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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: April 14, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
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System ID: UF00079914:00173
 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. 14 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY; APRIL 14, 1960F( : : ; 2.50 A YEAR .

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YFW Sponsors BAND PARENTS Plans StartedFor HARDINS ATTEND, I .. EDITORIAL COMMENT

SPONSOR SUPPER -... COUSIN'S FUNERALIN WE:CAST OUR4

AND SALE SATURDAYThe AUGUSTAMr.

'Kart Races',.-at Band Parents*are sponsor- Fourth ,July and Mrs. John Hardin VOTE FOR t

% ing a chicken pilau supper at I were called to Augusta, Ga.

24 the school cafeteria on Thursday I i Fete At Beach i Monday where they attended I MAYOR: BURNS ,

Airport April evening (tonight) prior to the the. funeral of their cousin, WillF. (By:.Eula Fuller) ;
Easter Parade and Womanless I Agee.
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post scheduled for Plans for a three-day weekend service held ''
Wedding that eve- The funeral was I Mayor Haydon Burns, candidate "'; ;
2213, made plans at their meet ning. They will begin servingat Fourth of July Celebration Has I on Tuesday afternoon.Candidate for nomination as Governor ..:t- i
:ing Tuesday to sponsor "Kart 5:30. been started. The Second An. Florida, brought his cam Jt" I!

:Haces" at the ,airport on April They also are sponsoring a nual Miss Florida East Coast I !I paign to the voters of Flagler ,
24. They already have.representatives bake sale in front of the River I Beauty Contest :will, of course, Burns County Monday noon when he I

from Palatka, Daytona I side Furniture store Saturday be one of the highlights of the, I spoke in front of the courthouse. =::dt-
Beach and Bunnell who will morning, also a rummage sale I three day affair.If !Talks to Voters i We have carefully studied the f ;:::-

compete in the races. at the Bass'Nursery on South sufficient cooperation is received past records and also the platforms ;:
'The post also made additional No. 1. the field of contestantswill .
Highway Mayor Haydon Burns, candidate of the ten men who are : i
plans for the, Talent Show be ,broadened to include for Governor, visited here !actively campaigning as candi-, : !
;' which will be staged at the Community areas of thestate and South
dates for In our I
Farris, e Monday noon, filling a speak-. governor. way .
Bryant ; "
Center on ,April 29. Georgia that were not includedlast "'
.: I ing engagement at the court-of reasoning we have come to 1
Delegates elected to attend Fourth ot July. -'
I house at o'clock.. {the conclusion that Haydon -.1;
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',' .the District 8 meeting: in Ocoee I Here SaturdayFarris Sam Malphurs and Associatesof A delegation of supporters,}Burns, as Mayor 'of Jacksonville j,' # '
Sunday were Commander Wil I Ormond Beach will be the headed by the County Campaign J for the past 11 years, has been *f :t.u>

fred Hunter, Dale.Brown, Eugene Bryant, candidate for promoters of the proposed three.I Chairman D. D. Moody, met Mr. '"practicing what he is now .,..it
"Nipper, Russell. Improto, Shelton. Governor, spent a short .time I day celebration. Last year this preaching." '
the
Burns and his party at city: .
Clifford Higginbotham, here Saturday morning visiting organization handled the stage-
...Barber limits escorting them through I With his experience as :Mayor '''.
Bobby Kendall, and Harold Hig.ginbotham. with friends and supporters.He ing of the First Annual Miss the downtown. section. of one of the largest cities of f

.. I was met at the airport by Florida East Coast' Beauty Contest After a luncheon with suport- the state he has had the opportunity : I-- ;

Miles Edge, District "Chief of his County Campaign Manager, receiving excellent press I ers he spoke at the courthouse,' to gain the experience / f" I
Staff of Daytona Beach was a I I R.A. (Red) Powell,. and spent I coverage ,throughout the state. in administering Jacksonville's +
presenting his platform to the I
guest at the meeting.The some time on a tour of the I Three different television shows voters of the county.A < budget of more than $65,000,000 !
next meeting will be a I I downtown section,and also visited were obtained' to give .publicityfor delegation of supporters accompanied a year. This experience can well :

Joint:: installation with the Auxiliary at the courthouse. the affair. him to _Ormond be used in administering the
on April 26 when the public To have more contestants state's business in the next four
where met
they were bjrVolosiaCounty
: is invited to attend., from areas further away than "*- years. .
Lions and Band Supporters
Commander Hunter ,said tro I last year will mean that some : I On. the' race question.. .Mayor
:phies for Football,.Baseball, and of the contestants and their I Burns said; I

: F.F.A. will be presented 'at x this i I Il Benefit From .- chaperones will have to, spend --'Annual I CancerDrive .= J I "Florida's enviable racial re-

Jime. It the night. Which, of course, accommodations lations should not be torn ':
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1.1-" .. Kidfe Rides will have. to be Set for ''-tApril'28tht ';I'Asunder either. by desperate
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furniShed and it is the of L
nope politicians or by a 'sensational'
Ca HMni.ioa AtBetiHofrfts
Sam Malphurs and Associatesthat .' C segment of the press. The traditional
: Leonard Moody, president of .some.. of the good citizensof separate. and equal
the .Bagwell... .. Liars Club, reportitiJi Flagler ,aunty will invite a philosophy, Iii.honestly applied
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..\ .. ,.. ed' :*elized. a totaKofdtl.i&jEiinBel : contestant adrher I Ibe .
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:. The "Town' ; Commissioners of sponsored recently, *. funds td' defray ,the ex- Gail\Kelley* said today; those who for personal and political -
} Flagler. Beach,. held thek reorganization President Moody also said he pense of- stageing, the three-day Mrs. Kelley said after thedrive reasons try to engender
Thursday celebration, there Is going to bea will hatred
meeting has appointed,. a nominating the workers go to the and unrest. -
'"' evening with' K.N, Givens being 'I committee composed of Past great need for manpower to home of ,Mrs. John Canakaris "The responsibility for pre
elected chairman. Thomas I run the many added features. where she will serving the
serve ,
II peace maintaining
Presidents 1.R. Shelton, Jack \
.W. Duncan, was elected as vice J i Clegg, George Wickline_ Wlllard For civic this manpower the various ments.j refresh-I law and order and meeting the
:. chairman. I Tucker, ,Walter Morris, C.B.I organizations of the county Those who have been needs of all citizens is vested in
*R.R. :Mosby, re-elected in the I Eisenbach, and John Day. will be asked to take a project to the committee for .the elected public officials. My
They I
;March election, and Charles ,II will present a slate of officers i ii Awards or trophies needed for a"re: Wanda Mercer Bette ]dc-I position of no race mixing Is
Bondy, replacing Charles Cha i to be voted on at the club meet j such events will be furnished by Daniel Pearl; Blakely, Ria understandable to all citizens.
; ron, were sworn in at'this meet ing on April 25. :Malphurs Associates.The ston, Louise Harris, Jeanette :My honesty In the administration

: ing.Rudolph I Visitors present were Hal tentative program for the I Jones, Margaret Cook, Freda of separate but equal gov-
Peterson was re I Shontz of the Arlington Club in three day affair carries eventsin )Deen, Kathryn; PerrYman, Bon.. ernmental services and facilitiesis
appointed town clerk. I Jacksonville and Rudolph Peterson which youngsters as well' as.nie Higginbotham, Janice ;Mur- an established record."

