The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: April 23, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00122
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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;'.J .. Daytona Beach; Cancer Drive Set

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f't. :,.., State Contest For Next TuesdayLast

Flagler ,County's "Biggest Lit minute plans for the
tle Band In Dixie"' enters its
house, to house canvas for the
nal eight days of rehearsals in
Cancer Drive on Tuesday evening
I preparation for the State Music 2s
April are being com
' Contest to be held ,in DaytonaBeach'Thursday
! I pleted ,this week, Drive Chairman
April 30. Thirty- Mrs. John Canakaris said
I I eight bands and 'orchestras from I
;'! today.
...' : the northern half of Florida are
Mrs. Canakaris said committees
)..: 'I I registered for the contest.
have been named for each
?: The band received -Superlor : A Ap .
section of the county and the
.' I I Rating in all phases of the Dis I drive will open at seven'o.clock
;t : trict Contest held in Starke on i
:-' I I in the evening. lasting for one
I I March 14, which qualified them hour.
for the state contest. A brass I
Committees for each sectionare
I sextet composed !of Jimmy Ken- r H. M., PHILLIPS. as, follows:
t dall, Henry Wells, Faye Bass
:Haw Creek
Patsy Durrance
Mike McMillan, Jim Burnsed and Church Of Christ
!., Emergency Fire Softball League I David Shields;' a saxophone Johns Espanola Park, ,Beverly Margie Kinney Emery; and St.

,quartet composed; of Joan Hoff, Series Of Meetings'
Naomi Pellicer; Bimini Mary-
:r? Reporting System To Hold Meeting l Mary Jo Daugherty, Jamesene Tucker and Margie Robertson;

Dawson and Mike Parker; a I I The Church of Christ of Bun Korona Betty Buono and Mrs.

,.:; The Bunnell Fire Department TonightThe clarinet<<; trio composed of Rhoda nell plans a ,series of meetings Buono;; Favoritta, Emogene
': l' Is a volunteer fire department Thiel., Jo Ann' Morris and David I beginning tonight (Thursday) Strickland.

..... with ten firemen. In 1955 South. Summer Softball Programis Cook, all made superior ratings evening at 7:30. I I ,Bunnell, Marie, Muzyka, Mar
t ern Bell installed an emergency to have a meeting at the Bun and will also compete duringthe I :F.. ,A. Talley, of the local I II I garet Clegg,' Bette McDaniel,
', fire reporting system and the nell School ,Gym a* 8:00 P. M., I contest. David Shields received church,said today that "Evang Pearl Blakely, Frances Edrnon-
; fire department has been extremely (tonight a superior rating in student I
elist H.-M. Phillips of New 5ray- son, Leona Eisenbach, Louella
satisfied.. The, system At the meeting last Thursday conducting*and will par I ma Beach will do the'preachingand Been. Mildred Kahlert, Eleanor ,
.: consists I of,'an inward onty line night there, were three teams ,.ticipate. E. L. 'Moore of 'Holly Hill Matherly, Jeanette Jones, Mar-
- ..' located at: the fire department formed with 15 men on each This is the first time that a will direct the singing. garet Cook, Freida Deen, Gayle
1- with onside> extensions located team's roster. ,The High School state contest has-been held'inearFlagler : "Evangelist Phillips," Mr. Kelley, Louise Harris, Janet

r.. in five of' the volunteer _fire- team is sponsored by Harris Ap County and .we hope Talley said, "comes to us well Shields;, Grace Wray, Melba
men's ihorpesi At 'aeh"loCa on pliance and Gas Co., and is that the people here will take I II prepared and experienced in his Brannam, Joan Flatt, and Emma
there is dfcMy which when act managed, by Coy :Harris. The this opportunity to see their work. He had preached' since Murray.At .
ivated triaj, relay In>'the. Central second team is sponsored the band perform for its tenth '
," a by I .I 1907. He has evangelized in 18 Flagler Beach, VirginiaMoodyl3ettyJohnsonLois
?, :, "OfficeVnd.. starts the siren Bunnell ,Restaurant and Coffee I-I straight year.In.a state ,,contest' or ,more. states, and_ :served in Hark-
J( .! 'toblow 'thatIs' located- on*top Shop-and4is:' '1" naged',by'.Cliff The schedule.ior- our.: ,band in allocated-capacity. in numerous I i ness...:Edna ,Farnsworth,..Charlle -
et <
t of the ;ire(hoiise. Sheffield." 'The third ,team -is I the Daytona .Beach Contest:is as congregations in'Tennessee- and Mathews, MictfeyMassie, Isla

t '. In a recent interview by E. sponsored by Phl11ip; "66" and follows: in Florida," MrTalley said. Kester: Besle Thiel, Myrtle Cash,
'. : A. Rily of Southern Bell with managed by:Miller Teters. I Concert playing, ,Peabody Auditorium ,'The-Church of Christ in Bun and .?Irs. Spivey.LeRoy'Hunter ,
f' ,the fire' chief, he advised that The teams chose their colors 9:30 A. M. I nell bids you,come and hear this will be in' ,charge

,. this system has .saved them for their, ;uniforms as iollows; Sightreading, Seabreeze High I able man break to us, the Bread of the Carver Drive.
many costly minutes and has Harris Appliance, red with blue, School Bandroom, 10 A.M. of LIfe,'' Talley concluded.Methodist I I Following the drive the Bun-
., "far' exceeded their expectations. Bunnell Restaurant, green with Student ,Conductor, Seabreeze I. nell committee will meet, with
.r The chief also informed ua how white, and Phillips "66', .gold High School Bandroom, 10:30' Mrs. Canakaris for refreshmentSand

: proud he is of this system, Mr with black. ,A.M. i Plan the Flagler Beach Committee -
r Riley said. In .the meeting tonight the Clarinet Trio, Presbyterian will meet with Mrs. Moodyin
t He pointed out, that at a re- teams are to make out the rules Church, 1 P.M.Saxophone .' HomecomingMay Venice Park for refreshments.
cent fire chiefs convention he ,and by laws. There is ''a special Quartet, Presbyterian I
attended that he wasexplainingthis invitation to all interested per Church 1:10 P.M.

fire reporting'system to oth- sons to go to the meeting tonightor Brass Sextet, Presbyterian Fourth
er fire chiefs. and it was hard : to send word by someone I Church 1:10 P. M. Local Democratic
' for him to convince them' that that is going. On the agenda Marching Contest, Municipal I Plans for the Annual Homecoming i

" ,there was such; a system. The tonight is to, get umpires, and I Stadium, 8 P. M. I at the First Methodist j!Committee HoldsI
' chief is;very 'proud of this sys scorers. Also to elect a secy and I Church, of Bunnell are, :under
: tem and the firemen that make tieas and president, acting president -I way and the date has been set I
f this community project so worth. Coy. Harris said. I CucumberCommittee for ;May 4, Homecoming chair I MeetThursday

.. while,' The. question was asked The games are to be on Tues .man, Mrs. George Clegg,said to- (
about the relocating of the extension day and Thursday- night with i dayI I,I\I The Flagler County Democratic
t. that were 'located at two games each night startingon I Letters have been sent to Executive Comittee met Thurs-
the homes of the volunteer firemen May 5th, Harris said.: former members and ministers II day evening at the Courthousefor
" and were there any .chang Is, FormingA inviting them to I attend the their organizational meeting.All .
es., His reply'was that since the homecoming. A bulletin board officers were re-elected as
'. system has been installed there Pulp People FJorida Cucumber Committee will be provided''' to feature the follows: George Moody Sr.,. as

;,. has not been. one single change, election to nominate committee letters from those' who are riot Chairman and Mrs. Mary Tucker
:;.' thus pointing out the depend Hold BarbecueOfficers members and alternates able to attend. as vice chairman. Secretary-
ability and the pride that each i'' I from District IV to serve on the Following the eleven o'clock treasurer was Mrs. Eula Fuller.
man has in .belonging to, this ,' ,and employees of I committee for the coming year worship service a picnic dinner The possibility ,of holding'
organization.The Hudson Pulp and Paper Co. Relay I has been scheduled for 8 p. m., will be 'served" on the grounds. precinct leadership, training

picture',was taken in front headquarters at Haw Creek Wednesday, May 6, at the ,coun: Folks are asked to, bring,.a'.pie.nic course was discussed and further -
of the Bunnell Fire' Department held a barbecue and outing recently ty agent's office, 215 Fort, King basket, their own plates and plans will ,be made after the
with the Fire Chief H. H. Corley J. C. Viningi.manager of 'Av.e- in Ocala, according to R. utensils. Drinks'and' cups'. will Committee secures more details

and the Assistant Fire Chief, the headquarters said. N. Beville, 'committee manager.All furnished.. i concerning course.
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Chester Ruggles.College Among those 'attending were cucumber growers producing The Committee also made

Mr. and Mrs. W. W., Stuart and cucumbers_. in, a proprietary Flower Show plans to hold Party Night some
Students family of, the .Palatka mill. ..He capacity in Alachua, Baker time during May or the early
is resident manager of the mill. Bradford, Brevard Citrus, Clay part of June. The Comittee will
Will Appear Here Mr. and' Mrs.,Jack Trescott. and. Columbia, Duval, Flagler Gil- To Be Held At have as their guests at that

family.. He Is manager. of the :christ Hernando, Lake, Levy, .! time elected officials of Flagler.
At Bunnell High woods department. Mr., and Mrs. i Marion, Nassau, Orange. Osce- Flagler Manor County.'
H:, .M. .Shirley He is head of ola; Pasco PutnamSeI: nole"St.

