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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: November 5, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the 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. 43, ,BUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY, NOV. 5, 1959 $2.50 A YEAR .'
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Emergency Loan Bunnell Business ... Family Reunion F. E. C. Railroad Flagler Harbors


Plans ExtendedTo Men Association i Held Sunday at Change Local Files Request -

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Area Farmers To Meet Monday I Community Bldg. Train SchedulesThe For Meeting .

The Bunnell Business Men's I Florida East Coast Railroad -
Association will meet at the train schedule changes]
State Senator Verle Pope said The fifth' annual ,reunion of from to without Flagler Harbors, Inc. holdersof
Bunnell Community Center on season season
today he is in receipt of a copyof Monday" evening at 8 o'clock, the Moody Family and their much attention from the public. the development contract with
a letter to Congressman Syd president Leo Baker said today. family connections was held However the most noticeable the town of Flagler Beach have
Herlong from H.S. Smith, assist- Sunday at the Bunnell Community filed with Mayor R. L. McNab
Mr. Baker invites all businessmen change to \the writer is the recent ...
ant administrator of the Depart- Building, 101 attending. schedule of trains and the town Commissioners a
change
of Bunnell to atttend this'I'I
ment of Agriculture, Farmers meeting of the Association. A large group attended the No. 29 and No. 30. formal request for a meeting to
Home Administration. I, 11 o'clock services at the First Almost as far back as the iron out contractual difficulties.
Senator Pope arranged a meet- 1 I Methodist Church after which a writer can remember local south The letters requesting the
ing of the farmers of Flagler basket picnic dinner was spread meeting were mailed to each
V.F.W. To Hold bound train No. 29 has been
county with Congressman Syd I I at the community center. I scheduled to arrive in Bunnell member of the Commission and
Herlong here on October 2 to see Those signing 'theregister included I the Mayor following the public
around noon time. Train No. 30,
if anything could be done to Buddy Poppy Sale I I : Adolph Deen and JohnA. a northbound local, arrived during meeting at the Recreation Cent- .
help the potato farmers in this Deen, Winter Haven; Mr. and : the afternoon. er.A
area. After the ,meeting here Here SaturdayThe Mrs. Fred Ireland, Orlando; Mr. I With the recent change both spokesman for the corpora
Congressman Herlong took the and Mrs. I. I. Moody and Nancy 'of these trains are scheduled to tion said the letter was a natural
matter up with the Departmentof Moody of Lake City; Mr. and arrive here during the wee small follow up on the meeting and is
Agriclture in Washington I Veterans of Foreign Wars Mrs. J. Paul Smith and Mr. and hours of the morning. Train 29 the second such letter'they have

4 and the department sent a representative will conduct their annual Buddy Mrs. Terrell Dowdy, High is scheduled to arrive at, 2:50 sent to the town officials. He
the Poppy sale in Flagler County and Mrs. D. S. Howell I said
Mr.
to threecountyarea Springs; A. M., and 30 at 2:55 A. M. no answer or acknowledgement
to make a survey of the Saturday, November 7, Post Com- Sr., Mr. and Mrs. D.,:S. How- The old saying about you can has been received from the
conditions.The mander Wilfred Hunter said to-I ell and two children, and Mrs. Town.
get use to anything may be true
letter said, in part, that day. Kate Waters of Waycross, Ga. but,I figure it will take time for Michael Murray, vice presidentof
the representative from.the Commander Hunter' said Eu- Mrs. John A. Smith and Mrs. this one. ; Flagler Harbors, Inc., said the
partment had completed de-I gene Nipper is chairman of the William Dixon; of Bristol, 'Ga.;I I corporation is doing everythingit
survey in the the three Poppy Sale and will be assistedby Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Crumpton can to develop an atmosphereof
holding conferences with farm- I I, members of the Post in Bun- and Mr. and Mrs. William l\1.1 Veterans Day I compatible,relations with the

.-, ers, associations which finance nell and at Flagler Beach He South of Brunswick, Ga. I town officials. He said the corporations .
r, potato growers, banks'! and the also said members of the Bun From .Baxley,, Ga. were Mr. patience is getting thin
Plan =
Production Credit Association, nell Junior Police force will also and Mrs. Herbert Deen 'and,Program, and he hopes the town.officials
and that the emergency loan assist with the sale in Bunnell.I daughters, Norma Faye, Carolyn will recognize the importance of

::- agency provisions farmers in J Money derived irom the Poppy I and Connie; Mr. and' Mrs. Is AnnouncedPlans getting together soon.
the three-county area-Flagler,' Sale is used as a rehabilitation I LeRoy Bowen, Miss Collene"Bowen Murray said that the basic

-Putnam and St. Johns. has been i fund for veterans. and Dr. Wilton Davis.: for Veterans Day program work, has now been completedon
t,. extended. : Hunter also said the Post Mrs. Johnny Miles, Blackshear, I and parade' here next I, both the abstract and information
:..... The letter said the survey I meeting will be held at the Community Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Milesof Wednesday, November 11, were I for drawing the 'dead to .

! showed many farmers in the II .Center,:on Tuesday eve-' Seville, ,Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. announced today by Duane A. the property.
'. area have, .consumed]*,all avail. ning,.November 10. Henry Mercer, Alinda: Lee and Deen. This is a job that the town ..
'.i..' able credit from :these sources Phillip Free 'of Daytona Beach; First there will be a parade should have completed within
.M... -during th*l._three:,disistrous L- .11 .I_r.. ",'.- -Yerle, ,-Pope.of $t. .Augustine.Mr. ofiloatsand dther units which thirty days after, the_ 'contract ;
" years, 'and'mariy* or"*them 'will Class I Of 19491 ., and Mrs Fred Moore- will wind wpal the Court house was signed, he'said.With : -
,- be 'able to secure loans from"the house and two daughters, and I where a short 'musical programby i t i the technical work com-
::7 agency. However, there may be Quinton Deen of Jacksonville. BunnellHigh School band pleted and the legal work in
A .a few whose credit has deterio- Holds Reunion Mr. and Mrs. Horace Locke' will be heard.: final stages -,the papers shouldbe

ated to the extent that they may and David Locke, Mr. and Mrs. The American Legion sponsored ready to deliver to the corp.

:. not be able to qualify for the Friday Evening W. L. Bryan and two children, event has been observed here j. oration within' a few days.

emergency loan. Many will be ... and. Mrs. Gladys Starkley.. of for many years. The Legion It is expected that the Town
r. able to get the loans.Harris The Graduating Class of 1949 Tampa. color guard will advance the I I'I officials will take action on the
Those from Flagler Beach included Colors. Williams Wadsworth will meeting request at their meeting
of Bunnell High*School met fora
Receives' reunion in connection with George Moody, Sr., Mr. be master of ceremonies who tonight (Thursday).
Ik f? the homecoming celebration last and Mrs. Billy Babbitt and chil- I will introduce, Rev. W. L. Spicer,
Friday evening. dren, Brenda, Vickie, and'Billy, Jr., pastor of the local Methodist
: Severe In
Burns Class, members, accompanied Jr., Mr. and Mrs. George Miles Church, who will give the in- Some Resultsr. .. \
I Moody Watson Mr. and I
t- Fire by their husbands and wives Gary vocation.
: Thursday Mrs. Leonard and -
met for a dinner party at the]I Moody daughter I The speaker for the day will Of Election
x'" The Bunnell Fire, Department Bunnell Restaurant after which' Eula Lee Moody. be Brig-Gen. Robert G. Whiteof
was called out Thursday ,noon they attended the homecoming I I Those from Bunnell attending the' National Guard. -
to a fire at the Sun Rise Cabins football game in a group. Fol- included Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Prizes will be awarded for first,I I Locked in Box
} Spicer, Jr., and children, Billy, second and third place winners
on Highway one. lowing the football game, they 1 1 I
The fire apparently broke, out met at the Flagler:.Beach Recre- I Natt, Timmy, Donna, and Homer; in the parade of floats and decorated Results of the trustee and mill-
when hot water heater Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mercer, Mr. bicycles.Rev. j I
a ex- ation Center where they enjoyeda age election in Precincts 3 and
ploded. Ralph Harris, employeeof get-together. and Mrs. Ray Mercer and Rebecca Spicer will end the ceremonies -I 3A were locked up in the bajlot
the Harris Appliances, was Members present were' Mrs.I I Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Dur- with a benediction. box when returned to the court

