The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
February 12, 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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i 19 VOLUME 47,, NO. 5 i' BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEB. 12; 1959 UH $2.50 A YEAR '

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( Conference JUMP SHOWN Mrs. Stanich Dies DIMES DRIVES Who Is To Pay

f k. Tourney Here IN SALES TAX Wednesday After FINAL FIGUREThe For Traffic LightA

final amount collected in

Feb.1213'.1"4 FOR JANUARYThe A Short IllnessMrs. the March of Dimes drive in this Bit UncertainJust

state sales ,tax collectionof county is $1,248.20. Z. D. Hol

3 per cent in Flagler county land, county chairman, an- i
The ,St. ,Johns River Confere from January sales jumped more Frances Stanich of Bun- nounced today.At who is to pay the cost
ence is to start their basketball nell passed away Wednesday of a traffic light at the crossingof
than 25 percent over December,
tournament here'today. morning in the local hospital this time last week a totalof State Road 11 and U. S. Highway -
according to a report by
after a brief illness. She was $1,115.15 had been contributedbut 1 here is uncertain.
Bunnell drew a bye. The first Ray E. Green, state comptroller.The the widow of the late Joseph additional amounts came in ]I

game is between D&B and Mac collected tax for December Stanich of Bunnell. since that time. Mr. Holland i I Last week The Tribune -said
clenny at 4 second at 7:30, I I the Board of County Commissioners
; game sales was $6,221.57. For January said that some small amounts I
Crescent City and Hastings; and Mrs. Stanich, was born in, had agreed to pay the
the figure was $8,496.51. may yet be sent in to further I
'the third game at 9 is between I However, this was but slightly Fiume, Austria, in 1876, and I raise the total contributed. I.I II purchase price of the light But
St. Joseph and Baldwin.Friday's came to the::United States in 1 seems The Tribune was in er-
more than the figure for January i iI lit
I 1904. They lived in' Herminie, I .
semifinals start, at.of last year which was $8,089.07.I Pa., until 1922 when they came Will Offer"Agribusiness" !I
I 3:30 and 9. The finals start to Bunnell. She was a member I College Checking with City Clerk L. H.

Saturday night for the girls -at of the Catholic Church. Drady, Monday, it was found
7:30 and boys at 9 o'clock. Honor ,Roll For that the State Road Departmentwas

Mrs. Stanich is survived by requesting the city to adopta

Bunnell High SchoolFourth one daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Pow At September TermThe I resolution stating that the city

: Mrs. Walker ell of Pensacola, Florida; five of Bunnell would "operate andmaintain"
Lilly Grade, Walton Cowart, University of Florida College
sons, Paul Stanich of St. Augustine the light
Delores Deen, Vicki Hein, Bar- of Agriculture plans to expand j I .
; Albert Stanich of Mansfield,!(
Dies WednesdayIn bara Jean Pache, Vicki King, ,the training offered in the I I Also it was found that the
Ohio; Orby Stanich of U. S. Naval I
Dan Cody, Anne Bourne, and field of agricultural business, it j I road board was requesting the
Weapons Station in York-
Kathryn Emery. has been announced by Dean Board of County Commissionersto
Local Hospital town, Va.,; Johnny Stanich of I
Marvin A. Brooker. adopt a resolution authorizing
1 Fifth Grade Margie Lee Blake. Sanford and P. J. Stanich of
.the road board
to use
j 1 Jane Walker longtime ly, 'Sue Ellen Deen, Susan Mc Bunnell. Also surviving are Beginning in September, the
Mrs. Lilly I :road funds to "purchase and in
resident of''Bu nell_ died Millan, Stanford Robertson, Betty seven grandchildren and seven department of agricultural eco- stall" the light and that this was

i Wednesday evening 'in a local I I II" I Lynn Bourne, Sherry Hargett, I great.grandchildren.I nomics will have a curriculumin I necessary before the road board
Catherine Hinson, Emma Jean agricultural business man I
hospital following v an Illness of Funeral services will ,be held could advertise for bids.
several weeks. She was the Lovelace,' Lewis Smizielski, and I from St. Stephens Catholic'agement to provide training for
; Brenda Tucker. those interested in farming pro- Then checking with
widow of the late A. Walter Church at 10 o'clock Saturday County
t fessional farm management, [Commissioner Clerk Har-
Walker. She was 79 years of Ralph
Sixth Grade, Hope Hatcher, morning ,with Father Vincent
marketing and processing, farm I I bert it was learned that the
age. Mike Church, Jean Wolfe, Heidi Smith saying M Ss. I
t supply, federal and state regulatory original' motion by the board to
-' Mrs., Walker was a ,native of Eisenbach, Linda Kobylarski, 'The Rosary will( be said agencies,I farm magazines, adopt the resolution stated that
\ Ida Allen Gloria ,Johnston, Levi 8 o'clock Friday'.evening at the I
: Bristol, England, and came' to farm organizations and many the road board :was to be' authoriied -
the United' States, in 1912. 'She Brannam, Scott Crews, George I I Craig Funeral Home of Bunnell. I others. to "install" a 'light.relU'esentatJ.vecThe .
M Milner, and Elbert'Tucker. Interment be made at the ..
I. moved with 'her family to Bun. will I
nell in 1917'and had'resided attheirfarm I Il San Lorenzo.Cemetery in St. Au : A related curriculum' was introduced 'A: : ? Tribune .
..w--- oh the;*Haw Creek l, Seventh Grade, Nell Johnston, gustineMiss;*- ,i- ,,.,.- -- ..I- in,thrall"of :1958.* 'It was::,at"the"t5Unly..commissioners -
Robbie Tucker David Brown Sue
7 road since that'time:' Her grandson -' King, Allida 'Tucker, ,Howard I was designed,especially for stu ,meeting when City Commis.
I I dents interested in fresh fruit stoner Charles
; Chandler resided ( I E. Creal appeared
Johnny Emery, and ,Linda Cody.
with her since her husband's % CulpepperDies marketing and packing house before the board and asked

death. I Eighth Grade, Quentin Emery, management."The the county board to purchase the
,\ ,Sandra Gumble, Linda Harris, light with secondary funds. Mr.
Funeral services were held at Carol Hoskins, Della Sue May, ThursdayIn new curriculum will have I,Creal stating that the city does
from 20 to 25 hours of electives,
3:30 Sunday afternoon at the
Donna Miller, Barbara Smythe, not have budgeted any funds
graveside in:Hope Cemetery with and Barbara Weaver. St. AugustineFuneral enabling the student either to I I for such purpose and estimatedthe
Rev. Wesley Wilder officiating. broaden his training or to spec-
cost at approximately $3000.
Ninth Grade, Mary Susan Bran-
ialize in his chosen area of interest
Johnson Davis Funeral Home of
nam, Elaine Deen, Nellie Ray, services for Miss Mar : ," Dr. Brooker. 1 l' Harbert said he understood
Palatka was in ,charge of, ar v says the motion
11 Boyd Robertson, and Connie tha Key Culpepper were held 'I to adopt the resolution -
rangements. 1 Shields. Monday afternoon in Craig Funeral : "This new curriculum is offered I was to "install" and not to
Pallbearers were Duane Deen, I Tenth Grade, Diane Adams, Chapel in St. Augustine. I as part of our efforts to I"purchase." The minutes so