Bunnell; .High School students'I I the .wood procurement' department -, Johns, Sumter, Suwannee, Union, The Flagler Beach Garden pub .
will hear two; speakers from the I Mr. and Mrs., C.. G. Mc- and Volusia Counties are urgedto have set the dates for their an- BEACH SCHOOL ,

College ,of.'Education, Universityof I Kelvey Mr. and ,Mrs..Jim Hen:., participate in the selection of 1 nuaj Flower Show as May 2 and (FIRST GRADE! '
Florida,'here,Friday, April 24, derson and Mr.; and Mrs. Bill representation 'from; the area. 13, members of the committee .. "
it waS announced today. I l i Williams all of, Palatka. 'From the list of grower and said'today.The IREGISTRATION r
The :college students are ,Ronald A number of local people were handler nominees chosen 1>y show this year will be 1959.60

'Acne, :.a Junior- ,and Linda I also present, with an attendance growers at the meeting, the Secretary staged at, the Flagler Manor on Flagler Beach first grade began
t. Ann Stafford, freshman" will .of about 75 persons of Agriculture' will select South AlA 'and will be openedon Monday and will continue until
speak;asmembersof: the Florida Jimmy '''Knight and Claude two grower members arid one Saturday and Sunday. May 1, William ''E. Fennell, Jr.,
BlueKey; ,Speakers Bureau. Sponsored I Yelvington'prePared the, barbecue handler member';::with their respective ,All' 'entries/ should, be in, by principal of the school an-
,by the honorary service dinner. alternates: It will be April 29, and those wishing to nounces.He .
fraternity, .the'"speakers will ___ _I __ II' the responsibility, of these committeemen I enter'shOuld, notify Mrs. Amy said "If your child will be
present,.a ,,short. talk' and ques. The extended,right arm'of:.the ';to assist in administering ThreadgilL copy of the sched- six on before' December 31, 1959, "

tlon and i., MWef'about; I' ..,of Liberty Is forty-two I 1 i ,the Cucumber Marketing uel vis> carried .in the ,Flagler I you can' enter him between the
the univef&ty. ,,'-. .,: long, '." 1 i I "'(Continued o.D':page' ,); Beach news'this week. dates named.

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" < Label instructions" should ............ -rte IIi' THE CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH I I. IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT'OF
lowed when mixing ys.be'fOI-1 O. F. AUTOBD FOR FLAGLER COUNTY FLOR- IN CHANCERY NO. 3697
t' Plant's' From Mites don urges thorough : Registered LILY O'DONNELL. awidow, I' Plaintiff,

, ing of plants, wetting 'the_ 1. and VIOLET. WEST
un-I I Plaintiffs. IRENE BARANSKI
Real Estate BrOke ,
derside of leaves. He adds Defendant.

', By Proper Spraying it is usually desirable to respray I lwithin WILLIAM o'TsORG and AN- NOTICE TO DEFEND
i" two, weeks.AREA .. .... .. .1 wife, etc., et al. Irene Baranski
'red ...... ". ..
Spider mites, or spiders, ,. Defendants. 98 Marion Avenue
S .-.-- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .-.. .. .-....-- - -- '
4 are among the more common _. .. .... .. ... . ... .. ........ . "... NOTICE NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE! SALE Buffalo New York
k- IS HEREBY GIVEN, You are hereby notified that a
; pests of Florida ornamental pursuant to Final Decree of Foreclosure suit has been filed against you in
i i dated February 26, 1959 the above entitled cau..i .id you
i plants, according to James E. BUSINE and recorded In Chancery Order are hereby required in Hl- your answer ..
r entomologist with the Book 2%. page .132, in the, Circuit with the Clerk of this Court
Brogdon, Court. Seventh Judicial Circuit in and to thereof
Extension .. .. .. ..... ..", ..." ... .. . and for Flagler County Florida, together the serve a copy upon
l Florida Agricultural ..:.: .........: ::...... .Tririii .TrTrViiTi.rl'..rl'.. .:::... plaintiff.or plaintiff's attorney,
with Amendment to said whose name and address Is:
! Service. 'AUTO SERVICEMcDANIEL'S BOAT SERVICE Final Decree dated April 14th, 1959. Ray Selden
mite feeding results in wherein Lily O'Donnell. a widow Selden Building
L Spider and Violet I. West are plaintiffs, Daytona Beach Florida
small, colorless or yellowish spot ORMOND MARINANEW and William G. Sorg and Anna- not later than May 22nd A. D. 1959.
:' belle Sore, husband and wife: A. S. If you fail to do so, dcoree pro .
at each feeding site. In time, COVERED 'STORAGE Conley, Jr.. trading and doing busi- confesso will be entered against

t S leaves" have a finely dotted ap Service Station .{or boats on -trailers M.ness as Caudill's Concrete; Harvey you for the relief demanded in the
Nowell doing business as Day- bill of complaint. The nature of"said'
t pearance. STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Concrete Ramp I I tona Oak Flooring: T. H. Mitchelland suit being for divorce.
; not MARINE WAYS-EXPERT REPAIRS D. B. Alexander, doing business WITNESS my hang and seal or
"Where controls are applied TIres-Batteries-Minor Repairs Boats rebuilt & refinished as 'Mitchell & Alexander; Willis said Court this 21st day of AprilA.
' Brogdon, "the leaf I W. White; McCormick Lum- D. 1959.Official .
- says Gulf white & marine products
gas ber Company, a Florida Corporation ( Seal)
may develop an off color yellowish Bunnell ID 7-7113 1618 John Anderson Dr. OH 7-263J and Midland Distributors! Inc. RALPH E. HARBERTClerk

condition and a Florida Corporation are defend of said Circuit Court.
or bronzed ants; I will sell to the highest and April23-30 & May 1-U-4tc
> eventually drop from the plant. Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION BOATS AND MOTORS best bidder for cash at the North --
Front Door of the Flagler County IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF
When mites become numerous, Johnson's Boat Basin Courthouse in the City of Bunnell FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA
, Flagler County. Florida, at 11 o'- IN CHANCERY NO. S885
the underside of the leaf has a
clock A. M. the
on day of JOSEPH,
. whitish residue, comprised of GULF TIP.ES"& BATTERIES BOATS & MOTORS May. A. D. 1959, the following described POCCHIARI.Plaintiff,

': many cast skins, eggs, 'and, silk Open 7 A.M.-10 PM.7 Days Rented 7 days a week said final property decree as to-wit set: forth In ANITA POCCHIARI,

Live Bait-Launching Ramp WITNESS my hand and !seal! at
webbing. State &Lambert US '1-ID 7-7190 Bunnell Flagler County Florida, NOTICE TO DEFEND
Mites frequently affect crotons, Fishing Tackle this 15th day of April A. D. 1959. : THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: .
10 mi. N. Flagler, Beach on AlA RALPH E. HARBERT Anita Pocchiarl
pyracanthas, roses chrysanthemums Colonial Service Station' As Clerk Circuit Court Address Unknown ,
r citrus.,Also Flagler County Florida You are hereby notified that, a
and dooryard, BOAT SHOP Aprl{, 23-30 & May 714tc suit( has been filed against you In ,
( infested are azaleas, silverthorn, EARL 'E. RICE "ProprietoFGASOILLUBRICATION ,! the above entitled' cause; and you '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN are hereby required to file your answer -
'. camellias, virburnum; orchids, 'MOTOR, TUNE-UP Largest and Most Complete AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY,',I with the Clerk of this Court
' FLORIDA. IN PROBATE ISO.- and to serve a copy thereof upon
: palms, and ligustrum. GOODYEAR. TIRES & BATTERIES Stock of Boats, Motors' IN RE: I the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney
'To 'aid in ,effective ,mite control Estate of F. M. Townsend whose name and address is:
- V-S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL Marine Supplies in the Area Deceased.NOTICE I Samuel .V. Hooch
commence treatments before TO CREDITORSTO Box 471
the 'mite. population builds to a St. Augustine-Ph. VA 9.2764 : ALL CREDITORS AND ALL East Palatka, Floridanot ,
. PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR later than May 1st A. D. 1959.
'j large size," says the_entomolo- I Hall's ,Atlantic Station DEMANDS AGAINST- SAID. ESTATE. If you fall to do so, decree pro-
; confesso will be entered againstyou
gist. "Learn to recognize, ,mites. Jack,HallProprietor CLEANERS I You and each of you, are hereby for the relief demanded in the
g Examine I notified and required to present bill of complaint. The nature of
plants frequently, GAS-OILS-LUBRICATION BUNNELL CLEANERS any claims and demands which you said suit being for divorce.
r' using a,magnifying:glass if nec.*. I ''I or either of you, may have againstthe I WITNESS my hand and seal of
Tires Batteries Accesories 1 I Estate of F. M. TOWNSEND ,
II EVERY CLEANING said Court this 31st day of MarchA.
! essary., Treat promptly when an I I Deceased, late of Flagler County, D. 1959.
infestation appears.'r ROAD SERVICE SERVICE Florida to the HON. DUANE A. Official Seal)
: I 5:30 DEEN County Judge of Flagler RALPH E. HARBERT
: To control mites, ,Brogdon suggests BUNNELL Tel. ID 7-3652 Open Daily I County at his office in the County Clerk of said Circuit Court
Courthouse in Bunnell. Flagler
Saturday 8-6:30 April 2-S-16-Z3-4tc ;
using miticides rather: County.' Florida within eight

