The Flagler tribune
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00147
 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: October 15, 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: UF00079914:00147
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

Full Text
.. -- ? --ry: ... ;7- '. .l- w-:,- T-Tat-
:_ <
'= ', -i. : -: : ; .
fr k.w: : 7 : t.< )
i "/ '
'j ,
< .
: ; < <:

;Zf: ., t... J
...' \
S :.:i \ S
.. I

>,- ::7': < 1i'> t giibthrVOLUME '


47,/X10.. 40 ,, BUNNELL, FLORIDA) HURSDAY; OCT. 15, 1959 $2.50 A YEAR

I i

:r Moody Family POWER CO. NAMES Cattlemen Set YOUTH ,COUNCIL Efforts Made

To Hold Fifth ,COLLECTION AGENCY Decembr '5thCrackerDay' SUMMER. VACATION To Help Solve

. Moody's Beach Center has : Thef Youth Council will resume

: Annual Reunion been named as the Florida Power -I < $ activities the Bunnell Com- Farm FinancesState "
. : and Light Company collection I munity Center this, Saturday I ..

. Annual Reunion Of agency for Flagler Beach, it was 4<' .' l' night,following the summer va '
The Fifth December 5 been set foi Senator Verle
has. from
at learned today. cation. The hours are I
will be '
the Moody Family ] the Annual "Cracker Day and said today he had received a
Center 8toll P.M.Special '
the Bunneir Community .Bar-B-Que" which. Is. sponsoredby plans for the opening telegram from Congressman A.
1 and all ,
on Sunday, November the Flaglerr| County Cattle- Sidney Herlong, Jr., advisinghim
made and
evening are being refreshments -
family connections are cordially MRS. BARn DIES men's Association. will be served by of the results of a meeting
, invited to Plans for annual event held in g
the Washington Wednesday
., .. Rev. WI: L. Spicer Jr., pastor IN BOISE IDAHO were' made at the recent meeting members of ',the board, it. was morning with Congressman-Her
Methodist Church "
t i of the Bunnell ,of the Association. president long, Undersecretary True D.
h. has invited everyone to attend LAST SATURDAY 41 Alfred Tucker said. It will be Morse, and top officials of the \
. the 11 o'clock worship service. : ..
t staged at the Cattlemen's Raceway Farmers Administrative Emerg-
f' This is the church which was Mrs. Rose Harr wife of William -,I on Highway one six miles YOUNG ALLEN ency Loan Authority.
of Harr Jr., died .
'at Saturday
the beginning ,
t :-
I south of Bunnell. Plans are The Emergency Loan Author-
Bunnell at her home in Boise THIRD PLACE INPISHING
of ,,
the development
r- being made' well, in advance In I ity; under which farmers wereassisted
'through the efforts of members Idaho, following ;an ,illness, of
[ order to produce an,event which last year, expired some .
f';; ,/'i of the Moody family. several weeks. will be enjoyed 'by everyone In TOURNEYGeorge time ago. Potato farmers in the .
,A basket picnic dinner will I Among the survivors are her .1
the county;; Mr.Tucker, : added. Allen, III, son of Mr. affected area are experiencing
(. be spread at the center at,about husband and a 'small son, Wil
great. difficulty in securing finances
'-V- and Mrs. George Allen, Jr., of
12:30 that day. liam Harr, III, of Boise; and her '
: ". I for planting this year'scrop.
Bunnell has been invited to attend
mother in law, Mrs. Edith Harr
f the awards dinner of the I .

'" ScrewwormEradication of Funeral Bunnell.services were held Report Shows- SU Augustine Fishing tournament Congressman Herlong was assured
that a top policy man
at the Dolphin Restaurant
there this week. Bank I with authority to act for'the department -,
DepositsOver Saturday evening.
f' I I I Young Allen will be presentedthe I will be dispatched to
BunnellMethodist Last Year trophy for third prize for I this area in a very short time.

DiscontinuedRemarkable I It I his sailfish which he caught on He will be working in coordina- .,
NewsRev. ** a trip "outside" several, weeks tion 'with Florida officials of the
of the Charles :E. Creel, president of I I with his Farmers Home Administrationand.
\ Eradication progress W. L. Spicer, Ir., pastor Citizens Bank of Bunnell, said I I ago parents. will talk with distressed
Screwworm .
of the Bunnell Methodist Church, '
for the
today the deposits comptroller's in effortto
farmers individually an
f, in Florida and the the Southeast Seabring I said today the topic of his setn. report' this month show New' Law in EffectOn find some way for the Fed-
.' warrents closing J J : be "Con
on Sunday morning-will ed that the ,bajik deposits are
eral Government to assist themin
: :i facilities for mass-rearing sequences of Sin." $80,000 above the same period Parking LightsA this
sterile flies by November: 14. making a crop year.
service .
At evening
l year.
of last
i: .,kT i Sterile fly dispersals over FlorIda Ray Mercer will report on Laymen's .*>. 1 1959 legislative act ,outlawed I This conference was the resultsof
and parts_ of Georgia and Rereat at the Youth Campat He also said the loans were I the use of park lights as a 'a meeting held in Bunnell on
Alabama also will be discontinued down $250,000 compared.: with I substitute for headlights during October 2, when Senator Verle .

t k '. at.that time., Rev.Leesburg Spicer recently.accompanied_ six the same. ,period. ; last year. !I such times as twilight hours, Pope had invited farmers in
;i' was announced'today by oftheTMY: Carried in th3 'Issue ot;;''The I during rain, fog, or when driving this area to meet with him and
/ the sub'I
firThspokeinen : '' .meal fe ers 1 0. .Tribune iiS- S"nip3ete report"the .... Congres jnaj HerlongL.to, discuss
: for 'f't jptbrldetrtlvestocK district meltiSgatvlnterlacheh: : :a;+ f1? In smoker .... : IO(
Jo, Board 'and the 'Animaf'DiseaseEradication 1 I I evening. bank as made to 'the state Under therlaw passed for enforcement with farmers'heir. plight and '
Division of USDA'sAgriculatural Monday comptroller. 'I I' by .the Florida High discuss federal l assistance with,
I Research Service. way Patrol, the legislature said: ,Mr. Herlong.

The two .agencies are jointly responsible I Motorists are required to use Mr. .Odon Stewart of Farmers'
for operation of the Have You Had the lower beam (dims) at all Home Administration will be in
screwworm .eradication ,facilities "The Peculiar Palm"The times during thE! twilight hours' the Flagler 'county area on Oc

; which started full-scale operation =t trunk of ,the Sabal ,palm (between dusk and* dark and l tober 20 at the court house. In-

at Sebring, Florida on Your .Chest X-Ray (cabbage palm) may be cylindrical daylight and sunup), and. during terested persons are requestedto

July '10, 1958."Eradication. throughout its length.- It fog, rain or smoke. meet with him there Tuesdayof '
of screwworms in. 11 may taper in' half way up and The,law also says that a driver next week.State's .

I the Southeast appears to be'a but the rest of the way look. must dim his lights when .

success," said Dr. C. L. Campbell, ling like: an hourglass. ,It may approaching another vehicle, Farmers

StateVeterinarian and secretaryof Is The I be larger 20 feet from the ground I during the normal course of ,
. the Livestock Board. "It now Friday than it is .near the ground.: nighttime driving and that: this
remains to be seen whether These peculiarities may be I should be" ,done when the cars Mortgage Debt

Florida and neighboring states Last I noted in many of Florida's State are 500 feet apart.
'\ will continue free .of the deadly I Parks or'in any. place where the All auxiliary lights with the At. End of YearFlorida

\ pest. tree is commonly found.' These exception of those required for I
A close watch for any signsof I trees are plentiful all over Flag- normal operation-such as fog farmers owed in mort
: screwworms will continue to ly has accomplished astonishing ler county. lights, should be turned off 1 gage money at the end of last

be maintained by the program's results 'In remarkably short -This peculiar tree owes some completely when approaching year, ,the sum of $211,359,000,
livestock inspectors in all partsof time", said R. L. (Dick) Dressel, of its peculiarities to the fact oncoming traffic, the law says. the Florida State Chamber of

the state. chairman- of Florida Livestock its 'growth is described an endo. Commerce reports.

"It's vitally important now Board. "Except for a single genous. That is it grows from, Statement on TB This figure includes all loans
that owners of livestock and domestic : case, discovered in Highlands within, the growth being toward I secured by farm land, and was

j y, pets watch for possible county on June 17, ,there have the center This being the case' Problem in State used in the purchase of land,
1 screwworm ,infestation and that: been no positive screwworm the outer layers of the trunk are machinery or livestock, and to

{ any suspicious .case be reported cases'reported'since..February 19 not alive., lit: is, extremely important that make improvements or to re-

: immediately' as they have been of this year." In hardwoods, and 'softwoods the public not get the impression finance. Agricultural loans not .
in the past, Dr. Campbell said.: Actual cost,of the Florida program too, the growth is exogenous or I from: the closing of the TB secured by farm real estate are
Agreement: to end. sterile fly I, during the past fiscal year a'' ring of wood grows on the I hospital in Orlando, tha the not included.
production and dispersals late I'1958-59 was about 4 million dol outside each year. Therefore, TB problem, in Florida no longer Last year's total was 15 per

a this week was arrived at in conferences lars,.shar_ed equally by state and the center of the tree dies but i I exists. This- Is'not true, said Dr.. cent' above the previous year
at the program's Se Federal governments. This 'amount the ,outer layer',remains alive.! Wilson T. Sowder, of the'' State and was over three times the

bring headquarters between state j is only one fifth of the In, ,fact, a hardwood may live 1 Board of Health. 1950 'figure.Life .
and Federal. program directors I estimated annual costs of screw- for many years after its center I I "TB Is still the most seriousof insurance companies are

:, and their staff of 'entomologistsand \worm ravages to livestock own- rots, away and it is hollow. the communicable diseases the: largest institutional Renders
veterinarians who have. ers in the Southeast in previous The Sabal palm is Florida's and'causes more deathsand, disability of real estate credit to farmersIn
been in charge of various phases years, and which have been es State Tree and it is also one than any other commun- the state. At the first of this

of the program. Approval of the, timated in Florida at as much of the most interesting trees to I I ically disease. It caused the year, these companies held $6239,000 ,-

actions was, given here by as 10 'million dollars annually. be found in Florida' I deaths of 287 people in; 1958. In "> in mortgages secured by

Florida Livestock Board 'at its The screwworm literally eats Some of the best State Parks I addition, several thousand other Florida fdrm.lands. Commercial

i. regular monthly'" meeting. alive any warm-blooded- animal, in which to see the peculiar behavior -: persons 'are suffering from the banks held $23,819,000; the Fed-
The board ,also approved .lifting domestic or, wild, which it in of the Sabal Palm is in 1 1I disease and unable to make a ral Land Bank $22,928,000 and

: the screwworm quarantine fests.. In 1957 its ravages exten- Hillsborough River near Zephyr- living because' of it. the Farmers Home Administra- .

