The Flagler tribune
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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: April 16, 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
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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t "VOULME .47, NO. '14 :BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1959, $2.50 A YEAR ..

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: Two Men Killed In Wreck '

'", ,' I -s--.f I On U. S. 1 Here WednesdayElmer

E. Myers, 39, and Grady Lee, Burke, 22,,- died

I early Wednesday as a result of: a rear end collision of
'trucks just north of Bunnell on U. S. Highway No. 1.

I Robert Burke, 24, is in serious condition in the local hos- .
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I pital. The accident occurred about, 1 A. M.

I From best Information obtainable -

4r r Tax Collections Myers, a chief petty officerof

the U. S. Navy, had stoppedto

change a tire on a 'pickup
In County 98%
I truck he apparently was driving .
when it 'was struck from behind
1- County real estate tax collections -
.$ t paid to date is approxi by a semi-trailer truck occupiedby

.. mately 93 per cent of the roll, Robert and Grady Lee Burke,

I J. F. Mercer, tax collector, said cousins from Millen Ga.

today. .Myers had legs and arms
l crushed and internal injuries, it
On the other hand personal '
| was reported. He was taken to
property taxes have not been
the Flagler-_Clinic and Hospitalhere
paid in proportion to real .estate ,
'I where he died about 8 a. m.
and, Mercer said, the remainder
A Navy ambulance came to and
{of the personal property will, be
claimed the body. 'f
f advertised for sale in next wgek's
.(. issue of The Tribune. Craig Funeral Home? of Bun
'"' .. a a nell, where the body of Grady
Real on which taxes
I t Lee Burke was taken said that
: The Dixie 'nice at Ponce DeLeon Raceway was won by Sumter, Prince and driver have not been paid will be advertised
the Burke's relatives from Mil
av'Edwads of Sumter, S. 'C. Making the Dixie Trophy presentation were,Driver- during May and tax len had been notified and that

: 'owner Edwards ''and Carl Rose of Ocala;;, Ray Tucker of Bunnell ; Bob Daley of t certificates will be sold on June they were coming to Bunnell.
Mercer added. ,.
: Palatka; John Sixma of DeLand ; Hudson Garren of Winter Park ; Mayor Walter 11. Wreckers belonging 'to Ode

J Orum of Orange ,Park ; and Doyle Conner of Starke, former Speaker of, the House Hersey and Virgil Decker were
i from Bradford County. GirlsState called to the accident scene and

rt H r it required several hours by
RepresentativesAre both crews to clear the wreck.

!. Girls Joined4JLftfeJ Everybody's Flower Lions, Club Holds age. It' was some time before

.. Selected the Burke men could be ex-
Show Dates Are Set Election Officers I tricated from the cab of the
fir- JoAnn Morris and Judith Lew.been. -
*, t i overturned. ,semi-trailer...
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i -"" is "have selected-'as ::
100 Important. dates in vthe worldof "Leonard MoJcfy was "electedto { : : rep This-wreck*"tjccurftfd"a short
Wednesday '_ flower lovers are April 17, 18 serve as president of the Bun I resentative to.:/attend the Girls distance from. another ,that hap

4: and 19, the dates of Everybody's nell Lions Club at their meeting I State.Jt-! :Tallahassee in July. pened two weeks"' ago*wit en one

The 4.H'' Club I Flower Show jto be held ''at the Monday noon. Fred Fruits was I Beverly"Rodgers and Annette big truck ran into the rear of
Flagler County,
elected first vice I Strickland were named as alter
held a meeting at' the Bunnell National Guard Armory on Bal- as president, another. One truck occupant is
Road in Beach. Howard Taylor, second vice president ,nates.
t which lough Daytona still in the local hospital in
Courthouse on Wednesday and third The Girls State is a week long
GayleMefcer as
was our first meeting with the "Main Street Plaza" is the serious condition, was reported
mock session of
vice state County,
boys and girls combined. There theme of this year's show, with president. today, but is expected to recover.
and city government held in
were about sixty-two members the central plan featuring a Elected to serve as secretarywas
L. H. Church and L. H. Tallahassee each year and is
and discussed mall ,showing a block of Main Dradyas
present, we plans
.sponsored by American. Leg-
treasurer. C. B. Eisenbachwas
Street 'Beach Road
on enlarging the pasture. .Daytona ? with an Department
lion Auxiliary. The Flagler Unitof
added special feature'of the named as Lion Tamer, and
t Adviser Howard Taylor explained { the American Legion
waves rolling'on the World'sMost Jimmy Kelley tail Twister. Coy AUXiU-1 I I
I to'the new members the Famous' Beach Harris and Ralph Harbert were ; ary each year sponSors Report, On Signal 1
through ,
rules of'the club 'and the kind I
I to attend the session. This year
elected two directors.
i of project they' could have. the old Coquina Arqh as year the Country Club, The Idlewood Only because of good drivingon
Beautiful shops, including a Guests of, the club were Bobby the part of most motoristsand
Mrs. Clyde Lewis, Mrs. Buck Club Flagler Womans Club and
S. theatre and a bank will, flank Hull of Bunnell and Jim Griffinof plain luck the of
on part
.. Lovelace, Mrs; 'L. E., Wadsworth, Junior Womans Club are spons
each side with fountain Palatka. Miss Nell Richardson others has
and Mrs. Lee Blakely attended a and prevented a crash occurring -
the 'meeting acid these ladies park in the center, giving Main field representative of the at the crossing,here of

may become local .leaders fort Street a brand new look. It is Florida Division of the American I expenses State Road 11 and U.S. Highway

our club., estimated that over a thousand ,,Cancer Society was also present J 1, since there is no traffic con-

''Mr. Taylor showed some of the Garden Club members, plus and showed a film to the club. MrsSmjth'sBrQther trol signals at the.crossing.U. .

awards 'that' 'could be won by hundreds of school children 'and I Visiting lions were Dal Dup S. 1 was completely four-

the members. We also listened local residents' will participatein penthaller of Winter Garden whois Dies laned recently and it now appears -
to a.few'lines, ,:"from .the speech this show, the 19th Annual .a candidate for'District Gover- >. .traffic light, or lights will

t, made by Mike McMillan 'who' Everybody's ,Flower Show. nor, Milton Dearise of Winter In ,AlabamaMrs. soon be put up' by the State
: Garden and Zone Chairman Ru
.: came 'in third place at the District There, will be floral 'arrange Naomi Smith of Bunnell Road Department. City Clerk L.
;' 'PUblic Speaking Contest ments of many types, with 'mostof dolph. Peterson'" of Pierson. received word last Thursday of H. Drady said today that the department

f which was held: in Jacksonville.The the' classes. open to the gen the death of her brother, Alex personnel in DeLand

club voted;Jo send a bouquet eral public for competition, Carol Hoskins', Stevens. Mr. Stevens died at had informed the city that bids

f 'of* flowers; for one' of 'our which is 'traditional with the Monroeville.} Alabama on Thurs. have' been accepted for the signals

club members, David_ Lewis,who show., An extensive and exceptionally Is Winner In, day after a lengthy illness. Burial and it is expected these

i' is in.,the 'hospital with, a broken, beautiful Horticultural was in the Family Plot inMonroeville will be erected, shortly.
shouldet bone. Section will be.,featured, as wellas Spelling Bee on Saturday.Valedichrian The signals are being paid for
educational and conventional by the Board of County Commissioners

