The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: February 11, 1960
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00164
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME '48, NO. 5 .BUNNELL, ,FLORIDA. THURSDAY, FEB. 11, 1960 $2.50 YEAR*: X
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County Agent
Without casting doubts as to the business acumen' of "BETTY CROCKER"HOMEMAKER i

anyone,. the :article by 'County Agricultural Agent Howard In Tournament '

Taylor in this Issue about, buying ornamentals from un- Judith Lewis has been named Warns Buyers '

known firms gives me an the'opportunity to again point the 1960 Betty Crocker Home-
out "it is best to buy at home. Play TonightThe maker of Tomrow at Bunnell ,j

: Whatever one needs should be bought In Flagler County '. High School. Of PlantSHere' :
If not available in\Flagler then In the State of Florida. If Bunnell girl's basketball She received the highest score'

,it still is not available one may then seek outside, sources. team will play the Crescent City in a 50-minute written examina- 'Within recent weeks an out- 1

It is unfortunate, that some,of us, let a high pressure salesman girls tonight (Thursday) at 7:30 tion on homemaking knowledgeand of state nursery has sold shrubs, !!
induce_us to buy something that is not suitable, wrong in the D&B gym In St Augustine attitudes taken by graduating to Flagler Beach residents which :
size, and probably not really wanted when received. ,It I for the opening girls' game, seniors in the school. are not adaptable, County Agricultural
in the St Johns River Confer-
takes little ,effort to determine whether what we want is ; She will receive an award pin, Agent Howard Taylor

available here or In Florida, for that matter.I ence Tournament, Miss Nancy representing the slogan,, "HomeIs saidtoday. He added: x I
i would not add extra work' to County Agent Howard ; Youree, girl's coach here, said Where the Heart Is." Her ex-

Taylor, but 1 feel sure he is ready at all time to con. today. amination paper will be enteredin I The salesman approaches the I

suit with? and: advise homeowners who ,wish to beautify Continuing, Miss Youree said, competition with other high I prospective buyer with an offer :
their grounds. The agent's office usually has on hand This game should be close and school winners to name the state, to 'draw a landscape plan' for

plenty of literature dealing with any and all plants suitable excting since both teams have Betty Crocker Homemaker of the home and to furnish plants. a i

for our area. State nurseries ,have plants that are- played each other twice duringthe Tomorrow. Shipment is usually made within .
season and each lost i .
one few weeks.
adaptable to our conditions. The plants usually have: been a

tested under existing soil and climatic condition, and 'most game.
The Bunnell girls have had a,CommissionersAnd I checked one shipment recent -
buyers will be in-money to buy from them. good season considering their and the plants were of good
Although we are'stressing buying at home we also must k
quality and the ordered
previous experience, Miss Youree were side -
say the sellers should make known by advertising what Recreation
said. There were only three girlson however most of the plants ]
they have for sale and why it is best to buy at home. Buyers
would not endure the salt from
the 'team that lettered the 1
': cannot be blamed for seeking outside of the county at Beach the
previous year. They are JoAnn Voting ocean and they would not
nor state wanted articles when those articles ,are presentedto in
Morris and Annette Strickland grow the beach soil. The
them in well printed catalogs, beautifully executed r Flagler Beach holds its annual
in had been
senior forwards, and Shelia buyer, some cases,
e brochures, letters appearing personally written and many Westbrook, guard. I municipal election on the chargedydouble the normal priceof
;- others ways ,the outside seller has in putting over his. same day that Bunnell does- individual plants.
The guards lacked experience
;."- proposition. Don't blame the seller. He is in business > I Tuesday, March 8. But at the There that
are plants
at the beginning of the season, many
!y' to make a profit just as local and state business places are. but have made for it since 1 Beach town there will be two will ,not grow at Flagler Beach

1-: After all, it is just good common, sense to "Shop at Home." then. Guards showing up 'much im- separate ballots and it is very unfair of:a sales- :
On ballot candidates for
provement are Caroline Clifton, man to infer to you that"it will I

r k ; Bunnell Voters GovernorAppoints Joann Cockrell Sandy Gumble, commission the two expiring will, seats have on their the I grow" to make a sale. The Uni

Linda Revels, Marlene Ricks, I II versity of Florida Agricultural
. Mrs. Ria JohnstonTo Terry Sheffield, Grace Steflik i names printed. On a separate extension Service publishes a
ballot freeholders .of the town
Elect Threes I
,j and Michele Steflik. listing of plants that will en-
can vote whether not to
on or
s Soho I Board The record for, the season has dUre beach soil and the salt,
raise tax: funds for recreational
+ CoijilijissionersualiBer'inBuell been ,seven wins and four losses. which is available at the county -
; r purposes. The vote will be for
Mrs. Ria Johnston has been office free of
Our losses were 'tolQcala, Bald- I agent's
:J' r not less than one-half mill and '
appolnted_ by\Mom LeRoy Collins wrnfCfescent citY; and Oveida. .a j. It_ these pWnts< are' used and
:.. ,. not more than()pein1l1.'tor..J1iat.purpose.
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can se;<.t.;the 'polls! Tuesday.,!,. ft1ru tmexplred term I Come out and support these are properly maintained 'they
"' March, 8; and select three persons of Herschel King o.n.the Flagler I Thursday night. They have will thrive anoT grow. You may
f to fill,the,seats on the city County Board, of Public Instruction -I worked hard and will"be makingthis I Commissioners whose terms prefer other plants but It is bet
expire at Flagler Beach are R.R.
1-:. commission that will be expiring I game a good one. I ter to grow adaptable plants
:Mosby and Chas. F. Charon. Remaining
Mrs. Johnston said than
f at that time. today nothing at all.
f= Those whose terms expire are: she had received a letter from as holdovers are Johnny It looks as if quite a few folks
Methodist Youth Scale, K.N.. Givens and
Governor Collins notifying'her have
cq" Charles E. deal, E. S. Morris, really been "taken advant
t a and Paul Stanish. John A. Clegg appointment, and that she expects Attend District Thomas Duncan. Mayor R. L.McNab's age of." One person purchased

and Levi' Brannam will remain her commission to arrive term runs'for. .another nearly $300 worth of the plants.

If'. .'on the commission /another year within a few days. She would Meet Monday NightFive year.. Legally, I don't think there Is
before their terms expire. then be eligible to assume he Prospective candidates for a any action that the purchasercan
Bunnell has'a mayor-ocmmis- position at the March meetingof youths accompanied the I seat on the commission have'until take but some may -wishto

r sion form of government;*and a I the board. pastor and Methodist Youth Thursday,,'March 3. to qualify seek. legal services for pos
Counselors to the annual BY. with the city clerk., -- sible
11>' mayor is elected from membersof I I I loopholes in the contract.
the commission. 'f KOTA (Be ye kind one to another The nursery firm states thatit

:' Candidates for commissionseats Mrs. Reed DiesWednesday j I ) sub-district banquet in ORAL ROBERTS will replace all plants that

have until Tuesday, Feb- j; Crescent City Monday evening. SERVICES SET die in one year-if they (have

ruary 26, to' file with the city After }I Following the banquet the I Oral Roberts will .begin' his had proper care. It will be difficult

.f clerk their 'intention of being a II I Crescent City Methodist Youth "Million Soul Crusade" in Orlando to prove that they have

candidate and have their names], IllnessMrs. I presented a program. on vocations on February 12 and run had proper care. There have

0c printed on the ballot. Long in the church. A very Inspirational through the 21st, it was'- learned been numerous complaints 'with

tt Fannie Agnes Reed wife I r 'and challenging film here today. in the past few years on such
work shown. The services will 'be held at
I on deaconess was firms but to date they still func-
of William H. Reed, 501 Deen Rd.
t! ; P.-T. A. Observes died Wednesday morning in the I A Deaconess is a woman who 2 o'clock in the afternoon and tion in their normal pattern.
I has met the 'spiritual and edu at 7:30 in the evenings. The Potential buyers in the
local hospital after a lengthy coun-
Y.t.: Founder's Day Illness. She was 71 years of cational requirements of a... minIster prayer line will be at the eve ty should be careful and buy
in the Methodist Church ning meeting.The plants that
j. are adaptable from
,The Bunnell ParentTeacherAssociation age and was a member of the
:.. observed Founder'sDay Catholic Church. and has chosen a church vocation services will be at 3500 local or area 'nurseriesthat understand -
such as educational director -. Colonial Ave., West.
i f, at the Tuesday afternoon Mrs. ;Reed a native of St. 'I beach conditions. -
child worker --
guidance community -
meeting.. :Mrs. Barbara Cody Louis Mo., came with her husband "
presided at the business meet- to Bunnell in 1939 from center guide, or other MOM VALENTINES
service areas. In some instances
Chicago. After about six months
t ing.Guest speakers for the afternoon .they went to St. Louis to *engage they pastor churches. : ?
.': Those attending were Arthur g {,r $i1 w11U$
', were, Dr* Allen Reynolds in war work. They return- wt
who spoke observance of Na. ed to Bunnell to .reside about. 10 Carle, Lynda Revel, Gordon 1 1t1 CS ,
'i Buckles and Rev. W. L. t t 1 3
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tional Child::Dental Health Week. years ago. r t 4A,3 Buys
Fuller talked shool 'Survivors'Include her husband .
M., B. : on *
z' : problems in' the early days of William H. Reed of Bunnell; a Church of ChristIs ( wt KtsaWovg

.. the county. cousin, Mrs. Bessie Hill, who has !
spent same time here with Mrs. Holding _
: TAXPAYERS Reed during: her illness Also "fwaaIs'wn5cw' 15I'urlsfwn
wdcM.c c ii. 6.l
: : ARE'SLOW ANTE surviving are several neices, Series of StudiesThe 1rNr W4G rohIM ,
nephews and cousins Church of Christ in Bun- v
: About 25 per cent of real Funeral services will be held nell is beginning a series of

.- estate'.taxes.In 'Bunnell have not at St.. Stephens Roman Catholic "prophet studies" tonight at 7:30,

been"pai.l( *according to 1..., H. Church at 10 o'clock Saturday Evangelist F.A. Tally said to- \", .

Drady, city clerk, morning.' Interment will follow tay. The studies will continue'

'1.. He is reminding i these proper at the, Espanola Cemetery.. each Thursday night for the Q
{" ty owner: that taxes' will be [, The Rosary will be said at 8 next six :weeks and the publicis

':" ,come'delinquent' .on April 1, and o'clock Friday eveaing the invited to attend, he added.

