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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: October 22, 1959
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 47; NO. 41 BUNNELL FLORIDA THURSDAY OCT. 22, 1959 $2.50 A YEAR

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Bulldogs Clobber. I Choir Appreciation Heart Attack Development CorporationCalls ,


Set For First !

Deaf and Blind to Day Methodist ChurchThe Brings Death to I For Public Meeting



i. Tune of 39-1 ScoreThe Bunnell'Choir Methodist Committee, Church of met the Beach Resident I I! At Flagler- Beach Center

Flagler Harbors Inc., which
for a luncheon meeting at the
Bunnell High Bulldogs home of the Chairman, MargaretCook G. Clyde Williams of Flagler To Distribute holds a contract to develop the

, won their fourth straight game on Wednesday. The Com- Beach died about 2:30 Monday marshlands owned by the Townof

Friday night, beating St. Augus- mittee met to make plans for' afternoon at the local hospital Flagler Beach is inviting the

,, tine. Deaf and Blind School 397. the Choir Appreciation. Day program LI following a heart attack. He
FundsNovember
Racing public to attend meeting
a citizens
broke the 63 of age.
The Bulldogs game and the Christmas Cantata. was years I I
1. open early, scoring 21 points in Choir Appreciation Day was I I Mr. Williams was born .in I II II I on Monday night, October

'. the first, quarter. The first set for November first and will I Chillicothe, Ohio, and had lived !' 3rdThe 26, at the Flagler Beach Community -

: : touchdown was scored on the be a day that 'all those in the in Atlanta, Ga., for,31 years before Center at 7:30.

,,' third play after: the Bulldogs Church who sing will make a moving to'tFlagler 'Beach According to the advertisment
" received the ball, on a 30 yard seven ago; first distribution of racing
I years
; special effort to sing in the Choir carried in this issue of The Tri-
from Buddy Taylor to Rich He was a retired salesman for
pass that day. taxes collected by the state will bune, the company is extendingan
ard Leggett. The extra point the F1,1ltolP per Company of -
Preliminary plans were made be made to the counties on No invitation to'all citizens' of
was scored by Ronald Jaszczak. Atlanta. He was a member ofthe
r; A few minutes later Jaszczak for the Christmas 'Contata. First Baptist Church of Flag- vember' 3, Ray E. Green, state the county and to the town of-

: ., went over from the 11 for Bun- The general Committee'for the ler' Beach. 'V.;. comptroller, said today. ficials of Flagler Beach to attend

b:: nell's second TD. Ronald scoredBunnell's Choir are Phillis Barber, Jean- Craig Funeral Home was in These funds .Green said, are I this meeting on Monday evening.
'' ette Jones, Pearl Blakely, and local The meeting is for the pur
F: third touchdown on ant charge of arrangements, being distributed two 'months I
8-yard drive The extra point Margaret Cook as chairman. and the body_ was shipped to earlier than in the past becauseof pose of getting citizens to meet

{ was scored,by Jerry Burnsed and Bette' McDaniel was named Atlanta Wednesday evening. financial difficulties now be- the developers in person and to
from chairman of the decorating com> Funeral services will be held at learn the facts about the development -
Robert Cook on passes. ing experienced by some of the;
;}, Buddy Taylor. mittee for the Cantata. Members the Patterson_Funeral, Home to. smaller counties. contract; the facts
"'. In the second quarter, Bunnell of these committees workin day and interment will follow This about benefits to residents; and
revenue which has been
times but conjunction with Choir Director Westview facts' about the development
threatened several I at the Cemetery. I received from various dog tracks
was unable to push the ball Walter Morris and Or- Mr. Williams is survived' by during corporation.
S & operation the summer
: across the double strip. As the''ganist Ray Mercer. his wife, Mrs.' Inez Williams,I months, an dwhich cannot be Members of Flagler Harbors,
: ended the Bulldogs and both Inc., said this meeting is important -
i: half were on one daughter, Carolyn, I distributed until the State Racing
the D & B 2-yard line. P.-T. A. Plans of ,Flagler Beach.County Commission, in accordancewith to every person interest.
I Bunnell got back in the scor- .. : I law, indicates that the new ed in the future progress. of the
ing early in the 'third quarter county;: They also stated that
UNICEF Drive
To Sell racing ,season has begun. October -:
with Jerry Burnsed going over the public's questions will be
F J ,30 will mark the openingof
from the line., About welcomed.
7-yard
On 'Halloween '
the current ;1959-1960 racing
'.\ midway the quarter a, 5-yard Forfeited Cars year. They also pointed out that the
.. pass from Jerry'Burnsed to his Witches, goblins Land ghostsare contract of the Town of Flagler
f': brother Jim'.accou ted. for Bun- making plans'to. visit the Flagler County' ist ,giving notice The November distribution of Beach to sell the marshlands to

. _.._ nell's-ith.tciu awn.She: sixth home bftwej n> ;t.and- Six. off.Clocfr by .legal' publication in' the racing. ,taxes ;will .tCtal.Oooo. ; Flagler'Harbors'Inc., has prob-
. and final ionehdown\. scored oti 4ctaberMrs.4BeckyClegg : issues' of The Tribune ron October ,or $10,000' to :each. in the last' quarter by Buddy said today:* '"t :22, 29 and Nov. 5, 'that six year the first distribution was document' in the history of the

,- Taylor on a 3-yard drive.It They will be children from the listed automobiles that have' made on January 1, 1959. Dur-, county. They' state that 'copies
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would 'be very hard to I first through sixth grade from been forfeited 'will be sold' on. ing 1958.59. a total of $178,300 in of the contract will be availableat

,'< single put, individual players as Bunnell school, and they will' Friday, November '6, at 11_ A.M.,racing funds'was distributed to the meeting Monday night

;: outstanding'during the game, as not be calling, for v treats for The legal states that 'The a- each county for the season. and -they are inviting everyoneto

r.. it was a real good team effort. themselves but pennies, nickels mount of the higest bid must be attend the meeting and read

:, The win '''Friday night made and dimes 'to,help buy medicineand paid immediately after sale and I County Democratic the contents of the contract for

1 Bunnell's record for the season milk for children oversea delivery of articles accepted. im themselves.The .

read four wins and one loss. The money will be sent ,to the mediately.
Committee to Meet contract for the Town to
In the five games played the United Nations 'Children's Fund. Propective bidders may inspectthe sell the marshlands to ;Flagler
Bulldogs have scored 103 points Mrs.' Clegg said that one penny vehicles at the Flagler Coun
Tuesday NightA Harbors, Inc., for developmentwas
to 49 for their opponents. can buy five glasses of milk fora ty jail during business
signed about and
a year a
::- The Bulldogs have a real hungry child. hou""l meeting of the Flagler half ago. During this time there

tough test coming- up this week The children will be carrying I Registrations of County Democratic Executive has been a group of citizens who
I when face the Lyman milk cartons with the UNICEJ.-'
they Committee has been called for have opposed the sale ,of the
t Greyhounds from Longwood. seal on it. She also said sev- Angus In Florida I 7:30 Tuesday night at the court lands 'to Flagler Harbors. It has

(, (Thursday, October 22.) eral children will call on you i I house. Committee Chairman been reported that they tried to

and they will all come at one; Shows Big GainThe George Moody, Sr., said he is break the contract.
time and will be ,accompanied i calling the committee meetingto
I. Bunnell Methodist "
Qfficers of Flagler Harbors,
by parents., 'I biggest gains in the 76- make plans to get out a good
Inc;
have
Church News Following the drive for UNICEF year history 'of the American vote on November r 3 when the pleted say the they now com-
the children'will enjoy par- Angus Association were scored Reapportionment Amendmentwill preliminary survey

[-- 'The Pastor, Rev. W. L. Spicer ties at private homes plannedby in the fiscal year ended September be voted, on and detail plans for the filling
and development of the marsh-,
< Jr., has 'selected for his sermon teachers and parents. The 30, according_ to Secretary
1 Mr. Moody said he feels it is lands. to
They are now ready
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11 topic Sunday morning "Render drive and parties are sponsoredby Frank Richards. The national
important that the citizens of
proceed to the
according contract
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Unto God That Which is Gofrs. the Parent-Teacher Associa organization issued a record
county turn out to vote on this but
are not able to secure
,. Topic for the evening service number of registration
tion.This important issue. The committeewill
the deed for the from
Q. will be ,"Watchfulness". Rev. past week first, second tes, transfers, life certUica.1 also consider other matters the town. property ..
I: Spicer said this sermon was and third graders have been and junior which will include the' Dollars
written by him on the high as 'making UNICEF' posters in the Florida,Angus breeders recorded For Democrats Drive. Officers of the development
during World Wad ,II while he art classes,, under direction of nearly 500 more calves .with company are Dan Crisp, presi-
i was serving, with, 'the U.S. Navy. I Mrs- Joy Steflik. The best of the association than they did in dent; Howard Huffman, secretary -

Quiet Day of Prayer and Meditation -I these posters may be seen on the. previous 12 months. The Citizens Council ..-treasurer; and Michael

' will be at the Methodist I display in many,of the Bunnell 1959 total was 3,729. Angus Murray, vice president

Church ,on :Wednesday I stores. breeders in the state transferred Directors Meet -.

