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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 17, 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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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t... -VOLUME, 'NO. 10 BUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1960 $2:!iO.A YEAR j

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r Service Officer PLAY BALL! I Tri-Hi-YTrip Fifteen Candidates In


Soon To Be HeardThose .
To TallahasseeBy *
On Full: Tine l
who are interested in .
I
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playing softball' this season are I, Betty Jo Bevels Race For Six Offices

After April 1 1f. invited to attend;a meeting on I: This time last week: delegates I! '

Thursday, March 31, at the Bun front all over the' State of FlorIda -!
:
nell Community Building, Wil- were preparing to attend the i Tuesday noon-the deadline for candidates to qualifyfor
f. The between the II
controversy fred E. Hunter said today. State Tri-Hi-Y. ,Youth Legisla .
: board of county commissioners, : county offices-found 15' meeting the deadline and
Also those who are Interestedin I ture.
:' veteran groups and, .Raymond managing teams and spons- Representing ,-' the Bunnell beginning the race for vote counting in the first primary

": Smith, county service officer, oring teams are' urged to at I'clubs were Arthur Carle, Nancy Tuesday, May 3rd. -,

was ended Tuesday morning tend the meeting-he said. Brannam, Faye, 'Bass, Betty Jo Candidates entering the races

,- but not side.wholly satisfactory to .I i Revels, and Mrs.:Alma Sheffield Flagler Beach are: .

-either i going along as chaperone... Sheriff: Homer Brooks who has

if:: After further discussion from I I The purpose of .this legislature held the office the past four

board members and .individuals Daniel Zoiler 1 i is to introduce the youth of Florida CommissinerSMeeting.Tonight years, and P.A. (Zip) Edmonson -

o of a delegation, Commissioner} to the types of government who ran unsuccessfully for
I r
I' Alfred Tucker:moved that Smith Flagler Beach and its procedures. The delegates I the office four years ago.
; I :
be placed on full time at $300 ,. form in the House of Representatives I[ County Judge: Duane A. Deen,

f" per month begining April 1, and I or the Senate. This Results of the recent straw in office since 1956, and T. K. :

k .\ -to again assume duties as civil Passes( AwayDaniel I year we had delegates in both ballot concerning the marshland (Buddy) McKnlght, former sher- !

1 :defense director. Comissionen the House and i in the Senate. development which was iff and who was unsuccessful -
t' Tucker, Jack Clegg and C.H.. Zoller of Flagler Beach, I' conducted by the Citizens Committee !
Betty Jo Revels served as Chap- I the county judge's place in 1956. '
: Cowart voted yes; Commissioner passed away Saturday night at : I will be presented to the 'I
\-L Clinic lain of the Senate. Arthur Carle I Clerk Circuit Court: Ralph E. .
::>: 12.A. Hunter voted no, but he the Flagler. and Hospitalat i served in the Senate and Nancy I Flagler Beach. commissionersand Harbert. He has been clerk of I

<', had said during discussion he Bunnell.He i Brannam and Faye Bass servedin the mayor tonight (Thursday circuit court and clerk to the

thought Smith should receive f was a native of Pittsburg, the House. The officers of the ), a committee spokesmansaid board of county commissioners
Pa., and had resided at Flagler
more salary but did not state I, Senate and its members were today.The about 12 years is opposed by
for the 10
Beach past years. He
a figure. : in of the Justices I II r town commissioners will
I sworn by one two candidates. They are T.
Smith began as service officer was a retired telephone company I r meet tonight at 7:30 in the
was i of the Supreme; Court. I t Shelton Brooks and Lamar Har
sere about :14 years ago at I employee and a pioneer ini Governor Collins addressedthe I I town hall. Copies will be givento rise

;$220 month,later he was raisedto I i telephone work for 37 years, re- I entire Youth Legislature each commissioner, the mayor Supt. .of Public Instruction:

$250 and when he took on tiring in 1949. He was a memberof I Friday.morning.Saturday afternoon and city clerk, it was stated. Z.D. Holland, elected in 1956 for
the ,civil defense he was the Telephone>Pioneers, Pitts- Results of the fol-
post they wereaddressed by pollwere as this of
I term and served part a
raised to month. 'His if- burg Chapter 13, and also wasa lows 360
$300 a the Youth Governor, Mike questionnaires were term until called in the armyin
; fice expense is paid and when member of the Eagles Lodge, mailed to freeholders. Fourteenwere
I Woods, who was from Orlando. World War II is oposed by
,. he makes trips on official business Pittsburgh. Arthur Carle was the sponsorof returned by the postal au- Omar' H. Ergle Jr., vocational

,i,. 'of the office .they are paid. I He was a member' the Catholic > the HI-Y bill from here. The thorities as not delivered. One teacher in Bunnell High School.
After' the commissioners Church. He_ was 70 years hundred
action 'bill pertained to allowing Doctors seventy-eight persons Three county commissionerterms
,. The, ;Tribuae'tasked Smith of.. age. to on individualswithout voted and seven were returned
I operate
Survivors include his widow will expire next January,
L what hf intended to do. He said : unmarked.In .
the consent of their
but in only one district Is therea
'he ,thokghk.he: <.wwald .continue Mrs. Irene Zoller, Flagler Becah; nearest kin. They were in favor Savor of the U.S. DiscountCo.
L" 'Vrtfl.Tiff'arnrfrirr! : and. a sister In law, Mrs. Mary ., .the, marshland contest-the fifth district.ThIsseat'
nmlghiUtf oy developing ,
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.. : at.giving 4.a octothejfuUright .
*."jkE5lR'f| tf f : has A.
MaddaMo J.9cm gl& ', becjj.'fhejdvby
I
... e.C i ,....-, QItfo.n.. to tlo what he saw 'flt to*do, ffl l437 Fourteen ;onfiose voting Hunter for more than X20
The commissioners also dls-: The Rosary was said iJeaCh.1. opposed the 'development years
case of an emergency: This was and who declined to seek the of-
evening at 8 o'clock
1 -cussed. the feasibility of buying the first bill in the Senate. After
I fice this Three three
: Chapel of the Craig Funeral year. con
welding machine. They :also
.a amended both in the Sen-
Home ot Bunnell 201 E.. I being testing for the place -are Otis
MoodyBoulevard.
accepted the bid of Harris .Bottle -
.. ate and in the ,House, the bill Mobile
Telephone Hunter L.
Lyman and
,': Gas Co. of Bunnell to furnish Funeral services were Youth Governor. Gage
was sent to the Hoke Cobb.
held Wednesday morning at ten
,. : a refrigerator and stove and :
the o'clock from St. Stephens Catholic Here it was vetoed. Nevertheless Service Includes One of the oddities of"the
gas for new county prison
it the first to get
was
Church of Bunnell with present campaign is to see three
building now nearing comple
passed in the House and in the
tion. Father Larkin officiating. InterI men seeking the constable po-
: BunnellBuck
I,' .oT I ment followed at Hope Ceme- Senate. sition in this district. They are
f- I The group found' Tallahasseea Wilfred Hunter
Bunnell police
tery. .
Moore, District Manager,
this
-" .Southern Bell Soon Pallbearers were Andrew Nagy, most exciting place at of Southern Bell Telephone Co., chief, Odell Hersey and Carl
time of Not only: in the
I year. Bratcher.
; Silvio Felice, Paul Stanish, C. F.!' today announced telephone serv
f." Will Eliminate Last Charon Bradford Bowen, Reid Legislature but several of the ice for cars and trucks will be County officers who will be
Governor of the
j! candidates for
nominated
Moyer, Adam Zahn, and Ray available in Daytona Beach I without oppositionare
State of Florida had begun to
= Hello Girl Webb. 1 next month and the scope of D.D. Moody, tax assessor;
Exchange
j 1J I
1I J set up their headquarters. Also service will include Bunnell, I J, F. Mercer, tax collector; County
witnessed the sit-down
the
I I
"Number, Please," the famll- group DeLand and New Smyrna Beach. Commissioners John A. CleggIn
iar pharase to millions, is rapidly R!strikes which went on there last I Mobile service customers in Bun District 1 and C. H. CowartIn

going out of existence in Lost Gun And : Saturday. The Associated and the Press; nell will be able to make local District 3; also ,
office .
was open mem
I School
Florida's Southern Bell offices I al calls in the Daytona Beach area Board Members Ray-
bers of the legislature were
as plans to convert Florida's last I :as well as long distance callsto mon Tucker of District 2, and
the bul
lowed to watch as news
manual telephone system to dial Old HuntingjLicense any other wire telephone Harold Emery in District 4. The
letins and pictures were sent all
operation were announced this x the within the scan f. the service. I I Judge of the Small Claims Court,
the state following
over
month. When the Lake City con Any telephone user may call a Charles Tonkin, Mrs. Gladys

version is completed in July of FoundSome near-riot. returned mobile unit by contacting the Deen, supervisor of registration

