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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: October 6, 1960
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00079914:00198
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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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: r VOLUME <48;'.NO. 39 v'" BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY: OCT./-6; 1960 'c. $2aQ.; :A, YEAR ;1

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JOE' PA@UINPRESENTS FRIENDSHIP BANNER City Board V oteI I r A TIME FOR'ACTION RightsofW : ,0 "

i FROM :ROTARY.. CLUB OF ROME, ITALYiiiJ -Much bneJesseBt a :

; Two these days centers on the '
I Three to. on question whether a reces For Diston Road .


Budget Approval ,ston however.is threatened.a' recession Actually has Ordered by 'Board

been for .1
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Bunnell commission. .
The city
I'ers, at their meeting Monday I II time,,'and the real question The Board of County Commls- J
t.be.61 is when: it ,may end*--Wall stoners at their meeting :Monday ?
night adopted budget
I' on second leading with a Street Journal, 91990. morning approved the 1960 tax j

I The real question, if we. roll for Flagler ,County. .
three to two vote, same as on :
may say so,.is broader' It, is
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trie first reading- This time, County Attorney H. T Cook -

: : _ however, the budget Is,put into this: What can be :doee to was instructed by the board to J
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'" end it. will the gov.ernment
; what .;.
proceed with the 100-
: : effect, the September' 22nd voterequired acquiring ."J
ItVancihow.
,I that li be read: a ,sect do. about I I foot x rights of way for :a road .
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soon *-New to 'be built from State Jtoad 305 -
before '
;.: and time adoption. .
."< I The commission also"Voted to 92060. _..[ : 'I I to Lake Diston, distance of.
about 1% miles. "
;: I r fix the rate taxation for the j I % ;

, year at 7 mills=all in.t4e op- Hugh Hanna, ot the State 1
!I crating fund. .Homesteads will Concern Shown I I'Road Department, appeared before y

'not be exempted;., the board to' discuss the :'
j A discussion concerning. ari.I Over Increase rebuilding of the old brick.road
from the intersection of 205 in i
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addition to the .community center -
Of DiphtheriaConcern Espanola to the intersection of
< .. ;x .i building was held, .and it '
decided that; U:.S. Highway 1 in the .south !
,. was community reaction over the gieat st'mid.S1mmer'
section of Bunnell. Thtto. ,I
favorable to the ad
'j I was increase In diphtheria
be lit the secondary road :-"f
.... dition. The commission ,plans fI ,., .. -
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representatives .j of-the increasing virul- .
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Joe, Paquininember; of the Rotary 'Club l of Bunnell;!I of the various clubs ence of the, diphtheria organ. to make further invest! I

':. presented to' President Louis Steflik a Rotary Internation-x!t asking them to ;meet with the I ism0 :was :shown in a report gation into the rights of way. I

1 al ,Friends lp', ,$ ner., from. the: ,Rotary Club .of Rome,I i commission to make further from .the. Bureau of Prventable. >le At a. special called meetingof

;;;, Italy, at; lurie! e meeting of: the Bunnell plans for the addition.:, :"j[Diseases of the State Board ,of the board last Thursday, the ; 'II

//-s Club 'rece; : ,! ::: &celved the Re ship Ban r Health this week," Dr. Sajers fiscal board adopted the budget for --l

r ner l"klY: visited the Rotary Club of Home : I of the Flakier County 'Health, year year 1960.61 opera .' l
while ? 1,'. xteBlv! tour of 'Ewe,'. Along"FFA JudgingTeam tion for the county. It also :
with ( .. ., 1 Department- $aid..,-".,". .. voted to hold a straw ballot in :
the ; -
A penaoafcl}:messagt: *ir good will :-" The report stated that 11 '

.:; 'i : \; 'and internatioHsl friewtehip- ",fiil !Jotembers C thft Borne LeavingSunday --, "; i,.cases of tfie., disease had been November" to determine' if' San.. .,:
t ,additional tax of about one inlll,
{ ., Club to mejnbte/of 'the Buena .Botary CW>. i:recorded :in ) guS o-t. this year, ,
; ,Joe Paquin recently moved to ',Flagler5'County from for the first year, should be
'compared with two last year
4 t Connecticut.arid: : is developing the :beautiful: Von Bulow t![ fir, KCMembers and one in 1958. Officials said added next year for the build.
Ranch in utH aBt ing, furnishing and operation of
p .sc> Flagler County. % the. disease Shows
usually a
of tale Bunnell Future -
I *; Mr. Pa il jim,in.,presenting they.}'1j endeh iiA Banner, of- I 'seasonal: Increase* In the late' a dental clinic to be added to

; fared. to &&NJL tI e..B i| W.Ciib; .;wib r* iBhip_Ban ,I which Farmers fls:.lasso Judging as The Team State, fall months;but.that.the August the county health- -.:"- department ,
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ners"of'4tsvq rir ijHresent ry"Club..tif otKer countries '
:increase +ti- y3arasa;notfi TJ f k
:'>'" ,as} members of the Bunnell Club Have''opportunity 'l Livestock Judging Team, will for concerfjf InlCr since.5. it could%-%indicate would;; be added 'property, ,
leave hereSunday'to attend the -
to ;travellntern.ational1y. : including who.now;,have -
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< ----.. .,- __ _\ National Future Farmers Con. I the 'beginning' of an .upv homestead exemption. J
f'j '. I II test to be held In Kansas City, surge that would carry the

; Rotary ClubWill George 'Wickline ,Mo., next week. year's total cases well beyondthe "$,!

jh: I I Members of the .team are totals Decent. years. They Registeration -

Civilian Cruise I Brice- sford, Thom-Minchew, pointed but' that diphtheria had ,, -
ObserveLadies '
c a.. '. Quentin been. declining steadily in :recent ;
_.. 1 'f' I Howard and Emery. Ends
t' -. ; : times, with 'a decrease in Saturday ,
: To' Pensacola ) I They will be accompanied on
t F.F.A. total cases from 327 in 1948 to
Night I I the trip by the advisor,
f; I' ,George Wickline waS chosenfrom Jimmy Ward and Harold Emery. 63 in 1958. But 1959 showed an Have you registered to vote?

_: -, The Rotary.' Club of Bunnell Flagler County to 'be: a 1 r The judging team :won the 1! upswing to 83 cases, and 40 If not, Saturday'' noon in the

1 ." will' observe its first Ladies guest on -'a civilian orientation all expense trip to Kansas City cases have been reported! so far deadline, Mrs. Gladys Deen, supervisor -

.. Night, Thursday evening at the cruise to Pensacola three Fdays i r last February atthe Florida this year."Diphtheria. of registration, said to

i :k" Flagler Woman's Club at Flag- I this week.' -*;, y" ]'t,State Fair in Tampa where they is a serious disease day.

i :!:: her Beach.' The activities will Mr. Wickline with 37 other i i I participated in:the state contest. transmitted by personal To be eligible to register one

It.:' begin ;)at,7wo'clock: with dinner: :civilians from this area, left I lIn I Kansas City they will be contact," said Dr. James F Mol- must be a citizen of the .State

\., being;seed by)members of the Jacksonville Tuesday to fly to judging swine sheep, and beef !loy, epidemiologist of the bu- of Florida for one year and the

:*. Flagler'an's. ,dub. I t Pensacola.. They will be .entertained cattle. .read -"The.proper series of immunizations County of Flagler for six months.Of .

J Guest"speaker of, the evening, ; with a reception and The group leaves ..here Sunday : will effectively protect course, if you have already

I'i":, ,will be Albert 'B. Stapp of Cres- I orientation at ,Forrest :Sherman morning- and will,-leave". there : an individual, and should registered and voted- in the primaries

& ,eMIt tY."Hr. .,Slap," thelub's !Field, where they will ,stay.. Friday night to return to their I be started ;early. .In the first year last spring, and you are _

l" 'c- :publicity. commltteemaHs :- said, ,Wednesday the group ,will go home:here on, the 16th.. .. i ot life."" otherwise qualified, you do not

; f ''fte.ej, tthe most,sought after aboard the :aircraft carrier USS The doeter concluded: "Under have to register again for the.
\: speakers in Antietam where,they :will the circumstances recently observed -
f--- > : the : spend \ General Election November 8.
::: .. JS..a., native ot:.Gordo,iA r the day observing landings and. Ser ices*:For and reported we believeit Remember, if you are not

!:: AJi.; < .:ae' .known .throughout'!',take-offs- :'irom,.the ,carrier.-'Tliat ateMasters: ', is important that every child registered your name will riofc

-) that state.as a.man of: night they will/be enl' rteteed be given immunization against appear on the list of qualified

'., ;Jag 'ability possessed with nd.1 at tKe;oftcers* dub. J Rel4 ;Fri ',: 'diphtheria This is especially voter lists at each polling precinct .
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\ -' '. wit aDd humor.; ,Mr; 'Stapp Thursday-, fallowing breakfast, *. : important in the crowded sec.. and you cannot vote. .
T:i '! ,. '.: r a: candietetc t for.governor of theY .they will-be flown''back to Jack* Otis, ;JL Masters .of' 43 Cincinnati tions of our? arger cities where

..: ,,State. ot. :Alabama some years I[sonville. .Aye., Stt Augustine, passedaway more .of' these, recent cases have ,Florida lime groves average .

