The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
January 29, 1959
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
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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,; Mothers' March Mid-Winter Rodeo 1 I John C. Hall Sr.: Bulldogs HoopstersWon Florida Power &

Opens At Seven At Kissimmee Set Dies Suddenly 2, Lost 1 Light Moves To

Friday Evening For February 17 Friday Morning Last Week : New BuildingThe

The calendar of events for the The Bulldogs Varsity team won

... The kickoff for the March of 15th Annual Kissimmee Valley' John. Hall Sr., died sud- Friday January 23 from Hastings Commercial Office of The
Jim Burnsed high Florida Power and Com-
will Livestock Show and Mid-Winter 5623. was Light
Dimes drive get underway denly at his home on E. :Moody
. at 7 o'clock Friday evening Silver Spurs Rodeo shows entryof Boulevard about 1:10 Friday point man with 10 points. At pany was moved Tuesday from
when the Mothers' :March will cattle will be from 10 a. ,m. morning. He was 69 of half time Bunnell led 4113. In the Dunn Hardware and Supply

begin, Dean Holland, county to 6 p. m., February 17, and the years the second half most of the B Company to the new Distribu
barn will remain open until age.Mr. Team played. tion Building on the corner of
drive chairman, today.
Hall was 'a native of Ohio
The fire siren will be blownat 9 o'clock that evening. and moved to "Daytona Beach The B Team won 215. Harry South Bay Street and West Court.
the Wednesday, February 18, the Kuleski was high point man The new Distribution building
7 o'clock, marking begin- in 1920 where he was employed -
ning'of the March which will fair will officially open at 1 p.m. for several He also with 10 points. which received final inspection
and immediately judging of years. The Varsity Bulldogs lost to Tuesday, will also house the
last for an hour.
resided in. Jacksonville for some
.Those in charge of the drive Santa Gertrudis cattle will be- I time before coming to Bunnell I Crescent City 64.46 in their game working headquarters for the

are Mrs. Lucille Cobb for Espanola gin. J. E. Pace, University of 1943. He 'was in business 'Saturday night January24. Sam two 4-men crews, the trouble-
The Country Club in the Florida, will judge the show.. Bertha was high point man with man and serviceman here, Com-
; here before he retired in 1947.
Bimini and St. Johns Park Com Entry of junior cattle will take Mr. Hall had ,suffered heart 14 points, Jim Burnsed, Buddy mercial Representative L. H.
munities; Mrs. Barbara Cody in place Wednesday until 9 p.m. attack several a and Taylor and Robert Cook with 10 Church said. The working head-
Thursday's schedule includes years ago points each. There was a total quarters is being moved there
Creek Section Mrs.
the Haw
I had been ill several weeks last
Irma Jean Strickland in Favor-j district 4-H cattle judging at summer but he was apparently of 47 fouls made in this game. from North Anderson Street this

etta; Mrs. Elaine Canakaris in 9 a.m.; of Shorthorns at 11; feeling when he retired The Girls also played Crescent week.

Bunnell. The Woman's Club for I Herefords at 1 and judging about two good hours before his death. City Girls and lost 89-74.Annette Mr. Church said the commercial -
Flagler Beach and Marineland. Aberdeen-Angus at 3 p. m. I Strickland and JoAnn Morris tied office hours will continue
Survivors include his widow
Carver School Principal LeRoy Friday will find .FFA are for high point girl with 37 points generally from 8:30 to 10 A.M.,
two John C. Hall
Agnes sons,
Hunter will be in charge of the judging contest on tap at 930a. ; I Jr., and; William P. Hall of each. Becky Hanby for Crescent and from 1 to 2 P.M. each day
drive for the colored mother's .m., followed by judging of City made 43 points. except Saturday and Sunday.He .
Bunnell Mrs.
march. Brahmans at 10:30. First per- I ; one daughter, The B Team lost the same 'also said that customers

Mr.. Holland said anyone wish formance of the Silver Spurs David brother Dobson Orville, Flagler of Vermillion Beach; I night With Crescent .City 1914. may pay bills when the officeis

ing to make a contribution to Rodeo is at 2:30 Friday with all I one Ronnie Canakaris was high using the dropositorywhich
Ohio sister Mrs. Dan Orr '
the March of Dimes may do so exhibits open until 9 p.m. ; one ; point man with 10 points and is installed in the wall
Minoa N.Y. Also
by contacting him. Saturday is the day for the surviving are I Jerry Burnsed with 4 points. just to' the left of the'front door.
three children
big rodeo parade in downtown grand Mrs. M. The Varsity Bulldogs came Envelopes may be secured by
B. McDaniel and Owen C. Shel-
Kissimmee at 11 a.m. Then at back and won from Florida Military turning a handle. All the cus-
Social Security Law 1 p.m. will be dedication cere- ton of Bunnell land Agnes Hall School Tuesday night with tomers need do is enclose the

monies of the pavilion along of St. Augustine; two great I ia score 5530. Robert Cook was stub with payment with pay-

Amended to Include with the parade of cattle cham- grand children, Robert McDaniel I high point man with 15 points, ment, seal the envelope, write
and Jackie Shelton of
J'j pions at 1. Silver Spurs Rodeo Bunnell. Henry Wells 13, Jim Burnsed 11, name and address an the out-
i Turpentine Workers will follow at 2:30 and exhibits Funeral services were held and Buddy Taylor 10. Sam Ber- side of the envelope and dropin

will, be open .until 9 p.m. I I from the First Baptist Churchof tha-led both teams in rebounds. the dropository. Cash or
''The Social Security haw has
-4 tneludtWworkn Activity: on;the.final_day.Sunday Bunnell at,two o'clock Mon Dave Evans was high point man checks may be used in paying .
been' amended *: 1 Februar/'lsr begins at 12 day afternoon with the pastor, for F.M.S .with,10 points. bills r' ,- .
1 the production and harvest- Rev. Thomas'Pinner
noon when "commercial exhibits ; officiating. The B Team, lost to F.M.S. New radio equipment will soon
ing of turpentine, M. D. Eadie, Interment followed
the Bell-
will 21-18 the. be installed and
open. Final rodeo on same night. Ronnie designedto
manager of'the Daytona Beach performance will be at 2:30: with view Memorial Cemetery in Daytona Canakaris was high point man. give much beter radio con-

Social Security office, today-re- the gates closing at 6 p. m. Beach. Haigh and Black with 5 points. tact between Daytona Distribu
minded employers of turpentine I IAdult' Funeral Home of
Daytona Beach Today (Thursday) the seventh tion and this office and between
workers that they will be required were in charge of
and eighth grade teams go to this office and vehicles in'the
to begin reporting wages Education I Active Pallbearers were F., J. Palatka this afternoon to play field.
to their workers in 1959. Chambers Curtis
paid Deen, Leonard at 4:00. Friday the seventh and The supply room of the build .
Starting January 1959, these Begins Tonight at I( Moody, P. A. Edmonson, Hoke eighth grade team and ninth ing includes rest and shower .

