<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



The Flagler tribune
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00161
 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: January 21, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00161
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

Full Text
'._..<'-).."r".y.....-. 4 .... < -' ...
''' .
: .: ; ; : '.: : ':' \
:' :. -t': ;: ,

: .


., I :' -
i
-


.

:

'

.


: 1:: -'.",=' : '

: : .5' .

VOLUME' .45'; .;}" (Q,' 2. .... .BUNNELL.'. FLORIDA THURSDAY{' JAN, 21, 1960. $2.60.. \A.YEAR....-.

..
I '

JoAnn :Morris i Pleasure- Boat FLAGLER MRS.. NUZUM.BUYS SUNDRYMrs. I Democratic Developers'l'



: Is Selected: as On Waterway the Helen Flagler Nuzum:Sundry has Storeon purchased Party TeachersComplete ,Prepared to ..


k Miss Bunnell HiMiss Shows Increase I!t St.the in Flagler corner of Beach.AlA and 10th- StudyJames Offer' $5,000 .",", ,

I ':
Pleasure boat traffic on Florida's She has, already assumed M. Milligan of the t "
JoAnn Morris: was selected intracoastal waterway has management of the store. State Democratic Executive Flagler Harbors, Inc., olace /
as :Miss Bunnell High Saturday H. P. Hoffman and Michael
stepped up 39 per cent during Committee Florida announced
evening from a field of Murray will meet with the'
,
the past 10 today, the completion, the
years.
.
"!Life of Christ J .
about 20 contestants._ The con- ( Flagler Beach Town Commissioners
Checked at the. Palm Valley third statewide Instructors Democrat -
test is sponsored each at their meeting tonight,
by
year bridge entrance to the waterwaynear I I Precinct Leadership Training I
the TrI-HI-Y Club to select the In Pictures according to a copy of a letter
Jacksonvile, pleasure boats at a Course, which was held at
most typical high school girl to I mailed in Daytona Beach \Ved.
accounted for 3,028 passings;f I Rollins! College, :4n Winter Park, "
the schooL nesday and addressed to'the.
represent during 1959. These, craft have! Methodist Church under: the, supervision of the
Miss Bass selected town commission. .
Faye was *
\increased each year during the I Democratic State Executive Com '
as first runnerup, In the contest The Flagler Harbors represen
10-year period with the mittee of>> Florida in cooperationwith
exception ;
with Miss Betty Jo ,Revels as 1 i Rev. W. L. Spicer, pastor of the tatives will be prepared to-d&'
of a slight drop in 1955.| the Democratic National
second runncrup. Third runner- Bunnell Methodist Church, said liver to the, town commissioners_
Last year's figurefwas C Committee.
up was Miss Betty Abbott. per I he is running a series of 16mm a check for 5000.00, complyingwith
cent above 1958, the Florida Dr Bernard Hennessy, profes.
Trophies were presented to all pictures on the "Life of Christ"at the purchase agreement In
I State Chamber of Commerce sor of Political Science at the :
four winners. re.1 the Sunday evening worship the contract with the town 'commissioners
ported. I University of Arizona and Dr.
; Miss Morris was also selected traffic .services. signed June 08-i95&."
Southbound of Paul for
pleasure Douglass, professor
last week to receive the, Daugh I The first of a series .of .12 pic In return for this the town commissio.ners -
craft began in volume in September Practical Politics, at Rollins College
ters of the American Revolution'Good .t tures was shown at the 7:30 agreed in the contract
last earlier volunteered their servicesin
month
year; p.
CitlzenshipyCAward: service Sunday night. Rev. Spi to deliver a deed to the
than usual, as more boats the interests of the Democratic
The selection .for this award / cer said he is etenxding an in- Purchaser and Developer for the
from the north were taken to Party and conducted the
was made on her theme on,. vitation to everyone to' take ad. I marshland owned by the town..
southern Florida for the wint Instructors Precinct Leadership II
good citizenship, scholarship, de- r.// vantage of this unusual-way of I In addition to the $5,000 check
Larger boats often make the reurn Training Course.
pendability, and participation in learning of the many great I the developers agree to give a
# March There 32 from
trip, through were Democrats
activities.As events in the life of Christ while I promissory note and purchase
In the thus the northbound Instructors '
ocean, : Florida who graduated as '
winner here her.tHeme will'f" He was on earth. money mortgage to the municipality
passings through the who in turn will teach
be judged along with themes of t Following are the' events and i I for $75,000 for 'the "re..
> waterway are normally less than and or instruct members of the
: other winners roughout._ the : dates to be shown maining 750 lots.
I!I the southbound. Last year there, I County Democratic Executive I \
Holy Night January 17.
state. According to the contract the
i t difference of-300. Committees in their
was a respective
; Miss Morris is the daughter, \ Escape to Egypt, January 24 Purchaser and Developer agreedto
i Use of the fishing districts the
waterway by congressional procedure '
: of Mr. and Mrs. Walter :Morris: Boyhood and Baptism, Janu have the marshland laid out ...__ _
i boats has tended to' decline I and techniques of effectively &
of Bunnell and ,Is"a member of ary31.. by an expert land enginee -
sin.! recent years and last year I' ; their precincts. .
the senior class of, Bunnell. High Men of the Wilderness, Febu-i'r I ,organizing duly platted and subdivide dIn- -'to -
was a third below 1950. Other Among the Democrats who
School.. She was also selected ary 7. I I to approximately 800 lots, and
types'of commercial craft passing graduated (instructors from
as" the Homecoming Queen in Challenge of Faith, February designed with small canals..
however, were up half as this congressional district and
r the annual Homecoming 'celebration 14. I Also. reserving ,about 20 acres
much again as ten years ago. were presented certificates authorizing -a
of. the' school last fall.Produce'Fresh Discipleship February 21. I for municipal recreational: park "
These passings are checked by Return them to be instructorsand I
to Nazareth, February and governmental facilities ,
J the U.S. Engineers at the water '. I conduct precinct leadership
28. *
%'
I way's entrance and do not cover : : 1 training courses in the Fifth strictly for municipal purposes.
March 66. -
Conflict (
'K The this
F'C: h .P !.lQmS !IP> .a k1vJty. .of.a iH e itimate4' 250,000 I Fateuf *rJahn.tht ....: aptist, Congressional' District are: phase company of 'the.'cpntracL officials has say,.been, .
l,
i n1 'aver .
I It. I pleasure"TTOatsna parts March 13.Retreat. Dr. Paul: Douglass, professorfor completed and they are co.noVready
; : of Florida's intracoastal water pratical/ politics, at Rollins :
an'd Decision March
able .too
wining and proceed
way system which extends'al. 20.N College; James M. :Milligan, i
according to the terms of
most around the entire'state.. chairman.. of the State Democratic .
'
While not '
adapt.
Immediately
Triumph and
t. Defeat, March the contract. _- : -.
able due to unknown effects 27. '. ? Executive Commitee, Orlando Town :Mayor R. L. Mdiabjpon-'

post-harvest irradiation treat. !l equipment for precolling, transportation -, Crucifixion and Resurrection ; Mrs. Helen Voge, Ocala; tends that the contract is Inull

I ments of fresh vegetables to 1 r[ storage and retail display April. 3. \ I CoL W. H Boshoff, Indian River and void. -; ,

control waste due to spoilage have 'been spectacular. i r City; Mrs.. Carolyn Griffis, Orlando

may soon become common prac: ,I.'I Experiments have been conducted f. ; Miss Alice McMahon ,, .
fir-' 'tire. to compare chemical Junior College'. : I Winter Park; Mrs: Janet Thomasof Rev.Hoover To i.

t Dr. B. D. Thompson, assistant : treatments with irradiation pro Ft. Myers, and Dr. Bernard
: '
,Will "
: horticulturist with the Florida. cedures in combating decay., Offer.. Hennessy. Deliver Sermon *

.. Agricultural Experiment Station The experiment station's CObalt.)

\\C: -/ In Gainesville, says it has been 60 Irradiator at the University. P. B. X. Course" Hagler Cattlemen Sunday Morning j rI

:, .conservatively estimated that 30 of Florida was used for tests on] P. B. L-Receptionist course will '-

t' ': 'percent of.fruits, and vegetables strawberries and radishes. i I:'be 9Uered by the Vocational Di, Re-elect Officers t| Rev. W. L. Splcer. pasto of .

: produced are never consumed.: While the trials were promis I vision of the Daytona Beach '. [ the Bunnell. Methodist Church,,

He says a large 'part of this j ing, Dr. Thompson says irradiation )i Junior;>> College. All officers of the Flagler Cat.tlemen's will go to Interlachen Sunday

I ,, waste can be attributed to decay treatments were not better; i I This is the first time such a Association were re-I where he has been invited to

: that. occurs during. the marketing than the best chemical treatment ]I I course has been offered through elected" serve another year at preach that day. He is a form

period. Much research the State Department of Educa- a meeting of the associationS I er pastor of the Interlachen

t. has been directed toward a reduction This tool of the atomic age I tion and is made possible held Thursday evening. I 1 Church. -

of 'these'decay losses. Is not a cure.all,'.' says. the hor- 'through the cooperation of the Elected were Alfred Tucker, j Rev. Reynold Hoover, pastor .

;: The most successful -control ticulurist, "no is it5' presently local office of the Southern Bell president; Robert Allman :vIce. I of the Flagler Beach MethodistChurch

{r;_ method; to date ..has-been refrigeration adaptable with our present (Telephone-Telegraph Company. president; Howard Taylor, secretary will deliver the sermonat

,I.;" .Accordip: to Dr Thompson -. knowledge, of its effects, but.it: W. R. Leach worked with the' ; D., ,A. Deen, treasurer; the 11 o'colck worship service. '

advances techniques and is a future possibility" ,,1\tr. representatives in developing and Lyman L. Gage' state director Rev. Spicer will return for the

p. -..._.._... .-,__ the training outline I evenIng"' service at which' time
Raymon Tucker was also he wil show
which follows the second in a
;; accepted procedures
? : ;,, of the telephone company. elected to serve as alternate series of. films on The Life of

state. director. Christ
Mrs Frances M. Black Is the ...
i
instructor. Mrs.: Black has con

Fa siderable experience in this
;
; I field and for the past three years

i has served In this cap Jty for'

I the :Mary Karl Vocational school.

... j:fT This: Is a 30-hour course It;\

.. : will run three hours a night one r
'
: night week for ten consecutive _

weeks* Starting date is Tues _

.,-"'.:'!' day, ,January ?'6. Enrollment will
:
- ,,- be limited, so reserve your place I
-f by calling Clinton 2-2521,'Registration i

-- : will be in the Confer- : _
: ,
ence Room ot the Administration !

f .' ': :,

FR ",,,,, r woE .IYS RAINEST SPOT I
x
a r Hawaii's Mount Walaleale is.

