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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: January 14, 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
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System ID: UF00079914:00160
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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" 48, NO. 1 -" BUNNELL, FLORIDA .THURSDAY), JAN. 14, 1960- $2.50A YEAR

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; Tri-rfi-Y Stages 1 Lions To Sponsor I Wilfred Hunter Civic Center '


Miss BunnHigh Mary Susan Brannam On Safety :Body of Gets, FurtherBeautification,

In Contest Saturday I National V. F: W.
Contest Saturday J
Bunnell,:Lions Club voted at i iA iIt Louis G. Feidmann, Hazelton, r
their, meeting Monday noon to Pa., Commander in Chief of the Commissioners
d The 'annual "Miss sponsor MarY' Susan Brannamin Veterans of Foreign Wars, has The City are
I High" Contest, sponsored Bunnell)1 the Miss Bunnell High Con announced the appointment of I continuing further center beautification -
Tri-Hi-Y, will be held of the civic buildingand
tesf this Saturday night: Wilfred Hunter as a member of, '
t urday evening at the Club President Leonard Moody the National V. F.W. Safety j grounds. :
Community Center. This week 20 S Sabal lk,Palms
appointed Robert Cook chairmanof Committee.
contest when I |I,(Florida's State Tree have been
the ,
Following
/ the Pancake Sale Committeefor Announcing the appointment, !I
will be planted on the groiirfds and
Miss Bunnell High .
I the year.: Serving with him: Commander Feldmann said: "Mr. i i'
around Lake Lucille in front of
selected, ther&' will. be a dance
will be L. H. Church and Frank I Hunter has devoted much of his I i
.at' the center.' The public is in- ,Boswell. The club voted to hold time and energy to V./F.W. ac- the Center building.
I Landscaping of the: .groundswas
voteq to attend both the -contest
will I
two such pancake sales each tivities and I am sure he I '
I" [ begun last summer under
and the dance. year as a fund raising projectThe I be instrumental in the furtherance ,i iI ,
Prior -to the contest the Hi-Y midwinter of '\ the supervision1 of County, -AgentI
conference of safety,
I will educatlon"I;I Howard Taylor. __
, and Tri-Hi-Y club members __
Lions Clubs will be held at Silver I
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the school I '\ ,A number of .plants were
have a banquet at x >
Springs this Saturday and "
cafeteria. Sunday. Mrs. Klemm of I added to the base plantings

._ Contestants for the- title are 1 I around the building. .last _summer .

. ,sponsored ,by clubs and other organizations Beach and the grounds have been
of the town. Chas. P. Hendy :Flagler !j I cleared and leveled during the
Recruit Donald L. 'I
Army \fall. ,
Following is a list of the con <
testants and their sponsoring Former Resident Aaron, 18, son of Mr. and Funeral Rites In addition, the commissioners
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l organizations: :Mrs. Willie L. Aaron, Flag I recently completed the !remodel ;

- Sandy G u In b 1 e, Freshman I let Beach, recently completed I ;Mrs. Charlotte Klemm of Flag ing and renovation of the Interior -
,
Class: Carol Christopher, Sophomore Dies in MissouriInformation the lineman's course at ,ler Beach died' Friday evening ,of the Center- building: and

Class; Grace Steflik, Sophomore the Southeastern Signal Fin the State Hospital in West I I the new roof. ,
t Class A; Betty ,Jo Revels, received here this School Fort : Gordon, Ga. I Florida following a long illness. Future plans call for addition.

:. "Ht-Y; Betty Abbott, Junior Class;j I week told of the death of a During the course Aaron She was the widow of the late. al plantings and flood lights to
Ann e t tee Strickland Senior I i former resident of Bunnell, was trained to install and Adolph Klemm of Flagler Beach I I be placed in the palm groupingsin

Class; Fern Allen, Tri-Hi-Y; 1 Charles Phillip Heridy, on December maintain aerial co-commun- who died last ,November. I front of the lake .,and ,Center
Home-"' cations wires and cables. He :Mrs. Klemra was a native of building
f Carolyn Williams Future 28 at West -Plains, Mo. -
was laststationed: at Fort New York State and had livedin I I :
makers; l,fir. Hendy was 87 years old and .. ,
t .:' Faye Bass, Future Teachers; ..was a retired farmer. ,He had Benning Bunnell, 'Ga. Aaron attended Flagler Beach the past seven j Cites Law On .
'"' Julie Sendral, Band Parents As.. resided at Bunnell from 1917to High School. years. She wad 70 years of age. i ;
tl.. ;soclation; Barbara Smythe, Bun- 1942- 1 t Survivors are ,a daughter, Miss ,
" < nell Businessmen's Association; .< 1 I Dorothy Klemm;of Flagler Beach 1 1f Migrant.CaisFlaglerPutnam
: J According 'to the information I Seniors ,Visit :
JoAnn Morris, Idfewood Club; and a sister, Mrs Etta Bishopof I
received from his daughter, Mr.
! ;" ,,Joan Hoff, Flagler Beach Brooklyni New York.- I County San
Hendy flames de- I.
t- den Club;.'Nln & .. Gar-l '' when Daytona.Beach Funeral services sere held I tariarrFrariH l. osweU cites
his 'home
stroyed near West
::.. 0'_. ler-,County-Cjattlemen's' Plains '' uriru yearly morning f;from the"chapp l'} "Craii Pune' a ayv enacted.-at f tne-slast session -

tion;:Mary Spsan Brannam, hours. | "' I I Junior Cotece ral Home in Bunnellat'' 10 of the legislature", relating
nell JIC:115Club: ; Beverly Rodgers Survivors Include: .. two daughters clock Tuesday ornin.g.' 0'-1 to the State Board of Health, de-

Veteran of .Foreign' Wars ; a sister and' brother.. Also Twenty ''Bunnell High School ment, followed at trip;Espanola j f fining migrant labor camps, and
Post 5213. -** surviving are 11 grandchildren seniors learned firsthand Wednesday I''I Cemetery. Rev. John Taylor of j I requiring that such camps be \
about Daytona Beach St. Thomas Episcopal'Church: licensed. '
and 20 great grandchildren. ,..
Funeral services, were held Junior College by visiting a !f ficiated. ; of-I I The law also provides' fore
Harbor
Day from the Evans and Craig Fune number of college transfer di-;1 Pallbearers were Stanley No application. issuance a..ndreX ;"
t ral Home in Mountain Grove, vision..classes and talking with II 1 I vak, William ChimpkyJimmy cation of license,' authorizingthe

Is Coming Up .Mo.,*on December 30 with ElderH. college personnel.The I Landrum, Tom Wilder Charfes health board to. ,,issue regu' .
Rockett, and Clint Jones. lations, etc. .
B. Petry officiating Burial group, under Jthe leader 'I -.
_. For. nearly three-quarters of a I was in Hillcrest Cemetery there. ship of John A. Cannon, Jr.,I I 'The following words and .
century, Florida citizens have I Bunnell High School counselor, Death Comes I I phrases shall mean: (1) Migrant
., held special. tree-planting ceremonies I broke into sections and Visited to labor camp. One (1) or more
ri 'nat least one Arbor VFW Reports I'' classes\Psychology, Engineering buildings or structures, tents,
'Day ,in January-and sometimestwo. 'I Logic, Calculus, Business George M. DeenGainesville trailers, or vehicles,'", together

On Conference Education, and Music. with the land appertainingthereto
I v Florida had two Arbor Days I Those making the, trip were Of established, operated or

.. ... for many years, one observed by LakelandVeterans j i Arthur Carle Robert Cook, Beverly used as living quarters for fifteen
schools and the other by the At I Haines, Elaine Frailey, Ron}1 1 r George M. Deen of Gainesville, (15) or more seasonal, tem-

I. State Federation' of Garden aid Jaszczak, ,Judith C. Lewis,j I 1 I brother: of Mrs:: Maude Holland porary or migrant workers ,
Clubs. In 1945, the legislature Foreign. Wars Post Miles Moody, JoAnn :Morris,I I of Bunnell died in a Gainesville whether or not rent is paid or :
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adopted the third Friday in 5213 heard a report of the Michael Parker, Joan Robbins,.,. hospital Monday night. He reserved in connection with the
January as Florida's official Arbor Southern Conference held. at David Shields, Larry Smith, Henry I 1'suffered ,a heart attack Sunday use or occupancy of such- premises

Day. ,This year: the date is Lake Wales last weekend at Wells, Carolyn"Williams, Betty night and was admitted to the provided however, .this definition Ii

January 15.' their meeting Tuesday evening.The Jo bevels,. Annette Strickland, hospital ,for treatment.Mr. J l shall pot apply to forestryor
Arbor Day ceremonies originated report was made by Harold Fern Allen. Charles Robson, in' Nebraska .in 1872, Higginbotham, Bobby Kendall, Burned and Chuck, Cummins. I employee of the Gainesville of- (2)' License required for establishment

; where settlers missed the and Eugene Nipper. They re Purpose of the visit was to aq I fice., maintenance, or operation
.sight of ,trees on the flat grassy ported that the National Corn.. quaint interested Bunnel)'seniors I Funeral services will'*be held of migrant labor: camp.

plains that stretched from horizon mender LoU FeIderman, attend. with college level classes and to from the Thomas Funera'l Home No person shall establish, maintain .
4 ; to hor on. The first Arbor ed the: 'meeting give a preview of the campus there at 10:30 this morning. In or operate any migrant la-
Day ceremony in Florida was They also reported that the facilities. terment will follow at a Gaines. bor camp In this state without

-, held. in iS, -seventy.four.years local post was one of ,the leading ville cemetery. first obtaining a license therefor
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.' ago posts In{the state in mem: TWO ARRESTEDIN Mr. Deen is survideby his vif e, from the board and unless such
.;t According to Mrs. c. R. Mayes, bership. They ""reported"" hun SHINE RAID Mrs. Hazel Deen of Gainesville;' license Is posted and kept posted

Jr. of PoHNpano Beach, president dred per cent membership on a daughter, MrsJoan Thompson r in the camp to which it appliesat
( of the Florida Federation of January 1, 1960. TUESDAY NIGHT of Montreal, Canada; one all times during maintenanceor

Garden Clubs- Inc., Arbor Day- The post .,voted to sponsor Herschel C. King.and Millage son, Robert L. Deen of Gainesville pperation of the camp.
k tj 1 plantings achieve several objec : Beverly Rodgers in the Miss Weeksfell of Bunnell were arrested ; four sisters, )1rs.., Maude Mr. Boswell' said today he has

.; tlves. ....;Trees' are' planted for r Bunnell High.ConteSt this week, Tuesday night in a moon Holland of Bunnell; ,Mrs. Eva been working on these applications
n.a r, shade and beautification," she end. ta. shine raid on the King farm Fisher of .Miami; Mrs. Connie I in Putnam county.and he
1.i. saYs, "and;: children learn much Post members also held a dis- north of Bunnell, by Federal and Seville, and Miss Carrie Deen of 1 expects to begin the work in
. An- about conservation- 'from the pro- cussion on the Service Officer State Beverage Agents. Both men Gainesville; tone brother Tom I Flagler county within the next

grams staged_ by schools' and by Job and, voted to send, an open were charged withpossessing Deen of Jacksonville. few days.trophies .
"junior garden clubs." letter to the Board of County and making shine.' I