R; The commission made arrangements i of the Piersqn club. Invited grownups can participate. 'The ray, Gwen. McGriff, Frances' Ed- These are two of the important -
: with Sam Malphurs guests were L o Baker and Tom I Horseshoe. and Checker Tournament ,monson. Peggy 'Worley, and reasons, along with many
Associates 'of Ormond Beach to :: can not only prove to be Mrs. Herschel Simpson.At others, that we have decided to
.spon or the Fourth of July Cele Haynes., I a wry exciting\ event, but will be I Favorita will be Mrs."Emma support our neighbor Mayor
bration. They also voted .and '' features that both the press and Jean Strickland; St. Johns Haydon Burns. '

instructed the clerk to order the I Democratic .television vill follow during the Park Marjorie Kinney; Korona, We urge you, the voter, to
Rally
fireworks ,which vyill' be used in three days( it is In progress. Mrs.. James Buono; Bimini, Betty study the Jacksonville Story for

[ the celebration on the night of Date Is Set For The Fisli a-Thon, a new event Steflik; Espanola, Delia Joyce the past 11 years with Haydon
i ,July Fourth. added la t year and which Emery; Haw Creek, Becky Clegg.. Burns as Mayor; also his platform -
> proved to pe a very popular one, At Beach
Consideration garbage collection S3 Flagler members of as candidate for Governor,
Saturday .April
drew contestants tfrom as far,
; by-private,person or persons I :; the Junior Woman's Club will before casting you vote J.-fay,3.
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I ; and' 'bids" werecalled for I At a 'meeting of the Flagler away as tj ainesville. This ,year take care of the drive.In .
the meeting'to. be held tonight., County Democratic Executive it will start at 6 A.M.- Saturday, thea-Colored section Rev.
t : .. CommJseioner Duncan offered CommitteeFriday, evening plans July 2.. aid run through to 5 M.'B: Britton will conduct the Graveside Funeral

f : : resolution, that. the chairman I were made. for--the Countywide P.M. July! 4th. annual drive. -
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.of the eommis&Ion' to write to Political Rally to be held on To publicize the Fourth of The fire siren will blow at 8 Held Sunday For

i ;' Flagler,Hattoors:Ino, to, find out Saturday, April 23. The program July weekend, It is planned to o'clock to mark the beginning
;\. if they are interested in ne- will begin about 3 o'clock in publish a rochure telling of the of the drive.Personnel. I Spaulding Infant

i':. negotiating a contract to develop the afternoon. opportunities for 'an excellent Graveside funeral service,

;: ..,. _. '_ the marshland. They are The Bunnell school band has vacation to be had in Flagler held Sunday afternoon at was the
brochures will be ChangeAt
\ '!: l' asking' for ,a ;;reply ',within 3Q 1 1t been, invited to play a numberof County These I Espanola Cemetery for Wayne
1 sent to industries as well as
: ,-i 'j selections at the beginningof Chambers of Commerce through. Housing ProjectThe Arthur Spaulding, infant son of
; _. the program, after which all Mr. and Mrs. Horace Arthur
Jr.
part of stateas ,
out the center our
Wjll candidates will be introducedand Board of Commissionersfor of St. Johns Park.
Git3 i Taxes;. well as in Georgia, South and The Infant
: given opportunity to the local housing projects son was born April 7 at the
In addition to
fie Advertised talk, to, the voters. North Carolina. met Monday night to review applications Flagler Hospital and Clinic and
: vacation
of possibilities,
;: telling
> Following tie speaking, an and hire an executive died In the Flagler Hospital
;', City Clark I.:H. Drady said i old faaMqucd fried fish, dinner there will be a coupon whereby director and a maintenance supervisor April 8. on

:-< teay & per :cent of' the '1959, wilt, be' served with all the anyone interested, can. write for to replace Mr. and Mrs. In addition to , information.In
} Caw frf: lUi .wIt lax roll hash trimming*. The committee has further H H. Corley who have resigned. survivors include .the grand-

.. .' jpWt .date. The remain.amounting .j engaged ,Boy O teen to prepare The application of: Charles parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kin-
;:'; ......f 9.,,:cent' todelinquent the dinner. Mwe complete ,details 1693, the first newspaper in Tonkin .was accepted as 'executive ney of St. Johns Park and Mr.
A OHtaxs will be ,aftaeuficed later. the colonies appeared in Boston.It director ,and Charles Worley and ?dr$. Horace Arthur Spauld ..r
iy' ',. :'" ., I The votens of ';vIdiecMmty I was called the TubUck Oc ,as maintenance supervisor. They ing of St Petersburg.'
,, "\ will -be' are invited to attend thfc rally CUf'l'eftce.It It expired four ttoye l,will assume their positions the Rev. %f.L. Spicer, Jr.; pastor

w'" 'tM ..a 1a: 'lot >to. bear the caatdkUtec. in tbeir later because it had been p4>- i first of .May.Composing. of the Bufmell Methodist Church,
of "..eislr. ......<.j bf.. h ems] :"' Mailed without official peraafesk --f I the board are: officiated at the service' and-arrangements

'. .. : taxes.before: n. Today, a free a l.lB dePendeBf i Bten MMJ :erly. W. C, Sullivan, were under -direc-
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PAGE' TWO ': 'i: :, ?-1 1i :iTfm FLAGLER' TRIBUNE BUNNELL, ,1,FLORIDA ': :: :: f-:', V, Thursday, Apr lstl4fL960 1" ":

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VICTOR
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'F'nk. & Glad'sSHOE Easter Parade her operation.11I-:,:
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LIVING COLOR TV '
tVUf The :
Everyone at- school :isjgetting sixth grade is giving a

"LOOK. Ilf FOR THE THE WIN DO'V"PICTURE* I' REPA"IR Bch'iil Ne J4 .: 1' for the Easter egg .hunts"play soon. I'll tell :you more

Southern Radio & Television MOODY BLVD. and parties. Some p'artfes--will about that next week.' '
I I"I. Neat of Railroad by William Neil Eddingei
226 E.. Granada-Ph. OR 72001OIIMOXD i
Shore Repair I be students'Chouses. and others .
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-. will be in the room.-. Cold storage eggs:;are. eggsheld.

... 'iL' .-- Have you heard the latest I We'll have to get to work to ,in cold storage for 60 days I;

I' ? Jeep Worley is getting i finish some of our science or more. j
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= projects. ..:-
,! ETEINAL TIMQIILITY f.f And is he going to *"& < '
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HOT COME riv
town is Invited and that ..J!
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FROM A BOTTLEs
REFINANCEYOUR
...' a slight admission, 50 cents for 5 DEBTS I
With ,a Long Term
adults and .25 cents for students.I'm 5' SERVICEall
; s\. 'TRANQUILIZERS WE DISPENSE ., '

; .- in physician's prescriptions can give wonderful : : less talking Wedding about, and the if you Woman-don't FEDERAL ;LAND BANK makes ,

/ relief to who need help to '
patients 0 overcome : have a ticket I'll be glad to sell FARM LOAN

: tensions. :. you one. The Womanless Wedding R. W. BRYAN Sales, Tubes and

? .THERE IS ONE TRANQUILIZER .' O,; is sponsored by the Future] Production' Credit Assn. Antenna Installation

that can be obtained without a prescription'vhich Teacher's dub. It will be to- Wednesday10:00PALATKA
night in our school gym at 7:30.I FLORIDA PHONE HE 9-2204
: is also approved by physicians. "'
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: YOU CAN GET THIS TRANQUILIZER ". :: I "

.- WHENEVER YOU VISIT THE CHURCH ,

,/ OR TEMPLE There you OF can YOUR hear the CHOICE.message that can' ,truly'._ c- II AREA .B SINESS'DIRECTORY 1 I

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give you lasting peace and tranquility. .., Srf *' : :-" ,

EASTER < / .
IS A PARTICULARLY 0: :
: AUTO BODY BAMBOOBAR FUEL OILKING'S
APPROPRIATE TIME TO ATTEND L

YOUR CHURCH. : 'ti:.-... ODELL HERSEY'SPAINT & COCKTAIL TRUCK STOP

Bring your family and friends,with you.-:'.' & BODY SHOP LOUNGE PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS

Complete Collision Service Open Under Neyr ManagementCome
Published in appreciation ,of the helpful ser'vices '24.HOUR WRECKER SERVICE Delivery in the County on
:' of our local Places of Worship. / Body & Fender Work In and Get AcquaintedOcean Fuel Oil, Kerosene Tractor Fuel

.. Painting Matching, Free Estimates Blvd AlA Flagler Beach Gasoline
u.s.1 So. OF BUNNELI *
< Pharmacy Days ID 7-3372-Nlte ID 7-3267 u.S. 1 N. BunneU XD 7-367S
Moody1 The Coolest Spot for the .Coolest
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: : .: AUTO SERVICEMcDANIEL'S Draft BeerSANDPIPER FURNITURE
BAR
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CORNER DRUG STORE GIFTS -LUNCHES .
-, ID 7-3661 On the Ocean Side of AlA 3 Miles REED'SDiscount
Service Station
North of Flagler Pier Furniture

