The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
February 19, 1959
Publication Date:


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


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note:
Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).

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St. Johns tribune
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Palm Coast news
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AN EDITORIAL 'Jury Frees DefendantsIn

I (By M. B. Fuller)

The four J defendants charged with second degree
J George Jones DeathA
:murder here were freed Tuesday by a six-man jury

Tendering a verdict of,"not guilty."

The ,Tribune commends the law enforcement of- six-man jury of the Circuit

iicers, the court, and the attorneys concerned with the Court returned a verdict of "not for Revival Services Bunnell Band To
guilty" early Tuesday night
case. But we cannot commend the verdict of the jury.
I the four truck drivers who were
The Tribune, along with most law-abiding peopleof I Charged 'With and on trial for Begin Sunday At Play At SpeedwayPrior

Flagler County cannot understand the reasoning of I I second degree murder of George I

the jury with its not guilty verdict. Every bit of testi- I Kermit Jones on the night of December Methodist Church ing, February to leaving 22, Sunday to perform

mony produced, in court was heard distinctly by a reporter I 5, 1958. the new International Speedwayat

of The Tribune, and a reporter from each of two I The Jury was out about 1%. The Revival of the First Methodist -. Daytona Beach, the Biggest

daily newspapers. To many of those who sat through j hours for their, deliberation, and. Church of Bunnell will begin Little Band in Dixie will holda
I dinner, before returning the verdict at the 11 o'clock hour Sunday special chapel service in the
the trial as spectators listening to the testimony also'I
to the court. morning when Rev. J. E. band room. This will enableall

, .disagree with the jury's verdict. The four defendants were Alex McKinley, district superintend. band students participatein

The question arises: had the jury been intimidated ? Fairccloth, 24, of Ormond Beach; ent, will deliver the sermon. The a worship service that day. '

were they afraid for their safety and of their Sidney McCraney, '31, and Rob revival services will continue Band students themselves will

families? Could the jurymen believe that personal disputes ert Drake, 26, ;Flagler Beach, Sunday evening and also each conduct the chapel service. Band

' and Jack Johnson, 35, of Bun evening during the followingweek. Captain Jimmie Kendall is in
: must be solved by a gun battle-and death? We .
charge of the service.
cannot know their but do criticize their
reasons we ver- nell.They were accused of slaying Mrs. Becky Clegg said. today

dict. George Kermit Jones in a gun that in place of the family night

If a group of armed men, one of whom admittedin battle on the night December program this Sunday eveningthe County Board

court "being pretty high" and two admitted to having 5 at Jones' trailer,home,'whichwas revival will be held in the

parked on the abandoned new Sanctuary. This will be Will Purchase
severals beers, while one other drank coffee, can travel followed
by the
Bunnell Airport located four family night
miles to the home of citizen who inside his home
a was He custom of serving doughnuts
miles east of here. was and
J :with his family, call him out and engage in a gun battle killed by a shotgun blast. coffee in the dining room of the ,Traffic Signal

:because of a petty quarrel, how is the average citizen Howard Glisson, 27, who also old church. Last week The Tribune pub. .

I expected to protect himself from lawlessness? went with the four to the Jones The ,Prayer Vigil for the, revival .' lished the facts of a mixup in

: The above question is uppermost in the minds of the home, was killed in the shooting wilL begin in the sanctuaryof ,authorizing the State Road De-
Faircloth was woundedin the new church building at
.i' of in the affray. parment to use secondary fundsto
majority right thinking people county today. the abdomen and Drake was 6 o'clock Friday evening and
Two dead 'two have recovered from their will'continue acquire a traffic signal at the
men are shot in the leg. until 6 o'clock Saturday
;crossing here of State Road 11
wounds, two young widows are left to mourn, and four The testimony showed the five afternoon. Some member and U. S. Highway 1. The mix-
had met at Lucy's ,place in will be at the church each hour '
'men are free-presumably to continue their method of'settling' men up resulted when the ,state road
I of the 24 hour
Beach after dark. Two vigil.
l with Flagler :board
disputes a' gun. was requested to install
l of them had their checks cashed : I
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l of
purchase and install
FJaglerCguntyhashad.and: : will continue to haveA :
\ and fourof the five:were drinking Four i the .
reputation /for lawlessness until more citizens make beer. Drake was drinking Qualify For The signal.Tribune
up their,I minds to become better citizens ,themselves and coffee, he said. They got into a Commission RaceThose last Thursday's publicationthat

teach their children likewise. discussion about a strike against the error had been corrected.

Tropical Transport Co., where who have qualified for The proper resolution had been

I they were employed as truck the city commmission posts in prepared, signed and sent to the

Ponce de Leon Pulaska Club drivers, and Jones' activities on Bunnell for the March 3rd election road department authorizing the

the picket line. are John A. (Jack)
Clegg, use of secondary road funds to
In Daytona Beach Later in the evening they were Levi Brannam
Opens FridayPonce C. B. Eisenbach, purchase and install the signal.
The Tribune just has been in. joined by James Bratcher, of and H. F. Wray. Incumbents The road board had requested '
I' Daytona Beach, who said he Brannam and Wray are running from the city
formed that there exists in a
de Leon
Raceway, only
came up to go hunting with for election to the letter
stating the
track for either harness Beach a "Pulaski Club. We city would operate
I some of the men. Later they The deadline for qualifying is and maintain the '
assume that it was named for traffic
or quarter horse racing in asked him to ride over to Bun- Friday, February 20. control light after installation.City .
Florida, opens next Friday, Feb County Casmir Pulaski, who nell and back with them. Returning
side in the American Clerk L. H. Drady said today .
20, for a 44-night season. fought on our -
\ ruary I from Bunnell, they drove
Revolutionary War and CONGRESSMANSYD that has been done.
The inaugural will be held into the airport and said they Now the
was killed at Savannah, Ga. responsibility lies with
Friday night at the enlarged were going to "talk to Jones."
the State
Club J. HERLONG'S Road Department to advertise .
Stanley Ty-
plant, situated on U.S. Highway Bratcher told them he would not for
states buy and install
1, midway between Jacksonvilleand ra : go with them up there and they the signal for
St. Augustine. "The Pulaski Club of Daytona drove back to near the entranceof QUESTIONNAIREAbout control at the
crossing which is
Beach was organized and had its the airport where they left
Twenty-four states and Can ; this time each say the least.
\ year
first meeting September 30, 1956. the car with Bratcher in it,
ada will be represented by hare say Fifth District, Congressman A. S.
Anyone can becme a member of ing they would walk to Jones'traUer.
ness entries and an additional up (Syd) Herlong
prepares a questionnaire your thoughtful views
this club who is of Polish ancestry About two or three min- on the
half dozen states will have
quar which he his
urges major questions before the Con-
of moral characterand
utes later McCraney returned to
ter horse competitors at Florida'snewest constituents to fill out and mailto gress.
an American citizen. the car and .told Bratcher it
. sporting facility. him in .
Washington. Here is "Of course, this
The club's stated monthly would for him to take questionnairedoesn't
be alright
t The stable capacity has been this
.. year's group of questions
cover all of the
business meeting will be held at issues
increased to accommodate 600 the car: and ride into Bunnell if "Here is
annual which
my question.
2 P.M., Sunday, February 22, at he wanted to. the Congress will have to
;;. trotters and pacers, plus 300 naire, on some of the important face
more at this session, but, believe
' the V. F.W. Hall, 950 Volusia
Under questioning, McCraney
horses. Ponce de Leon
. quarter issues which the Congress
, me your answers these
Ave., Daytona Beach. At 4 P.M.a on questions
admitted he took a shotgun
will stage six harness events and will ,consider at this ses will .give
dinner will be served. There when he got out of the car the me valuable
three-quarter horse races nightly sion. It is .very helpful to have guidance.Do .
except Sunday, through April will be music and dancing from I first time to go to the trailer.He .

t II, according to General. Man 5 until 8. 'Friends., visitors, retirees also testified that all but one ,,you favor Statehood for Hawaii Yes-No_
ager' Charles Russo. and future prospects as of the men had: been drinkingbeer Do YOU favor complete elimination of the mutual

F citizens of the area are welcome. before they decided to go"to security program? Yes_No_

More information given by call the Jones trailer. He denied Do YOU favor lower farm price supports? YesNo_
LETTER CARRIERS ing OR 7.3610.ATTENDS. being drunk but admitted he was Do you favor curbing of the union activities based

