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The Flagler tribune
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Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
August 27, 1959
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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note:
Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).

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St. Johns tribune
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Palm Coast news
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.. 47, NO. 33 :BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1959 $2:50: A YEAR


"Inspection" Meeting Called For i State Assn,;Of Potato Marketing Agreement .-

Flagler Beach Property OwnersOn Citizens Councils Discussion At Court House .

New Valuations By Hunnicutt Meet The State in Tallahassee Association of Citi I This _Afternoon at 2 O'clock

zens Councils of Florida will i
Hunnicutt & Associates, Inc., -- I
Beginning than
more a
meet in Sunday, beginning year

valuation been employed engineers by the-who Town have of V.F.W. Post Meets at 10,A.M":, D. D. Moody,, Parents Ask To ago attempted, potato to farmers form a in marketing this area

chairman of the local council,,
Flagler Beach, have announced said today. It is expected that agreement which, it was hoped,
. that all property owners in that Tuesday EveningV.F.W. I Moody, R. L. McNab, and Hersch- Accompany Child would help stablize the market-

town are urged to attend an "Inspection" Post 5213 met Tuesday; '_ el King from here will attend. To ing of.the annual potato crop.
meeting in the town .I'I KindergartenParents
evening with Commander Huntei Through numerous meetingsover
hall from 9 to 5 o'clock on Tuesday .
George Downs, executive secretary
presiding. Two members of kindergarten child. the state, most of the producing
and Wednesday, September Carl Bratcher and Truman Jones:I of the state association, ren are asked to accompanythe areas outside of Flagler,
1 and 2. The firm's statement were sworn in. said a statewide business meetIng child to the Kindergarten St. Johns and Putnam counties,
'_ to The Tribune follows:" I will be held in The .
I A letter was read from the I building on Monday, August 31, voted not to be included in any

The key to good local government State Board of Health regarding; Legion halL to complete the registration.The such agreement. However, the
is faiT and equitable prop. Flagler County getting the mo Principal speakers, Moody children may leave when three Flagler county delegates,

erty assessments. In order to bile X-ray Unit to visit the! said, will be Roy Harris of Augusta the following have been com A. B. Johnston, Curtis Deen and

_ meet the demands of the Flag. county. It was decided that al l Ga. and W.f .J. Simmons, pleted: Birth Certificate and Z. G. Holland: have persisted.Now .

ler Beach growth, development' organizations must make a con president;of the Citizens Council health checked; supply fee of a meeting-"has been set

and economy, our firm was employed certed effort to make. the visit t; Forum: of Jackson, Miss. $5.00 and milk and cookie fee for 2 o'clock this afternoon

by its officials-to appraiseand possible.The for September, $1.00; room as- (Thursday) in the court houseto

equalize all real properties, Post voted to sponsor J o I The state, association is composed signment, paint smock and bath discuss the proposed (and revised -

so that, each person pays his Ann Morris in the Junior Miss i of three representativesof towel with childs name printedon ) Potato Marketing Agree

fair share, and only his fair America Contest this fall. each council in t the state and them, turned in. ment. This revised agreement

share, of the costs of providing The Post also voted to present t three from each of the congressional would control the three-county

essential governmental services. trophies to outstanding studentsin : districts of the state. Back to School area listed above. .

This work has been done for the football, basketball, F.F.A. Potato growers here are urgedto

information and,, guidance of the and F.H.A. These trophies will attend the meeting whether
Dance ForTeenagers
Town Assessor. be put on display when they: Dr. Reynolds they do or do not want an
are obtained. I agreement so that their vote
The project, has been com I
either settle ,the
way may question -
pleted to the point where you,
as a property owner and tax.payer Teen and Pre-Teen' Opening Office, The ,Back to School Dance for of an agreement.
Teenagers will be held at the It was stated that there must.-
in this area, can ascertain
". Dr Allen is Flagler Recreation Center on be apprximately 100 per cent of
the value placed on any proper. Summer Program Reynolds openinghis
owned by and dental, office i here in the Saturday night August 29, from growers of the area present at
ty you compareit I the meeting today. It was also
building 8to11:30P.M.
with values of similar prop. Very SuccessfulThe 111 State St.,
said that "An hour
erties. : next week. He said! the receptionist A special feature of the dance or two at
Teen and" Pre-Teen dance will be dance demonstrationteam this meeting could very wel1
"Please bear in mind the fol.lowing Mrs. Betty Miller, will -a
Tuesday evening was the lastqfr. start making appointments tostay from the Arthur Murray be ,one step toward pulling the
ja $: .JJ
.. "L In order,:fof expediter",the ...the.seriej5\ot: .tejve: summer th day otreatmentsTht Dance. Beach. entire area out of the situation r,
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locating of the C" card on which dances: 'sponsored by-the'Flaglei to begin on Wednesday: September : The studio:manager,'Mr. Parnell, which we "have padf"Uie past'