D. D. Moody, Homer Brooks, L. Kathy Anderson, ,Nancy Bran- Interment was in Evergreen Cem- better fit the needs of College state.

M. Whitaker,' George Moody, Jr., nam, Mary Jo Daugherty, Polly etery there. of Agriculture students today," City Commissioner Creal said
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and Henry Wells. Forson, and Patty Niesen. She died about six o'clock last ha added. Wednesday that he had asked

Survivors are two daughters, Eleventh Grade, Robert Cook, Thursday evening at a St. Augustine I II the county board to use secondary -
Ronald Jaczczak, Judy Lewis, hospital following a "
Mrs. Kathleen Byington of Jack- to "purchase. Just
Bob Libbey Mike Parker Jo Ann brief illness. Eighth Annual .
sonville, and Mrs. Muriel Collierof I how the mixup occurred is not
Morris, David Shields. ;Miss Culpepper was the daughter certain
'Miami; two sons, Julian The Tribune feels
Brown of Palatka and Gilbert Twelth Grade, Joan Harding, I of :Mrs. John B. Culpepper of "Jeanie" Contest that the matter should be ironed

Walker'of Jacksonville. Also I Margaret Peavy, and Rhoda I St. Augustine and the late Rev. out as speedily as possible. The

surviving are ten grand! children. Thiel.F. I John B. Culpepper. The family This Saturday.; light should be bought and In-

came here in 1930 and Rev. Cul The eighth annual "Jeane stalled by some body before a
pepper was pastor of the First fatal accident
With the Brown Hair" occurs at the extremely -
CIGARETTE TAX F. A. Boys Go Methodist Church of Bunnell ditions featuring Light 20 young au-vo dangerous crossing.
four years. Miss Culpepper was
./ IS DISTRIBUTED calists will be held in the lower
To Tampa Fair 32 years of age.
The tax rebated to' cities and She is survived by her mother auditorium of the Stephen Fos. PTA SETS STUDY

towns by the state from collections Saturday who resides at 60 LighthouseAve. I ter Carillon Tower at White 2 P.M. Saturday, February NEXT WEDNESDAYThe
from December sales of ., in St. Augustine. I
cigarettes has been distributedin (By Larry Smith. Reporter) 14, and the annual Jeanie I Flagler-Volusia P.-T. A.

Flagler county. The amounts Twenty members of the Bun- Ball, at which the winner will County Council will sponsor a

listed are: nell Future Farmers Chapter at 4-H To Organize be crowned, will be staged in I study on Florida's Minimum

Bunnell, $1,417.58; ,Flagler tended the State Fair in Tampa I the Foster Museum building Saturday I Foundation for Education on

Beach, $611.88; Beverly Beach, Saturday. We left here at 3:15 Girls Club In night, Thelma A. Boltin,: Wednesday, February 18 from 9

$45.10; and Marineland, $33.48. Saturday morning and arrived I special events director at the to 1:30.
there about 8:25. Foster l\Iemorial"on the Suwan-
The total state collection for "
Flagler CountyAt The study will be at the Ocean
I River said
nee today.
December amounted to $2,900- Dairy' judging began about
Room of the, Daytona Plaza Ho-
47655. The' tax is ,five ,cents, a I 9:15 and the beef and swine the 4H Club meeting Tues-
Auditions are open to the public tel in Daytona Beach. All mem-
judging was from 10:05 to afternoon held in the court
and that proportion I a- day
package but the ball is an invita bers are urged to attend.
bout 10:35. The rest of the time house discussion held and
rebated to municipalities, on a a was tion event of the Stephen Fos
S per package basis of those sold I until 4:30 was spent in the fairgrounds plans were made to organize a ter :Memorial Corporation of the

in the corporate. limits ,of the and visiting exhibits. girl's 4-H Club in lagler Coun- Florida Federation of Music DISTRICT PTA TO
municipalities.' We arrived'home' :about 10:30: ty, Club Reporter Johnny Simpson
Clubs Miss Boltin
Saturday nightBeef said today. HOLD MEET HEREA

judging ,team was, Larry During the meeting Club Adviser Jeanie of 1959 will receive the. district P.-T. A. meeting,will

,DRIVER EXAMS, Smith, James ,McKenney, and Howard Taylor gave a talkon $500 Stephen Foster Memorial be held here on February 24 at .

DATES CHANGED Brice Hosford.. Swine judging heart worms in. dogs. Three Commission. scholarship at the I Bunnell high school building at

**" team was Thomas .M.. Mose At local dogs were tested and two coronation ball. Jeanie will be '10 A.'M., Mrs. Frances Edmonson

County Judge puane.Deen. an- kinson, David $akefna ., The of them were found to have crowned by'Mrs. Ronald A. Du- .said 'today.:

nounced today that driver license dairy team was Jerry Burnsed, heart 'worms. They also saw a gan, Beloit, Wis:. president of Judge Marion Goodling of

tests will be given on Feb Flynn Edmonson, and Mike German Shepherd's heart which the National Federation of Music : Jacksonville will be guest speaker.

ruary 18 25, and March 4 at Cook .,. .had been preserved ,for several Clubs.R "A report on the recent legislative -

the courthouse. years in a jar. The dog had conference held in Talla-

Thes .tests will be held on The principal shellfish of Flor been killed by heartworms. A. Gray has been the Sec. hassee will also be given.