NAME ,PARKER "pretty high." on the McClellan Committee disclosures? YesNo._.-
Faircloth testified that he
LAWS CHAIRMAN TRI-HI-Y Do you favor a 1 cent increase on first class mail Yes No_
{ went ,up to the trailer and po you favor a li/2 cent federal gasoline tax. increase -
., Marvin H. Parker, rural mail DISTRICT MEETINGMiss knocked. Mrs. Jones answeredthe for the federal highway program? Yes-No- 1

.. carrier at Crescent city, has been Betty Jo Revels, Miss: door and he asked to "see Do you tax: favor the elimination of the federal: excise '
on telephone calls
named chairman of the Legislative Orvaline Turpin, and Miss Janet "George." When Jones went out telegrams: ? Yes-No_

Committee of the State of I Hoff, 'accompanied by Miss Son Faircloth talked to Jones a few Do you favor federal aid to education? Yes No_

Florida Rural Letter Carriers'. As I ya Sweat attended the Tri-HI-Y minutes ,and then pushed him Do 'you favor increasing social security taxes to .

sociation. District meeting in Jacksonville into the dark where the other 'Ito provide for health and hospital payments. ,

last, Saturday. Misses Revels, four men were waiting. After for social security annuitants? YesNo. _
;: .This is the second time he Do you favor a pension for World War I veterans
'.. has been selected by his'fellow I Turpin and Hoff were delegatesto being almost surrounded by the over & years of age regardless: of need or '

carriers to serve in this capacity. the meeting from the Bunnell armed men, Jones turned around disability? YesNo_

i L Mr. Parker was rural carrier I Club. and began firing, killing Glisson, J
Miss Revels was elected and injuring Faircloth and Name
as reporter -
f here for a number of years but .
f1* recently transferred to Crescent by the district''' delegatesand Darke, before being killed by a'
will attend a state-wide shotgun blast. Address
I t City. .
: meeting to be held in Tallahassee Testimony ,showed that Mc .
r 1\1arcl113-15, where they will Craney told Mrs. Jones and a ,
It's been said that a smile < x "

t t i.ti' adds-to your' face value. work in a mock state government (Continued on page S) Occupation 1. ', ',. .,.

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Skeletons One-Cell are found' in California, Nevada, diatomite produced is used for ture and light-diffusing- proper-- :"white gold," and costs about

Oregon, and Washington. Other filtration of liquids. Formed in- ties produce flat, and semigloss.1$40 a ton. Mined or quarried

Plants Play Vital major producers are France, Fin- to a straining cake, diatomite is finishes. It increases the opacityand the one cell diatom has come to .

land, and Denmark. Russia is porous enough to let the liquids brightness of paper. be one of the 20th century's valuable -

t belived to have enormous deposits flow freely, but its billions of i r Hence diatomite is often called I raw materials.
in IndustryMention
.Role but little is known of lacy partitions are capable of

diatom in Russian production. removing even bacteria.In u.M-...-....-. _____-------------------- --- ----
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casual conversation may pro-I About three-fourths of all the paint, the diatom's struc- ...." ..

duce a blank stare, yet -

. this microscopic marine plant i I! .

play in an industry.increasingly importantpart I THE: BAFFLES J By Mahoney? .1.1eERfORI AUCTION

Packed in huge deposits over
millions of years, ,the fossils Ncsrtir A NICE
diamomaceous earth, or FOR THE CLUB IMNCE3 OONSERVATNE Fi AI.r .
form :
The Sensible The
Way Southern Way
diatomite. Man has used the

hard building, compact for rock the of diatomitein last 2,000 I WEDNESDAY, FEBIARY, 25, 2:00 P. M. .

years, but it is only within re- I .

cent decades that its larger potential -I II. i 11h Miles South of Bunnell, Florida on
has been realized, says ,I.
.. U. S. Highway 1
Geographic Society.
the National I
Approximately 422 feet of U.S. Highway No. 1 frontage I,
Today the substance is used II
including a 2 Bedroom home.
for such various jobs as filter- I To Be Offered in Parcel or in entirety. }
and strengthening -
ing antibiotics highway concrete. Diato- est; Interest and Principal Payable Semi-Arinually.

mite camouflage is vital paint in the used productionof in war- = THINK 50 7U0. I. Htne! 'livestaert! Cimercial. Value! I l '

time. Only recently it was in- j.
corporated into a new .cigarette --- ATTEND! INSPECT! BID! BUY!

filter. It is used to insulate I
blast furnaces, and it makes a' \ ? P. O BOX 718 St. Augustine, Florida

fine abrasive for silver polish. ;.. ::

Valuable Dead or Alive !I REALTY &AUCTION In
Diatoms are members of the

algae family. They help nourish I UTHE
plankton, the vast, floating S

sea pastures that provide food I A H. nA.
for many forms of marine life. -G SeaAYTONreeze Brv .- CL2-2092

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silica from the water in which -

they live, and with ,this silica I" nEMEMEE1
skeletons of 1 .. ...
build external '
they 1 '/:. ....,- I
E # incredibly delicate design. When SYTHEOUTNZRS: ,.
the diatoms die, the skeletons ."r. .. ._ ., _

_ remain. sink to the floors
They .
From Martin B. Prince, Leon
',' of seas and- lakes. N. Y.: I remember a very bad

. year for farmers. The Boss
The lacy skeletons, with their -
couldn't pay me at the end of
great porosity, give diatomitefour the year: butter was 16 cents; To The Citizens Of Bunnell -
important qualities: light eggs 8 cents per doz. and milk :

'. weight in relation to bulk, tremendous 80 cents per hundred. In the late .a .
surface area per pound summer. I got a $20 bill-for. the \
one year's work. -
? high absorptiveness, and excel \, .
lent suspension properties in Oh boy! with $20'in my'pocket r I :: .
I was a big boy. Thought I could < ,1.
liquids. I, buy half of New York City. In
I I two days Father took it from
diatomite is practically
A pure
;. silica, it is chemically inert and me and I died, right there. Well It is with sincere desire to render further public service thatI
$20 was a lot of money in those
" well-night fireproof. days. I never bought Wall Street. announce my candidacy for City Commissioner of Bunnell.

Diatomite's lightness led Emperor Well do I remember 'us kids, By serving both the City and County Commission, it is my

:" Justinian to use it in the sitting on straw in bobs, with belief that I can better co-ordinate the activities of the two Boards
Cathedral in blankets to keep us warm. Father
dome of St. Sophia
I Instanbul. Albert Nobel made and mother on the seat, driving and render better service to the people of Bunnell.. Three projects. ,
p the horses as we went to grand.mother's in which I most interested in
f 1 history when he soaked nitro am giving immediate attention are :
for Christmas. At one
" glycerine into and made dyna-
farm two men were on the house
mite in 1870. roof with a long pole in the chim

As late as 1900, the entire an- ney. I asked father what they ,, 1. Bunnell Drainage: To complete arrangements and construct ,
nual world, production was only were doing and he said they were
about 20,000 tons. In 1957, how- getting Santa out of the chimney.I drainage canal south from Bunnell to give us more
estimated remember when the boiler in adequate city drainage.
ever, world production was
Ingersoll's saw mill blew'up, killing .
at 150,000 tons. ,
two men, one mile from' our
United States Leads home: I remember when most

The United States leads in the farmers had oat straw in their > .. 2. Beautification of U. S. 1:..To have the two Boards workS \<
processing and development of "bed ticks" as they were called.In I '
with State agencies to make arrangements
proper for
diatomite. .The largest deposits the fall after threshing was
done, old straw was emptied 'out planting shrubs and trees in green area through Bun_nell. .
and new straw put in. It made (Present contract includes ,
:: ..,grassing only.) _
the bed high'at first How would t ,

i. FOR you young fellows like to sleep :::. .
on straw beds today? No bedsprings : ; .
in those days. Now and -*\ -
4 3. Street To coordinate
Improvement: the activities of both
then folks had corn husksin '
, their bed ticks, instead of -= Boards for street improvement, maintenance and beauti- .

