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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: October 29, 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 )
 Notes
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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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME '47, NO. 42 BUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCT. '29, 1959 2.50, A YEAR "

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Voters Have 3 Separate Ballots Flagler Beach i Controversy Over Developing


I To Fill Out at Election TuesdayFlagler P.-T. A. Carnival'Set I Flagler Beach Marshlands Was


I For Saturday, -

Tuesday will county be tendered,voters three next Bunnell High The Flagler Beach PTA Hallo! Aired at Meeting Monday Eve. ,

ween Carnival will get under- I
ballots to fill out.
separate paper
One for school trustees and mill- Honor Roll way at 4 o'clock Saturday, after More than 200 persons attended recognized the great potentially "-.

age, one for abolishing or keeping noon. at the school on Daytona the citizens meeting Monday of the East Coast of Florida, es.

office of trustees, and the 4th Grade-Sue Broadaway, Ave. The public is Invited to night held at the recreation center pecially this area. In purchasing

third for adoption or rejection of Ben Cannon, Rusty Improto, attend. in Flagler Beach. the contract to develop the

a constitutional amendment on Linda Knight, Karen Moody,I. Main attractions include fish John Whitmore, moderator of marshland their desire was "to

apportionment of representation Tony Parker and Clifford Weath- pond, cake walk,Halloween' tree, the meeting, said the public develop the tract, not buy liti

in the Florida senate and house. erington. ; hot dogs, spaghetti dinner, meeting had been called to give gation. The company is ready,

5th Grade Anne Bourne, sweet shop, cotton candy, various officials of Flagler Harbors, Inc., willing, and have the money to

The first two questionsvotingfor Christine Casey, Walter Cowart, hand made articles and an opportunity to introduce develop the property. We have
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school trustees and amountof Viki Hein, Vickie King, and Barbara many others. I themselves to the people of not been able to get a deed to

special district millage and Pache. Prizes for costumes will be Flagler Beach and to tell them the property according ot termsof

keeping or doing away with the Grade 6A-Margie Lee Blakely, awarded to the*most original,I their side of the controversy. the contract."

office of school trustees-are Sherry Hargett, Brenda Tucker, funniest and spookiest costumes, Also to discuss the- contract for

purely local questions.The Catherine Hinson, Stanford Rob it i was saidBunnell I developing the marshland.He In addition to the plans for
this development, the
t companyhas
ertson. U.S. Discount
also said the ;
other ballot"on the con.
other' in the
Grade 6B-Betty Lynn"Bourne, Corporation of Jacksonville last property county
titutional amendment affects the :Linda Weaver, and Butch Mc- Harbors which they plan to develop. In
summer purchased Flagler -
entire state indirectly and some High the development of these 'properties .
Daniel. Inc., a development company
counties directly. Its effect on
they will bring into the
I Grade 7A-Saundra Stupka, contract
which holds a
.
Flagler There county is so is-negligible.much involved'I Kandyce Lovell, Linda Kobylarski HomecomingFriday ; with the Town of Flagler Beach county well a good tourist businessas 4
as industry.
language in the amendmentand Wayne 'Hogeboom, HeidiEisenbach for developing 330 acres of
and Ida Allen. marshland.Mr. Copies of the contract were
the possible effects of its
I Grade 8A-David' Bourne, Nell Whitmore introduced Dan passed out to those present and
adoption or rejection, we suspectfew NightBunnell
voters will or can' vote intelligently Johnston, Sue King, Allida Tucker I Crisp,*president and chairman of Mr. Crisp read'and discussed the

on the question. and Nancy Wilson. the board of Flagler Harbors, contract with the citizens. Following -

Briefly, the amendment if 9th Grade-Quinton Emery, High School's Home, II Inc.,; Michael Murray, vice president this, Mr. Whitmore said

adopted would provide more representation Linda Harris, Janice Lovelace, coming will get underway this ; H. S. Huffman, secretary- they would spend some time for
evening (Thursday) with a bon
and Donna Miller. a question and answer period.
for the counties with treasurer; and R. R. Moye, a
fire led by the Bulldogs and a I R. L. McNab of Flagler
largest population. If it is rejected Grade lOB-Mary Susan Bran. member of the board of direc Mayor
nam, Elaine Deen, Peggy Hos- snake dance led by the cheer- Beach was recognized and he
the present apportionment
kins Connie Shields Susan leaders will be staged. tors.Mr. said "This contract is dead as
will still be in force. Crisp said their company
Wadsworth, and Rick Wigle. Friday afternoon the Home far as the Commission is con
And, too, if the amendment is .
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/ will be The
coming staged. candidates "
11th Grade-Dianne Adams, cerned. He gave detailed reasons
adopted, there can be no more
t realigning senatorial districts Nancy Brannam, and Betty for the Homecoming Some, SeedlingsStill for his opposition to the ,
Massay. Queen will appear in formalsin contract. He said the water and
until 1971, but the house can be
the but will
12th parade wear would cost the
Grade-David Shields, Available sewerage system
reapPortioned after the federal
',. census of 1960. Michael Parker;Judy Lewis, and suits and hats for the half-time town taxpayers too.,much_money.
I ,.Jastczak.Committee. show. Winners for Homecoming % Terms of the contract call for
Ronald....
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KtngaandyQuee;'c will be any L Some slash pine seedlings are the developer to.install sixinchwater
"+ --"'for .
LaWyers
nragaiflh"a8aptfon .
s and ":- ... '''Y'' ."..... ,.., nounce that evening.' J still available at..Florida''ForestService 'Tnalnsr"flre,.hydrants,- and. '
legislators quibble concerning
}. Candidates for King are Arthur I nurseries for shipment to a sewage 'system in -the marsh
its effect in to
years Urges Carle, Buddy ,Taylor, Jim landowners:: Forest ManagementChief land development. To reim-

I' come whether adopted or not. Burnsed, and Robert Cook. For R.,'A.' Bonninghausen reported burse the developers for the cost
The Tribune believes it should
Queen the candidates are Annette today. of installing the systems they
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be One
adopted. reason being Citizens To
i Strickland, Betty Jo Revels, Loblolly, catalpa, and tupelo will be paid on a graduatedscale
there will be no long squabble Beverly Rodgers and JoAnn gum also are available."All beginning with 20 per cent
about senatorial districts until
f" reason. Morris. other species are sold of the water revenue collected in
1971. Another the larger Vote
TuesdayThe Following the football' game out," Bonninghausen said. the development, increasing in
counties will receive
greater representation between the Bunnell Bulldogsand "Landowners who plan to take proportion to the number of

" -although not in ex Flagler County Democratic Branford High, the Junior advantage, of the extra supplyof houses built until 180 have been

c'_ act proportion to population- Committee met at the court!j Class will sponsor. a dance at lash pine seedlings should completed. Then the developerwill
at least it is a in that di
step
rection. house Tuesday evening for a I the Community Center. get' in their orders immediately." be paid 50 per cent of the

,business meeting. The Bunnell High School Class I Bonninghausen said this year is revenue collected (in the development
Since
1945 nearly every session A round table discussion was i of 1949 will hold a reunion Friday a' favorable time to plant seed. ) until the cost of the
of the legislature has been
., held on the two important issues t afternoon and ,evening and lings due to the heavy rainfall. water and sewerage system in
stymied in considering legislation
coming before the voterson I will attend the Homecominggame Application forms for ordering the development is repaid. The
of a statewide nature because
the question of November 3rd election. Members together. seedlings can ,be obtained from balance of the revenue, will be
representa voted to 'make a drive the nearest Florida Forest Service retained by the town.
tion was a bone of contention. f
urging all qualified voters to MethodistChurch office, county agricultural Former Town Commissioner
Florida
Actually state
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government make a special effort to go to agent, SCS technician, or ASC George Wickline gave his rea-
is
controlled by rural
areas:
the polls on Tuesday. Plans NewsRev. office.. sons for voting for the contractat
And actually, the urban areas-
were made to secure a sound Seedlings are produced in the beginning, and also for
metropolitan,
centers-want
to
control. Take choice and truck to be used: on election dayto ., W. L. picer Jr., said today Florida Forest Service nurseries voting to over-ride the mayor'sveto.
your remind voters of their duty to the topic'for: his sermon at for sale at cost to landowners. .
hope for the best.Moody .
vote. Committee members will the 11 o'clock service Sunday I Prices have been set this year Others who asked questions

also make personal appeals to will be "Divine Discontent.> at $4.00 per thousand for slash concerning the contract and

voters and remind them to vote The Sunday, evening service at t pine seedlings. made comments on the merit of

Family on election day. 7 o'clock will be Family Night. Check' in payment must ac the contract were J. W. Green,

The Committee' agreed the re- The theme of the program will company all seedling applica R. R. Mosby, Mrs. Kay Swayze,

apportionment amendment to be be "The Vows of Church Mem tions. It should .be made pay Mr. McRay, Frank Brede, Emil

Reunion Set voted on Tuesday is an important bership." This is the second in able to Florida Board of Forestry: Messinne, F. G. Skolar, D. D.

issue and should be decidedby the series on what Methodists Landowners may pick up the Moody and others.

