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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: May 12, 1960
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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,t VOLUME.,.' 48, NO.' :18 .,..w BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1960 : : ,, i '*.i':",-:.$2.50-CK,, A YEAR
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\ {Star- ,Tw5rler' Set Flagler Beach VFW Post Plans School Board Action .::.' ; .


:For: July 4th Fete.. Citizens Meet For Rare Races

k Relieves Ergle of .Duties<
At Flagler BeachSandra Wednesday NightOver Sunday Afternoon ,

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I Flans for the,Kart ,Races Sun I '
lS.year.olddaughter day afternoon,' at the Bunnell The Flagler County Board of be given an annual contract due
hundred .
of Mr. and Mrs.; Harry_ P. Stead- a citizens attended Public Instruction voted threeto to a change of assignment this
the Citizens Committee Airport were:completed, at the
,of Ormond Beach two on'motion. at their year. S
_ man, who in Flagler Beach Recreation Center Veterans of Foreign Wars Post '
holds four major titles in twirl last Wednesday night. John 5213 meeting'Tuesday' night ,meeting Monday night to rescind He also recommended that

Whitmore of Commander: Wilfred Hunter said their action of the May 4 Omar Ergle, who'has taught vocational -
Daytona Beach meeting and accept. Supt. Z. D. agriculture 'for 3H
today I
acted as moderator of the meet '. Holland's second recommend, .
Contestant;, from Daytona years be given an annual con-
ing. _
tion. This action of the board
tract. He said he felt it was
Beach New-Smyrna Beach Co-
Dr. Mulrennan of the State !relieves Mr. Ergle of his duties t for the best Interest of the
I, Board of Health 'and coa, DeLand ':r latka, Jacksonville I
East Coast J as teacher at the end of the school under the present circum

Bunnell, and
nearby
Mosquito Control spoke. He ex- over| j school year. The board voted stances.Mr. .
plained the land! fill operationof i cities have already signed up ,on May 4 to hire him on the
in 'the ( Ergle had Mr.
opposed
to compete races Sunday I
garbage disposal, stating this : annual contract basis.
Holland in the recent primaryand
help to prevent epidemics of I afternoon. The motion Monday was made
I was defeated by Mr. Hol-
diseases flies rats The reigning Miss Birthplace
and most and
by Mrs. Ria Johnston, seconded land). J
quitoes. He offered to make a of Speed, Beth Jo Revels, will
t I by W.L. Dunson. Voting
the trophies to the win-. Mr. Holland's second recommendation -
free survey of'this area if the present
Johnston, Dunson, and
yes were
was that they be
I of the races it stated.
citizens ask !or- it. ners was
Roy Likins. Voting no were relieved of their duties at the
Members of'the, East Flagler. A report on ,the Variety Show :
I I Raymon Tucker and'Harold Em- end of the year if they did not
Mosquito Board Lyman Gage ,was made an want to accept on this basis.A .
Frank Brede, and; George Moody ed it to be very successful. The ery.The
r.ancir. May 4 meeting of the: letter was read at the meet-
.r were ''present. The committee is post voted to make it an annual
f ; .Cf
lUf I board was for the .jpurpose of i ing Monday night from Mr. Me-
II I writing to!ask the: city commissioners event. I I
I.I receiving .the Superintendent'srecommendations Griff saying he had had a con
to,:request this survey be I I i
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Harold Higginbotham, post
for rehiring ference with :Mr. Holland and
I made. C.A. McKenzie of the J JI i I quartermaster:1 was nominatedto I.
Commission teachers. : ;I understood the circumstancesand
Bunnell was also Rebel I
represent the post as a .
I II Supt. Holland recommended to he would accept the con
I present. ,, Raider at the Department Convention .
II the board on May 4 that all tract on that basis.
I I TV Bob Henderson provided In Orlando June 10-11-12.,
:Mr. before the
II I school personnel be rehird on Ergle appeared
the public address system for
To qualify for this honor a mem
their present basis. .He recommended Board meeting Monday night
service., Mr.,
evening as a public
I > ber must have signed up at-
I protesting the annual contractHe
Clifford McGrtff
Henderson also presented a least 25 members. Mr. Higgin- i l: that ,
-_ t who has taught here three years, stated that he had taughtin
.: proposition to -the town commissioners botham has also, been appointed the
Flagler School
I County
I I in behalf of the Citizens a national -aida-de-camp for his system for 3% and that
Committee to avoid litigation in t|work on membership, and other I John Akins Wins years
qualified him for a continuing
the marshlanddevelopment. I i post activities! contract.

; M,W. .Murray: ,of Flagler i Two new members were sworn District Marble Mercer
"' Ray was spokesmanfor
bors, 'read a jletter, :jn by ,Commander Hunter were ,ofjnterestedj>afentswh _.
'" ..t- l the, ree:l're est,.of the. Samu: I;'Haywcod: .aridjguyuEd- tGhmQ ajgroup _
Har"j ? were
ionshir'I pfesenlfahd who had
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, comlHisslonere* come
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presented/a letter.toe boardto
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20 days to negotiate a, I
; John Akins of Bunnell won
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" Ming be read. It requested that a
] with the, marshland. Mr. ,
'will be one of a. number I Company : Landscape School the Championship in the VFW continuing contract be given to
man of the U.S. Discount
of stars II i District Marble Tournamentheld Mr. and two other
to appear at the Flagler willingness I- Ergle, matters
of their
also, spoke
; ,County Fourth of July Celebra their Planned by County in Ormond Beach Saturday i had already been cleared
to negotiate on
r' tion at Flagler Beach. I afternoon. !''up by the board. ,' .

( A sophomore at the University contract commission, and and advocated.mayor that submit the :Agent Taylor The district tournament par. i|i S A group of about 75 attended
E' ticipants were champions from ;
of Miami on a ;majorette j I the meeting and several questions
of items they pave
scholarship< she is featured in an outline I I Howard Taylor, county agent, Flagler, Volusla, Orange and were asked by the audi-
I I in mind.. Seminole counties. It heldat
- the: : "Hurricanettes" for her ; said II ; announced that a Landscape was ence concerning the law on continuing -
Miller
Rufus
I ,twirling, especially"ohg ther.two J I Postmaster who I and Ornamental School will be the Ormond Beach Recreation contracts. \

J. : baton fire act which, at the I r that he knew ,developers : here on Monday, May. 23rd, 30th, grounds in Ormond. Young A- Mr. Ergle again addressed the

;C 1 ,Fourth of July ,Celebration, she I I were interested and in developing purchasing the : and June 6th. I kins played the winner, Dewey board members saying he held

k will be joined by her younger the contract I The school will start promptly ,Wincey of Leesburg. Jn his hand four contracts from

! sister, Sue. marshland. at 8 P.M. and each class will I I Akins will compete next I the Flagler County Board of

: The committee staging the last for approximately two !! month in the State Tournament Public Instruction which qualified '

1 t': celebration, under direction ofI' Flagler Students hours. The school will be' held in Orlando. The winner of the him for a continuing con

Sam Malphurs of Ormond Beach, in the Flagler Beach Recreation ,state contest will compete in tract and as far as he was con

I' '\ is still hopeful of being able to Attend Business I!I Center. I the National' Tournament in cerned he was already on
invite contestants from through The three classes will be .1 July in Eaton Rapids; Mich. tinuing contract.

out' 'the:. state. However, to en- Education Contest i I "closely tied together" and In. I I Young Akins was sponsoredby The motion to rescind the act.
', I parties should plan to, Post 5213, VFW of Bunnell..
, tertaln!contestants and chaperones terested I Ion of May 4 meeting to relieve;
1 overnight will be an ex. Two students of the Bunnell attend each of the three classes.I He is the,12-year-old son. of him of his duties was made and

t pense A,which, at present, the High,, School are participating Information to be presented Mrs.. Charles Akins of'Bunnelland adopted.,

1,' committee cannot afford. Invitations the Florida Business Education will be on Selection of Salt the late Mr. Akins. Mr. Holland thanked those at

f are at 'the present being Contest being held in .Miami t:Tolerant Plants; How to Landscape tending the' meeting for their

J extended to the outstanding this Saturday. The, contest Is' at I I Your Home; Lawn Grassesfor Flagler Junior interest in the school businessand

1 beauty :contestants In' the area Southeast Miami High School. [ Beach Areas; Care .and Fer- stated that he had heardof

of the state whereby they can Judy Lewis, a .senior, is entered I I tilization. College Students a mass resignation of teach.ers .

: participate. and.. ,return: home in the bookkeeping phase J'r At the conclusion of the because pf politics, and he

.:without;remaining overnight. of the contest Betty Massey, a school, each home owner wilt'have Receive DegreesSixtyfive wanted to read the resignationshe

i. .. All*civic organizations in the junior is competing in the first completed a basic land- had received and their reasons -
t county' will'1e invited to helpto year shorthand contest scape plan for their home. Tay- will receive the 'associate for resigning.One .

the I extent; of their members Awards and tropHies' are presented lor said these plans would be arts degree from the was from Mrs. Lois 'Hig-

being )host to a contestant and the winning contestants. sent to the University'bf Flor-, transfer division I of Daytona ginbotham who resigned to go

her 'chaperone for Saturday andschools.. This is the first ida for corrections or additionsby Beach Junior College at the first with her husband to Alaska;

night before the contest on Sunday time any students from'.Bunnell. landscape experts. When the commencement exercises, sched. Mrs. Judy Eddlnger who was

''atIe neon., Any family who have participated in this pro plans are returned to the home uled for June 10 in the Com resigning, to go into educationalTV

would like" to' cooperate and ,be gram. I owner they will have a definite : munity Methodist Church. Dr. ; and one from Mrs. Kath

< host, are asked'to drop a postal goal to work towards in beautifying James S. Synder president of leen Baker who is in ill health

, card to .Z:Flagler County Booster,. Methodist Church their home and .improving the college will confer the de and will not return.

I,.O., Bex 7, Flagler Beach. the overall appearance of grees. He also stated that Mr. Whit.

;' ''InaeltipIo: the Second AnnualMies NewsAt the. county. : Those from Flagler county re ney Green and Mr. Rupert Jen-

, Florida East Coast All home owners are invited celving the associate in arts degree kins had only been hired 'for

Contest there are many ..eventsdesigned the Stt day morning worship The school will be include Barbara Babbitt, one year. ,

"I for;fun and entertain ,servise at the Bunnell conduced so that children Flagler Beach; Celia Joyce Em- The board took up routine .

mint:" 'for, 'feetk: 'kiddles and Methodist Church Rev. W. L- also .be interested in the ery, Bunnell; Elmer L. Fried- business which included approving

, 'It.. adults. Spar, Jr. will .use 'The ,Fistsof Sasses and It beilbe adapted man, Bunnell; Marcia :McNab, a kindergarten for Tlagler
: ':' -_- !" for resi- each and Elnora Pin-,
Flagler ,
< Righteousness primarily "JV Beach school next year; approved
,. OLD a't UNIVERSITY At the Sunday evening service dents. There will not tuition ner, Btmnell. the remodeling of the princi

} He eeig, ; .a' medieval city Rev.. Fred' Martin- oC First Methodist + I ,fee charge; printed material pal's office and addition of an

: tucKel.-: *' +.OI ,ftwald.. 'hUla. _be. Church of Gainesville will i I and note paper will be .Excavation of the infield for office for the guidance counselor,

,K r ::sI4le .+Iwt'-.r Jf )\ River, bo show films on his recent visit furnished.Grades1Ze. fill dirt at*,Daytona Beach 1n- and voted to send the bus,super*

:" 4e t university, to.the missionary area of'.Japan.. !I ternatienal ', Speedway, created visor to the school transportation .

, "*'The city gained '- 'v and quality .of,Lake Lloyd: which has been approved conference In Sarasota.- -

I w, (m'q' '. [art- :Next aye i'rg .tA1L-Iqg: : I I tomatoes ,shipped from FloridaaterWtrolled by the American Power The board also employed 'Mr.

2 'fists'andww...in,the..Imo.eent fee moor.try a, bit .high 1 I by the Agricul Boat Association .for'world record John Cannon as. full time guid-

t ".t"ry* 3 = ;+:f.:- "b -- 1 Iu.p., . .-1 i I turai Marketing Agreements'Act attempts ance counselor.ia .