CALL'. straw. ficiation. -
F" I remember how long it took to
tF, get butter in the old dash churn.
:' EMIL MISSINNE And one could buy milk at 5

:. cents per quart and 35 cents was My candidacy is not sponsored by any group or individual;
:' Phone HE 9-2094 the price for sawing, splitting and
piling cord wood. neither am I running "against" any member of the present City Com-
'. FLAGLER BEACH I deal trltttUM U file C.I.- .. mission.
to Tk. Oil Timer. mmumttj Press
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; eG. While it is not customary to lead -an agressive campaign in city

: elections, I do ::want you to_ know that I 'am 'serious in my desire to.

serve as* one of your City Commissioners, and I shall appreciateyour t
, : vote and support on March 3rd. "

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: Doctor Warns ported.
I The State Health, Officer-noted r-\
If that many persons, such as those -
Public To Have
I who have not traveled abroadnor Call OnUs
been in the armed forces,
Pox Vaccination.I I not
probably have had a smallpox
I vaccination since they start
Smallpox can break out anytime ed to school. Federal regulations

anywhere, and"must be require armed service personneland _IM ,; .
by vaccination I BUT A / // '..- *
_ guarded against -f te1gn travelers to be immunized POP HOW -
f of adults,.as well as children, WILL I FIND 1 ///j
everjrthree years.Concluding \ A JOB? I //7/ < '.
Officer Wilson ?
.. ... says State ** i .
. T.- Sowder. Dr Sowder' said: \\/ When i
"'We should always be on guard
Just 'returned from a meetingin >r i
smallpox. is
against It a serious -
where the matter
and disease, andit
:s was discussed, the, state's 1iFR:7n4ENEWP: :
is preventable., The vaccineis
;: public health chief says he is effective, and is available I
concerned over the apparent failure THEY You Need
to everyone through family t
of Floridians to keep up physicians I particularly urge HIRE, REN; ,
their immunity against
physicians, nurses, hospital and FIND AJDSELL.
pox through regular three-year transportation workers, and oth- ..
innoculations. He stated that 28
ers in close contact with the
known to have re
persons are traveling public, to take advantage -
turned.recently from Heidelburg,
of this valuable preventive
Germany, where an outbreak of "
smallpox was in progress. Two measure. I GOODPrinting

of these people are, in Florida.

Although federal quarantine regulations MM: rer- -
permit ho one to enter CIQ I if rtzmtaa immrn OB iiw I
>mfaarnncacow mar rr 'P i
the country without having hada .
a x a e e M +
,recent vaccination against the

disease, modern transportation
Is so rapid that a vaccinated per.
son can travel from an infected COTTER PINS

area to a non-infected area and I III

spread smallpox before his vaccination .

has, had time to take '
effect The immunity is said tot

become, effective in about 14 I
days but in many instances ,it

is as long as 21 days, which is :
the incubation period of small "
pox. The smallpox virous there I
fore can be spread in spite of .
vaccination STAPLES
regulations.Dr. I I4
L .
Sowder said that smallpox '
epidemics have occurred in recent \ % \ ,
on, continent INVOICES'LETTER
years every .
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except Australia and North

America. The last major out QUICK TAKE-DOWN It Is necessary sometimes to take
break recorded in Florida was in down fencing to allow machines or animals' to pass. Fence wire HEADS
1927, when 1356 cases were re attached as above Is easily and quickly taken down.Wire is placed
between two staples and secured with Improvised wire cotter key. .

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:- .. Stylesidel And for '59. there's lots ""' TICKETS and TAGS .
new besides styling. There's new < .
strength-from new heavier bumper .
to husky wrap round body corners.' "-
New gas savings-with Ford's Short .
Stroke Six. New comfort-the smoothest '. CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS
ride of any half-ton pickupl!


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New additions to Ford's 59 line of .
371.models-Tilt Cob Tandems rated I
up to 75,000-lb. GCWI They como fN ,
bin. advantages of tilt-cob design. We Don't Do The Most
with the carrying capacity of tandem .
--. ; axles. Other all-new models: -
j 4-wheel drive units at low Ford "
prices available early'in 1959..for PRINTING '
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i, It's the -59 Ford Ranchero-new -
:- from longer wheelbaie to greaterloadspacel
< Ranchero the ".z-sir ..>?z < ::. ,
gives you ::> ::> :a : <:>:>-.x ; :: s:
l luxury and handling ease of a 59 >> ::a .

-,. Ford car yet it hauls half-ton n .... ,
loads! New features include a 20%
;> bigger windshield, increased body
: strength new ride stabilizers.

; GO '59 FORD TRUCK Dial ID 7-3282 .

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Here to take you Font-ward for savings, twice as long new cab interiors. And ti- \
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dependability! proven longer life of Ford's rugged chas- : The .
There are brand-new features: nylonB1S! Come see the new '59s now! : ; :
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1MiAM1AM 6l0r
Telephone HEmlock 9-2098 I '

WOMAN'S'CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kuleski ,r I.

The regular monthly business and sons visited last weekend I I [[saRi.Tw L.vSR.ATp16I ( jvuwvrtw I ;MEAN'UT
with her
in Cassodago parents ''wvr wrvalwwAa
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meeting of the Flagler Woman'sClub Mr. and Mrs. Reid Williams.Mrs. I Coj1b L'ARWr ; Awerov+f NwAAtT r Sunbww'7b
was held on Wednesday I NAVtAr !
afternoon at the club house with

Mrs. Mickey Massie presiding. Margaret Lorenz arrived I NN ImMI ,
Hostesses were MiS. Alice Lovell, from Forest Park, Ill., last week I 1 rl! y wwr iuac
Mrs. Lillian Bondy and Mrs. Bess and is spending two months here n i r 5- i Ir"IF I f wru_
Wilcox. Thirty-one members with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vogel. y; Nei rsdrs c.aaiovs. / $ 1 T SPA E ITISdgE

and one guest. Mrs. Ida White r 1NDAI 5&I iwomW S.
were present. [ fI' rooK His
George Wickline motored to '3 + SWEET oLD 7 ME
Mrs.Pauline Magee greeted the Orlando Tuesday to attend a Sr FP/NG 1N
guests for the hostesses two meeting of the Board of Directorsof
prizes were won by Mrs. Gladys the State Association of County 1
Taylor. Mrs. Virgil Hoover led Commissioners. fie

the devotional. d ldd
The Safety Program will continue Mrs. Agnes Lee visited two
with a Ten-hour course in days last week in Daytona Beachas I
First Aid being offered in the' the houseguest of Miss Mary -

near future. Plans to engage a Furrer and her sifter. Mrs. Lena d ,
qualified instructor to teach the McGowan. G :
Arr sesv
class were descussed. Mrs. Mas .
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lowe Mr. and Mrs. Elza Burkholder
sie named to the nominating .
committee Mrs. Alice Charon, Visitors during the weekend from Lakeland visited here two I moved to Daytona Beach last
with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crotty days last week with his sister ,week.
Chairman, Mrs. Bess Wilcox, Mrs.
were Mrs. Deolia Ervine of Day- and brother in law Mr. and Mrs. TV Bob
Ethel Holden, Mrs. Thelma Crot- i i
tona Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Clarence Weaver. I
ty and Mrs. Amy Threadgill. Yafjack who are spending the I Swallowing your pride will
The next meeting will be the I winter in Miami. never give you indigestion. SERVICEall '
! business meeting on March 11th I Mrs. Nettie Brusich spent Sat
and hostesses will be Mrs. Alberta 1 in makes
urday Ormond Beach with
[; Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. P.! BUNNELL
,' ,
- Peterson, Mrs. Bessie Thiel,
her daughter and in law .
last week I son .
several LODGE
. Stryker days No. 200
Mrs. Bertha Bordner and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dzioba. I Sales, Tubes and
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Worcester

were F. & JL II.
Luna Babbitt. There will be a
civil defense program presented from Norwalk, Ohio. They Meets First and Third Tuesday Antenna Installation

; by Mrs. Winifred McNab.. were accompanied by his par- Friends of Walter Green are Dean M. Peterson .
W. M. PHONE HE 9-2204
ents Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wor- .
happy to hear that he is improving
kS The Club calendar shows three JOHN A. CLEGG Secy. .
! early events. They are the Turkey from his recent opera --- -
t Dinner on Sunday February 22nd tion and illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Lowe, Sr. _
r ff' from noon until 3:30 P.M., the Perry
and Mr. and Mrs. Lowe Jr. COME AND ENJOY
Perry Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Bake Sale at the Post Office on Pattersonleft
Saturday February 28th and the arrived last week from Taylors- during the weekend for their I
: benefit card party at the club on ville, N. C. and are .staying in home in Hamilton, Ohio, after Bill cut CIIUHQ tched's
.' March 6th., Friday. the Davis Apartment.Mrs. spending two weeks here with .
their daughter and son in law,
t J. D. Cox returned to her Mr. and Mrs. George M. Moody. OCEAN VIEW RESTAURANT '
Mr. and 'Mra.-- Jacob Tescher home in Texas last week after