working in the room at the time Patricia French Durrance,' Wil- rance and Rebecca, Mr. and Mrs.D. house here Tuesday night, and
of the explosion and received fred Hunter, James Crews, Louis D. Moody, Mr. and Mrs. Miss results can not be obtained until
w- first, second and third degree Steflik, Cliff Sheffield, of Bun. Duane Deen and daughters,I Daugherty Monday when the canvassing
a .burns about the face and arms. nell; T. Miller,Mrs.'Betty Babbitt Elaine and Suellen, Mr. and Mrs. Named HistorianOf board meets.
The furniture and fixtures in Johnson, 'and' Billy Babbittof Walter Knight, Gene Knight, Mr. Although the proposed consti.
and 'Mrs. Lawrence West and
:. the cabin were' burned. Flagler Beach; Mrs. Margaret tutional amendment on reappor-
State T. A.
Hamilton ,McCort of Jackson- two children Karen Moody, Ma- ;J. tionment was defeated statewide, .

/.: Flagler BeachrPT.A.. ville; Mrs. Evelyn Flowers Skinner rie Kane, Mr. and Mrs. Benny Mary Jo Daugherty of Bunnell Flagler county voters were for
Black Mrs. Lizzie -
SeDessie
of Holly Hill. and was named, historian of the the amendment 253 to 151.
Meeting Postponed I Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller.
x Invited guests were Dr., and State Future Teachers Associa- For the three special tax dis
To Next Monday I I
: Mrs. Allen' Reynolds. Dr. Reynolds tion of America at their conven trict school trustees, with only
L The Flagler: Beach Parent- was a member of the class Dr. Wachal Has tion held In Daytona Beach last one name on the ballot, John M.
.' Teacher Association meeting has I the, first three years of high t week. Canakaris. He received, of the
, I been postponed until Monday,school, but moved to Louisiana Mary Jo is a member of the ballots counted, 88 votes. There
t evening, November 9 at 7:30 P.M. where he graduated in .1949. Joined LocalHospital Junior Class of Bunnell High were four writein votes for Ria

t \ The meeting, will be held in Other invited ;guests included School and has served as his- Johnston in district one and five

,. the school cafeatorium. 'Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morris, Mr. StaffDr. torian and treasurer of her class writein votes for Hoke Cobb In
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it.:- .. and Mrs. Dale "Brown;'Mrs. Myr during high ,school. ''She is a district 2. No votes were cast
4." Pellicer Creek tie Cockman, 'Mr.; and Mrs.i John M. Canakaris an- member of the Future Home. in districts 3, 4 and 5, accord-

1(... ". Cemetery. WorkDay DuaneDeen, Mrs. Norma Turner, nounces the association of John makers of America, Beta Club, ing to the unofficial tally.
'G Mr., and Mrs. John A. Clegg. Mr.I H. Wachal, M.D. to the Flagler president' of the Bunnell Future The 10 mill school tax levy
Saturday' Clegg was county superintendent Clinic and Hospital, beginning Teachers of America, and a was carried with' 170 for and 21
=. The work day at _the Pellicer at that 'time and membersof November 1, 1959. member of Tri-Hi-Y. She has other votes cast for varying

Creek Cemetery,has.been set for the faculty included Mrs. Dr. Wachal graduated. from been active in the, band, holding amounts -
next Saturday November 7,.ZacK Cockman: Mr. and Mrs. Morris, University of Nebraska and his several offices in that organ. Voters here favored abolish-
Holland said today. Mr. Deen,. and Mrs. Brown. Degree, Doctor of Medicine from ization. ing the office of district trustee. ..

... All those interested are asked Members of the class unable I the University of Nebraska She :is a member of the First The unofficial count was 253 to...
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f to bring their ,lunch and spend to attend. the reunion were'Mrs. School of Medicine 1958. Interned Methodist Church and is past abolish against 103 against.
f"t.: ;;; the day assisting 'in'.'the annual Peggy Wray Gresham of Gaines- at Mound Park Hospital, president of the Methodist Youth
fall Cemetery' clean up Mrs. Nazhla Trad Milholland of St. Petersburg, Florida. Fellowship. Hippopotamuses rarely attack

r Jacksonville; George Haines of I f D,. and Mrs. Wachal and son MaryJo ,,plans to attend Flor t people, but enraged bull hippos
;; -:. The feller who, painted the Orlando: Pal, Parker, Jr., of Mi- will reside at the Zach, Holland ida State University in Tallahassee have been known to lift boats
w.:''.. '.4. \ town red last'night,woke up today iami, and Clinton Harris of I home 707 West Moody Boule= :and major' in elementary. I out ,of water ,and bite or slash

l.it;:'..', with the 'blues: Fernandina.*.*, vard, Bunnell., education. holes in the hulls. -

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PAGE TWO THE' FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Nov., 5, 1959

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HOMESTAKE LEAD MINES 1 I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF not later than NQvember 19th. A.D. .
Use Higher" Analysis FLAGL.KR, COUNTY FLORIDA 'LAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA, 1959. ,
: I I- The Homesteake<<: Mine at Lead, I II IN CHANCERY NO. 3832 IN CHANCERY NO. 3860 If you fail to do so, decree pro
I DON PENDLETON AHA ANN BURRIS confesso will be'entered against
Cut Fertilizer CostIn I South Dakota, is the United Plaintiff. ", Plaintiff you for the relief:demanded in the
bill of complaint. The nature of
States' top gold producer. Few LORENA I PENDLETON., JOHN W. BURRIS vs. said suit being for divorce. ,
general, Florida farmers get 'I Defendant. Defendant. WITNESS my hand and, seal of
of its miners ever see anything said Court this 13th day of October
every seventh ton of fertilizerfree NOTICE TO DEFEND NOTICE TO DEFEND ,- ,
A.
instead resembling gold. From each,ton THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO D. 1959.
just by buying a 9-9-9 John W. Burris (Official Seal) v
:Mrs. Lorena PendletonYou
of a 6-6-6 fertilizer ,when of ore conies only enough metal are hereby notified that a 2203 St. Charles Charbro MissouriYou Clerk RALPH of E.said HARBERT Circuit Court

both made from identical suit has been filed against you in Oct. 15-22-29 & Nov. 5-4tc
are for a wedding ring, the National the above entitled cause; and you are hereby notified that a
suit has
been filed against in
you
materials. are hereby required to file your an- '
I Geographic Society says.IN swer_with the Clerk of this Court. the above entitled cause; and you .
This is asserted by Dr. D. O.I I and to serve a copy thereof upon are hereby required to file your an-
with
swer the Clerk of this Court
Spinks, associate professor of I I the whose plaintiff name or and plaintiff's address is attorney: and the to serve a copy thereof upon FOR

soils with the University of,Flor- THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT W. Cecil Grant whose plaintiff name or and plaintiffs address attorney is:
FLAGLKR COUNTY FLORIDA. 407% Main Street SHELL FILL & SAND
ida College of Agriculture.Dr. DOCKET NO. 512>> Daytona Beach. Florida W. Cecil Grant ,
IN THE MATTER OF rot, later than November 19th A.D. I 407% Main Street
Spinks points out that the ESTATE OF R. W. DEEM SR., 1959. Daytona Beach. Florida DIRT CONTRACTSCALL ,1

