The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
August 20, 1959
Publication Date:


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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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Farmers To Vote By Mail Soon Teen Club Flagler Recreation- Center

I For County ASC CommitteemenThe OrganizedLast Week:{ Was Dedicated Monday Night

1960 election of county The king and,queen .for the I The dedication program at the

agricultural stabilization and EQUALIZATIONOF Teen Dance next Tuesday evening CATTLEMEN HOLD I Flagler Recreation Center at

nservation committeemen in CITY TAXESIS are Trude Massie and HAMBURGER FRY Flagler Beach was attended by
Flagler County will be conductedby David 'Shields. % The Pre-Teen I about
[ 275 visitors
SEPTEMBER 8 The Cattlemen's Monday eve-
Flagler i
County -
mail ballot again this year, king and queen will be Eleanor ning.
according to A. B. Johnston, Notice Walter Townsend.Mrs. Association members and
4 is being given by publication Shill and their famlies The guests assembled in the
chairman of the County ASC in The Tribune that the Massie said 195 were in held a HamburgerFry park across from the Center
Tuesday evening at
committee.The assessment roll for Bunnell will attendance at the two dances where members' the band presented -
period for voting in the be submitted to the equalizingboard ;Tuesday night. Raceway south of a short program and
county will elect a committee on Tuesday, September The dances next week will be on Highway 1. Mayor R. L. McNab gave a short

consisting of ,a chairman vice- 8, at 7:30'at city hall. I the last of those of the summer Thirty-five guests were pres- welcome. Following this, the
en t for the occasion. Steve
chairman and a regular member, The notice, states: All persons schedule sponsored by the"Wom- visitors assembled at the main
first and second alternate. The desiring to have corrections in I an's Club, and 'will be held at ing Sparkman the was in charge and of cook-the entrance of the building for the
following eligible farmers have such roll, whether in the listingor at the ,Recreation Center at the ribbon cutting by
ladies ceremony
been selected as nominees by ,the valuation of property, or same hours. Informal' attire will. dishes of supplied food for a the number feast. of Candice Lovell Truie Massie,

the community election board: otherwise are required to file be worn. and Sue Ellen Seale. This of-

Harry Clegg, J. Curtis Deen, with the city clerk, or at the The Teen Clul was organizedat ficially opened the doors of the

W. W. (Bill .Deen, Thomas meeting, their petition setting a meeting last Wednesday Reserve SignupTo new center and the guests were

Gresham, A. B. Johnston, DannyC. forth their objections to such evening at the Center with the welcomed.Rev. .

., Johnston, 0: D. Robertson, assessments and the corrections following officers elected: Buddy Start 1960Conservation Reynold Hoover, pastorof

Louis Steflik, Mike Steflik and which they desire to have made.: Taylor, president David Shields, the Methodist Church, gave

J Henry Wells ballots must be vice president; Beverly Rodgers, the invocation, and Harold Mas-
received in the County office in secretary Chuck Cummings,
; sie
gave a statement of the cost
St. Augustine ,not later than, 5 VFW Post Wins treasurer. j .. of supplies which have been
P. M. September 8th 1959. Directors for ,the club were
Farmers wish : for
who to put crop purchased the building. John
J Any farmer failing to receivea District TrophyAt Miles Moody, Jeff Seale, Robert land in the Soil Bank's 1960 Botterbusch gave a resume of

ballot may obtain one from Cook, Susan Jane: Deen, Mar- Conservation Reserve must ask the old' organization.
the office in the Post Office lene Ricks and Betty Abbott. I i I
MeetSix the county ASC committee to Lyman Gage, president of The
Building in St. Augustine Sunday Members of the: Youth Activity I Methodist
I set a basic annual rate peracrefor Men's Club, which
to 8th. Provisions Committee of the Woman's Club
prior September
the offered land, A. B. Johns? sponsored the recreation center
shall be'made for the voter members of the,Flagler met with them; Plans call for
ton Chairman movement acted
Flagler County as toastmaster
'to return the ballot in a sealed I County Post 5213 Veterans of another meeting in the near future Agricultural Stabilization and and gave the current history of

envelopes so that it may be Foreign Wars, attended the to make plans for the win- Conservation the movement.
Committee said
l" placed in the ballot box without Eighth District"Meeting held in ter activities of ',the' club and to 'day. I Club Treasurer Howard Lerch
'. indentification. Eau Gallie Sunday. They select for the club whicha
,n .> The names of a name -The period for filing such requests read the financial statementand
': nominees be listed brought home with -them an' at- wide Teen Club.
,. will on the county is from August 24 through received a number of con-
ballot alphabetically and each tendance trophy for having the Mrs. Massie said there will .be tributions
September 10. No such requestswill to center fund.
voter will ,vote' for ,five persons largest delegation" at the meet- a meeting soon 'for the'purpose Wickline
be,accepted after September George representing
to be, county cpmmitteemen. The Ing. % f of organizing a Pre-Teen Club the' Board of Commissioners
.J, _They: als 'recelV1Dlf'.the most Votes ; making their
man an -; : ''
be held"at setting the basic annual ,'Rep. W. L. Wads-
will be declared chairman to meetings. I
Ir the-.Flag-I per-acre rate for land offered, worth were guest'speakers. -
ler Beach Hotel in .
f second high will be vice-chair;
Mrs. Harold
the county committee wil take gave the
Those I
man 'etc. through the second attending were' 'Harold McDaniel Backs into consideration the produc- acknowledgments, and Lyman
;- alternate. All farmers Higginbotham, Shelton Barber, I
I are urged Gage outlined the future
Chester Smith tivity of the land and rate will plans
: to marke their ballots send McKenzie, Virgil ,
be limited to the local fair rent- for the center.
f ...:. them in as early as possible and and Commander Wilfred Hunter. Miss Revels for
t in later than Members of the local post also'attend al value of the land based on Special was renderedby
no case September
the harvested' from it dur- a
8th 1959.Moody's. the, Sixth ,and Eighth crops
District membership meeting of Miss Southland'Miss ing the past five years. When During the social hour, music

the VFW on Saturday in Day- all the eligible cropland on the by Mr. Miller of Daytona Beach

= Beach' tona Beach. This meeting was Betty Jo Revels of Bun farm is offered for the conserva- with a Hammond organ was en-

attended by Harold Higgin- nell will participate in the Miss tion reserve, the rate will gen- joyed as well as group singing.,

: Southland Contest in Daytona erally be set 10 percent higher Plans for an auction to be
Center botham, Dale B. Brown, and
; Opens Richard Palcheski. Beach during the Labor Day than the rate, only part of the held in the center on Thursday

I weekend program. Miss Revels, I eligible land.' evening were announced. An

t At Flagler who is sponsored by A. M. Mc- After the basic rate has been old fashioned sing will be held

t Daniel Service Station of ,Bun determined the farmer may apply in the center on August 27 at

f- George M. Moody has opened I Church of Christ i nell, .is the daughter of Mr. and for a contract at any fig 7:30 that evening.Failure .

i his new sundry' store in Flag- Mrs. Robert Revels of Bunnell. ure below the basic rate estab-

r' ler Beach in the recently' completed I Holds Series Of Miss Revels was selected aMiss lished for the land offered in the To
'. Wickline building,on'AlA. Flagler County in 1958 and I request rates. If necessary a Pay

..' The new- sundry store, known Gospel Meetings was ,a runnerup in the Miss I priority system will be used 'to

; '. as .M dY's.Beach. Center, is Florida East Coast Contest at I determine which offers are ac Cost Three Men
Evangelist Ed Harrell of De- I
Beach this the Miss
F;::" equipped with, modem fountain Flagler year I.cepted.
Land is to be at the Church
: service, sandwich bar and at' Southland contest last year and Contracts under the Conservation
of Christ at the corner of Pine Greater AmountThree
the Seaside Fiesta last
complete line of sundries-cosmetics year. Reserve: may run for as
: film etc. and Magnolia in a series of Miss Southland will be selected I i long as 10 years. During the