I" If :not paid tax,certificates will chapel of Craig Funeral Home, Some of the subjects to be discussed 1= -
:: be.is6uecL aeeerding ,to law. 201- East Moody Blvd. are: "Daniel's Four

City occupational license taxpayers -- BeaSts* *The Metallic Man,"

t: : are 'also : slow, Day During 1918 teat hangars anda "The Development of the Destruction
_: c, there. still ,being' about 20 'percent : naval 'aviatiort'eamp'-were located t I of the Little Horn of

;, I of. the,;UCMUIOO delinquent on I Santa Besa Istead in I Daniel 7:20," The ;Ram and the
They became cequent 'lastOctober what' fe F xt;Picker";State
ROW < j He-Goat," and "The Two Womenof
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.,.... ',"'t'AGE'TWO ........ .,;; SHE._FLAGLER' TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLORIDA, 'J:_ Thursday, Feb" '.1.9[

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: : FLORIDA there. In 1958 the activity in j[level of calcium permits plantsan I II plants which are low'calcium

jFALLOUT: IN milk averaged 5.9 million mil- I danimals to discriminate selectively -I if they are grown on the same-

I ., .. .... ;;:"' lionths of a curie. Since'the nu- against strontium and' soil with the same level of
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:";:: Nutritionist' GEORGE K. DAVIS clear explosions were stepped up ,in this way reduce the amount strontium. Many of ,our vege-

Animal Florida Agricultural Experiment. Station in the last of 1958, it was an- i I of strontium 90 which may be tables, such as beans and peas,
ticipated that the radioactivity present in our plants, thereforeour and those that are' normally
All of are exposed'to
us more or less fallout than others. might double by the spring of I food products-and in our grown on more alkaline soil,

activity every day. Radiation About two-thirds pf the fallout 1959.. There was an Increase, animal food: produces.' will contain somewhat less
comes from cosmic ,rays and has but by June 1959 the pattern strontium
from nuclear testing occurred than productsfsuch as
from the naturally occurring Northern hemisphere had been reversed and radio- I Lime Reduces Strontium
in the our grains which tend to have
radioactive'' isqtopes such as potassium activity in milk has been drop- less calcium in their
I J It has been observed that applying compo-
40, carbon 14 and the '
tranuranium elements. Radiation 1 Less Fallout In Florida ping since. limestone will reduce the sition.

also comes from elements,form t The North Temperate Zone is Relatively few samples of amount of strontium that plants While there have been some

.' ed' In nuclear explosions which of particular interest to us. Flor milk from Florida have been pick up from the soil. This so-called "hot spots" and plants
>' spread over the world by atmospheric ida on the southern edge of this tested. The samples which have would mean that plants that grown in these areas have

;) are ,movements and are zone, because of, its location, has been measured indicate that normally have a good supply of shown high levels of strontium
called fallout when tI been subjected to less fallout Florida has had a lower levelof calcium will contain less strontium -
,. commonly ( i radioactivity in its milk than (Continued on Page 5)
to the earth. than some regions north of us. 90 per gram than those -
/ they return I most of the
However here are other factors. country. '
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is interested in fall i There is .
Everyone a process
selective going
1 Florida is subjected to more THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized RCA VICTOR
.;... S out because it represents a man. : on which tends to reduce
rainfall andfallout is accelerated -
made of radiactivity. So the of Dealer LIVING COLOR TV
source ( by rainfall. On the other strontium 90 in our food Evinrude .
far future production of this BOATS "LOOK FOR TUB 1'ICTURE
as products. Since strontium follows ACCESSORIES REPAIRS
rainfall such as occurs -
i hand
': radioactive material is concern- I in Florida tends to insure the same general pathways ,Dockage Storage Free Ramp Southern Radio Television

.5'..." e'd, it is' subject to control, which that the radioactivity in fallout ,I as calcium, it has been WE FINANCE 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR -%OO1

is our best hope for limiting the i j''is carried into the soil, is dij i I discovered that increasing the I 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona ORMOND .
radioactivty to which we are ex -
i luted and consequently is less

";;"..: ..' -with posed.Right' the,-nowve levl of are fallout. concerned found'1 j ing: of Since a on hazard.nuclear Florida,residues we should are fall like II AREA BUSINESS D.IRECTORY'I I

in dur food. A knowledge of the j i to know how much gets into

..,. level of radioactivity present, in 3 jour'food and water. More than
) turn will help up to evaluate .
\ a year has elapsed,since the last
the effects of future nuclear detonations AUTO BODY
5\ I! nuclear, explosion short-lived I MILLAND HOTEL BAR FUEL OILKING'S
,and give us facts upon I isotopes are gone and strontium ,
': 1" which to base opinion, and action J 90 and cesium 137 are the iso- ODELL HERSEY'S Come And Visit TRUCK STOP

t; with respect to nuclear i topes likely to Temain. Because PAINT & BODY SHOP AL AND ELLIEAT PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS

5- : 4 5 5 5 weapons testing. 'J'of the low biological activity of Complete Collision Service THEIR NEW BAR Delivery in the County on

Y'' t Fall out does not occur in a i'I cesIum, strontium 90 is' the ele- 24-HOUR Body WRECKER& Fender Work SERVICE "You'll Meet Your Friends Here"FLAGLER Fuel Oil, Kerosene,. Tractor Fuel
uinform pattern throughout !
1" ment of major concern with re- Painting. Matching. Free Estimates BEACH Gasoline
1 world. The fallout from explos-,spect to our food, feed and U.s. 1 So. OF BUNNBLL ,
ions in the United States, Russia water. Days ID 7.3372-Nite ID 7-3267 The Coolest Spot for the Coolest U..S. 1 N. Bunnell ID 7-3676

1 Australia and the Pacific Islands I In the Nutrition Laboratory of Draft BeerSANDPIPER
d+ S follows rather definite patterns,. the University of Florida Agricultural AUTO SERVICE BAR FURNITURE

because these, explosions occur t Experiment Station we McDANIEL'S. GIFTS-LUNCHES .
in a relatively limited area. Be- started making background On the Ocean Side of AlA 3 Miles REED'SDiscount

:, cause these testing areas have i'(counts to determine the level of Service Station > North of Flagler Pier i Furniture

been restricted, we can predict i radioactivity, occurring naturally STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS "Keep Cool at George & Millie's" I UP TO 50% DISCOUNT :

r from past testing for radioactivity in 1943 before the explosion PHONE HE 92156; On Furniture and AppliancesNew
t.: that certain areas will have of,nuclear Since then Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs I
i j weapons. } and Used .
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we t have made continued measurements Bunnell ID 7.7119 BUILDING SUPPLIES 1100 Flomlch Ave.-Holly Hill
: |f of background. We
t CLASSIFIED have observed that the 1959 Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION WICKLINE FLOOR COVERING.

t} background is approximately

I j twice, that of 1943. The level ofi Building Supplies Tilecraft Company"LET


JLlatbap 1! for the fa 'that it indicates Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days STEEL
wader thim fceadlax are 1 iwe. do have more'radioactivity Armstrong & Kentile
3 cent per word each lBertiiiBO State &Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Sold and InstalledAll I
Flagler Beach HE 9.2254
cent I* minimum charge i than earlier, is not of any hazard -
Work Guaranteed
''. FOR SALE-13x16 fiber'rug $10. to our people. Colonial Service StationEARL
Milk Is Easily Studied, Ormond Beach OR 7-3181
Double spreads $2 each. Throw I Because of publicity given E. RICE. Proprietor

rugs 50c and $1. New guitar $15. studies with. radioactivity In GAS OILr-LUBRICATION BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY GARDEN SHOP

Phone ID. 7.3316, Mil-Ton., Motel. I milk, we have been concerned MOTOR TUNE-UP Gray's Garden Center

Feb. 11 1tcLOSTLadies" f with that level. Milk was used GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES CLEANING Headquarter for Gardening Needs

(to measure radioactivity by the. U. S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL SERVICE Ceramics, Gifts Dry Arrangement
Hamilton whiteS t Atomic Energy Commission and Materials
Hall's Atlantic StationJack Open Dally 8 to 6 Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers
gold wrist watch with two dia: 'Public Health Service not because

monds. Reward. :Mrs. Stella Me- it was a particularly Hall, Proprietor Phone ID 7-3188 TORO LAWN MOWERS
.. I 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-0511
Call, Box 313 Flagler Beach. dangerous source, but because GASOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccessories: ORBIOND .

Feb. 11-Itp milk is collected every day and .
r comes to central distribution CONCRETE PRODUCTS HARDWARE

f. ., .. : FOR RENT-2 bedroom unfurnished I'points where sampling is a BUNNELL ROAD SERVICE Tel. ID 7-3652 Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.

.: : garage apartment. Also simple procedure. It therefore Your "Q" For ConcreteDial JOHN DEERE

55 5' .5 2 ,bedroom furnished house with provides a rather constant collecting J. L. Presswood Garage Agricultural &Industrial Equipment .

.' garage. Call HE 9.2318, or SeeE. medium to determinethe STANDARD PRODUCTS CL 3-8113 STEEL j
radioactivity in part of Bare & Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled
J. Chaffee. Feb 4 any
-tf General Repairing-Road Service DAYTONA BEACH
__ the : Black& Galvanized Pipe & Fittings
'.. I country. Tires, Tubes & AccessoriesVisit
\ I New York State happens to Our Grocery Department Quillian's Concrete Inc. ,
For Frozen Foods and DEEN RiD. Phone I" 73143
.. be ice one of the main fallout I Cubed Ice

,5 ".*.- V ,Get Sell those AVON bills In a off nearby your mind terri- belts of the country because of HE 9-2189 FLAGLER BEACHSullivan's Village Hardware Center
"' .tory. We traIn you. Write. Mrs. the pattern of high altitude DRUG STORES
"r .x J. Mllanich' box 246, Lockhart. \vinds. Consequently a great I Gulf Service HOUSE PAINTS
E for appointment In
home.. your .deal of testing radioactivity 'GULF Anderson Drug Store Match and 'mix any color
(t' milk has been carried out I Builder's Supplies Kitchenware I
/ : \. ,:' ""Poles, 30 to 50 feet long, 20 cents j. REFINANCE YOUR DEBTS I \ "Specializing Beach information In Service and .. -. Sick Room Supplies. AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420
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With a Long Term Clean Rest Rooms"In Sundries ,
/ foot. Harold : :
?':per Massie Flag (
I The Heart of Flagler Beach

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FOR SALE-Three ideal lots' on FARM LOANR. Moody's PharmacyFlagler
: North Moore St close to school I BOTTLE or BOTTLEFLAGLER
; Shield Service Station County's- Corner Drug Store
( paved street,.in town, needs no j W. BRYAN COUNTY'S ONLY
Production Credit, Assn. Arcadlus H bel Mechanic PRESCRIPTIONS HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY-
Y.. ... filling. _Ready to build, on. Coy
a 'f! G.* Harris. 1-21-tf I Wednesday10D0PALATKA. COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS DRUGS-SUNDRIES PHONE ID 7.3551
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f....', : /ANTED-200 New Gas, Cus. I Your Power Mower BunnelL Flo. Phone ID 7.3661 By Shopping at Home
tamers "" No Job Too Biff Or Too Small I
"ID 7-3551
; 1-21-ti NOLAN.
... .; Plaintiff. 24-Hour Towing Service Room Supplies-Sundries DON'S RADIO & TV

<. FOR RENT-Furnished 6 room JAMES'JX 'vs.NOLAN 24-Hour Prescription ,Service Zenith Sales and Service
and ,3-room apartments, $30.00 .,' Defendant.
TO DEPEND Automatic Transmission Service Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt. "We Sell the Best
.per month. Capitol :Motel, Ko- .THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Wheel Balancing:-Front End. AlA 1 mL North of and Service the Rest" .
rona. Phone ID 7-3649. James J. Nolan Alignment ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1(61
\. 'U.1G-U < 195 So, Ketcham Ave 24O Granada Orm.nd-OR 7-OS83 AUTO' RADIOS A SPECIALTY

Rear ApartmentAjnityville.. Long Island Thompson Pharmacy U" S. Hwy. 1, Ormond OR 7-1473

cleaning Your Health Is Wealth
5..5 reason. You: are hereby. ,notified that a GIFT SHOP
.able rates. George Jarosz, Phone suit has been filed against you Inthe HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS
.above entitled cause; and you
; ',. ID 7-3410 11-19-5-12-tcJOHNSTON'S are hereby required to file your answer SERVICE Fresh Juice
with the Clerk ,of this Court. In Our Hands Orange
a copy thereof upon RebuildingON
and to serve Repairing-
: the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney. 141 W. Granada-Ormond 7-1421

