The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
January 15, 1959
Publication Date:


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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
29.4675 x -81.256944


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).

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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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Committee Will Mrs. Fuller NamedTo Potato Growers. Cub Scouts- Visit Trial Date For

.. Install Safety State Democratic. Have, Postponed Tribune Office For Four Men

Tape on BikesThe I Committee OfficeMrs. Marketing Pact Friday AfternoonIn On February 19At

M. B. ,Fuller of Bunnell, keeping'with the theme of

editor of The Flagler Tribune, the month "Cub Scout Newsmen"Cub
Safety Committee of the There, will be no potato mar the continued session of
has been appointed to serve as Scout Pack 172 of Flagler
Flagler Beach Woman's Club keting agreement in this.producing Circuit Court here Wednesday
acting secretary-treasurer of the Beach visited the office of The
:met with representatives of the area this, season, althougha morning, two moonshine cases
State Democratic Executive Com- Flagler Tribune Friday after
Schools and the Sheriffs Office number of meetings were held from last week were heard. 'AI
mittee of Florida. noon. They were conducted
on Monday afternoon in the of- with state and ,federal officials I motion to suppress was granted
through the composing room and
lice of Supt. Z. D. Holland. The She is the State Democratic late last year in an attempt to ''I Jin the matter of State of Florida
given a souvenir' name slug.
meeting was called for the pur- Committeewoman ot Flagler reach such an agreement.A I vs. Willie Watson. The oth- .

pose of completing plans for County. She is filling the vacancy Cub Scout members were: I er case of the State vs. Tommy
letter dated January writ.
presenting the, safety program caused by the resignationof I Mickey Sindelar, Arthur Mc- i W. Morris, the motion to suppress -
ten County Agent Howard
and taping the bicycles at each I Frank Porter who was elected Daniel, Bobby Gumble, Dennis ( was overruled an.d Febru-
and sent to all
school in the county. f to the office ,at the State committee :Taylor growers Clay, Tommy Duncan, Dale Ab 'ary 19th at 9 A. M. was set for
in this county explains the situation I
meeting held in Daytona bott, Gary Watson, Glenn Miller,:I the trial.
Present at the meeting were I
Beach October 11. Mr Porter is : Jr., Scott Wilder, Gregory Ross,
Club president, Mrs. Harold Sidney McCraney, of Flagler
employed by,the State and is "This letter is to bring you up and, Lee Presswood.
Massie, Committee chairman, I Beach; Jack Johnson, Bunnell;
not eligible to hold the office. to date on the results of the se-
Mrs. Phil Kester Supt. Z. D. Holland Accompanying them were"Den I Robert Drake, Flagler Beach;
ries of area meetings to considera
r Deputy Sheriff Walter Eber- Mrs. Fuller' spent Monday at Chief Thomas McDaniel and I and Alex Faircloth, Ormond
Potato Market Agree-
hardinger, Sheriff Homer Brooks, committee headquarters office in proposed Den Mothers, Mrs. Charles Sin de-I I Beach, who were Indicted by the
ment and the'meeting of elected
Principal Carl Hornsby, Mrs. Orlando, meeting Committee lar, Mrs. Jack. Abbott and Mrs. J I grand jury for second degree

Earl Theil and Mrs. Lewis Hoge- Chairman Jimmy Milligan and delegates. t Robert' McDaniels. j I I murder of George Kermit Jones

boom. II former secretary treasurer, Mrs. "During the first series of Others making the tour with I:on December 5 at the Bunnell

January 23 has been set for Christine: Maxwell of Tallahass- meetings held in the potato them were Pamela McDaniel, airport, were arraigned and each

the bicycle taping date at the I see. growing areas of Hastings, Buif-: Sandra Sue Abbott, Connie Me-, entered pleas of,,not guilty. Trial

Bunnell School. ,Bessie, Theil Mrs. Fuller was accompaniedto nell, 'LaCrosse, Belle Glade; Daniel and John McDaniel. date was set for February 16. Attorney
Homestead Ft. Myers, and Balm,
will be in charge of the Bunnell I Orlando by her father, George j I for the defendants said
October 15.23, a great majority
School and will be assisted by Moody, Sr., of Flagler Beach whois he had several motions to file

Viola Tonkin, Caroline, Barditzky the State Committeeman from I of growers voted to proceed, with Bulldogs Lose in the case and Judge Geo. Wm.

Frances Edmonson, Bea Walters, Flagler'County.Holland drafting the agreement. Only Jackson said he would continuethe
two areas, LaCrosse and Belle matter to 19 at 9
and Jeanette Jones. January
1\ The taping will begin at 9:30 Glade,' has a majority vote'To ,Ketterlinus o'clock A. M.
against drafting the agreement.
A.1&, in the Bunnell Gym with Names Trial date for Robert Joseph

The:Beta Club presenting a program "At the' second series of meet. Friday There !Lamb, charged with armed rob

rules and givea ings, held in the same areas No- set for 18.
} on safety bery, was February
March of Dimes vember 24-December 3, only the
a demonstration on ,safety of The Bunnell Bulldogs Varsity The court recessed until Mon

bicycles. The taping of the f I I Hastings; and Bunnell areas voted Basketball team, lost their first day morning, January 19th at 9
to request an official hear
bicycles will follow. Committee Heads I game for the season Friday night o'clock. .

...' ." ,.v.:. The.,..Club znem ers* :fli distribute -- .- s "' : ing., The,,other five. areas were in' St. Augustine 5241.' The B
solidly against the hearings.:
printecI"rules on bicycle Z. D. Holland, county chairman Team also' lost their first game
t safety *to, each, bicycle owner. "Following the area voting, Tribune
for the 1959 March of Dimes 2515., BeginsFortySixth
i! ? all delegates were to meet in
Parents of each bicycle owner drive, today listed heads of ,the II IIOrlando' The Varsity Team had a slow
December 17. The
are ask to check the brakes of committees in various sectionsof on
i Hastings-Bunnell delegates met I,first half scoring only 15 points. Year
the bicycles at home. the who will assist him
county Half time 2615. Rob-
score was .
t The ,sheriff's office is furnish prior to this meeting to discussa
in the drive. They are: ert Cook and Sam Bertha tied I
the reflector and they probable future. Two courses Of Publication
ing tape for high point honors for the ,
assist the Special Contributions-The were considered: an agreement
will, also placing tapeon
Bulldogs with 10 points each.
the bicycles.The Idlewood Club, Mrs. Charles E. covering the Hastings are only;
With this issue The
Jim Burnsed made. 8 points, Flagler
Creal an agreement covering white potatoes -
date for the Flag-
taping Henry Wells 7 points, and Buddy Tribune begins its fortysixthyear
only. ,
ler Beach School and Carver
Mothers' March-Mrs. Elaine "After carefully considering a Taylor 6 points.. Vernon Davis of publication.The .
will .announced'later..
School be .
,Mrs. Lewis Hogeboom will be Canakaris in Bunnell; Mrs. Bar Hastings area agreement, it was took the high point honors for paper was established in

