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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: January 7, 1960
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
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System ID: UF00079914:00159
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLU4E47,.' NO., 52 BUNNELL, FLORIDA) : :THURSDAY! JAN. 7, 1960 $2.50 A YEAR

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Construction :J Foundation Gets ',' l arnl Givfn:1-:1: -BiiDDsll> 'PostofficelluCuiiiurior Wickline Now


$1,000 From Club : ; ; ; 1959 .
Chairman of
Permits: Lag '' Dog Owners Atl ';;;,:
Of Polish Citizens'Several Fall Below 1958
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Here In. 1959 County Board
years ago there was The. 1959 annual report ol the ..
I Beach
Building permits issued by organized in Korona ,a Polish',Flagler Bunnell Postoffice shows a decrease -
City Clerk L. H. Drady for all American club, and 'many benefit of about $7 in the total The Board of County Commis-

of 1959 amounted to $135, 460, affairs were given under Its I The Town of :.Flaglec Beach receipts as compared with the sioners Monday morning elected

'a drop from ,a total in 1958 I of sponsorship with" the intent of has, an ordinance requiring own.' 1958, report. George Wickline' chairman of
$289,750. .. building a clubhouse. In'the ers of dogs to have a license for' Postmaster Ray Mercer said of 'the board nd'" E. A. Hunter

The total ,amount of permits .intervening years a little: over a the animals. Some owners have I' the decrease in business occurred vice chairman their' reorganization

for 1959 issued by City Clerk $1,000 was acquired. Now that j not complied with the ordinance, during the fourth quarterof meeting. '
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: has been {City Clerk Rudolph; Peterson I II Walter Knight and Walter Cody
Rudolph Peterson of Flagler sum given to the 1959 which, of course, in- I
Beach was $215,325, he reported Kosciuszko Foundation which I I said today. / j cluded the Christmas Season re appeared before the board and
today. A breakdown of the various promotes many good things for As a consequence,' Peterson I ceipts. requested- that...the board clean
I added, dog owners, have been out both big and, little Haw
types of structures involved both Polish and American citizens 1 The tourth quarter receipts
were not available.In John Cyzycki, president i given until January 15 to se- I were $1,000 short of the same Creeks so that better drainage
club said cure the necessary license or I reports would be obtained in the Haw
Bunnell' the breakdown the today. Other of- period In the. 1958
shows' $8,000.10r additions and I ficers are Mary Novak vicepreslent [ run the risk of having their dogs Creek section. The board, by

alterations; .$40,450 for new ; S. Novak, treasurer; {t picked up. (7- -- .-.----- i motion, agreed to request the
home construction; commercial and F. ,Nowicki, cashier. i Bunnell Makes Soil Conservation Service to.,

.structures .(In which was lumped I! If you remember your American survey the project and it also

.school addditions): was $97,010. :. history you will recall that 'Crescent City agreed to acquire easements for
Foster the work.
; The total for Bunnell in 1957 : General Kociuszko came from{Stephen '
',was' 871,425. Included in this I Poland and helped the American VictimThe The board agreed to rent the l
Fourth
.figure, however-were permits for Colonies fight a war for our Week IsSet For Bunnell airport to NASCAR,t for I!
"national"
two churches, school construction freedom. championship drag
Bunnell Bulldogs scored I races February 7.13 at $50 a day.
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and a federal housing i The foundation has been established -
project.. # I a number of years at January 1319Stephen heir, fourth win of the season In a letter to the board NAS

15 East 65th St. New York City. Tuesday night, winning over CAR and the National Hot Rod

I The foundation dedicated: to Foster Week, markingthe Crescent City 6852. Association will carry insurance
Ground Climate ,Polish culture, and it has helped anniversary of the noted The: Bulldogs started the game I of; $200.000 and $500,000 public

: in effecting exchange of Polish composer's death nearly a century with a bang, scoring 21 pointsin liability and $100,000 nondeductible -

5 Feet Above I I and, American students; provided ago, will be observed at the .first quarter. After this property damage. The
i scholarships to an increasing the Stephen Foster Memorial on I Ciea>i (City did not threaten association also agreed to ar

number of American students of I the Suwannee River at White ,The :Bulldogs had at half-time range for adequate law enfroce-

Often Varies Polish descent and war refugees Springs;with several special pro I 4118. ment to insure orderly conduct.
i grams during the January 13-19 i Bunnell scoring was led by of the event '

: The microclimate-that' around -continue or period, Foster L. Barnes, directorof I Robert Cook with 24 points.
growing crops in the\\field Henry Wells 13 and Mike Parker
tion in American colleges or the Memorial, announces. -
New ClassroomsAre
\ -often'varies widely from the .universities. Foster, composer of Florida's with 12. Buddy Taylor did a

-macroclhnate-:"that in which -*Ttiexfi ndajUon is engaged in state song, "Way Down ,Upon, good job of rebounding on both
man lives and which is measured the .,River" and offense and defense. Completed
many :other4 VacSV i l; that aredesigned uwanne more
,1 by the various. weather 4h.an.425Q'o.the'r'&elodies- at The Bimnell girls won-:.62.5S. _, .
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stati' w. relations' Between Poland the age of 37 years on January I High point/for the-Lassies.was And Accepted
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1 -- This :ii; s been illustratedstudies "iri and the United, States. ': 13, 1864. Because of Foster's Annette Strickland with 27, fol. .
at the University of Flor- I musical genius. the Suwanneehas lowed by JoAnn :Morris with 21. The two new classrooms at

ida Agricultural Experiment Sat- I become the.most-sung-about Guards Marlene Ricks and Lynda Bunnell High School, built by

Lion by research team in the Western Union river in the world, and the State Revels did a good' job con. the school board and not con-

agronomy department of Florida's 243-acre park and taming the Crescent City forwards tracted, were approved at the
They have found that on a memorial maintained board's
Moves To Pure are as a meeting Monday afternoon -
fair September day in Gainesville tribute to one of the world's Bunnell will play their next Supt Z. D. Holland said.

the temperature measuredin great melody makers. two games at home. Fdday, Building these rooms our.
a five-foot weather shelterwas Oil 'Station The State of Florida, by legislative January 'Hastings and Tues- selves Mr. Holland said, saved

92 degrees,. while that of ,act, made "Suwannee Riv- day, January 12, New Smyrna. the taxpayers approximately 30
an alfalfa stem recently defoli The Western Union headquarters -
er" the state song designated per cent. He said that two ad
ated by cutting for hay was 129 was moved on Wednesdayof
January 13-19 as Stephen Foster ditional
rooms were built by
,degrees., Temperatures above this week to the office of the State Residents
Week, and established the contract at the Flagler Beach
140 degrees have been measuredat Pure Oil Service Station, located .
Stephen Foster Memorial, which school two
years ago, using concrete
the surface of bare soils in, on the corner Highway 1 arid
has been developed at a cost of Paying Heavy blocks, at a cost of $22,000.
Florida Moody Blvd. Mr. and Mrs.
more than a million dollars and The two built at Bunnell are
During cold winter nights says Henry Richards will be in charge which has attracted more than '''Federal TaxesFloridians brick, veneer, a more costly typeof
Prine in low- of the office. .
Dr. temperatures
I I two million visitors since it was construction, cost only 16000.
be 6 to The Western Union office has.
'growing vegetation may opened to the public in 1950. dug deep in their Additional facilities were builtat
:. 10 degrees lower than that re-1 I been: located In' the Flagler Ii Programs during Foster Week pockets to pay a tax bill of the Bunnell school two years
,
ported,by the local weather Hardware with Mr. and Mrs.
will include a number of 'special $2,367,225,000 during the past ago by Warren Construction Co.
tions; T. K. McKnight since last August i recitals of Foster melodieson fiscal year to. federal, state and but because they were not up

the world's, largest set of tubular local governments, the Florida to specifications the board re

,Income: Tax :Booklet bells. The 97 bells are State Chamber:; of Commerce re quired correction before final

SUPERINTENDENT- housed in the 200-foot Foster carillon ports. payment. Monday the board

IS) Now. Available RETURNS TO OFFICESchool tower, located on a knoll Indications point to- a 5 per settled with the construction
overlooking the Suwannee River. cent increase during the cur- company and the American
"The annual publications ,by Superintendent Z. D, On Wednesday, January 13, rent year which ends in mid- Surety Co. after the discrepancieshad
the Internal revenue Service of Holland returned to his office the 95th anniversary of the.com 1960, the State Chamber added. been corrected.

