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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: November 17, 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
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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. ::4i):< ,.' / ; ,-" T BUNNBLL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, ;NOV. 17, 1960 CH&2.5Q;: A YEAR :


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''Cracker Day* HARRIS CONSOLIDATION'EISENBACH. OF Bulldogs Season THIRD FLORIDA IN LISTED HONEY Frank.Upchurch -1 sa


: Q. Draws,, Lartest"Crowd Coy Harris, of: the' Harris Appliance Ends Here-Frday pounds.Florida of, with honey 18.3 in prospect million Speaker 'Friday ::
said 'tOday that
Co., he ranks: third this year among: all .
,is .now ''associated with C. B. hgne accord..
duclng states
-pr For
# Veterans
WithNefberry DayFormer
Saturday Eisenbach in' the Sinclair, Oil .' ing to the Agricultural Marketing ,

Approximately 1,500:spectators. Distributing-: business: in. Flagler (By Leslie, Pache) Service. '
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State Senator Frank .
County.He V is
Florida's production exceeded -
'
the Cracker Day bar.
attended '' Bunnell Bulldogs' meet D. of St. : :
beque' and Horse'5a day said they have been appointed The only by'that of Minnesotaand Upchurch Augustine
as Sinclair Marketersfor Newberry Friday night from heSuwann'OO' California. The state> pro. was guest speaker at the Vet ':
at the associatioai'a
:_'. south \ raceway this area. and will handleall Conference who havea duction last totaled 111 erans Day Program here Friday '
: eight miles of Bunnell: year
Sinclair products.WickIift'e' 7-1-1 record. j= loss for Mayo million -- afternoon at the court house.
:.- ; The Cracker Day program is pounds.
'. ,this Friday night would make Production in Southeastern Rep. W. xWadsworth was .
.'. .sponsored annually by the ,Flag, oj honey: '
.. Newberry the champs. is estimated master of ceremonies and the a'
let 'County' Cattlemen's ,Associate: states this year
'!* '. ,HeadsLocal Newberry's big': four are Tackles at nearly 45 million invocation was given ,by Rev. I i'

,!.- ..-.,,.- UoruWiniWBK.. In the 'games: ;and Doug'lfcDf.fa, who pack i pounds, up''22 per cent over last Thomas Pinner of the Baptist ; -<". ;. :

' >. ,,:.. races sjtfe;:as. follows; -. Shrine Club plenty of speed |n his',210 pound I year's crop. Rationally, the Church and Rev.. W. L. Spicer, 'S :
blocked four '
j, frame as he punts honey is estimated this Jr., of the Methodist Church. a: .
Musical .Chair. Race-1st, Wil crop
; George Wickline was elected this fall Tackles Brown ;
1'f ; Billy The followed the
s fred,'McCormick; Macclenny, and year at 253.4 million pounds, up program pa. ::
president of the Flagler CountyShrine and Ronnie Staley, the team's rade. _
2 cent from last "
Chessman per year. '"
2nd Jackson.
Wayne
':' Club at their, meeting and Ronnie Vitoe,
ville. : top scorer The Bunnell High School band '''f.

sr Flag Race lstt:' Wayne. : Oden, Thursday night the club's No. 1 point maker. : : presented a short program and -j.J
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Social
Other officers elected were AH four Security _
: < -3 d"d : boys are good college the color guards from The American :
it Jacksonville Bud Henry
'.." ., Z. D. Holland, first vice president prospects but talent hunters Legion Post 115 and VFW
o'f 1
s vil1e'
: : ; Raphael Sturman, second have spent extra time checkingout Credits Required Post 5213 advanced the colors. .
':, .Barrel; Race-1st Wayne Oden, vice Homer Brooks fa
president; McDilda. Having. an A-B Prizes for
the floats entered In
i Jacksonville and -3r dj Ed Williams was, reelected, secretary, and W. Have Been Reduced :
-. academic average hasn't hurt the parade were awarded to the :.:.
of Port
(: OrangeQover' C; Sullivan 'Was reelected treas his chance of landing col. Idlewood Club,for first;the VFW :",
, : -
' \ Leaf Race the
Istr Wayne: | Today many people across
:' t .' urer. legiate grant-irj.ald. Auxiliary second, and Craig
f Oden, Jacksonville:and 2nd Wil Directors named O. F. Al-; I nation are receiving social se
are The Bulldogs with a win to- Funeral Home third place. '
= fred McCormick, Macclenny. curity benefit checks,,.made -
possible
> ford who ,is the retirng president I
t night could. have a 500 seasonas The Idlewood Club float was ...
& :Cutting, Horse Contest-1st, :L. for the first time by the
R, McNab, and Henry
? 4.5
; they have a standing.. -whitefloat
-, Red. Simpson,. Ktesimmee; ; .:2nd, WellS 1960 amendments to the social a holdIng huge
i," : ,Big Ronnie Canakaris, tackle,
with
; goblet a red and white ,
:' ', Willard Davis; Miami jfcd. ..Mil security law.Receiving .
; The officers will be installedat
If. and Guard Jiramy Lopez End straw. The lettering in' blue safd :'l
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Kissimmee.
t.t; ton Johns, : checks for the first ,
meeting'of
the December the :
t : Reid Robertson and Center Mike "A Toast To The Veterans. The ;
' club which will' also be ladiesMght McMillan, have 'allowed but one .'time will be working' people and VFW float was a hospital scene !
Rave1st; ; their 'dependents (and also some
: and the. Christmas',party. touchdown iii their last threegames : with nurse and patients. The :i i
; :survivors of workers who have
_' Mateo. 't :" : '. : ,, \;become eligible for benefits because Craig ambulance with children --1;
- WicklineAttends Wilber Sheffield, fullback and serving as nurse, attendant, and :
George
;t' ,:Adutt Ctffpony ,RRee1st, t of a provision reducing
"-.J die: '? ***, ; ; ; Halfbacks Jerrtr Bumsedf two-|tig .amount. of social "security' patient was third place' winner. !'I!
'' Wayne >';.:Ji sSan"MMeo-: : State ,. hard-runMng backs will; give emit; 'Winners of the decorated bi J
v Ott ,. .t Newberry, qwite:. a: night-. GaryTMhMrt for cycles were -Georgey Buckles, _.j
3rd, )Nigh Wlkteri [ required to- qualify
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"' k .I ... .". '.. ..r... >i ekeis&! a ,seafe* G ne-Pellfcei/and-'Kathy West**- .. I
+E : \; ; :Weeded OVw '''':JIefose' ''A_ .. ._, benet4ghas iieen educed about -. ,< ,,- .
and has been, on the ,injured list .1' ; ;
:Raee-1st,:XappV'Simmons, Bunfteil [ I[one-third! Mell D. Eadie, district
.George Widcline :deftdung might see a little action.
Ttlton Bunnell J social ,
; ,3 d-S 'J. ; I manager: of the security-
and 3rd,,1ominY :Motes Palatka. the weekend- forLakelandjwherehe : ,B9NNELL OSED OUT 7-0 office in" Daytona Beach said. Businessmen Here !

President 'Alfred \Tu kei'.. ,ex. is attending the convention,: The Bunnell Bulldogs who Also, receiving benefits for the y

3- pressed: his appreciation to. as.soc4ation .- I of "the State Association of County ,j were really fired up Friday night first time will be widows whose Will Hold

** members and nonmembers :. Commissioners* were nosed ,out by the Hastings husbands died before 1940.. .Before Meeting, .
J. assisted MJ.l! 'Wickllne'Is a member of. Spudsters ,in'the last:quarter 7-0.,
; : who in producing : 'the changes in the law en :.
,board of directors and is i, Tuesday ..Evening :
the
"Cracker'Da)."- could I This gave the Spudsters their acted September, no 'benefitswere

-- ,:not have produced the ', YeRt'w1tho.ut' alSO'serving asa member of fourth St. Johns River Confer-. payable to the survivors The Bunnell Businessmen's
the nominating ,committee forth .
outside ;volunteer .help ence Championship. The Spud of. any person dying before 1940. Association will meet Tuesdayevening

,and:we'sincerely appreciate_ their ir year.Water., sters had, to win this game :to Now, benefits may be paid to at 7:30 at the Bulow

assistance.Flagler.' clinch the title and for three the; qualified survivors of such Park, Old Kings Road south.

Supply Short hard fought quarters' it lookedas persons If the worker, at the Members of the committee

: if Bunnell might deny them time of his or her death, had said there will be an oyster and

:' : County -- Course, Set De e. 1S'v the chance of winning.. The key' credit for at least a year and hamburger roast, and all members

play was a completed pass from a half of work under social se and their wives are urgedto

.Pulp wood Cut ; \ l1 ':drilling, contractors, homebuilders I punt formation at midfield, of curity. attend.

| licensed plumbers and which Rex Knox made a great If, you believe you qualify for Guest speaker will be Robert

Was CordsFlorida's I'state 'health officers are expected catch.; benefits under the amended law, :Mlles, Jr.; industrial engineer of
era 78,080; 'to. attend 'a' .water supply Bunnell picked up a personalfoul it is not too late for you to ap the Daytona Beach Chamber of
short course at Hotel Hillsboro on the play, which moved*]
: .forests: produced 2J. ply, and receive benefits begin- Commerce.The .
in Tampa December 7.8, ,according : it down to the Bunnell 25. Here with
of October.
million 'cerds :of: pulpwood in ning the month meeting will be held at.
electriloatlen
to A.M.'PettI'farm, Parker took It down for a score. '
Additional information about
1956,'marking,a.,lS per cent gain with the Florida the pavilion in the park.
specialist Parker also kicked the extra
from
this
: obtained
be
your
for-ifee; year, eoiparedtoo. a 12 ,. Extension Sere can
Agricultural point.
social.security office. The people ,
increase : /!
cent thrroughout ; :
per: .. iP-
ice. Jerry Burnsed and Wilber
there ,will also be glad to assist
State the: Southern. ,Chamber States. :of,' the Commerce Florida I The two-day .session_,will emphaize'princples Sheffield led the Bulldogs with you in applying for benefits,and Urges Hunters to;:' :
of well Ronnie Canakarismade *
: 91
proper yards gain. will
tell what proofs you *
you : '.
reported.' ,which. I construction necessity for adequate 13 individual tackles. need'to establish your eligibility Get Licenses Prior :-
"Counties
; producedmore
c planning .of water supply Some very good defensive plays

than"'40,300 cords. last year and waste IISPosalI JUt es in were made by Jimmy Lopez, To Hunt Opening :
Were led by :Baker' which cut
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.komeor1&nn
i i areas where : Quinton Emery, Reid Robertsonand
.. 98371., Nassau ,was next with (operation:has itS own: individual John Craig. Hunters are being urged. to

'94,.r oords;,-:Marion 92,824 cords I:well and :water: system and STATISTICS avoid the last-m1nute rush:by

.and Santa:Rosa,.96,649! cords. Co.lUmbia. sewage disposal ',utility., Watertreatment HHS EHS J obtaining hunting llcenses land _.
s cut 85,l69 cords and techniques permits well in advance of November -
and ;pittpn 17. first downs 9 .J'
f Hamilton "&U21' oords.Flagter will :be: dismissed ,also.: 225 yrds gained rushing 140 19, opening day of the

,, Putnam.. Taylor, St. xsN, state-wide resident game animal
lost 140
15
rushing
'. yrds
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EsommWa cut. from
Johns and .
jBwraell' ChapterJo :',' .' :21Q" net yards rushing 97 hunting season. .
78,060: .73,000'ea each. Du- ,: According to A.D: Aldrich director -
41: gained rushing
97
Hold PartMatroa's yards
:
: Bradford, Ala kua.' '
vac; Madtoon, 2.3passes attempted, 0.2 of the Game and. Fresh

Bixte and 'Volusiaranged' from :NigbtBunnell : __' 2 ,Fumbles lost. 0 Water Fish Commission, -over

WyKe. :t t' SIOOO.CGrdi each, .Chapter .ito. :93, ,OlderSastem 2-3 Punts average 4-a3 160.000 Florida hunters are .expected -
? Hi ;the 4OOOO COld froap were Star;. 'will:'observe! Past to acquire either residentor
55 penalised 60
yards
cs :Inv, Stay Walton, Union' and Matron's Night'at'.their'meeting. non-resident licenses from .