Beach bara Cody in Haw Creek; Mrs. found that proper administration the night with 25 points made I February, 1913, under the nameof
in charge of the Flagler
Shirley Gresham for Bimini and would too costly to for Ketterlinus. St. Johns Tribune. After crea-
Chairman prove
School taping and Safety St.,Johns Park; The Wom n'' be practical."An Bunnell made 24 fouls. Ket- tion of Flagler County in 1917,
Isla Kester will be in
Club at Flagler Beach and .Ma agreement to cover white terlinus made, 26 out of 34 free the name was changed to The
of the Carver School
\ charge rineland; Mrs. M. C. Strickland,I potatoes only was considered shots, Bunnell made 17 out of Flagler Tribune.J. .

taping.Safety Chairman Kester said I Jr., for Korona and Favoretta. I:feasible However, because of I 29 free shots. Bunnell made 12 B. Boaz operated the paper

Mr. Holland said the annual I the time requirement for field goals out of 50 attempts from its inception until in 1918

that in recent years from 400 to I Mothers'. March will be conducted such an agreement,processing it I I and Ketterlinus made 13 field when it was purchased by R. L.
500 deaths and from 25,000 to
:injuries each have the evening of January: 30th could not be brought into force goals. Both teams made 26 Harper. Mr. Harper operated it

30,000 year I from 7 to 8 o'clock, and it is this season. Since this was the points in the last -half after a until his health failed in the latter -
in collisions
occured between
hoped everyone will be as generous case it was deemed advisableto slow first half. part of 1923, and on January

bicycles and motor vehicles. as circumstances permit. temporarily defer further action Buddy Taylor and Jim Burn 1, 1924, it was purchased by
The number of acci-
greatest until 'on or before June 1'. sed fouled out of .the game in M. B. Fuller and A. M. McDaniel.In .

dents and deaths were children Another potato 'season would: the third quarter. 1934 Mr. McDaniel was appointed -

between five and fourteen years Experiment Station then be passed. Delegates would The B Team lost their game Bunnnell postmaster and
of Club members feel this
age. then be polled to determine if the same night 2515. Half time Mr. and Mrs. Fuller continuedthe
is the greatest need of safety score was 18.17 Bunnell in the of the In
To Launch Fire Ant growers were sufficiently inter operation paper.
and have adopted this
program ested to process the agreement rear High point man for Bun March of 1939 Mr. Fuller boughtMr.

as their project. Eradication StudiesThe I further : :- I I nell was Ronnie Canakaris with McDaniel's interest and he

,I 7 points,. Gary Burdette made 4 and Mrs. Fuller have continued

Son, of Mrs. Ward University of Florida Ag points and Jerry Burnsed also publication since that date.

ricultural Experiment Station Adult Education made'4 points.

Killed IIi Truck will shortly initiate a research The next game will be in

I project to determine the effectsof Classes Will Be Oveido on January 16 with the 4-H CLUB SEES FILM

Accident Thursday the fire-ant ,eradication pro- Varsity team and the Girls play ON FARMING4H

gram, Director J. R. Beckenbachhas Organized MondayAny I ing. Then on January 20 Ket- Club members had a film
Mn and Mrs. J. E. Ward of announced. terlinus plays here in the local shown
on planting, growing,
Flagler, Beach were called to i He stated that the work will person in Flagler County I gym. harvesting, packing and ship-

Harrisburg..Pa., early Thursday have the active support of the who is interested either in adult ping of potatoes at the Court

the death of,her Plant Board and the FlorIda
morning;by son State education courses or courses house on Tuesday afternoon;

Joseph Care, ,who was' killed in Fresh Water Fish and_ Game leading toward high school diploma CIGARETTE TAXIS Club Reporter Johnny Simpsonsaid

a truck wreck there. tIn Commission. is invited to attend a DISTRIBUTED today.

addition to- his mother and "The State Plant Board is already meeting on ,Monday, January 19: Cigarette taxes continue as a During the business sessiona

f; step-father,'Mr. Care Is.survived proceeding'with. the eradi at the Bunnell school ,cafeteriaat sizeable sum of revenue for motion was carried: to givea

by his wife 'and, three children cation program," Dr. Becken 7:30 P. M., County School Superintendent Flagler county municipalities. contribution of $5.00 to the

of Harrisburg. Also. surviving bach said, '"with both state and Z; D. Holland said The amounts they received from March of Dimes Drive.

are three sisters *s. 'Sidney federal funds appropriated for today.M. collection of November taxes They also had a discussion on

.'" Kerney of Illinois; Mrs. Joseph the purpose. However, officialsof G. Rankin, director of adult are: taking the calves to District

': Kern of Harrisburg; and Mrs. the Fresh Water Fish and education at the Daytona Beach Bunnell, 1222.09; Flagler five Stock Show to be held in -

David Hetterly of Jacksonville Game Commission have been I Junior College, wjll be presentto Beach, $526.43; Beverly Beach, Jacksonville on January, 3031.

Florida. greatly concerned about effectsof organize classes which will $51,77; and Marineland, 3821. It was decided to take about

Funeral services ,were held in the program on fish and wild be conducted at night at the The .sums were derived from twelve of the calves to the Show.

,: Harrisburg on Monday. life. Sportsmen and",farmers alI Bunnell High School.Mr. the, 5-cents-a-package ,on all They will also have about,three

".. Mr. and Mrs. Ward 'were: accompanied Aso I have been at odds 'on :the Holland said these classes cigarettes sold. within ,the corporate exhibits of broilers at the Show.

to Harrisburg for the matter, and there is little factual will include commercial subjects limits of the municipali Advisor Howard Taylor gave

oJ funeral by Mrs... Hetterly and I I evidence. available, on side effects or' any other subjects in which. ties. The
two ,sons of Jacksonville of such programs." interest is shown. state and rebated to the-towns. tie grubs, Johnny also said.r"R'r .