. for 32 counties in South Florida, ed over an area,of nearly 250,000 I hills and Tampa; Highlands "Our aim should be to eradi- lion $9,316,000. The balance,

i which has .beep in effect, pine othersquare miles in Florida. Hammock near,Sebring; Myakka I cate .entirely' this killer andcrippler $92,757,000, was held by individuals -
. ,May 1, ;1958,', to [coincide with arid other Southeastern states. River between Arcadia, Br denton -' and not be satisfied and a variety of miscellaneous -
ending of fly production. 'and dis Shutting down production at and Sarasota;',Coll1er-Sem -.I with the fact that only a few lenders. Interestingly, .

; r persals. However, strict' state, the. huge"maSs..- rearing and nole near Venice and Everglades; hundred died this year in contrast Florida farmers are able to se-

\ 'and :federal screwworm' :regulations sterilizing'laboratory. at Sebring Hugh Taylor Birch .at Fort Lau:i I ,to a; ,greater .number in 'cure loans more readily from
. governing movement of will not mean that Florida will derdale; Jonathan Dickinson between previous, years." private sources than farmers 'Inmost
i livestock into Florida will re- be left holding the bag if screw- West Palm. Beach and! I other states as the Federal l

main: in'effect.J -. worms)l& !unexpectedly :ref Stuart and at tTomoka. _State j I Remember- this when Land Bank mortgage holdings
f "Reports indicate the, screw- appear in.,the state,'according. to I Park'near; Ormond and Daytona": drive: '.Trouble may be YOU'I In the state'are the second. lowest .

'f: in Florida actual,, S.,Dr..Meadows.. Beach.. ..' I,car length away. in the nation.'
If ,, -" ..
'' '
.. .. e*
,tII .. '-'
f'''' I '

I,: "y;,S'R;; =v4rSa;;=i -$ '*' :' i'r, -JCL' .., __..:.,;"-,,_,', ...,.c"3o',,_ iff.-._ _... :: .:.'.... """ ./' '.," ..J$ : :! ..:" ,, .:;:. ..tt ; '. ,,, ...!:? ':: \,;,,, ,; .r .."......:'" __ r

"" -'-<-' <', ,- >- < ...-- -- ," -- ....... .y..... --- -

/r':(C! : : : _


4 .

rAGE TWO. -THE.FLAGLER ..TRIBUNE.BUNNELL. ,FLORIDA :r '.. : Thursday, Oct., 15.*". 1959
---- -
-- -
-- ..

State' ; flounced in the first half'of 1959."I I led.in the number.of plants with Earrings date ,hack- ,to prehistoric Earth is.the third planentf in !

Expands. .: The ,report also commentedthat 78, followed by Broward with 30, times. I order. of distance from the sun. ,,

an outstanding aspect, of.. Duval and Palm Beach with 22 .. .
ManufacturingFirst Florida's industrial developmentin ,20' and -" .
each Orange with Pln.1 ,i,
the first half of 1959 was ,a ellas with 17. "

.Of YearFlorida's large increase in. new (plants In number .of new jobs,,
2-100 Ib
and major expansions in thestate's Cylinders
Orange county led the list with .
rural counties. _
.. :'
manufacturing expansion .2,450 expected employees, chief .
'The number of new plants in "t :
because of at
rebounded strongly. in ly an expansion OF .
these counties in the first half ,
in the first half of'1959 followinga the Martin Company involving .,
ression-induced slowdown. in of 1959 was double that of'.the 1,800 new jobs. Dade county
.. first half 1958 and''the..
of number second
was with
,4' of new jobs created;., was ;itD:

The Florida Development Com- three times as high," the ,analysis -
mission reported today that ,new explained. State and local government
New major expansions Florida, by the end of 1958, em
plants and major,expansions an- plants or l

nounced during the first six II II were announced for: 49 of ployed 141,752 people, and the -
months of this year totalled 336 Florida's 67 counties. the:first total monthly payroll amounted I f' GASGreen's'
.,a gain of '14 per cent over the I I I six months of this year. -Dade to $46.27 million.: II I -h5, S .

same period expansion in 1958.in the The first industrial {.r."'''''.'''.................v.. -..".",r..... ..JI.......--.1'.".",.....y",.,. ,I i I

six months .of this year createdan FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT

estimated' 12,800 .new jobs' ; i : Only ., .

a gain'of 27 per cent over the AMBULANCE I' I <

employment increase during the PHON6VAIIey4., .

first half of'58."Electronics SERVICE f $ 50 :
continued to set ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA II 27

the pace of Florida's industrial Never..be hesitant about calling. Garcia. Ambulance. We I ."" .- ,

expansion," the Commission- 1:1'8' always at your service with promptness, safety and I \' :) :;.;"
port declared. "There werefive' \ '

expansions. each with 100 employees I experience !

or more--the companies Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator

being Radiation, Electronic Communications Fuel
Gas Service
t t.

Dynatronics, ', Garcia Funeral Home
Spreey-Rand and Southern Associates .
-' I P. E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral Director
Engineering and four PHONE- 7-3732 '

expansions of,25 to 80 employeeseach. LADY ASSISTANT .
." I .}..... JII Wr w .........".",............"'.._._...."'....._.'.......'."..Yutitiwti'" '
_a. .. .
The report alSO noted mat .
"closely related to electronics I .
r were two major expansions in e
mlssilics (Martin and Convair) A LOWEST.PRICED .

and two new establishemnts and I / ;! .

two major expansions in indus LIGHT AND MEDIUM TRUCKS .:. ,

_ trial engineering and rS earch." ..:
"Together, these six plants are '
# ci -
expected to account for 2,700 -S Priced lowest of the leading makes ,

new jobs," the Commission declared.

-, missile. group The electronics therefore, and ac- I :

: counted for more than one-third NEW FORD TRUCKS for 60

r of all, new -industrial jobs an- I

i "; r' r .:?
: ':;1 .J"

Bunnell TheatreFri. 'f ::, "

: > & Sat. Oct. 16-17 1 I Certified Enomy( ) ( ) : .;';:: : j

I. .

I -
Marion Michaels .and Hardy

'\ Kruger Too get the best of the new in 1960 Ford Trucks.And economy backed' 1;.
'11' < by the Certified testa of leading independent automotive engineers.! f.' ,'

Cartoon Certified gas savings! New tests verify the gas savings of Ford's ,.

V modern Six-the 'engine that got 25% more miles per gallon than '
.: Sun. & Mon. Oct. 18-19 1 = the average of all other makes in Economy Showdown U.S.A.! ti
(;. AND GOD CREATED Certified durability.. Tests of key truck parts showed, for example,
20% longer brake-lining life for Ford's new Fand C-600's '
I 23.6% greater frame rigidity on half-tonners.
Starring I Certified Based Certified
rdiobilftyi again on tests Example Ford'nnew F
And look what th.low price of this holf-ton Styleside includes I ,:, '
t : Bardot and Curt New 23.6% more rigid frame new longer-lasting ,brakes wiring assembly operated without failure more than three -
Brigette I new styling and comfort new Diamond Lustre Finish I times as long. a,

Jergen "" Certified lowest prices! See the price comparisons. See the Certifiedt ;

t Cartoon ':. \ --. Economy Book at your Ford'Dealer's, now! ,:'c _
I 1 '
.' 'NoMe avaffaMt on rtouctt.Send inquiry to P.O. ", /: ,.1. e' -
BOM 2687, Ford DtWjJa, ford Motor Company, ,
I[ p- Detroit 31,Michigan ", ,.e..' -., FORD TRUCKS COST ,LESS .,\,
Notice Is hereby given that the '"
Board of Public Instruction for the TILT ,;
County of Flagler. State of Florida. CABS-IOWEST PRICED IN THE .'
hereby'designates the following poll INDUSTRY. end the most popular I For 1960
y holders for an election to be heldon there'* ntw comfort and driving ea.... S l i' ',
Tuesday the 3rd day of November new gas economy and durability in Ford'sShort 1..
visions. ,A.D.of 1959.Section according 230.38. Laws to pro-of Stroke engines! Nine Tilt Cab Series '
Florida. Acts of 1957 in Special Tax are available,ranging from 18,000 GVW to a
School District, No, 1. L oS.OOO, CW.MDIUM '
Precinct ,No.' 1 (Court Houte, .
Bunnell) I :
Flossie Richardson. Dallas Gor- : -i-Jr
--S don. Pearl Woods Inspectors and I
: 6 Geneva Rodgers. Clerk. !
Precinct No Z (FlaJltI.. Ueach-
Recreation Center),
j- Juanita Strauser. Catherine Wilson I
Sarah E. llartel. Inspectors. JJuauIputi
'' Lola lt.'Jonea. Clerk. I )
: Precinct No. .3 (,Community- Hall.ll ,"
w Creek)
Isabelle Barrow. Mae Kelfer. I it
Nazhla Trad. Inspector. Taudy I
Bowden. Clerk.- :
S Preclnct No. :f-A (Korona,, ,C.Uftla'l Pi;
Hall) 1
Mary Frankowiak. Thelma Roman --] ,j,
Sophie Smlgielskl... Inspectors. I ;j ,TI ...
Eleanor Nelsen, Clerk. A .'
Precinct No. 4 (St. Johns I.k.Com.ualb" I .
I .
n Hall) t 'ft;
Naomi Pellicer. Mary Pellicer. i .DUTY-UWEST PtKEO Of > MrNt rrt g
Louise Hatcher. Inspectors. Dorothy!
Salyerds. Clerk. I I -,Tiff LEADING MAKESI addition to lowest .
Precinct' No., 4-A (Masonic Tern- price this F-600 Stale: offers increased ',
1 I
.. '
pie. Ilunncll) s I j I strength in frame and sheet metal....colorful W
Grace Wray. Jennla Green. :Alma I I cab interiors...Hie savings of FonT ', -
new gas
Sheffield.' Wanda ,
Inspectors, Mercer -
Clerk.. |I IPreelnet (I \ modem Six.Maximum GVW.21.00010., No / ..'
No. .S. (Community Hall, ,. W
1* i ....., a S-tW oowpoeipa dN lehrf ar w.Ie aaulaeM.rscraw
v-- Eananota) 1 "dad N,.I d ....pricw.iacl.drag f daol aaa sz. ud4Id t.
Jewell Edwards" Shirley Gresham: dpbrpelsorosioe aadaaorilio.igaeddr aalia tbor9
Ann Hunter' ,Inspectors, wilds. I I'
Cobb. Clerk. :
', .? .
\ Precinct No., ft>A;(. ....**. Rent '
rP Estate JBnllAlactA1A. BIc..aT.1 I, t' -., i" .... -- ..