:.;', Mr. Moody said "at present' meetings of Gospel preaching on September 5 at the Daytona ;time of the contract the farmer men had Fred Gellerat

!.", 'the new store, will have a: pre August 24 through 30 EvangelistF. Beach Plaza Hotel. will receive ,an annual rental Universal Car Service to fill
: A. Talley' said today.Mr. I
'- scription pickup station for The McDaniel Service Stationis I payment on the reserved land their car up with gas then drove

Moody's Pharmacy in Bunnell." Talley said Mr. Harrell also sponsoring Miss Revelsin I:for the life- of the contract, and off without paying. Caught by

, Mr. Moody' also said he plans comes as a well informed preacher the Miss. Southern Contest to i he also will receive costsharinghelp I the law they were fined $75

i. a "grand opening" for the of the' word. He graduatedfrom be held in Orlando on Labor 'in establishing an approved each in county court here

Beach Center in the near future. David Lipscomb, College and Day. I'conservation practice. Wednesday in addition must
did graduate work at Vander-
I For Florida, the basic per- make good the gas bill of about
bilt University 'In the field'of.
"BIble School American social ,and religious County HealthDepartment acre rate of, payment under the $6.The
II 1960 Conservation Reserve is $12 men were listed by Sheriff
history. He: received his M. A.
the same as under the 1959 Homer Brooks as John Henry
kCommencement degree at Vanderbilt.
program., Wu of New York City Stephen
+ Rev. Talley said "if you love I Peidel and Hans Kirst of Cleveland -
: R Friday Night the Truth we, are sure you will
': Moves Friday Driver LiCenseOn Ohio. Wu and Kirst enter-
like to hear Ed Harrell. Remem-
I ed pleas of guilty, but Peidel
' A very Vacation ber the date August 24 through Sale Sept. 1
:Health Department said 'he was asleep and pleaded
: 'Bible School will concluded The Flagler County
30.. This follows district sing
:;; Friday evening at 7:30 at the 3"P. M. will move their officesfrom It may be. sad news, but is, it I not guilty.

'i-\J)' First Baptist Church of Bunnell, ing on Sunday the Bay St. address to'the only ten days before new driver ,After the men ran away Sher-
:t7 the pastor, Rev., Thomas Pinner BAHAMA ISLANDS NUMEROUS building formerly used by', the licenses are put on sale. iff Homer Brooks was notified
said today. State Poultry Laboratory on East There is1. no 'change in priceor and he called officer in St. Johns

j:' :At that time :the commence The Bahamas, made up :of 3,-.I Moody Blvd. The new locationis other, requirements this year, County.. The car was spotted

::C, went"exercises will be held and 000 islands, cays, and rocks, 'depend across Highway. '11 from the County Judge Duane A. Deen. this side of St. Augustine on

'., certificates given to more than on the sea for transportation city waterworks. said today. Highway 1 by. Deputy Sheriff

;f.: 100 who participated in the ,food, ,and wealth. From Members of the'health depart- Current licenses expire Sep Everette Haney. After a chase _

'. school.. Following opening the time: of: the first settlementthe ment staff said that the clinics tember 30 but drivers have a at speeds up to ,100 miles an

';;:: assembly light.refreshments: sea has',been the chief high- which are held on Monday and whole, month in ,which to get hour they were caught and returned ..

f.-i, be served and the class rooms way. Columbus found dugout Tuesday each week will not be their driver ,permits. to Flagler County.

:..' \ with their displays will be opened -;. canoes that were, capable of held on August.24-and 25.. The They were charged with petty
r" to parents and friends. voyaging between islands. Fish I clinics Will 'be' held again on Florida has more woodland larceny, fined $75 or' 90 days.

':< All are invited to attend Rev has:always Been_ the main stapleof ,August 31 and September '1 'at acres in certified Tree ,Farms The three are now in the county

PInner said.. diet. the new location. '. than: any other state JaiL
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', ; PAGE TWO .'. THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE.: BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, August 20, ,1959- I

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: S Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Woods from I Winton Turner, and daughter j Heat 1 tablespoon butter_ margarine .-
I Palatka are spending several from Donaldson, Tenn. I oil or meat drippings in
: Beach '
: Jlagler II days at their beach home here. (Continued on page 3) I a heavy fry pan. Add cabbage,

cover tightly and cook over low
". Mrs. Henry Barditzky spent i. heat until just tender, stirring
Get Vitamins A and C
LUNA BABBITT the weekend in Eustis with her occasionally to prevent sticking.Put .

Telephone HEmlock 9-2098 husband who is employed there into serving dish and top-
. oJ with the State Road Department. In Season Vegetables .with bits of crisp crumbled ba

JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB i MONDAY EVENING I Enjoy the green and yellow con._ .
Mrs. and children -
Pauline Bordner
MEETS WITH MRS. I i REVIVAL ATTENDANCE 175 J ;summer vegetables. They're rich .
Jeanie and Jeff, have returned -:
in vitamin
BOURNE TUESDAY A, so important for .
The ,Church revival to their home in Colum- /
Baptist !
growth, smooth normal
The Junior Woman's Club held I had an attendance on Monday bus, Ohio, after a two week's I eyesight and protection against
'their meeting Tuesday with Mrs. evening of 175. Cond ct d by visit here with Mr. and :Mrs.. Ira respiratory infections.We .
Lee Bourne at her home in Ko- I Rev. Armanda Silverio, pastorof Bordner at their home in Venice LOSTMany
I are now getting, asparagus,
Mrs. Edward Gomes the Cavalry Baptist Church Park.
rona. pre. I green snap beans, broccoli, and
sided at the meeting and Mrs. I:of St. Augustine, who was accompanied I green cabbage. All of these

Bourne gave the devotional. I here by his choir and Mrs. Bessie Smith has returned i vegetables furnish generous amounts -
Mrs. .Cary Gresham and Mrs. part of his congregation. There I to her home here after spend of vitamin A. In, ad. a good friendis

. Byron Hinson were welcomed as was :Special music by the com- ing a two wee 's vacation with I dition, they contribute vitaminC lost when pals move

new members. bined choirs. relatives in Vicksburg, Miss. and essential for. healthy gums far apart. But.Long

They'discussed a bake sale to The series of services were I Leesburg,_Ga. and body tissues. These also Distance bridges the
be held on Saturday morning at opened on Sunday morning by furnish iron for red blood cells. I miles with happy smiles.

the post office building, Central the pastor, Rev. Glenn Taylor, Recent visitors with Mr. and If you are tired of preparing To keep friends keep in \

Avenue at 9 A.M. Also discussed and the Sunday evening service I Mrs. Robert Danner and daughter these vegetables by boiling, try touch.,It's heartwarming,

holding a fish fry for I i was conducted by Rev. Bryant Bonnie were his brother.In. panning them. This is a quick yet inexpensive.You' .
members of the club and their Spivey from Columbia, S. C. law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. method using steam to cook the save by 'calling

guests. 1 I Rev. Earl Nester arrived Tues- Calvin Richards, and son Richie, vegetable. It saves color, flavor, stationtostation.CALL .
Guest'speaker was the County day from Webster Grove, Mo. to from Harrisburg, Pa. and food values. I

School Superintendent, Z. D. Hol. lead the remaining services This method can be used for

land, who discussed the school which will continue through Mr. and Mrs. George Kendall greens, cabbage and snap beans. I LONG
system of the county.. He told Wednesday jevening of next and family from Haw Creek are Prepare for panning by shred. _
' of the much needed addition week. I spending this week in their ding the cabbage, trimmingroots DISTANCE
which has been made to the Judson Stryker is leading the i beach home here. I and heavy stems off the

