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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 24, 1960
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 48, NOl "46. BUNNELL: FLORIDA, THURSDAY, _NOV. 24; 1960 '=...'- _$2.50 A:YEAR ,


J Businessmen !. METHODIST Bulldogs End RODGERS-BAGS--- ': City FathersDiscuss

:: CHURCH ;NEWS ,UNUSUAL TURKEYWhile .

"Christ-Like" was the themefor Grid Season hunting Monday after- .

r Meet Is Set For the Thanksgiving service at,' .1 noon John Rodgers killed a turkey ReportOn ,

t.- the First Methodist Church Wed. gobbler with three "beard"'I
On 4Record
nesday evening, Rev. W. L. Spi- instead. of the usual one.

4_ Tuesday Evening cer, Jr., JMiid (By Leslie pache) First there was a slender and Water Survey '.

The sermon subject for the 11 The Newberry Panthers, "run- short beard, the second was a ',..*

The Bunnell Businessmen's o'clock service Sunday'morning nersup in the Suwannee River little longer,while the third wasa Black & Associates, Inc, of ,

; Association will meet next Tues will ,be "Essence of Sin." The Conference, struck with lightn- full length and fluffy beard. Gainesville, chemical engineers, ,J

3'; day evening, November 29, at topic for the Sunday evening ing speed and scored two TD's The turkey weighed about 16 submitted to the city commission

.._ J Bulow State Park.. vesper service will be "LookingTo in the first half ofthe game pounds and was .a fairly young Monday night its report on the

!!,. ;i' Included in the program for Jesus" I here last Friday night Ronnie bird, Rodgers said. I Bunnell waterworks system. The

the evening will -be a business Staley and Ronnie Vittitde firm/'estimated the cost to carryout

f meeting of the association and Mouth-to-Mouth the scores, thus it ended at 140. Value th ir recommendations i '
'
In, the second half, Staley Top Stamp
,: an oyster roast and hamburger would be about $180,000. ,
touctfdown and
t fry. The meeting is called for scored another
;'_' 7:30. Members and their wives Breaching FilmJs the extra point ma e- it 210.. Winners Announced They proposed increasing wa-
The Bulldogs refused to quit and ter rates to consumers and rent Ion
[ are urged to attend this meet, Thirty-five thousand Top Val-_ .
Shown at Lions ClubAt took charge of the play. Quar- fire hydrants to pay the $18.000 ,- k'
L. ing. ue stamps were given away
terback John Craig scored but of period of 30 years. The
r- Guest speaker for the evening the Lions Club's last meet- It Saturday by Bunnell merchants
the extra point was no good. commission took no action be
"
: ., will be Robert Miles, 'Jr., Industrial ing the program was presented was then 21.6.Douglass' following two weeks of special cause two commissioners- ni

t. engineer of the. Daytona, by Lion H. B. Burks and Lion McDilda, Panther promotion. absent. -
f(' Beach Chamber of Commerce* Walter Morris. A colored movieon. tackle, showed the fans what Winners of the trade stamps -

The meeting will ,be 'held.at. Emergency Breathing was college scouts are looking for. were Myra Wadsworth, 15,000; The engineres proposed a wa-
shown. This is the mouth-to- While our own Ronnie Canak- Menora Steward, 7,500; Eddie ter treatment plant two addi-
:. 'the pavillion in the park which
mouth breathing that 4s replacing aris made quite a few tackles Long, 2,500; Mrs.: A. B.Johnston, tional wells and overhauling
:
; Is located Old Kings Road
on ,
.: South. the artificial respiration in that matched McDilda's, both 2,500; Chris Kilper 2,500; EasterM. the present pumping equipment.

cases of choking,..drowning, etc. i teams wound up the season with Jones, 1,000Carol Atkinson, The report showed the city's
:; On Sunday afternoon" Novem- i this game. Bunnell with a 4.6 1,000; Bernice Barber, 1,000; waiter is completely satisfactory

.' ber 13, Lions: Fred Fruits, Frank record and the Panthers withan Mary E., Bullock 1,000; W. F. except for its heavy iron con

.'4.. Dexter Knight Boswell, and Leonard, Moody attended -, 8-1-1 record. : Baker, 1,000.Drainage. tent. The commission has been
: : the district meeting in Bulldog Pigskin aware of the need for additional

Ocala. Well' our Bulldogs finishedthe well supply for several years,

?[: .'. Dies Following On 'Wednesday Y, November 16,. season with a 4-6 record. I and at one time last year were

I the zone meeting was\;held.at. know this disappointed a lot of Project; contemplating requesting consumers
A Illness : the Ormond Beach Club' and Saturday ,morning quarterbacks.This .
(.; Brief to cut down on use
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I i was presided over by 'Zone I canunderstand.. When Application Made of water for lawn spraying, etc. I
1 ,Chairman Leonard Moody Those the season started we had one -I II
4 ; Dexter L. Knight of Daytona attending were Lions A. W. ,of. the largest squad,of playersof The commission also had re- / !
/ Beach passed away at the Hall- Alt of them To Washington
Tucker Frank Boswell any season. quested two months ago a re- :
,
secretary,
*
.. fax Hospital Dearly Monday and the Bunnell Club president, looked good but-so.,did the other port on future planning and development -

r morning after a';$rief'' illness.. .' Fred Fruits. teams. Most of our boys were ,(By Tilmcm .W. Robinson) from the ,Florida Development -

4 : JMr 'Knight was; the ?son- ot, The :committee;*.'fading up "green",JuUheyAd,,!ood::flow-. -- ."'JIf": ... -' -' ComjxvissiQn .Monday _..::
i: Mrs. Eunice P. ;Taylor-of; St, the turkey shoots, to tbe held at ever, a fumble here and a mis The"final application'foirassistance night Martin Gainer of Jhe commission -' .
"* Augustine and .the late K. ,K.. take there caused .them to lose on the Haw Creek '
: the airport .December 3, ;10 and presented a report and
: Knight of Bunnell He was born the first three games., Drainage Project Has been sent discussed at with .
: Jength the
Lions H.
17, is B. Burks and .
in Jacksonville but had lived in The Saturday quarterbackswere to the secretary of (agriculture commission what be .
needs to
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Gayle Mercer.Baptist .
Flagler: County most, of his life. : trying, to lay the blame on of the U. S. Department Agri done to insure the orderly development

He had resided in Daytona the coaches. I stood up for and culture. and growth of the

r Beach for the past year. He Observe defended them "and the team The application, which is co-'city. .h

'_ served with the U; S.. Marines At this time I want to say this: sponsored by the Flagler Soil The water and
survey report
L during '''World War 'II. He was Lottie :Moon I, would like for all parents Conservation District and the the development '
report are on
t'" : 36 years of age. I who have a. boy on the team to Flagler County Board of Commissioners file in the city clerk's office and

N '"" Mr Knight;1s :survived by his Week, of Prayer know Humphrey.about I Head know Coach Bill's first Bill asks for federal, as- may be seen by any interested ,

t wife, Mildred,'Daytona: Beach; sistance in developing works of person. -
1 '" his mother, ':Mrs. Eunice P. The ,Lotti Moon :Week of concern is to teach each boy ,improvement on four creeks in
how to play ball in a safe L '_
; Taylor of Augustine;: ,a step Prayer for foreign missions will way. Flagler County. They are Little .

:." son, Ted Daniels of: Ormond be observed at the First:Baptist, If a is'.boy injured is not he in will, good not shapeor play Haw, Middle Haw, Sweetwater Choirs Practice for

Beach. Also surviving, are several Church next Monday through Branch and Big Haw-Black
t him. I have seen him take care
t:,,. uncles, aunts and cousins. Friday, Mrs. Alma Sheffield said of the boys like a father. He Branch, would be widened and Christmas Cantata,

t(l.'" Funeral services were held at today. tapes their ,ankles and "wrists. deepened so that flood waters .
\. ;'. two o'clock Wednesday after. Each morning except Wednes This takes time.In would be contained within, the The combined choirs' the

':- noon from,the chapel of Bagget- day'the program-will be heldat the meantime he has to banks. First Baptist Church and ,the .

McIntosh Funeral Home in Daytona the church from 9-to .10 o'clock. teach new plays and get ready The channel improvement on First Methodist Church are

: 'I Beach., Rev'Thomas Pin The Wednesday program will be for the next game. Then we these creeks would also createan meeting on Sunday afternoons #

I I' ner, pastor of .th 'First Baptist presented from 7:30 to 8:15.In_ have Coach' Martin Ralph. His improved drainage situation at 4 o'clock at the Methodist

Church of Bunnell; ;officiated. the evening. The. theme for the job is to put the boys in shape; covering 150,000 acres in the Church in preparation for a

;- Interment followed' at the family week will be "WhenJesus Saw to make big boys out of little county, including areas ,sur- Christmas Cantata to be pre '
this I mean that I
boys. By
;,. plot in the Crescent City tle Multitude." have seen some young boys, rounding Bunnell and Espanolaand sented Wednesday, December 21,
Louise Harris will give the at ,the Methodist Church. ;
f.'Cemetery.. who after a season .of football, most of the truck farming
t. Pallbearers were" Curtis Rod reading each' day' and ,Mrs. Fred seemed to have grown up- and improved pasture areas. Director Walter Morris reports ,

':'., gers, Leonard 'Mood .-*'..,Walter Fruits will be in charge of'the which they did.. The works of improvement, as that the men's sectidn needs i

I. Eberhardinger Rodney-' dead, music daily. Today football is not like it outlined in the application, more singers. Any men Inter- I

!' William Shaw,' 4.and James The subject Monday,will. bj was 20 years agoknockingheads. would improve Big Haw Creek- ested In sharing in this program j!