% : Eleven-years ago,. the Florida Commissioners, asking. that the It'was reported by: Ernie Hels- Church' J will recognize! .outstand
Forest Service- began offering office be made 'a, full time job.A trom of the State Beverage De Baptist : ing sportsmanship In football

: free ''pin.s !, to each display advertisement in the. ,partment that the men were girls' basketball .
an4 boys" basketbalL
school fcw/-Arbor Day planting: form of' an/'open letter to the nabbed ,at the still,site in a Gives Award ForSportemanship '

Y Forest, intros: ; as 'well as the board is- in this testae' of The' Tri large garage on the King prop The trophies will* become the

,.'. state organisation have' made. .bung. jv'' erty five miles north of Bunnell k permanent possession, of the
available as ''many as a half in the process of operating the winners. The presentations will
million s4 gta0B; a to FFA Twenty-live one still. A for
year years ago trophy sportsmanship be ma4e at the time :the "most
.t chapters '4-H clubs and other worker coup:hanEle about 2,000 Agents confiscated a< 195T model wilt fee awarded to three Bun-. valuable player" Js selected., It

groups for plaitffaftg. It 1S"e8ti-: laying hens Now, due to the,e car near the still and ,four t'nell High School students each is hoped the awards will create
r mated that nxxe than .406 development :eC automatic egg five-gallon jugsof'moonshine In year fey the First Baptist Church even more Interest in sportsman"

"" ,schools will'' p1 *.'Writings on handling eq pment,one workercan I the,vehicle. The agents destroyed Rev Thomas Pinner, pastor \ot ship among spectators and players -

r Arbor bay.. $, ',... ., I I cart for 10,008,'or.more birds. the stilI and apparatus. the' cltttrch, said today. The Rev. Pinner added. ,i


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f. :; TAGE-TWO ;: ,' ; ,'. THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL FLORIDA 6h'j\ I
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< Development "Finishing' ," a, feed lot situation The loin end, short loin and and finish; outer fat. covering Board Notice of Is hereby given that-the
County Commissionerswill
:: ., that requires, much corn, is rib roastsand rib, sirloinr Tbone is waxy, brittle, and uni- receive sealed bids on the 22nd

t Commission on often done in the com belt because porterhouse, and club form; colors may range from day hour of of January 7:30 P. M.A.in D. the I960 office at the of '

0 \ ", it is more: economical to steaks. These cuts from u. s. pale red to a deep blood red the Clerk of the Circuit 'Court in

-: Information ship the animal to the corn Prime, U. s.\ Choice, and U.S.I''I but should be uniform; cut sur for the the Flagler,following County: Court House

thanf the com to the animal. Good are suitable for dry cook- i faces of muscle must be firm, building Bidders site to furnish Flagler and County deliver Stockade to-

t : (From Florida Development! That roast of., "heavy western" ery. Grades below U. S. Good,' fln@ In texture, of velvety ap- prison. Bunneli.grills Florida with four (4) steel

t ,' Commission) beef at a premium price may even from these portions shouldbe pearance and bright in color. for the new stockade swinging building.doors

have come from, a steer, that .cooked by moist methods. Flagler County, Florida, sizes: One-
!i-:'. :' Sf The wise selection and prepa- U. S. Choic-steers, heifers and 17 feet no inches by 12 feet. 8
c '" basic to balancing spent all but .a lew months of Cuts from the round and chuckon inches. One-10 feet. 8 inches by
. ; : 0 tion of meat is, young cows not older than 42 12 feet. 8 inches. Two-7
bu its life on a Florida pasture. Ac U.S. Prime should also be I inches by 12 feet 8' feet. 8
food inches.
fl' the family get./ ;,months; less fat than on the Plans
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the' in- suitable for cooking and specifications are available at
expensive cording to government dry while
.' .. Meat is the most I the office of said Thad Slzemore,
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& single item in the family diet. spection service, a U.S. Prime cuts' from lower grades are more (Continued on page 3) 154 South Peninsula Drive. Daytona

r animal is' a U.S., Prime animal satisfactory when cooked with Beach. Florida. Telephone CLinton. .
', -. As far as a, balanced diet is IX THE 'CIRCUIT I 3-3963.
regardless of its ,birthplace or some water. COURT SEVEN The Board reserves the right to
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Jt; : ] concerned, practically .all' cuts i I TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND I reject any and all.bids
Q have the breed. Therefore, the smart It appears, therefore that it FOR FLAGLER COUNTY FLOR DATED at Bunneli. .Florida this
ISr-, of meat ,
-. ::, ,:: and grades IDA.' IN EQUITY._ EQUITY NO. 12th day of January A. D. 1960.
-, ;-* same nutritional value. A meal housewife, buys by, official, grade. would be uneconomical to purchase NICHOLAS SIMM GEO. WICKLINE, Chairman

_., [ The USDA inspection is in round steak U. S. MITSAKOS. (Official Seal)
planned ,around an economy cut it-j of a Plaintiff ATTEST: '

: .** of a medium grade is just 'as 'self quite a bargain. The av- !; Prime grade if it is to be served HAIDO MITSAKOS vs. Board RALPH County E. HARBERT Commissioners, Clerk,

, nutritious as one planned around erage cost to.<<;>> the. packer amounts Ito country style or ,Smothered. On Defendant. Flagler County Florida .
NOTICE TO
APPEAR AND
',, 'l, an expensive cut of a about 15 'cents an animal and j the other hand, a' budget minded .- ANSWER January- 14-21--2tc ---

f!, '' luxury grade. only, 10 cents a "year to the con- j housewife who would like to OF IN FLORIDA THE NAME: OP THE STATE FLAGLER IN THE CIRCUIT COUNTY,COUnT.....OIUUA.OF' .;

I sumer., t I treat her family to broiled steak TO: HAIDO )MITSAKOS l IN CHANCERY IVO. 3D1: .
J:!., Beef is the most popular meaton 9712 85th Street JOAN V. ALBERTSON
: on the American table, Beef 'a- Basically there are but two could economize by purchasinga ,Ozone, Park Plaintiff. .
... r vcook U. S. Prime steak Long Island New York
heat
'. 'ways to meat-by dry round in- You VB.
\ long with pork and lamb are are hereby notified that a EARL EUGENE
I, or by" moist heat. Tenderer, !| stead of amore expensive cut suit has been brought against you ALBERTSON. J
t inspected in packing houses by in the Circuit Court of Flagler Defendant.
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employees of the United States juicier, and usually more expensive -! from loin or rib I County, Florida, in Equity by THE NOTICE TO DEPKXD
STATE OF
f I j NICHOLAS FLORIDA. TO:
cuts-should be cooked j Time spent MITSAKOS, Plaintiff
studying the meat Earl Eugene Albertson
and
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of
r' w Department Agriculture. The you are hereby required to ,file
,' ', by dry 'methods such as oven section of any reputable cookbook I personally, or, by attorney with the Green 22 Bunting Lane
USDA stamp appearing on a cut j Clerk of said Court Ridge Pennsylvania

.' _" of beef is assurance to the pur- roasting and broiling. Less tender ,*!j is time well spent. Briefly, defenses if any, to your the Bill written in suit You has are been hereby tiled notified against that you in a

,' less juicy, and less ex- [[however here are the major i Equity in said suit on or before the above entitled
1: chaser that the meat'came from the 30th day of January A. D. I960 cause; and you

: A a healthy animal processed under pensive cuts are tenderized by: {! characteristics of each grade: written and also defenses to serve a copy of your: are hereby with the required Clerk to of file this your Court answer -

1\ t moist such braising U. S. Prime upon OSSINSKY and to serve a thereof
i santitary conditions. The cookery as ; -beef-type steer or I & KROLs Attorneys for Plaintiff at the plaintiff plaintiff's copy upon
> or attorney,
or boiling. They also, be heifer 36 months old orless lean their offices at 411 Main Street. whose
may = ; name and address is:
additional of U. S. Daytona Beach.
Florida
presence a on or. be-
Robert L.
rendered tender mechanic- interspersed liberally with fat fore the 30th day of Wilson
grade further informs the customer more 't j 1960 January :A. D. 533 Seabreeze Boulevard
as required
j I of the quality of the meat. ally by grinding{ chopping. or. (marbling); animals definitely}j I Equity or Decree Rules Pro and Confesso by herein the fail Florida not Suite Daytona 200,Beach.Sebanc Floridanot Building '
-- -- --- -- and Final'
!i Decree later than February 15, A. D.
The grades usually available I 1 will be entered against you 1950.

through retail outlets-U.S. by That default. If you fail to do so. decree pro
the
name of the
; I Court
in
Insure & Rest Assured confesso will be entered
against
: prime, U.S. Choice, U. S. Good, INSBRE-Stay is which the said Circuit suit has been Instituted you ,for the relief demanded in the
Court. Seventh Judicial
U.S. Standard and U S. .Commercial Circuit of bill of complaint. The nature of
Florida, in and for said suit being for divorce.
1 Flagler County in Equity and that
-are a surer indication GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM the title of said cause Is as herein- said WITNESS Court this my 7th hand day and of January seal of
above
of set forth.
quality than such unofficial A. D. 1960.Official .
You are further notified that the
( Seal
. labeling as western or Kansas I nature of said suit is a suit for RALPH) E HARBERT' '

" City or Iowa. H. T. COOK AGENCY divorce.WITNESS my hand and seal /of Jan. 14-21-28 Clerk; of& said Circuit Court
Feb. 4
For instance, at the present office at Bunnell, Flagler County. -Itc
-I Florida, this 28th
time very few beef animals are' Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida A, D. 1959. day of December, ,. TO NOTICE DISSOLVE OF CORPORATION INTENTION

r, '"finished" in Florida though I Aa RALPH Clerk E.of HARBERT the Circuit Court Notice Is hereby given under the
.
provisions of Section 608.36. Florida
of
Flagler County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal) Statutes, to each of the corporations -
OSSINSKY & KROL listed below, the same beIng -
Solicitors for incorporated under the laws of ,
411 Main Street Plaintiff Florida and accordIng to the rec-
Daytona ords of the Secretary of State each
BeachFlorida I
I Dec 31. 1959 & Jan 7-14-21. 1960--4tc and every such corporation appears .
dellnauent for three (31
DITHANE22 IN TilE CIRCUIT years or more in the ruing or reports -:
; COURT IN AND and
FOR payment of taxes under
FLAOLER
'A IDA IN CHANCERY COUNTY, FLOR the provisions of Section 608.33.
NO. 3016
SOPHIA G. BRAND Florida Statutes and that under
the provisions of said Section 608.36. i
Plaintiff, Florida Statutes, said corporations
: vs. have been classed as subject to I
WALTER
N. BRAND JR..
,.. i dissolution, and that three (3)
Defendant. months after date of this publication -,
IN THE

J" <' Better.. for potato blight control :4 I I OF Walter FLORIDA NAME N. TO Brand; OF Jr.THE, STATE tion the meantime each listed and beiow filed every that its such has corpora-not in ,
due
# 4 c/o Smith .Koro>?a, EngineerIng and paid ,the taxes due reports under the

# 'Gives stand-by protectionHelps {.k .-- ." .1 washington Dept. St. the provisions of Section 608.33,
Syracuse. Florida Statutes, will be certified
.. :' *. i increase ; You are hereby New ,York required to file to the Governor of the State of
: : yields your Florida who will issue a Procla-
answer to. the Bill of Com-
I'plaint filed herein mation at that time dissolving said
against you in
corporation.
.., the above entitled cause on or before Flagler County
the 12th
day of February. Name
Principal place
1960, upon H. T.
Cook Esquire,
of business
plaintiff's
'. adddress Is attorney Citizens Bank herein Building whose Flagler County Dog Track Inc.

