The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: March 12, 1959
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00116
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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Ponce de Leon FUNDS DISTRIBUTED 'legislative I ,

Raceway Plans January collections of the state Thrift. Goal' MEETING Program Draws

imposed 5 cents .a package on A

Tlagler Night'Leo cigarettes and.towns and has rebated been distributed to cities, Is Stressed the Council Flagler will Large Attendance

H.- G.j Cochran, Jr., in Tallahassee -I. t Friday, I

Blank, president of the said. Freshman' House members at house at 2:30 I;j Response to the "Know Your

Ponce de Leon Trotting AsSocla- The municipalities in Flagler Tallahassee were told Monday the Florida School Program" held Tuesday

tion" at Bayard, Florida, was a County receiving a share and legislative appropriations committees Jacksonville. I I evening at the Bunnell High

visitor in' Bunnell last Friday.In the amounts' are: are determined to hold Agents, ; School was excellent with anI

an interview, Mr. Blank told Bunnell $1,538.27; Flagler the line on a 685-million-dollar i service i I I I attendance\over three hund

The Tribune he was very much Beach $717.10; Beverly Beach money bill and that state departments -,I men dealers, I red, publicity chairman Mrs. Ann

pleased with the response to $40.89; and Marineland $49.51. 'are beginning to cooperate :I.lothers I I Creal said today.

Florida's only, state licensed in the economy drive. 'ests will Principal Carl Hornsby moder

harness and tion of ated the meeting which gave an
mutual the
1 pari- quarter Panel Votes .A general spending bill in this overall picture of the' school
racing track. The
horse matters of
I amount would 'mean' that the I
track is located at Bayard on the I toring public program.
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St. Johns-Duval County line. T Extend 1959 Legislature would have to industry, the 1 I,I An explanation of the school
whack off 40 million dollars ,
philosophy given by County
Mr. Blank also said they have I
from the program recommendedby I School Superintendent Z. D. Holland
and harness horses '
910 quarter Draft Law
the Cabinet Budget Commis-
as well as a display of
at the racing plant, and 2,500 Penalty

persons' are employed at the The, ,Senate Armed Services sion. !charts giving a compararision of

Committee in Cliff Herrell of Dade achievement test scores with
raceway. Washington yesterday Rep. Taxes
Two well known quarter horse unanimously approved a County, chairman ,of the House other schools of comparable size.

racing fans of Flagler county ""time of crisis" four-year draft Appropriations Committee, made Bunnell School extras were des-

have horses at the track. Both law extension sought by President the remarks ..In opening a pre. I April cribed by the teacher in chargeof

horses are making good records. Eisenhower.: session school for' new House that phase of the program.Fred .

The racing horses are owned by I I Chairman Richard B. Russell members. have Taxpayers Vogel, dean of studentsof

Tucker and M. C. Strick- not the Daytona Beach'Junior Col-
Raymon said he and other members resisted
Herrell said the spending cutback taxes are. rounded .
out the
lege program
land, Jr. "for the time being" any
1 will
Mr. Blank said that plans are i amendments which might be interpreted I would be the only way the with they showing the value of an educa-

being completed for a "Flagler I as 'weaklnin '' the Legislature could avoid'new" i t amount a of tional program available to the

County Night" at the track. It 'U.S. position around the world-I taxes. H. county from kindergarten to I
I' f Drady
is to be held'the night of March especially in Berlin. "I think member here is I Mr. Junior College. He also pointed
I every Drady
out the opportunities available
28th. Russell said committee did, anxious to go back and tell the tax roll has

I not want to create the,"slightest people he held the line. on taxes," become due I at the Junior College.
doubt" as to u.S. determinationto I The meeting was followed by
Herrell said and to avoid
$pringPractice'r f tEstimates refreshments and an opportunityto
resist aggression.
revenues to ,be be paid by visit the class rooms. and meet

For Local Griders raised by existing',taxes ,range with the teachers. t

Meeting .Held. ,By I from the 700 million dollars of ; .

2 Start MarcfeAB' 4=H mub tisd&y.

The 1959, edition/of The'Bun- At the Flagler ..Qunt4. H of Budget Director, Harry Smith.

nell Bulldogs will' start Spring Club meeting Tuesday afternoon: Herrell said the appropriations'' I At C Dies Tuesday

Practice March 16. Practice will the boys had a discussion on ,committee were taking the lowest -

be in shorts for the first week, "anaplomosis," a disease' whichis I figure. 'metThursday The t In Daytona II

and after their first week of con- caused by bloodsucking insects I
"It is the
of the
purpose ap church
there will be two weeksin I Mrs. C. D. Yelvington of 1315
ditioning Club Reporter Johnny
I propriations :committees to hold a dinner .Jarecki Street Hill died
Holly ,
uniforms. The three weeks of Simpson said today.
the line on 700 million dollars During the
about 8:30
practice will be highlighted by They also discussed 'plans for Tuesday morning In
less 15 million dollars for. cush- George the Halifax in
an inter-squad game Friday the public speaking contest Hospital Daytona
and we are getting excellent president of Beach brief
night April 3 at, 8:00 p. m. which will be, held at the court following a
cooperation, Herrell said. "I am my Durrance She 69 of
said interest was years age.
Coach Mathews: house on March 23rd.
confident we can hold the line., L. H. Drady She the former Miss
is high right now and is expecting The boys also set plans for was
tary-treasurer Mamie Wilson of St. Augustine.After .
a good turn out for feeding the dairy bull which He said some state depart I
Spring Practice.Oviedo .' was loaned to the club by John ments at the request of the Ap: her marriage to Mr. Yel
Plans were
Kernpisty. and it will be used propriations Committee were 'I vington 52yZ years ago they re-
pairs to the sided in until
for breeding with the club boys submitting some recommendations Hastings they
Edges I calves. for trimming budgets ing. The moved to Bunnell* about t lrty-
each month.
three They have resided -
without hampering essential years ago.
Bunnell In CageTournament' I <. .:< ",..........",.,.'.,.,.""'"""':'/'.,"'''':'.....,.." ......" .. I services. I in Holly Hill about eighteen
'.h1b'4nsiY! ;' a'sSfy': 74OYfC2:} I I years. She was a memberof

s) Herrell appeared to the 'legislators the First, Baptist Church of

xf..r to hold back on introduc- Ormond Beach.
Oviedo Bunnell 52-49
won Jrom tion, of other money bills until She is survived by her husband
last Saturday'night in the Group I
the general appropriations measure C. D. Yelvington, Holly
Tournament here. The first half
Robert had been shaped up. The Hill; five sons, Carl and Haroldof
ended with' 24-24 score.
appropriations committees are Holly Hill; Wallace of Daytona
Cook was high point man with
shooting for ,a May 1 deadline Beach, E. A. of Miami, and
13 Wells 11 points, :
points, Henry
.. ; for the general spending meas Emery L. of Dallas Texas. One
and Buddy Taylor 10 points, K. :;>:: : .
ure. brother E. Wilson, Miami; one
Jim Brookshire of Oviedo made
:: Gov. LeRoy Collins told the sister, Mrs. Onie McLane, Stuart;
11 points.The .
session there is "impelling need" two half sisters, Mrs. Emmett
second half ,was a thriller
for team work betccn" the administration Campbell, Hastings, and Mrs.L. .
and an exciting 'finish for both b w,
>v.a: and the Legislature, A. Bass ,of St. Augustine.Also .
teams, Oviedo 5249. ... x t S '
a: saying the future of the state surviving are four grand
In Friday nights games Oviedo
depends upon cooperation and .aA Swyr4 sons, L. A. (Andy) Yelvingtonof
beat Hastings 76-16, and Bun-
good will .bet ween the two Miami, and Emery Jr., Charles,
nell beat Seville 5247. In the
branches.The and Donald Yelvington of Dallas.
,first quarter Bunnell lead Seville -,
governor said he plannedas Funeral services will be held
162. High point honors
FLYING mOB Little 10- in the past to poll.each member at 2 o'clock Thursday afternonin
went to Sanv Bertha and Robert
month-old Alice Ann Odrebeekwas of the Legislature on his BOLE IN the Chapel of Baggett-McIntosh -

