The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: March 10, 1960
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00168
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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:=_i :' VOLUME 48, NO. .9 BUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1960 $2.50 A YEAR.
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Bondy Mosby County ,

:: Win Election% atFlagler Mercer, local representative Candidates Charles Jennings' has opened Its -" .
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of Gulf Life Insurance a "Fix-It-Shop" In Flagler

<' ; Beach has qualified for his eo.1 Win Easily!: Beach. The new business Is lo' Roads Desire '
.. President's Club conference in cated in the garage next to the _

r. ? Hollywood Beach, May 19.22, the Three candidates ,who had I II recreation center on Central Ave.

The municipal :election at company annQunced today. I qualified for place on the bal Mr. and Mrs. Jennings are The Board of County Commissioners -
Flagler Beach Tuesday saw five sales and service Monday, at the request
A leading lot at Tuesday's municipal election former residents of Gate City,
" .. :; running for two seats on the record in' 1959 qualified Mr. Mer won easily. They are Harry Va., and recently moved to Flag I of the State Road Department,
commission. They were: for the sessions at,which,'advanced designated its choice of primary
cer Atkinson, C, B. Eisenbach. and ler Beach to make their home.,!
and secondary roads to be,built
r : Charles Bondy, Charles F. underwriting Ideas will C A. McKenzie. He was advised, by his doctor I tj

' Charon, H.G. Heydt, R. R. Mosby be presented. This_ will be the They will fill, the, three seats to move to Florida. I in Flagler county. "

and Reid J., Moyer. Of these first president's' club conference" j I now held by Charles. E. Creal, :Mr. Jennings owned and operated I j The only primary :consideration

Mosby and Bondy were elected.I Mercer has attended.Spud 'E.A. Morris and Paul Stanish a restaurant and also engaged I was a truck bypass from
State Highawy 11 to U.S. HighNo. .
,.r Mosby who has been ,a commission neither of whom ,sought re In farming and contract
I 1 around Bunnell. It is
election. ,
members many !,times, ing businesses. I I
,; "-. led the voting 'with 172 votes''' LaboratoryField There were a few write-in I II, that the by-pass would :'
: and Bondy, a newcomer in pol- votes cast with 23} for Creal,: I begin a mile or so west of Bun
F? Day Set 17 for Stanlsh 14 'for John Florida White C t nell on Road 11 and connect
R' tics there received 163. Charon' M. : !
with Road 100 west of the city
was ,next with 146; Moyer 138 Canakaris and 8 for Morris.

: and Heydt got only 30. For March 29 Potato Order I I'I can limits.use If the this present is done overpass, vehicles of

| In addition there was a straw Funeral For
the Florida East Coast Railroad's 's
* ?' ballot where freeholders had Research will be I '
progress Voted DownThe three tracks and U.S. Highway
I ,:...; the choice of- accepting or reJ highlighted at Hastings duringthe Earl i 11, using the interchange ,at the
J ;jetting a millage levy for recreg annual Potato Investigations proposed order programfor north end of town. '
ation of not less than one-half Laboratory field day on Tuesday .
r white potatoes grown in The secondary preference ,was
-: :nor more than one mill.
March 29. .
i Florida was not approved by the rebuilding the old brick road
Unofficial results showed 69 I Dr. A.H. Eddins, plant path.ologist I necessary percentage of voters from Bunnell to Espanola as

_" r votes for the extra millage and In charge of the unit, Earl Moody of New Smyrna or represented volume of pro first choice. As second choice

-' 215: against, the recreation mill- I says the program will beginat Beach, member oC one of the duction in the referendum held for secondary road it was to re

'' age being decisively beaten. 1:15 in the afternoon. pioneer families of Bunnell, died February 29 through March 3, build the old brick road fromEspanola ;

Florida Agricultural Experiment Monday afternoon, the Holly the U.S. Department of Agriculture to the St. Johns county .

,!** National TestsGiven Station workers will reporton Hill Osteopathic Hospital.He announced_ Tuesday.The .line. "

: potato and cabbage varities, had been a 'patient there order was 'designed to I The board agreed to request

,cabbage fertilization, potato one week, receiving treatment. help stablize producer prices by the Volusia County Board to
StudentsAt II seeding rates, chemical weed after suffering a stroke. He was interstate shipments by grade, I I request 'the State Road Depart

controll, cabbage and potato in'sect the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. size and other characteristics. ment to" rebuild the highwayfrom

Bun&eU: control- corky ringspot' control Bob Moody of Bunnell.Mr. Producers favoring issuance of Seville to connect with ,
High on potatoes, 'ad storage Moody had resided in the order represented approximately Flagler county's secondary road !
,; and, specific gravity studies on New Smyrna Beach for the
past 64 per cent of the growers from Orange Hammock to the I
tr Nine students.;of, 'the Bunnell potatoes. three years and was owner and voting and 40 per cent of Volusia county line. r

.; 'Hi0b School.fleck the, National' ". manager of The Prescription the Volume of production of The board agreed to appropri
Merit. 'Qualifying'I U .i.L 'T\9 Center there. 'He' moved there
c Scholarship I I-M.A.VJV1B::- *'' I growers' voting. ate $300 toward paymentfpf the
''' Teat, Tues &Y: ,Brteciifel:Carl ,B.''! rrarnrcr: i/ics m' ,; '* from TaVenier' where, %he. bad -AgriculturalJ: .Marketing Salary-of-a; lifeguard-duping the"' -,' '.

,; Hornsby/annbunceC: to ay. The also operated drug: store. He Agreement Act of 1937; :, Under I summer months at* Flagler

test was administered at the Sanford Sunday f was a pharmacistand had which this program was developed -i Beach. The Town of Flagler

high school.t worked in $t. Augustine, Gainesville requires a twothirdsor Beach will pay the remainder.
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Mr. Hornsby said all students Mrs. Lucy J. Lancaster Mc and, for many years at a more of ,the growers or of I .

wishing to be considered for Nab ol Sanford, mother of .R.L. drug store in the St. James the, represented volume of production -i

merit scholarships to awarded McNab of Flagler Beach died Building in Jacksonville. voting in the referendum i More. Candidates .

in' 1961 were 'required to take. Sunday afternoon in a Sanford He was a member of the Florida must f Issuance of the I

the test. 'hospital. She had been ill two State Pharmaceutical Association order before it can be put into.Have Qualified
Elks Florida Keys Lodge -
Those taking the test from ,weeks. effect. '

Bunnell High were: Cary Hol She was born in Barnwell;,1872 Tavenler' Civitan Inter- In RacesSix

, land ,Pat Nit en, Dan Fralley: S. C., and was the widow of the natonal, and the Chamber of Tax County
Commerce of New Smyrna. He Cigarette
, Jeff Seale, Polly Forson, Faye late David McNab.
include I waS 52 of age. more<<; candidates have
Survivors G.T. Mc years
Bass, Mary Jo Daugherty, Nancy ,
: He Is survived by his wife, qualified to run in the Democratic
C. Brannam, and Diane Adams. Nab, Falls Church, Va.;' Mrs. A.1 Take Reduced
Billie Whitcomb' Moody two Primaries of May'since
C McNeely, Waycross, Ga.; Mrs.}
that the
' .}4 It was pointed out Sarah Charmar, St. Petersburg sisters, Mrs. Jennie Black, Bun. the last Issue of The Tribune
f:;' National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Mrs. Carl Yutzler,. Springfield;,I nell, and Mrs. Don Kane of The amount of cigarette tax This brings the total number. .
Test is a three hour measure I refunded to 'Bunnell from taxes --
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Mass Mrs. C.D. Forrester, San Jacksonville; two brothers, of candidates to 16. ,
of, educational development ford ; Frank bouglas Moody and Robert ,Moody of collected in January is only Wilfred Hunter has qualifiedas
" and college aptitude. Emphasis ; 1$324.14. and many other cities
Bunnell. Also surviving is a a candidate for Constable.
Ga.; Mayor #t.L. McNab, Flagler
Is broad Intellectual skills, and towns received a lesser ,
: on
'/ Beach, and Judge David K. Mc stepdaughter, Mrs., Roger Stevens usual Qualifying as candidates for
from the
and on.understanding and ability Nab,' Sanford. of St. Augustine,. and one amount than the post of County Commissioner
what can'be, learned January distribution.The .
to use *
Burial was held in Sanford grandchild. from District Five are Lyman
rather than 'on sheer knowledgeof service was held at amount withheld fromBunnell's Gage and Otis
Tuesday morning at ,11 .o'clock. A prayer ,Hunter. Encum-
facts., ; Brinson Funeral Home of'San- the chapel of The Dudley Fune share of the tax for bent E. A. Hunter has wf
I ford was in charge'of arrange ral Home in New Smyrna Beachat the month of January was re' will not seek re-election In:the

8 o'clock, Tuesday evening ported as $1,238.07. forthcoming .' '
Band Panents ,I ments. primaries.
: The stated by the
with Rev. John E. 'Pickens, Jr., reason as C. H. Cowart has qualified;for

Plan !Trip"For pastor-of the Christ Congrega, director of the State Beverage reelection as a member of}"the- /
Legion, Requests ; tional Church, officiating. department which collects and Board of County Commissionersfrom
distributes the tax, is that an
I held at
Funeral services were
District Three.F.
Band To Nassau Meeting Change the First Methodist Church of audit was made of all distribu R. A. (Red) Powell Is 'also

'' Bunnell 1 at 3 o'clock' Wednesday tions for 1959 and it was found seeking reelection as Justice.of
American Legion
Plans to take mambers of the 'The Flagler municipalities had been ,,
with Rev. Pickens and many <
BuRnell School Band on a tripto Post U5,, requests the Flagler afternoon The Peace. -
Nassau 'were approved at a. County' Commissioners, to hold the pastor, Rev. W. L. Spicer, Jr. over paid.Beverly Beach received $79.19, T. K. Buddy McKnight qualified ...

