The Flagler tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00146
 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: October 8, 1959
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00146
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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, Meeting Held by I I 4-H% Livestock Show Action \of .

Committee ForForest County Board

. S .L Termed Big SuccessGrand At Meet Monday -

;;, Fire Unit. I 1 i

:: At the organizational meeting .
Champion trophieswere
r County Fire Nassau county* and Jack ,Prator, Tax Assessor D. D. Moody pre
of the Flagler Forest
} won by Johnny, Simpson sented the 1959 tax roll at the
Prevention Committee, held at and David Lewis in the 4-H'Club also of Nassau county.CompetitionWas county commissioners' meeting
keen in all
Flagler County Headquarters on tr ,, Livestock 'Show, ,held at the Monday morning. The roll was
'' I ,the contests, however, the Show-
October courthouse here Saturday after- board.
L. E Wadsworth was electedchalrrhan I manship, Fitting, and Grooming accepted by the
noon. The board voted
to notify
the D: D. Contests, gave the judges their
t of group. I -Reserve Grand' Champion tro- residents on the airport propertyto
real trouble.
f Moody and Charles, E. Creal' phies were won.b owners> Mick- vacate. the:premises within 30
to the executive The show was termed as very
i were elected II IIt Ramsey in he_ Jersey class days. The road superintendent
committee. County Ranger G. B.I I successful in every way and, all
and by .Arthur Carle in the in it would be directed to remove all
,!J- will act as secretary. Other II those who had any part
Kelly ''
,classof two year old wooden structures and clean up
i members of the committeeare y I are to be commended for their. \
heifers. property.
: R. W. Deen, Jr., H. C. King, : 11- w i fine work.
routine busi-
Sinipson's'grand I As a matter of
? and R. F. Tucker. champion 2-year-old Jersey heifer ness,the board approved deputy
t. The fire prevention committee !bolds the rand sheriff bonds, for Harold Emery
" consists of' local citizens inter- ,. ICbest X-Rays I
championship In the 8-inonthsold and Deputy Court Clerk Shirley
_'.:; ested in the conservation of tim is
s ber, through the prevention of class in the 4-H Club show Here Next WeekThe I Hodges.'The *bids of Brannam's
', forest wild fires. The committee on of May 10, 195$. grocery,
Food Market was accepted for
was provided for by an act .of In the two-year-old Jersey
the month.
the 1957 legislature. heifer class blue ribbons were mobile chest x.rayunit
of the State Board of Health Holidays for road employeeswere
District Forester J. H. Smith I awarded to owners John Simpson .
+ will be in October set as July 4th, Thanks-
Flagler county
Mickey ,.Ramsey, Martin
of the Florida Forest Service ,' ,
i I giving, and three 'days for
presented certificates of appoint- I I Tucker, Tommy. Kahlert and 13 through 15.
I Christmas.
l ment and discussed the need of ,' Flynn Edmonson. Red ribbons, '.The unit will. be atMosby's I
M S protecting the woodlands of'this went to Mike- McMillan, Johnny ,store building in Flagler Beach
county from wildfires. Smith I I Metts Jessie Overby,. Eddie':Pel- Tuesday, October 13 from ::1 to Farming CensusQuestionnaires
pointed out that out of a total licer and Mickey Ramsey, own- 4 P.M.
acreage of 322,000 acres in Flag- I I ers. White ribbon .awards,went :
s"4 ...JI' ler county, 283,800 acres, are privately : to Mike. .Cook, Levi Brannam;: .,",At Charlie's Bar, in Bunnell.on on .
owned forestland, and Jr., arid:-Billy' Cauley as;owners.: Tuesday afternoon, 'October 13,

produce a large portion of Flag ,In the Guernsey, twoTyear-old frgm5to8P.M. :Are Being Mailed .
'+ ler county income. heifers class :was the grand At Lehigh -Portland Cement

All of the county's forest:land champion winner, ,owned by Company's plant on Wednesday i ,Questionnaires for the 1959
R t f it .was stated, is under organized David Lewis: Blue ribbons were afternoon, October 14, from 2 to Census of Agriculture are now

.'n forest ,fire protection. .To. report awarded to Lewis, Arthur Carle, 5 o'clock- \ In. the mail ,and will be in the
'L .1 ...,. _a wild fi t x.911/,'our: .y Ranger! : ,an .
"! c'B.; ;' ICel1ya\lphol1e1'ID"l-3198- .. .M. winners in this,'' class was a two-* ,'pctobem ,from 6 to 8P.; .M. a fewT days; :it'( was announced -
l U.; The fire 'protection is''paid. by year-old heifer owned by David Their downtown in Bunnell on by Field Director Thomas W.

r I ,$8,514, of Flagler county funds Cook. White' ribbon awards Thursday and Friday, October i I McWhirter of the Census Bu
f.\. ,and $37,514- 'by state and federal r i I went 'to 'animals owned by Ran- 15 and 16: from 10 A.M. to 1 reau's regional office at Atlanta.

L funds. "The protection unit em- I dy Morris and David Lewis. P.M.and2to5P. M. The farm census questionnaires

"_ ploys.10 persons; operating with I, (Lewis showed two 2-year olds). are being mailed from
"-. two trucks, two crawler type There 'was only one animal Chicago, with the distribution
r5 tractors with plows. There are shown in the two-year-old Hols- I
I timed so that the report forms
i fire* towers. All mobile stein heifer class owned William Decker
< 'two ,2'I by I will reach farmers about a week
equipment is equipped with two- Herschel Simpson She was
J 'r\' ahead of the date when census
1' : way radio communications. in awarded a red ribbon in her takers will begin the field can-
Funeral Service
=.. I class. vass. The advance mailing is
3: ( Bonnie Eckerd The first place, and trophy in, for the purpose of giving farm
j jServices
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the Showmanship Contest was
I I Held operators time to consult their ,
:: I I I won by ,Mike McMillan. Second in Daytona records before fillingin the an-

\- Held .1|, place, Flynn Edmonson, and swers required by the questionnaires _
I .-, I third place was awared to Mar William W., Decker of Bunnell and 'getting them ready
tin Tucker, died at 1:15 Friday morning at
Last Saturday I S ; for the census takers to pick up.
:, The 'Fitting and Grooming the Halifax Hospital in Daytona This procedure is designed to
":' .. Yvonne (Bonnie) Eckerd, Contest, first place' and trophy Beach. He was visiting his I insure the census taker when
&:, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert of went to Martin Tucker: Second daughter in Port Orange when greater accuracy of re
f.R, Danner of Flagler Beach, died place was won by Arthur Carle he ''suffered a heart attack. Hew unsure and to save time both

[" Wednesday evening, September and Johnny Metts. s admitted to the hospitaland for the farmer and the census
i'}. 30, in the Halifax Hospital in I Pins, given by the Board of died a short time after- taker.

Daytona Beach. County Commissioners, were presented wards. The 1959 census of agriculture -
Bonnie, who 'was 15 years of to the second and third Mr. Decker was a native of questionnaire is designed to pro-

\ age, was born in Hartsburg, Pa, I place winners in these two con- Caneyville, Ky., and had lived vide information on the number

"',.:' : and had lived :with her parents tests. in Flagler county for several and size of farms, acreage and
f>'. S in Flagler Beach ,for: the past Trophy for Showmanship 'was years.' He was 77 years old and harvest of 'crops, livestock production -
;' three years. She had been ill I donated by Citizens Bank. 'Fit- I was a member of the Bay Street f and inventories, selected

.. about two years and had received ting Contest ''trophy was given Church of Christ in Daytona t farm facilities and equipment..
treatment at Duke Uni- I by Allen Lands and was presented -I Beach. selected farm expenditures, farm
versity Hospital at Durham, by Nell Johnston. Funeral services were held at values, and mortgage debt. '
N. C. and the Halifax Hospital I Trophy for the Grand Champion Baggett-Mclntosh chapel at 4 0'-

., several times; I Jersey was donated by Hud-. ,clock Monday afternoon with
:. Funeral ,services were held son Pulp and Paper Co. and was James D. Groves, minister of the City Fathers
.\ from the First Baptist Church of i fn presented by L., W. McMillan. Bay Street Church officiating.
;",. ., :Flagler Beach .Saturday afternoon t Reserve Champion trophy was I Burial was in Shady Rest Cem- Have Routine
.. S. at '2 o'clock with the pastor : donated by Lewis Barber Shop etery, Holly Hill.
ii Rev. ,Glenn Taylor, offici and presented by Clyde Lewis. Survivors include six sons,
,Y, ating. Interment followed at Grand Champion Guernsey Virgil, Bunnell; Everett, Bloomington Monday Evening _
s Bellevue Memorial Park Cemetery trophy was donated by Bran- 111.; Orville, Daytona I
p.: in Daytona 'Be ch.. nam's Food Market and was pre- Beach; Ernest and Chester,South At a meeting of the city com
'.' Survivors ,include her parents, sented by Susan Brannam. Re- Daytona; Chlois,. Flagler Beach; mission Monday night, it was
:_ Mr.- and' .Mrs. Robert Danner of serve 'Champion trophy was do- two stepsons, Paul Coates, Mill voted to advertise for bids fora

I>.:.. Flagler Beach and her paternal a nated by Shelton's Super Market wood, "$y., ;'. grandparents Mr.and Mrs: William and was presented in its behalf Green,. Ky:;; two daughters, Mrs.'. be opened at their next meeting. .

