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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: March 19, 1959
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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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
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME. 47, .NO. 10 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1959 $2.50 A YEAR .

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4-H Club Boys I Bunnell School.Receives MERCER WARNS OF 1 1TAXDEAnLINEDATE I Cattlemen'Asked To Participate



Contest ApprovalFor County Tax,Collector J J. F, Mercer I
:SpeechSet ;
AidBunnell reminds pounty taxpayers In Statewide Brucellosis Program'Davis .

Science that the deadline for paying .

For MondayHow High School has received their county taxes without penalty I -
is April 1. humansget Undulant Fever.A .
I I I the state approval for the Funeral
women I became in leter to all cattlemen of
many do' you National Education 'act for the The 1958 taxes ,due
know who seem unable to standup enrichment of the science !November and,, a discount offered the county written by Lyman

.and make a short speech to gram in the school, Supt. Z.pro-D. I each month November to Held TuesdayAt Gage, as chairman of the Brucel

-a group of people? Several, we Holland said today.( The reguest March for paying the taxes. All losis Committee of the Flagler

would bet. That bring up the I I i{for approval of facilities and equipment I I taxes become delinquent April 1 EspanolaBenjamin County Cattlemen's Association,

training 4-H Club boys are getting I for teaching in the elementary -I and a 3 per cent penalty will is self explanatory. Here is the
I! be to the.tax after letter:
along this line. charged amount
I and junior high school F. Davis of Bunnell

Next ,Monday, at 7:30,_ in the I was made and the school then. r died early Sunday morning in "Dear Cattle Owners: '
courthouse: number of boys in re-I I I
ceived II state approval, on the local hospital following a "A public meeting was held
the 4-H Club will participate ]I ruary 26. They received a check brief Illness He' suffered a
I I I II I in the Court House at Bunnellon
in their speaking .contest, Howard I r for 2500.00 on March 2. tII stroke on Wednesday of last
J i March 11th, and was attended
Rosary TonightFor -
Taylor agricultural agent I Flagler County 'was one of week.
I I by a large number of our
.said today. I II the first twenty.tour.counties Uncle Benny, as he was knownto local cattlemen, several veter-

Taylor said that' Tommy Prather in the state to receive the approval -: Mrs. SygitAt his many friends was 85'years inarians, our' county health

of Nassau County, who was I .and ,money. The amount of age and had been a life long doctor our state senator and our
the state winner' in 4-H Club received is based the number St.
on
Craig Chapel resident of the Flagler- Johns state representative."After .
speaking last year, will give of pupils in the school. County section.A .
his winning speech at the meet- thorough discussion, it
State Supt. Bailey said, "Flagler graveside funeral service -
ing Monday' evening. Tommy I Mrs. Stella Sygit of Korona was thought L/ the cattlemen
County is to be complimented I was held at the Espanola Cemetery -
is only 15 years old, and his died in the State Hospital Sat-' present that it would be wise to
onIts effort. If
planning afternoon at
speech should be an inspiration I urday following a long illness.1 I on Tuesday request the State'Livestock Boardto
appears that needs have been two o'clock with Rev. Wesley
to club ,boys and, for that 'mat Mrs. Sygit was a native of test all Flagler cattle for
made with the help of appropriate Wilder, pastor: of the First Methodist -
ter, to many of us. Poland, and had resided in Ko-[ Brucellosis (commonly called
staff personnel towards i Church of Bunnell offici
, The public is invited to attend, meeting these'needs.." rona for about 11 years. She Bangs Disease) in an effort to
ating. Garcia Funeral Home of
was 65 old. establish this county as a certified -
Mr. Taylor said.School years I II
"Flagler. County has enjoyed x St. Augustine was in charge of
The Rosary will be said at 7 Brucellosis free area.
f admirable development. in recent o'clock tonight (Thursday) at the I I.I arrangements.. You have probably learned in
I of its all Instructional
years over PallbearerS
.Chapel of Craig Funeral: _Home. were ,Clyde Lewis. the last two years that the Florida -
program. The review committee II. Edmonson Buckles Bert
Annual : I Zip Roy ,
201 E. Moody Blvd. Graveside Livestock Board was in the
r feels that its plans for' Harding, Dewey Moody, .and Z.
I funeral services will be at 9 o'- process of testing every countyin
'. Implementation of Title III will D. Holland.
Goes To Press I clock Friday morning, ,at St. Florida for this disease. To
J I make a ,significant contribution Survivors include six cousins,
Mary's Cemetery at Korona. I date, they have tested nearly a
i to this development. Mrs Daisy Buckles, ,Mrs. Nita
.. (By Beverly ,Gies) Survivors include two brothers, three-county-deep area south of
I. I ITri Casimii Rychlicki of Inskter, I Akins, and Mrs.' Grace Kinney, the state line. For Flagler
i The final of the Bunnell Bunnell Mrs Jane Williams
copy ( Mich., and Anthony Rychlicki of I I ; ; County to be tested, a petition
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School) 1959 annual ,to East .Palatka Lee Davis Floral
sent
was : ; ,
-Hi'Y -Members I Poland. Also five neices and must be signed by 75% of the
r. the printer last week. City;' and Harry Davis Citra.Bunnell .
nephews, Mrs. Anna Kucher, Joe cattle owners and they must own
There'are only a: limited number Attend*J utkMeeHTa1lah .and.John-Rychlicki of ,Dearborn. : -- 51%'or more of the.cattle. I understand .
'*- ofcopies'av N'a6iacsaIe. :::- ; .
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:Mich.; Casimii and Mary Ann that .about'-15 counties

.. To assure yourself of a copy, get In see \ .. I Rychlicki of Inskter. ,BandSweeps in north ,Florida have been com-
order
by contactingany
In'today
your Local arrangements are under pleted testing (theoretically every -
member of the senior class. (By Betty Revels) i I'I'i
direction of Craig-Funeral Home. >> HonorsAtDistrict cow in the respective countywas
:There are over 200 general pictures I The second YMCA Youth t tested.)
of the elementary and the
Legislature got ,underway offici I! "I would like to emphasizethat
high school activities that have Meet
ally on March 13 in Tallahassee. this, testing is done at no
occurred during the Will Get You
past
year. The main purpose of this 1 I cost or expense to the owner;
There are individual pictures of youth legislature is to ,further I .. '.. The Bunnell School Band however, the owner is expectedto
each student in high school and Tickets For
honors at the District Con-
acquaint us with our government swept pen his cattle and furnishthe
group' pictures of each section, of and to- instill in us the Import- test,held in Starke last weekend, 'labor needed for working the

the elementary grades. The I I ance of, Christian leadership in I FloridaGames receiving'srtaight- "superior" rat- cattle. By cooperative arrange-

t Football team and the Girl's and government. ings in performances in the ments, either local private, Florida -
the Basketball R.v.. Deen, 'Jr., who has in
Boy's teams have
individual action pictures. "At:a banquet Saturday eve I I the past 'secured 'tickets to football Class 'C Division. Livestock Board or U. S. D. A.