-, .. STANDARD OIL PRODUCTSTiresBatteriesMinor '. "Keep' T Cool at George & Millie's"I UP TO 507. DISCOUNT':
PHONE HE 9.2156 '
On Furniture and AppliancesNew
Repairs I
and Used
.. "-c .. TO' :: Bunnell ID 7-7119 BUILDING SUPPLIES 1100 Flomich Ave.-Holly Hill

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I Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION WICKLINE FLOOR COVERING

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HAWAIIWITH : Building' Supplies Tilecraft Company
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GULF TIRES & BATPERIESOpen
t r CEMENT -'CEMENT BLOCKS "LET US FLOOR YOU"
: 7 A.M. 10 P.,1d.- DaTa STEEL'
; :;. Armstrong &. Kentile
: State&Lambert, US .1-ID 7-7190: Flagler Beach HE 9.2254 .- Sold and Installed "
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Colonial Service Station'EARL Ormond+ffeach OR 7-3181

:'t : :. "GENIE" HODES: E. RICE. ProprietorGAS"OILLUBRICATION CLEANERS GARDEN SHOP ;.

j MOTOR TUNE-UP B_ UN ELL CLEANERSEVERY Gray's Garden Center

WOMEN'S PROGRAM DIRECTORVROD GOODYEAR TIRES& BATTERIES CLEANING Headquarter for Gardening Need.
U.S HIWAY 1 BUNNELL SERVICE Ceramics, Gifts. Dry Arrangement
S as your hostess -, Materials '
Hall's Atlantic StationJack Open Dally 8.t. 6 Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers

JUNE 21st Phone ID 7 3188 TORO LAWN MOWERS
: tth tt, Hall, Proprietor
.:., ',; .-, GASOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccessories 115 ,N. Bay St. Bunnell 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph.ORMOND OR 7-051 '
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a Two big fun filled weeks ,; _
> CONCRETE PRODUCTS HARDWARE
'ROYAL HAWAIIAN ROAD SERVICE
The famous
HOTELss '
BUNNELL Tel. ID 7-3652 Bunnell Fanners Supply:Co.
Nine days at glorious WAIKIKI.BEACHS"i : '. Your "Q" For ConcreteDial JOHN DEERE
J. L. Presswood GarageSTANDARD Agricultural&Industrial Equipment
i Three ,days,at.KAUAI-MAUI-HAWAII CL 3-8113 STEEL
PRODUCTS
/ Bars & Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled
Two nights in enchanting Inns General Repairing-Road Service DAYTONA BEACH Black&Galvanized Pipe & Fittings
Tires, Tube. & AeeeMorle
Hawaiian native,feast -. QUEEN'S SURD LUAU Visit Our Grocery DepartmentFor Quillian's Concrete Inc. LAWN MOWER REPAIRS
Frozen Foods and Staples DSEN RD. Phone T 7S14J
Catamaran trip into PEARL HARBOR < Cubed lee
*775tax HE 9-2139 PLAGLER BEACH Village Hardware Center
I ,Sightseeing tours of OAHU DRUG STORES
HOUSE PAINTS
: Sullivan's Gulf Service
Many other exciting thrills all for S .
:Match and mix any color
Anderson Store
I' GULlf Drug
:, p1u Builder's Supplies Kitchenwooro
GAS-OILS-LUBRICATION: ..:.. Prescriptions
,' FROM DAYTONA. BEACH VIA TIRE8-TUBE8-ACCESSORIES. GIFTS GREETING CARDSAlA
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Beach Information Sick Room Supplies
: "Specializing In,Service and Ormond Beach CL 2*0420BO'n'LE
,; S NATIONAL & NORTHWEST ,ORIENT AIRLINES Clean Rest oom." Sundries
In The Heart of :Tlagler Beach
3UNNELL- 'aASHARRIS
S ST. PETERSBURG TO PORTLAND TO 1I0NOLULU'Specla Ii

( arrangements for going by ship extra) AUTO REPAIRS Moody's ,PharmacyFlagler BOTTLE GAS
BOTTLE or BULK

Listen "Genie". Hodges 9:05 to 9:30 a.m. and Shield's Service Station County Corner Drug Store FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY

throughout, the day to WROD for details or call or Arcadius Habet' Mechanic PRESCRIPTIONS HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY
COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS DRUGSSUNDRIESI PHONE ID 7.3551
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stop atOIMOIIIEAC.H Right Now We'll Overhaul and I FOUNTAIN SERVICE Help Flagler County Grow

S Repair Your P wer MowerNo ..... .?Fla. Phone ID 7.3661. By Shopping at Home
TRAVEL MENCY, INC. Job Too Big Or Too Small I
111 No. Bay St. Bunnell ORMOND PRESCRIPTION
50' S. Atlantic Ave. Ormond Beach OR 7-5252 RADIO-TELEVISION

; Adjacent to the, Gonquina: Barn EDGAR'S Towing GARAGE24Hour Service I Room PHARMACYSick Supplies-Sundries DON'S RADIO & TV -

.. -- COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS 24-Hour Prescription Service Zenith Sales and Service

;-' Automatic Transmission Service .I Free Delivery in Flagler Beach "We Sell the Best
Wheel Balancing-Front End Rt AlA 1 mL North of and Service the Rest"
.. : Alignment:! ORMOND BEACH 'TeL OR 71661Thompson
FOR ALL HOURS OR NIGHF
: -DAY 240 Granada onnond-OR '-eee; AUTO RADIOS A SPECIALTYU.S.

5 Pharmacy Hwy. 1, Ormond. OD:7.147
:: AMBULANCE' I' AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONHOLLY YourIealth: Is Wealth
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PIfNE: VAh..y.! 4-1625 HILLHYDROMATIC Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS-

; : SERVICE. 'ST..A1J..I- ;FLODA: Reltuildi SERVICERepai..mg : Jn Our Hands Fresh Orange Juice

r.. ':H: rer>be"iMtHs&t. about cellfe* a i. :;' ::- ,' 0'r 'OX ALL-MAKES a1AUTOUAIIC + c 141 W.Granada-Orraond 71421FLOORS THE AUTRYS
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,. 7-:1S11.: SOUVENIRS & GIFTS
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>BAR AND PACKAGCSTOMC DCAL ID 7-3348 FOR TOUR
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,.: The Stamps Circle of the Mrs. Judy .Clark and :Mrs j t A large group of her friendsI -

.C" A' A5eack WMU of the ,Baptist Ccurch met Jerry Barker entertained: Friday I were present,and there was. a

af} .; ;: \'J: 'Jr I Tuesday morning at the home evening ,at Gore Lake with an picnic supper : served with. the- .

t. .. of Mrs. Ethel RumlJl with a oyster roast honoring their I oysters which were,.., ..roaste4I'

\ : ,.- LUNA BABBITT. ..;i I good attendance They worked mother, Mrs., Gene Hart; It on,:tray cards 'to be sent to the 'C
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.. hospital for Easter and the
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I Home. They discussed arranging :J
CHURCH ANEWSThe'Ladies I
Mrs, Aubrey'Splvey was, honor a' study course this month p'1
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Guild. of the Com j guest at the meeting of the I on missions for this circle and' c '. ;

munity Memorial Church will Young Married Peoples' Sunday the entire WMU. M LU 1E"'W .

meet at 2 P.M. Thursday at the School Class of the Baptist I .
home of Mrs. Hannah Vogel on Church which is taught by Billy Mr. and Mrs. Alfred T. Traver .

