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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: July 20, 1961
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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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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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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.r.t VOLUME 49, NO. 28 BUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY.; JULY 20, 1961 $2.50 A YEAR

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Budget Hearing I MachineThe About Fogging Dues to, Influx ,



Friday, July 28The I are Bunnell urging City parents Commissioners to keep- Of New Citizens. '

their children from following the "
County Board of Public fogging machine during the I Florida's population gain dur-
; Instruction has set Friday, July time it is in operation.This I ing the past ten years was the
28, for the annual public hear- is a ,dangerous practiceas result of an inflow of residents
the school budget for the from other areas at a rate three
ing on the children play in the fog
times as strong as the natural
fiscal of 196162.
year and those who are driving vehicles ,
from births in the state
;rate ,
will, be held at meeting or passing the :
The hearing the Florida State Chamber of
machine, can not see the children ,
2 P.M. in the county superintendent's Commerce reports.
office in the court- I who are apt to get in the I .-. -
house. path of the cars. 1 "During the decade, Florida .
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I The Comissioners are askingthe gained a total of 2,179,000 new 1
A legal advertisement in this I cooperation of the parentsin residents, giving the state an officially I
issue of The Tribune lists the this matter in order that a estimated population of I I Dedication Sunday

anticipated receipts and expend- serious accident may be pre 5,000,000 on July 1 of last year.
itures in the budget, This is required vented. The net gain from migration accounted -I
by law so that taxpayersmay for 75 per cent of this
be informed concerningtheir DBJC NURSING SCHOOLIS figure (or 1,625,567 persons) and Of Flagler Beach'sNewPost
school system.In AGAIN: ACCREDITEDThe births made up 25 per cent (or
practical nursing schoolof of the
553,433) gain.
past years, few parents and Daytona Beach Junior Col I. .
taxpayers have troubled themselves lege's :Mary Karl Division has "The"yeartoyear pattern va- (
to attend the public hear- been accredited by the Florida .1 ried considerably from the ten- Office Set

ings, and this year probably will'State Board of Nursing, College year average. During the year:

be no different. I'I President Roy F. Bergengren an- I July 1,. 1950 to July 1, 1951, the Dedication Ceremony for the
i nounced. total gain was 145,000 new residents -
new Flagler Beach Post Office
The accreditation, effective divided 73 per cent from : Tournaments To
will I
be held at 12:30 Sunday,
FF MEMBERS
I migration and 27 cent from
July 1, is the tenth'consecutive per I (
July 23) Postmaster Rufus M.
year the department has beenso births. I Begin At Bunnell
FORESTRYA II Miller said today. Following the
STUDY I
recognized by the' state.
"The (1957- dedication free fish
I peak growth year program a
week's course in practical Since 1951, more than 250 1958) saw a total of 263,2663new High School fry will be served on the Post

forestry methods began Mondayfor women have graduated from Floridians, 81 per cent from I Table tennis and shuffleboard I(I Office grounds. :Mr. :Miller said
two Flagler county vocational I the program. Graduates are em- migration and 19 per cent from tournaments will be conducted the public is invited to,both the
in from
students at 0'- ployed nursing positions I dedication
agriculture births. ceremony and fish
as part of the Summer Recreation -
Leno State Park, just north of coast to coast; Dr. Bergengrensaid. I fry. ,
I at the Bunnell
The most recent year for L .program
-High Springs.- The and two Donald boys Barrow are- __ I,which official .estimatesare_. r High School, Coach Cliff Mc-' _.:TheDew_Post.Office building
hefBeld "
,\ David _, _. 4. I II Griff :said"today I
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"t ,-. both bf BunneTl.:--'-" -- i I available"covers 'July 1; 1959 to I is located on the north side of
I FAMILY, SAFETY IS July 1, 1960. The gain during Beginning Wednesday night Highway 11 at Flagler Avenue.It I
Some 120 Future Farmers of THEME FOR YEAR'S that time totaled 210,000 new : July 26, at six o'clock the tourna- is a new modern building
America are gathered there to residents, 68 per cent from migration will be with a front construction of
FARM SAFETY WEEKWe ment ,open to two age
attend the 27th annual forestry and 32 per cent from groups. Boys and girls, age 12 native coquina rock and plate I
:training camp. Wood-using In- Americans seem to need' births. This figures to a migration to 14 and 'also 15 and up. Any glass. Concrete block construc-
dustries sponsor the camp, an official 'week" each year to rate of 2,128 persons each persons interested in entering tion is used in the remaining
which is under direction of the remind us of things, we really week and a natural' gain of 1,311 the tournaments should registerat I I I part of the building. A large
\ Florida Forest Service. should practice every week of persons each week during the the Bunnell Gym on Friday parking area with loading fa-
During the week the farm every year. year 19591960." afternoon, July 21, beginning at cilities In the rear of the building -
youths'will receive intensive instruction There's nothing wrong with two o'clock, Mr. McGriff con is also an added conven- '
in forest practices to the Idea-the official reminder tinued. fence.
prepare them for the task of usually proves ,helpful-but too Jim Upson To
I Among the distinguished j ji
,. managing their own farm wood- often too many people will sub '
lands. stitute one week's observancefor i guests invited to attend are
Ranch OnRotary'Program
Substitute For Boys !Senator Spessard Holland, Senator -
Professional foresters from the a year's practice. i
Florida Forest Service, the Uni- National, Farm Safety Week, George Smathers, Congress.

versity of Florida School of Forestry to be celebrated July 23-29 this Rev. W: L. SpicerJim Farris man Syd Bryant Herlong, Senator, Governor Verle
and private industry make year is a perfect example of The program for the Bunnell
up the''instrutional staff for the a "week" that should be considered Upson, ministrel student Rotary Club at 12:30 today at the Pope Wadsworth., and Representative W. L.

camp. a continual part of rural I at the University of Florida in Masonic Hall' is to be an Informative ;

life. Gainesville will fill the pulpitat I one on the Florida Sheriffs Postmaster Miller will open .
Cosponsored by the National} the First Methodist Church Boys Ranch at Like Oak, Flor- the program and Rev. R. W.
Safety Council and the U. S.I of Bunnell Sunday morning. The ida. Dickert pastor of the Community ;

Department of Agriculture, the pastor, Rev. W. L. Spicer, Jr., is Howard R. Bentley, club pro. :, Church will give the invocation i
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18th annual National Farm I-on vacation and is visiting with gram chairman, said a historyof Howard Wisehaupt will ;
Safety Week has as its theme, his parents in Bristol, Tenn. Boys Ranch will be told anda act as master of ceremonies for ;!
Safety Is a Family Affair." sound movie in color, "A Hand the occasion. !i
In Florid the week has been Mr. Upson is the son of Mr. Up," will be shown.
set aside by a proclamationfrom I and Mrs. Lawrence Upson of The Florida Boys Ranch was The welcome will be given by I II

Governor Farris ,Bryant Daytona Beach and the grandson established in June, 1957, and is Mayor George Wickline, and the \I
and sponsored by the ,Florida George L. Biddle of Bunnell.He sponsored by the Florida Sher- I(I introduction of distinguished };
Farm Safety Committee. has flIed the,,pulpit hereon iff's Association and voluntary guests and Navy personnel will I f
Accidents in farm homes take several occasions.Development contributions, from individuals. 'I I be made.A .
about 2,700 lives a year accord- Studies conducted by the as- presentation of Flag to Postmaster .
ing to the National Safety Council sociation in :1954 and 1955 indicated I National Anthem by
and 3,400 persons are killed Firm a most urgent need for 'Band, Navy .Color Guard break
each year doing farm work. Thisis a ranch project, Bentley said. I Flag at mast head, and the :
in addition to the 4,700 farm 'Takes Over HooperConstruction "The ranch however, is far pledge to the Flagler by Eagle
residents who die on the highways I from completed as more facilities Scout Paul Staton.
in nonwork accidents. I Co. are needed to accommodatethe The dedication will be follow.ed .
Accident prevention, on the many boys who need a by remarks by Mr. Miller
Y farm as anywhere else, involves General Development COrpora- good ,home. and the benediction will be
positive action that makes surea tion, engaged in eight commun- "The 'ranch's future size and given by Rev. Mlllard: Brock,

