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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 31, 1960
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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: VOLUME 48, .NO. 12 BUNNELL, FLORIDA THfJIttSDAY,. MARCH 31, 1960 '-," ,_-, 1' ;'$2.50 A YEAR

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r lions Observe Citizens Council Report ..poJ V.F.W..Post Will New Commission .

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.".- :NASCARpay Holds MeetiigTuesday Evaluation ofBunnell Sponsor VarietyS.how To Organize J

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At Meet NightA r ,"School 1 : I April 29 .
Sc Monday Monday Night
meeting of the Flagler I The V.F.W. Post 5213 will.
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County Citizens Council was -*: I sponsor a benefit Variety Show'
$, NASCAR Day was observed at held at the court house Tuesday (By M. B, 'Fuller) on: April 29 at the Bunnell Community Bunnell City Cori msslo ers .1

the Lions Club meeting Mondaynoon evening. Council Chairman D.D. The parents ot' Flagler county Center. The show will,met in a special meeting :Monday .l

when they Jiad as their Moody presided at ,the meetingand should be very' :proud of their I_be peresented by the Grady and evening to relocate and :]

guest Bill France NASCAR in introduced vte-itors .from school system---especially: Bun Louise Dance Studio of Daytona square up the street corner at' .
Daytona Beach. % Jacksonville, Daytena Beach, nell school. I fnake this state- Beach. I t Anderson and Drain StreetIn ;;

Owen Shelton introduced Mr. DeLand, Lake County:- and _oth ment after 'being present Wed- Fifty percent of the proceedswill the original platt of the 1

Y France who gave* the history ers. h''., R nesday afternoon,*when an evaluating ; go to the Bunnell Band town Marion Street cut across .'
formation .. of the committeg:gave their re- which
and years --I.< Trip Fund and fifty percent will one' corner of the property
international speedway in Day Severalguest speakers were ports to ant assembly bf teachers be' used for the Building Fundof would have been lot 12. Since j
t tons Beach. "* heard during the eY ftlng.: Sev- and-shamefully-few par the PostV.F.W. 'the adjoining property has been :
ents who had been invited to _. .
eral ,important matters on the subdivided
and the Carver High
invited in :
Other guests were attend. Although the proceed :;
business agenda were taken '
troduced by Jack Clegg. They School Building has been constructed t
; ings started during a rainstormI .
and the 1960 membership
of '
s were Charles Char-on and R.L. [care started- feel that if :t who is old Auxiliary-:., it was necessary to
McNab of Flagle?Beach, both I I drive was enough to have grandchildrenIn :square up the streets to fit in y

.city officials; Rev. -Thomas, Pin II ::#-. i the school, could get there Elects Officers I,with. the pattern.
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ner; Leo Baker, 'president of the I : parents could have made it. i The regular stated meetingof
Bunnell Businessmens Association the Commission wilL be-held :
Junior
; : CollegeSummec Reports were given on every Thursday Night'Mrs.
: ; Tom Haynes' %t the River. I phase of the school program, In- next: Monday night when the )

:side Furniture'Store; Hal Shontz, SchoolRegistration .f cluding courses .of study, plant Dorothy Barber was \reelected j present board will held their 1

:; a member of the Lake City ,facilities, physical;'and social ac as president of the last meeting and adjoin. :The, .

:Lions. club. "V (I tivities. Each report had more V.F.W. Post 5213 Auxiliary new Commission members will 4i

Levi Brannam spoke for the praise for the school program, Thursday evening. Elected to be sworn in and they will hold ,
:mayor and commissioners of I Registration for the' first summer i the teachers, th< students and serve with her were Mrs. Clarice I their organization meeting' following J

:.Bunnell. I I school session .at the transfer the .administration than criti Taylor, senior vice president, adjornment of the present )

.:- .,.. .' I I division of Daytona Beach cism. Especially, noteworthy, I Mrs. Naomi Pellicer,. junior vice board.
ly .- 7 i II Junior College begins tomorrow, think, was the emphasis placedby president I Those members whose terms
the committee members on
according to Summer 'Director the day to' day relationship between Jean Wade, chaplain; two year i are expiring and who did not FII

Businessmen I. Dr. M. G, Cox.Registration student ,and faculty. That trustee, Mrs. Mary Boswell; historian run for reelection ; are Charles -J+

the whole school is providing a Mrs. Bonnie 'Hlggin- I II Creal, Paul Stanish, and E. S.
be accomp-
may wholesome environment conducive both am; patrotte instructor, Mrs. Morris.
r Hold MeetingMoaday :lished between the hours of 9 i
to learning by students was Gertrude. ,Ramsey; membership I I New members to be sworn in
A.:M. and 9 P.M. daily at the I
I I I evident in every report. chairman, Mrs. Mary Smith; alternate are C., B. Eisenbach! Harry At-
transfer division office on Ole-
, : .Night : delegate, Mrs. Bonnie kinson; and C. A.I McKenzie.
I ander Avenue xyith 40 ,courses I There were rgcommendatlonsfor.
Higginbotham; delegate, Mrs. Hold over members x>f the Com- I
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ranging frost' Aecounting,. Law, I improvements, course. How '
=f The. :Bunnell"Busiaessmen's else could l Lois Higginbotham. mission ire JackrQegg..andJLeviBunnell J
r h l a usch< !improve I .
.tAssodatSan1 held J stole dTneefring l g # : .Inetallalion l'offeis'Wilt.be ," -'' : ".; ... ,, --
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F at the eoramunity Humanities extremely : there on April
building Monday evening. Several i World History, $ ,. Col.Algebra was or ever will be a school I I jointly with' the VtF.W. Post.: '

f. items of .importance.to.:the lege, Trigonometry, Calculus that would meet the perfect ideal Jean Wade was initiated as anew I Band
1 1I Physics, Chemistry, .Biology
... community was discussed.The i i envisioned' by a committee.The I member I
Shorthandand
to Typewriting,
group discussed having evaluation, committee Is The Gold Star :Mother Committee i

if: -- printed a quantity of folders<<: Spanish. suming and (sometimes) annoy- is asking all Gold Star Again Rated

k; setting forth some of the features No Saturday classes have ing chore to faculty and students Mothers and those who knowof I

of Flagler County as a been scheduled for the community but its 'value can not be Gold Star Mothers In the As Superior i

(: desirable place for people to live,I parallel summer session Cox discounted because without it county to please give the namesto .... .
the striving for the ultimate
locate and establishment said but number of classes Lois Higginbotham.
; Industry to. a goal of a perfect school could At the recent District VII Band
ii i\ service .business to servepro' : will be held on a twice weekly not occur and Orchestra Contest held in

the needs and wants of an expanding .I r basis during the evening hours. The evaluation committe is Fernandina Beach, the local

,>'- population.A There are Principles of Accounting composed of men and women Brother Of. Mrs. I II I'I school band received Superior

G.'. member of the Bunnell Biology, certain of the Hu- engaged in teaching or administering its
'""!- I ratings in all phases of partin
i" Lions Club 'stated to the group manities courses, Logic, Physics, educational programs in I Johnston Dies the Contest
that the club had just held a Child Growth and Development, other schools and or universities -
.. .receive fee for The judges adjudication sheet
i'T Bill .France, and NASCAR Appreciation Shorthand, Interrelated Problems They no 'J In Savannah
received
were Wednesday from
their services. They, and the I
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meeting, and outlined of American Culture and
I school being! evaluated, simply I I Thomas Clark of Savannah, the contest office, and, accord-
Spanish.Fees .
it' plans for more active participation Conversational try to determine how good the 1 Georgia, brother of Mrs. Carlton ing to the band director, all

t''; in the racing events staged for-the ''su.rinnersession school is and.:of'it has, the quality I Johnston of Bunnell, died suddenly judges awarded the band "Su

r.-. on the Bunaell Airport by Bill will be computed at $10 ,per semester necessary for accrediation. at his home there :Monday perior" ratings in all their events -
: France.The businessmen's group I I accrediation the I I
-' > hour, Cox concluded, anda And means evening, March 21. which included Concert
::: agreed to cooperate in the vent school must meet certain high
detailed schedule of classes I Funeral services were held at Playing, Sightreading, and
stands.
ure. and time of meeting will be the Chapel of Fox-Weeks Funeral Marching.
In this
In addition to the. above other For far too many years
mailed to interested persons on it to Home at eleven o'clock Individual and Ensemble rat
discussed county parents appears
community projects :were
:-' -morning. Interment ings were received as follows:
request me, have too little interest in Wednesday
a but final action is to .betaken
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their schools. I Jifcpe I am not followed at the family lot ni David Shields-Student ConductIng -
'- a at 'a future "fleeting.Wants overcritical in saying it is apparent the Bobevedra Cemetery there. Superb .