meeting of the: Band ParentsAssodatlan' their special meeting'.in regards offocoating. Burial followed in Beach and Marlneland Wednesday afternoon*a.Sfa
: 1 Flagler $443.58 -
b night.Several :to deciding to reopen the Flag the family lot at the Espanola candidate for Flagler ,

fund raising projects ler County Veterans Service Officer Cemetery. I $114.02. Judge. County.i. .

were 'discussed,and several ways back,, on full time with a Pallbearers were Dr., E. Paul 14IETHODISTCHURCH. -.,,;".. '.
and means committees' were,ap* living wage, to be held.at 'night, Davis, Thomas J Corbe, T. E. : : SPECIAL MEET OFrBOARD : >:; .

poInted The ,first project will around '8:00 P.M., March 14, Holden. G. S. Anderson, F C. NEWS TO HEAR- *_

be a bake.*sale, this Saturday In !I960, so as to enable the Veterans Whitcomb and B. J.. .Whitcomb, Rev. William L. Spicer, pastorof VETERAN GROUPS: ..

front of the; Mather' Furniture I : and ge ,pubIic to be Jr. the Bunnell Methodist Church, i The Board of County Commissioners ,

Store. Plans' foe, other projects better able to, attend. said today the topic of his, Sermon Monday set next Tuesday
Btaaell Business .,
will be announced at a later A.T. :ZALEWSKI "
Sunday morning will be at 9.A.bi. jto hear further
date. ,Flagler Poet 115, Commander I MeA To Meet "A Watereil-Down.Religion." arguments from veterans groups

Monday Ni i*ht Sunday eveningthe film will concerning restoring the..county

READ CON08SS8KAMSHERLOMOS ; Mosquito Board i The ,Bunnell Businessmen's be "Faith ot John'The Baptist. service officer to lull time_. duty
: COLWMK. '17'lerHps Election Set .e-" Association will meet at the I Bykota sub district meeting and pay ralse.- % '

,yo 4 ::ken*,. ,..... For November_ Community Center oa Monday of the Methodist: .Youth FeUo The groups have been,'"before

stood; clearly, jtwt, wfaat_;.beav r# The election of > of* Membo evening: ,: President. Leo .Baker snip wilt i be'Monday evening. In board twice A committee.was .
,fit tfee fUllnnltr ta tk.i..... *'-foe the: East Ttagier Mo- said today Hastings.. appointed, two commissionersAnd

cde wfctafc'fe'_ .'111.'''':avail moo, Board.,will. e1 in All members of,:.the. Association The FtiyCircle, will:'meeton the commanders of the,tWo .'

C.Bj ";''''\.U:!.J :.J the. ,Nmtabor teal, Via are ,:urged to attend :the J March.17; .at8;O' oclc'.in. the; 1 I Post, but satisfactory agreementwas "
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1 MI. I' : J-' wac" ', ,< _Y meeting lei Baker; not. reached.. :*.4

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fh' pAGE.TWO:- .,. / It. "-;THE/'FUG .ER TRIBUNE; BUNNELL, FLORIDA' ".. Thursday, Marcf 1960

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botham are letting their children -" Ingfor "- '...tourna Peter Pan. : Jackson's J
t New Process Maf f.l] i :y" the big- Andrew i
;Y = : n each have <.a plot of' his ment Start workings;" 'your Birthday, St p i ick's''J DayGrover 1

/ Offer Promise of '" ."". e,! own. Mrs.: Scruggs has planted scienceFair.. The second gradeis Cleveland's:''Birthday, are i
School New4. onions, nasturtiums, beans, and working on a play about this month. }

zinnias next to .her room. I I ISEF I
if Y: Citrus Vinegars by William Neil Eddinger think Coach McGriff is helpingthe 1

It .., Good vinegars from orange|I Ir How does your garden grow? I{ fourth. ands fifth grades. CYPRESS I O..F..;:: : -
-' grapefruit and tangerine juices '
All the classes are doing their Last Friday the fourth, fifth, i
have been produced at the CitE Ivv.r..r -Nhl.
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planting behind the Agriculture and sixth grades. went on the GARDENS
n '. rus Experiment Station at Lake : Estate ]
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Building. Mrs. Hornsby's'class bus to DeLand see a science ,
: Alfred by commercial ski
, :: processes. water chews doily
matOes",strawberries fair at ute DeLand 'Children's
i has planted't t Florida
ft=: If they ever get oh a eomparFt 10 JO 1:00 US . :;. _
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lettuce, and gladiolas. Mrs. :Museum. It was very interesting .... .. ....... .
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able cost they may compete ; .
Townsend arid Mrs. Hi gin and it gave us some ideas
f; with the cider
apple product ,
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for Fair in ,
.. our Science April.
t : '. 'and give,*ari additional outlet I :_ INSIIE-Sfay toured & Rest Assured
We saw exhibits' volcanoes,
t;: .. .. for Florida citrus. mill operation had to be given
prehistoric animals, plants,

it>, .'" -' ;; '.: Div.. R.R. McNary, now retired, special peel oil treatment before it could. eliminate be used. space, and electronics. We sawa GET THE BEST PROTECTION FRQ.M' ., .

:. ,;., 7"d;: ,:..'\I..iI. Dougherty: of the home made telegraph, too. :; ". ; .
r:-i.; State. Citrus Commission also Principal drawback to imme There was lots of fun on the .. I
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: t made a vinegar with an entirely diate commercial production of bus. ." 17a T. COOK AGENCY k !

n."' different and delightful aroma citrus vinegar, according to Me-

-:, and flavor from press liquor Nary and Dougherty, is produc Here are some 'special events I I Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida I

IJ< -'j;:. from citrus feed mill;: operations. tion cost higher than that for coming_ up soon: Start practic* ,

;'-= This material is ordinarily made applce cider vinegar. They think' -
:$'"... into citrus molasses.. it entirely .possible that citrus !

'fi'1,:--,: Using submerged fermentation vinegar in may the wine become vinegar a competitor market I' AREA 'BUSINESS DIRECTORY I .1

:'. ,'"'J. '. type of equipment pattern. .

. \: f. ed after current commercial .
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:\.. practice, the investigators .pro McNary and Dougherty have I J

.>,\,. ,. duced over 100 gallons of each written bulletin on citrus vinegar AUTO BODY MILLAND HOTEL BAR FUEL OILKING'S
.._ '-r':'. of the, four kinds of vinegar. making, which probablywill ODELL HERSEY'S Come And Visit TRUCK STOP

f t:,_}." People throughout the country be printed in the first half PAINT & BODY SHOP AL AND ELLIEAT PHILLIPS 66 GAS, & OILS

Jt:{ ..., who have sampled It have made of this year by the 'Universityof Complete Collision Service THEIR NEW BAR in

:',, very favorable reports on it. Florida Agricultural Experiment ; i 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE Tou'11 Meet Your Friends Here" Delivery the County on
> Station at Gainesville. : Body & Fender Work Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fue
kJ/:: The press liquor from feed I Fainting. Matching Free Estimates FLAGLER BEACH I Gasoline .
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: -, ID 7.3372-Nlte ID 7-3267 U.S. 1 N. Bunnell ID 7-3676
s T s "" The Coolest Spot for the Coolest I .
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t i{:. ..I- Columbus, Georgia: i AUTO SERVICEMcDANIEL'S BAR FURNITURE


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',:;;.; ''. .. STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS '"Keep Cool at George & Millie's" I UP TO 507. DISCOUNT

t:.: l .. PHONE HE 9.2156 On Furniture and Appliances:
;t. Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs 'I
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r:1: :'_' '!,':;. Bunnell ID 7-7119 BUILDING SUPPLIES 1100 Flomich Ave.-Holly. Hill or

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- Gulf Service V
: Tilecraf Company

{ : : 7 ..M.-r 10 P,IS.-7 Days STEEL Armstrong & Kentile

'9. N State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Flagler Beach HE 9-2254 Sold and InstalledAll

: Ah; t Work Guaranteed '

.",'.:a .' : ... ::,. 'Colonial. .Service .StationEARI r.f" .I r.fl Ormond Beach ii'MbR 7-3lfel
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a MOTOR Gray's Garden Center


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Hall's. Atlantic Station Dally 8 to 6Phone Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers.
Jack Hall. Proprietor
{ i -F.: 115 N. Bay -Bunnell 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. .OR 7-0511
Columbus, Georgia's second largest city, is located at the head of
navigation on the Chattahoochee River along. the western boundaryof ROAD SERVICE CONCRETE PRODUCTS HARDWARE

the state. Formerly the site of one of the largest and most im BUNNELL, Tel. 'ID 7-3652 Bunnell FarmersSupply Co.
portant Indian centers in the Southeast Columbus is' a "planned" Your "Q" For ConcreteDial JOHN DEERE
community-was deliberately conceived and laIdout as a city. Consequently J. L. Presswood'' Garage Agricultural&;Industrial Equipment
the streets are broad, ample space has been.provided for CL 3-8113 STEEL
I recreational activities and all of the city's other activities-working, I STANDARD PRODUCTS Bars &: Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled
trading, playing and living-flow more smoothly because of the General Repairing-Road Service DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's Black&;Galvanized Pipe & Fittings
foresight of community founders. The last "frontier town" of the Tire, Tub** A AccessoriesVisit LAWN MOWER REPAIRS