: displays. The Junior Division be- Carol Hoskins member 'of, the from' secondary road

Red Cross: Drive ., ing staged entirely by school eighth grade. of Bunnell school funds but the city will main-
children.. was winner in the County''Spelling tain and operate them. The signals

To Efid' :Soon The' show will be open to the Bee Finals ,Thursday after- Salutatorian are to be oft the type that

Drive Chairman Duane Deen public, both' for spectators and noon. Kandyce' Lovell, sixth are operated, automatically, be-

said today' he, wished to thank exhibitors, from_ ;April 17'throughthe I grader of the Flagler Beach Announced Today ing controlled by the amount of
19th.SPEED. school, was runnerup. traffic on either of the two high-
those who have contributed tothe Rhoda Thielhas' been selectedas
will to Miami for -
Red'' The two go ways.
'Flagler County Cross the valedictorian of the grad-
the state finals. This is the
Drive. LIMIT SIGNS fourth time Carol has won the uating class of Bunnell High DOG LICENSE
He also,asked those who have '
school. Salutatorian of the
'' '. UP ON HIGHWAY 1 spelling ,bee .and represented :
their contribution
'not' made,' to in the state class' Is' Margaret ,Peavy, Principal IS HEREL.
please do so in the next few days Since 'u. S. No;, 1 was 'four- Flagler.county 'Carl Hornsby said today. ,H. Drady, city clerk, said

as he wants to close the"drive., laned here several months, ado, Commencement exercises for today that dog owners are re

there has, been little posted on the graduating class will be on minded that the ,annual dog licenses '

JEQSSUNDERED' ,. '. the: highway:.too. warn, motorists Softball LeagueTo .. May29th. are due this ,month.
:When Arabs, ,and ,Lsraelli put of:"speed limits: Organize "Before a license 'is issued," t

'down their armiijn ,1949,. -the 'Now /thel State y Road Depart-: Tonight. At Gym The appearance of Halley's Drady said, "he animal must
'"" city jpt Jerusalem, lay ,"sui S de : relent has placed-signs,beginningat .Everyone ''Interested In play Comet'in A.:.D. 66 was interpreted have been inoculated against

One'side' became-,. the capital of the limits of the city reducing ing Softball is invited to, meet as a warning the Jews of rabies -andY the certificate must

the 'new Jewish state: the other Jthe_speed from' the legal at the Bunnell School GYm the coming destruction:of Jeru be presented when applying 'for
lies .in the- 'Hashemite. Kingdomof .. 0- limit of 65"miles an,hour to '45.Then" Thursday night (Tonight) at salem. ,When the comet,"'reappeared a '''lI ense/'

Jordan.' ,Mandelbaunv, Gate for'' a J'sfeort'distance. -"In the 8:W.I Wilfred Hunter"said today. .|n/'1066 it waS believed The/charge for male dogs and
actually fan open,place: near the congested ,section of 'town'the : This; ;is 'to be ,a 'meeting'-to to portend: _the conquest.of.Eng spayed, female dogs is $1, but
heattheonly \ limit"'J8-""icdeeedstonil R organize p; -' n s : lajMl.barjthe'Normans..*The comet_ unspayed'females chargeis

international-f-' t..".-Il. \crossing. hour.' 4 ..... ',. ,and' =:to; map' 'out: -thejr,. Ian8.. last appealed In 1910. $2, Drady added.

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-' TWO i y THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL 'FLORIDA Thursday. April i....., ,100..........;...

< >' '" I I. W. A. "Riggs of Evanston,-- I ,- "'
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., is Spending this month with
: t Jla (eriljea Ji' ', her sister:Mrs. Robert Henderson. .FRED A. FRUITSJEWELER. I .

t I Their father J.. F. Romine who .
'to, ...:.',4 has b 'spending the winter
LUNA BABBITT, I here with the Hendersons has DIAMONDS-WATCHEs RIB s

Telephone HEmlock 9.2098 been ill in the Bunnell Hospital. REPAIRING'REFINANCE
Their houseguests, Mr. and Mrs. N...-_. ...." ...... .....Jf."tl'"J'rJV&.

FLAGLER BEACH PTA FOURTH BIRTHDAY PARTY Charles Noblitts left ,last week {

The Flagler Beach Parent .Karen Eberle was honored witha for their home in Columbus, ,YOUR DEBTS
Teachers Association met Tues. birthday party on Friday at Indiana after spending several With a, Long TermfED'ERAL
day evening in the School Cafe. the home of her uncle and aunt days here with them.' Mrs. Nob;

torlum with a record attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Spivey. Her I litts is Mrs. Henderson's sister. ,LAND. BANK Prompt Service _
Mrs. Catherine Wilson presided mother Mrs. Harold Eberle enter PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US
;. and room count was won by. Mr. tained a group of her' little Miss Betty .Meadows receiveda FARM LOAN

W. E. Fennell's sixth grade friends with outdoor games. foreign assignment 'for'three H. W. BRYAN The Flagler Tribune

Dean Holland, County School Assisting were Mrs. Gene Spivey, weeks and she left during the Production Credit Assn. ,
'Superintendant,.was present and Mrs. Aubrey Spivey and Mrs. weekend for Washington, D. ,C, PALATKA FLORIDAWednesd0710:00 Phone IDlewood 7.3282 _
he was requested by,Mrs. Wilsonto Betty Johnson., I enroute for the airline trip. Bunnell Florida

tell what action was taken.by /The guests were :Charon Spi- ..- ..
the School Board the day before vey Brenda and Vicki Babbitt,',- Mr. George Wilcox visited last

about transportation to this Mark Eberle, Sue Spivey, Debbie week in Pomona Park with his FOR

school from, Hillcrest., This was I!Dale and David Johnson. daughter and son in law Mr. Prompt :Dependable Courteous
in answer to Mrs. Wilson, accompanied and.Mrs. Claude Massey at their ,
b y Mrs. Flossie George Moody visited duringthe home on the lake there.
Haines and Mrs.. May Shill appearing weekend with Mr. and Mrs. .HI-THERM GAS SERVICESEE
before the School Board Leonard Moody in Tallahassee.He Mr. and Mrs.' George Miles

on Monday, concerning that mat made the trip there Friday Moody attended the Passion Playat .

