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: December 31, 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
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
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System ID: UF00079914:00158
 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. 51 v ... BUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY, DEC. 31, 1959 $2.50 A YEAR .

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New Auto TagsToBeOEiSaIe R.A. BOYS GO ON Health Board New Year's Eve Crews Home


Hearing'Jan. 7 Dance ThursdayThe Wins In Yule '
'I Boys of the Baptist .
Club is'I
Junior Woman's
Church went to Juniper Springs

Next Monday" Monday for an overnight camping On Pest Sprays sponsoring their annual NewYear's Light Contest
trip. They were accom-I I Eve Dance on 'Thursday ,
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The new '1960 motor vehicle panied on the tripby' the pas I The Florida State Board of Cornmunity Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Crews, West
tor of the church Rev. Thomas
tags will go on sale in the office j Health announces that a public Moody Boulevard and Stone
Pinner. Don orchestra of Day-
of Tax Collector J. Frank) ,; hearing will be held on January Myers street, won first place in the

Mercer on Monday morning. Those going on the trip were: 7, 1960, at 9 a., m., in the audi tona Beach will furnish music outdoor Christmas lighting con-

January 4. David Sheffield, Levi.' Brannam, I torium of the J. Y. Porter Building I I fomr 9 to 1 o'clock. Reservations test, Lion Club President Leonard

The new tags are blue background Elbert Tucker, Larry. Cox Sam I 1217 Pearl Street, Jacksonville may be made by calling Moody said today.,

with orange numeralsand Smith, Billy Tucker, Scotty I on the "Proposed Regulations Mrs. Gayle Mercer at ID 73785. Second place winner was the
Proceeds of the dance will be
letters, Mr. Mercer said. Crews; Jack Weatherington,! Governing Commercial home of Mr. and Mrs. MartinB.
Vehcile owners will have until Ronnie Harris and Charles !Spraying of Lawns and Ornamental used on the club's *charity projects McDaniel, 511 North Pine St.

February 20 to secure the new Thompson. } Shrubbery in Residential j i it was stated Third place was awarded to Mrs.

!: Areas' with Highly Toxic Pestij Jennie Black on North ForsytheSt.

.. tags.Mr.. Mercer is busy this week AlA Restaurant j I cides." [Student Night at Black's Flower Shop.

closing up sales ,and reports on \ All interested parties are in- Members of the club expressed -

the 1959 tag sale in preparationfor Reopens Under I vited to attend. Results of the Observed By their appreciation to the residents -

the sale of new tags. 'I hearing' will be placed before I I"I ', of Bunnell for their fine

I New Management the State Board of Health at its Baptist Sunday cooperation in the outdoor light

for,,consideration. The said there
Year 46B. C.' Contained "I February meeting .. ing. judges were
Student Night' was observedat this
The AlA Restaurant in Flag- many outstanding displays
Over Foiu Hundred DaysThe I the First Baptist Church last
ler Beach will reopen Saturday, year and selecting the winnerswas

,year we now refer to as January 2, under the manage- \ Sunday at the evening worship.The a real hard chore.

46 B.-C., was the longest year ment of ,Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Calendar' Dates program was presented to I The ,outdoor, : Christmas light
in calendar history:; It contained Miller.. better acquaint church members ing contest is sponsored each
-The restaurant has been closed with the activities and problems 'the Bunnell Lions Club a
445 ,daysvand! ,J&K K X good year by _
ver : From 1.882 Will '' -
l" -" "- reason: *" for'the-past several weeks while I ; of 'their ,young people in and It'' is hope( ;that there' will

Numa Pompilius supposedly undergoing a remodeling and re- college. :Those participating on ,I be many more displays added
decoration Last Until 2500 the program were: Dickie Mercer .next. '
the, Roman calendar in I I" program. year.
the seventh century' B.C. De Ruth and Glenn said they'will" I Lewis, Friedman, and 'Sam- I The club display which is

') spite the fact that it was ref be open from 11 a. m. until 9 I! Despite efforts from time to mie Whitaker. I I usually- placed around Lake

vised several times, this calendar p.m. each day except Mondays time to set up a new method Topics ranged from the need Lucille received several illness
when the will be closed of local churches to better pre- the week
was some two months be- place of marking time, the Gregorian and weather setbacks
hind the sun by the time of all day. After 'January 9 they calendar instituted by Pope sent religion in the context of before Christmas and was not
Julius Ceasar., I will open' at 6 a. m. and closeat Gregory in the year 1582 appears -I I a scientific age, to the things completed this year. However,

Ceasar put his experts to work 9 p., m. unlikely' to be replacedfor attempted on college campuses the club plans for better luck
the calendar. The I t I I[I which help young people in next .
\ ex-_ some time to come;,' prob : year.Methodist
perts came with a calendar, I their spiritual growth.A ;
up ,
,DESCRIPTIVE SIGN ably until at least 2500 A.D. reception, for the college
but were somewhat undecided '
Mathematicians that 1
... The Resolute weather ,stationon guarantee students followed the program Hold
as to what' should be done a- the calendar will be accurate I
icy Cornwallis Island greets
during which time the church
bout the two months needed
until that time.
visitors with- a sign reading: discussed'with.
catch up with the sun. I members the Family Night
"Welcome to Resolute, pronounced The Gregorian calendar still students the -topics they had
They solved the problem by
De-s-o-l-a-t-e in the heart of doesn't please everybody. But I presented. Next Sunday
inserting the two months be
Canada's Northland, surrounded this is not unusual. People like
tween the months of Novemberand I' by miles and miles of nothingbut to be fussy about time. Oncea I I WHERE DAHLIAS GOT NAME I Family ,Night at the Methodist -
December thus the
giving miles and miles:' year In'many areas of the I Church will be at 7 o'clock '
year 46 B.C. a total of 445 days. Dahlias, named after .
United States there is the an- though Sunday night, January
-=- ------- -- -- Swedish Andreas Dahl, were first Following service,
nual, squabble about the use of a song
c. ; JJi k; "daylight saving time." Periodi- 1 used as food by ancient Mexi there will be a panel discussionon

cally, residents in one area who cans. The tubers contain a "What Methodist Believe on

1 live in the edge of another time I healthful starch substance, in- Communion." This will be followed

I t. *' zone attempt to get the zones ulin, according to "The World in by refreshments and a

changed. Kentucky for ex- Your Garden," a new book pub fellowship hour, 'members of the
MAKEcfOA ample, was the scene of such lished by the: National Geographic I committee said.<<; The nursery

t activity recently when residentsof Society. will be provided.