Wednesday; ,instead ,of. Tuesdayas Iida are. shrimp, oysters* blue,I. About 'ten members' attended retary.of State of Florida since Luncheon will be served at
in the past and crawfish. the meeting. April 12, J1930. 1 o'clock in the school cafeteria.

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cercLUNA 1 GARDEN CLUB Mrs. Bernie Wilson entertained Scott Wilder, Bobby Gumbler 1
:J-fi The Flagler Beach Garden Fridayat her home with.a birth Mickey Sindelar, Dale Abbott
g Club held Its monthly business day party, honoring her daughter Dennis Clay and Arthur Mc-
\ meeting Tuesday afternoon in Barbara who was seven Daniel were the six boys from
BABBITT the Woman's Club building with that day. They played several Cub Pack 172 who took part in

Telephone HEmlock 9-2098' 16 members attending. 0 n e games including bingo and mu- the Scout parade in- Daytona
guest present was Mrs. Florence sical chairs. Prizes were won by Beach Saturday.This .
WOMAN'S CLUB CALENDARThe Schwenk. Hostesses were Mrs. Sandra Abbott, Debbie Johnson concluded Scout Week ac-
FLAGLER BEACH "Club Informer," circu- Mickey Massie and Mrs. Hannah Janet Sue Haines, and" Kathy tivity for the local pack. Bobby
P.-T. A. MEETING lated by .the Flagler Woman's Vogel. Duncan. Other guests were San- Gumble and Mickey Sindelar re-
The Flagler Beach Parent- Club, came out with several Mrs. Esther Junengling pre- dra Owens, Ann Meekins, Beverly ceived their Year Pins at the last
Teacher Association met Tues- dates to remember. A cooking sided and she had Mrs. Thelma Cummins, Joann Wilson, Da- pack meeting here.
day evening in the school cafe- demonstration by Mrs. Mary Crotty read "The Collect" duringthe I vid and Dale Johnson.
torium. Room count was won Pinckard for the Florida Power opening. Howard Taylor, The University of Florida library
by W. E. Fennell's sixth grade. & Light Co. at the club houseon county agricultural agent, was Mrs. Wilson was assisted by has more than 500,000 vol-
Mrs. Bernie, Wilson presided.Mrs. February 18 at 2 o'clock was presented as guest speaker and Mrs. Angus Ross and Mrs. Betty umes.
Wilson gave a history of arranged by L. H. Church. The he gave an interesting and educational Johnson in serving. A decorated
the Flagler Beach school, show- power company will furnish door talk on lawn care, insects cake, heart shaped, was served Florida's principal varieties of
ing its growth and development. prizes and the public is invited. weed control, top soil and with punch and ice cream. sport fish are tarpon, marlin,
She introduced County Shool Su- The public dinner for Sunday,,grasses suitable for the beach L sailfish and kingfish.
perintendent Dean Holland who February 22 will be turkey, area. -- -.

announced that he would hold a I dressing, dessert, and coffee In- I An all day trip to the Aazalea i
question and answer program at cluded. Mrs. Betty Shultz and' Gardens in Palatka was plannedfor COME AND ENJOY
1 o'clock Tuesday February 10, I Mrs. Marie Brede are in charge. I March 5. Those going are to
in the cafetorium and urged alii I The next food sale is to bel I carry their lunch. Transporta- Bill atd Zmma ck&ul'l
patrons to be present. An an- I February 28 at.the Flagler Beach ion can be arranged for memo
nouncement ,was made that the post office with Mrs. Alice Cha- bers by calling Mrs. Juengling.Mrs. .
district P.-T. A. meeting is scheduled ron as chairman and the next i Massie and Mrs. Vogel OCEAN VIEW RESTAURANTOn
for Bunnell on February 24. benefit card party will be March served homemade cake and cof-
A special birthday cake was 6 at the club house with Mrs. fee during the social hour. The

served with punch and coffee. Grace Clay as chairman.Mr. serving ,table carried out the The OCEAN at FLAGLER BEACHTHE
The cake was decorated with Valentine scheme. It was overlaid -
soldiers portraying "The Marchof ,and Mrs. Tom Robbins of I with a lace cloth cover and HOME OF HOME COOKING
Time" up to the Space Age. Lansdale, Penn., stopped over centered with a large red heart
here last week visiting with her I with ribbon streamers and high-
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bell from sister, Mrs. Kay Swayze, on their lighted with red gladioli and red' -and-
Jacksonville visited during the way to South Florida. They plan candles. The door prize, a HOME FOLKS WHO APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE .-
weekend with her mother, Mrs. I to visit here again on their return -; plant, was won by Mrs. Juneg-

. George Miles Moody and Mr. trip. ling. .
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Murphyof The next meeting will be on FOR

Charles Northrip from the Uni- Jacksonville visited here last March 3rd and the hostesses will Prompt Dependable Courteous
versity of Florida in Gainesville Friday with Mr, and Mrs. Elza be Mrs. Isla Kester and Mrs.

spent Thursday and Friday here Burkholder.Mr. Elsie White. Each member is
visiting with Judson Stryker. reminded to bring a plant for
and Mrs. I. I. Moody, son the plant exchange. Guest speaker -
Howard and daughter Nancy, of
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smith from will be Alton Harris from
Lake City spent the weekend
Hawthorne after- Bunnell.
here with his father, George
noon at their home here.
Moody, Sr.IT'S Leonard Moody motored to ID 7-3551 Bunnell

Tallahassee: Friday to spend the Countywide Delivery Service
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'.< schools our universities, our labor 1
"< unions, our civic groups, That ,communism is our, number -I explaining the bill in the introduction I I I It is time we had a thorough

and in the various :fronts and one enemy is".of course,: ad speech, the Reds are always trained, top-pro team on the
field, hard-nosed, but smart and
mitted. We are losing the cold
-. fellow-traveler, groups where on the offensive while we
communism strives and some I war to the communists because seem to be only calling defensive fast. It will take an offensive
team to win this one, and we are
for they have sent ,
times even thrives. many years signals. That's no way to
'' already fir behind. It is this
The Freedom Academy wouldbe their highly.'trained conspirators win 3 football game, or any
abroad in free' lands to spread
a center where men and I other game. (Continued on page 4)
the confusion,' unrest: and violence
women, not only Americans ,but,
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which is the seedbed of .
anticommunist students from I "
communism, and the Red road

i learn all over how the to'free convert world counter, would p to e.the .enslavement of free pea, [AREA=BUSINESS DIRECTORY ] I

action to communism into a real .
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Communism is the root of
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science. The would
Academy I .
recruit a ,faculty composed of most of the perils of the modern AUTO SERVICE 1 BOAT SERVICE