: with Leonard' and on Saturdayhe Bok Tower on Thursday eve Harris Appliance & Gas Company
ter.Mr.. Fennell, Mrs. Louella Fleu- attended the wedding in Ha- ning.
vana, Florida of Miss Jean Har- .
Phone ID 7-3551 Bunnell
rie,and Mrs: Libby Hogeboom '
I vell. Mr. and Mrs., iRaymond, Mar- Service
the nominating committee reported 'I Countywide Delivery
the following slate of ,of- tel and family visited several : GAS CYLINDERS GAS APPLIANCES
ficers who were elected for the Houseguests of Mr. and, Mrs days last week in Havana, Flor-
Mrs. Harry Dickinson have been Mr. ida with relatives. They were
coming year. They were S
Catherine Wilson for President and Mrs. James Russell from also there to attend the weddingof
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Mrs. Flossie JIaines for Vice.Pres; Binghamton, ,N. ;.. their niece Miss Jean Harvell kA : ; 1

Mrs. Betty Johnson for Sec'y; which was an event of Saturday.Mr. .

Mrs. Sara Martel for Tr ..
and Mrs. Marge Ross for urer'l) iEASYo and Mrs. Martin H. Fuel-
gram Chairman. ling left.last week for their homein .- $

There was a report from Mrs. : f> ES Three Rivers, Mich., after $9KTtLu \

Wilson, ,Mrs. Haines and Mrs. spending the. winter' with her {
uncle. Howard Wisehaupt. Mr. and
Alice Lovell on.the. County Coun. SAT. music SAT.
Mrs. Fuelling their
cil they attneded in Daytona enjoyed visit
: this month.. i{ If..... DIlLE here so much that they are plan-: The Surf Riders

, ,During'.the social hour, Mr. ning to 'become permanent residents
- F YOU serve lots of sand here sometime this
I year.
Fennell directed: the sixth' gradein wiches. make'them ahead and Dancing & Music '
a skit "Around The World In
store In the freezer.
Mayonnaise In addition to being the world'sMotor 9 P. M. to 1:3OA M.
I Thirty Minutes". It portrayed doesn't do in fillings If the sandwich : -
Interesting facts on their, year's is going to be frozen, but Capital, Detroit also'the Plenty of Parking
all these salt center of the U.-S. It also
get around the
work in geography and was ways MARK Your HosLFlogler
? very entertaining., Cup cakes, use of this, ingredient- nicely, : has,some of the ountrY's,largest I ROSE JR
cake Ground roast beef. ham lamb drug and rubber manufacturingplants. .Beach On Ocean .Shore,Blvd. AlA J.
punch' and coffee- were pork and veal after roasting and b 9ze "t
served. eating can be mixed, with roast -
The >next meeting will be on ,. ,
,May 29th and it will combine THIS WEEK'S RECIPE' w

.. an installation of officers and Avocado,Soar Cream Dressing '
. '. a, graduation ceremony with the (Makes 1 cup) it'z :: :. -
last business meeting for this V4 cup sieved avocado q4Lt- 1tahte '
year 14 tup commercially soured .:

,:_,. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Preston\ 3 juice tablespoons cream 'lime or' lemon. .' ::; rtor +. /

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motored to,Macclehny last weekto 1 teaspoon sugar -".. : r.-Ul J -
visit with his 'mother, Mrs. Vt teaspoon pepper '.... .' '
: G. W. Preston %teaspoon salt :
Few grains cayenne pepper ; : :
Mrs. Joseph Zamba has boughtthe Dash of tabasco sauce Meet, special cars for special people from .
home on Daytona Avenue I To prepare avocado cut in Fade Ranch Wagon America's station wagon specialists.No '.(

.i formerly'owned by'Mr., and Mrs. seed halves and lengthwise skin. Force remove fruit matter what you need in a wagon,!, .r-:-;,. .

O. H. Ergle.. I through sieve. Combine with t. Ford's got the one that. fits you best I _,1<( ,
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Friends of 'Mrs.' Chester Mont I blend thoroughly., Serve on 9 .. HARDTOP STYUNOI Beauty, anyone? Only Ford '... ':"J;' .
'. gomery will be glad to hear that mixed greens or cabbage. wagons give.you Thunderbird elegance and hard .,-"- ,
" she is recuperating her home which is finely ,shredded. Fordor CountrJ SldlII top styling.' {}-,
f here after undergoing surgery, I I. : -S '.
recently in a Jacksonville Hos gravy for moistening. Season OVER 13 CUBIC FEET MORE CARGO SPACE...room '. ..:
! pital. with prepared horseradish' or .. ..- .. enough for even a 9-foot boat. i;:; '
I Worcestershire sauce. ,, .
:, Mr. and Mrs. T R. Blaine spent Cream cheese freezes nicely 'II ':'.:. ,:' ::W.: r., EASIEST.TO LOAD AND 'UNLOAD I Only Ford in its ,>-,.; ". I
i: -, part. of .last.week in Vero Beach. I and makes a' good filling when It Country wean field lets you open and close the'rear gates with I,. .."-': ;;-- \
\ mixed with chopped stuffed OM hand. ."' r' s

i J.. Mr., and Mrs.. Herbert Gray olives and' salted peanuts., .. .: .: }
Chopped chicken make a \ALL SEATS FACE FORWARD Only Ford In ; ,
wagons :
( made a trip last week to Hastings -
nice moist filling, for freezer -
i their field let ertrbodJlook ahead. You don'thave ,1
, : to visit 'with. : relatives.Mrs. .'. sandwiches if you add mashed .. to crawl over the tailgate to the third seat. .
hard-cooked egg to them and ;
: Virginia Moody spent spice with bit of; \ f
a -catsup. :'
Stdm TAILORED TO YOUR BUDGET,TOO I You start saving y
r.- i Saturday Jacksonville with her Flaked tuna fish makes a good kPastngsr the minute you buy.Ford offers the lowest-priced 1'. '

.,. daughter Mrs. Fred Bell. freezer sandwich filling when you wagon of the,most popular three.: ", :,
". blend, ,it, with, pickle(.relish and ..' 't '
4 ... Mr. and Mrs:: David Spivey moisten with soured cream. j. 9.pASSENGER'CO NTIY SQUIRE ,,
...; and family "Wilmington Plenty of ,hard-cooked .eggs? ; > ;:.:. :Kt:..;_., This handsome 4-door, 9-powenger ...... .t"
Mash them fine with a .fork a4d '.. : wagon neatly! fills any bill, from \ '
,; N. C. 'visited here the ,:...
r. cooked crumbled' bacon., blend ina Sunday coiling to Monday hauling. n :r.:
: weekend with his parents Mr:I bit of soured -cream and a ..Ut.e .* (' -

: and ,Mrs. 'E. M.:,Spivey. curry ,powder.is ..for,:8a ar-., '

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r'- Thursday, 'April '16, 1959 FLAGLER TRIBUNE ;BUNNELL, 'FLORIDA '. ., PAGE_THREE'A. ;

. "-'f1 enue taxation-our-'own 'tax ex. -get going. live within our means. I ,'