!: morning October 28, from nine 3,017 purebred Angus and 58 Pope Attends

o'clock to noon, the chairman, new herds of the Blacks were Here Tonight
City To New
Mrs. Edith Robertson' has an Buy established during the fiscal SREB MeetIn
I
T' nounced. Chairman and Directors of
year.
s': S This is,the first program observing 1 Police Cat Citizens Councils in the Fifth Louisville '
i '' the Week.of Prayer and I Congressional District will meetin ,

Self Denial, and the theme will Bunnell City Commissioners" AdditionMade Bunnell tonight (Thursday), State Senator Verle A. Pope .

>.. be "'!be Secret of His Presence". voted ,at their 'meeting Monday local Council Chairman D. D. attended the Legislative Work

i 'The service will be held in night to put a' new roof on the To Wildlife.Area '. Moody, said today. Conference in Louisville, Ky.,

the new sanctuary and members Civic Center Building along with The Florida Game" and Fresh The meeting will be at 8 0' October 15'17."Research .

: of the W.S.C.Sl. carry other repairs now being made. Water Commission .is giving notice clock ,at the 'court house, Mr., and the Future ,of

.( out the different. parts on 'the The Bond; also .accepted the by legal publication in this Moody 'said. the South, was the conference
program. Special organ music Hall-Tumlin Bid to,furnish the issue of The Tribune that more theme for theeighth annual 'ses

;( will be rendered ,by Luna Bab new Police Car. Tuesday morn land has'been,' added to .a Wildlife = Skeeter sion. Gov. Cecil H. Underwoodof

bitt. ing Hall-Tumlin ,found they Management
1 The public is invited to come could not furnish:;the car accord- county: man and Gov,. Luther H. Hodgesof -
i in for Prayer-and: Meditation be- ing to specifications due to short- The* notice" Said "That area Truck Bids: AskedThe North Carolina were, princi '

"" tween 9 o'clock'..and noon. -The ages caused, by ithe:;steel strike: south: and.. east "of ,the DeLand- East ,Flagler Mosquito! pal, speakers .during the three-
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Ii" nursery will be prov1cJed.i ; .: Tuesday evening;;the \Commission DuPont. Road, in Townships Control District! is asking bids day conference.,

; Y The Friendly: Class has planned met';for-a'short special sesaionto'riscifdHrectlon'ofjac- and 14 South, Range 30 East 131 S for furnishing a "good used 'Dr. Caryl'P. Haskins, presidentof

lJ ;; to serve a''{Ham Supper at : ported 'as. .a Wildlife Manage truck, one-half"ton pickup.: Therequest the Carnegie Institute of

I the1 Sunday SchoolRooms]; ,of the ceptiit8'theHall' ; -Tl iltnbid, :" ait}AreaTbe: 'Commission's for':bids: J is in the form Washington,, delivered the keynote .,
: Church from five';thirty:,to.seven voted accept'th; bid ,of''' ll order becomes effective immedi- ofa; legal.advertisment in this ;;:'address *to'*-the group -on -
thirty Tuesday:;the jTtji: j Ford:Motor ... ..... '": "
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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday Oct,22, 1959
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Peak'In AlaskaWill .* now ferry guests tcvthe .area's I But when the Katmai Volcano I ciety's Board 'of Trustees, and who might be.. offended by the

blue mountain lakes.. Katmai exploded, nOt ra single ,person I editor of its Magazine for 55 change. ,

Be. Given.Explorer's this summer is attracting thousands perished. The few Indian and I years. Dr. Grqsvpnor had ,long

of visitors. Sprawling over j i i:Eskimo residents-taking warning 'I felt that recognition should be The' petition for changing the

'' of southern Alas- j: from and rumblings .
Name 2,697,590'acres I quakes given to Dr. Griggs.In (Continued on Page 9)
ka's Aleutian Range, it is more -had departed.
... 1954 Dr. and Mrs. Grosvenor
The highest peak of Alaska's than twice the size of Delaware. j i ,
Life Conquers Devastation spent several days at Katmai,
Katmai National Monument, the
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Before 1912. Americans were I Dr. Griggs found the explo studying the terrain with that
spectacular volcanic wilderness I of Katmai's idea in mind. Beautiful Knife Electrical WorkPhone
hardly'aware existent sion had created a Valley of Ten
that. compares the largest unit I
It was ,known to,few ship Thousand Smokes, filled with Peak suggested itself because'of
in the Nation's park system,.will ID 7.3589 or call
pilots naVigating' the unfrequented volcanic vents or fumaroles its prominence; it is not knife- I
be named'for the man who ex- HARRIS APPLIANCE CO.'
Shelikof Strait between through which the titanic forces like but round;: and it does not

plored it. Kodiak Island and the Alaskan gathered below escaped harmlessly bear the...name of an individual Harold Emery I
The United States Board
on II Life
mainland. to the air above. -
'Names has
Geographic approved
gradually moved back into the
Katmai sprang into promon-
the .of 7,600-foot
changing name
ence in June, 1912, when a vol. desolated areas. Seedlingssprang
I
4 The Knife action Peak honors to Mount Dr. Robert Griggs.F. cano in the region erupted. Volcanic up. Minnows played in I 2-100 Ib Cylinders

ash fell over all of north. pumice-choked streams. Birds
Griggs, the former George Washington
western America.- and ground-squirrels returned.
University ,botanist who OF
The honor for Dr. Griggs fol.
led six National Geographic The National Geographic So.
Society expeditions to Katmai ciety, in cooperation with the lows a suggestion by Dr. Gilbert

four decades ago. United States Geological Survey, Grosvenor, chairman of the SoiTh -

sent out a reconnaissance expedition iD
Dr., named
Griggs many pro- that same year. Three -t:.... ;: ;? ;... :
minent 'features in Katmai for GREEN'S FUEL

those who helped make the ,explorations years later Dr. Griggs began his I,
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exhaustive survey of the territory I I I' .i ,:
possible, but neglected and the effects of a blast I ...... ". ...,.....
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to name anything for him.
surpassed only by Krakatau in I GAS
selfr University Now 77 of,Pittsburgh.he teaches. at the 1833. t : ;iljI. I :>, : '


Wilson Created MonumentDr. "If such an'explosion should I...Qf : ...>..................*..... ..........::.:.....1 I ... ,

impressed. Griggs'President early expeditionsso Woodrow occur Dr. Griggs in reported Manhattan, "the.ISland columof ," "l'._.:O.riCE: ;:: 'II"..dillii!;!' ;!!- #i'' ; :l I ,: I II I I '

steam would be -hq :
conspicuous Only
Wilson: that he created the S TownofBaftiso 'l I
far The sounds
as as Albany.
Katmai National Monument in I I I
of the would be'
'1918. In his proclamation; President explosions
audible in The :
plainly Chicago. UCEPt'tSSUEt
Wilson declared, "This won
fumes would sweep over, all the $97
derland may become of popular
Str.tcs cast of the Rocky Moun 0)1 SWtDs''ti4 .
scenic, as well as scientific, in.
tains. In Denver they would tar.
terest for generations to come,
nish exposed brass, and even
inasmuch as all its phenomenaexist I
linen hung out on the 'line to
upon a scale of great mag-
nitude, arousing emotions oi dry would be so eaten by the

sulphuric acid ,content as to fall I FULL.PAYMENT Robert
wonder. at the inspiring spectacles Green's Fuel Gas Service
thus affording inspiration to I pieces on the ironing board.j McCormick of Ballston, N.Y.,
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As far away as Toronto the acid i registers the common man's
to patriotism and to ,the studyof protest'against high taxes by
raindrops would cause stinging I PHONE ID 7-3732
nature. paying his with a negotiable
( President Wilson's predictionis burns wherever" they fell on faceor I check for $163.39 imprinted on I

at last coming true* Seaplanes hands. the shirt off his back.

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Listings amder tUm heaftbur aft Y :4 : ; .
3 cents per word each laaertira I
BO Beats I* minimum eharce
REVOLUTIONARY
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FOR SALE. rent or ,long term

lease, 2 story house 2 blocks

from business district Bunnell. '

Upstairs 2 bedrooms, living room, .. !; o Revolutionary
bath ,and kitchen. Downstairs 3 4luI:
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... bedrooms, living room, kitchen, ,/ : Rear Engine
m. @@@rL ::1ID
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phone R. P. McGee, P.O'-Box 1336 you never have 10 fuss with ; works: small miracles
St. Augustine, Fla. Phone VA 9- antifreeze. Turbo.Air 6 i with ma.1eage. It's' the

9665. 10-22--3tp .warms up quicker. with : wOfld'a firBt production 6
Short and sweet Enalne.s In the rear-where It belongs In a compact car. With more
less arts. Air. : with the t.t I lr -..moolee. th
wear on
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weight on rear wheels you get extra road.grlpplng traction for cornering and driving on ;
-r.' FOR SALE-1956 Jeep pickup, 4- .mud or snow.Also.by avoiding nose-heaviness of front-engine compact ears.Corvalr ; plane.type heater- goes ; power of horzzontallll
wheel drive, Al shape, low mile handles easier brakes better rides oother. Styling of both 4-door models is clean ; to work almost instantly opposed piBlona
uncluttered ...
and as fresh and functional as modern architecture.