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rAGE TWO. .:" THE 'FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA' Thursday, May12E 1960

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rocking chair -and wishing. so trustworthy and does such .-
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I ,
."* -'T' Late' You have to have some imagination excellent work that I find it

( and be on the lookout comforting to know that he is ,I PERCE STRINGS

> for the chance to: pick 'up an available when needed for a

To Classify extra dollar.. I 1 carpenter work*, painting, or re I 81LL SAID TRY BUT OH BOY! STEER YOURSELF J86HT
', He all the work WAS THAT 8V OOIN6 BUSINESS
pairing. has
I know widow
_- By BusseU Key For example, a I A BUM STEER!
I yvho has developed a steady In''l;he wants and with his earnings aawsT r FLAGLER.HARDWARE.
Retirement appears to be a J to small income ,
supplement his
come cleaning windows. She is I ,
subject of keen interest to a1 1 '. '
not the window washing business he is happy

,;' great many people. Everytime ,- but noticing all the new j These are but two examplesof T THEIR REPUTATION ESTABLISHED
touch the matter in this F
: I on ; homes under construction and how some folks are meeting NTisF I
column I receive fio4 of let o.
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a.
overhearing a contractor tell of retirement in Florida success If

ters from folks seeking more, In. the difficulty he was having In j 3 fully even though their income f

formation. getting help in cleaning new I j j.Is, limited. In most cases it is -I II

.' While many planning: to re windows, she approached him j up to the individual. I

'; tire in Florida have adequate with the suggestion that she i -- .

means..for such a move,' many would like to try and help him 1 j ::1I


:, the others form have of a limited dependable means, steady in solve his was problem.She amazed. as, he had I I I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I :1:1I


", large Income.percentage In view of of this the fact letters, a been depending Negro on ,common and, had labor j .

mostly I .
'. I receive from sincere sun- j I .I I
.: found their work for the most !! ,
seekers contain questions about past unsatisfactory. He could AUTO BODY I BAMBOOBAR FUEL OILKING'S

> living costs or ask, about I
opportunities hardly believe that this womanof ODELL HERSEY'S & COCKTAIL,
to supplement their TRUCK .STOP ,
1 culture and refinement would PAINT & BODY SHOP LOUNGE .
,.' present income through part. PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS
consider such a job. Complete Collision Service Open Under New Management '
"- time or full-time employment otsome Delivery in the County on
She assured him she would1like 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE Come In
and Get
_, sort. arid I, Body & Fender 'Work AcquaintedOcean Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fuel ,
A retired house painter with to try they arrived at 'I Painting. Matching. Free EstimatesU. Blvd AlA Flagler Beach Gasoline '
: ; a price per window for a number 1 So. OF BUNNCI.I
a modest income asks about Days ID 7-3372-Nlte ID 7.3267 U.S. 1 N. Bunnell : ID 7.3676
of new homes he was just The Coolest Spot for the Coolest
': :, chances to find employment do. : Draft BeerSANDPIPER
completing. She went at the I .
FURNITURE
ing odd painting jobs on his task in a business like manner. i AUTO SERVICE BAR

: own. What restrIctions'exist,
Learned all she could about McDANIEL'S GIFI'S-LUNCHES REED'S
-' what licenses would be required. On the Ocean Side of AlA 3 Miles .
. paint solvents, cleaners, and '
Would he have trouble with a Service Station North of Flagler Pier Discount Furniture I

local union or from local con methods until, trying she one perfected after one.another STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS "Keep Cool at George & Millie's"PHONE I I UP TO 50% DISCOUNT
HE 9.2156
tractors. Similar questions come I On Furniture and AppliancesNew
her to do the work j I
that enabled ; Tires-Batteries-Minor,Repairs '
from electricians and and Used <
plumbers, '
quickly and effi 1en ly. She j BOTTLE CASHARRIS
others. l' Bunnell ID 7-7119 1100 Flomich Ave.-Holly Hill
,works on her own time and has BOTTLE GAS -
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<' ,It is difficult to give an intelligent found that the venture is a w '
Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRlcATION BOTTLE or BULK FLOOR COVERING
answer. Conditions vary and'her work en I' '
profitable one FLAGLER ONLY
L in different localities. City COUNTY'S
fantastic I Tilecraft
joyable. Sounds I HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY Company"LET
ordinances are not uniform. In know, but where there is a will, I I GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen PHONE ID 7.3551 I US FLOOR YOU

: some communities a person j there is a way and when a person 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days Help Flagler County Grow Armstrong & Kentile
might meet no opposition of i l '
: any
; has a real :desire to accomplish State&Lambert US I-ID 7-7190 By Shopping at HomeBUILDING Sold and Installed
kind and be welcome in the
something and is willing
I I All Work Guaranteed
.); :;" community, to work at it, things usuallywork Colonial Service Station. I SUPPLIES Ormond Beach OR 7-3181
: Larger cities usually have I I
their
out beyond
t:': rigid inspection, regulations, require tions.. expecta-I I EARL, E. RICE, ProprittorGAS.OILLUBRICATION WICKLINE GARDEN SHOP

i" stiff ,license fees and do Among my a Building Supplies Grays'Garden' Center
.. MOTOR TUNE-UP
.
I the individual 1
not encourage an elderly handy man whom I CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS I Headquarter for Gardening Need
odd jobber, but in rural areas GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES
.. call on when I need.. some one STEEL Ceramics, Gifts. Dry Arrangement
:: or suburban areas many opportunities U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL Materials
to do an odd job. He is thoroughly '
Annuals Fertilizers
exist. Flagler Beach HE 9.2254CLEANERS Shrubbery,;
dependable and whateverhe GET YOUR GOBOYand TORO LAWN MOWERS '
If a person is honest and conscientious does I know it is done right. make Carts'with McCullock, I 147 Tomoka Avenue- -Ph. OR 7.051i

,and alert to opportunities He works only a few hours a I West Bend, or Clinton Engines. ORMONP

he can always find away day and is slow but he prices Tires and Cart accessories at GIFT SHOP

to supplement his income.It his work accordingly and he is CORBETTS: SUNOCO SERVICE BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY

cannot be done 'sitting, in- STATION CLEANING Fresh Orange Juice
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. Bunnell Tel. ID 7-7123
Open Dally S to 6
THE AUTRYS
Hall's, Atlantic StationJack CLOSED THURSDAY NOON

t.. CLASSIFIED Phone ID 7-3188 SOUVENIRS & GIFTS
; .. Hall, Proprietor? 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell
GASOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccessories AlA at 4th St. FLAGLER BEACH

ADS' CONCRETE PRODUCTS "
HARDWARE
: ROAD SERVICE
BUNNELL Tel. ID 7-3652 Your "Q" For ConcreteDial Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.

f ...- I Listings under this heading are 2 cent per word each Insertion, JOHN DEERE '
.f;,I !,-:--i <,, CO rent is minimum eraru- J. L. Presswood Garage CL 3.8113 Agricultural&Industrial Equipment

<.. '. f FOR SALE- 3 ,lots 150x115 in FOR SALE-Presently G I.' fin- I STANDARD PRODUCTS DAYTONA BEACH Bars & Shapes STEEL Hot & Cold Rolled

' :: city limits, ,all fenced. $300.00. anced 3 bedroom home on large General Repairing-Road Service BlacH&Galvanized Pipe & Fittings -

. 'i -:,, Adam Palivoda, Rt. 1, Box 256, corner lot at Lemon and Lambert Visit Tires Our, Tube Grocery& Accessories DepartmentFor Quillian's Concrete, Inc. LAWN MOWER REPAIRS

" Bunnell. 512.2tp May be seen from 4 to Frozen Foods and Staples DEEN RD. Phone 1 78143

:;; .. -.'R.- RABBITS for sole:-California 9 P.M. ID 73309. 5-12-ltp HE 9.2139 Cubed FLAGLER Ice BEACH DRUG STORES THAT FAMOUS PAINT

:' ., pedigreed rabbits*breeders wjth NEW HOME FOR SALE or rent Sullivan's Gulf Service Exclusively atat

;. :kb l self cleaning hutch, and does]!i 2 bedroom 6 room house with Anderson Drug Store .

\"': ?" with litters: Contact A.c., Rod- !central heating and air conditioning GULFGASOILSLUDRICA -- Prescriptions FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE
TION
:' ';,J gers, Phone ID '7-3711-nlghts Complete kitchen. TIRES-TUDES-ACCESSORIES -= Sick Room Supplies

,, _," ID 73366. 5-12-4tp Capitol Motel, Korona, Fla. -Specializing Beach Information In Service and 1 -, Sundries Flagler Beach HE 9-2103
- :' -" ID 73649. April 7-tf Clean Rest Rooms"In
1-- FOR SALE-Flagler Beach. Two BUNNELL
- The Heart of Flagler Beach Village Hardware Center
; 1 .:,''; bedroom furnished house, oneS I
,ARRIVED
JUST
.. HOUSE PAINTS
:.p-
)0., block from beach.' Less than New "MelodigrancV Spinet Pianos AUTO REPAIRS Moody's PharmacyFlagler Match and mix any color

"' ',; $5,000.00. Phone :HE 92298. $445.00, Easy 'Terrns. Thompson County's Corner Drug- Store Builder's Supplies Kitchenware
'
; May' 12-Itc Volusia Ave. Shield's Service Station I PRESCRIPTIONS
135
. :: :Music Co. Daytona GIFTS GREETING CARDS

::. ; :_ FOR RENT-furnished 1 bed- Beach. CL 28215. COMPLETE Arcadius Habel.AUTO Mechanic REPAIRS DRUGS-SUNDRIES I AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420
I
r :; ," room apartment: just, renovated, April r.U'SEPnC Right Now We'll Overhaul and FOUNTAIN SERVICE I i
ID 7-3661 JEWELERO.
Phone
BunaelL Flo.
11- '-. ".- $30.00. per month; ID 7.3304 TANK--cleaning reasonable Repair Your Power Mower t
5-5-tf No Job Too Or Too Small [ I
1-: rates. George Jarosz,.PhoneID Big BunnellEDGAR'S ORMOND PRESCRIPTION F. BEACH
111 St.
No. Bay
: Jeweler
. :: ?::. YOUR BEST BUY 7-3410. U"l9-5-1.2-tc: PHARMACYSick Watches-Diamonds I
GARAGE Elgin
.' bedroom home Sundries
80x115
New on Room Supplies-
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SALE Three Ideal lots on Exceptional Gilts
., FOR -
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: -'\\ < foot water front,lot on Lantana 24-Hour Towing Service 24-Hour Prescription Service
North Moore St. close to school, Watch
f *,**",..:- 'lAve.., Venice Park Subdivision. in :town, needs COMPLETE AUTO, REPAIRS [Free DeliVery in Flagler Beach Repairs-Engraving
": paved street no -
: ./A,'':' Modern. all electric kitchen, Automatic Transmission Service i Rt. AlA 1 mL North of 46 W Granada Ormond Beach
: filling. Ready to build on. Coy Wheel Balancing Front End ;OlUlOND BEACH-Tel. OR 1.1111 OR 7-2384
,.:';( 1"'" Florida room, 1% bath, utility 1-21-tf Alignment
Harris.
G.
. .[ .. room, tarazza floor, central heat, .. 29 Graaada Ormaad-OR 7-esea I Thompson PharmacyYour BADIoTELEVISIONPAUL'S

;' 2-car and patio. For.information 175 New Gas Customers .
';,; '" garage WANTED- AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION Health Is Wealth RADIO & TV
'
}f see your! local builder, immediately. HARRIS Put YourPJlESC1UPTIOXS Atenna Sales .& Installation

.-T _'...-." "y._. E. Huber Venice Park, Flagler BOTTLE GAS COMPANY Phone I HOLLY HILLHYDROMAATIC Authorized Sales RCA VictorWe

... # __ Beach, ,phone HEmlock 9.2196 ID 7-3551, Bunnell. 1-.f SERVICE, In Our Hands
4 -::,' repair all other TV A Radio eta
Feb. 25-tfLADIBS Rebuilding 0......'"Drug* Jk Pr *ertptiB Sfc.p
, Repairing- 1370 Ocean Blvd AlA
"!" -.. :141 W. Granada- Ormond 71421I
Wi. '- JOHNSTON'SFLAGLEB Central Fforlda'a fin apeelallata in ]'I Ormond Beach OR 7.2852
.. _- -DoSali 'you need extra AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS! :
: neyi ally adrertia- BEACH REALTY CO. un, .Rldffewood Holly Hill I FLOM8TS
,,' ed AVON TICS to" your OR 1-1381 I TRAVEL AGENCY
: -n'. a.4gbbars.. e,train you. Write LOTS. HOMES OCEAN FRONT!
.Mr* j. WW, box 246 Lock- BAR AND PACKAGE STOHSFLAGLER ORMOND BEACH
: .l hart,or,Im Da.ytoaa.call CL 24411. WATER, FRONT. FARMS Blacks Flower Shop
F ; ACREAGE BEACH 2 blocks west of Railroad on TRAVEL AGENCY; Inc.

o N 'rOR HBHT Furnishes apart- See. '_fM T.- ***.aMote seal3iOttfee HOTEL BAR ,Moody' turn right on Forsythe. Tours Air. Bus and&Cruise Steamship*-world'Tleteet Wide

3taieata, $4000., Flagler Beak HE 9-2342. Domestic Airline Tickets Always
Phone
north front. corner AlA .aMRiwet. "The Meeting Placeof Flaws' tot AU. OcaaaiomPhone Available at no Extra Charge