Daugherty.. 1 "Seeing the Multitudes Hungry," Today's football is fast. Black Branch_from,Crescent Lake are invited to the practice ses- !
L,,: : and the introduction Avill be Boys have to be more alert, think east to u.S. Highway No. 1 sions. The two church's ..mem i j I

p t>Small given by Alma Sheffield, and who and act plays fast.today I believe also improveshis any boy south of Bunnell., Approximately bers and friends, and thes general I

League the story by Elnora 'Pinner. school work, and most colleges five miles of Little Haw Creek public are Invited to;the. .,' I

,' Tuesday's subject 'is "Seeingthe are looking for boys witha south to somewhere in the vicinity Cantata. ',;.
Municipalities.J I
:
r ,Multitudes Diseasesd. Bat- good academic record also, of State Highway Noi: 305, I
' tie King gives the introductionand and it will be considered along and Middle Haw Creek south to
Will Meet Here the story will be given by i with their playing record. This, the vicinity of Relay and Sweet-' Christmas Ms:
Edition
'
The Bunnell City Commissioners Margaret Clegg.Wednesday is so because many boys who water Branch south for four to I
evening Eleanor, get grants-in-aid have tofall
'". have invited the League of out because of low grades.At six miles.Of Christmas is Just one month !
'. Matherly will portray Lottie course, to what extent the from will
Small Municipalities to meet this tirae'T want to go backto today. The Tribune I
'. Moon and the introductory will creeks will will publish its
here in February, Commissioner. the father Lopez 'game be developed, Christmas edition
said be given by Emma Murray. be determined December 22. It is the custom
Levi Brannam today. when a lot of boys were being by complete en- I
J Louise Church will give the gineering furnished by here for stores and individuals
Mayor Commissioner a c k carried off the field. Also the surveys I
Clegg and Commissioners ,Harry story and the subject will be ,(Continued on page 8) the Soil Conservation Service. to have Christmas Greet- !
J U\Vhen.lesus Saw the Multitudes Alternate lag ads in this edition.We -
I Atkinson and Levi; Brannam,attended plans would also be I
.. the:'league meeting held Afraid." Driver Test Hours developed at the request of the have this year: a big assortment -. f!
Thursday morning the intro- of Christ and New ,
The will
\ in Lake Helen Thursday nightThey sponsors. local sponsors I
: will be given by Mrs. IK L. Har- Year Greetings, with a diversified
: extended' the invitation to Change December 6 be in full control of the proceed 1
hold the meeting: here at that ris and the subject will, be "See ings at all times and will have line of sentiments that :;

ing the Multitudes Without a Driver's license examinationswill the authority to approve, rejector are included with beautiful '
tinie. j Shepherd." Clarice Harris will illustrations. These are now
be held on Tuesday from adjust the plans as they are
: :: E.ARLY'Qt HISTORY give the story 2 to 5 P. M. at the court house, developed so long as they con- on hand and we suggest that
,; Thera Cowart will give the in- County Judge Duane been's office form to engineering feasibility. you come by the office or giveus -_"
l :. ,Read the. story on page 8 of troduction Friday_ morning and reports. The new hours will a call "at ID 7-3282 to let : :

this issueto learn hew voting the subject will, be "When Jesus be observed beginning Tuesday, During* the 1959C60 season 33- I us We know will your wants. sales'K

;- for office wafi>conducted_ in theY Sawthe Multitudes With Com- December 6. 000 carloads of vegetables were try to have a
saa call in
however
on
early days:oC,oureouftry before passion.LuellenDeen: Will pre-_ The hours formerly were from shipped from Palm Beach county I the meantime you come in and select -' '

we adopted, paper Ballots. sent, the story. 9 to 11:30 A. M: each Tuesday. .: yours from the fall line.J .




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.:.' PAGE TWOf" : ;; .{ 'a THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL. FLORIDA < Thursday, .N.ov.24,:: 1960 ::

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.:. Society'r' ing time only weighing I of ;ayre I ciety had not 'disposed% of" it b I i ciety -prlnted.the.; ..work..'ff.,.of..... Sir low. In the 19th .anoth z r Fellow -

Royal (air)' ahdi:doing nothing else- proof,. men might have .argued. Isaac Newton, who:served as its Charles Darwin, stirred/the-

.. since. ..they. sat". -' about it for centuries y. : elected world with his. theories of evolu-
: Enjoys The Last .. \ '. f I president.. In thel5th; it.
z SOme.2 centuries. later. Queen In the '17th century, the .So. I Benjamin FrariWiri to?be'a;.FelTIIE tion. In the 20Ur, the Society I
awarded Medal to
its
Copley,
Roya1J I of. George: V, .
Laugh on : Maryconsort
y 1 t Ivan Pavlov Albert Einstein, ,
I watched a Royal Society experiment and Niels '
Bohr, _
Britain's Kings' and Queens I in which the:death of several nft...Y FAMILY BY LL'YlIII1II1II '. -.
have often poked' eflectionate bluebottle flies .demonstrated Recent .critics have charged.

fun at the' Royal Society, now the presence of a poisonous WHAT ARE AIL X-STfcJC AROUND a4l>MAAEA D COXATIY PATJOU.Y + the Society with'..narrowness. and. .
observed THESE HOLLOW )JUWOR AND ill.U Autof IJCU..OI/ras...
4iMost failure
interesting to recognize the newer-
its 300th. annivers gas. V&LffJ
celebrating $DOING SHOW\CU HOW ''''. ,
.' But the Society has*1ad the [ the Queen,, "but .personally. BAPZI-.X 10 MAI A PATIO social sciences. But the.Society- :
ary.
,.. last laugh. '':. '' *I I always use a swatter*: wr So 15'1\- ...;_" ?--=--=-_:o- has repeatedly? demonstrated,.
-- through three centures;of his-
; .- The banter started shortly aft Elizabeth Upholds Tradition tory, that like science itself it ;

er the "Royal Society of London In 1960 Queen Elizabeth II.I can always break out of the-
; for promoting Natural Knowl. I shell of
carried on the royal tradition ofbadinage I past errors* i iI
"edge" was organized on December j I by twitting the Societyf I.I

,5, 1660 says the National waiting nearly; 300.years to -

Geographic. Society. Charles .II'I admit women to membership.But Frank &
_ wlio obliged. the group with a I unlike some of Her predecessors .;
:: charter "mightly laughed"-- at
,
I the present Queen show.
, TILES WITH HOLE SIPS& REPAIR ,
the. early scientists "for spendCLASSZflED- ed a sober appreciation. of the AmYMXtaZ* TWE N TILfS.-FILL W. MOODY BLVD. ;
1 Society's work ;ins.the modern I I w- HOIK H77H COCR t>C VfNT KR 1 Block West of Railroad' !
.4 eA77Y! ffF7-
General Shoe Repair ;
07. .
age. -
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"Our future depends on your

abilities,",she told the Fellows. .

1 Such a tribute would have I II
L AREA BUSINESS I

I .ADS- !I seemed century when fantastic the world's In the oldest 17th DIRECTORY : -

3 LbtlJap rents 'per under word thus each heading insertion are, I scientific 'organization got its I r
AUTO FURNITURE I
.. 75 ,cent !. minimum eJa.rp. start. At that time science hardly I SERVICE CLEANERS ._

HAMMoND CHORD ORGAN existed at all, though an intellectual I McDANIEL'S BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY Ormond Bedding and

Used but in good 'condition only ferment was well under I CLEANING- Furniture Co.
: Service Station
$495; Spinet pianos from $445.00up. way. I SERVICE Substantial BEDS--SOFAS Discounts-FURNITURE on All

Expert piano and organ Wealthy men enthusiastically : STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS ODe Daily S I. 6 $10 Tradeln Covers Down Paymenh

service. Thompson Music Co., collected "rareties" like petrified I I Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs Phone ID 7-3188 ..' IL S. ROBENBERRYr Owner

134 Vblusia,Ave., Daytona Beach, wood, coconuts, and ostrich eggs, I I 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell; gg CraaadaOrmoad DeJa. OR 7-641
Fla. CLinton 2-8215.: 11-24-ltc Bunnell ID 7-7119
and loved to talk about new.dis CONCRETE PRODUCTS GARDEN SHOP.Gray'a .