Bunnell High,School, also.of the singing and is planning special .spinach and slicing beans It's Faster
' new facilities which have been music for each evening with I Mrs. Andrea Springer and her lengthwise. toCall
!I by Number
added to Carver School.He Fay Bass accompanying at the ,[children, Diane, Sharon and.1 Shred 1 pound of cabbage.
piano. Starting time "is 7:45 Rex, have been spending their
also stated that Flagler I P.M. and the pastor has.extend vacation in Orlando. .

which Beach will School pick will up children have a east bus ed a special. invitation to the I I IISiI E-S ay Insured & Rest Assured
. public.Mr. Mrs. Arnold Creasy arrivedfrom
of the John Anderson
Baltimore to spend a week
Heretofore they have ran it east and Mrs. R. A. Castleman,I with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. GET' THE BEST PROTECTION FROM
of the East Coast Canal. He
,Jr., and family have returned to LonnIe Allison. "
also answered questions'concern. I their home in Nashville, Tenn., I .,
ing the Flagler County School after visiting here three weeks I House guests of .Mr. and Mis. H. T. COOKIAGENCY
' System. I with her parents, Mr. and. Mrs. j Tom Duncan are her sister and
: The next meeting will be o'n Citizens Bank'Bldg. Bunnell. ,. Florida. .
Clarence Duncan. i brother-in-law.... .Mr.. and Mrs. ., -
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September 8 at 8 P.M.. at the I -
home of Mrs. Kenneth Boatright. i .. .
' Members are requested ,to, bringa I
can' of ,canned goods which ... .' .

will be boxed for needy families. '

They are:. .'alsq \re'asked to bringone : J Two Chevy middleweights prove their rawhide,'stamina! > > >< .:: .i' :i .
each of thread and whitenoninflammable -ag# ,,- .
crepe paper ... .. 1
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have been entertaining as house 1I I p : tI
guests his sisters, Mrs. Paul Hen- -----t
dershot from Graysville, Tenn. I :''::;: .; :', .
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"LOOK FOR THE PICTUREIN \ Wolf Creek Pass, 10,850 feet up they're going stronger than ever! strictly for bigger rigs. When ain ,:--

::. Southern THE Radio"WINDOW& Television the San Juansva 9-mile pull toVatch Chevy trucks at 'work truck's built the way.a ,Chevy is, '.
226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 72001 the summit and low' gear all the out in range country. It's a sight lean-muscled and rawhide-tough,

.- ORMOND, .. way down. Mr. C. H. Phillips,of to see the way they pack into it takes to ugly trails the same, -
:' -, Alamosa, Colorado, has a 6403 high-up mountain pastures and way most trucks roll, over the '

: and a 6503 Chevrolet truck that handle through brush and rock highway. It just keeps going, .
: .t. } are up over this route the 'year like' a cowman's favorite cutting without a big to-do, but .looking '
c Iy.v round, taking sheep and beef to horse. Take any truck work for goodevery mile of the way. How -

al Estate BrokeBunneiLFiorida pasture, later marketing the-stock that matter. Chevy middleweights they do it is your Chevrolet deal-

in Denver., In less than a ,year, probably handle a bigger variety er's department. He'll,be glad to.,

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Mrs. L. G. Blount from Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. William Phoenix i Subscribe for The Floater Trfbunt : IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF

:Jlagle Beach spent several days here from Syracuse, N. Y., left 'here I ig.5o A Tear In _Advance FLAGLER IN CHANCERY COUNTY NO. 3812 FLORIDA,
last week with George Moody Sr. for Orlando Wednesday after FRIES. Plaintiff.

visiting several days with his NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS VB. .
( from
Continued page 2)
sister and brother in law Mr. .
Miss Elaine Frailey left Mon Notice is hereby given that the Defendant.

FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB day for Enterprise, Ala., where and Mrs. Henry Shill and family.IN undersigned pursuant to Chapter NOTICE TO DEFEND -
%0953, Laws of Florida 1941. will THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
The Plagler Woman's Club she will visit with Mr. and Mrs. register with the Clerk of the Circuit Helga M. Fries .

THE CIRCUIT COURT. SEVEN- Court in and for Flagler Haus Nr. 2Kleinochsenfurt
held the final summer meeting Richard Shill and family.
TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND I County Florida upon receipt of am/ Main
Wednesday at the Club with FOR FLAGLER COUNTY. FLOR- I proof of publication of this notice. bei 'Vue rzbu rg, Bavaria.
CHANCERY the fictitious Germany
IDA. IN NO. 3803
Mrs. Reynold Hoover presiding. Mrs. Jeanette Bertha and son HAROLD DLUGO OCEANA MOTEL You are hereby notified that a
Plaintiff under which we "are engaged in suit has been filed against you In
Among the members John and Mrs. Shirley Gresham I renting Motel Rooms & Apartmentsat the above entitled cause; and you

present two were new. They -vs- Flagler Beach, Florida and that are hereby required to DIe your an-
and Larry spent several days"last' MILDRED C. DLUGO.
the undersigned are the only persons swer with the Clerk of this Court
were Mrs. John A. Culver and week in Tampa.W. Defendant. interested in said business. and to serve a copy thereof upon
NOTICE OF, SUIT Dated at Bunnell Florida, this the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
Mrs. William Zilch.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE 24th day of July, 1959. whose name and address is: .
The devotional read by Mrs. OF FLORIDATO CHARLES SINDELAR Samuel V. Holch
H. Phillips and his mother
Ann Batten opened the meeting. Mrs. Kirk Phillips from Herrods. 114 Pacific Avenue Apart- l July 30 & Aug. 6-13-2G-4tp East Palatka. Florida ...
ment C4Atlantic not later. than September lC, A. D.
.'. Reports on the Dollar Dividend burg, Kentucky are vacationing City New Jersey NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS 1959.

committee were given by the cousins You- are hereby required to file I I NAME LAW If you fail to do so. decree pro
here with their Mrs.May with the Clerk of this Court. your TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: confesso will be entered against
chairmen. Mrs. Hoover named Hendren and Mrs. Thelma Crotty. Answer to the Bill of Complaint Notice is herebygiven that the you for the relief demanded in the
the 1960 Birthday Calendar filed herein against you In the I I undersigned, pursuant to chapter bill of complaint. The nature of
cn above entitled cause, on or before 20953. Laws of Florida, 1941. will said suit being for divorce.
the 11th of September A. D. I of the Cir- WITNESS hand and seal of
committee vrs. E. P. Fleurie Haines day register with the Clerk my
Mrs. V. W. Supt. reports 1959, and serve a copy thereof up- cuit Court in and for Flagler said Court this 11th day of August.
Chairman of the ad departmentand I about sixty-three: enjoyed on CHARLES J. LUKE II, Plaintiffs County Florida, upon receipt of A. D. 1959. '
Mrs. V. W. Haines chairmanof attorney herein, whose,ad- proof of publication of this notice, (Court Seal) RALPH E. HARBERT
the Community Memorial Church dress is 533 Seabreeze Boulevard the fictitious name to-wit: I Clerk of said Circuit Court