:job Is being properly done. development projects on both success" Bentley said, ."will depend !I pastor of the First Baptist
Servicing a machine while it is Florida coasts has announced upon the support it gets J Church. Grace will be given b?
moving, for example, is not onlyan acquisition Hooper Construction from citizens who want to give Rev. Reynold Hoover, pastor of
unsafe practice, but- is, an Co., of Miami and Mont these boys a chance for a future.I the Methodist Church,
inefficient way to do the Job. gomery, Ala. "Planned along lines similar to 1 At 1:20 they will begin sere .
Observing safe practices when F. E. MackIe, Jr., General De- Father Flannagan's famous ing the meal.CHUHCH .
driving vehicles means operatingand velopment Board chairman, said Boy's Town the ranch is not a
saving wear and tear on the his firm took over Hooper in exchange 'reform school or a 'correctional I TOWEBS DIFFERENTThe ;
engine for 270,679 shares of its Institution. Instead Bentley declared -I two towers of the famous

r If we think of safe practicesas common stock, valued, in excessof "it provides a wholesome, Chartres Cathedral are topped
a means'of doing things rather $4 million. home-like environment for boys by totally dissimilar spires-
READY FOB ACTION than 'as, a set of do's ,and Hooper Construction, foundedat who through neglect or lack ofopportunity oDe Bomaenique +and one Goth.
Jackie Andrews gets, ready to 1
b send an arrow into the air at don't's accidents prevention will Bunnell In 1925,'by Fred W.I are In need of the ic. The cathedral was built during
Cypress Gardens, Fla.., where become a way ot JUfe a way of i Hooper, will continue as a type of.love and discipline necessary a surge of religious fervorIn
she usually is part of a.water I life that, will preservj the lives I wholly-owned subsidiary General J. in making a good citi the 12th and early ';13th'Gen.tunes. ..

.- ski show. of farm. ; families. 'I I' Development. zen." ."

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t PAGE TWO % THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BtJNNELL, FLORIDA ,; Thursday, July 20, 1961 f,

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L 'el of this soil mixture. To control mealybugs use an 1 mass. There Is-no control*once I I To halt leaf spot or nail '.head

Qa4d1t1S1O41da There are two popular speciesof equal quantity 'of alcohol and the disease hits. Destroy the rust, try spraying the plants-
African violets properly water. Armed with a small paint I rest of the diseased plant discard 'I I with 1-1/8 tablespoons of 50 percent

: By Hervey Sharpe: known as Saintpaulias. The brush full 'of this mixture, seek I and sterilize the pot before wettable Captan ,per gallon .
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1 When the summer 'blasts I I ionantha has reddish-brown, out the mealybug' and touch using again. of water.

;, down and salty perspiration I hairy leaves and light violet with the brush-do not wet the .

adds a sting to your vision, colored flowers. The ,specie ke- plant with the solution.

c; there's a temptation to hang up I wens is_ has green leaves with Mites cause a stunting of the \) AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1|
several
r the hoe and become an indoor j white hairs. There are plant, poor growth and few
with blue lavender,
varieties ,
i gardener. flowers. :Mite.infested plants .
pink or white flowers. should be discarded, because the I AIR CONDITIONING HEATING FUEL OIL
C So, just in case you yield to I 1
this temptation, herere! a few For an indoor project this insect is very difficult to control. I ,
FLORIDA AIRCONDITIONING 1I
t tips on care of African violets. I summer, propagate Saintpaulias Crown rot is the worts disease.It CO. I I KING'S TRUCK STOP \

f, Watering these plants properly I by means of leaf petiole cut- can turn the center of your I Of 'Daytona Inc. I i I PHILLIPS 66 GAS &. OILS

b requires more than just a:I tings. Simply cut a leaf with prized violet, into a decayed AIR CONDITIONINGHEATING 11 I I J. L. IRWIN. Prop. \

i dash of water. Violets like to,one to two inches of its petioleattached GENERAL SHEET METAL ,I Lubrlcation-Tires-Batteries

S t sip their .liquids slowly. I II I ; stick the petiole, in "We're Proud of Our Work" I Fuel 011, Kerosene, Tractor Fue
A wick extended from the bottom moist sand, vermiculite, or a CommJUlityMemorial 330 Walker Holly Hill OR '7-6120. U.S. 1 N. Bunnell ID 7-3678
mixture of sand and peat. I
of the pot is a good way]i ChurchInterdenomlnatlonal AUTO SERVICE

to offer the plant a drink. i Ih I With luck, roots will form at GARDEN SHOP
Placing the pot in a dish of : the base of the petiole in four McDANIEL'S 'i Gray'a Garden Center

e water is also acceptable. l to six weeks. Soon after that a AIR COfIDmONED'Daytona Service Station j Headquarter* for Gardening Need.
Violets like medium amountsof j Ismail rosette of leaves will ap Ave. [Ceramics. Gifts, Dry Arrangement :
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Materials
moisture. So, don't let their FLAGLER BEACH .
Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs I Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers I
don'tlet cuttang I I
roots become too dry, or :
Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Bunnell ID 7-7119 TORO LAWN MOWERS
them become water soggy. I,I inch container. Church Service 11:00 A.M. 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051
Light colored spots on the It takes about six to eight ; ORMOND
Biddle. Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION
i I I R. W. DICKERT. Paator '
leaves are caused by cold'water I I months to produce a good flow- EVERYONE WELCOME HARDWARE
on the leaf. If you must surface ering plant from a cutting. The I
water the plants, use lukewarm! number of plants also may: be GULF TIRES & BATTERIES THAT FAMOUS PAINT

water. Remember, plants rot increased by dividing old plants I -*Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days. Exclusively at
because individual State&Lambert ITS 1-ID 7-7190
off at the soil surface into several crownsor
of excess water or too much fer- rosettes and potting them in : -1 FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE t
Colonial Service StationEARL "'L W"
tilizer. I I separate containers. ,
The amount of plant food depends I I I I Violets are rather sensitive to R ps E. RIGS ProprietorGAS.OILLUBRICATION I Flagler Beach HE 9.2103
on the size of the plant.I I light.I With insufficient light,

The average size plant requires,I.plants make vigorous growth MOTOR TUNE-UP I
no more than a teaspoon of a..I but produce few'or no flowers GOODYEAR TIRES &BATTERIES 1I I Village Hardwar. Center
u.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL
6-6-6 (NPK) fertilizer every threeor ,[Grow the plants in a bright I HOUSE PAINTS \
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four months.To I j window or in full sunlight dur. ED'S Match and mix any color
keep the plant happily[ing the winter, but in the sum- I Builder's Supplies Kitchenware
blooming, repot the violets an ;mer place the plants on a north Prompt Service PURE OIL STATION GIFTS GREETING CARDS I

nually. For a repotting mixture, I window sill or just out of the PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US Specializing in Wash & Waxing AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420

_ University of Florida horticul- I sun's reach in other locations. Batteries-Accessories i
turists recommend a mixture of The best temperature for Saint The Flagler Tribune MINOR REPAIRSu. ,I JEWELER .
1/3 peat, leaf mold or rotted, ma. I I paulias is 0 to 62 degrees at Ilwy. 1-Bunnell-ID 7-3138 1 '. !

nure, 1/3 sand and 1/3 garden 1 night and 70 to 75 in the day Phone IDlewood 7-3282 BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO 1 BRENNAN Jewelers j I
I, loam. Add about 1/2 cup of su time. I I Diamonds-Diamond Setting
perphosphate to each half bush- I Insects like the tender plants. BunnelL Florida I Fine Jewelry and Gifts <_*.

BAR & COCKTAIL I Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus t 4
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DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY '60 E. Granada-Ormond-OR 7-5056 'i i
"A WORLD OF FOOD FROM 9 I'
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FURNITURE ,
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I Ormond Bedding and
MILLAND BAR AND Furniture Co. .:'.J

"AT MY FINGERTIPS"I COCKTAIL LOUNGE'I I Substantial Discounts on All f
BEDSSOFASFUINITUREj10 |>
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PACKAGE GOODS S. ROBENBERRY, Owner
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Open 7 A.M.-11 P.M. DAY-WCCK-MONTH !l
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HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY Cement Tile RoofingALL

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Help Flagler County Grow Fast Dependable Service
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that be glide-out, and rollout shelves keep all
Think of the convenience can '
Quillian's Concrete, Inc. 152 W Granada-Ormond Beach 4Open
yours! Cook and freeze entire meals, then foods in easy fingertip reach. Frost-free 6 A.M11 P.M. at
just heat and serve when rushed for time. models end messy defrosting forever.NoVsthe CLEANERS I
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Guests coming? No bother at all when you time to buy.Trade-in allowances andS

have 'a ."supermarket in your kitchen*' terms were never better. BUNNELL CLEANERSWE RIGHT ON THE BEACH

modern designed for more food space less GO :MODERN! See today's completely- GIVE TV STAMPSOlle. Shrlmp-Steak-Chops-Ch1dceD

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You'll shop less often stock upon home freezers,too)at yourdealer's.. r' ,. Phone Dally ID 7-3188 8 te e Sandwiches and Pies ;
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\ in- A Good Diet?
Compare Shelton's with
. "We need some fats in our '
any store! You'll see ,
daily fare," says Ruth Townsend

1 I assistant in nutrition with Shelton's prices are low to
the Florida Agricultural Experiment -
Stations. "Fats not only help your budget.
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make foods taste better, they

are associated with the fat sol 0
. uble vitamins that are needed

p to maintain health, and they I Shelton's Finest Quality

,t carry essential fatty acids. I -
v. Meat Will, Make You THESE
"However, these values can WITH QUICK MENU IDEAS

be achieved without excessivefat. Proud.To Serve. ,,,.. .
And most Americans do '., :

. eat too much fat. The appetite J oFolger's

I is, normally a good guide on
I '. how much to eat, but it can I
I' Giant 10 oz. jar
be. deceived .by rich foods." .