.... Eckerd Aof, Flagler Beach; by Nina Spivey. Versie Shattles, Port. Orange' Arrangements was made with
i:a: one aunt, Mrs. Juanita Strauser Assisting County Agent Howard and Blanche, Decker; Tallahassee Chet Ruggles to make some repairs -
I Flagler.' Beach, and 'one' uncle, : .Taylor'was Lee:Drawdy,..4.-H ; a ,stepdaughter, ;Emma Ga- on the community build- j
John Hinkle of Harrisburg, Pa. Club member from Duval county ree, Eau .Gallic; four brothers, ing. A committee was appointed .. 1 3
It. Pallbearers were' Bob Hender', who served 'as ring master. Ly- Mack. Henry, Hardinsburg, Ky.; to make survey"of the necessary .

son, Elmer Goll Charles ,Hoff; ; man Gage,-member the:Flag- Steve,;..Brownsville, Ky.; Sidney; .repairs ,to be done. .
::t Robert' Owens,,:James Montgom' a ler County Cattlemen's .Association Louisville,: Ky..; ,and Albert, ,The commissioners also voted
o? '. ery,' and Willie :;Aaron.. i ? ,was in charge-*of Atrophies t8 ;- one sister, Mrs.t to contribute some money for
I; Craig Funeral Home of Bun' and i.awards..' .% .kJ1ICJ F"' e; Jaen, Centralia, >nL; the welcome signs to be erectedat

:., > n-D.was: In 'charge. : of arrange-.I .. ing. the -,.contests.",..wereCotraty 13gnH. >dohndren: and,'four.great I the city limits on highways.
& 'caents.x" : i ;. :Agent '.Gordon;;Ellis: of grandchildren... 1, 100 and 1L '
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<, Buanell Motors' area of replacement parts-a':Falcon those,of standard'Ford'models. I I performance..4'- -"" third greater tharfln"1.959-; <>; *'

. .' fender will ,cost 50 per cent The Falcon, 'which features One of the most, important The 1960 Ford'lineindudes 15'
less, a windshield 40: per cent unitized construction to' combine I'l features, of the' new Ford,*' he I models that,offer a fotalof six

t Display Today less and a muffler' 30 per cent maximum strength and rigidity said, '"isthat it has been 'com different roof' lines., ,At the low

less. I with minimum 'weight for this fortengineeredThere" is sub end of the line is the Fairlane,

Fords Falcons' Wright said the Falcon combines type of vehicle is offered in two stantially more hip room, shoulder series, which includes' : a,two and

", economy of operation and I door and four-door models. Optional room, leg room and head four-door sedan and a business,
.' smaller exterior dimensions with : equipment will include room than there was in ,the 1959 Tudor. In. the Fairlane 500 series ,
Bunnell Motor Co. today is
ruggedness, "big-car" 'readability -I automatic transmission, radio, model. are two ,models, atwo and:
displaying the 1960 line of Ford
.and their new "economy" and passenger space com heater, safety padding, seat "With the new body design, four door sedan. The Galaxie
the Falcon. parable to that of standard cars. belts, tinted glass and interior the new frame, redesigned suspension series includes a two and four
car, 4 t' "Its wheelbase is .8% inches and exterior deluxe trim. and improved power door sedan, plus a four door
James O. Wright"of'the Ford overall and train the rides better hardtop called the Town Viv-:
shorter and its length 27 Falcon'styling is simple 1960 Ford ,
Motor Co. said the keynote of inches shorter than a 1959 Ford I functional, with decorative trim handles better and,performs better toria. .
the Falcon, will be economy of Fairlane, yet it is a full 'six* I and chrome at ,a minimum. than any Ford in history," All standard Ford engines--
maintenance."For I
operation passenger car with interior As I for the 1960 ''Ford, it represents Wright declared. both "six" and V-8 *re designed -
example," he said the roominess approximating that a styling theme originally Passenger comfort and convenience to operate on regular grade

. Falcon will have gasoline economy of standard models," :he said. created for later use but was have been given particular gasoline, which say s' a dollara
50 better than the
per'cent "For example, front legroomin brought forward because of the attention in the' design of the tank full.
largest of the so-called .icompact'cars 1
: the Falcon is only one-tenth spontaneous enthusiasm of com new Ford cars. New, sweptback The 1960 Ford engine lineup
of American manufacture, of an inch less than in ,a 1959 pany management, when they! windshield pillars; have eliminated includes the economical 145 hp
and 35 better than the
percent Ford and front head-room-actually first saw the car in advance the troublesome :"dog-leg" Mileage Maker Six; the 185 hp,
smallest domestic, car' made
by seven-tenths of an' 'Inch studios.Mr. found in cars with the, full 292 cu.' in. V-8; the 235 hp, 352
the same producer. Comparedwith greater. Rear seat passenger Wright said the 1960 Ford I wrap windshield. Yet, the new cu. in. V-8 with two-barrel carp
the latter the Falcon ,has
space also compares favorably." was redesigned from bumper to I model Ford has 17 per cent more buretor, and the 300 ,hp, 352 cu.
35 per cent more luggage space, Wright emphasized that the bumper becausd **we wanted to windshield area, than last year's in. power'option V-8 with four.

70 per cent more Windshield Falcon is "all new from the I increase passenger space and Ford, provides better visibilityout barrel carburetor.

area, ,and a full" foot more of ground up." None of ,its parts comfort and improve the road- over the hood, and has a

rear-seat width. will be interchangeable with ,I ability and handling ease and windshield wiper pattern one Subscribe for The Flagler Tribun
Mr. Wright said that in the I

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Now you can see them-the Finest Fords of a 1 Ford savings, however, only begin with a low :'\...,.
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October 8th, 9th, 10th
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PAGE Foun. THE .FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL. FLORIDA I Thursday,. ,Oct: :8, 1959&ack
\, ... :,,_.s. : ;:: Mrs. Laura Alligood is visit. visitor, to Orlando.Tuesday and Miss Penny Barditzky came ;

., { .' .Z.i -",',A' : ing this,week;in.'Lake. City with. ..Wednesday. '. .I from AU.burndale.to, spend the-
4 '; .- 'f; : relatives. weekend here with:her :parents,
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'. J" "',' .... Mrs. Elmer" left: this Mr. and Mrs} Henry Barditzky.

:.. .'ff-, ':. :1 LUNA BABBITT ,- I I I Frank Crotty was a business' !week ''to visit. relatives In Iowa;]1i 1 (Continued.on. ,:..'.page- 8)

Telephone HEmlock 9.2098'I I


PTA MEETINGThe i i .' Paul, Vogel gave a cof-j J i t GREEN'S FUEL GAS

regular business' meeting fee. at her home last Tuesday' <
.- of the Flagler Beach PTA, was morning, honoring 'Mrs. Pauline
held Tuesday evening in the Magee. Their friends joined' .. \ NOW OFFERS
school cafetorium with a large them to make the occasion a
attendance. Room ,count was surprise for Mrs. Magee's birth .
won for the second time by the I I
first grade. For ,their prize they day.The table held floral arrange BULK orMTTLES
'- will be given an extra recess I ments and five different home. I
period. made cake was served with cof j

Mrs.: Joan Arnold.reported that fee.I \ ".."
she had sold 69 ''membership Later they formed_ two tables;
.cards and urged the other members of bridge.*x Among those present : ---2 : '
to get'them.. Mrs. Marge were: Mrs. Clara Butuex,I : 100 Ib CylindersH. ,::,
Mrs. Edith Starnes, Mrs. Avis I .
Ross reported that 182 'preteenshad : ","
attended the dances at the Kunkle,' Mrs. Zelma Foley, Mrs.! :'I j : I '.> : OF -.,?.
Esther Juengling, and Mrs Bess I
recreation center.. Some new 1 >T' .
records had been I'tI'J bought and the Wilcox. t' .
balance of the money had been' ?: GREEN'S FUEL L P. GAS
turned over to Mrs. ,Muriel Ms- Mr. and Mrs. George Acker-
by, secretary of the recreational man have returned to 'their' i
board. home in Columbus, Ohio, after i. Includes'' lMstalition $ 50k
Mrs. Helen SIndelar, Hallo
a two week's visit here with II 2 lGreen's
ween carnival chairman, gavea their cousins, Mr.. and Mrs. Otis .! :k Oily' '
the coffees being
report on
Magee. While here they droveto I : '
held by the grade mothers. One other places in the state. on'I
was held for the third grade .
mothers on Monday at the homeof sightseeing, -"trans.Jru .-.'-.".. 'I Fuel Gas ServicePHONE
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Mrs. E. P. Fleurie and co- :Mrs.'.Myles Meeks of Jackson-
hostess was Mrs. Maetta Allman. ville spent Tuesday and Wednesday ID 7-3732
They made plans for the cakewalks here in her, cottage. I

in the Halloween Carni- ,. ,
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val.Mrs.. T. Galloway told of the
study course in Hastings last '
Wednesday.. EdwarJ Fleming I Week-end Food Values ;.
from the State. Board oft' ,' ,
Health, was the 'speaker and I'
those attending from here in addition FIRST CUTPork FRESH DRESSED