-. '... probably the world's rainest LrMEt:
.t,.. >
'7 v<'"
I" : < .... 'I spot. Waialeale's annual rainfall i I

: averages 489 inches. ''In a .
d BETTER THAN OATS Brownie a nine-year-old bay, ,
, ',recent year., 624 inches poured driaks up a pint of beer at a pub in TUUngton, England. Mr*. "
- '" RIGHT IN ,STYLB>,;,. :M***** *oose looks like,*be lifted.the 14* I down. Strangely, only 20 inches Jofaft Cheasley. who serves the thirsty horse says the debt of ,

of Maw CUtovftJfer ,a.:sit.stands.ta.iL the eea er,of the aBBMIotls I'a year faU'.on, Walmea, a coas-' ;" ;:::,..,,':a, beer drfekinr eq lae has put some regular barflies OD s ibo .'
'
rap 1a4i,1D ,fM4. J al town. Just 15 miles awaY.fVs j I ": ; P ,
; ) y i "" *' -" ;': .'.. v, ', f.r- .l :rt ,

: : t ; ."j : :;:::2'i' ;

.!#- : Lf l : ; ; ''' ., u, &, r4 :'" ., 1, x c .,7i>'.: _''.'i, t",r
;4 : > ", fit'. ; .. 'f :; '; '

.; :
vi


L f .. 1

,- ait -.
't',; '''' Wribuxw', ,



..,-. ..,,..- '=
; .i-.;' ,, ., ?" ": >; ;i '- cr--
r : : ; :;
r" : 7f.7

. i-i'v.: .
."
; ;:"::

, ..' :", ..,..

I '. \ '- '0:" ...


: : i : "; : ,,.;..;
:
; ; : : ..,. :
:; : j> "' -
>.' ( j" "" J i' ''' THlf FLAGLER\ TRIBUNE .:BUNNELL >RUA ;. : ,. Thursday Jan. 21196O'cant
Lk:4: : : AGE TWO : ..: 11; :ii! : ;; iA ,

,- .. ..... ." -, '. ,.' -:- ._' =" -- :--- L '....
".' ..v-' r ''; < clsit.1 'combination of variety and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT -- a ont mongee4'p4'eda,: erS, a marvel to' mosl mf: FLAGLKR ,COUNTY, FLORID', IN
"i
P 11CI j jt food processors,' thctuturalcl4emical abroad offering: as It ;does1 r k.quality. i I CHANCERY CONSTANCE NO.GALANIS 3887 :*' "-, -

.... j -Industrystate ,and Plaintiff
-' Id'Be t fetleral'' agencies, including: theUtS.rDepartmerit : J THE OUTBOARDER "11I. _
\.i/Ir. 5 'American GEORGE C. GALANIS -
; ..., .... of .Agriculture. During WW 2 \ submarines Authorized Evinrude Dealer Defendant. .,' ...-.
dOWned"avl.
' the and Drug Adminyjration rescued 504 : NOTICE TO DEFEND '-
Food I BOATS
t am ACCESSORIES REPAIRS
THE STATE TO
Safest Foods ators in controlled wa i OF FLORIDA
.' and many private or- enemy Dockage Storage Free Ramp George C. Galanls
r. tIr ters. North Street
: All of them have WE FINANCE
,.. ,' ganizations. Topsfield. Massachusetts "
Recent announcements''f'rom I interest preserving / 825 Bal ough'RdDaytona You are hereby notified that Ja
,:. a common ___ __ suit has been filed against you in
::.-r \ the Food and Drug' Admlnistra-I Ir quality and purity in the nations FREE ,PAINTOne 4 the above entitled cause; and you
are hereby reQuired to file your
seizures
tion<< about food supply. r choice 1 answer with the Clerk of; this
ries celery from Florida, lettuce extra gallon of your FOR Court, and to serve a copy thereof
As result, Americans can buy
a with each gallor you upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney -
'; and other food products carryIng with confidence ah ,unprecedented whose name and address. is. :
;;,-: :\ residues of weed killers or buy ot fresh and! Mary Carter Paint Store SHELL FILL: :. & SAND W Cecil Grant ,-
variety i. 407% Main Street
r 'y insecticides that might be harm* without Ormond Beach at Coquina Darn Daytona Beach. Florida
foods ever
," preserved DIRT CONTRACTSCALL not later than February 9th A .D.
humans has focused at- AUo Weatgate Shopping Center
/. ; ful to stopping to wonjifer whether. 1960.
'It you fail to do so, decree pro
,food
"supply.
-;4 tentidn 6n our fresh vegetables may carry disease i confesso will be entered against
VICTORLIVING you for the relief demanded in the
occasional seizures
Regardless of whether meat may
.., germs, bill of complaint. The nature of
." and the. controversies some be tainted, whether preservedfoods COLOR TV t EMIL- MISSINNE said suit being for divorce.
+ WITNESS my hand and seal of
.
;'-./''' of them, generate. Americans may have ,begun to de. "LOOK FOR TilE I'lCTBHE- 1 said Court this 4th day of Janu.

hav the best protected and teriorate, or whether dangerous IN TUB Radio tivINDOSV"Southern & Television Phone HE 9-2094 ary.Official A. D.Seal 1960.) ,'
,
most wholesome food supply of. substances may have been used I I 226 E. Granada -Ph. OR 7-.2001 t tI FLAGLER BEACH I RALPH E. HARBERT I
OHMONU I Ii Clerk of said Circuit Court
nation in the world. In no I
any tin I an effort to prevent spoilageor i r J Ji Jan. 7-14-21-28--Itc :

other country are standards for conceal defects. Shoppers inmost i ___u_ __ -
-
quality and purity in food pro other countries must worry

duction and distribution as high about all these things, but not

'2' as in the United .States. shoppers in America. AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I

This 'high quality of our food The American gorcery store is
'
supply Is the result of close co-

,

AUTO BODY I MILLAND HOTEL BAR FUEL OILKING'S
'

:T THE BAFFLES ByMahoneyTHAT I I'; ODELL MERSEY'S Come And Visit TRUCK STOP

PAINT & BODY SHOP AL AND ELLIEAT PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS

Complete Collision Service24HOUR THEIR NEW BAR"You'll Delivery in the County'on
SOUNDS LIKE \ WELL-AFTER MVAN THEY RET1REPANP STAYED OUT WRECKER SERVICE'
EXCITING TRIAL, J .SUMCOUNGELOR.WHAT JUST YEN MiNUTES.WHEN Body & Fender Work Meet Your Friends Here"FLAGLER Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor FueJ

NATION THE, THE FOREMAN ANNOUNCED THE tainting Matching Free Estimatesu. : BEACH 1 Gasoline ...
HAPPENED NEXT1 VERPICT, 1 So. OF DUNNELL '
ONE Days ID 7-3372-Nite ID' 7.3267 I U.S. 1 N. Bunnell ID 7-3676
# wF :: The CoolDSt Draft Spot BeerSANDPIPER for the Coolest

AUTO SERVICE BAR FURNITURE

McDANIEL'S GIFTSLUNCHESOn I
REED'SDiscount
i the Ocean Side of AlA 3 Miles
,
c" I. t I '{ Service Station North of Flagler Pier j i FurnitureUP

J "Keep ,Cool at George &
'Millie's"t TO 50% DISCOUNTOn
I STANDARD: OIL PRODUCTSTiresBatteriesMinor t
PHONE HE
Repairs 'I Furniture and AppliancesNew
T:1I and Used

Bunnell ID 7-7119 BUILDING SUPPLIES 1100 Flomich Ave.-Holly Hill

'--
,_ '
Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION WICKLINE FLOOR COVERING


JUSTICE HAD Building SuppliesCEMEl"T I'' Tilecraft Company"LET

GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen CEMENT BLOCKS
US FLOOR YOU"Annstrong
TRIUMPHED:! '
7 A.M.-10 P.M.7 Days STEEL & Kentile

State& Lambert US j-ID 7-7190 Flaglez-.Bgach HE 9-2254 Sold and, Installed.
::-
WHATIF I All Work" Guaranteed

1 Colonial Service Station Ormond Beach OR 7.3181GARDEN
CLEANERS '
t I II It EARL E. RICE ProprietorGA80ILLUBRICKrION SHOP

r MOTOR TUNE-UP BUNNELL CLEANERS Gray's Garden Center'

t GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES EVERY CLEANING Headquarter for Gardening Needs

U. s. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL, SERVICEOpen Ceramics, Gifts Dry Arrangement
Materials

Hall's Atlantic Station Dally 8 to 6 Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers

., Phone ID 7-3188 TORO LAWN MOWERS
Jack Hall Proprietor
j I I GASOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccessories 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph.ORMOND OR 7-051J


Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune CONCRETE PRODUCTS HARDWARE .

YOUR CLOSEST OUTLET I $2.50 A Year In AdvanceIN ROAD 'SERVICE Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.:
: For Quality Furniture BUNNELL Tel. ID 7-365
I TilE CIRCUIT COURT OP Your "Q" For ConcreteDial JOHN DEERE
"We're Out of the COUNTY, FLORIDA Agricultural &Industrial Equipment
FLAGLER J. L. Presswood
I Garage
Bight Rent District"CHRIS'S CHANCERY NO. Sin CL 3-8113 STEEL
HENRY HERMAN GRUBE STANDARD PRODUCTS Bars & Shapes Hot & Cold ,Rolled
FURNITURE i Plaintiff.VS. .
General Repairing-Road Service DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's Flack&Galvanized Pip & Fittings -
1660 Rtdcewood Ave. Holly Hill IRF.4UFST I HELEN MAY BACCI GRUBER" Tires Tube & Accessories LAWN MOWER REPAIRS ,
.... '
Defendant. Visit Our Grocery DepartmentFor Concrete Inc.
DEEN RD. Phone F" 7314
I NOTICE TO DEPEND Frozen Foods and Staples
'- FOR IIIDS THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Cubed lee
,'3 Sealed bids' will be received Inv I Helen May Bacci Gruber HE _9-2139 FLAGLER BEACHSullivan's Village Hardware Center
,-';the. office of the City Clerk of the 4509 East Main Street DRUG STORES
Bunnell, Florida In the I Richmond. VirginiaYou HOUSE PAINTS
> -Cityvt
hereby notified' that a Gulf Service
be- are
,
,* ICJvk'Center.IIuilding on or '
< o'clock on the 1st suit has been filed against you In Match and mlx'any color I
fore;,12: K> noon .: and Anderson Drug Store
: the above entitled cause; you GULF
February. A. D. I960 for one
'" ;t.ca.? ): type stationary.I I are hereby required to file your answer t Builder's Supplies Kitchenware
trejDepartmcnt.
Clerk of this Court. GASOILSLUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSORIES
Prescriptions
the
with --
., 1 follows; '
A .I.reft. 'as thereof upon GIFTS GREETING CARDS
a copy
and to serve .
7 220%) volVJ-phase.horsepower Federal or whose the plaintiff name or and plaintiffs address attorney Is: ,I "Specializing1 Beach Information in Service and --' Sick Sundries Room Supplies AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420' .

