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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: April 28, 1960
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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48, NO. 16 fcUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1960 $2.50 A YEAR



WideI I'I Club.Receives lJotary s.i4. : : 'I I Harry DickinsonDies i Bunnell l-School l ":##



Political Rally Bunnell CharterThe Rotary Club received p. ', I+[New in York Windsor Saturday t 1 Science Fair ;Is k 1;ti


its recentranted char. .. i I I
Well AttendedThe ter at a Charter [Night program I WAD WORTXi I', "i .. .I I Harry C. Dickinson, 71, winter 11 11I Termed Success ;'
LUMBER TEAM TO BEAT resident of Flagler Beach, died l
Friday evening. The banquet'
about 3:15 Saturday, afternoonat J ,
Just a few short it ;'
Political: :Rally and Fish was held in the, .Banneli school The Wadswofth Lumber Co., the home of his daughter in was thought that the years study ago of .

Fry held here Saturday alter* cafeteria with "approximately which has been ,going through Windsor, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. science for those !
any was only
noon drew a crowd of over 55Q 125 persons attending. some hard practice for the past Dickinson had gone to Windsdor who expected to a technical .
for the and arrived at pursue
few weeks under Manager Cliff I summer
persons. District Governor Representative Sheffield, are looking better every the home of their daughter, Mrs. I career after graduation i
The wide James Russell about 3 o'clock. from college. Not so today.
county rally was J I ]I ,
week.
Frank Hancock of Palatkawas ;Sheffield, snap 11
sponsored by the"Flagler County little shortstop has been Funeral services were held Science is but one of many J'
master of ceremonies for py there Tuesday'afternoon at 2!!
Democratic Executive Committee into I subjects taught in Bunnell J.
getting J. L
slowly shape. : .
the evening Mr.Hancock was I j o'clock. j school
through all 12
grades,
and all candidates running has a bad finger that has slowed I
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instrumental In organizing the He is survived by his wife, and as proof of the students
,
for election in. the coming pri him up from his regular styleof
Mrs. Dickinson two
Sarah M. ,
Bunnell Club, 'and the Palatka knowledge and interestin science _.
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and ;
mary were invited to speak. hitting .fielding. sons, Harry A. and Richard; two Following the speaking, a fish Rotary Club was the sponsor.Dr. Sheffield has Big,Sammy Bertha ; daughters, Mrs. James Russell'of subjects the school stageda t
to do his pitching with Cliff Sunrise Terrace and-Mrs. Harold\' "Science Fair" in the, school
fry dinner was served. Norman Crawford, professor gym all day Wednesday and
Higginbotham in reserve. Cliff Edson of Eau Gallie, Fla.; one
Candidates 'who were nominated ,of speech ,and placement at I will play the outfield and will sister, Mrs. Clara Smith of Johnson that evening. '

without opposition were Jacksonville' University, was introduced try to get the batting crown for City; six grandchildren, and]1 It is useless for the writer to

introduced. t by William,J. Hamrick the second year in a row. H. four great-grandchildren. He was j!I I begin to list the subjects, the
member of East Windsor
,t M. B., Fuller served as master president of the Jacksonville Rotary I King will be on first, C. Wall Methodist a Church. He was 'retired -j I equipment made by students,
of ceremonies for the afternoonand Club. Mr. Crawford spoke will be on second, and SmilingBill from Ansco about six and the apparent expert knowl-
years J
introduced the following on Rotary International, giving Cummins on base three. ago. -j edge the yougsters have in the
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candidates who were nominated a history of the growth of Ro- Bill is due for one of his good j particular science project their

without' opposition and who ,tary since its organization on years and the fans can expectto Special Spring 'class sponsored.To .
lot of Bill's the writer, who remembers
see a J3 peed
spoke briefly? February 23, 1905, in Chicago.
David Burnsed will take care of Wright Brothers Kitty Hawk first
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Band ConcertThree
W.L. Wadsworth, representative Illinois.
centerfield and Simmons will be free flight of an airplane, the
in the state legislature; ', I in rightfleld. Cliff Sheffield expects bands will participatein knowledge Bunnell school stu
F. D.D. Moody, county tax assessor ,I The Invocation-,.was given by to sign up two or three 'the annual' Spring Concert: to dents have in science is not less

;: ;' J.F. Mercer county tax collector Bunnell Club embeJ9hn I more players before the league :be given by the High School than amazing. Not only their
Cannon Jr. the elcowas Band on May 6, 1960 at 8:00.p.m.
; R.A; Powell. justice of I j ; opens. Cliff will take care of in the Gymnasium in Bunnell. knowledge of the subjects but
the ,peace; Gladys Deen, super. given by Coy ,Harris who is vice the catching and, the Wadsworth The first Band on the programis I their very evident interest In the I

vistor of registration; County president of the Bunnell Club. Lumber Co. looks like the team I the 'The Little Band," made J science subjects and student

Commissioners, John A. Clegg Visiting members were Intro. that is "about balanced all. up of students in the elementary made equipment with which
Board duced by Charles Tonkin. around and looks like the team grades of Flagler Beach and I they demonstrated.The .
.. and C.H. Cowart; School Bunnell Schools. their
Following fair exhibits are arranged
!I that will finish on top this season
Members Harold Emery and Music was provided by,Walter ," it was stated... appearance, "The Biggest Little I along the four walls of the gym.
,Rayihon Tu erCharles' TonWv :ai'Morris and the .nell Dance Band in Dixie" will provide I The writer spent an hour there.

Jufcge of the small claims: Band Mr. Morris gave two vocal HARRIS APPLIANCE music for the middle part of theprogram. He would have enjoyed a stay
NEEDS SLUGGERSThe As a special finale, the I
<, ,.. selections. "Buccaneer Band" of Mainland three times as long, but press
:: .-- '. Cai latK. speaking in behalf -I' : E. Robert Harris Appliance softball High School of Daytona Beach,' time was rapidly approachingso
'a Di&tr1ct\Govemer
team makes tip the fourth team the visit cut short He
' et {tfeetrjcaftdidacies were: Langly of Jacksonville presented I and the Bunnell and, will join was
in the City Softbalf League. This in several lef just athe winners were being .
Far J together presenting
',_ oewity edge Tit. (Buddy) the'Charter to the club presi-
:--r.> :she Aheen teajnis made, ':ui mostly of high.I numbers., Before the final number announced, and which were
ri ;
{cKitfg # .... dent/Call Ho'fiup l; He said ,this '
"' JC'I i : school 'bojrnd! 'Js, managed by by-boUv"Bajps,4he Mainland given.us -byi- Principal Carl
r jncumbeht( for. sheriff, t P. i charter was approved. on April Coach l.tcGrlffarid'\, Coach Jenk-1 Band under the direction of Mr Hornsby. The winners:'

Zip) .Edjnonson, and .Homer I I 20 and is ,the 36th, chartered ins. From their practice the last Jimmy Finn;,will play two nuin. Grade*four-first place; skele

.} rooks, incumbent; clerk of- the club in District 694. He also i few weeks they look very good i I bers of their own chosing. ton remains; second unit on
This is the first time in the
circuit T. Shelton Brooks, show lot of .,Coach I II flowers third unit'on
l:. court; presented a president's pin to and a promise I history of concerts in Flagler ; pine trees.
, 'Lamar ,Harris, Jr., and Ralph E. Mr. Hornsby.Mr. McGriff has been: trying out a I County, that'wehave been host I Grade five-First place, unit
u< Harbert, incumbent;' superintendent and. Mrs. Hancock, pre lot of boys at different positionsand [ to another Band. The Mainland on health; second, unit on fabrics
:' if he can find a good com will recall I and third, electricity.
; of public instruction, sented a gavel and bell to the I Bandy as you was ;
bination the Appliance Team one of ten bands in the Country Grade six A-First place, unit
and Z. D.
Omar (Sonny) Ergle,
Bunnell club. The Palatka Club
of the other to participate in the televised'' second
will give some ) I on soap making; electric
: ''..a, Holland, incumbent; commiso.t also presented the Bunnell Club teams in the league some bad Macy Parade in New York City bell, ; thirds solar system.
,.-' loners district five, Hoke Cobb, with a Club' Banner, and it was nights. on Thanksgiving Day. t. Grade six B-first place, elec.

, Lyman Gage, and. Otis Hunter; I presented ,by Club President Coming up in the future is l Mr. Jimmy Finn, Director of tric buzzer and lights; second
the Mainland Band, has been
>7';. constable district one, Carl Masters. Jim Burnsed. Also his' younger its conductor for several years I rock collection; and third plant

:''''_,. Bratcher, Odell Hersey, and D.D. Moody, member of the brother, Jerry in the infield. I, and has produced one of the life.Grade

,..:j',,( Wilfred E. Hunter. board of directors,' gave a short Ronnie Canakaris on third base, I finest bands in Florida. The seven B-first place,
. -',. Speakers v representing Farris history of, the organization of Jeff Seale on short, and Robert "Buccaneer Band" has an enrollment volcano and vocalno cOnstrue.

'. Bryant and Haydon Burns, candidates Cook at first. 1 I. of 97 students and will tion.Grade _
the Bunnell Club. He said that
be in their flashing
presented B
' They will have Tom Pinner! eight -City water
,." for governor, spoke the first suggestion for the organIZation who will pitch. Pinner has blue and gold uniforms. The system. '.
'
:, briefly. here came from Bob been throwing that ball around'I "Biggest Little Band in Dixie" Grade nine shell collection.Best .
Commissioner E. A. fV will dress formal attire as is
, J County Fisher of Palatka. I If overall class
like project
lately and looks a pro. t I I was
usual for their Spring Concert.
;f. :.,' Hunter of Espanola, whois re- The club meets at 12:30 each the boys will give him plenty The public is cordially invitedto won by grade 8A with an exhibit -

o ..\ tiring after serving as commis- Thuasday at the Bunnell Ma-I of support and some hitting the I attend this Concert and witness of our solar system.
.
,Sinner from district five for the .will be close These winners but few
sonic Temple dining room. Appliance Team I a fine presentation which were a
t V. past 26 'years, was introduced I' to the top. With the season, should be one of the music highlights of the exhibits. Here are some

..' ,:; .and spoke.briefly.. opening only four days away in our County this year. I of the other exhibits and demon

.;_>: The Bunnell School Band, 'The: Small Claims_ Court all the boys are ready strations: Display compositionof

r' Biggest: Little Band in Dixie," i Tucker's Grocery vs. aJmes T The Flagler Beach Firemen Softball League x the human body; a hygrometer -

! ,t under direction of Bandmaster Shellman for the amount of have been practicing almost every I ; a barometer, made of an

r ";"'J: Walter'.Morris, ,presented a number $30.86. Judgment granted in day and with the talk going Is Ready Tq Open empty bottle, piece of plastic
the softball circle and a soda straw electric
around in an
favor of the plaintiff with costs ;
of selections prior to the I
; : Bunnell City Softball League
? added. they have quite a team Softball battery using only a cut fresh
: :f: ,speeches. Tucker's Grocery vs. James fans in the county will see will start playing Monday night lemon; an electromatic crane; a
" .: ;0 Members of the County ,Demo- of May 2, in their opening game.
< J vis for the amount $39.93. a' different style of play this League Secretary Joe White is hydroelectric plant a crystal
;". V rcatic Executive Committee'wish judgement in favor of plaintiff year. All teams are going to looking for a record attendance radio; model of an ,artesian

1.; }. to express their appreciation to with week.the defendant Costs added.to pay $2.00 hustle and the pitching has which might beat the record at well.

t_ everyone :who helped in. anyway per Tucker's Groceryvs. :Math Lee greatly improved.The tendance in' 1956 with 628 at Students, teachers and othersof
0 "<'Y to..make the affair a success Williams $23.85. Judgmenet in league will have an All. tending. the school, please except our
i and V"''especially to D. 'D.I favor of plaintiff with costs Star team pitched in the middleof I The Biggest Little Band in congratulations. We shall look