toO i .. '"Your Federal Income Tax" and Monday morning after an ab poser's death, the "Singing Making up the tax bill last
s and "Tax Guide for Small Bus- sence due to illness. Strings Trio," representing theSouth year were federal collections of
't ness" are how available to taxpayers He was a patient in the local Miami Music Club will $1.147,281,000 and an estimated City Collection,'

.. ," Director Laurie W. TOm-, hospital about a month and has' present 'a series of 30-minute amount of $275 million in "hid-
r linson announced today. .. been recuperating at his home concerts in the Foster Museum, den" federal taxes; state collections Of Taxes Lagging
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These publications have been for several days. Barnes said. The musicians are amounting to $521,944,000; Property owners-.--in,. Bunnellare
revised to cover changes in taX I Lucy Morrp, violinist; Marjorie county collections of some $245 lagging in paying their- 1959
law, regulations and rulings. cellist and million and the municipal taxes
Harp, ; Faye Foster Cfty Clerk L. H. Drady'reported
,Tax problems which may arise Besides measuring the microclimate -
: pianist. They will play their "take" of $188 million. today. We have col.
*.'Cin the preparation of 1959 Federal the scientists' are trying
/ ; arrangements of Foster Songs, Over the five-year period lected only 71 per cent of the
income tax returns ire to modify it in a manner I Including a. number of his lesser 1954.1859, federal taxes gained roll, he said,'" while the county
; treated in ,great length and, are beneficial, to plants. In on experiment known compositions. 53 per cent; state taxes were Up payments are nearing 100 percent

r <' '..ail. easily- understood language. they studied the jrt- Barnes said that other musical 63 'per cent and county and _
a : These booklets have filled-In vantages planting rows running .. groups .also will appear on municipal taxes increased 58 percent The county allows discounts
\ 'sample returns; :keyed .to page in different directions. I. various
programs during the beginning at four per cent for
; number; where detailed explanations. -* Temperature tof the soil at a divides
; week, and that a special recog- Last year's total out November payments and one
may be ,found. Easily 1-inch depth and air at 3and'' I nition program is planned Sun- to $524 for every resident of per cent less each month

r fund<< chapter headings will .as- 12.inch heights at the middleof day, January 17, for a numberof Florida, men, 'women and chil- through February. The city allows

siflt.in qqick determination_ of I I fair day in: December was as I outstanding Floridians who dren. This, amount is 19 percent only two per cent for No

specific problems.The much as 7 to 10 degrees higher I have assisted in development of more than the per capitatax vember payments, one per cent
cost ofth4se booklets ,is in rows ,of sweet, blue lupine I
the memorial over the years. paid five years ago. for December and none, there.
,40 cents each.' They may be obtained running north,sand, south and Although over the past decadeper after.: r ,
from fee Government those running east, and westSune ALASKA'S POPULATION capita taxes have gained 3 '.
Wasfefcsten, 25, reached the. ground than
Printing O ce, appreciably faster per capita The
Alaska's population of first signal book in the
.. D.. C., <*;,'ffe: M the Dfetrict:.;DJ.'1 i l in the Bortfe-seuth rows,. not in .includes some 40,000 Eskimosand ,211,000 income, during the last five U.S. Navy was issued in '1797
rector of;I tef iia1 Revue, Sates the 'east-west .ones 'Winds and years, rates of'gain in taxes and by Truxtun.

G \\\ Agent,: P,941&8. ,JacksonFlorida. I I clouds reduced the temperature. Indians descendants of prehistoric income have been virtually pa. Thevolume Captain contained Thomas. approximately
difference between plots. immigrants from Asia. ;
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' PAGE,TWO r ':; /.'\THE'FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA. ,:._, *y \. Thursday, Jan.7 Ii?)=1960

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;; :? qiit,! f: :. i:: *-t .WATCH' PARTY / "]r '.'Mr. and Mr&f ;Chester Montgomery -" In '1879' the first' electric' light .

.. ?V3l Mr. and Mrs. MerwinWhiteley have beenlentertaing as company_ was "formed In New ; ,
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\ entertained on New Year/s Eve i houseguests their daughter and York.

' ; J-lagler '. (::>eac n i at 'their homeon Central Ave. I son in law, Mr*.and Mrs. James -

with a Watch Party. r Their Prindible from Stebbinville.Ohio IN THE CIRCUIT 'COURT OF

:' >< LUNA BABBITT I guests were Dr.and. Mrs, War with their four,sons, Pat, Gary, FLAGLER CHANCERY COUTY N0 38e1 FLORIDA", IN ,

:. ..., Telephone HEmlock 9.2098 ren..Michaels: and their/:houseguest Alike, and Bill. They also madea CONSTANCE GALANIS.Plaintiff ,(

... Mrs. Philo Holcomb, Jr. short trip to Miami to- spend '
. of New York.. '. ; GEORGE CvGAL ;NIS, .s
FLAGLER BEACH METHODIST GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY New Years and have been pn Defendant

J CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS ,CELEBRATION :. I other sight-seeing, trips form J NOTICE TO DEFEND
.. I THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
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"KEEPERS OF THE SPRINGS" Amy and< Harold Threadgill i i here. George C. Galanls
; Mr. and Mrs. James Phenix North Street
have just returned from a com- I :
t was announced as the 'theme Topsfield. Massachusetts
celebrated their golden wedding bination and business You are hereby
"P pleasure notified that a
for the morning worship serviceat I Tuesday and i Friends of Harry Jennings, suit has been filed against you in
anniversary on
', ., .the Methodist Church,for Sunday trip to Atlanta. Mrs. Threadgill former resident ,here, will'be interested the above entitled cause; and you 1;
,, honor at the home are hereby required
" were guests visited their son Sam and famIly to file your
Jan. 10th at 10:30 AMby to hear that he Is'now answer t with the Clerk of this
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charonin while Mr Court and to
Threadgill spent serve thereof
a copy
the Rev. Reynold Hoover. Church a patient at Bay Pines Hospitalin
upon the plaintiff
" the evening at a dinner Mr. or plaintiff's attorney -
four
f School follows at lliSO'and; choir days. visiting and/studying St. Petersburg. whose name and address la:
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and Mrs.' Phenix are from Arlington the changes in fanancing created W. Cecil Grant -
;'. rehearsal is held ,each Thurs 407% Main Street
' Vermont but have spent by the last session, .of Con- Daytona Beach, Florida
: at 6 P.M} All services Charles
from
day
are .the last four winters here in the Nbrthrip Titus- not later than February 9th. A .D. .
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held in the Woman's Club building gress. ville and Gainsville spent two I960. .;t -
Charon Apartments, enjoying .He consulted with the Federal If you fail to do so"., decree pro
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days ,here last week with Jud- confesso will be entered against'
the fishing during their stay. Reserve, Housing and Home Fi you for the relief demanded lathe :';" .
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The official Board son .
regular Stryker..The
bill of complaint.
The
Joining them for the dinner nance Federal ) nature ofsaid
Agency Housing
meeting was held on :Monday suit being for divorce. '
were Miss Viola Bateson and Administration, Federal National WITNESS my hand and" seal of
evening and the Men's' Club famous, Cullinan Diamond said Court this 4th day of January -
Mrs. Nannie Shea from Providence -
Mortgage Association and Av D.1960..
volunteered to The Ex found in 1905
carats
sponsor weighed 3,106 (Official Seal)
R.I. and son William Phe- Small Business Administration."It .
plorer's Group of the Boy Scouts. in ,the rough. RALPH E. HARBERT
nix of ;Nutley, New Jersey. looks like money is going Clerk of said Circuit Court
Other busines was the appointment Jan. 7-14-21-28--4tc
to stay tight for time and
some --
r of Frank Schwenk: B. H. J_...__ _. __. ,un. t -.
NEW YEARS DINNER interest .rates will oe nign.
:Taylor Lynn Gage, and Bernie
Wilson as Church ushers for the Mr, and Mrs. Leonard Moody Houses will probobly cost more 'f i ,
; in 1960 due to increased cost To All friends
-coming year and Mr. Harold entertained on New Year's evening ,Our And Customer

. ,} Massie as the chairman of the at their home In Venice Park of material, labor and 'financ

." reception committee1. ; with a dinner: Guests were Mr. ing. However, the next Congress ,
We Wish To Express OUT Thanks In Appreciation
and Mrs. W. H. Atkinson, Sr., probably will give F.H.A. 'more f 0'I -

., Mr. and Mrs. William Babbitt Mrs. Myrna Knight, all of Bun- money to use and will extend Of Your Patronage In The Past Year And May You,

motored to Jacksonville Monday nell, Mr. and Mrs. James the date on which Veterans .can I

morning to accompany her Thompson from Ochochobee, :Mr. i apply 'for home loans. ," Mr. All Have A Happy And Properous 1960.

father Ray Burkholder, and-'her and Mrs. J. E. Wilson from Dris-' Threadgill said.