' age, best offer. Phone HE 92067. '- ................................:......................... ...............................................t'...........""Optional.........m..extra.....cod.Usipack ...:.. ..................................
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.' modern i Practically i TRUNK'S UP FRONT -Wheel ..and the most

f' .FOR SALE Tractor i mower I Power TeamI.'FLAT FLOOR I.e Ne sfsasfew..u..... : Independent 's practical thin.u
: style perfect condition. the......."....It"......... '
t:' Pressing ironer. Used very lit. Engine, transmission and ....t..poarI.-.... Suspension s' orall's
drive gears are neatly : ,
; tIe. A. Nilson, Bimini. Phone wrapped in one lightweight :
Springs at each wheel L W '
(,; ID 73448. 10-15-2tp. I ry age.: J Tameless space, ? .s'' NEARLY 3 FEn SBOITER cushion bumps Independ- PRICE !

L:.. FOR FENT in Bunnell unfurnished Corvair's almost 5 entlyof each other for a : see 2t .
;f. '. 2 bedroom house screened t1NISTRUT.BODY Con.oa.ir is AmnictJ' only inches lower 1.300 : ride that rivals much ..
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compacacarwithavirtvalr : pounds lighter too. costlier cars: drive it
|:' porches hot water heater, on Body and frIme are ; flat floorthatgives you fait Its compact size -
..' Forsythe Street $40.00 per month into a single ; 6.passenger comfOrt. For makes ita joy to : :
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GET PAUL REVERE quality non- : IAd4n1drlri" +apadcar

'cancellable sickness and accident

a, insurance. Ray Colee,

_ agent, P.O. Box 1206, St. Augustine l

Florida. 10-8-4tc AND

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Thursday, Oct. 22, 1959 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE,; BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE
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.' I CERTIFIED GROCERS of FLORIDA .

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FLAGLER FOOD STORE Prices Good at Both Stores SHELTON'S SUPER MARKET .,
Oct. 22, 23, and 24
Flagler' I' Beach, Florida I Thurs. -- Fri. -- Sat. Bunnell' Florida. ,
"Best Meats Anywhere Quantity Rights. Reserved "Your Friendly Store"
AMERICA'S FAVORITEGRISCO BUY OUR MEATS WITH CONFIDENCE .
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GRADE "A" WESTERNSirloin .

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: '. -JUNIOR" WOMAN'S -CLUB Mrs. Mae Hendren. visited. with I I r-George Wickline- '_went to Orlando -

'A It iTI -, I I, Guest speaker for the Junior Mrs. Lode Oberhausen in Day-- I I Monday to attend a three- 1
c Woman's Club//-"meeting last tona Beach from Thursday until day session of the State Association
(j.;: a Tuesday evening at the home of Saturday.. ftiendsTot Mrs."'Ober- r' of.County Commission :'
,, I Mrs. Edward Gomes was Mrs. hausen are glad to hear that ers i
LUNA BABBITT Naomi Turner,: manager of the she has recovered from her recent ,
t Telephone HEmlock 92098 Bunnell school cafeteria. Mrs. illness in Berthesda Mr and Mr and Mrs. Harry Dickinson
Turner gave an interesting talk Charleston, W.Va., and is home returned to their winter
FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB'i i I METHODIST CHURCH NOTES on nutrition, pointing out things now. home here Friday after spending -
At the Flagler Woman's Club Rev. Reynold Hoover, pastor of that should be eaten and ,why.It the summer 'in New York
meeting ..Wednesday afternoonat I''I the Flagler Beach Methodist was enjoyed by the ,members.Mrs. Visiting with; Mr. and Mrs. State. '
the club building: Mrs. Reyn- Church:,announced that the top; Gomes presided at the Frank Grotty during the week 1
old' Hoover presided and the ic of his sermon next Sunday meeting which was opened, by end were Mr. and Mrs. Troy (Continued on page 6)
hostesses were Mrs. Mae' Hend- morning wilt be "And Some SaidIt the members reading the Collect. Smith from Miami.
ren, Mrs. Alice Charon, and Mrs.. Thundered." The morning Plans were discussed on a spa-
Charlotte McDowell.The worship services are held at 9:30 ghetti supper which will be on Mr. and Mrs. Randy Turner IrTV
devotional, given by Mrs.I I in the Woman's Club building. I I I Saturday, October 24 at 6 P.M. from Tampa are spending several Bob
Ann Batten, ended Jjy the.rec- The .congregation has planned I lin the Masonic building, in Bun days here in the Turner
ord "Somebody Is Watching Over -I I a, fellowship supper at the club'I:nell. All members and prospective place. SERVICE
You Tonight," being played.In building for Monday evening at'I members, Accompanied by .. .I _
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,the reports from committee 6 o'clock and an official board ,their husbands,'*are invited. all makes
chairmen, Mrs. Sam Novick said meeting is to be held shortly Arrangements were made to \
130* people had chest x-rays in thereafter. All members and entertain the six members of the Electric Contracting Sales, Tubes and
the mobile unit here last Tues- friends are invited.' State Junior Executive Board on
Antenna Installation
day. Mrs. Threadgill reportedthat Rev. and Mrs. Hoover plan to Sunday evening, November 1, at JOHN RODGERSPh.
her committee had purchased entertain the choir at their home a dinner in Bunnell which will ID 73405Bunnell. Flo. PHONE HE 9-2204 "
.. 91 chairs for the club., Friday evening after choirre- be when m they'arrive for the Dis, I .
Plans were discussed on the hearsal. trict Six business meeting of the -
Alphabet Potluck Supper whichis I I I State Federation of Women's:I' ---

tp be at 6 P.M. on ,October RETURNS FROM HOSPITAL Clubs the following day. '.
29, at the club building. A Henry Shill returned to his The next meeting wil Ibe Tues CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
travelogue on South America home Tuesday from the Univers i day evening, November 10, ,at
will be shown after the supper.: ity Hospital in Gainesville wherehe the home of Mrs. James Crewsin H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
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Mrs. Isla Kester and Mrs.] received medical treatmentfor Bunnell.. G est speaker will. JOHN HARDIN. Associate
Mickey Massie gave a unique report several daY* Mrs. Shill motored be Mrs. Charles'Tonkins and she "*
on the dollar dividends! to Gainesville Tuesday will show movies made by her AIR LADY OXYGEN
which totaled $753.70. Included I morning to accompany him husband on their trip abroad CONDITIONED I I EQUIPPED

in that was. Mrs!' Massie's report -I' iome.i. % last summer' x CHAPEL ATTENDANT ..AMBULANCESPhone

.. on the teenage dances. ? Accepted as a new memberwas
Dainty refreshments were serv- .::-::. :::y Swayze spent Monday Mrs. Charles Yon. Mrs. ID 7.3532
, ed' by the hostesses during in i and Tuesday visiting in Or Gomes served pie with coffee at J
201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
termission. Mrs. Florence lando. the concldusion. .
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the ,piano. The three guests," -
Mrs. Abby Hansalpati:::, Mrs. Week-end Food ValuesSMOKED
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Katherine Swenson. :: 1 .r. '
Gomes, were introduced. "
They were representatives from
ARMOURS VEGETOLE
the Junior Woman's Club. .
Mrs. Jasper White gave a report BACON Ib 31b
on the executive board SHORTENING 49
meeting"' where arrangementswere By the piece.: ,J I I tinBRISKET i
made for the'annual busineSs -
LIMIT (1) WITH 55.00 OR MORE ORDER'
STEW, Ib
meeting Hof District Six of r ,
the Florida Federation of Worn- MARIGOLD l
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.. en's Clubs at, which this club FAT BACK
will be host on November 2. The j

the morning Bunnell-session Methodist will be held Churchat at BOiling.B'ACON i 2lbsFRESH OLEO ;11b.2 'for 29

10 o'clock, adjourning at 12:30 SLICED ,

for Club lunch, building.at the Flagler The afternoon Woman's I SPICED LUNCHEON $ 00 I !

r session will start at 1:30 there. OR 2 Ibs.l i iU. SEALTEST,
, Reservation chairman is Mrs. -
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Pauline M a g e e. Reservationmust LOG. I
be made with Mrs.'Magee ICEMILK49
by October 26. The lunchen -
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will be $1.50 per person. GO D.t
Mrs. Gomes reported on the .
last meeting of the Junior Wom CH'UCIROAST )b. 49

., an's Club and stated that the BIG CHIEF
club had planned dinner for
the state executive board on I SMOKED ,t.

