The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: November 26, 1959
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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,J '-: Improvements-- I,Plans For Annual ,

L- To Community Bar B Q, & Races

Center BuildingThe I I Shaping Up Nicely y:1

repairs, additions, and 1 1I Flagler Cattlemen's AssoClation's .,:

renovation of the Bunnell Community j president, Alfred Tucker, .
Center building'will be said today plans are shaping up
completed this week, City Clerk I very nicely for the Annual BarB ,']
L. H. Drady said today. Q and Horse Racing program
The inside repairs and ad- on Saturday, December 5. .
ditions include a new ceiling, The program will be held at
overhead sound system, an improved I
i the: Cattlemen's raceway on U.S. ;
-. lighting system with : 1 south of Bunnell. The Bar B
.,.. overhead lights flush with the I I Q Dinner will be served at'noon. '
ceiling. A new heating unit As an added attraction this 1

The floor has been sanded and 4')4r4 I II F year, members of the Association << -
the woodwork
waxed and re
** I 1 1I 1I 1I' I are, making ,an effort to
painted. have a topnotch cutting horse
... Outside number of repairs I '
a \ I contest. A number of the popular .
have been made to the building I contests and races will be ;. .,
which includes a new roof. Con- I ',
t $ t on the day's program, ;
P P 3yI
work has been doneon
siderable ,
Spokesman for the Associationsaid
the grounds, filling .in low<< I'
.they have purchased U. S.
spots and cleaning up in gene- I'i Choice boneless beef loin to be

ral. i barbequed, along with pork. ;
I $ 4i'
Future plans include plantingtrees r; ;) ,, A number of the Association
around the lake and I :.
i Members are working on ad- -
grounds and additions of srub- I ; :,vanced ticket sales and it is,expected -
bery. The work on landscapingthe I i
j that a record crowd will
begun'last i i
grounds was i be in attendance.
summer when plans were drawn I
by County Agent Howard Taylor.A Miss' Betty Jo Revels of Bunnell was selected Miss Birthplace, of Speed in a I

number of plants were addedto contest held Sunday evening in Ormond Beach. She was crowned in a coronation I Miss Morris to

the base plantings at that ceremony Tuesday evening at the Ellinor Village Country Club at the CoronationBall.

time. Vie-for Junior

The Beauty Contest was held Sunday Evening in Ormond Beach launching an

:Thanksgiving Day eight-day celebration marking the 57th anniversary: of' auto racing on the beach Miss Florida

I course there. The festivities will end with an antique car meet Saturday and Sunday I I
: Service At The Miss JoAnn Morris' of Bunnell
on the original Beach Course. *- has been invited to participatein

t.. Methodist Church Miss Revels was sponsored in the contest. by the Bunnell Lions, Club. She the Junior Miss Florida Con-

;. :...."' .A-' .- ..... -. 'I h.. "Service' I is. 'the*.dau ghtcr; of'' .Mr. ,and-Mrs;'Robert Revels ofj Bunnell She is member: of test-to be' held'Jn' ; Leesburgdur ,- -. .

will Tnanksgivlrii be held at the Day Bunnell i the Senior Class of Bunnell High School. She was Miss Flagler County. &f 1958 and' I ing the first week of December.
The contest is
sponsored by
'Methodist Church at. 10 o'clock thirtr7 place winner'in the Miss Southland Contest in Daytona Beach last September.She I the Leesburg Junior Chamber of

this morning.' was' '''runnerup- in the Miss Florida East Coast Contest at Flagler Beach last Commerce. The purpose of the

Rev: W. L. Spicer, Jr., said July 4th. contest is to find a typical high

"this service'-is to be help you Shown with Miss Revels is Lion Club President Leonard' Moody on. the right I school senior girl to represent
in observing this Holy Day and
the Junior Miss Amer
of all and Club Secretary John Day on the left.
render thanks to the giver i ica Contest to be held in Mobile
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good .and perfect'gifts, God. Alabama, the 'early part of the
All members and friends of FSU Glee Club To
Communications Lions Club To new year. JoAnn is being
the'church are invited to attend-
sponsored by Flagler County

Workers Offering Serve Pancake Present',. Annual I Veterans of Foreign Wars Post

\ State 4-H and FFA .I! No. 5213 of Bunnell.
Christmas The selection of Junior Miss
Five Yule Calls BreakfastThe Vespers I
Land Judging Teams ... Florida will be made on the
--. Five Flagler and Volusia Bunnell Lions Club votedat .Florida State University's I basis of talent, poise, character,
To Be Chosen SoonPlans county families,are to be treatedto their meeting Monday noon Women's Glee Club wilt presentits appearances in evening .dress

for choosing two teams Christmas Day'telephone callsto to sponsor a Christmas outdoor annual Christmas Vespers and sports clothes.
to represent Florida in next I II their service men or women lighting contest for homes. next Sunday, Dec. 6about a Miss Morris will do a modern
year's national land judging I overseas. They also made plans to,serve week ,earlier than usual. jazz, dance routine and twirl a
contest are now underway, ac- The Communications Workersof a Pancake Breakfast on the fire baton.
I Soloists will be Betty Ann
? cording to J.,H. Herbert, Jr., con- America, 'Local 3102, have I morning of December 12, the vis of Malone, Daisy-Coley of JoAnn is the daughter of Mr.
versationist with the Florida agreed to underwrite the_ five proceeds of which will be usedon and Mrs.. Walter Morris of Bun-
West Kapp-
.Palm Margie
,Agricultural Extension Service. Christmas calls with the assist- I their present 'sight conservation han and Ruth McLester of.Ft. nelL She is 'a .member of the

Herbert says Florida has nev- ance of the United Service Or- program ,needs. .. Lauderdale and ,Gwen Waters' senior clan of Bunnell High
er had a, state team enter the ganization. Complete plans for both activities Asheville N. C.r School. She is a member of the
... national contest during its' eight Applicants for the calls should I will be 'announced later. I school band, serving as field
; years existe ce. Teams from submit their requsts by postcardon Club President Leonard Moody Other members of the Wom major for several years. She
Florida have-, participated,,, he or before November 27. The reported on the District-Cabinet en's Glee Club include Samuel- was selected as Homecoming

