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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: April 30, 1959
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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I VOLUME 47,. NO. 16 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1959 ; $2.5O A YEAR

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,- Flagler County Bunnell BandCompetes Plans Made To


: Teacher Staffs k/ j. + In ',.. Beautify Islands

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ft.; _S Nearly ,Complete'Flagler State Contest"The N __ On Highway One '


v'f f! County Schools will + Biggest Little Band in Assistant Director Engineer T. ..

;- end the 1958-59 sessions on Fri ,MO' Dixie" will compete today in the C.. Luster of the State Road Department -

; day,: May 29, County Supt, Z.: L 5 State Band* Contest. at Daytona in DeLand State Land
I, D. Holland announced today; He : Beach, with an excellent chanceof scape Engineer L. K. Thompsonof
I said that the present staffs- of _____ emerging with. all honors. Bartow, and local MaintenanCe -
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!' the various schools with few exceptions The band, composed of stu; engineer ;J. A. Winfieldof

,- will return for .the I dents attending. Bunnell High St. Augustine were here Wed-
j,(, 1959-60 school year. : School from all sections of Flag esday afternoon to meet with the

it: The staffs, as .listed by Mr. _ ler County, has, gained an en- City Cimmissioners for discus
: Holland are: viable reputation over the state # sion and making plans for the
;. Bunnell School-Carl E..Horns- I- from records made, at various : beautification of. one six plant
by, supervising principal;'. Clifford band contests and from appear ing islands and one intersection
HE'S GOT THE BLUES including within: the City Limits on U. S.
at events
: A. McGriff, assistant princi ances numerous ,' SOCIAL BUTTERFLY Two
t 'r Cruiser captain Billy Baum at the Gator Bowl festivitiesfor Highway 1.Planting .
pal. brothers, Denny Collier (right),
Hatteras, N. C., swings the :
1; .; I Frances F. Wadsworth and blue* .. ;' ; 15-povad 'Uaefish several seasons. 5, and Gregory, 4,'01 Yakima plans were approvedby
." Roberta B. Steflik, kindergarten; that Is. Since this is ,first ,time in a Wash and their, pet butterfly Mr. Thompson who also made
\- Hazel H. Holland and ,Frances number of years that the State who Is quite tame. some suggestions for plants and
.; E. first grade Judith --- approved sizes of plants to be
Scruggs, ; Contest has been held near Bun
i M. Eddinger and Jeanne B.: Cannon :Funeral ForEdCody nell, Director Walter Morris Road Board used..
': ,- second grade; Lois S. Hig- would like to see: many 'of the County .Agent Howard Taylor
t ginbotham, third grade; Ruth C. adults from Flagler County in will be in charge of the plant-
c; Townsend, fourth grade; Viola the audience at Daytona Beach. Will Change ing and the State Road Depart
E. Tonkin and Laura S. Morris, The schedule for the band in ment will furnish part of the
.. 'Here Monday '' labor for the planting ,and upkeep -
fifth grade; Marguerite S. Horns. the Daytona. Beach contest is Part' Of AlA. .
by, sixth grade as folows: S S
,'. : Emma_H. Murray junior high; '" Edward Wright Cody of Has- Concert playing Peabody Auditorium ;AlA, the Florida state road The beautification work is
:Myrtle G. Cocknum. -English; .tings,'former resident of Bunnell, 9:30 A.M. : that skirts the Atlantic Ocean scheduled to get underway assoon'
> Byron ,H,' Hinson, mathematics; .died early I Saturday :mornlng in Sightreading, Seabreeze High through Flagler and* adjacent as the Road Department
t' a Kathleen D. Baker,. French and a St Augustine.Hospital follow School Bandroom, 10 A. M. counties, wIll get a part ''re accepts the project from the con
c1al. tudies;, Jennie .Martin- 'ing a .shortillness. Student' Conductor, Seabreeze routed, it,was announced Tues tractors. S
dale, '1inE1IAhr.Tolin A. Cannon, :Mr. Cody'was' born in Knoxville High School Bandroom, 10:30A.M. day to St Johns County's legislation :
L :2 science;'Theodore"'(X 'Hein, 'business Tenn.- d had resided in I! ,delegation. _' .

r education; Lucille B.'Anderson the Flagler and St Johns Coun- I Clarinet ,'Trio, Presbyterian The ,part to be re-routed lies Traffic. light'WokUndrway
:; librarian Edward D. Mathews ty area for many years. He wasa Church, 1 P.M.Saxophone .- I north of Marineland to Summer
,jBOdal aNcU sCoy G. Harris, brother.cCWalter Cody'of Bun Quartet Presby.erIaniChurchP.M. Haven. stretch of the high-
f phiai education;" Omar G. nell. He/waiLa,.jnenjber of the > ".- wax.lies very near'lheocean_ and -
cuIQh: Wl8.rer' :- or.- Catholl rai ":;" '" Brass Sextet, Presbyterian Has been wasbedc but by high I

ris, music"director..' He is survived\by two"daugh- Church, 1:10 P.M. tides numerous t times since it Work got underway, Tuesday
Flagler Beach'School-William ters, Mrs. Clarence Leonard, ,.Marching Contest, Municipal was built.32 years ago. in erection of traffic control at
: E. Fennell,', principal and sixth Hastings, and Mrs. Elsie Lyng. of Stadium,. 8 P.M.Bunnell The proposed-new route would the crossing here of U. S. High-
'S grade; Rosemary I. Brown, first ECisslmmee; three i sons, Cecil start just north of Marine Studios way 1 and State Road, 11 by
grade;' Suzanne L. Bourne, second Cody, St. Augustine, Clyde Codyof I and end at Summer Haven where Curry Electric of Orlando, the
r grade, Emma G. Kulp, four Detroit' Michigan, and Earl the road turns farther west, and contractor. It, is expected it
th -and' fifth grades; Daisy W. Cody of Miami. One' brother, High ,would*lie somewhat west of the.. will require about two weeksto
;, Moody, fourth'' and' fifth grades. Walter Cody of Bunnell; Also present. route. complete the work. '
Carver (Negro) School-Leroy. surviving are 14 grandchildrenand Honor Roll ,.At present- a section :of the The type of traffic control is
(S S A.' Hunter, principal; Caretha M. 16 great grand children. highway is partially washed a- semi-automatic, holding go 'signals -
? .. -, Harris ,and Hercules W. Benjamin -.. Graveside services, were held way by high tides occurring slightly longer whep eitherof S
.. S first grades; Annie M.'Lawson at The Espanola Cemetery at 4A. Walton'Cowart, Delores within the last two 'weeks. the highways is full of ve
t and Louzetta D.' Singletary, two o'clock Monday afternoon Deen, Viki' Hein, John Johnston, hicles. .Automatic control devices -
.: third grades; Essie S. Giddens, with Father Duffy of St. Augustine and Barbara Jean Pache. are located along' both
\ S fourth grade;, Vineda S. Smith officiating. 4B Kathryn Emery, vicki'King, Science Soon. sides of No. 1 which is a four-.
fifth grade; Queen E. Polite, social Pallbearers were: Dick Cody, Anne BoUrne and, Dan Cody. lane artery* '
studiesCatherine; E. 'Crawford Lawrence Dahlquist. L. S. Cody 5A Margie, 'Lee Blakely. To Eliminate
b- home economics; Evange- R. W. Deen ,.Jr., :Clifford Biggin- 5B, Betty Lynn, Sherry' Har- .i '
tS line H. Ray, English; Johnnie botham and D. D. Moody. gett, Catherine Hinson, Lewis ScrewWormsCattle Methodists Plan '.: '
M. .Lynum, mathematics- and Craig Funeral Home was in Smigielski, and Brenda Tucker.6A r
S science;' Edsel C Davis, music. charge of arrangements. Hope Hatcher,Mike Church, Annual
.. Three places are,to'be'filled in Heidi Eisenbach, Linda ,Koby- bore the brunt of screw- HomecomingFor
Bunnell High School, none at larski, Jean 'Wolfe, and Jack worms infestations in Florida Next
S Flagler Beach, and'three-in Cart Wetherinton.6B during 1958 and the first 50 daysof Sunday
Ida Allen and George Mil- 1959.
ver school. The' fourth annual homecoming -
ner.7A Total number- of confirmedcases at,the First Methodist Church
Nell Johnston, Nancy' Wilson in the state during that will be next Sunday, May 4.
Delegates Allida Tucker, Robbie Tuck. period were only 864, accordingto Mrs. George Clegg, homecoming
it ,. er, Sue King, and David Brown.7B .' figures released today at chairman, said today lettersof
f Jax ;Meeting None. headquarterS' at Sebring 'of the invitation 'have been sent to