:,' Sunday evening, November 1. RICE lb. 49
I HAM HOCKSFRESH lbs'; 00 3*. bag

t GARDEN CLUB NOTICE I If' 5 '

The regular business meeting '
.. of the Flagler Beach Garden PORK KIDNEYS I (
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ber 3, at the, home of Mrs. Mar .
FRESH GROUND ..1' *
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:' Elsie White is to speak on Dried HAMBURGER
;.", Material andMrs.. Florence ,
<'7'3 Ibs.I :"1- $1' f + 2 lg. cans
SPARERIBS
Schwenk is to speak on Unusual

i Plants. GARDEN< FRESH ,
I" T OX TAILS .
it-- Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bordner have
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r 1 guests Mr. and :Mrs. Thomas SLICED BACOM 19

l' Badger from Columbus, ,Ohio. ,. 49IU11iLHI I 1,. bWIEIEII
Friday, Mr. and Mrs. John Mur- OR -
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I, Probably few documents in the history of The growth of Florida communities has been Corporation
Flagler County has been more discussed than phenomenal in most areas. Flagler County has
the contract of the town of Flagler Beach to the opportunity to keep pace with this vital ,
The officers and executives of Flagler Harbors
progress. This can only be achieved by con
f sell the marsh lands to the developer Flagler
Inc.will be present and available to discuss with
it's waste into usefulness.
verting
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< you r in, person, this development which is of
S y j + suchgreat importance to Flagler County.
We 'are' told"that most of the' citizens have Part of this will be achieved by converting
disease sources, such as swamp and marsh,
been exposed to conflicting comments regarding
You will get to know Dan Crisp, president;
the content of the contract. To assure each Interlands, into useful, health contributing areas. ,
Howard Huffman secretary and treasurer; and
ested the to know each clause
person opportunity
Michael vice These the
Murray president. are
and sentence of the contract will. .
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every The economic security, of every community men who have dedicated themselves to the task
be available. demands that it progress by growth and developof converting the marsh lands into a prosperous
men t. The Town of Flagler Beach can be a community of beautiful homes.
You can read it for yourself. You won't need source of financial and economic security for all
to take some one elves word or interpretation of Flagler County by sound development of its '
of It's provisions. resort and residential potential. .,.::
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Bunnell'- i ':7- ; --7 TIti b.making a.touchdown-,' ." !""Good. ,work brains tryingto think of an'l' ... ... ... .-. .., '. .. ,_. ..
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: S High School we play Lyman, and coming Float. Anybody got
here's will have ideas?
hoping; we another -
Headlines victory; to. carry us_ over I The" Fresnman class is spons- Open' Letter -\"

to., Homecoming. -.... oring the. football 'dance after ,
the November 6-so "Yal'll ,
game ,
(By Betty Jo Revels) The school remains proud of L .o.
Come.
The:Biggest Little Band in Dixie. l-In'vitation
Today will find most of the I They have been asked to play 'I guess all of you heard about t Special i
'students that tackle Rex Springer
.' in B. H. S.v playing at the Gator Growl this Friday great
J 'hookey"! But today'we're doing night. Bunnell will be the small made_ Friday night Congratulations .

;- it with the consent of the teach- est band on the field. The cheerleaders I I Rex! ,

ers f They are attending ateachers' will appear; for the first We finally' waded through six 'To Mayor R. L. McNab, Flagler Beach and
weeks tests and tomorrow we'llknow
meeting. '' >
time this season, in new uni-
Again the Bulldogs are vic where:we stand. REPORT CouDcil en.
forms at Homecoming .game.:
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Tri-H1.Y and Hl-Y had a meeting
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Tuesday night. Plans for a K. 'N. Givens Chairman
:. D.&B. I didn't get to see the General Duncan I.. Clinch .
Halloween are being made
big
; game, but as I understand it by them.. Each grade, in ,high never,saw the fort named in his T.. W. Duncan 1
Ronnie Jasazczak made two fine honor as it was built and named : .
school (912) are invited to at-
touchdowns, and Richard Leg- after his death which occured on j I ..it"' R. R. Mosby / ,'.
their
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started the rolling -
gett' game September 281849.Hercules '
Halloween night'a.t the
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I I school building. Bring a date t ,
the first quarter. ,
and 50 cents, and don't be late.Homecoming' I 1 i
I C. F. Charon 1
. For a switch, the older Burned I "- ,
; news will be in
-: brother followed the young-,..:
the next week as I don'tknow
paper
r I er. Jerry made the second touchdown j Vacuum Cleaner
who all the candidates are
: followed by Jim. -Buddy] '

p' Taylor also added to. the scorewith yet.Almost everyone in school has I Sewing Machine Corp. I YOU, the officials of the town of Flagler Beachare

a touchdown. But I am been invited to Molly's party We can furnish parts for and especially. invited to attend the, open meeting
sure none of these plays and
this Saturday 'night. It's her service any sewing machineor I at the Community Center Monday October 26-
runs would have, been I possible birthday and she'll be sweet.six I vacuum cleaner. Real bar- I ,
without the full cooperation,and gains on new, used & rebuilt
teen. Wonder if she's ever been I
< fine teamwork of the rest of the machines..
team. kissed. _, : I The meeting will, start; at. 7:30 p. m. It is ,an

Coach Humphrey decided to 921 Voln laAm Daytona Beach open meeting everyone is invited. _
FRESHMAN NEWSEverybody's
put the second string in the last CL. 3.6661 I .'

quarter, and Rex Springer madea wracking, their .
tackle, ______ I
very unexpected stopping .
one of the D.&B.'men from I '
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k.... -- INSIIE-Stay: "Insured & Rest Assured


' 1/at 4.beach GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM P.' s. The purpose of the meeting is to provide

the citizens of Flagler Beach with the opportunity,

Continued from ,Page 4 I H: T.: COOK AGENCY to get the first hand "in person"' FACTS (about

the of Harbors.
FORMER RESIDENT DIES development Flagler
r. Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell Florida
AT DAYTONA BEACH HOME

James Entwistle 81, died at -
his home, 2012 South RidgewoodAve.

in,Daytona''Beach Saturday.Mr. t -I I .
Entwistel was a retired ...,...::4.k 'S -P" : -.'I '...I .'-:., ;
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E Flagler. Beach before moving to : RAILROAD FEATHERBEDDING : /

p Daytona Beach. He, originally : '_" '?, .
;., came from Philadelphia, Pa. ,. "

Tuesday Funeral at services 2 o'clock in were Baggett-held

McIntosh Chapel in Daytona '}: : '

<.. Beach with ,Rev. Wallace Pomp- 500,000,000 LOSS '
' lum, pastor of the Neptune DriveIn

.Christian Church. Masonic
> Lodge No. 270 officiated. Among

his survivors are his wife Mrs. .


r v'": a Mary daughter Elizabeth, Mrs.Entwistle Olive Kolhaas and, &., ,TO,'THE NATION-INCLUDING YOU-EVERY YEAR .. ,
Holly Hill, also a former resident ;
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her'daughter and son in law, Mr. ,-'_f y.,' ]
r and Mrs. 'Peter Dzioba. .' ;1-\. : '. ',',,;;., not done or. not needed is costing, the American .
t i Mrs.. George Miles Moody : j z' people the shocking total of more than Tr

made trip to Jacksonville Fri. ,
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, day to visit with her son' in law -\ : -

and daughter,' Mr. and Mrs. ': / il for it time because ''' j
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to a '
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HOUSEPARTT IN Steflik, Elaine Deen. Marjorie Wickline were in Orlando several
LAKELAND j Lee Blakely Sue 'Deen* Susan.I days this week attendingthe

Those going Ito Lakeland last : McMillan Tela Thompson Katherine I, State Association. 'of County
Hinson Mrs./L. S. Sheffieldand Commissioners. .
L C | weekend for the'G.A. house- .
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Members discussed at lengtha tional honoary music sorority. ::

building project. They also / ,
made plans for a ,social meet- TRACT LYNN SHELTON '
ling of the Club on October 22 Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Shelton, Jr. ,-z
at the home of Charles and Ann announce the arrival of a six F1tEE -
Creal. This will be a covered pound two ounce daughter born
I dish dinner. at Flagler Clinic and Hospital; !J JI e
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also voted to on October 18. She has been j
Members enter I
floats in the Armistice Day pa- named Traci Lynn. ei! J CAN
rade and also in the Christmas i
,Mr. and Mrs. Joe Maszk have _
parade. .. returned home after a vacation]I
., Mrs. Kawala served cake and \ WITH EVERY CAN PURCHASED
of six weeks spent touring the I 1M1fM
coffee to 14 members''who were M
present. West. They ,also visited with I ( II Quart or Gallon Any Paint No Limit
friends and relatives in Oregon "

,Texas and North ,Dakota.
CHARLTON DANIEL WALL 'JR.'j ... Interior Latex $5.98 gal.
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Bunnell arc the parents ofa the Flagler Hospital in St. ---

son, born ''October 16 in the :Augustine. last week for medical ,18 Great Paints to choose from.
.. Halifax Hospital in Daytona attention. '
: Beach. He weighed eight poundsand :
two ounces and has been I Mrs. Flossie Richardson has R. V. YEOMANS
given the name of Charlton I returned: to her home here after '
517 Ridgewood Ave., on U. S. 1 CL 3.5351 Holly Hill
Daniel Wall, Jr. : a visit of three weeks in Fort
Lauderdale with relatives and
, MAPLES. HAVE A DAUGHTER I friends. I 4 r

Mr. aid Mrs. Benjamin B. .
Maples of Bunnell announce ar R. S. Sturman was a visitorin

rival of a ,daughter born October Jacksonville Monday. CONVENIENCE BY DAY
I 16, at the Halifax Hospital in
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Daytona Beach. She (
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six pounds, and 11 ounces and wish to thank .our many .. ': "" <<' .;.:.":.x.::<.,.....:......:"..IIi_'W"'t-'i'M":*!! ...;"-'."
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PAGE EIGHT /. s THE FLAGLEIt TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, 'FLORIDA Thursday, Oct. 22, 1959

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1959. The French started drill be the first highways beneath I The Simplon tunnel was open- Give the kids the breaks.: Slow

r:t..;..,\ ,. _Mont Blanc'TunIi .,ll. ing, several months later, using!!the Alps, there- are several rail' ed in 1906, after delays'occaSion.ed down. Let'THEM 'live.