V Deadline Today to the casual observer Mr. Clark.is survived by his Brass Sextet: Henry Wells,

t l this lack of interest. It was indicated wife And one 'son of Savannah.Also Cary Holland, Faye Bass, David

;: Boat Put On HomesteadsThe by the attendance of surviving are his. Mether, Shields, Mike McMillan, and
this afternoon. It was
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parents
four sisters, and two brothers. Jim Burnsed Superior.
period for filing with Tax indicated to me.a: !short: time ago Cornet Trio Robertson
Found : Boyd ;
.Y Back Where
f Assessor .D. D. Moody a claim when I had the: privilege of -.
Ronnie Canakaris
and Mike
i F: The EaSt *Flagler Mosquito for Homestead Exemptions ends talking Association.to the It should Parent-Teacher have been Flower Show Cook Superior:

W Control 'D4eVtet. owns a row.beat otday. called a teacher meeting because Clarinet Quartet: Jo Ann Mor-

':that. ,is, kept, for Its own Also the period for filing with so few parents were present I TuesdayiAtWomans ris, David Cook, Patty NIesen,
&.".,.. use, but has been generous :Moody 'a declaration of personaland felt } was speaking to a captive and Linda Harris ExcellentThe

i: f.: enough to let persons use it: intangible property ends audience of teachers who were ClubThe Band and solos and en-

. f': :- .over weekends. This practice is i today. Moody said that a pen present through a sense ,of duty. sembles who attained a rating
4' about to-come.to an end unless alty ,of 10 percent is 'assessedfor Let me say this: Although Flagler Beach Garden of "Superior" are eligible to

. ','-: 'tMseusl g the boat show,more failure to ,file ,on time. parents have an excellent school Club will have a Flower Showon compete 'in the State Contest to
. ,comoderation, Frank Brede who now It would be so much easierto Tuesday;April 5, at the Woman's be held at the University of
: member of the control strive fora perfect school lub'building on Central
'. is a Florida the second week in May.
; said today. with the whole hearted coopera Avenue. I
> board, _
Mr.. Srede, said the district Softball Meeting tion ,of every parent and other The Show-wlll be open to the ,- .
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.to persons interested public and no admission will Baptist Brotherhood
dOes i
-, net object persons using Called For Tonight of' the children of today *
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r the boat provided is returned who will take our places tomorrow be charged.
to' the' place where it belongs.' All those interested ,In play- The theme of the Show will Meeting Set For

P ': Ma, said that :personnel of the Ing Softball, managing- teams We all understand the schools be "Smyphony of Color", publicity Friday EveningA .

( dfetriet, has had to hunt up the t or sponsoring a team, are urgedto need more money- but it needs chairman Leola Jones -, -
< ,J boat after someone has used it, attend, the meeting: tonight i I more. It needs your active cooperation said today. She also said there meeting of the Brotherhood.

finding -.e- .boat
.; places and di ian es., He added 'Police Chief Wiled I school anywhere. arrangements. Church* Friday evening, at
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, n that unless-the,beat::*s 'returnedto Hunter said today. i I eight o'clock;'it. was announced
.the summer se4t all Time and temperature the 'every egg produced! today. t
,' its proper place after use 'the Plans, for Virtually
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: b. Q.l '. rkt', will, be 'tweed to put It schedule win be made at .this: two factors" most Importantin I in Florida Is:sold to Florida con. A supper!will be served atthis

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PAGE TWO ;;..THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA,: Thursday, Marcher, I960- J
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Florida's Growth and indicates the expansion of surance in force from 2.20 percent
THE .
the consumer market within to 2.31 per cent; retail sales

Florida during the' past year. from 3.13 per cent to 3.31 per
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Fastest Nation"Florida's
In "Cash Income received by cent and .federal internal revenue

: Jpi A farmers from sale of livestockand I collected in Florida from

growing importancein I livestock products stood at 1.39 per cent to 1.46 per cent.

'national affairs is one result 1.01 per cent in 1958 and 1.08 Measures in* volume rather

of the .state's xpandlng'econ-j per 'cent last-year. Income from than dollars, show electric power
V pT4ui7E1. omy," the Florida State Chamberof crops made up 3.46 per' cent of production at 2.17 per cent
Commerce points out. the national total in 1958 and of national production in 1958-

"Since almost every phase of 4.05 per cent last year. This and 2.27 per scent last year.

By Thomas Collins. f Florida's economy is growing latter figure is Floridas largest Passenger car registrations stoodat
faster than national averages, proportion of any significant I 3.17: percent,- and 3.41 per
\ PITY YOUR POOR HEIRS WHEN WILL, IS READ the state is stepping up its national figure and reflects the cent.

TF YOU: are retired have a.little government. These taxes are highor share of national totals," the importance of the state's vegetable t During the Florida's
property and expect to .bequeath 'owr depending on the worth of year population
state chamber said. "For "
example and
citrus I 2.61
'. it quietly to your heirs the property, so there must be an crops. pushed up from per
some day you had better be pre- official appraisal. in 1958 Floridians received The following measures of 1 cent to 2.70 per cent. Non-
;' :pared to do some twirling in your The lawyer estimated that it 2.34 per cent of the total. Florida's: national "weight," all agricultural employment increased
", grave. would take 18 months to get the personal income earned in the derived from official 'studies or from 2.32 per cent to
Because the lawyers and, government will 'probated and the appraisal nation; in 1959 the figure moved I estimates, are also mentionedby 2.41 per cent and employmentin
I '- have things balled up made. After that would come up to 2.41 per cent. Althoughthe ; the state chamber. Bank deposits manufacturing plants'in the
good. liquidation of the property pay
= I have .known for some timer ment of the taxes and finally per cent, Is slight, it repre- I expanded from 1.80 per state moved upward from 1J.5
that it was a complicated business distribution of money to the sents V many millions of dollars cent to 1.99 per cent; life in per cent to 1.22 per cent.II .

to die while owning prop children.He I
erty. But this week I sat in on explained it would not be
'the reading of a will in a law wise to give them any of the
yer's office. Just like in the ready cash- in the estate because I II AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1 I
r movies. And it wasn't just com- nobody knew what the taxes
e plicated. It was unbelievable.The would be before the appraisal. If ,
situation was this: they were high, and the cash was .
A widower had died at age 71. gone, there would have to be a AUTO BODY MILLAND HOTEL
V V He owned his home a piece of forced sale of the remaining property
business property and $12,000 in with all sorts of complications ODELL HERSEY'S Come And Visit
cash, bonds, etc. He also had and a resulting: loss., PAINT & BODY SHOP AL AND ELLIEAT
$20,000 life insurance due and The $20,000 life insurance might Complete Collision Service THEIR NEW BADYou'll
was entitled to a refund on his have been sufficient safeguard 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE "
but the widower had providedthat Meet Your :Friends
company pension. Body & Fender Work !
This seemed a simple estate. it be paid over a five-year Painting Matching Free Estimates FLAGLER BEACH
The man had three children and period. The refund on the com- I Days U.s.ID 1 73372-Nita So. OF BUNNELL ID 7-3267
his will stated he wanted it di- pany pension was suspect. Wasit The. Coolest Spot for the
vided equally among them after a return of the widower's AUTO SERVICE Draft BeerSANDPIPER
special bequests of $2,500 to old money or company money, and BAR
friends. therefore taxable as income? McDANIEL'S GIFTS
-LUNCHES
This also seemed simple enough. Paperwork 'judges. lawyers On the Ocean Side of AlA 3
But then the lawyer-folded up affidavits, appraisals. and time Service Station North of Flagler Pier
the will and in effect told the time. time. "Keep Cool at George &. I
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children to come back in two So much time in fact, that PRODUCTS PHONE HE 9.2156
years and he'd try to have them when the children at last cash in, Tires-Batterles-Minor Repairs I
some money. the grave will be cold the weeds. '
sprouting and they will be Bunnell ID 7-7119 BUILDING SUPPLIES
There was no funny stuff involved -
t and the lawyer was a fine getting their money not from
Biddle Gulf
one. This is just the way thingsare Papa but from ,a complex of tax ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION WICKLINE
in some states and in some men, lawyers and courts. Building Supplies
circumstances.The My best advice on the matteris
main problem was estate just not to.die. GULF 'TIRES &_ BATTERIES CEMENT CEMENT

and inheritance taxes, always required For a espy a'.MM pew G Idea Tears Open 7 &.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days STEEL
booklet by>> Th ma CoUIn. send S3 ( ,
: by the Federal govern- cents In eels (n* lamp.t D.pt."NWNS" State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Beach
Flagler HE 9.2254
x 16$?! ;Grand Central -
ment and usually by the State
Statlen. New Yor.kU.N.T.
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Colonial Service Station .
CLEANERS
EARL> E. RICE proprietor>>
-To The People Of Flagler 'CountyPlease GAS MOTOR-Oil=LUBRICATION TUNE-UP; BUNNELL

appreciation GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES EVERY CLEANING -
and
accept my sincere thanks -
U.S. HIWAY 1 -- BUNNELL SERVICE
.... for nominating. : me for County Cimmissioner
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Hall's Atlantic StationJack Open Dally 8 to 6Phone -
in District No. 6. I
ID 7-3188.
Hall. Proprietor
; I shall continue 'to serve you to the..best of*my GASOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccessories 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell

\; ability'at all times as I have in the past.', '. ":.
CONCRETE PRODUCTS
ROAD SERVICE
BUNNELL TeL ID 7-3652 _
C. H. COWART
Your "Q" For .