For nutritional balance, the I TABLE RITE MEATS

specialist recommends keeping INSTANTCOFFEE ,
fats under 30 per cent of the 4 I Swift Premium ShoulderLamb

total diet calories. ,Also, if much
solid fat is being used in cookIng I

she suggests substituting 'ea. Roast Ib 39
vegetable oils for some of the I

animal fats or hydrogenated
vegetable fats. % I

"A diet high in solid or 'satuated' '
Limit one with $5.00: or more food order SHOULDER CHOPS
fats tends to raise the tbIb 59'cGrade

level of cholesterol, a fatty substance '
f in the blood. Vegetable Kraft's

oils do not have this effect," MAYONNAISE 59C "A" Western eBef

Mrs. Townsend explains. quart CHOICE CUTSCHUCK ..
"Increasing evidence from research Holsum

points to a high level of ROAST 4ge
GRAPE JELLY 39c .
cholesterol as, a contributingcause 2"Ib. jar ._ r
of coronary heart disease. 22 oz Plastic Bottle '

body"Besides cholesterol helping at a keep desirable the IVORY LIQUID ':\- each 58C SHOULDER ROAST tb Sge

level, a low fat diet also is ex- I
Armours Shortening .
cellent for weight control, there Large Fresh I
by meeting one of the greatest VEGETOLE 59C .i
in health to- 3 Ib. can PIGS FEET
problems public -S 8 $100 :
day." Planters 7 oz. can lbs ,

"As for the actual amount of COCKTAIL PEANUTS 35? -. t
cholesterol in your- blood, this Meaty -S: ;j
is a clinical problem," the nu Food King quarters ;

tritionist adds. "Let your doctor OLEO 2 33C NECK BONES 6 lbsWorld's 8ge 1
about that. And
worry remember Ibs. .
that.a diet.prescribed for the Soflin 200 count. I't t
v/ ; > .; Best, .: ? .,_ ., '. I
treatment of a specific health' '
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problem is not the same diet a PAPER 29 HAMBURGER
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healthy person should eat. Food King 2% can Ibs i
"Unless your doctor advises .
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you differently stick to the BARTLETT PEARS.. '3 for .$100 The Very Best '
standard balanced diet built .
ArmourStar IVk lb. can
.. around the seven basic food BEEF LIVER 490S
Ib I
groups. Eat these foods in the BEEF STEW 49C
I amounts needed for activity and each

to maintain desirable weight." I Giant Size


An estimated 25.000 persons visited i Iiji:

the Florida agricultural
showcase at New York's Rocke'
feller Center during a recent Birds Eye 10 oz. pkg.
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; ORMOND PRESCRIPTION TIDE59Limit BABY LIMAS 3 for89Birds

PHARMACYSick
Room Supplles-Sundrles Eye 10 oz. pkg.

HOSPITAL SUPPLIES I BROCCOLI SPEARS 2 for 59c

24-Hour ,Prescription Service Sara Lee 12 oz. pkg.
Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt.
AlA 1 ml. North of one with $5.00 or more food order POUND CAKE ea. 79c
'. ORMOND BEACH-,TeL OR 7-1661 _

IN TIIK COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT I
IX AND FOR FLAKLEIl COUNTY -
*. FL.OUIDA. IN 1'UOIIATK. PRODUCE
CASE NO. 561 SO FREE I S
IN HE: Estate of _
I GENERAL GRANT WILSON
Deceased. Fancy Western
NOTICE OF FILING PETITIONFOIl TOP VALUE STAMPS "
UISCII-UGE OF
FINAL
ADMINISTRATORTO LETTUCE 19c-
o ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Limit one coupon to ADULT head
:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN with $5.00 food order at Tender Sweet
that I have filed my final returns 'S or more
GENERAL as administrator GRANT of WILSON the estate, deceased of- SHELTONS SUPER MARKETThis CORN 4 ears 29c
: that I have filed my pe-
tition for final dischargeand that 15 1961 Juicy RedPLUMS
Coupon Expires July
I will apply to the Honorable T.K.McKNIGHT. ,
."County Judge of Flair- Ib 29c
.
ler County. Florida on August 21.
1961 for approval of the same and
for final discharge as administrator -
of the estate, of GENERAL : .
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GRANT, Administrator VINNIE WILSON WILSON deceased.S of the estate. of WHY PAY MORE 50 FREE 'I,,: 25 FREE :!\ 25 FREE

GENERAL deceased. GRANT WILSON TOP VALUE STAMPS I! TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS

First 1961.publication date: July 20.. King ColePEACHES with 'the purchase of I i.: with the purchase of II' with the purchase of

July 20-27 & Aug. 3-tO-Hc All Fragrances of i. Quart Lady Betty I Qt. Shurfine i

IN THE COUNTY, JUDGE'S COURT Florient Deodorant Bomb 1: PRUN JUICE : SALAD DRESSING
IN.AND FLORIDA.FOR 'FLAGLER'COUNTl' IN PROBATE. ': : & this coupon % j if and this coupon and this coupon

IN CASE RE ANNA: NO.Estate S70.SAF of ARIJC. 2l/2' can 25c This Coupon void 7-22-61 ::1;, This Coupon void 7-22-61 I:This Coupon void 7-22-61

Deceased. ..
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
FOR FINAL DISCHARGE. OF
EXECUTRIX QUANTITY RIGHTS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN RESERVED .
that I have filed my Final Returns
as Executrix of the estate of AN- Pure Shortening
NA SAFARIK. deceased; that I PRICES GOOD I
have filed my. petition for distribu- p Thurs. !
Jt 1 FrL Sat.
tion and for final discharge and /
that on July 26th. 1961. I will 'apply July 20 21.22
to the Honorable T. K. Jc- CRISCO8QC 1961 "
Knight. County Judge of Flagler STORE HOURS
County. Florida for approval of .
said final returns and for an orderof 3 lb. can Moa. thur Fit-8 AJ&.6:45 P.M.
distribution and for final discharge S
as Executrix of the. will I u"h Sat. 8 AM. 9 P. M. )
of ANNA SAFARIK. deceased. THE FRIENDLIEST STORE IN.
i June ANTOINETTE 26th. 1961. ,SLOVAK.' COMPARE TOWN"BUNNELL., FLORIDA ,

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I I : PICNICS 4 can lb. $2" Jar 390Shurfine


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Grade "A" Western. BeefCHUCK I

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lb. 49 I Q. 490

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: 46 oz. Stokely

I TOMATOWEINERS
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F t f t f'"Sa 12 oz. Lykes I
JUICE
3 pkgs $
for I Zge
Can
Palm ,River SLICED I

BACON r .m 490 I Chef

Tender BabyBEEF I PIZZAM .


