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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 19, 1960
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 48,. NO. 19 ;, BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1960 $2.50 A .:YEARRotary .. j
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f Club .to : Judson Stryker Is Baccalaureate' Dr. Reynolds Harris Named ;

I' Named to Post On > Returned Home d;

} Honor Bunnell Services Sunday Commander of ,1

., ... Student Government,. From HospitalDr. ."

: High Seniors Judson Stryker of Flagler Evening in Gym Allen Reynolds, who was Legion Post 115 a
Beach hasvbeen named treasurer severely burned in an accident .,
'.:\"i "' of; next year's student at his home, Flagler Beach, I
'5 The Rotary* Club of Bunnell govern- Baccalaureate service for the Easter Sunday morning returned Coy G. Harris was elected as
ment association 'of
,.2_\,' .will honor the Senior, Class of Daytona graduating class of Bunnell to his home Tuesday.Dr. commander of Flagler Post 115, ,
Beach Junior College. High School wuf'be held Sunday The American Legion Mondayat
: ; Bunnell High School by having -
.. Reynolds was admitted to
Miss Judith Law
Ormond
'w( '. evening at 8 o'clock, Flag the Community Center. Also
: them as 'their guests at the regular .
: the Clinic and
in Flagler: Hospital
"y Beach, freshman the schoolof
.
ler Gymnasium.Rev. elected as first and second vice
: w Rotary luncheon meeting :
t. education,. has been elected for treatment after the accident
held each Thursday at the Masonic .' president. Other officers for the W.L. Spicer, Jr. of the. and,was transferred to a Jack- commanders were John Hardin
.* ", and Steve Cyzycki.
7. hall. First Methodist Church will
sonville hospital week later
Sue: a
coming year are Mitchell of
/ Dr. James,Parrish vice give the invocation and Duane A. Deen'was named
president Daytona Beach as recording secretary for treatment and skin grafting
I l' of Stetson University, De- and Virginia 'Otts of Holly diction. Iene-I. by 'a skin specialist there. sgt-at-rms].01.B.; Jack Clegg, chaplain ':
Fuller
historian
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Land, Florida will be the Rev. Thomas Pinner ;
of the
t:: guest .Hill as corresponding secretary He said he was healing at a Walter Morris
treasurer
speaker. Dr: Parrish will,address First Baptist Church will deliverthe ; Raymond
;: Four from' Daytona3Beach: who much faster rate than had been S. ,
Smith, post service officer. _
his remarks to the graduating baccalaureate address
have been elected as represen- : expected. He will have to have .
t:;, I Senior, and will, consider the, taives to the student government Music will be furnished by .daily dressings with Dr. John M. Dean Smith and Andrew T. '
? outlook for the ,high school association are: Thomas the ban Ushers will be Carol Canakaris here and a treatmentin
-':" graduate in the area. ,of education f. Corby, Sam Drlggers, Nannette Christopher, Grace Steflik, David -I Jacksonville about once a Zalewski of the were executive named committee.as members -
,,: employment, and world Hansen, and Jean iI 'phy. Two Lewis, and 'Robert Walters. :week for some weeks yet
J Boys who have been selectedto
.. problems.' The Commencement will
: from DeLand are Steve Hunt ; be at
?t f'. Carl E. Hornsby 'principal. oft and Willo Kollinger. Alan KatZ, 8 o'clock Friday;''even ng., May Beach attend Boys State in Tallahassee
June 19.25 Hol-
Bunnell High School ,and president from, Eau Gallie, is also a: representative 27, at, the gym also. Flagler 1: are Cary
: land of Bunnell and
r-: of the Rotary Club of Bun- to S. G.A/nextryear; Rev. F. A. Talley of the Danny
,f\ nell, will, introduce the graduating 1 .... f:*8E3Band Church of Christ? will give the Frailey of Flagler Beach. Runners -
\:" seniors: to the club and invocationand benediction and School Children;; -up are Jeffery Seale of'

i.:: will recognize .witstajiding DirectoriV special music will ,be furnishedby Flagler Beach and Reid. Robert
:.4 class son of Bunnell.
achteVemtts of the; both' the band. S. "
t .; individually! ,a4jfl as'a r iup: :- Dr., Ray Sowers-of Stetson Uni Will Register' Membership for 1960' .was reported -
csY "Bach Rotariafi serving as a Morris ,Selected versity will deliver the_ com at 74 This is an '.increase"' '
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last
over year from,64.
<., host to ,an >incHvidual of the mencement address.Mictoffil Registration: at-vthe Flagler : --I .
class aRt'will.sit withthal Mu' ft. : .Parker Wui;give the-: aeh' oot1 dndergartenand .,<",' ::. :_ > -. ;,' -.,;. '-'- .-.
dent ding w Tun r\:end ror :Tour hk"Band salutatory address arid Judith ,I also 'for*.the first grade gtkj; [ :
r program., .* Lewis will give the valedictory students will be held May 23, j
The purpose of the meeting 'is Director Walter\Moryis address. 24 and 25, pdincipal William '-s
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\' ,to give 'recognition! *to our graduating .has 'been selected as one of a Dean Holland will presentthe Fennel said today I r RtuuJ..
: senlors..and.assur' them group of about 30 bandmasters diplomas and Carl Hornsbywill Parents will be able to regis- I I
of the club's' and the con niuni .:' in Central Florida to go to Elk present awards. ter the children for these two.l (By Leslie Pache)
; 's interest and.appreciation of 'hart, Ind., to/tour the Conn Cor- Ushers will be Polly Sorson grades in the office of the j r One week ago our Softball
i., this'milestone',in life which they 'poration factory and research Sandy Gumble, Danny Fralley school between 8:30: and 3:30 on teams were tied for first place,
J have 'reached, a spokesman for center. and Jeffery Se le. these three days. The first game was played hard
; the club said.American. -The group will leave Orlandoon The junior-senior banquet and Mr. Fennell said it- is important and both teams, Harris Appliance
t Monday, June 6, flying to prom 'will be held at the Bath that they know how and Flagler Beach Firemen -
Elkhart and will-spend three and Tennis Club in Daytona. many students will be entering played it to the last 'in
Legion days there attenging Flute and Beach Friday night. these grades so preparation maybe ping Jeff Seale laid down'perfect a
Brass instrument Clinics and Members of the graduatingclass I .made during the summer. bunt and H. Wells scored
i Present Awards touring the factory;, to learn are: f He also said all children who with the winning run from
1 first hand the construction and, Fern Evie Allen James Albert l will be five years and nine third and kept the Appliance
Friday Morning repairing of instruments.. Burnsed, Arthur Leslie Carle,.1,months of age before December t I them in third place.
; I Mr. Morris is director 'of the Robert Bruce Cook, Elaine May t 30, and also all children who The fans missed a good second -,

I The American Legion Citizenship i Bunnell .School "Biggest Little Fraileyi Beverly Jean Haines, will be six years of age by December game which found the Oil
r Awards will be given to Band in Dixie." ,The trip is I Charles Houston .Cummins,. I 30, and who have' not ers and Lumber Co. tied with
an eight' grade boy and ,girl at planned for band directors only.,1 Ronald Jack Jasfcczak, Judith already registered this year, are two wins each. The Lumber Co.
: Bunnell High ,School on Friday Clyde Lewis, George Miles I urged to do so next week. won 5 to 3.
morning',at.:'10' o'clock, Postmem- ,Moody, Jr., Alice JoAnn Morris,1 Big Sammy Bertha pitched 3- I
( T>er':Raymond'.Smith said today. VFW District: Michael Noel Parker,Joan Elizabeth I I hit ball and ''Gayle Mercer who
t The presentation ceremony of Revels, Marilyn Joan Rob- : Short Term for pitched just,as good ball A lot I

k the awards 'will 'be, held in the Is Reorganized bins, Charles Henry Robson, i fans might not of noticed it
; school, auditorium at 10 o'clock. ,Beverly Jane Rodgers, David: that night but while Sammywas I
\ and the public is invited and A reorganization of the Eighth Scott Shields, Lawrence Dewey : Circuit CourtThe warming up for the Lum- I
: urged to attend, Mr.' Smith said. District, of the:Veterans of Foreign Smith, Ethel Annette, Strickland, ber Co., Gayle Mercer was help
The. selection of ,the boy and Wars was held at the VFW Elmer Lewis Taylor, John Henry spring term of Circuit ing Sammy to improve his pitch- '
the girl for the citizenship Post 1590 home. in Daytona Wells, Carolyn Inez,Williams. Court" of the Seventh Judicial ing, and the way Sammy pitched
awards are made. on honor, Beach, --Dist., Vice .Com. Wilfred Circuit convened here Monday that night .he sure beat Gayle.
-' scholarship, -leadership, and Hunter said today. WORK STARTED ON .morning at 9 o'clock with Judge You are a wonderful sport,
service. \ ,. "b The appointment of district ANDERSON Thomas N..Tappy on the bench. XSayle. Our hats off to you.
: Those recede'; .the awards officers and chairmen were madeat' JOHN The grand,jury was selectedand The all around playing of the
; will be' armowieedjat: the cereinony. -, this meeting and'' Clifford HIGHWAY MONDAY went into session. They returned ball players is showing that it's -
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-* Bunnell this :I of manslaughter going to be a tough season.
,. Higginbotham of the Work was started week an indictment
Post was named. as- chairman. ofthe on the" paving of John Anderson for Jesse D. Love, negro Those Oilers are going to 'cOmeback
Court District V/outh Activities, Highway from the intersection I' ; He will be arraigned on and be. real tough. See

Small Claims. Committee.::,BoBby Kendall. was at Highway 11 'at Flagler Beach I May 26 at 3 P.M. In the court- you all at the ball game. tonight. ; ,

; A,total of'12'cases were heard named ,as district bugler arid to' the Volusia County line on.house. ..
{ in the Small Claims Court, )before '' Raymond.,Smith as district.service the sout n. i.' The grand Jury presentmentsaid TR-HI-Y ELECTS '
:JudgeCliarles., .Tgnkjn'Tuesi ofllcer; They also. are members L. L. Hall Construction Com the physical condition of NEW OFFICERS "
day, May 17.- Of/hese'sixtcas s ,V ',the local post pany''ot Jacksonville is the,con. all county buildings were in Faye Bass Was elected presl.
w were dismissed, -three continuedto The Eighth Dfeffid:: is cons. tractor. very good shape. dent of the Tri-Hi-Y Club last
June 7, arid Jthree. judgments posed ot 21 ;.posts located in Bids were let on theJco.nstruct: ,Following ,their report to the week. Elected to serve as vice
i. in f aver..of :plaintiff. Flagler, Volusiii, Brevard, Osce, ion some time ago''and a -Jacksonville judge the grand jury recessed. president was Dianne Adams.
t i Cases continued to June 7 ola, and 'pranjg- ; counties. ,, Mr. contractor was low bid- Grand jury, members were: Joan Hoff was named secretary .
I were O. F Alford ,ys. A., JMc- Hunter said," der, 'bUt, later 'r refused the H. V. Peavy, jforeman, ; A. W and Susan Jane Deen as .
CraneY;*SUmV n'ys:: Gethart, contract Hall- Construction Com* Tucker ant foreman Eugene treasurer. Serving as parlimen-
|{ ,.v Gas'Engineering,.Co., :ys. tl. Patent: .medicine 1en pany was next lowest bidder A. Hatcfcer, ,Leon Novak; tartan will be Mary Jo Daugh-
nie Mae Spearman 38L9,, judg- inerea ed' 740 per:'cent from,1880 and the Board of City Com L W.,McMiilaB, Wm S. Dunson, erty; historian, Barbara Smythei;
went in favor p5ainlif.i' to ;WO wWie-i ',,W a tton increased misekmers, with legal advice, Robert L -.,P wier, T. H. Wads- and Terry Sheffield- will serveas
Margaret Prooowood fl:/'I. 'W.'1 way. &,,_per.cent, awarded .the contract to Hall. worth,. Clafeaee Nieson, Louis chaplain. ,
Moore $10.43 Judgrno |t te favor Hall's bid was $10,000 H, Steftik,'F, s J., Chambers, Wm. '>.- <'.
.plaintift" .., >. c Egg site,ha*. nothing ,to deqwalNy. more than the I we t bidder, p. Hatt, :..Arefc GIddens, J. LJ Florida poultrymen, estfmate"that
Margaret fir;' __ H.,', -: .; %aamy te but several thousand dollars Cms.f merman' L. Glover _good laying hens will-: prop ,
I Gray, $10992;,.;judgM. ;.,.... off.,.the,_htteffef: '-. '1eW f: tsars the __tea cost.. Frank .H teirfion, J. T. Gresh- duce: one" dozen eggs on ':45"
".Of plaintiff. Fe J ef: tics .' .,' by"the: :MatiBoad Dot. ,- and'Chaste*"H.Gordon < pounds of feed. '.'
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CAGE.TWO 0'._ .,' .THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA_ ",:.: .' Thursday, May '19I960Scko&l )