J. L. Presswood Garage .
Dial CL 3-8113
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General Repairing-Road Service DAYTONA BEACH '
.. Tires, Tubes A Accessories
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COURT Visit Our Grocery Department Quillian's Concrete .
:.. :FOR CLERK CIRCUIT For Frozen Foods and Staples ,
Cubed lee
"1 HE 9-213 FLAGLER BEACH i"I
; I wish to announce the people of Flagler County DRUG STORES

;. : V 'that I am a candidate for re-election ,as, Sullivan's Gulf Service

.! -, 'GULF ,Anderson Drug Store_

: V .' ;;' ,CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT c -. GASoI1.8LUBRICATIONTIRES..TUBEsACCESSORIES Prescriptions .
,
,. Beach Information -- ::SIck Room Supplies

e"1 .' .' : '.F V Subject. i'a to, the Democratic Primary. May:3;v': :'. I "Specializing Clean Rest In Rooms"In Service and .- Sundries

'J The Heart or Flagler Beach BUNNELL

; 1 May, I aro thank the people of Flagler County, -,
AUTO REPAIRS
i r for their cooperation during the'past. 14 years as Moody PharmacyFlagler '

County's Corner Drug
r--V : : ; your Clerk. Shields Service Station

l, : ,'< ; .If I am returned to the office, l'shall continue COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS DRUGS-SUNDRIES :

: '.' i ', V' to render .to everyone prompt courteous and efficient Right Now Nell Overhaul and FOUNTAIN SERVICE ,
: Repair Your Power MowerNo BuaaelL Fla. Phoae ID .
( service. 5 Job Too Big Or Too Small
111 No. Bay SU Bunnell ORMOND

RALPH E. HARBERT EDGAR'S GARAGE PHARMACYSick

Room Supplies
Service
.. ,POL Adv. Pd. by Ralph E. Harbert COMPLETE 24-Hour Towing AUTO REPAIRS 24-Hour' Prescription Service

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(' Automatic Transmission Service Free Delivery b* Flagler
!E'' Wheel Balancing-Front End Rt.. AlA 1 toL North of
Alignment ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-l
1V. FOR< ,ALL 'HOURS-DAY, OR' NIGHt :40 Granada Qrmad-OR 7-0898
t Thompson PharmacyYour

AMBULANCE. AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION Health Is Wealth

PHOI4VYAIy 4-1625 : HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC Put YourPBEScmmOKS
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SERVICE SERVICE '

A ST. AUGUR.FLORIDA In Our Hands
r Rebuilding
Repairing
lei. 141 Granada Ormond -
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.... be 'lr' itt about callifif a, GeHI8 JI-- .. w. ON ALL MAJCsslelfs W. ..._ i
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i ;. 4 .:Garcia ,Funeral :Home HOTEL BAR "HYWLMfCEBS- FLOWER BASSETS AND MUMS

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PAGE ,FOUR ; '<' '."'- -, ,..,. ... _,..'-, _,.THE ,FLAGLER_TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, March 31, 1960
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\\ Visitors last weekend with meremaid's costumes.. Jeanne .

'i : Mr. and Mrs. Owen Kirkpatrick Higginbothamhad
; i C a gold cos
#/.2 : LLrLc were her sisters, :Mrs. Wylene tume. Elizabeth Matherly hada
Perkins and Mrs. Jewel Skipper, Sclto&l News costume of silver. Melanle-
< : and their mother, Mrs. T. J. Cody wore purple. Rebecca Dur-
; ; 7 : LUNA BABBITT -<, Floyd, all 'from Cochran, Ga. by William Neil Eddingex rance wore a pretty blue cos-

-Telephone HEmlock 9-a@98' tume. Linda Hawkins wore
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ii.";. .... r Mr. and Mrs.Myles Meeks of This past week we have rea;- green and sordid Barbara Dod-

''t/GOINtf AWAY'" ... .' ,*.- ATTENDING' NATIONAL ..: t Jacksonville spent the weekend ly been entertained. Wednesdaya gen. If you didn't recognize the-
here in their cottage.Mr man that was part Indian dog, Nana. it was Bruce KendalL
SURPRISE PARTY :. ,r '. I CHAMP SWIMMING MEET I came to our school. He had a

: Honoring Mr. and Mrs. John I Linda Lee Meller". and her I : and Mrs. Robert Schatz wonderful voice. He sang some For more entertainment someof
Knosko,before before they move mother Mrs. Ethyle, Mellor, are motored during the weekend to old Indian Folk Songs. He also the kids went to the Bunnell
and going to West Palm: each Key West where they met their showed us some old Indian cUstoms -I I Theatre to see "The Big Circus."
Mr.
.back to Chicago, Mrs.
'Sam Jtovlck 'were 'hosts\Sunday Thursday where they will attend son, Douglas, for a short 'visit I and he taught us some I saw Darrell Britt Barbara
for social gathering i the National Indoor Synchronized They were accompanied by Miss Indian sign language. Pache, Polly Lowe Delores Deen,
'!;at afternoon their home a o'n:Daytona Ave. Swimming Championship Joanie Hoff on the trip. Douglashas I I I At last the Peter Pan play 1 I and Buddy Phillips Saturday
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lit.:was a surprise for the honor meet. been assigned by to a Navy :was given. All the children night.See
guests and Mrs. Knosko receiveda Linda Lee is attending Bun- ship and hisship was scheduledto I knew their parts well. The most' you next week.
nelf School dock there that day. beautiful costumes were the
number of gifts. High now but up
until she moved here has lived
Dancing on the patio was enJoyed Mr. and Mrs. William Kincaid YOUR CLOSEST OUTLET
with Sally and Nancy I in Orlando. She has won four and family former residents, Mrs Agnes Lee and Miss I I "For Quality Furniture
state in Orlando
championships
:Dzioba furnishing accordian music I : "We're- Out of the
were here on a short visit Friday i Mary Furrer of Daytona Beach
assisted for diving. She'Palso came in Hight Rent DlstrtcrCHRIS'S
Later, Mrs. Novick.
their to Daytona spent the
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on way dajrhere Thursday.
by Mrs. Nettie' Brusich, served i i i:.second for state honors in swim Beach where with I FURNITURE
they'visited
a dinner to the guests. i ming and water ballet in 1959. (Continued on page 8) I I
I Mrs. Agnes Lee. 166O Rldeewood Ave. Dolly Hill
also ,
Linda has been in a baton
Among those present were
twirling club in Orlando and -
Mr. and MrS. T. Kolhaas from! Mrs. Laura Alligood returned
I
placed second in 'the Tangerine
Holly Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Peter I j here last week after an extended -
Bowl Twirling Clinic last
.Dzioba and daughters' Nancy' year. stay in Baltimore. :Md. with CRAIG FUNERAL HOME ;
.and Sally Mr. and Mrs. T. Mar-I her son. Carl Alligood.
.. tin from Ormond Beach Mr. and News comes from Mr. and; A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director

