''Station CLOSED THURSDAY NOON 68 Granada, Ormond Beh. OR 7-6411
Phone ID 7-3188
"Manufacturing plants paid payrolls of $51 million, up / ,
wages and salaries to $796 mil. 11 per cent"Building EARL E. RICE. 'ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION I 115 N Bay St. Bunnell GARDEN SHOP .

lion, 20 per ,cent more than in contractors paid Gray's Garden Center
MOTOR TUNE-.UP I CONCRETE PRODUCTS
employes $578 million, a gainof Headquarters for Gardening Need.
GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES Ceramics Gifts. Dry Arrangement
10 per cent Payrolls of financial Your ] Materials
CLASSIFIEDADS U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELLGET "Q" For Concrete
Institutions,, insurance Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizer
companies and real estate firms YOUR GOBOYand Dial CL 3.8113 I TORO LAWN MOWERS

came ,to a total of $338 million, ; make Carts with McCullock, DAYTONA BEACH 147 omoka.Avenue-PU. OR 7-0511

up 15 per cent. Transportationfirms West Bend, or Clinton Engines. ORMONP

Lifting under, this heading are paid $327 million to employees Tires and Cart accessories atCORBETTS Quillian's Concrete, .Inc. HARDWARE
3 eenta per word each Insertion up 9 cent Com SUNOCO SERVICE
75 cent la minimum charge. per r STORES' Bunnell Farmers Supply Co..
munications firms and public STATION .
:FOR SALE-1953 Chevrolet' Station DRUG JOHN DEERE
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utilities had combined Bunnell'
a payrollof Tel. ID 7.7123 Agricultural&Industrial Equipment
Wagon, engine Just over .
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$158 million, up 11 cent STEEL
hauled' good condition.. PhoneID "Farm mployees'amed per $103 Hall's Atlantic Station Anderson a, Drug= -- "StorePrescriptions Bars &Shapea Hot & Cold Rolled-
7-3659 Sept 8-tfc "' Black'&Galvanized Pipe & Fitting
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million, a 6 per cent increase. Jack Hall Proprietor LAWN MOWER REPAIRS .

FOR SALE-2 bedroom house Mining payrolls amounted to -.GASOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesACcessories Sick Room Supplies' DEEM, RD. Phone V* 73148
$38 million, up 6 per cent Miscellaneous Sundries
with Con- I
separate garage, on
.,' necticut Ave., Flagler: Beach. items accounted for ROAD SERVICE BUNNELL THAT FAMOUS PAINT

:: .Reasonable. HE 92004. 9.8-ltp the $33 million balance. All fig BUNNELL TeL ID 72652 Exclusively at
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'- ures are. before 'deductions for Moody's I ,
; FOR SALE-1955 Cadillac, air-, social insurance.", Sullivan's Gulf Service PharmacyFlagler ; I FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE
County's Corner Drug Store
,- .." conditioned, excellent condition, GULF : ..
PRESCRIPTIONS .
windows, seats, brakes. '
power FREE PAINT
GASOILSLUBRICATIONTll1EBTUBeSACCESSOR1ES
Flagler Beach HE 9-2103
Phone, ID 7-3659 Sept 8-tfc DRUqS-SUNDR
One extra gallon of your choice '
Beach Information
.t-... FOR RENT-Unfurnished 2 bedroom with each gallon ,you buy "Specializing Clean Rest In Rooms"In Service and FOUNTAIN SERVICE Village, Hardware Center
Bunnell Fla. Phone ID HOUSE PAINTS
.:;:' duplex apartment: Call Mary Carter, Paint Store The Heart of Flaglor Beach 7-3661
Match and mix
any color
r; ID 7-3301 Sept 8-ltc ORMOND
Alao Weatcata shopping Center AUTO REPAIRS' PRESCRIPTION Builder's Supplies Kitchenwrtre-
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want for .rummage and white Shields Service Station Room \SuppliesSundries24Hour AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420

elephant sale Sept '23 and 24" y Arcadius Habel. Mechanic Prescription Service

Flagler Beach post ,officebldg: t iYE 6orS COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS Free. Delivery in Flagler Beach JEWELER

Woman's Club' Dollar Dividend 061 M1 Right:Now We'll Overhaul and Rt. A1A '1 m!. North of
>= Repair Your Power MowerNo ORMOND BEACH-TeL OR 7-1661 O. F.. BEACH
i Project: of, Esther".Heydt, Esther Job Too Big Or Tbo Small Jeweler -

Junegling, Isla Kester. Phone 111 No. Bay St. Bunnell Thompson Pharmacy Elgin Watches-DiamondS

HE 9.2186 Sept 81522FOR .- EDGAR'S GARAGE Your Health Is Wealth Exceptional Gifts

TRY A' Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS
Watch
X SALE OR TRADE-((1) 20 NEWS PER 24-Hour Towing Service Repairs-Engraving

foot cubic, G.E;. Deep Freeze. COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS In Our Hands 46 W. Granada OR 7-2384 Ormond Beach. .

Phone ID 73392. Sept l-8-2tc Automatic Transmission Service Ormond Drug .,A Prescription Shop
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Wheel Balancing-Front' End -!141 W. Granada-Ormond 7-1421 PAINTING CONTRACTOR >.
FOR .SALE-5 room masonry 'AlIgnment
240 'Granada Ormond-OR 7-0883
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constructed d home; furnished. Il Flagler Beach Sundries Moody
}' builtin garage, close to school AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION

and shopping district For information .', SEALTEST ICE CREAM
ID YOU'RE RIGHT WHY HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC PAINTING -
I call 7-3303 after,5 joose SLEEP USE
.. SERVICE SCHOOL SUPPLIES' '
P.M. THE NEWSPAi R .1:
Sept. 1-tf Phone ID 7-3240

T RepairingRebuilding Notions--Souvenirs' BUNNELL, FLORIDA
SEPTIC cleaning reasonable Central !FUrlda' first .peclallt in
rates.. George-Jarosz Phone AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS
', 1239 Ridgewood Holly Hill GILL.DRUG COMPANY RADIO-TELEVISION J'
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ID 7-3410 6-16-12-8-tp L OR 7-1381
Walgren AgencyPRESCRIPTIONS PAUL'S RADIO & TV .
JUST ARRIVED! BAR AND PACKAGE STORE Atenna Sales & Installations
New Melodlgrand' Spinet Pianos Ac trstCOtJOMICAI I
FLAGLER BEACH Authorized Sales RCA Victor ,
Sick
Room Sundries
$445.00, Easy Terms Thompson Supplies -
HOTEL BAR We repair all otter TV A Radio
19 sets
W. Grana.a.ve -ormobd tfeachOR
Music,..Ce.,.135 Volusla Ave., Daytona -, 7-3230 1370 Ocean Blvd-AlA
Beach. CL '2-8215. "The Meeting Place
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Ormond
*Beach OR 7-2852,
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April 7.tf, (tTlr JlagirrMRS IrlkxxBUNNBLIh i of FJagler County" FLORISTS .'. -