FOR SALE. CBS 2-bedroom home coveries. None ,were more en. Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOiLLUBRICATION

with Florida room,dining room, thusiastic than a group which Your "Q" For ConcreteDial Garden Center
Headquarters
kitchen and large utility room,' began meeting in London about GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen CL_ 3-8113 Gifts.for Dry Gardenias Arrangement Need.Ceramics .
located on 100x110 foot lot 1645.: This group, which grew Materials j
,Phone after, 4 P.M. ID. 7-3486: into the Royal Society, had to 7 A.M.-10 P.JL-7 Daya DAYTONA: ,,BEACHQuillian's Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers* j

Nov. 24-tf, endure the laughter of all 'England State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 TORO LAWN MOWERS !

for the supposed trivialityof Concrete: Inc.: 147 Tomoka:Avenue-Ph. OR 7-0511 1
'
.
Colonial Service Station ORMOND ;
FOR IMMEDIATE SALE unfurnished its discussions: In a day when .. -

,. 3-bedroom house with bath new continents 'were being dis EARL E. RICE. ProprietorGAS0ILLUBRICATION DRUG STORES HARDWARE I ,
room fixtures electric wiring, '-
covered and kings were losing
etc. Priced for quick sale. cOntact their heads, it seemed ridiculousfor MOTOR TUNE-UP Anderson: Drug: ,Store THAT FAMOUS PAINT j

by phone ID '73757.; men to devote serious studyto GOODYEAR TIRES.& BATTERIES -- Exclusively at
.PrescriptionsSick
Nov.,,24-Itp air, water, insects,' and flow u.s.. HIWAT 1 BUNNELL ..:.. Room Supplies FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE 1 i;

.. .. FOR RENT--Unfurnished large Sundries "*' r /Jf1W i
ers.But. Sullivan's Gulf Service Inoglerjjettclf I
;:'. 2-bedroom garage apartment. .the earlyscientists: found '
BUNNELL .
-
C' Call HE 9.2318, or see Zeke support'.among the clergy Many GULF r HE 9-2103 \

Chaffee. I divines believed that deeper' GA80ILSLUBR1CATIONTIRE8TUBESACCESSORIES
11-17-tf
Moody Pharmacy Village Hardware Center i
knowledge ,of:creation: would; enhance Beach Information :
FOR LEASE-Old Tucker tract man's reverence of the "Specializing-: Service and. Flagler County'a Corner Drug store I ROUSE PAINTS I
;b Dean Road, 'Bunnell. 30 to 40 Clean Rest Rooms"In Match and mix color t
Creator. Fellow PRESCRIPTIONS any .
One. .an Aglican The Heart of Flagter Beach .
r acres improved potato land.,Call bishop: stressed the "accurate DRUGS-SUNDRIES- Builder Supplies Kitchenware

; Townsend, 821 'Broadway, Daytona order and symmetry in the AUTO REPAIRS FOUNTAIN GIFTS GREETING CARDS

y Beach CL 2-T5984.: frame of the 'most minute crea- SERVICE AIA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420
EDGAR'S GARAGE24Hour
, Nov 17 & 24-2tp BunnelL Fla. Phone ID 7-3661
. tures.
,}' : Towing; Service JEWELER
;,;'' FOR RENT: furnished 2 bedroom Society Adopts ottoShortly' II. COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS ORMOND PRESCRIPTION j

f ,- one bath house, Daytona Ave., Automatic Transmission Service PHARMACYSick O. F. BEACH' ,
Wheel Balancing-Front End :Jeweler.
Flagler Beach. .before the Society
.
Completely ren-
: Alignment Room Sundries
Supplies-
t:{ ovated. $65,00 per month. Keys formed, Francis Bacon had argu.'I S4Q Granada Ormond OR 7-0883 24- our Prescription Service Elgin Watches Diamonds (

I., can be picked- up, at Sullivan'sGulf ed that men should ,not blindly L Free Delivery In Flagler Beach t Exceptional Gifts.

: Station._Nov IQ;tf adhere to what they found in AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION *l Itt AlA 1 mi. North of Watch RepaIrs-Engraving, I

;' FOR,SALE-15 nice lots in North: ancient writings, but should test HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661 49 w. Craaad. OR 7-2384 Ormond Beach ",' f
theories for themselves. .
' : Flagler Beach. Will sell a11'or out SERVICE Thompson PharmacyYour 1

.. in groups of 2, 3, or,4, at an average Hence the Society took as its Health Is Wealth PAINTING CONTRACTOR J
"
motto, Nullius in verbs, mean Repairing- RebuildingCentral .
t price! of $665.00 lot.
per ,Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS .
: $5.00 per ,lot- down, balance In ing, "Not under bond to abide AUTOMATIC Florida'TRANSMISSIONS tint peelalfote la R. -Moody; :
by any master's authority." 1239 Rldgewood.Holly Hill I
:;i- easy monthly payments.Owner, OR 7-1381 In Our hands
r- B. A. Bolton, P.: O. Box 718 St. By means of experiment, the Ormond Drugs Jk Prescription Snap PAINTINGPhone

.fr... Augustine,. Florida., Phone day, Royal Society led the way in BAR. AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO ,141W.: Granada-Ormond- 7.1421
. '. VA 9-9061; nights VA 42308. freeing man from many false ID 7.3240 I
.. <
r; NoV. 3-4tc beliefs. Once it gravely tested 'GILL( DRUG COMPANY'W BUNNELL, FLORIDA .

... .
'r' -' .- the popular theory that vipers lgreri AgencyPRESCRIPTIONS
FOR SALE- bedroom furnish ,COCKTAIL .
could be generated from the BAR. &> RADIO TELEVISION
t' ed house, GI Mortgage. Also 2- livers and of LOUNGE
powdered lights PAUL'S RADIO & TV
Sick Room Supplies Sundries
both excellent
room cottage, lo
old vipers.. The notion today Open Under New Mal agelelent Ateaaa Sales & Installations
18.W. Granada Ave. Ormond Beaeb
ID
cation. Phone 7-3706
k '. ,.- Oct.13-tf. evenings. seems ludicrous,,but if the SomE Come In and Get Acquainted OR 7-5360' Authorized Sales RCA Victor
;: : _
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Ocean Bird AlA Flagler Beach FLORISTS We repair all other TV'*Radl sets
:, FOR 'SALE-1953 Chevrolet Station OUTBOARDERAuthorized 1370 Ocean Blvd AlA

Wagon, engine Just 'over- I Authorized Evlnrud Dealer FLAGLER BEACH Blacks Flower Shop Ormond Beach OR 7.2852
f. '
hauled, good condition. Phone I
BOATSACCESSORIES REPAIRS .
HOTEL BAR 2 blocks west of. Railroad on .
JD 73659.
Sept 29.tf Dockage Storage Tree Ramp NURSERYWagon .
.' ------ v WE FINANCE: "The Meeting Place Moody,. turn right on Forsythe ,
i E. x' FOR RENT on the ocean 1 and Wheel Nursery'Shade
2 bedroom apartments complete 825 Ballouefa. Rd--Daytona of Flagler County'1.Jim Flowers for All Ocossloas Trees. Potted PlanoShrubs

: ly ''furnished, 'utilities included.Sensible trod Yvonne Serving"BOTTLE Bunnell Phone ID 7-3348 '. t

rate day, week, month, 1,000 plant free; one with every j
un. OTriktrarBUN1TBLL.
.- 3ltsgtrr dollar Thousand of
I you spend.
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S' for PafcUe, Xettee .1 FlacSerOtutjr. Help Ftagltr County Grow, Gasoline Bus & Steamship Tickets
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't' '.. "Too' LateT ;' Florida is definitely two-party I I in this election were running as fighting among themselves and .( with a united front ,
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: J State.. (unknowns against strong Demo I .... -
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4; : Classify A large number of. the..Repub throughout the -.r.. ...__ .'- .
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Bean' votes cast in Florida this I .I..I.---r--r"'r... ., ... ..E-.r-'I-'K--I':4'J..1f. al!.
B state, and still run up exceptional .r .. ..." "" '''' ... II.lla." .,.- i,
I BY .1'Xay_ year were cast by persons who totals, even carrying some [ .1 -- ,

are registered Democratic. This counties, and electing eight I I ';
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result
Reviewing: of the
the in the-two :
was case previous of the legislature, the
members
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-recent election it seems that I national elections when Florida : :'.1
largest Republican delegationsent )
have
Florida Republicans finally I went for Eisenhower in 1952 and <
to Tallahassee since reconstruction :t
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'cote Into own. Even our In 1956. '- '
days, it indicates
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."Democratic leaders frankly ad. It indicates that the average
is .
that the two-party system
mit that from now the copt .
on
voter 'Is not as much concerned here to stay. :: ,.;, :.. I
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about party label as he is in ; i ',- ='
t the candidates 'and regardlessof No longer may our candidatesfor .
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state or local office .
how he may ;;be registeredwill either '
not hesitate to split the consider that nomination, in a & i

.,1' ticket or even go down the line i Democratic primary is tanta -AUTO'w CtW\t'\ -. ;i
: lbJ ,if .he' feels that a "horse of adifferent mount to;election. The outstanding : 5 ,

color' ise better success achieved by GOP 41

; IT] choice. candidates against entrenched H,
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The fantastic vote.,piled up by old timers will encourage much :

wrr ) the GOP In Florida this:; year indicates greater Republican effort in the :, ,I
the growing strength of future..