. the birthday names. I Picnic' Daytona Beach, Florida. "Flagler Bunnell Restaurant and Cofeee Aug. 13-20-27 & Sept. 3-4tc
Sunday Tuesday Tribune" is hereby designated an Shop and Motor Lodge under whichwe
Mrs. Hoover commended the :at the Matanzas Inlet. The the newspaper in which this order are engaged at Bunnell. Flor- I I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, SEVEN-
of the Recreation shall be published once a week for ida in the business of selling food TH JUDICIAL: CIRCUIT, IN AND
Sponsors Teenage I[I children swam while the adults four consecutive weeks. HEREIN I and lodging and that, the FOR FLAGLER COUNTY. FLOR
Program for their good FAIL NOT OR A PRO signed are the only persons IDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 22JV4
cool breezes
; the under
j enjoyed CONFESSO WILL ested in said business. under-I LILY O'DONNELL. a widow and
work and Mrs. Paul Kelly for I'I the bridge. Plenty of hot dogs, AGAINST YOU FOR SUCH FAIL- Dated at Bunnell. Florida I VIOLET I. WEST

her work on the Christmas Card URE. 16th day of July, 1959. Plaintiffs,
I'.drinks, potato chips, cookies and The nature of this suit Is a Bill EDWARD ABRAHAM
selling campaign.. She' also appointed I bubble available and for Divorce. ZENA MUZYKA I I WILLIAM GvRG: and ANNA-
gum were WITNESS my hand and seal at July 30 & Aug. 6-13-2G-4tc BELLE. SORG husband and wife,
Mrs. Haines as the Club the Sunday School personnel Bunnell Flagler County Florida, I I etc.. et aL.
.: this 31st day of. July A. D. 1959. NOTICE .
representative to attend the
wishes to thank all'those who (Court Seal) Notice is hereby given that the I NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE Defendants.
meetings of the new. Recreational RAI.PH E. HARBERTAs I City assessment roll will be sub- I IS SALENOTICE
helped .occasion. so Clerk. Circuit CourtFtaglE'r mitted to the Equalizing Board of .
'. pursuant to Final Decree of Fore-
Committee. Mrs. Anita Gomes Florida
successful. County the City of Bunnell. Florida for closure dated
was introduced as the Junior Aug. 13-20-27 & Sept. 3-4tc I approval on Tuesday, the 8th day and recorded in February Chancery 26; Order 1959
of September A. D. 1959 at 7.30
.. Book 22, 132, in the Circuit
Woman's Club ambassador and P.M. in the office of the City Clerk. Court. Seventh page Judicial Circuit tn,

.. All persons desiring to have corrections and for Flagler Florida
County ,
she also as President of the in such roll, whether in
together with Amendment said
" Junior Club stated that they CRAIG FUNERAL HOME the listing or the valuation of Final Decree dated April 14th. 1959.
property or otherwise, are hereby and Second Amendment to said
:. planned to cooperate with this required to file with the City Clerk, Final Decree dated July 30, 1959
'." or at the meeting, their petition
Club. A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director setting forth their objections to wherein Lily O'Donnell a widow
and Violet I. West are plaintiffs,
r The. next meeting will be, the JOHN HARDIN.. Associate such tions assessments which they and desire the to correc-have and William G. Sorg and Annabelle
first Fall business Sorg, husband and wife; A. S. Con-
'- meeting on made.L. ley Jr., trading and doing businessas
" September 9th. at 2 P. M. Hostesses AIR LADY OXYGENCONDmo City H.Clerk DRADY of Bunnell Florida Caudill's Concrete: Harvey M.

' will be Mrs. 'Haines and I I EQUIPPED :Aug. 13-20-27 & Sept. 34tcIN Nowell.Flooring doing: business T. H. Mitchell'as DaytonaOak andD.

.: Mrs. H. G. Heydt CHAPEL ..ATTENDANT AMBULANCES THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Mitchell. B. Alexander& Alexander, doing: business Willis
IN CHANCERY NO. 3783 White; McCormick Lumber Com-

t\ Mr. and Mrs. L I. .Moody and Phone ID 7-3532 RAYMOND MASIAS-- Plaintiff pany Midland, a Distributors Florida Corporation, Inc., a ,Flor-and

r family accompanied! by her sister ida Corporation are defendants;
vs. Florida Loan Co., Inc., a Florida
f I and law Mr. and AUDREY M. 1MASIAS. Corporation: Florida Bank and
t1. i Defendant. Trust Co. of Daytona/Beach. Flor-
Ida. a Florida Corporation, are defendants -
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: ; I, as Special Master,. will
'h' Audrey M. Maslas sell to the highest and best bid-
S 3285 Overland Avenue der for cash at the Front Door of
Los Angeles 34, California the Flagler County Courthouse in.
i'l" You are here notified that a suit the City of Bunnell. Flagler County -
has been filed against you in the
Florida at 11:00 o'clock A. M.
above entitled cause; and, you are on the 5th day of October A. D.
.. >i.- .j.. hereby. required to file your an- 1959. the following described
-- prop-
swer with the Clerk of this Court. erty as set forth*in said final decree -
i. a and to serve a copy thereof upon to-wit:
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, Lots 1 and 2 of Block 39,
-.:'-' whose name and address is: Moody Subdivision, situated in
Ray Selden Flagler Beach.
Flagler County
Selden Building Florida according to Plat thereof -
Daytona Beach. Florida recorded in Plat Book I,
not later than August 28 A. D. 1959. 26 of the Public Records page of
sf' If you fail to do 80, decree pro Flaeler County Florida.
:. confesso will be entered against WITNESS my hand and seal at
:i you for the relief demanded in the Bunnell. Flagler County Florida
OYE bill of
complaint. The
said suit nature of this 6th day of.August A. D. 1959.
being for divorce. (Court Seal) RALPH E. HARBERT
WITNESS hand and seal of
k. said Court this 22 day of July A.D. Aug. 20-27 & Sept.As 3-1o--ttc Special Master.

", (Official Seal) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
' I Clerk of said Circuit Court IN CHANCERY COUNTY NO. 38O4 FLORIDA

: July 30 & Aug. 6-13-Zo--ttc THOMAS R. NAUGHTOV.Plaintiff

- ,

Plaintiff Angela Naughton

F 7Yvhk' -vs- 218-10 43rd Street
, EDWIN ALBERT ROLPH Bayslde. Queens County,
Defendant. New York
., NOTICE TO DEFEND You are hereby notified that_ a
,", TN THE NAME OF THE STATE. suit, has been filed against you in
'. MORE FOODM OF FLORIDA: the above entitled cause; and you
whose EDWIN Post are hereby required to file your an-
: .. SPACE. residence and/or Office swer with the Clerk of this Court
address is unknown: and to
serve a copy thereof upon
f- 'growing family .LESS FLOOR suit You are hereby notified that a the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
in equity has been brought whose name and address is:
SPACEI I against you by RITA MAUREEN Samuel V. Holch

... .growing need for:a modern ROLPH. in the Circuit Court, Sev- Highway 17-East Palatka
: enth Judicial Circuit in and for
:;; P.O. Box 471
t,. _Loads of shelveseverything in Flagler County. Florida and you Palatka. Florida
are hereby summoned, ordered and not later than September 4 A. D.
easy sight and reach. required to file your written answer 1959.

or other defenses to the com- If you fail to do so, decree pro
FoELECTRI'C plaint filed herein against you in confesso will be entered againstyou
the above entitled cause in the of- for the relief demanded in the
AUTOMATICDEFROSTING. flee of the Clerk of the Circuit bill of complaint. The nature of
.' Court in and for Flagler County said suit being for divorce.
r-- ... Florida at his"'office in the Court- WITNESS my hand and seal of
house in Bunnell. Florida on or said Court this 3rd day of .AugustA.
absolutely care-free! No messy, before the 11th day 'of September D. 1959.
r, -REFRIGERATORFREEZER A. D. 1959 and to serve a copy of (Official Seal)
such answer or defenses upon Leon RALPH E. HARBERT
chores with of water.SPACIOUS .
__ .. pans F. Stewart plaintiffs attorney Clerk of said Circuit Court
r herein, whose Address la 310 South Aug. 6-13-20-21--4tc
Beach Street. Daytona Beach. Florida --- ____
: '
r, : on or before said date as re- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
fe-_. '- ouired bv th* Jaws of Florida and I FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA. ,
'- SUB-FREEZING the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure. : fN CHANCERY NO. 3805
I If you fail to do so. a decree THERESA COOK.
pro confesso will be entered -
STORAGE a- Plaintiff
t:, galnet'you for the relief demanded
in the comnlalnt. ERNEST COOK,
.. .. You are further notified that the! Defendant.

