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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 28, 1960
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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: VOLUME 48, NO. 3 BUNNELL: FLORIDA THURSDAY; JAN. 28, 1960 $2.50 A YEAR

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'Beach Body I SUPERLATIVES STUDENT BODY I Businessmen. I WOMAN'S BENEFIT' DINNER CLUB i 4-H Club Will I


The "superlatives" among the I 5. A benefit Chicken Pilau Dinner
SponsoringSales
Rejects $5; mo Bunnell High School Seniorswere will be served at the Flag Again Exhibit

selected bjr the student. -. i ler Woman's Club on Thursday, ,
CourseThe ,
body Tuesday. February 4 It is for the benefit '
Of Developers Those named are: Most Pop Bunnell Businessmens As-I of the' Recreation Center in I At Jax Show ; -' .

ular, Beverly Rodgers and Robert sociation is sponsoring a sales. ,Flagler Beach. >
.Michael: Murray, of Flagler Cook; Most Athletic, Annette manship course 'under direction i The dinner will be served I I Flagler County 4-H Club will

Harbors, Inc.'. met with the: Strickland and Buddy Taylor; I of Mrs. Dorothy H. Kistler ""who I from 5:30 to 7:30. Those wish- again have entries in the Jacksonville -
_t Flagler Beach Town Commis I Most fun.loving-Betty Jo Revels is a teacher-coordinator of the ing to make donations or tickets I I stock show, Howard
stoners last Thursday night and I I and Miles Moody; Most Dependable Vocational-Technical Division of may contact members of the Taylor, county agent, said today.

presented a certified check, for:II i I Judy Lewis and Larry the Daytona Beach Junior Col- committee who are Mickey Ms- Those 4-H'ers who will exhibit

'$5,000 as .a down payment on I l Smith; Best All-round, Fern Allen lege. sie, Flossie Haines, Maxine Kelley calves at the show will leave

/' the marshland owned by the I, and Jim Burnsed. Classes will begin_ Thursday and Emily Gage. Bunnell about 9 o'clock Friday
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town. : evening,,February 4, at 8 o'clock 1 I morning. The calf owners will
In presenting the check, Mr. i '' go Jacksonville. and'spend the
Bunnell
rr Deen Names in the High School Local Men Will
/ their calves
01: Murray said the company felt 'I building. The registration fee day getting ready
} r they had a Ixmaflde contract 1 t r is $2.00 with a small additionalcost for showin at 10 o'clock Saturday !

: with the town and that they I Ii. i Charimen of for textbook and supplies. Receive Degrees morning. They will return i
have proceeded with preparation 10-weeks Is from Jacksonville about 6 o'clock
The course being
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:" for developing the marshlands 4.I Dimes March sponsored by the businessmen'sassociation I From U. of F. Saturday afternoon. .

.x.: in accordance' with the contract I for members of their Some of the club members wit 4.

:(> held by them. J Jf Judge Duane Deen, who is firms and employees.Mrs. t Three men from' Flagler Coun. exhibit broiler chickens. They

f During the, time Mr. Murraywas !serving as chairman of the!I Kitsler, who has had 31 ty are scheduled to receive degrees are to have them at the court-

addressing the commission:,' March of Dimes this year, has years experience in sales and' at the midyear commence- house here Friday morning at

h.r" S he was interrupted by MayorR. t[ announced the following chair- merchandising, says the course ment at the University-of florIda 9 o'clock to load into the countytruck.

':' L. McNab who contends the men who will be in charge of will strengthen sales efficiencyand Saturday. They are: Those who exhibit broil-

.: contract is "null and void." ,the Mothers March of Dimes "use ideas, on sales methods i iI Richard Norman Mercer, Bach [ ers cannot attend the show until .

': Commissioner R. R. Mosby next week. I which' will bring you profit," elor of Arts and Charles Herman Saturday. -

:_, made a motion that the check In' Bunnell the Idlewood Club 1 I sales promotion, and improve Muzyka, Bachelor of Science in I Those who will assist'witb

.it ., be accepted and that the commission members will be. in charge of':sales techniques. I. Business Administration, both of transportation of 4-Hmembers. ,
proceed according to the the march. -. i I Bunnell, and Benjamin S. Savoia,i I cattle and poultry exhibits to

t contract.' Commissioner. Charles I Shirley Gresham and' Naomi Jr., 'of Flagler Beach will,receive Ii I I and from'the show Friday and
Charon seconded the motion. Pellicer will make the calls Jn Auto License the degree of Bachelor of Science. Saturday are Leslie Tucker; L,L..

Howard Wisehaupt addressed' the St. Johns Park and Bimini in Pharmacy. I Gage and Paul Mercer. -

the commission saying' he represented I sections. Office Open George V. Allen, director of I Mrs. Dick Cody, Mrs. Leslie

,r .200 townspeople who f The Flagler Woman's Club the U.S. Information Agency,I i I Tucker and several other..! moth
had 'asked him to come to the 'I will conduct the drive..in Flag. and former ambassador to India i t ers will ride the;bus.and serVeas

'_ meeting to ,find out: why the dis. ; ler Beach. Suzanne Bourne,. in On Saturdays and Nepal, is scheduled to I chaperones Saturday.

: pute over the document cannotbe F 1 I Korona and Favorita. Lucille deliver the commencement ad-
J. Frank :Mercer
Collector i
settr d. He said "personal .I'Cobb will make the drive in I I Tax I dress. The academic processional '
said today his pffice will be Flu ,Closes
ities and- jealousies" are costing : Espanola. >- 11! I I will begin at 7:45 p. m. with
each morning
-f agler.; Beach: Its development.; Special contrJbvons will: be ,open through February Saturday'20 to take 1 1I .theplatform. program ,following '1.I -
He ple4deS7VUhrthe commiS- t I o'clock. .- Schools Here
'r' w made by Janice Murray.' at 8 : -
vehicle sales.
of
care tag
sioners to make 'some effort to :The Carver High,School Sec i: motor Degrees to be conferred include /A
r ,He said tag sales for cars are I I
sett1e the ,dispute.A lion will be in charge of School 442 bachelors degrees, 99 I Four Days
running about the same as compared .S
k record vote. was ,called 'forf Principal LeRoy Hunter. I masters degrees, 32 bachelor of
I to sales at this time last I
with Mosby and Charon voting L 'Mr. Deen said the drive will;!I however for trucks I i I law ,one education specialist, County School SuperintendentZ.
tags
to accept the check. John Seale,t be conducted on: different days year four 'doctor of education, and 30 D. Holland closed all Flag-
1 I are running a little behind' last
.... Tom Duncan and Kenneth Givens tin. each section of the county year's sales.Operators. doctor of philosophy- ler County schools Tuesday
voting no. I this year. Collection containers I!I of motor vehicles 3 morning in an efforst to prevent I II
The developers claim the contract have been placed in business further spreading of the "Flu"
I I have until February 20 to secure Eastern Star i
: is a valid one and said places throughout the county. ,I I which had 20 per cent of the .
I their 1960 tags. After that
r they will go into court to prove I total enrollment absent.
f date the 1959 tags expire. Elects Officers -
'. it if necessary.. S I I Also absent due to the flu and
t". Other'actions of the commission I Small Claims Court l colds were five members of the

included: Accepting a bid 1 RANGER WARNS Tuesday Night Bunncll school faculty and three

from Tom Harkness and Jim Sessions. Are _Set OF FIREHAZARD Officers of the Bunnell Chapter members of the faculty at Flag

.' \ Moyer for clearing vacant lots !1 I Order of Eastern..Star, elect- ler Beach. Substitute teachers
Charles Tonkin, of Flagler Due to the extremely dangerous
wIthin the city limits. The cost were not available due, also, to
Beach, was recently appointedby fire hazard caused by n'o ed at the Tuesday night meetingwere
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of the 'clearing will be charged the outbreak of colds and flu.
Governor Collins to be judgeof rain for the past 22 days, County -. ;
to the property owners. Mr. Holland said he closed
; Winifred McNab, worthy matron
the Small Claims Court for Forest Ranger G. B. Kelly re
The commissioners also purged the schools until :Monday to
give
Brock patron
Flagler county quests all persons to be very I ; Joseph worthy
:- the city voting list for the forth- associate the outbreak time to' subside.
; Lydia Smith, ma
Mr. Tonkin said: today that careful when burning trash or I
coming' city' election in.March.' he will hold the first session of I, control burning. ; tron; Mark.F.. .' Smith, associate Mimeographed letters were sentto

the court in .the county commissioners i iI He said .anyone wanting fire patron; Wanda Mercer, conduct all parents asking them to
I ress; Rita Diamond, associate keep the children awayfrom
room in the courthousehere lines plowed should contact him
conductress; Martha Mercer, secretary large gatherings and to use precaution -
Palatka Jaycees I on Tuesday, February 2nd by phone at ID 319S.. The first
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.at' 3 o'clock in the afternoon., 15 minutes of plowing is free ; Frances Edmonson, treasurer to help prevent further

Set,February 22-58 Regular sessions of'the' court, but the service .is $8 an hour ; Frank Mercer, sentineL spreading of the outbreak.
Mr. Tonkin said, will be- held: thereafter. A crew will stand by Appointive officers will be Such a' large percentage of

For Azalea FestivalThe each first and third Tuesday to assist in control burning, if made by the worthy !matron and students absent cuts down "the
all officers will be installed at dally average attendance, and
3. .
afternoons: at o'clock each requested, Kelly added. I
Palaika Junior Chamberof month S I a later .date. consequently the amount of
Commerce announces the 14th Mrs. Perla Rodgers, worthy state funds which is based on

Annual Azalea Festival will be The oldest ship in the world grand matron, paid her official the average daily attendance.

.held on February 2528. Folks who drive still afloat is the famous U.S.S. I visit to the local 'chapter last Absent Tuesday morning from

The Azalea Festival is spons. Constellation now In Baltimore Thursday night. She was hon. Bunnell school were 115. of the
ored annually by the Palatka -. A car too fast, ...., r,.. I Harbor. She was launched thirteen ored at a banquet held at the 519 total enrollment. "', ,

Jaycees and is',held in the beau Put their future'. ''' .:,-.J'' days before the well known Dixiana Restaurant prior.to the Flagler Beach' school- had, absent -

tiful Ravine Gardens, at Palatka..1" In the, past. : i Constitution September 7, 1797., chapter meeting. 16 out of the 133 enrolledin
The Ravine' Gardens were built '-- --- ----- that school.

.55. :in '19&-as, and'one- of have,America's been ,recognized most-" '''I-Hie 'kIdJhe Jliakt B*ewt ,..Icwed"lJGl St. Set \ out Carver of the School total had enrollment 81 absent of

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beautiful' and naturalistic Gar- More than 20 of Florida's out-: now a teacher in the Dade able of giving a creditable radio: 390.