'. Martnelnnn Mrs. B. )-E '-Leffreve.: Elisabeth 1 I. .' 'f.f4 : i BUNNELL .MOTOR COMPANYTELEPHONE .'> "c '

i-, ': Landrum.. Margaret Collins. ,Inspec, : ...; "- '", .... .. ... ., "
t tore c. D. Mitchell; Clerk. II i.t'R1'b. J.J. .. fV -
I ;- : i IDlewood 7-3301 BU.N N i _. ": "
, Oct. U.22.u-a .: f .,<: : A:1: <. :a. ::
.. ::
'. ,> '
{ ,
''i: f.'J ': : ; )'..' ,' ,

.-. '-' c : "XS L : '
'- .a\.t ,' ;
,&*. I '.. .,.' ,;j'Jt.N: '! .i ", ,' I A:} : i" a-s L ,"'C: :- .. ""' ;;;,:; ...'" ,c:., '- L:,' '. '..- .w." ,,_..M. "' J

"" .. -." .,, .. '. -., .-< ; -, -t.-z I'-: ., "\ .,' "....,.: ,\,.,:, ;. .:. ,





Thursday, Oct. 1.5. 1959 :rn :; LAGJE. .TRIBUNE.BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE

to _' _____ ____ ______% ..-. --- --.-:,,- -' ---.. :

-" ... September A- D. 1959 by the' Hpnorafclei .: K'oTI B 1 RESOLUTION
'Geo.- Wmr.Jackson.j one of r Notice la hereby>> ; given that pur- WHEREAS it is necessary Flagler
the Judges of the Seventh JudicialCircuit suant to motion duly made sec- imperative that additional that
-of the J State of Florida .!nand onded and carried by the"Board of to that to be raised by of
for Flagler:County. In that County .Commissioners'.of Flagler Levy be obtained. for the of elec-
". certain caWl ..lately pending In the County Florida,.at a Regular meeting and maintenance of. the public be pub
> circuit Court 'of*' Flagler County. of said Board held on the 5th schools in Special Tax School at
Florida. In Chancery wherein H.T. !No. 1 in Flagler County. the
.. day of October. A. D: 1959. Inspectors -
Cook was plantlff and Edith Wyn. 'and Clerks of each Election 'created under and by virute of
also ..sometimes known aa Edith District' or Precinct in .Flagler laws of the State of Florida
Yin. and Clark B. Frost were de- Florida this Board estimated that for J
fendants. L the undersigned Special County. places ,next two years a 10 ,mill are
voting or polling placesfor
Master in Chancery will on Mon- and Election District Pre- the real and personal or fur-
each or
day the 2nd day of November A.'D. I telephone telegraph and In
1959. at the north door of the cinct in County. Florida i in said district Is necessary this
Flagler County ,Court House In were designated for the General ,exclusive purpose of operating
Bunnell. Flagler County. Florida Election to be held on .TuesdaY.1:maintaining the public free by the
during the regular and legal hours I the 3rd day of in said district and of
of sale offer for sale and sell at 1959 the said Board of I at its
; WHEREAS. It is required
Commissioners Flagler County. of Sep-
public outcry to the highest and three Trustees of said Special .
best bidder therefor for cash in Florida having appointed the following School District No. 1 be
hand in order to satisfy said Final named persona as Inspectors THEREFORE' BE IT
Decree of Foreclosure' and Sale and Clerks respectively,'-and BY THE Board of Public Public
'aforesaid the following described having designated the following tion of Flagler County. County
: SUESDOWNI lands situated lying and being in voting or polling places ,for said that an election is hereby.

I. : Flagler County Florida to-wit: Election: to be held on the date herein
All, of Block Six .(6). except Precinct No. 1 ,for the purpose herein to the

'YOU.CAN MAI( WWF.pBI it the north 150 feet thereof in Bunnell Florida Flagler County. BE IT FURTHER .
: Subdivision. Flag-
in the
Florida. Vote County Com- BY said Board that an
, --'--- WISE ADVIKTWNO:.CALL US le r Beach.Florida Flagler according County.to missioners Room in Flagler' County I shall be and is hereby
County Court House at Bunnell. Flagler. be held in Special Tax School OF
.. thereof on file in the
TODAY AND .If T?TALK AIOUT a office of the Clerk of the Circuit County. Florida. trict No.1. Flagler County .
County. FlossieRichardson.. Dallas Gordon -, ida at the voting places in
of Flagler
YOUR NfEDS.MftKPAPER I In Plat Book 1, pagetogether Pearl Woods. Inspectors; Ge- 'District hereinafter designated
neva Rodgers Clerk. the 3rd day of November ..
23. with all and singular the I Precinct No. 2 which election shall be
\ I hereditaments and appurtenances Flagler Beach. Flagler County. to the qualfled electors .
tenements thereunto belonging or Florida. Vote in the Flagler Beach vote in such election .
ADS SELl FOR SURE! I'in wise appertaining. Recreation Center. Flagler Beach. said District who have paid

I Dated any at Bunnell Flagler Coun- Florida. on real or personal TO:
Florida this 18th day of September Juanita Strauser. Catherine Wilson said District as required by
I' A. D. 1959.. Sarah E. Martel. Inspectors; the, following proposition that a
IN. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE GEORGE B. NEWTON Leola R. Jones. Clerk. Determination by election you in
SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. As Special Master in Chancery Precinct No. 3 'who shall be the Trustees for and you
IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY I,i First Publication September 24, Vote at Haw Creek Community I next succeeding two years as an-
FLORIDA. LAW NO. 776 tees of said Special Tax School
I i 1959. Hall. Orange Hammock. Flagler Court.
NOTICE OF RULE NISI < & Oct. 1-8-15-4tc County. Florida. trict No. 1; such names' to be
'STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT |I Sept. 24 : Isabelle Barrow. Mae Keifer. I ed on the ballot as may be upon

OF FLORIDA an Agency of the I NOTICE OF ELECTION I Nazhla Trad. Inspectors; Taudy nated by Petition of five or : ,
State of Florida persons filed with said
NOVEMBER 3. Bowden. Clerk.
I g
nd... A RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR I Precinct No. 3-A II least fifteen days prior to the
FLAGLER COUNTY a Political I A SPECIAL ELECTION TO' BEHELD Korona. Flagler County Florida. ing of the election requesting

Subdivision of the .State. of IN FLAGLER COUNTY. Vote! in Church Hall Flagler County I the names of the persons A. D.
'. Florida FLORIDA. ON THE 3rd DAY OF Florida. I nated as Trustees be placed on
Petitioners NOVEMBER A.D. 1939. FOR THEPURPOSE' Mary Frankowiak. Thelma Roman ballots to be voted on for
of said pro
Special Tax School
Sophie Smigielski. Inspectors;
JOE. G. GRABOWSKI. et al. WHETHER OR NOT THE OFFICEOF Eleanor Neisen. Clerk. No.1. against
Defendants COUNTY SPECIAL TAX Precinct No. 4 Determination of the in the

NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN SCHOOL DISTRICT TRUSTEES Vote In St Johns Park Community mills of the District School of
PROCEEDINGS SHALL BE ABOLISHED AND ALL St. Johns Park. Special Tax School' District .
IN THE NAME AND BY THE I I I DUTIES OF DISTRICT TRUSTEES County Halt Florida. to be levied for' each of the seal of
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF I SHALL BE VESTED IN THE Naomi Pellicer. Mary Pellicer. succeeding two years for the October
:FLORIDATO COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Louise Hatcher. Inspectors Doro- clusive purpose of operating
ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- INCLUDING LEVY- thy Salyerds. Clerk. ; maintaining the public free
CERN. AND to all persons and par- ING TAXES PROVIDED BY ART- Precinct No.4-A of said District the estimated
'. ties having or claiming any right TICLE XII OF THE CONSTITU- Vote in Masonic age required for each of the Court
title Interest estate mortgage or TION. Temple Build- two years being 10 mills.
i other lien to or in the parcel of BE IT RESOLVED BY THE Ing. Bunnell. Flagler County Florida BE IT FURTHER i