: For every voter in the state going believe an da panel will discuss I seedlings at the nursery, have Mayor McNab vetoed a contract

Sunday I to the polls on Tuesday and the vows 'taken when you be- them shipped express collect, or between the town and

,voting their convictions.In come a member of the Method. have them delivered to a nearby Flagler Harbors Inc., on June

i: i Sunday, November 1, has been the county, the question ist Church. There 'will be a I Florida Forest Service head 10, 1958, five days after the town

_. set for the Fifth Annual Reunionof abolishing the office ,of school nursery for small children. Refreshments quarters. commission had voted 3 to 2 for

the Moody Family. The Re- trustees will also be, decided by : will(; follow the pro. the contract On June 18, 1958,

union will be held at the Bun: the voters and. cornmittee memo gram. Everyone is invited.On Baptist To Show the commission overrode the

nell Community Center and all bers feel this question, too, Wednesday morning the veto by a 4 to 1 vote. After this

family connections are' invitedto should be decided, by all qualified WSCS will meet at 9 o'clock in Billy Graham Film the contract was recorded.In .

attend. ; voters of the,county expressIng the church. i August of this year the

Rev. W. L. Spl er- pastor of 'their convictions at the polls Wednesday evening at 7:45' November 18th town commission, with two new

'the First Methodist Church of Tuesday. the official board: will meet in! members on the commission,

Bunnell, has :extended an invitation Committee- members also made the church. On Wednesday evening, No. passed a resolution declaringthe

.to the'group to attend the plans to participate in the Dol vember 18 a Billy Graham original contract "null and

11 o'clock worship service. The lars'' for Democrats Drive;' in the TBZBESWOMEK DATING SIGNS evangelistic film "The ,Heart Is void" because of alleged changes

Methodist: was\the: first Churchto county. Committeemen and Tribeswomen ;:along the Zambezi A Rebel" will be shown in the made in the contract. .

be established in,Bunnell during women in each. ''precinct ,will River in the Federation of First Baptist Church of Bunnell.I Mr. Whitmore said in conclusion

the earlyy days of the:town's contact residents; in their precincts Rhodesia and '''Nyasaland knock The showing is to* begin at that it appeared the

; development- and was organized I for contributions to the out four front teeth, smear them-j 7:30 and :the public is invited. town could have negotiation,

--r through the efforts of membersof drive. selves with red clay, a.nd p I } arbitaration, or litigation to set-

the Moody:Family. Contributions will also be re sticks through their'- noses-cus Checking the weak, spots on tle the dispute. Flagler Harbors .

-r. Following the,'-Church services ceived at The:Tribune' office by toms dating from;:slaving days I your car to assure better winter Inc., representatives said

=r R;" ,. a basket picnic dinner. will be the' drive ,chairman- ,, Mrs.' .. M.. ;B. when the'least attractive women driving?. _Don't forget to look in they hoped, the matter could, be "
served'at,the Community Center. were safest.hgifi3r4'ai. I 1 the mirror..- '' settled without litigation.

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AGE TWO "v ". THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA .... Thursday, .Oct.' .29, 1959
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Center the big move gets under way i I many have turned to wage-earn- after crossing ,the North Pole. I ly on a lake near. ; the present
"'
Arctic ; near the end of 1959. 'At present ing. Construction in Inuvik' Returning from: one zigzag Inuvik site. if -

To Life many Eskimos' and Indians I'has given summer jobs to many trip across the polar area, Sir

Clings plan to stay on near their fishing Aklavik workers. Hubert and his crew met for so FREE PAINTOne

grounds. An April estimate 1! Summers at Aklavik are warm thick around Aklavik that they extra gallon of your choice

As Rival Grows put the population at 800 with and pleasent. Willow thickets were forced to gush on th higher, with each gallon you buy

Aklavik, Canada's, largest set another 600 expected during- the and forests *of spruce, balsam,: clearer country some 30 miles to Mary Carter_ Paint Store

tlement north of the ArtIc Circle usual summer influx. and poplar make the Mackenzie the east. They came down final. Ormond Beach at Coqnlna Darn

is reluctant to become a Aklavik is not an old town.It Valley seem less Artie than treeless Also Wectgate Shopping; Canter

ghost town. was founded about' 1912 on but no more northerly districts :1

About five years ago, the the south bank of the canal, elewhere. Cattle and reindeer YOUR" CLOSEST OUTLET :

and ,later moved to the north and For Quality Furniture FOR
Canadian Government ..d clded ; are raised; grain vege-
side. According to one tale, 'the tables well. During the -We're Out of the
to build a new administrativecenter grow Hight Rent District"CHRIS'S SHELL FILL & SAND
in the Mackenzie Delta town got its start by accident long winter months, however,

,region, 35 miles east of Aklavik. when a pioneer trader ran aground I temperatures may plunge 50:degrees FURNITURE DIRT CONTRACTSCALL

The transfer was nessary because at the present site and I below zero. Fogs are free 1880 Rldg wood Ave. Holly Hill

river erosion and the thawing damaged his boat. I quent. -

of the permafrost base I 'While camping make repairs I In the late summer and fall THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized

threatened the city's foundationsand he unloaded his supplies, of 1937, the famous Artie explorer Evlnrwde Dealer EMIL MISSINNEPhone

limited future expansion.The which included a barrel of I Sir Hubert Wilkins, used REPAIRS "
BOATS ACCESSORIES
HE 9-2094
I the time
whisky. By thewhiskywas
new Aklavik, now officially I Aklavik as a base from which Dockage Storage Free Ramp
named Inuvik, is gradually gone, the story concludes he, flew out on vain attemptsto WE FINANCE FLAGLER BEACH Ir I II
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a small, colony had. collected. .
taking ,form, says the National I I rescue a Russian party lostII i 1825 Ballough! Rd-Daytona
be the
I Aklavik grew to most
Geographic Society. Already it
important trade' churchmission
has a $5 million airport, new I

roads, and the nucleus'of hous- the ,west and, Canadian educational Arctic.center An of II I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I I

ing, developments to have 5,000 for inhabitants.a city expected occasional meeting place for ,the ;

Ncrthwest: Territories Council, it
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Some Will Remain I
became a. post of the Royal
The original Aklavik, however, Canadain Mounted Police and a I AUTO BODYPAOINTL& MILLAND HOTEL BAR FUEL OILKING'S
is not necessarily doomed after
-- I seaplane base. Stores restaurants t i SHOP Come And Visit TRUCK STOP

churches boardingschools BODY AL AND ELLIEAT PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS

RCA VICTOR government buildings, I Complete Collision Service24HOUR THEIR NEW BAR Delivery in the County on
and hospitals sprang up. WRECKER SERVICE i"You'll Meet Your Friends Here"
LIVING COLOR TV I Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fuel
North American defense stations I Body & Fender Work I
"LOOK. FOR TilE PICTUREIN i Painting, Matching, Free Estimates FLAGLER BEACH Gasoline
THE WINDOW especially those of the U.S. 1 So. OF BUNXELL
Southern Radio & Television I Days ID 7-3372-Nite ID 7.3267 u.S. 1 N. Bunnell ID 7.3676
swccninc radar chain that forms I The Coolest Spot for the Coolest I
226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001 I
Draft BeerSANDPIPER
the Distant Early Warning I '
OIIHOND FURNITURE
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[AUTO SERVICE I
-I- :1 (DEW) Line, now reach close to I I, BAR
I Aklavik. I McDANIEL'S GIFTS-LUNCHES \ 'I
A BUNNELL 1!I I On the Ocean Side of AlA 3 Miles i REED'SDiscount
The encroachment of civilization J i Service Station North of Flagler Pier
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G LODGE No. 200 I I is fast changing the lives I I II Ii "Keep Cool at George & Millie's" FurnitureUP
F. & A. M. i STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS : TO 50% DISCOUNT
r of the Mackenzie Delta Eskimos, I .PHONE HE 9.2156

'I Meets First and Thud Tuesday !I I who are considered the most I Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs I On Furniture and and Used AppliancesNew

Dean M. Peterson W. M. I highly developed of Canada's I Bunnell ID 7.7119 i BUILDING SUPPLIES 1100 Flomich Aye.-Holly Hill

JOHN A. CLEGG. Secy. nothern .aborigines. They have

I learned to trade their furs at I Biddle Gulf ServiteGASOILLUBRICATION WICKLINE FLOOR COVERING

W L" '.W Mr.'r 1y1 1Y W Aklavik for imported, dresses I Building Supplies

O. F. ALFORD canned goods nylon stockings_ Tilecraft Company"LET
GULF TIRES & BATTERIES
CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS
Registered -I. phonographs, and radios. I US FLOOR YOU"Armstrong
Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days STEEL
Muskrat
Reading Writing
Real Estate Broker: & Kentile
l Trapping State&Lambert US l-ID 7-7190 Flagler Beach HE 9-2254 Sold and InstalledAll

BunnelL .FloridaIN Though muskrat trapping is
Work Guaranteed
-.---.---..--_-.--._...---.-.-------__....--. part, of the curriculum in Akla- Colonial Service Station CLEANERS Ormond Beach ,'-- OR 7-3181 .

THE CIRCUIT COURT OF vik schools, :teachers have found EARL E. RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION
FL.AGL.KR COUNTY "FLORIDA IN I GARDEN SHOP
that is the children's
CHANCERY NO. 369 reading I MOTOR TUNE-UP BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY I
RUBEN R. WILLIAMSON. favorite subject. Most adults I Gray's Garden CenterHeadquarter
Plaintiff CLEANING
GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES
still hunt and trap but with for Gardening Need
ARLINE- ELIZABETH U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELLHall' SERVICEOpen
WILLIAMSON I price fluctuations'and the decrease Ceramics Gifts Materials, Dry Arrangement

NOTICE TO Defendant.DEFEND in fur-bearing animals, Atlantic Station Dally 8 to 6 Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers

THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Phone ID 7-3188 ,
Jack HaU, Proprietor TORO LAWN :MOWERS
ElizabethVllltamson
Arline Address Unknown -I I 115 ,N. Bay St. Bunnell 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-0511
You are hereby notified that a GASOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccessories ORMOND
suit has been filed against you in '
the above entitled cause; and you !'I CONCRETE PRODUCTS HARDWARE
are hereby required to file.your answer ... ROAD SERVICE
with the Clerk of this Court, 'BUNNELL Tel. ID 7-3652
Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.
and to serve a copy thereof upon 4api Your "Q" For ConcreteDial
the Plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, qI' y JOHN DEERE
whose name and address is: J. L. Presswood Garage
i j I Agricultural&Industrial Equipment
,Ray Selden I, "- aa wrY CL 3-8113
... Selden Building: o STANDARD PRODUCTS STEEL
800 Main Street } KNOG N6 General Repairing-Road Service DAYTONA BEACH Bars Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled
Daytona Beach Floridanot I {
Black Galvanized Pipe & Fittings
later than November 27, A. D.. Tires Tubes A AccessoriesVisit
1959. Our Grocery DepartmentFor Quillian's Concrete Inc. LAWN MOWER REPAIRS
If you fail to do 80, decree pro Frozen Foods and Staples DEEN RD. Phone r" 73143
confesso will be entered againstyou I I I I Cubed Ice ,
for the relief demanded in the HE 9-213JL FLAGLER BEACH
bill ,of complaint. The nature of DRUG STORES Village Hardware Center
said suit being for divorce. II
WITNESS my hand and seal of Sullivan's Gulf Service HOUSE PAINTS
said Court this 21st day of October I I II I
A.(Official D. 1959.Seal) GULF Anderson Drug Store Match'and mix any color

RALPH E. HARBERT GASOILSLUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSORIES -- 'Prescriptions Builder's Supplies Kitchenware
Clerk of said Circuit Court 'iOJU FIND
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Oct. 29 & Nov. 5-12-l9--4tc I) THE BEST "Specializing Beach Information in Service and Sick Room Supplies GIFTS GREETING CARDS
Sundries AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420
NOTICE FOR BIDS I I I Jj BARGAINS. Clean Rest Rooms"In
Notice Is hereby given that the
The Heart of Flagler Beach
Flagler Mosquito 'Control District rue BUNNELL PAINT STOREJERRY'S
East Flagler Mosquito Control District II NEWSPAPER

Beach.. of Florid Flagler, will County accept Flagler sealed I APS... AUTO REPAIRS -. Moody's PharmacyFlagler PAINT ,MART
bids at the otnce on Highway A1A.i ,J
7 miles north of Flagler Beach, up I Shield Service Station County's Corner Drug Store HANNA & VEL-VON PAINT
until 6:00 o'clock P.M. November 11,
1959 for furnishing one (1) good Arcadius Babel Mechanic PRESCRIPTIONS One Coat Plastic 'Finish
used Truck one-half ton Pickup. DRUGS-SUNDRIES Stops Masonry Dampness
Bids will be opened and read at COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS
F 7:00 P.M. on November 11, 1959 at Right Now We'll Overhaul and 1 FOUNTAIN SERVICE Point Sundries
the office on Highway A1A. The 29 W. Granada-Ormond BeachPh.
successful bidder will be notified Repair Your Power MowerNo i Bunnell Flo. Phone ID 7-3661 I
following the District's v tabulationof Job Too Dig Or Too Small OR 7-0761
bids. 111 No. Bay St. Bunnell !ORMOND PRESCRIPTION
The -District reserves the rightto R.: MOODY
reject any and all bids and i PHARMACY
waive any informalities in bidding. EDGAR'S GARAGE PAINTING BYContractHoarBig
East Flagler Mosquito Control in I Sick Room Supplies-Sundries
District I. The further some people.go 24-Hour Towing Service & or Small

Oct.By 22-29: Lyman& Nov.U 5-3tc Gag Secretary debt, the faster they run. COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS t Free 24.Bour.Prescription. Service ID 7.3240 Bunnell, Florida
Transmission Service Delivery in Flagler BeachRt.
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Wheel Balancing Front End AlX 1 ml. North of
Alignment ORMOND BEACH-TeL' OR 7-1661 RADIO TELEVISION
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHF
:40 Granada Ormoad-OR T-O888
,
Thompson PharmacyYour DON'S RADIO & TV
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION Health Is Wealth
AMBULANCE .
Zenith Sales and Service

PHONE VAlley 4:162SJ HOLtiY! HILLHYDROMATIC Put YourPBESCBIPTIONS "We Sell the Best

SERVICE SERVICE
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and Service the Rest"AUTO
AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
ST. In Our Hands
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Repairing -Rebuilding 141 W. Granada Ormond 7.1421 RADIOS A SPECIALTYU.S.
Never be hesitant about,calling.a Carda Ambulance. w. ON-,ALL TRAIfSMISSIOJTS MAKES OP Hwy.' \f Ormond, OR 7.1473
.AUTOMATIC
are ,olwu $-at-your service with proIIIptD safety and 1239 Rid e ood Holly Hill
Ia|7-1881 FLORISTS REAL ESTATE _