"Jim CJBd Yvonne Sergiag"
FOR SALE-lfePje ideal lots on FLe4419A NURSERY -
BAMBOO. Blacks Flower Shop. -
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North ,:MooWte_ to school,
paved ...In town, needs BAR & COCKTAIL 2 blocks west of Railroad on Wagon Wheel Nursery .
Meet noy' M.,B. ,FULLER, Editor LOUNGE Shade Trees. Potted Plants
filling! Ready io build on. ,Coy Moody, turn right on :Forsythe Shrubs .
G. Harris.: Open :Under New Msaegeaaeat
.. 1-21-tf Dealtraa" elelai F.bIkSIN._ Flowers for All Ocaesloas. l 1.000 plants tree r .one with every
Petite of Come In and Get Acquainted dollar you spend. Thousands of
for FUgle
-NX *T r ->r -Tfv > Jl'e-tIHa.
Bunnell ID 7-3348 rarities
Phone at reduced prices. Best in
.T JOHNSTON'SFLAGLSR Coaiitj., M.al.lpallt4esai ,tfcorete Ocean Blvd AlA Flafler Beach I town. -
tBOTTLE S4S S. II.S. I Ilwy, Ormond Heath
Slte' ......
fee .1 *,
BiWiCH REALTY : J JlARRIS' FUEL
CO,. GAS \ OILKING'S TRAVEL '
AGENCY .
.. LOTS HOMES: ,:'OCEAN FRONT ,.Iwa" _
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'9 teri ,'as,.rr. ad autNotFebrsnsy BOTTLE GAS
'j-: .W.ftoNT,, FARMS,' 'j .. TRUCK STOP ORMOND BEACH
.i.>Mnt the ".M BOTTLE'. or BULK
GES PHILLIPS 66 GAS V:::OILS
.. BiWM -or at: FLAOLEX couirrrs ONLY TRAVEL AGENCY, Inc.
.. _See.w Wf-Jp'wr"real estate ads .:wh 3i HOME. OWNED GAS OOMMKY. Delivery in the County on Air. Bus & Steamship Tickets

I' ;;;rX Ow l..1 ,HE942 "I PHONE ID T-35SJ PIieI Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fuel. Tours Domestic: and Airline Cruises YfcKeta"-World;Always,. Wide i

: 'Reifres': ID 7.1 .7391. OM. riU'==.: \, : :_ : JIIIp ,......:CoaIIt't Gww: Gasoline 7 I Available at ,no .Extra Ch are<< S
j ... l ; -' : ; .. f ... .. Next to Coquina Barns rtnond i
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Floridian's\y ge CONSERYATION 1 .Medieval theologians .believed t .---I -*.-... -r --- "

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the fires 'of_hell lay beneath the ,;
Total l for '19ft Is .By Tllman W. JRobiasoa surface of, the earth. Present J .

SCS technicians have recently day scientists agree that it's hot CRAIG ,FUNERAL HOME ; "

assisted Lewis Wadsworth in t down there. Workers descending 1 ,

Shown Over 1958, "the eradication of rough fish I in mines have found the tem-) i A. H. CRAIG.Funeral Director .

from a farm pond which will ture rises about one degreefor jop c
per, H RDIN. Associate :rf\ -
Floridians received a total of be stocked with bass and bream. f .every 60 feet of depth.. % '}

$5,619,000,000 in wages and salaries The bream 'will be put in the AIRCONDITIONED,...'a- LADY. ": OXYGEN: ,r I

Jest ,year, up 10 per cent pond this fall, and the ,fingerling : I I EQUIPPED _
Louis
XVI is- credited \yith
over 1958 which, in turn 'was 8 bass will, be stocked next = 1 APELA'ITENDA1iT. AMBULANCES \
popularizing the Irish potato .
spring. Farm ponds will also be w
per cent over 1957, the Florida
stocked with bass arid- bream t not by eating them, but by
State Chamber of Commerce. reV: Phone ID 7-3532 ,, '
his buttbn1
wearing a bloom in "
ports. < ;I for Harry .B. McKinney and T.R. j .
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Godwin. hole. 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL, FLORIDA

"This -wage-salary gain ,':'in' 1 .- L

Florida compares: favorably with E. A. Hunter of Espanola baled j .
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an '8 per cent national average," hay with the district's hay rake, '

the trade body pointed out week.and hay baler during the' past f AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO .r j


"Gains were chalked up in, all R.W. Cody and Walter Knight

principal types of employmentin were busy the past week planting I "

.Fl r da. The payrolls .of coastal bermuda and pan-. -. SERVICE BUILDING SUPPLIES FLOOR COVERING )
wholesale' and retail establishments :
gola grass pastures. .
,'as 'a group, led, the list Mike and Louis Stefllk recently McDANIEL'S: WICKLINE Tilecraft Company"LET zi :'

with a total' of'$1,276,000,000 last completed construction on a Service Station Building; Supplies:" ys FLOOR'-YOU

year, .up'11 per cent over 1958 drainage ditch on their farm. I STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS: CEMENT- CEMENT BLOCKS Armstrong & Keritiie

Sold and Installed-
"Ranking second were govern- Tires-Batteries-Minor STEEL
ment payrolls which ,amounted 1958. The national increase was Repairs I All Work Guaranteed
Beach 9-2254
Flagler HE
to $$1,205,000,000, up 5 per cent. 11 per cent.- Bunnell 'ID 7-7119 > ; i I Ormond Beach -OR 7.3181

This amount covers the federal Service establishments paid Biddle/ FURNITURE '
Gulf'Service
civilian payroll in Florida of $767 million in wages and sal CLEANERS

aries of 8 In- GASOILLUBRICATIONGULF Ormond Bedding and t
$263 million up 4 per cent; fed, a gain per cent 0I
\ BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY
eral military payroll of $326' cluded in this classification were TIRES & BATTERIES Furniture Co.

million, down one per cent; and hotels, motels and like eS Open 7 A..M.-10, P.M.-7 Days CLEANING Substantial Discounts on AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE

state and local payrolls together lishments with a combined b-1 State&Lambert US ,1-ID t-7190 SERVICE I $10 Tradein Covers Down .Payment

of$579 million, up 11 per cent. roll of $101 million, up 6 CLOSED Open Dally S to 6 I R. S. ROBENBERRY; Owner

cent and places of amusement Colonial Service''Station THURSDAY NOON 69 Granada, Ormond Beh. OR 7-4411
Phone ID 7-3188
"Manufacturing plants paid with payrolls of $51 million, up / -- -
wages and salaries to $796 mil. 11 per cent"Building EARL E. RICE. 'ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell GARDEN SHOP .