Cook 15 points each. chosen, honorary plane particular fields of interest."It Swedish Funeral Home, South Beach
Coach McGriff said "he was captain by the crew of the air- is from the tied at the
,. answers I receive St., Daytona Beach. Rev. ,Paul
of the performance of all liner her to N. Y. after
proud that flew' Holland.
will !
that I look for the'special Lack, pastor of the First Beaptist
boys during the tournament. -'
leadership in various Church of Ormond Beach will .
McKnight '
fields," he said. officiate. Interment will follow

JOHNNY TILLOTSON' Collins made it plain that he Repim at the Shady Rest Cemetery,
With KiltieSymphonic .
SHOW TO BE HERE will not ask for: "new: taxes.'Florid'a Held Holly Hill.WATER .,

,APRIL FOURTH BandThe is especially favored ,

During'the:'regular meeting of over many ,other states, he said, Julia J RESOURCE PLENTIFUL

the ,Lions Club Monday, the Kiltie Symphonic Band of In that it does not have to'wrestle Dams on 'the Colorado and an

Club Voted ,to, sponsor The Carnegie Tech have recently inability\ to finance it7 A.Requim' aqueduct, acres California's des

Johnny Tillotson 'Show along presented their Winter Concert programs and institutions without in St. ert lands enable Los Angles and

'with:The Mardells Melanie Williams program at, Caineg1e',Hall. ,imposing new taxes, he de cago,"Heights San Diego to ,grow ,far beyond

vand>Paul.._ ,Nan. 'as masterof Miss Diana,McKnight..daughter clared.Twentythree.- clock the' their limited water resources.
ceremonies. of Mr.-and Mrs:J.vH. McKnightof ,of the 28' freshman 19 for Mrs. Irrigation canals have transformed -
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The:' ."show...',*!.,..;,'to- beheld' in theSchool Bunnell,.'is a member of the.I legislators were on hand died on" } the Coachella and Imperial

,Gym t on,Saturday .night, Kiltie ,Symphonic' ;.Band.", She> for the biennial two-day
Apr1l ....tlJ :sale 'tickets I I played?,:a,,B'flat.clarinet, ? ;She Is at, which, ''SPeaker, *Designate ,Interment. wilderness. ','. into an' agricultural.

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Bellmaking A Brisk I 000 German bells,''only a fraction stition- is, attached to great bells.London's .I children from London, had a i British Columbia isnermen account -
# which have been re darker affect on British morale.
of famous bells were si .
for nearly half,of Canada's
Business Since End placed.. Italy did not completethe lenced-at the onset of World WarII I
entire commercial catch. Salmon,
,restoration of more than to .ring again solely, in Jhe Only two persons had signedthe
church bells lost ,or damaged event of invasion -victory.. It the leading money earner,
Of World War II I 11,000 Declaration of Independencewhen
in the war until 1957. is said that only one other wartime it was proclaimed July brings the province about*$45,-
The making of bells, who 1 The orgin of bells is lost in I measure, the evacuation of 4, 1776. 000,000 a .year.Bufr.
tintintabulations herald su I antiquity. But- the business of I I i ,.. 'f '.'
Joyous occasions as Christmand making them hasn't, changed 1
New Year, is one of Ii II materially since the, Chinese _
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most enduring and exacting Emperior Hoang-ti. ordered a set .5'S.I [ [ _.:: ;
crafts. in 2697 'B. C. to serve as an official :
Curiously, however, there a of pitch.A .

now huge probably bronze engaged bells less in than that casting 20 peal towdries U ago ,foundryman would,".standard not at find all strange'of a presentdayplant generations except, DID" ): O.( U; I BjliB; IL!: Eil.i:::::: \.'.:.: ;'''A/j/ :;: L i. Ut J E r. LFIt:: { : D:

towers throughout the, wonl perhaps, for the jingle of the .
One belongs to a Troy: ; Ne telephone bells. Sevente nth- B !/ torPeope,
York, family that,has beenmal century engravings show' furnaces .
ufacturing bells since Revolttionary exactly like those'of 'today.

days. A similar fami I I, To make a bell, the foundry
that has been, manufacturirbells I man'builds up'a "core" of brickwork -
since Revolutionary day and fine clay bound with I
A similar family concern i 1 I hair to shape the vessel. The Y
Sinn, West Germany, has turfed I mold's: outer portion is similarly -
out bells for 350 years. sculptured In side an Iron
London foundry; established 1 i casting. Both tasks are, arduous.'
1570,' may well be the' I!When the two molds are finally a
manufactlring firm in Englamthe !prepared and clamped together, !
National Geographic Sdciet .metal Is poured into the hollow -
says. between them. In old days cast- ----:-- --------
The demand for bells is aways' called for solemn ceremony, ,
has been to toss In :1: lg-: I
brisk. It c and nobles gathered : =D I
specially so since World War l offerings of gold ,and silver... I df 1 I-L1 I I.. .
whenthousands of bells wermelted On' that acount, many an old Check Ford's Everybody Ills a Head room- No deep All front seals I
down for metal or 'shattered bell is reputed to ring more large door openings...._full-depth cushion !I ...!leg room galore_i_ ...foot wells.! _. I. are foam padded_I .

by, bombs. sweetly, but the truth of the I I I I
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Italy Restores Bella matter is that the truth of the .F1 I @ I. { IwI'I ?'

In the steepled ,City of Londoionly sonorous voice to its time-. I 1 I 1
remainewhere about four Saves up to 5 a Change oil only I Aluminized mufflers Save on Iownt-cost Diamond lustre I

... three bells could churches be rung. Nazimelted parts honored copper content and one of part tin. gallon with regular" l_eacA--X000-miles-i _last-longer.-_1_ -accessories_.-_.1 I Finish aeads:"waz...I I

down an estimated. 150WIN Big bells are always made to .
e + Irder. Each presents a particular -

problem as to weight, size t' forSavings
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and tones desired. The finished
product must be perfect to be ,11:.t'"
ACOMPLETE used. for there IS' no way to v'j;
mend a cracked bell. t
Mammoth Bell in' Moscow
The world's largest bell has i.
OUTBOARD 1 ; OUTFITinMcCulloch :.never pealed./ThQ.J -tbn'"Tsar :
Kolokol" wc st in Moscowin
1733 and allowed to cool off
in its earthcovered molds for 103
Unfortunately the Kolo Fi A F.
t years.
1 k kol lost an 41-ton bit of its lip .
,;: before being hung. The broken ,

1'I colossus stands .in the Kremlin.A (1..1::! :og L.t 4 T>o&! yCCtQ.t.&o.t I CMM..awl PMpb-Ttst It-Sovi gs-Tact Rt
second Moscow bell, 128, 0'J ..aad save...DtvbU-YalM Frd
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ti tons, is the greatest
} use: Other: historic heavyweights -
hang..in Mandalaysome --.
a: ( 80 tons) and Peking (53tons
). An 18-ton bell in the .
: Bunnell Motor
Riverside Church New York, isthe Company
kYctJTjrubCONTEST ..
1 largest bell ever tuned.
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Second Prize: 20 pairs $23 d
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Third Handilite Prize electric:' 20 $9.00 lanterns value BOOKSHELF ftse Zet