,' ",a FLAGLER, BEACH REALTY CO., 40Z34 Main Street 1239 Rldgewood Holly Hill GIFTS'
't s Daytona Beach. Floridanot OR 7-im FLORISTS SOUVENIRS &
,4 -'-- LOTS HOMES, OCEAN FRONT. later than Xarch 7th A.D- 1960.
# If you fall to do so, decree pro BAR AND PACKAGE STORE What Occasion
< Ever The :
WATER FRONT, FARMS, confesso will be entered againstyou
ACREAGE for the relief demanded in the FLAGLER BEACH Say It With Flowers. P :iS EIiST'PBINTEBS-
I bill of coIDplllat. The nature of
See w fer year said suit being for divorce. BAR
real estate seed WITKSae, my' hand as* seal of HOTEL From The Flagler Tribune

: a ;."Cfcftee.Bfcene HE 92242'I' SAW Court 1369.title 28th day-- of Jan-* "The Meeting Placeof Blacks Flower r Shop Publishers -'Printers

; Be, Phones OD, 73881or uary(o aoi.l A.D.Seal) .. ''Flagler County" Phone ID 73282Bunnell
; E.a JlA.JtBlmT i Phone ID 7.3348
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I- 7-3617: : perk -of said Circuit Court "Jim and Yvonao :5.r J
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:> "PAGE }FOUR \"'.:> i.THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA __ Thursday, Feb. 11 !64-
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: ': : SMORGASBORD AT SURPRISE BIRTHDAY DINNER Guests this winter ;oat; the

,. '' .' I WOMAN'S CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Willis McDowell Kentucky Colonel Motel.are Mr. I
:: 571TL&acL{ The Flagler Woman's Club has entertained with a birthday din and Mrs. Glenn Day from:.Bloomington Y I
planned to have a Smorgasbordat ner at their home on Saturday, Indiana -..
the Woman's Club building': honoring Mrs. Anthony Jansic, Other guests for the-:week are .
" :, LUNA BABBITT on Sunday, February 21st, from it being her birthday. Also pres. Mr. and Mrs. John Albert Beams,
.> i' Telephone, "HEmlock 9.2098 12:30 until 3:30. Tickets are be. ent were Mr. Jansic and Mrs. Greensburg, Kentuckyrit Mr.,
.,< -. ,. : ing sold in advance by club Burmeiter, their houseguest from i and Mrs, Eugene Beams,,'Mere-
,0'::: Former Winter. ':[; METHODIST CHURCHANNOUNCEMENTS ,: members. Mrs. Frank Brede is Cleveland Ohio. I, dosia, 111.
', -. ;, general chairman, Mrs. Marge
f; Resident Dies 1
: '- Rev. Reynold Hoover, Pastorof Givens is food chairman and I I I
:> :: In Ashville Mrs. Esther is ticket
the Flagler Methodist Church, Heydt
::z\,. Mrs. Lou Spurrier ,of Ashville, will take his subject next Sun. chairman.Mrs. 'I j, 44 'wM.
1-- N. c., died there on January 30, day morning for: ,Psalms I. I .
t according to information re "Blessed Is The Man Who Walk- Eleanor Parker and Mrs. '
: ceived here this week by Ml'S.I: eth Not In The Counsel of the Ellen Blue from South Bend, ns' A C ;
}.f';_ Agatha Runk. ( Un-Godly" will be the theme t Indiana, are spending this week
J.$.[ ," Mrs. Spurrier was,82 years of Itf I for the 10:30 A.I age and has spent"many winters the Woman's Club building. 'trip to St Augustine :Monday

I :.. '. at Flagler Beach where she had I There will be special music by'I afternoon and were.accompanied
' :{'- many friends who will regret the choir and'church school will by Mrs. Clarice Babbitt and her

., }..7,>'. .to hear of her passing. be at 11:30 A.M. The publicis daughter Vicki. I mJt

:" ,,,'-' 't'. I REVIVAL TO START NEXT The invited.Methodist :Men's' Club are, and.Mrs.Mr.. and. Ina Mrs.Little Wilmon of Fulton Boyd,I j4] _r

:} .!t c',i SUNDAY IN BAPTIST CHURCH ,.sponsoring a trip to the Ponce Kentucky, are guests this weekat
Pastor of the DeLeon Hotel in St. Augustineon
A'4{ : Rev. Glen Taylor I' the Kentucky Colonel Motel.
i First Baptist Church has completed the evening of February 21st .
: Mrs. Little is an aunt of the k
'.;i--S. the plans for theuRevivalj for'.a concert. TV star, Pat Boone.
..':;::".' to run there from Sunday, Feb-S
' ', 21st Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gaines
urary 14th until February Visitors last week with Mr.
r: 't tr } ':. with. Rev. Armanda Silverio,I have moved to Daytona Beach and Mrs. Clarence' Weaver were DUSK IN LONDON An air of brooding strength is reflected
*';' .' r Pastor of Calvary Baptist Church where he has accepted a/ position her niece and her husband, Mr. by the silhouetted Battersea Power Station beside the Thames
S::; ,?\SS. '." in Augustine, conducting the after spending two months and Mrs French Lackey from river at Dusk.
r: 44. services. Special music for each here with her grandparents, Taylorsville N. C. They were
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night is being arranged by Judson Mr. and Mrs. accompanied by' their friendsMr. a..1 I
-,.t: Stryker, Choir Director. They came from Peninsula, Ohio. and Mrs. Coy Childers, also 'i;; FRED A. FRUITS YOUR For Quality CLOSEST Furniture OUTLET
'? t': The stamps Circle of the Bap- from Taylorsville. .
"We're Out of the
:',.,R. '!'; tist WMS held a regular meetIng Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Jansic JEWELER -1 Hight Rent District"DIAMONDS.WATCHES "
.! ;'..' : on Tuesday morning at the arrived from Olmstead -Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lowe of i
i j,:::" home of Mrs. Clarence Weaver.I Ir' Ohio to spend the winter in their Wilkesboro, N. c., are spending" CHRIS'S FURNITURE
: ;' -, They included art 'interesting home here. this month here. ._ I .....-.l'.l'Jf..l''VYrl"r/REPAIRING 1660 Illdgewood Ave. Holly Hill I
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GJLGirls of the First Baptist .
: ', Church attended an Associational U.S. GOOD BEEF I SWIFTS JEWEL" 3 LB. TIN

\+ ...,,: al Get-Together in Crescent Monday City. Barbara afternoon I Chuck.Roast -I 39< 39

'4 Weaver carried out her duty Shortening
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; Chairman. There: were Kay r
Chuck Steak q49
\ Weaver, Holly. Golien/ Brenda. :. LYKES 12 OZ. CANLuncheon Q" ,
Aaron, Mari ;.Fleurie, Marilyn
McNab, Diane Lucas, Bonnie I. LEAN

!,f Lowe mediates the Junior., and were Carolyn Among Della Bennett the Inter-:May of, All Meat Stew 'IL' 69* Meat ,

Majorie Schatz, Nancy Fleurie,

,,, .... and Mrs.Barbara Ruth Mrs. Danner Clarence Weaver.were Weaver The accom.counselors and. Brisket Stew I Lb. 29'* 3 f for $$1 1 00 .1

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Ethel Rumill and. Mrs. Ethel J 5 LB. BUCKET -


).". Rev. R. W. Dickert, Pastor .of' PreservesLIMIT I 25

.._ the Community Memorial SWIFTS SELECTBeef .
Church will preach on ,"God Is
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': .. For Our Circumstances and Liver .. J.b. 49* (2)
.. .: Future" at 11 A.M. Sunday. .' .
., The Ladies Guild of the Como SUPER VALUELOAF

< :,' ;,:." at munity hold 2 regular P.M.!Memorial, Thursday business Church, February meeting will FIRST CUT WES Chops 3' '$1 00 BREAD 4 for 50 I !

i'i'JL: \.-.. McDowell llth at the on home.South of Central Airs. Willis Ave. Pork Ibs. !

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-, Springfield, Mo.,. after spenldng OR ? 3 n Flour "-
ii five weeks here with his sisters, lbs -. bag
Mrs. Aramintha Kight and Mrs. I II.
Gertrude Higgins. They were
( stopping over in Panama City I MEATYSpare I. :
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& Sat, Feb 12.-3 FRYERS .. 69* CA. RED

.t B j.,'' OREGON Starring,--...-!.' TRAIL. '. 3.fr. f $2.0I' ,..' : Sweet Potatoes 21i1s' 15? !,I

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I. FALLOUT" IN I other foods.- All of*this, adds ,!' Everyone is concerned about cumulation of the long-lived isoI I topes such as strontium'90. :I
,.. to decision" that milk the effects of radioactivity r
of our best protective foods j to which we are exposed. \Ve'would
I'' : FLORIDAContinued >. r in our effort to keep the strontium like to know, is this going TT1w GOOD1EARY l.
: I 90 of our bodies at a low t' to cause a higher incidenceof !
Ii;:. _,', -.'; .( from Da '2)) leveL' --. i cancer and is it going to re- Turnpike-Proved Tires
sult in genetic changes in our -j'
p overall production An even better picture can be
90, the areas
k' ,1 of food plants have, not shown, shown for meat. This is because,people in years to come? S

'high strontium 90 and are well approximately 90 per cent of Cancer SpeculationAt
'j:t below any conceivable danger strontium 90 in the diet of meat I present no one can, say
,',1 4 :. -level.. Florida is in a somewhat animals, that is retained, will be I that the levels of strontium 90 LOWEST..i
"'. advantageous position with re- deposited in their bones. to which we have been or likelyto. tI.

