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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 26, 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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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I= ':<" VOLUME 48, NO. 20 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1960 :.:, $2.50 A YEARUnofficial ]

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: Michael ParkerI I: Memorial :Day 1 ,I I VICTORS!

tI r: Results I I II

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Receivmg GOVERNOR
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ScholarshipMichael
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Primary \

f:: May i the: 1960 Parker graduating, a member class of of ,at at .o'clock the Espanola Monday Cemetery morning ]I 4 I:!1

-; by V. F. W. Post 5213 and The
i iI I Biinnell High School, has been !
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I' In the one County race In j Commissioner of Agriculture. Freshman American 'Legion Post 115. I -.
awarded a Competitive I
: the second primary Otis S. Hun. I I Mr. Conner is the youngest man ,
S I Scholarship at Massachu- The service will be held at
-ter of Espanola was elected as to be elected to a State Cabinet I ..'
chusetts Institute of Technology graveside of a deceased veteran
commissioner of District II office. '"
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county j i for nearly full tuition. and the public is invited to at.
5 over his opponent Lyfnan L.Gage Top man in the National Committeeman I
tend, Wilfred Hunter said today.
.., ,of North AlA. Hunter re- race in the county i Principal Carl Hornsby received N .!i
; ceived 674 votes and Gage received _,- was James (Jimmy) Milligan I a letter*from Phillip M. Lally
501.Hlnter' whose 480 total was 'more than !who is with the 14. L T. Educatfonal -" Mr. Sandefer Is I
f' ''will succeed his father all the other candidats put to I Counqil at ,the University

E.A, Hunter, who has served. gether. Statewise', _he ran sec. Iof t Florida Gainesville Informing Guest Speaker at II
over 25 years'as a .member "of ond with a total of over 98,000 him of the, Scholarship 'and I :
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>/, the Board from District 5 and votes. Bob Johnson ,of Jackson- stating "This' is an outstanding Farris Bryant of Ocala former _
k -" who did not run for re-election ville, was a surprise winner ip ,achievement, and both the, boy; Rotary, Today 'speaker of the House, captured

.. :, this.year. I the race. and your school" are to be' con. I Nordic Sandefer of Jacksonville (55 of Florida's 67 counties In a
;' Running high on, the ,ballot = Mrs. J. O'Neal (Mary) Cox of gratulated. will be the guest speaker smashing victory for Governor

: in Tuesdays election was Doyle Gainesville was,elected with over Young, Parker is the son of at the luncheon meeting the J of Florida over Sen. Doyle E.
I. Conner who also was high man 78,000 votes for the National Mr. arid Mrs. Marvin Parker of I Rotary Club today, members of Carlton.
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on' the ballot, in the May 3rd Committeewoman for Florida. Bunnell and received his pri- the club said. I
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t primary.: Mr Conner was elect. Cox defeated encumbent Peggy mary, elementary and high I Sandefer. f
:Mr. is vice president I
[, ed to succeed the late Nathon Ehrmann also of Gainesville I.I school education at Bunnell COMMISSIONER OF
f Maya' who served 37 ,years as' who ran fourth. School. He has been active in i lof Cain-Bultoman Distributors, I AGRICULTUREpoyie
for >the southeastern states andS i
.. the program ot'the school during I F
.... .. ..n ..''. is a noted speaker. He has
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-:' tie played, for one year on
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zzzzzzzz- I I the football team, and honorable
Q;, :' .. ; ; .; all-confer won expected that he will speak on
:; OFFICEAND CANDIDATE, tJ "u t> tS TJ 13 U U a I I mention for I business and public relations,
t :. ,.!f a .!: !! .!: .!: .!: .!: <. /!I ence play at }he position of cen- spokesman for the club added. -,.'
._ ... ,', i- u 1] y. Y. Y. M'u f2 .ter. He has :played on the basketball : .....
', [ t ". e .. .. .0.., The chartered' Bun.
Pi Pi P. a a. w a a I[ team for four years. He recently ;
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Governor, I I 1 'J -r J I I I has 'been-a member of the Beta nell Rotary Club meets at 12:30 --

l:: '- Farris Bryant .._..._..____' 22312161 381 27t 271 661 721 57J726 I Club ,for-%two years and has I each Thursday for a luncheon f /

If' Doyle Carlton.eCYetry .......:., ...:......._..____ 118J175J 81] 36L.il t 5l/| 321 171448 I served as,vice president. He, hasbeerTaT meeting.. ; '
?\i;" .._..... $ .c ..,..;.ate .'"' ..... ,.. r_ .". I ;'"- t r' I t'I I y I- member ot the"Hl Club'for '. .1 t *Cfifter of Starke, vet-""

\ Tom Adams'; ____,,"_. _, -' ._? ;, .. 21111991 ?9f 411,231\,77JI ) 721} 411703--I I two years and;has served for : eran of 10 years in the legisla-

: Jess Yarborough -..__..:...__......_:' 3411001| 6f ,71 '71'91 I 121201195 one year as treasurer of the club. Floridians Own I ture and former speaker of the
Commissioner of Agriculture r i .) I 1 I I I He made application for and House, was -elected with nearly

: DoyleConner .._ ____.L:....___ 260254J| 421 '531 301 911 .86| '481864 was accepted by the early admissions Vast Number I a 60,000 majority over his opponent -
f.J' W. R. Hancock .___.. .........r._._ 491107I/ 44J\ 6J 15J24J 16J201221J / program of Stetson I} W. R. (Buster) Hancock.
County Commissioner, Dist. 5 -.I I I I I 1. I J i University for the summer of I Conner will be the youngest
Lyman L. Gage _.-.___ 811,282259jin! 19] 41 251 241| 42J501/ 1959. He chose, however, to accept Of Automobiles person elected to a'State Cabinet

: Otis S. Hunter ____.... _.,.. 22[ 44f34. 911 '801{ 331674 an appointment to the Na- office. He will succeed the
t National Committeeman I f'J I I I I 1. tional Science Foundation Summer Floridians own 1,923,000 pas late Nathan Mayo. ; -
r; Bob Johnson ---' 251 551 21 101 01 81 81 10J118/ Camp at the University of senger cars today, enough to
r-s :' Roy C. Jones ___.__ 101 l 281 21| 71 21 51 91-'51'{ 68 Florida for that summer. He has I- move the state's population at SECRETARY OF STATE
James "Jimmy" Milligan r..'_ 14811481 25J *241'.111 59 381| 271480 been a member of the band for I, 2% persons per car. Only three

1- Dayton. J. Murray -------- 231. 321 11 21 01 41| .4J 31( 69 six years. He was member of i I states have a higher proportion

.' John M. Spottswood ..... ....,.' ..... 321.231 21] 21 01 61| 31 21| 70 I the track team of Bunnell High I of cars in- relation to popula-
t National Committeewoman I i 41\ i r r i School for three years, and held i r tion and the national average Is 'i

I Polly .Rose, Balfe ______ 25J ;17J 61' 31) 61; '81 1| 4173J,the track record for the 440 I I a little over three people per
< Florence Blakley ... _-- .;.. 271 391 31 71'-31 81 101/ 31100)4171J) yard race for"the St. Johns Con : car, the Florida State Chamberof M v .

r i ": Myrtle G. Brown ....._..__ _.._.._. 231 201 11 11 'OJ{ 101 121 i.ference for one year. He also Commerce reports. P
Grace Jeffries Cogan __ 61131.21 .21{ or[ QI 01HI 21 25 :! participated in the 1960 State i 'Ten,years ago, Floridians rode
fi, :Mrs. J.'O'Neal (Mary) Cox __ '911 851 -12)) 5J 21( 191; 1112361 Science Talent Search, : 3.8 per car, on the average, com

f .Peggy Ehrmann -.--.. --__?._:..... 101 151 It; 11 0121} 41! 11| 34 I pared with a national figure of-:,I ,
Dotty Hallock _...... ....____ 13] 331{ OJ 101 .2] 7T 21 101 -77 I,MarbleChamp: 4.1 persons. Since that time
y; Naomi,T. Murrell...___.w--- 8J121 I 21 41! 21[ ,21 41| 51 39 I Florida passenger cars have increased I II State Senator Tom Adams of
:: Janet'B. (Mrs. Lucian) Thomas,.. 121| 24J147J166J If 11! '01 91| 21) 21 5122J472 To Attend V. F. W.: 176 per cent in number Orange Park was cte"dwith'
George Smothers for President 221 25J I llj 491 30J while population grew 78 per over 114,000 majority over Jess

Convention cent, the trade body pointed out. Yarborough for Secretary of
There were three Republican 2. For Republican National State Other types of motor vehicles State. '
?' caSt as follows: For Republican Committeewoman, three votes Arrangements to attend the with Florida licenses have gained -

National' Committeeman, Atkin- for Williams. .For Nixon for State Convention of the;V. F. W< at even a'faster rate than I Mr. Cannon To.Be
sonO ,Battaglia, 1 Gulhnartin three votes.
; ; president in Orlando June 9-12 were madeat automobiles. Light trailers, .