...... .See ',John, R. Prter. .I"--. m.- '.Toee TO ID ID T T3WLc -Ii5ITr Flagte* County"s BWHeU ID 7-3348 Next to Coquina OR T-5z52 Barn Ormond"

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\ ;. ': S .1 I HONOR BUTUEXS \ Mrs. May Hendren spent Sunday a family-'dinner." ," ,' -.X-.-* f ?Nt' ",,'" 'tt'
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s ; Mr. and Mrs. C.6.. Magee entertained in Favorita with her grandson :. .>
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r DeacIi couples on family Mr. and Visiting last weekend? with;: -r
.1:1tr!:: '. il: .;, : .. evening at their home with ,Jim. Hargett, and met her :Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robinson, :'1,
;- ., ', a card party and dinner honor- daughter, Mrs. Thelma Crotty, was Mrs. Kathryn Rikard 'from. '
,1, y- 'LUNA BABBITT .'-, c' ing Mr. andVllliam Bu- there from Orlando. They cele Winter Haven.
1 : T; Telephone HEait-ock 9-2998 tuex before they left for a three brated Mother's Day there with 1
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;1"::: FLAGLER BEACH 'f'+Ji COMMUNITY l MEMORIAL S .' ,,' High score for women in the 5)h h '

r METHODIST CHURCH *- I I tables of bridge went to Mrs.
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.Frank Schwenk and second high MECHANICS TRUCK OWNERS
I:'. The Flagler Beach Methodist The subject of the morning -
was won by Mrs. Paul Vogel.
Church service next Sunday
4 worship .service next Sunday Mr Schwenk won high score for NEW CRANK SHAFT GRINDING SERVICE "
morning May 15, will have installation morning in the Community .1Special
the ;and
men Mr. Butuex was
S.:;.: :i" by Rev. Reynold Memorial Church by Rev. R. W. second high. Introductory Offer' [, '

: ', Hoover of the officers in the Dickert will be "Abundant"Provision -' The dinner was served from Telephone us COLLECT for Information S
WSCS-which was organized last for Abundant Possession."
her dining table which was I Tel. VALLEY 9.2376
? week and also there will. be The Ladies Guild of the x
\:!;". special music by 'the choir. ,church will meet at 2 P,M. covered with a lace cover- with 111:
Easter lilies used)
and amaryla Perry Brothers Machine Works
tJr .. The services are held at 10:30 Thursday at the home'pf Mrs. In decoration. The' centerpiece -
A.M. and ,Sunday school is at I i it
; : Harmon Wingrove at Fourth and .
44 S. 24-Hour Service
Whitney SL St. Florida
was a large baked ham sur- Augustine.
the] buildS
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\Xf 11:30 each Sunday Central Streets
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by fancy spiced apples
: ing of the Flagler Woman's Mrs. Myrtle Cash, president, '

.i '.-.;:..'.' Club. .-" ":.'.; plans to discuss with the Ways Mr.Mrs.and:Magee Mrs.presented Butuex.gifts They to ...._......a..e..e.e..............................-2............................
.. and Means Committee "
: some have ,,gone to ,visit In several FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHr- .
;' WSCS ,ORGANIZES
projects to raise money for the .
states including Minnesota, '
,C Thirty women, became charter new fellowship hall that is be- -
Michigan, Washington,and Cal-
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',{K .I ing added to the church. ifornia. AMBULANCE -
i'.x;:_ of Christian Service last | Harmon Wingrove Gene Hart PHONE VAlley 4-1625 I
J. S Thursday during the organizational and Carl Soderstjerna motoredto SERVICE
home of News comes from Cleveland, ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
.t :. meeting at the Jacksonville Monday to buy
'':A'JT Mrs. Harold Massie. From the Ohio, of the birth of John Gregory .
$k some -new air conditioners for Never. be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
1"- ofWSCS Dostal, III, to Mr. and Mrs.
Gainesville ,
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the 'church. They plan to nave
Mrs. Bruce Gray of Hastings, John Dostal, Jr. He was bornon are always at your service with promptness safety and.
them .installed this week. .
-. April 30th and his weightwas -
-.. president, and- Mrs Mark Hul- H experience.Equipped.
: sey of Crescent City, promotion Mrs. Annette Coorstnan has returned seven pounds and two t
ounces. His father is stationedin With Oxygen Resusttaior and Inhalator
.;l ... al secretary, presided. to her beach home here
\ ..':.:':' ',' The election of officers was from her recent trip to Miami* Germany with the armed Garcia Funeral Home
'- forces. He will be rememberedas
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::', President,,Mrs. Harry'Treadwell; Mrs C U. Crews' from Lake having visited here on several P. E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral Director
occasions with his ,
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.*p< ; vice president, Mrs.. Bernie Wil Butler spent the weekend in her ;
: LADY ASSISTANT
Mr. and Mrs. John Dostal, Sr.
: "t son; secretary, Mrs. E. J.. Chatt place here. ,.....".".a..o?J'............a..rl'............"...""..a......e.rl'........"rl'...."....."...........l'..... .
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T .'.' secretary of missionary education -

_ ,; fi.' Mrs. Jasper White; secretary Food ValuesFIRST I
,: of Christian,social relations, MoneySaving
L.::;,<. > Mrs. George Moody, Sr.; and L
!f 1f.ot 1- life Mrs.hff .
of spiritual ,
::; : secretary CUT WESTERN 1 CARTON OF 6-16 OZ.
Lillian Bondy. They will be installed -
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: :;' service of the Methodist Church! Pork Chops 3'lb.lOO' R-C COLA 37

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T Reynold Hoover. "

FRESH 5 LB. 2 CANS NEHI SODA FREE WITH EACH PURCHASE '
(, MARY KATHERINE BERTHA .
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i. Bertha on May a I .
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:;.' safely returned to his military CHITTERLINGS.$129

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:.. $!'.< \\, WIENERS (IN CELLO). 3ft .
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'".-: 4 BOLOGNA: (IN PIECE; ) 3tb, OUR VALUE 303 SIZE

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5Jl & F _L. f Rev. and Mrs. Jim Lee will New Counties In I ?" ; "I Florida produced garden-fresh<< -h
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stop over Monday at
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lerContinued ac C vegetables reach 5QQOQ.-
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.", '.- home of Mrs. 000 U. a: dining tables. >
r" 4'- Agnes Lee on his trip to ;the State Program For .

from ..Page. :! Baptist Convention ,in South : School fj&&l

MOTHErS DAY '. Florida. They will be accompanied : Rural Development by William Neil Eddingei,

FAMILY PARTY j by their. three sons and; I If ,

.'- I[will also, visit in DeLand with I J Florida has added two -more There sure were a lot of people -

Mr. and Mrs., C.. Q. 'Magee 1'her mother before returning to counties to the State Rural De. at the Spring Band Concert :1 Ae

honored her mother, Mrs Susie j I their 'home in Nashville, Tenn.. 1 I velopment Program, according Mainland High School band

Riddell on' Mother's ,Day :Sundayat I! to Dr. M. Watkins, director of was, there and with their help e t

their home with family theFlorida we really made a noise.
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; J l E. V. Taylor is home after 'a. Agricultural Extension

party ,and dinner. They made t i week's visit at his former home Service. Did you see the go-cart that
colored movies of the day's .
1 i id in Kentucky. Lafayette and Jefferson counties was on display in the gym? It
Riddell's
events, Mrs. son and ,
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were added Suwannee sure would be nice to have and
daughter in law, Mr.__and Mrs. tI. I
'- and if you buy a chance you help
!'I. ; Washington counties at a
,Joy Sisco came from Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Myles Meeks, 1
; Mr. and Mrs. Duane Deenj t accompanied by their, daughter, meeting of the state committeeon send the big band to Nassau.

and daughters from Bunnell, Mrs Joyce Alton and her April 15. Some of the classes are working

and there was also their friends!,I daughter Amy, from, Ja kso 1.' Dr. Watkins says interest in on their school plays. The

Mr. and Mrs J. U. Grice from spent last weekend 'l ere.I the program was strong at two first, third, and sixth gradesare I

Jacksonville. Mrs. Riddell, received I county meetings. attended by all having plays oon.I .

a call from: another'I Mr. and Mrs. Richard Little- steering committee members I It's time to think about school I
grandson, June Deen, of Miami' from I
the Rural
State
during the afternoon. field, made a trip to Moultrie, Development I picnics. The band is going to

11. 'Ga., ,on Sunday to meet her parents Committee Neoga Lake, May 31, for theirs.

HEW RESIDENTS I Mr. and Mrs. Dal Bass who 'These county delegations felt Most of the classes will be- having

were accompanied:; there by Mr. strongly that a coordinated ef one the last week of school.I .

r Mr. and Mrs. Carl Soderstjernafrom 1 f Littlefield's mother, Mrs. nellie fort to improve the economies don't know what

East Braintree, Mass., are I' Littlefleld and his sister, Miss of their respective counties was everybody's I
planning for As
now residents of Flagler' Beach. ViVl Anne Littlefield from Lan- needed" reports the director. summer. J "Best Qualified-By Far' ,
for I'm
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getting
a summer I
They were winter tourists, ,stay- I nett, Ala. Two Littlefleld. gIrls- The four counties will be working :
job. Wish me luck. "
ing at the Bowen .apartments- Angie and Tenley, returned to develop programs to Improve I"Best For ALL- Florida'!-

and. have built a new home at i home with their parents aftera income from both agri- ----. -- ---

the corner of Sixth St. and Daytona I two week's visit in Alabama culture and small industries. : -

Ave. Nearing completion, with their grandparents. When Representatives from federal, ; ke** J

it will be ready for, them to occupy they met in Moultrie, they enjoyed state and county governmental -

:- very soon. a picnic while they were organizations will be assisting .

i there together. them along with various county

Henry Shlll, waS 'admitted on I and state organizations. \ -
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in Lake City ,for medical from Eustis were here last program in which "pilot" counties -

attention., He has been.assigned Tuesday on business try to find ways people can PRESENTING EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT* ...

to Ward 8. :Mr. and Mrs. William Aaron build better opportunities for .. :-
9 to 2OleiR
'. made a, business trip to Jacksonville good living for .more' people. : t

'. Mrs. Owen Kirkpatrick and Saturday ,ands' they also Suwannee and Washington '

her four children spent the ,visited with friends: during the E : counties have been active in the 5 Casey'Swi'ngthetrade >

: weekend in Cochran, Ga., visiting afternoon., program for ,about three years. I d ,
.f with her parents.' Some 200 counties in 30 statesare And His Cwntry. Rocks : f'

. a r Mr. and Mrs. .Frank Brede now engaged in the nation DOOR PRIZE AT 1:00 A.M. .

Mrs. C. O. Magee and Mrs,. visited in Jacksonville duringthe al program. Each state involvedhas
YOUR. HOSTS CHARLES, HARRIET JACK: & SUSIE
visitors
t fi Stratton Norcross were weekend'with Mrs. Olinda a committee of different J IFlqler

in Orlando Saturday. Form to 'and her mother, Mrs. agencies ,and services to advise j Beach On Ocean Shore Blvd. AlA.

; Lucleta Lofink. and guide local committees. j .

NOTICE: -'
.. Notice Is hereby given that pursuant .
r to motion duly maae. sec Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Battenfrom
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... of County Commissioners of Flag- Akron, arevisiting ..'.. -. -;.. 1:" "- .-, -.-,.' .,. ,-. ".. #. .....!. ..... -" # ,-
ler county. Florida at a Regular ,his Mr.. and r.. p \ r. ..
here. .
with .
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meeting of said Board held on the i. ''f -. .. .." ; : ''
t'. day of May. A;D. 19 1>0, Inepec2nd Mrs. Albert Batten for two ; \ '
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t and Clerks of each Election .
tors
t. District or Precinct I n Flagler weeks* Their son. is with" them. ( Ml'.of)
' County. Florida were appointedand V t tIWetr \ x -
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Jor each Election District 'or Precinct .:Mrs. Inez Crenshaw1 from 'tJar- .. ..
In Flagler County.. Florida has bought l .-.......... .
tlesville Okla., a
for the Second .
were designated
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I DEALER'STRADING !
[ Primary Election to be held on new home here on South Central FORD ; .
: Tuesday the 24th day of May. A.D.
I960 the said Board of County Ave., and is making 'her home \ j : '
".., Commissioners of Flagler County, here :{ ::5'

.tr. Florida named having persons appointed as inspectors the following \ .. FAIR/! / ::' ; ,

r and Clerks respectively and having .
Mrs. Clarence Weaver accompanied .
i designated the following;: voting .. \
,,; or polling places'Precinct for No.said 1Bunnell Election; her brother in law, ....... ; ? ; ,

- Flagler County. .Florida Charles Weaver, to the Veterans re* "

Vote Room in in the Flagler County County Commissioners Court Hospital in Lake City Wednes' J1 T J. ; ; : t '

t?, House Florida.at,. Bunufill. Flagler County. day for a checkup. Also makingthe tY ,. 1 :, ...}

Dallas Gordon. Geneva Rodgers trip with them' were Mrs. _
:'?.. Flossie Richardson Inspectors
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Pearl Woods. Clerk. Agnes Lee and Mrs. Mittie :Mc- !
Precinct No. 2 Kinnon.Mr. "o't.}
Flagler Beach. Flagler County. ..
.{ Florida. Vote in the Flagler Beach. .
Recreation Center. .Flagler ,Beach.
Ernest Butuexare
'Florida. and Mrs

Harry Whetstone. Marie Brede occupying the Bill Butuex ::...
Mabel E. 8heelerL Inspectors; Flossie "
.- Haines 'ClerK. home while they 'awTon.vaca: :

Vote at Orange'Precinct Hammock No. 3 SchoolHouse tion. Mr.. and Mrs. Ernest Bu. .