; bune"Bunneli.is Florida. "The Flagler Tri- Vor-An Building Inc. Bunneli
hereby designated as the Flagler Beach
newspaper in which this order It la further
directed
-1'- shall be published that a copy
four once a. week for of this notice be published one time
.v. HEREIN consecutive weeks. in The Flagler Tribune, a news-
FAIL NOT OR A DECREE -
published in
paper Bunneli Florida
PRO
,CONFESSO
ENTERED WILL BE in which county the home office
SUCH ,FAILURE.AGAINST YOU FOR' of the above listed corporationsare
shown to be located.
for The divorce.nature of this spit IB a bill IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have _
I hereunto set my hand and caused
Bunneli.WITNESS my hand and seal at the Great Seal of the State of
! this 11th Flagler County, Florida Florida to be affixed at Tallahassee -
day of
January 1960.
(Official Seal) the Capital this the 2nd day j 1
RALPH E. of January A. D. 1960. I
HARBERT (SEAL)
As Clerk Circuit Court R./A. GRAY.
! Flagler County. Florida Secretary of State !
Jan. 14-21-28 &
Feb. 4-Itc
:: January 14-Itc ':,, '
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STATE DANK NO. 4O7 F -. I
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I REPORT OF CONDITION OF "CITIZENS BANK OF BUNNELL> '*
OF'DUNNELL IN TilE STATE OF FLORIDA AT THE CLOSE I

..:: OF BUSINESS ON DECEMBER 31. 19.10 ; / 1

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t ASSETS

1 ., Cash balances with other banks including reserve balances, ,
; and cash Items In process of collection _....__.___.___$ 422,305.3; I
Un.ted..states Government
obligations direct and guaranteed 790270.00
Obligations of States and political subdivisions _
483764.18
Loans and discounts including no overdrafts) ____ 1,295.970.90 !
Tests 1958 in Bank Premises .
during major potato states intervals, DITHANE M-22 out- owned. 12695.52, furniture & fixtures $18.911.08 31606.60 j
Real estate owned other than bank __.....
:- compared the blight controlling ability yielded DITHANE D-14 from'20 to 70 Other: assets _-..-:...<-,,_-----_.--..premises.-_--_ ,.,_,,?-./. :* 42,558.25 3,114.87

of DITHANB M-22 and of' nabam. ,Late bushels per acre. TOTAL ASSETS ,,..B--..-...-.._,._, ,___L__ _._-...3,069,590.16 1

'Vr: blight .was severe in two of ihe states; LIABILITIES
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'. /' early blight in one. .DITHANE M-22 gives you standby protection ; .Demand tions deposits Individuals, partnerships and corporat '

', reached protection to carry your vinessafely Time 'deposits-of individuals-partnerships and corporations_?$267.080.24 967,843.06
'M'i ; the '
Theficonclusions by scientists Deposits, of United States Government (including postal savings -*
'' obtained b the past emergencies when the Inter- ) -,-.,., ,..,.-;*..?-, 11,356.25
.' ( "t ? y val'between must be Deposits of States and political subdivisions _'y ,,-. 456,289.21 _
:J,1 "- many growers who also the sprays lengthened. Other deposits (certified and officers checks, etc.) _-* -._ -. 50U8..7S
I ,, compared We think you will find DITHANE M-22 TOTAL DEPOSITS -, _, .._$2.753.207,54 ; .

.-:/'.... .;, nabam.performance 'of, DITHANE, M-22 and truly a milestone in potato blight control. I TOTAL, LIABILITIES, .....U.7 .3.2 7.54"

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS '
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?{ At intervals : Capital -,____;_ 100000.00 0
of
seven days, DITHANE M-22 Surplus --. -- __,_ .-.. .. ... *j_ --+_- 100.COG.GO _,',

,: i,,: DITHANE _M-22 ((1M.pounds/acre) Undivided profits' -.-. 119.:81.6 ;=-_

,\. ,,>.-. better control- of late j TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS _3163$3.62 '..r'
: gave blight _w 80% RILa..b t

: -i,:: -I"Q :' : thanDiTHANE D-14 (quarts/acre). ,TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS _$3.06f,590.16 '.-;
This bank's capital consists of: Common stock with total par."'.value of
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:. : Ati-interval of ten days the 10000000. '
: superi'D'fILUfB is a trademark & &s.Pat.,O/and in MEMORANDA .:
f ; .:- ority'' of DITHANE M-22 Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other. ',
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l.or ': -, was outstanding.Similaradvantagesinearly- 7ritieipsl/om. ,. COt/.7I; e&'I, purposes .... ,.' .... .........'... ... ?._, _$ 522.000.00 1",
J&.; ; : I, Charles E. Creal, President. of the above-named bank, do solemnly '1
swear that the above statement is true and that it fully and.
:. ..blight :,control 'with ,DITHANE },'I-22 l; Mxiccita' Agriculture ,. represents the true state of the several matters herein contained correctly':and _'1
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; set forth to the best of my knowledge; and belief. ,'- .
o' t -'-, ,.-t. ,were noted., 110II.. .. .... __; Correct-Attest: CHARLES E. CREAL, ;."- :
t ; '''' ;_ -i. TOM E. HOLDEN ,' -.o" ;
t w .-:\ 3J Yields' were. significantly higherVtf HARRY ''CLEGG ;',-- ,:* '' ,.f;
C.NY. : R. W. CODY *. 1
V" '' .': : '';, where,, better 'blight control LILY J. CREAL .. 1
: '- was W..f SIYfi.> .PHIl""'I""' S M. DJre ,*
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s, ,' ?:> : ton" ..q( .< ".i
.',, .. 'r W, .' obtained with DrrHANE M-22. In ,, State of Florida. County of Flagler. as: 'l *%*:" : -v: j
'. '* Sworn to and subscribed before be this 8th day of January
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I960.
-: the plats, protected at 7-day and hereby 'certify-that I am not an officer or director of* this bank -
"' ., t My commission expires June 29. 1960. CAM1E C. LYNN.'Notarypublic

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I : 3. Meats for riboflavin; liver,

CHART DevelopmentCommission : V I J Better Diets r food.When girls have inadequate heart. and kidneys. -;;;" for hop.

diets, they, Xtsually need more 4. Dark green and deep yel I

Wholesale ("uts on For Teenagers calcium, iron or vitamin C. Boys low fruits and vegetables for vi-

I seem' are most often 'short of calcium, .
Your teenagers may to tamin A. .
Beef InformationContinued ?
eat ,all the time. This does not thiamine or vitamin XX More 5. ,Whole grain and enriched

I mean that they are eating the riboflavin and Vitamin A.area breads and cereals for*Iron, thiamine I

( from Page 2) I needed in teenagers' diets.
right food for good health.In e and riboflavin. t

.: V Poor diets can show up in sev- 6. Dried vegetables and fruits-I I
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U..s. Prime but some marbling I fact, teenagers are our
eral ways: poor complexion,.lack for iron and thiamine. f
should be : most poorly nourished people,
9 present; animals mod- of energy and poor teeth are
1 erately blocky' (beef tYPe) and I according to nutrition research some often observed.To The right foods in adequate

moderately thick fleshed scientists. In the case of teen- amounts furnish the building

v throughout; color may range age girls, 6 out of every 10 needto improve poor diets, teen materials for good health, good
eat meat
to
need more:
from light red to slightly dark improve their diets. In ,the agers looks and lots, of pep and energy.

red. usually uniform but may case of boys, 4 out of every 10 1. Milk products for calcium Use the relationship between a

be slightly 'two-toned or slightly have poor eating habits. In and riboflavin. good diet and good looks to help

t shady;' cut surfaces of mus- both instances, the cause may 2. Citrus fruits, melons' straw. convince your teenagers to eat

\ cles will be moderately firm and not be eating tod little food, but berries, cabbage and tomatoesfor more of the right foods at mealtime ,

fine in texture. not eating enough .of the right vitamin C. and for snacks.

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I U.S. Good-maximum age is I

48 months; bulls and stags as : .'
181 BULLS 181
well as steers, heifers, and ,
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young cows may qualify as U. S.

Good; anImals are slightly com- OCALA BULL SALE "Sf ,
and and flesh is ,
pact blocky '" .
fy f\ slightly thick throughout; cut : -
19 1960 12 Noon .: .
muscle surface. will show slight January ,.. ..;* < '
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marbling but still fine and is in moderately texture; small soft I I ,. -. Greatest Bull Sale, Ever Held In Florida. ,,: ;:': ::1 ;A*: :

proportion of fat .to lean makes ; 64 Hereford Bulls ..
U. S. Good the most popular I .. : ; :

grade cuts other than rib and .
; 71 Angus Bulls .. ,. ..; "'! .. ,
loin need mofst cooking; color!: .....' "-, '?' .. : 7.-"" !! I: .tt': ; .

.. may be light red to slightly; .
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27 Shorthorn ? !
dark red and slightly two-toned. Bulls.JJ5l' _


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48 months; cuts are rangy, angular ) ;
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and slightly thin fleshed 2 Charbray Bullsz (
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. Learning to' identify the loca- throughout;, fat is moderatelysoft A : > ( 1
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} 1 Santa Gertrudis Bull } : ,
tion of various cuts is basic to ; may .be devoid of marbl- '. < i .

" a clear understanding of wise ing; color of lean is light red", ." ;o'..:.;; /'.:

f. meat buying. The round yields to slightly dark red and maybe ', :' I' 1 Charolais Bull : ,': i .- j., .t j
round steak round bottom ... ,, 1 '
top two-toned
or shady. "
I' GRADED and SIFTED BEFORE the SALE
i.' round, heel of round and scraps r !' j ::; ;; ;

I suitable for ground beef. The u. S. Commercial-same-- i= SOUTHEASTERN LIVESTOCK PAVILION <

r rump yields. rump roasts and acteristics as U:S. Standard ex- ,. ,< 'It

fxf f rolled rumps. Loin ends are cept animals are over 48 months J', ,. OCALA, FLORIDA : V VS, 'i :-

; sirloin and old. -. .' > .
retailed pinE "
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bone sirloin steaK. The flank \ w

is sold over the counter as flank I -.:!;
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steak rolled flank roasts, and mpala Sport Coupe-One Of Chevy's 18 fresh-mintei models for'60. See Th.Dinah Short Chem Show in color Sundjyj,NBC-TV.., the Pat Boone ClMvy Showroom wwkly- ,ABC TV/to, ...
all meat stew beef. From the 7varworor.vavorAVS f 1.v

.F short loin porterhouse T- ...t i8......1..."............ ....,....n .. }.....x.\.' ::v..A..A.. ........ ...., :v;::.. ..... .. .. ..':.:.:r ..;.;..:Y.. ... k.. ., {:{M::::::,. ,... ,.. .... y vr. ..,.v.... .. .3?}.: '}F,:'.;
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\\ bone, ,and club 'steakS. From the ...... ..... .... .v .. n... .... ....:...:v- ... .{.b..v..v.. .. :.:..:%3 vk:.:.,-v.{.v.}\A:: -Y. ?
f' ..} rib section come rib roasts, and 1 YTly. ./j ..i, ..Y.S S -
rib, is sold .4 : .i} :::{:;:}':v' ....4.: .... ., ::'.'}i..yS}:
steaks. The plate as F
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ribsL plate \ n. s'rY''x'A; ;:.v.:: .v.7};}{: }: :{ ::2 }:f...:..J: y};:

and plate boiling beef. From .,frS V ., .fi }

f.- the chuck section, chuck roasts,

blade steaks and" roasts and
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f' brisket, corned beef, knuckle 1

" soup' bone, ,and cross; cut fore.