several cities of that state,

FRESH START? tiring of switching each sum-

mer to "daylight saving time,"

attempted to get their clocks r, ,G ter'.i c.r .
Another ear-another start. moved up'an hour all year round Y.I .
For some reason these four words,seem to symbolize the thoughtsof by having the Eastern Time I ,
most of us when we,take the "old" calendar down from the wall I
Zone extended further westward. .
and rhang,up;the "new." AJJ'far as,most of us are concerned the
,old year !s' "dead" and we need only concern'ourselves with today Our current' method ''of keep- .

and tomorrow.. 1 ing time, takes into consideration -
.1 Another year, another start. Nothing could be more truer. But, the solar year which actually .'
it 1s.riot a start from nowhere, 'or'from,nothing.'We begin this New, 1. consists of 365 days, 5J: tif? v
Year with the experience and knowledge that in the Old it
we gained hours, 48 minutes, and 46 ,sec- .
-and in the Older years before that. '
onds. Because of the extra Z; '
We like to picture,the New Year as a babe, bright-eyed and energetic .
brimming with confidence and enthusiasm, quite a' contrast to hours minutes and seconds, it!'

i the.bearded old: man with ,a scythe who waited out the,last minute is required that the Gregorian a
of the,Old year..This' change Jn'symbols is fair enough because:it'is _calendar contain a well-ordered{

'a new thfaig.$'a'new_ 'opportunity-simply because it gives us' the system of Leap Years, to keep} % r 5rL
chance try again, to do.better. So. before we forget this Old Year ,the calendar and the'solar equinoxes j +y
completely us look backward with an appraising eye. We changethe congruent '
.with'the New Year, but'we slate J K'i Nr:
calendar cannot wipe the clean +y
The Gregorian Calendar
-not in the*truest'sense. We ourselves do'not change. Except for provides + ,,' 4'iizO4irF '
the fact'that we;are'.a.J bit older:-and should-be a bit wiser we"are that years divisible by
the seine individuals.that we were 365 days ago when we were wondering four, exclusive of the ,years I r
: ;(as,we donow, ) ',what the New Year would bring to us." I I numbering the centuries-shall
'Welcome to.the New Year ,and to the,time that it:will provide for have 366 days and the century .. MAGIC HOUR The boor of 12 p. m. becomes a magic
I moment when it welcomes fat a New Tear Traditionally, It is a
f- doing'"'bigger and greater'things. Welcome the chance--the.'opportunity marking years .shall be leap
[ -to make t effort forprogress'and Improvement;(but at the if divisible. time of piety aDd happiness and probably for longer than most
years only they are ef'.. 'canremember, photographers have 'taken'' advantage of
same time,be thankful for the success and the failure',that we knew ,
\in,the-year.that.is'departed.- :we'lived the'Old Year wisely. ,'tbenfP&bepa Ib four after the ciphers have the occasion.to picture- a pretty girl m a pose'similar to,the one j

'we* are- ',prepared"to,'make:_the host of the New., f', #removed." ". 'abore.'Happy New Tear to one and all! ty
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_ PAGE ] O. / ,. ,.THE, FLAGLER,, TRIBUNE. BUNNELL FLORIDA. .. Thursday,, Dec. 31, 1959 11

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; : ; CHOIR PARTY I House guests,of'Rev and Mrs. the winter since 1939.
'JP.iqjj" : n" Reynold Hoover 'during..the holi- 1J
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T / ,. Barbara Babbitt :and 'JudsonStryker days are their son, 'Reynold
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:..7lagler IJ each<..' r' at the Babbitt gave a home Christmas last Tues-Party I I Hoover and his family, from CommunityMemorial
_ Windsor, Conn.
day evening'for the 'choir of the I I
LUNA BABBITT First Baptist Church. Just be- Church
. : t Telephone .HEmlock 9.2098 fore the party, they had met at! Mr. and Mrs. Robert Presle.1 I later-denominational
I the Church for rehearsal and from Taylorsville, N. C., Daytona Ave. _
WOMAN'S CLUB ANNUAL I 'MRS. BREDEANNOUNCES and also did some, Christmas cationing here this week in the BEACH
NEW YEAR'S DANCE WINNERS caroling. I Davis apatment.
I They had an exchange of gifts,I! Sunday School 10:00 A.M.-. ,
The Junior Woman's Club is Winners in the Christmas
and took: Mr.' Mrs. W. Church Service 11:00 A.M..
having the Annual New Year'sDance I Lighting Contest for Flagler played some games I and Marksbury
'before home made arrived from their home in Indiana
in the Bunnell Civic Center Beach were announced as follows -I I R.V.. DICKERT. Pastor
cookies were served with cof to- spend the winte here.: ,
I on Thursday evening, December by Mrs. Frank Brede, chair- I j EVERYONE WELCOME
,31. Tickets are on sale t'man of the Garden Club's con- I fee. I They have been coming here for

at Mathers in Bunnell.Mrs..,test: William Butuex home, first; -- ---
,. Gayle Mercer is in charge ofj!Harry Kuelskt, home, second; I Mrs. Agnes Lee spent Christ .
tickets and reservations, accord: !Rufus Miller home third, and mas and_ the weekend in Day- INSURE-Stay Insured & Rest Assured I
ing to Mrs.' Lorna Galloway,I Emil Hube, home, fourth; Paul tona Beach. with Miss Mary. I
club publicity ,director. Vogel 1 home was fifth and the Furrer. -- I
This is an annual project oft t home of T. J. Miller sixth. GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM .

the club and this year their I t Selected'for honorable'mention: Miss Elaine Frailey is visitingthis I
plans are more special with the] were the homes of Charles McCabe I week in Orlando with :Mr. H. T. COOK AGENCY --
civic; center having been recent- j( Skippy Novicki, Junior and Mrs. Glenn Chase. Mrs.
ly redecorated and remodeled. j Hutchinson. Also the town 'of Chase is Elaine's cousin, the "Bunnell Florida I
.. .. Citizens Bank Bldg. ,
\ i Flagler Beach for the park deco. former Betty Ann, Jennings.Mr. .
METHODIST ANNOUNCEMENTRev. 1 rations. Mrs. Brede expressedher
gratitude for the cooperationand and Mrs. Frank Brede
.* Reynold Hoover announces I response to the club and I|spent several days, including #
that the schedule for I the judges. Christmas, in Orlando as house CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. .
the Flagler Beach Methodist[i fI ,guests of his daughter and son
Church services are being!I Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Hahn on in law, Dr. and Mrs. W. H. kel- H. CRAIG. Funeral DLector
,changed at this time. Next Sun. their way from Wakeman, Ohio, ley. JOHN HARDIN Associate
day morning the worship service I.I to Miami, stopped over here this
will be held in the Woman's'week for a visit with his mother, Mr. and Mrs., Cletus Strauser, AIR LADY OXYGEN
,: .Club building at 10:30 A.M., and I Mrs. Ruth Hahn at the home of Jr., of Jacksonville were visitors CONDITIONEDCHAPEL; I I EQUIPPED
following this will be the church I!his brother in law and sister here fo Chistmas and the week-' ATI'ENDANT'A1tBULANCES
school at 11:30. I Mr. and, Mrs. J. P. Stryker.E. end to visit with her parents,Mr. .
Sunday, January 3, the sacra I I and Mrs. Earl Thiel and his par- I! Phone ID 7-3532
ment of the Lord's Supper will t I ., E. Laney from Miami wasa ents Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Strau
be administered by Rev. Hoover.I I visitor' here on Monday. ,ser, !Sr. I 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA .
, Sunday, January 10, new members I __ -- --- --
will be received into the I I
Methodist fellowship. Money Saving Food Values"
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Over 80 persons participated, .. ,
in the Christmas eve service last! -- "
). "Thursday evening. The choir,3 U.S. GOOD '
led by Ted Weber and accompanied j .