('f<" perts-have estimated Income of Anddon't- be fooled by those Certainly, it is no' conifort to A BUNNELL

r.t': .<, 75.8 billion. This is '1.3*billion so-called experts who want to the taxpayer to hear that his G LODGE No. 200

.. less than the. President"estimated sweep the unpleasant aspects of increasing taxes are being "in I F. & JLM.

in his budget message. And the situation under'' the rug and ,.vested," not spent, by his .Gov Meets First and Third Tuesday
1( the Budget Bureau doesn't dispute sugar-coat the rest under the ernment. Investment or expenditure I I W. M.
: i I these new and more realistic )heading of "capital budget. it still takes your tax dol. I Dean M. Peterson
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estimates. This is a device they've cookedup !
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.. to avoid facing up to the unpleasant -
.' could sure be Government cut well below spending the I 'job"of cutting down on Subscribe to The FlaKIer Triune, $2.50 Yearly in Advance ..
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}: estimates without spending.
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" : endangering our national defense -. Their idea Is I to juggle the
. Governments books setting: aside billionsof
. ., or necessary by I Notice--$5 For Information ,
rvlces.' But we ,Just have to dollars of annual Federal :

.' face it-the. prospects for extensive spending 'under the bookkeeping I '
I want the names of all the of Juvenile 'Crimi-
'. .. S. (Syd),Herlong. reductions in spending are I heading of "investments" and gang. .
nals who -entered on property, near the- school
'l It to some of dim Indeed.t not include, expenditures
: may appear : you
r. =. that the cuts the House has-been The regular appropriationsbills in:the regular housekeeping bud-: house in January; defaced one side of the house

, __..' making in some. of, the appro- .are not the full_ measureof get' of- the Federal Government.Thus with lewd ''and obscene jokes about "Betty" (a

priations bills will assure the Federal .spending.__Take, for money spent for post of- school girl 1) ; 'then broke tiO panes of ,glass in the
.' is in thePresident's example, the comm itments fices, dams, Federal office build-
Congress, cooperating windows and back door; then entered, the house
.' effort. to balance the which pile up for such things ings and various .other Govern- and played havoc-with its contents. Every drawer,
,; facilities' 'would be
budget. as housing, airports, :aid to eco: ment not
as'"expenditures" ''but box and bundle was opened and contents scattered,
;. I am very unhappy to report, nomically depressed areas, and listed '
." however, that such is not the Federal aid to various? local public would be called "investments." soiled and torn ; glass, china and furniture broken;

case. It is quite clear now that i works. There is strong support Then, these phonies blithely clocks and antiques damaged ; stoves broken, 'etc. .

;\., the budget cannot .be balanced in Congress for programsof reason, we can balance Govern They left it in shambles taking articles not too
even if Congress' gives the-Presi this sort requiring much ment income and outgo in the to' .
:i-;: dent the' 1% cent.;gasoline tax more money than the President regular ,day-to-day operation of carry. .

'; increase and the one cent In- proposed. When these commit the Government and have on The logical result of Junevile Criminal gangs' Idiotic
. crease in the first class mail ments are made, the'money the side but not in the budget brain work.

;!J' rate. There is .litle support for i must be found to pay for them. what' is spent on capital), im .
., these tax increases and I don't So it looks like ,we'Il continue provements. They just gloss My property near the school house has been robbed
': .. think the will with deficit with the over the fact that these capital "
\ Congress approve financing, three (3) times by Junevile Criminal gangs in Bun-
improvements take tax dollars
them. Government borrowing more and '
,- It now appears also that the more at increasing interest}, ratesto just like any other -Government. nell: .

President's budget' advisers were be repaid by the taxpayers, expenditure. ,(All names of informants will be held confidential).
too optimistic in their estimates their children and their chil The fight against inflation and

,', of Government income. They dren's 'children.Believe unsound fiscal policies can't be JAMES S. McDONOGH,

:. estimated income for,, the fiscal me, I'll do everythingI won with pious platitudes. It b
C/o Tribune Bunnell Fla.
: Flagler ,
takes a stern'facing'up to reali-
year beginning July' 1 at 77.1 can to curb unnecessary spend-
.' billion dollars. Now the staff ing. But my voice and my voteIs ties and a firm determination to

experts of the Joint Congressional but a minority of one so of- "
,: Committee on Internal Rev ten when the reckless spenders F


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'':# ; -i Care entire area.. : -:, it takes for the sprinkler to ,distribute IN .THE COUNTY,JUUGE'S COUR1 I IN' THE CIRCUIT"COrRT"OF.'
: iivj>' '*.' .* Waterdistribution can>,be, determined one inch of water in the :FLORIDA. IN PROBATE ?NOr + 'IN CHANCERY' ft O.' 38S9

I ; by placing empty ., IN RE: MARY, ; JEAN ;
cans, cans. j SHORT.Plaintiff.
Insuresuccessruli' Estate of F. M. Townsend. .. .
fs:; I, I spch ,as 'coffee cans, every two White adds that, lawns with Deceased.. .. .

; "' t feet away ,from ,the,'sprinkler shade, trees may'require watering :- NOTICE ALL' CREDITORS TO CREDITORSTO AND ALL ,RALPH L.-' SHORT,Defendant.._ *.

":-" \ This head..- ;Thendetermine how longI often. PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OF NOTICE TO DEFEND *
f1j: 't' TATE. Ralph L. Short r

: .. .. .. ... .. . .. .. You and each of you. are hereto Address UnknownYou
t Success of the lawn throughout I"" -. ... ...11#.......we..:... ...tl'........l'.I .-........ ...:... notified and required to presentany are' hereby notified that a

:t, the, growing season is generally claims and demands which you. suit has been filed against you in

t. ,determined by' the care it i.I I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY or Deceased either Estate,of late of you F.of may M.Flagler have TOWNSEND County againstthe are the hereby above entitled required cause to file; yout and you an-
'e receives. ng the spring period; I Florida to the HON. DUANE A. swer with the Clerk of ,this Court.
and to
. DEEN. County Judge of Flaglei serve a copy thereof upon
t" says Ralph White 'Jr., assistan I _hJ.MAA*..MAAMl.. *..JlJlAAJUlAKAJUJUUUJUUUuuLajLaJULJAUTO .... ....I..... ..... .... ...... County at his office in the County the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
horticulturist with 'the ,Florida; i it I Courthouse :in Bunnell Flagler whose name and address is:
SERVICE_ BOAT SERVICE ., County. Florida. within eight W. Cecil Grant
! ;, Agricultural ,,Extension::;Service. 'I I I months from the date' of the first m% Main Street Floridariot
publication of this Note. Daytona'Beach.
Spring' care of an established McDANIEL'S ORMOND MARINANEW Each claim or demand must bIn < later than May 16th A. D. 1959.