5 c* .. the post meeting Tuesday numbering 136,804 by the end I I Guest Speaker
ftj / evening. of 1959, are more by 248 per
I Burnsed hit a home run for the
$ iI2I Delegates named ,to the con cent than in 1949. Heavy trailers -
Appliance boys. Sunday EveningRev.
vention are Richard Palcezwski/ now 3&309, are up 213 per
< : > ;. I guess this'' little spark will I Raymond Smith, Eugene Nipper, ,cent. There are 85,395 house W. L. Spicer, Jr., pastorof

". ." :E Ical7cIk -. get those Firemen going as they Harold Higginbotham, and Wil I trailers with Florida licenses, up the.Bunnell :Methodist Church,
'. ..c- have the hitterand the field. I fred Hunter. Alternates will be : 228 per cent. II said today the topic for his sermon -
: ( /: Leslie Poche) We will see' tonight as they I Sam Haywood Dale Brown, Buses of all types number 6-, at the 11 o'clock worship

I -. Well our softball league' \ish meet the Lumber Co. in the I Ralph Harbert, and Gene Bar I 857, ,a gain of 56 per cent dur hour will be "A Joyous Experi
tied.''up again .with the Oilers second game, and I know Cliff ber. ing the- ten years. Trucks now ence.*'
t< 5-1 and-'the ,Lumber Co. ,5-L Sheffield is going to have' his &lr. Hunter said the District total 290,726, a 79 per cent in I Rev. Spicer also said Mr. John

& 'Gayle Mereer pitched 3-hit ball team all tired up after that Mon' Marble Champion John, Akins I crease. Cannon of the Bunnell High
r' and:shut GUt theVadsworth"Co. day night loss. Lef,go Firemen ot Bunnell, will go to Orlando All told, '2, 69,732 motor vehicle J School Faculty will be guest
gOTh .Oilers, played ball like and see If you can put out that to compete In the State Tournament I licenses were issued in speaker at the Suunday evening .
champs',and''old Cliff Sheffield, :fire The first game tonight will on June 11. This will be Florida last year, a gain of 196 I worship service. The service be.
manager ef ''the: Lumber CcL, got .find the Oilers, facing the Appliance held In connection. with the convention I per cent .during the past ten I gins at 7:30.:

two ,oC the hits for his team, team, Mr. Hunter, said. years. Vehicles on Florida highways i The Methodist Youth Fellow-
but his teem mates ran ,out of I sure WOUld like to take this with out of state licensesare ship will elect officers at their !
"-,' umb i.,: Or was it that Manager :time to/thaftkour' swell fans. Lions Club Names> not included ,in these figures j meeting which will be at 6 o'-

J Lamar'mnls had' his., team wellC [The bigger the'' crowd the better I II Delegates To Meet .:. clock
The w S.C. S. will meet at 9
oiled 'that. night: I the, boys play: See you all at '
,, _, '::', t i the "ball:. aae. Leonard Moody, and Bob Cook Slice peeled and pitted fresh A. M. Wednesday morning, June
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ThO .Flagler 'Beach Firemen l were named delegates to the t lychees over cottage cheese., 1. Sunday evening, June 5, will

;. have .prated the 'winning State ,Lions Club convention In Serve on lettuce, garnish with I be the CandlelightCommunion. ,
column t*ren .over the Harris l, With a j..roux serving of Miami at the ,club? meeting Monday parsley, Serve chilled with tart service:: .
.,. Applia_: S4L Howard Lew* I sec tie dieter is less likely I French dressing. I

;: pitched-a, nice' fame'_aDd: >te to ,crave: high calorie desserts I Visitors, at [Monday's meeting I i.ed: costs average -$218per
team matll'ept.-- him some of 1 md betww meal snacks as were/MartY CHtfer-d of Jacksonville .. Be. :couteous around schools.Especially dairy.cow, per year in Florida,
f-;x their 'besf-pport'; ..! Bic' beeC 'ptovitaB! protein, vk mlns. and RtMtelpte Peterson of when you're the I I according to Florida Agrcultur| .
r .LiUlefield\fliii;$*& -, Jim I Ii and D MrdI- Pieson. i driver, I al Extension Service.
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PAGE TWO .' ... ,,::.:..\ THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA "': --: 1-:';" '', '",Thursday, May 26,-'-A.r Q'i'

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-. !- st ry, survives. The 'god Tang-, en cupboards. Mats serve as i -
France RetainsWallisFutuna ::v
alda supposedly caught Uvea, !chairs and beds. Pillows are log I ,

the main Island in the Wallis .sections sometimes set on four I

group, in. his net Impressed by i legs. I PERCE STRINGS" *

its beauty, he secured Uve'a so

Paradise of Pacific"Tiny .that it could not float away. The i i Subscribe. to The Flagler Tribune ANO'ntAT E 'DOSE t waaosl: N0.'tNATS ,lusr raxE A Lo0r4 Ax '
PLAIN
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Wallis, and Futuna Islands lengendary net has becomeUve'a's ; $2.50 A Year In Advance ;I TuaEs eVC rraaY I

) which recently' voted to I presentdaycoral reef. t "' MiaaoR HARDWAREAND FLAGLER.

retain their ties with France, i j
are ; The islands entered European tfiAPNABouTTHATPlfiASeS
known to few westerners history in 1616'when the Dutch' '* I
ex-I Frank & Glad'sSHOE y
cept stamp. collectors. navigators Le Maire and Schout. i

Yet\ the islands epitomize an I en came upon the Hoorns.' A I REPAIR

office worker's dream of a century and a half later, Capf ,/. MOODY BLVD.
Wallis discoveredthe i Block West of Railroad f
ical in which to troP-I' tain Samuel
paradise, General Shore RepairAREA .
group that bears his name. i
.away from it alL" Swayingcoconut ._
the rumored -- --
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searching- -
and breadfruit trees He was
shade houses thatched with j "southern continent," then inspiring .

banana leaves. Handsome I. exploration of the South

men with long black hairweave, i Pacific. I I BUSINESSDIRECTORYl' i

bark mats and hangings. Tall In 1837 :Methodist missionaries !

bronzed men ride seaward in from Tonga reached Uve'a.' t '. ,I !i j

outrigger> canoes. They were massacred, as a Cath t AUTO BODY 1 The, Coolest Spot for the Coolest FUEL OIL 4
Draft BeerSANDPIPER t
Rising in the central. Pacific olic missionary who landed on ODELL HERSEY'S BARGIFTSLUNCHES KING'S TRUCK STOP .

between Samoa and Fiji, the I,Futuna. But with the help of PAINT & BODY SHOP PHILLIPS 66'GAS & OILs. 1

islands are ,divided into two I the French Navy, other priestsof Complete Collision Service On the Ocean ;Side of AlA 3 Miles Delivery in the County,ori'
about 120 miles the Marist order converted 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE North of Flagler Pier
groups forms the Wallis Islands apart.On@ I the islanders to Christianity.A Body & Fender Work "Keep Cool at George & Millie's" Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fuel, j
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... Gasoline
Painting Matching. Free Estimates -
the other; the Hoorn chain whose : France did little but U.L 1 So. OF UUXNELb PHQNE HE 92156BOTTLE
first U.S. 1 N. BunnelL ID 7-3678- '
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ID -
Days 7-3372 :Nite ID 7-3267 ;
only inhabited island is Futuna, send an occasional warship to I

the National Geographic' Society. support v the missionaries, but t AUTO SERVICE GASJiARRIS FURNITURE '
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says. her ties with the islands have BOTTLE GAS

Island Caught in Net I slowly tighened. 'Today Wallis McDANIEL'S BOTTLE or BULK REED'S

Early history of the islands and Futuna, 'with, a total area Service Station FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY Discount Furniture

is lost in'the mists,of Polynesian'E Eof less than 100 square miles, HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY I UP TO 50 I

legend, but a colorful creation comprise an overseas territoryin STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS PHONE ID 7-3551 % DISCOUNT
On Furniture and AppliancesNew
, the French Community. The Tires-Batteries-:Minor Repairs Help Flagler County Grow I
and Used
CLASSIFIED'I territory's 10,000 citizens are administered Bunnell ID 7-7119 By Shopping at HomeBUILDING 1100 Flomich Ave.-Holly, Hill
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: from Noumea; New M

. Caledonia. They grow coconuts, Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRlCATION SUPPLIES FLOOR COVERING I