organ furnished by Mrs. Ray special Lehr music.at the i ROaID! < I i tall '

, WINTER RESIDENT DIES i I Sirloin Steak lb. 79 MIL'K3. cans 39'RED

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Word hasbeen;. received here) FRESH SLICEDSPICED I
'; that-D. E.' Davis, 75, died in a! I & WHITE .
\ Taylorsville N. C., hospital Sun- HAM I .
;. day, December 20 from an at. AIh $$100 VIENNASausage 00BOLOGNA
4 tack of pneumonia. :Mr. and }. 5 $' !
_ Mrs. Davis have owned a winter lobs cans
r home here over ten years and,I Ia ,
a have been spending the winters II
:: here. FRESH MEATY
, S Funeral services were held at
Mount Olive Baptist Church in I EELBECK -
f Taylorsville Tuesday, Ribs 39 I '
' 22, at 2 P.M. Among December't'j Spare BLACK EYE

.. vivors are his wife, six sons,} fskoz25
F- .' nine grandchildren and six great j jS I If' I Ib.; ;
grandchildren. I : PEAS -
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,' Mr.,, and Mrs. Ray Burkholder I I _
B r.' are to come next week from f HAMBURGERSmoked A 00 AZALEA '
South Bend, Ind., to visit with
.' their daughter and son in law,I 16s $1 FIRE 31b.
' Mr. and Mrs. William Babbitt. .
L.. I Sausage jar 'i'
Mr. and Mrs. George Moody, LARD
:=, '"' made a.,short trip to Birmingham .
: Ala. to visit with her relatives WISCONSIN TASTY
: ,.-.' ,during Christmas,and the YELLOW COOKING
. weekend. '

Douglas Schatz arrived from J I Cheese. *I 49 "

Newport, RhodeIsland, to spend ONIONS 5Fryers
f,. the holidays here with his par- I Ib. I
r \ ents; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schatz.I It ,

t Mr.' and Mrs. W. R Lawrence,I I
Sr.;, from,Palatka, spent Tuesdayin
their home here on South J ,69
( AlA preparing to return next each
J'J'f htatoes'21bS G ;
, week for a short stay. 19 .

Tess and, Trudie Massie are I ;
home from school to spend the J 3 for $2.00 5

holidays with their parents', 'Mr.; j i
and Mrs. Harold "Massie. '

Carl Alligood accompanied... his -'. .' ;. Plenty Of Hog Jowls For New Years : ': i

mother. :Mrs., Laura Alligood",j v '.

I spend here from the Baltimore holidays with Md.. her to Wishing Everyone A Very Happy New Year ', ';;1

daughters and sons in law, Mr. t
and Mrs._ T. J. 'Miller and'' Mr. We Will' Be All Friday New Year's ; '
and Mrs. Lonnie Allison. I Open! Day DayRodgerette

Mr. and Mrs.. Jerry Davis and" :
family returned to their home ;: iS' Food Center :
here Sunday after visiting withrelatives I 'c. : > l .
i in.N.Stat'C. sv1l1e' and Taylorsville .. ":I .' l.. .:...eU' Florida" .. U.' S... 1.. South .. .-'. Phone ID.7-7155: J,

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I IDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 3885 of December, A.D '1959. IN CHANCERY NO. 3886

y ., a Florida Corporation; As Clerk of the .above Plaintiff.. CASE ff..--

r IN MANY LANDS 1 I -vs. Plaintiff First styled publication.court December 24. LOUISE BUGBEE .IN RE: Estate of


;.' In practically any land that!I CORPORATION a dissolved Dec. 24-31 1959 & Jan. 7-14 1960(-. tc NOTICE 'TO DEFEND Deceased.
is Florida Corporation etc. et alDefendant. '
you care to mention, fesating THE STATE OF FLORIDA.! TO: NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll

"<' an important part of the Newt 1 I NOTICE TO DEFEND NOTICE, OF MEETING STOCKHOLDERS I Louise 24 Bennett Bugbee Avenue creditors of the estate of
Year observance, probably on IN THE NAME TO OF THE Notice Is hereby given that the Rochelle Park. New Jersey are hereby notified and reQuired -
annual meeting of the Stockholdersof You are hereby notified that a
that a good meal on i I I Beach Holding Corporation to file any claims or demands -
the theory Daytona in
o \ the Citizens Bank of Bunnell suit has been filed against you which they have
will a' dissolved Florida corporation will be held at the office of the the above entitled cause; and you may
of the
the first day year and C. A. Randall E. A. Randall against said estate in the office of
Bank in Bunnell. Florida on Wednesday are hereby required to file.your an- the of
direc- County Judge Flagler
: assure that there will be plenty and L. A. of McKeever. as Beach January 13, 1960. at ,3:00 swer with the Clerk of this Court, County. Florida. in the Courthouseat
f : tor trustees Daytona dissolved o'clock P.M. for the election of a and to serve a copy thereof upon Bunnell. Florida within eight
. in the days ahead. I Holding Corporation a
and each and Board of Directors to serve for the plaintif or plaintiff's attorney calendar. months from the date of
Our American favorite the I Ii all Florida the unknown corporation assigns successors the ensuing year and for the trans- whose name and address is: I. the first publication of this notice.
" : other action of such other business as W. Cecil Grant Each claim or demand must be in, '
Interest trustees or
often i
i; turkey, gets the call most parties claiming by through under may properly come before the 407% Main Street writing and must state the placeof

in the United States and in i it or against said dissolved corporation meeting. Daytona Beach. Floridanot I residence and post office address
;., I none of whom can be located. HOWELL V. PEA VYt Cashier later than January 21, A. D. of the claimant and must be sworn.
; some sections a "CO Dtry. ham"is I and It not being known whether Dec. 31 & Jan. 7-2tc 1960. I to by the claimant his agent. or