f % the opposition and as Florida ..
; -' GOOoY continues At.our. present rate of growth, PLANK
to grow and attract
Republicans will be much
new settlers all indications point

I to a steady increase in. Republican stronger and unless four our years Democratic from lead now POST PULLER.. .Auto wheel, plank and link of chain make ':'

I registration and votes. U'easy to utilize tractor power.to pull fence posts. Chain Is'. ,
takes of this
{ I This year many folks who ership cognizance hooked to post near ground and .passed over wheel, other end
and begins now making plans Is hitched to tractor.INSIREStay. _
have registered as Democrats
for the competition, in the years
for but consistently 'Voted I I
years ,
.. *l iC l ahead we can look for more'andmore .
the Republican' ticket in general
, i MICE THWS! ASOUT RADIOS' i i Republicans in our state lasted & Rest Assured. -
elections have turned honest ,.
r '.. : X I 15 VTU! CA.H TURM 07F TPSOS3AM E ': legislature and possibly in the '
i ; : WITHOUT:'I NURT- 4 and are registering under their ,
cabinet or even the governor'schair. '
f'< :JMd / .:C.:;',':; ELUGSl! I true colors as Republicans.' I'I'I I The national parties didn't GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM '. -
i "':, ; Up until a: few years, ago Republican Ji
take Florida for granted this
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are really hurting yourself "
time. Both presidential candidates
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"' if you neglect to have was rill. It was the way party campaigned In the state H. T. COOK AGENCY ,
I and I leaders wanted it. With only ,a
your car regularly properly .
I well Four
as as supporters.
< i, serviced. With a run (handful of active ,Republicans I years from now you may expect Citizens lank Bid?. Bunnell, Florida l ,
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t Florida to be a battleground for
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I it'll' nationally it meant that this -- -
when it will start,or when ( -- -
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:",, break down on the road. See small group was sitting pretty ,1 i will be a good' thing for the

us for the service that'll keepyour as far as .Federal patronage in
state in
t many ways. CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
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state concerned.
a:,; car on the go. was. remained
that way for many] No less an astute, politician

i" / years but now the picture is i than Gov. ,LeRoy' Collins, recognizes :' A. H. CRAIG. :Funeral Director
the situation and warned
. rapidly changing. :
\ : JOHN HARDIN Associate ,
A large percentage of our I Florida Democrats .that if the
newcomers today who are settling !Republicans put up qualified : AIR LADY OXYGENt '

for the most part in cen and well known candidates in CONDITIONED. I I EQUIPPED .

tral and south'Florida, came the future the possibility of their ,'CHAPEL ATTENDANT. AMBULANCES. "
r.I from Republican rri ry and, ,taking'many state and local offices M Itf. ;f:. '' -

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1. and beliefs with them. candidates is a possibility. .
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school 9:30. FLORIDA COUNTIES I
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-i.. : r'iRSTBAPTIST: CHURCH_ NEWS,FLOWER SHOW ,PLANNEDAT there will be a fellowship din COUNTY I
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r"" : : built on Roberts Road is advancing The Sanford Garden Club, in of the church following the official ., "Ic County Seat, !

Lt:,. ',:- according to schedule. cooperation with. the Florida board meeting. At '7:30 Jacksonville !

: ,. The: Brotherhood spends each Federation of Garden Clubs, is. P.M., Theodore Weber will pre -/it I

f'r"- Saturday there on construction i,presenting the eighth annual sent the choir in an evening I 1
c': ',..: and the women of the church Florida State Flower ;Show in Praise Service. The public is in. Urrl '_. '
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. they spend there -working. at the Sanford Civic Center. Tuesday, November 29, district '

The -Young Married People's Mrs. Fred R. Ganas, general conference will be held in I j:4 t

Sunday school class met 'Friday chairman, has announced that Gainesville, and ,will .be in .

'I": evening at the'hpme-of. Rev. and the theme 'This Is Our Life," charge of District Superintendent I : "

'Mrs. Millard Brock and held a will prevail thr ugh ut all sections j Dr. J. E. McKinley. 'f :'

social with their, business""ameeti. of the' show in. an effort I I _
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cookies with punch and plants the things which 'affect Clarence Weaver during the -w
ice cream. and inspire daily living. weekend were her brother and II
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r t. they adopted the name "Willing be a full scale garden depicted I ard Lowe from Lakeland.Mr. tI was created in 1822 and bears the name of Florida's first

l ,\ .' Workers," made their class 'colors on the Civic Center stage and, I civil governor, William P. DuVal. The Metropolitan City
t : white and green, and elected dedicated to Mrs. C. R. Mayes, and Mrs. E. L. Hart accompanied of Jacksonville is a business transaction centerfor thousands -

'r. a new slate -of officers. Those Jr., president of the Florida Federation their daughter, Mrs. of visitors each year. Jacksonville has become a

elected were Owen Kirkpatrick, of Garden Clubs. This Gerry Barker and grandchildrenJohn -' major convention city, and is also fast becoming the in.

! ...' president; Wardeen Spivey, vice garden will stress the conservation -I Jr. and, Kathy, made a tripto surance center of the South. Freighters from all over the

,*' president; Muriel Kirkpatrick of particular native ,Florida Parris Island, S. C. last weekto world anchor in the city's deep water port. ,

secretary, and Mary E tman, plants. visit with their son in law In progressive Duval County, and throughout Florida,

',. reasurer. An innovation this year will and daughter, Sgt and Mrs. -the United States Brewers ,Foundation works constantly to
'.: '. The church choir' honored the be the creation ,of competitive, Thomas Clark and family. maintain the sale of beer and ale under pleasant, orderly

director, Judson -Stryker, and his gardens along the eastern ar conditions. Believing that strict law enforcement serves

!. sister, .Tudy Stryker, Saturday cade of'the building. Entries for Mr. and Mrs,. Clarence Weaver I the best interest of the people of Florida, the Foundation

r evening immediately following I'' this class have been accepted are entertaining during' the I stresses close cooperation with the Armed Forces, law
choir practice. There was a from clubs in Titusville, Orlando, Thanksgiving! holiday ,her nephew enforcement and governing officials.
birthday cake served with punch Daytona Beach, Mr. Dora and and hiswife, Mr. and Mrs.
observing their birthdays which Apopka. The Sanford Garden Wakefield Bentley from States-

are this week. Rev. and Mrs. Club will award a silver trophyto vine N. C. BEER-FLORIDA'SLIGHT
United State Breuer
Brock joined the group for the the winner in this section. ,
&IMGHTBEVERAGE Foundation
social hour in the church base.' Outstanding advanced design. Mrs. Alma Hunter arrived last fti'\\\Sl'-t ; FlorfaU DibU
ment. ers from throughout the state week from Sandusky Ohio, to : 20 3 N.Klin StnetOrUmU
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F" have been asked to display arrangements spend the winter months here. .
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k from Grasmere, N. H., stopped "We Believe in Education.:" .. -

:3. over for the, weekend here visiting saluting' a number of Florida's -'." .:.

I with :Mr. and Mrs. Harold,'I colleges and universities. The ; .: Only ELECTRICITYgives Jlameless,fumeless, really safe,--i-: :
Burnham. Mrs. Sumner is pOstmaster remaining .26 .classes in the artistic
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in her home town and division will be judged bya
I COOKING WATER ,HEATING
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their vacalion in judged. I" : .. 4. *
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,,- r ., X the modern modern .y
In additidhto competitive sections icay for a day

: Mrs. Ma1r3Price with her three in artistic, design, and .horticulture

; children from Seville spent the for adults, .high school

; .weekend here: with her grand and Junior gardeners, there will
mother, Mrs Mittie McKinnon, be a number of educational

and her brother and sister in commercial, and special plant

r law, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Miller.., society exhibits. ,Local .,garden
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and flower arranging
materials, and a sidewalk cafe
Bunnell Theatres
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about the show, has been pub.

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Starring
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:;:' 'Jeffrey'HUDt & Pat Crowley

11- WMU WEEK 6F PRAYER
ELECTRIC COOKING costs only vors..vitamins are not"boiled away" ,_.'
Sun. & Mon. The Women's Missionary Unionof about a penny a meal per person. less meat shrinkage, too. You'll
Nov. 27-28 the Baptist Church is plan. You'll enjoy a cooler, cleaner kitchen' love the,fingertip controls that eliminate .