land hereinafter described! and the BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS BY THIS BOARD that the OF TilE
following person together with all OF FLAGLER, COUNTY. 'Grace Wray Jennie Green. Alma lowing places are hereby
'. unknown persons! claiming by. FLORIDA: Sheffield. Inspectors; Wanda Mercer .- nated as polling places In said COUN-
through or under known persons 1. That a special election be and Clerk. trict. in which said election
who are dead or who are not the same is called to be held in Precinct No. S be held:
,known to be dead or sallve: Flagler County. Florida on Tuesday Vote in Community Hall. Espan- PRECINCT No. 1 Bunnell-
Joe G. Grabowskl the 3rd day of November. A. D. ola. Flagler County. Florida. House. ,
Route 2. Box 178 1959..for the purpose of determining Jewell Edwards. Shirley Gresham PRECINCT No.2 Flagler
Evansville Indiana whether or not the office of Ann Hunter Inspectors; Wllda I -Chris Kariakis Building.
Matilda Grabowskl county special tax school district Cobb: Clerk. PRECINCT No.3 Haw .
I Route 2. Box 17S trustees shall be abolished and all Precinct No. 6-A Community Building. Defend-
Evansville Indiana duties of district trustees shall be Vote in Johnson Real Estate PRECINCT No. 3-A .
SECTION 7SO1O-2277 STATE ROAD vested in the county board of pub- Building. AlA Highway. Marine- Church Hall.PRECINCT. ,
FLAGLER COUNTYDESCRIPTION lic instruction. Including levying land. Flagler County. Florida. No. 4 St. Johns. that a
taxes provided by Article XII. of Mrs. R. E. Legreve Elizabeth -Community Hall. you In
SRD No. 11-R RIGHT OF WAY the constitution. Landrum Margaret Collins. Inspectors PRECINCT No. 4-A Bun n that
That part of: 2. That the places of voting in ; ,C. D. Mitchell. Clerk. Masonic Temple. an-
Lots & and 6. Block 11, Korona. said special election shall be the By order of the Board of County PRECINCT No. 5 above
as shown In Map Book' 1. Page usual places of, voting in said Commissioners of Flagler County Community Hall.PRECINCT I Flor-
10. Public Records of Flagler county In general elections in Florida in .special meeting at Bun- No. 5-A AlA day of
i County. Florida which lies East- Flagler County and to be used in nell. Flagler County this 12th day way-Johnson Memorial : a copy
. erly of and adjacent to the existing the Special Election I to be held in Of October A. D. 1959.C. The foregoing election :
right of way of State said''county on the 3rd day of November H. COWART. Chairmanof being all the election office
M I' Road No. 6 (U. S. No. 1): A. D. 1959 for the ratification the Board of County Com- said Special Tax School Beach.
;' lying Easterly of and within 110 'or rejection of Senate Joint missioners of Flagler County; 1 in Flagler County. Florida. is
feet of the survey line of State Resolution No. 660 proposing an Florida. BE IT FURTHER news-
Road No. 5. Section 7301; said sur- amendment to the Constitution of ATTEST AND COUNTY' COM- that this,, Board shall appoint shall be
line being described and located the State of persons who are to be
vey Florida The polls will MISSIONERS SEAL AFFIXED: I four
clerks each
and for respective 0':7:7"7.
aa follows: be open at voting places on the RALPH E. HARBERT Clerk FAIL
Begin on the North line of Sec- day of said Special Election from Board of County Commissionersof Ing place at which said CON-
to be held and shall publish
tion 5. Township 13 South. seven o'clock A. M. until seven o'- Flagler County. Florida. A-
Range 31 East. at a point 665.40 clock P. M. on the same daAll Oct. 8-1S-2tc names as required by law. j'I FAIL-
feet East of the Northwest cor- duly qualified registered electors, suit is
that there shall be prepared
ner thereof; said point of begin- residing in Flagler County will be NOTICE I
ning being on the arc of a 3* permitted to vote in furnished to said inspectors of
said specialelection. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the seal
tion for use at said election
curve to the left having radius .- -
i the Board of County Commissionerswill ballot boxes and 11 I Florida
of 1910.0S feet thence from necessary
: a 3. The same persons who have receive .sealed bids on the 2nd as required by law: that the .
tangent bearing of South 4434'- been
-or will hereafter be
appointed day of
November. A. D.
1959 at the of ballot to be used in said
59 East Southerly along
Inspectors and Clerks of the hour of 9 00 o'clock
: A. M. in the tion shall be substantially as
the of said 543.81 feet
arc curve Special Election to be held in said office of the Clerk of the Circuit lows: I
through central angle of 16'18'52"
a county on the 3rd day of November. Court in the Flagler County' Court
to the end of said curve; A. D. 1959. for the ratification or House for the SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL
thence run South 60*53'51' East rejection of Senate Joint Resolu- Two following: NO.' 1 ELECTION. FOR
a distance of 1.125.S0 feet to the tion No. 660 proposing an amendment (2) new 1960 model two (2) FLAGLER COUNTY.
ton 1
beginning of a 239' curve to the to the Constitution of the trucks. complete. with chassis. HELD ON .OVEMBKH 3. In
right having a radius of 2162.3 State of Florida and cab. 1. BALLOT FOR ELECTION of the
are hereby
feet; thence run Southerly along as the Inspectors and appointed Equipped with, six (6) cylinder TRUSTEES in the
the arc of said curve 1,630.2 feet Clerks of said Special Election for gasoline engine not to exceed 154 INSTRUCTION before
through, a central angle of 43*- the purpose of determining whether -I horsepower. Indicate your choice by 19th day
12' to the end of said curve;I or not the office of county Also alternate bid. equipped with an "X" after the name of one 1960
special -
thence run South 1732'00" tax school district eight (8) cylinder gasoline engine person or persons of your
East a distance of 2963.9 feet shall. be abolished. trustees -not to exceed 215 horsepower. i for the positions as I i I with
I to the South line of Section 5. 4. The form of ballot to be used Having short wheel base not to by writing in the name I I I ,
Township 13 South Range 31 In said Special Election shall be exceed 133 inches. Four (4) speed person or persons of your and
East at a point 1596.54 feet substantially the following form transmission. Two (2) speed rear for the position and
I West of the Southeast corner of ;V* BALLOT axle Heavy duty rear. and front "X" thereafter. Vote for 1959. 8-
said Section 5. County of Flagler. Florida springs. Rear view mirror. Front (3) persons but do not ,.
The land hereinabove described Special Kleetloa bumper. Directional signals. EqUip- more than one (1) person in from
containing 3850 square feet, more to ped with 8.25x20 tube type tires, one group that is from the
or less.OWNED. 10-ply front and rear. County Board Member
BY: Joe G. Grabowskl and determine whether or not the office All bidders must consider a trade District. >ued to
his .wife, Matilda Grabowskl; of county special tax school district in allowance on one 1953 Ford FOR TRUSTEEES OF THE Bunnell.
and the Unknown Heirs Devisees trustee shall be abolished. dump truck and one 1953 Chevrolet -, TRICT: 1960. 4-
and/or other claimants I November 3. 19O9 I dump truck. That may be seen Commis
I Shall the office of
under August Grabowski. de- county specialtax J at the County Barn. I reject
ceased. CIdlatrlct, trustees beaboshed RESIDENCE DISTRICT I. '
The successful bidders will be required any
TAKE NOTICE that a to transfer, dump bodies ; also
tion of Taking has been i from the above mentioned 1953 judg

the above-styled cause by DeClara-1 I I For Abolishment trucks to the new trucks Installed interest
tioners. the acquiring ready ',for service. ,4.
these 0 proceedings of the taking of and official

the above-described land. for the 55 A. D.
Sixty gallon
purpose set forth in the petition In (60) drums of RESIDENCE DISTRICT IL
this cause; via: As right of way I I Against ,Abolishment creosote.coppertreat preservative. or Florida
for a portion of State Road No. 5
The Board reserves the right to ,
In Flagler County.. Florida and
reject and all
that one of.the Judges of the Cir- any bids.
cuit Court in the Seventh Judicial INSTRUCTION TO VOTERS DATED at Bunnell.; Florida this
Circuit of Florida...wnl. on the 13th' If you are' in. favor of abolish- 13th day of October. A. D. 1959. .
day of ;October.., A. D., 1959. at 2 ing county special tax school .C. H. COWART. Chairman. RESIDENCE DISTRICT
\ P. K. In Circuit Court Chambers In district trustees place an "X. (Official Seal)
Flagler County Courthouse at Bun- mark in the space to the left ATTEST: OF
nell. Florida consider said Decla- of the. words "For Abolishment." RALPH E. HARBERT. Clerk ,

ration of Taking. Appoint Appraisers Board of County Commissioenrs.
,, and make such Order, as the If you are not in favor of abolishing .Flagler County Florida. ,
Court deems proper. All partiesto county special tax school Oct. 15-22-r-2tc .
the suit and' artiea Inter- district trustees place an "X" RESIDENCE DISTRICT: IV.
ested may appear and be heard at mark in the space to the left of
the time and place designated. : the words;, "Against i .

You. and each of you. are hereby I! ment." AbOU.th-1 QJljr laglfr! (EribtutrBDITNBLL. ,
commanded to appear by filing an 5.. The Clerk of. this I TO:
answer to the petition .heretofore I hereby authorized and
filed in this cause In the entitled I have printed on plain white paper FLORIDA
.Court on or before the 30th day I a sufficient number of the afore- RESIDENCE" DISTRICT V.
of October A. D.. 1959. to show said paper ,ballots and deliver them I that a
what right .title interest or liens I Ito I the ,Inspectors and Clerks 'on or you in
you. or any of you. have In and before date and time, for openingof MRS. M. IR FULLER. Editor and you
to the above-described- land and I the polls for such special elec 1 I 2. BALLOT FOR SCHOOL your an-
tion. -- -- +---
show cause why the same should DISTRICT No. 1 MILLAGE Court
not be taken for, the use and pur- 6. That this resolution shall be' DelMte4 OftUlal Publication INSTRUCTION TO VOTERS: upon
pose, set forth. the petition filed published in full as a part of the i dicate by marking an "X." attorney
herein notice of said special election together I for Pablle Netltea of Flatter space after the line 1. is:

WITNESS my hand and this Seal I with an appropriate notice Coaaty Ma lelpallUea thereto you favor the proposed
of said Court on this 17th day of in such form as the Clerk shall; levy which is necessary
September. A. D.. 1959.' determine in 'The Flagler Tribune and the State ., FlevMaBatered approved school term.

,(Court Seal) RALPH E. HARBERT a newspaper of general circulationin I If you favor a different A. D.
Clerk of" the Circuit Court Flagler County. Florida,. once levy write the levy you
of Flakier' County. Florida each week for four consecutive J 'mm .**ea. elaaa matte after line 2. .
STEPHEN J, JOHNSON. JR. weeks, prior: to the date of said pro

Attorney for Petitioners special election.IN i February! ,1913.at tm. .e.t.Ece 1. Estimated millage levy against
Holland Building TESTIMONY WHEREOF ,1 fbr regular term. (10) in the
'" Tallahassee Florida have hereunto set"my hand and affixed ,at BsmaelL,Fleriasw .waaer,act of
.'. 4- SePt. 24 & Oct. 1-1-I5-4tc' ,, the Seal of'Office Clerk Cir March 3, 18110. 2. Other millage levy .'
-I I cult.Coun. this 2JUM1.day-,of..Sep -. seal of
: NOTICE ,OF SPECIAL MASTER'S tember '1.1): If S!."' -" ..r_ ------- 'C' I BE IT FURTHER October
.ALE. (Seal) .. BY said Board. that.. this -
,1 Notice is hereby given that, twH I RALPH E. HARBERT OneTar; -----..--SUOrt tion of the calling! and .f' :.:
; s der and pursuant to' that a,certain-' Clerk.:Circuit"Oo3rtJI t> I- } jad;.... 11.11 4 said'election' shall be
\ Final Decree of Foreclosure and Flagler County. Florida once a week for four lt Court.

"t pale" rendered: ,on the-15th..,. ,-.-day of Sept.: 24 .I" Oct8..: -15-4tc ----- -....... ,'..- ..... :..wgekf,_|n. -The Flagler "rlb tc

Su ,. ,. ': .. ,

f : \. ii .. .
; : ;: :'< : : ; : : ,. ,. :2.t .f ... : ..
: ; : ; : .l' :
!., >..

