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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: February 25, 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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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! 48,.- ,NO. 7 BUNNELL. FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEB. 25, 1960 $2.50. A' YEAR
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f.-.- ;: Flagler County 4-H Clubbers .. Citizens Rally Called for 'Tonight .1.1I


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'' ; .' ; From Orlando Dairy; ShowThree I i'I Potato-Fanners O. E. S. CHAPTER Flagler BeachCitizens ,

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.., INSTALLATION SET :

i : Flagler County 4-H I Poor Plans were made at the Tuesday Group ..
tition with all other counties Experience
members returned Monday from evening meeting of thex Bun .
Ji., ; ,The three animals are judged ,
) the State 4-H Dairy Show held nell O.E.S. Chapter for the annual Will Organize
a and Flagler county's WeatherPotato
as group
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Crop
in conjunction with the Central installation of officers to
;, entry received the 10th place
I. ,.">:. Florida Fair at Orlat.1do.,Twenty award In this class.a County!j I farmers here are ex- be held on Saturday evening, The second Citizens Rally to

.... four Florida counties entered Howard 'perienclng" adverse weather for March 5th. be held in the :past ten daysat ,
Agent Taylor stated!:
i.:;. dairy animals in the week long : The installation will be held Beach has been called
rains Flagler
*' It
; J 10th place is a long way from;:growing a good Crop.
,{, fair 1st place but in the strong competition i I and then turns colon several at 8 o'clock in the evening at for 8 o'clock this evening
; The judging was completed the Masonic Temple, south learned to. j
at; this Show even 10th{ : occasions since-'.the crop Was I Bay (Thursday), it 'was
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l If.''' Monday; February 21, but cat place is quite an ..honor and:i planted-freezing temperatures. street day. The Rally is scheduled to
,; tie will 'remain;: on exhibit for everyone could be rightfully' Last week out of the' ordinary I' The meeting is open and the be held in the' Flagler) Beach

,?'" the remainder of the week. One proud of Flagler's entry. This strong winds preceding frost, public is y invited, members of Recreation Center on Central.
hundred nlnet 'three head oft the committee said. _
Avenue.
of the fields had -
was the best groomed,.best con some young-
dairy animals, representing ,all ditioned group that we have potatoes virtually; uncovered by E.H. Threadglll, who Is a :
\ I of the major dairy, breeds, were member of the Temporary Citizens :!
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ever taken to a Show and .the the wind-that Is, 'the soil over
;f on exhibit. The State 4.H Dairy three '4-H'ers have done 'a lot the- tubers had been partically Passion Play in Committee. 'and also president ;i
: Show is the climax for 4H'erswho :!
: deserve blown of The Flagler Property
I of work and a lot of away.At
,
(.i have exhibited in county credit." best, most growers, believe SeasonIn Owners Association, said the xI,
Eighth
Big
' and district 4-H shows. The is to.
of the meeting
" Mr. Leslie Tucker hauled the:' the crop maturity date has been purpose .
,
f' show is considered to be the cattle to Orlando and will return set' back at least two weeks. form a permanent organization. .
competition of all I Lake Wales Committee.
toughest
Sunday to bring_the heifers I. One growers estimated. today of the Citizens
rf;- shows held in the state. back home. Also in Orlando for that It would be the last of Other urgent business will be

Nancy Brannam's entry was the Fair were Mr. and Mrs. Levi j April or the first 'of May before Warmer weather and Sunny to discuss the projects of lot
:f: second, Martin Tucker's entry I Florida skies clearing by the city; the marsh
Brannam, Mrs. J. Kempisty and the potatoes are mature I are bringing more
iS t.. third and Jessie Overby's entry County Agent Taylor* Growers will have an opportunity and more people to the Lake land development contract .between 'i
fourth place in a large class of i t the town and Flagler
,; I next week to vote on a Wales Amphitheatre, where performances .'
junior yearling: Jersey Heifers. referendum on a'.proposed potato i of the Black Hills Harbors, Inc.
..:- The first place winner of 'the Five Men QualifyFor { marketing agreement. An I Passion Play are in full swing To be discussed also will be .

f class was owned by Jeanette article about this referendum is i for. ,the eighth year in Lake the referendum on March 8th

a !!. Foote of Orange county, who CommissionAt I in another column' on this issueof Wales. election for adding from one-

tt: .was later declared Grand Champion The Tribune. I During .the past two weeks, half to ofce mill tax to produce
< of the Show.. The Brannam
five thousand
Some growers feel that a marketing over 4,000 sixth grade students approximately
,- .j and Tucker entries' each received Flagler BeachFive agreement dollars, of revenue for the recre -
.. ( may be of from Polk County were guestsof I
&r blue ribbons. Eighty head
I considerable help, while others Josef Meier, director of the ation director and program for
-J of Jerseys were entered In_ the candidates have qualified have their doubts:However most Passion Play,' who is also the the town.It .

.show. a : _. foithe..two' tog 'x5.commission- of them,:believe md'uctlon.at famed portray4or'of the Christus.Mr. is"hoped that many citizens .
Flagler -county Talso, entered posts at FlaglerBeach *whichare I I early white' potato' here'is In Meier arranged. lior the spe who were' urfablef :iq. speak at.
tf three animals in the "Best .
this last Tuesday's meeting for lack
expiring year. a precarious state, and that cial free morning matinees February -
.,k County Group." In this class. ., I I of time will have the
r" : Those who had qualified at some method must be found if 10 for the white children'. opportunity -
r-::'. three ,animals are selected to press time were; Harmon Win- production Is to continue. .I and February 17 for the colored i to express themselves this

grove,Charles F. Charon, Charles students. The weather on the Thursday evening. Mr. Thread-
AUTO TAG SALES | Bondy, R.R, Mosby and R.J. 17th was not "chamber of commerce gill, spokesman for the Committee

EQUAL LAST YEARSale Moyer.. Lions Club .SetsAppreciation fare," but over 800 color. "sald".speakers ;will be

of automobile and truck.I .R. R. !Mosby and Charles F. ed children sat spellbound | limited as to speaking time so
Charon, whose terms are ex- that many more will have an
!4 i entire i
tags in Flagler county abqut DayThe throughthe performance,
equals sales at this time last(plring, are. qualifying for re- drenched to the skin. opportunity to speak this time' ,'

year, J.F. Mercer, tax collector,:i I election. Bunnell Lions Club votedat The Passion Play, the dramat-I All citizens:are urged to attend .
The registration books there this meeting, it was stated.
their meeting to ic
: : from whose office the tags are Monday: and soul'Stirring
i[F close Friday afternoon, Febru- hold an "Appreciation for the ,
sold, said ,today. Day" last seven days of Christ,
He said the sale of "W" tagsis I I any 26, 'Town Clerk Rudolph''I Bill France and NASCAR at one ,is a tremendous production. It I Eisenbach and
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off slightly, but the classifications i![i Peterson said today. The deadline j of the March meeting of the leaves the viewer of the two anda

are about the same as i[ for qualifying for commlsjsion -i!i; Club. half hour, performance, child I
-, last year. I posts is 5 o'clock Friday : The Drag Races which were ,and adult alike, with a.fuller McKenzie Out
t!i afternoon, March 3. i I I held in connection with t
The 1959 tags expired last Speed understanding of the humbleness -
: Sunday, but law enforcement.;I To be voted on also on March 1 I[l Week races in Daytona Beach and dignity of Jesus of For City Posts
18, date of the city election, is .
ficers usually do not enforce i[ are sponsored by NASCAR and Nazareth. .
strictly the law for a few days I[! the question as to whether one- rFrance were held at the The largest church group to [ c. Eisenbach and C.A., McKenzie -

I" ...' after expiration date. I I half to one mill' tax will be J JI Bunnell Airport each evening attend the Passion Play so far I. qualified, Wednesday; aft
represent the county In compe i I added for town's recreation program during Speed Week and drew this season is from Leesburgwith ernoon as candidatesfor< the

i! Mr. Peterson added._I II I large crowds. more tha none hundred at \Bunnell City Commission. Three -

The Club sent an Invitation to tending. Reservations are being commissioners are to be elected

Mr. France, and committees were made for more such groupS': at, at the March 8th election., -
; POTATO MARKETING appointed to arrange the affair future performances. The qualifying deadline and

,.>.0.' ... which will be a* dinner meeting.It Tickets may be obtained at 'the I registration books close this

is expected that local businessmen ,Amphitheatre and motels in the [Friday, February 26, City Clerk

}. REFERENDUM COMING will be Invited to join area. Each Tuesday, Thursday, L..H. Dradyf: said today. ,
: the club for. the program. and Saturday performances begin ,' Commissioners whose terms'
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:T'i; at 7:30 p. m. Sunday at 6 expire this year are Charles S.
'. _, The U.S. Department of Agriculture i greement and order before it Beach Town Hall p.m. The last performance will I Creal, E. S. Morris and Paul
j\: has.announced a refe I can be made effective, Miller I be on Easter Sunday April 17.1!Stanish. .

$ .. rendum on a proposed Florida said He points out that the ... --.
fi potato marketing! agreement'andIt. t I marketing program. would be Is Open Tonight '

; order regulating the marketing I administered bY' a 12 member: FQrRegisteration Howard Taylor Writes BookletOi : .

