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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: March 3, 1960
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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48, NO. .8 BUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY: !MARCH 3, 1960 $2.50 A Y ARMY

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; TWO CENTS WORTHBy .. I Small Claims Court
Flagler County With Qualifying
( Mrs. M..B. Fuller)
the Small
Following
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-. After attending two meetings of Citizens; of Flagler In Survey Area Claims Court cases disposed of Old Political,Pot
at the Tuesday afternoon session -
.Beach and one meeting of the Town Commissioners,

,and al&. listening.to long discussions on, the pros and Of Foundation Flagler;. Hardware vs. Eric Lee i'

: .. cons of the development contract- '4or as a.' small taxpayerof J A grant of $10,140. has been for the amount of $221.17. A Beginning to BoilCounty
the town I feel that I should put in my two cents received from the Ftftd Founda Judgment in favor of the Flagler I

. worth also. tion to be used In' conducting Hardware for this amount, plus politics was relatively
a survey in eight county area. court costs, was granted. I quiet here until Tuesday noon-

-r'I attended one meeting of the Citizens where the I The eight counties ,are Flagler, Small Claims Court Judge first opportunity to file qualifying
jVolusia, Brevard, Orange, Indian Charles Tonkins said the court papers-but immediatelyafter
Developers met with the people ,of the Town, discussed I
' { River, Osceola,* Lake, and will be in session the first and the old political pot be. -
the development program, and gave everyone a certi- I Seminole. 4I third Tuesday afternoons of each J j gan to boil-not just simmer

fied copy of the much-disputed development contractso I School Supt. Z.D. Holland said month. A number of those already '

that they could read it, take it home and study it. the grant will be used to survey I paying their quallflying fee

It apparently made friends for the developers.I {and identify the educational Star InstallsChapter and are now running have advertisements
!,needs and problems In the eighti In t his issue of

found in this contract a provision for arbitrationin county area, particularly those r The Tribune. These can be
problems which the extension OfficersInstallation found on page 2.
case any disagreement or differences should arise {
,educational TV service could First to qualify for reelection, S
at time between the two parties.In .
any solve. of officers of the was Superintendent of Public;
I The will also be usedto Instruction Z.D. Holland.
survey Bunnell Eatern Chapter will beheld
place of instilling all the hatred, personalities,
I to find the most economical and in the Masonic Hall at 8 Following suit was County
= and personal dislikes in the issue Why don't those who, I Duane A. Sheriff,.
,-. {effective ways to accelerate the o'clock Saturday night March 5. Judge Deen -
.,,:: object to the contract place their proposition or substitutions 5I I extension of educational TV The meeting is open and the Homer Brooks. Then came his

t'.' on the table, for inspection by; the_ people? service in these counties. public is invited to attend. opponent, P.A. (ZipJ Edmonsonwho

'f' If it _is good it will certainly stand the test and be Officers 'to be installed are: was an unsuccessful can.
for the office four
didate years
S able to win friends and influence people ,also. Then John Burrell Worthy matron, Winifred Mc- I .

;. both parties will be able t Brock; Associate Matron, Lydia
and work, put their differences for the good of the Dies Suddenly t Smith; Association Patron, Mark qualified followed, by Ralph E.

r Town. I Smith; Secretary, Martha Mer Harbert, clerk of the circuit
" court. Following hinv was T.
.' 'JIn I St. Augustine cer;
f Shelton Brooks, also seeking the
Treasurer, Frances Edmonson,
I. of' clerk of circuit court office. Last.
,
John A. Burrell Haw Creek Conductress, Wanda Mercer, As'
: ly Tuesday, Charles Tonkin, for
I died suddenly with a heart attack sociate Conductress, Rita Diamond
Thursday'afternoon In the Judge of the small claims court.
Caroline Swa-
; Chaplain
East Coast Hospital in St. Aug. He recently was appointed to
f
zye; Marshall, Mable Brooks;
ustine. He had been -a patient fill the office.
Organist, Naomi Hosford; Adah,
Adding to the list qualifyingup
To there one day.
Wilma Brock; Ruth, Agnes Yelman -
r Mr. Burrell camel' to Flagler to office closing time Wed
; Martha, 'Margaret Givens;
;,, 1 I County 45 years .ago from Har, Electa, Alice LoveD; Warder nesday was .Gladys Been, present ,
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.t. ....- mod rbbQrg',,P>.a f*- ;He3ngffged' in-the Lorelta"Miller; -J ninel, Frank supervisor of- registration;
I It
). mlttee farming industry until several Mercer. f If I and; John A. '(Ja k)*C1egg;:present ,
years ago when he retired. He county commissioner in district .
; Installing officers are Shelton
r ': was ,a member of the Resurrection one. _
1 1I Brooks, Lucille Brooks, Luna .
Representative in the legislature
short Ii i Lutheran Church in Day-
Babbitt, And Leopa. Eisenbach. W. A. Wadsworth and State
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-: tona Beach. He was 89 yearsof
,.....' who i I I \ age. Senator Verle A. Pope had qualified -

Ing I(I Mr. Burrell is survived by. 'o.ne' earlier in Tallahasee. Wads.
RegistrationBooks
and I I ,son, Paul Burrell of Bunnel; one worth has no opposition, but
hope I grandson, Bobby Burrell and Dave Huff of St. Augustine Is-
_:' to two great-grandchildren of Spo Open opposing Senator Pope.

:,:. would kane, Washington; one brother, Each of the five major officesare
".=.._.- stand ,Frank Burrell of Hastings. Flagler County's Registration I to be filled this year, and in '
To I Funeral services were held at books are now open in the officeof I addition there wil be open three

the I the Chapel of Baggett-Mclntosh the Supervisor of Registration I I county commission places and'
:. : i Funeral Home in Daytona Beach at the court house. The books, two on the county school board f
; a Saturday afternoon with Rev. will remain open through April I 1 Justice of the peace and con-:
.' Walter Morris, pastor of his 2, and the office will be open J, stable. I
.* day church, officiating. Interment each day during this time, Supervisor .! "
'f' i also followed in Cedar Hill Cemeteryin I l Gladys Deen said today.: Funeral :

;.", and Daytona Beach. Mrs. Deen said those who Service
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; that Active pallbearers were .c.H.I I wish to register for the first
i r.-:, The Cowart, L.A. Dahlquist, M.R.I time to vote in the May Primaries For Mrs. Smith

: Tucker, W.E. Knight, Lee Blake. may do so _at this time. .
.'M,." 1 0 h ly, and George Clegg. Honorary Also those who have changed Held '
Sunday i
;'\ pallbearers were IL P. Bowden, their name since they registered, L

f.'-. Mr. Harry Clegg, Johrr Kendall, W. or have moved to a'new voting Mrs. Naomi Smith, mother of !
; :1:1'I: H. Wells, R. W. Cody, and,Frank pricinct are urged, to make these Raymond Smith of Bunnell, died I

t -. Stef ilk. I I changes by April'2. Friday afternoon at the Baptist I

;*.. Mr. Hospital in Jacksonville. following .
:' have L. A. Maryes Band Parents a lengthy illness. \' I

f-;;', Town d, She was a native of Rock nlll-
t; :: He Ala., and came to Bunnell In
Ir the Seville Dies Monday Night 1938 from Monroeville, Ala. She

t:-? under The Band Parents Association was 69 years of age and: wasa .
i(::: a Friday Monbg meeting has been postponed until retired practical'nurse.. >
V which Monday.: :March 7, at 8 P.M., Survivors are one daughter.Mrs. ,
1fJ. L.A. Maryes of Seville died Mrs. Janet Shields said today.. Clarice Cruse of Hastings;
in the local hospital early Fri The scheduled meeting was one son Raymond Smith'of

Bob day morning. after a month's postponed due to a conflict with Bunnell; one sister, Mrs. Ray
R.1. illness. the basketball tournament. Stewart of San Diego, Callfc
r .were i He was born in Denmark Mrs. Shields said this is ,an Also surviving are 13 grand

Y I S.c., and came to Florida whena important meeting of the Association children, and;. eight great-grand
young man. He was a retired and all Interested are children. ,
the station agent for the Florida urged to attend. There will be Funeral services were held
mill East Coast Railroad. He was 71 discussion on the trip to Nas- from the First Baptist Churchof