t:,.. lawn should'include proper feedIng i writing and must state the placeof If you fail ,to do 80, decree pro
residence and post-office addressof confesso will be entered against
t i. ,mowing and water in. ;1'0 .Service Station boats on trailers the claimant and must be swornto you for the relief demanded in the

get the off,to a good start, : .. Concrete Ramp by the claimant, his agent. or bill of complaint. The nature of
\ STANDARD OIL PRODUCTSTiresBatteriesMinor MARINE WAYS-EXPERT REPAIRS his attorney, or it will become void said suit being for divorce and
.\ White says apply a complete Boats rebuilt & refinished according to law. custody of minor child. .
I DATED April 14th. A.D. 1959. WITNESS my hand and seal of
t; _fertilizer containing nitrogen, : Repairs. Gulf white, gas & marine product CLARA, S. TOWNSEND said Court this 13th day of AprilA

r phosphorus and potassiumIn'i Bunnell ID'7-7119. 1618 John Anderson Dr. OH 7-263! W. H. MORRISAs D. 1959.Official .
Executors of the Last Will ( Seal)
==, March. He suggests a 66.6 or: BOATS AND MOTORS and Testament of F. .M. RALPH E. HARBERT

:: similar analysis, containing 25 SEND. Deceased. TO\VN-I Clerk of said Circuit Court
; fiddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION; First Publication on: April 16-23-30 & May 7-'iltc
r per cent water-insoluble, organic Johnson's Boat Basin Mitchell, Donahoo &. Rogers --- -
*" Fla. Natl. Bank Bldg., IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
nitr at'the rate of 20 lbs. I
gen, BOATS & MOTORS Jacksonville Florida AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY,
l. per 1,000 square feet of. area. I GULF TIRES & 'BATTERIES' April,16-23-30,& May: 7:-4te FLORIDA IV CHANCERY NO. 3623.
.. Rented 7 'days a week I CLARA. A. HALE HOOKER. '
I For Ce'nterpede grass, one-hal IN THE CIRCUIT Plaintiff
Open 7 A.1L: -10 P.M.. -7 Days Live Bait-Launching Ramp SEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCUiT. IN I
> of this application is recom vs.
Fishing :Tackle AND JOHN A. HOOKER
v" State &Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190
mended. Apply the fertilizer LER. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY Defendant
10 mi. N. Flagler Beach on Ala NO. 3666
: : with a spreader to insure; even IN. RE: Adoption of THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:

" distribution To prevent burning Colonial? Service' Station ERNEST WAYNE FENDER. JR. John A. Hooker 184'. East Whitney
Street. Savannah. Georgia:
'. the grass, water thoroughly KARL E, RICE, Proprietor IGASOILLUBRICATION t. FATE FENDER. minors You are hereby notified that a '
' by FRANK HUTCHESON. suit has been brought against you
Immediately afterward. Largest and Most Complete
b, I NOTICE for divorce "In the Circuit Court

t" ,The best mowing practice Ito MOTOR TUNE-UP 'Stock ,of Boats, Motors I TO'ERNEST.'VAYN Resldenceunknown FENDER.; Sr. I for Flagler County' Florida. In ,
, GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES : Chancery by Clara A. Hale Hooker
cut the grass.often enough to i Marine Supplies in 'the ,Area YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 'and you are hereby required to
that a' Petition for the Adoptionof
U.a (personally or by attorney). I
maintain the recommended I the white minor children. ERN- with the Clerk of said Court your
St. Augustine-Ph. VA 9-2764 EST WAYNE FENDER, Jr. and written defenses If any to the
height without removing to' .
SUZANNE FAYE FENDER, male Complaint in said suit on or before
r much\grass at"'any one time. "A Hall's Atlantic StationJack CLEANERS ,, 'I'' and female respectively was filed the 27th day ,of April 1959. and
in the above cause on the 10th day further, within said period of time
' good rule," says White,,"is never Hall Proprietor lof March A. D. 1959 by FRANK to serve said written defenses. If
BUNNELL CLEANERS I HUTCHESON. and -you are hereby any. upon Upchurch Melton & Up-
. remove more than half as much II' commanded to, be and appear in church Plaintiff's attorneys, whose
grass as. you leave." GASOOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccesories EVERY CLEANING I the above-named Court on or before address is 600 Exchange Bank
1 the 18 day of May. A. D. 1959., Building St. Augustine. Florida;
Recommended mowing heIghts! SERVICE .; to show, cause if any there be, and The Flagler Tribune" which
'' ROAD SERVICE why the Petition for Adoption is a newspaper meeting the require-
in inches for Florida lawn I Open Daily 8-5:30 I should not be granted. ments prescribed by law for such
. \. "* 8-6:30 I Dated this 14 day of April, A. 'D. purposes, is hereby designated
. grasses 'are: Bermuda: and zoy BUNNELL 'Tel.-II) 7-3652 Saturday 1959. the as
j newspaper In which this notice
sia, U to 1%;; centerpede and B MMMH a *MBHMBMM M a M B BMaaaWB HaiBa Me B B B aaa Phone ID 7-3188 ,' (Seal) shall be published once each week

carpet, 1U to 2; St. Augustine JOE MORRISPURE -I 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell I'I Clerk RALPH of E.Circuit HARBERRT Court, Flag- for fail four not consecutive or judgment weeks.will HereIn be-

and bahia ler County. entered agaInst you by default.
1% to 2%.
OIL t DRUG STORES April 16-23-30 & May 7-itc _, WITNESS my hand and seal of
Mowing higher or lower may said Court at Bunnell. Flagler
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF County, Florida. this
I> ,reduce turf,, vigor and perform GAS-OIL LUBRICATION .4 Anderson Drug Store FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA March, 1959. day of

ance. Weed invasion and thatch TIRES ,:...- ACCESSORIES .' I JOSEPH IN CHANCERY 3685 (Official Seal) .
Prescriptions POCCHIARI.Plaintiff RALPH E. HA{ BERT
buildup also could occur. Open 7:30 A.M. to 9 P.M. ASIClerk ot'the above styled,
Sick Room Supplies VS. "
"Avoid light, frequent water- FLAGLER BEACH Sundries ANITA POCCHIARI.Defendant. Upchurch.rMelton to Upchurch
i 600 Exchange .Bank Building
Ings, says White. 'They cause .
NOTICE TO DEFEND ; St. Augustine- Florida
. shallow rooting and weed en BUNNELL THE STATE..OF FLORIDA TO Attorneys for Plaintiff -

croachment. The best practiceis Jr L. Presswood Garage, R Anita Address Pocchiarl t UnknownYou March 26/ & April 2-9-16-4tc I

to water when the grass needs STANDARD PRODUCTS Thompson ,PharmacyYour are hereby 'notified that a IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
suit has been filed against you In FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA
It. Once a week for sunny lawns Road Health Is Wealth the above entitled cause; and 'you IN' CHANCERY NO. 36TT ,
Service ,
I General Repairing- are hereby required to file your an- CLAYTON S: GREENE,
'should be sufficient. Wet the Visit Our Grocery Department Put, YourPRESCRIPTIONS I ewer'with the Clerk of this Court Plaintiff
and to serve a copy thereof upon
: soil to of foot at I
a depth one For Frozen Foods and Staples the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney JOHNNIE vs.