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; was due to .increases after the
: 'Don't Blame Farmer 1
:;, food left the farm. These included ., j jt1 i

r e,1 :I For Everything ThatTroubles : $4.8 billion in increased II )
'UJJm
Netal; I labor charges, $1.4 billion in .!.. .
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I !fI higher transportation costs, and J
by 'William Neil, Edger 1 Consumers $3.5 in business: operating expenses JI I JI Y'TEtt,1Jlf HIS YESo His wi AWO GeTMOR&
I AND FOUR KIDS.t FOR' UR MOItE\\F'pU J I
The great majority of ute 180 : such as taxes., rents, etc. 00 BUSINESS WITH ;
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'Well just ten of\\
more days t
million people in this country'!Idon't Even with higher ..retail. food tQe FLAGLER. l!
school and and
_, we are winding j,
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their'-.!up with programs and know as much as they costs, the ". average consumer < HARDWARE f i iF

picnics:.' 'I should about the 21 million who this year .can ,buy more .-food x !t
provide the rest of us with an/with income from an hour's > i{

The two first grades gave a abundance of good food. The work than at any time in, the "

good : program yesterday. The National Grange has prepared a I past 20 years. Percentage-wise, I

third grade, is giving "The Wizard farm tact kit that contains information 3}wages have increased more ,

of Oz" soon everyone should know J rapidly than food prices.
about farmers.
The fifth grade head< a picnic I -

today with fishing, Comparisons seldom, prove
exploringand
eating, at Tomoka Park. much, but the Grange has some I r F ::1 j
interesting statistics -to offer on''J AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY t

The second grades are goingto farms vs. non-farm Incomes. ;

,Marineland Also .
they will In 1958, when net farm Income I J
give a party for their mothers t
: amounted to
$1,066
per AUTO BODY BAMBOOBAR FUEL OIL.KING'S.
Friday. The third grades are capita, the average income of

going to a TV station in Day- the rest of the population was PADINT& BODY SHOP & COCKTAIL TRUCK STOP

tona Beach. Hope you have a $2,066 per ,person.: The total of LOUNGE' PHILLIPS 66 GAS, & OILS

good time on your picnic. net farm income in 1958_ was i I 24-HOUR Complete WRECKER Collision Service SERVICE Open Under New Management Delivery in the County on

$14.2 billion. The 1959 net is J Body & Fender Work Come In and Get AcquaintedOcean Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fuel',

May 2229.Is Soil estimated by the U.S. Department tainting, Matching Free EstimatesU. Blvd AlA Flagler Beach Gasoline
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1 So. BUNNELL
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of Agriculture at $11.8 billion. I Days ID 7.3372-Nlte ID 7.3267 u.S. -I N. Bunnell ID 7-3676.
Stewardship WeekGov. The Coolest Spot for the Coolest
Draft BeerSANDPIPER
The income
hourly average AUTO SERVICEMcDANIEL'S FURNITURE

LeRoyCollins has proclaimed for farm owner-operations for BARGIFTSLUNCHES

;" the week of May 22-29 management and labor, the On the Ocean Side of ALA 3 Miles REED'SDiscount

as Soil Stewardship Week in Grange reports, was 97 cents an Service Station North of Flagler Pier FurnitureUP

Florida. Proclamations by mayors I hour in 1958, compared with STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS "Keep Cool at George & Millie's"I TO 507. DISCOUNT

of cities and towns have $2.13 an hour for workers in PHONE, HE 9-2156 On Furniture and AppliancesNew
created special interest in this manufacturing ,industries. Estimated Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs I and Used
BOTTLE GASHARRIS
year's; event comparable figures for I Bunnell ID 7-7119 1100 Flomich Ave.-Holly Hill
1959 are 82 cents an hour for BOTTLE GAS ,
The State Soil Conservation I farmers and $2.23 for industrial I Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION BOTTLE or BULK FLOOR COVERING
Board and the Florida II f

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Assocla"l i workers. FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY
tion of Soil Tilecraft
1, Approximately per cent of HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY Company"LET
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;. tract Supervisors are sponsoring,. farmers' Income in 1958 and I GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen PHONE ID 7-3551- US FLOOR YOU"\

the event 1959 came from work off the 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days Help Flagler County Grow Armstrong & Kentile

Emphasizing' the importance I farm. State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 By'Shopping at HomeBUILDING Sold and InstalledAll

of soil ;and water conservation, I Many city consumers blame Work Guaranteed

the Governor says the preserva. I price. supports I for high food Colonial Service Station SUPPLIES Ormond Beach OR 7.3181

, ; tion of Florida's soil, water and I prices. The Grange says that EARL E. RICE ProprietorOAS.OILLUBRICATION WICKLINE GARDEN SHOP

:\ forests .. is indlspenslble to I this isn't so, and offers figures Building Supplies
f.. the: health and prosperity of :to support the claim.In MOTOR TUNE-UP Gra r's Garden Center

its people. All commercial, pro .: 1958, when price supportswere GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS Headquarter, for Gardening Need

fessional, industrial and agri- an average of 20 per cent U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELJ STEEL CeramIcs- .Gifts Materials Dry Arrangement

cultural enterprises, as well as betowT L951, farmers received : 'Flagler' j eachHE, 9-2254 Annuals', r Shrubbery Fertilizer
> labor, have a vital stake in the $20.8 billion -producing 15 GET YOUR GO-BOY TOBO LAWJt>MOWERS *"
Lost and make Carts with McCullock, 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR f-051
; preservation of these r resources. per cent more food, that
West 'Bend CLEANERS ORMOND
fa L.M. Hollingsworth, executive consumers $57,7: Million. Thus, or Clinton Engines.

t': secretary of the State. Soil Con.. I consumers paid $11.33 billion Tires and Cart accessories at BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY GIFT SHOP
CORBETTS SUNOCO
}- servation Board, reports that 41 more for 15 'per cent more food, SERVICE CLEANING

soil conservation districts participated "I while farmers received only STATION SERVICE Fresh Orange Juice
Bunnell Tel. ID 7-7123
in last year's observ $600 million more. '
t Open Dally S to 6
; ance. Most of the added food cost Hall's Atlantic StationJack CLOSED THURSDAY NOON THE AUTRYS
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I Hall, Proprietor Phone ID 7-3188 SOUVENIRS & GIFTS ,
115 N. Bay St. Bunnell
GASOIL&LUBRICATIONTiresBatterlesAccessorles AlA at 4th St. FLAGLER BEACH

r. CLASSIFIED : CONCRETE PRODUCTS -
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HARDWARE
'. : ROAD SERVICE
t. BUNNELL TeL ID 7.3652 Your "Q" For ConcreteDial Bunnell Farmers Supply. Co.
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ADS JOHN DEERE
: J. L. Presswood Garage CL 3-8113 Agricultural Industrial Equipment

[ STANDARD PRODUCTS STEEL
DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's Bars Shapes Hot & Cold
Rolled
r LbU.p under this heading are 2 cents per word each Insertion. General Repairing-Road Service
: BO rents is minimum eharg.. Tires Tube. A Aeeeaaorlea Black Galvanized' Pipe & Fittings
Visit Our Grocery DepartmentFor Concrete, Inc. LAWN MOWER REPAIRS
t FOR SALE-3 bedroom, 2 bath RABBITS for sole-California Frozen Foods and Staples DEEN RD. Phone I* 73143

.. on large' corner lots. May be pedigreed rabbits breeders with Cubed Ice
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HE 9.2139 FLAGLER BEACH
DRUG THAT FAMOUS
STORES PAINT
'seen 4 to 9 on weekdays, all day self cleaning hutch, and does '

t" Saturday and, Sunday. Phone with litters.: Contact .A.C. Rod ...Sullivan's Gulf Service Exclusively at'

ID 73309. 5-19-ltp gers, Phone ID -3711-nlghts GULF Anderson Drug Store .

ID 73366. 5-12-4tp OA80ILSLUBRICATIONTIRE8TUBESACCESSORIES Prescriptions eMJ1. FLAGLER BEACH

FOR SALE-4 room house on Sick Room Supplies HARDWAREFlagler
ARRIVED I 11
JUST Beach Information '
'
-'" : Deen Road furnished or unv "Specializing in Service and ). Sundries
New Melodigrand Spinet Pianos Beach HE 9-2103 ,
' Clean Rest Rooms"
furnished. Box 7, Rt Bunnell.
.. $445.00, Easy Terms. Thompson In The Heart of Flaglr Beach BUNNELL '
May ;19-26-2tp : Village Hardware Center i
i :.; Music Co. 135 V usia Ave., Daytona '

V': WANTED-Water storage tank.open' Beach. CL 28215. .AUTO REPAIRS Moody's PharmacyFlagler Match HOUSE and mix PAINTS any colorBuilder's

closed with 800 April 7-tf County's Corner Drug Store
:'. or top to Shield Service Station Supplies KItChenware
2000"'gaL capacity. Phone HE '9- PRESCRIPTIONSDRUGSSUNDRIES
FOR GIFTS GREETING CARDS '
NEW HOME' SALE or rent -
t: '. Arcadius Habel. Mechanic
1 t,. .'.T 2043. 5-19-2tp 2 bedroom, 6 room house with COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS I A1A Ormond Beach CL 2.0420
: FOUNTAIN SERVICE
: central heating ;and air con- Right Now "We'll Overhaul and I
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AVON Reoresentatives are earn.e Mower __elL Flo. Phone ID 7-9661 JEWELER
Complete kitchen. Repair Your Power
, fag in part time what others earn ditioning.
i'f', in fun time. We will show No Job Too Big Or Too Small I' '
: you Capitol Motel, Korona: Fla. ORMOND PRESCRIPTION O. F. BEACH
r.- ; r'.'"" how. For interview in your home' 111 No. Bay SU Bunnell
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;:' write Manager box 246, Lockhart. ID 73649. April -tf PHARMACY Jeweler
EDGAR'S GARAGE Elgin Watches-Diamonds,
',& Sick Room Supplies-Sundries
,. : FOR SALE-3 lots 150x115 in FOR SALE-Three ideal lots on 24-Hour Towing Service Exceptional Gifts .
North Moore St. close to school, 24-Hour Prescripiioa ServiceFree
l city' limits, all fenced. Watch
BEPAIBS Repairs-Engraving
COMPLETE AUTO Delivery in Flagler Beach
$300.00.1 paved street In town needs no
Adam Pallvoda Rt. 1 .
Automatic Transmission Service Rt. AlA 1 mL North of W. Granada Ormond Beach
: Bunnell. filling. Ready to build on. Coy Wheel Balancing-Front End ORMOND BEACH-TeL OR 7-1651 OR 7-238
_''10- G.'Harris. 1-21-tf Alignment
': ;" is<,-- FOR BEJIT..rumished 1 bed. : 340 Granite 'Ornwnd-OR 7-0683 Thompson Pharmacy JlA IoTELEVISIOHPAulfs
'Y: "j WANTED: --175 New Gas Customers .
h r o'amt Just renovated, immediately. HA ISBCrnU xUTOMATIC.TRAWSMlSM06T. Your. Co Health Is Wealth RADIO & TV
$30.00per:month ID 7.3304 Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS Atezkncc Sales & Installations
". L,5-5.tf : GAS COMPANY, Phone HOLLY> HILLHYDROMATIC
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. m"7355f BunnelL l..21tfJoHNSTON'S" Authorized Sales RCA VictorWe
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SERVICE In Our Hands
,, :';: "TOWI 'BBsrYur repair all ether TV A RadU ads
Ormead PreaerlpH Sfeop
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,' Morning worship May 22, sermon -. Mr. and Mrs. B. T.'Hord of :DOATS ACCESSORIES :REPAIRS.
; <' d' theme, 'The Curse: of' Crescent City are spending this I Dockage Storage -:Free. Ramp
!Y... LUNA BABBITT Meroz." month, In their beach home here. I WE FINANCE I
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"",.GARDEN CLUB .aINSTALLS ._' I I[ion I"church Wednesday, b3.sementw1thal. evening';: ;Ithe:members .. will. On be Saturday a church,,picnic June to 4,.which'there,I I : I:

: OFFICERS, present. Special "guestS''pnI
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I church are invited. Time ;nd r NEW CRANK GRINDING SERVICE.
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the Flagler Beath Garden Club, I place will.be announced later. t
last Thursday had an attendance Mrs. Kargaret Aaron, \Irs. Special Introductory Offer a5 r

', of 21 members and guests I Ruth Danner, Mrs Elizabeth COMMUNITY MEMORIAL Telephone us COLLECT for Information V :,
.: ''The installing officer was Mrs. :I Johns, and Stanley Springer ac CHURCH Tel. VALLEY 9.2376 :* J.