In years of ageSurviving sau. Bunnell at 3 o'clock Sunday
<< are iiis wife of Seville afternoon with the pastor Revs
tions ; one daughter,- Mrs. Hill MARCH OF DIMES Thomas Pinner, officiating. ?
He : Young of Rebecca, Ga.; five DRIVE REPORTED Burial was held Tuesday'at
ers sons, Albert of Bunnell; Frankof March of Dimes Drive Chair. 3 P,:M. In Monroeville, Alabama;'
mon New Smyrna Beach; Otis of man Duane Deen reported todaya Craig Funeral Home of Bunnell
anent Seville; J.D. of Belle Glade; and total of $998.98 ,collected in was In charge of local arrange
to ; Robert of the merchant marine. the county drive just closed. ments. :

the Funeral services wee held in Mr. Deen expressed his ap., Pallbearers were Clyde Lewis .
Seville Monday afternoon with JK'f'C1MMfto all those whohelped Henry Wells, W.L. Dunsonf .
be t Clayton Frank and .Sons inebarge I in any way to make the I Ralph Harbert,":T.K. McKnTgp
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atioa drive. a s eireful. and Walter. Cody. ; ),--f:
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'.f'\':":-....\,:. -y'-',. ',PAGE' TWO-i: .:.",- r ,THE;FLAGLER' TRIBUNE" BUNNELL. FLORIDA._<_ <>;-i.. '!o:'''' Thursday, March S;;lSGOStreetca

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t"f. .*' '' '- More and more big cities are the scrap heap. These, are too; holidays : '/. : \ RCA VICTOR

;i:;-, : Record'jr*' T-': -'.. 1 II tearing up the-tracks and substituting old to use too young to:cherish. :1 Rides .on the Branford are free, LIVING COLOR TV,

: Clang ; : buses/- the National I but coins thrown into the fare "LOOK FOR THE PICTURE
The still survives in
I trolley IN THE WINDOW"Southeyi
, I Geographic Society says. A lucky box help preserve 'a beloved Television
> : 'For History the Nation's Capital, but its days Radio &
.:.:. trolley may be shipped to a remnant of the American herit- ; 226 E. Granada/ Ph. OR 7-2001
...
. are numbered. Three main routes
Is..r country or. find a new I II OUMONDIN
'. It "looks s..It.. the'streetcar foreign were abandoned at the begin age.
: :," finally clanging to the end of I livelihood as a hamburger: diner II
'. ning of 1960.Recently -
i., .. I I TilE CIRCUITCOOUURT OF
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"J FLAGLER
: t '" ; COUNTY FLORIDA
>,- '" .. .: -., I a noisy trolley ,built, IN CHANCERY NO. 3960
! in 1918 'special run in DOROTHY FRANCES REYNOLDS
made a

': <:.r, I. .Am Announcing. My Candidacy For Washington so that a tape- I YA UKE Plaintiff

: recorder could catch 'the sounds P1CKIN* DONALD REYNOLDS, .
'
: I PEAS* \ Defendant.
, :: : Sheriff of Flagier County that once Tightened the heartsof NOTICE TO DEFEND
> : city dwellers-the cheerful THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO;

.' .< : calls of the motorman, the whirof I Donald Reynolds =
't Subject to The May Primaries c/o Mr. and Mrs. Walter
: '
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.. ..... the steel wheels, the grind- Reynolds
'i' r. 27
I Blanche Street
ing .of the motor, and the tink 11 PERTAINING TO Plainview, Long Island New
I Earnestly Solicit Your Vote and, Support .. I nnnnin York
", '; : :;( ling of the bells. THE COUNT): You are hereby notified that a.

: .. J[. suit has been filed against you in
\ Praised by Senator I A FEMALE PEER. ODD the above entitled cause: and you

;. : : Pi A. (Zip) EDMONSON I are hereby with required the Clerk to of file this your Court gnawer -

"We have lost an old friend, ELABORATE and to serve a copy thereof upon
'r ,', Pol. ,Ado. .Pd. by P. A. (Zip) Edmonson mourned Senator Richard L.! PEA tr.DDDOffiJOI the: plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
.' I whose name and address is:
. : --- I Neuberger; when the trolley disappeared -! Walter A. Shelley
313 South Palmetto Avenue
from the street in nnnn Daytona Beach Floridanot

: front of his home in Oregon. I later than April 4th. A. D. 1969.
\ <; i FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Fin m the word tquwei. TV Utters in the heavy If you fail to do so. decree pro
:.: "Something that savored richlyof iquarci form a Anogram.rhe tolulioa of which is confesso will be entered againstyou
.:'. ', J Ike TV TEEZER ,.._roty ol lU Week. for the relief demanded In the
::: ,' VOTE FOR America has gone out of our' OJIOJ. 3INM bill of complaint. The nature of
lives." "w",t! Y !"a & 'Iss5. 'I TtlletNll said suit being for divorce.

; T.. Shelton Brooks WITNESS my hand and seal of
;1 L-. Not a few Americans share said Court this 24th day of February
I ,\
' ,...t his nostalgia.The / A. D" 1960.
,I wish to announce that I am a candidate for the office of (Official Seal)
, -
) first streetcars that ap- THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized RALPH E. HARBERT
"." CLERK CIRCUIT ,COURT FOR FLAGLER COUNTY Clerk of said Circuit Court
: in New York in 1832
pealed City .. Evinrude DealerDOATS March 3.1O-17-U--4tc
in the Democratic Primary May 3 ', looked like stage coachesvand REPAIRS
ACCESSORIES IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF
:' : were pulled by horses. They ran FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA
Free Ramp
T. SHELTON BROOKS Dockage Storage IN CHANCERY NO. 3962
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on granite-supported rails laid WE FINANCE RAUL M. LOREDO, .
r": .:;: :,. May I thank YOU, in advance for your vote and support along Fourth Avenue between 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona Plaintif.vs. ,

:;:; Pol Adv:Pd. by lAicille Brooks, Treasurer f Prince and Fourteenth; Streets. MARY LOU LOREDO..

-'i ":: These trams made so much Defendant. ,
," '1'11\_ NOTICE TO DEFEND
racket they could be heard for YOUR CLOSEST OUTLETFor THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:'

: :. blocks Protests led to the use Quality Furniture 135 Mary Wilkes Lou Loredo Avenue

= Re-Elect of wooden ties instead of gran. "We're Out of the Buffalo. New York
a: Hight Rent DistrlcCHRIS'S You are hereby notified that a
.
fl. ite, arid, the noise abated. The suit has been filed against you in
....' .,1":,. streetcar idea the FURNITURE the above entitled cause; and you
swept country.
{ Duane A. DeeriCounty are hereby required to file your an-, .
Electricity began replacing 1660 Illdgrewood Are. Holly BIll swer with the Clerk of this Court,
and to serve a copy thereof upon
f }, Judge-oF > horsepower in the 1880's. Curiously the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney

," +;,'; Flagier' County" ,. ... ; ,,. New York-the first cityto ............_. ... .. .__........... whose Adams name .and and Judge addess is:

f': ',.: i .' I have served as your County-Judge..and Juvenile adopt the horse. railwaywasamong O. F. ALFORD 121 Daytona Broadway Beach Floridanot

tL Judge the past four years and, prior to that I was the last to give it up., Registered later than April 2. A. D. 1960If I
you fail to do so. decree pro
; Horses pulled streetcars in New
Justice of the Peace for several
: :' years. I confesso will- be entered againstyou
York as late as 1917. Real Estate for the relief demanded In the
:y I am a veteran of World War II and am now unemployed Broke1 bill of complaint. The nature of
During World War I, '
;:Com. in the :Naval Reserve Aviation'Branch, said suit being for divorce
a..Lt Buanell
o WITNESS ,
hand and seal of
my >
"" ,j, .'.{ ,1.. '" \ men began using their _......- -.. .- ... ..-...-........ said Courtythta 25th day of February .
: DUANE A. DEEN \ own automobiles as public vehicles A. D. 11960.
.3 :J in with streetcar (Official Seal)
>" "- Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated competition RALPH E. HARBERT
"": lines. They charged a nickel REFINANCE YOUR DEBTS Clerk of said Circuit Court
:: Pol. Adv.< Pd. by Duane A. Deen March 3-1.0-11.U--4t Paid With a Long Term March 3-10-17-U-4tc
fare, so their cars came to be
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND -
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....;- called "Jitneys. The jitneys FEDERAL LAND BANK FOR FLAULER COUNTY FLOR-
7 spelled trouble for the streetcars IDA IN CHANCERY NO. 37O8
CITIZENS BANK OF BUNNELL
for they were forbears of FARM LOAN Plaintiff