1961, Florida's Bell System, 'territory afternoon The group, feeling that Sunday all the Daytona Beach mobile service and R.A. Powell, peace justice,

will be one hundred percent time during 1936 Henry this operator or one car may call also are without opposition.
work put into program,
dial. Wells had a Browning Auto- Flagler county representativeIn
: another in the same manner.
which is sponsored by the
Lake million dollar matic shogun stolen from his Additional facilities can be the legislature W.L. Wads-
City's ,.new YMCA, is very interesting and pro
telephone" : building will home on his Haw Creek farm. helpful. The more we learn vided to allow the mobile tele worth is without opposition.State .

house not, ;ogy local dialingequipmentbutalso About a year and half ago a about the way our government phone user service in other; St. Augustine Senator Verle A. Pope of
will include I cities in the state or country.All who repreSentsFlagler'
Negro man shot and 'killed another works the more capable we will '
direct distance,,dialing facilities tests will be completedby and St. Johns Counties,
Negro man in the Haw be of serving and supporting' It. had
for the Lake, City subscribers. Creek Section of, the county.I March 31, 1960 and the new an opponent, Dave Huff
but he has
Havana,.Florida, the ,other remaining Officers seized the gun and it service will be available for withdrawn from the
Letter-To The EditorAs race. Therefore Pope will be au
manual
public use approximately April
telephone sys-
.has been kept since in the sheriffs i tomatically
tem, ,is being' changed to dial in! office here. i Commander of V.F.W. '16, 1960. 't nominated.

October of 1960. Therefore, Lake .Last.week: Deputy Sheriff Walter .I Post 5213 I would 'like to state Monthly charge for the, new;

City becomes..the last step'in a Eh rliaidbi'ge.rrd. cleaning that we are not seeking a candidate service Is $22 a month includ Small maims.Court

multimillion dollar program and.oiling! the guns'in the. office,; participating in a political ing 20 local calls and mainten .

which;began with the invention and when he removed the field, or backing any can ance. There is also a chargeof Following are the Small

.ofthe, :dial.system in 1880. FlorIda shoulder plate of the stock of the didate in the coming elections.The $25 to install the unit in the Claims Court Cases which /were

in July of 1961, will be; the Browning' Automatic he found post is not responsible for subscribers vehicle. The tele disposed of at-Tuesday after-

first state in Southern Bell's the 1935-46: hunting license of any individual actions in this phone company sales depart- noon session:

nine-state territory to offer, ev. Henry Wells. ; ment in Daytona Beach (CL Flagler Beach Hardware vs

ery subscriber' .,.local dialing* The license was 'Issued on De! line.Wilfred Hunter, Commander 2-9066) is taking orders now for Upson Builders Z 2913. Case

As in the case of all installation ember 2, 1995 from the officeof : this service and installations continued to April 5.Plagler .

oC'cHa equipment by the I the, then County Judge 'H.A.Eisenbacii .' Legion To Meet are being made in customer Beach Hardware vs

company, ,no' ;regular employee and was+ .signed by] owned vehicles. Dolan Brock $12.66, Case con

will, lose ,a.'Job .when Lake':City I Lucille Whitaker Flagler, Post 115: American I The transmitter located on tinued to .April 5.

dial operated. A: Ire'_number Legion will meet'at.elght: o'clock Tonioka Road West of Ormond Flagler Beach Hardware vs

ot. employee,w M *tU be 'needed Mr..Wells.said be' always carried i Monday evening the Bunnell I Beach will be the connecting John Wood. $21.36. Judgment

-to operaff tafrtfaMfon, long his hunting license, in the:, Community Center. All members link between the mobile service rendered In favor of Plaintiff. .

dice' and'!*'fe. -4l:faje'AU&oards "I stock of.. Ids'.,gun so he we M: are uiged'to attend this meeting ttenter'In Daytona Beach and Hall. Service.Station vs* Red

alt at wWck- ',.. lie jmve to'fcawe the linmnu with:I Amt Raymond' .Smith I mefeite. units operating within Osborn 1927. JudgmentSend-

::1te,'T+ ially opld a : '. .) .him:'white)',huatta* aaW may.xz .. the mobile service area. ered in favor f.p a1nUff...>

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::<. ...:: '.-J." .: .. '\. .' .'..CAGE* TWO_, __ ;"-':,0 < :,,i.1, F- ::THE.., FLAGLERTRIBUNE, BUNNELL, I'l.ORIDAi? ,; Thursday,.- March: ."| ;7,' I960

f 5'l: : ::; -' : ,.,,!, 'THe Battle of, -T'-7.,That we citizens-'" get: to' in the- accomplishment'- : of these T_ of;Flagler BeachJ.
I' II
\'r:: 4i .'r .'" -Pest ControlFake gether and Insist that Fjagler Ten (10) commandments of Sincerely,
Beach be a regular hair- 1 --
: ."-; .. :"" The MarshlandsBy given Flagler Beach, Paul Vogel_
.r ::: Trio cut and shave. This in all sincerety and Lone,?Ranger.
'>;A' \ ( Paul "R. Vogel) deepest feeing for all citizens Adv.- .
The climax ,of this battle was 8. Most surely it will follow '"

"*.rsv>'" reached, when the brave warriors that this mentality will bring I ....-......._-_....--.....
3 y. *, Bilks Woman. of this battle, gathered a- about the study by the plan- SEE CYPRESS i -- a;: '

:tJi>i.....'.,_....'.,I round the ballot box last Tues ning board, of a new City Hall 1 O. ALFOHD

5 tf 5c::;r:. State' Board of Health pest day to render their decision. I and Post Office. r' RegisteredReal

iff:'; :,;, ,control officials have joined Jn analyzing the, result, it can 1 9., Florida's greatest industry, .I?GARDENS Estate Broke]

e '., :x with ,Polk>> County sheriffs department be said in a few words, almost! namely' the Tourist industry, wafer sk)snows doily
:' with certainty that the General 1 will move in, Jike they never BunnelL Florida
f to'search
k.-': '<:-.,.. who bilked for a trio of Staff'of the Developers avoideda i did .before, as the result of the ll30 am 109 pra 2JO pm 4.15 pm ',' ...................."'.............................
:.': 1. 'bunco men an aged
had Vogel-Moody: system.
catastrophy, not Major
k' blind woman in ,Lakeland of; ,
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.; Mosby sent his right hand .man 10. And together we could sing ,
... ,', ',,_ glover a thousand dollars after, ..Charles Charon to have I Insured & '
... Captain in .the building of my dreams; INSIRE-Stay Rest Assured
jI.. *' 'spraying her premises for ter-
: candidate withdraw
their third namely a most beautiful recreation -
\ ,:, : : ..'. mites. The men, claimed to represent its forces below the :Mason Dixon building, representing the

c: '"'-, .=;: the Empire Termite. and Line. Had the opposing true spirit of Flagler Beach, to GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM
.: ': Pest Control Company.0 Officials forces adepted a similar strat- the tune: ** -

:: say no such firm. exists in Flor- gedy that is to,say, a two party Harmony hold us together. .1.1I I
, M :' -" Ida. candidate system, the result Harmony does us unite I H. T. COOK AGENCY.
.
.... :- could have been a total route Harmony in good old Flagler ,
';" The Bureau of Etomology of of the Developers.I Harmony does us unite. I Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunpell, Florida I