lion, 20 per ,cent more than in I contractors paid Grays Garden Center
MOTOR TUNE-UP CONCRETE PRODUCTS '
employes $578 million, a gainof Headquarter for Gardening Need.
GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIESU. Ceramics Gifts. Dry Arrangement
10 per cent. Payrolls of fin. Your For Materials
"Q" ConcreteDial
CLASSIFIEDADS HIWAT 1 BUNNELL ,
ancial institutions, insurance Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizer

companies' and real estate firms GET YOUR GOBOYand CL 3.8113 TORO LAWN MOWERS

came ,to a total of $338 million, make Carts with McCullock, DAYTONA BEACH 147 Tomoka, Avenue-Ph. OR 7-0511

,, up 15 per cent. Transportationfirms West Bend, or Clinton EngineS oRMoNr,

1.1.tlDp under, 3 cent per word each Insertion, ployees, up 9 per cent Com- CORBETTS SUNOCO SERVICE -
75 cents Im minimum charge. 1 Bunnell Farmers Supply Co-
munications firms and public STATION .
FOR DRUG STORES ,. JOHN DEERE
SALE-1953 Chevrolet-
utilities had a combined payrollof Bunnell Tel. ID 7.7123Hall's Agricultural&Industrial Equipment

tion Wagon, engine just over- $158 million, up 11 per cent : STEEL
hauled, good condition- PhoneID "Farm employees -pained $103 Atlantic StationJack ,Anderson, ,'' Drug t '-' Store, c BarsShapes: Hot & Cold RolledBlaGatanlzed

7-3659 Sept 8-tfc million, a 6 per cent increase. Hall,' Proprietor Prescriptions ,-- LAWN lOWER Pipe REPAIRS& Fittings-
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Mining payrolls amounted to -GASOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccessories ?- Sick Room Supplies. ,
DEEN
FOR SALE-2 bedroom house; RD. Phone JY'\ 7S14S
; with separate garage, on Connecticut $38 million, up 6 per cent Miscellaneous Sundries, ,
THAT
FAMOUS
Ave., Flagler: Beach. items accounted for ROAD SERVICE BUNNELL PAINT

Reasonable. HE 92004. 9.8.1tp the $33 million balance. All fig BUNNELL Tel ID 7-2652 Exclusively at .

} ures are before deductions for Moody's
PharmacyFlagler
FOR SALE-1955 Cadillac; air.w social Insurance." Sullivan's Gulf Service, FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE
County's Corner Drug Store
< conditioned, excellent condition, GULF
PRESCRIPTIONS
power .windows, seats, brakes. FREE PAINTOne GASOILSLUBRICATIONTIRESTUneSACCESSORIES Flagler Beach HE 4 9.2103'
Phone ID ''7.3659 Sept. 8-tfc DRUGS-SUNDRIES
extra gallon of your 'choice '
Beach Information
:t-; '" FOR RENT=;'Unfurnished 2 bed with each gallon you buy "Specializing Clean Rest in Rooms"In Service and FOUNTAIN SERVICE Village Hardware Center
Bunnell, Flo. Phone ID 7.3661 HOUSE PAINTS
_)''" .room duplex apartment Call Mary Carter, Paint Store The Heart of Flagler Beach
.'l-i.<.-." Match and mix any color
'::. ID 73304. Sept. 8-ltc
ORMOND
".. Also Westeate Shopping Center AUTO REPAIRS PRESCRIPTION. Builder's Supplies Kltchenwore-e- .
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Wanted ,ANYTHING you don't PHARMACY GIFTS GREETING CARDS

,' want for .rummage and white Shield's Service Station Sick Room ..Supplies-Sundries AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420

: elephant sale, Sept 23 and 24" Arcadiua HabeL Mechanic 24-Hour Prescription Service

Flagler Beach. post office->ldg4 t iIVE GOT COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS Free_ Delivery in Flagler BeachRt. JEWELER
S Right:Now We'll Overhaul and. AlA '1 mL North of
:. Woman's Club Dollar Dividend pRO81
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EMi O. F. BEACH
: Repair Your Power MowerNo ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661
Project of EstherHeydt, Esther Job Too Big Or Tbo Small Jeweler

..,"i' JunegHng, Isla. Kester. Phone 111 No. Bay SU Bunnell Thompson Pharmacy Elgin Watches-DIamondS

HE 9-2186 Sept 8-45.22FOR EDGAR'S GARAGE Your Health Is Wealth Exceptional Gifts
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SALE OR TRADE-((1) 20 NEW PAPER 24-Hour Towing Service Repairs-Engraving

foot cubic' G:B. Deep Freeze 46 W. Granada Ormond Beach
,COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS In Our Hands OR 7-2384
Phone ID 7-3392. Sept 1.8-2te Automatic Transmission Service Ormond Drag A Prescription Shop ..
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Wheel Balancing-Front End "I 1141 W. Granada-Ormond 7.1421 PAINTING ,CONTRACTOR
FOR .SALE-5 room masonry Alignment I
:-0 Granada Ormond-OR a' ,
constructed d home, furnished. 11 Flagler Beach Sundries R. Moody
builtin garage, close to school AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION

and shopping district For information : SEALTEST ICE CREAK
c Yeu Ri6HT,WHVt.oose HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC PAINTING .
ID ,
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SERVICE SCHOOL SUPPLIES
P.M. Sept 1-if THE NEWSPAPER Phone ID 7-3240
Repairing; RebuildingCentral Notions Souveairs' '
BUNNELL, FLORIDA
SEPTIC TANK cleaning reasonable )Iolerld.'* first specialists In I ,
rates. 'Phone AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS
George-Jarosz. < I
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ID 7-3410 6-16-12-8-tp OR 7-1381
"" Walgren AgencyPRESCRIPTIONS I PAUL'S RADIO & 'TV
JUST ARRIVE Dl I BAR AND PACKAGE STORE r Ateaaa Sales & Installations

;:T' New'*Melodlgrand' Spinet Pianos aw trsEtONOM1CAU FLAGLER BEACH I I
; Authorized Sales RCA Victor ,
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'$445.00, aSy',Terms; Thompson / Room Supplies- Sundries
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Music C..135 Voiusla Ave., Day. OR 7-5290
1370 Ocean Blvd -A1A '
F5 tona :Beach.- CL< '2.8215 "The Meeting Placeof I ,
OnaeBa OR':7.2852.
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,. '. ,April 7.tf! OJJjeMRS. ) 1sgltr iIril uw Flagler County" FLORISTS -
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paved needs no 1,(.,:s. ;:FULLER Editor LOUNGE Shodo Trees Potted Plants
filling.;Jle dy to build on. 'COy '. :Moody, turn right on Forsythe
Shrubs
Open Under New Mmagomont ,
... G. Harrfc 1-21-tf. De.Igaated OAeial Publication' Flowers for All OcagoionaBunnell 1.000 plants free: one with every
for PafcHe Wotleea ef FlaglerC.antT Come In and Get AcquaintedOcean dollar you spend. Thousands of I
Phone_ ID _7-33A8 varltlcs at reduced prices. Best ,In
IOHNSTON'SFuOLER' : MURleipaHtiee,thereto Blvd AlA, Flagler Beach 1 town.'
: I 548 s. IT.S. 1 ITwr. Ormond BenchTRAVEL
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-k ,BEACH REALTY CO. BOTTLE GASHAkRis I FUEL OILKING'S AGENCY

LOTS. iOWES.; OCEAN FRONT : ,mm, aecbad, etem uatt iorrLE GAS"

I WATBR fcONT, FARMS, ,Febreary,ti,1 4I..t tIte'-te8ee BOTTLE. or BIPLiCFLAGLER TRUCK STOP ORMOND BEACHTRAVEL

lPp.CE ,mt $ eM'Ftrlda_ reader act eI COUNTY'S ONLY PHILLIPS 66 'GAS OILS AGENCY, Inc.