:It.. of white potatoes grown south,I committee composed of local I
g5 -: and east of the Suwannee River I growers or shippers and would Town Clerk Rudolph Peterson Beach Landscape Plantings: '

_' will be held'fr.om. February .291 i I authorize regulation ot 'white has volunteered to 'keep the ,

it, through March, 3.. 'potato shipments by grades; Flagler Beach Town Hall open -County Agent Howard Taylor j areas for years but the University -
'J9 will be mailed to sizes, pack and containers. If
Ballots grow four .hours Thursday evening announced this week that he of Florida Agricultural EXtension *
S ers and:. handlers, on February would cover white potatoes from ( that
tonight) so any and all has completed a mimeograph Service did not have
" Lakeland by :Minard F. April 1.0'to, November 1 for all
<; 27 from
for
will ,
persons have<< an opportunity booklet on Landscaping funds for printing so the local
: Miller, southeastern field representative market outlets, including the to register to ,:vote in the Flagler Beach residents. The county agent's office -has. spenta -

'! ,ot.USDA's Agricultural fresh table ,stock market and :Mardi 8 election. The office mimeograph is free of charge to great deal of time in prepa -
s .JiferkeUng ,Service ,Completed the potato. drip .industry.
will be'open from 5 p.m. to 9 local residents. ing and 'memographing ,this
baltos are ,to be l' tU'7:1e41 Most of ,the potatoes to which
: p.m., it was stated. Books will booklet., It is very basic ..but
.'- to Miller's .<..e*. not': later than i the proposed marketing agree. be open through ,Friday, Febru The booklet contains a listingof does contain good digrams on
:r.,.. March-3<<, or: postmarked not 'later ment and order would apply ary 26. salt tolerant plants and di proper landscaping. Beach residents -
,f y' than'Maeh'3- ,Growers and are grown in the HastingsSt.AwePalatka is grams of "do's and don'ts" in :
As customary the<< voter list I are urged to study this
'X. + handlers wfc&tfttl .to receive ballots area Miller. landscaping a home. Several -
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of booklet
. the town,was recently purged. | before beginning :rany
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F may obtain. them from said. He emphasized that theWeed pages .tare <;devoted to. .lawn
All qualified persons ,are urgedto [landseaping-
,
i may !save;sop
county agenda*!** marketing programnot grasses, including fertilization
sUie ir is
'- be \th name ra theN !! money -will'help you tode!
._' Two-thirds oi *& gmware \voting aptly red-skin potatoes w Registration list. in .orderto and care. ..,jg:, :,:5' ':*. -' ,velop' al...mof|, attractivelandf'
or two-thtr. &*,:-*?ohtraeol ,. ,and covers. only th &eWlitie.PoutoM' I I
coml g been -
vote In the t Wn.elec- TMsInformation, hasp i scope for,ayour home,. Tayor ..'
production coot.. .a layer. grown between MeLd.: '. 'needed .for '''trie Ftagl. -'Beach I said: .-.
irLet ce; 'of '. April :40 to November L > \ *
the "' 17' a." : ... ., j o. -. r
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{"- -, PAGE' TWO' r ;Y.r THB; '.FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, 14'LORID.tJ'. '''.,;->,.' "'" Thursday, _Feb..',25, 1960
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:i ?= Under the present law, passedin the Senate is 'required''-to act. what "is an" international! and I I the next step will be'tofprovidean -: .. ,.,

I, ::' 1946, the United States went what is a domestic matter, and] International ;police J' >to
>1% There have resolutions power?
been
into the World Court, but the leave it up to the World Court.
enforce
the of the
>. ,- Senate adopted Senator Connal- introduced in the House of Representatives .1 If we do this in my judgment,! decisions"* ,

', lys amendment which said that on this same sub. I I World Court.

,"' regardless of our participationin ject. All these House resolutions:

.. the World Court we would would do would be to express. SEE CYPRESS I FREE, PAINT;;
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>t'.1' notaccept compulsory jurisdiction the view that the House does One extra gallon of your choice

I of the Court in matters es. ,not believe the Senate should I CARDED, with each sailor yoif buy!

''' sentially within the domestic pass ,such a bjll. For what it 11 Mary Carter Paint Store

.,-"':,.. jurisdiction of the United States. :is worth I will, of course, express wafer ski skews doily "
Senator alt rr further states, that ,the United Also Westgate Shopping Center
; ., :Humphrey. -----
would determine
States alone -
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,.... 'i'., whether a particular matter was The Administration recentlysent INSIRE-Stiy toured &
;' ., A. S. (Syd> Herlong, within the domestic jurisdiction Secretary of State. Herter I Rest Assured:

'J;',;, ;;!..\.,..,-- Congressman. ,jifth Dlstrlc! *, of the United States.I and Attorney General Rogers to .
' J 'Capitol Hill to testify for the GET THE BEST '
: t-- ; have been getting PROTECTION FROM, '
: : :: l\ ,a great was a little startled to hear '
Humphrey bill before the Foreign
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,' /, : ; .,I deal of mail about Senate Besot '
: his of
in State
.r : the President, I
Relations Committee. They
.. :" : '. lution ,94. All the_ *mail I have endorse this H.; T. COOK AGENCY ,
'!:,. the Union message, I argued that the United _,:States
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: had far has that
requested
: so >
;. bill by Senator Humphrey. "The should} in the interest of justice
4: ',. j;..:;:.:},..\.'- : ."I oppose it. The. resolution, introduced President said that if we did do ,, relinquish its right to say Citizens Bank Bid;. Bunnell Florida!! I
r :.fa; by Sen Hubert Humph away with the Connally Reser. I

",: ,' $: .".' rey, of Minnesota, proposes to vation he would_ urge similar I
:" '. eliminate the so-called. Connally Court's
of the World
acceptance "
:.;: i f- Reservation with regard, to our by other, mem- I
jurisdiction every DIRECTORY
t>.,''-'t' ;,. adherence to the- World 'Court. ber of the United' Nations.I 1- AREA BUSINESS I

"'", realize that if anything like I

'r?,",...."r..,:,..,', 'Utopia is to be accomplished in I
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; Ij this world, somebody has to tl AUTO BODY MILLAND HOTEL BAR FUEL OILKING'S -

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make the first move. There is
lr ODELL HERSEY'S Come And Visit
: TRUCK
STOP
:: : no doubt that the President can I -
'R : -, IT USED 10 PAINT & BODY SHOP AL AND ELLIE PHILLIPS
'. 66 GAS & OILS
smaller
a number of the
persuade
"'- t' A UVING. Complete Collision Service t. AT THEIR NEW BAR
: '.'-.-. ;.r > ; L' countries to go along with 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE "You'll Delivery in the County on
.. ; Court Meet Your Friends Here"FLAGLER Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fuel
R : us in acceding to World Body & Fender Work
?' jurisdiction I can't picture Russia Painting; Matching*, Free Estimates BEACH I GasolineU.
,,; U.S. 1 So. OF BUNNELL
also a member of the United Days ID 7.3372-Nlte ID 7-3267 1 N. Bunnell ID 7-3676
/..T ESUDDENL DDDD0n The Coolest Spot for the Coolest
::" ;,t : Y. Nations, going along on any Draft BeerSANDPIPER
:,:,.->'k .' such surrender of her right to AUTO SERVICE BARGIFTSLUNCHES FU

"!" :::"': 365DAYS.. .nona say no. To my mind, the enactment McDANIEL'S BEREED'S

li.:.: of the Humphrey Reso On the Ocean Side of AlA 3 Miles ,

..,.'j..<,.''.., STRIKE lution would be the most dan.. Service Station North of Flagler Pier Discount FurnitureUP
Daman
:: ', OR EA7. "Keep Cool at George & Millie's"PHONE I
gerous kind of thinking.. STANDARD -OIL PRODUCTS TO 50% DISCOUNTOn

:. ana nnnana I have been advising the people Tires:-Batteries-Minor Repairs ,_ HE 9-2156 I Furniture and and Used AppliancesNew

, :', .::0... fiI r.!lie w.4.......TlwbMmb.*.U. *? who have written me thatI Bunnell ID 7-7119 BUILDING SUPPLIES 1100 Flomich Ave.-Holly Hill
,:' I rd. MIUVM fem M A..pr.e.s w MlulSmi.!w . !lie TY mill NnoMby..!lie w,. i
'" t'. : could to keep the Humphrey Biddle Gulf serviceGASOILLUBRICATION WICKLINE FLOOR COVERING
', Resolution- from passing. Un-
f>. su UuaX'>> Building Supplies
fortunately, I won't have an op.portunityr'to Tilecraft Company"LET
:cpigetllosq X.I.l'IVNOS1lld:! :
r : GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen
vote on it because .. CEMENT -CEMENT BLOCKS
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'- i ;)OUX"I \ US FLOOR YOU"Armstrong
." this involves treaties with 7 A.M.-10 '1>.!i-'r: Days t STEEL
as
',-. .... :'.:'' ,, .Jnx.Z & Kentile
., .:' q'; l''- tdlLlqy.. other countries or pur participation State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Flagler Beach- HE 9.2254 Sold and Installed,
: : :SU3MS V United Rations only
in the All Work Guaranteed
.. Colonial: Service Station'EARL Ormond Beach OR 7-3181
:; ,- CLEANERS
< ;
E. RICE. 'P1"oprt'etor'G.AS4)IILUBR.1CATION'
: GARDEN SHOP

: E MOTOR TUNE-UP BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY Gray's Garden Center

'lCANDY Toborr I GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES CLEANING Headquarter for Gardening: .NeedsCeramica
, Ua HIWAY 1 ;BUNNELL SERVICE Gifts.Materials Dry Arrangement

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

I RS.ANDERSON RIGHT; ; Jack Hall, 'Proprietor Phone ID 7-3188 I TORO LAWN MOWERS
IS A WONPERFULF OD 115 N. Bay St Bunnell 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-t51
.:GASOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccessories ORMOND
ANDEOSON'S PARTY -i .
WAS A SMASH HIT, WAS OUT CONCRETE PRODUCTS I I HARDWARE
OP THIS ROAD SERVICE
MOTHER.
W p Lyn BUNNELL Tel. ID 73652 Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.
b'tti Your "Q" For Concrete JOHN DEERE
J. L. Presswood Garage Agricultural&Industrial Equipment
Dial CL 38113DAYTONA STEEL
<' STANDARD PRODUCTS Bars & Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled
General Repairing-Road Service BEACHQuillian's Black&Galvanized Pipe & Fittings
Tires, Tubes & Accessories LAWN MOWER REPAIRS
Visit Our Grocery Department Concrete Inc.
For Frozen Foods and Staples DEEN RD. Phone r'* 73143
Cubed lee
-' HE 9-2139 FLAGLER BEACH Village Hardware Center
:. : ltqY DRUG STORES
Sullivan's Gulf Service HOUSE PAINTS

. .... GULF Anderson Drug Store Match and mix any color

, '. GASOILSIUBRICATIONTIRESTUBES Builder's Supplies Kitchenwxxre
... -- Prescriptions
, TOASTED MARSHMALLOW BUT AARS. ANDERSON -AQCESSORIES GIFTS GREETING CARDS
Beach Information ",- Sick Room Supplies
'" SPOIL IT BY
COOKIES, CAKE; ICE HAD TO "Specializing Service and -f _. AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420
k. CREAM..CO tES.. MAKING US EAT Clean Rest Rooms" Sundries '
SOME MEAT AND In The Heart of Flagler Beach y
BUNNELL BOTTLE GASHARRIS