. A. S. (Syd) Herlong the best teachers of counter. world-nuclear warfare, huge
Congressman. Fifth DistrictI action to be found or developed ,I defense spending-inflation, racial McDANIEL'S I I ORMOND MARINA
tensions-and foreign en- NEW COVERED STORAGE
throughout the free world. It I Service Station for boats trailers
have just introduced a bill would turn out graduates highly tanglements. In fact- it is the Concrete Ramp

which ,I hope will eventually skilled and i able to meet the only thing standing in ,the way STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS I MARINE WAYS-EXPERT REPAIRS
this with the communist of a world at peace. Tires-Batteries-Minor I Boats rebuilt & refinished
provide country a conspirators on Repairs i
powerful weapon in the cold war every battleground. It would bea I But communism won't just go Bunnell ID 7-7119 1618 Gulf John white Anderson gaa & marine Dr. OH products 72632
I I leave
with communism.This superbly, trained group dedicated away and us alone. Its

bill will set up a Free to work as hard as, or skilled conspirators work round BOATS AND MOTORS
dom Academy to train dedicatedmen (I I even harder, than the Reds to the clock with greater knowhowthan Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION I

and women with,the know. I j!counteract the Reds and to bols- we have, planting the seedsof Johnson's Boat Basin

how to fight communism where- ster the resistance of free people dissatisfaction, unrest, and I GULP TIRES & BATTERIESOpen I BOATS & MOTORS
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ever it may be found-in our to thfe communist menace. I Rented 7 days a week
Red cells from the tinest begin 7 A.M.-10 P.M.: -7 Days
Live Bait-Launching Ramp
I nings, and wherever possible State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Fishing Tackle

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II II I I j I with its weed-like, smothering Colonial Service StationEARL
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I too long, we have fought E. RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION

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I weapons diplomacy, GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIESu. ,
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SAT. SAT. fields, these defensive weaponsare Hall's Atlantic StationJack CLEANERS

not enough. We need and Hall, Proprietor
The Surf Riders need sorely the dedicated per- BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY
sonnel with the know-how to 'CLEANING
Dancing & Music counteract communism. We need I : I SERVICE

men and women who know the II ROAD SERVICE
I Open Daily 8-5:30
9: P.- M. to 1:30 A;. M. 1 ways of the communists, speak BUNNELL Tel. ID 7-3652 Saturday 8-6:30

Plenty of Parking the language, and-are versed in I i 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell

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HERLONG !stay with the Reds, his reply was Subscribe for The -

SAYS. -.. "I can't work. as hard as those PURE OIL' L TIPSCLlrlUJN ,- FLORIDA IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY

Continued from Page 3) fellows do." -
I IWebb's NOTICE IN Re Estate of

kind of team I would like to see Unless we are willing to workas WfcBBIt municipal Notice Is election hereby will given be held that In a ANNA Deceased WISCHOW

produced by the Freedom Acad hard to preserve what we the City of Bunnell. Florida on NOTICE OF ENTRY OF ORDER OF
the 3rd day UNNECESSARY
emy. This is a game that is for have, as they are working to destroy -I A. D. 1959 for the purpose of electing t I Notice is hereby given to all per-
it-our is not for : : two City Commissioners and sons having claims or demands a-
keeps. If we lose it we will be way long 4z\:
I all persons desiring to have their I gainst the estate of Anna Wischow.
either isolated, in a communist this world. names printed upon the official.deceased, that an order of administration

enslaved world, or we will be Next week I will bring you my QQF ballots file written as candidates notice are of their requiredto intention by the unnecessary County Judge has been; the entered total-

over-run and have to bow to annual Questionnaire on legislation to be candidates In the office cash value of the estate of such
of the City Clerk on or before decedent la in the sum of Four
the Red bosses of Russia and which will be coming before the 20th day of February A. D. I Thousand Five Hundred Dollars

Red China. It is unthinkablethat the Congress. I hope to I L959 Notice Is hereby further given I dress(4500.00 of those and to the whom name it has and been ad-

either should happen, but have it published all the that the registration books of the assigned by such order is as fol-
pa-I City of Bunnell Florida are now follows: Iva M. Strader. daughter.
we must face up to the fact thatit pers in the district. If you open for the registration of votersto 3001 Chapin Avenue Tampa; 11,
and Including the 20th day till Florida. All claims and
can happen unless we developthe a copy, just write me and I'll 12 Noon, of February A. D. 1959.L. of creditors against the estate of

kind of team that can win. send it to you. Believe me, it J gK H. Drady such decedent shall be duly sworn
I I City Clerk to and filed In the office of the
Just how thorough the communists does help me to know how you IA Jan. 22-29 & Feb 5-12-4 tc County Judge within eight months

are in training their feel on issues. I it rfur NOTICE I from notice,the or the first same publication will be of forever this

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that barred according to law.
is illustrated this V
men by story the Board of County Commissionerswill I This 27th day of January A. D.
told me by lny cosponsor of this receive sealed bids on Monday, 195 9,
the 2nd day of March 1959 at the IVA M. STRADER.
bill, Rep. Judd of Minnesota: Yr y !'A hour of nine o'clock A. M. in the I Petitioner
takes good gasoline, the proper Clerk's office in the Flagler County T. T. Cook. Esquire
He said that one of the Korean
Court House for the following: I Bunnell Florida
War G. I. turncoats who went over oil to keep a motor running in The installation of a thirty (30) I Attorney for Petitioner

; shape-to make it "purr. For gallon electric water heater in the Feb. 5-12-19-26-4tc
to the Chinese and while there JaIL

received some brainwashing and lubrication and car-washing too.. cOT : successful bidder'will be required I IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OK
to furnish all materials and I' 'LAGL" 1t COUNTY FLORIDA IN
training in communist/ way lee us. labor. CHANCERY NO. 3633 .
For complete details, contact I,MARGARET LUCATELLI
decided to come back to the U.S. Sheriff Homer W. Brook* i Plaintiff