Mrs. Catherine to Mrs.Wilson,'Galloway, Mrs.were Rob Chops BAKING HENS lb. 9.Hamburgerf <

ert ney and McDaniel Mrs.,Helen Mrs. Mae Sindelar.Whit- $ -1

- Ridgeform Dressing FREE ,
Dean Holland county school FRESH GROUND
Superintendent, spoke about the : : '
,' duties of school trustees. A note : BIG CHIEF
;,',-, of appreciation will be sent to ;
f. Rufus Miller for'the' PTA flag- ,
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stand and also for furnishing 'a 3'ib.Pk) ?.
t ,school flag.. Ribs
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t BUSINESS'The Flagler MEET Woman's NEXT WEEK.Club Meal Grits $ Ibs. 45
1-11b bag
will hold a business meeting Sausage
". next Wednesday,October 14, and i ,
t. hostesses will be Mrs. May Hen- I BORDEN'S l
r dren and Mrs. Alice Charon. A
t report on the "Dollar Dividends" ;
:?-. will be heard. Pig Tails Ears Maws MILK 8 Cleans $1
f '. I made the ,error last week oft ,
:. leaving out the name of. Mrs. I
;. Marie Brede on the list of host SMOKED I
t' esses and failed to state that 00 EELBECK LARGE
Ham Hocks $1
:; .' Mrs. Flossie Haines was assisted
:'. by Mrs. Brede in reviewing the Lima Beans 2 for 69*
t: by-laws. Also, it should .have
r been called a "Pay Your Dues FRESH
i; : Meeting" instead of a Pay Your 00 22 OUNCE

Way." Pork Kidneys 5 I I.s. $1 EELBECKWILSON'S

and Visitors Mrs.. here Glenn Sunday Taylor with at Rev.the TENDER .* .FLOUR 5 >lb. bal r .39. .
Baptist Church were Mrs. Ella
'. Spinks, Mr. and Mrs. C.,A.Veley HAMS Whole or String End Ib"49 I

from Palm Valley.Bunnell L. FIRM RIPE

f_ Center Slices 69! .. 4

A Theatre ROUND .
: 4 lb.
SIRLOIN lb. 89 .

Frt: &-Sat. Oct 9-10 T-IONE SWEET .

RODON ; FRESH D & DFryers i I .
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: : production to vast waste areas !low the surface at the rate of
I How, Well.Do You Know Your America! -
Too Late T. t -:, of the world. I three knots an hour.- '

The world's rapidly increasing Oceanographers alarmed

'To'ClassifY 3j ,. population is creating,a demandfor over the dumping of l are amounts .
i:3n :3x As: .
i :4? l of radioactive waste into *
more and ,more food, here
j By'. BUSMU 1Eay' ,
1 .r again the ocean offers the an ocean waters. Such contamination -
if continued could have
iWhile feel
swer. Oceanographers confident
,the 'world is I
I that further research will i disastrous consequences .in the
most of its attention to
giving ,
I disclose tremendous new food I destruction of ocean life. If the
exploring outer and is
oceans are to be used for' the
sources capable' meeting the
spending huge sums on the pro. I
disposal ofsuch dangerous
demand of our increased
gram there :is another unexplored
I lation. waste we must be sure that only
frontier much closer at hand
stagnant basins are used and
that some authorities ,believe of In many parts of ,the world scientists
today doubt that such
fers greater rewards and more natural resources of important
areas exist. Indications are that
lasting benefit. I minerals are being rapidly de
ocean waters are constantly on
pleted. Here again the sea offers
.Among ,those who so reasonis the move and no 'one knows
the answer. It is a vast
Captain Jacques-Ives Cous where radiocative waste may be
treasure house of mineral wealth
teau Director of the i carried by movements' unknown
,, Oceanographic -
awaiting only man's development
Institute of Monaco, president ;: of techniques to unlock. I and unsuspected today.

of the World Underwater
Confederation, and commanderof We know that the ocean hasa I Subscribe; to.The Flagler Tribune

direct bearing on the weather $2.50 A Year In Advance:
the world, famed exploratory I The luxurious Milwaukee /Clipper glides gracefully through the
oceanographic vessel the "Calyp entrance of Milwaukee Harbor upon completion of a trip across and it is important that we 1

so." Lake, Michigan from Mnskegon. In addition to carrying business I know more about thef various REFINANCE YOUR DEBTS

and 'vacation travelers' the ship transports automobiles from Michigan ocean currents. In recent years With a Long Term
Captain Cousteau is probablythe to Wisconsin. ,
currents have been
many new
world's foremost authority The impressive downtown section of Milwaukee seems to hug the I I discovered, some of them tree FEDERAL LAND BANK
on the subject of oceanographic shoreline and share Its beam&D4 'anquWtBeaches, parks,
'research. His work has attracted yacht clubs, a Memorial Building', and a' landing strip for small mendous. The Cromwell CUr. FARM LOAN
aircraft combine to make the lake front a center for civic, businessand I rent, unknown a few 'years ago I ,
recreational pursuits. was .discovered in the Pacific II
is the developer and inventorof Civic leaders forsee Impressive progress along the lake front as I deep below the surface. 'It is] Production Credit Assn.

the most modern specialized I expressways are completed and harbor developments prepare Milwaukee 250 miles wide and at least 3,500 i Wednesday10:00PALATKA
,apparatus for underwater photography for the Increased world trade which will come as-a result of FLORIDA
miles long flowing 300 feet be-
and research and produced the St. Lawrence Seaway. ___

the most comprehensive I
Zoological Society of Florida, We know much less about the
underwater movie
ever shown,
Captain Coustea. will deliver a I ocean depths today than we
The Silent, World.
'The activities, ,Captain Cous. lecture and show underwater t( know about the surface of the Headaches Stomach Distress

motion pictures, the only lecturehe moon but the limited explora
teau should be of particular in
has scheduled for tion made far indicates that
terest td Floridians at this time so Thousands have found the answer'to their health in the
in the United States. Date the to world 'I
for he is planning an extensive answer many problems I Science of Chiropratic.
for the event. is the evening of are to be found through
research expedition in waters of If you are missing the enjoyment of doing the things
February 16, 1960 at the Dade oceanography. Many areas of yotl like to do simply because you are not feeling well why
the Atlantic and Caribbean In.
County Auditorium. Cooperatingwith the earth today suffer from a not find out for yourself what Chiropractic can do for you.
volving hydrographic surveys of
the Zoological Society in lack of water and the situationis
the continental shelf and is DR. DONALD MARQUETTE Chiropractor
planning the event is the Ma j becoming more acute. Some :
scheduled to visit Miami in Feb MONDAY WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY-4:30 TO 9 P.JLRICE
rine Laboratory of the Univers [ day ocean water will be utilized I
Under the sponsorship of the ity of Miami. i to .bring .luxuriant growth and I

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whisper. ;,
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CI i I".el" Jew'standard V8 engineered to de- the driver >r !

liver up to 10% more miles for,every ':'

New convenience has been built into gallon while giving you more zest at i Everybody will want to be the driver ':

-e Chevy's big, vacation-sized luggage !normal s. Or you might choose when he sees the kind of pleasure a

compartment by lowering. the loading its teammate-Chevy's Hi-Thrift: 6 'turn at the.wheel brings.. The driver .' ;'

height. ** -the engine that starts !saving the finds Chevy has further cushioned '.

moment you flip the ignition switch. him from engine! impulses by an .

Dnu fatten No. 1366-Cv* a. improved clutch linkage system.He'll* _. .M. 1,' -
apron-for Aoww gifts; bazaar fab/*_ also find a convenient new parking "
nothing tops Ifc* practical cobbfor op on. NEWspaciousness brake that .
Ana .,'- ...-eas,. NEW QUIET automatically returns to ',
normal height after application.NEAREST .
No. 1366 with PHOTO-GU1DE It tm inside .a ,

tint tmotl UO-12),..nwd/vn(14-16),large AND COMFORT TO PERFECTION A
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Medium. 26 yard of 35-incfc.
Ntdfowork Fatter No. 243-Mlgk. Inside you'll find room and more LOW-PRICED CAR EVER CAME! e 't

tight your bom with this for// cutter.pic room. There's room to sprawl in, Thicker, newly designed body. "
of 'contemporary*'fact/ If* fescJ. room to sit.tall in-and the roofline mounts insulate you from road shock y;;. ,.

noting to crocfof, and act ",/'alee to I has a respect for hats. A new flatter and noise, insuring an almost cocoon-, f" "
.<.. No. 243 hat crecbot direction for transmission tunnel is boon <
a to the like quiet.Full Coil spring suspension CHEVROLET. {:
34" dol ;
/ middle man. Here is the kind of space melts bumps as no other suspension ; '
Send 33c for oocb dross pattern, 25c that invites the family. can. Oil hushed hydraulic .. s .
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n *d/ vark pattom odd lOe system
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TOUR CLOSEST.OumBT See your local'auDumiedCheJ1rolet dealer : r

For Quality Furniture. :': '
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not-after thls humid "' rt
summer Whatever the eau 2ae"ildev -
RBrdveT Mildew et"yotr 'W ii a. CJOU 3PPern used also,, to remove"mildew.
fuSF n'Ji'Ome.: I I't In Just past, either But don't because be/there discouraged see scattec mildew' the) 'be pore-caref i uh trou not houthe to 1',prieUry denatured t alcohol'sloohol yt.'salventi or: a d1 from f Another-milled,- method oc: painted;'of> ;removing surfaces.

are methods to remedy the damage Take the mildewed
::!.' !t;: wrung almost dry. If this I mildew stains"from painted surfaces
providedLit'-isn'ttoo' severe."Molds. .., article*outdoors';' and"brush it,j '- I
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I I : moft.1)1 sta'1nfifS a I .is ;with >a*solution *of trl-
....t..tr--,' ""' '''!j' that 'cause mildew : if you can;* 'If: It's a piece of"I cloth in equal parts'xrf denatured sodiUm' phosphate one and

soles f" ti !1 i"VJ I I sometimes grow in'recently'built I! furniture .:;not easily portable, alcohol or solvent 'and 'cold"-water a' half roun4edff.tablespoonfuls

Ityaurr: first day of.Jail housecleaning i I houses because. .of moisture in USf"the.' vac..uum ,cleaner and sun 'and sponge. the affected to a gallon of water. Rinse and

reveals mildew-onsomeTot the building* ''materiaL So' you and air it asJest', you can. Area. A soft brush may 'help. dry thoroughly. :

your.favorite;furnishings can't'' 'alwa'S, blame it on the If upholstery or drapery fab Dry; the article thoroughly. 4 t r .