.. POTATOES. ... J
,. $ \ BOTTLE GASBOTTLE
AUTO .REPAIRS
F. Moody Pharmacy or BOTTLE

.'".I Shield's Service Station Flagler County's Corner Drug Store FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY
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Arcadius Habel,, Mechanic PRESCRIPTIONS HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY
COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS DRUGS-SUNDRIES PHONE ID 7-3551

: Right Now We'll Overhaul and I FOUNTAIN SERVICE Help Flagler County Grow
Repair Tour, Power Mower i BuaaelL Flo. Phone ID 73861
By Shopping at Home
.. Jfo Job Tod Big Or Too. Small tl

111 No. Bay SU 'funnel ORMOND PRESCRIPTION RADIO-TELEVISION ,

.', EDGAR'S GARAGE I PHARMACY

tf _- 24-Hour Towing Service ""Sick. Room Supplies Sundries,. DON'S RADIO & TV

COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS J 24-Hoor Prescription( Service Zenith Sales and Service

.I Automatic Transmission Service Free Delivery in Flagler Beach '"We Sell the Best
F .. Wheel Balancing-Front End RL, AlA 1 ml. North of 'and Service the Best" J
v Alignment ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 1-1U1
- FOR ALL HOUJtS-DAY' OR NIGHT : Granada Ormond-OR 7-0883 AUTO RADIOS A SPECIALTY

II' ;Thompson PharmacyYour U.S. Hwy. 1, Ormond OR 7.1473

AMBULANCE TRANSMISSION Health Is Wealth -
GIFT
,, -' SHOP II I
_. PHONE VA".y.--4-16 HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC Put YourPRESCBD'TIOHS
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SERVICE AUGVSTI1 SERVICE Fresh Orange Juice
FLO DA'Never
: : ST. Repairing_.Rebuilding In Our Hands
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141 W. Granada-Ormond 7-1421
... .' c I* JMa1tc about' dllag*CI G ea Airf r e. *WeOEK *' AUTOMATIC Oar ALL TRANSMISSIONS MAKES F THE AUTEYS I

: : aavftty* st your serried with nmmptnomri colety% 1239 Ridgrewood OR 7-\311 Holly -Hill FLORISTS SOUVENIRS & GIFTS i

ftfta1. AlA at 4th St. FLAGLEB BEACH
I BAR AND PACKAGE STORE What Ever The Occasion
E. d 'Witt: Oxygea ReHtMtator,a**.llal44ter
t"' -! : FLAGLER: BEACH .Say It With Flowers. PUBLISH EHS & PRINTERS

t'G ci Funeral Home .=I HOTEL BAR .. Fzea The Flagler Tribune
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-, d.. -r,, :EPGARCIA,...Licensed' Funeral iHreeler ,; "The Meeting Race :p Black Flower dip Phone ID 7-3282 .
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'C-: ;' : 9f} er" Visit: to Tallahassee. They spent '. Lt. and Mrs James A. Babbitt I"Cabot" in December 1775.
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Friday and Saturday visiting with their family are to arrive

.,. ,, LUNA BABBITT ; 1.>' .. with their.nephew Sisco Deen at this week in' San Francisco, 'I
"" f" :,. f -,; .. .:,' -;- ;' the Thi Kappa,. Tau Fraternity Calif., after residing two years YOUR CLOSEST OUTLETFor
:; > ,Telephone HEmlock 9.2098, : \ )-'> .
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son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bab "We're Out of the
;METHODIST CHURCH NEWS SMORSGABORDI r"' I bitt of here.'r Hight Rent DlstriCHRIS'S "
"i I ATTENDANCE LARGE: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vogel entertained .
\. s ] For the 10:30 a.m. morning! : with a dinner at their FURNITURE

",1i '. worship' service in the Flagler The Flagler Woman's' Club home on Monday'evening hon' Stella the Halifax Weaver was admittedto 1660 Rldgewood Are. Holly Hill
Hospital Mondayfor
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"r ,Beach Methodist ChUrch Rev. appreciates the, response they oring Mrs. Ida Schneider of -medical
attention.
Y *'Reynold Hoover has chosen the had to the Smorgasbord Dinnerin Cleveland, Ohio and Mrs. Net. .

, r text "I, If ,I Be Lifted Up Will the club building last Sun. tie Brusich. :Mrs. Brusich droveto i I Community
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brown and
;- *Draw All Men Unto Me.."' Church day. Over two hundred people Eustis Monday to accompany ,

w '; 'school is held at 1130* a,'m. and were served. The Methodist!Men Mrs. Schneider there where she their four children are spending!; :Memorial' Church
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two weeks'here with his father,
! ;all services are held in the assisted by !setting up the tables will visit with relatives. 'I InterdenomlnatlonalDaytona
t: .', .Flagler'Wornan's: 'Club bulding: there" in'time for the serving to Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Bowen. I '

':: ; A Fellowship Supper for the begin promptly at '12:30. Mrs. Ave

.. :. Methodist Church has been Marie Brede was general, chairman House guests last'week with 250,000 CENSUS DISTRICTS I FLAGLER BEACH t
Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Wingrovewere
: : for Monday, March 7, Mrs. Marge Givens and The United States has been
f planned I School
; I .Mr, and :Mrs. David Bifrket Sunday 10:00 A.M.
l 0 ,Mrs.:Esther Heydt were also on divided into 250,000 districts for
.. at6p.m. t from Williamport, Pa., and Mr. 'I I Church Service 11:00 A.M.
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f = Twenty-six were in the group ,I her committee. > I census. They. range
and Mrs. A.Shipman from: size from i! R. W DICKERT Pastor
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'V'o ,o2 to St. J j miles.. A staff of more than 400 i _
make the trip Augustine. ., Furrer ,from Daytona Beach
Coming here from Key Largo I bureau -----
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:: .' They attended a concert thereat i spent Friday here at Mrs. Lee's census employees pre I
where they are vacationing next paring a separate map for each t
:r the Ponce De Lejon Hotel. home. I
.;.. 'S-. I! I week will b'e Mr. arid Mrs. Carl district. Based. on aerial photographs FABRICS by the YARDfor
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r::. ANNOUNCEMENT I Mrs. Eva Rae irom Daytona I port, Pa., and Mr. a"nd Mrs. William veyors' charts,' the sheets will sew her own wardrobe '
.1t. CHURCH Beach spent Sunday here with from N.3. beautiful '
" < Meyers Tenafly, show every dwelling in the
:<. ,'" Rev. R.\V. Dickert, pastor of her mother, Mrs. Aramintha to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Harmon country. : COTTONS, LINENS,

;: the Community,em 0 rIa I Kight and her aunt, Mrs. Ger Wingrove. Mrs. Stabley is I LACES and WOOLENS

:' -' Church,' will conclude his series trude Higgins. Mr Wingrove's sister. !I
I all chosen for their beauty
,. of sermons on "Is Christianity
::. A Failure" next Sunday at the Dudley Benson from Gainesville Miss Louiset: Goodman' from TV BobSERVICE and that wearabillty.will be a delight Drip-Drys this

.;.} ; 11 a. m. morning worship serv was here (during the weekend Jacksonville was a weekend Spring and Summer. Planto -
I :. ice. Sunday school is held at with his sister and brotherin visitor here with Mrs. Leila visit us and see our fabrics
law,'Mr. and Mrs E. J. Chaf- before you buy.
10:00 a. m. and there are classes I Wingrove.. I

for all .ages. _\( fee. . .. . 1 The Colonial
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L,.f REVIVAL CLOSED SUNDAY i.t I Mr. and Mrs. Ray Watts and S i FRED A. FRUITS fine Fabrics
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Arnold who Sales, Tubes and I
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{ : ; 't have been vacationing here this JEWELER Antenna Installation .
g' The revival in the First Baptist month are touring South Flor I 118 S. Palmetto Ave.

,*S Church closed on Sunday'i ida this week before' returningto DIAMONDS-WATCHES PHONE HE 9-2204 II! DAYTONA BEACH FLA. J'J'II
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: -: gustine conducting the services., See The' Dinah'; Shore,Chev/ Show in color Sundays,'fl8C-TY-the Pat Boone Chevy Showroom_iilj!!l c.TV.I .
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tor'. Gene'.Blalock from Calve ry I I {.i.?.f i: '.v:.YiOS3'ri..:.. i'li }:v.J {$vr tisv'i:?i4i'isriii'iiC: :,,. : Church ,assisted Judson Stryker %vJ.? :T. : :):rx4df: .4Y
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John House Knasko guests this of Mr.month and Mrs are; "CORVA1R HANDLES BETTER, STEERS MORE EASILY, RESPONDS

their son in law and daughter,'I :

: I .Mr. and .Mrs.Peter: Dame,. with : .i MUCH MORE QUICKLY AND HOLDS THE ROAD MORE SECURELY y

their daughter, Desiree, from 0 ,

".i:;brother Chicago,,Lee 111..-Dame Also, accompanied:Mr. Dame's' THAN ANY STOCK FOUR-DOOR' SEDAN EVER MADE IN THE U.S. 4:

.{them here..'and is visiting. with .4 AI. S -Tun Whipple, Car Lift .

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daughter, Faye; motored to Orlando -' ,magazines and see what the experts are saying. Then, 6y all means, drive one yourself.

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'.'with relatives.. "Conrair's steering is so light that at in the Corvair than in some standard There is none of the ; :: parking speeds it feels power assisted; it size cars., .** normally associated with rear-engined

Mrs. Nettie ,Brusich, Mrs. Ida is so,precise as to be absolutely .without -: .-L. H.. Houdc, Automotive JVetcs"So vehicles. Inside the car, the effect is quite

t Schneider and :Mrs. J.A.'Babbitt .4>< M play; aid it.is fast enough to allow .f' ; .. unlike anything we have ever experienced.
complete control over situation." the is It almost seems that there is no engine, 'I
were in ,Jacksonville Friday. every far as shopping goes, Corvair
; -_ \ "**"'. *. -Karl Ludrigsen and the general effect is so quiet as to be ,
housewife's. dream. It's small and easily ..
; > Sports Cars Illustrated maneuvered without any steering, ,almost uncanny.
power
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and so easily parked ..it's a lot easier r 1
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Bunnell Theatre : :;"Steers like feather and is extremely t6 unload a cart full of groceries into a *No written' word can suffice. for thegenuine

i.: : quick. This is a beautifully designed front trunk at the supermarket than it pleasure that, will receive ;
.. automobile, engineered by real pros....** is into a rear one." you '
behind the wheel of America's newest
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J -Tom AfcCoAitf,Mechanic Illustrated Rosemary Francis, Popular Science
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ROAD RACES trans'I'I
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.Starring y;< "Meet> surprising thing. to me < want to state as firmly as I can that -s''.. .Don Stewart,Motor Lifecorvaiii :. _." I

<. SeUey Eraser 'and Skip Ward the excellent handling c Corvair handles as beautifully and is ?- .