Weekly prize winners still .. '
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: Southern Bell more long distance calls dailyovqr addition... the 10 per cent federal The word "atom" comes from
900,000, than in any previous excise tax on telephone service rim' AREA54gETOt the Greek atomos, meaningnotcut
I (; year. paid by customers, amounted to + 'lOU,.. I or indivisible.. Atomic theorywas
r. Reports Growth To house new equipment, the I $60 million. Of this amount expounded .as early as 400B.
I company constructed 101 new $11.4 million was paid by Flor .C. by the Greek physical
Southern Bell Telephone 'Co., t buildings in the. south and additions ida telephone customers. Total philosopher ,Democritus., .
in ;1958 backed up its confidencein to 40 existing, buildings. taxes"amounted to $3.02. per tele

the continuing economic Southern Bell's annual report phone per month. The report I
t: growth of the,south by building revealing these and other facts :.described the 10 per cent excise To Avoid

... .$250 million in new 'facilities, was released in Daytona Beach I tax as, "an unnecessary burdenon ,
the company's annual report re. by W. R. Leach, Manager, of the I telephone customers which
;: ceived in Daytona Beach today gig AND TAKE )
Telephone Company. President should be repealed. The telephone UOTKg A'Penalty
reveals. Ben S. Gilmer made the reportfor is' the only essential :
The number of telephones in the 'company, which serves household, utility which bears
the nine states served by Southern Daytona Beach and 72 other exchanges such an excise tax.

Bell increased by 445,000 and in Florida.In The company's bill for em

_..... stood at 6,275,000 at year 'end. Florida, the report showed ployee wages and related cost
Demand for the convenience of that telephones in service hit totaled $288 million. The com- ll 1958 City Taxes

b: the "extension" telephone a- 1,135,872, a gain ,of 109,165. To pany has 65,300 employees in

round the house was the Highest provide additional and improve the nine states. Florida's 12,345
ever, with 193,000 of them In- service to Floridians, SouthernBell telephone 'employees were paid 0 N+o r visfSo Must ,Be Paid

stalled in residences during the placed new central officesin $52,404,270 in salaries and wag r EASY
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12 months. Of this number, 32- service at Bunnell, Homestead, es during 1958. The report emphasized

", 415 residence extension telephones Jacksonville, Miami, Orange the ,effect of higher -. .. By April 1, 1959
were. installed in Florida Park and Orlando. A 'new exchange costs of providing telephone ser
homes. was established at Vernon vice and the need for better
of Bunnell
_. '.- Southerners, using Southern Florida. earnings. The company-wide I
Bell telephones, made more calls Operators now dial about 70 5.31 per cent earnings realizedin ..
:: daily, 40 million/' and placed per cent of all long distance 1958 on'the original cost of its
calls directly to the called city, property are "less than they

and customers in 12, exchangesare should be if we are to plan and :It is heartwarming .to accept your vote of con- ..
.: gilt lagltr.iUnu now, able to dial!their own build for the future and be ableto
long distance, station to station do those things which prove fidence and, appreciation and to serve you again

EUNNKLL FLSEIDlMRS. calls to more than 45 million most beneficial to our customersin as Mayor of Flagler Beach.I .
telephones In'as many as 500 the long run." An Improvement -

;!: : M. B., FULLER.,Editor cities. During 1958, customer of a litle over onethirdof will do my utmost to merit your continued
long distance, dialing was 'provided one per cent in earnings was
uglsut.d Official ....._ at Fort Pierce,. Cocoa and noted, "but our earnings rate faith and trust, so we may grow and prosper to

I," I.*. PmUl. N.tlees .f FlacfevCut7 Melbourne, 'Florida. needs to be higher to be in har gether. '
Mulei.alitle thereto More than half of the com mony with the earnings of other

_.' tko Stat. of .FJ.rMaE.t.eea pany's customers now have one- businesses, generally. ," the report R. L. McNAB, Mayor

party service. Ten years ago, stated. E t I
mm ** .md. elaM' auitter while the company was strivingto -

., February I,1'13.at tho *.ot.aee meet exploding postwar de. "
:I'. at .....11.FlmUa* wade act .! mand, only 16 per cent had one- ,.

:\ .. Mare 3, 1ST*. party sereicv and 48 per cent :: 4

had four party telephone. .

One year: a 1.80 Southern ,Bell aid nearly $158 ; : .." .. ".
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} :r': r i I-SEVENTH BIRTHDAY- PARTY -- Mr.- and Mrs. Elza Burkholderare I. "Hart"- is the European term

: .: q/) /} g1T-; 1 I Mrs. V. W. Haines' entertainedwith leaving this week for their I i I for a fully grown male deer.

fi:; Tuesday home in Bremen, Ind., after]I I
a birthday party
Jlagler spending several months here REFINANCE YOUR DEBTS
afternoon at'her home, honoringher r'
i and in Daytona Beach. With a Long Term
little daughter Janet Sue,
!,' LUNA BABBITT I whose seventh birthday was that I
:: Telephone HEmlock 9-2096 I
I day.Two Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bass and FARM LOAN
little who received
LEHR-BALDWIN daughter, Faye, motored to Or-
GARDEN CLUB prizes in games they playedwere lando Sunday to visit with Mr. R. W. BRYAN
Miss' Suzanne Jane Lehr of ,Chris Martel and Eleanor Production Credit Assn.
Flagler Beach and Mr. Joseph The Flagler. Beach Garden : Shill. Other guests were Cathy and. Mrs. W. R. Bass, Jr., and PALATKA, FLORIDAWednesdcrf10:00
' Baldwin, member of the U. S. Club met last Tuesday in the : and Susie Duncan, Barbara and family. I

Air Force stationed at Orlando Woman's Club building with an Joann Wilson, Laura Sue Gomes,

;, Airforce Base, were united in attendance of 18 members and ; Patty Galloway, Susan Peterson, .
marriage Sunday afternoon, guests. Hostesses were Mrs. and Ann Meekins.Mrs. '

'; ." I March' 8, 4:00 at St. Stephen's Willis White and Mrs. Phil Kes- Haines was assisted by e GI Bunnell with ter. .
, Catholic Church her daughter, Beverly, in the
( Smith of. I
Rev. Farther Vincent
The two guests' speakers were; games and also in serving a Mr. and Mrs. Flagler Beach for your interest
. ficiating. Alton Harris of Bunnell and John special birthday cake with ice
;, The bride is the' daughter of Griffin of Lake City. They spokeon cream and soft drinks.A in the recent election.

Mr. and Mrs. Ray; Lehr, South "Soil and Water Conservation. I appreciate the confidence and trust you have

, Flagler Ave., ,and the groom is ." fellowship supper has been put in me, and shall continue in the future as in the
the son'of Mr. and Mrs. Willis During the business meeting,
f at the First Baptist
k'. Baldwin of East Moriches, Long I a nominating committee was Church for March 18,, at 6:30P. past to work for your best interests. '
to select a slate of, officers to ,
Island, N. Y. K. N. GIVENS
-? M. and it, will be followedby
ix be presented when ,new officersare '
The bride, given in marriage to be elected. They were a hymn sing.