ning Gov. LeRoy Collins said the Uni- I Receiving superior ratings veterinarians may do the test- *
Each club has been allotted games played by
.
"Our government is like our I I versity of Florida for a numberof qualifies Bunnell's "Biggest, Little ing for you.
in the .
generous space annual.Girl's home, we live in it so it's our said that he I Band in Dixie" to enter the "If, after testing, an animalis
people, today
and'Boy's State Miss Bun I
nell !I place to keep it clean." He also will be glad to secure season State, Contest to beheld in Daytona found'to' be diseased and must
High, and
Homecoming are I I Beach April 30-May 2. be total
emphasized the importance of tickets or for individual gamesif slaughtered a indenmityof
featured.We I
our learning more about our I one will let him know. The band presented a concert $25.00 will be paid for grades
feel that will be well
you of three numbers, had a test on wilt'be
government because someday' and $3750 paid for re-
pleased with this year's "Pinea." Mr. Deen said that tickets are j I
we, as the young people of Florida sight reading, and gave a field gistered'animals' (by the State
not easily secured at late dates, I
The Typing II class under the
,
will be running it. certain but if show of precision marching. of Florida and the U. S. D.: A.).
or near ,
supervision of Mr. Theo. C. Hein games
The point of Christian Leadership anyone will let him know now Several e-f the band members Of course, you would be permitted -
was responsible for the I.
produc- in also gave several ensembles consisting ,
government was greatly to .sell the diseased animel
tion of the annual. The editoris what they want ,for the next
stressed through the entire session of quartet,' trio' and solo for slaughter and this idenmity \
will be
: season he glad to help
Lana McCabe, her assistant is :
numbers which also received. the is paid in addItion'to what you
them out.
Melinda DuPont. Sammie Whit- Ken of Jacksonville rating of superior.Idlewood would receive .
Kelly who for slaughter."Our
aker is the business Mr. Deen is a member of, the
manager was elected Governor, was local Cattlemen's As-
and her assistant is pre- "Boosters' Club" of the. University -
Ctanish. Celestine sented with a pair of Florida and has been accomodating And .. I'sociation, has appointed me as

cufflinks along with a gold cup. friends in securing tickets, but chairman of the Brucellosis Eradication -

Our district was honored by cannot do so unless he has Sevillian Clubs Committee" and it is

having the Governor, Speaker of time before the season opens.. my responsibility to see that

ReorganizationOf the House, Jim Prosser, senate Play Basketball cattle owners are urged to sign

doorkeeper, Mike Carter, and the the petition and secure this test-

VFW Here two outstanding statesmen, all Honor Roll For r The,,Idlewood ,Club 'of Bunnell ing. I feel that by signing up

from District' 2. I Flagler Beach School will ,play basketball Tuesday now, while it is on a voluntary

Our House Bill was the first night in Seville against the Se basis, we can have our cattle

Is UnderwayA to have the rules waived and' be I Third Grade; Eleanor Shill, villian Club, Mrs. Pat' Cowart tested pretty much on our own

.It. moved up on the calendar to be'I Tommy Duncan, Patty RobbIe.I said "today.Both terms and at your convenience."I .

meeting was held at the discussed before the House I Cynthia. McCrapey, and JoAnn clubs are civic and social therefore urge you to sign

1> court house last Wednesday I am sure myself, Orveline Wilson. clubs and they plan to playa the petition card and return it

night in interest of reorganizing Turpen, ,Judy Lewis, and our Fourth Grade; Linda Skolar benefit game in Seville and Bun at your earliest convenience, so

1.J: the VJ.W. Chapter. here.Twentyflve sponsor Miss Sonya Sweat, will Dennis Clay, Johnnie Ruth Miller I nell. The Bunnell date, will be that, we may get. started on the

prospective members agree that we had a wonderful and Arthur McDaniel I announced later. testing program."It .

a signed the application for and'Inspiring. weekend. Fifth Grade; Kay Weaver, The major project of each dub is my desire to work with
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a charter. Wilfred Hunter was -j' ".. Stuart Rockett, and Marilyn is sponsoring a playground' in all cattle owners in every way

,1 named 'tempOrary commander McNab. their, communities' possible. There are some who

: and, Harold Higginbotham was ATTENDS STATEF. Sixth Grade; Charlotte Hodges, In the club lineup from Bun' wish ,to start testing Immediately -

named temporary quartermaster.Mr. Chryl Skolar, .Kandyce Lovell, I nell will be Pat Cowart, Louise while others wish to defer

Higginbotham said those .,,E. A. MEETINGCounty Wayne Hogeboomr; and Sandra I Harris. Gwen,McGriff MargaretAnn testing until all cows have

who are interested in joining Supt. Z. D Holland Tennant., Shelton, Myrna 'Knight, calved'and test toward the end

the, chapter, as charter members Mrs.. Holland,;Mrs: Myrtle Cock- -4 VIrginia' Kiwali, Peggy King, of the program.

should 'contact either: he, Mr. man, and Mrs. Ema Murray' left Thirteen pieces ,in a ""baker's pail Kelley, and Naomi Rodgers. "if' there are any questions

Hunter, or Raymond, 'Smith. Wednesday morning for Tampato dozen" originated when King I r you wish ot ask or if I can be

The.nejrt meeting date will be attend the Florida Education bakers Davy Jones' is the popular ,of help to you In any way, .

1 announced,after.'they receive.the Association's convention in sea: gave I name of sailors-for an evil sea please call me at HEmlock.

application for charter. sion there. I that they would be beheaded. spirit or they:devil generally., 9-2088." ,
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PAGE'TWO i- .THE. _FLAGLER; TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA '. Thursday, March 19_ 1959
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I I Mr. and, Mrs. Elliot Gallagerand Generals Lee and Grant foughton I Shaving was originally a pro
IaL&cJ sons, Douglas, and Gregoryof the same side in the Mexican tective measure since long

Menden, Conn., were recent War."Veto". beards were easy for opponentsin

guests of Mrs. Gallager's parentsMr. I combat to seize.jRubber. .
o J and Mrs. Frank Schwenk and
comes from Latin mean.
BABBITT her uncle Theodore H. Weberof -
ing "I forbid."
Telephone HEmlock 9-2098 Flagler Beach. Mr. andl Mrs. Stamps
Schwenk and Mr. Weber will 1
FLAGLER WOMANS CLUB Miss Catherine Porte from spend the summer at'their homeIn REFINANCE TOUR, DEBTS

Mrs. Harold Massie presided Jacksonville spent the weekend New Hampshire.Mr. With a \Long" Term .

during the business meeting of here with her parents, Mr. and
FEDERAL LAND BANK
the Flagler Woman's Club Wed Mrs. :Max Porte. and Mrs. Aubery Spivey

nesday afternoon' and the host motored to Miami during the FARM LOAN

esses were Mrs. E. H. Thread- Sgt James Leggett was here weekend to visit with relatives.Mr. H. W. BRYAN

gill, Mrs. Rudolph Peterson and Friday visiting with his grand Production: Credit Assn.

Mrs. Arthur Babbitt. ,Mr. and Mrs. John Dur-
parents and Mrs. George Allard PALATKA FLORIDAWednesday10:00
Civil Defense '
of
A program rance. James is on furlough were business visitors in Palatka ARTHUR T. PERRY
Director Raymond .
with County from Aberdeen Proving Groundsin Monday.Mr. .
Smith, Judge Duane Deen and Maryland. .