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This letter to my-fellow-voters and .taxpayers of the Town of Flagler Beach is an attempt to extend',my remarks at the i e_ eting.lastzruesday ;. 1

; night-an attempt to clarify the problem of developing the Town land. I

It seems' to me that ,we have reached a critical step where the voters; of the Town will have to "stand up and be counted." It is much: a- I
: gainst my will and personal feelings that I seem to be the middle of a controversy as to :what is best for the Town in the development ,of
:' 330 -acres 'of marshland. This land is a key ,point in the Town, and if properly developed) we shall have instead of a five-million :dollar I
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I To go ,into all of the details is not practical in any letter; but the three things to me 'are crystal clear: :
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I welfare, of toda 's. citizens, as well as your children and 'grandchildren. ; ':'

h, 2., ,Before 'any adequate growth 'in the town, or development at the north, south or west ends of the ,town, an adequate supplyof
good water must beprovided. .

;. 3. To make clear the needs of the town, and to stop needless time and energy wasting conflict and bickering by a petition to the FlorIda -
Industrial Commission and the Governor for a survey of Flagler Beach and Flagler County, and a review of the town's needs With
,' .a recommendation of a plan for prosperous development for the next ten or twenty years. A long range program made .known for the
total good of all the citizens and those who may come here to live. a : .

I have made this suggestion at least three times publicly and privately to the Mayor; have offered my co-operation. I am again willing to
volunteer, and .have done so, to go to Tallahassee at my own expense, or do whatever else necessary to bring about such a program if the
majority of Citizens want it. I don't know, the Governor, or anyone connected with the Industrial Development Commission; perhaps :
some of you do, and would volunteer to go along; I would expect, however, that the Commission being set up in the interest of the :
}:, 'State. it would give Flagler competent and judicial advice, and assistance., :
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, The marshland project is essential to the development of the Town and urgent if the Town is to take its place in the prosperity of Flor- ;
ida' This, I understand was the spirit of Mr. George Wickline and the two commissioners, Mr. R. R. Mosby and Mr. Charles Charon, :
who spoke very ably on the situation. a ,
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', but that it could not be, held at the place or on the ballot of the election March 8. I suggest: '.
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t, \ 1. ,That the Mayor and the commissioners who were elected last year on the Mayor's platform now resign ,and stand. again;:-'for,,,re
r: T election. If they are re-elected it will ,mean to me that the Town wants things as they are. '" ,'"

2. That the people vote for or ,against accepting the contract between the City and Flagler Harbors, Inc., .

' I think.'the.! Citizens now have -or can have between. now and election time-complete information. on any or all of the details; andthaVthetjjieople
' : as ndiviauals\i-and\ *a whole are capable of evaluating the truth. At any rate, this is the Democratic way of life. I

believe, that ,the. people in.the Town as a whole and individually want it, to grow; that the people are fair and, when properly informed -
r- capable of reaching a decision. The issue, seems to be clearly one of' Democracy versus Dictatorship. I am all for youthful
f<: commissioners but not unless they are capable of. doing their own thinking.
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t to remain "as is"; that, these men and their policies have your backing. But, if they accept this challenge and run for re-election, they
i' should put before us the program they ,believe they can conduct with the marshland. This is what I meant when I said that the
Mayor should furnish constructive leadership! He, and they, should tell the citizens, voters and taxpayers his own purposes and plans
L" and abilities and developers for this marshland., Evidences appear to point that he has personal reasons, secret schemes, and definite
f.' individuals he wishes to make a contract with. Whether or not even his three commissioners -.know' his, arrangements reasons js un- '
, known to me. Let them also speak individually their objections to the present contract, and their personal reasons for a different del -
: vejoper} to have a contract. Constructive leadership for the Mayor, Mr. Seale Mr. Duncan and Mr. Givens would mean, specifically
l:" now to tell their plans purposes and reasons for wanting to default on the present contract. .

It is undertood by me that it is illegal for the town itself to develop this or any land. It will take an Act of the Legislature. Is this.what
.r'. Mayor McNab Mr. Givens, Duncan, Seals and Wadsworth want? I suggest you ask them. :.
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capital immediately available is necessary. Do the freeholders want to shoulder such a burden? .: '

; If Mayor McNab and his men should win a re-election over again, I would expect that" the town would have to repay all the,,monies
2. S .. that have been expended by.me and by the stockholders of Flagler ,Harbors, Inc., and I can claim remuneration for some two and
>: / "- '. one-half 'years of time and effort put in on this project; this would include all, legal fees paid and contracted for to date and involved
,in suits. .
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,..i ;' The long discussion by the mayor, of the details regarding the release of spoil areas, as he conducted at the meeting is only one of dozens
ij., .. of details that enter into a. project of this kind 'and which it cannot be expected the average voter is interested in; but suffice it to say,
,: ... we, have done everything needed to dated. Mr. D. D. Moody has been in charge of releasing of spoil areas. He has had the complete cooperation
\ of Mr. O. F. Alford who is a member of the Intra Coastal waterway Commission. We are assured that there is no difficulty in
f::, getting this clearance. I have personally submitted the requests in writing through proper channels, together with some sixty drawings

r -.t:.. .. ,of details. You are free to consult Mr. D. D. Moody, Registered Surveyor, or Mr. Alford as to the accuracy of this statement. .

<::Li,> ; Flagler Harbors, Inc., can go no further until we have a Deed from the City Commissioners. and Mayor. ".>, .
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i r.. .., ., ',' t. with the mayor, the members of the commission and the voters of the town in working out a fair and equitable solution. I want! to
}! :. point out;, however, ,that this is a highly technical job :wMch goes into all of the problems of Engineering! Finance, Planning, the care
! ,: in the future of both the young and. the old. '

t;::: It fe larger than Flagler Beach alone. It is a problem for t County ,as a whole. It includes a plan to take the Airport, some one.housahd
. 'acres near it and lands next; to thf railroads ia :Bunnell suitable for. .development that may 'provide jobs: ,for those who need them.It .\ ,; ;<

.'" :. is... ,Ret., ,a matter ,of dreg t.l<.<.Ian4 ,t.-,wake tots. .__and building houses....!.tiavolvesJt! planning:-. ike ,interest,of.the.. State and:,the
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f' IPorP similar. to the common Like '
the
. dolphin of Hippo the
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: ;' Gary Ind- u. .t :f WG d.rtiraIthrCIt.: I I bottlenose porpoiseTot. .our east- porpoise of Opononi became'
Iifti'l'HIgICI.: : M' [' t
Marian Studio* > em seaboard
r ; ,t I famous,. and people flocked from
: I Porpoises are "wild animals' "' And in 1955 the ae thing afar to see it Noni (as the porpoise -
;.: although we do not think of I '
happened at the little New Zea- was called) became a pet
t > ,v +' ; J them as such. They live in Water land town of Opononi that hap- of the whole village and, as in

.,' realm of the fishes, instead 'I
.... pened at Hippo almost two the case of Pelorus Jack a special -'
of going :about on dry land on thousand years ago. A porpoise law was passed for its pro.

::z: four legs, but In their natural t (evidently the same. Idnd that I. tection. But the storyjof Nonl

I state they are as free living 'and our South African correspondenthad had a ,sad ending. One day she

.: -..: -. untamed as deer or wolves. written us about) began to did not appear. A search was

;: : Nevertheless, they differ from follow fishermen's boats. With begun, and finally she was

". j practically all other wild creatures the coming of summer it frequented found, dead on a sandbar. The

f'j. < ... in the way in which they the bathing area and entire town mourned her pass-

.' .- I will voluntarily associate with before long it was letting itself ing, and the people buried her
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-. man. Every seafarer knows how be stroked and even permitting; 'beside the city hall.

: porpoises, or dolphins, accomp- I
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-" any scraps of food that may be I

thrown overboard (since these I
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Ii animals eat only fish and
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squid), but apparently for the FE&iI.1904:
.. company and sport of it. 1 E1 NOWADAYS, WHATEVER : GRANTED TO %AThy 1
LJ IS NOT WORTH SAY'NG I WITH fNAMA.
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One very famous porpoise J % IS SUNG. FEB.BIENVILLE' 17.1699:REACH I IBERVILUE Mi51PPt.' AND !

named "Pelorus Jack" regularly: ... T .:.. ______ iE&.U.iao: REPUBUCAN
Indiana unheard of half but today calls PARTY FOUNDED.FEB. .
; Gary was a century ago escorted 7 1 .fr
:. Itself the nation's "largest 20th Century city a city of sweat ships crossing the strait : TERMS.Z.9,194-1 TO;FINUANO.STALIN OFFERS PEACE lr\
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that
and steel born amid a babel of a half a hundred tongues, a melting separates the two main. islands I MAR I.IS dtPATTLEOFMANlUPW. JQ

I. pot races and nationalities > .8. main crossroads of America." of New Zealand. He did MJ.RcH
"te'6 T'Ex.-'S 6LMfS
[. Today Gary is the Herculean both sheet metal and tin products this for 22 years and was held INPEPEN e ,, EXKO. \
ir,. hub Indiana's 'in MARCH 4,19"1. U. ,AUTHOR1Z.fS
:: -of northwestern ; and one of the nation'alargest such high esteem that oncea PO5TAO : MP.I

ii'-: fabulous Calumet region 70 concentrations of corporate : misguided passenger shot at I .
:: -- square miles of concentrated ::
i .. ;. \. heavy ,industry. industrial might. him with a rifle the government I c UI