- Moody for his assistance in providing Williams. 2385. ,Judgment in June and will play againstone Walter Dixie, under Morris the, will direction perform 'at of forward to next year's fair.
added. Defendant to $5.00J. fastest teams from
pay
of the
< the public address system C. Landrum vs. H. S. Worthington 7 P.M. Mayor Jack Clegg will I ,
Dr. <
Jacksonville. Allen
; V Also he and the sheriffs.office $225.00. Judgment in ta-I, toss out the first ball and W.L. Reynolds
will be
head
Barber urn-
Gene will bat with
(Billy) Wadsworth
for the wonderful help in, vor of plaintiff with costs added. Transferred To
pire, with Pi Stanish and ,Bud Mayor R.L :McNab of Flagler
parking tfee cars; >If. and Mrs., S.J. Tilton in
Cauley and re- Beach behind plate. Baptist Hospital .
' Lt M. Whttaker,' Miss Flora and M. Y. F. To Meet \ serve. The League will start with .',

Miss ,Eraily Gage, and many Sunday AfternoonThe I Harris Appliance boys with Rev. Dr. Allen Reynolds, who was
Tom Pinner pitching and Jim i seriously burned in accident
,others who helped, in serving. an
NL Methodist Youth Fellow- Recreation.GroupWill I Burnsed behind the plate. They at his) home on Eastet Sunday

r ship will ,meet at five thirty t will meet the Flagler Beach has been,transferred to the Bapt
LIONS .CL6B,TO HOLD, Sunday afternoon at the churchfor Plan For Firemen who will have Howard ist Hospital in Jacksonville for
PANCAKE SALE 'a. wiener roast the director I Lerch on the mound and Donald i further treatment and possible
TUESDAY',MORNING Mrs. Gordon Buckles said today. Summer ProgramA Crews behind the plate. plastic surgery. .
r: unneH Lions Club is sponsoring The M.Y.F. program will follow i, The second game will find Ina Reynolds said Wednesday
.a, Pan Cake. Sale Tuesday at 6:15 she added. meeting has been called at last year'* champs, Phillips 66 telephone message to his
morning;:;May,.3, in"front,of the the Recreational Center in Flag opposing the Wadsworth Lumber office here that he was progress-
,courthouse. They< will' ,start I Coy Harris Injured ler Beach on Saturday evening Co. The Oilers will have Gayle ing very good ,and was healing
.serving'; at '6:30 .and will continue .. In Auto Wreck ,.' I April 30 at 7:30 P.M., Recrea Mercer, who will be trying for faster than had been expected.He .
', to -we until ,8:30, (Club tion ,Committee Chairman Ly- his twelfth straight win, and also stated that "he missed
President Leonard ,Moody ,said. Coy ,and to in ibereceiving man Gage, said today.All Duane Metts behind the 'plate. the good people of Flagler County
'Vices at t**, meeting 'Monday Clinic I. teenagers as well as those Wadsworth Lumber will have and hope to be able to return -
were\'Dtet Depaty Gov. Bill treatment, for' injuries 'received interested in youth-activities are a Big Sam Bertha pitching and home next month." He also
'W ', of ,'Orlando : and Jim when life 'ear "was wrecked Sat4yx -'i urged to attend this meeting ia I Cliff SheJicld behind'the plate, said he wanted to thank every.
OItItIfIi PalaHou' Tom Haynes \V :* **. order that they V may perfect L The league will play.20 games one for the many kind deeds
-/.:aml41 M 'Baker :were welcomed I He M' reported 'be- recovering plans for, the s sun-aner Jt was. [scheduled and the champs will extended to he and:his family

: -J today. ', : i stated .." \ receive: .a trophy at the time-ot the- ,accidenti .
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privileges (; 'lie\consider-
perisian of driving no conviction shalledx
on License based on the acciimulation of Conviction"In another state

violation points against. ,yo'ur shall be counted :at; one-half PERCE STRINGS
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Of Drivers CitedMost driver's license. their value. .

The maximum Is '30 suspen. YOU SHOutp PAY NOT THAT I'D OBJECT. BE SMAOTt CASH tN ONYOUR'TAXSSWi'fH

people want, 'to; make sion- for 12 points ,accumulatedin MORE' CASH PER ACRE I SMiI>r. BIJf OH THEY CASH DO!INSIST

points with someone. However a 12-month period; three New Jersey cropland yields ,' FLAGLER '

a good organization with which months suspension for 18 pointsin more cash per acre than that HARDWARE ,

not to make points is, the. Flor., an 18 month period .and one of any other state." Huge farms l + REPUTATION FOR

ida Highway Patrol. .year suspension for 24 points produce fruits ,and vegetablesfor RE
This is a reminder of the 3559. gathered in a three >year period. markets and 'packing houses I II
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.law. which provides .(for sus- Here is a breakdown on point from the time 'the firsttender

values for conviction. of'various- dandelion.. greens are cut in
.. violations: March until late spinach is IUCAlI46N.A 4S F E -a

t Leaving scene of an accidentin picked In N oveplber.I'ARE : -

.a which prope damage. to-

2 Bunnell Theatre taled ,more: than '$50, 6 points; J

: -,' unlawful speed resulting in an

accident 4 points; passing 'a BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO
',. Fri. & Sat. April 29.30 stopped school bus; 4 points; unlawful I

speed, 3 points; improper: .
CASH McCALL
; : equipment (brakes, lights, steering

'r. '" Starring ) "2 points. Other moving BODY_ BAMBOOBAR FUEL OILKING'S -

_1. .. <' James Garner and-Natalie violations, such;. 'as' parkIng ODELL HERSEY'S & COCKTAIL TRUCK STOP
; Wood on highway outside of a PAINT & BODY SHOP LOUNGE PHILLIPS
66 GAS & OILS
,. ... '; ,... .' municipality, 3 points, Any Complete Collision Service Open Under New ManagementCome
Delivery in the
: coveredby County on
such moving violation 24.HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
.'. .Sun. .&. Mon. .',... May'.1-2' the above resulting in an Body & Fender Work In and Get AcquaintedOcean Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor. Fue
-.... ,Painting. Matching: Free Estimates. I Blvd AlA Flagler Beach Gasoline
., THE OLD MAN AND' accident 4 points. u.S. 1 So. OF BUNNELL .
In computing points chargedto Days ID 7.3372-NUe.;: ID 7-3267 U.S. 1 N. Bunnell .ID 7-3676...
: THE SEAStarring The Coolest Spot for the Coolest. .
. .: ; : driver; those accruing from
' '. a Draft BeerSANDPIPER
= AUTO SERVICE FURNITURE
i"' ':. ...t. '12 to 36 months' prior to the BAR

; 1 Spencer. Tracy last conviction count one-half McDANIEL'S .GIFTS-LUNCHES REED'S
:::1.1 : their value; and after 36 months I On the Ocean Side of AlA 3 Miles
.. Service Station North of Flagler Pier Discount FurnitureUP

"Keep Cool at George & Millie's" TO 507. DISCOUNT
PRODUCTSTiresBatteriesMinor
STANDARD OIL
: '/ I PHONE HE 9.2156 On Furniture and AppliancesNew
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if- Re-Elect. Repairs BOTTLE GASHARRIS and Used -

: y. _Bunnell ID 7-7119 1100 Flomich Ave.-Holly Hill
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:: ,RAY E.' BOTTLE GAS --
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Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION BOTTLE or. BULK FLOOR COVERING

FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY -
GREENSTATE Tilecraft
Company"LET
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HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY
'." GULF TIRES & BATTERIES '
'. !4 PHONE ID 7.3551 US FLOOR YOU"Armstrong ,.
J:' /, .- COMPTROLLER Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M. -1 Days Help' Flagler County Grow & Kentlle

State&Lambert US -1-IP 7-7190 By Shopping at Home Sold and InstalledAll
... 3 for .Economy
Y' Experience, Efficiency Work Guaranteed
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:;.. -. k -. rPald rot. I'dv.\ Colonial Service Station\ BUILDING SUPPLIES prmon.d Beach OR 7.3181

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EARL E. RICE;' Proprietor WICKLINE
', Keep Florida's Green! GARDEN SHOPGray's
GAS- t-LUBRIC.A.TION, Building Supplies
; Garden Center
MOTOR TUNE-UP
:; CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS. Headquarter for Gardening Need
GOObYEAR TIRES& BATTERIES
STEEL Ceramics GUts Dry Arrangement
U.S. HIWAY 1 -_BUNNGET' Materials -
t< CLASSIFIED"" Flagler Beach -; HE 9.2254 Annuals Shrubbery.. Fertilizers

w YOUR GOBOYand .,! TOllO' 2 4
.. "' ... make Carts with McCullock 147 Tomokk AVantePh: OR 7-051
. .; .}1.f' -s.':-.,:.; .. West Bend, or Clinton Engines. CLEANERS OliMOND
. ( } D.S. =
" Tires and Cart accessories .atCORBETT'S GIFT SHOP -
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BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY
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'\, ,. .: _SUNOCO SERVICE;
'i. _:j':':", Llstlan+ under this heading: are 3.cents per,.word- each tasertlon.CO STATION I CLEANING Fresh Orange
" ';. 7, > rents .Is minimum ebars. SERVICE ,
' Tel. ID
-' Bunnell 77123Hall's
Open Dally S to 8
'. FOR RENT-Furnished garage ''The'AVON' THE AUTRYS'SOUVENIRS
I Earn that extra money CLOSED THURSDAY NOON
..' apartment ,suitable for couple, WAT.appointment your Atlantic Station
: :. '.\ Lockhart for In Phone ID 7-3188
& GIFTS
;i .<'. .... half block from ocean phone, home. Jack Hall ProprietorGASOILSLUBRICATION '.us N. Bay St. Bunnell
T".j HE 92024. 4.2s-4tc: AlA at 4th St. FLAGLER BEACH
,: i FOR SALE-Lots in Flagler
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:7. : Tires-Batteries-Accessories CONCRETE.PRODUCTS -
:11: : FOR SALE Triumph Tiger Cub Beach, Florida $50.00 down per ROAD SERVICE HARDWARE

:: ;; ... T-20 Motor:;'Cycle. Like new. Call lot, $5.00 per lot per month, plu BUNNELJ Tel. ID 7-3652 Your "Q" For ConcreteDial Bunnell Farmers Supply Co
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' .. John Lynn ID 73322. 4-28-ltc 6% interest. B. A. Bolton. P.O. JOHN DEERE
" .- ", Box 718 St.. Augustine, Florida. J. L. Presswood Garage CL 3-8113 Agricultural Industrial Equipment
I '.:: : STEEL
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:}- i.. -' .;;.., FOR SALE-Furnished 5 room April 7-4tc STANDARD PRODUCTS' DAYTONA BEACH; Bars & Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled
.' General Repairing-Road Service Black Galvanized Pipe & Fitting .-
;.. '.t .:): house full price $5OOQ. Terms. YOUR BEST BUY: Tire, Tube. A AccessoriesVisit Quillian's Concrete Inc. LAWN :MOWER REPAIRS : :

r _, fi=;r'''; Nice .lot 22< & Daytona Ave., New 2.bedroom ,home on 80x115ft For Frozen.Our Grocery Foods and Department.Staples DEEM RD.I Phone Iy 78143 .

i,.: -:., : ". Flagler Beach,-*phone HE 92024. water front Jot on Lantana Cubed Ice '

,'.:. < '/-"" April 28-r4tc" Ave., Venice Park Subdivision. HE 9-2139 FLAGLER' BEACH DRUG STORES THAT FAMOUS PAINT
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..... '<. :; i Modern all electric kitchen, Sullivan's Gulf Service Exclusively at
f : -. ':. FOR RENT-Furnished apart. Florida room, 1H bath, utility Anderson Drug Store
I GULF .
;r ..ments,' $4 .OO, Flagler Beach room, tarazza floor, central heal .= Prescriptions Dt7wlJ1. FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE

",;.:1"- ::j1. . ocean ,fr nt;, corner ,AlA and 2.f-!.-.r .garage.- OASOILSLUBRICATIONrIRE8TUBESACCESSORIES Sick Room Supplies
/ ;:::; Streei John R..Freer. 7" Beach Information .
: < :Main See AND
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Sundries
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',. "Specializing in Service and Flagler Beach HE 9.2103
1\:..'.>'-:.'' _.;,.i April, .21-4tc' 3-bedroom home 1 year old, 2- Clean Rest Rooms ,
,, ';12--"1< '-.: bath, big! all electric kitchen Id The Heart of Flaglor; Beach BUNNELL Village Hardware Center '

. '.: : .-",: :.': FOR RENT-3 bedroom unfurnished Florida, room, utility room and HOUSE PAINTS
Moody's PharmacyFlagler
;. ..-.. :". 'i.; .' '" house on N. Railroad St., garage. For''more Information AUTO REPAIRS Store Match and mix any color
Corner Drug
;,: ::;;:1. Bunnell. Phone Mrs. Susie:Siscp see 'your local builder- E. Huber, Shields Service Station County's Builder' Supplies Kltchenwnre-

.'':' '.. ,::; : Riddell ID 7.3321. '4-21-2tp: Venice Park, Flagler Beach, telephone Arcadius HabeU Mechanic: PRESCRIPTIONS GIFTS GREETING CARDS

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::: ..' ;' WANTED-Full or part-time Feb. 25-tf COMPLETE AUTO ,FOUNTAIN SERVICE
r- ., '"' work. exp. In typing and shorthand Right Now We'll Overhaul and BnaaeiL Fla. Phone ID 7.3661PRESCRIPTION I JEWELER
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--1:Y'- ;and, gen. office work. Also SEPTIC TANKirr ieanhig reason. No Job Too Big Or Too Small ORMOND O. F. BEACH

.c: .d exp as cashier and saleslady. able rates. George. Jarosz Phone I 111 No.' Bay SU Bunnell Jeweler

.: .: .< .' Contact Mrs. Ira .Strickland at ID 73410. .19-5-12-tc EDGAR'S GARAGE, I PHARMACY Elgin Watches-Diamonds r
Sick Room Supplies-Sundries
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Gifts
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24-Keur Towing Service
l 24-Koar Prescription
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- \ -' -.: : Real opportunity for a profitableRawleigh paved street la town, needs no r Automatic Transmission Servicewheel AlA 1 inl. North of .fa W. Granada Orraond Beach

. '., :, :' ':. Business in FlaglerCounfy. filling. Ready to build .on. CoyG i Balancing-Front Alignment End. ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-lMt OR 7-2384 '

,}. .''See s.A. Smith ST., Box .Harris. 1-21-tf I 240 Granada Orm..d-OR T-- Thompson PharmacyYour RADIOTELEVISIONPAUL'S

'. ':.- 1011,:!DeLa d or write Rawleigh's WAlfTEB-- -175- -New Gas'-Customers Health Is Wealth RADIO &.1V

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CHECK THE )OI .. V 'CHECK THE MAN .
Rev R.W. Dickert
.I r:' Jl gl r' [:)eaclj :'t will Community have for Memorial his topic "A. THEY GO TOGETHER

",,' ,' For United Effort" in the
'.'. .. t BABBITT ..-.{" ing service next ELECT
y5' :. f, Telephone HEmlock 9-2098. .fi.' worship .
day morning.The
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1." new Fellowship
"FLAGLER. WOMAN'S.. CLUBThe FLAGLER 'BEACHMETHODIST 'f-- be built by this church has
: Ijiisiness> meeting of the CHURCH I started. It will be
Flagler Woman's. Club for this Sunday, May 1, 10:30 a. m.,I the present building on the CONNER I
,month was held last Wednesday morning worship, "Religion That side. Donations are being
afternoon with an attendance Works" is the theme and there ceived by the building
of 20. Mrs. Reynold Hoover pre will be dedication service for tee for this work.
sided. Hostess Chairman :was the new choir robes and organ. of AGRICULTURE
Mrs. Edward Nye and ,she wasasIsted 11:30 Sunday school. Everybody FLAGLER BEACHPARENTTEACHERS'
by Mrs. Myrtle Streeter invited. MEET BUSINESSMAN LEGISLATOR
and Mrs.: Jasper White. The Woman's Society of Chris There was a meeting, ,,
It was decided, to buy new tian Service will have a charter executive board' of the for by John A. Clegg, Deputy Treasurer i
silverware and china for the meeting on Thursday, May 5th, Beach PTA on Tuesday I
club kitchen and also to contribute at 9:30 a. m., at the home of at the home of Mrs. 7)I" .
$10 to the Bunnell school Mrs. Harold Massie. Mrs. Bruce Wilson, outgoing president. oo- ---T.
band on their Nassau trip fund: Gray of Hastings, promotional The May meeting was & .
'Miser Myrtle Streeter was made secretary of the Gainesville District poned until June 2, in I
'an honorary, member.. will be present. for this include on that program a ,i
An announcement was made meeting. '' uation exercises for the
by Mrs. Sam Novick,. welfare grade pupils and also,
chairman, that .$36 had been LLOYD HOUSE SOLD stallation of officers'for the OllTALLLr
collected for club ,welfare'at.the The Lloyd home on South AlA ing year. r
Bishop Auction and that food An informal buffet PRESENTS AGAIN SATURDAY NIGHT
was bought by Mr. and :Mrs. Allen
was provided for a needy family E. Jenkinson from Middle was planned to honor the FOR YOUR LISTENING AND DANCING _--
on Easter week. Port, Ohio. They spent last week ler Beach school faculty to PLEASURE FROM 9 TO 2 :J__:..'.
Election of ,officers was held. here doing some fishing and'also their appreciation for the :.. ",' < .' -. ,"" .
The nominating committee pre- making repairs to the prop derful work they have ; Olean :"::;:fI
The teachers to be Casey
sented the following list of officers erty. year.
: Mrs Frank Brede, president ed are Mrs. Annette
; Mrs. Earl Thiel, first vice Mrs. Lottie Steele is leaving Mrs. Rosemary Brown, I And His Country Rocks '
Mrs. Frank Schwenk,' I Bourne, Mrs. Day Moody,
president;
this week for her home in Shel- YOUR HOSTS-Charles, Harriett and Jack
Mrs,H.G. Emma Kulp and the
second vice president;
byville, 111., aftet spending sev-
Heydt, treasurer; Mrs. Alfred eral months ,here with her I William 'Fennell. Flagler Beach On Ocean Shore Blvd.' 'A1As .
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accepted in. .May.... and will be..installed I Money -- Saving Food ValuesCENTER .1 I

Plans were made.for the social
meeting this month to honor CUT (WESTERN) PILLSBURY CANNEDBiscuits
the Junior Woman's Club and ,
'. to have Mrs. Walter Cody givea

Peace"* book by review,John Knowles.on "Separate Pork Chops 16.69G'I. 3 f for< :25C

(, f': The hostess :served dainty
refreshments''-at ,the conclusionof 5 LB, gOXFryer --- '- ... .11.. .,_
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L', SUN SPUN 303 SIZE '

.. .of Miss.her: ,grandmother Mlch Dianf;;:{1s--Rockefeller the;house Mrs. Willis guest fromDetroit Parts!: $129 I Pork & Beans 10'cans, $100

White _
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Mr. and Mrs. Newt Hall from OUR VALUE 15 OZ. CAN
_. Birmingham., are, visiting I ,
:here with his brother in law and Chitterlings $219HAM
sister, Mrv and Mrs. George I 10'
Moody, Sr._ SpaghettiSWIFTS T

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Read
from Gainesville spent the weekend HOCKS .,'

h'ere'In their cottage. HOG MAWS 5 lbs $$1 WU .. ". .. .

; Mrs-c U. Crews from Lake 4 oz. CAN .

here Butler'during'was fat she her' weekend.beach .'home 1 I PORK KIDNEYSi j Vienna Sausage fo5 $1 00 '
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Mr., and .Mrs. Fred Meyers /
have moved into the home they '
,bought;recently from Mr. and: PIG TAILS < r 00 EVAPORATED MILKCarnation
,*Mrs.-John Knosko. South.Plagler .
.. .:':l' :!Avenii ." :. 'PIG EARS. 4' 'I?s' vJI 8 for $1 00 '

: \ Mrs.' Mabel Green has return. Spare Rib Tips '
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:recent trip to Atlanta, Ga. FRESH SLICEDSPICED UMIT (8) WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER


.!j- ,...<<'.."..-'";." I HAM 9IJ. $1 00 .

-IBI GARDEN FRESH .
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; Mrs. Corley HonoredAt Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carle Subscribe to The Flogler Tribune
I as their guest last week Mrs.Cane's .I $2.50 A Year In' Advance ,
: A Luncheon
=1 I i mother, Mrs. Dorothy r
Saturday. NoonMrs. 'Clairsville, Ohio.I ;
I Shepherd of St. REFINANCE YOUR DEBTS
W- E. Kudrna entertainedwith I With Term "
a Long 1
I a luncheon at twelve fifteen I Judge and Mrs. Duane Deen
'. jLOCALJ' It Saturday at her home West t had as their guests Monday Dr.. FEDERAL LAND BANK
i Boulevard, honoring Mrs. of .t
Moody and Mrs. Edmund Thompson,
FARM LOAN 1
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H? H. Corley. The Corleys are't Kula, Maw, Hawaii.. .
Carr a sheath of rose lace'over !
Miss I wore leaving soon to reside in Green R. W. BRYAN
11 taffeta, with pink and bone j'yule S. C. | Mrs. M. B. tier Bunnell is Production Credit Assn.WednesdayID .
colored accessories. Both had corsages -
.. Wed \ Spring flowers were used in'no\v residing at the Gilmer :00
4, of pink sweetheart roses. the rooms where the guests nursing home in St. August n PALATI A. FLORIDA iJtI
.,:':": The' !j Following the- ceremony the'j were assembled, and small potted .I
; Faye I brides parents entertained with plants were given as favors.
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Pascal !4 I' a reception in the educational The luncheon was served, buf. .
i 3:30 : i I.building of the- church. They fet style, and the guests were CHECKTHE JOB V CHECK THE MAN. i
at the i were assisted by the :Misses I seated at small tables. Mrs.
rose. I II I I Gloria Morris and, Judy Harver Kudrna: was assisted in servingby THEY GO TOGETHER! :
The i Virginia Vickers, and Patsy Mrs. Bion Mathery.
Mr. Hinnant, Mrs. Thelma Dampier, ELECT '-
t Those enjoying.. the affair with
: and Miss Pat- Preston. the honored- guest and hostess
the son Keeping the bride's. boog was rI |were Mrs. H. T. Cook, Mrs. Neva DOYLE
'. ;#. Miss Roberta Carr I tI iI Eisenbach, Mrs. Henry Wells,
T The I Mrs. Carr chose for her travel. t Mrs. W C. Sullivan, Mrs. Dale
c : a i ing a tan 'knit suit with matching { Brown, Mrs. Lily Creal, Mrs. M. CONNER I .
labra 1 accessories. B. Fuller, and Mrs. Matherly I
dioli. I After a honeymoon in South!( .
ring Florida Mr. and, Mrs. Carr are t t Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knight,
grooms I residing in Lake Geneva. Mr. accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.i AGRICULTURE
J'. of the Carr is employed in the account II Tommy 'Durrance and daughter, commissioner of =
; The ing department of The Clay Rebecca, were visiting in Cypress
FARMER BUSINESSMAN & LEGISLATOR_ :
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by her Electric Co-Operative.
I Gardens and Winter Ha.
\ '; white 1'I I ven during the past weekend.In Paid for by John A. Clegg, Deputy Treasurer
with f Word was received this week Winter Haven they, visited ,

