The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
August 6, 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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: County Board CONSERVATIONCAMP FIVE ATTENDING \ Bunnell Lions Meet Womans' WednesdayFor Club To School BudgetHearing .

Holds Session Attending THIS'WEEK the i Conservation Having Benefit -Last MeetingMrs. Is Set ,

Camp at Camp McQuarrie this Reynolds Hoover an-

week include County Agent Howard Softball Game .nounced today there will be one

On New Budget Taylor and 4-H Club mem- more Summer meeting of the *For August 13The
The Bunnell! Lions Club will
bers Eddie Pellicer on Wednesdaymorning
Harry Ku-
stage a benefit Softball, game
The Board of 'County Commis. leski, Mike McMillian and Arthur here the August 12 at ten Board of Public Instruc-
tonight on city's softball -
sioners recessed Monday at noon Carle. 'President o'clock. tion will hold a public hearingon
field Club
: Leonard
': .. and until The \ includes The fall program of the club its 1959-60 in
Tuesday evening to program water Moody announced today.A budget the office / J

consider ,the new ,budget that skiing, making lures, forestry' I team made up of players begins in September it was of the county superintendenton ;

will go into effect -October 1.: conservation, and others. .from the four team league that stated. Thursday, August 13, at three *, -

At the Tuesday 'evening, the The boys left Monday' and will ;has just finished its season here o'clock in the afternoon.The .

board made but few changes in return, home Saturday. will play'against the Woodward- tabulation of anticipation

the preliminary' budget figures I Lother team from, Ormond Beach Merchant income and:expenses of the various .

,: prepared by the Clerk Ralph E.Harbert league. The game is scheduledto Group I funds and items is printedon
". and it is anticipatedthat KindergartenChildren I begin at 8:15, Moody: said. another page of this issue of

\ total estimated expenditures I sets The Tribune.
The late starting hour was Meeting MondayLetters
for the new budget will be DueExamination that those who atttended the Z. D. Holland, county superIntendent -

: ,approximately ,the same as last: timber growers .fishfry :may be said today that

, year. .. : schools in this county will be
able to attend. will go out this week
, At the meeting Monday Tax The is being to opened for the 1959-60 term on
game staged to all merchants in Bunnell in
Assessor D. D. asked for Monday, August 31.
, Moody
", raise funds for'the charity proj viting them to meet next Mon
and received another 30-day extension All parents of. Kindergarten ects of the club. Moody said thata day evening with others in the
submission1 Children are asked to take their
of the
low admission to be chargedand '
Community Center building at
,! tax roll, but it is expected that children to ,the Flagler County it is hoped that the game 8 o'clock.W. Mrs. :Nelson
Health Department or to their "
the overall assessments will be
\ will be well attended. He declared F. Clark. Jr., chairman of
about 20 percent' greater than private physician for a physical that it I will be 'a game the merchants division of the Dies WednesdayMrs.

,;" "last year. The Railway Assess examination before, school opens, well worth seeing because both
I St. Augustine Chamber of Qom- .
r ing Board in Tallahassee has al- Principal Carl Hornsby said to. Caroline Nelson of Flag-
( teams are in top shape and merce will speak to ,the group, ler Beach died 'at the local hos
the I I '
ready assessment approximately day.Those "Rarin" to go.Dewey telling them something of the
$9,000. However, who plan to.take the pital early Wednesday morning
I program carried on by the St. following illness of several
children to the Health Department an
Moody hopes to induce the as '
I do so Monday. I Augustine group.A weeks duration. Mrs. Nelson
sessment valued here. i may any Stuckey ,
small of businessmen
i Those going to their Family group was a native of England and
met here: two 'weeks ago had lived in White Plains N. Y. ,
i Doctor will make thir own ap ,

., JBunnell. ,To, _Have. .J I:pointments.Those .. Dies Tuesday, and discussed feasibility of or- before coming to Flagler Beach _

: kindergarten children ganizing a merchants association to live seven years ago.. She was

;. Dental Office Soon :who ,have not already registeredare Morning for Bunnell. Nothing more 82 years of age.

t } asked to contact Mr. Horns definite than preliminary' discussion She is survived by her hus-

Bunnell wilt'soon'have a much by at the'school house. A. Dewey Stuckey of ,Flagler resulted from the first band, John Nelson, Connecticut .

needed practicing, dentist. He Beach died morning in meeting. It was pointed out
t ,Plans are being completed to Tuesday Avenue, 'Flagler Beach: three
Is Dr., Allen Reynolds, once a the Flagler ,Oinicjind Hospital that any'and all merchants and *Mrsf. '
school tu August 31.Mr.. daughters, John M. Han
open '
+:resident,.of% p&kftell! Whenhis Hornsby*said-:.'* labor.."Day 'will following' a;lengthy Illness.*. other businessare_invited to the ford: Kenmore, N.'Y.; Mrs.. Jew-

parents were members, of the be holiday he added. He was born in Espanola on meeting Monday to, discuss further ette Bachman of Buffalo, N. Y.,
TJunneU School_Faculty and December 11 1898'and 1 j I the proposed organization.
Dr.1 ,The teachers Pre-School Con- was a and Mrs. Tom Tilkington of England

..r Reynolds was ,a student. ference begins on August 19. lifelong resident of Flagler I ;, one son, John, R. Nelson, '
t Dr. Reynolds will establish an County. He was a member Of
e High School Jr., Kenmore, N. Y. Also surviv-
office in the Dashoff building
one of the pioneer families of
ing nine
are grandchildren, four
. on U. S. Highway 1. Workmenare Southern BellIntroduces this area.
Holds Student great-grandchildren, and several
remodeling the building to -
Mr. Stuckey was a member of neices and newphews.
suit'his purpose and Dr. New the Primitive 'Baptist Church.
; Funeral services will be held
Reynolds expects 'to open:, for He had been employed as a Work ShopA from the Craig Funeral
patients within 10 to two '
days Call DirectorA in of
; care Lehigh '
ranger Student Workshop wa'sheld 201 East Moody Blvd., at 10 o'-
weeks, he said today.
multi-button Cement Company before at the ,Bunnell High School last clock Saturday morning. Inter-
Dr. Reynolds'just recently completed
construction of the 'plant here. Thursday with ten high school ment will at
the "Call Di.rector' Espanola
business telephone,
his tour' of duty with the
"' He was employed at the plant students meeting with Principal Cemetery.
was recently introduced
U. S. Armed Forces.
'" by.Southern Bell Telephone Com I after it was completed. Carl Hornsby, John Cannon, and Craig Funeral Home is in
Mr. Stucke is survived his I '
by Mrs. Emma Murray. charge of arrangements. The
Teen and..Pre-Teen. pany. widow, 'Mrs. Hazel Stuckey of The of the meetingwas body will .
The new instrument, featuringa I purpose rest at the chapel from
modern'functional design, was J Flagler Beach; one, stepson, W1K to discuss problems and 7 'o'clock Friday evening until

Dance: Party News developed for the businessmanwho I liam Leonard of Ormond Beach;; needs of students at the school the funeral hour.Printing .

than six three, brothers, William Stuckeyof and ,to make plans for a student"
needs pushbuttons
more .,
The Teen and Pre Teen dance '
Ormond; Louis and Jesse handbook which will be pub-
and the
't' Tuesday evening drew 214, with on_ telephone clerk who, answers Stuckey of Marineland; ,two half lished before school opens. Industry .
secretary or
71 attending the Pre Teen party sisters, :Mrs. Nora Malphurs of Students taking part in the
calls 'for number of people.
and 143 atttending. the Teen Ray Leach a Southern Bell man- Bunnell and Mrs. Bertha. Strick- i workshop were Faye Bass, Nancy In Florida Shows