: aspect to its food, products not Eggs, too, are .a protectivefood. be exposed, even with con-
; .. only because of U geographic-- The very high level of tinued nuclear testing, has resulted ,
i_ al location but because the calcium in the diet of laying, !. in an,Increase in cancer. .
' products of so-called "hot spots" -liens- and the fact 'that almostall There has been a great deal of
tJ .' are' bound to be Swell "diluted" strontium 90 passed. 'on to :speculation, based on much PRICES
t -- before they reach our markets. the egg will be in the shell, higher levels of radiation ex
i'''-' guarantees that eggs as we eat posure. But there is increasing- ,
.' Cow Is Good Buffer them will be low .in fallout evidence that there is a relationship
t We are very much interested radioactivity.Eat to the rate of dose as wellas in !
S. in the effect of strontium fallout to the total amount of radia- 1.j years ,

k t on our animal food products.; Meat j Milk Eggs l 1 tion. The implication of this : ,
j Of these milk has been of chief) Although we are sure that eatIng j evidence is that low dose rates '

i. 5- 5 corfcern.' Fortunately. for us, the meat and milk nad eggs is!l are less, hazardous than high _, SAVEon
t' > cow is ,a good buffer between us one of the best ways to pre- dose rates both genetically and \ Nylons.. .Rayons...Black or
t and radioactive isotopes which| vent strontium 90 getting. into I in the development of cancer Whitewalls...Tubeless or Tube. ,-,

SS- may fall on our, soils, because our bodies, all of us must consume and leukemia. This is still in Typo... 14 Inch or 15 Inch I .
'..: milk is a -food rich In. calcium, other foods. Therefore we the research stage however. '.
f". and with the high,calcium metabolism are interested to know what our 1 The overall picture with respect Popular 7.50 x-14 Tubeless fits recent Plymouths, Ford, Chevrolets .
r", .' of the cow there is a exposure to strontium 90 is: to fallout seems to be TYPICAL SAVINGS 'l ,

discrimination against stronti- likely ,to be in our nomal life- that we cannot escape the results TYPE OF TIRE PER TIRE' TYPE OF TIRE PER TIRE. -,'
r' up. Because ,of the cow, milk time. All of the measurementsto of previous.testing of nuclear Custom Custom NylonSuperCushion : -
will _contain only 1/7 the per date indicate that we are ex; weapons. If testing of nu- Nylon $6.90 565Super.Cushlon '-

; centage of strontium that was posed normally, from naturally clea rweapons is renewed, we (White) (Black) I
'' in the feed. The strontium that I occurring sources of radioactivity will be anxious to have it keptas Custom Rayon $30' Safety $2Q;: "
r is present in milk may be more I ,to about;>> 125 millirems per, restricted as possible 'so that .' ushion All-Weather / ,!
Ldigestible than that in vegetables. year. With the highest intakeof we will not have excessivelylevels White) Nylon(Black) I
: On the other hand strontium 90 which of fallout. "I
the seems And finally, Even Greater Savings on Larger Sized / '
high concentration .of calcium in likely at present, the radioactivity -- recognizing that there is fallout _
f. milk results in the human ex- from strontium,90 would a- we should know that 'our -- ;
," erting a discriminating factor so mount to about 5'per cent of the usual good dietary habits of MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KIND :
f' that the actual level of strontium naturally occurring radioactivityto meat, milk eggs, vegetablesand :
It cost 10 cents a mile to travel to any nearby Cityor ,
p deposited In bone is likely which we are exposed each citrus are probably our best
to be less from milk than from year. protection against excessive ac- -a minimum of $5.00 These are Nationally. .
t I Advertised prices and are no less anywhere.'<

extra gallon of your choice : ., :
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Mary Carter Paint Store STATION :::' I

: Ormond Mao TVeitgate Beach at Shopping Coquina: Center Barn Phone ID 7-3521. ,:.: I

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By Thomas Collins''
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: S., RETIRING. ? Don1 let anyone knowif. T :. Y-1 /
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f_ The word "retire"-- is nqt the mand that the company make no
M .. best of all possible things! to take fuss when you'go.
into retirement with you. "One of the saddest,sights we
"'. Leave it.behind when you pack see in business these days," says'' for potato blight.control

&r,,' up your pension and the mustard Mr. Raymond, "is the emplpyee -' .. :*, ?/
plasters, and all sorts of beautiful who Is so hungry for a little at- Gives stand-by protection;: .

.; benefits may accrue to you. tention, a little tribute and a gold ,
This,information comes from a watch that he lets a retirement *. .,Helps increase yields : ::
business man named Raymond. ceremony stamp him as an'old I ,."- .. '
who has been doing some ,re- guy who is over the hill .. .** >
./ search. He's worth listening to. Mr. Raymond sights an example t- "- % ftI '<.
"Retire, retiring retirement of his theory. t
'. and all Bother !variations of the": "In a.,certain highway department ',n. UL
word were never good In the:I with which I am familiar, r
i'! first place." "They sound like a a good, competent surveyor retired -
sheet being pulled over your about two years ago at the
face." age of 65. He needed. more moneyso ldtt
I "Nowadays, when the whole he started looking around fora
': country is spotted with people good job. He got '3 small job., I
r : on pension, such words are worse. here a ,week's work there, and,-
They designate, for most of us, odd job pay everywhere.
.:-. "a segregated piece of society. A He has" never gotten anything la + I I 1 J ( f4V
segment that Is kindly, grey better..
r haired, wise, thrifty, intelligentand "After all he was .an. old guy
'Too He was retired.
done for 'Vasheup. on a pension.
old. Through .?* "Last November a surveyorin
VMr. Raymond suggests that this 'same office reached his nl
people stop. advertising the 64th birthday and like the other
factSpeak of winding up some man 'faced compulsory retire- -
work you wanted to get done for ment at'65. He went out and gota
your company and' say you are job with a large real estate de-
.' 'now taking a little rest. Speak veloper, a three-year contract !I
? of some new project you are and $84.00 a month more than his 'I I
to tackle Speak of any- highway job was paying him. i
thing about except 'that you are .re.5 ''After all. HE was an 'experi- Tests during 958 in major potato states intervals, DITHANE M-22 out-;

tired. "In' c- society, In these enced surveyor, with a good job compared the blight controlling abilityof yielded DITHANE D-14 from 20 to 70
in that and with good connections.
1960's. there's stigma DITHANE M-22 and of nabam. Late :
bushels .
Though he was no better than the per acre.
word la ''before you, and first man. this man wasn't re- blight was severe in two of the states; !
If pension
you're still working, says Mr.'Bamond tired and therefore wasn't an early blight in one. DITHANE M-22 gives you.standby pro tee-: _. ....; .
whatever steps old guy on a pension who. as tion
protection to
; 'is-" The conclusions reached the scientists carry your vines. "' ; > : ,
... necessary to-void being .retired everybody knows through, by : ;
are and the hill : safely past emergencies when the interval : -
f",, \. V ;, Qatt early. Get sick. De- over confirm the results obtained by the : : _
: ;.,.. between must be "1
many growers who also, compared the sprays lengthened. -: i

ti ..... ---.--. .. .;VV nAVVnAVVNAVVVVVAnAryVAVVVVAAnAVhFOR performance of DITHANE M-22 and We think you will find DITHANE M-22 ..-

f. ALL HOURS-DAY OR"NIGHF nabam.At truly a milestone in potato blight control. "

. intervals of seven days ": .:
PHONE- VAlley 4-1625 DITHANE M-22 ((1% poundsacregave ) .. ;
e. sERVIcE better control of late blight : t '
FLORIDA now, 80% mcanebDITHANB :
,.;' ST. AUGUSTINE.. : '
DITHANE (2 quarts/acre). F,
ftN: be heaHcmt about calling a Garcia AaMasee. We At intervals of ten days the superi- .:. (r;
XeyH w a trademark .
: Reg. u.s.PaL Off. and in-
with promptnew. 'safety ltd ority of DITHANE M-22 was out-
{ eee always,st:your service principal foreign countries. Ii r
standing.Similar advantages in early c
w ..,f rtl's blight control with DITHANE M-22 OerdicJJ jarA6riceltsne <-.c. ; t
' aed Inhalator : k..... ;.;
With Oxygen .if-
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noted. :
were OHM & HAAS.: '

Home Yields ..' ... ,
Garcia Funeral were significantly higher COM "ANY i'
where better blight control :
P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director x WUWNCTOH satua mtuenniu S.M. -
; obtained with -DrraANE M22.: In ."- -
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I JUDGE. FLAGLER cording to plat or Bunnell De-
Notice la hereby given NO. 3931 IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY l
that the IN RE Estate of Plat Book
I ; WILL VOLLERTHUN. 1. page 1. public rec-
',_ undersigned pursuant to Chapter ANN CRABTREE Plaintiff FLORIDA. LAW NO. 787 ords of Flagler County- .Florida:
20953. LAWS of Florida 1941.will ANNIE NOTICE OF RULE NISI thenee run along the
register with the Clerk of the Circuit -I vs. STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT South
To All line of the N% of said
Court in 'and, for Flalger Having Claims or JOHANNA VOLLERTHUN. OF FLORIDA an, ,Agency of the Tract 10 to intersect; the West

County. Florida upon receipt of Said Estate: I Defendant I State and of Florida I right of way line of the John
proof of publication of this notice You and each of NOTICE TO DEFEND Anderson thence
the fictitious name. to-wit: THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: FLAGLER COUNTY a political Northerly Highway;
notified and said right of
BILLIARD I Johanna Vollerthun I Subdivision of the State of along
/ W. W. PARLOR any claims and I way line to Intersect the West
under which we are engaged at 1122 Avenica .imazonas. Florida ,
boundary of of said
or either of you. the N%
operating billiard parlor at Flagler Porto Alegre. ,, Petitioners Tract 10
the estate of Ann I ; thence Southerly along
k, Beach. Florida and that the undersigned Rio Grande do I said West
Annie Crabrteee boundary to the
are the only persona interested Pawtuckett. County You Brazil notified that PAUL, B. KELLY, ET AL.. Southwest corner of the N% of
in said business are hereby a
I said
10 and the point of
State of Rhode Defendants.
FlorlAa. suit has been filed against
Dated' at Bunnell. this J you beginning. _
22nd day of January 1960. ty Judge of inthe above entitled cause; and NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN
ida, at his office in are required to file PROCEEDINGSIN I :
1 'BERl'HE WILSON you hereby '
GEO.. E. WICKLINEJan. of said county at your answer with the Clerk ,of THE NAME AND BY THE 1 11 of, SWU Township of SEU 12 or South.Action -

28 & Feb. 4-11-18--4tc within eight this Court, and to serve a copy AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF Range 31 East being
the same
the time of the thereof ,
upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs FLORIDA. the N% of Tract 9, Block D.
this notice. Each
: IV TilE CIRCUIT COURT OPFLACLER attorney, whose name and
COUNTY shall be' in writing address is: 'TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN -] according to plat of Bunnell De-
FLORIDA. and to all and velopment Company aforesaid.
the place of Samuel HolchP. persons
.. HENRY HERMAN GRUBER. fice address of O. Box 471 parties having or claiming any EXCEPTING THEREFROM:
shall be sworn to' East Palatka Floridanot right title, interest, estate mortgage I i That portion East of the the

:r v*. Plaintiff., his agent, or later than February 26th A.D.. or other lien to or. on those John Anderson Highway and
certain parcels of land hereinafter that portion North of a line
such claim
or I960.
\ shall be void.MATTHE'V. If fall decree described and the following persons parallel to and 214 feet South
Defendant. you to do so. pro
C. confesso entered together with all unknown from the North line of said NH
: NOTICE TO DEFEND will be against I persons of said Tract 9 West of said
claiming by through or
t THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: As you for the relief demanded in the under known who dead. John Anderson Highway
Helen May Bacci Gruber tate of Ann bill of complaint. The, nature of who persons are lying west of within 40 feet
or are not known to be dead'or
nie Crabtree. said suit
4509 East Main Street being for Divorce.
alive: of the center line of State Road
Richmond. VirginiaYou First publication WITNESS my hand and seal of S-201. Section said center
are hereby notified that a Feb. 4-U-18-5-4tc I l said Court this 26th day of January Oakes AmesAccounting line being described as follows

suit has been filed against you in A.D. 1960. Service Corporation Begin on the South line of Sec-
,; the above entitled cause; and you IN THE CIRCUIT (Official Seal) 75 Federal Street tion 11. Township 12 South.

are hereby required to file your answer TH JUDICIAL I RALPH E. HARBERT Boston ,Massachusetts SRD No. 4-R Range 31 East, at a point965.59feet
with the Clerk of this Court FOR FLAGLER Clerk of said Circuit Court I West from the Southeast
and to serve a copy thereof upon IDA. AT LAW. Jan. 28 & ,Feb. t-11-18-4t Blanche Ames Ames corner of said Section 11 and ,

the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney HUGHES SUPPLY. ; Accounting Service Corporation run North 17-31'15'" West 2043.81
whose name and address Is:, a Florida IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 75 Federal Street feet to the North line of the