: /' :.' 'ago. He'tev presently selfemp4oyed -) in a Sfc Augustine hospital occurred, and: where the diseaseIs 4,800 pounds of fruit per acre, -

as,'an"a, vertiMng sales) 9Y'W: s1ib Wednesday night. following ,- more easily' contracted on a 65-tre 'average.
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EMettaient. forrthe evening .
Douglas Hospital and was a life-long
has; ,1Meft. planned by, James[ r Augustine
< there. He wad 53
'Craig and' Howard Taylor.; ROy Wall, of 'Douglas, 6a.t resident member years of
Char tee f.Itonkin has been! in passed away Thursday night at of age. He wasP a;
Church. He is the
.charge 1II bvftngeroents, and" the'f;a DouftM .""pHal, Allowing aI the Catholic ; ,
: In law of Mr. and Mrs
pro r"'.a_ oommitlee, .. ;coiwisang!.I I short illoMff. 1I -was the fattier sea
of
of. HortKT JteratleY.rom ;;Pinner, :lot ,MaId; Ji fey;of Bbl .Frank Mercer BenaelL

aM,; __ ....*:'Cannon,,.Jr.; were" and Charttoti D. Wall of Ftegief He, is. survived .by his widow,
._ I Mrs. Emma |Mae Masters; his
In *.Tf* planning the pro- Beech.Funeral. ,
mother, Mrs. Marie Masters; a
ervloec, were held, in
I daughter, Miss ,Marie: Masters
Douglas Saturthyafternoon and
.IDENT I interment wm in,, the family lot and two brothers, VetotMasters
and "Edward Masters, all of St.
.ill a cemetery there.
DEADreceived Augustine. A number of nieces
Survivor* iaclH0e three daughtera uIt,1
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1 by Mrs.. I and rapfeews also swrVive. ,
: lfi .Iterreld Vhckw*' of I
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11: 'E' ? ",Flagler, Beachlint. + _Dougla > l M" iJenry Cothern, otJactoonville 'I Funeral services wee held, on,
d morning at 10 ,e'colek In
Jut: Laura ,Cov-'i ; < and' ,..... .OdellHeraey Friday
-.c_:. e3 In.-. <; .. of 'the' the Cathedral in .St Augustine.
of pumeU
' /..', .'" .hand .j' ; ,one son,
William tnnt. tohJlal'l Lam
., : duirlteoMarfcatwrg.-_PIa ee tr+da.
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tf June wtite the
Wetth *irita* *, on 17 at rr -:. a-ettrY Craig
'1i>:;'.; ..t- homrfeKlltan Ind.g ; ).. .- a. retired ea Funeral. Home ''1Ii efcairge. The .
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NO, EGGSt. : Ms Vn crsslpneiwM.
"" BBOKEN unglM B Jl.F. plane
: :...... '.-: Mr' and'. 1 -&-burg haw ..... t the. Seothera 'BeI1"'r.. ...., was ThwsdajrwpenlB r at .>at Mirifciti. Iflieliii ,lcb.DcL All rest$tef t.
a -" been wintr i ,'"igjTliintn lI I off Flagler ewe shad 7hpk. 'frh, ..-. 8 o'clock: in' the Crmi* Funeral : ; ..... were ts' aet as' rf{l":mlUlon tgs* ** <&*..'

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MH: : -Tum Tq ket':both. piassengers;a'ii baggage I Driving safety. Other ; ftY let's recently:tti iilayed XP-700 each of them- the Nomad;'Park-'

" ; ; .' JI!aiid. establishes ,new :'heights In items- include improved mss.. experimental l ;:vsfclBle, especially wood and: Brookwoodi -;
: . '' -- j 1 is' featured in the/. /regular and a new placement *t&t \ A, new underbody rich slims Reversal of the trend tQ,ong-
airs, tank '..which protects it down er; wider. bodies.afsoIistnofed. in?
Chevrolets !f line pf'passenger the fuel the tran6mte i0 hump, j
.3: New i the fact that the 'rte v'passenger
, from road hazards such as hd I better engine cooling and use
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. ?? : .- ,Top seller of"i9 0 ,automobiles.1[roof and grille 'to. 'rear bumper, '. I I case are some of the other fea- 2.4 inches narrower:1-s; Overall
k. :-;; -Chevrolet. promises. 'to solidify :116 all new. Prime design:.emphasis I.' Although conventional.. cars tures. b. length is 209.3 incites'acid;'over.
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"'E. <', 'broadening. .its.;;range of I aUsm with ,thrifty; ly lower, the interior roominess: As .in 1960, the' ,lineup in.the I, Distinctive design effects are

" 7::', '..' passenger .cars* ;. High on the list advantages! remains abgut the same or .better conventional size passenger',cars achieved by matching exclusiveroof
:Scheduled ,fo?. display dealers -.I of the, all-new 'body are.: than comparable 1960 mod.. will be offered. in the Impala, contours of body-.types. Par-
:.:-: ..showrooms ;:Friday' 'October Easier 'entrance" to passenger els.' ,Riding comfort is .improved. Bel Air and Biscayne series. But ticularly noteworthY 19,the. elimination -
: h, 7,:are :20 ;;freshly styled eoriven11tlonal compartments; large, more "accessible From ,a styling standpoint*',the' they have been..expanded in of, small, triangular 5

.':'%fi- ,., models; nine Coryalrs! 'in- luggage space, with the new models feature ,gentle dude .an Impala .}. .' eluding,new:: pass ger.an d.;edm- trunk ''loading level lowered, as curves and' smooth lines and'geDeraIly a not- previously vail Iable. and station wagons. Also ,
':{,-:; r :: merdal models, and'the, spirited much as -'10.' inches; improved cleaner and airier ap- The station. wagon series also the rear corner pillars ;of .sport
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#- .. 'twoplace''Corvette; : ;, 1'chair' [height and 'over-the-hood' .perance from all angles.. 'has been expanded 'that thereis sedans'have. been? widened to
:; ... ..Complete new.body' styling, visibility. ,which .will Increase !I Revised styling of the Corvette a 'choice ot either six,::Oi" nine create a slightly hooded .effejct.
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( performance quaMMes';which-.the 4n4 beautified' interiors clearly and the new non-gas'"burning The rear-engine mounting. 1
ova r$', "Wi Corvair pioneered in. the small distinguish. the models as .1961's 'heater which will improve ::-fuel proves itself extremely suitable s

car field a year,agowill; become but the low-slung appealing. .. economy even beyond .the excellent to the Lakewood'Station Wagon, ';
Have Completeline w, available to. a 'majority of alftransportation profile remains unchanged. miles per gallon now the Greenbrier Sports Wagon ,

r : req &4remems.JJT "*. Also untouched are the engineering achieved. A hot air heater is and-the Corvan\,-the commercial' .;

l of ModelsChevrolet's ; JHere is the Corvalr1 lineup .for I I I : fundamentals. which now offered. as optional equipment panel van The absence. of .a -
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.ingenious' ; rear- i .: cars club- coupes erica;. The flat air-cooled engine spare tire from under the convenience impossible with the .-.::;j
powered, Coryatr bloMoaaa out rl four-door sedans and hood to.the engine conventional '
I .a new and transmission-axle' combination compartmentA'14gallon small car.The -
as a full line... of automobiles. for Lakewood :Station Wagon. in J the are continued at the 'rear. fuel, tank is substituted Greenbrier" Is a totally H I!

1061. I i 500" and ''TOO" series: plus, the Compact body-frame intergra for the former 11-gallon i new forward control vehicle de. -

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announced, the company ,disclosed supplement the primary fications are common throughout .1 eliminated. A full width driver's ,;.
today .that: station and i Commercial ...-. Cervan, Ramp. excellence of the Corvair features the line-all models carrya 1 seat mounts over the front ;

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Friday, OctoberJ; :; retains its. lithev..symmetrical economy especially benefits from newcomers from earlier body I I positioned conventionally or 1

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{ PAGE;EOuR.> ... -T$ FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUtfHMX,' ,FLORIDAThursday, October-6,..196QLtfff .