cost of mixing, bagging, transporting Deceased. If you fail to do so, decree pro I
FILING PETITION confesso will be entered againstyou
NOTICE ON''
.storing, and spreadinga FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF for, the relief demanded in the ,1
ton of fertilizer is the same I EXECUTOR bill of complaint. The nature of THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized
that I said suit being for divorce.
Notice is hereby given
regardless of the units of plant I have filed my final returns as ex- I WITNESS my hand and seal of Evinrude Dealer EMIL MISSINNEPhone

food it contains. "If these costs j I excutrlx of the Estate of R. W. I said. Court. this 13th' day of OctoberA. BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS
D. 1959.Official
Deen Sr.. deceased: that ,I have HE '
can be divided over a larger.1 filed my petition for final discharge, ( Seal) Dockage Storage Free Ramp 9.2094
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and that on the 7th day of November RALPH E. 'HARBERT WE FINANCE
number of units, he. adds, "a 1959 I will apply to the Clerk of said Circuit Court' FLAGLER BEACH I \

saving is made." I Honorabl Duane Deen. County I Oct. 1522.29 & Nov. 5-4tc 1825 Ballough ,Rd-Daytona.
r Judge ,of Flagler County Florida,
Savings may also be made by for approval of said, final returns 1-
and for an order of final dischargeas
using inorganic sources of nitro executrix of the estate of R. W.

gen instead of organic sources, Deen. Sr., deceased.
Dated this 7th day of October. '
says the professor. He says research A. D. 1959. II AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY

data from all sections of I Mary \V. Deen (now Mary W. Barrs)
As Execturix of the Estate of R.,V.
the country have shown that Inorganic I Deen, Sr., Deceased.Oct. .
15-22-29 & Nov; 5-4tc
sources usually give as
AUTO BODY MILLAND FUEL OILKING'S
HOTEL BAR
good results as organics, and at LEGAL NOTICEIN

a much lower cost. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF J ODELL HERSEY'S Come And 'Visit TRUCK STOP
FLORIDA SEVENTH JUDICIAL, ,
Dr. Spinks lists six methodsof COUNTY.CIRCUIT. IN IN CHANCERY.AND FOR PUTNAM PAINT & BODY SHOP, AL AND ELLIE PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS '

obtaining fertilizer savings, JAKE P. WARD, a single man Complete ,Collision Service AT THEIR NEW BAR Delivery in the County on
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in Plaintiff, 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE "You'lll\Ieet Your Friends Here"
without losing efficiency production Fuel Oil Kerosene
vs Tractor Fue
& Fender Work
JOHN LONG, tt Body '
: "Use higher analysis Defendants. H. Painting, Matching Free Estimates FLAGLER BEACH I GasolineU.S.

fertilizers; use inorganic sourcesof THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: u.s. 1 So. OF BUNNELL _
John Long residence unknown Days ID 7-3J72-Nite: ID 7-3267 1 N. Bunnell ID 7.3676
: The Coolest for
nitrogen; buy,fertilizer-in bulk Robert, Thompson Heselton and Spot the Coolest _

instead of bags; use straight Clara: Evelin Heselton husband and SAN8p1plRr FURNITURE
AUTO SERVICE
wife who's last known addresswas
materials on highly fertilized City of'Bradford York County,
fit the fertilizer analysis Great Britain: R. S. Reinhardt and I McDANIEL'S GIFTS-LUNCHES
crops;
Laura P. Reinhardt. husband and On the Ocean Side of AlA 3 Miles REED'SDiscount
to a soil test; and'select, cheaper wife, who's last known residencewas Service Station North of Flagler Pier
Lincolnton
Lincoln. County, Furniture
materials as a source of plant,I North Carolina:, Anita A. Bailey, "Keep Cool at George & Millie's"PHONE I
food." who's last known residence was.alterboro. STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS UP TO 507. DISCOUNT
'\\ Colleton County, South HE 9-2156 '
On
Carolina: Roberta Barbour. who's Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs I' Furniture- .and Appliances
last known residence was Lincoln- New and Used
ton.Lincoln County North Carolina: Bunnell ID 7-7119 BUILDING SUPPLIES
Lena Relhnhardt Brown, who's last 1100 Flomich Ave.-Holly Hill
YOUR CLOSEST OUTLET known residence was Lincolnton
Lincoln County. North Carolina and Biddle Gulf Service WICKLINE
For Quality Furniture FLOOR COVERING
to all persons,claiming any estate
"We're Out of the right. title, or Interest' in. or lien. GAS-OIL-LUBRICATION Building Supplies
upon the real property herein described Tilecraft Compan--
Rent District"CHRIS'S
Hight or any part thereof GULF TIRES & BATTERIES
Defendants Greetings: CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS
FURNITURE- You are hereby Notified that a "LET US FLOOR YOU"
A. M.-I0 Days' STEEL
7
proceeding to Quiet Title has been Open P.M.-7
106O Rldfforood :Ave. Holly Hill brought in the Circuit Court for Armstrong &' Kentile
State&Lambert US 1:'-ID 7-7190 Beach HE 9.2254
Putnam County; Florida, against Flagler Sold and Installed
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right title on interest In, or lien All Work Guaranteed
Colonial
upon except as excluded in the Bill Service StationEARL. '
RCA VICTOR of Complaint"* ,the following described CLEANERS Ormond Beach OR 7-3181
real property situated In E. RICE ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION
LIVING COLOR TV I Putnam and Flagler Counties, Flor- GARDEN SHOP
ida, to-wit: BUNNELL CLEANERS
MOTOR TUNE-UP
"LOOK FOR THE PICTURE An Island situated in Crescent
Gray's Garden Center
IN THE WINDOW J Lake known as Bears Island GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES EVERY CLEANING
Southern Radio & Television and situated in Fractional Sec- Headquarters for Gardening Need
226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001 tion 20 and 21, Township 12 U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL SERVICE Ceramics Gifts Dry Arrangement
ORMOND I South Range 28 East of Tal- Materials
lahassee ,Meridian in Florida Hall's Atlantic Station Open Dally 8 to 6
containing 68.17 acres, accord- 'ADDuals Shrubbery Fertilizers
ing to the official Plat of the Phone ID 7-3188
Jack Hall TORO LAWN MOWERS
Proprietor
of the said lands
A survey returned -
i" BUNNELL to General Land Office I G .S-OILS-LUBRICATION- 115 N. Bay St Bunnell 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051
{' G LODGE No. 200 by the Surveyor General. ORMOND
and you are hereby required to file Tires-Batteries-Accessories
? F. & A. M. with the Clerk of said Court your i 1 CONCRETE PRODUCTS HARDWARE
written motions, plea or answer in ROAD SERVICE _
Meets First and Thud Tuesday said proceedings on or before No- BUNNELL Tel. ID '7-3652 Bunnell Farmers Supply Co. I
vember 16. 1959.' if any and servea Your "Q" For Concrete
Dean M. Peterson. M. copy of same upon the Plaintiff's JOHN DEERE
Attorney. Edward L. Bush. 914 J. L. Presswood Garage Agricultural&Industrial Equipment
JOHN A. CLEGG. Secy. Lemon Street Palat1 a. therein set- Dial CL 3-8113
ting up the estate right title or STANDARD PRODUCTS STEEL
g .I interest in. or lien upon, the above General Repairing-Road ServiceTires DAYTONA BEACH Bars & Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled '

.....N.. I'I'f I Herein described fail property not. or claimed Judgment by you.will Tubes A AccessoriesVisit Black&Galvanized Pipe & Fittings