Byron Hinson, Science Teach of -. .-
Bunnell High School. as speakers.A I I and Mrs. 'Fred Fruits and The Bible Says: '
food sale was announced : son attended the Roger Wiliams

for March, 28 at the Flagler EASY Concert Peabody AuditoriumIn (Jesusfor if ye believe not a u4 :r

Beach Post Office at nine o'clock. Daytona Beach Saturday eve-
that I am he, ye shalldie in
Also announced advance ticket .DOES ning. They'were accompanied by PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US
sales for a spaghetti'supper for Miss Carolyn Williams. your sins. (John 8:24 b)
MANY STYLES AND SIZES
March 19 at the Club house. :"IT"

Mrs. K. N. Given gave a report ... Charles Northrip from University Listen"HEROLD Prompt Service
on the ten hour first aid course o lT..E1f71MLt of Florida stopped over "
which will be offered soon. The I here on his way to spend the OF TROTH"Over I
HEAVY aluminum ton such a* The Flagler Tribune
door prize was won by Mrs. May for pie plates'is now weekend in Cocoa with his WPDQ, 600 KC at 8:30 a.m. I '

Hendren.Mrs. being made in sizes to fit burners mother Mrs Robert Burnsed. SUNDAY Phone IDlewood 7-3282

Reynolds Hoover gave a on gas and electric ranges. They; BunnelL Florida
devotional on Easter. She was will catch all the drips and rinse

assisted by Mrs. Jasper White, I off easily under running water to To
. make it easy to keep the range, AvoidA *
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Mrs. Ann Batten, and Mrs. Alice I clean. & a IK1M -

Lovell. They did a pantomine I Put gliders on your kitchen

while the voice of Mrs. Betty 'I chairs and table, especially fl.I Penalty of
Schultz.was heard singing "Were

My You Lord There" When. They Crucified I'I This Seafood Week's on.Noodles Recipe 3% On LW -

(Serves 4)

Friends of Mrs. Chester ,,Mont-- 1 10-ounce can frozen, creamof 1958 City Taxes MUsic
SAT. SAT.
shrimp soup
gomery will be interested to : 1
1 12-ounce package frozen
know that she has undergone The Surf Riders
scallops .. ,'
Must Be Paid .
surgery at the St. Vincent's Hos 1 10-ounce( package frozen peas I I.
pital in Jacksonville this week. Mi cup milk I
Music '.
1 ,canned pimiento, sliced 1 1959 Dancing & .. : ..,'
Mr. and Mrs. John Par jeski 2 3-ounce can Chinese noodles By April 9P.M.tol:30A.M.

are staying in their home on Combine Ingredients ex- .
Central,Avenue until May ,when cept poodles ,in saucepan. Town Of Plenty of Parking
Cook stirring frequently, over MARK ROSE Jit, Your HostFlagler ;
they ,will return to their homein ,
low heat about 10 minutes.
Schenectady, N. Y., Mrs. Par- Serve over.a bed of noodles. Fligler Beach Beach On Ocean Shore Blvd. AlA.

jeski will be remembered as the .

former Mrs. Anna Roy. they have sharp edges, to protect -4., :-..:,......:.........
-Yo from scratching the floor surface
Mr. and Mrs. Al Jones have and to cut down noise.

received word that their son in Water does not add to the beauty NO OTHER PICKUP ..
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. of any floor. When you do'need I
I to''use it for removing dirt. .
Ben Savoia, Jr., of Gainesville, use oRODC LIKE
as sparingly as possible.
Florida have born I o o I
a new son on White organdie which has lost
February 15th in the Alachua some of its original stiffness '
A 59 FORD
General Hospital there. He 'was should have salt added to' the

named Enrico Benjamin and final rinse water, to help restore
You get the smoothest ride of
will be called "Ricky." some of it.
'
If your sponges' have. soured any half-ton pickup, thanks to .
I rub cut lemon Into them and let Ford's heavy-duty, twostagerear .
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Thread. '
them. stand, then rinse thoroughly springs and long. tapered : J '
gill motored to Eau Gallie 'on I and dry in the sun to restore. leaf front springs. Scientific
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business Thursday. their freshness.
Impact-O-Graph tests prove you
Dishes in which eggs have been get the easiest ride!
Mr. and Mrs. Howard H. Fran.. mixed need not be difficult to 27 Ford Pickups for'591 Choice of 3 wheelbases,
family' clean if you rinse them promptly 3 body styles,4 body sizes and 5 Short Stroke engines. '
cis and from Orlando
In cold water after using. Thisis
were weekend 'visitors here in especially true of utensils, too, I OO {YJY1rn@E LIKE "
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the Long Cottage"on South Daytona like eggbeaters.Start ,.";',
Avenue. collecting prizes for par- ;
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ties at any time you bargains. h '"
The' low-priced favorites still
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; Miss'Mary Furrer ot Daytona are the best and these include Big 8-ft Styleside box gives you -. .......... .........
\..; 'Beach spent Tuesday here visit-I packs of crayons, whistles balls 70 cu. ft. loadspace with the :. J
" ing with Mrs, ,Agnes Lee. ;: and balloons., structural strength you need for : .

' .' -. -.r heavy hauls. And you've got -
l the only Short Stroke Six in x

BAFFLES pickups today plus a new economy -: s ,
: I THE Mahoney t tr. carburetor. Result: the f '

combination .Ford StyIesIde
greatest gas-saving
,; has
wrap-around rear
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the road and it's at
. :' on yours corners with rigid box-
t'',", AND YOU'FE COMING VESBILLY. FT DOES) A FATHERS HEART no extra costl! girder type construction. .
, HOME) AT THE REGULARTMEDADTGEEHURK Itt.5EE GOOD TO KNOW YOUR "
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UP.JUST CAN'T 5OtLOCK. OF-'IQ).
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pasture mud, sand, underbrush (

nothing stops a Ford 4 x 4.
} 4 titiS S11 is I,
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.' Thursday, :March399.: ; ., THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, :BUNNELL, 'FLORIDA PAGE THREE

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r I II are affected. I I that, WE as individlals are in I I Wedding 'rings are placed on 1.- -;: ---

: Too Late While you may have a ,stock any way responsible. WE have i the. third finger'of the left hand 0. ALFORDRegistered
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certificate certifying that you watched unhealthy conditions
because of an old Egyptian belief
are a ,stockholder in the United develop, nationally and inter, Real Estate Broker I!
To that from that
Classify States Company and Its affiliate nationally. 'WE have seen the a nerve ran

; the' State of Florida, you are racketeers take over, crime and finger to.the heart. BunnelL Florida
By Russell Kerr .
I nevertheless possessor of a fin Juvenile deliquency mount, accidents VftfWWtfyWVVWWUWWViAREA .

Governmental operations are ancial interest in the,'organization and traffic fatalities increase I........... .._.. .. __............................
the communism infiltrate, "" """ """
so gigantic'and machineryit
and have a voice in its '
,operates so intricate that it is management.Your and are content to place all the 'I I
beyond the imaginative,capacity voice is as important and I blame on somebody else. We BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO

of the average person to grasp carries as, much weight as that say it is terrible and THEY oughtto
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even a vague idea of. a its varied of any other individual stockholder do something about it. I' .....,.............--..-.-..-...-..'tl"-------,.............a

operations. and( your'vote' helps elect THEY hold meetings in Wash SERVICE I BOAT SERVICE -

Most of us fail to appreciate the Board' of Directors for man ington every day and THEY .operate -
the fact that as "Individual agement.WE from thousands of offices' McDANIEL'S I ORMOND MARINANEW

citizen of the state' and nation, are facing many problems throughout the land and their Service Station COVERED trailers STORAGE
i iI for boats on
we area, part of the machineryand today that THEY cannot solve every action you authorized Concrete.,Ramp .
directly" affected'by' its',op- without help and ,.WE should through the men and women you I STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS ; MARINE WAYS-EXPERT REPAIRS

erations. Consequently, 'we are!I'think of these problems,in termsof selected to represent you in the Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs ; Boats rebuilt & reflnlshed
I' and in State Gulf white gas & marine product
inclined to alienate ourselves WE instead of THEY. Never Congress Legisla
Bunnell ID 7-7119 1618 John Anderson Dr. OK 7-26S1
. and in speaking of governmental I lin the history of the nation have tures. You also had somethingto

activities we use the term "they" 'THEY needed our help as much say in the selection of the BOATS AND MOTORS
instead of "we. II as now. I I president, vice president district Biddle Gulf Service