.,' 8th, Quentin Emery, Janice State-Federal Screwworm Eradi- former members and friends of
I Lovelace, Donna Miller, Barbara cation Of the 92.6
The Bunnell .Lions Club voted Program. total the Church who have moved away -
at their meeting Monday to'send Smythe, and Barbara Weaver. per cent of'the casas occurred in She also said a picinic
9A None. cattle. dinner wilt'be, served on the
two delegates to the State Con. : '
ventlon in ,Jacksonville May 14 : 9B, Connie.Shields, Mary Susan Newborn animals were hardest grounds following the morning
thru 17. Retiring President John Brannam, Susan :Wadsworth, and hit by the costly' livestock pest, worship service.
Gary Huber. with 73.8 cent of all cattle Folks '
Day and newly elected president per : are ask to bring a picnic
Leonard Moody were chosen to ,10th Diane Adams Faye Bass, cases discovered in navel basket and ,their own eating u- .
delegates to ,the convene 'S Nancy Brannam, Mary Jo Daugh. wounds. tensils. Drinks and cups' will
serve as
tion. erty, Polly Forson and Patty Nie- The figures' include 'only, Jhe be furnished. -
first 50 .days of this ,year: be;
Howard; Taylor who! was_recently sen.11 '
,- Ronald Jaszczak, Judy cause the last confirmed screw-
S 'elected to serve as 2nd Lewis,'Mike:Parker, Robert Cook, worm .case ;in Florida and the Laura Fetterly Is"
vice next yearresignedand
president Bob Libbey, JoAnn Morris. Joan Southeast was reported February
Gayle Mercer' was namedin Robbins and David Shields. 19 last. .. S Active III The
his-,place., L.. H.: Church, who
12th Joan Rhoda S
Harding, Dispersal sterile flies at a
was recently- elected as secre :. Thiel,.Margaret Peavy, and, Lew rate of about 50 million a"week, Wesley' Foundation
tary.tte .resigned and.JohnDay -
{Sure.r. Wadsworth, < aimed at
S .preventing any population
w- elected in his'place., .
Laura Fetterly was recently
; of native; flies from sur
Bobby' .Hull" : and John, Hardin DOGS AND WOLVES REMAIN viving in Southeastern' .' states, chosen editor of The' Fourth,
were voted:In as new membersof SAME IN SIMILARITIES Is. expected to continue for at Torch of The Wesley Foundation,

the f'Club.. least six'rnont: { after' the. last a Methodist Student .Organization ..
Lion:'Rudolph:,Peterson invited Time has not erased the. basic confirmed ,case at Florida State University
4S reported, according
S the localv club: 'to attend,the similarities of dogs and wolves.! in T Uah Ssee.
.. to directors of the,eradication
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Lions Festival' Jn'Fierson.on May, ,. 'LINDA< ARRIVES. .. Dancer Both species gestate in :bout program.Uptakes As a member of the executive.
29 & : .. :......''Wrsypsss.-' *' n a Uirway '- 63 days can crossbreed, and pro- .... -, -' council, she will take an active
Recenhseiei.,: .oMlcerii* wiUbe ....*..* :** CoesUta-. duce fertile offspring. Dogs and "i : .partita the planning Sand carryIng ;:
S Installed-"atv'the:luly:'131 mee.t-' ...J ."ttasi omarriraltnm ......., ,Ia,,'}few York wolves fall prey to the:*aame ,10 Inches .ot;snow, to- OUt'the.'Youndations'prog.: ;
,. ,ing of-the'CHrt, >. ., : a' 0# .!&. ts' r. parasites, and d1se se4. equal'an IndTSTfaW -""JoI"r ram on Campus.w.'r .
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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, April 30, 1959

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" -' : I BIRTHDAY SURPRISE I 6th Grade, Charlotte Hodges,
Flagler Beach School I
1... ieJeac( I I Mrs..Mittie McKinnon was sur-
,> Cheryl Skolar, ;Kandyce Lovell,

i't\: : :: 'prised of her fiends last Thursday giving her by a a group partyat Honor Roll Listed3rd I Wayne Hogebqpm, and Sandra

;If.-\! a her home. There were 'Mrs. Grade, Cynthia. McCraney, Tennant.I
I ,LUNA BABBITT Kay Robinson, Mrs. A. Burdette, Jo Ann Wilson-Thomas Duncan, I II

'. fr Telephone HEmlock '9-2098 Mrs. Flossie Haines, Mrs. Agnes I,and Patty Robbie. I
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r I Lee, Mrs. May Westbrook, Mrs.
4th
Grade. Linda Dennis
, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB Chancle Weaver, Mrs. Laura [ SJkolar, I The Bible Says:
Rev., Glenn Taylor Pastor of The April social. meeting of Alligood, Mrs. Agatha Clay, Harry McCraney, and
Church and,his the,Flagler Woman's Club wasa A. Babitt Arthur McDaniel. .
; .. the First Baptist I Mrs. Minnie Runk.Mrs.1 I For we MUST all appear before
': wife Mrs. Taylor are. In Wash covered dish luncheon honor- and Mrs. Laura Miller. 5th Grade, Stuart Rockett. the Judgment seat of Christ;
:. ington, D. C. They made the ing Past Presidents. On ,the re.- birthday cake was served with .
k trip there with the Senior Classof ceivihg line 'were Mrs. Jasper ice cream and she was presentedwith (II Cor. 5:10)
Ketterlinus High School of White and Mrs. Ann Batten as- a money tree. '
. St. Augustine. In his absence sisting the hostesses Mrs. Flor- FRED A. FRUITS Listen"HEROLD

\ Sunday, the pulpit was supplied ence,Schwenk, Mrs. Marie Knos-
Mrs. William Butuex has, returned I JEWELERDIAMONDSWATCHES OF TRUTH"
? I by Doug Bennett, a ministerial ko and Mrs. Grace Clay. ,
f' student from Stetson Universityin Five past presidents were introduced to her home here after Over WPDQ. KC at 8:30 a.m.
a,two weeks visit in Detroit with REPAIRING SUNDAY
him President Mrs. I
r was DeLand.Dick Helveston Accompanying.who led the Mickey Massie by and a corsage her sister. .".......---.l'JI.l'.......M..-?.....",......J\1'N- &

r singing: was pinned on each by Mrs. Isla I I .
F. The intermediate class of the Kester. As each president spoke, !I Mrs. May Shill, Mrs. Tom Lee I SPECIAL SINDAY DINNER I

r Training Union, of which Billie Mrs. Massie symbolized the club I I and Stanley Springer attendedthe