," OCEANS 11 ning to observe Lottie Moon no soot-blackened pots or film- pot-watching. And there's no @

Week of Prayer lor the week be- smudged walls.Your family will enjoy constant-burning pilot light to worry ...
StarringFrank .ginning November 28. They also tastier, healthier meals because flameabout.. Better see the modern electric ::::::: '

Sinatra. Dean Martin are planning to hold a Bazaar .: ; less "waterless" ,cooking retains flaranges .at your dealer : and Angle Dickinson |Ion 'December 3 in the building ,*-

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". her house guests this week. her ;
I Univacs (Universal automatic I Fish have an unusually sensitive. ,
;.brother in law and sister, Mr. computers) can add, substradt,',sense of smelL Experiments In- r/
,and :Mrs J. E. Atwood of Darien i multiply, and divide at speeds] dicaje salmon use this facultyto

Georgia.Mr. ranging from 250 to 5,000 calcu-J M find their way back to the .._
I lations per second. ;waters of their birth.
1 and Mrs. T. K. McKnightare
visiting with their son and -
I daughter in law, Lt. and Mrs. PERCE "
IDLEWOOD CLUB TO TWIN DAUGHTERSFOR Charles McKnight, in Boston,. STRINGS
HOLD JEWELRY THE PITTILLpS Massachusetts.Mr. '
HB ALWAYS 6IVES EVER SMCEEARLV 61NE R7lJR5A
FASHION 'SHOWMembers :Mr. and Mrs. Charles O'Dell UP HIS SEAT CHILDHOOD.HE'S TReA r-1I StT
of the Idlewood Club Pittillo of Hendersonville, N. c., I and Mrs.' Church recently I LADIES TO THE. A WOMAN RESPECTED WITH AIN
met with Mrs. Winnell Improtaat are the parents of twin daughters moved into their new home at .. ssaAP HER HAND. FLAGLER.
her home on North :Moore St. born November 16. Cynthia 607 East Lambert Ave. .HAR'lad' E
I Wednesday night. Twelve members Lorraine weighed five pounds AHts PlND
were present for the business five ounces and Laura Charlene n- r OUT ABOUT ,
Mr.: ana Airs. F. H. Howell hadas
and social meeting. weighed five pounds one ounce.
their guests over the week
The club adopted a new coristltution -- Mrs. Pittillo is the former
end his brother, A. Q. Howell,
and Tsy-laws for: the Miss Dorothy Way of Bunnell. of Immokalee and his brother ,;1 y To OtFER ,
Gail She is the daughter of Mr. and
Kelley
club. Mrs. was ap
in law, Coleman Hall of Labelle.
pointed as the new chaplain for Mrs. Bill Way of National Gardens .
the club.Plans and the granddaughter of t .
were also made to hold Mrs. Jessie Way ot.Bunnell. 1 i
A Jewelry Fashion Show on
:Monday evening, November 28, PORTE-ALLEN

at the Bunnell Community Cen Mr. and Mrs. Max Porte of I i iI
ter. Mrs. Bette-McDaniel and I Flagler Beach announce the en t'
:- Mrs. Gwen McGriff were namedas I gagement of their daughter, )'
chairman and cochairman Catherine Mary, to Mr. RichardH. t'Y
for the show, which will be at 1 Allen of Jacksonville. i
8 o'clock. Mr Allen is stationed with 1 1I 1
The club also prepared 'for a the U.S. Navy at the Naval Air I
Thanksgiving Basket to be sent Station in Jacksonville. The
to a needy family. date of the wedding will. be set ,I
The December meeting will be later. ,

at the home of Mrs. Gail Kelley Chase & Sanborn 6 oz. jar Armour's Vegetol S : .4
and the date will be announcedlater. ;
A gift exchange 'SPIVEY-DODGEN '
among *
the members will"be held. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Spiveyof Instant COFFEE 69 Shortening

Bunnell announce the 'engagement ,
CHOIR HOLDSPOTLUCK of their daughter, I Limit one with $5.00 food order
3 lb.
: SUPPER Judy, to Mr. John Dodgen, son 49
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Choir members and their of. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Dodgenof ,
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Chicken of the Sea can ,
Bunnell. 'l/z can ::-. _
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per" in the Sunday school rooms j Date of the wedding will be CHUNK TUNA. '33c "' > Limit one with $5.00
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food order
of the Bunnell Methodist Church announced later.

Wednesday evening following SCALLOPED 303
Pillsbury's Del Monte
can
Mrs. A. J. Peterson of Pierson
;i. I choir rehearsal at 5 o'clock.
;;:. .The choir also sang at the visited here :Friday with her SCALLOPED POTATOES 29c FRUIT COCKTAIL 23c
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,...:. Thanksgiving service at 8 0'- ter, Mrs. J. W. Brown. sls-I .

.":' clock that evening. Here for an extended visit New Blue I TABLE-RITE MEATS I IC

with Mr. and .Mrs. L H. Churchare .1
CLEANING: DAY'ATMETHODIST
his parents; Mr. and { Grade "A" Western Beef
CHURCH
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fall cleaning day at /the Bun-:: .
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morris,
nell Methodist Church,
:. Marjorie I
-: JoAnn and Randy Morris are .
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! I'spending the Thanksgiving holiday Size:5: 9 Grade"A" Western BeefSIRLOIN '
;:: All ladles'of the church are
in St. Petersburg with Mrs.Morris' : -
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l. invited 'to bring their lunch and STEAK Ib 95
parents Mr. and Mrs.
also cleaning equipment. They "
plan to clean the sanctuary and A. L. Salt. Limit one with $5.00 ',
I.; educational Jim Burned, a student at Tender Select World's BestHAMBURGER Armour StarFRANKS
also the
building
1 \ Lees-McRay College in Banner or more food order BEEF LIVER .
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Elk, C., is
;;.<:..t'.:- and. Mr.son and, Norm Mrs. n Frank, are Boswell visiting Thanksgiving N. holidays spending herewithhis the .5. 5 "I Ib 45* 31 Ids $1.29 Ib 49* IHilton's

..' in Alabama during the holiday. family, the Bill Burnseds. 10 oz. can '

r'..', with relatives..--- II IN MEMORIAM OYSTER STEW. 33C I FROZEN FOODS I .

Mr. .and Mrs. Donald Moore "
Pi:. have as house guest Mrs I In loving memory of our dear Oreo 11 oz. cello "t ". Georgia Golden Shores 10 oz. pkg. ;

i:" .. Moore's' parents, Mr. and Mrs. |son and brother, Charles M.: CREME SANDWICH. f <. 37C BREADED SHRIMP pkg. 49C

.t,,;,L't I- E. T. Sawyer of Waynesville, Akins, who passed, away 'No-I ,, ,
:,",: North Carolina. vember 30, 1959. McKenzies 24 oz. cello +I r
A bitter grief, a shock seems to Jacks Cookies cello ;; : .." S WHOLE KERNEL CORN ea. 49cMcKenzies i
...: .. Arriving Wednesday for a part with one we loved so dear -
FIFTY CREMES t'3'9c'
1';>.4 holiday visit with Mrs. George God loved him too and: thoughtit 10 oz. pkg.
!:''*'. Allen, Sr., will be her son in best to take him home to Speckled Butter Beans 2 for 45c
fY law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. eternal rest. Shurfine '

.!>;A", Arthur.Durshimer of Albany, Ga. As we look back with memories I SALAD I Farm Fresh Produce I '
) '! .Mrs. Allen .is planning a family long the road we trod, '
V. 'gathering at her home on the We, bless the years we had with t 29 Delicious
'. corner' of Lambert Ave.. and. him and leave the rest to God., DRESSING .1. PPLFit tfa

It Church St .. |I r :Mother, .Brother and Sister. 19'
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,. "JPAGE" SIX : ; ,. ,_ -. :-! THE.FLAGtER 'TRIBUNE, BUN Nom,-_FLORIDA Z!;; : .,.:. : ".i :Thursday, 'Np ;,24: ;60

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t Epai- Other eligibility.requirements tration offices servingcentral Plantings in 'Florida j thisayeaiof ; IN:TUB COUNTY"JUDGE'S" COURT

i 1 remain unchanged. Applicants Florida counties Is located. at "the Manaluciextoniato' will .IN,AND FLORIDA FOR ,FLAGLER IN PROBATE COUNTY

T ,,must have sufficient farm experience Room 417, Sanford Atlantic"Na almost double last 'years 1,500 CASE NO. 583 '.

t-;} : Is Broadened. to carry on sound farm tional Bank Building Sanford. acres. IN. RE: Estate GEORGE of C. McARN\

.,... operations, must need credit, The agency also supplies credit Deceased.

f" Farmers who h ye'l'egular'off- and be unable to obtain financial for farm housing and soil and NOTICE IS' HEREBY GIVEN ALL NOTICE PERSONS OF PROBATETO INTERESTEDIN

assistance from other sources. water conservation.Try that the Board of County Commissioners THE ESTATE OF SAID DE-
t' :farm employment, if ;otherwise I will receive sealed bids on CEDENT:
: the 5th day of December -toD.. You are hereby notified that a
1(:' eligible, may; obtain: farm operating i As in the past, credit will be I 1960. at the hour of 9:00 o'clockA. written instrument purporting to

r;', and development loans to a. little lime juice with M. 4n the office: of the Clerk of be the last will and _testament of
extended only operators of the Flagler
the Circuit Court in said decedent has been admitted to
r' from the Farmers Home Administration II'farms that are family-type' I sliced avocado. Brush on butter County Court House for the paint- probate In this court. You are
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avo- Ing of the Jail as follows: hereby commanded within six 'cal-
to
e;; under the recently revised or smaller. No loans'wlll be or margarine preserve! All of the second floor; walls, endar months from the date of the
("- of cados' natural gold color.- ceiling and cell bars. first publication of this notice to
regulations the agency. made unless a plan for the com- .
: Lower half of walls, in office first appear in this court and show
". -. Curtis J. Green, FHA. county ing year's farming operations floor; one bathroom on first floor, cause.. If any you can why the action -
waifs only. ,
of this court In admittingsaid
i supervisor for Brevard, Orange, shows that income from the All above to have one- coat good will to probate should not

Lake Volusia and Yonr Iteme won't Ire grade of paint. stand unrevoked.S .
Seminole
Ff" farm and other sources will be : Two front doors both outsideand ( ) DUANE A. DEEN

ltl Flagler counties, said .the. new, large enough enable the farm outside.Inside, one, coat inside and .two County Judge.