employers should start deduct Bunnell School Cobb, and Emmetf Strickland. grade team go to Sanford to play rooms, lockers, automatic ice
ing social security tax of 2%% Honorary were Henry Wells, J.' there. machine, electric water cooler,
of wages paid to, each of their attended the F. Mercer, D. D. Moody, Dr. '
Twenty-six organization Friday night the Varsity and combination heater and air conditioner -
workers engaged in the produc- meeting of the Adult John Canakaris, E. A. Hunter, Girls teams go to Pierson to play. for the building, as wellas

tion of harvesting of turpentine.The Education Program held at Bun- and H. T. Cook. I Game time 7:30. Tuesday Feb materials for the crews.

employer matches the employees nell school Monday evening, ruary 3 the Varsity and B Team The pavement on the yard

tax. The tax' must be Principal Carl Hornsby said to- I go to play D&B. where the trucks will be stored
paid at the end of the calendar Rep. Wadsworth To
day.Mr. f was completed during the week
year on the worker who is paid I Hornsby said the end and a hurricane type fence
regis-I I
$150 or more cash wages during tration fee,for classes will Discuss Special Grade will be erected during the week.

anyone year, or perform laboron and each person :may take as I The trucks will have an entrance ,
20 days or more during the many courses as they desire. LegislationState ,Visits Tribune to the yard from both

year for cash wages (regardlessof Subjects Coffered at present are Bay and Court Streets.
the amount) figured.on-a time typing, shorthand and book I RepresentativeVilliam Plant ThursdayThe
basis. Wadsworth said today he wouldbe
keeping. Other courses may be
You can get additional information offered later.Tonight glad to talk with any citizenof sixth grade of the Flagler I name slugs were:

by contacting"'the. social will be regIStrationand the county who contemplates Beach School visited The Flag i Marie Fleurie, Wayne Hoge-

security representative at the also beginning of classes. applying for ,special legislationin ler Tribune Office and compos- boom, Buzzy McKnight, Johnny
the coming session of Legislature. ing room Thursday afternoon on Seales, Sam Skolar, Babs Cum-
Flagler County Court House on Classes will be held on Mon
a field trip. mins, Tom McDaniel, Ruth Al-
February 9 or March 9. You may day and Thursday evenings of
also contact, the Social Security each week. Anyone .wishing to The session of Legislature They were accompanied, by lison, Sharon Springer, Marlene

District Office at 12tf Bay Street, take the courses may join the opens in April of this year, and their teacher, William Fennell, Neihaus, Jack Abbott, Candy
Daytona Beach. class on Thursday evening. all special legislation must be and also L. F. Hogeboom. andE. Lovell, Mary Tydings, Brenda
advertised at least thirty days P. Fleurie. Aaron, Cotton May, Roger Dyks-
before the session. Those who were conducted tra, Charlotte Hodges, and

through the plant and given I Jimmy Lowe. I

sg rx. a Group Tourney .

rat ; :
To Be Held Here >oh -

March: 5-6

The Class 'C, Group VI.Basket
ball. Tournament will be held
r ,s
on. March 5 and 6, ,Coach Cliff.
McGriff said today.

Thursday night Oviedo plays

Hastings and .Bunnell plays Seville :

.. Friday',night the _Bunnell: .z
Girls' and 'the, Oviedo Girls play i : --y..2.-.-.AA
in a preliminary game follow-
ed,"by the finals.' ., ,.

r The winner of the final go to
-- the state tournament. _

Scene role:'the .BLACKIHILL&:PASSION SLAY ;which; I ..' .

will ,be presented February_ 8 'through} April 19 in theoutdoor Chief monetary; unit'of' Den f TWO,FOR. ONE *. .finaUr happened: too small can afeared a_
mark'atthe .krone, worth about *>fie parktar meter at Jacksonville
: : ; ,! I space Beach, FU., but officer.
amphithreatreVat ,Lake Pales. :, .2&5. cents' ? Y .*..B* Jtaei ..Jr.oeaRtf"...I P& ti i." -

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} '. 1 Mr. and Mrs. John' Knasko'I Mr. and- Mrs. Edw.- 'S. Nye Some men blaze a way; others

: : 7Z n" / have, been entertaining as house returned Friday from Atlanta, only blaze away.
: : '. ;; l' A5eack guests their daughter and son. Ga., where they attended the
> in law Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dame' Southeastern China, Glass and REFINANCE YOUR DEBTS.
. a and daughter Desiree from West!. Gift Show. With a Long :Term
.. LUNA BABBITT Chester, HI., and Mrs. Knasko's

Telephone, HEmlock 9.2098 mother:- Mrs. Marie Halas from La moo..._..w.w.w.w 0.0 5M1 FEDERAL LAND BANK
' The Venice Park* Home of MEEET AT ST. STEPHENS week's visit Mr..and.Mrs. Claude
' Dame and son Lee and Ted Rein. : R. W. BRYAN
;, Leonard Moody was the setting Catholic men in Flagler County
" for a linen shower Saturday will attend the 10:30 a. m. er'from LaGrange, Ill., stoppedover Real Estate ] I I Production Credit Assn.
: afternoon when ,Mrs. Chester Mass at St. Stephen Church in with, them while touring i BrOke1i PALATKA FLORIDAWednesdaYlChOO ,

. Montgomery and Mrs. Newt Hall Bunnell on Sunday, February 8, the state. i iI i I!...........Bunnell......,..!.:... ............... I I :
honored Miss Claudia Watson, the regular Communion, Sundayfor
bride elect. Miss Watson and the Holy Name Society. !I'';
( Fred Bell will be maried Saturday The Society's meeting will be
r' January 31st in-the Methodist held at. 8 p. m., February 2,
_ Bunnell. in' St. Mary's Hall, Ko-
Church of Monday,
:<' Appropiate games were played rona, D. Burnsed, president, will Almost To Move Into
and prizes were given' to Mrs. conduct. the meeting. I Ready
't}' Viola Tonkin, and Mrs. Sara
A. color scheme of pink and ON HONOR ROLL
white was used in the decor Herbert C. Bass, son of Wil- 2 New Homes "uu'Csr; : : ; : Flagler Beach
tions and in the refreshments.The liam R. Bass'of Flagler Beach,
serving table was 'overlaid has earned honor roll listing for
.. with a white lace cover and the'past quarter with a scholastic -
centered with an arrangement average of 3.00, at Southern

\ of green pink fernery carnations and ,white flanked chrys by Technical Ga.It Institute of Chamblee, $300 Cash-Bal. $5223 Per Mo.No .

anthemums. The hostesses is necessary to make an average -
served cake, coffee: and '''ice of 3.00 or better to earn Second Mortgage
cream and the gifts were pre this recognition. Only about one
. sented to the honoree by Eula student in six met these require-

Lee Among Moody.the sixteen guests was trial ments.Technology Bass is studying(management Indus-). We also: have 5 commitments for V. A. or

; Mrs. George Miles Moody, mother at Southern Tech.

,. of the bride-elect. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I G L Homes with No Down Payment..