1 Babbitt is sponsor, held a .hamburger I I growth ,by planting seed and Sunday School Associational
: fry on Sunday afternoon then increasing the size of the Meeting ,in Hastings last Mon RoastTurkey

" on the canal bank in front of plant and finally showing a day evening.
r.' the Bob Schatz home and 'honor I I I large,plant with blossoms. Those
,,, I guests were Mr. Bennett and speaking were Mrs. Louella I, Mr. anti Mrs. Howard Tarnish, With All The Trimmings, Including Dessert
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"', :Mr. Helveston. Mr. Bennett gavea I Fleurie, Mrs. Mary, Hart, Mrs. I I Miss Mary Furrer from Daytona i
short talk during the .atterI Myrtle Streeter; Mrs. Flossie Beach. spent Monday' here with $1.50 :
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Mrs.
I: noon and they also enjoyed )Haines.and,Mrs. Pauline Magee. !I Agnes Lee. 1

table .tennis, softball practice, Two' Junior Woman's Club pres.
r' croquet and badminton, :while idents that'were 'presented'were Mr. and Mrs. Al Peters are ar Flagler Beach: Pier Restaurant

: Bob Schatz did the cooking ont Mrs. JoAnn Crews and Mrs..Nita. riving this weekend from Cleve. -
an open fire. Gom s. land, Ohio to visit with Mrs. .--
: The Women's Missionary 'Society Mrs. Massie announced that I Nettie Brusich for two weeks.
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f:. met on, Monday evening the new officers would, be In. FOR
in the Baptist Church with' a. stalled at the' Club on,May 13th Mr. and Mrs. George Miles Prompt Dependable Courteous

.f r>. good attendance. Mrs. May Shill, and also that Mrs.' Alice Charon Moody Jacksonville were business visitors in I
president, led the program which was chairman of a rummage Friday.
p' was entitled 'The Song of the sale which 'would, be held in HI-THERM. GAS SERVICESEE
r Lord Begun"'and it was an inter- Bunnell >Iay ,9th by Shelton's, Mr. and: Mrs. .Kenneth McCul-

:," esting study on, "Our Jewish Market, beginning,'af-9 A. M. lough from California were visi-

r- .. Neighbors" and The Deaf A- tros residents here Saturday. They were Harris Appliance &Gas-Company
r here in 1923.
mong'Us". It was decided_during( \
the business meeting to make I Mrs. Leona. ':Bloody and Phone ID 7-3551' Bun_nell
k daughter Eula Lee,.from Tallahassee The first oil well in the ,U. S.
: something for the Baptist 'Child Countywide Delivery Service
, ren Home as their main''project were here: during.. the was built in Titusville, Pa.:, in i GAS CYLINDERS "GAS, APPLIANCESscrub
,.., {. I weekend.; 1859. I I I ,
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this, month., The.closing prayer .
was by Mrs. Andrea Springer.. I
:', 1 __ William, Butuex was a visitor
" .Interlachen: last with
Mr and. .Mrs. Omega' Minton Sunday ".' ,
; his.brother. and sister in law Mr. "
stopped over\Sunday on their .
way to'their--ijVm lrf Fort Pierce ,and, Mrs. Ernest, Butuex. j. i-, ;t ; 'A"

: after' spending vacation in ; '
'Visitors with Mr. and Mrs.
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North Carolina. They visited -
here, briefly with her sister Mrs. Leonard Johnson:on Friday 'and ';;." ,

V W.,Haines.and.brother,George Saturday, were Mrs. Elva Babbitt team !I.t.
Wickline.., from Augusta, Georgia and .
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Rev. and Mrs. 0., A. Radford

from Jesup, Georgia
Mr. and Mrs Myles Meeks ofl'
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Jacksonville after .. .:
spent Sunday -. !"
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Mrs. Agnes Lee spent Fridayin .r'
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. Daytona Beach," where she 'l S

i met Mr. and ,Mrs., Robert Ham. f
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here.MISS were on their return trip to Nol-

an's ,Point, N. J., after winteringIn
Palm Beach. ,,They spent the 1
:: aMISS day with 'Mrs. Arline Norris and (

Miss Mary' 'Furrer. '

I Mr..f and Mrs. Clarence' Shultz

? are to return to'their home here frty{
9 this weeK after I two weeks visit
with relatives in Indiana and

.. Illinois
F ," Then call,her;Long 1r.1 hw'.r
this (
Visitors week with
1 Distance this minute. It's .
and Mrs. Harry Dickinson
were
.: c iso easy,and costs so little. \
Mr. and Mrs. ,Harvey Hall from
t Save by calling atationtOt. .- ,A
t. station, Whitney Point, N., Y., rlots ;

c f't' Mrs,Robert Nolanfrom Seville I ,
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opened her home here. duringthe
, Call Long, weekend to
r spend some time. of hot water coming up .
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f, Distance Sgt. and Mrs. Bobby ,Anderson ,.
z are'to arrive next week with ELECTRICALLY !
their family from Fayetteville, I

/ri Twice as Fast N. C., to spend two weeks vaca
' .ro Call/ by Number tion :here with her parents Mr. An automatic electric water heater .. .requires no flues or vents, Your
ri and Mrs. V. W. Haines. is a friend-in-need when plenty of home stays cleaner and cooler.

r' .. hot water is wanted :. ..., quickly!
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3 .' FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHt demands, around-the-clock,'. when you go all-electric, in your

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:, no soot,no fumes kitchen-laundry. .
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Thursday,..,April 30, 1959 THE FLAGLER. TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA THREE.

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pass tighter labor control laws. but they dogo va Jong say, to: A .-
Unfortunately these 'new laws ward protecting ''the 'public 'in VACUUM: CLEANER: REPAIRS 'BUNNELL", ,.", .

will'probably affect those;unions terest and 'that-should be our Replacement parts for Electrolux G LODGE-No.' 200 "

, which have been behaving them- primary concern. 'Because I be. Kirby, Airway, Hoover, ,RexAir;&' !"..&.A.M/ !.
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selves" and 'doing a good job forth lieve that ,way, .too. ,L expect. ,to etc. All work guaranteed. 'Free Meets First sad htxd .T teldaj-:

ir.'members as well"as those support'these versions :of 'a la- pick up,, and delivery. Call ID
73630. Dean M. Peterson W. M:
who have, been exposed by :the bor bill when"the matter: comes r:
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JOHN
McClellan Committee. You see, uPon the-'floor 6f'the -Housev.' I

'we have to be. guided not only ., ,, -

by'what does occur under a law y NATURAL RIDGE : :i-i-: NOTICE : ::

but also by what can' happen. .LenC?\State*}ParI heat,! LakCity ".'" ,, 1 -- ...
Today under present law, it has I and, ,Wgh Springs. is the u.' Notice is hereby given 'that the following; described landsor so-

I been shown that unions can start. of a three.mile-longnatural. much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes
I .. herein set 'opposite'.same,- together with cost of such.sale and advertising .'
legally harass people and property i bridge' over"the"Santa Few River will be sold at public auctionn on the 1st day of June 1959. at
: the office of the City:Tax Collector in the Community Center Building
misuse trust, funds bar i Nature built it lengthwise the
a ; beginning at 10:00,Joc.It..A..J.L.Jn| the City Dunnel.. Flagler,County.. ,
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A. Syd.HerlongCongressman. man from earning 'a' living, river' ,Is"only/a"; .hundred"" yards 7 Florida.: > _
Filth "
DI8trl break contracts,. and ''interfere wide. ',_ .: Deseripti.n' of Land 'S T R A. Taxes &: Costa

with the use of streets and high Lots 1-2 HEX Block U Eric A. Lee 8.60.
We that action will Lot 9. Block 8' Isaac Jones :10
are hoping
waysamong'other'thlngs.. Let Lots 11-U, Block -3 _... x. Elisa Davis &: Hazel J
soon be taken in Congress on others : .. '. Emanuel ...... ,._ f.S&
do these thIngs', .and ;the DragliningBulldozing Lots 8-9-10.. Block 96 '_ -, Odell Hersey '_- U.5( '
the so-called, Labor Control Bill. law moves swiftly. .. Lot',.I. 'Block 13 ----:. -' 4; ,Arthur Parramore:&?wife. .