ADS breadfruit, bananas arrowroot, WICKLINE ,
,
1 IL4tlnp
yams, taro, and other crops. GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen Tilecraft Company
Building SuppliesCEMENT
gndee tWa headlac aft Uve'a produces copra for export. "LET US FLOOR YOU"
7 A.M.-tO P.M.-1
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", 2 ccJtUi per word eaea iaaertl. Days BLOCKS .
CEMENT & Ken tile
Armstrong
influences indigenous
OO,cent la minimum eharare Despite French '
State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 '
customs persist Like STEEL Sold and InstalledAll
. FOR RENT-2 bedroom unfurn
_:" ished house, $40.00 per month. other Polynesians, the islanders Colonial Service Station Flagler Beach HE-9-2254 Work Guaranteed
Ormond Beach OR 7-3181
observe taboos, especiallyin -
: Call IDlewood 73324. 5-26-ltp many EARL E. RICE ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION
and building. i
; fishing canoe CLEANERS GARDEN SHOP
FOR RENT-T Small furnished On Futuna, residents present
MOTOR TUNE-UP Garden Center
cottage for rent near school. I their turtle catches to the king BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERX Gray's
I GOODYEAR TIRES & .
r Suitable for couple ,only. Phone or village chief, a practice stem .BATTERIES Headquarters for Gardening Need
: u So HIWAY 1 BUNNELL CLEANING Ceramics, Gifts Dry Arrangement
ID 7.3706 ID 73360. .5-26-ltp when
:- or ming from the time ncr Materials
SERVICE
but the king } kill a Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers-
one coed
FOR SALE-4 room-:hoifse oh _. GET YOUR GOBOYand Open Dally S to 6
turtle. -- make Carts with McCullock TORO LA\VN MOWERS ,
'CLOSED THURSDAY NOON
Deen Road, furnished or un. 147 Tomoka Avenue-Pit OR 7-0511 '
'I Matrimony All ImportantIn West Bend, or Clinton 'Engines. Phone ID 7-3188 ORMOND
furnished. Box' 7, ,Rt, Bunnell. t -
,, few countries of the world Tires and Cart accessories at 115 N. Bay St 'Burinell

May 19.26.2tpWANTEDWater has marriage assumed such im CORBETrS SUNOCO SERVICE GIFT SHOP. _t

storage tank.I portance as it has on Futuna. STATION CONCRETE PRODUCTS '

open or closed top with 800 to ..In pagan' days Futunans believed Bunnell Tel. ID 77123Hall's. Fresh Orange Juice;;

2000 gal. capacity. Phone HE 9-1 that no unmarried per Your "Q" For ConcreteDial
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Atlantic StationJack THE AUTRYSSOUVENIRS
2043. 5192tpTerritory sons could be admitted to-langi, CL 38113DAYTONA

_ .", I' or heaven, where endless feasts Hall, Proprietor & GIFTS '

(; I open In this county for and amusements awaited the GASOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccessories BEACHQuillian's AlA at 4th St. FLAGLER BEACH '
AVON Representatives. For inter- elect after death. Before celibates
.. view with no obligation write I Concrete Inc
' ; Mrs. J. Mllanich.. box- .%U. Lock- could be admitted even into fale ROAD SERVICE ; HARDWARE -I
hart. "
mate, the Futunan purgatory, BUNNE L Tel. ID 7-3652 '
Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.
their spirits had to undergo DRUG STORES ,
FOR RENT-furnished 1 bedrroom JOHN DEERE
special punishments.Getting Sullivan's Gulf Service Agricultural&Industrial Equipment
; apartment just' renovated,I I
. married still involvesa Anderson Drug Store STEEL
month' ID 7.3304 GULFGA80ILSLUDRICA
$30.00'per
:
I Bars & Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled
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curious betrothal ceremony.The .
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, 55tfRABBITS I TION Prescriptions Black&Galvanized Pipe & Fittings ,
; I suitor, with an officer'specially TIRESTUBESACCESSORIESDeA.ch Information Sick Room Supplies LAWN MOWER REPAIRS

.", for sole-Calif ornia i i appointed as a witness, goesto 'Specializing- in Service and Sundries DEEN RD. Phone r* 1314S-
pedigreed rabbits' breeders with the home of the girl of his I Clean Rest Rooms"In
1 I The Heart of Flagter Beach BUNNELL
" self cleaning hutch, and does choice and speaks to her through THAT FAMOUS PAINT ,

... with litters. Contact ,A.C. Rodgers !I the wall. If she accepts his 'I Exclusively atFLAGLER

c Phone ID. 7-3711-nlghts I It proposal a gun,is fired to announce -.AUTO REPAIRS Moodys PharmacyFlagler .

. ;' ID '7-3366. 5.12-4tp the engagement. Shields Service Station Count '8,"Corner Drug Store BEACHHARDWARE
. a41rL
: ,' I a wall is PRESCRIPTIONS
through
I Speaking Arcadius Habel., Mechanic .
ARRIVED! 1
JUST i, not difficult, for Futuna homesare f DRUGS-SUNDRIES .
' COMPLETE AUTO' REPAIRS Flagler Beach HE 9.2103
New 'Melodigrand',Spinet Pianos
j FOUNTAIN SERVICE '
made of a wooden framework ----'
FY. I Right, Now We'll Overhaul and -
: $445.00 Easy Terms. Thompson 1 with thatch roofs: and light Repair Your Power MowerNo BuanelL Fla. Phene ID 7.3661 Village Hardware Center

Music Co. 135.Volusla Ave., Daytona lat- Job Too Big Or Too Small
walls of palings, screen or HOUSE PAINTS
Beach. CL .28215. 111 No. Bay St. BunnenEDGAR'S ORMOND PRESCRIPTION
tice. Baskets are used for kitch1YJ' Match and mix any colorBuilder's
April 7-tf GARAGE PHARMACYSick Kitchenwore-
' Supplies
.,
>< .N'fdr.YLVWt'
NEW HOME .FOR" ALE or rent : 24-Hour Towing Service Room Supplies-Sundries GIFTS GREETING CARDS
ALFOBDRegistered
I F. 24-Hour Prescription Service I AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420 .
2 bedroom 6 room house with REPAIRS
COMPLETE AUTO
I Free Beach
Delivery la Flagler
; central heating and air con: 1YJ' Automatic Transmission Service I
Rt. JEWELER
AlA 1 mL North of
End
ditioning. Complete kitchen. Estate Broker: Wheel Balancing Alignment-Front ORMOND BEACH-Tei. OR 7-1661 r '

,. Capitol Motel, Korona, Fla.. :.ao Granada Ormond-OR 7-0803 I O. F. BEACH .
' Flodca ji.
8uDBelL Thompson'PharmacyYour I ,
Jeweler
ID 73649. April 7-U .. .
.,; -', SMM.StYNir'. hM1A....1KYTHE .-. AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONHOLLY Health. Is Wealth i Elgin 'Vatches-Dlamonds

.' FOR SALE-Three ideal lots on Put Your'PBESCBIPTIOHS Exceptional Gifts

North Moore St. close to school, OUTBOARDER HILL 1- Watch Repairs Engraving

paved street in town needs no Authorized Evinrude Dealer HYDROMATIC'SERVICERepairing In Our Hands 49 W. Granada Ormond BeachOR

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Of human baby's, supplemented Beach Wednesday, June 1st, all the I Sunday when he killed an 18-
; Happy Elementary
I; ;:. I withoranges, bread, sweet po Flagler Beach Elementary School I inch coral snake in his backyard. ]

:. : Gorillas Star at i tatoes, and 'regular baby food School NewsBy classes are going on picnics and I Ed Schatz and his family went .