.'::, 'lace. from Mr. and MrS. T. E. HoldenI with Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Deen tI.............................................. .-......... ...........:...........1' ...............wyI
I Knoxville Tenn., where
.from and Mr. and Mrs. John Deen. t
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT .
: and a they were attending the annual : ;
was ,Potentate's Reception of the Mr. and Mrs. William :Majorof I ,
crown Shrine.. They were accompaniedthere Saginaw,' Mich., were guestsof AMBULANCE -:
orchid by their son in law and Mrs. Flossie Richardson last I / PHONE YAlley|| 4-1625 '
/ daughter Mr. and Mrs. Julian week. SERVICE "!
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Miss CaudilL Mr. Caudill is servingas ST- FLORIDA* '

of ,an Aide to the Potentate. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Copeland{J : Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We ... :
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; ..a Mr. and Mrs. Louis Steflik and week visiting with friends and I are always at your Service with promptness: safety and .:

veil. I Mrs. Allen Reynolds. were in : relatives. 1 experience. -
:. mums Jacksonville Sunday afternoonto '
(,' 'Best I visit' with Dr Reynolds who I! Recent guests of Mrs Flossie I F Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator

:h'. ;.Royster I is in the Baptist Hospital for ,Richardson include Mr. and Mrs. I Garcia Funeral Home i
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for burns. I.
Carl
4 treatment severe
: Wm. Robertson of Denver, Colo.,
Mr.. : J rs. and two sons, Steve and Tony; P., E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Dhector ,
f ; I ;- w.Schaefer 1
i iWe Mr. and-- : E. I and Mr. mid'Mrs Earle Johnston : LADY ASSISTANTwmwwmwm
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Ballards Pillsbury* <. .*" .f;: J'y Last year's' winner has won again!

BISCmTS\i.:\ {' ;" 6fer49C 1959's BIGGEST SALES SUCCESS IS GOINd STRONGER THAN EVER IN 1960. ONE ,
LOOK AT THOSE BEAUTIFULLY PROPORTIONED LINES AND YOU'LL KNOW WHYJ : \
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OIL ,' Within one year from introduction, the Ford Thunderbird own V-8 engine. 3..
:Qi..rlie 29eLkak Galaxie, the Thunderbird of the low-price field, And for 1960, Galaxie s more room for six
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ri. rAGE'SIx ; "j'f THE PLAGLEITTRIBUNE. BUNNELL, FLORIDA : ., Thursday, April 28&l 90

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IN CIRCUIT
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GIVEN
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NOTICE '
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:-- : FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA. Precinct No. HEREBY
r IN CHANCERY NO. 4003 Vote In Johnson Building- AU that the Board of County Commissioners -

JOHN J.' DUFFY. Highways Marineland.Flagler will receive sealed .bids on
} Bob't Plaintiff County. Florida. the 2nd day of May. A. D. 1960 ,at
Y TV vs. Gladys M. Allman, Maxine R. the hour of 9:00 o'clock :A..n in
FRANCES Combs. Margaret C. Collings. Inspectors the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
DUFFY.Defendant. ; Coley Mitchell Clerk. cuit Court In the Flagler County

f' .'< NOTICE TO. DEFEND By order of the Board of County Court House for the following:*
t SERVICE THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Commissioners of Flagler' County. The following pine lumber rough

..,, ,.t, I Frances Duffy Florida In regular meeting- Bun- 20 pieces 6 inch x 8 Inch x 12 feet
26-11 Crescent .Street nell. Flagler County Florida this 30 pieces 6 inch x 8 inch x 14 feet

, '. all makes Long Island City. 2. New York 19th day of April. A. D. 1960. 30 pieces 6 inch x 8 inch x 16 feet
:-. You are hereby .notified that a (Commissioners Seal) 12 pieces 8 Inch x 10 inch x 16 feet
suit has been filed against you in GEO. E. WICKLINE 6 pieces & Inch x 10 Inch x 20 feet
,
Sales Tubes and the aboVe entitled cause: and you Chairman of the Board of County AND the following pine lumber for
: are hereby required to file your ,answer Commissioners of Flagler Coun- decking dressed on two sides:
Installation with the Clerk of this Court ty. Florida 150 pieces 3 inch x 6 inch x 16 feet
Antenna and to 'serve a copy thereof upon Attest and County Comml *Ioneni 150 pieces 3 inch x 8 Inch x 16 feet
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, Seal Afflxeedt 100 pieces 3 inch x 10 inch x 16 feet

' f' PHONE HE 9.-2204 whose name and address is: RALPH E. HARBERT.. ClerkBoard The above to be ordered and delivered -
: '. Ray Selden of County Commissioners. when needed. The Board
.: .:"' '.' Selden Building of Flagler County Florida. reserves the right to reject any
.
'3w.; I 800 Main Street April 21-28-2tc and all bids.
Daytona Beach. Floridanot DATED at Bunnell. Florida.this

:1 : later than May 20th A. D. 1960. i IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY 19P1 day of April. A.. D... 1960.. .

li : : "p .: IN' THE CIRCUIT COURT OF If you fall to do so decree pro JUDGE. FLAGLER COUNTY, GEO. E. WICKLINE."ChairmanATTEST
COUNTY,'FLORIDA. confesso will be ,entered againstyou FLORIDA IN PROBATE. : ,
\ FLAGLER
.... IN CHANCERY NO.-3985 for the relief demanded in the IN RE: ESTATE OF RALPH E. HARBERT. .Clerk.. .
"' !ur.'R The nature of I April 1.8-tc. .
[ JAMES A. COLLURA.PlainUtf. bill of complaint. William Joseph Rapp. who Is one ,
\. OM -loa said suit being for divorce. and the same personas William
#
: 'SUCti WITNESS my hand and seal of J. Rapp. and .also' sometimes
-f-7 BUSY
IF AWTS ARE vs. said Court this 19th day of April Deceased. i
known -W. ;J. RapP.
>- DO LORETT.COLLURA. D. I960, I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
HOW' A.
; INSECTS -- Defendant* J To Ail Creditor and Person FLAGLER COUNTY, STATE OF
Seal
';,.?;.'- ,THEY FI TIME.' TO NOTICE TO BHFEND (Official RALPH) E. HARBERT Having Said Estate: Claims or Demand Against I I' FLORIDA.

OUR PtCNICS? STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Clerk of said Circuit Court ESTATE OF -
: : COME TO THE You and each of you are hereby
{ William who Is one
Sri ', -- 1 Loretta Collura.45 April 21-28 & May S124tcIN notified and required to presentany Joseph Rapp
I and the William
same person as
: Second Avenue
;;.0.'r,. t E. Rockaway New York THE CIRCUIT COURT OF claims and demands which J. Rapp and also' sometimes
have
.. you. or either of you may known as W. J. Rapp. Deceased.The .
hereby notified that a FLORIDA,
Tou COUNTY
are FLAGLER ,
;' .: 'Now Is the time .far picnics suit has 'been filed against you in IN CHANCERY NO. 3993 Joseph against Rapp.the who estate is one of and William the State of Florida, To All PerIDtere.ted of-
Estate
above entitled cause; and you sons In the
the JOHN A. LOGAN. same person as William J. Rapp.
said
moontains: are hereby required to' file your an- Plaintiff. and also sometimes known W.J. Decedent

.;;is 'your .car_ ready swer with the Clerk of this Court Rapp. deceased late of sand County You are Istrument hereby notified that be a
written
thereof vs, purporting
and tQ serve a copy upon
.,, the }job? If, hot, drive in, and... the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney THELMA GIBSON LOGAN. County, to the Florida County Judge at his of office Flagler in the Last Will and Testament of
Defendant. said decedent has been admittedto
;ai we'll'put it in top no'tch condition whose W name Cecil and Grant address is; NOTICE TO. DEFEND. the court house of' said County at probate In said Court. '

,ahead. Thelma Gibson Logan Bunnell. Florida within eight cal You are 'hereby commanded with
-t. for all those tripe 407% Main Street
: endar months from the time of the
: : Daytona Beach-Floridanot Box 572-F R. D. No. 2 In six calendar months from the
; later than May 16th A.D,. I960. Tom's River New Jersey first publication of this notice. I date of the first publication of this f
r Each claim demand shall be In ,
Srs If .you fail to do so. decree pro You are hereby notified that a or notice to appear in. said Courtand -'
writ In and shall state the place /
ET.
confessa will be entered againstyou suit has been filed against you In show cause, if any you can. why /
:; for the relief demanded in the the above entitled cause; and you 'of residence and post office address the action of said Court In., admitting -
:: bill of complaint. The nature of I are* hereby required to file your answer of the claimant and shall be sworn said Will to probate'should
said suit being for divorce with the Clerk of this Court to by the claimant his agent or not stand unrevoked.
I his attorney, and such claim
and to thereof any (Seal
)
WITNESS my hand and seal of serve a copy upon
the plaintiff plaintiff's attorney or demand not so filed shall be DUANE A. DEE;
said Court this 11th day of April or ,
t. A. D. 1960. I whose name and address Is: void.MARY County. Judge. Flagler County.

..- ,(Official _Seal) Hay Selden 1 A. RAPP I First publication on April 7, 1960. I
As executor of the Last Will '
Selden
Building April 1-14-2\-Z8--4tc
RALPH E. HARB RT
and Testament of William .Jo
,
rwN 800 ;Main Street -
Clerk of. said CIrcuitCourt '
:' /::' April 14-21-28 & May 6-4tc Daytona Beach, Floridanot I seph Rapp. deceased.
First publication April 7r 1960.
;-. ."\"'(' EQUIPMENT USED later than May 13th A. D. 1960. '- '
... IN THE COURT OP
April 7-U.21.8-4tc CIRCUIT
If fall to do decree
so,
you pro
;, SEVENTH
: IN CIRCUIT
THE
COURT. FLAGLER COUNTY
; FLORIDA.
confesso will be entered againstyou .
:". IDLEWOOD 7-3272 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND for the relief demanded in I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IN CHANCERY NO. 4002
FOR FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA v FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA. SARAH ISENHOUR BUCHANAN .
the bill''of The
::'tr IX EQUITY. EQUITY NO. complaint. nature
\ IN CHANCERY
NO. 40101 Plaintiff
said
of suit
being for divorce.
\\..,. .... .' LUCILLE 4000- M. WITNESS my hand and seal of 1 MICHAEL LORENZO Plaintiff, E. ;J. BUCHANAN. -

';.rNOTICE OF. 'DISTRICT,MEETING MARTIN.Plaintiff.. sad Court this 7th day of April Defendant.
r; vs.
_
,
I' OF MEMBERS OF 'OF FLORIDACITRUS A.D. 1960.
rg \ vs. PHYLLIS NOTICE TO DEFEND
"'" ,, 'MUTUAL JULIUS 1'.:. MARTIN, (Official Seal) LORENZO.Defendant.. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
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:.: '.,-. To all members of Florida Citrus :; Defendant RALPH E. HARBERT NOTICE TO DEFEND 2nd Lt, E. J. Buchanan 05306300
.' citrus
# Mutual residing in' or owning NOTICE TO APPEAR Clerk of said Circuit Court
AND THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Section 717. Box 90
;io:;:.;.. fruit grove property.ln Florida. Citrus ANSWERIN April 14.21-28 & May 5--4tc Phyllis Lorenzo Officer's Mail Room
,,t.;: ....,:, Commission Dlltriet. 1o. 3 comprising THE NAME OF THE STATEOF -- 14-41 30th Road Fort Monmouth. New' Jersey
'
f ;: Alachua, ,Putnam, 8t.'Johns.. FLORIDA: NOTICE. Astoria New York You are hereby notified that a