"' : .. -, .". ..;;" : 0'c". '::.},'" "._',' .- ..- "" ":-O::;? '

I _


,, '
'1T _. .r ,4Gh1F0 ;'"' "'T '!'" "T." '1 .
JiIt f" -." -- -
;> ':.: '< ': '. MOTHER DIES IN'DAYTONA r. ----,:.-.. ......;,f:;..-...".. -........:..-l'l'.. ..:....". .;.... h:

'.. = :. !; : JaL3eacI : : Hill Mrs.in'passed-Virginia Daytona away'Williams:Beach Monday Hospital of morning Holly I F' WEEKEND SPECIALS .

I'i after.a lengthy illness. Amongher ..
LUNA BABBITT survivors is her son William MATHERS
Telephone HEmlock 92098 Lowe of ,Flagler Beach. '. .. _
'" 119No. Bay ? Phone ID 7-3111
Charles Weaver is here from
Three' local Boy Scouts spent Henry Shill was admitted to
La Nochein the J. Hillis Miller Teaching the Veterans' Hospital in
the weekend at Camp
Clinic in Gainesville on Friday.He City to spend several days with Platform Rockers
Fla. to the
Paisley attend ,
his brother and sister in law
461 in the
Js occupying room .
of the Order of ths '
Ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Weaver.Mr. i
Florida ,
University Hospital. Plastic and Fabric Combination Covers
Arrow. ..
'Henry was accompanied on the I
Howard; ,Lerch was selected for his wife Mrs. and Mrs. John Turner of :\
trip there by May .
this Honor Campers Award in Shill and Mrs. Raymond Smith..Tampa were, here during the $18" to 2495
the Order.for Explorers and go- His friends wish him a speedy weekend. "

, ing with him were Danny recovery.
:.. ley and Thomas Minchew. Frai.I(I Mr and Mrs. Frank Crotty
work day Visitors with Mr.: and Mrs SOFA BEDS
urday was a I were visitors in Orlando two. PIECE '
\ Frank Brede during the weekend
the Central Florida Council. days this week.
were Mrs. C. J. Formato of Jack Miss Catherine Porte of Jack-,.
SMORGASBORD SUPPER sonville. Accompanying her sonville spent the weekend;here:! S995 Sectional Group
were her mother, Mrs. LucetteLofink with her Mr. and .
The Women of the St. Stephens Mr. and Mrs. Howard Max Porte. Mrs.l I: 2 pc. Sectional with
Catholic Church have planned to Moody, also of 'Jacksonville. ,. Studio CouchNylon foam cushions, Zip-off
Smorgasbord Supper on
serve a
Thursday October 22nd, from 6 Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Anderson Visiting here with Mr. and Mrs.I: Cover covers. .
until 7:30 P.M., Mrs. Marie BredeIs and sons from Fayetteville, N. C. Robert Danner for three weeksis Light Green Corner Table Lamp
General Chairman and Ticket]I I visited here during the weekend his grandmother, Mrs. Harry ALL FOR
Chairman is Mrs. Miriam Slaugh. with her parents' Mr. and. Mrs.V. ..Warfel from Harrisburg, "I a. '78OO

. J BROTHERHOOD SUPPER W. Haines. I' .. 1 'ONLY $17800

The Baptist Brotherhood of the versty of Florida in Gainesville With a Long Term 3 L.R. SuiteSofa .
Church held turkey pc.
First Baptist a
spent the weekend here with his QUAKERCirculator '
at the First Baptist FEDERAL LAND BANK
supper parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lou
evening with Bed and 2 Chairs:
Church Monday
about sixteen members ahd visi- Slaugh. They drove him backto FARM LOAN Choice of Gold or Red
school on Sunday afternoonand
tros attending. Rev. Glenn Taylor making the trip with them R.,W. BRYAN Tapestry Covers.
. Pastor of the Church, came Production Credit 'Assn.Wednesday10:00 .
wcc 1\1::: Ghill and her daughter
from St. Augustine to be present.A :Elaine who visited there with $1.1800 Heaters

short.business meeting followed I ..............., ... ..I .......................
the supper. II I Henry Shill. J PALATKA FLORIDA ...............tl'...,l'l'... ._-----.......... .....
I I .
II i
"- --- --- -
Mrs. Eda Hart ,Wilkins let!I
I'; Friday: for her winter home in .

r t. Anniston, Ala. after spending I Week-end OOd'Val'ues .
the summer here. ,
I _
y-' : Dr. and Mrs. Warren Michaels I .
have returned to their. home CUT

r.o F,..>"'.", :- here lanta.after a short visit to At. PORK TIDE I ))1)1t I

Mr., and Mrs. Martin Fuelling CHOPS : 69 I 'large size 25

(? have returned to their home here
t. from a trip to Detroit, to'attend FIRST CUTS{ = 1e:' 49* .
:.... the wedding ,of their'daughter. 2 with SSJOO food- order j
i I .
'.- Mrs. Agnes Lee is to return to PILLSBURY CANNEDBiscuits -
her home this week. She has
been visiting with her daughter, Chuck Steak 59
.' Mrs. Margie Winkleman, and 29
1 sons, Robert Lee in Wisconsin ci
; and, Rev. Jim Lee' in Nashville, I

Mrs. Caroline Barditzky droveto
Eustis Friday and spent the Liver ,o.ft' 49 BLUE PLATE
with her
weekend there hus
band, ,Henry, Barditzky. *
Mayonnaise r ill t size 29




Limit 1 with S5.00 or more food order
Necklones 6
i "$1539 in 3 Weeks with lb OUR VALUE .


ROBERT:&..THOMAS Spare Rib Tips 4 CORN 303 size 2. >for 25< \


$15350 SMALL PIGSpare -FRESH PICKEDButter _

Complete F.O.R.Ftctorj Ribs .6.59'Chitterlings '

Beans 19 S


T. ... '1 I. ; :

Make extra cash Ibs.s119'II .
with your HomeUte .
5 >
Chain saw as Mr.Thomas 39 .
'- did.The new HomeUte BUZ ., :
makes it simple because it cuts so :
fast,is so easy to handle.Find out Ib. BUCKET $lI5" .,
yourself in a're..demonstration.
-- -- -
.cuts 16 trees in 16 seconds :- -"t .

s.only fells(leu trees 19 bar pounds and up to chain.3 feet) Shop With Us Each Week Save Save Save ,. ::

..in cuts diameter level with'ground ,>i f!
.ar FREE DELIVERY :; c. < ".
'...THINK ner orHowuu } r ;

Rodgerette food Center .

BunneU.Kmber' CO JJ.'S.t. South Bunnell Florida Phone ID 77155't" -
"..... '" t, .." : :.;: -.: : ,' : : :
Bnnn. {FlOnda".t't'L \: .J 'iiAA ..:. ';0 '>-: ; : '. -,.' "-: ".:;1 _'
: . .....,. > :
* \ '" '

! '\ ;;..:-; :. < { : : ::;, .' : ,

.: .. (_ > : .. ..L. ,.: ... : ; .., : ,,..::, : >. .. .
'-": '- : 1"- \\.r .) '" '4!;., ._""" "", 4.f ',.c! ,, -...}. ... ."' "J'- t., '_' 4..i-.i$ .c -' ":\'_ ,- ;a..l; -' ... :_ .f...: .. ;... ';"0

,- --! ,. -. .._ ---- .-,., -_: _; '- ', -.. --; -
.- ...- .. : ." ..
, '"- -- ." J'l'

r 'T -T- TTTT. !.



.. .' .. .... .. \'.'!
, ,-. .: '. -- ,' .," .., ):..t ', .
) -Thursda 15,1959' -
.. .
-> > -- ---- ." '-'- '
:: .T---------------: ik r- I
BOX, SUPPER. : :'Mr. and Mrs/John Jarosz,have Miss Annabelle Barber und#-

,AT RECREATION I returned to their home here aft I went surgery:at the Halifax Hos-

CENTER TONIGHTAn er a'visit of two weeks In Detroit pital in Daytona eBach'early this

old fashioned benefit Box Michigan visiting'with rel. week.. Her friends wish, for her
Supper will be .at the Flagler II latives. While they also attended speedy recovery.

LOCAL" Beach Receration Center tonightat : the wedding of one of their wwwwwvw'

six o'clock. The boxes will be I i grand daughters. wvww

auctioned off by a number ofj I \ FRED A. FRUITS

members of the committee said. I 1 i Quinton Deen of Jacksonville I

BUNNELL P.TJL TONKINS SHOW Each lady is ask to preparea visited here during the. past I JEWELER

MEETS TUESDAYThe MOVIES OF THEIR box supper for two ,and ,bring]I weekend with! Mr. and. Mrs. DIAMONDSWATOIiESREPAIRING

Bunnell Parent Teacher EUROPEAN TOUR it to the Center B. Fuller. M'I :fIN

.AssoCiation met Tuesday after- ,Mrs.Charles Tonkin __u_._. {I.............._._.. ...........-...ti+ti11.W..

with President' Barbara Mr. and :,,;:.=..-- ;'"-f.!-,, l .. '._ ;,.;;::;.;=.==' ... _._ "' :!;:;==#:-",=' '= :-,'
noon -- -- = -== = --=- -- = = COURT
their fiI7liF. "fI-
movies of Europeantour ri -
showed .. .._ jr
John Cannon -----=1 fTIME-- == KLAGLEUCOUNTY, FLORIDA.
Cody presiding. which they made last sum- t ; DOCKET NO. 512
conducted devotional. ; IN THE MATTER OF .
of the St. :
mer, ,to members ESTATE OF R. W. DEEN SR.,
Becky Clegg and John Cannon Thomas Episcopal Church. Deceased.
gave a UNICEF program They also plan tp show themto I ,:" ... ., FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF
form of a. TV Show. and F" EXECITOR
several organizations, tjI Notice" is hereby given that I
Standing committees appoint have set the date of, November i: '.> :%1'I have filed my final returns as ex- .
ed were: hospitality, Freda Deen; ; l;: :\:, ., excutrlx of the Estate of R. W.
10 to show them to membersof 1/1' '- Deed Sr., deceased: that I have
room chairman, Doris Tucker; the Junior Womans Club.'This I j I filed my petition for final discharge
Cora Buckles gvi Iir and that on the 7th day of No-
and ;
ways showing will be at the home of! vembwr. 1959 I will apply to the
publications, Maureen, Tucker; Honorable Du.ine Deen County
r Mrs. James: Crews. 'j Judge of Flagler County. Florida,
membership, Ethel McMillan; : for approval' of said final returns
John Cannon and Bar.., I ; and for an order of final dischargeas
, program F.H.A. ROTATION '.. I executrix of the estate of R. W.
bara Cody;..publicity, Bette Me- I Deen Sr.. deceased. .
Daniel. The Future Homemakers of! {_ :, T Dated this 7th day of October..
A. D. 1959.
Becky Clegg announced the Amercia held their initation of i I Mary \V. Deen (now Mary W. Barrs)
As Execturix of the Estate of R.W.
following hours for the Halloween the new members Tuesday, Oc i i'I. Deen. Sr.. Deceased.Oct. '