Central Ave.' Babbitt. The meeting 'was heldon stopped over to visit Mr. and I -r.;s

1 rS.. Flossie Haines,' Sunday Friday evening at the .homeof ,Mrs. Frank Brede on their return -' '.. I' OPENUNIER :'- ';
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school superintendent, announced I Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Spivey.I to their home in Chesire, I :' r;

that the Easter egg hunt Aubrey, president of the class, Conn., after spending three .

would 'be held at 10 A.M. Fri. presided during the business weeks in Fort Lauderdale. I NEW MANAGEMENT i iI
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day on the Church grpunds and meeting and the social followed. I .
that each child is requested to The honoree was presented with Nelson Shultz arrived to visit

.... bring two 'hard-boiled eggs. :many beautiful gifts in a blue his parents, Mr. and Mrs.. Clarence Conk In and Get AcquaintedFlagler

,The Easter Sunday morning bassinet. Baby bingo was play- Shultz. He came from

worship service will be delivered j I ed and prize winners were.. Mrs. Evansville, Ind.. but has recent- Beach On Ocean Shore Blvd. AlA ,
on "The Resurrection Mira. Glen Taylor, Mrs. Wardeen Spi" ly returned 'there from a two-" .
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cle" by the pastor, Rev, R. W. vey, Mrs. Betty Littlefield and year stay in Germany with the ._ p ft. 11 r ;
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The fellowship supper at the Dainty refreshments were .
Church last Thursday eveninghad !!served by the hostesses, Mrs. Mr land Mrs. William Wight- ". CRAIG FUNERAL HOME

an_ attendance of-about 100 I I Pat ,Davis and Mrs. Muriel Kirk man from Jacksonville spent .
members and It decided patrick. Among those presentwere
guests. was the weekend in the Meeks cot A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director
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during the business meeting : Mr. and Mrs. Dick Little- tage.

after the supper to build an field, Mr. and 'Mrs. T. J. :Miller, .,",- JOHN HARDIN. Associate

.' addition to the church. It will Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Davis, Mr. Mr. and Mrs:" Ernest Butuex I AIR OXYGEN
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be attached to the present build and Mrs. Jim Migrant; Rev. and from Interlachen were visitors I I EQUIPPED

: ing at.the. rear and will be used Mrs. Glen Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. here on Saturday and Sunday. CHAPEL ATTENDANTPhone AMBULANCESCONDITIONED .

.. for Sunday school classes, and Owen Kirkpatrick, Mr." and Mrs. ..K, .. .

other 'church activities. Namedon William Babbitt,. '!MS. Betty Mrs. Alma Hunter is leaving :.' ID 7-3532

the building committee were I' League: and :Mrs. Margie Parker this week for Ohio where _she
Harmon Wingrove, Howard I Next month's social and business will spend the summer, I 201 E. MOODY: BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA- .

:r Wisehaupt, Rev. R.W. ,Dickert, meeting will!:;be at the ,
Willis McDowell and Louis'Bat. I I home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick, Lit
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visit in Orlando,with her son r:1: The apartments "which' ..baveI ,L C "i 4.
in law and daughter; 'Mr. 'and I II been owned about' O,'years/: by I r

I I' Mrs. Frank,Crotty. Mr. and Mrs.::1 r I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence : Shultz J-:: I

Jimmy Hargett of Favofita have recently been sold: The Il

made the trip there to accompany -1 buyer was J.T. Land of Jack ,' l

, her home. Mr. an<| Mrs. sonville who will, take over .,. x; : :
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t'f Hendren and-Mr. and M& Hargett" Virs. Judy Clark left Sunday ; .. :
"c. and family.: '. I'I''t for San Diego, Calif., where she' f fI'. a n a.

: will spend a week with her hus .* '
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WILLIAM ALLEN REYNOLDS Sgt. Clark is to arrive there <

and from Iwankuni, Japan, with his 4 t14 ,
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Reynolds of Venice Park, Flag.
: : ler Beach, announce the, arrival fore returning to Japan. h
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Clinic and Hospital in Bunnell. |I Daytona (' ,.r s
with Rev. and Mrs. Glen .
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:' him William Allen., ,, 'I

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c rememberance.were Mrs. Virgil Guests Hoover present, Mrs.Flossie SECRETARY j..eeaed Qe h

Haines, .!-Irs.- Esther .. .61 % n 'CWihin9i. 4t

Heydt, Mrs Maxim .K elley, Mrs.

L. Bondy, :Mrs. E Juengling, OF STATE, ,
Mrs Florence Schwenk and :: in home .- -

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YOUR, For Quality Furniture No exposed wiring to detract from interior decor! .;': ,.
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r Bunnell Theatre Beat Dtotricf j-. L." ;.J No marring of,.woodwork, walls or floors! "
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V Met .......... Awe.: Holy IIHII f : 1'. 't.ij- '_i. tMou I t 3 house! .. '. "..'- (

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YELLOWSTONE. KELLY I your .f ;
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J classes 'helped fn various center will be openfor the public proud pi one of 'its..young*peo
High ScfcaaiHwMflines> The young people of:the Bap'tfst t I onweekends. There will be ple. Mike Parker wile was one
Church ')1I at finished a weekof ways. They had.a. supper at
I{r games, ping-gong, badmintonand of the 20 high school students;
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how their different the church Monday night,
learning on other forms of indoor and invited to be in :the Florida' Science -
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church offices are run. And they they had a discussion on dating I .c
Bevels i' outdoor recreation Talent Search' Contest-; ,
(By Betty J* : all its.qUite a job. David and ?Thev .
agree going steady.' young _ __ _ _ ___ ___ Jo.'c.T:.
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busy oneS for most of Us, and wonderful-job of preaching last and Rev. Pinner were present at
the Ones ahead will probably Sunday;''David's sermon was about all activities On both nights

be even more so. I ;the. -;responsibility of par they finished the evening; with P. A. (Zip) EDM0NSEtriistly
The. Seniors are .really beginning ents'to young people, and Mike's the group singing and practicing
to feel like Seniors-they pertained'to what parents should for the choir. On Thursday t

got their graduation, invitations expect of 'youth. Both the boys night they went visiting. Satur

this week. Everybody is beginning -t t did a fine' job of putting over day night the week came to a ,Sflin'fs Yo rViIe f all."S..rt:
to think about prom. The their different points of view. climax with the opening of the I
Other members of the recreation center. .. f" "
Juniors have decided to have it young I new ..youth
in Daytona Beach this year at --- fir The Office ifSheriff "

the Bath'and Tennis Club again. "
"Dates are to be In as soon as INSVRE-Stay 1 lumcd ft Rest Assured i .

possible," was the last message PROTECTION I : of f Flagler! CtfiffrSubject

from the Junior Class.' GET THE BEST FROM .
Economics classes have
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been learning how .to cook.They I I I The 3 Denoerati JPn,11J :
have been doing real welL H. T. COOK AlENpY. j Te May *. ., t a .
And if you don't think so just I : .

ask Mrs."Broadaway. She:knows Citiieas Bank BWg. -..BwHieH; FIeria. t j I PoL Adv. rd. by P.A. (Zip) Edmonson' .

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t.T. ..:, .; .y_ .,. j ... majority of Chevrolet models-ffs and Vffs -

-i : :,,} L Y ; ',,,. c. HEVY" yO'U together-list for less than comparable models

i. ,' fi, : of other low-priced cars. But the price tag .. .

fj, r' ,. F alone is only one of a whole raft of reasons a .

-, or : w : ; Chevy does better by your dollars. For in no I
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ANYGAR an X-built ; frame, Safety
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4 ,- c,.;: r. : "earfros" that don't cost you a penny morel ', :': '; =, .
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,., R't. = there Very abruptly-the resemblance ends. 5:, '1'
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-t. Nothing near Chevy's price can match ;
<< the Full Coil cushioning of its nde, or the fine,
FOR LESS finished ,workmanship of its Body by Fisher. 1
:,, .>' ':' That even applies to some cars that cost a lot .
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t '.: ', before you find a car that moves as quietly as a

,_- ,, .;,- ; Chevrolet or offers the inner spay that Chevrolet
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extra coal C
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'Tobacco t produced; in, Florida Retail) prices of farm foods decreased iScientistsWillTfy c on
I > Cdnring;;' "1959,. 'lue.,cured,' arid,I I. generally frf 1959 for the, ,i ,. :: : Vote "
-wrapper leaf, brought the pro- f first time during the: past four'New to Control PT to Elect, .
J Ways '
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Queers. ,$23;?,Opp-* years. .. ,I -
1 |Or Eradicate Bisects i ''ILamar: Harris Jr.

