The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
January 22, 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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St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by:
Palm Coast news
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':. "HEY, YOU SO-CALLEDWEATHERPROPHET- Oviedo Defeats Bunnell, High School StudentsTo

i'! ; --=-- Bunnell High's

See Nuclear Studies Exhibit

,,. Basket
I ML HAVE ToW A SquadsThe Bunnell High School studentsin

> tt Bunnell Varsity and Girls Citizens Council Bunnell will, next Wednes-

basketball teams went to play day, have the opportunity of

: ? Oviedo on January 16. The Boys :Meeting: Set For getting acquainted with the ''It

-i lost' 50.34 and the Girls lost wonders of our, present age at a

& -w i__ 4641. I I Friday Evening special assembly program. Fea

I It I The Boys game was slow I II i" tured on the program will be
II A meeting of the Flagler County
I I throughout. Buddy Taylor was I( This Atomic World" a traveling
Citizens Council has,been call.
high for'Bunnell with atomic-energy exhibit of the
r. I I ed by chairman D. D. Moody for
I[9 points and 'Jim Brookshire of U. S. Atomic Energy Commis-.
t seven thirty P. M. Friday, January -
Oviedo was high point:man with J I I
t ) I I 23, at the Courthouse.
I 119 points for the night. First
The program will Bryon Hinson
include reports physics instructor
score Oviedo 9-6, half !
I on the meetings held recently at Bunnell School, will be
I II' I-l score was 29-17 Oviedo,
I in Orlando, Tallahassee, 'the coorinator for the feature
ime score was Oviedo
and Ocala; legislative report; at the school here. The assemblywill
third score was
quarter proposed local city ordinances; tie at 9:30 and any Inter-
35-22 and the final score was
a tape recording of the speech ested persons are Invited to at-
; in of Oviedo. *
50.34 favor
: delivered by Gov., Orval Faubusat tend, Principal Carl Hornsbysaid. ,
I' Ketterlinus of St; Augustine .
Crestview; and several other
I II" I came down to play the Bull- I committee repo rts and assign

rtI :dogs here on January 20. Ketter- j I ments, Mr. Moody said. The exhibit will be sent to

: -I I linus won 3836. Buddy Taylor j. Mr. Moody is urging a large Bunnell from the Museum Di

was high point man with 14 vision of the Oak Ridge Institute
-. attendance of the Committee
"" 'n.- Robert' Cook was next of Nuclear Studies
points, members at this meeting. which manages
with 8 points. the exhibi, as well as the

,Beach Bunnell: Boat License Donnie Hohne was high point American Museum of Atomic

man for Ketterlinus with 12 Floridians Energy in Oak Ridge, Tennessee,

points. Hohne ,last two pointsof Pay for the Commission.
Elections Drive Is
City '
the game came in the last "This Atomic ,World" is one

*s six seconds of the game and Astounding Tax of several traveling exhibits

March Third The word has gone out to all that was the deciding points of which the Commission has

-. conservation to "crack the made available
agents the game. Ketterlinus at Bill For Year to towns and
Two City ,Commissioners will I down" on operators of unlicensed end of the first period was cities all over the, United States.It .

t be elected in the City of Bun- boats equipped to fish in salt leading 13-11, and at half time is' designed to meet the needsof
nell Election to be held on Tuesday water. H. R. of ,Floridians paid a tax bill of
third principals
McQuillan I 2221. At the end the science .teachers,
t. March 3, according to a legal I ant director and license supervisor period 'Bunnell, led 31-30, but $2,167,889,999 last year to federal and civic leaders .in stimulating .

;#$ canledln.Issue' of The of the Florida State Board Ketterlinus won, out in the,, final ,I state, county and municipal a deeper interest in the peace:

; Tribune.R.,\ 'k. .', of.Conservat1onsaid that he has101dhgifi II I score 3836. governments. time uses of atomic energy.
.. 'Thetwo'2-jieartt fmd:*expiring .. .This,combined bill for the jop- ,
: ,
the law Ketterlinus'madel0 out : In Wednesday's '
;; points ? :program,' a'
,4 held' H.'F.' L L: eration t1 'machinery of gowernment
; are by Wrayand : for of salrwa. staff member of
calling licensing of 16' free shots while Bunnell the Museum
f, Brannam Sr. ter fishing boats.McQuillan made 6 out of 15 free''shots.The within the state averages Division will take the audienceon

At Flagler Beach three Com lll said that about 44- entire team ,played well. out to about $500 per 'person an excursion into the atomic
missioners and a Mayor _w 000 boats had been licensed already ;Henry Wells,played a good floor i age. Utilizing exhibits and dem-
!. be elected on the same day. Registration but this number is less game.St. Compared to 1950, last year's onstration equipment, the dem-

books ,are now open than a third of the ,estimated Joseph's seventh and eighth I tax' take was up 156 per cent onstrator will explain in simplelanguage
and for the while income of Floridians
posts personal
150,000 salt water boats in Fl the
rI grades played the Bullpups Tues- fundamentals of
must register their intention 107 cent and
ida. > grew per pop atomic
day afternoon. Bunnell won both energy and how it com-
with the City Clerk R. D. 'Peter ulation, 566 per cent. In 1950
The licenses are good from games. The seventh grade won : pares with types of energy; how
son by February ;25"I I July 1 to June 30 and those their game 23-9 with Bebe the tax bill made up 25 per cent I atomic energy is released
of income and 1958 it drainedoff
bought now will not be affected Moody and Harry Kuleski high by I through radiation and fisson;

r GoesFisbing' I I by the national boat registration point men with eight points 29 per cent of income, the and how atomic energy is used
I State
Florida Chamber of

I act. The boating safety bill can each. Howard Emery was next in agriculture, medicine, industry -

; not go into effect until some- with four points.On reports. and, other fields.

Catches Thief time next summer, or later, fol. the same afternoon the Items'making up the Floridatax Illustrative charts, panels,

lowing the decisions of the next eighth grade 'team played with bill last year are given in models and equipment will play
A Flagler County Deputy,Sher- a business review of the State
state legislature. the larger ,Pups winning 2113. important roles in the demon-
iff and his wife go fishing on I Chamber's research and industrial .
his, day off duty and catch a (I The fee for boats was given I Quinten Emery was high point division. Federal collections stration. One of the outstanding

thief wanted for breaking, and :I as $LOS tor the first 20 feet of ]J man with eight and Jimmy amounted to $1,094,513,000 plusan attractions of "This Atomic
combined length and width, and World" will be
entering several places in Flag Lopez made four: points. estimated $225 million in a demonstrationmodel
ler Beach. I 20 cents for each additional.foot. On Friday afternoon the seventh of the Van de Graaff
Deputy Walter Eberhardingerand : Every boat over four feet wide, and eighth grade team and taxes, making $1,319- electrostatic generator. This device
T in all
513,000 federal taxes 'paid
Mrs. Eberharidlnger went equipped for salt water fishing the ninth grade 'team of San- Floridians. which generates 250,000

fishing at the "Yarn" lakes north I I must be licensed. Forms are ford came over to play here. by The State collected volts of static electricity, will