FOR CLERK CIRCUIT: COURT the motor bus.Automobiles R. W. BRYAN THE RED -ve ROOF,

.. INC.Defendant.
: "'" .. Credit Assn. .
Production
Take Over NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE -
': :,- I ,vjsl ..to announce the people of..Flagier County I. I Wednesday10:00PALATKA. Notice Is hereby given that I, ,

". as-: Motor buses have an advant I. FLORIDA Homer ler County.W. Brooks.Florida.Sheriff under of and Flag-
,1\. ;" that I am a candidate. for re-election I by
virtue of an Alias Writ of Execu-
A 4 age. They don't require expensive '
.t ,
tion heretofore issued out of the
tracks, and can alter routes IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT IW AND above entitled court in the above

.' > CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT easily. But buses, as well as FOR FLAGLER COUNTY 3966 FLORIDA styled cause. have levied upon the
IN CHANCERY NO. following described personal property -
streetcars, lost passengers to automobiles H. T. COOK and wife. to-wit: .
-j Subject to the Democratic Primary May 3 MARGARET M. COOK Eleven tables
'" in the prosperity after Plaintiffs Fourteen chairs.
.....,. ':'' .... World War II. -V8- One Frlalator deep trIer Ber. No.
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.. NETTIE RUSK and 7X7088CL.
":>..: May I also thank the people of Flagler Countyfor The trolley still has many far- G. O. RUSK One Progress water cooler, model -
DefendantsNOTICE 153.
'. their cooperation during the. past 14 years as I flung friends. Sari Franciscans TO DEFENDIN One Coca-Cola electric drink box.
rose in wrath when their beloved THE NAME OF THE STATEOF One Coldspot deep freeze.
your ..Clerk. ) FLORIDA. TO: One Westinghouse refrigerator
'. I cable cars were threatened. Nettle Rusk and G. O. Rusk. If Sen No. 448450.:

I ., If I am returned to the office, I shall continue Owners of a streetcar Valhallaat alive heirs and devisees If dead legatees, their unknown grantees One One Cashier's serving counter.desk and stool. ..

'. :- render Kennebunkport, Maine, look, creditor or other parties claim Two 3 compartment sinks.
; ; to to everyone' prompt, courteous. and efficient ing by. through under or against One two compartment sink i
. abroad_ for choice items to pre. : Nettle Rusk and O. O. Rusk deceased One Lawson gas water heater.
service. ,
I and One raasterbilt refrigerated
;
is case
serve. A prize specimen a
' (save ..andexcept
I Any and all persons One range hood.
/ double-decker from Blackpool, the plaintiffs herein) havIng AS the property of the above named
.
: RALPH E. HARBERT;! or claiming any right titleor Defendant, and that on the 4th
fan clubs have
England. Trolley Interest In and to the lands day of April. A. D. 1960. between
prang 'up across the United involved In this suit and herein- the legal hours of sale namely.
PoL Adv, ,Pd. by Ralph E. Harbert after described.The eleven o'clock In the forenoon and
States. respective post office address two oclock In the afternoon on
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7. - - Streetcar enthusiasts ride and residence of each of the above said day on the premises of The
:: may named parties .Is unknown.You Red Roof Inc. No. 2420 AlA High
down memory lane on the Bran- and each of you are hereby way (Ocean Shore Blvd.). Flagler
notified that a suit has been Beach. Flagler County. Florida I
ford Electric Railway, a few brought against you to quiet titleto will offer for sale and sell to the

miles east of New Haven, Con the following described lands highest bidder for cash, in hand.
In County, Florida the above
situate Flagler described property .
To The necticut. A, group of trolley buffs to-wit: the Property of said Defendant fa to
: People Lot 12 of Block B of Ocean satisfy said execution. .
owns, and keeps in tiptop hape, City according to the plat of /a/ HOMER W. BROOKS
several miles' of track and several Ocean City on file In the office Sheriff of Flagler '
: of the Clerk of the Circuit County, Florida '
.: QfFJagIerCourthF dozen'wold cars. They op- Court for Flagler County, H. T. Cook L
.. Florida,' .in' Plat Book 1 at Bunnell. Florida
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t..' page 8. and Lot 13 of Block B Attorney for Plaintiff '... ,
,.' ;c of Ocean City according to the Feb. 11-18-25 & March 3--Itc ,'i
plat, of Ocean City on file In ,
I wish to Flagier-County
announce to the people of :
; the office of the Clerk of the :
: that i am 're-election School Cify c..isS Circuit Court for Flagler County. ; "
a candidate
; for :
t :. ,: r Superintendent' "as your.' page.'Florida 8. In Plat Book 1' at air 31iugirr. IiJrihultt j IBUrf1fELL

4 In the above styled court by the 1

'" :.. I am a candidate for above named plaintiffs and you FLORIDAMRS. ... j
are hereby required to file person-'
f:: I promise to continue to administer yewsekeol the office of' CityCommissioner ally or by your attorney with the,1 1
Clerk of said court your answer

'" system. as I have in the ,past, fb\tr years'0 with,' 'peace"'I" or other defensive said suit pleadings and to to servea thecomplalnt'ln M. B. FULLER Editor .t f, :

",' \ and_ progress In our schools; always: 'endeavoring: in copy thereof upon H. T. Cook, and
Margaret M. Cook. whose address Delaafod Official PBblleatiea ::0'
,. i ",tor,..provide all the educational osportwiHte*: that is Bunnell. Florida on or before far Pvblle .
r. Ifetlee f Flagler ,
will I Mirth I EItIIiN the 4th day of April 1960, and A
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meet the needs :off. our yeutfe: _*:: ., : .. The Flagler Tribune which Is a Cuty MamlelpalJUe tfc **1a

: ** newspaper meeting the require aid the State .( Flcrtta ... ':-_'
: -,,- /- : ments prescribed by law for suet
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; ; ; ." ; % 'ArP' and 1\I.pert"IR'tIae'J6ir' My interest is tovwprk purpose. Is hereby designated ai
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_., the newspaper in which this notice
:'Ii" : '- ''' shall be published once a week foi Entered mm M oBd class matter .
.: ; ( of the "
will be gzeotty eppleJMbil j. for the good city I four consecutive weeks. Herelr
: ,: 4_ ya6 fail not or Decree Pro ,Confess February 1,1913,at Be p eato fiU*, -,_

: wiN be entered against you* at B... U. Florida, ..... Act .t. j
: } WITNESS hand Clerk am: .
my as .
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xa Uu inm the seal of said court this 1st. da] i' -ar .
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of the above
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: > .' P.-T. A. MEETING- Mrs. M. Malisch arrived 'Saturday j! Mr. and Mrs. J.Flowers of
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,: : .j /R' TUESDAY EVENINGThe .1 to visit here with her son i[[Holly Hill, former residents here,

tag&r business meeting of the; in law and daughter, Mr.. and I I were here Monday to visit with

f"!: '<: : ";> t- f l' Flagler Beach Parent-Teacher Mrs. Charles Sindelar.Mr. I I I friends.
Association was held. Tuesday
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t Telephone HEmlock 9-2096 Catherine Wilson presided dur- returned last week to their

.I' ing the business portion and!home in ,Goffstown. N.H., after Community
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ij' special guest speaker Was Mr. I Mrs. Fischer had spent a: month
; ;::3 I FELLOWSHIP SUPPER CELEBRATES I II Henry Saltzman of Daytona !here visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Memorial ChurchInterdeiiomlBatlonal

[::"{': -WEDNESDAY.. *;NIGHT !i i SIXTH BIRTHDAY I II Beach who- is an authority on |Harry Hansalpacker. Mr. Fischer

e:' .. art. came to spend the last week
The Wednesday evenIng prayer Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Moody I Daytona Ave. ,
;.{. .. ; meeting at the ,First Baptist honored their daughter, Eula Room count was won-by the she was here and to accompanyher FLAGLER BEACH
, '. ;r \ Church last .week was preceded Lee, on her'sixth birthday an- fourth grade. Mrs. V. W. Haines on the trip to their home.