,if, were visiting with friends hereorr spending two weeks here as the I John Turner. from Tampa wasa

,t. Tuesday and 'Wednesday.They houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry'j business visitor here, on Mon On The OCEAN at FLAGLER BEACHTHE
were stopping over on their Barditzky. !day.
;. from Fort their I
trip Meyers to HOME OF HOME COOKING r
home in Noblesville, Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. L. Keil from Fish I Mrs. Daisy Moody and
Mr. and Mrs. Tescher.resider herewith Lake, Ill., were visiting here last II'1 Eula Lee are coming from I
r- their family from 1924 until week with Mr. and Mrs.. Paul Tallahassee to spend this week -and-

1929. Vogel. I!end in their home here. I. HOME FOLKS WHO APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE r 1

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1 I Ij I MRS. BARBER HONORED XDLEWOOD CLUB There are 4 state forests,

AT A BIRTHDAY I MEETS WITH equalling 207,236 acres, in Flor-


I Idlewood Club met Wed.
Mrs. J. D. Barber was honored .
nesday with Bette McDaniel REFINANCE YOUR DEBTS
guest at a birthday dinner party ,
j OC LS I the home of her I at her home on North Pine Street. With a Long Term
Sunday at son )
I) I I N. L. Davidson, mental health
Mr. and
in law and daughter,
I worker with the
Flagler County
,. Mrs. C. G. Yarn in St. Augustine.The
fi I II occasion was in celebration I i Health Department, talked on FARM LOAN

JANET KOBYLARSKI I Daniels-Zeller. I of the Mrs. Barber's birthdaYan- I I Mental Health and duties of

HONORED WITH A Wedding Plans 1 niversary, and favors and decorations mental health. R. W. BRYAN
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Production Credit Assn. I
Announced "* were in keeping with The business meting was pre I I
I I I theme. sided over by the president, Ann
Mrs. Betty Kobylarski enter- the birthday I I Wednesday10:00How
tained with birthday party Sat- The marriage of Miss Marsha Invited guests were membersof

urday afternoon honoring her Daniels to Mr. Edward Zeller I her immediate family and In. i' --

daughter, Janet, on her birthday will be at four o'clock in the I eluded the honored ,guest and Well Do You Know Your America?

.anniversary. The party was afternoon of Wednesday, Feb- I Mr. Barber of Bunnell; Mrs. J. I ;

given at the family home on the urary 25th., at St. Stephens Cath- H. McKnight Jr., and son Buzzy,

corner of Howe, and Anderson olic Church of Bunnell. I II of Flagler Beach; Mr. and Mrs. s
t I'I'I I'I
Street, and the games were sup- Miss Daniels will have as her I I I Carlisle Bird of Seville; Mrs. ; ??' : '' :

ervised by Lynda Kobylarski and maid of honor Miss.Beverly Gies. Ellie Shaw and son, Dennis, of %

Heidi Eisenbach. Serving as best man for Mr. Palatka. x n 'ao ,R aP < I

Balloons and candy were givenas Zeller will be Paul White. Ushers

favors and ice cream and will be Johnny Lynn and Richard Mrs. F. H. Howell and Mrs.

cake was served to those present. Mercer. Radcliff of Waynesboro, Georgia,

Enjoying the afternoon with Following the ceremony, Mr.I are spending a few days here at ay

the honoree were Lynn and Sam and Mrs. O. D. Robertson, grand. Mrs. Howell's home on Palm

t Rogers, Elizabeth Matherly, Jack parents of the bride, ,will Avenue. .>

I Baker, Carol Lee Baker, John tain with a reception enter-I I

and Benny Geller, Melonie Cody, home of Mr. and Mrs. Miss
Anderson of
I Way- .
:Michael and Barber Heidi ;
Jones, 107 Orange
cross, Georgia, visited here

Eisenbach, and Lynda Kobylarski. I I Test your knowledge or your guessing ability. See if you can Identify
| No formal invitations are being the past weekend visiting the the American city shown above from the information below.
sent but all friends of the.coupleare H. H. Murray and Rem Murray I
I J invited to the ceremony and families. Located near the center of the United States, the city shown aboveis
to the reception. the nation's fourth largest rail center. The Missouri River forms
i the city's eastern boundary.In .

.1.1I .1I I "VVVVVV"V this city is the world's largest cattle market, where an average
of 33,000 cattle are brought to market each week during the year.
I MISSION STUDY I I this weeks'\ The city is often referred to as "The Home of Western Hospitality."
ON MONDAY I One of the city's most famous attractions is "Boy's Town."
I / patterns.. ) The city: Omaha, Nebraska.
I The Lois Matthews G. A. Group L StAUOMYUNt "T"* 1.-- r

Il y..... kd1IM of the First Baptist Church met I I JST" *v j*. >v As. y '.
I at the L. W. McMillian home FOR
.,/ REMOVE broiling pans from : afternoon. for I
on Monday a
oven When they're not in I Ii Prompt Dependable Courteous
f use. They'll last longer and keep. i ,study" course and social meeting. I
cleaner. A study of the book, "For You"

Use a white cleaning and pole was given by members of the HI-THERM GAS SERVICESEE
ishing wax on enameled surfaces G. A. in sections. Following the :
in the kitchen to prevent them buffet
study course a supper was
from discoloring. This
discourages served by the councilers, Mrs.
the use of harsh abrasives I HARRIS
I< which Mildred Lewis and Mrs. L. W. APPLIANCEunnell
may mar the finish. I
Electric appliances should be McMillian. A social hour was Phone ID 7-3551

cqvered while not in use to prevent also enjoyed by the. young, girls. Countywide Delivery Service
dirt aD4dtdt from* clogging .10

their mechanism. Plastic covers GAS CYLINDERS GAS APPLIANCES. .
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Anderson .
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THIS WEEK'S RECIPE had as their guests last week

Golden Apricot Padding i their daughter, Mrs. Walte'rVarghn '

(Serves 4-6) and,young son of Athens, 1360 r .
1% cups milk Georgia. 11'.21'I BRANNAM'SFood
% cup apricot nectar '

1 package vanilla pudding I .

1 cup drained canned apricot Michael Parker, his father,

halves Marvin Parker, and BobLibby, Market
% toasted t
cup coconut ,
attended the Daytona Beach
Combine milk and apricot
,p nectar. Gradually add pudding Amature Radio Clubs third an- II I I Your Red & White Store
and heat in medium sauce- nual banquet Monday night ,at .

pan, stirring constantly untilit the Ridgewood Hotel'in Daytona 119 N.. BAY St. Phone ID 7.3496
thickens. Cool slightly: fold Beach. Michael is a memberof i
in apricots and 2 tablespoons the Club. w
coconut. Pour into
Red & WhiteTUNA .
dish, garnish with remaining
coconut and chill ,before serv- I 4 $100Red
ing. Mr. and Mrs. T. K.. McKnight, for
spent the past weekend in ;'";-

Charleston, S. C, visiting with \,..., & White 303 '
are good because they shut '
out completely. their son and daughter in law, II' !i, I TOINT i
Painting? When you're finished Mr. and Mrs. Charles McKnight. : ..
turn on an air conditioner to get They were accompanied there by .. \,\,\ '"", ,
I rid of the paint odor in Just a Mrs. McKnight's mother Mrs. /jj MEAT DEPARTMENT

few mufutes. Bertha Grimes, who;visited with
Swifts Tender I Grown
using the washing machine her sisters in Meggett, S. C.. Dolts Bridal outfit pattern No. I860-
for dyeing. run through LITTLE girls lore a prttf/ bridal outfit for FRYINGCHIC So 29c .
Whole Ib
some cleaning cloths in detergent
a most b.fov.d doll. Hay. fun swing this
suds to make certain all traces Mrs. W. E. Kudrna spent several outfit for a mafc.-b.f/.w brid.-from nil Swifts Premium .
of the dye are removed. .
Plastic dishes which have be- [I days in Starke last week to sown. HAMS ,3"ns279
t No. 1360 with fHOTO-GUIDE It for doll
with sister 'Mrs. Kenneth Biddle
tome stained need a
14, 16, 18,20,22,24 inchtt.For m* tleaner which isusually combined who underwent major surgery mcnfo,consult pattern. Swift Premium
vim hot water. Let them stand there. Mrs. 'Biddle is
reportedto Pattern No. 280 B. la
until stain disappears. be recovering now and expects from the Crutadtr't 1t.1..... Ift slmplo to BACON Cello Pok 00
Save washing 'roasting
pans I to return to her home in fashion with this-knitted hood copied
and casseroles by Swift Brookfield
using disposable
I Keystone Heights early next male and 10 very nice to wear. No. 280
heavy foil plates which havo'como J'.
ha knit direct/on/ stitch illurtratioiu. SAUSAGE 35C
with frozen or baked foods. week.
Send 35c in coins for eoch Bridal Out' 1 Ib Roll

fit pattern 25e for .oca needlework pattern
add lOc for each pattern for lint- FROZEN FOODS

dost moiling to AUDREY LANE BUREAU,
Bluebird 6 CLORANGE
Oepf. '"NWNS-367 Werf Adoau Sl Cafcaoo -
FOR SALE 6. Illinois.Subscribe JUICE 6 tmslm .,

for The Flagler Tribune '
Golden Brown ,10 ox. :T_ .
S2.5o A 'YEAR
15 Nice Lots North Daytona Avenue BREADED SHRIMP / 2 for$100