-. of Flagler Beach the lakes lying available from the departmentin Bunnell 9th grade won 17.9 and 000; counties took $224,379,000$474,997 be used to explain how large

between Sta t 'Highway AlA and or from. the local the seventh and eighth grades and models are used in physics laboratories .
the ocean. Upon arrival Deputy conservation agent.Cattlemen combined team played. Bunnellwon $149 million: to study atomic structure

159.. The Junior high teamsare .
Eberhardinger 'spotted a car
The proportion of the tax ,total .
parked there rwlth'a man asleep I still undefeated.
paid to the federal
: in the car.' Investigating. Elect I Friday: night Hastings; comes ment has" increased from 33 per

Eberhardinger!' first' questionedand ,over to play here. There is to cent in 1940 to 61 per cent last Funeral Services
then arrested Charles Hen be two games, B team and Varsi- '
New Officers
State taxes made 22
: derson. I ty. Game time is 7:30. Then on Friday AfternoonFor
per cent county and city
He be Saturday night the Girls B team
will arraigned. ;Tuesday make
taxes combined to up 17
when circuit Tuesday NightAlfred and varsity will travel over to
morning court re- per cent 'of*last year's tax bill. Mrs. Card .
: convenes. Crescent City to play there. Game **"
Balanced.against this tax take
:- Tucker was elected I time 6:30. Tuesday, January 27 last Mrs. Eloise F. Card of Flagler
year was $128,294,000
president of the ,Flagler County Florida Military, School plays Beach died Tuesday morning at
Funeral For to Florida in the formof
Cattlemen's ,Association their I here B team and Varsity. Game the local hospital, following a
grants-in-aid, and $1,545,000-
time 6:45.aGRAND. short illness. She had been a
r meeting'Tuesday evening at the
Mrs. Wischow 000 in wages salaries (including
resident of Beach since
Courthouse. Vice president is Flagler
w* --* the military) and benefits paidto
November when she moved there
Robert Allman and
: Held.In Tampa Floridians by governments at
". ., Howard Taylor was'elected JURY all levels. with her husband from Schenectady -
:\ '
: Funeral Services were held on secretary-treasurer.- L. L. Gage INDICTS< MAN N. Y.
Monday tram"'the,Duval Funeral was, also re-elected, as director. She is survived by her husband

for Mrs. Mildred Lewis was pre CITY ASKING Herbert Card, of Flagler
f Home of, Tampa Mrs. Anna -- :FOR MURDERThe

Wischow of Elagler. Beach. 'Mrs.Wischow sented with 'a -pin in 'appreciation -. grand Jury was reconvened BIDS ON AUTOIn Beach.
for 'her service Funeral services will be held
r to the As
:, diedJanuary 15 at a
Monday morning and returned a legal advertisement in
from the of
iHosoital following sOclati n. Mrs. Lewis is secre- : Chapel Craig Funeral
Tampa anillnessofseveral an ,indictment of murderin this issue of The Tribune the
Home, 201 East Moody Blvd.,
for the Agents -Office.
;: months dura tary County -- first degree in the case of City of Bunnell is advertising forbids at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon

f. tion. 'Interment- followed at. the.,.... Beverly'Emery. and II Wj liecharged'Lee Best, negro, who is for a new Police Car.. Bids with Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor
Cemetery: Flora Gage
with shooting to death call for a trade-in and other of the
Community Memorial
t Mrs Wischow+;1 resident g served refreshments at the con. last Saturday_ night anotherI specifications. '
Church' of Beach
Flagler officiat
elusion of the
ler Beach for 15 years several
I negro, Stonewall Elliott, Jr. ing. Interment will follow at
f' weeks ago' visited herson: In.1awf Sheriff Homer Brooks who investigated During World War II, many of Hope Cemetery.

and daughter, Mr..and Mrs.:'Harry Cotton culture is thought, to tile' shooting, saidBest Florida's luxurious resort hotels She will rest at the funeral

Strader of Tampa who are have originated ..lndla'abOut readily admitted the shoot were used by several branchesof home
,from 7 P. M.
Thursday until
among, her, survivors; ; 1500, B. C. "'<,;* ,' x ; big; ; the armed forces
,- ----..-.. -,'. ...- as the funeral hour.
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: I'I Foster Memorial ule of college girls. Most of the scholarships for the purpose of

entries come from colleges or advancing their musical careers.
: : &ach
Jfagle -. "Jeanie" ContestIs high schools.
: More than two dozen young Take time to work-it is lie

On February 14 women entered the 1958 auditions price of success.
,LUNA BABBITT with Margaret Howard i

Telephone HEmlock' 9-2098. I The eighth annual "Jeanie Yeats of Gainesville winning the \ '. ":

With the Light Brown Hair" audition coveted "Jeanie" crown and a O. F.
.. FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB MOTEL CHANGES OWNERSThe to select Florida's out $500 music scholarship. She wasa SeglsleTed

The Flagler Woman's Club Atlantic Beach Court form standing girl vocalist will be senior at Florida State Uni- W"1.-

met last Wednesday at the club erly'owned by"Mrs. Anna Zamba held at the Stephen Foster Me- versity, Tallahassee, at the time. Estate ]

with an attendance of 36 members has. been purchased and- taken morial at White Springs on Feb. "It is required," Miss Boltin ,Bunnell

and one guest, Mrs. V. over by Mr.. and Mrs. Charles ruary 14, Thelma A. Boltin, director said, "that Jeanie be a vocalist ....... ......v..fII..r.........v*'. .;
Parker. Mrs. Helen Sullivan received Sindelar. It adjoining their of special events at the and an advanced musician cap

at the door for the host- own, the Oceana Motel, and they music shrine on the Suwannee able of giving a creditable radio, J

esses, Mrs. Charles Schaeffler, are combining the two into one River, announces. television or concert perform. Seed Potatoes

Mrs. Thelma Crotty and Mrs. which will be,named the Oceana. I Entries for the colorful state- ance. Federated Music Clubs

Mamie Gilmore. wide event must be in the 17.21 throughout Florida are currently CAN. P. E. I.
I Miss Catherine ,Porte has accepted engaged in selecting'.entries for
bracket be
Mrs. Mickey Massie presided. gage I and each must
Reports were given on the recent a secretarial position in : sponsored by a Florida Federation -I I the '''Jeanie event. Clubs may RED'S

safety meeting and also that bi- Jacksonville and she began her I of Music Clubs organization, sponsor as many entries as they &
duties last "
cycles would be taped on Friday, there week.. Miss Boltin said. The St. Valen- desire.
< January 23 by Mrs. Elizabeth tine's Day date was selected for The 1959 auditions, to be held SEBAGOES T

Hogeboom and Mrs. Bessie Thiel. the event this year because the: in the auditorium of the Foster CALL _

The benefit card party was postponed usual January date has conflicted -,: Memorial Carillon. Tower, will HASTINGS'MY 2-4981

e until Friday, January 25, iAsYs with the examination sched- be conducted on the morningand II
BUNNELL ID 7-3443 '
afternoon of 14
the February under -
at 7:30 in the evening .
'" auspices of the Stephen Foster -
Chairman Mrs.
club, according to DOE s-
Grace Clay. Arriving on Saturday from Memorial Commission, a .