Dance. land of Ormond Beach. Also Bannam; Holland Joan
Gary ,
in Daytona'Beach, said the '
The crowd greeted with en- ager"Call Director" incorporates in a surviving are several nelces and Hoff, Barbara Weaver: JoAnn Growth in Ten Years'
thusian the. news that the New nephews.
.- single unit many features that Morris, Miles Moody, Michael Publishing houses and print-
Flagler Beach Recreation Center Funeral services will be held
McMilllan Susan Brannam, and
separate pieces firms
formerly required ing in Florida turned out
would soon be open for them. from the Bunnell Methodist Mary Jo
; Daugherty.
of SAt million worth
equipment. some $130 of newspapers -
The Top Tune selected for next Church at two o'clock Thursday
the touch of a button, it
magazines, pamphletsand
was "Red River Rock": King and afternoon'with the pastor, Rev.
provides such service as Intercommunication Recreation Center other literature last year. -
Queen for the Pre-Teen group W. L. Spicer, Jr., officiating. In- .
transfer calls This volume of printed and Illustrated
next Tuesday was Marylan Mc- in
terment will following ,Espanola
signaling and conference calling materials is three times
Meeting Monday
Nab and Donnie Grumble. The Cemetery.The .
between extensions. It also allows the size of, the industry's product -
Teen King and Queen were Eric body will rest at the Craig
a user access to severalother Well AttendedMore In the state ten years ago,
Kuleskl and Pattie Niesen. Funeral Home, 201 East Moody
lines and permits the hold- the State Chamber of Cdmmercesays.

ing of a call on ,one line while Blvd., from 7 o'clock Wednesday than a hundred towns- .

Bunnell Methodist another line is answered.The evening until noon Thursday, people atttended the meeting There are about 600 printing
and at the church from 1 oclock
"Call Director" was tested ; Monday evening to make plans I establishments: the, state to

Church News 'extensively in ,a".six-month trial until the funeral hour. for the, new recreation center I day. These firms employ some
among business customers, Mr. Pallbearers are Joe E. White for Flagler Beach. 14,000 persons and have an an-

Rev. W.' L. Spicer Jr., said the Leach said. It available in Bert Powell Miller Teters, Ly- The recreation center movement nual payroll of approximately

subject of his sermon for next 18- and 30.button models and in man Gage Tom- Harkness, and for the young people of $60 million. '

Sunday ,morning will be "The a variety of colors. Henry Wells. the town was sponsored by the The' largest portion of the
Truth Shall ,Make You Free." Craig Funeral Home is in
newly organized Methodist Men printing business in Florida is .

; All members' and friends of the ,. charge, of arrangements., Club of Flagler Beach about a I done by newspaper plants with

: .church are,invited to attend. N month After several products last valued
HOW LAKES WERE CREATED ago. plan- year at
Methodist Youth Fellowship Junior Womans ning meetings' it was decided, to $98.8 'million. Commercial plants

Sub-District will meet' at the New England's thousands of Club Dance sponsor. recreation center in produced $23.4 million in a wide

," Trinity Methodist Church in Pd.t ponds and lakes were formed Flagler Beach and they would variety of items. Lithographic

latka on ,Monday,* August- ,10th- during the retreat of the continental The Junior Woman Club held use the .City,owned building\ on establishments turned out fin-

at 7:30.P; MT fc ,ice: 'sheet, ,when, .glacial their,summer, dance on Saturday the ,corner of Central Avenue ished goods worth '$5.2 million

,- The Official"Board' ,met .,at,the debris: dammed river valleysand evening at the Bunnell Community and 8th Street and magazines published in the

Church on Wednesday' evening, deranged the ,drainage pat Center \vith_Bob O'Sheals Following the meeting Monday 2 state were! worth $2.6 million. ..

\ of this week. tern.! :As 5sthe ice,melted,'the.sea. Bandy furnishing'!
Rev Spicerhas returned after rose) and! advanced, over" the large crowd-.>attended :and door side on Tuesday and new floors 1 In Florida outstrips profuctfonbut

,_ S a week at the Methodist- Youth coastal lowlands ,drowning the prizes were won by Levi ,Bran- are to be laid this week. It is 4: ; figures on this phaseof

Camp" 'at- 'Leesburg. ::where.." he. mouths of streams, to 'form the nam, Jack Holt, Myrna KnIght. expected, that It Will'' be ready 4 the industry are not available.

t taught in the 1Day Camp: estuaries of present-day Maine's and Tony'Kahlert. for use, in the very near future. at this time. -- -


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f I ROYAL NEIGHBORS Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knight
., HONOR CHARTER MEMBERSA from Haw Creek spent Friday
! surprise social was includedin here at their beach home.E. Quality Furniture
eac I "We're Out of' the
.-:,\ 0 the meeting of %e Royal Hight Rent Dlstrlcr'CHRIS'S
Neighbors America last Monday F. Peterman is a patient in
.- LUNA BABBITT evening the home'of Mrs. the Veteran's Hospital in Lake FURNITURE

.. Telephone HEmlock 9.2098 Pauline Magee to honor her! City for medical treatment. 1660 Rldccvrood Ave. 11.117. Hill

mother, Mrs. Susie Riddell. Mrs. ,
I Riddell was celebrating her
YOUNG PEOPLE'S Mr. and Mrs: Leonard Johnson
SOCIETY 11 I I birthday that week and she was INSIRE-Stay Iis red & Rest Assured
I and 'Miss Barbara Babbitt entertained also recognized as..a charter

A Young-People's Society has at the Johnson home on member of the organization.

B been added to the program of Sunday honoring their father, Eleven members attended and GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROMH.

the Community Memorial Churchfor Arthur, Babbitt, with a surprise the birthday cake was presentedto
at 7:00'P. M. celebration. A Mrs. Riddell by Mrs.-Florence
every Sunday birthday groupof '
The'first meeting was held Sun- relatives and ,friends were Norcross. Game prizes were won T. COOK AGENCYCitizens

day evening under the direction I there and two contests were I by Miss May Keifer and Mrs. ...
of Miss Kathleen D. Baker and played. Receiving prizes were Ada Kudrna. The galloping Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florid,
the speaker for the evening was Mrs. Walter Knight, Mrs. M. B. goose went to Mrs. Blanche Ak-
ers. The next meeting is scheduled -
Howard ,The Walter
Wisehaupt. programs Fuller Knight George
each week will be fol- Moody and Mrs. Mae Shill. in August the home of
f I Mrs. Florence Norcross. Mrs. FEMALE HELP WANTEDFull
by refreshments and a
\ The birthday cake dec-
was Eugenia Allen is Oracle.
.. s social get-together. The memo or part-time. Good pay for qualified person willing
orated in yellow roses and a
bership will include young people to work. at
from the seventh grade through miniature bathroom fixture set I Misses Nancy and Sally Dzio-

the high school. .Miss Baker has was placed on top. Ice cream ba from Ormond Beach spent BAKER'S 5 & 10 Bunnell, Florida
'. and punch were served with the Tuesday here visiting. with their I
invited all young people in that I .
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age bracket.Mr. cake. Among the guests were grandmother, Mrs. Nettle Bru-. -
Mr. and Mrs. George Miles sich. \

Moody, Mr. and Mrs. Walter OPENING THIS WEEKEND.
and Mrs. Al Dompe, Sr. Knight, George Moody, Sr., Mrs. Mr. and Mrs: Jesse Workmanand '

from Crescent City are staying Henry Shill Mr. and Mrs. M. family motored to Orlandoto OUR NEW STOREMoody's

.. here now in their.beach. home. B. Fuller Mrs. Dan Hughes, spend the day Monday. 1
,.\ Penny Barditzky,, Barbara Babbitt .
:,< Spending last week at Flagler Judson Stryker, Davy, Deb- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Danner Beach Center

Beach were Mr. and Mrs. Leon I bie and Dale Johnson, Gary,and her daughter, Bonnie EC- !