the value is recorded, it is es Beach Woman's':, Club. The two 2.The. I said the ,team will give two or few years.
dances drawing 209 attendance. three demonstration numbersand Growers have experiencedthree
1r sential that we know the proper office space has been completely I
., legal description. Mrs Mickie Massie said a total remodeled, making an give brief lessons in various successive years of nearly
attendance for the 12 summer to those distastrous prices for their crop,
"2. The valuation that you will attractive appearance for thEre.ceptlon steps present They:
receive will represent approi i- dances was 2,127; with a total room, business office,I also plan to sponsor a contest. and it is hoped that an agree
of 64 hours. ment covering this area might
mately 100%, or the. estimatedfull two treatment rooms, laboratory, Flagler county teenagers met
value thereof. Buddy Taylor of the Teensters private office, storage and supply last Saturday night at the recre help in saving individual farmers'
Club extended thanks from the aiton center and selected "The investments, and benefit thearea's
i "3. We have no way of know. room. Dr. Reynolds said the
Teenagers to the Committee who Teensters Club" the for. economy in general.
ing what tax bill will be under new equipment will be installednext as name
the new valuation. Tax rates had worked on the Youth Activ Tuesday.Dr. the recently organized group.
are fixed by the Town Officials. ity Summer program. "If only Reynolds is a former resi- I They decided to use Tuesday Gregory GolienAt
This will determine the amountof counting the dance hours,. members den of Flagler county, having nights from 7 to 10 and Saturday -

your taxes. + of the Committee have.contributed I attended junior and three years night from to 11:30 as the Hanau GermanyArmy

"4. If you sincerely feel that 448 hours to the sum. of high school at Bunnell High.I two teenagers two nights a week ,

the value placed on your prop mer program. Adding the before I.He received his B.S.Degree from use of the,recreation center. Sgt. Gregory R. Golien,
erty is in error, or out of line and after preparation would: Southwestern Institute in Louisiana -J Buddy Taylor was in chargeof 26, whose wife, Irma, and parents

with the similar properties, than double this' amount. I and his D.D.S. Degree from the meeting and ,they talked Mr. and Mrs. Elmer C. Go-

please let' us know the reason Members of the Youth Activity Emory University School of of the rules and policy of the lien, live in Flagler Beach, Flor

.. for your opinion. and we will Committee were Mrs. Ann Bat. Dentistry in Atlanta, Ga. building. ida, completed, the long-range
;:: be happy to ,make; further .inspection ten, Mrs. Grace, Clay, Mrs. Ethel He recently completed two Members of the Youth Activities patrol course August 7 at the 3rd

of thee properties In. White Mrs. Bessie Thiel, Mrs. years of service, in the United! Committee said the centeris Armored Division NonCommissioned -

volved. We do not want to pe- Esther Nye, Mrs. Alice Lovell, I States Airforce Dental Corps; at packed during the open hours. Officer Academy in Han.

nalize or favor anyone, but rather and Mrs. Mickie Massie. Keesler Airforce Base in Missis II Adults are at the building during au, Germany. *
to bring about an equitable Mrs. 'Clay, who serves as sippi. Dr. and Mrs. Reynoldsand all the time' it is open. They Sergeant Golien is regularly
treasurer of the Youth Activity their three young children also said they have purchased assigned as a squad leader in _
distribution of the tax
"Your cooperation is burdens greatly Program will make her report are residing at Flagler Beach. I I 10 benches, a large fan, loud. Headquarters Company of the

appreciated. Hunnicutt and Associates and turn over. the records of speaker, jump ropes and toys division's 33rd Armored in Geln-
the summer series of the Wo for younger children. hausen. He entered the Armyin
Inc., Valuation Engi
Deen Reunion
man's Club. There will be a communitysing 1953 and arrived in Europe
t neers. It.. as stated that over 50 of at the center Thursday last January.The .

the newest dance 'records have At Baxley night (tonight), and. all ages are sergeant' is a 1950 grad
Western Union been purchased during the sum invited to attend. Mrs. Catherine uate of Mason City (Iowa) High

f Office Moves to mer and they will be turned August 30 Wilson will be in chargeof School.