\ dens. standing girl vocalists have-: County Schools won.the coveted television or concert perform It Is expected that with the

Thousands,of visitors from all qualified ,for entry in the ninth 1 j award and Jeanie title last ance." weather warming up after an

; over tlte nation" are expected at annual "Jeanie With the Light J I year. Miss Boltlrv said that, as The 1960 auditions, to be held unusual six-day cold spell the

this year's ieatival. Brown ''Hair" auditions to be i fin .the past, $200 scholarships in the auditorium of the Foster outbreak will subside.
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A ,full. weekend, of activities held at the Stephen Foster Memorial -*. will be awarded to four runners- Memorial carillon tower, are :
is'j efe du edt. beginning 5 Friday at White Springs February .- up, r scheduled on the morning and Bunnell Methodist '"

February: 3*> with :* tour of the 13 Thelma A. Boltin special afternoon of Saturday February
The annual auditions Men Meet
St. :Jefeas: Riv
,Fi- daY night.. Saturday'ssehedui shrine on the Suwannee River sponsored r Commission by the Stephen Foster Foster Memorial Commission, The Bunnell Methodist r Men
Memorial
and the
d ',features the parade announced today. "Between 20 an agency of the. State of Flor will meet In' the Old ,Church
Florida Federation of :Music '
...; ,and. the AzaJea Ball: ,, .and Sunday .. and 25 young women between Clubs. It is required that each ida.The building tonight at 7:30, Club
) Of'the Azalea the ,of 17 'and 21 will Jeanie will Be feted
.> the cfowqin* ages participate Federated new President George M. :Moody,said
: ,Queen;':for4y sHM.Mi, Barbara this. year." Miss Boltin entry be musicclub.sponsored'. by"- a that night at a ball to be heldIn today.

Leslie,! X59:: -.' .u itM. said' "with the'winner to receive the Foster museum building. : Dr. Allen Reynolds will _be In

'.' ,..que ;J4; a. $500' achoUrahip, to further. "It is also required," it was "A Valentine's Day motif:. will charge of the,program_for the
l ,'I'M .garder8ato, <'empeett. tobe '.et musical e
; 'in,:-full bl'60t. ..festival" 'time.:I -.Veronica McCormick i _of',Miami, lea be advanced musicians. cap : I will be served.. -
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i_ : PAGE TWO ,. .3' THE,.FLAGtER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA : :y- >:_o( Thursday, ,Jan:28,1960av

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: s Dinner f : .Emory post since,;lTis a-,vice IN" THE CIRCUIT COURT>- OF
''T TTH- FFSahon'I Meeting r:1 FLAGLEICOU'l"TY.. FLORIDA; IN
{ chairman of the B a :l'f'Trustees CHANCERY NO 3867 "*.' ?,- -
CONSTANCE GALANIS, = f-
J?* Area Alumni of f of the.University Center in I. Plaintiff *

I; FINSrEJNOW THAT DU\E VttDRKEP.A Georgia and is a member of the GEORGE. C.Vlo.GALANIS

:.;.;., ,"Jo MONTH GUESS WO KNOW THERE ARE VYHYB Emory UniversityThis I Georgia Methodist Commissionon Defendant.
AV. : EMPLOYEES 10 WHOM VDU NEVCR NOTICE TO DEFEND
SOME
'. '. J' Higher Edcfcation. He wilts THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:

:_ ABOUT SAY ANYTHING THE eo5S.PEKR06ATORY- ---" area's alumni' of Emory rve'as a delegate to the jurisdictional George North Street C. Galanis !

f University and parents ot Em- and the general con Topsfield Massachusetts :
You
I are hereby notified that a
ory students have been invitedto ferences of the Methodist Church suit has been filed against you In

attend a dinner in observanceof I this year. Dr Martin holds a t are the above hereby entitled required cause to ;file-and your you

I I4' the institution's 123rd year. Ph.D. in history from the University answer with the Clerk of this '
court, and
to
: serve a I
. i.. The celebration will be held at ; of North Carolina, and upon the plaintiff or plaintiff a attorney -
7 o'clock In the evening of February has written whose name and address Is:
l,. '. two books on Florida -. ,V. Cecil Grant
8, at the Imperial House history: Florida's ,Flagler 407%! Main Street
t;.. ., { Daytona Beach. Florida
Restaurant in Daytona Beach. and Florida DuringTerritorial not later than February 9th. A .D.
), xaou.. ;
f. < ,./:' Dr. S. Walter Martin; Emory Days confesso If you fail to do so, decree pro
_r will be entered against
president will be the speakerfor Emory University birthday yoU for the relief demanded In the

I'tJfiJ. :.,-. .".-. -::< ..:. ittsAYrr -,the evening, according to ., celebrations are. held each year said bill of suit complaint.being for The divorce.saidlCou nature. of

; :. '; s Marion H. Coley and Dr. J. Den in 'some 50 cities. Alumni-now tsthis hand and Janut I
4th
day of
,. ,< ,., OBVIOUS. ny Moffett, Jr., co-chairmen for numbering over..21,000-reside in ary. A. D. I960. .
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(Official Seal)
the occasion.'Dr. the 50 states and in 566 foreign RALPH
E. IIARBERT
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: :( Martin, who has held the I I-countries. Clerk or said Ctrcul Court .

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: -):., :,' I AUTO BODY MILLAND HOTEL BAR FUEL OIL I IKING'S

.-.: -' ODELL HERSEY'S Come Ana Visit i
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: --- PAINT & BODY SHOP AL AND ELLIEAT PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS }

Extension 10 per cent more hens and pullets Complete Collision Service II
THEIR NEW BAR
I (Committee
Pelivery in .
r | I the County on
on hand this January thanlast" i 24-HOUR WRECKER( SERVICE "You'll Meet Your Friends Here"
' January. Culling rates are 1 Body ts Fender Work Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fue !
Gives Outlook Report I Painting. Matching Free EstimatesU. FLAGLER BEACH I I Gasoline t tI
1t" likely to be lower: in late spring .S. 1 So. OF RUNNEL ..

and early summer than was Days ID 7.3312-Nlte ID 7.3267 U.S. 1 N. Bunnell .- ID 7-3676
, r't For Poultry and Eggs true in 1959. The Coolest Draft Spot BeerSANDPIPER for the Coolest I I 1 1I


r-" New out-of-state markets for AUTO SERVICE BAR I FURNITURE t
broilers in
The demand for
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f' eggs, increased Florida pbula* McDANIEL'S GIFTS-LUNCHES I
recent months has been weaker REED'SDiscount
On the Ocean Side of AlA 3 Miles
tion breaking facilities Ii Iii
possible new
Service Station '
: than a year ago. This may con North .of Flagler Pier i Furniture

.' and substantially im tinue into 1960 but the committee STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS "Keep Cool at George_& Millie's"II I UP TO 50% DISCOUNT -
proved wholesale egg marketing
PHONE HE 9.2156
''!; r says demand may strengthen On Furniture and I
institutions suggest better prices, Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs I I AppliancesNew
relatively to 1959 as the year and Used

',,-' .' at least through August, for thestate's progresses. 'Prices are likely to Bunnell ID 7-7119 BUILDING SUPPLIES 1100 Flomich Ave.-Holly Hill 11

\..- egg producers. be close to 1959 iri the first quarter -

,. :_:. The Florida Agricultural Ex- I of 1960, and a cent or two Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION WICKLINE FLOOR COVERING i

.. tension Service Outlook Committee higher in the second. Building Supplies 1.
reports prices for eggs o' Tilecraft.Company
GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen
during the first half of 1960 will CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS "LET US FLOOR YOU"

'probably' 'average' about the 7 A.-M.-10 1'. M.-7 Days STEEL Armstrong & Kentile .

same"as the last qurater of.1959, \ FOR, : State & Lambert US 1-ID 7.7190 Flagler Beech:\ 0.... _:..T Hl ...,;9.2254' I Sold and Installed )

January-March prices will be All Work Guaranteed I

below those for the same period SHELL FILL & SAND Colonial Service StationEARL CLEANERS Ormond Beach OR 7-3181

Jn 1959, ,but April-June Will be E. RICE; Proprietor

above the same period for: the DIRT CONTRACTSCALL v GAS OIL-LUBRICATION BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY GARDEN SHOP

previous year. according. to the MOTOR TUNE-UP Gray's Garden Center I

committee. GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES CLEANING Headquarters for Gardening Needs

U. s. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL SERVICE Ceramics Gifts Dry Arrangement
Florida farmers have, perhaps, Materials

EMIL MISSINNE Hall's Atlantic StationJack Open Dally 8 to 6 Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers
IN TIIR CIUCUIT counT OF TIIC i
,SKVKVTII JUDICIAL CIUCUIT. Phone HE 9.2094 Hall Phone ID 7-3188 TORO LAWN MOWERS
Proprietor
IX ANI FOIL FL.AGLF.Il COUNTY : ,
115 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051
..1.01110.CAoiH NO. 783 GASOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccessories N. Bay St Bunnell ORBIOND
IN HE FORFEITURE' OF THE FLAGLER BEACH
-FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY I

: .......:..... -. I ROAD SERVICE CONCRETE PRODUCTS HARDWARE
1. 1956 4 Door Mercury Sedan
Serial 56SL19978M I BUNNELL Tel. ID 7-3652 Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.

Serial 2. 1955 A755H7750 Pontiac Hard Top sed n'l 1 IX .TIIE CIRCUIT COURT OFKL.AGL.EIl Your "Q" For Concrete JOHN DEERE

3. 1955 Dodge Hard Top Sedan. ; I IX CHANCERY COUNTY.. 3O22.FLORIDA J. L. Presswood Garage Agricultural &Industrial Equipment
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Vehicle No. 34881736 HENRY HERMAN GRUBER Dial CL 3-8113 STEEL '
4. 1955 2 Door Ford Sedan. Se I 'Plain tift. STANDARD PRODUCTS'General Bars & Shapes Hot & Cold Boiled

.. rial 5. 1950 No. ASAG115627 4 Door Dodge Sedan '., V8. Repairing-Road Service DAYTONA BEACH Black&Galvanized ripe & Fittings
hide. No. 31484553 ve"l HELEN MAY BACCI GRUBER Tires, Tubes & Accessories LAWN MOWER REPAIRS
6. 1949 4 Door Plymouth ] Defendant. Visit Our Grocery DepartmentFor Quillian's Concrete Inc.
Engine No. P18145546 I I t' NOTICE TO DEFEND Frozen Foods and Staples DEEN RD. Phone I** 73142
OF FLORIDA TO:
THE-STATE OF FLORIDA TO: 4 THE STATE Cubed Ice
Lonnie James 2505 Avenue 1, Ft. Helen May Main Bacci Street Gruber HE 9-2139 FLAGLER BEACH Village Hardware Center
Pierce Florid and St. Lucio 4509 East
County i I DRUG STORES:
VirginiaYou
Richmond.
Bank. Ft. Pierce Florida. I HOUSE PAINTS
p Thomas B. Manna, 1232 N.W. 1 PI are hereby notified that a Sullivan's Gulf Service
17. Miami Florida G. M.A.G. In-'' suit has been filed against and you in Anderson Store Match and mix any color
graham Bid?.. Miami Florida and the above entitled cause; you GULF Drug
GAG Finance Corp. 3422 N.W. 1 are hereby required to file your answer Builder's Supplies Kitchenware
Avenue Miami. Florida. with the Clerk of this Court GASOILSLUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSORIES -- Prescriptions
Samuel U George. 615 Osale St.. and to serve a copy thereof upon GIFTS GREETING CARDS
-' Orlando, Florida and Interstate Securities the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, I Beach Information Sick Room Supplies
Company "207 E. Colonial whose name and address' is: "Specializing in Service and Sundries AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420
: Drive'Orlando Florida. I W: Cecil Grant Clean Rest Rooms"In .
Eldoro Fraizer 624 S. Seagrav I 407% Main Street The fifeart of Flagler Beach
Florida BUNNELL PAINT STOREJERRY'S
Daytona Beach.
: Ave. Daytona Beach. Florida and >
A D.
Time Finance Service 154 Magnolia I not Wtep than February 23 r
Avenue; Daytona Beach. Florida.,' 11960. AUTO REPAIRS
PAINT MART
Johon Lee. 743 Pippin St., Jacksonville I you fail to do so. decree pro, Moody's Pharmacy
Florida. confesso will be entered against HANNA & VEL-VON PAINT .
Ben Archer.353 Rose Street. Day- you for the relief demanded in the Shield Service Station Flagler County's Corner Drug Store
tona Beach, Florida and Jays Used bill of complaint. The nature of One Coat Plastic Finish
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Carp Inc. 60r Volusia Avenue. said suit being for divorce.mY' Arcadius Habel Mechanic PRESCRIPTIONS Stops Masonry Dampness
seal of
I WITNESS hand and
Florida.
Daytona Beach
DRUGS-SUNDRIES
AND ALL PERSONS.. FIRMS AND I Bald Court this 19th day of January COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS Paint Sundries