Barbara Babbitt, gown of Alecon lace with a I LIVER tb 490 I pkg. 490
full taffeta skirt. The molded -- -
Judson Stryker, Jr., lace bodice formed a rounded I Vita-Food 6 Oz. Folgers INSTANTCOFFEE

Exchange Vows neckline isd with seed which pearls was and re-embrod-sequins. I' PRUNE JUICE 49

7. Miss Barbara Joan Babbitt and The long sleeves ended in a jar
Mr. Judson Phillip Stryker, Jr., point over her hands. Her 310 ,
24
were united in marriage at four shoulder length veil of, bridal oz.
o'clock, Sunday afternoon at the illusion was secured to a crown Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
First Baptist Church of Flag- of pearls. She carried a white 303 Can Stokely
2% Can King ColePEACHES
ler Beach. The 'pastor, Rev. Bible topped with a bouquet of .
," Millard Brock, officiated in the white satin streamers and step- SHELLY BEANS.
double ring ceremony.The hanotis and centered with a I 19
yellow throated white orchid. Z3e can
bride is the of can
daughter I
Her only ornament was a pearl Limit 4 Please .
Mr. and :Mrs. James Arthur j
necklace, a gift from the groom.
.
Babbitt, Sr., and the bridegroomis Food KingOLEO Qt. Can .
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jud :Mrs. Babbitt chose for her
son P. Stryker, Sr., all of Flag- daughters wedding a pale blue WELCHADE
ler Beach. dress featuring. a lace yoke and 46 Oz. Can

The Church was beautifully flared beige skirt.and Her her flowers accessorieswere was 2 F: 33.e HAWAIIAN PUNCH 3 for$100

decorated with large baskets of '
an orchid corsage.
white gladioli, chrysanthemums,
Snowdrift 303 SunliteTOMATOES
and fern. The background was Mrs. Stryker wore a blue dress
magnolia, ivy, fern and tall with a lace bodice and full >
candlelabras.Miss skirt. Her accessories were Ib. '
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white and she wore an orchid Shortening Con c
Judy Stryker, sister of corsage. 2 ; : 25c
the bridegroom, was maid of
honor. She wore a ,blush pink Following the ceremony a reception \
Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
No.2 Wilkes
chiffon ballarina length gown was given at the homeof can
which featured a satin sash. the brides grandfather, George BOILEDMILK
t Her half hat and cap veil was :Moody, Sr. The brides. aunt, Shurfine EVAP. PEANUTS
of matching material. She car- Mrs. M. B. Fuller was hostess
ried a cascade arrangement of and she was assisted by :Mrs. 3 Laos 39 190
5' pink carnations with pink satin .:Millard Brock who served the can
streamers I i cake. The bride's sister, Mrs. _
II I Leonard Johnson,
| presided at .
,Charles Northrip served as the bowl. Mrs. Soflin
punch Harry 303 Can GREEN GIANT
best man. The ushers were the'I Atkinson cousin of the bride TISSUE
brides brother, William Babbitt, kept the brides book. cans $ 00 '
and Stanley Springer. PEAS 5 |
Miss Sammie Whitaker, as I The brides table was over laid for 4 & 350

organist, gave a program of with' an Italian cutwork cloth -- ---
traditional nuptial music.: Soloist I I and was centered with a three- FROZEN FOODS .
PRODUCE
was the brides 'cousin,_ Mrs.I tiered wedding cake which was I
Robert French who sang "This topped with a miniature bride 10 oz. Birds Eye WHOLE Fancy RipeNECTARINES
day of Golden Promise", and I I I and groom. This was flanked
:'Through The Years". with tall lighted tapers in silver OKRA 2 pk&490 t 290

The bride given in marriage i candlesticks. Sprays of pompom 6 oz. Seald Sweet ORANGE Yellow
by her father, was radiant in chrysanthemums and step- I
a ballerina ,length wedding hanotis were used on the table. JUICE 6 .for 990 SQUASH Z .b.290
I The couple left for a short
wedding trip to the southern 16 oz. Birds Eye Fancy RipeTOMATOES
TV SERVICEALL part of the state. The bride
RHUBARB.pkg.Zge 2 bs490
traveled in a pale yellow dressof
MAKES prima cotton. %Her accessor- 14 oz. Four Fishermans U. S. No. 1 WHITEPOTATOES
,Agent For ies were white and she wore the
orchid lifted from her bridal FISH STICKS Pkg.490 10 8 39C
RCA & PHILCOTUBES I bouquet.

& ANTENNAS SOLD I '
Visitors with Mr and Mrs. ,
AND INSTALLED FLAGLER FOOD STORE %
Clarence Duncan are her brother r i'- ,
TUBES TESTED FREE and sister in law Mr. and Mrs. .ST MEETS ',l ter i

TV BobFLAGLER Joe Mary also.Flanigan Mr.from Duncan's Columbia with their,brother Tenn.daughter, and in : 'f f fifiiiffiifil -i; iiia ,, ;f

I law and sister .Mr. and Mrs. T.
& CENTRAL AVE. FLAGLER BEACH
BEACH i!L. Sanford from Nashville, Tenn.
PHONE HE 9-2204 PRICES GOOD-Thi ..Fri.Sat-JWy 20.21-22,1961 '
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ROSE ANN WAY IS RETURNS FROM this
I weelcsl\
IMPROVING AFTER NASSAU CRUISEMr.

RECENT SURGERY' / pat er s...
and Mrs. Robert M. Cook

Miss Rose Ann Way is reported and (Mr? and Mrs. George M. nAUOIITWCll

as improving after under Moody have returned from a

LOCALSEMERYSEAY going surgery at the Halifax cruise to Nassau the past week- s

N Hospital in Daytona Beach on end.

... July 9. She was injured July 00 0Q 0

2nd at National .Gardens when Rev. and Mrs.. Thomas Pinner, 0
1 ROYAL NEIGHBORSMEET' I the cutdown beach' buggy she Jr., have returned from a vacation OC
WITH MRS. MAGEE I
ENGAGEMENT was driving went :out of con- of two weeks spent in Vir 3182 .

IS ANNOUNCED I I I The Royal Neighbors will trol. She was seriously injuredbut ginia. 12.20 OQII ;-

J meet at the home of Mrs. Otis is reported as improving., .
I 1 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Emery of Magee in Flagler Beach on Mon. I I CARD OF THANKS aO t .f

Espanola announce, the engage- day evening, July 24, for a cov- Mr. and Mrs. M. B. McDaniel I I We would like to 9 express our 0 0 tI
ment of their daughter Beverly ered dish and barbeque dinner. 0
thanks to
Butch and A. M. McDaniel, were heartfelt our many
Gail, to John Watford Seay, son Each member Is to bring a cov- ,
friends and neighbors for the
recent visitors in Panama City
of acts of kindness, cards, flowers,
with Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Harris ii 0' "
Chipley. I service. The meeting will be and family. They were accoom- Mass Cards, and food, duringthe : ; \.
The husbandsare 'i-
after the dinner. .
: illness and at the death of
:Miss Emery was graduated panied there by Mrs. Lizzie Se-
invited the dinner. .
to
from Bunnell High School in I Dessie who had spent some time our loved one Ted Skowronski.

1957 and is now employed at .here. May God bless them all. 4fl

Flagler Clinic and Hospital.Mr. Mrs. Ellen Zahul and Stanley Mrs. Ted Skowronski ,. p C t
I -
Seay graduated from Skowronski left for their homesin I Mrs. Ellen Zahul 1iJ
Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Fuller of. Stanley Skowronski
Detroit this week after several
1 Washington County High SchoolIn \\iJ
I Panama City visited here Friday Mrs. Stella Moody. t
1955 and is employed as an days here. They were called i .
:through Monday with Mr.: and
Agent with the State Board of here by the illness and deathof I" J
I Mrs. M.: B. Fuller.
Conservation.No their father, Ted Skowronski.Mrs. .
I ARStsR&
date has been set for the Yb
wedding. Mrs. Bion Matherly and 9oS1' 2358.. I '
Joe Maszk was in Fort
daughter, Elizabeth, have returned -
Myers several days last week
Mr. and -Mrs. Raphael Stur- attending the State Association to their home here aftera
visit Milwaukee, Wis., with
man were visitors in Jackson- Board meeting of the Legal Sec
ville Monday.: retaries.Mr. her brother in law and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Lucht.