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PERCE STRINGS' BUDDY New methods: ..orinsect con. <
'trol or eradication by, .Clerk bf the Circuit Court; ,{

rD UKC TO TRYTHAT SORRY SJR,BUT HCUU.1 AND SERVICE AT |destruction have been eu-I '1. -
CHECK HAVE TO USE THE Flagler
of : County
we WINDOW. ec s9M&RooM FLAGLER.HARDWARE. t by a U.S. Department '

? ;i of culture releasing entomologist male whose screwworm plan Will. Conduct-The-Office In. An Efficient, Courteous
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w l.t.Burr I'flies, sexually sterilized:: by and Business like manner.. : *
YOU TD A radiation, eliminated this lr-I I ,Will Appreciate Your Vote In The,:.May, 3rd
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; Dr. Edward F. Knipling! now _. ._. _., _
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I production and release of diseased :
To The People of Flagler, County: | insects to infect and kill Re-Elect ,,: ''. .' '

":*. Its::is.: \\ithr .due, .-consideration that I announce my ]and their release kind; and of insects(3) production having Duane A. Been .,-, : T'd.''' "

.candidacy for the office of County Judge., subject ;j inferior or lethal genetic charac- -.'. ... >
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to the Democratic Primary on May 3. County Judge of f 'Flagler Cou'ny! > ;
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T earnestly arid sincerely solicit your. support'andvote
for this office : l ::.:..:..:.' I have, served--as yoUr County Judge 'and Juvenile

: If : Judge, the_'past four years and, prior to that I was

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;' I wish to announce that Iam a candidate for: the.office ofCLERK' t :. I II
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1\:'=,..IW ':: T. SHELTON BROoKs I Llt. County Commissioner

';. May I thank you' in'advance for your vote and support\ : ;" VTDISTRICT; NO. 5
i5ifji- PoL Adv. Pd by Lucille Brooks. Treasurer
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!'r!;. .:,, .?:..-..r .<, VOTE .,..,tion and 'A Small Business in Bunnell. If elected

' > I Am Running For Constable' Of Flagler/. County, 'I Expect To Apply Acceptable' Business. Practices,
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: ;.. :1 FOR NORTH FLORIDA ,wish to announce .the people of Flagler County

:f An experienced attorney and I that I am candidate for reelection"asV _.'
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{:._' ," ( Fir The Oifict Of ., ; :I .: Newspapermen, mare :! for \\their cooperation during. the past 14' ie"ars'as,
.\"': ,:' '.:: than'most of us, know all : ':your Clerk. '; ; .
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.' <'..,,.tr'l: 11-: ThCieiiicritic ,Primary ',Oi 'M..y".a" 1. _i as integrity capability and, dedication, courage. \:- --A- RALPH. HARBERT .

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I Thursday April 14,- 1960 .- .,- THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL,. FLORIDA ,- '. PAGE r SEVEN

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I PINkLLJ.kS: MEET WITH (lao miles from Guam. moreresearth6iththeh.-

(1 MRS. CREWS MONDAY I At the same time another new radiation and the attractant' "

t Mrs. Joan Crews entertained i plan of insect eradication method for other insect pests of

members of the Efoettes Clubon be tried out orr a large scaleon crops, animals, and man.' '

Monday evening of last week I the Bonins,. Pacific islands Dr. Knipling 'says the right J,

1' LOCALS for a "New Orleans" supper and 450 miles south of Japan. Under kind of chemical Insect sterilization ,t,

r business meeting. this plan 'male oriental might easily outdo some ;
b&" lv. .t: '- I [- II -, "-'f ""* I Those present were Betty Haw. fruit 'flies will"be lured to a of the best known insecticides. -

rI I kins, Betty White, Pat Cowart, powerful syntheUcaly-produ ed Development and release of insects ,,' I

CELEBRATES BIRTHDAYANNIVERSARY I I'v.F.W. AUXILIARY Elissa Tilt n, Margaret Ann attractant mixed with an insect. carrying diseases harmful '

L / AT A DANCE, I I HOLDS MEETING. Shelton, Juanita Haywood, Nan icide. only to their own kind wouldbe

Sendral THURSDAY NIGHT cy Rodgers Marorie Kinney, and' If the Pacific tests are successful -'1 of greatest advantage against
Jonnle Define celebrated -j I
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I her thirteenth birthday. I I' V.F.W. Auxiliary to Post 5213 Ann Hunter. Next meeting of they will encourager multiple-matinginsects. .
'' the club will be with MargaretAnn __ __, _
i I. anniversary with a dance party I met Thursday evening at the Shelton. -
at the Civic Center Friday"night. I l Community Center for a business P. ,
'....., Seventy-one of her young' .meeting. I : : ::: : ,
SCIENTISTS WILL TRY
-.. friends attended the' party.J'I Plans were made ,to hold the I NEW WAYS TO CONTROLOR NOTICE :

games were played and a dance i I Joint installation of officers on ERADICATE
INSECTS
contest, was held.A i April 26 at the Community Cen- .
color scheme of pink and I ter. Mrs. Joan Crews was named (Continued from page 6) II
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blue was carried out in the. decorations i installation chairman. 'Mrs Clar- teristics so as eventually" to destroy '

and favors. The cake i ice, Yarborough,. president of an insect race. I Dixicma Restaurarnt

held 13 pink roses, one for each: District 8, will serve as install- He believes these methods

year. officer. might prove more effective than

Chaperones were Rev. W. L. The plans for the Gold Star sterilization by irradiation, Will Be Closed Easter
Spicer, Julie Sendral, Eddie Pel.I Mother Tea were discussed and which has been found to reduce Sunday ;;

licer and Mr. and Mrs. Peterson..Mrs. Alice Johnston and Mrs. longevity and"mating vigor in
named chairmen certain treated insects releasedfor
Mary Pache were -
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EASTER EGG HUNT ..' Members of the Auxiliary will instances, at least, the new I ;
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. t CHURCH FRIDAY Lake City on April 15 and take fective than use-of insecticides. -
I Dr. Knipling points out, how. I THEY GO TOGETHER!
Mrs. Becky Clegg said today t supplies with them. Any member :!
ever, that his proposed methods
who wishes to go may con
that the Annual Easter Egg
< Hunt for the Methodist Sunday tact_Dorothy Barber. require basic entomological research -I ELECT .1.1I
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pathology, and other factors DOYLE
All children ;
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TERESA MAE BOWDEN
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. use the new methods and to
S School Rooms at 3:30. I Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Bowden
I what kinds of insects they :
'_ I They will go in groups to the I announce the arrival of -a would apply.Meanwhile. CONNER I
.i:: Sanctuary where Rev. W.L. Spicer I I daughter born April 7 at the
Agricultural Research
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L Service for them. I weighed eight pounds, five Service entomologists are
extending use of male insect ir-'
: Following this will be the ounces and has, been given the radation method to orinetal I commissioner of AGRICULTURE
: Easter Egg Hunt and refreshments I name of Teresa Mae.
fruit files and melon flies in
i. will be served. All the 'I FARMER IUSINESSMAN LEGISLATOR
a pilot test soon to be launchedon
f{ 'S Sunday school age children are I RH1 and Mrs. W.C.E. LeVille I Pd. P.S. .dv.
Rota, of the Marianas
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Elementary i i8chool Some Florida growers 'c depend 1 1f f fon lion- a dissolved Florida orpors.I: ,!,i REQUEST FOR BIDS ....'
: lion and C A. Randall E .
CLASSIFIED I three or even our. "h arves ts'1 i dall. and L.A, McKeever; as'direct j!I East Notice is hereby given that the
Flagler Dis
Control
tor Mosquito ;
NBWS in a_ single year. .[ trustees of Daytona Beach trict of Flagler County Florida i
HoldingCorporation, dissolved
a I 1 j will accept sealed bids at the of
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: Florida
corporation. and each and j
: 1 I flee located seven miles north of
(By Holly 1 a) ADS ,, all of the unknown assigns successors : Flagler Beach on Highway AlA I