;;:;ALFOBD be entered against you by default. Our Grocery Department Quillian's Concrete Inc.LAWN MOWER REPAIRS
f WITNESS my hand and, the seal I For Frozen Foods and Staples DEEP RD. Phone I"' 73143
]I of said Court at Palatka.' Putnam Cubed Ice _
IW.- County Florida this 9th day of HE 9-2139 FLAGLER BEACH
October. A.D. 1959. DRUG STORES Village Hardware Center
Estate Broke
f: (Official Seal)
A.V.. NICHOLS. JR. As Clerk of Sullivan's Gulf Service HOUSE PAINTS
'
: the Above Styled Court.
Florida By CAROLYN B. SAPP, D.C. GULF Anderson Drug Store Match and, mix 'any coloGASOILSLU
L ...._._.;_._......_. ..:.......--_._._ .Y. Oct.: 22-29 & Nov. 5-12--4t
._ Prescriptions Builder's Supplies Kitchenware:
TlRES-TUBES-ACCESSORIES
- I Beach Information Sick Room Supplies GIFTS GREETING CARDS
"Specializing in Service and ''AlA
Sundries
Clean Rest Rooms"In Ormond Beach CL 2-0420

= A. Install 2-100 Ib Cylinders The Heart of Flagler Beach BUNNELL PAINT STOREJERRY'S


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OF AUTO REPAIRS Moody's Pharmacy PAINT MART

4 ,, Shield's Service Station Flagler County's Corner Drug Store HANNA & VEL-VON PAINT

Arcadius Habel. Mechanic PRESCRIPTIONS One Coat PlastiC' Finish

COMPLETE.AUTO REPAIRS DRUGS-SUNDRIES Stops Masonry Dampness

S GREEK'S FUEL Right Now "We'll Overhaul 'I I FOUNTAIN SERVICE Paint Sundries

; Repair Your Power Mower i Bunnell Fla. Phone ID 73661EDGAR'S I 29 W -Granada-Ormond Beach .,

No Job Too Big Or Too Small Ph. OR 7-0761

GAS 111 No. Bay St-. Bunnell ORMOND PRESCRIPTION
R. MOODY

GARAGE PHARMACY PAINTING BY

24-Hour Towing Service Sick Room Supplies-Sundries Contract-Hour-Big or Small
i:1 Aid Ctiiectd T.i 24-Hour Prescription Service
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; COMPLETE ,AUTO REPAIRS ID 7-3240 Bunnell Florida
in Beach
.. Automatic Transmission Service Free Delivery art
Wheel Balancing-Front End 1 mL of
I Ytir E'riprewtI Alignment ORKCJ-DAJ : -T I.rtOR 7-1661 RADIO-TELEVISION

24O Granada Onmmd-OR 7-0883 I
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t AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONHOLLY Health Is Wealth
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BAR AND PACKAGE STORE Blacks Flower Shop Margaret Givens

; FLAGLER BEACH Phone IDlewocd 7-3348
.Fuel Gas ServicePHONE : Reg. Real Estate Broker
HOTEL BAR 'P.O. Box 3Bunnell, Fla. Notary Public

I "The Place Flowers For,All Occasions Specializing In '

'ID 7.3732"w Meeting We orders for Delivery OCEAN & RIVER ,PROPERTIES
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I 1 FLAGLER FOOD STORE Prices Good at Both Stores SHELTON'S SUPER MARKET
Thurs. Fri. Sat.
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Meats Anywhere Quantity Rights Reserved Your Friendly Store"Mayonnaise
SHURFINE SOUTHERN
303 CAN SHURFINE

FRUIT COCKTAIL "' YAMS ,

2 Can 5 $1 1 00
Quart 49 t $ 00' for ,

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CHICKEN OF THE SEA TIDE 2 I large 49<
Chunk 'Tuna'i 29 boxes
Limit 2 with $5.00 or more food order
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Convenient Frozen Foods QUALITY MEATS

a U.S. Grade A Full Cut
McKENZIES 10 OZ. '

{ Turnips & Roots 2 %t:: 25 j : : ROUNDSTEAK ,

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Breaded Shrimp, 2 for 89 Sliced Bacon cello 49C

SLICED FRESH
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BANANAS ..b.10i:; SUGAR CURED "By The Piece"

Smoked Bacon 35!
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: craft for aerial gunnery prac I Name "Dixie" was given to

J' : : Fire DamagesFlagler tice. the South, according to popular
Jlagt .Beach. ) belief, by who
Negroes were
Manor Ensign Robert K. Tunner is
fond of a Manhattan slave own- .
the officer in charge of the group
I I er by that name. ;
who have been stationed here
LUNA BABBITT I MondayA.M. since September 15 They expectto I ,I II

,Telephone HEmlock 9.2098 l I II I be here about another week.I I I 1 1I

I| The Flagler Beach fire department The detachment is composed I I I
EASTERN STAR TO LEFT FOR MONTH VACATIONMr. I I Hercules Vacuum Cleaner
SERVE SUNDAY DINNERAT I was called out about 3:30 of a'group from stations in \
WOMAN'S CLUB and :Mrs. E. J. Chaffee, accompanied Monday morning.to a fire at the sonville Sanford, Norfolk Jack-I I Sewing Machine Corp.
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by her mother, Mrs. Flagler Manor on South AlA. Puerto Rico.
The Bunnell Eastern Star Bess Wilcox, left last week on The fire apparently started Those who assisted- at the fire I I We can furnish parts for and

Chapter is planning to serve a a trip to 'Hawaii, with other from wiring on the front of the Monday with handling of hose,I I service any sewing machineor
dinner through the noon hour visits scheduled on their way. building and caused consider- foam fighting machine, directing vacuum cleaner. Real bar
Sunday in the Woman's Club They stopped with relatives inPens'acola able damage to ,the front of the I traffic and so on were: Eu-I:! gains on new, used & rebuilt

building, according to Mrs. Ag with Mr. and Mrs. building before it was extingu gene Lewis, AB1; Robert Cates,.I machines.

nes Yelvington,' worthy matron. Bob Benson and family in San ished. AB1; Myers AD3; Michael McDonald 021 Voluala Aie. Daytona Beach

There is an advance sale of Antonio, Texas, and other rela- The Flagler Beach volunteerfire AT3; Emanuel CaraliI CL 3-6661
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tickets by the members. tives in Los,Angeles before leaving department with their mod I vanos anti '7. P. Ford, GSC. 1'I

there on a fight to Honolulu.Bob ern water,pumping machine was ,
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,Benson is Mrs. Wilcox'sson I assisted by the fire fighting'I
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Keith Lovell and
Mr. and Mrs.
and she spent several daysin foam equipment of the U. S. Na-
daughter, Kandyce,. spent the Gainesville before leaving on I vy deatchment'of the Com. Air
weekend in Jacksonville visiting that trip with her other son and I Atlantic stationed at the1 Bunnell Jam SessionSunday
with his sister, Mrs. Earl
daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs." airport. The Bunnell fire depart

Leighty. Dudley Benson. They accom- ment also went over as a stand
panied her home'Sunday for the by but they were not needed as Afternoon
Mrs. Sidney Ledbetter and
day. the department had the situa-
Mrs. Leona Ward from .Eustis
were visitors here with Mrs. tion under control. 4 to o'clock

Gladine Chalflnch last Wednes- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ireland NAVY MEN ASSIST I j

day. from Orlando and Mr. and Mrs. IN FIRE FIGHTINGThe By

I Terrell % Dowdy from High Navy group of men who

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Massie have Springs spent the weekend at are on, temporary assignment at Aubrey May and his Rockets
returned to their home in North I the Flagler Beach hotel. They the local airport are to be com
Carolina after spending three were here to attend the Moody mended for their willingness to

weeks in their beach home here. Family Reunion in Bunnell Sunday. assist the volunteer fire depart-
LUCKY'S BAR
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Mrs. Betty Shultz accompanied morning. AlA Highway
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by her sister, Mrs. Frances They are stationed here on a .
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey SUftder
Ruston, returned here last week temporary basis tracking and Flagler Beach
left last. week 'for their homein
from 'Jacksonville. radio controlling pilotless air
I Tampa after spending two I
weeks here in the Wischow .
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Whet- ,
stone had as guests during the place. I j
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GOOD NEWS
weekend Mr. and Mrs. Oscar for potato
Larson, former residents here, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hunter in growers
and Mrs. John Larson from recently announced the arrivalof