:..: necessity. Feasts in England I there are any surviving trustees: If you fail to do so. decree pro his attorney or It will become void
f. ,, a i Edward Grimes whose' last FREE PAINTOne confesso will be entered againstyou according to law.

and Western Europe may known address was Los Angeles for the relief demanded in the December 17. 1959.
:' : California. extra gallon of your,choice bill of complaint. The nature of
; + include turkey, duck or goose, The unknown heirs, devisees with each gallon you buy, said suit being for divorce. Josephine SJosephine Quimby Quimby Gadap Gadapee Ex-
( Latin countries bedeck their legatees grantees creditors lIen- I WITNESS my hand and seal of ecutrix of the Estate of :Marguerite -
! ors or other parties claiming by. ,Mary Carter ,Paint Store said Court this 17th" day of December Gleason.
wol with truffles, chestnuts nad through under'or against Myrtle A. D. 1959.
Grimes Bruner John' B. Bruner. (Seal) RALPH E. HARBERT First publication on December 17.
.I' olives. I William Henry Bruner. also known Onnond Beach at Coquina Barn Clerk of said Circuit Court 1959.

f t To many Swedes, glogg is as as all Henry deceased.Bruner. James C. Bruner. Also Westarate Shopping Center Dec. 24-31 1959 & Jan. 7-14 1960-ttc Dec. 17. 1959 to Jan. 7. 1960-tc

:' important as food as.part of the I Jessie Alice Bruner. "If alive and I
' traditional if dead her unknown spouse, un-
.K holiday fare. This known heirs at law devisees legatees '

',: drink is, made with claret wine, grantees creditors lienors or I
other parties claiming by through
. sweetened with sugar and 'flavored under or against Jessie Bruner. deceased I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTOR I

< raisins : C.' A. Randall and Elma
with J A. Randall. his wife. if living 'andif I
;" dried oange peel cinnamon dead their unknown heirs devisees .
I legatees grantees creditors I .
f'- cloves and .cardamon. It is lienors. or other. parties I '
before serving. claiming by. through under or AUTO BODY MILLAND HOTEL BAR FUEL OILKING'S
, suually set afire against C. A. Randell and Elma I I

.' A popular Spanish dish is soy A.Mary Randall Bruner_ his Gralder.wife also deceased sometimes -; ODELL HERSEY'S Come And Visit TRUCK STOP

,.' pa, rice cooked with olive oil, known as Mary BrunerGreidei' PAINT &: BODY SHOP AL AND ELLIEAT PHILLIPS 66 GAS &: OILS
and if dead. her
;if living
tomatoes, vegetables and meat unknown spouse heirs at law devisees Complete Collision Service THEIR NEW BAR"You'll Delivery in the County on

legatees grantees. creditors 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
particles. Meet Your Friends Here"FLAGLER
, lienors claimIng Fuel 011 Kerosene Tractor Fuel
, or other parties ,
& Fender Work
by. through under or against BEACH I
Mary Bruner Gralder also sometimes 1 Painting. Matching. Free Estimatesu. Gasoline
known as Mary Bruner
, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND deceased John T. Bruner. Days ID 7.3372-Nlte ID 7.3267 U.S. 1 N. Bunnell ID 7-3676
. FOR FLAGLER COUNTY, FLOR- Grelder.if living and if dead; his unknown I 1 The Coolest Spot for the Coolest I I
spouse heirs at law. deyiseea. legatees I FURNITURE
y 30O1 grantees creditors lienors or AUTO SERVICE BAR
NICHOLAS MITSAKOS, other parties claiming by through. I
R Plaintiff.. under or against John T. Bruner. McDANIEL'S GIFTSLUNCHESOn ,
vLI deceased; and the Ocean Side' of AlA 3 Miles
I HAIDO MITSAKOS.Defendant. Any and all persona (save and Service Station .
G except the plaintiff herein) havingor North of Flagler Pier I Furniture

,I. NOTICE TO APPEAR AND claiming any right (title or Interest "Keep Cool at' George.& Millie's" UP TO 50% DISCOUNT
, ANSWERIN in and to the lands involvedin STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS: I
THE NAME OF THE STATE this suit and. hereinafter de- PHONE HE 9-2156 I On Furniture and AppliancesNew

.. OF FLORIDA: scribed. Tires-Batteries-Minor: Repairs I
: The respective post office address -

i', Ozone 9712 85th Park'Street and residence of each of the Bunnell ID 7-7119 BUILDING SUPPLIES 1100 Flomich A ve.-Holly Hill
above named parties is unknown.You
Long Island New York and each of you are here-

You are hereby notified that a by notified that a ,suit has been Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOIILUBRICATION WICKLINE FLOOR COVERING '
suit has been brought against you titleto ,
'.' brought against you to quiet ...
In the Circuit Court of Flagler the following described lands
r' County Florida. in Equity byE situate in Flagler County. Florida, Building.Supplies Tilecraft Company"LET
MITSAKOS. Plaintiff
< and hereby required to file GULF TIRES & BATTERIES CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS
t' you are Parcel No.1: Commencing at a US FLOOR YOU"
'* personally or by attorney with the point in the north boundary line
r Clerk of said Court your written of Government Lot' I, In Sec- Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days STEEL Armstrong & Kentile
aS defenses.' If any to the Bill In tion 23. Township 11 South
" Equity in said suit on or before Range 31 East, where it is Intersected State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Flagler Beach HE 9.2254' Sold and InstalledAll
:" the 30th day' of January. A. D. 1960 by the East boundaryline Work Guaranteed
, and also to serve a copy of your of State Road AlA, (Ocean
written defenses upon OSSINSKY Shore Boulevard); and run Colonial Service StationEARL Ormond Beach OR 7-3181
r & KROL Attorneys for Plaintiff at thence In a Southeasterly direction CLEANERS
their offices at 411 Main Street along the East boundaryof E. RICE. 'ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION
I' Daytona Beach. Florida. on or be- said State Road AlA a distance GARDEN SHOPGray'
fore the 30th day of January. A. 1). of 150 feet thence in an BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY
1960 as required by the Florida Easterly direction and parallel MOTOR TUNE-UP Garden Center

Equity Rules and herein fall not with the North line of said CLEANING
. GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES Headquarter for Gardening Needs
Pro Confesso
or Government Lot 1 to the ordi-
Decree will be entered against you 1 nary high water mark of the U.So HIWAY 1 BUNNELL.Hall's SERVICEOpen Ceramics Gifts Dry Arrangement
' by default. I Atlantic Ocean then In a North- Materials