..' ,"'. Fifty-four years ago the Calu. In 1910, Gary had a population of New Zeland passed a special
...' I '. met"" tea "was an inhospitable !I of 16,000; by 1920, over 55,000. law for his protection. .

c: :', gtrtlch of.sandhills, and sloughs, Today, nearly 500,000. Indiana's But even more remarkablethan
second largest city, Gary Isyoung
111 oak and brackish streams.
> scrub. ; accounts of porpoises accompanying ,
and its It
so are people.
ite-'oniy city wa Hammond, population t : -
., was recently estimated that only I ships'are the instances I .
East and
12,000; Chicago
-, F .Whiting were villages; Gary did 25 per cent of all Garyltes are t 1 of porpoises becoming -.
.. over 45. The citizens are increasIngly friendly with human
swimmersand
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not exist. One can scarcely con- tif
7 : ceive-.a less. likely;,spot. to' build sponsibilities.A alert to. civic and social re bathers. Many-tales of this SulJiP FLORIDA'CUONIIEi

a city. have come down to us from an
- .I 'I'f'' ii 'chosen It. was, because city with next to no tradition, tiquity. The "boy and a dolphin" -
Judge Elbert II., ,Gary, board almost without a past; Gary is,
that
chairman of the U.S. Steel Cor- however a lusty symbol of adorned certain i HENDRY
: ... ."\ porajion..and, his colleagues were American ,enterprise. For its Greek coins and vases commem.
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men of vision.'In 1906 they bought whole areas of some 42 square orated such a relationship. 'And ; 1Ill COUNTY

:. "', up thousands of acres of this I miles is almost entirely. creation according to ancient writers this -
wasteland and started. to build of the '20th Century. happened more than once at different -I County Seat, _

: the greatest steel plant .In the -, Only 'a short distance from places and different times. I -c La 'Belle -
world. Chicago, the rail hub of the, continent *
-' The friendly dolphin of
Today Gary is known as the Gary is a thriving industrial Hippo, I
site of one of the world's largest center, a .prosperous a Roman colonial seaport now TrrI-1T-

, ._ fully integrated steel mills, and community -whose income from called :Bizerte, became so widely ,. .

," one of the world's largest cement industrial operations, alone .av- known that people.cainejrom I 1- ..
, producing: 'plants; 'location of the eraged more than .$23 million1} ,"> many miles around to watch It ,';. .,. ., -
r' world's largest mill producing monthly during most of 1959.' sporting in the water with the -r <

children of the town. I ,

... ." Until
( recent years these events
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THE recorded by Greek and, Roman I ,-

% '. writers were thought to be more r .

,I fable thah fact. Some of the 'accounts =-

were, indeed, embellished .

with supernatural trimmings, Here in these 760,900 acres of rich farmland, vast
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.. __ but now we can readily believe quantities of sugar cane are turned, over to one of the

that most of them contain more largest sugar refineries in the United States, located -

I than a kernel of truth. in Clewiston. The muck lands of Hendry County:
L47 turn out winter vegetables for shipment to northern
JreT4IRa Some letter from .
: years ago a
markets-offering a major source of income, along
South Africa came to :Marine with the important truck farming industry that goes

Studios. It- was written by a hand in hand with it. The Hendry County Fair and

"By Thomas Collins young skin diver who told about Livestock Show will hold their annual fair March 1

' two porpoises that were frequenting j through 5 in 1960.
; HE TURNED A HOME INTO $146 A MONTH
'.' .- : a popular bathing : In progressive Hendry County, and throughout # .
'People''who and sell their the outlandish medical bills in-
up Florida the United States Brewers Foundation
beach near Cape Town. One, ,
;;.. homes when they retire ought to cufred in my husband's final illness less timid works constantly to maintain sale of. beer and ale
allowed
than
the other
;.;'. look intO the idea of selling on and the $984 it took to bury under pleasant orderly conditions. Believing that
: contract rather than for cash. hI.m.-AIso you can eat it ." him to stroke its sides as strict law enforcement serves the best interest of

;. That's how w: sold ours, and Comment Husbands who don't It floated at the surface. "It the people of Florida, the' Foundation, stresses close

;:::. we'll get $146 a month for ten educate their wives In the complexities evidently enjoys being scratched cooperation with the Armed Forces, law enforcement -

r years. Our jmoney is secured,by of dying, or .who fall ," he wrote, "as it rolls over and governing officials.
itself. 'We're their'affalri in before '
1'th'propert7 getting to put shape -
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tJJ;; ', &tper cent interest And we .get they go, are cruel. '
scratch its and under its BE R FLORIDA'S \
tummy
the have to S. -
:a. break on.. tax we United States Brewers
:: pay on the profit from the .A relative of zcln recently Hoppers, which*I- do." From. a LIGHT, BRIGHT .. iOS1t i L Foundation

,;;: house ,. ," retired after 32 years with one photograph" and sketch that BEVERAGE :. 'E fl.ilaDkW.a I
::', Comment: Not "a bad idea, if of the country's leading manufacturers were enclosed with the letter,I ?+: .. JOJV.OrfauU/ M,.u.fkrUd$*'. <

, 01I're' smart ,enough to know of'shotguns.. Mostly we were able to Identify the por OF MODERATION Stou

how.- But,..I'd prefer to sell. the he was. in sales work. .. "
(:' hue and buy an annuity, if I I "He took' $1,000 out of uvJ ts. N
i-:. were gate to:spend the mohey.r' i borrowed a ttttle more from' k;

:; ,You .d!D' '.hare ,to buy a fire insurance life insurance policy, 'and set up'a r INVITING YOUR PATRONAGE
",.1 policy oa an annuity. i fine bird dog _kennel in Alabama ,
j; ,*** *" ; He's making money." .
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Most of the,people setting out '
: i Have Just Completed A New Modern Building Housing" -
for the sunshine after 65 are lien who are retiring with a ,
\\ going visiting not moving. The few thousand 'dollars' in, savings' ,, r' t' .

: Continental Assurance Company seem to think they ought to put a. _*> .
t. comes up with these facts on the money in some smart Invest : :
r:. four of its pensiongroups: Group ment. In fact they feel they're' : : :!, BAR ,
CHARLIE'S
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:,' 1 has 493 person; six moved to missing out on something if they ".. t7'
Florida. Group fc has 569 per- don'W because around every :
h" about _. ,., ..
903$; .'*& moved. to California corner now they hear some- ? ''" l'' f.. 't

.., "e id, 'three' to Fl rlda. Group ,3 body making a killing. '1- .. .... ;: AT'u.s.. NO. 1 and Booe Street .:. .
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s: 3de:persons; 'eight moved to "The truth of the "
;" :'OaWornd 17 to" Florida, and'one that 'the'man: who ,keeps his :' :: 'J ,: }' .. -iI 0 :

> : to AiiZ iia. Group 4 has 230; money in a bank or savings and I Am Inviting Your Patrona -. e:Havei.A "Drive-In" Window For
one moved to '. aUfonila.I loan association-and gets 3 percent

:' I jGrou lrolawnlcl1; toe largest ._oa it-is well lelds&perear. "fIl. SajR he .; ': :. ... "Yo :'Convenience. :r'_' :' ,- -.,* .[: .,* .., .f ,.
: Swaaber "moved, was composed has $l ;ee0. That ; -
.- of UthWiitLsnowzweeksslncemy ri.. ... ',' .;"- 'Any 'sate tewWraeat ,thai "'; ;:.: lrt.: : :, "3'7 . : "-'.. .-J k! .', .- .

. ,,-,...;'* *- i > fff"* { . pays more by. That's tha. *L**Terence..is .harct to-of; ::: ;' .. ej' -"tji', ALL P PuUJfBitANDS. AT. POPULAR. PRICES: 1 -,6.Z
come
f; husband died ,and during that about $8 a month and__not enough '; ': ....'. .: : : .j .. t_ .- ', I ....-- .' .,.J.) ,'
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: .time all 'JIW'p_ Won and benefit for a gamble. :WE 'WILL DELIVER ANYWHERE IN THE CITY LIMITS .
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'paymentS ***** up And me .
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;:,.:, wbite in iiafMFfwiaU bC: Wee* decide officious what'people It' \tis scare mea-that J', out:wan erapertleeM a-.man.. to.. ;aM'get *J 2"..'. : -'' .' .':/: :*: -% '. A., C. RODGERS, Owner. __ '- .-.; -
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, : ,: Thursday, Feb. 25, 1960' .:.. THE" FLAGLER TRIBUNE; BUNNELL..FLORIDA ?'"". -;. ,*=" ....; ,,,. -, -,, -- ....., ;:]SAGE 1 SEVEN
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Ii 1'- ," .' cock Virginia_ ,. arrived Sundayto available underwrite the cost who have Flagler. and "Volusia

i .'-, '' .' ,,- ; join Mrs. Marshall for a visit of the summer program. Semester -I county students, Cox concluded. ..
i' ..' :::;--: here with Mr. and Mrs. Raphael hour charges will be tempo
'1- Sturman. They will also visit t rarily increased to $10 to cover

LOCALS with Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Marshall costs of instruction., The survey 1--'
[ : 1 ,0 in Palatka. will also inform college officialsat ,
to whether the summer

; '.' I :Mr. and Mrs., Curtis Rodgers I I courses will be offered on a day R pS
STUDENTS TO ATTEND ENGLISH CLASSES have. moved into their recently I:or evening basis, 'or both. The "
I" ARTICULATION ATTEND DRAMATIC purchased home on the cornerof summer session will begin on y

[ CONFERENCE CLUB PRESENTATIONMrs. Howe avenue and Paletto June 14 and continue through'

+ Students of Bunnell High Jennie Martindale took street. They purchased the home August 12.
/ r School plan to attend the first I members of the English classesof from Mr. and:Mrs. Francis Mark The special survey .forms will

annual School.College Articula-j_ Bunnell High School to De- I of Marathon. be distributed to day and eve- Prompt Service

{"; '." tion Conference at Stetson Uni Land Thursday presentation I ning students currently enrolled, PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US
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\ versity in DeLand Friday I,they attended the House guests\- of Mr. and Mrs.F. school teachers at both the primary
through Sunday. of "Twelfth Night' by the Stet H. Howell several days this and secondary level area The Flagler Tribune

ti ". The conference is designed to]t=:son Dramatic Club. I week are Mrs.Floy Ratcliff and high school seniors, school administrators I Phone IDlewood 7.3282

f. provide an opportunity for coun- Abouty forty students made j Mrs. .Ann Hamett of Waynes-I as well as periph BunnelL Florida
selors and .college bound students the trip and they were accompanied f boro, Georgia.