THEY build our' roads, op- Through the years our indifference governors and others, the policy GASOILLUBRICATIONGULF Johnson's Boat Basin

erate our schools, ,maintain the and lack of interest and makers who are responsible for 'BOATS & MOTORS
TIRES
& BATTERIESOpen
armed forces for the has contrib- general operations.
care aged cooperation directly Rented 7 days a week
and the dependent and do count- uted to the situation WE face ;}I You pay their salaries and the 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days Live Bait-Launching Ramp

less other things. Some of these :,today. Many of us were not salaries and expenses of the vast State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Fishing Tackle

activities we approve and praise;I I I even interested. enough to vote I I throng of people who have"someI 10 mi. N. Flagler Beach on A1A

otherswe oppose and when elections were held. I I part in the operation of the juggernaut Colonial Service StationEARL ,

depending primarily denounce'l I I WE deplore' the situation now we .call government.Your E. RICE, -Proprietor BOAT SHOP
personally feel that our interests but fail to understand or feel I dividends on the heavy investment GASOILLUBRICATIONMOTOR
and Most Complete
Largest
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you make comes, to TUNE-UP
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you in the form of roads, schools, Stock of 'Boats, Motors
GOODYEAR
TIRES & BATTERIES
How Well Do You Know Your America? I.conservation of national re u.s. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL Marine Supplies in the Area

sources old age security, aid to St. Augustine-Ph. VA 9-2764
the dependent, and in many,
many other ways. Hall's Atlantic StationJack CLEANERS\

r You scream that these dividends Hall, Proprietor

are too small you are I GAS- ILSLUBRICATIONTlresBatterlesAcceorles BUNNELL CLEANERS

too small, you are not getting EVERY CLEANING
the returns you should get. You : I SERVICE

I want more this and more that I II' ROAD SERVICE Open Daily 8-5:30
:k;.t'',4+ j 4 Ndt's'n3a, j k.'a3 and ]better something else. In BUNNELL Tel. ID 7-3652 Saturday 8-6:30

an effort to please you your of- Phone ID 7-3188

ficers and directors overspendthe JOE MORRISPURE 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell
w D Wai P:" !.Yw;
E' ':aYa"::.' :fit budget .and then they must OIL DRUG STORES
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. call on you for more and more
a .ia "
3 money to meet the bills. Round I GASOILLUBRICATIONTIRES Anderson Drug Store ;
and round it goes and where it ACCESSORIES

_- stops nobody knows, and YOU, I Open 7:30 A.M. to 9 P.M. Prescriptions

(' Mr. Citizen, are the_ only one FLAGLER BEACH Sick Room Supplies"Sundries .
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4, who can do anything about it. -
h.hi Take an interest in government, BUNNELL
J. L. Presswood Garage
become part of,it, make known
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:: 6 : : your wishes .and if you voice is STANDARD PRODUCTS Thompson PharmacyYour

i I magnified by Those or your fel- General Repairing-Road Service! Health Is Wealth

: low citizens the kind of a coun- fisit Our Grocery DepartmentFor Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS

try you really want in your Frozen_Foods and Staples
heart will materialize. FLAGLER BEACH In Our Hands

Demonology is the study of 141 W. Granada-Ont1ond; 7-367'

> d- ., evil spirit Sullivan's Gulf Service FLORISTS

GULF ..
GASOILSLUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSORIES Blacks Flower ShopPhone

Beach Information IDlewocJ 7-3348

"Specializing Service and P.O. Box 3 Bunnell, Fla. ,
Clean Rest Rooms"In
Test your knowledge your guessing ability. See how far you
OBEYthat The Heart of Beach Flowers For All Occasions .
Flagler
must read before the
you can Identify ,city In which the monument .
shown above is located. We accept'orders for Delivery

The monument above, honors one of our nation's great soldiers WILSON' SERVICE. Anywhere in the U.S.A.FLOOR .
and first PresidentThe _
inscription on the monument reads: "To George Washingtonfrom I STATION COVERING .
the State of Maryland. impulse RICHFIELD PRODUCTS I
t The monument is one of the outstanding tourist attractions of a city Tilecraft Company"LET
which also' boasts the Edgar Allah Poe House where the author CHANT WILSON. Owner US FLOOR YOU"' '
lived from 183235. Here also is,Johns.Hopkins University. Call that special someone
South U.S. 1 Bunnell- Fla. Armstrong & Kenuru-
Distance. It's
The city: Baltimore.. .. Long so
Sold and Installed *
And station-to-
easy.station rates are low. AUTO REPAIRS All Work 'Guaranteed ;
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So why wait? Phone.

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.. PAGE ,:FOUR THE FLAGLER
TRIBUNE BUNNELL FLORIDA
Thursday, March 19, 1959
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'Give 'Bl ssoms' Good |putting aspirin in the water IN THE CIRCUIT COURT' OF- NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF

tends to reduce the life of many Ii FLAGLER CHANCERY COUNTY NO., 3888 FLORIDA.IN LEGISLATION FOR ENACTMENT CONCERNINGTOWN OF SPECIAL I FLAGLER CHANCERY COUNTY NO. 38-13-FLORIDA Il'(

flowers, including carnations, GLORIA WIEDENKELLER. OF FLAGLER BEACH. ESSIE L. KELLEY, ,
'Handling To Prolong Plaintiff FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA. Plaintiff.

chrysanthemums, snapdragons, WIEDENKELLER: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that vs.
GORDON J. I the undersigned will apply to the SAM S. KELLEY
Life of Cut Flowers roses and gladiolus. "Adding Defendant. Florida Legislature at its regular Defendant.

sugar," say the specialist, 'Vioes NOTICE TO DEFEND session in 1959. for passage of cer- NOTICE TO DEFEND
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: tain special legislation which spe-
Several important factors affect prolong the life of some flowers, Gordon J. Wledenkeller cial legislation shall have for its THE Sam STATE S. Kelley OF FLORIDA. TO:

the life of cut flowers, saysS. but this benefit is offset by the 'Huntington 18 West Carver, New Street York purpose The extension the following of the: corporate You Address Unknown

A. Rose, assistant ornamental rapid stagnation of the water You are hereby notified that in a limits of the Town of Flagler suit has are been hereby filed notified against that you in a
suit has been flied'against you
Beach. Flagler County, Florida
horticulturist with the Florida and its unpleasant odor." the above entitled cause; and you changing the boundaries from the the above entitled cause; and you
are
hereby
file
required to
Agricultural Extension Service. Rose recommends cutting flowers are hereby with the required Clerk to of file this your Court.answer corporate to the following'limits as description they now: exist, answer with the ,Clerk of your this

'The, life, expectancy is affected that have just begun to land to serve a copy thereof upon Beginning at the QuarterSection Court upon the and plaintiff to serve or a plaintiffs copy thereof attorney -
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney Corner the North Line of
by the variety of flower, ma- open, removing lower leaves I whose name and address is: Section Eleven on (11). same being Is: whose name and address

turity of the flower when picked which would rest within the Samuel. O. Box V. HolchP. 471 Northeast the Northwest Quarter corner of said of Sec-the Donald E. Buck

handling of the flower, the | vase, making sure the vase ,is East Palatka. Florida tion Eleven (11). Township St.Exchange Augustine Bank Floridanot Building
not later than April 20th A. D. 1959.
kind of water used cleah and keeping the flowers Twelve (12) South. Range Thir- later than March 27th A. D.
amount and If you fail to do so. decree pro ty-one (31) East thence East 1959.