,; you. 'won't be surprised weather! ric" is:.' :mildewed, 'wipe >way I This diluted solution may be I Subscribe: to The Flogler Tribune

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>: .<:; ;>' concerned with the "t of I taxpayers, of all of US in America. In .
school highways helps make modern _
Ourwork.0urtransportation.Every- '
1 living
eonstruetionbuilding possible
mainte- and '
daily }
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'(":}"'.": ".:' eerned with their' : con- living. Without concrete -;;
chiIdren's we would Our
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and health. have cobbled involves
< .y.. ,_:>.:}a:+}<+<;..:.;<,,; with providing As school citizens; concerned roads, covered bridges streets rutted figures on costs and earnings the, orders many
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attract good teaehenr. red school house. abundant it also provides

oPportunities to help make \

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is a major producer
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I Board: Is : i iI ." ..."..".:,

LOCALS i j I! Road Department: ',I:: Ya'll Come

j I one of Flor I: '
landlords, has just :
I a 62-page manual on I:
Youth Council I." Mrs. Nell.Allen and Mrs. I I of its Properties.)I.
II I Allen have returned to Division: ,. J:
Hold : .
Board To
I home here after spending j Davidson, properties Dupont Center Barn
Meeting Tonight past month,: touring the for the road depart-
States. ', I the manual was com
I Flagler County Youths t Council the i organization>> ,
officers and board of directors I
I and procedures; of his F
Jack Holt leaves .Sunday
, will meet in the .'county commissioners establish-
ce' it was .
Fort'Jackson, S, C. .wliere'he
room at the courthouse II .
' tonight (Thursday) at ,8 be inducted.: Into the U.S. ago.
o'clock. for six months of active I rties Management
j the manual points out,
" Members the Youth Council i I responsibility of II Round andSquar'eDANCING
Mr. and Mrs.. Coy"Harris
Committee said today all par- I man.f
eligible the past weekend. I property !
children for
ents of
in the :
visiting. also attended i; I
youth council are invited to attend construction. '
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football game there.
4 this meeting. M.. and his staff are in
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I renting, maintaining .'
Quinton Deen of Jacksonvillevisited I of all property ob : L
here .Sunday afternoon I the road department,..
with Mrs. Jennie Black and Mr.. y i of purchases.!
and Mrs. M. B. Fuller. year' way, the properties Every Saturday Nile 9 til

division has taken ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. .Burrows $200,000 on rentals ,. ,
have returned to their home of and in
here on East Lambert';Ave1. 'after has been property instrumental Rock "n" Roll &' Country Music:
an extended visit :in Phila- of several thous-
delphia, Pa. dollars., It already BY
\ more than 1,000i I: .
, Mr. and Mrs. Louis. Barrs of purchased as part of"
(s.: St. Augustine have moved to transactions. F THE COUNTRY ROCKSROCK

I their home ,on East Lambert includes copies of
* Ave. here. policies," forms and
i I by the, division in
Mrs. Tommy Salyerds has re-
turned to her home here after WIMBERLrTwin

spending the past weekend in .
Augusta, Ga., visiting with Mr. ." IN FOB A CLIPPIN'. .. or placed second, among Lead Guitars Olean Casey & Robert. Young
Salyerds who is a patient in.the ret a whippln', from states in.the number:
Veteran's Hospital there.R. dad, Kjil Kiilsgaard Is I plants gained j S With Fiddling Buck Beaman .
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a pIppin' of a racket but with 201 new plants. "
Karl I ''tJ'/f. ____
S. Sturman was a business clips on.
visitor in Jacksonville .
Tuesday. ,
.; The milk cow population .
i Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Cook were Florida increased 5% ,I
visitors in 1958, while. that of 'they .",
River I
. Crystal "
. the : United States!was", "&!
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Armour Star SLICED T;;'-< : ,, : %' .

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: _BAKING HENS: ". -, 4 ;6.lb .:Ib 39c J""' to the visitors who are an important part.t': }t ; -' ..J:[: vtr' '

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and stressed that--,the-,dub'members -- -were J'usltess visitors inJtt. Augustine Mr.- and Mrs. Claude Deen i during; ; 'their-visitFREE
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51 nt eackContinued should organize their efforts Saturday. came from Savannah- Ga., fora ,

iT to make it a success here.It I weekend visit with his uncle
1,1 PAINTOne
r was decided to place mark- Dick Mosby motored Ito Cop and aunt, Mr. and Mrs..Otis Ma- .

,' ,,irom Page 4 ers on AlA at the ,North and per, Hill, Tenn., and spent several gee. Claude's two ,children, with extra each gallon'gallon of your you buy choice
South ends of town._ A plant days':there visiting with his Claudia and Joy came from Or-
t '.,FLAGLEH BEACH booth will be entered in the sister. mond Beach to be with them Mary Carter Paint Store

;c: GARDEN CLUB Christmas Bazaar on December Mrs. V. W. Haines, Sunday Onaoad Beach:at Oqulaa Harm

i':: The Flagler Beach Garden 11, put on"by the Woman's Club school superintendent of the Also \Ve.tate Slopping c..ter

and Mrs.Sue Spivey was named 'Memorial Church
Community .
i Club opened anew club year ont ,
', ''Tuesday afternoon with a busi chairman of, that. committee.Mrs. gave two-year, award attendance I Draglining

. \ ness, meeting at the 'home of Sue .Spivey gave an In- pins last ,Sunday to Britt ,and' FOR
teresting talk on "bulbs." Mrs. Pam Sheeler, Ann, Patty and
( Mrs. William Butuex and co- SHELL FILL & SAND
' ,hostess was Mrs. 'Esther Heydt. Ann Batten, gave- a report as a Debbie Meekins, 'Janet Sue Bulldozing
I delegate to therecreational Haines and Richard Lerch. '
1.' !Sixteen members were' present : DIRT CONTRACTSCALL
f;: (and the one guest was Mrs. A. board and it was decided to Land Clearing
sponsor one evening of enter-
i: ;Hedquist
tainment there later. A potted

t placed The floral on the arrangements serving table were and plant, as a 'door prize, was won 'Electrical Work Grading EMIL r MISSINNE

Mrs. Thelma Crotty.
(: on the president's table. Dainty by''The November meeting will Phone ID 7.3589 or coil P., A.,EDMONSONPhone Phone HE 9-2094 '

refreshments were served at the HARRIS APPLIANCE CO.
t IDlewood 7-3376
be at the home of Mrs. MargaretCook FLAGLER BEACH I
r beginning by the hostesses.The in Bunnell and hostess Harold Emery I
business.meeting began
Mrs. Elsie White. It
will be
; with Mrs. Virgil Hoover read-
decided to present a corsage to
;: 'The Collect..' Mrs. 'Esther
'Ing ,
each new member.at that meet
Juengling presided and she announced '
;, that November 2 had ing. I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO I

'been designated as the first day Mrs. DeolTa Irvine from Daytona -
of "Clean-up,' Pickup Week"k .
Beach spent the weekend
'. here with Mrs. Thelma Crotty.

t '" I Come ,And Visit TRUCK STOP
i' Mr. and Mrs: Dave West from AL AND ELLIEAT PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS

I Orange'Park were business visi- Complete Collision Service THEIR ,NEW IBAD"You'll' Delivery in the County on

i'yys"Q DOES tors here during the weekend. 24-HOUR Body WRECKER& ,Fender Work SERVICE Meet Your Friends Here"FLAGLER :Fuel Oil Kerosene, Tractor Fuel

Painting Matching Free Estimates BEACH GasolineU.
: irr Mr. and Mrs. William Babbitt V.S. 1 So. OF BUNNELL
1 N. Bunnell ID 7-3676
I Days. ID 7.3372-Nlte ID 7-3267 The Coolest Spot for the Coolest

0. F.
handy to keep rubber bands McDANIEL'S

on hand when wrapping pack- AJZO-.I On the Ocean Side of AlA 3 Miles REED'SDiscount
ag s. Slip a band around the Real Service Station North 'of 'Flagler Pier FurnitureUP
package 'until you can secure it "Keep Cool at George &'Millie's"I I
with sealing tape or cord. >' STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS PHONE HE 9.2156
Keep eyebrow tweezers In Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs :. I I On Furniture and AppliancesNew
your sewing box so they can be and Used

Bunnell ID 7-7119 :BUILDING SUPPLIES 1100 Flomich Ave.-Holly Hill

(Makes 3 cups') Building Supplies
1% cups sour creamS Tilecraft Company"LET
% cup salad oil Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days STEEL
2 tablespoons,grated onion I. Armstrong & Kentile
all makes State&Lambert US 1 ID 7-7190
2 tablespoons hqrseradish Flagler Beach HE 9-2254 Sold and InstalledAll