> Seal)
ING ORvCLAIMING AN INTERESTIN ( Power Mower BUJ1 elL Flex. Phone ID 7-3661
OR LIEN ON THE ABOVE DE RALPH E.! HARBERT Repair Your ? OR 7.0761
SCRIBED PROPERTY. Clerk of said Circuit Court No Job Too Big Or Too Small
YOU ANI EACH OF YOU are Jan. 21.28 & Feb. 4..ll--4tc 111 No. Bay St. Bunnell i!ORMOND PRESCRIPTION RADIOTELEVISIONDON'S
notified that
hereby the above de-
scribed property has been seized. IX THE CIRCUIT COURT Of EDGAR'S GARAGE24Hour PHARMACYSick
under and by virtue of Chapter 562.Florida 'LA6LER COUNTY FLORIDA I RADIO -
& TV
Statutes as amended, and is II* CHANCERY NO. 3804DOREE Service Room SuppUes-Sundrfes
'now in the possession of the'Board E, TJlE.ALIplainUft Towing
; 24'Hoar Prescription Service Zenith Sales and Service"We
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Of Covtnty Commissioners, of this COMPLETE AUTO :REPAIRS J
Ceunty. and you. and .each of 'vB. Beach
you. Free Delivery in Flagler
Sell the Best
are hereby further notified that a ROBERT, M THEALLDefendant.. Automatic Transmission Service
Mutton, Utt4.r said Chapter has Wheel. Balancing-Front End } Rt. AlA 1 mL North of and Service the Rest"
heels Mr_l In the Circuit Court of NOTICE TO DEFEND Alignment ORMOND BEACH-TeL OR 7-1661
the ftovtath Judicial Circuit in and THEM rt OF FLORIDA. TO: 24O Granada Onrtond-OR 7-6S83 AUTO RADIOS A SPECIALTYu.
for FfcMil r County. Florida seek- M. Theall
iftc tlM.TWlture of the said prop- 38 Lakeview Avenue -- Thompson Pharmacy Hwy. 1, Onnond, OR.7.1473
erty. and y."are hereby directed 'Hartsdale. New York AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION Your Health Is Wealth t
and required to file your claim if You are hereby notified that a .
*r ;y* l'Mve. and show cause on suit has been filed against you In HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS REAL ESTATE
or-before the 18th day of February above T entitled cause: and youart
'194+1. 'If i pet. Msonally served with hereby'required to file your an- SERVICE
r oeeee \lunate. and within twenty' 8'Yerwith.. the Clerk tot this Court. In Our Hands Margaret Givens I
&ya from _personal service If per'eoeallr and to serve a copy thereof ,upon ReWildiag I
"rr jd, with process herein I the plaintiff or,plaJDUU-a attonwr.IB. Repairing- 141 W. Granada-Ormond 7.1421 Reg. Real Estate Broker
wily the acid property should- not whose name aaaw' aHreu 111. ON ALL MAKES OF Notary PublicBpeclalizing Ij
to* forfs4* rf pursuant to said-Chap Cedi Grant AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS In
ter. Sho..ad. 1 you fail ,to file claim I 467%* .Main Street 12S9 Riderewood Holly Hill
I FLOfiBTS OCEAN & RIVER PROPERTIES
aa herein 'directed Judgment will 'Daytona Beach. Florida OR 7-1381 I
be entered herein against you in 1 not later than February tb. A D. Phone HEmlock 9-2035 :
due C8 rM. Persons not personally 119&eIt.. STORE Ken Mar Motel-Flagler Beach .
BAR AND PACKAGE
**rv-' with'proeees may obtain acopy you fall to 4o so. decree pro Blacks Flower Shop i
; of 1M' petition for forfeiture confeaeo will be.entered aplnetyog :
.. lnereia" from the uqdelBlgned for the ref Ief d "e. 111 the FLAGLER BEACH Phone 'IDlewood 7-334S PUBLISHERS & PIWn'ESS-

my, hand and 'the seal I bllf a. oI., t" bebC.t.for dtYoree."Y ai .ture of HOTEL BARr P.O. Box 3, Bunnell Fla. The Flagler Tribune' I''

-meottoaed thl. 18th Ce dart., at of..1"...&&;;t'uu. Ilet lu.e4tya4ecDeee Ileal. >a of "The Meeting: Place '.I Flowere' For All Occasions Publishers Printers j{:

,r- 1 her. A. V. 10. We accept orders for Delivery Phone ID 7-3282 t
K R. lA.RBIiRT ] of Flagler Co lity""jim a ,
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D, i i' FLAGLER QUAN1TY RESERVED RIGHTS SHELTON'S

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<, ;.- BEACH, FLA. -'. COOPERATIVEADVERTISING \ FLA. '
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__ ;HOURS FRI.. & SAT.-8 A. M. til 7 P., M. HOURS' SAT.--8 A-M. till 9 P.M. : >C'
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FINEST MEATS FOOD KING < 'J--
QUALITY :

'ORK CHOPS .' : 39 ., PEARS ; :


0 BOSTON BUTT PORK ROAST? Ib. 21 2can 3 for $$1 00

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i yY[<,' ;. 'i:. FRANKS. r 39 Sparelibs TuNA FOOD KING' !

;t: : ',j SAVORY or CRISP RITE I u ii

t". "; SLICED BACON 'clb., 39C 0 ':./2 19 ;.

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t't'BakeRite, Bag Apples: .:a lb. 39 ,


LARGE
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3lb. / Cauliflower head 29
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FACIAL; TISSUE, ;: lib.i .
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KLEENEX2C BOOTH'S 10 OZ. PKG. ':, '0 '..' C. "
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: :; birth of their first son which in the school cafetorium.,Found
; Flagler Beach attended a Halifax -
:. ,.; Jlaaler'eacl. I t I District meeting at the Or- was born January '15 in the er's Day will be observed at the
0 ,, Flagler Clinic and in
Hospital
I 't. meeting.
. : : i mond Beach Union Church on ;
LUNA BABBITT BunnelL Mrs. Meekins and little Mr. and Mrs Harvey Strader
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Monday to
" r9,.",. ; .t' < Telephone HEmlock 9.2098 evening for the coming year.representation son have returned to their. ,returned to their home in Tampa
t':., home here. Saturday after spending ,several
Paul Staton was elected secretary :''
\. : ; .NEWS NOTES FROM SURPRISE BIRTHDAY PARTY !I of the district represen days last week in their place
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< ". FLAGLER BEACH CHURCHES I The Stamps Circle of the First tative here on Eighth St.
r't'... cabinet for the coming Mr. and Mrs. Peter, Dzioba,
' A revival has been planned I 1 Baptist W.M.S. surprised Mrs. year. A film was shown. on ex former residents, returned, to
First Baptist Church. ,It afternoon Mr. and Mrs Ernest Butuex
- r by, the I Gertrude Higgins Monday ploring. their home In Ormond Beach
;' -,;=; is to be held in February andS when they gave her a''I Members going from here I last week after being called to from Interlachen visited here
-'" J" the' services will be conductedby I I birthday party at her home. were Robert Abbott Richard Cleveland Ohio, on account of last Wednesday with his brother
-' Armando Silverio from: those in the group and sister in law, Mr. and Mrs.
Rev. ,: Among Lerch, Jeff Seale, Paul Staton the illness of his mother, there. '
:: .' Calvary Baptist Church in St.;,'|, were: Ethel Run lll, Mrs. Chan and Danny Frailey. Accompanying William. Butuex. '. _
,::. ,i'.'" Augustine. Rev. and ' \" :"* Taylor will meet ,the church finch,' Mrs. Ethel Mellor, Mrs. '
:. and Howard Lerch, commit. came from Jacksonville 'las%Saturday .
".', choir in Hastings,on Friday eve- Sarah Bruce, the honoree's sister tee chairman for the explorers; to enjoy some fishing on: Subscribe for The Fieglei'.Trlbune. .
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.. ning where the choir will take :Mrs. Aramintha Kight, Linda the pier. S 50 A YEAR
;;,. .: part In the music festival of the Lowe and Stella Weaver COURT OF HONOR -- ".
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;:.; i.,> SL John's Baptist ,Association. [l Pictures were made, hymns SET FOR FRIDAY NIGHTA
f: : : f Judson Stryker is director of the,I[I were sung with Mrs. Rumill Court of Honor for the I .i
'. choir. 'playing the electrIc'organ, and
r of I Scouts will be held on Friday
;i i-::. Rev. R. W. Dicker. pastor of I,,I she, received some gifts, one of night at 8 o'clock, January 29, Announcing-- -
c :.;1' the Community Memorial I i I I them being a Dish Garden from at the Flagler Beach Recreation ,
;"T.':: Church has announced that the' the \V.M.S. Stella Weaver offered Center. Dave Proffit, Scout Executive -
':;i title of his sermon next Sunday I![ a prayer before they serv- in the Halifax District, We would like to .announce that we are operating -

;4:i.a, morning, February 1, at 11 a.m.f([ed a special birthday cake with will be present and will showa A CLEAN. WHOLESOME BILLIARD PALOR t ,

1'. ? will be "The Challenge of' coffee, tea or ice cream and Linda film on Scouting. We' will ,welcome the ladies to accompany their I
"" ; Faith." Lowe sang several special Jack Abbott is to five-
give a husbands at any time and especially welcome the, l
t '-', The Flagler Beach Methodist : numbers. minute talk on Scouting and ladies on Thursday afternoons.
*.:' Church holds regular morning I merit badges will be awardedin
Mr. Wickline and Mr. Bernie Wilson '
Et : worship services each Sunday in [ Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dickinsonare all ranks. George are
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'. now owners and operators of the :
' WomWs Club .
+ "., the building at entertaining as their house
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t:: i ., 10:30 with Rev Reynold Hoover I guests Mrs Mabel Ward from Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smith of W & W BILLIARD PARLOR .
Wr .sF: : as pastor. Church school begins Elmira, Ny Y. Palatka spent Sunday afternoonin IN FLAGLER BEACHWe -
ri\t w k., .at 11:30: and chpir rehearsals ,their place here. .,
:,j" are held each- Thursday evening. Tomas Beshara left Saturday ". are inviting the ladies on each Thursady after
\ : at 6:30. Rev. and Mrs. HooverS I for Binghamton, N.' Y., after Mr. and Mrs. Carol-Wilder and noon to come in and enjoy the pleasure of playing
I'. have invited the public to attend visiting several days here with son from Daytona Beach were pool. There will be instructors available. :. < "

.i,k! ... the church fellowship Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dickinson. visitors here'Sunday afternoon. .
( }: '. per which will be at 6 SUP-I. --- .-. ---, ', -' .
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v-: Monday February : I
, Woman's Club building. A ques I

,: '': : tion and answer period and Money. -- Saving Food Values ,
group singing will follow a social JI
'".; period and the official board I
U.S. GOODCHUCK TALL CANS
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.!v:"V-"::,. TRAVELOGUE.DANCE THURSDAY AND EVENING SQUARE. I I. ROAST, : 49'. 1 Milk 8 for f $$100 ,


The public is invited by the "

Flagler Woman's Club to the!I CHUCK Limit (8) with $5.00 or more food order. I
Recreation Center on Thursday I STEAK 'lb1 59' .
evening, January 28. :Mrs. Flos RED & WHITE SLICED 21/2 CAN

sie Haines, vice president of the I' .