equivalent. Clean Rest Rooms"In : I
j W. Cecil Grant
Each bid shall be addressed to
the City Commissioners Bunnell. 407V4 Main Street Floridanot The Heart of Flagler Beach BUNNELL PAINT STOREJERRY'S
The City Commissioner Daytona Beach.
Florida. .
reserve the right to reject any and later than February 23 A.D. I
,all bids and also,to accept the I I 1960. AUTO REPAIRS Pharmacy PAINT MART
decree Moody's
do .
to so pro tf
bid that In Its Judgment will be I I If you fail i
b st interest of the City' confesso will be entered against HANNA & VEL-VON PAINT 'I
the -
for Corner Drug Store
I' County's
demanded in the Flagler
relief Station
Bunnell. Florida. I you for the Shield Service
of One Coat Plastic Finish
y of
bill of complaint. The nature I
hand official
WITNESS my and I PRESCRIPTIONS
seal this 9th day of January. .A..D said suit being 'hand for divorce and seal of Arcadius Habet. MechanicCOMPLETE Stops Masonry Dampness i
!! WITNESS my DRUGS-SUNDRIES '
1960. AUTO REPAIRS Paint Sundries
this 19th day of January 1
said Court
E. S. MORRIS. Mayor
City of Bunnell Florida A.. D. 1960. Right Now We'll Overhaul and 1 FOUNTAIN SERVICE 29 W. Granada-Ormond BeachPh. I

(Offlrial Seal) (Omcia RALI'lt Seal) K. HARBERT Repair Your Power Mower BuaaelL Flo.. Phone ID 7-3661 OR 7.0761RADIOTELEVISION I
ATTB8T: Clerk of said Circuit Court No Job Too Big Or Too Small t I II t
L. H.DRADY. city Clerk I
January 21-2 -2tc :Jan 21-28 & Feb., Oil-4tc 111 No. Bay St. Bunnell ORMOND PRESCRIPTION f fDON'S

THE QlRCUrr COURT OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF GARAGE PHARMACY -
IN I. EDGAR'S I '
J i
CHANCERY NO. 38frft Sick Room Supplies-Sundries
IN ''CHANWRY NO. 3803 24-Hour Towing Service .
:..Ie:. CHARLES METHV1N. DOREE; E. THEA Plalntiff. 24>Hoir Prescription Service Zenith Sales and Service
-
) ",, Plaintiff. COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRSAutomatic I
,. vs.ROBERT' I I in Flagler BeachRt.
I'Free Delivery "We Sell the Best
a THEALL. Transmission Service
k M.NOTICK IAUTO
A. BBTTY V IN. I ,
Defendant. AlA 1 mL North of
: ,. ..: t Defendant. Wheel Ba.1anclng-FroDl EndAllgnment !! BEACH-TeL OR 7-1C61 and Service the Rest' I II
ORMOND.
.' TO TO DEFEND 4 .
.. 'r_ OP DEFEND FLORIDA. TO: THE STATE OF. PlXWIDA._ TO:I 24O Granada O 'moatt"-OR :-OSS I RADIOS A SPECIALTY !

.. .Ma vidge Street 4 Robert 38 Lakeview M* Theall'Avenue ThomPson PharmacyYour U.S. Hwy. 1. Ormond..OHi ?.1473' ';
l 1
Georgia Hal't dale- New York aI I.AOTOMAnCptAHSMISSI r ".I: Health Is Wealth -

... ... notified that a You are hereby ,,noticed that in REAL ESTATE I? I
flied a.*ta0t you Put Your ,
d.; au been i filed against,you In I suit' has been aH you HOLLY HILL
I entitled canM;
% aM" entitled cause; and toe above
c yet* .
.t.IMrebJ' inquired to file your..aaEiwtta. -"Fare heMby required' to'of Us title your Court.answer HYDROMATIC SERVICER.p.g PBESCKPTIONS Margaret Givens. '
Ute Clerk of this With the Clerk Hands141W..GranadaOrmond
< Court: In Our
t 8. coPY' hereof: u.ponI _L__!
r'e a copy thereof upan aDd to erve -R Reg. Real Estate Broker
:,..i or plalntlf r. attorney tM plaintiff or lalstlli"a .Melaey. 71421Macks PublicSpecializing -
and I k an 'addrs Ita: &N ALL MAKES OF' Notary
A'-, address ls.Prank whose name .
., G. Howatt w. Cecil Grant ABrOWATIC sMlsS3 % -.'-- '- In j
,! BoX TW. RFD No.1BG = rMa 12}> Ridffewood Holly H1H FY TII' OCEAN ft. RIVER PROPERTIES t '
Augustine. Florida 1 ::,than "Mia OR 7-1881 .
D. _
A.
,; a$_later than February 6th. A. D. .not..MtJer Fr-a5r Phone HEmlock 5-2035. ;
: .tPW'y.u 'taP to' .do so decree pro 5196a i uyei1sllit- ::.. 3ra i jft> AMD PACKAGE STOMC: L Flower Shop. Ken Mar )loteFlaJrler.PUBLISHERS Beach j.

HI'. WIll be entered', ...!Bat!_ '. : IDIewooJ 7-3348 & PEXNTEBS"The .
: FLAdltR MACH Phone
"
.. ..iN relief demande JB lire : ,

(:.j.. ;-..._ ill atnt.for The divorce nature of l for.rr0 J_:FELL 1 11R t.' P.O. Box 3 Bunnell, Fla. Flagler Tribune t
... (
my hand aad eea1'of .I publishers Printers ]
Flowers For All OccasionsWe
J-,,', -.. 4th day of JaauKARBBRT -I- .tjldI_.. day "he Mtr; inr: Place accept orders for Delivery Phone ID. 7-3282 '

-I... '. li- vt jwler County"a .
B. I : .. j Anywhere in the U.S.A. Bunnell...Florida ;
.. .. '
c.tE y "'
.c ** CSrcuit court '. eI. 1! ;.4iI.t : f. -J j

; -
n
;.7., IJ
J 1
-
\
\ nwJt.: -


: i>.,. :'; ; ., '.' s; .._K J.:.;:::F...,...:__ ." ,-.',' 1 -' J
'
-
; : -
-
: ;
'<" .' c- :: .1' ;Z-:1-: ;:: --



s 'cr'aC ", ,, "", :"",, .. .
: % = '- "" "'';; 'i : ;t'r -' -- '--'. '.' -
:
> ( ,
'1,
,'.' ,
"
,
!



.. <

Thursday, Jan. 21, 1960 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE.BUNNELL FLORIDA '?. PAGfc: '1i)1REt; ; .

._,, --- -_. --, -
'- .
.. Social -,Secnr.ity'I make next year orf960(. will, Jiold,jvorkers_.at .Igast $50 during,. .
t4-
--r.... I carry.the, new 4% per_.cent te.1t I I' the 'October-December quarter: :

ii Rat':Goes Up Employers have until January Farm employers who; during' sA1S

31 to file social security 'reports 1959 paid employees ,$150 or GR

\ "Be careful about ,yo,x Social i on wages paid in 1959.. The worked them for at least part I t SHOES

,Security taxes In January," M. : 1959 rate of 2% per cent for of 20 different days' during the

D., Eadie, Daytna .Beach. social j'' employer and 2V per cent for year. ..
security manager: warned I 1 .
today. employee applies. The January rise
The schedule in tax rates,
4The 1959 rate and the 1960 rate 1 i 31 deadline is for; Employers in based on long-range cost estimates

are "different* Don't confuse I Commerce and Industry with is designed to maintain I .1

them. employees during the October- the old-age and survivors insurance

"If you work for someone else, December .1959 quarter. House- program on a self-support

your first paycheck: for 1960 hold employers who paid house- ing basis. ,, .

..
-------------- .
wages will have .the new 3 per ,'" .

cent deduction. your employerwill I How Well Do You Know Your America? I II II "i'. ;.'

cent.match .this with his. 3 per IIF :7/ YourDollars

/ 9A .
"If self I .
you are -employed, the

old 1959 rate of 3%'per-cent 'applies WorkOvertime .

to the report you make

before April The report you .



!1&J3):; AT HOME ..- ,

.. t
.i
':'. ,-

R pSsT They help pay on 'taxes, support our churches .'.

and schools make our community a better \

or I place in which to..live and do business.. But 'the -

t 3 y dollar you spend out of town helps no one. It's

I ;gone for good. _


M,'". x Prompt Service -. Boost your community by buying and bankingat ..... -: 3

PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US : home. It pays dividends in prosperity .'all. i
,
; '

The Flagler Tribune I '
k'
i Citizens Bana
i''i',-:' Phone IDlewood 7-3282 ,
; BunnelL Florida i "
I T

IN TilE CIIICUIT'COCIIT OF TilE OF BUNNELL

:y: *IN KVKJSTJI AND .FOIL JUDICIAL FL.AUL.iil I CIRCUIT COUNTY -, 'This"ia not.a, picture out of the past, but of the present. However, ... .>. : ."._ .
.
;.r"',, ..'!jOUID... CASM NC<. 7X2 the blue-clad sentry is not real; he Is.a mannequin. Standing: at theI .. ;:;J..f/!
-. FOLLOWING IN RE FORFEITURE PESCPIS/SD' OF PBor-THE end of the dark tunnel Into Old Fort Wayne In Detroit. This sentinelof The Only Financial Institution PrimariljfInter t ;" ,

ERTY: history 'stands In full uniform of the period in which this great
k. 1. 1956 4 Door Mercury Sedan redoubt served.its.only'function. Built to defend Detroit against Canada -- t ested In The Development Of Flagler County..:

Serial:. 1955 56SL19978M.Pontiac Hard Top Sedan.. I Fort Wayne.happily never fired a shot against an enemy of the I : :
Serial A755H7750 United States, but stands Instead a monument to the peace which I Afemkvz" BututeU 'B en'tL 44z ;,,,'.
3. 1955 Hard ... ,.
; Vehicle Dodge 34881736 Top_ Sedan.. still exists at our northern border..The fort was embarkation pointin 1 1.1 :
s
; 4. 55N2 Door Ford Sedan. Serial tko Civil War but today Is a military museum.S I -...-:V<
'i No: A5AG115627
.
p' 5. 1950 4 Door Dodge Sedan. Ver ',?: p ,. =
!:" hlcle No. 31484553 "
i'...' 6. 1949 4 Door Plymouth Sedan. ;:.jjJ"8. .
Engine No. P18145546 -, 1Jt.. .
, THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: .1r'. ...., %
Lonnie James 2505 Avenue 1. Ft. ."s'J"- .
Pierce Florida and St. Lucie Coun- j *
. ty Bank. Ft. Pierce. Florida. i New Dollar-Saving' Prices New Cabs-Wider, Safer: "
a Thomas JJ. %?anns. 1232 N. W, 1 PI i WORTH MORE' ', "
l' 17. Miami 'Floridij;' GrM.JUC, In- Step-Vans, 4-Wf feel Drives, many More Comfortable. A_;:. &t ; ;: -.-
F' graham Bldg.. Miami. Florida and : ; light-duty models with automatic Many models are a whole 7
J OAC Finance Corp 3422 N. \f 1. .
i' Avenue. Miami. Florida. transmissions-all are lower inches lower (without sacrificing i.i- .