2 tablespoons'capers, if
Work Guaranteed
i 'desired Sales, Tubes and Colonial Service StationEARL'
; CLEANERS Ormond Beach OR 7-3181
1 teaspoon dill seeds Antenna Installation \ E] RICE. ProprietorGAsoILLUBRICATJON
1 teaspoon salt MOTOR TUNE-UP
PHONE HE 92204ECONOMICAL. Garden Center
Combine ingredients in jar. EVERY CLEANING Gray's
Cover and refrigerate. Shake SERVICE Headquarters for Gardening Need
: seafood 8 5 Ceramics. Gifts. Dry Arrangement
well before using on Open Daily, to
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: salads. Closed all day Thursday
Hall's Atlantic Station Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers

Phone, ID '7-3188 TORO LAWN MOWERS
i Hall Proprietor
the knots
used for pulling ,
4' r 115 N. Bay 'St. Bunnell 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051S
children's shoe laces easily. ? GASOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccessories ORMOND ,
: >otOBL I
bags in 1V1 i
Keep pliofilm your S '
t laundry basket so clothes can be EMf i ROAD SERVICE CONCRETE PRODUCTS HARDWARE

tucked in them while still damp BUNNELL Tel. ID 7-3652 Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.
': dry. They keep the material Your "Q" For ConcreteDial

moist,until ironing time. They're J. L. Presswood GarageSTANDARD Agricultural JOHN&Industrial DEERE Equipment
especially fine as separate bags CL 38113DAYTONA STEEL '
" for 'materials which may not be TRY A DERy10U PRODUCTS BEACH Bars & Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled
: NEW General ,Repairing Road Service
colorfast.If Tire, Tube A; Accessories Black'&Galvanized Pipe & Fittings
:;.., you don't have a sewing Visit Our Grocery Department, Quillian's Concrete, Inc. LAWN MOWER ,REPAIRS
table, buy an asbestos mat for For Frozen. Foods and Staples' DEEN RD. Phone I** 73143
those times when you'need a firm Cubed Ice

surface for working to slip under HE 9-2139 FLAGLER BEACHSullivan's DRUG STORES, Village Hardware Center

the garment. Gulf Service HOUSE PAINTS
r Not,enough skirt hangers? Use i
. Anderson Drug Store Match and mix color
"' an ordinary'wire hanger and attach < i any
,I., the skirt to the straight'por LooSE 6I.EEP WHY u5ETiIE .- Prescriptions, I Builder's Supplies Kitchenware:
Beach Information Sick Room Supplies GIFTS :
Fill your thermos bottles with I I
in Service and
"Specializing Sundries'
AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420
for Rest Rooms"In -
coffee before guests come a Clean
n large party and you won't have The Heart of Flagler Beach BUNNELL ,
,,: to worry about ,the supply once PAINT STOREJERRY'S
*. r
they've arrived. I AUTO :'REPAIRSShields
A fragile bit of lace which you PAINT MART
want to wash can be stitched,to ANA trsI Service Station County's Corner Drug Store HANNA & VEL-VON PAINT

a piece of muslin. Shake in a ; McKenzie Mechanic PRESCRIPTIONS One Coat Plastic Finish
bottle of water and gentle suds-, 'I COMPLETE Chester AUTO REPAIRS DRUGSSUNDRIESI Stops Masonry Dampness
then rinse in the same fashion. P'I. "'t..J Point Sundries
Right Now We'll Overhaul and I I FOUNTAIN SERVICE
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Job Too Big Or Too Small OR 7.0761
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'. \ GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM 24-Hour Towing Service I I Sick Room Supplies-Sundries or SmallID
24-Hour Prescription Service
, COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS 7-3240 Bunnell, Florida
Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt.
H. T. COOK AGENCY Automatic Wheel Balancing Transmission-Front Service End AlA 1 mi. North of
: 24O Granada OrmeMd-OR 7-4893
Cifaew_i Baik IM{. Imell, Florida Thompson PharmacyYour DON'S RADIO & TV

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:ALL TRANSMISSION MAKES OF u.s. Hwy. 1. Ormond: OR 7.1473
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Thursday. Oct. 8; :--.1959', THB'EL' IJBR'jlgEffitJNff' ; 'BUNKED FLORIDA PAGE NINE

A' _________, _
the 'island ." is not one single au- RESOLUTION- weeks In The 'Flagler ''Tribune, a '
1 Of the 18 U. S. Navy ':ships A 'thirsty traveler on 1- There I WHEREAS It Is necessary.'and newspaper, of general circulation

which have disappeared withouta of Madagascar simply.stabs. : thenticated record of the: earth'shaving Imperative that additional revenueto throughout the County of Flaglerand
and swallowed that to be raised by General published in said County thata
trace since 1781.. four were a Rexenala tree with a: sharp opened up Levy, be obtained for the operationand notice specifying the names of

lost during the month of Sep. stick. A pint of ,clear water. .water anyone or anything duringan schools maintenance in Special Tax of the School public DistrictNo. free tion the Inspectors in said District and ,clerks shall of be elec-pub