,Visiting here this week with
and Mrs. Walter Knight
:Mr. and Mrs. J. N. :McIntosh and {
have returned to their home Mr. and Mrs. John Jarosz have
Mrs. Nell Allen is their brother, !iP q ;TA10: NortteX11
here after a vacation of two returned to their home, here after -
W. S. McIntosh of Atlanta, Ga.
weeks in North Carolina.Mr. a short visit In Miami with .
I I{ 1
,their son and daughter in law,
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray
'
Carle are Mrs. Carle's mother, and Mrs. T. E. Holden Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jarosz.0
had as .their guests Tuesday They accompanied their daughter
Mrs. Shepperd of St.
Dorothy )
Drttt Pattern No. 3182 -Your Se-
Mrs. Rosalee Mroz and children
Clairsville, Ohio, and also her evening their son in law and a S'ort.r-Earl bird or lot* riser, you can
brother in law and sister, Mr. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Mary Ann and Greg, to look fresh and charming in this wrapped-
Eliza- Miami. Mrs. Mroz is from War- and-f/ed home dre". No. 3182 come In
and Mrs. Harry Coleman, Debra bethton. ren, Michigan.SP5 sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 14 takes 5
and Harry, Jr., of Martins Ferry, AttDi yards of 35-inch fabric.
Ohio. in: law: and daughter, Air. and I Needlework Pattern No. 2358. This
Mrs. Sam Black and family of and Mrs. Robert Moodyof 'f0 USS stylish and aty-knit nil I* done in a
e August, Ga. stitch you'll en/ojr. Size 32 fo 42 In on*
and
Mr.: and Mrs. Edwin Pellicer Ellinor Village. sons, and

and' son Wayne are spendingthis The Holdens and Caudills were Mrs. Moody's father, Mr. Perezof pattern.Send 35e for each drttt pattern, 25c
week vacationing in Tampa. guests of the Blacks Wednesday, New Jersey visited, here recently r for each needlework pattern add JOe

Mr. Pellicer is a member of the and they plan to go to the Keys I with his parents, Mr. and for each pattern for first class mailing'
to AUDREY LANE BUREAU, Box J 490.\
Police force. I for a fishing trip on Thursday. Mrs. Robert Moody. J
City- = ,. _._ k New York I, New York.
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SHOP ATBRANNAM'S' :'Birdseye 10 oz.FORDHOOK LIMA. Betty Crocker 19 oz. Liptons


DEVIL FOOD, MARBLE, WHITE, YELLOW, TEAlA 450

,BEANS 270 TOASTED COCOANUT, & MILK CHOCOLATE ft

WHERE YOU SAVE I CAKE MIX 3 $i
EVERYDAYFREE Birdseye 10 oz. for LiptonsTEA

r BAGS
j':BROCCOLI
SO Betty Crocker


SUPER SAVE I:SPEARS 270 CHERRY' FLUFF, CHOCOLATE. FUDGE' AND 16 Size ZSe 0


STAMPS I i Dairy FROSTING WHITE 290 Starkist i/2 Size


With $5.00 or more order Kraft 12 oz. -- TUNA 290
I Sliced American
l Gold Medal
Grade "A" D&D
I CHEESE 410 I Kleenex 200
FLOURPLAIN
FRYERS FACIAL

, 250 Golden Ripe or SELF RISINGS TISSUE 100
: I
, Swift Premium 'b

\ VEAL BONELESS* BANANAS : "" Bag 49 e '' Kleenex CASUAL 60'.. I



CHOPLETS' 21bI9Cs .5 Bag lb $ if99 I, NAPKINS 2 for25c

$
t 7 for JL U. S. No. 1 New CropPOTATOES Red & White D UZ

Large Size;
Choice Lean

, INSTANT COFFEE With
CUBEDSTEAKS CHINA

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10 ib,330
Avg. Wt. 4 oz. Each 10 oz. JarRed 9ge 590
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$ r '
5 for JL Large Juicy
I & White 15 oz. Large


Armour PICNIC Star SPECIAL I II LEMONS SPAGHETTI & MEAT BALLS CHEER ..33e

I 12 oz pkg.FRANKS.

; Doz. 3Se 4 forBRANIUAM'$iR Large


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And Pkg. ofHOTDOGROLLS TIDE ZSe


S Large .

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Hawaiian 46- oz. D& BETTER FOODS-FOR BETTER LIVING-
" GOLDEN Camay
WHITEMB AT LOWER COSTS
PUNCH Reg. SizeSOAP
; FOODS, 119 N. BAY ST. PH. IDLEWOOD 7.3496 J ,. ..

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House Plants' Need HOW TO TENDER POULTRY with normal tenderizing of

[ Poultry is more tender if it is poultry meat. I

Proper Treatment aged at least 12 hours before it Lower temperatures and a 1

) is frozen USDA. studies also minimum of mechanical picking
Effective and satisfactory wa- that: action makes meat more"tender. i I

tering procedures can often I Birds aged before being cut Tenderization proceeds slowly It

I make the difference between I jup were more tender than those at 27 degrees F., but stops at
healthy and unthrifty house .aged afterward. I zero.

By Leslie Pache plants, according to a University I 'Extremely high. scalding temperatures II i

WADSWORTH AND ,CLINIC of Florida researcher.Dr. and mechanical pick- I Subscribe: to The Flagler Tribune I
'IN FINAL GAME TONIGHT mount, who set a record of 57 H. N. Miller, plant pathologist ing of feathers both interfere S2JSO A Year In Advance
strikeouts for the season. ,.warns' that many indoor I I

Wadsworth Lumber Co. and I Preacher Pinner and Joe Kelly I plants are planted in containers TRIP I

the Flagler Clinic will meet In will pitch also. Smiling Jimmy r without adequate drainage. SURANCE
the final game of the season. Go Protected
Ward_ batting champ of the
The Wadsworth team which will I They are then watered often A new service that we are proud to offer at I
) j}league, play and will have I
finished in first place, will receive George Robbie and D. Metts, top It and the soil stays wet, result- If remarkably low rates. Whether you plan to

the first; place trophy for I bars of the league. I ing in root loss which in turn be vacationing 3 days or 6 months See us

for the league. The Clinic will will result in yellowing of about your trip-surance. %

receive the second place trophy. ALL STARSJ. leaves, large brown to black leaf H. T. COOK AGENCY

Managers Sheffield and Whit- Whitaker 245C. spots, marginal and tip brown- I Citizens Bank Building

aker will present the trophies to ; McGriff 389 Ing of the leaves and even leaf Bunnell, Florida ID 7-3361

their sponsors, Louis Wadsworthand B. Deen 286J. drop., v

Dr. John Canakaris. 1 Ward 533 Dr. Miller says it is desirableto i' ....",..........rt............................... .......j.......................'".........;wwe

Jimmy" Ward, batting champ : G. Robbie 615'I plant house plants in con- i ( FOR ALL HOURS DAY OR NIGH
I D. Metts 400 -
of the league, will receive atrophy I tainers: with bottom drainage.If 'I .
D. Littlefield 245 I
for batter.
A
top 7.ln.1 the plants are to be used in
ning will follow the I A. Spivey 320S. AMBULANCE
game presentation special containers or built.in II I'
., Bertha 250
at 7:30. I PHONE
'" planters without drainage holes, VAlley 4-1625
R. Canakaris' \ 245 SERVICE
a two .or th e.inch layer of I
ALL-STARS TO PLAY H,. Kuleski 218 ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
crushed rock
should be
placed
WADSWORTH MONDAY NIGHT T.. Kelly Pinner 231J. 300J. in the bottom of. the containers I Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

One of the best balanced Burnsed 333 before the soil is added. are always at your service with promptness safety: and
teams of all stars was picked
from the recreation_ departmentto Indoor plants should be wa- experience

try to stop the Lumber Co. tered only when water is need- Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
who won the Bunnell Recreational WADSWORTHD. ed. At that time the soil shouldbe

League this year. Burnsed 200J. thoroughly wet, and excessive Garcia Funeral Home

The Wadsworth.. which hasa Rodgers 241 water allowed to drain
10-game winning streak 'going C. Wall 305 I through the soil. Plants should P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

and behind the excellent J.I. Sheffield 378 not be watered again until the LADY ASSISTANT

pitching of right hander Gale I I T. Durrance 279 I sqil appears to be dry.

Mercer have been terrific all M. Hull 307B. I I!';; ...--v.",. ...:.,...........-...,, ..'".; ..._ _u.u.uu_. _._
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> season. The all stars will have
Big Sammy Bertha on the Hutchenson 200
G. Mercer 222J

Schatz '143.

O. F. ALFORD I I J. Hargett 500

'Registered \ U. S.'r". ,
Real Estate Broker LITTLE LEAGUERS
I TO PLAY TONIGHT )

Bunnell Florida Dick Littlefield will bring his u,' 3l :

!{I f Flagler Beach Little Leaguers to

j II I i play the Bunnell Little,Leaguersat
The local Softball diamond.
PAL PARKER'S. INC.
The game will start at 6 P. M. a.;
Automotive Specialty Center I I
Baseball fans in for
DRAKES RELINED $1 .95 are a
PARTS AND LABOR treat to see these young boys r.