:', explained, but not as a state five winners will be selected by I Meeting held in Daytona Beach Ia Whitaker of Bunnell., Queen this year and is presidentof
\ representative. Daytona;"Beach Mayor Eubank Sunday. Moody and Club Sec- the Future Homemakers of
The 1960 national-'contest will I December' 3,., at 8 p.m. 'retary John Day attended. the The choral group will singPalestrina's : America.
be held April'28-29 in Oklahoma Two cards from the' Halifax meeting representing the local "Benedictus" -
City. Area, one from New Smyrna i I club. the Mass "0 Admirabile Com-
mercium" Handel's Boy Scouts To
Florida '4-H Clubs and Future Beach, one from DeLand and I ; "Prepare --1
farmers of America Chapters one from Bunnell. IFuneral I the' Hymn" and, an arrangement
For by Irvin S. Cooper of the music Hold Court of
will compete in, separate divisions Postcards must 'include name, -
faculty of the traditional "0Come'
at local and county events adddress and telephone numberof
Roy E., Wilson All Ye Faithful." Included Honor
of serviceman
during the next few months. A the family; name
state contest is being plannedfor or woman, rank, serial In the program will be Boy Scout Court' of ,Honor

early next spring. Accord number and actual location, HeldlnDaytofla, German.Christmas Yrench'and carols. Hungarian will be held at 7:30 December 2,

ing to present plans, Florida APO or FPO are not sufficient. Roy Elbert Wilson of Daytona at the Scouthouse for Troop 472.

will send one "4-H' and one FFA-r Cards 'are to ,be addressed to Beach died Saturday night ina The Vespers, at 5 p. m. in Wes- About 15 boys will come up before
team. CWA Christmas :Calls, P.O. Box Savannah, Ga., hospital following cott Anditorium are free and the court for badges -and
Three members and one alter- 1632, Daytona Beach. a long illness. He was open to the public. This year, advancement.The .
nate make up a land judging Calls can be placed .only to a retired merchant seaman. 'they will be, dedicated to Harold evening's program will
team. The contest includes those personS 'who will be 'at Funeral services were held Chapman,'for'14 years choral di also include a speaker, a musical -
judging .land on the basis of their overseas stations duringthe Tuesday afternoon from Baggett- :rector of Leon High, School, for program presented by the \
surface texture, 'organic matter, holidays., Arrangements to McIntosh Funeral Home in ,Day- ;his contribution to choral work Hammond 'Organ Co. and a hot-
thickness of soil, .movement of contact service personnel will be tona Beach Interment followedat 'in the state. dqg roast. The ,Explorer Troop

soil air, and water*,slope,:wind handled by the USO..? Bellevue. Memorial Park.Cem Miss Betty Jane Grimm, director will also put,'on an Indian cere-
and water erosion, and drainage. Families of the' names selected etery. of the well 'known choral 'mony. The public is invited.

Land Is then ,put into one of will be notUled'y telephoneor ,Survivors 'include a son, Ar- group of 60'voices, said the concert

.,. eight classifications; ranging: mail by' December. thur of Daytona Beach; and a will 'be 'presented before ,a.I The average winter temperature ,
from land ,considered excellent I I daughter Mrs. Louise McCraney backdrop containing an 'eIght- in the Arctic is about 30 degrees r.
to: land that.;is, not, considered the United States r had $400 of Cylacauga, Ala.; .three brothers foot, high ,painting ,in oil on below :zero.. At that temperature .... .. ..
.suitable for cultivatkm" :or. permanent '-.I million invested at" Florida's! one 'sister,>and 'five'grandchildren parchment' representing a- triptych 1 salt water freezes six ;
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I vegetation:, Cape_ ;Canaveral-:,'missile, .< center. t r also:'survive.-*' ,. stained glass window. ;inches thick in 24 .hours.z. '

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".PAGE TWO .... .".- ;< ,. ,: ,-> THE>FLAGLER TRIBUNE.'.,BUNNELL. FLORIDA .. ,* _,.' Thursday, ..Nov.: 26, 1959

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"" < < < << GARDEN CLUB I I Mrs. Nettie Brusich is .enter- 'Mr. ,and MB.; George Miles

5l MEETS NEXT/WEEK taming on Thanksgiving Day Moody and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard .
gfe/* &5eack Mrs. Esther Juengllng, presi- her son .in,"Jaw and daughter, Moody attend the football '
dent of the' Flagler Beach Gar- Mr. and .Mrs. Peter Dzioba from game Saturday: in Gainesville.
den Club, announced that' a Ormbnd Beach, and their daughters -
c.\ LUNA BABBrrr meeting would be held on Tues Sally and Nancy, Hank UVUVWUVUWVVUVVUVVVVWFRED

.' "'Stephen HEmlock; 9-2098 : day, December 1, at 10 A.M. at I I.Schmidt from Daytona Beach A.a:
the home of ,Mrs. E. M. Spivey.I I(!will join them, for the day also. FRUITS
arrangements they plan
A goodwill pageant, 'MyCountry
sell the Christmas ba Mr. and Mrs. Lee Rooney with j
The Beach Methodist during
Tis, was .presented on Flagler their !
children, Marda and Jill REPAIRING
November 18 in theWoman's Church 'serVIces are held each. zaar. She requests each mem- ... .. .. .
Wednesday, ber sandwich from Jacksonville are spending I IThanksgivinghere \V..-.."'.... ..v.......J\I'N '
the in the to bring'their own "
Club ,building by Sunday morning Flagler with her.par-
Woman's Clubs Woman's Club building at 9:30, for lunch.
Senior and Junior
ents, Re v. and Mrs. Reynold'' I
with Senior President Mrs. Virgil according to the pastor, Rev. I Hoover
Hoover directing. Mrs. Ray Lehr Reynold ,Hoover., Mr. and Mrs. .Burnham J Hercules Vacuum ,Cleaner
arrived Monday evening from I
was organist ''and soloist was Church school follows at 10:30. 'I Machine Corp. r
Mrs. Florence SchWenk. their home in the New England REFINANCE YOUR DEBTS
The choir rehearses each Thursday
States and ,will be here for the I With ,a Long Term
evening at 6:30. The choir We can furnish parts for and \
Those taking part were Mrs. winter.
Louella Fleurie as the Indian I-; rehearsing ,now for special I II FEDERAL LAND BANK service any sewing machineor
I II 1 vacuum cleaner. Real bar-
music during the Christmas,
mother; Debbie Herr, Puritan; I I POWER PROMISE UNLIMITED FARM LOAN used & rebuilt
Eve midnight service which is gains on new, .
Nuclear,fuel, substitute for
Joanne Crews, Scotch; Emily a
Bondy, French; Frances Mercer, t scheduled to start at 11 P. M.' I earth's dwindling stores of coal,I R..-BRYAN I machines. J
: The public is ,invited for the Production. Credit Assn.
gas, and oil, promises'unlimited I
Dutch; Marie 'Knasko, Spanish; O21 Voluala Ave. Daytona Beach
Libby Hogeboom, Scandinavian; I evening of December 24. I power for electricity and the Wednesday.lOzOOPALATKA 'I I CL 3-6661

Marie Koczwanski, German; Isla propulsion of aircraft and, ocean FLORIDA, .
The Flagler Woman's Club
,Kester, Irish;.Alice, Charon, African I liners. Scientists- are using radio -----
has set the Annual Christmas
; Mary Novick, Italian;, Lor- active atoms to improve crops I it
Bazaar for Friday, December 11,
and livestock;simplify industrial -I
na Galloway, Polish; Juanita
This announcement is'not offer of
in the Flagler Woman's Club _
attack diseases. !
Haywood, Jewish; Alice Lovell, procedures
American. building and pioneer in new research I" securities for sale or a solicitation of

The bazaar will run from 11 fields. Eventually atomic power I' an offer to buy securities.