.}. Woman's The program Club will is In be charge.a trave. Look Look What *lo Will Buy Peaches 4 for $1 00 1

: logue by :Mr. and Mrs. Charles ,
Tonkin, who made a trip to England FRESH, GROUNDHamburger .
and Europe last summer. Limit (4) with $5.00 food order 1
Mrs. Paul Kelly and her committee 3 "**.
OUR VALUE 303 CAN
will be hostesses. Square I


.. ,'. ,public logue.dancing. This will. will be after be free the- to traVe-the. !1 I I l Spare Pig LiverWieners Ribs > :.L- ; -.';$ i 00 TOMATOE 1 O j jI


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Spending the winter months PILLSBURY
here in the Turner cottage are I
I :Mr. and :Mrs. Hugh Caragall .
from, Danielson, Conn. They I BISCUITS 3 cans 25

Winifred have'with Colwell.them her sister, Mrs. Ox TailsSmoked I
BIG LAKE CUT 303 CAN

Rev. and Mrs Glen Taylor entertained or Bag SausageSMOKED "

the choir of the First : GREEN BEANS 1 O

Baptist Church in St. Augustine I

" Sunday afternoon.. They enjoyed HOCKS t4 A
HAM I A
sightseeing there and also visit 4 Pound BAGAPPLES t
ed the new St. Augustine school PORK KIDNEYS 5 I IBS. $ I Ull ;
in which Rev, and Mrs. Taylor i !
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from Winston Salem, N. O, are FRESH BOSTON BUTT '

living here' ,now in their new RiEi 1.35< POTATOES it :

r..a ., Home, on Central Ave. 1O39: >

Charles Northrup from the I '
t r UnlVersity of .Florida in Gainesville FIRST' CUT WESTERN JUICY TENDERCubed .

{t,' with Judson is visiting Stryker.here Thursday Pork Chops 3' ".'' $1 00 Steak ">. 89 :i.'


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Mr.- and" Max Porte received ,
::' word Tuesday of the FROZEN FRESH DDFRYERS
FRESH :'
: birth of ,their first grandchild
It was a son, born : $ \
< to Mr. and BONES Sibs ]00
NECK
f Mrs. Larry Tidwell in Valdosta, ea 6,9
Ga. Mrs. Tidwell is the .former .
Shirley Porte. 'Mr.'and Mrs. Porte SPAIE RIB TIPS 4 lbs $1 ", ,

i are, planning: to make a trip Pli TAILS.tr EARS <: ,, 3 fir $2
to Valdosta.during. the weekendto :4, _,
vfelt with. them. Larry is <-. .

ri;, .' ,stationed the U. Sol,:at Alr-Moody arce. Airbase with. I f'- : ;' "We Sell The Best For Less"Rodgerette ;


{. Muses TTeee ,and Trudie Mas- -" '

.= .sle had "seveml days off last! ;,: : Food Center .
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\_ week'frona tfeeir school in Howey :
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t: :: "- Too Late with his. 11f / by bodly automobile ,racing spine tingling I lit all, for the Florida State Fair I unsurpassed

r' taking possession! of a Spanish thrill shows staged by

: !:-f.: To bark and sailing away to be- skilled dare devil drivers who

.. Classify come a pirate. perform all manner of death defying

y. records credit him
I Br. Russell Kay Spanish feats. :
T!, ( II with the capture of 36 Spanish The fair will open February 2''
y History and legend have been ships as well as a number of Shrine
with gigantic- parade
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k interwoven to give ,us the storyof U.S. and British vessels. Legend in which thousands of fun-lov : A.
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b' ... Jose Gaspar, upon which is J recounts his raids on Tampa log Shriners from all over the: '

,based the theme of Tampa's when it was tiny fishing village nation will make merry, providing i 1.,

6!- famed Gasparilla pageant. The and the present Gasparilla fun and frolic for every

i': late Edwin D. Lambright editor Carnival represents such a raid. one_ throughout the day and l

'.;' \ of the Tampa Morning Tribune Each year he makes a ghostly evening. .

' gathered. more data- both. legend, return to loot and pillage the
Other colorful events include
;" .;.' and, fact and was recognized as city and he celebrates his
the childrens' parade in which
J: the leading authority on the achievement 'witha gigantic
thousands of school children
r subject parade and week-long.ceremony. I /
: scheduled for Wednesday
:' participate
Careful research both in this This year his lamed invasion STAPLES
February 10 and the .
f country and, in Spain provider will occur on- Monday February I V .,
colorful Ybor ,
gala and City illuminated i : V '
( I ample evidence that such a 8, and promises to be the most IV '

rtf, colorful character did exist, and I brilliant and colorful pageantever night parade on : t

Thursday evening February 11. ; ... .
y.:: operated for a considerable time staged. 'p
Remember the dates, February AUTO

SPRlMCrUEACVES .
who made his head- rAG
as a pirate Occurring during the period of
; I -2 through ebruary 13, with X "-.::. ..;. '
quarters in Charlotte Harbor I the Florida, State Fair February '
something to thrill' and enter- SLCREWS .
? : where he utilized a number of 2-13 visitors and home folks :
tain during the 11 big
r
you days
islands for this purpose including alike can anticipate a gala
and 11 big nights. Plan to stay
those known'as Gasparilla, period during which Gasparilla NO DAMAGE Feeding troughs take a beating if towed by i

. Captiva, Sanibel Cayo Costa activities, coupled with thrillIng i farm truck from one. location to another. Damage can be pre-'
FREE PAINT
': Cara Pelau and Josefa, (now and spectacular events pro. vented by using the simple skid unit shown above which is made...

known as Useppa.) vided by the 11-day exposition One extra gallon of your choice from main leaves of two car springs and a length of steel rod..

Born at Seville Spain in 1756 offers tops in entertainment.The with each gallor you buy I H.... . .... . . .... .;-...-.. . . . .&. .
,1. Jose attended the Royal Acade 1960 Florida State Fair Mary Carter Paint Store
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FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
;.. my of Navigation eventually. becoming should show much improvement Ormond Deach at Coquina Barn i I .

t< an admiral in the Span many departments, have been Also We.tpte' Shopping Outer '

:. ish navy. The story goes that I expanded and each of the 25 'exposition AMBULANCE

i:" he was the victim of a plot accused buildings will 'be jam- RCA VICTOR PHONE VAlley 4.1625.

of stealing a quantity of packed with interesting educational LIVING COLOR TV SERVICE ,
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and entertaining exhibits. "LOOK FOR TilE PICTURE
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Every phase of Florida's growth Southern IN THE Radio WINDOW& Television I Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. ware
; CLASSiFIED
l< and development is covered with 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001 always at your service with promptness, safety, and 1
these magnificent displays. They ORMOND. I
r. include gorgeous county exhibitsof 1- sxperle ce.
ADS
: agricultural and manufactured 1i
I i I YOUR CLOSEST OUTLET Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator_ and Inhalator
products an outstanding art
l Llathap under:this .
headlm For Quality Furniture
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't..: 2 eeati per word each iaertlea exhibit livestock and poultry Garcia Funeral Home
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I "We're Out of the
. BO cents I* minimum charge
shows, a flower show, women'sexhIbIt i Hight Rent District"CHRIS'S .
: :0 FOR RENT-Small furnished and the famed electrical II I P. E. GARCIA. Licensed, Funeial Director

., cottage for rent, near school, FURNITURE
" exposition sponsored ,by. the I LADY ASSISTANT '

. '. suitable for couple only. Phone Tampa Electric Co:/, 166O RIdgrewood Are. Holly Hill ..... ............................. -.L. . . . .-
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". work. 25 years or ,over, good ;: ;:
F. working-''conditions "Must have. '; ; -

: r own transportation. Apply after '\ ... ,

', _.' ,." 11 A l\I. No phone calls please. ::

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may need you. For information, 4
t. write AVON MANAGER,. ;box J'f
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y r 246. Lockhart, Fla. +' .
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fr FOB, SALE-Creosoted telephone .-' :f v.,::.
:" Poles 30 to 50 feet long, 20 cents ( II I i 1 j, }yf
per foot. Harold, Massie Flag, 1 : .......... { : .., ,q i1R r. .. .. .
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f, ler Beach' 1-21--4tp -

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e LOST Rd female hound with +2

i two straight splits in ear. Also

red ,male. dog with 'scar on --'

w;. mouth and John ,
ear. ,
Quigley There's nothing like and catlike Chc rroZet. This is the
a new ear- no new a Impala Sport Coupe!
r.. ,Star Route 2, ,St. Augustine. .

Jan 21-2tp,, Chevrolet speaks of the
Sixties _
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other cart broad
no a
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FOB RENT Unfurnished house "" 1
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' spaciousness, stirring new concepts '
r' : ,large living 'room, dining room; .: :''1J. r. styling and strong emphasis on spiritand ;
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'. and kitchen, 2 bedrooms, 2baths, .' ..: (0) thrift.

: HillcreSt, Flagler Beach, phone ','S ...., @I 60 .. 0 ," -, Step inside this superlative '60 and 1 .( <

S HE 9.2247. Howard Wisehaupt -,' look at the worlds! of room around,/

"S>' Jan '21-2tc 't' room, hip room, shoulder- -
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: room. Note how Chevrolet's \, .

(- ; FOR SALE-Three ideal lots on '.>t EVycle have further flattened and 4."
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,:, ; immediately.. HARRISBOTTLE P"A-" ;: V engineered to deliver up to 10% more :: '

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THE FLAGLER
TRIBUNE BUNNELL
\ .:. _: FLORIDA .Th11t"CI1n... T...>- :i OO i nin
; --- -' '- -- --=-:::. __ -
-.cREQUEST ; ,..,. -U-6U'-4a..f, Uii.eJ, .I.i70V
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IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF -. -.- .- -
FOR, BIDS
,';'t '. FLAGLER COUNTY'FLORIDA, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFVTHF. I
.' IN CHANCERY NO. 3965 Sealed bids will be received in FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA IN SEVENTH JUDICIAL cording to plat of ,Bunnell De '
,:CHARLES MJ5THVIN. the office of the City Clerk of the CHANCERY NO. 3931 IN AND FOR FLAGLER CIRCUIT COUN- velopment : in -
City of Bunnell Florida. in the WILLI Plat compani.recorded
Plaintiff TY Book
FLORIDA. LAW .
VOLLERTHUN.Plaintiff NO. T87 :
t. Civic Center Building on or before ords
VS. NOTICE OP RULE NISI r of Flagler'County. Florida;
o'clock noon, on the 1st
'BETTT METHVIN. 12:00 vs. STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT thence run Easterly along the
Defendant.I day of February. A. D. 1960., for one JOHANNA VOLLERTHUN. OF FLORIDA an Agency of the South line of the N& of said
Department, type stationary
NOTICE TO 1HFRND Fire Defendant State of Florida Tract 10 to Intersect the West

THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: siren 7%as horsepower follows: NOTICE TO DEFEND .. and right of way line: of the John