That the suitnhas been instituted : westerly direction along the Dally 8 to 6 Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers
,. which said high water mark of the Atlantic StationJack
Is the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Ocean to the Northeast cornerof Phone ID 7-3188 TORO LAWN MOWERS
Circuit of Florida. in and for said Government Lot 1. Hall Proprietor
147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-0511
I Flagler County In Equity and that thence In a Westerly direction 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell ORMOND
the title of said cause Is as herein along( the north line. of said GASOILsLUBRICATIONTiresBatterIesAccessOries

above set forth. Government Lot l' to the placeof
You are further notified that the beginning, and being Lots 1. CONCRETE PRODUCTS HARDWARE
. nature of said suit is a suit for 2 and 3 of Block 1 of Kanaho. ROAD SERVICE
i" divorce. Subdivision according to a plat f..3652 Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.
", WITNESS my hand and seal of thereof recorded in Plat Book BUNNELL Tel. ID Your "Q" For ConcreteDial
, office at Bunnell. Flagler County. 2. ,page 42 of the Flagler County -
Florida. this 28th day of December. Florida records. J. L. Presswood Garage Agricultural &Industrial Equipment

A. D. 1959. Parcel No.2: Beginning at a ,CL 3-8113 STEEL _
x RALPH E. HARBERT point where the westerly right- STANDARD PRODUCTS Bars & Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled
. As Clerk of the Circuit Court of-way line of State Road AlA ( DAYTONA BEACH ;
: of .Flagler County Florida intersects with the north bound- General Repairing-Road Service Black&Galvanized Pipe & Fittings

(Circuit Court Meal) ary line of Sections 22 and 23. Tire, Tubes & .Accessories LAWN MOWER REPAIRS

,r. OSSINSKY & KROL Township 11. South Range 31 Visit Our Grocery DepartmentFor Quillian's Concrete Inc. 73143
Solicitors for Plaintiff East and running thence, in a Frozen Foods and Staples DEEN RD. Phone I"
"; 411 Main Street southeasterly direction along Cubed Ice
Daytona Beach. Florida the westerly boundary line of HE 9-2139 FLAGLER BEACH Village Hardware Center
Dec 31.1959 & Jan 7-14-21. 1960--4tc State Road AlA a distance of DRUG STORES
.: 100 feet; thence in a Westerly HOUSE PAINTS
Y. IN THE CIRCUIT COI RT SEVENTH direction and parallel with the I Sullivan's Gulf Service
. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IV North line of Sections 22 and Match and mix any color
-: AND FOR FLAGLEIt COUNT!: 23 of Township 11 South Range GULF Anderson Drug Store
FLORIDA IN EQUITY. EQUITY 31 East to where it Intersects I Builder's Supplies Kitchenware
. NO. 3X83 with the Easterly boundary line GAS OILS-LUBRICATION .- Prescriptions I
? Plaintiff, right-of-way; thence in a north- Beach Information Sick Room Supplies
t' va, westerly direction alone the I "Specializing in Service and Sundries AlA Onnond Beach CL 2.0420
TOMMIE RUTH FOLDS. East boundary line of Florida Clean Rest Rooms" -
: '
[ Defendant. East Coast Canal fight-of-way In The Heart of Flagler Beach BUNNELL PAINT STOREJERRY'S ;'
.' NOTICE TO APPEAR AND to a point where the East ,
', ANSWER boundary line of said Florida I r
r' lE NAME OF TH !. STATE East Coast Canal Intersects AUTO REPAIRS PAINT MART ;
INFr with the north boundary line Moody Pharmacy !
TO: TOMMIE RUTH FOLDS of said Section 22; thence. In a HANNA & VEL-VON PAINT
Sells Avenue i Easterly direction along the Shield Service Station Flagler County's Corner Drug Store
i i" Atlanta. Georgia north boundary of Section' 22 One Coat Plastic Finish
and 23. Township 11 South. Arcadlus Habel: Mechanic PRESCRIPTIONS 1.
- You are hereby notified that a Stops Masonry Dampness' >-
suit has been brought against you Range 31 East to the point of DRUGS-SUNDRIES ..
beginning it being the Inten- ,

Judicial tion of the grantors to convey Right Now We'll Overhaul and. |I FOUNTAIN SERVICEi 29 W. Granada-Ormond Beach
Lots 1 and 2 of Block 2 In
r ida In Equity Plaintiff by OSCAR and you RALPH are Kanaha Subdivision and the Repair Your Power Mower i BunnelL, Flo. Phone ID '-3661I Ph. OR 7.0761RADIOTELEVISION
F. hereby required to file personally 1 Northerly 100 feet of Block 3 No Job Too Big Or Too Small .

[b::. or by Attorney with the Clerk of I In plat said thereof Subdivision recorded according In Plat toa 111 No. Bay St. Bunnell I ORMOND PRESCRIPTION ',\ 1

, said Court your Answer or de-
fenses to the In' said Book 2, page 42, of Flagler EDGAR'S i PHARMACYSick
Complaint GARAGE
County. Florida records except-
day '
suit or
on '
L4 February. A. D. I960 and also to ing therefrom that portion of I Room Supplies-Sundries DON'S RADIO & TV
Lots 1 and 2. Block 2 taken for 24-Hour Towing'Service .
of Answer or
serve a copy your Service Zenith Sales and Service"We
'. defenses Messers. OSSINSKY, road right-of-way. cOMPLETE I 24-Hour Prescription ,
; upon REPAIRS
Parcel No. 3: The Southerly
P & KROL : Attorneys for Plaintiff.,1 Free Delivery in 'Flagler Beach Sell the Best
822.75 feet of
Northerly 922.75feet
Transmission Service
at their i office at 411 Main Street. Automatic
;<. Daytona Beach Florida on or before of that part of the unplat Wheel Balancing-Front End j. Rt. A1A: 1 'mt': North of and 'Service the Rest"
the 2nd day of February, A. D. I ted portion of Section 22. East Alignment ORMOND BEACH-TeL OR 7-1661