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brother, Gerald, on their recur ;-Texas. "
... to South Bend. Ind:, after 'spend Vistihg with Dr. 'and Mrs. "
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Warren Michaels this month is Lew & Pat Wellwobd
ing the week end here. Private and' Airs. Donald
Aaron spent his fourteen day I her sister MrsPhilo Holcomb,I

furlough here during the holi Jr. form Great Neck, N.Y. I

days with their parents Mr. and 1

Mrs. Willie Lee Aaron of Flagler Mrs. Inez Williams /and her SURF BAR & RESTAURANT

Bunnell Theatre Beach and Mr.' and Mrs. Emmett daughter.Carolyn: have returned -

v Strickland 'and her sister Doro to their home here after MILES NORTH OF FLAGLER BEACH AlA #:

,- .,.: ,' Fri. &. Sat.. v Jan. ,8.9 thy in Korona. Donald has been spending the holidays in Atlanta I ,. --

<> stationed at ,Fort Gordon in Augusta Ga., with relatives. '"
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Starring- .Ox trasferred to Fort Devans inMassachusetts. ," 'I 1 i '. .
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Donald has
returned .

.,, : caesar- Romero.J ';.-pCargia Deem. to report for duty buf / i i.: ; fit ';,
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his wife will remain here untila Jfj'4"DON'T <
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Ladd Carolyn JonesIN :
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'. From W. O. Hosea, Corning ," ,:J .' ., ,TO ThE FOLKS BACK HOME! ... ;, l':
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THE CIRCUIT I COURT. I was a boy we cut wheat with .J ,J '-;'<-t. :; ,
TII JUDICIAL.CIIICUIT 'SEVEN-I what was called' cradle. Oneor S. i!; .'-.. Jf'' '
FOR FLAGLER COUNTY ,
would cut while .
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IDA. IN EQUITY. EQUITY: NO.
others followed and tied the
NICHOLAS' :MITSAKOS. bundles with wheat straw. My .
Plaintiff,
'had what was called ..
va. grandfather .
HAIDO :MITSAKOS,Defendant. I a dropper. It had a sickle likea % & Le.ri ; .. .. v.t

NOTICE TO APPEAR AND mower and a reel and platform : .
ANSWERIN I to the right behind the sickle to I ,"
THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF, FLORIDA: hold'the wheat, until there was : _-
TO; HAIDO MITSAKOS enough for a bundle. Then it .
9712 85th
Street .
Ozone Park would rake it oft and pile it. It ,
Long: Island New York took three men to keep it tied.
You are hereby notified that a them thresh with
I also saw
suit has been brought against you '
in the Circuit Court of Flagler horses and mules. It took eight "
County Florida In Equity byNICHOLAS
the machine and
to
horses run
MITSAKOS Plaintiff, ,
and ypu are hereby required to file 'they went round and around in
personally. or by attorney with the sorghum. '
grinding
Clerk of said Court your'written a circle like
defenses if any. to the Bill in My grandfather was a black- ,/'." .
Equity In ,said suit on or before smith. I watched him burn what
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. .' the :30th day of January. A.D. 1960 ,
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would
" and also to.serve. & copy of your he called a coal pit.. He E- :
written defenses upon OSSINSKY cut his wood about 30* long and ...
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& KROL' Attorneys for Plaintiff at <-i F
start it In the middle and standit ,.. .
t.. their offices at 411 Main Street -_
, Daytona Beach. Florida on or before on end. round and round in a .. '
:' the 30th.day of January A. D. about ."
I was
saw
1960 as required by the Florida circle. The one .
r Equity Rules and herein fall not 16 feet across when he stood It
f. or Decree Pro Confesso and Final would cover it with
he
; Decree will bo entered against you 'up. Then 4 Y
t by default. dirt deep ,enough to keep out\

t which That said the suit'name has of been the instituted Court in the air after it was ret on fire Scatter''Sunshine" t to the folks l back home. ..

t is the Circuit Circuit of.,Court.Florida Seventh in and Judicial for- which he did covered.before He he got would it ,Choose, gifts!! and souvenirs with the .made-in,< ';.

Flakier County In, Equity and that completely holes in the dirt with 4 ( Rorida-labeLTkere's an eodlessvariety-soma" '
the title of said -cause la as herein- 'make some : > "

above You are set further forth. notified that the 'his shovel handle and when blue :; .-7300-all different, and many.with a uniqueFloridalavc ',;,'", 4I '.
out at '
, nature,:of said suit is a suit for smoke began coming one \ Ptoducts"of ?
( outstanding quality? .
divorce., he would stop it with dirt and .
-, olftce WITN at$,'BS Bunnell Jmr. ,band Flagler and County.seal of make, another hole' farther from _.)' (Jrma&rgnyijT. processed( in the Sun t h|i ne' ;;i.St i/|

A Florida.: DRALPH thi* '3th- day of December. the fire his which charcoal kept the into fire ashes.I ironv. <_ ,. &e.-await yoUr selection,.for fun and .f frohc( Rt

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Clerk. B.of HARBERTAs the Circuit Court burning,tom, he used mostly: ash for i y .: :offtb:'please. your most.discerning friends;': .
of Flagler County FloridaCIITUit bard .. j/1
I and didn't use any 1" %
..' OSSINSKY( Court& KROL Seal)* 'his coal wood. in his shop. :.s yftm) You shop for gifts'.to; send or take'bacligip : |':

.; 411 Solicitors Main, Street for Plaintiff (Seat ...trl1 8U... te w. ..18.... .-; : :>.home, let: -'flor da'*,made" be your shoppmgjZtiik.

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"' Water 'For ing irrigation and drainage ac not -possible. Plant crops tolerant

Supply I cording to needs. to inudation and'waterlogged -

Irrigate only well-drained natural soils. Use water of.satisfactory -
Florida Has.
Crops or artificially drained soils quality and, do not over_

when complete water control is* irrigate, :-" .
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State of Florida would AMERICANA" Cities...t'oYee: J:
be lifeless desert if it '
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4I}:;.: O.E.S. Officers Guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. movement of water in the "hy- ,

I.: t tf Bradley during the bollday vacation dorlogic cycle," according'' to Dr. -
>, To Sold Practice 9lr i'E.4i'.yyr4
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; included Mr. and Mrs.J ;r ro
G. M. Prine assistant 'agronomist -
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y ..' Sunday D. Seymore and daughters,
:" Meeting with the Florida Agricultural
f" Linda and Shirley of dewberry, I Q'k
Experiment Station. _
Tfii: Worthy Grand Matron Pearla i S. C. Mr and Mrs K. N., Hoff. This cycle occurs when water R fi v

: man: and daughters, Marcia and I
Patron vaporized by evaporation from r 1 1.
.. i Lisa of Ocala, :Mr. and AIrs. H.

i !"k their official visit to the Bunnell J I C., Bradley and sons, Dickie and soils transpiration and various water from plants surfacesand" is I

Chapter O.E.S., onJanuary 21, jf
I f::-' 5 Glenn and Mrs. Eldon Knight returned to the earth from the

':.... '>. ,' Worthy Matron Agnes Yelving.. and daughter, Kim, of Bunnell; atmosphere as rain, dew andother. I
%< :' 2' ton said today. :Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cobb and forms of precipitation. I .