l 1} Wisconsin with Mrs. Agnes Lee State of Florida agency. Climaxing -
The club has accepted the I .
-, .. ) IT"BY were her son and daughter in I the St. Valentine's Day TVBobSERVICE
I sponsorship of the ''March of ,..* law Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee and I activities, will be the "Jeanie
Dimes for Flagler Beach. Mrs. fJ ..... MIEN!HAlE
litle daughter and also Mr. and i Ball," an annual event sponsored -
Bessie Thiel was named chair *T*HERE'S an easy horseradishsauce I Mrs. George Mahnsky, parentsof I by the Stephen Foster Me- 'j

man. to serve: % cup whipped Mrs. Robert Lee. morial Corporation of the Florida -
A dinner to be served to the cream combined with 1 tablespoon all makes
Federation of Music Clubs. .
public on Sunday, February 22, horseradish. 2 teaspoons instant
The ball will be held in the
from 12:30, as long as they come, onion and sugar and.salt to taste. Mrs. T. J. Miller and little mu- f' Sales Tubes and
It's wonderful with meats, cold or seum building, Miss Boltin said. ,
was planned and Mrs. Betty I daughter Rose Marie have been
In addition to the $500 scholar- i Antenna Installation
Shultz and Mrs. Marie Brede. hot.Stir spending several days in Lake
.poultry seasoning into melted ship for the "Jeanie" winner, the
;". were put on that committee. butter and pour over cooked I City visiting with relatives. four runners-up, composing her I PHONE HE 9.2204
Mrs. Margie Ross was acceptas !
green beans for a flavor treat. I court, will each receive $200 .
a new member. Mrs. Pauline For a quick dress-up' the appetizer J. W. Green was admitted to

Magee and 'Mrs. Betty Shultz platter, dip black olives In I the Halifax Hospital in Daytona ; .

were put on a committee to get M. Beach Friday and on Wednesday I INSIRE-Stay Insured & Rest Assured
prices on two new stoves for the THIS WEEK'S RECIPE I he underwent surgery. His

club kitchen. Mrs. Maxine Kelly California Hash friends wish a speedy recoveryfor

won the door prize.Refreshments (Serves 6) him. GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM
3 slices finecut bacon
were served by
< I 3 cups diced cold boiled
Mrs. Schaeffler Mrs. Crotty and potatoes Mr.* and Mrs. Harry Kuleski
Mrs. Gilmore and those receiving 1 12-ounce can corned beef and sons spent the weekend in 1

birthday acknowledgementswere 1 tablespoon chopped onion Cassadago with her parents, Mr.
Mrs. Elizabeth Hogeboom, 1 lOtt-ounce can vegetable soup and Mrs. Reid Wiliams. I Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell Florida

:Mrs. Sadie McArn, Mrs. Ethel 1 medium avocado. .
Salt and parsley .
White Mrs. Besie Tnlel, Mrs. -
Fry bacon until crisp; remove -
Betty Shultz, Mrs. Mickey Mas from pan and ,mix with

r, sie. The next meeting is..the potatoes, corned beef, onion I NO OTHER picKUP :
social for the month and the and undiluted soup. Return to .
Ii hostesses will be Mrs. Massie, heavy pan and fry slowly until I
Mrs. Isla Kester, Mrs. Hogebom heavy crust forms on bottom. 000llILIKE[

, and .Mrs. Mildred Read. Peel and cut avocado length- ..:fq.v .. .. 4 Y
wise. Turn out hash on platter f :: :: :x::
and cut gashes at 2-inch nter- A 59 FORD
w,. Mr. and :Mrs. Merwin F. White- vals. Insert avocado In gashes

ley, former residents of Waterbury season with salt and garriish You get the smoothest ride of .".-. .<;hB"
r Conn., are occupying their with parsley for serving.oil any half-ton pickup;thanks to

(,\ newly built ranch type home. Ford's heavy-duty, two-stage 1
I on South Central Avenue., to keep them glossy. If desired, rear springs and long, tapered r.:
use pitted olives stuffed with a
,' leaf front springs. Scientific ,
sliver of onion then wrap
r '
Mrs. Laura
Alligood returned tests
i in a square of dried beef, fastened Impact :Graph prove
; here Sunday after spending six with toothpick. you get the easiest ride! ,
f" weeks in Washington, D. C.'with Cottage cheese Is deJghtful for Z7 ford pkkup fared!!
C her son. Her daughter Mrs. children if you spoon into a dish \ n n Choice of 3 wheetoases 3 body style,
J. Hester Allison motored to 'Jacksonville and mix with.a bit of light cream. o. 0 0 LnJik 11 LIKE, 4 body sues and 5 Short Stroke engines ,.
to meet her. Drizzle a spoonful of maple syrup
( over It and add another. spoonful :
1.: A 59 FORD
1.s 'of fruit cocktail. I .
;; Mr. and Mrs. Elza Burkholder c8R : Y ,;
with :
Mincemeat can be thinned J
I spent the weekend in Jacksonville .
some fruit juice and spooned over ( t
Big Styleside gives r _
you .
r.- houseguests of Mr. ,and
vanilla ice cream for a delicious
56 cubic feet of loadspace on
Mrs. R. Murphy. sundae.
Here's a new breakfast for a a 110-inch. wheelbase or 70
cubic feet with a lI8-inch .
Luther Wickline from Winter change: serve golden French toast .5 ; _
with fried ham and creamy cheese wheelbase. Both bodies offer
Garden visited here
sauce. the structural strength
and Friday with his nephew and you
need for hauls. Andyou've '
I heavy
r niece George Gickline and Mrs. .- 1 got Ford Short Stroke .. s...
; V. W. Haines.
r. REFINANCE YOUR DEBTS t power to haul without huffing ,
" With a Long Term pufl '
r: Cliff M. Wells from Sanford t ngl...

was a business visitor here Tues. FEDERAL LAND BANK .
.89 Fort Stytestde roomy-and rugged!
: day. I ikJ l& LIKE around rear corners box-girder typO
O O (S 15 C J construction strengthen and t Ipt& t

Friends of Mrs. D"'E.. Davis R. W. BRYAN I
x ,
A 59 FORD '
rt are sorry to hear of her illness Production Credit Assn. ;

i during the,weekend. She enter- PALATKA FLORIDA'Wednesdayl0:00 I

tiJJf. ed the Flagler Clinic and Hospital -I I To the only Short Stroke Six ..
in Bunnell for treatment. in pickups today, Ford now ,-
I adds carbu- .
\ I a new economy ._
retor. Result: the greatest {!
p.., OCEAN VIEW RESTAURANTs gas-saving combination on the .w_ .,. .

( road-and it's yours' at no ....:,
t>: < The OCEAN'. FLAGLER BEACHBill extra cost!And a full range of ',

>,. .n transmissions permits you to -w V"
., and C,1IUIIa ScAeut 'choose the one for your job.Art s Ferd bus M aavha!Maintenance: b low.tradela --.t-
value b traditionally high.And. Insurance ,
r: : < Our,Sunday Special stedies""'lIIdf"IaI"'I. fA W! ;.: .