1960. as required by the Florida of Old Canal in Section %%. 5411 Graaada Oiwad-OR 7-O883 ,AUTO RADIOS A SPECIALTYu.
;'. Rules of Civil Procedure and herein Township 11 South. Range 31
. fall a Decree Pro Con East, excepting therefrom also Thompson' Pharmacy Hwy. 1. Ormond.. OR 7-1473
'f', fesso and Final Decree will be entered I the Southerly 122.75 feet of the I AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION '
Your' Health Is Wealth
,- by default. unplatted part of the Northerly
p-. against you 922.75 feet of Section Town REAL ESTATE
You are further notified that the Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS
f- ship 11 South.' Range 31 East. HOLLY HILLHYDROMA
. .- name of the Court in which said
_, ,r has been Instituted is the Cir In the above styled court by the IC. SERVICE : ,
cult Court. Seventh Judicial Circuit above named plaintiff and you are Margaret GivensReg.
In Our Hands
hereby required to file 1 '
of Florida. In and for Flagler
;>.J, County. In Equity, and that the of or said by your attorney with the clerk Repairing Rebuilding 141 W.. Granada-Onnond 7-1421 .. Real EstateBroker.. .
f; title of said suit. is as hereinabove defensive court your answer or other ON ALL MAKES OF Notary PublicSpecializing
pleadings to the com-
f plaint in said suit to serve a copy In
You are further' notified that the 1239 Rldgewood Holly Hill
r.., nature of said suit Is a suit for thereof plaintiffs upon Willard Howatt. OR 7-1381 FLORISTS OCEAN & RIVER PROPERTIES
attorney whose address
divorce a vinculo matrimonii. Is Phone HEmlock '9-2035
500 Exchange Bank Building
office,WITNESS at Bunnell.my hand Flagler and County.seal of St. Augustine. Florida on or before BAR AND PACKAGE STORE Blacks Flower ,ShopPhone Ken Mar Motel-Flagler Beach

this 16th day of December the 21st day of January A.D.
r. 1960. and the PUBLISHERS & PRINTERS
,; A. D. 1959. Flagler FLAGLER BEACH IDlewood 7-334S ,
a newspaper meeting the
r ., Clerk of the Circuit"- Court requirements for prescribed by law HOTEL BARt P.O. Box' 3'Bunnell, Fla. The, Flagler Tribune a
of Flaglev County 'Florida such purpose. Is hereby desig- I '
r"' Circuit C.urt SesI1OSSINSKY nated as the newspaper .in which "The MeetingPlace ,Flowers For Alt Occasions Publishers Printers '
.& KROL this notice shall be published oncea Phone ID. '
, 7-3282
Solicitors for, Plaintiff week for four.consecutive weeks. of Flagler' 'County""Jim 1 We accept orders for Delivery ;
Herein fall not or Decree Pro Bunnell Florida
411 Main Street i' Anywhere in the U.S.A. ,
\, Daytona Beach. Florida Confesso, will be' entered. against, '.__ and Yvonne Serrtog".
& Jan 7-14 1960 4tc you.<<>> -
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I REBECCA MERCER Mrs. Lotta Wadsworth of Hawthorne Mr. and Mrs. Coy Harris, Jr.,
HONORED WITH A visited here during the have as their house guests for '
BIRTHDAY PARTY holidays with her sons and their two weeks his mother, Mrs. Coy

I.I families, Mr. and Mrs. William Harris, Sr., and children, Caro
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mercer entertained
-f fa Wadsworth and Mr. and Mrs. lyn, Billy, Fred and Ann,. of
with wiener roast Monday
Lewis Wadsworth: BonUa v
afternoon ,honoring their
daughter, Rebecca- who celebrated ----
her sixth birthday anni- I .



I CHRISTMAS DAY DAY neighborhood playmates and her

cousins. Present Hal,
were -
Mr. and Mrs. Duane Deen en- Enjoying a family reunion
tertained members of their fam- and Christmas Dinner at the Gwenie and Mark King, Robert,I Market
of J. C. Hall Sr., Ann and Billy Creal, Elizabeth
ily at a, Dinner Party on Christ- home Mrs. were
!I William Hall MI- Matherly, Eula Lee Moody, _
,mas Day at their home Old Mr. and Mrs. ,
chael Enos Mr. and Mrs. Jack Roseann and 'Eddie Porch.
Dixie.' Your Red & White Store
Their guests included Mr. and Hall and children, Mary Bailey, Mrs. Mercer was assisted in
Mrs. C.' A. Riddell of Bunnell; Mr. and Mrs. Dave Dobson, Mr. caring for her guests by her 119 N. BAY St. Phone ID .73496WE

Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Magee of and Mrs. M. B. McDaniel, A. M. sister, Miss Sammie, Whitaker.
Flagler'Beach; Mr. and Mrs. C.S.Deen McDaniel, Robert McDaniel, Mr. WISH YOU, ALL A BIG AND SUCCESSFUL

of Savannah, Ga.; June and Mrs. O. C. Shelton,and children 1960. WE HAVE PLENTY OF BLACKEYED

Deen of Miami; Joy Sisco of Jackie and Traci. Visiting here during the holidays PEAS AND RICE AND HOG JOWLS.
J 1 with Mr. and Mrs. William
Jacksonville; Mrs. Margaret 1I
Deen and children, Joy, Sisco,t I Hall 'was her son, Michael 'Enos, Small & MeatySPARE
and Claudia, of Ormond*Beach;
and Suellen and Elaine'Deen of I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J.. Hark- .I II RIBS' tb Z9C
I Bunnell. ness Jr., of Flagler Beach announce ., and Mrs. Leon Pierce and 7 inch Rib End

the arrival of a son born I son, Hubert, have returned to PORK LOIN ROAST
i MR. AND MRSCELEBRATE DAY at the Flagler Clinic and Hospital their home here after a holiday tb 39c

TENTHANNIVERSARY December 29. He weighedsix I visit in Eutaw, Ala., with rela I U. S. GoodCHUCK,
pounds fourteen ounces and tives. '

Mr.:, and Mrs. John ,Day cele- has been given the name of /ROAST n,49e
brated their, tenth wedding anniversary Thomas James III. "
on December 23 at Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Mercer Seminole or Campfire

their home. East Moody Blvd. I Roseann_ and Jessie Porch, of Or. SLICED BACON 29C
Rev. and Mrs Thomas Pinner tb
Several friends called by durIng lando visited here this week ,
I the evening to celebrate the spent Christmas in Jacksonville with Mr.. and Mrs. J. F. Mercer.
visiting with their families. Red & WhiteCOFFEE
Mrs. Harriett Watkins returned 39C
to her 1tb can
home in
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilson of Gene Harris of Pensacola visited
1 tb with5.00 order
N. Y. Bronxville'l
Monday after
Kingsville, Texas, are visiting here several days last week
here with Mrs. Wilson's brother I with his brothers, Coy, Ralph,I visit here with her i FlaGa Long Grain
law ,and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A.
and Rex Harris. ,
in law and sister, Mr.and Mrs.
E. Smythe, and her brother and RICE 3ge
C. B. Eisenbach. 40 Bag
sister in, law, Mr. and Mrs. R.A.I Ii II oz. .
Mrs. Virginia High visited in Powell. Red & White -
; New Year IsTimeToSay Ft. Myers during the holidayswith