'FORDCHKVROLETPI.YMONTIIOT1IKU* f 1O.O5 play. There are a few that act dig

540 Mason Ave. Daytona and play like big leaguers. ,,

Dick Littlefield, Cliff McGriff.

and Bo Manuel have been doing w

THE OUTBOARDER a wonderful job with the

Authorized Evlnrude Dealer boys, and the boys have been "
DOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS really enjoying the season. } e y

.... free
Dockage Storage Ramp I
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825 Ballou&h Rd-.Daytona I originally from Mexico.
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NOTICE OK PUBLIC 1IRA1UNG ON SCIIOOI 1IUI1UKT '
Pursuant to the provisions of Section 237.12. Florida Statutes. 1941 as
amended by Section 8 of Chapter 22.839. Laws of Florida Acts of 1945. 'I
notice is hereby given that a: public. hearing shall be held by the County .
Board of Public Instruction of Flagler County. }Florida on July 28. 1961 S
at the hour of 2:00 P. M. in the office of the County Superintendent in I Ilunnell. I .
Florida for the purpose of discussing with the Citizens of the
County the proposed school budget of said county for the fiscal year
beginning July 1. 1961 and ending June 30 1962. which budget is sum-
.
follows:
I."BUDGET FOR SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE OF SCHOOLSA.
Balances on hand beginning of year
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1. County $ 35660.00 :< >"'
2. District 7,680.00
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D. Anticipated reeetpts .::.::"x...: .->..>. ..
1.. State and Federal ._____ 88,60.00 :
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2. County General Taxes (8% mlU) 64484.00 .
3. District Current Taxes (10 Mills) 75.864.00
4. Remittances from other counties 400.00
TOTAL ____ 429,368.00
I GRAND TOTAL JtE' EIPTS AND BALANCES ._._ 472.:14.00

.i e. Proposed 1. Administration Expenditures $ 24.456.00 Do All Your
q %. Instruction 89.300.00 Speeding
Plants
f.4 3. Operation of 26,675.00
t 4. Maintenance of Plants 10.300.60
1 Transportation, Food Services. Health _...-..-.-- .
6.. ed Char e 11,700.00, .
1. Capital Outlay 1.050.00 I By Phone .
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9. Transfer to Interest & Sinking 6.480.00 .
t 10. Transfer to Bond Construction 4.00.00 j
11. _Reserves' and contingencies __ 42323.00
GRAND TOTAI. 4-XPENJITt.1RE AND BALANCES $47.714.00 Be to allow 'time '
sure of for
II BUDGET FOR DISTRICT NO. 1 INTEREST AND SINKING- o plenty your va- ; :

A.COUNTYVIDE Balance r-$. 5.00 S cation trip. Then take it easy on the high- /
B. Anticipated Receipts ._- _,..n. ... 26.480.QQ 5- .

TOTAL .._.,..r... -y ., I -* .26.485.00. .,. ". ; way. Call ahead for overnight reservations.
C. Proposed Expenditures T If you're delayed on the road phone ahead
1. Payment of Donds.,, $ 15.000.00. ,

: 3.2. Service Interest Charges on Bonds ... 11430.00-.. 55.00 : j to Jet folks know, and keep. in touch with

TOTAL ... __. r--: > $:2fr.485.00III. ", those at )dome, too.
BUDGET FOR BOND CONSTRUCTION ,
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A., Balance ', $ 9200.00 <
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..a. B. Anticipated receipts! (Trans r, from-- Supports and.Malnt.) 4.200.00 .,:: ; .. For your convenience, Southern Bell has
:.. (State Matching) -' ;f v:;',"A",' '.- 13.400.00 .: r; .-
located booths
I TOTAL ". --'* I $ 26800.00 handy -along the highway. ,
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.C. Proposed 1. New Buildings Expenditures. r$ 22'512-$9 I ; .::t. Y The cost is small, so play it safe and smart- f f*,

f' 2. Cash .Balance 3288.00 .
f :> do all your speeding phone. tf. '
TOTAL .....,...K.... .,.--. i ,... .__....--..S 26800.00 ", -":- .
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ray Complete details on each separate part of the budget: summarized -.., .. 1!-{ rn.;:< :: 4' Southern Bell wishes you. a safe and ; ::-
above are on file and available for public Inspection at the office of the Y i '.' ",_ cr't:
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.._ County Superintendent of public Instruction at Bunnell. Florida and < happy vacation. f+
will also be available for public hearing. together with all, supporting > -A
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statement and Information. : '
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public hearing,and to discuss the school program and. budget for, the 'P : '
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Thursday, July 20, 1961 THE _FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN. I

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CALORIE CHART rug juices.. 10th,. with Mrs.. Jasper White I The Methodist Sunday school {

'I' Calories U'lagler &ah' and l\tiss'Dorothy Homans host- I enjoyed a beach party on Sun j
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OF SEAFOODSHere Flounder .4 oz. 80- esses. day evening. Games were played j

Mackerel "3 oz. 150 and a weiner roast climaxedthe
: is a handy calorie chart Continued from Page 4 .
ot seafoods. Substitute them for Bluefish 4.oz. 200 I Mrs. Walter Yurls and son party. i iI

other protein foods on your diet'''I Shad 4 oz. 190 Ricky, have 'returned to their Members of the Junior Choir :

list, with the same calories. Sea- i Snapper 4 oz. 85 BUYS OCEAN FRONT PLACE home in Wallingford, Conn., aft I will sing at 10:30 service on '

foods are high in protein yet low j I I Lobster 3 oz. 80 Miss Jo Gardner and Miss er visiting here three weeks Sunday morning. t

in calories. All varieties take I[Oysters 1 cup 200 Thelma Gehres arrived from with Mr. and Mrs. George Lear-

well to broiling and baking.,Sub- ]j I Shrimp 3 oz. 110Scallops Joseph, Mich., and have St.1 mont. Mrs. Learmont returnedto RCA VICTOR

stitute fats in cooking with cit-1 I[ 4 oz. 90 over the Hagood house on her home here with them and
LIVING COLOR TV
Crab 4 oz. 90 A1A. They are both teachers in her granddaughter Jo Ann Bail- i'
"LOOK FOR TUB PICTURE!
IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF Clams 4 oz. 90 II their home town and bought largeon after spending three IN TUB WINDOW

FLAGLER IN CHANCKRY COUNTY NO. 4292 FLORIDA Grouper 4 oz. 80 this property recently. weeks in Meriden Conn., with Southern Radio & Television

WILLIAM T. REED. Seatrout 4 oz. 150 her son in law and daughter, 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001 1:

va. Plaintiff J I Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Baillar-. ORMOND ..

RUTH REED. >" WSCS MET LAST THURSDAY
I geon. IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF !
Defendant. Florida is a leading state in "
FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA.
THE STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA.DEFEND TO: spring production celery. The Woman's Society of Chris- IN CHANCERY NO. 4295 :

Ruth ReedResidence UnknownYou tian Service met Thursday morn- :Mrs. Clarence Weaver and MANUEL. RODIUGUES NEVES.Plaintiff 'i

are hereby notified that a V r- ing at the home of Mrs. Bernie daughter Kay, left Monday with ANGELICAVDO I.

the suit above has been entitled filed cause against; and you you in Wilson and Mrs. Leonard John her brother and sister 'in law DORO NEVES NASCIMENTO ISI- I f