Braddock from Seville- and they Watson. Arthur Babbitt and Mrs. I kard, returned to their home I FLAGLER BEACH
L were accompanied by her sister, Babbitt. I here Friday from a trip to Durham COMPLETE FOUNTAIN SERVICE
Mrs.; i" Mateo. I receiving medical attention at COSEMETICS FILMS.
Mrs. Elsie Graham and Mrs. .
Emmett Robinson motored to Duke University. At- Present We Have A ,
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r and sons from Jacksonville spent Seville last Thursday to spend PRESCRIPTION PICK-UP STATIONFOR

'. \ Sunday here with her aunt Mrs. the day. I FRED A. FRUITS

'.. ''Gladine Chalfinch.
. I' Owen Kirkpatrick has returnedto I JEWELER Moody's Pharmacy, Bunnell, Florida
his home here after being
> Mr. and Mrs. ,Reynold Hoover DIAMONDS-WATCHES
with the National Guard Fast Delivery
: returned to their home here .Friday away I BEPAlBlNG"
iSo :;". from their trip to Wisconsin. .I for two weeks. I l'.J'J'._.....-_.-"........_....-J\AJ\I

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r Mrs. George Miles Moody as WHY DO WITHOUT greater roominess :

} their house 'guests were her I .\ Automobile Manufacturers Assoelation" -
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t, : cousins MrT and.M'rs. Raymond : I the: .* *iChevy'8 >-. records earry'#lie facts on { i>
'' Haven, and their son, Richard, I : A LITTLE. LUXURY car'ofthfrtleading that this. In a Chevy sedan;example,
J' from Middletown Ohio. They low-priced three you've got more front seat head I

: ;. arrived Sunday after spending a I o J [7 gives you the convenience than all but one of the high- .,
,.:., week. in Palm Beach and stayed LIKE'THIS crank-operated tent vrindouq.No priced cars! And Chevy's front "
'f'. '4 ) until Wednesday. AccompanyI I awkward latches to fumblewith seat hip room.spreads up to 5.9

-, II I ing them was Mrs. Haven's your knuckles and inches wider than comparable cars. ;
:::- Jack.Beaver.Mrs. \ LET ALON'
<. Q 4 fingernails will appreciate it.
Betty Shultz returned to
her home here Saturday after

r/ ." visiting her sister, Mrs. Frances THESE BIG CHEVY VIRTUES bigger :'

.'!,'.. Ruston, in Jacksonville.Miss ,
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; Penny Barditzky came I' .
f. Friday to spend part of her vacation Here's solid proof that Chevrolet ;

'.-' here with her parents, squeezes more miles out of a gallon:
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Barditzky. In the famous Mobilgas Economy
Penny left from, Auburndale full coil rideYou're Run, two Chevrolet sixes with .
Powerglide took the first two places
where she is employed with a .
I the expert on ride,so you'llwant in their class.
Winning mileage
citrus company last week, and
J. to try Chevy's easygoing 22.38 And that friends
m.p.g. ,
made a trip to New York City
I smoothness for yourself. MOTOR ,
M bigger brakes took top honors for Chevy from ..
.K' for six days before she
; camer TREND magazine can give a
.you every full-sized car! :: '
: :=,. Bigger,yes, and built with bonded hint of what you're in for: ". J." A

linings! bras.much as 66% longer the! smoothest, most quiet softest ;<+'
.,.' '.. Spending Wednesday here were life. And how's this for proof that nding car in.its price class.",And .. ., ,.' F'.,.3 t" ".,

;':"...'..- p Mrs:/Myrie Henry and family Chevy's a real stopper: in a NASFull Coil ever need course never J '., :. .:' :i; .
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; : 8e- rolet!Chevy wins for the value. Chevy used car prices last _,
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Real Estate BrOke America's most efficient V-type: POPULAR SCIENCE' magazine '$128 higher than comparable models

engines for the establishmentof gave Chevy's styling a thoughtful of the other two cars in Chevrolet's. < 1
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.. : down provisions of the Kennedy- freely, to sue,\ to have fair dues Subscribe for Th'eFXagler r/Ibuni I NOTICE. : NAME UNDER LAW FICTITIOUS

! I Irvin Bill and the even more and to have evenhanded rulesof TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
: rlt IN TOt COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Notice is hereby giventhat' the
watered down version .brought discipline. The Committeebill IN AND. FOR FLAGLER COIJX- I. undersigned pursuant,to Chapter

forth by the House Committee mildly mentions these'rights, TV, FLORIDA. IN PltOIlATU. 20953. Laws of Florida. 1941. -will
CASE No. .- register with the Clerk of the Cir-
will cripple the unions. These 1 but provides no penalties for IN RE: cuit Court 'in and for Flagler

are the spokesmen for the leaders their denial. The substitute bill Estate of WILSON.GENERAL Deceased GRANT County.proof of Florida publication upon of this receipt notice of

although they say they !: restores full meaning to these NOTICE TO CUEDITOUS the fictitious.'
All' creditors of the estate of OCEANA. MOTEL
speak for the rank and file. At rights by providing penalties for GENERAL GRANT "WILSON deceased under which we are engaged In
are hereby notified and required renting Motel Rooms & Apartmentsat
the time letters their denial.
same many to file any claims or demands Flagler Beach Florida and that
have come to me from union 2. Protect the unions from which they may have against the undersigned are the only per-
I said estate in the office of the sons Interested in said business.
members pleading for legislationthat thieving bosses. Again, the Mc county judge .of Flagler County. Dated at Bunnell. Florida. this
Florida in the Courthouse at Bun- 24th day of July. 1959.CHARLES .
will allow them to speak Clellan Committee revealed SINDELAR
nell. within eight calendar
'I up in meetings and vote out the gangsters, racketeers and Just Floflda. the date of the first HELEN M. SINDELAR
publication of this Notice. Each July 30 & Aug. 6-13.2G-4tp
racketeers and corrupt bosses plain thieves in :ihigh places in claim or demand must be in writingand

without getting their heads the unions, robbing the union I must state the 'place of resi- FLAGLKIl IN THE COUNTY CIRCUIT VL.O1UDA.COURT OF
dence and post-office address of the
f A. Si: (Syd)Hezlong IN CHANCERY 3SO4
broken. till of the dimes and dollars claimant and must be sworn to by
Congressman r'Ifthv Diptrtt' .. the claimant his agent or his attorney THOMAS R. NAUGHTON. ,
If there ever was a time to collected from working men and or it will oecome void according Plaintiff

deal with this situation it is women. to law July 27 1959. vs.
First publication: -Aug. 6, 1959. ANGELA NAUGHTON.
tact now when an arrogant labor The Committee bill. offers YINNIE WILSON. Defendant.
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Despite the .that: ,the ; Administrator of the Estateof NOTICE; TO DEFEND
House Committee Education boss like Jimmy Hoffa talks of these rouges what amounts to GENERAL GRANT WILSON THE' STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:

and Labor has brought out a calling a general strike if he a Federal license_to keep on Aug. 61320274tcA.DVERTISEMF.NT deceased. Angela 218-10 43rd Naughton Street

labor reform bill that is full doesn't get the kind of labor bill stealing. It exempts about 70 New Bayslde.York Queens County

of pious hopes,but has'few teeth, he wants and speaks of huge per cent of the unions from the NOTICE IS HEREBY FOR GIVEN BIDS that You are hereby notified that a
suit has been filed against you In
members of congress are goingto funds to be used to defeat those dutyof reporting on their fin the Board of Public Instruction of the above i entitled cause: and you

who would thwart his bill.I ances. The substitute bill requires Flagler County. Florida will receive are hereby required to file your an-
have sealed bids
an opportunity.this week at the office of swer with the Clerk of this Court.