\ Hostesses for the meeting were I A.M., to 9 P.M. Santa Claus is may carry man to the .other''
Mrs. Sam Novick, Mrs John tobe there from 230 until 5 planets. THESE SECURITIES ARE BEING OFFEREDTO

Knasko and Mrs. Ted Kolhaas. P.M. __ I BONA-FIDE RESIDENTS OF THE
They'served dainty refreshmentsfrom Other organizations to take STATE OF FLORIDA ONLY.
a table which was decorated part in the bazaar will be St:

in red, white, and ,blue Stephen's Church with a food WHAT \txiNEED. j
and highlighted with miniature and bake sale booth; the Community j ... \

United Nations flags., I 'Memorial Church serving i 5
I sandwiches and coffee from JJ1S 750,000 Shares
its booth;' the Junior Woman's TO TAKEA
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Spivey Club will have cookies and can w LOOK '
motored to Starke Sunday'' to AT THE Volusia Jai-Alai Inc.
visit' with relatives.WARM .' dy in. their booth; the SeniorClub's SEA05.THEYRE
booth ;will."have aprons, ,
towels, knitted articles,-and miscellaneous -
items. 'They also r
plan to serve, homemade veget *. (PAR VALUE"FIVE CENTS),

I PiVi able soup from 5 until 7 P. M. .
Price $1.00 Per
The publ1c'1S:invited to do their : =

Christmas ,shopping and enjoy FULL ., I ... ., *,:, ,, (Minimum: 50 Share Lots),
themselves at.the same time. ex:
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I COPIES of the
8WS! -y'V} ,, Prospectus may "
TWIN GRANDSONS I *obtained from. the undersigned named
t C 7UST WkAT ," ;-: ?. -.in the Prospectus.r .. .
Mr. and Mrs. John Knasko
,.were happy to'receive the, news } OROE rT. Nelson O'Rourke, Inc.
. that their son in law and daughter ,
Mr.,...and Mrs. J. A. Goochof 533 Seabreeze Blvd.

Villa,Park, 111., have identical. I I ,Phone CL 2-5571 Daytona Beach, Florida'Underwriter
twin sons who were born on idL
Friday, November 13 : J

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George Wilcox ,received a let- It-
ter from his. wife in Honolulu

r with the beautiful, newt saying she ands\ Mr. and Mrs.
c t E. J. Chafee"had ,contacted Lt.
.t Jimmy Babbitt there at'the Military .5- REWARD
Base and'joined him there

for lunch. Lt. Babbitt is the son

r of Mr. and 'Mrs. Arthur Babbittof .. .
Flagler Beach. -
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t Mr. and Mrs. Willis Anderson For information leading to the arrest and conviction

,. from East Point, Ga., are coming $
$50000 of any person persons for the theftof, cattle from
to spend Thanksgiving and the /
< .e weekend her with her parents, a member of this Association.t -
Mr and ,Mrs. Henry' Barditzky.
f. M a w, d't. :.

,. r.It Mr. and "Mrs. >. Edward Me FLORIDA CATTLEMEN ASSOCIATION
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r Nulty accompanied Mr. and Mrs.
: Martin :Porte here recently on' .

k. It ItE4 their trip from: Lexiongton, Mich i '

eT i i and plan to remain here for the .* *
" IE 1 K' winter months.

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rewarid'is offered, (in addition to..above) for infor-,

I I $ mation leading to the arrest an'd)conviction of any j

I : 25000 for theft of :cattle from l
-, { . Bunnell Theatre person. of this or persons Association. a member

Just the turn'of a'dial starts j
amazing: SUPER' Floor Heat ..; ." .., .- \
traveling to every room in >FrL & Sat* Nov. 2728JT N J

your home.'The, oil-inpu ,. ." -. :, .> ,'- ,
,;\ blower speed'and Sjegler.matic } :-: ,STARTED WITH A KISS, ty,' '" ,. AND > .
'.drat! are-all'synchronized # '
: Stoning r .._, I .
,for: perfect comfort, "
mvL.'rdece! and economy. DfbM Bernold*- Glaon Ford
,11 reward is offered for inforniaUon-leading to the

,. #< arrest and conviction of any person or persons
=} :>**.JIt $1 I OO' '
+ breaking, injuring,throwing down fences and gates
_Sun. Irl: !o.n. Nov; 29-30 .
of members' of the Association

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'{,CW... Thursday. . Nov.. : ;..26, 1959. . ,. .:THE.FLAGLER. .'. TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA -. PAGE THREEFlorida's : ':
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:;. industrial 'use' of synthetics. And''eXtract the-Oil from .the nut. merit of new synthetics as a:I IN THE CIRCUIT 'COURT, FLORIDA OFFLAGLEfl'CQUNTT
greatTwig (1'' the search for'Hew, m' at com*- Hi' partial substitute for use by U.s.1 IN CHANCERY' NO. 388 a. .

: merdal; industrial, and household And during ,the 1958-59 mill paint manfacturers tung oil is JOHN ARNBRI. Plaintiff
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; all mills
: Nat Crop .levels=goes on. ing _season tungbelt holding its, own. .,8. .' .
crushed 143,000 tons of nuts LOUISE ARNERI.
It still is recognized as one Defendant.

4i. a Marco Polo carried a sampleof I which yielded 445'million of the most dependable' of all NOTICE TO FLORIDA

i.r ;Promises ,Profit. 'thestuff' back to 'Venice and' pounds of tung 'oil.. Average water-proofing agents, under a THE Louise STATE Amen OF TO. :

,told .in ,graphic, terms of its use yield of oil per ton of nuts Address UnknownYou

Rxt 1F From .- by the Chinese. They caulked Crushed.was.'312 pounds. (Continued on page 4) suit has are been hereby filed notified against that you in a

r ,,. State.Development. Commission their ships with it, he'said, and J the above entitled cause; and you
;:: ii Tung nut growers, their industry are hereby required to file'your an-
when ,the substance was proper I with the_Clerk of this Court,
earning in 1949 a placein land to serve a copy thereof upon
( Tung oil-HBurplus glut, or Iy applied, flimsy paper. became I .the federal a P. ALFORD the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
" \ '. crucial? Shades. of_useless acres waterproof. i have noted_ some elasticity program in Registered I whose. Samuel name and V. Holch address' is:

:; given to a baneful and dying Their' peerless paints, inks the demand for their product: Real Estate Broker I: I East Highway Paiatka.17 Florida

L .. product, or key to industrial I not later than December 26th. A.D.
and ,lacquers had contained a During war years it was termed 1959.