each.watering,applying approximately FLAGLER' BEACH In Our Hands whose Samuel name and V. Holch address. Is: GREENE. Defendant

one inch of water to theM 141 W. Granada-Ormond 7-3676 Box. 471 NOTICE TO DEPEND

..: East Pal atka, Floridanot THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
later than May Ist'-.A.D. 1959. Johnnie Gree eResldenee
Gulf Service
l Sullivan's I FLORISTS If you .fail to do so, decree pro Unknown ...
..... confesso will be. entered against You are hereby notified that a
GULF you for the relief demanded.in the I I suit has been filed against you In
GASOILSLUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSORIES Blacks Flower ShopPhone bill of complaint. The nature of .' the above entitled cause; and you
TneWORLDOUTpQOJRS said suit being for ,divorce. '- the above entitled cause; and you
Beach Information IDlewood 7-3348 WITNESS my .hand .and seal of I rare hereby required to file your
"Specializing In Service and P.O. Box 3 Bunnell.. Fla. said Court this 31st, day x>f MarchA. answer with the Clerk of this Court.
and to
Clean Rest Rooms"In D. 1959. serve a copy thereof upon
'heart of Flagler Beach, Flowers For All Occasions (Official Seal) the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
The RALPH E. HARI3ERTClerk whose name and address' Is:
We accept orders for Delivery of said Circuit Court W.' Cecil Grant

in the U.S.A. April 2-9-16-23--ttc 407% Main St.
I AUTO REPAIRS I II if Daytona Beach. Florida
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF not later than April 24th A. D. 1959.
FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA. If you fail to do so decree
the boat fisherman whether FLOOR COVERING pro
pXR r Shield's Service Station, IN CHANCERY NO. 367O confesso will entered against you
he fishes with live or artificial I WALTER MACKIEWICZ. JR. for the relief demanded In the bill

bait, the modem mobility offered Chester McKenzIe Mechanic Tilecraft Company"LET 'PlaIntiff of suit complaint. The nature of said
I VS. being for Divorce.
by both land and 'water vehicles COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS ANTOINETTE MACKIEWICZDefendant WITNESS, my hand and seal of

t has taken most of the fatiguefrom Right Now We'll Overhaul and US FLOOR YOU" laid Court 'this 23rd' day of March.
fishing. Repair Your 'Power Mower Armstrong & Kentile I! THE STATE OF FLORIDA .TO: ([ tALI'H *

There was a time when gettingto No' Job. Too, Big Or Too Small Sold and InstalledAll I I Antoinette Mackiewicz E. HARBERT
110 Market Street Clerk of said Circuit Court
St.. Bunnell
111 'No. Bay
.. good fishing meant days of Work ,Guaranteed Port Carbon. Pennsylvania I March .:ti & April 2-9-16-Uc

walking, a portage,, two-quite Ormond Beach OR 7-3181 You are hereby notified that'a I
66 Service suit .has been filed against you In I IN TilE CIRCUIT IX AND FOR
often a bone-tiring journey even ,.Smitty's the above entitled cause; and you THE COUNTY OF PLAGLER,
before the first.effort.at catching I. HARDWARE are hereby required to file your SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
fish. Phone HE 9-2321 answer with,the Clerk of this Court FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY 36S3 ,
a The :Most Complete .:ModernAuto Bunnell Farmers Supply Co. and to serve a copy thereof upon Francesco Antonio Brlganti. .
t Today, the outboard boat-motor. Service on I the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney Plaintiff
trailer combination gets,the -fisherman JOHN DEERE ,I whose name and address is: '
FLAGLER BEACH Agricultural & Industrial Equipment Ray Selden asqualina Lincesso Brlganti..
and his equipment close to General Repairs-Wheel Balancing STEEL' 1 I Selden Building Defendant."
top-notch fishing waters without Towing & Wrecking i I I Daytona Beach. Florida'
Bars & Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled PUBLICATION
TV stamps not later than April 24th A. D. 1959. NOTICE OF
1 ever leaving paved roads. And. Black& Galvanized Pipe & Fittings !I If you fail to do so. decree pro ''IN THE N..%MK OF THE STATE

if an angler really wants solitude, LAWN MOWER: REPAIRS I confesso will entered against you OF FLORIDA;
for the relief demanded in the bill TO: PASQUALINA LINCESSOBRIGANTl
he can rely on a fast, dependable AUTO pUrrS-USF.D DEEN RD. Phone ID 73143 I I of complaint. The nature 'of said. whose place of
outboard motor to take him there! suit being for Divorce. residence and address is un-
I I WITNESS hand and seal of 'known to the Plantiff but
.: by water' and bring him back Vet's Service Station laid Court this 24th day of MarchA. whose last known address
again. D. 1959.Official ; / was In the City t>f Taranto,

t., Too. the' outboard has added NEW & USED, PARTS Margaret Givens i ([ RALPH Seal),, E., HARBERT GnEE-il s: t

another popular method of fishing Top Prices Paid for Wrecked Cars Clerk of said Circuit Court YOU ARE HEREBY cited, notified -
Reg, Real Estate Broker ordered and required -
Karch admonished
26 & April -9-16-4tc
-trolling-which gives the fisher '24 Hour Towing and Wrecking Public. .
Notary I [ to file 'your anav/er to the
;. man even more fishing time if he .Service Specializing In bill of. complaint filed herein

;' isn't in a hurry to get from one U.S. 1.South-ID 7-3357'or 7.3470 'OCEAN & RIVER PROPERTIES I cause against.. in:you the In office the of above the Clerk entitled of ,

favorite spot to another. Trolling Phone HEmlock 9.2035 ]I Ilii1P 3Uarjler( (UribunrBUMYELL the Circuit Court in and for Flag-

enthusiasts generally prefer heavier Ken Mar ,Motel-Flagler peach ler County. Florida. on or before
the 5th day of May. 1959.; and to
rods reels and line than casters ,' BAR' AND PACKAGE STORE FLORIDA Iserve a copy ,of such answer upon

-' and probably the most pop; I I I BUILDING SUPPLIES I Attorneys HAWKINS, ORFINGER for Plalntl'f to MOORE herein

,, ular trolling lure is a wobbly or 'LUCKY'S BAR WICKLINE MRS. M. B. FULLER, Editor whose address is 218 East Granada,
darting ..poori.'TrolUng I .. ; Avenue. Post Office Box 1934.' Or-
FLA'GLER t mond Florida. on or before
BEACH Beach.
; like other fishing i Building Supplies ne........ OfleUl ,Pa la atle. said date alt required by the Florida -
S methods, requires study and experimentation Niter I Equity Rules. '
; It's 'best to start Dancing Saturday CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS f.r Pablle iTetlrea ef Plaster THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE Is

trolling In.eight or 10_feet of water Jam Session Sunday P.M. STEEL Ceaaty._ HaaIdpalltlet taereia I hereby which designated this order as,the shall newspaperIn be pub- I

r. ,.moving just fast enough to get sad the State ef n..... lshed.once a"" week for four con-
HE 9-2254 secutive
STORE weeks.
BAR PACKAGE Flagler ,Beach -7 .,
t the proper action from your,lure. HEREIN FAIL ':OT OR A DECREE -