; "- regulations went into effect October family to have a reasonable e sniffle factory Successful bidder .to furnish all First Flagler publication. County on November Florida. 17.
labor and materials.The
L Previously, except: inTural standard of living, debts 1960.
,m I pay Board reserves the right to Nov. 17-24 & Dec. 1-8-ttc
,'. development counties; a reject any and all bids. ,
,and have an adequate reserve. this winter. -- -
DATED at Bunnell Florida this SALE
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
1' farmer had to spend most of his for emergencies. 22nd day of November. A. D. 1960. DY CLERK CIRCUIT COURT

time farming in order to qualify I I GEO. WICKLINE.. Chairman NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
(Official Seal
)
' Loan funds be used to that the undersigned. Ralph E.
may ,
loan.Experience. J [ATTEST:
tr. for a 1 Harbert. Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
1' -+ i':pay farm operating costs, pure I ::?... RALPH Board of E.County HARBERT.Commissioners Clerk, I Flagler County Florida will
on the 2nd of December 1960.
gained in rural development I:chase -equipment and livestock, I Flagler County ''Florida during the legal day hours of sale at

f. counties has shown,I pay ,farm development Nov. 24 and Dec. l-tc the main door of the Courthousein
I Flagler County Florida, in the
,' that farmers who refinance certain The I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
t ,many are and 'debts. City of Bunnell. offer for sale and
KLAGL.RR COUNTY, FLORIDA,
tt regularly employed oft.the farm I interest rate is five perectn. Repayment l IX CHANCERY NO. 4141 sell at best public bidder outcry for to cash the the highestand fol-

:- "-can profitably use the Tanners I I schodUles, depend upI I WILLIE FOOTMAN Plaintiff.I I In lowing Flagler described County property Florida situated to-wlt:

, Home Administration's dit faa on the purposes for which funds I IRMA LE113.OOTMAN. Lot 28 of BAXLEY SUBDIVISION -

duties to increase, the farm portion i;are advanced and upon the estimated NOTICE Defendant. division, per on file a plat in the of said office Sub-of
TO DEFENDTHE
of their total incomes. The : incomes from the farms. STATE OF FLORIDA TO: the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
Flagler County Florida, in
regulation which had limited'' loans made for real Irma Lee Footman Plat '
Usually, Residence Unknown Book 5 at Page 2.

" 'credit ,assistance to ,farmers who estate purposes will be from You are hereby notified that a pursuant Foreclosure to entered the Final. in Decree a case of

L: : spend most of their time funds advanced by private 'lend the suit above has been entitled filed cause against; and you you in pending in said Court the style
4
of which is Mid-State Homes. Inc..
,", Ing prevented some farm-I and insured the .if installU.W are hereby required to file your answer Florida
?_ : ers by agency. you with the Clerk of this Court a corporation. Plaintiff vs.

a.":. taining the maximum Income Technical farm and money the and plaintiff to serve a copy thereof upon Tom ance. Torance his wife.and Defendants Ruby Lee Tor-and

.. from ,their: farms ,and -from 'takIng I, management assistance is supplied whose name or and plaintiffs address Is attorney: docket 4116. number of which is .No.

" ,, : advantage ,of 'opportunities I to each borrower to the extent ,407 V. %Cecil Main Grant Street WITNESS my hand and the official -

K: for industrial Daytona : seal of said Court this 22nd
'and other off- necessary. Beach. Floridanot day of November. M60.
later than December 23rd A. D.
, tfarm employment. The: Farmers-Jfome Adminis. /W4 In, RALPH E. HARBERT
; If you fail to do decree Clerk Circuit Court
-- -- so. proconfesso Harry M. Hobbs _
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will be.
: entered against *
: :' AMERICANA Places To See GAS HEAT now' you bill for of complaint.the relief demanded The nature in the of Attorney I' O Box for 3285 Plaintiff

Tampa Florida
said suit being for I

I Mackinac's Grand Hotel Avoid the cold weather in- said WITNESS Court this my hand 18th divorce.day and seal of November of November 24,ltcIV

TIIE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN
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stallation rush; let us equip (Official Seal) AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY
RALPH E. HARBERT FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
1-, Yz your home with a Tyrofax" Clerk of said Circuit Court CASE NO. 5S5 -
NOV. 24 & Dec. 1-8-15-4tc IN RE: Estate of
automatic heat- C. McARN
gas-operated GEORGE ,
IN CIRCUIT COURT SEV Deceased.! -
1 ing unit now to enjoy healthful ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN NOTICE TO CREDITORS
AND FOR. FLAGLER COUNTY, All creditors of the estate of
even,warmth,. throughoutyour LORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. GEORGE C. McARN. deceased, are
4130 hereby notified and required to file
houSe-all winter long. MILDRED }to STEWART any claims or demands which they
Plaintiff have against said estate in
may
l j Estimates:, .cheerfully. given. vs. the office of the county Judge of
.. -. ARTHUR J, STEWART FLAGLER'' ,
> $ ;: -t' COUNTY. Florida. in
J without charge.Phone; 1 Defendant.IN the courthouse at Bunnell. Florida I
THE NAME TO DEFEND within eight calendar months from
.' today. OF THE STATE the date of the first publication of
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Ii.. OF FLORIDA: this notice. Each claim or demand
J JIf I TOr ARTHUR J. STEWART must be In writing and must state .
l :; Gas Engineering (Jo.I 400 5th .Street the place of residence and post-
; -New Kensington. Pennsylvania: office address of the claimant and
.: N. 'Beach St. YOU ARE HEREBY notified that must be sworn to by the claimant
603
a Complaint for-Divorce has been his agent or his attorney or It
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er ?< Daytona Beach, Florida tilde against, you by MILDREP K. will become void according to law.
STEWART: and you are hereby no- November 15, 1960. ,
K-y. filed against you by. MILDRED K. SADYE LEE McARN
39 / Cordova St. sorer or pleading to said Complaint Executrix of the Estate of
; In the office of the Clerk of the Cir- George C. McArn deceased. ,
St. Florida
r- I Augustine, cuit Court Jn and for Flagler First publication on November 17..
lit ty. Florlda.at his office In the coun-I 1960. -
IN ,TILE CIRCUIT COURT OP Hpuse In Bunnell. Florida Nov. 17-24 & Dec. 1-8-Itc .
FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN serve a copy of such
CHANCERY NO. -4149 pleading Messrs. IN TilE
upon Duffett & CIRCUIT COURT OF
LOOKING.MUCH like somethi r out of a storybook, the fabu- ESSIE R. POLLOCK.Plaintiff Stanley Plaintiffs attorneys here FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA
':.ious Grand 'Hotel on Mlcblran'v Jtfacklnac Island offers the in,' whose address is 24 North IN CHANCERY NO. -043 '
Grandvlew 'Avenue. Daytona J. V. KEENER
Beach. ,
I comfort and. the leisurely atmosphere of the 19th century-far GEORGE-POL OCK. Florida on or before the 5th day Plaintiff.

tfrom the'somd of factory whistles and automobile horns Defendant. lOt December I960 as required by vs. .
NOTICE TO DEFEND laws of Florida and the Flor- DOROTHY OGDEN KEENER.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: ida 'Rules of Civil Procedure.
We,live.today In a world of hustle and bustle.,Everybody, they say George Pollock YOU FAIT. TO DO SO A DECREE IF NOTICE TO DEFEND Defendant.'
f.-w Is in a hurry. Our lives, for the most part, are regimented to 5; 22 West New Street PRO CONFESSO WILL BE ENTERED THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:

.or:downtown'on; ',the 8:15, home again on. the 530. We. are. so busy, You Westchester.are hereby Pennsylvania notified that a LIEP AGAINST DEMANDED YOU IN FOR SAID THE COM-RE. Dorothy Ogden Keener '

J.-j.'. the most of.us, that we have little time to reflect upon what it would suit has been filed against you In PLAINT.The' 2326 Richmond Fleet Virginia Avenue

be like to live,the leisurely life to have nowhere to, go and all the the above entitled cause file and you Flagler Tribune is hereby You are hereby notified that- a
are hereby required to your answer designated
t-; :timein the world'to get there And.when vacation time rolls around, with the Clerk of this Court which this Notice as the shall newspaper be publish.in suit the above has been entitled filed cause against'and you you In .