'axPeri. BAR AND PACKAGE STORE Givenr
'Blacks Flower Shop
Eqwpped With Oxygen ResusiUtor andinhalatore Margaret
,, FLAGLER: BEACH Phone IDlewood 7-334S
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, Garcia. ,Funeral HomeP. 'HOTEL :BAR ,P.OBox': 3 Bunnell, 'Fla.. -'Reg., 'Real,Notary Estate PublicSpecializing Broker(

J : All Occasions In
'- Flowers'For
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I Placeof "
E. GARCIA ;Licensed ,Piiiteta1'Director'LiDT "The OCEAN & RIVER PROPERTIES
We ::accept orders for ;Delivery,
Fagler| County'tJ1 J '
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FLAGLER FOOD. STORE Prices,Good. at Both Stores SHELTON'S SUPER MARKET
Oct. 29, 30, and 31
Flagler I Beach, Florida Thurs. __ Fri.Sat.. Bunnell, Florida
"Best Meats Anywhere"COFFEE Quantity Rights Reserved "Your Friendly .Store"
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MAXWELL HOUSE NO. 2 CAN HERSEY'S

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: Mrs. Agnes Lee entertained on Mr and Mrs. Vincent',Powers, I I. CARD THANKS
: Sunday Miss Mary Furrer and I former resident, arrived here!' Mrs. Olive Kolhaas wishes to t
t.: U'taater d5eack her sister, Mrs. Leona McGowen from San Barnardus, Calif., for thank her fii ds--tor'many expressions -
f
: from Daytona Beach. a visit. of sympathy extended
o at the death of her father. She-
LUNA BABBITT Clarence Shultz was admittedto I would also like to thank those
Mr. and.Mrs. W. R. Bass and
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the Clinic and Hos
Telephone HEmlock 9.2098 Flagler who visited and'sent cards dur-
I pital in Bunnell last week for I daughter, Faye, spent Sunday in ing her husband's illness. Mrs.
Florida Federation of ,FLAGLER BEACH PTA : medical attention. His son, ;Orlando visiting with relatives., Olive Kolhaas, 311 Center Street,
Woman's. Club District CARNIVAL SET FOR SATURDAYThe Charles, arrived by airline from Holly Hill, Florida.
I Indiana for a visit with him. :Mr.: and Mrs. C. W. Lindsley I
Annnual
Meeting Monday
Halloween Carnival
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from
Cleveland, Ohio, have
November 2, 1959. Flagler planned by the Flagler Beach Visitors last week with Mrs. taken the Roy cottage on.Cen.
Woman's Club hostess. Theme: Parent-Teacher Association for M. L. Chalfinch were her brother tral Ave. for the winter months.
this Saturday, October 31, shouldbe TV Bob
Un
"Building Bridges Toward : Fred Slaughter of Jacksonville,
their This annual
derstanding." largest. accompanied by his daughter Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Hord of
event is the largest of.
Morning session at the Bun. ,I project Mrs. Robert McClure, and her Crescent City are spending the SERVICEall
the school year and this year 1 I
r.elll Methodist Church. I two sons. Also Mrs. Leona winter in their' beach home
Call to order at 10 A. M., I the plans are as, follows: Ward, former resident here now \j:here. makes .\.,

Mrs. James B. Stockton, district Going from 4 to 8:30 P.M. living in EustIs. They spent one -
director. there will be a fish pond by the I day here with her. 'I H- i Sales, Tubes and ,

"America," organist Ray Mer first grade; game, room by the Antenna Installation
second grade; cake walk ,by the Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Klose have Electric, Contracting ,
cer.Invocation,. Rev. William Spi. third grade; Halloween tree by returned to their home in Chicago PHONE HE 9-2204 .
cer, Jr., pastor of, the Bunnell the fourth grade; hot dogs, cokes 111., after visiting here three JOHN RODGERSPh. I
Methodist Church. and sweet shop by the fifth grade weeks with her parents, Mr. and -340S-BunneU., Fla.
and the sixth will Mrs. William R. Lynk, in the I
Pledge of Allegiance to the I grade have 'a Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune
spaghetti dinner which will be Shultz apartments. While here
Flag, Miss Jean Meyer, chair. :
man of subscriptions of GFWC 'I served from 5 to 6:30 Extras they spent several days in Or.
Magazine. arc the lucky balloons, candy lando with relatives and friends.Mr. I I
CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
Collect, Mrs. John B. Woodruff, cotton engraved bracelets and
and Mrs. Joe Preston
president of Palmetto Woman's also hand made articles.
spent last. Sunday visiting in H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
Club.Welcome Costume judging will be at 7 Gainesville.Mr. .
JOHN HARDIN. Associate
Mrs. Reyonld Hoover -
o'clock with these prizes given: :
president of Flagler Woman's the funniest, spookiest and the AIR OXYGEN
and Mrs. Joel Smith from LADY
Club. most original.! Palatka spent the weekend in CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I, I EQUIPPED
Response, Mrs. Wallace Gable,
ATTENDANT
The next meeting of the PTA their beach home here. AMBULANCES
president of Debary Woman'sClub. ,
will be held Tuesday evening,
November 3, in the'school cafe- Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Strader Phone ID 7-3532
Introduction of state officers,
torium at 7:30. The fifth grade from Sarasota are spending this
\ Mrs. James O. Stockton. 201'E..
MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA
II room mothers will be hostesses. week at ,the Wischow place. .
Announcement of committees, : ___ _
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invitations, resolutions.
Report of nominating committee -
Mrs. W. H. Jacks in, chair-
man. Week-end Food Values ,: I

Election of officers, senior director _
junior director and secre
tary. .I Fresh D-D StewingHENS UJ5. No. 1
Presentation of senior club

presidents Presentation(reporter of )junior club 29! POTATOES :: 29

presidents (Mrs. Robert.Murphy, I ,
. junior district director) -
CWFF> Mrs. Addison Drum. Limit 3 Please .
mond; 'second, vice president, oF Our Value 303 SizeTOMATOES
FFWC. Fresh-Small: PigSPARERIBS.

', Joseph"Magniflicient S. Clark, state Journey junior Mrs.di can'1 10

: rector. 59!
: Presenting Mrs. C. L. Menser, I
president FFWC. Theme, "Fede I.

" ration Flagship." I A Barbeque Special Azalea
Recess for luncheon 12:30 at

Flagler Invocation Woman's by: Club Rev. building Reynold: Hermans *

" Hoover. Smoked or Red Hot .' Pure Lard jalrb. 39

'r Call to order, 1:30 P. M., Mrs. SAUSA GE .
I James D. Stockton.
3Ibs$1001WIENERS !
l. Music, the Ormond Beach. o=. r ;
f, Woman's Club chorus. Sun SpunPork
'11; 'Togetherness ''for Progress," '., j' .
r Mrs. M. Lewis Hall, first vice 00cans
, president FFWC. & Beans $1
Leon Tender
Introduction of state chairmen, .
Mrs. M. Lewis Hall. _
II': Question and, 'answer period. 1 I All Meat Stew 68'

: Reports of Committees.' it I_ Eelbeck Self RisingFLOUR
. Registration, Mrs. C. O. Magee, ,
S Flagler Woman's Club.,
, Invitations, Mrs. Travis Huguely Tender JuicyCubed 39'bag
,. president Melbourne Worn-
.... an's Club.
Resolutions, Miss Esther Em. Steak 89!

erson, president VIA, Orange I
City, < Super Value
; Presentation of hostess committee !
,Mrs. Reynold Hoover. Mixed Parts
Reading of minutes Mrs. John BREADS2 29
Miller, .district secretary.Parliamentarian for .
Mrs. R. E. FRYERS 5 lb., box $111Western

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Oct. 29, 1959 ; _
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R..A.'. OBSERVE '
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FOCUS WEEK .
., Beginning Sunday i
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Royal .Ambassador .,. <:.
{ at the First Baptist

L OCF LS i On Sunday morning Notice To.Taxpayers F
1 will sit together at the 1 .