Go ORD WARD.forsavingsp '
f:i' ;. : L.1 iOl' LIMb $151 r.DAr. F .
Iresslig., FORD>> TRUCKS COST LESS. tree ro ow ...ut TO. nun.?_::;: ;

}.f" ; Choice of Two Vegetable cad Salad: "-." -.:. .
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( Tea 'or Coffee. Dessert Roll*. cad BatterBe ,-"',

., Sure' To Try Our Delicious Home ,Made. Pies .' Bunnell Motor Company Details'"t; ;{: '

( .WNNERS. ABE SERVED U1RXL BM,:P.K : Zjf' "* : .* < t

... .' .' ,'t' ,', Enter,Sylvanla Photoflash_ Contest.. See Your Ford Dealer For Full .
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:. ",. Thursday, January; 22, 1959 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE,. BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE.
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'S... as it did nothing but open the I I'I closed it would be like; a fire I i!to Congress. They learned bet. get the committee assignmenthe

fft : door to further abuses by labor. man, having heard the fire alarm I ter quickly, though, that all new asked for. Apparently he

t ., : To have passed this bill would ,refusing to even attempt: members have to start at the doesn't plan to stay here but

have killed off chances of a to answer, it. bottom. It is reported that one one term. If he does carry out

more effective measure this year.; I I new member said that he was his threat:, he will not only lose,
[ President.I
In his the
message going to take it up on theFloor: but it will destroy any effectiveness
I have not introduced* any I also stated tnat there was real:, of the House because he didn't he might have.I .
!fr legislation ,in the labor field. In' hope that we could look forward 'J

my judgment it is :much better' to a time in the foreeeable future -:I..n..........m.......... ... ....".......... ... .. .... .

;t<:. to leave such.legislation up to when needed tax reforms' .

" those members of the Committee could be brought- 'about. This is I 4.AEA I BUSINESS DIRECTORY I

who heard the testimony and right down my alley for, as you .

.- S the disclosures'and are, therefore know, I have been working 'ona --------- --- -- -- -- -- ------ -- --- --- _.
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i.L i. in a much better position tax reform bill for nearly two :
to determine just what legislation years. It takes a long time to I

; .A. S. (Syd) Herlong is needed. All the rest of work out anything as-far-reach McDANIEL'S I! ORMOND MARINA

.: Congressman fifth District I us only know what we, read In ing as a tax reform program : NEW COVERED STORAGE
.;;. the paper or what we hear over would be, but it is encouragingto Service Station for boats on trailers

;.'. radio and television.. I am extremely hear the.,President say, in the Concrete Ramp
first recommendation of his
,": President Eisenhower in his anxious to see the corruption Tires-Batteries-Minor Boats rebuilt & refinished
; State of the Union message racketeering, and abuseof message that we could look for- I Repairs I II Gulf white gas & marine products
emphasized the need for legis. trust and power stopped.It ward to this accomplishment. The Bunnell ID 7-7119 1618 John Anderson Dr. OK 7-2631
_., I
President also asked for legisla-
latlon in the
labormanagementfield. is my understanding that BOATS AND MOTORS
tion which would authorize him
_ He called attention to the is to I Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION
S Senator McClellan planning
to veto parts of appropriationand
disclosures; of the McClellan Johnson's Boat Basin
bill in this direction.The
introduce a authorization bills. If this
,; Committee and urged White House will also send is granted and I BOATS & MOTORS
- thing be done to correct, the permission GULF TIRES & .BATTERIESOpen
' down its recommendations for hope it is, he will be able to Rented 7 days a week
abuses of the past and present. 7 .A.M.. -10 P.M.-7 Days
:: legislation in this field.' I am pick out "bad apples" that have I Live Bait-Launching Ramp
It was significant, I think, that State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190
; certainly hopeful that effective Fishing Tackle
gotten an appropriationsbill II
he .stated that half..hearted I I'labor reform legislation will be without having to throw a- I 10 mi. N. Flagler Beach on AlA

'measures would not do. This is introduced and passed at a very way the whole bill. I think this I I Colonial. Service Station.
:. the big reason why the Congressdid early date. If the McClellan is a fine, constructive suggestion. EARL E. RICE. ProprietorGA80ILLUBRICATION BOAT

S last not session.pass, the The"KennedyIvesbill legislation Committee and Senator McClel- I The President also pointed out MOTOR TUNE-UP Largest and Most Complete ,

.5 .lan don't propose legislative the fact that the agricultural Stock of Boats, Motors
had been sold to'the public as I GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIESU. .
a labor reform measure, where- remedies after all they have dis- program costing the taxpayersof I I .S. 'HIWAY 1 -.BUNNELL Marine Supplies in the Area
'our country about $5 billiona .
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year, and the assistance is
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crops. -He pointed out that we Hall, Proprietor
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have $9 billion worth of surplus GASOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccesorles BUNNELL CLEANERS .

commodities today, EVERY CLEANING >

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b't : -I about $2,500,000 a day. If BUNNELL Tel. ID 7-3652 Saturday 8-6:30 ,

this were a temporar thing it 115 N. Bay St -'- Bunnell.

I woul'd: be different, but the present -I JOE MORRIS DRUG STORES .
farm program of high price .
, : IF I supports seems to be leading us Anderson Drug Store

I away from a sound farm pro- GASOILLUBRICATIONTIRES '
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I The President said he would rec- Open 7:30 A.M. to 9 P.M. Sick Room Supplies 4 .

commend new legislation in this FLAGLER BEACH Sundries

I field. We certainly- need it. BUNNELL. .. '

A lot of new. members were J. L. Presswood Garage Thompson PharmacyYour

probably disappointed when we
announced the new committee '
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assignments this week. Most.; of
W I. S Visit Our Grocery DepartmentFor
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: I the first week they came
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orders Delivery
\ The' Heart of Flagler Beach accept
day Boston boasts the world's I
greatest concentration of colleges and !
universities.In Anywhere' in the U.:S.A.

Greater Boston it is possibleto Boston University. Boston College WILSON. SERVICE FLOOR COVERING

re-live exciting history at the Northeastern Simmons and STATION
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nearby Plymouth Lexington. proper as well as dozens. of RICHFIELD PRODUCTS .
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make the capital of Massachusetts King's Chapel 'where, Revolutionary 'COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS
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world: Harvard. University with architecture this side of the Atlantic FLAGLER BEACH .
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St. Paul's Memorial- a beautiful ironwork screen the Great Fire: of l'666, Sir Chris the American artist who lived t :NOTICE

v. .' made two and a half .centuries topher undertook the rebuildingof most of his life in London. I municipal Notice is election hereby will given be held that in a

i ago by the famous French St. Paul's, 50 other churches, the City of Bunneli Florida, on
': Chapel HonorsU. Tuesday the 3rd day of March
cratsman, Tijou. 36 halls of city companies, and IX THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVEV-! A. D. 1959. for the purpose of elect-
TII JIUIIIAL CIRCUIT IN AND ting two City Commissioners and
The American Memorial Chapel other structures St.
, ..S. War Dead numerous FOR'LA<.LKR .CO I'M'V. FLORID all persons desiring_ to have their
c occupies an honored place in Paul's first stone was laid in *. IN CHANCER CASE AO. names printed upon the official
U54J"RANGES ballots as candidates are requiredto
"'rJtere is a special shrine for the aspe just beyond the cathedral's 1675, the last in 1710. D. LEGGETT., file written notice of their Intention -
Plaintiff; to be candidates in the office
Americans, .in the gray.golden new High Altar, Britain'smemorial As the church neared comple. -%8- of the City Clerk on or before-

vastness of St. .Paul's Cathedralthe to the war dead of the tion, the 78-year-old architecthad THOMAS LEGGETT Defendant.. the 1959.20th day of February, A. D.