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IN Tim CIRCUIT COURT Ov a a br
FLAUL.CR COU>T'LOIUDA.. "
IN CHANCERY AO. 30O 5 S
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2 40 .', Plaintiff.v .
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':,THERESA ANN CACIOLJ. 1f
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V THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:.
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Theresa Ann Caeioll
205 CenterLane ." .., ; 4
'' Leyltt wn. New York '
You are hereby notified that a. ,
suit has been fled ag.lnst you in 2 y 5 9'i. '.
;4:- theabo.e. entitled cause; and you ,
are hereby required to file your answer '''.-
I with the Clerk ,of this Court.
I and to serve a copy thereof upon .. ,
A .
the plaintiff 6r plaintiff's attorney f
V ', whose name and address !&>' '
.... Ray Selden '
&a,a V Selden Building ,
Daytona Beach. Florida i
r ; notlater than February 12. A. D.
'_ U60 .
-' It you fall to do so. decree pro
=E confesso will be entered against
'i you ;for the relief demanded in the
bill of complaint. The nature of
; said suit being for divorce. .
WITNESS my hand and seal of r
said Court this 6th day of January .% -, .
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;A-'D.; 1960. ,
(Official. Seal) ; '

/., Clerk RALPH of E.said HARBBRT Circuit' Court J, V -. Factories are tag out more new Chevrolets every day. Mere proud II.W' Chevy owner **-' ,
14-21-28 & Feb. 4-Itc '

s Jan IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF t l V '.taking. to the road. New's the time to see. your, dealer,far fast delivery and a favorable deal!... '

FLAGL.ER COUNTY. FLORIDA.. 1. I
< IN CIIAfcCKKY, NO.':S818 \ The pickings couldn't be better. All smaller transmission i tunnel for more engine that won its class in the latest; "I .

LEARY I- c. NEWTONlatntiff. .* 18 of Chevrolet's sizzling new models foot room. Mobilgas Economy Run. V :',. ', 'A,
>to
; ..'.. ., V ANGELA 'RUTH vsI HELMS' NEWTON. \!"...... for '60 are now rolling off the assembly Pi4 -,leas IIg styfe-combines good Ctf strings' at all, 4 wheels-for the ,",,< '., .: .
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:,'J';. TO TJEFKND. Defendant. lines again-in greater numbers looks with good sense. kind V of silent satiny ride you'd> t% : -;
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"<: ,.., THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: 'than ever before. Your dealer'swaiting New Eeetteny Tnrfce-fire; V8-gets expect only insthe most expensive: r'j : :
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; ,. I. Angela 61J Welch Ruth Street Helms Newton. '-- :! with>c all the details, including up to 10% more miles pn a gallon. makes.iaicker. ':L \

;]<, ='\ Monroe. North Carolina a long list of pluses that will prove to WWelt cIteice ef ..lilll .. trail- .
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that V. 't.
' You are hereby notified a stopping Saf etr- : .
1"N .. suit has been filed against you in .. .yeti the only way to buy a car for less _ilsieRS-no other car gives you! a brakes-built with t
and Chevy's ev r- >
the above entitled cause: you
: than thk
is to
low-priced buy
; l are hereby ,reared to file your answer Chevy choice of 24 power teams to satisfy faithful dependability, they deliver'; j :.. :
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i' with the Clerk of this Court. a, lot leas car; ,the most finlCky'drivmg foot. -'." r '
-' and to serve a copy thereof uponIIJ1f surer stops with less ..' i...
: the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney. ..' '(teenier. My, fey Fieber-with a,25% Hi-Thrift 6-the '60 version of the pedal pressure. CHEl710LET }:: 1
?. whose name and.. .address, is.: .
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;if Bunnell, Florida : fj' ': '!' i
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'" t; _a 1960.It you fail to' do so. decree pro >> "i V -",, Now- fast ddivery,favorable deals! See ywrlocdauthori .Chevrolet dealer. /6t : :
1Sj confesso will be entered against :. :
. :.ifc., 'you for the relief demanded in the : > .
f' c bill of complaint. The nature oft : : : : ><
; said suit being for divorce. ,' :. ; ; .. : t? ; ,{
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I- WITNESS my' hand and seal of
',;' :said Court this 12th dy or -Janu"ary. ,,,,- l i'; : CHEVROLET COMPANYc.. y
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,r ,,: '_ '# f><- Miss Betty Abbott has.returned .. ,.
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': ';';f ::4 < J\i; > :.---I-: I't to her home here after visitingin -FMU.: : FRUITS
t.iJ Seville several days with
:v': : : aa er beach t\ I relatvesand friends.Mr. M 1 JEWELER

". .. (I., .' 1 DIAMONDS-WATCHES
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I '" LUNA BABBITT and Mrs. T. Guy 'arrivedtere REPAIRING
last Tuesday from their .. ..
Y l-7 TelephoneHEmlock 9-2098 ...v.., 'VV'O..JVNI
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\. ; .. home in Waynesville, N. c., to
r,' FLAGLER BEACHPARENTTEACHER BEACH METHODIST "- spend the winter months in I
:. MEET CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS their beach home here. I
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15 r; The monthly meeting' of the The theme for the' 10:30 A.M, Mr. and Mrs. David Spivey Community!

;:jJT ." Flagler Beach Parent-Teacher worship service of the Flagler, and family have returned to I Memorial ChurchInter8enomlaatlonal
S; ", 'Association was held Tuesdays II Beach Methodist Church was announced their home in Wilmington, N. C.
-t tv., evening in the school cafetorium by the'minister, Rev.- after visiting here with his parents SALES DOWN I .:'
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f : ,and the room count waswon ,Reynold Hoover, as "What; Go- Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Spivey.Mr. Daytona Ave.
.{.'V, by Mrsi Annette Fordham's j ing to Sea Without a' Star, to YOU CAN MAKE PROFITS RISE BY ,FLAGLER BEACH
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...; :. "fourth grade." Mrs.. .Catherine t!} Battle Without"a Song?" Serv- and Mrs. Harold Massie WISE ADVERTISING. CALL US Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
;: ;. 'Wilson, president, opened the!ices are held In the Woman's motored ,to Howie-in-the-Hills TODAY AND UPS TALK ABOUT Church Service 11:00 A.M.
>; meeting with the Lord's .Prayer"T Club buIlding and church,school Sunday to visit with their
"-, ,,and Mrs. May Shill gave the I is'.held each. Sunday .at 11:30. daughters, Tess and Trudy, who YOUR ADVERTISING NEEDS. R. W. DICKERT. Pastor
r : devotional. Special music will be furnishedby are attending Howie Academy. I EVERYOJfE WELCOME
it-
; ; I the choir. were .accompanied the NEWSPAPER ADS SEll SURE! i
They on FOR
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{J, Minutes of the meeting
; '. S were read by ,Mrs. Betty:! Johnson -J-JI trip by his brother and sister in ---.-..--.--...-...-..-...-...- --
r : % i', Mr. and, Mrs. T. N. :Massie, I law, Mr. and Mrs. T. G, Massie,
and 'were
secretary ap- : OR NIGH T
- ALL HOURS-DAY ,
FOR
sons'from
'! with their two small and attended a horse show therein :
_'_ ( proved. The treasurer's report
; Sylva, N. C., are spending the the afternoon.:
was read by Mrs. Sara Martel I -
f 'winter months here.. i AMBULANCE .
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and accepted.
f. ; was
I I I Linda Low Rev.
: A letter was read that had accompanied PHONE Alley4.1625
t: been received from Dr. Edward I!I Mrs.. Catherine Wilson and and Mrs. Glen Taylor to St. Augustine SERVICE 'AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
f: Flemming of the State Board of 'Mrs. Betty Johnson were business Sunday and spent the ST.

;'; : Health about conducting a study I I l visitors. in St. Augustine afternoon there in their home. Never be hesitant about calling a ,Garda Ambulance. We

. S\ :< course for this ParentTeacherAssociation. Thursday. at service,with promptness. safety nnd
Mrs. Nettie Brusich are always your
accompanied
.' He stated that hid
.".' .. t first open cite would be next Among the visitors in the her son in law and. experience. '
Flagler Beach Baptist Church daughter, Mr. and Mrs. :peter
and Inhalator
fall. If was decided to engage : With Oxygen Resusitator
' ', Sunday was a Baptist Brother Dzioba, on a trip to Ocala Sunday Equipped
;: him for the fall date. '
I hood from Alexandria, Va. The .. .
: .- 'There was a discussion' 'about. Garcia ,Funeral Home .
: conducting the preteen dances i group were on their way.to 'Miami .
4 in recreational center without and after-ac'visit at Marine- Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
land, they arrived. here just at : ..
any definite decision until I LADY ASSISTANT .
SZ50 A Year In Advance
their representatives can meet the time of the morning setyice.I ... .... ... .....,.. .. ......'\, ..
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.the recreational center.
School Principal W. E. FendS
Week-end Food Values
nell, Jr., requested the Associa-I! .
yon to either repair ,the hall r
clock or buy a new one and also FRESH D-D ROASTING :, .4-7 Ib. Avg. SUN SPUN 303 SIZE

to decorate the hall. Mrs. Marge ": ,
Ross made a motion that $100 HENS 49 Pork Beans J 10 1 '

dollars be taken from the treasury I & cans
to buy some pictures for J ,
the hall and also buy a, newt\ \ SWIFTS 24 OZ.,CANSpaghetti
HERMi N'S. SAUSAGE DEMONSTRATION

clock.The group voted J toy sponsor I wiENERSk, s. ; B.n33 $1SWIFTS 00'

the Boy Scouts: and Cub Scouts
; Meat for
\ $ 0" 0 ,
again this year. ... SMOKED SAUSAGE 31's .\1' .
Mrs. Wilson turned the meet-I :
24 OZ. CAN
lng'lover to Program ChairmanMrs. RED, HOTS 3 I lbs .
Flossie Haines; and she a
",. presented Howard, .Wisehaupt HERMAN'S PURE PORK (THE BEST): Beef Stew 2 for 99 ,
who gave "an interesting talk on
."Ci Uzenshi p." SMOKED SAUSAGE 1 !lb. 69

--< Refreshments.,,werexseryed. .: by 3 Pounds $2.))0
the third grade room mothers BIG CHIEF LOING GRAIN
at the I I I FRESH SHOULDER ,

S conclus'L. 1 i PORK ROAST RICE 49

ENTERTAINS FOR,; I I I BRISKET STEW :'lb.; 29 3 1 lb Bag '

.HOUSE' GUESTS* ?r\> (i SMOKED PICNICS .- .
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ery. entertained last Tuesday
evening at their: home on South SMOKED S
i Daytona Ave., honoring 'their HAM HOCKSPORK -5tt4H> $ Beef 4S '

house guests. Their son in law KIDNEYS 5 00
and daughter, }'fr.. and Mrs. '
James L. Prindible from Steu. NECK BONES : ,6th
benville, Ohio, with 'their four 4 POUND -
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"sons have been their house k' .
guests since the. holidays. I! PIG )" 3b BpAGLES' 39 '
Among those present were Mr.' FIRST CUT '
and Mrs: George Miles Moody,I PORK CHOPS 3Ui ,
:Mr. and Mrs* 'Leonard Moody, .
*:Mr. Mrs. Robert Danner. '
> and. u.s. GOOD BEEFSTEAK SWEET

Mr.shrimp and and Mrs.french Montgomery fries. served Roimd-SirloiM-Rib li I 79 '

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2 1.9
Potatoes (bs
Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Yoe. FRESH, SLICED .
man\from Joliet' Ill:, were visit- .