. than insecticides. Kelthane Phone ID 7-3188 months from the ,date of the first IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
. ; JOE MORRIS I 'I publication of this Note. FLAGLER
115 N. St. Bunnell
Bay ,
i., Aramite, :Ovotran, and t Dimite I Each claim or demand must be CHANCERY NO. 36SO
,PURE OIL in writing and must state the place MARY JEAN SHORT
F are. among the least toxic, pesticides : I DRUG STORES of residence and post-office address Plaintiff
'of the claimant and must be swornto ) vs.
to them.
persons handling GAS-OIL-LUBRICATION: by the claimant, his agent, or I II RALPH L. SHORT,

Kelthane: and Ovotran spraysare TIRES. = ACCESSORIESOpen Anderson Drug Store' I his attorney, or It will become void Defendant.
: according to law. NOTICE TO DEFEND
usually made by adding 7:30 A.M. to 9 P.M. DATED April 14th A. D. 1959. THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:

;' to 1% tablespoons of ,the wet- Prescriptions CLARA MORRISAs TOWNSEND Ralph L. Short
Address Unknown
, table powder: per gallon of wa- i! -. Sick Room Supplies Executors the Last Will You are hereby notified that a
and of F. M. TOWNSEND
Testament -
F\ -' Sundries suit has been flledvagainst In
ter. Aramite is mixed at the Deceased. you
. rate of' 1% to .2 of J. L. Presswood Garage First Publication on: April 16. the above entitled 'cause file; and you
tablespoons BUNNELL Mitchell, 'Donahoo & RogersFla. are hereby required to your answer -
with the Clerk of this
15 cent wettable Nat Bank Bldg. Court
per powder per STANDARD PRODUCTS
Jacksonville Florida and to serve a copy thereof upon

t: gallon. I General Repairing-Road Service Moody's PharmacyFlagler April 16-23-30 & May 7-Itc the plaintiff or plaintiff's- attorney
j I __ whose name and address is:
'' Some miticides availableas County's Corner Drug Store
are Visit Our Grocery Department IN THE CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR W. Cecil Grant
f, liquid emulsion concentrates. I PRESCRIPTIONS THE COUNTY OF FLAGLER 407% Main Street
For Frozen Foods and Staples SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, Daytona Beach, Floridanot
' NOTICE OF SALE SERVICE Francesco. Antonio Briganti If you fail to do so, decree pro
Notice la hereby given' that under "I Plaintiff confesso will be entered against .
and pursuant to that certain BunnelL Fla. Phone ID 7-3661 -vs- you for the relief demanded in the
Final Decree of Foreclosure and Sullivan's Gulf Service Pasqualina Lincesso Briganti bill of complaint. The nature of
rendered on the 17th day of
said suit being for divorce and-
.. April A. D. 1959 by the Honorable I Defendant.
GULF Thompson PharmacyYour custody of minor child.
liobt." H. Wingfleld. one of the NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
WITNESS hand and seal of
Judges of the Seventh Judicial Cir- GAS-OILS--LUBRICATION. Health Is Wealth IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF my
r said Court this 13th day of AprilA.
cuit of the FLORIDA :
State of Florida, in and TIRES-TUBES-ACCESSORIES' : 1
I, for Flagler County in that certain Beach -Information Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS TO: PASQUALINA LINCESSO D. 1959.Official .
r. cause lately pending in the Circuit "Specializing in Service and BRIGANTI whose place of ( Seal)
( Court of Flagler County Florida Clean Rest Rooms" residence and address Is unknown RALPH E, HARBERT
i in Chancery, wherein to the Plantiff but Clerk of said Circuit Court
Thomas\Dia- In Our Hands
The Heart of Flagler Beach
mond and wife. Hareklia Diamond, In whose last known address April 16-23-30 & May 7-4tc

' were plaintiffs and Nicholas T. 141 W. Granada-Ormond 7.1421 was in the.. City of Taranto,
r Angelakoa .and wife, Kally Ante Italy.GREETINGS. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
. lakos were defendants, being Case AUTO REPAIRS : FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA
t. No. 3641. I. the undersigned Clerk FLORISTS YOU ARE HEREBY cited, notified IN CHANCERY NO. 3O77
fi of the Circuit ,Court in Flagler admonished, ordered and required CLAYTON S. GREENE,
y' County Florida, will on Friday, Shields. Service Station ( to file your answer to the Plaintiff ,
eo the 8th day of May A. D. 1959. Blacks Flower ShopPhone bill of complaint filed herein vs. I I
at the North front tdoor of the Chester McKenzie Mechanic against you in the above entitled JOHNNIE GREENE, '
Flagler County Courthouse In Bun- I IDlewocd 7-3348 cause, in the office of the Clerk of Defendant
f.: nell, Flagler, County. ,Florida;; dur- COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS Bunnell Fla. the Circuit Court in and for Flag- NOTICE TO DEFEND
P. O. Box 3
regular and legal hours! I Right, Now"We'll Overhaul and County Florida on or before
:, ot sale, otter for sale and sell atKUb.11Cvi Repair Your Power MowerNo Flowers For All OccasionsWe the 5th day of May 1959 and to Johnnie Greene
outcry to the highest and serve a copy of such answer upon Residence UnknownYou
i therefor for cash in Job Too Big Or T
hand In order to satisfy the said 111 No. Bay St, Bunnell Anywhere in the U.S.A. Attorneys. for Plaintiff herein, suit has been filed against you in
Final Decree the above entitled cause; and you
r of Foreclosure and whose address is 218 East Granada
'" Sale aforesaid, the following described Avenue Post Office Box 1934, Or- the above entitled cause; and you
'. personal property, being in Smitty's 66 Service FLOOR COVERING mond Beach Florida ono before I are hereby 'required to file your
Flagler County Florida to-wit. said date as required by the Flor- answer with the Clerk of this Court
. The business known as the Dlx- Phone HE 9-2321 ida Equity 'Rules. and to serve a.,' copy thereof upon
: oV1 the THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE is the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
kitchengandedining room The Most Complete Modern Tilecraft Company hereby designated as the newspaperin whose name and address is:

f.. furniture and fixtures of every Auto Service'on which this order shall be published W. Cecil Grant
" kind and character used in the "LET US FLOOR- YOU" once a week for four. con- 407% Main St.
'Daytona. Beach Floridanot
. operation of said restaurant secutive weeks. '
business as now Repairs Wheel 'Balancing Armstrong & Kentile HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A DECREE later than April 24th A. D. 1959.
. bulldln situated on Lot'T1and' Towing & WreckingTV Sold and Installed 1 PRO CONFESSO' WILL BE If you fall to do so, decree pro
the NW% Lot Stamps I ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR confesso will entered against you'
fl: 17%. Town off nVVlte All Work Guaranteed SUCH FAILURE. The nature of for the relief demanded in the bill
County Florida together with this suit is a bill for divorce. of complaint. The nature of said
' the good will and all AUTO PABTS-USFD Ormond Beach OR 7-3181 WITNESS MY HAND and seal of suit being for Divorce.
occupational -
j WITNESS hand and seal of
licenses. List of Major office at Bunnell. Flagler County my
i equipment mortgaged -hereby HARDWARE Florida this 26th day of March, said Court this 23rd day of MarchA.
is attached hereto and A. D. 1959. D. 1959. .,
Included herein. (Equipment -- Vet's Service Station Bunnell Farmers.Supply Co. (Seal) RALPH' E. HARBERT (Official Seal) '
[. listed RALPH E. HARBERT
given' belOW Clerk. Circuit Court;
Z Deep Freeze ) NEW & USED PARTS JOHN DEERE Flagler County Florida Clerk of said Circuit Court

r ,,1 1 Small Reach gaa In Box Top Prices Paid for Wrecked Cars Agricultural & Industrial Equipment I By Audrey, B. McKnight March 26 & April -S-l6-4tc
. range Deputy Cleric
.1 Gas Deep Fryer 24-Hour Towing and' Wrecking STEEL April 2-9-16-Z3-4tc IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
i .1 Small, Steam, Table. Bars & Shapes Hot & Cold Rotted SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
f' 1 Toaster (Double) ServiceU. Black&Galvanized Pipe & Fittings I AND FOR THE COUNTY OF FLAG-
:. ) S. 1 South ID 7-3557 or 7-3470 LAWN MOWER REPAIRS
1. 1 Upright Ice box : NO. 3666
>,.;s 1 Working Table !t. DEEN RD. Phone ID 73143 i ;t 3Ilsglrr' (ErUranrBUHflTKLL IN RE: Adoption of

1 6 lleYe range ,with grill attached? I ERNEST WAYNE FENDER JR. ;
1 (e) and '