the 1959 with forty people 15-22-29 & Nov. 5-4tc .
Parties for elementary tober 6, '

grades: grades one through three 'I.attending. : NOTICE OF l'I'III.le'SALE
L1 : 1
will be 'from*5 to 7:30. Grades The members dressed for c
I I I new I that under and by virtue of a cer-
four through six, five to eight I j i the initation, paraded through tain Final Decree of Foreclosureof
: T Mortgage made and entered by
o'clock. I I town. Afterwards they were' motored the Honorable Geo. Wm. Jackson.
1i Judge of the Circuit in and
The,UNICEF drive will be from to Gore Lake for initation I for Flagler County.Court Florida., in

five to six P. 'M. which was followed by a ham Chancery, on the 7th day of October -
A. D. 1959 and recorded in
The subject of holding night burger fry. _: -y Flagler County in cause therein

meetings of the P-T.A. was discussed Carol Christropher, FHA Reporter 1 == Northeast pending, docket Production No. 3735.Credit wherein Association -

and plans were made to I is Plaintiff, and Donald H. I
Pellicer and Glenda A. l>ellicer,
make a survey on the matter., Mrs. Virginia Kiwala was hostess i husband and wife et al are De
to members of the Idlewood --
; Cir-cuit I
BABY SON Club at their business meeting -
the 26th day of October A. D. 1959.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth, Boat- :Ion Wednesday night. The meeting I at the front door of the CourtHouse

right of Bunnell are the parentsof was at the King Home on at Bunnell, Flagler County,
I Florida, offer for sale at Public
a 6H pound son born at the 'Howe Avenue and Pine Street. auction and will sell to the high-
est bidder for cash, the property
Halifax Hospital in Daytona mentioned in said decree and described -

Beach, Tuesday, October 13. Tommy Salyerds returned to as PARCEL follows: ONE

Mr. Boatright is stationed with his home here Tuesday after All of Blocks 15 and 16 in Section

Patrol here. weeks in Augusta : tii > 32. Township 12 South Range
the Florida Highway spending several > 29 East, as per plat of said section
Ga., receiving medical shown by plat of the St. Johns
Development Company's Subdivisionon
Miss Sammie Whitaker, student -i treatment at the Veterans' Hospital file in the office of the Clerk

at Florida State University there. Mrs. Salyerds motored of the Circuit Court of Flagler
I I I t .Li7 iD) r County. Florida.ALSO'
in Tallahassee, spent the/past up there 'Monday and,. ac
1 Model 850 Ford Tractor, Serial
weekend here' with her family. :I companied him home. I No. 80781.

1 Centrifugal pump. and Electri
T-- Motor.
2 Tool Bars and Bedder Cultiva

tors.1 Tool Bar and set of three- Mid-

r BRANNAM'SFood dlebusters.
1 'Tandem Disc Harrow.
1 Brady Roto Beater.
% interest in 1 O. K. Champion
2 row Potato Digger.
.""" E'I % interest In 1 John Deere 2.
row Potato Digger.
MarketYour =
H interest in 1 Iron. Age 2 row

iI, I Potato Digger.ALSO .
,35 head of Range Cattle.

Red & White Store ..........,.. ALSO all right title and interest
.' IIiii the Defendants Donald H. Pellicer
ana Glenda A. Pellicer have in
and to the following'described real
119 N. BAY St Phone ID 7-3496
IIi !It and personal property:
i--.E CHANGE 11'1 Tracts 2 and 3, Block 2 and
Tracts 1 and 3. Block 9, Section
111 31. Township 12 South Range 29
Butt rballTURKEYS == East. All of Blocks 7 and 8. WV4
[ :*: of Block 10 and all of Blocks 11.
EI ;;;;::;;;; 13 and U, Section 32 Township 12
39 South Range 29 East.
4 to 12 lbs *, I Iii / Tract 3, Block 3. Tract 3, Block:
4. all of Blocks 5 and 8. Tracts 1
Swift Premium SLICED Cello g IfL.;: and 2, Block 11. All of Block 13:
and Tracts 1 and 3. Block U, Sec-
I 3 tion 33, Township 12 South, Range
BACON 49C :I RANGE 29 East.
I Tracts 1 and' 3. Block I, Tracts
2 and 3. Block 6, Tract 2. Block 9.
fill Tract 1. Block 16, and All oC. '
Boston Butts III ;; SYMBOL A TRULY MODERN... HOME 1- Blocks 7, 8, 10. 11, 12. 13, 14 and. 15.
Section 4. Township 13 Soutfi
ri;; lameless Modern Automatic El Range 29 East.
-PORK ROAST ,, 39 Today/
ec&I All of Section 5. Township IS
South Range 29 East. EXCEPT
j4 tric Ranges let you enjoy safe/cooler, I t
Tract 1. Block 1. Tract 3. Block Ie
Armour Star CANNED, odorless Bootless free-and-easy cooking and N% of Tract 1. Block 15. Tract
'.. 3. Block 9, Section 6, Township 13
$ with finger-touch control. No constant I South. Range 29 East.
PICNICS 3 lbw! .89 I ; -t. Tract 1, Block D. EXCEPT North
burning pilot lights. 40 feet. Section 11, Township 12
a !! South Range 31 East. Flagler
Beach. .
Rocket CHOCOLATE And remember it's cheaper to go all- ALSO
1 Weeder.
; electric in your kitchen-laundry than to I: 1 1953 Ford Tractor
MARSHMALLOW PIES 39c 1 1955 Diesel Ford Tractor
use a combination of services. 1 1954 A.C. Tractor
1 Potato Planter. .
A interest in Potato Digger.
Maxwell HouseCOFFEE' % Interest In Land Leveler. '
e % interest in Seeder.
% Interest In Tractor Pan. --
t 59c 3iiEI % Interest In Troe potato digger.
.' m 2 sets bedders. .
1 set listers.
Limit 1 Ib with $5.00 order .
1 Ford duster. \
_._.. I 1 vine beater. .
'. 1 Tandem Harrow. ..
2-bottom turn plows.
1 Farm roller. '.. .
'Birdseye 12.oz.SLICED .. I 1 pasture chopper. j :*, '.
e 1 pasture .mower. ""_:,
i 1 small harrow.
PEACHES'Z9c 1 large Tailorway. '
m 1 Pasture fertilizer spreader.
i Visit your"appZianie q 1 Ditcher. .
t -
Birdseye 10 1 Tiller plow.
oz. s dealer today and see the / 1 Blade. .

: BABY & FORDHOOK LIMA --?='" new Electric" Ranges. : -315 head 'of ALSO Range "Cattle.

automatic Electric" .. 43 head of Range Calves. .
: All of the. real and personal

BEANS 3 fo/69* Water Heaters, too a Two rroperty shall above'be sold described subject as to Parcel the

i -. inl unutcr ri1 indebtedness of Donald H. Pellicer
.: .. EO and Glenda A. Pellicer to the
I Birdseye 11'oz.. Estate of Joseph Edward Pellicer
'deceased, said
indebtedness being
r REEF CHICKEN ,* TURKEY FLORIDA. POWER i LIOHTCO.- In the amount of. $6.000.00 plus In- -

::. T V DINNERSt. t(Seal resL') RALPH E. HARBERT t 55. ,

49C Clerk of the Circuit Court .
-i Flagler' County, Florida.
I _Oct. 15-22.-. 2tc



;,\ ......>.- t. ., ;" "I .JJtji1: <. >.._ '.-_ ... );t;.. ,,- :" .... -' : .-s- it.. ; ,.-.. -.;; .<........ ,- ...

. .. _, Y Y I 5 ,' ;.;' T! 9 r .
.. -


. .

;': ': '. PAGE' J5IX --" THETFLAGLER. TRIBUNE, ; BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Oct. 15, 1959 I Iy.

r .. J.'V'' ... .. -. --.i. -. - .. ... .
: 1. o A 1.1 '-- __," J1ti'oa'h :and'TrI-Hl-Y,.officers met at thefcome I:;;over almost:"and: it .seems ito! THE' 'QUTBOARDER FREE' ''PAINTOne '
"DTii'tnt :
: : : J oI'of -Mr*- and,){rs. Cannon.:have gone falfly fast: ',Next -
1r, :,. IL ,an1i wIth counselors, Mrs. ,Baker and i week we will know how. we all Authorized Evinruda Dealer extra gallon of your choice
'n1 with'each'
g .Carson, for a business meet--I i stand-report cards. BOATS -ACCESSORIESREPAIRS- gallon you buy
: 1i g The .first meeting of the I Dockage. ,- Si r ge'F -.e Ramp' Mary Carter ,Paint Store
:,I : U Luu11ines 'clUb, will be" next Tuesday. Officers ': 1SMALL NATION WE FINANCE C -
I --' 825 Rd .Ormond Beach at Cqnlaa Bam
will be installed. I The,little land of Liechtensteincovers Ballough, DaytonaTiiaiiiE I Ala Weatsate ,Skipping Oater
(By Betty ,Jo Revels) 'Hi-Y officers are :Robert Cook,
miles and hasa
r I
,61 square
Another good ,weekend has president; Buddy Taylor, vice population of only 15,000 peo : I,,
:. come and gone, one'which: I am president; Jim Burnsed, secre- !ple.' Its 'past, however,' is regal. FOR
sure will be very memorablefor tajy; ,Mike .'Parker, treasurer; Liechtenstein's history backto i
some people. The Sopho and David Shields, chaplain. goes SHELL FILL & SAND
"- 1342, when Count Hartmann
Plans also made for
mores because they had such 'a are being 'I Bulldozing
R and I became ruler of the Principality -
< fine dance after the game Friday a big, big' hayride marshmallow DIRT CONTRACTSCALL
roast for Halloween of Vaduz a castlecrowned
the crowd / t
night; was so -- .
large there was hardly room to 'Night. little town that is,now the capi Land-Clearing .

i-,: dance; and to 'Jim"Bumsed after The Junior Class has ,really I tal.

he completed making ,what been working' hard. They have I EMIL MISSINNEPhone
must be every 'football players topped last year's magazine sale I I
-I by selling over $1,000 worth. HE 9-2094 '
dream-a 96 yard touchdown. I
- right behind Congratulations Juniors and Mrs.
Again Jerry was

