The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
February 5, 1959
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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note:
Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).

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St. Johns tribune
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Palm Coast news
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March Of Dimes CIVIL DEFENSE I Court HouseRenovation STATE AUDITOR County Board


Is $1,115.15 RADIO SYSTEMRaymond Near FinishM. l ,i SCHOOL. BOARD LightThere

, S. Smith director of I Auditing of the records of the

Flagler,County Civil Defense,, is Flagler County School Board has
r -_ The people of Flagler County ( B. Fuller) will be installed a mod
advertising in this Issue for bids been completed. A laudatorycopy i
'.have contributed a total of $1.- em traffic control at the cross-
on a Civil Defense Radio System. The program of renovationand of the audit was made :
115.15 in the March of Dimes I II ing of State Road 11 and U. S.
The bids, are returnable Febru refurnishing of the Court available to The Tribune and it
drive under direction of Z. D. Highway 1 here. This was as-
ary 16. house here is !about completed, is available for inspection by ,
:Holland as county chairman. I I audit .:sured Monday' when the Boardof
it was reported at the Monday I any taxpayer. The
Smith said that the Commissioners
Mr. new County agreed -
r. All contributions are not yet .meeting of the Board of County I in part:
radio sending and receiving to authorize expending
c; in, Mr. Holland said today, but equipment and a new broadcast Commissioners.. The financial condition is I"Seco dary Road Funds" to cover -

it is anticipated that additional tower 200 feet high will provide There has been spent up to I[good and the finances have been I| purchase cost. .
contributions will boost the tot. '
: a more powerful and efficient date over $20,000 and the total carefully managed, with expenditures
al only slightly. He said, how I !j I II Charles E. Creal city commissioner -
.hookup for county law enforce cost will probably exceed held within resources.:
ever, that any person who has ment officers. Also that certain j However nearly half of $25.000.1 The school budget was carefully I[ appeared before the
not but wants to contribute : I county board and said that the
other units may later'acquire mount was spent on a prepared and all proper records
the fund may send a contribu 1 city has no budgeted funds for
units for a further hookup on the rewiring of ,the building. were maintained.All I
tion of any amount to him. the cost of the control (estimated -
system for civil defense purposes. less to say the rewiring Need-I
purchases were by bid at $3.000). He asked the
A breakdown of colections long overdue. The original (
Under the proposed deal, the where required by'law.' Individual county board to request secondary
shows: law enforcement department of wiring was put in more than school internals accounts'were i funds for, the control. The
Individual gifts' $ 33.1E 30 when the buildingwas
Flagler county will trade in its years ago audited by a certified pub county board adopted a resolu-
Clubs and organizations $ 25.33 erected. The wiring then I[
present radio system and pay lic accountant and were correct I jtion requesting the State Road
Business and labor $ 34.90 was adequate, but 'tOday 'with I
an additional $2,000 for: the new Department to use these funds.
Coin collectors $ 91.83 electrically operated office machines The board minutes "appeared"to
:Flagler Beach School $ 25.21 multiplied lighting and show all official actions of the The length of time the light

'Bunnell High School 1$ 96.97 Smith pointed out that without air conditioning units, the new board. But many meetings were stays on red or green will depend -

"Carver High (colored) 5151.14 participation of the Federal wiring system will perhapssavea held with only; three or four upon the amount of trafficon

Other contributions $104.30 and State Civil Defense administrations I burned building. members present. either of the highways. But

Total $562.86 S the new setup would in any event the signals will
When the work is
cost probably $10,000 instead of com- remain in one position only a
Mother's Mare'ducted citizens should visit thecourt
the $2,000 that will be spent. certain number of seconds.
by the following1ndivid .is and house and see tor themselves .FlagIer4H'BoysParticipate

organizations in the vatiobs sec. Several units of the two-way the, great improvementin Just how pedestrian control

\ ''tions of the county,.""and the hookup will tbe located in Flag the interior ''appearance, and In is to operate is not clear to The .

'amounts collected: ler each with the Beach fire improvements. The,county commissioners 'Tribune. And it is imperativethat

'Flagler, Beach and ,Marineland, department and law enforce meeting room is probably 5 Show some sort of protection for

ment there. The city of Bun used 'more,.than any other District I II the pedestrian be used. It appears -
Woman's Club $159.38Biminj '
Flagler nell will not be"'connected with by the general ,.jmblic. It now that a pedestrian can by

the Country Club 40.35 the new system,'Smith said, betcause presents an inviting appearance It Eight members of the Flagler manual operation, extend theme

r", :Bunhell, 'Mrs.. .Elaine. tan kar- it now.hasits__own system..! and,_is in,keeping .wjthjliftjdignity !County 4-H Club> participated in of 'signal.''change. by 10 ....

..: ___ "'_ -,21955 ""fine' new setujrls intended 'to. of 'your,ccftmty\ governmentI I the District,Fiver 4H Club Livestock : seconds. 'If this is true it probably ,

.\. :Haw Creek, Mrs.'. ,Barbara Cody! provide instant communicationin and Poultry Show held'inJacksonville' will result 1n a whale of
44.00 feel that the money,has been last Friday and
of in the I a mixup of pedestrian traffic.
Favoretta and Korona, MrS: Emo- any emergency ',wisely spent at'not an excessive Saturday.
Unless all turns on'red
county. However additional distance are pro-
gene Strickland 32.87 cost. We should remember that
communication is pro I Club members from Clay, Put- hibited the poor pedestrian will
Espanola, Mrs. Lucille Cobb 10.79 the building has been used for
vided also.District. have a better chance of survivalin
Bunnell (colored) Leroy Hunter more, than 30 years with virt nam, St. Johns, Bradford, Nassau -I
'J I and Baker modern war.
45.35 ually no maintainance. The Duval Flagler

The two totals taken together commissioners have ordered counties entered stock in the Anyway, the control should

,adds up to $1,115.15. 4-H-Show that the building be completely show. be installed as soon as possibleto

In the special gifts division Held In JacksonvilleBy locked ug at the end of each The following boys from here forestall a fearful smashup. '

for Bunnell was Mrs. Janice Murray that has entered calves in the show and

f. and Mr. Holland said, there ( Lyman L Gage) not been done in many years. placed in the order listed: PASSION PLAY
As a consequence the halls and in class
Mickey Ramsey, 2nd.,
other individualswho
were It was my privilege to attend some of the. rooms were wide
in the drive. "To each I 2; Mike MicMillan, 2nd in class
helped the District 4-H Club Show in open for use and abuse. OPENS FEB. 8thThe
and who 3; Jessie Overby, 3rd in class ;
every one helped con-
Jacksonville last Saturday. The
duct the drive and those who I| that I The commissioners emphasizedthat I Flynn Edmonson 4th in class 3; nationally known Black
j show cannot
impressed me
contributed so unselfishly I it is not their intention to Johnny Simpson, 5th in class 3; Hills Passion Play will open its
help but jot down a few shut the I ,
building against public seventh winter season in Floridain
want to express my deep appreciation
of the highlights. Three exhibits of broilers
." use, but to preserve and protect,, Lake Wales' 3,500 seat amphi
Our, local '4-H Club had five I the building for the public. Any were entered in the show and theatre Sunday, February 8.