tember, accounting for 612 men. gushes outREQUEST earthquake.IN 1 In Flagler County. Florida as I lished once in said newspaper at
created under' and by virute of the least fifteen (15)election before the
laws of the State of Florida and I holding of said .
FLAGLERCOUN- received in FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA. next two years a 10 mill tax, on I said Board that the Chairmanand
'will be
AND FOR Sealed bids IN CHANCERY NO. 3822 the real -and personal property.*: Secretary of this Board are
IN CHANCERY Clerk of the
TY. FLORIDA. the office of the City
JOHN V1DALIS. also Known as telephone telegraph and railroads : instructed to take all other or further
3830 City of Bunnell Florida the JEAN VIDALIS. in ,said district is necessary for the I steps as may be needful in
EMILY F. MARTIN Civic Center building on or before exclusive accordance with
,7'lalatfff. purpose of operating and law to carry this
Plaintiff, 12:00 o'clocknoon, on the 19th day maintaining the public free schoolsin I Resolution into effect.
vs. of October, A. D. 1959. for one 1960 ... I said district and PASSED in open session by the
HOWARD E. MARTIN. 8cyllnder.door sedan. MARGARET VI1JALI Board of Public Instruction of
Ddendant. WHEREAS it 1'required' that
Defendant. The Sedan .is to b< equipped with
I three Trustees of Flagler County Florida at its
DEFEND. said Special Tax
:TO Howard E.; Martin Defend- automatic transmission 'NOTICE TO
: V-8 engine, School meeting on the 8th ,daOf Sep-
TO: District No. 1 be elected;
whose address is unknown. light and THE STATE Vidalia /
ant spot
directional lights I THEREFORE. BE RESOLVED tember, A. D. 1959. -
NOTICE TO DEFEND heater color white ', Mrs. Margaret 647 BY THE Board of Public Instruction (Seal) RAYMON F. TUCKER
You are hereby notified that a A trade-in allowance, on 1959. 8- Route 6. Box LouisianaYou I of Flagler County Florida, Chairman of the Board of Public
suit has been filed against you in cylinder standard shift Chevrolet. New Orleans hereby notified that a I that ''an election is 'hereby called Instruction of Flagler County
the above entitled cause and that end transferring of equipment from suit has are been filed against' you In I to be held on the date' herein fixed I I Florida. -
you are required to file your an- old car to new to be .consideredin entitled cause; and you ,for the purpose herein specified. ATTEST:
the above
swer with the Clerk of the above bidding. Z. D. HOLLAND. Superintendentand
to file your answer 1
Court at his office in Bunnell. Flor- Each bid shall be addressed to are hereby required Clerk or this Court.:I BY BE. IT. FURTHER RESOLVED ex-ofncio Secretary to the
ida on or before the 9th day of the City Commissioners Bunnell. with the thereof 1 said Board that an election Board of Public Instruction.
November 1959 and to serve a copy Florida, .marked "Bid for I960. 4- and to, serve a copy attorney upon shall be and is hereby ordered to Sept. 24 & Oct. 1-8-15-4tc
be held In Dis-
I the plaintiff or Special Tax'School
thereof Joseph Hirzchman.plaintifrs The City Commis-
on door sedan
address is: ,
and trict No. I Flor-
whose name Flagler County,
attorney at his office sioners reserve the right to reject W. Cecil Grant i ida, at the voting_ places in said NOTICE OF SPECIAL. MASTER'S
407% Main Street. Daytona Beach. any and all bids and to.waive any 407% Main Street District hereinafter designated on $'ALE -
Florida. 'The Flagler Tribune is informalities in bidding, and also I Beach. Floridanot .
Daytona I the 3rd day of November 1959. at Notice Is hereby given' that under -
hereby designated as the news- to accept the bid that in its Judg- later than October,.3rd A. D., which election shall be submittedto and pursuant to that certain
paper in which this order shall be ment will be for the best interest 1959.If. I the qualfled electors qualified to Final Decree of Foreclosure and
published once a week for four of the City of Bunnell Florida. I| you fail to do so.decree pro : vote in such election residing in Sale rendered' on the 15th day of
consecutive weeks. HEREIN FAIL WITNESS my hand and official' confesso will be- entered againstyou I said District, who have paid taxeson September A. D. 1959. by the Honorable -
NOT OR A DECREE PRO CON- seal this 6th day of October, A. D.I I I' for the relief demanded in the : real or personal property In Geo. Wm. Jackson one of
FESSO WILL BE ENTERED' A- 1959. bill of complaint. The nature of'1 I said District as required by law the Judges of the Seventh Judicial
GAINST YOU FOR SUCH FAIL- City of Bunnell. FloridaE. I said suit being for divorce. the following proposition, to-wit: Circuit of the State of, Florida, in
URE. The nature of this- suit is S. MORRIS. Mayor hand and Determination by election as' to and for Flagler .County, in that
o1aSep !
a suit for divorce. I (Seal) WITNESSthis 21st day -I who shall, be the Trustees for the certain cause lately pending in the
Witness my hand and the seal ATTEST: tember A. D. 1959.- I next succeeding twc years as Trustees circuit Court of Flagler County,
of this Court at Bunnell. Florida I 1... H. DRADY. City Clerk. r (Oourt Seal) RALPH E. HARBERT I of said Special Tax School District Florida in Chancery, wherein H. T.
this 5th day of October. 1959. October 8-15-2tc .- Clerk of said Circuit Court No. 1; such names to be printed Cook<< was plantiff and Edith
(Seal) RALPH E. HARBERT Sept. 24 & Oct. 1-8-U-4tc on the ballot, as may be nomi- also sometimes known as Edith
Clerk of Circuit Court I NOTICE OF ELECTION I /I nated by Petition of five or more Vln. and Clark B. Frost, were defendants -
Flagler County. Florida NOVEMBER 3, 1959 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE persons flied with said Board at I, the: undersigned Special
Oct. 8-15-22-29-4tc I A RESOLUTION PROVIDING FORA SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT least''fifteen days prior 'to the hold- Master in Chancery will on Mon-
SPECIAL ELECTION TO BE IN AND FOR I<'LAGLER'COUNTY.FLORIDA. ing of the election, requesting that day the 2nd day of November A. D.
NOTICE OF SALE HELD IN FLAGLER COUNTY. LAW NO. '776 'I the names of the persons nomi- 1959 at the north door of the
Notice is hereby given that under FLORIDA. ON THE 3rd DAY OF NOTICE OF RULE NISi nated Trustees be placed on said Flagler 'County Court' House in
and pursuant to that certain I NOVEMBER. A.D. 1968. FOR THE STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT ballots to be voted on for Trusteesof Bunnell Flagler County. Florida,
Final Decree of Foreclosure and PURPOSE OF DETERMINING OF FLORIDA Agency of the said Special Tax School DistrictNo. during the regular and legal hoursof
Sale rendered on the 29th day of I WHETHER OR NOT THE OFFICE I State pf Florida I 1. sale offer for sale and sell at
September. A. D. 1959. by the Hon- OF COUNTY SPECIAL TAX and Determination ,of. the number of public outcry to the highest and
orable Geo. Wm. Jackson, one of SCHOOL DISTRICT TRUSTEES II KLAGLER COUNTY a PoMtlcal mills of the District School Tax in best bidder therefor for cash in
.. the Judges of the Seventh Judicial SHALL BE ABOLISHED AND ALL Subdivision of the- State of Special Tax School District No. 1 hand in order to satisfy said Final
Circuit of the State of Florida in I DUTIES OF DISTRICT TRUSTEES I Florida, I to be levied for each of the next Decree of Foreclosure and Sale
and for Flagler County, in that Petitioners; aforesaid the following described
SHALL BE VESTED IN THE succeeding two years for the ex-
f certain cause lately pending in the COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION I vs. clusive purpose of operating and lands situated lying and being in
Circuit Court of Flagler County I INCLUDING LEVY- JOE G. GRABOWSKI, Defendants maintaining the public free schoolsof Flagler County; Florida to-wit:
Florida in Chancery, wherein Citi- ING TAXES PROVIDED BY AnTI said District the estimated mill- All of Block Six (6). except
zens Bank of Bunnell; a State TICLE ,XII OF THE CONSTITU NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN age required for each of *the next the north 150 feet thereof in
Baking Company, was plaintiff and TION. PROCEEDINGSIN two years being 10 mills. Gold Coast Subdivision. Flag-
. Robert Q. Elfstrom and wife. Vivian I BE IT RESOLVED BY THE THE NAME AND BY THE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDBY le r Beach. Flagler County
H. Elfstrom. were defendants BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF THIS BOARD that the following County, Florida, according to
being case No. 3814. I. the under-' OF .FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA places are hereby desig- a plat thereof on file in the
signed Clerk of the ClrcultCourt I FLORIDA: TO ALL WHOM 'IT MAY CON- nated as polling places in said District office of the Clerk of the Circuit -
in Flagler County. Florida will on 1. That a special election be and CERN, AND to all persons and par- in which said election is to Court of Flagler County.
i I Wednesday the 21st day of Oct the same is called to be held in ties having or claiming any right be held: Florida in Plat Book I, page

tober A. D. 1959 at the north front Flagler County Florida on .Tuesday title interest. estate, mortgage or PRECINCT No. 1 Bunnell-Court togei 'er with all and singular the
door of the. Flagler County Courthouse the 3rd day of November D. other lien to or in the parcel of House. hereditaments and
in Bunnell. Flagler County. 1959 for the purpose of determining land hereinafter described and the PRECINCT No. 2 Flagler Beach tenements thereunto belonging appurtenances or-
t Florida, during the regular and whether or not the office of following person together with all -Chris Kariakis Building.
wise appertaining.
legal hours of sale,"'offer for sale county special tax school district unknown persons claiming by PRECINCT No.3 Haw Creek- in Dated any at Bunnell. Flagler County -
and sell at public outcry to the trustees shall be abolished and all through or under known persons Community Building.PRECINCT Florida. this 18th day of September -
duties of district who are dead or who are not
highest and best bidder thereforfor trustees shall be No.3-A Korona-
I cash in hand,:in order,to satisfy vested in the county board of pub- known to .be dead or alive: Church Hall.PRECINCT. GEORGE. A. D. 1959.B. NEWTON

the said Final Decree of Fore lic Instruction Including levying Joe G. Grabowski No. 4 St. Johns Park As Special :Master in Chancery
closure and Sale aforesaid, the following taxes provided by Article XII of Route 2. Box 178 -Community Hall. First Publication September 24,
described property, situate the constitution. Evansville. Indiana PRECINCT No. 4-A B u n n e 11- 1959.
lying and being in Flagler County, 2. That the places of voting, in Matilda Grabowski Masonic Temple. Sept. 24 & Oct. t-8-15--Uc
f Florida, to-wit; said special election shall be the Route 2. Box 178 PRECINCT No. 5 _
Lot 7 of Block 3'of SUNRISE usual places of voting in said Evansville. Indiana Community Hall.PRECINCT Espanola-I OF
BEACH being, a subdivision of county in general. .elections in SECTION 730IO-2277 STATE ROAD, No. 5-AT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
North Flagler ;Beach. Flagler Flagler County and to be used_In -5 FLAGLER COUNTYIIESCILIPTmN" -, way-Johnson Memorial Chapel. : FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA'
County. Florida.- according to I the Special Election'to"be held in The foregoing election precincts CHANCERY NO. 3X3 6
the plat of Sunrise Beach on said county on the 3rd day of November SRD No. 11-R RIGHT x*OF ."WAY being all the election precincts la BERNICE TAYLOR,
file in the office of the Clerkof A. D. 1959. for the ratifica- That part of: said Special Tax School District No. Plaintiff.
\ the Circuit Court for' Flag- tion or rejection of Senate Joint Lots 5 and 6. Block 11, Korona. 1 in Flagler County. Florida. vs.
ler County Florida, in Plat Resolution No. 660 proposing an as' shown in Map Book 1. Page BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED FRED TAYLOR. I
Book 1 at page 20. amendment to the Constitution of 10. Public Records of Rlagler that this Board-shall appoint the Defendant.
the State of FloridaThe polls will County. Florida which lies East-I who are to be inspectorsand
DATED persons
at Bunnell. Flagler NOTICE TO DEFEND
J be open at voting places erly of and adjacent to the ex- i clerks for each respective' poll-
County. Florida this 30th day cf on THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
of of State
day of isting right way I
said Special Election from ing place at which said election is .
September A. D 1959. .
: Road No. 5 ,(U. S. No. 1) i Fred Taylor -
seven o'clock A. M. until ; be and shall publish said
(Seal) RALPH E: HARBERT seven 0'- to held Address UnknownYou
if of and within 110
lying Easterly
t Clerk of the Circuit Court duly qualified the same day. All feet of the survey line of State i names as required by RESOLVEDthat law. I are hereby notified that a
registered BE IT FURTHER
of Flagler' County.. Florida. residing In Flagler County electors will Road No. 5. Section 7301; said sur- there shall be prepared and suit has been filed against you in
October 8lteStatement be i above entitled cause and you
line being described and located the ;
permitted to vote in said special vey : furnished to said Inspectors of elec-
:' required by the Act of election. as follows: tion for use at, said election the I are hereby required to file of your this
.. 3. The Begin on the North line of Section i answer with the Clerk
same ballot' boxes and ballotsas
; persons who have necessary
August 24. 1912. as amended by the thereof
been 5. Township 13 South.Range Court and to serve a copy
!t Acts of March 3, 1933 (Title 39, U.S. or will hereafter be appointed required by law: that the form plaintiffs attorney
31 EA.st.at a point 565.40 'I the plaintiff or
Inspectors'and Clerks of ballot to be used in said elec- upon
of the
. 2330) showing ownership addressis
feet East of the Northwest cor- whose name
management and circulation Election to be held In said tion shall be substantially as. follows -I
thereof said of begin-
ner point :
count on the 3rd day of. ; : _
of The November
Flagler Tribune, published *
! the of 3 Selden
A. D. 1959. for the or ning being on arc a Ray
weekly at Bunnell. Florida, for ratification SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT
L october rejection Senate. Joint curve to the left having a radius Selden Building
1959., Resolution NO. 1 ELECTION FOR
thence from I
No. of 1910.08 feet; a 800 Main Street
1. The names and addresses of proposing an amendment tangent bearing of South-{.*34'59 FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORID. Daytona Beach. Florida.
. the publisher, editor, managing edi- State of to Florida the Constitution- of the East run Southerly along HELD ON NOVEMBER 3. 185O not later than October 16 A. D.,
t tor and business manager are: as the are hereby appointed the arc of said curve 543.81 feet 1. BALLOT FOR ELECTION OF 1959. .