Orange Hammock. Flagler tuex are former. residents but
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County. Florida.
,:: Taudy. Bowden. Mae Keifer. Lillie have been living at Interlachen. !
Burrell. Inspectors. ; Isabell.
i Barrow, Clerk. _
Precinct ,No. SA Mrs. Robert Nolan|from Seville 4
Korona. Flakier, County Florida. -
Vote In Church ,-Hall.. Flagler Coun- spent the day atiher home.
ty.' Florida. { ;
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Y- wiak. Eleanor Nissan_Inspectors; .'
Sophie: Smigielski. Qterk.Preelnet &&* .T y
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Clinch State on
N e.. 4 Fort .S
Vote In St. Johns .P Park Community Amelia Island at,,Fernandina is ': :.
Hall. St. Johns Flagler
County. Florida. noted for bird life because it 4s
Naomi Pelllcer. Mary Pelllcer. FALCON SEDAN...America'sfewestpriced -
Louise Hatcher. inspectors: ; Dorothy on a migratory bird flyway. -
Salyerds.. Clerk. OurTRAMNtiFAIft .passeftler sedan! : ,
Precinct! No. 4A. ..._
Vote In Masonic Temple BuildIng -
Bunnell Flagler County Flor-. "WMo else but Ford could bring you so much ':
ida. Is on new. .. .,
Alma Nina value, so much quality, at so low a price :;
Sheffield :Spivey,.Jen. and the savings are \ /
ate Wanda Bunnell Theatre Falcon the best
terrific runaway seller, is priced up
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to less than other
Preelaet N.. S. newFakensIF00. .$124 6-passenger com- : ,._
r ., ola.Vote in Community'Florida Hall, Espan-. ". pacts. And you get full comfort for six, plus ..
Flagler
Betty Moore.County.Shirley,_ Gresham. FrI. A Sat.May 13-14. ,a spacious trunk in the rear. You go up to 30
Mauise.McKenney, Inspectors; ,Marjorie -. \ 'fi&es on a gallon of regular, up to 4,000 miles .
Robertson t .
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,Precinct.No.. SA 'aVJfs, 'Ol? THE- TBME8LAND- 'between oil changes Our special Trading Fair ..; ; .
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; Vote In Johnson Building. AlA -- .- .- .
.f I .!: gin allowances and easy terms .
Highway Marlneland. Flagler. : .it .. can put .'
:. County, Florida : : / ,- '_ yea in a Falcon right away..come in and see I
Gladys All man. Maxine R. Combo.By : Alas .Lsrfsl&. Jeasme I Crate dFiald WefM's Most Pecker Cats:-.. -' :
Margaret c.- Collings.' ,Inapee4are: 1 ', ft '/ Vest sewer MSBestseHfAf I.- X69...' : -1oIMI..9 CMtpor/M*oIl/ffJIn.l.acIw.... '
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order of the t County .
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Commissioners of Viler CcMIa 1 .
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; Hell Flagler Cmtntytits. lathth. day. SHL AMoL May 15-16 >
.of 1Iay. .'kD. '1.... :',tTR .KIT.JlUllSI.i 'YAMS l nsr' HUNS 0.> iNe...w.MHt .. cars J. .
080. WICKUNK.. Chalrm
Board of.Ommtr;Co mUloaf. ... .-&UTJIEE- > ::" .
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r The fast flowing, spring in the|I There ar enow.over, 600 dif Declares MOST-ISOLATED INDIANA INVENTION OF CAMEBERT

:..' "Madison County portion of Su.'t ferent manufacturing. concerns I Conner |! fertile valley at the western Invention of Camebeit, the

end of the Grand Canyon shelters cheese named for a vil-
:' -wannee River State Park Just in Tampa. creamy
r c north< of U..S. 90and, the Seaboard His Lead Shows i I the 'most isolated Indian lage in France's Normandy, is

Railroad 'is; Swanacoochee.Spring. There are 30,000 lakes in Flor I reservation in the United States. credited to Marie HareL She sup -

.i. ida. People Want Him !About 200 Havasupai Indians posedly popularized the cheese

.c.', live there.: An easy-going people, by presenting a sample to Em-

f i ."." .. tt I Doyle Conner defined his over they till their fields no more peror Napoleon IIL

., ''J st : < whelming primary lead as a t' than they have to, enjoy rodeos,

, "clear endorsement by the people card games, sweat baths, and Some 400 species o'f birds. are

.. My' Sincere Thanks to.the People of Flagler County I of Florida that they want idle conversation. I found in Florida.
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t. -- for the splendid vote given me in the First Primary .as Commissioner of Agriculture .-- -

a man with proven performancerather
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f. on May 3rd.. It was highly gratifying, and I will I than political promises.

f than and Vote at Conner, who was the leading Ti The tople of
f,:." '\." more,. appreciate- your support I candidate in 55 of or more coun- I Flagler County:

: '.>the Second Primary on May 24. ties throughout the state, said

/!,"';- that the vote given him was I

.: : also a concrete indication that I I appreciate very much your vote of confidencein.

} LyMM L. Gage_ the people and dignified approved presentation of his honest I. me in the First Primary for County Comissioner,

District 5 and I
will appreciate your continued
, ,l of his background, qualificationsand

: proven record and a pub- ; support and vote in the Second Primary on May 24.
r..... .Pol. Adv.; Pr.. By Lyman L;; GageThanks lie rejection oft his opponent's I
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;. .'1 campaign of deception and mud-
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,. slinging. OTIS HUNTER
"The people from every sec. /

( To Voters tion of Florida know what I
Pol. Adv. Pd. By Otis Hunter. -
have done for the entire state I
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by my record of 10-years in pub. .
! "...- : Words cannot express my sincere ,appreciation to --
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! : _< f the voters of Flagler County for nominating. me' in lic Conner office said.as State"They Legislator also know," I


chf"t'.. i the First Primary, Election May 3,. 5... .. -' .,.. that my opponent is, unable, to I To My Friends In Flagler County : .
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i" present any record of accomplishments -
#: I s.hall do my very best to merit/ your con- since he has never

fidence during' my term of office. "*" served the people in an eectiveoIDce. '". .'J I Humbly and Sincerely -Say::
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I'I'The former Speaker of the r.* !
T. K. (Buddy) MCKNIGHT
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all-Florida legislation which I
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f" he is proud to, have introduced, !

to' ,. and supported in the State S Z. D. HOLLAND 'T I
,' Legislature such as bills to
I wish to take this ,
opportunity .to express myappreciation ,
4 ;, eradicate the screwworm, reorganize '-. . . . . . . .. . . :
:' for, .overwhelming. vote I received the Department of Ag. I'
)" ? v *- FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT
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,;' i' .'- in. the first Primary' .election. May } say again> riculture, regulate substandard STATEMENT; OF CONDITION AT DECEMBER 31, 1050' !
t { fertilizer, increase teachers' sal- ASSETS i

i;;....-: 4 many many. thanks., ,,. .. aries, establish the University of I'Cash. S. In.Certificates Banks ; : ''.,.... %1000000.00 32,064.52U. I I

q :!. .,-Ii... t..". -'<'t, .'.,.j', ... ...\-J South Florida and Community I Office Lands Furniture Owned In &Fee Fixtures,--- -.' ._; ,__-, __ +. ._..,.,.'...-..-..,..-.-,.'.. +-- ---,, 46,970.25 4868.21 ',

: :.' ; t Junior Colleges, throughout the i Petty Cash . ... .,...,. ._ ,. ....,-- ,--- .T 35.00 .
::,. 1'.< :RALPH. E. HARBERTro-. : .- :l;",, State, the Constitutional Amend. .I TOTAL"' .$183,937,98 I

: :: CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT: '{,::.).i ment which permitted the con -1 LIABILITIES
f struction of and .better V ".. i
J, ; more Surp'us' 1 .3183,937.98 I
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''. ageas istaii 3 and affil. .to de :.1. r<

.', : r''f- pendent; children, appropriationsfor r FLORIDA INLAND AVIGATIOr DISTRICTS _L-- I
: STATEMENT OF CASII RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEBENTS
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\ the Minimum Foundation I
1\ FOR*TilE. YEAR ENDED DECEMBER. ) 31, 1059 ::
i u ,; 'r" THANKS Program and the bill to protect RECEIPTS & ;T '': .* "
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; ": Cash In Banks January I, 1959_ '-'.Ptft I -'i-r T 45875.90 !

,, ,-. .. S 1,;',.'..'.i" :'"'. ; ', ---L; ".., .c schools'synagogues against bombing and and the Received Tax Redemptions During Year,_:_,,._...--.w.' $ 103.16' :*..... 1, '. \
; .\ ::11.i Payment for Exchange of Certain :MSA'sIn
\!-'&&,- hoax St. Johns County ... 3,000.00(
public against telephonecalls. -
i ll .waat to thanks and appreciation
; express my Reimbursement of expenses re:
. **.- :;> -, : ,- ...\7 MSA-70, Broward Co. __ ..,. ,__._., 610.00 i i
'! J. to: all ,my: friends who voted for me JR the iD mt Conner declared he would con- Lease to City of Boca Raton-?..-.. .......,,. i 1.00 I
Sale of U. S. Certificates _.-.-_ 50000.00 .
ocratic':Primary Election last Tuesday May 3rd. tinue to tell the truth and talk Refund Interest on on U.Commissioners'S. Certificates Mileage. _.. 3,757.00 13.05 Z' '

-"*' sense to the people in a whirl- .Refund on defective photographs {6.30 V
; > Refund on Surety Bond premium ,, 16.65
5< Jr. I wind swing throughout the state Sale of Atlases __..-..... ._.. -- -- 178.84 i
Lamar Harris, prior to the runoff for this vitally Income Tax Withheld -/--____ 2,677.70 .: .
State Retirement Withheld 836.71 +
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., .'. I. important cabinet post. Social Security Withheld _- ..VV .. ._. %40.65' 61.441.06',

-- He stated he hoped his oppo Total Cash January 1, 1959 and received,during year. ._._...... 107.316.9S
nent would ;accept his challengefor DISBURSEMENTS, '
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Office Furniture & Fixtures $ 555.74. 555.74
.. public :debate so that the Administrative Expenses:
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': voters might receive the facts Surety Bond Premiums ,. .. 1,165.00 -
w. Commissioners' I'er Diem 6130.00
"-o 1 i. rather than fiction.Cucumber. Commissioners' Mileage __ r.-..., 2,061.33
:. :: I would like to thank my.friends' for the wondf Employees'Office Rent Salaries .-.I--V,_'_, 4,571.50 1100.00

..... m'erful Safe Deposit Box Rent ., 12.50
: .. vote in the Democratic 'Primary ,Committee.Election Stationery. Printing & Supplies 120.05 r
given
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&:3 ,. ;i' : me Postage & Express ,.. 56.80
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Telephone & Telegraph -,. .. ...._...: 438.11
' election last Tuesday; Coming Up Miscellaneous .. ,,... .1.. t ,3.76 '.
; 1 f: -. Equipment Repairs 36.30 1569535. .
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; : ; A Florida. Cucumber Commit Legal Expenses: -V -
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.: J;. ,-". tee election to nominate committee Attorney's Salary .-.. .' I9.0CO.OO
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Legal Advertisements 396.37
:".; .;;'o".1: r l' "E'o''. "Huntert :; + ,! =,' members and alternates Stationery Printing and Supplies 23.30 '
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Postage 60.00 _
: &i: ,' S "' from District Four to serve on Telephone>-& Telegraph ....... ._....,....... 87.25 .

t C%*.-*-* .: ,. :_::. ::i; > the Cucumber Committe for Travel Stephen Expense P. Shiith. Jr. 1 240.48 500.00 $10.307,40 A
has been
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1(:. scheduled '8 P.M. Tuesday, Engineering Surveys & Procurement: Expenses
:for
General Manager's Salary -.......... VVV._j 10000.00 3- "
at the Marion county ___ :' .
,,, May 17, Manager's Secretary 4825.01
l\ t Maps.-Prlnts & Supplies _.--V nsl. > ::
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THANKS' court house In Ocala, accordingto Telephone & Telegraph 657.46"- .