Betty Metavin 3-phase. Federal'or THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: FLAGLER COUNTY, a political Anderson Highway; thence
volt
220 Subdivision- Northerly along said right of
706 Selvidge Streets Johanna Vollerthun the State of I
. Dalton equivalent : Florida way line to Intersect the West
Georgia 1122 A>enica .tmazonaa.
shall
Each bid be. addressed to
You are hereby notified that, a Porto Alegre boundary of the NH of said
Commissioners. Petitioners
I the Bunnell.
,
suit baa been filed against you in Florida.City The City Commissioners Rio Grande do I I I Tract 10: thence Southerly along
the above entitled cause: and Sul Brazil said West boundary to the
., _' are hereby required to file your'an you- reserve! the right to reject any and You are hereby notified that a PAUL B. KEVLLT, ET AL.. I Southwest corner of the N& of

-: Y aver with the Clerk of this Court. all bid bids that in BitsJudgment will the suit has been filed against you Defendants. said Tract 10 and the point of

and to serve a copy thereof upon for the best Interest of .the City in the above entitled cause; and NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN Beginning.
the plalntif or plaintiffs attorney you are hereby required to file PROCEEDINGS
Bunnell. Florida. I
of
whose name and address is: WITNESS my hand and official your answer with the Clerk of IN THE NAME AND BY THE NE% of SWtt of SE% of Section -

Frank G. Howatt seal this 19th day of January, A. D. this Court and to serve a copy AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF 11. Township 12 South
; Box 706. RFD Range 31 East the same being
No. 1 thereof upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs FLORIDA
A St. Augustine Florida 1960. whose and the N% of Tract 9, Block D,
, E. S. 'MayorCity attorney name TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON I
.. ', ...* .mot- latex' ,than February 6th A. D. of MORRIS Florida address is: CERN. and to all persons and according to plat of Bunnell De-
velopment aforesaid
1960. (Official Seal)' Samuel V. Holch parties havingor claiming any : Company ,
t If you fail to ,do so, decree pro ATTEST; P. O. Box 471 right, title. Interest estate, mortgage I I EXCEPTING THEREFROM:
*4.. confesBO will be entered against L, H. DRADY City Clerk East Palatka. Floridanot or other lien to or on those That portion East of the the
6: ,:you for the relief demanded\ in the January 21-28-2tc' later than February %6th, A.D., certain parcels of land hereinafter John Anderson Highway and
'f 'bill of complaint. The 'nature of 1960. described. and the following persons that portion North of a line

'f WITNESS for and THCIRCUIT COURT OF If you fail to do so, decree pro together with all unknown parallel to and 214 feet South
;; from
hand the North line of said NH
my seal of COUNTY confeaso will be entered againstyou
FLAGLER FLORIDA .
\, said Court this 4th day of January IN CHANCERY NO. 3912 for the relief demanded In the undernknownmpersons who are dead of said Tract 9 West of said
r- John
A. D. 1960. JOAN V. ALBERTSON. bill of complaint. The nature of or who are not known to be deador Anderson Highway,
(Offlell Seal) Plaintiff said suit being for Divorce. : alive: lying west of and within 40 feet
t RALPH E. HARBERT WITNESS my hand and seal.of. of the center line of State Road
L Clerk of said Circuit Court vs. I said Court this 26th day of Janu- Oakes AmesAccounting S-201. Section 73560 said center
EARL EUGENE ALBERTSON. line
;; Jan. 7-14-21-28-ritc being described as follows
ary A.D. 1960. Service Corporation
Defendant. Official Seal 75 Federal Begin. on the South line of Section
1 (
) Street
i IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND NOTICE TO DEFEND I RALPH E. HARBERT. Boston Massachusetts SRD 4-R 11. Township 12 South.
No.
f';, THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: Range 31
FOR FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA Clerk of said Circuit Court East at a point 965.59
t Earl Eugene Albertson feet West from the Southeast
IN CHANCERY NO. 3916 Jan. 28 & Feb. 4-1l-18--Uc Blanche Ames Ames
SOPHIA G. BRAND. 22 Bunting Lane corner of said Section 11 and
?', Ridge. Pennsylvania Accounting Service Corporation North 1731'15'Vest 2043.SI
.. Plaintiff, Green IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 75 ,Federal Street run
You are hereby notified that a IN feet to the North line of the
WALTER N.vs. suit has been filed against you in FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA Boston. Massachusetts SRD No. 4-R SV4 of Tract 4. Block D, Bun-
e,, BRAND. JR-:, CHANCERY NO. 3886
entitled'cause and nell
: the above ; you Development Company'sSubdivision
t JOHN ARNERI .George M. Barrett
"i, IN THE NAME OFfTHE STATE are hereby required to file your an- Plaintiff 223 Country Club Road aforesaid at a point
;: swer with the Clerk of this Court, 273.47 feet West from the
ti; OF FLORIDA TO: New Britain. Connecticut SRD No.
and thereof Northeast said 8 of
Walter N. Brand Jr. to serve a copy upon vs. 30-R corner of %
.
t- c/o Smith Korona the plaintiff or plaintiffs 'attorney, LOUISE ARNERI. said Tract 4.
'0/-;: Engineer whose name and address is: Defendant Alice The land herein described con-
ing Dept. B.
-Barrett .
,
'"'.f,. Washington. St. Robert L. Wilson NOTICE TO DEFEND 223 tains .17 acre. more or less.AWNED .
Or, 533 Seabreeze Boulevard THE STATE OF ,FLORIDA. TO: Country Club Road BY: Florence H. Dow.
Syracuse New New
York Britain, Connecticut SRD No.
Suite 200. Sebanc Building Louise Arnerl
You are hereby to file 30-U .'
to the required Daytona Beach Florida Residence Unknown SRD No. 30-R RIGHT OF WAY
answer Bill
your of .
t. ... ; filed herein against you Complaint in- not later than February 15, A. D. You are hereby notified that a Susan Drake Sears*_ i That part of:

Jr the above entitled cause on or be- 1960. suit has been filed against you c/o Paul Ezra Lord Beginning at the Southwest cor-
;fore the 12th day of February. If you fail to do so. decree pro in the above entitled cause; and 60 Broadway ner of Tract 3, running 107 feet
1960. upon H. T.' Cook confesso will be. entered against you are hereby required to file New York East, thence 58 feet North
Esquire, 4; New York SRD No.
for the relief demanded in the with the Clerk of
you your answer
P.: plaintiffs attorney herein whose 11113. thence West to the East line
.'I: adddress is Citizens Bank Building. bill of complaint. The nature of this Court and to serve a copy ; of the John Anderson Highwayas

, Bunnell. Florida. "The Plagler Tri said suit! being for divorce. thereof upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs Florence H. Dow it now lies thence in a
bune" is hereby designated as theo WITNESS my hand and seal of attorney whose name, and 1506 Sunset BoulevardLos Southeasterly direction along

. this order said Court this 7th day of January address is: Angeles, California SRD No. the East line of John Anderson
shall be publishedhoncce a week for A. D. U60.Omclal Samuel V. Holch 25 Highway as it now lies to a

, ; four consecutive weeks. ( Seal) P. O. Box 471 / t point on the South line of Tract

,,' HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A DE- RALPH E. HARBERT East Palatka. Florida Josephine Dow ., 4. thence East to the point of '"
e----: CREE PRO CONFESSO WILL BE Clerk of said Circuit CourtU21.28 not later than February 26th A.D., Dana Point California -SRD No. 33 beginning, in the South half of

.:, :. ENTERED AGAINST YOU. FOR .Jan & Feb. 4- tc 1960. Tract 3 and South half of Tract

,"" SUCH FAILURE. If you fail to do so decree pro Mary Elizabeth Dyer 4. Block D, Section 11, Town-
-' The nature of this suit is a bill I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS confesso will be entered against c/o Paul Ezra Lord ship 12 South. Range 31 East
for divorce. NAME ,,LAW you for the relief demanded In the 60 Broadway in the Bunnell Development

, .' .. WITNESS my hand and seal at bill of complaint. The nature of New York 4, New York SRD NO. Company's Subdivision as recorded -
t Bunnell. Flagler County. Florida TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: said suit being for Divorce. 1112,13 in Plat Book 1. page 1,

this 11th day of January 1960. Notice is hereby given that the WITNESS my hand and seal. of public records of Flagler County -

(Official Seal) undersigned, pursuant to Chapter said Court this 26th day of. January Faguler National Bank of Warren- Florida
r '. RALPH E. HARBERT 20353 Laws of Florida, 1341, win A.D. 1960. ton'Virginia as Trustee lying East of and within 40 feet

.". As Clerk Circuit Court register with the Clerk of the Cir- (Official Seal) Warrenton. Virginia SRD NO. of the centerline of State Road S-
-y':.; Flagler County, Florida cuit Court in and for Flalger RALPH E. HARBERT. 11:12.13 201. Section 73560 said centerline
( ," .Jan. 14-21-28 & Feb. 4-ito County. Florida, upon receipt of Clerk of said Circuit Court being described as follows:

'. proof L publication ...of. _this. notice. Jan. 28 & Feb. f-lt-18-ftc DeBorah Dyer Kneeland Begin on the South line of Sec-
: 3N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ine ucuiious name. LU-WII c/o Paul Ezra Lord tion 11. Township 12 South.
:.-: ; .IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUN- W. W. BILLIARD PARLOR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 60 Broadway Range 31 East, at a point 965.59

TY FLORIDA IN PROBATE. under which we are engaged at FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA New York 4, New York SRD NO. feet West from the Southeast
CASE NO. operating billiard parlor at Flagler IN CHANCERY NO. 3024 11:12:13 corner of said Section 11 and
JIN RE: Estate otMARGUERITE Beach. Florida and that the undersigned HELEN COUGHLIN. run North 1731'15'Vest 2043.81

SLEASON. are the only persons Interested Plaintiff. SECTION ':3300-:601 STATE ROAD feet to the North line of the

Deceased. in said business. vs S-2O1 FLAGLER COUNTY. DESCRIPTIONS South H of Tract 4, Block D.

NOTICE OF PROBATE Dated at Bunnell Florida this CHARLES W. COUGHLIN. Bunnell Development Company's
"TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED I 22nd. day of January 1960. Defendant. \ Subdivision. aforesaid at a
IN THE ESTATE OF- SAID DECEDENT BERNIE' WILSON NOTICE TOiDKKEXD SRD No. 4-R RIGHT OF WAY point 273.47 feet West from the

:: -I' .- GEO. E. WICKL1NE ; THE STATE OF.FLORIDA, TO: That "of Northeast corner of said South
part !
You are hereby notified that a Jan. 28 & Feb. 4..11-18-ttc Charley* W. oughllnRA l/4 of said Tract.
'Written Instrument purporting to 12253525Co. of The land herein described contains
Lot the Bulow
T>e the Last Will and Testament of IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF A. 2nd B. C. 'T. tion 7 Grant Sec- 896 square feet more or less
said decedent has been admitted to FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA IN A. P. O. No. 81 Range 38.31 Township 12 South OWNED BY: George M. Barrett
probate In this New York. New York East. and his wife Alice B. Barrett.
Court. You are CIIANCERY NO. 3933 > lying within 50 feet
on each side
hereby commanded within -six cal PERCIVAL BORDE. You are hereby notified that a I
of the line
center of State Road
, endar months from the date of the Plaintiff suit has been filed against you In S-201. Section said SRD No. 33 RIGHT OF. WAY

drat publication of this notice to 'vs. the above entitled cause; and you line being described 73560. with center refer- That part of:

'appear in this Court and show JOYCE BORDE. are hereby required to file your answer -J ence to said Lot 7. as follows: .1 A strip of land 20 feet in width

cause If any you can why the Defendant with the' Clerk of this Court Begin on the South line of said lying and being Northerly of
'said n Will this Court in admitting NOTICE DEFEND and to serve a copy thereof upon Lot 7 at a point 8714.97 feet the South line of that part of

to probate should not THE STATE OF" FLORIDA ''TO the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney Easterly from the Southwestcorner the S% of Tract 4. 'Block D,
,
stand unrevoked. whose. name and address is: west of the Westerly boundaryof
Joyce Borde thereof and run North I
DUANE A, DEEN. Ray Selden John Anderson Highway in
13 Main Street 1556'15'Vest 2531.59 feet to
., County Judge Flagler County CocoritePort Selden Building 800 Main St. the North line of said Lot 7 at Section 11. Township 12 South

First publication on January7, of Spain, Trinidad. Daytona Beach. Florida a point\ 2905.22 feet Westerly Range 31 East according to the
Jan I960. B. W. I. not later than February 25th A. D. I from the Northeast corner I plat of the Bunnell DeveopmentCompany's
: 7.14.21.28-Ito ; 1960. Subdivision as recorded -
You are hereby notified that a thereof: thence continue North
If you fall" to do so, decree pro in Plat Book 1. page 1.
\ suit has been filed against you I 1556.15'Vest 2152.71 feet to :
IN TilE CIRCUIT confesso will be entered againstyou
COURT OF public records of Flagler Coun-
entitled and the North line
FLAGLER :in the above cause of Lot 6 of said I II .
for the relief demanded in the
: COUNTY FLORIDA. Bulow ; ty. Florida. :
hereby.required to file Grant at
are a point 2205.10 -
IN CIIANCEUY NO. 3909 you bill of complaint. The nature of lying West of and within 40 feet
this feet ;:
answer with the Clerk of Westerly from
,;, ::1 .AIr CACIOLI, vour said suit being for Divorce. I'I of the centerline of State Road S201. -
Court and to serve thereof east corner of said
a copy described..
i, WITNESS hand and seal of
Plaintiff upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs at- my The strip of land herein Section 73560. said centerline
" said Court this 20th of
day JanuaryA.
being described follows
as :
vs. contains
and address Is: 2.91
torney. whose name acres more less
or
:
.' THERESA ANN CACIOLI. Samuel V.. Holch D. 1960.Official exclusive of area in existing right Begin on the South line of Sec-
>' ; Defendant 'P. 0, Box 471 ( Seal) I I of way.OWNED. I tion 11. Township 12 South.

", NOTICE TO DEFEND East Palatka. Floridanot Clerk RALPH of E.'ald HARBERT Circuit Court BY Oakes Ames and i I I ffeetgtiVes E from a point heast
THE STATE OF his the
FLORIDA. TO: later than February 26th. A.D.. Wife Blanche Ames Ames.
., Theresa Ann Cacloli 1960.If. Jan. 28 & Feb. -U-18-4tc !I I cornerorth said Section 11 and

f- 205 Center Lane fall to do so. decree .pro SRD No 111213 RIGHT OF WAY 1731'15West 2043.81
you
Levittown. New York IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT. !ilR''EXTII' feet to the North line of the
will be entered againstyou
f' You are hereby notified that confesso for the relief demanded in the JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN, AND That part of: South H of Tract 4, Block D,

;:.' :8ult has been filed against you in a bill of complaint. The nature of FOR FLAGLER COUNTY FLOR- Lot 3 of the Bulow Grant, as Bunnell Development Company's

F: : 'the above entitled cause: and you said suit being for Divorce. IDA. EQUITY No. 393O designated on map or plat of Subdivision aforesaid at a
' ti: tare hereby required to file WITNESS hand and seal of DORIS BARTHELMESS. part of Sections 37 and 38.- point 273.47 feet West from the
.' your an- ray
:_ ;, iswer with the Clerk of this Court said Court this 26th day of JanuaryA.D. Plaintiff Township 12 South. Ranges 31 Northeast corner of said South
:4: and to serve a copy thereof 1960.Official RICHARDeBARTHELiESS. and 32 East, said plat being annexed % of said Tract 4.
,the upon The land herein described contains
'': plaintiff or plaintiffs to report of Commissioners -
::;;. V. '' .' '.V..''',. whose name and address attorney.Is:. ( .RALPH Seal) E. HARBERT. Defendant. in partition suit of Charles 315 square feet more or less.

;t" ..; > Jtay Selden Clerk of said Circuit Court NOTICE TO APPEAR AND Bucknor vs. William F. Buck- OWNED BY: Josephine Dow.
.
#!:t Selden Building 4-11-18-4tc ANSWERIN nor et al. said Commissioners'_
Jan. 28 & Feb.
1..; Daytona Beach Florida THE NAME OF THE STATE. Report having been flied in the TAKE NOTICE that a Declaration -
' ; ', mot later than, February SEVENTH OF FLORIDA.TOf : Office of the Clerk of the Cir- of Taking has been filed in
12. A. D. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
<: 1(0. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF RICHARD BARTHELMESS cuit Court. Volusia County. Flor the above-styled cause by the Pe-
! -i fail 156 Mun ell Road ida. September 20. 1867. titioners, the acquiring authority
: IN AND FOR FI/AG-
'eonfesso FLORIDA.
1" :' '. will'' tbed entered i cagainst LER COUNTY. CHANCERY NO. East Patchogue, lying within 50 feet on each aIde of these proceedings of the takingof
k: you for the relief demanded In the Long Island. New York of the centerline of State Road the above-described lands for
r: You are hereby notified that the set forth in the Petition :
V The WOODROW CLINTON. a S-201. Section 73560. said centerline purpose
said suicomplaint. nature
of CARL
rL divorce. Plaintiff.- suit has been brought against you being described with reference to in this cause viz: As rightof
r. WITNESS my In the Circuit Court of Flasrler said Lot 3. as follows: way for a portion of State Road

r.-' said Court this 6th dVSfJaenauayCOfflcial -Ta. County In Equity bv DORIS BAR Begin on the South line of Lot S-201. Flagler County Florida. and

t.:' A. D. 1960. I JANE NO33LE CLN Defendant THELMESS. .Plaintiff and you are 4 of the Bulow Grant as shownon that the Honorable Geo. Wm. Jackson -

:,-r.; Seal) hereby required to file personally. the above mentioned plat, at one of the Circuit Judges of
E RALPH 'E. HARBERT NOTICEIN or by attorney, with the Clerk of a point 2367.74feet Westerly the Seventh Judicial Circuit of

t'. Clerk of 8 ldw Circuit Court THE NAME OFTHE STATE said Court your written defenses from the Southeast corner of Florida, will on February 9. 1960

:,...' Jan.. 14-21-25 & Feb. 4-4tc OF FLORIDA: if any. to the Bill in Equity In said Lot 4; thence run North at 2:0,0 o'clock P.M.: in the Circuit
,' TO: Jane Noble Clinton said suit on or before the 9th day U-li6'15' West 1742.29 feet to Court Chambers In the Flagler
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 1404 Meadow Road of February A. D. 1960. and also the beginning of a curve concave County Courthouse at Bunnell.

T- .. FLAGLRR COUNTY, FLORIDA. Columbus 12. V Ohio : to serve a CODY of your written to the Southwesterly and Florida consider said Declaration
' IN CHANCHRY NO. 3918 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED defenses upon M sBrs. ORSINSKY; & having a radius of 1146.28 feet; of Taking appoint appraisers and
$:, LEARY a NEWTON.; JR., that a Bill of Complaint ,has ,been KROU Attorneys for Plaintiff at thence along said curve through make such Order as the Court

: 5 ,Plaintiff filed against you in the Circuit their offices: at 411 Main Street -a central angle of 22*%9'08a deems proper. All parties to the
. V' 5R Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit Daytona Beach. Florida on' or before < distance of 449.71 feet to the suit and all parties interested may
.r/ \ vs of Florida. in and for Flagler the 29th day of appear and be heard at the
February. A. South line of said Lot 3 at a time
.,: : : ANGELA, RUTH HELMS NEWTON Chancery, by,Carl,Wood- D- and
'. ; County in 1150. as reouired by the 'Flor point 2264.86 feet Westerly from place designated.
I Defendant Clinton. The, nature of said ida Equity You and each of
L : : NOTICE TO row Rules and herein fall the Southeast corner thereof: you are hereby
.. DEFEND suit is a Bill for Divorce You net or Decree Pro Confesso and thence continue along said commanded to appear by filing an
V VV T.AngeTAR OF ) Newi TO: are hereby required to file personally Final Decree will be entered curve through a central angle answer to the petition heretofore
r Helms by,attorney with the Clerk against filed in this in the
'; "6lJ Welch Street or YOU by default. of 1052'. a distance of 23.62 cause above-
North of said, Court your written de That the nam of the Court in feet to end of curve; thence entitled Court on or before the 14th
"Monroe.
i Carolina fenses. If any you have to said which day of March. A. D.
" You said suit has been Instituted North 139'36'15 West 2076.46 1960. to show
suit has are been hereby filed notified that a Compielnt.land to serve same upon is the Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial feet to the North line of said what right, title. Interest, or liens
." against you in the undersigned attorney for Plaintiff ", Circuit of Florida. Iq and for Lot 3 at a point 2333.36 feet you or any of o
the aV entitled abo
>ve
cause; and you on or before the 19th day of Flagler County in Equity and that Westerly from the Northeast to any of the e-described
i... \&
. \ 'lreb-erebs swer-Witt tM, Crleedrkto otfi.ltehi.Court Febru.rv.A.: D. I960 to-wit the title of said cause is as herein corner thereof: thence continue lands and show cause why the

and to arw GILLB PIB AND GILLESPIE above set forth. North 39"36'15 Vest 25 feet to same should not be taken for the

'r tJ the plaintiff w a plaintiffs copy thereof upon Attorneys at Law You are further notified that the survey Station 122--00 and the ur111'; purpose set forth In the
;S attorney Bank of New.Smyrna Bldg. nature filed herein.
", of s"ldsuit is a suit for end of this centerline
descrip-
...: whose na M ad address. is Smyrna B ach. Florida. divorce WITNESS
H. .T. OOKBunoftil. : I New custody of minor children tion. my Hand and the Official -
f: THE FLAGLJSR TRIBUNE is and other relief r*ere fully net The land herein described contains Seal of sid: Court on thin
Florida
: ted as the newspa- forth In Plaintiff's Bill In 2.42 2Sth day of Januar ATDT
Equity acres, less
later than, more or exclusive 1960.
Mt <
February plrln'which
.. 15. A. D. thta Notice shall be in this ot .
cause. area in 1.
existing right of
S t
.
1*.*. way. "
published once aweek; : for four (4) WITNESS my hnd and seal of OWNED"BY Mary ,Elizabeth RALPH E.
...-'.. If you fail to do so. decree .e.ka., hf fflce : Dyer. HAHBERT
pro couectt". at Runnel Flakier County DeBorah Clerk
of
will be Dyer Kneeland. Susan the
eesf hand 'And official
: ..fer ids relief demanded against in the seal W1TNRS8.at' BVaaelL"Iny .W****!* County, Florida D. 1960.this t6th day of January, Drake Sears, and Faquier National Flagler County,. ', ; r Court,

.0 i .fif ooJlatnt. The nature'If Florida. this ,JJfttI day of January RALPH HARBERT Trustee Bank of of Warren Estate ton.of Virginia W. Wilson as (Court Seal)

divorce. A. D. 1* As Clerk of the Circuit '
Court Drake deceased. H. T. COOK.
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i Mrs, J. C. Hall, Sr., has asher bar. V and V-:Mrs. T. E.Holdenwere -,, l' .; ".