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1 REVIVAL AT FIRST BAPTIST Mr. and Mrs. R. E.Ford enter- Subscribe for The,Flagler Tribune .
T: CHURCH IN FEBRUARY tained on Thursday-evening her i
: :l I I Plans are,,underway for a Revival sister and brother .,in law Mr. \
; :: in the First Baptist Churchof and Mrs. C. W. Jordan and their FRED A. FRUITS
Flagler ,Beach starting the three daughters, Jackie, Jan and
LUNA BABBITT' first Sunday in February with Joan of Palatka. Mr. and Mrs. 111 JEWELERDIAMONDSWATCHES WI.1
Telephone HEmlock 9-2098 I Rev. Marvin Steadham of Pa- Ford and family spent the week-
latka conducting the services. end in Palatka with :Mr. and
P.T.A. GARDEN CLUB FOOD Rev. Steadham is the Home Mrs. Jordan. REPAIRING \
FLAGLER BEACH on ... .. .
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".. The Flagler Beach P.T.A. meeting SALE SATURDAYThe Mission Board and is well known I .,.
was held last Tuesday eve- here. .
Food Sale for the Flagler .
ning in the school cafetoriumand I Beach Garden Club is to start .l08110"-.E--011i11. CHAPEL a
:Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cummingsand
the count was won by
room I at 9 A.M. Saturday January 17th
Fennell's sixth grade. Mrs. family have returned to their
I next to the Flagler' Beach Post ,
Alice Lovell vice president, presided -I Office.W home in Wakeman, Ohio aftera
during the business meet I two week's vacation here at At WOMAN'S CLUB FLAGLER BEACH ,
their home on Flagler Avenue.
ing.The Raymond Sunday January 25-12 to 5 P. M.
speaker I The W M U of the First Bap- ,
Smith, County Civil Defense Di- ALASKAN JULY FOURTH
tist Church conducted the
rector from Bunnell and he I ,
gave Prayer Service on Wednesday The Eskimo village*of Kotze-
an interesting and informativetalk evening. Rev. Glenn Taylor gavea bue, Alaska, holds an annual TABLES. ALL THE COFFEE YOU CAN DRINK.

on Civil Defense, also show talk on "The Great Commis- Fourth of July celebration that ONLY 85 CENTS

ing some movies on the subject. sion" and Mrs. Taylor ,spoke on includes foot and boat races' ,
They voted to continue their i uy 0 u r WMU Serving Your' acrobatics, and dancing and
sponsorship, of the Boy Scouts' Church". On Thursday, Mrs. May beauty contests. Instead of bath-
and also to authorize Mr. Fen- ing suits, entrants for the title .
.,' Shill WMU President, is attend-
nell to $150.00 from their k-ctic' OCEAN VIEW RESTAURANT
use ing the WMU Associational of Miss Circle wear fur ,
for the purchase of
Treasury Meeting in Hastings and accompanying parkas.
science equipment and books. On The OCEAN at FLAGLER BEACH .
her are Mrs. Aubrey
The second grade room mothers ,
Bill aut Rmma ckeA
Spivey and Mrs. Clarence Weaver. -
served, cake, cookies, soft i, .
drinks and coffee during the:I Our Sunday Special

social period. I Friends of Mrs.'Agnes Lee have

received word that she is leav-
Walter Geiger arrived Monday ing Wisconsin on January 15th I Baked Chicken $150|

from La Crosse, Indiana, to spend' accompanied by her daughterin
the rest of the winter here. law Mrs. Robert Lee for her ,
With Celery Dressing Gravy. Cranberry Sauce Tossed Salad
Mrs. Mary Lowe was admittedto home here. They plan to stop Rolls and Butter Coffee Apple Cobbler
the Flagler Clinic and Hospital I over in Nashville, Tenn., for a .
in Bunnell Thursday for I short visit with Rev. and Mrs. .xIS Be Sure To Try Our Delicious Home Made. Pies

medical attention. I I Jim Lee.L. DINNERS ARE SERVED UNTIL 8.00 P.M.INSURESfay .

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Galloway I G. Vandling arrived here
have returned to their home Sunday from Kirkland, 111., to
here after spending a week with spend some time with his brother ; Insured & Rest AssuredGET
relatives in Lake Wales. in law and sister, Mr. and t .,,Y. :
Mrs. William B. Eckerd at the
Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Ocean View Court and Restau-

Henry Barditzky during the rant. He was met at the Jack- PAPAL PLEA Pope John
$: weekend were their daughters, sonville airport by his nephew, XXIII, in his first Papal address T. COOK( AGEKCY
Miss Penny, Barditzky and Mrs. Cletus Strausner, and George from the SIstine Chapel, has appealed -
Helen Reiner from Auburndale. I Moody, Sr. to the rulers of the worldto Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida
abandon "monstrous
They were accompanied by Mrs. arms.

Reiner's three children, Mark, I Mr. and Mrs.. Ever.ette Ward .
Karen and Elissa: were called Harrisburg. : Pa.,\ \ j f .eL. ,. -- ... .; ;..At'--!
I the sudden
Thursday morning by '* 0(

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Blaine have death of her son, Joseph ,. .: '0 .. 1\ I
returned to their home here after Care. ,His death was the resultof < JMeet '.

spending the holidays in their a traffic accident.Mr. the car

former home in Tennessee. Mr. j
and Mrs. Blaine are starting the and Mrs. Curtis Parrishare

construction here of a new home parents of a son born in the .
on South Central Avenue. Flagler Clinic and Hospital on that set the fashion world r

Sunday evening.Mrs. ,
Guests last Thursday with Mr.
and Mrs. Bernie Wilson were Anna Roy arrived Mon- '
day from Schnectady, N. Y., to : fire
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Wilson of \JM-L "' :
Daytona Beach. spend -'the winter in her home You've seen it featured in '.
here on South Central Ave. -

......_..._--_._Yir..._._.SM1 HARPER'S BAZAAR. t >, _
House of Mr. and Mrs.C. .
O. F. ALFORD E. Schaeffler guests from Friday until 'Wow drive THE GLAMOUR CAR OF THE YEAR! ,

fReal Registered Tuesday,were Mr. and Mrs. ..

Estate Broke] William Merritt from New York ..
City. Arriving on Tuesday from : ,/ ,, ;
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Mr. and Mrs. James: C. Mont- .
gomery of South Daytona Ave.,
had as their house guest. last I
week her sister and brother inj 1 { I
all makes law, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cole| d c

of Shelbyville, Indiana.Mr. .
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Sales, Tubes and, .

Antenna Installation and Mrs. Ira,Bordner have S .-J .
been called to Ohio on, accountof I 59 FORDS :

; PHONE HE 9-2204 the sudden death there .of I II 1959 the world's most '(1 i
their son. I beautifully proportioned can <; ,

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i:. AlA FLAGLER BEACH i ... other car was heralded by a leading fashion r"! ;} .

.. .. magazine? What other car has become a style J
I sensation in the most fashionable stores?None but ;
t.- Where. Dining Is A Pleasure the exciting 1959 Ford Galaxie! Married in style to Come in and see the thrilling, %

K the,Thunderbird only a few short weeks ago, the all-new car that combines -4 V] t.
Galaxie is the Glamour Car of the Year. t 55
already .
l' WILL IEOPEH SIMMY JAR. Itth Thunderbird and
And we feel sure that this brilliant match will set \ \
your heart on fire. For the Galaxie is Thunderbird Ford Size and Savings .- ; I
1' in everything but price! That's Ford.lowJOme!, : try ,
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Ford Galaxie for
AWe a new "sighs. roar. '
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: The Bertha Farms. All You Can Eat. Bunnell Motor Company r ':+;a..,. '. !