:.. .0'Y. Flagler. Marion' Levy and Semi- TOJ JULIUS F. MARTIN Notice is hereby given that pur- You are hereby notified 'that a suit has been flIed,against you in
Commissioners -
.
r.f. nqle Counties and, :County' You are hereby notified that a suant to motion duly made; seconded suit has been filed against you 'In the above entitled cause; and you
Twoand
''., Districts One. > suit has been brought against you' and carried by- the Board of the above entitled cause; and you are hereby requiredto file your answer
\ 'Three'of Voluala Counties given: that in the' Circuit Court- of Flagler County Commissioners of Flagler are hereby required 'to--file your An- with the Clerk of this Court ,
NOTICE Is hereby County. Florida: in Equity by County. Florida Hat a Regular swer with the. Clerk of this1. Court and to serve a copy thereof upon
said
,a
.pursuant to' the By-laws* of will LUCILE M. MARTIN Plaintiff and meeting of saidBQard held on the and to serve 'a copy thereof upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
:
Florida Citrus Mutual. there you are hereby required to.file, 4th day of April; A. D. 1960. Inspectors the plaintiff or plaintiff's attoney. whose name and address is:
t.. .t>>e held on the<5th 'day t>f May personally or by attorney with the I' and Clerks .of each Elec- whose name and address Is: Ray Selden

.' 1960. at :30'o'clock p..m. at Chamber Clerk of of said Court your writ I tion District or Precinct In Flag W. Cecil Grant ,. *..... > .is. ... Selden Building
of Commerce, .DeLand. Florida. ten defenses If any to the Bill ler County. ',F1 rid 7were appointedand 407% Main Street '+ r 800 Main Street
a meeting of the' members of said in Equity in said suit on or before voting places ot polling placesfor Daytona Beach. Florida Daytona Beach. Floridanot

Florida Citrus Mutual as ..desig the 30th day of May..A. D. I960 and each' Election District or Pre- not: later than May 23rd A. D. 1960. later than May 20th A. D. 1960.

mated above. of this ,meeting Is also to serve a copy of your writ.ten" cinct in Flagler County Florida. If you fall to, do so,' decree pro If you fall to do so, decree pro
The purpose defenses upon ,OSSINSKY & were designated for the First Primary vmfesso will be entered againstyou confesso will be entered againstyou
to elect three "directors of Florida KROL., Attorneys for Plaintiff at Election to be held on Tues- for the relief demanded In the for the relief demanded in the

Citrus -Mutual business and to transact' their offices at 411 Main Street. day the 3rd day of May. A. D,. 1960. bill of complaint. The nature, of bill of complaint. The nature of
such' other as may properly Daytona Beach Florida, on or before said suit
the said Board of County Commissioners said suit being for divorce. being for divorce.
"be considered: by 'said beeper- the 30th day of May. A. D. of Flagler County Florida WITNESS my hand and seal of WITNESS my hand and seal of

Proxy voting will not 1960- as required by the FloridaEquity having appointed the following saM Court this. 18th day x>f' AprilA. said. Court this 19th day o;. April
mitted: Rules and herein fall not named persons as Inspectors and' D. 1960.Official A. D. 1960.Official ,
Anyone representing a corporate or Decree Pro Confesso and Final Clerks respectively and having ( Seal) ( Seal) ,

member ot Mutual must have.such a Decree will be entered. against- you "<*nated 'the following voting or RALPH E. HARBERTCterk" RALPH E. HARBERT ,-
from
written authorisation' by default polling places for said Election: of said Circuit Court Clerk of'f said Circuit Court
corporate member to represent it That the name of the Court In Precinct No. 1 April 21.28 .& May-5-12--4tc: April 21-28 & May 5-1--ttc' '.
In Its
and vote
at the meeting' which said suit has been institutedIs Bunnell. Flagler County. Florida. "' ---
behalf. the Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial -
Vote in the County CommissionersRoom
Dated at Lakeland. Floridathis Circuit of Florida.. in and for In Flagler County ,Court -<

.. .. 22nd. day of April 1960. Flagler County In Equity and that House at Bunnell Flagler County Notice
',' CHARLES' C- PARTIN.. SecletaryFlorida the title of said cause is as herein- Florida.. I

',.' Citrus Mutual. I above set forth. Pearl Clarice Taylor.
Woods.
April 28-Itc' You_are further notified that the Flossie Richardson. Inspectors Notice Is hereby given, that the following described. lands or so
nature or saict suit is a suit tor Dallas Clerk. I ; much thereof, as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes
Gordon
IN '''THE CIRCUIT COURT OF divorce 'Precinct. No. 2 I -herein set opposite same together with coat of such sale' and adver-
FLAGLER COUNTY' FLORIDA WITNESS my hand and seal of Flagler Beach. Flagler County. tising will be cold at public auction on the 1st day of June 1960. at I
the office of the City Tax Collector in the Center Building
IN CHANCERY NO. 3967 office at Bunnell. Flagler County Florida. Vote In the Flagler Beach Community
MARY .LOU SINGER Florida this: 26th .day of April Recreation Center Flagler "Beach I beginning; at 10:00 o'clock A.>L, In the City of Bunnell. Flagler

Plaintiff. A. D. '1960.Circuit Florida. County Florida. .

vs ( Court Seal. ) RBERT Mable E. Sheeler.. Marie Brede. Description of Land S T R A *. Taxes Jk CostsFrac. I
RALPH E: .
E. SINGER
JOHN
Defendant. as Clerk of the Circuit Court sie Harry Haines.Whetstone Clerk Inspectors. ; Flos- Block 3A -... ;Wlllard Knight & Dorothy ..$ 1.20

NOTICE TO DEFEND of Flagler County Florida.OSSIo.SKY Lots'4-5-6., Block 19 H, '
THE STATE OF .FLORIDA. TO: & KROL at Precinct Hammock No.3Vote School Ex.' __.."__. Walton Johnston & Alice 6.00
'John E. Singer Solicitors for ,Plaintiff Orange. Lots 4.56, Block 19 I
;:.. 1046 Conner '411 Main Street' County.House. Orange Florida.Hammock. Flagler wi Ex. Val. __-.r ..._. Walton Johnston & Alice... %3.00.IAts
Detroit 15 Michigan'Ton : Daytona Beach Florida Lillie 1-2-3-4. Block 39
Taudy Bowden. Mae. Kelfer. H. Ex. __ Lamar Harris Jr. & Louise 6.00
are hereby 'notified that a April 23 &. May 5-U.U--4tc Burrell. Inspectors; Isabell. Dart ------- .
# Lots 123.Block 39
filed In
suit has been against you -
the above entitled cause land you INTHE 'CIRCUIT COURT OF- THE i t row Clerk.Precinct No. 3A LoEX. Val. .._ -.....- Lamar Harris. Jr. .& Louise. 29.00 / \\J
Block 59 Robert Parriah, 'Jr. & Evelyn 1.20 \
are hereby required 'to file your an- SEVENTH .JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, Korona.; Flagler County. Florida. I
.awer with the Clerk 'of this Court IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUN- Vote in. Church Hall. Flagler Court Lots 56. Block 59 ?-- -Eddie, Williams ---....-. 8.90J.W.
and ,to serve "a copy thereof upon TY. FLORIDA. LAW NO. T8: ty. Florida. Lots 34. Block 65 H. -
the plaintiff plaintiffs FORFEITURE OF THE Ex. Cauley & Ellamae 3.50
attorney
nIL RE: Thelma Roman. Mary Francko- .... Isaac Jones & Ethel Mae __ 1.90
Lot 9. Block 89 I
whose name and address is: FOLLO\VINQ DESCRIBED PROPERTY ---
wiak Inspectors
Eleanor Nlesen. :
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W..'Cecil Grant Lots 1112. Block 93 Ell&a Davis & Hazel Emanuel 2.95
407, Main Street : Mercury Sedan Sophie. Smlgielskf. Clerk.Precinct Lots 1-2-3-12. Block 98 W. H. McKenzie Estate......... 28.50
Daytona Beach. Florida 1. 1956 499Door No. 4 Lots 491011. Block 98 W. H. McKenzIe Estate 7.50 '
Serial Vote fn St.: Johns Park Community Lot 1. Block 23 .. ....._ -Nathan Brown & Willie Clyde 1.90 a
not later than June 6th A.D. 1960. 2. 1955 Pontiac Bard Top Sedan Hall St. Johns Park. Flagler .
4f- fair to do decree Lots 1-10-11-12. Block ,
you so. pro A755H7750
Serial County Florida. _.L-______
confesso will be entered against 3. 1955 Dodge Hard Top Sedan Naomi Pelllcer. Mary Pellleer. 124 __ -u Riley King 6.60

you for the1relief! 'demanded In, the Vehicle No. 34881736 Louise Hatcher. Inspectors; Dorothy SW % Lots. 7-8. Block. ;
bill of complaint: "Thena.ture ,of door Ford Sedan. Serial U4. ... .'-...; Lamar Harris Jr. __ 2.40
aald suit 'being for divorce. 4. A5AG115627 1955.2 Salf.e.rds.Ierk.. Lots 2-3 Block 124Lot Riley King .....4',,,..-...._ 3.30U- I
: Precinct.* 4A 9. .BIock4l24' .. Lamar Harris. Jr ,.. .....-L. 6.10
WITNESS my hand 'and seal of S. 195ft 4 DoorDodge-8edanr Vehicle Vote In Masonic Temple Building. : --- -t.
'salt!Court thta: Trod day of April Lots 11-1%. Block 125 W.I.. Lang.Eloulse 14.50
No. Florida.
.
5144553t : Bunnell County. '
Flasrler 129 Richard & 3.30. .
Bass
Lots Block Ruby
9-10. ; --
A. D. "I960. 6. 1949 4 Door Plymouth Sedan. Alma Shemeld.')Nina Spivey. Jen- ,

(O&clal.' RALPH Seal) IE.,: HARBERT' I Engine No JN'OTICR: P181U5U OF SALE, nie Green. Inspectors; Wanda Mer- Lots 129 N. %-....11..-. 12. .- Block..- i.. Eloise B. King ..._...... _._.. 18.50 I II

Clerk of' said Circuit Court I Notice is .hereby given that. In :cer. Clerk ', N. S Lot 1. Block 130 -f Fred Davis & Eliza ---- 4.00 ,
I Pre Inc Lot 10. Block 165 Chester Thomas &: Rosa Lee 1.90 ., ,
.April 28 & May-B- _1219-Itc accordance with the. provisions Vote in Community Hall. Espanola. -
U.S. I
I Lot 4 R/W ,
I Section 5 C 2.4 05. Florida Statutes Flagler County. Florida. except -
IN THE. CIRCUIT 'COURT OF : bovedescribed No.1.' Block 167 IL y '
VLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA. '1957. the for sale for property cash BettyDurrance.. Lucille Cobb Ex t.--.- _.. .1. David Dixon :U -..,. ..._______ %.50_ .;h ,