..,..... 1 Dish Washer Sink ''; by FRANK HUTCHESON. '
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1,pan : t 'Margaret'.Givens NOTICETO .
t Ute snt f MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor : ERNEST WAYNE FENDER Sr.
30 Tables; 'f"t r I t Residence unknown
-' 1 Counter WIT stools, ; FLAGLER BEACH Reg;: Real Estate Broker YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
? : 1 Pie Case Notary PublicSpecialising Deisaat.d Oflelal PaMleatl that a Petition for tKe Adoption
"0.;. 1 Adding Machine' Dancing Saturday Kites'' t of the white minor children. ERN-
; 1, J T?writer_. In tor PvUle H.tle .. Flagler EST WAYNE FENDER. Jr. and
i Mise. dishes. glasses and silver Jam Session Sunday P.M. C...ty, Mntelpalltleamm trierelI and female respectively was filed

k .,.! Z3'tHllfh Chairs 'f'P. Phone HEmlock 9-20S5 Beach ... State .. ''WtmtUmBateved in the above cause on the 10th day
Ken Motel Flagler
t :BAR PACKAGE; STORE Mar of March. A. D. 1959, by FRANK "
t 1Drlnk (reach In)', Box HUTCHESON'and you are hereby ,

" 11 CuJhTRe&leter.. ,, aUonal BUILDING SUPPLIES commanded to be and appear In j
4< .' RESTAURANT. mm ..... elm* Mattes the above-named Court on or before -

i 1 Air Conditioner Fctevaiy ..U1I.at tmm mmmtmmc* the 18 day of May, A. D. 195.
U'Napkin holden WICKLINE to show cause if any there be. '
L 2 India Statue. '(Wall Plaques)' SEASIDE MANOR mt mmrnmtO, JI'IuWa. mmmtr. act *f'March why the Petition for Adoption

.' Dated at Bunnell. Flagler County: .GATS 'PLACE Building Supplies 8. 17*. ,should not be granted.
. Florida. this 20th day ot April, A, Dated this 14 day of April. A. X>. '
D. 195?. > 1959. '"
:- .u, Clerk of the' Circuit Court "HOT PIZZA IN S. MINUTES STEEL On year RALPH E. HARBERRT ;

. ,of Plaler'" ,County., Florida ,- SANDWICHES_OP ,ALL< KINDS : BIz month* ., I1J; I I Clerk of Circuit Court. Flag- :
: (Seal ler County. '
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?, April 28-Itc' ," ,' :Flagler Beach -,HE 9-2141 'j Flagler ,Beach HE ;9-2254 .April 16-23-30 & May 7-4tc ,

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i- "- Thursday, April 23, '1959 THE FLAGLER ,TRIBUNE. ,' BUNNELL, FLORIDA '. PAGE' THREEMigrating ,
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--- I scientists have' studied, migrations ,migrates between Europe and. support the, theory that at least ,Subscribe' for The Flakier Tribune

r; BfYield and reported amazing feats the Nile Valley. some birds take their bearings I S2. 0 A Tear In Advance

t the National Geographic,, Society The scientists built a planetarium from heavenly bodies. Still, the --
Secrets says.- A German investigator with a 20-foot dome. The mystery of bird migration is"far, I

y learned that captured 'starlings artificial sky, could be varied to I from solved. And little is known
could find their way back to duplicate the,stars as they would about the physiological mechanisms FOR

To Scientists their nests from'as far as 1,250miles I appear at various points and I of migration that givea SHELL FILL & SAND
the earth. bird the equivalent of a chronometer
I Science is ,slowly dispelling a away. In another experiment seasons on
mystery that has baffled, 'man- a shearwater taken from J The birds were kept in a I a sextant, navigational DIRT CONTRACTS ,
Kind since prehistoric times: bird England to Boston reappeared at I glass topped cage beneath the tables, and a calculating machine i
-mIgration. its nesting -place in 12 days, dome. At migrating time they of amazing aC:iiracy CALL

having' flown 3,000 miles across I would'face in the-direction they '
,of birds
;. The seasonal. flights The Pocahontas 'Field, one of
S stimulated the, interest of Homer, the Atlantic. should'' take to reach their tra the most famous coal fields in the EMIL' tVSINNE

Aristotle," and Bibical -writers.No Racking their brains for an ditional destinations. As the world, was first' tapped by a Phone HE 92094FLAGLER
'doubt migration interestedmen explanation, students of bird mi star patterns changed, the birds I blacksmith, Jordan Nelson, priorto
as long ago as 40,000 B.c., gration wondered if the creatures I would, alter their stances to stay 1881. It has been 'a coal producer .BEACH
for "as early as 'that men were had a sixth sense. Speculaion on the proper course or ,return ,I more than 75 years. .

painting and carving-images of occasionally' ranged into the to the course. When the plante- 1:._ ___ _ - -1-- -.-
tarium as. ,experiment 1
an put
birds. I I realm of phychic phenomena. ,
The 19th century ornithologist J I In the early 1950's, experimenters them at Lake Balkhash, thousands 1
evidence of miles away in the Soviet Notice--$5 For InformationI ,
John James Audubon may have began to turn up ,
1 f birds use'the Union, one warbler unerringly !
been the first bird-bander. Curious that some
I I pointed toward its: usual start- want the of all the of Juvenile Crimi-
to know whether phoebes sun as a compass. The birds names gang ;
that 'nested on his father's ''property 'I I they studied seemed to' have a ing place in Germany.Lost nals who entered on my property,' hear the schoolhouse I

'in Pennsylvania 'returned to' "time sense" to take account of During Overcast in January defaced one side of the house
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Without the ,stars the birds
the "same place year after year, the sun's movement .across the j
I'I seemed to get lost. British investigators with lewd ,and obscene jokes aboutBetty" (a I
he fastened tiny bracelets a- sky.
'found'' with radar school girl) ; then broke 40 panes of glass in the I
Tound the ankles of five nest- But other birds fly at night.
lings. The next summer, threeof Could it be they navigate by that during an overcast migrat windows and' back door; then entered the house I
were scientists ing birds fly around.indecisively. and havoc with its contents. drawer '
the five : back at their the stars? German played Every ,

old haunts. undertook an ingenious experiment When that happens, they tend box, and bundle was opened and, contents scattered, I
to drift with the wind, and
File 1 OceanAloaeSlnce"Audubon's? to answer the question. sometimes wander >far off course soiled and torn; glass, china and furniture broken ; ,
time, many Their subject was a warbler tHIGH
;. until the'sta/s are again visible. clocks and antiques damaged ; stoves broken, etc.

The experiments appear to They left it in shambles taking articles not too
heavy 'to carry.

T1tE CgUC1AL =rZ00 Draglihing The logical result of Junevile Criminal gangs' Idiotic
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MtDLEY RlLAY r, t a n brain work. .

WatT r .a j 4RKr BulldozingLand My property near the school house has been robbed

three (3) times by Junevile Criminal gangs in Bun-

; ClearingGrading nell.

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.wrwrr, t d4 P. A. EDMONSON ,
t '' C/o Flagler Tribune, Bunnell, Fla.
I Phone IDlewood 7-3376

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"Cooking _with electricity it "My electric range is much "1 put my food in my elec

cleaner,.cooler, faster, safer safer to use with small dUtTic oven when I leave my .
? and more economical." dna in the house." :- 'home. Come back, my meal '

_,t says Mr FredJkJenJr.iM. -tayt Mrs.M.Auerbach is cooked.", .
..2707 Nancy 5*., 254 Hibiscus Ave.t Mrs.Erwin Dearman ;
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Extra Construction' Features In All Bevis Hones ,,

FLOOR GO MODERN! Join your two million Florida ,
DOUBLE FRAMING ON ALL OPENINGS: neighbors who enjoy' the benefits of electric: ,

.- FULL FOOT CEILING' cooking. comfort cool and' '
It's so wonderfully convenient- ,
-'TOP, QUALITY PAINT CHOICE OF COLORS white-glove clean. No,soot,no greasy film;; no bla kened'Pots f .

and. pans-but lots of extra freedom+ from cleaning chores

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Built On YourLot No:more pot-watching or oven-tending. Just set a dial and' __ I

'' your meal cooks while you're away. Meats and vegetables
Payments .
Low Monthly ':. /
taste better because,flameleas electric cooking is practically .'
Local Representative .' ,,, ""waterles8"cooking..All the delicious t
MRS., BETTS DANIEL .goodness is sealed in! And remember : N" MA'.HELECTRC ,

Phone. ID 7-3206: .BUDDel' ,-.>r lorida y ': ',.'.).Sunshine.Service is still'your '. .