: for ice Bream fish natureof this suit Is a 'suit for NOTICE TO DEFEND
: ,meats, poultry ,
divorce. _
: ., .. The nlmfllf the Court In which Ernest Cook
L;. 'trt--<.:'.',-=-".. < pies, cakes cooked food for future. this suit ha been Instituted la 22-24 127th Street" _
"_'" -;: Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial Cir- College Point. L. T New York
7'O ..;: ,meals'-and lots of ice cubes.r' cuit. Flagler County. Florida and You are hereby notified that a
: the abbreviated stvle of the case suit baa been filed against you In
7.,. ... Is Rita Maureen Rnlph. plaintiff. the above entitled cause; and ;you

'. -vsEdwin Albert Rolpb defendant are hereby required to file your
>- -' YOU SHOP LESS-. answer with the Clerk of this
It Is hereby ordered that this Court, and to perve a cony thereof
ffr ,SAVE MORE! order and_ notice shall be publishedonce upon the nlaintiff or plaintiffs attorney -
a week for four consecutive whose name and addressIs
: You at weeks In theF'urler Tribune a :
can stock on food special -
:/ : see than on up ; nwsnaper published .In Bunnell.. Samuel. Holch
F .. Florida. Flagler County. and havIng P. O. Box 471
.,,' -... .... display xow sales. and bargain prices.your a general circulation In Flag- Highway: 17-East Palatka
ler Onuntv. Florida. Palatka. Florida .
"'. at favorite WITNESS my hand aa Clerk of not later. than September. 4. A._D.,
;-". ALLELECTRICREFRIGERATOR aid Circuit Court nt Flakier ,()un- 1959. .
I: c. Deafer tv. Florida and the seal of said If you fall to do so, decree pro
Electric Appliance .* Court at Bunnell Flasrler County. confesso will b* entered against:
I .. 0_ Florida. nn this 6th day .of AugustA yOu for the relief demanded In the
D. 1559. bill ef complaint. The nature of ,
}-;.. FREEZERS.... (Court, Sall RALPH HARBERT said suit twin for Plvorc
"$" clerk Circuit Court WITNESS mr hand and seal of

f, r_ .', __ +Itt .(and homtfrtaxrx,too), are cheaper-" FIa-.r County Florida raid Court this 3rd day of, AugustA
r"RON "'. STEWART T>. us,.,
Ik "" ,.. utMnu to buy, cheaper to use and main. ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF'Jl0South (Official & "!)
'. :L > .
.. ;.'; Beach Street RALPH E. Harbert.
, ': }";<) ," .tarn a cooler,cleaner tcie.z Daytona Beach. Florid Clerk -of saM 'Circuit Court =
; : .- ..
tc -
:" :t;. 4 : : .Aug-. 13-20-27-.&'Sept. 3- Aug. I-U-O-21-4tc
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I'". said, I did'nt think at the time!per cent of the excise tax on and allocations-but future allocations -

:that it was necessary fpr us toj I II iI parts and accessories. The Committee will have to be slowed"

;to, I make this a public works orf: voted this plan .out 16 to down. The new revenues for the

,' i pump-priming program. j 19 Because it calls for increased trust fund expire June 30, 1964so -
j--::-' h I i gasoline taxes, which I was 1 we have to "level off" by that

'I Legislation has been approved I committed to oppose, I voted i time. In the meantime we also
the and Means Committee -
by Ways against it. When we divert these approved returning the program

# I I 'which'will provide I other monies to the trust fund, I to a payas-you-go basis. In my

enough extra money to meet _|that will make a shortage in j judgment we never should have
I this This calls for
f' emergency. I]|the general fund. I hope it can (left it.
an additional lcent tax on motor
I I I:be made up by economies. We
fHr ,, "
fuel September 1, ]
starting can't
continue the program at
1959 and expiring June 30, 1961. j I!I the reckless and extravagant FREE PAINTOne

Then from that time until June I extra gallon of your choice
speed that the Public Works
.30,-1964 there will be transferred I with each gallon you buy
Committee of the House seemsto
to the trust fund from the gen Mary Carter Paint Store
desire. We will be able to
, eral fund 5 per cent of the excise -I
take care of existing contracts- Ormond Beach. at Coquina Barn
tax on automobiles and 5
AUo "-eat gate Shopping Center


I eyeD a bloodpressure tester (75c) at the carnival-like Crystal I

Palace Market in San Francisco. I .


atmosphere at all. BODY Flagler Beach's Cosiest Bar :
What has happened to the ODELL HERSEY'S BEERS WINES
Highway Program? That' is "Come As You Are" Discount FurnitureUP

something a lot of us'would like Complete Collision Service TO 507. DISCOUNTOn
to find out-and we will- Body & Fender Work HECKMAN'S BAR Furniture and AppliancesNew

through the "watch-dog" committee Painting. Matching, Free"Estimates AlA FLAGLER BEACH and Used
by'' U.S. 1 So. OF BUNNELL 1100 Flomich Ave. Hill
just approved our Days ID 7-3312-Nlte ID 7.3267 -Holly
Ways and Means Committee.i i The Coolest Spot for the Coolest
My Committee is charged with BAR

the responsibility of raising I GIFTSLUNCHESOn I Tilecraft Company"LET
I Service Station the Ocean Side of AlA 3 Miles
5' the money to keep the program North of Flagler Pier US FLOOR YOU" .
going. When it was first ap Cool & Millie's"1 Kentile
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS "Keep at George :I Armstrong &
proved we were told that the PHONE HE 9-2156 I Sold and Installed
entire miles would cost Repairs I
All Work Guaranteed
A. S. (Syd) Herlong
.Congressman. Fifth Distrio $25 billion. Now we find the Bunnell ID 7.7119 BUILDING SUPPLIES Ormond Beach OR 7.3181

cost will be over $38 billion.

Why? What has caused the Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION WICKLINE GARDEN SHOP

Stories appearing throughout cost of highways to run up to Building Supplies Gray's Garden Center

the country seem to be attempt. an average of nearly a million GULF TIRES & BATTERIES CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS Headquarter for Gardening: Needs
ing, to create the illusion that dollars a mile? That is what Ceramics Gifts Dry Arrangement
Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days STEEL Materials
Congress about to abandonthe the "watch-dog" committeewants
Interstate and Defense High to find out. In short, we State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Flagler Beach HE 9.2254 Annuals Shrubbery
way Program. Statements to the want to learn whether the High CLEANERS 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051:
effect that Congress might "take way Program has been administered Colonial Service StationEARL ORMOND

away" money that had already in the best interests of E. RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY HARDWARE -

been pledged for;the completionof the public. CLEANING
projects.that have'been started MOTOR TUNE-UP SERVICE Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.

'haven't the What triggered this investigation GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES JOHN DEERE
helped clarify Open Daily 8 to 5
waS a report of the Comp- u.s. HIWAY 1 BUNNELLHall's Agricultural. &Industrial Equipment.
Closed a l,df1y.. Thursday ,STEEL -
the.Congressin :
troller General to
Bars & Shapes Hot'& Cold Rolled
AND FOR KL.AGL.KU COUNTY which he paints a pretty sordid Phone 7-3188 Black&Galvanized Pipe & Fittings

CASE, FLORIDA.No. IN PROBATK. picture of what has been Hall, Proprietor 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell LAWN MOWER REPAIRS

I IN RE: I happening-such as an alloca- GASOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccessories DEEN RD. Phone I"* 73143
WILSON. Deceased tion of $28 million for a road .