Mrs.. J. White Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Donald Rapp former residents Mr. and Mrs. C.U. Crews from JOHN HARDIN. AssociateAIR
Charles Sindelar with their son, now living in Bartow, Lake Butler were here Saturdayin -
Mickey, and her mother, Mrs. that they have a new daughter.. their beach home. LADY OXYGEN
M. Malik from.Berwyn, nL.Mrs.. CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
Brusich, Mrs. LIbbey Hogeboom Miss Linda Lowe returned to George Haines came here last ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
and Anthony Bradac from La, her home here for three weeks. week from Melbourne and,spent .
Grange, Ill.BAPTIST. She has been attending schoolin several days with his parents, Phone ID 7-3532
Daytona Beach since the Mr and Mrs.V.W.. Haines before .
first of the 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA t
CHURCH NOTESA year. leaving for .California, ..
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larm.. :.* "..umber: f\f members.- I
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and guests were present Wed r
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nesday evening for the meetings -" : .MoneySaving; Food ValuesU.S.
of the various groups.: In i

the choir practice, the director, Y
Judson Stryker started special GOOD I MRS. PICKFORD'S 1 POUND QUARTERS 1

.. work on the, Easter music which ,
will be during the evening CHUCK ROAST" 49*
service on Easter, in addition to I ,lb OLEO 2 29

the regular rehearsal. : for
Special speaker for the Baptist -
Brotherhood 'was Earl Bus- CHUCK STEAK'Ib59< I
from Ancient City ,
sey; a layman .
'Baptist Church in,St. Augustine.' SWIFT'S 24 OZ. CANBRISKET

A to special the Women's invitation Missionary was given Society -'I' STEW 29<

to' attend.. u, I Beef Stew 3for$100POR'K 1


MOVED THIS WEEK CENTER CUT

Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Otis LIMIT (3) WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER

:Mageewill be interested to CHOPS 69
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: know -they moved to nth Street ,I OUR VALUE 15 OZ. CAN

several days ago. They bought) '
.- the. Wilcox homeland have beenliving SUGAR CURED
there. several days now. 1 I 10
f' SpaghettiSWIFTS j

Friends of Mrs. Rudolph Peter PICNICS 33

; son will regret to hear, that she ,Ib
was ill at her home in Pierson

last week' and later was admitted 4-7 pound avg. 12 OZ. CAN .
t- to 'a: hospital in DeLand
for medical attention. FRESH SLICED (BEST GRADE) 00
Corned Beef 3 $1
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r eMr. and Mrs. T.J. Miller and $$1| 00
s family took a trip'to Bartow for 2 I Ibs LIMIT (3) WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER I

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hospital in .:':"Jacksonville. His RICE 49

parents, Mr.. and Mrs. Gerald
Combs, made the trip up to ac- ( ) ,
company him. back. Billy's eye 'BAG
operation has been successful

.'and*.he'has,shoWn a steady im. ,
provement :although he is still
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, t tI Advance Census'I I ing characteristics which are I employment,' -income, and related
I being asked of a 25 per cent i items. The additional j
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I.Report: Form sample of the nation's pouula. I ItJon. housing questions relate to rent .!
I, The sample population or value of dwelling heating

questions include inquiries on I equipment, water supply, and
DistributedAdvance
JLOCALJ Being countries of birth, schooling other facilities and equipment. ',
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report forms for the
., .I 1960 of population and
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SHERYL LYNN ZELLERMr. by Mrs. Jimmy Kelley and i i housing will be distributed by PERCE STRINGS ,

and :Mrs. Edward Zellei young son Zane. were visitingin I I the postoffice this week to all
I households in this District MOW DOOU UKE \S THAT WHAT THEY APE? MOU JUST KNOW "ItXJ "
are the parents of ,a daughter, Jacksonville Monday. I I area THOSE CHINESEBACKSCRATCH IVE BEEN MAXIMA CAN DEPEND UPON:
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born at the Flagler Clinic and !Supervisor Herbert J. Benson announced EPSI THE KIDS EAT THEIR
I FLAGLER.HARDYA.tte.
Mrs. Niels Hansen and her I
MAIUED
Hospital here on March 25. I i today. WTTH THEM
: :Mrs.
daughter
Mor-
Magdaline i ;
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She weighed .seven pounds
I rison of Jacksonville were. visit i i The advance report form is a
and eleven ounces. She has been I r
I ing with friends Friday. of last j[new census taking device whichis FOR COMPLETE
given the name of-Sheryl Lynn.
SATISFACTION!
week. designed to speed up the field
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She Is the great-granddaugh- '
canvass and provide more accurate -
ter of Mr. and Mrs. O.D. Robertson Visiting here last we k- with I I
I statistics, Benson added.I II
; and Mr. and Mrs. W.. H. Zel- Gordon I
R. Roy was his son, !I"Distribution of this form before
ler of Bun eIJ. I Capt. Edgar Gordon, who has 1 1I I the start of the housetohousecanvass I
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r I recently returned from a tour I f ;
BBYAN"'MORBISMr. gives.the family a I
'DAVID of duty with the U. S. Army chance to assemble information
and Mrs. W. L. Morris, Jr. in Germany. I I
about each member in advanceof
: of Jacksonville announce the arrival -
: of a son, ,born Sunday, BAND PARENTS THANKS the census taker's visit. The all Lawn Mower Repair ,:
district supervisor urges
The Band Parents Association
March 27, at St Luke's Hospital. I
4 He. weighed eight pounds and would like to thank those who I I residents to fill, out the forms
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and have them ready for the
seven "ounces .,and has been sponsored coffee sales and gave ,
given the of David Bryan.i I contributions to help.send'. The census takers when "they start 'i-

The new name arrival is the grand.I I I Biggest Little Band in Dixie to their rounds on April 1." We .Have The> Proper Testing Equipment.You -I

of Mr. and Mrs. Mc- Nassau. 1 1I form .
son Harry I The advance report contains -
:. Kenney of. Bunnell. J I They especially want to thank I If seven questions about every Do Not Have To Pay For Any.Parts !

!f Bunnell Restaurant and Coffee I person in the household and
Visiting here last week withHoward Shop and Hall.TumllIchevrolet six questions about the dwell- : Other Than Those Needed.

Taylor were his par- Co. for their very generous contributions -: ing. The 'Information asked for .

ents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Taylor ; also King's Truck is name address, sex, color or

Sr., of Ft .Pierce. Stop, Malphurs Restaurant, for i race, month and year of birth,
; J I their' splendid coffee sales. i I whether married or single, and Johnson & EvinrudeOutboard .
: Charles Turner 4s.in Washing t The complete totals of all relationship to head of the

ton, D. C. this week' on business.; I those businesses participatingin household. The information required -
He was accompanied there by II the coffee sales has not been i iI about ,the dwelling is the Motor ServiceJohiny's :

Mrs. Tommy Durrance and I I turned In yet. Totals will be announced -.: number of rooms, cooking facilities

daughter Rebecca:, who are visit.I at a later date. plumbing if rented or

ing with her brother and hister Thanks, owned.At .

in law, Chief Petty Officer and 1 Lola P1rk; r.. every fourth household, the I I Body & Paint Shop :
Mrs. Robert French there.
i I CARD OF THANKS census taker will seek, the answers -
: I those who their additional I RAILROAD ST. BUNNELLthere's
To: expressed to questions
George Moody, Sr., and ,Leon.!
: ard Moody of Flagler Beach,!I sympathy in so many beautiful covering population and hous
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; and Mr. and Mrs. M.B. Fuller;I and practical ways during our I
sad bereavement, we extend Ii
our
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attended the i ':
heartfelt thanks.
Dinner<<: ,for Hon. Robert:I .
Mrs., G C. Sr.
I Layton
Gray and Hon. Nathan Mayo in ,
G C. Layton, ,Jr.
Orlando Saturday.. .night.. I Mr.* *and Mrs-Nolan Bennett t

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DRYER laundry."Electric Sunshine"*
you can stop lugging dries t.>>". _
washables fluffy-fresh and wrinkle-free day or night, many kind
of weather. An Electric Dryer teamed-up with an electric
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SUB Spun: .
washer, ironer and water beater gives you a "full pardon"from

OLEQMARGINEFelgers 2 '29iI 1 drudgery, brings you cooler, cleaner healthier, modem liv -
ing.And remember,it's cheaper to go alLetectric in your kitchen
laundry than to use a combination of services. .-

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;':;PAGEtSDT. : _H _.i--: :: ::': ?-7" ; 'THEFLAGLER "TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA ,_ -. -... '.' Thursday, March';31 9.6J)1AMERICANA 1\
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2 4 ".. !.,. -T ,.- r. \ '- "', :'. ,-Blue herons have establisheda I Fearlessness is the mother of tlon a dissolved Florida' corporation
Cities To See
., f'li: : and C A. Randall. E At Ran-
rockery in of,the several confidence.
; ;' one : dall and 1...A. McKeever. as dlreetor -

'Wheeling Wrest! Virginia; : fresh water ponds in St. Andrews :i Holding trustees CcrPoration.of Daytona a dissolved Beach