FREE PAINT ; parties in Interest trustees, or other !1 I up until 7:-o'clock.. P.M. Friday I
claiming by. through.
"We,. had 'an exciting week., Llatfap oadesrtUs;.headlag udea I under or against said : dissolved I I April to 29th.this 1960.date or for postmarkedprior furnishing i

First of all tour of our sixth a ccata per word eaekSO L..rtiasy One extra gallon of your choice corporation none of whom can be I I Ten Thousand (10,000) gallons of ,\
cent U minimum eJaanre located, and it 'not being known t No. 2 '..
grade students went'' to Marine- with each gallon you buy I whether trustees there 'are any surviving I! Fuel Fuel'Oil to Ol'be delivered to' the .

land. They were Stuart Rockett, FOR SALE-Tappan Gas Range Mary Carter Paint Store j : District's Beath. storage tank in Flagler f
If suitable
Edward Grimes whose last known Florida in quantities -
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Donny Gumble, Ed Schatz and with center grill. Also 1 apartment Also tVe.tate Shopping Cater f address! was Los Angejes, Califor for the capacity of storage < ,
nia. facilities approximately 6500 gal- I
Glenn Miller. Well, Glenn only I gas range. See A., Knob.augh' I lons.

sot' half way and, the motor IN THE The unknown heirs. devisees Bids will be opened and read at
at Bunnell Airport CIRCUIT COURT OF legatees, grantees, creditors, leln- 7:30 P.:M. on Wednesday May 4th.

,conked out, and, then, an alii- April 14-Itp FLAGLER W CHANCERY COUNTY.NO. FLORIDA 3883 I ors or other parties claiming Jjy, at the office.
through
under against be
The will
or Myrtle successful bidder
;gator started playing chasewith ALEXANDER SZABO, Grimes Bruner John B. Bruner notified following the -District's

him. So he decided 'to. go : Plain tiff, I William Henry Bruner also known tabulation of bids. ,..
FOR RENT-2 bedroom house as Henry Bruner. James C the
x. Bruner.. The District reserves rightto
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home.[ I meant to ,tell that RACHEL SZABO all I
you close in, Call 'C.:0. Magee at deceased. reject any and all bids and to
they went in different boats but Defendant. Jessie Alice Bruner. if alive waive any informalities in bidding.
NOTICE and
HE 9.2168 4.14.1tc TO DEFEND l It dead her unknown I EAST FLAGLER MOSQUITO
'still had a nice time. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO; known heirs spouse CONTROL DISTRICT '
Rachel Szabo at law devisees I
Secretary
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tees lega-I Lyman Gage
Residence Unknown grantees, creditors, '
The Waterman family left : FOR SALE' OR RENT-2 bed. You are hereby notified that a or other parties claiming by, April 'Z-U-21-3tc

:April 11 to go to':Portland, Ore. room house, Daytona and 4th; suit the above has been entitled filed'cause against and you In Alice through Bruner under deceased or against; C. A.Jessie I IN JUDGE THE COURT FLAGLER OF TilE COUNTY COUNTY,

gon. We all wiflfmiss them.I r Flagler Beach. Call after 4:00 o' are hereby required to file; your you anf dall i living and Elma and A.if Randall his Ran-I; 1 FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.
I swer with the Clerk of this Court. dead their IN RE ESTATE OF
guess- you know that we are clock. 4-7.3tp and to serve a copy thereof upon known heirs, devisees legatees William Joseph Rapp who is one

: going to play the Bunnell Boys the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney parties grantees creditors lienors or other I and the same person as WilliamJ.
TERRIFIC .BARGAIN-Spinet piano whose name and address Is: claIming by, through, under Rapp, and also sometimes
r softball team on April 11 at the H. T. Cook or against C. A. Randall and known as W. J. Rapp, Deceased.To .
t / really priced to sell. Call Bunnell. Florida Elma A. Randall, his wife, deceased I All Creditor and Persons
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Bunnell High School, and I not ; John Olson and Elizabeth I
later that! April 25th A. D. 1960. Hating Claims or Demands Against
CL 2.8215.- 4 7.2tc Olson his
If wife if living, and if
hope' for the best. you fall to do 80/,decree pro dead their unknown I Said Estates ,
confesso heirs, de-
will be entered against You and each of you are hereby
The P.-T.A. nad an, Easter FOR SALE-Approximately 2% you for the relief demanded in the visees., lIenora legatees other grantees creditors i notified and required to present
bill or parties claim-
of complaint. The nature claims and demands which
Program with a contest for the acres with garden, citrus trees, said suit being for divorce. of John Ing by.Olson through under or against I any you or either of you may have

prettiest and the craziest hat.The and 5 room home near city limits said WITNESS Court my hand and seal of his wife, deceased and Elizabeth: Mary Bruner Olson against the estate of William
this
18th
day of March Joseph Rapp. who is one and the
first grade .won for the Anton Krakowski, owner, A.3. I960Official Mary Gralder.Bruner also sometimes known as same person as William J. Rapp
( Seal Greider, and Paul S.
) and also sometimes known W.J.
prettiest and they sixth grade Contact H.T. Cook, attorney RALPH E. HARBERT and Grelder.If dead her husband if living, Rapp., deceased late of said as-County -
their
for the craziest hat. Each win. April 7-2tp Clerk of said Circuit Court at Jaw, devisees, legatees unknown heirs to the County Judge of Flagler
March 24-31 & April 7-14-4tc grantees County Florida, at his office in
ner received! $2.50 prize creditors. Honors or other parties
money claiming the court house of said County at
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF by through under or Bunu ll Florida within eight calendar
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for: that grade. I WANTED 3 ,LADIESTo FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA Against Mary Bruner Graider, also months from the time of the
sometimes
service AVON territories In IN CHANCERY NO. 3988 known as Mary Bruner first publication ot' this notice.
IRENE Greider. and Paul S.
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Flagler county. Earn that vacation SPICER HAMRICK. husband Grelder. her Each claim or demand shall be In
NOW. Manager Plaintiff deceased; John T. Bruner and shall state the placeof
money Write If living, and It writing
his
: box 246. Lo khart In dead unknown and office addressof
or Day- Fb residence post
Best QualifiedBy tona. call CL 2. 4tl.JUST HAR.TNESS HAMRICK., legatees spouse, heirs grantees at creditors law. devisees lIen- the claimant, and shall be sworn

Defendant. his ,
to by the claimant agent orhis
NOTICE TO DEPEND ors or other parties claiming by and such claimor
Fart attorney any
THE STATE through under or against John T.
ARRIVED I OF FLORIDA. TO: demand not so filed shall be
Bruner. deceased
Hartness F. Hamrick ; and

New Melodigrand' spinet Pianos I You Residence Unknown Any and all persons (save and void.MARY A RAPP
art hereby notified that a except the plaintiff herein) havIng As executor of the Last Will
$445.00, Easy Terms, Thompson fvfl* been filed against you In or claiming any right. title or and Testament of William Joseph -

Music Co. 135 Volusia Ave., Daytona 1 are above entitled cause; and you interest in and to the lands Involved Rapp. deceased.
hereby
required to file your answer in this suit and hereinafter First publication April 7. 1960.
Beach. CL 28215. with the Clerk of this Court. described. April 'l-U-U.8-Hc
and .i0 serve a thereof ;
copy
April 7-tf the upon The respective post office address
plaintiff
or plaintiffs attorney. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
whose name and address Is: and residence of each of the above FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA,
NEW HOME FOR SALE or rent 'v. Cecil Grant named parties is unknown. IN CHANCERY NO. 30O3 ,
407% Main Street You and each of you .are hereby JAMES A.
2 bedroom, 6 room house with Daytona Beach Florida notified ,that a suit has been COLLURA.Plaintiff, .
central beating; and air not later than May 3rd A. D. i960. brought against you to 'quiet title
con If you fail to do so. decree pro to the following described lands vs.
ditioning. Complete kitchen confesso will be entered against situate ,in '.Flagler County, Florida LORETTA, COLLURA' Defendant.
you for the relief demanded to-wlt:
: Capitol :Motel, Korona, bill of. iomplalntThe nature in the of NOTICE TO DEFEND
ID 73649. 7 Fla.1 said being for divorce. Parcel L Lot 4 in Block 1 and THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
.. April WITNESS my' hand and seal of Lot 4 in Block 2 of the Kanaha Loretta Collura
said Court this 28th day of March Subdivision of Section 22 and 45, Second Avenue
FOR SALE--Io'tS'? in Flagler I A. D, 1960. -Township 11 South Range E| Rockaway. New York
.. (Official Seal) \ immediatelAlso strip of land You are hereby notified that a
Beach; Florida $50.00 down per RALPH E HARBERT 1 and adjoiningsaid suit has been filed against you in

lot, $5.00 per lot per month, plus 1liarchC81 1 .f sal t Lot 4 In Block 2 ot Kana the above entitled cause; and !you
1 % .April: 21tcour ha Subdivision Section 23, are hereby required to file your answer
d1H 16% interest. B. A. Bolton. P.O. and,'described more fully as fol I with the Clerk of this Court
lows: and to serve a copy thereof upon
Box 718 SL Florida.
Augustine K.T9SffiM8UE
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Beginning at the Northwestcorner the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
April 7.4tc c. {** ARTHUR CHANCERY NO. 3981 of said lot 4 in Block 2 whose name and address is:
E. PAQUIN, and continuing the north line W. ,Cecil Grant