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1 :; : : :- : :: : : FLAGLE EACH -'>: 'COMMWflTY" Mr. and Mrs. lO dStone
i ", ",'.-Y ;- J.1 ,8\ .: ".-.. METHODIST' COTBOT 1 CI JI ii 'AH cds I family of Pierson we weekend
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:' .. :f ;Sunday, October 9, Sunday I Th Community Memorial. visitors here with- herarents&
"- 'aa eif{ 'eac T rz' school 9:30; morning worship: ..at Church Ladies Guild will serve Mr. and Mrs Herbert Gray. .:; .

V,2:'" a ; :t I 10:30 with Rev.. Reynold Hoover, a chicken supper to the public (Continued pn r ge,5): '.J-ii":'"

h A; .., minister. Choir' rehearsal each I Thursday evening at six o'clockat .". "
.' '." '1 Y:,Ts i ,1i'.. : :Mock I..N :: 'Thursday evening at 7 o'clock.* the church. .Proceeds are to -. ".; ;
.. -It The Methodist 'Men's Club will 'go In the Fellowship Hall fund. *- "- T'
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1*- meet at 7:30 Monday evening, Rev..R. w. Dickert, pastor of Community
FIRST: FALL PROGRAM I FIRST BAPTIST: CHURCH. .NOTES' 1 October 10, at the home of Robert ,the church, stated that his 'sermon Memorial
FOR, WOMAN'S'CLUB: j I I i Henderson on Moody: Blvd. next ''Sunday morning will ChurchR
Rev. :Millard Brock"officiated The Woman's Society of Christian I be "Knowing God's Will Sunday Inter-denomlnatlonal
The; first fall program ,began, as "pastor of the First 'Baptist f Service will, meet Thursday, school is held at 10 A.M. AIR CONDITIONED -

.'e..- on Wednesday by Mrs. ,Earl Church for the first, time Sunday October 13, at 9:30 A.'M. at the I sand'. church services at 11. Daytona, Aye .
Thiel, first vice. preMdent,-aU. at the morning worship home of Mrs. Keith Lovell, Palmetto .
,. ing, ,for ,the. National Anthem- service. Ave., in Venice Park. All II III FLAGLER. BEACH-, '.
Joel Smith of P latka .was a. "
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and
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Rev. and Mrs. Brock arrived I I members are urged to attendas business visitor -Here Monday; :
,A' the president, Mrs.'.Frank .Brede, during the week from Breyard, the final arrangements will Service 11:00 A.M.: :

:' who presented,the Hon. Senator N.C., and will make their home be made for the Dollar Day Ba- R. W. DICKERT. ?Pa..torEVEIXYOXE t
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Verle Pope Augustine, :
here. Family night was calledon zaar. This has, been planned ? WEItCOMEBunnellTheattei- .- .
'.' for !> family spent Sunday visiting ::
guest speaker the afternoon.
Wednesday by having a cov for Friday, November 18, in the
Senator Pope spoke on "StateAffairs" with relatives in Lake City.,
JI J ered dish supper in thechurch hall :next to office.
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stating that "We have Fred ,
!basement jutt' before prayer Mesdames Marks, Ray
which : I Douglas Schatz spent the '
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'a good meeting as a special-welcome to Lehr, Clarence Shultz; George '
of i weekend here with.-his ,parents, ;
met the increase ,populationwell J : F..
them. Bondy and Iner Crenshawwere :
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the Minimum Mr. *and Mrs.Robert .
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; I I Mrs. Gertrude --Higgin's birth the members of the WSCS who : :=; .1." .
Foundation Plan the finest'principles : .Doug.is stationed: with the U.S;
observed the church attended.the Annual Work Shop' Fri. & Sat. ,
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of Education ..are"being Navyin North Carolina. _.
I Sunday and she was recognized District Meeting held at the PaVlatka '
met; we have a fine retirement I!as the church's oldest member. .Methodist Church last THUNDER ROADStarring ,. 'I
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with confidence as many Blaekwell'sRestaurant '. t
changes are taking place." He On Saturday evening, after I _,: Robert Mitchum
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Purdy'have \
also said that smaller communi weekly choir practice, the choir ,. I '
returned home after spending a
ties are becoming more desirable had a social to honor the choir Sun.. .& Mon. Oct. 910ALL .
week in Va. and 18th'St.. & AlA .
Wllliamsburg ; ; "
homesites Ethel
for wonderful prog president, Mrs. Rumill as ,
I visiting with their at Fort Flagler Beach I '
son THE FINE YOUNG
ress has been made for the she had a birthday during the
mentally ,ill, the handicappedand 1 I week. Choir Director Judson Eustis, Virginia.Mr. SHRIMP I CANNIBALS

TB patients have become Stryker and his sister, Judy, CHICKEN Starring
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-- fewer during'the.past few years. served birthday cake with cold MGeorge I
Moody attended the foqtball I BARBECUE Natalie Wood amdtBobertWagner
Honoring the past presidents drinks. Mrs. Rumill was pre ,
and new members, ,Mrs. Brede 1 sented with a gift from the choir game in Gainesville Saturday. I FISH '
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introduced the past presidents members. SANDWICHEs' I
I I Moody and Gary Watson. I ,_
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J Mrs.special. Pauline message Magee.that She she read had i J i l.:,i Money -- SavJpgFood' : Values ,;. "" '

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k; arriving and those recognized upon'I CHUCK ROAST IB.I 39 :'.

,. were Mrs. Inez >Crenshaw, Miss

w Dorothy Hemans Mrs., Charles i CHUCK" STEAK IB. 49 S"'UIA'R' 29
: ,Sindelar 'and: Mrs. John Zysk. I .
: .' Mrs. Edward Filkins was absent j ALL.MEAHn ** ** x '? -

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}:' accompanied, Theodore Weber 'I 8RISKET"STEWP t )1 lb. '3'3 *.
at the'r organ. The tea that ;:., APPLE SAUCE 1 10
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If-.: and covered with lace. Hostesses j STEAK' .; Ib. 79 OUR rVA.UjE 303 CanTomatoes- ,- ,
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: present-: there were eight visi SUGAR, CUREDPICNICS 4 ,- 6' IB Avg. ,1 '
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{' :': Knight..Mrs,.,B. T. Hord, Mrs. R. I 33
_'.; Blackwell ,Senator Pope, M. I : i RTENING.39

# ': Koczwanski, RL.. McNab, T.' .
Weber and_ ,F. Schwenk. TENDER STEER -
Limit (1) With $5.00 or More Food: Order

Staff Sgt Thomas J. Clark is 311. '00

r. r: to return to the United States L,IVER $z":1: HOOD Quart SizeBLEACH
this week after being stationed k
'1 ,= in Japan one',and a half years 'c- :
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y-x hte leave before, being assigned FRESH SLICEDSPICEB : ,

t to Parris Island; S. C. HAM irMLOfiNA ..", 00 .

. Mrs. Frances Ruston of Jacksonville #A ;. 2 I lbS $1, Limit (2)- Wkh ,,$5.00 or More Food; Order '

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week with her brother in law FRESH ()WHOLE) -__ 4 4 ft BAG ,
and sister, Mr; and Mrs. Clarence

W Shultz,, 'FIB_ FEET r.5LEAN. UK I. 49 APPLES, 39'FRESH

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weekend in ,their beach homey
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:lfagl i.I is spending v this week ;
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I' Mrs.. ; Charles McCabe.. FLAGLER-'i
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. r'. .. members> ., and'" friends' 'of' ::of Mr.. _and Mrs::Cariile ..Spivey II I : :
: the Flagler ;B sch! :Mekodist of Jacksonville'is! the guest FOOD STORE
., :Church gave, a, "surprise, dinner i of her grandparents Mr/and ;t "When the fellows up and : -

,Sunday .in the: ''Woman's' Clulbuilding ,. >' Mrs. E. M. Spivey this week. I down: my: street. put up, their -_' ... I
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Hoover It was: their :welcomehome [ing, then I' feel that it's ,time MOODY BLVD. & CENTRAL AVE.Flagler ''' : : ,
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: had I for me to start fishing :In earn I .
; reception:they just the .
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returned from their1vacation, l spending'part of his time in Ko- i l "
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,;.;'. Following ,the: ,dinner, there.h of her parents: Mr. and This- statement was PRICES GOOD Thurs.-Fri.-Sat.-oct. 6--8th' '.
'' was a program_'of choir' music '11ts- Emmett Strickland, an-d also the writer recentlr by one,of the I "
:.. : and group singing; was enjoyed. here' with his parents, Mr. I I most successful land consistent ,6 Oz. Chase &, Sanborn INSTANT 5