Mrs.Clearwater.Ida 'Webb Other and guests Mrs. Sadie were their will second remembered. son. Mrs.as Hunter the- Now you can get effective, long residual( : I

: York from. Long Island. -N., Y. former Paula Fay. Cummins.".- )
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Guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. John Knosko and : SOUTHERN POTATO-:{ : r..
Lynk this week are their Mrs. Nettie Brusich spent Sunday '7 [
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daughter, Mrs. C. C. Knudson evening in Ormond Beach .f
' from Madison, Wis., and Mrs. visiting with' Mr.:*and Mrs. Peter i

i-.' from Lynk's Winter sister,Park.Mrs. Hazel Roth Dzioba. :WIREWORM; [ \ S!;:


' Jim Moore left ten' days ago ....
Donnie Aaron came to spend to visit his mother. Mrs. T. R. ; ,
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Donnie recently has been trans- After arriving there he became'
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:- ferred to Fort Gordon,.Ga. to ill with 'a strep throat and was
>.A Fort Benning, Ga. admitted to the Roanoke Vet- ;

,. erans Hospital. His friends wish WITH _

-.. '. him a speedy recovery. 'I'I

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,. 1 JEWELERDIAMONDSWATCHES 'IJf 'IJ I surgery Daytona in the Beach Halifax last Hospitalin week. IAZIN


REPAIRING Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Moody and
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were visitors here Sunday with
f REFINANCE YOUR DEBTS I
his father, George Moody. They
With.cr Long Term
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:' FEDERAL LAND BANK union. l

Now versatile Diazinon-The standard for
FARM LOANR.
I News came of_ the arrival of f! multiple insect control on fruits and vegetablesis ..
r. W. BRYAN a new daughter born to Mr. and accepted for use as a soil insecticide for
Production Credit Assn. Mrs. Lloyd Stone in Pierson. Mrs. 4 'control'of Southern Potato Wireworm. .
Wednesday-10 Stone is the daughter of Mr. and f M This is good newt to potato growers. Thesefour ,
t\\ 41 big Diazinon advantage tell you,why. <
FALATKA. FLORIDA Mrs. Herbert Gray. : I
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the job where chlorinated hydrocarbons fail. f

t f : LONG RESIDUAL ACTION-One application of

.USEDIAZINON y;; Diazinon prior to planting protects tubers 0
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< c'.? & SAFE-Diazinon is one of the safer phosphate :k

1 r insecticides. _
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TS rjy. VERSATILE-Applied as a foliar spray, .
.. iU Diazinon is also effective against other insect
... pests attacking potatoes, including flea beetles, :. .
;: Colorado potato beetles and dipterous. y
) ;L j' leaf miners. ,/ "'

tFASCO AND. : ( Apply As s Sell Ir..'...' : :: 'i _
: Apply effective, safe Diazinon to potato fields < ,e.,
as a soil treatment prior to planting.Use sufficient .
\ water to achieve thorough coverage. Then mix 7 r '
; thoroughly by discing, or other means,.to the top ,
: : -.. three to six inches of soil depending upon the
: PARATHIONEMULSION location of the wireworms. Diazinon's long residual '
: action protects the tubers until harvest. $Y.

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: >- For Control of ,""/*/ Mro.*of DOT MtecTiciois Call your supplier right now! '}
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MRS. BRADLEY IS visited here during the past I CARD OF THANKS
HOSTESS TO ESPANOLANEIGHBORS I weekend with Mr. and. Mrs. R. We would like to express our
CLUB W. Deen, Jr.CARD. thanks and appreciation to all

Mrs. A. G. Bradley entertain those thoughtful friends and
ed members of the EspanolaClub OF THANKS neighbors who came to our rescue -

OGALS o at her home Thursday after We want to thank the Doctor when our home burned.
. 1 noon. It was a social meetingof and all Nurses for their care The many thoughtful deeds-
the Club to welcome Mrs. and all the friends for.the visits, by friends in ,our time of need
George Taylor as a new neigh beautiful cards and wonderful has meant much to us and will.

YOUTH COUNCIL,,.. BUNNELL P-TJV. I gifts while we were in the Hos I always be a cherished memory..
PLANS FOR 7 AND 8 WILL MEET ON I bor.Those enjoying' the afternoon pital. We appreciate your kind. Sincerely. *
GRADES SATURDAY TUESDAY AFTERNOONThe I with Mrs. Bradley were: Mrs.E. ness very much. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ramsey

Youth Council Board of Directors Bunnell Parent-Teacher I A. Hunter, Mrs. Mob le Emery, Luke and Henry Wells. and family.

voted at their ,meeting Association will meet at 3:30 Mrs. Grace Emery, Mrs. Jewell .
Thursday evening to hold Youth Tuesday afternoon in the Bun Edwards, Mrs. George Taylor, CARD OF THANKSI
Council for the High School nell School cafeteria for a business Mrs. Arline Knight and Mrs. would like to thank my

group each two weeks beginning meeting. Lucille Cobb. friends for the flowers and cards TV Bob
t November 14, Mrs. Robert Billy Wadsworth will speak I Mrs. Bradley was assisted in sent to me and also the visits
Cook said today.Beginning on Juvenille Court Procedure, as I serving tempting refreshments j while I was in the hospital. Your
this Saturday .evening guest speaker for the afternoon., to her guests by Mrs. Cobb and kindness is greatly. appreciated. SERVICEall

November. 7, the Youth Mrs. Cora Buckles has urged I Mrs. Knight. Sincerely, makes

Council will be open for the the parents to return by Fridaythe I. Grady Lee
Seventh and Eighth graders. quesationaires which have, Mrs. Etta Hughes of Alexan Sales, Tubes and '
t i They have also planned "a special been been sent out to poll avote'}, dria, Indiana, has arrived hereto Florida employed 58,984 peo-
party and will serve refreshments on afternoon or evening meet make her home with her ple to man its educational Antenna Installation

I at this meeting she ings of the P-T.A. I daughter, Mrs. Harry Daugherty. ties in 1958, and paid them faciU-1 PHONE HE 9-2204
added. They will be open from I tal of'$22.12 million monthly. .
7:30 to 10:00. JOHN JEFFERY HARPERMr. I Henry Wells returned to his --
The schedule for Novemberwill and Mrs. Keith Harper of home Monday after several I- U
be 7 and 8 grades on No- Bunnell are the parents.of'a six I weeks in the Flagler Clinic and

vember 7 and 21st. November pound four and half ounce son, Hospital recovering from injuries CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
14 and 28 will be the High born at the Flagler Clinic and received in a wreck.

school age group. \ Hospital on October 30. He has H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
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been given the name of John George Den of Baxley, Ga., JOHN HARDIN Associate
\ CREALS ARE HOSTS Jeffery.
I AIR OXYGEN
TO MEMBERS OF LADY
IDLEWOOD CLUB CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
RICHARD WESLEY KING Electric Contracting ATTENDANT
Mr. and, Mrs. Charles Creal I Mr. and Mrs. Earl King of AMBULANCES
were hosts to members of the Florida announcethe JOHN RODGERSPh.
Punta Gorda, Phone ID 7-3532
Idlewood Club and their hus- !
born October -
arrival of a son .
ID '.340S-Bunnell. Flay
bands for'a covered dish dinner I 29. He weighed five pounds 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA .
and Haloween party. and has been
and four ounces, --
Those enjoying the affair with I given the name of Richard Wes I
the Creals were: Mr. and Mrs.t .
I ley King.
M. B. McDaniel Mr. and Mrs. '
He is.the grandson of Mrs. ; .
Lamar Haris, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Gerald Hosford of Bunnell. :- i.; "' .
Rodgers, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard I.
Moody, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
ELIZABETH ANN DAWSONMr.
Cowart Jr., 'Mr. ,and Mrs. Clifford -
. Higginbotham, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Carl L. Dawson ,- Taste
Jimmy Kelley, and Myrna announce the arrival of a } ns
Knight.Mrs. daughter born October 26 at the
Flagler Clinic and Hospital. She