Mrs. Yelvington Is. urging all daughter, Sue of Espanola; and Drt Prine and Dr. S. H. West,I 'j. n..rI

fA:' :'- I. officers. of the Chapter to meet Mr. and :Mrs. Ed Peterson, of assistant agronomist with the 1
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: at the chapter room at 2:30 ,on >hL r
;; Seville.
,"'; w--, II Station and, USDA, "recently reported I
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; ::: Sunday, January a practice -
A. on water needs of Flor-
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meeting.
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I Students returning to F.S.U. ida plants to the- Soil and Crop I 1 c3 ek : ix
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r', ..:l"",., .. honor at a banquet on.Thursday|tin Tallahassee during the week- Science t Society. of Florida f -5 5 :
Dr. said the
principal
end after the holiday vacationI Prine Y
evening prior to, the: official\ '
/ meeting, Mrs. Yelvington. said.I I I at home were Johnnie Durrance, natural source of water to plants
t.T' -"\ ;.. 't. Sammie Whitaker, Gloria Me-. is rainfall. which varies in Florida -

) Arn, ,Laura Fetterly, Charles from about 50 to 65 inches

; .;. Mrs. iGrace Brice of Rose Hill,I Turner, David Collings and Love. annually. Rainfall is variable v ,

.J : ,.,; N. C., and,Mrs. Willard 'I lace Gordon. '" both annually and ..seasonally.It The solid and substantial metropolis that today is St. Louis, Missouri -

..; 1i /- ,.of Miami/. spent, Thursday here is'notuncommon for the rain. ) gtew in two centuries from a tiny fur trading village on the

, ,' visiting with friends. They, ,fall of a wet year to .be twice 'banks of the Mississippi. The Sauk, Fox, Peoria and Osage Indians

,,/ ( ..' :i' with their families were spending Guests of Mr. and JMrs. Walter that .of a dry year. once Inhabited the area. The first sign of the white man came with

! ,.. a short holiday vacation at Knight during the past weekend In most !instances, the water the establishment of a mission at, the mouth of the River des Feres'

the Johnson summer cottage at were Mr. and Mrs: Horace Locke needs of plants could be satisfied in 1700. The mission disappeared and was replaced In 1764 by the
first group of permanent settlers. The area around St. Louis had
:Astor. Mrs.Brice and Mrs. Johnson and David, Mrs. Gladys Starkey, by rainfall if distribution
been French since'LaSaUe claimed it in 1682. France ceded it to
;. i. are former residents of Mr. and Mrs. William Bryan and were. perfect and no water were" Spain in 1762.

.. ,1 nell and are the Bun-I children and Mr. ,and Mrs. Wal- lost to" runoii ana aeep Today, St. Louis estimated largest rail center In the nation

'. the late Mr. and Mrs. lace Joiner and children of lation. This, of course, perea-I 1956 population, metropolitanarea Within the area are two legitimate I

.. Jones. Tampa. the case. : 1,904,000) is a city which theaters, more than 500 t
.. ;.; .o." I f Poor drainage and low water. I ,boasts diversified industry anda motion picture theaters, and numerous
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.; ,< '"" wide variety of cultural and auditoriums. Henry W.
of Flor
storing capacities some
: Miss Diana McKnight left Sun. Don Anderson has returned to recreational facilities. The area Kiel Auditorium consists of-a
: I
ida soils and heavy rainfall has long held a national reputa- convention hall, music hall and
Pa. the University of the South in
day to return to Pittsburg, .
11. 'Tenn.. after make irrigation a somewhat tion for, the manufacturing of fine four smaller halls with a com
Suwanee, spendingthe
where she will 'resume her hazardous undertaking, according leather goods. Almost every typeof bined seating capacity of 20,000.St. .
'i studies at' the Carnegie Institute holiday 'vacation here with to Dr.' Prine. machinery from diesel enginesto Louis has long been knownas

\ of Technology. She was accompanied his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Among crops such as veget- i electric fans for home use Is a "convention city being ..

to the airport in Jack- Anderson manufactured In the St. Louis host to more than 360 such meet-
ables, tobacco and citrus, where
sonville by Mrs. J. H. McKnightand I metropolitan area. Some 48 es- ings annually. There are 47 hotels
II quality is a decisive factor in tablishments in the printing and within the city, with approximately
Mrs.
her grandmother J.
I -, 'CARD OF THANKSI production, a heavy rain closely r graphic arts Industries of the ,. 12,400 guest rooms. St.

D.. :Barber., ,r | % would 'like,'Ttq.,.express my following irrigation. may cause I area employ more than 12,000 Louis is the world's largest mar-"

: i. "': sincere thankS, to:-'my .:friends a reduction; In. quality, and persons and St. Louis is a leading ket for raw furs, the leading hog'f \ '
: i' of sheet posters for market of the world, and of
Mr and MS.'W/D. Jones had' for the flowers, ,cards. and visits, when combined with poor drain- producer one
billboards. Completion of a third the principal grain markets. Ed
Mr. and and also the Christmas cards age can mean, total crop loss.
as their guests Sunday, automobile 'assembly plant by ucational institutions include two
Mrs;. Harry-Wickle of West Palm sent to me while I was a ,patientin If rainfall-is heavy enough, 1960 is expected to enhance the medical and dental schools, anda .
the Your ] similar damage could result Louis in its No. 2 position of
Beach Mrs. Dora Ashley, and hospital. thoughtfulness St. Region college pharmacy. Both
'k Mrs., Eva Allen of Daytona has meant much to me. without irrigation. The advantage In the nation; second only to Washington University and St.

Beach. \ ,* Ben V.. Lee. of applyinglirrigation waterto J I .Detroit In this field. Louis University are nationally
t.;, '> : I plants at time of need great I I St.Louis Is served by 18 trunk line i recognized institutions of higher
"" .. I railroads, making it the second i learning.
.- .. .t; The Pentagon in Washington, I. ly exceeds any hazard in.. irrigation )[ -

, .'.. ., Miss Virginia, Wadsworth. D. c., has more than three times especially where- suitable '

e turned *Sunday evening from a the floor -space of the Empire precautions are taken. .

holiday visit "in Boulder City, I State Building. Several practices can reduce CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. :

1 Colorado with friends. She wentto irrigation problems to a mini ,

Gainesville, Sunday evening I Apache raids into Mexico by mum. Maintain soil moisture r- H. CRAIG Funeral Director
.t 'where'shp. will resume her I levels at optimum by ''alternat-
: Geronimo and his band' gave JOHN HARDIN.. Associate ,
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! studies at the.University of Flor them prisoners, most of which -( i /

ida. and, children and 1---- l '.:, :* AIR OXYGEN
were women -- LADY
.... r + CONDITIONEDCHAPEL ? ? 1-- EQUIPPED D ,-
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i Mr,_ and MJS.: Earl Wilson left ponies, cloth, ammunition, and : "- : AMBULANCES -
:: paint. However, during his imprisonment fS.-I. 't .
;: during the weekend returning: Dwcl'! 5. <0" I
I. pRone ID 7-3532,
f ; the home in Driscoll, Texas, after at Fort Pickens his .. I

IS f--:: spending the Christmas holidays main business was collectingand REPAIRING 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNN LL. FLORIDA ,
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It- here with- Mrs. Wilson's- i selling sea shells. to,visitors. Nrl'tl' ........................._..-."'....J\I\/'rI ,
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Mrs. A. O.: Thompson has returned .
Charles E. CreaL --_..__._..President
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Fort Pierce 'wh?re she visited .. T :. i Tom E. Holden.._.,,...,... Vlce President,, !