THE
State
Park near Panama City. OUTBOARDER l.Florida corporation and each and
au of the unknown assigns, successors -

IViw''' ''.' ":.*.' 7.5. ', :_ .. .. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Authorized Evinrude Dealer ,, in interest trustees, or oth-
? AGLEU COUNTY, FLORIDA. BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS er parties claiming by. through
IN CIIANCERY NO. 3967 I'I under or against, said dissolved
MARY LOU SINGER Dockage Storage Free Ramp corporation none'of whom can be
Plaintiff WE FINANCE located and it 'not being known
vs. I I whether there are any surviving
JOHN E. 825. Ballough Rd-Daytona trustees: I
SINGER.Defendant.
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Edward Grimes whose last known
NOTICE TO DEFEND IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF address was Los Angeles California 'I
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO? FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA. *
John E. Singer IN CHANCERY
NO. S973
1046 Conner EVELYN SOELTZ SZOETS, The unknown heirs, devisees I
s Detroit 15 Michigan legatees, grantees creditors leln-
You are hereby notified that a Plaintiff ors or other parties claiming by.

suit has been filed against you in WILLIAM SOE Vfl. .SZOETS. through under or against' Myrtle \
the above entitled cause; and you Defendant. Grimes Brunt>r, John B. runer. 1
: : are hereby required to file your an. NOTICE TO DEFEND William Henry Bruner. also known

swer with the Clerk of this Court THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: all as Henry>r Bruner James a Bruner .
and to serve a copy thereof upon William Soeltz-Szoets deceased. 1
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney: Vienna Jessie
9 Alice
whose name and 'address is; ,I Bruner. if alive, and ,
< : Hr Tendlergasse 9. Austria If dead her unknown
spouse, unknown -
W. I
Cecil Grant You \
are hereby notified that heirs
; 407 a at law devisees, legatees
% Main Street suit has been filed against you in grantees creditors llenors.
Daytona Beach. Floridanot the
above entitled cause and or other
; you parties claiming by.
later than A.. 1960.
April 5th. D.
are hereby
required to file through
under
your answer -
or against Jessie
If you fall to do so decree pro with ,
the Clerk of this Court Alice Bruner deceased C. A. Randall
confesso will be entered against and to serve .a copy thereof upon and Elma A. Randall; his wife --...... i
yoU for the relief demanded in the
the
plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney It living and if dead their
bill un-
pf complaint. The nature of
whose name and address Is known
heirs
: devisees legatees,
said suit being: for divorce. I
W Cecil
Grant grantees
,
WITNESS my hand and seal of I creditors, llenors or other
I 407% Main Street parties
said Court this 2nd day of March claiming by, through un-
: Daytona Beach. Florida der or against C. A. Randall and
A.D. 1960.Official .
not later than April 18th A. Elma A. \
( Seal) D. 1960. Randall, his wife, deceased
RALPH E. HARBERT I If you fall to do so. decree pro ; John Olson and Elizabeth 4.

Va. Colonel Ebenezer Zane Clerk of said! Circuit Court confesso will be entered against Olson hl8. wife If living and If
WheelIng W. was founded in 1769 by March 10-1'1 you for the relief demanded in the dead their unknown heirs., devisees -
and his two brothers, who came from South.Branch Valley 100 years --- -24":31-4tc- I bill of complaint. The nature of legatees grantees' credi t

1 after the first white ,man set foot on what is' now West Virginia soiL IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF said WITNESS suit being for divorce. tore llenors or other parties claimIng I
hand and b
my seal of >. through, under
FLAGLER or against
.." ... The town grew up about Fort Henry Which was built by Captain IN CHANCERY COUNTY NO. FLORIDA 3883 said Court this 14th day of March John Olson and Elizabeth Olson

-s Crawford and a company of men'' from Fort Dunmore Virginia inc ALEXANDER. SZABO. A. D.. 1960. his[ wife, deceased; Mary Bruner
(Official Seal
1774. The last battle of the* 'Revolutionary War was fought at Wheeling .- vs. Plaintiff. RALPH) E. HARBERT Mary Braider Bruner, also sometimes Greider, and known Paul as a

between 42 inhabitants who were within Fort Henry and a detachment RACHEL SZABO, Clerk of said Circuit Court Greider. her husband. 'If Jiving
of British soldiers and about 250 Indians. Defendant- March 17-24-31 & April 7--Itc I and_' if dead. their unknown heirs !

.;' The city had its first Impetus 1836 by the Virginia Assembly THE STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA.DEFEND-TO: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I creditors.at law devisees Honors legatees or other, grantees parties, 1

} because it was located near the Wheeling was loyal to the Fed- Rachel Szabo FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA claiming by. through. under or

: head of navigation on the Ohio eral Government during the Residence Unknown ARTHUR. IN CHANCERY E. NO. 3981 against Mary Bruner Graider. also
You PAQUIN.Plaintiff sometimes known as Mary Bruner I
are hereby
'. River, and was for a long time Civil War, and the State of West suit has been filed notified against. that you in a Greider. and Paul S. Greider her ,

;, the western terminal of the National Virginia was born here. The capi- tap above entitled cause; and you ANNE SANDRA vs. husband, deceased; John T. Bruner, '

Road, which ,was finished tol of the'nevi state was located, are swer hereby with the required Clerk to of file this your Court an- PAQIUN.Defendant. spouse if living, heirs and if at dead.law his, unknown devisees \

# ;. in Wheeling in 1919. Cumberland here from 1863 to 1870 when it and to serve a copy thereof upon THE NOTICE TO DEFEND legatees, grantees creditors. lIen- '

Maryland,,.being'the eastern was moved to Charleston. In the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney Anne.Sandra STATE OF FLORIDA Paquin TO: ors or other parties claiming, by, (
whose through, under or against John T.
'end. The National Road the the name and address is: 1405 Farrell AvenueMerchantvt1l
;: was 1875 seat of government was H. T Cook Bruner. deceased; and
most important avenue of commerce brought back to Wheeling and Bunnell. Florida New Jeresy
i You are hereby notified that a Any and all persons (pave and
; 2 over the mountains prior remained until 1885 when it was not If later than April 25th A. D. 1960. suit has been filed against in the except the plaintiff herein) hav- I
t you fall to do so, decree pro above entitled cause and ing or claiming any right title or
to the railroads and after its ex- again transferred to Charleston. confesso will be entered ; you are '
againstyou hereby required to file your answer Interest in and to the< lands Involved -
tension to Columbus; Indianapolis Wheeling has an estimated for the relief demanded in the with the Clerk of this Court In this suit and hereinafter
and St. Louis, 'a constant bill of complaint. The nature of and to serve a copy thereof upon described,
said suit
population of 65,000, but in reality being for' divorce. '
J stream of commerce flowed over WITNESS my hand and seal of the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney.whose' The respective post office address
the highway. Wheeling was the is a community of many times said Court this 18th day of March H.name T. and Cook address is; and residence of each of the above
named parties is unknown. .
'. : that population stretching north A D 1960.Official .
Floridanot
Bunnell.
first point ,reached by railroadon ( Seal) You and each of are hereby :
you
south east and west over the later than April 25th A. D. 1960.
the Ohio, River and was for RALPH E. HARBERT If fall to do decree notified that a suit has been 4
River to radius of 30 you so. pro 1
Ohio a
Clerk of said brought I
some years the western terminal Circuit Court confesso will be entered against against you to quiet title
miles. The population of the March 24-31 & April 7-14-4tc to the following described lands <
yoU for the relief demanded- the
of the Baltimore and Ohio, theiirst '.. \ situate in '
-- Flagler County Florida. !
bill of The
Wheeling Metropolitan Area complaint. nature of
road to cross the ''Allegheny approximates IN THE COURT OF" TUB COUNTY said suit being for divorce. to-wit: i,

Mountains. 354000. JUDGE FLORIDA.IN OF. FLAGLER COUNTY WITNESS my hand and seal of Parcel 1. Lot 4 In Block 1 and i f

Wheeling was established as a Located on the Ohio River..' ; THE MATTER OF THE said.D. Court 1960.Official this 18th day of MarchA. Lot 4,In Block 2 of the Kanaha

y .' town,in ,1795 and incorporated Jn Wheeling,is,59.miles, southwest! of ESTATE OF WLADYSLAW ( Seal) Subdivision of 'Section 22 and I'i
23.
knownas Township 11 South Range '
MUZNERO\VSKIL"a.1 o-
RALPH. iL. HARBERT., : ,
1830. 'A- Charter was' granted Pittsburgh; 'n.I -- WALTER MUZNEROW-< Clerk of said Circuit Court: 31 East. t Also, .a strip of land I f
to.-. ,, SKI Immediately west and
March 24-31 & April, 7-14-4tc adjoining M\
> NOTICE OF '''FILING PETITIONFOR said Lot 4 In Block 2 of Kana-