: :custard. pudding. other kinds of outings. The to Neoga Sunday for a picnic. 1

t;r Washington Zoo They now get three hearty ( Holly Golien) fourth fifth and sixth grades are Gloria Prather just filled up

1 I meals a day, consisting principally going to Silver Lake. The sec. her U. S. Government savings
it
Well seems that one
< Two playful gorillas brought I of a slab shaped cake call- every ond and third"grades are goingon stamp book and got her $25.00 -
.was on the beach over the week-
-.; = upon a modern scientific diet ed "Diet A," meat mixed with a train trip to New Smyrnaand bond. Savings pays off.
:- '" and old-ffishioned affection six kinds of grain and other In. end.Linda the first grade Is going to )1I I
I:' are Skolar -_ "1!
went to Juniper --------
: star attractions at the National gredients. Diet A is supplemented She Marineland. I
-, Springs. said she had a I Claude League has just comeback REFINANCE YOUR DEBTS ,<
i Zoological Park 'here. by oranges, kale, and spoon
nice time' except she got lost from Haleylvolle, Alabama. With a Long Term ..
'H; The happy apeS are Moka and fed vitamins. The gorillas con- ..
in the nature trail.
i: who sider the oily vitamins I I Roger Dykstra had a fright
: .: Nikumba, like nothing bettt a great Then Johnnie Ruth Miller wentto FEDERAL LAND BANK
;>!! ter than a romp around the treat. They smack their lips and 1- .
Lake City yesterday to Spring
:rte-.'t .:': '. cage with .their keeper and en- grab for the bottle. Hill :Methodist Church for its FREE PAINTOne FARM LOAN

joy 'entertaining Zoo visitors. Nikumba and Moka were kept
.t'- hundredth year celebration. extra gallon of your choice R. W. BRYAN -
Moka, female, six old behind glass in their early !
i-: years ; yearsat
i ? Our sixth grade graduation is with( each gallon you buy Production Credit Assn.
: <; and Nikumba, male, five and a the 'Zoo to prevent infection.
: set for June 2nd at '7:30 P.M. in Wednesdoy.lO:00PALATKA !
1:1 > half, are among the select The outdoor portion of their cafetorium. I Mary Carter Paint Store FLORIDA
our The public is 'j
:: I company of gorillas in capitiv- cage now is not glassed. invited. A I Alan Weatxata shopping Onter .. t
5( ity. There are only about twof.t Besides proper food and pro :.I !,
". dozen in UniTed States zoos, the tection, the pair get affectionand I I II

r'i.- National Geographic Society attention from their keepers. 1 I MECHANICS TI c iOuiECsNEW 'j
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[.0 > : Natives of 'French: ;, Africa always has liked to roughhouseand CRANK SHAFT GRINDING SERVICE i iI

t, ;, The pair came Washington enjoys taking his' keeper's School fteutl : !
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i:'s in 1955 from their native French, hands and leading him on a by William Neil Eddingex I Special Introductory Offer .-I II

;t' Equatorial Africa.. Moka weighed fast run around the cage. Telephone us COLLECT for Information ;1

'. 20 pounds and Nikuraba 17: Moka, however, likes to be I Monday' we had a big track I Tel. VALLEY 9-2376 I
cuddled. The first time the at-
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Today a
""- pounds. meet. The fourth, fifth and
h- -. carefully planned diet, Moka is tendant went into the cage, she sixth grades took part and it Perry Brothers Machine Works I
screamed for 45 minutes and
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a sleek 130 pounds dnd Nikumba
I lasted over an hour. Here are
F' a solid 165 pounds. would not let him out. She the results. 44 S. Whitney St.--24-Hour Service-St. Augustine Florida .1.1I

t'.,; Gorillas once were,a rarity in wanted to be held. Walter Kersey, fifth grade, I
. captivity because iuwas thought Perform for ,Audience the 100 I

t.{ they could live on fruit alone; I I When a suitable crowd gathers seconds.won Jeep yard Worley dash won in 13.6 the r....."."."....,r.., ...",.,."'....! ..................... .-.. ....... -
and the spirit moves them, "
even though they languished 220 yard dash in 34.5 seconds. FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGH F ;
( Moka will clap her hands and
: such diet.
< on a They are subject The sixth grade won the 440
r'' ; \ to...many human ailments, especially Nikumba will pat his feet. yard relay. -
Nikumba also stands on one AMBULANCE ,
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tuberculosis, bronchialdisorders
t- Billy Cauley, sixth grade, won
',,- and colds. With foot and twirls. PHONE VAlley 4-1625
prop. the pole vault at a height of SERVICE
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Like all male gorillas, NI.
food, and attention
gorillas
,er: 6feet 8 inches. Jeep Worley won ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
kumb occasionally beats his
t>' in zoos now grow as heavy as the high jump, 3 feet 8 inches.
'':' \ 600 pounds and should live as chest with his fists. Moka John Johnston won the shot Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

-" long as 40 years. usually responds by patting her putt of 17 feet. In the sixth are always at your service with promptness, safety andexperience.
I r. Moka, and Nikumba started on self on the rust-colored fur
grade, Pat Barrow and John .
f. a milk formula, slmilarto a covering her head. Akins led, in the hurdle races

Both are well- behaved, though at 1$ seconds. The fourth and Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator'
Y Moka likes
to tease the keepersby
fifth grades had a final score
CITIZENS BANK running* off with her water
f, of 26 points. The sixth grade Garcia Funeral Home
Nikumba .
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Six more days until school is
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regular, pen. Nikumba is un _.,_J .,t .' y,,?...v....... ....................._.J'............... ...............1'...."'...............bVb i
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tantrum.

MONDAY Neither has displayed of
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gorilla who has spent 32 {

It. Observing years in the ,Philadelphia Zoo. \,

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PAGE,FOUR: -,- :', ."; :;:' ::i.-.i. THE: "-fLAGLER. .. TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLORIDA .;;.Y;*. Thursday, May:;26 *1960. I
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,', ." LUNA BABBITT .- :'.- I in. Grand Rapids, :Mich.. .: YEARS. ".-,;'':... r- ,,\
Telephone HEmlock 9-2099 ,
I John Nelson left Tuesday for :- IN THE MAKING $-j: :
New York City where he has :. t
FLAGLER,, BEACH' 'W. J. ZILCH DIES SUDDENLY
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passage on 'the Queen Mary to
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SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS :;:- William ,J. 'Zilch, 65, ,passed London, England. He plans to graduate f' :;

The Graduation Exercises for away suddenly last Thursday 'visit there with relatives for I and America's, / 1
the' Flagler Beach School will night in Savannah, Gar Mr. and three months. .
be held during the final meeting :Mrs. Zilch had spent a short
of the PTA for this year. It time at their home here and :Mr. and 'Mrs, Mike Sullivanare 'I proudest
h'as been set for Thursday evening returned to Savannah three'days leaving Friday for Rulton, watch
June 2,'at'730 P.M. There befoie his death.A Ky., where they will spend their -. !
will also be Installation: of PTA native of Cleveland Ohio, vacation visiting with friends ..*
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officers for next year and refreshments he had just retired as a supervisor and relatives. :-
served by the '-h s.' for the U.S. Customs ServIce .
pitality, committee.MRS. In Savannah They built a Visitors with Rev. and Mrs. :
I BULOVA
home here within ,the last five Reynold Hoover were Rev. and
BREDE HONORED years.He Mrs.: Franklin Jordan of, :Milwaukee i
IN ORLANDO, _" was .buried in Savannah Wis.. and :Mrs. Alfred ;. PRESIDENTHere _
Mr.. and Mrs. Frank ,Brede Sunday. Among his survivors Biedelman from Naperville, 111.I

were weekend visitors' In Orlando are his wife, Mrs. Gladys Zilch, it is! The finest gift for your
with his son in law and and two daughters. Mr. and Mrs William Babbitt favorite graduate. Every detail of dial,
daughter, Dr., and Mrs:.WilliamH. .1 were business visitors in St. case'and band are blended In total
Kelley. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hart planto Augustine Tuesday and'Wednes design Bulova 23-jewel world-
Dr. and Mrs. Kelley entertain. leave the first week in June day. famous movement assures lasting
ed at a dinner party on Satur-' for New,York City and the New accurate.'service. See our complete
Prtsldeat'se
day evening at.Ihefr home honoring England, States for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Axel Johnston I ec ti.on of these magnificent. timepieces. Distinctive, unusually styled
Mrs. Brede who, the ,Or. and Mr. and Mrs. H. Combs of case and dial,23 Jewels, shock-
resistant precision for .
adjusted
lando Sentinel stated, was a Enjoying a weekend of, fishing Mt Morris IlL visited here with lasting accuracy. $69.50
former resident there and' also here were E. :M. Robinson C. H. Rev. and Mrs. Reynold, Hoover ,
the new president of the Flagler Robinson and son Terrance .of from Monday until Wednesday;
FRED A. FRUITS Jeweler
Beach Woman's Club. Seville, and George Nettles of ,
Among the invited guests were Palatka. The Methodist, Church picnic
\ Dr. and Mrs.: Jim Hudnall, Dr. will be Saturday afternoon,'June U. S. No. 1 :i Bunnell Florida :'
and Mrs. Dave Hicks and the Mrs. T. J. Miller spent last 4, at Bulow IJuins' State Park. ,.
honoree's husband and hotess'es]| weekend in Miami. attending 'a All members and friends of the I
', father, Frank Brede. convention, of,Dental' Assistants.. I church are invited to attend. Prtc..Inetud Federal Taxi \ '
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CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS ,, .
Food
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Money Saving ,
Sevrices in the Community --
Memorial Church for the next

.. two weeks will be conducted by FIRST CUT ,(Western) 1 FLORIDA CRYSTALS
Howard J. Wisehaupt. Rev. and


.,. for Mrs.toring a R.two through W.weeks Dickert Ohio vacation left indo Monday Penny, mo Pork Chops 3="lbslOOSUGAR;: 5'lbs 39