< .. If You're. Interested in,an /> Used Car-'-Be ,Sure to See Your Ford Dea.T :

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, Thursday, January 15; ,.1959 THE.FLAGLER TRIBUNE,. BUNNELL, FLORIDA ., ... PAGE THREE5A.

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: Leader.There .was not a:' fight. in the 1 Ii IE

;p';':.- .. Ii Ir !!- Democratic cacus,: but, 'believeme dEASYi AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYmmmmmmwTtmmTfTfmmmmuifmmmmmm / I

f'r' .. the behind the scenes activity : i iIT"
was at an all time high ,.......-....... .........
t fit/
, in order to keep down, an open AUTO SERVICE BOAT SERVICE
split., To the everlasting creditof

i Speaker Rayburn.he handled .o. McDANIEL'S ORMOND MARINANEW .
," o IY..... HnElII11E. STORAGEj .
the situation magnificently. So COVERED ,
Service Station for boats on trailers :
It many left wingers, were electedto WHEN baking broiling fish Concrete Ramp -
this new Congress that there want white and firm STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS MARINE WATS-EXPERT REPAIRS .
were many rumors being circulated sprinkle with lemon juice; or, if Tires-Batteries-Minor Boats rebuilt reflnlahed ,
as to what was going to boiling, add Juice to water in which Repairs Gulf white gas & marine products '
fish is cooked. Bunnell ID 7-7119 1618 John Anderson Dr. OH 7-2C31 '
them ;
Among were:
happen. If you use a lot of white sauce,
attempts to unseat Speaker Ray- make it by the quart and keep refrIgerated BOATS AND MOTORS ,
A. S. (Syd) Herlong burn and elect some radical, to use as needed. It Biddle Gulf. SeryiceGASOILLUBRICATION
Congressman. Fifth District strip the Rules Committee of its will keep well for ,two or three Johnson's Boat Basin "

authority to screen legislation days if.chilled. promptly after BOATS & MOTORS '
\ ,' The new Congress has opened; before it is considered on' the cooking.To GULF TIRES & BATTERIES
Rented 7 days a week ;
the members have been sworn floor of the House, and a refusalto avoid wrinkled skins on Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days
Live Bait-Launching Ramp
in; the President. has made his seat the new member, Dr. State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Fishing Tackle
State of the Union address; and Dale Alford from Little Rock, THIS WEEK'S RECIPE 10 mi. N. Flagler Beach on AlA

the battle lines are forming.' Arkansas, simply.because he be- Apple.Sherbet(Serves. 6) Colonial Service Station

The Republicans had quite a.lieved continued. segregation % cup evaporated milk, BOAT' SHOP
fight in their cacus and the re- 'of Little Rock schools.A undiluted EARL E. RICE. Proprietor

sult was that Congressman House Committee Investi- 2 tablespoons lemon Juice GASOILLUBRICATIONMOTOR TUNE-UP Largest and Most Complete.

Charles Halleck of Indiana defeated gated this election and said that 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES Stock of Boats, Motors

Congressman Joe Martin, the ground on which they were 1 No. 2 can applesauce J U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNLU.Hall's Marine Supplies in the Area
R a of Massachsuetts as Minority (Continued on page 4) % teaspoon nutmeg
% cup granulated sugar I St Augustine-Ph. VA 9.2764
-- Whip chilled evaporated milk
Atlantic StationJack
until stiff; fold in lemon Juice I CLEANERS
FOR and remaining ingredients.Turn Hall, Proprietor '
Prompt Dependable Courteous at once into freezing trays.When GASOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccesories BUNNELL CLEANERS
frozen one inch around EVERY CLEANING J
the sides turn into bowl and SERVICE |
SERVICE beat with beater ROAD SERVICE
HI-THERM GAS : smooth. Return rotary to trays until and Open Daily 8-5:30 "j

.. freeze until firm. BUNNELL Tel. ID 7-3652 Saturday 8-6:30 i
115 N. Bay St. Bunnell j

HARRIS APPLIANCESPhone baked apples, slit the skin several JOE MORRISPURE DRUG STORES
times before baking. i OILGASOILLUBRICATION
ID 7-3551 Bunnell Most people will like peanut butter -,' Anderson Drug Store ;
Countywide Delivery Service open-faced .
they're covered with cooked! Prescriptions
GAS CYLINDERS GAS APPLIANCES crumbled bacon before i Sick Room
serving. Supplies
7:30 A.M. to 9 P.M.:
__ i iTired Keep the bones on crown roastor Sundries
chops from burning by spearing FLAGLER BEACHJ.
them with pieces of fat cut'' BUNNELL

of Paying Rent? I from Toast the for roast poached or chops.eggs, will not:j L. Presswood Garage Thompson PharmacyYour

become soggy if you use a cup for STANDARD PRODUCTS Health Is Wealth .
poaching the If the is''
egg. egg General Repairing-Road Service, Put YourPRESCRIP1'IONS
cooked in water, use a slotted
turner for taking it,out of water Visit Our Grocery DepartmentFor
and draining it at the same time. Frozen Foods and Staples In Our Hands '
Nutmeats stored in the refrigerator FLAGLER BEACH 141 W. Granada-Ormond 7-3676
i will. not lose.avor or fresh -
Sullivan's Gulf Service -
Hot biscuits and muffins served
.. Blacks Flower ShopPhone
right in the pans in which they'vebeen GULF
baked right out of the oven GAS-OILS-LUBRICATION IDlewood 7-3348 '
will really be piping hot.. I I TIRESTUBESACCESSORIESBeach Information P.o. Box 3 Bunnell, Fla.
"Specializing in Service and Flowers For All OccasionsWe

Half of all trees found in the The Clean Heart Rest of Flagler Rooms"In Beach accept orders for Delivery
United States are native to Flor Anywhere in the U.S.A.



South U.S. 1 Bunnell, Fla.
Call ID 7-3282 for Details.
Extra' Construction Features In All Bevis Homes

DOUBLE FRAMING ON ALL OPENINGS Shield Service StationChester Tilecraft Company"LET

FULL 8-FOOT CEILING McKenzie Mechanic

TOP QUALITY PAINT CHOICE OF COLORS T. PERRY Right Now We'll. Overhaul and Armstrong & Kentlle
ARTHUR Repair :Your Power MowerNo Sold and InstalledAll
'Job Too Big Or Too Small Work Guaranteed
Built On Your 'Lot 111 No., Bay St.. Bunnell Ormond Beach OR 7-3181

Smittys? 66 Service HARDWARE ,
< Low Monthly Payments.
aizt leuy Phone HE 9-2321 Flagler Beach Hardware
The Most Complete Modern
Local RepresentativeMRS. Auto Service on :MASURY PAINTS

General Repairs-Wheel Balancing
Towing & WreckingTV Duralite Paint-That Good Paint
Phone ID 7-3206 Bunnell, Florida MANY STYLES AND SIZES Stamps
'HEmlock '.%193 Hlway No.,11

Bevis Construction Co. Inc. Prompt Service AUTO PARTS-USED_ FLAGLER BEACH

Call Collect EA 5-5317 ... Palatka,,Florida The Flagler Tribune Vet's Service StationNEW REAL ESTATE .