.;Jane'Routzahn of Ormond Beach 'companied the Junior and Intermediate Rev. R. W. Dickertr pastor,ofthe '
who is the district six director j i GA's oh a picnic Saturday -I Community Memorial Perry Brothers Machine Works ;'
:of the State Federation of Garden I to Neoga Lake. They spent Church will. preach at the 11
Clubs. the day there enjoying games- I A.M. worship Service next Sun. I 44 S. Whitney SL -24'-Hour Service-St. Augustine,*'Florida j jI
The officers installed were and swimming j day morning on 'Three-Fold I I (;

Mrs.dent;William Mrs. Sara Butiiex Martel,for first presi-vice School The has Daily been set Vacation for the Bible two- J I Charge There For will Believers.be a bake" sale on I .J'.J'J'.:'............ .--.l'.tl'.....:'...:'.:'......"../'.-...:'....",................._...'V' ifj';

president; Mrs. E., M. Spivey, !week period between June,6 and Saturday morning at 9 beside V FOR ALL HOI RS-DAY OR NIGH 'i
second vice president; Mrs. ,17. lIargaret Aaron is organizing the Flagler Beach Postoffice and

*Frank Brede, recording secre- the groups that are given by the, Woman's. Guild of AMBULANCE '
treas.urer teaching ,the different depart the church.
; I ments. A meeting was held on PHONE VAlley 4-1625,,
responding, secretary. Sunday and'volunteers" were requested Miss Catherine Porte of ,Jack- ., SERVICE. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDANever '
J The luncheon table was deco- to be present. sonville, spent the 'weekend'here ,
rated with yellow snap dragons, with her parents, Mr. and:;Mrs. be hesitant about calling a Garda Ambulance.- ,, We
mums and daisies. Favors were Mrs. Clarence Duncan returned Max Porte. are always'at your service with promptness '- fty: 'andexperience
miniature baskets ,of yellow to her home here Sunday .
f daisies and purple verbena, carrying -, from an extended visit with her Mr. and Mrs. Ned Seville from H V
out the club colors., Easter daughter in Nashville, Tenn. Gainesville, accompanied by her Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator \ _
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lilies decorated the room. Wom- sister, Miss Carrie Deen, were
an's Club members who made Mr. and Mrs. George' Miles weekend visitors here. Garcia Funeral Home
the necessary arrangements for attended the Pharmaceutical '
,' Moody P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
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the Juncheon were Mrs. George Convention In Tampa this i I Mrs. Clarice Babbitt and chil- r
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and cook until .it is 'well disc % teaspoon 'Salt. I I'n 1959 exceeded the' year ,be. tons. I

solved. 1 cup chopped raisins I I -- --
TheSe Kecipes .34 teaspoon cloves J I .

i:f. :(Florida State, ,News' Bureau: ) :cups.of In. a the smaller fruit pan and, cook put last four '3 4, teaspoons& '% Cfiour:, baking powder, 1 I INSIK-Stiy Insured .& Rest Assured:;
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'r ; of Florida's 14 billion bees is thick Jelly. Now add 1 cup of I Mix dry ingredients 'together. :. GET THE BEST FROM' : .
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vivacious, snow: 1red Use some cover I .
a woman strained honey? ,and cook slowly '.. '
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recipes 'in a 30-foot'-trailer in .Ft from fire apd let it cool a lit- to honey, then eggs. Mix alto.gether H. T. COOK AGENCY :
and from ofsPOOl1
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.\her smal* .mobile' ,home sterlized jars' and, sealing. I about two onto Inches'greased apart.cookie Bake sheet in Citizens link Bldg. Bunnell, Florida '_
nestled in a garden of. geranium '
The leftover: mix' may be I moderate oven ,about 375 de. -
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A and croton the banks of "
stored in the'refrigerator in gr es. (Chopped nuts or"chocOlate .
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glass jars or,cooked in the same I bits make good substitutesfor ,
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proportions and describ t the rasins..)
manner *
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ed above. The trick, however, HONEY HINTS: Nature's only. : 4
: f rus sand: an endless" variety ofhOneyIcakes : Lawn Mower
Is 'to cook the marmalade in Repair
and cookies.all a I ready to eat sweet gives a distinctive :
P small'amounts for best results. flavor to fresh fruits, as
; little different from, 'any you've ;
tasted. well as most cooked foods. It f
h ; ever. HONEY-OBANGE Btrn'ERqu
"It's ,honey that makes 'the 1 rt of oranges., unpeeledand should be w.&U covered to pre We Have The Proper Testing Equipment. : '
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difference," Mrs.. Winton. be cut into chunks serve its quality and stored at

lieves.Mrs. Vinton's' honey hits have I ,1 4 pounds large lemon white, quartered sugar room Honey temperature.helps to hold the moisture -I ,,You Do Not Have To Pay For .Any Parts I I Ii ,

cakes and cookies
won the acclaim not only of her : ,3 cups rhoney 1 cup for each in and.
'c friends' and neighbors but,of the :' .. cups of fruit mix baked breads for days. When,I i Other Than Those Needed.

state beekeepers' association as changing a recipe, substitute

; well.' t I f METHOD (Old fashioned but half the sugar with an equal I r ,
: delicious) amount of honey, unless a great '
Having neigther the time, I .- '
amount of crispness is desired, Johnson & Evinrude ,
space nor the inclination to : Wash about 8 or 10 oranges ,' ,
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make. 'an elaborate :productionout (depending on the size) in soda in which case the amount of.
of cooking or canning,.-this water with a brush,' rinse twice honey should be reduced.. '
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Service
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; ': discovered numerous,shorcuts ,to I ,Cut off peel and slice into '
El Teniente in Chile is the
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; culinary success I thin slivers one-eighth inch ,
-ir.:, ". Instead'of.. spending hours; ov thick. Remove seeds and 'cut world's largest underground cop !

{,: era, hot stove-or cluttering her I pulp into small ,chunks. per; mine Some 212 miles of Johnny's Body & Paint Shop
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burrow
k: small, six foot square ,kitchen I I Place in a large bowl, cover tunnels '
, ,c,_" with a lot of unnecessary:.folde- i with 1, quart of 'water and let an ancient volcano' to reach the RAILROAD ST. BUNNELL I
J ore. The mountain has ,yielded, .
: ,- rol-Mrs. Vinton lops off loads stand overnightNext ." I
:.j:.{" of time with,' a pressure cooker day, bring mixture to 10,000,000,000 pounds of copper. I

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colors in the' marmalades and I Put fruit through ricer or cot,. .
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i. butters, she makes up small r lander and add 4'pounds of sugar "" ,
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batches ,of fruit mix at ,the time and heat until"sugar:,is dis' : > DOYLE --

7... and refrigerates it, then cooks I I solved.. ? -Y; .

:1 it in 'small amounts. I: At 'this point, you may store };

rr She always adds the honeyat ? I i mixture in refrigerator until ..- CONNER. .#; I

the last to preserve its ex. i you are ready to Cook it or cook *' i > ; :, I

cellent natural flavor. : a portion of It .Sand .store the .'\"' ,'" -
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charity,, or friends"over quart container;putting only 4 ,
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many parts :of the country cups of 'the fruit; mix atiime.; 11-- r : : >

:: ; where she has lived or. traveled.And Cook it fast, 'stirring. -constantly ;;,: ): ., '. :" ; :; /. tr+, :
this neighbor's home until it will hardly drop froma 1-t. ;
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t. crammed good things in Then add 1 of A. ; '
is .with, spoon. cup """c '
} ,' return, such .as: strawberries honey and' cook slowly' Uo pre COMMITTEE : :' ;: .7 t"_, : : '- : l::1't.

in 'the Texas ,sun, or the flavor) until its very .. ." .
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which she says- are absolutely' 'roll, on ic% cream hot .buttered H. T. coOK:, You:gave DOYLE CON ER<:the highest percentage 1 j

delicious, if I do say so myself. I biscuits or toast. H. COWART ,. age ,of vote on May 3 in any}County the State. t
; HoNEY-CITRUS'MARMALADEI ,METHOD n {A quickie,:recommended : of .' ': It
was 925 for CONNER to'99'for Hancock. Nearly ,
.large ,grapefruit by Mrs. Vinton) '.CHARLES E. .
,' 'REAL' 10 to 1!! DOYLE CONNER has sent his !
,2 oranges Same as Method .I except ,that : personal
'1' lemon I both peels and' pulp are" pulverized I CURTIS DEE ., ", congratulations and thanks. {

r 1 quart' water in an .electric. blender, 1% i 'ROS'DEEN :' ', .
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3 cuP >honey-one for every chopped and'torced: througha W. W. DEEN / '
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four cups of fruit mix ricer; and instead of cooking L

Wash''the.fruit' in soda water' fruit in heavy pot"for 15 minutes, THOS. DUNCAN ..once again for your consideration : '. l.-

,. ,; and rinse twice. Cut the peel is brought 'to 10. pounds of pres M. .B. FULLER ,. = ..* ,* I
\ into thin '.slices, about one sure in a pressure cooker and >;.;J.: 1. State and National President of r Future ,

eighth:of>**...Inch:thick. Cut theY 1.removed, frail 4'the' 'heat MRS.. M. B. FULLER,'}-,: ,1. ,% "Farmers of America. ",

pulp' 'intolarge. :pieces.' :Put in HOWEY JfSHMTTS' CYMAN GAGE >:".1:,. ; : .,: '.

"p, a large bowl with water and I :1 & 1% cups: strained honey -. { ,,.2.' State Director of Cattlemen's" Association. I
let stand overnight 1/3 cup melted shortening MRS. RAYMOND MARTELGEORGE J -. .... ,
Next day 'cook':until the peel I '2" eggs : '
MOODY f f. ?3&Elected j
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", VOTE TO ELECT' R. L McNABx .- r at age 26. .
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LOUIS STEFLKRAYMON ,. <; ; I
Successful farmer
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fIL 'Ji.mriay"MlLUJ3.Af.f. GEORGE.WICKLINE' .., *< .: -:'....,: t
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I .''. :.r and with your continued vote and support we"mileSeCBOYLE t tI
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c- TRIBUNE; .- t = .'. .Thursday, May:191960.