,:. original Thirteen; Colonies Columbus was founded and laid out as a Frozen Our Grocery Foods and DepartmentFor Staples Concrete, Inc. BEEN RD. Phone I*, 7314J<<

city by an act of the'Georgia Legislature, in 182?. Cubed lee
HE 9-2139 FLAGLER, BEACH Village Hardware Center
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At one time, Columbus was one Post" and neighboring Lawson DRUG STORES !
r:- of the busiest river ports in the Army Field. At Benning said to Sullivan's Gulf Service HOUSE PAINTS
;: Southeast but with the coming of be the most beautiful Army post Match and mix any colorBuilder's 1.- -
.the railroad in the 50's. river in existence, ,some one million GULF Anderson Drug Store 1
i I Supplies Kitchenware
,. traffic..became secondary to rail! officers and men were trained GAS-OILS-LUBRICATION -- Prescriptions ,
, transportation. Soon Columbus I during World 'War II alone. As TIRES-TUBES-ACCESSORIES GIFTS GREETING CARDS .
Beach Information Sick Room Supplies.
( \ ,. will have an inland port.and open many as 100,000 troops have been I "Specializing in Service and Sundries A1A Ormond Beach CL 2-0420 J
t. to river traffic' from the Gulf ofMexico.1 I stationed there 'at one time. The Clean Rest Rooms" I
'-f' post covers 188.000 acres and has In The Heart of Flagler Beach BUNNELL BOTTLE GASHARRIS 1

':,". The city boasts diversified todnstrlal -! been an integral part of Columbus GAS 1

: activity, with textile since 1918. AUTO REPAIRS Moody's Pharmacy BOTTLE
' operations employing some 10,000 On much traveled U.S. %'7, BOTTLE or BULK 1

persons.t. Some 120 other Industries Columbus entertains. thousands of Shield Service Station Flagler County's Corner Drug Store FLAGLER'COUN'1TS ONLY i

: produce a wide variety of South-bound touristS" each year. Arcadlus Habel. Mechanic PRESCRIPTIONS HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY }

: products.' Not too far away are such popular 'COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS DRUGS--SUNDRIES PHONE ID 7.3551 .'
" attraction as "The: Ltttie White
Columbus metropolitan population Right Now Well Overhaul and FOUNTAIN SERVICE Help Flagler County Grow '
is about 250,000, with city House" at Warm Springs, and Ida Mower I
Power ID 7-3661
Repair Your Baaae1L Flo. Phone
By Shopping at Home _
_ limits population estimated at Castro GaHaway Gardens. Pine No Job Too, Big Or Too Small .. .
.: 131>,090. Mountains. ill. No. Bay SU Bunnell ORMOND, PRESCRIPTION I
No discussion of Columbus ,By early 1962. the ,Chattahoo RADIO-TELEVISION .: T '= ;

would,. be complete without m n- chee River will be navigable from. EDGAR'S GARAGE24Hour PHARMACY DON'S RADIO & TVZenith '., 1 i
'Fort Gulf Intra-Coastal Waterwayto Sick Sundries
tkralng Benning. "The the Towing Service Room Supplies .'. '.1 I
'World's Most Complete Army Columbus. 24-Hettr Prescriptioa Service Sales and Service"We r.1 -_-,: -
............. Automatic Transmission Service Free DeHveqp in Flagler Beach Sell the Best :_ I
H.-. n. Wheel Balancing-Front End Rt. AlA I ml. North of and Service the Rest" ,,
.FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR ,MIGHF' n. 346 Granada Alignment'Ormond -ORT-tSBS AUTO RADIOS A SPECIALTY :?,-.-..,

Thompson Pharmacy II.S. Hwy. 1, Onnond OR 7-1473 r:.:. I
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Your Health Is Wealth "
PHONe ';AHey 41625 HOLLY HILL Put YourPJtUCBII'1'IKS : _: .x

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1.: } ;, ;, UNDERGOES EYE I FLAGLER BEACH ,Mr. and Mrs Dewey Davis, all
:;:f Yt:. t/.{; c1t : 2' OPERATION IN JACKSONVILLE GARDEN CLUB .... from Taylorsville,; -N,c., have
"'->- ; :") Bill Combs, son of Mr.and Regular business meeting of been spending several'days here
thLl'aal'er ,
:. ea'ct' Mrs. Gerald Combs, who live the Flagler Beach Garden Club this week. '

...{.. .. ., .o >. near Marineland, underwent a was held last Tuesday afternoon
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,'.; '- LUNA BABBITT serious eye operation last Tues in 'Woman's Club ... .. ..
;- J: .. \ .' the rl't..r.".... ....r-.. ..v.I .tiYN
' Ii"' Hospital In
at Luke's
'I>> day
, '' bUilding Mrs. Ann Batten
" ,: 4 ... .. Telephone HEmlock 9-2099 .t
f.r : ', (. ) Jacksonville. He Is occupying and Mrs. Florence Schwenk act- FRED A. FRUITS
; ''''' Room 184 there for the next
: "t'I '
-- ing Mrs. Esther
: as hostesses.
:: y :" f ;G. W. RADER' "' ...,METHODIST CHURCHANNOUNCEME1iTS '' I two weeks. :Mr. and Mrs.Combs Juengling* presided.- I JEWELER I'

[ ; .... DIES AT 82: !' : spent! Sunday in Jacksonville to There was' an interesting DIAMONDSWATCHESREPAIRING
The sermon topic for,the,Flag !be with and they found
.:: : George William ,Rader, 82, II hjm I Flower Demonstration given by
ler Beach, Methodist Church saflsfactorlly.I .
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him improving fiYMY
:;: .wlnter'visitor at Flagler Beach service has been announced by ':I1's. F. Brede, Mrs. E. White, h4Y Y LW

y.., {for the past 12 years, died at I Rev. Reynold Hoover "Bless.. Mrs. William H. Kelley visited Mrs. H. Vogel, Mrs. Dorothy -

i-' :", "' ;.I {Ormond Beach Osteopathic Hospital ed Are the Meek," for 10:30 I several days last week here Burnham and Mrs. Sue Spivey I. CommunityMemorial

:f ; : ; Sunday "after: ..a lengthy j i Sunday A.M., March 15. Servicesare I with her father Mr. and Mr. and with Mrs. Spivey making most
!t.1, illness. I Mrs. Frank Brede, while her of the explanations.
held in the Flagler Woman'sClub Church
: Mr. .Kader was born in Mount I
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: : I building and there will be 'husband, Dr. W.H. Kelley was Election of officers was 'held
r calm;', :Mich., and was. a retired InterdenominationalDaytona
'' Atlanta
making business trip'-to
a after
special music by' the choir.'sun-I the nominating committee .
: Abe
day school is held..at 11:30.Choir Ga. presented a slate of officers.
?;., the Scottish_ Rite,Morley, Micr FLAGLER BEACH
is Those
, rehearsal held, each elected were Mrs. Clara
'j-: Survived by his wife, w Jr., has
;; E. Fennel improved
.: i at 6:30 P.M. The Butuex, Mrs. Sara
:It".," Thursday president; Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
one daughter, Cat Floc1el'l ,
: t sufficiently to $o
"' ( I Methodist Men's Club, will meet Martel, first vice president; Mrs. Church Service 11:00 A.M.
G rbow, Des :Moines
: ; school after week in Flagler
,Monday, March 14, at 7:30 P.M. a Sue Spivey, second vice presi.
: '. :Donald W. iRader, Detroit; one Clinic and Hospital in Bunnell. R.V.. DICKERT, ,,:. Pastor
; dent
at the home of Howard Lerch ; Mrs.Marie Brede, recording j
} t- sister: Cassie 'P .1matneer,. Grand time, his father ,
it .... on John Anderson Highway. All During that ; t secretary Mrs.'.. JuanIta EVERYONE WELCOMESERVICE.
<.;,;>...?... ..I,' 'Rapids. Mich., and four grandchildren .. men of the church are invited W.E. Fennell, Sr., from Gainesville Strausner, corresponding secretary I .&
: J Ga., visited here with him. _
" ; '. I to attend. At.the. official board ; and Mrs. Ann. Batten,I'
Craig Funeral Home, Bunnell,!
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meeting of the church last Mon- treasurer.
u:'i.i shipped the body to Meires I I'i '' Mr, and Mrs. Janies L. Weth- I
day evening, they voted to buy Serving on the nominating
:., Funeral Home in .Howard t.City, erspoon from Clinton, Iowa, are TV Bob
I robes for the choir. committee, were Mesdames M.
r.: ;; : Mich, and for burial in Coral, I guests this week of Rev. and
Brede, H. Burnham, W. White,
#._ Michigan. -i; -- Mrs. Reynold Hoover.
tJ' -. .--- ", :Mrs., Agnes, Lee, Miss; Mary H. Vogel and Lillian Bondy.
.: ,' Furrer and William Furrer of Mr. and Mrs.Fnk Padrock Worshop was,:set for Tuesday
' -' Daytona Beach spent Sunday who have been spending the afternoon at the home of Mrs. all makes
;;; :,' CHURCH NOTES here at Mrs Lee's home. winter here In the Vogel apart Juengling and the next business
:. ,.:.:; A group from the First Baptist
;' : .' ment have been entertaining as meeting will be held the first Sales, Tubes and
,:: Church attended the Billy Graham -
Mrs. Leola Jones was dismissed house guests their daughter, Tuesday in April.
Antenna Installation
fF:: ,' movie ;at the Calvary Baptist .
from Halifax Hospital in Mrs. Priscilla Jarrett and her

rt L'<., Church .in St. Augustine on I'I Daytona Beach ,Monday after daughter, Pamela, from Detroit, Mrs. D.E. Davis accompaniedby I PHONE HE 9-2204
; : Jack
: Wednesday evening. Leg.E"f -
undergoing. surgery there. Michigan. her son and daughter In 'Jaw, .
:,:.. gett from Calvary Church gave I .: .
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church last' Wednesday evening '