Flagler Beach, Florida DragJiningBulldozing 'APPLE Winter Garden PIES 8 ox. -0 3 ,8r$100ft I

$9,750. $350 CASH Winter' Garden 24 ox. 0 .'BEEF, CHICKEN.orTURKET

PIES, : forsl00

Balance 20 Semi-Annual Payments Plus 6%. Interest ,

; Interest' and Principal Payable semi-Annaally. Land Clearing Our Value 303" ', ;> -

TOMATOES' :; '.. :;" ;*; .:- 9 cans$100 Jr
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B '
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;. : Sun Spun 380' -. > ,. .,
l P.. O. BOX:7i8 St. Auctutoine, Fla. P. A. EDMONSON BEANS ] : .. '
PORK & $100
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.bright lights, the hustle and picture of any community it is The first telephone exchange IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF

: I"Too Later bustle of the big city, dog and ; possible' to obtain for it takes I established in Florida was at FLAGLER CHANCERY COUNTY NO. 3tt28 FLORIDA, IN

F horse racing, and simlar, activi- you everywhere from the parks Jacksonville on May 24, 1880.IN MILTON S. OLDERSHAW.

: ties wouldn't be happy stuck and playgrounds to the police Plaintiff

r- I To Classify off in the backwoods. court and the slums.It : THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH OF-: IDA- V. OLDERSHAW.v. .

If I were considering locatinga the advantages THE STATE OK FLORIDA. IN AND
pictures outstanding
I 1 permanent home somewhere of the community, ex- CHANCERY NO. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:

,- ask silly questions I, would want to know about the plains its lacks and need, pre- HUGO V. GODDARD Plaintiff, 406 Ida South V. Oldershaw Washington

sometimes in all sincerity be. civic, social, and political life dicts its future and faithfully ALBERTA GODDARD.vs. You Moorestown.are hereby New notified Jersey that a

cause they do not sfop to think of the community. What kind reflects the thinking and'activities .Def ndant. suit has been filed against you
in the
above entitled and
I NOTICE cause: you
how ridiculous such questions of neighbors would I have, what .of its citizens.It IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF are hereby required to file your
about churches schools civic FLORIDA: answer with the Clerk of this
are. doesn't just say "fine fish TO: ALBERTA GODDARD whose Court. and to serve a copy thereof
improvements and so on.I ing" as the, promotion litera- address and place of residence Is: upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney -
For example I received a let- wouldn't be swayed too Unionville, Ontario, Canada, in care whose name and address
ture does. It tells you that Jim of Carrie Sellers. Is:
ter from a former ac- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
recently much by lIterture received from Ray Selden
Brown and Ed Smith went to
a Bill of Complaint has been Selden
quaintance who sold his business real estate promoters or chambersof Rocky Point last week and filed against you In the Circuit Daytona Building Beach. Floridanot

interests in the north and I IC commerce. They deal 'moreor Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit later than March 6th, A. D.
:> caught 34 beauties and printsa of Florida, In and for Flagler 1959.If.
plans to retire somewhere in less in generalities. The best of the fellows stand- County. In chancery, by HUGO V. you fail to do so. decree pro
GODDARD. The nature of this suitIs confesso will be
s Florida: He asked me tq suggest way to learn all about a com ing proudly by their catch, grin- a Bill for Divorce. You are for the' relief demanded in the

the best 'place to locate. munity is to spend some time hereby required to file, personallyor bill of complaint. The nature of
ning from ear to ear. by attorney -with the Clerk of said suit being for divorce.
J would just as soon answer there and get acquainted withit said Court your written defenses I WITNESS my hand and seal of
From, its 'advertisements you if any you have, to said Complaint, said Court this 28th day of January
the question "How far is ,up?" first hand. get to know the of-local and to serve same upon the under- A. D. 1959.Official .
signed for Plaintiff on or Seal
attorney ( )
While I have
might a personal I If this is not possible the next merchants, acquaint yourself before the 20th day of March. A. D. RRALPH E. HARBERT
preference or two that which appeals 1959. to-wit: Clerk of said Circuit Court
best thing is to subscribe to the with the kind of merchandisethey GILLESPIE AND GILLESPIE Feb. 5-12-19-Z6--4tc
to me might not interestthe Attorneys at Law.
local newspaper and study it handle and the local prices COURT
other fellow in the least. So Bank of New Smyrna BuildingNew IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
from day:to day or week to week. which you can compare 'with Smyrna Beach Florida. IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY
many things: enter into it that THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE Is FLORIDAIN
,You can depend on the local those in other areas. hereby designated as the newspaperin Re Estate of
nobody in his right mind would I II I which this Notice shall be pub- ANNA WISCHOW
paper to give you a true pictureof You and alone deter.
you >can lished once a week for four con- Deceased
attempt to point out'any spot everyday life as you would mine the best place 4or to secutive weeks. NOTICE OF ENTRY OF ORDER OF
and call it "best". you WITNESS .my hand and official ADMINISTRATION UNNECESSARY
I experience it if you were act- live. You probably won't finda seal in Bunnell, Flagler County Notice Is hereby given to all per-
My advice to those interestedin living in the'town. Florida this 9th day of February sons having claims or demands against -
locating here is to themto ually perfect community anywhere A. D. 1959. the estate of Anna Wischow.
urge I The local paper, takes'you .fc but you can depend on the RALPH E. HARBERT deceased that an order of adminis-
visit the state and look over Clerk. Circuit Court tration unnecessary has been entered -
the churches and civic clubs, local paper to picture it as it I GILLESPIE AND GILLESPIEBy by the County Judge the total
all sections. ,We all have varied I
with the actions W. M. Gillespie cash value of the estate of such
likes and dislikes. Some folks acquaints you really is. Attorney for PlaintiffFeb. decedent Is in the sum of Four
I of the city and county officials. 12-19-26 & March 5-Itc Thousand Five Hundred Dollars
want a home'on or near the (4500.00 and the name and ad-
Through it you meet the butcher IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF dress of those to whom It has been
water, others prefer inland lo the baker and candlestick A.--F i FLORIDA, SEVENTH JUDICIAL assigned by such order la as fol-
cations. I. CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR KLAGLER. follows: Iva M. Strader. daughter,
maker as well as the beggar COUNTY. IN CHANCERY 3001 Chapin Avenue Tampa 11.
Large metropolitan cities iTS.I MARGARET C. THOMPSON. Florida. All claims
appeal -.I 1..FRE JEWELER and demandsof
and theif. It reflects the good Plaintiff, creditors against 'the estate of
to folks while others
some vs. such decedent shall be
and bad. Read any local news- duly sworn
would prefer a, quiet countryor DIAMONDS- OMA M. THOMPSON.Defendant. to and filed In the office of the
I paper for six months or more REPAIRING County Judge Within eight months
farm. Those who enjoy the .. . NOTICE TO DEFEND from the first publication of this
and ,you will have the clearest .('JI... JI...:..... ..1"...J'r/"r/\I I THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: notice or the same will be forever
------ ---- OMA M. THOMPSON barred according to law.

AMERICANA Cities To See is ResidenceUnknownIt ordered that you file your 1959.This 27th day of January A. D.