I;;, Mr.. and Mrs. Hoover were presented and ;Mrs.: Willie ,Lee Aaron. 'Mrs.: fishermen you're likely to find,
f .:: with a lovely.gift by Mrs. Aaron Came home several 'weeks r anywhere-Frank Roshto Greenwood COFFEE 69''
Bernie Wilson; vice-,president''of ago as ,Donnie was to be trans. i Miss. Although he's not j r

f the WSCS arid Ray'' Lehr president ferred from Fprt Devens, Mass., :above a short fling with, a cane
\._. of the;:Men's*Club for the to Fort Bragg* JLjG.MI& :. :pole and some worms, ,Roshto is
.:; group in appreciation for their ''a bass. fisherman. .This is 'natural ->. Limit- One ,$5.00.or. MoroFood Order f

';', work in: the.,chiircftj 4 ; :; Mattie Daniel :of_ Lake enough as. he lives. in'' Gold Meda.l.' ; '"S :"" > I!
F .Mr. and Mrs. :LeevRooney, and City is: the house 'guest this "bass country.:' r
.,it' their daughters, Marda Lee ] ndfo' week of her sister, Mrs" Laura :lFLOUR <5lb.! : 4-'.e "
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t'_ ,Rooney is Rev: and 'Mrs. Hoov Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Springer round He told me recently that CAKE'MIXES '$,,00
t er's daughter., Mr; and Mrs. visited during the weekend in he catches bass every month in 3 f <; :'" I
0 the He has tp vary his -' .
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Harry Treadwell, were' Orlando. -
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technique to weather 21/2 Sweet Treat '!
bered by those present since .,... according -. '
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of the. 11
,- arrangements for the reception. have returned ''to _their home many parts country, -
as president of the WSCS., Mrs. here after spending two, weeks and perhaps particularly in the r
t South, October Is. the time when :
All Brands
,c Treadwell recently underwent vacation in Pennsylvania. l.g.S229:1
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i '" -, surgery in st Augustine, and sportsmen turn their attention
t 1 away from rod and reel, and to '
her friends ,are wishing her aspeedy
guns and dogs-except for a few CIGARETTES &:

',:_ recovery.. __,. f'CONSEHON NEWS diehards (year-rpund fishermen $2"39.
'f'. like Frank RoshfcxRoshto -
:,. Friends of Mrs.' Wilson Lower 'By, Tllmcm W. ;B binson catches his biggest,fish &kiig '
will be glad 'toJiear that she I R.. W. Cody and: son became October and
: during November.
; has, ,Improved: sufficiently to ,return .,cooperators with; ":the*Flagler Soil When the weather begins to' :No. 3OO Can Lykes '; ;

'. to her home after being: 1l1 Conservation District in 1955.Af .' that first bite of winter, it seems get CHILI & BEANS 5 $100 [
/, the Bunnell hospital. for several : 'that time the Cody farm, for
"": : that:the big bass,no doubt tired
t, .,. weeks. specializing in high "Value 'truck. of spending the summer in the 2V2 Can Showboat' ;
, ..:' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,. crops, mainly! cabbage arid po: :depths where the water Is cooler .
ti;:,' ." AND SEVENTH FOR JUDIOIAI CIRCUIT.jfY. IN' tatoes suffered .fromextrerne' rise to the top of the water PORK, & BEANS 2 for 3.5e 1 i
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, paint. in said suit on or before realize meanness-but he does Limit 2 With $5.00 or Mpre Food Order I IChef.lSoy.Ar.Dee
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/be'i960 entered else" decree against:-pro you.confessor will.. per'cent- increase In cr6piproduction. :: :. I Ij
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". said Court 'thI8 lth day of September .V.vH',1te. PIZZA PIE MIX : 49.
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'.;H ,Bjr. Shirley Clerk'HodgesBeputy addition, the,Codys .harvest'several ORANGE JUICE 6/Eo; 9ge 1

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marriage span, .larger com- people, more mechanization, a j: family ; comes from material *gain or-lac--
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Pace Is } ,iiuaWee, nomadic living, worhip :automaton, more With.j,I habits; high moral behavior and cumulation' of weatih," he SaYS
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v: <* material things and a agriculture, larger ; This Is a fine of empha-
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needed
Ii"n Hold security.But fewer people Isn't
struggle. for greater because of the numberof sizing the fact that money
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:t, in a talk to a outside everything. .

]; ... That Never _Change 1 Home Demonstration Council. He thinks of rural also people that family may But *lr. Ahlgren influences.reminds that "So, in a world, vhere changeis
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the even more
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director have sizes, "let's hold onto
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i, of change'with: pwfi"- ew, an Agricultural Extension Service farming. Their problems values that should never
"Individual ideals
young dwel not changed.
population re urban '
; the soaring sixties will more like those of
-. and older people, shifting food predicted even more changes. More lers.. Less time may go to.feed- are far more important in our change"f

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: Thursday Octefeer ,6; 1960' THE- ELAGLER TRIBUNE, HUNNELL; ,FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN'j,

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I 'W. DAVIEM-BIELEJESKI ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEDfc 'PATTY FHENCH ,; ,;' ..Mrs. Levi." Bran m..was. ':'ta '* 'Bernice- Barber'\.andAnnabel <1 ..';:,
CELEBRATES WITH :; :Gainesville Tuesday ..visiting' ,Barber have moved, ,here,,tfdSi :.

t' ;::3f,-. A WRTHDAY ,PARTY! ',with her daughter, -Nancy: who' Flagler Beach and 'now-'are'/t r
\ 'fJi'f '' 'Mrsl Robert French entertained Is a student at' the University siding in Bunnell Homesltes 'ontr

r .: ...r: a group of young guests;Frir of. ;Florida In Gainesville.Mr. Chapel St. '." '{ .-,|F..t
day afternoon honoring; ,her
r0 daughter, Patty, who celebratedher and Mrs. -Larry Cody of David Shields spent Sunday lit
, ninth birthday".anniversarythat Gainesville spent the past week. Gainesville ,visiUrig: with Nancy:
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., Party decorations were fea parents, AIr and Mrs. L. S:Cody. the University three. '

.,_...< tured in the decorations and ...- -.-- -
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,11. in caring for her young guests F TUESDAY ,
,rY by her sister in law, Mrs. Tommy
1:';..::0.'f!.'" .purrance. Pronto pups, punch! ,1 NIGHT t tIN
?: ,birthday cake and: ice Cream : i
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: Townsend Carla Tucker, Charles .....

S:. CJegg,_ George Buckles, Richard.
French Maria Jugs, Chuck,I WONDERFUL
. IL Herr, Mike Durrance, Lora Ann
;,.i: .- : Geller. .' EVENING OF .
: Durrance, and Benny
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id Bunnell announce the arrivalof
I a daughter born September : .. I DONALD1O'CONNOR

25 at the Flagler Hospital in
St. Augustine. She weighed six

pounds 14% ounces' and has .
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{ 'y- and family DONALLtO'CONNOR; '

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Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Tucker, .
r.: Mrs. Louise Feddars announces the engagement of I
:; Mr. and Mrs. Z. G Holland Jr.,
?; and approaching marriage of her daughter, Miss Peggy ;
and Mr. and Mrs._ W.W. Deen MITZI
CO-STARRING
.";"< Lynn David, 'to 'Mr. Ed Bielejeski, son of Mr. and Mrs were in Miami Thursday thru _
I s John J.. The wedding will be of ANDRE
Bielejeski. an- event Saturday attending: the :Florida GAYNOR

October 15, -I960. ... /"' Fruit and Vegetable Association PREVIN -
convention. STATES' ,
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WOMAN'S SOCIETY_ MEET Bunnell Chapterof SIDNEYJt BREWERSFOUNDATION
t : ... FELICIA YVONNE CREWS _.
:" -AT METHODIST CHURCH 0. E. s. 'To Elect;, i Mr. and-Mrs. Marshall l Crews MILLER '

i'-' Twenty-five members of the if + of Bunnell announce the arrivalof
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Woman's, Society of'' Christian' a daughter born October 3 I
\ Eastern Star. will elect. a ii* associate BEERFLORIDA'S ,,.,
i '. Service met in the educational matron and'....patron ,on at the Flagler Clinic and Hos LIGHT .,,,' stir, United State* Brewer
BRIGHT i
building on Wednesday morning Tuesday' evening October J.1-'t"to pital. She weighed seven pounds i I Foundation ..
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for a business and program full unexpired terms, Mrs. Frank 9 ounces and has been given- BEVERAGEOF ... ... oT' zo.s N...Sal.
r' meeting. Mercer said the name of ,Felicia Yvonne. MODERATION 610U oriuL,It/riL
chapter Scretaiy .,
"'.,: Mrs. Richardson den and jijrs.:< ,today; '. .1rt ...-...._ -'
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: Flossie were' -T The ( of the
r .: ; es and "carried/put: ( the Theme Methodist Church wishes to

c- f9r the ,quarter, Into All the. ANNUAL FALL DANCE. v. thank the public;for :,helping '
I 'BRANNAM'SFood
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Final plans are being \completed
f." Mrs, RubyCodyave! an interesting on Tuesday evening by their : .
this week for the Annual
t'- ,, book review on "Onef. i attendance and contributions of '
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I Fall Dance at the Bunnell Community :
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., World One_Mission; :. Center.. The dance is i food. : Market ; ,

t :;:- During the 'week of Prayer sponsored by the Idlewood Club' ,'

) and Self ,Denial, Wednesday, and the proceeds are used on k ":; '
(!-r, ; October 26' has' been set for the their,civic and.charity work during ; Your .Rd & White Store.