to intergreate the advant- : by Mrs. Nancy Youree, i I
ages which private and church :Mrs. Lucille Anderson, :Mrs. Emma I Chief Hospitalman Henry TroJan '
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t related colleges and Universities I I :Murray and: Mrs. has returned to ills homein NOTICE

,. have. to offer. ,I dale. l\fartin-I Newport, R.I., after spending I f
Those from Bunnell High who a week with his Mr.
parents
l: are planning to attend the con. I I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford -j t and Mrs. Barney Trojan of Ko. Notice' is hereby given that a municipal elec-

.' Terence are :Michael Parker., David ,i I Higginbotham during the I rona. Chief Trojan is attachedto tion will be held in the City of Bunnell, Florida,

r Shields Miles Moody Arthur past weekend were Mrs. Biggin- the staff of Commander Destroyer on Tuesday, the 8th day of March, A.D.1 60, for

Carle and Betty Jo Revels. They j I I I botham's parents, Mr. and Mrs.i .1. Force Atlantic Fleet and the purpose of electing three City Commissioners,

f will be accompanied there. by c' Mr. ;John Cannon. !,Sunday they celebrated the I, their three daughters, Ruth Ann, persons
r' I It I!. birthday anniversary of Mr. Linda, and Karen Trojan at Second upon the official ballots as candidates are required -

t ROYAL. NEIGHBORS Stults at a dinner party with i st.,. Newport. to file written notice of their intention to

f' 'MEET MONDAY NIGHT members of the family present. I I be candidates in the office of the City Clerk on

t Mrs. Eugenia Allen entertained I or before the 26th day of February, A.D.1960. -
Mrs. Joseph Kiley and son,J
r members of the Royal Neighbors j Junior CollegeIs
p. at her home, North Old I Jimmy, have returned to their Notice us further given that the registration

:I Dixie, for their business and social home in Quebec t'I Canada, after Planning For books of the City of Bunnell, Florida, are now

s meeting. I I an extended visit 'here with her open for registration of voters to and including..the
[ During' the social hour tasty parents, M!. and Mrs. Louis I Summer SchoolA '.
I I 26th day, till 12 Noon, of February, A.D. 1960.
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Trad.
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to determine '
survey sum.
.. next meeting will be on March t
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Mr. and Mrs. Donny Alford of mer college credits to' be offer- r L. H. DRADY
28 at the home of Mrs. Irene I .... '. < ,
Durrance. Jacksonville visited here Satur ed at Daytona Beach Junior Col. City Clerk

I I day with Mr. and Mrs! O. F. lege will begin this week, ac- -

KIMBERLY ANTOINETTE Alford and Mr. and Mrs. Howard cording to Dr. M. G. Cox, sum- Feb. 41118.254tc ', "
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Wray. mer director.
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:I T The survey is necessary, Cox t '. J
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Anderson !
,Lanny Alford of Washington
announce the arrival of a
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,. 1 son born February 21 at the :
here visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
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I O. F. Alford. He also visited in
weighed 1. poundsj86: ounces. I *
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: and has beef given, the name
I t I Donny Alford.
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t. I : 1 the time to escape this life sentence. With an ELECTRIC
Lirak 1. .$Ir.00. order,.,.
t_ with DRYER you can atop lugging laundry."Electric Sunshine"dries
washable fluffy-fresh and wrinkle-free day or night in any kind
f Winter Gardea" 8 fetch __ ":'- .' '. < of weather. An Electric Dryer teamed-up with an electric ''

l.=? APPLE, CHERRY: or PEACH. ':'; .- washer ironer and water heater gives you a "full pardon"
: from drudgery, bring* you cooler, cleaner healthier, modem liv-

,PIES.. .. : ,,,-.- ..\, ./: '29* kff. And wawnber,it'. cheaper to go cB- focnc in your kitchen. /
of services.
: lady than to use a combination
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'.Prospective Teacher ,: Protein Foods I it. Add to cooked--sauce" -and' 11'- o liri!= : p

'.- OUTDOORS I I stir until melted. Do not cook that NOTICE the Board is I of Countys'Com-. .. "

j eelallirt I Scholarship Loans If 'you decide to replace meat after adding cheese. nUssloners will receive, sealed bids /

,, sr less 1 when planning certain meals, I* '" I on at the the 7th hour day of of 9:00 March o'clock A. E>,A.1960 M..
When
.' Now Available try 'cheese-It rates with fish you select a cheese' dish In the office of the Clerk of the

Are as an ideal food. for the main course, be sure; Circuit ty Court Court House In for the the Flagler following Coun-:

I Five vacancies exist in Vo- Five, quarts of milk are need. I everyone receives three ounces I One parity(1)clamshell used 38yard ca
of cheese. type,, drag-
ITEMS FROM AN OUTDOOR lusia county and one is avail ed to make a pound of cheese. Otherwise you can'tconsider line bucket. complete with.
teeth. '
"NOTEBOOK: What's the fastest able in Flagler county for 1960- It's a highly concentrated food, the cheese a meat sub I Anyone wishing to submit> a' bid- ,

= animal, on the-ground, or In ,the 61 $400-a-year scholarship loans rich in nutrients, free of, waste, stitute. If, you serve less cheese, same on the on above equipment have \ 1

air? Eaglet Cheetah? Ostrich? for the preparation of teachers, and almost completely digest- use eggs, peanut butter, milk or are to be County submitted.Yard on date bids. .

Deer None of these. It's a bird ible. other high-protein food in the Any and all bids submitted will
Dr. James of
Synder, president be duly considered. '. I
-the frigate bird. This meal..
speedstercan ;
,- Daytona Beach Junior College, The Board reserves the right to
do over 100 miles per hour For a, successful souffle-or reJect any and all bids.

. -,. and has been credited with a announced today. any cheese dish-use moderate, Save every scrap' of cheese. 16th DATED day of at Bunnell Florida A.-D. ,1960.this \

j hard-to-believe record of Store it tightly covered in the GEO E. WICKLINE .
over heat. A 350 degree Is the Chairman
The scholarships are for college oven (Official Seal) 'I
this ,
twice speed. refrigerator.
If the dries
cheese
i- ". freshmen currently enrolled hottest to Use and 300 to 325 ATTEST RALPH E. HARBERT
;,: i ",> e / out grate it for use with Clerk Board County Commls- ,
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4:..: ."" J How, big does a fresh-water but according to Snyder, is better.To melt cheese quIck. sinners, Flagler County Florida

'c'- ,i.: turtle grow? The alligator snap. I the State announcement indicates ly, cut in small pieces or grate I scrambled eggs, spaghetti sauce, Feb. 18-25-2tc
sprinkled
or with bread crumbson
)- ;, ping turtle of the central-south. that any student eligibleto IN THE CIRCI:IT COURT SEVEN
scalloped dishes. If cheese TH JUDICIAL CIIICUIT, IN AND
: ern United States may grow to a I apply for scholarship monies FOR FLAGLER COUNTY FLOR
: 'Weight of 200 pounds. But ,it Isn't take the examinations for an unused loan of another molds, cut off the moldy part- IDA. AT LAW. NO... ISO

:,: : : .'.true that once he grabs a finger I may county. but use the rest. HUGHES Florida SUPPLY. INC.. .
a '
held March
which will be on 15
I
. he won't let until thunder and corporation.Plaintiff
i' go The scholarship loans are for .
.. I In' the 'office of the county su .
r:: ;.->. .. lightning, arrives. the benefit of vs.
students
t :\, '. perintendent. He pointed out prepare RCA ERIC A. LEE :.....
1' # ... ing for a career' in teaching and VICTOR Defendant.
: Can fish distinguish between that a: total of 246 such vacan- LIVING COLOR TV NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE \'
''-' '. .colors Tests conducted In crystal I cies are available throughout recipients will be expected to Notice is hereby given that "I. ,
"LOOK FOR THE PICTURE Homer W. Brooks. Sheriff of Flag- ,
teach in
clear Florida waters seem to indicate the state and that an excess of a public school in Flor- IN THE WINDOW ler County Florida, under and by 1

.. that they can. But these i ida one year for each year's, use Southern Radio & Television virtue of a writ of execution
applicants in one county may heretofore issued out of the above
I. same tests do not indicate that of the scholarship. 226 E. Granada Ph OR 7-2001 entitled court In the above styled
be eligible to enter competition I I
\ ORBIONDO.
I
is lure of one color is more appe- cause have levied upon the following

', -:.. .* tiring in appearance to fish than .. .____."_" _n ___ _." to-wit described: personal property
.
;,,ii f one of another hue. In bait casting BY LL8YI DinMIHQHAH .1.N'.l- :. 1 Perllck Draught Box No. 44488.<<
,..':- y.;.- ;: as any expert fisherman will THE 1 KAMBY FAMILY F. 1 La Crosse Drink Box No 7153. ,i
1 Remington Adding, Machine,
.....:;'.- ," ,{ tell you. the important thing is NOW TO GET I4d D R MOM. I JUNIOR: USED THE BERRY BASKETS ID Registered No. 71575423. '.

: ..x ."... : to put the lure to the fish properly. THBSEBEEEYCAMWAKEGCOP/ MAKE STORAGE 81N9 FCR tW'lS --V..v.-.1 1 National Cash Register. No.
..., 3590588.
t: ,-i.' In bass fishing, fish where the A5)Ei5) W'THE SHOP ANP Ala. H4PDVYAEE Estate 1 20" RCA Victor Televislon.-Set.. ,
,
1"'; bass are-near logs, stumps, CDRtJER CAPS wnHlMtIJNG 1 6 ton air conditioner.. .
J' weed beds. in BunnelL 5 booths.
Accuracy casting WE ..
f r.- and proper lure action are far .aW.WIa .......,........._....._......... I 1 1 floor table fan with 20 4*,chairs.