'tf!; with her son and daughter andS I. BUNNELL. FLORIDA ;,....,. ; SS -

their families during the Chist- 5, ;. '. Lily. J. Creal _,,__ -Vlce-PresIdent, *
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Howell V. Peavy..t.1Cashier'RESOURCES .
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'. daughter, Nancy, and Cherilyn Cash and! Due From Banks :.,-' / .:: ." >: ..': e... \$ 422,305.36 '" DIRECTORS; -

with Clements relatives, of ;Lake here and City in visited U. S,.. Government Bonds -. ,*..',. .'..... .g.*',.. .*:. n''e .. 790,270.00' ',f.:' ''
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ler Beach 'Wednesday of last Municipal Bonds :. ... : :.- ,;.V.. .o. .Irt f.r- '.* -C.: 483764.18; ," # O. F. Alford deggT y .> ; ,
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." week., Loans and Discounts ;. .. \ : :; : 1,295,970.90 y d .,
R. W. Cody *
t' .. Banking House, Furniture &_ Fixtures., *' ; ., 31,606.60 ? {
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Charles E. Creal
,Mr.: ,and 'Mrs. A. D. Burrows, Other, Assets .. ,. ,._ -"' .. t..;11.> ./\' t it'f4 ,...'" ,.. .,' .'. v45,673.12 '4' ,'..' Creai. .' .
,' '''i'' .: j : .:-: c'o* Lily J. :,
who : ;
spending some time in ; :. ; > \ x J" .$3,069,590.16 ; .., "
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: -K.- : Tom E. Holden < I
West Palm Beach where he is .. -. .t t ?i-' \ v

employed, visited at their Home i._. _. b"'7<" '. '.." UABlLTTlES'-'f :':f'f"'<<- .. ;:0.' L. E, Wadsworth I
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her during the'past, weekend. \ '
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Mrs. HannaH H. Lewellyn ,of .> : ::- '\; t $ 100,000.00Surpliifi' ,-':',.. EMPLOYEESg'- :';! ..,."'.:.... <

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Suwannee arrived Tuesday for .'""'t'h.- --./ .. : -.-; -:.. ., *r .... .: :: ; .: :-.., ., .- -.: : : ."

r'a ,visit with'her son in law and Undivided_ Profits .- :' \if, '. 116,382.62; Louise CantreH .; 'I', : '-
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f-,' daughter, :Mr.! and Mrs. CD.. : >; 5000.00 Leona 'Zirenbacb: ;!.A--I, >r .
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,Florida.la Gainesville were Billy #'if _L ;,r -**" Lucille
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Chuck Roast 16.49 &tt! 1iiI. 69LARGE

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Pork Roast )lb.U.S. 39G FAY ". :,. / 2\, for. 49.
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.GOOD or CHOICEChuck OUR VALUE f--'"' ; .

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LYKES: SUGAR CURED : ,', ..,' "',- : EELBECK

Picnicsi6 1,1" / : b.. ,' 33"'f Mealor Grits gag/: 45HERSHEY'S .

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Ox Tails3 Ibs. ; ,:' RED &WHITE 46 OZ. CANTomato \

: Pig tails or Ears 4 Ib s. $ .OA Juice2SRED'

Pig liver (whole) 3 Ibs. '

Bag Sausage ((3 bags) & WHITE
S.moked'SIUSlee 3 Ibs. : :

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'Spare Ribs 3 Ibs. : :. ., ,' LIMIT PLEASE .
Rib Tips 4 I Ibs. -,; -FRESH-PARTS OF ,
Neck -'Boies 6 I lbs. ;' "" ,I :," :" '

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3N TUB COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT' IX 'TilE CIRCUIT COURT llf AND Witness my hand as.Clerk and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IN THE COUNTY:JUDGE'S COURT

'k IN AND FOR FLAGL.ER COUN- FOR FLAGLER COUNTY FLOR the seal of said court this 17th day FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA. IN AND FOR FLAGLER, COUNTY -
'l" TV FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. 'IDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 3S95 of December A.D. 1959. IN CHANCERY NO. 3S86 .
', CASE NO. MATANZAS INVESTMENT. COMPANY (Seal) RALPH E. HARBERT OLIVER NORMAN BUGBEE FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.

'. 'IN: RE: Estate ofMARGUERITE r a Florida Corporation .,. As lark of the above Plaintiff' CASE No.

GLEASON., Plaintiff, vs. IN RE: Estate of .
Deceased. -vs- First publication, December 24, LOUISE 'BUGBEEDefendant.
NOTICE: OF PROBATE DAYTONA BEACH HOLDING 1959. MARGUERITE GLEASO .
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED CORPORATION a dissolved Dec. %t.311959. & Jan. 7-14 1960-(tc NOTICE: TO DEFEND Deceased.
IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT Florida Corporation eta et alDefendant. f
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll
3 : NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS Louise Bugbee

fir._ ; You are hereby notified that ja NOTICE TO DEFENDIN MEETING 24 Bennett Avenue creditors of the estate of

written Instrument purporting to THE NAME OF THE STATE Notice is hereby given, that the Rochelle Park New Jersey MARGUERITE GLEASON, deceased -
be the Last Will and Testament 'of OF FLORIDA. TO: annual meeting of the Stockholders You are hereby notified that a are hereby notified and required F
said decedent has been admitted to Daytona Beach Holding Corporation of the Citizens Bank of Bunnell suit has been filed against you in to file any claims or demands .

probate In this Court. You are a dissolved Florida corporation will be held at the office of the the above entitled cause: and you which they may have
hereby commanded within Biz calendar and C. A. Randall, E. A. Ran- Bank in Bunnell. Florida, on Wednesday are hereby required to file your answer against raid estate in the office of .
i months from, the date of the I dall and L. A. McKeever., as direc- January 13. 1960. at 3:00 with the Clerk of this COurt. the County Judge of Flagler
first publication of this notice to tor trustees of Daytona Beach o'clock P.M. for the election of a and to serve a copy thereof upcn County. Florida, in the Courthouseat
-! appear in this Court and show Holding Corporation a dissolved Board of Directors to- serve for the plaintlf or plaintiff's attorney Bunusll Florida, within eight
ause.. if any you can, why the Florida corporation and each and the ensuing year and for the trans- whose name and address is: calendar months from the date of
I action of this Court' in admitting all the unknown assigns, successors action of such other business as the first publication of this notice. :
.3 said Will to probate. should not in Interest. trustees 'or ''other may properly come before the W. Cecil 'Grant Each claim or demand must be in
407
Main Street
stand unrevoked. claiming, by through under meeting. % writing and must state the placeof
I DUANE A. DEEM: parties said dissolved corpora HOWELL V. PEAVY CashierDec. Daytona Beach. Floridanot I residence and post office address
y4 = '. County Judge. Flagler County or against later than January 21, A. D. of the claimant and must be ,
;. tion, none of whom can be located., 31 & Jan. 7-2tc 1960. sworn
;, :; First publication on January 7, and it not being. known whether to by the claimant his agent or :!.

Jan there are any surviving trustees: If you fail to do so. decree pro his attorney, or it will become void M
x : 71421.284tc; Edward Grimes whose last FREE PAINT' confesso will be entered against according to law.

known address was Los, Angeles I you for 'the relief demanded in' the December 17, 1959. .
California. I One extra gallon of your choice bill of complaint. The nature of
.- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OPVLAGL.KH unknown heirs, devisees, j I said suit being for divorce. SJosephine Quimby Gadapee
The with
COUNTY FLORIDA I each gallon you buy I Josephine Quimby Gadapee Executrix -
legatees, grantees. creditors lien- WITNESS my hand and seal of of the Estate of Mar-
f IN CHANCERY NO. 3004TKREE ora or other parties claiming by, Mary Carter Paint Store said Court this 17th day of December guerite Gleason.
E. THEALLPIalntlff through, under or against Myrtle A.D. 1959.
',.-j 1 Grimes Bruner John B. Bruner (Seal) RALPH E. HARBERT First publication on December 17.
THE I William Henry Bruner.. also known Orraond Beach at Coquina Barn Clerk of said Circuit Court 1959.

,; ROBERT M. ALL. i, as Henry Bruner, James C. Bruner, A.I... Westgate Shopping Center Dec. 24-311959 & Jan. 7-14 1960-4tc Dec IT, 1959 to Jan. 1, 1960-tc
. '". Defendant.
\ HAr AAfl-.
' all fk
'... NOTICE TO DEFEND I Jessie -Alice Bruner. if alive, andif ---.- _.,_.
hL', THE STATE OP FLORIDA. TO: : dead her unknown spouse un-

;.. Robert'' :M. Theall known nelra at law devisees, legatees "

L 38 Lakeview Avenue grantees creditors lienors or ,
I' ', Hartsdale. New York other parties claiming by. through,
;; You are hereby notified that a under or against Jessie Bruner. deceased AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I
t.. suit has been filed against you in ; C. A. Randall and Elma
the above entitled, cause; and you A. Randall his wife. If living, andif
+
are hereby required,to file, your answer I dead their unknown heirs devisees -
, with the Clerk of his Court creditors
p legatees, grantees .
. and to serve a copy thereof upon lienors. or other parties S,

.',. the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, claiming by. through, under or AUTO BODY MILLAND HOTEL BAR FUEL OILKING'S '
t "whose name and address is: against C. A. Randell and ElmaA.