,t; ) Quiet Day'.program. the year.
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the seniors this week is that .

DIXTANA\ RESTAURANT I they made their goal for their r 2CJc j

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IS OPEN AGAIN .' a CAR WASH ath the Texaco I ,
CLUB STEAKS 'li.i. 6ge
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J.: ; white sidewalls, so everybody RIB : : :
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Homemade Pies t. bring your'cars to 1>e washed. ,
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,r: .-: I deUeious fruit of orinetal:ori i I.;. may )lave. been, he acfalcyed,i![!expeditions over the fact of thtI <. sition in Chicago Inr 1893. The .
.';-- been knOW l-te,Mve mote ; [earth. Its Astrophysical Obser: .r : ;- have
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t.i \ than. 1,000 jvatory '
; preserve ifis. name," Dr. Carmichael Irate visitor !
: i The ation's. ati C" .te fast I I I setts, is expanding the frontiersof wroteher? Congress t;
; : : : becoming the Nation's showcase.. Mid. The Institutionhe man's knowledge.about space m "Something muat-be donev ;'
,, founded become one el 1 to
I I has J stop the Smithsonian from :"
:.. '-: .CI.AS11.LED, I The Smithsonian ,Instltirtiofl, the world's most influential, scientific Top Authority OB, Intfanii .shooting and stuffing all those l.

which Mark Twain,once referred and cultural centers." I Indians!" ,
:t-.. The Smithsonian is the absolute {
I".. ADS: 'to' as a: "mildewed' old' fossil,'' The Smithsonian has played authority on, the American I The Smithsonian. 'hasn't a '
a, vast modernization ..
is undergoing
t''r' a major role in the surge: of j i aborigine.Two magn-i-ftoent halls single stuffed Indian, of course. .; :
.. and building'
j Llatbap' .no>* tkla >headfas areS program. It show varied collection But y
American scientific progress. a rich and it does have a' collection of ;
word each buerttoa
,/ eenta per The new Museum of Historyand
, .. -' 75 eeata fa mtatninm eaarce. for has assisted at' the birth of of historic Indian, materials. 20,000. human skulls which ,have
Technology, scheduled
FOR...,.SAIfeBoyal Typewriter_2years.old completion In .1962 1:may well be: many modern;; sciences, induce Some of the' Smithsonian's told volumes about the Ufe of; .
ing-meterology/,aeronautieS"lUId in the
r : Pica Type. Contact H. world's finest museum.build. man: days of prehistory.
,r ; the 1 plaster 'figures- of. Indians were.
,'ij_;.',+,-:: R. -Bentley. 'ID 7-3373, 10-6.2tc. I I ing., .

:;,' HOUSE :TAILER-For :sale or! "In our exhibit sfeeps., dozens :

if" .rent See Tom ,Carmody at Sand'Bar of Artists, cabinetmaki fc painters 'I I.IREI BUSINESS DIRECTOR Ii

4 miles .iiortn on--HlghWaYI ,; electricians; and- plastics : ;

t'7 "y' .': No. 1. () I experts are preparing new exhibits .
: that will'match the splen I -../ If "
f
2 bedroom furnished -:
FOR BENT "'' Leon. AUTO SERVICEMcDANIEL'S BUILDING FLOOR :
1 1f dor of, the building, Dr SUPPLIES COVERING -
:j! : bath month.
:, home; tile 350 a
ard Carmichael,. Secretary of::the "
Green house located across, the Smithsonian, wrote in the Na- WICKLINE Tilecraft Company,

L: street frpm Flagler post_ office. ,tional Geographic. Dr. Carmichael Service' Station Building Supplies "LET US FLOURYOU"

Owner on,premises: Oct.. 6-ltp of the.-National .
.is a trustee CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS Armstrong & Kentile
t; STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS -
--'. ATTENTION MAN, OR WOMAN; Geographic Society., STEEL Sold and Installed
.
TIres-Batteries-Minor
. Repairs
All Work
Guaranteed
i-. Serve consumers, with Rawleigh "
11 Million People Yearly Flagler Beach HE 92254CLEANERS :
-
... ,. Products in Fl gl County.. Must Bunnell ID 77119Biddle Ormond BeachOR 73181FURNITURE

r-c : have desire to"earn $100 per A conservator of America's Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRlCATlON I
" \ : week & up. See Frank Massey cultural heritage, the Smithsonian "

(,,_. PO BoX: 74, Anthony or write maintains for public use Ormond ,Bedding and

? Rawleigh's pept .' FAJ.360.27, three, 'museums; three art galleries GULF TIRES & BATTERIES BUNNELL.. CLEANERS. Furniture Co. ,

1', Memphis, Tenn. ? } and a .zoo.! Open 'I .A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days EVERY CLEANING I Subatantlal BEDS-SOFAS Discounts-FURNITURE on All \

Oct. 61320.3tp. constitute, the State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 SERVICE $10 Tradeln Covers Down Payment
r r 0; 'Together they 0>>*n Dallr S to 8 I! R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner I
i FOR RENT-Furnished:! 2 bedroom largest. museunivcomplex in the .
:
Colonial Service StationEARL Phone ID 7-3188 eO Granada, Ormentf lira. on 7.8 Ill
, home in Flagler Beach. world," Dr; Carmichael said. .
;' Completely done:over and new "More than 11 '.million people E. RICE., ProprietorGAOILLUBRICATION<< << 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell j GARDEN SHOP :

Ii"--. : bedding. $65.00> per: montti: :.Contact annually view It exhibitions. | Gray's Garden CenterHeadquarters .
.. MiKef What : but MOTOR; TUNE-UP CONCRETE PRODUCTS _
t.: Mrs. Sullivan. Key thesee Represents for Gardening Needs

ry: 'may .be picked/up; ;,at Sullivan's the choicest faction ot the 52 GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES Your "Q" For ConcreteDial Ceramics!, Gifts.Materials Dry Arrangement'
million 'treasures u.s.. HIWAT 1 BUNNELL
: ., Gulf ,Station, Flagler Beach. catalogued Annuals Shrubbery. Fertilizers
,'. Oct. 6-ltp s- I worth well 'over.. :.-a ,billion dollars GET YOUR GOBOYand CL. 3-8113 TORO LAWN MOWERS
" -which the; Smithsonian BEACH/ 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph.' OR.7-051J
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make with '
Carts McCullock DAYTONA .
; _
ROOM, & BOARD for _elderly. 'rQuil1ian ORMOND: '- .
..;'. Private Beach. Private Rooms &I I preserves. .' West Bend, or (Clinton Engines. '
:t--.'... Bath. Pension Checks accepted. There are huge;; objects--the Tires and Cart accessories at .Concrete,. Inc. HARDWARE

Motel.: ''south : of .elepls*and. the CORBETTS SUNOCO SERVICE
t\ Rocky Surf : tl mile biggest Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.