I PURE OIL TIPS Answer. If any, on or before March IVA M. STRADER. .
16th. 1959. at the Office of the
Bardsfown Ky. Historic Site f'Pzy Clerk of the Circuit Court at Bun- PetitionerT.
', CLIFTON WEBB nell thereof Florida on Plaintiffs and serve Attorney copy Bunnell T. Cook.Florida Esquire

whose name and address appear Attorney for Petitioner
hereon. to the Bill of Complaintfiled Feb. 5-12.19-Z6--4tc
against you in the above entitled -
cause the same being a suit IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
x ,WITNESS my hand and seal of CHANCERY NO. 633 '
said Court this 10th day of Febru- MARGARET LUCATELLI
Y ary, A. D. 1959.RALPH Plaintiff
Clerk Circuit Court. JULIUS LUCATELLI.
Flagler County. FloridaP. I Defendant
113 North Fourth Street. THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
Palatka. Florida. Julius Lucatelli
?laa r Attorney for Plaintiff.Feb. Julio's Villa Stresa
12-19-26 & March 5-4tc Tappan Road
-- -- Norwood, New Jersey
,IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFFLAGLKR You are hereby notified that a
z':3 COUNTY ..'LOIUDA.IX suit has been filed against you in
hsYd CHANCERY NO. 3. ",D the abouve entitled cause; and you
: FRANCES JACKSON are hereby required to file your
,b0. i Plaintiff answer with the Clerk of this
c y t. vs. Court and to serve a copy therof
A I HERBERT JACKSON. JR.. upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs
Defendant. attorney, whose name and address
Herbert Jackson. Jr.
407% Main St.
I I : i 80 Penwood Drive Daytona Beach Floridanot
w old Trenton. New Jersey later
Something Something, You are hereby notified that a than March 6th A. D..
My Old Kentucky Home has been filed in 1959.
suit against
No blue. you
one If fail to do decree
you so. pro
I' the above entitled cause; and you confesso
The photograph above was taken before one of the most famous I are' hereby required to file your an- for the will relief be demanded entered againstyou in the

spots in America-"My Old Kentucky Home"-at.Bardstown. Ken- swer with the Clerk of this Court. bill of complaint. The nature of
I to serve a copythereof upon
tucky. 'For generations, Stephen Foster's great melody has been Webb's ftuRtt Service the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney said tody and suit support being for of minor Divorce child.cus-

associated with the Bardstown home of Senator John Rowan I whose name and address Is:
a u. S. VS2F I'hon W. Cecil Grant WITNESS my hand and seal of
cousin. To this day, the home at "Federal Hill" is preserved as a llivhwav 1 BtiJT in 7-3138 407% Main Street said. A.Court D. this 30th day of January -
living symbol of a departed era and a lasting tribute to the easy Big Enough to Accomodate hater Daytona than,.Beach March, Floridanot 16th. A. D. (Official Seal)
charm and graceful living of the Old South. 1959. RALPH E. HARBERT.

Bardstown Kentucky, was settled famous old .Trappist Monasteryof Small Enough to Appreciate confesso_If you fail will to be do entered so. decree against pro Feb. 5-12-19-26--4tc-Clerk of said Circuit Court

in 1775 and is..the second- Our Lady of Gethsemani. In you for the relief demanded in the
oldest town' in Bardstown is St. Cathedral NOTICE bill of complaint. The nature of -
Kentucky. Origin- Joseph's JUDICIAL I.V
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that said suit being for Divorce and JI CIRCUIT. AND
ally called Salem the name was which boasts one of the the Board of County Commissioners custody of minor child. FOR FLAGLKfl COUNTY, FLORIDA -
will receive sealed bids on Monday WITNESS hand' and 'seal of IN EQUITY NO. 3623
changed in 1782 to uBalrdsto.wn.uEXamples rarest collections of art treas my PETE IOURIKAS.N
the 2nd day of March. 1959, at the said .Court this 6th day of February >
of the,periods' archi- ures. The cornerstone for the hour of pine o'clock A. M. In the A. D. 1959.HALPH Plaintiff,
tectural development in Kentuckyare cathedral was laid in 1816 making Clerk's office in the Flagler County E. HARBERT vs. ?
Court House' for the following: Clerk of said Circuit Court LILLIAN L. MOURIKAS.
found in it the first
Bardstown. The reconstructed cathedral west of The installation of a thirty (30) (Official Seal) Defendant.
law office of Judge the Alleghenies On the Bards gallon electric water heater in the Feb. 12-19-26 & March 5-Itc NOTICE TO API'KAH AND

Rowan at Federal Hill was built town Court Square is the John County Jail. ANSWER
The successful bidder will be required IN THE CIRCUIT COURT AND IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
of .logs. The home of General Fitch Memorial a tribute to the to furnish all materials and FOR THE COUNTY OF FLAG- OF FLORIDA.

Lewis was built of logs and covered inventor of the steamboat who labor. LER. SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIR- TO: LILLIAN L. MOURIKAS.
For complete details contact CUIT FLORIDA IN CHANCERY Address unknown
with! ,clapboards.' A later spent his last days there. Sheriff' Homer W. Brooks. NO. 3624. You are hereby notified that a

I. construction the Old Talbott Bardstown and Nelson County The Board reserves the right to EDWARD REED LAWMAN. suit haa been brought against you
reject any or all bids. Plaintiff. In the Circuit Court of Flasrlor sometimes knownas make up, one of the leading distilling Dated at Bunnel. Florida, this v. County. Florida. In equity by PETE
the Old Stone Tavern is typi- 10th day of February. A. D. 1959.. RUTH YOLANDER LAWMAN :MOURIKAS. Plaintiff, and you are
cal of early stone buildings with centers in Kentucky the (Official Seal)' Defendant. hereby required to file personally
nation's principal distilling state. C. H. COWART, Chairman, NOTICE OF PUBLICATION or by Attorney with the Clerk of
deep wooden window casings and Board County Commlssioers, IN THE NAME OF THE STATE said Court, your written defenses.
heavy ceiling timbers. In the late 1780's a 'relative of Flakier County. Florida. OF FLORIDA: if any. to the Complaint In said
Tourists Daniel Boon began operating a"still" ATTEST: TO: RUTH YOLANDA LAWMAN suit on or before the 28th day
find number
a of his- RALPH E. HARBERT. Clerk Cuthbert Manor. Apt. M-l of February A. D. 1959. and also
toric and scenic attractions in in Nelson County., Today Board of County Commissioners Westmount. New Jersey to serve a copy of your written

the Bardstown area. Nearby is distilleries are in operation along Flagler County, GREETINGS; defenses upon OSSINSKY & KROU
Florida. YOU ARE HEREBY cited notified Solicitors for Plaintiff at their office -
Wickland, "the home of three practically every highway that February 19-26-2tc admonished ordered and required at 411 Main Street. Daytona
governors" and Gethsemanl.' the leaves the city. to file your answer to the Beach Florida.. on or' before the
bill of complaint filed herein 28th day of February. A. D. 1959.

.. ........... ........... ......-........ against you in the above entitled as required by the Florida equity
&. ...1'.."................. ........................;ig stir Uaglrr SribunrBU1CICKLU 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
H FOR ,ALL HOURS-DAY ORNIGHr ler County. Florida, on or before be entered against you by default.
FLORIDA" the 28th day of February. A. D. You are further notified that the .
1959. and to serve a copy of such name of the Court In which said
answer upon HAWKINS ORFINGER suit has been instituted Is the Cir-
AMBULANCE & MOORE. Attorneys for-Plaintiff cuit Court. Seventh Judicial Cir-
MRS. M. B. FULLER. Editor herein whose address Is 218 cuit of Florida in equity, and that
PHONE, VMiieyio a East Granada Avenue. Post Office the title of said cause is as herein-
SERVICE Box 1934. Ormond Beach. -Florida above set forth.
ST. AUGUSTINE.:FLORIDA DeUmate4 Official Pmblleattoa on or before said date as requiredby You are further,notlfted that the
the Florida Equity Rulos. nature of said suit Is a suit for
I.. Pnblle Ifetfee .* Plaster THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE Is divorce and exclusive custody of .