.=.' ; R.N. Seville, committee man Travel Postage Expense and Express_. -., .. ., .,,..., 981.93 96.86 !

-' ager. Office, and Equipment Rent V 1,810.00 F
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S Annual Equipment Service 70.00 ',, "'
' : I want to express my Thanks. and appreciationto All cucumber growers producing Maps.And Surveys by Government- 1,557.27 1,. -' i
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: cucumbers In a .proprietary Analysis of Commerce & Traffic __.....- 2997.62 '.'',- '- ,
t :' '.:, -S ;j i ilpfriends;: for their. vote and support in the capacity >In Alachua, Ba- Miscellaneous 177.%% ;S23.S4&53. fRight

DeeaOiW tic Election May: 3rd. ker Brevard, Citrus, Clay Co. -of-Way Expenses: = .'if. _. -7 ).
: .\ .' Primary en : Duval County .=10000.00 ,-, : ,
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lumbia, DuVal Flagler, Gil- Broward County .. 113.86 .- ) > '
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; {; ;: 2 t Christ Hernado, Lake, Levy, ,Marion Recording Fees Titles 5V 22.45 : '' -: '- .
Certificates & Reports on 360.00 $$10,496.31, I -
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: 1 Osceola, .- -- "
.. c HOKE ; T;..d .. : \ Pasco Putnam, Seminole, St Holland Buckman ____$ 6,580.50 < '< '
I .. .'..-. .' Suwannee. Union, Expense of State Auditor -...,................ 331.20 .. ._. -:.":.'::::;" ,':;. -
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Sumter,
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and Volusia counties are urged Treasurer of United States (Preparing ':"r.:::" ';.< .-:..
r\., Maps & Checking Audited Real Es- :c, ,.-::.)-._ : :,
in the selection .." .
to participate state Records) 921.74 "..-f.:". ;". .
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c : from this area. Telephone & Telegraph ----- 48.001.728.0S ., ".. : '
(;t. I of representation Palm Beach County Freight & Traffic :_-', .. 'k. ,_
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: From the list of grower and Bureau -._ ... <'.,,: o ':
: : 1 wto take this to, thank the People VV V 1'
: means Burke-Carr Business Service (Printing V .. "
r' -;: ef:Fliglir' 'County who voted for ii e. To those handler ; nominees the meeting chosen thE Sec by Commerce, etc. 300& booklets Traffic "Analysis Intracoasta of! -: .._* .- ",-

growers at Waterway, Jacksonville to Miami 559.75 x -.'.
i. ,. who :werked so hard in my lteltalf'y 'sincere ap- retary of AgticuWill select Economic Analysis Report (Herman :. ; .:".' .
" I' '" W. Schull. Jr. Expense)'. 25.00 .: .
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- .;' .,. '. .JM"'I..atlelL two grower* member one Withholding Tax Paid .... 2.891.51 .. ,,' _.'.
j< their Paid 899.04 :. '
with State Retirement -
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:' .-.i :: the handler member Social Security Paid --- _____ 264,29 $14,349,11. .. '.
I congratulate you, Ralph, a* Pukef specUve alternates.. It will be :.z. -n...... ',

t; Wii iI.t '' : .., <-: : : of tee, committeemen Total Disbursements ... ,-, "--'iitl7:
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.: .: 4c .T. SheltO Brooks, Cucumber Marketing Thls Statement has 'been prepared Jn accordancewith proTfst<|& _f.
, :' .. .. ... .. .,. 1 ,.:: :i istering they f Chapter 1472S. Laws of Florida 1931.-Detail; of accounts witlt, sup.
: 0 '- : \\.0. '_ : ;.W ( t'.. ,, :-:, "Agfelmear ,; vouchers. V : ," ." Treasurer.
f, "I. < : L 1960.61 season V v O. F. ALFORD Treasurer.

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( Thursday. May ,12, 'I960, : THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
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Pinner at Workshop I I
I N. c:;., was Gen. Duncan L FRED A. FRUITS

r : ; On Pastoral Care of I I Clinch's birthplace However he I
I .-. died at Macon, Ga., in 1849 and I JEWELERDIAMONDSWATCHES I
I is buried in Savannah, Fort
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$ u i Rev. Thomas M. Pinner, Jr., i his honor. ,-...".............REPAIRING.............................alt..-..-..!!
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Church, Bunnell, I -
I 'First Baptist
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attended a workshop on Pastor- I
,COUNTRY CLUB j jI !JONOTHAN VICTOR cXENZ1E"I :: FOR COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE
jal Alcoholism in Fami-
I Care of
f L MEETS WITH I'I'f I Mr. and Mrs. V.W" McKenzie,i lies held last week,at the Avon I
I Jr., of Gainesville are the par !Park Center of the Florida Doyle CONNERAS
I ELISA TILTON I
-'- i j I ents of a 'son_ born there April? t Alcoholic! Rehabilitation .Pro.i .
!! The Country Club met .Wednesday ![12. He 'weighed 10 pounds and ,
i ,' at the home of ,Elisa I Ij |16 ounces and has been ,given i gram.Fifteen counties -sent 23 min- I A '10.YEAR VETERAN STATE LEGISLATOR
Tilton, Flagler Beach, for.a.business ::the name of Jpnothan Victor. INTRODUCED and helped pass the bill to
,six
, isters, representing religious : the of
and social meeting. !1 He Is the grandson of Mrs.'faiths tp the workshop which reorganize Department Agriculture.

J ,/ \ Jeanette Bankston presided at'I V..W. McKenzie, .Sr., and' the was conducted by the ARP in INTRODUCED and helped pass the bill
( the business meeting: and plans late Mr. McKenzie, who were cooperation with the General that Increased teachers' salaries.
'" ';' for a party to be held at Lake 'former residents of BunnelL I Extension Division-.of Florida. i: INTRODUCED and helped pass the bill
..1 '.;' DIston were discussed: ] that protects synagogues churches and
The family aspects of alcoholism
, J : schools against bombing and the public
John
Guests present were Florence Marine Acting. Sgti P. !
the
include husband against hoax telephone calls.
'i[:. Tilton, Betty Moore, Mary Tuck:.I Barker, Jr., departed, for San I and the almoholic wife, the wife
,-rt, er,, 'Margie Kinney. Shirley I Diego, Calif., April 21 aboardthe and the alcoholic husband, the
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l', v Greshrn, Naomi P.elicer] Madge transport USNS Barrett with I child and his alcoholic parent
:f j Johnston, Pat COwart, Freda *an overseas draft bound for.du- .
| the alcoholic
ty" Deen, ''Rose Dozier, and the ,host..j'ty 1: in the Far Esat., |,and or parents his family, and the youth re. I I I PROVE D :r.' '-.. 1 PERFORMANCE
: : ess. i The draft consisted of replacements i I Ii
whole
a isponse of the family ,to
i 1 I_ for personnel serving i alcoholic crises. 'During the
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Tyre announce 1 with the Third :Marine ,Division
I I conference, attention was given
;-S the.birth of their serond. who are scheduled to return,-to
to pastoral care and adjustmentof
child, Cathy Darlene, on'.March: the States In the near future.f" the family to alcoholism. .
'17, at the Riverside Hospital. in Mr. Barker's family reside at t
second
t This is the year for
t Jacksonville. I'r Flagler Beach. the workshop. In 1959 it was
Mrs. Tyre is the former Katherine i I '
held at Gainesville in June. Attendance -
l: 1. Peavy, daughters of Mr.,and I I I Mrs. Clyde Lewis, Mrs. Gladys I is by invitation from''I''I'I
Howell of Deen, Judith Lewis and
',' Mrs. Peavy St. Augustine Betty
the General Extension Division,
former residents of Bunnell.1:'r Massey are spending this weekend 1 I I DOYLECONNERCOMMISSIONER
and is to members of the
cE,., 1 j jf i in Miami. Judy and Betty open
clergy from all faiths.
Mrs. J. H. Botterbusch, Jr.,j I,are attending the' Business i
formerly Margaret.Peavy of.Bun School Contest being held there.
Florida tomato production in OF AGRICULTURE
f. nell, is now employed; with the I I:Mrs. Lewis and Mrs, Deen are
1959 was valued at $42,300,000. fd. '.1. Adv..
K firm of Knight KIncaid Young visiting with relatives.
!" & Harris ,as legal secretary. She I It !
and her husband are residing in;l, CARD O'F THANKS ?
' ;. Jacksonville. I Ik 1 r To, those who expressed their ,

I I sympathy in so many beautifuland _Car Owners
f I'f Herbert Rodgers ,and Lana practical ways during our
'If i, McCabe, formerly of Bunnell, i sad> bereavement, we extend our'

,. are now employed with Cain &,II I II[heartfelt thanks. POT
'; Bultman, The., in Jacksonville. I also want to thank the saUl
',-. I''of the Flagler Clinic and Hos- '

f; I Mrs. Daisy Moody is a patient j:pital for their kindness' in my ( -r

in the Flagler Clinic and Hospital i,r recent illness. _
for surgery. Irene Zoller.
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; IN THE CIRCUIT 'COURT i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I Book 51 page: 340 .?40l&"' .15.72.-EspoSW&: /Co:'.."::' y, 't.tS
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FLAGLER COUNTY, I FLAGLER COUNTY.. "FLORIDA. JOiE PARK SUB > 'e }";4,- : 7""S. ,.
< a IN CHANCERY NO.'3973 I : 1 IN CHANCERY NO. 4OO3 Lots 11-12, .-.-.,.:.. .; Hosldns. Cynthtat' ;... 9.02
EVELYN SOELTZ-3BOBTS SARAH ISENHOUR BUCHANAN. ,_ ARTESIA SUB .. '',: '.,
Plaintiff.. PlalnUff Lots 1-2-17-18-19. block fj ;:
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WILLIAM SOELTZ-SaOETS., I E.J.. BUCHANAN. Lot U, block } --. -. Que-ess Laboratories, '
_'. Defendant. Defendant. Inc. 2.1&
r NOTICE: TO<'DBFBND DEFEND Lots 30-31. block -...::..... Combs.; .J ; ....-. 23,78
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. NOTICE TO Second addition to Ar-. "' _
William Soeltz Szoet 1 : I THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO I ,tesla Park, part of > .. : '
known as Wilhelm 2nd Lt. E. J. Buchanan 05306300 lot 2, book 52 page -r -". .'
-F_ Meiereigasse 8. Section 717, Box 90 490 ._-__--......--.-.-. Padgett ; D.: \ --\ 2.80
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N. 0. Austria: 1 Officer's Mail Room Part of Govt lot 8 u '
p: Modllng, ; ';' ;<'.t >
You are hereby notified .' a ; Fort Monmouth. New Jersey I book 55, page 292 35 11 31 0.14 Vermilyne;;,.:Alfcet:____ 1..St.
-suit has been filed, against in 1 You are hereby notified that a Part of Govt lot 1, : .
the above entitled cause; and you suit has been filed against you in I book 47 page 374 36 11 31 6,28 Hall A. crSTy._,.,., 2.44
are hereby required to file' your an- the above entitled cause; and you North 475.5 feet of ;:p,F.
nawer with the Clerk of this C : :, are hereby required to file your answer South 1109.5 feet of ,1;:.';'. .
,and to serve a copy thereof with the Clerk of this Court:, lot 2 except book 34, : c t <,;, '
the plaintiff or plaintiffs and to serve a copy thereof upon page 150 ,&book 36 ; :. .
whosename and address. is: the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney, pages 255 & 320() and :::!;' ::. ', "
W. Cecil Grant whose name and address is; book 37 pages 67-122 ',' c, 'i"F-' -. 1' _
-: .407% Main Street Ray Selden & book 45 page 12 36' 11 ', 31. 5.42. Smith R: .f&gAyleen; 8.79
Daytona Beach. Florida Selden Building Part of Govt lot 2, ,"*; *-
not later than June 11th A. D. 800 Main Street book 45 page 12 .. _... 36, 11> 31 2.33 Jenkins._ .J. clAMary:; :..0&
If you fall to do. so. decree Daytona Beach. Floridanot Lot 5, block 6. Cochran -" : > 'r.
confesso will be entered ....g pro later than May 20th A, D. 1960. Place Sub ..... -_"-__ Johns Theo & Helen .. 5,01
you for the relief demanded in If you fail to do so, decree procontesso Part Tr 11 book 54, '. '
bill of complaint. The nature the will be -entered against page 295 .__......Y.-'.. 7 1231 G.%& Allen. A.H- "=. Alice 1.3S-
'- jsald suit being for divorce. of you for the relief demanded in the Lots 4-5. Midway Park 4;