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sylvania where they will vjst! }
with relatives I .
ant frlendsv
Mr. Wl el upt'S' .subject next FRESH, D-D' ROASTING 'i : Limit (1)) with $5.00 Food: ,Order.,,.. ,,,,,,. ,:..7. .
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METHODIST CHURCH : lb.I I .. Pork & Beans 1OI

\ Rev. Reynold Hoover, minister.
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Theme for Sunday, May 28, "The FRESH (WHOLE) ROCKET Box of 12 ..-

.... school.Clue of Life.If your" 11:30 children A.1.1,are church not I Pigs Feet 1 10 ?1 P CHOCOLATE MARSHMALLOW. : ,
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enrolled elsewhere, we invite I ,
them ,to attend. .
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:Mr. and ,Mrs. A.H. Ritchie and FRESH GROUNDHAMBURGER ,
children, Jack Elizabeth and I '
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Susan are : 3ft : > 0.
visiting this week ,<: >
':' with her brother and sister in i "- -... $ GIANT SIZE
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law :Mr. and Mrs' H. T. Orem.1| WIENERS (Cello Bagj 311,
.. Mr. Ritchie will fly down later
this week from, their home in In The Piece 3ft1,1,
BOLOGNA ( ) .
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L:: his family here.. PIG LIVER (Whole). 3ft! '

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:: ., ;' Mr. and Mrs. Teddie Price of OX TAILS 3ft,
Seville are receiving congratulations (1) with $5.00 Food.:Order
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f. on .the birth of a son SMOKED SAUSAGE 3ft !
on May 14 at' a 'DeLand Hos1' "
? BLUE PLATE. PINT SIZE
:: ; pital. Mrs, Price's ,grandmother, SMOKED. HAM HOCKS 3ft
r J.. Mrs. Mittie :McKinnon visited "

J-- her in Seville Thursday after NECK BONES .:. 6ft. MayonnaiseGARDEN 29
t ; ,' she had returned .from the hos .
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T Mrs. ,Elsie Graham of Seville .
.\,..\ spent Saturday here at her beach 5 tb BOXFryer FRESHString


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f'I I ibout 1943::; with fri eids would .f
like' tp "cet in touch with. any- Fioriaa "

//fi.. > f i or.c7ho knew his parents Mr.
!*>' and M=.William Janssn.: His
r'' ,- SENIOR CLASS MEMBERS DONNA AND JIMMY AKINS' 'i parents were: !:iUacllp; nn ac-l- Voters
I .1 dent in Ceorgi" 0:' ;Couth Carolina .
i' HONORED AT A .BUFFET' HONORED ON BIRTHDAY5r
r around 1940 o? 1941 and he t for
:' DINNER SUNDAY' NIGHT .. j ANNIVERSARIES :. lived lere wIt='t friends until
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:;; The 1960 graduating class of j i :Mrs-Henry :Mikuika ent t1aln.. ii iirwW4 :
'," Bunnell High School 'were hon :led: with a birthday, party on Anyone having any of this in : .
1 < ored, at a dinner party Sunday j\Vednesday afternoon, at her formation are asked to contact ;;!'
j evening prior tq'.the Baccalau J home in Korona, honoring .her I The Tribune office JD 73282. >...
t .- reate Service. The :.affair' was J daughter and, son Donna and Jansen plans to join the Alrforce :

i:.: -: .. held .at..the Walter Morris home Jimmy Akins. Donna was c and would like to secure. this STATE COMP\ ROLLER : .
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',',. -' on North Chapel.. | brating her twelfth., le-I information to secure a delayed ... .. -- -, -".- '""-- II'
land Jimmy celebrated his birth certificate, and family records :
.; Seasonal flowers were used in been lost '
J | anniversary. J have I'J
the. roomS where dinner was I ;
.' served buffet style. Hostesses for I( Games were enjoyed .by the!
i J.' ;r- I the party were Mrs..-Morris, Mrs.. young guests and prizes were t. Mrs. Camie Lynn has returnedto Thanks For Your Support ty: ;9., '

: ". Clyde Lewis, :Mrs. ,Rotiert Cook, awarded to Carol Pache, Gloria I work at ,the Citizens Bank I .' .. I!
t. Mrs. Bill Burnsed: Mrs, 'T. DN Johnston, Lewis Smigielski and i after undergoing treatment at ,
Wells,' Mrs Marvin Parker, and George KoczwahskL Other guests I the Flagler Clinic and Hospitaland I'aim deeply grateful to the people of. FlaglerCounty .0' ; I
t. Mrs. Herbert Allen j 1 present were Julie Wilkinson, also at St. Vincent's Hospital ; "l I .... !
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'f;' I Members of the"vigaduating.class : Lee Bourne, Marsha Johnston, in ,Jacksonville. for- support.. '. I
,t -: v- are and Jenie Smigielski. Firs't. Primary. Election by, which you. ';riomi .!
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'. Fern Evie Allen, James Albert Birthday cake and ice cream Kenneth Hunter returned nated me for a otlier' four-year term .as your' '-. ,
4 ',' Burnsed, Arthur Leslie ,Carle: was served to the young guestsby home Monday from a short vacation Sheriff. '':: '"*_ .. '" .;" :', ''I
1":;. v Robert Bruce Cook, Elaine May the hostess.: -. I in Vermont. .; ." ,
. Beverly Jean Haines, ; i : :
'' Charles Houston Cummins, JOHN LEE LOWE i I During the past :four years I .have done n I

ti i i,,. ,Clyde Ronald Lewis.Jack ,Jaszczak George, Judith Miles.1 Mr. 'and :Mrs. F. Lowe'an v R. MOODY I best to be the Sheriff for all the people, and' .r.: I

JoAnn the arrival of a son, John with continued and cooperation "
Moody Jr., Alice :Morris, pounce )To.nr support .
'": Michael Noel Parker, Joan Elizabeth I Lee, ,born at the Flagler Clinic" -shall do so during the next four years with j -
If. Revels, Marilyn Joan Rob- and Hospital here May 22.. : I
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K gins, Charles Henry Rqbson, I
.. '. David Kelley have Painting **t\, i*
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i .' Scott Shields, Lawrence Dewey ( returned to the home of their ',. : i'
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THE .FLAGLER TRIBUNE JFLORIDAt- : : 26
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; < ; -: I I.i Seaside Fiesta I RCA VICTOR I Lot 1. block- 130 ";::"-i/ Davis Fred-:..E10za. 9.S'
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10. Block 138,1' .
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'- '' King H. C. & Peggy 2.88
>k"' : High School UVING COLOR TV Lots 5 to 16 Incl. Block ',

. :- I Starts June 9 at "LOOK FOR TIlE PICTURE 2 of replat of. blks .
144-145-na ...
A.G. ,& Lois 21.77
Headlines IN TUB WINDOW"Southern NE 55 feet of book 26 ... J. .

New Smyrna.Beaeh Radio & Television nape 42 part of lot 4 ... .j .'t. .,
& NE 55 feet of Iota .. <
226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001 : .
(By Betty Jo Revels) I 5-6. block 161 t
.. ORMOND Hill. W. H.r*& Carrie 33.45
r' .f" Dates for the Junior-Senior The llth Annual Seaside lAt 10. Block 165 r__ Thomas Chester. & *"
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and Prom- Friday night esta starts June 9th to Fi-j Lot Rosa 18,74Wolfe.
: Banquet j I ---- 3. except R/W of J

were: Cary _Holland.JoAnn Pres- 1 open the summer play IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF U. S.- No.1. Blk. 167. C Erell. Italian ..-,,..,.... 12,33
FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA. Lot 2. Block 168-' Kennedy.Mary., 11.83
., ton; David ShieldsNancy Bran- Sat the "World's Safest Bathing IN CHANCERY NO. 4018 Northerly 28 feet lot :.11 .
LAURA BROWN, except R/W ot' U.S.
Beach. ;:
nam; Michael Parker : Janice Plaintiff. No. 1. block 168 King Eloise :"L (.12
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VII. Lots 9-10-11-12. Block .
Robert
Lovelace; Cook-Beverly The celebration this year again ELROY BROWN 199'. ... _. ,- ? Sheffield L. & Jr -...... 7.86
Rodgers; Arthur Carle- Linda runs for four: days and in- Defendant. Lot 3, block 252 Henderson. W.A. .&
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NOTICE TO DEFEND
Minnie'. .,.. 27.98
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:Revels; Ronald JaszcakJuanitaPrice cludes two beauty contests, a THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO; Part of Tr 16. book 55'>. .