,-...., ".',' the State Board of Health, myself am perfectly satis- May God.'s blessings be with us
tJ: ., which enforces the provisions of fied, with the results of the election -
,' the state structural control for I don't believe that the
pest
'" victor should get all the spoils.II
act, identified the men sought
The fact that I at the election
spoke
r .1 AREA I
_ as Marion H. 'Richardson, Ralph BUSINESS DIRECTORY I
; rally of 'Miss Mosby: as a
': :: ; :' Richardson and- Goff H. Harrison. former ,beauty queen, was in-
: .: : Their and descriptions .
ages tended to give :Mr. Mosby a lit- I I mnn- .it- I
.' ....' ;;'. ':' were not given. Investi- tle more strength. I did not AUTO BODY
.. MILLAND HOTEL BAR FUEL OILKING'S
: -: "': gating officers said the three agree with Mr. Norcross' tacticsin

,. s had offered to rid the. woman's trying to learn more, about ODELL HERSEY'S Come And Visit TRUCK STOP

'ir.' .. ._ premises of termites for nine the background of ,Mr. Moyer. PAINT & BODY SHOP AL AND ELLIEAT PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS

dollars, and ,then' presented, a Let us remember, honesty always Complete Collision Service THEIR NEW BAR Delivery in the County on

bill for over slc hundred. Later defeats dishonesty. 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE "You'll Meet Your Friends Here" Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fuel
& Fender Work
Mr. let Body
Heydt go a barrageof
.: they returned and pretended to FLAGLER BEACH
Painting Matching Free Estimatesu. GasolineU.
that did
damagingwords not
had'rea 1 So. OF BUNNELL
the check
: tear they
up help his cause at all, and itsa Days ID 7-33n-Nlte ID 7-3267 1 N. Bunnell ID 7-3676
r- ceived, asking for one around good thing that tyr. Heydt The Coolest Spot for the Coolest

.' ,four hundred in exchange. They got only 30 votes instead of 60, AUTO SERVICEMcDANIEL'S Draft BeerSANDPIPER FURNITURE
., cashed both checks and disap for in that case it would have BAR

; I peared. robbed us of victory, rememberMr. i GIFTS.LUNCHESOn REED'S
; the Ocean Side of AlA 3 Miles
Heydt its not what you. say, Service Station North of Flagler Pier ,Discount Furniture
State Officer Wilson T.
Health
but how you say It. Keep Cool at George & Millie's"PHONE I UP TO 50% DISCOUNT
Sowder said that other instances STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
.__ Many people wanted to know HE 9-2156 On Furniture and-
of fake operations in the pest what I meant_ by the Moody Tires Batteries-Minor Repairs I I i Appliances
New and Used
control field had recently come system. Well what is known as
.. -'I to his attention. He warned the the Moody system is, that we Bunnell ID 7.7119 BUILDING SUPPLIES I"1100 Flomich Are.-Holly Hill

public to beware of these operators follow the pattern set by Mr. Biddle Gulf Service WICKLINE ., i FLOOR COVERING
o < and insist on doing Moody in Venice- Park, whichis

business only with licensed op Canals, Septic Tanks, but no GAS-pIL-LUBRlCATrON Building Supplies I Tilecraft Company
sewers. And now your Lone .
GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen
erators. Such operators carryon CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS YOU"
Ranger comes along and wishesto "LET US FLOOR
I their trucks the letters "SPC" incoperate into ,this system, 7 A.1L-10 .P.M.-7 Days "STEEL Armstrong & ikentile

followed by the certificate, num. as far 'as the"Mars) land is con State Lambert: US 1-ID. 7-7190 Flagler Beach ., HE 9-2254, All oJd. : anti Installed ..
ber of tie :joperator. The employees cerned, theiio.c. 11 d Vogel system -; : Work Gu anteed

vof the business carry which is about as follows Colonial Service StationEARL Ormond Beach --. OR 7-3181
.
issued 1. That the questionable con- CLEANERS
identification cards, by E RICE ProprietorGASOILLUB1tICATI0
the State Board of Health and tract held by the developers, 1 GARDEN SHOP

bearing their ;own photographs. should be voided and this prop MOTOR TUNE-UP: .BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY Gray's Garden Center

Automobiles 'used for soliciting erty,declared as that of Flagler GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES CLEANING Headquarter for Gardening Need

business'- the SPC number Beach, Florida, U. S. A. U.s. HIWAY 1 BUNNELJ SERVICE Ceramics Gifts. Dry Arrangement
carry 2., A New corporation to be or- :Materials

on a tag.,on the' front bumper, ganized, whereby anybody can Hall's Atlantic Station Open Dally 8. to 8 Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers

he said.: \- .. buy stock as, low as $100 per Jack Hall, Proprietor Phone ,ID 7-3188 TORO LAWN MOWERS
'J share, with the provision how 147 Tomoka, Avenue-Ph. OR 7-0511
115 tt. St. Bunnell
Bay -
::" .O' Dr; Sowder added further that ever that said stock certificateof GASOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccessories onaioyp

t in a few weeks operators of '$100.00 per share can be usedas CONCRETE PRODUCTS HARDWARE

firms doing outdoor spraying of a down payment on any lot ROAD SERVICE
Bunnell Farmers Co.
lawns and shrubbery will be under you choose tQ buy. In this man BUNNELL, TeL ID 7-3652 Supply
Your "Q" For ConcreteDial DEERE
similar state controls, and ner a tremendous good will for Agricultural JOHN&Industrial equipment
strongly urged the public not this new development would be I J. L. Presswood Garage CL 3.8113 STEEL '

only to do business only with rendered and everybody would I STANDARD PRODUCTS Bars & Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled
... become a Booster and not a ,General Repairing-Road Service. DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's Black&Galvanized l lpe. & Fittings
certificated firms, but to report ,
Tire, Tube & AccessoriesVisit LAWN MOWER REPAIRSDEEN"
solicitation of business by Knocker. Our Grocery Department
any Concrete Inc.
3. Furthermore only a portionof For Frozen Foods and Staples RD. Phone I 73143
outlaw groups promptly to the Cubed lee
,the Marshland should be
police,.sheriff or health department sold at a time,"until the Town HE 9-2139 FLAGLER BEACHSullivan's Village. Hardware Center

feels safe what-to do' with the Gulf Service DRUG STORES HOUSE PAINTS

rest. Match and mix any color
,
troubled Water system GULF Anderson Drug Store
-. ; J RCA VICTOR 4. Our Builder's Supplies Kitchenware I
should ,be given priority, before. GA80ILSLUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSO *- Plescrlptions' "
LIVING COLOR TV
; ES GIFTS GREETING CARDS
we. can talk sewers. 'I Beach Information -. Sick Room Supplies
"LOOK I 7 .. !
FOR
THE I'ICTORE AlA Ormond Beach CL 20420BOTTLE
IN THE 'WIN noW" 5; Water, Water, Water, yes: "Specializing Clean Rest In Rooms"Service and "'Sundries )':

Southern Radio &; Television give us plenty of good water,! In The Heart of Flagler Beach GASHARRIS
\ 226 E. Granada ORMONDREFINANCE -Ph. OR 7-2001- is the cry of Flagler Beach. All BUNNELL

DoCtors advise us to drink plenty AUTO REPAIRS BOTTLE GAS
of' good water: Moody's Pharmacy BOTTLE or BULK

YOUR DEBTS 6. We must'appeal to the Gov- Shield: Service Station Flagler County's Corner Drug Store FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY

With a' Long Term ernment of our country to helpus Arcadiua Habel. Mechanic PRESCRIPTIONS HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY
in our "need of water, by DRUGS-SUNDRIES
COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS PHONE ID 7-3551 I
: FEDERAL LAND BANK with them about, the
pleading Overhaul i FOUNTAIN SERVICE
Right Now We'll and Help Flagler County Grow
FARM LOAN unfairness to levy heavy taxes Repair Tour Power MowerNo I BuanelL Flo. Phone ID 7.3661 By Shopping at Home j
/ and whiskey when on
on beer Job Too Big Or Too Small I
\ -t. ,R. W..BRYANProduction the other hand we can prove 111 No. Bay SU BunneUEDGAR'S ORMOND PRESCRIPTION J RADIO TELEVISION
\ water is not fit to !
Credit AS&B. that our city
GARAGE PHARMACY
Wedaesday.loOOPALATKL drink, and thereby force manyof I : DON'S RADIO & TV T
: FLORIDA I our citizens like myself to 24-Hour Towing Service Sick Room Supplies Sundries24Heur
: Prescription Service Zenith Sales and Service :
.drink beer. COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS
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Automatic Transmission Service I I Free ,Delivery in Flagler Beach "We Sell the Best ;
Wheel Balancing-Front End Rt. AlA 1 mi. North of and Service the Rest" .
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;',' COPELAND'S HOT OR MILD 1! LB. ROLL ONE WITH 5.00 FOOD ORDER -., A<'--, '

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PAGEFOUR"r, :_ ,e.. .. < __ .>t-THE5FLAGLER TRIBUNE. .BUNNELL,.,.FLORID A ,.- a"-,:>a-', :-' Thursday, March,' Lf7.,; 196O, ,.
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t 1 Mr. and :Mrs. 'Robert Nolan Visiting here Wednesday with

Jfagfe Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Strauser, and family from Seville spent I I Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Wingrovewere ,
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: : : Jr., of Jacksonville are receiving Sunday at their place here. Mr. and Mrs. Charles<< Brewer '!
: congratulations on the birth of of Williamsport, Pa. who were-
a daughter Wednesday, March Rev. Reynold'Hoover said the on a tour of Florida.FRED .
: :' { LUNA' BABBITT: 9th, in St. Vincent's Hospital in topic of his sermon Sunday ...... "t
:. ; < ..:. ;, Telephone HEmlock: 9-2098 yFLAGLER Jacksonville. Her weight was morning will be "Blessed Are i
The Peacemakers." The morning A.
seven pounds and ounces
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A worship be in the
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.,: '. 'WOMAN'S CLUB I,STORK SHOWER, ; '' and. she was named Teresa the-little Karen Woman's Club building at 10:30 JEWELER S.-I.
Mrs. Strauser and
A business meeting of the :Mrs. Aubrey Spivey was, honored girl returned to their home Sun- and Sunday school will followat DIAMONDS-
Friday evening with
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Womans! Club 11:30.
Flagler was held
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' surprise stork shower at the day from the hospital. ._._..._ ..
!: last Wednesday afternoon at the Maternal ": .J'.v
home of Mrs. grandparents are
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club house with Mrs. Reynold Mr. Thiel, .
and Mrs.
I hostesses, were Airs. Camille Earl paternal -
.f. Hoover presiding. The attend- Eberley, and Mrs. Gene Spivey.On grandparents are Mr. and i For Comfy Commissioner District No.5'
25 members and
,ance was two I arrival the Mrs. Cletus Strauser, all ;
honoree
:. new ones accepted ,for membership was '
dents of Flagler Beach. resi-I
with VOTE FOR
: were Mrs. Harry 'Treadwell presented a .corsage which I
Mrs.
was made with Strauser and Mrs.
and Mrs Dorothy Homans. and ribbons and a after baby several rattle have made several trips to Jack- L 1M All L. GAGE '
Hostesses were Mrs. Isla Kes- sonville during the week. tq:visit ... .
: ter, Mrs. Grace. Clay and Mrs. appropriate games were played, '. ,' .
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she also .- I shall vote'and !
Mamie Gilmore. They made the was presented with ;" '; appreciate your support'in:,the
i background into a spring garden numerous gifts. Prizes were given May 3rd Primary. I IBIf

::;., by profusely decoratingwith to Mrs. Juanita.Hawood, Mrs. AlA COTTAGE SOLD I: elected I pledge an honest and ef ic! ad- 1
many floral arrangements. Vern Barker, Betsy Spivey, Warden ministration.Pol. .
i I Spivey and Cam Eberle. Mr. and Mrs. George Nicholson -
They covered the serving table
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II The cake which from'Br N.C., Adv. Pro By Lyman L. Gage ".
,: with an orchid organdy cover I I centered the vard spent .............. .... ...... ...... ..........
this serving table was decorated in their vacation here last week in I.. .-.................J'.......J'. ..............a....,.......-. I
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roses \ was served cottage 7he on
sandwiches, tea cakes and cof ..
with coffee. Others North AlA. wIth them -
present were Visiting
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r; Judy Clark, Mrs. Betty Migrant, were Mr. and Mrs. Chic Me- CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
the business of
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; ; the meeting, plans were made J'I and Mrs. Betty Uttlefield.Mr. Cracken from Ashville, N.C., Mr. :
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' and Mrs. Robert B. Vini- dren, Sammy and Pat, from Bre. "
nell on March -16, 17, and 18. JOHN HARDIN. Associate ,
,, combe of Niagara Falls, N. Y., vard. ;,
' Mrs. Charles Charon, chairmanof '.
are spending their vacation here Mr. and Mrs. McCracken purchased AIRCONDITIONED OXYGEN;"
the rummage sales, requested LADY .
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at the AlA Motet: They the from the
it that the donations be priced are ac cottage I I EQUIPPED ,
and delivered to her before the companied by Mrs. Vinnicombe's Nicholsons during the week and CHAPEL- ATTENDANT AMBULANCES i
mother, Mrs. Anna Maday. will take over the property on .-.V.:
f. ,16th so'that she can carry them
f, ., to Mrs. W.R. Bass'place in Bun- i The Vinicombes ,own propertyin April 1st. All three familiesleft Phone ID 7-3532 :
--- 'I Flagler Beach and spend their Tuesday morning for their I.
nell 'where they are to be sold. 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELLcTLORIDAMoney
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vacation here each
I homes in North Carolina.
y- .. A potluck supper and social I __ -_year. ___t_ .-- ---- II
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f' families house. Mrs.and friends Marie, Knosko at the club is II -- Saving Food Values j ji i

t' hostess for the occasion. Included -
on the program will be the 5 LB. BOX SWIFT'S' 24 oz. CAN ;

!(_ showing Art" and of speaker slides on for"American the evening )
$129 BEEF STEW 2
\ will be Dr. E. Lester Stan-I CHICKEN PARTS for 89

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\ CHURCH COMMUNITY NOTES' MEMORIAL. .I 59" OLE02 25 .

Rev. R.W. .Dickert, will continue Chops for
his series of messages on I
"Abundant Provisions for Abundant -
Living" next Sunday,
March 20,, atC the 11 A.M. worship IN THE PIECEBOLOGNA SWIFTS 24 OZ. CAN :
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service Sunday 'school is

:. 'held,A at meeting iO A.M.of each the Sunday.Woman's! 3 lbs 00 Spaghetti & Meat Balls .

Guild of the Community :Memorial 'j: $1' '
held'' last
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S_ Thursday and Mrs. R.at W.' the Dickert home in of Day.Rev.I!! Wieners 3bll; ( 3 ,toy $100 : j I

J tona Beach. Mrs. L. Tidwell pre
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& Plans were completed for a 5 LB. BUCKET RED & WHITE 12 OZ. JAR I
: -. bake sale to be held on March


.,. '. office supper 19th by and was the also.Flagler planned a covered Beach for April dish post 1 I! CHITTERLINGS $1" Peanut Butter 3'0. $100

.\ 7th at the church. Rev. and :Mrs.
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INSTANT MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
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.' : day leave here from the Marine 51.51$ jar
.;,j Corps before reporting in Los PORK KIDNEYS
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': +/ assignment. of duty.
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:''&i Irp-mSt..Petersburg, Fla., were -, SWEET j
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if it<::-.'t.-''.,' s Harmon. Win- pr rove.:: 'I Steak I i). 89< Potatoes tJk1i= ,;' 1 1O .