: by her,father, wore a white lace Mrs. Clara Butuex Mrs. Leola V
, dress fashioned over pink taffe Jones, Mrs. Esther-Heydt, Mrs. Recent house guests of Mr. S'

, ta with a fitted bodice and full Ann Batten, and' Mrs. Virgil and Mrs. Owen Kirkpatrick were A8G
:/.. skirt. Her fingertip veil was attached Hoover. her sisters, Mrs. Wylene Perkins, :
f to a matching .lace, cap of Warner Robbins, Ga., Mrs.
There was a plant excnange.
Jewel and Mrs. Avis
outlined in tiny pink pink ros
Discussions on the Spring .
Whited from Cochran Ga.
ettes. Her flowers was white ,
Flower Show brought a decisionto
" Miss Joan Hoff, of Flagler, hojd it Saturday and Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. John Fordhamand :
; May 2 and 3, and the theme is
last weekend in
'Beach, and Miss Marie Baldwin, son spent II Music
i to be "Spring Festival of Flowers -
sister of the groom from Long Cochran, Ga. with relatives. They P SAT. SAT.
In preparation for the
Island, were the bride's attend- were accompanied on the trip
flower show, there will be a work Mrs. wflo The Surf Riders
= ants and their flowers were pink by Kirkpatrick
;t carnations. shop on March 17 at the homeof visited there with her parents.Mr. .
Mrs. E. H. Threadgill.
Best man was Bud Campbellof Dancing & Music9P.M.to1:30A.M.
Coffee will be served and each and Mrs.
Eugene Cauleyare
the Orlando Airforce Base,
bring their own sand .
one can
parents of a son, born in
Walters i i
and ushers were Robert '
wich. Plans made for three
the Halifax in I
and William Crowe from the Hospital Daytona Plenty of Parking
Orlando base. carloads to go' to the Ravine Beach Tuesday at 5:30 a. m.., His !. I MARK ROSE JIU Your Host.
Gardens in 'Palatka Thursday, weight was eight pounds and
Among the out of town visitors March, 5, and to return by St. four ounces. Flagler Beach On Ocean Shore Blvd. AlA
were Mr. and'Mrs. Elmer Augustine and attend a flower X --

Lehr, Allentown, Pa.'Mr.; and show ,in the civic center there.
I Mrs. Oliver Zeigler, Fogelsville, The hostesses, Mrs. White and J

Penn., both uncles and aunts of I. Mrs. Kester, served, dainty refreshments .
the bride; Harvey Lehr, Allentown from a table which ll-electrlc, kitchen

s grandfathe.pf the bride. was decorated in the St. Patrick's .. \ i .t ...t *
Mrs. Willis Baldwin.toother I of theme. A hat Was'Ii(.the center -. for cost 01'i!: z. M *

I the groom, acccompariied from holding shamrock and bells of V '. rF
East Moriches ,by:the' groom's Ireland, and was 'flanked by pack of cigarettes "

sisters, Misses Marie and Genevieve green candlesticks.Mr. ..
Baldwin and, Mrs.. Gene-' ,

.vieve Earle, aunt of the groom, and Mrs. Al Schwender of .

from Lynnbrook, Long Island.A Columbus, Ohio, stopped over
recpetion at the Woman's here Friday to visit with friends
Club followed the wedding. Dec- while sightseeing in the state.

orations included .fern and seasonal -
flowers. The bride's table Rubber ik: + .
Stamps i Yppp A't
was overlaid with a lace cover

and centered with a three-tiered '
pink and white wedding cake. t; : :

Assisting the bride's mother

were Mrs.Catherine Wilson, Mrs.. .
Ida Lerch and Mrs. Alice Lovell. S % :: %:::YA 4Y'M.xiYAa

The couple left' for a few daysin '.
the southern part of Florida

before'returning to Orlando
where they will live. ,

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Weaver

,* and family spent Sunday in p
Lake City., They visited with his

brother, Charlie Weaver, in the ; ..
"I Veteran's Hospital where he is
receiving treatment for a broken .eur
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... Mrs. K. Barrish, 418 Manhattan, Daytona Beach, says: "My all-

William. Posey arrived .from I MANY STYLES AND SIZES : electric kitchen is just grand and such a time-saver.It is so economicaland

Columbus, Ohio, during the I ... easy to keep clean and cooL My husband and I feel that our electric .
weekend to visit with Mr. and Prompt Service I.I I.
biDs are most economical for the service we get."For cooking range,
.: Mrs., Ira Bordner. He also plansto
tour the southern part of the The Flagler Tribune I hot water heater,refrigerator,lights and small appliances,the Banish

state before returning to his Phone IDlewood.3282 bill averages 30c a day-just about the price of a pack of cigarettes.It' .

home. Bunnell Florida ,


" for less work, more fun.. .

:: S FOR SALE join theSWING J

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15 Nice Lots North. Daytona Avenue Electric cooking is white-glove dean. No
i'. _. soot'no greasy**". No scorched pots and ,
pans.Housekeeping's easier. kitchens stay 8 to .'
f Flagler Beach Florida; 16 degrees cooler. ,

... : Food tastes better because/I4iMle electric cooking.is .
\ ". Seals in all the
practically: cooking.:
$9,750. $350 goodness. '
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'',' Balance 20 Semi-Annual Payments Plus 6% ,Interest Flan electric cooking it the aa/. .....No con- :\
t ; stant-buming pilot lid
:j ; Interest and Principal Payable Semi-Anaually. s .f.
i AM remember. SnaUm'i flwrfe. *if the.bodfeft ;. '
t: biggest bargain. It.cheaper to go "'IJ.ctri fe the
; ... 4 ABOLTON < : ;' kitthea-Iaimdri thaa to use.ycrnnMinrtno, afiuek flit HiTEl"W ,:; ,

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MEETING. F. Mercer IN JACKSONVILLEJ. was in Jacksonville The Bible ,Says:
TV Bob

I I Sunday through Tuesday This is. my beloved Son...-
attending the meeting of the
bear him. "
LOCALS State Tax Collectors Association ye SERVICE
meeting held there. (Matt. 17:5 bU Pet. 1:17.18)

-:"- The Friendly Class of the First all makes

I I' PZNETTES MEET COUNTRY CLUB MEETS I Methodist Church of Bunnell are Listen"HEROLD Sales Tubes and
l COWABT sponsoring a Roast Beef Dinneron ,
Tuesday evening March 17 at Antenna Installation
The Country Club met Wed
The Pinettes Club met 'Monday I the Old Church
nesday evening with Mrs. S. J. building on Over WPDQ, 600 KC at 8:30 a.m.
t: evening for a dinner meet Church Street. The dinner will PHONE HE 9-2204
Tilton Jr., at Flagler Beach. SUNDAY
ing with Mrs. Pat Cowart. Of.. Plans for the Cabbage Ball be serVed from five thirty to aaaaaa. aa aaaaaa aa
ficers were elected as follows: seven thirty.Mr. .
were discussed and plans for
president, Mrs. James Crews; .
tickets and reservations to go
vice president, Mrs. O. C. Shelton and Mrs. Robert B. Vic-
on sale on the. morning of FOR .
f ; secretary, Mrs. Walton Kinney March 28 at Mathers Furniture icombie of Niagara Falls, N. Y., DragliningBulldozing
f ; treasurer, Mrs. S. G. Hay. Store were made. are spending a short vacation at SHELL FILL & SAND
f good; social chairman, Mrs. C.I' their Venice Park Home in Flag
It'was decided to make a contribution I
H. Cowart Jr.;. reporter, Mrs. to sending a ,girl to I I ler Beach. DIRT CONTRACTS
Otis Hunter., I
Girl State next summer. Land CALL
I' t I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cowart Clearing
The' door prize was won by I
were Jacksonville Friday and
Mrs. Haygood. The next meet DeWAYNE LEE CAULEY
Mr. and Mrs. Saturday where Charles under. Grading
ing will be with Mrs. Crews.PURE Eugene Cauley
of Flagler Beach announce the went minor eye surg'ery.Mrs. HE 9-2094
birth of a son at the Halifax ,
... I Hospital in Daytona Beach on Russell L. Grace, Mrs. Phone IDlewood 7-3376 FLAGLER BEACH
OIL TIPS Tuesday, March 3. He weighed Frank Bain and Mrs. C. R. Hodges .

eight pounds four ounces and of Albany, Ga., were recent visitors ,
CLIFTON WEBB has been named DeWayne Lee. here with Mrs. Daisy Walker I

I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kudrna ,
and Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hunter CARD OF. THANKSTo v" ,

r were in Keystone 'Heights Tuesday our many friends who have Please accept my thanks for your votes in 'the i
with been so comforting to us since !
visiting their
brotherin the loss of City Election for Commissioner Tuesday March 3rd. .
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. our son and brother,
a tUI Kenneth John Deen, may we thank you
in Your expression of confidence in me is highly :
this manner for the many .