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FOUTWITIl SPOTS :I be .needed. If the; stain Is still .stantly.: -- violent outburst against the

.: i I visible, rub liquid detergent into And they spy too. There are I United States. ',' .'
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* : to date information for the stained urea,' then rinse
- ;- Up- .i Russian spies in the jails. of the It is wetter to know and keep
\; homemakers on .how to remove thoroughly On ni wash bles, I United. States,' Canada, and in
on
I knowing by means
possible
stains from:fabrics Is provided a final rinse with. alcohol helps other parts of the free world. any
and be prepared for massive
, ::: in\a new U.S. Department otA to remove the detergent and to I We have no choice but to make i I
retaliation than -to not
'.- -. Agriculture bulletin rPrepared dry the fabric more rapidly Because It every effort to know what they wake tomorrow.,

".' by textile chemists. .the de almohol affects some dyes, II are doing, since they will not up
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"c'-_: partment's agricultural ,research I test lit, on an inconspicuous part I agree to open sky inspectionand
service, "Removing Stains 'from of the garment before using. I disarmament
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:- Fabrics" (HG-62)_ describes row Dilute almohol with two parts One tiling that the incident "
r take otlxjth' of ,water for ,use.won acetate
\. to spots'out new : points up very clearly is the I e e
and traditional fabrics.,, fabrics.
: I need for better liaison betweenthe

r,j-, Success in, stain removal' deV } For, combination stains ([from C.I.A. and the State De I e '

, .4'; gilds on. fast action.as.-welt asi I Ice, cream,,-chocolate, gravy, coffee 1 A.s. (Syd) Herlong partment. The early denials and : :
.: proper method. Quick action with cream and so on),' Congressmcm Fifth District II I confusion in the State Department r
x with soak in cool water made the United States
-: preventsstains: from setting into sponge or The United States owes a !
' v. the'fabric Prompt action also [ first., Next, rub, detergent great debt of gratitude to a I look bad in the eyes of..the
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reduces the: chance of accident. Into the stain and rinse well small of 1 I world. And the explanations
I group Congressmenwho
ally setting the stain with :the with'water. If a greasy spot remains a few years ago insisted :which. have followed have not

'. t-e'.. heat of hot-water. washing or sponge with a grease J that, this country.. should never I I I entirely erased' that impression.
*, Ironing;. solvent The treatment is the again be caught napping as it'l: In my view, it is most heartening

-./ The bulletin lists specific dl- same for washable and non- was when the Chinese COmmunIsts ;I that for four years we

'/ rections ,:for removing 75 different washable fabrics. came pouring into Korea to ': have been looking. into' Russia
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<,< 2.:' types of stains ,as well as r Bleaching is' recommendedonly wreak havoc among our forces. ; from high in the sky and getting .

'-: a general guide to dealing withy as 'a final step In gettingrid When the news first came of i the picture of Russia's ac

three general categories of common of the traces of' discoloration. the capture of an American spy I tivities. Learning from the pilot -

| .". stains; greasy, nongreasy, Directions are given for I far inside Russian borders, I received *. that this had been going on
k': *-. and stains. that are a combina- I I l using four kinds of bleaches- a lot of letters exPressIng apparently was what made

j; ;; tion. of the two. chlorine bleaches, .sodium per a first .impression of shock, i Krushchev blow his top in an

'v !:;.S Greasy stains (from butter'I I borate, hydrogen peroxide, and surprise, and fear that we were ger. ,
v'f: :: margarine, car grease ,for example color removers. The bulletin' engaging in such activities.'One 'I Kruhschev .has long boasted :tea

a. .''- ) on washable articles can warns' that chlorine bleaches man, though, wrote that he f that he would stop our planes Best Qualified by Far

fV, sometimes be removed by normally are damaging to silk and wool I I thought it too early to appraise I I.at the Russian border. This sudden -

, laundering the fabrics. and cause yellowing in fabrics I the situation and asked my ap :. realization that he could I VOTE WAY 24

: : Usually-, ,however, it is necesj treated with some' types of praisal, based on the facts 'I not do so is the occasion for his

;-s.*.' sary to' use one or:both 'of".thefollowing' wash-wear finishes; available. In the light of whatwe ....
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:.vV ,treatments: (1)) Work Single copies "Removing now know, I think we can -

/v<. liquid detergent thoroughly into Stains from FabrIcs" (HG-62) be mighty thankful that these If -

-:<:.) the stain, then rinse In hot wa- are free on ret1uest.fro mthe Office few members of Congress had ELECT :

;: .Jer;,(2) Gspongeitha" .dry .cleaning -. ,of InfprmationvU.S..:Department the judgment to order the C. I.'A.. .
t:: ', grease solvent. On non. of: Agriculture, Washington to keep close watch on Russia ... LYMAN L. GAGE

t? .'. washable articles, the stain is I 25, D, C. and 'provided the funds to do

: sponged with a small amount i ir i .< it. Chairman Clarence Cannonof COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. 5
:-:', of grease solvent. Directions are I, POODLE IS Tr..e ARISTOCRAT
: the House
t.1; given in the bulletin for, use of j I The Poodle is an aristocrat Committee... in addressing Appropriations? the PROGRESSIVE ENERGETIC;;,.<

r\( % solvents to avoid f01'111lng.rln among dogs. But in truth his House list week referred to the ACTIVE
J IN CIVIC AND COUNTY AFFAIRSAs
:',. caution nothingbut ,
<:\ on the fabric. Extreme ancestors probably were
Disastrous attack of the Chinese I
",;f is advised In using all grease I, .rough.an l-tumb e wat rdogs' Communists: and said: County Commissioner I pledge my sincere .
.; solvents because crashed.high society.
; theyare poisonous tha ; "For :the two three efforts in work the
'past or continuing to for .
:> :' and can cause illness .iffc. Even his,French ancestry Is sus.
Y.?'r ,swallowed or if vapors are injp"f pest: he i became:' known as the years.I representatives have ,asked'the'How could C.I.A.the betterment of the entire County:.

haled. French Poodle because ladles I
of
i- ,....'- Other directions: For non liked to get their dogs as well' such enemy'size mobilize and accumulate an army hun- Pol. A"<}v. Pr. By Lyman I* Gage .' .. .. ,-

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:;- greasy such I as ..fjrom. dreds ot: .tOns of supplies and .
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black coffee milk and
;' catsup i I' > munitions and 'transport ,facilities ,
(l, ,;. chili sauce), sponge with or soak j I I You are what you think you necessary for its move- gleet JOHN. .M.

: :. : In cool water. A. long soak. may' are' ment without our learning that

li.' 1". .. such an attack was In prospect- Y. SPOTTSWOODFLORIDA'S -
: I "And each year we (on the

: j Tt My Mtiy Frieids if Flaglcr' CiHity. House Appropriations Committee DEMOCRATIC
. .,. ). I ) have admonished the C.I.A.

;,: '. Thanks: for your vote of confidence in the May 3 that it must meet future situ 4 NATIONAL COMMITTEEMANSecond
f : ations of this character with effective
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', We told them
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Primary, May 24, 7960 ,
ON MAY 24th .VOTE AGAIN FOR I that this must not happen
';; :: j again and it is up to you ,to

'; :. ', OTIS S. HUNTERCO. see that it does not happen ';i/e ';itcU tie s46ittty to < et ?7&ttA Dane
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/ r : again; that the American forces Paid Political Advertisement

: ., 1. .." COMMISSIONER DIST. No. 5 must be apprised of any future --
-,. > ,' attack in time'
:: :; preparation for
E- -..: I 'am experienced in municipal government having to meet it.' And the plan they .
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;;; served several years as City Commissioner of were following when this planewas -
it,: -: Bunnell. .- taken is their answer to THANKVoters
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:d- L lam experienced in the functions of.the County, "And I. want to complimentand ,

-,. haying' been employed in every phase of .Road, thank Director Allen W. -- -

.:" Bridge,' Construction' maintenance.. Dulles and his remarkable corps
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,, \ : '. .1 I have owned and operated many kinds of drainage for the admirable way in which ; :;....; of Florida ,

kr:" ::; machinery and I know the necessity of good they have met the situation"

r.- ; ,, ., drainage in thiS County. through these later years.
In view ,of this and other Information -,
To the more than 400,000citizens whose
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:; and operated- a aucceaaEul? now available, my
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,/ ',:, I ,; I am a family man. I have a wife and two* (2) considered appraisal of fortunatein the situation o<:,::;yote- < carried me. to a first primary victory'for' ..-
! .'t". iIdreB'r. is that we are "
.< ,-'... --:, ; '.. : having men of foresight and ,' ,
::_ i I am, a _native of Flagler ,County Veteran of determination to save this country : "the office' of. State' Treasurer..:.wi h"to! express ,1
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,'" '", ;, 1 World War II, Charter member of V.F.W. Post from annihilation by ruth- .:; : i-: -wr\' .

.(", .:, ). No., ,5213., less enemies. I believe we :_:my profound and heartfelt thanks. :
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:7' :- L s I fought for your right to .vote and .I, earnestly. 24 hours a day. As Chair: < 4, "?: 1:' : : -'; i},' .

'',c =, ask you to come out and vote on 'May 24th. open man Cannon said, "We cannot "' ',:'I' .appreciate your approval' t A of my 'record' f. ,
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:;:=._ ''- : T Ho and_will i continue to' appreciate your vote take the risk,of carnage,and national : -'and. Jhe: type of.campaign.J': conducted.. 'r- :\

".t: .' '.I.' i ,. and support.. devestation which might '< i '; -- J. -, > -/
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rJ. involve every major Americancity. : .
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;> t. ,&:dv,1Pd. By Otis HUnter We cannot : you .'
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the Russian ..

: ,. :..' : ;: }\ CRAIG l FUNERAL HOME cooperate The Russians in our have efforts Refused to establish to : and integrity UMIt.have'marked,the a'd-,


:; : t .' 'j permanent peace. IB- 5 of" J.. .Edwmi Larson for
':i<...' '. .....'. *' A.'. B. CRAIG, Fwerat Dk__ 8 stead, they; rattle the saber ,and J .atratiea ;

<; i '\.it .., 10NtEA1 t.Aa ld lia. threaten us and our allies cea" '4.:: ..r:_,; ", .- ,:':-p.- .
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l ,; -- .Thursday, May 19, 1960,' THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
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Mrs. Thomas.Diamond Is visiting 't 1000, up 11: per cent from<-1958,1 j I staurolite, petroleum, natural
I In Ft. Pierce with relativesfor I Last year's figures include phosphate -''gas I peat, cement, lime and .dimension -
several days. sales of $68,463,000; lime !! stone. '
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in Florida in 1959 at $159,378 I It
,Mr. and Mrs.. Robert Moody, stone at $38,000,000; titanium t Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune
LOCAL .III, and children have arrivedfor concentrates ,,$7,076,000; clays $2.50 A Year In Advance

+ a visit with Mr. and Mrs. $6,865,000 and sand and gravel .l'tl\- .. .. .... ...... .. .,

f'stationed Bobby Moody.in the: They Canal have Zone_ been for : 4685000. FRED)"A.: FRUITSJEWELER '.