.largest' and most beloved Commonwealth. himself pulled in a basketto im"OUCH I Notice is hereby further given<<
JkOTHK TO A-1'l'EAIl that the registration books of the
church in London. Though St: Paul's is the seat the dome whose apex is 365 THE .STATE: OF FLORIDA" TO.: I City of Bunnell. Florida are now
A symbol l of British fortitude feet high. He would dangle for THOMAS B. LEGGETT open for the registration of voters
Lon Address Unknown to and
of the Anglican bishopric ,including the 20th day till
St. Paul's weathered the rain .of hours, supervising the work. You are hereby notified that a 12 Noon. of February A.. D, 1959.
don, it has long been known as suit for divorce has' been tiled I L. H. Brady
firebombs on London in World the parish church of the Com Curiously Sir Christophersclassic against you in the above entitled City Clerk'
War II., The east .end suffered design was much criticized i cause and you are hereby required Jan. %%-9 & Feb. 5-12--I tc
monwealth. The singularly I to serve upon Plantiffs Attorney. -- -
severe damage, however, and '.' And though he charged I whose name and address appear I FOR SALE
British, solid and somber, hereon. your' written defense if any I The East Flagler Mosquito Con-
the new American Memorial stained with London soot. The only 300 pounds a year for his to the Bill of Complaint in said trol' District has for sale buildingof :
.Chapelis an integral part of the services his often suit on or before the 14th day of I corrugated Iron 14 feet by 20
were I
v city presses upon it.. The great wages February, A. D. 1959; else a DecreePro j feet complete with doors; also two
restoration. Thanksgiving Eve, withheld with the object of Confesso will be entered lean-to sheds attached thereon-
dome, :surmounted by a gold against you.WITNESS. One 20 feet by 15 feet and the
1958, marked'its dedication. cross, lifts above, the rooftops making his finish the buildingmore my hand and seal this I. other 20 feet by 8 feet.
Inlaid on the chapel floor is rapidly. But the epitaphon 13th day of January, A. D. 1959. Building may be inspected at the
like a stern guardian. RALPH E.. HARBERT : premises of the Secretary Mr. L. L.
aj simple inscription, "To the his tomb in St. Paul's is unstinting As Clerk of said Court Gage 7 miles north of Flagler
(Court Seal Beach.
American Dead of the. Second Nathaniel Hawthorne, who : Si monumentum re W. L. WADSWORTH) Purchaser to remover from pres-

World War ,from the People o{ served as American consul in quirts drcumspice meaning, If P. O. Box 396 ent location within 30 days after
Bunnell. Florida being notified of successful bid. Bids
Britain." A roll of honor bears Liverpool, once wrote, "There you seek his monument, look Solicitor for Plaintiff.Jan. accepted up to 6:00 P. M. January
15-22-29 & Feb. 5 4tc :30. 1959. The District
reserves' the
the names of 28,000 Britain.: cannot be anything else in its around you." I right to reject any and all bids and

based Americans who were killedin way so good in the world as Washington Bust in Crpt IN T1IK CIRCUIT COURT OF waive any informalities in bid-
action. Heraldic emblems of just this effect of St. Paul's in CHANCERY NO. 3817 I EAST FLAGLER

the United States, the territories, the very heart and denest tumult I Americans have many ties LUIGI SA TELLA. MOSQUITO By: Lyman CONTROL L. Gage Secretary DISTRICT
St. Paul's. At the onset of Plaintiff.
I January 8-15-22-3tc
and services embellish the windows of London. V8.I .
I World War I, an American flag CICERA MARIA ANNUZIATA -- --
the National Geographic The 'cathedral is the master- I SANTELLA, I I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK

Society notes; piece of Sir Christopher Wren was taken v there to be blessed Defendant. 1 I I FLAGLER CHANCERY COUNTY.NO. 3615 Jo'LUIUD.IX
Screen by Tijou and one of the finest church designs deposited STATE OF FLORIDA TO: I WILLIAM MAGNER
said for the President I Plaintiff .
Prayers were Cicera Maria Annuziata
The sanctuary is: enclosed by of th.e' Renaissance. After tella I vs.
and :American people.In Carpenone j SHIRLEY MAGNER.

Compobassl (Prov.) Italy I Defendant.
the crpt, where many of You are hereby notified that a''. STATE TO OF D.NUTHE FLORIDA. TO:
suit has been filed against you In.
FOR Britain's immortals are buried, the above entitled cause; and you Address Shirley Magner Unknown

is a bust of George Washington.{ are swer hereby with the required Clerk to of file this your Court an- You are hereby notified that a
Prompt Dependable Courteous suit has been filed
It was a 1921 gift to Britons from and to serve a copy thereof upon the above entitled cause against: and you you in
plaintiff plaintiff's
Americans as a "reminder of the whose name and address attorney is: are hereby required to file your answer -
with the Clerk of this Court
.. HI-THERM GAS SERVICESEE sacrifices that in recent times Selden Ray Selden Building and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff
have drawn these two peoples Daytona Beach, Floridanot whose name or and plaintiff's address attorney is:
: later than February 20th. A. D. Ray Selden '
so close together.tIA 1959. .
I If fail to do decree Building
you so. pro Daytona Beach Floridanot
HARRIS APPLIANCESPhone tablet in the crpt honors an confesso for the will relief be demanded entered againstyou in the 1959.later than February 13th A. D.

American who died in the bill of
pilot complaint. If you fail to do so, decree
7-3551 Bunnell service of' the Royal Air Forcein Divorce.The nature of said suit being for confesso will be entered againstyou pro
for the relief demanded in the
Countywide Delivery Service 1940. A bronze crucifix Com WITNESS my hand and seal of bill of complaint. The nature of
said Court this 15th day of Janu-
GAS CYLINDERS GAS APPLIANCES memorates John Singer ary, A. D. 1959. custody said suit of being minor for child.divorce and
(Official Seal) WITNESS hand
my and seal of
Ralph .E. Harbert I said Court this 12th day of January -
Clerk of said Circuit Court. A. D. 1959.
.. e-. Jan 22-29 & Feb. 5-12--4tc (Official Seal