to stand up and be counted on say ir is time we, find out 'all unions, both' big and the Superintendent at the Court of Public House Instruction In- and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
a substitute bill, the Landrum. whQ is running this country. small, to make full financialre- Bunnell.. !Florida up until 2:20 p.m. whose name and address is:
on Thursday the 13th day of August -
for Samuel V. Holch
Griffin Labor Reform Bill, H. R. Here is what the Landrum- ports and provides penalties A. D. 1959 for the furnishingof Highway 17-East Palatka

8400, which does have teeth'and I Griffin bill would do: violation. forming all labor the and work material for the and correc-per- Palatka.P.O. Box Florida 471

will correct the, evils disclosed I 1. Protect union members from 3. No-man's Land. The Na- tion and repair of unsatisfactorywork not later than September 4. A. D.

i/ by the McClellan'Committee.' the I excesses of corrupt union tional Labor Relations Board the Primary-Band Room.Class Cafeteria Rooms. I 1959.,If you fail_ to do so. decree proi

I am going to fight vigorously I leaders. The McClellan C mmlttee's' won't handle small, local cases, Elementary Bath Rooms. Elemenr confesso will be entered against
tary Class Rooms and Walkwaysto I
workers and their I you for the relief demanded in thebill
for this substitute bill.The investigation clearly leavingthe the Bunnell School and all necessary >i I of. complaint. The nature of
employers at the mercy of the attendant facilities so as to |i I said suit being for divorce.
. Labor lobby ,has been !shows the union members shouldI comply with drawings and ;:specifications !. WITNESS my hand and seal of

moaning that even the watered- I I have the right to vote, to speak racketeering elements. tion and in completion connection with of the the above erec- said. D.Court 1959. this 3rd day of AugustA.
The Committee bill
named project. .
make all cases Federal, thus Plans and specifications are on OfficialRALPH E. HARBERT
file at the office of the County Superintendent Clerk of said Circuit Court
further burdening the already and aV. the office of Aug. 6-13-20-27-4tc
CRAIG FUNERAL HOME f over-loaded National Relations the Architect. Alfred G. Kemmerer- -- -' -
r 925 North Atlantic Avenue. Day- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT F
Board. tona Beach. Florida. Copies of FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA
i 4 these plans may be obtained by IN CHANCERY NO. 38O5 .
A. H. CRAIG Funeral 'Director The substitute banishes No- prospective General Contract Bidders THERESA COOK.
Man's Land the states from the architect by depositIng Plaintiff
JOHN HARDIN.. Associate by I Ten Dollars (10.00 per set.
. -.' jurisdiction in those cases the same to be fully refundable if bid ERNEST COOK.
.AIR OXYGEN Is submitted and documents returned Defendant. .
, ; ,' -LADY board won't handle. within five. (5) days after NOTICE TO DEFEND
.CONDITIONED ''I' :. I. EQUIPPED 4. Blackmail Picketing. One of bid date. THE STATE OIL 'FLORIDA. TO:
A certified check or satisfactory Ernest Cook
CHAPEL ATTENDANT MBULANCESt the worst abuses disclosed by bid bond in the amount equal to five 22-24 127th Street
per cent (5%) of the gross bid shall College Point. L. I. New York
the McClellan Committee was be submitted with each bid. Bondsor You are hereby notified that a
; .Phone ID 7-3532 denial of- the workers' right to checks of unsuccessful bidders suit has been filed against you In .
I will be returned and that of successful = the above entitled cause; and you
bidders retained and to become are, hereby required to file your
201 E.; MOODY.: BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA '(Continued OD .page 4); the Hole property of "the (I. answer with the Clerk of thin
Board of Public Instruction until. Court and to serve a copy thereof
such time the bidder shall fully upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney -
----I comply with the bond and contract whose name and addressIs
requirements as set forth In these :
specifications. Samuel V. HolchP.
I The Board reserves, the right to O. Box 471 ,
reject any and/or all bids and to Highway 17-East Palatka
: take sufficient time to examine the Palatka. Floridanot
": qualifications ol. the bidders and later than September' 4. A. D.,
; Send Reddy's fREE -. walye Informalities In the bids 1959. '
submitted. If you fall to do so. decree pro
THE BOART OF" PUBLIC confesso will be entered againstyou
.INSTRUCTION OF FLAGLER for the relief demanded in the
; COUNTY. FLORIDABy bill of complaint. The nature of
RAYMON .F. TUCKER said suit being for Divorce.
YANKEE "BROW HOPPERS"sweltering Chairman. WITNESS my hand and seal of
ATTEST said Court this 3rd day of August
.. .. Z. D. HOLLAND. Superintendentand A. D. 1959. ,
.. Ex-Offlcio Secretary to the (Official Seal)

: 1 .A friends "* wwtft" who don't know how ".;. Board Flagler of County.Public Instruction I. Clerk RALPH of E.said Harbert Circuit Court.

./ f' July 23-30 ,& August 6-3tc Aug. 6-13-20-2'7--4tc
1 .. ail' Florida iwmars '
." .. I ce fertailr ( off are
; \ ... Pursuant to the provisions of Section 237.1%: Florida Statutes. 1941..
. ,. : : .. I' 'f "" r4d as amended by Section 8 of Chapter 22.839. Laws of Florida. Acts of .
r ,-... 1945. notice'Is hereby given that a public hearing shall be held by the
County Board of Public Instruction of Flagler County. Florida on August ->
; d l ptx': 13. 1959 at the hour of 3:00 P.M. In the office of the County'Su'
.... v' Help spread the good nevjs about perintendent In Bunnell. Florida for the purpose of discussing with
the Citizens of the County the proposed school budget of said county
t : f j1Florida's mild summers and budget- for the fiscal year i', beginning July 1. 1959 and ending June 30. 1960
,. which budget Is summarized as follows:
k: wise summer vacations! Send your A. Balances on hand beginning of the year

1. County : ?--..?_ ,?_.,... $' 40955.00
Y heat-bedraggled Yankee friends 2. District 5.284.00
3. Capital Outlay .22S.00

'. :t Reddy Kilowatt's popular' Yankee TOTAL __- .,.,.... ._.y i _,., .., -S 48464.00
. B. Anticipated Rect"lpth
a: \ "Brow Moppers." These colorful 1. State and Fed rD.l. $81.585.00
I 2. County General Taxes I 45100.00
absorbent-paper napkins are available 3. District Current Taxes 74000.00
4. Other local sources '75.00
.Fy :> 5. Remittance from other Counties .. ... 00.00
to charge at -.r.
I you now free of .' 6. Transfer from Interest & Sinking__ 6.00