When he to The Board reserves the right to vs.
was questioned as
reject any or all bids. LUCA TELLI.
whether the reason he had returned Dated at Bunnel Florida this Defendant
I U. S. Phone 10th day of February A.. D. 1959. TO DEFEND
to the U. S. was becausehe lllrhwev t 'n 7-3138 I (Official Seal) THE STATE: OF FLORIDA. TO:

had changed his mind about C. H. COWART Chairman Julius Lucatelli
Big Enough to Accomodate Board County CDmmissioera Julio's Villa Stresa
communism, he answered frank I } Flakier County Florida. Tappan Road

ly-even belligerently-that he Small Enough to Appreciate! ATTEST RALPH: E. HARBERT Clerk Norwood, New again that

wasn't at all sure but that the \ Board of County Commissioners su tohasrbeenrfled you in
I -- Flagler County. the abouve entitled cause; and you
communist way was better. Florida. are hereby required to file your
I I Subscribe lor The Flagler Tribune February 19-26-2tc answer with the Clerk of this
When asked why, then, he didn't Court and to
I(I serve a copy therof
I S2.5O A YEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs


I JEWELERDIAMONDSWATCHES I tally, 'cause seals don't star, VS Plaintiff OMA M. THOMPSON.Defendant.vs. not 1959.later March t. D.,

but Timothy Short 4 does If fail to do
ret"rise" a IDA V. OLDERSHAW, you so. decree pro
.out of hi friend Defendant confesso will be entered against
flippered THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: for the
REPAIRING I NOTICE: TO DEFEND you relief demanded in the
.. ... at feeding time. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: OMA M. THOMPSON, bill of complaint. The nature of
A......".;.....l'... .l'... .JVN Ida V. Oldershaw ResidenceUnknownIt said suit being for Divorce, cus-
-- -,, -. 406 South Washington Is ordered that you file your tody and support child.
Answer, if any. on or before March16th. WITNESS handand
Moorestown New Jersey my seal of
You hereby notified that 1959 at the Office of the said Court this 30th
are a day of January -

suit in the has above been entitled filed cause against; and you you nell Clerk of Florida the Circuit and Court serve at Bun copy I I (Official, A. D.Seal 1959.) .
Tired of f thereof Plaintiffs Attorney
Paying Rent? are hereby required to file your whose on and address RALPH E. HARBERT.
answer with. the Clerk of this hereon to the Bill of Complaintfiled Feb. of said Circuit Court
Court, and to serve a copy thereof 5-12-19-26--4tc
against you in the above entitled -
upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney -
the same being a suit
whose and addressis IN THE CIRCUIT
COME SEE US : for WITNESS Divorce. my hand and seal of FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA IN
Ray Selden CHANCERY NO. 3617
said Court, this 10th day of February LUIGI
Selden Building SANTELLA,
A. D. 1959.RALPH
Daytona Beach Floridanot Plaintiff
later than March 6th. A. D. .
1959. Clerk Flagler Circuit County Court.FloridaP. l CICERA MARIA ANNUZIATA
If you fail to do so. .decree pro B. HUFF SANTELLA<- f' -
confesso will be entered against 'UJv Defendant.
113 North Fourth !Street;; I -
you for the relief demanded in the Palatka, Florida. NOTICE TO DEFEND
bill of complaint. The nature of Attorney for Plaintiff. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
1i said suit being for divorce. Feb. 12-19-26 & March 5-4tc Cicera Marla- Annuziata San-
WITNESS my hand and seal of tella
i *! said Court this 28th! day of January IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Carpenone
3w A. D. 1959.Official FLAGLEU COUNTY FLORIDA. IN Compobassi (Prov.) Italy
( Seal) ChANCERY NO. 3539 You are hereby notified that a
RRALPH E. '''HARBERT. FRANCES suit has been filed against you in
Clerk of said'Circuit Court JACKSON.Plaintiff. the above entitled cause; and you
Feb. 5-12-19-26--4tc I vs. are hereby required to file your answer -
HERBERT JACKSON. JR.. with the Clerk of this Court:
IN THE CIRCUIT, COURT SEVENTH Defendant. and to serve a copy thereof upon
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Ofr NOTICE TO DEFEND the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney
CHANCERY NO. 80 Penwood Drive Selden Building
HUGO V. GODDARD, Trenton New Jersey Daytona Beach, Florida
Plaintiff You are hereby notified that a not later than February 20th A. D.
vs. suit has been filed against you In 1959.
ALBERTA GODDARD the above entitled cause; and you If you fail to do so, decree pro
NO DOWN Defendant. confesso will be entered againstyou
PAYMENT! are hereby required to file your answer -
NOTICEIN with the Clerk of this Court for the relief demanded in the
THE NAME OF THE STATE and to serve a copy thereof upon bill of complaint.The .
OF FLORIDA: the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney, nature of said suit being for
Extra Construction Features In All Bevis Homes TO: ALBERTA GODDARD. whose whose name and address is: Divorce.
address and place of residence isUnionville. : ,V. Cecil Grant WITNESS my hand and seal of
Ontario. Canada in care I 407% Main Street said Court this 15th day of January -
5 TREATED SILLS and FLOOR JOIST of Carrie Sellers. Daytona Beach Floridanot A. D. 1959.
I later than March 16th A. D.
DOUBLE FRAMING ON ALL OPENINGS a Bill of Complaint has been 1959. Ralph E. Harbert