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fit 17 q .. r.i. ;-- .B. 'ice,IIAVO'I' March I ... Money Saving 'Values We.Have To OfferRodgerette .' %.*-"**j F? I

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t'-: : Mr.-and Mrs. ;Homer Miller of I I I -e---- .*
: i. sales on Saturday, March -19, Anderson's Drug Store, "
Beach visited
here
,' : i Daytona are Malphurs Restaurant, Bun- The Dixiana Restaurant will
fo; -Monday with friends. '
nell Restaurant, Kings Truck donate their coffee sales on
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, ,' J' Mr and Mrs. Dave Cowan and Stop Mood/s Pharmacy, and ,, March 21 to the Band Fund.
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.' LOCAL t children of Orlando visited here I
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.t<_, j i Mr. and Mrs, Cordell Robertsonand
PERCE STRINGS
other members of the fame
Ii'V.' F. W. Auxiliary CYNTHIA ANN COOK ily.
iDunr.l /THAT&I THERE*A B6 OFFERCNCE
'-s, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cook of we FOUND I ft"TWEEN TM1!
t:"': > Meets Thursday' -, Paducah, Ky., announce the ar- CARD OF THANKS ( ?POCKETBOOK, \ Two EXACTLY BUCKS/f-J o-rHal SERVICE PLACES VOO
't'. .: Evening rival of a daughter, born March Words cannot 4 adequately express -t' BUT HAD YOU BETWEEN CLAIMED PT WONOERFUI.vrx.na+ e SSR'" ncE

f?- Two new members. of -.the' v.1 1L She has been* given the J our deep appreciation forth HUNPPED NINETY AND OCULARSiwrr.ONE / FLAGLER.

, : t I name of Cynthia Ann. She Is many kind and sympathetic HARDWAREFrank
k" '. F.V.. Auxiliary to'_Post 5213;!! I
were welcomed at their .meeting the granddaughter of Mr. and J.acts. that came to us at the
Mrs. Robert Cook of Bunnell. time of our recent bereavement.
&:.. Thursday evening. They were
t:;. Mrs. Alice Johnston and :Mrs. Sincerely,
..."' Jean' Wade. i I I RANDAL CLYDE DYKATRA I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Burrell. j I
Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Dykatra
Election of oficers will beheld
at the;, ,ext, meeting which II I I are the parents of a son, born CARD OF THANKS -

,'' will be on March 24 at eight March 14, at the Flagler Clinic The kindness and sympathyof

,A. o'clock for the Bunnell Community and Hospital. Heweighed six neighbors and friends in our
Building, Auxiliary Secretary pounds and eight ounces and recent bereavement will always

1 .: ..... Joan Crews said. Delegates has been given the name of remain: with us a precious mem- & Glad's Shoe Repair

'1 to the. District Conven- Randal Clyde. ory. Our sincere thanks arid ,
' tion wil also be named at this I .gratitude for the beautiful service {
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meeting. j i Among.those. who were here the floral offerings and the '

'I' : Plans to hold a 'tea for Gold Wednesday for the Earl Moody many other kindnesses.
: .1 Star Mothers of the County were I[funeral were: Mrs. Fannie Taylor ".' *L

,;.'.--- discussed and Lois Higgin-- !I' Mrs. Lois Sharp, and Mrs.. D.Robert D. Moody Moody and and family family A much needed Business has been

: botham was named by the Bud Summerall of Baxley, Ga.;
Jennie Black and family
: : :- president, Dorothy Barber, toI I 1'Adolph Deen and John Deen of
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Marie Kane and
family. Bunnell Rt. 11. Save 20
make plans for the tea. Winter Haven; Mrs. Fred Ire opened in on

'.. land of Orlando; and Quinton
{'. Deen of Jacksonville. .
. miles travel each
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MIL CONE INJURED ._ way. .
Coffee Sales To :
WHILE ,ATTENDING '
'I I' Mr. and Mrs. T. K. McKnight : ':'c. i
.: RACES SUNDAY
I I spent Thursday through Sunday Help Band Trip 'cJ;; .
Gales Cone of Holly Hill was I in Selma. Ala., visiting with Pafronize Your Home Town.Shoe
.' seriously injured Sunday afternoon their son and daughter in law, Leading Restaurants and Drug :;.::,
t while attending the motor Stores of Bunnell are donating
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Lt. and Mrs. Charles McKnight. ':'
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& cycle races hi Daytona Beach. their proceeds m coffee sales ., ;. ,
His friend who I to finance. "The !. ,
i accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cook and help Biggest :1 J'I"\U'
him to the races was killed and weekend Little Band in Dixie trip to ,

i; '. still another, spectator was seriously .I I in children Clearwater spent with the past their son in Nassau Mrs. Lola Mae Parker General l Shoe Repairing j
injured, as'a cycle went said today.
law and daughter, Mr. and, Mrs.
out of control. j I I I Those donating their coffee
.' ".' Mr. Cone's wife is, the former!::Harold Gignac and children. '-' . . . . . I

Miss June Chambers of Bunnell.|'I, Mrs. J. C. Hall, Sr., had as her

ft I I'I house guests during the past
;' Susan Deen and Minnie Deere:weekend her sister in law, Mrs.
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Hall is _spending .
Chll-I George who. r:M'MVY, ri::
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MAYONNAISE : : .
,, er3ge INSIST ON AN ELECTRIC RANGE IN YOUR KITCHEN j -
Limit oae quart with $I..OO= I }
You'll spend less time in the kitchen and have more time for other J

.f; Swift 12 oz.PREM Things..when you cook electrically. You'll enjoy the fun of cooking _
without'looking. Simple automatic controls eliminate pot-watching

!tfer7ge prevent scorch, burn and boa-over. And electric cooking is the ;-

safest way,.free of flames aDd fumes for precious peace of mind '

'Valley Hi WHOLE _>- See the sew.models now at your electric appliance dealer. _

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i':':', .. AGE_ SIX._ THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA : Thursday, March Itj! 69"; !

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to subscribe to the principles Communications Commission for. stand *: 1 '
} people firm against those "who 1 IX THE COURT OP THE'C011NTY' I

i endorse. his record in recent months. COI"'l t.
they argue that the._best way to cure FLORIDA.FLAGLER : I.

t ':;l;: "Just last Monday the editorial They said, and I quote from the broadcasting's ills is to impose IN ESTATE THE MATTER OF OF TAET \I

!C endorsed principle to whichI editorial, 'He (Chairman Doefer) (Continued on 7) MUZNEROWSKI.WLADYSLAW also known I i

-;. T heartily subscribe. In this has refused to believe that all page as WALTER MUZNEROWH>. I

'; editorial, while they didn't con- broadcasters should be indicted FREE PAINT i SKI NOTICE 'OF FILING PETITION" _',,,-: !:

r done some of his actions they for the sins of a. ,minority.. He Ope ektr/v I FOIL FINAL DISCHARGE ,2:':<. !
gallon of your choice OF EXECUTOR [
t:' were commending'' Chairman has been one of the few in a with each gallon- you buy A Notice is hereby given that I .i'O:. '

John Doerfer of the Federal I position of high authority to have filed my final returns as "," 1
..; Mary Carter Paint Store executor of the estate of Wladys- v,
law Muznerowaki. also known as '*:-.;'
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i Ormond Beach at Coqulaa Darn waiter Muznerowski deceased: .';j? ,

FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCVIT COURT AUo Weatgmte Shopping Crater that distribution I have and filed for my final petition discharge.for -=7-,

: and that on April 11. 1960, I will 'jt;
apply to the Honorable Duane .*
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at'f,. VOTE FOR YOUR CLOSEST OUTLETFor Deen. County Judge of.Flagler >>:'.

t ..' Quality Furniture County. Florida for approval of '''*
T. Shelton BrooksI said final returns and for ,an or- "*. -,
I A.S. (SydHerlongCongressman "We're Out of the I: der of distribution and for final
'. Hight Rent District"CHRIS'S discharge as Executor of, the will >'
.'" Fifth District ,wish to announce, that I am a candidate for the office of of Wladyslaw Muznerowski also j'>< ,
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FURNITURE known as Walte*> Muznerowski,' de- ?..
I CIRCUIT COURT FOR FLAGLER COUNTYin I eased. _
L-? As both the House and the CLERK .
:, ; 1660 Rldrewood Are. Holly Hill This 3rd day of March A. D. 1960. .a. _
J '*' '. t,', '; Senate are presently engaged in the Democratic Primary on May 3 IS/ JOHN CYZYCKI '' ;
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Executor. '
jp-:' '-" f;' ,debate' on the so-called civil T. SHELTON BROOKS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF March lO-17-.31-4tc .*- .