:' ___ ', more important than 'color. Lht3EL 1 22' back bar.
: r a 1 22' front bar with stools
( .'---, '. # tv REFINANCE YOUR DEBTS 1 Silent Sioux Kerosene Heater. .
IVhat's good for the anteaterain't With a Long: Term 1 3 compartment sink. '
Misc. glasses and bar equipment.
good for this fellow: The 1 fully transferable liquor license -
.
cave-salamander, confined to'Sardinia FEDERAL LAND BANK 1960 City License No. 8.
'., State and County License No. 28-36
and the mountains
around as the property of the above named
the Gulf of Genoa feeds on FARM LOAN Defendant and that on the 7th day
":; spiders and insects but will die if \J 1- of March A. D. i960 between the
'. : vcg R. W. BRYAN legal hours of sale, namely, eleveno'clock
it swallows an ant. \ATiaCH TDKHEDTHEHANDLERS In the forenoon and two o'
,
I ''3' oi Production Credit Assn.WednesdayI clock in the afternoon, on said
*? DEPTH
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0:00 day. on the premises of Bunnell I
; Teamwork: The female channel 'i EA9/AXE9S '5JE1.Y61Iou / Bar. Holden Building U. S. High-

::: .r catfish selects her own' :nesting ,.,. -1Iou-;"_. cow.IY-woaut.-n-_I'f C.1EM lutUW-- I PALATKA FLORIDA way No. 1, Bunnell. Fla. in the Cityof
.
Bunnell. Flagler County. Florida
spot-in an underwater cave. I will offer for sale and ,sell R
4, ; hollow log or overhanging rock.: to the highest bidder for cash In \

The male. drives, her away from WHAT POTATO GROWERS SAY as hand the, the property above ,described of said Defendant property,

the nest after,spawning and takes to satisfy paid execution. I

i. over the task of guarding the nest < /a/ HOMER W. BROOKS .
Sheriff of,Flagler County,
and young till they Jjatch. which '" ....f_ >, : about ,controlling blight with. Florida .' ,
x takes from 6 to 10 days' : Lawrence W. Boras, 'y
426 Seabreeze'Blvd.Daytona .
0;' 10 ,
: Beach, Florida
Dissatisfaction breeds 'M-22"- ATTONREY FOR PLAINTIFF
; progress. DITHANE Feb. t-ll-1S-25--ttc \

Man's deeds attract more attention -
'. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
than his creeds. FOR FLACiLER COUNTY FLOR-
j
IDA IN CIIANCERY NO. 3708
CITIZENS BANK OF BUNNELL
THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized ". c h. I Plaintiff
to continue '
F: plan *i:AW : -

BOATS ACCESSORIES!Evlnrlide- REPAIRS Dealer :':\i::::: using DITHANE M-22." ':': : '. to use.. THE NOTICE RED OF ROOF SHERIFF'S, INC.Defendant.SALE.

Dockage Storage Fred Ramp 4:{is?' I and < '* I used DITHANE M-22 exclusively Notice is hereby given that I,
Since buy
Homer W.
WE FINANCE grow, ,, Brooks Sheriff of Flak

825 Ballough 'Rd-Daytona sell potatoes and also sell :.%>:>x:d.;::,:.;::., on my 115 acres I virtue ier County of an Florida Alias Writ under of and Execu-by
tion heretofore issued
out of the
pesticides, I am in a good of potatoes this past sea- I above entitled court. In the above t
COUNTY
IN TilE COURT OF THE styled cause have levied the

JUDGE FLORIDA, FLAGLER IN 1MIOUATE.COUNTY, position to judge fungi son. We sprayed about t following, to-wit described: personal. upon_ property ?- \

r..:....- 'IN ANN RE CRABTREE Estate of Alias cides. My opinion is that every 10 days during the Eleven Fourteen tables chairs. .. \

ANNIE AU CRABTREE.Creditors and deceased.To Persons. DITHANIJ M-22 does an outstanding job of growing season. In spite of excessive rain- H7X7088CL.One Frlalator deep trier. Sera'- No.

,._, Having Said Estate Claims or Demands- Against controlling blight on potatoes. I plan to fall .and severe.blight conditions experi- ,One 153.Progress water, cooler. model 1
: You and each of you are hereby One Coca-Cola electric
drink box.
notified claims and and required demands to which present continue using DITHANE M-22 ,and will enced on Long land this past summer, we One Coldspot deep freeze. .,
any you. One Westinghouse !
;r r", or the either estate of of you.Ann may Crabtree have against alias recommend it to all my potato-growing 'harvested a good 'crop free of blight. My 5cr.One No serving HSnaO refrigerator; \
counter.
: Annie Crabrteee, deceased. late of men like the convenience of DITHANE M-22 One Cashier's desk and stool
Pawtuckett. County of Providence customers.
.: Two 3 compartment.sinks. 1
State of Rhode Island to the County and find it much easier to useother One two compartment sink
._ Judge of Flagler County. Florida
MARKY'S-WHOLESALE POTATOES One Lawson
r at his office In the court house Jack C. Nichols, : gas water heater.
'r' One
of said county at Bunnell. Florida INC.;;ELBA, N.Y. fungicides. We will certainly,continue with One masterbllt range hood.as refrigerated. case.:
within eight. calendar months from
i s; the time of the first publication of '. DITHANE 31-22 another year. Defendant the property and the above named
that '
the
on 4th
this notice. Each claim or demand
** control of .late day of April A. D. 1960 between "
and shall
'shall be In writing state i exceptional blight"G the
legal
;'1. 'the place of residence and post'office S' H. Stelzer, SUNRISE TRAIL FARM. PECONIC, LONGISLAND eleven o'clock hours of sale namely. J
. address of'the claimant and DITHANE M-22 entire of < N.Y. two clocfc In In the forenoon and f
4?: shall be sworn,,to by the claimant. I used on my crop saId day, the Afternoon on
: his agent or attorney, and any on the Premises, of The ,
g'
;
such claim or demand not so filed certified seed potatoes during the 1958; Red Roof Inc- No. 242' AlA HIgh-
L. .shall be void.MATTHEW. way (Ocean Shore Blvd.). Flagler
.
',.. c.. CUNNINGHAM season and I feel that the performance of Beach. Flagler County Florida I
As Administrator of the Estate 'The reports are the same from all over the Wi"L offer. for sale and sell to the
of 'Ann Crabtree. alias Annie the product was outstanding. During the the highest above bidder for cash In hand. II
described
Crabtree.. deceased. country-outstanding potato blight con- the property as
S First publication February 4, 1960 property of said Defendant to
of August we had an excessiveamount ,
month
.- Feb. .-l118tc' trol. better yields ... ease of handling satisfy In/sald HOMER executlon.
W. BROOKS
i( ( r IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFFLAGI.HR of rain in Aroostook County and and mixing. and definite plans to continue Sheriff of Flagler
County. Florida
"ti .'t .IN VIVIBN CIIANCBRY NOLAN COUNTY.NO.' 393M. FLORIDA late blight rapidly developed in the area. using DITHANE M-22. If you haven't H.Bunnell.T. Cook.Florida I

Platntltf, these severe disease conditions the of
e.r, vs. Despite yet discovered proved advantages Feb. 11 18.25&I March 3-4tc .

. : JAMES J. NOLAN. ,Defendant. Dr LANE M-22 prevented any late blightdevelopment this improved maneb fungicide, check with .

e NOTICK TO DEFEND in my crop. Under the circumstances your ,Rohm & Haas fieldman or your .
) 'THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: Illriingler( Wribu'nt

t-; James 195 So J.Ketcham Nolan Ave. I feel that DITHANE M-22 pesticide dealer before another day goes .

f Rear Apartment You'll like the results. HULL FLORIDA
' jVmltyville. Long- Island gave me.exceptional control of late blight. by. J
2ew' York

Ton are hereby notified that a AtfieK Bonks, MARS HOI( ;.;MAINE ,:. MRS. M. B. FULLER. Editor .
"Butt has beenfiled against you inc ,..,,7' : : .:
\:, the above entitled cause; and you ; : > ; 4 ': f .. .

'.. ewer are hereby with the required Clerk to of file this your Court an- <:;.,,DriHANE is a trademark,Rip:.U.8.Pal.Off.and in Deatgaated Oaeial Publication

aad 1 o serve ,a copy thereof upon anrofriea. for Public Notice ., FiaalerCounty ,
foreign
t the plaintiff 'plaintiffs attorney principal ,
whose name and .address is: '" aaJelpalltlMl .lIm'.

'. W. Cecil Grant and the state ., FloridaB
.: I67V4 Mato Street M-22
t;;..' Daytona Beach Florida IAN .
than'March,7th A.D.. 1960.
.... ;snot If later you fail to do so ,decree pro.confeseo aaafQr4ffra7e ter.4 mm erad elass atterFebruary

1\ will be entered against ,now 80% lit.._ > S S .,IMS at the otoae', .
rMtet demanded .' ---
In the
i / for the -
r bill yoU of complaint._ The nature ofI' ; ROIIMU at,DellFI.I'I'", under a t .tR: I
.pfd 'suIt bolMt; ter*divorce. Mart v
3. J876.elz ,
'W'rrlBy lg** and seal of : COMPANY. "
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Thursday;:Feb';:25, .I960 -:.- "THE FLAGLER-TRIBUNE'BUNNELL..FLORIDA.. ", '-. q, "',:.,_.,SAGE_. NINE. I
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< :**i- Money Saving Food Values i"i: -" : :


,, : .HERMAN'S; SAUSAGE, 3 Pound TIN ., {;,7-', -''


,: .};....DEMONSTRATION" <. ?. : CRISCOLIMIT ,;;,;z,.: 4g : .
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I' LIMIT ONE WITH":$5.00 FOOD ORDER

i Wieners' 3 pkgs. or 3 Ibs $ Rn .LARGE '.

Smoked Sausage 3 lbs.'v TIDE ,-,;.:- 2 for 49 .

RED HOTS 3 Ibs. -
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LIMIT TWO:. "WITH. .FOOD ORDER. ,
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Breakfast Links, pkgs. rt
'r" 'M FLORIDA CRYSTALSUGAR
,Bologna (in The piece) 3 Jbs. p '
ati 5 Ib. bag 33

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PURE PORK

{J, Smoked_ Sausage 3" lbs' $2 EELBECK LIMIT ONE WITH FOOD ORDER '.' ,' ."": .' ,


.,.. ,i 'NICS. Meal or Grits '
t .4to6lb.avg. '1..3'3* :: .