In 'your answers to our 'questionnaire Lot 6., Block 'U3 .; Mary.May'Phillips' .__-.r..r-_.I'... '6.00 3.2Ot .,

you showed an intense Industries must! operate under Lots 1-10-11-12.. .. Block., .. ,
-124'r, --- Riley' King _..;.:.._. ".80''
interest in this, question and 95 restraint. They can't' enter into .
" :Lots % Block lU
-3. Riley' .
.t- : .. KinK' .90 '
percent, of you who' 'answered price-fixing agreements.. They ,Lots 5.6. Block lU __ '_" _- .4., ..w.H, Hill &: Carrie ,_, 55.50. .

the poll: said .you' favored :cor must offer their goods' and .services Land :Clearing Lots 138'I 1-2 HEX Block w:' Herschel C. King &:> PegT-. -;.. r.e."1

rective legislation' in this field. in the competition of 'the gy' .. 11.50.
Lots 1.-%.'EX: :Val. Block'J: ; .
In addition to this, hundreds of market place or face the consequences Grading 138 Herschel .C.. King "Peg-. 1 '.
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you have written me expressing of the law. No such legal NEI4 HEX Lots 1-8. :

your desire; for corrective legislation .restraint.is placed on unions.In P. A.EDMONSON, 130._' .,. ._. .i :, .:...sA11Ie, "'Hunter. ',' l' 3.00. (
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Lot
: : 10. Block 138 Herschel ,C; King Peg-. ". ..'
with ;.teeth, 1n it. Phone IDlewood .7-3376 ,-- ---=- gY- .
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Lots
Kennedybill Part All 5-6. .. ,t.. ; "
., the Blocks16L..:...._.-:__".., 'L, _, W. H.. Hill & 'Carrle. .. n.OG ,.
and .
There is no questionbut Kennnedy-Irvin bill
Lot 1. Block 261 ___ Unknown .._ _:_: -,1.100"
legislation is needed-the, big do ,not face squarely' up to the I Lots Lot 3.2-3.-Block. Bloekt,2 1Lin.. Hts Lin .. '._..,'1!_'.3 t Bertha Anderson .."a.IO'; '

question Js: ,How: far;:can Congress -, issues involved. The' far' better FOR' Hts' ? : Ed LOndon &: Lt.icy .' 4.30-:'"

go to. correct the distressing measure 'is the, one offered by ,Lot 10. Block 3. LhiHts, ._ ..._ Edlth'HIll: &'John Hill Jr ...:105..,
Cot 5. Block 4. Lln Hta r, '. .? Jerry Brown .__ 6.00.
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situation In"my judgmentthe Senator "McClellan land by Congressman I SHELL FILL &. SAND. Lot 1.. Block..4. Lln' Hts.- ; .: Willie Clyde (Bass) ,4.'
disclosed Barden ,of 'North Caro- Brown ,
abuses "
.. by the Me- Lot 9 Block 4 .LJnHts/ Gladys Mills "3 8U
i Clellan Committee 'are1 the results linaJhe: ,distinguished chairman DIRT CONTRACTS Lots 1-12, Block 4. Lln "" ,. ., :_.J ; :"/..,
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Hts -_ .. ,1 Augusta Jones & Stella 9.30. .
not,so:much','of the lawless of. the House Committee on :Education :: :: ''Lot 6.Block6.LID'HtsA: .c James Butler"" ; l.63"i
CALL :: "Lots 1-2. Block 1. Bun- .... ... ... '
propensities- of certain labor and 'Labor. The'McClel "- : hell Homesltea .:, ._,,. f .. Charlie G Wl1llam. '&' Lar'": .', ;
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t-. leaders ,as'they' ,are ,of the po'. lan proposals) passed': the Senate' 'che'' --- ',%.05: '.
ESflL' "MISSlKNE'Phone Lot "C.- 'Block. :C.' ..Dun.tJ ...., .. '. .
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: on April '22nd. These bills' .,
: liticalclIiliaunderwh1ch these are nell Homesltes ,_ Joseph Underwood '&"An'j:
t particular unions, :and their not' designed to curry the political HE'' 9-2094 ,Lots 9-10.." .:1-., f ; nle __...._..,_, ...,,, ..:..,'1.00.

leaders, have been allowed to ,favor of, the:.labor Readers ver.." ,Jasper'Anderson '.:1+: ",.10= '

, become arrogant and i jo 'toSsR' -they will not' win ,the 'votes FLAGLER. BEACH Lots ver C-17.Sub.Block_' .M 1. _Car-. L '. Otis. 'Ellzy"' : : ':'S:.J_.. '2,10... .' ,' .

their political and economic of. many 'of the labor+,leaders I .L- ,,P Yt-T Colie. cltyt '
.. .. ........ 4-304t'8' g tor. BunneiLFlorida.,;
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t ,: weight around, to' such, 'an .extent I ----4:- --: ;;- r

[: '. in some;; cases :;as,to, be' in J PRESENTING. .. 'THE:!.NATIONAL.OPEN' CHAMPIONS FOR :1959, r. Vrr i .". \ t :. t:)

i. open."cierl;. nce'not' : of the --- :
'.. public interest.but only even'of our ., .: ,7 ct'T : j c:: ;:.

--- 5' -" '-",- Ford Thundvrbird'. ,. ,
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r government itself. Calaxi.Skybn.r.t' ." w .. 'r,_ :th.. luxury convrttbUevsryon .= 1/:'''. -; .; '
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-. world's only'r.tractabk k w .': :to:.:
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Under the ,laws that'we now '!:; '
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have most' ,unions* use; them tot 1' A : .. ", .
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the benefit of their members, .but r 7WJIIDJE i !
because some labor leaders
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abuse the rights granted, ,to ,

thcm.wlt. o t, technically 'violating -' .It 1N

r1.t J present laws, it means { }

that if we measure Up to our

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ER1KA SAMOK. ./,dW. '.
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" NOTICE TO' DEFEND WONIDIEIRIFUL[ ANIDp ) .-:: !:
p-: THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: I \ .W' f.ir..
"r-,, .. ,,. Erika SamokCodrlngton .
Apartment 31C :: : .
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"*' euit-has are'been hereby filed' against that you In a < : ..WQmrIH MOJJEj -' I ;' "
I the -above entitled cause; and you
are hereby required to file ,your __ s ._ : : Z:
answer with the Clerk of: this ;
Court and to serve a copy thereof
t upon the' plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney .; i s : r-

(",: : whose, ,name .and addressIs :- :. ; .Il

Ray Selden ; r' : < ',.': .
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/ 1959.If. '.t itt : : -t. I _
t \ 'l'" !1)t N w4 x w {Y1 n $ 7fFJr frlr 1 0 .. ._
/l.t :- you fail 'to do so decree pro i'.h':; fi1 ;;. i LiJu .fM.Wnpyp( fS)4FI ?! )4{JN, .!, J fF .L$: t"r
conitsso'will be, entered against '! "J { lf .:'!: C!!
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bill of 'complaint. The nature of : -l.f: ; J : 'ixi% '
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said suit being: for Divorce. : J'A .c- i*, :r. 45y.i3i nill' s -. '
WITNESS my hand and seal of <- : fI/If'
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i said Court this 28th. day' of April .: .. s :
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MARIE ANNISON, Plaintiff, j'I'I ,' \. ";"t.. ...J'1. o.IaI s-s.. j 1 i' ,t:1( ", ',"