|Cf": :; : '.rights legislation, I am taking FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA -
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IN CHANCERY NO. 3873 IN' THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ,; ,
i>l. .-, '.:: this opportunity to use as my May I thank you in advance for your vote and support I EVELYN SOELTZ-SZOETS. FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA. -
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IN CHANCERY NO. 3S6O "
***. newsletter for: this week the, text Pol. Adv. Pd. by Lucille Brooks. Treasurer V8. Plaintiff. DOROTHY FRANCES REYNOLDS. 5

$;. ',," ': of a speech I made on the floor I WILLIAM: SOELT -SZOETS. Plaintiff,

;:; of 'the House on this bill: NOTICE TO DEFEND Defendant. DONALD REYNOLDS. .
f THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Defendant.. '.
4"* _: "Mr. Chairman, I don't ,believe I Irjt I William Soeltz-Szoets NOTICE TO DEFEND : '"
Re-Elect Vienna 9Tendiergasee THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: ': ''t
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j would deny that Ink _
anyone 9. Austria Donald Reynolds' '
'?; Washington the loudest voice in I '.' I You are hereby notified that a c/o Mr. and Mrs. Walter :
suit has been filed in Reynolds "
-4- Duane A. Deen against you '
,-' lavor of a so-called 'effective' the above entitled cause; and you 27 Blanche Street _

*: civil rights bill is. that of the \ are hereby required to file your answer Plainview Long Island New.
.T with York '
the
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Clerk of this Court
>r"f -. ." Washington Post which is pub- County' Judge.of Flagler CountyI ;. ",r and to serve a copy thereof upon You are hereby notified that '&
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the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney suit has been flied against you in
/ <- lished by my warm personal whose name and address is: I the above entitled cause; and you
W. Cecil Grant are hereby required to file your answer -
friend and former Floridian
:'" have served as your County Judge and Juvenile 407% Main Street with the Clerk of this Court ;
g' Phil Graham. This newspaper, Daytona Beach. Florida and to serve a copy thereof upon "
not later than April 18th A. D. 1960. the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney _
r..; -?:. as you know, also owns a radio Judge the past :four years and prior to that I was If you fall to do so. decree pro whose name and address Is:

r;! and television statlon.WTOP. As confesso will be entered againstyou Walter A. Shelley _
t' Justice of the Peace for several years. for the relief demanded in the 313 South Palmetto Avenue -
: many of you know, each weekday or.:, ... bill of complaint. The nature of Daytona Beach. Florida ,>'.;- .
.. ": said suit not later than A.D.1960. ., .
being for divorce. April 4th.
z' on radio and TV they read ; DUANE A. DEEN WITNESS my hand and seal of If you fail to do BO. decree pro '.
r: '\. an :editorial giving their views ; said Court this 14th day of MarchA. confesso will be entered againstyou
: D.. 1960.Official for the relief demanded in the
Your Vote'and Support Will Be Appreciated
k'., ,'-on ,some issue that .is in the I '" .. ( Seal) bill of complaint. The nature of '
nevus ,in' Influence I PoL ,Adv.:. Pd. by"Duane A. Deen .:. RALPH E. HARBERT said suit being for divorce. ,
effort to
an I It I Clerk of said Circuit Court I WITNESS my hand and seal of '...'. '
--- iF __ March 17-24-31 & April 74tcIN said Court this 24th day of Feb-
ruary. A. D 1960. ,
( .. ; : :'. ;t\\ TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF (Official Seal) 5 5 ,}?'"
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FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA* RALPH E. HARBERT S i:'-.
... IN CHANCERY NO. 3862 Clerk of said Circuit Court ;
< RAUL M. LOREDO.Plaintlf March 3-10-17-2-4tc i ,. : .i-;'" ,
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Easy Living Within Easy Reach! :
vs. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN \AND'1:
I MARY LOU LOREDO, FOR FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA ::-; -':' '-'
Defendant. IN CHANCERY NO. 3966 :" : "
NOTICE TO DEFEND H. T. COOK and wife. ,'
THC STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: MARGARET M. COOK S '
.;n aaai ;ay .enXM,,;:%,j Mary Lou Loredo Plaintiffs ,
: 135 Wilkes Avenue
Buffalo New York NETTIE RUSK and -S -S
You are hereby notified that a S G. O. RUSK < l L
suit has been filed against you in Defendants ;.;i.ii
the above entitled cause; and you NOTICE TO DEFEND ,''f''r 4 ;;
are hereby required to file your an IN THE NAME OF THE STATE ... .:.. .
sy swer with the Clerk of this Court OF FLORIDA TO: r'f
and to, serve a copy thereof upon Nettie Rusk and O.: O. Rusk if- ,' .",, {-
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney alive and If dead.- Unknown ,-iii
whose name and addess is: heirs, devisees legatees grantees, ,
Adams and Judge creditors or other parties claimIng -
121 Broadway by, through. under or against ,
Daytona Beach Florida Nettie Rusk and G. O. .Rusk deceased .
not later than April 2. A. D. 1960 ; and .
If you fail to do so. decree pro Any and all persons (save and '... i
,y t'fHa' ?K"iC L. >k"ag. a'p confesso will be entered againstyou except- the plaintiffs herein) havIng ,, !
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\: rc, :):. for the relief demanded in the or claiming any right title I
w bill of complaint. The nature of or interest In and to the lands
said suit being for divorce. Involved in thIs' suit and hereinafter "' "
:aa WITNESS my hand and seal of described. y.-1
+:'ttSti, said Court this 25th day of February The respective post office address ;te ,
.':r .4: A, D, 1960. and residence of each of the above --
:
55 % ;8 'Z 1 :: (Official Seal) named parties is unknown. ",
RALPH E. HARBERT You and each of you are hereby
Clerk of said Circuit Court notified that a suit has been
;ctre. 2 March 3.10-17-f-4tc brought against you to quiet title- y I
: i I Itfzj IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF situate in Flagler County. Florida, 1
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FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA to-wit: -.5w -
IN CHANCERY NO. 3946 Lot 12 of Block B of Ocean -
MAGDELENA PAULIN. City according to the plat of .
Plaintiff Ocean City on file in the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit <
JASEPH PHIL LIP PAULIN. Court for Flagler County
Defendant. Florida in Plat Book 1 at .'
NOTICE TO DEFEND page 8. and Lot 13 of Block B
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: of Ocean City according to the
Joseph Phillip Paulin plat of OceanCity on file in
1927 Woodbine Street the office of the Clerk of the .,
Rldgewood. Brooklyn. Circuit Court for Flagler Coun- :....
'. New York' ty. Florida in
e. r 8S Plat Book 1 at
S You are hereby notified thatsuit a page 8. .i
'it -S. has beenfiled against you in in the above styled court by the
the above entitled cause; and you above named plaintiffs and you ",,..;' I
are hereby requiredto file your answer are hereby required to file person- ',
with the Clerk of this Court, ally or by. your attorney with the
and to serve a copy thereof uponthe Clerk of Paid court your answer I
plaintiff 'or plaintiffs attorney or other defensive pleadings to the. "
/i7 : whose name and address is: complaint In said suit and to serve
W. Cecil Grant a copy thereof upon H. T. Cook and
t. 407tt Main Street Matraret M. Cook whose address ,.
.. Daytona Beach.. Florida Is Bunnell. Florida, on or before _
;ji' not later than April 14th A. D. I960, the..4th. day of April 1960 and I
:.. If you fall to do so, decree pro They Flagler Tribune which is a .: .
l confesso will be entered against newspaper meeting the require '.
you for the relief demanded in the menta prescribed by law for such ","t -
i bill of complaint. The nature of purpose is hereby designated as -
said suit being for divorce. the newspaper in which this notice
WITNESS my ;hand and seal of I shall be published once a week for ',,-
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said .Court this 7th day of March four consecutive weeks. Herein '
A. D. 1960.OfClal tan not or Decree Pro Confesso
We ( Seal) will be entered agafdst you
RALPH E. HARBERT WITNESS my hand as Clerk and
Clerk of said Circuit Court the seal of said court this 1st day f-
March 10-17-t.31-4tc. of March. A. D. 1960. i .
Omclal. u.A.n ... .' ,,--
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ] RALPH B. HARBERT -
FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA As Clerk of the above .- .'