See a* for Treal estate seeds 1areh '*, 26Pf. HOME OWNED GAS COMPANYPHONE 'Delivery in the County on Air. Bus & Steamship Tickets i

:'' ()ffi ......4, HE 9-2342 ID 73S51Flagler Fjwi-"OH, Kerosene, Tractor Fuel Toura Domestic and Airline CruUea TickU-World!Always, Wide i

'1Ieef... '. :lkones ID 7-38WL Oae 7W- k.M IhIp COY r Gasoline < Available at no Extra-;ChargeNext '
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'PAGE. FOUR, .t'D. -. THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. JBUNNELL, FLORIDA .Thursday, Sept. .8-;:i960!
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.' ;:;'.'C : : I- : :ENTERTAINS RELATIVES .' One raw medlurn-mango .,. I
'vides 168 Per' cent'of,the yita.1
K Guests of Mr and Mrs. E. D. .
I.f: : : hTT min A and 79 per cent of the I
:7LL. Johns on ,Friday were Mr. and
>; ':/-.,t : : Mrs. Elmer Atkinson from Win. vitamin needs. C of an adults daily' "

..' .' fLUNA "". ter Haven; Mr and Mrs. W. J.
?/, i .;':. BABBITT '::': Johns of Daytona Beach, both !J- --
; ;: ..: Telephone HEmlock 9.2898 uncles and aunts of :Mr. Johns.
...... ,.x..', -:..- '. On Sunday to spend the day
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' : .: BIRTHDAY SURPRISE were: Mrs. Johns' sisters. Mrs.
FIRST BAPTIST
: r : I i I Lena Crawford and Mrs. Carlos I,
j"..:"'. : CHURCH NOTES'I I r Mrs. Agnes Lee was honored Hope, with daughter Debbie, her Radio and TV
, \ \ A Fellowship Supper'was held Sunday afternoon with a. tea, brothers and sisters in law, Mr. da
<'- .; .last(Wednesday evening ,at the given by Mis. May: Shill, Mrs. and Mrs. Nathan Walker, Mr. ServiceAll
... ;/;;..;_ supper and it was well attend Flossie Haines and Mrs: Mittie and Mrs. Bill Walker and their
V: "-- ed. During the choir practice Mckinnon at the home: of Mrs. children, Linda,Alice, Gene and
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:. C .that followed, it was decided, toVC 1 Arthur Babbitt. Many of her Butch Work GuaranteedPhone > /
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',:;:*- .hold the annual choir banquet friends called by to surprise her HEmlock 9-2149
J.,:%r *": ', on September 17, at the Babbitt I with birthday greetings. Other relatives to be with
:$.->, home. them were Mr. and Mrs. Herman I Flagler Beach, Florida LOOKING OVER YOUR
> !r., .. Both Sunday services Were Mrs. Haines' served cake and McElroy with their children, I' SHOULDER NEVER 61VES
;:, :. conducted by Rev. Billiard Brock :Mrs. Shill poured punch. Mrs. Glenn, Patricia, Randy, Larry & & & & YOU ANYTHING BUT A
: I Ethel Rumill played the pianoI and Bruce; :Mr. and Mrs. Earl STIFF NECK/
.: from Brevard, N.c., who was ac- l
companied, here by his wife.I and they enjoyed group singing. Crawford with their children,
:, .t Among those peresent were Cindy and Katherine; nephewsand
weekend in theMull
the you
\ They spent 9 Bunnell Theatre Does your car give a painin
: *.. North AlA. Mrs. Marie Janicki, Mrs. Chan. neices and all from Gaines ,
: cottage on I the neck? It won't if.you
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e:"j :* Brock cie Weaver, Mrs. Nettie Brusich, ville. Our
/ Rev. and Mrs. were pleasantly I let us regularly servi e.lt.
; remembered from former 1 Mrs, C. Westbrook, :Mrs. Margaret Mr and Mrs. Les Patridge of H I up-to-date facilities'catch all
'4"'"- visits during the last three years. Aaron, Mrs. R. Lehr, Mrs.. Gainesville who recently boughta I I Fri. '& Sat. Sept. 910THE defects and make your driv-
A.., !Muriel Kilrkpatrick, Mrs. E. home in Venice Park
, new 'I ANGRY RED PLANET .ng a lot more pleasant...you'llsave
; :) I Rumill, Linda Lowe, Margie joined the group for a picnic on maintenance costs,toe
..-(, ," COMMUNITY MEMORIAL I Schatz, Dave Schneider, Mr. and dinner during the day. I Starring
J;> ". CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS !Mrs. W.M. Babbitt, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mohr and Nora
. ..;" Robert Schatz, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Pauline Dunklin from Pa-
'"-1' .,...;,' The Community Memorial'Stanley Springer, and Rev. and latka spent the weekend here
, .:>i'{,..E Church Guild will hold a 'regular Mrs. Millard Brock. : with her son in law and daughter Sun. & Mon. Sept. 11-12

business meeting Thursday, I Mr. and Mrs. Myles Meeks, DAVID & BATHSHEBA ..I,.,
=* September 8, at 2, P.M., in the of Jacksonville
=' church sanctuary. All membersare I' Visitors this week at the homeof Starring:
urged to attend. Rev. R.W. Mrs. Antoinette Cooremans Mrs. Agnes Lee returned to Gregory Peck and Susan
Dickert announced that his subs ,are Mrs. Christine Leriche of Daytona Beach Sunday after Haywood '
s ject fof the worship service next{I Miami and Edward Smith from spending a week here with Mrs.

Sunday morning would be."How I North Miami. Beach. Mittie McKinnon. ___ t ., .
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I Rev. Van der Maeten is guest .
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Methodist Church ,this month.
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\r' I A.at*wL 1030.and All church services services are begin held 3 for $$100 Potatoes. 10: Ihs 39

,,; in the Woman's Club building .
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, by the choir. LEAN WESTERN .: COLDER,,RIPEBananas. -. ,.;;, m .. .