. .
. I : \ any FPL Co. office. Pick up' your TOTAL -__ y_ ___ ...._._ $400,966.00
{ supply today!,You'll be helping your .C. 1.Proposed Expenditures .
Administration $ 5.415.00

ft. suffering Northern friends' and 2. Instruction ..._,._....,.,,__ 258.Ul.00
..... ; 3. Operation of Plant 24.190.00
.A 44 Maintenance Plant ._. Ui.5t'0.00
you'll be helping to boost Florida'sexpanding 6. Transportation Food services Health 23100.00
.. J 6. Fixed char
.. y e8' 11600.00
, 0.; .': t. .
; ( economy!, .. 7. Capital Outlay 30800.00
Y .. x 8. .Jr. College 3142.00
t Ke 9. Reserve & Contlngenclelll 29237.00
10. Transfer to Interest & Sinking 26505.00

t, : : GRAND 'TOTAL EXPENDITURES & TRANSFERS ___.;_$449.430.00
a A. Balance .. ... -., _*_f 5.85
z B. Proposed Expenditures .
4 ., ; 1. Transfer to' Support and-Maintenance; : .ir 6.85 .
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f" .
r .... \ ,;-:;' '"J't., WIDEA.. Balance ..- $ 2.00
Ie :: B. Anticipated Receipts __ %Ui05.00'

f.i :1 "
.. TOTAL _S 26507.00
.' 17,
:,; C. Proposed Expenditures

k ."' J'.::';:. {.;",'-.,.. .,t. ',.!.'..:':.: ..:...."..; 1 2..' Bonds Interest 2 _-S 12.456.00 14.000.0 )\

_., ., .: :.-...a::. .i 3. Service charges 48.60
.i 4. Cash
t ; 2.40
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'.;, i :.:{t: r. TILL BUDGET. FOR BOND CONSTRUCTION_ -I 26507.00

y' ; .' fri friSK ,,: .. A. Balance .* 27330.29
B. Anticipated. Receipts 8400.00

J i.1r r TOTAL -$ 35730.29
: C. Proposed' Expenditures. ,
.> .. 1. Buildings .1 35725.43
2. Transfer to Interest & Sinking I 4.86

. : "- : Get your FREE. TOTAL, 3-.' -

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":"; : :'YANKEE "BROW 'MOP ERS"i Complete details on each separate part of the budget summarized

.' .,: '......;;.:;. .r:"' '"_... .. ., ;t ; t } above are on file and available for public inspection at the oflce of

.. : today*! any FPL.c&..ofBc.1 g rs i r J and the County will also Superintendent be available of for Public public Instruction hearing together at Bunnell.with all Florida.sup-

I' porting statements and, 'information. >
: '- :: ,' : All Interested persons are cordially invited to participate In this
/.. ", < public hearing and- to discuss. the school program and budget for the

X< 'rf"i 'tv. FLOItlDA5, v \. 'lrO1NE.R; +' LIGHT CO IPANYy ensuing year., THE 2B'JK BOARD. ?I-BR Of COUNTY PUBLIC,. FLORIDA INSTRUCTION

.. ; .' RATMON TUCKER Chairman
: .. .r' .. HELPING BUILD FLORIDA : t .;....',. :. Ji ATTEST:: y I ? .- y
-. : -Z. D. HOLLAND Superintendent and Ex-Offlclo Secretary
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'r On ''I i is not neglected. The 4-H bless']Madison and only two miles I notch, mechanical condition re'l made and there were numerous
e Taylor Reports
I ing is sung before .each meal,j from Georgia As many 4H'ers I gardless of, the, age of the tears shed when each of the

c ': !I and daily vespers, services are had not been out of the State ; 'The camp fee for each of the r counties broke camp for home.
4-H Camp Activity i:held after the "Flag lowering" I of Florida, we drove just past the 4-H'ers attending is an astound. All' the chaperones from each

(Howard Taylor) I service. Several Flagler county Florida line into Georgia on our I ingly low $7.50 per week. This'I of the four",.counties were a, fine

". |I boys and girls participated in return trip home. $7.50 fee includes all meals group and I would like to take

County Agent Flagler County the vespers services. The transportation 'to camp is while at camp, $5,000.00 ,insurance ;this opporunity to publicly

Flagler County 4-H Club mem I I ,Sol1e'of the daily activities always furnished by' the School I and 'medical policy, one i thank Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Mc-

bers have just returned from an enjoyed by the campers .were Board of each county and basic craft item. The cost of Millan and Mrs. Lee Blakely for

enjoyable stay at one of .Flor I movies, games, relays, Softball, would like to take this opportunity II gas for transportation and camp their time and efforts:

ida's, four 4-H Club Camps. swimming, folk games, skits produced to express the 4-H members i fees for chapernes is provided

There are four such camps in by each cabin, organized appreciation .to our own !I for by the local Boards of County FREE PAINTOne

the state, each located in Highlands recreation by trained recreational Flagler County School Board (I1 Commissioners. extra gallon of your choice

Marion Madison and Es. talent program, crafts, might add that I have .use dthe The ,Flagler boys and" girls with each gallon you buy

cambia Counties, which are operated program by highway ,patrolmen.Each Flagler County school buses on had a great time and all wantedto Mary 'Carter Paint Store
by the Florida Agricul "
" boy and girl is encouraged several occasions and each bus stay another week at amp.
! tural Extension Service. Each write home during the i Ormoad Beach at C.qnlaa BaraAl.o
that I have used has been in top t Many new 4-H friends were I
: camp has a maximum, capacityof week. The usual procedure is Wectrate Shopping Center

150 ,to 170 campers. Most, of that the camper must drop a

the camps are composed of 12 letter or Card into the mail box

I campers cabins, auditorium: pavilion as he passes/ into the mess hall.

canteen, first aid station, The following is quoted from a I I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I I I

mens' control cabins, ladles n'l I card which was mailed by a
trol cabin andA mess halls. Flagler County-H boy to his
permanent camp staffs, consistof --- I_. ,
mother. "Dear Mom-Am hayIng .
AUTO BODY Flagler Beach's Cosiest Bar
former 4-H Club boys and
a wonderful time. One of FURNITUREREED'S
girls who are presently college the reasons I am writing is thatI PAINT& BODY BEERS -' WINES '
students. are *
have to write, to be able to "Come As You Are" Discount FurnitureUP
physical education majors at the get into the mess hall, the other Complete Collision Service TO 50% DISCOUNTOn
University of Florida who hold is that I love Your 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE HECKMAN'S BAR
reason you. Body & Fender Work Furniture and AppliancesNew
advanced life certificates.
son- Painting. Matching. Free Estimates AlA FLAGLER BEACH and Used
kitchens u.s. 1 So. OF BUNNELL -
Each of the camp's are
The Flagler group camped at Days ID .3m-Nlte'' ID 7-3267 110Q Flomich Ave.-Holly Hill
headed by ladies who are :supervisors 4-H I Camp Lake Cherry, near The Coolest Spot for the Coolest .

program in their respective I BAR
counties. Most camps boast of HERLONG GIFTSLUNCHESOn Tilecraft Company
the Ocean Side of AlA 3 Miles
having a number of,4-H parents SAYS - Station
I North of Flagler Pier US FLOOR YOU" ,
who assist, during. the \camp Continued from Page 3) STANDARD OIL PRODUCTSTiresBatteriesMinor "Keep Cool at George & Millie's" I Armstrong & Kentile

pe od ; choose a union to represent :: Repairs PHONE "HE 9.2156 i I' Sold and Installed .
The Florida 4-H Club Department them. This subversion of theworkers' I All Work Guaranteed
at the University Flor- Bunnell ID 7-7119 BUILDING SUPPLIES
rights has been aptly Ormond Beach OR 7.3181
ida assigns camp dates to each labeled blackmail. Blackmail WICKLINE -
of the 67 counties organize picketing picketing to force

the camping period to acco no- recognition of a union the employees Building Supplies Gray's Garden Center

date the ,maximum number of have rejected; picketingto GULF TIRES & BATTERIES CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS Headquarters for Gardening Need
H'ers during the' camping sea .Ceramics. Gifts. Dry Arrangement
of union STEEL
force recognition a
Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-.7 Days Materials .
son. ,In 1958 nearly 7,000 ofFlorida's Which it doesn't' .
because represent Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers
: -
and State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Flagler Beach HE 9-2254
40,000 \4-H boys enough employees, cannot TORO LAWN MOWERS

girls attended one of these four qualify to file an election pe- Colonial, Service Station CLEANERS 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051
Extreme'care is ORMOND
camps. practiced tition; and ,picketing to compelan
at the swimming periods- employer recognize: a union EARL E. RICE. ProprietorGASOIILtfflRICATION BUNNELL CLEANERS HARDWARE .