Never be hesitant about calling a Garda 'Amrmlanre. We Cuty, Mvalelpalltie, tkerei hereby designated as 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 _* the State .f .FI...... published once a week' for four the Complaint. ,
Consecutive weeks. WITNESS my hand and seal of
I HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A DECREE office at Bunnell. Flagler County
Eatered M eeemd elM matte* PRO CONFESSO WILL BE Florida this 22nd day January..
< Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator February e.ills at ... p**t.toet SUCH FAILURE. The nature of RALPH E. HARBERT ,
this suit Is a bill for divorce. An Clerk of the Circuit,Courtof
at BaaacU Jri...... mar act .! WITNESS MY HAND and seal of Flagler County. Florida

Garcia Funeral HomeP. March S. 187*. office at Bunnell. Flagler County. (Circuit Court Seal)
.. Florida this 20th day of January By Audrey. B. McKnlght.
A. D. 1959. < Clerk.
E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director (Seal) RALPH E. HARBERTClerk OSSINSKY 4c KROLDeputy
( One year: IL1i0els Circuit Court_ Solicitors for Plaintiff

LADY ASSISTANT IDODth. fLU Flagler County. FloridaBy 411 Main Street

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"Boundless" Prairie 1 1 I word meaning "extensive meadj j Scientists believe the North I become .aware of the treasure weeds. Only recently have men
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'ow. |I American prairie originated a- that is slipping through their fingers, but now there is real
Has Nearly Vanished I!!I BeYOnd the' prairie's waving bout 25'millions years ago afteran moisture.For hope that what remains of the

I grasses and flowers lay' the I uplift of the Rocky Mountainsand untold ages, the prairie prairie can be preserved as partof

The prairie, which played a Great Plains, an even bigger but consequent changes in cli endured. Then civilization ar- the country's living heritageto

major role in American history, drier and sparser grassland that mate. The mountains blockedthe rived. Overgrazing began and delight Americans of the fu

has almost vanished. swept to the Rocky Mountains.It .I moisture-laden winds comIng the rich grasses gave way to ture.

Plows tore up the rich grass- prise is and hard joy to of imagine the the pioneers sur- t and in the from winds the that Pacific, vaulted Ocean the r...............................,........_.......-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.
. lands for farms. Cities "
rose.I when they first saw the prairie Rockies were dry and produced
I Suburbs spread. Roads ate up AREA BUSINESS
grasslands. little rainfall. Hence treegrowthwas i. DIRECTORY I
r. more sod. Today there'remain

I only a few shreds of the original I I I "They run. far as the eye gradually generally retarded.disappeared Forests, and ......................................................_.-...................................,
t' prairie whose rich grasses and can see," General Josiah Harmar
II grasses. took over. The grasses I AUTO SERVICE BOAT SERVICE
delicate flowers once astonishedand reported to Secretary of War
'were sparse in the drier Great
delighted pioneers coming I I II Henry Knox on November 24, Plains area, but lush in the McDANIEL'S ORMOND MARINA '
out of the eastern forests. 1787. "Here & there a corpse of
prairie where there was more NEW COVERED STORAGE
I woods is interspersed. They are Service Station tor boats on trailers
l But at least some of the original -
free from brush & undergrowth Concrete Ramp
prairieland may be saved STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
and not the least vestige of their MARINE WAYS-EXPERT REPAIRS
.} for the future. National Park I I,I Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs Boats rebuilt & refinished
''ever having been cultivated. The Gulf white & marine products
Service officials are studying gas \
is excellent for grazing, Bunnell ID 1618 John Anderson
'I country 7.7119 Dr. OK 7-2632
surviving prairie areas with the I.
4 and abounds in Buffalo, Deer "
idea that a prairie national
Bears, etc.
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monument may some day
In 1824 William Blane described : Johnson's Boat ''Basin
created. Already the/University >
his feelings as he cross- I
f of Missouri has acquired 160- .
e'd the "boundless meadows" ) GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen
acre Tucker Prairie near Colum_
west of Vicennes, Indiana. Rented 7 days a week
bla, Missouri, and will try to I' 7 A.M.: -10 P.M.-7 Days
"I .perfectly alone, and Live Bait-Launching Ramp
preserve the original sod. Conservation I I'I State&Lambert' 1-ID 7-7190 Fishing Tackle
could see nothing in any direction
groups are taking a 10 mi. N. Flagler Beach on AlA
but and Leaving
I sky grass. -
lively interest. I I Colonial Service Station
the wood appeared like embarking I
From Forests to Plains i BOAT SHOP
I[ alone upon the ocean; EARL E. RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION
The prairie known to the pioneers and, upon again .approaching! Largest and Most Complete
\ was a magnificent meadowland I the wood, I felt as if returning !II MOTOR TUNE-UP
CAN MAKE PROFITS RISE BY Stock of Boats, Motors
f that stretched from the''p I to land .. Not a living thing'
forest margins of Indiana and could I see or hear, except the WISE ADVERTISING. CALL US u.s. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL Marine Supplies in the Area

Wisconsin into Kansas and the I 1 occasional rising of some prairie TODAY AND LEIS TALK ABOUT St. Augustine-Ph. VA 9.2764 '

. Dakotas. In the north it ranged j I II I fowls, or perhaps a large hawk YOUR ADVERTISING NEEDS. Hall's Atlantic StationJack CLEANERS

i into Manitoba, and in the south, or eagle wheeling about over my .
Hall, Proprietor .
I Into Texas. Early settlers gave I I head." BUNNELL CLEANERS

J. it the name prairie, a French I 25 Million Years Old NEWSPAPER ADS SELL FOR SURE! GASOILSLUBRICATION11resBatterlesACcesorles
Open Daily 8-5:30
I BUNNELL Tel. ID 7-3652 Saturday 8-6:30

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7:30 A.M. to 9 P.M. Sick Room Supplies .
'-"" Sundries .
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\ A 1:1: J.' L. Presswood Garage Thompson Pharmacy

STANDARD PRODUCTS Your Health Is Wealth .
1 General Repairing-Road Service Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS

.. Visit Our Grocery DepartmentFor

't ; Frozen Foods and Staples In Our Hands

FLAGLER BEACH' 141 W. Granada-Ormond 7-3670

Sullivan's Gulf Service ...
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,). Beach Information P,O. Box 3 Bunnell, Fla.
"Specializing Clean Rest In Rooms"In Service and Flowers For All OccasionsWe

The Heart of Flagler Beach accept orders for Delivery

r Anywhere in the U.S.A.

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Armstrong & Kentile

.,." South U.. S. 1 BunnelL Flo. Sold and Installed
: .. :' :.' I All Work Guaranteed .
0j' AUTO REPAIRS Ormond Beach OR 7.3181

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: /. 'c/11' C Cheater McKenzie MechanicCOMPLETE I Flagler Beach Hardware

=, !<< ,..'\t : ': Right Now We'll Overhaul and FISHING TACKLE
;: : I
:> ; Repair Your Power Mower
No Job Too Big Or' Too Small ,Duralite Paint-That Good Paint

; : f : aren't reserved for Rajahs J '..::.;\ 111 No. Bay St. Bunnell HEmlock FLAGLER 9-2193 -BEACH HI way No. 11

.: .' -,; "J' ',;;" ,, ::: Smitty's 66 Service
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The Moat Complete Modem
I t i; ...;- :. .. a magic carpet, you Auto Service on Margaret GivensReg.
{. ,: r .t! ," : FLAGLER BEACH .
Real Estate Broker ,
I .\. :' ,'.' know. Right in your own .... General Repair*-Wheel Balancing Notary PublicSpecializing
'7;dr' '* Towing, & Wrecking
\ 4 .. home or office. With it you can ; TV Stamps I OCEAN & RIVER PROPERTIES In

t .,\.'. t travel. to the ends of the earth, visit < ;. AUTO PARTS-USED Ken Phone Mar Motel-Flagler HEmlock 9-2035 Beach .

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.j friends, speed. to the aide of loved ones. _; I' Vet's Service Station BUILDING SUPPLIES I

r i';J_ You can do,all these things,and more ,,: ,NEW & USED PARTS WICKLINE
""" \ ',4' ".;" : Top Prices Paid for Wrecked Cars
i ,;. withthewonderfulmagicthatisyourt 24-Hour Towing, and Wrecking Building Supplies

M: telephone. And this magic :. ServiceU. CANT -= CEMENT BLOCKS .

:- .S. 1 South ID 7-3557 or -
; : 7.34701 STEEL.
1 :,. :: carpet is ready to go ,'.';' ,.'=-r '. (
Flagler Beach HE 9-2254
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right now. How q \i' "**. BAR AND PACKAGE STORELUCKY'S I
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1>; Mrs. Weeks Dies ,ANNUAL BAND CONCERTSTAGEDFRIDAY WINTER Former Resident Jury Frees Four "into the defendants the dark night had lured where Jones they

NITE In Murder Trial were armed to the teeth" for an
In Daytona Beach I The annual Winter Concert,by Passed' Away illegal purpose, ,but they had

" .' I the "Biggest Little Band in I (Continued from page 1) I I found they had a "tiger by the
; :Mrs. Annie E. Weeks, widow I Dixie," the Bunnell High School Last Thursday tail."