her sister and brother in Guests f' and Mrs. An.1 MAYONNAISEBluebird Pint; f 25e

law. drew Zalewski during the I
iRemember' days were 'their son in law I 6 oz. canORANGE

daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
It Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morris Harry JUICE 6 89c
t Biedzycki and daughter, Marcia,I for
have as their house guests her
of Ein, Tenn. Birdseye 10 oz.CREAMED.
Watching the old out and parents, Mr. and Ms. A. L. Salt,
year Guests of Mr. and Mrs.,James!I .
the-New Year l ,-isanAmedcan of Gulfport. I Crews Sunday was her CORN 2 for 39c
c I tradition. Some like to follow the Mrs. Margaret mother,1
Fagan 10 .
I crowds to Times Square; others I Mr. and Mrs." i E. Barber of Steven, of Orlando. I .Birdseye oz.BLACKEYED

prefer the atmosphere of' a restaurant Miami visited here Christmas PEAS 27c

or night spot; and of with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Barber. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Cockrell and I I

those, who, so desire the major. daughter visited in Eutaw, Ala- j Birdseye 10 oz.

ity may do it the easy way relaxing :Mrs. Rex Harris and Mrs. Ralph bama, during the holidays with GREEN PEAS 2 41c
in their favorite chair Harris are spending a ,few daysin relatives. '

and watching TV. .. New Orleans visiting- with .
No matter how the "watch-I
and is done, '
; "waiting",
Guests of Mr. and Mrs James
t someone. will probably say, "I I Crews this week' is his mother, ..
remember when..." As certain ".
J Mrs. Violet Crews of Waycross,
ly as we all look for good things '.
f t in the year ahead, we're sure to I Georgia. To All of You

take note of the fact that some I
Mr. and Mrs. James Crews and

I important deeper and deeper event into is,the slipping pages Titusville children spent visiting Christmas, with Mr.Day and in I From Each of Us "

of history. Mrs. Lee Burnsed. I ." .. : .:<
J Some oldtimers will remember, / .
for example, that the U.S. par Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carle, Susan,I f_
t': cel post system was inaugurated Arthur and,Glenn, visited with I
r.' in 1913 and that six years later, I relatives in St. Clairsville, Ohio, I -

r t in 1919, New Year's:Day was declared -i during the holidays.' i iI .

t;.. out the a country legal holiday with throUgh-I I Mr, and Mrs. Frank Boswell Best Wishes'For a Happy 'and Prosperous
ception of i returned to their home here Sunday I

it Washington, D.C. Or that the I after a holiday visit in.Ala
first cable across the Pacific was bama with relatives. .

completed'in 1903. Overseas, the
t" Mr. and ,Mrs. A. B. :Andersonleft
USSR was formed in 1923. ,Here
at'home the Social Security ad- Tuesday for Summit, ,N, J., L New Year.
ministration was, inauguratedin to attend the wedding of their : ;

1937. These dates may be son Graves., Rex, to Miss Marjorie ;::': --- -" "., :.,', :_;:'
well remembered because all of \
these things happened on .Ja'n-I I 1 ,r..' ,'.' '
uary 1. '; '
While'enjoying the luxury of

viewing from ,the Times comfort Square of 'the activity living Bunnell, Theatre. Flagler 'County Sheriff's Dept.

room, through the medium of .
'_ .., .... '.. t
TV, we might also note that the Fri. '& Sat. Jan, 1.2 : '

first, motion picture was shown ... 'i .;'A :1/\: ,' _: : ', Homer and Mabel Brooks
to the public'some 66 years ago, LONE TEXAN ,, -- ." .

in April, of :1894...the Edison ', .. : Walt
kinescope.The Starring ,: ': ; :. _1.t>. Eberhardinger
system of troa t1velyofferecs'Jn Willed Parker Audry Dalton,. < .f_ .'.'. :: Leroy Irvin .
: ,
,:1906,. was titled The y >" t .,>' ',. '- '. .
Life of an' American Fireman" <:} :" Ace Drummond
and waS withouta"plot. In.1905. ...-...' ., ,, .r},
Sun. & :Man Jan 3-4
: ,
The Great. ,Train 'Robbery" -.r-,' .', :':r;. ,:!; 4' ,r<, .', ':..-,, ,:l .i: : Celia Lord -

":; made movie:headlines: ,and U1anyl FLOODS. ''OF)PEAS ,.P -1 i'r' .. '" ';i' .
'. years later ,along:'.'came' ; ; .. Jo Ann and Johnny Lynn .,

don as. "Hie] ::Jartk Singer. ," thej

!.-= '>';:,f' :%' ,"first" picture t: With...., ,spoken ,se-. Shred;Kl=' +w wda t .
: quence' :aathe first'alltalk' w
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6f: : rX, ...,..._. : __ THE F IAGLER: TRIBUNE,', BUNNELI*,. FLORIDA Thursday, Dec. 31 i} ,

.. ,'\ .. -_ T. ..
: 'to ;.n f. tM "rT .11) *?, -
NEW i YEAR H STOM very elaboralegifts'on this day. ,, -. .....
x NEXT:;ACTn; THE "WEIGHT'lIFTER',. Lissl =COINED TIN:.MONEY' i The gifts'presented'r and received

I New Year's Day.hasn't'always- by ordinary: people led to the' TV Bob
: .
phrase"pin It was customary'
: oney
I been January 1 in England, but
i whenever the day fell it was_ for men to give their
wives and for SERVICEall
I the occasion for giving and daughters money _
re-I pins and knick-nacks 'on New
I ceiving presents. makes
,,Year's Day.
and received
I Kings queens ,< .I
LAG i i! -... Sales, Tubes and .

I Antenna Installation

vas, PHONE HE 9-2204


JD.a Will Open Saturday, Jan. 2 I II DIRT CONTRACTSCALL

11 / P E I

JQo '11 a.m. to 9 p.m.. i jI ji iI EMIL MISSINNEPhone \

II '
I HE 9-2094

Starting Jan. 9 We Will Be I FLAGLER, BEACH I

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Open 6 a.m. to 9 : REFINANCE YOUR DEBTS
pm. I
Bowl Game'Was Not
Rose Science Proved With a Long TermFEDERAL
I I.
Always Main. Attraction!