Kate Waters of Waycross, weighed 7%pounds and has I I ,, -.,
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r-, Red,& White'No. 2 / Can. 1 .' Vi. :*: and go visiting. shopping news-gathering. ;.: _

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: ; Winter Garden Sy' phones where you need them most. Just call us :.:Y-4 $
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Florida Mineral I selling for ,$30,988,000Phos-i To Lose Weight --I food you need for vigor and vim. ix THE ciucriT: COURT OF'FI.AGLF.it

phate, however, is the state'smost 1 1 pint xof milk. This mightbe 'I'CIIAACKHYO.COUNTY.'3829 FLORIDA IV

valuable mineral with 10- skimmilk buttermilk. ANNA JANNUZZlTPPlaintiff.'
or
Production Rises 573,000 tons selling for $67,353000 ; ,- IPushAwayFro.m, I 2 servings high' protein food 1 I I I I'vs. .

last year. This volume of Table Is Advised (meat, fish, cheese or eggs). i ROY JANNUZZI. Defendant.

Florida-produced minerals sold phosphate was 73 per cent of I 4 servings cereal (breads or NOTICE TO IJKKKM

at the mines last year" for $142 the national production. Cutting calories is the ,only cereals). I I THE STATE Roy Jannuzzl OF FLORIDA TO:
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million, the Florida State, Cham- Titainium concentrates (ilme-- way to lose weight. 1 serving green leafy or yellow I,I East.1312 Bhrd.North Bergen.

ber of Commerce reports.A nite and rutile) amounted to Pushing yourself from vegetables. I New Jersey
away I I You are hereby notified that
marked growth in both 190,000 tons and sales came to the table> at the right ,time is 1 serving citrus or tomatoes .suit has been filed against you In a
the
mineral, production and value $5,495,000. Zirconium concentrate a surer way of controlling (high in vitamin C). are, above hereby entitled required cause to ;file and your you

has ,taken place in Florida since came to 30,000 tons worth weight over a long time than 2 servings other fruits and |I'I answer Court and with to the Clerk of this.
'1950. Last year's sales were serve a copy thereof
$1,018,000. trying fad diets. vegetables. j I upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney -

more than double the 1950 fig.. I Production of 450,000/tons, of I Here are some suggestions a- Remember these, rules also: I is: whose name and address

ure. The expansion came prin.dpallyin I clays sold for $5,803,000; and bout how to lose weight safely J eat few pastries and other des- I W.407%Cecil Main Grant Street ,

the early 1950's, level 5,490,000 tons of sand and gravel and yet gain the' best results. I\ serts, eat smaller servings of I Daytona Beach. Florida f
ing off the past three years. all foods breakfast not later than December 7. A. D..
I brought' $4,388,000. The 36,000 If you cut the,number of calories eat an adequate '11'59.

The figure for 1957 was $136 mil tons of peat dug in Florida were your body needs by 500 a] use less fat and seasoningand i i confesso I you fall will to be do entered so. decree against pro

lion, worth $165,000.Other day, you should lose a pound a cut out snacks, unless you you tor the relief demanded in the
bill
Crushed limestone is producedin minerals, together munch raw carrots let- i of complaint. The nature of
reported celery
) week. Activity, age and climate or BairT2lJit being for Divorce.
larger quantities than any under a total value of influence calorie needs. tuce. They are tasty and filling,' WITNESS my hand and teal of
your said Court this 3rd of
I day Novem-
other mineral _in Florida. Last $27 million, included cement Men sitting most of the day ; yet low in calories. ber A. D., 1959.

year, 23,459,000 tons were dug, lime, staurolite, petroleum, natural -I need 2,000 to 2,200 calories a I II -- r-- (Official KAWH.B.HARBERT.Seal) .

and dimension lime- NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION Clerk of said Circuit Court
gas

day women 16001800. For Nov
PAINT 1 I ; ICOMMISSIONL.RM f! J 5-lY-19.26-4tc
FREE. OF HOARD OF COUNTY
stone. Although the, Florida production tense work while sitting, men CLOSING A IIOAD

.. One extra gallon of your choice of some of. these miner- I require 2,200.2,700 and women, AND RENOUNCING AND DISCLAIMING I IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF 1
ANY RIGHT OF FLAGLER
with each gallon buyMary I COUNTY.
you "LORIDA.
als is large, their values are 19002200. Working,while standing COUNTY AND THE PUBLIC IN CIlANCEnr N0. 3(369 IX ,
AND TO THE LAND LYING WITHIN i RUBEN R.
Carter Paint Store lumped together to avoid disclosing WILLIAMSON.
or walking requires 2,800- THE CONFINES THEREOF.TO I Plaintiff
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
individual plant :
Ormoad Beach at Coquina Sara opera 3,000 for men and 2,300-2,500 for I Notice is hereby given that on 1 I ARLINE F.LILABETH

JLUa Weatcate Saoppla* Oater tion. women., Work using muscles j November 2, 1959 in accordance I; WILLIAMSON
with Section 336.09 and 336.10. Florida I
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plowing or painting).What, FLORIDA. TO:
County Florida adopted Resolution Arline ElizabethVilliaroson
FOR ALL HOURS DAY; OR NIGHT .
I! type are you? Cut calories by I closing vacating ind Address Unknown
ing a certain public road abandOn-j I You are hereby notified that
500 and a gradual weight loss as follows: suit has been filed against n.

AMBULANCE I will occur: I the The alleyway County and road Lots occupying 10 and 20 the are hereby above entitled required cause to file; and you you in

PHONE VAlley, -1A9Jrt Plan your family meals,wiselyto in Block 15 of the plat of Korona I I with the Clerk of this your Court.answer -
Flagler County. Florida. It beIng and to serve a copy thereof
SERVICE include the nutrients that the intention of this petition the Plaintiff or plaintiffs upon
> ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA to request that said alley- !I whose name and address attorney.Is:
will keep you and your family way be closed and that the county Ray Selden
young and full of get-up and road be vacated, abandoned Selden Building
Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. Wean and discontinued and the 800 Main Street
go. Plenty of milk, fruits and title to the 'alleyway and Lots Beach, Florida
always at Your service with promptness, safety and 10 and 20 of Block 15 be renounced not later than November 27. A. D..
vegetables will supply needed and disclaimed and the 1959. .

experience* nutrients and are low in ca title vested in petitioners. If you fall to do so. decree pro
and renouncing and confesso
disclaimingany will be entered against
lories. right of the County and the you for the relief demanded
Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator foods public in and to the land lying bill of complaint. The nature in the
If you eat the following within the confines of the said wiS-wic being for divorce. of

I daily, you will get the proteins, portion of said road aforesaid. hand and
Garcia Funeral Home Dated this 3rd day of NovemberA. said Court this 2l8t day of October
minerals, vitamins and energy D. 1959. A. D. 1959.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS (Official Seal)
P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director OF FLAGLER RALPH E. HARBERT
COUNTY FLORIDA Clerk of said Circuit
LADY ASSISTANT Distemper is commonly considered s Ralph E. Harbert Oct. 29 & Nov. S-12-19--ttc Court.
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I NOTICE FOIl IUDS 1
4.f a Notice nV8 hereby given that the
It Flagler Mosquito Control District
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t East Flagler MosqUito Control District -
of Flagler County, Flagler .
Beach. Florida will accept sealed
bids
at the
2.fflce on Highway
(Although this addressed, to Chevrolet owners, we'd be glad to have you read it, no matter what make you until 7 miles 6:00 north of Flagler Beach AlA up

now own or plan to buy. It might well,be as interesting and significant you as to the Chevrolet owner.) 1959 for furnishing o-clocktP.MNovembr one 0) good ii.
I used Truck ne-half ton Pickup.
.
Bids
will be
opened
and
read
I at
-.o.:; f 7:00 P. M. on November 11. 1959 at
the
office on Highway A1A.