FULL 8-FOOT CEILING filed against you in the Circuit I If you fail to do so, decree pro Clerk of said Circuit Court
Court of the Seventh Judicial Cir- confesso will be entered againstyou Jan. 22-29 & Feb. 5-12-4tc
SOLID PIER BLOCKS cuit of Florida in and for Flagler for the relief demanded in the '
County in chancery by HUGO V. bill of complaint. The nature of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH -
TOP QUALITY PAINT CHOICE OF COLORS GODDARD. The nature of this suitIs said suit being for Divorce and JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
a Bill for Divorce You are custody of minor child. j FOIL KLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA. -
I hereby required to file personally WITNESS my hand and seal of IN EQUITY NO. 3625
or by attorney with the Clerk of said Court this 6th day of February PETE MOURIKAS
said Court your written defenses A. D. 1959.RALPH Plaintiff
Built On Your Lot
if any you have to said Complaint E. HARBERT vs.
and to serve same upon the undersigned Clerk of said Circuit .Court LILLIAN 1... MOURIKAS.
I attorney for Plaintiff on or (Official Seal) Defendant.
Low Monthly Payments before the 20th day of March A. D. Feb. 12-19-26 & March 5- tc NOTICE TO APPEAR AND
1959 to-wit: ANSWERIN
. Local Representative Bank of New Smyrna Building: LER. SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIR- : LILLIAN L. MOURIKAS
New Smyrna Beach. Florida. CUIT FLORIDA IN CIIANCERY Address unknown
MRS. BETTE McDANIEL THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE Is NO. 36&1.EDWARD You are hereby notified that a
hereby designated as the newspaper REED LAWMAN suit has been brought against you
Phone ID 7-3206 Bunnell, Florida in which this Notice shall be pub- Plaintiff. In the, Circuit Court of Flagler
lished once a ,week for four con- v. County, Florida. In equity by PETE
secutive weeks. RUTH YOLANDER LAWMAN :MOURIKAS. Plaintiff, and you are
WITNESS my hand and official Defendant. hereby required to file personally,
Bevis Construction Co. Inc. seal in Bunnell. Flagler County NOTICE OF PUI1LICATION or by Attorney with the Clerk of
Florida this 9th day of February IN THE NAME OF THE STATE said Court: your written defenses,
A. D. 1959. OF FLORIDA: if any to the Complaint in said
Call Collect EA 5-5317 -.. Palatka Florida RALPH E. HARBERT TO: RUTH YOLANDA LAWMAN suit on or_ before the 28th day
Clerk. Circuit Court Cuthbert Manor. Apt. M-l of February A. D. 1959 and also
OPEN DAILY 8:00 A. M. TIL 5:00 P. M. GILLESPIE AND GILLESPIEBy Westmount. New Jersey to serve a copy of your written
W. M. Gillespie GREETINGS: defenses upon OSSINSKY & KROL.
LAKE CITY HIGHWAY.2 MILE WEST OF WYE AT Attorney for Plaintiff YOU ARE HEREBY cited, notified Solicitors for Plaintiff at their office -
NEW PALM. AVENUE INTERSECTION Feb. 12-19-26 & March 5-*tcEf admonished ordered and required at. 411 :Main Street. Daytona
to file your answer to the Beach. Florida on or before the .
, bill of complaint filed herb In 28th day of February. A. D. 1959.
against you in the above entitled as required by the Florida equity
m JUaglrr friiran cause In the office of the Clerk of rules, and herein fail ,not or Decree '
} the Circuit Court In and for Flag- Pro Confesso and Final Decree will
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT ler County. Florida on or before be entered against you by default.
DVN1 zLL. FLORIDA the 28th day of February. A. D. You are further notified that the
name .of the Court in which
1959. and to serve a copy of such said
answer upon HAWKINS. ORFINGER suit has been instituted is the Cir-
AMBULANCE & MOORE. Attorneys for Plain- cuit Court. Seventh Judicial Cir-
MRS. M. B. FULLER, Editor tiff herein whose address is 218 cuit of Florida, in equity and that
4-1625 East Granada Avenue Post Office the title of said cause is as herein-
Box 1934. Ormond Beach. Florida, above set forth.
Designated Oflelal P.Mle tUtor on or before said date as required You are further notified that the
by the Florida Equity Rules nature of said suit is a suit for
PabUe JUtleea 'I.fCuty. FIailer THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE Is divorce and exclusive custody of
Never be hesitant about calling a Garda Ambulance.- 'We Mulelpalltlc therela hereby designated a. the news- the minor children of the parties .
paper in which this order shall be hereto as more fully set forth In
are,always at your service with promptness safety and and the State .f .FUrtdjiBatere published once ,a week for four the Complaint.
consecutive weeks. WITNESS my hand and seal of
HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A DE- office at Bunnell.' Flagler County.

a. aee.nd tlmmm mmttaFebrvary CREE PRO CONFESSO WILL BE Florida.' this 22nd day of January..
Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and IrihalatotrGarcia "ISIS,at tW a....flee SUCH FAILURE. The nature of RALPH E. HARBERTAs
this suit is a bill for divorce. Clerk of the Circuit Court
at BaaaeO. .! WITNESS MY HAND and seal of of Flagler County Florida
Funeral 'Home Marea 3. 187V. office at Bunnell. Flagler County. (Circuit Court Seal) \
Florida this 20th day of January By Audrey B. McKnight..

P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director '... .. A.(Seal D.) 1959.RALPH E. -HARBERT OSSINSKY & KROiePUt5r Clerk.
One Te&r-Jl 2.10nix Clerk Circuit Court Solicitor for Plaintiff -
LADY ASSISTANT --FLU Flagler, County. Florida 411 Main Street

.. ... ._.._._. _.' .. J By Audrey B. McKnight Daytona Beach. Florida
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I DAVID BURNSED Mr. and Mrs. John Clegg and Gasprilla Celebration They also
Mr. and Mrs. David Burnsed
it t announce the arrival of a daughter daughter, Karen, were in Tampa were in Lake Wales Sunday-

t born February 7, at the Monday attending the Fair and evening for the Passion Play.
Flagler,Clinic and Hospital. She
.LOCALS weighed six pounds, five and a I

} Davida.half ounces and has been named I I WiG" :fE,I1 ft'E'RA f ti ; i t Iii'f } .tt1,(i 1 EC::1 t:iMzt TR! :[r IC""i I

GEORGE MOODY SR. Daniels-Zeller Mrs. Jessie Way have as their
her brother and sister ". If\1
HONORED AT OPEN I I Engagement I houseguests in law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry* $ : .

HOUSE TUESDAY AnnouncedMiss Briston of Baraboo, Wis., and JII'E'ER'I'DER.YO'R[ ; ; i
) also Mather Stobs of Miami,
In celebration of his BOth birthday Serena Marsha Daniels
who will spend some time here.
I anniversary George Moody, will become the bride 'of Mr.
Sr., was honored at the home Edward Donald Zeller at St. .
Mr. and Mrs. George Kendall JLa.
of his son in law and daughter, Stephens Catholic Church on .,
in Lake Wales
I visited Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. :M. B. Fuller Tues j'I February 25th at four o'clock in
attending the Play and
day evening when they held the .afternoon.She .
I in Tampa Monday attending the
). open house from seven to nine I I is the daughter of Mr. Gasprilla Day at the Fair.L. .
, o'clock. Percy M. Daniels of Wadley, ...
j! The refreshment table was I I Georgia and Mrs. Hubert O. L. Brannam is in Jacksonville '. .>............. 3 MAGNETIC .
t:. overlaid with a white linen cutwork Smedley of Jones, Alabama. He to attend a two day seminarof
cloth and was centered] is the son of M/Sgt. Edward S. Red & White retailers., I ,
with an arangement of pink and I Zeller, U. S. Marine Corps, Hono- I DOOR
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white mums. This was flanked lulu, Hawaii, and Mrs. Vernon Chief Warrant Officer Jimmy : -, .
ti iftt
silver 1 Kurchler, Lodi, Texas. *
with tall white tapers in
Salyerds arrived home Tuesday I:::::::::;
holders. A three tiered white Miss Daniels graduated from after spending a year with the .
cake decorated with pink rose the Bunnell High School in the I U.S. Army in Korea. His family illllllllll':':.