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Glover had deeds of kindness. We shall al.1 appreciated. '

as their ways remember the flowers
guests Sunday Mr. and
: Mrs. W. C. Davis and childrenof John the prayers and service, C. B. EISENBACH '
1 the covered dishes of food
. Shiloh, Florida. prepared
in neighborhood kitchensand

i' CARD'OF THANKSTo sent' to the.family, the law I .

J our beloved Dr. John M. officers, the St. Johns County
-- Canakaris and his excellent hose Blood Bank, the school faculty I .INSVRE-Sfiy Insured & Rest Assured

O&Ai pital staff of Doctors and Nurses and little, schoolmates. Our .
we wish to hearts are saddened by our loss
extend our '
That reminds me foes but we are
our gratitude for all that was donein strengthened in the .
will please you to."- a valiant effort to save the knowledge that our 'little boy'was ,

life of our-dear little John. We loved by all. H. T. COOK AGENCY :

know there are larger more famous ,Curtis, Margaret Jane, Susan

'sr'e- Service hospitals in 'this world but t : \ and Minnie. Deen %, Citizens.Bank Bldg., Bunnell,,Florida .
V. S. PbonelUabway none have
1 ID 7.3138i any larger hearts.
We will cherish the memory of "

I Big i Enough to Accomodate their kindness always.
Curtis, Margaret Jane, Susan fhi$ week's'patterns.
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k : (bill and against the bad part I tion for 110.000 public housing IX THE I IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF

.", I of.it. The committee which ap units that haven't been built. "IN' CII." I FLAGLER CHANCERY: COUNTY NO. 3643-FLORIDA IX

' 'proved the bill knew- that the This bill would authorize190,000 CHARLES I I ESSIE L., KELLEY

sl':" yy bad part.of it would have a hard additional units and we simply vs. Plaintiff.

... '" '' time passing if it were 'intro can't' afford them at this time !I SAM S. KELLEY. .
# .: duced as a separate bill,.so they when :the budget already appears THE : i, NOTICE TO DEFENDTHE

... tied it onto a bill which had to be considerably out of 8411 I I Sam STATE a Kelley OF FLORIDA TO:

some desirable features. Now balance. I have received many Ozone Address Unknown
You are hereby notified that
{ we have either vote for or complaints, from people who suit You has are suit has been filed against you in a

against the entire bill. can't understand how a tenant the above I are the above entitled cause: and you
t. hereby required to file
hereby. your
I In our annual questionnaire I can pay $15 to $25 a month rent are swer with I answer. with the Clerk of this

asked you some questions thatI for a place that costs the Hous- and the to Court upOn ,the and plaintiff to serve or a plaintiffs copy thereof attorney -

knew would be difficult for you ing Authority some $12,000.or I whose is: whose name"f and. address .

. to answer categorically yes or $13,000 to build. The answer is W.407% Donald E. Buck

,: no. Thousands of you in reply- that there is paid to the Housing not later Exchange::)t. Augustine.Bank Florida Building

A. s. (Syd) Herlong ing to these questionnaires amplified Authority out of the taxpayers'moneyyour If you not 1959.later than March. 27th A. D.
Distrio* confesso
_ Congressman. rifth your replies. That is fine money-enough to you for the If you fail to do so, decree pro

>.' and we are glad you: did. But I (Continued on page 3) : said bill of suit yoU confesso for the will relief be demanded entered against In the

: Many Central Florida builders the reason I made the questionsso I- --- I said WITNESS Court I said bill of suit complaint.being for The divorce.nature of

" have the blunt is because when these IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY A. D. 1959 WITNESS my hand and seal of
me support
JUDGE, PLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA (Official said Court this 18th day of Febu-
-:. : housing bill which is coming up questions are presented to us IN ..nODA'l'),:. ary A. D. 1959.
IN He: Estate of (Official Seal)
.-. _' .. shortly. for a vote they are, believe me, SALLIE ANN GERHARD March Clerk- RALPH E. HARBERT.

This bill, among other things, just as blunt and .we have to Deceased. Feb. 26 Clerk of said Circuit Court
TO ALL CREDITORS: AND ALL I & Mar. 6-12-19-ftc
provides for additional money i say yes or no without qualification. PERSONS: HAYING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
Notice is IN
for FHA-insured loans, for urban I This housing bill is a perfect and AGAINST each of SAID you ESTATEIYou are hereby der and.. I FOIL TIIE'LAGLER CIIICUIT COURT IN FLOII.-AND I
notified and required to presentany Final IDA IX CHANCERY gsnfc
redevelopment, for college hous,; I example.' claims and demands which you. Sale THOMAS DIAMOND and wife-

ing loans, for homes for the elderly Please understand I. am not or either of you may have againstthe Geo.March, A. D. IIAREKLIA DIAMOND I
estate of Sallie Ann Gerhard, Wm. Plaintiff.
and for a big expansion quarreling with the housing deceased late of .Los Angeles Judges of I ,
County. State of California to the cuit of the NICHOLAS TTANGELAKOS.,
of so.called.low. ;' rent. public program as ,such. We ,have one County Judge of Flagler County. for Flagler I'I and wife. KALLY ANGELAKOS,

housing. What' these builders now and it has been a most Florida at his office in the court cause lately Defendants.
house of said County at Bunnell. Court of NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN
want in' this housing bill is the helpful progTam in many ways, Florida, within eight calendar in Chancery MORTGAGE 'FORECLOsCItll
FHA feature but is but when it is months from the time of the first I of Bunnell SUIT TO FORECLOSE MORTGAGE
that just a proposed, as apart publication of'this notice. Each pony was STATE OF FLORIDA
small part of the entire bill. of this bill proposes, to bal- claim or demand shall be in writ- and Esther TO: NICHOLAS T. ANGELAKOS
I I ing, and shall state the place of being Case and
wife KALLY '
Some of the other features are loon the program out of all pro. residence and post office addressof signed 500 Union St.. ANGELAKOS Bruns--

- also desirable. The total cost of portion and we are called on to the claimant and shall be swornto in Friday Flagler the Wick, Georgia
bye the claimant his agent or You NICHOLAS T. ANGELAKOS
the desirable features of the bill embark on a carefree inflation. attorney and any such claim or 1959, at and wife. KALLY ANGELAKOS,
demand not filed shall be void. the Flagler hereby are
\ will run nearly $2 billion. The ary spending spree, then I thinkit ROBERT so E.' PURCELL. Bunnell, bill of ,notified Complaint that to an foreclose amended

public housing feature of the bill is time we back up and took I As administrator of the Es- of during sale the certain chattel mortgage and cancel a-
I tate of Sallie Ann Gerhard. a lease and option to
alone will cost nearly $4 billion another look. Especially shouldwe I Deceased. public on the following described purchase

during the lifetime of the legis look at the proposal for pub March First 5-U-19-26-4tc publication March. 5th. 1959. hand best in to-wit:9 Property

lation, and I think it is bad. But lic housing: I II Sale Final ler Block 172.own Bunnell,Lot Fiag-10.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Bounty. Florida, together
we don't 4iave the opportunityto Under the' present programwe FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA scribed all tenements hereditaments with

vote! for the good part of the already have an authorizaTiredofPayingRent LOUIS IN CHANCERY C. NO. 3662 Flagler 1954 taVnln SEPUrtenallce- eto apper-