entries in the dairy type heifer organization wishing to use the they won as follows: David Christ's
I II The story of last days,
show, all tJerseys. And going up county commissioners room for' Lewis, blue ribbon; Randy Morris -
Woman's Club To the Passion Play has a cast of
against the stiffest kind of com I meetings, must secure a key red ribbon; Harry Kuleski, 200 headed by Josef

petition, came away with three form Clerk Harbert red ribbon. persons
Ralph and
Hold A CookingDemonstration Meier as the Christus. It will
Red and two White ribbons.
return the to him the
key next
L. L. Gage hauled the cattleto be presented in the Lake Wales
This show was held at the morning in case 'the meeting
I and from Jacksonville for the Amphitreatre every Tuesday,
grounds of the Duval County was in the evening. And in addition
show. About 35 4-H boys and Thursday, Saturday and Sunday
4-H.Club which has a fine show abuse the
of will
Woman's Club in privilege
The cooperation their parents and friends were night from February 8 through
barn and arena capable of hold automatically prohibit of the
with the Florida Power use there on Saturday. Sunday, April 19.
and Light Company, will holda ing 90 animals. In addition to room in the future by that part- I I

,cooking demonstration at the this there is also a long build- icular group.Honor Parents who attended were Sunday twilight performancesstart

Clubhouse, South Central Ave. ing to take care of poultry ex I Mrs. H. Simpson, Mr.. and Mrs. at 6 P.M. All other per

at 2:00 o'clock hibits. Another similar building L. W. McMillan, and Zip.Edmon formances start at 7:30. The
nue, on February
18, dub program chairman Isla .where rabbits, etc. are housed son. They also assisted the boys I play ,is approximately 2% hoursin

said today. and a room -of pens where! Roll in preparing the animals for length:
swine entries are placed. Then showing. I Already seen by some 20,000

Mrs. Kester said the Company there is auditorium building For Flagler I I persons during its six seasonsIn

Representative L. H. Church has seating 300 people, which also I METHODISTS Florida,' the Passion Play is

assisted in making arrangeme- contains a modem kitchen and Beach School produced on an outdoor stage

ments for the demonstration and serving counters ',where food is I REVIVAL WILL two blocks long. Built at.a cost

Mrs. Mary Pinchard..will be in served. The food is served mostlyby Third grade. Tommy Duncan, BEGIN FEB. 22nd of over $125,000 the Lake Wales

charge.. She also stated that mothers of the 4-H boys and Jo Ann Wilson, Patty Robbie, Amphitheatre makes a perfect
Cynthia McCraney, and Eleanor The period of February 22 to ,
small appliances will be givenas girls. II setting for the production in a
Shill. March 1, inclusive has been set
natural bowl amid orange groves
prizes. These buildings, together with
forrevival meetings at the Bun-
Mrs. Kester, said the demon the grounds, represents an in Fourth Grade, Linda Skolar Methodist, Church. only two miles south of the city.

stration open"to the'public vestment of 'some three hundred Dennis Clay and Arthur McDan- nell. Camels, horses, elaborate -

and 'there' will; be no .admission thousand dollars, half of ,"which iel. Rev Ed..McKinley will.preach, lighting' equipment and costumes -

'charge. ,The dub:will serve was 'contributed by the tate Fifth Grade, Kay Weaver 1 it was announced by Rev. Wes began arriving this week

coffee to those attending. from a spedal fund set up.for Margaret Hoskins Stuart Rock- ley O. Wilder; ,pastor of the From the Spearfish, S.D. summer

Hospitality "Chairman for the that 'purpose, and the balance ett. and Marli n'McNab. I church. I home of the Passion Play. In

afternoon will be Marie.,Brede; from,:.the) Board,of County, Commissioners Sixth'Grade,_Wayne *Hogeboomand Services will be held both rtF Sun- another week the professionalcast

arrangement chairman 'Betty of Duval County.! Kandyce,.LoVell. lay'mornings and'evenings and will be, on hand to portray

Shultz; coffee chairman Mary One has to >attend only one each evening of that week ex- su Biblical.< characters as Peter -

Novik. of these, shows. to see for him couragement possible 'to our cept Saturday, it was stated. Judas John, King Herod,

It was also stated that the self-the. value.of,this investmentto farm advisor.. Howard Taylor, Pilate, Salome and ,others.

scheduled 'sod al' meeting for ,the.,youth of,!>!county, I.I whose".responsibility'it is. to further Advance reservations for any

February 25 of.,the,club has been <' would like ,to take, this opportunity the:4-H,activities. Mr. Tat.; Florida State University was performance, may be secured, by

; cancelled due to'several conflicting -I I' to urge Flagler CountydUzene I lor richly deserves4' 'our fullest I founded two years,. before the writing the Passion Play Amphi

.r... activities.!t- jr : toglve the'greatest? en- cooperation. :- r. University< ":-'" '. of;" Fj ida,; ti\.85L, theatre;'P.O. Box 71, Lake.Wales.

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PAGE TWO ; ,- '",;THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE,_, BUNNELL, FLORIDA ,. Thursday, February'- ,, 1959 I Ii'

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: t: GOZNG-AWAY PARTY CARD OF THANKS In 1956, 643,849 Floridians voted -

:-i'-: :Jlagle eac/ ": J' Mrs. Daisy Moody was honored For the prayers, messages, 371 for Eisenhower, while 480- I

,. on Thursday evening at the calls and cards from our friends [ voted for Stevenson. ,
home of Mrs. Charlie Mathews

LUNA BABBITT I with a surprise going-away par- and neighbors who so earnestly .L. In both England and the U.S. .j
ty. Other hostesseS were Mrs. cheered and comforted us in our |the term "convict" refers only to
Telephone HEmlock 9.2098 ,
Viola Tonkins, Mrs. Dorothy darkest hours when our precious 'I.a person found guilty by a jury.

FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB SAFETY PROGRAM AT SCHOOLOn Montgomery and Mrs. Annette loved one's life hung by such a I....... --
The regular social meeting of Fordham. Mrs. Moody taughtin slender thread. Gracious heavenly
the Flagler Woman's Club was Monday afternoon, Mr. W. the Flagler Beach School dur- FRED A. FRUITS
held last Wednesday and the Fennell, Principal of the Flag ing the first semester but_left Father we Thank Thee. I
called a full on Monday to enter, classes at Mabel, Isabelle and Walt. II JEWELERDIAMONDSWATCHES
hostesses were Mrs. Isla Hester, ler Beach School
Mrs. Elizabeth Hogeboom and assembly -on the basketball the Florida State University in I IJ Il l lF lI '

Mrs. Mickey ,Massie. Fifty-six court. He explained to them that Tallahassee for the next semes- REPAIRING
members and guests attended.The .- the school was in that program ter. Her friends enjoyed a social r/\.,"."."_"."."."-"." "',r."." ,,",,"."."Nrl'r1

serving table overlaid and at all times cooperatingwith evening with her and she was

with satin and net was decor- the Safety Program of the presented with appropiate going- REFINANCE YOUR DEBTS

ated with nosegays and was Flagler Woman's Club. away gifts. The hostesses served With a Long Term

centered with a large birthdaycake Mr. Fennell introduced Mrs. dainty refreshments at the con FEDERAL
of the cl usion.I .
with ten candles, markingthe Harold Masse, President
time since the club joinedthe Woman's Club whoa briefly l FARM LOANR.

federation. The Past Presi- on she pre- .
dents blew out the candles. sented"Bike Deputy Sheriff Walter Production Credit Assn. )
Winning prizes from the Eberhardinger who read ruleson
games that were played were bike riding stressing some Wednesday10:00Draglining

Mrs. Gladys Taylor, Mrs. Esther the more important points by _

Heydt, Mrs. Florence Norcross, having them demonstrated by b J .