,.<.. ': by a Fellowship Supper. Attending niversary with a party in the gave the devotional.The Sunday School 10:00 A.M.

: <'.w.' ..- ? were Rev. and Mrs. Glen I' Recreation Center last Thursday. secretary's and treas- At Torreya State Park an old. Church Service 11:00 A..M.

t::.-, ... Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. E. Golien I The theatre motif was carried urerer's reports were read. Correspondence Indian canoe made of cypresswas : R. W. DICKERT. Pastor

-. d.. and daughters, Christy and Ho!- out ,by her father, showing from Dr. Ed Flem- found embedded in a sand EVERYONE: WELCOME

,.. : .ly, Mr. and :Mrs. Robert Schatz movies for the main entertain ming of the State Board of bar in the middle of the river.It I
.::' > with Marjorie and Ed, Mr. andS ment, and her aunt, Mrs. Wanda Health was read to verify the is on display in the park near .- --
Mrs. Robert Rumill and son Billie Mercer, doing some of the date of November 16, 1960, as Bristol. The canoe is 23 feet
', Mr. and Mrs. William Babbitt narration. Each little guest was the date he will conduct a long and 2 feet wide and 12

'S-::;:, .-.. .... with Brenda,- Vicki and Wil- I presented with play money upon study course for this P.-T.. A. inches from top to bottom. It I C TV Bob

l;, ,' lie, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Springer arrival to use for the concessions They voted to pay for a new has a platform on one end and I

..' with Rex, Diana and Sharon, : of candy, popcorn and soft world globe which is lighted is estimated to be 250 years old.!
4, :Mrs. Ethel Mellor and daughter : drinks. In the drawing, lucky from the inside. I SERVICEall

f't Linda, Judy Stryker, :Mrs. May I'I prize winners were Lila Allen The executive committee i . . ..... ..... makes
Shill and daughter Eleanor, choSe chairman ;
and Debbie Johnson. W. E. Fennell as -
,iI, : Faye Bass W; Lloyd and Billy I I I The freshments were served of the nominating committee )' FRED A. FRUITSJEWELER I Sales Tubes and-v
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k : Parrish. t from a long table with a heavy to select officers for the com !I.
j This week a special guest at I I lace cover, Forming the center- ing year and selected to act on I Antenna Installation \
.:: ,. the weekly prayer service will piece was a decorated birthdaycake the committee with him were DIAMONDS-WATCHES
k : *.be Jack Leggett from Calvary Mrs. REPAIRING i PHONE HE 9-2204 'i
: with six candles surrounded Lorna Galloway and Mrs.,
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ff.y,: Baptist Church in St. Augustine. by decorated cup cakes, each Jeanette Owens. (4.-J':'-", .--"__ JI.'rI'N )

; holding one candle. Red tapers The talk by Mr. Saltzman was

: MEHODIST CHURCH NEWS were arranged on the table bor an interesting explanation a- PERCE
.< Rev. Hoover's message at 10:30 t STRINGS
bout art, in the elementary
F > worship service of the Method der.Assisting Mr. and. Mrs. Moody groups. He told how a child ex- I
,. i'M 100KUJG TAKETHE NO THANKS. ITS ON THE
1st Church will be the
k.:: "Doing were Mrs. Claudia Bell, Mrs. presses himself honestly through A 6tFT ELEVATOR SHE'D HAVE NO UP AMD UP THAT
h': Best Things In The Worst Wanda, ,Mercer, Christy Golien, art. I FORM E, ONL E1 EVATTORRWE FLAGLERHARDWARE
:'- Times" next Sunday, March 6.I I IN A BUN6ALOW.J
Johnny Ruth Miller, Janice I II Cup cakes, punch and coffee 1
(. Services are held in the Wom Seale, and Gary Watson. Other was served by the second grade
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r' an's Club building. I guests were Kay Perryman, I II room mothers., They used the I L
A Methodist Fellowship Supper I i HAVE THEHI6HEST
55 Karen Clegg, Layde ,Rodgers, St. Patrick's motif in decoration
r; has been set for Monday I I r Brad Fordham: Mike Kelley, surrounding the social hour. II RATWG NR

i evening, March 7, in the Worn- '! Lyna Knight,Dejese OwenBecky The hostesses for the April t1A8FR \

i;. an's Club buildIng All members l Mercer Amy Jones, Jimmy Moy- meeting will be the first grader
and friends: are invited to
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er, Pamelia Sheeler, Suellen m mothers.
'.' I I 'come and bring a covered dish. Scale ,
Kenny Baker, Bubba '
Hutchinson, Patty Meekins and : ; .- i ir
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Noble'from r -,.. .
Scotty Clark. ,, 14
Canadea-.Y., who are l .
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guests Mr. and Mrs. Stanley JW cry
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Woodring from Gary, Ind. They "it. 1 ;

were accompanied here by their i &!DOfS I

nephew, Rev. and Mrs., DeWayne ,
Woodring from Aberdeen S. D. l", If'!:>: t.. ; ". J 1!_
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from Brevard, N. c., are spend { ';:;::

ing a month here. Their daughter i T's easy to have fun wrappingChristmas -- '. .,:;-->" ,
Mrs. Musick packages U you'll ; '. <-.;: < ;
,' Wayts from 5': $
make them original. Here are ; _. or
tErWIn Tenn. and ... -
Mrs. Whit- some ideas which may lead to' .
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son's brother Earl Stanley from even more wrappings createdby MR VISITOR: "SF.xf
Elizabeth, 'Tenn., is with them.I il you.
. Use old road maps to give as '
Mrs Nettie Brusich accompanied { wrapping for little boy's auto
.I mobiles. The can be cut to
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her son in law and
the size necessary for wrapping "
, s : daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Peter the package and a small auto ,
f Dzioba, ,of Ormond Beach to placed on top in place of a bow. .

,.'. Titusville Sunday to visit with Christmas napkins are colorful' ', .' .,:
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;'" I ::. here Sunday with her parents, % cup' sifted flour l'I
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: i !Rev. and Mrs. Glen Taylor. 1 cup sugar y'f
: -' "- % teaspoon baking powder wI'

k; Mr. and. Mrs Leo Grindy and I H' teaspoon salt ,v", '::; "- .: .
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cup
i daughter,
Twyla, from Warren, 2 unbeaten :
t. .- 'Illinois, are visiting this week .%eggs teaspoon vanilla ;'I ,,.. It's hard if you don't know how.Almost as hard In ,. ,
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L ." at the home, of llev. and Mrs. 1 cup, dates finely.cot j =', ', fact,as going back north after a taste of Florida's ",. J
:Reynold Hoover. 1 cup chopped nutsMix S
f fabulous climate ..
: and sift the first four' \

M-Sgt. ,Eugene Bordner arrived ingredients. Make a well and '< ;. I. But, coconuts can be cracked.And-getting to the : .

t.J.'" last week from Fort Belvoir, Va.., and add vanilla.in this Beat order until: oil smooth.eggs. : .: : ,> e i -:; ,., ;meat\ of the coconut-if- you look behind the palm

: J'' to spend a week with his par Add dates and nuts; ,mix'weB.. <", t :_ -'rt c _' ./ ,trees, the beaches, the sand and the surf, you'lldiscover I
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+ ents, Mr. and :Mrs. Ira Bordner. I Turn into greased shallow ,. '
' : the living image of Florida that turns
\ baking dish (11 x 7 x 1%
<> I I inches). Bake in a moderate, :j", 150,000 visitors into permanent residents every year. ;r,:: t
(3W-F.) oven 35 to 40 min .' .. r .
utes. Cut into 'bars while : : You'll see booming markets, cooperative and pro : : <

:'. .. Bunnell Theatre warm and dust with cO fec- ,. ductive manpower, favorable taxes, superb trans 'f2:::

) ; tioners' agar' ., : 1 portation facilities. and dependable, expanding j > '.-: :;: t
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i 'DA8B7 O'GILL AND THE be and''us Jam ed to jar eover'** the** tops tMaar of" JeHy' >.,' 'T&ke-a-good-look at the other side of Florida while .> V '<|3b;; ''. .