YOUR BEST BUY Plaintiff of said Lot 4 in the same west 407% Main Street
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vs. Daytona Beach. Florida
erly ,direction-
a point on the
New bedroom home on 80x115ft ANNE SANDRA PAQUIN. Eastern right-of-way of the not later than May 16th A.D. 1960.
; Defendant Florida East Coast Canal It you fail to do ,so. decree pro
.: : water front lot on Lantana NOTICE TO DEFEND thence in a Southerly direction; confesso will be entered against

; ." : Ave., Venice Park Subdivision. THE Anne STATE Sandra OP FLORIDA,' TO: a distance of 50 feet to a point .you for the relief demanded in the
o Paquin In said ,right-of-way which. Is bill of complaint. The nature of
I I Modern all electric' kitchen, 1405 Farrell Avenue, the t, same point as the South said suit being for divorce.
"II Merchantville New Jeresy WITNESS my hand and seal of
line would be of said lot 4.
Florida room, 1% bath, utility You are hereby notified that a Block 2 if projected through to said Court this llth day of AprilA.

SEE room, tarazza :floor, central. heat, suit above has entitled been filed against In the the right-of-way thence in a D. 1960.Official .
CYPRESS cause; and you are easterly direction to the South ( Seal)
2-car hereby required to file your answer west corner of said Lot 4, Block RALPH E. HARBERT
garage.AND with the Clerk of this Court. 2; thence in a northerly dlrec- Clerk of said Circuit Court
and to, serve a copy thereof April 14-21-28 & May 6-4tc
upon tign along the west end of Lot
GARDENS the ,
: ; bedroom home 1 year old, 2- whose plaintiff'or plaintiffs attorney, 4 of Block 2. to the place of
: name and address Is: beginning. EXCEPT that part IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF

**r4 voter sU sfctvs toSf bath, big all electric kitchen, H. T. Cook of Lot 4 of Block 2 heretofore FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA,
Bunnell. Florida IN CHANCERY NO. 3993
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'taken
for road
or conveyed .
11:11.eat.iJ pet 2Jf peta 1S pal ,. Florida room, utility room and not If later than April 25th A. D. 1960. right-of-way for State Road JOHN A. LOGAN.
you fall to do so, decree
garage. For more Informationsee confesso pro AlA. Plaintiff,
will he entered against
your local ,builder E. Huber, you for the relief demanded in the Parcel 2: Lots 5, 6 and 7 In I vsTHELMA
0' < THE OUTBOARDER Dill of complaint. The nature Block 1 and Lots 5, 6 and 7 in "GIBSON, LOGAN,
of
Venice Park Flagler Beach, tel said suit being for divorce. Block 2 of the Kanaha Subdivision -. Defendant.
, Authorized Evinrude Dealer WITNESS hand and of Sections 22 and 23, NOTICE TO DEFEND
; my
ephoneHEmlock 92196. > f **
'd aid Court this 18th day of Marc Township 'it South. Range 31 Thelma Gibson Logan
i- .. ," BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS Feb. 25tfCOASTAL A.D. 1960. h East. Also a strip of land im Box b7Z-F, R. D. No. 2

". .. Dockage '- Storage Free Ramp 'I (Official Seal) mediately west and adjoining Tom's River, New Jersey
said Lot 6 and 7 in Block 2 You
RALPH E. HARBERT 5. are hereby notified that a
cr I : WE FINANCE BERMUDA -Cecil Nettles Clerk of said Circuit Court of Kanaha Subdivision of Sections suit has been filed against you in

'\;.. -> 825 BalloughjRd-Daytona will plant Coastal Bermuda, March 24.31 & April 7-14--Itc 22 and 23. and described the above entitled cause; and you
f' ---- more fully as follows: are hereby required to file your an"wer -
'' -:..- furnish all seed grass, equip IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Beginning at. the Northwest with the Clerk of this Court
; '" : said Lot 5 in Block and to
; : r FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA. corner of serve a copy thereof upon
ment and labor contact C. H.
IN CHANCERY NO. 3884 2 and continuing the north line the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney
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FOR Cowart for details. 3244tcFOR DOROTHY R. PARKS of said Lot 5 in the same west whose name and address is:
., Plaintiff, erly direction to a point on tbS Ray Selden
-. of Selden
vs. Eastern right-of-way Building
:. ',=' SHELL FILL & SAND REMT- bedroom unfurnished CLAUDE G;' PARKS, Florida East Coast Canal; 800 Main Street
f Defendant. thence In a Southerly direction Daytona Beach. Florida -
house' with garage. Call ,NOTICE TO DEPEND a distance of 150 feet to a pointIn not later than May 13th A.D.1960.

" .... : ,DIRT .CONTRACTSCALL... HE 9-2318, or See E.; J. Chaffee. THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TOr said right-of-way which Is It yoU taU to do so, decree Prowill
Claude C. Parks the same point as the South line- conte..o be entered against
: 3.3.tfSEPTIC .Residence Unknown would be of said Lot 7. Block 2 yoU ,for the relief demanded In
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; If through to the the bill of
-. You are hereby notified that a projected complaint. The nature
: ;. ::: V. TANK-cleaning reason- suit has been filed against you In right-of-way thence in a easterly ot said suit being for divorce.
the above entitled ,cause; and you direction to the Southwest WITNESS my hand- and seal of
k ; .: : 1, 'EMIL MISSINNE able'rates. George Jarosz, Phone are hereby required to file your answer corner of said ,Lot 7. Block 2; w.said Court this 7th day Of April
with the Clerk of this Court thence In a northerly direction D. 1960.
- ID 7.3410. 1l24c end of Lots 7 (Official Seal
the .west
1':1 and to serve a. copy thereof upon along *
:. :: Plume ,HE 9-2094 the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, 6 and 5 of Block 2 to the placeof ,RALPH E. HARBERT
FOB SALE-Three ideal lots on whose name and address is: beginning. EXCEPT that Clerk of said Circuit Court
; '- FLAGLER BEACH J. Robert Durden part of LOts 5. 6 and 7 of Block April 1(-t2-28 & May. '$- to
.: : North Moore St. close to school 323 Orange Avenue 2 heretofore taken or conveyed

; Daytona Beach. Florida for road right-of-way for State
street In -
: town needs
.;.: ", paved no not later than April 25th A.D. 1940.I Road ,AIR

'!".' .: :?M 'l'HE'CAUl\-JUDGE'S-COURT- filling. Ready to build on.. Coy I I I confesso If you! fail will to be do entered, so. decree against pro 'In the above styled_ court by the I mIl"' lJgll'r (SrUranrBUITXELL !
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FLAGLHR. ,COUNTY' STATE 0 LFLORIDA. .' G. Harris. l-21-tf you for the relief demanded in the above namedplaintlffa' and you
bill The are hereby required to Ale personally FLORIDA
t>f>- complaint.. nature t
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r' ." STATE OF attorney ; with
by your
or
said
WAHTEl75 New Gas Custoroers. suit belngfor divorce.
WMUam Joseph RapP. who -
: la one, WITNESS my hand and seal of the Clerk of said court your answer -
'y > ,and the, aame person as WilliamJ. fml edi tHAJOOs other defensive pleadings
said Court this Slat day of :MarchA.D. or MRS.
55 Maw and also sometimes to the eomplaint In said suit and M. B. FULLER. Editor
' .. .'.*,' ,'- 0 IcnosrB a*' W J.. Rapp Dece a BQ'rTLE.G ,'COMPANY, Phone (,Omclal I960 Seal) to serve a copy thereof upon H.T.