CLUBS TO MEET ON The revival of the First Baptist .
FRIDAY EVENINGA Church will begin on Sun- .",, s
meeting is scheduled for day, February 1, and will run IF INTERESTED CALL :"
Friday evening at 7:30 in the one week. Rev. Marvin Stedhamof ., ttJ ,;--.
Scout House on 9th St. for the Palatka will conduct the I o :

Cub Pack No. 172. Den mothers services. Rev. Glenn Taylor, E H or Sam Threadgill S
I announced Sunday that :
urge all cubs to be present. pastor I .
, I special music is being arrangedfor ':. '.' <
BENEFIT PARTY A SUCCESS every service: during the <
HEmlock 9-2082
Over sixty people attended the week. ..
benefit card party Friday eve. A fellowship supper was heldon
ning by the Flagler Woman's Wednesday evening in the OR CALL AT FLAGLER MANOR
Club. The Chairman, Mrs. Brace church basement with a good
Clay,, was grateful for it beingso attendance.' This was held priorto
successful. They had' door the regular program of Sun _
table day* .school teacher's meeting, .- ---
prizes, prizes and doughnuts : ""t'i .
were prayer service and choir practice.The # I. .

This was the first benefit par Women's Missionary Union J.. 3. .,., VV *
in the x.,.. :; .
ty since Harold Massie presented met Monday evening o w -- .,,
about ten tables to the club and church with a good attendanceand ". "'"" Come see for yourself. here's a car you'll .
they ,were especially appreci- interesting' program. Mrs. '.. .
'" ated by the members at this Mary Shill presided'and led the .
Honor .
entitled "The Lord's Songin Love '
time. study .
',' .' ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Strader a Strange Land." It includeda '
from history of the foreign mission j .
Tampa are spending some .J ...
.0 time here at the home of her late work being done under the supervision ..' : .
-- of Rev. E. J. Combs. .. Boy
mother Mrs. Anna' Wischow on : and
8th Street. Mrs. Agnes Leeplayed the pianofor I .. .. .
the singing. The scripturewas t' .. : '' .
taken from the book of ( r"f" :
Mrs. Deolia Ervine from Daytona ..
... .
Ruth. '.
Beach visited during the ",
week end here with Mr. and They heard reports from the t i Mi %4t' L
Mrs. Frank Crotty. secretary-treasurer and home ,.
mission chairman. A letter of ( *"*, KKfS'Jf '
.- .. thanks was read from the Chil -* -, ..,. ,:
dren's Home for the Christmasbox.

I :Mrs. C. W. Jordan and daughters j I. .
DIAMONDS-WATCHES I Jan and: Jackie from Palate I
REPAIRING ka spent Sunday here with her
.f'tt-.-....../'.... ............... .J\I'r/'rI i,I sister Mrs. R. .E. Ford. I I


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Our Sunday Special

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Choice of Two Vegetables and Salad I JE /

: Tea or ,.Coffee Dessert,, Bolls and Butter ..

Be Sure To Try Our Delicious Home Made Pies I '. .,.,j.,.'..

o. ,DINNERS ARE SERVED _UNTIL'&QO P.M. 11'. 59**newest and most exciting car It's married '"_., '"
I 'h looks and In luxury to the elegant Tfaunderbird. '
And it's the Most Beautiful Wedding of Ike Year Already. :-

'., FOR If the.Thunderbird ever grew intos.aix-eeater, the glamour car ."
: Prompt. this would be it! It* "''Th nderbird"in every way of the year..
," Dependable .Courteous bat price.It has the classic Thunderbird roof..... .'
Thunderbird comfort with plash carpeting,and GalaxieBunnell '..:-.: : -
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1lJoom' room had stayed closed for as and others even more serious
. Unvented Heater In
' : much as 30 minutes more It in Issuing a warning against

\ Tired of Paying Rent? would have been too late. using unvented open-flame kerosene -
Closed Deadly'An Safety Specialist A. M. Pettisof or gas heaters in closed

the University of Florida Ag- !rooms at any time. Either shutoff
mother's screams
anguished ricultural Extension-Service calls the heater or open the win
COME SEE US accent this warning from safety I .
attention to this near tragedy, dow, he cautions.
against using unvented -
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open-flame heaters in closed TT>r TrirMTrM-MTnr TryyMry>rMTrvv...-.........-....--.-.

Y rooms.During the recent cold weather AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I I I I

Gainesville boy used an un-
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I bedroom one night while he AUTO SERVICE 1,BOAT SERVICE
slept with doors and windows

closed. The next morning his McDANIEL'S I ORMOND MARINANEW

mother found him gasping for COVERED STORAGEfor
Service Station
covered with boats on trailers
breath, his mouth
Concrete Ramp
froth, but fortunately still alive. STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS MARINE WAYS-EXPERT REPAIRS
The doctor told her that if the Tires-BatterieS-Minor Repairs Boats rebuilt & refinished
Gulf white gas & marine products
Bunnell ID 7-7119 1618 John Anderson Dr. OK 7-2681

Zineb Sprays Check

a Azalea Flower Spot Johnson's Boat Basin

Extra Construction Features In. All levis Hones I II Be prepared to prevent azalea GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen BOATS & MOTORS

:flower spot from ravaging your Rented 7 days a week
blossoms, says Dr. H. N. Miller, Live Bait-Launching Ramp
DOUBLE FRAMING ON ALL OPENINGS I plant pathologist with the Florida State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Fishing Tackle
'" I Agricultural Experiment Sta- 10 mi. N. Flagler Beach on AlA
tions. Colonial Service StationEARL
hrts, it can wilt
If the fungus E. RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION

I a magnificent display of azalea Largest and, Most Complete
Built On Your Lot I blossoms in 24 hours and dry MOTOR TUNE-UP
l GOODYEAR Stock of Boats, Motors
I them up' in a few days. The TIRES BATTERIES 0
water- u.s. HIWAY 1 BUNNELLHall' Marine Supplies in the Area
Low Monthly PaymentsLocal II disease first shows up as
I soaked spots on the petals, turning St Augustine-Ph. VA 9.2764

the :flowers into a slimy Atlantic Station
Representative I CLEANERS
mush.Dr. .
Jack Hall, Proprietor '
Miller says flower spot can BUNNELL CLEANERS .
Phone ID 7-3206 Bunnell, Florida I be controlled by spraying when GASOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccesories EVERY CLEANING

I the early azaleas start blooming I SERVICE
I and repeating the spray three I II ROAD SERVICE
Bevis Construction Co. Inc. Open Dally 8-5:30
I times a week throughout the I BUNNELL. Tel. ID 7-3652 Saturday 8-6:30

Call Collect EA 5-5317 -. Palatka, FloridaOPEN I :flowering season. He .recommends I 115 N. Bay St ,- Bunnell
DAILY 8:00 A. M. TIL 5:00 P, M. using a spray mixture of
> LAKE crrr HIGHWAY. y* MILE WEST OF WYE AT I 1% tablespoons of 65 per cent JOE MORRISPURE DRUG STORES

NEW PALM AVENUE INTERSECTION I zineb per gallon of water. OIL
Anderson Drug Store

: t. Sick Room Supplies
Open 7:30 A.M. to 9 P.M.
I Sundries

Glove L. Presswood Garage L Thompson Pharmacy t-
White Clean
f / STANDARD PRODUCTS Your Health Is Wealth

, General Repairing-Road Service Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS '

. Visit Our Grocery DepartmentFor

. Frozen Foods and Staples In Our Hands
;Cr FLAGLER BEACH 141 W. Granada-ormond 7-3576

Sullivan's Gulf Service -

-. ELECTRICCOOKING GULF Blacks Flower ShopPhone
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Information P.O. Box 3 Bunnell, Fla.
"Specializing: in Service and
: Flowers For All OccasionsWe
Clean Rest Rooms"In
r S 7f The Heart of Flagler Beach accept orders for Delivery
Anywhere in the U.S.A.