'Jad'ta; ,' !. .counties ac-', heat'TueeduyeetiExg.: -. '* .BULLDOG; DOINGS the 67 county Judges this;year.-

o c!I'>u> I.II-te-W#*:'.t -* ,*** ,Mrs Martha Meiter! secretaryof Five Ytont A T.d.y Over 40,000 of the hunters.will -

i :sta*<*t, tftfMMlrifti* the reM- the chaIct.ll: past ma-" The Bulldogs quid Spudstersmet .f74.f also obtain the special hunt.per-
'
d '''' : fv : toons of this ,chapter: ,are urged this day forthe St. ,Johns mits which allow hunting In 28 '

"'. ::.V 0 1Mrs. 1- .to, attend the meeting. and. ail River Conference Championship; wildlife management areas su-

IC .... l t .- Visiting past matrons :are wel the winner to, be Hwmpa. Both fiftrnlfaEs, .. .' n.okaradc pervised. by the commission. .

'Aunts : come.Tte. teams played hard, but the Fd H.seg lace .. J 'f.r Hunting .licenses are available f

". .: } ., Spudsterft scored.'points in the .. brae .Jr isiYre., ..br from the offices of the county
Mr. yard ; 1aiiitIt' .. 211&: ..j L It" ,*>>C first: hK and '8CO 8L..0 mm. in ,- by j er.rar...i JJ Judges. Special hunt permitsa .-

were 'intend At : .,to.*t...' -THwe" .' fftt ..... the last halt to mate it a ,lamp '.. ..... -. ,,' ** obtained from 'county Judges -

the w.' aunt;' able:,.pdMB : win sad -were C1QIfid I 'chsap'ff oc' bunt"'J"headquarters.B -:- -

'_ Mr*. Caeeie ; b-T. .:..Th* Ink .s 'Y-' Aryl andoutMond Mainland. :2T to mIK B c amps, needed in, ad-

MrmSpeUK -" f f .' -ft 'CC OCW p..fhT; ." l.. : Thai, .1.1k pl jM4',tfee Main- .AMB* and 'Sheffield .* all da*** -te*hunting licenses. for

: W f.; -flh %. .."ire Mts.i I Ii ... .... ...: # '*1 ... B.Te unlno i1'*f tt" malt tIIIi KOdac while. ,Jaia*k Sad taking docks and geese, are -

] DOM loiner.-. d by'smenlDi the exciting games of, tile ,season ::Trad woe the big forewalL boagbt from any V.s.: postoffice.

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.:PAGE TWO .,_ > .,,' THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA .J .,..' Thursday, Nod:1: : 7;=.1960'( ", ::

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.. Fall :fashion Scene tie linger, with a few, designerstrying IJT THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT"OFFIiAGLER IN THE CIRCUIT' COURTOFl: :;
out lengths just-"above FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA. CWJNTV":FLOttlDA. FLAGLER COUNTYjSFLQRIDA.' ,i
; IN CHANCERY JiO. 414O IN CHANCERY ice. 4138 IN CHANCERY-Ao.f4119%
Simplicity Is the keynote in 'the mid-calf. However, most : :1
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ESSIE R: 'PO*.LOCK. .-, HQlL&cV.. TAtrx>R.- _.{ SHIRLEY. S. COOKE. > : ybP'alntlff
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fall fashions; "Fluid .line" te;the garments are 2 to 3 inches below '.' Plaintiff.GEORGE ., Plaintiff. .-* ..
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fashion term used to, (des jbe the knee.: Keep yours at the ; POIXOCK vs. VIL vs. '"'-' *''
; LILLIAN S.. TAYLOR HUBERT G. COOKE, 1
the easy: fit 'of new fall 'clethes. most becoming length for you. Defendant.NOTICE 1 0 Defendant. Defendant;;*, '

The top width of,past seasons' Except in fur, the very (large THE STATE OF TO FLORIDA.DEFEND TO,*;" THE- STATE NOTICE OF TO FLOR1DA.TO DEPEND. : THE STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA.DEFEND*TO' : "

is ,less extreme this ,fall; although collars 'have given way to smaller George Pollock '. Lillian S. Taylor Hubert G. Cooke ';
22 West New Street 20 Church StreetHolliston
103-29
some width is shown in ones which often are small Westcheater PennsylvaniaYou MassachusettsYou Jamaica.- 171st New Street York .j
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dropped 'shoulder lines, dolman standing collars. :Many ..neck are hereby notified that a are hereby notified that a You are hereby notified that a. ,is
suit has been against .in suit has
filed you been filed against you in suit has been filed in -i
against
sleeves or wider sleeves that often lines are collarless.. the above entitled cause; and you the- above entitled cause; 'and you the above entitled cause; and you you '
are hereby 'required to file your an- are-hereby required to file your an- are hereby y
file '
required to any
: end Just above the ..elbow.' swer with the Clerk of this Court, swer wIth the Clerk of this Court. ewer with the Clerk of this your Court. .
In dresses the newest line has ;J
are slim and to serve a copy thereof upon and to serve A copy thereof upon
SkirtS, pleated fut1 serve a thereof _
or:, copy upon ,
bodices dropped 1 to 2 Inches the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney; the. plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney., .
slightly gored. Some are a lit-. whose. name and adddresa Is: whose name and address is: ". whose name and address isf -
below the normal'walstllne with W. Cecil Grant W. Cecil grant W Cecil Grant -.:
waistline fit Skirts always 407% Main .Street 407% Main Street 407H :Main Street ..

C! SSIFIEDADS easy hang straight, although 1960.not later Daytona than. Beach.December Florida 5th. A.P." 1960.later Daytona than November Beach.. Floridanot 24th... A. D. I not 1960.later Daytona than November Beach.. Florida.f 25th:A. D. j

they may be slim and straight, If you fail to do BO. decree pro If you fail tc do 'so. decree pro If you fail te do. s '..decree pro- ._"'
pleated, moderately flared or confeaao will bo entered againstyou confesso will be entered againstyou confesso' will be entered against ',
for the relief demanded in the for the relief demanded in the yoU for the relief demanded in the
: Second in of bill of complaint .The nature of :f;
moderately gathered. bill of complaint.: The nature bill of. complaint. The nature or
said suit beingtor divorce. said suit being for divorce. said suit being for divorce. 6j:
Importance are dresses that are WITNESS my hand and seal of WITNESS my hand and seal of WITNESS my hand and seal! of j;'
Lilting under this heading are bloused and slim-skirted, tied said Court this 31st day of OctoberA. said Court this 21st day of October said Court this 2itn dy < October
3 cent per word each Insertion, D. 1960. A.D. 1960; A.D. 1960. ,. "j'
...... 75 cents Im minimum charge. loosely with ribbon or string (Official "Seal) .", (Official Seal) (Official Seal) "'i-. t-
belts. 'l\v piece dresses with RALPH E.''HARBERT RALPH E. HARBERT RALPH E. HARBERT 1
WANTED-Colored man and I Clerk of said Circuit Court I Clerk of said Circuit Court. lekr0f laid! Circuit. Court
wife for work. 'Woman as 'maid, easy-fitting overblouses are also Nov. 3..10-U.Zt--ftc Oct. 27 & Nov. 3-10-17-4tc Oct. 27 Nov. 3.10-17-Ite I

: popular. --- f ,
for work be j
must
man yard .
ID"7-3352. i Suits, show lengthening jack- (
sober. Please call ets and easy fit"Longer jackets

11.17-ltp .I vary from- mid-arm to finger-tip. AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY It 11

FOR v RENT Unfurnished' large I lengths. Some come with op..

2-bedroom garage apartment. tional tie belts. Slim, gored or ,I J '"

Call HE 92318' ., or see' Zeke. 'pleated skirts: are included, in I AUTO SERVICE CLEANERS FURNITURE

Chaffee. 11-17-tf .fall suit styles. /
Ensembles are still in the McDANIEL'S 'BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY Ormond Bedding and ti
FOR SALE-Registered. Female fashion picture' with more variety CLEANING furniture Co. i

Beagle Hound, 1 year old, .untrained than ever. Attractive over- Service Station SERVICE Substantial Discounts on All j

$20. Call C. H. Gordon, blouses, a wide choice of jacket STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Open Dally S .to 8 $10 DEDS-SOFA8-FURNITURE Tradein" Covers Down Payment J

ID 73453. 11-17-ltp lengths-with the longer jacket Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs Phone ID 7-3188 R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner \

FOR LEASE-Old Tucker tract I and full length coat most' important 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell 69 Granada Ormond Deb._OR 7'-6411 .
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Dean Road, B nnell., 30 to 40 and a new kind of fullness Bunnell ID 7.7119 CONCRETE PRODUCTS -
in dress skirts are avail I GARDEN, SHOPGray's 1
acres Improved potato land. C Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRlCATION

Townsend, 821 Broadway, Daytona 1l1-able.Most Your "Q" For ConcreteDial Garden Center
Beach CL 27598. coats are full length Headquarters for Gardening Need I
,
Nov 17 & 24-r2tp many just shorter than this, GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen CL 3-8113 Ceramics Gifts Materials! Dry Arrangement It{

and a few finger-tip length. t A.M.-10 P.M.-? .Days_ / DAYTONA BEACH I Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizer ;

FOR RENT"':furnished 2 bedroomone Newest style in coats is the wide State&Lambert us I-ID 7-7190 TORO LAWN MOWERS

bath house, Daytona Ave., back with straight or shaped Quillian'sConcrete' Inc.' 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph.,ort 7-051:

Flagler Beach. Completely ren front Colonial Service Station: ORMONP

ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys Other silhouettes include the EARL E. RICE. ProprietorGA&QtLLUBRICATION DRUG STORES HARDWARE
can be picked up at Sullivan's narrow coat shaped in front I

Gulf Station.. Nov 10-tf with over-the-bust'seaming and MOTOR TUNE-UP Anderson' Drug Store' THAT. FAMOUS" PAINT.