and the lifeguard and all agents {t while the law' requires him to .MOTOR TUNE-UP EVERY CLEANING Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.:
must supervise this activity.
recognize another. SERVICE
Each 4-H member swims using The Committee bill deals effectively HIWAY BUNNELL Open Daily 8 to 5 Agricultural&Industrial Equipment

the "buddy system.' Resuscitators only with the latter l' .. Closed','.all,t' -d Thursday, STEEL'
are available at each 4-H type of picketing which alreadyis Hall's Atlantic Station Fhoae ID 7-3188 Bars &Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled

camp and never""in the historyof prohibited by, the t-Hartley 115 N. :Bay 'St Bunnell Black LAWN&Galvanized MOWER Pipe REPAIRS& Fittings

,the Florida 4-H camping program I Proprietor.CHASOILSLUBRICATION
DEEN RD. Phone I" 73143
has there been a drowningor Act.The I CONCRETEPRODUCTSYour ,
substitute bars all blackmail Tires-Batteries-Accessories
a death from any other cause. Village Hardware Center
picke'ting'without Interfering ROAD SERVICE
Each boy and, girl made one with legitainite picketing. BUNNELL' TeL 19 7-3652' "Q" For ConcreteDial ROUSE PAINTS
several craft items. Among
-or 5. Secondary Boycotts. This is CL 3-8113 Match and Unix any color
the items made by'Flagler County J. L. Presswood Garage
the favorite field of the racket Builder's Supplies Kitchenwxxre:
leather stamped DAYTONA BEACH
campers were STANDARD PRODUCTS ,
eers. A secondary boycott is the
belts, shoe shine boxes, table General Repairing-Road.Service GIFTS GREETING CARDS
lamps, and kitchen knife boxes. improper use of:pressure, againsta Tire. Tubes Jk Aeeeaaoriea Quillian's Concrete, Inc.: AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420
person or firm not a party to Visit Our Grocery Department,
All of these items are providedat For Frozen Foods and Staples
a labor dispute. Its aim is to Cubed lee DRUG STORES PAINT STOREJERRY'S
cost to the campers. An effort ,
coerce an employer through pres. HE 9-2139 FLAGLER BEACH
is made to provide useful
sure on his' suppliers and cus Anderson Drug Store PAINT MART
craft projects that would be a Sullivan's Gulf Service
tomers. No, parties to the .dispute HANNA & VEL-VON PAINT
welcome addition.,to homeor Prescriptions
any nevertheless the suppliersand GULFGASoILSLUBRICATION One Cdat Plastic Finish
individual' and not just customers' are dragged intoit "" Sick Room Supplies Stops Masonry Dampness
trinkets. TIRES-TUBES-ACCESSORIES Sundries Point Sundries ,
by 'violence, threats 'and picketing Beach Information
The religious aspect of camp ;' against them ,and their '"Specializing In Service and -: BUNNELL 29 W. .Granada-Ormond Beach
Clean Rest Roome"In
Ph. OR 7.0761
empleyees. The Heart of Flagler Beach .
The so-called "hot cargo" ( Moody's Pharmacy R. MOODY
I Sribitnr AUTO
QJijr JUaglrr .
I agreements are the worst formof Flagler Countys'Corner Drug Store PAINTING BYContractHourBig

BUNK\ LL. FLORIDA boycott: They are agreementsnot Shield Service Station PRESCRIPTIONS or Small

to buy, handle, use or transport Chester Mckenzie Mechanic DRUGS-SUNDRIESFOUNTAIN ID 7.3240 Bunnell, Florida
products of an employer COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS 'SERVICE'
MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor '
who may have, a labor dispute, Right Now' We'll Overhaul and BnnnelL Flo. Phone ID 7.3661 RADIO-TELEVISION
be labeled unfair, or has just incurred Repair Your Power' :MowerNo
.se ai Mt4 Ottdal PaMleattrato
I PmUle Htt lM ., Flatter disfavor of a racket-. 111 Job No.Too Bay, Big St.Or Too Bunnell Small ORMOND PRESCRIPTION 1 FLAG.NELL- RADIO & TV

Cmmt7t. Idu iri..llttoi tkwetamm II dominated union. PHARMACY I Complete Service on All Makes

,... State .( "' .RNa The Committee bill concedes EDGAR'S, GARAGE I 'sick Room Supplies-Sundries TelevisionRadioAuto

the "hot, cargo" contract is evil 24-Hour Towing Service 24-Hour Prescription Service Radios : Hi-Fi -. Electronics

Eateft4l.._ ..... eIau a u. but has no effective remedy for COMPLETE, AUTO REPAIRS I Free* Delivery in Flagler Beach' Moody Blvd. Bunnell 1, ...'....... it. Automatic Transmission Service ORMOND Rt. AlA BEACH-TeL.1 mi. North.OR cf 7-1661 ,
at .....0. FtetMa.. under act .! The substitute bill closes all Wheel Balancing-Front Alignment End'- DON'S RADIO & TV

Mare 3, lOTt. '- boycott loopholes, bars "hot car- 240 Granada Ormoad-OR 7-4803> Thompson PharmacyYour Zenith Sales and Service
go" arrangements and gives full
Health Is Wealth
_... protection to the innocent third
One year I1Malx J' Put YourPUSCBJP'J'IONS and Service the Rest"
month SUf I parties who are the victims of HOLLY HILL'HYDROMATIC AUTO RADIOS 'A SPECIALTY

boycott, abuse. SERVICE In Our Hands
V..S. Hwy.: ,1. Ormond OR 7-1473
141 W. Granada-Ormond
wwwwwwwwwFOR Repairing'Rebuilding
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1239 Ridgewood Holly .Hill
AMBULANCE OR 7-1381 Blacks Flower Shop Margaret GivensReg. .

BAR AND PACKAGE STORE Phone iDlewood 7-3348 'Real Estate Broker
,PHONE 'VAIley'4-1625 Notary PublicSpecializing
SERVICE FLAGLER BEACH P.o. Box' 3 Bunnell* Fla. Jn "


We accept orders for Delivery Phone HEmlock 92035
.Mem:be.habitant about calling a Garcia, AB+balorta. Wean 'The Meeting Placeof Anywhere In. the U.S.A. Ken Mar Motel-Flagler Beach -

always at your .Mrvle with prampteeM,: safety andEquipped :Flagler County""Jim PUBLISHERS & PRINTERS .

I.._ and YvonneMILLAND SentBg- FUEL CO.. I .

;With Oxygen RetutiUtor and .IBh. atol', I : HOTEL B ARPHILLIPS, 'TRUCK; STOP -The-Flagler Tribune,
I And Visit 66 GAS & OILS

,.,Garcia 'Funeral Home 1, AL Comer AND ELLIE, Delivery in, the County 'on' .. Publishers. Printers ..