FINAL DISCHARGE. IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF ha Subdivision of Section 23,
THE ARGONAUTThe I MEDIEVAL BELIEFS OF EXECUTOR FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA and described more fully as follows I
Notice is hereby given that I :
IN CHANCERY NO. 3049
argonaut} or paper nautilus Dogs were long thought to have filed my final returnsas MAGDELENA PAULIN Beginning at the Northwest.... .
executor of the estate of Wladys- Plaintiff. corner of said lot 4 in Block 2 I
is an octopulike creature I have .supernatural power. Ancient law Muznerowski, also known as vs. and continuing the north line

and medieval people be- 'Walter Muznerowski deceased: JASEPH PHILLIP PAULIN. of said Lot 4 in the same west-
that sails the sea in a shell boat. that I have filed my petition for Defendant. erly direction to a point on the y

The arms. of the female have lieved the dogs detected spirits distribution and for final discharge NOTICE TO DEFEND Eastern right-of-way of the
and that on April 11. 1960.I will THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Florida East Coast Canal
glands which secrete calcium ,and foretold death's approachby apply to the Honorable Duane Joseph Phillip Paulin thence In a Southerly directiona \

delicate nocturnal howling. Deem County Judge of Flagler 1927 Woodbine Street distance of 50 feet to a point
carbonate, forming County.' Florida, for approval of Ridgewood. Brooklyn. In said right-of-way which is
said! final returns and for an or- New'York the
'pearly-white, fluted shell to hold same point as the South
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der. of distribution and forMal You are .hereby notified that a line would be of said lot 4.
Ibex eggs. Female argonauts RCA VICTOR discharge as Executor of the will suit has been filed ,against you In Block 2 if projected through to
of Wladyalaw Muznerowski. also the above entitled cause; and you the right-of-way thence in a
grow 'up to a foot in length, but LIVING COLOR TV known i
as Walter Muznerowski. de
are hereby required to file your answer i easterly direction to the' South-
the males seldom, exceed half "LOOK FOR THE PICTUREIN ceased. with the Clerk of this Court west corner of said Lot 4, Block
THE WINDOW This 3rd day of March. A.D. 1960. and to serve a copy thereof upon 2; thence in a northerly direc-
an inch. Southern Radio & Television /SJOHN CYZYCKIExecutor. the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney, tion along the west end of Lot
whose name and address is; 4 of Block 2 to the place of
226 E. Granada Ph. OR 7-2001 March 10.1724.314teIN W. Cecil Grant beginning, EXCEPT that part
ORMOND .407% Main Street of Lot 4 of Block 2 heretofore I
TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF Daytona Beach. Floridanot taken or conveyed for road j
FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA. later than April 14th A.D. 1960. right-of-way for State Road
IN CHANCERY NO. 3988 If you fail to do so. decree pro AlA. I 4
ELECT REFINANCE YOUR DEBTS IRENE SPICER HAMRICK. I
confesso
will be entered againstyou
Parcel 2: Lots 5, 6 and 7 in
,
With a Loss Term Plaintiff, for the relief demanded In the Block 1 and Lots 6 6 and 7 in I

: W. R. (BUSTER) HARTNESS F.vs.HAMRICK. said bill of suit complaint.being for The divorce.nature of Block 2 of the Kanaha t. Subdivision !

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F : I FEDERAL LAND'BANKFARM Defendant.. WITNESS my hand and seal of Township of 11 Sections South 22 Range and 23.31
NOTICE TO DEFEND said Court this 7th day of March
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: A.. D. 1960.Official East Also a strip of land immediately -
LOAN Hartness F. Hamrick west and adjoining
Residence' Unknown ( Seal) said Lot b. 6 and 7 In Block 2 .

:: : HANCOCKThe B. W. BRYAN You are hereby notified that a Clerk RALPH of E.said HARBERT Circuit CourtMarch of Kanaha Subdivision of Sections t
22
and 23 and describedmore
suit has been filed against you In 10-17-24-31-4tc
ProducUofi fullv fnllnaviBeginning
Credit Asm. AH !
the above entitled cause; and you '-
at
WedBaedaTie&ePALATKA are hereby required to file your answer IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF the Northwest
corner of said Lot S in Block
with the Clerk of this Court
FLAGLER
COUNTY, FLORIDA
(
FLORIDA 2 and continuing the north line
and to
thereof
: serve a copy upon IN CIIANCERY NO. 3084
of said Lot 5 In the same westerly -
the plaintiff
or"plaintiffs attorney, DOROTHY R.
whose name and address is: PARKSPlaintiff.. direction to -a point on the' ;.
W. Cecil Eastern right-of-way of the \
Grant
, .s.
407% Main Street CLAUDE CL PARKS. Florida East Coast Canal; I
thence in a Southerly direction I
Daytona Beach. Florida Defendant.
9
JFOR not later than May 3rd A. D. 1960. NOTICE TO DEFEND- a distance of 160 feet to a pointIn
If 'you fail decree THE STATE TO said right-of-way which Is
to do so. pro OF FLORIDA. :
= confess will be* entered againstyou Claude C. Parks the same point as the South line
FILL & SAND t
SHELL
would be Block 2
for the relief demanded in the Residence UnknownYou of said Lot 7,
bill of The nature of notified that If projected through to the
complaint; are hereby a
said, suit suit has In right-of-way thence In a east- 1
DIRT CONTRACTSCALL being for divorce. been filed against you
WITNESS my hand and seal of the "above entitled cause; and you erly direction to the Southwest ,
said Court this 28th day of MarchA. are hereby required to file your answer corner of said ,Lot 7. Block 2; I
.D. 1910.Omelal with the Clerk of this Court thence In a northerly direction I
along the west end of Lots 7. I
( Seal and to thereof' upon
) copy
serve
a f
6 and 5 of Block 2 to the place.
RALPH HARBERT the plaintiff plaintiff's attorney
E, or ,
of beginning. that
I Clerk of said Circuit Court whose name and address is: EXCEPT
'.\, I EMIL MISSINNE March, 31 & April 1-U-21-4tc J. Robert Durden 2 part heretofore of Lots 5 taken, 6 and or 7 conveyed of Block 'j

,. 321. Orange Avenue for road right-of-way for State !
Floridanot
Beach.
Phone HE 9-2094 Daytona
t" later than April 25th A.D. I960. Road AlA .

: The Only folly qualified'c..ate FLAGLER BEACH i l' lilt $agler Sribnnt confesso.If, you fall will to be do entered so. decree against pro in above the named above styled plaintiffs court and by you the

you for the relief demanded in the
for hereby file
.BUJI1IDH.I. FLORIDA bill of comolaint. The nature of are required to personally
or by attorney ; with;
your
-- i said suit being for divorce.
FOR BIDS hand and seal of the Clerk of said court your answer
RnQUAwr WITNESS my
COMMtSSWHERA6WCUITURE 1- 'The Town Commission of the 'I said Court this 21st day of March I or other defensive pleadingsto
the In said suit and
of Flagler' Beach is asking MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor A.D. 1960. complaint
to thereof IL T.
serve a upon
: clearinglots In that copy
OF" bids for ( I
Cook plaintiffs attorney whose I
of Flagler Beach RALP'H.E. HARBERT
part of the Town :
I address is Bunnell. Florida. on or
bounded as follows? Deicmatedf @eteW PabIleaH.a Clerk of said Circuit Court
before the 25th day of April. A. D.
On-the North' by y19th State Road Jo V PnbUc notice .f FlatterCuty March 24-31 & April 1-U-4tc I 1960 and the Flagler Tribune

i'. theo. \ tfce IW South AIA. and on West MuielpaHtle* tfcereta, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND Tribune which is a newspaper
t the prescribed
meeting requirements
3ueeMuJ,former. FOR FLAGLER COUNTY. FLOR-
". S .' Business, man by Per flaAvealie.oa.ibterseted tit btd"ngon and the State .* Fl.rMBatered IDA IN CHANCERY NO. SO79 by law for such purpose the is
I ; -- may 'get a. list W.M. MILES and wife. EDITH. P. hereby designated as newspaper .. .
-: B+illc.tui to'rants Schools this .lat= drtn# A. MARSI- in :which this notice shall ,
t
:
cleared calltag RALPH
be by MILES and
of the Jot *r
".' JB. S. &a' i" Agriculture at tfee Tow*- Halt. tut .**..* Class matte CANO and wife, MARIE, B. MAR- be published once a week' for four
p' .effM. for''t1 8 lot SICANODAYTONA consecutive vreeks. ; ,
,' .. AB-r Ids the oAe of the welearlnsbe ownClerk Feferiuiry C,101Z,at tlw rest./et Plaintiffs- Herein faiL, not or 'Decree Pro