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Club will meet at the home of Brisket Stew lb. 29
r.. .'. Harry Treadwell (28th St. and 2yi9cMAXWELL
r.... Central Ave.) at 7:30 Monday
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:Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Wilson iDLiv $$1o 1 1THE HOUSE lib BAG
and daughters, Joann and Barbara .
motored to Statesboro,
Georgia, to spend the weekend .
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with relatives: TENDER KIND .

< Mr. and .Mrs. William Butuex FRESH .
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;i:;..., months vacation in Canada. 6Its $ .
L::'. NECK .BOIIES.; $1 RED & WHITE 15 OZ. JAR
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..r:;-.: H.and Clarence Melville sister Shultz in Shultz law were, Mr.from his and Illinois.brother Mrs.; PIG FEET . Apple.1 Sauce 1 1O

i'4: During their visit they made a WESTERN FIRST CUT .
Ji trip to ,acksonville to visit Mrs.
,S Shultz's sister, :Mrs. Frances Rus- Pork 3 $1 00
:.. ': ton, who returned here with Chops it, GOLDEN HAWAIIAN 46 OZ. CAN
0: them for a short visit

d ot PUNCH 3 $$100
}=t Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Walton >
: have become new residents here. CiICif4-11..IYI.
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They came, from Newton, N. J., .
and have bought a new trailer ,1103 .
LARGE
Smoked BACON (i" the .. SIZE' .
; to liver on North- Central Ave. ) \

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f and 'Thursday' in Jacksonville CHEERLIMIT 19 I

where he attended the .
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I_ State Association of County Com. Chitterlings IQihs .:
missioners -meeting, there. .
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o Palii. a.,::Were In their beachhome''hefe OUR VALUE : ,

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h/: ,',; !' LEAVES FOR KOREA :Old Dixie Highway in Korona, -A lump of- uranium only

T, i had as their guests recently her slightly bigger than a one-inch
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'- > Sara Rodgers left last week
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., .:brother in law and sister, Dr. cube can produce the same-
for Seoul, Korea, where she will
>...: and Mrs. Walter. Molak of i amount of energy as 3,000,000-()()(
teach in the American schoolon '
: LOCALS Pawtucket, R.I. They have been i ,pounds of coal. -
r: the Base-there. She plans to
frequent visitors in this area in
reside there with her brother,
the past number of years and
r : '. 'Daniel Rodgres and his two I I I they plan to retire in this lo-I'

t.-' :: 0 .' SHOWER HONORS i I I SARA RODGERS sons. At present they all planto cality. They pave already ac NOTICE
I return to the States' in abouta
: DURRANCE- '
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MISS HONORED AT quired some acreage I
; "' I It" I COOKOUT year. ,Dr. Molak is-a dentist and I
Bride-elect Johnnie ,Durrance j Miss' Rodgers is the daughter, during: his visit here he visited I Annual Meeting i
1 was" honored with -a shower on Sara Rodgers was honored of Mr. and Mrs: A.C. Rodgers
Dr. Allen Reynolds dental office
: Thursday evening,' August 25. guest at a cookout held recent of Bunnell and she has taught r
here and. was -much impressedwith OF THE -
I t The party was given at the ly at the, Curtis Rodgers homeon in the Bunnell School for sev- I I the up-to-date instruments '
MEMBERSHIP
home of Mrs. Martell Hunter on I Palmetto St. :Miss ,Rodgersleft eral years. Mr.: Rodgers has 1;
f. and the comfortable arrangement -
\ '.. \. North Palmetto St. 'Hostesses for last week for Seoul, Korea, been in the U.S. Civil Service of the office) Mr. ,Kocz- Florida_ Planters, Inc. ,1i',
f., the occasion were Celestine to spend a year. She will teach in Japan and Korea since 1945. wanski said. '

Stanish, Beverly Rodgers and in the American school on the Hastings Civic Center .
,Revels. "* U.S. \Armed Forces base there. HERE ,
f' Betty Jo ON LEAVE and .
Mrs. George Allen,. Sr., '
:. .. The bridal motif was carried Invited guests included Mr. : .-
4 Mrs. 'Lady Allen left Tuesday HASTINGS, FLORDIA
Smith has
Larry recently completed
t' out in the decorations and fav and :Mrs.M.. B. McDaniel, Mr.
morning for tour of several
r'. ors. Games were features of en and Mrs., L. C. Moody, Mr. and his Navy boot camp a
tertainment.The Mrs. O. C. Shelton, Myrna training at San Diego, Calif and weeks which will take them toWashington 2:00 P. M., ,FRIDAY )
State and down the ':,
is spending a week here with
Knight Virginia Kiwala, Judy 't:"
f refreshment table was Eddinger, Mrs and Mrs. Curtis his .mother, Mrs. Ruth Smith, West Coast to San Francisco, SEPTEMBER'9, 1960 -j
overlaid, with lace cloth and
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and other relatives. He has Calif. They will visit many t
honored
I centered with an arrangementof Rodgers and the guestMiss been assigned to the Great I points of interest enroute. I J
Rodgers was presented
white
chrysanthemums. Lighted -
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Lakes Center wherehe
Training
white tapers completed the with a companion cigarettecase J
; will take a 12-week training
; and lighter as a memento
for the table.
centerpiece course in the machinist trade. This Adv To
1.' About 16 invited guests. enJoyed of the occasion.ASSIGNED \ Bring

f : the evening with the

t hostesses and honored, guest TO SEA DUTY Clyde Lewis attended the Barbers i Blackwell's Restaurant

Jimmy McKinney, son of Mr. Convention in Tallahassee 4 :

Mr. and :Mrs. Tom Diamond and :Mrs. Harry McKinney of during the past weekend. He 18th St. & AlA Flagier Beach i

and their daughter Marie,. .left Bunnell, has completed his Navy was accompanied to Tallahassee

.. Wednesday for a vacation and boot training at San Diego, by his daughter, Judith, and Then, You and party can enjoyChicken .
visit of three weeks in New Calif., and has been assigned to also Annette Strickland.

York and Detroit. four months of sea duty. He Judith ,and Annette left Tal : ,
r called his parents this week and. lahassee Monday ,evening for Shrimp

County Agent Howard. Taylor, said he will be assigned to the New Orleans, La., where they I'I .
i Jr. spent last weekend in Ft. medical corps training follow- will enter the School of Nurs- :' <.; Barbecue Fish
Pierce with his parents, Mr. and ing sea duty. He is on leave ing at Charity Hospital. : or
Both'l
Mrs. Howard Taylor, Sr. now and is, visiting San ,Diego young ladies were
with Mrs. McKinnney's brother the 1960 graduating class of .
for $1.00.
Dinner e'a
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Mr. and Mrs. Paul Burrell-are who is a retired Navyman. Bunnell High Sc ool. T ,
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visiting in Spokane, Wash., with Annette; is the daughter of
L their son and his family,' Mr. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Chambers'left Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Stricklandof !I SPECIAL FORT.THIS MONTH ... -

and Mrs.-.Bobby Burell,and, two this week for a visit .in Korona. '. :} -' I i I

f' children. Greenville, Ohio, with their son '.... .. ... t
j'-. in law and .daughter, Mr. and ).' -r.. ,;' ,
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Mrs: Harry Costoppulos of Ft. :Mrs. Charles Wright., 'They will I {{ : !' :/.', : ,' r ;; :',

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PAGE .SIX -- .. {. :/ ":,... THE. FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA ;:.,.- ;<<>. ';..Thursday, s D. (-"8rQ19.-6o-; .
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View cf Mcdsrn Flagler Clinic and Hospital as It Looks Today. Bottom View in 1955 Farmer GetsV ry .f PLANT' STORES &AIN.'". WATER.. .