, y>. :..__ ., TO THE MORE THAN 16 MILLION PEOPLE I of fOllowing successful bids.' the bidder District's- will be tabulation notified The

i<> : j The

; ";: WHO OWN 'CHEVROLETS .\. ,> -, waive to reject any District any informalities reserves and all In the bids bidding.right and

'\ ..._ /I: .- '.E/IJ/ :.'< East Flagler Mosquito! Control

\ District
3 By: Lyman 1. Gag. Secretar
Oct. 22-29 & Nov. 53tcIN
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I 'rIiE CIItCIJIT COURT OF TIIKCIRCUIT
.a.l\.U JUUICIAL ;
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> ( TY, 'I.oIUnA. J\o. 774

OFOLLWINGfIDESCRIBED I'ROI-

EUTY:
One 1951 4 door Buick Sedan SerIal -
No. 63494944.
One 1951 4 door Dodge Sedan, Motor -
1'0 DU-S0811.
One 1948 4 door Chevrolet Sedan
Motor No Faa 439124. ,
One 1951 4 door Mercury. Serial
.
No.
ME 958491\1.
One 1950 2 door Ford Sedan ID
,. No. IIDMIt 11458.
iJ Seinal 1953 4 door Mercury Sedan,
.. No. UM-E11595M.
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NOTICE OP SALE
!. .... Notice is hereby given 'that in
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accordance L with the provisions of
C Section
f62.405. Florida Statutes
:' '. '.' 1957, the above described property
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win
be offered for 8ale "r cash
; [ to' the highest bidder on the 6th
day of November 1959, at eleven
o'clock A. M. ,
f'y The first and the latest-the 1912 and the 1960 Chevrolet. The progress represented here is the result of continuing The amount of highest bid must
be paid
',' I -.. efforts to make.your new Chevrolet always more beautiful, more'useful and.more valuable in every respect.. I delivery mediately immediately of thereafter.articles after accepted sale and im-


.. ',' I You belong to the largest family of nom cat, roomier, more quiet and coot proved service equipment and tech- the respective vehicles at bidders the Flagler may inspect

f < owners in the automotive world. fortable,easier to handle and maneuver. n quea. Maintain the industry's most Jail, on East Moody Boulevard County

! We hope you're proud of that. It Introduced the compact and revolutionary complete parts warehouse system. during Receipt business hours. .

t; must give you great\; satisfaction to Corvair. Produced a new line Finally,neither Chevrolet nor your bIJ will be for1 given amount immediately of highest after -

r know that your judgment in choosing of Chevrolet trucks with unprecedented Chevrolet dealer has any intention sale. Bill of sale will be ex-

k' Chevrolet has been confirmed by so advances in efficiency, cargo handling; of forgetting you after you buy. To ec.uid within two and delivered(2) days after to purchaser sale.

, many,other people. driver comfort and ability to get a job help keep you happy with your Chevrolet Dated this 1
\ A. D. 1959
We know that we can hold your done. we have: established a department RALPH E. HARBERT
t. '.' preference and loyalty only by But it isn't enough to design and Clerk
" ',, your new to us, and so far as we Circuit Court
meeting our responsibilities to build the kinds fprCducyou want. Oct. 22-29 & Nov. 5-3t f:: t ; you know,.new to the automobile indus-
; fully and completely from the day They must be built right. ,Solidly. try. This'is the Chevrolet Department
,
you buy your Chevrolet to the! day Carefully. of Owner Relations, whose only job is
;.. you trade it in. And so we'd like to Let us assure you of this: Chev Chn- .
the coordination of Chevrolet and
,::J,;,, = talk with you about our responsibilities rolet's fine reputation as"a solid, well- that mItt 3Jrlaglrr {aribnnpFLORIDA
x : .f, .:i as we see them, and what built, dependable product being safe utmostU41sfaetiori 8 so you entire enjoy,

.' 4 we are doing to meet them. guarded by more checks and inspections during your I BIJ1IKELL! ,

f. -,: : Our first responsibility, we think, and tests, than ever before. > period of ownership. Through' this

: j ::_; is clear:To design and build products Along with your Chevrolet dealer, department, and through"all tbr I

; that satisfy your needs and your we, want you to have available the other extraordinary steps we are MRS. M., B. FULLER Editor
\ i wants to the highest possible degree. finest and most complete service ''taking, Chevrolet and your Chevrolet '

:. '} 'l'r To that end, we .have done these' facilities. That is why we: Conduct dealer hope to keep you a happy Dea..ted Official .....eaU..

things for 1960: '. .l training schools for Chevrolet dealer member. of the ,Chevrolet owner for Public Ifetlee. of Vlmgler

,4 ', =q Made the '1960 Chevrolet more ecomechanics.. Study and recommend imfamily.. Duty MoMlelpallUeo
; v "' therela
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: dad time State of Florida
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; . 41.ills at taa p..telex I
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PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL FLORIDA
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Flagler: Beach Fpurth Grade-Victoria Missin-I Flagler Cut of in the state has been declining.Last 795 cords; St. Johns 67,868 ,cords; !
I I ne, Eleanor Shill year," capacity in Florida Taylor 63,215 cords; Columbia '

School NewsW. can, Jo Ann Wilson accounted for 18 per cent of the 63,199 cords; .
I i
Robbie. Pulp in 1958 Givens ,southern total and the wood cut !
Flagler 59,504 cords; Bradford
E. Fennell Jr., was elected Fifth Grade-Linda Skolar,I for 9 per cent.
55,523 cords; Duval 54,104 cords;
president of the Area VB of the and Arthur McDaniel. I Cords The. Florida pulpwood cut last }
59,504 Volusia 52,519 cords; Alachua
Florida'Education Association Sixth Grade-Stuart, Rockett, I year was made up of 1,690,000
48,042 cords
Levy 45,729cords
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which was held in Green Cove Kay Weaver, Gloria Prather, and cords of pine and 61,500'cords of
Springs last week. Mrs. Rosemary Margaret ,Hoskins.'District According to the Florida State hardwood. In addition, 82,600 Escambia 44,882' cords and Dixie I
43,516 cords.
Chamber of Commerce, Flagler
Brown was also elected cords, principally pine, of resi-
I These 18 counties accountedfor
County cut 59,504 cords of pulp-
secretary of the group. dues from other mills were used
wood in 1958. For the state asa 65 per cent of the state cut,
Mr. Fennell is principal ofthe'I I by the pulp mills. These residues
1 Six of.Women's whole ther .&was cut 1.8 million not including residue wood.
Flagler Beach and Mrs. BrownIs were sawmill chips, veneer
Eight of the counties gained'ov
a teacher in the primary de- cgrds. v cores, poles and piling trim and I
1957
and
er the others
dropped,
partment. I About 60 per cent .of the val- cull, crossties, all representing a

Plans are being made for the I. Clubs ume was consumed' by the pulp relatively new source of pulping I(several cent decline more for than the the state.10 per

Area VB group to meet in Flag. I mills in the state, the report de material. Throughout the south, I ..

ler Beach. clared. almost 1.8 million cords of these
.
i Holds Meet HereThe
The children of the school pur The 10 mills in Florida which residues were utilized in this

chased $12.25 worth of Savings produce wood pulp v have a com way last year. In former years

Stamps last month. annual meeting of Dis bined 24-hour capacity of 8,100 they have been ,burned as trashor Bunnell TheatreFri.