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r PAGE FOUR ... '.... _, .' ..THE_ FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL,. FLORIDA Thursday April 23,. .1959 .
: -': I'-FLAGLER BEACH 'GARDEN ---= .' '." -. '


: : The Flagler Beach Garden I.1 .,t-: .
a Club's annual Flower Show will JEWELERDIAMOND..WATCHES !
LUNA BABBITT .. : be held Sunday and Monday, R pS -,.' i
HEmlock '9-2098 May 2 and 3, it was announced. REPAIRING J
According to. publicity sheets /4.-_--a-:-tkJ-..1'1.JVrl'rI ,
f 'it will be called "Spring.Festival .
Hoff-Cummins Mr. and Mrs. William Babbitt'I i of Flowers." -

,Announced' spent Saturday'.in Jacksonville.WOMAN'S I Section 1 Theme. Around May REFINANCE 'TOUR DEBTS
Engagement I I Pole. Class 1, "I'm Just Wild about With Term
Mr. and Mrs. Charles, Hoff,1 CLUB 'NOTES' Spring. (a) arrangement, a Long
Venice Park, Flagler Beach, announce : I five entries,. only. (b) compo FEDERAL LAND BANK Prompt Service .
the engagement and approaching Hostesses for the recent meet sition, five entries only, using .
marriage of their ing of,the Flagler Woman's Club wild miniature materials' 8 inch overall, FARM LOANR. PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US

i daughter, Janet Elaine, to Mr. : were Mrs. Frances ,Haisten I and Section 1 theme is Around May W. BRYAN
Paul William Cummins, Jr: July Mrs. Gladys Taylor. Pole. Class 1, "I'm Just Wild Production Credit Assn. The Magler TribunePhone

12, 1959 hasbeen.setfqrthe wedding .. .Officers elected for the coming About Spring. ,(A) Arrangement, I IDlewood 7-3282
five (B) Composition, five
. ... I club year were Mrs. Reynold
.' date. BunnelL Florida
entries only, using wild material W esd .10:00
The bride-elect is a' member,of Hoover for president; Mrs. Flos I eight inches overall, miniature.
" this year's graduating class of sie Wickline for first vice president I I Section 2-Artistic Arrange I
Bunnell High School: and the ;' Mrs.' Marie. Brede for second !(I ments. Class 2, "Green Pastures," .
vice 'president; Mrs. Bessie I I using tints and tones. Composition
the Le I
.. groom is ,employed new growth of spring. .
high Cement Plant, here. Thiel for'' corresponding secretary -I This is "niche" size, height 30 Courteous.
Prompt Dependable
.f Mrs. Jasper White for re- '
( ; inches, width 28,depth 18. Each
BIRTHDAY SURPRISE. cording secretary, and Mrs. Bet- I class in following sections are
i tie Shultz for treasurer. Installation -"niche" size as above, and only HI-THERM GAS SERVICE
Mrs. Gladlne. Chalfinch and in I four entries in each class. ,
will be May.
Mrs. Margaret Presswood gave a I I Class "Sunrise Serenade," .
During the Federation of Wom e SEE
using yellow and flow. .i
surprise birthday party,for Mrs. : orange
Marie Boyd on Monday ,after- an's Clubs' 'in Jacksonville last I I ers." H 'Harris' & Gas
,' week.the Flagler Woman's Club ,I Class 4-"Nature Promises to Company '
" noon at her home. Pot plants, Fruit and Seed" using fruit and .
and cut flowers decorated her received three awards. Six clubsin I for vegetables. Flowers permit .Phone ID/ 7-3551 f. Bunnell, .
the Federation of 322.clubs received -
{ living room' where they; enjoyed ted. "- Countywide Delivery Service
this local "
safety medals and Class "MoonlighUSonata,
reading games for'entertain, GAS CYLINDERS GAS APPLIANCES
using white flowers :
club was one of the six. or cream ;
_ ment white container '_ S
; foliage permitted -
There was also a Citation for
They gave her ;a handkerchief ; dark background (black).
shower and cut a birthday cake. their Program and Year Book t Class 6-"Gift from Sea or
a and one hundred per cent honor Vacation Loot" featuring drift- ie *
to serve with, ice cream while
f score scroll for having partici- I wood, shells of: coral, dried ma- e' 1't
taking pictures of the group. in Federation proj terial, seashore flowers, etc. _
There were Mrs. Anges Lee, Mrs. pated every. Class 7_"A Bit of'the Orient,"

, .May .Shill, Mrs. Miriam, Slaugh, ect.They depicting .oriental influence.
have decided that the Class .
8-Option, "As You Like.
Mrs. Sue Spivey and Mrs. Mar-
members would undertake in- Anything goes. Open class, men cThL wu r .. .
garet Eatman addition to the dividual money-raising projectsas only, artistic arrangement.Class ,
_ hostesses and honoree. t
"Opposite Opinions. .
did'last in order .
they summer -
Open to public, anything goes. SAT.Musk
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Greiger left to meet the payments on the (arrangement0 / SAT.
club Section' 3-"Spring Hangs
building.COVERED '
I Monday for their home in Wan- "
High. A for formal; B for The Surf Riders '
!l _, tah, Indiana after spending, the Mother's day) informal: C Ever '
t fi., winter months here in the Ben-', DISH SUPPER 1 ready' (dried) (corsages). .
son Apartments: Mr. Greiger, FOR METHODISTSA Section Horticulture Division. Dancing & Music ,
Group 1-cut specimens, not, to
dish has -
was a patient in the Bunnell covered supper
, be defoliated, classed in alpha- 9P.M.to 1:30A.M.
Hospital seven weeks of their been planned for Thursday eve- betical sequence; group 2, bulbous -
,l time hereafter having a heart ning at 6:30 in the Woman's cut specimens; group' Plenty of Parking
b attack They ere.accompanied Club building! for the MethodistChurch' perennials, cut specimens; 3.1 MARS ROSE JR.. Your Host. 3 v-
r & members and ''their 4, roses.; group1', flowering pot- .41
on their trip fiy their son and Flagler Beach. On Ocean Share Blvd. A1A
, daughter in law Mr. and Mrs. friends. Rev. Reynold Hoover, is (Continued on page 8) .' N

l Robert Greiger who had, made the ,pastor.. .
i. an airline trip down to return

with them. Ken'Kucharski, from the Navy $1Vego"H

if' Base in' Sanford. ""spent Sunday ,

w Mrs. W. W. ,Steele of Shelby- here.

' ville, 111., returned to her home ,. THE, TRUCK THAT AVERAGED ', ;,. --

,; Wednesday after spending' the Mr. and Mrs. William Wight-, !
t. winter with her daughter' Mrs. man and family from Jackson.

:!( Mildred Landers. ville spent the weekend here in .
-t' .4 the Meeks'cottage..' 252MORFMPC/ i

!:. ,- 'Mrs. Clarence Weaver'and Mrs. :

':, Seth Deal motored to Lake City FOUR STONE ARE "PRE. IOUS" ,
t last Geologists recognize only four ,
::.: Friday to, bring Charlie
t::' Weaver here from the Veterans' stones as precious: diamonds,

: Hospital to, spend the weekend rubi', emeralds, and sap ires.1 .,

.:- with his brother, Clarence Other stones may be I.
, Weaver. semiprecious or. ornamental i
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..',' 2-2-family laborers' houses Buildings 2485, 2486 -
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1-Men's house Building' 233 .
r J 1-Cook, house 576- '
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r 2-family laborers' houses 1785, 1786 pickup ride ond 25.2%better gas '.

f' 2 Toilet buildings .1301, 1787 : 59 FORD SIX mileage-the '59 Ford Stylesidel 1.:.

'. These, biuldings are offered for sale where is, as'is, and the 't" ,J" .
successful bidder will be required/' move them from the "

r Railway's property, and clean up,the site within sixty. (60) : WINNER OF ECONOMY SHOWDOWN USA / ;; }: .

:. days after sale is closed. Bids should' be mailed to Mr. ; ,

'- L E.,Hamilton, Superintendent, New Smyrna Beach, Florida. Now!
-- -- n -- -- 't Certified results of the J
r. The right is reserved to reject any or all .bids. biggest 1 "
42.6%mor.mpg than Afefc"D" Al tests comparison tests of truck gas .
31.1<%< more mpg than Mak."I" sJti.4.i r.sshs mileage ever made by an indepen- '
\; 25.2%IIJOl8..pgthanMctk."C.CERTIFIED: den; research company! '59 Ford -'

, FOR ALL HOURS-DAY' OR NIGHT 22.0%<< more mpg than 5' Sixes beat every other make-delivered .
9.696. << mor*mpg than MoU"G" .fcf Amnkrfstfh! :" 25.2% more miles per gallon .
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of all leading
average .
AB tracks were standard six- .r .
: AMBULANCE cylinder *"ton pickup bought ........a.-or H-ton pickups! : '
.' PHONE; VAlley 41625ST. from dealers' carefully broken in ........,krA...,. Come in and the certified ;"#
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SERVICE and tuned to manufacturers'specifications. .......11...... report! Test drive the pickup that .;...
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: : Equipped With Oxygen Rewuttator and ......lalor.fI .. ---- '
f, IS3& TO OWN. LQi TO RIM...LAST ICfcCttrTOOO .,,: 'l' .

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The following rules govern- .

ing use of the record player, i reo.