The broad, shallow root sys

Small Part of Item .tems of the saguaro cactus may

absorb a ton of water after rain

,falls. The moisture is stored in

II Cost to Consumer i' the plant's spongelike? tissue. -



Consumers sometimes are in. J NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS. .

clined to blame the high cost I NAME LAW CONCERN: ,
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of groceries and clothing on the Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned pursuant to Chapter
farmer who produces the raw 20953. Laws of Florida. 1941. will
register with the Clerk of the Circuit
products which go into the Court In and for Flagler

articles of food; and clothing.' County, Florida upoh receipt of
proof of publication of this notice,
..- They picture the farmer as get- I the fictitious name to-wit: ,.
ting rich the SUN SEA MOTEL,
at the expense
i under which we are engaged at
.. consumer. x I renting motel apartments at Flag-
ler Beach. Florida and that the
: undersigned are the only persons
Unfortunately, they don't I interested in said business.
know how small'a' proportion of j, ,Dated at Bunnell Florida" this
6th day of September. 1960.
the cost of their' food and Edward I* Gary

clothing goes to the man who I Sept Ruth 8.15--9--4tc M. Gary

I invests his money In land and
NOTICE OF DIRECTION
equipment and then supplies I TO THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS
( OF.THAT PORTION OF FLAGLER
the labor to produce the consumer I COUNTY, FLORIDA SITUATE, LYING

goods on grocery shelves AND BEING EAST OF THE
KINGS ROAD:
'!' -. and in clothing stores: Here area I TAKE NOTICE:
I An election is' hereby called on
I
few comparisons.which
may the 8th day of November. 1960 to
f -' serve to illustrate the point. I elect three (3) commissioners of
-- the East Flagler Mosquito Control
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." _It The very small proportion of District of Flagler County. Florida,
; t"
I ,as provided in a resolution heretofore -
: the cost of a finished item made adopted by the Board of

>4 .....,,.. ; ..... largely from farm products County Commissioners of Flagler
; County, Florida, on the 5th day of
r/ which goes to the farmer who September A. D. 1960;
; The places of voting in said
produced the required productsis election shall be the usual' placesof

C.r strikingly illustrated in these voting in said District inn. gen-
eral elections in Flagler County.
instances suggested'' by Frank The polls will be opened at voting

Schuster of the Rio Grande Val' places oil the day of election from
seven o'clock A. M. until seven o'
ley Farm Bureau In the .September clock P. M. on the same day. Only
r the duly qualified electors residingin
issue of Farm Journal: I said district who are freehold-

10.?".... It costs more to: launder a ers' will' be allowed to vote; provided -
however that any qualified
: S cotton shirt one time than the electors residing In the district
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l ....- ..-F..... .1> .: farmer gets for all the cottonin said who election are .freeholders upon complying may vote with at
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; -t. ,the shirt. the requirements of subsection (d)
of Section 100.241 Florida Statutes.
: -'. 1" The cellophane bag contain. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

: : ;' : ing carrots costs three times as OF FLAGLER
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FLORIDABy
?1t COUNTY
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>'-, a. '*q" ,_, _.." ', toes costs more than the farmer County. Florida and Ex Officio
Clerk of the Board. of County
got for the tomatoes in the can. Commissioners. '

The man .who unloads a car- -----I --
STATE OF FLORIDA OFFICE
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r load of produce In New York S3
-' OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE
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collects
(: r. City :more money for
KNOW YE, That I. R. A. GRAY
!; that work hall ,the farmer who Secretary of State of the State of
.Florida, do hereby give notice thatin
j.r': produced It. And all he has invested accordance with a call by the
.i:<,1.. is "a union card. Governor a First Special Nominat-
ing Primary Election will be held
Some l\e-; else has figured thatif on Tuesday. September 27, 1960.
and if second special
necessary a
i'r the fanner gave awaythe primary election will. be held on
wheat that goes Into' a loaf of Tuesday October 4. 1960 in the
Counties of Brevard, Citrus.' Flag-
PJ r5ci+o bread, the .loaf would still cost ler. Lake Marion, Orange. Osceola
: { muchas St. Johns, Seminole, Sumter and
the almost
as
consumer Voluala
for the purpose of select-
./ y} it does now. Ing a Republican nominee for the
{?:.: office of Representative in Congress
4ai' Yes, the farmer's share of the from the Fifth Congressional Dis-

consumer's dollar often is :avery : trict of the State of Florida. To
.. fill the vacancy occasioned" by the
small one indeed. death of Honorable D.; M. Ladd
provided however, in the event no
,\ more 'than one candidate qualifies

In such, nominating primary he
rC' PRINCIPAL TTPES" OF TEAT shall be deemed nominated and the
elections herein provided for shall
tF' three principal types of f not be held.
7. IN TESTIMONY
WHEREOF I
tea are black, oolong, and green. 'have hereunto set my hand and

: To make black tea, planters allow caused the Great Seal of the Stateof
Florida to be affixed at Tallahassee -
L the leaves to: wither and the Capital this the 2nd

Ir ferment before they are dried. day(SEAL of)September- A. D.,' 1960.

Oolongs are partially fermented, R. A. GRAY.
Secretary of State.
grene teas not at ,alL All three Sept 8(15U3tc '
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r.w1 come
.. <..ifj may' IN TIlE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.
'' : it' bush. FI.ACiI3R COUNTY, STATE. OF
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RIDS ESTATE OFARVID

NOTICE ADVERTISEMENT IS HEREBY GIVEN The State NILSON.of Florida.deceased.To .All Per-