I worship service, s

r i group, Allen Jones

r I MISS DOROTHY WAY ATTENDS COMMISSIONERS I Following the evening -

{ HONORED WITH A CONVENTION IN ORLANDOMr. I they will have a !

and social.At .
r SHOWER-
BRIDAL C. H. Cowart I
and Mrs.
meeting
the R.A.
shower was given for
A bridal ,
Orlando Tuesday and
were in afternoon there will be
I Bride-Elect Dorothy_ Way Mon- Wednesday of last week attend- :
at the home of Mrs. course on foreign
evening
,, day ing the State Association .of
Jessie (Grandma) Way on Deen Commissioners conven- Wednesday afternoon : Chapter 192.21, Florida Statutes, Provide : -
County bers will visit the sick
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for the occasion
Road. Hostesses
tion. They were accompanied service in :
were Mae Kindred, Carolyn there Wednesday by E. A. Hunter I tend ning. prayer : "All owners of Property shall be heldto
Smith and Debbe Herr. I
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of Espanola.Mrs.
Games were played and prizes I Saturday morning at know that taxes are due and ;payable
were won by Mrs. Roy Edmondsof the group will meet
Marshall of I
William
Palatka, Mrs. Myrtle Cockman, Onancock, Va., arrived here last I church for a hike and thereon annually, and are hereby .charged \
Mrs. H. H. Murray, and Mrs. Jim at Juniper Springs.There
week for a visit with Mr. and i] 24 the amountof
Hayes. Refreshments were serve : are boys with the duty of ascertaining
Mrs. Raphael Sturman. Mrs. v
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ed by the hostesses 18 guests. Marshall is the former Margaret i years which enrolled is known as 8)I I such tax and paying the same before
The floral centerpiece was
Sturman of Bunnell. I i Whirley, Jr., Chapter. j I
occasion Jen
made for the by- 1 the first day of April of each year."
lof the group are:
nie Balck.
Mrs. H. F. Wray is in a Jacksonville !j I i Chief Crews
A surprise telephone call came Scotty ;
hospital receiving medical -
during the'party for Dorothy I ant Ronnie Harris; I I'
treatment. Mr. Wray spent !
from her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. jsistant, Levi Brannam,
George Schlosser of Grays, Illi the weekend in Jacksonville I todian, Elbert Tucker; Under Chapter 193.41 notice is hereby
visiting with Mrs. Wray and Mr.
Larry Cox;
l nois.Miss and Mrs. Don Alford. given that the 1959 Tax Rolls'are now .
Way's marriage to Mr. Jones.
Charles Patilla of Palatka will The purpose of Roy at
Mr. and Mrs. William Deen open for the payment of 1959 taxes
is
be event of November first. dors organization
an
and daughter, Delores, spent the
each boy through the the Tax Collector's Office, Court House,
\ past weekend in Gainesville, the of the Bible from a I

MANUEL BRTTT KING- guest of their son, Billy Deen, standpoint through subject to the discounts provided by law.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. (Mack who is a student at the Univers-
study, ,
prayer
King are the parents of a son ity of Florida. They attended service.Lt. :

born October 15. at the Flagler i the homecoming festivities there I f

Hospital in St. Augustine.' The I during the weekend. and Mrs. Charles I: ,
boy has been given the name
who are staioned with J. F. MERCERTax
of Manuel Britt King. I Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dillon have
Airforce in Moultrie,
i i returned to their home in Provi-
I the' past. weekend here
McKnight returned to dence,Rhode Island after a'visit
Buzzy with his parents, Mr. Collector, Flagler County, Florida
his home Monday from the East here_ with Mrs. Dillon's mother, K. McKnight. .
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Coast Hospital in St. Augustine Mrs. Daisy Buckles, her brotherin I IT.

where he recently underwent an law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. (More on, page I.................................,:'..... '

appendectomy.Mr. George Allen, Jr., and her father,I

John Buckles.
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and Mrs. J. E. (Pete) Barber ,

of Miami visited here several Mrs. George Allen Sr., left I

days last week, the guestsof Monday for a visit of a weekin 01

his parents, Mr. and.Mrs. J.D. Brunswick and Darien, Ga.,

I Barber. I with :relatives. TI 'p ,A.ff
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'lP, b29c | fidelity. Values are unlike any before; Easy terms, too. It's more '
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Blrdseye 10 o?. record players steps up your .
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'. per cent) now producing all the .. . . . .
Farmer Gets Unjust
food and fiber for the entire pop. -1

ulation, more and more people I
Onus) For Numerous
have little or no contact with
farming'or farm life. As'Director i
Modern IllsBy I
Society J. R. Beckenbach of the Flor- ATTENTION VOTERS
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( Spuds ,Johnson) ida Agricultural'Experiment Station .
says, "For all the average I .
A 'Midwest farm paper editor i
.housewife knows, the daily sup I
his-
has said that "agricultural I
ply at the supermarket could be I
'torians of the future will mark :
replenished each day from the t
;the present decade as one In I
which farm people lost the un basement shelves." More and I II Please Reserve a few
more people fail to realize fully I
derstanding and respect of their I
fellow Americans. Seldom hasa II I I that their' food and much ,of'
their 'her must be produced onsomebody's I
systematically professional and group inaccurately been so farm somewhere.And : Minutes of your time. .

reviled." those who think the! I
the farmer is getting the lion's share!
national magazines "decry
fact that "farmers are willingto of the national income might

all"sit for back payments and they do nothing supposedly at- gross consider national the cold prdduct facts.of The the I : TUESDAY to VOTE'I

United States was announced recently I
the Federal
receive from government
as $485 billion a year. In II
Others even suggest I
that without farm support pro 1958 the American people spent THE RE-APPORTIONMENT: AMENDMENT
$57.7 billion for food that was
grams and other agricultural
grown on American farms. Of
could be
appropriations, taxes
this, $36.9 .billion went to the and
cut, schools could be given more
I money, highways could be built, marketers and others performing I|
and almost without end. necessary services and only $20.8
so on ABOLISHING OFFICE"OF SCHOOL
No wonder a prominent Calllornian billion to the farmer who pro- TRUSTEE
duced the food.
said recently before a ,

national committee, "I have Never before in history has a I
watched with concern-Indeed nation been fed with such an Should Be Decided By
horror-over the years,as a con. abundance of quality and variety .
centrated effort is made to inflame at such low cost. The price!
an unenlightened public of foodstuffs, remaining low or I! I
against the American farmer.I rising only slightly, has been a ALL VOTERS :
He is systematically blamed by brake that has kept the cost of
the people for starting and pro living from rising more rapidlyin
pagating nearly every social ill the last few years.. Indeed,
of our century." it would appear at times as if
With such a small percentageof the farmer, were subsidizing the I

the population (less than 12 rest priced of foods.the population with low. I{ Flagler County Democratic I '


The farmer can't live without i|
CLASSIFIEDADS the city, but the city certainly i j Executive Committee I
would be in a sorry plight if it I

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. BO cent_U minimum charge I
FOR,SALE-Waterfront two bed. '
a
room in Morningside sub. Built- I A f
. in G.E. kitchen and refrigerator -
f wood floors, automatic heat, done fie ff
carport, utility room and well. I
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: 29th and Flagler Ave., Flagler.Beach di A pica. ,
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and a few, good fence posts.
Ry, Cheap. phone IDlewood 73528. I

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Be assured of money for Christ-' :
.r. mast shopping. Be the AVON >: k
]REPRESENTATIVE for '
r-1 Interview Mrs.I Jean Milanich. e
box %46. Lockhart. Fla.
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f. lease 2 story house 2 ,blocks 4- ;
" from business 'district Bunnell.