W. Cecil Grant FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA IN Boston. Massachusetts SRD No. 4-R 8of Tract 4, Block D, Bun-
407% Main Street vs. CHANCERY NO. 3886 nell Development Company's

s Daytona Beach. Florida ERIC A. LEE j I JOHN ARNERI. George M. Barrett Subdivision aforesaid, at a point
not later than February- .%3 A.D. Plaintiff 223 Country Club Road 273.47 feet West from the

; 1960 NOTICE OF S vs. ,New Britain Connecticut SRD No, Northeast corner of said S1 i of
If you fail to do so. decree pro Notice is hereby 30-R said Tract 4. ,
confesso will be entered againstyou Homer \V. Brooks LOUISE. ARNERI The land herein described<< contains -

for the relief demanded in the ler County. Defendant Alice B. Barrett .17 acre more or less.
bill of complaint. The nature oft virtue of a NOTICE TO DEFEND 223 Country Club Road OWNED BY Florence H. Dow.
said suit being for divorce.
heretofore issued New Britain Connecticut SRD' No.
WITNESS my hand and seal of entitled court in Louise Arneri SRD nIGHT
\ Residence UnknownYou 30-R' ,' t No. 30-R OF WAY
said Court this 19th day of Janu- cause have levied (
are, hereby notified that a That part ofBeginning :
ary A. D. 1960. ing described Susan Drake
t N suit has been filed against Sears at the Southwest cor-
(Official Seal you
) .
RALPH E. HARBERT : in the above entitled cause and c/o Paul Ezra .Lord- ",- ner of Tract 3, running 107 feet
1 Perlick 60 .
are hereby required to file Broadway East, thence 58 feet North
Clerk of said Circuit Court
1 La Crosse New York
4 New.York
j with the Clerk of thence West to the East line
Jan. 21-28 & Feb. 4-11-Itc 1 your answer *
Remington 111213
this Court and to serve a copy of the John Anderson Highwayas

\ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF .+I No.1 71575423.National Cash thereof upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs Florence H. DQW, it now lies, thence in a
FLAGLER' COUNTY FLORIDA,' IN attorney, whose name and Southeasterly direction along I
3590588. 1506 Sunset BoulevardLos ,
the East line of John Anderson
address is: I
PERCIVAL CHANCERY S.NO.BORDE.3O32 f 1 20* RCA Samuel V. Holch Angeles. California .SRD No, Highway as it now lies to a I

Plaintiff 1 5 ton air P. O. Box 471 25 point on the South line of Tract

5 booths. East l'alatka, Floridanot 4, thence East to the point of
JOYCE v 1 table with 4 ; later than 26th A.D. Josephine Dow .- beginning in the South half of i
February .
BORDE. 1 floor Dana Point, California ,SRD No. 33
I fan 1960.If. Tract 3 and South half of Tract I
I \ Defendant I I I 1 22' back bar. 4, Block D. Section II, Town- ,
NOTICE TO DEFEND you fail to do so decree pro
Mary Elizabeth '.
1 22 Dyer "
front bar
ship 12 South. Range 31 East. ;
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: confesso will be entered againstyou c/o Paul Ezra Lord
1 Silent Sioux
I in the Bunnell DevelopmentCompany's
Joyce Borde 1 for the relief demanded in the 60 Broadway' 'I' II
1 3 compartment Subdivision as recorded -
13 Main Street I bill of cpmplalnt. The nature of
New York 4, New York SRD NO. I
Port Misc. glasses and said suit being for Divorce. in Plat Book 1. page 1.
Cocorite 1 fully 111213 public records of Flagler County "
of Spain. ,Trinidad. WITNESS my hand and seal of
I B. W I. cense 1960 City said Court this 26th day of Janu- Florida,
Faguler National Bank of Warrenton -
State and County lying East of and within. 40 feet
You are ,hereby notified that a ary A.D. 1960. Virginia as Trustee
of the centerline of State Road S-
as the property of *
suit has been (Official Seal)
filed against' you Defendant and that Warrenton, Virginia SRD NO. %01, Section 73560 said centerline
in above'entitled RALPH E. HARBERT '
the cause; and 111213
of March. A. D. ; being described as follows:
Clerk of said Circuit Court
you arc hereby required to file
Begin the South line of Sec
your answer with the Clerk of this legal o'clock hours in the of sale Jan. 28 & Feb. t-ll-18-4tc DeBorah ''Dyer Kneeland tion 11.on Township 12 .South. I

Court, and to serve a thereof c/o Paul Ezra Lord
copy Range 31 East, at point 965.59feet
in the
upon plaintiff plaintiffs
or attorney 60 Broadway
West from the Southeast
whose name and address is: day. on the FLAGLER COUNTY .FLORIDA New York 4, New York SRD NO. corner of said Section 11 and
Bar Holden '
Samuel V. HolchP. IN CHANCERY' NO.3924
: run North 1731'15 West 2043.81
way No. 1, Bunnell. HELEN COUGHL1N.
O. Box 471
of feet to the North line of the .
East Palatka Floridanot Bunnell. Plaintiff SECTION 73360-2001 STATE ROADS201
South % of Tract 4, Block D,
Ida 1 will offer '
later than February 26th. A.D. vs. FLAGLER COUNTY DESCRIPTIONS Bunnell Development Company"sSubdivision.
1960. to the highest CHARLES ,v.. COUGHLIN.

If you fail to 'do so. decree.pro I hand the above Defendant. point 273.47. feet aforesaid West from at the a

confesso, wil(. be entered againstyou as the property of I \ NOTICE TO DEFEND SRD No. 4-R RIGHT OF WAY Northeast corner of said South
for' the relief''demanded in the to satisfy, paid ( I .THE STATE OF ,FLORIDA. TO:, That part of: V4 of said Tract 4.
\ bill of complaints The, nature of /a/ HOMBK Charles \VI.JJ-Coughlln. 5 'The land herein'''Uescribed: contains

said suit being for "Divorce. I Sheriff of 4.11.c'i RA 122+ 352i: :' Lot 7 of the Bulow Grant. Sec- 896 square feet, more or less.
WITNESS my hand and seal of I Florida Co. A.*2nd B. C. T.- tion 38. Township 12 South. l OWNED BY: George M. Barrett
said Court this ,26th day of January Lawrence W. Borns A. P. O. No. 81 Mange 31 East. and his wife, Alice B. Barrett.
A.D. 1960. 426 Seabreeze Blvd. New York New York
lying within 50 feet on each side*
(Official Seal) Daytona Beach. } You are hereby notified that a of the center line of State Road SRD No. 33 RIGHT op WAY
RALPH E. HARBERT. ATTONREY FOR suit has been 'filed against you in S-201 Section73560.. said center .
Clerk of said Circuit Court Feb. 4-11-18-25 the above entitled cause; and you That part of:
line being described with reference
A of land 20 feet in width
Jan28 & F b. 4-U.I8-4 I are hereby required to file your an- strip
; ? to said Lot 7, as follows: .j I
lying and being Northerly of
IN THE CIRCUIT i swer with the Clerk of this Court ,
South line of said
Begin the
on the South ,line of that part of
i thereof
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH !SEVENTH and to serve a copy upon
Lot 7 8714.97 feet
at a point the SV& of Tract 4, Block D,
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IN AND FOR the plaintiff plaintiff's attorney
Easterly from the Southwest
FLORIDA IN' AND FOR FLAG. TY FLORIDA. whose name and address ,is: corner thereof and run North1S56'IS" I I West of the Westerly, boundaryof
John Anderson Highway In
LEI ,COUNTY. CHANCERY NO. IN RE Ray Selden West 2531.59 feet to
., 3O28 FOLLOWING Selden Building 800 Main St. Section 11. Township 12. South.
the North line of said Lot 7 ata
Range 31 East, according to the
CARL WOODROW CLUITONt' ERTY: Daytona Beach. Florida
.' ... Plaintiff. I 1. 1956 4 Door not later than February 25th. A. D. from point the 2905,22 Northeast feet Westerly plat of the Bunnell DevelopmentCompanY's
corner I I I
Serial 56SL19978M 1960. Subdivision, as recorded -

. JANE NOBLE8"cLiNTON.Defendant.. 2. 195& Pontiac If you fail to do so. decree pro thereof 1556'15;" thence West 2152.71 continue feet North to in Plat Book 1. page I,
public records of Flagler County -
Serial A755H7750 confesso will be> entered against
. the North line of Lot 6 of said
NOTICE 3. 1955 Dodge you for the relief demanded in the
Bulow Grant at a point 2205.10feet lying West of and within 40 feet
IN THE 'NAME OF THE 'STATE Vehicle No, bill of complaint. The nature of Westerly from the North-
of the centerline of State Road S-
OF FLORIDA: 4, 1955 2 Door said suit being for Divorce.
east corner of said Lot 6.
%01, Section 73560 said centerline
TO: Jane Noble Clinton rial No. WITNESS my hand and seal of The strip of land herein described
1404 Meadow Road I 5. 1950 4 Door said Court this 20th day of JanuaryA. contains 2.91 less being described as follows:
acres or ,
Begin on the South line of Sec-
hide .
Columbus 12. Ohio No. 31484553 D. 1960.OffIcial exclusive of area in existing rightof tion ,11
Township 12 South.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 6. 1949 4 Door ( Seal)
way. Range 31 East, at a point 965.69
that Engine Ko. RALPH HARBERT
Bill of E.
" Complaint has been OWNED BY Oakes Ames and feet West from the Southeastcorner
filed THE STATE Clerk of said Circuit Court
against in the
you Circuit his wife Blanche Ames Ames. ,
of said Section 11 and
Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit Lonnie James. Jan. 28 & Feb. 4-11-18-4tc I
run North 17.31'15. West 2043.81
of Florida in and for Flakier Pierce. Florida and SRD No. 11.1213 RIGHT OF WAY feet the
; to the North line of
County, in Chancery by Carl Woodrow ty Bank. Ft. IN THE 'CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH South Block
;; Clinton. The nature of said Thomas B. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IV AND That part of: Bunnell% of Tract 4. D.

! suit is a Bill for Divorce. You 17. Miami. FOR FLAGLER COUNTY FLOR- Lot 3 of the Bulow Grant, as Development Company'sSubdivision

\ are hereby required to file personally graham Bldg.. IDA. EQUITY Xo. 393O designated on map or plat of point 273.47. feet aforesaid West from at the a
GAC Finance DORIS BARTHELMESS. of Sections 37 and 38.-
', or by attorney with the Clerk part Northeast said South
", of said Court your written defenses Avenue Miami, Plaintiff Township 12 South Ranges 31 K of said corner Tract of 4.