Flagler HardwareThe i over- to the Flagler ,Recreation the arrangements and Mrs.
The Deen Reunion will be heldon
Center to be used by Teen and Thelma will
Western Union Crotty play.
Telegraph August 30 at the Hopewell Methodist Church
Pre-Teens on their Friday and
office has been from the
moved Methodist Church near Baxley,
r a Anderson Store to the Saturday night programs during NewsRev.
Drug Flag Georgia, members of the committee ,Florida Planters
#- the winter.PreTeen .
ler Hardware on South Railroad
said today. W. L. Spicer, Jr. said the
e, Street. Dance All friends and relatives are Hold MembershipMeeting title of his sermon Sunday morning -
p- The equipment 'was moved invited attend. A picnic din.
Friday Night August 30, will be "Sub-
r Tuesday. Mr.. and Mrs: T. .K. ner will be served. terranean Living".
McKnight are .in charge of the There will be a Pre.Teen'Dance : .
.. Rev. Spicer and his family
office. on Friday evening from six to The annual membership meeting '
i- have
returned from a visit in
8:30 at the Flagler Recreation .of Florida Planters, Inc., has
Bristol, Tenn.. with his parents.
Mr. Rhodes' Sister Center with Mrs. ,Catherine Wilson Soil Bank signup will be been called for: September 9 at

Dies Recently Mrs. Florence Seale, Mrs. in Bunnell on September 27 at two thirty p., m., in Hastings, INVENTED SUN COMPASS
Marge Ross Mrs. Jeanette the Courthouse Alton Harris Secretary- treasurer G. E. Lewis

In Michigan Owens, Mrs. Betty Johnson. and said today. ,announced today. The meeting Albert H. Bumstead of the National .
Mrs. Gertrude E. Strong of Dr. Allen Reynolds as supervisors Mr. Harris said ASC .Offices 'will be held in the Rotary Roomof Geographic Society invented

Iron Mountain, 'Michigan,; .diedon Manager S. 'M. Thrift of St. Augustine the Hastings',Civic Center. the sun, compass for use

July .24.. She 'was-the sister will be in the Soil Con Mr. Lewis added "Our farming -, ,In the Arctic? and Antarctic,
of Joseph Rhodes and .aunt of Some salt water fish must be ,' servation office at the court area is faced with an increasing where neither the magnetic nor

,. Mrs: Florence,- Maryes both of. a. certain length to, be a legal house from one o'clock .P. M.,, number of problemsand the gyroscopic' compass works

Bunnell. i' catch: .pompano ,and blue fish, for'the signup. Those who wish many matters of vital In- properly. Explorer Richard E.

Funeral services were held on 10 inches; 'mackerel, trout red to place their land discuss_ the I terest will be under discussion.The Byrd said the sun compass madeIt

i; July 28 and, interment-was. inCemetery 5sh, 12 inches- ; #flounder, 11 I program may meet him there company is urging all of possible to '.f fly with confidence .
f.: .,t ' {ere......... .- I If inches. ; Thursday afternoon. I its members attend". to, the North and South poles. \

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Fred Schatz came here from Henry Barditzky of Eustis CLIMBING PERCH

: Miami to spend some time with I spent the weekend at his home The
&a6kT'LUNA climbing perch, a strange
fagler : I his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert I here. fish of Asia and Africa, often

Schatz before going into the Air travels considerable* distances
Force. Fred and his mother,,
Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox overland to find a new place to
BABBITT and sister, Margie,left last week live.
I Special cavities over the
and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Chaffee
Telephone HEmlock 9.2098 :to motor to Birmingham, Ala.,
spent last Sunday in Gainesvillewith gills enable the perch to breatheair.
where they will visit with relatives
The fish uses its gill covers
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Ben-
Vows ExchangedIn
son and as crutches to hobble about.
Folkston i liS NEW ARRIVAL