; ,LITTLE PEOPLE sum bits <* ri beat .T .' ; ., you're here.Chances are you,too,will find a Florida, ':_:: rM .

=: They'll make a wonderful bow future for your family. We'd love to have.ypu. ,_ .r. >
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i' when they're tied together I : : ; : ..
: 'Albert Sharp & Jet MUBSO cut and ftttftecL '
I I'j, \r Initials. from the dime More : :
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a ) -a tied to a wrapf '
p&agfor' a gilt. Nice tettJtte efeourss ::5 """HFv'. .
Sun* & MQIL_ March.6-'T : aaajr be used '** memo- i' <; -
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., ; "..... .,"' -- 1 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cook five performers on unicycles, I circuses. ,'

. ," ". ,.. I have as their house guests Mr who were favorites last season,I All of these, ana many other

Itt" : Cook's sisters, Mrs. Dorothy will be back this year riding I outstanding attractions are in;

. I Reynolds 'and Mrs. Stella Bakerof two-high on one wheel only, offing when the "Big Show" unfurls 1

.;; I Chicago. juggling hoops and clubs at the I its banners and the strains:
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o I I :same time. I of the -familiar circus music-

. ,; II I I St. Augustine I II I Then as a fitting climax to opens "The Greatest Collegiate
" 1 the two-hour extravaganza, a Show on Earth" in the St. Aug.
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+1i i I thrilling flying-return act billed ustine High School Stadium located !

The Hunters Will ] Mrs Zeller Honored P.-T.A. Presents as the Flying Seminoles, execute 1. on Lewis Speedway, just

Celebrate 50thAnniversary With A Stork a series of unbelievable feats,I off State Road 16" on March 11.

"Flying Hig some of which are lacking in In case of rain the show will
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Mr. and Mrs. Elzia Hunter of 4 I I entertained -
Mrs. Jimmy Kelley
J "Color in Flight" could well I
are celebrating their i
Espanola I I with a stork shower at her
t tI ibe of the 1960
the keynote version .
50th Wedding Anniversary on home Friday evening, honoring i
;- Sunday, :March 5, 1960. Zeller. of Florida State University's I DANCING i
Edward
I I Mrs. II j known '! .
' : Honoring them on this occasion nationally circus, Flying II
= Mr. and Mrs.. W. R, Kudfna -j 1 I Seasonal flowers carrying out I i! High," which'will be appearing I
I! j!i in the new High School Fri '&' Sat. Nites & Sun. Afternoons 1
T ,are holding open house at a yellow and green'color scheme I :" ,, .
r their home, .40"1' West :Moody were used. Gifts were arranged .Stadium on March 11 under the J j >-::

C' Boulevard, from three to five- around a stork perched on a 1]-sponsorship of the St. Augustine j I MUSIC BY : .

r thirty P.M. huge gift package. j High School Sports Club, assist. ,

Mr. and Mrs.* Kudrna' will be \ ed by the High School P.-T. A. Del FI'S'SpeNd
assisted by sons of Mr. and Mrs. Stork bingo was played and I According to Coach Jack Has.i .

Hunters. ., prizes were won by :Mrs. Gales II i kins, originator and director of
Cone, Mrs. Jim Wilson, and Mrs. I the show, all new costumes, new I .
No invitations being sent
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: Your Weekends At
Lloyd Robertson i iI back banners, a variety of unique -
but all friends are cordially invited
i I I lighting effects, and
to call during this time. Invited guests included Mrs. rep.etoire -
M Henry Zeller, Mrs. O.D. Robert. of thrilling new acst, will LUCKY'S BARA1A
I make their debut in this year's -
:' Bunnell P-TA. son, Mrs. H.V. Peavy, Mrs. John. -
: mamoth production.
Meets TuesdayAfternoon ny Lynn, Mrs. Cordell Robert- i A quick preview of the high. I
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I son Mrs. John F. Jones, Mrs.Paul On The OCMR Flagler Beach
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)i- lights of the show: "Stairway
White, Mrs. Harry Atkinson
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a lovely coed I
I: The Bunnell Parent-Teacher Mrs. Gayle Mercer, Mrs.J. .
7 Association will meet at ,3:30 I' ._ R. Shelton, Mrs. Louis Hart( doing a nerve-shattering j I I II

..r:'. ..Tuesday, afternoon in the school I It' Mrs. Lamar Mercer, Mrs. M. B. handstand on top of a 20 foot I
,. y cafeteria, President Barbara I McDaniel, Mrs. Mary Jane Metts,I II I I pole whose only means of sup I T I,
I port depends on the steadiness
1-:' Cody said today.Bandmaster : Mrs. Nita Haywood, Mrs. Homer I "
of her partner below, balancing
f Walter Morris I Brooks, Airs. W.W. Deen, Mrs. II
I the pole in a belt I
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will speak on the music department Barney Trojan Misses Beverly "
'The Skating Whirlwinds,
of the school.; All parents and Celia Joyce Emery. I
I twp boys and two girls in a se ''-
:' are urged to attend this meet-I 'i -
'. Out of town' gutss were Mrs. ries of lightning-like spins climaxed 'i
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i -I It Gales Cone and;Urs. Jim Wilson by the girls whirling \,
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: of Daytona Beach. like tops suspended in loops by I
Arthur Carle spent Tuesday I
, ', : their necks the ,
; casting
: of'last tramo.1
:. and Wednesday week in '
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line, on the show for J
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-' Jacksonville where he took the
time, presents a catcher 21 feet
f" examinations, for the Coast:i Mr. and Mrs. O.F. Alford were
above the huge canvas bed, who
,,, '. Guard Academy. i I f in Jacksonville the past weekend -
, I catches his partner out of somersaulting -
I I visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
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twisting, and otherwise I
, Mrs. D.D. Moody and daughter Donny Alford.Tey: also attend
intricate tricks making it one I
,JNIta, spent, several days ,in II I ed the Shrine !CIub President's
I of the fastest moving acts to.
r Orlando last"week visiting with, get-to-gethe. f" fijeldethereron. Sat be seen. ":
\:-' .. Miss lona Moody. I I urday.BRANNAM'S.
__...;..._--1- The clowns get into the ,act
with all kinds of. comical didoes.

The "Circusettes," an eyecatching

1 L 1: group of_precision dancers, .. ,

elaborately costumed, are sure
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: ion of the show's theme song .

Ii.. : .F ood MarketYour Flying High; the one wheelers, "I won't need all this money, I ,am going to shop

<.g ,,_, -- . Mathers in Bunnell where you a'lways save money."
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t.." Red & White Store WHENIN

DAYTONA BEACHplan and right
tf"': now they are having a "Big
119 N. BAY St. Phone ID 7-3496
Sale we 'can buy a 2-piece sofa bedroom suit
t to visit the new fabric
U. S. Graded Good 1 <; shop just opened at 118 S. for only $98.00. We can get one of those Berkline

Palmetto Ave. They have a Swivel Rockers for $68.00 and pickup the boys a
CHUCK ROAST ) beautiful array of fashion
: n 49* fabrics for your sewing set of Bunk Beds for $39.88. They also have 2-piece

j., Western Meaty : pleasureA Sofa bed suits by Ware, The King of Sofas at
complete notions displayin $138.00. They have SO MANY OUTSTANDING

r SPARERIBS1Ii2ge, : : tern the lines store for and your four selection.pat' VALUES, %we can buy on Mathers own Budget

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." .' Terms and have EVERYTHING DELIVERED ATONE

I/ Armours Columbia :r The Colonial Shop TIME. "Put on your shoes and lets hurry." :
: :' $

t SLICED: BACONCelo a Pak :' iii If fine Mr/cs Extra SpecialUTILITY '

118 S. Palmetto Ave.
Swift Butterball "' '
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DAYTONA FLA.
; TURKEYS. .. ..."f- _.:. Free Parking in Rear: PAILS /. '.
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FROZEN FOODS '- '44 Name The Photo ContesP:',

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,: .. Burdseye BEEF CHICKEN or TURKEY 4 \. FREE PRIZES -

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t: for You Do Not Have To Be Present To Win. .