Upstairs 2 bedrooms, living room, I L *
l N bath and kitchen. Downstairs 3I' 'v

bedrooms, living room, kitchen, &' l'pwti .
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utility room and bath. Write or
phone,R.P. McGee P.O. Box 1336
I', St. Augustine, Fla. Phone VA 9. 1 /

9665.. 10.22.-3tp

f.Mfr: FOR S-lLE-196 Jeep pickup; 4-
f wheel drive, Al shape, low mileage ;.,
f" best offer. Phone HE 92067. i.,

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GET PAUL REVERE quality non 1
cancellable sickness and acci .
.:- dent insurance. Ray Colee-, mocnirmir:. ;>;': ,:: ... ....o'cY' 3 d:
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':','..' tine, Florida._< __ Augus'l,I '60 CHEVROLET-THE TRUCK WITH TOTAL NEWNESS! -;: !

r FOR SALE-2 bedroom' house.. I!'
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t' ,- ler Beach. Call H.L. Lerch, Torsion-Spring: Ride that takes the beating out of tough hauls, saves cargo breakage, saves J' !
HE 9-2395. 10-1-tfc .

i:,i"'r: SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reasonable drivers, lets: you run at faster safe speeds over any surface. Count on longer truck life and

t' rates. George Jarosz, Phone I less downtime. With its new independent front suspension, with bulldozer durability in ., r
ID, 73410. 5 28-11 5 tc .
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s. new frames, sheet metal and roomier cabs, Chevy's got a whole new approach to trl1l't. ''" -
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See local authorized Chevrolet
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Thursday, Oct29:' 1959 5 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN

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Science Seeks: to ing oysters, is now in progress.If cherished bit of oyster lore-I I drills a tiny hole through' the IN FLAGLER'THE COUl\"TY'COUNTY JUDGE'S, FLORIDA.COURT

the tests prove successful, that an oyster.eater. may make oyster's shell, and eats the oys DOCKET NO. 512 ,

oysters may eventually be bred his fortune by cracking his teeth ter. ESTATE IN THE MATTER OF It. W. OF"DEEN. SIU

Develop Bigger, for taste and other desirable an;: a valuable pearl. Deceased
IN THE CIRCUIT COtTRT OF TOE NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
Tastier qualities, says John B. Glude, Occasional calcareous concre- SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF

,OystersThere's chief of the Branch of Shellfish- cretions develop in eatable AND FOR KLAGLER COUNTY EXECUTOR
may FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY Notice is hereby given that 1
good news: for oysterloversbigger' eries. oysters, but they have no luster 3856 I have filed my final returns as ex-
EMILY F. MAUTIN.Plaintiff. excutrlx- of the Estate of R. W.
and better bivalves Good Eating Year Round and are worthless: The pearl- J Been Sr.. deceased: that I have

may be on the way. ,Popular belief notwithstanding bearing oysters found on Ameri HOWARD E.vs.MARTIN. and filed my that petition on the for 7th final day discharge of November -.

Interior Department scientists oysters are good eating all ca's Pacific Coast and in the Per Defendant.TO 1959 I will apply to the
I I : Howard 1:. Martin. Defendant Honorable Duane Deen. County
are encouraged by initial resultsof year long in the United States, sian Gulf are inedible. whose address is unknown. Judge of Flagler County. Florida

experiments improve shell I the ,National Geographic Society Oyster-eaters are compensated, NOTICE TO.DEPEND for approval of said final return
You are hereby notified, that a and for an order of final dischargeas -
fish through selective breed- says. The belief that oystersare however by the mineral wealththe suit has been filed against you in executrix of the estate of R. "WV -
the above entitled cause and that Deen. Sr.. deceased.
ing. In one year of tests, top safe, only in months spelled mollusk concentrates in its you are required to file your gnawer Dated this 7th day of October..

quality specimens ,of hard shell- with an "r" is a hangover. from! body as it strains out tiny plants with the Clerk of the above A. IX 1959.
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S Court at his office in Bunnell. Flor- Mary W. Deen (now Mary W. Barrs)
ed clams grew 17'per cent faster the past. Lack of%refrigerationcnce (phytoplankton) from the sea ida on or before the 9th day of As Execturix of the Estate of R W.

than unselected mollusks. A similar :caused spoilage of oysters water. Ancient Romans prized I thereof November on 1959 Joseph'and to serve Hirschman.a copy Deen.. 15-22-29 Sr.. Deceased.Oct. & Nov.. 5-4tc

project to produce fast grow- during the summer.In oysters so highly as food that plaintiffs attorney at his office
: 407 Main Beach
% Street. Daytona .
I I I Europe, however, summer they imported them from Britain I Florida. The Flagler Tribune is IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP
sometimes be. hereby designated as the news- FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA
oysters are gritty to improve the virility
thinking (, paper in which this order shall be IN CHANCERY NO. 3832
cause the species there carry of their troops. published once a week for four DON PENDLETON.
Electrical WorkPhone consecutive weeks. HEREIN FAIL Plaintiff
the young for days after they The oyster begins life as a NOT OR A DECREE PRO CON- I vs.
i FESSO WILL BE ENTERED A- LORENA PENDLETON.
arc hatched. The tiny shells of
ID 7.3589 or call tiny egg, perhaps a 500th of an GAINST YOU FOR SUCH FAIL I Defendant.
I the immature oyster make the inch in diameter. The egg : URE. The nature of this suit is I NOTICE DEPEND
HARRIS APPLIANCE CO. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TOr
'a suit for divorce.
Harold-Emery I I adult look and taste sandy. hatches into a transparent larva Witness my hand and the peal i Mrs. Lorena Pendleton -
Science has dismissed another I of this Court at Bunnell. Florida I You are hereby notified that a
that swims about freely for a 'this 5th day of October. 1959. I suit has been filed against you in
-- -- time. In about 32 hours, the (Seal) PALPH E. HARBERT I the above entitled cause: and you
Clerk of 'CIrcuit Court are hereby required to file your an-
larva starts to secrete a shell Flagler County Florida I swer with the Clerk of this Court.
and to serve a copy thereof upon.I .
and, within six days, it is com Oct. 8.15-22-29-Hc I the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney

Install 2 .100 Ib Cylinders pletely enclosed. In three weeks, whose name and address is:
IN Tin (IIU lrIT' COURT OF THE W. Cecil Grant
the tiny oyster settles to the bottom SEVENTH JUDICIAL riRCt'lT, 407% Main Street
IN AND FOIL KI.AUL.ER COUNTY Daytona Beach Florida
attaches itself to a firm
OF FLORIDA. No. 774 rot later than November 19th A. D.
object, and roams no more. It IN RE: FORFEITURE OF THE 1959. _
FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY If you fail to do so, decree pro
is ready for market when it : confesso will be entered againstyou
One 1951 4 door Buick Sedan Serial for the relief demanded In the
four inches.
reaches three or'
: No. 63494944. bill of complaint. The nature of
GREEN'S FUEL One 1951 4 door'Dodge Sedan Motor -
1 Starfish Snails Attack said suit being for divorce.
No. D3450811.
I WITNESS hand and seal ofsaid
One 1948 4 door Chevrolet Sedan. my
The might seem impregnable -
oyster Court this 13th day of OctoberA.
rTh Motor No. Faa 439124.
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in its shell, which it One 1951 4 door Mercury. Serial D. 1959.Official .
Seal
GAS I Ii can snap shut and hold tightly No.One ME 1950 95849M.2 door Ford Sedan. ID ( RALPH) E. HARBERT
} Clerk of said Circuit Court
No. HDMR 172458.
; closed with a powerful muscle. ,
'I' One 1953 4 door Mercury Sedan, Oct. 15-23-29 & Nov. 5-ttc ,
But the oyster's enemies have Serial No. R3M-E11595M. .

i : i Aid Connected To found ways to. penetrate this Notice NOTICE is hereby OP given SALE that in FLAGLER IN TIIE CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT FLORIDA OF

accordance with the provisions of
Iii defense. Tens of thousands of IN CHANCERY NO. 3860
I Florida Statutes
I 'r Section r62.405.
I Your starfish sweep in on oyster beds i 1957. the above described property AHA ANN BURRIS.Plaintiff
EquipmentOnly. ,
i will be offered for sale for cashto
r like an invading army. A star the highest bidder on the 6th vs.
grasping day of November 1959. at eleven JOHN W. BURRIS
fish eats an oyster by
o'clock A. M. Defendant.
i' i r the two shells of the oyster in The amount of highest bid must NOTICE TO DEFEND
N be paid immediately after sale and THE STATE OF l FLORIDA TOr
I / sucker-covered arms and pulling delivery of articles accepted immediately John W. Burria

steadily. At first the oyster can thereafter. 2203 CharbroSt.
i Prospective bidders may Inspectthe Charles. Missouri
: resist the tension, but eventually vehicles at the Flagler County You are hereby notified that a.
50 Jail on East Moody Boulevard suit has been filed against you In.
its single muscle tires and
during business hours.
the above entitled cause; and you
$27Green's the shell: opens The starfish Receipt for amount of highest after are hereby required to file your answer -.
Klven
; I bit will be immediately with the Clerk of this Court
then brings its stomach out sale. Bill of sale will be executed and to serve a copy thereof upon.
and delivered to purchaser
1 through its mouth .to envelop within two {21 days after sale. the whose plaintiff or and plaintiff's attorney.,
name address is:
Dated this 14th day of October
and the victim.Another W.
consume Cecil Grant
A. D. 1959.
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I 407% Main Street
'RAfcPH E. HARBERTClerk
} oyster enemy is the Circuit> Court Daytona Beach Florida.