,- ., ,if any you have to said Samuel L. RICHARDSBARTHELMESS.Defendant. and 32 East said plat being an- The land<<, herein described contains
Complaint and to serve same upon Orlando, 'Florida nexed to report of Commission 315
s. the undersigned attorney for Plaintiff curities Company era in partition suit of CharlesB. OWNED square BY:feet Josephine more Dow.or
{- onor before the 29th day of Drive. .Orlando. NOTICE TO APPEAR AND Bucknor vs. William F. Buck-
: ? February A. D. 1960. to-wit: Eldoro Fraizer. ANSWER nor et al, said Commissioners'
r ..' GILLESPIE .AND GILLESPIE Ave.. Daytona IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF Report having been filed in the TAKE NOTICE that a Declara-
;:; Attorneys at Law Time Finance : FLORIDA Office of the Clerk of the Circuit tion of Taking has been filed In

;; Bank of New Smyrna Bldg. Avenue. Daytorta TO: RICHARD4 BARTHELMESS Court. Volusia County Florida the above-styled cause by the Pe-

,ft- New Smyrna Beach. Florida. Johon Lee. 743 } 156 Munsell Road September 20, 1867. titioners, the acquiring authorityof
. THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE is I sonville. Florida. East Patchogue lying within 50 feet on each side. these proceedings of the taking

.' hereby designated as the newspaper Ben Archer. 353 Long Island. New York of the centerline of State Road of the above-described lands ferthe
f in which this Notice shall be I tona Beach. You are hereby notified that a S-201 Section 73560. said centerline purpose set forth in the Pe-

i. published once a. week for four (4) Cars Inc. 601 suit has been rought against you being described with reference to tition in this cause viz: As right i
.::- f- consecutive weeks. Daytona Beach. in the Circuit Court of Flagler said Lot 3. as follows: of way tor'a portion of State Road

\VJTNESS my hand and official AND ALL County in Equity by DORIS BAR Begin on the South line of Lbt 8-201. Flagler County. Florida. and

ft :,, seal at Bunnell, Flagler County CORPORATIONS THELMESS, Plaintiff and you are 4 of the Bulow Grant as, shownon that the Honorable Geo. Wm. Jackson -
Dida this 22nd day of January. ING OR hereby required to file personallY. the above mentioned plat at one of the Circuit Judges of
,x A. & IN OR LIEN ON or by attorney with the Clerk of a point 2367.74 feet Westerly the Seventh Judicial Circuit of
RALPH Sv HARBERT SCRIBED said Court your written defenses from the Southeast corner of Florida will on February 9. 1960.

"., ,r Clerk Circuit Court YOU AND if any. to the Bill In Equity, in said Lot 4: thence run North at 2:00 o'clock P. )L, in the Circuit
(Circuit Court Seal) I hereby notified said suit on or before the 29th day 15-56'15" West 1742.29 feet to Court Chambers in the Flagler

F. GILLESPIE AND GILLESPIE scribed property of February. A. D. 1960 'and also the beginning* of a curve con- County Courthouse at Bunnell

': Dy: ;I. .U.... Gillespie under and by to serve a ,copy of your written cave toil the Southwesterly and Florida consider said Declarationof
; Attorney for Plaintiff Florida Statutes as defenses upon Messrs. OSSINSKY & having a radius of 1146.28 feet; Taking appoint appraisers and
r Jan. 28 & Feb. 4-11-U--ttc now in the KROL. Attorneys for Plaintiff at thence along said curve thrbugh I make such Order as the Court
of County their offices at 411 Main Street. a' central angle of 22*29'08". a deems proper. All parties to the
County, and you. Daytona Beach. Florida on or before distance of 449.71 feet to the suit and all 'parties interested may
: are hereby the 29th day of February. A. South line of said Lot 3 at a appear and be heard at the time

OIfp! Jfflarjlrr ulrtbunpBUICNBLL petition. under D. 1960. as required by the Florida : -point 2264.86 feet Westerly from: and place designated.
.\ :}: I. | t been filed in the Equity Rules and herein fail' the Southeast corner thereof You. and each of you. are hereby

the Seventh. \ not or Decree Pro Confesso and thence continue along said : commanded to appear by filing an

': FLORIDA I for Flagler Final Decree'. will be entered curve through a central angle answer filed to the petition heretofore
ing the forfeiture against you by default. of 110'52". a distance of 23.62 in this cause in the above-
erty. and you, are That the name of the Court In I feet to end of curve; thence entitled Court on or before the 14th
and required to. which said suit has been instituted North 39-36'15" West 2076.46 d..y of March A. D. 1960. to show

MRS, M.:B. FULLER. Editor any you have and is the Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial feet to the North line of said what right, title, interest. or liens
\ : '- or before the 18th Circuit of Florida in-and for Lot 3 at a point 2333.36 feet you or, any of you. have in and

,i '. JDe.I. 1960. if not Flagler County: in Equity and that Westerly from the Northeast to any of the above-described
'.., ....fed'O.I.I ....leatJ.. process herein. the title of said cause Is as herein corner thereofthence continue I lands and show cause why the
: above same should not be taken for the
t PabHe days from set forth. North 39-U'U' West 25 feet to
>:, for Xotlee* *f Flakier sonallY served You are further notified that the survey Station 122---00 use and purpose set forth in the

', .. Ounty, "Maalelimlltlea thereto i I why be forfeited the said divorce nature of custody said suit of minor is a suit childrenand for I end tion. of this centerline d serape 'I petition WITNESS filed my Hand and the Of

< "'.1' ..d :tfc*' State ,.f FUrtda ter Should you other relief more tully set The land herein described contains ficial Seal of said Court on this
-.if; as herein directed forth Itf Plaintiffs Bill in Equity 2.42 Acres more or less exclusive 25th: day of January. A. D. 1960.

be entered ,herein In this cause. of area in existing right of way.

kBitered '..'Wr..d class matte due ,course WITNESS my hand and seal of OWNED BY: Mary Elizabeth Dyer, RALPH E. HARBERT
served with pr ** office at Bunnell. Flagler County. DeBorah Dyer Kneeland. Susan Clerk of the Circuit Court,

February....". 191S., at tM peetofilee: copy of the Florida this 26th day *.f January. Drake Sears and Faquier National Flagler, County -
from A. D. 1960. Seal
filed herein Bank of Warrenton. Virginiaas (Court ) ,
",'' at BaaaA FI.Hda,,...er net *f Clerk o _Cowt-. RALPH E. HARBERTAs Trustee of Estate of W. Wilson .

;; -:Mart* rHN., WITNiWB' sS y Clerk of the, Circuit Court Drake deceased. > H. T. COOK,County Attorney ;}

: : of the. abWT of Flagler County. Florida. 8RD No. "25 RIGHT OF WAY BunnelL=Florida '.i-
:: J : : ? BunBeH.:; (Circuit Court t" ,That part ofBeginning : and -- .
)'1;: ,. ....,. ,-? I" < ,, -,. -. I t OSSINSKY & l, Rot ? ;>-' STEPHEN
Jawastgr -
; JR.
J4 ,
.:f'- ,'," .? ." 'Q&ei". -a"... 1 .' l'Se&l>) -J'firs : Solicitors for Plaintiff ,,' :<: s: j; -_ at the Southwest Holland Building; f. '
ate : .. -JLK I ::_ 411 Main : :, ":; corner ofthe N% of Tract 10. Tallahassee Florida ,
f / t ti i Daytona Bach, Florida ? <.*" f- Block D....;Section 11. Township Counsellor the Petitioners. :" ,

2'Ec .1alL. -ltib: .Jan28 & Felt- 4-U'18-4t, ',' **" I ;-; 12; South Range 31 East, ac- Jan 28 & Feb. 4-11- 4te_


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1 : Thursday" Feb.. 11, 1960 THE FLAGLER, TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA.. ". .. PAGE..SEVENtar
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l' -' .... ,. I Miss Peavy, dium orchids. j(George MoodS; .. ;

i.. I Mr. Botteabusch :Mrs. Botterbusch was attiredin Hohored At A ",'' .
d L
, s a grey knitted suit .with
..' -r Recite Wedding Vows matching accessories. Her flow- Birthday Dinner _

Miss Margaret Peavy and Mr. ers was a corsage of moss green George Moody, Sr., was honored -
Ei i;: LOG L orchids in net and
1 John Henry Bottersbusch, Jr., satin. mossgreen v guest at a dinner Sundayat
were married in a simple and the home of Mr. and :Mrs.

. .impressive wedding ceremonyat Following the ceremony, a reception M. B. Fuller. The occasion was '
o'clock on February first was given at the homeof in celebration of his ,birthday
'/ .. Sunday evening during which eight
Mrs. "
t "Mr. and Trojan
time friends and- neigh- at the First Baptist Church. The the bride's brother and, sisterin anniversary which occurs on the
.. v Celebrate Golden many :' Pinner law, Mr. and Mrs. H. V.'Peavy, tenth of
t.... bors called. to offer congratulations. pastor, Rev. Thomas officiated February.
'" in the double ring cere- on South Forsythe St. After the Members of Mr. Moody's family ,
; _. Wedding Sunday t mony. reception the couple left for a present Included' Mr. and

.,: '- Celebrating their Golden Wed- Carolyn Preston i I The bride is the daughter of short wedding trip after which Mrs. George Moody, Jr., and

:": ding Anniversary Sunday, Mr.f1 I:Mr. and .Mrs. Howell Peavy, they will reside in Jacksonville Gary, Leonard Moody and Eula

and Mrs. Barney Trojan attended In Capping Ceremony'I formerly of Bunnell and now in where they are employed. Lee Moody of Flagler Beach;
eight o'clock mass at St. I St. Augustine. The bridegroom Mr. and Mrs. I, I. Moody, Nancy
v Mary's Catholic Church of Ko- Miss of Carolyn J.. D. Preston Preston, daugh-I I is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. George Allen, Sr. left and Howard Moody of Lake City.
ter Mr.
during the weekend for a visit
r : rona and received a blessing by'J' ler Beach, will take part I H. Botterbusch, $r., of Flagler I (Continued on Page 10)
Father Larkin. j with her sister in Darien, Ga. ,
J' capping exercises of St. Luke's I I II Beach. -, '
: the Hospital School of Nursing in I Miss Samuella Whitaker rendered i I ... ,
; Following mass they entertained -
i !
C. at a banquet which Jacksonville Friday evening. I : a program of nuptial mu- "
was attended by members of ,Having successfully' completedthe sic prior to the ceremony and S. NOTICE -
-t-; their families. The banquet first six months of the three- Mr. Walter :Morris was soloist. ., .
::j' Serving as best man was Mr.
educational Miss
table was overlaid nth a white year program t
L. --... linen cloth and: was centered Preston will receive her cap in I Herbert Rodgers of Jacksonville. ,Notice 'is hereby given that a municipal elec-

; with an arrangement of whiter a candle-lighting ceremony in Ushers were Mr. David Shields tion will be held in the City of Bunnell, Florida,

: mums highlighted with gold. the Friday Musicale Auditoriumin and :Mr. Robert Walters. Mr. on Tuesday, the '8th-day of March, A.D. 1960, for
Two branched holders held gold Jacksonville.A Peavy gave his daughter in mar-
the of three Commission
purpose electing City ;
:4 candles. Favors also carried out graduate of Bunnell High riage.
'' bride had 'her maidof and all desiring to have their names printed
t. ',' the color scheme of gold and School, Miss Preston entered St. 1 as persons
:t white: Luke's Hospital School of Nurs honor Miss Virginia Ates upon the official ballots as candidates are required -

:l Members of the. family' who ing in September. She, attends who wore a pink sheath dress to file written nptice of their intention to

;''1, were present were their son, three full days each week at with matching jacket and ac be candidates in the office of the City Clerk on I

; Henry Trojan of Newport, IL!.; Jacksonville University which is cessories.of Her flowers buds was a or before the 26th day of February, A-D- 1960. :
bouquet pink rose and
t affiliated with the
; their son in law'and 'daughter, hospital )
r-.... Mr.. and Mrs. Lee Drasba of 5t.'f school. All freshmen student green net. Notice us further given that the registration