number of flowers in a container as cool as possible and away you confesso for the will relief be demanded entered against in the I I the along aforesaid the North Section boundary Eleven of '. If you fail to do so. decree pro

temperature, and other conditions from heaters and direct sunlight. bill complaint.' The nature of (11), to the Northeast corner of confesso you for the will relief be demanded entered against in the
said suit being for divorce. said Section thence continuing (
under which bill of complaint. The nature of
they are WITNESS hand and seal of
my along the North boundary of said suit being for divorce.
rI 1 said Court this 12th day of March
Section. Twelve (12). Township
kept WITNESS
my hand and seal of
D. 1959.
A. I
Twelve (12) South Range Thir- said
Court this
18th day of Febu-
Rose several commercial RALPH -E. HARBERT
says ty-one (31) East to a point ary A. D. 1959. .
Clerk of said Circuit Court marking its intersection with
are effective in (Official Seal)
preparations pro- (Official Seal)
the Easterly Boundary of the RALPH E. HARBERT
longing the life of many cut March 19-26 & April 2-9-4tc Five Hundred (500) feet width Clerk of said Circuit Court,

right-of-way of the Intracoastal Feb. 26 & Mar. 6-12-19--ttc
flowers. Treated with these THE COURT OF
ma- Waterway (East Coast Canal),

terials zinnias will last 'to FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA. thence along the aforesaid Five IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
up IN CHANCERY NO. 3662
Hundred (500) feet right-of-way FOR FLAGLER COUNTY FLOR
10 days, delphiniums 6 days, LOUIS C. GOETZ boundary in a Northwesterly direction IDA IN CHANCERY NO. 3641
Plaintiff
to a point marking its THOMAS DIAMOND and wife
,
and carnations 4 days over their I vs. intersection with the North HAREKLIA DIAMOND.
1 ROBERTA N. GOETZ Boundary of Government Lot
normal life in clear water. Rose Defendant. Plaintiff
Six (6) of Section Thirty-five
I
points out that these are average NOTICE TO DEFEND (35). Township Eleven (11) NICHOLAS Tie-A/v'GELAROS
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
I I I South. Range Thirty-one (31) and wlf"_ KALLY ANGELAKOS..
life increases, and in some cases Roberta N. Goetz East. thence East along the Defendants.

the results are even more grati Address Unknown I North line of Government Lots NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN
You are hereby notified that a
Six (6) and ,Seven (7) to the
fying. suit has been filed against ,you in Northeast Corner of the said MORTGAGE FORECLOSURESUIT
TO FOKKCiOSK
MORTGAGE
the above entitled cause; and you ;
Government Lot Seven (7) of
The horticulturist discounts 3'kN'y; are hereby required to file your an- Section Thirty-five (35), Town- STATE OF FLORIDA

of the swer with the Clerk of this Court. ship Eleven (11) South, Range TO NICHOLAS T. ANGELAKOS.and .
many "homespun" reme-
and to serve a copy thereof upon Thirty-one (31) East: thence wife. KALLY ANGE
dies for prolonging cut flower .. the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney continuing East along an East- LAKOS 500 Union St., Brunswick -
whose name and address is: Georgia
erly production of the North line
life, pointing out that in many W. Cecil Grant of the said Government Lot You. NICHOLAS T. ANGELAKOSand

cases these remedies 407% Main Street Seven (7) through Section Thir- wife, KALLY ANGELAKOS. are
actually 'v">1 Daytona Beach Floridanot ty-six (36). to an Intersectionwith hereby notified that an amendedbill
tend to reduce the life expect- later than April 8th A. D. 1959. a line which runs in a of Complaint to foreclose a
If you fail to do so. decree pro Southeasterly direction and certain chattel mortgage and can-
ancy. He says the practice of confesso will be entered againstyou rallel ,with the West shore cel a lease and option to purchaseon
for the relief demanded in the of the Atlantic Ocean and pa-I the following described property
CASE OF PUPPY LOVE.Di
bill of complaint. The nature of (2) miles distant therefrom to-wit:
ane Williams 12, of St Peters said suit being for Divorce. and thence in a Southeasterly direc-; Lot 9 and the NWtf of Lot 10.
custody of minor children. Block 172. Town of Bunnell. Flag-
W tion on a line which is parallel
RED
OUTDOORS burg, Fla., cuddles "Lucky, I ler
1 WITNESS my hand and seal of with the West shore line of the County. Florida together with
a poppy given to her after her said Court this 9th day of MarchA. Atlantic Ocean and Two (2) miles i all the tenements hereditaments

4 >imRi s6flQTr pet dog was killed by, s car. (, D.. 1959.Official Seal. distant therefrom to a point I and taining.appurtenances thereto apper-
-u where the last above describedline
RALPH E. HARBERT intersects the The business known as the Dixl-
Easterly I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Clerk of said Circuit Court of the South line of production Sec-- ana Grill together with all of the

SEVENT JUDICIAL -I March 12-19-26 & April 24tcIN tion Tweny-nine (29); Township kitchen and dining room furniture
I I and fixtures of
kind
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OF Twelve (12) South, Range Thir- every and
THE CIRCUIT COURT character used in the
I operation of
LER COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.CASE ty-two (32) East: thence West said
NO. 3664 FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA.. along said .Easterly production restaurant business now con-
IN CHANCERY NO. 3665 tained in building situated
thrills and memorabli NORINE BRANHAM. to the Southwest corner of the 9. and the on Lot
MANY -I Plaintiff, CHARLES ROBERT VOIGHT. said Section Twenty-nine .NW% of Lot lOot
Plaintiff.MARGARET (29): Block 172. Town of
can be accumulated thence' continuing West Bunnell. Flag
-V8- along
in a lifetime of hunting experience. EUGENE ERNEST BRANHAM. va.ELIZABETH VOIGHT. the' South line of Section Thirty ler the County.good will Florida and all together occupational with

.
A Defendant.IN Defendant. (30) Township Twelve (12; licenses. List"' of
sportsman may hunt South major equipment
THE NAME OF THE STATE Range Thirty-two (32);
quail, ducks bear deer FLORIDATO NOTICE TO DEFEND East, to intersection mortgaged hereby is attached
grouse
OF with
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: an hereto, and by reference included
the ,
and a number of smaller and : Eugene Whose' place Ernest of Branham residence is Margaret Elizabeth Voight Five Easterly hundred boundary(500) foot of right-the herein. (Equipment listed given below -
8411 101st Ave. )
larger animals the'width of-way of
across the Intracoastal
Waterway
unknown to plaintiff :2
Ozone Park. New York Deep Freeze
and breadth of the United States. You are hereby required to file You are hereby notified that a (East Coast Canal); 1 Reach in Box
thence
He may journey to India for a and serve your answer to the Bill suit has been filed against you in said Northwesterly 'along the 1 small. gas range
of Complaint filed" herein againstyou the above entitled cause and Easterly right of way 1 Gas Deep Fryer
tiger or to Africa,for an elephantor in the above entitled cause on are hereby required to file; your you an boundary, to an intersectionwith 1 Small Steam Table.
lion or before the 13th day of April. with the Clerk of this the South line of Section 1 Upright ice box
to the ewer Court
; far reaches of the J Twelve
(12),
1959. upon H. T. Cook Esquire Township Twelve 1
and to serve a thereof Working table
Northland for big and plaintiffs attorney, herein whose copy upon (12) South Range Thirty-one
game plenty the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney 1 6-eye range with grill at-
of excitement. address is Citizens Bank Building; whose name and address is: (31) East; thence West along tached.
the South
Bunnell. Florida. "The Flagler Tri- W. Cecil Grant boundary of the said 1 Slice (E) Machine
The hunter who keeps to the bune" is hereby designated as rite 407( Main Street Section Twelve (12) and con- Working Table