All NOTICE creditors TO CREDITOR of the estate of at the request of a New York ROAD SERVICE:. Your "Q" For ConcreteDial Village Hardware Center

GENERAL GRANT WILSON de. Senator-which was never requested BUNNELL Tel. ID '13652I HOUSE PAINTS
ceased are hereby notified and required *$
the State authoritiesand 3-8113 Match and mix any color
to ftlany claims or demands by
which they may have against J. L. Presswood Garage
for which Builder's Kitchenwore
Bald estate In the office of the the plans were I DAYTONA BEACH Supplies
county Judge of Flagler County. completed, in Just"'one' day. The I I STANDARD PRODUCTS GIFTS GREETING CARDS
Florida In the Courthouse at Bun- General Repairing-Road Service
nell. Florida within eight calendar report cites instances where poor !I, Tires, Tube A Accessories Quillian's Concrete Inc. AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420
months from the date of the first
publication of this Notice. Each planning and political favorite. Visit Our Grocery DepartmentFor
claim or demand must be In writingand ism have been responsible for Frozen Cubed Foods Ice and Staples DRUG STORES PAINT STOREJERRY'S
must state the place of residence J
and post-office address of the,, runnin gthe costs up. In Indiana HE 9-2139 FLAGLER BEACHSullivan's
claimant and must be sworn to by PAINT MART
-after Anderson StorePrescriptions
rights-of-way agreementshad
the claimant. his agent. or his attorney Drug
or It will oecome void according been negotiated-some of Gulf Service HANNA & VEL-VON PAINT
to law July 27, 1959. .- One Coat Plastid Finish.
f First publication: Aug 6. 1959. those working on the rights-of- GULF
Sick Room Supplies Stops Masonry Dampness
Administrator of the Estateof Sundries Point Sundries
GENERAL GRANT WILSON owners and told them theyhadn't Beach Information
deceased. I 29 W. Granada-Ormond BeachPh.
"Specializing<< in.Service<< and BUNNELL
asked for enough ,
Aug., 6-U.ZO-27-4tc money Clean Rest Rooms"Tn OR. 7-0761
and to ask for more and they The Heart of Flagler Beach
!I would get it. Now that wasn't Moody's PharmacyFlagler R. MOODY

I Offer .1 later OJribunr Indiana's money they were giving AUTO REPAIRS County's Corner Drug Store PAINTING BYContractHourBig

HVNNEL4 FLORIDA way-that was yours. Shield Service StationChester PRESCRIPTIONS or SmallID

McKenzie Mechanic DRUGS-SUNDRIES 7.3240 Bunnell, Florida,
The Congress set up a trust

MRS. M. B. FULLER. Editor I found into which would be paid COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS FOUNTAIN SERVICE
BunnelL Fla. Phone ID 7-3S61
enough tax money to build this Right Now We'll Overhaul and RADIO-TELEVISION .

Repair Your Power MowerNo
... D..laated Oflelal PvMleattatfor entire system-on a payasyougo Job Too Big Or Too Small ORMOND PRESCRIPTION I,FLAG-NELL RADIO & TV

PBMle HotleMi of PiasterOutjr basis-:.based on the cost estimate 111 No. Bay St. BunnellEDGAR'S PHARMACYSick
Complete Service on All Makes
Mulei-Mlltleti thereto of $25 billion. Now because Sundries (
GARAGE Room Supplies- TelevisionRadio.Auto .
and tbs State .( FloridaCatered of the mistakes of other
24-Hour Service 24-Hour Prescription Service Radios HiFi Electronics
1 called to raise
people, we are BeachRt.
Free Delivery in Flagler
a. oecoad e.... Matter more money in taxes.or be subject COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS I AlA 1-mi. North of Moody Blvd. BunnellDON'S

Fefcrwarr tko porte ec to the charge, that Congressis .Automatic Wheel Balanclng--Front Transmission 'Service End .ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661 RADIO & TV

at.Bauwll...Florida, wtde act ofMarch taking something away. Of Allgnme.nt_
8. 187*. course the anti-recession speedup 240 Granada Ormorad-OR 7-O893 I Thompson Pharmacy Zenith Sales and Service

of the program last year AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION Your Health Is Wealth "We Sell the Best .

One year. -I2.M didn't help. For this Congress J' Put YourPBESCBIPTI9NS 'and Service the Rest" .

Biz montiii ILU I I is to blame, although, as I have. -HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC AUTO RADIOS A SPECIALTY
In Our Hands
SERVICE U.S. Hwy. 1, Ormond OR 7-1473
Rebuilding 141 W. Granada-Ormond 7.1421

1239 Ridgewood Holly Hill --
OR 7-1381 Blacks Margaret
Flower ShopPhone

BAR AND PACKAGE STORE IDlewood .7-3348 Real Estate Broker .
PHONE VAlley 4-1625 Notary PublicSpecializing "

-- accept orders for Delivery Phone HEmlock 9-2035
Never be basifemt about.colling a Garcia Ambulance We "The, Meeting Placeof Anywhere in the U.S.A. Ken Mar Motel-Flagler Beach

are always ,at TOUT service: with promptness safety 'and Flagler County" : PUBLISHERS & PRINTERS
Jim and Yvonne Serving"MILLAND FUEL OILKING'S I

Resusitator and Inhalator HOTEL BAR, TRUCK STOP The Flagler Tribune
,Equipped.-With Oxygen, ,vls1'tAL PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILSDelivery ..
Come And
Garcia Funeral HomeP. AND. ELLIEAT in the County on Publishers Printers -
Fuel Oil. Kerosene Tractor Fuel l
E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral Director !TKED1 NEW BAR Phone ID 7.3282 ,
Gasoline .
"You'll ,Meet Your>Friends Here" .
LADY ,ASSISTANT U.S. 1. N.' Bunnell ID 7-3676,I Bunnell Florida ..

> ...... .: '.... ... ..-.-..."! .._.. .... ......-........ FLAGLER BEACH : \
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VOTA VITA SUNDAY Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
I SCHOOL CLASS MEETS I Revels from Thursday through With a Long Term x

Mrs. Revels' mother,
Sunday was
A meeting of the Vota Vita
I Sunday School Class met at the Mrs. Baxter Sutton, and her FEDERAL LAND BANK
brother and sister in law, Mr.
Shields home for a business and I
LOCALS and Mrs. Carl Sutton, of Valdosta ...}
1 [social meeting4During '
t I' the business meeting Georgia. I R. W. BRYAN !"
Production Credit .Assn.
plans were made for a party
. I Guests of Mr.. Mrs. Walter Wednesday10:00PALATEA.
i honoring members who are
f. Home V.F.W. Auxiliary Knight this week include Mr. FLORIDA
Moody Setting I leaving soon school and .
and ,Mrs. Wallace Joiner and
& 'Luau service with the armed forces. -
t Hawaiian Members Attend
For I children of Tampa. Mr. Joineris
Saturday Evening I Local Meeting Miss Lynda Revels returned the brother of Mrs. Knight _,;
I Authorized Evlnrude Dealer

Mr. and Mrs. George Moody, Mrs. Clarice Yarbrough, of Or- home Sunday from Groveland burg to visit with his grand- I BOATS ACCFSSORIES REPAIRS .
j I where she two weeks visiting .
with Hawaiian District President of theV.F.W. spent I
I Jr., entertained a- lando, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs. Dockage Storage Free Ramp .
, ,Luau at their Venice Park Home Auxiliary, presided overa I with relatives. This was their first visit here I 'WE FINANCE' ,
Saturday evening. The Hawaiian meeting for the purpose of in five 825 Ballough Rd:"" Daytona .
r, theme was carried out in the organizing an auxiliary ,to the Miss f aye Edmonson has returned -... -- i.