: Petersburg; Mr. Trojan's sister, nurses not only attend classesat The bride chose for her wed- books of the City of Bunnell, Florida, are now

ti. Mrs Lottie Albrecht, Chicago; the university, but participate ding a light blue wool dress open for registration of voters to and including the
; his in in all activities, and live with a short Jacket. With this
brother law.
and sister, I campus
I 26th till 12 Noon.of A.D.1960.
day February
she accessories
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Olszewski I in dormitories on the hospital : '
; I'! : and, carried a bouquet of white
of Gary, Ind.; Mrs. Trojan'snephew grounds. ;
i J ,I I rose buds and net centered witha L. H. DRADY
;:- .
and neice, Mr. and Mrs.i iI:
I white orchid. City
t Ben Keen of Lansing, Ill; Mr.
TANYA HAWKINS The mother of the bride wore Clerk't
and :Mrs Henry Zeller, Bunnell; \ t
and Father Larkin; of St Augus"- Mr. and Mrs.: Edward Hawkins i a Navy Blue dress with match 4-11-18-25-4tc. f I
ing accessories and her flowers j
announce the arrival of a i
tine.The were a corsage of pink Cymbed-
Trojan's son In law and daughter, born February 5 at the i

daughter' Mr. and Mrs. Ed Zel Palatka Memorial Hospital. She I
J ler called from Hawaii during weighed seven pounds and four

the day for a reunion by tele I ounces and has' been named \ phone.Mr. : Tanya. 1\\\S

and Mrs. Trojan held i Mrs. Hawkins is the former

open. house)from five to seven l Miss Betty Muzyka of Bunnell.BRANNAM'S I III Pl :
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;; who request it. Encouragingly v ;peare, could hardly have been lof the Gothic hand. In'the gol I During the Korean War a helicopter -

: ,Writing Enthusiasts the nonprofit organization is receiving t worse. den days of the Renaissance, from the heavy. cruiser ,

thousands of appeals ;! Italian penmen looked back to Ir.USS Helena made so many. successful \
have had
Traditionally monks
Seek To Revive ,
: from schools, individuals and ; old manuscripts for inspiration. rescues of downed pilots
more time to write than anyone I
businesses. i Impressed by the legibility of that it earned the name. "Last I
{* A Declining Art ii i else, and they've done the .
i the Caroline style, they revivedit Chance Taxi."
Some American business firms i best job of it. Perhaps;the finestof
as the italic hand, with a
t There's a movement afoot to conducting handwriting! all calligraphic styles was developed : "
: the most flour h.that. has never been IN TilE CIRCUITFOR COURT"IN1 AND
hand to neglected
give a monk
by English
Vast sums an
classes for employees. surpassed.The l KIA of the three R's-writing.- are lost each year,from carelessly j named Alcuin at the instance of' V I CITIZENS IDA IX BANK CIIANC'EIIV OF BUNNELL NO. .3T08 .M

orders tickets Charlemagne (A. D. 742-814). steel encouraged the.11 Plaintiffvs
In both the United States and scribbled bills, : pen
r-y England, a group of enthusiasts and checks. These result in In. I The great emperor of the West, next dominant style of writing.. THE RED -ROOF INC.
accurate charges and faulty ) a sutdent of languages and the This was the English round I n.fep".nt.
revive interest and
r Is trying to' NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALENotice !
skill in calligraphy. Good services that tend to ruffle the ] arts, ordered a general revisionof hand, or copperplate that was I, hereoy liCivoa1'1' tart I,
the of religious graceful and rounded, embel Homer W. Brooks. Sheriff of Flag-
customers. 1 calligraphy ler ,
manship was once considered a tt County Florida: under and by
t texts. Alcuin developed a simple lished with swirls, and deploredby virtue of an Alias' Writ of. Execu-
y 7.t social grace, but it has declined Schools becoming IncreasIngly tion heretofore issued' out of the
i, legible, handsome style calligraphers. above
entitled above
'telegrams I court in the
., in the era typewriters, .
concerned about the in.ferior' styled the
cause have levied upon
that survived until the 13th
1 I, Today, the handwriting of
and telephones. Purists handwriting of their pu- following described personal. property .
to-wit ,
tury. :
warn that Anglo-American hand- As a rule, printing"is 1 1 most American and Englishmen, Eleven tables
writing is taking on the in- pils. Then the Caroline minuscule, however hieroglyphic is basedon Fourteen chairs. ,
taught in the first two grades )] One Frialator deep frier Ser. No...
scrutable character of cuneiform the cursive in the| as it was called, gave way to either the italic or round 147X7088CU "
with shift to
', a j! the heavy, angular compressions { hand. One Progress water cooler, model -
sand drawings.
d or Zulu third. There is now less emphasis I 153. 'S .
-- One Coca-Cola electric drink box.
4_ : To improve the sad state of on penmanship than in the I II One Coldspot deep freeze.
schools One Westinghouse refrigerator
classic form of leisurely era of one-room ,
handwriting, a Sere No. 4484530. -
'a' it is now being taught at Eton,I I writing masters, and a simple j i c2rgJJjJALMANAe One One Cashier's serving counter.desk and stool.

r !; Winchester, and Harrow, three curriculum based on the Three Two 3 compartment sinks.
1 I l One two compartment sink
R's and the hickory j '
of England's top schools .
prep I I FEB.I2.IS09ABRAHAM UNCOUI BORN. One Lawson gas water heater.
"x One
masterbilt refrigerated case.
the National Geographic Society I The art of handwriting has DESPERATE ENOUGH TO FE813 f141 'THE AMERICAN"FIRST .One range hood.
/ says. This is the chancery, or had its downs before, but among 1\! PLAY POST' OFFICE WITH MAGAZINE IN AMERICA PU&L1SHEP na the property of the above named
I i j I A SECOND-CLASS MALE. BY ANDREW BRAPFORP. Defendant and that on the 4th
italic, hand. As its name sug- many generations men it has'I FEB.I4ST. rNTiNE'sVALENTINEACHRIST1AN CAY. day of April A. D. 1960, between

.gests, the style is the basis for commanded the greatest respect.,!I MARTYR, the eleven legal o'clock hours in the of sale forenoon namely and
2f the italic type used, by printers. Anyone who could write -at all j I I m'111 : OH 1D YOU, FEB.I5.I898 14,270. two oclock in the afternoon on
day. on the premises of The
Exhibits Held in U s. I!i l .,P/W ISH-AMERIUW WAR B6SAM.FEB. .
Was held in high honor by anci Red Roof. Inc. No. 2420 AlA Highway
Italic writing Is enjoying a .\6.I ents. Even in the 16th century j i{t JAPANESE .AT TKUK. Beach Flagler County. Florida I
general revival in England. An was not a common will offer for sale and sell to the
exhibit collected by London'sSociety penmanship I FEB.I7J&67! SUEZ CANAL OPENED highest bidder for cash, in hand,
p accomplishment. FEB.18.1930 ADMIRAL BYRD the above described property as
i of Italic Handwriting has I REACHES "LITTLE AMERICA*. the property of said Defendant to
tI satisfy said execution.
been touring the United States Shakespeare's Handwriting Poor /s/ HOMER \V. BROOKS

L4, for more than two years. I Henry VIII couldn't write, and'! Sheriff County. -of Florida Flagler

k f': American pen manufacturers he took pains to see that, his I H. T. Cook,

; formed the Handwriting Foundation I children learned, Elizabeth became i 7 Attorney Bunnell Florida for Plaintiff

a- > k in Washington," D. C., to a superb penwoman, but i ,Feb 11-18-25 & March 3-lie_ =

promote better penmanship and I the handwriting of one of her i, "

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The city of East St. Louis, Illinois, as the name implies, is .on the 1
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- ;f, -r. St. Louis, Missouri. "Years ago East St. Louis was considered a '

.1"." mere "step-child" of St. Louis, and a poor one at that, because the
"; Illinois city had "somehow become associated with such undesirable 'S.

: activities as gambling, gang wars and killings. Right or" wrong, the .
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reputation is '1 story." Today, East St. Louis is a city that. contra- sr

, dicts its past and its reputation. Today. East St. Louis is a finalistin
[ the 'All-America city competition. I S.

The pattern for progress was munity-wide development which

I. ;" :" probably set ,up some years ago, aims to continually improve the 4, I
._ '.: but the fruits of community effort cultural and physical aspects of ;: Pr

V' have become more abundant the city and at the same time attract :
r and more'evident in the last three new industries to the area

f F or four With some dedicated already'a center of high produc,
leadership the people of East St. tivity.
i- : Louis set out on a program of Founded when .Captain James .

.\'. l' civic improvement which has Piggot built two log cabins on the .
' amazed even the local citizens banks of the Mississippi. East St : From all of :us to all of, you .

?," themselves. Coordinating these Louis-was,known as Illinois City \
. I.; efforts were such organizations niinoistown. and finally. in 1861 .

; as .Community Progress, Inc., East St. Louis. Today with a )

r" :: which is composed of representatives population of 90,000, East St. 4app.SaQefiAt e
,of every neighborhood Louis is an industrial center in-

: group and organization in the cluding three major meat packing
:.: Co city; the Boost East SU Louis plants; chemicals; non-ferrous -. .
-. Committee ,Inc., the East St. metals and copper tubings. Sec

: ... .' ? Louis Chamber of Commerce; and-largest rail center in the this sentimental season we are wearing'our? -
'" and the East St Louis Junior nation. East St Louis boasts ?:*'

.', Chamber Commerce. Aided by facilities for transhipment raw. heart on our sleeve to tell you how happy we;:are to
-' "the efforts of the City council and manufactured .materials -vta' -

": and other public agencies, thepeopleof Mississippi.River barge lines. and have you for a customer. Thanks for all the calls
'l i .' ; ,East St Louis have many of its products are distributed : .1' .' .

,,". carried forth' a program of com world-wide. : you make. Valentine and all through.they :,.:we're ..

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}:, area. Total defense expendituresin I the funds requested for defense. cent greater than non.defense believe, that we should go to

fiscal 1961 are at the same The President and the military spending in fiscal 1954. It is work and trim extravagance
I rate as in the current, yea The| have come up with this defense here that the big bulge in Fed : waste, duplication of effort and

I I figure is 45 billion, 600< million I budget which they say is ad eral spending has occurred in uneconomical programs. ,1

a ., ., II I i I dollars. equate. I hope it is. It's smaller I ,.
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The increased spending' in
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the non-defense increases programs.are: Soma of |I Jars good will deal buy.more than 1960. dol- CRAIG FUNERAL HOME .

Non.mI1itary"foreign aid, up By comparison, 1960 .non-de- A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director 1
175 million; interest on the pub.
r. JOHN Associate ;
lic debt, up 200 million; farm f i

price supports and other- agricultural I AmCONDITIONED. LADY.. OXYGEN : j I
S. (Syd Her ong aid, up 50 million; la CYPRESS I I ,EQUIPPED I

Congressman rifih Dhtrl bor and public welfare spend I CHAPELATI'ENDANT AMBULANCES .
ing, up 125 million; natural re I GARDENS I! ".:.--

'The President's 1961 budget sources programs', up 159 mil. I Phone ID 7-3532

calls for both increased Federal lion. j waterski shows doily 1 .. I -
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spending and increased taxes f It is hard to
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can avoid both increased spending I leave most of that work toile INVITING YOUR PATRONAGE

and tax increases. I shall 1 II t members of the Appropriations ; 1 .
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certainly work toward reducing Committees who go over, .F t 1 ;

1 spending and against further tax 1.the) budget, item by item, and i -... ., -. ', ,I Have Just Completed A New, Modern Building Housing .-' ,

Increases require the Federal departmentsand : ,: -- .1'"
agencies to justify them. '
As of now, it seems almost The members of the Appropriations !1 r"

certain that Congress will reject Committees do a wonder' CHARLIE'St .BAR .i
the 'President's request for increased II ful job. You will recall that last :.'

motor and aviation:.fuel year, although the Congress was ....,1.< ...'
taxes and one-cent increases in I labeled as a Congress of "spend "' AT U.S. NO. 1 and Booe Street --: ;...; ,

the first class and air mail postal I ers," reductions were effected in r l \,. a. ;--!. = i .

rates. There :seems to be very practically every appropriationbill. v r

little sentiment in Congress for .- The whole Congress backed I' #,Inviting Your. Patronage.. We1Hav A "Drive-In" WindowFor," .

these increases. lip the work of the Appropria '.. ,,1 \ --
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f on the state of the budget and fact, as I see it, the only way I '. -.,.. '

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these proposals are scheduled to budget, much less a surplus, is ."