: y}?} '.:S{: that the Board of Public Instruction Cons Interested In tile Estate of
: .;.Yy.;} {Sda :.v" of Flagler County, Florida, Said Decedent
i'1: '..1rV will receive sealed bids at the office -
,:. ,;. You are hereby notified that a
of Public
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written Instrument
',1 Instruction at the Court House be the purportipg to
Last Will and
::; }: Testament of
tn Bunnell. Florida up until 2:00 said
decedent has been
P.J.L on Thursday the 15th day probate In said Court. admitted' to
of September. A. D. 1960 for the YorfJare
hereby commanded
:{dl:{ff" '4' :: furnishing of all labor and material alx calendar months.'from withIn the-
W"r and performing: the work date of the first publication of this
for and completion of
the erection notice to appear In said Court and
the fire escape addition to the how If
cause. any you can why
Bunnell High School. the action of said Court In admit-
Contract documents including ting said Will to
rebate
should
: plans and specifications on file not stand unrevoked. -
at the office of the Superintendentand (Official Seal ,
)
i. at the office of the architect. /SDUANE A. T5EEN.
Craig J. Gehlert. 523-North Halifax -
: County Judge
t' ROW CENTER" Flagler
FRONT Avenue. Daytona Beach. Florida Florida .
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.' Copies of these documents maybe First publication.on September
obtained by prospective general I960. .'j" ,
contract bidders from the architect Sept. .1-.15-2.3-4tc
by depositing Ten Dollars ($10.00)per _-

t;ail tiirough your'Ilonle..'.elecrically w tl1 RADIO; HI-FI, and TV able'set.to each same person to be fully who refund-returns IN Jimr.FL TilE COURT FLAGLER OF THE.', COUNTY COUNTY

'";.'" ,' + J JJ the documents in good condition FLORIDA. ITC PRORATE
'- s.* '., ''There's much' that don't >FOR 'A within five (5) days after the opening IN RE: ESTATE OF '
,_ 1 < ;.;; See more, hear more- so coming.up you ,4 IfH'e4 O"j. ',' of bids.bid ARVID NILSSON deceased.
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> '< ., bondaIn ffT laAll laiCreditors emasad *
the amount equal to
Against
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j. :; ,:. + :' GET THE SECOND TELEVISION'* set you've been wanting. It five-: per cent (5%) of the gross Said E*tote I
bid shall be submitted with each You
; and each of
YOU are hereby
: .;lwill double your fun :and satisfy everyone. Every family needs bid. Bonds or checks of unsuccessful -, notified( and required to present
", differ.and bidders will be returned and any claims and demands which
individual tant 8B fro you.
-- : .. an extra TV because pee programcan that of the successful bidder or either of you. may have against
please all See the excitingly sew models-portable and. -console tained and will become the re-I the estate of ARVID NILSON. de-
F Property of the Board'f ceased. late of said County to the
S ,-topa in,perf nnanoe.tope in ravel Instruction until such time the County .Tud of FlaRler County.
der shall fully comply with the his
Florida at office in the
: HAVE A RADIO in every room' -.kitchen, later bedroom, bond,and contract requirement asset house of said County at BunnelL court
cl always handy uAen aad where forth 'In these specifications.The Florida within eight calendar
ldren's'pJaYJOOlDt patio you
reserves the right to
: Board months from the time of..the first
.Y want it. Mighty "good. eooapany"- entttrtemifig,..relaxing and rejct any and/or all bids and to claim orodemand I IIng
waive any Informalities therein. shall begin writ '
ti keeps you m-the-kaew.. ." : and to use sufficient time to Investigate and shall state the place of !
J. the bids and the qualifications residence and post Office
ddreas
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r # And set that rereates sasie.aad VOK es with the bidders. the of
I t ;:; <" a STEReO Hi-Fi of- claimant and shall. be

.. ..;.:--f..""':' sensatioaal: raa&m ewryteee is I fie.S .' S .THIS BOARD OF OF FLAGLEJR.PUBLIC INSTRUCTION to any .ueh claimant claim agent-.cr demand attorney'swor'nand not

: (XUNiTY.FLORIDA1, 80 n'M shall be void' x" V' _
t' -'J UM Better l K*... *a4..,IWv a>-*** WtWt*C ye..r,slaalnrs,_T"". l -8" Raymon F. Tucker CHARLES Eo cn2.u.:: "_. :'_' -
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'- '>w'h. ., ".:,1. IIBA ,P :,O'WR, A LIO .H,.T COMPANY. J'. -.."*JLtkHOLLANDSuperintend eat anti Ex-OMcio. Secretary-t deeeaaed.And Testament ArvidlNilson.. f-S.z-'i WJU

r. : ''ifllMIII O'fONdd to: the Board" of Psb1* ,"In- .
-- section.. Flatter: Cniis* '...' : _J first publication" 'September.. 1.
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Interesting Items Us located on the Atlantic r Ocean 1 I counties.The dredge used to ''digthe canal age facilities.i" ;:

at the..Myakka River?State Park, I bordering the Ta1 1la Trail.. Turkey, deer, raccoon and joth- .

About State Parks Fort Lauderdale.v i Jonathan Dickinson 'State Anastasia State Park near St. er game are founSTnlTbundance:

lat'A golf course is provided, at J Ji Park near -Jupiter was formerlythe "Augustine provides pram stor-' near Sarasota. -,

.'Tie: Gamble Mansion ,near j the'Florida Caverns State Park I Ii U,S. Army post, Camp -------
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II Ellenton, where Judah P. Benjamin i,at Marianna, Murphy. t '

Confederate Secretary' of The Torreya State Park near I Highlands Hammock State INSIRE-Sliy Iissrd&RestAsuredI's: ;_', 1 1I

State, stayed, Is now a state his j Bristol is named for the torreya j! Park provides catwalks through.' I 'r ,

toric-memorial.The Confederate Monument- at tree found only within a 20-mile the tropical.hammocks.. f GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM' I
'' radius of the park. i On display at the Collier-
/PeFunlak Springs was the first : The Suwannee River- State !it Seminole State Park is the huge I. I
erected In Florida. N. T. COOK AGENCY
Dr. John Gome, inventor of -

'the, ice machine, is honored and..air, 'with conditioning 'a.,I' HOW TO RAISE JMVENILE IELIKQIEHT Citizens !Bank! Bldg. Bunnell Florida '"

monument at Apalachicola.Hugh 'aMi
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In Twelve Lessons
.. Taylor Birch State I'ark, "* Easy