J-"' a three-story, 75-ton drilling i way passages including the famous by crumbling rock and World
Completed
R When Will machine called Jumbo. I Simplon, between Brigue, War I, and a second Simplon FREE PAINT

.' The tunnel fulfills the 172yearold Switzerland, 'and Iselle, Italy, passage was 'completed in 1921. One extra gallon of your choice
\ 'Be World's LongestWork prediction of Horace which is 12.3 miles long and with each gallon you buy

; is under way on the Benedict de Saussure, a Swiss 7,005 ,feet below the surface at Good intentions "don't save Mary Carter Paint Store

,tunnel naturalist who was the first man its greatest'depth..
world's ,longest highway ,
Ormond Ban
lives. Good driving habits do! Beach at Coquina
which will burrow under Mont to scale the 15,771-foot mountain Work 'on, the Simplon tunnel Also Wettcate Shopping Outer

. Blanc to connect France and highest in the Alps. He began in 1898 and difficulties) ---

, Italy. said in 1787, "The day will come arose shortly afterward., Temp- YOUR CLOSEST OUTLETFor

when a carriage road will be eratures on the French side Quality Furniture FOR

", Scheduled for completion in dug under Mont Blanc." reached 127 degrees .and ice "We're Out of the I'
will be 7.3 miles SHELL FILL & SAND
tunnel
District"
1962, the 1906 however Hight Rent
until ,
It wasn't water was sprayed on, the rock
, long and about 5,200 feet above i that the tunnel idea was revived.A to make working conditions tol- CHRIS'S FURNITURE DIRT CONTRACTSCALL
I sea level at its center. It will
French engineer, Arnold Mo- erable. Miles away the Italians leGo Rldffewood Ave. Holly Hill
a direct, all-season route ..
provide ,
for
4 nod proposed a passage struck a cold spring that flowedat
between Pane and Rome, reducing -
,
.: : trains and organized a companyfor 10,564 gallons a minute and THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized
distance be-
1 the driving
the project. As automobiles reduced the temperature to 55 EMIL MISSINNE
I the two capitals by more than JSvlnrude Dealer ,
became popular, Monod changedhis I degrees. Later, they breached a \
90 miles. .' I BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS Phone HE 9-2094
proposal to a road"tunnel, hot spring ,which discharged
.. I I I
. Dockage Storage Free Ramp
! Several good transalpine high- but did not win approval until 1,600 gallons a minute with a'' WE FINANCE FLAGLER BEACH I
I I!
: ways exist, but snow often 1935. The Italian-Ethiopian War 1 temperature of 113 degrees. 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona "l

blocks them seven months a and World Warr ,II caused postponement I I -' -

the National Geographic and Monod died be-
,
year Society says. Then'motor vehicles fore its post-war revival.

must take' a roundabout Another tunnel is being drilled -II r AREA BUSINESS .DIRECTORYAUTO I I
riot
, route along the Mediterranean under St. Bernard pass, ,
far Mont Blanc. This 3.5
coast or.be. shipped through, from I I
railroad tunnels: mile bore linking Italy and r
BODY BAR FUEL OILKING'S
MILLAND HOTEL
Switzerland should: be ctimpltet-

Driving Time Reduced ed about the same time as the Come And Visit TRUCK STOP
PAINT L& SHOP
Presently, an hour-and-a-half the longer tunnel. It lies 'at a I BODY AL AND ELLIEAT PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS "

of arduous driving is required to greater altitude, and roof-in I Complete Collision Service THEIR NEW BAR Delivery in the County on

cross the average Alpine pass in roadways must be built': o reachit 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE "You'll Meet,Your Friends Here" Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fuel

a good car. It will take about when snow blocks the ap- Painting Body, Matching& Fender Free Work EstimatesU. FLAGLER- BEACH I Gasoline

12 minutes to cross the Alps caches. 1 So. OF BUNNELL
pi ID 7-3372-Nite ID 7.3267 U.S. 1 N. Bunnell ID 7.3676
through the Mont ,Blanc tunnel. Days The Coolest Spot for the Coolest' I

The tunnel will run from near i Many Railway Tunnels Draft BeerSANDPIPER FURNITURE
AUTO SERVICE I
Though the new tunnels will BARGIFTSLUNCHES
French
Chamonix, a popular re-

sort, to Entreves, Italy, not far, .....: McDANIEL'S I REED'SDiscount
On the Ocean Side of AlA 3 Miles
from Aosta. O.! Service Station North of Flagler Pier FurnitureUP

Designed to handle about "Keep Cool-at George & Millie's".1
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS TO SO% DISCOUNT
600,000 vehicles a pear, the tun- -.t'NN'1 I PHONE HE 9.2156
On Furniture and Appliances
Tires-Batteries-Minor I
'Real Estate ] Repairs
nel will have a 23-foot roadwayfor I t New and Used

two lanes of traffic. Work on Bunnell Bunnell ID 7-7119 I BUILDING SUPPLIES 1100 Flomtch Ave.-Holly Hill

the' Italian side began early in ..................*.....a..1'JJ'....v....;
--- _. -.. -_ Biddle Gulf Service'GASOILLUBRICATION WICKLINE FLOOR COVERING

Building Supplies i

Saf1Ji/fP FLORIDA( I 1 1r COUNTIES GULF TIRES ,& BATTERIESOpen CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS Tilecraft Company
"LET US FLOOR YOU"Armstrong
.7 A.M.-10 .P.M.-7 Days STEEL
& Kentile
\ State&Lambert US I-ID 7.7190 Flagler Beach HE 9-2254
.. Sold ,dnd InstalledAll

LEESCOUNTY Work :Guaranteed
I :_ \ Colonial l Service Station CLEANERS Ormolu Beach OR 7-3181

EARL E. RICE. Proprietor
I GAS-LUBRICATION GARDEN SHOP
BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY
fj ti County Seat, MOTOR TUNE-UP Gray's Garden Center
CLEANING
.a GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES
r Headquarters for Gardening Need
f ;Q.I Fort Myers u.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL SERVICEOpen Ceraml 1 8, Gifts Materials Dry Arrangement

Hall's Atlantic StationJack Dally S to 0 Annuals Shrubbery -,Fertilizers

Hall, Proprietor Phone ID '7-3188 TORO LAWN MOWERS

I 115 N, Bay St. Bunnell 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-0511
GAS OILS-LUBRICATION ORMOND
..
, :
i' 'TresBatteriesAccessoriesROAD t CONCRETE PRODUCTS
HARDWARE
,. ".."7''P, : ,SERVICE '
BUNNELL Tel. ID 7-3652 Bunnell Farmers-Supply Co.
ConcreteDial
Your
,, "Q".For JOHN DEERE
JIJg EDISONHOME'S
J. L. Presswood Garage CL 3- 1,13 Agricultural'STEEL&Industrial Equipment.