" Publisher. M., B. Fuller. Bunnell. Clerks of said Special Inspectors Election and I through a central angle of 16I *- I TRUSTEES If you fail to do so. decree pro
Florida. the, purpose of determining for I I I 18.52to the end of said curve; INSTRUCTION TO VOTERS: confesso will be entered againstyou
Editor Mrs. M. B. Fuller Bun- er or not the office of wheth thence run South 6053'51 East, Indicate your choice by marking I for the relief .demanded in the
nell Florida. cial tax school district county a distance of 1125.80 feet to the II an "X" after the name of the bill of complaint. The nature of
., 2. The owner Is M. B. Fuller shall be abolished. spe-I I beginning of a 239' curve to the (I person or persons of your choice 1 I said suit being for Divorce.
;, Bunnell. Florida. 4. ballot to be right having a radius of 2162.3 for the positions as trustee or i I I WITNESS my hand and seal of
3. The.known bondholders mort- in dheSpecial Election shall feet thence run Southerly along by writing in the name of the said Court this 15th day of Sep-
. gagees, and other security holders in substantially the be the arc of said curve 1,630.2 feet person or persons of your choice tember A. D. 1959.
owning: or holding 1 percent or more BALLOT following form_ : through a central angle of 43- for the position and marking an (Official Seal)
, of total amount of bonds mortgage 1 of said "X" thereafter. three
, County .f Flatter 12' to the end curve: Vote for RALPH HARBERT,
*. or other securities! are; None. Special Fleet).Florid. thence Tun South t7'3Z'd'3'5 (SJ V T"OTO, but do notvote tot Clerk t>t said Circuit Cwt
C 4. Fara.era.oha 2 add t tactade. to. t. Ea.t.1. a. dteln ot S.CJ'3.CJ feet move than me \\) person Va wvy! SepL 27 Z3'& Oct. 1ite
4 cases where the' ceock&afcfec: sc ea- Aeterarti whetfeer 1 to this South line of Section 5. Tie group, that is from the same

"? curtty holder appears upon the' county special tax or aelt.mot.tie! tffetrlf otOceot 1 Township 11 South. Range 31 County Board Member Residence IX THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH -
books of the company as trustee or' trustee ...u h'abolished. I East at a point 1.596.64 feet District. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. UC AND
f in any other fiduciary relation, the November S, 1BR9 I West of the Southeast corner of FOR TRUSTEEES._OF THE DIS- FOR FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDAIN
1 name of the person or corporation Shall the office of said Section 5. TRICT: EQUITY NO. 3838
county special
f for whom such trustee Is acting; I tax school district trustees I The land hereinabove described MARLENE A. DAVIS. .
1 also the statements In the two para-I abolished! 'be containing 3850 square .feet, more Plaintiff
\ graphs show the affiant' full knowl- or less.OWNED. RESIDENCE DISTRICT I. GROUP
, : edge and belief. as to the circumstances I I I I BY: Joe G. Grabowski and vs.ROBERT
t, and conditions under which I I For Abolishment' his wife. Matilda Grabowski; LEE DAVIS
stockholders ,and security holders I _I II and the ,Unknown .} eirs. De- Defendant
who do not appear upon the books' visees and/or other claimants I NOTICE TO APPEAR AND
4 of the company as trustees, hold' under,August Grabowski- de ANSWER
r stock and securities In a capacity Against Abolishment ceased. IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF'
other than that of a bo/ia fide owner. I I TAKE NOTICE that a -Declara- RESIDENCE DISTRICT II. GROUP FLORIDA. TOROBERT:
5. The average number of copies tion of Taking has been flied In LEE DAVIS
of each issue of this publication sold I the above-styled cause, by the Pe- .. You are hereby notified that a

. or" distributed, through the mails or INSTRUCTION TO VOTERS tioners. the acquiring authority of suit has been brought against you
= otherwise to paid subscribers dur- If you are In favor of abolish- I these proceedings of the taking of In the Circuit Court of Flagler
{ ing the 12 months preceding the ing county special tax school the above-described land for the County In Equity by MARLENE A.
.- date above shown was 950. district trustees, place an '"X" purpose set forth In the petition in RESIDENCE GROUP I DAVIS. Plaintiff, and you are'here-
M. B. FULLER. Publisher. mark in the space to'the left this cause viz: As right way by required to file personally or S
Road No. I Sin
.t Sworn to and subscribed before me of the words "For Abolishment.* for a portion of State by attorney with the clerk of said
Florida and
4 this 1st day of October. 1959 .I Flagler County. Court your written defenses. If any.
c.' RALPH HARBERT.. Clerk Circuit I It you are not in favor of abol that one of the Judges of the Judicial Cir- to the Complaint In said suit on

Court Flagler County Florida. ishing county special tax school cuit Circuit Court of In the will Seventh on the 13th or before the 19th day of October.
Z ,district trustees place anX" Florida A. D. 1959. and also to serve a
1959. 2P.M.
of at
day October. A.D
I mark In the space to the left of In Circuit Court Chambers in RESIDENCE DISTRICT IV. GROUP copy of your written defenses up-
the words "Against Abolish. at Bun- \ on Messrs. Ossinsky & Krol. Solicitors
Flagler Courthouse
tTr Jlaglrr $ritmttrBUHHKXX ment." nell. County said Decla- for Plaintiff at their office -
I 5. The Clerk of this Board is Florida consider at 411 Main Street. Daytona
ration Appraisers
of Taking. Appoint
hereby authorized and directed Beach. Florida.
to and Order the on or before the
make such as
t\ I FLORIDA I have printed on plain white papera Court deems proper. All partiesto 19th day of October. A. D.. 1959as
sufficient number of deliverafore- the suit and all parties Inter- required by the Florida Equity
said paper ballots and ested and be heard at I RESIDENCE DISTRICT V. GROUP Rule, and herein fall not or Decree
I Ito the Inspectors and Clerks on 01 I,the time and appear place designated. I Pro Confesso and Final Decree will
MRS. M. B. FULLER. Editor before ,date and time for opening You. and each of you. are hereby I be entered against you by default.
1: of the polls for such special elec-(I I commanded to appear by filing an You' are further notified that the
tion. answer to the petition heretofore 2. BALLOT FOR SCHOOL TAX name of the Court In which said
I' D.dsaat.d otIeIaI P.bIIeat... C. That this resolution shall be I flied in this cause in the entitled DISTRICT No. 1 MILLAGE LEVY. suit has been Instituted Is the Circuit -

'' published In full as a part of the I Court on or before the, 30th day INSTRUCTION TO VOTERS: Indicate Court' Seventh Judicial Circuitof
Sae ...... !.Me.a .1
I' ; FlaglerOstaty notice of said special election, together II Florida. In' ...
: : of October. A. D.. 1959.. ,to show by marking an "X** In the Equity and that the
1baIeI...1t1e. tbessbad with an appropriate notice I what right title interest or liens space .after the line 1. whetheryou title of said ,cause- .is as hereinaboveset
J In such form as the. Clerk shall have in and favor the forth.
you. or any of you proposed millage
tbs ftat.J5 J5f; WI.TMI determine.' In The Flagler Tribune ] to the above-described land and levy which is necessary .for the You are further notified that the
a newspaper of general circulation show cause why the same should approved school term. nature of said suit Is a suit for
In Flagler County Florida once:not be taken for the use and purpose If you favor a different: millage divorce.
: J.ats .. Y st.M elsrsi esathfrP'.b each: week for four ,consecutive I I set forth In the petlUon filed levy, write the levy you favor WITNES.q my haM end seal of
" weeks prior to the date. of said herein. after line 2. office at Bunnell, Flaeler County.
uaty I.uat 1M,,4 .t.Ree .special, election.' ft I I WITNESS my hand and this Seal Florida this 16th day of September.
lrlefthle.Wes IN TESTIMONY WBB OF I of said Court on this 17th day ofSeptember. 1. Estimated mlllage levy required A. D. 1959.
.t. : .et .. -
have hereunto'set Once and affixed A. D.., 1M -' for regular storm (10)" mills RALPH E. HARBERT.
>kliK the Seal of Clerk Circuit I (Court'Seal) RALPH' E. HARBERT As Clerk of the Circuit-Court

. Court this 12nd ,dfcy of Sep. Clerk of the Circuit Court 2. Other_ mlllage levy lI"rFl I. Florida
:: : tember,...&. .D._ 1959., L of Flagrler. County Florida (CIR R.ountY.)
,. (Seal) -- JB.: OSSINSKY ,
.: : II I ""j''RALPH''.E.iHARBERTCfork'ClrcttK. I Attorney for Petitioners BY _cald Board. that this Resolution lIettora for Plaintiff
"J .... ,ua -\,' Court. Holland Building the calling and'holding.ofm 411 Main Street