REQUEST FOR BIDS Clerk of said
Circuit Court
:,... Sealed bids will be received in Jan. 15-22-29 & Feb. 5-4tc
:: the office of the City Clerk of the
'. F' City of Bunnell. Florida in the NOTICE' OF APPLICATION
t Y .i Civic Center Building on or before FOR TAX DEED
12.00: o'clock noon, on the 9th day Notice is hereby given that Geo.E. .
of February A. D. 1959, for one Wickline. the holder 'ot the fol-
new 8 cylinder dr Sedan. lowing certificates has filed said
The Sedan is to be equipped with certificates for a tax deed to be
V-8 Engine conventional transmission issued thereon. The Certificate
/s. directional lights spot number and year of Issuancethe
light and heater. description of the property and
A trade in allowance and trans-
the names in which it was assessed -
ferring of equipment from old car are as follows: '
to new is to be considered in bid- Certificate No. 97 year 1952 Lot
.. ding. 2. Block D, Ocean City Sub. Namein
Ea h bid shall be addressed to which assessed: Geo. B. & Olive
the City Commissioners Bunnell. Roy.Certificate.
Florida, marked "Bid for 1959 4 No. 77. year 1953. Lot
Dr ,Sedan". The City Commissioners 2. Block B, Ocean City Sub. Namein
reserves the right to reject which assessed: Eva Kressly.All .
.! I any and all bids and to waive said property being In the
any informalities in bidding and County of Flagler.. State of Florida.
also to accept the bid that in its Unless such certificates shall be
judgment will be for the best Interest redeemed according to law. the
.. of the City of Bunnell Flori- property described in such certifi-
da.WITNESS cates will be sold to the highest
1 my hand and official bidder at the Court House door on
seal this 20th day of January A. D. the first Monday in the month of
1959. February. 1959. which Is the 2nd
Levi L. Brannam. MayorATTESTClty day of February. A. D. 1959
of Bunnell. Florida DATED this 6th day of January,
A. D. 1959.
L. H. Drady (Court Seal)
Enter the first ALY : City Clerk RALPH E. HARBERT

JSn. 22-29-2tc Clerk of the Circuit Courtof

f, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND January 8-15-22-29-Flagler County. Florida

f'_::* ,.. ... -. Sponsored by the Florida Citrv mmiuio CITIZENS- BANK OF BUNNELL.Plaintiff. Board Notice of is Public hereby given Instruction that the.of

r -vs- Flagler County Florida will receive
1 '. GERALD BENNETT and wife. sealed bids at the office of the Superintendent -
<. I .. JOANNE BENNETT and RALPH.D. of Public Instructionat
.' GOLL and wife ELLEN E.
-, the Court House In Bunnell.
: FIRST PRIZE EASY FUN EXCITING GOLL. Florida, up until 2:30 P.' M. on
Defendants.NOTICE .
Monday. February 16th. 1959 for the

i 44- I Hi'a'a brand new contest-the biggest of MORTGAGE BY :PUBLICATION FORECLOSURESUIT IN terial furnishing and performing of all labor the work and ma-for

,.. i J its with almost $6,000 in Cor' TO FORECLOSE: the construction of Locker Rooms
:: .. -: t :; type- prizes .- MORTGAGE and Covered Walk Addition to the
Florida and 17 and who STATE OF FLORIDATO Bunnell School and all necessary
; men women over,
: RALPH D. GOLL and wife. attendant facilities as called for In
1 ; % I, demonstrae excellence in preparing desserts ELLEN E. GOLL. 12970 the drawings and specifications In
Pleasant Valley Road.
connection with the erection and
; using orange products! To enter,just pick up Cleveland 30. Ohio. completion of the above named .
You RALPH D. GOLL and wife. '
an entry blank from any FPL Co. office, electric ELLEN E. GOLL. are hereby notified project.Plans and specifications are on
that a Bill of Complaint and file at the office of the County Superintendent .
0: appliance dealer, or any other participating Amendment to Bill of Complaint to and at the office of

:. ::'- merchant; fill it in, and mail to the foreclose following a described certain mortgage property on, the to- the Architect Alfred G. Kemmerer.
"" 925 North, Atlantic Avenue, Day-

; V MAJOR ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Florida Citrus''Commission along with your wit:Lot 10 in Block 6 of the Fu- tona these Beach.plans obtained Copies by of

for a delicious dessert made with quay Subdivision of the Town prospective General may Contract Bid-
.. of Flagler Beach. Flagler County. -
ders from the architect by depositIng -
: f Florida But must !Contest I of said
-. / oranges you hurry Florida as per plat Ten ($10.00) Dollars per set;
Subdivision file and of
on record -
'* closes midnight January 31! In of the Clerk same to be fully refundable If bid
the office
Prizes include a deluxe electric range for Is submitted and documents returned -
the Circuit Court for Flag-
':. 11 semi-finalists with the balance of electric ler or County Florida in Plat date.within five (5) days after bid

>/, appliances, up' an all-electric kitchenCONTEST OPEN TO ALL # has Book been 1_filed at Page against 26. you and you A certified check or a satisfactory -
bid bond in the amount equalto
; 'A1' laundry going to the grand prize winner. In FLORIDA RESIDENTS! : are your required Answer .to or serve Pleading.a copy,to the of bid five shall per be cent submitted(5%) of with the gross each

all, the overall winner will receive refrigerator RULES WILL BE FOUND ON THE ', Bill Bill of of Complaint Complaint and on Amendmentto the plaintiffs bid. Bonds or checks of unsuccessful -

t.. .!; table. top water heater dbposall, dish. .. REVERSE SIDE OF CONTEST'BLANK .. Bank attorney BuildingBunnell.H. T. Cook.. Citizens Florida. !'that bidders of successful will be bidders returned retained and

washer,automatic washer and automatic dryer, and file the original Answer or I of and.the to Board become of the Public sole Instructionuntil property
Pleading the office of the Clerkof I
: :, in addition to the range. / the Circuit Court on or before such time the bidder shall
the list day of January. 1959. If fully comply with the bond and
contract requirements as set forthIn
fall to do Judgment by default -
f' '*.OMM,MlAUTouncmmICUIIGES1fI.1It( -r_i IS,.... "'" s you will be taken so. against you for these specifications.the
the relief demanded in the Bill of The Board reserves right to
'. with/today's newest miracle features' for the .... .J &.__Jbk'" Complaint and Amendment to Bill take reject any and/or all bids and to
sufficient time to examine the
..iastedL cleanest,safest, most modem cooking N.... .atw N d.uwf .of This Complaint.notice shall be publishedonce qualifications of the bidders and
waive Informalities the bids has ever known! -...U.w. lLINT weeks each week in The for Flagler four 'consecutive Tribune.- submitted.

.. :".' nell. Florida this 29th day of December INSTRUCTION FLORIDABy OF FLAGLER

'\ ... A. D. 195S. COUNTY
.,>< .. ; ,- Clerk of the. Circuit Court Chairman.
FLORI1A POWER ft COMPANY : :; Flagler County. Florida. ATTEST:
;, t; ... c Z. D., HOLLAND '
n i k; A -- (Circuit Court Seal) : .-
J ..i 'Jfofpfef .*/,-' F/or/rfa' : By.AUDREY B. MCKNIGHTDeputy Superintendent and Ex-Offlcfo
: ; ..; ), 't. Clerk. Secretary to the Board of Pub- .
i -, .- ', /t H.", '1'. Cook. Attorney for, Plaintiff lie Instruction. Flagler. County .7
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l, Thursday, January 22, 1959 ''' THE FLAGLER .TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLORIDA: PAGE FIVE

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Mr. and Mrs..C. H. Gordon hadas I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tallahassee was. chosep for

visitors Sunday afternoon Dr.I McKenney' two days this week the site of Florida capital in 1823
t !and Mrs. P. M. Petros of Cheraw,
were her brpther and sister in
;S. C. They were enroute to Orlando I
1 I where they will vacation law, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Newsom Nothing is so empty as a day

for "a week. I iof Dallas, Texas. without a plan.