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You are' Ihereby'l1otnfled that? a ,. ,: for ."nshine'living fi.its best!: .. .,i ,.i,
: ", suit,' has been filed against you In -- ,. .--.- ,.. ,.,. ... ..-- .. ,
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f --'' the above-entitled:'cause;and you .... -"v If 'your'taste runs to top-downers (and'whose doesn't .. ....... <
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answer with 'the Clerk of this ,,' .. consider for,a moment the glamorous.Calaxie SunUner. You'llf II' ,. .. ... .liIi'.
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.5.; Court. 'aj d to seas .a copy thereof .. :
!Yr upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs at- ': : ,marvel at Thunderbird, styling, you'll thrill'to its ., i "' ..
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: Thunderm .
.k' ; bird sizzle and mmDJ. fS J. r .r .r I
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:..' :' BuUcJlD s- -< v new needs wax. Mufflers are \. t .- -. t' .' t -,. n-d -.. "'

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t?*' '*:.. "' PAGE?FOUL._ _-* ,. _...., ..... ..- THE.FLAGLER ,TRIBUNE,. BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday April' %0, 1959Government

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>:: : 1 1r I MILL, ICED NEAR OTXNO I I At least ten countries use the 1 I FLAGLER IN, THE CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT FLORIDA OF

_...:..if The; sills of the mU which I O. F. ALFOHD eagle as, the symbol of' su I IN CHANCERY NO.'ao&
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once ground meal for the ,town Registered premacy. JEAN PITTIUS.
r I Plaintiff
of O'Leno still 'be in
Employees may seen
'Real Estate IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, SEEVEN- vs.
Broke
the bed of the river in this I ] TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND WILLIAM PITTIUS.Defendant.
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On IncreaseExpanded charming State Park near High! BnnaalL Florida FOR IDA. FLAGLER IN CHANCERY COUNTY NO. 22M FLOR- NOTICE TO DEFEND.

Springs.. i LILY O'DONNELL. a widow THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
r and VIOLET I. WEST. William 'PittiusCliffvfood

4 -__-m--__-_- -__- _- _- _- _- _- _- _- _-_ .-_ .-....._ _.......... ......_ Plaintiffs Post Office
services by state .... ............................................ .1 -vs- You Cllffwood are hereby, New notified Jersey that a

:. and local governments in Flor- WILLIAM G. SORG' and AN- suit has been filed 'agaInst you in
NABELLE SORO, husband and the above entitled cause; and you
ida have resulted in a 20' percent AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm wife, etc. et al.. are hereby required to file your answer -
or Defendants. with the Clerk of this Court.
increase in numbers ofem
L L. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
and to serve a thereof upon
.. ... copy
I'- ployees and a 35 'per'cent up- ---. .lr.W......--.-.-.-.-.-. .-.-.-.-.-.-,:-,:-.-.--.--.- ...1. I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the plan tiff or plaintiffs attorney..
Is
; page in payrolls during the pasts AUTO SERVICE BOAT 5EBVICE' Foreclosure whose Ray name Selden and address :

two years the Florida State I I Ii I Selden Daytona Building Beach. Floridanot .

Chamber of Commere reports. McDANIEL'S Court. Seventh Circuit later than 22nd day of May
i ORMOND MARINA. and for' Flagler County. Florida together A. D.. 1959.
: with ,Amendment to said I If fall to do decree pro
r." t. By the end of last year there Service Station NEW COVERED STORAGE Final Decree dated April 14th. 1959. confesso you will be entered so. ,againstyou
for boats on trailenv wherein Lily O'Donnell. a widow
fpr the relief demanded in the
r was a total of 141,752 persons STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS i Concrete Ramp and Violet' I. West are plaintiffs bill of complaint. The nature of
t- employed by state and local MARINE WAYS-EXPERT REPAIRS and William G. Sorg and Anna- I said suit being for divorce.
I TlresBatteriesMlnor'RepalrsBunnell I Boats rebuilt &. reflnlshed belle Sorg husband and wife: A. S. WITNESS my hand, and seal of
governments together in Florida Conley Jr.. trading and doing business said Court this 16th day of AprilA.
$46- Gulf white gas & marine products as Caudill's Concrete; HarveyM. D. 1959.Official .
of
with a monthly payroll ID 7-7119 I
1618 John .Anderson Dr. OH 7-2631 Nowell, doing business as Day- ( Seal)
.; 278,000, the State Chamber ''re- tona Oak .Flooring T. H. Mitchell RALPH E. HARBERT
and D. B. Alexander, 'doing business -
Clerk of said! Circuit Court
; ported. Local governments (including Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION BOATS AND MOTORS. as,Mitchell &: Alexander; Willie April 23-30 & May 1.U-4tc.
I W. White; McCormick Lum-
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district and
city
. county,
ber Company Florida Corporation -
a
IN THE CIRCUIT COt'RT OF
. governments) made up three. I Johnson's; Boat .Baain ,' and Midland 'Distributors, Inc.. KLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA
\ a Florida Corporation are defend- ,
IN
CHANCERY NO. 3097
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', .. fourths of 'both the employee GULF TIRES & BATTERIES BOATS &.-_ oooRS: ants; I will sell to the highest and HENRY BARANSKI
'f best bidder for cash at the North PlaIntiff
and the' payroll totals. Open 7. A.M.-1O P.M.-7 Days Rented 7 days. a week Front Door of the Flagler County .

'" Employees in education, including State&,Lambert US, 1-ID 7-7190' Live Bait-Launching Ramp Courthouse Flagler County.the,Florida City of at'Bunnell.11 0'-I, IRENE BARANSKI.Defendant..

higher education, num. I Fishing Tackle clock A. M. on the' 18th day of'
NOTICE TO DEFEND
,. bered 58,984 with monthly pay. 10 mi., N Flagler-'Beath' on' AlA May. A. D.property 1959. the as following set' forth described in THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
Colonial Service Station Irene Baranski
said final decree, to-wit:
'(for ten
': roll of $22,128.500 WITNESS my hand and seal at 98 Marion Avenue

;. months). General governmental EARL E. RICE,.:Proprietor t BOAT .SHOP, Bunnell Flagler, County Florida. You Buffalo.'are hereby New notified York that a
this 15th day of April. A. D. 1959.
7. for GAS-OII-LUBRICATION' suit has been _filed against you in
accounted
services 25,482 employees RALPH' E. HARBERT
, Largest and Most .
MOTOR TUNE-UP Complete the above entitled CI\U. ; id you
Court
As Clerk Circuit
and'a' payroll $8,952- I are hereby required a.. IU. your answer -
GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIESU.S. Stock of Boats, MotorsMarine' Flagler' County Florida with the Clerk of this Court.
... ( .., April 23-30 & May 7-U--4tc
800.Public \ HIWAT 1 BUNNELL and to serve a copy thereof upon
\ health and hospital employees Supplies In' the Area'S IN THE' COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
whose name and address is:
f>.; numbered 18,979 with a Augustine-Ph., .VA 9-2764 FLORIDA.AND FOR IN FLAGLER PROBATE COUNTY NO.- Ray Selden

. payroll of $4,654,800 monthly. Hall's Atlantic Station IN Estate RE:, of F. M. Townsend Selden Daytona Building Beach. Floridanot