' t$dean as an electric light bulb white + rrh / STATION -

glove dean! There are no messy flames- RICHFIELD PRODUCTS Tilecraft Company

.'.. no smoke no ugly soot,no grime or greasy ,v "LET US FLOOR YOU"
.film. All your pots and pans-walls and .' GRANT WILSONOwner Armstrong & Kentile

.curtains, too-stay new looking longer ,1 .>. South u.S. 1 BunnelL Flo. Sold and' Installed >,
with less cleaning less care! Co modern! :r All .Work GuaranteedOrmond

,;. Move up to today's deanest,safest,coolest, AUTO Beach OR 7-3181
Xutest,MOST,MODERN cooking methods! BEPAIBS. I HARDWARE

' Cook.better-live better dedncally! 1. ? R Shield Service Station"I I .

Chester McKenzie Mechanic J Flagler'' Beach Hardware

> '. 1n- Ight_ Now We'll Overhaul and I I FISHING TACKLE
x .... Repair Your Power MowerNo
r. AAI .Duralite Paint That Good Paint
.. Job Too Big Or Too Small
111 No.' Bar St.. Bunnell HEmlock 9-2193 Hiway No. 11

WIRE Smitty's 66 Service
Phone HE 9.2321
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BEATS'o I B ( M.r The Most Complete Modern Givens
t KvpiN : ::w Auto Service on ... Margaret

FLAGLER BEACH Reg. Real Estate Broker
, : & .t2. General* Towing Repairs&-Wrecking ancing Notary Public .
TV Stamps Specializing In
.. HEmlock 9-2035
xi AUTO PARTS-USED Ken Mar Motel-Flagler Peach

,.. .. i I T' .
' .: Vet's Service StationNEW BUILDING SUPPLIES
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:; rr & USED PARTS .
? .Itii cheaper to aoalJ.etectric in your kitchen %q Top Prices Paid for Wrecked Cars WICKLINE

) -- ,'sad laundry than ,to ,use a combination 24-Hour Towing and Wrecking Building' Supplies
of tods.) "'. ServiceU. CEMENT CEMENT'BLOCKS
... .r SA nu d '
,: _. t .S. 1 South.m'7-3S57 or 7-3470 I ,STEEL
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Hints 'To Consider I'help to make a list of the items I style before you get- a. chance-I) "useful" ones may just turn out REQUEST FOR BIDS

you need. You."may decide to to use them. To be on the safe to be expensive useless buying. the Sealed bids will be received in
'' office of the City Clerk of the
:Before You Go On alter the 'list after you have side, you will' find that conserva- City of Bunnell. Florida. In the

looked at the bargains.. After tive styles are best. The color NOTICE OF SALE Civic 12:00 Center o'clock Building noon on on the or 9th before day
arriving at the sale buy only of the item may also gd out of Notice is ,hereby given that under of February A.. D. 1959 for onereed
Buying Spree. and pursuant to that certain 8 cylinder 4 dr Sedan.
the items you planned to buy. style. Color fads come and go Final Decree of Foreclosure and : The Sedan is to be equipped with
Sale rendered on the 22nd day of V-8 Engine conventional transmission -
Do you have any leftoverChristmas' Remember, bargains are just as quickly as do style fads. January A. D. 1959 by the Honor- I I I directional lights, spotlight
wasted if have no able Geo. Wm. Jackson one of the and heater.A .
money you in- I
? 'If do Money isn't the only thing
money you Judges of the Seventh Judicial Cir- trade in allowance and transferring -
or maybe if you don't the use for, the item. Unnecessary volved in buying. Consider your cuit of the State of Florida in and I of equipment from old car
for Flagler County in that certain to new is to be considered in bidding -
chances are that you will want buying may represent a large time and energy as well as the cause lately pending in the Circuit .

to,'take in" the end of the win- waste of your money. cost and use of the item. I Court in Chancery of Flagler wherein County.Citizens Florida the Each City bid Commissioners.shall be addressed Bunnell to

ter and:the after Christmas sales. A. last important point is to Bank of Bunnell. a State Banking Florida marked "Bid for 1959 4
Before making a purchase you Company was plaintiff and Edward Dr Sedan". The City Commissioners -
Before you go on a sale buying should choose the right qualityfor think before you buy because I Lee Bourne was defendant reserves the' right to reject
need to think about sale items usually cannot be being Case No. 3596. I, the under- any and all bids and to waive
spree you Careful exami reI Circuit Courtin
your needs. I signed Clerk of the any informalities in bidding and
whether you are going to.take. reveal turned. "Cute" items instead of Flagler County. Florida. will on also to accept the bid that in its
nation may flaws. You I Imitt Monday the 9th day of February.A. judgment will be for the best Interest -
in the sale or whether you, as- I may decide that the flaws in"seconds" II I D. 1959 at the North front,door of the City of Bunnell. Flori
the County Courthousein
of Flagler
a consumer, are going to. be da.WITNESS
will Florida.
are "irregulars" Bunnell. Flagler.County. my hand and official
taken in. Many homemakersare I I during the regular and legal hours seal this 20th day of January. A. D.
not affect the serviceability of JT1sg1tr (Eritmnr of sale offer for sale and sell at 1959.
taken in by a sale'through the item. Find out what the II I' public outcry to the highest and Levi L. Brannam. Mayor
unwise buying of, 'bargain. priced article is made of. Look at the BUNNELL. FLORIDA I i best hand bidder in order therefor to satisfy for cash the said ATTESTClty of Bunnell Florida

items. construction of the item. Decide Sale Final aforesaid Decree of the Foreclosure followingde and-j(I L. H. Drady ,

A good idea, fOl sale buying, what service, if any it will give. I MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor I scribed personal Florida property,. to-wit being: in I I II I Jan.City Clerk 22-29-2tc
I Flagler County.
is to shop at the beginning of Also think about the care the ] / I County, Florida to-wit: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. IV AND

a sale. This ,especially true item will require. Will the Designated Official Publication i Truck 1955 International with fifth wheel Tractor Model FOR THE COUNTY OF FLAG
LER. -
When a sale;for a month as the cleaning cost be more than the for Public Notice of Flag-lev I CO-195. Engine No. 1365. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY

January White Sale and the August cost of the article? An- Dated at Bunnell. Flagler of January County : NO. 3624.
: original County Municipalities therein I Florida this 26th day EDWARD REED LAWMAN.