are hereby required file your answer son was co-hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lowe of Defendant. f
with. the Clerk of this Court I NOTICE TO DEFEND _
and to a. thereof upon I Lakeland to make a trip to THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
serve copy ::4t Mrs. Wilson presided duringthe
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney J J JI Statesville and Moravian Falls Angelica Do Nascimento Isido
whose name and address is: meeting and the devotionalwas ro Neves '
Maurice Wagner I I I N. C. with relatives.Mr. Residence Unknown
216 South Palmetto Avenue N given by Mrs. Reynold I I You are hereby notified that a
Beach. Floridanot IJ suit has been filed against you in
Daytona Hoover. A solo, !'he Secret of
later than August 18th. A. D. BYNE1EN and Mrs. W. R. Welling 1 the above entitled cause; and you
1961. His Presence," was sung by are hereby required to file your answer -
If you fail to do so. decree pro HALE have had as their .guests Mr. with the Clerk of this Court
confesso will be entered against Miss Emily Gage with Mrs. Ray and to serve a copy thereof upon
and Mrs. Herbert Fuller _from the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney
you for the relief demanded in the Lehr accompanying atthe piano. .
bill of complaint. The nature of I I Warwick, N. Y. The Fullers whose name and address is:
.. said suit being for divorce. Mrs. Clarence Shultz substitutedas W. Cecil Grant
WITNESS my hand and seal of Use Old Nylon Hose bought a home in Venice Park 407% Main Street .
said Court this 13th day of July. You donate old hoseto secretary for Mrs. Kay Daytona Beach Floridanot
A. D. 1961.Official can nylon and expect to make their home later than August 21st A. D.
( Seal)' E..A. SMYTHE your group 4f it collects them Swayze. here in a short time. 1361.
Clerk of said Circuit Court but you can also use them at Reports were read by Mrs. If you fail to da so. decree pro
confesso will be entered against
3-1G-4tc
July 20-27 & Aug.
I home if there's no collection' Fred Marks, treasurer; Mrs. I 1 you for the relief demanded In the
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF agency for them. i Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Waters and bill of complaint. The nature of -
FLAGLKR COUNTY. FLORIDA. I Hoover, chairman of promotions; son David from Winter Garden said suit being for divorce.
i I If your washing machine has no WITNESS hand and seal of
IN, CHANCRRY NO. 4285 Mrs. Johnson chairman of child my
GERTRUDE HELEN DANIELS. 1 lint filter place a. nylon stocking I have been vacationing here with said Court this 17th day of July.
and student work and A. D. 1951.Official .
Plaintiff
youth ;
around the center of the
vs. post ma- her parents Mr. and, Mrs. Em- ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
JOHN PETER'' DANIELS. chine and use it for catching lint. Mrs. Lehr, chairman of publica- I mett Robinson. Clerk of said Circuit Court
Defendant. Nylon hose tions. July 20-27 & Aug. 3-10-4tc
,. placed over the hair I _
NOTICE TO DEFEND
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: brush: can be used for polishinghair It was decided to adopt a ( .
John Peter Daniels in-between shampoos and
Residence Unknown project taking orders for name
You are hereby notified that a settings. stickers. Mr. Wilson named Mrs. CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
suit has been filed against you in I .
the above entitled cause; and you Keith Lovell and Mrs. Marks. to
are hereby required to file your an- HELEN'S
FAVORITE:
swer with the Clerk of this Court I head this committee.The A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
and to serve a copy thereof upon Seafood Cocktail
"Clues to the ,
program
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney I (Serves 4-6) JOHN HARDIN. AssociateAIR .
whose name and address is: Mystery That Is Russia:* was
1 cup 'shrimp, lobster, crab or
Richard D. Bertone OXYGEN
216 South Palmetto Avenue tuna or combination presented by Miss Dorothy Ho- LADY I

later Daytona than Beach.August Floridanot 4th. A. D. I J4 cup finely cat celery mans. This was followed by a CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I ATTENDANT. I EQUIPPED

'\ 1961. % cup tomato catsup book report by Mrs. Inez Cren- AMBULANCES
If you fall to do so. decree pro I 1 teaspoon Worcestershire
confesso will be entered againstyou shaw on the book "Under Or-
for the relief demanded the f sauce ders," written by Roswell Barns. Phone ID 7-3532
bill of complaint., The nature of $4 cap lemon juice
said suit being for divorce. I Next meeting will be in theWoman's
WITNESS my hand and seal of 1 tablespoon finely cut chivesor 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
said Court this 30th day of June. I onion Club building August I I.

A.( D. 1961.Official.. Seal.* ) .:. Mix Ingredients tossing lightly. .L-. .
R. A. SMYTHE. I Chill 'thoroughly. Serve in : .

6-13-20-27-ttc Clerk of said Circuit CourtJuly I glasses with lemon wedges. -----j__ fDING. f\ :

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Nylon hose placed over a yard- ...

l mlr IKlaglrr! OJribiinp'BUNNKLI I stick are ,good for removing dust

from places that are hard 'to' .-

. >r FLORIDA reach such as behind or under
the ,refrigerator. I
Moth crystals can be placed in
r JURS. M. B. FULLER. Editor several thicknesses of nylon hoseto 'J I I

place in a storage bag or ".
De.leaated Official Pablleat.a chest. I I I

t for Public Notice of Flagler Lots of nylon hose? Use it for v

; Cotmty Municipalities therein adding stuffing to upholstered ,.' ,rj -
furniture which has lost of
some
and the State of Florida .
its bounce. -
1 Ruffled petticoats of nylon and : .', :. --ffi -
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Entered mm second class mattes : -
take S.
taffeta are nice but they do .
February e.IBIS,at the postoffle a lot of room to store. Roll them

t at Bunnell Florida under net ofF like an umbrella and stuff into II I Ford Country Squire ,

March 3. :1878. old hose which take ,less room.

Mattresses for pets can be \

! One year-.-... -I ISO made by stuffing old nylons into a

! Biz months -I Lift cover. They'll wash quickly in : .
this way.

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STATE HANK NO. 407 <:<<>.
REPORT OF CONDITION OK "CITIZENS DANK OF* BUNNELL" OF .
II UN NELL.. IN THE STATE OP FLORIDA. AT THE CLOSE OF 61F s1ow n'
ON JUNE 30, 1961
BUSINESS tyitsu "
ASSETS Falcon Station Bus Falcon Station Wagon
Cash. balances with other banks and cash Items In process of I .
i collection ... $ 546,430.78United
I States Government obligations direct and guaranteed 859773.75 i
Obligations of States and political subdivisions SZHfHH
l Loans ,and discounts (including none overdrafts) ___. 114676.06
. Bank premises owned $$12.485. furniture & fixtures $11.604.06' 30089.58 .', ;
Heal estate owned other than bank premises $39.827.0 less. }:<< y 1
reserve S14.808.58 5.018.U
Other assets 1932.86

TOTAL ASSETS ._...._. 13.162.209.36:! .
LIABILITIES ".
Demand deposits of individuals partnerships and corporations .- ,. -- .4'
'- 1022559.44
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Time and savings deposits of individuals partnerships .and '
corporations 1375061.22 J j;
Deposits of United States Government .(including postal sav- -S '
ings) 10000.00 # '\
Deposits of States and political subdivisions 471675.50 T -
Certified and om ers' checks etc. :-..._i.... 15229.16
I TOTAL DEPOSITS 2894525.32
(a) Total demand deposits. > 1301541.30
I (b) Total time and savings deposits .,...,...1592984.02
TOTAL LIABILITIES 2894525.32

, TOTAL LIABILITIES-, 1brd J.

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
Capital: (a) Commonstock total par value ._.. $ 100000.00 uge4i,5Be4z _
I Surplus 100,000 .
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. Undivided profits ... 61.684.01t '. .

TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 267684.04 : .
-.SAVE AR2I FJYlY QfZzJI./
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS _.......$3.162.209.3C' YOUR RJRD DEfllfRSSWVWJGBEE
MEMOR.'NUA'A putting money in an out-of-date car. with the that's '
car Beautifully Built ,, '
other
sets pledged or assigned to secure liabilltlesand for r
purposes (including notes and bills rediscount and r-: sold with agreement to repurchase' ,... -.-,.+_:_...... 633000.00 --SWflPinow goes 30.000 miles between chassis ii "'o:::::! f .
Loans as shown above are after deduction of reserve of _..' 60191.41 : lubrications. 4,000 miles between -.

: I. Howell V. Peavy. Cashier of the above-named bank' do solemnly for a 61 Ford. Sales are up and oil changes adjusts its own brakes -. .zJJJ. '

) swear that this report of condition |Is true and correct to. the best.. of your Ford Dealer is in a position to guards its own muffler never needs '. +M s :. :::='f: ;' .
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my knowledge and Correct belief.-Attest Howell V. Peavy r, pay top dollar for your trade-in. waxing, protects its own body. .MCMM......r .,...., ... .... .t..'.. s ,' .