r the of MARY IN CHANCERY LOU SINGER NO. 3W' I March styled 3-10-17-24-4tc Court ,,, ., :.::_':''! '..
Enjoy privacy a phone .' Plaintiff :

: ,( JOHN- E.. SINGER. : :{.,


<. } L in your Florida. room :<. : \ THE'.; NOTICE STAT TO OF Defendant.DEFEND FLORIDA. TO: II ,Slje 3TIagIf rkuttrUVmLL "

t John E. Singer PLOIi1D&r
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\ '2 1046 .
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Conner \
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You are hereby notified that .
a
; Relax whfle you talc. For.afterhoarsbusiness : suit has been filed against you in MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor -
'. : ;. ; the above entitled cause; and you ...
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'1.. ; 'weekend are hereby required to file your answer -
: ; ;; .calls. _rwHK&ig up Jt with the Clerk of this Court. De.laJuate.l OfleUl PnbUeatto

I '1.-( }. ., . and to serve a copy thereof upon f.r Pvblle Jll'etle-e.

... foursome. .. friendly. ebate.****.tMpkee yoiA '.. r the whose plaintiff name or and plaintiffs address attorney is: C. aty. MuHielpftUtle.t. Flatter thereinad

f ._ '- < < W. Cecil Grant
in,touch. Qirier=youre,Ltit -. *OT% Main Street. tie State .* Fl.rU. -
,: :' ; < Your choice of Da.'ton"Beach.. Floridanot .-

: .. ees.---......,. several beautifulcolon later than April 5th A.D. 1980.
telephone r-w If you fall to do so decree pro E.tered mm Mr. d class a+tter
,, : eonfesso will be entered against
,J' bill tor the relief demanded in the .February e,1013.at tile .>...t.._... .
Jcl J ,of complaint. The nature of a t''SlaBBfll, Flsrtda. arse.aet'* .'1! .
: t said salt! being for divorce. ,
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"V'r. .WITNESS my hand and seal of Mare l.". "
said Court this 2nd day of .March

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; '.-Thursday --March 17 ;' .- ....>_v 'V THE' TRIBUNE BUNNELL -' ,. .. : : :: ''7,: ,; IliR
1960 FLAGLER
< ,,-FLORIDA : < :- 'C" EfSEyEN.,. ; .i
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,' 'J.. :. 1 I so, when he would. have found pIe of all races and creeds. I usly opposing them when ,they th tld story:|that;|It\:an; de

: -'"; C it so much easier'to agree with "'But we Insist, with the strike home-or could they? pends on whose, ox is ,getting

1 .. (; .' the clamor for a busheful V of Southern Congressmen that .in a I Maybe there, is something to gored?"
'...> 'tl School JVewiby new regulations democracy federal: regulationand t'T.: 1 '
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,' : : -: j by William Neil Eddiager ".now, nat, in my Judgment, censorship are not the waysto .
achieve this end. And we re* : t L : :
Is an excellent endorsement of spect them for their courage in T. The Purple tf Flagler County:

., A happy March 17th to ya 1 a splendid principle, namely,
_mon! It's'Saint Patrick's Day. I that you can't cure ills by a saying so when they would I wish to announce that I am a candidate. for.
it
found so much easier
have
'f ', Now everybody's asking very.f I myriad of Federal laws or regu. i : T
with the clamor CommissionerFROM
for
to agree a I County <
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V body else when Easter comes lations. Let's just take that new .
bushelful of so.called civil .
this year. It comes.,a 'little ,late I I same principle that V they so .
rights laws. DISTRICT '
on April 17. But at school we boldly commend as it applies to "Now, that is the way the.edi- No.v5 '', ; ; ;. '.,
are. already talking about the broadcasters and apply it to the
torial would, read if the same I am a veteran of World War IJ. I :have served '
Easter Parade 'for the 14th. On legislation that is before s.Let's '
': principles which were sought to : as a city, commissioner of Bunnell, and I'feel.th'atI
this
reread editorial with'the "
the night there will be
same aSvomanless"
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> be applied to the of; regula- am fully qualified for the job of County Commissioner. E
V wedding. let with
: / (I'll same principles but .
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; tions imposed on broadcasters '
., '_ you guess,who's going to be the, the subject of this legislation In- _

.. f. ,bride.) serted in lieu. of broadcastersand are sought applied'to be to imposed those which on the are Your vote and support. 'will be greatly appreciated.

,', All the boys In the 5th gradeare ,see what we, have. people;'of the South by this legis- OTIS HUNTER. : ,' .
hats dresses and "The Congressmen from the :
trying on, ,
lation. Surely .principle meansa ..
high heels 'for. the womanless South who are fighting these Pol. Adv. Pd. By Otis HunterSupport
great deal to people who run
Two'new students broad so-called civil rights bills
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wedding. -
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: this newspaper and al of us are
t: Billy and Bobby Rykard, didn't deserve more praise than blame I'I confident that they do not have ."IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! !!1I1I11I1111I111IIIIIIIHlIIIIIIIIHIIIII1I11111111I! !! 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIUlllll llllilllllllillIIIHllllIlliIIiIIIIIIIIIIHiH! !!! _tImIl! r,:.
know what to think when Mrs. for. their activity. They refuseto
such a flexible conscience that
I I
S Morris asked_ them to try on a believe that all white people -
they can embrace a double and Vote
: dress. from the South should be ,
r I standard of principles by en-
;; We are glad, to have Billy and indicted and punished for the n r
dorsing federal regulations when For
rI r Bobby, the Rykard twins. They sins of a minority. They are .'
not affected but vigor-
are
,tY came here from Oak Hill. Their standing firm against those who, they. .
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1 father is going ,to build a Stuck argue that the best way to cure. THE OUTBOARDER OMAR (SMtiy) ERGIE: .

.eys store one, mile south of Ko- ills in the field: of civil rights .

rona. Is to impose much broader fed- I Authorized Evlnrude Dealer .

e All I hear around my houseis eral regulations. They have I BOATS ACCESSORIESREPAIRS; Candidate V

talk of the second grade's warned that such, regulation Dockage ,- Storage Free Ramp

r//% Peter Pan play. It will, be on would be self-defeating and 825 WE FINANCE County Superintendent of Public. 'SchoolsI ,
Ballough RdDaytonaI
the 25th of March. Cynthia Hin- that the best way for the improvement I

main of Peter of evils that may ex-
son has the part
believe that having a Masters Degree in Education, my
Pan with Allen McCraney as ist in some places throughoutour
teacher and record in
experience as a my Flagler County
nation in the area of rightsof
Captain Hook.k -
TV Bob makes me wholly qualified for your Superintendent of
k How did you- like your report minority groups would be I Schools. .
card? Now we have to start through education and 'response
I to work hard, for better school and
pledge a system
working on.the new ,six weeks. to public criticism. I SERVICEall
."WTOP believes that no decent to keep petty politics and cliques out of the schools.

HERLONG Southerner can or will con-- makes This County needs a public relations .man, an educator' ,

done mobs, lynching and people a man of dignity for this office.

'F V SAYS----- taking the law into their own Sales, Tubes and

. '. (Continued from page 6) hands. We support the efforts Antenna Installation Jucator'jPol.
I c4n Educator, (or an jot :
and have been made
that

I,; ; "':"" much has warned broader that regulations.such regulation He- throughout are the South for a better I I PHONE HE 9-2204 I .Adv. Pd:,by Omar (Sonny) Ergle i iI

< understanding between I I
pea-
' would be. self-defeating and I I

ti that the V.:most effective means -. I

"' : for the industry to better its -
f{ performance'is / ., __ .- '.. --,' ,..2 -'. .. :
by self- '
'' .:AIr Cccdd? ftitem entnres, made to order-for alt-matter comfort-. See The Dined Start Ctevy Show la color Sundays.NBe-TV-tbt Pat Boon Chevy Showroom weekly,ASC.NVV.VVJ
; ment and 'response to' public -t 'M0' ". .. .. ..'.' '.' .
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criticism. :
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"WTOP believes that no de-'
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t' cent broadcaster can or will con ,

'" done 'payola, rigged quiz shows '> ::!. \ S V ., .
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support the, effort for improved
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t, :_;.;.. a better appreciation by .broad .' .., >---T'.