GOETZ.Plaintiff, Serial The business known
i 'I as the Dixl-
vs. at ana.Grlll. together
all of the
,ROBERTA N. GOETZ. ty, Florida kitchen and dining room furniture
Defendant. A. D. 1959. and fixtures
I NOTICE TO DEFEND: (Seal) character used In every the kind and
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: I said restaurant business operation of ..
? Roberta N. Goetz ', As talQed In building situated con-
Address Unknown of 9, and the NWs< ot Lot on 10 Lot
You are hereby notified that a I By Block 172. Town ot Bunnell of
suit has been filed against you in ler Flag-
; the above entitled cause: and youa..e March 12- the 'goodtywililana allooccupatlonal
COME SEE US'J. hereby required to file your an licenses. List of major equipment
swer with the Clerk of this Court, mortgaged
and to serve a copy thereof upon NOTICE hereto. and byteefereice.included
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney the Board herein (Equipment listed given
whose name and address is: will receive ) -
W Cecil Grant the 6th 2 Deep Freeze '
407% Main Street hour of 1 Reach in Box
Daytona Beach Floridanot Clerk's 1 small
, later than April 8th ,A. D. 1959. Court 1 Gas Deep Fryer
It you fail to do so, decree pro lowing: 1 Small team: .Table
confesso will be entered againstyou Part of 1 Upright Icebox .
for the relief demanded in the I one-half 1 'Yorklng'table '
bill of complaint. The nature of fifteen (15) 1 ti-eye range with grill attached. -
said suit being for Divorce and ment ,
custody of minor children. tion Nine ( 1 Slice (E) Machine
WITNESS my hand and seal of Range 1 Working Table
said Court this 9th day of MarchA. one-half .X"I 1 Toaster (Double)
D. 1959.Official corded in 2 Pane (Elec) I
\ ( Seal) Also: lIsc. Kitchen Utensils ''
RALPH E. HARBERT above 10 Tclbles. 1
Clerk of. said Circuit Court I The, 1 Counter WIT stools
March 12-19-26 & April 2-4tc I reject any 1 Pie Case
DATED 1 Adding Maehlne
'''COUNTY.' FLORIDA; IN t (Official Misc. dishes, glasses & silver
CIiANCEItY NO. 3652 C. H. 2 high chairs
HELEN W.- Board 1 Dish Washer Sink
HAYES.Plaintiff. ers, 1 Can OPener
ASTOR W. HAYES RALPH 1 Drink (reach in) box
Defendant\ Board of 1 Cash Register National
NOTICE TO DEFEND: ers. 1 Ice Tea Jug

Extra Construction Features In All Bevis Homes THE Astor STATE W. OF Hayes FLORIDA. TO: I March --- 2 1 India A'r. Conditioner Statues nYall plaques

Address Unknown has been filed against yoU and you)
TREATED SILLS and FLOOR JOIST You are hereby notified .that a Notice is ofeyotir Answer to serve a
suit has been against you in East or Pleadings to the \
DOUBLE FRAMING ON ALL OPENINGS the above en flied cause; and you trict of Amended Dill ot Complaint on the
FULL are hereby required to file your ler ,Beach. plaintiff's attorney H. T. Cook
8-FOOT CEILING answer with the Clerk of this sealed Citizens Bank Building, Bunnell
4- SOLID PIER BLOCKS Court and to ,serve a copy thereof seven miles Florida, and file the original An-
upon the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney on ewer or Pleadings In the office of
-.TOP QUALITY PAINT. CHOICE OF COLORS whose, name and addressIs clock P.M. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 1
I : 1959. or or before the lot day of April
Samuel V. Holch time for 1959. It you fail to do so. Judg-
Highway 17 sand ( against will
P. O. Box 471 Oil. the relief demand d
Built On Your Lot East Palatka. Floridanot Fuel 011 In the Amended Bill of Complaint.
A. D.. District's This
later than March 28th notice shall be published
1959., Beach. once each week for four consecutive -
Low Monthly Payments If you fall to do BO, decree pro able for weeks In The Flagler Tribune.
confesso will be entered againstyou facilities. DONE AND ORDERED at Bun-
for the relief demanded in the lons. nell Florida, this Z3rd day of February -
bill of complaint. The nature ,of Bids will / A. D. 1959.
Local RepresentativeMRS. said suit being for Divorce. 7:30 P.M. RALPH E. HARBERT
WITNESSmy hand and 'seal of office. Clerk of the Circuit Court
BETTE McDANIEL 1 said Court this 24th day of Febu- The Flagler County. Florida
ary A. D. 1959. i titled (Circuit Court Seal)
Phone ID 7-3206 Bunnell, Florida (Official Seal) lation of By Audrey B. McKnight
RALPH E., HARBERT The Deputy C1Crk-
Clerk of said Circuit Court to reject I II. T. COOK.
Feb. 26 & Mar. 5-1-19-4tc waive any Citizens Bank Building.
Bevis Construction Co. Inc Bunnell. Florida .
: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE I I Attorney for Plaintiff .
CIKCUIT OF By *eb. 26 &
E\EVT JUDICIAL March 5-U-19-Uc 1 1IN II

NO. 3563 .

..... ... THE NAME OF THE STATE ROBERT Defendant ,
.--J'-......",:"_..-_-.-.-_a.a.....-.-a-a-.-.-.-.-_-.-.-.....r.".-"'. ..,:"..""-.1'-;' OF FLORIDA NOTICE TO DEFEND
I'I .TO; Eugene Ernest Branham : THE. STATE: OF FLORIDA .TO:
,FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT Whose place of residence Is THE Htevfcu James Kaminski
unknown to plaintiffYou 7 Willow Place
are hereby required ,to file '8132 Mount Vernon. New York
and serve ;your answer to the Bill I You ate hereby notified that a
AMBULANCE of Complaint filed herein againstyou You are suit has been filed against you In
... In' the above entitled cause on suit has the above entitled cause: and you
PHONE VAlley 4-1625 or before the 13th day of April. the above are hereby required to file ;your
SERVICE 1959. upon HI T. Cook. Esquire. are.hereby answer with the Clerk of this .
r;: ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA plaintiff's attorney herein. whose swer with Court and to serve a copy thereof
address Is Citizens Bank Building and to upon the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney -
Bunnell.'Florida. 'The Flagler Tri the whose name and address
: Never be hesitant about calling a. Garcia Ambulance, Wean bute" Is hereby designated as_ the whose. Is' .
newspaper in which this order shall 3. Ray Selden
always at your service ,with promptness safety and be published once a week for four 323, Selden Building
consecutive. weeks.HEREIN' Daytona Beach. Florida
r *xpeileocsw FAIL NOT OR A 'DE not later not ,later than March 27 A.D. 1959 ./
..' CREE PRO CONFESSO WILL BE If_ you If you fail to do to decree pro
ENTERED AGAINST .YOU. FOR confesso confesso will be entered against
? Equipped With. Oxygen Resusttator and.Inhalator SUCH FAILURE. you for'' you for the relief demanded In the
The nature of this suit Is a bill bill of bill of complaint. The nature of
for divorce. said suit said suit being for',divorce.and I
., Garcia Funeral' Horn WITNESS my hand and seal at custody nt minor children. *, custody -
| ,- ... Bunnell. Flagler County. Florida. WITNESS, my hand and seal of
i this 9th day of March.' 1959. said Court said Court, this 24th day of February ,
; P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director .. RALPH E. HARBERTAs A. D, 1$5 A. D. 1959.
Clerk Circuit Court Official "
(Official Seal) ,
LAD7' ASSISTANT : Flagler County. :Florida RALPH E. HARBERT
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Clerk of said
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HERLONG but until it passes the loopholeis I semblance to what Ave can *af-.a Born as a French fur-trading '...".'...."; .