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I $ OO hew many you can name.
FRUIT COCKTAIL 4'f 1
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: '.' past five years. They are well known in business
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YELLOW CREAM CORN or BESTHER
THE taken when they

J GREEN'PEAS6 for$IQO ..-.e young,, "So come on and were Join babies the Fun.or" was, '>" ,very

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: St e 5 Economy |maneuver the more than one- bases in the' Antarctic
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tfi- ':An' Open Letter |quarter mile long super carrier cover an area of four/million

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..,.. "'. f,, Florida's economy moved for- vi.25,4 sE FREE PAINT :,
- ': ward :at a good pace last year! t CYPRESS < ,
:: : ,, Dear Mr. Wisehaupt: : : One extra gallon of your choicewith '
; .r' and by year's end was well each sailor you buy: :'

i. :' = _'..*Since the, last Town's meeting ahead. of 1958, the Florida State I I GARDENS

:;!) "' which ,you conducted along Chamber of Commerce' reports.In I Mary Carter Paint Store.-*

; ;<"':' your own democratic. way ,of a roundup of official reports : I I Voter tli show dofly A Ormond Beach at Coquina Dam

} ':.;. '" :thinking, which was ,to show covering the principal : -::: Mfl on 1C3 pm 1:361ua 4:15 pa :" Also Westrate Shopping .riater. '\.

-1,;, .., favoritism to, the interest of the business barometers, the trade 1 1I 1I
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t' Developers to that extent that I > ,
t't "the state's
that
body added :
",_ '; you denied me 'a last minute gains in some categories last INSIRE-SUy limed & Rest Assure

t, request to let me speak for just *
p3
Y year over 1958 were even greater
;;f..> one'more minute, to let the public Ii IiBEST < -
': ;- than the boomy strides madein I : .
BEST :
: know that I am ,holding in '195651. Among these. were GET THE PROTECTION FROM" :"" .. ;5,

: ', '; hand a copy pf a speech '
;my electric power production which :.1'
'.' .. r which I delivered about six and H. T. COOK AGENCY .I
cent last '
,.' our' increased 13 per year PALS '. Bade Busbyof I -
before Town
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years ago compared to a 10 per cent advance Austin Tex., is Just tickledto

.:" :' ':Commissioners, who at that in 1956.to 1957. have his pet squirrel scratch Citizens Bank BIdg. Bunnell, Florida '
"! ;, ': time whered'uly notified in advance his', head. I .
,Bank debits increased 19 pe'rcent
Town
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-about my deliveration,.' but let and 12 per cent and new )


:;.',.,:';. .' '.me after,waite me only permission two.most hours people to before do Interested so, giving and The business 27 per per cent dollar cent incorporations for value, far the above of former residential were the year.up 12 j II' AREA' BUSINESS DIRECTORY 'J: :. )1 i


\ in my speech had left, the : '
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: 1'' mortgages recorded was a whopping I I
.J' meeting, left me jUst. about six .
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: | 35 percent- ; over 1958 while AUTO BODY FUEL OILKING'S
MILLAND
T persons to talk. to., but, however I : HOTEL BAR
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1957 was only 6 per cent.
= dellveration up
was rewarded for my ODELL HERSEY'SPAINT Come And Visit TRUCK STOP
I Gross farm income gained 21
'.. when the Commissioners: while the & BODY SHOP AL AND ELLIEAT PHILLIPS 66 ,GAS & OILS
} last
"t::' ; *gave me a rising vote of thanks,''I 1957 per: cent figure dropped year below 1955. Complete Collision Service THEIR, NEW BAR"You'll Delivery in the County on

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WRECKER
24-HOUR SERVICE
and I Meet Your Friends Here"FLAGLER Fuel Oil Kerosene Tractor Fuel
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busl' ,
Sales tax collections on 1 Body & Fender Work

t., Since. our time was limited I ness transacted in 1959 was 16 I I Painting u S., 1 Matching So. OF, Free DUNNELL Estimates BEACH, ..: Gasoline: I

only wanted to say that I wished per cent over 1958, virtually the Days ID 7.3372-Nlte ID 7-3267 The Coolest Spot for the Coolest U.S. 1 N. Bunnell' ID 7-3676

j._ to turn over this copy to one same as the gains in comparable Draft BeerSANDPIPER .

i of- the Town Commissioners to I I years prior to the expanded AUTO SERVICE BARGIFTSLUNCHES FURNITURE \

:. be read at their next meeting. coverage of the tax law. McDANIEL'S REED'SDiscount
: ,3 'Now Mr Wisehaupt I am en- Employment (exclusive of On the Ocean Side of AlA 3 Miles
Service Station North of Flagler Pier Furniture
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; i closing such a copy of my farm workers) did not fair sowell. ,
"Keep Cool at George & Millie's"PHONE I UP TO 50% DISCOUNTOn
J speech which,'is self explanatoryboth The 1959 gain was 7 per STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
HE 9.2156
: as to my character and in- cent but the 1957 increase was Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs I Furniture and Appliances
terest in Flagl"Beach.. New and Used
i 9 cent. Gasoline sales show-
=": ,: May I kindly'ask, you to I readsame 1 ed per the same gains for the, two; Bunnell ID 7-7119, BUILDING SUPPLIES 1100, Flomich. Ave.-Holly Hill.'..-,..

at the next meeting of the Motor vehicle licenses ,
years. Biddle Gulf ..ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION WICKLINE FLOOR COVERING
Citizen's Commute., 'In this manner increased 8 per cent compared .

you as well as all citizens to 12 per cent for 'the earlier] Building Supplies Tilecraft Company"LET

"-preSent will be informed what year. GULF TIRES & ,BATTERIESOpen CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS US FLOOR YOU"

i my last request.to speak' a 'minute 7 A.1L.-10 P.M.-7 Days STEEL Armstrong & Kentile .

.was.;about. 1| Aluminum Foil Is State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Flagler BeachtomHE'9.2254 Sold and Installed' '*
o bullding t
Had this'program 'I'" Air Work Guaranteed' I
: a First class TJecreaUort' Hall Colonial Service Station .- -
i, Ormond Beach OR 7-3181
been carried but,. :'1.'assurfyotlthe ,Good For Cooking, ; CLEANERS "
EARL E. RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION .
result would have been GARDEN SHOP

tremendous, and done more for Baking And ServingIf MOTOR TUNE-UP BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY i Gray's; Garden Center

Flagler' Beach than the much is getting you GOODYEAR TIRES'&,BATTERIES CLEANING Headquarter for Gardening Need
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dissputed :development of the U.s. HIWAY '1 :..- BUNNELL SERVICEOpen CeramIcs. 6lfts Dry Arrangement
it is
down, one way to save on I Materials

Marshland. I'm a hundred per ,to cook, bake and serve in all's Atlantic StationJack Dally 8 to 6 Annuals/ Shrubbery Fertilizers
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the if it
for Development
cent
aluminum foil. Food cooked in Phone ID 7-3188 i TORO LAWN MOWERS

is done along the lines of ef- aluminum foil Is'delicious and Hall, ProprietorGASOILSLUBRICATION 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell i 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 'I- 511
and the ORMOND
ficiency, economy easy to, do for a camping trip, :
1' thoughts of the majority of the Tires-Batteries-Accessories
meal in your patio, or on a CONCRETE PRODUCTS HARDWARE .
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people; which I believe is the ROAD SERVICE
picnic. Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.
set by the Moody I BUNNELL Tel. ID 7-3652
pattern sys-
", Vegetables. fruits and meats Your "Q" For ConcreteDial JOHN DEERE
tern, and not Jo, throw money Agricultural&Industrial Equipment
cooked" in
can be "pressure J. L. Presswood Garage
of which I
down the sewers this with CL 3-8113 STEEL I
in detail at the last Town their own juices way STANDARD PRODUCTS Bars & Shapes Hot &: Cold Rolled
spoke '
only a bit 'of bacon, butter, seasoning General Repairing-Road Service DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's Black&Galvanized Pipe & Fittings
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: meeting.. or shortening added for Tire, Tube.,& Accessories i LAWN MOWER REPAIRS