Mrs. Bess Wilcox, Mrs. T. G. Buzzy McKnight.Mrs. I : :.. .

Massie, Mrs. Florence Swink, Elizabeth, Hogeboom, co-
Miss Mamie Gilmore, Mrs. Alice chairman of the Woman's Club

Charon, Mrs. Betty Strom and campaign, was assistedby I
taping a sportsman puts aWay I
I. MANY BulldozingLand
Mrs. Bessie Smith. Mrs. Louella Fleurie, Mrs. fishing boat when winter < r H

.They had, a wishing well in Alice Lovell, and Mrs. Patricia comes and takes out on foot a'
which members tossed sugges Robles in taping thirty-six: bi hunting in the.fields-little realiz- ;t a Clearing

tions for club improvements and cycles. Tape was donated to ing that he is missing a good bet.

surprised the president Mrs. Mas those having them at home. Hunting lands are scarce enough THE CHAMBERMAID '. Helen -
these hemmed in
days by highwaysand GradingP.
sie her handker- phase of the Hayes will play the smallest
by giving ,a This was one dotted with homes;farm buildingsand
adopted as the role of her career at the openingof
chief shower because she had a
safety program livestock. Yet there are some A. EDMONSON
birthday this month. leading project of the year for lands that do hot get much hunting "Midsummer" at the Tappan
Zee Playhouse In Nyack N. Y. Phone IDlewood 7-3376
Club dates to remember are the Woman's Club. They have traffic if they get any at all. These are
the benefit card party at 7:30'on provided tape for school children not accessible by road or trail wooded
the county.Mr. lands that often do not have a road or
Feb. 26. Mrs. Grace Clay, the bikes all over I
farmhouse within miles. Practicallyevery
chairman is having an advance
river or stream hat such isolated OCEAN VIEW RESTAURANTOn
sale of tickets, the all-afternoon
Mrs. Herbert Patterson areas and there if no easy access,other -
. dinner: on .Sunday February 22 .,and this week for a tour than by boat. The OCEAN at FLAGLER BEACH ,
for the public at the club :and are leaving Laws are different in various
also the next regular business of South Florida before Cincinatti return-, states. In most of them, a boat and Bill and Zmma CcIwui

meeting on Feb. 14th. ing to their home in motor, just as an auto, is consid-
Friends of Walter, Green will Ohio: They have been house I ered a vehicle, and hunting froma Our Sunday Special
guests of their son in law and boat is prohibited. Yet the boat
be glad to hear that he was dis-
daughter Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeM. and motor offer an excellent method .+ 50
missed from the
Hospital on Monday Daytona and is recuperating Moody. ... ests of and seeking valleys out that wilderness are not otherwise for Roast I Turkey & Dressing |

at his home here. He easily accessible. ,
is now allowed to have visitors. Gene Hart left Tuesday by I Woodlands and swamps along a Cranberry Sauce Two VegetablesRolls
train for Anniston, Ala., for a river are usually abundant with Butter, and Coffee
few days visit with his mother, animals and, as a general i
Visiting here' with Mr. and game
Be Sure To Try Our Delicious Home Made Pies
Wilkins. not'so
Mrs. Eda Han rule, these animals are
D. E. Davis and Mr. and
wary as their counterparts which DINNERS ARE SERVED UNTIL 8.00 P.M.
Mrs.. C. Weaver are Mr. and Mrs.
Lee spent Thurs- inhabit areas closer to highwaysor
Seth Deal :Mrs. Agnes
from Taylorsville, N.C. other human activity.
Mr. and, Mrs. Deal resided here day night and Friday with Daytona Miss How much of this"untapped"hunt- .
, two years ago. ing area is available Take a map 0yoUI' / FOR
Mary Furrer. territory and examine it. Re-

Sgt. and Mrs. ,John Phillip membering that the average hunter Prompt Dependable Courteous
Barker and their two children Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cole from seldom walks more than a mile from I .
Indiana have been his auto mark or shade the areasaccessible +
Tosh and Kathy; arrived Mondayto HI-THERM GAS SERVICESEE '.
the house guests of her 'sister by road.The unmarked area I I
visit a week here with her
Mr. and Mrs. on both sides of streams and riversrepresents
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hart. and brother law the lands that are least
Chester Montgomery.Mr. hunted because of the fact they are so

Mr. and Mrs. Robert ,Lee and hard to reach-except by water. HARRIS APPLIANCES
and Mrs.. Al Dompe and When you go, use the boat and .
daughter stopped over here with
Phone ID Bunnell
his Mrs.' family from Crescent City spent motor to get you to a likely spot- '
mother Agnes Lee after
the weekend here in their beach then beach your craft and hunt in Countywide Delivery Service t
spending their vaCation in 'I
the usual
manner. I
Miami, Fort Lauderdale and home. GAS CYLINDERS GAS APPLIANCES .

Orlando. After several days here, l
they will return to their home in \ ,

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note from Miss Betty Mead- I

who stated that she is enjoying WfflOlfflESuperb ( '.
1 a fishing trip and relaxing
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and material meaning. Once predates Christianity.When I ery. If the treat is given, the Corscica, an island 100 miles
t Pancake
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I. known' as shriving cakes, they I men knew little about bag stays'; shut. Otherwise, 'the off the French coast, is famedas

i i preserving food, animals were bag is opened, and a barrage of the birthplace. of Napoleon..
T And Racing OldPreIenten were an appropriate dish for the
i mostly butchered as winter began :shattered dishes,is hurled at the

fr'' day when sins were confessedand I When the first 'signs of 1 1I ungenerous door. Understandably At various times in history

CustomsIn offenders were shorn or I spoilage appeared whatever re- ,'Lent Crocking has gone out counterfeiting has been punishable -
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shriven'' of their misdeeds. The mained was eaten at once to I of vogue in recent centuries. by death.
r In myriad throughout
traditional pancake ingredientsare avoid wastage. The result wasa
the world pancakes will sizzle
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; flour, the staff of life, salt feast, after which no more
, and turn golden brown on February -
for wholesomeness, eggs to sym available until the :
meat was
10-Shrove Tuesday in the
r r calendar of the Christian Church bolize the Lenten spirit, and I next butchering. The practice : AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY J

few housewives milk for innocence. led to the celebration of such I Ir
:. Relatively
Farewell to Meat the Roman Saturnalia I
r holidays as -
L t. bending to their stoves will
sometimes linked with the
:'. \ realize that they are carrying On'the practical side, the cook- AUTO SERVICE BOAT SERVICE '

on a tradition whose origins are ing of pancakes was a means i Christian Christmas.season.. ,
lost in time, says the National of using up the last of the house Perhaps the most publicized McDANIEL'S I ,

Geographic $O mty. Indeed, hold's 'fat and lard from 'meat :aspect of Shrove ,Tuesday in recent Service, Station NEW for COVERED boats on trailers STORAGE. .

r Shrove Tuesday is becoming bet products forbidden during Len- i years .is :the annual pancake Concrete Ramp

'.,. ter known to'the layman as ten ,fast days. So' pancakes became i race between the housewives STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS I MARINE Boats WAYS-EXPERT rebuilt & refinished REPAIRS

: Pancake Day than, .as the day an integral part of that of Olney, England, and Tires-Batteries-Minor: Repairs I, Gulf white gas & marine products ,t

.,, before Ash Wednesday, the be- farewell to meat which was the I Liberal! Kansas. The ladies run Bunnell ID 7-7119 1618 John Anderson Dr. OH 7-!632 .