SAYS- there. The fact that the interest ford, then we go hot-'roddhig, center in 1764, St. Louis becamethe a F. ALFORD
on these bonds is tax exempt along the dangerous road of Inflation crossroad of' America's westward Registered
Continued from 'pass 2) makes it harder for us to only to wind upin deep .VJ'o..V.1
expansion. Today it ranksas Real Estate
meet the deficit. In other words, sell our school bonds and legitimate trouble. The enactment of this the ;
inland the
port on
you are called on each""year tot municipal bonds, because type of program is the best wayto queen Bunnell. -

help pay the rent for these 'peo they don't have the government drive private enterprise out of Mississippi. ......".l'.............,r.....-........-. .....

ple. Many of them make as guarantee as' to principal and business. You and is I know that .................. .-........... .......... .......io.. ...'
much or,more money than manyof interest that the public housing private enterprise democracyin '

you do. On top of this thereis bonds carry. action.

a billion dollar subsidy' in this These undesiranle features of AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1 I

bill for the rich because-the: .
very the bill are so bad that I feel
l interest on these government ,confident the President will veto : 1 MMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmttmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm rnirmmmmmmiCirifmmmmmAUTO ......... ...............

guaranteed bonds, which pay it if it should 'pass. 'Sure, we I SERVICE BOAT SERVICE

for these projects, is, tax exempt.I need housing-we need a lot of "I 1 REMEMBER1BY

have introduced' a bill to things, but when all of these t BY THE' OLD TfdEtlSFrom !\ McDANIEL'S I ORMOND MARINANEW. ,

eliminate:this,huge:tax loophole, ,things are magnified out. of any Service Station COVERED boats on trailers STORAGEfor
. '
I Concrete
Bertha Clark, Pioneer,
Ohio: I remember when we lived Boats rebuilt & refinished
: W' onthe farm. Our farm home Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs !
wasloCated Gulf white gas & marine products
Saflili FLORIDA COUNTIES in the fertile region along Bunnell ID 7.7119 1618 John Anderson Dr. OH 7-2632
the St. Joseph River in Southern

night father mother and Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION
.J myself went to church in the one- Johnsorf Boat 'Basin
sI horse buggy. That was* during
I ?l1 those horse and buggy days over GULF'' TIRES' & BATTERIES
:!itt ; :
I' Rented week
fifty' ago. We had to days a
years cross Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days
.I COUNTY : .i the river to get to church. ,Live Bait--Launching Ramp
sin or mi wouos uutoar o:}.t j-: { t Upon returning from church State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Fishing Tackle
anus rtocuMNO KANT 1
County Seat, iZs# we found the river so high thatit 10 mL I!(. Flagler Beach on AlA )

was out of its banks, and the Colonial Service ,StationEARL
Dade CitySince Xf7 t h.tJ : water over the road and coveringall BOAT SHOP ,
the bridges. E. RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION

J We had four or five bridges to Largest and Most Complete r
J : I cross and most of them had no MOTOR TUNE-U
j Stock of Boats, Motors
'I side railings. In the darkness I GOODYEAR TIRES &BATTERIES
couldn't seem to see anything but U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL ,, Marine Supplies' in the AreaSt.

water, the shadows of a few Augustine VA'9-2764
trees and the dim outline of the

horse ahead.I Hall's Atlantic Station I CLEANERS "

was very frightened, and the Jack Hall, Proprietor
water seemed close to the buggy BUNNELL CLEANERS
I its beginning in 1887, Pasco County has box. But father trusted the horseto GASOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatterlesAccesories
become noted for diversified agriculture, citrus, take us ,through and nothing EVERY
t cattle and poultry. Rich in products, tradition happened. Under the protectionof ROAD SERVICE I SERVICE
and natural beauty, this citrus and cattle growing God's' care we reached home f Open Daily 8-5:30
region, dotted with lakes and rolling hills, has safely. 'I'BUNNELL Tel.,'ID 7-3652 Saturday.8-6:30
31 miles of almost undeveloped coastline ... a ., -*, .
Phone ID 7-3188
1 natural fishing paradise that also provides commercial From David Wesley, Hopkins,
Pasco ranks 2nd in JOE MORRIS 115 N. Bay St. -
t profits. egg production Michigan: My folks moved from
in Florida Counties.'County Seat Dade City I Wayland to Macelona in 1878 PURE OIL DRUG STORES

.. boasts the world's largest'citrus processing plant. (two years after I was born) and .
=: Each year, streams of tourists are attracted to we lived in.the forest two miles GASOILLUBRICATION* Anderson Store'
the annual Pasco Festival.In Drug
I : County Pasco and from what _is. ,now,.the city_ of I TIRES ACCESSORIES.. ,
progressive County, throughout -
Bellaire. We were there before Prescriptions
Open 7:30 'A.MT to 9 P.M.
Florida, the United States Brewers Foundation I
Bellaire was built, as I remember Sick Room Supplies
works constantly to assure the sale of beer FLAGLER BEACH
J and ale under pleasant, orderly conditions. Be:> them clearing off the ground. I Sundries .
lieving that strict law enforcement serves the best There was Intermediate River BUNNELL .
i interest of the people of Florida,the Foundation with a natural pond at the junction -'' J. L. Presswood Garage
stresses close'cooperation with the Armed Forces, of the .Cedar River and a
law enforcement and governing officials in its } ,fall of 10 feet for power. STANDARD PRODUCTS Thompson Pharmacy

t continuing "self-regulation" program.. Such fishing grayling trout, General Repairing-Road Service Your Health Is Wealth
pickerel pike muskies and mack- .
Visit Our Grocery DepartmentFor Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS
keNfujt"N; ''ctnsr4rUnited State BreicenFoundation inaws, a half-hour before sun- Frozen Foods and Staples
( ; down was enough for a mess of .
J f
,t a panfish and a million mosquito In Our Hands
BEVERAGE S FUrife IHvfah* bites. 141 W. Granada-Ormond 7.3676
t 303 If.Mote SiTMtOrUmJbrUrU
OF MODERATION rroONJ (Send e.ntrib Un> t.- this Iamn Sullivan's Gulf Service; FLORISTS
r t* The Old Timer, Commvidtr PreenSenle
*. Sex U.Frankfort,ntickr.) GULF J

I''t Beach Information IDlewooU 7-3348 .

"Specializing Clean Rest In Rooms"In Service and P.O. Box 3 Bunnell, Fla. .

.. The Heart of Flagler Beach Flowers For All Occasions

l '.' : .. '. .' ."'"- -, :. We accept orders for Delivery
.", );, :i-; : \, I :'" ..ii; ::: : WILSON SERVICE Anywhere in the U.S.A. -

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} =p. Potato Qrowers. : ,
Tilecraft Company"LET
US FLOOR YOU"Armstrong .

.y -5 : : South U.S. 1 Bunnell Flo. & Kentile
l Sold and InstalledAll
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l :. 'L<:/' .... a I AUTO REPAIRS I Work Guaranteed
Ormond Beach OR 7.3181
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Control .
: : Shield's Service Station
I Chester McKenzIe. Mechanic

Y : hard-to-kiiAPHIDS <; COMPLETE.AUTO REPAIRS I Margaret Givens

: Right Now We'll Overhaul and I i
Real Estate Broker
Repair Your Power MowerNo
: Notary PublicSpecializing '
f Job Too Big' Or Too Small .
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111 No. Bay St. Bunnell In

HEmlock 9-2035 .
Smitty's 66 Service Ken Mar :Motel-Flagler Beach
I. -Phone, HE 0-2321
: The Moat Complete Modern

ft .,_.'.. f'f FLAGLER Auto Service BEACH on WICKLINE .