:r' heights? secret ingredient, he said but I an .
f '. - - -- confesso will be entered againstyou
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\ depends on the time, place it was secret no ,more. a time when foreign importswere ---- -- -- -- for the relief demanded in the

r and the need. And though'these I i I greatly reduced. I bill of complaint. The nature of
said suit being for divorce.
t' things vary, Florida tung nut They called it Tung oil, from BUNNELLLODGE WITNESS my hand and sealof ;

(. growers believe their product the heart-shaped leaf of the tree I During the Korean war demand G .No. 200 .1 said vember Court A. D.this 1959.24th day of No- "

is can be marketed profitably so which bore the ,strange nut"tung" -'. again skyrocketed. Whilein F. ,A A. M. (Official Seal)
long as superior paint and finishing meaning "heart." more reCent years imports Meets First and Thud Tuesday I Clerk of raid Circuit Court

in demand. from Argentina and Paraguay Nov. 26 & Dec. 3-10-11-Uc 1

t.i.r;- Soon products now oil extraction are begins Hundreds of'years later and, have proved to be a 'sizeable Dean ,M. Peterson W. M. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF :

half 'a world away tung oil had Including A. CLEGG. Secy.IN FLAGLEIt COUNTY FLORIDA IN ,
:' on the 1959 crop Domestic tung multi-million dollar factor in the world market, JOHN CHANCERY NO. S82O '
its'own become a their exports to the U,S. ANNA JANNUZZI
'' holding against And Florida in 1958 THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Plaintiff .
t' industry. But in spite of the develop- IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY
foreign imports and increasingWORDS
'' I vs.
was second 'among six tung FLORIDA IN PROBATE. CASE ROY JANNUZZI

states ,the Gulf. --- .-.- NO. I Defendant
J. producing IN RE:' Estate of I NOTICE TO DEFEND

0. 1kt Mtltl Maw Last year the 1958 tung crop I RCA VICTOR FRANCES STANISH.Deceased.. THE STATE Roy Jannuzzl OF FLORIDA.. TOr

In Mississippi Florida Louisi, NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll
7312 Blvd.
'.. y h14 4slnnH6 THOUGHTS T and J LIVING COLOR TV creditors of the estate' of East North Bergen.
.... ana, Alabama e x a s, FRANCES STANISH. deceased are
. Georgia totaled 146,300 tons IN THE WINDOW hereby notified and demands required which to You are hereby notified that a

compared with 82,600 tons the I Southern Radio & Television Sic they any may claims have against or said estate I suit has been filed against you in
the above entitled cause; and you
j eYWATltOO.P year before. Acreage .was ap 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001 In the office of the Florida.county In judgeof the are hereby required to file' your ,
\ :X: HAVE BEBJ ALL. the ORMOND Flagler Bunnell. Florida answer with the Clerk of this '
proximately same but the courthouse at Court and to serve a copy thereof t
" mess YEARSrwItyou / ] I within,eight calendar months from upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney -
. season was better, and trees the date of the first publication of whose name and address
this notice. Each claim or demand
more mature. must be in writing and must state : W. Cecil Grant .
Tung oil mills (there are five I Electric Ccitnctiig the place of residence claimant and post-and 407% Main StreetDaytona
office address of the I Beach. Florida
in Florida-Brooker, Tungston must be sworn to by the claimant not later than December 7, A. D..
Monticello Leon JOHN RODGERSPh. his agent or his attorney or it will 1959.I -
: near Capps, S become void according to law. I you fail to do so. decree pro
near Lloyd in Leon County, and Dated: November 13. 1959. confesso will be entered against
ID 7-3405-Bunnell, Flat PAUL, JAMES STANISH
you for the relief demanded in the
Lake Marianna
Compass near ) I Administrator of the Estate bill of complaint. The nature of
I of .Frances Stanish. deceased. said suit being for Divorce.
.-' ------ First publication on: November WITNESS my hand and seal of
. I 19. 1959. ;- said Court this 3rd day of Novem- .'
t Nov. 19-26 & Dec. 3-10-4tc ber A. D.. 1959. '

FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA Clerk of said Circuit ourt

: ,- 'BUr ty FAGS ;i7;" $ AMBULANCE ROSCOE IN CHANCERY G. BRADLEY NO. 3885 Nov 5-12-19-Z6-4tc

F .4r A Defendant. ,

. ... SOLVENT Never be hesitant about calling a Garda:Ambulance. We ,Address Modeen Merrell Unknown Bradley .- Plaintiff.

o.O" are always at your service with promptness, aafety"4Equipped suit You has are been hereby filed notified against that you In a MILDRED- JKwTOWNSENt-vs-. >. +
the above entitled cause: and you 5 Defendant.
i .. eatperieace. are hereby required to file your answer NOTICE TO APPEAR
.with the Clerk of this Court THE. STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
'. With Resusitator and Inhalator and to serve' a. copy thereof upon MILDRED K. TOWNSENDco
t Oxygen : the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney Rt. Hannah Box 106 Ralnsbury
v' whose name and address is:
tY : Garcia Home J; Robert Burden YOU Aljer.ARE. Ohio HEREBY NOTIFIED
323 Avenue
:. Florida that a suit for divorce 'has been
Daytona Beach.
'P. E. GARCIA, ,Licensed Ful\eraDir t" not 1959.later than December 28th A. D. filed titled against cause" you and in you the are above hereby en-

fall do decree required to serve upon Plaintiff
If you to so. pro
attorney whose name .and address
confesso will be entered againstyou
t .. writen
appear. your defense
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for' the relief demanded in the if any. to the'Blll of Complaint
k- bill of complaint. The nature of
In said
suit on or before the llth
said-suit feeing for divorce. day of December. A. D. 1959 els
; *
seal of
hand and .
my decree ,
1. pro confesso will be entered:
said Court this 18th day of November -

3 ,. :go J.- 5 t'I cress .concrete/_ / (Official RALPH A.D.Heal).1959.E. HARBERT against Court 70u.WITNESS ,my this hand 6th day and .seal of November ofsaid -

A. D. 1959.
Clerk of said Circuit Court (Seal) RALPH E. HARBERTAs
Nov. 26.& Dec. 3-10-17-4te
Clerk of said Court


: : Ilf CHANCERY NO. 8552 Bunnell. ;
: Florida
: SAMUEL LOPEZ Nov. 12-19-26 ,& Dec. 34tcIN
; Plaintiff.



fAV : : ;. / : LOPEZ. Defendant. 3876 IDA. E4NITY.. EQUITY NO.