LOCALS :ords, and public address system
.' i belonging to Flagler I SALE.!I

.J'I i Youth' Council have I
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I II I I I Methodist. Class Bunnell Boat Club:To I I pounced Honor :'Court.by I I II. ELECTRIC I

A deposit of five
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Holds Reunion I Make I.
Cruise SundayThe required on player and
Over WeekendMrs. II The rental fee to be '
I Bunnell Boat Club met' at I
Alice Session's Sunday lars. If the equipment
the'Charles.Cowart home in Haw
Sunday School Class of the.First in good ,conidtion two
I Creek on Tuesday for their business '
Methodist Church, which 'was .and/soclal.meeting. I[deposit will be I
Known as "The Helping Hand"class
Members of the club planneda
in ,the early twenties, held
reunion here during the past cruise down the Oklawaha ,Mr. and Mrs. R W. iT!
weekend.The River for this Sunday. They ed in Miami the past I' i [i iIII if
plan to meet at St. Johns Parkat with their daughter, Miss
group met for .a get together
on Saturday. evening at 10 o'clock Sunday morningand ra Deen and Mr., and

the home of Mrs. R. A., Powell.>> will eat lunch at Anderson's Barber. Mr. Deen
On Sunday morning they at- I Lodge. They *will return home home Monday morning I

tended church in a group.At SUnday afternoon. Deen remained there I
Those who desire further In-
noon Sunday Mr. and Mrs. week.
formation about the cruise may I
Walter Knight ,ent rta'1ned.the. ,
call either Deen Holland or
group at a turkey dinner at their .
Claude Pellicer. Gilbert i
home In Haw Creek. '
I Plattsburg, N. Y.,
The dining room table was I
overlaid with an imported linen TAMMIE DeANN LYNN last week wit? his I 278
I their familes, Mr. and
cloth and had for the center- I atY
Mr. and Mrs.'Johnny Lynn are ford Higginbotham ,and ,
piece an arrangement. of yellow .
the parents of a, daughter born Mrs. Harold S!! .m:'. ,
mums. Places were laid for ten
April 19 at the Flagler Clinic
guests. ..Fftwtf
and Hospital.- She weighed six
Those attending were: Mrs. pounds thirteen ounces:: and has Mr. and Mrs.,.Bert, M. .M Syfrft -
Elizabeth Lambert Fleming of been named Tammie DeAnn. of N Northford, Conn., } bqudm Mi Mists,
Zephyr Hills; Mrs. Fannie Mae Friday and Saturday ..w Unw -'
McKenzie White of New Smyrna !!!r7.
TRI-HI-Y week. Mr. and Cfeus Htortly ..Surtly th.
Beach; Mrs. Ruth Biddle Upsonof honeymooning in IM sans.
Daytona Beach; Mrs. Ellie This Friday. April 24, the Tri ing points of Interest. Slwhrts and KM tf lIt,.,cp'
Barber Shaw, and Mrs. Lillian Hi-Y Club will sponsor a "Slave
r Cody Adams of Palatka; Mrs. Day" at school. This is to be I *f Mky-Odd $hap d (tans
Luna Moody Babbitt of Flagler } Mrs. Louis Trad is
one of the big events of the
Beach; Mrs. Lady Choate Allen, school year. The will Club also some time in Atlanta' HoMI Of '
Mrs. Leona Moody Knight, and with her.son in law and
sponsor a dance that evening ... 1
: Mrs. Ida Allen Powell !of Bunnell. at,the Bunnell Community Center er, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. f

I from 8:30 to 11:30.' LOW PRICE


\\f 'HONORED ON SIXTEENTH Mrs. Ellie- Shaw visited here !
] BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARYMiss during the'past weeknd with her

Jaunita Price was honored parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bar-

at:a birthday party on Thurs.-1 ber., She was also'attending,the ADS & Gas
day,evening at the Bunnell CommUnity Helping Hand Sunday. School Company
! 'Center in celebration of IJattBci nmdcr tkl head
Class Reunion. S ecmtM per ward eack ia.
her sixteenth birthday annivers- BO cent I* mlalJlllua Bunnell, Florida

4 ary. Mrs. Duane' Deen, Home Serv- FOR SALE-on water

Decorations carrying out a ice Worker. for the County attended new bedroom house '
color scheme of. pink and blue the State Red Cross Con- tana ,Street in Venice '

was used. The refreshment fable ference in Orlando April 17 and full baths, large living 7.3517'Y : .

was over laid with a white cloth 18th. dinette, kitchen with
and three birthday cakes were in equipment and wall

featured 'fn the decoration. Mrs. J. 0.. White of New ator, Florida room with Market

. Punch was served with thecake. Smyrna Beach spent the 'Past 2-car garage, central .
Dancing was _enjoyed' duringthe weekend here the guest of Mrs.R. Robert L. Danner,

evening by about fifty of her A. Powell. She was here for HE 92172.
& White Store
.... schoolmates and friends. the Methodist Sunday School

Assisting in serving and chap- Helping,Hand Class reunion. durIng SEPTIC able rates.TANK George-cleaning Phone ID 7-3496

, eroning were Mrs. Clyde Lewis the weekend. ID 73410. ,
and Mrs. Jack Forson.

I ,Mrs. ,Elizabeth Fleming. of Need extra :$25 to $50
.. Mr. and Mrs. "(X. H.'Gordon and Zypher Hills spent the past week- Route work on your day .

children were called to Cheraw, end here the house guest of Mrs. evenings brings extra Whole ft29C
S. C., duringthe past weekendby Walter Knight and attending may help too. Write .
the serious illness of Mrs. the Helping Hand Sunday School Dept. 2, Box 2766, Cello
Gordon's. Father. They returnedto Class Reunion of. the Methodist Memphis 2, Tenn. .

their home, here Tuesday. Church; --- ,..ft45e
.- WANTED work horse .
and pull wagon. Contact BUTTS

Y ida.Hull, P.O. Box 1.,'' .. ft 39

Millqnd Hotel Bar FOR SALE- -room .
2 lots on Deen Road. ;

C. F-.Smith at the ..59c; .
t- ID 73635. lb

',' ''Cordially Invites You with 55.00 order

. TO THE ', Our ings Representatives Bonds and
', For Interview? with .49
ager, Write now, Box' %46, ? Quart
hart. Florida.

: OpeningOF FOODS
FOR SALE-by owner, 2,
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house, Terazzo floors, ,..
\ front lot. See Cletus' .
S 2 45
. Avalon St., Venice for
Beach. '

I "'.New Cocktail Bar 3 FOR bedroom BENT unfurnished At Flagler -. .x'. : 6 for$100 1

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, :.' 24th Beach. v t :-
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W : WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES Maya Indians mostcivilized "Tabby." a mixture of, oyster

. people the pre-Columbian :shells and lime made from shells
New World, offered human sac and sand, was used in the con-
t'i. rices' to their 'gods in hundredsof :struction of 'portions of Fort

.. temples .atop man made'! Pickens at Pensacola, Fort,Clinchat
.. acropolises. Priests removed the| Fernandina!, and portions of
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/. hearts from Jiving-victims while the historic buildings at Fort

t.. worshipers thronged the plazas George Historic Memorial at Fort

. George, near ,Mayport.
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a Long Distance Call :
I Oleg Kalngin, 24, graduate of f -:
: x t 'the University of Leningrad, made "just.to say hello.
I Is studying at Columbia University -
The fun of phoning is
.. j j of Journalism.
" TO WHAT.DISTANT PORT THE HJM.S. President pictured high,. yet station-to- I 11'
against the setting nm.in London's River Thames captures the station rates are low. tl
I portrait: .lore",of the sea. IVPI flEMEMEER"1

I- -i; I Lrt_ THZ OLD TIMERS Call Long Mto eASY rkeSo '

.., From E. G. Anderson, Petersburg Distance'
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Indiana: I remember the
one-room log cabin I was born in It's Twice. as Fast
1 back in 1880 in Dubois County..
X Indiana-4 miles from Ireland to Call by Number
near the Pakota River in .what .:_ --
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was called "Hog Heaven." .
-t-- We were a group of happy chil- I
dren; a boy and two girls. The It Will Pay You To Visit
cracks of,the lor "abin were filled ,
----4 I with clay mud. 'lite chimney was STATE PAINTS
built of sticks and clay and the '
fireplace was very large. Many ,, Buy One--Get One FREE
1 I ,times, mother 'cooked our meals : INTERIOR .LATEX 'EXTERIOR LATEX
in It.
We did not know much about ,. 55.98 S6 98
T. Christmas, a few sticks'of candy I' GaL GaL
an orange and a ,box of.fire 'Every 2nd GaL-. Free. Every 2nd GaL Free
crackers. Mother made all our '
clothes.AU c R. V. YEOMANS
:c r livestock were"out" then .
Fr2w 'I -and every man'had his brand or !L CL 3-5351; 517, .Ridgewood. Ave..oa U. S, No.l HOLLY HILL /j
[ mark. Woe to the one who was
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THE BIG CATCH ... These crowbar fishermen watch while work- with someone else's brand or !
men beat the waters of a shallow pool near Peshawar,'Pakistan. mark. '
There was little corn to feed the t
And they're catching.fish up to 40 pounds. hogs. They ate acorn and beech FEATURES: "
nuts. Sugar was made from the '
sap of the maple tree and mother I : 1I \

... dried' all kinds' of fruit. Wild turkey I I.I
was plentiful as were the I VALUE
squirrels. Father would go to the I -1
store once a week, but seldom .
brought much home. ( T .....
That was 'about 70 years ago.
,Dad ,and Mom are 'asleep now, '
I ''waiting but I always"the .Resurrection remembered day"'how 1 GENERAL. .; ELECTRIC

good they were to us children. ..
And. I would love to live again --rIT n! .. .
in that one-room ,log cabin. }

(Send contributions t. this column F Fr IK.IMfAAG'J .
l t.Service The Old Box Timer 89, F...Commanltr....... "....Pre.....).
tt l .w lost Bent> Mama Ii
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WITH HOPE .'.. These four hoopsters all made "B" average AU RIGHT-IF .
scholastically while helping Hope College (Mich.) place 20th In pE.8alE' MOTHER
Cools, Filters, Dehumidifies,
A Y!
.Circulates .,.f
I II S* Attractive, Compact Design NtW LOW PRICE! ...
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9000 BTU/hr.