OPEN DAILY 8:00 A. M. TEL 5:00 P. M. Phone IDlewood 7-3282 & USED PARTS Margaret Givens

LAKE crrr HIGHWAY,' y2 MILE WEST OF WTE: AT BunnelL Florida Top Prices Paid for Wrecked Cars Reg. Real Estate Broker .
NEW PALM AVENUE INTERSECTION 24-Hour Towing and Wrecking Notary PublicSpecializing
ServiceU. In

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Phone HEmlock 9-2035
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY'OR NIGHT Ken Mar Motel-Flagler Beach .

PHONE VAlley 41625ST. .
I'CE FLAGLER BEACH Building Supplies .
fr PvMie XfetfeM'.fCanty '.PIsg1s Dancing., Saturday. Nites CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS

New be bMitjat about calling'a Garcia,Amhnlnnm. Wo .1IIiJeI..llticmm ....... Jam Session .Sunday ,P.M. STEEL.

.mea wife praaptets. safety and the .State *t VteriiaBatevc
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Garcia Funeral, Home, torch *. '18V. 'l 1 MILE WEST OF BUNNELL GAY'S PLACE
: i P. E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral Director. .. DKUTVKR' BEER & WINE TO GO
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: :' Z. CONGRESSMAN ',difficult because there are not of day. Our committee work on I ----::-', -

: aside was that in some will not for I 6
., ; HERLONG SAYS precincts legislation begin about r 1Nt IIirtl.

; more people voted; than two weeks at which time .niithe1iT
f Continued ;&adisIIrlii Seed PotatoesCAN.
from,Page 3)asking 63 vacancies: This means that we are advised that the first order ,

,to have the'.election set we, are going to have to changethe of business is the life In.

were registered. Under' Arkan ration of Democratic and Republicans surance taxation bilL I had toj I Z t>IPIfr i VOTE 1V 1it. P. E. I.

sas law,that'. is entirely possible on the various committees come back to Washington last I THE avuy 3: vorerFOR >: RED'S

and the election would still be and we are. also goingto fall for hearings on this bill, Foit'7HE iWL.J &.

legal. When I asked this committee have to change the rule so and we will.sit as a committee i

member how he knew that a member may not serve in, executive session and write I SEBAGOES

that the newly elected Congressman on more than one committee. the bill some time during the
was the beneficiary of any I Under the present rule a member latter, part of this month. I V MY -

excessive votes he admitted that may serve on two committees 2-4981
I I ,If any, of, you ,;.are.ever in '
lie didn't know and that .he was if"one of them. Is.'a minor BUNNELL ID 73443FOR

quite sure,that, there was, as he I committee. It looks like we are Washington, please come by to
see us and 'make our office your
said, "skulduggery" indulged in going to have to call on themto
headquarters.. We have moved SALE
by both sides in that respect. make a choice as to the com The East
Flagler Mosquito Con-
the office since last year. Our
Anyhow,'ill,of this was handled mittee on which they prefer to ... trol District has) for sale building:
new location is 503 Old House of corrugated iron. 14 feet by 20
without any open fight and we remain and request their resignation feet' complete with doors; also two
Office Building. There are a few lean-to sheds attached thereon-
are now settling down to a long t I from the other committee.It offices here where W1 LEt3McE IT.. One 20 feet by 15 feet and the
a *
winter's work. is going to take weeks up congressman other 20 feet by 8 feet.
can get three rooms and Building may be inspected at the
The Democratic cacus elected though to work out all these ..the c.vre ranT premises of the Secretary Mr. I.. L.
mine is one of them. Believe I Gage. 1 miles north of Flagler
three new members to the Ways problems. Beach.
me, we need the extra space and
and Means Committee. We began A couple of thousand bills Purchaser to remover from pres-
I am delighted with the change.At ent location within 30 days after
this week to start assigningthe have already been Introduced- Q being notified of successful bid. Bids
the Democratic cacus the accepted up to 6:00 P. H. January
63 new Democratic Membersof most of which are the result of 30. 1959. The District reserves the

Congress to their committee campaign promises-and manyof Dean of the Illinois delegationwas right to reject any and all bids and
waive any informalities In bid
posts., This is going to be quite I ,them will never see the light introducing the new memo ding.
bers from his state. One of them EAST FLAGLER s
he introduced as a long-time By: Lyman L. Gage. Secretary

member of the Chicago City I January 8.15-Z-3tc

Mississippi member who was FOR FLAGLER COUNTY. FLOR

A. -H. CRAIG Funeral, Director overheard to say in a loud aside, 3543 IDA. IN CHANCERY CASE NO.

JOHN HABDXN, Associate '"Did 'he say Chicago Citizens' FRANCES D. LEGGETT
Council?" Believe me, it brought -vs-



Because it is built in a semi. SHELL FILL & SAND THOMAS Address Unknown B. LEGGETT

Phone ID J-3532 circular bend of the Mississippi You are hereby notified that a
.. suit for divorce has been filed
River, New Orleans is known as DIRT CONTRACTSCALL against you in the above entitled
301 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA the Crescent City. cause and you are hereby required
I to serve upon Plan tift's Attorney
whose name and address appear
hereon your written defense if any
to the Bill of Complaint In said
I EMIL MISSINNE suit on or before the 14th day of
February. A. D. 1959 else Decree
.. : a
... :,_: ,oJ Pro Confesso will be entered
':. I Phone HE 9.2094 against you.WITNESS.
'..-. '
; my hand and seal this
; FLAGLER BEACH 13th day of January. A. D. 1959.
Clerk of said Court
(Court Seal)
coui TW
O. Box 398
Bunnell. Florida
Solicitor for Plaintiff.
WILLIAM MAGNER.Plaintiff. Jan. 15-22-29 & Feb. 5-4tc
Irv with .
'- ke, VS. '
NOTICE TO DEFEND Notice is hereby given that Geo.