f i I...:' Orlando.Samuel Florida L. George.and 615 Interstate Osale Securities St.- BECAUSE THEY priced. Prices have also been road clearance), so it's easier to :$, fl''

e, Company. '207 E. Colonial : reduced on all optional V8's. hop in and out of cabs. Still : .
>.. Drive. Orlando. Florida. ; J"there's
F.ldoro Fralz r. GU S. Seagrave more space inside: more. '.
,'. Ave.., Daytona Beach. Florida and for hats and ?" = .
} Time Finance Service. 154 Magnolia New Torsion-Spring Suspension room hips more t'._

?.. Avenue Daytona Beach. Florida. WORK MOREhevy's Eliminates I-beam shimmy and foot room with suspended pedals. 1': ,, """. .. ,'.
Johon Lee 743 Pippin St., Jack Cabs safer too build> '". "'\\= ,
:: sonville. Florida. are ; new .
C. wheel fight! With torsion 1' '
t Ben Archer. 353 Rose Street. Daytona makes them '67% more rigid'ft }
t-..... Beach Florida and Jays Used ... -'. springs up front there's a
Cars. Inc 601 Volusla Avenue. = brand-new smoother easier
t". Daytona Beach. Florida. ,
F-. AND ALL PERSONS, FIRMS AND handling feel behind the wheel.
..> CORPORATIONS: OWNING. HAV- C. new torsion springs and Sturdi-Bilt design
\
ING OR ,CLAIMING AN INTEREST New rear suspensions include Plus Improvements
". IN OR LIEN ON THE ABOVE DESCRIBED I are changing eyerybody's'ideas about how much wide-based coil springs in most
l', PROPERTY. All Through the LineA
work a truck can do. Last year's schedules are light-duty models tougher
YOU AND EACH OF YOU are ;
,1 ?. hereby notified that the above described out-Chevrolet trucks ride faster over the rough variable-rate leaf springs in new steering linkage system
t; \ property haa been seized ; that cuts vibration, means better .
l under and by* virtue of Chapter 562. runs to get in more trips a day! Big repair bills medium-heavy-duty models.
,;:{ Florida Statutes as amended and h are no longer a problem-Chevrolet trucks soak control. There's new V8 effi- !,..
t, now .m the possession of the Board ciency. Sixes long famous for #'
ff- \ ttz> County Commissioners of this up: punishment that means ,downtime to ol'.er Electronically Balanced Wheels 4
saving. New key-turn
.j;:ouiuy. and you. and each of you. starting.. _
f" ., "'are hereby further notified that a makes! And trade-in time's put off for extra Front wheels and tires are balanced Higher, wider visibility. Talk to t.:
petition, under ald Chapter has
iI't.!>' Been .filed in the: Circuit Court of thousands of hies-60 Chevrolet trucks stay at the factory.Helps make your Chevrolet dealer about theworld's '

r!}.::\ for the Seventh Flakier Judicial County. Circuit Florida,in seeking and- HeW like never before! that new ride revolutionary! most advanced trucks.

the forfeiture of the said props -
,s;,, city* and you are hereby directed ; ,'" .
i,; and required to file your claim if
: any you have and show cause on
s- or before the 18th day of February CHEVROLET TRUCKS FOR 'I 60 Jf.'J'7"
;
1.> 1960. if not personally served with :
;rt' process herein and within twenty
,,1;' days from personal service if per-
sonally served with process herein. .
> .. why the said property should not .
'
,,y \ be forfeited pursuant to said Chap- : .
'. ter. Should you fail to file claimas -
.1.t herein directed judgment will
be Centered herein against you in
'u due course. Persons not personally \ ,
..
served with obtain
;;: process may a.
copy of the petition for forfeiture
filed herein from the undersigned
Clerk of Court. ...
; WITNESS my hand and the seal .
of the above mentioned Court- at > -
Bunn U. Florida this 18th day of :;:;i'i ::: ;( "fi"ti
-
.
January I960.
t (Seal) RALPH E. HARBERT
Clerk of the above mentioned ![ .
Court. ,
i
Jan, 21-28 & Feb. 4-11'-4tc ;)

_.- .1"
.
." "" :J-
;"O' "
r 'JUiglrr Qfribumr
I \ 4it-.
-, ......" .. .
t. BI11r1713LIa FLORIDA. '
: O

r .
MRS. M. FULLER, Editor
ti

DesIg ted GAeial Pvbtfeatlaa :. :' --. : .

.. f.r PwbHc .Netlt'etl' of Flatter ;
; :' See The Dinah Shore Chevy Show in color .
Municipalities ..' P Sundays NBC-TV-
thereto
CoMty. ::
the Pat Boone
Chevy Showroom
weekly ASC-TV. ,
; = acid the State .of FloridaEatereo I"
i ,.

am aecoe. -class-matt c NOW -fast favorable deal!-See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer. .: :

.. .Fehnury! la 3.at,the post.tlet' : :-' _. ." .' 0"' ,..JJ
s / J : : ; l' -: .:{ ', .. : <
,"! at BvMdl.,Flsd#.. .ndet .et .!. ,,' :;:- {. ,

: Htorh, 3. I TC. '

1' HA& T1J.IIIJN. <;U V OLE' COMPANY ;r;"
.
I Oeeolx ,raontba.)ear__' .:'a,Ui f-I 31 : '" ;,: .

'.' .... -,.. ""-, 4y .. ,.,.' ...." ,' :..,TELEPHONE: ID 1-31 r' *" Y BUNNELL )RID >;}

KF ; : wi,

... /. >:r '

t F c. :I -. -.....' r" : : : : L 2i. ..t4

:: y *..-/.-...... : :1f,

_" 3.---="""-" _' ;: ; .. : .....'d.: ; :oL are ;.- : .:, .: '-z "&
---
.,. ;:



1 .. 'f' -J";: "" ". "':,,' .-- ', -, ,.
.l"i : ; .
1i i : <
; : ;p--, ?: .$1' ., .:- ...-.. ..-? _- "..,m'
T
'
.-Vfjt. v
*
-VS.ft .





/

a. );x PAGE,.FOUR:"' < .", ::, : i: .;THE--FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL,..FLORIDA \ o, !: Thursday, JaS$2i$9L960; ;

__ .. .- ,
t'f' '. LUNCHEON- 'AT CLUB !Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune, $2.50 Yearly'in Advance
% ciIJ' An F the Woman's Club I I'recedlng .
::1' ,
< : meeting last Wednesday Mrs.
V-'eoch
: Louella Fleurie and Mrs. Flos

.:,: Jitflgff' ; r {,. sie Haines entertained at the INSIIE-Siay Insured & Rest A s

< .. '' \, ,. ", ,. club house with a luncheon for id'i
., ... j,,-k. LUNA- BABBITT .:
'" "' those who helped, them on the I
.'j", "-.- Telephone HEmlock- 9-2098 Calendar Committee of the Worn., GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM

f\<:i V'"BEACH METHODIST ,FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB an's Club. They were chairmenof I

P?},E,'. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS. BUSINESS MEETING HELD' that project. M. T. COOK AGENCYCitizens
-
r:1: : Rev. Reynold Hoover minister I A regular ,business meeting of Table decorations, place mats

>., .'. of the Flagler Beach Methodist the Flagler Woman's Club was I calendar and place theme.cards Theplace carried out cards the Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida ,* I I
held Wednesday at the club
Church, announced that the I
I were calendars with the date,
r := theme for his"sermon Sunday house'with Mrs Reynold Hoover -
? encircled of each one's_birthday. I
24, at 10:30, presiding. Hostesses were Mrs.
.
I: morning January I I
'. "" Louella Fleurie, Mrs. Lucy Dally Eighteen guests enjoyed..,. the
',, ., .. will An be anthem The Presence will be sung of God.by and Mrs. Pauline Magee., affair. Open Letter te the Board of County

-' the choir and:church school foIr -1 Plans were completed for GeMMissieiers of Flagler County ,
t- ,
lows at 11:30*. ,All services are sponsoring an evening programat Anthony Braddock' from Chi ,
r T held in the Woman's Club the Flagler Beach Recreation is the winter .
being cago spending On Tuesday, January, 1960, at the regular sched-
8: building. Center on Thursday, January months here. uled
: meeting the Veterans of Foreign Wars Flag-
28, at 7:30 Mrs. Charles
The :Methodist Men are chartering p< m.
17 ,< ler County Post 5213 a motion was made and duly
.tt
;': '. a Greyhound bus.which Tonkins will show slides on a Mrs. Agnes Lee.is to return to seconded that a letter be written to each .County
:_ will leave Sunday at 12:15 to' trip to Europe and 'square dancing her home -here this week after Commissioner in regards to the County Service Of-
'1 to Mayport and ,tour the will 'follow. The public is week in
" go !! spending a Daytona ficer. The motion stated that we desire the officeof
invited. and no admission will
: Navy Base there. Beach. the County Service Officer to be open on a full
The Church Fellowship Supper I be charged. (Continued on page .8) time basis such as the other offices in the Court-
f" .', will be the first Monday in February .j A report on the club's birth. '
I house and that the office will be paid a just and
day calendar gave the final fig
:- at 6 o'clock. Plan now. liveable wage. This was passed unanimously.Two .
> <. a to attend this evening of fel.' ure realized on that as being
4i '- v lowship February 1. more than $500 and the club arranged TV BobSERVI other motions were passed that a copy of this
'f '. to pay $750 on. the club letter be printed in The Flagler Tribune to show
": ". VISITOR FROM BRAZIL house mortgage. that the eighty (80) members of Post 5213 and
.' :Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Kester Refreshments were served aft, their families are deeply interested in keeping the
are entertaining as their house er the business meeting by the County Service Office functioning on a full time
. 1"', '. ". guest his sister, Mrs. Hilda WillIamson hostesses., During that time the all makes basis and that a copy of this letter accompany the
..-0; who arrived Sunday members were requested to re f petition to be 'presented at a later date to the Boardof
.
,:' < from Rio De Jane to, Brazil. Her late some funny incidentandd Sales, Tubes and County Commissioners.
husband, Richard Williamson, is late briefly some funny''Inci.. Antenna Installation r
to make the trip here later this dents.. These proved; to be very FLAGLER COUNTY VETERANSOF
week and they have three I amusing. Thirty members and PHONE HE 9-2204 I FOREIGN WARS POST 5213

'months' in the United States to I three guests' were, present.___ .
-- ---- ---- -
... visit relatives and make a business i
trip to Washington. Phil's

''"'',-;'-" sonville Mrs.and Edna.Mrs. Hillriegel Williamson's, from sister Jack,I I Money -- Saving Food Values 'L I I

drove down Wednesday '
.. .
: to visit with them. '
LYKES READY TO EAT1' I ARMOUR'S VEGETOLEShortening "- I

A'IiTEND.REVIVAL: '. "

( .. IN ST. AUGUSTINE, ., ., ..t.. :,' ; ,... ". I 3 .Ib.l tl l T' 39 f
', :
{f Two carloads of:members HAMS ': =, .
',,1. ,the First_.Baplist Church hereJS "i : ) ,1 ;L
"._ ',drove tosSL Augustine :Monday I : LIMIT ONE WITH 55.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER
'
... evening to attend the revival at I, .
the Ancient City.Baptist Church. .
,.Pastor of that church, Rev. Arm-I' Whole MRS. PICKFORD'S
arida: Silverio,was a visitor here or liii 43G '
\. last Wednesday evening and b : lib.