Fuel Gas Service oyster drill. This tiny snail, Oct. 22-29 & Nov. 5-3tc not 1959.later than November 19th,.AMX

which has a beautifully spiraled POLi.iNG If you fall to do so, decree pro-
NOTICE OP PLACES confesso will be entered against.
PHONE ID 7-3732 shell about, an inch long, hasa AND POLL HOLDER you for the relief demanded in the
/ proboscis coated with sharp, Notice is hereby given that the bill of complaint. The nature or
Board of Public Instruction for the said suit being for divorce.
hard teeth. With this tool it County of Flagler State of Florida WITNESS my hand and seal or
hereby designates the following poll said Court this 13th day of Octoben-
, .. ,,., . .....,,. holders for election to be heldon A. D. .
an 1959.Official
r :nV:.SS1 YSti'x'w'.v.' :MhCC.SOC'Cn XSK AYNAY.NY 'SSAY{ 000.P({VA.MY}(A\YIxSM}: w { :Y T }A0ii.y :!"{ ; ::: ;y
! :::, .::..}}:{{ }. .{.{{{ :j}} : ..::.}i : Tuesday, the 3rd day of November ( Seal)
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> A. D. 1959. according
A :vX}:{r .III'"ff")t: urn;? .Sv:; pro- RALPH E. HARBERT
.. } visions of Section 230.38. Laws of Clerk of said Circuit Court
Florida. Acts of 1957 in Special Tax Oct. 15-22-29 & Nov. 5-4tc
I School District No. 1.
Precinct No. 1 (Court House,
". .. Bunnell) LEGAL NOTICE
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?!? ;.ax e.'?:: ,.r. '9Ei ? .a; {{s} }} IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
cxxeruN.xaxw OF
l }> iio';.u oynm Flossie Richardson. Dallas Gor-
don. Pearl Woods. Inspectors and FLORIDA, SEVENTH JUDICIAL
Geneva Rod ers. Clerk. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR PUTNAM
reelnet No. 2 (Klnjcler lleaeh COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
Recreation Center) I JAKE P. WARD, a single man..
Juanita Strauser Catherine Wilson Plaintiff
Sarah E. Martel. Inspectors, vs.
JOHN .
LONG
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Lola R. Jones. Clerk. Defendants.THE .
Precinct No. 3 (Community Hall, STATE OF FLORIDA TOr

','... .. ......... .,.. I...'."'..w.. '..'X-."...",:."' Haw Isabelle Creek) John Long residence unknown
"" Barrow. Mae Keifer. Robert Thompson Heselton and
.. NarhJa Trad. Inspector Taudy Clara Evelln Heselton. husband and
Bowden Clerk. I wife who's last known addresswas
Precinct No., 3-A (Korona Church City of Bradford York County.
Hall) Great Britain: R. S Reinhardt and
: :Mary Frankowiak.. Thelma Ro- f Laura p, Reinhardt. husband and
man. Sophie Smiplelskl. Inspectors wife who's last known
..'. residence
I /A Sv.; W+w;;rtP.yAYA. y Eleanor Nelsen, Clerk. was Lincolnton. Lincoln County.

: ... Precinct No. 4 (St. John Park North Carolina; Anita A. Bailey"
SS Nw. Community Hall I who's last known residence was:
Naomi Pellicer :Mary Pellicer, Ualterboro, Colleton County, South]
Louise Hatcher. Inspectors. Dorothy Carolina; Roberta Barbour who's',
:;,,::::!.: Salyerda. Clerk. last known residence was Lincoln-
;: Precinct No. 4-A (Ha.onle Tem-I ton. Lincoln County. North Carolina
ple. Bunnell) Lena Reihnhardt Brown who's last.
Y .wwww""w 5..YMMM1MW.4.. Grace Wray. Jennie Green Alma known residence was LincoThton.
; Sheffield. Inspectors. Wanda Mercer Lincoln County North Carolina and
Clerk. to all persons claiming any estate
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.. Precinct No. 5 (Community Hall, right title or interest in. or ileaupon
Eapanola) the real property' herein described -
Jewell Edwards. Shirley Gresham or any part thereof.
Ann Hunter Inspectors. Wllda Defendants Greetings:

.\...\.... }.;:.:..:..,}.:J.\ ,',....:.:.x:5:.... .:+.,.tin... ... ....::n.::,?:::::::{:?}?{:?;+:;;{'..:\ :.:., ,.... ., Cobb. 'Cler k. proceeding You are hereby Notified that a
: ,....;:}.:\\\.5.. S:: Precinct No. 3-A (Johnson Real brought in theuCircuitleCourt
-\NA\NSN \ }NY 'NSMSWAM1YM b{5:34N7NYVJrS W.-Nola'Owi Estate MarLneland Building) AlA Highway. Putnam County Florida against

.. ,.Mrs. all persons claiming any
Land R. E. Legreve. Elizabeth right title or Interest In. or lien'
rum, Margaret
Collins Inspec except excluded in
upon as the Bill
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Give yourself another reason to be proud ofI' Oct.tor, lS-U-29-3tc c. D. :MItchell Clerk. of Complaint real property the following situated described In-:

Putnam and Flagler Counties, Florida -
.. home..with modern concrete to-wit:
your a driveway An Island situated in Crescent
Lake known as Bears Island!
mitt. 3FIaglrr OJribtinrBUIHCELL. and situated in Fractional Sec-
tion 20 and 21. Township 12

;: A concrete driveway "dresses up" your homelike And concrete is so easy to custom-style. It FLORIDA South. Range Meridian 28 East In }of Florida Tallahassee -

.k no other materiaL It's one sure sign of a lends itself to any imagination. Design features containing 68.17 acres accordIng -
". :"" 'quality home-a'wonderful welcome mat" ,' surface textures and colors can be s to the official Plat of the
survey of
the said
lands re-
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; .that never wears out. combined to suit any setting, any neighbor-' MRS. M. B. FULLER, EditorDelv turned' to General Land Office

.0'. .:' Concrete's bright,clean appearance has the hood. Your choice is unlimited.So an.d.. by you the are Surveyor hereby required General. to file

.., look'of finer living, actually enhances the whether you're looking for a new home ted Oflelmltor Ptblleatl.a with the Clerk of said Court your

.; beauty of both your house and landscaping. c or want to improve your present con- Pablle Notice .f Fladev said written proceedings motions plea on or-or before answer No-In

It stays strong, level and good-looking.- No, sider a modern concrete driveway..Your concrete County af.aJel",IItie. therein vember 16. 1959. If any and. serve
a copy of same the Plaintiffs
potholes or low spots that mean costly up contractor can help you plan. Write for and tile,I State .f Florida Attorney. upon

-; keep. Concrete helps maintain the value of free folder "Concrete Driveways Lead the Wayto Lemon Street.Palat therein set
ting up the estate right, title or
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: your home year after year. Finer Living. Entered mm seers :elaaa: avattetFebrury Interest: In. or lien upon the above
described property claimed by
.,'i l3,.t the ....... Herein' fail you.
not. or Judgment will
.. td right .
Tfcoakt to CMKf* solid MM ode. ran CM bo pJo Mt to be
'. drtvo to that yw Iowa will bo Mat and trim looklM. sot tQMoJ ..d root*. THE MARK OF A .t, BvaacH. ne...... under-act .f WITNESS entered against my hand you and by the default.seal,