s ., 4he"most of us pile'into the.family buggy and set sail on highway' and to serve a copy thereof upon ed once a week for four consecutive are hereby required to file; your answer ..
the attorney
r..,.. .#rlp that is usually as hectic as the busy busy. world .which we live I whose plaintiff name plaintiffs and adddress Is; WITNESS weeks. my hand and seal of and to with serve the Clerk of thereof this Court. \:
a copy upon
& .- everyday.. -5--: .i ,-,. ,, W.407%Cecil Main Grant Street office Florida at. this Bunnell 1.... day Flagler nf Novembe County the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney.
f, ..,. sometimes, ,however, we ais- gleaming white columns visiblefat' I I Daytona Beach Florida 1960;-; -- -- L. whose name and address is '

, ::: cover', a monument to the past; out in the Straits not later, than December tn. A.)).. :, (Official Seal) W.COns Cecil Main Grant Street I

'''' seme quiet and::"i-esUul'spottha: ; : The hotel has the longest porchin I960. 1 RALPH E. HARBERT Daytona Beach. Florida
decree
fall do pro
I I If you to so. Clerk, Circuit Court
P'': is as yet unspoiled by 'all of the the world and It is. "a promenade confesso will be- entered' againstyou I Flagler County. Florida 1960.not later, than 'Pecember- ,"9th, A.. D.,

'modern noise-makers and,necesi ,tHat ,commands a scene of for the, relief demanded nature in the of :'Nov. 3-10-11-4--ttc If. you fall to do so. decree pro t
bill of complaintThe -
* R. : '.; cities; a .place that is somewhat grandeur' The slow tempo of said suit being for divorce. IN,THE CIRCUIT-COURT OF THE confesso will be entered againstyou
? for
the relief demanded in the
," &" like a world of its own. boats plying the Straits and the WITNESS mr hand .and seal of I SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT bill of complaint. The nature of

Y Such a spot 'is -the emerald of rhythmic sound of horses hooves said. Court 1960 this 31st' day of OctoberA. I TY.IN" AND FOR FLAGLER COUN- said suit being for divorce.
D.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
|T: .:,; ... -the ''Strait*=Macklnac Island, fa- create an air of relaxation and -a (Official Set.l) I ,NO. 4148 said WITNESS Court this my 4th hand day and of 'NovemI seal,of- I
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!''j* :'" : *nous. Michigan summer resort pleasant sense of, change rarely RALPH of EHARBERTClerk said Circuit Court RUTH WALLER. 't ber A. D. 1960. v -

-, The"air of the 19th century pre.I. : found in .these days of'hurry and No'F. 3-1o.l'l-t--jtc. ,' I Plaintiff (Official RALPH Seal) HARBERT. .

: r vails arid automobiles are not allowed hustle '-- -OF"-THE HARRY WALLER. Clerk of said Circuit Court

"; :'" on',the Island. Giant old' The blockhouse at "historic OldFort SEVENTH IX CIRCUIT.TUDICIAI COURT CIRCUIT. IN NOTICE-Defendant.' Nov 10.17-24 ft Dec. 1-4tc

S: '.. homes stand guard .on the heights Mackinac has for years supplied AND FOB. FUtGLER COUNTY. IN THE NAME OF THE STATE IX THE CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH -

'ft' along.with:Fort'Mackinac above part' of the charm which FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY NO.415O OF FLORIDA JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.. IN
FRANCES PHILLIPS. TO
t:: ,tL the ,tranquil";village. f has made the Island one of. Michigan's Plaintiffvs. I I :Whose Harry address Waller.and place of FLORIDA.AND FOR IN FLAGLER CHANCERY COUNTY CASE

.." ,. One of. tile ,bland'a outstanding favorite tourist attractions. residence are unknown. NO. 4152
JOSEPH E. PHILLIPS YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED .
tIii!!."" : landmarks_the fabulous Grand .It'has been standing guard of the Defendant.IN that a Bill Complaint has been C. LOUIS KELLY Plaintiff

'.t ". Hotel;. sbowB'J i above with its Straits of Mackinac ,since 1780. THE NAME "OF THE STATEOF filed against you in the Circuit vs. Divorce
FLORIDA: Court or the Seventh Judicial DELORES KELLY.
K.
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TO JOSEPH E. PHILLIPS.Residence Circuit
: of Florida In and for Defendant.
f'",,- ; address: Unknown Flagler' County.. in. Chancery by NOTICE TO APPEAR -
.... ORDER OF PUBLICATIONYou RUTH WALLER. The nature of THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: ...
tf:,, \:v FOR ALL HOURS-DAY 'OR NIGHTAMBULANCE are hereby required to file, said suit is a Bill for Divorce. You, DKLORKR K. KELLY. also -
,
': your answer with the Clerk ot this ape hereby required to file person sometimes known as DELORES
-: Court to the Bill-of Complaint filed ally or by. attorney with the Clerkof KAMMINGA. No. 64 Union Cir-
..b"J'.,,' T__' r herein against youIn the above said Court your written defenses culation Co.. Ine. 830 WestI
..t.. r entitled'cause on-or.before the 2nd if any you have, to said Complaint 1 Peachtree Street N.W.. Atlanta.
! = I : : ,- day of December. AD. 1960 and and to serve same upon the under- 1 Georgia. < :
:' : PHONE VAlIey I -1625 serve a copy thereof'upon LawrenceW. signed' attorney for Plaintiff on or 1 I YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
: SERVICE : Boras. Esq.. plaintiff attorney before the 9th day of December I that a suit for divorce has been
herein. whose ,address, Is 416 Sea-: A.D. I960. towlt.GILLEISPJE filed against you in the above en-
', ST. ATC96TWE.:FLORIDA I I .
0 ". breeze Boulevard Daytona Beach and GILLESPIE titled cause and you are hereby
f ---S ..L Florida. "Flagler Tribune" here- Attorneys at Law' required to serve upon Plaintiffs
tr;, 'leper 'be :feeiaa&t about, caUiag'a) Gareta Aabalaace. We by designated as the newspaper In. Bank of New Smyrna Building, !1 I Attorney whose name and address
which this order shall be published.once New Smyrna Beach. Florida. appear hereon your written de-
i .. r.Tour: service with 'promptnoM. Mfetv; and -a, week for four consecutive THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, is -fense. If any to the Bill of Com.
i ,weeks. HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A hereby designated aa the newspaper plaint. In said suit on or before
DECREE PRO CONFESSO WILL In which this Notice shall the Uth day of December A. D.
: -.. ...i I BE ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR. be J\ub1t.h once a week for four 19CO. else decree pro confesso will .
SUCH (4) I be entered '
iF < FAILURE. consecutive weeks. against you. ..,
:" Equipped With xygea- Rewftkater awl Iahalatdr The nature of this suit Is a bill. WITlESS my hand and official WITNESS my hand and seal jof ,<
' _" .. .'J : for divorce.,, seal at Bunnell. Flagler County. said Court this 7th day of Noyem- 1t
"' WITNESS my band and seal at Florida this 28th day of October i bPr, A. D. 15CO. ...
; ." :Garcia FtfneiplP. Hanle t Bunn n. Flasler. County'Florida, A.D. 1960. (Seal) RALPH E.W. HARBERTjs S ":
._' tills'1st -dayot.. '< November; A-D.. RALPH..'E, HARBERT .. II ......SWOCt"rk of said Court ;..,
1960. Clerk of Circuit Court'Oitieial U W. .
: F'r' ,' ,.' GARCIA licensed Fu ieeal1hrecte' Official Seal ( I P.O. Box _8-, '
_.' .a ( ) SeanGILESPIE 396
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RALPH Bunnell 1
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Thursday: Nov? 24,' 1960 THE FLAGLER. TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA -0 ;x4-i \ PAGESEVEtf .
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[t t- :':)Ial r *eac t R Talking Sense'on -1 earnestness, his wit, and by the "By the same token,,the camp I cent days and. weeks.'."'... ..
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Continued nom Page. 4t Hard IssuesSenator i to the program on which he is'. things Americans should never I FREE PAINT. ; : ..
I running. We believe ,he exhibits forget about Richard Nixon In- -
f I't Mrs. L. E._Woods.made trip j I vast capacity for growth and the all the evolution of his varied ; One extra gallon of your choicer\
Kennedy's .
presenta
to Palatka on Monday., frF I tion in the campaign weighed potential for great leadership."In .: 'images,' his essential political with each gallon you buy

t,... ,' .' I heavily in ;the New York Post's J I the campaign to date he .:recklessness 'remains unaltered. Mary Carter Paint Store"
f/:1.,:i-..*..' Mr.. .and firs Culmer Lammey I decision to support the 'Democratic -. has shown dignity, forthrightness -. .Surely that'has been clearly Also Weitcat Kbavpiac: CenterTV.SERVICE
': .of Daytona Beach spentJVfonday nominees. The Post said and a gift for talking sense demonstrated in his attempt to I
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: here at the. home her: brother to the American people-even depict public debate on Ameri I
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f and sister ,in law, Mr: and Mrs. '"We have had the chance to when he was' saying things that ca's position in the world as a.