. ginning of Lent. Latin camel Vole!,- and today's identical courses in their respective .

To Christians, Shrove Tuesday carnival. Thus, too, they be- I towns, holding skillets in BOATS AND, MOTORS '
Biddle Gulf Service i
pancakes have both spiritual came, part of 'a .tradition that I which they must flip their pancakes Johnson's Boat Basin

I Icity. I three times during the GASOILLUBRICATIONGULF
Rented 7 days'a week
Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days
The Kansas housewives began Live Bait-Launching Ramp
Indianapolis, Indiana :pancake racing in 1950, the 01- State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Fishing Tackle

-. I' ney'ladies in 1445. Practice and 10 mi. N. Flagler Beach on .A1A

remarkable trackmanship have Colonial Service Station ,
put the Olney housewives ahead, BOAT SHOP
five to four, since the interna-
Largest and Most CompleteStock
tional competition began. MOTOR' TUNE-UP

: Race to the Church GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES of Boats, Motors

r a Tradition .has it that the, old U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL Marine Supplies in the AreaSt.

YR I English custom grew out of Augustine-Ph. VA 9.2764
Z wifely devotion. Spouses of bell-
,A Hall's Atlantic StationJack .
ringers assigned to summon CLEANERS

worshippers to be shriven in Hall, ProprietorGASOILSLUBRICATION'
church would race from their BUNNELL CLEANERS

kitchens to the church tower, EVERY CLEANING
Tires- Accesories
\ bearing their steaming shriving I I SERVICE

I cakes to their perspiring hus ROAD SERVICE f Open Daily 8-5:30, .
p.. ti r bands. .BUNNELL Tel. ID 7-3652 Saturday 8-6:30

Significantly, Olney's pancakerace 115 N. Bay 'St. 'Bunnell
is still run from the parish JOE MORRISPURE DRUG STORES

pump to the porch of the village OIL

4,. church. Legend holds that the Anderson Drug Store .
course was established some 500 GAS-OIL LUBRICATION
I Prescriptions '
years ago.Liberal's. TIRES ACCESSORIES
Sick Room Supplies
Open 7:30 A.M., to 9 P.M. -
.Downtown Indianapolis 415-yard long S- Sundries

shaped course << that of II FLAGLER BEACHJ. .
T NDIANAPOLIS. INDIANA is a typically American city In a typically BUNNELL
American'state:. the physical political,'economic and cultural Olney on one of the Kansas

Capitol of a ,great commonwealth a city proud and grateful town's main ,streets.- But thereis L. Presswood Garage Thompson Pharmacy
for its heritage industrious ambitious final difference. Liberal's .
and confident of a glowing, a STANDARD PRODUCTS '
Your'Health Is Wealth
destiny.' / winner gets her victory kiss from
General Repairing-Road Service Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS
The first settlers,came la the .of Washington. D.C., was appointed the British 'Consul stationed at Visit Our Grocery ,Department ,
spring of 1820 and located Kansas City; Olney's winner gets
to out
near lay this new city on
For Frozen Foods and Staples In Our Hands.
the confluence of Fall Creek and the western frontier. hers from the verge of the
FLAGLER BEACH 141 W. Granada-Ormond 7:3676'FLORISTS
River. Later others followed church.
Today less than a century anda
and settlement beganto
half later. Indianapolis is a fast Liberal' also stages 'what it
grow. The first Indiana Assem-
Sullivan's Gulf Service
growing metropolis of 550.000 persons
bly gave to Governor Jonathan calls an "AllAmerican" pancakerace
highly diversified and GULF Blacks Flower Shop;
Jennings and a special commission after the internationalevent. .
vitally important industrial city
Phone IDlewood 7-3348
powers to select a perma- The distance is still 415 GASOILSLUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSORIES
in the midst of a vast, rich agri-
nent site for a state capitaL They P.O. Box 3 Bunnell, Fla
cultural area. yards but the course is as Beach Information
wanted a site near the center of "Specializing in Service and Flowers For All Occasions
the state territory and the settle- Things to see in Indianapolis straight as an arroow. Clean Rest Rooms"In We orders for
Strenuous as it may be, pan- The Heart of Flagler Beach accept Delivery;
ment at confluence of White include Christ Church famed as I
in the U.S.A.
River and Fall Creek was select- the "little church on the circle;" cake racing is probably easieron Anywhere

ed. The name Indianapolis- James Whitcomb ROeys home; the housewife than another WILSON SERVICE FLOOR COVERING
.(INDIANA plus POLIS. Greek for President Harrison Memorial nearly vanished Shrove Tuesday

'clty"-was chosen and the Home and the Scottish Rite Cathedral custom called Lent Crocking.Lent STATION Tilecraft Company"LET

same year Alexander Ralston, a masterpiece of Old Crocking consists of askingfor RICHFIELD PRODUCTS:
who assisted in laying out the World architecture. US .FLOOR YOU'"
a Shrove Tuesday treat while '
carrying a bag of broken crockWORDS Armstrong
Bunnell. Fla. Sold and Installed
South U.S.,1
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t:: Turnpikes' Enjoy I dust bowls in summer. No one out" in convenient places. Rough I were drowned..." Subscribe lor The Flogler Tribune

traveled for pleasure.In road systems developed slowly.A The nation's first golden era

: their England inhabitants of century and a half passed of toll roads lasted roughly fromF IN TilE'AND COUNTY 1"'FLAGLEU JUDGE'S COUNTY COURT*,

Golden. Era every parish' were supposed ,to before Pennsylvania granted the 1800 ,to 1830 when canals -and IN Re Estate- of

I Il keep up their roads, but it wasa Philadelphia and Lancaster railroads began sounding its ANNA W1SCHOW

E rEver since toll "roads' veined very,';real problem for- them. ,Turnpike Company permission in death knell. I NOTICE Deceased OF ENTRY.*OP,ORDER, OF

l the' wildernesses: :rof Colonial I to muster unpaid labor and ma. 1792 to build a road between the "_ ADMINISTRATION UNNECESSARYNotice