'. IN CHANCHRY- "NO, 3894 will the.offered highest bidder on the 16th Jewell Edwards, Inspectors; Agnes LOtBlockjn' -- :- ;Mary Kennedy. .. .;.L:.. ........,.._... ".OV.. ,
to -
NW 28 feet Lot 11. >; : .
.BftOWN. JR.
GEORGE at eleven o'clock
'" .Plaintiff; day of May 1960.to the claIm. right, I Block 168 _.....--..--- Eloise XIQg";" -__ 15,0OFrac.'Lot ( I
I. vs- .A. bi. subject interest of Time Finance 5. Block 169 : Llllle May:;. ;Johnson -'..--- ,...-. 18.0 .
.. BARBARA BROWN. title and .Lot 5. Block 202 Ralph E. Harbert _..... --- : li9J'-( .<
its of Daytona, Beach.
Inc..' f.
,
"rviee.
I iJrUnnu .
.
Defendant. the amount of $462.15 I'- JIIrr Lots 6-7-8-12. Block 202 Ralph E. Harbert 3.iff.-
Floridain ."' ,
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; Lot 7 Frac. Block 261 Unknown -_ : 1.0
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NOTICB'TODEFBXD In the 1965 2 Door Ford Sedan Serial -
THE STATS :OF FLORIDA; TO: No.. ASTAG115627: The Interstate BUNNELL, FLORIDA Tracts 3-6. parts N. Rd ? -: ., I
181
'" -" Barbara A. Brown Company of Or- No. 11. Bk 54 Pg.
Securities
136 Maple Street lando. Florida Jn the amount of Block C _.->H- 12 30. Francis G. Mark &. Delora _.JS.5Q "",
:: asllp. New"' York the 1955 Hard Top Dodge Tract 18 except Pt. Bk. "
$825.00 in '
\ You- are ''h< Y' notifiedthat No. 34881736. and SCT.ucie FULLER. Editor 26. Pg. 594 & PU Bk.. ::;<, .
a :
Sedan Vehicle !4RS 1L B.
Block 'C 11 ? 1' 30 Eddie Williams .. S.59Jo.: :.; !
suit has been' against you' in County Bank of Fort Pierce.'Florida. 19., Pg. 557, .. :: -- '
.: the above eat cause; and you In the amount'of $381.82In Lots 2-3 Block 2 Lin; ;?. c rt.'a ':7 ,
.
,' are hereby .to.file your; an- In 19Sa 4 Door Mercury' Sedan.. Beat aate$' HIIelai I'abheatloub Lott lbBlock 3.Ltn.- 'Ed London & Lucy .w.-- -. -M0: : ;;''y
tbsk of ,this' 78M: ;
:ewer with Court Serial 5 SIlf: "
'v.IT. Hill & 1'- "
Carrie ,
vnd to serve a. !Opy thereof upon _* The xamosait ot the highest bidmust' PmbHe N.tiees .f FU Pe. Hts. : ". I
I Lot 7 Block 4 Lin. Hte.T Willie Clyde .(Bass) Brown -i'4.0I
,
the "plalntlfwhoee. '. or ) intiffsattorney: immediately after '
be paid C. "MleipaHtieti tteretod Hts Mack Jones & Sarah ...... .. : : j
tI. address of articles = utr. Lot 8. Block 4 Lln t ; +
; name a Is: sale, land delivery ac ,.-" : i
; + Grant. Lot 9. Block 4 Lin Hts/ Gladys Mills '
-CeeJI immediately thereafter. ., Florida 1.i
40T1i cented- bidders may Inspectthe tie State Lot 4. Block 6 Lin Hts. Mack Jones & Sarah 1. ....-_ -<..

.'.. "Day to.MaijStreet .Prosoective vehicles .the. Klasler County Lot 5. Block Lin Hts. James Butler. ---- ,-._ I, >...; :": '
., Lots 12. Block 1 Bunt S'.J' ,' .
I. 1RJt.'atert A.DLK 1m. Moody Boulevard
JaH. _
East
setter
o el..a
i" R'ater'ed' .. ahead Charlie Williams & Lar - : : < 'you decree pro during business hours. nell H'Sites --- ; .. .
". -..:., oonfesso will k Centered against Receipt for amount of highest February 6,113.at the i.o.to U. Lots 13-14. Block 1. .W""\ rC1 : :. .. .
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Major "
Bunnell ITSites : '. J.: $, .
.... ,-y4t\I, for the raMWt demanded in the bid wit be given immediately afterMIe"f -- 'i- ? < .
'. ;Mill of corm The nature oCI1t of sale, .will be' executed at BvuneH Ftorf** ***** "et .! Lot 1.;- Block ". Bun. 'o'p.. &. Annie _' ."- ";
erwood'- 4.u--
-- 'f..Joseph Un :.
notsell7.8.3Block : :
.\ Deed' to purclasecwith y : ::
r- ,ElVOf' .= sash of after, aJe.iltb 1he a., 149lA. 1 Carver = ," -t .. -- 'ks : c .."

: of .ASr41j days. : *ay .of AprilCourt. .' II I > hb. rs .... .... ::.. Isaac .Johnson" Viola._ ...18' :" .
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,; Lots, 12-13-14. Block --.o-: a,. : ..
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; On. .-. -*L6inrL' < Robert. .Under od.,& Willie tC'l,
year.- CarverSub.ry f' .
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.. Thursday, ,April[;,,28,,-19!; 6 .
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: honoring: : Mrs. Babbitt- being FLAGLER BEACH -' return of her mother, Mrs. Judy her husband, Sgt. Thomas Clark,
I ; each- 'II her birthday anniversary: i j GARDEN CLUB r Clark who returned that day who had been stationed with the
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iI: .. The next regular meeting of from a two weeks trip'to San Marines in Japan. Mr;:and Mrs ,

Continued""trom'-Page ,4, r PROPERTY. EXCHANGE..' .. tt' t the Flagler Beach Garden Club Diego, San Francisco and Los Hart motored to Jacksonville .
'I : : Angeles Califl:, where she met Monday to meet ,Judy. ,,
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BIRTHDAY DINNER from Anderson, S C., recently May 3, in the Woman's
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:Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hahsal- purchased Mr. arid Mrs. Walter, Club,.building. ,Hostesses will be .. .
packer were hosts on. Monday ,Knight's ocean front home here. i t,Mrs. Amy Threadgill and :Mrs. '
evening for a birthday dinnerfor The buyers have been visiting Abby Hansal acker. Installation CRAIG FUNERAL HOME : '
and ,Mrs. William Babbitt I .
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here on several -. occasions, je- of officers the coming year .
and '''their children' Brenda. recently. ;c/, ; has been planned for May 10th. :.. A. 1L CRAIG. Funeral. Director '

Vicki and Willie! They. .were r.'-' ,- I I'h Mrs.S. H. Wersching from Chicago JOHN HARDIN.. Associate ; .
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former residents in .'.
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.of -CHECK'TH'E JOE MAN'THEY .\ ..
r Mr. and Mrs Herman Friedrich' V V CHECK THE :
I am experienced in municipal government, haying St ,
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: GO TOGETHER! I
,.: 1 served 2 years as City Commissioner jbf Bunnell. I -
I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Patterson I
from Cincinatti, Ohio, have ELECT 1 1rh !
am experienced in the functions of the County, 1 I
been visiting this week herewith ,
4.__ having been employed in every phase *of Road. their son in-law and daughter DOYLE
Mr. and Mrs, George Miles
; I' Bridge Construction and( ai ie1Jance. Lhave.-operated Moody.:

:< '", 'drainage"'machinery. and I know. the 'necessityof
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f drainage in this County.* t",; >- Denise Clark was honored witha
b J -,,' family party on Monday eve
: I have owned:,and operated successful business ning marking ''her third .birth. -
: at the home of her AGRICULTURE
day mother, commissioner of
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Judy Her
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V.F.W. Post 5213.. / her aunt, Mrs. John Barker and

I "; .. children celebrated with her. I j i Paid for by John A. Clegg Deputy Treasurer
: I FOUGHT FOR YOUR. .. ',RIGHT TO ;YOTE. They also were celebrating the ,
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_..... ,.: minutes and proceedings 6f the meetings. That'you the citizens cah'::'"
study these at any, time you so desire. *
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i ..e; ( f Financial ,Recorder 1 that I will '
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ELECT-the :executive' ;; :- "0' $' '" 4 _.'." ? T. Shelton- Brooks" "**" rf'r> ;-. ;5.",.t. ; Jo .,. ,
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"FAGE'EIGHT' .'4.e .<' '' *THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, ,BUNNELL,. FLORIDA 1 ... : :Thursday, ApfiU28I960:

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. ,Bunnell ... tine as dart _of her ,talent. The<;I i RITUAL PURITY Subscribe to The Flakier Tribune, $2.50 Yearly iDA v ce.IS.IESlay

girls were judged on, beauty, Ritual purity assumed enormous -
School poise and talent.. Th revere
High importance in the lives of .
Headlines representatives from Hastings, the Essenes. the ancient Jewish 'Insured & Rest AssuredGET '

Paltaka, Crescent City'and Green sect which preserved arid concealed -, .j

." '?; (By ,Betty ,Jo .Bne18) Cove Springs.If the Dead Sea Scrolls. The _

The"Seniors have been countIng you haven't gotten an an. famous Qumran community contained t THE BEST PROTECTION FROM

,'the days until graduationand nual yet, please 'hurry. There many cisterns and bas. .1

the class trip, only four are only 26 left., The Seniorsare ins. According. to the Jewish I I. T. COOK AGENCY
more weeks. Getting the correct having another, bake sale- historian, Flavius JoSephus, the

name cards proved quite amuse- door to door. Also report cards Essenes bathed daily to purify Citizens ilK 114,. Bunnell, Florida .1
Ing the other day. Some of the were given out this Wednesday.t themselves. .
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.Seniors found some of the other .. .
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Senior's middle (or shall I say .,,-: ;- .' -o-:
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tests the other,day.":Those ... '.
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Betty. ; ) .; \ > REPUBLICANC: Initials of ",_ : ;; y'
and ,Arthur Carle.
Buddy Taylor, f
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They all felt it was a wonder- : I
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tuf way to spend their Easter '" .::
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vacation, after all who wouldn't I t
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rather take tests than spend anice 55 \ '' ,, ; t:
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The Juniors seem to worried ,. :: .,. ., : .. ,
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about the number of people attending :",J- "' -< &. "' .' .
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though the main problem is I .. ,.. _
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At least: that's the reason most FLAGLER COUNTY'l
of the Juniors and Senior g r Shave \ ; d :"

been giving. According to ,\

Polly Forson those ,attending. !:v'To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot mark a cross (X) in. the sq r" Yt "P'- .

thus far are: at the RIGHT of, the. name of the person for whom you -desire to_ vote. f' -'
Patty 'Nles n-Al.Paqul; Betty t I'
Abbott-Walter: Coleman (Seville; t': I ,- ,' J' f ."
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Polly Jerry ; } ;'- F.:: I .-' _. 's-;' -
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Ann, Morris-Roy Likins; :' .
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Julia .Gordon Herschel Simpson "
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Sandy Gumble-Danny' Frailey; ;: -r -, "

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;Juanita Prlee'Ronald'Jaszcz 1 .
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.art:f4, : ., .' \ OVER BACK-COUNTRY ROADS A d5S
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Everyone was delighted that Susan ::A:.., Y'y' .N Sl. WITH A Y-HIGH LOAD OF TIMBER,

Jane was selected as the '

FFA Sweetheart' from our district :.i{':. .4
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at the district meeting here }?}: ?}j}:: : i

last week.. 'Susan did a tap rou-

SCA VICTOR : shows the big rigs .


LIVING COLOR- TV : : : how it's done!
."LOOK FOR TUB PICTURE: ,
JST THE WIN now" I : ,,
Southern 'Sadie & Television :.

226 E. Granada-Ph. OH 7-2001- : That's a 6303 medium-duty Chev

ORMOND :..;:.. .?: rolet powered by a 283-cu.-fn. VS. -

THE OUTBOARDER- I But there's sure nothing medium-
<:'- duty about the load. Mr. J. E.

Authorized Evlnrude Dealer % :>W 1?' Blankinship Arkansas logging ,
BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS :: : :::' contractor, says both of historsionspring -
+ Dockage ,-WE Storage FINANCE- Free Ramp liliW i
50 miles hour with "
at 40 to per .
825 Ballough Rd-Dayton
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I maintain a 5-trip-a-day

: I _i with no trouble at all" Figure the ,0 .