.. ',, ; ..l'., ,>- .,, .. 1IHI8t Joltor ****** the next regra- at BviweH, Fl.rl... aaierr,act .* ..va- Confesso will be entered against
&}..' ... f mily Man tar motiQ of tl* 'tpo'W1t Cowmi BEACH HOLDING you. *;i* : ,

,.'( '- >l...-.......if f... senrte*" ... : 'Ttil. '::1....., s Its r<*,!. 19ft.year CORPORATION a dlssolred aI Flo.r-'--*-r Witness my hand;as -'clerk'-and
.: et _
-- 'fte' r ,Jon reserves 1.-COrporatlon. etc. :the weal of said .;court!#this Isth
1IIt 1 "t. tr. :ffeilfe-Afrfeukure t.he sad ait bids -3.- S Defendants day of March. ADD:tU60. <
d-J t e I 0"" DEFEND :
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'>' 4se NOTICE TO .
:* : 'Jr. '"'., ::::a.'IlTW I 'eaii eioIIlh-:: -..: '. -1.K' i IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF RALPH E. HARBERT
: : -- 'Tows' Clerk. --- FLORIDA. TO: t Clerk the above styled court

March J4-J1 fta Daytona Beach Holding Corpora- March 24x31k April ?-11-=4 tc

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Barometer Boom .1 in America .
Famous
Snapshots: Spots Vote to Elect ,

:Leap Year Babies I '' "" ,:: ':'..'.4 ')"'"... .< 'J..'.".."v ..:,.:. ,,.., ::..::; :;,: ::.::H:*; :: ,
: : : :' : : : = .: jrJ 111
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-Total AboUt 11,000 ,' .. ', .. ; ",.,."'1 : Lamar Harris/Jr.V ]

Some 11,000 babies,i were born I IA
j f Clerk of the Circuit Court V
in the United States February
II
.29-the rarest. day on' the 1960 I .

calendar.' II Flagler County : .t

The estimated' crop of Leap i I I Wilt Conduct.The Office In An Efficient, Courteous
I Year Day babies-based on x : and Business like manner. *. ., '
census estimates--joined 118-
000 other Americans whose I I Will Appreciate Your Vote In The May 3rd
Ii
birthday comes only" once every I l .Primary. '
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four years. Pd Pol. Adv. by Lamar Harris Jr
f Many may ,consider' this a .
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minor The ---
tragedy.
National ---
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Geographic Society notes, however :

that several famous peo- S To The People of Flagler County:
ple have been born on February ,

t 29, Including' Ann Lee, founderof It is with due consideration that I annqunce my

the Shaker sect, and the candidacy for the -office of County Judge, subject '

!, Italian opera composer, Gl ac-,
chino Rossini., At 72, Rossini weird forest of fluted cacti towering over undergrowth of typical to the Democratic Primary on May 3. ;
Desert amid surroundings dominated ,
Sonoran vegetation spectacular
celebrated what'be, termed his by three massive mountain ranges. This "wilderness of unreality" Is I earnestly and sincerely solicit .your'UP'PQrt and :
t '18th birthday and facetiously a dense leafless forest of massive columnar cacti 'which covers the vote for this office.
k announced that he planned to desert' 17 miles from historic Tucson., Arizona. Except for one or
turn over a new leaf and two isolated spots In southeastern California, the Saguaro Is limitedin j
j abandon ,the frivolities of youth. its range to northwestern Mexico and southern Arizona.This amaz- T. K. (Buddy) McKnfght ,
Rossini, Gilbert Miscalculated ing desert giant reaches its maximum size and densest stand at the .1
foot of the Tanque Verde Mountains. In a majestic setting of aboreal Pol. Adv.. Pd. by T. K. (Buddy McKnIght' :
I Actually Rossini 'waS a year desert frowned upon by the searred and furrowed slopes cf three )
younger by the calendar than mountain ranges. the famous Cactus forest seems a bizarre bit of I
he thought, because 1800 was another world transplanted to this sphere. 1
I not a leap year. We S. Gilbert Like people in a crowd, the giant cacti are all similar, yet no two Thanks
made a similar miscalculationin exactly alike. Grotesque rather than beautiful, there Is a weird feel- Sincere q qI
ing of friendliness in each,massive, awkward julk. The imaginative
the "Pirates of Penzance,
person may find in many of them a strange resemblance to the figures wish to express my sincere thanks for the con-
whose plot concerns a pirate'sapprentice of humans and animals,punctuation marks,and other familiar objects. \
fidence the people of Flagler County have shown. .
born on Leap Year. Spectacular at any season the Saguaro National Monument is '
I
The rule is that, every year especially beautiful during April when the desert is carpeted with a in nominating me without opposition to another i
represented by a number divisible multicolored assortment of ephemeral wildflowers. And May brings term as Tax Collector. I will continue to work for .
t 4 Is blossoms of many varieties cf smaller cacti'which are dwarfed by the the best interest of the public. : .J I
by ,a leap year except
themselves, crowned with
towering fluted columns of the saguaros
those divisible by '100 but not gleaming tiaras of creamy white blossoms that later turn to-brilliant ,
1 400. Thus 2000 will be a leap scarlet edible fruits. J. Frank Mercer ; .1
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but 1800 and '
'L year, :1900 were ----- '
PeL 'PoL. Adv. by J. Frank Mercer i
not. ber of days. The ancient Egypt-I ber (ninth month), and December I I
i : The calendar oddities arose because ians calculated that it (tenth month) got their I

the earth does not go a- bout ,365U days-a figure names.

t ,round the sun in ah exact num.Community markably close to the re-I At first Julius's calendar worked FOR CLERK OF THE CIBGUIT!GOURT

estimate of 365 days, 5 well enough. But by the 16th

f 48 minutes, and 4551- seconds. century, the, 'calendar year had VOTE FOR

Julious Caesar, in promulgatingthe gained so much on the solar T. Shelton BrooksI

, .Julian calendar in 45 B.c., year that spring was comingin

f ChurchInterdenominational assigned: 365'.days' to normal early': March' Instead of on wish to announce that I am a candidate,for-the office of
Memorfal\
years, ,with :an extra, day added the March-2].,' equinox., Pope CLERK CIRCUIT COURT FOR FLAGLER COUNTY
to every fourth year. Gregory:"XII1!.}502-1585) dropped -
: i Ave. in the Democratic Primary on May 3
r FLAG R Julius' quite naturally added 10 days from the year, decreeing -

BEACH the odd day to February, which that henceforth leap years T. SHELTON: BROOKS- .

t Sunday School, '10:00 A.M. then was the last month of the should be omitted in alt century' May' thank you in advance for your vote and supportPoL

Church Service 11:00 A.M. year, The old Roman year ''be years not divisible by 400. Adv. Pd. by Lucille Brooks, Treasurer

f gan in March, which explainshow Reforms Proposed
,I. ,'. R. W. DICKERT. Pastor September (seventh month) 'Even with this refinement, a . . . .

It" ( EVERYONE WELCOME. I October (eighth month), Novem- drift ot more than a week may I

f AA &A&&A& & - AA -- _--, .occur.. _.__ by_ OnO A.,D., 10,000. A Presbyterian Wish to Announce to the People of Flagler County

: minister-astronomer suggested I That I Am A Candidate For

in 1956 that, leap year be
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Re-Elect suspended until the year 2000to ... :-;;- ii.r....;.. .....
allow the, calendar to correct County Commissioner :'
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P; I husband.seeking women, the DISTRICT NO. 5 ..