decorations, favors, and dinner Flagler County .Post 5213 V.F.W. I I to her !home here after Mrs. Lilah Burroughs of Brunswick -..The Bible i
complete with pig, baked fish, The aims and objects of -the spending two months at Mont Ga., visited here two days'

E lobster, Hawaiian chicken and organization were explained by Verde, attending summer
!I with her sister, Mrs. Nell Allen I I "Preach the Word:"
rice with all the trimmings. the following visiting, auxiliary
I and her brother and sister in i (II Tim. 4:2a) '
Hawaiian music in a settingof members: Mrs. Ann Deeny Dept. 1
law, Mr. and Mrs. John Mc- I
The Church of Christ at Pine and
banana trees, palmetto forns, Secretary" of Orlando; Mrs. Louise I Miss Marilyn Christopher has Intosh.Mr. ;
Magnolia are making an extended -
and plants formed the setting Stewart,. Orlando District vice returned to her home here after I I
effort to preach the word next
week in Center Hill
J for the guests whq wore HawaiIan president Mrs. Nellie Taylor of (I spending a : and Mrs. Frank Hazen
week: beginning Monday and
with her Mr. arid i i
I grandparents,
attire. The banquet table Rockledge, department patriotic I and family have moved to St. continuing through Sunday. See 40
Mrs. O. F. Kight.
was covered with fringed burlap I instructor; Mrs. Catherine Musickof I I Augustine where they will re news story in this paper.

cloths and arrangements of pineapple Orlando, Department Presi side."Yankee".
.I i and other tropical fruits dent. Miss Betty Jo Revels is plan- Listen"HEBOLDOF

I. formed the center decoration. Commander Wilford Hunter ning to, spend next week visiting -

f I Guests present were Dr. and I showed the ladies an attendance in Groveland and Clermont, TRUTH"
I I Florida. comes from the 4
Mrs. Robert Robinson and Mr. trophy which won by the Flag- Dutch word meaningto Over WPDQ, 600 KC at 8:30 3.m.
and Mrs. Tom Robinson of Daytona : ler County Post at the District I I I "yanku" SUNDAYHEADACHES :
I Recent guests of Mr., and Mrs. I II snarl. :- A
Beach; Mr. and Mis. Waiter : 8 meeting held in Eau Gallie
"" Morris, Dr. and Mrs. John Can. : Sunday.An I Ellis Dupont were their son in :

akaris, and Mr. and Mrs. M. B. I It invitation was'issued to all law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. .
I I Louis Barneschi and
t Fuller, of Bunnell; Mr. and Mrs. I Flagler County V.F.W. members daughters, -

Leonard_ Moody and ,George I and their wives to attend a I Donna, Susan, and Gail, of
Conn. their I II A headache may range from a mild discomfort to a pain so 1
Moody Sr., of Flagler Beach. I social meeting ofthe DeLand Wallingford, During severe as ,to entirely incapacitate the sufferer.
Post Thursday night, August 20. visit they motored to St. Peters- Location many times la confined to a specific area (over the
I temples, above the eyes, at the base of the skull) but it also
Mrs.Dorothy Barber'was ap I can radiate, over the entire area. J'.
Miss Celia Lord last
spent I
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wade have
.pointed to see that all elllgible I While the plain is present normal activity is limited or accomplished -
week visiting in Hastings with returned to their home here af- only by extra effort at the bodies expense.
members are contacted and in- Thousands of sufferers have found relief thru Chiropractic
her sister, Mrs. Kate Fortner, and
ter short vacation in
formed of the next, meeting on spending a Adjustments and have once again found that living can be fun.
In Orlando visiting with Miss Tenn. with You be If suffer it will
Chattanooga, visiting too may a Chiropractic case. you so ;
Polly Hunter. September 18 at the Civic Center. relatives.Mr. I be worth your time to investigate what Chiropractic can do f
from Port for you.
Visitors Orange were I

Mrs. -C. B. Norton, Mrs. T. H.
and Mrs. F. H! Howell DR. DOMALD MARQIETTE
Mr. and Mrs. U. S. McKenney McIver and Mrs. Leland A. Mort. .

and Mrs. Ethel Revels of ,Grove on. have returned- from a ten-day

land visited here Sunday with visit in the southern part of the n ChiropractorMONDAY. '

Mr. and Mrs:' Robert Revels. Mr. and ,Mrs. :F. A. Talley are state visiting with Mr. Howell's WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY--:4:30 TO 9 P.M.

1- Mrs. Revels ia;the jnother of"Mr. spending a few days in Umatilla relatives. ._ ,1 I ._ -, RICE. BUILDING'" -BAY ST. AND..... ...MOODY BOULEVARD,-. -' .
Revels and Mrs.McKenney is,his visiting with their son in law t. : '
sister. and daughter: .t. '
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/q white

Market I ,... 011.II'Ir'II1 tar e II I;:lit Ir'lI1 lilllldOIlI

groP throwing money argil "n. pr. that w Ide-/111. _
r repairing your present car for ayr Ifr.z
I burning extra" gas and oil b011tg'c+rw0Th" m'

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; FLORIDA Thursday, August 20, 1959
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[' ,. tain valleys of Bolivia seem for living and economy is deeply frequent, disruptive effect of !I! A giant grouper ate so much

. biddingly austere. rooted. It is well' established among fluctuations in the tin .marke ---1: I while in captivity at Marineland

,r, Yet no Latin American nation the native Inca tribes that has turned the attention of I I that it died of overweight..

: shows more national pride, or more than 400 years ago, when Bolivia from old ways to new, I

is quicker to resent aspersions,I fortune-hungry .Spaniards first and to the promise of its eastern I I IX THE Cinci'IT COURT IX AND

f cast on its dignity and unity. I arrived on the altiplano. frontier. FOIl FL.ACJI.KIl COUNTY KLOU-
The very harshness "of the environment CITIZENS BANK OF BUN-
-'" and the difficulty :of i" Discovery of silver there set NELL etc.

wresting a living from it seem I the course of future Spanish colonization More than one-f urth' of Flor- -V8-' Plaintiff.

,have given Bolivians added i and development. ,After ida's industrial employees workin ROBERT Q. EL.FSTROM and
yam, yc,on''CYrC. ogJ GYNwNNliJG.iJw respect for their homeland and I the decline of"the, great sil- wood-using plants. Defendants.
I ver mines, independent Boliva NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
a h appreciation of its hard-won VWVWuWWWVWtfWWWtfFRED IX' .
.. : uncovered still greater wealth in :: MORTGAGE FORECLOSURESUIT
Some two-thirds of Bolivia's industrial minerals-tin in a- A. FRUITS STATE OF FLORIDA

bundance, lead, tungsten, cop- .I TO: ROBERT Q. KLFSTROM
3,250,000 inhabitants are concentrated and wife. VIVIAN H. ELFSTROM.
WxI in the high-plains country per, and zinc. JEWLERDIAMONDSWATcHES. 87 Harrison St.
Staten Island 4. New 'York
,'- or altiplano. where altitudes For 100 .. You. Robert Q. Elfstrom and wife. .
'nearly barrel.
I years, Vivian H. Klfstrom. are hereby notified -
average above 12,000 feet says chested Indians have worked .. . . that a Bill of Complaint to
the National Geographic Society. ,. ..... -._-". .._ eeJ'r'r'r/ I foreclose a certain mortgage on the
these mines at to following
altitudes up : described property, to-
I --- wit. .
Two Mountain Capitals lg.000 feet. Yet important as I Lot 1 of Block 3 of SUNRISE
I mining is to the national econ YOUR CLOSEST OUTLETFor BEACH being a subdivisionof
North Flagler Beach Flap-
Standing 250 miles apart on !omy, it gives employment to Quality Fur 11tureWlWe're ler County Florida accordIng -
#G w the cold windswept heights are i about to the plat of Sunrise
55 SS :ty' 60,000 workers. By Out of the Beach on file in the offIce of
d x s the republic's two capitals; 12-,II far the bulk of the population' Hight Rent District" the Clerk of the Circuit Court
for Flakier FloridaIn
000-foot La Paz, the working seat depends on agriculture. + CHRIS'S FURNITURE Plat Book County.1 at page 20.
of government, and 9,300-foot Su. has been filed against you and you
It is this imbalance I I860 RIdffewood Are. Holly Hill are hereby required to serve a copy
ixJw r'> 4. cre, the official capital and headquarters I -plus the of your Answer or Pleadings to
I the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs -
rrra..kwa.nC. of the
Supreme Court attorney IL T. Cook. Citizens
and Archbishop. Bank Building Bunnell. Florida