.Mrs ting here\last' Reynold week Hoover with, *Rev. and Spiced HIM or B/l/g2 ,lit I $100 FRESH D-D .


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Bunnell- Theatre I Pigs I -Feet 12, 1 I'. III $1 00 FRYERF.r $2.10 I -Ea. :

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"Steve. Bnxile Q .'<.-&f'Lysa' Thomas. ;... Miss Herman's Sausage DemonstrationS > : I II

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r., STARTS 8 A.M. SHARP JAN. 15, ENDS JAN. 23.

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[. "J '' All Ladies Skirts Reduced ,
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acets
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THANKS .
_.; Western Jackets $198 SKIRTS NOW $1 37.. .
N '
r'. > Thanks for giving c $O98 SKIRTS NOW $ :?' l'

!;. us a good year in _DenimBoys .- : $398 SKIRTS NOW $27.7' Children >

./ 1959. This sale represents ', 't, ':- ,' ,$}99 $498 SKIRTS $ -
'. 14-16 : NOW. $ 77 .
our :
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'. ciation. Mens' .,30-42... $299 Dresses Reduced I
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v. We will, serve you' \..:,' DRESSES NOW 1 .Y.-. nouns ', i

even better in 1960. Ideal. For, .The' Outdoor : ,_ $O9S DRESSES NOW$199 _
Man. 1 S "$098 $ 7 $277
Come .in and save DRES.SE'S. NOW .
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Hurry!" .
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on every purchase: EXTRA I
\ Boys SuitsSize
!No Pushing
: .. Toilet Top Tray ._, ,
,/'" MEN'S FELT HATS Please We
47* $ 7 !
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Got
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'* Plenty
'N : Take 'Eqi Away At .:. ,

:" : : t. Free Do.r Prizes 14-16 $577' Of Them.
1 2" t. .: .
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-.tIIIJ. 1. F'D oor Prize each '
.. : .- .:-- Values To 7.95 'V -* J ucfevWinner .. ,,'' ; EACHSUIT' ,'. -
To li
> _. ::- Day ., ;: : Ladies :
,." -- P or 4'q :' '!
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i Get Your i
PEPPERELL RECEIVING 2. Get FREE Ticket. Friendship(
Time_ MarchesLong .On
Date BookFREE HatsHURRY &
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Drawing At 5 p.m. '
\,. Blankets.3.. t:. .:; "_, : .
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: Johns 29*' > 5. ALL Tickets Will :' .Men's.FLANNELJSHIRTS' ', 1 ,

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Sizes :, TOWELS : k98 Shirts $1" I
Broken ;; 20 x 40 Ea.. 2' FOR
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t BESTSELECTION .
THESE WILL GO FAST
WASHCLOTHS 8c> : I
A $1.59 Value ;,i' ', HURRY' ,,
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; Lowest (For Similar Quality) To Be And, Friendly, Courteous, Personal .

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<10' u uI ness.' We d n't.have.. to I I surplus! which:,could be ap- Subscribe. ,to The Flagler Tribune '
52.50 :
Yearly in AdvanceOWNAHOME .
... ,
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through the time-consum; to the reduction of our na .,: "' ..
1 ,'., chore of ,reorganizing, l debt. This is real good -. .
.;S.S pointing Committees and -if it can be 'accomplished. .

t. .. y like. reduction In the national
t... will reduce our interest
' '.
," The leadership .seems d
alone about $200 mil
'
r; mined to, "start early and
a year, and that kind of
' late" so that we will be I .
is hot to be taken light- I
to be through with all OF
YOUR OWN I i
The only thing that worries i I
work before
sary legislative ,
in this connection is whether I I
f ", } National. Conventions next can be accomplished. We .
:. yf. order of THE EASYJIMWALTERWAY..PAY ,
The
first :real
.... a spending budget of some
: ness il} a new session Is billion. If we are to have 'of'
, '. President's "State of the I billion .: .,
that
surplus means ;
.c .. S. (Syd) I
A. Herlong Address. It is given by
total revenue must be at
< Congressman. fifth Distrf" President in person before NOTHING
$84 billion. Our present
.Jl.'"..y\ Now that Congress has con. joint session of the House s just won't bring in that
:J Senate. Of
course we
;\ 'I vened again I am resuming money, so I wonder where
my
didn't get' to'see a copy of DOWN :a.-
" "',; weekly reports to .you I hope coming from. It is rumored SL7
J : they will help keep you closer speech before it was d the President is counting
: in touch with your National but immediately upon 1-cent gas tax and I
... ", Government. to my office I received additional increase of 1 cent
., \ $ dozen phone calls from first class postage. If he is, I
.." 'Y: : When Congress adjourned last sentatives of the press the $4 billion surplus just '

,. t a.. September I came home, hitched me to give them a brief there, because, knowing at iL
: > ; my office trailer on' the back of al ol what I thought ot I something about the feel- .
r;:"{ "; my car and visited nearly every speech. Believe me, it's of most of the members of ::
: city and town in our district. difficult to give a sentence bil-billion 1 I can't visualize the ,

._'. .4 :;. It was a real rewarding expert. two' evaluation' of a speech of the House and Sen- s.o'I'I "
'.<' ence, but it took me about six takes 50 or 55 minutes to I voting these increases on .--- i
" '. weeks to do it. As soon as this' liver The'so-called State of I general public in an election I II

... ,i, trip was finished I had' to comeback Union message didn't deal These are just Borne of
:,. to Washington for CornS the State of the Union. A items involved in the mes
\ mittee hearings. These lasted siderable 'part of 'it was There were many, many Don'ttMiss/ The Big Show. 'I
from November 2nd to December to the state of the world-or which I will discuss; with
Of. 18th, so the only time I had least our part in it. This is again from time to time in
off was Christmas week, and I it should be.
i weekly reports.
Every Sat.5:00: P.M,WJXT-JV Jacksonville Ch.4
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had speeches and meetings Incur --In appraising the speech
,,;. district nearly of that week .briefly as possible I wquld .. Featuring the Famous Radio and TV Stars

... .. All in all it was a busy fall, -that no one can disagree : .
>. but I enjoyed every minute' the President's general I
'y .{ it. The only junket I ,took was .,of peace in the world and and,their,Clinch Mountain Boys
; .. a 38-mile ride to Baltimore to perity at home. We can say Ruh ps ) ,
,,- inspect Social Security Headquarters to these general objectives,
... ,and on this trip I paid I am sure you understand
"{: my own expense. I must reserve the right to JIM
'From here it looks like the sider on their merits any WALTER
,.' \ Second Session of the 86th Con. the Administration

.1'ty gress' is going to start out in which are designed to Prompt Service C O R P O R A T I O N
-. high gear. Bills that were, ins: ,,fish those objectives.I .
,- traduced last year don't -have: was particularly pleased CE YOUR ORDER, WITH US
-,. to be reintroduced thiS TeS3iph: :hear the President say that TribunePhone .PALATKA. FLA. Write to P: O.Box 782 or call collect

Everything that was under consideration i would. submit a balanced ; Flagler EA 5-5971
last year is now uh i: et to the Congress-in fact IDlewood 7.3282

der ,the head of unfinished busi }I said there would be a, $4.2 BunqeI, Florida .,,.....
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SOME IN PAIRS
"MATHER of f BUNNELL /
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: ,' I ,', $5800 J r. .. 2 END : ,COCKTAIL, TABLE. : YOU.. PAY $139.9S, r
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.'1'.1.. : .,' .' BOX SPRING .& ,MATTRESS' -. ,\ DOUBLE DRESSER & CHEST '. .. ,'t'
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*i : |*-V M':. -KITCHEN-A'; 3 IECE BEDROOM ,
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.II, Mr. and Mrs. !.-K. McKnlght I at 8 'o'clockIn the, evening atj 1 The girls team again:was-vio

I.spent the past weekend in .the civic center building. There torius. They beat St. Augustine

i Selma, Ala., visiting with their' will be a dance the 'a following I girls with a lead of about 2Opoints.
son and daughter in law, Lt. -
I, '1 land Mrs. Charles McKnight. the contest Everyone is Invited Several of they girls;

to the contest and dance.I played an unsually good game:
.' "Corvets" from Orlando will
jj The
linda Revels as guard and Faye-

1 1I I[Bunnell provide SusanJane music Deen,for the who evening.is in] Edmonson as a forward. .As
I
J:'. r l High School charge of entertainment for the I:usual Annette Strickland JoAnn.

W Friends Invited To I MEETS COUNTRY WITH CLUB Headlines contest, will dance. Ida ,Allen Morris, Shelia Westbrook played.
'
;... .' Lawn Party Honoring MARGIE KINNEY. will also dance and Diane Li- a good game. vj
It (By Betty Jo Revels) I kins will sing. .,
and Mrs. '
Dr. Reynolds This weekend wjll probably
Margie Kinney was hostess to
This proved to be a pretty The eight grade girls who will find most of us studying and
of the Club "
members Country
Former students, their families
busy week for everyone, especially help serve at\ the banquet arelinda' : doing more studying. Most of
and all otHer friends of Dr.. and Wednesday evening for their
+ the Seniors. They visited Cody, Alida Tucker, Gloria us are glad to hear,the first
I.' Mrs. Frank J. Reynolds are In- meeting. Eight members and '
,Daytona Beach Junior College. Moore, Gail, Wadsworth, Jenny semester is up next weekend.We .
I
Mrs. S. H.
invited
vited to a lawn party at the three guests, >
'Several of the students will be Bennett, Ethel Milner and Sue will also be havin'semestertests
: D.D. Moody residence, 401 North Cameron of South"Carolina, Mrs "
,
I attending the Junior College King. .
II ,
Anderson St., Sunday afternoon, Grace Kinney ,and Mrs. Anna I .1 I
this fall.Again .
f January 17, from 3 to 7 o'clock. Spaulding were present. .. -- .
I Tri Hi Y
me annual I ,
'' spending; ,Mrs. Reynolds are During the business meeting,''Miss Bunnell High Contest is!

guests of their a' week son and as daughter house members made pfans for a food{ underway. The contestants and)1!. Open Letter to the Board of County

'' sale on February 13, ,and also I their sponsors are:
in law, Dr.. and Mrs.,Allen .
discussed the date, decorationsand GoMHiissioiers of Flagler County
!1
j:. Reynolds, at Ffagler Beach. Sandy Gumble, freshman
arrangements for, "The Cab-
Both Dr.. and Mrs. Reynolds class; Carol Christopher, sopho
s' are former members of the Bun- bage Ball. Final plans and I more class; Grace: Steflik, sophomore On Tuesday, January 12, 1960, at the regular sched-
date will be announced, later. uled of the Veterans of Wars Flag-
meeting Foreign
i f nell High school faculty and I class A; Betty Jo Revels
; they have just returned to the Betty Moore presided at, the i I Hi-Y: ; Betty Abbott, junior class; ler County Post 5213 a motion was made and duly