Following is the Honor Roll trict Six, of Florida Federationof tons, placing the state at the for household heat.

for the first six weeks period of Women's Clubs met here top of the list among the 12 Last year's cut of pulpwoodin
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the school year: Monday morning with the, Flag southern states.., While mill ca-, Florida dropped 10 per cent & Sat. Nov. 6-7
Third Grade-Susan Duncan,i I, ler Beach Woman's Club serving pacity has been expanding in below 1957'and' was 3 per cent

David Johnson, Joyce Robinson, I I as hostess. recent years, the pulpwood cut below the previous 5-year av ATTILA
Buddy Moore and Monica Huber. The 10 o'clock morning session -- erage. 'Production by leading
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I j I was held at the First Methodist counties placed Marion countyat Starring

Church of Bunnell with Mrs,. W. top spot with a cut of 89,828 Anthony Quinn and Sophia
CLASSIFIEDADS i I H. Jackson presiding in the ab cords.

sence of the district director, >;vs sor Nassau was next with produc- Loren

Mrs. James O. Stockton, who was 5 tion of 89,127 cords; Baker 88- ,

241; Hamilton 73,882 cords; San
ill.Rev.
William Spicer, Jr.,. ta Rosa 71,096 cords Putnam
pas ; 70- Sun. & Mon. Nov. 8.9
f.NtIago .a4.e ala ....!... a..
seats per word e.eb I s.rtloae6e tor 'of the church, gave the invocation
eemt I* Mi.im.'m eiarge and Ray Mercer was TRY A I THE DEVILS DISCIPLE

FOUND-A black and white organist. The welcome was given ,= f NEW PER Starring

,.hound, owner may contact, Stanley by Mrs. Reynold! Hoover, president Electrical Work i

Germak by mall at Rt 1, of the hostess club, and the Burt Lancaster. Kirk Douglas
I. Phone ID 7-3589 or call
Box 248, Bunnell. 11-5-ltp response was given by Mrs. Wal
HARRIS APPLIANCE CO. and Laurence Olivier
lace Gabler.
You can become successful in Following the introduction of Harold Emery I
business for /
,. yourself. OpportunIty state officers, reports of committees -
now'ln' Flagler Co. For information presentation of senior and YOU'R RIGHT,WHY ]
see S. A. Smith, Box 1011 I UOOSS SLEEP,USE I I
club
junior presidents followed. j Insured & Rest AssuredGET
DeLand or write Rawleigh's Dept. Election of officers resulted in THE NEWSPAPER INSIRE-Sfay

AJK--360.534, Memphis, Tenn. Mrs. Eula Davis of DeLand being

,Nov. 5.12-19-3t I elected District Director SenIor II THE BEST PROTECTION FROM

FOR SALE rent or long term and Mrs. Stuart Fagen of I

lease, 2 story house 2 blocks Daytona Beach as District Di. H. T. COOK AGENCY
from business district Bunnell. rector Junior. Mrs. Alva Hay- ANA I
man of Orange City was elected irsECONOMICAL
Upstairs 2 bedrooms, living room, !
Citizens Bank Bunnell Florida
Bldg.
bath and kitchen.,,Downstairs 3 district ,secretary. I ,
bedrooms, living room, kitchen, Speakers for the morning ses .. 'W -'la.

r utility room and bath. Write or sion included ,the Junior District f I

. phone R.P. McGee P.O. Box 1336, Director Mrs. Joseph Clark who

f St.: Augustine, Fla. Phone VA 95665. 'I I spoke on :'Magnificent Journey." e ?
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:. ,. '10-22--3tp Also Mrs. 'C. L. Menser, presi "IPS THE CERTAINLY MOSTBEAUTIFUL '- I :. .._ -" ',.... .

dent of Florida Federation of CAR l .5. '- ....,. ..." "'
I Women's Clubs who spoke. on OF ITS SIZE!" t-w .' ?,"-
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"Federation ,,Flagship." EASIEST' ..
YOU CANNOT 1 BUY AVON \'S ; "AND irS THE ,
LCOSMETICS, it's because we During the' noon recess the CAR IN THE WORLD TO OWN1" ..
, need an, AVON Representative ..
r: V In your, area. For interview, members formed a motorcade to .3
q -V write box %46, Lockhart. Fla. the club house in Flagler Beach
,, Manager will call at your home. "*
In Daytona. call CL,t-4411. I for a luncheon.
The afternoon session opened

f;. FOR SALE -1956'Jeep pickup, 4- with Rev. Reynold Hoover, pas

wheel drive, Al shape, low mileage tor of the Flagler Beach'Method

t. best offer. Phone HE 92067. 1st Church, giving the invoca-
Oct. 224tcSEPTIC tion. The Ormond Beach Wom ;

an's Club Chorus furnished
mu-
[ TANK-cleaning reason sic. A.. .

able rates. George Jarosz, Phone s '
l 0) 73410. 5 28-11 5 tc ;. W.:<':
[HALLOWEEN PARTIES

f FOR SALE-2 bedroom house, ITERMED'SUCESSFUL

f C. B.S. Large lot and large gar .i Mrs.< George Clegg said .today

rage. Conn. Ave., Hillcrest, Flag the children participating n the

'" ler Beach. Call H.L. ,Lerch, 'I. UNICEF drive and Halloween
. FALCON the New- ize Ford .isAmerica's
. \ HE 92395. 10-1-tfcJOHNSTON'S parties under,sponsorship of the .

H I Saturday Parent-Teacher night Association collected $114.94for last loweut- iced 6-passenger card ": .

needy children in other

FLAGLER BEACH REALTY ,CO. lands Over 200 children took
( The Falcon is priced up to $72 less than Up to 30 mpg. The Falcon's outstanding gas '.
:LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, part in the drive and enjoyedthe its rear-engine competitor as much as economy was proven when a fleet of Falcons ; t-; ..

WATER FRONT, FARMS, parties at private homes. $124 less than other American-built, so- traveled every mile of numbered Federal high ;.

ACREAGE "The, committee would like called compact 6-passenger cars. And'the way in Economy Run, U.S.A. Another savings: _. r
for real to thank everyone for their cooperation The Falcon. goes up to 4000 miles between
See JOM your estate needs I new Ford Falcon is the easiest car in the

1 \ Office Phone HE 9-2032 and understanding 'as world,to own. Just look_ at these Falcon oil changes. '.
well as their contributions to Front mounted For and han, .t
engine. stability
Residence Phones ID 7-3691 I I superiorities: .
UNICEF 'Mrs;Clegg added. ". # the Falcon's is '
V.. or ID 7-3517 II I ,dling case, six-cylinder! engine

.. -.. ___ ___ ___ ___ ____ _____ .-... I I Beauty and economy! The Falcon has the mounted up front. And there is plenty of free ', '
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heat from the Falcon fresh-air, hot-water heating -
r clean lines and the uncluttered good looks of :
-- I the glamorous 60 Fords. Diamond Lustre system, with no sacrifice of gas mileage in -_ ;.
4'e struc.coldweather driving. .
Finish never needs waxing. Galvanized '" '
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< tural members resist rust and corrosion. Bolt-on .
New luxury interiors. You'll find the same
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:,. ._.T :, John M. Canakaris, M: D. ');'. front fenders cost less, replace easily. quality materials and taste in design as in the :-
,; '-"" big new.Fords. Door panels are fully uphol
'< with all their ,
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Seats six lug
passengers e. .'
:. :: ." Announces: The Association ,' : { The Falcon easily seats six big adults in bull f- stered.Front seat cushions are generously foam-"' .
for-people comfort. mere floor-mounted padded. Thick roof insulation guards against

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rear holds over 23 cu. ft. on vumnfacturenf luI retail delutrtd prier
= John H. Wachal M/D; \ '.. .
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y ; '?:';?: ;!: Flagler ClinicHospital'. .:-.J.i Easiest car !In tb- world to ownr.OJLF. .,
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(i ,. {.::{ .- :. .' WORLD'S MOST EXPERIENCED NEW CAR ;,
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