; W. CecilGrant Randall. his wife, deceased; Come And Visit
, ODELL HERSEY'SPAINT TRUCK STOP
407H Main Street Mary Bruner Graider. also some-

1: Daytona Beach. Florida times known as Mary Bruner & BODY SHOP AL AND ELLIEAT PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS
j not later than February 6th, A. P. .Greider. if living, and if dead, her

c 1960. unknown spouse, heirs at law devisees Complete Collision Service THEIR NEW BAR Delivery in the County on
'" fail to do so. decree pro
If you legatees grantees, creditors 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE '
, 'You'l11rleet Your Friends Here"FLAGLER
.' confesso will be entered against lienors or other parties claim- Fuel Oil, Kerosene Tractor Fuel
,., you for the relief demanded in the ing by through under or ,against Body & Fender Work ,
:bill of complaint.. The nature of Mary Bruner Graider. also some- Painting Matching Free EstimatesU. BEACH Gasolineu.
l. .said suit being for divorce. 1 So. OF BUNNELL
times known I as Mary Bruner
b.: WITNESS my hand and. seal of Greider deceased; John T Bruner Days- ID 7-3372-Nlte ID 7-3267 The Coolest Spot for the Coolest .S. 1 N. Bunnell ID 7-3676 \
Decem
of
Court this 31st day
:said '. ,if living. and if dead his unknown
i,.. ber. A. D. 1669. spouse, heirs at law devisees; legatees Draft' BeerSANDPIPER FURNITURE
i .(OgidalRALPH grantees creditors, lienors or AUTO SERVICE BAR
E. HARBERT other parties claiming by through ..
"' Clerk of said Circuit Court under or against John T. Bruner. McDANIEL'S GIFI'S-LUNCHES
-
.Tall---'- 7.14.21284tcIN deceased; and _______ On the Ocean Side of AlA 3 :Miles REED'SDiscount .
Any ana all penonzsuve and I Service Station 4
North of Flagler Pier Furniture
herein I
" except the plaintiff ) havingor I
TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF claiming right title or interest "Keep Cool & Millie's"
any Ge9rge I I UP TO 50% DISCOUNT
FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA.
in and to the lands involvedin STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS i
IN CHANCERY NO. 3tK)3 this suit and hereinafter de- i PHONE HE 9.2156 On Furniture and Appliances
.,
/ CHARLES METHVIN scribed. Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs I I
Plaintiff; I New and Used
The respective post office address ,
.,'; vs. and residence of each of the
'" BETTY METHVIN. Bunnell ID 7-Tllff BUILDING SUPPLIES 1100 Flomich Ave.-Holly Hill
above named parties is unknown.
,- Defendant. You and each of you are here-
.. NOTICE TO DEFEND by notified that' suit has been Biddle WICKLINE
a Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION FLOOR COVERING
TO
,' THE STATE OF FLORIDA. ; brought against ,you to quiet titleto
Betty Methvin the following described lands '

.'_ Dalton 706 Selvidge Georgia Street situate in Flagler County. Florida, Building Supplies Tilecraft Company"LET

You are hereby notified that a to-wit: GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS
in Parcel No.. 1: Commencing at a US FLOOR YOU" '
-suit has been filed against you
point in the north boundary line
the above entitled cause; and you of Government Lot 1, in ..Section 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-:7 Days 1 STEEL Armstrong & Kentile
are hereby required to file your an-
23. Township 11 South,
swer with the. Clerk of this Court Range 31 East where it Is Intersected State &Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Flagler Beach HE 9-2254 Sold and Installed

and to serve to copy thereof upon by the East boundaryline | All Work Guaranteed
the plaintif or plaintiffs attorney, of State Road AlA (Ocean
whose name ana address is: Shore ,Boulevard 'and:: run Colonial Service Station Ormond Beach OR 7.3181
Frank G. Howatt thence in a Southeasterly direction CLEANERS

Box 706. iRFD No. 1 along the East boundary EARL, T& RICE, ProprietorGASOIIrLUBRlCATION GARDE SHOP .
St. Augustine Florida of said State Road A1A a distance -

-not 1960.later than February 5th A. D. of 150 feet thence, ,in an :MOTOR "TUNE-UP BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY I Gray's Garden Center
Easterly direction and parallel
If you fail to do so. decree pro with the North line of said GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIESU. CLEANING I.Headquarter for Gardening Need
confesso will be entered 'against
Government Lot 1 tc the ordi- "
you for the relief demanded in the nary high water mark of the .., HIWAY 1 BUNNELLHall's 'q (' SERVICEOpen Ceramics, Gifts Dry Arrangement
bill of.complaint. The nature'of Materials
Atlantic Ocean then In a North-
.said suit being' for divorce. westerly direction along the Dally 8 to 8 Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers
.WITNESS my hand and seal of high water, mark of the Atlantic 'Atlantic StationJack
.aid Court this 4th day of Janu Ocean the Northeast cornerof Phone ID '7-3188 TORO LAWN MOWERS
tQ "
Hall "" ..
ary. A.D.1960.4Ollletal said Government Lot 1, ProprietorGASOILSLUBRICATION 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR Z-051J
-
Seal) thence in a Westerly' direction ORMOND
RALPH E. HARBERT along the north line of said
Clerk of said Circuit Court. Government Lot 1 to the placeof Tires-Batteries-Accessaries
Jan. 7-U-U-8--ttc, beginning and being Lots 1, CONCRETE PRODUCTS HARDWARE

2 and 3 of Block 1 of Kanaha ROAD SERVICE
Co.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH Subdivision according to a plat BUNNELL Tel. ID 73652J. Bunnell Farmers Supply
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT INS thereof recorded in Plat Book Your "Q" For Concrete JOHN DEERE ,

AND FOil FLAGLER COUNTY, 2; page 42 of the Flagler County Agricultural&Industrial Equipment

FLORIDA IN EQUITY. EQUITY Florida records. L. Presswood Garage Dial CL 3-8113
,NO. SWKI Parcel No.2: Beginning at a STEEL
OSCAR RALPH FOLDS point where the westerly right- STANDARD PRODUCTS Bars Shapes Hot& Cold Rolled .

.', Plaintiff; of-way line of State Road AlA General Repairing-Road Service DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's Black&Galvanized Pipe & Fittings
1 Intersect with the north boundary -
vs. Tlrem Tubes & Accessories LAWN :MOWER REPAIRS
TOMMIE RUTH FOLDS. line of Sections 22 and 23.
Defendant. Township 11. South. Range 31 Visit Our Grocery DepartmentFor Concrete, Inc. DEEN RD. Phdne I" 73143
.
NOTICE TO. AI'i'EAR'AND East. and running thence in a Frozen Foods and Staples
southeasterly direction along Cubed lee
.
ANSWER
IN THE NAME OF THIS STATE the westerly boundary line of HE 9-2139 FLAGLER BEACHSullivan's Village Hardware Center "

:.- 'OF FLORIDA.TO State Road AlA a distance of DRUG STORES '
HOUSE PAINTS
: TOM IE RUTH FOLDS 100 feet; thence In a Westerly
Sells Avenue direction and parallel with the Gulf Service