chase continually finds new thrills newspaper in which this order shall Daytona Beach Florida tinuing along the South boundary 1 Toaster (Double)
be published once a week for four of the Southeast Quarter of 2 Fans
later (Elec
not than April 15th. A. D. 1959. )
and excitement. Section
Yet no matter consecutive weeks. Eleven (11). Township Misc.
If Kitchen
I you fail to do so. decree pro Utensils
where his heart or his roaming HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A DE- confesso will.be entered againstyou .Twelve (12) South. Range Thir- 10 Tables
CREE PRO CONFESSO WILL BE ty-one (31) Fast to the South-
for the relief demanded in the 1 Counter. W/7 stools
feet lead him and to what west
may ENTERED AGAINST YOU FORSUCH bill of complaint. The nature of corner of the aforesaid 1 Pie Case

new and exciting experience he FAILURE.The said suit being for Divorce. Quarter-Section; thence North 1 Adding Machine
nature of this suit is a bill along the West boundary of the 1
Typewriter
WITNESS hand and seal of
be my
may exposed, the hunter eel aforesaid Southeast
for divorce. said Court this 10th day of March. Quarter and Misc.. dishes glasses & silver
dom forgets that elusive and tricky WITNESS my hand and seal at A. D. 1959.Official continuing North along the Wes 2 high chairs
Bunnell Flagler County. Florida Seal- boundary of the Northeast quar- I 1 Dish Washer Sink
target that helped to the ( )
sharpen this 9th day of March. 1959. RALPH E. HARBERT ter of Section Eleven (11). 1 Can Opener

wits and the shooting eye. In boyhood RALPH E. HARBERTAs I I Clerk of said Circuit Court Township Twelve (12) South 37 Chairs

time-King Cottontail. Clerk Circuit Court March 12-19-26 & April 24tcIN the Range point Thirty-one of (31) East to 1 Drink (reach In) box
beginning.
Florida
Flagler County 1 Cash Register National
1 .
There is nothing complicated (Court Seal) THE COURT OP THE COUNTY DATED at Flagler Beach. Flag 1 Ice Tea Jug
about March 12-19-26 & ,April 2-Itc ler County. Florida this 17th day 1 Air
hunting rabbits. All a youngster JUDGE, FLAGLER COUNTY; FLOR of March. A. D. Conditioner
IDA. IN PROBATE.IN 1959. 2 India Statues (Wall plaques)
needs is a battered-but-trust- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Re: Estate. of TOWN OF FLAGLER BEACH has been filed against you and you

worthy' shotgun or rifle and a lit FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN SALLIE ANN GERHARD FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA are are -required to serve a copy
CHANCERY NO. 3632 Deceased.TO a municipal corporation. of your Answer or Pleadings to the
tie time to take off across the By:
Rudolph D.
HELEN W. HAYES.Plaintiff. ALL CREDITORS AND ALL Peterson Amended Bill of Complaint on the

. fields and woodlands. PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS 19-ttc Town Clerk'March plaintiffs attorney. H. T. Cook.

It Is an established fact that V8. *AGAINST SAID ESTATES Citizens Bank Building.. Bunnell
ASTOR W. HAYES, You and each of you are h rebynotified Florida, and file the original Answer -
King Cottontail abides In every Defendant. and required to presentany NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN that or Pleadings in the office of

state in the Union and chancesare NOTICE TO DEFEND claims and demands which you. the Board of County Commissioner the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: or either of have will or before the 1st
againstthe day of
you. may receive sealed bids on Monda'the April
high that he be found in, Astor W. Hayes y
may estate of Sallie Ann Gerhard 6th day of April 1959. at the I 1959. If you fall to do so, judg-
every, county In every state. He Address Unknown deceased late of Los Angeles hour of nine o'clock A. M. in the< ment by default will be taken
You are hereby notified that a County. State of California, to the Clerk's office in the against you for the relief demanded
Flagler Count'Court
may not be so numerous In some suit has been filed against you in County Judge of Flagler County. House for the sale.of the following Y in the Amended Bill of Complaint.
-
localities, but wherever he Is the above entitled cause; and you Florida at his office in the courthouse : This notice shall be published
are hereby required to file your of said County at Bunnell. once each week for four
Part of East consecutive
found he of one-half of South -
provides
plenty
sportIng answer with the Clerk of this
Florida within eight calendar one-half, Tract three (3) In Block lfksJn The Plaler Tribune.
fun for the ,young gunner and Court and to serve a copy the'reofupon months from the time of the first fifteen (15) of St. Johns Develop rt AND ORDERED at Bun-
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney publication of this notice. Each ment nell. Florida this 23rd day of Feb-
the gentleman hunter alike. He Is Company's Subdivision In Sec
whose name and address
claim or demand shall be in writIng tlon Nine (9), Township 12 ruary. A.D. 1959.
South
such a popular target that It Is Is: and shall state the place of Range thirty (30) East containing RALPH E. HARBERT
estimated Samuel V. Holch residence and post office addressof one-halt Clerk of the Circuit Court
some 30 million are, 17 acre more or less, as recorded -
Highway the claimant and shall be swornto in Flagler County. Florida
Deed Book 24. 591.
page
taken annually by nimrOds coastto P. O. Box 471 (Circuit
bye the claimant his agent or Also: the building located on the Court Seal)
coast East Palatka Floridanot attorney and any such claim or above mentioned property. I By Audrey B. McKnlght.
later than March 28th. A. D., demand not so filed shall be void. The Board Deputy Clerk-
course reserves the right to
Availability of accounts' H
,. 1959. ) ROBERT E. PURCELL reject T. COOK.
any or all bids
'for rabbits being taken in greater If you fail to do so. decree pro I As administrator of the Es DATED at Bunnel. Florida this Citizens Bank Building.
confesso will be entered againstyou tate of Sallie ,Ann Gerhard. l&th Bunnell. Florida .
numbers than other day of March A. D. 1959.
any speciesof for the relief demanded in the Deceased. (Official Seal Attorney for Plaintiff '
)
upland game but the fact bill of complaint. The nature of First publication March 5th. 1959. C. H. COWART, Chairman Feb. 26 & March 5-U-19--4tc '
said suit being for Divorce.WITNESS '
that he's found about I March 5-U-19-6-4tc Board of County Commlssion-
Just eve1'7where
my hand and seal of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
doesn't detract from the said Court this -24th day of Febu- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ATTEST ers IRALPH' Flagler County_ Florida. FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA IN'
ary A. D. 1959. II FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA. CHANCERY NO. 3563
fact that King Cottontail 'is an E. HARBERT Clerk I
(Official Seal) ANN .
.
IX CHANCERY NO. 3883 Board
of County Commission KAJ.I1NSKI.Plaintiff.
elusive, challenging target for a RALPH E. HARBERT I WILMA JEAN HICKERSON. ers. Flagler County Florida. .
Clerk of said Circuit Court *
nimrod who is in the Plaintiff March 12-19
field.
2tc
young I _
;,. Feb. 26, & Mar. 5-U-I9-4tc I I STEVEN JAMES KAMINSKI.