Jt: \. '. Tfca ?tatp ec"FI..I.To .All reof I ID T'3 561 BunnelL. 1-21 tf RALPH E-. HARBERT ... Cook plaintiffs attorney whoseaddress
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pea lat r*****, .I. the Rotate i of said Circuit Court is Bunnell. Florida, on or Designated Ofleialf ll'abUeailoa
Clerk
, Mid B .uea B*3;: March 1-U--4 before the 25tb day of April. A.D. I '
April
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: .; You notified that, r' r ,I960, and the Flagler. Tribune
't ;' -- tjpurpottinfir to be j jIf 1. JOHNSTON'SFLAGLSK 'J I I r IIN THE ciRcrrr COURT nr AND Tribune which -Is' a newspaper County, MBBlelpallUe, therein
; the Testament fof KOR FL.'GLBR- COUNTY PLOT meeting the requirements prescribed I
.' S.' I :said .... b Ma admitted WtACH. I IDA IBT CHANCERY IfO. 3W& by law for sttchH.purpose. Is and tfce State .( Florida
"t BEA&TT CO. iiiI
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f" .. ': : 'commanded will LOTS HOMES, OC8N FRONT MILES, and .RALPH A. MARSI-; In which this notice shall I
'.<. Un.'a4XL.i *atss: from the CANO and-wife, MARIE B. MARSICANO be published once'-week.: for: focouueQutty@ ur Entered. s**.B4 class matter
:. I. ....te.< publication o* 'this ," WATER .:,FROHT FARMSJ J .: : week*.' '
: ... In, ,- r -" Pebrjary[ a 1013,at tip ..*t *Bet
said
\ %$ b, .__ Court" i w- F Clt.EAbE's J> i Plaintiffs 1I weln Jail not or Decree ProC I
M':" ; .' 1t. :It, .any">you- can, -why .V8- .: MrWIll be entered against BUllet, Florida mJev set .f
: a",..; .. -the leffJ1eaii Court J1 admlt-- -;..C i 8i DAYTONA BEACH HOLDI S yev. .' :
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;;':. ,t1n41 probate shout '0k >i +! ,CORPORATION a dissolved .FlorJtt March 3.' 197ftV ,
.. -* WHfea s$ my hand as Clerk and I'
"" RB 4i : Corporation. etc.' et __ YIfiMlp'wef tlre-seal of said court this lfth -

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PAGE:TEN .''. h' _' ___' THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL. FLORIDA ', Thursday April 14, 1960
< < Marble f yjr ].ing sponsored by the tV.:F.W.;:, According to- American Bank I ......................_..._................ >jwo -...."'r--.JfI
Tourney Post 5213 and the district chair !I er, financial magazine, there I r.
i man ,of the tournament is Post t were 333 miles of 4-lane highways "I''1=$ FRED A. FRUITS O. F. ALFOBD

Still in Progress II I Commander Wilfred Hunter. II In Florida five years ago, JEWELER I lYV'j Registered
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L l while there a'e now more than I! I Estate Broke
DIAMONDS-WATCHES
Tn the Marble. .Tournament i' 600 miles with another 150 miles !

elimination 'contests this week Teenage Group under construction. 1 1I 1 1.i ......... REPAIRING. !I .. BunnelL.... .w..Florida..... ."'.
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Worley was champion in the Shows Greatest I 1 I I .
fourth and fifth grades..- Sixth I, .
Grade Champion was John I I ,'--';".
Gain Since 1950 "
Akins. I I T -

In the fourth and fifth, grade, I
students played 'a one-game "Floridians in the 5 to 17 age I

elimination ,contest and the group have gained 'more since : SOME PERSONAL HISTORY OF.!

", ', winner of that waS Derrel Britt. 1950, in numbers and in per, -" ",\,, ,.<
.' The top* eight best players cent, than any":other age bracket .
,played three games and Jeep in' the state," the Florida f
Worley was winner Those play. State Chamber: of Commerce :
ing in the. top eight were: D. points out after a study, of of. I 'i Z. P. HOLLAND

Britt C. Weatherington, F. Lowe, cial reports. J "; ..
J, Harper, B: 'Rykerd,,.J. Johnston, "The gain 41 this teen-age! # ,
W Jones, and Worley. (group exceeded half a million, '
larry Cox was. winner of the or 98 per cent from 1950 to 1958,
sixth grade elimination. contest. the latest available date. Onlyone CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION:

The top eight playing were: P. other small state showed a ,
Barrow; L. Cox, D. Spivey, G. higher per cent,and the national f i
Jarosz, B. Mcp nJel,.,J. Akins, H.'I average was 3Tper cent.. The S SUPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONS '
Pellicer, and B. :f.Kurtz." The under flve years ,group increasedby

champion of thelslxtn grade'was 79 per cent in Florida and ..:...
John Akins. ""Y 21 per cent nationally. :...: '0' ,
Champion for the seventh and "Accompanying this gain in I .4 '
eighth grades will be selected youngsters was a 93 per cent I is a life-long residen "oF'lagler' County, a property owner,-
next week. and ;, the .three increase (about: 200,000) in the S, '. '> : "and tax-payer. :-<;-. :': .
,champions from the Bunnell number of persons 65 years old '
school : will play the three I or older. This is the highestrate I He was educated in' Flagler. County Schools and the''rm ,rsity"
champions selected from the of gain of ,any state and ; of Florida. -

/ Flagler Beach school in a matchon way above the., national figureof ':. : He is married and has two boys in the Bunnell School. -
April 30 at the parking lot] 37 per cent, the trade_ body 1 a;. '(-p '
.- Behind' Anderson's Drug Store, commented. ;: .c; t/' *' He is a member of the Methodist Church, the American Legion,
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: :facing ; Church St,.,This match "Following the national pattern I I" the local ?Masonic Lodge, and Morocco Temple, Jacksonville;:"Fla
will, select the County Champion the middle, or working-age,
who will play In a District I groups gained at a slower pace ,He is a business man and administrator, and has proven his ability
Tournament in Ormond Beachin in Florida. The 18 to 44_ agers f administer the schools Flagler County according to law. and

May. were more by 46 per cent-and "_.,;:. ":., : accepted educational standards. I
y: The Marble Tournament is be- the 45 to 64 year-olds were 38 1 .
: His candidancy is based wholly upon his record as your present
per cent more, 1950 to 1958. Total .
/ civilian population increased Superintendent, and his' desire to continue to give you a progressive
school system, that. will meet the educational needs of all our
62 per cent in, Florida during

that time : $ children.f< f "_"'H." '."..
"By 1958, Floridians ,65 years If you want your Flagler County School System to continue to be '
;. and older made up,'-02 per cent one of the best in the state by offering 15 years of public educationfor.
1t of the state's, population. This youth and vocational and technical education for adults, 'as.

t 1t figure was 8.6 per cent in 1950. :; provided. ? in the Junior College, then vote for and support," "' :,; rf
The 5yearoldschanged, from ::4if' : ..: r- i '.
10.7 per cent. ,to ll#; per cent

The teenagers: from) 19.8 per Z. HOLLAND ,
cent to 242 per: ,cent : :: .. "
"Significantly, f;the 18 to, 44 / -., "
age group dropped from, 40.3 per o' t FOR..
to 36.3 cent and the ,. +
cent per ; -
ReElection Superintendent'r of Public J Instruction!
45 to 64 age group from 20.6 II 'f

iii'J- per cent to 17.5 per cent," the' Pol. Adv. Pd. by Z. D. Holland', 3. ', t "_
State Chamber said. -.. ,
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