STANDARD PRODUCTS
BEACH Bars & Shapes Hot &'Cold Rolled
DAYTONA
Lee County, on the.lower gulf coast, was founded I General Tires,Repairing-Road Tube A- Accessories Service Black&Galvanized Pipe & Fittings I'

in 1884. Its 43 miles of tropical,beaches make it Visit Our Grocery Department Q illian's Concrete, Inc. LAWN' MOWER REPAIRS
American "playground" Frozen Foods and Staples ** 73143
; a geographical paradise an I Fore 'DEEN RD. Phone I
Cubed lee
i' teeming with a multimilliondollar tourist _
' ,- trade. The winter homes and workshops of such HE i: 9-2139 FLAGLER BEACH DRUGSTORES Village Hardware Center

notables as Thomas A Edison still stand in Fort Sullivan's Gulf Service HOUSE PAINTS

Myers. An annual "Pageant of Light" is held to GULF Anderson, Drug Store Match and mix any color
incandescent
.' commemorate Edison's invention of the
\ lamp. :Tourists, agriculture, commercial fishing and GASOILSLUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSORIES .- Prescriptions Builder's Supplies Kitchenware

. .. a far-reaching gladioli industry represent main Beach Information Sick Room Supplies GIFTS GREETING CARDS
. sources of income.In "Specializing in Service .and Sundries AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420
progressive Lee County and throughout Flor- Clean' Rest Rooms"In

. ida the United States Brewers Foundation works := The Heart of Flagler Beach BUNNELL- PAINT STOREJERRY'S

::. -- constantly to assure the sale of beer and,ale under r

pleasant, orderly conditions. Believing that strict AUTO REPAIRS Moody's, PharmacyFlagler PAINT MART
the best,interest'of the people -
enforcement
law serves
County's Corner Drug Store HANNA & VEL-VON PAINT
Station
of Florida, the Foundation stresses close cooperation I Shield Service
One
Coat Plastic Finish
r 6 with the Armed Forces, law enforcement andgoverning Chester McKenzie. Mechanic PRESCRIPTIONS
Stops Masonry Dampness
: officials in its continuing "self-regulation" COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS DRUGS-SUNDRIES
program. .' Overhaul and I j f FOUNTAIN SERVICE Point Sundries
( Right NoWjWe'll 29 W. ,
Granada-Ormond Beach
Repair Your Power Mower j t BunnelL Fla. Phone ID 7.3661 I I .
..l No Job Too Big Or, Too Small i Ph. OR 7-0761 _
" BEER FLORIDA'S .,:\\USIA; United 'S tat ft Brewer 111 No. Bay St. Bunnell I ORMOND PRESCRIPTION I R. MOODY .

LIGHT, BRIGHT J v? Foundation
; i PHARMACYSick
: n.rWa Pi EDGAR'S GARAGE PAINTING BYContractHourBig .
::_ BEVERAGE V *"*Nm M""5tnHfOU I Room Supplies-Sundries
i:: +: **cT; 0.TleriM 24-Hour Towing Service or Small;
OF MODERATION 24-Hour Prescription Service
,' COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS ?I IV BeachRt. ID 7.3240 Bunnell, Florida
in
Free' Flagler

:9;... "'* '............_-.-.....-.....-............/vwuuvwwvvvuvwvvvvvwvvwuFOR I i ,Automatic Wheel Balancing-Front Transmission Service''I'I Delivery. AlA 1 ml. North of
r Alignment ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR -7-1661 RADIO-TELEVISION
HOURS-DAY' NIGHTs i iJ 'T
ALL 240 Granada ormo.d--OR 7-0893'

l. "Thompson Pharmacy DON'S RADIO & TV
; AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION Is Wealth
Your Health
s .
AMBULANCE'k i Zenith Sales and Service"We ,
4-1625 r HOLLY 'HILLHYDROMATIC Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS, Sell the Best'
k
t SERVICEPti0NEVAiley .
SERVICE J and Service the Rest"
In Our Hands
Repairing-Rebuilding AUTO RADIOS A SPECIALTYU.
141 W.. Granada-Ormond 7-1421
.
c ,Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia ,Ambulance. We r I OV ALL MAKES OF .S. Hwy. 1. Ormond,, OR 7.1473REAL
TRANSMISSIONS
an always at your service with promptness, safety and r AUTOMATIC 12S9 Rldffewopd Holly Hill I
r FLORISTS
X OR 7-1381 ESTATE
sxperimlc. i rI ,
!t I BAR AND PACKAGE STORE Blacks Flower Shop Margaret
and Inhalator Givens
Equipped)With Oxygen Resutitalor
k FLAGLER BEACH Phone IDlewoca, 73348P. '
Titg., Real Estate Broker .
:,' : _Garcia Funeral Home I HOTEL BAR .O. Box 3 Biinnell, Fla. Notary PublicSpecializing
;
Flowers For All Occasions In
1 PJ E. GARCIA Liceilsed Funeral Director "The Meeting'Place I OCEAN !RIVER PROPERTIES
:< ; 'I I -of Flagler County";:I We accept orders for Delivery Phone
HEmlock 9-2035
".{.. '. LABT; ASfflrTAHT. ,, ..' I .Anywhere in the u.s.A. Ken Mar Motel-Flagler Beach
: Yvonne"
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Thursday, Oct.t 22, 1959. THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE,-,BUNNELL, FLORIDA. PAGE, NINE

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Peakfuka I State University from 1906 to professor of biology at the ).1 <$s "For FLAGLER IN THE CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT FLORIDA OF .

i 1921 and professor of biology at versity of Pittsburgh. I IN CHANCERY NO. 3833DON

Will* Be GivenExplorer's 'I George Washington from 1921 to OFFICIAI.- .' T- School abol- I PENDLETON.Plaintiff,

1947. Since 1947 he has been SPECIAL ELECTION "X" vs.
PLAGLEH COUNTY left of I LORENA PENDLETON..

NOTICEIN I ." I Defendant.
Name LEGAL NOTICE TO DEFEND
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
I I I FLORIDA.. SEVENTH JUDICIAL Initial
I
Mrs. Lorena Pendleton
(Continued from Page 2) COUNTY.CIRCUIT IN IN CHANCERY.JAKE AND FOR PUTNAM Issuing I I; I : I I You are hereby notified that a
suit has been filed against you in
( 1
P. WARD a single man. '' V'reclnetNOVEMBER X...+_ I the above entitled cause: and you

name was presented to the Plaintiff.vs. II : are hereby required to file your an-
: 3, 1059 I swer' with the Clerk of this Court.
Names
Board Geographic
,on by
JOHN LONG tt a... and to serve a copy thereof upon '
I I
Admiral H. Arnold Karo, director Defendants.THE (STUB NO. 1) 1 [ I the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney
\ I whose name and address is:
STATE OF FLORIDA. TO
: I
of the United States Coast John Long residence unknown: I W. Cecil Grant

and Geodetic Survey. It was Robert Thompson Heselton and Signature of Elector '. 407% Main Street
Clara Evelin Heselton. husband and - ,- - ,- COURT Daytona Beach. Florida
supported by Alaska Governor wife who's last known ,addresswas '. rot later than November 19th A. D. .
City of Bradford York County 0..1.1 u. BALLOT 1959.
William Egan and, Senators Ernest Great Britain: R. Reinhardt and I SPECIAL ELECTION If you fall to do so, decree pro
Gruening and E. L. Bartlett; Laura P. Reinhardt. husband and FLAGLKR COUNTY: SR confesso will be entered againstyou
wife, who's last known residencewas for the relief demanded in the
George Crossette the National Llncolnton. Lincoln County Xo. & bill of complaint. The nature of
North Carolina: Anita A. Bailey Initials I said suit being for divorce.
Geographic Society's chief of who's last known residence was Issuing O I OF WITNESS my hand and seal of
geographic research and Conrad Walterboro. Colleton County South i ; said Court this 13th day of OctoberA.

Carolina: Roberta Barbour who's Ao_____ that I D. 1959.Official .
Wirth director of the National last known residence was Lincolnton. -' : Precinct \I as ex- ( Seal)
'I Lincoln County, North Carolina: It. W. RALPH E. HARBERT
.. Park Service.Dr. NOVEMBKR 3. ID. D
-
I Lena Reihnhardt Brown, who's last : I have Clerk of said Circuit Court
I known residence was Lincolnton.I STUB NO. 2) :, Oct.' 15-22-29 & Nov. 5-4tcIN
Grosvenor Congratulates Lincoln County North Carolina and ( of No-
I I I to all persons claiming any estate to the TilE CIRCUIT COURT OKFLAGLER
.. Dr. Griggs 1', right. title or Interest in. OF lien - County COUNTY, FLORIDA
upon the real property herein described Florida IN CHANCERY NO. 386OARA
'I or any part thereof OFt'UI.U.IlALLO'l': I I returns ANN
Following the Board's approval Greeting's BURRIS.Plaintiff
Defendants. :

Dr. Grosvenor sent a telegramof I You are hereby Notified that a SI'ECIAL COl"KLKCTIONFLAULRlt ATY. I<'LORI I I R. W., vs. ,
proceeding to Quiet Title has been I
congratulations to Dr. Griggs brought in the Circuit Court 'for JOHN W.
: : BUURIS.Defendant.
._
{I Putnam County. Florida againstall !reclnct Ao October, .
now living in Carnegie persons claiming any estate :NOTICE TO DI<:FEND
vania. In a letter he pennsYI-1 I right title or Interest In, or lien JSOVKMIIKH: 3. lOOP Barrs) i THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
,
I R. W.
upon except as excluded in the Bill John W. Burris
veteran explorer that of Complaint the following described -. PROPOSED COX" : 2203 Charbro
1| real property, situated In. AMENDMENT I j I St. Charles Missouri
the National Geographic Society Putnam and Flagler Counties, Flor- You are hereby notified that a
ida to-wit:, Mark a cross (X) mark I j I : LH suit has been filed against you in
staff delighted that this
4 are An Island situated in Crescent square at the RIGHT for | GIVEN: the above entitled cause; and you
most beautiful mountain in the Lake 'known asp Bears Island Amendment or against: the |I a cer- are hereby required to file your answer -
and situated in Fractional Sec- ment.. I I with the Clerk of this Court
scene of your great explorations tion 20 and %1, Township 12 by and to serve a copy thereof upon
South. Range 28 East of TAl- CONSTITUTIOVAL } I ,
will hereafter he known as lahassee Meridian. In Florida ARTICLE "II-It..a'R. .; in and whose the plaintiff name or and plaintiff's address attorney is: ,