Fun Sale By "shoppingearly other point to consider Is who and .the State of Florida A.RALPH D. 1959.E. HARBERT J>Plaintiff

you have a chance to look makes the item. A thorough examination I I As Clerk of the Circuit Court. v.
of Flagler County Florida RUTH YOLANDER LAWMAN.
at the items you are interested of the label will give Entered .. second claaa matte I January 29ltcIN Defendant.

in, before they have been picked helpful information about the I February ., the ...toSee j THE CIRCUIT COURT OF NOTICE THE NAME OF PUI1LICATIONIN OF THE STATEOF

over by ,the ,bargain hunters. fabric care and construction.You I at Bunnell Florida under act ot I II FLAGLER CHANCERY COUNTY NO. 3815 FLORIDA. IN TO: FLORIDA RUTH YOLANDA: LAWMAN

Before ,going to the. sale, you March 3. 1876. WILLIAM Cuthbert Manor. Apt. M-l
should decide what you need will want to consider the I MAGNER.Plaintiff, Westmount. New Jersey

and what you would like to ,style of the item. High fashion One year $2,60 SHIRLEY MAGNER vs. GREETINGS YOU ARE: HEREBY cited notified -
items out of Defendant. admonished ordered and required -
go completely
You. find, it ml'Y'
purchase. may a file to the
cdx: mont. fLU NOTICE TO DEFEND to your answer
l THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: bill of complaint filed herein
-. Shirley Magner against you in the above entitled
Address UnknownYou cause, in the office of the Clerk of
are hereby notified that a the Circuit Court in and for Flag-
1 / NOTICE suit has been filed against you In ler County Florida on or before
I Notice is hereby given that a I the above entitled cause; and you the 28th day of February A. D.
municipal election will be held in are hereby required to file your an- 1959. and to serve a copy of such
the City of Bunnell. Florida on swer with the Clerk of this Court answer upon HAWKINS ORFING-
Tuesday the 3rd day of March.A. I and to serve a copy thereof upon ER & MOORE, Attorneys for Plain-
D. 1959. for the purpose of elect- the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney tiff herein whose address is 218
ALL WASHABLES ting: two City Commissioners and whose name and address is: East Granada Avenue Post Office
all persons desiring to have their Ray Selden Box 1934 Ormond Beach Florida. '
names printed upon the official Selden Building on .before said date as requiredby
ballots as candidates are requiredto Daytona Beach. Floridanot the Florida Equity Rules.
file written notice of their intention later than February 13th A.D. THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE Is
to be candidates in the,office 1959. hereby designated as the news-
G'E'NER'AL. ELECTRIC of the City Clerk on or before If you fall to do so, decree pro paper in which this order shall be
the 20th day of February. A. D. confesso will be entered againstyou published once a week for four
1959.Notice for the relief demanded in the consecutive weeks.
is hereby further given of I NOT OR A DECREE -
bill of complaint. The nature HEREIN FAIL
that the registration books of the suit being for divorce and PRO CONFESSO WILL BE
I City of Bunnell. Florida are now custody of minor child. ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR
[?U [blrrn [;J c [f1ID[ [ I open for the registration of voters WITNESS my hand and seal of SUCH FAILURE. The nature of
I to and including the 20th day. till said,.Court this 12th day of January this suit Is a bill for divorce.<<

12 Noon, .of H.February.Drady A. D. 1959.L. (Official, A. D.Seal 1959.) office WITNESS at Bunnell.MY HAND Flagler and County seal of

City Clerk RALPH E. HARBERT Florida this 20th day of January
Jan. 2229 & Feb. 5-12-4 tc Clerk of said Circuit Court A. D. 1959.