; JoAnn Morris-Roy Likins; Elroy BrownN. Page 119. block C -;.,,- 10 U.,SO< Edward Rogers R. 1.38
Mrs. 'New Smyrna Beach contest Cuba Road Part of Tr3.. book. 53 :J ; .:
Mary Joe Daugherty Hubert Cuba, New York page 63 ______ 11 12 30H.11
; .,.., ; a "Little Miss New Smyrna M Batten Eddie & Ethel 12.33
LS You '
are hereby notified that a SH lot 5 block 3. Lake \
,:0 c' : Rodgers; JoanHo"ffRon, Schwab. Beach" contest two-day 36- I suit has been filed against you in Terrace Sub ..__ f Capitanelous. Geo. __,. 2.27
the above"entitled cause; and you LINCOLN HEIGHTS SUB '
.r.': ,.i .? Dianne Adams-Jimmy Wolfe; hole golf tournament, a twilight are hereby required to file your answer Lot 10. block '3 S Hill W IL & Carrie .. 2.33
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; 'ten parade flshathon band concerts with the Clerk of this Court Lot 9. block.. .-._:..... Mills. Gradya ._... .._ 1.22
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f, Polly Forson-Jerry Burnsed; and to serve a copy thereof upon Lot 5, block 4 -_ Brown Jerry 1.22

'. lene ,Brock-Thomas Minchew; ,a raammouth fireworks the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney Lot 7. block ,.4 ...._..... Brown. Willie C. 9.59
\ whose and address isr Lots block 5
name 2-3.
Warren. Lula & Theresa -
Jeff Seale-Fern Allen; Betty Abbott display, coronation ball, boat W. Cecil Grant & Osbourne & Jean-

races a water ski show and 407% Main Street ette 8.36
}. ':"< L Walter Coleman; Reid Rob- I Daytona Beach. Floridanot Lot 5. block 6 ._.... --, Butler James ,&- -Mtssey 7.36

:, .' '.. 'ertson-Barbara Smythe; Patty between events, fun on the mid later than June 17th. A. D, 1960. CARVER SUB .' "
f If you fail to do so. decree pro Lots'12-13-14. block w' ... Underwood. Robert &
located at the beach.
.. Tttesen.Al Paquin; Faye Bass- way confesso will be entered againstyou '. : '. Willie Mae 2.83
for the relief demanded in the Part of SEVi of NEh.

.. .' Joe-Brannam; Jim Burnsed- Ca. Contestants from. all aroundthe bill .of complaint. The nature of book 30 page 64 >.15 ':12 30 0.36 Deen. J. C,. & Margaret 32.45
'. rol Christopher; Buddy Taylor- state will enter: the Miss said suit being for divorce. Part of SE% of NE%, -
'.; WITNESS my hand and seal of book 55 page 275..:.. 15 12 30 ,0.24<< Tann. C. H. & Martha 2.27
: Susan Deen; Henry Wells- Seaside Fiesta competition. Sat- said Court this 11th day. of MayA. BUNNELL-IIOBIESITES *

. : ," -: Jamesene Dawson; Danny Frai- urday night, June 11. Beauties D: 1960, Lots 1-2. block 1 5 :' Williams Charlie &
1'; I (Official Seal) 5 \ Lorche. -.,.... 1.38
:' ; ley-Sandy Gumble; Julia Gor- of' the Greater New Smyrna RALPH E. HARBERT. Lots 13-14. block 1 __ S Major. Charlie ____ .88
,. ... !i'- .. Clerk of said Circuit Court Lot 14. block 4 ,....--- -- S UnderwoodJoe & Annie -
,. ,.-: .ifdonHerschal Simpson. Beach area will compete for the I II May 19-26 & .TuneUc' 1.5
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-::-' ,.--; ',:..... '. :Miss New Smyrna Beach title,' -- -NOTICE.. .--- TOWN Tracts 7-8.OF block DUPONT D 23 12 ,30 20 Debol4 X-i 1S..'Vi- ,.'"..,",.,.' 3.32
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J. l;." .: Marlene Ricks-Sammy Bertha Friday night, June 10. This year I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That part Of blocks 65. .. ., ,

:.;, .' Annette Strickland-and date; that the Board of County Commissioners 7991101'west of U.S. ....'
marks the first for the Mrs. New "I
will receive sealed bids on No. 1 block 116 except : : _; l'
; f< -'. '. Larry Smith-Sandy Gordon; :Miles Smyrna Beach contest and she the "th day of June. A. D. 1960 at book 42 page 131 -4.: \ .

q. .. / .,... MoodyLinda Blackwell I the hour of 9:00 o'clock A. M. in & that part of blocks .'. ". '
;.: .r ; will be chosen Thursday night, the office of the Clerk of the Circuit 80-89-10.-114-123-127- .5 5.
Judy Lewis-Ronnie Rouse; :Mose Court In the Flagler County 129-130 east of. FEC :-' .
June 9,. on a basis of home- Court House for the following: Ry & all blocks 90102103115121122 j .

} '_ Atkinson-Linda Harris; Chuck making, cooking, personality, The following pine lumber rough J '

CUmmings and Charles Robson. J I 20 pieces 6 inchx 8, inch.x 12 feet 128 _*- -. Freshman A. D. 7.38
, < appearance in sports clothes and ,' 30 pieces 6 inch x 8 inch x 14 feet SlAt of SE _. 31 13 30 80 Kout. 1L:IL,. Trustee 54.18
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,;. ;. 30 pieces 6 inch x 8 Inch x 16 feet .Book 11 page 513 part. .
: ', The banquet and prom washeld' appearance. in evening,.gown. 12 pieces 8 inch x 10 inch x 16 feet lot 4 -_ 17 10 31 .10 Tyne. J.J. ,_,.._.. 7.58
f. '' 6 pieces 8 inch x 10 inch X 20 feet Lots 8-9. block 1. 'John- .
; .:: '. a t the Bath and Tennis AND the following pine lumber for son Beach Sub .-.,. Taylor, S.A. & Joyce 1.59
.' dressed on' two sides Book 51 page 347 ex # .
Club in Daytona Beach and was ,decking
:{"' To become a champion, fight 150 pieces 3 inch x 6 inch x 16 feet I R/W SR AlA 40 10 31'.5.89 Stephens, 0. J, & Sarah 16.42

: .". chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs one more round.IN 150 pieces 3 inch x 8 inch x 16 Book 40 page 39 40 ,10 31 l99 White; J. H. 1.94
John Cannon Mr. and Mrs.: '100 pieces 3 inch x 10 inch x 16 feet I Book ,51 page 340 T..T1... 40 10 31 15.72 Esposito & Co ...-..,_..._. 67.48<<
; The above to be ordered and JOSE PARK SUB

'. =. Walter :Morris, Mr. and Mrs Carl THE CIRCUIT' COURT OF livered when needed. The Board Lots 11-12 -- _...,..- ... Hoskins Cynthia 9.02 !
FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA reserves the right to reject any ARTESIA SUB
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t:.: : Hornsby, Mr and :Mrs.' A. D_ An. IN CHANCERY NO. 4012 -anlall bids. Lots 1-2-17-18-19. block 1

: LEO BRANCA.. Bunnell. Florida this _,. Combs.-. B.,.& Maxine
' ... derson Mr. and Mrs. Sam Broad- DATED at - 7.18 I I4
: Plaintiff. Lot block 4 ;
17th day of May A. D. 1960. 1.4. Que-ess Laboratories
:f :: away, Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey, S vs. GEO. E, WICKLINE Chairman Inc. .,,, ., ... M8
' JOAN BRANCA. ATTEST: ". Lots 30-31. block 4 ?_ .Combs.,sJames W. 23.78 i
::: 1 '.' = Mr.-- and Mrs.: Charles Tonkin, Defendant. RALPH E. HARBERT. Clerk. Book 28, page. 128. >'" t S

-.:) t and Mrs.. : Cockman. NOTICE TO DEFEND May. 1922tc Block 5. Atlanta I
'. .: Myrtle THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: -- ---.- Beach Sub 1 Gray. H. F. & Beryle 6.34 !I
; \ Joan Branca IN Tim COURT OF THE COUNTY Second addition to ,Ar- '
35-51 Gaul Street JUDGE OF FLAGLER COUNTY.. tesia Park part of Slot

.... > Sixty-two different vegetables Philadelphia. PennsylvaniaYou FLORIDA 2. book 52 page. '
hereby'notified that'a THEESTATE 490 _>.... ,
are IN THE MATTER OF -- a .Padgett. D. C. 2.80
t, : arc (grown commercially.'In the suit has been filed against you In OF STELLA SYGIT. Part of Govt lot 8 .. .. .: : _" .