Of The Tournament Rose BowU football Of Roses game Our Earth Is .I We Will Be Closed All Day FARM LOANR.

began as a supplement to the Centuries Old W. BRYAN
Tournament of Roses in 1902.: Each Production Credit Assn.
Success of the Calofornia classic Monday Wednesday10:00PALATXA
How old is this earth of ours? FLORIDA
brought about the many Modern researchers, using the '
"bowl" games that are played I .
principle of radioactivity to
today. Surprisingly, the Rose GLENN & RUTH MILLER
"date" wood samples, have proven i YOUR CLOSEST OUTLET
Bowl football did not
game it is at least 4,600 years old.I I I'f. For Quality Furniture
catch the immediate :fancy of j
Atomic scientists expect to extend "We're Out of the
the public. After the 1902 ,
game their measurements be- Hight Rent District"

in Stanford which, chariot Michigan races'were defeated sub- yond 20,000 years, long before tIi ...............w""............................,........""..........l'.l'.................l'.w.....,. CHRIS'S FURNITURE

,stituted ,and collegiate footballwas i the dawn of history. : FOR ALL HOURS-DAY,OR NIGHF 1660 Rldgewood Ave. Holly IIIIIO. I
I According to Jewish dogma .
not a, part of the Tournament ...
I.and tradition, the Day of Creation Y''W' '
: ''"
-of Roses :again until 1916. antedated the birth of AMBULANCE. F. ALFORD
But the of the bowl
"daddy" I
Christ approximately 3,761 years. PHONE VAlley 41625E Registered
games has been going great Thus the Jewish calendar, SERVICE 'I. .
ever since. I AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA 'Real !
guns I which the Jews adopted duringthe Estate Broker

15th century, reads 5720 in Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia,Ambulance. We BunnelL Florida

CLASSIFIED'ADS relation to 1959 A.D. are always at your service with promptness., safety and _......-..... ........................_
Use of the notation A.D. (in =

. the year of our, Lord) was inaugurated = xperieic0c, RCA VICTOR

I by Charles III of Ger- Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator LIVING COLOR TV
'many, who affixed the symbolism = "LOOK FOR TilE PICTURE
; Umttmgm aide .tal headlajc aNa to the years of his reign Garcia Funeral Home IN TilE WINDOW
eeata per irerd each laaertlea. I"in 879. Southern Radio & Television

. AO eeata la mlalmam chargev The system',, of retroacively .: P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director 226 E. Granada ORMOND Ph. OR. 7-2001
' FOR RENT-2-room cotage near .
dating the years' prior to the

r'. school Phone,ID suitable 7 3706,for.after couple 6 P. only.M. I I Saviour's birth' and dedicating I ""...........fA.-' ........................l'w......"..............11I.-...... THE: OUTBOARDERAuthorized
I I'O' the succeeding years. to His
: 12-31-Itp greater Glory was invented, along Evlnrude Dealer

. FOR RENT-Unfurnished house, with the Christian era, bya BOATS ACCESSORIES_ REPAIRS tI

large living room, dining room,' mbnk about 532 A.D. The ,: r Dockage -WE Storage FINANCE- Free *Ramp
4 and kitchen, 2'bedrooms, 2 baths, Christian era begins on January 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona
,; ,Hillcrest, Flagler Beach, phone I 1 in the mi'ddle'of the fourth ,
f :'HE 9-2247i: 12-31-2tc year of the 194th Olympiad, trie
,. I 753rd year of the building of BUNNELL
E LOST-Tackle box on Pier, $5 Rome and in 4714 of the Julian LODGE No. 200
:reward for its return to' W. Period. /Jkv ;i F. & A. M.
Fr' Marlsburg or R. R. Mosby.. I,' The Julian period invented by I Iw' Meets First and Third Tuesday

I :12-31-ltc Joseph Scaliger, about 1583, A.D. II Dean
M. Peterson. M.
'devised by "multiplying the I
r' I was JOHN A. CLEGG Secy.
HAPPY NEW YEAR lunar cycle 19, solar cycle 28,
\ If you have about 4 hours per and the Roman f day. like people and need '. :
'.. tra money write AVON Manager I The Egyptians devised a cal- 'k1 : I Electrical
box %46. Lockhart. Fla.
NOW. endar about 4,000 ,,B.C. and
using the Mundane era of Alex- !
ID 7-3589 call
I I or
I>,. FOR ..BENT-2 bedroom furnished ander, estimated the "beginning" : ; 4' I HARRIS APPLIANCE CO.

house with garage, "CenI I to be 5502 B.C. Harold Emery

: tral Ave., Flagler Beach. can.. I G
HE 9.2318 or see Zeke .
12-24, -tfc New Year A'i//R/gllTNOW/
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FOR SALE-Strauffer Massage

Table, 1959 Model. Call HE I In. All Languages WITH JEWELER I

4 9-2318 or see Margaret Chaffee,! DIAMONDS-WATCHES ,

: Flagler Beach.1224 Nowadays it is possible to buy PhosdrinLIQUID ,REPAIRING

FOR BENT-Furnished 6-room greeting cards which extend New VVVWWVWWAVWWWWVulribunr
Year wishes in several languages .
and 3-room apartments, $30.00 '
per month. Capitol Motel, Ko- 'P1ls..modem developmentis I OR DUST I. il mITt l 3TIagIPr
: rona. Phone, ID 73649. a convenience for those who .
.( '..' ,,12-10-U send greetings friends in' the f I BUHHKU, FLORIDA
country"wherever -
Can be used cabbage 24 hours
: .' SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reasonable to be. ,
: country happens to read directions,on the labels and
before harvest I It Is important MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor
I; rates. George; Jarosz, Phone Should you be'sending a card .follow them at all times.,
; ID 73410. U-112tc to friends in Paris, the greet- I I Designated Oflclal Pablleatloa '
ing would be "Bonne Anee!" In ,
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''JOHNSTON'S Spanish, the greeting. is 'Teliz FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL_ SUPPLY COMPANY Ceaaty Municipalities taereta
Ano Nuevo!" and in sunny Italy,
sad the State .f Florida
FLAGLER, 'BEACH REALTY CO. "Bu )I}. Capo d'Anne!",

LOTS, HOMES. OCEAN FRONT, "E1 l Gleuckliches Neues Jahr"is ,Eatered mm.. .e..ad tlmmm mattei
.,. WATER FRONT FARMS- the/salutation one might sendor Fa lI'e.I'tUIQ'.I.13..t the ...to"ac
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See us for*year.ea1'estate need Germany. March 8. 18T8. I
'Whatever the' language I
= Office Phone: HE 92032,
r ,words New '
t'/ : : Residence. Phones ID 7.3691 "Happy the : of .wishesfor'the.year representonly ,_'._ DIVISION OF WILSON. iTOOMtt: fERTILIZER_ CO One rear 'J.IO'
; or ID 7-3517 pest I clix month! .' 4U5
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