Fuel Oil Kerosene Tractor Fuel ,
'..P., E.',GARCIA,,Licensed ,Funeral Director : V AT THEIR NEW BABTouTl 'Gasoline Phone ID 7-3282 ,
Meet Your Friends Here"
i .;" LADY.: Jtl6ii rAMT-, ., :: ; FLAGLCB BEACH U.S.' 1 N. BunaeU ID .7-3676::1. Bunnell, Florida.
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! I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phil : .

Johnson during the weekend include HAY FEVER
Mrs. Johnson's mother,
Mrs. J. B. Booth,. her brother in m I Also known as, "Rose Cold" or "Autumnal Catarrh" is -
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. I an acute inflamation of the mucous membranes lining the .
nasal passages. It is characterized by a thin watery discharge -
! LOG ILS :Hi S. Boyington, her brother, from the nose, difficult breathing and frequent
James Booth and her sister in of
I sneezing, the latter a result of the extreme sensitivity
law, Mrs., Mary Booth and two i iI the irritated nasal membranes.
I children all of Waycross, Georg- irritation of the tissue of, the eyes with tears flowing
HUNTER FAMILY. HOLDS SAMMY ROGERS Ila; .also her brother in law.and continuously add to the discomfort of the patient.
FAMILY REUNION'IN_ CELEBRATES SEVENTH sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Tisch- s! From a Chiropractic standpoint prognosis Is very favor-
able and is generally the rule.
LAKE GENEVA SUNDAY BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY. I ler and children, John and Linda recovery ,

.. The Hunter family enjoyed a Sammy Rogers was honored of Waco, Texas. I DR. DONALD MARQUETTE .

family reunion at Lake Geneva guest at a birthday party given .
Sunday. Hosts for_the occasionwere Thursday afternoon by his mother I Mr, and Mrs. .F. H. Howell are f Chiropractor
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bid. Mrs. Rebecca Rogers, The spending some time here at their I MONDAY. WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY 4:30 TO 9 P.fc.
die, and the headquarters were lawn party was given in cele- home on Palm Avenue. RICE BUILDING-BAY ST.. AND MOODY BOULEVARD
at their home there. bration of his seventh birthday :
Skiing, boating and swimmingwere anniversary at the family home : Mrs. Leroy Irvin is a patientin Subscribe to,The Flagler Tribune, $2.50 Yearly in Advance
, features of entertainment on North Moore Street. the Flagler Hospital in St.
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during the day. basket lunch Fourteen of Sammy's young Augustine where, she underwen'tsurgery. .. .
twelve and friends and playmates enjoyedthe i. a
was served at noon py.q? K ;VVVI
I' five in the afternoon. occasion with him.
I Those present included Mrs. Hot-dogs, lemonade, and bIrth- Mr. and Mrs. Al Dompe and son I Ii
Maude Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. Lester day cake was served to the of Gainesville visited here dur- i

I ', Waters and two children, guests. Mrs. Rogers was assisted ing the weekend with Mrs. I II wZn ? AV (t4 a'
I Linda and Debbie, and Mr. and in caring for ,her guests by Dompe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. II I V ( .
Mrs. Joe Goss and children, Mrs. Carol Jean Atkinson. Phil Johnson. :5

., Patty and Joie, all of Jacksonville ,
; Mr .and Mrs. D. M. Cel- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Forson and I.Mrs. Naomi Smith is a patient I

lon, and three sons, Denny, Jimmy daughter have returned from the Flagler Hospital receiving
and Craig, Mr. and Mrs. Clif their vacation. ,- medical care. She expects to I "
I ford Johnson and children Bren- I return during the week. I II II

da and Kenny of Gainesville; f Mrs. Bea Walters was calledto -
Mr. and Mrs. E. A Hunter, Pensacola last week by the The dean's list at Florida State.
Mr. and' Mrs. Otis Hunter and serious illness of her Mother.Mr. University in Tallahassee containing I
Rocky, and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. the names of full time
Kudrna of Bunnell; Mrs. Stan and Mrs. Lee Blakely and students include Lovelace C.
ley Deen and children, Glyn and daughter, Marjorie Lee are Gordon of Bunnell. Lovelace is
Rick .Miami. : and Mrs. Jewel spending their vacation-at Flag. the son of Mr. ,and Mrs. C. P.

Deen of San Mateo, and the ler Beach. Gordon of Bunnell.' After com-
hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth I pleting an enlistment in the '
: Biddle. Mrs. Stanley Deen and chil- U. S. Navy early this year he- ir
I 1 dren, Glyn and Rick, 'have returned enrolled at'''the University. I 4'y$ ___ 5

Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Cook spent to their home in Miami
I Sunday at Howey In The Hills I after visiting here and in San anied home by Mrs. Boswell and

I visiting with their son, David, Mateo for the past two weeks their little son,' Norman, who >: :. .
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Mrs. S. H. Cameron left Sun Park was a. recent visitor here Mrs. Sam Lovoulo returned to :' '
day evening to return to her and in Espanola with relatives. her home here Tuesday after .f. "" ..
home in Belvedere, S. C., aftera undergoing surgery at the Halifax -
visit here with: her son in law I F. J. Boswell spent,last.weekend Hospital last week. o Jf :

and daughter;*Mr. and Mrs. W. in Ozark 'Alabama: visiting ;: : q,,
W. Deen. ) I with relatives. He'was,accompBRANNAM'S Mrs. D. M. Hughes' returned to : for quick hellos V
her home Monday after a week V. ,
visit here with Mr. and Mrs. M. _

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r '..i.- PAGE SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL," FLORIDA F Thursday, August 6, 1959Tlay .

.t: that, ]i to such accidents. cutting off air intake by cover- - \
Safe With Council fears as many steps prevent ;
100 children. may die. this as1 "According to the Council: the ings trils. the child's mouth and nos- The Bible ..Saysthe :

: in mishaps involving }flimsy nature- of polyethylenefilm .
Plastic Coverings the children \
In addition to
coverings unless parents are can cause the plastic to -.- people refused to OBEY

, Thin plastic coverings, such alerted to the hazard' and take !I adhere tightly to a child's face, who suffocated, two children the voice of Samuel: (the prophet
i died from chocking on pieces
as cleaners use, may suffocate ) (I Samuel 8:19 a)
-- -- in
the plastic when lodged
child. Treat them as you

your would deadly poison and keep Howl Well Do' You Know Your America? their windpipes small pieces when they they swallowed were- Listen

." them out of children's reach.

This emergency alert has been I 'VM'x mp'tmMmm .. chewing. "HEROLD OF num-'
Issued to parents, as suffocation t_ ,*' f % '' '" J?', *'* -. ;**:''.'';'-.. *-0". \-T-V- x '"'"S* I Parents should not use sheetsof

-- thin plastic material, suchas Over WIDQ: 600 KC at 8:30: a. m.
of 5-
deaths from improper use i -
*. 0 bags from dry cleaners, as
plastic film bags continue to
': .. ;,:AI home made covers for crib mat. & & & & & & &