,, America, the system\has had its terials. Hence the roads HIDS WANTED I Is hereby given to all persons -
went two cities. The 62-mile-long Bids for a Civil-Defense radio having: claims or demande'agalast -

i : ups, and down. from bad to horrible. 'I turnpike was the first good road system will be opened by the Flag- the estate of Anna Wiachow.
a. .
ler County Civil Defense Department deceased that an order of administration
"' At present toll 'roads are go "Soon '. after the Restoration of national importance. It lay Director. Raymond S. Smith at unnecessary has been entered -

ing through a golden era. Am (1660) this grievance attractedthe his office in the Flagler County I by the County Judge: the total
24 feet wide surfaced
was Courthouse at 10 A.M.. February i cash value of the estate of such
erican cars speed to and fro on notirae Parliament," the with stone. The backers expect. 16, 1959. Specifications can be seen : decedent is in the sum of Four
at the Civil Defense office at Flag- Thousand Five Hundred Dollars
P more .than 3,000 sweeping milesof English historian Maccaulay ed to make money, and they ler Courthouse anytime prior to ($4.500.00) and the name and ad-

turnpike, compared to less wrote, "and an act, the first of did. Fine stages with silken that Defense time.Department Flagler County reserves Civil the assigned dress of those by such to whom order It is haa as been fol-

: than 300 miles a decade ago. our many turnpike acts, was draperies racketed along the all. right to reject any and all bids. follows: Iva M. Strader. daughter
Signed RAYMOND S. Smith. 3001 Chapin Avenue Tampa. 11,
A motorist can drive from the passed, imposing a small toll weather road. It was flanked Director Flagler County Civil Florida. All claims and demands

; ..East to Chicago without. halting on travellers and goods, for the with 66 taverns, inns, and ho Feb. Defense 5-ltc Office. of such creditors decedent against shall be the duly estate sworn of

. for a 'stop ,signal or .crossroad. purpose of keeping some partsof tels. -- to and filed in the office of the

Some road planner believe this important line 'of communications Other Turnpikes ,Built Notice Is hereby NOTICE given that a County from the Judge first within publication eight of months'this

in municipal election will be held In notice, or the same will be forever
good repair. The
the toll-road boom is doomed, Lancaster Turnpike'senormous the City of Bunnell. Florida, on barred according to law.

however, by, the multimillion- Toll roads spread like webs success triggered a Tuesday the 3rd day of March. This 27th day of January A. D.
A. D. 1959 for the purpose of elect- 1959.
dollar Federal program intendedto throughout England in the 18th I II I boom in turnpikes. Private companies ting two City Commissioners, and IVA M. STRADER.

provide 40,000 miles of free, I and 19th centuries. They ,were spread networks of such all names persons printed desiring upon to the have official their T. T. Cook, Esquire Petitioner

superhighways in the next 13 not wholly popular. People had roads throught New Englandand ballots as candidates are requiredto Bunnell. Florida
I file written notice of their Intention Attorney for Petitioner
years. i got used to' the notion of the the East. New York State to be candidates in the office Feb. 5-12-19-26 tc

Long Period of Neglect King's Highway, a term mean alone chartered some 500 turn- the of 20th the day City of Clerk February on or before A. D. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF

After'the road-building Roman :ing perpetual right of passage pike and toll-bridge companies 1959.Notice Is hereby further given FLAGLER CHANCERY COUNTY NO. 3833 FLORIDA- IN"

Empire fell by the wayside about i over another's land. Rioters during the period. By 1830, the that the registration books of the MARGARET LUCATELLI

pulled down tollhouses and United States had 27,000 milesof City of Bunnell. Florida, are now Plaintiff
A.D. 500, roads became..'a I I open for the registration of voters
pressing problem in Western gates. surfaced roads, most of them to and including the 20th day, till JULIUS LUCA T r.LI.
12 Noon of February A. D. 1959. Defendant.
,, Europe, the National Geographicsays. The American colonies were I II I turnpikes stemming out from L. H. Drady NOTICE TO DEFEND
No major roads or bridges having road troubles, too. Virginia sizeable towns. Jan. 22-29 & Feb. 5-12--4 tc Julius Lucatelli

were built for about five cen I in 1632 passed the coun Even so 19th century roads IN THE -CIRCUIT-COURT-OF Julio's Tappan Villa RoadNorwood Stresa

turies. Old thoroughfares became i try's first road act, providing were generally dreadful. The FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN New Jersey ,
CHANCERY NO. 3615 You are hereby notified that a
quagmires in winter and I that highways "shall be layed statesman Harrison Gray Otis, WILLIAM MAGNER suit has been filed against you In

I writing his wife, described the Plaintiff the abouve entitled cause; and you
vs. are hereby required to file your
condition of the Washington. SHIRLEY answer with the Clerk of this
Baltimore road in 1815: 'The MAGNER.Defendant.. Court and to serve a copy therot
NOTICE TO DEFEND upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs
Bladensburg Run, before we THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: attorney, whose name and address'
Shirley Magner 18:
came to the bridge, was happilyin Address Unknown W. Cecil Grant
no place above the horses' You are hereby notified that a 407% Main St.
suit has been filed against you In Daytona Beach Florida
ALL WASHABLES bellies. As we passed through, the above entitled cause; and you not later than March 6th A. D.,
are hereby required to file your an- 1959.
the driver pointed out to us the swer with the Clerk of this Court If you fail to do so. decree pro
I spot right under the wheels and to serve a ,copy thereof upon confesso will be entered againstyou
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, for the relief demanded in the
where the stage horses last yearSALES whose name and address is: bill of complaint. The nature of
GENERAL ELECTRIC Ray Selden said suit being for Divorce, custody -
Selden' Building and support of minor child.
Daytona Beach, Florida WITNESS my hand and seal of
not later than February 13th A..D.I I Bald Court this 30th day of January '
eAUTOMA'TIC 1959. A. D. 1959.
If you fall to do so, decree pro (Official Seal)
[? Dl1lJrnJCLID[; [ [ ( confesso -will be entered againstyou RALPH E. HARBERT
for the relief demanded in the Clerk of said Circuit Court

bill said of suit complaint.being for The divorce nature and of Feb. 5-12-19.Z6--4to !

custody of minor child. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
WASHER said Court this 12th day. of January CHANCERY NO. 3629
(Official Seal) Plaintiff
2 WASH SPEEDS /sI'c Clerk of, said Circuit Court IDA V. OLDE .SHA W.
Jan. 15-22-29 & Feb. 5-4tc Defendant
.::::<. -- .. 4- CHANCERY NO. 3617 406 South Washington
: 1 LUIGI SANTELLA. Moorestown New Jersey
'iEI Plaintiff, You are hereby notified that a .
) MARIA suit has been filed against you
CICERA ANNUZIATA in the above entitled cause; and you
f DOM SANTELLA. are hereby required to file your
.. Defendant. answer with the Clerk of this
NOTICE TO DEFEND Court. and to serve a copy thereof
"- Cicera Maria Annuziata San-
torney, whose name and addressIs
I ; : NonaocmraLFILTERFIO WISE ADVERTISING. CALL US Carpenone tella I: Ray Selden