AUTOMATIC, WASHER Jan.,. 15-22-29..& ,Feb.. 5-.Itc (Seal. ) RALPH E. HARBERT
2 WASH SPEEDS IDA IN CHAftCERY. CASE NO. Notice is hereby given that Geo. 29 & Feb. 6-12-19-Uc
3543 E. Wlckllne. the holder of the following -
2 SPIN SPEEDS I Ij FRANCES D. LEGGETT., certificates has ,filed said IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Plaintiff certificates for a tax deed to be FLAGLRR COUNTY, FLORIDA INCIIANCEItY
J -vs- issued! thereon. The Certificate NO. 3017LUIGI .
THOMAS B. LEGGETT number and year of Issuancethe SANTELLA.Plaintiff.
:j) : }. Defendant. description of the property and .
....,.>..'"".' I.SF.. .: _:-,. r.a.Mnrf DIVORCENOTICE the names in which it was assessed MARIA .
.. )
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Certificate No. 97. year 1952. Lot SANTELLA
: W'I' THOMAS B. LEGGETT 2. Block B. Ocean City Sub. Namein Defendant.
.;tI%.!*j i i Address Unknown which assessed: Geo. B. & Olive NOTICE TO DEFEND
You are hereby notified that a Roy.Certificate. THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
suit for' divorce has been filed No. 77 year 1953. Lot Cicera Maria Annuziata San-
: : ONLY CE against you In the above entitled 2.. Block B, Ocean City Sub. NameIn tella
4 <: cause and you are hereby requiredto which assessed: Eva Kressly. Carpenone
f serve upon Plantiffs Attorney All said property being in the Compobasai (Prov.) Italy
: ,:. FILTER.Fl0 ) whose name and address appear C f Flagler State of Florida. You are hereby notified that a
; : ii hereon. your written defense, if any Unless such certificates shall be suit has been filed against you in
ELIMINATES SOAP, to the Bill of Complaint in said redeemed according' to law the the above entitled cause; and you
.' suit on or before the 14th day of property described in such certificates are hereby required to file your answer -
SCUM February A.D. 1959; else a Decree will be sold to the highest with the Clerk of 'this Court
Pro Confesso will be entered bidder at the Court House door on and to serve a copy thereof upon
FROM against you.WITNESS. the first Monday in the month of the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney.
my hand and seal this February. 1959 which is the 2nd whose name and address is:
13th day of January A. D. 1959. day of February. A. D. 1959. Ray Selden
RALPH E. HARBERT DATED this 6th day of January Selden Building
As Clerk of said Court A. D. 1959. Daytona Beach. Florida
NOW -- (Court Seal) (Court Seal) not later than February 20th A. D.
W. L. WADSWORTH t I he Court 1959.
P. O. Box 396 : Clerk oft Circuit If you fail to do no, decree pro
r Bunnell. Florida of Flagler County. Florida confesso will be entered againstyou
: Solicitor for Plaintiff.Jan. January 81522294tc for the relief demanded in the
15-22-29 & Feb.54tcADVERTISEMENT bill of complaint.
MODEL WA-850 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT The nature of said suit being for
w-t Notice la hereby given' that the FOR FLAGLER COITNTY. WITNESS my hand and seal of
Board of Public Instruction of NO. 3362 of January
IDA IN EQUITY said Court this 15th day -
LONG WEARING PORCELAIN WASH-BASKET AND TUI sealed bids at the office of the Superintendent Plaintiff. (Official Seal)
*FAMOUS G-E ACTIVATOR(R)WASHING ACTION of Public Instructionat vs. Ralph E. Harbert
the Court House In Bunnell LILLIAN L. MOURIKAS, Clerk of said Circuit Court
*WY'.TOP-lOADI STAYS OPEN WITHOUT SUPPORT Florida,. up until 2:30 P. M. on Defendant. Jan.. 22-29 & Feb. 6..12-4tc
terial performing the work for IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF Notice Is hereby given that under -
: *DETERGENT:DISPENSER-ILUING. ILEACHES AND. the construction. of Locker Rooms FLORIDA.TO and pursuant to that certain
DETERGENTS ARE THOROUGHLY DISSOLVED and Covered Walk Addition to the : LILLIAN L. MOURIKAS Final Decree of Foreclosure and
*G.E"FIVE YEAR WRITTEN Bunnell School, and all necessary Address unknown Sale rendered on the 23rd day of
WARRANTY attendant facilities as called for in You are hereby notified that a January. A. D. 1959 by the Honor
the drawings and specifications in suit has been brought against you able Geo. Wm. Jackson. one of the
connection with the erection and In the Circuit Court of Flagler judges of the Seventh Judicial Circuit -
z' R I:1I1i,1t14.: completion of the .above named County. Florida,. in equity by PETE of the State of Florida in
project. MOURIKAS. Plaintiff. and you are and for Flagler County in that
:::; .t t -- i Plans and specifications are on hereby required to file personally.or certain cause lately pending In the
file at the office of the County Su' by Attorney with the Clerk of Circuit Court of Flagler County.
$ .+Mrm. 1 perintendent and at the office of said Court your written defenses. Florida, in Chancery wherein Citi-
"?'.I .\: Itt1' the Architect Alfred G. Kemmerer. if any to the Complaint In said zens Bank of Bunnell. a State
: ..i'i' 925 North Atlantic Avenue. Day- ault on or before the 28th day Banking Company was plaintiffand
tona Beach. Florida. Copies of! of February, A. D. 1959 and also E. Lee Bourne and wife. Suzanne -
these plans may be obtained by to serve a copy of your written L. Bourne were defendants
: prospective General Contract Bid defenses upon OSSINSKY & KROU being case No. 3594. I. the undersigned -
HARRISAPPLIANCE ders from the architect by depositIng Solicitors for Plaintiff at their office Clerk of the Circuit Court
Ten ($10.00) Dollars per set. I at 411 Main Street. Daytona In Flagler County Florida will on
Phone ID 7-3551 Bunnell Florida same to be fully, refundable if bid Beach. Florida on or before the Monday the 9th day of February
is submitted and documents returned 28th day of. February. A. D. 1959. A. D. 1959. at the north front door
within five. .(5) days after bid aa required by the Florida equity of the Flagler County Courthousein
date. rules. and herein fail not or Decree Bunnell. Flagler County. Florida
A certified check or a satisfac- Pro Confesso and Final Decree will during the regular and legal hoursof
FOR ALL: HOURS--DAY OR NIGHT tory bid bond In the amount equalto be entered against 'you by default. sale offer, for sale and sell at
five per cent (5%) of the gross .You are further notified that the public' outcry to the, highest and
bid shall be submitted with each name of the Court in which said best bidder therefor for cash In
bid. Bonds or checks of,unsuccessful suit has been"instituted Is the Circuit hand in order to satisfy the said
: bidders will be returned and Court. Seventh Judicial Cir- Final Decree of Foreclosure and
'AMBULANCEPHONE that of successful bidders retained cuit of Florida in equlty?,and that Sale aforesaid the following described -
VAlley 4-1625 and to become the sole propertyof the title of,said -cause Is as herein- property situate lying and
SERVICE the Board of Public Instructionuntil above set forth. being in' Flagler County. Florida
ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA such time the bidder shall You are further notified that the to-wit: .. '
fully comply with the bond and nature of said suit is a ault for The Easterly 150 feet of Tract
contract requirements aa set forth. divorce and exclusive custody of 12. lying North of the old Dixie
Nrrer be hesitant, about calling, The Board reserves the right to hereto aa more fully set forth in 5. Township 13 South Range
ax. always at TOUT sertlce with promptae*. afetr, Gad reject any and/or' all bids and to the Complaint. 31 East according to Bunnell
1\ J. take sufficient time to examine the WITNESS my hand ,and seal of Development Company's Subdivision -
qualifications of the bidders "and office at Bunnell. Flagler County. of said Section together
waive informalities In the bids Florida. this 22nd day of ,January with all of the furnishings
submitted. A. D. 1959. fixtures and appliances
contained -
Equipped With:.Oxygen.Retutltator and ,InhmUlor;. THE BOARD OF PUBLIC' RALPH E. HARBERT In. on or about the
INSTRUCTION OP FLAGLER Aa Clerk of the Circuit Court buildings on the above described -
COUNTY FLORIDABy of Flagler County. Florida property including: all
Garcia Funeral Home RAYMON F: .TUCKER. (Circuit Court Seal) I additions and all replacements
: Chairman.ATTEST' : By' Audrey: B."MD tyiClerk DATED at'tlunnell. Flagler Coun
ty. Florida,.' this 26th day of January -
P. E. GARCIA, ,Licensed Funeial :Director Z. D. HOLLAND OSSINSKY &' KROL A. D. 1959. _
Superintendent; and Ex-Offlclo Solicitors. for.Plaintiff RALPH E. HARBERT
'LADT ASSISTAMT Secretary to the Board.of Pub- 411 Main Street Aa Clerk of the Circuit Court

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Thursday January 29 1959
:; McKenzie-Bennett The University of Florida was Florida's sponge industry ac-
: .' Marriage AnnouncedThe I'established at Ocala in 1853. It counts for more than $1 million

was moved to Gainesville in worth of commercial sponges a I
,, :marriage of Mrs. Ina Jo 1905. .
Wrench Bennett and Mr. 'Victor i year.
r Wade McKenzie, Jr., was solemnized
LOCALS at 12 noon Friday, January I .
I) I i 23, in the Episcopal Chapel of I NOW FULLY AUTOMATIC !
KN"t; ("" I the Incarnation in Gainesville.The .
I Rev. Frank Pisani of Tallahassee -

-. HONORED AT A REHERSAL PARTY Custis Fletcher, Jr., rector of ..
SHOWER THURSDAY SUNDAY EVENING Holy, Trinity Church, performed ,
l Mrs. H. C. Cobb and Mrs. El- Following the Watson-Bell the double ring ceremony. Relatives 4O" PUSHBUTTON .

.. don Knight entertained with a wedding! rehersal Sunday after. and a few close friends attended .
miscellaneous shower Thursday noon Mr. and Mrs., George M. the wedding.The RANGE
afternoon at the home of the Moody entertained the Wedding bride is the daughter of -.
latter, honoring Bride-Elect Bar- party and a few invited guestsat Mrs. Snelson Wrench of Gaines. u'J
bara McKenney. a spaghetti supper at their ville and Mr. Frank A. Wrenchof
1 The bridal theme was carried home, Venice Park. Mechanicsville, Va. The bride 0U
out in the decorations and re The bridal theme was carriedout groom's parents are Mrs. Victor -
freshments. The refreshment in the decorations. The sup. Wade McKenzie and the late Mr. I

.. table was,,overlaid with a white per was served buffet style and McKenzie.