.rise. *. tresses or pillows. And they
The threat to children has I.
never should permit young chil. .
reached a point where the wom
dren to play with plastic bags FOR
en's, department of theNational I .
or coverings.
Safety Council has asked worn'- SHELL FILL & SAND

en's and parents' national and
I According to a biologist witha
state organizations to cooperate DIRT.CONTRACTSCALL
marine laboratory sharks like
'In spreading the warning in
warm water and stop feeding
their local communities. Organ-
when the temperature goes be. I
izations have been asked to con-

tact infant welfare groups, nurs- I low 61 degrees. I EMIL MISSINNE
ery and church schools, kinder :
gartens, play schools and baby

sitters to inform them of the I Authorized Evinrude Dealer FLAGLER BEACH J


Reports from tate health departments Dockage Storage Free Ramp -
indicate 26 child .
825 Ballough Rd-Daytona NAME LAW
deaths related to plastic coverings TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the
or bags in the first three Oregon's breezy coast, from the Chetco River and the colorful I undersigned. pursuant to chapter
-months of 1959. This is a big azaleas In the south to Gearhart and the Astor Column In the north, REFINANCE- YOUR DEBTS 20953. Laws of Florida. 1941. will
With a Long Term register with the Clerk of the Circuit -
:Increase over the 15 children's has aD abundant supply of scenery and offers a treat variety of recreation Court in and for Flagler
to the County. Florida., receipt of
vacationist. upon
death from the same cause for FEDERAL LAND BANK proof publication of this notice.
all of 1958 Vistas overlooked by high.cliffs, rugged promontories and 8111'f- the fictitious name to-wit:
washed rock formations combine to provide the coastal scenery, to FARM LOAN Bunnell Restaurant and Cofeee
From these state reports, the all of which a. modern highway leads.A Shop and :Motor Lodge under whichwe
are engaged at Bunnell.; Flor-
typical view of Oregon's impressive coastal seascapes is shown R. W. BRYAN ida in the business of selling food

I above, at Ecola State Park, north of Cannon Beach. The park. has Production Credit AnD.J and lodging and that the under.
signed are the only Interested
persons -
,picnic facilities and sheltered bathing beaches. Wednesdcry-10:00 in said business. *
CLASSIFIEDADS State tfarks and forest camps are found'in nearly every part of PALATgA FLORIDA Dated at Bunnell Florida. this
16th day of July 1959.
this air-conditioned Pacific Northwest State. EDWARD ABRAHAM _

July 30 & Aug. 6-13-2o--ttc
Listligs .. .. ftIa ...... svs KLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA
a eeatu pew w.r4 eaek ......... IN CHANCERY. NO. 3783

SO etmtm U mlalBmn ekar&e__ .. .... RAYMOND MASIAS,Plaintiff

WANTED housekeeper who AUDREY MT8MASIAaDefendant. .

wants to live in, care of. two *
children ages 2: & '5, private:. THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:

zoom, board, and salary. References Audrey 3285 Overland:M. :Maslaa Avenue

required. ,Contact Mrs I $1 Los Angeles. :34. California
You are here notified that a suit
Curtis Rodgers, ID 7-3271, Bun- Why has! been filed against you in the

:nell. Florida. 8-6-tf r : above hereby entitled required cause to ;file and pour you an-are

swer with the Clerk of this Court.
TAILOR MADE suits, latest in and to serve .a copy thereof upon
I the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney
materials and styles. Men and .' whose name and address Is:

women. Strictly tailor made' to Selden Ray Selden Building x

your own measurements. Guaranteed Daytona Beach, Floridanot
later than August 28 A. D. 1959.
to: fit or your money If you fail to do so. decree pro

back. C. K. Muzyka. 8-6-ltp confesso for 'the will relief be demanded entered againstyou In the

-- homer bill of complaint. The nature of
FOR SALE-26 inch girls bicycle own your own said suit being for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and seal of'
:In good condition. Reasonable'Call said Court this 22 day of July A.D.

.HE 9-2355, before noon on 1959(Official Seal)

Thursday or Friday RALPH E. HARBERT
l ptJaNr paytlotJflHVtJNfUlalf.1) Clerk of said Circuit Court
July 30 & Auer. C-13-20--Cte
WANTED woman who would

business of her set IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF
up so it is a money making IN CII\NCKRY NO. 378O.
proposition. Turn' your leisure : Plaintiff;

hours into profit Beauty Coun- IS ,FRED MESMER.v*.

selors, 47 Seabreeze Drive, Or- 55 tS. $ Defendant.
mond Beach, Florida. Phone OR THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO.:

70724. July 30 2-tp White Fred Mesmer Haven Road '

Grand Island. New York
TOE .RENT-6 room apartment: H You are hereby notified that a*
suit has been filed against you in
3 room apartment $30 a monthS the above entitled cause: and you

Capitol Motel, US. Highway 1, are hereby required to tllA your answer
with the Clerk of this Court.
Korona, Phone ID 73649. and to serve a copy thereof upon

July 30-tf -- --- LYAJ ftLLiiLE.Liflt1I[ 1111 11111.1111111111Th the whose plaintiff Ray Selden name Selden or and Building plaintiff's address attorney la: '

SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reason-
( Daytona Beach. Floridanot
able rates. George. Jarosz Phone 1959.later than. August' 21st A. D.

ID 7-3410. 5 28-11 5 tc If you fall to do so, decree pro
confesso' will be entered againstyou
TOE SALE-on water front Jot for the relief demanded In the
(bill of complaint. The nature of
;new '3-bedroom house on Lan- I said suit being for divorce.

'tana .Street in Venice Park,' two I said WITNESS Court this my hand 17th day and of seal July of

:full baths large living room, A. J). 193q.Official .
dinette kitchen with GE built:1 Clerk of said Circuit Court
In equipment and wall refrigerator : SOUTHERN BELLE CASH PRICE $2495.00 July 23-30 SrAug. 6-13--4tc

Florida room with fireplace, JIM WALTER is breaking all sales. records .'.,. 36,000 already sold. IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF
I 2-car garage; central heat Terms,. NOW is the time to buy your home. NOTHING DOWN. .low, low CHANCERY NO. 3781 FLORIDA. IN
Robert L. Danner, builder. Phone monthly Plaintiff.
payments. ,_ _ _ _ VB.
HE 92172. r
POE SALE-100 feet on Central L NOTICE TO nKFKND _
I am interested In owning a JIM THE STATE OF
Avenue by, 150 ft on 6th Streel 'S home and would like more information. Robert Stirrup,

(3 lots), Suitable'for business ] MAIL THIS COUPON ( ) Address Unknown "
.. Please mail literature..... You are herebY notified that a
residence, with 2 bedroom garage 'S '--.' a representative call__.( ) suit has been filed against you
lot .( ) In the above entitled cause; and
"a clear deed to'my
: apartment Terms can b: : :.' --
,. fitWHave you are hereby required to file
'arranged., ,See 'George Moody: ,, \ .; ; --: your Court answer and to with serve the a Clerk copy thereof of this

IHEmlock 9-2137, Flagler' Beach S. upop the nlaintiff plaintiffs attorney -
\ Address .__---__._..__ .. .. : whos3 name and ,address.
> \< NX. > *sX'>/ >. > lllV\X Is:
Weinstein and Weinstein _
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JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER 161 St. George Street
St. Augustine Florida
I not later than August 14th A. D.
,. If you fall to do so. decree pro
: ,, FRON1WATER confesso be entered
will againstvon
,!'.. ,FRONT, FARMS, JIM: WALTER CORP. for' the relief demanded In th*
bill of comolalnt. The nature of
;. ACREAGE said suit being for Divorce- and. cus-
todv of minor children
See for reed estate eed 1
n* ,your WITNESS T"V hand seM 'of said
HE Court this 14th day of JulyA. D.
Office .Phone 9-2032 115_. ; I .

ResldeDcei. Phones. ID 7-3691 r !f'I 1.: "g.* <:?'PALATKA FLORIDA Write to P O.Box: < 782 or Call Collect EA 5-5971. .. (OfficIa1Ssl RALPH)E. HARBERT. S
or ID 7-3517 Clerk of said Circuit CourtS

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