FOR RENT-3 room furnished the wrap-and'tIe':coat with removable -.GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIESU. :-_ Prescriptions Exclusively at

apartment, $50*a month, lights sash. .Plaids a'nd"checks S. HIW AY 1 BUNNELt.Sullivan's .' -- Sick Room Supplies : .
and water furnished, adults are popular, ]but be sure both ... "* / Dtvn FLAGLERiBEACHHARDWARE
Sundries
only. Apply 707 E. Lambert Ave., your' figure, ahd your pocket-- -$Gulf*- Service -: "
book afford It before buying ,J :' ** BUNNELL *
BunnelL'", 11.3-tc can GULFGA80n..8LUBRiCA Flagler Beach HE 9.2103
., -_ checked coat. -
fee a plaid or TIONTIRESTUllESACCESSORIES
FOR SALE- 15 nice lots in North I Two opposites make up the 51 Moody's.Pharmacy Village Hardware Center
: Flagler; Beach., Will sell, all ort Beach Information -.
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color story for .fall-light: or "Specializing In Service and Flagler County's Corner Drug store HOUSE PAINTS
in groups of 2, 3, or 4, at an average bright: shades or deepened, dar Clean Rest Rooms" PRESCRIPTIONS Match and mix any color
'.price of. $665.00 lot. In The Heart of Flagler Beach'
per kened tones. Turquoise rosy DRUGS-SUNDRIES Builder's Supplies Kitchenware _

$5.00 'per; .lot down, balance in pink, clear:. red, gold, and gay AUTO REPAIRS. GIFTS GREETING CARDS I

i easy monthly payments. ,Owner, plaids are a few of the light, FOUNTAIN SERVICE AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420 .

:.- B.; A. Boiton. P. O. Box 718, St. bright group.. Browns- top the EDGAR'S GARAGE Bunnell Fla. Phone ID 73661

.j', Augustine, Florida.. Phone day, other list, including the complete 24-Hour Towing Service JEWELER !
:-< VA 9.9061; nights VA 42308. .from blackened COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS ORMOND PRESCRIPTION
range
., O. F. BEACH
Nov. 3-4tc brown'to spice and beige. Oth- I Automatic Wheel Balancing-Front Transmission Service End PHARMACY Jeweler

f' ROOM AND. BOARD for elderly ers in the practical darkened Alignment Sick Room "Supplies-Sundries Elgin Watches-Diamonds '

......:. Private Beach._ Private rooms shades are the violet family, 240 Granada OrmondOR 7-O883 24-Hour Prescription Service Exceptional Gifts
darkened grays and greens, Free Delivery in Flagler Beach
', Watch
and bath. Pension Rep
checks.accept Engraving
ff. AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION .
Rt. AfA
blue and of 1 mI. North of
::. ed. Coquina Beach Motel, 1 mile robins'egg course, ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7.1661 46 W. Granada Ormond Beach

'. South of :Marlneland, Phone HEr black. HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC on 1.2384
hold the spotlight in Thompson
: 92038. Oct 27-tf Woolens SERVICE Pharmacy PAINTING

1''; -' .. ...... -- fabrics., .Soft brushed surfaces, Repairing- Rebuilding Your Health Is Wealth CONTRACTOR
C'- FOR S ALE 3 edroom furnished loose woven textures, jersey, Put YourPBESCBJPTIONS
Ceptral Florida' first specialist 1m R. -
ts-, house, GI Mortgage. Also 2- flannel, sheer wools and chiffon. AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS Moody ;

t';." room cottage both excellent lo- weight tweeds are Included. 1239 Rldgewood OR 7-1381 Holly Hill, In Our Hands I

cation. Phone 7.3706 evenings. Leather, as a trimming or in t Ormond Drugs fc Prescription Shop PAINTING !
141 W.
= Granada-ormond 7.1421
t-- Oct. 13-tf garments, and knits are grow. BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO Phone ID 7.3240 1

FOR SALE-1953, Chevrolet Station ing In popularity: Be sure to GILL DRUG COMPANY BUNNELL FLORIDA
: check tags on these. before .
care
1'J.' .: Wagon,' engine just over. Walgren Agency.PRESCRIPTIONS. f
g" .; hauled,, d'co di 1on. Phone you buy.. Plaids. and cchecks are BAR & COCKTAIL KAKO-TELEVISION '
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: "?.--P--. suits and coats. Prints In woolor LOUNGE Sick Room Supplies Sundries PAUL'S RADIO & TV

.-..,,, FOR RENT on the ocean 1 .and blends, are still 'high fashion Open Uader New ManagementCome 19 W.' Granada Ave._Ormoail Beach Ate Sales & Installations

r-: '-' 2 bedroom' apartments completely ,. too.THE. In and Get Acquainted OR 7-SMO Authorized Sales :RCA Victor

furnished, :utilities Included. Oeeaa Blvd AlA Flagler Beeea FLORISTS W* repair all otter TV 4:Radio sets

Sensible rate' day, week, month, OUTBOARDER 1370 Ocean Blvd A1A

'or: :permanent Sun Sea Motel I Authorized Evtarude Dealer FLAGLER BEACH Blacks Flower Shop Ormond Beach OR 7.2852
FlagiW Manor). '
formerly .: BOATS ACCaSSORIHS RBPA.lRSVocka'ge 2
}. HOTEL BAR blocks west of Railroad on NURSERY
9-15-tf
Storage _Free. Ramp __
Moody turn right on Forsythe -
WE'FlNANCB "The Meeting Place ,
- FOR SALE OR >SENT-modern Wagon Wheel Nursery
': new hOme JI8OIB8.and. g l"age. 825, Ballougk :W-Daytoaa of Flagler County"Jim Flowers for AH Oegarions Shade Trees, Potted Plants

S central he thlg' and' air condi- end Yvonne Serving" Bunnell Phone ID 7-3348 Shrubs t

s' ,tienta .,ALSO FOR RENT ,3- r.: ..... dollar 1.000, plants you spend.free: one Thousands with every of t j
3-: renal fttfuighod apartments at I.-- BOTTLE GAS FUEL OILKING'S town.varltles at reduced prices. Beat In
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k 960' a'month. Contact, Capitol ; ..VLAltlnA ltiJOtlS BOTTLE GAS ,S 48 S.- P.g. i Hwy Ormond Beaefc
TRUCK STOP
Rena.
Met4l," 9-15r-tfc -
-..- BOTTLE or BULK PHILLIPS 06 GAS & OILS TRAVEL AGENCY
aTTIC C .T..ft -i nlng reasonafc4e MRS; M.'B: POLLS, Bitter, FXJtGLSR COUNTY'S:: ONLY I
;. .! = Delivery in the County on ORMOND BEACH
----- HOME OWNKD GAS COMPANY
George Jarosz. Phone -
:; rates ,
"r JD'74 e.A: 616i128tpJOHNSTON'S ..........'.lliaW '''''''. '-..11.fJ. .. PHONE ID 7-3651 Fuel, oil, Kerosene, Tractor Foe! TRAVEL AGENCY, Inc.

m... PaMI I VsBsatfOssBBB'W *f Ikee 1 !Flogfer CtHtntr Ow Gasoline 'Air Bus tc Steamship Tickets J
; Tit. ..4v. I ..*..N 1 Sho.p'lit 3k.O w i. 'i X.' BoaiwU W 7.... Tours and Cruises-World Wide 1
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Airline Always
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r .. BRaEi EALTY:.:CO. oj FLOOR COVETaft Next .to Coquina Barn OrmondOR '
y HOMES OCEAN FRONT ualswd ai s. .M .iaes .r...... RILJMIfGWICKLINE 7-5252

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PAGE ,TWO ::\;: THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, l'LORIDA- Thursday, Nov.' .17, -I960 ,

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Fall Fashion Scene tie linger, with a few, designers IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IN -THE CIRCUIT COURT'OF
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FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA, FLAGLER.COUNTTV'Fl.OWIbA: FLAGLER COUNTYKIORIDA.'; "
trying out lengths j'est'- above -
IN Simplicity Is the. 'l keynote in the mid-calf. ,However, most "\7-
.j' ESSIE R-- POLLOCK, :' HORACE W. TA Rt'PlalftUft.{ SHIRLEY
: fall fashions, "fluid line":k.the 2 to 3 Inches below V. S. COOKE ,: :>
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> garments are :.+,.: Plaintiff.; ', ." ,; -:' PlaintiffHUBERT .._, -
fashion term used to; ;,.describe. the knee. Keep 'yours at them GEORGE: poiixxac... :!T.*;*: "-: LILLIAN S vs.. TAYLOR.; *-*" *- GTSCOOKE, x' ",';'";- ".

the easy 'fit of new fall c1 -thes. t becoming length for you. Defenda.nt.- Defendant.NOTICE : ? Defendant

The top width"ofpast seasons' Except In fur, the' very large THE STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA DEFEND TO: THE STATE OF TO FLOR1DA.TO DEFEND : THE STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA DEFEND", TO' : _

is less extreme this fall: although collars have given way to smal- George Pollock Lillian S. Taylor Hubert G. Cooke .
some width is shown In ler ones which often are small Westchester.22 West New PennsylvaniaYou Street Holliston.20 Church Massachusetts Street 103-29 171st Street ''f
Jamaica New York
dropped shoulder lines, dolman standing collars. Many .neck. are hereby notified that a .:You are hereby notified that a You are hereby notified that a. '"!
suit has been filed against you In suit has been filed against you In suit has been {
sleeves or wider sleeves that often lines are collarless.. the above entitled cause; and you theabove, entitled cause: and you the above entitled filed cause against and you In
are hereby required to file your answer are hereby file ; you '1
required to your an-
are
hereby
: end Just above the elbow. with the Clerk of this Court. swer with the Clerk, of this Court aw r with required to file your an- ::.1
the
Skirts. are slim pl ted'ot In dresses, the newest line haS and to serve a copy thereof:upon and to erve A copy thereof uponthe. and V1.serve a Clerk of thereof this Court. _
copy upon
bodices dropped 1 to 2' Inches the plaintiff or plaintiffs,attorney, plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney. the plaintiff t
or plaintiffs
slightly' gored. ,Some are a lltCLASSIFIEI -. whose name and adddress Is: whose name and address is; ',' '. whose name and address attorney is: .
below the normal waistline with W: Cecil Grant W. W. Cecil Grant
'-- 407% Main ,Street 407% Main Street 407 -
easy waistline fit. Skirts always H Main Street .
Daytona Beach. Florida Daytona Beach. Floridanot .1
) : hang straight, although 1960.not later than December 5th.. A,D.. 1960.later than November 24th..' A. D. not 1960.i Daytona than November, >' 25th., A.,D.

they may be slim and straight, If you fail to do so,' decree pro If you fail to do 'so. decree pro It you tan te dos!"v decree pro- ,.
"..> pleated, moderately flared or I confesso will be entered against confesso will be entered againstyou confesso Will be entered- against
in the for the relief demanded in the
you for the relief demanded you for the relief demanded
in the
moderately gathered. Second in nature of bill of complaint. .The nature of :
ADS I bill of complaint: The bill of complaint. The nature of .
: said suit being for divorce. said suit being for divorce. said suit being for divorce. .'
: importance are dresses that are WITNESS my hand and seal of WITNESS my hand and seal of T c.
Llstings under tnla heading 'are bloused and slim-skirted, tied said Court this 31st day of OctoberA. said Court this 21st day of OctoberA. said Court thisiltand of. October 1.
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3 cent per word each, insertion, D. 1960. D. J96P.Official A.JJ.. 1960. "-
'- 73 cents I* minimum charge. loosely with ribbon 'or string (Officialse l) .. ( Seal)" (Official Seal) _. "
belts. Two-piece dresses with RALPH E. -HARBERT RALPH E. HARBERT RALPH E. HARBERT
WANTED-Colored man and Clerk 'of said Circuit Court I Clerk of said Circuit Court Clerk of said Circuit Court
easy-fitting overblouses are also Oct. 27 & Nov. 3-10-17--4tc ;
wife for work. :Woman as maid Nov. 3.-10-1'1---4tc Oct. 27 & Nov. 3yb-17-4tc: _
popular.
man for: yard work,, must be
sober. Please, call ID 73352. Suits, .show lengthening" jack. :
ets and easy fit. Longer jackets

,11.17-ltp vary from,mid-arm to finger-tip AREA BUSINESS PI'REcrBAIl. .. :1

FOR RENT-Unfurnished large lengths. Some come with optional :

2-bedroom garage apartment. tie: belts. Slim, gored or
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Call HE 9-2318, or see. Zeke.Chaffee pleated skirts- are included, In I AUTO SERVICE CLEANERS FURNITURE .. I

.' 11.17.tf; fall suit styles. -

Ensembles are still in the McDANIEL'S BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY Ormond Bedding and i
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FOR SALE-Registered. Female, fashion picture' with more variety CLEANING Furniture Co.