,' 7,,:' '::-. practice during his was- visit postponed here. Choir until' Money -- Saving Food Values

-' 6:30 Friday ,evening' Director
t" ,". '. ,', Judson Stryker. / FIRST CUT WESTERNPorkChops ROCKET CHOCOLATE Box of 12

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\ .. ,Armstrong Home' Mission Week $ Marshmallow
I 3 $10o 1 Pies 39
( r_ ,.. ; ,of Prayer is for ,each day this i i 1
s week. Starting on Monday morning -I
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at the home of Mrs. Chan-
cie Weaver Tuesday at the I LYKES SLICED ;

i vr Home of, ..JUrs. ,Elmer Golien,. '
Wednesd. t.at the home. of 'MrswMargaret ; : !:

:' Presswood, Thursday;,'I 5 IbsCOFFEE' 59C

at the home of Mrs.- Arthur Babbitt -

E and .Fifd evening at the .
church .with Mrs. Glen Taylor.
v The Sunday school class of FRESH Limit one with $5.00 food order'

young people had 'a party in
;St. Augustine last Friday eve- BOLOGNASPICED $ 15% oz- Can
ning at the home of' Rev and l.bS.$1'OOc RoD

'MrsJ Glen Taylor. Rev. Armanda J BEEF 00

Silverlo; was their special guest t HAM! a $1
.* and also their speaker. It was i for

:Mrs. Taylor's birthday and she!'I DRUMMER BOYWieners 335 Cello Bag HASHUfl'

was presented with a corsage.i} ,
, from the:class and also a special ,
birthday cake. William $ RED & WHITE 2V2 CAN SLICES or

Babbitt is the. class teacher. HAI'Vi

,t.. OMMUNITY'ME OBlAL Peaches 3 $
, The title' of the morning 'worship -, FRESH: GROUNDHAMBURGER 'for V V y yOUR
r service in the. Community
r : Memorial Church for Rev. R. W.
, Dickert next Sunday wilf be ,. $ ooX VALUE: 303 Can .

f "Abundant Provisions for Pig Liver wok a. $1 :
Abund.1 I
n ant Possessions.

f, ;;'ices are 'held at 11 A. TAILS J. TomatoesGOLDEN 1 O
] Sunday;schbol..is held at 10:00 ', ,

: with classes for all ages. "

: Mrs. Nettie Brusich attended -

f /.the-Ice.Follies, in Daytona Beach I ;; RIPEBananas
t Friday evening with Mr. end .25

t .' |'Mrs. Peter 'DzIoba and daughf I !
: ters. 10

q.t.'..' (. BY THE PIECE NO LIMIT :,
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6. Bunnell Theatre YELLOW
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: ON DEAN'S LIST I If Ii COUNTRY CLUB MEETS The hardest job of all'is find.

i ing a soft job.
11': f Students from .Bunnell who WITH MRS. PELLJCER

I were on the, Dean's List at the. '
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1 The Club met with Only one
tf -.o,: Beach Junior Country mail pouch.was ever -
}; i[Daytona Collegei
,...t.,., i i last semester were Eleanora Mrs. Naomi; Pellicer Wednesday lost by the Pony Express.

LOCALS !!| Pinner, Cella Joyce Emery, and evening of last 'week --

. i Jim Cook. Plans were made for the Cab .
>: I bage Ball. The date set forthe
NORTH of Palm Beach
ball is March 26. Tickets and ,
i Hunters Celebrate reservations will be sale ati i iMather's SOUTH
{ Otis on of Jacksonville
HOLDS REUNION SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs. Hunter announce -
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on March 12 and 19.Mrs.
Members of the Holland Family the arrival of a son who I EAST of Orlando.
Golden Wedding ,- j I
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i :[was born Friday March 4, at Pellicer served tempt.
; enjoyed a family reunion ]| the Flagler Clinic and Hospital. ing refreshment course to her I WEST of the Atlantic oceanwe
1: ,Anniversary Sunday at the home of :Mrs j '
I': He weighed six pounds thirteen guests.
I I Z.G..Holland, $r,, on Howe Ave. i[ have the moat complete
\1, ) of ounces i[ and has been given the
\ In celebration their'Golden
Out of town guests present in. j' selection: of Inexpensive
f fr v- Wedding anniversary Mr and I'I'f eluded :Mr. and Mrs. William !name of Kevin Scott. Among those from Bunnell COTTONS

,. 't.n Mrs. Elise Hunter were honored I Hall of North Carolina who were' who attended the hair style I
I AUDRY ELISE CAULEYMr. show in Jacksonville Woolens Linens and j
at the home recentlywere
at of
a reception
," K r, :I guests of Mrs., Holland. Among Laces. Come In and see us i
;;'.; Mr. and Mrs. W., E. Kudma' Suni the other out of town guests and Mrs. Jerry Cauley announce Mrs. Lois Carle, Mrs. Mar- ,

..:\ day afternoon. Assisting the I were :Mr. and Mrs. Joe Niven, ;i, the arrival of a daugh- tell Hunter, and Mrs. Vonnie ,The Colonial Shop

:' '.' ., Kudrnas were Mr. and :Mrs.I Mr and Mrs. George Geibert of1:! ter, born at the Flagler Clinic Knight.
':' .'' Hunter's sons I Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Z.G.. j'I i and Hospital on Monday, March fine Fabrics

: .. Arrangements ,of spring flowers Holland, Jr.,_ Hastings; Mr. and ;: 7. She weighed six pounds one Mrs. Z.G. Holland, Sr., spent 118 S. Palmetto Ave. -
't"' in the gold and white color t Mrs. Dave Cowan of Orlando; I and three.quarter'' ounces an'dhas several days last week in Daytona I DAYTONA BEACH, FLA.

f scheme adorned the. home :where,' Mr and Mrs. Gales Cowan of II been given the name of Beach visiting with Mr.f II I Free Forking in Rear
and Mrs. Gales Cone. I
Audry Elise.
they received their guests. The!: Daytona Beach. & &
I k- dining room table was ,over laid
I 'Guests
with a. white lace table cloth MRS. BRANNAM HONOREE II'' of Mrs.' Z. G. Holland,

placed over a gold foundation.I II WITH BIRTHDAY I Sr., several days last week were PERCE STRINGS

Forming the center piece for the 1. CELEBRATION J I her nephew and neice, Mr. -and

table were yellow tulips and;| Mrs. :Minnie Brannam was ,:Mrs William Hall of Pikeville, BAH! YOOTVCNK WE HAVE 1'HEY HAD ID
in accompan
flags silver bowl. either
a At : guest at a family dinner WHEN 1 WAS A KIP THEY TO SHOW WHERE FLAGLER.
*.' end of the arrangement were!.,' party Sunday celebrating!I,I led them to Bartow Friday USED ID TUCK MB IN 1 WAS. HARDWARE
t yellow candles In silver holders.I her birthday anniversary. I'I'I where they were overnight WONDERFUL REPOWTIONFOC

Presiding at the punch bowl I I Featured in the decorations I guests of. Mr. and Mrs. P.A. SERVICE PERFECT

: and serving the cake were Mrs. was a birthday cake which was Johnson. S GUARANTEES
H.. H. Corley, Mrs. Jewel Deen,I I,baked by her granddaughter,j jl f I You SURESATISFAttlOtl
:, Mrs.. Stanley Deen, Mrs Maude Nancy Brannam. Members of I Patrolman Duane Dufore of
Lloyd, and, Mrs. Howard Hunter.I I I the L.L. Brannam and the Fred Okeechobee was a visitor here

t- Greeting the guests at the Brannam families enjoyed the I Tuesday. He .was formerly stationed ;! C tOCM TVUHMAM1.kk
'' here.
door were Mr. 'Kudrna and Mr. affair with her, l i I ,

f Kenneth Biddle. Mrs. Kenneth I .._....'w <............ .l:: ,Biddle. kept the guest book. Mr. and Mrs. H.H. paUIU g 1 ; x K _ _

t In the'rece'ivlng line with Mr. were visiting here one day last

f' .' and Mrs. .Hunter were Mrs. week with Mr. and Mrs., Dale .

Kudrna, Kenneth Hunter, Otis I I Brown, Jr., and Mrs. Neva Eisen-
;t' '. Hunter, and Howard }Hunter''. bach. :Mrs. Paulling is'the former -

: ',. The ,Hunters other son, Wilfred i Miss June Brown of Bunnell.
,.: .Hunter was a patient in the hospitaL -j

:-., and.- was not able to at. !II Visiting here during the weekend : '

tend. with Mr and-Mrs. Shelton
j About a hundred and twenty I Brooks was their son In law .
five friends and relatives called and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
/- durin | afternoon. ; I Smith of-Kca1 '- %
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Western Corn Fed Half ,or Whole

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it* -Limit\ 5,,.lbs-'witl- : ... .!. $6.9.( ';erctor. ._ : :.?.<.. '"*;.; .=,.;;. '..., good telephone service_ means to. our: customers.. :r..Ji.j, ..: S "._ .
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Birdaeye_ ,eL". -. L ". \ H k often), we fir it promptly-often before the customer ;eve ;'\
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POTATOESPOTATO .2.:4'1.: ,. And tfeew's never a charge for repairs, either. It's'-just.L :h

'Bird ye ,la, ens. 'j f- .aaothar ply yea get from your" telephone service, -': ;;'

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'i'" -,. IN CHANCERY NO. 3962 I FLORIDA. :f ,
:;.. I Termed ,. I MUZNEROWSKI. also known .