.. . .. .... .... .. ... ROBERT ALLEN HICKERSON. REQUEST, FOR' BID
.. .. .. .
.
Y. ., .. Defendant.
. . .V.
. ..: ... .. ::. ... Defendant. ,Notice Is hereby given that the NOTICE TO DEFEND

STATE TO DEFEND East Flagler Mosquito Control District I THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO
FOR ALL HOURS DAY OR NIGHT :
THE OF FLORIDA. TO: Beach Florida County. Flag Steven James Kaminski
Robert Allen Hickerson ler will accept Willow place
8132 South Maryland Avenue sealed bids at the 'office located Mount Vernon. New York
:: Chicago 19. Illinois seven miles north of Flagler Beachon You are hereby notified that
AMBULANCE.SERVICE a
You are hereby notified that a Highway A1A. up until 7.00: o' suit has been filed against you In .
PHONE VAlley 41625FLORIDA suit has been filed against you In clock P.M. on Tuesday April 7. the above entitled cause: and you
the above entitled, cause; and you 1959 or postmarked prior to this are hereby required to file
are hereby required to file your answer time for furnishing twelve thousand answer with the Clerk of your this '

sr.AUGUSTINE;, with the Clerk of this Court (12.000) .gallons of No. 2 Fuel Court and to serve a copy thereof
'
-N And to serve a copy thereat uponthe 011. upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs
at-
plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney Fuel Oil to be delivered to the I torney, whose name and
Never be hesitant about calling Garcia Ambulance.: ware I whose name and address is: District's storage tank in Flagler is: address

J. Robert Durden Beach.- Florida in quantities suit Ray Selden
always at your.service'with promptness safety crud 323 Orange Avenue able for: the caoaclty of storage Selden Building

I Daytona Beach. Florida facilities approximately 6500 gal Daytona Beach. Florida
I1.Dee. not later than April 15th A. D. 1959. lons. not later than March 27 A.. D.
.... If you fail to do so. decree pro Bids will be opened and read 'a t If you fall to do so' decree 1959.
confesso will be entered against 7:30 P. U. on April 1, 1959, at the confesso will be entered pro
and Inhalator -
,Equipped With Oxygen ResWitator V MI for the relief demanded in the office. vou 'for the relief demanded against

0- t' bill of complaint The nature of The successful bidder will be no bill of complaint. The In the R
said suit being for Divorce and tilled following'the District's tabs said suit- being for divorce nature of -
Garcia Funeral Home .tivlv and cu.
cu of minor children. lation 'of bids. tortv of minor children. -
WITNESS hand and seal of The
my District reserves the right WITNESS my hand
said Court this 10th day of March. to reject any and all bids and Court and seal ot
P.- E., GARCIA.i Licensed 'Fu" \'al' Director A.. n. 19S. waive anv Informalities In hldrilnar. X!? A.. D. thl.1959.2"h day of Febru-

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r FRIENDLY CIRCLE I Neil Atkinson of Titusville,] .
MEETS TONIGHTThe was a recent weekend visitor

r Frinedly Circle of the First I here with Mr. and Mrs Harry TV Bob

; Methodist Church will meet in J Atkinson and 'Mr. and Mrs. W.
the Church'parlor at eight o'clock H. Atkinson.

LOC ZS I tonight. This will be a businessand SERVICEall

social meeting of the Circle. I Daniel Defoe creator of- "Rob makes

inson Crusoe", wrote some 30
\ Mrs. Raymond Smith and sons,1 i books in the last four years of
MISS STANISH HONOREDAT CAROL JUNE SMITHMr. Sam and Ray spent Sunday in j his life. I Sales, Tubes and
A DINNER PARTY and Mrs. G. C. Smith of Jacksonville visiting with her Antenna Installation

: SUNDAY EVENING Eustis announce the arrival of son and daughter in law, Mr.
River deltas called because
are so
The Bunnell High Cheerleaders a seven pound three ounce ,arid Mrs. Bobby McCort. their PHONE HE 9-2204
honored their,Captain. Celes-- daughter born on March 11. She triangular shape re- .
sembles the Greek letter Delta.
f tine Stanish, with a surprise din has been given. the name. of I Mrs. Daisy Buckles nas returned I
fl ner party Sunday evening. Carol' June. i to her home here after .
March 8th. at the Bunnell Restaurant She is granddaughter of :spending a week in Floral City FOR
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and Coffee Shop. After Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Rodgers of :visiting with 'her brother, Lee Draglining .
the Dinner they atended a.movie Bunnell. The mother is the ;Davis who is ill there. SHELL FILL & SAND
at the Bunnell Theatre. former Miss June Rodgers of Bulldozing

Those attending were Celestine Bunnell. I Raymond Smith left Sundayfor J I DIRT CONTRACTSCALL
Allen, Susan Jane I I'I
Stanish, Fern
Washington D. C., where he
I Deen, Polly Forson, Beverly RICHARD JAMES WIGLEMr. will enter Bethesda Hospital for Land Clearing '
it Rodgers. Phyllis Hazen, Betty and Mrs. James Maxwell 'several days.
Abbot, and Carol Christopher.Rev. Wigle of Gainesvile announce the GradingP. EMIL MISSINNEPhone I
arrival of_ a son born March 12
HE 9-2094
and Mrs. Robert Carr of in the Alachua Hospital in Alex Atkinson of Brunswick A. EDMONSON JI I
Melrose spent a short while here Gainesville. He weighed seven Georgia, visited here during the Phone IDlewood 7-3376 FLAGLER BEACH :
weekend with the Atkinson
Thursday afternoon and evening pounds eleven ounces and has .. ,
Richard James.He Families. He was the house. .
visiting with their nephew and been named -
: niece Mr. and' Mrs. Andy Yel- is the grandson of Mr. and guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
"' vington. They were dinner Mrs. Merland McCabe of Bun Atkinson at their home, North

guests of Mr. and Mrs., M. B. nell and the great grand son of Moore Street. Appreciates Vote
Fuller. Mrs. Myrtle Streeter of Flagler
Beach Mr. and Mrs.. F. H. Howell of
Swainsboro, Georgia, are spending ,1 hope the voters of Bunnell will accept
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Mr. and Mrs. I- Andy ,
Yelvington of Miami spent Wed MELINDA GAY MERCERMr. a few days here at their this method of expressing my sincere appreciation -
and Mrs. Gayle Mercer of home, Palm Avenue.
nesday and Thursday here with for their vote of confidence in electing me
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller. They Bunnell announce the arrival ofa
were called here by ,the death daughter born at the Halifax City Commissioner for another term.

of Andy's grandmother, Mrs.C. Mospltal in Daytona Beach on
March 18. She has been named LEVI BRANNAM
of Hill.
D. Yelvington Holly I .;
Melinda Gay.
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I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. H.I -- --
DONALD CHARLES MOODY
Drady are Mr .and Mrs. Ira E.

Reeves of Woodbury, Georgia. Sp/4 and Mrs. Robert ,Moody, Insured &. Rest Assured .
t Mr. Reeves is a brother of Mrs. of Panama Canal Zone are the I, INStfRE-Stay
t Drady's. parents of an eight pound eight

ounce boy born March 7. .He GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM
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has been named Donald Charles. .

1. The new arrival is the grandson .
} CITRUS TREESFLOWERING of Mr. and Mrs. Robert x.. H. T. COOK AGENCYCitizens
TREES Moody of Bunnell.

.*. ... .n '" Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida
Altheas Mimosa Redbud
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j PAMELA DENISE COX yy !
and Golden Rain Trees Mr. and Mrs. John H. Cox, III
Shrubery and House of Bunnell are the parents of a

Plants daughter born at the Halifax I

Hospital in Daytona Beach on BRANNAM'SFood
March 17th.
Harris.Nursery
I' She weighed six pounds seven .
306 Howe St. ounces and has been named

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PAGE SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, March 19, 1959

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Bunnell School I Faye Bass. i life insurance in force from 1.49 ment increased from 1.63 percent I
High Thomas Pellicer
Grade 11; Robert Cook, Ron- per cent to 2.00 per cent; and to 2.27 per cent and manu i1
ald Jaszczak, Judy Lewis,' Bob estimated retail sales from 1.93 facturing employment from .70
Honor Roll Libby, ,Joann Morris, Michael On Police Force per cent to 3.02 per cent. Fed per cent to 1.05 per cent. In each ,

f Grade 4-A; Walton Cowart, Parker, Joan Robbins, and David eral internal revenue collectionsin 'example given, Florida's 1958

Delores Deen, VIM Hein, and Shields. I Thomas E. Pellicer is the newman Florida in 1952 were .93 per, proporition was above the com-
Barbara Jean ,Pache. I Grade 12; Judson Stryker, Lew ''I on the police force of Bun cent of the national total and parable figure for 1957 ,

Grade 4-B; Dan Cody, Vicki Wadsworth, Joan Harding Mar- nell He is the son of Mr. and ,1.36 per cent last year.