United States, from Jour years meeting due to*the illness of Annette Strickland, senior class;1 seconded that a letter be written to each County

-, spent in Tegucigalpa, the new president. Jeanette Ber I Fern Allen, TrI.HI.Y; Carolyn Commissioner in regards to the County Service Of '
Honduras.1 motion stated that desire the office-
f Dr. Reynolds is with Williams, Future Homemakers; ficer. The we ..
tha.Mrs.. t of the County Service Officer to be open on a full '
Department In Agriculture and Kinney served tempting, Faye Bass, Future Teachers;
Mrs. Reynolds taught ins' the refreshments: to her guests. Julie Sendral, Band Parents Association time basis such as the other offices in the Court- "
American school 'there. I ; Barbara Smythe, house and that the office will be paid a just and '

( -After spending about two DIANE ELAINE BRADLEYMr. Bunnell Businessmen's Associa- liveable, wage. This was passed unanimously.Two .

months visiting here, in Georgia 'tion; JoAnn Morris, Idlewood
t and Mrs. 'Herbert Bradleyof other motions were passed that a copy of this
and in California, with members Bunnell announce the arrival Club; Joan Hoff, Flagler Beach' letter be printed in The Flagler Tribune to show

; of their family, they will go tot of a daughter, born January: 7,I Garden Club; Nancy Brannam, that the eighty (80) members of Post 5213 and
;L Lima, Peru, where Dr.. Reynolds Flagler 'County Cattlemen's Association
at the Holly Hill Hospital in their families are deeply interested in keeping the
I will continue his work with the I Susan Bran.
; Mary
Holly Hill. She weighed eight County Service Office functioning on a full time
State Department. pounds and seven ounces and nam, Bunnell Lions Club; Bev- basis and that a copy of this letter accompany the

I has been ,given the name of erly Rodgers, VFW Post 5213. petition to be presented at a later date to the Boardpf
Mrs. Alleen O'Niel of Miami
,Diane Elaine. The Hi-Y and .Tri-IIi-Y mem- County Commissioners.
was the house guest of Mr. and
bers will have a banquet at I FLAGLER COUNTY VETERANS '
Mrs. Walter Knight during the
DIANE MICHELE HARRISMr the school cafeteria before the
past weekend. OF FOREIGN. WARS POST 5213
contest. The contest will start
ar\d Mrs. Coy Harris of I I
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Holden Bunnell announce the arrival of t

have returned to their home a daughter, born at the Flagler '

,- t here after an extended' visit in Hospital in St. Augustine on,I ;.

Elizabethton; Tenn.' with their January 7. She weighed eight ;: ,

son in law ,and ,daughter Mr. pounds and eleven ouncesand \ .. .
and :Mrs. JulianCaudill and has been given the name ofDiana .",1

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Pillsbury or' BallardsBISCUIT This plug.t gly can mess up your entire house He plagues :2 :.
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homes that have Housepower.. He stranglesjrour electrical "' '
6 for 49et appliances chokes off the full flow of current, shrinks your TV ; .-{. ,

picture and makes lights flicker. l .' -t, .

Miracle Whip : Don't try to get by'with extension cords when you really need _
more outlets and branch circuits to get top efficiency and- = .
MARGARINE r ; ,
i 2 49c k peak economy from your electrical'servants." !< I
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Stop living with Octoplugs! For a wiring checkup, without !
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Bluebird 6 oz.ORANGE. r obligation,call your Electrical,Contractor now; a :

JUICE 6 fw89'* FULtHOUSEPOWER lets you enjoy an the benefits .;.. t

f Birdseye 10 oz. of moder ,Florida living-Better Living Electrically.v ..,_ ?'

(The heart of FULL HOUSEPOIVER i* 100-200 /
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: MIXED VEGETABLES 19* o % entrance,pita enough circuit*and convenient switches and o tlets.J a ': "

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,1r',. N1"THE couirrr JUDGES COURT IN'"THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND plaint in said .null to serve a copy IN THE CIRCUIT C UR.r"OF I IKLAGLKR IN R'FIE CIRCUIT COURT."*OFFLAGLKR \
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', ; aar KLOR- thereof Howatt. COUNTY FLORIDA COUNTY. IN
-:IW ,AND FOR F1AGLJSR COUN- FOR FLAGLER COUNTY upon Willard FLORIDA
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. -, IDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 3895 plaintiffs attorney, whose addressis IN CHANCERY NO. 3896 CHANCERY NO. 3S67 '
-,;'.,>. I TV.CASE, 1\0. MATAN AS ;INVESTMENT COMPANY 500 Exchange Bank Building OLIVER NORMAN BUGBEE r CONSTANCE G ALAN IS., '

: ,-A IN :RE'' Estate ofi' a* lorida Corporation St. Augustine. Florida on or before i Plaintiff Plaintiff "
'I:; MARGUERITE GLEASON. Plaintiff the 21st day of January A. D. BUGBEE v.

Deceased. I IDAYTONA 1960, and the Flagler Tribune,i LOUISE GEORGE, a GALANIS.
OP PROBATE which is a' newspaper meeting the Defe daat. Defendant.
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED BEACH HOLDING I'i' requirements prescribed by law' NOTICE: TO DEFEND. NOTICE TO DEFEND '
ESTATE OF SAID PEEDENT j CORPORATION a dissolved for such purpose. la hereby designated -
i1NOTICE, I IN THE et alDefendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO.
etc. as the in which
'" : : I Florida Corporation, newspaper Louise Bugbee George C. Galanls
notified this notice shall be published 'once
.. You are hereby that a 24 Bennett Avenue North Street
': : written Instrument purporting to NOTICE'TO DEFEND' a Herein week for four consecutive weeks. Rochelle Park. New Jersey Topsfleld. Massachusetts

'": 'be -the Last Will and Testament of IN THE NAME''' OF THE STATE'l Confesso fall will not entered or Decree against Pro You are hereby notified that a You are hereby notified that a

', aald decedent has been admitted. to OF FLORIDA, TO: be suit has been filed against you In suit has been filed against you In
+ probate In this Court. You are the above entitled and the above entitled
Corporation you.Witness cause; you cause and you
'f:.,. hereby commanded within six cal Daytona Beach Holding my hand as Clerk and are hereby required to file your answer are hereby required to file your
months from the date of the 'a dissolved Florida corporation the seal of Bald court this 17th day
endar with the Clerk of this Court answer with the Clerk ofhl..
I'
E, A. Randall
first publication got this notice to and C. A. Randall. director of December, A.D. 1959. and to serve a copy thereof upon Court, and to serve a copy thereof
this Court and show and L. A. McKeever. as (Seal) RALPH HARBERTAs
: appear In Beach E. the plaints or plaintiffs attorney upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs at
.. cause If any you can why the trustees of Daytona dissolved Clerk of the. above whose name and address is: torney whose name and address is:
a
action of this Court In admitting Holding Corporation styled court W. Cecil Grant
,f ?; said Will to probate should not Florida corporation and each and First publication December 24, W. Cecil Grant 407U Main Street
:1' unknown assigns successors 407HMain Street
stand unreyoked.I all the 1959. l
A. DEEN In interest trustees or other Dec 24.311959 Jan 7-14 1960 ttc Daytona Beach, Floridanot Daytona Beach. Florida
> & -
'1 \"'. :. County Judge Flagler.County, parties claiming, by through, under later than January' 21. A. D. not 1960.later than February 9th. A .D.

:1":' 'First publication January 7, '. or against said 'dissolved corporation _,. 1960. : If fail to ...
you decree
: .'- :, : be located ) so, pro
-. _1NO. ,none of whom can, If you fall to do BO, decree pro confesso will be entered
against
I J811 1Ul84tc' and It not 'being known whether I FREE PAINTOne confesso will be entered, againstyou you for the relief demanded in the
f.t:,. 'there are any surviving trustees: for the relief demanded In the bill of complaint.
': .- .. \ -Edward Grlmea ''whose last I extra gallon of your choice I bill of complaint. The nature of said suit being for The divorce.nature of -

**;.- *' 'J fjf TUB CIRCI1IT'COURT' OF ', known address was Los Angeles, II with each gallon you buy, said suit being for divorce. WITNESS my' hand and seal Of'
KLAGLEH COUNTT. FLORIDA California. WITNESS hand and seal of
,1" ,I, my said Court this 4th day of Janu
!"'J'/l IN CHANCERY NO. 3904DOREE The unknown heirs devisees Mary Carter Paint Store I said Court this 17th day of December ary. A. D. 1960.
,.._*. E. THEALL.isr legatees, grantees, creditors lIen- A. D. 1959.' (Official Seal)
; ,
Platatlif ors or other parties claiming by (Seal) RALPH E. HARBERT RALPH E. HARBERT
,;- vs. through under or against Myrtle Ormond Beach at Coquina Barn' Clerk of said Circuit Court I Clerk of said Circuit Court

ROBERT M. THEAJLU Grimes Bruner John B. Bruner. Also Weatgrate Shopping Center Dec. 24-31 1959 & Jan. 7-14 1960-Itc Jan. 1-14-21-Z8--4tc
,; i,' _: Defendant. William Henry Bruner also knownas
r; NOTICE TO 'DEFEND Henry Bruner, James C. Bruner t
'' THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TOTvKArt : all deceased.
: -
gym. .. Hf.. Th@A11 I Jessie Alice Bruner-' .n_ alive, and

: '/'... Hart 38 Lakeview dale.hereby New Avenue notified York that a,, If known,'dead heirs her at unknown law. devisees spouse legatees un-- I,.I I Ir

You are AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY
\/ creditors llenors. or 'I

;.,',,;" ", ., suit the above his been entitled filed cau against eand you you In,', other under, grantees parties against claiming Jessie by.Bruner.through deceased
or
file
, answer
; : are hereby required to your C. A. Randall and Elma
u ;
Clerk of this Court
,, with the and ,
A. Randall his wife if living
)
thereof
i r
: and to serve a copy upon unknown heirs devisees -'

\ r the plaintiff or and plaintiff's address attorney Is: I ilf dead, legatees their ,grantees creditors BODY MILLAND HOTEL BAR FUEL OILKING'S
whose name
f'" lienors. or other parties

'*\> '. W.407%Cecil Main Grant Street claiming by. through Randell and under Elma or ODELL MERSEY'S Come And Visit TRUCK STOP