,! -' Whenever we are ready to moisture and flavor. I Visit Frozen Our Grocery Foods and DepartmentFor Staples Concrete, Inc. BEEN, RD. Phone r73143 "
build a, Sewer .System the Cen results Use Cubed lee I
,Tips for best :
tral Ave., and its territory HE 9-2139 FLAGLER BEACH Village Hardware Center
heavy duty foil. Wrap carefullywith DRUG STORES
should and must have priority HOUSE PAINTS
Add butteror
food in center. I
sounder' that justifiable! policy."First ". fat (this is unnecessary if Service' Anderson Drug Store Match and mix any colorBuUder's
Here. First Served. I
Kitchenware
contains normal amountof Supplies :
meat
Again I close these lines with GAS OILS-LUBRICATION .- Prescriptions
; fat) and seasonings.. Fold. TlRE8-TUBE8-ACCESSORIES ." GIFTS GREETING CARDS
,* these words, The better,I 'serve I Beach InfoVmation"Specialising Sick Room Supplies CL 2-GI2o-
edges until tight against food. in Service and ;.. Sundries : AlA. Ormond Beach
the better I
i i. myfellowman', serve Then double the layer around Clean Rest Rooms"In
'myself.," The Heart of Flagler Beach'AUTO BUNNELL I BOTTLE GASHARRIS
| the

the food by repeating process
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Wishing you and the City
with another piece of foil, BOTTLE GAS \
; Commissioners the,-best of luck, REPAIRS '
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if ordinary foil is used. Place Moody's PharmacyFlagler BOTTLE: or BOTTLE (

l'I. : x' ram., 'Yours truly- t directly on a bed of hot coals.If ;>> Shield, Service Station County's Corner Drug Store FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY ,

bread Is served, it may be buttered Arcadius' Habel. Mechanic PRESCRIPTIONS HOME, OWNED GAS COMPANY
[i Paul Vogel in' foil and DRUGS-SUNDRIES 7-3551
; wrapped COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS PHONE ID
[ The Lone Ranger placed *where It can 'warm on Right Tow We'll Overhaul and 'I FOUNTAIN SERVICE ,Help Flagler County Grow

;:P.S. 'In Unity there is strength," edge of grill or In even a few Repair Your Power Mower j; Bunnell Flo Phone ID 7.3661 By Shopping at Home ,
1 .
No,Job Too Big- ,Or Too Small !
foods finish
When voting, vote tor the Moody minutes 'before other
: 1.tL No. Bay e$t- Bunnell ,ORMOND PRESCRIPTION RADIO-TELEVISION ,
System." vhiehlisLvisible4o! : ..toour, cooking.: '

eyes. Remember' seeing Is 'be- Cooking time will vary, of EDGAR'S, GARAGE I' PHARMACYSick DON'S RADIO &TV

lieving. course, with the type of firewood, 2 -HOtH" Towing, Service Room Supplies; -Sundries
I Zenith Sales Service
and
24-Hear Service
other factors. Prescription
Advertisement wind strength and COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS "c"
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< Automatic Transmission Service I Free Delivery la Flagler Beach "We Sell the Best .

wheel Balancing_Front End Rt. AlA 1 ml. North of and Service the Rest" .
:. j ." Alignment ORMOND BEACH-TeL OR 7-1661
:. ALL HOURS-DAY' NIGHF AUTO RADIOS -'
FOR OR 24O Granada Ormond-OR 7-O898 A SPECIALTY ;'

I:J Thompson PharmacyYour 11.s. Hwy. 1, Ormond. OB 7-1473. ,

AMBULANCE I II AUTOMATIC. TRANSMISSION'HOLLY Health Is Wealth GIFT SHOP .

VAlley 4.1625 I i 'HILLHYPROMATIC Put YourPHSCKIPTIONS

; .SER' :\.y.I' CEoPH ST. AUG PTW. .'FLOMBA : SERVICE In Our Hands Fresh Orange Juice: _

: Rebuilding
Repairing
14T Wr Granada--Ormond17-1421 !
}, JfnK be'l.; _tt about calling a GaaetAm., "" LWe: I 0 f. AM MAKES OF- THE AUTRYS I
.. I. ,AUTOMATIC 'r1\A.1IfSJll.SSIONS
'ssesyice with proaptao" eieid :t 1239. Rid ere wood, HOly BUIII" ,
ore'ss $ +et'ytrut' > OR 71881 ,* i FLbttSTSWfeatXv8r SOUVENIRS & GIFTS_

I' ,. ..,. ri ee..: It : l AlA at 4th St. FLAGLER BEACH. ,
AND PACKAGE .STOUEFLAGLER The;: Occasion, "' .Y '

.t ,E FZ "'With Oxygen Rea.kat..a pBfc1t. II" 'BEACH j .. ley 'It--With Flowers. PUBLISHERS PBUfTEBSJ.., :


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"The.Meeting Placeof :, f .. Flower Shop f -
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PAGE EIGHT .THE, FLAGLER, TRIBUNE BUNNELT... FLORIDA Thursday, March*3;, 1960
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!:' ;.,,' Good Nutrition-Helps 1 I Candidates For I Research 'Needed r I and'Experience excelled. on earth-teaches>, ", .
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r?.r; ::Keep: People Healthy School fi&l I City Commission In Agriculture For that research physical with problems fairly'succumbto predict.

:e-eh.: .. The season of sneezes .and Neil Eddiager t Without Opponents Space Age Success able regularity. Biological problems
) chills companions of colds, viruses by William are usually more stubborn.

: :" and influenza:-is well merchant, I There are three candidates- Major emphasis has been Some 90 chemical elementSwere
:. underway with all its aChes'and Doctor, 1 a w y e rt I without opposition for the placed on the physical aspectsof
discovered the discovery
[" r, pains. Although' these complaints chief What do you? want Some to be I I three city commission seats in movement in space. All of of the first before vitamin.. Air-
;'/ call for ,sound medical when you grow up peo- II I next Tuesday's municipal elec- this is essential to perfect the
: started making planes and radio preceded the
i,;' 'i.,'. advice, any doctor will be the pie have already t tion. They are Harry Atkinson,_ hardware needed to penetrate discovery of insulin by some 20
t:: .first to say that good nutrition their future plans. I c.B. Eisenbach and C. A. Mc- space and perform predictablyin
years.
be a ,
J *-, Drill help the body resist such Jeep Worley wants to Kenzie. It.
Less than between
to 20 elapsed -
; ;?. diseases. test pilot. Vicky King wants Frankie I The qualifying deadline was, Few people stop long enough, the invention years of the cyclotron .,
that tired be an airline hostess last 1'''' however to that the
In fact, often even Friday. realize con- and,the explosion of the
.,: let-down. feeling ran _be traced Gordon wants to be an "author.a I. 'These three men would fill quest of. space 'embraces more first atomicbomb.. But hybrid '.
like
.. right back to food-or rather to.Ann Hugus would the expiring terms of Charles E. than the, electronic brains, did .
corn not make its
appearance
: .',, -.>, what we don't eat of the needed girl's' coach, and her sister, Mara I Creal, E.S. Morris and Paul flaming rockets and dramatic until some 70 after:
I':, foods. is going to be a nurse. Of Stanish, none 'of*whom offered countdowns that now satuateour Mendel years of
is goingto I enunciated the laws
; Each day the body needs course John Johnston themselves for another term. senses and imagination.. heredity.

r;:'--. ample amounts of milk, fruits be a farmer like his Dad. I Conquest of space includes Progress In biological science

'r..' ,', and vegetables, meats' and eggs, Hewitt Dupont will Ronnie be a fisher-Har- I SPRING FASHIONS such commonplace items as may well be the limiting .factor _
and bread and cereals the old man like his Dad. t food, water, air, and other bio- in the of
conquest space. Agricultural '
basic seven. ris wants to be an architect. Are I logical needs for the ,trav
it\." familiar you interested In fashion? space research, with its back-
;': Growing children need a What? Nobody wants to be a Of course .you are-we all like eler. It involves knowledge ,of ground of skills and experienceof
quart of milk daily either asa teacher? I konw what I want to keep up with the new trends. the reactions of the living or space. Agricultural research,
{,..r. drink or used in their food. to be: I want to go .into the I I Many new and Intresting colors ganism, plant as well as animal with its background of skills

t\: ;::, Adults should drink,at-least one wax museum business.Six have joined the ranks for i to the rigors of unprecdented and experience in things bio-