WASHING ACTION TODAY AND LETS TALK ABOUT Compobassi (Prov.) Italy Selden Building
You are hereby notified that a Daytona Beach Floridanot
: EUMMATB LINT, SOAP YOUR ADVERTISING NEEDS. suit has been filed against you in later than March 6th A. D.
the above entitled and
cause; you 1959.
I : SCUM AND : are hereby required to file your answer If you fall to do so. decree pro
<> : with the Clerk of this Court confesso will be entered againstyou
ROM YOUR and to serve a copy thereof upon for the relief demanded in the
: the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney bill of complaint. The nature of
@@@: whose name and address is: said suit being for divorce.
I :::@: ::: Ray Selden WITNESS my hand and seal of
(.. NOW Selden Building said Court this 28th day of January
< Daytona Beach, Florida A. D. 1959.Official .
I II t J1a ltr tJfrthuu not later than February 20th A. D. ( Seal)
? 1959.
If you fail to do so, decree pro Clerk of said Circuit Court
$'-411 B1JJnmLL, FLORIDA confeaso will be entered againstyou Feb. 5-12-19-25--4tc
MODEL WA-850 for the relief demanded in the
bill of complaint. IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH
The nature of said suit being. for JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
w-t MRS. M. B. FULLER, Editor Divorce. FLORIDA i
WITNESS hand and seal o
said Court this 15th day of January PETE MOURIKAS
LONG WEARING PORCELAIN WASH BASKET AND TUB UsjMto. oaelal Ita........ A. D. 1959. Plaintiff
tor Pmblle N.ttecs .f Plaster Ralph E. Harbert LILLIAN L. MOURIKAS,
KILLUMINATEp EASY-TO.READ CONTROLS Osmty. MsrnlelsalltlM tfcevtla Jan. 22-29 & Feb. 5-12, -ttc NOTICE TO APPEAR Defendant.AND
Entered as a.eud class) sMttet
February tb* NO. 3624.EDWARD You are hereby notified that a
REED LAWMAN.. suit has been brought against you
BaaaelL Florida, mater etMarch et Plaintiff in the Circuit Court of Flakier
1 S. 18TC. YOLANDER County. Florida, in equity by PETE
RUTH LAWMAN. MOURIKAS'Plaintiff and you are
Defendant. hereby required to file personally,
k I NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONIN or by Attorney, with the Clerk of
'rttatk'' One year_-1140OlX THE NAME OF THE STATEOF said Court, 'your written defenses
; month. 'L35 FLORIDA: If any. to the Complaint in said
,TO: RUTH YOLANDA LAWMAN suit on or before the 28th day
Cuthbert Manor Apt. M-1 of February A.D. 1959. and also
Westmount. New Jersey to serve a -copy of your written
HARRIS APPLIANCE JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT. IN AND YOU ARE HEREBY cited notified Solicitors for Plaintiff at their office -
FOR FLAGLER COUNTY. FLOR admonished ordered and required at 411 Main Street. Daytona
Phone ID 7-3551 Bunnell, Florida IDA. IN CHANCERY.. CASE NO. to file your answer to the Beach. Florida on or before the
3543 + bill of complaint filed herein 28th February, A. D. 1959.
FRANCES D. LEGGETT against you In the above entitled as dar.of by the Florida equity
Plaintiff cause In the office of the Clerk of rules, and herein fall not or Decree
-ve- the Circuit Court In and for Flag Pro Confesso and Final Decree will
FOR ALL HOURS DAY OR NIGHT THOMAS B. LEGGE"M": ler County, Florida, on or before be entered against you by default.
Defendant. the 28th day of ,February. A. D. I You are further notified that the
DIVORCE 1959. and to serve a copy of such name of the Court In which said
NOTICE TO APPEAR answer upon HAWKINS. ORFINGER suit has been. instituted is the Cir
AMBULANCE i I THE "STATE OF FLORIDA- TO: & MOORE. Attorneys for Plain cuit Court. Seventh Judicial Circuit -
PHONE VAlley 41625AUGUSTINE. THOMAS B. LEGGETT tiff herein whose address is 218 of Florida. In equity, and that
Address Unknown East Granada Post Office
Avenue the title of said cause Is as herein-
,SERVICE You are hereby notified that a Box 1934. Ormond Beach. Florida above set forth.
ST FLORIDA suit for divorce has been filed on or before said date as required You are further notified that the
against you in ',the above entitled by the Florida Equity' Rules. nature of said suit is a suit for
cause_and you are hereby. requiredto THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE Is divorce and exclusive custody of
HOTS be hesitant about calling: a Garcia JUnhtfomf We serve upon Plantiffs Attorney hereby designated as the newspaper the minor children of the parties
whose name and address appear In which this order shall be hereto. as more ,fully set forth In
are always at your service with promptness safety and hereon your written defense if any published once a week for four the Complaint.
to the Bill of Complaint in said consecutive weeks. WITNESS my hand and seal of
suit on or before the 14th day of HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A DECREE office at Bunnell. Flagler County
February A. D. 1959: else a Decree PRO CONFESSO WILL BE Florida this find day of January,
Pro Confesso will be entered ENTERED YOU FOR
A.D. 1959.
Equipped With Oxygen Resttsifcator and Inhalater against you.WITNESS. SUCH FAILURE. The nature of RALPH E. HARBERT
my hand and seal thU this suit Is a bill for divorce. As Clerk of the Circuit Court
13th day of January A.' D. 1959. .WITNESS MY' HAND and seal of of Flagler County. Florida
Garcia, Funeral Home RALPH .E. 1ARBERT'As office at Bunnell Flagler County (Circuit Court Seal)
Clerk. of said, Court Florida this 20th day of January, By Audrey B. McKnlpht.
(Court Seal .. .
) A. D. 1959.
P. 'E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director W., LVWADSWORTH (Beal) RALPH E. HARBERTClerk OSSINSKY rot' TCRofPUt .Clerk.
P. o. 'Box 39* Circuit Court Solicitors for Plaintiff
LADY A86ZBTAXT Bunnell. Florida .
I Flagler County. Florida 411 Main Street
Solicitor for ,Plaintiff. <- By Audrey McKnlght.t Daytona Beaely Flortda '
&r--------------------- Jan. lb-22.29 Feb..6-Itc. Jan..,29 Feb..5-U !i- Jan. 29 & FebTf-12.1, 4tc .f
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,I Mr. Moody's Friends Mrs. A. A. Walker had as her Walker, of New Smyrna Beach

) Invited To Call 1 guests Wednesday, Mrs. W. L. visited with her Wednesday and
Nelson, and Mrs. George ,Ott of Thursday.
Tuesday EveningMr. New Smyrna Beach.

and Mrs. M. B. Fuller will Her grand daughter, Nancy Continued on Page 6)

hold open house at their home,
LOCALjWatsonBell I It
II 901 East Lambert Ave., Tuesday .
Ii i I evening, February 10, honoringMr. _V i' "T .v 'i \:w. v v ;.
George Moody, Sr. vyk 61NIRM-W ELECTRIC
t groom was Frank Fogerty of ; ,_ ''KV*
Jacksonville. Ushers were Allen Mr. Moody will be celebratinghis 7 l, A*:. &>>v