Mary Lou Loredo OF EXECUTOR I
i'v 135 Wilkes Avenue Notice is hereby given that I .>-
.. Florida Highway Patrol Buffalo. New York I have filed my final returns as
T4Ii4 said menace on You are hereby notified that a executor of the estate of Wladys-
today one I
suit has been filed against you in law Muznerowskl. also known as
( ; I heavily trafficked highways in the above entitled cause; and you I Walter Muznerowskl deceased;
1 are hereby required to file your an- that I have filed my petition for
r the "poke along" driver. swer with the Clerk of this Court distribution and for final discharge
These self appoint d set- and to serve a copy thereof upon and that on April 11. 1960. I will I
By THOMAS COLLINS the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney apply to the Honorable Duane y
ters cause many tin-and-steel: whose name and addess is: I Deen County Judge of Flagler
ii, THE NEXT FIVE YEARS-WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT? Adams and .Judge County Florida for approval of I
bankings along the thoroughfares said
;' 121 Broadway final returns and for an or '
1:;, YOU are around age 60. You -I think age 65, as a date for of Florida where speed has Daytona Beach Floridanot I d erof distribution and for final t

: .. retirement at 65. You retirement, is on the way out- I later than April 2, A. D. I960 discharge as Executor of the will '
caused a high percentage of the It of Wladyslaw Muznerowskl. also
,t : you fall to do so, decree pro I
have begun cogitating about the but because the firms that
f slowly deaths. confesso will be entered against known as Walter Muznerowskl de-
.... matter and you wonder what,developments i imderwrite pension plans annuities you for the relief demanded in the ceased. \
, bill of complaint. The nature of This 3rd day of March A.D. 1960.
there be and life insurance have the
may ver ,
t: I Commander H. N. Kirkman said suit being for divorce. /SJOHN
4 the next five years that will affect whole business world set up on an WITNESS my hand and seal of CYZYCKIExecutor..
: plans you lay now. age-65 basis and it'll take time to said that a discussion of "slowpoke" said Court this 25th day of Febru- March 10.17-24.31-4tc !

t :: Or so it seems from the queries 'unravel the thing. It seems prob- I drivers doesn't by any ary(Official A. D. 1960.Seal) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF

:-. that are coming to me. able that a labor-management manner of means recommend I, RALPH E. HARBERT FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA

i.. \ Some of the Queries suggest that I committee in each company will I speeding, but he. pointed out March- Clerk 3-10-11-4-4tc of said Circuit Court DOROTHY IN CHANCERY FRANCES NO. 306O REYNOLDS,

; I should tell the readers of this eventually decide whether an em- I Plaintiff
that who drive 25 Ina
i.. column what I think will be hap ployee goes at 70 or 55. And the I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT F vs.
,, are a FLORIDA.
: pening over these next five years. employee may get the same pen- IN CHANCERY NO. 3M6 Defendant.
"-: They say that what I think sion at both ages. of contributing to Florida's high I MAGDELENA PAULJN NOTICE TO DEFEND

:.' whether 1 am right or wrong- -In five years the idea that an high accident rate. Plaintiff. THE Donald STATE Reynolds OF FLORIDA TO:

f-: will have some value because I employee will get another job aft Kirkman said the "poke *along" .JASEPH PHILLIP V8. PAULJN. c/o Mr. and Mrs. Walter

: ;' have had 12 years' experience er retirement or start a second Defendant. Reynolds 1
driver who wrecks 27 Blanche Street
:. ...ti= "with retirement'problems and because career will probably be on the causes NOTICE TO DEFEND Plainview, Long Island New

J: ":;- : I keep in closer touch'with wane. We're on a culture kick, and and general upheaval in traffic THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: YorkYou _

'.. .': the subject than most people do. paldting pictures, reading books,' t is the man,who gets in the left Joseph 1927 Woodbine Phillip Street Paulin suit has are been hereby filed notified against you that in a

r,<' 4'," So here: is what' I see-given etc., in the "new leisure" Will lane of a four-lane road and Rldgewood, Brooklyn, the above entitled cause; and you
New York 1
J with the caution' .that.I am no seer grow popular. Also the people I breezes merrily: along at 25 or You are hereby notified that a are hereby with the required Clerk to of file this your Court.answer -

t.\ and that I may: be wrong: who. commercialize leisure-the :30 miles an hour without getting suit has been filed against you in t and to serve a copy thereof upon
r ., Some form of guaranteedmedical sellers of boats travel cameras, the above entitled cause; and you the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney
,, back into the right lane are hereby required to file your gnawer whose name and address is:
" is for and
care coming people tools such are really making with the Clerk of this Court, Walter A. Shelley
; past 65. I believe It will be hay of traffic so others, who want to and to serve a copy thereof upon 313 South Palmetto Avenue

'. here In two, years. I'd give odds In five years you're likely to be move along at lawful speeds, the whose plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney Daytona Beach Florida
name and address 4s
: not later than April 4th A. D. 1960.
F hat it'll be here In five. I believe somewhat peculiar if you don't can pass if they wish., W. Cecil Grant If you fail to do so, decree pro

., It wW'materlaUze from the rush into retirement to scoop up The left lane of .a four lane 407% Main Street confesso will be entered against
Daytona Beach. Floridanot
you for the relief demanded in the
i' Federal Government with wealthier "New Leisure" activity.
some later than April 14th A. D.
is 1960.
highway FOR PASSING and bill of complaint. The nature of
i? people supplementing the care Inflation in the next five years If you fail to do so, decree said suit being for divorce.
not for slow poking along ob confesso will be entered agalnlttl' WITNESS hand and of
; with private. insurance 'compa- will probably be paced by in- for the my seal
you relief
demanded In the said Court this 24th day of February -
nies. creases in your salary, Social Security serving the ,scenery declaredthe bill of complaint. The nature of A. D. 1960.

. It will likely be tied in with"Social and investments. Inflationfor veteran patrol commander.The said suit being for divorce. (Official Seal)

Security It will 'start off the five years after retirement said WITNESS my hand and seal of RALPH E. HARBERT
same applies in towns Court this 7th day of March Clerk of said Circuit Court
Ii: meagerly, get better every time will probably be about equal to where speed is controlled on a A. D. 1960.Official March 3.10.17-24-4tc

,. .: Congress meets and be adequate your declining wants. ( Seal)
4-lane highways .that serve as RALPH E. HARBERT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
normal in five -Your In the next five
for most
money. Clerk of said Circuit Court FOR FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA -
;," years no matter what people are streets hrough' many.Florida, March 10-17-2.31--4tc IN CHANCERY NO. 3066 '

years.I think guaranteed ,medical going to use electric lights eat, cities. H. T. COOK and wife.
care will start off with cries of make telephone calls and go to FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA, Plaintiffsvs .

,; "Socialism" Social Security the bathroom.- And,with the popu- IN CHANCERY NO. 3967 -
did-and that ten years later the lation explosion more' people are SINGER.Plaintiff.. G. O. RUSK .

voters would tar and apolitical going to be doing these things vs. ... Defendants
candidate who wanted to every year. 'I think I would in- .JOHN E. SINGER, NOTICE TO DEFENDIN
drop It-which is about what happened vest any $250 I had in a company Defendant. OF FLORIDA TO:

on Social Security. that supplied one of these things.JUKIOR'S NOTICE TO DEFEND Nettle Rusk and G. 0, Rusk. -If
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: alive, and If dead their unknown
DEn" .John E. Singer heirs devisees legatees grantees I
', ,
TIlE,Rft IIIY FAMILY M u.m UlDlllfLM. I 1046 Connejfl creditors or 'other pkrtles 'claim
Detroit 15, Michigan
I ing by, through under or against
1/t1 ItL'/fMwa You are hereby notified, that a Nettle Rusk and G. O. Rusk deceased -
FOR A It ,
I GEE, AD..!CAt MAKE A PLAN suit has been filed against you in ; and -
HANDY HOLDER FDR.THOSE,, J6OTOSMAU. HANOY TOO HOLDER the above entitled cause; and you Any and all persons "(save and
.TOOLS WITH THIS (TCORRU6ATED FOR SMALL TOOLS SUCH AS From Edith Collins, ChatUhoo- are hereby required to file your an- except the plaintiffs herein) hav-

I GENIUS/ FILES,PUNCH ES.DRiU$,ETC. chee' Florida:, I remember when and swer to with serve the a Clerk of thereof this Court ing or claiming any right, title
copy upon or Interest In and to the lands
'! ..... :
& I little girl-my grand- the plaintiff or plaintiffs
was just a attorney, involved in this suit and herein-
mother's baby girL My dear whose name and address is: after described.
W. Cecil Grant
; father died when I was nine and 407% Main Street The residence respective of post each office of the addressand above

things at our house were never Daytona Beach Floridanot named parties is unknown.
the mother hada later than April 5th A. D. 1960. You and each of you are hereby
1 same my If you fail to do' so decree pro notified that a suit has been
heavy burden taking care of confesso will be entered againstyou brought against you to quiet title
with her for the relief demanded In the following described lands
four children. I stayed bill situate
of complaint. The
nature of
/ FLEXIBLE i school then when said suit in Flagler County. Florida
while going to being: for divorce. J
CORKU6ATEPBOA2P school was out, I was packed up WITNESS my hand and seal of to-Lot 12 of Block B of Ocean
51 1 said Court this 2nd day of MarchA.D. City according to the plat of
1 and sent to grandmother'sputon 1960.Official Ocean
City on file In the office
the train by myself with a shoe ( Seal) of the Clerk of the Circuit
box of fried chicken biscuits and RALPH E. HARBERT Court for Flagler County
MA50N SARfv1. Clerk of said Circuit Court Florida in Plat Book 1 at
IIIIIII homemade ginger bread.It March 10-17-4-31--4tc page 8, and Lot 13 of Block B
I was a long ride-two days- of Ocean City according to the
L NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION plat of Ocean City on file In
afraid and not
'- I but Iwas not OF BOARD OF COUNTY the office of the Clerk of the
THE FREE PAINTOne J alone. The conductor came by COMMISSIONERS CLOSING A Circuit Court for Flagler County. -