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Elise Atkinson and I """ ,"""',"''- :',:,',:",www'-':'''.5 : :_'_ u ,_ U"d' "

, ROBINSON FRIER I I Neil Mrs., have gone to Richmond son,, j t 1r tE: !irE rR5 i if1fi :'E.5>:;;t':'7 tRt :Y:Yc 11

WATSONBELL I Va., where they will reside. ..:;.>:. : ."....:. :'" r WEDDING PLANS, MARRIAGE IS

Miss Claudia Watson of Flag- SOLEMNIZEDMr.

'F ler Beach will become the bride and' Mrs. W. Edward Robins a Oeftixa OifAio \ S

of Mr. Fred Bell of Jacksonville of Redwood, Calif., announce R E FRIGERATOV

. in a candlelight ceremony at the marriage of their daughter, ,

"'. the First Methodist Church. at Judy, to R M. Frier, Jr., 'son of
p four o'clock on Saturday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Frier of Al-
31 1959. The
January lendale, S. C. The wedding took
; pastor Rev. Wesley. Wilder, will i
place on November 15, in the
,I, '. officiate. I First Congregational Church in hI
Morris will I I .........
Miss JoAnn serve Redwood.. The couple is now

, as maid of honor and brides- living in Palo Alto, California. ..
; maids will be Miss Barbara Babbitt The bridegroom is the grandson J
.1 ............. MAINETIC
t S and Marsha McNab of Flag- of Mrs. I. H. Frier of Bun '' 1 1 _

ler Beach, Miss Betty Jo Revels nell. I ,J Safety

of Bunnell, and Miss Marilyn ___
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Bishop of Jacksonvile. :;;;;:::
Flower Girl is Eula .Lee Mody Mrs. Anna Jarosz of Bunnellis :::':':':':':.' __ ftOOROr .

and ring bearer will be the a patient in St. Vincent's hospital 5'S's .::.::.::.::.;:.;;.;;.;: I-
bride-elects brother, Gary Wat- in Jacksonville where she 5, ;;;:;;:'
will receive medical .
treatmentfor ':':':':':';':' *
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about weeks.
as best man will be .:;:;:::;:::;: !
. Frank Forgarty of Jacksonvile. :;;;:;:::::::::
John Deen of Winter /
S Ushers will be Allen Dill andS ,
I and Dick Ward of Lake Butler ,
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Johnny Ahrens of Jacksonville I .
and Jackie Botterbusch and Lew were business visitors Iere recently / / S
and also visited with Mr. .5 S MODELLBIO I
Wadsworth of Bunnell.
and Mrs. D. D.
i All friends of the couple are Moody. Three Full Width Shelves

invited. Mrs. Mona Hall spent the past I 44 7 I Simplified Single Dial 1I

two weeks in Miami visiting I Temperature Control iMJt:=.

t 'SJOHNSTONS OBSERVING with her mother and stepfather, ii : Full;: Width Freezer $
ANNIVERSARY TODAYMr. Mr. and Mrs. J. Steiner. Mr. '4 Full Width Chiller Tray i1:1: 1r".1 9 995

and Mrs E. W. Johnston Steiner has been a patient ina I Butter Keeper Keeps Butter*

I are observing their forty-eighth hospital there recovering froma 462 Just Right for SpreadingRemovable
t S wedding anniversary today. Mrs. stroke. I2Ya.ZW and Adjustable 1oMTfj O

;. Johnston is recuperating from Door Shelves :
her recent illness and no celebration ? _
: has been planned for .
, the day.LINDA .
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entertained with a birthday party
r Mr. and Mrs: Cliff Sheffield 4'tcriIIcpS '-\;
Saturday afternoon, at their
" announce the arrivaLot' a daughter home, 107 N. Orange St.; honor- :'
born January 13 at'tl e Halifax 'HARRIS' APPLIANCE
S ing their daughters, Amy and .
.5 Hospital in Daytona Beach. 0,... Pattern No. 1462-At near and
Jane .
Phone ID 7-3551 Bunnell, Florida
l S She weighed seven pounds and cusp a* you could with. Easy to wear
color scheme of -
13 ounces and has been named was classic that button down th. front with
t Linda Diane.DAUGHTER carried out. in the. party decorations short or thr. quarter',..".,.
and favors. Pink birthday : No. 1462 with FHOTO.GU/DE it In tizet S

cakes with candles were featured -I 12%, M'/j. 16'h, 18'/"20'/", 22!, 24'!,. BRANNAM'SFood
t t FOR THE on the refreshment table. i 26!,. Size 14'/,; 35 bust, short tleevo.
yards of 35-i'ncn, 3yard contract.
Group games was a of
Mr.and Mrs. Brady Wadsworth Needlework Pattern No. 112-Easy-to-
, of Jesup, Georgia, are the parents entertainment during the after. knit, this ttar-studded helmet' and mitten Market
I of a daughter born!Sunday, noon and was directed by Mr. let will charm and please the young lady.
Jones. Ice cream and cake was Th. mittens are worked on two-needles.
. January 18. served to 20 of,their young play. I No.I 12 has knit directions for helmet,and .

mates. mittens in sizes small, medium and largo Your Red & White Store
.' D. D. Moody was in Ocala Sunday Inclusive.

f S attending a meeting of the CARD OF THANKS II Send 35c for each Dress Pattern/ 25c 119 N. BAY St. Phone ID 7-3496
Federation for Constitutional for each needlework pattern add lOc for
We desire' to to
express our
Government.Mrs. each pattern for first-clots, mailing) to
kind neighbors and thoughtful I AUDREY LANE BUREAU. .Dept. "NWNS," Red & White 46 oz. :
S friends our heartfelt thanks for 367 West Adams Street.Chicago 6,ilL
Daisy Buckles is spending TOMATO' JUICE 29CRed
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Mr. and 'Mrs. Brady Wadsworth. FOR & White 18 oz.STRAWBERRY
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t_: lose; : Weight :Gained I Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune, $2.50 Yearly in Advance

Over ',The Holidays, STATE DANK NO. 407
Have holiday sweets gone to -1U5t BUSINESS DECEMBER 31, 1858
yotir waistline? If you'vegaln- ASSETS -
Cash balances with other
banks.* Including reserve Dalances-.
ed unwanted weight now is'the j and cash items, In process of collection $ 338646.80
about It. States Government obligations direct and guaranteed 540,350.00
do something'
time to Obligations
of States and political subdivisions ,
It's easier to lose two Poundsnow Loans' and discounts .---._ \ r 1,61.570.40 498068.00
Bank premises owned $13.459.37. furniture &
$2.816.97 36,276.34
than 20 pounds later. J. ,.'. Real estate owned other than bank premises 17.381.75