There were 12,015 employees in 'I' CLEANERS Deceased. later than May 22nd A. D. 1959.
Jack Hall
proprietor'GASOILSLUBRICATION ,NOTICE TO CREDITORS If you fail to do HV, U.< reo pro
highway and street departmentswith confesso will be entered against
TO: ALL CREDITORS AND"ALLPERSONS'
BUNNELL. CLEANERS, ,HAVING CLAIMS OR you for the relief demanded In the
a' $3,505,00 payroll. Tires t I DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ES blU of complaint. The nature of
Batteries 1 1I
Public welfare, sanitation, natural -Accesories I EVERY CLEANING TATE. said suit being for divorce.
ROAD You. and each of you, are hereby WITNESS my hand and seal of ,
utilization and SERVICE SERVICE'
resources notified and required' to. presentany said Court, this 21st dayof AprilA.
miscellaneous services account. I BUNNELL Tel. ID I Open Dally 8-5:30 claims and demands which you. D. 1969. ,
? 1-3651. or; either of you. may have againstthe Official Seal)
ed for the balance of 26,292 persons Saturday. 8-6:30 Estate of F. M. TOWNSEND. RALPH E. HARBERT
'employed' and -:a total I .Ffca ID:'r=slss. Deceased. late of Flagler County Clerk of said Circuit Court.
JOE MORRIS: : Florida to the HON. DUANE A.DEEN. ApriI23-30 & May 7-14-4tc
monthly payroll of $7,037,800. ,. s f U5-N.-BaySt.-. ".BwmeD" County Judge: of Flagler --- -
. PUBE County 'at his office in the County IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Part.time employees have been 0ij Courthouse in Bunnell Flagler FLAGLER COUNTY.. FLORIDA*
full-time DRUG STORES County. Florida. within eight IN CHANCERY NO. 3989
to equivalentsin
adjusted GAS-OIL LUBRICATION: months from the date of the first MARY JEAN SHORT.Plaintiff
these tabulations.In TIRES -:: ACCESSORIES publication of this Note."" ,
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Anderson Drug1 Store Each claim or demand must be
addition to the above, there Open I 7:30kM., 9 P.M. in writing and must state the placeof RALPH L. SHORT, L'
were 46,906( ? regular and part- Prescriptions residence and post-otfce address Defendant.NOTICE .
FLAGLER BEACH ( of the claimant.and must be sworn TO DEFEND
; time civilian employees, of the Sick :Room Supplies to by the claimant his agent or THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
federal government'in Florida t Sundries his attorney or it will become void Ralph L. ShOrt
according to law.
J. L. Presswood Garage DATED April 14th A.D 1959. Address Unknown
last yea. BUNNELL I CLARA S. TOWNSENDW. You are hereby notified that a
H. MORRIS. suit has been filed against you in
STANDARD PRODUCTS As Executors of the Last Will the above entitled cause; and you
; Moody Pharmacy and Testament of F. M. TOWNSEND are hereby required to file your answer -
General
Repairing-Road Service Deceased. with the Clerk of this Court.
Visit Our Grocery Department.For Flagler County's Corner Drug Store I First Publication on: April 16. and to serve a copy thereof upon.
Mitchell. Donahoo &: Rogers the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
Frozen Foods and Staples, PRESCRIPTIONS 1r la. Natl. Bank Bldg. whose name and address Is;
FLAGLER BEACH DRUGS-SUNDRIES Jacksonville. Florida W. Cecil Grant
t FOUNTAIN April 16-23-30 ,& May 7-Itc 407% Main Street
SERVICE
Daytona Beach. Florida
BunnelL Fla. Phone ID 7-3661 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.'SEVENTH not later than May 16th A. D. 1959.
Sullivan' Gulf 'Service JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND If you fail to do so. decree pro
FOR FLAGLER COUNTY, FLOR confesso will be entered againstyou
.,GULF Thompson Pharmacy'Your IDA. IN CHANCERY NO.--- for the relief demanded in the
DOROTHY B. SELIN.Plaintiff. bill of complaint. The nature of
RECENTLY, some metropolitan GASOILSLUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSORIES Health Is Wealth said suit being for divorce and.
carried on their V8 I custody of minor child.
Beach Information Put Your.PRESCRIPTIONS. WILLIAM LEAR SELIN. WITNESS my hand and seal of
sports pages a large ad which promoted "Specializing lest Service and Defendant. said Court this 13th day of AprilA.
a particular artificial lure Clean Rooms" NOTICE OF SUIT D. 1959.OfficIal .

which'"catches the big ones and In The Heart of Flagler'Beach, In Our'Hands OF IN FLORIDA THE NAME: OF THE STATE ( Seal)

catches' fish every ,time". or' 141 W. Granada- Ormond 7-1421 TO: William Lear Selin RALPH E. HARBERT
Clerk of said Circuit Court
7 Pen. Road
something to that effect The ad AUTO REPAIRS I West Orange Bryn New Jersey April 16-23-30 &: May 7-Itc

probably.sold many of the hires FLORISTS You are hereby required to file
.- with the Clerk of this Court your IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. .
since fishermen are notably susceptible Shield's Service Station answer to the Complaint filed herein SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
to a "sure t! nI'." I Blacks Flower ShopPhone against you in the above entitled AND FOR THE COUNTY OF FLAG-'
man's is Chester McKenzie Mechanic I| cause on or before the 22nd LER, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
Actually, one opinion IDlewooU 7-3348 NO. S668
day of May, A. D. 1959 and serve
.. that there Just isn't any one single COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS P. O. Box 3 Bunnell Fla. I a copy thereof upon W. RICHARD IN RE: Adoption of
bait or lure that will catch fish aU Right Now We.li Overhaul'and' EVERY and F. L. SALOMON II. ERNESTdWAYNE FENDER. JR.
.
Flowers For All OccasionsWe plaintiffs' attorneys herein, whose
Your Power Mower
the time or that will, catch only Repair address is 533 Seabreeze Boulevard SUZANNE FAYE FENDER, minors
the big ones. And if' there was I ,No Job Too Biff Or Too Small accept orders for Delivery Daytona Beach. Florida: "FLAG by FRANK HUTCHESON.
'111 No. Bar St.. Bunnell Anywhere in the U.S.A. LER TRIBUNE" Is 'hereby desig- NOTICETO
such a lure fishing would cease nated as the newspaper in which : ERNEST WAYNE FENDER. Sr.
to be the exciting, challenging this order shall be published once Residence unknown
Smitty's 66 Service FLOOR COVERING a week for four consecutive weeks. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
sport that it is. It would becomeso ,
'HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A DECREE a Petition for the Adoption
boring ,that probably most of, Phone HE 0-2321 PRO CONFESSO WILL BE of the white minor children. ERNEST -
ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR WAYNE FENDER Jr. and
us would probably give it up. 'The Moat Complete Modern Tilecraft Company"LET SUCH FAILURE. SUZANNE FAYE FENDER, male.