I" .::.' \ Smi/e. THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: E. Wickllne. the holder of the following w .
a Shirley Magner certificates has filed said
certificates for
Address UnknownYou a tax deed, to be
issued thereon. The Certificate
are hereby notified that a
''. .
; 0t' suit has been filed against you in number and year of issuance
<,,A the above entitled cause; and you the description of the property and
the names In. which it was assessed -
are hereby required to file your an-
"c ,, swer with the Clerk of this Court are as follows:
>x and to thereof Certificate No. 97. year 1952.:! Lot
S. serve a copy upon 2." Block B, Ocean City Sub. Name
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
., in which
; whose name and address is: assessed: Geo. B. & Olive

Ray Selden RoCertificate
Selden Building No. 77. year 1953 Lot
Beach Floridanot 2. Block B. Ocean City Sub. Name
.. In which
assessed: Eva Kressly.
later than February 13th. A.D.
.. ,.' 1959. All said property being in the
If you fail to do eo, decree pro County of Flagler. State of Florida.
": Unless such certificates shall be
t confesso will be entered againstyou
redeemed according to law the
for the relief demanded in the
., bill of complaint. The nature of property described in such certifi-
.. ,,{:." said suit being for divorce and cates will be sold to the highest
custody of minor child. bidder at the Court House door on
f the first Monday In the month of
;r : ? WITNESS hand and seal of
... .J-- my
said Court this 12th day of Janu- February. 1959 which is the 2nd
day of February A. D. 1959.
.ff : ary. A. D. 1959.
DATED this 6th day of January.
I oJ (Official Seal)
-.. RALPH E. HARBERT A. D. 1959.
1 : Clerk of said Circuit Court (Court Seal)
-- Jan. 15-22-29 & Feb. 5-4tc RALPH E. HARBERT
Clerk of the Circuit Courtof

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND Flagler County. Florida
QouthernStyle .h FOR FLAGLER COUNTY. FLOR- January 8-15-2Z-Z9-4tc
Plaintiff. Notice is hereby given that the

'f -vs- Board of Public Instruction of
/ : Flagler County. Florida will receive
.,r GERALD BENNETT and wife.
: : -; : t JOANNE BENNETT and RALPH. sealed bids at the office of the Superintendent -
and ELLEN E. of Public Instruction
DOLL at the Court House In Bunnell.

: lf :: Defendants.NOTICE Florida up until 2 30 P. M. on
: : ". : t BY PUBLICATION IN. Monday. February 16th. 1959 for the
i.; MORTGAGEFORECLOSURE furnishing- of all labor and ma-
terial and
SUIT TO FORECLOSE performing the work for
MORTGAGE the construction of Locker Rooms ,
and Covered Walk Addition to the
: RALPH D. GOLL and wife Bunnell School, and all necessary
iJt c"c"i; : ELLEN E. GOLL 12976Pleasant attendant facilities as called for in
,: Valley Road. the drawings and specifications In
Cleveland 30 Ohio. connection with the erection and

,.,,' You. RALPH D. GOLL and wife completion of the above named
ELLEN E. GOLL. are hereby notified project.
i.- -i that a Bill of Complaint and Plans and specifications" are on
".. Amendment to Bill of Complaint to file at the office of the County Superintendent -
-: and at the office of
: foreclose a certain mortgage on the
following' described property to- the Architect. Alfred G.' Kemmerer.
wit: 925 North Atlantic Avenue Daytona -
Lot 10 in Block 6 of the Fu- Beach Florida. Copies of
I t't quay Subdivision of the Townof I these plans may be obtained by
Flagler Beach. Flagler Coun- prospective General Contract Bidders -
ty Florida as per plat of said I from the architect by deposit-
Subdivision on file and of record ing Ten ($10.00) Dollars per set
; in the office of the Clerkor same to be fully refundable If bid
the Circuit Court for Flag is submitted and documents returned -
'; :'1 : ler County. Florida, in Plat within five (5) days after bid
: ;_ ,. .-ti;:' .. Book 1 at Page 26, date.
: has been filed against you and you .A certified check or a satisfAc-
,, : are required to serve a copy of tory bid bond In the amount equalto
', : r,1 : Golden fried chicken, piping hot biscuits and butter- :, .- f;' $t your Answer or Pleading to the five per cent"S';') of the gross
L"'L Bill of Complaint and Amendmentto bid shall be submitted with each
;:} '-r't-: ".: /.. : m-m-m-m, that's good Southern"living at its best:7! + Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs bid. 'Bonds or checks of unsuccessful
; attorney. H. T. Cook. CItizens bidders will be returned _and
;, ;'--:: !.;.f : '-:{ [ Bank Building. Bunaell. Florida. that of successful bidders retained
_: and file the original Answer or and to become the sole propertyof
'. 2..< j. And pass the phone for more good living. Folks in. :' ., ; Pleading the office of the Clerk the Board t>f Public Instruction
e ...p.-: 9i of the Circuit Court on or before until such time the bidder shall
Dixie reach for the chat < the 31st of January' 1959. If fully comply with the bond and
t.blS"I'1\\, just naturally phone to to./, ,-t i._: day
you fall to do so. Judgment by default contract requirements as set forth
; _. ;':: share have fun = ., : \ :. : will be taken against you for In these specification
good news renew friendships across j ,
the relief demanded In the Bill 'of The Board reserves the right to
., :; ,'.. ;,., .: Complaint and Amendment to Bill reject any and/or all bids and to
-' the miles. And it makes us feel good to take sufficient time to
5'- pretty avo. .._ : of Complaint. examine the
.i : ,
< !:? ; This notice shall be publishedonce qualifications of the bidders and
: '.1 : hand in bringing you:Service with a Smile. ..: ,---:; t each week for four consecutive waive informalities In the bids
.,. weeks In The Flagler Tribune. submitted.
$ .
,:,."i' ---- ;" -G'I. ;. DONE AND ORDERED at Bun- THE BOARD OF PUBLIC
; .. Southern !
_. .- ... Style _
'., '. .< < "'; nell. Florida this 29th day of De- INSTRUCTION OF FLAGLER
; ;- ....: .tP' '.)/.. >4 cember. A. D. 1151. COUNTY. FLORIDABy
''' .
;., : .:. -. '- : : ...;.. Clerk 'of the Circuit Court Chairman.
.- Southern Bell .}, Flagler County. ,Florida.. ATTEST
,...-. { \ .{, / (Circuit Court Seal) Z. D. HOLLANDSuperintendent
......".'.....'.,*.. I' '..,..... .-- -. '!" :", By AUDREY B. McKNIGHT and Ex-OfRcio
<<. ;i=:,,:"''; 'l.<_ ,# .' ._ .r ; :.!-., Deputy Clerk.H. 'Secretary to the Board of
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f BAPTIST CHURCH -- I A salesman' who can propose Home to small,boy, is merely