4:; .,. Ills big brother making a ,36* ''I Anderson suppose who everyone is assisting noticed them.I II' Phone ID 7-3589' caD Phone IDlewood 7-3376 .. FLAGLER BEACH I _

yard, 'sun. I HARRIS APPLIANCE, CO. p1 p-
Louis Friedman was all smiles I -- '- ---
The team in general playeda
last weekend, and I don't be. Harold Emery '
good game. Several others I Subscribe to The Flagler Trib une, $2.50 Yearly in Advance
lieve the good game or dance
. who played an espcially good -
had a thing to do with it. Sammie !
game were Robert Cook, Donald

Jasczak tackles. Cary by Holland good blocks and Buddy and ,I Tally Whitaker Oh and we was were home all. from glad

Taylor also made some good to see her.Monday .1 AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO I .1

plays. We only hope they all night members of the ,
this Vota Veto S.S. class at the home ,
play'as good a game weekend I
of Mrs. L. S. Sheffield. New of-
in St. Augustine against BODY FUEL OILKING'S
ficers were, installed by Mrs.
ft & B as they have been playing -
at home. I II Jack Clegg. The Christian fellowship ODELL BODY SHOP Come,And Visit TRUCK STOP

' 'Sorry that Henry Wells is have was enjoyed by Louis PAINT & AL AND ELLIE PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS

" :ing to sit out a few games' because Friedman, Celia and Beverly 'Complete Collision Service AT THEIR NEW BAR Delivery in the
County on
of his hip The final Emery, James Kendall, Jimmy 2f-ROUR WRECKER SERVICE
"You'll Meet Your Friends Here"
Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fuel
" .. score was Bunnell 25 and Baldwin McKenney, Judy Lewis, Mike Body & Fender Work I I
Parker, Cary Holland, Hershel Painting Matching Free Estimates FLAGLER BEACH Gasoline
6. u.S. 1 So. Of BUNNELL
Sunday afternoon the ,HI-y Simpson, Marilyn Christopher, Days ID 7-3372-Klte ID 73267AUTO I u.S. 1 N. Bunnell ID 7-3676
Wilbur Sheffield, and myself. The Coolest Spot for the Coolest
.I Well, the first six-weeks period SERVICE I FURNITURE

rtarwltEV THOUGHTS RCA VICTOR McDANIEL'S On the Ocean Side of AlA 3 Miles I REED'S

,. UVING COLOR TV Service Station North of Flagler Pier Discount FurnitureUP
-,1-- "Keep Cool at George Millie's"i I'
?I THOUGH 1T BLEW Radio & Television Repairs I I Furniture and AppliancesNew
t1JO 226 E. Grana'd*-Ph. OR 7-2001 and Used
, UP ANLY ORMOND Bunnell ID 7-7119 BUILDING SUPPLIES 1100 Flomich Ave.-Holly Hill


BEfOKSNeed BUNNELL Building Supplies


<, Open 7 A.M.-10 P.1L 7 Days STEEL ,
Meets First and Thud Tuesday Armstrong & Kentile
State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Beach HE 9.2254
Flagler -
... Dean, M. Peterson W. M. Sold and InstalledAll

JOHN A. CLEGa Secy.. Colonial Service, Station Work,'GuaranteedOrmond' '
'I. CLEANERS Beach OR 7.3181

:$iiT tET FACE It'For Quality Furniture I CLEANING Gray's Garden Center
"We're Out of the Headquarters for Gardening: Needs
one thing-Weil Hight Rent District" .. Ceramics Gifts Dry Arrangement

a $igger/ ) ,CHRIS'S FURNITURE Hall's. Atlantic StationJack Dally -8 to 6 Annuals Shrubbery Materials Fertilizers

$UDGET Next Year J 1660 Rld* wood Are. Holly, Hill Hall, Proprietor Phone ID 7-3188 TORO LAWN MOWERS
OP 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell :
147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051

BUNNELL Tel. ID 7-3652 Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.
Your "Q" For ConcreteDial

..: i IW.W.-' Estate Broke J._ L.STANDARD Presswood PRODUCTS Garage. i CL,38113DAYTONA Agricultural JOHN&STEEL Industrial DEERE Equipment

Florida General Repairing-Road Service BEACHQuillian's Bars & Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled

.............-.............................-..."'."... Tire, Tubes A Accessories Black LAWN&Galvanized MOWER Pipe REPAIRS& Fittings
Visit Our Grocery DepartmentFor Concrete Inc.
.Frozen Foods and Staples DEEN RD. Phone I*\ 73143
Cubed lee
DRUG STORES Village Hardware Center

,, Hercules Vacuum Cleaner N TV BobSERVICE Sullivan's Gulf ServiceGULF HOUSE PAINTS

Anderson Drug Store Match and mix any color

Sewing,Machine 'Corp. i GASOILSLUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSORIES .-r Prescriptions Builder's Supplies ; KItchenware

i We can furnish parts for and' Beach Information Sick' Room Supplies GIFTS GREETING CARDS .

$service :any sewing machine. all ,makes "Specializing Clean Rest In Rooms"In Service and -S*Sundries AlA Ormond Beach CL 20420

'or.vacuum:cleaner. Real bar- The Heart of-Flagler Beach I BUNNELL

gains on'new, used & rebuilt Sales, Tubes and PAINT STOREJERRY'S r

t machines. Antenna Installation AUTO REPAIRS Moody's PharmacyFlagler PAINT MART

021 V.lm la AT*. Daytona Beaek Shield's Service Station County's Corner Drug Store HANNA & VEL-VON PAINT

,:CL 3.6661 I PHONE HE 92204HSIIEStiy Chester McKenzie Mechanic PRESCRIPTIONS One Coat Plastic Finish
Stops Masonry Dampness
Right Now We'll Overhaul and 1 FOUNTAIN SERVICE Point Sundries !
-, Repair Your Power Mower 1 BunnelL Flo. Phone ID 7.3661 I 29 W. Granada-Ormond Beach
No Job Too Big Or Too Small Ph. OR 7.0761
lisircd & Rest Assured 111 No. Bay St.. Bunnell ;ORMOND PRESCRIPTION R.MOODYPAINTING


GET THE BEST. PROTECTION FROMH. 24-Hour Towing, 'Service I Sick' Room Supplies-Sundries or SmallID
24-Hour Prescription Service
COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS I 7.3240 Bunnell Florida
Free in 'Flag1er"Beach
T. COOK AGENCY Automatic Wheel Balancing-Front Transmission Service End 1 .Rt.Delivery AlAI mL North ofORMOND -'
: Alignment BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661 RADIO TELEVISION I
I 240 Granada Orm..d-OR 7-OS83
> Citizens Bock IMj. Iniell, Florida Thompson PharmacyYour DON'S RADIO & TV
AUTOMATIC Health Is Wealth
Zenith Sales and Service
"We Sell the Best

CRAIG FUNERAL ,HOMECONDITIONED Repairing'Rebuilding SERVICE I In Our Hands and Service the Rest"

141 W. Granada-ormond 7-1421 AUTO RADIOS A SPECIALTY '
i ON ALL MAKES OF U.S. Hwy 1. Ormond. OR 7-1473
RId&ewood Holly Hill
: .,_- J.OHN HARDIN: Associate OR 7-1381 REAL ESTATE

.. ':-AIR OXYGEN EAR AND ,PACKAGE STORE Blacks Flower ShopPhone
Margaret Givens
--, ..1CHAPEL I' .J EQUIPPED FLAGLER BEACH' IDlewood 7-3248 .. '
ATTENDANT Reg., Real Estate Broker
AMBULANCES HOTEL BAR P.O.. Box 3 Bunnell, Fla. Notary PublicSpecializing
: "The Meeting Place Flowers For All Occasions/, ,.. In
> Phone.-ID '7-3532 OCEAN & ,RIVER
'We accept orders for Delivery PROPERTIES
", of Flagler County" '

'Mi-. .E.-' .-MOODY, BLVD.'. BUNNELL_ ." -FLORIDA. -- "Jim'*and 'Yvonne Se tg" {i Anywhere, in the U.S.A. ('I;-:el.1SotdFlagler'Phone 'HEmlock 9-2035 Beach

'.",!' ." ''''' :' .-- -.':,-- ,, '- ;:-. -!. '. .- /r ,.'................... .', .... ....__ t I__ "'-- '-. '. -

,,'. ;,':!;: : \: i:/ :' ;;' :: i T':' .. ,.' .,-.;.'_- .. Y'i I \ r

S_, -."" .-: -':. >! t '- ,_' ,_\ E. .4: l;/.- i::"'._,...->-.J.-._'.... ..:.- ... .''i'l.. ,;; ,; ,k. _,4i: _,'t."", __ ._, ,. ,' -i' r >. 1. :....;. -,,-. j

I .
,' -' : ... ,., '. .
? '"
:: 'i s- "
.. .i ; :'l ; :tV. : :: --;: .
) -Thursday, Oct, 15,. 1959 ." ,-y -THE' -',FC .GEER TRIBE" ,..:BtTKTNELL',, ,.,LORIDA. .. ... PAGE'SEVEW'', .
'-'-- -


Oct. 15th, 16th, 17th .. :
I Flagler I Beach, Florida. Thurs. __ Fri. __ Sat. ., '.' \ Bunnell. Florida !. '
"Best Meats Anywhere" '. "Your Friendly. Store"Quantity : -.
Rights. Reserved .. '. .
.' .
Meat Department. "" .... ,: ':..'.. .'. : HERSHEYS'p' .
WILSON'S CERTIFIED whole or "J .' .' ''- ,S 0'G A R / :_
k Lb 45' .. .
i.' shank. half .. .: :
>: ., .
:center slices: Ib 8 90 .:.5 'I lb .

SWIFT'S I. : .ba g.. ." .
STEWING HENS ,:,'" 37 '
P- .
,. ...'. '.One with.. $5.00.t food. .order. or more ;
$ % SAVORY BRAND GRADE "A" ,. ,r. .1, '' I.: I

SLICED BACON POUND ', :. 39 .:";' '. Shurfine'

-- LYKE'S or COPELANDS' '.Frt'' sze: 3 'Cans for 691t ,

ALL MEAT FRANKS. ....12oz.,kg. -.,-.39, Cocktail Van Camps

Fresh 'Farm : PORK 21:2 :
'ft DELICIOUS Vegetables BEANS can .4 FOR $1 .

.. ,
.. n # I
H" Fabulous ;
r 2" Ibs c '
FIB Giani Size 5'9

one with. $5.00 food order or more i
FANCY 5c39c Ubby's'
.: ; !
POTATOESeach I ,o, .. .