in Gainesville Saturday 1
houseguest, this week her

I sister in law, Mrs. George Hall, attending the Mills- -McGriff wedding 1 j Bunnell TheatreFri.
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of Cambridge Ohio who is wintering -

LOCALS. in DeLand. Jack Clegg was. a business I!
If' 1 visitor in Miami several days"! Fri. & Sat Jan. 29-30

Mr. and Mrs, F. A. Talley haveas this week. j THE SAD, HORSE :.'

their house guests for an extended I .
t.. PALATKA CEREMONY UNITES I bridal illusion. She carried a I visit Mr. and Mrs. G. :M. Sammie Whitaker is visitingat Starring

ff', '' r MISS CAMPBELL G. CURRIE I white prayerbook topped with Smith of Lamed, Kansas, and the hotne of her parents during Chill Wells &. David LaM
.1'- '\ white sweetheart 'roses, velvet the semester holidays. I
Mr, and Mrs. Charles Davis of ;
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p The wedding of Miss April > i
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maidenhair fern and. a satin
St. John, Kansas. Mrs. Davis
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t' Suzanne: Campbell to George shower: of lily of the valley and Mr. Smith are sister and .. ... .... .
\#. Eugene Currie, Jr. was solmen- Mrs Ida Lee; of Jacksonville . . . .Y FhZN!N I Sun. & Mon. Jan. 31 &"Feb' 1
brother of Mrs. Talley's.
R'' ized January .16th in the St. served as matron' of honor a.tired -'t t Mr. and Mrs Talley Joined FRED A. FRUITS THAT .NAUGHTY GALS:
f: James Methodist Church in Par I '
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the for tour r
group a through'thesouthern
;.+' .latka. as a sheath ,with butterfly part .of the state this I Starring /,.
JEWELER'DIAMONDS.WATCHES .
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Brigitte Bardot ,..
James Fletcher Campbell, of satiori and she I '
in matching carried REPAIRING ,' ,.
',_,,.. Riverdale ,and the bridegroom I an 'arrangement of large I \'. .-.'".-._.........., ....-...-.-.-._... :- ,:.', '.
is the son of Mr.and Mrs.George yellow fruji chrysanthemums. Miss Betty Jo Revels was a ;

Eugene Currie, Sr.,, Palatka I .. .,. C" ,,"
l:' :o{ : !I The bridesmaids were Miss recent weekend visitor in Cocoa '" ,

r The Rev. Waldo Farrabee performed I Virginia Brown of Hastings, and)with relatives !p. -. ... '.... -. ,

the double-ring cere 'Miss Pricilla, Parkin of Jacksonville j ." t : .

., mony. and were attired as the J Richard Brewer of Westchester, < FRESH PURE J G.* :.
,; The lovely bride, given in matron of honor. jV- '
; marriage by her father, wore a Dwanne Preston served as best I Ohio, was a recent overnight I '.': ;: 'Grapefruit and Orange, Juice $1,25 per gallon I *'
I guest of Mr. and Mrs. George M.
t.. floor-length formal' gown of man, and ushers were Harrelson Moody of Flagler Beach. He is .' We Deliver ,

white lace and taffeta. The' Johnson of .Palatka, Roland Pacetti Mrs. Moody's'cousin.. : ;", .'; .
'I' softly.molded lace bodice featured of Riverdale, and Doyle "
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t=: a neckline embroidered York of Palatka. 1 : ,. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller were ,
!"{ with seed pearls and an empire Mrs. Joel Padgett of Hastings ; V
t, waistline with long, fitted grid I offered organ selections and traditional in Orlando Friday and Satur- ; _' North Ocean Shore Boulevard at 4thStreet..
I. I day attending a meeting of the
lace buttoned sleevs tapering wedding marches. She
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FLAGLER BEACH Phone HE 9-2386
I'r into lily points at the wrist. The i accompanied Miss :Martha Lou I -
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4 full skirt of the gown was created Middleton of Hastings as soloist.

2' in panels of white taffeta I Mrs- W. E. Simmons, grand l .
Henry DeForest of Monument I ,
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Beach, Mass., is spending a short
t She wor a crown of seed pearls I in blue lace over taffeta with '
time at Flagler Beach on a business Insured & Rest Assured
from which draped her veil of matching accessories. She worea INSIIE-Sfiy .
I I trip. He is a former resident I
of pink carnations.
; corsage of Flagler Beach and says
Mrs. Currie, for her son's wedding -
GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM
r he plans to return there to re "
wore an original of
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E. Holden spent several AGENCY' .
peau de sole. She wore accessories H. T. COOK ,
days this week in New Smyrna :
Memorial ChurchInterdenominational I in pink with a
matching
'"' Beach doing relief work for J .
,oS corsage of pink Amazon lilies. Earl Moody. Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida s-
:, Daytona Ave.. I Following a reception, the .

FLAGLER BEACH I couple left for a wedding trip
to the southern part of the state.

Sunday School 10:00 A.M. I"They will reside in East Palatka.

Church Service 11:00 A.M. The bride Is a former resident
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DICKERT : of Bunnell and the groom is the I'm about
R. IV.: Pastor f
I great-nephew of Mrs"George.Allen ,crazy my
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r PICNICS ; Ib Z9c /Homes, kitchens are push-button miracles. They have modern electric; .

r .',. V r ranges for flameless, cool,"white glove" clean mealtime magic. .:":,
Western 'Corn Fed '. :yV if!- ;: water heaters care-free, dependable, and flameless for (
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MODERN outlets within '
LIMAS r 27e easy read
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Birdseye oz.. ': .Flameless,smoke-free'and white glove" LIGHT-FpRLIVING
clean. Walls and curtains stay cleanerr."V" Ample provision for room and entrance
GREEN PEAS :" 2 .41c lODger. lighting. Illumination for safety, eye
f w 'DYMORE comfort,and decorative beauty
"RED A T." Look for the Medallion-the 1udl11UJTk
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Ii' \ \ .merce is covered in these fig building, and the balance was j
j? % Exports"I ::: ures. Additional foreign commerce used fox: operating and other t
[t.t 1 moved by Air.FARMERS farm

,\ .:.:\' I Drop Sh"-. ; The expenses.demand for new farm I Call On Us

USE homes is continuing to increase,

E.t .;,,', Exports from Florida's principal i Green said, and 1960 promisesto .. ..
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.,, ; seaports LOAN FUNDSMore <. --,
t : :; were worth $174,000,000 through J amount of funds loaned for this I ..,.< "--/< ,
:: ." ','. August of-last year,,'a 6 per cent funds were loaned purpose. He added that; funds I -
":.;:A" drop from 1958, while imports!I the Farmers Home Administration are now available and shouldbe I
::: entering these ports amounted i I to Central Florida farmers II j sufficient to take care of all "< .

|:;: V to $224,200,000, a. gain of 24 percent !I during 1959 than 1n_ any other eligible applicants.' I When' "

r'o.. the Florida State Chamber i I year, according to Curtis Green, Farm families, who cannot t
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; .:. of Commerce reported. I FHA supervisor.. obtain adequate credit from other .i .
k-: c# In volume, exports totaled 3,.' Green said that $307,000 was sources, Green said, are < .
;'., : 046,150 tons, up 14 per cent dur. .. loaned by his office to farmersin I able for these direct elig-I' '"
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;, '. ing the first eight months of this Seminole, Orange, Vol usia. loans. The loans are .

::0 J year, and imports came to 4,. Brevard, and Flagler counties. low rates of Interest and the repayment ., YouGO Need
:.." :.,;..' '' 032,800, tons, an increase of 12 t About $209,000 was used to construct period may extend over :
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t: per cent over the same. period i new homes or other farm many years. ,
f. : .F' In 1958. 1- I
E'" .; '.. Tampa, which accounted for

.f" .):1..::.'- foreign about 46 commerce per cent of in the volume state's,I Open Letter to the beard of County IJ IJI .. .

r/-; (: handled 3,114,150 tons in exports CoMMissioRers of Flagler County .

. ;'-; aid imports together, worth I I D..

.: '",::. $77,100,000. Jacksonville moved On Tuesday, January 12, 1960, at the regular sched- I : "
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: uled meeting-of the Veterans 01 Foreign Wars Flag I
f r '. I. the highest value of any port'sioreign ler County Post 5213 a motion was made and duly
h trade during the eight seconded that a letter be written to each County I
: months. Port Everglades hand. Commissioner in regards to the County Service Of
.,,S '.' led 903,000 tons valued at $31- I
ficer. The motion stated that we desire the officeof I
...::: .. "700,000; West Palm Beach 560- the County Service Officer to be open on a full I .
'.. Printing
L 100 tons avlued at.$78,100,000
"' '' time basis such as the other offices in the Court I
and :Miami 319,450 tons :worth ; house and that the .office will be paid a just and !

t ti. $76)<<)0,000. liveable wage. This was passed unanimously.Two ) S
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t Pensacola's port handled 133.
.!- 350 tons worth $20,800,000; Boca other motions were passed that a copy of this I

r..-;\ -Grande moved 148,850 tons at letter be printed in The Flagler Tribune to show I -

,.:, .- $1,200,000 and Panama City that the eighty (80) members of Post 5213 and .. .. ';S-.,>.,.-'
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R. .. moved 93,150 tons at $7,000,000. their families are deeply interested in keeping the '. j -. ,..!- T'
. ., The state totals include smaller County Service Office functioning on a full time :. -
j -. shipments through other ports basis and that a copy of this letter accompany the .. OFFICE. FORMS I-:7., ".

not reported separately. They petition to be presented at a later. date to.the Board' ,
also include some five million of County Commissioners. : ,
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FLAGLER COUNTY VETERANS I.
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if<:: :><:'::' :.:: ., '., 1 Since I grow, buy, and :::> :: '' : I used DITHANE M-22 ex ..: ,/ ; ... t .

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DITHANE M-22 does an outstanding job of growing season. In spite of excessive rain- ,

controlling blight on potatoes. plan to fall and severe blight conditions experienced :, '

continue using DITHANE M-22 and will on Long Island this past summer,we : ; ,
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recommend it to all my potato-growing -' ,
customers. men like the convenience of DITHANE M-22 ,. .
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Jack C. Nichols, MARKS WHOLESALE POTATOES, > .
:-k n c.,ELBA.' fungicides.Wewillcertainlycontinuewi ,-/ :::We'Don't
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-- .-:i ,g DITHANE M-22 another year. ", ( ." .

>,.":' .: w: *'. .,..exceptional control of late blight." G. H. Stelzer, SUNRISE TRAIL FARM, PECONIC lON s ; 4

I used DITHANE M-22 on my entire crop of ISLAND N.Y. '
PRINTINGBut
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season and I feel that the,performance ofthe
The reports, are the same from all over the

product, was outstanding. During the country-outstanding potato blight con :We Do. Some of the_ _,_ Best I,
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: month. of August: we had an excessive trol better yields ease of handling -'. :". ': :' C':" '

amoUD.t of ram in Aroostook County. and and mixing and definite plans to con- : .-: ;r

', late blight rapidly developed in the area., ; tinue'using DITHANE M22. If you haven't ,. ,"., .-' .!