'.1''. I Plaintiff
Marga L. Lopez, also knownas
,. Llesel Marga Schneider v j
: .. Am Harrenacker 12 Defendant. -
,.., Darmstadt. West Germany NOTICED!. TO APPEAR AND
r You .are hereby notified that a ANSWERIN
; suit has been filed against you In THE NAME OF THE STATE?
: ,: o: the above entitled cause: and you OF FLORIDA:
&: are hereby required to file your answer TO: BERTHA.CAMPBELL whose
with the Clerk of this Court residence and.whereabouts are un-
and to serve a copy thereof upon known or is in some state or coun-
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney. try other than the State of Florida
f -, ': @ whose name and address is: but said State or country ts unknown -
i W. Cecil Grant or if in the State,of Flor-
!y.yl: ; r 'S + 407(, Main Street ida that she conceals herself .so
y. Daytona Beach.' Florida that process .cannot be 'personally

not'U5t.It'later- than December '28th A. D. served You, are-hereby upon her. .notified- -

suit has been -
you fall to do so, decree pro
confesso will be entered againstyou in -the Circuit Court Seventh :Judicial -
} / for the relief demanded in the' Circuit,--Flagler County FlorIda -
>, : ;' ;WHEN, YOU'VE :GOT TO STOP FAST.rheayoa ... 'T.I. : bill of complaint. The nature .of in. Equity by ELIJAH CAMP-
,.... said suit being for divorce. .and you 'are here-
by required to ftle personally
\ WITNESS my hand and seal of or
...: '=--. lr said Court this 24th day of .November by Attorney,' with 'the Clerk of I
; l'v"SIlIU.; '., said
\ : a = & .A. D. 1959. Court your- Answer or defenses -
< (Official Seal) to the Bill In Equity! in
'.j "'t. ; '. "C'1i RALPH HARBERT said suit' on or before the 16th
; modern fei Clerk of said Circuit 'Court day of December .A.D. 1969, and
:k ; Nov. 26 & Dec. 3-10-17-4tctffrUntttr also to serve a copy of 'your An-
: :: .:, >" swer -or.."defen e. upon -),{e..ra.
OSSINSKY & KROL.'Attorneys for
: .
...,: .' r1 Plaintiff at their office at 411

'c --.f:,' '>. ''i'I'" e:+e's aj 1IP8Cial"'f"' 1iDc of seas, '#Y .' 'drive itoodernconcnrtel co_ .. Ilfr lqlrr Main ida on[ Street.or before Daytona the Beach.15th day Flor-,of

:!t You kbowVott"dan fltopin*harry=Mreh mwetweather.t December :A. D. 1865. as required
\4 :: r ,_ by. the Florida Rules of Civil Pro-
'\ g" 1 SA'A v'''*A L if' kii* ''- JBiPt7I T **CL. < s1Nx LL, rr esm* ._and herein fail not i
... S. ".t"ir -11 mirmmin- Deer: or a
Pro.Oonfcsso andFlnal'Debyere

'>-:>:. "y,A"T_ '. :'11.L:1 e1: a W. ...-. ,pr.ItIeloyOU'seObeEthtM1ht._ ;i : :' willdefaultltbe entered against you.
: MRs: JJL FULLER. Editor
,'SToaSv nevBr'' rtang the:Wheel" em dips: and bfenpevTHoaeniccmcreteiseoIeAeteerinfy \-t. name'-theTtCourt InAwhichtsa d

} '. l/"iiIih __.- ., ......rotItI It----: 1f :: Circuit suit has Court-Seventh'Judicial been., instituted is Cir the

.. ... i"w.p. thfft wny inprpootodKnt fsr P.Mb ..... ,ed >....... County.cuit of .Florida In in and for Flatter

'- % tiie' 1oes" '-t ve tO'b 'Mi' aUkI.sidss: "t .IJ' title of said Equity,,rift is.. 'and hereinabove.that the
6o._stud. IDa+ea. i "". fl.h : set forth.., .. ass
,- coet m modVrete, too.) Ir..r.- '... ... .tate .e !I 4a. _. .You are'further; ;' notified that the
:-": w na.ture'lof 4 sJ4J suit Is a suit for
r :8 ..., )aeii R-Wii6 { divorce..and. .a..""Jfeculo matrlmoniL .
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v" r ba-"1.1 .--/iftl.rl1..". -. omee -.at.Buell.gFlagler 'Corny. .
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....-... : tao 8 Florida.-this 9th day of November.
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: Fl rida' Grejp pound; support price for,,the 1959 j nuts continue to dry in the field|. ed a fair nut'' harvest. < !I..at least equal "to" last year, $2-

.; s I crop has been set tentatively at}|or in storage and processing at First commercial volume otl'|<[030,000( from- 35,000"lons..

20.9 cents per"pound for the oil.:Florida 'mills will begin in December twig oil in the United Stat j -

Tung Nut Crop I During recent weeks price for I or 'in early JanuarY: was shipped from Florida in THE OUTBOARDER

domestic oil has been, between There has been some new acre- 1935; the first domestic tree was Authorized, Evlnrude Dealer

( Promises Profit 22 and 23 cents?per pound, with,age planted in tung trees In planted experimentally In a Tallahassee ]BOATS.-.ACCESSORIES: -'REPAIRS

(Continued from page 3) demand limitedperhaps'becauseof Florida>> in recent I years, thoughno cemetery in 1906. Dockage Storage -. Free Ramp
the,steel strike and generally great increase in total acreage ,- Prospects fur tne '1959 harvest WE FINANCE
wide variety of conditions. And decreased tDdustriaI"activity.. '' since some non-producing :for Florida-and indeed for ,the 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona
its combination with pine resin, 'I'
Jefferson County leads all groves have been 'destroyed. entire tungbelt-are good. Un- I- I
also a Florida product, gives a Florida counties in .productionof Approximately 100 trees maybe official estimates are that the

superior, type varnish. II tung. ,Other leading Florida satisfactorily planted in the 1959 tonnage will be as greatas FOR

Research and testing have- Indicated counties include Leon, Jackson, space of one acre, though this last year's Florida ,tonnage
that emulsified tung oil Alachua Walton, Levy, Bradford, is variable. Two tons from the and market value should be SHELL FILL & SAND

lends extra adhesion to water-: Calhoun and Gadsden. acre of mature trees is consider- I stable, promising a gross 'return DIRT CONTRACTSCALL

based paints,' provides,_a tougher New crop tung' nuts are falling .. -.-
and longer lasting film, is less now, and some gatheringis

affected by impact,,and,,is' more being done. Shortage of farm FREE PAINTOne YOUR CLOSEST OUTLETFor

resistant to chipping. labor, in some cases has slowed extra gallon of your choice Quality' Furniture EMIL MISSINNEPhone

y.S. support price last year the current harvest, along with with each gallon you buy. "We're Out of the
for tung oil was :21,cents per unusually heavy rainfall. RawAMERICANA Mary Carter Paint Store HIght Rent District" HE 9.2094

I ,,- I I' Ormond Beach at .Coquina Barn CHRIS'S FURNITUREI FLAGLER BEACH I
Cities to- See Also Westcate ShoppingOuter I Rldewod Ave. Holly Hill