King, Carol Flatt, and Kathryn I garet Peavy, Helen Strickland, Mrs. P. P. Pellicer and is a native Measured in volume, rather I 11
I and Rhoda Thiel. I MERCHANTS IN KASHMIR
Emery. son of Flagler county.Mr. than in dollars, electric power I NAMES
HAS SELF STYLED
Grade 5-A; Margie Lee Blake- I Pellicer was employed at production stood at 1.61 per cent '
ly, and Stanford.Robertson. Future. Teachers the Monday night meeting of the in 1952 and 2.19 per cent in1958. Merchants in Kashmir, an ,

Grade 5-B; Betty L Y n n city commission. He will take Passenger car registrations grew idyllic land in Central Asia, attract
Bourne, Sherry Hargett, Catherine Club Sponsors the place of Leroy Irvin who resigned from 2.22 per cent to 3.02 per buyers' eyes with such self- I
Hinson, Tommy Herr, Louis the position. Today he cent; telephones from 1.79'per assumed titles as Cheap John,
Smigielski, and Brenda Tucker. Easter ParadeThe is riding a squad car with Officer cent to 2.19. Population in Flor- Suffering Moses, and Cheerful
Grade 6-A; ,Mary Pache, Heidi Wilfred Hunter becoming ida made up 1.99 per cent in Charlie. One nonconformist in
EIsenbach, Jean Wolfe, Lynda Future Teachers Club of I acquainted. with his new duties. 1952 and 2.56 per cent last year. Srinagar, the capital calls himself
Kobylarski, and Hope Hatcher. the Bunnell High School is Total non-agricultural employ- I Subhana the Worst. I

Grade 6-B; Janet Salyerds. sponsoring the Easter Parade and .
Gloria Johnston, Ida Allen,*, El- Tom Thumb Wedding on March Florida Getting --

bert Tucker, and George Milner. 26, members of the club said I' FOR'Prompt
Grade 7-A; Nell Johnston, Sue today. The affair will be held Share ofNation'
Larger
King, Linda Cody, Allida Tucker, in the Gymansium at 7:30 P. M.' Dependable Courteous

Gail Wadsworth, Howard Emery, Children from one through
Robbie Tucker, and David Brown. kindergarten age may enter the s WealthA HI-THERM GAS SERVICESEE
Grade 8; Quentin Emery, Easter Parade. The weddingcast
Linda Harris, Carol Hoskins, will be, selected from Mrs. larger share of the nation's
Frankie Johnston, Janice Love- Scruggs and Mrs. Hollands first wealth has been earned by Floridians -
lace, Sandy Lee Gumble, Donna grades. in recent years, with last HARRIS APPLIANCESPhone

. Miller, Barbara Smythe, Barbara Club members would appreciate -, year topping all other years. ID 7-3551 Bunnell
Weaver, and Charles Dodgen having the names of those This bigger economic slice for .
Grade 9-A; Claude Barrow. who plan to enter the paradeas Florida has come as a result of Countywide Delivery Service
Grade 9-B; Mary Susan Bran- soon as possible. diversification as well as the GAS CYLINDERS GAS APPLIANCES

ham, Elaine Deen, Peggy Hos- Parents who plan to .enter general development of industry,
Tdns, Gary Huber, Boyd Robertson their child in the parade may do agriculture and tourism, plus the
: and Connie Shields. so by contacting Mrs. Laura Mor- added factor of government
Grade 10; Dianne Adams, and ris in Bunnell by calling ID spending, the Florida State CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
73233. In Flagler Beach they Chamber of Commerce reports.
may call Orviline Turpen at The total personal income of A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director

CLASSIFIEDADS! HE 92123. Floridians grew from 1.69 per J JOHN HARDIN. Associate
cent of the national total in 1952to

A BUNNELL 2.29 per cent last year. Cash AIR LADY OXYGEN
income of'farmers and growersin CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
G LODGE No. 200F.&LM.
the state was 1.54 per cent ATrENDANT'AMBULANCES
fJmttmgm u.ar tUrn he..lB. an .. in ,1952 and 2.55 per cent last
9 eeats ycr ward stet Luertira Meets First and Third Tuesday Phone ID 7-3532
CO seats U mlaiaiam choree year.
Dean M. Peterson. M. Bank deposits expanded from
Want to make $15 to $25 in a 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
JOHN A. CLEGG. Secy.: 1.26 per cent to 1.72 per cent; .
day? We will train and finance.
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dependable man,or woman, over -
21, for part or full time McNess '.. -..
Boute Work. Write McNess Co., 6
Box 2766, DeSoto Sta. Memphis
2, Tenn. 319.2tp ': The Impala 4-Door Sedan
3 a fresh shape with practical slant!
"VETERANS: bedroom homes 2 ;
tm beautiful shaded lots in
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Palm Harbor Sub., Flagler Beach. :
4%% GI mortgages with no :, "

Down Payment! You pay only .
the closing costs. For information /4'I

Call A. R. Thomas. Inc., Reg. Real I
"Estate Broker, Daytona Beach.
CL 21581. 319.2tc .y I
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HOUSEWIVES-Earn extra money '
during your spare hours.,Mrs. B. .' 8
averages $1.62 per hour. Pleasant
work. No car or evening work
required. Should have 12 or more
spare hours per, week. Reply to -
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CHENOLET ON AlA
One mile south of the Pier .

Flagler Beach. --. Chevy's new beauty makes beautiful sense!

FOR RENT 2 Bedroom furnished -
house with garage. Phone HE
'9.2318orSee. E. J. Chaffee 3-9-tf From its lustrous new finish to its 1 HANDSOME WHEELS 2' NEW MAGIC- '
roomier interior, Chevy is as logical COOL BIGGER BRAKES. li'l' MIRROR FINISH
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FOR SALE-Mattresses for labor Air NEEDS NO WAXING OR
as it is lovely.It's 59's best looker slots help assure safer
camp for sale and labor camp for the best reasons! stops. time after time. POLISHING FOB UP TO
THREE YEARS.
for rent. Phone ID 73664. 3-12-tf
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FOR SALE-okra Seed. IDlewood REAR DECK i .1 A FRONT AIR SCOOPS t{ ROOmER
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73664. 2-26-tfc 3. HOLDS MORE j jLUGGAGE. **= HELP ENGINE COOLING. BODY-Wider" ,.
.Five cubic j j1 .1.1 Those stylish openings above ;
INCOME TAX RETURNSED feet more space. i L : the grille bring in more air. 'than many costly cars.
BIELEJESKI
Income Tax Consultant

1 mile. west of Bunnell VAST NEW AREAS OF -
Highway 100. 6 VISIBILITY. Glace ou'll 7. __ -8'Rust-resistant trim TRIM.helps
Phone ID 7.3307 1-1-tfc find Safety Plate all INDIVIDUALLY HOODED IN- keep that showroom look.
the way around. -
STRUMENTS GLARE.
REDUCE
FOR RENT At Flagler Beach
3 bedroom. unfurnished house.
See Harold Massie at Flagler O EASIER TO GET IN
t/. = HIGH CLEARANCE. THE CAR THAT'S -
10-
Beach. STEP HEIGHT AND
11.71tiJOHNSTON'S .
Takes rough roads W CHEVROLET y WANTED FOR r
DESIGN. And there's lots of
head room too! .... e T.J. with room to spare. ALL its WORTH!

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LOTS; HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, 2:i'-- ,- See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer and pick out your new Chevy_ _",.

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