Wedding VowsExchanged Dill and Johnny Ahrens of Jack 80th birthday anniversary, ,- Oefuxe ifOiftodi 'k
J sonvile, Jackie Botterbusch and I and his .friends and relatives are .
1 cordially invited to call between
The First Methodist Church of Lew Wadsworth of Bunneil. REFRIGERATORMUPIETIC.
( 7 and 9 that evening.StuartBradley J: ; "
1 setting C" "h "
Bunnell was the .Saturday The bride, given in manage P' '
(- afternoon at ,four o'clock
by her stepfather wore a
for the beautiful", wedding ceremony length gown of hand clipped '

uniting Miss Claudia Chantilly lace and nylon tulle. Wedding Plans
t Gail Watson and Mr. Fred Bell. The basque bodice featured long Are Announced
The bride is the daughter of
I tapered sleeves and a tiny stand-
:, Mrs. George M. Moody of Flag- up collar. The bouffant skirt of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph G. Costnerof 1tfi l
ler Beach and the groom is the with Beach :;Itf!! !! IUJWWO.f.
tulle was highlighted a Daytona announce the ........
son of K. P. Bell of Jacksonville. lace panel and appliques of lace engagement and approaching

sonville. and hand ruffles of tulle cascading marriage of their daughter, Edna Safety

The Rev. Wesley O. Wilder officiated from the waist to the Stuart to Mr. Herbert E. Bradley,
at the double ring ceremony hem. Her finger veil of sheerest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Bradley I'I DOOR

.. bridal illusion was attached to I Espanola..

Baskets and bouquets of white a lace cap. She carried a white The date of the wedding has fli *

chrysanthemums and stock decorated prayer book which was topped been set for eleven o'clock Sat

the church altar. Potted I with an arrangement of step. urday morning, February 14, at
and cathedral candle- hanotis, white streamers and the First Methodist Church of
palms topped with.white yellow throated Bunnell. The
f labra were used to complete the I pastor, Rev. Wes.
setting.As orchids. ley Wilder, will officiate.No .

the wedding guests assembled Mrs. Moody selected for her invitations are being mail.
ed but all friends of
.. Mrs. J. A. Babbitt offered I daughters wedding a pale blue coupleare MODEL LB-JO
invited to the
a program of appropiate' music. lace dress fashioned with below ceremony.THE ''lM.VAYl.VAM4ILOVLw1'inv'.i'Ax

Mr. Walter Morris was soloist. I the elbow length sleeves and a Three Full Width Shelves

Miss JoAnn Morris of Bunnell I full skirt. Her accessories were ROBERT COOKS '"> Simplified Single Dial
matching blue and her flowerswas ENTERTAIN Temperature Control
was maid of honor.' Tide brides. I GUESTSMr.
maids were Miss Barbara Babbitt -I a corsage of red carnations.Mrs. x Full Width Freezer
and Miss Marcia McNabof and Mrs. Robert Cook haveas .j Full Width Chiller Tray r:IJ$19:!: 9
Herbert Patterson, grand. their houseguests their J w-t
Flagler Beach, Miss BettyJo son | Butter Keeper Keeps Buttery
Revels of Bunnell and Miss mother of the bride, was attiredin and daughter in law, Mr. and I Just Right for Spreading ? .,.
a Navy blue two-piece crepe Mrs. Charles Cook and their Removable and Adjustable OM O
Marilyn Bishop of Jacksonvile. dress with which she wore white little daughter, Door Shelves
The attendants I Shirley Lee, of ;J 1
were gowned
hat and gloves. Her flowers wasa Muskogee, Okla. 11} i
alike in ,red taffeta .fashioned
white carnation corsage. Their little
with fitted bodices and full daughter,
-eJIII Shirley Lee, was christened
t skirts. They wore pearl chokers Following the ceremony Mr. in
a service at the First
necklaces, their gifts from the and Moody entertained with a Methodist
Church during the
bride, and long white gloves. reception at their home in VenIce eleven o'clock '
Their matching headbands were Park, Flagler Beach. Mrs. Sunday service. The pastor., 'CTRicPa
Rev. Wesley Wilder
adorned with bows of red taffeta Walter Morris kept the bride's officiated.
Others.who.,werj guests at the ..
and red circlet veils. Their book.. t HARRIS APPLIANCEPhone
flowers were cascade bouquetsof Mr. and Mrs. Bell left on a Cook home Sunday included Mr.
white and red carnations. short wedding trip 'after which and Mrs. Fred Lange and sons I ID 7-3551 Bunnell, Florida

Serving as flower girl was they will reside in Jacksonville. James, Edward, and Roger, of

Eula Lee Moody who wore a i Mrs. Bell traveled in a red St. Augustine. Mrs. Lange and
white dress fashioned along the velvet suit dress with which she Mrs. Cook are sisters.

same lines and her headpiecewas wore matching red hat and BRANNAM'SFood
white. The brides brother, white gloves. Her flowers were Mrs. John Jarosz ,has returnedto

Gary Watson was ring bearer. ,the orchids from .her bridal bou her home here after two
Serving as best man for the I quet. weeks in the St .Vincent Hospital '
I in Jacksonville where she
received medical treatment.
I 1i.

NOTICE. Casmir Snow Sr., has gone to Your Red & White Store

i. Miami for a visit after spending
the past two months at Favoritta I 119 N. BAY St. Phone ID 7-3496 I

You are hereby notified that the Tax Assessoror visiting with his mother Mrs. K.

his assistant' will be present in the various pre- Snow. All ,Flavors Gelatine

cincts on the day. and hour shown below; for the
JELLO 5 for39c
purpose of receiving tax returns on real, personal,
and intangible property, and applications for home-
i Ann Hunter entertained Red & White 14 oz.
stead and other exemptions. 'members of the Pinette Club at CATSUP 19f

a buffet supper, Monday eve. ._ .
Precinct No. 1 14-8:00-Bunnell, Tax Assessor's Office-Saturday. ning at the home of Mrs. Jessie .1.- -....- ---... .- --
February A.M. to 12:00 Noon.Precinct
Muzyka on Deen Road., MEAT DEPARTMENT
No. 2-Flagler Beach. Post Office-Tuesday. Feb. Mrs. Nancy Rodgers was .welcomed
ruary 17-9:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon.
as a new member of the Fresh Flo. D&DPRYING ,
Precinct No. 5A-Reptile Gardens-Tuesday. .February. 17 club and Mrs. Sally Dompe of '
2:00 P. M. to 3:00 CHICKENS 33
(( P.M. Gainesville was a'' visiting mem ib.

Precinct No. 5 Espanola Old Post Office Building-Tues No Limit '
day February: 17-4:00 to 5:00 P.M. '. Swifts Premium.FRANKS

Precinct No. 3A-KOI'ODCL Catholic Church-Thursday, Feb. ber.TV 49Cib,69c
ruary 19 9:00 A. M to 10:00' A. M. Bob Cello u,

Precinct No. 3-Haw Creek,, Townsend Store. Thursday Western Corn Fed CENTER CUT
February 19-11:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon.
Precinct No. 4A Bunnell. 'Post Off! Thursday. February SERVICE
-2:00 P..M., to 3:00 P.M. Fresh Ground A'l .f.
all makes
Precinct No. 4-St. Johns Park. Community Hall Thursday; BEEP 3 Si 1

t February 194:00- P.M. to 5:00 P.M. Sales, Tubes and

The Tax Laws require that you file a returnon : Antenna Installation Russ 16 oz. I

personal and intangible property regardless of 9-
the amount, before April 1st., and I. am forced to

i r. assess a'ten (10)' percent ,penalty upon:your failure_ -. Bluebird 6 oz.ORANGE *

to do so JUICE 6 for $1

;. j All applications for exemption must also be' Swonsons 11 oz. BEEF. CHICKEN or TURKEY

t: filed before April 1st. The Tax Assessor's Ofice SHELL FILL, &: SAND '
1 is open from,8 A. M. to 12:00 Noon and'1:00 to 4:30 DIRT CONTRACTSCALL

t P. M. and we ,will be glad to render'any.assistnace ,Winter Garden 24.oz.