Atlanta, Georgia North line of Sections 22 and Anderson Drug Store Match and mix any colorBuilder's ,
23 of Township 11 South. Range GULF
You are hereby notified that a
KitchenwmeGIFTS :
Supplies -
31 East to where it intersects
.': nit has -been brought against you
GASOYLSLUBRICATIONIRESTUBESACCESSORIES
line '- Prescriptions
in the Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial with the Easterly boundary -. GREETING CARDS .
of Florida East Coast Canal ,
Circuit. Flagler County. Florida Information -. Sick Room 'Supplies
f .. right-of-way; thence in a north- Beach AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420 ':
in Equity, bye OSCAR RALPH along the "Specializing in Service and '.
direction'
westerly Sundries
--
FOLD, Plaintiff. and you are East boundary line of Florida Clean Rest Rooms"In _Lot
"hereby required to file personally, /
) or by Attorney with the Clerk of East; Coast Canal rightofwayto the East I_ _The_Heart of Flagler Beach.j I ..1BUNNELL, PAINT STOREJERRY'S I
'' a point where
saId Court Answer defenses .
your or -
said Florida
line 'of
: to the in said boundary
Complaint East Coast Canal intersects [AUTO REPAIRS PAINT MART
suit on or before the 2nd 'day of line Moody's Pharmacy
north
boundary '
with the ,
A. D. and also
1960. to
February, .
of said Section 22; thence in a HANNA & VEL-VON PAINT
serve a copy of your Answer or direction alongthe Shields Service Station Flagler County's Corner Drug Store
Easterly
defenses OSSINSKY One Finish
upon Messers. boundary of Sections 22 Coat Plastic
north
V' .& KROL. Attorneys for Plaintiff. and 23, Township 11 South Arcadfus Habel Mechanic PRESCRIPTIONS Stops Masonry: Dampness
office
at their at 411 Main Street;
the of
31 East to point DRUGS-SUNDRIES
Daytona Beach Florida, on or before Range it being the Inten- COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS Point Sundries

the 2nd day of February A.D. beginning of the grantors to convey I Overhaul and I FOUNTAIN SERVICE 29 W. '
tion Right Now We'll j Granada-Ormond Beach
19t>G, .as requiredby the Florida :
and 2 'of Block 2 in
> Rules of CIvil Procedure and here- Kanaha Lots 1 Subdivision and the I Repair Your Power Mower 1 BuanelL Flo. Phone ID 7-3661 Ph. OR 7.0761RADIOTELEVISION

in fail not or a Decree Pro Con- Northerly 100 feet of Block S.I. No Job Too Big 'Or Too Small '
fesso .and Final Decree will bh" entered Subdivision according to I PRESCRIPTION
against in said 111 No. Bay St. BunnellEDGAR'S ORMOND ,
you by default.
thereof recorded in Plat i
plat
You are further notified that the a- 2. 42 of Flagler PHARMACYSick
Book page
name of 'the< Court in which said GARAGE
Florida records. except-
County. DONS: RADIO & TV I
suit has been instituted is the Circuit -' ing therefrom that portion of Room Supplies: -Sundries,
Court.' Seventh Judicial Circuit Lots 1 and 2.,Block 2 taken for 24-Hour Towing Service
of Florida, in and for Flagler right-of-way. 24-Hour Prescription Service Zenith Sales and Service I
County in Equity. and that the road COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS
No. 8 The Southerly
Parcel :
Free Delivery la Flagler Beach "We Sell the Best 5 i
title of said suit is as hereinabove 822.75 feet of Northerly 9'l5feet Automatic Transmission Service

Bet forth;:: of that part of the unplat- Wheel Balancing-Front End I Rt. AlA 1 mi. North of and Service the Rest" .;
You are ,. ;nature ,of said suit is a suit for :
I "vlnculo of Old Canal in Section %2. 240 Granada Ormond-OR 7-0803' AUTO RADIOS A SPECIALTY
divorce matrimonll 11 South. Range 31
.W1TNBSS my hand and seal of Township East excepting therefrom also Thompson Pharmacy V.S. Hwy. 1. Ormond OR 7-1473

office at Bunuell. Flagler County, Southerly 122.75 feet of the TRANSMISSION
the AUTOMATIC
Florida, this 16th Your' Health Is Wealth
day of December unplatted part of the Northerly .
A. D.' 1959. of Section 22. Township REAL ESTATE
feet
;
%
'% ,15 Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS
RALPH E. HARBERTAs HOLLY HILL
11 South. Range 31 East.
Clerk of the Circuit: Court styled court by the
above -
In' the
SERVICE GivensReg.
HYDROMATIC
Flagler
of
Count7'Flotlda. above named plaintiff. and 'you are Margaret
(lrruU O.nrt Seal), ulred to file personallyor In Our Hands

r. & KROL br Your attorney with the clerk Repairing Rebuilding 141 W. Granada-Ormond 7.1421 Real Estate Broker ,
"f9r Plaintiff
"' of saMU court your 'answer or other ON AO MAKES OP- Notary PublicSpecializing
0881; Street -
pleadings to the complaint -
defensive AUTOMATIC 'I'KA.1ISJlIS510NSU39 to
Florida .
: : -
Mach said'Butt to
in
: Hill
Holly
& serveHowat IUdgewood PROPERTIESPhone
.. Jan 1-14:1960-4tc thereof upon t. FLORISTS OCEAN & RIVER
1-1381
..!.. OR
..
: plaintiffs attorney whose address HEmlock 9-203

'. is 500 Exchange Bank BuildingSt. Ken Mar Motel-Flagler Beach
.
,: STORE
PACKAGE
BAR AND
before
Augustine. Florida on or Biackst Flower Shop
of January A.IX :
day
21st
the PBUfTEBS-
: ) 1960; and the Flakier' '.Trttmnewhlcfc FLAGLER BEACH ..Phoner.. IDlewood 7-JTm PUBLISHERS &
to naw1'apes eefag the ;
EkicdWork .
: req\lI1'...- s. .pretc tllte4 Vy law HOTEL BAR P.:O. Box a Bunnell, Fla. ,The Flagler Tribune '= ': .
,
Ia
: for a-ch..puJIIpOee. Jte-l'eby deatgaatad Printers -
the Bew *per in which Flowers For All Occasions Publishers .
as '
*...* D,3i8I drill "The Meeting .Place '
or
::.' .' H.JUMPS this aettee shall b. published once orders: for Delivery Phone ID 7.3282
iWe accept
APPLIANCE CO.' a week forrfour.- ecutlv-e weeks. of Jfagler County" '
Herein -f*J not .er Decree ProC Anywhere In the U.S.A. I Bunnell, Floridar"

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,PAGE EIGHT .J t THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE,, BUNNELL, FLORIDA -
Thursday, Jan 7, 1960
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:Bimnell"n,: 1':Repairs Planned I:| land and Pennsylvania land 1.ends the two men'', who- set up Am.- markers were.....in'-1->-lace.- Many:"-" .

i grants. most famous boundary had deteriorated however I
es
.* High School For Little 'Kno'wnMasonDix'on The controversy began in the ,Charles Mason was assitant as. pecially the original five-mile 1

:*-% Headlines I mid-1600's, when the Dutch Government tronomer ,.at"England's Greenwich "crown stones" carved in Eng

I n- : Line and the Calverts of Otser story. With Dixon, : land with Penn and Calvert

tByBetty Jo Revels) t Maryland both claimed' the big whose background is obscure,I arms on either side. ;
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Everybody talks about But he had been sent abroad in 1761

School days, school days, good few know just where. the Mason.. peninsula ,between. the Delewareand to observe a transit of Venus. Besides repairing, strengthening ,

old golden rule days. And here Dixon Line runs, and fewer- still Chesapeake bays. and resetting the worn and '"

'we are again, ,after a wonderful how it came about.In After the Dutch were pushed The survey of the Pennsyl broken markers, mile by mile,

two,,weeks vacation to finish up .out of the region, William Penn vania-Maryland borders took officials of the restoration pro-

: the first semester. popular American parlance, inherited the dispute with his four years. After checking and I gram will have to replace those }
I
the Mason-Dixon' boundary divides royal charter for Pennsylvania (:correcting the peninsula lines, lost, removed, or covered by

Next week, the Tri-Hi-Y club's North from South=-an assumption I and adjoining land. The bicker- I Mason and Dixon took the west- dam waters, railways, and roads. -.

annual, Miss Bunnell High Con, based largely on the ing over conflicting interpreta- : ward trail in 1765 with a large

test will be held. Tri-HIY girls I mistaken belief that during the tions of Penn and Calverf charters l party of assistant surveyors, ax- T