>..y > money you save when you've got .-
v miirx.FRUriS..I.II! r a medium-duty truck that can < :

'- \ :?':' :y. < ;h ;: cover 30,000 back-country miles a _. '"
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a high-tannage.loadl
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amount of praise truck owners are e. .
CYPRESS .
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';- spring suspension. Owners like the ,
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&i ., _. :4 easier, can move faster off the road
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U8.MiaMflpnIJflpffl4.lSpaFOR. '.' without beating the driver to death .:, :
:: and shaking loose all the sheet metaL ? -

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0.' :"ALFORD of miles before trade-in! Drive ,r. ,'.
$eqsteredIteaI a '60 Chevy just once. It's whole, ,"' 3: :
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Estate Broke: new.experi nee. r -'; :. :; -; :
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.P----leH.. FIB *of back,roads a day dogging timber.out ...::' .
d of the woods and delivering it to. the :
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THursday' ,,April '28, 1960'1' : THB>FLAGLER:.TRIBUNE. _BUNNELL, FLORIDA: --. :-,:'.; .., PAGLNINE.. :
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Doyle Conner, winding : }: ,

up, 'his whirlwind satewide Cm1palgn .. ''' .. ." .
for Commissipner1 of Agriculture '"'- ,, "'>" 1'; DEMOCRATIO ... -, Initials o "
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1UIIsb rough ,and bade counties, -- : : .OFFICIE.'PR 1TI T! : '

declared '"this important ..cabi -.' > "'; \" : : ; / 'i:3; :

,net post, demands; a man with ...". .: -.'" ,'" ,., ;. : STUB NO.. 2 t. < .,r;,< f ..
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proven perment pertonnance.'testeci arid dedicated dignity temI"''I ) "t> ': ':" :: : '\ ( 1 ;;; : '3

Conner cited his 10-year' : legis*' < :" .. I :f" 4 F 3 rfi' F
lative record in the, House Hof : L'pEiQCRATIC .

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chairman, Including of :numerous the House; ,committees Committee -_ ,<::;: ',, .,.. _. ,.v OFFICIAL, .., PRIMARY..._ .. : ,. :. ,. 11 ,:? "' -1::'. 1....

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of his leadership tempermentfor .; I FLAGLER COUNTY = ''> '.. x ;>:1t1.i Ai -- '

,this .office. "Certainly the ,/ .i ..: .: . ': t i ; j'

dignified type .of campaign I, rife -

,have conducted clearly. indicates : .. ,\To..vbte:! for a person whose name is printed on the ballot mark; a cross (X) in the square" ,;< ;J'i

that I possess the dignity' to :':. ., at1 the RIGHT: of the. name of the person for whom you desire to vote. 1.." :" f''; """"t- .. .!
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Rep. Conner further pointedout r' .. .::'_: 'JUSTICE'.OF THE SUPREME COURT (Vote for one) > {< ::t .1
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that as a fourth ,'" '-.2 A "?- ....a.. y
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tor and insurance agent he had : _.... :.,. .it 1'

the business abUity''and as a : ...CHARLES J.. BODNER : ,ERNEST E. COLLINS 1J, .'t ., .f'\P: :,
30- veteran of, the' State'r H".1. ,., 'i''' ''
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i experience.,- ; k1ng him ,- ., WILLIAM O. \IURRELL, JR. F15/ -:
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the only ,all-around" 'qualifiedcandidate JUDGE OF THE, DISTRICT.COURT. t/4: .,., .

for Commissioner OF APPEAL : __ RAILROAD AND ,PUBLic; UTILITIES, 4: \ '
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Is one the people of Florida: ., .. "" .* .. .::
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know "I" have fought '' (Vote for ) 3 : .'- -
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'v't. ... t"" } ..v:::' .;..f. tL', .?,
against price controls; fought Jor.A : "- .. .' : :; : :. it J.?-
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more and better' schools, led thftglit y "'t" .' 0. ROBERT BELLs Y "" '" t T. '
I'.' HARRY M. ARKUS F'> f 5; ., .
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aid ,to, dependent ,children and ..--.l. : '
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'numerous other legislation for STATE EDWIN LEE 'uED" MASON .. '. ,\ :.. : > :. : .
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the betterment of olU"'state. and ." GOVERNOR..... : ..... ..* % j.?' .' \ -'.$&t-. :
.i,. '.' for, the benefit!ot. all of the peo- < (Vote for ode") KJ: COUNTY ''*'; : r-' '' \ >, *"/ '
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Florida' .will tier ii1/-. :; Jf.iit ;,.;. ' people: .of > ". 9 '!t..,".. -. ,. ,..... '"'--. eRe) ri' ., ff'..,, ,'"'--,, .,
Vie: 'background,, qualifieatteBSaad : *% -, I : ': >
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;t t t, lam Commissioner..confidentat of Agriculture my candidacy :" DOYLE E. CARLTON, JR S I 'I.T. K. (Buddy) Mcl4 GHTn F'r; ...;, ;

.': {'.' .measures. up to the' high stand- '. :; .. ;. ["CLERIC OF THE CIRCUIT- COURT .: ', ,; r.:: ,Xi'
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P.;A A.:. (Zip! ) EIMONSON tvJ I Am Running For Constable Of Flagler County t nsr ,

If Elected Pledge To Continue To Run The OfficeAs

f- It Has Been Run The Past 4 Years:So, Jt. 'Will. '
Not Hurt The Taxpayers. ." ...-f':: ,_ .,
L Earnestly 'Solicits Y'nr We anil Sipptri tt. 1 -:

I- WILL: APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE:.'

:" Fir The Office tf .. U CARL BRATCHER '

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'Subject Tt The May 3 lementiii Primary "Departures by" the DevelopmentLoan Vote to Elect '''':T1a '

Fund from stated and un-
<. PoL Adv. Pd. by P.A. (Zip) Edmonson derstoqd policy have resulted in f

............................,1'.............. ................."-.. ...........J'.a.,.-.J Jt pose substituting for'whicli the the primary Development pur- Lamar Harris,. Jr; ''' ., .

Loan Fund was established- Clerk of the Circuit Court .
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< To The of orderly, economic developmentthe' -.- : .
People Flagler County: State, Department dollar-, Flagler County -

It is with due consideration that I announce, my studded concept of international
diplomatic negotiation." I Will Conduct The Office In An Efficient, Courteous .-
candidacy for the office of County Judge, subject and Business like manner. ':.,., ,
Thus the House Committee on
: to the Democratic Primary on May 3. Government Operations reports, I Will Appreciate Your Vote In The May 3rd ". _

: .,I earnestly and sincerely; ,solicit your support and, after investigation, that the Development Primary. ': '
has
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vote for this office. Pd. PoL Adv. by Lamar Harris Jr
far afield from its original
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T. K. "(Buddy) McKnight concept : -
It was established in 1958, as Yy

separate Government corpora-
PoL Adv. Pd.. by T. K. (Buddy McKnight
tion to help finance projects and I Wish-to Announce, to the People of Flagler County

'. ...............:.,.:............:;:................................... programs the designed long-range to contributeto economic '. ; That I,.Am A Candidate For' I ', .1 ,

growth of less..devel ped nationsof -i -_ '*f

C.: : :1F' LYMAII L.. GAGE's loans the Free and World guarantees by means-money of "_;<:"' County Commissioner- ,. '

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,. country developed.This V .
was 'welcome switch >i
Solicits y v.ie ad a I Own and Operate A Farm In The Biraini Sec
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Mutual Security Program which tion- and' A. Small Business in. Bunnell ,If'":DelectedI .. .
consisted predominantly o f Expect To Apply Acceptable Business Practices
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To. My Action On The Board. ;
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as it was first set up, was to
::C..ltJ Ctmiissiiier Kstrittf .. I_. 5 help our less fortunate neigh HOKE, COBB r
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Pol. AdvBy Lyman L. Gage
The Committee emphasizedthat
the executive branch has '. AND KEEP..
represented to Congress that the '"
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CIRCUIT COURT location of funds. No commit-
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I wish to announce the people of Flagler County approval by the fund of specific -

't- >. that I am a candidate\for re-election as projects and the fund does I I
not provide money for "short
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term" or "emergency" political Your County aid Juvenile Judge
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I .' Subject-,- :1:V. to the Democratic- Primary.. May, 3. : of FlaKIer County, Florida

S;' -<, 'I May-f-I: also thank the! .people of Flagler County I % -

: ; for their. ,cooperation during the past' 14 years as FIRST IN JUDICIAL EXPERIENCE :-
J,. r your Clerk. :

r ,.': If t. am returned ,to.,the office,' I shall. continue .
I >t J .I .have attended two (2) Traffic; Court Schools .
: to 'render to everyone prompt, courteous: and efficient
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.. I have attended Juvenile Court Judges School. .
PoL Adv_ :Pd. by Ralph E. Harbert

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',case, appealed" the.Circuit":.Courtandi1t-was..ruled,.... i ",
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I have had only three (3):'cases appealed to;the

0. ROBERT -:. Florida District Court Appeal at Tallahassee, and

: Jkeriff of Flagfer Canty all three were ruled in my favor. .;
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7 v. Continued Honest, F.ir'.nd, l Impartial. YOII term of Charles E.. Cfeal and, then elected- to" a
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An experienced attorney and .' '. ,L am active in"t pivic,arid Veterans organizations.at f

gt\Y: vi le and support wW b.- epprciod. combat is veteran the. Collias,1Uer whose Peal ppoaeat -. :"\7 1 i ,. ',.. ; !'. J*:,;..r. ,
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SAYS - "DLF was established as aseparate 1959 went to India $195 mil-) the Fund." VV V -
I in order to J lion of which $175 million was'! One. extra gallon of your cfeoice
(Continued from Page 10) agency emrphaslze The Committee proposes remedial V
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the distinction betweenits in the form of two earmarks.} legislation if
necessary, :
,,r'! ;needs. The Committee says purposes and those of other Not one dollar of < this money I to get DLF back'. on the track Mary Carter Paint Store
;these representations are inac- portioof the :Mutual Security was restricted to use in any?I
Congress intended for it.
Also Weatxratn Shopping: CaterFlorida .
.curate-that "the'-Fund"' jte not Program concerned primarily identifiable planned 'project. In-? Contrary to the general Impression --- "
functioning as a separate agen with the promotion of foreign stead it constituted simply a1 DLF loans are- not going
cy but Is being Interferred with policy or foreign trade. The dis- 'lIne of credit' to India, which to Soviet Satellites. There needs '

I I :by State Department "in ,evaluating tinctiveness of the DLF hasbeen the Government of India used,}are no loans to' Poland, East his 20 years

.;' "and accepting'' loan pro lost .through recent policy for. the most part, to pay for, Germany, Rumania, Hungaryand of Law V
posals.. It adds: changes, and true independencefor orders already placed before!I Albania. V
"In many cases, DLF has not the DLF is not possible while the loan had been approved.i and Public

.. followed the Congressional .intent the Undersecretary of State Retroactive approval of orders ServiceExperience. .
:. that order by brought into chairs the DLF Board. Maim already placed is essentially f ...

our efforts to assist' the 'eC n m.. taining DLF as a' separate the same character as the< retirement Frank &'Glad's L .

development of lessdeveloped agency costs the American tax of debt, which, is pro 1 l'J.