Beagle Hound, 1 year old, -untrained than ever. Attractive over- Service Station SERVICE Substantial Discounts on All

$20. Call C. H. Gordon. blouses, a wide choice of jacket STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Open Dally. 'S 'to 6 $10 DEDS-SOFA5-FURNITURE Tradein Covera Down Payment
ID 7-3453. 11.,17-ltp with the Phone ID 7-3188 R. S. \
lengths- longer jacket Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs ROBENBERRY, Owner
FOR LEASE-Old Tucker tract and lull length coat most important -I 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell I 69 Granada, Ormond Deb. on 7-6411 i
I Bunnell ID 7-7119 ------ -- ---
Dean- Road, Bunnell.: 30' to 40 and a new kind of fullness CONCRETE PRODUCTS
GARDEN
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acres improved potato,land..Call in dress skirts. are avail. Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION 1

Townsend, 821 Broadway, Day- able. I Your "Q" For' ConcreteDial Gray's Garden Center

tona Beach, CL 27598. Most coats are full length Headgnarienfor Gardening Need '
Nov 17 & 24-2tp many just shorter than this, GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen CL 3.8113 Ceramics Gilts Materials, Dry Arrangement '

and a few finger-tip length. T A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days DAYTONA BEACH Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers

FOR RENT furnished 2 bedroomone i Newest style in coats is the wide State&Lambert. US 1-ID 7-7190 I TORO LAWN MOWERS

bath house, Daytona Ave.., i back with straight or shaped Quillian's.Concrete' Inc." 147 Tomoka' Avenue-Ph. OR"7-0511

Flagler Beach. Completely ren I I front. Colonial Service Station: ORH02YD

ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys include the '
Other silhouettes
KARL E. RICE ProprietorGASoILLtpJRICATION DRUG STORES HARDWARE -
can be ,picked up at Sullivan's narrow coat shaped in front

Gulf Station Nov 10-tf with over-the.bust seaming and MOTOR TUNE-UP Anderson Drug Store THAT FAMOUS PAINTExclusively I

FOR RENT-3 room furnished the wrapandtiecoat with re GOODYEAR TIRES& BATTERIES Prescriptions at .

apartment, $50'I.a month, lights movable sash. Plaids and'checks, u. s. HIWAY 1 BUNNELX' --:.. Sick, 'Room .
and water furnished, adults are popular, but be sure both Supplies' : LL 4 FLAGLER-BEACH

only.. Apply 707 E._ Lambert Ave.., your figure. and your pocketbook Sulli van's Tp.j.Gul(, Service, Sundries HARDWAREFlagler

Bun-neIL" afford it before buy ,1 BUNNELL *
I 11.3-te can GULF'GASOILSLUBRICA Beach HE 9.2103
*t'*_ t
!\ big a plaid checked coat. TIONTIRESTUDESACCESSORIES
1"':: FOR SALE-15 nice lots in North
Two opposites make up the Moody's Pharmacy Village Hardware Center
Flagler: Beach Will sell all or Beach Information -
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color story -for fall-light; or 'Specl .1lzing in Service and Flagler County's Corner Drug store HOUSE PAINTS
,3 in groups of 2, 3, or 4, at an average bright shades or deepened: dar- O' Clean Rest Rooms"In PRESCRIPTIONS Match and mix any color

f' ',price ,of. $665.00? per lot kened tones. Turquoise, rosy The Heart of FlaglT Beach Builder's Supplies Kltchenwxae

I $5.00 per; .lot down, balance 1 in pink, clear red, gold, and gay AUTO REPAIRS DRUGS-SUNDRIES GIFTS GREETING CARDS ,

easy' monthly payments. Owner, plaids are a few of the light, FOUNTAIN SERVICE A1A Ormond Beach CL 2-0420 .. .
L B, A. Bolton, P. O. Box 718 St. bright group. Browns top the EDGAR'S GARAGE BunnelL Fla. Phone ID 7.3661 .

I; Augustine, Florida. Phone day, other list, including 'the complete : 24-Hour Towing Service, JEWELER -

! ."-. VA 9-9061;. nights VA 42308. range from blackened COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS ORMOND' 4 PRESCRIPTION O. F. ,

f.E.r.o Nov. 3ltc.ROOM brown to spice and beige. Others Automatic Transmission Service PHARMACYSick BEACH'Jeweler
Wheel Balancing-Front End
In the practical darkened- Alignment Room Supplies-Sundries /
Elgin Watches
.. AND, BOARD for elderly -Diamonds
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.. 240 Granada Onnond-OR 7-OS93
shades theviolet family, 24-Hour Prescription Service
:' Private Beach. Private rooms are ; Exceptional Gifts

if' ... and bath. Pension checksaccepted. darkened grays and 'greens, AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION Free. Delivery in Flagler Beach Watch Repairs-Engraving .
Rt. AlA 1 ml. North of
blue and of course,
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if::: Coquina Beach Motel, 1 mile robins'egg ORMOND BEACH-TeL OR 7-1661 48 W. Granada Ormond Beach

i; South Marineland, Phone HEI black. HOLLY HILLHYDROMAT OR 7-2384 -

9-2038. Oct 27-tf Woolens hold the spotlight in 1C SERVICE Thompson, Pharmacy -
PAINTING '
, ,.,.. '- ..-" .., -_ fabrics. Soft, brushed surfaces, Repairing Rebuilding Your Health Is Wealth CONTRACTOR
I FOR SALE-3"bedroom furnished loose woven textures, jersey, Put YourPRESCJUPTIONS
Central Florida tint specialists la -
R. ..
house GI Mortgage. Also 2- and chiffon- Moody
,:; flannel, sheer: wools AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS
4,'::- room cottage, both excellent lox weight tweeds are Included. 1239. Rldgewood OR 7-1381 Holly Hill In Our Hands

, cation. Phone:ID'7 3706 evenings. Leather, as trimming or in Ormond Drug A Prescription Shop PAINTINGPhone
.: 141 W. Granada Ormond 7-1421
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r Oct.' 13- tf garments, and knits are growing I j BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO
; ID "
Be sure to 7-3240
in popularity
_l' FOR SALE-1953 Chevrolet Staf'C GILL DRUG COMPANY BUNNELL, FLORIDA
check care tags on these before 1 1JUlDIOTELEVISIOH
tion Wagon engine just '
,: overhauled Walgren AgencyPRESCRIPTIONS,
and checks -
buy.. Plaids ; are
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k good: condition. 'Phone you BAR & COCKTAIL
In dresses as well as f
popular
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:[ .. ID 7-3658, Sept -29-tf suits and coats. Prints,, in' woolor LOUNGE Sick.Room Supplies Sundries PAUL'S RADIO & TV l

;: :':' FOR RENT on the; ocean Land blends, are still 'high fash- Opea Vader New Moaogeaieat 19 W. Granada Ave._OrmotuI Beach I Ateaaa Sales & Installations

t; :. 2 bedroom apartments complete, ion,' too.THE. .. Come In and Get Acquainted OR -a.. Authorized Sales RCA VictorWe

'.:t> ly furnished, utilities included -. Oeeea Blvd AlA Flagler Beach FLOMSTS repair all other TV.a Radio ete

i:; Sensible tday; week month, OUTBOARDER 1370 Ocean Blvd AlA

,--.; or: ?permanent.; Sun Sea :Motel I Authorized Bvlarude Dealer FLAGLER BEACH Blacks Flower Shop Ormond Beach OR 7.2852

:formerly F14iglerI. (anor9 ).- ACCJI850aDH'RBPA1R5 jl
BOATS 2 blocks
.. HOTEL BAR west of Railroad on NURSERY
-15.tf. Dockage Storage Free. Ramp "
-- Moody, turn right on Forsythe -
WE FINANCE "The Meeting Place
OR Wagon Wheel Nursery
ALE BENT
FOB -modem
825 Bal&Higk Rd-DaytoaaMRS. of Flagler County"Jfaa Flowers fer AH Ocaiulegs Shade
new home, 6 rooms and garage, : Trees, Potted Plants t

"! 'central heating and air conditkmte oaul .Yroaae ServBfr Bunnell Phone ID 7-3348 Shrubs ,

,ALSO FOR RENT 3- 1.000, plants free: one with every
g. Bl t J1I1rr BrlFLefI.., dollar you spend. Thousands o*
reera furnished apartments at I BOTTLE GASHARRIS FUEL OILKING'S yarltles at reduced prices. Beet in

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980 a raoirtfe., Contact Capitol : I- BOTTLE GAS town.S.. U.S. 1 Hwy Orraaad Beach

= Motel,. Kefoaa. 9.15-tfc_ TRUCK STOP ,
-,.- BOTTLE or BULB PHILLIPS 66 GAS &': OILS TRAVEL AGENCY
PTJC TAJ [- caning reason .M. B., FULLER, ....' FLAGLER COUKTTS; ONLY

.,_,, aWe rate:. Ctorge.Jarosz, Phone I I.BettIc r,SOME OWNED GAS COMPANY ,Delivery In the County on ORMOND BEACH I
r : .. Diehl Aiblta tt.at Fuel Oil, Kerosene Tractor Foe
ID 7-3410 6-16=128tps ; .a. PHONE: ID 7-3551 TRAVEL AGENCY, Inc.Air. .
Gasoline ,
fr P UfeOHT 1I. .e..I" H.ip Fteffer Cotyaty Grew Bus & Steamship Tlckteta 1
s > > rJOHNSTON'S- ** L Tour. and Cruises-world, Wide
V IS .
; MHt4e. therein at Nee 1 N. BasaeU .. 1
BY Shopping
Domestic Airline Tickets Always
and. the, 84a e .C F1.rlisi9a4ered I- Available at no Extra Charge
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FLJMLXB ,BEACH :EALTT :CO. !]BOILOOfG SUPPLIES FLOOR COVEHMG Next to Coquina Barn Ormond

-HOMES. OCEAN ito asae.nd elan'aaatt aFebrn OR 7-5252
LOTS
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-- WATER. FROND, ,FARMS,. r R...at he ... .Set WICKLINE Tilecraft Company JTWWL15KEBS & FfilKTESSTke '

ACREAGE lit __ell." Fi=lls. sHIee- aet... BuildiBc "Supplies 4'iz 'US FLOOR Y'' XJ" "

.... .. for T-r'iM: *'''tote....... Wares 3. Wf... ," Amstreng & Kelldk Flagler Tribune_