, Duluth MinnesofEarliest '
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Complete Collision Service AT THEIR ;NEW ,BAR Delivery in the County on
24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE, "You'll Meet Your Friends Here" Fuel Oil, Kerosene,'Tractor Fuel
Body & Fender Work
Painting Matching Free EstimatesU. FLAGLER BEACH" 1 I GasolineI
Days ID 7.3372-Nite'ID 7.3267 :The ,Coolest Spot Beer for the Coolest I I I 1 N. Bunnell ID 7-3676

the Ocean Side of AlA 3 Miles.I
Service Station North of Flagler Pier' Furniture
"Keep Cool at George & Millie's"
PHONE' HE 9.2156
On Furniture and AppliancesNew
Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs I
and Used
Bunnell ID 7.7119 BUILDING SUPPLIES 1100 .
Flomich A ve.-;-Holly Hill
Earliest legends:,of the area around Duluth. Minnesota concern
.r- '. the Sioux Indians.; Later came the Chippewa Indians, followed by Biddle Gulf Service.GASOILLUBRICATION: WICKLINE FLOOR COVERING

:. French. British explorers,then the Americans. Radisson and Grosi- Building Supplies
ellier. French f 1117 trappers and explorers were.in the region in 1660 Tilecraft Company"LET
'l':' and were probably'the first white men to see the site of Duluth. GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS US FLOOR YOU"

; Daniel de Greysolon Sieur du Lhut. French voyageur;for,whom the 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days STEEL ,Armstrong & Kentile
'\ the French the of;Lake Superior '
,,, city was flag on shores
State &Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190_ Flagler Be'achpiXHE: 9.2254 Sold and InstalledAll
f. in, .1679. Duluth''was platted''in 1856 and incorporated as a
.. Work Guaranteed
it\ ;+ in '1 D'n\ ..
vitjr uu i u. forest insure Colonial Service StationEARL "T Ormond ,Beach OR 7.3181-
: is famed for its excellent products and vast areas CLEANERS
r climate.. Summers are mild not only a continuation E. RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION GARDEN SHOP
and refreshing with cool winds large tonnages for water and rail
r' I from- Lake Superior, the world's carriers but also the- continuing I MOTOR TUNE-UP BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY Gray's Garden Center

largest' body of 'fresh water. industrial development of the re.: GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES CLEANING Headquarters for Gardening Need

!,.:', The 1950 U.S. Census lists the gion. u.So HIWAY ,,1 BUNNELL SERVICE Ceramics Gifts: Dry Arrangement
f' population of Duluth as 104511. < Materials
Duluth and Superior are con
,: Agriculture is important in St. nected by three swing type rail Hall's Atlantic Station- Open,Dally 8 to 6 Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers
Louis County.I Chief products are andtwo Phone. ID 7-3188 TORO ,LAWNMOWERS
road bridges-for
L ,., .. ,butter eggs poultry. hay, potatoes motor and pedestrian? traffic one Jack Hall, Proprietor 115 N. Bay St. 'Bunnell 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. .OR 7-051

fruit and vegetable crops. a bascule..bridge and the other a I GASOILSLUBRICATIONTlresBatterlesAccessorl ORMOND.
The Census of Agriculture lists ,
; 'J swing bridge with the longest s" CONCRETE' HARDWARE
f 7.472 farms in the county. More PRODUCTS
swing span in the United States. I
than 60 per cent .of the iron ore BUNNELL Tel. ID 7-3652 Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.
produced in the United States and Points of interest include the J I Your "Q" For ConcreteDial JOHN DEERE ,
. 25 percent of world production isf famed 26-mile Skyline Drive and J. L. Presswood Garage Agricultural &Industrial ,Equipment
f mined in northern Minnesota. Enger Tower, on ninth's high- CL 3-8113 / STEEL
STANDARD PRODUCTS Bars & Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled
Iron ore deposits, grain and dairy est point of land.
; General Repairing-Road. Service DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's Black&Galvanized Pipe & Fittings
It' -- Tires, Tube &: Accessories LAWN MOWER REPAIRS
f' t. Visit Our Department. Inc.
\ For Frozen Foods and Staples DEEN RD. Phone Iy% 73143

t MAYTAGCOINOPERATED I HE 9.2139 Cubed FLAGLER Ice BEACH J Village Hardware Center
Sullivan's Gulf, Service .
LAUNDRY GULF Anderson Drug Store Match, and mix any colorBuilder's

Supplies -
;; .... earns (For you *{ GASOILSLUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSORIES Beach Information ,' -- .Sick Prescriptions Room Supplies GIFTS GREETING CARDS
AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420 .
"Specializing in Service and -'. Sundries ,
Clean Rest Rooms"' *' .

M -

r ... L. Easily :operated in spare time in addition to 'other AUTO. REPAIRS Moody Pharmacy PAINT 'MART

t f business'''orprofession. No experience'-necessary. Shield's Service Station Flagler,County's Corner Drug Store HANNA & VEL-VON PAINT
One Coat Plastic Finish
t No- labor. problems. Arcadlua) H bel. Mechanic PRESCRIPTIONS Stops Masonry Dampness

Cash necessary to handle small when:compared y COMPLETE, AUTO REPAIRS DRUGS-SUNDRIES Point Sundries
Right Now We'll Overhaul and' I FOUNTAIN SERVICE 29 W. Granada-Ormond Beach
with income be realized.
t : to Repair Your Power Mower t i i Bunnell Flo. Phone ID 73661ORMOND Ph. OR 7-0761

;;, .' In addition, to laundrY installations,. wi3 are .interested No Job Too Big Or Too Small I
111 No. St. 'Bunnell PRESCRIPTION
; in coin route, motel, trailer park: apartment't I .
t school and church business where one or EDGAR'S GARAGE RADIO & TV 4
? I I Sick Room SuppliesSundriesI .
24-Hour Towing Service
, '. more coin washers may be needed. 24-Hour Prescription Sendee Zenith Sales 'and Service '
r ;. Excellent. investment for' .supplementing retirement -, ,, Automatic Transmission. Service- ,Free Delivery in Flagler Beach ''We Sell the Best
Wheel Balancing-Front End j, fct. A1A 1 mL North of and Service the Rest"
income. OR 7.1661
,. Alignment ORMOND BEACH-TeL
f 24O Graaada prod-OR '7-483 AUTO RADIOS A SPECIALTY "
: Contact us for 'detailed information. One oft Thompson PharmacyYour U.S.'Hwv. 1,.Ormond: OR 7.1473

our representatives will call on you' at your AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION Health Is Wealth'',

r ,.. request.. There is no charge or obligation of HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC' Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS REAL ESTATE .

f any' kind. for our consultant. services. SERVICE In Our Hands Margaret GivensReg.