was guest speaker during the OIo 2 29
'-.,_ prayer meeting service. String Half : for

.,; ;'. qtrs. .
,
,. ',
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McClure
"''I: with their sons, Bobby and *
; 'x i'"" .' ,Freddy, stopped over here Sunday Center CutSI"; 69 SWIFT'S OZPeanut

r \ "- :- to visit with her aunt,-Mrs.Gladhier .
,:' : Chalfinch, on their:,way I .
Butter 39'
'. '" S .12'Jb:
. ., home in Jacksonville' Beach from; CENTER CUTPORK
: .- 'a trip to Cocoa. I
. :1 : _ f
.
t., :'" "i I ; '
> '. Navy ,:Men Ben Benson and CHOPS 59 SWIFT'S 4 OZ. CAN
'::/. .Dave Synder. from NAS in Jacksonville .
r .. spent Saturday here at
'" \ .'' ,!the'home of Mr. and :Mrs. Robert FRESH MEATYSPARE Vienna Sausage 2f.r39
Schatz. <
..'
.
r"t t ,. ; .i' Mrs Henry! Barditzky ,returned RIBS lb..39*

,, :,:r-: *Vto her home. here after spend. SWIFTS'Corned'
<," : ;, ". -' ing two 'Nveeks in Eustis with
"r::..' ,"." a t v.r her husband, Mr. and Mrs.Barditzky SWIFT'S PREMIUM Beef. Has
) : .
were in Auburndalelast
'. weekend to visit their son 1 *
!.ft:
> ,,-, /in law and daughter, :Mr., 'and WIENERS 49 00
f" ..!; ;Mrs. William Riener." 15 3 {for $1
:: ': "I II. cal

5 ,. f.. '., Col.K. L Pepper' retired army UJ3. CHOICE
': < officer from Port Richey, Florida,

R? ,, ""' spent last. Wednesday as the Chuck Roast I 59' CALIFORNIA
I guest of :Mr, and Mrs. Bernie :

'f:' .. : Wilson'and family. Col. 'Pepper- I ISMOKED
S is Mrs., Wilson's grandfather. THE BEST Red: Grapes1b.--19
lit. '
f.: .. .a "
, -; ., '

<: ; 'Bunnell Theatre I 'lb.! 27*
: : >' :,' ... Bacon By The Piece YELLOW COOKING

f":: \ .'.. c'Fri.: &. Sat. jan. 2223SAVAGE .
.
BOX
:: ?. ', ': .;..'. ;, : POUND .
Onions"We 5
7 "', :THEf..,LITTLE .. :
t"; ',.- '9. -.:1'.". Il i Parts $129 Ib
) .-t,
: .. ., Starring Fry '
{ '
; ,
,
;1 ",'
;
4 :
: Chime
; : "M.wlGBd Pedro '=---
:.. : Arm eadCBb < i
c"
1
.
"," '. ,> :, : / Sell ; .
The Best For Less"
f I _
.
:
; : Sim.:& Man. Jan, 24-25 I.

r' ;. .' .>yr OF 1'HEFLY 't;; :"':- Center 'i:, <,
Rodgerette Food ; ;
,., e'-
< ,
; StBtlat' I IfR < /; ; '" .
r ; S
: ;.."n : Prlee. & Brett Hobey I < -zlkma; ell,, Florida u. .& SeutII' Phone ID..i':7155'I:., I
... .-- -: -
'
.,
r' .: : ;- ,
', ,. ." .._, -----T; 'E...-. :-r '


",". < d ?.i :_ $<,t -, i": .. ..' ;"... ': }, :..L,< :: ,';,{, :' ..' ," _, .} :'." :c <"



D- .









-*--'-_ 1

; .' :Thursday, Jan., ,21, 1960 THE FLAGLER, .TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA ;-{. ,: .':: ."MCEf. 'mt

(, ,- .. .. .
-- --- ------ -- -
= -- ---'
t' ID-LEWOOD CLUB MEETS I FRIENDLY CIRCLE Guests of Mr* and Mrs George

I", WITH BETTE McDANIEL MEETS TONIGHT Cleggr are Mrs, Clegg's parents.

r )WEDNESDAY EVENING I The Frinedly Circle of the Mr, and Mrs Eeberely pavis Or

,. Bette McDaniel entertained : Bunnell Methodist Church will Sturgis, Kentucky. Whey: planto

i members of the Idlewood Club I meet at the church at 8 o'clock spend several weeks herewith

I Wednesday night at her home tonight for their business and the C1egg
... ..
I ;\;;;
t't t on North Pine St. with nine program meeting.
%f&
1 members present I Mrs. Floss* Juchardapn: has
k '
'" During the business meeting, j John Cody, son of J Ir. and Mrs. :returned from 5FlT Laiiderdale!

f. Peavy-Botterbusch I METHODIST YOUTH 'I the playground was discussedand DIck Cody, underwent eye surg- l ;after visiting r .cous i, Mrs.
1 Wedding Date Set GO TO SKATELAND a ,new sign was planned. I ery at Jacksonville last week. I :Margaret Zook. **?%-r '-"
SATURDAY NIGHT ;-1.) ;- .,.. _
Plans also made for '
t February FirstMr. were a pot- I : . ..... .
l' and Mrs. Howell Peavy oft The Methodist Youth Fellow. luck supper and social for mem- Among those planning to at- ,N... .. .. .-. .:%. .'roe? .- %wv.

St. Augustine, formerly! of Bun. ship plan to go to Skateland in bers, their hsbands and invited tend the Fashion Show and FRED A. MIS <<..

k nell, announce the engagement Daytona, Beach Saturday night, guests, to be held on Thursday I Benefit Card Party at Ellinor -

t., of their daughter, Margaret, to January 23. They plan to leave January 21.Members. Village next week are Mrs O.C. : JEWELER -; i

i}. John Henry Botterbusch, Jr.; son the church at 6:30 P. M. present were, Gwen Shelton Mrs. Lamar Harris, Mrs. DIAMO DS-WATCHES' ,

'":-,. of Mr. and Mrs, John H. .Botter' During the business meeting : :McGriff, Naomi Rodgers, Gail : Jimmy Kelley, and Mrs. M. B. REPAIRING

x busch, Sr., of Flagler Beach. !:Sunday night two new officers I Kelley, Louise Harris, Daisy I McDaniel. '..YrI'JYI..r..... ..........M91tiJY' Y
were elected. They were Ida Janice and I --- ----- --- ---
The bride-elect is a graduate Moody, Murray, rIIXIANA
F l' Allen, I I
of Bunnell High School and treasurer and Joanie Kathryn Perryman.
f'; ,,1.1assey Business College.. She Sendral recreation chairman.I RESTAURANT
t
z" is presenty employed by Wilson, Arthur Carle presided over the
j \
t If: Boozer & Vqlberg. Inc., Jackson- meeting.'I Mrs. Daisy Walker and Miss glUt .$pecial
yule Florida. ,: j Lucille Walker were in '
f. JacksonI
.. I
\ Mr. Botterbusch, also a ,grau- JANE ,ROBERTSON ville last week attending the I The :Jj'Hn .
:'. ate of Bunnell High 'School, attended CELEBRATES WITH 1 funeralof l\I Walker's sister i l .

_'.. Jacksonville Junior College A PARTY MONDAY" in law, Mrs. Elizabeth Walker. -With Fresh Home Cooked Vegetables .
_.
f and the University of Jane Robertson was nor.or : .x ',
Piunpkin Pie Hot Rolls Butter : -
Florida. guest at a birthday Mon
He..Is presently party
. ] Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. '' : '""'
'" ployed by Southern Bell Telephone day afternoon at the home of I Tea or CoffeeT.
% George Allen were Mr. and<< Mrs .
& in her parents on Orange St.
k"
Telegraph Company. j
., t A.L. Chowning and two children ', $1.50
Several of her '
Jacksonville.The friends fA"
: young I .
of Quanah, Texas. .
'" f'
i!1 wedding is planned for enjoyed the afternoon with her ;

8 o'clock p. m., February 1, in and games were features of entertainment House guests of Mr. and Mrs.. 1 '
.; the First Baptist Church of Bun. !1H Individual birthday -
Walter Knight for an extended
[ nell. No invitations will be sent J cakes topped with a candle
visit are Mr. Knight's brother in
but the couple invites relativesand were served with orange juiceto CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. N.
friends to attend the cere the young guests. ..,
L. Dunn of Fort Worth, Texas.
I' Funeral Director
H. CRAIG
A.
mony. They also plan to visit with relatives -
A reception will be held at Arriving last week ,from TegU-1 in Palatka,.DeLand and JOHN HARDIN. Associate
the home of Howell V. Peavy on., cigalla Honduras, with I
South Forsyth'Street immediately Mrs. Frank J.. Reynolds were Jacksonville before returning to AIR LADY OXYGEN

#.. following the wedding. i Maria Antonia :Martines and their home. CONDITIONED I I EQUIPPED

., / If little daughter 'Bertha Allca. Mrs.. J. Hall Sr., had as CHAPEL ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY They will make their home at
her overnight guests Wednesday
f", ANNIVERSARY MONDAYr Flagler Beach with Dr. and Mrs. Phone ID 7.3532
of last week Mr. and Mrs David
*" Mrs. Jack Hall entertained Allen Reynolds while Dr. and
I Orr ,and son of Canastota, N.Y. 201 E. MOODY BLVD. DUNNELL. FLORIDA
Mrs
members of the family'at a : Frank Reynolds are in 11

f.' birthday celebration at the Hall Peru.

home on North Moore St. Mon

day' night honoring Jack Hall. Visiting, here this week'

\" -' ; Birthday cake, ice. cream and I with l\1r.."ari'd Mrs. :Richard Palczewskl .