., of, MarinelancL. .. Oct. 6-itc biggest dinosaur// .! bone. ever STATION' DRUG STORES JOHN DEERE .
f f ; Bunnell Tel. ID 77123Hall's &Industrial
found-a&d suc! ,n note items Agricultural Equipment
SPINET PIANOS"BRAND. NEW. are Anderson Store STEEL -
as hummingbirdteggsrThere! Atlantic Station Drug
Bars Shapes HotCold Boiled
: Also low as $$445.00. Must sell
observationhive
'> live janlmals"lan t Black Galvanized Pipe & Fittings
f. several, :new. spinet, pianos :and "oC-1'b e8):/ and, dead ones, Jack Hall;' Proprietor : 7 Prescriptions: '! LAWN MOW ;R* REPAIRS'DEEN

t .; organs; ab:In..m''room for' 'fallsWpmejnt'J l clQdiBi.W 3cneter. the .horse_ GASOILSLUBRICATION: 'rSJc,,:- Suiidrics Kqbm! Supplies" "- ._:.' RD. PHone'I*" .,7S143

r < ; >> :now ,and. $*?*. General 'Sfeerldan rode in' the 'Tires Batteries-Accessories .
THAT FAMOUS
PAINTExclusively
r, Low down' payments, convenient- I I Civil War., >' *l ROAD SERVICE BUNNELL -
?. terms.Thompson Music Co.:(your r. BUNNELL Tel. ID,7-3652 at
n ;:..' .- Baldwin ,Dealer) 134 Volusia.Ave A 2573-pound. meteorite a. Moods, Pharmacy ,

'. Daytona'tBeach. Phone CL 2story colonial farmhouse fromMassachusettsthe -Sullin'j) Gulf Service Flaglir ount-. Corner Drug Store DlMtJ. FLAGLER ACH

28215.. Oct.. 6-13-2tc. original Star- GULF PRESCRIPTIONS HARDWARE
... Spangled 'Banner, Egyptian Flagler Beach HE 9-2103 ..
C t.TYPIXG'' done at home Includ mummies, "a $10,000 bill,' a, nugget GASOILSLUBRICATION'TIRESTUBESACCESSORIES DRUGS:-SUNDRIES ,

,;..,. lag stencils, letters', church programs .. of Sutter's gold, half .a': mil "Specializing Beach Information In Service and FOUNTAIN 'SERVICE. Village Hardware Center I

' ; ,-reports, etc.,Jeanette Bell, lion postage stamps, and the Clean Rest Rooms"In BunnelL Ho.. Phone ID 7-3661 BOUSE PAINTS
:,;';' Deen Road,,.Bwnnell. 9292tpFOR Wright. Brothers'plane: are 'The Heart of Flagler Beach Match and mix any color

;. ,SALE-1953 Chevrolet Sta- r among other items that make AUTO REPAIRS ORMOND PRESCRIPTION ,Builder's Supplle>y'. Eltchenwco -
' the Smithsonian Washington's. PHARMACYSick GIFTS GREETING CARDS
; tion Wagonffc engine Just over I :
hauled ,good, condition. Phone I foremost tourist attraction. Shields Service Station Room Supplies-Sundries AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-042&
> Arcadius Habel. Mechanic 24-Hour Pzeccxiptioa Servtee
1'z:- :!:. Sept 29-tf i Smithsonian's ;
<. The beginnings
I F. COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS Free. Delivery la Flower .Beach JEWELER
: 'FOR" KENT*an' the ocean 1 and i go back to .1826; when an Englishman Right Now We'll Overhaul and Rt. AlA 1 mL North of O.
Mower ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1(61 F. BEACH
Smithson
James, pen. Repair Your Power
: 2 bedroom ,apartments completely
Jeweler
Ii will leaving his fortuneof No Job Too'tDlg Or Too Small
- furn&ied. utilities included; ned a 111 No. Say St.. Bunnell Thompson Pkaraaacy Elgin Watches-Diamonds
dollars the
tt' SenalMei.,:fc :iday, week month half. a million to Your Health Is Wealth Exceptional Gilts
United. States 'to .fou d...an. es EDGAR'S GARAGE24Hour
t.: Sun Sea Motel .
or peraaaH Put YourPHSCRIPTIOIfS
Watch
J Repairs Engraving
for the increase &
i'" ferraerly: Flagler Manor- tablishment :? Towing: Service
48 W. Granada Ormond Beach
of Knowledge
diffusion among.
t,> i'9.1Stf. COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRSWheeliBalancinglsFront In Our Hands __ _OR 7-2884_
This I was done in 1846.
.. men. Service
A OrmeDd Drop Preocrlptlea Shop
t: 1 OR S.Ev OB, RENT modern ---;-'! End 141 W. Granada-Onnoad.7-1421 PAINTING CONTRACTOR

E ,,new home, ,6. rooms and garage, FREE: PAINT, 249 Granada Alignment Ormond-OR 7..... _

fS:;. Central heating'. and air conditonin -' One extra gallon of your choice Flagler Beach Sundries R. Moody _
: ,
, TRANSMISSION
) : A&0O FOR RENT 3- AUTOMATIC
v with each hallos you: buy
i :,oom'apartments at SEALTEST ICE CREAM 1 AJNTI1j GA
,- Mary ,Carter Paint Store HOLLY HILLHYDRQMATIC f
*h. Contact
s$30. a jao Capital SERVICE SCHOOL SUPPLIES
, ; Motel. .Korena.., 9.15-tf A! o',We.tKte ..k.9plBC. Outter Phone ID 7-3240
; ; ...... 1 '"e' ,_ '
!! Rebuilding
'" c Repairing Not OIIISOUY8ftirsGILL T5UNNELL FLORIDA
k : ; ,
>" :- : room masonry I If RCA VICTOR. Central Florid&e TRA.N811158I&1S'lint .peetaHata U.AUTOMATIC .'I '
enstructedbullUn Home, fUrnIShed. JlADIOTELEVISION'PAUL
: HU1 COMPANY
COLOR TV 123
< LIVING, DRyG
f' gpra close to schoolS .OI7-1381 '
.
'"L.OOK FOR .praB PICWREi Walgren AgeacyPRESCRIPTIONS. S RADIO & TV
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district. .
and
For In.. woow :
rin
STORE
: Ofli$ .IIi 7-3308 'after 5 Soak >**.** ,& TWoa, BAR AND PACKAGE Atesas Sales & 'Installations
& -Ph. OR .7-MOl BEACH Authorized Soles RCA VictorWe
2M FLAGLER
r 5 P.Mi+ : Sept. J.-U. 0IUI !fDI Sick. Room Supplies Sundries
*- HOTEL BAR tB W. Gnutada Are. Ormoi Beach repair all ether TV A Itadl*sets
k.u. .3WT1C TAXK cleaning rea on- OR 7.s>>oI 1370 Ocean Blvd AlA
Geerge Jams Phone ."The Meeting Placeof OR 7.2852
a .ra Orawad, Beech
}.' .
ff'..' ..;- .',', ,1D. '1... .. 6.16-12;8-tp I- r. Irk Flagler se.-Camaty"Yroaae .. I FLOWSTt.- '

:;'",. .>OR M .X. Three. Ideal tote cm, B1JJI1IIfIILI... .PLOl Il9 A I i -Jia 61tad BAMBOOBAR I Blacks Flower Shop NURSERY r

,: 1r' : % close to school I Wagon Wheel Nursery
Jb COCKTAIL 2 blocks west of Railroad on
'- :..4 town, needs no f : : Sh do Trees Potted Plants
; 'MRS,. M. Br'F ,,B LOUNGE Moody -Torsythe
;' build turn right on
--:<<: *i : J on.Coy Shrubs
_... G.'.Hartfr. : 121tfOFS : Dt.r- .... : lcati ntke Ope Uwler Mew' Mmagamro. P3ewe.slot All OaaffiitigBunnell 1,000 plants free; rune with Tery--
.' ... .... .. In and Get- AcquatetedOeeoi dollar you sp nd.' Thousands of
If.: t s Come } Phone W 7-3346 varitlea at reduced prices. Beat in
'
f'.1; .,.. PIIWIeI.:. aIgad : :....... BH4 AlA FiBeseh '- town.B48 S. U.S. I 'Hwy, Onaand Beath'
S4ses :t O'fsr4it.Haere4 '. 11'CEE. 01L'
?LA'' 8, REALTY CO. BOTTLE OM I :TRAVEL AGENCY -

IV.-.. OCEAN FRONT, '--.' 'elara ..attt; HARRIS. T TiD.GAS xiiG' rgUCKSTEW ORMOND BEACH

P ONT, FARMS. .._ ai'b.. -
w _
I. : PsLri BOTTUE: ,or BOTJCB30ME
OILS
Jb
w PHiLLIPL 6i GAl TRAVEL AGENCY
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r r' PL4GtEt 'CXUII.
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: i Dattvttx.fa the Cow MI Air Bus & Steamship a Tlckfeu T
; = OWWKD GAS COMPAIIY "" Tours and Crul -World Widf
Fwd Otl,, Kwoeene: TnteterIKK Y Domestic Airline Tickets Always
I IPf PHONE ID 7-3551
.' I aeoline' Available at no Extra Ch&ra..
... je. ".M ::; ;
,;;, f> -. : II" .....'1'" "1' CI J Yi I. Next.ta-Coquina-BarrOzroand
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Thursday, October .6, "1960 THE FLAGLER; TRIBUNE: BUNNELL. FLORIDA :\PAGENINE, !