* ,' ? Daytona Beach Florida against C A. deceased PAINT & BODY SHOP AL AND ELLIE
PHILLIPS
4V-:; not later than February 6th. A. D. A. Randall his wife 66 GAS & OILS
also
some-
i Graider.
, 1960. Mary Bruner Complete Collision Service ,AT THEIR NEW BAR .
times known as Mary Bruner Delivery in the County on
I.- If you fall to do so. decree pro dead her 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
and If
.- entered Greider, if living "You'll, Meet Your Friends Here"
confesso will be against heirs at law. devisees Fuel til, Kerosene Tractor Fuel'
<\ the relief demanded.ln. theo l unknown spouse Body & Fender Work
for '
you credi I
v legatees grantees FLAGLER BEACH
o bill of complaint. The nature of claim Painting. Matching. Free Estimates Gasoline
.said suit being for divorce. tors, lienors or other parties I U.S. 1 So OF BUNNELLDays"
.
hand and seal of ing b) through under or against: u.S. 1 N. Bunnell ID 7-3676
ID
, WITNESS my -3372-Nlte ID 7-3267
,. aald Court this 31st day .of Decem Mary Bruner Graider.Mary also Bruner some : The Coolest Spot for the Coolest 1 i -
times known as'
I Draft BeerSANDPIPER
ber. A. D. 1959. John T. Bruner
deceased
... _(Offlclal Seal ..,. HARBERT Greider.if living and if dead, his unknown I AUTO SERVICE BAR |FURNITURE
RALPH heirs law, devisees legatees I '
,,; Clerk of said Circuit Court, ''I spouse, grantees at creditors lienors or McDANIEL'S GIFTS-LUNCHES I| REED'S

" ? Jan. 7-U-21-8-4tc'_... other parties claiming by. through, On the Ocean Side of AlA 3 Miles
i under or against John T. Bruner Service Station I North of Flagler Pier Discount Furniture

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I deceased; and and "Keep, Cool at George & Millie's"PHONE i
persons
FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA Any and all (save UP TO 507. DISCOUNT
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
the plaintiff herein) having
3903 except HE 9-2156
NO.
CHANCERY
IN
On Furniture and
or claiming -any right, title or Interest i AppliancesNew
METHVJN. I
CHARLES
f Plaintiff in and to the lands involvedin Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs and Used '
de
vs. this suit and hereinafter

.'" BETTY METHVIN, scribed. Bunnell ID 7-7119 BUILDING SUPPLIES 1100 Flomich Ave.-Holly Hill
. office address
': .. Defendant. The respective post i _
----
of each of the
residence
and
THE NOTICE STATE TO OF DEFEND FLORIDA, TO: above. named parties Is unknown. Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION WICKLINE, FLOOR COVERING
and each of are here-
Methvin You you -
'* Betty Selvidge Street by notified that a suit has been Building Supplies
706
Dalton. Georgia brought against you to quiet titleto Tilecraft Company"LET

notified that a the following described lands GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen
You are hereby CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS
Florida US FLOOR YOU"Armstrong
suit has, been filed against you In situate in Flagler County,

the above entitled cause; and you to-Parcel wlt; No. 1: Commencing at a 7 A.,11.-10 P.M.-7 Daya STEEL & Kentile
are' hereby required)to file your answer -
.,with the Clerk of this Court of point Government in the north Lot boundary I, In Section line State,&Lambert; US I-ID 7-7190 Flagler Beach HE 9-2254 Sold and InstalledAll

and jto serve a copy thereof upon 23. Townshlp 41 South. Work Guaranteed

e_ the whose plalntlf name or and pla HowattBoz address htfi's is attorney: Range -31 by Bast the where, East boundary it Is intersected Colonial Service Station CLEANERS Ormona Beach OR 7-3181

Frank
.G.
State Road AIA *Ocean
line of
706., RFD No.1St. and\ EARL E. RICE, ProprietorGASOILLUBRlCATION
Augustine Florida Shore Boulevard), run GARDEN SHOP
5th A. D. thence in a Southeasterly direction CLEANERSEVERY
not later than February BUNNELL
.
1960. along the East boundaryof MOTOR TUNE-UP Gray's Garden Center
'
Road AlA a dis
State
confesso If you fall will to be do entered so. decree against pro ,tanceof said 150 feet, thence In an GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES CLEANING ,Headquarter for Gardening Need.

relief demanded in the Easterly direction, and parallel SERVICE Ceramics. Gifts. Dry Arrangement
you foi the line of said u. S. HIWAY 1 -
with the North BUNNELLI
Materials
rhenature' of -
bill of'complaint. I
Lot 1 to the ordinary
aJd WITNESS suit being my for hand, divorce.and seal of Government high water,mark of the Hall's Atlantic StationJack Open Dally 8 to 9 Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers

of .JanuI Atlantic Ocean then In a North- TORO LAWN MOWERS
said Court this 4th day the 'Phone ID 7-3188

ary. A. D.:"1960. westerly high water dlrectjon mark of the along Atlantic Hall, Proprietor 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR'7-0511
\ (Official Seal) Northeast 115 N. Bay $-Bunnell OIIMOND
the cornarof
',. ', RALPH E. HARBERT Ocean to Government Lot 1.. GAS0ILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteries
Clerk of slUd Circuit Court '. said =
thence in Westerly direction Accessories
HARDWARE
Jan 7-U-21-Z8-4tc .. along Ihe north line of said CONCRETE PRODUCTS

-Government Lot 1 to the placeof ROAD SERVICE Farmers Supply Co.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH beginning and being Lota 1, BUNNELL Tel. ID 7-3652 Bunnell
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN 2 and 3 of Block 1 of Kanaha Your "Q" For ConcreteDial JOHN DEERE

AD FOR FLAGLER COUATFLORIDA \, Subdivision according to a' plat 1 Agricultural &Industrial Equipment
IN EQUITY. EQUITYSO. thereof- recorded in Plat Book J. L. Presswood Garage CL 3-8113 I STEEL

3893! 2. page 42 of the Flagler Coun-
OSCAR RALPH FOLDS.. ts'. Florida records. STANDARD PRODUCTS Bars & Shapes Hot &; Cold Rolled

; Plaintiff Parcel No 2,* Beginning at a General Repairing-Road Service DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's Black&Galvanized Pipe & Fittings ,

the westerly right- Tires Tubes & Accessories REPAIRS
vs. of ray I LAWH MOWER
Road AlA
State
of
line
TOMMIE RUTH FOLDS Visit Our DepartmentFor Concrete Inc. '
Grocery
Defendant. Intersects with the north boundary DEEN RD. Phone r'* '1314:1:
I Frozen Foods and Staples
line of Sections 22 and %3.
NOTICE' TO APPEAR ANDr
South Range 31 Cubed Ice
ANSWER Township 11.
and running thence In a HE 9-2139 FLAGLER BEACHSullivan's Village Hardware Center
East,
", IN, 'A'HE NAME OF THiS STATE southeasterly direction along DRUG STORES ,
OF FLORIDA. HOUSE ,PAINTS
boundary line of
the westerly
'
TOTOMMIE RUTH FOLDS Gulf Service
of
State Road AlA a distance
Sells Avenue Georgia 100 feet: thence In a Westerly Anderson Drug Store Match and mix,any colorBuilder's
Atlanta.
with the GULF
direction and parallel
You are hereby notified that,11 and Supplies Kitchenwoze
line of Sections 22
North -
suit has been brought against you 11 South. Range GAS0ILSLUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSORIES .- Prescriptions' .
Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial 23 of Township GIFTS GREETING CARDS
the
In -
Circuit. Flagler Count Florida 31 East:, to where it intersects Beach Information ._ Sick Room Supplies. .
line
OSCAR RALPH with the Easterly boundary Service and AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420
in Equity by of Florida :East Coast Canal "Specializing In Sundries ,
FOLDS; Plaintiff, and you are thence Ina north- Clean Rest Rooms"In
rlgh of-waY:
hereby required to file personally westerly direction along the The Heart of Flagler Beach BUNNELL PAINT STOREJERRY'S -
Attorney with the Clerk of
or by 'boundary line of Florida
East
eald 'Court your Answer or defenses -
Canal rightofwayto
to the Complaint In said East Coast where the East AUTO REPAIRS PAINT MART'
a point
suit on or before the 2nd day of -ts line of aald Florida Moody's Pharmacy
<
February' A.'D. 1960. and also to bounds 8t-- oa.8t-- C&nal-'lnfersPcU] -- HANNA & VELVON.PAINT.
verve a copy of your Answer or I Flagler County's Corner Drug store
Station
north boundary line Shield Service
Mesaera. OSSINSKY with the One Coat Plastic Finish
defenses upon said Section 22 thence In al I PRESCRIPTIONS
of ;
& KROU Attorneys for Plaintiff Easterly direction along the Arcadius Habel. Mechanic Il" Stops Masonry Dampness
at their office at 411 Main Street. of Sections 22 DRUGS-SUNDRIES
t Daytona Beach. Florida on or before north bpundary' Township 11 South COMPLETE AUTO, REPAIRS Paint Sundries

the, '2nd day of FebruarT, A. D. and Range 23r 31 East to the point of Right Now We'll Overhaul and 1 I FOUNTAIN SERVICE 29 W. Granada-Ormond Beach
1960 as required by the Florida It being the Intention 1 i Flo. Phone ID 73661ORMOND
Rules of Civil Procedure and hereIn beginning the: grantors to convey Repair Your Power MowerNo BuanelL Ph. OR 7-0761

,fall, not or a Decree Pro Con-v LotsRmd of 2 of Block 2 in Job Too Big Or Too Small !
\
fesso and Final Decree will be entered Kanaha Subdivision and the 111 No. Bay SU Bunnell I PRESCRIPTION: BADIoTELEVISIONDON'S
against you by default. I
100 'feet of Block 3
You are further notified that the Northerly Subdivision according to i I PHARMACYSick
in said GARAGE
EDGAR'S
name of the' Court in which said thereof recorded li. Plat RADIO
suit has,ben Instituted the Cir- a plat Room Supplies-Sundries & TV
t 42 of Flagler i
I
Book page Hour Towing Service
cuit Court Seventh Judicial Cir ,24-
Florida records excepting Zenith
County 24-Hour Prescription Service Sales and Service"We
cuit of Florida In and for Flagler that portion of
therefrom
County.. .In Equity is, and that the Lots 1 and 2. Block 2 taken for COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRSAutomatic Free Delivery in Flagler Beach Sell the Best
title of ald suit as hereinabove Transmission Service
set forth. road Parcel,right-of-way.IMO S: .The Southerly Wheel Balancing-Front End RL AlA 1 mL North of and Service the Rest"
You are further notified that the of Northerly 922.75 Alignment ORMOND BEACH-TeL OR ?-SSI
822.75 feet
nature of said suit is a suit for AUTO RADIOS A SPECIALTY
feet of that part of the unpla.tted :10 Granada Ormond-OR 7-OS83

divorce,WITNBBB a::vlnculo ray hand matrimonll.and seal of/ of Old portion CanaL of Section In Section%%. East%%. Thompson PharmacyYour u.S., Hwy. 1, OrmozuL OR 7.1473REAL

office at Bua .ell. Flagler County Township 11. South. Range SI AUTOMATIC; TRANSMISSION Health Is Wealth
,Florida this 16th day of December therefrom also
excepting
A. D. 1949.RALPH. East 122.75' feet of the Put YourPBESCBIPTIONS ESTATE
the Southerly HILLHYDROMATIC
E HARBERT HOLLY
part of the Northerly
Aa Clerk of the Circuit Court unplatted of Section 22. Township -
SERVICE
922.7S feet Margaret Givens
Flagler County Florida
of ,
11 South. Range 31 East. In Our Hands
,ICIrvntt Court Stall
OSfilNSKT & KROL In the above styled court by the RepairingRebuilding Re?. Real Estate BrokerNotary '
above named plaintiff, and you are 141 W. Granada-Ormond 7-1421
for Plaintiff publicSpecializlalC
',', Solietton hereby required to ale personally ON ALL MAKES OK -
Mate Str *tDaytona -
41,1 with the clerk TRANSMISSIONS
'or by y'our.attorney AUTOMATIC In
'Bw.eh. Florida
of said court yotur answer or other UU R1 Hill & RIVER
.. Dee- a4.3Li'i-fit' Jan 7-14 I960-tic defensive. pleadings to the. com-I OR Z 1381o11y FLOwrrs-- -- OCEAN PROPERTIES

..
< Phone HEmlock 8-t03S

'" .- ,1 BAR AND PACKAGE STORE Blacks Flower Shop Keo Mar Motel-Flagler Beach


"':y RCA, VICTOR YOUR CLOSWT. OUTLET I i FLAGLER BEACH ; Phone IDlewootf 7-t346 PUBLISHERS & PIWlTEBS-_


LIi; IhfG COLOR: TV1N For-Wt'f Quality* Get Furniture el the HOTEL' BAR P.O. Box 3 Bunnell, Fla. The Flagler Tribune

,'-1. iHMt K:THE PICTURE I JIeIIt DtatoftcrCHRIS'S Flowers For All Occasions Publishers Printers
X_ TBH WINDOW* Hi. "The Meet n, Place ,
7-3282
.Phone ID
{We orders for DeliveryARywhere
accept
'S.tltIL ta 1ladio ,4 JTetevifiioa FURNITURE of flagler County" i ,
Bunnell Florida
in the U.g.A. ,
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PRICES GOOD "

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,,'" ,f FLAGLER! BEACH, FLA. '. ADVERTISING. BUNNELL. FLA. .