.1 W.M.U. OBSERVING nothing better is just a nuisance..1 a filling station! I

: FOCUS WEEK .-' .-
The W.M.U. of the First Bap-
I tist Church are observing thisas I
Focus Week. Beginning with
, "RecOgnition" at the Sunday
Services, and Monday visiting I
. with the youth organizations and I '
L .. Alice Faye Pearson COUNTRY CLUB MEETS :also with prospective members. GENERAL ELECTRIC
, WEDNESDAY EVENING Tuesday afternoon the first two :
And 'Clinton Ervin II .
I WITH MRS. MOORE chapters of Home Mission Study
Harris Engaged Mrs. Don Moore was hostessat :Course "Ways if Witnessing"was
The engagement of Miss Alice the meeting of 'the.':Country I studied. Wednesday afternoon

/ 'Faye Pearson, Holly Hill, to Club on Wednesday, evening at I an "Enlistment Supper"was bb
Clinton Ervin Harris-'of Fernan- her home Bimini. given _honoring past presi 1
dina Beach, has been announcedby During the business :meetingthe dents. Brief history of the W.M.U. ;
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Club members, decided to was given by, the secretary, Mrs.I
Monroe ;Pearson of ::345 Daytona hold the Cabbage Ball in-April. Blon Matherly. Today .they are I

: Avenue, Holly Hill. Mr. Also voted to sell candy for their attending the .Associational
z Harris is the.son of.Mr.,and- Mrs. Valentine project. I meeting in Hastings.The .
.. Lucian Lamar Harris; Sr., of New officers of the' club are Focus program was under --
Bunnell. president, Mrs. Moore;'''vice president the direction of Enlistment vice 164'5
The wedding will be March Mrs. Rose* Dozier; secretary -I president, Mrs. C. B. King. She
6 at, the home of the Bride's ,Mrs. 'Mary Tucker; 'treasurer was assisted by Mrs. O. F. Al-

parents. Mrs. Shirley Gresham; ford, mission study chairman,
Miss Pearson is native of social chairman Mrs;: Jeanette Mrs. L. H. Church program chair. Removable Oven Door '
Lakeland and moved to .Daytona Bertha; reporter, Mrs. 'Pat Cow- man and Mrs. Raymond Smith, For Easy Reach-In
Beach in 1937. She was social chairman.Mr. Oven Cleaning._
graduated in 1954 from Main art.On the club social calendar

land High School, and in 1958 they will have a Valentine.Dante and Mrs. George Westen-
from David Upscomb College, at the St. Johns Park, Community heffer ,of Harisburg, Pa., arrived .
Nashville, Tennessee, 'where she Hall for, club members and here last! week and are spend
was a ,member of the 'Woman's I their invited guests. They also ing the' winter season at the a New._._
Glee Club and the Bisonettes.She I plan to invite, members: of the home of Mrs.. Flossie ,Richard Me.steOvei,
is' employed by the ,First Idlewood Club and their guests. son. .
Federal Savings and Loan As- glint
23" wide! a-
sociation of Daytona Beach.
JOHNSON MEMORIAL Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Bradley _
Mr. Harris is a native of Lake CHAPEL WILL HOLD have returned to their home in
land and moved to Bunnell in BENEFIT SUPPER Espanola after a visit in Ocala Counterbalanced Oven Door
1945. He was graduated from A benefit supper for the John. with their son in law and
Bunnell High School in 1949, sort Memorial Chapel on North daughter Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Finger' Tip Button Controls
served two years in the United AlA will be held at the'Woman's Hoffman.
States Armed Forces, and was Club Building on Sunday, January ;NEW NO-DRIP COOKTOP
graduated from ,the Universityof 25, from one to five P.M., Miss Polly Cantrell has re- uNSCnp HOME of
turned to her home in Orlando
Florida's School of Forestryin Mr. Mitchell '
of the Pjlr ot Village etsuty
1958. 'He is employed by said today. after spending some time here LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY 1
Rayonier, Inc., at Fernandina Chicken and noodle .or ham with her sister, Mrs. Roscoe COOK BETTER AUTOMATICALLY ''
Beach, Florida. I'dinner Lynn. I She was recovering from IW p R i C E
with vegetables and coffee
I injuries received in a fall sever WITH A G-E AUTOMATIC RANGE!
will be served he stated. .
I I ,
Mrs. John Burrell, ,who suffered al weeks ago. .

a.stroke early in :'Decem I Mr. and Mrs. George Biddle Mr. and Mrs.T. E. Holden .
ber has been moved from 'the St. had as their guests'Monday Mr. have gone to Elizabethton, '

) Augustine hospital toa nurs r and Mrs. Jim '''Biddle of Green Tennessee, for a visit, with their .HARRIS APPLIANCE: .

ing home- .in. DLand.- ..... -.,; 't: Cove Springs.: ? ? son in law and daughter, Mr. ,: .
.... 7 : and Mrs. Julian Caudill. Phone, ID:-,7-3551 Bunnell, Florida."
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DIXIANA Guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. a
. RESTAURANTDELICIOUS Corley are Mr." Corley's brother
'J' and sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. BRANNAM'SFood
, XTfiENJOY OUR William Dorimer of' Mansfield,


..". Eating is a favorite, activity

.... POPULAR PRICES the among western the Pacific.Ifalik islanders They talk of : ,- Your, Red & White Store,

: Phone i lof food incessantly. Their word '
IDlewood 7-3280 .
f: "'' Bunneli 119. N. BAY St. Phone ID 73496Red
for happiness means literally

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: .H MA THER'S BulldozingLand

, Carnation. Pet Borden and Red & White,
119. N: Bay St. Phone ID 7-3111
Clearing MILK 3 :;,39c

ODDTable Platform Chase &. Sonborn 6 oz.
GradingP. '
Phone IDlewood 7-3376 MEAT DEPARTMENT -
17 Price

X1995h !
Swifts Premium Fully Cooked 4 to 7 lb
vRcc.TELL Us, *

LivingRoom' ,, TOWN .
Western Coin Fed Center Cut ,':.
Sofa Beds r .