} LOOK LOOK LOOK : .1 5 pound bag 45 : !F

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t -H HOT DOGS .'7 for $loo SWIFTS r "

w Mustard Relish .
Corned Beef 45 :
',' ..r: Everyone Is Invited Let's Have AlI- i .
15K Ounce Can ;
, '. ARMOUR'S STAR .
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, 5 Pound CHITTERLINGS $109' 3.lbs. 10


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fSMOKED IJ BACON 25* I'BANANAS I Ib.Visit ,1IO:

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1. 't- :.C" :' : >Money Saving Values We Have To Offer:1L >:<:'r '

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... PAGE TEN THE FLAQLER_ TRIBUNE,-BUNNELL. FLORIDAThursday: Feb. 25,,.1960. .,
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Ragler :. ::I- :.Percentage-wise, many_ small )When Growing Tree someday. Some of us'won't:lf

-/. CountyGasoline counties throughout the state j,, C we don't start studying'forftestsHere }

showed up well. Charlotte and Roses Choose More are some "bright" answer
1 > Sales I Hardee counties stood at' the .Sctttiol NeuJ4 given .by the fifth grade. ,0

top with 22 per cent gains each .- Jefferson Davis wrote the
and Flagler County was up 21 Compact Specimens} i by William Neil EddingerThe Star Spangled Banner.Amend
Percent
.;:, Up 21 per cent Tree roses for use in Florida I j! means to fix something. Carpet

: : Sales of gasoline. in Florida 1 Gaining from 15 to 20 per cent should' be chosen from varieties band concert was a big baggers are men who buy i rugs.

a.. were, in order, Citrus, Indian known to produce low, compact success Friday night. Everyonesure I' Oath of Office means men who
: '!last year stood 7.2 per cent
:' \ River, Orange, Okeechobee, Gil. growth rather than tall, erect or dressed for it too. Redcoats help the president In the sec.
t;;: -i' ;above 1958 and were more than up 1
Christ DeSoto Seminole, Walton spreading growth. ond, grade someone said that
,
= double the 1950 volume, the and red stockings must be i
..., and Lee. This recommendation is made the style. That I we live in the North, so we like
i'; Florida State Chamber of Com- night saw
Gaines from 10 to 15 per cent by Dr. S. E. McFadden, assistant three girls in those outfits I Mr. Lincoln. '
:. merce points out. Flagler county
g t .V I came from Bradford, Taylor, horticulturist with the Flor- didn't see elementary There's not much left to, February
: chalked, up a 21 per cents very many '
= ., gain. V Pasco, Highlands, Marion, Nas ida Agricultural Experiment I students, though. So be sure except there's a twenty--
-." Pinellas Hamilton -Brevard Station. He the taller I ninth this It's
,
,,. .V Although last year's sales sau, says types and come to the spring concert.I year. leap year. .
showed an upturn' from curtailed Sumter, Lake, Madison and,.are likely to grow too big for think the little band is going That is when women can ask
fr f'(. Hernando. easy care. w to men to marry them. It Is. also
activities in 1958, they play a number.We .
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<: ;. have not reached the growth Washington, Franklin, Alachua Tree roses have become popu- have celebrated Lincoln'sb the year for national electionsand

If..':.:- rates .of several years' prior to St. Lucie, Broward, Palm lar in Florida for two main rea- !j i rt h day and Washington's if I were twenty-one I know

that time. Top gains came in Beach, Leon, Putnam and Su. I sons. First, there is the novelty!i t birthday and, speaking of February which way to vote. But I'm glad-
'
,';f the state I'm not, because I wouldn't wanta
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gained.from
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wannee of -with
having a rose bush a
how
; : .. t 1955,. up 12 per cent over the birthdays, I wonder
::"> previous year. These sales include average of 7.2 per cent to 9 per tree-like trunk.Secondly I many of these elementary students woman 'asking me to' : get
married. "
EIJ; amounts reported by gasoline -I cent. and more significant, born ,in February will be '
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companies to the state,I All told, 35 counties outranthe tree roses 'are easier to main. famous. like Abe and George:
.- ; ( state average last'year. In tain in
healthy condition than First
for tax grade, Douglas Dupont,
!:i ; comptroller purposes. i
; 1953, the above average counties, the usual bush forms of the FOR
J;', :' Military on-base purchases are Greg Roberts, Reuben Cole; sec-
,numbered 24. same variety which form branches ond
;. not included. grade, Janet Kobylarsky, SHELL FILL & SAND

V Over 100 million gallons were at ground level ;Elizabeth Matherly, Lesa Knight

f/'V4, : sold last year in each.of seven I The first theater in the United .Having the foliage well above and Billy Dodgen; third grade, I DIRT CONTRACTSCALL

tt .- ," large counties: Brevard,* Dade, States was located in Williams- ground level is advantage George Allen; fourth grade, Linda
I .
t"D, -Hilisborough and Pinel- burg, Virginia. It was built by in the matter of maintenance, Bratcher and Charles Thompson -

F:: ,las. However, the gain of this William Levirigston in 1716. Spray or dust application is ; fifth grade, Dennie Janow-

-.:: group over 1958 was below the 1 Last year amusement advertisers easier, since the fungicide can ski, Henry Bowers, and John EMIL MISSINNE

r.rl"Y''. state average showing the ef-: I invested $1,500,000 in news- be directed upward to coat the Johnston; sixth' grade, Linda I Phone HE 9-2094 -

-', .feet of growth in other areas. paper advertising. under side of each leaf. Weaver, Stanford Robertson,

- --- Disease control is easier, since Catherine Hinsori. j FLAGLER BEACH.
the elevation reduces the pos. Maybe they will be great I

t. C I sibility of infection from disease -

CLAS'SIFtED producing spores that are often

contained in debris under the PERCE STRINGS
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: V ADS bush.For Florida. Dr. McFadden: I, r OYSTER STEWS A TO HECK WITH THE 1PBARUS UXXIN& FDRA60OO \
I CiOOO INVESTMENT I r1VESTMENT? TBV
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recommends low growing
compact YOU SOMETIMES FIND LOOKING FDROYSTERS
,
A PEARL IN OYSTER
: varieties such as those contained !
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L1.Uvgs under this heading are 2 cent per word each Insertion STEW c'' '
SO rent.3* minimum__charge. In the minature and FLAGLER.HARDWARE.
AVAILABLE AT ONCE Rawleighbusiness
'. ij J Jr polyantha classes. Regular bush
.FOR SALE.- Approximately in Flagler Co. Good ,
sacsee forms of most hybrid tea grandi- E'fl' > > vOl'LL GET
thousand gunnny I ;
,
opportunity. Trade well establ- : MOPE THAN
'f> .Louis Trad at the farm. of|call lished. Experience helpful but flora and floriburida.Varieties [VOUIZ ANt

\c V IDlewood 73511. Feb. 25.2tc not necessary. See Mrs. Ed Noles, reach eye level after":.one.. year. I II ;\l = GUARANTEED SATISFACTIONSAVE WD?TH !

405 Whitney St., St. Augustine, H y

;COASTAL BERMUDA -Cecil Net- or write at once. Rawleigh's lOne sale leads another.. I I

t :;ties will plant Coastal B.ermuda'i! Dept. .FAB-360-192. ., Memphis., .
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ifurnish all seed grass, equip- t Tenn. ''r ) :c. x
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t.rnent and labor, contact. C. Feb 25 & :Mar. 3.102tp: ;" .
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!,Cowart for details., 2.25- H.I ",
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AVON CALLING .'. '
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;MALE HELP-We- need a good You may be the one we are BLESSED itEYENT
looking for to represent AVON .
I
man in this area to work with Cosmetics in your vicinity. For f FOR The Falco"Tudor Seam \
our sales manager in direct to interview in your home, write YOUR BUDGETI i
" .V'r box 246, Lockhart Fla.
'farm
sales and service work .
Earn .$85 to $150 weekly. Permanent '- '
,FOR RENT 2 bedroom unfurnIshed '. :

... position; age no barrier.Wonderful house with garage. Also I '.,. ""

'. opportunity to adj j 2 bedroom furnished house with .. "

vance. For complete details and garage. Call HE 9-2318, or See .

appointment for personal Interview E. J. Chaffee.Feb 4-tf

'"'': : tell us about yourself -I FOR SALE-Three Ideal lots on

"aSjetter ,to--General Manager, North :Moore St. close to school, UP TO $124*-ON AMERICA'S

,P. O: .Box V 1115, Winter' Garden,I paved street in town, needs no ._ ,+'' SAVINGEST SIX-PASSENGER CAR-THE FALCON!

Fla. V 2-25-ltc filling. Ready to build on. CoyG. / The Falcon's priced up to $124 less than other

Harris. i-21-tf "' x \ 6-passenger compact cars, gets up to 30 miles per
FOR SALE-Sacrifice to settle -- gallon. .4,000 miles between oil changes. Cuts costs

estate of, Bess Benson Wilcox,I FOR RENT-Furnished 6-room I f'. I CONE on tires, parts up to 15% on insurance! Compare

3 bedroom unfurnished home I and 3-ropm apartments, .$30.00 V it l Falcon luggage space, quality, performance 1 1B

with breezeway and garage, plus per month. Capitol Motel, Ko- A N D t ,.d M wmrf Ktw rr iBffwttd retail tfeBvwM pfftIIHERFS .

.2. furnished apartments with rona. Phone ID 73649. '

garages. Call HEmlock 9-2318, 12.10tf

IV V or see Margaret Chaffee.
SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reason-
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able rates. George Jarosz, PhoneID
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YOUR BEST BUY 73410. .
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water "front1 lot on Lantana I I tomers, immediately. HARRIS w our V.Y,

. Ave., Venice Park Subdivision. COMPANY.Phone .
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: Modern /jail electric kitchen, ID 7-3551, Bunnell.V 1-21-tfx :V '.- 'i ,economy choice of a Iifefme I 4 ,
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:.. -. :2-car garage. JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER .. AFOOt
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: 500 quo Sedae TO PAY MORE!
3-b dro n1 home 1 year old, 2- LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT,

..- ,bath, big all electric kitchen, WATER FRONT FARMS

. .I Florida room,' utility room and ACREAGESee ..

garage. For more Information us for your real estate needs ,
-see ,your local builder E. Huber
Office Phone HE 9-2242
Venice Park, Flagler Beach, telephone -
Residence Phones ID 7-3691
HEmlock 9-21%.
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