.- WITNESS my hand and, bill of complaint. The nature of Sub ---.r- -T-- r.-_. McDaniel Lucuise. &
said Court this 2nd ,day ..of of said suit being for divorce. Donniev --,-,-. "M.sl 15.09-
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.A.D. .1960 WITNESS my hand and seal of Lot 3 block 5. Whispering ."; :" :
(Official* Seal) I said Court this 19th day of April. Sub __ __ Edwards,. Roger<: R. 1.59
L s, RALPH E. HARBERT A. D 1960. Part S% of Tr 4, book ?< >'" J
Clerk of said Circuit (Official Seal) 36 page 165 ..--.a.. 11, 12 31 U5. Dawley., Johu. W., 1.80(
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May S-U-19-6-ftc RALPH E. HARBERT MOODY SUB :,0 ';,
--'.--:- I I Clerk of said Circuit Court Lots 1-2-3 & the N 38 .\';,;. .O.r: .. :
,: IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT April 21-28 & May 5-12-itc feet of the W 44 feet ', : ./
: FLAGLBR COUNTY,' lot 5 .& N 25 feet lot. 'S; ;'"
I '. IN CHANCERY NO. 4001 8 & N lot 9 block 7 Eckerdr WnB" '&':Emma 220.64
'", MICHAEL., LORENZO.Plaintiff. S 38 feet of W 35 feet .
:'j' of lot 4 & S 38 feet -
of lot 5. block 7 -' f Purvis, Carey E. 4..3 2
PHYLLIS LORENZO, the following described lands will be Lot 2, block 27 ... ...._.. Gresham Thomas v &
.. Defendant. : noon on the 1st day of June,'A. D. Shirley '. .. ?,,. 47,42:
NOTICE TO DEFEND Flagler County Courthouse in Bunnell, N% lot 12, block 31 ) Mark. Francis & Delora 28.89 .
( THE, STATE-.OF FLORIDA the amount due for taxes herein set Lots 123415161718. I
Phyllis Lorenzo with all cost of such sale and advertising block 51 Wiser J.H. & ,Dorothy 21.71
I-i" .\ }f-U 30th Road '- Tax Collector Flagler County. Florida. Lot 6, block 51 Citizens Bank of Bun- .
New York ---- --- nell ,
Astoria A ? ?, ? .., 14,01
." Ton are hereby notified Taxed t Costs Lot 9, block 51 ---.:.:.-, ; "-' Weaver J. & Chancle. 5.01 '
, suit .has been filed,.against 12 18 54 Ward Jake P. __ 7.36 Lot 1-2 Blk 39 'Moody ,J
"" the above entitled cause; and 12 18 14 Ward Jake P. _______._ %.%! Sub _.--.__ 1 'O'Connel, Lily. &" West
>' are hereby required, to file 12 29 80 Sheffield. L, S. & Alma 67.71 Violet. >, ,. .,., 104.47
swer with ,the .Clerk'of this 12 29 160 Sheffield L S. & Alma 119.14 AMENDED SUB OF VENICE PARK
and to serve a copy thereof 12 29 80 Gresham, John F. 40.89 Part of block 64, book
the plaintiff plaintiffs 13 19 80 Gresham. John F. __ 10.37 55 page 341 r.-... White Jasper. 3,72
t". whose name and address LEa 12 29 40 Nilson. Arvld '- 56.54 Part of block .64 book,
: W. Cecil Grant : 12 29 80 Nilson A. & Tanner, I 55'page 374 -.r ,. Mraz. E. CPearl. !.'l!
407% Main Street H. H. ..*._..___.__.-_ 79.39 Lot 14, block 68 ..:--. John's. Tbeo &, Helen 54.63
f- Daytona Beach. Florida ,12 29 80 Gresham, J. T. ..._......... 49.84 Lot 3, block 70 ..-, ...-.. Orr Milton & Roberta 3.22
I' -no later than May 23rd A. D. 12 29 10 Hall. J. G. *.-*.___ 1.89 Lot 8, block 77 _-:-..' '.. Koskela Andrew & ;
ii.t.: If you fall to do 'so._ 12 29 20 Voss M. ___.,--._-..._., 3.32 Nina _. .,, ,_,_ s.72
. confesso will be .entered I 12 29 20 Steller Bernard 3.32 NH ublot IS. Ocean City -
yon for the relief demanded : 12 29 10 Eldrldge F. F. __,...... 1.89 _.__ ..'.-.-, Giddetis. Arch & .Gertrude -
bill of complaint. The I r -THlum16.92
':. said suit being for divorce 12 29 V20 Ramsey H. J. & Gertrude I MAGNOLIA GARDENS: SUB =
WITNESS my hand and 29.60 Lots 1-%, block 4 -.....,,,, Yelvington, Russell _.. 3.22
said Court this 18th day. of 1 Lots 3-4-5-6 block 4 4. Yelvington Russell 4.33
:. O cial6Seal 12. 29 40 Ramsey; H. J. & Gertrude -' All block 9 ._._.__-_:- ,Yelvington, Russell -,- 2.58
) '- ..............._.:. 7.02 FUQUAY SUB "
t RALPH E. HARBERT 12. 29 20 Ara ve, William 1... 31.96 Lots 6-22-23-24. block I
Clerk of said Circuit 12 29 40 Ramsey .H. J.Ge, Fuquay _...-_-.-_,. .--,,:, Gardner, F. R. 11.44
a: April 21-28: & May 5-12-4tc trude ._..--_._._v __.__. 6.52 Lot 10, block 6 Goll R. D. & Ellen 40.0&
Lots 6-7, block 7 ___ J. 'F. &
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Be intension
IN THE .CIRCUIT COURT 12 29 20 Coppersmith, B. -.,..-... 3.82 ,, 6.29
FLAGLER COUNTY. 12 29 10 Thornton J. W.' ... i.sg' Lot 3 & Slot 2. block '
IN CIIANC RY NO.. 3867, 13 29 40 lcer., Claude ?J.--'-&' 8F ...._._-.-...._. -.,_ Donald R. Moore 9.85 ]
MARY LOU SINGER. Mary 23.51 Lots 1-:. block 11 Miller T. J. & Betty 7.35
.: Plaintiff, 13. 29 20 Pellicer C. J. ,:_ .,. _.: 3.32 Lots 11-1%. block 13 __ Schmltzer. Paul J. 10.94
vs. 13 29 40 Pellicer. Claude:- J. ..& Lots 3-4. block 17 -.....-... ., Allison Hester --=-- 6.68 .
[ JOHN E. SINGER Mary .... ..,.,. 12.33 Lot 20, block 23 ..,-?,.. Cobb, Ruby P. ..._.___ 3.22
Defendant. r I Lot 13, block 23A Maier. Rosa H. -r.. 3.22
NOTICE TO DEFEND G..M. al_ Lots 1 to 24 incl. block "
Spurling et
I THE STATE OF FLORIDA. : 12.331 32 -"_ ____ Kiosks..' -OIga 16 l'-

John E. Singer "**Cobb. Thomas T. ,& Lots 2-1. block 34 '_ / Chueca.: Amelia.,.., _. 1.94
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1046 Conner MORNINGSIDE BUD .1: : _-L < .0.
= ;; Z"W r ; 3.881 I .
r. Detroit '15. Michigan : ; : -,.' P' I. Lot 23;'-iblock' 3 ---J.:_t.. Bailey, Emma M. 1.94
.. You are hereby ,notified I .- C ham b'ero Katherine Lots, 1314.. block.'3 -. J PrIce W. E. Sr. & Le

''I suit haa been filed against Me _'___'__-._...., -- _.- 2.02 'lIa... _j .._ 5.72
t. the 'above entitled cause; : Lot 25, Block _____ Amore Alphonso &
;;b- are hereby required to file ( Jones Knox ., 1.22 f Helen ..L214
;;- swer with the.'Clerk of this Scott: Jane .,...-.. ._...,...... 7.36 Lot .10, block 5 Owen, G. F. & Wilmon-
f and to serve a copy thereof .i..1i'I' Jones, F. F. ._ ....... .._.. .99 time __ 2.44<<
i];: the plaintiff or plaintiff's Martin. Bud _... _. 6.25 Lot 8, block 9 _--...-.._. >Hord. S. R. & Doris 2.58
r. whose name and address is; Jackson. Willie ._ '7.36 Lot 11, block 11 Smith. Edith W. 2.58
:.))0 W. Cecil Grant ; .. ;:0", Toner, Helen M. 1.%: Lot 3, block 11 ,.._,-, --, -Beard, L. W. .._._-._.-... 2.58
;' Lot 3 block 33 ., .
407% Main Street '' Longwood, Gaines & ---:- Zunno. Evelyn 1.04
Q.t': Daytona Beach. -Florida <' Alice _.....__._ -_.... ..-. 14.56 Lot 5, block 1. Mobb'sSub Y-, / *
+ .. mot later than June 6th A. D. '12 ,' 30 10 Grant.. Bertha T. ........, 1.89 __ ". Patrick Ben F. & Carolyn -
K If you fall to do so, .', '.', 50.4 9
., confesso. will be entered ._ ., Parrish. Robert & Ev- 5-5-4tc J. F. MERCER. Tax Collector, Flagler County. Florida
'1. _, you for the relief demanded : *" elyn \ 3.38 >_, .. .
k4>' tblll of complaint. The ; :. .Jones-Isaac & Ethel 1.77 i '" ,
said suit being for divorce. Clark Mathew & Rosa 1.22 Notice
W1TNBSS my hand and
Davis, Eliza & Emanuel -
r atd Court this. 22nd day of j' Hazel 7.86

'[' ::A. D. 1960 Seal.. ,*.' Brown'Natban.Wil- Notice Is hereby given that the following described lands or so

': Official'RALPH) E.. HARBERT i' lie ._.. '-'-' 3.38 much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes
> Clerk of 'said Circuit herein set opposite same together with cost of such sale and advertising
f: & 5- U-l9-4tc King, Riley 7.86 will be sold at public auction on the let day of June I960 at
A. April 28 May ; Hill, W. U. &; Carrie. 72.18 the office of the City Tax Collector In the Community Center Building,
CIRCUIT COURT beginning at 10:00 o'clock' A. M. in the City of Bunnell. Flagler
" FLAGLHRCQJINTY IN THE King Eloise B. _.-._-,. 10.09 i. County. Florida.
Bass.. ,Richard & Ruby 2.88
".0 IN CHANCERY, NO. 3OJM : Davis; Fred & Eloza .. 9.59 Description of Land S T R A J Taxes & Cost

L-, -GEORGE' :F;.,BROWN' Plaintiff, JR. t'-,,, ,. ,> ., King.. .' ','H. a & Peggy 2.88 Lots Frac.:4-5-6.Block Block 3A _19 H. Willard Knight: & Dorothy ...* 1.20

! T3ARBARA I!," BROWN, -' / Ex. _______ Walton. Johnston & Alice 6.00
t" '_ Wolfe. A. G. & Lois 21.77 Lots 4-5-6 Block 19
b.- -4'. :. Defendant, ,- Ex. Val.' __ ._.._..-- Walton Johnston & Alice_ 23.00
r NOTICE TO DEFEND -
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; Lots 1-2-3-4 Block 39
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i', SiVLTE' : OF A. FLORIDA.Brown ::.. < '-<' :..; ; .... H. Ex ,-_--' Iiamar. Harris, Jr. & Louise 6.00
>, ra ) ; .;-- Hill ,.W. H. & Carrie 33.45 Lots 1-2-3-4 Block 39 ,- ,
Street "
< Maple &.1.'t", &. _____ 'Lamar
: .Thomas_ Chester ". : Ex. Val. Harris, Jr. & Louise., 29.M
f: IPe New York : .Rosa _-_? 18.74 Lot )i Block 59 Robert Parrish. Jr. & Evelyn 1.20
notified
Yeru v are hereby ;t 0' Lots 5-6. Block 59 Eddie Williams ._ 8.90
, .- suit ,has bean entitled filed against : ,,'":' ., Ezell; 'Italian ._..,.. "" 12.33 ,Lots 3-4. Block 65 H.
the above cause; .. '11.83 J.W.
"- ; Kennedy Mary '; Ex. Cauley & Ellamae 3.50
file
be1'ebY'required
r.' are to -.. -- ,Lot 9.'Block 89 Isaac Jones & Ethel Mae .._ 1.90
<;". averwith tM Clerk of this : Lots 11-12. Block 93 Ellaa Davis & Hazel Emanuel 2.95
4': and to'Hl'Ye a copy thereof XlngjElofs6 -........_.. 6.12 Lots 1-2-3-12. Block 98 W. H. McKenzie Estate_ 28.50
r' the plalntif .or. plaintiffs Lots 4-9-10-11. Block 98 W. H. McKenzie Estate 7.50

r.,..,. whose' na, and Grant address Sheffield, .L. S. Jr. 7.86 Lot I, Block 23 ______ Nathan Brown & Willie Clyde 1.90
W.
1
Oe-Bfl Henderson, W.A. & Lot I, Block 123 .
4 0? Main Street
: % 27.98
Minnie 124 ?- Riley King 6.60
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Daywa* Beach. SW .1.i' Lots 7-8, Block ,
f/ not later, tRn June 6th A. 12 30.. Edward Rogers .R 124 -_-- Lamar.Harris.,Jr. .. ..'..-._ :.... .40 I
VIi-. It you fan to do so. Lots 23. Block 124 Riley King :... ._. 3.30
j e confesao will be entered 12 30 0.11 BattenfEddie*& Ethel Lot 9, Block 124 Lamar Harris Jr. ___ ... ....... 6.10
you for :the relief demanded ) 1.38\\ Lots 1112. Block 125 W. L. Lang & Elouise 14,50 I
>, bHl of complaint. The Capitaneious Geo. __ Lots 9-10. Block 129 Richard. Bass & Ruby 3.30
.; WIT Ing for divorce. Lots N% 11-12 Block '