OUTBOARDER I often and asked how I was getting I DISCLAIMING ROAD AND RENOUNCING ANY RIGIIT AND OF page. Florida 8. in Plat Book 1 at

-Authorized Erlnrude Dealer extra gallon of your choice I along Grandfather met COUNTY AND THE PUDLIC IN in the above styled court by the
; With each: gallon: you buy AND TO THE LAND LYING above
BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS I me at the station lifted me WITHIN named plaintiffs and you

Dockage Storage Free Ramp Mary ,Carter Paint Store into the buggy and we- drove THE TO WHOM CONFINES IT MAY TIIEREOF.CONCERN: are hereby or by your required attorney to file with personally the-

WE FINANCE I slowly down the road. It was a Notice is hereby given that on Clerk of said court your answer
Ormond Beach at Coquina Barn two hour ride to grandmother's March 7. 1960 in accordance with or other defensive pleadings to the
825 BaUough_ Rd-Daytoaa Ala Weatate Sh.ppa.r. Outer Sections 33609 and 336.10 Florida complaint in said suit and to serve
house and I listened to the grindIng a thereof
Statutes 1957. the Board of County copy upon H. T. Cook and
of the buggy wheels turn- Commissioners of Flagler County. Margaret M. Cook whose address
Florida. adopted a Resolution Is Bunnell. Florida on or before
FM CLEM OF TIE CIRCUIT COURT ing over in the sand. Grandfather closing vacating and abandoninga the 4th day of April 196< and
talked a lot and had, a good certain public road described as The Flagler Tribune which is a
follows newspaper meeting the requirements -
sense of humor.Grandmother.
VOTE FOR was happily wait Being a part of the NE% of purpose prescribed is hereby by law| for such
designated aa
Section 8, Township 13
BrooksI ing on the porch. In her long Range 31 East and more par the shall newspaper be in which this notice
T. Shelton published once a week for
ticularly described follows
white apron and dress that as : four consecutive weeks. Herein
Beginning at a concrete monu-
wish.to announce that I am a candidate for:the office of touched the floor Grandmotherand ment marking' the original NE will tall not be entered or Decree against Pro 'you.Confesso .
I became "pals" and theme corner of said Section 8. as a WITNESS my hand as Clerk and

CLERK CIRCUIT COURT, FOR FLAGLER COUNTY thing I remember most is point thence of South reference 87 and degrees running 35 the seal of said court this 1st day.
of March
in .the Democratic: Primary. on ,May 3 how she used to take me fishing.I minutes West along the North (Official Seal A. D.) 1960.
had to help with chores suchas line of said Section 8. & distance RALPH E. HARBERT ,

T. SHELTON BROOKS bringing in wood for the stove. of 1523.55 with feet the to Easterly an intersection As styled Clerk Court of the above

There were 16 children in my right-of-way boundary of U. 8. March 3-10-1'7---4tc'
May. 1:tbemk you,la advtmce for your vote a=adp'ot support varidmothertribe and when Highway No.1; thence South
19 degrees 10 minutes East
, .
; Adv. Pd. by Lucille Brooks TreasurerHeElect they an got around the table (a along the said Easterly right-

, long hand-made table with naB of-way boundary. a distance of
tIIl1r Iluglrr Srtfmnt
1701.43 feet to the point of beginning I *
kegs handy, to sit on) they of this description: 1
r ate their food. Grandfather sat, thence North 70 degrees SO BUmTELI' FLORIDA ;
minutes East a distance of
: at the head of the table and of 303.46 feet: thence South 9 degrees

course asked the blessing.I 7 minutes East a dist -
ance of 508.39 feet; thence South MRS. M. B. FULLER. Editor
: to the fields with
:: : < loved to go 70 degrees Sfr minutes West a ?
Duane A. Deeh, y? :: .. the cotton- workers. I got paid distance of 214.65 feet to an
.., '< < PaWJeatJ'-;
<' "' Just as the rest but for me it intersection with the said East I Deal..te4Jos.taI -

Ity Judge of FUglcr Cowtty;"A :., < ;' : was fun. erly a right-of-way Highway No.1 boundary: thence oIL tar Public Ketleea of Flatter '

(Sect ..BtrtkU. G tM eelerta North 19 degrees 10 minutes Cvaty. JHulelpallUea tacrela
t. Tfc. 014 eta+er. _"_a*"* Press Weat along the said right-of- ;_
_, *slave: served as yeur .CITY=:**** .* ;Juvenile Service, Bax 30.*Taaaf- rW Jt. aekr.) way boundary .a distance of and tae State FlarUa
"J 311dge the that I : 500.62 four and fr was
.; past yews ",,,l of this description.

.:, uce of the Peace ,for several yeas.. ': and renouncing and disclaiming. E.tered aa aecoad saga matte{
.i, : any right of the County and the
j'.jgt; I am a -.veteran- o World War' H and am now YOUR CLOWTOUTLET public in and to the land. lying Fefcnary. ..101Sat tfc"* awatafle.. **

= .: .Lt. : Aviation -tanek.r ,For Quality Furniture witfefft the confines of said .portion at Baaaetl Florida vader act ;
;, :; :, Com. IB ire 'Narvai :1tlnre.. : : 'of said. road aforesaid. eta
8. ,;. .. ", .. Out theCHRIS'S Dated this 7th day. .of .Marc Marea 3,
,.. >;<.., '. ,. .LXJAHE:" "._..Ar.< ._, i .' J gIat'a... k.L.kr A.D. W0, ': 1ST&f i I
7011.tlele am tappnty194 ...MW..Ii. FURNITURE: OF FLAGLER One year.-..... -:x3.50. +
ir.; by ? U1e'j' *_ RIdgewe.4 Ayer ....7... Ralph E. Harbert,. Clerk. six months.fiji I
March 10-Itc

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.; .Thursday, March- ':-10;: '1960' ,..:...,01'-1 .THE" FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELLCorporation ,: FLORIDA"d I'AGF SEVEN

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1; ; new or re-organized business or ;LIVING WITH' 4 .

..1 manufacturing corporations but!+' Congressman Herlong Explains

; Charters Gain charters tions are for also nonprofit organiza-I'I', YOUR HEARTFrom
: I So-Called "Civil Right
,: totals., These data are reported 1 ( Florida Heart Assn.) I I dills

-" In State Last Year by secretaries of state granting Today the public has become I ..
charters in the various states. j acquainted with many facts of I I -
''coronary thrombosis.: I Biggest story in Washingtonthis was designated to preside over-

'Charters for new business in New firms were off-set by 443'I: week of course, is the filibuster the hearings that ;led to the-

Florida were granted at a rapid failing firms, as reported by Surely .it.Is now widely ap !I going on in the Senate.I Little Rock incident;' There is.

clp| last year, reaching a total Dun & Bradstreet, with current i predated that patients who a total lack in the bill of any
v. 4 I disease am sure there are people in provision of how this finding
of almost 13,000 by year's end. liabilities totaling more than have coronary can wprk!I .
indeed our district who are wonderingwhy shall be made, or the rules, procedures -
Only two other states granted $24 million during 1959. These successfully, can perform
more charters during the figures were down 18 per cent II work of many varieties. In the I any group of u.S. Senators or evidence under whichIt
Is to be After the Fed-
the Florida State year'l and 10 per cent respectively course of work studies among including our own most capable eral Judge under the guidanceof

Commerce. points out. both better than national av I those with heart disease, we!I I Florida Senators would go to the Attorney General and

<'.: Florida also stood in third I! erages. have seen individals performingtasks I such lengths to 'deprive any ,without any specific provisionfor

<' spot in respect .to.Y the numberof j I Last year, Florida ? accounted I of slight and of great responsibility citizen of the right to vote. I a hearing on the part of
for 6.6 cent of the nation's light desk or bench the State involved makes
per a
firms gained over 1958. some: I want to assure you that if the
now firms; for 3 per cent of work and more arduous work. : finding that a pattern of dis-
3,000. Although business conditions right to vote was all that was
i' the failing firms and lor 35 per It is true that all convalescents : crimination exists, the decree
were at a lower ebb at
I Istate's there
involved in this
:- cent of the liabilities total. The from acute coronary attacks are would establish a conclusive
that time, over 10,000 charters proportion of 'Incorporations I I not so fortunate and there area wouldn't be any filibuster. There presumption that all Negroes,

were gr nted'to new Florida. was a little lower and few who cannot work, but it wouldn't even be any bill be- who were not even parties to
businesses during 1958. I the initial proceedings, have in
I failures a little higher than in I is safe to say that three quarters cause our Constitution guar-
The maqjority of new charters fact been discriminated against.It .
or more can work and most and the U. S.
1957, a more comparable year ;I antees that right
result in the establishment of would make it totally unnec-
than 1958.MARCH i often can return to their old. Criminal- already makes it essary for them to prove any

jobs. a crime punishable by a fine of alleged discrimination on account I

This is important. We have $1,000 or imprisonment for one of race or color. That is I
the heart of the bill. i
found it usually far better and year or both for any person who very