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1 J' CARD-PARTY I Jacksonville Sunday-here
fT spent
j.:" : .... The Woman's Missionary So-1
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!ft'.i-:JI' i.: ,.' CICl r ea C :':."" -'" The Flagler Beach Garden Icf.ety'm t Thursday morning at Gladine Chalflnch. -; ,"'
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bi'V:: : : ? I Club :Is sponsoring Thanksgiving of Mrs. Arthur Babbitt.
.: : V ,' ," I tonight Taking the
season card party part on programwere
.;.,;', :>' '. ': / LUNA. BABBITTTelspboae ,' Miss Judy Stryker of Daytona
Mrs.
:or t ", '" (Thursday) at the Woman's Mrs. C. Weaver May Beach here Vat
:; spent the weekend '
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f _: '' : KZaOeck 9-2MB Club. Shill, Mrs. Margaret Aaron; Mrs. :
._ -: ., the home of tier parents, Mtand
.'i t ... Members committeesaid Milliard Brock and Mrs. Clarice
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,, ';.:-_ ',vWOMAN'S CLUB MEETS ENTERTAIN CHURCH_ .CHOIR 1 there would be door prizes:Babbitt A group of officers,plan! ______LP_>.
'" V and also table prizes goffered. to attend a study course in P -I
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: : \ Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shultz
t.- -"':.,-"'" The. V V:Flagler Woman's ,.Club. Rev. and Mrs. Millard Brock' 'I Cards,and bingo will be played.,f latka Tuesday. have moved' : ne*home .
\:.'i;' V met Wednesday afternoon with held a social at their, home on Refreshments will also beservedr( Cen'tral'tnjto their Ave. 1)
1. South
.. ; present. Mrs. for the on
24 members Marie Saturday 'evening First THANK yOU ..t
(:, '{ .. : Erede presIdecLat the meetIng '- Baptist Church choir. Rehearsal 1 i Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Brantley J I would like to' thank- y,
..c: :<' "' and Mrs. Mae Hendren and was held, earlier in the evening': made, a. business trip to Central'rlda friends, .for the, cards gifts. and .. THANK YOU.f*' ; :

,',.." :' :Mrs- 'Paul:,.Kelly were hostesses and Rev. Brock surprised" them last wee prayers: ;,that J.. received" dUring''i Vfe are deeply- grateful for
'; .i 'for the occasion. with the invitation to gather at my"stay in the'..Hospital. .Also]I the many kind expressions of

a=; ..';' ,' V .{The club, voted to send a ,donation their home -Immediately after.. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burnham" to: those<< who"donated:-blood, for I sympathy extended to"us" dur

::', ; to a mental hospital, asa ward. Mrs Brock served German arrived Friday from Dunbarton, ,' me.- > : ing our sad bereavement.
; Christmas project, arid plans chocolate cake with coffee or N. H.;:to spend the winter here.: Mrs Florence Norcross. Mrs. and Mrs. E. M. Spivey .
:were made. for the Christmas soft' drinks.T ( '

;:' Festival on December. 1 -

Mrs.: William Buteux Intro- J. Miller drove to Lake'City I

-.. duced, Mrs. Helen Sullivan, Mrs. Saturday. He was accompanied
.- Willis White and Mrs. Abbey by his mother In-law, Mrs. Laura 50 FREEV
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Hansalpaker who demonstrated Alligood, who 'remained there j -TOP VALUE STAMPS .
,:- the:most interesting and unique for a week's visit.:with relatives. 1 1 V* :
ro with S5.9Q food order: or more and this coupon
.-' I. ddeas for fall and Christmas ,1 j 5 x F Limit one to a family 'z '

-, decorations. 1\ rs. E,. M.- Spivey Mr. and Mrs. Robert Read of-I w VS
was unable to-attend. but she Gainesville spent the weekend NAME t '

'''C'' sent a display that was most here in their beach. home. V. ADDRESS
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......:;4.l,"!.'?:.V > ot Seal Harbor, Maine? arrived :They'plan to return home on :

: Friday morning in Jacksonville I Thursday.Mr. .. .. ;
:,',, by .airline and their daughter, I .' AT SHELTQN'S ON NATIONAL BRANDS '
..,, -, I Mrs."'./Robert Rumill.. motored, I i and Mrs. Glenn Chase and I II '' V Get in on the Bonus Stamp Drawing Nov. 19th. .
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, '-.. Mr.Visiting'arid: Mrs here, Robert Thursday Scliatz.with were Shill. 41.<' Hen TURKEYS 45
TURKEYs
t' <'..: > .:Servicemen Douglas "Schatz Mr.. arid Mrs, ,Martin Porte ,

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: visitors in" Jacksonville Sunday : STEAK\ IIIWorld's I a9 1 I Ir. ,
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:? ;, ". Ii' < and; his mother ?Mrs. Mary' Augustine; spent:Frjday, here i ; J" 'Beit jjNAMBVItER .' ':,,:; ,. 4' .9 :-
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F'; .', SWoods.returned here, with them ,visiting wit i.f ieRdS. Rev.Tay-. CrispriteSLICED ... V :' .

;" ., .to.spend: the v1nfer.f ... lor did some, fishing and' they IA.ClI; : Limit one with $5.00odd order '.

., .......... :were entertained .at, dinner in V V
: .. Mt; ,and Mrs. Frank, Brede. left the evening-.by ;'Mr, and Mrs. 1 Jt raccII. 4! 3'I Irs $$1.2 :

I" Thursday for Orlando where Clarence' Weaver: p : 7 oz.. can : FROZEN FOODS
they-spent the weekend'wtlfihis: .

..\\,t; son in law land' Daughter, Dr. Mrs:. Nettie Brusich was notified MTTRT NUTS 49C Winter Garden : _. 24 oz. '
'. and Mrs. William Kelley, 'iFrTday in -'
of the death .
Shurfine 300.can PUMPKIN PIES 2 for69c
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Drt and Mrs. Warren ,Michaels. .Mrs. Martha, Peters, who has ORANBERRYAUGE, ....: ,2', for39Pepperidge Birds Eye 10" oz. pkg. ,- '.- V
have returned to their home
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hereafter taking ;a ,vacation., ., : .
s = ; They went to Atlanta, Ga., and ,FLAGLER SEAc1gMETHORIST STUFFING'k' :29c Birds Eye 10 oz.pkg. ;.

then took tour: : around Florida. CHURCH" NEWS : g. FORD V HOOK LIMAS 2 ;for '59c.
V Reg. Roll ,
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sS :Hoover, minister. ; ,. < ea. ,I Farm Fresh Produce 'j

i Sunday school .9:30; morning Campbell's .' .
BunoollTheatre worship service 10:30' theme,. :MUSHROOM SOUP =2: 37c' Large Stalks Pascal '
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"Thahksgfying pans CELERY ". for29c
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L'I'D; CLIMB.m: HIGHESTMOUNTAIN Christian ;Service will hold, a fop49c POTATOES 'n-; tOc' _
+ Dollar Day Bazaar" In.the. .
/ :; OLIVES PICKLES, SPICES LocTender :-. '
room 'next ,to ,the post office. It. ?
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GREEN 29c
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with agriculture: to/join.: in sell. our ''agricultural missile 'which I :' : :
>y'A 4 riculture'sklPeo' I I I'.. _
p'"Ie ing this most Important of Flor will put Florida in orbit with !I N''EW
I .'" ida's ,assets to the public, sincein a blast that will be heard by I I ,
f Furnish Leadership; ail its'ramifications, agribusiness every citizen .of our state," he ,
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f In Many CategoriesAgriculture the state's -annual income than 1. WAY TO .

t is'a.. way of life t either tourism or industry. Only Oroegon and Georgia -
r: ,. that Florida, must promote and. "I challenge. you to meet the have more commercial forest I I H
ptfl foster It we1 are to grow and I space age head-on by using land than Florida with 21,000'-1 STOP
ro,:.: \ prosper in, a decent and orderly I your assets to light the fuse on 000' acres. -
.,- fashion.
; This positive declaration was I I HAND
s made by State Senator Edgar H. :
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rs recently. He predicted that the
1-:: next decade will see Florida ag-, ZOOKIE AND X SAW -
|;, riculture, make its' greatest, I THEM AT THE IN )
>; -, 'growth in history., I THAT'V3UNG THEATRE.. I
t' SAW MUST '
[- "Agriculture provides our state J 0UnnAWE awE I 1 I
with Its most wholesome' citi- tri 1n VEGETABLESb
; 9 zens, with leaders in every field J1T r 1 1I
of endeavor, and it contributesto 3Q
every field ,of business management tz I SPRAY VEGAPEX AS YOU PLA }]!,_ ,"
," he said., :"Every business I. '
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<-: profession, organization, I L J/c/ :? I II I This new "chemical weeder" kills off tough grassy
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club,financial facility and institution political, educational body- I V1h I Ii Ii weeding in vegetables. .

,t' of depends agriculture on the men to supply and women the i /11IL_ Use Vegadex to control weeds in cole crops,
corn, beans and garden beets.
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make them live." THEy WALKED ALL\I ( -.3UST TO SMDKE.j_ Vegadex kills off tough weeds like ?

If you, take' the time to'check THE THE WAY BALCONY.UP TO. ) ,pt lslane, pigweed, chickweed, henbit,
he said, will_find men .
up you f xt .iIs...and many more. GROW '
and women of agriculture on i 11 ueu .a.ntu.

church boards, on blank, boards,, I Come in now...get your Vegadex fd
or corporation boards, in state
t and have it ready when you plant
agencies, in .education, in civic, enIeiuuts ..
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tions, and in ,city, county and

._ state agriculturists government.are devoting"Dedicated their THE KILGORE SEED COMPANYA

lives to progress.- without! ,any I
thought. of reward except, doing. A Division of Asgrow Seed CompanyOn
the. job well,'*' he declared. East Florida
I Tow1 R. Highway 207 of Hastings,
He urged everyone ,,connected.
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{ are, watched nigit-and- Ai charcoal :
A Importance ; 1 I helped father thestate's
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:... 1'L / I CharcoalRestored gauge the condition of the wood I Chemicals, Are Distilled:
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By Backyard Chefs the escaping smoke to determ.j I burners to distill chemicals from
r ine whether the heat is escaping
I gases. Some of the
Charcoal fires glowed in more dry. !I most important are methanol

than 12,000,000 outdoor grills in I Primitive man made charcoal I II i (Wood alcohol), acetic acid, and .

the United States last summer' simply by setting wood on fire furfural, a solvent used in refining
I bringing new life to an ancient I and spreading earth on the logs. j motor oil,

: fuel. J A small amount of charcoal still j f When coke was introduced for

The aroma of broiling steaks,I is made in sod-covered pits. smelting, charcoal began to decline .

By Thomas CoRms wafted, from. a large brick fireplace Charcoal has been used to in importance. Coal, gas, '.