County Judge of :* proposal was not adopted.. 0<
Flagler County
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The forecast
for this
year'slcap
I I Own and Operate A Farm In The Bimini Seotion ,
; year babies was geared by V
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;: : r ,;,I. have. served as your County Judge and -Juvenile the Census Bureau to the current ; and A Small Business, BunnelL If elected
". : '. '. daily average-11,000. For : I Expect To Apply Acceptable Business Practices
:Judge. the past four years and,. prior to that I was '
i":. their future birthdays, infants To ,My_p'A, Action, On The. Board ", .
i i'.J: pce of the Peace for several years. who arrived on the 29th will :

.. "t ': t'' .. have a traditional recourse: they : "V "
.-';. ""i'*' .' ,.. HOKE COBB, .-
I' <;-':',':, "- %. ." DUANE A. DEEN can adopt February 28 or March f : ;
1 as :their birthday in
"' .: ;' Your Vote and years
Support Will Be'Appreciated
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f without leap days. This custom Pd. PoL AdV. by Hoke CobbSupport ;;:t
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; Pol. Adv.,Pd |jy Duane A. Deen Y
. : has some legal sanction. An Act ,: .
:: of Parliament passed during the -- -- .

rt -h. : reign persons of Henry born VIII on February providedthat ..II.jIIHIIHBiIIlillltlIIliIlJlIiHiliIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIiIIlIH! !!! !!! iIllHIIIlmIlHlliimII! !! IlIlfI! fl ijgIMili"Inm I",

29 were entitled" to regard February
ReElecfHomer 28 as their birthday anniversaries and Vote
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fa years other than ;
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For .
leap years." tOMAR
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t:..; S.eriff.f Fligfer Canty .I[GARDENS tvPu slisbiss J std .- v. CandidateCitty -# '' .


MJ9.Uf f*139 fm 415 pa Superintendent ofPablic SchoolsI

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:: Fo 'Continue, Honest, Fair 'and Impartial I 1 believe that having a :Masters Degree in Education my

f- experience as a teacher and my record In Flagler'County

": "* Enforcement- TV..BobSERVICE makes me wholly qualified, for youA* Superintendent of .
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'4II jMr*,:fxpfrkMMt .lim to keep petty politics and cliques out of the schools;',
all makes, needs
I This County a public relations man. an educator,

$ EifimnMt: 'Flatter' Gary a man of dignity for this office. s '

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f i fand ,,: t-: .,p'ttd.te l 04 .r ttn CJucator'jok '
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Elmer Slaugh from the University f-, ...........a a..-a_-._'.._.a....,..
t Committee "
/ro Reports i
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: Beach I of Florida in Gainesville : O. F. ALFORDRegistered

Outlook for spent the weekend here with his I
Investigations Family
,1 'I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis :I"
Continued from Page 4

Granted For Trio I:Living Is Excellent FLAGLER BEACHMETHODIST Slaugh.. :4 4 Estate Broke)

BunnelL Florida
No contest pleas were enteredby I|'I Family food supplies for 1960 CHURCH "i The Flagler Beach PTA will '............a....tl'a...a..aJ'J'.............JI..."..
are generally expected to be I meet at 7:30 at the school cafe-

attorneys. representing Wil J i large, according to the Florida Rev. Reynold Hoover, minister I torium. All members and parents '
liam Sandlin, 22, and Virginia i ; of the Flagler Beach Methodist I j
i Agricultural Extension Service are invited to attend this Frank Glad'sSHOE
Carol Callahan 19, of Lake City Otulook Committee e,_ Church, announced that the I meeting Tuesday night. &

Tuesday in the Flagler County 'I Methodist Men's; Club would Rev. Reynold Hoover* will be REPAIRRoute

Circuit Court, to charges 'of With an adequate.food supply have a breakfast on Sunday, guest speaker. There will also

armed robbery., I and high income,'specialists say April 3, from 8. fto 9 A. M. in be a surprise entertainment feature 11-Rear Dunn Hdw.
i families will be able to buy for the Woman's Club building;- The I General Shore Repair
and election of officers
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Pre sentence investigations
I good nutrition. morning worship service at 10:30 II
. ; were ordered, by the court for I
will be a union service I M '
... Miss Callahan, Sandlin and the f On a per capita basis, as in with special must! by the choir. FREE PAINT : :
third, William Reed,16, who hada :.1959, slightly more than one- FRED A.
Church school ,follows at 11:30. One extra gallon of your choice :
hearing earlier this month. fifth of the disposable personal I with each buy FRifm..IJ
I On :Monday evening, April 4, frallor you I I \
income will be spent for food.
'The cases were continued un- I Retail food prices are slightly I i at six o'clock,: there will be a Mary Carter Paint Store :I DIAMONDS ,

til April 26 at 1:30 P.M. I II lower, but this will be offset by church fellowship supper with a Onnond Beach at Coquina Darn : :
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increased purchase of more expensive question and answer period a .Also Westarate Shopping Outer t'w,............J"...a-".....-...-.........J\I't/'J :

: foods and more "con songfest and also an official -..,/....,/.....a,/.........................,/.....-.,/..........,/........,/......................" I
meeting of the board following.All .

CLASSIFIEDADS I venience" foods. meetings are held in the Fir CtHiity Cimsissioser District No. 5 I''

Milk production will be up Woman's Club"building. I .
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I slightly, but the supply per per. VOTE FOR' .

son will be somewhat lower. Retail I
COMMUNITY MEMORIAL l -

XJitlaff uador this fceadfM an I i prices will likely rise. CHURCH... TEXT "I.H LYMAN L. GAGE I II

a GO cent cent per I*word minimum each laaerttmt charge Meat consumption will probably Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor of shall appreciate your vote and support in the I

be higher than in 1959. the Community Memorial .
May 3rd .
FOB SALE-Central at 22nd 1 ,Primary.If
The increase will be in beef at Church will continue his seriesof
I block from ocean, near woman's prices a little lower than they sermons on "God's Estimateof elected I pledge an honest and efficient administration. 5 I
club large stucco house 2 bedrooms 5
have been, the committee. S
says His Son" next' Sunday morn. i
sleeping porch, fireplace,
partly furnished, $6,500.00 on Processed fruits and' vegetables ing, April 3, at the 11 A,M. wore Pol. Adv. Pr. By'Lyrnan L. GageINSUREStay % I

i will be Jn adequate supply. ship service. Sunday 'school Is I ,
contract or $6,000.00 cash. owner,
"; More dried fruit will be avail. held each Sunday at 10 A. M.I" -- -- ..
" Wm. T. Lloyd. 3-31-Itp {
able. Larger supplies of oranges, with classes for all ages.
: FAR SALE-Fresh dressed Pork: fewer apples and tangerineswill I Insured & Rest AssuredGET

}. for your freezer or barbecue. All be available.r Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Weaver ,

; sizes. See Hannah. Rodgers Grapefruit will remain at a- and family were> called to North THE BEST PROTECTION FROM .
k : Grocery. 3-31-2tc bout the same supply level. Po. Carolina on account of the deathof I ,
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tato prices will advance, supply his sister there Monday night. +
i l1 FOR RENT-2 bedroom home in i
H. T. COOK AGENCY
will be adequate. Fresh produce I
owned H. H.
Beach
: Flagler by will remain the same as last David Wakeman came from I

" ,Dolch. Phone HEmlock 9.2248, year. Grain supplies will be adequate California to'Visit here with Mr. Citizens lank ::11.(. Bunnell, Florida J I
Beach.I
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Flagler at slightly higher prices. and Mrs. E. J. Chaffee.
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metlcs you know you can sell
t them. Write for Interview with "

r.. 'N' .. .. Lock District hart. Manager Fla. NOWV' box 246,' See The Dinah Shore. Chevy,Show in color Sundays NBC-TV-The Pat Boone Chevy Showroom ,:,weekly ABC-TV --4-- 1
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FOR RENT--Furnished 6-room '
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per month. Capitol Motel, Ko-

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YOUR BEST BUY .
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'f' Florida room, 1& bath,' utility 'J. -,..', .,

i. room, tarazza floor, central heat, f.
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bath big all electric kitchen; :' --- I'
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room utility room
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Conrair two cars b one.Just one quick flip end yoa when that's full you can start on, the trunk. : .
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garage.
: SIX-PASSENGER. increase the legga**al parcel space to 2&9 coWc Corvair, you see, is no ordinary compact } ; 4
local builder E.
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t -. Venice Park, Flagler Beach, telephone CAR ORSTATION six-passenger capacity If* standard ewe engineered-with independent suspension at .
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J. COASTALBEIIMUD -Cecil Net. SEDAN Corvair does car-pool duty with the biggest can't compare anything else coming out :.. .
: .' and best of them. to work school these with
' ', ties will plant Coastal Bermuda, -" Going or or days a Conrair.Drive one...soon. < -
. out for the evening, youVe got a genuine .
.- ,. furnish all seed grass, equipment ....CORVAIR_ IS BOTH! six-seater.: As for carting around piles of stuff For economical: B %yCBBtransportation |
;; .: and labor, contact: C. H. .
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Cowart for detallk <*< 3.24.4tc f ,-... r2GuEr

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FOR-- SALE Three ideal' lots on .l::: r ;:? t' :. ,

North Moore St. close to school, f f .

:;. .". "paved street in town, needs no .' -
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