BEAUTY Lyke'sEvaporaledMilk'10c$1

: ;:: 1 :: :4 cans for $'1 I ,

.. .: "-f' :. ..... :' : -.,..)) Frozen .Foods '
Maxwell HouseCOFFEE BIRDSEYE 01 : '

Ford hook Limas 1O, :z 4 hr 99 .,


."; lib'. French Fries 9oz pkg 2 for 35


% moreadedShrimp1 k or 2f'f, 89
One with $5.00: food order or rKraft's
KraftSALAD' Muftsleman'ft Royal HoodsAMMONIA'

,pq.lib '.2' '.9.. .. qt ,Sid, 303 caa 2 cans for. _33. c flat 27. ,-... qt 19.1. .
." .

-, ':, 4, t t > .

.. r ; ";.;- ,- ','.)t:.,. 4.>T "' <::c ,r; :'" .Tk''C:Y" -':',- 'q -,'"" '''t; '' t r"7;.. ., "S;: "'1'" ..-, ., '\ ..... .'.


,. \ da


f. -
: "- DRIVER LICENSES needed a highly maneuverable ,
' I device to take explorers below ,
: \ SALE.RTP the maximum ,
150 feet- practical .
,". A total of. 2,284 driver's ,,,11-. depth of divers equipped with '>" 't".. ( STATEMENT OF CONDITION <. '> -' .
1X censes were sold In Flagler II Aqua-Lung. The vehicle had to 4 '::' .. ...< .'s" >!!:! -

r.0 :- county' during September, the I be able to .,go down 900 feet,I 'jt i ; >\ 'CITIZENS BANK OF BUNNELL x 'Y

office of County Judge Duane A. I stay six hours, and range six ,
'.. Deen reported. miles. .f .. ." : .' ;:'*; .r BUNNELL.. FLORIDA'. .'
This was two short of the > -:' ";::;; ;
.: number sold in the same period Propelled>> by Water Jets ;._. At .the Close of Business October 6, 1959. 1'
'conStructed : :%" ='
The Turtle was 7'
of time last it was stated.
k '
1 .
by the French Undersea Re- ;>. '
search Center with National Geographic ASSETS:
aid and christened in '
i ,Calypso Explores July, 1959. Measuring '6.5 feetIn.dlameter'and I Cash and Due from Banks . .. . -.' ._ . . $ 514,633.24

:: ,-' Sea Depths With 5 feet in height, U: S. Government Bonds H. ; . . ".. . 740,270.00
it has a steel hull with a top Obligations of States and Political Subdivisions . / . 489,363.74

Mechanical Monsters hatch.. Pilot and observer lie Loans and Discounts . . . '. . '. . 1,290,980.72Bank

1'" .-$;,.' prone on a rubber mattress and Premises Owned . ., .. . . ., . 13,459.37
peer out the Plexiglass ports.
oceanographic Propulsion comes from two Water Furniture & Fixtures . . . .. . .' . .t 22,816.97

r direction of Captain Jacques- jets. Real Estate Owned Other Than Bank Premises . . 17,146.34

:3 Yves Cousteau, co-inventor of Other Assets . . .. . . . . 3,614.87
The interior of the Turtle looks
u.r the Aqualung, is using manmade like a bowl ,of instruments. Included Total Assets . . . . .' . ., $3,092,285.25
sea monsters to .explorethe
( .
> depths of the sea. are a gryocompass, auto t ....
matic control rudders
pilot Jet
Two of the latset vehicles for LIABIUTIES:
camera controls, depth gauge, I ....
undersea work are the Diving II
Saucer, which resembles a huge and manuals for a hydraulic I Demand Deposits Individuals, Partnerships and Corporations $1,060,459.69Time

f.. ,mechanical' turtle with two claw that collects samples of Deposits of Individuals, Partnerships. and Corporations ., 1,296,072.24
marine life.
.' gaping eyes, and the Halibut, a Deposits of U. S. Government . . . ,. . '. 11,356.25
The Turtle will be used
to explore -
, flat-bellied bottom scooter that the North American con Deposits of States & Political Subdivisions( . . 388,754.41
:I houses photographic' equipment.
The two devices were shown in tinental shelf' ; one of the, most Other Deposits (Cashiers's Check Outstanding) . . 6,969.47

< Hew York and Washington dur-: interesting regions of the under Total Deposits . .' 7 . . . . 2763612.06
, ing September while the Calypso sea I
The Halibut, a deep-sea motion -
was making its first visit to
,i' the United States. I picture camera, has two / CAPITAL ACCOUNTS '

:,. Captain Cousteau, who has I eyes on top of its, head. One Capital Stock (Common) . . . . . . $100,000.00

. '. headed Society-Calypso the National expeditions Geographic camera bolds a; pressure the other resistant, an .electronic movie Surplus . . . .' . . : . '. 100,000.00

E. since 1952, conceived the Diving flash tube. Like the Diving Sau Undivided Profits . . .; . . . . 128,673.19

Saucer, or "Turtle," because heV' cer, the Halibut was built by Total Capital Accounts ." . ,"I. . .. .. 328,673.19
the French Undersea Research ,
Center with the assistance of National Total Liabilities & Capital Accounts . . ... '. $3,0.92,285.25This

CLASSIFIEDADS Geographic. It was 'designed -

by Dr. Harold E. Edger-
t ( statement compiled in accordance with the State Comptroller's call on the above date.)
ton of the Massachusetts insti

l s tute of Technology. .
E. __ .. .
;'> .na.. uNe 'IAI8 bads ar.Beata .
r. 2 were each iaaerttoa
t Ml ceats per I. ......... choree *

iI< FOB SALE style, Tractor perfect mower condition., modern HERE NOW ARE I IlAnU

': Pressing ironer. Used very lit-
p tle.. A. Nilson, Bimini. Phone
I ID 73448. 10-15-2tp ,

LOST in down section gas tank .
L.;;; cap, bergundy color with chrome \ D
trim. Finder please return to [lJ
Mary Bullock at Dixiana Reas- '- .U c :: & L! Lr\Y 4 IMPALAS-All the car you ever yearned for! Each embodies distinctive -
treatment inside and out, with triple-unit rear lights, fingertip
10-15-lt door releases and safety-reflector armrests. Impala sport sedan above.

I. FOR SALE-A- 1953 Gulbransen 16 -

r; mahogany piano. Price $400.

{: I Phone ID 73445. '10-15-ltp I I SUPERLATIVE .

f .. .
FOR FENT in Bunnell unfurnished -
r 2 bedroom house, screened

r. porches,, hot water heater, on I NEW CH EVROLETST'
; Forsythe Street. $40.00 per month. \
f' rent. Call ID'73324. FOR 1960 t

Oct. 15, 2t: .: '

l GET PAUL REVERE quality non. t, \ ;"T $ '4 BEL AIRS-Priced just above Chevy's thriftiest models! Like all
cancellable sickness, and accident ,s.. Chevies, they give you the famed Hi-Thrift 6 or a new Economy
insurance. Ray Colee, .. 1 -- : Turbo-Fire V8 as standard'equipment. 4-door Bel Air sedan above.
r t agent, P. O. Box 1206, St. Augustine -
Florida. 10.8-4tc t'

r -TV has Increased the demand- ,
r for AVON COSMETICS! Become ,,, ,
For Interview write box 246. ti Nearest perfection a low priced}. x >4
f Lockhart. Fla. or call Daytona ;, \
CL 2-4411 NOW. 4
car ever camel ,
t FOR SAL&-2 bedroom house ." ,. ; i
C. B.S. Large lot and large :. .
.. ga . \ 3 BISCAYNES-These (honest to gosh) are the lowest priced of the
Conn. Ave., Hillcrest ,
rage. Flag : '
;'?-. 60 Chevrolets. They bring you the same basic beauty and relaxing
!( ler HE,92395.Beach. Call H.L.10-1 Lerch tfc, .','.::+'t;., -: #. 'h .,.', 'j...; ':. .: t:'-. ',r" :' to" roominess as the other models., 4-door Biscayne sedan above. .
; ._ ."' ::' "' ; ...... .
: -t s.
FOR SALE-House in Flagler :' i ...: 1," 'n : ..(.' > "I>_ ;o't'; -
Beach Three bedrooms, large .
living room '(12'x 25') screen : :

r t\ porch high ,corner insulated lot.celihgs.Ocean Large view. : If: fsi:." ::; :. ," ,: $z :,)
:* Sacrifice $9995.00. Worth $12500 .. 'f.t, 1r.....:., "j."tit... :'_.. .j.-. .",'- .-,. t. "' :;\\J':: ;: "., .
t or more. Apply Streeter's Coffee I : ; y3t 7 W t 'kMc '
; ., Wigle. < i i-,; ; ;: '
:, Shop. Max.--- 9-24-4tc I I .". ..,.... -:< _r.... .- r;. -\.' ,-.. w- _
t SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reason.I I ".; :-: '. ... : 'f'f\k: <;; ': \ ft. -':

able rates. George Jarosz, Phone] : '- ,,: ) f.{';,' i: ,:I:,. ) ';t;: ':,:.:--'Jt "i. 5 STATION'WAGONS-Styled to carry you away, with the kind of

i""' ID 73410. ,5 28-11 tc i I ':,'-b :.y < 'J'fJi : -', {, ; cargo space to carry away-most anything you want to take with you! I
< '
J: .1 .-'i'.J'.'-v :' :,,' -- 11: : Thrifty 2-door Brookwood above. I

i HNSTON'S !I -' '.TN;. irs.mt-11.' 'p.i.sbri. crNr sru.dis, licr=P..... -,sw.a.-wsklp Ai -n-R.i...crwr ,.cU FrUqr,Octefcr>..CBS-TV. -
:.'J #'.. ;:<, <' ... .
:1 '
LOTS HOMES OCEAN FRONT, I ;, : \ -S .t.- See your' local authorized Chevrolet dealerHALLTIMLIN /' .>: _


,.Se: _"lor:.your reed estate needs Hr: l CHEVROLET COMPANY ..

Office:pti De.HE' 9-2032 .

,.Residence' Phones. ID 7-3691 I .,>:; ;''tr; .. ,'. r .. ..1'J;
; .
;" J .. : ;: o.r"m 7-3517 .: :'TELEPHONE"ID. 7-3131; \.. BUNNELL; :'FLORIDAs:'

f,. .. -, .:..:..,:.:7r' :-:, ,,:. rot' 'r:: dli: -s l lr : { : ; '! :: '. :-

., ..":...... .., .c -,' .oJ'' ';' U .;... 5 .. : ,