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, KNIGHTS, ARE HOSTS, PATRICIA ANN PEAVY the past three, years. Worth together over $34 million
, '"> j 'Mr, and Mrs. H. V. Peavy an- I ; but not reported separately, :! nI.I.
r ".-: 'TO DINNER PARTY. I nounce the arrival of a daughter I A.M. McDanfelf j W.C. Sullivan were zirconium concentrates, .DIAMONDS. '-WATCHES
' c FRIDAY EVENING' 'fr born at the Halifax HospitalI i and Henry Collins were in Jack magnesia from sea water (a I REPAIRINGFOR
> + "* ; I I in Daytona Beach on 'May 3. ,sonville Tuesday evening attending new Florida product), monazite, .......",...................."......-J\1'N
; Mr. and :Mrs. Walter Knight i j She has been given the name I a, meeting of Standard
,I'' were hosts at a dinner:" party !I of .Patricia Ann. Oil dealers. I
t: Friday evening at'Tommy's Supper -:j i FOR COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE, .
Club in Daytona Beach. !J
i Their guests were Mr. and Mrs.'I MARILYN KATE MERCERMr. of CONNER :
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Production Doyle
; Wallace Joiner of Tampa; Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Mercer; ,
.. \0' and ,Mrs. Durrance announce the arrival of a
: Tommy; and
:,-;"..- Mr.- and. Mrs. M. B. > Fuller of. I I daughter who was born in the Minerals". In State AS A IO-YEAR VETERAN; : STATE: LEGISLATOR t
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f..oIo Halifax Hospital Daytona
: Bunnell. "l i INTRODUCED and helped pass the bill to ".
: 'I I Beach on May 17. She has been reorganize the Department of Agriculture.
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.. ., The occasion was' 'in' celebration :I named. Marilyn; Kaye. I Shows Big Value
INTRODUCED and helped pass the bill
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). of Mrs. Fuller's. birthday !, that Increased teachers salaries a
i I.,.,,' anniversary. I{I I I i Guests, at the L.L. Brannam ,{i During the past five years, I
'. II ENDORSED
H. .._ I I l I home Sunday were Mrs.' Bran- I Florida mines have produced BY 320,000
:;'r. > Mr. and Mrs. Louis 5 Trad have J1 j t n'am's sister, ,Mrs:? J. C. Cox of I minerals worth a total of $691- FLORIDA.VOTERS. ON MAY 3
L?-.'" as ,their house .guests their'(,I.Savannah Ga., and also her 403,000, the Florida State Cham-
,. v daughter in law, ..,Mrs. Peter mother, Mrs. J. ,S. Groover of ber of Commerce reports.
*':.;'- : Trad,' and .four sons,..of. Phoenix ,, Ormond Beach. This value was at the mine
L t Arizona. level, prior to processing or *4
. -. i t / i'I Miss Sandra Deen of Miami shipment, and came from some PROVEN PERFORMANCE
:, ) 55 visited here 150 plants throughout the state.
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:; Spending a short weekend weekend with her parents,/ Mr. About 7,000 persons are employ.
ii:.> ". visit in Flagler Beach'were Mr. (I r and Mrs. Robert Deen. I ed directly by these minerals
;:;; : and Mrs. W. H. Thompson of companies. I
4n}': 7- ,Mills S, ]+I limestone is
' Fort C. The Thompsons :f Holis Derry left Sunday to More produced in
. 'are building a home ,in Palm' spend the summer with rela- Florida than any other mineral
'.: >: Island subdivision while is the most
: and plan to I]I fives in Wadsworth, Illinois. He phosphate
:4-: move to Flagler Beach to reside important dollar-wise. These'
]j I was accompanied there by Hu-
ty'\ in the near future. two minerals plus sand, gravel
bert and Mrs. Laura Frier who
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- and clays, mined during the
! :. -::., ,'Mr. and Mrs. J. E. (Pete) Bar- i will j I I there.spend .about. two weeks five-year interval accounted for Deg [EOONNERCOMMISSIONER

ber of Miami. spent the past ],, the major portion of productionIn
I I the state 199,619,000 tons
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!:: weekend, here with his parents, Guests of Mr. and, Mrs. Walter
;'':; Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Barber. I I Knight during the past weekend worth $531,897,000.
__ were Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Preliminary reports place the OF AGRICULTURE
;t -. Mrs. ,Andrew JZalewski has returned I Joiner and, family of Tampa.Mr. value of" all mineral. production N. ,.,. Atfv
t-': ':::- to her' home 'here, after I Joiner is Mrs. Knlgt'ts half- -... -S S
itspending a short vacation in brother. e
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, .I; Erin, Tenn. visiting with her ]i I ,
r/. son in law and daughter, Mr. Mr, and Mrs. Walter Knight ,;'; ;

-r'(f:'.- .. and Mrs. Harry Bledrzycki and were business visitors in Jack'.. .,
<_ .. their daughter, Marcla. sonville IVionday:* 1"-' S UThis :..
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RIBS.:"-, '\. 1tJ 3ge,-. '. home where there are more things to see Play ftf Howft, -', .

,Pork'IoiflEndaS- and do for less See Florida's fabulous' I. slakes ..
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ROAST OR CHOPS 39Seeaigoe miles of citrus groves, acres of cattle :: '..,:. :. j.
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ranches and lazy; stretches of invitingly.. .
'''Sliced;; .' .. ,': beautiful beaches on the Gulf,and the Atlan i. PASSPORT tells you 7. .../i ,:: ?:toI' .;
RA BACONFRESH .
1L.4ge tic Visit picturesque Augustine: Edison's places to go and things v :"!' ". 'f:"

4 CUT.:, FRYER pARtS SALE I' ... .,. home at Ft. Myers, Cape Canaveral an : to do to make your Floridaendless .- :: :it

LEGS OR ''(THIGHS :IL 49e S ''.' < .',;, panorama of interesting: exciting, ; summer vacation an .-."'-*"-' :

1 romantic Florida vacation spots. Make this i unforgettableevent.! ,
VT BREAST Get yours-- /; "
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4 PAGB. IGHT .. .. THE ELAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL FLORIDA
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CIRCUIT COURT' OF IN THE THE COUNTY Second : = :t
IN THE I COURT OF addition to Ar- ?. .
;L,:,,I''.;,. --.FLAGLBR COUNTY. FLORIDA., JUDGE OF FLAGLER COUNTY te ;. Park part of ;:$;-'S-N s :' :<; :,
k'.' IN CHANCERY NO. 4O12 FOR FLORIDAIN lot 2, book 52 page : =:,> 3'
,' ":-c-<-;. LEO BRANCA :- THE MATTER OF THE 490 ___ .. Padgett Di : 2.80

'.:{.",,,.; ', Plaintiff I OF STELLA SYGIT Part of Govt lot 8 ,,' -" d.=. _
z; '.... vs SHELL FILL. .& SAND 113W'E! book 55. page 292 35 11 31 0.14 Vermllyne. ce '. 0 1.54 _
BRANCX Part
{ rOAN of 1- '
; '; Govt lot ;" "
, Defendant. I I NOTICE OF FILING PETITION book 47, page 374 36 11 ,31 0.28 Hall A. Gk:fi 1'" 2.44
. FOR FINAL DISCHARGEOP North of ; :::
NOTICE TO DEPEND DIRT CONTRACTS 475.5 feet '.
- THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: EXECUTORNotice South 1109.5 feet of. *' 'rf .
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that
.Joan ;Branca la hereby given administrator lot 2 except book 34 ,"- :.i.:.: ,',_','r;,
have filed -
CALL my final returns as '
35-51 Gaul Street page 150 & book 36 'F; 'j'. "
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ,of the estate of Stella pages 255 & 320() and .x, __
You are hereby notified that a Sygit. deceased: that I have filed book 37 pages 67-122 ..:"t4. ..
suit has been filed: against you in my petition for distribution and "& book 4S page 12': 36 11. 31 5.42 Smith R, : .ffcrleen! 8.79
that
and
for flnat on
the above entitled cause. ; ,and you :MIL MISSINNE. discharge Part of Govt lot 2, : c't'=.- :.
? are hereby required to ftle your an* June 6th. ArD. 1960 I will apply 45 12 36 11 31 2.39 .*
LoboOk page Jenkins J. C. & Mary 3.0S
I aver with the Clerk of this Court, Phone HE 9-2094 to the Honorable Duane Deen, block 6, Cochran ""..!"< ,.'

. and to serve a copy thereof upon County Judge of Flagler CountyFlorida PPlace Sub __ .. .. .-.. Johns Theo & Helen 5.01
; .::- the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, for approval of said final 11 book 54, 5.;. ', r

whose name and address Is; FLAGLER BEACH returns and for an order of distribution page 295 __ ......._..... 1 12 31 0.28 Allen, A. H; & Alice ? 1.38 ,
final discharge
W.., Cecil Grant and for Lots 4-5. Midway Park
407% Main Street as Administrator of the estate of Sub McDaniel Lucuise & "
.:. .:Daytona Beach' Florida __-,_'_,__ __ Stella Sygit. deceased.. Donnie sLot 15.09 -;
not later than June 10th, A.D. 1960. This 9th day of May A. D. 1960.' 3 block 5, WhisperIng 0,'- :--

,.,' ; If'you, fail to do :aojIleereerc' Subscribe. ... _to The Flagler TribuneA JOHN HARDIN SubL ,.,-?- ., '.. Edwards"RoK'en.R; ; 1.59
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,_ : ;- confesso wilt be entered :against .J2.50. Year In Advance A dm Z4tcNOTICE Part S!% of Tr 4, book r
-' you for the relief demanded 'la the May 5-12-19-26 & June 36 page 165 11 12 31 0.15 Dawley John W.41.80

bill of complaint. The nature ,.of.aaid''suit MOODY SUB : j>. '
being for' divorce. Lots 1-2-3 & the N 38
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WITNESS my hand and seal of feet of the W 44 feet -
.said Court this 4th day of May 'lot 5 & N 25 feet'lot .
.&. D. 1960.Official 8 & N lot 9 block 7 ; Eckerd W.B. & Emma 220.64
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Notice is hereby given that the following described lands will be
Seal S 38 feet of W 35 feet '
( ) sold at public auction at 12 o'clock noon on the 1st day of June. A.. D. of lot 4 & S 38 feet -
RALPH E. HARBERT '
1960 at the front, door of the Flagler County Courthouse in Bunnell of lot 5. block 7 _
Clerk of said Circuit Court Purvis. Carey E.-.._.. 4.32
Florida the herein set
to
Flagler County. amount due for taxes
pay
Lot 2. block 27 __
May 12-19-26 & June 2-Itc Gresham Thomas &
opposite the same together with all cost of such sale and advertising Shirley 47.42
: .1.F. MERCER. Tax Collector, Flagler County. Florida. Ntt lot 12 block 31
Mark. Francis & Delora 28.89
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF .. Lots '
1-2-3-4-15-16-17- .
PLAGLER COUNTY NO., FLORIDA 3813 Description' of Land S T R.A Taxen :fc Costs 18. block 51 .....,.-...... Wiser. J.H. &'Dorothy' .21.71

IN CHANCERY AH Frac .......-..--.. -. 20 12 18 54 Ward. Jake P. 7.36 Lot: 6, block 51 -.:... Bank of Bun-
EVELYN SOELTZ-SZOETS.
Plaintiff All Frac. _....-....._ _. 21 12 18 14 Ward. Jake P. __ 2.24 Citizens 14.01
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W% of SW% -.--- -. 2 12 29 80 Sheffield, L. S. & Alma 67.71 Lot 9, block 51' Weaver, J. & Chancie 5.01
vs. SE'4 3 12 29 160 Sheffield, L. S. & Alma 119.14 Lot 1-2, BUe- 39 Moody. ,

;, WILLIAM., 'SOELTZ-SZOETS.Defendant. W of SW% .._........._ 3 '12 29 80 Gresham, John F. 40.89 Sub O'Connel, Lily -West.,

NOTICE TO DEFEND E% of SEA 4 IS 19 80 Gresham, John F. ..._.- 120.37 Violet '. 104.47
THE SEU of SWJ4 .. 9 12 29 40 Nilson Arvid 56.54 AMENDED SUB OF VENICE,.A.RI' 0 00
William STATE OF Soeltz FLORIDA. TOt also E34 of NWT' ..............._ 10 12 29 80 Nllspn. A. & Tanner, Part of block 64, book -, .

.. known Wilhelm- Szoets Soeltz-Szoets H. H. ___.__._ 79.39E 55 page 341 White Jasper 3.72
Melereigasse as 8. %' fit SW ....-.L 10 12 29 80 Gresham, J. T. _.__ 49.84 Part of block 64 book ..