..: of the late W. B. Weeks of Bu- I Band, will be held in the Flag; /
,' deputy sheriff the night of December Jones, it was reported, was an
low, passed away February, 2nd ler Gymnasium, Friday'evening,I Alexander George Thompsonof
at the Halifax Hospital in Daytona February 20, at 8 o'clock. Sanford, N. c.:former resident 5, that, he had killed expert marksman in target prac
Jones. On the witness' stand tice.
Beach. 1 For the first time, the guest of Flagler County, passed awayin
I Jackson Miss. Tuesday he said he did not remember -
Mrs. Weeks had resided in conductor' for the evening has on February
12 it learned here this week. anything from the time
been chosen from the ranks of was
Daytona Beach, with her son, I Glisson fell into
Mr. resided in Es- dying halfway
Alumni of Bunnell High School. Thompson
Weeks, since the deathof
and he ( )
arms McCraney
Charles H. Turner, graduating panola where he was engagedin -
.. her husband in 1955. the farming industry from was struck on his head with a BEACH REALTY CO.
Weeks born in Haw Senior at Florida State University -
Mrs. was majoring in music, will con 1921 to 1943. During "the time pistol, until he came to himself_ LOTS, .HOMES, OCEAN FRONT,
". Creek. Shortly after, her parents
duct "Fantasy for Band" by he lived there he served several halfway across the airport.In WATER FRONT, FARMS,
S moved to Moses Creek, about 10 .
After Frank Erickson. terms as county commissionerfrom his to the jury, ACREAGESee
: miles south of St. Augustine. summary
:' her marriage to Mr. Weeks Charles is the son of Mr. and District Five. After leaving State Attorney W. W. Judge' acknowledged us for your real estate needs

they moved to Bulow where they Mrs.. Rodgers Turner of Bunnell. Flagler County he resided in De- labor trouble at the Office Phone HE 9.2032

resided until his death., I During his university career, Land two years and then moved plant last fall had created an Residence Phones ID 7-3691
She is survived by one son, Charles has' been prominent in .to Holly Hill where he resided explosive situation. He also said or ID 7.3517
Weeks of Daytona music circles at the school. He until 1949. I
Raymond I I.
,Beach, and several grandchil- I has played first trumpet with Mr. Thompson is survived by
the "Marching Chiefs" and has his wife, Mrs. Mae Thompson of I

dren. ... I toured the South as soloist with I Sanford, N. C.; one son, Russell INSVRE-Stay Insured &

the band. Not limiting himselfto I Thompson.of Sanford, N. C.; one
1 just band' music, he is presently daughter, Mrs. H. G. Spence of
METHODIST CHURCH performing with the Uni Greensboro, N. C. Also survivingare GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM

It was announced today thata versity Symphony Orchestra. Recently one sister, Mrs. Raymond

"Prayer Vigil" will be held at he spent one summer Weeks, Daytona Beach one H. T. COOK AGENCY,
the First Methodist Church fora touring with the Ralph Flanna- I brother, J. E. Burnsed. Holly Hill,

24 hour period, beginning Fri gan Dance Band on a continental I and two grandchildren. Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell Florida
day evening February 20 at 6 and tour. Funeral services were held in ,

continuing ,until Saturday eve Numbers by the band on its Greensboro, N. C. at the Lam-

ning Saturday evening at 6. program are: Welsh Folk Suite beth-Troxler Funeral ,Home at .

It was also stated that the by A. O. Davis; arrangement two o'clock Wednesday after-

church will be open all of the of "Carnival of Melody" by noon. CRAIG FUNERAL HOME

24 hours and that someone will'Richard Hawkins; the Maxinku- .
school and the'Band Parents As-
'be in the church all of the time. chee Overture by Richard Bowles A. H. CRAIG, Funeral Director
sociation. No admission is
Anyone wishing to offer'pray. conducted by Student Conductor
" charged. Everyone is invited.
ers are urged to avail them- David Shields; Leetonis Overture

selves of this opportunity.. directed by Band Student MaryJo -"'...._._._- ; AIR LADY OXYGEN I


; band numbers and, always, the Registered ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
CLASSIFIED! fine traditional marches.As .

is the usual custom, the Real Estate Broke] Phone ID 7-3532 j

annual concerts are always produced

: I ADS under ,the auspices of the .....-. 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDAClievilA
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s- BO eeaa laaeldraa, ebarseFOR j fI

' ,. RENT Sale or trade 1 bed .

room,furnished trailer located at (/pQ car.that's wanted

t' ,Fred Brannam's property off .
t' Deen Road, or see Hannah Rod. '. \
; gers' Grocery, ,Bunnell. Phone J' ', ,
. ID 77155., 2-19-ltp ,:: ,

0 i,;f., FOR RENT 3 room furnished ': for all its.wont. / ', ,

apartment: Inquire upstairs in :,

Idelson Building._ 2-19-tfc /,. -

;. FOR RENT Space in.. Idelson .,.Some of the valuable things that make a Chevy so rewarding own: '

.. Building. Was occupied by beauty -
SLIMLINE DESIGN-fresh, fine .BRAKES-deeperdnnnswithbetter'' new ease of handling. TRIPLE-
L. shop, for 20 years. Inquire
!' and fashionable with a practical slant. cooling for safer stopping and up to TURBINE TURBOGLIDE POWER- f'
:: at Sam's Bargain House or write
:, M. Idelson Fla. II
: Leesburg,
i l i I ; more width for seating comfort, to 10% more miles per gallon, sion head a full list of extra-cost
t. 2-19-tfc I I more luggage space, plus that improved normal-speed perform- options that make for happier

: FOR SALE-In Flagler Beach. ,' famous Fisher Body soundness. ance.. VIM-PACKED Vffs-eight driving.

.: Reward to you if you know who .- MAGIC-MIRROR FINISH-a new to choose from, with compression .
':... nicely furnished units type that keeps its shine without ratios ranging up to 11.25 to 1.
; all, ,occupied. Down paymentlow 'Y' waxing or polishing for up to three FULL COIL SUSPENSION-, ," ."
years. SWEEPING NEW OVER. further refined for a smoother,
no closing,cost, will finance.
," HEAD CURVED WINDSHIELDsteadier ride"on any kind of road. CHEVROLET
balance. Terms arranged an-
: and"bigger windows-all of Safety EASY-RATIO STEERING-brings
nual, semi, or monthly. Contact .
Plate Glass. NEW, BIGGER you reduced wheel-turning effort,
f; Mrs. Pal Parker at P. 0. Box 218, .
: Flagler Beach or phone Hemlock
k' 9.2073 2-19-ltc

t' _--.._. 6" "
t. WANTED-A relief girl over 21 .t rN

=': ,.years of age,. with knowledge of r, -
..Ji restaurant work. Applicant must
have reference. Contact Mrs.
; :: Eckerd at' Ocean View Restaurant : r' .. '

'tr : ,. Flagler"Beach. 2-19-tc' i I

,r; .FOR RENT 2 bedroom home' .

r: furnished. Call at ,Florence's' : :frffr f r.'f.:.
i : Diner. 2-19-ltp
f !
SHARE HOME-Widow would J'l

i like .to share home with working ..
couple.Private bedroom with
t .
t, kitchen privileges. Real home

V;, '; for the right party. No children
". -, and no pets. Call IDlewood

k 72739. 2-19-ltc
.t.; BIELEJESKI :1a.

Income Tax Consultant :,

.... 1 mile west of ,Bunnell i:,'4f
Highway 100. .. .
I'.j.;. addition line-the Bel Air .
Phone ID-7-3307' :l. -.tfcI' A fIN Chevy's, beautiful 4-Door Sport Sedanjiow I

FOB SALE-2 bedroom CBS : j "

., home in':Hlllcrest,' Flagler Beach. : : ',:- -, ,.., -see the wider selection of models at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's! :" I IT
lot and : : _.."
Large large.garage, vacant : : ,>- -- \ -
,Call:H. F. Lerch,.HEmlock ,4-- ..
: 92395. "-' : : \ # -' .\?::..
.. 3 bedroom unfurnished house I ,
., .
.. See.!Harold, Massie at .Flagler I ,
if r. ,Beach. 11-27-11 :TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 BUNNELL, FLORIDA
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