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:? SMOKE TAX 'TAKE Bunnell Manfacturing jtionship I between' -manufacturing: THE OUTBOARDER

,.. The municipalities of Flagler wages and salaries and total i
county .receIved $2,488.83 from ,High School II I payrolls paid by all employersin Authorized Evlnrude Dealer
the: August collection of the 5- I Payrolls state. In manufac- .
.cents a package tax on cigarettes I HeadlinesBy turing payrolls accounted for a Dockage Storage Free Ramp '
sold within their borders, that:I Manufacturing stands_ out as little over 11 per cent of the 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona ,i
month. I i ( Betty Jo Revels) a bigger piece of pie in Florida's total; by 1958 this proportionhad
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The amounts distributed by I stepped up to 13 per cent.
I..Again it's hats off to the foot- economy, according to the Flor- I
the state, which collects the tax.: ball team. They all played an- ida State Chamber of Commerce. Likewise, manufacturing employment j RCA VICTOR

to the municipalities in Flagler I other good game Friday night Last year, payrolls of manu- accounted for 14 per I LIVING COLOR TV
county were: Bunnell, $1,607.28; I add it facturing plants in the state cent of total non-farm employeesin "LOOK FOR THE PICTUREIN
and, I might was one
Flagler Beach, $734.10; Beverly I of the shortest games I've ever came to a total of $666 million, the state In. 1950 and for 151 Southern THE Radio WINDOW& Television

Beach, 56.96'; and Marineland;I seen. But I supose the lengthof an increase of 175 per cent since per cent in 1958.DIAMOND. 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001

$90.49. the game doesn't matter as 1950. This sizeable gain outstripped I ORMOND
The total collected.in the state I the increase in .wages USES !
end I
long as we up winning, and I
was reported 242149308.; Of they did beat St. Joe with a 6.0 I and,salaries paid by other types Of the nearly five, tons of dia BUNNELL .

this amount, $748,591.68 went to score. Leading the Bulldogs in I of businesses and was larger ] monds mined annually, most go 4 LODGE No. 200,
the state's general fund and the too in the J
victory Friday night was Arthur; than the*increase into industrial use. Diamondscut F.&A.M.
remainder to the municipalities.METHODIST .I Carle and Ronald Jaszcak as I al over-all,.'"personal income tot-I steel, saw stone, shape bowl,!

as captain and co-captain. Each Floridians. These other :ing balls, polish dental fillings, I I I Meets First jond Third Tuesday
week two different boys are and salaries were up 138 per I and play.much of the world's I Dean M. Peterson. M.

chosen to be captain and co-- cent and income was more by I corded music. j' JOHN A. CLEGG. Secy.
CHURCH NEWS 129 per cent during the eight- ;
captain. 4 --------.-----...--- .-...-. .-.--.-...-..- ---.-.---...---..-.-.- ---- ----.--- .-.
Eev. W. L. Spicer, pastor of After the game Friday night. year period- the State Chamber I '11I...-....-.-.-..-.. ..-.-....-.-.-....-.-. .-.-.. .-. ,J'.r.-.-.-.-.-'-...-. -.-.." ,

the First Methodist Church of there was a backwards dance I pointed out: yesterday. Nationally FOR ALL HOURS DAY ,OR NIGHFAMBULANCE
Bunnell, said he would have as sponsored by the charming, manufacturing payrolls'gained '
the topic of his sermon Sunday cheerleaders. As I understandit I 55 per cent during the same

morning "When Do We Sin. everyone had, a good time I period.An ,
At the evening service his and the boys were dancing almost up-grading of wages and PHONE VAlley 4"1625': '

" topic will be "Living For The every dance. salaries accompanied the 1950 SERVICE ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA

After-selL" TrI-Hi-'Y met for'the first time to '1958 gain in total payrolls

Sunday school hour is 10 o'.. this year and we elected our of- paid in Florida manufacturing Never be hesitant about calling a Garda Ambulance. We

clock A.M., and the morning ficers. They are: president Bet plants. These plants had an are always at your service with promptness, safety and
is at 11 o'clock. The average :of 97,700 employees in
worship ty Jo Revels; vice president,,Annette ; wcperlftoc
evening worship service ,is at Strickland; secretary, Joan 1950 and 177,600 in 1958. Thisis

:30.Methodist Hoff; treasurer, Judy Lewis; a gain of 82 per cent, or about Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator Inhalator
Youth Fellowship half the gain of the payroll tot-
Bass historian
chaplain, Faye ; ,
meeting is six o'clock each Sunday Diane Adams. We 'decided to al. Garcia Funeral HomeP.

evening.Rev. have .a meeting this Sunday .afternoon Another measure of the eco E., GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
Spicer also, said that the at the home of Mr. Can. nomic force of manufacturingin

Methodist Youth Fellowship Sub non. This year the HI-Y and the state ,is seen in the rela- LADY ASSISTANT I

district will meet next Monday Tri-Hi-Y are planning working ____
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7:30 at the Interlachen .
night at together on all our projects

Methodist Church. Plans will be worked out Sun-

The WSCS met at.9 A M. Wed day for our installation of officers -

nesday morning, and the official I and new members. CONVENIENCE BY DAY

board met on Wednesday eve : The.Juniors are learning whata

ning.CLASSIFIED. magazine drive "is all about.

, They ,seem to be working hard.

: Between their drive and writing

speeches for English they are Jv

kept pretty busy. Poor Juniors. !

A ADS wait till you are ,seniors. ,

Speaking of.hats off, the ma- ..

: CJrtlBC* omdcr tfcla fceada* aN jorettes deserve a great deal of
.3 ccmta per word each laser*!*** credit for their show Friday
i ..
SO ee. I* minimum charge 1
__ night They did a fine job .of
GET PAUL REVERE quality non- twirling to the,tune of, "A Quiet
sickness and accident
cancellable '
" Village. Their unique uniforms -
F : insurance. Ray Colee,
were: made from the finest
P.O. Box 1206 St.
- .agent, Augus- croker sacks
tine Florida. 10.8-4tc
The Seniors' latest problem is _

.... finding a camera like they are :
I Flagler County Housewives! looking for, and also which kindof +x"y aq.410"..a n.y area., ++ (pYigR.; :. :: :,
. 'calling! Be the AVON, I'I'I.
drape they'll wear Thursday
f Representative in your com ,eke oe
'. munlt)". Bimini. Haw Creek. St. when the photographer comes
t-. Johns. Park, etc. Earn that extra 'I
to take school pictures. -
r' money. you need. Manager
i.o will interview in your home. I Some of the. couples who were
_ Write now. box 246 Lockhart.
Fla. or in Daytona Call CL, 24411. going steady at the first of the SECURITY BY NIGHT
six. weeks are gradually de-
r A--.._. ,
I ciding to untie the steady knot.
( -- FOR RENT-New 2 bedroom un
Marlene Ricks and Jim Burnsed,
furnished house with. utility
... Toom and carport, Call HE 9-2318 Beverly .Rodgers and Robert
Cook have decided to ,be good Y.:
or see Zeke Chaffee. 10..1.tfr .
t friends: .with no "rings" at 1

. > FOR SALE-2 bedroom house tached. sy.
'.C.3.S. 'Large lot and large ga- Molly Ricks' and Dianne Lil

," :rage: Conn. Ave., Hillcrest, Flag- kens are sporting new hairdos.

ler Beach. Call H.L Lerch, They both look. very nice.
,; BE'92395. 10-1-tfc The Sophomores are going all-

If -' out on their dance this weekend
,', WANTED AT tONCE.M: n with
after the game with Baldwin.
: scar for Rawleigh Business in fa ry 1a
They have asked Ted Jones %
..' Plagler Co. Buy on time. See
from the Big APE in Jacksonville -
>. :S. A. Smith, Box .1011, DeLand,
"... or write immediately "to'Raw- to visit' them. It''certainly
. "AJ ought t..be .1YPrth going to see
leigh's Dept, ) -360.301, Memphis
Tenn/ "* and hear. Here's hoping you'll
have a: .good 4..c.oWd.
, FOR SALE-House in Flagler 1
Beach. Three bedrooms, large --

living room (12'x 25') screen r"F im"r"FR
.r\ -. porch, insulated celings. Large t .

high corner lot. Ocean view. JEWELER rsVI. ': with handy bedroom s sz
#. Sacrifice ,$9995.00. Worth $12500or a u ,?i
more. ,Apply Streeter's ,Coffee DIAMONDS- > "
'? Shop. Max, Wigle. 9-24-4tc REPAIRING F"

SEPTIC TANS--cleaning 'reasonable ,......-_......-.-.-..................... extension phone nearby! ,;

-V V .rates..George Jarosz ,Phone \ ; ; ;: /
ID 73410. 5 28-11 tc <, I f ; $
HerMries. Vaewn CleaBerAfMhiie < '.Just.'ca1l our Business Office today and see'how'little- ; ': {.
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.i&& : JOHNSTON'S Seiidii Corp.' :>? : it costs for:you to enjoy this convenience and security.. .y '.''' '.:. .

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.':' Available in choice of handsome. colors. ;* .f ,; ., .
LOTS, HOMES OCEAN FRONT: service .any sewing machineor '40 '> -: : a ::- 4
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