.. ALMANAd A easier for the convalescent to deprives anyone of any of his In the next step, the "referee"

return to accustomed surroundings rights guaranteed by the Consti- appointed by the Federal Judge
.' \ WCaMEN 1 1,1 794: CONGRESS and occupations than to takes the statement of the applicant -
Jj F iif PARSES ACT TO ESTABLISH tution. So no new law is neededin
:: W/oULO BE QUITE A NAVY fLE55 attempt entering a strange field and the 'specific langu-
5PIC this field. Certainly no person
SPAN. MARCH 12.1912.'. JULIETTE which on the surface may seem age of the bill requires that
L LI LOW FORMS GlHL SCOUTS I easier and lighter. in our area is deprived of "the applicant shall be ex par-

.'? : .:., MARCH 13,1884 STANDARD 'r his right to vote. On the contrary te," which means that the other

TIMS US.APOPTEP GENERAL1.VIN a It is also of interest to 'see every ,eligible citizen is parties the State and the authorities -

I MARCH 14.1900' U.5. rx comparisons of energy demandsof not only permitted but encourg- in the locality, are denied -
1:' GOLD STAMP/VRD ACT. various activities. The house- the opportunity to be
to and vote. Then
aged register
I : MARCH ISW9tBmTHDAV wife expends much more on her heard.
:: OF THE AMERICAN {UEGION. why the furor? Why the effortto
16,1801*. U. 5. housework than does the average The next step in this cunning
what the controlled anti-
MILITARY A factory worker. The
op- scheme compels the "referee" to
: MARCH 17. SAINT states rights calls an "ef
; erator of which lifts press
PAT RICKS DA(. a crane presume that the applicant has
several tons may actually per- fective" civil rights bill? Whatdo been denied the right to vote

form less physical work than a they _mean by "effective"? on account of race or color andto

'. milk delivery man. Social and What they really mean is they accept as true his representation -

recreational activity, as well as bill aimed at or misrepresentation as tothis

..W....................... ,/.C.M:.......,................... ...rl'.....' certain psychological functions want a georgraphical a puntitive section of: the age, residence, etc. The "referee"
does referee
really not
often place far more burden on
country. It is a fact ,that the anything. He hears only one
NominationTo the circulation than does the
Appreciates states which comprised the Confederacy side of the issue. The bill, 'In
work of white col-
the average: violation of all standards of due
the Residents of Flagler County. man or .factory worker. I in the Civil War remain process, denies local registrars or I
the only conquered
I thank each and everyone of you for aow- .. S. that sun- State officials who ate presumed :1
the U. being
l. "1.+. '.. ,} ': i T i.._ ,.- by are to have denied; the right
or )
tlve. >
ing9,me'rto' nominated State R sent '
: as fpr punrsned All otrfer conquered vote
t"-t ,,' (. CARD OF THANKSWe of an applicant to on account -
: It is always a, pleasure to be allowed;*:the opI' want: ,to,than our many nations receive foreign aid; of race or color, the rightto

friends who called on us and, technical assistance, etc. But in be present with counsel as
portunity of service when one offers. himself. -
the so-called hearing and the
- < congratulated us on our fiftieth of here
1 the eyes the majority
I' ; right to confront and '_ .
i W. L. .WADSWORTH wedding anniversary; also for \Vashinrton-and the anti. examine their accusers.In cross-

the lovely gifts of flowers and
: W.L. Wadsworth
Pol. Adv. Pd. by South not as goodas
',.................................,................1'............ ............... cards..' It..is a time we will always Germany press we or are Japan. the next step, the "referee"

remember and cherish reports the results of his phony-
: Elzie and Ettie Hunter. The bill being considered in hearing to the court. At this

the Senate is called a "votingights" point only, the Attorney Generalof
,Sincere appreciation ,is expressed' for the con-'
I there
bill. Actually are
the State is invited to file-
fidence and cooperation rendered nie during my CARD OF THANKS seven sections of the bill deal- "exceptions" to the "report," but

years of serving you in elective office. I have en- Word cannot express our appreciation : ing with everything from FEPCto since the, "report" contains only

to all our friends, school integration. Only one the self-serving declaration of
to and that I
joyed opportunity serve ,hope
neighbors, and relatives for their1 section refers to voting rights.As the applicant without the rightof -
may have performed my duties in ,such:__a :manner kind deeds and Iqving words of I said there Is already ample confrontation and cross-ex-

that. you, ._will want to reelect me .as County Commissioner sympathy during the illness and law to protect those rightsbutlet amination this Invitation.. Is
what this ,bill does even
.' : for District' No.: 1. Again, ;,1 ask' your loss of our Mother .and "Big I in the see area of "voting rights." practically meaningless.When .

i consideration, vote and -suPpo.in. :jny*. effort to Mama."* all of this unprecedented -

i be reelected. For the prayers, cards, the Fundamentally, it restores the procedure has been carriedout
old Force bills of the chaotic according to plan,,the court
J'I.gt beautiful flowers, and food that
? '
t .
J -. Days followingthe
: *: *; gives to the Negro a certificate
t JOHN A. (Jack"CLEGIG; was the calls brought and to offers our of help; to, Civil War when the peopleof that he is a qualified voter and
/ ; : t. ..:. extend the South lived under a gov- then authorizes the "referee" or
: ; our family. We wan't to ernment by carpetbaggers. The such other
:: _' 1 COUNTY COMMISSIONER thanks Re-. Inner for person or persons as
'J our to a, pending bill was conceived by he
.,. may designate" to attend the
.: ,.f;, : ,District. ''No., 1 sweet service and the choir foij the same minds and the same election at all polling places

,' "" '.,! their lovely 'musicr"'t and to John; U.S.. Department of Justice that look over the shoulders of the

,Pol.:.Adv.. Pd.:9>;f y ,John A. Clegg Hardin of Craig's Funeral Homq induced the President of to commit State authorities and see that
I '' for arrangements ,here and in) the tragic error sendingthe the person is voted and that the
Little Rock. It
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Alabama. We will cherish the vote is counted. State law re
f- takes from the States and vests
y memory of their kindness aU quires election officials to keep
I in Federal authorities the su-
people a stated distance from
of elec
pervision and control
dance polling places and voting booths
In ,announcing my candidacy for the office of Raymond and tions. Federal and State, from so that under the bill, If they,
Grandchildren. the Justice of the Peace to the
r County' Commissioner District No.'5,.I-do so after .: Governor of the State. admit the Federal agents, theygo

carefuf. fcoB j.deration. Our present Commissioner to State jails and If they
first instit
; Derby Day ,Here is how the bill will workif exclude them, they go to Fed
Mr. Elzie :Hunter;, after 26 of faithful Downs in Enl
i years ,service tuted at Espsom enacted into law: eral Jails. '

,. ... to his District and County, wishes to retire from land by the Eearl of Derby in
Upon complaint the first step Likewise in other respects
thfeoffice., ,f- Mr. Hunter' ,has stated- several' ,Jr times, 1870. will be upon request of the At- if complaint is made by a

during the past two or three years, that it was his torney General, for the Federal Negro voter that the Judge's or-

wish Ulatr take his place on the Beard and we RCA VICTOR Court to "make a finding" ders have not been carried out
LIVING COLOR TV whether discrimination exists to the letter, the State election
have discussed together several in
projects our "LOOK FOR THE PICTURE against Negro voters "pursuantto officials may be hauled into

c District and, the County in order that these.projects Southern IX THE Radio WINDOW& Television a pattern or practice." The court on a contempt citation

f: may go ahead to completion. \ 226 .E. Granada-Pb. OR 7-2001 bill does not define what con- and sentnced to Jail, or fined or
"F ORMOXD stitutes a pattern or practice and both, and deprived; the rightto

the decision on this question Is trial by Jury. It is a frightening .

After careful consideration. I have qualified. to. left entirely to the discretion, prospect that in the United
:- 'run; -'for'this< --:- office. I: earnestly" ask" forFur suppart REFINANCE With a Leg YOVK Tells DEBTS whim, or prejudices of a Federal be States filled our Federal Jails could

) and pledge to the Judge.It with-"political prisoners -
; '" people of our Districtanhonest consisting of state officials.
: and fair administration. FEDERAL LAND BANK does not require that thefederal

:,,,: v" LOAN : Judge shall be a, local Such is the devil's brew that
J" '. : f;:[; ': FARM f me, A Judge from any other is cooked up for consumption

.. 'LYMAN" L. GAGE. .. W.. BBTAX State in the Usjon may bedesignated for the Southern States alone.
'. i hllbctIea Credit liner, to preside and su it is utterly unconstitutionaL It

Pel/::_ by 'L,.-Y..:.' ;L.. .Gage '. '.. .......,..V.l.... pcrrfee the local elections. It is devastating. It is the sure:
.. .' ; PALATE, FLOMft will be remembered: that a Federal -I breeder of racial troubles of untold -
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Judge from North I proportions. .


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\ /- ,PAGE EIGHT'' ; THE FLAGLER' TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLORIDA -:. Thursday, March 10, 1960 ,'j

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a '. Nipper, Clifford 'Higginbotham,1 WEALTH UNDREAMED I- S t f

Bulldogs End t .', I VFW Nominates Raymond Smith, Ernest Taylor, Mormon pioneers in Utah nev .
and Richard Palczewski.! FOR
',. '' I dreamed of the vast mineral .
:. : Successful .: Officer SlateTuesday Members voted to have Harold I weatlh beneath their feet-and SHELL. FILL & SAND i.
Higginbotham contact the county I }
did not care about mining.. "We
: commission asking them to I I II DIRT CONTRACTSCALL
F "Cage Season nightThe cannot eat gold, and silver," said ,
hold their special meeting on I Bringham Young. Today Utah Is
::_'. Bunnell lost out in the finals Veterans of Foreign Wars second on the list of States pro.