Capacity (in accordance' t _

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: Jru Be A RELIEF : See the complete line of GE '. i iI ; -,

-' To 1Ei 1 10 Air Conditioners from to 1 H.P1 j

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Low PRIcIa ,;

ICY''.ELEGANCE .' A Kansas City, Mo., used ,car lot found '.. ,'".- ':' .
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nature had supplied these Icy Imitations :of elaude e!$. U'. >- .
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Replacement parts for Electrolux 'LODGE; ;No. 200" What is believed- '- to 'b e 'theworld's : \, ',. 4srtit're <'.4.' 'il" ';,
Kirby, Airway,Hoover, Rex 1r & F. &,A. D[., -- i ,', '
-'L' thickest coal deposit-6 4 .
etc. All work' guaranteed.Frei | Meets Flat and Thiid Tntadci I billion Harris &. r rPboae
;; a- tons of lignite in an area Appliance Gas Company f
I, pick'up and d lvery.- Call ID 1 I
.... 7-3630., I Dean',M. Peterson W. Mt ,t rf only 40 square,miles-lies at t *W>Aja-t "* ,.., -, ..>'.'.'-}" ,
-r.. ,t 4A, ,:CLEGG,' Seer., ... fallourn, in Victoria, Australia. \ ID: 7-3551 ;; : Bunnell, Flori M.:

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Sioux Cify a' DOROTHY B. SELIN. .
,. W Plaintiff, "


'-. Defendant. '.. 'I
TO: William Lear Selln J
7 Pen Bryn Road .
West Orange. New Jersey : .
You are hereby required to file .,
with the Clerk- of this Court your I : ;
answer to the Complaint filed hereIn I
against Iou in the above, entitled 'wIici"
cause on or before th%' 22nd
day of May. A.; DJ 1959 and serve
a copy thereof upon W. RICHARD
plaintiffs' attorneys, 'herein, whose ..
address is 533 Seabreeze Boulevard' i
Daytona Beach. Florida: "FLAG-
LER. TRIBUNE" is hereby designated -
'-- ; as the newspaper in which
this order shall be published oncea
week for four consecutive weeks. You Need
nature of this suit is a bill .
for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and seal atBunnell. .
afi Flagler County. Florida.
this 15th day of April. A. D. 1959.:
Sioux City, an enterprising,city of 83,091 population, is located on (Seal) RALPH E. HARBERT

the banks of the Missouri River Northwest, Iowa at the junctionof Clerk Bunnell of Florida the Circuit Court' I

three states' Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota, in the heart of April 23.30 May 7-14-4tc GOODPrinting

one of the nation's finest agricultural areas. '

'Its early,history dates to the days ofthe Lewis and dark Expedi- NOTICE OK DISTRICT MEETINGOF I' .
tion when in 1804 that MEMBERS OF FLORIDA i
famous party of explorers ,buried the only CITRUS MUTUAL ,
member of their group to die during expedition-Sgt.. Charles To all members of Florida Citrus I -, .'

Floyd, on the site of what is now Sioux_City. The .real story of the Mutual residing in or owning citrus .' .,
Florida Cit-
early history centers around .a famous Sioux Indian Chief, ,War fruit rus Commission grove District No. 3 com-
Eagle, whose friendship with the early settlers earned him a gold prising Alachua. Putnam. St. Johns

medal presented personally- by- President- _n. Van. __ _Buren.___. Counties Flagler Marion.and County Levy and Commissioner's Seminole- ." ':.
Districts One Two and Threeof
,Sioux City is one of the nation's I of merchandise. Volusia County: ,
Ir' leading livestock and.me t packing Sioux City ranks well Industrial NOTICE Is hereby given that pur-
suant to the By-Laws of said Flor-
centers. The Sioux City Stock ly, too. Over, 300 manufacturers ida Citrus Mutual, there ,will beheld
Yards comprises 80 acres of land, produce food products, automo- 1 .on the 20th day, of May
is devoted exclusively ,to the tive tools at 2:30 o'clock p. m. at .1959'j
'dry' batteries, fishIng'tackle of Commerce DeLand Plot ( -'I
handling of livestock. As a grain ; candy; leather goods, meeting of the members of said

center, Sioux City ranks as one ladders, furnaces, and many nated Florida above Citrus Mutual as' desig- .
of the 14 primary grain markets other items. --
The purpose of this meeting is ,
of the Midwest. Corn,. cattle and concerts tell : to elect three directors Florida
While it is Iowa's second the story of Iowa's second city. Citrus Mutual and to' transact such
other business as may properly be OFFICE FORMSENVELOPES
largest city Sioux City leads'the ,Sioux City's patronage of musical 'considered by said meeting. .

State as a wholesale center. More I. arts is symbolized by the Sioux Proxy voting- will- not be per-,
,.; money,.is involved in this, I mitted. -
commercial City Symphony Orchestra, the Anyone representing a corporate '
t' 'activity than any other. Concert Course, and the world- member of Mutual must, have a :

From a trading post that supplied famous,Monahan Post Band-the corporate written authorization member to represent from such, it ,". '

guns and blankets, it became a latter having won one international r I at the, meeting ,and, vote' in its be- *

I great, wholesale market which and seven national champIon- half.Dated. Lakeland.-.-Florida, ,this ,' "'-> INVOICES .
now reaches into seven states c asa ships as.well as the.title "Official. ,I I 17th day of April 1959.

majordistributor.of everjr class Band of the Amer1can-Legion."' I Secretary CHARLES C. PARTIN

Florida Citrus Mutual
I April ,23 Jtc, LETTER HEADS
'I "

r 2 : Flaintiff.vs .,


., William Pittius
Cliff wood. Post Office
Cliffwood. New Jersey BILL HEADS "
= '
You are hereby notified that a '
suit has been filed against you in
I the above entitled cause; and-you

g-: \ : 1 'I I are and swer hereby to with serve''the required a Clerk copy to of thereof file this your Court.upon an- RULED FORMS

71 the plantiff or plaintiff's attorney ,
% whose name and address is.:

Selden Ray Selden Building -- TICKETS and 'TAGS '
}y' .: Daytona Beach. Florida
Y.Hn. 5ai, .Y.a not 'later than 22nd' day of May
'Iii A. D..1959. ,
If you fail to do so, ,decree pro
confesso will be entered againstyou "
for the relief demanded in the
bill of complaint. The nature of CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS
DON'T BE SO NOSEY Bonnie the giraffe watches with much said suit being for divorce. .
interest'* Susy Shuler.'10,' to WITNESS my hand, and seal of \ .
draw Bonnie's
prepares picture at said Court this 16th day of AprilA.
a Dallas Zoo. .. D. 1959.Official ,.
.( Seal),
J.f' Menhaden Clerk of said Circuit Court.
; vand other
I April 23.30 & May -ttc .
:noxl-food ,fish totaled 17,865,000 1

I pounds, about'two.thlrds the NOTICE OF t'-NPAID DELINQUENT
volume. I TAXES .
I As provided In Chapter '20723, I .
CATCH: VARIED Shrimp,; crabs, lobster and related Acts,of, 1.941. notice ..ls. hereby given }.
amounted that tangible personal property lf'' We Don't Do The Most.
1 items a' to 72,574- taxes assessed for 1958 are now .
Florida's commercial fishermen 000 pounds, up' 7 per cent. The delinquent and beginning with April
1st such taxes are drawing interest : .
brought in a catch of 169 sponge crop, slowly returning after of 1% per month plus the pro- V : :. ,

093,000 pounds of saltwater fish disease virtually wiped out notice.portionate Unless cost of the publishing..amounts'set this I;' .=,' J .:.,
oposite each name below are paid : PRINTING>, ..* .
of all types in 1958. the beds, came to about 30,000 before the first day of May. war- : : .

Fishermen were fortunate in pounds, compared to an 18,000 rants will issue ,thereon directing :
levy ,upon the seizure of tangi-
having better runs of some fish I average. ble personal property of the tax-

last year which resulted in an payer additional for unpaid costs.taxes The penaltiesand names I But We Do Some of the Best

overall increase of about 12 IN THE CIRCUIT. '''COURT OF THKSEVENTH of the delinquent personal property ;
,JUDICIAL. CIRCUITOF taxpayers and the amount of '. .
million pounds' over the' 1957 FLORIDA AND FOR taxes including the cost of advertising I -
FLAGLER COUNTY. IN 'CHAN and the first
catch. On the other hand the I -
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CERY NOPETITION I penaltv, are as follows: I. .
1958 catch was some 15 million OF HERBERT E. AlA Restaurant $26.54
ANDERSON for the Adoption' Roy Buckles 2.85
pounds below the past, five-year of FRANK FULTON MAR- T. F. Beam 3.32C.
CUM. JR. a MinorIN .. B; Combs 2.21
average. 'THE' NAME AND BY'' THE \V.. W. Carr 4.42
Research in'the various phases AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF Dlxiana Grill v 18.99
'- -
FLORIDA Harold Emery 41.77
of the .commercial fishing inidustry TO:' FRANK FULTON MARCUM.. Flagler Bar '28.48
Whose whereabouts and Flagler Beach ''Hotel Bar, 22.13 Dial :
now being conducted by place of residence la un- I John F. Greham 22.79J. ID
the University of Miami's Marine known' to PetitionerYou F. Gresham 50.87 Z32J822.
.. ..
are hereby notified that a Hershey Body Shop 4.75 .
Laboratory and by state petition haa been filed In the above Harris Appliances 7.60 ,
styled court for the adoption>> '"of W. H. Hill 1.90 ".
universities, is concentrating on FRANK FULTON MARCUM, JR., a Haw Creek Service Station 3.80
broader "and .more economicutilization minor, by the petitioner. Herbert Hajrood-Morrls Service Station %.?' .
E. Anderson and you are required Bernice Jones 1.90 .,' .:.J, ,
of 'this important to servea copy of.yourAnswer or Jungle Bird Ranch 3.32P. .
Objections to show cause why said S. Johnson 4.42 -, .' < '
i Florida .resource, ,the Florida petition should not' be granted on Jean's Place 8.85 .