.my hand and Hill \V. IL & Carrie 129 _,-'- EloIse:B.. King _.. ..,,, .. .- 18.50
:-;- said O *rt this Und day of I : -. Mills, Gradys .__-- 1.22' Lot 1. Block 130 ..-..-. Fred Davis & Eliza ._.. 4.00 I
: 'A. D. 1H.. : ? : 0, Brown Jerry :._..._...._ 1.22 Lot 1C. Block 165 ___ Chester Thomas & Rosa Lee 1.90 .
,
r (OfB rfal Sel). Brown. Willie O. 9.59 Lot 4 except R/W U.&

&' RALJPK E. HARBERT '. Warren. Lula & There- No. 1, Block 167 H. ;
i' Ctrk of said Circuit .. .... ... .. DavidDixon "
< ,- :.* ea.& Osbourne & Jean- Ex .,.__- *'., 24Q
; April M & May -U-lt-4tc' ,"'. :'\ \s.,\ .. ,"ette 8.36 Lot 2, Block 168 Mary, Kennedy. ___- ,.._,.:..' ..- ,"0'0
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"- '. Lot 11 > ,
r: Butler James & MIssey 7.36 NW 28 feet ,
< Block 168 Eloise King 1 1,00
a Underwood. Robert v & Frac. Lot 5. Block 169 '.'.,,' Little May: Johnson .,..,..-y. t.t .
Willie Mae .... :.._..... 2.83 Lot 5. Block 202 ", Ralph E. Harbert --__-........... i
I i eR- .1a.Ilrr[ rt i Lots C-7-S..12'BBIIOCkk 202 Ralph E. Harbert ." ) ;i' lJ
12 30 0.36 Deen. J C. & Margaret 32.45 Lot 261 Unknown _______ 1.3O
Tracts 3-S. parts N. Rd '
F BB L. FLORIDA : 1230' 0.24 Tann. C. H. .& Martha" 2.27 No. 11. Bk 54 g. 181 '<-> "-

Block C. -. ..--i 11 12 30 Francis G. Mark & Delora W,. 36M
< Williams Charlie & Tract 18 except Pt. Bk. "" ,. ','
i-, Lorche > < 1.38 2&. Pg. *94 & Pt. Bk. 0 c :. .'
B. FULLER
M. "
1R1S 7.4, { : ,' I .Major. Charlie .88 19, Pg. 557. BklOCLCI 11 12 30 Eddie<< Williams \ ,..

+ t ". 4..;1 ::, :,,_Underwood. Joe & Annie Lots %-3"", :_. ' '. 1.25 Hts. -- Ed London & Lucy .. :.a
Bes40s.ted. *eI.1 12 30 20 'DebolC A. L. :--. 31- 3.32 Lot 10. Block 3, Un. '- e,::.:-, -o- 4
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W.H. Hill & Carrie
flee :1pMl4o: 1htIt.'M' ., Ff< Hfs. -- -- ---
,', .i ." I Lot 7, Block 4 Lin. Hts. Willie Clyde (Bass) BJ: -=
o. ; Maa4elpalltles .. ., ,Lot 8. Block 4 Lin HU Mack Jones & Sarah, .' ", ,I
te of .1. Lot 9. Block t Un Hts Gladys Mills "
pe : :'-Fe > --\I'"- Lot 4, Block Lin Hts. Mack Jones & Sarah ., ,' .' "
: ta_ ". "'"' -; Lot 5. Block 6 Lin Hts. James Butler -- $42
t = :;:4 Lots 1-2. Block 1 Bun ../r:1 .
l ,. ,; &... -7 .i .>,: .: nell H'Sites _..__. -,...; >, Charlie Williams &:Lar ffi e io1...
: -S-, : Lots. 1314. Block 1. -- .' .. <-Ii.. t
I! __,, t 4,'.. j -> : 4 =); ',f<.t- Bunnell HSitea .. ,,. Charlie" Major. '--' '-.& 1.* '
Ffri4a Fi-e.b.man"t"'XD ;'-<""' ',' 'IX Lot Block 4, Bun -. : ., '
,_ : ;;_qkt. 11, ><--Mi'.... ,' !:
-f' i3''30" ZU : I: Tlueteef : 34.18 nell I-rSltea Un)erwoo"Isaac > :; =-'r
Iiaut JL. :; ,"' ;t; .: Joseph ,. ,
1!! '- Lou 7-E. Block 1 Car :< "- "
""". .::,. _'. 16 31 ,10 ..."ue.j3i, :, .: ',-;-:' .,?..; ; '1s&1 .ver'Sub-' _. ::..S-:_-: Johnson & V o l '.
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-., S.A,' ; oyca" ue Underwood: tl
; Taylor, Carver Sub. __ ;: < Robert < #
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'' I :10 31 5.89 Sterns. O J, *.S&rah 16.41 .L. H. DRADYSlav
\ 19 31 1.99 White, J. ," .. J.M 4.28-46; < City Tax Collector City of nunn U,FlorWa


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Thursday May 12, 1960: .THE_ 'LAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA J"1, -':- PA.GE.NINE

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'Scale :Insects'Are:"l ',_. Choosing, A :: :7 ; !Billy Been Is 1:RECRUIT JOHN i '{' ,'1 I for Harold the" J.occasion Ramsey,and: v attended e pent:'


; I TANNER HONOREDRecruit i i i the open house given' by the 2nd'

Important Pests Of .1 Dinner. Hamr' 1 Active In U. of F. John W. Tanner, Jr., Training Regiment following the "

Ornamental Plants -Ham is easy to prepare rand I ActivitiesI son of .Mr. and :Mrs. Harold J. graduation riview. -
I Campus
serve.. It is handy to have or Ramsey of Bunnell, was chosenas -- ..

Scale insects are among the I hand for unexpected dinner I Deen, son of Mr. and outstanding trainee of Accomplishment FREE PAINT_ ,

most Important pests of ornamental guests or for impromptu. snack- |!Mrs. W.W. Deen of Bunnell who by Brig. Gen. L. R. I One extra gallon of your choice

,plants and can be expected ;Ing. f jis1 a student at the University Cochran, deputy commanding ;with each gallop you buy

with, warm weather and general of Fort Jackson at graduation '
iof Florida in Gainesville I
has
Top quality hams usually Mary Carter Paint StoreAlso
new growthJames ceremonies held last Fri
the appearance..of
returned from tour
I 10 i a as
weigh from 8 to pounds.
Brogdon, entomologist of the Blue Westjrate shopping: Outer
of a'1 1 jber Key Speakers day.Tanner
Many people prefer part ---
with the Florida Agricultural t j Bureau of the university. This a ,graduate ,of Sea a
ham rather. than the whole
.. Extension Service, warns that J jis a program which sends I breeze High School, Daytona REFINANCE YOUR DEBTS
; ham shank half or, butt half ;
With Term
a Long
Florida wax scale is commonly i I speakers to various high schools Beach was selected by his training
'
Many shank halves are called
found on gardenias and hollies. 1"short shank" and have muchof t and civic clubs in the ,state to cadre and fellow trainees I FEDERAL LAND BANK ;
!" and Florida red scale can be an further acquaint them with the of Co. C., 8th Batl., 2nd Train-

t important pest on a long; list I the shank removed, or they i I I University of Florida. ing Reg. for his outstanding appearance j FARM LOAN ,

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be "shankless" with shank
"t"" may ,,
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of ornamental plants.. military bearing,
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skin and excess fat removed. !} Billy has also served as production R. W. BRYAN
:: ,The tea scale problem requires I courtesy and knowledge of military
chalrmari"of Freshmen Production Credit Assn.
The latter styles are well wortha
constant :attention on. camellias.J Ji subjects during his eight
| Forums, ia series of programs Wednesday.l0:00PALATKA.
higher price pound. You
,'. Mealybugs, which .are also in t tIi. per weeks of basic combat training.His .
I also buy boneless hams,, 1 geared to give the freshmen a FLORIDASJREtay
the insect family, be !may Mr. and Mrs.
pale may parents,
boned and skinned hams and i j better view of campus life at the ,
Ii.;;. found on manyplants.. Most -.. ---
i ----
canned hams. f[university. He .,was recently ,
scale insects attach themselves
: i I initiated into Kappa Kappa Psi, .
I ,,_ to their host plant. soon after, You may buy your ham cook. I an honorary band fraternity. IN Insured & Rest Assured I ;

1::$ ,hatching. They rarely move ed, if you wish. No cooking is
has
I Young Deen also c
F from their feeding site. required. it will, be marked "ful completed FROM t .
service as undersecretary GET THE BEST PROTECTION
" Mealybugs, as a group,.remain: I "
c:: ly cooked. Be guided by the
i jof religious affairs. This included -
r a mobile. Scales feed, by insertinga directions given on ham labelsin
I' thread-like beak into the I IIt !| coordinating religious activities r
tiny, regard to cooking Some hams the H. T. COOK AGENCY
on campus. '
: plants and ,sucking out plant on the market have been partially I

It:::.-' Juices. cooked and require shorter Billy is a graduate of Bunnell Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida t

.: Brogdon warns that control oft time cooking than others.In High School where he was active ,

_ ;' scale insects is more difficult as in campus affairs. ,
inspection -- --- -- ---
r order to pass Federal .

V they become older and larger all hams have been
and where the infestation builds preserve liquid. Proceed as in 1 '
.:
carefully prepared to make
:ail" up severely. Make frequent inspections ,them safe for human, if the ,making any pilau, adding rice CRAIG FUNERAL HOME ,

7, :. of plants and make and chopped onion and celery.
consumer follows the directionsfor
thorough spray applicationswhen preparing and storing hams. J Season with a little saffron or A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director :

scales are still in the curry powder. When rice is
d JOHN HARDIN. Associate -
T' Quick-cured hams on today'smarket
,r young stage. done add bitts of ham and serve'as

., Malathion is the home gar require refrigeration. main dish. It's delicious AIR LADY OXYGEN
'k Like all ham should be
meats
when it CONDITIONEDCHAPEL' EQUIPPED
:; dener's great friend teamed up with a huge bowl I I 1
comes to scale control, accord- used promptly. Ham ,is not a of salad greens and a loaf of ATTENDANT AMBULANCES

.- Ing to the entomologist Make I satisfactory meat for: your freezer crusty bread. Milk makes an "-

two applications about two or I so buy it, store it in the re ideal beverage with this meal Phone ID 7-3532

:,t -. three weeks apart. Incases of frigerator and use it promptly.For and helps supply protein' to the I
the last of the ham try '201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDAe
severe infestations, a third spray meal., :
using the bone and remainingham
may be applied.

Summer- oil emulsion ,sprays for a ham pilau. "'
Cover the bone with water and
old favorites
; for use on foliage are
for scale insect control on simmer, until last of ham falls

certain ornamentals. They have from bone. Put ham aside and ,

been used less since the adventof IN THE CIRCUIT COURT -- ,'J',

malatnion1because bf pos FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA ., '
IN CHANCERY NO. 4012 .'
__ sible injury ,from oil during LEO BRANCA.
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very hot or' cold weather. Plaintiff.

i-. They are effective sprays and JOAN. BRANCA, .r' Yjj: ;yM .cS\'fi rY,, 4v}.kstvw,xwyvyw'aw;; :.