L- of ,the Class C group 4 tournament Post 5213 met at the' Bunnell ducing nonferrous, metals. EMIL MISSINNEPhone

t: last Saturday night held Community Center Tuesday 'eve MEET

J in Hastings. Losing to a strong ning. Shelton Barber, senior The next meeting of the Men's First dictionaries were used HE 9-2094 J

: : Hillard team 46-42 in the closing vice commander, presided in the Brotherhood will be March 14, I by the Assyrians and Babylonians FLAGLER BEACH .

I: minutes of, the 'game. absence of Commander Wilfred at 7:30 In the recreation centerof : to explain, not word, but

Y-' Hillard jumped '!out' in front I Hunter who is a patient in the the First Baptist Church, Rev. signs. = I
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> ':. in the first, quarter 167. The I hospital.The Thomas Pinner: announced.The .

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Bulldogs made a strong bid in I Ii I following were nominated program; will be of special ; ..

:'...-- the second and third quarters, i for officers of the post and will Interest to many and is entitled, : CRAIG FUNERAL = \ .
it ,'i", when they cutHillards margin : be voted on at the post meeting "Should a Protestant Vote for a : S \

;.:_ ,: and/took a 35-34 lead at the end II Tuesday, March 22. Catholic.for President All men .
:;:,". of ,the third quarter. 'The lead are invited to attend. Refreshments --,, ::.:, A.,H. CRAIG. Funeral Director: 1
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changed hands several times in For commander,Wilfred Hunt. will be served.: JOHN HARDIN. Associate '
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.>: the early minutes of the fourth er and Bert Powell;. for senior 1 AIR OXYGEN I

; quarter, but with. four' minutes vice commander' James E. John Bartram and his famous! CONDITIONEDCHAPEL LADY I

remaining the "Flashes" put on Crews; junior vice commander, son, William, botanized on An- f I I. I EQUIPPED
I. ;, a full court press, and was ablelt Eugene. Nipper for chaplain, astasia Island during 1756,. in .

y.', :'- to take the ball} from the Bull. Ernest Taylor, Ralph Harbert, what is now Anastasia State
Phone ID 7-3532
':. dogs and score three quick and Leslie pache; judge advocate -,Park. They found seeds and .

"., '- baskets which Bunnell' was notable Richard ,Palczewski; surgeon plants of many varieties. 201 E. MOODY: BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA t t4

k.. to overcome. The Bulldogs Dale Brown Jr.; three-year .-

; put up a great fight and played trustee, Virgil Smith, Clifford St ..-. ,

: one of the best games of the Higginbotham, and P.A. Edmon- -
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year, and had the fans, on the 'I son; quartermaster, Harold Hig- ; .
See The Dinah Shore Chevy Show in color Sundays, NBC-TV-The Pat Boone Chevy Showroom weekly,ABC-TV. '
I edge of their 'seats throughout I I ginbotham.The ,. .\ :: ;': .. ; ,: ti : .. rj
the game 'agalnst'1I1l1ard which election of officers will be '. : I I ,
>i(. ha lost ojily to a strong Bishop center ; -i I
held at the commuriity
: ;;',;. team from Jacksonville. '
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!,o'-';''' March 22.Harold ... .

-'l:.,"!:f. Hillard The Bulldogs team on outscored field goals the Higginbotham reportedon HOWMUCH i)' i' I

.... the Eighth District meeting
..<.. .. 20-19, but the Flashes were hot ; I
i.' held at St. Cloud last Sunday .. ,
at the free shot lane hitting 10 .
; out of 17to Bunnell 2 out of 7. Those from Bunnell who attended IS A 10-YEAR EDGE, r\ I
the meeting were Mr. and : t t -. ,'
:}\ The, Bulldogs beat Kirby Smith : A" .. f" 4COMPACT'
MrS. Harold 'Higginbotham: Mr. .IN i
/ of Jacksonville-39 and Melrose .
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and Mrs. Gene Barber, Mr. and I
566- 46 to gain the finals. CAR DESIGNWORTH
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r Mrs. Dale Brown, Jr., Eugene PRACTICALLY FLAT FLOORHere'sa
The Bulldogs 'closed their season in
: bonus extra foot room-more.., I
'4!:, with a very good record S than you'll find in many big cars. !' '

t ". ,this year. Winning 16 and Jerry Burns,, Mike McMillan, ? '

i- / losing five. In comilling their Reid Robertson, Richard Leggettand ,j -S : : .

:J .. record the Bulldogs won the Cary Holland.

tv', < conference Championship and Coach Cliff McGriff said, "I t

;t, '?.' were runner-up in the group would like to express my appreciation YOU DECIDE HOW MUCHMORE .
i \ tournament to the fans A' I
; many ... ,
"' '. Leading scorers,this year were who have supported us this year ,.CORVAIR GIVES. YOU IN ,.

-" '. '. Robert Cook. with 282 points, during the winning and losing r COMFORT, CONVENIENCE AND FOLD-DOWN REAR SEAT-one quick S' I

Henry.Wells 253, Buddy Taylor t nights. And"to the members of ; 'flip and you increase cargo space to

t_ __ 197 Jim Burned 150 and Mike the team who',have done a very CONTROLLABILITY .' WITH 28.9 cubic feet And it's standard S ;-' I
':,0 Parker 114. Other members of I good; job this year and I am '' equipment! ;

'. the team 'are Ronnie Canakarls, certainly proud of each of them." THESE EXCLUSIVE' ,FEATURES. :

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: : the stop the more equal is the weight ;'..:;,. .

r distribution on each wheel. Another k' .
LlaUap under this heading are : cent per word eaeb lnaertlon.6o ,...=-
rent i* minimum charge; : .- greatadvantageofrear-enginedesign.'a} -
FOR SALE-Flagler Beach home FOR RENT Furnished 6-room :
right out of snow,sand and. where .. .
h Central at 22nd, large stucco,I and 3-room apartments,. $30.00 ] -
other compact cars bog down.
2 bedrooms, sleeping porch, fire. per month.. Capitol Motel, Ko- .. ... :-'if.;,

place, partly furnished., Will sell, rona. Phone ID 73649. ...,a.. .......":'-:,...'" .' t-- "" 4., '-..'1'. .'.

as is or finish repairs. 1 block 12-10-tf '..:-::' ::::i::: ( ,.'-' : :.
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from ocean. ,Make offer. Owner .1.. .... -.. -----1 I ;:" :
FOR SENT2_ bedroom unfurnished I ,',. .. .. .. .i- ,
Wm. T.; Lloyd. 3-10-ltp II i house with garage. Call :.- .. ':;.:;(G:: FOUR-WHEEL INDEPENDENT SUS-
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..: : ::.: ::- ..: PENSION-Each wheel "walks" independently i. '

FIX IT SHOP-Central Ave. HE 9-2318, or See E.. J. Chaffee. ....-;::.: ::...,- """ ,' "
i over bumps and how
' Flagler Beach. Buy, sell, repairall I 3-3-tf ':' ,
'makes and models small ': AIR COOLING-You never have to buy that smooths the ridelcorvalr,) :. :4.;:

AVAILABLE ONCE Rawleigh antifreeze- or repair radiator. And S /
'ho h I:appliances.. Also small :. : BY .
' 't carpentry jobs, repair, all 'work business in .Flagler ,Co. Good '- I air can't boil over, ever. CHEVROLET Y3.urt r.

'"., guaranteed,';fcharles E. Jennings. opportunity. Trade well est bl. : l s :... f t

'. ; lished. Experience helpful but .
.March 10-17-2tp ..' ,
not necessary. see.Mrs. Ed Noles, ,; p. .;.'.' .

405'Whitney St., St. Augustine, .
:$$NEED 'MONEY .-..,,1.
or write at once. Rawleigh'sDept ,"t >
Become an AVON Representa :<. ,
tive. Pleasant work and hours FAB-360-102, Memphis,
to suit your household schedule. '
Write box 246. Lockhart. Fla. Tenn. .ft
Manager: will come .to your Feb 25 & Mar. a12tp
home. -
FOR SALE-Three ideal lots on of. ;
SEPTIC TANK-cleaning' reason. 'North Moore St. close. to. school, <;- ". ""
';able rates. George Jarosz, Phone paved street in town, needs no t
fi> 73410. 'U-l9-5.12-tc filling. Rea dy to build on. Coy .l .

S.YOUR: BEST BUY : ,G. Harris.- .. -- 1-21-tf"- '

Kew: :,2-be4room home on 80x115it i WANTEDOO New Gas .Cu.

water-front) lot on Lantana.A toners immediately. HARRIS ,;

*.,;, 'Venice' Park_ Subdivision. BOTTLE GAS COMPANY, Phone 14-S S ... '. -.
:Ifedem'.-.all. electric kitchen, ED'7-3551: BtinnelL 1-21-tf 6itvalr 700 4 Deer Sew ;?. t':

Florida worn, 1% bath, utility '
,ieraeza floor, central heat,, JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER ; Jt.
\garage .
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r' AND BEACH, !REALTY CO. : :' : Orearo&t diiJler : :
Drive U-ti's/rm4astPd Seeyear leeel.aathorud. for fad aLWUUedeals.. : .
-3:, ,. home, ,1. year old, 2- LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, ; :
all electric kitchen FRONT FARMS ,
.1Nith. WAT R '
; a rfom, utility room and ACREAGESee f. .

I __ :;:'For, 'more information oalate week -it: J '
F .. ;a* fa.* yoorveal ,
ect3oeal. builder :E Huber. HAI1-TUML1N CHEVROLET COMPANY :
: HMMM HE 9-3942
Office ; ,
b ... Flagl6' Beach",' tel. ;I. .:JI .I.Uiecr, ID 7-3ttl '. 'f- : .. '' ";r--. .' -

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