'lJ coffee was: I 'served to fifteen) are their aunt and
.
members of. ,the family who cousin, Mrs. Sophie NosaL and S+ '
II. :' were present. Miss Florence Nosal of Chicago. : St S'S
.. ... :
-- -- - -- -- -
1 I S
I t S
I'
,
: HANNAM'S

; < ,


I' ; : Food Market .
)"
.
'
: .i 1I1:
2

f: : Your Red & White ore' ;

4
119 N. BAY St. Phone ID 7-346
,

:Wilson SMOKEDPICNICS
_

t. ", :} Z5e J .S .
'
..
.:' N
Fresh Dressed &' Drawn : .
..
('It' HENS 4 '.-. -
... Z9c
h: ; : = tb
:. *"" A-- .., ,1, ',; .. S SS -S
( Western Corn Fed Lean ;&:Meaty :
'

SPARE RIBS : )t 'Zge .r:
v <
... -- .." .-.. Ib.... :
"
,.
Armour 'Star >: .. <

SLICED BACON USwift : J.. r a

l. ,jn. 390. ;t

, ; Premium .. :,: .._ ,

f BONELESSDAISY) .'. : It. 49* -

.. ... FOR OUTDOOR FUN AND BEAUTY
Red &, White .

i.:. 'MILK ''8' -cans $100 :. o&LaYLIGHTTOUCH"

,if i, a ..., -' ;. 5
," 0, ::s;, You can"decorate"with light to dramatize the beauty .
..
k,5: -S.; and charm of your pool or garden
f .5.ba
g3ge'I I Floodlamps, spotlights, bracket and portable lamps can

I .. turn on the magic of your own Florida"moonlight...can
Birdfteye 10 oz.CREAMED. r-" d.:: make your yard garden and patio an outdoor relaxation

: t>::: _.., center"after dark. ELECTRIC
'CORN, ... { tie You can enjoy more outdoor dining and entertaining in the POST-LITE
'
a 10 : ,' 1Birdaeye
oz. ;' : Outdoor- electric lighting does so much...for just pennies' that turns on at dusk, of

GREEN, PEAS 'r' a ,2"f 4lei ... atautomats. .
.
.r .
) .:
: .a ', ,
'- .. .. "' < f ;-'';''''ii. .., Has an outlet: to plug in
i- Sc .,. .. ;:i.-.., 'i1 ,, ..:< : f. lawn mower hedge dipper
Sara, Lee 7Vi oz. h-.. :.. 'c ,'".,;',.,a .If.. ..'
f < radio
,
: ( a -: 1 .- : rotisserie, etc.
; "' : : ;- '" < 'e; '.; Cho iceofattractfvesyIes.S : .
CHICKEN .jf
.
: 7ge, f,- : r
:; ) .- > '. : : :., See the ,
.. J many outdoor lighting -
''l 'i.
I I'i aid*at ,
your electrical
::.'j. '" _..' Iii" MMMi&POwi1R' ,A LJCHT C* M AMY *, electric wiring cfeok contractor :_
appliance
.. : '
-'
: TUN NES ;< ,:.- .- .
: : -. lee't [. -.' ;:-'J'o- :- m.andlig/Jtin6equipmenl ttort .
: jj;" I
II" -
}' ,_
a
tt



;.,..........-- .: .' -1< u ,q" :,:" (.' ;.;..!.I.1r 9--&qffflt&.. .. .," ".. _.'. ;, '. ':;;i;:' r. .... ;.:" ''1iIF -'. >. .._,<' ',__,,)'2'.: :',t .... <

:' Jj .7}'><\ \{ ': : : ; 2 } .; .' ;'. :' ; > :"",: '. : ::' .:t:. <"; :' : .



; ..:

SIX' : *
'
: 7" :
PAGE THE FLAGLEE..TRIBUNE J3UNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday
:::1' _'_ _____ Jan. 21.. 1960, \
-- -- ---- --- '- '- -- .
: rjf.. .;. < '- -- .
: q :
Candidates Announce c .- .t 'Seventh"judicial:Circuit+ on*;the I Jim : .?!i e'me nber-every' ;E1UYpu.
ror ; .1 Blanton : ,
f\ ... : 1> SiS "ot''his record of performance I -. --. -I break'a"record yourmalceanewones. >' :- "

edges Of Seventh Circuit '. since,'assuming his dutiesas Announces F .- : '

I Circuit Judge in January of rlf: -. t .

:: HOWELL W. MELTON- ''nam.' and Volusia Bar Assoclatlo -"1959. -' R. R. Commission" 1i I Notice Is 1NOTICE hereby given that the ',.. ,

1s'who Board of
by resolutions urged ,i County Commissioners
r ;Howell W: Melton, attorney at f will receive sealed bids.on the 22nd
Melton to become a candidate I ROBT. H. WINGFIELD j Jim Blanton of St Augustine I[ day of January. A. D. I960. at the ,
law of 'St Augustine* has announced for Circuit Judge and pledged ,[I announced today that he would hour of 7:30 P. B. In the office of '.
Clerk
I the
.. of' the Circuit Court in '
that he will be a can4idate : their support to him. Robt. H. Wingfleld of DeLand,I|II be a candidate for the office of the 1 Flagler County Court. House ,

for the office of Circuit one of ,the Circuit Judges of the State 'I for the following: -
Judge Jackson in announcing l Railroad and Public Utilities Bidders to furnish and deliver to '
Judge. Group I, Seventh 7udiclalwit Seventh building site, Flagler Stock- '" .
Circuit resident
Judicial Commission in the May County
his retirement to the
proposed I ade..Bunnell. Florida four (4) steel
( of.Florida, composed of I I
bar associations of the circuit i in Volusia County announces Primary. prison grills with swinging doors .'
the counlggjof St. Johns, Vo- i for the new stockade building
z | } his candidacy to succeed
had this to say: I Blanton will be running for Flagler County Florida, sixes: One-
t ,1Ma, Pulimffi. and Flagler, subject I himself as Circuit Judge, the 17 feet no inches by 12 feet 8
seat left
-- to the Democratic Primary "I am informed that Howell vacant by the resignation inches. One-10 feet. 8 inches by
Seventh Judicial Circuit of Flor l of 12 feet. 8 inches. Two-7 feet 8
Alan
Election to bfc held May 3, 1960. Melton of St. Augustine, Florida, I ida, Group 2 subject to the Primaries Boyd to accepta Inches by 12 feet. 8 Inches. Plans .
,
and of the Bar' of the Seventh position on the C, A. B. Since'Mr. }[ and specifications are available at J :

E. Melton will seek the office Judicial Circuit, will seek the I on May 3. 1960. Boyd's resignation last November the 154 South office Peninsula.of laid Thad Drive Sizemore.Daytona ';'II.

held Hon. Geo. Wm.Jackson the has been Beach. Florida.. Telephone CLinton
now by nomination and ,election to the Judge Wingfleld was first vacancy 33963. ,

-:f_ wheels retiring and will office so vacated by me, and I elected to the Seventh Circuit in filled by an appontee of Governor .reject, The Board and reserves the ,right' to. .
any all bids.
";: '. not be a candidate to succeed take this means of advising the November 1954, on his previous Collins.Blanton _. DATED at Bunnell. Florida, this -

t I&:' .: ". Imself. Hd is a member of the Bar that I consider{ Mr. Melton record as a working judge. Prior' who has been in the 12th GEO.day oE'of WJCKLINB.January A. D.Chairman 1960.

<.. :' ,. i. law' firm of Upchurch, Melton, highly qualified for this position to that time he had served for' sightseeing and transportationfield ATTEST(Official Seal)

I. .... -:=.,and Upchurch in St. Augustine ; he is a very able lawyer, six years as County Judge and in St. Augustine the past RALPH :E. HARBERT. Clerk .

=where he has been engaged inS and, from a practical standpoint. Juvenile Judge of Volusia Coun 14 years, was born in Madison Board Flagler County County Commissioners, Florida ,

the general practice of law he: has his feet on the groundin ty, and for 18 years prior to County, is 40 years old, and has January 14-21-2tc '

t. since 1948. He is presently serving a substantial way, and he that was Chief Clerk of the resided in Florida all of his life. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF

1. as attorney for the Board has all the qualifications to become County Judge's Court of Volusia .He served in the United ,States FLAGLER IN CHANCERY('OUST1FLOIUUA.NO. 3013 '_:

k of County Commissioners- of St. an able and just jurise County, with the exception of ,Navy for four years during JCAN. ALBERTSON,
Plaintiff
t Johns County and for the Anastasia I might also add that ,his repu four years on active duty with World War II, attended the University va ..

f Mosquito Control District tation in every respect is beyond the United States Navy during of Florida, v Is married EARL EUGENE ALBERTSON Defendant., | '

pS of St Johns County.Melton's reproach, and it is a pleasure World War II. and the father of'two sons. NOTICE TO DEFEND i!
: THE STATE OF Fl.UR1pA. TO.Earl .
. has been to recommend him to your Bar Judge Wingfield said "In seeking Blanton said "The office of Eugene Albertsortr J
1 candidacy
for favorable consideration." re-election '.this Railroad and Public Utilities 22 Bunting Lane ?
to important Green Ridge. Pennsylvania
endorsed by the St. Johns, Put- I \ -
p:;.. judicial office, I relay upon my Commissioner -is too importantto suit You has are been hereby filed notified against that you in a :.' .,.' .
-
I II record of past performance. I the people of Florida to be the above entitled cause; and you = :,-
;. P. B. REVELS are hereby required to file
I your answer
decided
fc by individual.It .
pledge to continue to administer any one with the Clerk of this Court

I "I announce my: candidacy justice promptly, courteously, should be dependent upon the and plaintiff to serve or a plaintiffs copy thereof attorney.upon

I for the Democratic"Nomination! fairly and impartially to all I} the backing of all the people of whose name and addres is: .

I for-the office ol Circuit Judge, parties who have business with our great state. If elected, I will 533 Robert Seabreeze L. Wilson Boulevard

Seventh Judicial Circuit of Flor- the Circuit Court. always endeavor to keep faith Suite 200, Sebanc Building
Daytona
Beach Floridanot
(.';',w.or ida, Group 3. There are four Believing that there is no sub. with the people of Florida and later than February 15 A. D.
[ 1960. .
sa thne
i. I Circuit and I have served completed 29 years in the State best of my ability. you confesso for thevelief wiljU be demanded entered against in the ,

I I as one of the Circuit Judges and County Court- System of Blanton came within a few bill of complaint. The nature of .
said suit
Since July. 1951. and I am Florida, I feel this -experience thousand votes of unseating the WITNESS being my for hand divorce.and seal of

the Presiding Judge of said Cir qualifies me to seek reelectionand veteran Commissioner, Jerry W. A.said D.Court. I960.Official this 7th. day of,January .

I shall endeavor in every Carter. in the 1958 runoff pri ( Sebl) "I, 'f:
cuit."P. RALPH E. HARBERT
B. Revels." way possible to maintain my: maty. Clerk of said Circuit Court

record a$ a working judge." Jan. 14.21.28 & Feb. 44tcIN

THOMAS N. TAPPY THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
IN AND FOIl FLAGLER CO UNTV. FOR FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA
w ay.... I FLORIDA. IN ,PRORATE. IN CHANCERY NO. 3010
Thomas N. (Tom)' Tappy of CASE NO. I, SOPHIA G. BRAND, :
WOfcDS ..al lest eclat t IN .'
RE
: Estate ofMARGUERITE Plaintiff, ','
Beach Florida
Daytona
today GLEASON. '
announced his 'candidacy for re- -T6'dleiasa r THOUGHTS Deceased. WALTER NTBBRAND, JR.. :. '; ,;
,
NOTICE '
OF PRORATE Defendant. ," '
'election to the*officeof*Circuit TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED TN THE NAME OF THE STATE:
Seventh IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT OF FLORIDA TO
the .
Judge of Judicial! I rES-He GiJoy: wiT : Walter N. Brand. Jr.. /
Circuit of Florida, comprisingthe You are hereby notified that a c/o Smith Korona. EngineerIng .r',_,
It UPX1,1'! written instrument purporting to Dept. :." ,
counties of Volusia, St. be the Last Will and Testament of Washington St. <' "
said decedent has been, admitted to Syracuse. New York .
Johns, Putnam and Flagler, subject probate in this Court. You are You are hereby required to file .; ''
,.pricesnever hereby commanded your answer to the Bill
to the Democratic Primary within six calendar ; of Complaint -
months from the date of the' filed herein against you in ': .
: lower! election to be held May 3, 1960. first publication of this notice to I the above entitled cause on or be. "
appear in this Court and show fore the 12th day of February ; ,
Judge Tappy was appointed cause if any you can. why the. 1960 upon H. T. Cook. Esquire '
County Judge on January 4, action of this Court in admitting plaintiffs attorney herein, whose
highwaysnever I said Will to probate should not I adddress is Citizens Bank Building,
1955, by the then Acting Governor stand unrevoked. I Bunnell. Florida. "The Flagler Tri-
wetter! DUANE DEEN, bune" is hereby designated as the .
Charley Johns to serve out II County Judge. Flagler County newspaper in which this order

:" t. I--*. v the unexpired term of the Hon. I 950.First publication on January 7, I four shall consecutive be published weeks.once a week for .