F.::. pint; as they get older, this I weeks tests are coming up spring. Sun yellow has been environments.These logical, is needed as much as'
.:."-. :. should be increased to three. next week. So, study, study, added to the nautical redr white, things are the businessof ever as we enter the space age.,
t.-'. : glasses a day. Milk, chief source I study! Report cards come outMarch and blue. Brilliant green, deep scientists who concern them-
i'-:;:.' of calcium, helps build strong I 14. Remember,' no. an- blue, and white are.featureed in selves with the complexities of

bones. swers like these: afternoon wear-also beige hya- biological systems. This is a One way to get along with;
:/': Five servings of vegetables Secede means "don't stop. cinth and more beige. field in which agricultural research some people is to get along;
.,; and fruits, including at least Keep on doing it. Boulevard Fabrics that are light in has traditonally engaged without them. ,
i> one citrus fruit, are needed each means "a machine to cut off weight and look 'airy are good
f;: ; day. Citrus fruits and high in peoples' heads with." (That per this Spring. Gaberdine, wool

;._" vitamin C, which helps build son must think a guillotine is jersey, gingham, knitted wools

: resistance and ward Off infec a street). and cottons are prominent foreveryday l rr1
., tion. Vegetables-green or yell Be careful on your tasks, be- wear., Romantic: white ALMWcl-

,; :' low are full of vitamin A, soR' cause once there was a teacher chiffons and silky prints you x '4 MARCH 4,1789: NEW MDRK CITY
.' '; essential for proper bodily funcf who graded his pupils so strictly can don, for evening wear. 74 BECOMES CAPITAL OPUS.
: ., Lions.'J that he flunked five of them Full skirts and brief midriff MARCH 5,1770 BOSTON IMSwgE

:. Meat and eggs fllthat.._ important .for writing periods upside down. -tops are fashionable this Spring. MARCH 6.1933*. F.P.R.. _'STnRTS
# ; A BANK :
r' .' protein and vitamin B I Your demi-fitted suits are in HOLIDAY
,need. Both may be served many fashion wavelength again. Suits MARCH'7,141Rt: 0

". ways. But for best results, roast, FOR of all kinds are being featured AMUNDSEN OP SOUTH ANNOUNCES POUR tXSCOVERV

f' broil, or bake rather than fry again. Choose simple necklinesand ,; MARCH 0,1944* :Z.OOO QU1Nf5
:(- ...#. meat, particularly if any calorie-. SHELL FILL & SAND patterns to feature the fab- RAID BE'RUN.
! counters are to eat it. rics; loop buttonholes on crop MARCH MERRII"'tI86L'AC:&: MON' t

DIRT CONTRACTSCALL ped jackets. Costumes with 1 HER 24a MARCH FIRST SENTENCE 10,1976s anJ-:IN TiLE- n '

COCONUTS TO POLISH FLOORS matching blouse and jacket PHONE, 'MR.WATOI4.COME
Servants in the Seychelles, linings you will love. Wide.el WITHOUT uIM SALARY HERe, 14 WANT YOU".

tropical Indian Ocean isles, use I bow-capping sleeves,' with offhecollarline -
coconuts to polish floors. Placing EMIL. MISSINNE" { collars give the

one bare. foot'' on a half shell,:I Phone HE 9-2094 much-wanted bulky look.
\ aCORRECTING -
they skate over the boards. Your hats have changed, too.
Enough oil squeezes out.to bringa I I I FLAGLER BEACH Yes, bulky off-the-face hats

high polish; to the wood. I 1._, I made of white 'silk, felt and

straw. If, -YOU.are- not-- a hat. girl,.
try an organdie' rose on a clip FALSE RUMORS! S

j for evening, or a pile of red t' ,

poppies. Try It-Itcould be your .
: ADS' :-" favorite. \
5- 5 5 : which :teen
Correcting rumors have spread '

I How Do You, -: by: 'an,Individual that the Sheriff's Department .. '.

LlaUap under this heading ant 2 cent per word eaeb IaaertioDe did not put out a missing' persons bulletin on
I.:- 60 rent U minimum charge. I Use Credit?
two missing, young girls Friday afternoon. Following -
FOR SALE-Modern home, fur i:FOR RENT-2 bedroom unfurn- "
red, plastered, hardwood floors,I fished house with garage. Call How much did you charge to is the missing persons "Signal 8" which y
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r complete kitchen,. awning win- HE 9-2318, or See E.'J. Chaffee. your accouts last month,? The was sent to all Sheriffs' offices and Highway
bows, attached garage $7,700.00. 3-3-tf average customer came closerto
located Flagler Beach, 18th and I ,$100 than to $10. Patrols at 6:34 P..M., February 26, 1960. -.

t Daytona: Ave. Inquire within FOR SALE-1959 Lincoln Continental Debt can be constructive or ; :. .
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., Leonard Smith. 3-3-ltp only driven 2,800 miles, destructive depending upon ":,, ; : MESSAGE NO. 2 BUNNELL 1 .
I. I air conditioning, complete pow "
your credit capacity and management '. > ','
; er. Like new. To 'settle Wilcox It would ,not be wise <
IF you aren't being served with Two white females (Name) age 13, 5'1V& .
AVON we may need you for r estate.. Phone HE 9-2318, or see i to mortgage needed income tomorrow

your Lockhart.community.Manager Write will box be%46.In Margaret Chaffee.... 3-3-ltc i next month 'or next 130' .', pounds& dark brown hair, brown' eyes, f T.><' -,

'<;: your area aoon. AVAILABLE- AT ONCE Rawleigh I year to satisfy pleasures and 55 freckles wearing maroon or grey with stripe :, .'.'< ,

r( FOR SALE Approximately 1 business in Flagler Co. Good I comforts that' are to be con. camel hair coat. Sub No. 2 (Name) age '14, '
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sumed today. A fine durable .
",.. ,thousand. gunnny sacks. See opportunity. Trade well establ- -slender build dark blond hair 5' 110 ; }
;J; but product that gives good servicefar ,
-" Louis Trad at the farm or call lished. Experience helpful
t "IDlewood 73511. Feb. 252tcSEPTIC not necessary. See Mrs..Ed Noles, beyond the last paymentdate pounds, grey eyes, wearing gold ..slim Jim
405 Whitney St., Sf: Augustine, may be worth- the extra,, pants ,corduroy shirt. ,
TANK cleaning reasonable charge for credit ,:. ,
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or write at once., ,Rawleigh'sDept. ; a
'", .r tes. George 'Jarosz, Phone FAB-360-102. Memphis: Many young families have 1 -. ;. .
ID 73410. U-19-5-12-tc Tenn. taught themselves to save by .5Hold. and notify S. O. Bunnell, Homer W. ,

I :FOR ,RENT--Furnished 6-room Feb 25 & Mar. 3-10-2tp buying Planned on spending installment is the plans.secretto Brooks, Sheriff Flagler County, Bunnell. .

'and 3-room apartments, $30.00 FOB SALE-Three ideal lots on sound use of credit There
;..- ;per month. Capitol, Motel, Ko- North Moore St close to school, are advantages and disadvantages The' above message may be verified by ,

rona. Phone ID 73649. paved street In town, needs no in using credit. .radio J -gn the Sheriff's Office., ,
'. 0210tf filling. Ready to build on. Coy Paying cash for little, things, ; f

"""TOUR BEST BUT G Harris. -- 1-21-tf paying when the bill is due,

'liew 2-bedroom home ,on 80x115 WANTED-:200- -New Gas-Custoraers limiting the number of accounts

1t. water front lot on Lantana Immediately. HARRIS will make for smoother financial -..- --- -

Ave., Venice Park Subdivision. BOTTLE GAS COMPANY Phone sailing. I
.. fern all electric kitchen, ID; '7-3551, Bunnell. 1-21-tf Try to keep charge accounts
;FJorida room, 1% bath utility under control. The amount of CRAIG FUNERAL HOME .

': room,. tarazza floor, central heat credit you can use depends
';, 2-car garage. i r JOHNSTON'SAGLER largely on: capacity to meet A. B. CBAIC. Funeral Director .

r. ,'AM. ?' % BEACH' HALT co. financial, commitments; the ,.- JO9H HAHDIN Associate- j
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;' '3-b droom home 1. year old 2teath LOTS HOMES OCBAlf FRONT. prospect of continuing employ OXYGETf ; I
!+ big', all etectric kitchen,I WATER ,FRONT FARMS, ment or income and assest or I AIR; LADY -
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