buds was featured on the table. Class of 1958. Mr. Zeller is a I resides at 401 N. Cherry Street. .::.:.ti:.::::.ti:.:::.:::.:::.: }} = K I
Mr. and Mrs. Fuller were as .graduate of Oceanside High 'i #> ;i l l3

t\ sisted in greeting the guests by I I School, Oceanside, California.. I Miss Flora Gage has returned ttJ.c
.Mr. Moody's other daughter, Mrs.J. ,Class of 1956. to.her home after a visit in '

t A. Babbitt, and his sons, Detroit where she attended her '.4. .-
.i Leonard Moody and George M.I I I Called here last week due to nieces graduation from Wayne =

I Moody, Jr. Mrs. George MoodyJr. I I I the illness, of Mrs. Joseph Stan- College. 4
., served the cake and Mrs. ish were Mr. and Mrs.- Albert #I Three Full Width Shelves i@ftJ!: :ii
t Walter Knight, Mr. Moody's Stanish of Ohio, Mrs. Dorothy Mr. and Mrs. T. E.Holden have ?;4. Simplified Single Dial :'.

neice, presided at the punch Powell of Pensacola, Mr. and returned to their home here after ; Temperature Control }
Mrs. Johnny Stanish of St. Au. Full Width Freezer IJ$19995.<
bowl. I spending a month in Elizabethton : ,
Full Width Chiller Tray
Another son and daughter inj I i t gustine. Tenn., with their son in law Keeper Keeps ButterJust l .
P law, Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Moody.I I I and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. f.Buller.Y Right for Spreading |ov'4:

and children,Howard and Nancy, Mrs. Annie Thompson spent Julian Caudill. Removable and Adjustable; ?. ;<>A< 4:._ o
i Saturday in Jacksonville attend-
of Lake City were not able to I Door.Shelves ''. : l
f : ..
'in the 11th Annual Gator Sale IItu
attend the f
I party Tuesday evening I {4Zti.4'7.
and 'Congress of Insurance Under :y...n. ...
spent Saturday and v f
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writers held there. '
F: 0 + n.i .v Yit
Sunday here with him for a .F Fyt x4:

birthday'visit. Mrs. L. L. Brannam, Mrs. JohnM. I .. :ri i icreicr

Canakaris, and Michael Can-
I akaris, visited: the fair and Gas- I <' '''';

DragliningBulldozing 'prella Day Celebration in Tampa

1 I Monday. FF v,y Harris,'Appliance & Gas, Company .

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Burrell ar- ;N :4:' ti fc F'dSytyJZOo: ;,'FlorTda-

Land Clearing! rived here Thursday from Spoke.

ane, Washington and will resideat Phone"BRANNAM'S
the John Burrell home in Haw
Grading Creek. They are former resi
dents bf Flagler and
County are
'1 P. A. EDMONSON ': ;:'; ,
returning to make their home {
Phone JDI wood 7-3376 here. )4cr
f! Food MarketYour


.NOTICEYou Red & White Store

119 N. BAY St. Phone ID 7-3496

are hereby notified that the Tax Assessor -

t or his assistant will be present in the various pre MEAT DEPARTMENTSwift 1
cincts on the day and hour shown below, for the x :: Premium Fully Cooked 5 to 7 Ib

purpose of receiving tax returns on real, personal, PICNICS -..35

and intangible property, and applications for-homestead Ib
and other exemptions. : Swift Premium Sliced Celo l

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: .BACON te49e
Precinct No. I--BwmelL Tax Assessor's Office Saturday*
February 14-5:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon.
SOME SACK Ute Richter Western Corn Fed BOSTON BUTTS 4 to 6 lbs
Precinct ,No. 2-Flagler Beach, Post Office-Tuesday* Feb. wears a sack like nobody else
ruary 17-3:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon. in Germany. The style Is Hollywood PORK ROAST n, 39eFresh

Precinct No. 5A-Reptile Gardens. Tuesday, February 17 drL -pseudo-Roman slave- Ground I -
2:00 P. M. to 3:00 P.M. -
BEEF 3 lhsS'lOO .
Precinct No. Espanola, Old Post Office Building-Tues. .
day February 17-4:00 to 5:00 P.M.
U. S. No.' 1
Precinct No. 3A-Korona, Catholic Church-Thursday, Feb .
ruary 19 9:00 A.'M to 10:00 A. M. TV Bob POTATOESLarge \ 10 1bs.25C

Precinct No. 3-Haw Creek. Townsend Store Thursday
Pasca1CELERY .
February 13. -11:00 A.!.!. to 12:00 Noon. SERVICEall : .

Precinct No. 4A-BunnelL Post Office-Thursday, February -2 for15c .
19-2:00 P. M. to 3:00 P.M. makes I
Precinct No. -St. Johns Park Community Hall Thursday, Sales Tubes and .
. February 194:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.Me, fiiuo 16 oz. SLICED
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Antenna Installation :
The Tax Laws require that you file a returnon STRAWBERRIESrf2 ,8t45c

personal and intangible property regardless of PHONE HE 9-2204 Bluebird 6 or.ORANGE. .
, the amount, before April 1st., and I am forced to -'
JUICE 6can,99e
assess a ten (10) percent penalty upon'your failure .

!L to do so. Birdseye 9 ozFRENCH .

All applications for exemption .must also be FOR FRIED POTATOES 19C

I filed before April 1st. The Tax Assessor's Ofice SHELL FILL & SAND Golden Brown 10 or. .

is open from 8 A. M. to 12:00 Noon_ and 1:00 to 4:30P. % :
M. and we will be glad to render any assistnace

possible.. Winter Garden 24 ox.