Foottng the fish,whether he boa* Auto Service on The nature of this suit.is a bill and female respectively was filed ..
.. US FLOOR YOU" for divorce. in the above cause on the 10th day
bream bass treat walleye a FLAGLER' BEACH
mDperch. .
of March.
WITNESS my hand and seal! at A. D. 1959 by FRANK
kie, or what have 'J'01I-. General Repairs-Wheel Balancing Armstrong' & Kentile BunnelF. Flagler County Florida, HUTCHESON. and you are hereby
that'. fee best part of the sport offlthin Towing_ &: Wrecking Sold and Installed this 15th day of April. A. D. 1959. commanded to be and appear in
TV Stamps (Sear) I RALPH E. HARBERT the above-named Court on or before -
*.You have to be at the right All Work .Guaranteed Clerk of the Circuit Court the 18 day,of May. A. D. 1959.

spot. at the. right time, and'with Ormond Beach -' OR 7-3181 Bunnell. Florida to show cause If any there be.
AUTO PARTS-USFD April 23-30'- May 7.14-4tc '- why the Petition for Adoptionshould
the proper tares or live bait. And not be granted. .
when yon come up with a limit HARDWARE IN THE ,CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Dated this, 14 day of April A. D.

catch there's real satisfaction la :Vet. Service Station Bunnell.Iarmera. Supply Co. SEVENTH OF FLORIDA.JUDICIAL IN AND CIRCUIT FOR 1959(Seal)

knowing that 'yon planned your FLAGLER COUNTY. IN CHANCERY RALPH E. HARBERRTClerk
.NEW"1e USED. PARTS JOHN DEERE NOPETITION of Circuit Court. Flag-
tI'IpweD. Prides Paid.for Wrecked Cars Agricultural&Industrial Equipment OF HERBERT E. ler County.
There are many fishermen who Top ANDERSON for the Adoptionof April 16-23-30 & May 7-Itcfrilratt
"set" in their when 24-Hour Towing and,Wrecking STEELBare' FRANK FULTON MAR-
it'
are ways & Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled CUM. JR.. a MinorIN
comeS to fishing; either they use Service Black&Galvanized Pipe & Fittings THE NAME AND BY THE !

only artificial lures they stickto S.1.South ID 7-3557 7-3470 LAWN MOWER REPAIRS AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
or U. or .,,- FLORIDA -. It _
live bait fishblg..They miss out 1 DEEN- RD. Phone ID.73143 'TO: FRANK, FULTON MARCUM. mfrr Jnaglrr ( *

on a'lot of fun-and a lot,of good Whose whereabouts and
BAR AND PACKAGE STORELUCKY'S '" ,placeof residence is un BUNNELL.!: FLORIDA
fishing! ; ,tOO. REAL ESTATE; I ;known to PetitionerYou
True there are'-.me'whet overdo are hereby notified that a
-, petition .has' been filed in the above
Givens ;
it, loam themselves down BARFUAGtERBEACJT Margaret styled cou'rt for the adoption of MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor

with hundreds of tares and ... FRANK FULTON MARCUM. JR, a
Reg. ,Real Estate Broker. minor by the petitioner HerbertE ,
..rte buckets and cans tf'lhreCbait : '
I : : Notary PublicSpecidlzlnX' ; Anderson and you are requiredto DelMto4 Official "MIeati*.
but there. Is m the mttdta' ,Dancing; :Saturday: Hires 'In ,serve a'copy of your. Answer or
f.. Public R.tleee..f F'aclew
Objections 'to show cause why said
bracket a host ., happy and snecessfol -,
S SSion'Suriday"P:1.L; OCEAN & ,RIVER PROPERTIESPhone : petition should not"be granted on
Jam c..f7" MuaieigUtte. tiered
... anglers who ea&elk-'mor.
HEmlock 9-2035 too qulrefCitizensUBank Building -
than their'shareof.nh:bee****: BAR PACKAGE' STORE Ken Mar. Motel-Flagler Beach .. Bunnell.E Florida. and file the .sad tlk* Btatf .f FUrtdaIaM

they come prepared and because original the office of the Cleric .

they,know bow to .effectively use. BESTAUBAMT .. BUILDING.SUPPLIES Mv of 'the 25.Circuit un. -Court" ; on or before' Ea..... .. ..< Mrekrmary .

both artificial .and live bait. I Herein" Fall,Not or a:decree pro .,1915.at'tfc* ...i....

SEASIDE MANOR 'WICKLINE con you.:' 8so' will be entered. against at ........ n....... aadee act .: '

MEAL'S BLUFF ,4 Witness my' hand and the seal >March. S, 197* '
PLACE Building
; Supplies, of said Court. in Bunnell. Florida. ; .,
Both Rock Bluff and Neal's' or &BEEXR t this 20th 1959.
ON P'' j: ; day of April.
; .fl s 'CEMENTf: CEMENT BLOCKS
Battery Bluff are in Torreya State HOT-PIzzAIN BEER WINE MINUTES TO'Gd .v '" STEEL RALPH As E.' HARDER said .On rmr 'tlJQvtx

:Park near Bristol. Neal's Bluff is SANDWICHES OF ALL_ KINDS td aw Circuit-. \Court. : monllu-L25, iI
over'twice as hfgM'a#RtL.um I flailed Beach, fj HE->2141,': Flagler'BeachiE, 9-225: April( )23-30- & May 1-U--4tc


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Food Market


t Hughes Rep. William Wadsworth; who I Your Red & White Store
Carolyn
I lis attending this session of Legislature I .

I LevitonEngagement in Tallahassee, spent 119 N. BAY St. Phone ID 7-3496
Benny the, past weekend here with his

I i; ; Told family.from He Hawthorne was accompaniedhere by ,his MEAT DEPARTMENTArmour

I""' Mr and Mrs. Daniel Malloy mother, Mrs: Lotta Wadsworth, Star Jr. BROILERS
Homerville I who also spent the ''weekend TURKEYS Ib.39c
;, Hughes of Georgia, to 8 1bs
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,announce the engagement of here. ,
4 Armour Star SLICED Cello Pak .
their daughter Carolyn Jeannette -
Miss Johnnie Durrance, a
to Benny Eugene 'Leviton. I BACON 55C
f student.at Florida State University to
son of Mr. and Mrs. James Benjam1n '
in 'Tallahassee,. spent the Small & Meaty
Levitonof Fargo, Georgia.
: past.weekend.here with her par- ,
Miss Hughes was graduatedfrom I SPARE RIBS 49c
ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Dur to
Clinch County.High School,
t.. ,and will receive her drgree in I rance. Armour StarFRANKS .

} Elementary Education from the Mrs. Leonard Moody and tt 55CGENERAL

Georgia State College for Womenin daughter, Eula Lee, spent the

..! Milledgeville in June. past weekend here with Mr. Stokelya IZ os.CATSUP ,
Mr. Leviton, also a graduateof Moody. Mrs. Moody is attending .
Clinch County High School, Florida State University in 2 for39c

will receive his degree in Business Tallahassee this semester.

t Administration from the QUICK-CHANG ARTIST Bremner 12'sCHOCOLATE

University of Georgia, Athens, I L. L. Brannam and children Jacqueline Bauer, Parisian JUMBO PIES: '39c'

J in June. \ I Susan, Nancy, Levi Jr., and model rests a minute between
The wedding will take place James Alan, were ,in Jacksonville dress showings. She can show
30 dresses In V& hours. Chase d SaaboruINSTANT
June 21, at the Homerville Meth';'I Sunday. They visited the .

odist, Church. Open House at the Banner Food i I I MESA 'VERDE RUINS COFFEE 6 OL Jar 79c
Miss Hughes is a former resident Company ,and also a radio sta. Limit 1 Jar with Ss.oO Food Order

of Bunnell. tion there. Mesa Verde ,in Colorado has ,
one of the largest concentrationsof Bordens GLACIER CLUB <
Mrs. F. H. Howell of Sylvania, Mrs. George A. Jarosz,: the prehistoric ruins in the United ", '

Georgia is spending few days newly elected president of the. I I States. But so far only a,few, of I ICE CREAM) l/z Gal. 59c

here at her, home and visiting St. Mary's Guild of Korona, at- its hundreds of known archeological !\ ., '."
with Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Mc. tneded the 29th Annual Conven I I ,sites, have been scientitif- FROZEN FOODS :