. Tom Holden :'....
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Lily J. Creal I .
." Charles K. Creal
O. F. Alford .. .
(: 'R. W Cody '. .. t Bunnell Motor '

', H Clegs Directors Company;
t State of 'Florida. County of Flagler. as: 1
; Sworn to and subscribed before me this 12th day of July.-1 61. andI _
I I hereby certify that I am' not an officer or director of this bacJc.I If You're Interested in an ,/71, Used Car- -Be Sure to See Your Ford Dealerd :I
My Commission. expires July 12. 1961 Beatrice Walters Notary Public l .
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I frst,',- PAGE EIGHT '-*- THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE- BUNNELL. FLORIDA__ .' Thursday, July 20, 1961

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: 'Perils Leave MarkOn' ery means known to science.For I wall of the Patent Office.. In tional Archives in 1952. The ex each day, the enclosed docu-

P. !. nearly 150 years however,i 1876, it was lent to Philadelphiafor ception was a three-year periodin ments. are raised from, and

Declaration It was the most traveled, hand- its centennial celebration. World War II, when it was,lowered into, the vault by an

: led and ,innocently abused of J Returned later, it was exhibitedin safeguarded, with other national electric mechanism. In the eventof

Americans state papers. a cabinet in the .State De treasures, at Fort Knox, Ky. national emergency, alternate
; .Of Independence J' partment's library. equipment can be operated to
i if
Signed August 2. 1776 Hall Made-to-Order
i'i A dramatic experience awaits lower the cases at a moment's,
: Meantime, concern was grow- The Exhibition Hall of the
i., Americans who have never seen Contrary to popular belief, the notice.
about the condition
ing of the Archives Building was designedto
the original Declaration of In' 1:>Declaration adopted on July 4,
Declaration. In 1894 the State
' create a fitting backgroundas
dependence.The 1776, was not signed, that day.
announced it had
[ Department well as the safest possible
The document in the Archives
f. historic document, which Building did not even exist then. been removed from public view haven for the three most precious Sarah R Martel
and had been stored'a steel !
in the American
"i: is magnificently enshrined in papers
Congress, on July 19, orderedit
, ,the Exhibition Hall of Washington's to be engrossed from 'the case. heritage. NOTARY PUBLICFLAGLER

> National Archives Building, much edited, Jefferson drafted As years passed, the authori- On a columned platform a- BEACHHE

s':.; is faded-and'discolored.. Most charter. ties decided the'document, couldbe gainst circular, marble walls, 03-Lehigh St.MOODY'S .

, of its signatures. are illegible. safely displayed, after all, the Declaration is displayed-
When the parchment was
Yet the very scars have meaning 2 1776 it with proper precautions. It was uprighl and centered-above the '
ready on August was
. .- They tell ,of perils survived signed by John Hancock as therefore transferred, in 1924, to tabled sheets of the Constitutionand

{ by the parchment that proclaimed President of Congress, and the the Library of Congress, and Bill of Rights. On either Floral Service
t.r these "self-evident" truths: shown under double-pane, filter- side are Barry Faulkner's color
50 or so members present for the I
," ,"that all men are created equal session. The other signatureswere I equipped plate glass. Eventual. ful murals, depicting the men I R. MOODY-Ph. ID 7-3240

;, ..endowed by their Creator added later. ly, still more protection was provided who framed the historic papers. Service. Reasonable Prices

'f. with certain unalienable Rights, A curious fact-due chiefly to.I by improved filters and The protective devices go far I ,

that 'among these are Life, Liberty changes in Copgress after the by sealing the parchment in :an I beyond the immediate containers -- I
enclosure filled with properly that ward off the effects of
and the Pursuit of Happi Declaration was approved-is FREE PAINTOne
' "t, humidified helium. I time and atmosphere. Below the
ness.
. that notall the men who voted for extra of your choice
the Declaration In. With one notable exception, hall is a steel and concrete gallop ,
Today, the document signed it, and that I with each, sralloi' you buy
the Declaration remained in the vault that is
: fireproof, shock-
1 dependence is
protected by ev- some ,signers never had the
chance 'to vote for it. I Library of Congress until it was proof, and bombproof.At Mary Carter Paint StoreAlso
placed in the care of the Na- the beginning and end of
: CLASSIFIEDADS From its earliest days, the I Weatvate tthooplnjc Canter
Declaration led a precarious life.
.
\ It was among other official papers

transported: in a /"light .. .
k wagon" when Congress fled from J'?

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Philadelphia to Baltimore in
) fjltlnga uDder this heading are
3 ceat per word each Insertion December, 1776. 5
'. 75 cents la minimum charge.. ---
The document was* soon returned -

JJOTICE-To whom* it may con I to Philadelphia, but onlyto

cern. The restaurant known as be on the move again ''when b 1a'' fififj

the Windmill Grill has been British advances forced the del- _

leased to and will be, operatedby egates to set up other temporary

Mr. and Mrs.: J. F. .Bumsed."Mi capitals in Pennsylvania, ,

H. Dawson, Owner. 7.20.3tp first at Lancaster, then York. I

After the war was won, the
V, SALE OR TRADE-Ford, 1958
priceless parchment traveled
air conditioned, R&H:, trade for
with Congress, in turn, to An-
lot at Flagler Beach or sell also
napolis, Maryland, Trenton, New
Chrysler 1955 Nassau $400. J.W. '
Jersey, and New York City.
Green, Flagler Beach Hotel.
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Transferred to the new Depart-
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July 20.3tp
ment of State on the adoptionof

FOR RENT OR SALE-3 bedI I the Constitution, it followed

room house at nqrth end of Pal the National Government backto

metto, Flagler Beach, on boat Philadelphia, and finally, in .( <> :: ;' .-,

canals, cool pleasant living, exceptional -1800,- to Washington. Fleelside Pickup: and Series: 60 with high rackNOW'S
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value, ,beautiful in-I .
,Hidden in Barn
terior and exterior $90.00 per
But there still rest for
was no
month for September 1 occu-
the American statement of lib -

pancy.Alexander Contact Lumber present Co.rentersor Daytona erty.then Secretary In the War of State of 1812, James, the THE TIME to save more truck

Beach, Florida. 7-20-TF

FOR SALE Potato Grading !tion Monroe, the ordered Constitution the, and Declara-'Bill dollars on the more-for your dollar trucks !

Plant, located on Florida East ,of Rights removed'to safety. _
Coast Railroad siding in.Bun- Hastily the* papers were sewn

; dell, Florida. Building and machinery into linen bags and hidden in Your 'truck dollars are worth a Summer's the season to get extra mile

in excellent condition. a barn on a near-by Virginia whole lot more at your Chevrolet age from your dollars on the trucks built

Large garage. Price, $35,000. farm. Then they were taken 'to dealers'right now! First off, you to give you extra miles of hauling. With
Will negotiate without machinery the home*of a pre actier in Lees- a
Independent Front Suspension Chevrolet
if desired. Call Hastings, burg, where they remained until get a head start on saving because ,
trucks keep going thousands of miles
Florida, Phone 692.1422, Florida the Federal city was back in summer's the saving season. Then- .
Planters, Inc. 7.20.1tc American hands after the BritIish longer because far less destructive 'jar
with a harder working easier 'and shake
evacuation. I are transmitted through the
TOR RENT-furnished 3-Toom
Strangely; the Declaration apparently riding Chevy truck you're set to truck. Chevy I.F.S. trucks work harder,
house $40.00. ID 73304. '
suffered less in war too, in areas where other trucks have to
mile haul. And
13 tf save every you ,
; July -
than in peace. :Much of the loss .
be pampered. And, .with Chevy's wide
W' Ocean housekeeping apart- of ink from the, original is finally, at trade-in time, you can
choice of thrifty 6 and hardy V8 power,
{ ments, 1 and 2 bedrooms com- blamed on a fassimile plate expect an extra dividend because
: pete with linens and-all utilities. made in the early 1820's, presumably you can tailor your truck exactly to your

e'" Sun deck, fishing, swimming, I by the early wetprinting of Chevy's traditionally higher job. So how can you miss-especially now

loafing. Day, week or month. 1 process. resale value. What could be better? during the summer saving season?

:}i Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. Other factors in the deterio- I '
HE 9.2082 7.6tf ration were the 'sunlight and \

'. seasonal heat and cold-to which '. CHEVROLET TRUCKS ,
' FOB RENT-one furnished a- the document was exposed be- w wYa \t

partment, call Harris Appliance tween 1841 and 1894. For the I

; and Gas Co., ID 73367. first 35' years it hung, unprotected ,

6-29-tf before a window on the ,.:
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r FOR RENT Unfurnished large '-

;. 2-bedrobm garage apartment.

'. Call HE 9.2318, or see Zeke II
(" Chaffee. 11-17-tf C xve sor5oB ,I
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SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reasonable -

rates. George Jarosz, Phone ",.#":. I
r- ID 7.3410 3.2 to 8-24-tp :
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FOR RENT f urnisned 2 bedroom TRY A ,1 t...... r "

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can be picked up at Sullivan's t ...,<.. i. !,
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" FLAGLER BEACH. REALTY CO. UOOSB THE NEWSPAPBR 64.EEP,115E 1 ,- <' .- :. See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer -= J IE I!

LOTS. HOMES OCEAN FRONT, or r ,. I
WATER FRONT, FARMS : .
ACREAGE '
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