! Repairing- Rebuilding, 141W.. Granada-Ormond"7.1421 'Real Estate BrokerNotal'T
: 'COM ,OKIATEI LftlRMY ON ALLtMA.KES"OP. PublicSpecializing .:
I\ .. : : 1239 Rldgewood Holly" Hill FLOBJSTSI OCEAN '& RIVER PROPERTIES
: : .' Phone HEmlock 9-2035 '

.. 35 Kings,Avenue i (U. '&,1: ,:South) : BAR AND PACKAGE STORE Blacks' Flower Shop Ken Mar Motel-Flagler Beach
: -
P. O. :Box 5&S. ,, .FLAGLER BEACH 'Phone 'I >lew Od 7-S34S PUBLISHERS & PRINTERS

( h'_.... ,; \ ...;. Jacksonville 7, Florida' .J. -- ; HOTEL BAIt'. : p.O. Box 3 Bunnell Fla. The Flagler Tribune .
,.4 8-4507 \'', !'- '' Now..Have..Or Publishers Printers .
Phoae'EX' f We .
f (. .- ,. """ .'39f ,.t' "* a-. "The..Mee1ingPlaceof : "' ID
Phone '7.3282 -
(Subsidiary,Qf'MDYlak"East Coast;Company) A < Flagler County" CHRISTMAS: ,
t .. ., .-* Bunnell, Florida
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;::Thursday, Nov 26, :1959 __ _'. THE }FLAGLER, =TRIBUNE ',3UNNELL, .FLORIDA. PAGE ,,FIVE;:
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1 H. H. ''MurraYl returned to his] '
1I I home here Saturday after re .
I j ing medical treatment, at iv.1
i I I I East Coast Hospital in St. : SuperMarket Food ,Store

LOCALS gustine for several days. He I II
I,said he hopes to return to workin I Ii Bunnell, Florida Flagler Beach, Florida
j .,about, two weeks. ,
PRAYER Prices Good Nov. 27th-28th :1959
FIREMEN ENJOY ANNUAL WEEK OF 'Lt. and Mrs. Charles Me- ,
THANKSGIVING I The WMU of the First Baptist Knight are spending a few days I
PARTY MONDAY'NIGHT Church will observe the ,Weekof here with his parents Mr. and
,Members of the:Volunteer Fire' Prayer for Missions November Mrs. T. K. Mc night. He has Friday & Saturday
Department of Bunnell and their 30 through December 4. The been stationed with the Airforce
guests were entertained at the theme for the week is ,"0, God in Moultrie Ga. for the past
annual Thanksgiving Dinner We Pray for All .Mankind." several months and is being I ,
Party on Monday evening at the The WMU will 'meet at the ferred to Craig Airbase in Ala HOT SHOTS
Dixiana Restaurant. bama. .
church on these days and hours:
Enjoying the traditional at 10 A.M. .
I Monday; ; Tuesday
Dinner with all I I I and"Mrs. Walter I BEAUTY BRAND
Thanksgiving 3:30 P.M.; Wednesday, 7 P.M.; Guests of Mr. Tall Can
the trimmings included<<: members 3:30 E.M. and I I Knight over the weekend were
Thursday ; Fridayat I
of the Fire Department, City I' 10 A.M. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McCordof I Evaporated Milk 5 {. 49*
Commissioners, City Clerk and The evening service, next Sun Clarkton, Mo. i iI
their wives. day will begin with a candle. I
Following the dinner they light ceremony.SP4 Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Spicer, Jr., I _Limit_5
group en joyed'*a social hour at and family were visiting in St. I
the Bunnell Community Center. Augustine Saturday. I II FRESH PRODUCE
and Mrs. .Bernard Buonoof !
Among those who went to Ft. Bragg, N. C., are here fora I I Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Wray are i II GOLDEN RIPE ,
Gainesville Saturday to attend I ten day visit with his parents, spending the Thanksgiving holidays
the University of Florida and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Buono. in Gainesville visiting with BANANAS lb. io
Florida State University football I They will also visit with his their son in law and daughter,

game, were Mr. and Mrs. George i grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin, Gresham. -
'Domenico Buono of ,
Moody and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard -
Moody, Lew Wadsworth, ,Beach and her parents in Daytona !I LOOK OUT FOR SNAKES' '

Lana McCabe, Mr. and Mrs. M;. Beach. I Sharks, murky waters, and Cooking 'Onions lb.> 5
B. McDaniel, A. M. McDaniel, I I[rattlesnakes plague men recovering -
Butch McDaniel, .Mr. and Mrs.I Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Holden left'I| parts of missiles that have'
Walter Knight,.and Mr. and Mrs. Monday morning for Scranton,(I'I[crashed near Cape Canaveral.
Gene Knight, ,and Mr. and Mrs. t Pa., where they will spend the. Divers often have to- work in
Tommy Durrance, Dale and Da- Thanksgiving holidays with her]I shark infested, cloudy water.
sister, Mrs. Virginia Lenzer. i iI They must learn to recogniieI I II

Mr. and,Mrs. Jim Glover haveas I I I I missile parts by touch. On land,
their guests over the Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. R. A. (Red) Powell ; fires set by showering fragments '
holidays Mrs. Glover's have returned to their home I drive dozens of rattlesnakes into MAXWELL ,HOUSE \
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hol here after a three months vacation -he: open. Firemen have to battle
"" land, Sr., and her grandfather'l spent touring. and huntingin snakes and flames to salvagethe Instant COFFEE %
.f'I J. C. Archer, of Canada and., the Midwest. missile remains. I

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1 Round Sirloin Club
... Sandwich Grill -
v/affle Baker ',,
.> Food.Blender
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'How Well Do You Know Your America? Eating for Health I few"enriched which" are found" la: our
"restored, or "unre, : :
(By Bonnie B. McDaniel) fined" flours 'and cereals. Electrical Work ,

Do you coast along eating Some call them whole grain. Phone ID 7-3589 or call
anything and everything with- This doesn't refer td the size
out-a thought of what your body of the kernel, but rather to the i HARRIS APPLIANCE, CO. ,-
needs really are'and what those fact that all the nutrients of! Harold Emery

.- Jiii caloric snacks and drinks are the original grain are in the cereal !!

doing to your system? you hear I or flour.A .
that you should make sure, to vital mineral which helpsus y.

get this ,or that for health, but to have good strong bones is
you don't listen calcium. It, also helps to keep I I i TV Bob
4' Suddenly things begin to happen our blood at a sweet level and I
you're sick. our heart-beat regular. Milk is I I
Some of us take heed and no- the best source of calcium. SERVICEall

tice that this followup of our Keep good nutrition in mind makes
eating habits is a natural con when you plan meals, when

sequence. If we don't feed our I you shop, when you eat out, Sales, Tubes and
.. body parts the food they need, and especially when you snack.
they just don't function properly. Root out the "empty" foods in Antenna Installation