11, .' casters of the need to 'serve all .. ::'

segments of American ty. '# >+ L JI .
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"But'we, Insist, with'ChairmanDoefere V.4. ',1"
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',: federal: regulation and censorship 'I k' ,

are not ,the ways achalve ?

ti::, this end. And we respect: Mr. a ern ', .

: Doefer'for his, courage in saying
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il. Manatee ,Springs discharges t 's- = t
fif', 72.000000 gallons of clear cold '. ..y:sty.Ar,.:; },: ::;;C:..:?:.:.:t; K:'; xc+>5:+i ;rvty .i:';:;,r>,..v;:; .;Vt'
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k water a day. If you watch it for "'

one: 'minute 48,631 gallons has -i...
com from ik In V V : V -V 5I \- -
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would fill 869 ordinary bath V _

tubs. You are not allowed to ... ,- t- I :,
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bathe right in the spring but .

the bathing area is right below
: --', OPEN THE ONE-PIECE TAILGATE-SEE THE -
it'in :Manatee Springs State Park, .


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Community ._ b.a''
DIFFERENCE IN..A CHEVY WAGON ,'
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Daytona Ave. .- ;should be-with the widest seating, the choice of engines and transmissions .

: FLAGLER BEACH widest cargo space and the widest choice combinations in all.to give you peak per- ".Z' '

of power teams in the low-price field. formancc with any load of load..Full Cofl

Sunday School 10:00 A.M..Church"Service .. '. Check any of the fire handy, handsome spring that ride right loaded or light- ".

.11:00 ,A.'M.: new models at.your dealer's. You won't no other-wagon near Chevy's price and rrre V

R. Iff.-:, DICKHRT. Pastor> ._ find these versatile advantages in any gentles the bumps with coil springs at four Sec Corvair for the wide,'wide difference :

I EVHRYOXB WELCOIF ,ether wagon near Chevy's size and price! wheels..More road and ramp,clearance in
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V -- .. -. V; a Widest seating, front and rear-up toyou can tale frill loads over bumps and Corvair :;

afuU 3J inches wider in front, up to 4J2ineketmtherear. without scraping bumpers. Truly Every gives you afolddown rear -
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..Widest cargo area-the practical 9 paseengty.model-with roomy seat for extra storage space-at not a y ,. .

a; <;FOR lei plesform's a whopping Safest wide, rjear-facing+ third seat penny extra. And this w only one of *' I"t,

dmgned for a wider variety of cargo. 'imtelectric.- roll-down EJiFf, 74o1 T many advantages ymfl find in no other: : '
SHELL FILLY &"SAND ; Widest area between wheel housings rear window. compact car in the land '
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; difference in summer's favor. I i year. Commercial banks accounted -
'
Economy of INDIAN MOUNDS I, ART FOR ART'S5 i SAKEIn i
All areas showed improvement for 7 per cent or $122- I !I ", =.,t I
over 1957 with one exception 153,000, a gain of 11 per cent. Mounds built by American the 'art colony of ,Carmel, \

State Shows' where transferral of military I Insurance companies 1 p a n'e d Indians as tombs for their dead Calif., the flavor of the past has ,

personnel temporarily divertedthe $59,839,000, vitrually the sameas stand in many parts of the been captured by banishing

Little Variation narrowing, trend. The state in 1958. United States. Thomas Jefferson ,, street lights, neon signs, bin- I
average was 8.2 per cent in "Mortgages .of $20,000 or less excavated a mound 40 feet in boards bowling alleys, trailer t

1957 the trade body concluded.HomePurchase as reported ny the Federal diameter and 12 feet high a few camps, used-car lots, mortuaries,
"A stronger year-round econ, Home Loan Bank Board, are miles from Charlottesville. Va. and mail deliveries. I

omy has developed, In Floridain covered by these tabulations.
recent years, as she state progressed -
They are secured principally by (

"winter-fat,from summer-lean its traditional pattern. I Mortgages Last fore residential reflect properties the status and of there-home To The People of Flagler County: I

Last year'the.-variation between "
financing in the state, the It is
winter and summer business ac. with due consideration that I announce my
state, chamber :concluded.
tivity the 'state was 6.8.r Year Increased I f candidacy for the_ office of ,County Judge, ;subject. t
cent" the Florida State Chamb'er I to the Democratic Primary : ,
on May 3.
,
of Commerce reports. Home-purchase mortgages re- Cecil Webb Gives Ij I '

The rounding out of the sea. corded in Florida rounded out i j I earnestly and sincerely solicit your support:. '!1d

sonal hills and valleys in Flor last year with a total of $1,759'-1 Herd of Cattle vote for this office. "J 11

ida's economy is one of the significant 896,000, a. 29 per cent i
1958 despite the general "tight I
,
results of the state's T. K.Buddy(
growth as a 'consumer t market money" conditions, Florida To Ag StationCecil ) McKnight
State Chamber of Commerce re i
area," the trade body pointed Pol. Adv. Pd. by T. K. (Buddy McKnight

out. "This growth' has brought ports. r Webb Dixie Lilly Company -
;
"Florida's gain in dollars
year-round payrolls, especially has the University
presented I II
loaned for home financing com S
in manufacturing. No less a favorably with the nation.. of Florida Agricultural
force is narrowing the seasonalgap pares with ,
Experiment Station a polled .
'
al increase of 18 per cent, the -
has been the state's increas Hereford bull and eight heifers ReElectHomer I
added:
.. trade body ,
.. ing popularity as a summer re valued at over $33,000.Dr. '
I "Borrowings recorded through
sort. T.J. Cunha head of the
50
April last cent
year-ran per
The winter-summer variation, animal husbandry and nutrition :
more above 1958. However with Brooks
calculated on the basis of bank department, said the animals
:May the monthly margins over
'_ debits available for 12 cities
are and their offspring will be used
the preceding year diminishedand J
in the state during the past'three in research projects at the university
December dropped 6 per
, years. Three of these, cent below December 1958, reflecting and branch experiment Sheriff of Flagler County
Daytona Beach, Gainesville, and stations in the state.
the increasing difficultyin
Jacksonville, showed business I borrowing."The The bull, valued at over :$23-
activity during summer monthsof '000 and heifers
were recently
original lenders of 38 per
.last year to be less than one purchased by Webb from A. For Continued !
cent of last year's total were Honest Fair and I ImpartialLaw
winter. .
: per cent under the savings and loan associationswith .Davis, owner of 'Santa Fe D.I
.: month. activity. Ranch Alachua.
, near ;
'' a total of $669,198,000, a Enforcement ;# .:;:' o,
"Fort Lauderdale had 10 : :
a per According to; Dr. Cunha, the I / '
gain of 41 per cent over 1950. A V. :
cent variation; Key West 13 per group of misceallaneous lenders, animals are the' ,beginning of j tW-.4*w 1"

cent; Lakeland, 7 per cent; a good quali$ Hereford!
polled
Greater Miami1 9 'per cent; Or- including ed $554,966,006 federal, up agencies 43 per loan.cent herd at the experiment station! 10 Years Experience Ifc f.iV: ; ,

lando 1 per cent; St. Petersburg I 1958 and accounted for 32 and will help improve the qual-1
over
' Law
Enforcement !In (:
7 'per cent; Tampa 4 per cent ity of Hereford cattle now being Flagler County '
per cent of the annual total.
, and West Palm Beach 16 per used. -
"Individuals handled $353,740-
cent. Pensacola, a summer resort 000, or 20'' per cent of the total, Your vote!! and support will be greatly appreciated
,: area, showed a 3 per cent To achieve'success one must I
up 7 per cent over,the former'CLASSFIED ,

'I' make an attempt. I Pol., Adv. PI!. by Homer Brooks ", .....<-, \
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