:." STORE MON thru THURS.-8 A. M. til v 6 P.: M./ ,, Means More. Savings ,STORE MON. thru FRS A. M. til 6:45 P.,M....:.., .
For You AC. ;
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f"t LUNCHEON -:: :,
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: Grapefruit Juice' X4 f $l O. SHURFINE 6'OZ. CAN- '
ORANGE JUICE '.:7 for $too'
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PlumsSJiURFINE for
Purple .\I : .' '.

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Peaches 'ci'y: :; ; 'y Sfpr $100 1 39 7:

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;' 'iBird Kingdom Run [&is curiosity, like to play : Galapagos finch that belongs to I wields a thorn to pry tasty:grubs -.

pranks, and adapt easily to I] the. same family as sparrows j from their hiding places. I

man's civilization. i ---- ARB-
f- On Instict Not 10.1
SURE TO MAKE f
YOU..,
Birds run.a. poor second xto! Not long ago, a crow appeared t Sen. Holland Leads Dimes Drive I
at the National Zoo in Washington !t
t' mammals in mental power, but, M1 t I
D.c. and adopted the ,
,
the feathered kingdom can boast J ; I !
:- a few strikingly bright uniformed policemen there. It ;
egg- !
f
rode on the hoods of squad cars j I
I' heads. \ and the shoulders of officers directing ; Ii I
The wise old owl isn't one of !
traffic.
During its stay, .1
them. Members-of only a hand- j
'i \
the friendly crow lived extremely -
t: ful" of families-including. rae'j well. Ii j i uP w0 Nonce (

:- yens and crows, ,parrots, spar. ,

f -, rows, ana titmice-=show the rare j In Bangkok, Thailand, pet i

'.. :ability to learn. As a rule, ; crows at a golf club were taughtto

: ,k. birds' behavior Is rigidly con- : find lost balls when they

.::; .. "troll d by instinct. Their seem- [were scarce in wartime. Un ITV

: ? 4n# Intelligence cannot be fortunately, at last report the I

I j. ,: '# ,equated to that of, humans the j bids can't Jt>$.convinced, that the I 1kr I tl 1
"National Geographic_ Society]war is over* They are still
k.; ;
; ; says. .'snatching golf balls-even from! 4'Q I ..

R,. With training, however, ravens j putting greens. .. j RvG f /i&r CASY ylEy i
ir- actually learn to count. These I!
i
of Crows, parrots and budgerigars -t 1 ||ro use-j ,
;-. glossy, crafty birds the Northern [
\ '* :. Hemisphere can distinguish and some starlings learn to 1I
j I
imitate human sounds. They do
I
ji up to six objects, regardless of
t not know the meaning, of
shape or manner of .
\ arrange. : I
< :
course, but often use the proper' ... .1
f ment. That colorful bird of the : "

tropics, the parrot, also can 'words at the right time. A budgerigar ;..::,.t I Iw.
in Leicester ;;;.,
astray Eng- j "="i f
learn to perceive numbers. j i I _
;land kept repeating what.; J .:
Ravens Trick Eskimo
j Dog :
i i
:;|sounded like, "Three double four y Y I r
x a Ravens are especially clever i I
at' in getting food and often cachet. oh one" Its finder, in a mo. ,," .:":'I Bob
ment of inspiration, dialed that .. :
it for a rainy day. Greenland,I ':".<:
sequence of numbers on the .,. ....,:",
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'two .
-. extraordinarily cunning ra-I{ : I
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telephone-and found himself i
observed : :
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yens were hijacking! 1
" talking to the lost bird's owner'on .?
; meat from a husky. One tugged j
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the other end of the, line. : all makes
; at thedog's tail, to distract him j

.,,.:. .' while his partner darted in to'j Old World titmice, relatives of F vy Sales, Tubes and I

grab the booty. the American chickadee, ac- .
j} ;: Crows, like their close kin, the I quired the habit of uncapping Antenna Installation

ravens, quickly learn What is I '
milk bottles for an early-morn-
> PHONE HE
:; important to their welfare and D 9-2204
I' I ing eye opener. Curiously, the .
-:-- ..." what is not. They' have enormCLASSIFIED.- practice developed independently -

in various parts of Englandand

to other bird .
spread species.A
; in Charlottesville Vir Sen. Spessard L Holland, of Florida, leads the 1960 New March of REFINANCE. YOUR DEBTS
crow With Term
c a Long
Dimes with a visit to Sharron Holmes, of Lakeland, who was born
the habit. .
r. ginia, got same
"\ with an open spine. New March of Dimes funds are being used to
< I FEDERAL LAND BANK
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an experiment at Harvard .. FARM ,LOAN
11... LlatlAp under tala keadlmir arc
University pigeons were taughtto
3 cent per word each Inaertiea B. W. BRYAN
: SO,cent la minimum chance "tell time." Confronted withan ,
-- CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. Production Credit Assn.
'WANTED-a' part time job afterI appartus that yielded treatsat WednesdaylOrOOPALATKA

i school ,every day. May contact certain Intervals, the birds H. CRAIG. Funeral Director FLORIDA
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,}', me at Bunnell High School or seemed to estimate the time ': ,. *

.-:< write Larry Smith, P.O. Box 314, lapses by turning around once r "-, JOHN HARDIN.. Associate .......'.. ....-.. ......, ........-."".'.'....-...,....,_--_
.' :Bunnell. 1-14-ltp or twice, or hopping from one AIR OXYGEN
; LADY O. F. ALFORD

: LOST Ladies wrist watch, lost foot'!. to the other CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED Registered
Herring gulls are not usually ATTENDANT
Monday afternoon in vicinity of included among the intellectual AMBULANCES.. I Real Estate Broker I
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, : the post office. Finder please call giants of .birddom but they
,' I Phone ID 7-3532 :
JD 73523. $5.00 reward offered. BunnelL Florida
.have worked out an ingeniousway
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t. to open hard-shelled mol 201 E. MO.ODY'BLVD. BUNNELL, FLORIDA

h, \ :FOR SALE-Strauffer Massage lusks. The birds fly aloft with THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized
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' :F-' clams and drop them onto highways .
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Table 1959 Model. HE
,, : Call Evfnrude Dealer
.. -' 9-2318 Chaffee bridges, paved parkinglots
:: or see Margaret BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS
or flat rooms -to break the
j-
,. Flagler Beach. 12-24-tfc 'f Dockage Storage Free Ramp
r: .. .__ .. _-_ shell. The gulls doubtless learn. WE FINANCE
f
: ed the trick through chance, but
825
Ballough Rd-Daytona
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WHY WAIT?
i their continued use of it sug ------
; Start .selling.now in your spare
;_ time. Be the AVON Representative gests some insight into their act f.f9 .
!.:". in your county. Write 'I t I tion$. BUNNELL
for interview. Manager box G LODGE No. 200F.
t,'- -246. Lockhart. Fla. I Few birds or animals-employ J1'v (f r r.y
Iti" ''- "Ir ; & A: M.
:' tools. One, a short beaked I ISTAK' I I't
;; SEPTIC TANK : Thud
--cleaning reason Meets First and Tuesday
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/ .able rates. George Jarosz, Phone r I Dean M. Peterson W. M.
"' ".' 3D 7.3410., 11. 5-12 tcXDB
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> ...:, 3 JOHN A. CLEGG Secy.
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f' .,:,'. : : JIENT--2 bedroom fum, : ? f;.
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, Ished house with garage, ..Cen -

r'. } Ira! Ave., Flagler: Beach. Call :. ,' ,tyr3 FOR

J3E..9.2318 Zetfe
or see Chaffee. .
O2424-tfc : ..Y. SHELL FILL & SAND

t 4 -- 1 y y ,
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>:::,.: :FOR RENT Flagler Beach two t DIRT CONTRACTSCALL

t [- doom oceanfront house centrally -

-:-:,, located, furnished or un- Kill worms RlMTNOWt
:Xurn.shed.. Johnston's Realty,
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'/ Phone HE 9-2242 or ID 7-369L EMIL MISSINNEPhone

1\ :' ,Jan, 7- 2tpRALEIGS %;. v. '. WITH HE 9.2094


>. BUSINESS NOW OPENIN'Flagler ., ? FLAGLER BEACH
County. Excellent .
op. PhosdrinLIQUID
p;. ,port nlty. Write at once Raw- ., .

ii>\ : lelghV; ., FAA-360.189Mem- A i

:,' phis,:'aenn... _Jan.. 7-14-2tpTOR OR DUST : ibt laglrr enribimrBDinfELL.
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& .:.: ?,:%BENT Furnished ,5-room FLORIDA

':.- ..and S-room; apartments, $30.00 r '
PERIOD CanbeusedoncabbaQe24hourst
} :per 'month. Capitol Motel, ko- SHORTWAmNG read directions on' the labels and
t before harvest It Important to MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor
- :-: : ;jona. Phone ID 73649. follow{ them at all times. -- "t
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'T' 3 for Public 2r.tlees .( PUdevCeutr
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FLORIDA AGRicUltURAL SUPPLY COMPANY KlMleipaime thereto

" cad the state ef PUrid
=; ': FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO.

;,"...' f\ LOTS, HOMES,, OCEAN FRONT, J Catered *. *ee md class matter

; WATER. FRONT, FARMS February .."Jet:&.at the .eteJBe

-> ; ACREAGE DANCES Merfcaabattertea at BaaacII Florida aader act .! .

I = .,' '5eeirf' ,year resleev needs ne Gloria? Me4re: ,lIareJa:.3. 18T..

!'rOttlce Phone HE 92242Roflidonce .is prims baUeriaa the San j

Phones ID"7-3681 Carle 'Open.. CoI .pa7's_ pre. DIVISION Of WILSON& TOOMER FERTILIZER CO .... One "year_,..__.:-...:_WO
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