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: -' Nutrients the!!"university to determine'the ::- -: :' ;i' "- i
More In
A.merica's'dersiip
of certain l !
relationship dietary bu
E components to vascular disord: I Atf c'i r.
.
In Agriculture. Giv Fruits VegetablesOffer
-- $I ers.indicates An experiment that certain In progress dietary Tom Dorr_ ; I I0

Bulwark Strength ,Longer'LifeAgricultural .
I I conditions lead to intra.vascular
scientists have clumping of red blood cells, ( xM WoR_ WG.fOUT .
t t There Is more to national: made considerable progress Inbreeding OUR BuDGETas -
progress than maintenance, of a,1 t fruits and vegetables Dr. Robbins says these experiments WHDT IN THE VwCPLO ARE
and"success J JJ t point out the necessity 1CU DOINE,
strong army in 'developing that contain more riutrients, according -
basic studies on -the iii-
for
J rockets? 'and satellites=, to a University of FlorIda '
.
I chemistry of aging and Incre as- Q
'
J The United States ,is recognized chemist
f as the"orld': lea&ef' in ,advancing -I 'ed'eff rts .towards improvingthe t s.T .
agriculture ands Americans, Dr. R.C; ,Robbins,':In the agri- nutrient composition of our

J are the best led' peeple In the cultural experiment ,station's foodstuffs. ,
1 world. Two leading ,Communist food' technology department, T
{ '" countries,, however are finding says,; for example,. the ascorbic
r. that bugs and breakdowns are acid content of tomatoes has O. F. ALFORD
hampering. their "agriculture.- raised :from: 26 ,milligrams per ,Registered I :
-1t'-. 100 grams 'to 50 milligrams.The! .'
..':;- ',Thousands.ot itracters. ,
: ; and : i RealEstaj Broker I
.,.... ,
t combines are',"reported standing The carotefleli eteent of tomatoes I G; -
J .1dI in Russia, ,for lacy .of repair has been similarly'In.. BuanelL Florida !
r parts. Food'' production I creased to equal ; The niacin content of corn has THEY MAKE YOU t. ERwJLi -
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'threa
seriously
t'I goalsare e ed, WORRY BEPO e.>tXJ
In America, farm ,machinery: is- been doubled.Dr. Frank & Glad'sSHOE SPEND THE MON 1Gg -

helping farm people produce .unprecedented Robbins .citeS'another 'ex I 17
I Li
quantifies of' the, periment in. which corn was selected REPAIR
ever: MOODY BLVD. _
finest, foods : known VV
: ?* fot:protein content., In 50 'I Block West of Railroad
Red Chinese official newspapers > generations. corn was produced -General Shoe Repair
carry the: complaints of which' contained 19.5 'per cent '
farm managers .w'ho' call for protein. THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized :
great, increases in production
Many scientists now believe Evlnrude Dealer.
'insecticides'and: des.Bugs; that intensive studies on the relation BOATS ACCESSORIES -REPAIRS
and plant diseases,-'they warn, of nutrition to' the aging ,: Dockage. Storage Free Ramp
.- ,are seriously'limiting'food" production processes will bring better WE FINANCE -

t' ... always-hun'gry,. a dangerous' china situationin health in the future.Experiments'and longer. life" to man' 1-825 Ballough ,Rd-Daytoaa. j'V'......",......... .."...:.-.-.....:.:..-.... J-....."..,}''..................,}'.",...'....v"'n

The 'chemical. weapons-.against'. J are underway at I] FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR 'NIGHT
plant diseases for '-'which the It I
t II .
.,.Chinese farmers. now clamor I AMBULANCE
,. ,.. are I chinery industry:with;the same I Y
the syery1 ones "that have been- I PHONE VAley-4-1625!
energy 'and'skill devoted to
developed to so high: degree in I I SERVICE :
rocket and satellite :production 1
[ 1I ,
ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
this: country, They ,have helped st 1I -
much' ..increase "It .is the people of both countries .
-'to 'food'produc.. I be hesitant G Ambxilancc.. We
whose leaders. say they I Never out oalllag a
,, tion ,hereThe I must:serve;the state*rather than I I ere always at yea"aervtee with, prospt&ess, safety. and:

Chinese have' been put [I have the ,state serve,-then, .who I I ce. ;
ting their main energies into I pay the price! for ,their' govern- :
t..' the industries of war and into ment's neglect, of the basic. industry : -. Prompt Service- J Equipped, With Oxygen: Retusitator and Inhalator
f:. ?supporting, a ,huge ;army. The I -agriculture.! '"- PLACE YOUR,ORDER" WITH US I I
"Russian people no doubt would f I Garcia Funeral HomeP.
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'
This country "can be, proud of .
r be eating:and living: far better I its agriculture,, but-,at the sametnust The MaglerTribune:; : t.. :GARCIA, Licensed Funeral, DirectorLAST -
if their had devetypment
,leaders pushed -
i t 'Ic the sd- Phase Wtevreed ,_.
'their time Brio neglect: Ii 73ZEuniiot.i'levlda. !: ASSISTJWT

: z--of-!":'- ,. ft'r'P .J .entific, .defense. 'cvelienta I_:. ._-........-.. ft .-.r.--. ..........-,}'.",...-............."' .'..I. ..,/ ....,. ..lI
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1.... .: r- :- v 50 FREE '' r1
:l' >*- at: : ,1 : Ilk' '. ".'
I' /'*. *&! STAMPS :. .C'OFFE' 49 '"-,
'" ,.. .u.' TOP VALUE ,> ;;'_ 5 -, '
I '." c;WITH $5.OO FOOD ORDER OR:MORE : _: ff CaN -

., .'"O_ ; AND.THIS COUPON ;:; ':.' :,5, ._ LIMIT ONE WITH$5.00 FOOD ORDER
.' '_-1" LIMIT ONE TO A FAMILY 4 '','. tAME l'O';
*N _v PETER OZ. JAR ARMOUR'S 3 tb CANDDRESS
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'- -THIS, 1 COUPON EXPIRES OCT.; 8th;_1950 SHURFRESH 1 tb BOX. Limit one with $5.00. ,Mood, order -
', .ia.RED: BIRD CAN :...: '
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,Lyks Sugar CreeLH- '* ', ,SALTINES VIENNA SAISASE ': 10*

MIMED."' PICNICS. '. 'J,, :. ':-i I 33 CHEF OVAK.DEE. .' "_" "33"ILEACN- r '

'W.HSn .Grade 'A' Beef .t PIZZA PIE MIX .' .4!* 17
?_ :Vj3:. } :. ; cif.
>" UICIROIST ;; J:"lb4& PLANTERS'7 OZ..'CAN :. DEL MONTECATSIP :'14'O7 BOTTLE _

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'-' ,' -," -': ,, .:.-. :' PEANUTS ta.' 87* /za4jI.:; ZPPSILNAST ,
: .. ,,L a ,BHtOl\.Butt" 'W ,," .' (:- .> '" '. '., ,
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,: : : -- : .- .. t.i ': ti j : I IL. : :>':"-'. '-..';';'.... _t' FROZEN FOODS'Fre c. .
.: -. ;j- .i. c'"...:: :. ;J W( :$' ,- .
':-;'. k 'DreftftedENS. '. ;:..r' .:-': >;'': LARGE SIZE, ,, '. /.- >.. "
.4V:.; 'c-- :' .' ( 5 ..-::' --- : ; :_ 24 oz. .
'p' : "lFNit. ) :, 'il Ib Y v- '''2 i- .-yL.' 'MBAaV : ;
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''j .. .UMIIKEI.t t $1.21FINJ '.U. 25 BircUeye 10 oz. c

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... ;; ". : : '" ':;#.f"Jrti, : 10;' onetwkk $8.00: ..
: ," -RODUCE, -IN TOWN :.0- ; / Birt 10 oz '
.. f'.. : -: "' ,FOod1'o._. eye
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POTATOES ::10 : ; : ': -. -
:39c
:" '.:: ALL BRANDSCttAIETTES, ::
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; .Extra' Fancy .MclatekAPPLES ''-'
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25 FREE ;
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_.,c. 2 ...35e REG. $428 TOP VALUE STAMPS ;
: ? Sweet SIZEct.. WITH THE PURCHASE OF
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y ,:JiuR- -- --GRAPES _',,19c- ,AND KING FILTERS SIZE ', eta.QUANITY '. lj' Kraft's Cfcfekti Kttfo hoer .

l -t Tkl' Coupon. Expires Oct. Sth, 1060 r
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Prw Sat. ;_ '
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-' < c. ; .. .' J' :... :... Thursday, October-6p. ;I960' ..-.'1
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Electric. 1".-" 'O PAIGN.-'WIFE?'t:"suspense waiting- for the = say''these were'.the years' when !