If this produces no results move I RESTAURANTSEASIDE Entered aa see .* claaa latter : PRO coxFssao WILL' BE
............. _.... I ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR
to deeper water and change to ,. .
a .. ..... I. I February I,1.IS.at tae r..t.aft SUCH FAILURE.. The 'nature. of
deeper lure. One method of de- : this. for divorce.
\ O,. P.,ALFORB : MANORGAY'S '.t BnaaelL PlerlAa.fader act Nilarek.s:18Tr WITNESS MY HAND and seal of
terming what Is best oi1a'.g1ven 1 i I office at Bunnell. Flagler County. .
day is to start using two rigs at Bagictmd PLACE :; Florida this; 26th', :day of March '

two different depths and with'live ,1 I -* BEER ON' TAP A.. D. 1959. \ "
Real Estate.Broke: BEER & WINE TO GO (Seal.) RALPH E. IIARBERT I .
; and,, artificial, bait .' .' and the n HOT PIZZA.IN 3 MINUTES !One yeartom.. Clerk Circuit Court ,
** lA-j.i/a.
change over to the method that 2 ', fD+ saN."r. I'IedI1a-' --- ., SANDWICHES ALL; KINDS olx mnalti.. .._...:.'LU I Flagler County B. Florida- i '
By Audrey McKnightDepPtyC1etIC
produces the most strikes.. ..w.w. ... Flagler Beach HE 9-2141 1 i
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.: ,' I-- AND LATITUDE i;narrow from north to south. them to think of _east-west
, (length) and lath. Since the entire"world' for, the measurements as length; and

':,; '" breath) ,are ancient terms. early Greeks consisted of this north south measurements as .
dlterranea_ is, long from sea and fringe of land around width.CLASSIFIED. .
.. west and comparatively i its shores, it was natural for I r
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'Tickets i
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Available I cemta per word seek laaertioa*
-' Members of FR= a Oo SO cent. la mlalmam- !large-'

,a.: said today W'N' &" A* ; 0 "'> FOR SALE- -room house with
:-'. .ets and : 2 lots on Deen ,Road. ContactC.
,, ";Cabbage Ball : i 18I F. Smith at the, property.
r Mathers ) 416.2tp
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for'Saturday' .........
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f' Avalon St., Venice Park, Flag-
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furnishing the
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t: "' to her home .I day? We will train and finance

: University I dependable manor woman, over
;:. N. C., where' I I j I ......... 21, for part or full time McNess
,' went surgery. Route Work. Write McNess Co.,
' I I Box 2766, DeSoto Sta. Memphis,
3 David Lewis j i I 2, Tenn. 4.16ltpPACKARD
w.; local hospital

t;; treatment for .
,' r bone which y, r 4F{ MADE-TO-MEASURE SHIRTS
swimming in Tailored to individual measurementsOver
.. 100 Fabrics for Dress Sport
f I MODEL LB-JO 'Shirts.
f Mrs. L. L. Fit any Man, regardless of size.
' rww+e4. :ti'ip Lwiia::r} Choice of Collar. Cuff. Body Style.
.. guest. Sunday : Three Full Width Shelves f Satisfied customers-Coast to Coast
;; H. Gwinner of : Simplified Single Dial C. K. MUZYKA .
Gwinner Temperature Control
"7 ., in New Smyr Full Width Freezer ONLY ONE LEFT
parents. Full Width Chiller Tray r<: ::; f Veterans, you can move into
: Butter Keeper Keeps Butter rw ;}< your new bedroom home
; Mr. and Just Right for Spreading w t NO DOWN PAYMENTPay
and HOME' OFHMM4YYY only closing costs, and havea
Removable Adjustable
: Decatur and
S Door Shelves GI Mortgage with only 4%%
Ham of East
.. interest. 'These are unusuallywell
spending a LOWPRICIi5 built homes, on beautifulsha'
at Lake
- ? ., FsZR.n1. d ad lots in Palm Harbor,
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Mrs. Elloltt :% ;
Flagler Beach. Come see for
t of the Lodge.' :.
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t;'' premises Sunday 2 to 5 P. M.
:;: Mr. and 4enitt A. R. Thomas, .Inc., RE Broker, .

t- of Decatur, ? Daytona, Beach, CL 21581.,
: at Lake Appliance Gas Company
They are : April 16.ltc _

and are' ID 7-3551 Bunnell, FloridaBRANNAM'S' FLAGLER BEACHHOUSEWIVES ,

t" A If you have four hours per! day
Through an and need extra money why not '
.tom'h be the AVON Representative in
Ralph your neighborhood Women over
of the V. F. 35 given special -consideration -
; WRITE Mrs. Jean Mila-
t included in nich. Box. 246. Lockhart. Fla.
> ried in last '

Tribune. We --S F-ood.Market FOR SALE-owner leaving vi.
\_ oversight. cinity. Choice location on Ocean
Front near to motels.

.,.n:i J1 I II .Your= Red '& White Store Combination Coffee & Gift Shop

. ... I I I I fully equipped. Includes build. '
'' 119 N. ,BAY St. Phone ID 7: 496 ing, stock and equipment. Bar.

-;:. I gain for quick sale., Phone HE

t-ti'_, A FROZEN. FOODS 9.2095 for information. 4-92tc

'" 10 oz: FOR RENT-At Flagler Beach .

r \ LIMAS OR 3 bedroom unfurnished house.
See Harold Massie at Flagler

t. SPEARS .'. :>'2 .r49e Beach. li27tfJOHNSTON'S '
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if'C. > -- us your real estate needs

-Tip No. 1 Office Phone HE 9.2032

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(f'p: 'SIX .' '. ....... 'THE fLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, April 16, 1959

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,;,\ : J Five Fine New Fibers "/7 Potato. Q>UMite>U upbraided by the state experts. r the grower says: "All right, do of the empty sacks and deducts

Any man who' can think up a the best'you can ,for me, will_ freightage, demurrage, storage,
'f' Have Been Developed i1Is" new way of .-rejecting potatoes you?" And goes out to load up. lighterage towage, breakage
is called. a horticultural inspect another-car. postage and his own age. That

: New fibers are constantly be- Potatoes are groWn to keep or'' and given a $10,000 job by The broker brings them back, leaves the grower's children en-

I: lng' .Introduced, the f highly the vines from, blowing away, the state. I to the next town, sells them for i tering the orphanage. .
:' com:pet i t 1 v.e, textile market the grower from going away, After the'grower does all this, '10 per cent less then the price I, DeLorengo. & Steflik,