Despite these disease conditions, discovered the proved advantages of \
severe yet I c"e. .
; DITHANE M-22 prevented any late blight this improved maneb fungicide, check with '''; r

development in my crop. Under the cir- yourRohm & Haas fieldman or your .-

"" "cumstances, I feel that DITHANE M-22 pestSade dealer before another day goes, Dial ID 7-328

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: Provide's' Ish crowns of gnarled and twisted hewn with crude axes from the onless, plodded for eight years first pinoes with" ripening seeds
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: : Pinones pinon trees stretch as far as brittle wood. across hostile country toward In a later account of their wan

the eye can see. Grownups beat Tree HaSe Extensive Range Spanish outposts in Sonora. derings, de Vaca stated quite-
Bumper Crop of :' ':: the limbs with brooms to loosen ;; The pinon's home is a land of They were virtually dying of simpy that the pinon nuts' saved,

the nuts. Children run, shouting turquoise blue skies of red hunger when they came to the their lives.

A Rare Treat from tree to tree. Picnic earth; and silver-tipped moun .
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One of natures gifts that no lunches are spread on the blue tain ranges. Common pinon -
I well from Pinus edulis) is the most Important -
has to cultivate grama grass- away (
'man ever attempted All KINDS Oi PEODIfi
..:' control, or Increase is the : the resinous drizzle of the dark-I of America's four spe- VETERANS'If

pinon nut. I green pinones themselves. I cies. Its range extends, from 1-9! ,
southwest Wyoming through
The thin-shelled, sweettastingseeds want a home in II'
The bulk of the commercial. you
Arizona and
i Colorado, .Utah, ,
spill from the cones of I to New York where !
crop goes ; New Mexico to western Texas.
dwarf pines growing on mountains j
machine'and
the nuts are shelled by Few if any grow in Nevada, but PALM HARBOR
and mesas of the South. : sold to candy makers. Vend- !
the pines crop up again in
'" west. The harvest averages about I! ors take a share of the fragrant,:i il < southeast California and the I, will arrange to have .,one

,.:. one million pounds a year.''l lightly roasted nuts to sell to J: Sierra San Pedro Martir of Baja, built to suit you, and'-arrange ARE B M,adsttuNG '
,. But crops tend to be spotty, with' ,New Yorkers who miss the RusSian i iI California. '
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heavy yields appearing at two- your ;financing, with
pine nuts and Italian pis-!
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The sturdy pinon is at homeon
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to five-year intervals,-the Na- I tachios of thefr homelands. j! I
slope, however, dry or
any ,
tional Geographic Society says. NO DOWN PAYMENTNO
Pinon gatherers are their'own'; rocky or distasteful to other I I'
The fall of 1959 brought a best customers, however, as they j i trees. Thus it protects the soil I

t bumper supply, which has have been for a very long time. : from erosion* The pinon grows BONUS / I

-meant a "vond rful feast for And no other people are so adeptat I slowly and may Jive 375 years. .

pinon jays; quail, goats, porcupines cracking the nuts., They go I Nuts need two years to mature. NO DISCOUNT ON YOUR

f, bears, mule deer, chip. in'O e side of the mouth, ina I I .The Spanish conquistador Ca- MORTGAGE hCau

;'. munks, and squirrels: as well steady stream, and the shells I I beza de Vaca was the first .
'-... as people. For the last, pinon shoot out the other. 1 1t European to see and describe a NO COST FOR MY SERVICES
gathering is like a Texas barbecue I Get a home before the time
't Archeologists have turned up pinon. Shipwrecked in the Gulf
a Southern flshfry, and a proof that the pinon pine has I of Mexico in 1528, he and three runs out
New England clambake all roll- JI
., 'been furnishing man with companions ill-clad and weap'
. ed into one. : E.: H. THREADGILL
,warmth food, shelter, and caulk- I
Families Join in Harvest I
ing pitch for centuries-perhaps I ,at Flagler Manoror I
t. Whole families of Indians and
Mexican-Americans climb onto as many as 20,000 years. Ruins t WORLD OUTDOOJIS phone HE 9-2082 -
' of ancient Indian dwellingshave I
sunbaked slopes where the flat- I .
.. .. yielded ashes of pinon I Br i $Exx t ,
fires the remains of nut t,flour, .

and roof beams and door lintels .NOTICEYou

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: i SNAKES are not a popular sub- are hereby notified that the Tax Assessor.

t : WORDS _or Just Bess Human I like to talk some about peopletheydon't them or or his assistant will be present in the various precincts -

I : even think about them. But depending on the day and hour shown below, for the_

I Ql Brad THOUGHTSTHE l upon the section of the purpose of receiving tax returns on real, personal,
in which live,
country you you
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" have to contend with one or more
' ,NA, NA TIaATS A stead and other exemptions ,
I' of the four types of poisonous :
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BOSS
GOOF ,
snakes in this country if you
1 ; 11A! NQ I Na spend any time, in the world outdoors Precinct No. Bunnell, Tax Assessor's Office. -Saturday,
$ :: February 13. 8 A.M. to 12:00 Noon.
,,' It is wise 'to have a healthy
fear of 'uak's. Many veteran Precinct No. 2-Flagler Beach, Post Office.Tuesday, Feb..
rr", I outdoorsmen do. In some sectionsof ruary 16-9:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon.

,. /' the South, squirrel and' quail Reptile Gardens-Tuesday, February 16-2:00 P.M. to

r hunters won't" venture into the 3:00 P.M., .

,, .... woods until after the first But hard Precinct No.- Espanola, County Polling Building-. Tues I
)' "freeze" of. the year. even
f' Of during the winter, when an occasional day. February 16-4:00 P.M. to 4:30 P.M.

,, ; \ warm spell comes along, Precinct No. 3A-Korona-White Eagle-Thursday. February -
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snakes. Just recently, two Mississippi -
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bird dog-victim of a rattlesnake.The February 18-11:00 A.M. to 11:30 A.M.
l : 3-T TIRE ,GoT A BUTTER-UP lour poisonous snakes of
: 01.P GoAT. North' America are the rattlesnake Precinct No. 4A-Bunnell, Post Office--Thursday. February
copperhead, coral snake 18-2:00 P.M. to 2:30 P.M.
'BARGAINS and "cottonmouth" water moc-
( .v cassin. Each is easily recognized.The Precinct No. 4-St. Johns Park, Community,Hall-Thursday.
rattlesnake Is perhaps the February 18-3:00 P.M. to 3:30 P.M. "

( sweeping reductions best known and,is generally con The Tax Laws require that you file a returnon
sidered most dangerous. It attains
still in effect Personal and Intangible Personal Property regardless -
great size, is widely distributed .
r GOODYEAR and has a nasty disposition.The of the amount, before April 1st., and I
broad '
reddish-brown copperhead bands sports alternatingwith am required to assess .a ten percent penalty upon

TURNPIKE- lighter ground color and failure to do so. .

l. S rni-' likes to live in rocky areas where All 'applications for exemption'must be on file
makes him extremely -
coloration .
PROVEDTIRESl' I his difficult to see. before April 1st. The Tax Assessor's Office is open

i.- I The "cottonmouth" is a large from 8 A. M. to 12:00 Noon and 1:00 to 4:30 P. M.

snake, with a heavy body and and we will be glad to render any assistance pos
brown coloration. He spends his '
( time along streams, ponds and sible. '

Ny Smallest of the four, the coral .; .. '" "' .
m snake is ,quite colorful Usually ::' .: D. D. MOODY,
t" :.. y.H : Sifety Ail-Weather I If found under" trash and decaying Tax AssessorJan.

..... matter he is recognized by broad_
f red and black' rings separated bj 28 & Feb. 4-11-3tc -

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iwi-- chilled tomatoes. and 'piping hot I I proved by cooking a day ahead, AMERICANA Cities 'to SeeAiameda.

1 shrimp;} stuffing. ,_ leaving In refrigerator overnightand Alameda California

} ; Stuffed Tomatoes 4 tablespoons butter ; -,: reheating when_ready to ,
v: 4 tablespoons flour -':.? use. Tomatoes should be pre

'. (Florida State :News 'Bureau) 1 'teaspoon salt .' pared only short while in ad.. -

: :';-: 1 egg yolk, slightly beaten., vance. Garnish with_ paprika : T .
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thought tomatoes were 5-
H They bouillon mediately. I II
l '.:: .'. poison and used them only for! 1 tablespoon lemon 'juice '. IJ
It -'' Vvjornaments.: For ages tomatoes "
3 tablespoons dry sherry
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1 pound shrimp I I Flagler
d.. ., : tive qualities of the bright red I
. ; r-... fruit and the vivid green vine.I *& cup coarsely chopped celery 52.50 A Year In Advance ,..
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s :- r," you. '& cup water chesnuts. (Chin. FEDERAL LAND BANK
.+ :;f VMature: stuffed/them with vi- ese) 'chopped ":- '.'

/*, tamins and minerals. An imaginative &' cup mushrooms I FARM LOAN

housewife'can stuff 6 ripe but firm tomatoes.; unpeeled R. W. BRYAN

-:' them with other goodies to enhance I Production Credit Assn.

their taste and nutritive 6 lettuce leaves (large, cup. WedDesday.l0:00PALATKA.

.* '' value. ped) FLORIDA
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',': v of tomatoes are groWn to sup. "refrigerator. ,Clean shrimp O. ;:ALFORD

' plement the nation's winter bring to boll in % cup stock Registered -

.L- "', : salad bowl, a great deal of vaxiety -, with celery, cover and simmer

in the use of this plentiful until tender-about .minutes.. I I !Reai Estate Broker: f y

P -- and versatile vegetable can be Melt butter in medium sauce I BunnelL Florida ,,

: iound- It may turn up on the pan. Blend flour and seasonings.! ... .'.._'.rLhWh'fer....................... California, affectionately termed the "Isle of Pleasant
dining table in the form of a Combine egg yolk and, one cup I 11. lving"" by Its inhabitants. It emerged from territory once part of a
tempting juice appetizer, tangy of stock and add to flour: mix.'I auge grant from the King of Spain to Luis Peralta. When Peralta

catsup or chile sauce, relishable Cook on low heat, stirring con- : claimed the land 150 years ago. it was a peninsula covered with

,. -, relishes, marmalades, soups and stantly until If thickens and TV Bob giant oaks arid abundant with wildlife. Man and time reshaped its
I ooundanes, until one day a tidal canal (or estuary) severed the partthat
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myriad comes to a Carefully was to become Alameda from the mainland in order to provide
f. Here's how a Tallahassee- in lemon juice, sherry, shrimp
? for inner-harbor facilities. An island was created. and is now a
: woman created some flattering water qhesnuts, mushrooms and SERVICE -"thriving cIty-a,distinctly separate community with many fine potentialities
r conservation and anew taste cheese, completely combining I I
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The town Alameda was incorporated driving distance from the hub of
:; _,' drama called ,'''' mato Shrimp.. added. Tubes and in 1854 and became a cosmopolitan San Francisco and
!:'" boats." I Stir well and simmer five city in 1E72.Qae its Eastbay neighbor. Oakland.An .

:.: .' "t-:. '.' -.It's'an exciting ,combination of minutes. The flavor will be im- Antenna Installation of the vital economic fac- underwater tube and five
.J tors supporting the business and bridges link the city to the main
I ''- PHONE, HE 9-2204 commerce of the area is thu tremendous land and major highways. At the

U. S. Naval, Air Station, last official census in 1954, Ala-
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........ THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized 1 the, Pacific Ocean from the wes 70000. Present expansion and de.
1>';':, .... 1I I I terly tip of the city. Dedicated In velopment plans are expected; to
Evlnrude Dealer I 1941,- the huge military reserva. attract an additional 6000 in the
; ',< BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS I tion played a key role in World next few years. The city encom-
Dockage Storage Free Ramp : 'War" and today brings the passes 25 square mlles 77 miles
,. WE FINANCE I buying power of a $50,000,000 an- i of streets, and is at an average
nual payroll into the. region. i elevation. of 15.5 feet above sea
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