Mount Griggs." containing 68.17 acres, accord- APPOitT10NMiNT In
W. Cecil
ing to the official Plat of the Grant
I I of Oc-
"When traveling in comfort t'urveof.. the said lands returned A proposed amendment to in 407% Main. Street
to General Land Office VII of the Florida Daytona Beach. Floridanot
around the Katmai area and by the Surveyor General. I lating to apportionment in the I I wherein therein later than November 19th A. D.
and you are hereby required to file ate and House of 1959.
viewing it on a two and a half with the Clerk of said Court your providing:, (a) that the State J Asso H. If you fail to do so. decree pro
written motions plea or answer in confesso will be entered againstyou
be apportioned into -
hour in 1954 Dr. Gros-
flight
Pellicer for the relief demanded in the
said proceedings on or before No- atorial districts that there .
/ o venor recalled, "I appreciatedthe vember 16. 1959 if any and servea only one Senator for each .*-e'Cir-De bill of complaint. The nature of
copy of same upon the Plaintiff'sattorney trict no district shall be said suit being' for divorce.
fearful handicaps you Edward 1... Bush. 914 of more than three counties Flor- WITNESS my hand and seal of
eX-I Lemon Street Palatka therein set- vacancies created by the M. on said Court this 13th day of OctoberA.
perienced and overcame in ting up the estate right title or tionment shall be filled in the D. 1959. D. 1959.Official .
I covering and describing to the interest in. or lien upon the above eral election in November Court ( Seal)
described property claimed by you.: County, RALPH I':. HARBERT
and providing terms: (b)
world this region of awe-InspIr- Herein fall not. or Judgment will House of Representatives I Public Clerk of said Circuit Court
t be entered against you by default. follows-five high Oct. 15-22-29 & Nov. 5-4tc
mountains lakes and apportioned as
ing
t WITNESS my hand' and the seal '
of said Court at Palatka. Putnam sentatives ,for the most and de-
'
i- valleys. each of NOTICE
County. Florida,' this 9th day of county four for
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
next more populous counties,
Dr. Griggs was born in Brooklyn October. A. D. 1959. representative foreach of the Board of County Commissionerswill
I (Official Seal) yin Sec
receive sealed bids
the 2nd
It" Connecticut, on August 22 A. W. NICHOLS. JR. As Clerk of next representatives more populous for each counties Range day of November A. D. 1959 on at the
the Above Styled Court. I
1881. He was graduated from fourteen next more populous section hour of 9:00 o'clock A. M. in the
.f By CAROLYN B. SAPP, D. C. Johns office' of the Clerk of the Circuit
Oct. 22-29 & ties and one repre :
Nov. 5-12---4tc
. Ohio State University in 1903 each of the remaining ; Court in the Flagler County Court
Clerk
L and received his doctorate from NOTICE' FOR BID that the first' Flagler House for the following:
Notice Is hereby, given that the legislative home shall be Two (2) new 1960 model two (2)
Harvard in 1911. He was assistant Flagler Mosquito Control District cordance with statute ton trucks- complete with chassis
r East Flagler Mosquito Control Dis- senatorial districts and and cab.Equipped.
11 professor of biology at Ohio trict of Flagler County. '. Flagler tion in the house adopted Serial with six (6) cylinder

: Beach. Florida will accept sealed 1959 session of the )e-g Electrii gasoline engine not to exceed 154
r bids at the office on Highway ALA next apportionment of the horsepower.
-I' 7 miles north of Flagler Beach, up shall be at the regular Cultiva Also alternate bid equipped with
RCA VICTOR until 6:00 o'clock P.M. November 11. 1971, the next eight (8) cylinder gasoline engine,
LIVING COLOR 1959 for furnishing one (1) good the House of Representatives'f.'u not to exceed 215 horsepower.
Mid
TV
used Truck one-half,ton Pickup. be at the regular session in Having short wheel base not to
"LOOK. FOR THE PICTURE Bids will be opened and read at based on the 1960 Federal exceed 133 inches. Four (4) speed
IN THE WINDOW" 7:00 P. M. on November 11. 1959 at and decenlally thereafter the transmission. Two (2) speed rear
Southern Radio & TeleYIsloD't the office on Highway AlA. The 1. lature sball reapportion Its axle. Heavy duty rear and front
successful bidder will be notified sentation: (d) that should springs. Hear view mirror. Front
t 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 1- 00l following the District's tabulationof legislature Jail to bumper. Directional signals. Equip-

ORMOND olds. representation in the Deere 2 ped with 8:25x20 tube type tires
The District reserves the rightto session as 10-ply front and rear. -
at regular
reject and all bids and any 2 row
All
any the Governor or the bidders must consider a tradein
I waive any Informalities in bidding. the allowance on one 1953 Ford
self shall can
BUNNELL East Flagler ,Mosquito. Control' extraordinary session dump truck and one 1953 Chevrolet -
District
A days after adjournment: after dump truck. That may be seen
LODGE No. 200 By: Lyman I. Gage, Secretary.Oct. interest at the County Barn.
od of sixty days from date Pellicer
22-29 & Nov. 5-3tc
The successful bidders will be
,F.aA.Fd. traordinary session Is have In required -
to transfer dump bodies
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE the governor or the real
Meets First and Thud Tuesday SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT may recess the Legislature from the above mentioned 1953
trucks to the trucks installed
IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUN- future date:: t>r may new
Dean M.. Peterson W. M, TY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY Legislature sine die; (e) that 2 and and ready, for service.
ly created counties shall Section
JOHN A. CLEGG. Secy. EMILY F. representative in the house 29 Sixty' (60) 55 gallon drums of '

MARTIN.Plaintiff., part of such adjoining 8. W% copper "eat wood preservative or

IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE vs. I district as the Legislature j 11. creosote.
SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. HOWARD E. MARTIN. termlne until succeeding 12 The Board reserves the right to
IN AND FOR FLAULKD COUNTY Defendant. tionment. reject any and all bids.
FLORIDA. No. 774 TO: Howard E. Martin Defendant 3. Block DATED at Bunnell. Florida this
IN RE: FORFEITURE OF THE I whose address is unknown. 1 13th day of October. A. D. 1959.
FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY NOTICE TO DEFEND 13 I C. 'H. COWART. Chairman.
: You are hereby noticed that a FOR THE .AMENDMENT I I 14. Sec- (Official Seal)
One 1951 4 door Biiick Sedan. SerIal suit has been flIed against you in Range ATTEST:
No. door the above entitled cause and that I RALPH E. HARBERT Clerk
One 1951 4 Dodge Sedan. Mo- you are required to ,file your an- Tracts Board of County Commlssloenra
tor No. D3450811. swer with the Clerk of the above AGAINST THE'AMENDMENTOFFICIAL I I Block 9, Flakier County, Florida.
One 1948 4 door Chevrolet Sedan Court at his office in Bunnell Flor- All of Oct. 15-22-2tc

Motor No. Faa 439124. ida on or before the 9th day of and 15.
One 1951 4 door' Mercury. Serial 1 November 1959 and to serve a copy BALLOT South NOTICE OF POLLING PLACES
No. ME 95849M thereof on Joseph Hlrschman. FLAGLER C'Ot NTY, ,AND POLL HOLDERS
One 1950 2 door Ford Sedan. ID plaintiffs attorney at his office SPECIAL ELECTION '13 Notice is hereby given that the .
No. HDMR 172458. Board of Public Instruction tor the
407% -Main Street. Daytona Beach.
One 1953 4 door Mercury Sedan.I Florida. The Flagler Tribune is NO_ 14 County of Flagler. State of Florida
Serial
No. S3M-E11595M. hereby designated as the news- Initial Tract hereby designates the following poll
NOTICE OF SALENotice :
paper in which this order shall be Issuing 13 holders for an election to be heldon
is ,hereby given that. In
published once a week for four Tuesday the 3rd day of Novem-
accordance Section with the provisions of consecutive weeks. HEREIN FAIL Precinct No..---rNOVEMBE1t -. North I tber. A. D. 1959. according to pro-
r6 .405. Florida Statutes
visions of Section 230.38, Laws of
1957. the above described NOT OR A DECREE PRO CON 12
property 3. 1S5D Florida. Acts of 1957 In Special Tax
will be offered for sale for cash FESSO WILL, BE ENTERED A- Flagler
to the highest bidder on the 6th GAINST YOU FOR SUCH FAIL- School District No. 1.
day of November. 1959. at eleven URE. The nature of this suit is' (STUB NO. 1) Precinct No. 1 (Court louse
Bunnell
o'clock A. 1>1. a suit for divorce. )
The amount of highest bid must Witness my hand and the seal Flossie Richardson. Dallas Gordon -
be paid immediately after sale and of this Court at Bunnell Florida Signature of Elector- Pearl Woods. Inspectors. and
delivery of articles accepted Immediately this 5th day of October. 1959. - Geneva Rodgers Clerk.
thereafter. ,(Seal) RALPH E. HARBERT Precinct No. 2 .(Flakier Beach,.
Pr\II ?ctlve bidders may inspect Clerk of Circuit Court OFFICIAL BALLOT -R*._Atl.a Center) ,
the vehicles at the Flagler County Flagler County. Florida SPECIAL ELECTION Juanlta Strauser Catherine Wil
Jail on East Moody Boulevard Oct. 8-15-Z-U-Ue FLAGLER COUNTY son. Sarah E. Martel. Inspectors,