Most of you know that iron- your diet and give your bodya PHONE HE 9.2204
rich foods and vitamin c-rich chance to do its best.
foods are needed along with -
Zk the iron to make that good

blood. Some 6f the ,food that
will give us what we need are INSURE-Sfay Insured & Rest Assured j

meat, eggs, milk, poultry, fish, 2*. .
and cheese for the protein and I

For the vitamin C we needto
Shown above is the world's largest log: cabin. The great structureIs I
eat citrus fruits their !
'bull& of old growth firs each containing: enough lumber for a a or H. T. COOK AGENCY
average home. In this "Gallery of Trees," 52 large firs march the juices, vegetables, such as broccoli -
length of the building, dwarfing 'visitors. At the far end is full-size spinach, raw cabbage, Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell Florida I
forest lookout post. Visitors find it hard to believe the timbers are green peppers, and turnips, to
real. Built for the Lewis and Clark centennial exposition of 1905, the mention a few. Potatoes, boiledor
leg cabin remains an attraction in ,Portland for Oregon centennial baked in their jackets and < e

visitors. eaten right away, will give this

.-- I vitamin also. CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. I
'I For the health of our eyesand

CLASSIFIED! State Charters skin and for growth, we H. CRAIG Funeral Director
'II need vitamin A-rich foods suchas
. JOHN HARDIN. Associate .
Running Ahead milk-, eggs, liver, carrots, ..
ADS I broccoli, spinach and sweet po-I! Am LADY OXYGEN
tatoes. You see some of our CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I EQUIPPED
Of Previous YearNew
IA tlmgm udcv this headta ana vegetables are double barreled.To AMBULANCES
cents per w.rd ..eh Immertl,
SO cent !. minimum charge steady our nerves and to help
business incorporations keep us regular, we need thoseB Phone ID 7-3532
'in Florida have been running vitamins-thiamine, ribofiav- '
/' I LOST-Black billfold contaning jat, the rate of over a thousand in, and niacin, to mention a !i 201 .E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA .

$50 and papers valuable to own- f a month, coming to a total of ----- .-- ------
er. Lost on Road.305 near Phoda 9,691 through September of this

Pellicer home. If finder will return year, the Florida State Chamberof

papers to me they may Commerce said this week.It .

keep the ''money. June Tanner, was in May 1957 that in- :
ID 73595. 11-26-lt
corporations in"Florida reacheda
monthly total of a thousandfor Since 1950 million wore
FOR SALE-Pure bred Landrace .the first time. That
year Florida switched,base'F- j
Boars 4 months old. HampshireSows averaged out at 824 a month. In ,
and Gilts, to farrow soon. 1958, six months dropped .be I '= ;: ; : li-
H. F. Lerch, Box 426, Flagler rS.
low 1957 but the year ended ;;;[ .,
Beach, Fla. Phone HEmlock with total incorporations a shade = := THERE'S

92395. 11-26-ltp over 1957. Through Septemberof .

FOUND-A black and white this year, new charters are .,--- NO % MATCH aRF ...._
running 33 cent 1958.
per over
hound, owner may contact Stan i
f Most incorporations result in $
k ley Germak by-mail at Rt. 1, FOR
the establishment of new or reorganized 1'I: :;
" ,Box 248, Bunnell. 11-26-Itp

# O'business or manufacturing I ==_....-....----.. ..',." '_-.
FOR --------
-SALE-Philco deep freeze I corporations but since I -:gg -]

good condition.. Single Hollywood I non.profit organizations, .are in- ;2: WATER .... ;-
' bed, new. Coffee table. I'!I eluded among, the new charters,I _, .: t f: 1
i. Four large trunks. Cheap. Contact i trends are of more significance I Ii II_ HEATING f' .
Ruben Gardei, P. O. Box 34 j 1 i{than the total figures., .. Jd
: or Daytona Ave. and 27th St.,i j New charters were offset by -

4 Flagler Beach. 11-26-2tp 344 failures in .the state, 16 per
: I cent under the 1958 figure as I i MORE EFFICIENT ; Iilli
FOR RENT-Unfurnished house sealed-in heat for all iff"; lk. ,
- reported to Dun and Bradstreet. : Noiseless, i#; '
: "ffi :?T <:;<$<' ; ;
in Hillcrest bedroom.2 baths,I Ii the piping-hot water you want"J, ,::%'>' .. ';"

.. large living room. Call Howard i failing 4 '. .any time, 24 hours a day. .. ;f.
Wlsehaupt. 'il-26..._-itc during several months this year d;: with a Modern Automatic Elec- .
'-- --- -
= Rawleigh business now open but by the end of Septemberwere trio Heater. I
. in Flagler County. Excellent op just 4 per cent above 1958 I ::: I.

t. portunity. Write at once Raw- and totaled $21' million. )
!--- '
leigh's Dept. FA-360-189, Memphis 'So far this year Florida ,has i:= easan leemlight bulb.x;; ; ;;;
Tenn. 11-26 & Dec. 10-24-3tp accounted for 6.5 per cent'of F: '- Does away with pilot lights.Only N'y ["-fi
: : the nation's new firms; for 1.3 11 an Electric Water Heater offers i q ya_ III
FOR SALE--30 ft. all aluminum per cent of the failing firms and ,flameless safety .and is always a Y J

house trailer with, bath $1,100.: ,for 4 per cent: of the liabilities -13 cool to,touch. tr
Easy Spinner washing machine, total.
portable $15. L.E. HART, on II I MORE CONVENIENT II ;

4 .Old Haw Creek,Road. ll-19-2tc: ., .*.> Space-saving, compact, fully- -':
i i Bald eagles are so' named.be- 11& automatic. Select the model you I

t You can become successful lift I!cause of the 'effect: of the'white III want-counter_ top, square, or ...:___:.....
r' business for yourself. Opportunity feathers on their heads. round. Install 1 t.anywhere and "- f- -
now in Flagler Co. For'infor: I forget it, because an ElectricWater :/'See your etectruTappliance \ II .

_; mation see S A. Smlth.Box.l0111 j I I U Heater eliminates the need \ dealer ;} S
.: DeLand or.write Rawleigh's Dept I j I for venting. .? or plumber....,* Ja
FAJK-360-534, Memphis Tenn. I ; -

Nov. 5-12--9-3tp CLEANER

I; SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reason. BgERI I Flameless electric water heater O ill '
home cooler well
keeps your as as
> able'rates. George Jarosz,'PhoneID I I tAM cleaner..*.free from soot and offensive _
73410: 11-19 -12-4c I II .
too.: .
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JOHN$TON'S' I, .. ... It's cheaper to go all- lectric in i I.
FLAGLER' BEACH ,REALTY CO.LOTS .r .ii your kitchen-laundry'to,use _

:,HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, \ Prompt: Service a-combination-of services.FUORIDAjPOWEI. J .. ,
-., *** uri tutu .. .
See ns'lor yoW"nCd; estate needs '" "
Office Phone 'HE 9-2032 The;:Hagler} ,Tribune 1 A LIGHT'CO., 'tCmici ;

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f "*f yhops IBtowooo 79UBFlorida !
or m 7.3517 -
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