't Robt. H. Wingfield. He was reelected Jan 7.U.1.28-4tc HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A DE- co
', <8>ALL-WEATHER REE PRO CONFESSO WILL "BE
County Judge for a four TILE CIRCUIT COURT OF ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR

year term in November, 1956, FLAGLER CO NTY. .FLORIDA SUCH FAILURE. '
IN CHANCERY NO. 300O The nature of this suit Is a bill .
value priced at handily defeating formidable opposition FAGS +L 11 AL CACIOLI., for divorce.
in Plaintiff.. WITNESS my hand and seal at
the Democratic PrK
'" va. Bunnell. Flagler County. Florida '
<'. #' I mary and in the General Elec THERESA ANN CACIOLI. this 11th day of January. 1960.
(Official Seal
Defendant. )
.. : '. I tion of that year. He; was elected And tier Z have NOTICE TO DEFEND JtALPH E. HARBERT .
( THE STATE OF I'LOHID.TO: As Clerk Circuit Court
'- ;$1295 without opposition to the office tb LIVE l-r POWN Theresa Ann Cacioli Flagler County. Florida .
i .. of Circuit Judge in November Jb 205 Center Lane Jan. 14.21-28 & Feb. 4--4tc
:. ; '--' Levittown New York
of 1958 to serve out the You are hereby notified that asuit' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVIJN-
; <:) has TII JUDICIAL
\ ; been filed against you in CIRCUIT IN AND
unexpired term of the Hon. Horace the above entitled cause; and you FOR FLAGLER COUNTY, FLOR
........ '. D. Riegle, who. did not stand are hereby required to file your an- IDA. IN EQUITY. EQUITY NO. .'
/. swer with the Clerk of this Court
NICHOLAS
for re-eiectron.In and to serve a copy thereof upon MITSAKOS. ,
""1. the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney Plaintiff, "
Trade for thr his '
.. today making announcement .whose name and address Is: ''' "

., ';-1.. ,-f':, most budget-pleasing for reelectionJudge Tappy Selden Ray Selden Building HAIDO MIT2AKOS.Defendant. '

: I stated that he was offering, the Daytona Beach. Floridanot NOTICE TO APPEAR AND .

1-: I continuation of his services to I 1960.later than February 12. A. D. IN THE NAME ANSWER OF THE STATE ,

: : 'I the four counties comprising the If you fall to do so. decree pro OF. FLORIDA.
'; 'Goodyear. All sizes low confesso will be- entered againstyou TO"' HAIDO MITSAKOS "
for the relief demanded in the 9712 85th Str.,.*
(?:' i' ''pricedl! bill of complaint. The nature of Ozone Park 1
)" said suit being for divorce. Long bland New York
: -. t' WITNESS my hand and seal? of You are hereby notified that a S
't. >' Flagler Post No. 115 7 did Court this 6th day of January stilt has been brought against you ;
i7- j A.D. 1960.OtficIRALPH. In the Circuit Court of. Flagler
: ,' THE AMERICAN LEGION ( County, Florida, in Equity by ,
E. HARBERT NICHOLAS MITSAKOS. Plaintiff.
Bunnell, Florida Clerk of said Circuit Court and you are hereby required to file
Jan U-1.:& & Feb. 4--Itc personally, or by attorney with, the t
( Clerk of said Court written
-/ your
.? '- January 19, 1960 _, <<: IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF defenses. If any. to the Bill In
; r FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA Equity in said suit on or before
IN CHANCERY NO. 3818 the 30th day of January A. D. I960
LEARY C. NEWTON. JR and also to serve a copy of your
BOARD .OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS x Plaintiff.. written defenses upon OSS1NSKY
:
VS & KROL. Attorneys for Plaintiff at
COUNTY -- f 4"; -. 4' : ANGELA RUTH HELMS NEWTON their offices at 411 Main Street.
FLAGLER. Defendant. Daytona Beach. Florida on or before
FLORIDA .:. '. NOTICE TO DEFEND the 30th day of January. A. D.
BUNNELL, THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: I960 as required by the Florida '"
.. Angela Ruth Helms Newton Equity Rules and herein taU not
61S Welch Street or Decree Pro Confesso and Final
Gentlemen : Monroe, North Carolina Decree will be entered against you
You are hereby notified that a by default.
r resolution adopted by the American suit has been filed against you In That the name of the Court In
A was the above entitled cause: and you which said suit. has been Instituted
Post No. 115 to request the Board of I are hereby required to file your answer Is the 01rm Cturt, Seventh JeFl -
Legion with the Clerk of this Court -lt.. .f nda. In and frufty
CommIssioners of Flagler County to employa and to serve a copy thereof upon and ttMt
County .
the .
plaintiff or plaintiffs attornss', as hereto*

lox 14 ckN4il and rtcappablt)e-typt plus tire Service Officer on,, a full time basis, at a reasonable whose H.name T. CokBunnell.and address Is: rdJele (- M that the

] salary and with necessary expense account later than. Floridanot February \C fj. 9. suit f'r

} It' coat"IS-cents a 'mile to travel out the' work of this office !teo. iit
_
1..tA"r
h to Bearfe? city or a minimum. carry _. It you fall to do .61jjd &
.cay
confesso will b* eatftdvp
el *S. :ThfWare' 'Notioaally AdV -: Done &W1.' 18th d"ay of January, A. D: 1960. bill u for of complaint the relief djll..ft T "" .
-
.
:.: .tees and are BO less *8,*. '. said suit being fftf..d

'. .-- ZALEWSKI Commander said w1T:4iS8'my Court this tarr. 1latfft ,
tAft-TO SHOP AT HOME 'Ii't. A. D Ilia
IT, !. ... : ".J _
/ : ( .I) .
1{ Legion Post No. 115
_' :.; ... _JUCE'S fr.STATION. ,/:..- .:; .: ., ,'." .. : .an OfflColCUrk'" J
"
; ,. IAL : J : : 14-Si-JI. of A"sal4 s0 14'' II' IGIk
:
I '
,. '.',::f. ;t '.- 5- :I : 43.; '._..:,i'T
-
,,4 : 4 __.. s

..' ,

>> f

.t., I

'-. -' ...... :d:;;., ., -y ,
It



: ,- -
, <':-, ,: i"o :,,',> "''' ; "; t '" ; ; -- : :' ;;: -E :"> :l' c
: .. !.... ; !;Tr' f' T"7:. ; ": : '
-
'"f: '. c; .; ".." 'J


i : 'Y .._1. ... .i-.-s. :'..r.. '.rt...... ,,2. Rt1 :::; : xJh', 1

:' Thursdayf\ ;' 21,: I960,:;,G-" :>;, r'THE FLAGLER'TRIBUNE; BUNNELLFLORIDA: : -, .:_1:.; -'" ,___--- 'i.,.P a ; j


:},,' 'SH'ELTON'S : "-" :, Q Afa.yHTS, ;'; FI.AGLER' 'I. "
;, ... ,
'
; ,< '\,"::"..'" .' PRICESJa.,2122,23, :,: : : '
Th n. f'ri !Sat ;- ',-- .,
SUPER, MARKETBUNNELL ,lH "" ; FOOD STO'R'E'


FLA.. .ffCQIQPERATIVE FLAGLER BEACH, FLA.
A frYERTJSING. ,
j. STORE MON' .thru FRI.-8 A. M.. ,til 6:45<. P. M. Msxa' More Savings STORE MON. thru,THURS.-8 A. M. til 6 P. M. .
-
v? -V t" For You :. ;
HOURS SAT._ -8.A.Mtill- 9 P.M. :>,<. _;;.o' _< h., HOURS FRI. & SAT.-8 A.-M. til 7 P.'-,M.,..'- ..:-',' .-
1 ,
; -<:
: ,, .
'
: : ', : CHASE & SANBORN < ,
: ,
.... 'r, ..,, : ". "-;'
"
.
.
.';''., -'-. .., : ,".". :;...':' "i ,'.;'.,..;... :. 1 \' / /
J If! '" 4, ," Jli 1 #/ .
-
: ,:. ',
li-,, ---
:' .. ; ,
; ,. .- ,
t'1' .. :."' : .
i ...:- : .. ..
\ ;,'_ :
: ,;
: --
r''Ii:,' \ :._1. ';-1:6': ?roa. !
: 59- I,
,' ,
: l ,
"
1/ ,,-i.'r '

1i. t'T A '.'; t.. f[ '. ., < ,_-
i I :,. ,Limit one with 5.00 or
.- ; ; '. ,
t'y .
I.,:-:.'> ,. p. .
I. "
'
'
r :, f" ", :. GA. GOLDTOMATOES_ '
.... :
t :,' ..., '" .".',
-
.- : ; : : ,
-
: :: ,_ , "
,' .
, -,' < -
: : ':
.
-"- 1 0/1 ', :
:
r Y," ..- ':" 1;.-.*,fsr: .*-' .303, *.> ,,', can' '. : ..0 ; 45

,. '

t', '. ::" ,.;,It';, ","..;f... ., .,.4--.. "". r--, i i
'
: ,. :;.y HER5HEYS"j". Jt- I ...)t i : ;: 59

it : : '
3 +
'SU'GJ. 0 'R

S".,. I : 45
f'+"tI_ .
'
: i:.1 '35,1:

t k"t, : :: 39'' ; : 57e


inL: one-., with $5.00 food' or err, .* :
.. '-- :': ;*
.
'
** -
:
'
:
F RMFR .SH'PR U
I
GOLDEN RIPE -

r Bananas 2 i Irs 25 : j

' f ,. '
E TEXAS CELLOCarrots : : : 49 1
'
3 'fir

.
I
.f'' FRESH: FLA. 29

;! : CABBAGE. I lb. 5 : Ij : : : ;: 25'

: :; t
t. FROZEN FOODS. : : :

y(.: WINTER GARDEN: I : 49"
for : ? ; :
2 3
\ .Pies "' : '
(
l BIRDS; EYE .' ;, '. :: 49
, BUTTER' BEANS ::2:: lot. ; : :
t BIRDS:EYEPOTATO ,
I I
t t ".' PATTIES 2. for ::;,., : 35

4 STOKELYS ..MUSSLEMAN'S SH.U INE. .MAZOLA : a"SHURFINE

CUT. BEANS. ..APPLE. SAUCE roKAFISH: ", OIL .:\ BISCUITSt

.: w t ,,303' > '!! ; 1'i i : '
; IL" ;
i
: Z' *
i : e a.21e b Eer -, ,. ,. ',..., ; ;" 325.
"'" :'; r' ""'" ,: ,-' : ,'. '
-S
i' I j -c-- t < :; : :. --


L! n_._ _' _. ,',, ::.,.." <., :.,. )rL...,.....?:>_ '.,"'.ar.w,'; .,_, ,.'.. _", = .. ,_ t_. ? ; ,....,,:_. rk." ;. .'''''''': ',$-',R'j ,': ;.-:; ,.1 .", \



.. ,, ;.. 'eo\;-'t: -f'.tl''f .. .'5. ":'"'. ,;" ""' ;-'-"., .--if' '-\4"1-: ... 1 _. ...
t : '} ;;c'

> )7# .