.. .R...-R. :Mosby., I get to know the man better. We many of them might prefer not form of treason, and to label
.1,I.are impressed by :,his intelli- to hear.. Kennedy's pleas for sanity In ALL MAKES
41 Mr. and Mrs. Newton Hall t the Quemoy-Matsu conflict as a
of'l For
-pointless and Agent
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"In opposing
J v, :. Jacksonville, were weekend 1 Mr. and'Mrs. George Carter I symptom of craven '.appeaseI -
f' tors here with his brother in }!f returned to their home on the dangerous over-commitment. on ment.' RCA & PHILC0 .
Quemoy and Matsu, lie has -
; law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.: intracoastal waterway :Monday degof I 'Thus our respect for Kennedyhas
George Moody, Sr. Mr. and Mrs.. I after an, extended visit_in Richmond shown a rare indicated politicalvalor. increased even as our 'apprehensions J TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD
He has
grave
Moody motored Jo Jacksonvilleone Va. I about Nixon have AND INSTALLED
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{ awareness of the desperate need J
j day last week arid visited effort ,I ..... ...... ...... TUBES TESTED FREE
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:.,. 'PAGE EIGHT 'f'v. ;: ;' -THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE; BUNNELL FLORIDA *;;;' ',: Thursday, N9V..2 _;'.>I960z'!

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:. R :Public Voice Vote Florida Gains I II Drainage Project j! ; '= -- I)


;., ,Once Was Rule \ In Made : ,
Refrigerated
I Application j 'Call I

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On Election 'Day

:"i ,Warehouse Space I I (Continued from page' 1) J : ,On Us

: Voters In the presidential.elec I I Hastings game. It was one of 1 L,
tion November 8 ballotted In Refrigerated warehouse space the hardest fought games play- s '
; ed. However all tackles were
"', privacy-a practice, ;once con. in Florida has climbed to a to- hard
and clean and no one was
/ sidered"'unmanly.Voice "; : I! tal of almost 40 million cubic hurt. That was football as it .
feet last 14 cent a 'I
year a per gainin should be played. :
voting was widespread five years, the Florida State For the Hastings game Cliff ::,
: in the American colonies and : .
When 0'-
Chamber of Commerce reports. McGriff helped out that week.I .
:. continued in some states after "This space Is in 56 plants in told many of the Saturday : .
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theRe olutlon. Citizens gather. .
the state and is exceeded by morning quarterbacks that I and "
.. ed at a polling place and an. only five other states in the na others proposed to help pay for I ,' .
Hnaunced their choices aloud to tion. Plants which maintain an assistant, but they would not : ,
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: an election judge, usually the I donate. -
sheriff, ol"coroner. A.bullying temperatures of 50; degrees and i I certainly would like to see '
mayor below and which-store foods' fora
crowd greeted the votes'' I us have two assistant coachesfor I IPrinting
? month or longer are included i You
with cheers and jeers. Bill Humphrey We have a II Need
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In these figures. |:lot of Bullpups coming up next I !
The noisy public vote was re Space maintained by food year. We are losing only five ,
placed in New York State by a dealers, hotels and the armed 'II players and we have some won- -
secret ballot in 1852, but privacywas forces through which food sup derful players for next year. So, .
discarded the followingyear plies flow as they are needed lit we are to have the best we
on the ground that it "in- for immediate consumption are I should give them (the players) : /1
the best of care, the best train. GOO.D1
culted the manliness sand independence not covered as such storage is I ing, and the best coaching.Let :
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of. the laboring man. only. -me say to Coaches. Bill
" "Florida stands out in the Humphrey, Martin Ralph, and
Voice Votes Linger amount of space which is kept ,Cliff McGriff, Manager Tommy]
Secret voting in national elections at temperatures of zero and be-I|I Kahlert, Assistant Manager
became Federal law in low. Last year, this space came :Scotty Crews, enjoyed all of
1875, but Kentucky held State to 37,321,000 cubic feet. Sub .1 the games and I'll. see you next
elections by voice vote until tracting season. .
space occupied by machinery >
1891.I aisles_ etc., the total I
Paper ballots were used as available for stacking amounted ,1
. early as 1634 in :Massachusetts.These to 29,244,000 cubic feet. Only I Community -

and later ballots were un !Only one other .state had a I .
;official and provided by the voter greater capacity. Memorial, OhurchJDterdeDomlDatloDal

.' \ himself. They were not nec- "A little over half of the re- : .
.essarily marked in secret. frigerated space in ,Florida is AIR. CONDITIONED 1
When baUots increased in
available for public use. The Daytona Ave. I
size, it became the custom of I'
balance is maintained
political parties to print them by plants FLAGLER BEACH OFFICE FORMS 4
1 for their own needs. Although '
for the convenience of their supporters :these facilities are ,utilized to Sunday School 10:00 A.M. I .. j
. its Church 11:00 :
Each party produced store wide Service A.M. .
a variety of foods, f
ballot on colored .paper so poll I:the major part of the space is I R. W. DICKERT Pastor r ->ENVELOPES] ; -- : .. k
watchers could see at a glance for EVERYONE'' WELCOME :' "'
, frozen fruits and vegetables. re
- whether the party faithful were I I ,:
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many varieties, shapes, and FRED A. i..N I t' .. '
colors of paper ballots were B1ackwe11'sRestaurant '

:I' 'used-often to deceive-that the JEWELER 1 LETTER HEADS '-. : :- .

United States went all the way .. .
DIAMONDS WATCHES c I
to Australia for a 'new system. I I .
REPAIRING
"- "It borrowed the Australian ballot ."._._........._..l' N'8J"J\/'JV l8th:St. &AlA BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS .
' an honest listing of candidates Flagler Beach y ,
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' officially printed, and intended RCA VICTOR SHRIMP .
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; voting," as it was LIVING COLOR TV CHICKEN ._ ," ,
"LOOK FOR THE PICTURE BARBECUEFISH .
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.1t first called, was adopted by IN THE WINDOW" '
Louisville, Kentucky, and by Southern Radio & Television :,: .' BILL HEADS '
s Massachusetts in 1888, then by 226 E.. Granada ORSiOND-Ph. OR. 7-2001, SANDWICHES -
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- ,. New York, Michigan, and other I -
"" states. The ballot is still used,. -I I RULED FORMS -

.even About In half voting the machines.70,000,000 dtiiens I'I'l NEWH I .

who voted November 8 did I Ir TICKETS and T.AGS- : !

;,- so. by machines. Except for ,; .

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t I r all voted on the same day. It WAYTO ..'

A'._ wasn't always the case. I .; CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS,' S
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; Vedety of DaysOriginally : ti

: each state could STOP :
: fix its own presidential election ; _
day so.long as it fell at least -.,' "" ... I
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34 days before the first ?- .
day In December, the wednes-I T. HAND "JE.; ,_.. ,
;-" dentlal electors met. In '. '....,;.... ,
' states voted on' the first Monday "
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.. _- In ,November, two on the second 'LD WEEDING < "h'e
: Monday four on the first Tues I y "_ i::''' '' We .Don't. Do' Most ,.... .
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';- scandals such as "pipelaying"the 'o I
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' practice of sending political PRINTINGy .

',: gangs, across state lines' to vote .. "
E. more than ,once on different VEGETABLES .: < = :
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t'..." ...* election In, 1845 days., ,Congress passed a ,... But \We- :.Do, Some of the 'Best: {

;_ law setting the first TuesdayIt Si SPRAY, VBGADEX AS YOU PLANT, '
.-. after the first Monday -In November
:;'. presidential election -
as This new,"chemical weeder". kills off tough grassy "

.. }Y -the day most November acceptable was selected month.as J .,-,.- ",-"> weeda as they,-&proUt-pmetiCally- ends all hand ; ., -. "

.' -Harvesting Is over ;then, and 9, :., weeding.vegetables. :' ,,' .. j. .
-winter, has not yet made the .:. ,' -.- Use; Vegadex to control t : 5 > -
weeds
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-roads impassable said Ohio : crops ':'IDIO I 'I Z382yb. ,
:Representative Alaxehdar Dun., '.: ;' com.beansa_ d garden_beets. : .

.- can. in, writing, .the 1845 law. ; ::..,Vend kills off tough weeds like .':: R < > :" i: .
c 3t; was: felt that election day ; : .
tpurakne; pigweed; duckweed, heabit, 4 : : .
nshouldn't( -be the: first,of Novem- .
businessmen like to ;oxtail ...and many more iR0'W' ..,.
-, ber. :for. { :. > .
;: out accounts that day.I .
k make "
Come in .
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now get your:Vegades '-
against'Sunday ,
sentiment, was, : : ..
;Public voting. Monday: was aid have U,reedy'when you pleat ;;;. .....Th ..,.I. ,_
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becaufiejnany persons.lived "
ruled out :
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a day's journey from pollJng
to Sunday Y s Fat
and objected -

mug'places travel., the present election day THE' KILGORE SEED COMPANYA ':>t Fiddler Tribune

was chosen. It never falls on I Piywtoa of Asgrow Seed Company

the,,,first; nor later than Novo) F .
..' '' ber 8th; "I : a Highway 207 East of Hastings, Florida -

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