4 4j. .
-, Respectfully, t EMIL .
/i. 3 9-2094 & WhiteMAYONNAISE
D. 'D.' '
{' Tax Assessor FLAGLER BEACH : plat29c

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t. The labels read "minimum care easily and dry quickly, iron eas-1 .Jf.-."'....'"
[ VALENTINES TO PESTS I'VE KNOWN needed" or "minimum care with I ily or need no ironing; resist non- I' : O. F. ALFORD

;i HUe or no ironing" oil spots, soil, mildew and per- i Registered

spiration.. It should also be
I ,What should be the washing. Real Estate Broke
crease-resistant be durable af- ]
? "
? temperature after wash-and-wear treatment, : BunnelL Florida

that will last the life of the .... .. .. .
; I I Washing temperatures vary. I ......._._.tii.tiiv.....J'-f .-';
1 Washing instructions should garment. I
come with the garment., What -
should be the -
ironing tempera
,.- Insured & Rest Assured
, I ture? INSIRE-Stay
Pass a warm iron lightly over
the check Instructions
garment. Again
it4:: iw: that come with the S

\ garment. Wrinkles set by body S
; Tii c* heat require* steam pressing to T. COOK AGENCY

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! 6'iEs A .lhlhrw : J.s.Ii.M,4gp What qualities should a con Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, FloridaDIXIANA
I' Lw.AII tU
sumer expect from a wash-and- -
& Socac u wear article? ]
I -

; :; m1b A good wash-and-wear fabric .- "..,-e--r-J-L --"Z5.5JS. J_ ___
? i should be color fast, not stretchor
. a.,4- shrink excessively wash RESTAURANTDELICIOUS
arM 4ICKLI ,
. rS. Jute, East Pakistan's chief export -
crop whose fiber makes

. .1. :- PD lart,6 cloth and burlap bags, grows 8
p gIM/ I to 10 feet tall. It is planted in HOMEMADE & EXCELLENT

water, usually in small jungle: PIES' FOOD
patches. Harvested with long
knives, the stalks are tied in I.
knows she's getting a good pro POPULAR PRICES
Wash-and-Wear I duct, she probably won't objecttoo I bundles and left for three days
much to paying :these extra until leaves drop*off. Then the Phone IDlewood 7-3280 Bunnell
FABRICS pennies. bundles are placed under water I
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for two weeks. The soft pith of -
'On the one hand, wash-and- How do wash.and-wear fab.
the plant ferments and the long, U- .
wear fabrics have been a boon rics differ?
tough fibers can be stripped
" to homemakers. On the other Wash-and-wear fabrics should
easily from the stalks. CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
band, they have caused a fresh require little ironing. Drlp.dry
rash of headaches. I fabrics should dry and be readyto
H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
This term applies to fabrics I weat at,once. To be perfectly
With a Long Term '
having a resin treatment that accurate, every article of both JOHN HARDIN Associate ,

makes them wrinkle-and spot- I types should be. lightly. ironed FEDERAL LAND BANK AIR OXYGEN
xesistant and easy to iron. .for best appearance. LADY
How do wash'-and-wear cot-I Does the wash-and.wear treat- FARM LOANS ATTENDANT AMBULANCES

tons different from synthetics ment eliminate ironing? S W..3RYANPrsductioicredIt ..

Cottons are chemically processed Most of the reliable wash-and- Assn.PALATKA Phone ID 7-3532
at various stages. Since we'&r promotions do not claim ..FLORIDAWedDeaday,10:00
certain characteristics are "built that ironing is not necessary. 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDAMorningChevy

Into" synthetic.fibers, these fab- __J
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Tics may require little or no
processing, depending on the I II

type, of fiber. I
Does the wash-and-wear pro

cess increase the cost?
A good wash-and-wear application -
costs:' 5*&" to 6 cents

more a yard :at the finishing

plant level. If the consumer I



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FOR SALE-1953 Plymouth Belvedere -
2 door sedan in excellent

condition, $595. Call ID 73360.


ALTERATIONS done in my

home, 301 North Church Street.
.Mrs. Helen Peterson. '2-12-ltp.. .... .5 -

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Income Tax Consultant
1 mile west of Bunnell i
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Highway 100.' ... S .. .
Phone, ID 7.3307 1-1-tfc.1
I S panebuttles over causeway to St. Petertbvfp.

TOR ,SALE-2" bedroom CBS I

home, in Hillcrest, Flagler Beach. : I,
Large lot and large garage vacant Chevy panel steps lively in Florida..runs day.

Call H. F. Lerch-,.,HEmlock N

92395. 12-4-tf I I and night, delivers .19.3 miles per gallon -.
FOR BENT At Flagler Beach
3 bedroom unfurnished house. -
See Harold' Massie at Flagler This '59 Chevy panel is on the go, morning, noon and Take the panel pictured above, for example. Pow. :
Beach. :'ll2YlfJOHNSTON'S night; it covers as much as 587 miles a day, ..runs ered by the '59 Thriftmaster 6 with new economy-
so constantly that its engine never cools off com contoured"camshaft, it's building a sensational economy .
----; pletely. Yet Mr. Clark Farber the_Tampa Tribunes record, despite the sizzling pace of its work. .
; I I.FLAGLEB circulation manager reports that the truck Is deThat' typical of the way Chevies of all size are
livering 193 miles per gallon! turning-to on the most challenging jobs in America. .

BEACH REALTY CO. S This year, the light-, mediumand heavy-duty The way they're made with tough-built truck components '4
LOTS', HOMES OCEAN FRONT I I -- trucks of the 1959 Chevrolet Task-Force fleet are they make the hardest hauls look easy! =--. .

WATER'FRONT. FARMS out to whip anything that comes their way-and If,you have a job that puts a truck on its mettle, .

'. ACREAGESee S .. they've got what it takes to do it! see your Chevrolet dealer! .. .,

ns for your real estate needs I'

Office Residence Phone Phones HE ID 7-3691 9-2032' .5 No.S. job's too tough for a Chevrolet truck! zI r .S i::

T or ID 7-3517 S. S ;; i .
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See your local !;f'

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...-.its. First' and Third Tuesday : .

Dean, M. Peterson 'W. M. .. '. ,.

; JOHN. A. CLEGG._ Secy ,--.; ... .TELEPHONE-ID-. am* ij.__jm i'ttffsif' f -'-"L"7-3131: i S S. BUNNELL S FLORIDAIf. .t. ..,7111 ................ ...... .... S

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