Here, '"Are Some Signa'Is, From Out Beyond- Age- ,e.>5 or,a portable metal brazier smelt metals from ores'for at and electricity replaced charcoal !
leasts 6,000 E for heating and :
years. peanSJIlelting' cooking. De.
.CtT'want to add my voice to the come. 'of around'$200 a month, has become a familiar part of. .
and industries velopment of
: glassmaking synthetics and
\ '* have : petroleum
growing protest 'agaInst "For many years we ea-- the warm-weather scene. In fact,
I forcing from active life those who Joyed vacations at GatHnbargr, backyard.chefs are given a large concentrated near forests carbon chemicals in re-

have.reached,age 65. .... Teno., aDd though tt Is a resort share of credit for the small resulting In destruction of cent years has reduced the demand ,
"Condemning an active ""ear. area we have made friends with many woodlands. Charcoal burnjers for wood chemicals. I
boom in charcoal since the end
: old worker to retirement when he year-round residents. I i had so decimated the forests Charcoal still is found in such
la. capable to do his work Is a "Recently we bought'a lot there. of World War II. 'of Great
Britain by 1664 that products as air conditioning fitters r
great eyil. Compulsory retirement We plan to take $10,000 from the
Production has steadily increased .- diarist John Evelyn lamented: poultry feeds,- points
pencil ,
should be kept for executives, who sale of our home and build a retirement
until it now amounts to 'Truly, the waste and -destruction brake linings, and black Jelly
otherwise.have no one to tell.them house on It. We will be :
when to quit"Somebody close to, the center of town. With some 300,000 tons a year. Almost of;our woods has been universal beans. It cures tobacco, filters i
could cup ,for Con all the motels and craft shops we two-thirds of the? output is: ." water, and controls the gas content I f

gress on.thk.platform.. Somebody feel we could get part-time workif sold as, pillow-shaped briquets I In colonial America, however, and flavor of beer.

eventually will. And will win. I we needed.it.". destined, for home grills picnic: charcoal: burners were welcomedby Charcoal now is used principally
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think if be's smart. Because
grounds, railroad dining cars, landowners with vast wooded as a domestic fuel. This
wives' chljdren and friends of 65- "1 read what you wrote about
and the countless restaurantsthat tracts to be cleared for has created the sometime
crops. nerve-
.year-olds-and a lot of other intelligent the ,wife who was unhappy when
people-simply do not her husband retired and came offer "CharcoalBroiledSteaks. Woodlands of northwestern Pennsylvania frazzling problem of lighting the '

understand why a worker, is no home with a mere $312 a month ." Before the war, briqu and the Catskill, I briquets. One retailer estimates

.. longer. needed because of a birth. for them to live on. ets accounted for only about a I Mountains of New York once I I more than 100 companies make
day. "I think that wife Is crazy. sixth of charcoal sales. ][
were important centers of charcoal .fluids and gadgets to help ignite
"My husband came home'at 65 Pale Blue Flame. production. Pennsylvania's !i I charcoal. .
"Yon wrote a column called with $231 a month. We owned our : '
Flty Tour. roor Heirs When,the home. We sold it, moved to Almost pure carbon, charcoal I t.
Will Is ,Read.' This was a bad Bradenton. Fla., and bought a is an excellent fuel. It produces
tbteg to write. It was 'an'.incorrect small retirement house. We had !nearly twice the heat of an PERCE STRINGS
;;thing to write. And tt reflected 5400. left over, and put it in a equal volume of wood, burning
'unfavorably on lawyers." savings account for emergencies. with a pale blue flame at high I'M TERRIBLY SHE CAN TATS WHY P.t W.AND QAY Our
':It'was not bad because'it led a "For two years. we 'lived the WORRIED ABOUT MV STEP nN WORRIER FLAGLER.
temperature. Itglows' at lower WIPE SHE'S DOWN erStOE rr LOOKS
lot of retired people to reexaminethe happiest hours, of bur lives- TOWN AND.rrs LIKE AM HARDWARE
screwball legal machinery by fishing, sunning, reading, being temperatures. 1 1I RA1NI1N6- ALL DAY
which they hope to leave their with each other. We had everything I Charcoal is. made by heating 1'I I ', com 51O PS RAIN
*'money ,to their children and a make: some changes in their wills. We didn't hunger, and we didn't where there is a limited amount MOSTREUA8LS5ERVKBAXD,
It wasn't incorrect because I satin strive. We just lived.
ot air. The wood glows but does VALUESCSTA1HA5LC
front of a lawyer's, desk,,and "Then, ,my husband took his ,
not burst into flame. Some
f heard every word of It. And as for Journey. 'I was'left )with half the i for I t
times the wood is heated
,.. ,reflecting unfavorably on lawyers, income we both had tor:.about.$115 i
.it did. Lawyers make the laws, a month. I more than two weeks. The kilns t -
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for a person with money would exchange what.I have for
to die that nobody should even a public. welfare check of $50 a
consider: it,without.first getting' a I month-if. I could have my husband I
degree, from a law. 'schooL back;After age 65 a husband .
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theme will be Fiesta .
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-- iMEETS; : WTTK MRS.: I MEETS TONIGHTThe MARTHA AMELIA MERCER ,

1;' ''..'. ., '" ", VCOWART" ;MONDAY Friendly Circle of .the Mr. and Mrs: Ray Mercer of -. fWe Cave With Purchases.. ,
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.. : a: daughter,. born November: 11, I'I .
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in the Halifax Hospital. She
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f :y 'Jeanette .Bertha ,presided over ounces and has been given the i
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; Martha Amelia. We Offer You' These Specials
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3rd and children of Augusta
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- annual Christmas. party on De.cember the arrival a son, born
17., / I'spent,.the past Weekend herewith at the Flagler Clinic and Hospital !f
hia parents Mr.: and Mrs. here, on November 11. He
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and daughter in law, Mr. and '

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Mr. and',Mrs.- Leonard: Moody .
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*" Tomato 'Once AndY they are 'gobbling up .:.tomatoesata Th; uncertainty about '<' .
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v ''Outcast Becomes ;.-' tons .''year. \ Court case of 1893. An importer '
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More'tomatoes are .canned

No. 1 VegetableThough than other vegetable; Excluding I subject to duty. Looking .at .
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which I Call On Us
potatoes, are often
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m", the tomato had to go classified as a field crop, tomatoes rather than a botanical :

: 71i1'broad: to make good it has=.become standpoint, the Justices held to- ..
rank above_ all other
t. ( a, durable star in the matoes to be a vegetable because -
truck crops in ,dollar value. They
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;A, Hardly more than 'century 1l Q..ng'pl 'nt breeders, than any Ironically,' tomato juice became :

: other item on the market shelf:
,x, ago, Americans generally regarded popular after World WarI. '
+r=:4Y the tomato as poisonous
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Vulnerable to Predators Today Americans consume a Whenj
:\i-i; and grew It only as a_ n orna .
The rags-to-riches story of the. major part of the Nation's huge;
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: ,onetime outcast is a testimonialto tomato crop as juice between or -
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of extreme hot, and IN .THE CIRCUIT COURT OFFLAGL.ER :.

: .. I I cold It is subject, to many ROBERT IN CHANCERY CORCORAN COUNTY NO. 4133 FLORIDA l c :You Need :

mies, including virus, ene-1 Plaintiff.. ,

mites, worms, ants, and: .MARGARET *REGINA CORCORAN. I >- #

'f. 4pj ;:.A: ; It must be picked by hand andit : Defendant,.
I -NOTICE TO DKKENU I -' .
!', is highly perishable.In THE STATE OF PIXRIDATO: ':,- "
Margaret Regina Corcoran '
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his classic Standard Residence Unknown '
Cyc1O-I I You are hereby notified that a
; pedla o>(; Horticulture, L. cult has been filed against you in ,
"it"has the above entitled cause;.and you "
ley stated flatly, been GOODPrintin
'. I are hereby required to file your answer -
clearly demonstrated that it with the Clerk of this Court :
.- and to serve a copy thereof upon :
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'." does not pay to grow, tomatoes the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney .
: '.' :9waj( :h.t. .n: scale." whose name and address is: ... '
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Ray Selden
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'" Times do change, however.An .Daytona Beach Floridanot ..
tr :1, later'than November 25th A D. ., .
:experimental mechanical 1960.
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.k harvester, developed at the Unl- 4 If you fail to do so, decree pro
. : confesso will be entered againstyou
versity, of California, was -"recently for the relief demanded in the
bill of complaint. The nature of
t4 demonstrated in .Califor- said suit being for 'divorce. -- : ,
nia's tomato country-the Sac WITNESS my hand and seal of .
" said Court this '18th day of.. October ,
. ramento Valley. Not surprisingly A. D. 1960Omclal ,
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RALPH E. HARBERT .
T'. on a new strain of tomato Clerk of said Circuit Court. ,
Oct. 27 & NO.V. 3.10.11--4tc: I ., .. I ,
that can withstand thepunish- -- -
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'JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
Like its over-all peer the potato -[AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY,'
.:. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. OFFICE '
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i niliii J ARTHUR. J. STEWART ;: -L.; .
mato, both primitive and cultivated Defendant. "
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4'; : still thrive there., THE t NOTICE-NAME TO OP DEFENDIN THE STATE'OF f; <;' ..: :: <: *

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INVOICES
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t LIFE ONVA BOAT.-. Oh, JOT t into Central America and 400 5th Street > ,k : '

r' *t's Mary Joy, a seagoing sweet- Mexico about 2,000 'years;ago. New Kensington. PennsylvaniaYOU : :
, ARE HEREBY notified thata ... i. .M;.. '
art atop lifeboat at Atlantic Aztecs :gave.it the name tomatl. Complaint for Divorce has been LETTER HEADS '

. -"- 'City, N.":1., secretary by day, When explorer tool; the'-plants tilde against_ you by MILDRED K. : <>:, ."' :t-!,
'band night.X STEWART.and -yotzare hereby no- .: f "" >,.ti '{f 1'" '" .;
.sktl'el"a&. .......... to the Old World, l Europeans filed against you by MILDRED K.ewer '"< <, '- ,;I tJ. ,1': :

/m>XvNX >X N ->> -NX-> did not know what to make of I in the or offlce pleading of.the to Clerk said of Complaint the Circult -. : f' BUSINESS 01WDS'1 '

Fr k&Glad's itThfey hardly be, blamed : Court,in and for Flagler Coun-> L ,
can .
: ty. Florida at his ..office in the Court : "
for taking caution, as it belongsto House in Bunnell Florida and to : 'ff: ; 1'
serve a copy pf such Answer or
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r,; SHOE REPAIR the deadly nightshade fam- pleading upon 1. Messrs. Duffett & < .. STATEMENTSBILL : "1' -- '. :
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= = 1. Ltlo< KWe: t, of Railroad ily. whose address is, 24 North ; : ;, ( ', -:: '
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as aiornamental.> t. In France the laws of Florida and the Flor- < ;
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T 0: FALFORD 'it was calle'd. pomme. d'amour, YOU FAIL TO DO SO' A DECREE ; :-:.. '. ; :
PRO WILL'BE'ENTERED .
CONFESSO 'I
hence the English. term "love ; RULED".J' FORMS '
RegisteredRealEstate3Jroker : AGAINST YOU FOR THE RELIEF :.- -
apple Italians'apparently l ,were DEMANDED/ IN SAID COM-.4. : -
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the first 'Europeans .to eat the The Flaglef Tribune is herebydesignated \

tomato, ''which they were growing -' as the newspaperiinwhich 4i = TICKETS and TAGS "
this Notice shall be published i Jj : .
s y= BimaelL .Florida & I : :
in about 1550. ft was widely tive once weeks.A, week. _;-for four consecu-..I '
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accepted as'food by the mid- WITNESS my hand and seal of : "* office at BunnelL* Flakier County, .
FREE PAINT ,
f 18th century. Florida, this '1st tlay-. of November.1I960 :.. ," '. '. "Ir. ,
doCIROULAR.S.'! l .
Tomato Comes HomeIt : -" '
One extra. gallon'' of your choice I (Official Seal)' '"
"; :with, ;each gallon you buy is possible that' the tomato- RALPH :E. HARBERT' i : 7 ,1 L .: tf ;; j'
Clerk. Circuit Court ,
reintroduced -to America, by .. : .
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Flagrler .
CountyFlorida ,
JMary Carter Paint Store in'the ,' .'J.,. ANNibUNCEMENTS f '
Nov. ,
Maine seafarers form of, 3'1.0ntc, : -i, "" ,' '
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Aim WeatR-at Kho' plnr CnterTV "Spanish sauce." or catsup: But IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT .. : ';. ., : : ,
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is record of .
there no tomatoes ,' .FLOKIBAV IN P OBAT&