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: I.moment and hoping Jack say the tide came in and America :;
1Ey 'Jacqueline "(ice John F.) :do well.I Joyal,3't re .started to move again.1'* I like '':
f'- 'OnlputGiths'; j'j'KeDMdr I cannot express the were to think that other Americans -. -1
tf
felt ,in my husband. You out;felt the in their
: same lump
' Production ,of"-electric; 'energy I: I have been back ,in Hyannis)call my reaction a wife's to i 1 throats that I did. -
'". In Florida: during:the first six I port for almost a week now. _
t.-f months of this year outpaced I This little summer village, I! -..", ... <::< < .- iiS'
J most business indicators with a i where my husband has lived ;,; ; :: : \
'' 12 per cent gain'over 1959, the i since 1927 closes, down after,Labor 1 IT'S HEATING TIME >> -

'... Florida State, Chamber of Commerce Day. Nearly alt the houses ." .. ..
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reports. have boarded windows boats -:'
I.. This gain is,' slightly above have been ,taken out of:'the-wa-* I GREEN'S: FUEL GAS : "i "

r: the previous years: increase, in ter and only seagulls-cry, about I II ,

.. contrast' to a narrowing of the I the deserted pier where Caroline j : ,--i
r": xaargin'of gain in such."growth and- I go to throw th.em. ,bread.- ; IS '. .: -' ;: -'.,
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r i,- gauges as, employment sales The 13 cousins she. played. with i iI ..: < '<'--; .;", 11-
W ';' tax collections 'and: : bank deb I I this summer are gone.' i Clean safelick Economical ;
f. its," the trade: body 'pointed out. In these lonely* Autumn days : ..
L "During i ne3i t half of this! I follow my husband's campaign '
; ', year, a total ',543/763,000 kilowatt with rapt attention." OiH "BUpGET.EASY- High Winter, HeatingBills' ,

t, was: generated hours of inane; electric state... energy This I I I tapes This appealing week made to Puerto some .radio Bic*:i it'Gives Yen fcs At:"4ilitsatsri lii>ire MOW! ; I

i: ". Is more than' .'was. produced in fins, Mexican-Americans, Haitians : '
1... the full year 1953.. ,And Poles 'to register and Select Your Heater NOW From '
r' .',. :"Making ups. thV major part of vote., I am grateful to my parents .
J- the 1960 figure was a total of for the effort they made; "
k $;,643'mlllione' : : kilowatt_ hours, to teach us. foreign languages.' FLAGLER HARDWARE
f.' produced by ,_ regular utility I Ir All 'these people have contributed ,
;.' plants, both public and private, II I so mpch, to our .country's
!$:.;/ which was u&ed.for.: general_ culture; it seems ,a proper court-. i
1 '+ lighting purposes and, by 'comonercial ,esy to address them-in their own

;: :and industrial_ ''establish: tongue.' ,_ Arrange for Economical Bulk Green's Fuel Gas Service "
anents which: do not nianufac-, Jack telephones late each ,
; turetheir' 6wn/CTrrerit.. 'gain night.. I have been with him in Storage Tank At Flagler" Will Install and Service Gas Appliances
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f r1 of, 13 per centbver _l.ast'year. so many of.the places he has : ':, ::{jrSold ---- *
was registered,., a.. modest improvement campaigned : ,this week That Hardware When You .,''. .: ->: ->--
f" : ,> .;; over, the 1958-5ff: in- makes me homesick for the days :" .'" By J- "-.JKFlagler -
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Select Your eaters.
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I : .crease. we. used to campaign together. '
' '< ,' "Large manufacturing plants On September 21 he was in .+ : :, '. -, I Hardwarefor .:- y.
f; in the state .:which generate Tennessee; we,'were there to-
f. ,: electric energy _for ,their' own gether the ,spring.? of 1959. I .remember -
'" t:uses, produced 901; million kilo- the great' atomic plantat .
t. '\ ',watt hours f' current during Oak Ridge, And Andrew .J
1-=:: ': : the first half;t of the .year. This Jackson's, home The Hermitage,
; industrial production, normally in Nashville, It was, the least w

t '. does not expand so rapidly as museum-like of all the .Presi --. "- ..",.!:!"
-' 'utility production but this year's dents' homes I visited. You felt '

". : _gal 'was only, one;' ;per cent he, had gone out ;for a- morn? .. 1 .
f'' compared to ,an annual: averageof : ing's ride, and might' return .to ;'-.it, / tJr'h; ..
about 7 per' cent In recent- find you there.t < : '

years. On September .22. and 23 Jack
; "Nationally, both utility and was in, Wyoming,: Denver' andSalt :! : t :
r Industrial production gained 6 :Lake:. City: I remember pk
'.tger cent .during! the first six ..Cody, \Yyqroing, the cold of the
s .months,.,<>fthlsyear( ," the, State winterfs{ day afjcj. the warmth,of -' ,
7. .- Chamber; ,concluded.k' the people;. the bracing air in : : .
Denver,. the best I,have breathed this
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.: Florida (honey from 277,000 anywhere. And Salt Lake City ,
,< __... .colonies of .bees last year totaled last spring, the orchards Just "- :rte'-, 'v
li : 14,100,000 pounds and was valued -, coming into bloom and rthe -

t ':: at 7200000.; Great Salt Lake red and goldas Y ling-
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we left at sunset. < -
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J: : FRED A. I pictures of her father receiving .", -'f.-' ,,', -:
; an Indian war bonnet and ;: "
JEWELER :I speaking before the great pipe )::; '; :: .
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DIAMONDS organ In the. Mormon Temple "'. .
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the annual Steer Roast at
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Euclid Park in Cleveland. I read K
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the crowd was almost 200,000 .P-'>1 ......
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I, have been,there with him the ::; .:. ..
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.. yCxocysti" past two years and it is one' of ,,: -
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my most colorful memories. An c
i amusement park, .,
.. crowds mill >;; !
: .. ing, ,bands playing, the. acrid

.. II smoke of coming roasting like meat, surging the applause -I U i::':;: : when shopping for a new home : < I

1 waves. Last year Jack spoke .as

i: .tl' r before.have never THey ,sent heard us'him a'recording speak- t It's the sign of a tko.gktftl'builde, ; ,j ;

f of it which I will always :

;. saVe. This year, ''I gather, he >., ,
....' surpassed -himself. ; 7 : ; { '..: \,-:" +'. ,'
,All the parts.of this great and r> '
t. to I ri1 beautiful country! I, have seen .I i Concealed,4.&.-,- ,- .Telephone, f -4il. ..
.M r.rr.aw wV with my 'husband-all the peo.. I ? your. new home/means: ':;.- \ IIi
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: : ''oME R4LFLOFTU FEM- pIe I have'.met, I will be always : ,"' '. ...
;[ t 1I WE 'WORLD SPENDS grateful to ,pbltlcs ,for showingme *Nowe: zposed wiring to detract from '
1iocr OF lS 1W4E 7RYINfr America.I interior decor! -v l" :.,' -. .
7 TO WO.CXJT WEARING! prepared: for the first of the : : ','.
o great debates on TV in my own *No maniac of woodwork, walls or
way by, inviting friends to watch floors. -. -
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i', fe .r avonly giving you It leaders with vet and Democratic-chairmen of women Citizens .*Gives you handy outlets f r'exten... -
it should? -
half file ,power far for Kennedy Committees in .'k son phones all through the house. .
... Jt:ift the,earnThert M
" '. _, New England! I wanted to held
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: alp' that'll new f if Adds value to your new home! :
the ftnIt listening party to en' .
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)We .. ... ire it. Don't far.F -
,u .: J courage people ,around the country '. There' -are other advantages in having.: : ,__, :
.; .!. to do the,'same whether for ...-your- .... ,la0H3e. Telephone Planned.' Ask, '
or Nixon. -' '- """ '"
Kennedy '
There has
'Tau neat wail plate it aU tItet" yw bwflder for full information. ,
not been an_encounter like this "
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,. \ t'' since' the theoln-DOuglas de ,., .-,,', .'aka. when your home u- c+tipped.. ..... :";,,' .. .<:. ",-'., j
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should wmtcH>: it ',: ., / : : ::1j f1 c f F
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I promise*' tfcat she wi llMiil'a. 'M-: \ :# k :: i}; '- <- 3, :,;>,1.,:'. <; ::1't <
listening peifer_ of her own .far ''. -- <:':: 'ri"- \ __ulh.JItIF II.II tt .
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er.*" i ll one ;of the next three dctel i : ; .' .. 1 ;,::.- ''f '1i :.,, ,. '- '

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