' Lake Okeechobee area. the above entitled cause;, and you DECEASED book 55... page 292 3511. St-.O.UiV. rmlnte..0Uce.1.54! ,
t are hereby required to ,file your an- NOTICE OF FILING P TITION- .1 tart jot!'!"Govt lot' 1. x ., s; ,..re.-,:. f1. f. r.-. .i' r ;'-1 9 a
swer with the Clerk of this Court;, FOR FINAL DISCHARGE book 47, page 374 36 11 31 0.28 Hall. A. G. ._..- 2.44
and to serve a copy thereof upon OP EXECUTORNotice North. 475.5 feet of
L. the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, Is hereby given that I South 1109.5 feet of
': '" FOR I! whose name and address is: have filed my final returns as administrator lot 2 except book 34 '! ;; !
; : W. Cecil Grant of the estate of Stella page 150 & book 36 .... ,i
S 407H Main Street Sygit deceased;' that I have filed pages 255 & .320 and z .i. =- I
cS ; SHELL FILL & SAND Daytona Beach. Floridanot my petition for distribution and book 37 .pages 67-122 : i
later than June 10th. A. D. 1'60. for final discharge, and that on & book 45 page 1336. -t"S.USmlth. EL.s& Ayleen." 8.79
If you fail to do so. decree pro June 6th. A. D. 1960. I will applyto Part of Govt lot 2. :;; 1-; .
F: ,DIRT CONTRACTSCALL confesso will be entered againstyou the Honorable Duane Deen book 45 page 12 36 .11' 31 2.39 Jenkins J. C. & Mary 3.08
for the relief demanded in the County Judge 'Of Flagler Lot 5, block 6. Cochran .. .. 'J-.
bill of complaint. The nature of Florida for approval of CountYI Place Sub ---. _- .'" f Johns, Theo & .Helen ..' 5.01 ,
said suit being for divorce. returns and for an order of dis- Part Tr U book 54. -. ..- I
" .WITNESS my' hand and seal of tribution and for final dischargeas page 295 "7''. 12 31 0.28iAHen.-A. ; H. & Alice .. 1.38 j I
!, .> said Court this 4th day of May. Administrator of the estate of Lots .-5. Midway Park .- i
'EMIL A.D. 1960. Stella Syglt. deceased. Sub _:._ McDanlel Luculse &
: MISSINNE (Official Seal) This 9th day of May A. D. 1960. i ':- tDonnie 15.09
: ; RALPH E. HARBERT 1 JOHN HARDIN Lot 3 block 5. WhisperIng :
m \, Phone HE 9-2094 Clerk of said Circuit Court Administrator.May 'I Sub Edwards Roger R 1.59 .
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12-19-26 & June 2 5-12-19-26 PartS $ of Tr 4. book .- .
May -itc & June 2-Itc
.. _. _.. 36 page 165 11 12 31 0.15 Dawley. John W. ..._. 1.80 t
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t- NOTICENotice Lots 1-2-3 & the N 38 :
-ti" I feet of the W 44 feet : .z
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/ lot 5 & N 25 feet lot "
'. I IJV TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF is hereby given that the following described lands will be 8 & N lot 9 block 7 Eckerd.' W. B. & Emma 220.64Purvis ,I
':.' i VfjACLRR COUNTY ,FLORIDA. sold at public auction at 12 o'clock noon on the 1st day of June. A. D. i S 38 feet, of W 35 feet' ,... I
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v IN CHANCERY NO. SOTS "I960at the front door of the Flagler County Courthouse in Bunnell. of lot 4 & S 38 feet vLot" ;'0 5 S
EVELYN SOELTZ-SZOETS. Flagler County. Florida to pay the amount due for taxes herein set of lot 5. block 7 ......:.. Carey E. 4.32-
It. Plaintiff opposite the same together with all cost of-such sale and advertising 2. block 27 Gresham, Thomas &

J.F. MERCER: Tax Collector. Flagler County. Florida. v .Shirley ,L 47,42
is WILLIAM SOELTZ-SZOETS. N% lot 12. block 31 ._ ,Mark Francis & Delora 28.89

: Defendant. Description of Land S T n A Taxes A Cost Lots 1-2-3-4-15-16-17- .? .

: 5 NOTICE: TO DEFEND AM Frac ....... 20 18 54 Ward Jake P. ____ 7.36 18, block 51 -_ .WIser..T. H. & Dorothy 21.71 I
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Lot :._
;; THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO, : All Frac. *.. ......... -.. 21 42 18 14 \Vard. Jake P. 2.24 6. block 51 Citizens Bank. of Bun-
:-.' .. William Soeltz Szoets. also WH ,of SWtf.SEU 2 12 29 80 Sheffield. L. S. &. Alma 67,71 Lot block 51' '*nell ,r 14.01 !
,., known as Wllhelm Soeltz-Szoets ._.. 3 12 29 160 Sheffield L. S. & Alma 119.14 Lot 9. Weaver J. & Chance 5.01

.: Melereigasse 8. .. WH of SW3i ......... .- 3 12 29 80 Gresham. John F. 40.89E 12. Blk 39 Moody '_ .
L Modlinff. N.O.. Austria- of SEQ.-_ 4 U' 19 80 John F. 120.3'1'SEI4 Sub _. ,. .. "; O'Connel Lily &West,
Gresham. .
% ;<.,Violet .. _._......_._. I
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r You are hereby notified that a of SW% .,._. ..,,..,. 9 U 29 40 Nilson. Arvid __ 56.54 AMENDED SUB OF VENICE PARK 104.47.
t suit has been filed against you In EH of NW&EH T -.-- 10. U 29 80 Nilson A. & Tanner, Part of block 64 book -' '" ,. S i
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c the above entitled cause and you I
"t:" .-1 '1 '. are hereby required to file your an- of SWU .- ..'1 10 U 29 80 Gresham._.J. *'T. _. 49i84 79.39. Part 55 page of block 341 ,..64._, book, > ,,:White Jasper S.72 \
f! .... nswer with the Clerk of this Court -
Block 11 16 U 29 10 G. 1.8' I
Tr 3. -- -;: Hall. J. 55 374 ._... ..
page Mraz. E. C. & Pearl
: : and to serve a thereof 3.72
copy
upon Tr. 1. Block 12 _37 U 29 20 Voss M. __: 3.32 ;
Lot block 68
the whose plaintiff name or and plaintiffs address Is attorney: Tr, 2. Block 3 _____ %1 12 29 20 Steller. Bernard ._,.._.. 3.32 Lot 14.3. block 70 --., ..-'._.. -Orr John's., Milton Theo.&&Roberta Helen 54.63 3.22<< I i
Block 8 29 13' 29 F. F. 1.89
it Cecil Grant Tr. 1. WH 10 Eldridge. Lot 8. block 77 ?, ,_ Koskela. Andrew &
k"V. Tr. 2. Block 1, except 1
! : 407% Main Street RoadV -_....._. 33 12 29 20 Ramsey. H.J. & Gertrude .N% lot 16. Ocean City Nina --- 3.72 !
r; 'r:, Daytona Beach Florida I
__._,._ .. :: 29.60 I
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.. ::, not later than June llth A.D. I960. aBlock-. except Road .S : Giddens Arch & Ger 1
'- If you, fall to do so. decree pro trude -- ..- -- --- lI.U'
R/W _: 33' 12.9 ,40 H.J.Ger-
.. ; .' confesso will be entered against .. Ramsey 7.02. MAGNOLIA GARDENS SUB

x\:. you. for the ,relief demanded in the .' Tr. 1.. Block 4 ______. "33 12 29 20 Arave. William '1.. 31.96 Lots Lots 1-3456.%. block block 4 -4 Telvington Russell 3.%! I

..;. : bill of complaint. The nature of *All Block 7 ........,.-- 33. 12 29. 40 Ramsey. H. J. & Ger- All block 9 Telvington. Russell 4.33
Russell _
S said suit being for divorce. Yelvington. 2,58
-< trude ... 6.52 .
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'WITNESS fay hand and seal of I
SH Tr. 1 & Tr. 3 Block
Lots
.> said Court this 2nd day of May. 36 12 29 20 B. _____ 3.82 6-22-23-24. block. '
6 Coppersmith. .
Fuqua .... ..,. .Gardner F. R. _
11,44
;. AOMcial 0.Seal Tr. 3. Block 10 .......HH .30 12* 29 10 Thornton. J. AV. 1.89 I Lot 10. block? 6 _- .. Goll R. D. & Ellen 40.08
) ,. ,._.._ ._.. '. %9' J. &
J All Block 4 : 3 13 < 40 Pelllcer. Claude Lots 6-7 block 7 nsion .T., F.
: 'RALP E. HARBERT &
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Mary '. "
I-;, '{ -- Clerk*of=said Circuit Court 2. Block 1-_.........;,., 4 13 29 20 Pelllcer C. J. 3.32 Lot 3 & S- % lot 2. block i : --- i', ur 6.29.
b-12-19-2i 4tcpS :;
':i < .. May .All Block :; ,_ ---_ 4,- 13* 29 : 40 Pelllcer 'Claude' J. & 8F- -_ '- Donald.. Moore' ., ',.85.
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Mary 1...33 Lots 1.%. block 11 .
, : *"- Miller. T.J. & Betty 7.25
,. Lots 123. Block 2. Lots 11-1%. block 13 Schraltzer. Paul J. _- 10.94
; McQueens Park Sub Spurllng. G. M. et al... 12.33 Lots 34 block 17 ..._. Allison. Hester .
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: ; '?\ ::: "' : .:, 9J fir 3llagtcr uTrihanr, Lot. 10. Block 2. Mc Lot 20. block 23 _., Cobb. Ruby P. S.22
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Park Sub _. 'T.
:: Queens Thomaa Lot 13. block 23A 4Maier, Rosa H. 3.3
Lots 1 to 24 incl, block .
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f .. ;T ..# BUIJ1IBLL. FLORIDA Lot 8,. Block D. 32 ._- __ Kloska, Olga _.._....._ lC.4
h Sub ..,::._ C h a m b era KatherineIG'rOC Lots 2-1. block 3. Chueca Amelia /' 1.U
: ,: M. ____"" 2.02 MORXIXGSIOE SUB .
-JONES SUB '. Lot 23. block 3 __. Bailey. Emma M. 1.S4
\.. ': 5S. MRS. M., R. FULLER Editor N34 Bloek D ..._,._.. ..Tonelt.-'Knox ....._ .-.:.. L22 Lots 1314. block 3 _- Price, W. E. Sr.. & Leila I "