Knight ,and Mrs J. H. McKnight tion of the St. Augustine : ically excavated. Birdaeye 10 oz. j l '
I Jr., cesan Council of Catholic"WOe "." .
STRAWBERRIES 2. for45Sunkist -
men last week, held in Clear-
Mr. and Mrs.. L. H. Drady water. REFINANCE YOUR DEBTS' )6 oz: '
With a Long, Term !
visited in Columbus, Georgia,
: during :the, past weekend with CARD OF THANKSWe I II LEMONADE 9 for lOO
I relatives. wish to extend our heart. FEDERAL LAND};' BANK
t Pen Pale ,
__ felt thanks to all -our friends and FARM 'LOANR. s
Mrs. Walter Knight and Mrs. neighbors who extended 'coin- I ;; J SHRIMP ,TID'BIT boxs
I't Tommy .Durrance visited .in''Bra-. fronting sympathy at the' W. BRYAN '
passingof f Production.,Credit Assn. Swanson 11 ozBEEF'CHICKEN...., ,._or.TURKEYTV ,. ., ,
denton Thursday fit..,week ,, our father .and .brother, E. t+ n --h- '' '
with Mrs.. Fred McKenzie:;*' She W._ Cody. For 'the beautiful .PALATKA' FLORIDA r" DINNERS. .. t.. 55c' :
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j recently underwent surgery there. floral contributions; arfd 'other I Wednesday-lOiOO. .

{ They were. accompanied 'home kindnesses; we are deeply. grate
Ii t| by Mrs.. Dora Joiner' of Tampa ful. \

{r who will visit1'here ,this week. The Cody Family. I.. ,

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Veterans you can move into!home within Bunnell city limitson I !jh1I : Upright Freezer puts all food with.

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Flagler Beach. Come see' for k x:4 t

'. yourself. Representative on I FOR SALE-by owner, 2 bedroom 1 Nine position temperature selector' -

premises Sunday 2 to 5 P. M. house,, Terazzd floors, 'on waterfront r': 4'? permits temperature selection .:
A. R. Thomas, Inc., RE Broker, lot. See Cletus, ,Strauser, I from 0 to minus 1,00 Fahrenheit, '
Daytona Beach, CL 21581. -<{' :i_ also "off' position.. :,
Avalon St., Venice Park, Flag- .y ; i'S
April 30-Itc. Beach. 4-30-2tp I I :. se- : 3-year written ,warranty against j .

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FOR SALE-160 acre farm, seven : FOR SALE-on water front
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equipment and wall refrigerator i
Florida room with fireplace, ,!
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'Robert L. Danner, builder. Phone 1 IA'
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: ; Folk Festival Starfish Often :Beat itself forward on these suckers !I
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at the rate of about six inches j I
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Gourmets To Oysters a minute. Though slow, it has I I :%>V t*" l lGBAVEDIGGEB

?: Foster Memorial no trouble catching clams, whichare I : *

Oystermen have -appealed to even slower, or oysters I ; Ar; ( t \

: Set for May '123One Congress for an all.out war a- which don't move, at all. i j \
five-armed invader.-the
" gainst a To open .an oyster often near-
\, starfish. itself-the starfish ,
. ly as big as
' of the nation's outstanding -
p collectors and singers of' This weird creature gobbles up grasps' its prey, in a many-arm ,
t of millions of oysters every year, ed embrace. Hundreds of. suckIng -
Hunter
: folk songs, Max, ,
wreaking havoc in one ol Ameri disks fasten onto the shell '
: Springfield, ,Mo., will have an
I ca's important food industries. and begin to tug in relays so ,
!:: important. part in the seventhr
Oystermen have poured thous; that some can rest while others
annual Florida Folk Festival to
ands of dollars into a never- pull. The oyster can resist the
f. be held at the Stephen Foster
-. ending battle to halt the ,ma- pressure for a. while, but event
r Memorial at White Springs, on \
;: May 1, 2, and 3, Thelma A. Bol rauders. They have caught ually it tires. The shell opens i w-
of starfish, but the and the battle is
events thousands over. i
fr tin, director of special I
; at the memorial announces. predators keep right on coming.. The starfish then turns the _
r "Mr.Hunter, is reputed to have Congressmen from Connecticutseek lower part of its stomach in- j

t. the greatest collection of unpublished : legislation authorizing the side out and extends it through ? Farmer August Bruns Jr. doesn't worry
r folk songs in the country, Interior Department to make a a mouth at the center of its I_ about ghost although his farm in Illinois Is located above an

J'// : and will sing many of them to militant campaign. against; the underside. The stomach en- ancient prehistoric burial site. '
(.- his own guitar accompainment starfish. Scientists are experimenting velops the soft parts of the oys- I

: during the Festival," Miss Bol-, with chemical treat- ter and digests them. When I

',:' : tin 'said. ment of oyster beds. More research the meal is over, the stomach IHSHRE-Stay Insured & Rest Assured
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"He travels extensively through j is needed .to find effectIve withdraws. -

. the Ozark country and visits| controls.Related .
; country stores and out of the! To Sea Urchins Regenerates Lost Arms GET THE: BEST PROTECTION FROM :
the bane of Menhaden and other fish prey
. way places to learn many of his Though oystermen' .
on the starfish, but .it has
a
the starfish fascinating habits
;: backwoods s ngs., she said. '
F. Another "guest" folk singer the National Geographic re trick to avoid destruction: .It can H. T.. COOK AGENCY
Its.manner of life differs lose an arm and, grow it back
from, out of state tq be heard ports. ,
- on the program will be Philip markedly from that of most animals again. Even more startling, a Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida ,
known to man. The creature severed arm can .,develop ,intoa -
"- Kennedy, of Chapel Hill, N. c., I
, Miss Boltin announced. "We alSo is not a fish1 at all. It be complete starfish. Before biologists

longs to the Echinodermata made this discovery,
will have a number of performers
t from Georgia and Ala phylum, a biological groupingthat oystermen would often cut up I CRAIG FUNERAL HOME

bama," she said, "though the Includes the sea urchins, the starfish they caught and :

great. majority of'the singers, brittle,stars, sea cucumbers, and throw them back into the. sea.)

..' dancers, fiddlers, craftsmen and sea lilies.; This simply increased the number -' A. H... CRAIG. Funeral Director

other will be native Floridians." The starfish's body radiatesas of pests. JOHN HARDIN. Associate

Programs will be held on the, many as-40 arms, though the Starfish are: caught by dragging '1 AIR OXYGEN

Foster, Memorial's shaded .outdoor five-armed starfish is best hug mops over the sea CONDITIONEDCHAPEL LADY EQUIPPED
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I stage overlooking the'SUe known. Slender transparent bottom. Tiny pinchers act al I' ATTENDANT
; wannee, River. On Friday and tubes called "tube' feet" stubblethe most independently of the rest AMBULANCES

, Saturday there will be performnces arms. Each tube foot hasa of the starfish. They are believed -
Phone ID 7-3532
at 10 a.m. and at 1:30 sucking disk at its extremity.To to protect the skingillsfrom
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. -. p. m., with the final program move, the starfish draws parasites.- I 201 ,E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA .
at ,,3 p.m. Sunday.
-- Miss Boltin said that groups
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,. and individuals, including the "S
. Seminole and Creek Indian rep * 4- .......; .S.. ,

resentatives on the. various programs *: : XBWS'.inOanewo1thidOf :X- .
will be in C costume. \ : -:- : GIBDER FRAME -

, Assisting Miss 'B ltin in stage *' .V
-' management. of the diversified finish.thatfimeeds. 'no : .. : -

program -will be Jim Eller of .
J waxingioropolishing J : : .
Tallahassee, Culbreath (Cubby) .
Whltehe d. ,of Bradenton, and :* foroupito.tlireeiS .. NEW ECONOMY'HI-T'HRIPT.-IN
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' .- Agricola, 'the 16th century German . : a gallon. : -
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