nations, and has failed to" payer currently about $2 mil. hibited by Section 516, of the SHOE REPAIR MASON
bring to that phase of' the U.-S. W. MOODY BLVD.
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lion _a, year; it is difficult to Mutual Security Act. Block West of Railroad .
Foreign Aid '''PrOgram the 'bust.ness.lIke' Justify such. a expenditure mere "...,.Documentation for ex*. General Shore Repair J R.R. and PUBLIC UTIUTIES
approach it was de. to a' facade." COMMISSICNEX M.M. Ah.Support ,
ly preserve periditures was accepted which .
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was not up generally
to the Fund's loan
Pointing required." 1 "inliillIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIilllllllllJlllllllllillnnH! !! ! IIIIIlIillllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllilillHilllllllllm!! !!! !IIIiIIIiiHm!!! !! l UfIlllli:! I'- .
program in Irldia, the Committee .
Community The Committee cites a number
this to
had say: "
of other instances where it '
and Vote
"Approximately 25 per cent "' 4 .
Memorial ChurchInterdenominational
; of all monies available to the charges the DLF hajs? been "un

businesslike" in its operations.What for ,
Daytona Ave. to..do about it? '
FLAGLER BEACH Control Whitefly on The Committee recommends ;

that DLF reappraise its' lending I : OMAR Sonny) Efflit .
Sunday School 10:00.A.. .M. Shrubs by Oil Spray policies and operations to 6in- .
Church Service 11:00'A.M., I' still order into our efforts to assist -.
I Don't let whitefly mar the economic Candidate
in the develop
R. "W. DICKERT Pastor
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of ornamentals
beauty your ment of the less-developed nations -
EVERYONE WELCOME spring, warns James E. Brogdon,' ..so that its resources are County Superintendent of Public $cfT (/ ,

entomologist Agricultural Extension with the Service.Florida. used only for specific projects I believe that having a Masters Degree in Education my

and programs, properly evaluated experience as teacher, and my record in Flagler County
Plant foliage turning yellowis
Elect in advance.' makes me wholly qualified for your Superintendent of .
one symptom of the pest. A
"That the State Departmentnot Schools. .
TOM ADAMS black film of fungus over the intrude excessively into the ,
upper surface 6f the leaves is operations of the DLF and thatit I pledge to work/bard for a better school system and
to keep petty politics and cliques out of the.schools.
a sure sign that whitefly is around not impress its politically- 't .
: ALL I This County needs a public relations man, an educator.,
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.?} .7 : FLORIDA'SCANDIDATE April is a good time' to con- YOUR CLOSEST OUTLET I a man of dignity for this office.cAn .

,..' \ .. trol these insects' by applying For Quality Furniture IV, Caucator educator' .".
.. t a spray mixture of 4 tablespoons "We're Out of the for an 5 job. .
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of white oil per gallon of wa i I Hight Bent District" 1 Vote for The Candidate of Your Choice But Be Sure to Vote.'
FOR ter. The entomologist reminds,I CHRIS'S FURNITURE .... .
is I Pol Adv Pd by Omar (Sonny) Ergle "r*
that privet
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1690 Rldcewood Ave. Holly Hill
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: that privet suffers little injury .. ,. 1
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SECRETARYOF ed too, it will cause other ornamentals !

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-.. j.Edwin' Jjaraon, for 19 years your State Trees modern, worry-free push-button living... w

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:. :J.1te'Royal .Ambassadors ,left'Thursday y o. '. '
for Tahahassee for'I
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Z ". ... -' ;- and' Phillip! Reverend I .. .' ": -
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The boys who ,went were Levi I : And Accreditation of Schools -" .
Brannam, Scotty Crews, David ; ., ,
, : i Sheffield Jack Wetherington
.: ,' Larry Cox,. Mike Dozier Allen Let me discuss my candidacy for re-election. as have one of the better school systems in the State ,
z ; Jones and 1. The most outstanding your School Superintendent. with harmony and cooperation existing'through- i
Ambassador' was Billy out the system and with personnel who ,exerting i I
;".... Cypress It seems that the issues in this campaign involve are -
:":. :of Gulf Stream. We got me personally and not the educational program in every effort to fulfill their duties to the youth. !
f "back Saturday evening; and of Flagler County.
Flagler County, which makes 'me feel good- to know
:':-,., everyone agreed... we all had ,a that our program has been accepted. Rumors, per- During the past four years, many definite im--. I
.f., great time. I sonal attacks and insinuations made in the closing provements have been made in all phases of our i

If*i< :. At last we had the Science, days of a political campaign are made for the purpose school ,program. There has been an extensive build I
ing costing about ,$400,000 to supply ...
V+* ':\ Fair yesterday. There were some of discrediting a candidate for the. office that program
Y v\" t : he seeks and should be ignored. needed classrooms and physical facilities in all -
t.. mighty,good projects. You could, .
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J. -'.. tell everybody had worked for
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,. I have never recommended the employment equipment has been purchased in addition to the
months on, them or ,the dismissal of anyone in the, school;, system for ,', audio-visual, science ,and laboratory equipment.All .

11"i i-; .Report cards came out :yesterday personal reasons. My recommendations have always this without cost, v to the taxpayers of Flagler \
Oh : been made for the best interest 'of the school The from the
i Boy Only one more County. money coming Minimum
r.: .' month 'til summer.' system and always will be made on that basis.I Foundation Program, State Matching Funds, and

[, .. have lived in Flagler County all my life. I was Race Track Funds.. '
raised to conduct myself in such a manner that Contraray to rumors being circulated that I am
[' Beach :Elementary people would know my moral standards; my hon- about to break the county by the amount of taxes

r, esty, and my integrity without having to shout my ,being assessed, by the School Board, I want you to
k' School News virtues from the hill tops. know that' only 26% of the total operating budgetof

r' .(By' Holly'Golien) As to my health-I want "to assure you that I the School Board-to be exact 118,000 per
Well;:it seems' that everything have, completely recovered from my heart attack year-is being collected from county taxes. No
happens to Glenn' Miller. This and stroke, with the exception of partial immobility one, in the ,'county can truthfully say that the

,>;.t'1.i time he saved Scott Wilder's, :of my left arm and: leg. Dr. Canakaris will school tax burden penalizes anyone and perSon-
:: .-_, brother ,He was playingon.. the verify this. ally I-never will be a party to any suchaction, ,
dock by the. canal, and he fell I am, a ,properly owner, a taxpayer, and assure because I am confident that all revenue neededby
off into the water*'Glen jumped you that my interests: are'in and for Flagler Coun the school system'can be raised or secured without ".

: ,In and .saved.. him. ty. My home, is, here and I intend'' to-stay here.I a tax burden to anyone. '. .

, I,guess 'xnosj*i.lPt, y o a_.have .already ; am married 'and have two boys$ jii} Bunnell There has been an extensive, long-needed main- a A
:... beard that,we, are having High School* My wife is a teacher in the Bunnell tenance program completed in' order to utilize< some
of facilities.The \
a 'marble ,tournament. 'Those School where she,has taught for 24 y arS. I assure our present
who are :playing:: Scott Wilder; you I understand the school system from the viewpoint number of instructional personnel has been
Claude League; Stuart Rockett, of a teacher haying been married to her for increased with a higher level of certification. Our
Bobbie Curable, 'Ed Schatz, Ray 22 years. curriculum has been broadened to include over 30

.Gordon, Art JVfcDanlel, Albert I am aA,member of the Methodist Church\0 and elective course offerings in high school. We have
Raughly, _Cecil. Woods, Glenn serve on its Official Board, the Masonic Lodge, Morocco strengthened our math, science, foreign language,
Miller, Bill Tydings, and Roger: Temple, Shrine Club American Legion, Florida audio-visual program and established a guidanceand
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' :Dykstra. The,.three,,winners will Education Association, State and District Su-: counselling program ,by the -use of National
y,I'' then ''gO to Bunnell and play for perintendent's Association, haying serVed and am Defense Education Act Funds. We have received

they, County', Championship.Well .. now 'serving on committees in all three professional approximately $9,000 for that purpose.
\ 1 >1 that's about all until organizations.I We have recently received approval of $20,000

next, week except that I wentpkkntck ,was educated in the Flagler County Schools and for a Special Project with Volusia County. A proj-
hg' at Dead Lake Sun. the University of Florida. I do not have a master's ect that neither county could have secured aloneto
'day afternoon and saw Johnnie degree in ,agricultural education. Not being an establish a laboratory and material center for
Ruth Miller and her cousin, teacher and classroom use- We have also receiveda
agriculture teacher, I do not have any need for one.,
'. ::Sayznond ,Allison. r grant from the Ford Foundation for an Edu-
I am an administrator not a school teacher. Being
cational Television and
study to be madeto
survey
.. a school. teacher alone'has very little bearingon
not
55 see whether or educational television {3
the qualifications ot your Superintendent. My needed and whether it is.practicable and feasiblein
ability as, an administrator and educator as Superintendent -
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( r, "J speak the same in Flagler County has been recognized, Flagler County.
*language"t-> "11-- in all ,parts because I have the third request for my biographyto All ,this being ,obtained by knowing how and ..:... ,
where it. .
't oFioriOO. I won't be published in, "Who's Whb In The South and to get ;
.ftfumgh. ... ,. '. Southeast" You do not obtain that honor by ask- Flagler County is one of the few'counties in the .
,what I.do or State of Florida offering 15 of free public
: .. .-",. ing: for,itf, you have to be selected. years
;,_ .8 syccihst. whether The,recent. standard for accreditation of schools education--kindergarten ,through junior college.
flUliM"or loses vOi S. adopted: by the Southern Association Secondary --1 am very proud of our schools, and I am proud
:: Schools and Colleges, which has beep interpretedby that I have contributed to the progress and ad-
/ ".'.. ; I amceni.. .! -......?myself. the .Florida Committee states that, and I quote, vance in our total program the past four years. I
< : .;.' ol3ly.- .sZM6ther "Any ,person ,seeking to serve as the County SuperiftteHdenU am particularly proud of all the compliments re-
'\ e: is. for the first time must have 18 semester ceived from every member,of the State Departmentwho
:- : hours ,of college credit: in administration have visited our schools. Also, the very highly
; Bright, .. complimentary report .submitted by the Evaluating
a4 supervision at the graduate. level for your
schools' to be accredited by thatassociation.", I i Committee from the Southern Association of Sec
fulfill that requirement by being your present Superintendent : ondary Schools and Colleges of the recent Evalu-
I. think that requirement deserves lation: Report for continued membership .in that .'

your careful''consideration. .. Association. 4 '
: 'The Jflafcler.County School, System is big busi- I want to continue to be a part of your school r.. :'

rwtnng"h .tip,, involving'some- $400,000 a year to :operate,. system by asking you to re-elect me as your .
and requires,,an ,executive ,and administrator who Coanty Superintendent, that I may continue to
'has;'had experience in, various fields in serve in, every' way possible to give you quality' ,
order to efficiently and effectively administer the education, to give you a dollar's worth of educational -

c 8e system,. He, has to have a broad knowledge advantages for every dollar spent, and to
', af Finance; ,' School; Law, State. Board Regulations, give 'you the type of leadership and administra- '
Curriculum,, Pel'BOnnelTranspona on; Maintenance tration that you rightfully deserve by assisting. your :
,' Architecture and construction. My seven School Board in providing everything necessaryto
years of,' successful, administration of your school make Flagler County School the best in the State.

system is ample. :proot of my qualifications. I-=am asking for your vote and support for reelection -

'Yoa .elected me to this office four years ago at on my record as your School Superintendent -
IJtctzL. a time; when chaos existed in the school} system in and assure you. that if you re-elect me as your -.,.
-' 'Fngler'Cty. I made you definite promises that Superintendent, I, will, work as tirelessly and! as ; i
''T: : I wou Jd ,give you .a Just and harmonious adminis- .. fearlessly in the future as in the past to do everything c
GARLTON ,6-mfcon ,of yeur sekoofe, and with the cooperation : possible for the benefit of our youth. t-, T..\
&s "c : ',of,'the School Board I would! operate the schools. Why gamble :with the future education of your i-
= .. :' .Jor' the benefit of our children alone. WWPe-n when you have a proven. and accepted' t::
'"- GOVERNOR J ,bane 'kept thote des to you and today,we ...' pr: Cram in your school system? '. '
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