.q can be used during moderate NOTICE TO Defendant.DEFEND { vaI,,::

weather'' in spring and fall. A THE Joan STATE Branca'OF FLORIDA"TO, : 1 } % r s:

: V combination Qf malathion plus 35-51 Gaul Street Y ::: .+1 yr:' .
Y i:
;:
:. V oil emulsion has proven effective Philadelphia are hereby, PennsylvaniaYou notified that a Y,:: r r ti},:?;: .';' {' n

f against scales and several suit has been filed against you'in
S the above entitled cause; and you
A other pests. Parathion, is: one of are hereby required to file your an- .,, ,,.
}}v }Y :y::{;:a
V effective scalicides but swer with the Clerk of this Court.
the most ,
and to serve a copy thereof upon
is not generally used by home the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
whose name and address is;
fl'rw 4'Kn
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gardeners because of its toxicity W. Cecil Grant "
4071* Main Street
to people.
Daytona Beach Florida; .
{ {;:i.irl; -S.arios -.
not later than June 10th. A.JX 1960.
If you fall to do so. decree pro
Winds in a hurricane seldom 'confesso will be entered againstyou

\ go over 150 miles an hour ac- for the"- relief demanded in the
bill of complaint. The natureof
cording to data compiled by theNavy's said suit being: for divorce. : ::....' '
WITNESS my hand and seal of
Av-
Hurricane Hunters
said Court this 4th day of May. I
erage hurricane winds are 120 A..D. 1950.Omclal .:},i':' 7vSf: 'ti
( Seal) 3 ,
-, y' V mils an hour ,in the inner areas, I RALPH E. HARBERT
t.. miles Clerk of said Circuit Court
tapering off to,.40 an hour J May 12-19-26. & June24tc-_
s on 'the outer edge of: the storm. --- ;
IN TIIR CIRCUIT COURT.. SEVF .
TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR KLAGLKR COUNTY, FLORIDA -
$ .= VV If you keep ,your ear to they IN- EQUITY. EQUITY NO.

ground you V can pick up a lot 4000 S *
LUCILLE. M. MARTIN.
of dirt. Plaintiff
V8. '
JULIUS F.
MARTIN.Defendant..
NOTICE TO APPEAR AND

Bob THE 'NAME ANSWERIN OF THE STATEOF
TV -
FLORIDA:
.
TO: JULIUS PO: MARTINYou
are herebY'notlfted that a
W \ suit has been brought: against you
4 SERVICE in the'Circuit Court, of Flagler
County. Florida, in Equity by
f LUCILE M.,MARTIN. Plaintiff and ..
5
all makes you are hereby required to file
fy 5 '"
:.
% personally or by attorney with the
Clerk of of said Court your writ- -
:E Sales Tubes and I ten defenses if any to the Bill 8 OQ
in .Equity In said suit, on or before 4&I
Installation the 30th day of May, A.D. 1960 and GIVE BETTER
Antenna ,
also to serve a copy of your written ..: >
*-:- I defenses upon OSSINSKY & .
PHONE HE 9-2204 KROL.. Attorneys for Plaintiff at W t' -
their offices at 411 Main Street., -> .
_. I Daytona Beach. Florida, on or before V .[ :-Be sure to see all that's new in gifts electrical 'The. V J
the 30th day of May. A.D.
.
f IX-THR- COBRT- OP.r THE-- -COUNTY- Equity I960 as Rules required and by herein the fall Florida not :?'choice- is endless.> .you can please everyone.. Strikingly ELECTRICAL GIFTS for: I'-

\, JVDGK OP_' FLAGLER COUNTY, or Decree Pro Confesso and Final :: beautiful gifts for home, entertaining; and personal enJtiww '
FLORIDAIN J
'' Decree will be entered against )"ouby
THf MATTER OF THEESTAT4 default -joyment Big thrills in small packages Selections are "tI4tJ ''
; OF STSLJ-A' SYGIT. J
That the name of the Court In .
,*-,"' DECEASED ,which said suit baa been Instituted bright-prices are light. Nice to 'give-wonderful to J4o> 4 -1
XOTI4B OF\ FiLING PETITION Is the Circuit Court- Seventh Ju < '..
-. / FOR. FINAL DISCHARGE dicial Circuit of Florida in and for "< get...for.happier living,electrically. 1 Greu'd Q'(b -
;:-'-_- mjCHCUTOR Flagler County In EQulty'and that .
.n Notice is hereby given that I the title of said cause is as herein Bight now-and for every .gift occasion-see your t/ "' .
have filed my &R** returns ae administrator above set forth. ... -
t=t of' the estate of Stella You are further notified that the i electrical dealer first.
: -1 Sygit. deceased; that I have filed nature of said suit .Ie a salt for
}:': my petition for distribution and divorce -" '
for final discharge; aM that.on WITNESS my band and seal ol :" :V FLIRIIA POWER I LIGHT COMPANYt I IHELPH6
June .6th., AJ>. lift. I will apply office at Bunnell. Flagler_ County, ; .,
to the Honorable Duane Deen. Florida this Nth <*ay of April BUILD FLORIDA
_"" County Judge of Piaster County A.D. 1960.ClrcuRALPH. .' !
-: Florida, ,for approval of Mid lneiretutpe ( Seal) \ 5- ttti,4 r
and for an order of distribution E. HARBERT.ac _
: .::;._ ; and for leaf dischargedmlBtstratpr Clerk of tee Ctreutt*Court I
j ;o '" u ; of the estate of 'of Flatter CoT .ty. Flora** ,; N ) f G& 4Z
tV SteUa! deceased.;, 0 81N81CY AT KROL.: -
: 1'Id."y! of'I dayA.A 1..., 0olcttrs for PtatatfcX ., ;
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c JO. 'JLOUIN 411 Mate Street ..
Adn: w Daytona :Beach FfeM jc
Eay 5.12.19th & Juneh April J8 & May S-1J-19-fte '- -
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PAGE TEN- : s "."- '; '- .'r'i' ,,:\.: THE'FLAGLER: TRIBUNE. BUNNELL, FLORIDA .:-".'.=. Thursday. May: .12.-._.1960.
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Senior: GraduationHonors i ;j JH';;" ':"'(-'p"lJI.. :) _)} Higginbotham, Wadsworth Lumber, I QUITTING" POTATO'- t I

.. RESEARCH LABORATORY j I
Announced Named V. F"W. Phillips 66 Play Dr. Dondal L. Mhyre, assist 4!

I"i ant soils chemist at the Potato ;
Carl E. Hornsby principal of
Bunnell High School, announced AideDeCamp For Top SpotThe Investigations Laboratory at :- s,

last,week that Miss Judith,Clyde"Lewis The City Softball League after Harold Higginbotham of Bun Wadsworth Lumber Co. Hastings, will resign effective .
:
I June 30
to research duties
had won the Valedictorian- two games hu'shown a' lot of nell has been appointed Nation.. and the Phillips 66'who are withthe assume U.S.
*
honors and"Michael Parker the I Improvement over: last year's al Aide-de-camp to Louis G. tied at two games each for the of Agriculture.Dr. Department

Salutatorian honors. I playing. The 66 team has come Feldmann, commander in chief lead in the City Softball League I I .
J.R. Beckenbach director
,
up with a new .catcher in
Panas
[ of the Veterans of Foreign Wars will '
meet at 8:45 in the second
Miss Lewis of the Florida Experiment
graduated''with.]who Agricultural -
sure can slug that ball. it was learned here today. j'
game tonightThe
the highest scholastic honors Lefthander Jim Hargett hit the Station, says Dr. Mhyre :
for four years of high school first home run.. Dwayne Metts Commander Feldmann said I Oilers will be trying for intends to work on. radiation I

work with Mr. 'Parker: closely t got his first and also C. Cowart. Mr.deem it a great honor to have their 16th straight game which contamination and Strontium 90 .:!:

,_k behind.-<< Both students have Higginbotham serve on my was carried over from last yearas studies at Beltsville, Maryland. !
achieved outstanding success Manager L. Harris is all staff. He has- long been a tire they won the league record He has been at the Hastings J F
,smiles these days. Wadsworth less worker 'in the VFW and I with 13 II
during their high school, careers games. Gayle Mercer laboratory since 1953. I
j Lumber Co. .has am confident that he will carryout will be the mound for the
and represent the high ,qualitiesof come .along on !!
character and scholarship I with Sammy Bertha pitching his assignment: as national Oilers and;will be going for his

which the school seeks to Impart j better ball. Hoppy Simmons, aide-de-camp with the same en- 14th straight win. Sammy Bertha I
!
I
RCA VICTOR
to its students. j long ball hitter has also improved thusiasm. Our organization, is will toe the rubber for the
the Lumber team. fortunate to have men of his Lumber 'Co., and will try for his LIVING COLOR TV I

Miss Lewis is a' charter member -I Harris calibre standing.....' ready to serve. 3rd .stra ght win. "LOOK IN FOR THE THE WINDOWSouthern PICTURE '1
of the Bunnell of' Appliance team first
.Chapter Radio & Television
': The first game will find the I
the 'Beta, ,Cluo7 national 'honorary -I have to get a little more experience TAYLOR ATTEND Harris Appliance and the Flag- 226 E. Granada Ph. OR 72001ORMONO

student club, and has which.,irieans practice, ler ,
GEORGIA Firemen. Both
J SCHOOLErnest teams have r. "
served as vice practice boys. i. : ,
president. She lost two Tom Pinner ..
games.
Taylor .
'
c.
r soil conser- <
has been a member of the Future
-I The Flagler Beach Fire Boys who pitched'nice ball Monday
vation
.aide with the local Con. .
Homemakers and received Club the for four I first have to get a taste of winning servation District office, has I night but lost the game on Frank & Glad's !
years Betty
I a game and they will be completed a three-weeks Intensive shabby play has been improving
Crocker
Homemaker of
Tomorrow a different team training course at the 'University every game and before the sea SHOE REPAIR _!
award. Miss
Lewis has
been f \V. MOODY nI VD.
!
son gets old'the fans in the
'
of
accepted_ for nurses training at Georgia in Athens t Block West of Railroad
the track 'record '. .county wijl see some good pitch. General Shore
for the 440 Taylor was one of the Flor- Repair ;
Charity Hospital, New Orleans, r '
yard race for the St. Johns Con. idans selected to attend the ing by Tom. The Flagler Beach !
La. and will
enter the fall
semester -
in I ference for one"year.. He also training 'sessIon from April 18 Firemen Still need to improve
that institution.
During
'. participated I In. the their pitching. Manager Ray
t 1960 State through May 6.Twenty.three I
< the she took the Stateof
year j
Science Talent Search. men representing Lehr is still working on it. I CommunityMemorial: ;
Florida examination for a i t. <'
Mr. Parker has recently been eight, southeastern states a' I
nursing scholarship and has al. !
r. so" applied for the Forty and j fi'notified by the Massachusetts I completed"the course, which included YOUR. CLOSEST OUTLET ChurchInterdenominational ;
Institute of Technology that his I training in engineering, For Quality Furniture I
Eight scholarship for nursing
:. students. She also served as i I the recipient of 'a scholarship biology, soils, .agronomy, public Hight"We're Rent Out District"CHRIS'S of the Daytona Ave. :!

grant of $1300 per year for studyat speaking, woodland management' FLAGLER BEACH
editor of, the school annual for I, l I
that institution.. He will aerial and' FURNITURE
enter ,
surveys re
the 1959.60 school year. She is j' ... Sunday 'School 10:00 A.M.
that institution in the fall search. I 166O RIdgevrood AreHolly. Hill
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.: ',...I Church Service 11:00 A.M.
;: Clyde' Lewis of Bunnell., [ of 1960 to pursue the,study of Taylor stated "that all soil ..
engineering. Mr. Parker is the conservation service-' personnel R. Wi DICKERT. Pastor
.: .'.I : Mr.. Parker has likewise been !son of Miv and.. Mrs Marvin should have the privilege .of attending Subscribe: to The Flagler Tribune i EVERYONE'WELCOMEr

:" \ active .In, the program of the t Parker of Bunnell. *&- l this training school.: 52.50 A Year ,In'J Advance i
!school during his four years of .

t high school experience. He ... .

:., played for one, year on the, football Mr Comfitkmlni-temperatures made to order-for iB-weaUwr comfort See The Dinah Short Chevy Show la color Sundays,NBC-TV-tIae Pat BOOM Chevy Showroom weekly,ABC.TV. -., ,
t team and won honorable '
;
\" mention for conference play :
'
at the position of center. He i

has played on the basketball

. j team for four years. He has'
" .., been a member of the Beta Club

; 7 for two years and has served ask

IT" '' vice president. He has, been a

'' member of th,'Hi-Y Club for'two ,. -
years' and. has- served for one '

t- ::", "year as treasurer, of the club.'

;x.- "',' He. made application for and.! i
'
"; : was accepted by ,the early admissions !.'

( : :program of Stetson ;

r. < 'University! for: the summer of

'"" > : 1959. He chose, 'however, to ac

L"' cept an 'appointment to the National 'I
: Science Foundation Summer -

t Camp at the University of,
.
r.:::.. Florida for that.summer.He, hast

;. ':;.' been a member of the band for
<<'.,,: six years. He> was a member fIt

;:_= the track, team of Bunnell High

: ,_ jl- ,_ School for three years, and held

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