To lose the extra pounds, stop .. TOTAL ASSETS $3,052,29329
eating the candy, nuts, ptes, Yj LIABILITIES-
Demand deposits of Individuals partnerships, and corporations -
and cookies which were
cakes, .. .
abundant during the holiday : nu Time deposits 'f individuals partnerships and corporations 1.67.816.76; :
Deposits of United States Government (including
postal savings -
, season. These rich foods, eatenat 11.356.5
I Deposits of states and political subd't'viaiona __
474 669.16
.. meals or between meals, add Other deposits (certified and officers' chcka etc.) ._._...,, 5.3i5.35,
calories to your diet and poundsto TOTAL DEPOSITS $.668,898.54
> F Bills payable rediscounts and other liabilities for borrowed .
your figure. money '
-- ---:-- 75000.00 I
: The next step in losing weight .TOTAL LIABILITIES
jo.?i .oqo.RI
is to eat a minimum of high CAPITA ACCOl/S
calorie foods. Cut down'.on rich : AT PROFILES: Comparing her own profile with 1 Capital-Surplus_-_ -=--.-$ 100000.00 .
those of beauties 800 visitor examines two ._ 100,000.00
r and salad dressings years ago a examples Undivided profits :
gravies sauces 108394.75
-- of African Yoruba, art in Paris. 'I TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ZIZZIZIIIIIZZIIZZIZZZ 308,394.75TOTAL | !
butter and
of all kinds,

other fats, olives; potato chips, I real with milk or an egg you have these foods in your I' -This bank.s L LIABILITIES capital consists AND CAPITAL of: Common ACCOUNTS Stock with_. total par.$305229329 value of

and pretzels. These are foods (poached, scrambled or cooked meals every day, you are help- $100.o00.00.
that sneak extra calories into in the shell) one slice of toast ing yourself to more aboundant Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other '
....... ,_,,, _
health purposes ....--.I 663,000.00swear
your diet and add pounds on lightly buttered, a glass of milk and losing those extra Howell
of the above-named
your figure. and coffee if you like. You will pounds., that the above statement is true and that It fully and correctly solemnly
represents the true state of.,the several matters herein contatlned .
Be' particularly careful to eat find a good breakfast will keep set forth to the best of my knowledge and belief and

' well-balanced meals while you're your, pep and energy up duringthe YEARS TO MAKE A RUG Corrct-Attest CHARLES: Howell V. Peavy
dieting. Start every day with a morning'and you'll be much Many beautiful rugs of the LILY J. CREAL

good breakfast This includes less likely to "nibble" your way Near East are woven by girls O. ,F. ALFORD Directors
citrus fruit or tomato juice, ce I to lunch! It's the nibbler who from 5 tp 16 years old. 'Labor State of Florida. County of Flakier, ss:
and subscribed before me this 10th day of
rWKrn January,
really has a problem. So many ing from dawn to dusk, they tie and certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank.1959.
I calories go down the hatch without the tiny knots in their threads My commission expires June 29. 1960. CAMIE C. LYNN. Notary Public

i the satisfaction of a nourish with incredible speed. The larg

CLASSIFIEDADS'! ing meal! Make sure that each est may take nine children yearsto

day you get two servings' of finish., CRAIG FUNERAL HOME

meat, poultry, fish, or eggs, and

: two glasses milk. Drink skim He alan't know it could be'I A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director
Umtlmgrn wider ala ......* ... milk; while you're dieting. done-so. he did .it. JOHN ,H RDIN. Associate
S eeata per w.rd each Iarerd.a. Include one serving of citrus .-- -
so eeata Ia rlala.w was.FOR fruit rich In vitamin C AIR OXYGEN
one A
SALE General Electric serving,of a dark green or deep CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED

Range in excellent condition.Call yellow vegetable, and two serv- G No. 200 ATTENDANT AMBULANCES

HE 9.9224 or HE 92238. ings of other vegetables In each F. & A. M. I

1-22-t day's diet. One to three servingsof Meets First and Third Tuesday : Phone ID 7-3532

bread or cereals are also Dean M. Peterson W. M.]
LOST-Pair of boys glasses in needed daily. Remember when JOHN, A. CLEGG. Secy. 201 E. MOODY BLVD., BUNNELL. FLORIDA .
in''brown' case., If found, call
ID 73660. Reward. 1-22-ltc

Need extra ,$25 to $50 weekly?

Route work on your day off and

evenings brings extra cash. Wife Visit Chevrolet, dealer's OPEN HOUSE
',' may help too:'Write McNess Co., : _;. ,

I" Dept. 2, Box" [2J66r:,:: DeSoto"Ssta, { .
,t' Memphis- 2, Tenn.-'1-22-itp ;. ;i'= / (January 22 through 24)) ." tI


;:,- valescent Homer 134 Qveida St, .
: 'St. Augustine. Can take elderly, :;.' -

F ambulatory, 1 or 2 bed patients.

,Phone VAlley 4.2905 122.3tc .
:.' TOR RENT-4 room furnished '

,house by week or month. Private I I I .................. S Y S'Q .
: fishing pier on' Intracoastal Canal -, :: :.;...

t -. 4 mUles south of Marine- .
'lahd. Telephone Parrot Village,

: HE 92163. 1-15-tfc

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'I FOR SALE-1958 Allstate Motorcycle k

F like new.' For information -'

.-': call HE 9.2006 1.8.2tc'
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B. FOB SALE-3 year old black :.''
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t; :gelding horse, weight 1000 lbs or -, '
f. trade for smaller horse. Roy M. \ :::. )

::" Mann,, Phone ID 7.3217 The bright new Bel Air-t-Door Sport Sedan with the laml'I
e t l-8-3tc fine,fresh body styling as the most luxurious Chevrolets.CHEVY'S I
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,;, FOR PAUL REVERE non-cancel

;. lable life" Insurance Sickness, Call and Ray Accident.Colee; : .

; 'VA 4-2248. P.O. Box '1206, St :. OUT WITH A NEW HARDTOP : ,1 ,

;Augustine, Fla.' l-8-4tc u_ _. .


1 mile west of Bunhell .. ,. .

Highway. 100. ... /
Phone ,ID 7-3307 1.1-ie Here'the latest,addition You'll fund. Just wait till you see what's waiting the super-softness of Full Coil I:

FOR at'your' Chevrolet dealer's Open for you-a glittering constellation of springing, in Easy-Ratio steering \
SALE-2 bedroom CBS
House January 22 through 24. It's sleek-lined exciting new Chevrolets then you'll know that this ,is the .
home In Hillcrest Flagler Beach.
I I a new 4-cZoor sport sedan in the Bel in a wide choice of, colors, models, happiest surprise of the year. Come -:
Large lot and large'garage, vacant -
Call,H. F. Lerch, HEmlock Air aen.-and it sports a lower$ engines and drives. The spotlight on in; don't miss this Open House! ,-

92395. 12-4-tf price tag than any other Chevy y will be on the new Bel Air 4-door

---:..:....- hardtop.Bring the family and look hardtop-and you'll,,want to check : ','
FOR RENT-At Flagler Beach ii over. And'get the]full story-on its ultra-reasonable price against ': .;

Re 3 bedroom unfurnished house. 'au the other striking models, nowavailable. any other hardtop. When you do- CHEVROLET : :

." See, Harold- Massie' at FlaglerI'BeacIL Remember, production' and when you see how much more -- -__-

11-2Y-U is rotting. and you: Can count on'prompt Chevrolet gives you in stylingin z ""'-

.. delivery extra-roomy Bodies by Fisher, in >" ,;
: The mart switch is to the'59 Chevy
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,LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, \ ,-'f. :z. 'now-" see.the wider selection. of,models t your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's! "L i'f .

sr 4VATEB FRONT > .. f '- : / .
FARMS j :,it
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o See for yoia reed estate needs .
t .Office*Phone HE 92032Residence .

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