.. ( ', "' Lot 2. Block E' ,. HI Scott..Jane 7.36 .... 2.72.-
>; '.. Lot 3. 'Block E .!.,..,_ .Tones. F. FM&rtin. .99 Lot :25.Block S =.jX Amore, Alphonso & :
,,-z> : OMetal '
f< ... De.Isuated : PvbHeatlM Block ..._ ,. 6.25 .
: Lots 45. E Bud Helen _........:......:.. 2.44
; f.r. Mtk'x.tI: *f FlaglerF ,Lot 9. :Block E ..... Jackson. Willie ----:. /7.36' Lot 10. block 5 __.__ Owen. G. F. & Wilmon.
.. I Lot 13. Block E __, >' Toner. Helen )I. '- 1.22 I I time

\- Ceay.: IpaUtles! tkerete Lots 8.', ,Block Ftracr" .._.,, .>iol ., Longwood.
.::: ; sad tk .State (.t; Fisrldap Alice 14.56 Lot 11, block 11 ., ........ Smith,Edith W..1,..,.;,. ,2,58' I
.......... N' 2. Bloek l : J i.U 30 .10 Grant, Bertha T. 1.89 Lot 3. block 11 .I Beard L. W. .:...,.L'", ,,2b8. I
-" <- TOWN&F* JlUN ELI.'; '4.'., \' Lot 3. block 33 ----_ -. unno. ;Evelyn 1:4.
, 7 _- Lot 1; block H r.-., i ;1 i 1$'arriah. Robert & Evelyn Lot 5, block 1. MoWs ,. 'ft.:;: 'faJ"
:: .' ., .l8iatere. ai ."MC'e.. eIaea ratter .ltJoJ -. J.; ;_. i i 2.79 Sub i ,1 'Patrick Ben _. fi:'.-91-CaroJyn : :;: '..
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fif "'. 'February 5.1913.at the satefsety Lot .9. ,Block 8t --=- '..Jones Isaac & Ethel --- _r, ,_ .I 4t;?:.. ".
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?}:i": ', \ Archaic Electorial j i Ingenious creations of the Constitutional All the electorial votes. are form- the honor of a unanimous elec- t

I Convention. "The ally counted at a joint session t tion, though some authorities SEE CYPRESS

P delegates and all other Americans 'Congress in January. have charged that he was more

College Withstands I of the day were more "interested in opposing the "Vir I GARDENS
Electors Bound
with the invention of Morally ;
I pleased :ginia dynasty" of Presidents.
Efforts Electors free to
Reform legally are
: the Electorial Colege than with Some electors have been loyal wnf ir ikJjfct wholly
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man
any
"\ other part of the Constitution .I il:3loa1:01pa2JlpatISpaCommunity',
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4 Nearly everyone complains about historian.. morally bound, to vote for their
) the Electorial College, and' wrote a political party's candidate.. Electors lost Greely the Liberal Republican

:! ;L: :" Congress regularly tries to do .The n a,11 o n's forefathers I their independence with the I and Democratic candidate of

i:; ': something about It. thought the electorial system growth ot political parties Only 1872, died after ,election day before -

' ..',:::- Editorial writers call the Col. would assure a wise careful six electors ever have deserted.l* the Electorial College con-

,'...;...:""" .., lege a fifth' wheel; cartoonists. |1 choice by able men, stop large their candidates; The most recent vened. Three Georgia electors
4:,;;;'.' symbolize it as ban old man a states from wielding too much; defection was In 1956 when voted for him nonetheless, but Memorial ChurohJ.tel'deDomlaaU..al

'fl: -. with a long beard. It' is fre- 'influence prevent any one man an Alabama Democratic elector Congress did not count their

' ,\ : Y ,quently described as archaic, "or clique from -'gaining inordinate I did not vote for. Adlai Stevenson.In Votes. II Daytona Ave.
,.: undemocratic, and ,
2t unnecessary power and keep dema 1820, all but one the the FLAGLER BEACH
-: ., The first resolution to reform I gogues from being swept into t J 232 electors voted for James I YOUR CLOSEST OUTLET
f'!;:;:; the Electorial College was offered Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
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pffice on a wave of popular Munroe. William Plumer of New For Quality Furniture
t.n.r, In 1796, only eight : I Church Service 11:00 A.M.R. .
: years-I enthusiasm. Hampshire voted for John Quincy "We're Out of the
V '.." after the Constitution went into I Hight Rent DlstricrCHRIS'S W. DICKERT. Pastor
,t.. effect. In 1956, the Seriate con.
.r electors it FURNITURE i WELCOME
I picks as many, as has EVERYONE. !
; : sidered and rejected no less than I
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senators representatives. 1660 Rldgewood Are. Holly Hill
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\_ five separate reform plans. In j I
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designating man
.IIIS'IE-StlyIRsured & Rest Assured
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""" 4 getting the largest number of ..
In spite of 'these assaults, the l
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'. Electorial College remains the i .
I GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM
I I second highest, Vice President.The I
f .,;:--i: official body that elects, the
4". : President and Vice President of Twelfth Amendment (1804) J .. t I IJ

I.." T.' the United States, the .National fying required the separate office. ballots identi-' I. H.. T. COOK AGENCY

Geographic Society' ,says.
'7 At, first, state legislatures &f HP AND WE > }
: Ingenious Creation Nonce Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnelf, Florida L
"' ;:::. The method of electing a Chief named the electors. Today t.a x'11 J

-. Executive was one of the most voter casting a ballot for a pres. l o f ._ __ __
!iidential candidate chooses at U-. S

;. the time a slate of electors .
same .
Former Flagler I pledged to vote for that man I CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
A candidate who'wins a majorityof

the state's popular votes, no CRAIG .
A. H. Funeral Director

''i+ :,... Beach Resident matter how small his margin, .], JOHN HARDIN. Associate. -
Y. 1 gets all its electorial votes. Thus

lt:: Dies_ in Sanford several ''Presidents have received So' eASY t AIR LADY' OXYGEN--

electorial, but not popular ma- i TD u5>r CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
:$:=_ .,:: The death of a former resident ; r.
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. : their ,
electors
i- The cast votes (
Lamb learned here .
.:..J,".. Henry was in their respective! t state capitalson t Phone ID 7-3532 '.
: :;: this week. A native of England, .' ,
fd < G he was 86 years of age and had i the first Monday ,after the 7'1,' I
201 E. MOODY BLVD.r BUNNELL. FLORIDANOW
.. Wednesday .In. _
f second December ..
,I :f'>':: resided 11Sanford for several, -
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: years. He died at 'the Seminole .i'" I

.t':." ; Hospital Sanford on December .
_.: '; 14, 1959. .
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s' \ ',.! See The Chevy Show in color Sundays NBC-TV-the Pat Boons Chevy Showroom weekly ABC-TV >, '
t S"',. .: He is, survived by his third
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.. r wife, Mrs. Emma Lumb of San.lord. 5 : 'S..'!: : ..
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i Also surviving:are six sons rY F F

,\" ,'t and daughters by his first marS :..vr

' ::. :c', Tiage. They are Leonard Lumb LOOK WHATCORVAIR ? ... ':{ G.Y .
/'Y'::.., T- tI Newark., N J.; Lily O'Donnell :: f

" ..<'" of Binghamton, N. Y.; Rose Os- "

, -: ... born of Jacksonville, Fla.; Violet '
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,,:! ,4' ::; Henry Lumb of Palatka Fla. .
:,(;;: ;' Also one sister, residing in Eng- ..

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