1-. linen cloth and centered with a II places were laid at small tables' White chrysanthemums, snap .
.; miniature b r Id e. This was I for twenty-two guests. dragons and gladioli were usedon y<% ,..
1 flanked by white tapers and Miss Watson and Mr. Bell pre- the altar with lighted candles. ;
small arrangements of pink ca- sented their gifts to their wed. The. bride wore a banana- ti
melias completed the setting. ding attendants. colored dress of wool with a
Mrs. Blon. Matherly and Mrs. matching satin and flower hat.
t Harry McKenney were presentedwith MISS WATSON HONORED Her corsage was a spray of

prizes as winners in the WITH LINGERIE brown orchids.
I contests. SHOWER SATURDAYMiss Miss Marion Graham, maid of : _&I1y1 g
JoAnn Morris entertainedwith honor, was in a dress of tan
t Those enjoying the afternoon a lingerie tea shower at wool, worn with a brown feather 1
with the honoree and the hostesses the home of her parents on hat. A brown orchid formed her

were Mrs. Harjy McKenney, Chapel Street, last week honoring corsage. .
( Mrs. Bion Matherly, Mrs. L. L.i Bride-elect Claudia Watson. Mr. James E. Clayton was best
I Brannam, Miss Beverly Emery, Decorations carrying out the man for Mr. McKenzie. Ushers e
Mrs. Harry Atkinson, Mrs. Dave bridal theme was used and Miss were Mr. John W. Booth and Mr.
Perryman, Mrs. Henry Townsend Watson was presented with a Charles Pruitt.A

Mrs. Gayle Mercer, and corsage of white caranations. luncheon was given, after ,

Mrs. M. B. Fuller. Invited guests included Miss the ceremony, by Mrs. Wrenchat Automatic Oven Timer-Turns oven on and off \v.t
Watson's I former high school her home 622 NE 1st. St. Automatic Minute Timer-Signals one to 60 minutes
classmates. Miss Morris was Mr. and Mrs. McKenzie wentto Removable Oven door

Mrs. O. O. Thomas of Hastings assisted by her mother, Mrs. Nassau for their wedding trip. Pushbutton Controls-5 heat 6 position Ifrtt',
t visited here Sunday with Mrs. Walter Morris. After Thursday, they will be at 4 Hi-Speed Calrod&> Surface Units *
Ellen Lee. She ,was accompanied home at 2030 NW 7th Place- Famous focused heat broiler .' '
here by her daughter Mrs. Mrs. Lee Blakely and Mrs. Jessie From the Gainesville Sun. Worksaving no-drip cooktop / ,.,t "

Lora Burrell, who visited with Muzyka were visitors in Has. 3 Roomy Storage drawers : I .

fi Mr. and,:Mrs.T. E. Lovelace Jr., tings Wednesday afternoon. JOHN GELLER HONORED 2 appliance outlets ,.I

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f John Geller, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Geller, was honored
with a party on Tuesday of last HARRIS APPLIANCE
I ., DELICIOUS XTfifrv ENJOY OUR week in celebration of his sixth _
Phone ID 7-3551; Bunnell, Florida.BRANNAM'S .
birthday anniversary. The
par __
HOMEMADE mSfr EXCELLENT ty was given at the home of his

PIES FOOD grand mother, Mrs. Ellen Lee,
I on Lambert Avenue. '

POPULAR PRICES Fifteen of his friends and playmates .'
were present. Games were '

Bunnell features of entertainment during -
Phone IDlewood 7-3280 r
the afternoon. 'Mrs. Geller :Food Market y
served ice cream with birthday'
cake to the young guests.

Your Red & White Store
NOTICE C. J. Muzyka, a student at the
University of Florida in Gaines I 119 N. BAY St. Phone ID 7-3496

You are hereby notified that the Tax Assessoror ville, is spending a two weeks I
holiday here with his family.
his assistant will be in the various
precincts Continued on'Page 6) Like Homemade. So Tender and Light. --
I on the. day and hour shown below, for the 4 39C
purpose of receiving tax returns on real, personal, James A. Brerthelot was the ta

and intangible property, and applications for home- first president of the Florida Senate -
stead and other assuming! that position in TO HOME
exemptions. 1845. Sell,. Cut and Wrap Beef Pork Lamb and Veal for
Your Freezer At Wholesale Price or.We Will Cut and Wrap
Precinct ,No. 1-Bunnell, Tax Assessor's Office--Saturday.
February 14-8:00 A.M. to 12:00Noon.. A BUNNELL Your Own Beef or Pork For You
Precinct No. 2-Flagler Beach Post Office-Tuesday. Feb. G LODGE No. 200F.
ruary 17-9:00 A.M. to ,12:00 Noon. .'& A. M. MEAT DEPARTMENT

Precinct No. 5A-Reptile Gardens Tuesday. February 17 Meets 'First and Third Tuesday
2:00 P. M. to 3:00 P.M. .
Dean M. Peterson W. M. Armour Star or Swift Premium SLICED _
Precinct No. Espanola, Old Post Office Building-Tuesday JOHN A. CLEGG Secy. -' ; '
i February 17-4:00 to 5:00 P.M. BACON'CM.. lb57c

Precinct No. 3A-Korona, Catholic Church-Thursday. Feb. Armour Star. SMOKED
ruary 19. 9:00 A. M to 10:00 A. M. Seed PotatoesCAN. 55 C
12 to 14 lbs Whole"or Half lb
Precinct No. 3- Haw Creek Townsend Store. Thursday
February 19-11:00 A.K. to 12:00 Noon. .
I P.' E. I.RED'S Swift Premium

? Precinct No. 4A BunnelL Post Office-Thursday. February lb39c
19--2:00 P.'M. to 3:00 P.M. HENS 41. 6 1bs.
&; r
Precinct No. 4-SL Johns Park Community Hall-Thursday. Small and Meaty .
February 194:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. SEBAGOES
f The' Tax, Laws require that you file a returnon CALLHASTINGS

personal and intangible property, regardless of MY 2-4981 Chase & SanbornINSTANT .

the; amount, before April 1st., and I am forced: to BUNNELL ID 73443FOR COFFEE 89

aSsess a ten (10). percent penalty upon your failureto 6 ox.'Jar
do-so. .
All applications for exemption must also ,be

filed before April'*, 1st. The Tax' Assessors. ; Ofice SHELL FILL & SANDDIRT'CONTRACTS Our Value

is open from A. M. to'12:00 Noon and 1:00o; .4:30 TOMATOES lOc
303 Can
P. M., and 'we will be glad to render any assistnace

possible. CALL Winter I Garden .