eiptusforsamount, Ltola R. Jones Clerk.Precinct .
'of highest NO. digger. No. 3 (Community Hall
bid will be given immediately after Initials Haw Creek)

sale. Bill of sale will be ex- mil' Iagl'r' (EribunrBumreix. Issuing Isabelle Barrow. Mae Kelfer.
euted. and delivered to purchaser I Nazhla Trad. Inspector Taudy
w lILtwe, (%) days after sale. Precinct Nojl1OVEMBER .. Bowden Clerk. '

A. Bth day of October FLORIDA Preelnet No. 3-A (Korona. Church
D. 1959. 3, ,11160 Hall)
RALPH E. HARBERT I Mary Frankowiak. Thelma Ro-
.
o- Nov c Court (STUB NO. 2) man. Sophie
Smigielskl, Inspectors
Oct.
29 & 5-3tc I MRS. M. B. FULLER. Editor Eleanor Neisen. Clerk.

I - - I Precinct No. 4 (St. Jobs Park
Notl eisRherebjCy given Community Hall)
'
y OaUlal { Wleau..
that the : De.ls-at.. OFFICIAL BALLOT .
Game and Fresh Water Lout emHa cher Pellicer.
Fish Commission Inspect
of the State of Florida for PnMIe ICotftrea .( made* SPECIAL ELECTION .'' ors. Dorothy
acting under authority FLAGLER COUNTY, 'I Salyerds. Clerk.
upon it by the Constitution conferred of the j I Ooaaty, MnnJeloolltte thereto. : Precinct N. 4-A. (Masonic Tern-
State of Florida Precinct N.NOVEMBER.-._? pie. Bnnnell)
and I by Section I and u.. State .*, FI.rldaI
7.02 of the Rules and Regulations ., I I Grace Wray. Jennie Green. :Alma
k, of. the Commission does hereby'deClare 3. IDa .- Sheffield Inspectors. Wanda Mercer -
the following personal Clerk.
In Flagler County to described be closed area aa I Catered as ...-** dap .tteI SPECIAL ELECTION. Parcel Precinct Wo. 5 (Community Hall,

an addition to the Tomoka WlldUfe' -' rebraary ..u *,at tbs. puttee COUNTY FLORIDA. TO- to the Espanola)
Management Area: INE WHETHER OR HOT Pellicer Jewell Edwards. Shirley Gresham.
.. That area being south and east at.BamaeR, rtaria*. antes. act FICE OF COUNTY SPECIAL' to the Ann Hunter. Inspectors Wllda
r. of the DeLand-DuPont Road In SCHOOL DISTRICT Pellicer. Cobb. Clerk.EstFrednet .
Township IS and 14 fare* ft, 18M. SHALL ABOLISHED. "
i South. BE being No. : ,
30 East and polled' as a WUc11lle -1 plus in- .....AA1Ahkh neal
Management
Area. TO
INSTRUCTIONS llarlaetaa) .
A. D, ALDRICH. One IMtotx I
't' Director year Mrs. R.' E. Legreve. Elisabeth

October'22--.1tc Game Fish Commission.. and Fresh Water I. tmmta. _. County if you Special are in Tax favor School of aboU Court. tors Lendrum.. C. D.Margaret Mitchell Collins Clerk.Inspec.

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: PAGE TEN. I. THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE., BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Oct. 22. 1959

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;':. assisted by Jimmy Crews from other entries. _
Values Legion Plans I
t f, ": ...:',_. ,crop in the V.F.W., in making the plans. Present plans call for the parade

;. I All organizations, clubs, and to form at 1:30 and begin
-: (Continued from Page 7) I State Last Year For Annual i business houses are being invited I the parade at two o'clock.

to enter a float in the pa- ;i Plans were also made at the

Bunnell. High Show Big.ChangeFlorida I Parade, i rade. .meeting Monday evening to
\ The parade will form on Palm sponsor the Oratorical Contest
" Class of 1949Plans Plans were made for ,the Annual Avenue and follow the line of and a committee was appointedto
I .farmers earned, gross
Parade
Veterans Day on march Courthouse wherea
; to the make the plans with the
income of $755,489,000 last ,
Reunion year
the of
November 11 at meeting
cent speaker will deliever an ad- school officials.
marking a 5 per gain over
" The Class of 1949 of Bunnell 1957, ,the Florida State Chamber the American Legion Monday dress. Following this prizes will The annual membership drive
t High School are making plans : evening. This year the V.F.W. I be awarded for the floats, and : was also begun at this meeting.
of Commerce reports.
has been invited to join in the

for a reunion here on October 30. and field parade with the Legion. t"C""u"-""_._.".=-_-'" _--=!_._ C".,.. _.-",'- __=,,-, _.._ --== -..,._ __-__..-.1
. This is the night of the Annual Fruits, vegetables '
-. raised in the'state for sale I 'Duane Deen was named as
Homecoming for the school. 'I. crops 1''f FZ.W ;
Parade Marshal and, he will be
.' Present plans call for the last year came to $494,384,000, '
.- members to meet at the High 'about the 'same as the 1957 fig ... .

-;>. School building at 6 oo'clocK I ure. Livestock, poultry and dairy gain of 15 'per cent: celery for I j jS: J

.. and to go from there to the Bun- products sold for $194,605,000, up $17,579,000.; up 18 per cent; po- .
s: : r:: nell restaurant where they will 14'per cent. In addition to these tatoes for $15,432,000, up 11 per i!F----- '

have dinner at 6:30. Mrs. Patsy commercial crops, $17,800,000 in cent; cabbage for $6,535,000, up I ti ;

, ., Durrance and Mrs: Betty 'Johnson crops and livestock was con- 10 per cent.Livestock .:,.,
are making plans for the sumed on the farms rather than sold for $85,199,000, I' =[ r= <,
affair. sold. up 30 per cent; dairy productsfor
Two other items classified as $75,269,000, a gain of 2 per '1. :-j
farm income last year were gov- cent and poultry products for I' = ===;

Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Holden I ernment payments of $7,900,000 $34,137,000, up 9 per cent. Iii:JE:

have returned to their home and. the rental value of farm .
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here after a visit of. three weeksin dwellings in the amount of,$40- .. I I -='-,':-'E y! r.
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Elizabethton. Tenn., with 800,000 i'ikl "
their son in law and daughter, Farm production expenses of I I

Mr. and Mrs. Julian Caudill- and $436,600,000 (up'2'per cent) were Bunnell TheatreFri.

,, family. paid out by the state's farmers,
, While there attended the
they
bringing the gross income to a eE%;
opening of the new: buildingand net total of $318,889,000 which & Sat. Oct. 23-24

location of the Caudill's was 10 per cent above 1957.
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Drug Store. -
Last weather brought
year's =-==--==
unusual shifts in'values of some Starring ;111s

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rice of of the state's leading vegetable ;

/ Rochester, N. Y., are visiting Mr. products. The big tomato crop Mamie Van Doren Paul Anka -- -'h'- _4F J

and Mrs. John Rice.. sold for $29,020,000, a drop of 39 and Ray Anthony 5? ffii ( 1, =- :
sold for
percent and beans $12-
CARD OF THANKSWe 901,000: down 31 per cent. Wa- w- .x. ..u ''g:,( -

would ,like to express our termelon sales' amounted to $7-

heartfelt thanks and appreciation 744,000, down 42 per cent; sweet I Sun. & Mon. Oct. 25-26 !;!;i;:, ,gr":8-;
for the blood donors ,flowers corn came to $11,403,000, a decrease Eo""" "";;;
HOLE IN THE HEAD t !I
prayers, cards, visits and of 17 per cent; the $11- .

the expressions of sympathy ex- 782,000 green pepper crop was,12 Starring ii l '
tended in so many' thoughtful per cent below 1957 and tobacco -:=
Frank Sinatra, Eleanor Parker
3 ways' during the illness and at sales of $18,371,000 were down 7 t i5j I V :L :,

the death of our daughter, Bon- per, cent. and Eddie Hodges la X t

nie. Crops'which fared better were I ,,:
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Mr. and'Mrs. Robert' Danner. citrus selling for .,,
$266,543,000, a \ =E-",-,,':.;:-;
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