.. Marea S. 187*. of said Court at Palatka. Putnam
I ASSOCIATION MODERN HOME...
PORTLAND CEMENT
County Florida this 9th day or
1612 E. Colonial I Drive, Orlando. Flo. October. A. D. 1959.r

\ A r motional organization to improve add extend die iocs of concrete_ concrete On. Tear. IMtotx I I A.(Official W. NICHOLS.Seal) JR. As Clerk ot
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t'r "tonflif fLU the Above Styled Court.
By CAROLYN B. 8APP. Did:
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EIGHT f. THE, FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL
FLORIDA
Thursday, Oct. 29, 1959
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Bunnell zine -drives. They' sold 1165.17, Herr home; 3b Thomas Gresham r
Drive
quite a record. The top sales- UNICEF home; 4-Leslie Pache home; ;
School men were Mary Jo Daugherty,
High
5-Dick Cody home, Haw Creek; Draglining
HeadlinesBy I Nancy Brannam and Patty Nie Saturday NightBunnell 6a-Lloyd Robertson home, Bimi- I ,

ni
I sen.The ; 6b-Bo McDaniel's home.
Jo Revels) I Bulldogs play Branford BulldozingLand
( Betty :will be one of 10,000
I this week., Good luck boys. J The children will. have supper
communities in the
It seems as though the Junior We'll be yelling for you. taking part I and play games. The first three
annual UNICEF drive this Sat Clearing
Class's change of routine in Molly's party Saturday night I I grades parties will be over at
urday night October 31. Dressedin
,
exercise is to 7:30 and the fourth, fifth
Homecoming going kept everyone busy. About 50 and
be a success. The candidatesfor teenagers enjoyed the fun. I their Halloween costumes the{j I sixth grade parties will end GradingP. '
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children in the first through the 'I
Homecoming King and hear Molly got enough perfumefor 'I at 8 o'clock.
Queen are Arthur Carle, Buddy all the girls in school and sixth grades will call on you This year two of the parties A. EDMONSON

Taylor, Jim Burnsed, Robert still have some left over. asking for pennies, nickels and I are scheduled to be held in the Phone IDlewood 7-3376
dimes. will send them to
They
Cook Annette Strickland, Betty Till next week. Hope every- country. The children-will drive .
the
United Nations Children'sFund
Joe Revels,. Beverly Rodgers and one has a good Homecoming.FHA !for UNICEF on the way to the
to milk and
Joann Morris. help buy party. The homes in Haw Creek
medicine for children in I
needy
This year the. girls will appear NEWS OF will be visited and the homes on
other lands. The drive for UNICEF
in formals for the parade BUNNELL'HIGH I highway 100 as,far as the Lloyd
will be between 5 and Hercules Vacuum Cleaner
"Friday afternoon and in suits 65 i j i Robertson home ,will be visited.
and hats for the.halftime show.I ,The Future Homemakers of Saturday night. Several children i]I The UNICEF, drive and the Sewing Machine Corp.
will call on at one time (but)
you
Thursday afternoon and eve- America held a meeting Wed Halloween parties are being
ning will start the show on the nesday. At this meeting a,com you will receive only one call) I i sponsored by the PTA. We can 'furnish parts for and
road. Practice Thursday night I mittee was chosen to enter a and will have marked milk cartons j i I service any sewing machineor .I

for everybody who will have any float in the Homecoming parade. to receive your money. They vacuum cleaner. Real bar-
part in the activities. Also, it ,was decided that the will be accompanied by their I Out-of-state industry's interest'II' gains on new, used & rebuilt
teachers and mothers. The children in Florida is
higher now than at I machines.
Then the snake 'dance, led by first night meeting would, be
the cheerleaders, and the bonfire, held on the first Tuesday in November would appreciate your have any other time in the past 18
ing small that months, B. R. 821 Volnsla Are. Daytona Beach
change so they reports Fuller, director
led by the football players. Also at 7:30. We hope all
might each have something in of the Florida Development CL 3.6661
the Juniors are sponsoring the members will attend.
their carton. If it is between Commission.
dance after the game with the The officers of the F.H.A. this raining
5 and 6 the drive will be,
County Rocks providing the year are: President, Joann Morris -.
music. They are a local band ; president-elect, Mary Jo canceled. I

which plays mostly rock and Daugherty; secretary-treasurer, I Immediately following the INSIRE-Stay Insured & Rest AssuredGET

TOll.After Joan H o f f; parliamentarian, I drive parties will be held for
the Homecoming doingsare Judy Lewis; program chairman, I,each room at the following J I THE BEST PROTECTION FROM
: all over and the King and Nancy Brannam; recreation places: .
known, all chairman, Molly Ricks historian
Queen are we are ; ,
Mercer home Ib
la-Ray
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going to dress in our warmest Polly Forson; song leader, Linda Dave Perryman home; 2a-MissEddinger's H. T. COOK AGENCYCitizens
clothes' and have a hayride on Harris; pianist, Faye Bass; and school room; 2b-

Saturday night. The Tri-H1-Y reporter, Carol Christopher.By Milton Pellicer home; 3a-O. K. Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida"BERKLINE'S ,
and Hi-Y are sponsoring this ( Carol Christopher, reporter), ..
and everyone in grades 9.12 are .. -- -. --- .
invited. A big crowd is expected.The \
Junior Class has just com-
pleted the biggest magazine sale SHOW OF VALUES"A
in the history of our local maga-


Complete Showing of The King of Comfort Chairs


"Come In Now For Demonstration"
(Continued from page 5)

"Mrs. R. W. Deen, Jr., returnedto BERK-LINER: Recliners -- BERK-.Line Highback Swivel
her home here. Friday from

Miami where she visited with "BERKLOCK"America's Grestest Chair Value .
her daughter, Miss Sandra Deen. '" .

Airs.She was Llna accompanied Barber. home by ."Look In Our Window",. Other Items Greatly Reduced


Mrs. William Hall has return. COME IN AND PICK UP YOUR 1960 CALENDER

ed to her home here after a

visit in Miami :with her mother. 1 .

SOFA BEDS 7 PIECE DINETTES
Michael Canakaris arrived here

: last week from an extended visit Chrome or Bronze

in Detroit, Mich., with his son $69:95: 558.00
;'t in law and daughter. He plansto Regular ....:: ......

spend, the winter here with I $7'8.00
;E his son and daughter in law,I '

Dr. and Mrs; J. M. Canakaris. Platform Rockers _.:.. .....518.95

Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Revels had I 7 PIECE DINING. ROOM

as their guests over the week. 53.88 I
end Mr. and Mrs. George Revels Odd Table Lamps ................ t SUITE

: of Jacksonville. ff-! 4, Reg. $209.95 ....


Among the Florida State University Group of 3 Tables .......-....519.95J $178.
students who spent the {.
past weekend at ,their homes "
....
here were Miss Gloria McArn,
Miss Sammie Whitaker, and of ;i. I
" :Miss Johnnie Durrance. 3 Rooms Furniture METAL UTILITY CABINET

10 PEICE BEDROOM GROUP
Mrs. Lady, Allen is spending n88;
c this week, in DeLand visiting DOUBLE DRESSER' 'and CHEST .
with her sister, Mrs.
Murray
FULL SIZE BOOKCASE BED
Sams: QUAKERCirculators

r .FULL SIZE BOX SPRING 3 PIECE BEDROOM SUITE

INNERSPRING MATTRESS SILVER SWiRL

PLUMP PILLOWS ." '' .
i BunnellTheatre 2 .
,it OIp

2 LAMPS WALNUT FINISH

,:,: Fri. and, Sat. Oct. 30.31 1, BEDSPREAD S 1 ALSO .
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),' BLOOD OF THE VAMPIRE 8 PIECE, LIVING ROOM GROUP .- I5 128.
k.' ,. "
;, 1 & 2 Burner Portable Heaters
Starring SOFA BED and 2 CHAIRS .' _, < '": ,
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Donald Wolfit and Barbara 2 STEP TABLES -" :: >". *;,
4 PIECE
... I ". SECTIONALALL -
.Shelley COCKTAIL TABLE : -
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," EASY CREDIT TERMSMATHER FOAM RUBBER

.a LAMPS l'
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