Respectfully, .
D. D. MOODY, .: : \ Phone HE -:9-2094 Rnso Sliced
Ta1 Assessor : FLAGLER,.BEACH 1-lb.pkg. 'ta

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Screwworm Menace be entirely wiped out. I I I i Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune, $2.50r in Advance
But it isn't done for yetnotas ) 1 1I'

long as .a single female i! t

Fast Disappearing screwworm fly 'survives to lay Ii iI (Continued, from page 5) INSIRE-Stay Insured & Rest Assured
that the j
Going, going, going The eggs can keep fly popu-
lation going. That's the warn- :MRS. CAMERON HONOREDAT

10 screwworm cases were nearly confirmed Only the ing of program officials, and I A COFFEE.PARTY GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM

entire state of Florida' for the they're not relaxing! their efforts!j FRIDAY MORNINGMrs.
1958-the week just because the picture looks Walton Johnston .entertained -
week of
last full .H. T. COOK AGENCYCitizens
ended December 27-and all good at the moment. I j with a coffee Friday morn .
The program will continue into ing at her home, 1000 E. Moody
confined to Broward county.
were Prior to December 1st- a year 1959 'at full blast. Approxi I Boulevard, The party was'honor- Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida

ago Florida cases had been estimated II mately 2 billion sterile, flies were ing Mrs. S. H: Cameron of Bel- .
at 30,000 to 40,000 a produced and dispersed over I vedere, S.' C., who is visiting here ------

month involving all parts of the Florida and parts of Alabamaand with her daughter, Mrs. W. W.
I Georgia in 1958. The new Deen. I.
state. ,
'indicates I year will see the big mass production Fourteen invited guests enjoyed FREE INSTRUCTIONKnitting
The latest weekly report
I I sterile :fly plant at Se- the party with the hostess I
the combined State-
bring continuing to turn out and honored guest., j
Federal Screwworm Eradication .
50 million to 60 million flies -. I. .
Program is getting, closer to 'the \
every week. In one recent week
day when the costly pest will ROYAL, NEIGHBO._ ,
dispersals jumped to more than t"
I 73 million. MEETS WITH MRS. '
I I As the' latest weekly CHILDS MONDAY !i '
progress Crocheting .
CLASSIFIED'ADS report was released, program officials Mrs. Pearl Childs was hostessat -w : I

again stressed the im the meeting of the Royal -"*. .fP-".. I
Neighbors Monday evening at ,
portance of continued watchful I
her home. During the business NeedlepointALSO
j ness by livestock owners for any
I of screwworm session, newly elected officers
signs activity,
Listings under thin headla are were installed by Mrs. Jessie i I
word each Insertion either infested wounds or egg,
ecnta *
BO rent U minimum hnrice masses. ,Muzyka who served. as install-
ing officer. Anyone Interested Call
HELP WANTED-Would like to
Those installed were Oracle, HEmlock 9-2287
contact personable man capableof Overeating is the destiny that .
Eugenia Allen; Past Oracle,
ends our shapes.
operating transit-mix concrete :
Irene Durrance; Vice Oracle,
plant in this area. Thorough
Pauline Magee; Recorder, Gertrude
knowledge of trucks necessary.
Rich; Receiver, May Kei-
Darby Concrete, Eustis, Florida fer; Marshall, Ada Kudrna; Assistant
EL 72200. ,l-29-2tp Draglining CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
1\IarshalILizzie. Kendall; i

FOR SALE-New 2 bedroom Inner Sentinel, Susie Riddell;
H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
homes on 80 X 115 lots with pri BulldozingLand Outer Sentinel, Florence Nor- 1

vate,canal in Venice Park, Flag- cross. Managers named were\* JOHN HARDIN. AssociateAIR

ler Beach. Big living-dining Clearing Pearl Childs, Luke Wells, and OXYGEN
room with snack bar, built-in I Jessie Muzyka.The I CONDITIONEDCHAPEL LADY EQUIPPED
electric kitchen and refrigerator, I next meeting will be at I ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
a lot of birch cabinets, colored Grading the home of Mrs. Wells.At .

tile bathrooms, Florida and util- the conclusion of the meet. !
P. A. EDMONSON Phone ID 7-3532
Mrs. Childs served refresh
ity rooms; garage, sidewalks, ing *
and city''' water. See' E. Huber, Phone IDlewood 7- 376 ments to those present. 201 E. MOODY- BLVD. BUNNELL, FLORIDA .

builder-owner, ,Lantana Avenue, -- ---
Venice Park, or call HEmlock I I

92196. 129.2tc S .

valescent Home, 134 Oveida St., : ; .
<:Be our guest for a pleasure test. -
St. Augustine:' Can take elderly, ,

ambulatory, ;1 or 2 bed patients. : '

Phone FOR RENT VAlley-' 4.2905 4 room furnished l-22-3tc and let Chevy do its own:1i.t. -

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

land. Telephone Parrot Village, sweet !. : .. :
talking : \ .
HE 92163. 1-15-tfc S : : ; 5'

FOR PAUL REVERE non-cancel-

lable Sickness and Accident ,
Life Insurance, Call Ray Colee, Before you decide on any new everything but its famous soundness.MAGICMIRROR choose from, with compression
VA 4.2248, P.O. Box 1206, St. ratios ranging to 11.25 to 1.
car, here's the biggest break you FINISH-keeps up .
Augustine, Fla. l:4tc
can give your dollars-and yourits shine without waxing or polishFULL COIL SUSPENSION- ,.

INCOME TAX RETURNS self: Drive a '59 Chevrolet. You'll ing for up to three year further refined for a smoother,

ED BIELEJESKI, find there's no reason to want a NEW OVERHEAD CURVED steadier ride on any kind of road.

Income Tax Consultant car that costs more and no car WINDSHIELD bigger-win TURBOGLIDE, POWERGLIDE,
1 mile west of Bunnell dows-all of Safety Plate Glass. AND LEVEL AIR suspension head .
that less!
Highway 100. I you. want costs" NEW BIGGER BRAKES-deeper a full list of exra-c options that
Phone ID 7-3307 1-1-tfc Here the make for happier driving.See .
are some of things drums with better cooling for safer

.FOR--SALE-2 bedroom' CBS Chevrolet will tell you about when stopping and up to 66% longer life. ,

home in Hillcrest, Flagler Beach... you drive it- HI-THRIFT 6-up to 10& moreROOMIER .

Large lot and large garage, va- BODY BY FISHER miles per gallon, more usable horsepower .

cant. Call H. F. Lerch, HEmlock S more width for seating comfort, at the speeds you drive most.CHEVROLET )

92395. 12-4-tf more luggage space, and new in VIM-PACKED Vff*-eight to 'j ...:

FOR RENT-At Flagler Beach

3 bedroom unfurnished house. ....;4"c........
See Harold Massie at Flagler ; I
t ..' .
..Beach. 11-2Y-U I





See,us for your real estate needs

Office Phone HE 9-2032 f

Residence. Phones ID 7-3691

or ID 7.3517 ,

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TV BobSERVICE this-bright'new addition to the Chevrolet line-the Bel Air l-Door Sport Sedan ,

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.. .';< I""now-see the wider selection models at your locaf'authorized f Chevrolet' dealer's! .= 7t : : "

all makes H

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Sales Tubes "
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i PHONE 'HE 9-2204 .

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