1:. I possible.f APPLE PEACE & CHERRY PIES 39c'Cc

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Respectfully' ;*.V .--,-{: ; .s..;; EMIL M1SSINNE 'Bordens. Pet_.-:and Bed & White -

;r' D..-.D. MOODYV..t' .. < .!, T Phone HE..12OI4FLAGLER .. MILK. ';3 caaa: 39C.

+f Tax. Assessor ."' ,, .... i. St BEACH Limit 6 Cm with Order. ,
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Members of the Friendly Class A cord of wood is a stack 81
LITTLE: PIGEON CREEK :INDIANA 1827 are sponsoring a ham supper at feet long, 4 feet wide and 4 feet O. F. ALFORD
the old Methodist Church building high., I Registered
Wednesday evening. February -

;;, QDEP.Y! : I! 11.Mrs. Corinthian architecture is characterized Real Estate Broker: II

-_ goes ANY by columns, usually Bunnell Florida
/ COLLEGEFRESHMAN Peter Kenderick of St. elaborately fluted and carved. I..........-....................................

Augustine spent Wednesday of -
Yd1i1K+fvwAt Ir last week here visiting with Mr.
11 I REM.LY'rou&Hi and :Mrs. George Biddle. Mrs. INSIRE-Sfiy Insured & Rest Assured
=i TOAAY'al Kenderick is a former residentof
Bunnell, and Mrs. Biddle in-
it 11 lIE vited several of her friends to GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROMH.
ilh1'i.ii II 11! _
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call by for a visit with her during -

ilI'F the afternoon.Mr. t. COOK AGENCY I

and Mrs. Carlton Johnstonand
three children, and Mr. and Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida
Mrs. Ed Copeland spent last
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weekend in Savannah, Georgia,
visiting with friends and rela


II II I May we take this method of /TSfcv ENJOY OUR

"S thanking our neighbors and JflRpf
friends for their many kind expressions -
Q V I of sympathy in our ErTfcl FOOD
breavement. These expressionsare

Subscribe for The FXogler -ribuntS2 I deeply appreciated.The POPULAR PRICES
0 A Year In Advance Wife and Family of
J. C. Hall, Sr. Phone IDlewood 7-3280 Bunnell '

. T CLASSIFIEDADS I Cork comes from the outer -
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bark of a species of oak foundin
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Knight the Mediterranean area.
have as their house guests Dr. CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
and Mrs. Nelson Dunn of Ft. Com acreage in the U.S. exceeds -
....u... .m4oT daIa fceftttMF ana that of wheat, oats, bar- .
Mate 9r w.r* eaefc Iwwrttoa* Worth, Texas who are spending H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
BO orats to .Waar ekarss three weeks here. Mrs. Dunnis ley, rye and rice combined. JOHN HARDIN. Associate

FOR SALE-;.Four month old Mr. Knights sister, the former .
heifer large size. Price $35.00.I Miss Freida Knight of Bun A BUNNELL AIR LADY OXYGEN

Mrs. Snow, Favoretta Star Route. nell. G LODGE No. 200 CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I ATTENDANT. I EQUIPPED
Bunnell. Feb. 5-ltp F. & .A. M. AMBULANCES
Mrs. Joe Kiley and little son
FOR RENT small apartmentto of Quebec City, Canada, are'the Meets First and Third Tuesday Phone ID 7-3532
rent on ground floor to couple house guests of her parents, Dean M. Peterson W. M.I '
or couple with one 0 child. South i Mr. and Mrs. Louis Trad. JOHN A. CLEGG Secy. I 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA .
city limits Highway 1, Mrs. A. -
O. Thompson. 2-5-ltc
HELP WANTED-Would like to
contact personable man capableof
operating transit mix concrete GOES AND .
plant in this'. area. Thorough ,
knowledge of trucks necessary.
Darby Concrete, Eustis, Florida, .
'EL 72200. 1.29.2tp GOES AND

;FOR SALE New 2 bedroom ., : .
;homes on 80 X 115 lots with private "
canal in Venice Park, Flag- .j !
ler Beach. Big livingdiningroom GOES ON A .
with snack bar, built-in
,electric kitchen and refrigerator, ".
a lot of birch cabinets, colored 7: 1
,tile bathrooms, Florida and ,util .
:, ity rooms, garage, sidewalks, J
and city water. See E. Huber,
builder-owner, Lantana Avenue,i
Venice Park, or call HEmlock
92196. 1.29.2tc .
valescent Home, 134 Oveida st:,

St Augustine. Can take elderly, "', .
ambulatory, 1 or 2 bed patients.: ';.' r, .4 a .
Phone VAlley 4.2905 1.22.3tc .
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FOR RENT-4 room furnished ,
house by week or month. Private ::" "'.
.. fishing pier-on Intracoastal Canal ".;. I
, 4 mUles south of Marine
' 'land. Telephone Parrot Village, Biscayne 4-Door Sedan shorn the Fisher Body beauty of Chevrolet's lowest priced series for '59.
HE 92163. 1-15-tfc .

. Income ED BIELEJESKI Tax Consultant I CHEVY'S NEW 81-THRIFT 6 "

1 mile Highway'west of 100.Bunnell ; :

-Phone-ro 7.3307, 1.1-tfc More milM rre twcJk In a gallon of regular-grade extra pep it gives you for passing and climbing hills.This

FOR SALE-2 bedroom CBS go -i up to&%more-and Chevy9s new Hi-Thrift is due to higher torque at normal speeds. .

home in Hillcrest, Flagler Beach. engine puts them there. It also gives you more it
that looks and
. Large lot and large garage, vacant may be hard to anything
Call H. F. Lerch, HEmlock "gin" in the speeds you drive the most. moves like this 59 Chevy can be such a stickler for

;, 92395. 12-4-tf Here's. an engine that always seems able to coax extra economy. But-whether you pick-the Hi-Thrift 6 or a

:" :FOR RENT-At Flagler Beach miles out of a tank of regular-grade: gas.In fact,if you're vim-packedV8-this is just
. 3 bedroom unfurnished house. one of those drivers who keep tab on things like gas one more reason Chevy'sthecarthat'swantedforall
See Harold_ Massie at Flagler mileage, you'll soon see for yourself that,this new Hi- CHEVROLET
,:', 'Beach. ll-2Y-if Thrift 6 gets to 10% miles
' up more a gallon. its worth. Stop by your

''t Another thing,you'll like about this 135-h.p. 6 is the dealer's and see. Theamartawitch into the'59 Cheryl ..
!;- :LOTS, ,HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, '-" now-see the wider selection of models at'your, local,authorized, Chevrolet dealer's! t':) <

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us for your real estate needs }
s Office Phone HE 9.2032 ,c. 'I-
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Residence Phones ID 7.3691or T

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