State Chamber of, Commerce ,re the attorney for petitioner. H. T. Eric Lee \ 5.70 '.-,. ,.,., -. T,. .. : :' 1
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Cook Esquire Citizens'Bank Build- Fnfncls Mark 2.85 VThe a -
:ported., % Ing. Bunnell. Florida and file the Emil G. Misslnne 22.12A. j'j'Y.i : : ; _? ,,:, .
original in' the' office of the Clerkof Nilson 41.77 .
Comparisons,the 1958 "take"from the Circuit Courtjon, or' before P.' P. Pelicer .:y 18.39 .. .
the sea with the five-year May %5:,1959. Pier Lunch '- 35.39 .
Herein Fall Not or a decree pro J. R. Preer 4 5.53 '
average, show that all types of confesso1 will, be entered against Hubert Pelllcer 15.19

fish did not share, equally 'in you.Witness my hand and the seal R.Quattlebaum'a E.. Read Bar 24.C8 4.42

the gain reflected ,in 'the total, of said Court: In Bunnell. Florida E. D., Rutherford '18.9 Flagler ;
i this, 20th day. of April.', liSS.RALP.H .- Suwaonee Oil Co..::' 1.90 Tribunef'
\ Food fin fish caught last yeaiamountecs --- ; E. Cleerk8ofRthe L.,8.cBhetfleld.. Jr. '. 336.09
As said
Lester Sheeler' 48.CC
to 78,624,000 pounds, '' ,Circuit ,courtADrU Harry Sloan' 3.U : J
a gain of 15 cent (Seal) -_ Tokyo Rose Cafe .95
per ,over .the : .', '. .
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Loans Available Cucumber Committee Plants, in unusual ..containers. Class (corsages* ). .
J:r. Report Shows 'j Section 5-Special exhibits. Design 30
; r Originality and distinction 20
Section 6-Junior division.
For Farm Families Now Is In Formation Theme "My Favorite FairyTale Color 25

Federal Tax ," illustrating a nursery Suitability 10
' ,. .. Farm families in Flagler I I (Continued from page i) rhyme. Class A,, baskets; classB Combination of materials 10
ro' I County can look forward to bet Agreement during .the 1959-60 Tish a Tasket in a Basket; Technique 5

ter homes improved shelters for I II' I season.L. Class C; Don't Be a Litterbug.One .

Income OutgoThe livestock, and better storage facilities L. Giddens of Webster; Al- in perfect condition; Class 100
i I' D, Don't Be a Litterbug one
: during 1959. That's the vin Mobley, of Alachua; and O. spoiled with litter. Three entries .

:, flow of tax cash, to Washington It prospect for, this year, says' Curtis D. Huff Jr., of McIntosh are now I each.
E. J. Green, county supervisor I serving District IV on the FlorIda Classes (artistic) *'2-3-4-5-6-7
each April meets a coun
} .1 I for tHe Farmers Home Adminis Cucumber Committee. Design 30 TV .Bob
movement of monies paid Color 20
tration.. R Respective alternate membersare
the states under federal grants- ] Distinction and originality 20
Green stated that his agency J. Ray Lee of Williston; R. E. I schedule 10
in-aid programs, the Florida Suitability to SERVICE
State Chamber of ,Commerce reports -I had recently made several loansin Bryan of Alachua; and Warren I I Combination of materials 10 ,
w this area to build better farm Chard of Fort Myers. Condition 10 all 'makes'Sales.
giving the following explanatory '
. facts. homes and other buildings. ,Ad- .I I I i "
The funds"'"returned" to Florida ditional funds are available to I Central Oregon boasts a rock I Class (miniatures). Tubes>> and
construct'new buildings or use Scale 40
during the past fiscal year that floats, pumice; and in the Antenna Installation
as repairing and enlarging of I I Design 30
came to about $150 million. This region have been found small i I Color harmony 20
existing' buildings. t ,
amount was 13 per cent of the I amounts of another mineral that Condition 10 PHONE HE 9'-2204
Many part time farmers who
monies paid into the federal till 'melts under warm. sun, gilsonite. -
previously ineligible
were. may ,
,by Floridians during. the same i -_.. 100 .
I i now qualify under the expandedfarm -

year.The $150 million total is the i I housing program. The FLAGLER BEACH GARDEN i '

largest amount yet to make the loans bear 4. per cent interest CLUB FLOWER SHOW INSIRE-Sfay Insured & Rest Assured

round trip to Washington and i I and-may be repaid over a period SCHEDULE
I up to ,33 years. They are only I'
back to Florida and is 17 per GET THE
I made when adequate credit is Continued from Page 4 BEST PROTECTION FROM
cent more than the 1957 figure.,I I

,Appropriations, for federal works.i I not availablefrom. regular credit ted plants; group 6, potted foliage .
and military installations and sources. plants; group 7, cacti and I H. T. COOK AGENCY
!I, Loans are also made for other succulents: group 8, vines, hang.
; for federal salaries and, expendi' *
purposes, ,such as pasture ,improvement ing baskets, etc.; group 9, herbs;
tures are not. included in the j irrigation >and drain. group 10, Novelties- and unusual Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida
total. I work. The FHA I II
age office serving I
Heading the, list of payme-rits I ,this area is located in Room I II ,

to the state_ .and to individual i 417 Sanford 'Atlantic National The Bible Says:.
Floridians was old age assist-,, Bank ''Building in Sanford. I :. CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
in ,the amount of $32,074
,. ance faith .
I ISo then comes by REARING
000, 15 cent from 1957.
up : per and hearing by the word A. H. CRAIG. Funeral ,Director
came_to $28- .
Highway grants
I of God. Rom.
( 10:17) JOHN HARDIN. Associate
877,000, up 81 per cent. Veterans' .
programs totaled $20,063,000; dependent SHIRTS 1 i AIR OXYGEN
Tailored to individual measurements TEAR LADY '
. children received $15-- Over 100 Fabrics for, Dress. Sport CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I. I EQUIPPED
914,000; agricultural projects., including Shirts.. I EVANGELIST H. M. PHILLIPS ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
forestry, soil bank' and Pit. any Man regardless of size. I at .
disposition of surplus crops accounted Choice of Collar. Cuff. Body Style. CHURCH OF CHRIST
Phone ID 7-3532
Satisfied customers Coast
to Coast /' ..
for 14255000. I 7:30 each evening Until May 1st

School construction and opera-. C. K..MUZYKA 201 E.' MOODY. BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA .

r ti on i n milita ry areas "a mounted .

\'. to $6420,000; unemployment .

compensation $5,671,000; public TOP TV-Th Dinah Shore Chevy Show-Sunday-NBC-TY'and the Pat Boon Chevy Showroom-weekly on ABC1V.S .
health services and research $6- .

445,000; the national guard and \ .-.i fP
its air arm $6,534,000; and aid

, to the blind 4390000.; The balance t --r+..a.. I

f- t was made up of a number

of grants for special educational I::

,programs, public, housing aids .
assistance ,to crippled childrenand ,4IJI-tr ;-.,

for wildlife conservation. t ,' .'.iJ'' :
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To the White Citizens of Bun
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nell from Grant Wilson: Family
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we thank you out of our heart '; !-' :

for the flowers, cards, food that '; Lr y.

was given in our breavement.We :',' ;$

humbly ,thank every one. i

These kindnesses we can never 'i:i .

forget, Dr.'Canakaris. 'for his loyal ; :
attendance /The' Wadsworths i" : '

The Rodgers, The Andersons, _; .
The Moodys and'the First: Baptist .

Church may God ad a bless- I .

ing. .
Signed His Wife Vinnie, and I '
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Stepchildren David Estell '. I ., I '
and.'Jessie.. ift.f, \ 'i .. In this Kingswood,.every window is Safety Plate Glass.Nicest "
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:t- really be called family ,",gons. room,,you see, for a whole half-ton standard equipment on every one of : >.,?';

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CUI.t r.. :. .that'll take on any chore you name, a natural for the lady of the house. ': t ".sjSf"' :

est doggoo savin man I I.- ,y4Vtf h from a trip to the beach, to a journey Big,'safer brakes, too. Chevy's even_ The car that*wanted for att its worth "\' }." ..

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