%,,. Modling. N. 0.. Austria Tr 3, Block 11 16 12 29 10 Hall, J. G. 1.89 55 page 374. Mraz E. C. & Pearl .. 3.72
r: You hereby notified that Tr. 1. Block 12 37 12 29 20 Voss M. ___ 3.32 Lot 14. block 68 John's, Theo & Helen 54.63
suit has are been filed against In a Tr. 2, Block 3 ______ 21 12 29 20 Steller. Bernard 3.32 Lot 3. block 70 __....- Orr. Milton & Roberta 3.22
',' the above entitled cause; and you Tr. 1. W% Block 8 _....' 29 12 29 10 Eldridge, F. F. 1.89. Lot 8. block 77 Koskela, Andrew &

I.. hereby required to ,file you Tr. 2. Block I, except I Nina. .-..,... 3.72
C are with the Clerk of this your Court an- Road R/W ...........' ... 33 12 29 20 Ramsey,, 1L J, & Gertrude -- N!% lot 16, Ocean City -

nswer and to, serve a thereof, ___,--- '- 29.60 Sub ......_..._._._._I GIddens, Arch & GerTelvlngton -
copy upon
the plaintiff Block 2. except Road' trude ? 16.92
plaintiffs
attorney R/W __ : 33 12 29 40 Ramsey H. J. & Gertrude MAGNOLIA GARDENS SUB 00
whose and address is
W.name Cecil' Grant : ____ 31.96 I Lots 1-2. block 4 Russell 3.%%
40714. Main Street Tr. I, Block 4' '33 12 29 20 Arave. William L. Lots 3-4-5-6, block 4 Yelvington, Russell 4.33

A Daytona Beach. Floridanot All Block 7 .....:..._..... 33, 1229 4fr Ramsey. H. J. & Gertrude All block 9 Yelvington Russell 2.58

later than June 11th A. D. 1960. 652 FUQUAY SUB
" SH Tr. 1 & Tr. 3 Block Lots 6-22-23-24. block
If fall
: \ confesso you will to be do so. decree pro 6 36 12 29 20 Coppersmith, B. 3.82 Fuquay __._-.-......_. .. Gardner, F. R. 11.44
entered
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for the relief demanded against Tr. 3. Block 10--: 3CAll ,- 12 29 10 Thornton. J. W. __ 1.89 Lot 10, block 6 Goll. R. D. & Ellen 40.08
you in the .:. ,3 13 29 40 .Claude J. & I Lots 6-7 block 7 .
_: bill of complaint. The nature of Block 4 -- -"; Pellicer ; Christension. J. F. &
said suit for Mary __ 23.0)1Trll. ( Betty I v..8F' !..4),
f'f.' WITNESS being hand divorce.and seal' of 2. Block 1 --' '::4 13 29 20 Pellicer,, C. ,J. ....... ,_.. 3.32 Lot 3 & S% lot 2. block
i t said','Court this my 2nd day of May. Block 2, -. :,.- ':4 13 29 40 Pellicer, Claude J. & 1 Donald Moore 9.85
\' A. D; '1960. '.' Mary 12.33 Lots 1-2. block 11 Miller. T. J. & Betty 7.35
(Official Seal) Lots 123. Block ':%. J*:-: Lots 11-12. block 13 Schmitzer, Paul J. 10.94
;r RALPH E. HARBERTCletk McQueens Park Sub ;' ., Spurling G.M. et al_ .12.33 Lots 3-4. block 17 Allison, Hester _____ 6.68
of said Circuit Court Lot 10 Block 2, Mcti; / Lot 20. block 23 _, Cobb Ruby P. _, 3.22

;. May 5-1-19-6-4tc.. Queens Park Sub ...... Cobb. Thomas T. & Lot 13. block 23A .:.... Maler, Rosa H. .,,.,,,-._,,. 3.22
Y : Doris 3.88 Lots 1 to 24 incl, block .
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:, COURTT Lot 8. Block D. Mat an-v. 32 .. Kloska.. Olga -- 16.42
t : IN THE OP zas Estate Sub ,:_...... ;: C ham b ero. Katherine Lots %-1, block 34 -...... Chueca, Amelia '1.94
r'1; FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA 2.02 MORNINGSIDE SUB .

IN CHANCERY NO. 3981't' KNOX JONES SUB Lot 23 block 3 0 Bailey, Emma M. ........ 1.94

. f ,MARY LOU SINGER. N% Block D .-;....:--= Jones, Knox ...- .....,. 1.22 Lots 13-14. block: 3 Price W. E. Sr. & Le-

r Plaintiff Lot 2, Block E ....,.,.._..... Scott Jane 7.36 lia 3.72
JOHk vs. Lot 3. Block E Jones. F. F __::....-. .99 Lot 25, Block 3 .._, ...... Amore, Alphonso &
4; E SINGER. Lots 4-5, Block E _t Martin Bud 6.5 Helen __ 2.44 ,
Defendant. Lot 9, Block E Jackson, Willie __........ 7.36 Lot 10, block 5 -.... .Owen, G. F. & Wilmon-
r NOTICE TO DEFEND < Lot 13, Block .E ....::.- Toner. Helen, il. _. 1.22 time. %.U
.., THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: Lots 8-9., Block F _- Longwood: Gaines & Lot 8. block 9 Hord S. R. & Doris 2.58

:,, John E.Singer Alice. ,,,..._ ._. ... 14.56 I .Lot 11, block 11 __,.c' Smith Edith W. 2.58
, 1046 Conner v N,4' tract ,*Block 1 ..... 3 12 30 lf G rantT Bertha}, T. _.....; 1.89 Lot 3, block' 11 __:: ..::, -' 4 Beard. I*' W. 2.58
Detroit 15. Michigan '- TOWN OF ""WUNNELL .a Lot 3. bldck ,*3, *- Zunpo. Evelyn r_..,,?,_,_,, 1.04
i .r You are hereby notified that: a Lot I, block 59 ; Parrl h. 'Robert & Evelyn Lot 5, block', 1, Mobb's .
' suit has been filed against you in 3.38 Sub Patrick, Ben .F & Caro-

the above entitled cause; and you I Lot 9.. Block 89 ---:...-.. Jones Isaac -& Ethel 1.77 lyn, 50.49
are hereby required to this our an- Lot 10, Block 92 .....1.-. Clark. Mathew & Rosa 1.22 That part of Trs '10-11- r 0
swer with the Clerk of Court Lota 1112. Block 93 : Davis Eliza & Emanuel 12, block A north of S .

';'" and to serve a copy thereof upon 'rea- i el Hazel -..T,.,'., .._ -.. 7.86Lots Old Dixie Hwy except I. ti I
.:" J' the plaintiff' or plaintiffs attorney, t 1. .Block 1 23'. Brown Nathan & Willie book 35 ppage '" ,
whose name and address 18: ,,' 3.38 140. book 52. page ,'T "
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. W. Cecil Grant Lots 1-2-3-10-11-12,- 198 & book 54 page ,

407% ,Main Street Block 14 I". King Riley __._ 7.86 384 __..._ --, 5 '13 31 2.21 Rlke. Elizabeth., Estate 4.17South
Daytona Beach, Florida 5-6. Block 135 Hill W H. & Carrie .. 72.18 2% acres lot 10 %.6.1 ,.31 %.Beverly. Beach 'Invest- '
not later than June 6th A.D. 1960. N%' lots 11-1%, Block. | ment CD. /'..._....:.,-,..._. 2.44
i s If you fall to do so. decree pro 19 King,, Eloise B. _.. 10.09 b-5--4tc J. F. MERCER Tax Collector Flagler County, Florida. ,
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confesso will be entered against Lots 910. Block 129 -...1 : -.":' Bass Richard &. Ruby 2.88 ---

you for the :relief.demanded In the Lot 1. Block 130 ___ Davis. Fred & Eloza 9.59 i .
1'J- bill of complaint. The nature oft Lot 10, Block 138 King H. C. & Peggy : Notice S
' .,' said suit being for" divorce. Lots 5 to 16 Incl. Block ... .881
7w. WITNESS my hand and seal of 2 of replat of blks -

r ... said .Court this 22nd day of April 144-145-146 _....._ Wolfe. A.G. & Lois. 21.77 Notice is hereby given that the following described lands'" or so
; A. D.
> 1960. NE 55 feet- of book 26 much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes
Seal
(Official RALPH) E. HARBERT page 42 part of lot 4 I herein set opposite same, together with cost of such sale and advertising -
:: & NE 55 feet of lots will be sold at public auction on the 1st day of June 1960 at
f Clerk of said Circuit Court. 5-6. block 161 Hill. W. H. & Carrie 33.45 the office of the City Tax Collector in the Community Center Building

April 28 & May 5- 12-19-Itc Lot. 10,, Block 165 __, .'; ;. .. Thomas, Chester & beginning at 10:00 o'clock A. J.L, in, the City of Bunnell, Flagler

.' ".:' Rosa ...._...._.................. 18.74 I County Florida. .
t:: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 7U.
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Lot 3, except R/W of .:: S T R A Taxes & Costs
FLAGLER COUNTY Description of Land :
FLORIDA. S. No.1, Blk. 167 Ezell Italian _..... ...... 12.33
IF$ IN CHANCERY NO. 3904 Lot 2. Block 168 __ ,.;. Kennedy, MaryKfng 11.83 Frac. Block 3A Willard Knight & Dorothy ..$ 1.20
rt. GEORGE F. BROWN JR. .
Northerly 28 feet lot -11 Lots 4-5-6. Block 19 H.
.:. Plaintiff. except R/W of U.S. I Ex. ,_----- Walton Johnston & Alice 6.00.

;" vs. No. I, block 168 .___ Eloise 6.12 Lots 4-5-6. Block 19
BARBARA A. BROWN. I Lots 9-10-11-12. Block Ex. Val. __ Walton Johnston & Alice. 23.00

Defendant. 199 Sheffield L. S. Jr. 7.86 Lots 1-2-3-4. Block ,39. .
,, NOTICE TO DEPEND l Lot 3. block 252 ?,..,.. Henderson W. A. & H. 'Ex. ... ...._.......:-._ Lamar Harris, Jr. & Louise 6.00
; THE STATE OF FLORIDA.. TO: Minnie 27.98 Lots 1-2-3-4. Block 39
' ,- Barbara A. Brown Ex. Val. Lamar HarrIs Jr. & Louise. 29,00
Part of Tr 16. book 55
.. 185 :Maple Street 119. block C 10 .12 30 Edward Rogers R. __ 1.38 Lot 1, Bock 59 Robert Parrish. Jr. & Evelyn 1,20 '
..' Islip, New York Part page of Tr 3. book 53 -' r : .Lots 5-6, Block 59 ..:._ Eddie Williams ._... ........ ..... 8.90
,- You are hereby notified that ali 63 .. '11 12 30 0.11 Batten, Eddie & Ethel 12.33S4 Lots 3-4. Block 65 ?H. I
page -- "
'" suit has been filed against in J.W. 3.50
-i you lot 5 block .I, Lake Ex. Cauley & Ellamae I..-
t1..' the above entitled cause: and you Terrace Sub 4 Capitaneious Geo. 2.27 Lot 9, Block 89 -- Isaac Jones & Ethei Mae __ 1.90 .
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.w'.: ewer required ofthis-Court LINCOLN HEIGHTS SUB Lots 11-12. Block 93 Elisa Davis & Hazel Emanuel 2.95 I
: ";: I" with the Clerk Lot 10, block 3 L.: ...- Hill, W. H. & Carrie 2.33 Lots 1- -3-U. Block 98 W. H. McKenzie Estate_ 28.50 s
; "-" and to serve a copy thereof upon Lot 9. block 4 ____ Mills Gradys 1.22 Lots 4-9-10-11. Block 98 W. H. McKenzie Estate 1.50... ;i
..: the plaintlf or' plaintiffs attorney, Lot. block 4 -, .: Brown, Jerry .. 1.22 Lot 1,, Block 123 Nathan Brown & Willie Clyde 1.90 i
..;'4 whose Cecil address Is: Lot 7. block 4 _, Brown Willie C. 9.59 Lots 1-10-11-12. block'
: W. Grant Lots 2-3, block 5 ..-: -M'_ Warren,' Lula & Theresa .x4 ...;.., ,...-...... Riley King 6.60 I
'Main Street
'r' 407ft & .Osbourne & Jean- SW 44 Lots. 78. Block' -
i: Daytona Beach. Florida ette 8.36 124 Lamar Harris .Jr. -----..--- %.,(0 j