': ': FA scoii. General Repairs-Wheel Balancing Building Supplies / ,
= ( Towing &' Wrecking

[(. ., <<. __ .., TV Stamps CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS
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.: t I Ijt Flagler Beach HE 9-2254


.ii. Top Prices Paid for Wrecked Cars SEASIDE MANOR

24-Hour Towing and Wrecking' GAY'S, PLACE '

.'' ., Service BEER ON TAP .
'\; U.S.1. South-ID 7.3557 or 7.34701 I BEER & WINE TO GO


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(;,:t..;', PAGE EIGHT. THE FLAGLEB TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, March 12, 1959
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I legislative session it might' be I you can write letters outliningyour Now is the time to make your t
Increased Use'Of I 1
well to consider some of,. the position. Letters to the wishes known. Do you want xst kg 1OT. -

problems it will have .to face press concerning legislative probe segregated, schools? Should the ., 1sII .
:: Cement InState and be giving some thought to lems always carry weight. All Legislature authorize cities to
what, we as individual citizens of us have our little circle of add a cent or two to the gas
t :( Is Shown I really want it to accomplish. friends and neighbors who. respect tax? Should the sales tax be ( OATMV HOUES

I You may feel, as many folks, our opinions and can be increased? Should the price of I WATCH THE MONEY..
: Florida's construction ,industry do, that what'you think or want* influenced to join in an appealfor milk be regulated? Should some S
f utilized 11,397,000 barrels of domestic I as an indiviual citizen is of lit or against legislative action.A departments, of state government itirpAc- ;
cement last and tle far the be enlarged and others
.') year consequence as as
tiny match tossed: in the
:;: some 4 million more of imported final outcome is concerned. How brush can start a great forest I curtailed?, Are you willing to
" types. could one small voice have any pay more taxes to maintain and
fire start a chain reaction -I fi"it
r Because of heavier construction influence as far as legislative expand present services? Theseare
' that will spread like wild
r especially road building, action is concerned? just a few of the questionsyou
fire until thousands of letters,
. ':. consumption' of cement in the It' may not occur to you that telegrams .and. personal appeals should be thinking about. 1t
i;v.: state jumped 15 per cent during many thousands 0 f citizens reach legislators when a major Remember your representatives -
:.: t. the year. This is the largest throughout the, state feel as you piece of legislation is under con and senators in Tallahassee -
; gain in some time and is about do but not being organized they sideration. are there to voice your opinions .
}" double the national figure, the hesitate to voice their opinionsor and act for your welfare. ,
f '. Florida State Chamber of Commerce make their wants known. The average legislator will Most of them are honest, sincere iiTh

t. said yesterday. This attitude is unfair to your welcome your help. He is thereto and anxious to do a good job. .I
,, ,' As a user of cement, Florida legislators and plays into the serve, you and he needs your Take them into your confidence, USUAU.V GOING- our
' has ranked near the top, either hands of pressure groups, lobbyists interest and support. He is Under give,.them your trust and support w1NE'cw OR Pc'Wt'JThEPRNN
6 eighth or ninth, in recent years. and minorities that are constant pressure. He must Avoid purely selfish appeals !
$ Five years ago it used 2.7 per well organized end on the spot contend with powerful lobbies keep in mind the great.
J.. cent of national consumption prepared to put over the legislation that harass and stalk himthroughout" est good to the greatest number.
and 3.7 per cent 'last year. In they are selfishly InterestedIn the session. Let him Think of the welfare of your

;L: addition to portland cement volume or ,prevent action that mightbe know that a large,number of his state as a whole. ,
r 1,023,000( barrels of prepared harmful 'to them. constituents favor or oppose certain Your legislators are men of J

r masonry cements were There are, many ways an Individual legislation and arm him character ability. Give them I
:. used by builders in the state for can influence legisla- with letters and telegrams to your backing in their efforts to

I :finishing purposes, up 11 per. tion. You can talk to your senator prove it and you can, rest assured do the"best job possible for your
y', .cent over '1957. or representative acquaintIng he will put up a real state and you can count on their
'" Other details on constructionIn him with just how you feel, fight in your behalf in com- doing It.
Florida out ,in
are brought -
'., this week's business review.. off I- S .. .
: ".. the State Chamber's research FOR

f. and industrial division. Because CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. Prompt Dependable CourteousHITHERM
h of the slowing up of home
": building, employment in contract H. CRAIG. Funeral Director I I

I. construction was slightly JOHN HABDIN Associate GAS SERVICESEE
;' below' 1957, averaging last year
;. at 116,400 employees. During AIR LADYATTENDANT OXYGEN

; '' only four months, January, August CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED HARRIS APPLIANCESPhone
\, July and December was AMBULANCES
? employment at all above the ID 7-3551 Bunnell

;... same months of 1957. Phone ID 7-3532 Countywide Delivery Service '

jK. Building permits issued for GAS CYLINDERS GAS APPLIANCES
$ dwelling units monthly 2 percent 1 __ ____ ____ ____n_ __ ____ _____ t.
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> above 1957. Previous an-
.nual gains have been appreciably .
;: more. However, a significant

.1;i .' ,up trend waS shown toward ;,, 5,, # ,
+ .
the end of last S-
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t. To Classify

; .' BY Russell Kerr I *

: With the approac of another 5"
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: A BUNNELL \ *%Jc'C (

,:v. :G) LODGE No. 200 PC %o ,. wj' .

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Meets First and TI 1d.Tuesday t

Dean M. Peterson W. M. :f ; : S : I

JOHN A. CLEGG. Secy. .
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JtatIgs ud.r tbta beadlag an
3 ecmta per word each 1JuIuUe..
BO ccttta la minimum eJaarse
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'.' TOR BENT-2 Bedroom furnish. .'

,(:5. ed 9-2318 house or See with E.garage.-Chaff. Phone 3-9-tf HE S '" ::5 Tough-built Chevy truck bulls its way. '

FOR SALE-Mattresses for laborS ':, )j

1"S for camp rent.for Phone sale JD and 73664.labor 3-12-tf.campy deep into the woods for mammoth loads ::,ct'

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S FOR SALE-Okra Seed. IDlewood r
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73664. 2-26-tfc This big Series 60 Chevy bulls Us way as far way these toughies hold up; the way; they wade :'; .

!: \ INCOME TAX RETURNS as 8 miles into the Louisiana woods, fights over right in, take' their lumps, yet stay in shape. -.' .
Today, It s grit that Chevy's showing the trucking J. :
ED BIELEJESKI ruts and then grinds backout
t t:: jagged stumps industry. Real toughness that pays off in job-
., Income Tax Consultant S with towering loads of logs The Sabinelumber after-job dependability in ability to get workS .

% .'. 1 mile west of Bunnell. Company attests, to,the truck's ability done',at least expense. You can mat h Chevy muscleS :-
i K::. Highway' 100. to take it: "Chevrolet'makes the best truck for against any tough lightmedium- or heavy-duty -; r.
Phone ID 7-3307 1-1-tfc S our type S of operation." ,job and know you've.got it beat! ;S >.-(: 5.
Your Chevrolet dealer's ready right to meet .- -.' -
S FOR RENT-At Flagler Beach now -. 'f. ; S
3 bedroom unfurnished house. ;, Out where: a truck,is known for the beating it can your special work requirements. Stop by and see ",p-.
.i See Harold Massle at Flagler take, Chevy's making friends fast. Truckers like the him soon. .,'-- '1'

I' :: Beach.JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER' 11.2Y-U job's too .tough, for a Chevrolet trnckbz1! 7 :' />' {

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Office Phone 'HE' 9.2032 *% ,'
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