; being grown in the Colonies until CASE NO. 583 : :,: '
s SERVICEALL IN RE: Estate of : : : : : :: ;;. :
Y after the' Declaration of ,In ,- / :
.. I : Thomas Jefferson GEORGE: C. IcARN Deceased '? .... .. I : ,;. ,
,dependence. ,CREDITORSAll ''
MAKES I NOTICE TO '
'.. .' cultivated tomatoes ih 1781., creditors of the estate of 'i
Don't'Do'Fl
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'1u.f I! hK .. GEORGE C. :McARN. deceased are :. !We { ...
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mericans.wouldn't "
For decades, most hereby notified and required to file I '.
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: any claims or demands which they ,'I ::1''r' '" .. S' .. .
of eating to .,
dreanr :
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13 ICA &: PH1LCO may have against said estate in V '
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: ; mato. Some of the nonsense was the office of the county judge ofFLAGLER ,,' : 1'.<. :: '*'
COUNTY I Florida in f ; '
TUBES & ANTENNAS 'SOLD dispelled, on a summer day in the courthouse at Bunnell FlorIda. < fRINtlN% ,

Y AND INSTALLED 1820 when a crusader 'named within the date eight of..the calendar first publication months from-of I ';.r. : ; :: : ,

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; named Robert Gibbon- Johnson this notice. Each claim or demand' : -.
; : TUBES TESTED FREE must be in writing and must state -N '
the of the Salem I : .' -
stood on steps, "
and
the place of residence post-
Jersey office' address of the ,claimant and : .: We" ; .
I County Courthouse in New I But Do.Sorieof; the' Best '
: must be sworn to by the claimant
1 TV, Bob I and devoured ''a{4o nato .with, his agent, or his attorney. or it ; : .< :. ,
r I will become void according: to law. ,.. ".. -:'. '. :.:

Onlookersed November 15. 1960. I .. .... .'.: ... ..
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SADYE LEE McARN. ,
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; Executrix the Estate \ .
'Ol, 4 PHONE HE 9-2204 I Ito his 1.ervudbut" :he",Uvedma- 1 y- George C. McArn deceased.! ... .,.> .
First November 17. ,
publication on :
I more- -.,./. years.ffe 1960. ,, "' : .
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t- : a f OR ALL HOURSDAY OR NOiT AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY "
,. r :.. fAMBULANCE ,FLORIDA, ,IN PROBATE, ': ;

l'IN CASE RE- : 'NO.'GSI Estate GEORGE) C. McARN Dial :ID ..7-3282Flagler :

; f Deceased.
PHONE VA y.41625AGUTIN11 NOTICE OF PROBATETO ,', J' .
VDI iICE, J' I ALL PERSONS JNTERESTED .\.' f ;
IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT -
.ST., .PLE3HIDAL1I.l.c : '
You are hereby notified that a '
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MliJ.It : t cethag: e G.r.k A_ .. We written instrument purporting to :: : ;
be the last will and testament of f
'a. '...wq,. Sty r sertiee,t gc+says ....x.sty, ; 8M said decedent has been admitted to ;; : ., .1
: orobate in this court. You are : ,. :.. .
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aa. ,. hereby commanded within six calendar 1Iie ; :itJ {
\ date of "
.k A. months from the the '

.... .... : Bi1pp, .- *.: W Oxygen ReiluikMor'" :..Ht' Ji- Hlat appear first cause publication:if in any this you: of vourt can this, why acid notice,te,kow*c to*: { :: : .: :,: ; ;

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-* will to' show act I..
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Thursday: Nov. 17, 1960 .' y THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE,. BUNNELL, .FLORIDA .>; PAGE NINE' :.
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.- PACTS 7 Since there are,many.new and]I a "newrarid 'desirable: feature; ':,' 1 1D !I'easy-to-care-for' furniture 'highly room. This',iscJn direct contrast

I different, styles of furniture being n't"overlook. Florida-clinlat- desirable in many'homes. to the trend"adhering to one _

FOR HOMEMAKERS ; displayed, "just looking"_ 'is ic conditions in- seltjtirig' : w furni Florida's scene of outdoor liv- particular 'period. or", style- .of:

often a good idea until: .you can. ture. Unless your .home is air-' :ing has produced. homes with furniture. .. .' / *%-

SELECTING FURNITURE decide just, what pieces will be conditioned, mildew will soon, smaller rooms .Spaciousness In _. '.
.. 'HOMES appropriate for the particular' : these rooms be partically IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF ,
FOR FLORIDA i appear in heavy over-stuffed can FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA. :!
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By Janet Davidson i room or rooms. furniture. The high humidity achieved through' the use of J.IN V. CHANCERY KEENER, NO. 4043 :

Whether 'It Is'a room .or a !t number' of furniture' will tarnish many of the metals I light-scale furniture; Place larg Plaintiff /."
A stores
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whole house to be ,furnlshed selection -, used such as brass on lamps er pieces of 'furniture parallel V8. ,.
have decorator- DOROTHY OGDEN KEENER '
experienced ".
of beautiful well. constructed I and caps on chair legs. Humidity with walls and chairs and tables 'Defendant. }
I salesmen who are willing to I NOTICE: TO DEFEND
out in the forming activIty -
yet functional : often causes in room
warpage THE
STATE
furnl-j help plan room OP FLORIDA.'TO: ;
.you: arrange grouping:. Dorothy.: Ogden Keener
ture can be a pleasure cabinets made of solid wood. ; :
me ts. They often. can give you J 2328,1-xeet<, Avenue TM.:
know how to sleep. helpful in Plywood and veneers are ,better. The wide variety of furniture Richmond. Virginia .
j neW ideas making attractive You
With eight to nine months of available today enables you to are hereby notified thata.
suit
settings, of course using has been filed against you in
: the year being warm, outdoor I produce unusual, and pleasing the above entitled cause; and you
f E their furniture. Making a scaled are hereby required to file your.answer
WORLD OUTDOORSPRELIMINARY drawing ofthe room to take living predominates the Florida room setting depending primarily with the Clerk of this Courts ,
casual light of theINSIIEStay and to serve a copy thereof upon .
making : the background .
on
scene, the '
... while shopping isoften helpful plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney_
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whose name and address is
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tr I to you arid the salesman.' W. Cecil Grant
407H Main. Street

I. The' construction of furniture 1 Issued & Rest Assured later Daytona thAn Beach.December Floridanot .,th.. A.D.,

"' is one of the most .important 1960.
no"label If you Tall to do so, decree pro .
consider. If there is
I points to confeoso will be entered against. .
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plan? are un- giving information about GET THE BEST PROTECTION, FROM you for the relief demanded in the t::
derway for the second na- i, ; bill of complaint. The nature of ;
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tionwide''economic of I I I the cushioning, filling,... frame, said suit being for divorce. .

hunting and fishing In survey January, I seat construction and finish, be H. T. COOK AGENCY : said WITNESS Court this my 4th hand day and of November seal or .-
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1961. Karl Stulzman. Washington, i sure. to have the salesman tell I- (Official A. D.Seal 1960.) .>

,,D.C..Office, of the, Bureau ofSport1 I you. If foam rubber is used, Citizens Bank BIdg.; BRUN Firma RALPH. HARBERT
,
J .Fisheries and Wildlife. has I solid or molded pieces should be .Nov., 1017.24 Clerk -osaid& Dec. Circuit 1-4tc CoUrfc',

predicted 'the survey will showa I used, not ''broken pieces. _. ..-- -- --
'marked increase,, .in the economic i In llihterscaled_ furniture I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEV ,',
of ENTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.. IV "
aspects fishing and
j rubber strip webbing or flat tie AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY.
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hunting;, when compared with. the
FLORIDA
iiCRAIG IN" CHANCERY CASK
only other-economic' survey made springs are used in .place of coilsprings 'j. FUNERAL HOME NO. 4132 _
C.
: LOUIS KELLY. .
In 1955. and are equally durable.. :.
Plaintiff. .
S
; \ The 1955 survey showed that Materials used for 'construction A. H. CRAIG* Funeral Dtaecter i'I.... VS. Dttaoree

F 24,917,000 men' and women,hunted may be solid wood veneer, plywood J .' -' .' JOHN. HARDIN. Associate DELORES K., KELLY. Defendant. ..

I, and fished during that year and or metal. Wood frames ::, T .' NOTICE.TO APPEAIl -
spent $2,850,979,000 In pursuit of AIR OXYGEN THE,STATE OF: FLORIDA. TO: ';
should be securely glued, dbwel DJ LOBES. JK.
LADY KELLY also ",
'I
I the recreational activities. These CONDITIONEn sometimes known as DELORES '
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ed and braced. Drawer corners I EQUIPPED? :i.
KAMMLNGA. '
staggering figures. Include .only i ATTENDANT Not 64 Union Circulation .. 0 .,
should be dovetailed so that I CHAPEL AMBULANCES Co., 'Inc.. 830 West !..
., those who participated in the i Peachtree Street N.W.. Atlanta.. -
notches fits perfectly. Upholstery : Georgia.YOU 0 ;j'
sports of hunting and: fishing. :i.i

Broken down the 1955 figures fabrics should be. durable and i I I Phone ID 7-3532 that a ARE suit for HEREBY divorce NOTIFIED has been, ''-'.-::

, showed that '7,680,000 both fished easy to clean. Removable coverson / filed against you In the above entitled ...'
and 'I'1 l 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA cause and you are hereby ,
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i hunted 13,133.000 fished only loose cushioned furniture are required to serve upon Plaintiff .