c The'Police Department of Houston, Texas! gives/ to the 1 PERCE STRINGS

IN APPRECIATIONWe parents of each juve.nile.who. runs afoul. oTF'the law, 12
wish to take this m ans' Visa H!RE stR ws.itHANK **NT SOM8 FRIENDLY
of expressing to the people of rules for raising a juvenile delinquent. Here they are : mis is ma iM D0660NED TREO ACMCEP- +DfiAL ATFLAGLER.
op11E/kRy ABOUT rr.NOU
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t.hfs'area our deep arid heartfelt 1. Begin with infancy to give 6. Pick up everything after FOR THAT HARDWARE
appreciation for their kindnessat the child everything he wants. him: his shoes. his books his Sloes
: the time of the death of our In this way he will grow up clothes. Do everything for him MOD OWE ME. L
beloved husband and father, believing the world owes him so that he will be experienceda' THEY PUT
a' living. throwing burdens on others. 4 THEMSELVESOUTTO
W. F. Tilton.
7. Let him read anything he."dJ' I I I
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: Have whatever
himWants. no concern YOU.tfvwvvwwvvvyv .
words. laugh at
tributes and also II
were lovely we for what goes into his
That will make him think he
wish to thank the kind friends' is mind. Provide him with Lily
"cute. He will run off and
for his lips, but let his
who brought food and to cups
express pick up some. other. words that drink out of dirty ._..___
k jto/ all 'how' much their cards, will blow ,the top off your head.brain any .. .-. ..--........ .
r container for words and ideas. ? ftJVuwvww'.vw. w. . .. ."'..
and visits' to
telegrams k our 3. Never give him any .spirit 8. Quarrel frequently in the _
FOR ALL HOURS DAY OR NIGHF
'home meant to us in our be.' .
ual training until he .is 21, and presence of your children. In
I reavement. .. then let him decide for himself. this way they will be prepared .-
t May God bless each and By the same logic never' teach for broken homes later on. AMBULANCE "
of him the English language. 9. Give him all the spending
everyone you. PHONE VAlley 4-1625
Maybe when he is old enough money he wants; never let him I
"i- M S. iWP F. Tilton and family. he will want to speak Bantu. earn his, own. SERVICE
ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
... 4. Praise him in his presence 10. Satisfy every craving of ,
V Resolution to all the neighbors; show the child for food: drinks and Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. ,We
how much smarter he is than everything that has to do with
the neighbors' children. the sense of taste and touch, jgratifying 'I are always at your service with promptness, safety. andexpeJ"leDt'e.
God knows the way of life. ,
every sensual de.
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5. Avoid the use of the word sire. .
He guides our path with un "wrong." It may develop in the 11. Take his part against policemen Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
erring- hand. child a "guilt complex." This teachers, and neigh
I Sometime well thru will prepare him to believe bors. They are all "prejudiced"against ..
see yen Garcia Funeral Home
that when he is punished later your child. .
our tearsSoJIletlme on for stealing cars or assault12.. When he gets into real I
yes, sometime well! Ing women that society is trouble, always .defend yourself I P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral DirectorLADY -
understand. "against him" and that he is and say "I never could,do I ASSISTANT-

Whereas: God in His infinite I being, "persecuted." anything with him."

wisdom saw fit to call to.' her
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from Ressie Therefore this Whitaker life: Be on'It August who Resolved departed 25,1960.; that: LAST CHANCE BUYTHE YEARS' BEST SELLER RIGHT NOW.!


we 'shall; 'always' cherish: her "., .....,. '

memory and we.:know the Chap .-
ter has lost worthy member. ;.
Therefore, Be' It Further Re. ...;
slved: that a copy 'of these reso- CHEVROLETYour.
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'of Bunnell Chapter No. 93, Order ... ..,
of Eastern Star, ,a copy be r, r. ...0J -!
sent to her family and a copyto -,
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The Flagler- Tribune for pub- Chevrolet dealer is getting ready right all 1960 models:And with a wide,wide selection' '.
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'I i lication.Mabel., -' -; .- .' :how: for the new '61 mod 1s.'He's making room to choose ,from now's the best-ever time to

Frances'' G.'Vf.Brooks. Edmonson c"; ., for. ,,them this instant, with eye-popping deals on buy a new '60 Chevy and.. save money like mad,! 1..'....'.

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;( New Graduation chosen 'each'year from both the I RUNS LONG WAY TO SEA-. j I1' DIFFICULT TO OMENTj I Ii I, Egg whites ,whip;f::;'to': larger

genera.l and college 'preparatorycandidate I. The River Jordan twists and i j i A northbound highway and 'volume at room temperature.
{, groups loops 200 miles in its tumbling ]i i two southbound highways all > '
Requirements Set If parents have further questions journey down a 65-mile-long I run westward through Chattanooga Eggs have fewer calories per
about these new gradua-valley between the Sea of Galilee I' Tenn., -for a short dis gram than anyx other natural
t'I BySchool Board tion requirements they are requested and the Dead Sea. I tance. known to man.
to call either John A.
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: four units of math* two of science principal, or Ed. Brunk, assist .
t .- and one of, foreign language ant principal,. at ID. 7-3362, during I Select Your
f-: : ,. or he may have two units school hours..
:;, ,r of :math, three units of science "
: and two units of.foreign language Nitrate Nitrogen Is EcoiiMical aid Dependable fas Equipment ,

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''",'.. select three units of math, three For Lawns At t
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}- for the College Diploma," Craig I best fertilizers for fall HARDWARE
<.". added "is that the candidate lawn care, are those that con-
maintain a "C" average in earn- :I'tain a high percentage of nitrate i ,
ing the 20 units necessary for I[nitrogen, according to 'a University
3:( .graduation. of Florida turf specialist, I. And Get A Summer Bargain
"Graduates of the class of 1961 Frank Wilson, assistant horticulturist .
will 'be allowed to earn: the 'College I with the Florida Agricultural Free Lean .f f L. P. Gas Tapani IistailatiM' of pas AppliancesNot
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;..Y ,- Preparatory Diploma with I xtenslSn Service, says J JI
w'- six of\the seven special required I the latter part ot October and J ( Including Plumbing.- or Electrical. Work ,
y-' units if they encounter schedule J I the first part of November: is
ing conflicts. i\I I the best time to apply a fall I
:' Students not earning the Col3ege \ fertilizer. If the weather re Sale
r. Preparatory Diploma ,will i I mains warm late in the fall, Rainy Day .Green's Fuel Gas Service I
receive the regular diploma in I I the November applied fertilizer
1961 and 1962. Beginning, in i I''is there to feed the grass and Automatic Gas Dryers Will Install and Maintain Appliances -
1963 this diploma will be entitled keep it green.According Sold By
the General' Preparation 1 to. Wilson, a 1-0-1 Reg Price $169.50
Diploma. I ratio mix with a high percent -
"The minimum requirements'for age of nitrogen from nitrate $139 95 .
I While Last FlaKier Hardware
the regular diploma," Craig sources is ideal. An 'example of They .
said, "are 20 units inclusive of this is a 15-0-15 applied at 7
the following subject units i I i pounds per 1,000 square feet.
; : English, four units; mathematics i I It a 1-04 ratio mixture is not
one unit; science, one i'.I'available in your area, use a I
unit; u.S. History, one unit; ,,1-1-1 ratio. Examples of, this are
r, civics or world history, 'one- :16-6-6 or 88.8 applied at 15 to I jif. 3- ___ '").......<'.:,.'... lLL'Y I
:unit; physical education, two : 20 pounds per 1,000; square feet
units; home economics (girls), II' of lawn area.
one unit; and in addition nine. Natural organics are not recommended i; ,::, i
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elective units for girls and ten as a winter fertilizer > 5 r z K : ,
elective units for'boys. Elective I because they break down and
units may' be chosen from any release nitrogen) very slowly
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of the subjects offered in the I during cold weather. ,
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curriculum of the school. I Wilson says proper fertiliza-
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In order to recognize the I tion at the right time will go \
scholastic efforts of students I I I a long way toward keeping 'your
.fairly honor students will be lawn green longer during the

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