}. : .$,58 Swifts Premium -

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HENS 39c
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) R. .F. ROCKER:
L" CHAIR Swift Brookfield Ilb Roll PORK .
k. $19200 rt SAV THENCWSVAPCR ,
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Hold coil, sweet potatoes, carrots of two glasses are needed by a- Crayfish 'like lobsters, can .
W'Teenagars green cabbage to supply vitamin I I dults and,three to*.four for child grow a hew leg' or antenna to REFINANCE YOUR ,DEBTS
A. replace that, is With a ,Long Term
t.- The KeyTeenagers I I ren. one. amputated.
r- One ,serving of a citrus fruit
of today hold the I each day is essential to healthy I I Give it a'll be sur- -- FEDERAL LAND ,BANK

t key to their. present good looks, gums (nice smile) and in pre- prised 'at how everyone enjoysit. A BUNNELL FARM LOANR.
abilities and health, and their You "no" to the vit- G '
venting a tired feeling. Citrus can say LODGE No. 200F.
future health and happiness too. W. BRYAN
I furnishes vitamin C, Which amin peddlers who knock on A A. M.
, How?' Yes, how do teenagers; Production Credit: Assn.
', strengthens blood vessel walls your door knowing you are Meets First and! Third Tuesdcrf
, at the family mealtimes? PALATKA FLORIDAWedDesdCl'f10:00
eat 1 helps form 'red blood cells aid nourishing your, family well on
.t Few teenagers realize that the I aids In'healing scrapes bruises wholesome delicious foods. Dean M. Peterson W. M. .
kind and amounts of foods they: I JOHN A. CLEGG Secy.
and wounds. .
eat can, affect their looks, pep, :II '
and they Milk provides calcium used'inbones I
;' personality powers on 1
I and teeth, but in other
Held, track or courtBecause i I
. of the rapid growth things too,.such as the body's

{ and development of teen-agers, I blood clotting system, the smooth

',( their food .needs are great and operation of muscles, especially

C'. very important. Bill, for example when exercised a lot as teen-
do. A minimum of four'
.r.., may eat large quantities agers
, to fill him self while Sue eats glasses a day with, preferred six I'
is the amount ,of milk needed I
:: less than Bill her food needs
;, to keep teen-ager. supplied!
are equally as great The important ,
note to teen-agers is with all important calcium, proteIn j ,
: and B vitamins also found'
:;. what they eat!
in milk. Better'make that snacka sSED
To meet growth needs, protein LESS T N
milk break if
you really
t from meat, fish, poultry,
eggs, milk and cheese is needed. score nutrition-wise, and in esiner $ INCNES
good looks! \ '
f,. For Sue at least two daily servings ,
:' of the protein-rich foods Enriched or,whole grain breads 3 fa5inot Depth

r, is a must, Bill may need three and cereals give teen-agers Series TV is se.
r. or more servings. ,' plenty of energy, as well as some oalr =M

-t For skin (often a teen-ager vitamins, minerals and protein. ,Overall Depth

( problem>> ), hair, and eyes, liberal Four servings ,a day of this .- A COMPLETELY,NEWS

; amounts of fruits and vegetables group is minimum. Young men :'t KIND OF TELEVISION .

,. are needed. At least four servings may indulge in. larger amounts, h :' GRACEFUL, FUNCTIONAL
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:' teenagers maintain clear skin, hold it to four if they have '-. T7T/2405
glossy manageable hair and trouble with the waist line! POWERFUL CONSOLE CHASSIS

? healthy eyes. One serving out What do teen-agers do'at your witIa'fiUpnertrusf.nur ''

,' of the four should'be a green house? They hold the key to ', ::'. UP FRONT CONTROLS .....
:' leafy of yellow vegetable such better looks:and health through I \. FRONT SOUND PROJECTION ;
as turnips or other greens, broc- these foods. You can help them
by making these foods availableand ,
serving them to all the

:family for more pep and'sparkle I

"CLASSIFIEDADS ;for alL Very little adjustment' Appliance .,
a 1 is needed. The amounts remain

s .q the same except for,milk, where 1 Phone ID 7-3551 Bunnell, Florida

.u.a. Rai se tU beaus.*. ---
S eeata per w.r4 each Luertlra .
BO qemtm U mtmlmam ekarse 1 .
FOR RENT-4 room' furnished

house by week or:month. Private
fishing' pier on. Intracoastal' Canal -
4 mules south of Marine- ,

;, '. land. Telephone Parrot Village,

:,' HE 92163. 1-15-tfc

-e 'Want' to make $15 ,to $25 in a
, day? We will train and finance

f' dependable man or woman over

; 21, for part or;full time ,llcNessI'
Route Work. Write "McNess Co., p

Box 2766, DeSoto.Sta., Memphis,2 I

Tenn. 1-15-ltp, I
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FOR SALE -1958 Allstate Motor-
I '
,cycle like new., For informationcall .
HE 9.2006 1.8.2tc
: ;p4R. lyir.
r-, -
r-: FOR SALE-3% year old black Series 100 tandem-powered for big loads and steep grades

r. gelding horse, weight 1000 lbs or
r trade for smaller horse. Roy'M.

> Mann, Phone ID 7.3217 No job's too tough for vti+ r d ''y"i;'

. 1.8.3tc
SL Chevrolet truck !
FOR PAUL, REVERE non.cancel-
w lable Sickness and. Accident-

: Life Insurance, Call Ray Colee,

: VA 4.2248, P.O. Box 1206, St.

!,: AugUstine, Fla. 1.8-4tcc" ,


Income Tax Consultant
t' 1 mile west of Bunnell .

Highway 100.

e. Phone m 7-3307 1, -tfc
.. -
it FOR SALE-2 bedroom CBS .. "... ': L_ ,
(, home in Hillcrest, Flagler Beach.
t.--: Large ,lot and large garage, vacant Series 31 Fleetside-round-the-clock; delivers specialistl Series, 60 stake shows its stuff on off-the-road jobs .

r Call H.,P.-Lerch,.HEmlock About everywhere you look .vou'D: You don't have_to haul 30-ton loads time. And now, with big tandems

r'': 92395. 12.4-tf find Cherries like that big tandem' out of a stone quarry before your in the line along with every kind "
.t job's considered tough. The rough of model you can name with
. FOR SALE Oranges' and dump, or that flake and pickup, ,
grape- ',- -
.. ; ones come in every weight_class. the latest 59 ideas built into more : ,;
r fruit. Call ID 73664. down and knocking aU '
knuckling "
.. And right there is where a'whole might.and muscle than ever before ; .
Dec.. 18-tfc' :'n,'. the meanneM out of rough jobs. fleet Task-Force Chevies comesyou can beta Chevy,truck will :' ::%. -, .
?: FOR----RENT- -At Flagler Beach Jfo matter how tough the job,there rolling in.As far back as they go, whistle through any size.job you've ." ..F?
3 bedroom unfurnished house. a Chevy truck cut out to cut it Chevrolet trucks have always been got. Your Chevrolet dealer can zero ':' -,

*' See Harold Massie at Flagler down to nze. long on stamina and shorten downin on the exact ''model you need. +;'t'.,

: Beach. ll-2Y-tf refs Of TH. Chevrolet Task Force 5Q LLLr .
i""L./ : SELLERS ... '.

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f.I" ..',.:.'"..1 '., WATER.ACREAGE FRONT FARMS, ::<.:: : \ :. :, : :

:, See us for your real estate need .

f r r < ,Office Residence Phone Phones HE ID 7-3691 9.2032 ,ii: (, .; HALL-TIMLIN. CHEVROLET COMPANY .. i'i- ,?

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