.

*FAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday, Jan. 21,," ,1960lb's'and .
L ', _, _. _. ...-
---- --- -- '----- -
f'' ------ : -- -, =-=-- I
ers before handling fish to avoid I Booking time if used fozen..

A .]>dnts.In any odor clinging to your hands. l Thaw at room temperature.RECIPES Three Cheers For tg. I
-.r.: DO'remember that a fresh'fish ; ,
: Fish Coo Ie14We TODAY '
FOR
t
> has bright, bulging! eyes, firm
are giving ,your: below flesh and pink, gills. Scalloped Fish' and Potatoes JIMWALTER :: :
1 flaked cooked, fish
cup
: fish frozen .
frozen
some more Do's and.1Do-n't8- DO keep I
seafood cookery. You can see until just before using as it de. t 5 cooked potatoes or 1 No. 2: can ". I
>1 onion JheBuIIdin Gianti :
tablespoon '
chopped
there is really no trick to cook.ing teriorates rapidly after thawing. :: ,
'l frf> ,
t i il
can condensed
Ash and other,seafoods. Do' It may be cooked before or af- celery soup I II :: :

.serve them. often ,new, as they er thawing, but requires: : longerJfaglizr J paprika : ''.'. .. .:, & :
Parsley flakes (optional) L & '
'
'are. very reasonably priced and -- J'l ; < : '.":; :
Flake fish canned fish#
or use -
nutritionally .high..: I .: 'J' : :
flakes. Slice Fill ;
DO have fat hot but no smok : Beach potatoes. I I- i '..' ;
greased casserole dish with alternate -, ; ;
when frying .fish. Turn -
tug I ,
... 1 layers of potatoes, fish, ,,' '. ..
once to ,brown on both aides.. DO ; .-., .
NOT 'OVERCOOK. Continued tram Page 4 r onion and heated celery soup. / -:, :
[Dot with butter. Sprinkle with :
DO when broiling, baking, or :Mr. and :Mrs. John Knosko are ,
paprika and parsley flakes if de. !
'planking lean fish, baste free returning to their home here I
I sired. Bake in hot oven at 425 i
queatly with melted: butter or this week after a month's visit ;
degrees 30 minutes. Serves 6.
margarine, to avoid ryness..' in Chicago, their former home.A. I I i

DO :rum lemon Juice over flng-: ......._. .... .__........

-,.- ---....- .- N. Bloom came, from Wil I O. ;: :
ALFORDJ
liamsport, Pa. last week to be NOTHING !

the house guest of his son in I J Registered r !

'CLASSIFIEDADS law Harmon and Wingrove.daughter .Mr.. and Mrs.: I Real Estate Broker: DOWN! ; i ii

;
Bunnell Florida

; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth White,1111 I ..tiYr............................titiYI ..11 ;

from New Jersey arrived this i /
II I .
EttaOaav under tkl heaOlmx .*. II 1745
week to visit here with his s .
4, a eeatB per word each lnertieiiSO par. i : BELA1RE
} i i cent i. ...!. / w
-' TOB SALE-Creosoted telephone I j

Poles, 30 to'50 feet long, 20( cents I Charlie Weaver has 'returned ChurchInterdeuomlnatlonal Don't Miss The Big Show., .

per foot. Harold Massie; Flag here from the Veterans Hospitalin I t :

lei Beach .\ 1-21--4tp Lake City to be at the homeof tI I Daytona Ave. i

'. MAN WANTED= =Good opening.i his brother and sister in law, FLAGLER BEACH Every Sat 500-P M. WJXT-TY Jacksonville th.. .
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Weaver.
Sell Rawlelgh Products in Flag. Sunday School 10:00'A.M. I Featuring the Famous Radio and TV Stars ;

ler Co. Year around steady work; Miss Carolyn Preston, student Church_ Service 11:00 A.M. I
!
good profits. See .Irs. Ed :Jfoles, nurse from St. Luke's Hospital :
R. W.
40 S. Whitney St., Si Augustine In Jacksonville was here for the DICKERT. Pastor- and their Clinch Mountain Boys I Ii
i EVERYONE WELCOME
or 'write Rawlelgh's, Dept. FAA- t weekend with her parents, Mr. .

360-137, Memphis Tenn. and Mrs., Joseph Preston. !

,Jan 21 and Feb. 4-18-3tp I : REFINANCE YOUR DEB'-; i !

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmidt JIM WALTER
.. LOST-Red female hound with With a Long Term
two straight splits in..ear. Also from Cleveland, Ohio, who are i iI I
red male dog with scar on spending the winter in Daytona FEDERAL LAND BANK Ii

mouth: and .ear. John Quigley,I Beach, were visitors here Sun FARM LOAN I C O R P Q ft A T I O N !i

Star Route. 2, St Augustine. day. I
Jan 21 I 1 R. W. BRYAN
-2tp PALATKA. ,FLA. Write to P. O.Box 782 or call collect 1
Elmer Slaugh from the University Production Credit Assn. .;
,FOR RENT-Unfurnished house, of Florida Gainesville. WedneJday.l0:00PALATKA. EA 5.5971 I II

large living room, dining room, spent the weekend here with FLORIDA 1 I
and kitchen, 2 bedrooms, 2baths, ,
his parents, Mr, and Mrs Lewis "
Hillcrest, Flagler Beach, phone Slaugh. -

HE .9.2247, Howard Wisehaupt 'r .;' _

s _Jan, 21-2tc Visiting here, with, ,Mr. and
'. Harry Hansalpacker :,this weekare Grt I WlE OLDlla06A c 'tp 'i" ,
furnished
FOR :RENT Small parw a r asar scawel Aa A6b..
Hobart Fischer LNSTiN..FOR75 1
Mr. and Mrs. Tf !! A
cottage for rent,! .near school FALCON 15THE S1VpdGESTC ft y 0 Yti Qt
6 ldroANP
from New Hampshire. aF tarE r slu K
suitable for couple only. Phone

ID 7.3706 or JD" 73360.,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Strom
\,...; .7an.21--1tp ar
rived this week from Wonder

FOR SALE-Three Ideal lots on t Lake, 111., to spend the winterin 4i

North Moore St. close to school, their home on South Daytona

paved street in town, needs no I Avenue. ._ .- i I
filling. Ready' to build on.-Coy, .::.

G. 'Harris.. 1-21-tf .
: :
-- ---- YES u
WAKTED-200 New Gas Customers .ti
DEAR, ," ; ,
Immediately. HARRIS I'M
BOTTLE GAS COMPANY,'Phone READY '
; ID 7-3551, Bunnell. 1.21-tf S .5 YQ
'. -- --... .. ,
;\_ "FOIl BENT-Furnished 6-room
Th atv-sfrt Economy Twin Falcon Fordor S daa
i and 3-room apartments, $30.00 i

I. .;per ,month. Capitol Motel, 6 t11d WO 5 ,
t. 1
roaa. Phone ID 73649. xo"l 'JND THE fAlLON$
E r rrisNTHS t I -
f 02-10-tf f? o tf
-
L. SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reason: 1 SOON AS T FINISH -'",
able THE NEWSPAPER The bd-sls. EcofiomTwiai falrian* 500 Town Salon
,.. rates. George Jarosz, Phone, ADS. THEY ARE SO
ID 7-3410. 11195.12tc
: .
".4 --Ir. FULL' OF .BARGAINS/,
..
F.P"V."V. X-V N X N NX V-N/->

F,4JOHNSTON'S: I AJ

FLAGLER :BEACH REALTY CO.

,LOTS, HO1 tES. OCEAN FRONT,
:WATER FRONT, FARMS c
.:" ? ACREAGE \\ : 1 !

_. _
.See as jar:yonar real.estate needs ___ ______

Office Phone HE 92242Residence I

Phones ID 7.3691
: or ID 7.3517 I


J' ,I ..........-.........................-..-...-..-......_.......-....._..........,...._......-.....-.-.........'. FORD'S ECONOMY TWINS GO FOR PEANUTSVc

." :,;0 ;jf. FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT

.
.if "
\ Ford Dealers invite you to sec our new look-alike save-alike foaSs 'Kfta csRCila ,Tai!

,. .. ->_: AMBULANCE Economy Twins, the Falcon and Fairiane.SOO, .
., PHONEVAIkyWMSAUGUSTINE. Interested in the new-size.compact cars?Then, see the Falcon. err a :
SERVICE Priced up to 5124* less than other 6-passenger cars in::its field;it

r ST FLORIDA '., ,gets up to 30 miles per gallon,goes 4,000 miles between oil changes. "'"
c Want fag-nvd economy? Then you'll want the Fairlane 500, S ,

,,1, ? ; *. ever.be. hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance We ow priced up to$142 leu- than last year's.Has more inside" room
l'. ,plus fine-car extras like rear seat arm rests,two sun visors, PMMrts Ckarfclm: ..C rna.
Jan
ever
; ., -eee cdrerys at your service with promptness safety em.t ..., feUd fcaUr tr U.las.B
F :
> : lor-keyed steering wheel, at no extra costa .
rlll. : > Come in for TOUT economy twu\ choice. of a lifetime .....'ncvr < #rf OH a comparison of manutoclurtn'ln ;
., 1',, Fairlanc 5001- ,., ,, ., .
." Falcon or new .. Jflgg.ar.d r.a T Pri5.fl I.LLf.v
t Equipped With Oxygen, and hthalmlor : -
; < *. r '- j" .-' .'.: .-r.l .

.., ,Garcia Funeral Home j '
r/ I :

t-; P. E.. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral .:Director l- :L :>; : Bunnell Motor. Companyi'FORD : ;J ; ". '
: '" .
.r
,.. r I t! ,1 -0- I. r' .-< ,,; <
"._.- of .-.''''_ .'LADT ASfflSTAMT -:
: --- FOR D STARTIME" in living color onTuesdays.on3C-TSB
: : :
Jhivww. vtfvvws wvvw '; :
t ;
1 -
.
I I". 2-. : :: .
M. .. ., .. ..... :
.. ; .,
: 't -- -- ; ,'. : ,,. 4 '

tr : : .:. r


II 1 ..
;;di'!' f 1L

,1. ,,, ,,,r ..'"j.. ,., .: : ,,,,' ) .' ._ .:,_ :>>.. .f.i.. _' '..... '.. '.-' ." "< .-::i/- _...'." .""-" "-. .< ..: '.;{;;; .;_.. :&I _