Amid rocky deserts framed by I Post These Numbers In Your and Pleading file in the the original office of Answer the Clerkof or
I the Circuit Court on or before
snowy Andean peaks are scattered the 21st day of September. 1959.
the small, stark villagesof If you, fail to do so. judgment by
ON TOP OF THE WATER Phone default will be taken against you
the pure-blooded Indians who Book for the relief demanded in the Bill
Esther Williams screen actress-. of Complaint.This .
.. make more than half of the _
S : swimmer, usually seen under notice shall be publishedonce
water water skis at nation's population. There are each week for four consecutive -
Cypress Moody's Pharmacy Moody'sBeach weeks in The Flagler Tribune.
Gardens, Fla.Bolivians. found the: all-important mining DONE AND ORDERED at Bun
nell Florida this 18th day of August -
centers that form the backboneof Your Corner Drug Store Center 1959.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
; Rooted in I In the light of such factors, Phone ID 7-3661 Flagler County Florida. .
9-2263 (Circuit Court Seal)
it is hard to realize that the
H. T. CookAttorney
Bunnell, Florida Flagler Beach, Florida for Plaintiff
mountains 'represent only the .
Bleak Altiplano Aug. 20-27 & Sept. 3-10-ItcMAIL
southwest quarter of this coun ,

: try. The rest of landlocked Bolivia
Look To Lowlands
-an area larger than Tex.

To those who live' in comfort as-rolls down from fertile Andean .

ably temperate regions, the arid, ,slopes into broad lowlandsof IT !

sky-high plateaus and. moun- jungle, plain, and swamp.In TODAY

recent years, a lusty young
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industry based on the discoveryof i
, ; rich oil deposits has sprungup

t CLASSIFIEDADS I the southeast Andean L Own it Tomorrow A

The Bolivian government is
: encouraging' an ambitious program J

Llatlap aids.. this kSadfs arc.a to develop farming, cattle- MOVE IN. \:

..:- seats cent per la ward minimum each tawerttBO ckarcc.s. I raising.,and forestry in the green .

--. '. -- tropical and semitropical low

.; 5 LADIES-AVON Cosmetics are landsthat reach deeply into
2 in great demantt. Write. Manager the wild South American heart.
'- box 246, Lockhart, Fla. Next Week !
5 land.

t FOR .SALE-5 acres of ground,
Pioneer East Opened ,Up -
partly cleared. Off highway 100, ..' ,- -
2% miles from Bunnell. Call With the aid of United States .
: : r:"::;x:r!tcoeww ID 73440. 8.20.2tp and United Nations techniciansand :
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funds, a few hard-pressed -
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{ FOR SALE-1952 Harley Davidson farming communities from the ,
t;?,"': '74 motorcycle in good'con. '- :, .
barren highlands have been resettled -
t't :. dition, reasonable. Contact Ralph in the pioneer east. Others

t Decker at Decker's Garage, Bun. -
f are scheduled to follow.
... nell. 8-20-ltp i Pipelines, highways, and a

,x, FOR SALE--s acres of ground new 'railroad have been built to

, ;. partly cleared :and partly fenced, link the oilfields'and outland

: 5 room house, deep well, 2% settlements with established al

r miles from Bunnell off Highway ; tiplano cities and neighboring .

: 100. Call ID:73440. 8-20-3tp I centers of Brazil, Paraguay, and -. .
Argentina. One pipeline,reaches -*;.

' FOR RENT-Five room down- more than 260 miles over the \wN.'+Anvw+a4F W(iiW ,(Wr/r '30616rd4Nbr.. ,MS.rier.ar3Ghp//ji.' r' ;:;. Vr ..
t:: starts furnished apartment. Andes to Chile's Pacific port of Southern Belle Cash Price $2495.00 :7jj ti

t: Available Sept. 1. 707 Lambert Arica, where Bolivia enjoys special :. '
Ave., Bunnell. Phone VAlley "' ...- : ,, '
!j.t- customs and warehouse v 3
9-5591 'St. Augustine. 8.13.3tp ,: : T :, "
ri rights. -,':.. d" j- -Jl _
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FOR RENT- room apartment .. ; ,,.r ;:
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'' enough oil for-their own needs, : ":"rh r- : .
' ,. 3 room apartment, $30 a month : : .......i ;,.. CUP AND MAR TODAYI I

f: Capitol Motel, U.S. Highway 1, and a surplus for export is grow --*:,'S, 1 Mall to the office norsf you I -q .

r Korona Phone ID 73649. ing. Food supplies have greatly : ,; JIM WALTEft CORPORATION _
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increased sInce' the introduction
N:. July 30=-tf 'S : ;, % I am intarwttd in owning i Jim Walfar. horn and would tike S I ',.' ;;, ,
lL of new -crops and improvedfarm .', > ,' ;.':'.m ,. mora information. w i ":

SEPTIC TANK--cleaning reasonable methods in both highlandsand "' 1 I .haw a claar daao to my lot.......................0 : '.: .
/"..:: ( rates. George Jarosz, Phone lowlands. ,-:,"", ", 1 Plaai IInd I liter.ture..O I f1'<

t--:,......,. _ID, 73410., 5 28-11 5 tc I I But the pattern of'hlghlanBUNNELL_, ':0-.-, ".".;:.":,;-1:'<->'" s-, PI.... L MY.a rtprttantativ call on'm*.............'...QDiractiom I' ;. .. ., --'... .- '!'

FoB SALE-on water front lot i I < &*. t. N.ft'A I ;?; -, :
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': new 3-bedroom house on Lan- '-' -* .

tana Street in Venice Park, two G LODGE No. 200 :'\ .- I '
,,:: F.& A. II. if routtIPt" .
full baths. large 'liVing room, S--- 1 I "t. '

"S. ', dinette; kitchen with GE built Meets First: and Thud Tuesday ...: :' : l : ';

:- in equipment and wall, refriger Dean M. Peterson W. M. t11; ; :: t; :. "

:' ".zo' ator, Florida room.with fireplace, JOHN A. CLEGG. Seer- } : A Jim Walter Home is completely finished on

:'.'. :: 2-car garage, central heat.Terms. ;;. f.: v- | the outside with wall partitions and flooring "I

: Robert L. Danner,' builder. Phone ': ;! ready for your finish inside. We build ANY- .

E HE 92172. 4-23-tf FOR I 'WHERE! All need is lot for -,\" ...
you your us to ::'i.
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'' SHELL FILL & SAND build on.

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See,n*,Btr.jeat'rtol,estate needs
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J Phone HE 92094FLAGLER
- Ofllee-Phone HE 9.2032
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-- or ID 7.3517s : .1 / ;; FLA. Write to P., O. Box 7J32, or Call Collect EA 5-5971 "' :

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