' and 4,104,000; hunted only.. That Attorney whose name and address ;.. .,
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. year ,the .typical hunter ,spent', "- 'ft' appear tense, if hereon. your Wl'lttel'\r
any. to the Bill of Complaint
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;. $91.98 for his' hunting expenses. in said suit, on or before '
; He spent eight,and .one-half 'dayi'hunUng I the 16th day of December A. D. _- ..
, I960 else decree
... made an average of five be entered against pro you confesso will .,:.
and one half trips and drove his WITNESS my hand and seal of k
said Court this 7th day of November .. .
i automobile 266 miles,' allto, quest' A. D 18CO. -
: .of game. (Seal) RALPH E. ItARBERTS i}

t This typical fisherman spent an. W. L. ADS'VORTH Clerk of said Court

average of $79,49(fished nine and P.O. Box 396 "0' ..A

one-half days made, eight trips. BunneJl Florida. ft.. if;;
Attorney for Plaintiff '
and drove his car 319 miles. :
First Publication-November 10, 1960 '
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The 1960 .figure' no doubt, ;will Nov. jlO1724.Dec., 1-.:-4tc _
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dhow a staggering Increase.; Not -- --
IN CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
,.only in the pumber, fishermen / Y-'yr?
i and hunters; but as well in.the _. AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY 1110.4150
'\ money spent for these two activities FRANCES PHILLI e'f

t' ,''and the mileage driven. Plaintiff i

" Hunting and, fishing are "big vs. _
I business"-but the amount of : JOSEPH. E. PHILLIPS, .5 5 : !
', l Defendant.
; money spent.fo'r guns and fishing' : OFNFLORIDA-ME OF THE' STATES ,j

fir: tackle,' boats, boat rentals. and : TO: JOSEPH E. PHILLIPS. ,7"" j

.J.:. others essentials is generally con, y Residence address: Unknown

.: sidered well 'spent by the enthusiast ". a > You ORDER.OF PUBLICATION ..,. E
are hereby required to file '
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; ; who has learned to enjoy your answer with the Clerk of this ,:

';. the exciting, relaxing and: chal- : Court to the Bill of Complaint filed '\, .
'. lenging world .outdoors. herein against you In the above '
entitled cause on or before the 2nd
'r'-" \ The fact that Americans today day of December, A. D. 1960 and

.: have,more.leisure time than ever serve,. a copy thereof upon Lawrence
Barns. Esq., plaintiffs attorney,
has contributed to the ever-in herein. whose address is 416 Sea-
! creasing popularity of outdoor breeze Boulevard Daytona Beach
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Florida "Flagler Tribune" Is hereby
N activities of course.
designated as' the newspaper in-
which this order shall published '
once a week for four consecutive-
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weeks. HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A. "
'fizz y' DECREE PRO CONFESSO WILL
f ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOIC
SUCH FAILURE, .
: } The nature of this suit If bill
: for divorce.
i* WITNESS my hand and seal at
Bunnell. Flagler County Florida, ,
this tat day f NoTembc .4.D...
ai I960 ',
w (.Official Seal) j! --S

; RALPH E. HARBERT .
As Clerk Circuit Court
a J Flarler County, Florida
4 Nov. 3-10-17-24-4tc
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Df'THE CIRCUIT COURT OF'/Tllr
f SEVENTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT''IN
USE YOUR OWN ADJECTIVES to d SC Je.lj; 'AND FOR FLAGLER COUN .
TY'
; NO. 4I4S FLORIDA.' IN CHANCERY.
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: ', .r:'p Southern Bell's outstanding films, lecturedemonstrations'andf RUTH WALLER,
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.' .. { ;telephone fours available to for -:' '*' : LARRY vm
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as WALLER.
.'" you. programs ,.v. '; Defendant.


,f'\ ..;. ti-, ., ....... r'church" school,,civic and business groups.. .L r./ OF IN FLORIDA THE- NAME: OF THE STATE ..

I' .- '. : ,. ., TO; Harry WaUer,
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-1T'S' JUSTA .' : ( ... Whose address and place of .
.sOMETII4ES
ff:
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f' J' HAHCuT, 'STEAD OF A Han, your own showing of such talked about nati l' YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED .

< HAT SIZE THAIS) .. 4 that a Bill of Complaint has been
i LARGO TV shows l filed against in the Circuit
you
-"He
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' as 'The Alphabet Conspiracy" noths rt
Mf OEDl .,' f Court of the Seventh Judicial "
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-" :. >. S. Circuit of
Florida, !in and for
t. M gnificent',.. Of select from maay other types and ,.;-; -. RUTH FJaltler County in Chancery by L
: WALLER. The nature of"sld
t:. A' car engine without power : : ,=- suit is a Bill for Divorce. Tour
i orrpepls pretty unreliable. subjects BHisic, drama, science, aalety or good : are hereby required to file person'
i! ; ally
.z or by attorney with the Clerk:
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t see. us,.for the expert auto ; > or said Court your written defenses:. '
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. telephone usage. .". If jnjr you have. to said Complaint
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r se-rvlce'and kthat'llgive .
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:r > .." and to serve same upon the under-
.' signed
meted* pleasure "- r attorney for Plaintiff on or
yea .. before the $tb day of December.
'1/'" and:,economy Y ,aH:year 'round. To obtain A.D. 1960 to.wit.
.. ,," a copy.ol owe Program Catalog, borrow fikt ,.>.. GILLEISPIE and GILLESPIE.
Attorneys at Law

': I't : :',,,', arraage tours or leclwes,without charge, just (3l"CD] ,2- 022. 'New Bank Smyrna of New Beach Smyrna Florid Buildftn

: : : hereby THE designated FLAGLER as'TRIBUNE the newsPaper fa-

: -J' 5ii In which this Notice shall
Y be published once a week for four
;. (<) eonsecuUve weeks.
!' .." WITNESS tny hand and offidar
seal at
Bunnell. Flagler County
,' : \: '; -- : -' Florida.. this 28th day f October ,
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,-<. F. _' : : ", _, .... Jt"J._' ',_; OILLBSPIB AND GILLESPJE.
R '. Byj W. M. flILLESPIE -,'

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., r4 ,13/ ;_' *> i4r9Pv ; New Treatment :For f. i ': VFACTS ; make the. smile w even. more. appealing .- .- Ing can" .Js be fun a respohslbll1 if you. get.';tha:'-buts:* 'Second it -' -

v MV9v&0. ... Baas ,Soft,. clear skin is an,asset to Look! '-v .-'*. '" .
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:: .]lABY"SOH have skin problems ELEPHANTS LIVE LONG
LOOK YOUR BEST you may
.t.::; Mr. 'ari"d :Mrs.. IarryJ.Izter of Shrinkage of:,Fabrics but with proper .diet.and

,j ,- '".. Perry ,Ga., announce'the'arrival U.s. Department: of .Agriculture 'By Sybil :Magness exercise plus a daily scrubbingwith Of all mammals only elephants

<,2-S;;. fet'a son,'born,.November 3, there. scientists have discovered' -JIow do you Impress people? soap and water, you should occasionally outlive man.
.""' .' Do/they like* what they :see? It The longest-lived elephant was
; He. weighed seven: pounds five i a new treatment that 'shrink-:, i have no problem.The .
> : '- has been given'the :is up to you. You are 'judged reported to be 85 _years old.
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ounces and
and hahre
!r : / I proofswool ,fabrics, makes condition. your
.. ';, ...: ." .. name of. L. 'T; Izlar '4th., them safely washable in machines. I by.oth rs, solely on_ your, appearance flects -the. condition of your body Many elephants survive for 50
"t" t1 : i until have an opportunlty to 75 years. '
Mr; and Mrs: ; Izlar are former you as dq your skin and posture. ,

..if : 0 :' residents. of Flagler Beach, : to speak for yourself. Proper diet exercise sleep and ... ... .'. ..__.__.. ...
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Their is- essentiallya Your is an important
discovery' ', appearance
daily grooming will, contribute' f "FR
:Mrs. 'Lee Blakely :Mrs, ;JeseieMuzyka .i way to ,cover wool<< fibers with part of the impression> you,giveto to healthy hair. Neat, clean FRED A.
r Marie and Zena Munzyka ultrathin coating of..a polyamide -, others. .
. :.c:<, r ; an hair.improves the appearance of JEWELER iTS.1
:::- ::" ,. were visiting In .Macclenny tllat is chemically similar Good grooming is not only the anyone.' Do shampoo your hair

,>-'.:'. Sunday. They:, were accompanied .. i td, .one type of nylon. Treated outward appearance, but is an as: often as necessary to remove DIAMONDS-WAT
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perspiration .
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: :> 'Mrs. .Abbie Waters :who texture and yet wash without How ,do you rate? prevent dandruff ..Then comb or { .J"/I/

': ':: will spend some time Here. .with ,t shrinking and dry without A happy. person is a .healthy brush ybur hair with your own .

+ :.: lier. -i* I wrinkles. *** ;" J I II person.. 3y eating,',the 'right diet, comb, or brush. -
.. I getting the amount of Community
proper ?
tell
Dp hands on
The' new treatment t can be your :; you
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":,.t. Mr.. and Mrs A. 'Burrows i combined with USDA&recently sleep and exercise you will be People notice-them as much as I Memorial Church '

} ., .- have returned ..to their, home>' ; announced ethanplarnlne method better able to meet new people your face. Rough redhands "'
here after extendedwyisit inPhiladelphia and,situations., If feelgoodl: later-denominational .
: an you with bitten ,nails., or chipped "n
for pleats
putting permanent ; .
Paff r letT others it AIR CONDITIONED
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!' why not know by polish show neglect arid 'ner
in wool fabrics. It -
"0: and
-: t3w creases
: 'ii' standing straight and looking Daytona Are. ,,
.: differs, however 'from the vousness.. Your hands are efficient
y 'X' ".. Among those from: Bunnellattending .: shrinkproof treatment previously alive When your spirits droop, so make them attractive I I FLAGLER BEACH

the Homecoming game. in which modified! stand and sit tall, walk as anI Well.kept short nails are more I Sunday School ,"0:00. A.M.,
.. : in-GalnesvIUe: were Mr-and Mrs. reported ., not as ah S. '
> ''::!. 'I epoxy resins are used graceful, than long'nails... Relax- Church Service 11:00: A.M.
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,. Walter .KnigKt Mr, and Mrs.. Cleanliness isa must and is .ed' hands used calmly,and quietly R. W. DICKERT, .Paitor
., ,.' "' "Walter Cody, Mrs Robert Cook, r'! Using a reaction 'well kriowrt .an aid to gaining self..confidenceand 'are the ideal toward whichwe l
::" !Mrs. 'Walter Morris, ::Mr. and' in chemical research called, interfacial attractiveness Soap and should strive. j EVERYONE WELCOME

... JMrs Rob Ieeiv' and. Mr.' and polymerization the water are essential for you to Other :peoples' impressions of I I--

7 Mrs. George 1\1. -.-.Moody..' '* chemists, immerse wool, in a dilute be clean look and smell clean. you are formed by the way you II.

_.';J'.f\ solution -of-a diamine. and Bathing helps to control perspi look and act. So set aside a 1 I.. BlackwelFsRestaurant

' ::{ Mrs:.-Li'S: Cody. .spent.... Wednesday then immediately, draw It ration but .a deodorant insures few minutes each''>day -to practice -;

.::., : "in Palatka, with her mother through dilute solution of di- that clean freshness throughout better grooming habits. i .

.. a -. who Is a 'patIent in ahospitalIhere. acid ,chloride. Under suitable the day. Keep underarmsfree Everyone is proud of you when I

.. conditions a very [thin and eXtremely of hair to allow persplra. you look, your best. Good groom.. 18th St. & AlA
: durable polymer: film is tion to evaporate more: freely.Don't i Flagler Beach

,;- ? Mr,. and :Mrs ;Russell Kay .of formed on the surface of the. forget your'feet. They, too I SHRIMP :

'" Tampa visited with Mr. arid wool fibers. -- need a deodorant powder to' RCAVICTOR ,
: S. :: Miss M.B.;'Fuller atThe: .Tribune neutralize foot odors. LIVING ,COLOR TV ,CHICKEN ti .

'.:.. .:<>fflce, Wednesday 'morning. Mr. The researchers say the film Never underestimate the pow.. "LOOK FOR THE PICTURE" BARBECUE. '.. : ,
-.. 4' :.;- .-'Kay, is owner of' the. Florida i I is so thin that it increases' fabric .er-of a smile It makes others Southern 1W THE Radio WIN&0O\V Teievisioa FISHSANDWICHES'5 ". : rI

: \ dews -Service in Tampa and weight as little? as one percent feel good 'to see you smile. Clean 226 E.: Granada Ph. OR 7-2001 ":
h-:( ,4."....:r--- .-writes the "To Late/.to. Classify"" or less. Commercial equip-i teeth and a pleasant Breath) i. OKMOND l -. .-, ..... -
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