',. Homemakers will want to know and the buyer from throwing and gets what potatoes are left ----
r their names and characteristics. away his 'money on Wall Street, into a freight car, he turns them .
i; :, Some of'these'newer fibers are loaded dice, pumpkin games or over to a ,broker. He, is this be- '

t"t'...... '. Zefran Corval' Topel, Creslan I simpler forms of, gambling.. cause he is the same as the The Bible Says: ,
and Kodel., grower, only broker. This man TV Bob
Potatoes are.handled as though (Jesus) "Him that cometh unto
':! Zefran can be knitted or wov- sends them 2,000 miles away and
: they were worth a million doll- I me I will in' no wise cast out.
-en. It is most successful if has them looked at by a colorblind
ors. They are sprayed over by (John 637.b I ) SERVICEall
blended with a natural fiber. It confederate who telegraphsback !
the grower, prayed over by his \
be used in men's: and wom- that they can't handle the makes
wife and preyed upon by the
en's suitings, coatings and carat. any price account of lack Listen"HEROLD
t"can buyer. They are nitrated, freight I
'.: ,sweaters. It also has properties of color. Try to get a half- Sales, Tubes and
rated and berated., They' are
.- that might make it suitable for dollar per hundredweight. OF TRUTH"Over
r thinned washed, ,rinsed, sized, Antenna Installation
; carpets and blankets. Zefran, Then they call in the grade
wiped, labeled and selected.They WPDQ, ,600'KC at 8:30 a.m.
r. which is naturally a good white, i guesser. The paid guesser is PHONE HE 9-2204
are inspected dissc ted and re- SUNDAY
: can be dyed in a wide variety called an inspector'by the authorities
., I jected.[ - - - - -
of colors. a crook by the buyer I -
I" I Corval gives warmth and, is I They are graded by the grower, and a fool by the grower. After 1--- ,

,' good for .blending :with wool. regarded by the inspector and two or more telephone calls, I 1i IHSURE-Stay Insured & Rest Assured '

: Work is being done on its uses. I ....-_--- ..... 'un ]i 1
: Topel is designed for use alone V'
l. or in blends with cotton, acetate I GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM

i : and nylon. Both fibers are as >.. <;i0t : 1
',' I ; ;
absorbent as cotton. ,Progressive ;
'" ,. shrinkage has been decreased. I "'. I .

i-:: They are about as strong as, dry .
'>' Citizens Bank 'Bunnell Florida,
r; rayon, and are stronger wet than ,
*- dry. Caustic alkalis have little
I. -
effect on them, and they can be
resin treated to' obtain good

r.:. wrinkle,' resistance.; CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
The fiber of Creslan is strong

i;. and gives bulk. It washes or
A. H. CRAIGFuneral Director. /
y! dry cleans easily and dries

ttr' rapidly. The fiber will be used .' 11 JOHN HARDIN Associate

; in suitings,. coats, ,dress fabrics, Q \.:': :... : ... AIR. OXYGEN
:. 'P' LADY
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shirtings, 'sportSwear, sweaters, .,. .. ,,.. CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
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jersey fabrics, hoisery and un- : <. : : < .. ATTENDANT AMBULANCES

\..., derwear. .
Kodel. also has' many proper
Phone ID 7-3532
'', :ties which the homemaker will NEW HELICOPTER The Navy has ordered production of a I
sew high-speed, all-weather helicopter from Kaman Aircraft.It'a
: welcome. An iron at 425 degrees .
shown here in mockup. <
;, F. can safely be used on a gar
ment of Kodel. Shrinkage is

less than one per cent in boiling .
r';; water.. 'Kod l ,is ,naturally M 1 .

.. white and dyes ,readily. Acids : 2O
slices costs %
;, or alkalis, normally encounter Chevy gasoline by ; .

ed by apparel fabrics, do,not affect ,
'. Kodel. It also is resistant '
to weathering. and dry cleaning on hot bakery delivery job t

-agents. _
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We wish to, thank Father -'l 0:0 : /' *'#* ;;/' ," 4/j.'f'V'ffy. *
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.' Smith, John Hardin; all relatives, + r. >"' -' < >, '? ?' '*"',.".' .Vxf' -
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r neighbors, and friends from Flag- .C YY f}i.: .f rlr{
C .Y..V Yk.. ..
ler and Volusia counties for their r'J' f.r. .
xa f.
L Lwkr many kind and sympathetic, ..,}...>.;;=y{. ..., :i H%.r iv:}wr Nry J..{

acts during our recent breave- r. v .vr x. i. ktYf 5:;:.,.,} 4 V+ ..i..}% i
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; ment. The 'beautiful floral' of .rth : ::Y%"i;ir 3
: feringwas especially appreci

r. ated.. Your kindness has meant

;, much to us. ......:... ,
Ted Piechoclnski and Family

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We wish to express our many
''':'' thanks to our friends and neighbors *
: for the beautiful flowers, .
; cards, kindnesses and words of
" :sympathy'during the illness and ,

t ".' death of our .beloved husband .. -.- --. .jF I .
!:. and father.' UNIVAC DELIVERS THE PROOF! -' .

t. I The F. M. Townsend Family ... -_._)
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y s PURE OIL TIPS l lk .. LFV ; Delivering fresh bread daily to millions of consumers, the

: r Southern Bakeries Co. of Atlanta makes stern demands on its r

CLIFTON WEBB trucks. And, according to the Company's Univac machine, the "

F Chevrolets in the'fleet are delivering 2.1 more miles per gallon ,

? > than the other makes ut-saving'em all btf 201 E

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r Chevy's a born dollar-saver, ,whether hopping to it on hurry-up ,'." -I
,chores or hauling heavyweight loads on long, hard grinds. Everythingthese .t'

,. .trucks offer,is aimed at fattening your pocketbook. New versions of '" '....tiThe ;, .
,t' Southern Bakeries Company famous 6's nurse a gallon of gas like nothing you've ever known in trucks. i"- ,, .
t.. uses a Univac Computer to be Big, tough V8's for every truck series have the shortest stroke design-the ; -

f'' ', sure of top economy.The machine savingest design-of any comparable engines. Durable chassis components : .+ ; I
.j offers proof that Chevy delivers hike. up profits by holding down maintenance. costs. :,.:t /
ir fiTr I 20% better fuel economy than Whatever you do, you'll do it at less expense with a Chevrolet light-, ;l.

any other trucks ,in their fleet medium- heavy-duty truck. .See your nearby ,Chevrolet dealer soon! ./'. <,
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.",,.. ., No job's too tough, for a, Chevrolet truck! ,'" ::' {L ..

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"H. says,,sott'um swell Coes." ... .J... ::'i, < : '. ,For a "Spring Sales Spectacular" deal see'1/our.local authorized Chevrolet dealer'f-'i:,": ::1. : !

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