(and-Hi-Y boys are very busy getting I Civil War it 'separated the Con continued ,for generations, men and guides. They covered

everything ready for the big federate States from the Union.In an dthe case' eventually came some 230 miles of wild and

weekend,, The clubs will hold before England's Court (of Chan I beautiful country before hostile I TV Bob :
their Joint banquet in the cafeteria fact, the line was drawnto cery. I Indians forced them back. -
end an early colonial land
and the contest and dance
dispute. It extends, from east I The Court gave a compromise I But the job was already com
{
will be at ,the civic center. SERVICEall
I pleted. The of their
..., -*" to west, between Pennsylvaniaand t decision in 1750.. It specified accuracy
The following people have* Maryland with a shorter I that the delineation of the measurements has been proved I -- makes

asked to be, judges: Mrs. Cock. branch reaching southward between -i syJvanla Maryland b 0 r penn-I by modern surveyors, who found ...

man, Mrs, Louise Harris, Mrs./ :Maryland and Delaware. should begin at a certain point I I a difference in latitude of only I Sales, Tubes and
2.3 seconds'
Massie, Mr.frack Clegg, Mr Y D. D. AH three states were on the southwest of Philadelphia and (180 feet) from the Antenna ,
Moody aridMr.. Ray Mercer. Mrs. Union side. west of New Castle. Mason-Dixon figure.A I Installation : -

Gresham will From that the main new survey of the three
Shirley serve as J point PHONE
The old border is again in the states' I HE 9-2204
mistress of ceremonies.The boundary was to be drawn west boundaries was made in
news because of plans; to restore I 1950. Most of the original stone -- .
ward. A second line would run
date ,for the contest is its markers for a 200th-anniversary ] I --
southward into the heart of the
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celebration in 19S3. I
January 16. The members of REFINANCE YOUR DEBTS -
heart of the lines
peninsula
the community ,are asked to at. Ended Century of DisputeThe I With a Long Term _
gave Maryland the bulk of the
tend. We hope this honor of Mason-Dixon Line was Community .
peninsula. Pennsylvania re- FEDERAL LAND BANK
being selected Miss Bunnell named for two English surveyors -
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tained the northeast portion that
High will seem as important to Charles Mason and Jeremiah. later attained independence as Memorial ChurchInterdenominational FARM LOAN '

you, the people of the town, as Dixon says the National Geographic
it is to us, then'members of the Society. Delaware State. R. W. BRYAN
The 'disputants signed the Daytona Ave. Production
Skilled matematicians' and Credit Assn.
school. Miss Bunnell High will astronomers
agreement in 1760. Local I
surveyors FLAGLER BEACH Wednesdayl'OOOPALATKA.
represent the town as well as they were invited to I
then work but made
., the school wherever she goes. the American Colonies in 1763to little began I Sunday School 10:00: A.M. FLORIDA
,. so progress that Mason and
mark the boundary finally Church Service, 11:00 A.M. ,
... The girls sponsored'so far in Dixon were called in. -- '-

the contest are: Betty Abbott agreed upon by long-feuding R. W. YOUR CLOSEST OUTLETFor
DICKERT Pastor
Junior Class; Carol' Christopher, proprietors and heirs of :Mary- Indians: Were Hostile I Quality Furniture

Sophomore Class; Sandy Gum. Curiously, little is known of EVERYONE WELCOME 11 "We're Out of the

Freshman Class Jo r & Hight Rent District"
blew ; Betty I ____ _____ _______ ______ ,
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Revels Hi-Y Club; and Fern Allen CHRIS'S FURNITURE
CLASSIFIEDADS
Tri-HI-Y.
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT 1660 lUdgevrood Are. Holly Hill
Jo Ann Morris and David ,

Shields have been selected to "........_.. .... .__.'_"-_....-

represent our 'school .in the all-. AMBULANCE O. F. ALFORD

state band_ meeting this week PHONE VAlley 41625ST.
ZJatina under this heaOiiuc are SERVICE Registered
In Tampa. 2 cent per word each Insertion*
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AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
BO Real/Estate Broke
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FOR SALE-3 bedroom house on Never be he.Item! about calling a Garcia Ambulanrs We .

4th street, 2 bedroom house on are always at your service with promptness, safety andEquipped ........ ...-Bunnell..tRCA-..........,-.Florida...........-.... ...-.
4th and Ave.
this Daytona Flagler
.
Beach Reasonable. Call HE exgerieace

9-2086 after 4 p.m. 1-7 Itp With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator VICTOR
\ LIVING COLOR TV
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WANTED part time job after "LOOK FOR THE PICTUREIN
Garcia Funeral HomeP. THE WINDOW*
\ school every day. May contactme Southern Radio d Television

at Bunnell High School or E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director 226 E. Granada Ph. OR 7-2001

write Larry smith, P. 0. Box 314 OHMONB
... LADY ASSISTANT ,
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.-. $ alp Bunnell. _,< Jan 7-Itp WYL"' _.....Y.rL'Y.-MY 'Y.........ftf.'Iff_ .. .. Jf.-_..........._........_._...._._.......1'...... THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized

FOR SALE-Strauffer Massage .

,',,\,.-, Table, 1959 Model. Call HE Evinrude Dealer
f; 9.2318 or see Margaret Chaffee, BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS
Dockage Storage Free Ramp
Flagler Beach. 12-24-tfc
'< i' WE FINANCE

: /. FOR RE Unfurnished 825 Ballough
':... ,- house ; Rd-Daytona
. 't" ". -. .. large living room, dining room,
.
.. ."- and kitchen2 bedrooms, 2 baths, A BUNNELL

.l.. >, I Hillcrest, Flagler Beach, phoneHE G LODGE No. 200F.

}. 9-2247? v '12-31-2tc & A. M.

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< TANK Meets First and Third Tuesday
'r' 1 SEPTIC -cleaning reason- r-'S
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'- 9 able rates. George Jarosz, PhoneID Dean M. Peterson W. M.

''I.l .'. # 7.3410."I U.19-5-12-tc 47 JOHN A. CLEGG, Secy.

1: bS. FOR ..RENT-2 bedroom furnished 4 r <:, '+ -
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[ house with garage: Central -
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o k1 r,. j Ave., Flagler Beach. Call : .' FOR

r::' '.'- HE 12.24tfc 9-2318 or see Zeke Chaffee. .. .. t 4ff1ll SHELL FILL & SAND


FO4. a DIRT CONTRACTSCALL
r q FOR RENT Flagler Beach two
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L. .,
bedroom oceanfront house centrally '
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' f .t located. furnished or un- !, W w*me RIGHT NOW

feu furnished. Johnston's Realty., EMIL
MISSINNE -
-t. Phone HE 9-2242 or ID 7-3691. _

''' > Jan 72tpRALEIGH WITH Phone HE 9-2094
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qty-'. *7r"i- ; .,:.. c: Tenn. Jan. 7.14-2tp: I OR DUST l mIt, Sttagler Gklban

; '. ': ; jff ,>i\\-* Furnished 6-room .
, **:* FOR' RENT- '; ..' --- Dt11I1ncLL. FLORIDA
:- '; ''*',. '. !.' *.; /-T afwi and 3roomapartments, $30.00 ..
5" I : WAITING PERIOD Can be used on cabbage 24 tours
SHORT
Vy \ & .faHtn No.1484 Motel _
-Mating: drams month. Capitol Ko-
per to read directions on the labels and
tomi I before harvest I It fa Important MRS. M. R FULLER, Editor
-. true Oof* framfng? W.u, A
-: ( /wrf rona., Phone ID 73649. follow them at all times. = -
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.i \. No. 1464 Ii for '6. 18. Butt SO/ to M. Sin 12.,32 best FLORIDA ACKICUITURAI .SUPPLY COMPANY Oautr Mmlelpalltlea tfceretaad
s 5Ys jrrfs. :.99 inch .
Compl r* PHOTOS -' .
... the state .r Florida
:": CUWE ns.mfcfjr chart with .'.'/pe .rB. FLMLER BEACH REALTY CO.
Ntdfwork; Pottwn No 391, .- : -.. .
-Kump.ly
i and Dumpy* svr to'wfn"Hi* d 8dr LOTS, HOMES OCEAN ,FRONT, "" :". Eatered a* ..*..* elaaa matter

.ns* opproral. Wonderful for Cnristaios WATER FRONT, FARMS, February 6,1915,at tfe* ....t.Sccat
I 8ZVM&, No 391-N hot ACREAGE
poff n pis.sH.tmpty Baa_ii, Florida, uader act .!
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Se"cI'3Ic for
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,l _ocfc .**.r for first Phones ID 7-3iH=, FERTILIZER CO one; Tear 1.10
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