. not later than June 6th A. D. 1960. I Let 5. block C ._..._,. I Butler. James & Missey Lots 2-37 Block 124 Riley King S.30 :
If you fall to do so. decree pro SUB Lot 9.. Block 124 Lamar Ham8,=Jr. ....-......-.. 6.10 (
CARVER
I--- confesso will be entered against Lots 12-13-14. block 1 Underwood. Robert & Lots 11-12 Block 125 W. L. Lang & Eloulae U.5G--
. you for the relief demanded In the Willie Mae 1.36\\ Lots 9-10,' Block 129 _' Richard Bus & Ruby S.30'
" bill of complaint. The nature of Part of SEA of NE%, ,'. Lots N% 11-12. 'Block.
said suit -being rfordivorce.. book 30 64 ..- 15 12 30 0.36 Been J.C. & Margaret 129 ... Eloise B. King 18.50
WITNESS my hand and seal of r Part of SE Page of NE%-. '._ .. v:..*.: ,.41' Lot 1, Block 130 ... Fred Davis &; Eliza ..----..a... -.. 4,00
said Court this 22nd day of April book 55 page 275 15. 12 :J30 *0.24 Tann.' C.'1L & Martha 2.27 Lot lCr; Block 165 Chester Thomas & noa'' Lee 1.tO
A. D. 1960. HOHESITES' Lot 4 except R/W U.S. 0 -
BUNNELL -
( RALPH E. HARBERT Lots 1-.%, block 1 Lorche Williams Charlie & 1.38 Ex No.1. Block 167 H. David, Dixon 2.50 I,

s' Clerk :of said Circuit Court Lots 1314. block 1 Major. Charlie .88 Lot 2. Block 168 __. Mary :kennedy: .......... -- 4.QO ,
j April 28 & May 5-12-19-Itc3Hagler Lot 14, block 4 .J a Underwood. Joe & An-. NW 28 feet Lot 11, -15.00. .
Eloise ,
Block King
nle 1.25 168 -- "J -

Tracts 7-8... block D -::. 23 1230.: '%ODebolt,1'A' :: Lt .. 3.32 Frac. Lot 5, Block 169 Lillie May Johnson .''J.t. 18.00
; ,.
_. Ralph 1.tO
DUPONT Lot 5. Block 202 E. Harbert .
OF -
OfrUrattrBUNNBLL. TOWN Lots 6-7812. Block 202 Ralph E Harbert .,. .j 3.50: '
_1ft' of blocks 65. -
That part -
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79-91-101 west.of U.S. ."j Lot 7 Frac. Block 261 'Unknown -..--.- 1.0
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No. 1 block 116 except Tracts 3-6, parts N. Rd .
FLORIDA ,book_43 -page 131 No. 11. Bk 54 Pg. 181 '
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I & that part of blocks :' Block C --11 12, 30 Francis G. Mark & Delora 36.50

.- .. W.89104114123127199130' '. \Y Tract 18 except Pt. Bk. :. : .
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: 2 6. Pg. 594 & Pt. Bk. '- ,
east of FEC '" -;
MRS. M. B. FULLER ,Editor Ry & all blocks 901&2103115121122 ''ij' 19. Pr. 557. Block C 11 12 ,SO. Eddie Williams ._. ._.....---, a,0 .

; ,' .. "It:!' Lots %-3, Block '2 Lin. *

128 .._' ,_ Freshmato, A.D. _. 7.38 Hta. ----- Ed London & Lucy ... .: .
Deel...... eflletel PabHeatioa _- 34.18 Lot 10. Block 3, Lin.' ;
: S%. of SE% C------- 31 13, 30 80, hout'HjHy: Trustee l1"i :i.
W. ,
H. Hill Carrie
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513 fits. _
.tHU. Book 11 part
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page.
PaH Flade ,
: for '
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Brown -
,A' -1 110 31 10 Tyne. J,J. ---- >- 7.58 Lot 7. Block 4 Lin. Hts. Willie Clyde (Bass) ,. -
CMty.:, MwtldMMUUea..... Lots 849, block 1. Johnson -. I Lot 8. Block 4 Lin Hta. Mack Jones & Sarah ., ,
Beach Sub Taylor S.A. & Joyce 1.n I Lot 9, Block 4 Lin Hts. Gladys Mills ... .. .? -, -O-
; :id the, State ,*ff Pl.rMa Book 51 page 347 ex : Lot 4, Block Lin Hts. Mack Jones & Sarah .: ;;:.. be

R/W SR A1A .40 .10 31 S.89 Stephens ". J.-.& Sarah 16.42 Lot 5, Block 6 Lin Hts. James Butler ._.i.t, !."
'Book' 44 ***. 3-_,,....-,4.0: ;:'10 31 1,99'White..j; R 1.94 Lots 1-%. Block 1 Bun-. I :
r *...- u **!** etaca mattetFebmry Book 51 Kf*' NO .__,; .40 .,10 3115.72 Esposito:& Co --- .- -- 67.41.JO nell H'Sites -;- Charlie Williams & LaT6he. nH.

*. *. *& 1 A' K SU* Lots 1314. Block 1. :: ..:-
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Charlie Major ",
Lota 11-12 ..-.-.---... ;_. : ,: "'t eHoskins. Cynthia ::'-" 9.01 Bunnell H'Sites > ;;
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at BaBaet F1.e4ia. *****, act .. 'ARTBSIA SUB .,- :;; )\- ..:. Lot II. Block 4. Bun-. '-, Ann I -
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"' -: -. .- nell H'Sites Joseph Underwood
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r itlareil & Maxlne 7.18 Lots -8. Block 1 CarverSub.r -r'- .'-
4 ; ._ Combs. C.B. ,' 1'
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t Isaac JohnsonRobert. & Viola-,,,
Lot u. lock..4 : "'I' -. ::-' Que-eas Laboratories, -- '
.. :'" ., : ,- : Inc. "" 2.18 I Lots .14. Block 1 g., 'f
: Ose L te MWoek. 4 -' '0 ;.: -: Combs, James W. ...... -23.7 ;Carver Sub. f. >-t ; Underwood,. &. WISl: ( ..

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Thursday, May 19, ,1960 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA. 'PAGE NINE
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Beach Mrs. Mickey Massie, tenth 1!I I .
ElementarySchool .
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:J.lagler $5eack president, serving in 1958-59, t A :

News spoke of the tenth anniversarytea .
held at the club house in
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By Holly Golien) Continued from Page 4 honor of the club's tenth yearas 1 ;

FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUBA a part of the FFWC, of 'the Call On Us'
During the past week we were I .
shown a movie "Dumo" all luncheon, honoring the past I heating system installed, the I .
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presidents of the Flagler Worn sidewalks poured, the first copy I ,

grades attended. It was very..an's Club, was held Wednesdayat of the Club Newsletter sent to'
amusing.The .
the clubhouse, with 34 mem- members, the awards received .,

,sixth grade saved their bers and guests attending the from the FFWa-) or the club's

money toward the purchase of event. safety campaign program, the :

a movie called -"Les Miserables." programand yearbook award When' '
The clubhouse buffet .
{t was shown to us Monday.. and and the honor score award for ,
luncheon tables
were beautifully
It was 1% hours long and we 100 per cent participation in all .J

decorated with red roses ,,
club '
all enjoyed it very much. civic arid events : j
.' white lilies and glads. Mrs. ,
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The G.'A.'s of the Baptist Reynold Hoover, club president, Mrs. Mary Hart, 1948-49, :Mrs. -

Church held their picnic and introduced and presented each Esther Knight Lackey, 1953.540, '. :
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swim at Lake Neoga 'Saturday. of the past presidents with a and Mrs. Olive 'Kolhass, 1954-55, You Need

Those present were: Kay Weav lovely corsage, rnad'by. Mrs.B. I were unable tojattend.H I

er, 'Diana Lucas, ,Delpries Brock. S. Clay.
A business meeting followed I
Bonnie Lowe 1 .
Christy
Gpllen, Mrs. Luella Fleurie, first presi- the luncheon. Mrs. Paul Kelly "
Johnny Miller,. Brenda Aaron, J ,
and dent of the club, 1947-48, told was appointed senior advisor to ,
myself.
of the first Silver Tea, the the Junior Woman's Club, with;

Friday evening the Boy Scouts small but eager group of char. Mrs., Lorna Galloway, representing '

and their master went out to ter members, who,, even then the junior club, presenting 'GOOD

their camp site and spent the ,were working for and planning Mrs. Kelly with.a corsage. I :

night. Those who went* are: their clubhouse. I

Stuart Rockett, Glen Miller;, Lee'I_ Mrs. Myrtle .Streeter, who FREE PAINTOne t

Presswood, Donny Gumble, Joe''w served as president in 1949.50, extra gallon of your choice r

May, Mike Tidwell, Ed Schatz i spa;Jte of meetings held any and with each gallon you buy

and Ray Gordan. They all say everywhere, from member's Mary Carter Paint Store

they had a good time, except homes to church basements, still .

poor: Joe and he was stricken striving, .for their own ,club Also Westsate ..Shopping'.,--. Canter -

with an, attack of appendicitisand building. Her second term of of- NOTICE PrintingOFFICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
was taken to the hospital. fice as president was 1955.56, that the Board of County Commis-
I during this period plans and sioners will receive sealed bids on
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I II the 6th day of June A.D. 1960 at
I specifications, a building com the hour of 9:00 o'clock A.M. in
Ed Note Arrived too late for groundbreaking the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
mittee and for cuit Court in the Flagler County
last week. the new clubhouse was in effect Court House for the following:
I I The following pine lumber, rough .
We had a nice weekend. Mostof Mrs. Streeter was recently 20 pieces 6 Inch x 8 inch x 12 feet
30 pieces 6 inch x 8 Inch x 14 feet
our pupils went on a picnicto honored by the club with a life 30 pieces 6 Inch x 8', inch x 16 feet FORMS
Alexander membership, the first and only 12 pieces 8 inch x 10 inch x 16 feet
Springs with the 6 pieces & inch x 10 inch x 20 feet t -
Baptist Church choir. The girls one presented by the club to AND the following pine lumber for
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decking dressed on two sides: I' "
auxiliary of the church had a date. 150 pieces 3 inch x 6 inch x 16 feet : I= ENVELOPES
\ presentation 100 pieces 3 inch x 10 inch x 16 feet i J
and I went forward to become' fourth club president, served The above to be ordered and delivered '
during 1951 during which time when needed. The Board : '
a maiden.Mr. reserves the right to reject any INVOICES >
the Club Birthday Calendar was and all bids.DATED .
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Fennell was in the hos started, and is still one of the 17th day t'at f May Bunnell., A. D.Florida 1960. ,. this "" ,

pital all last week, and we are club's most<< important fund- GEO. E. WICKLINE. Chairman LETTER HEADS -- ; .
ATTEST: ,
i glad that he is back. I[raising projects.Mrs. RALPH E. HARBERT, Clerk. :. ..

Mrs. Moody is in the hospital Flossie Haines, fifth presIdent May 19-26-2tc ,

'this week, andwe"hope'rtliat she serving in, 195153,. spoke Notice is NOTICE hereby given. that pur- BUSINESS: CARDSSTATEMENTS ,

hurries'up[ and gets well. of the projects accomplished, suant to motion duly made, sec- .

The A&B Club members for with $2,000 in the club treasury of onded County and Commissioners carried by the of Board Flag- ,

this last six weeks are: upon completion of her: term, ler County Florida, at' .a Regular ; '
meeting of said Board held on the ,
Third grade-Monica Huber, then a true but hilarious reporton 2nd day of May, A.D. 196v.' Inspec- < .- ,
Susie Duncan the past trials and tribula tors and Clerks each election
Wayne Allman, District or Precinct i n FJLagler ."
Diana Lucas, Buddy Moore, Da.. tions while in ,office. County Florida were appointed 'n' BILL HEADS ',
and
voting places or polling placesfor ,
vid Johnson. Mrs. Pauline Magee, ninth each Election District or Pre- .
Fourth 'grade Tommy Dunc'an president, told of the club's cornerstone cinct In Flagler County "Floriaa .
were designated for the Second ;
Vickie Missinni, Jo Ann Wilson dedication ceremony; Primary Election to' be held on : RULED FORMS : :
Tuesday the of A.D.
24th day May ;
,'Patty Robbie, Eleanor Shill. of the Men's Advisory Board 1960 the said Board of County .. .. .

Fifth1'' grade-Arthur McDahiel, formed;, the first Dollar Dividend Commissioners of Flagler County '. < : .
Florida, having appointed the following -
Arthur Wilson, Linda Skolar, Project launched; and the named persons as inspectorsand TICKETS and TAGS '- :
actual construction of Clerks respectively, and having ," k'
Johnnie Ruth Miller, Mickey the club designated the following voting : s h'

Sindelar, Dale Abbott, Dennis house underway, where eight or polling Precinct places for No.said 1 Election; .- ,

Clay. months later the. first meetingof Bunnell. Flagler County, Florida. .

Sixth grade Kay Weaver, the Flagler Woman's Club Vote in in the Flagler County County CommissionersRoom Court .' CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS "

Stuart Rocket was held in their own club ,build. House Florida.at., Bunnell. .Flagler County, \ / ; .