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fore, think we'll have to look In this report I shall not at- i .; '' ., '.- .

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budget surplus which the

President says is in this budget. ..
See Tlie Dinah Shore Chevy Show in color Sundays, NBC-TV-the Pat Boone Chevy Showroom weekly, ABC-TV. ,
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"'.",R .. .- The 60 Chevrolet models most people Big brakes for quicker, surer stops. Economy Turbo-Fire VS. Or how to

: .t. buy, equipped the way most people Rivetless bonded linings mean they getup to 10% more miles per gallon
t,. <,. want them, are,actually priced lower last longer, too. ( of regular and still have lots of "git."
:. TV Bob -- than last 'year's models. This two-
.. tone Bel Air V8 sedan for More room to relax In. Chevy sedans Thriftiest 6 In any full-size car. It's
example- offer roomier seating than any car in the '60 version of the engine that got
,\ SERVICE with Turboglide, push-button radio their class. Lower 22.38 miles
narrower trans- per gallon in the 1959
and'de luxe heater-lists for a whole :mission tunnel foot Mobilgas
means more room. Economy Run.
all makes f $76.05 less Prices are lower for all

comparable V8 models throughout 'Only full wraparound windshield Widest choice
<', Sales Tubes and x I the line. Also for all comparable 6among the leading low- riced cars.engmetransmlSSion teams in all,with
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cylinder models with P owerg l.d e. YetChevy's I I .
'Antenna Installation Electric windshield wipers keep sweep ,
: _: I loaded with more of the 'ing even when you speed up to pass. trunk that made for long trips
_:.: PHONE HE 9-2204. ;! things that put pleasure into owning with up to22.5%more actual luggagea
; car. (Just look at the list!) It's the Vent windows crank open and closed. space. Sill's lower for easier loading.

t.- -_ _. greatest year yet to get into a Chevy! So much simpler than fighting those Fisher Body
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the finish, the ; _
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-- at all four wheels and new and easy. The same key opens door work. You'll see CHEVROLET. -

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?< : Seven ,score and one year ago I Bell Telephone and Heidi, Eisenbach I ,
,'-'.. .,- '. ,Abraham Lincoln was in the I Telegraph Co. has completed Honored With A 1 .,.. . .:'. \. ,- .. '\ ,;;<.- '
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_ ::. fifth grade. one Birthday Party I r r .
directories in ,
F Abe 1960 telephone .
and was
., "" : forty-one years ago Miss Heidi Eisenbach was ,
'. old. His school Flagler county, Manager W. R. I
r' J.O years wasa I honored with a party Saturday '

iti.: :; o ;"He lot had different no books from, ours,today. Leach Mr. said Leach today.said there were evening in celebration of her : ;: :

;;'..t. paper In the 13th birthday anniversary. The Whenf ,,'
.' :"a lerla, library, or gym. cafe-I 1,080 subscribers county mother
which includes IDlewood and party was given by ..
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celebrate birthday on
ri. Mrs. C. B. Eisenbach, at the
:, ary twelfth we can be glad we J HEmlock exchanges at the be- Bunnell '. ." ,
." 4 these things. giving of 1960. .January 1, 1959, Community Center
'. Four. 1 1I the company had 932 subscribers which was beautifully decoratedfor
p;. It's nearing February the
f occasion carrying out
leenth Valentine's's Day again. in the county You NeedS
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.{s The school rooms are being dec. Mr. Leach also said there wasa theme. :
; ,. Party balloons in the color ,
total of 36,300 directories delivered -
orated. So, hurry and get all
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pink aqua I
', this year which includes
Valentines signed and
r! :your
'., exchanges Clinton, Orange, Idle. festive occasion. Games .
out. Since Val ,
r ready to give en, ,
and features of
." wood, and Hemlock. This is an dancing were .
..._: tine's Day is on Sunday thetI entertainment' for the 50 I
increase of about 3,000 subscribers young
; class parties will. be on Friday. .
guests. Prizes were awarded to
. :.!a: Be sure to go to your Sunday over February 1959 deliver' Ida Allen and:Robbie Tucker.
) School this Sunday. The Baptist ies.
.{ Mrs. Eisenbach was assistedin
,:H: especially want. a big attendance caring for her young guestsby -

\9,: :.' on Valentine's Day. F Heidi's grandmother, Mrs.H. i
Have ever wondered what Baptist: Church ,
:, you \ A. Eisenbach, Mary Susan ,
teachers of ? I was
:"i' expect you Brannam and Benton Eisenbach.
"t",;: -:. stalking to Coach Jenkins and he Makes Plans To ,

%}' .C 'wants his students to try their I
I Mrs.: Emma "Murray and Mrs.
Ibest. Mrs. Morris wants Open CenterThe
4 yOU'' Lucille Anderson attended the
I students to attention. If
:; : pay First Baptist Church voted advisory council meeting of the
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get in her class don't day-dream.I
; at .a recent business meeting to classroom department of the
: ', ;Mrs. Anderson expects her students
)open a recreation center. The Florida Education Associationheld -
to have intellectual curiiosity. -
center will be located in the old at the Angebilt Hotel in Orlando -
In other words be interested .
a \. sanctuary, providing a space of last Friday and Saturday.Mrs. :
Mrs. Higginbotham, Mrs.j : ,
ilL. about 36 by 46 feet, Rev. Thomas Murray is the C.T.A. di. ;.
Tonkin, 'and Miss Rogers like an .
Pinner, pastor of the church, rector.from district five and Mrs. '. ...
: "'all-around" student. Mrs. Ed- '
t i2', said -today.A Anderson is .president of the
-dinger likes originality. That OFFICE'FORMS : :< Y .
.f.:>: committee composed of Flagler County C.T. A. .
t- means she doesn't like copy-cats. F ,
: Mrs. June Holderidge, Jack .
C- ; Sorry if I didn't get around toyour" : )
l gfrk. < Clegg and Sam Haywood is now Guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.. H. : :
._ .: teacher. Why not go ask I considering types of games to Corley this week are Mr. and"lIrs. ENVELOPESINVOICES :.

"; ''. her now?; be installed. The supervision J. A. Nickels of Greenville, :.' .- .
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* any committee is headed by DuaneMetts S. C. Mrs. Nickles is. Mr. Cor- ; ,t < ;
t In a trance it's because there .
,: "' : and Duffy Thompson. ley's sister. -< .
;(,: was..a Hypnotist show Wed. .
I Miss Nancy Youree will direct .1,J", ;
r'1_.My' favorite joke of the week the ,scheduling of games and Amongthose who attendedthe ..'. LETTER HEADS ,"
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-: '- activities in the new center. Florida State Fair in Tampa .
wlth"the butcher : i '
John: joked
The recreation center will be: Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. P. :- ;, .'- ,
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open to all the yduth of Bun. A. Edmonson and daughter, -. BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS ; .
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Tom: What did he give you?
This Sunday the pastor, Rev. .
.John: Three pigs feet. :
Thomas Pinner, will bring the,I CARD OF THANKS : '

second in a series of sermons We wish to thank our rela i,._ .

\: Uunnell Methodist based on ,the Book of Revelationat tives, neighbors, and friends for -- 4f' -;

the morning worship service their attendance, gifts, cards, BILL HEADS
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Church'News This week's topic.' is "The Four and telegrams. Thank you all. .. ;-r--....

": The sermon title for the 11 o-' Horsemen." Lillian and Barney Trojan.NOTICE -

Clock morning worship is ,"Each i.I :: :::!. -. RULED FORMS'i ..

Man Is of Infinite Worth." I I : .

* fAt the 7:30 evening service, I.I.I ,- \i, TICKETS and TAGS (

the film in The Living Christ : .

: .series will be shown. The title ,:r \- ." ,

,'. .F is "Challange of Faith." -
. You are, hereby notified that the Tax Assessoror .. '
his film opens in Galilee

" with Jesus,. accompanied, by Peter his assistant will be present in the various precincts ..: CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS # )

r 1". ,- Andrew, James, and John, on the day and hour shown below, for the "n' -

r., ,, preaching a new interpretation purpose of receiving tax returns on real, personal, T < .

" of the Kingdom of God. It moves and intangible, property, and applications for home- :.
I on to include a visit by friends L. .
... stead and other exemptions: I i ,.
\ to John the Baptist in prison; -, ,

ihe story of the paralytic whose Precinct \No. Bunnell, Tax Assessor's Office-Saturday, -.
sons carry him to Jesus for heal. ,February 13*, 8 A.M. to 12:00 Noon. .

t. -jng; the calling of Matthew, the '
I Precinct No. 2-Flagler Beach Post Office Tuesday February ,
lax .collector, and Jesus' visit in"Matthew's We Don't Do The Most --
16-9:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon. "
L home where he eats .
2:00 P.M. to "i' .
; F Reptile Gardens-Tuesday. February 1&- .
< with 'publicans and sinners' and
3:00 P.M. !r
where he is called upon by the
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F I :Scribes and questioned. The film Precinct No. 5Espanola.County Polling Building-Tues PRINTING ,

i closes with the teaching scene day, February 16-4:00 P.M. to 4:30 P.M. ,

't, In a home where the paralytic Precinct No.. 3A-Korona-White Eagle-Thursday, February ,

:Is healed," Rev. Spicer said. 18-9:00 A.M. to 10:00 A.M.
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These are 16 mm sound films. '
:. The, public is invited to attend. Precinct, No. 3-Haw Creek Townsend Store Thursday, .' :.j
; February 18-11:90 A.M. to 11:30 f I.Ma .* /' .
....... The Friendly Circle will meet .... I
.Thursday, February 18 at 8 p.m. Precinct No. 4A-Bunnell. Post Office Thursday. February :: R "

'18-2:00 P.Me to 2:30 P.Me ,is ,
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. a F. ALFORD Precinct No. 4 SL Johns Park._ Community Hall. Thursday- .

Registered February ,18-3:00 P.M. to '3:30 P.M.

I The Tax Laws require that you file a_ returnon
:Real Estate Broker: Dial ID -3282
t Personal and Intangible Personal Property, regardless

; 8uBIIe1L Florida of the amount before April 1st., and I ..
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\ am required to assess a ten percent penalty upon I '"I .. ,

failure to do so.All I ... ,. .... ,,.

' Community applications exemption must be on file '. -. .

.- : before April 1st The Tax Assessor's'Office is open < .
Memorial Church from 8 A..M..to 1200 Noon and 1:00 to 4:30 P. M. :> .. *>,,v L.\... The: -,..."J..... .

J uterdraomrnationalDaytona will be to'render assistance ;.. .
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;. FLAGLER BEACH Respectfully, .

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Jttnday School 10:00 A.M, "

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