Our'school bought $23.80 worthof ing. Furnishings for the club Dallas Gordon Geneva Rodgers. ': .
savings this last was started by each member Flossie Richardson. Inspectors. 3 --"
stamps Pearl Woods, Clerk. ; ,>:

:Monday, :May 9th. personally contributing funds to Precinct, No. 2 -- 1;.. '" ,
Flasrler Beach. Flagler County... -
purchase a chair.IN Florida. Vote in the Flagler Beach ; .
: "
Recreation Center, Flagler Beach

T1IR" CIRCUIT COURT, SEVEN Florida. .
TII 'JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND Harry Whetstone, Marie Brede. ,. .
Bob FOR FLAGLER COUNTY, FLOR- Mabel E. Sheeler. Inspectors; Flos
TV : IDA IN KQUITY. EQUITY NO. ale Haines. Clerk. .
PreclBct No. 3 '

LUCILLE, M.,- MAKTIN.Plaintiff, Vote, at Orange. Orange Hammock Hammock Flagler SchoolHouse :>We: :Don't Do; The Most;, .

SERVICE va. County. Florida. '
Mae Keifer Lillie "" :: '
JULIUS P. MARTIN.Defendant. Taudy Bowden. '>,-,
Burrell. Inspectors; Isabell "" -
all makes NOTICE' TO APPEAR AND Barrow, Clerk. "
ANSWERIN Precinct No. 3A .
THE NAME OF THE STATE Korona. Flacler County Florida. 'C' PRINTINGi :
Sales Tubes and OF FLORIDA Vote In Church Hall, Flagler Coun-
TO: JULIUS F. MARTIN ty, Florida. -
Antenna Installation You are hereby notified that a Thelma Romany Mary Francko- ', ',.* *-- .. .
suit has been brought, against you wiak. Eleanor Niesen. Inspectors:
In the Circuit Court of Flagler Sophie Sml lel8kl. Clerk. -

: PHONE HE 9-2204 LUCILE'M.County. Florida.. MARTINf'Plalntift In Equity and by Vote In St.Precinct Johns No.Park 4 Community Biit, ">We Do Some' *. of. :=the, :'Best?:-

you are hereby required to file. Hall. St. Johns Park. Flagler -'" :,
personally or by attorney with the County. Florida. ,
Clerk of of said Court your writ Naomi Pellicer. Mary Pelllcer.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF' ten defenses If any, to the Din Louise Hatcher. Inspectors; Doro-
FXiAGUBR COUNTY FLORIDA. In Equity In said suit on or before thy Salyerds. ClerkPreeiaet
IN CHANCERY NO.. 4018 the 30th day of May :A.D. 1360 and No. 4A. ,
,. LAURA BROWN-- *' also to serve a copy of your writ Vote In Masonic Temple Building t
'" Plaintiff.fcLROT1 ten defenses upon _OSSINSKT & Bunnell Flagler County Flor- I
.. vs. KROL. Attorneys for Plaintiff at Ida.
'. BROWN- their offices at 411 Main Street. Alma Sheffield. Nina Splvey. Jennie -
-. .,Defendant. Daytona Beach. Florida. on or before -. Green. Inspectors;' Wanda Mer- .
NOTICE TO DHFEND the 30th day of May A.D... cer .
THE STATE OP FLORIDA. TO: 1950. as required by the Florida Clerk.preciaet' 'N o. S
.< DlaiiD 7-
BlroyBrown' Equity Rule ;and herein fall not Vote in Community Hall. Espanola 328.2.<
N. Cuba Road or Decree Pro Confesso and Final Flagler County Florida.
-
r Cuba. New York Decree will be' entered against you Betty Moore. Shirley Gresham ". -" .,
$
You are 'hereby notified that a by default. Mauls McKenney.'Inspectors; Marjorie I : .,. :
suit haa been filed against you in That the name of the Court In Robertson. Clerk. : --
the above entitled came; and you which said suit haS been Institutedis Precinct No. 5A '
are hereby required to file your an- the Circuit Court; Seventh Judicial Vote In Johnson Building. AlA '?
swer with the',Clerk of this Court. Circuit of PMrIda.In and for Highway. Marineland. Flagler :/ :
and to.serve a oe-wr thereof upon Flagler County IB' qulty and that County Florida. '
the plaintiff or plaintiffs- attorney the ,title of-said cause Is as herein- Gladys Allman. Maxine R. Combs. :
whose__same and address is; above set forth. Margaret C. Ceilings, Inspectors; > .
w. Cecil Grant You are further notified that the Coley Mitchell. Clerk. .
47 tt Mafia Street suit Is the Board of County "
nature of said ,a suit for By order of -'
'-- Daytona Beach. Florida divorce. Commissioners of Flagler County. ,>, TheFlagler "
; not later than Jun.l7th. A."D. UK WITNESS nr baa*' and seal of Florida in regular meeting at Bun- ". .
; If you fall to do so, decree pro office at Buna it. Flagler County nell. Flagler County, this 10th day _: ,
eonfesso .wnt"M entered against Florida, this ;J*tt1'T of April of May. A.D. 193GEO. ..
i you for the reitof ...... nature the A..D. 1980: E. WICKLINE Chairman
bill of complatat. The of (Circuit Court $ei Board of County Commissioners
said suit beta for divorce. RALPH L' BERT, of Flagler County, Florida :'>
WITNK88 my hand and seal of .. aet'k of Cewrt (Commteelonens Seal) Tribun
4 Mid Court this Hth day of May 9f,' J tF. PJ&riH.. ATTS8T' AND COUJ1fTY" "COM- p
A.D. 1l1I: '.: 0MJJI8KT A JlI.tWrlOM1lRS SE4FIX* :
(OfB.... 41is.1s $oI for If RALPH.E, Clerk _
3 b ] .eM r--Male': Beard of County Ceiiem4oaers. .
.' ,... .c..rt .hn... 1aimABrI PIorWa of Flakier Couaty. FtorMa ,
May ItJtiM:: 2-t-fte JI 4ic ,"r Slt4 May 12-19-2tc '"
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;(.::. Be A Thrifty'J 'i muscle have fibers their TUIU effect.. All on thesepoints the I i Great Progress I IWIDOW BENEFITS you applying can speed a month yourfirst'i.clby :="or :so 'be'

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SOCIAL SECURITY
price. -.
,, Meat Shopper = .l Made In Control ;:. fore."
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I
Tender of
cuts meat usually I Widows should apply for

;'. To make your food }dollar go I come from the less.used' ,muscle Of TuberculosisThe :I social security benefits as soon I '

r f- farther learn to be a thrifty t portion of the animal. These I
; Social CYPRESS
f. as they are 62, M. D. Eadie, LFE
"' meat shopper. I muscles are located along the annual report of the F)or- I Security Manager advised.

cuts back, particularly the lower ida State Board of Health, whichis
The cheaper grades and 1 t"It would be even better if they GARDENS

c-. ';, of me 5t are fairly: lean and no I.back. The much-used musclesare ,now .being printed, will show 1 I applied a month or so before ;
in the legs, neck, and the that
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J tender. However if outstanding progress M < wafer ildsh.wi
: so cooked they are 62. Of course no one doily >,
shoulders. You must cook these, has been made in the battle;I should 1031.,. U, ,.
properly, they are every bit as ; delay, but widows in JNII 2:3Ipm1:13psa
-:",' I I cuts long and slowly in moist against tuberculosis in Florida :
/ tasty and just as nutritious as particular should be careful to .. . . .__.
V heat so they will become tender. since the turn of, the century . '
:! > the more expensive steaks and apply for benefits promptly.
'- roasts. The chief difference is I I Only about one-quarter of the Dr. C.M. Sharp, assistant state : f. O. ;:ALFORD

'that they require longer cooking animal can be used for tender health officer, said this week i A woman's benefit based on Registered

:';. >. V and more skUlful'seasonlng., :. .I I cuts. The other three.qu arters, Sixty years ago tuberculosisat her own account or the accountof

:tf Cultivate a spirit of adventure provide the less tender, less expensive the top of all diseases as a a living husband is reducedif ; eaiBrOke ,

.'!'- in your meat cooking and try I I f I I cuts. cause of death, and' it had more she applies before age 65. BunnelL Florida

' than a two to one edge over But a widow's benefit is different . . . . .
.'', : new methods and new flavors. I' In cooking these>less tender, .r. ... .. .r. .. .. .. ..
less expensive cuts, moisture the nearest rival. The death Widow's benefits are not
:. You will find that ;appetizingmeat .!r
' dishes can be prepared to I usually must be added in orderto rate then exceeded 200 per 100- reduced and-the full amount is RCA VICTOR
,
:.' suit even the smallest family secure the best results. However 000 person each year. More' paid at age 62. LIVING COLOR TV

". ".,:;,' bUdget.. 1.I tenderness. as well as than half of these deaths occurred "So, if you are a widow," "LOOK FOR THE PICTURE
:' V good texture and flavor, keep in young people under IN THE WINDOJV"
,: Cuts differ in tenderness ac- Eadie explained, "and w6 once Southern
Radio & Television
:>.'L, the of the ani the amount of added liquid at age 30. Today half of the tu-
: cording .to part paid you a lump-sum or monthly 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001'
' a minimum. With, less liquid berculosis deaths are among ORMOND
mal from which they are taken, benefits, you should apply f
.. .;; as well as age and fatness. more of. the nutrients remain in people over sixty. again when you are 62. In fact,
: ; V Cuts also differ in the, amountof I the meat instead, of dissolving The death :-rates dropped

': and II II In: the drippings.You steadily until ten years ago,
: .. l tain bone and In the gristle direction they con-the can often stretch your when the rate was' down to 26.3 citizens remarkable the,"4.7 said rate is Dr.even Dwight more I Frank & Glad'sSHOE ;

if 4. I 100,000, and in 1959 it was
meat dollar by buying a 'largecut per REPAIRW.
Wharton director of the divisionof
down to 4.7. If the 1949 death .
at a lower price per pound MOODY
.. tuberculosis control in theagency's 1 Block West oBItatiroad
1'- 11 and, dividing it for cooking by rate prevailed today Florida bureau of General Shore Repair
preventable
' ," different methods. For example, would have had 1262 deaths in
1 ,
;; diseases. "Florida be
can proudof
...., this week's' a beef chuck arm roast can be 1959 instead of the 226 that were
\ this remarkable decrease in -
used In, three different ways: reported._ The 226 deaths rep-
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.. death rate arid is working hardto
II IIf the rounded, boneless end for resented a 36- per cent decrease CommunityMemorial
reduce this rate still further. I II
sY wrnrtrutEc I beef stew, the center chunk with since 1958. -- ---.-. -
round bone for pot roast, and "The death rate of the colored I ChurchInterdenominational

I' the remaining piece sliced population has always been approximately REFINANCE YOUR DEBTS -
. >; With a Long Term
lengthwise in Swiss steaks. Or double that of I
Daytona Ave.
f' .' you may prefer to cook a large whites, and when we considerour FEDERAL LAND BANK
FLAGLER BEACHSunday
piece of meat and then use left- large segment of colored I I
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FARM LOAN
'. ,. overs for the following days' School 10:00 A.M.

,.-. "' meals. remember that quick cooking I R.W. BRYAN Church Service 11:00 A.M.

> Either way you:can cut your toughens the less tender cuts of Production Credit Assn. .
R W. DICKERT, Pastor
t**'7 ;/ food budget. and have the con. meats. So don'ttry to rush din- 1 Wednesday-10:00 '
"V.' venlence of food on hand. Just ner! 5. PALATKA, FLORIDA I EVERYONE WELCOME:

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oaoVnss V battle Chicago traffic day after day.

i.. :-: .. :. Each truck averages about 2,000 milesa
: fatttrn No. 1473 Ccpffvcr, 4 ..' month in this wearing stop-and-start
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w"': ft* ovrsiz buck. for trim. ":: General Manager of S 6H Truck 'y
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r" ;; fcid t&f. pretty .ilippr *at/ to ero(6 -* x:: z to know just where we stand on costs.

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T ; shock and vibration. Protects fragile ;. :-' :..
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