. I Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Baldwin I Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Morris
:Mrs. Wells and
Mrs. Julia Carraker from Clyde family
'' and their Sharon
have announced' the arrival of daughter, arrived -
Montgomery, Alabama, and from Seville spent last week
their little daughter Saturday from Somerset, Kentucky,
and George Moody, Sr., of Flag here visiting with Mrs. Elsie
morning, August 22, in'the Air to spend their vacation in their :
ler Beach were quietly marriedon Graham. L11E 6oT
Force Hospital in Orlando, Fla. new home here on 26th St. They 5pRpe.EM
Monday, August 17, in Folks were accompanied by Mr. and -- {

o ton, Georgia. They returned f The new arrival weighed five Mrs. W. Wallace from their home RCA VICTOR I
pounds, eleven and ahalf, ounces
here and are living at his homeIn town. I
Venice Park. I and has been named Eleanor LIVING COLOR TV I1i1A

Faye. Her paternal grandparentsare "LOOK FOR THE PICTURE

Mr. and Mrs. Willis Baldwinof Mr. and Mrs.Harry Kuleski I Southern IN THE, Radio WINDOW"& Television NEw PERyou'RE
; New residents living on Palmetto -
and the weekend in
Long Island, N. Y., and the sons spent : 226 E. Granada Ph. OR 7-2001
t St. in Venice Park are Mr. maternal 'grandparents are Mr. Cassadego with her parents, Mr. OIIMOND. .
and Mrs. M. E. Golding. They; I
r E and Mrs. Ray' Lehr of Flagler and 'Mrs. Reid Williams.Mrs. .
F t came here from Eustis, Fla., but Beach. I .

I: are originally from New York Mr. and Mrs. Lehr visited on Robert Nolan was admitted ..
City. They are expecting their DragliningBulldozing
Thursday and Friday Orlando to the Baptist Hospital in
son and daughter in law, Dr.
with Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin.Mr. Jacksonville for medical atten RIGHT,WHY -
and Mrs. D. R Golding with uoose SLEEP, use ;
tion. I
:. their three small children to ar- THE NEWSPpPSRAND
and Mrs. Aubrey Spivey
rive this week from Wilmington,
accompanied Rev. and ,Mrs. Bryant Mrs. D. S. Reynolds from Seville Land
F' Delaware, for a ten day visit. Clearing I
here with
' Spivey and family to their spent Monday
i Dr. Golding is alchemist and Is
Y. home in Columbia, S. C. Friday her parents, Mr and Mrs. Emmett
:: .. employed with the Dupont Experimental Grading
and visited several days therewith
Research there.
them. I II
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Workmanand P. A. EDMONSON {rsECONOMCAt
Mrs. Walter Knight, Mrs. Tom { !
F I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Weaver family left last week for Phone IDlewood 7-3376
Durrance and daughter, Rebecca 'I .. ,
, my
E: and family motored to Lake City Charlestn, W. Va. They plan to .L
. from Haw Creek, spent --
. I Saturday to visit with his brother return here in the fall.
t several days last week in the< .
Charlie Weaver, who is in j I
t-" Knight home here. They were INSURE-Stay InsI red & Rest Assured
the Veteran's Hospital there. I Visiting here last week with
accompanied by their hous-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nolan and
guests, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace
l: Joiner and family, from Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Spivey t Mr. and Mrs. Erik Prevatt and I GET THE BEST ROTECTION FROM

. were business visitors in St. Augustine son, Douglas, from Seville.Mr. .

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; eJ fEASy.ADOES and, Mrs. 'Peter Dzioba of H. T. CX( KTAGEHCYt=

l' Elsie Graham and Mrs. Ormond Beach spent Saturdayhere

;i-t Emmett Robinson., spent Thursday with her mother, Mrs. Net. Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida .

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: I i jtigation, demanded action. I them "i enced by the opposition of,Hoffa.
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; -I.| THE BAFFLES By Mahoney l {I The action the House took The people who contacted me!i I And I believe too, that the rank

:.. i was careful and restrained.. It jto vote for the effective labori I I and file of 'the unions headed

i is a moderate approach to national reform legislation were those I| by these men won'f be misled

f problem No one but the I men and women who wrote onscratch I| by the threats, of leaders whose
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I anything to fear from it. from all over: our,District pleading 't I I themselves in office for their own

Despite the charges that I and I for action to deal with JImmy i i i selfish interests without regard

... Hoffa and his kind. They to the of their
... others who voted for the Land j I members .
ruin-Griffin bill "yielded to the[t were your neighbors and mine I II I! or the general public.

pressures of the Chamber of i I Believe me if Hoffa's spokes-t i -

Commerce and the National Association r men is challenging me at the FREE PAINTOne
ballot-box, I accept the chal
.:. :.:.:.: of Manufacturers, nota ; extra gallon of your choice
single representative of these J J lenge.I with each gallon you buy

organizations came to see me I have too much confidence in Mary Carter Paint Store
-''' ..... about this legislation. But the I the integrity of our people to

-'-" union lobbyists did-many of!believe that they can be influ- Ormond Beach at Coquina Darn
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Days ID 7-3372-Nite ID 7-3267
rI The Coolest Spot for the Coolest .
', +, +a+ef-. t AUTO SERVICE Draft BeerSANDPIPER

I Washington in droves. I think Service McDANIEL'S Station' On the Ocean Side of AlA 3 Miles I I Tilecraft Company .

': ; < ?<<} these threats were a potent factor North of Flagler Pier "LET US FLOOR YOU"
{r ..NS" in the passage of the Land- STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS "Keep Cool at George & Millie's" Armstrong & Kentlle

rum-Griffin bill which the House Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs PHONE HE 92156 I I''I Sold and InstalledAll
. adopted as the most effective Work Guaranteed '
\ measure to meet the situation so Ormond Beach OR 73181GARDEN .

, Ic Ir clearly exposed in the hearingsof I Biddle Gulf Service WICKLINE SHOP
the McCleallan Committee.
GAS-OII-LUBRICATION Building Supplies Gray's Garden Center

'i George Meany, AFL-CIO calls Headquarter for Gardening Need.
the House-passed bill a "geal- Ceramics. .Gifts Dry Arrangement
7 A.1L-10 P.M.-7 Days STEEL Materials .
listic strait-jacket. James B.
" Carey, head of the Electrical State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Flagler Beach HE 9.2254 Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers
Workers, wrote me, and all others -
\ Colonial Service Station CLEANERS 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051:
r ,' who voted for the Landrum- ORMOND
t S. (Syd) Herlong '
Griffin bill that "we shall do all EARL 1:. RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY 4
,' .. Congressman fifth District HARDWARE
i--. ... in our power to prove to the
i working men and women in MOTOR TUNE-UP CLEANING Bunnell Farmers Supply Co..
:,' The great heat generated in district that have',cast GOODYEAR TIRES& BATTERIES JOHN DEERE
your you
Open Dally 8 to 5
Agricultural &Industrial Equipment
the fight labor'reform

your lot against them and that Closed all day Thursday STEEL
, ; bIds:well to continue un- they :should therefore take' appropriate Hall's-Atlantic' Station Phone ID 7-3188 Bars & Shapes Hot& Cold Rolled
abated'for'.a long time. Labor action at the ballot- Black&Galvanized Pipe &' Fittings
;;.;,. union bosses are licking their box. Jack Hall, Proprietor 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell LAWN MOWER REPAIRS

wounds-mostly imaginary in GASOILSL1JBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccessories BEEN RD. Phone I" 73143
my opinion-:.and issuing threats And I have word from the boss
Hardware Center
:., of reprisals against all who voted of Teamsters Local 172'at Cocoa, ROAD SERVICE Your "Q" For ConcreteDial Village
i l' to put union-management I that Jimmy Hoffa's Teamstersare BUNNELL TeL ID 73652J. HOUSE PAINTS

v legislation in better focus, with out to defeat me. This man ., L. Presswood Garage CL 38113'DAYTONA Match and mix any cotorBuilder's

., the public interest.v called me when we were con- Supplies Kitchenware
,, 'The labor lobbyists used sidering the' ,labor reform_ bills General STANDARD Repairing-Road PRODUCTS Service GIFTS GREETING CARDS

threats as their principal weap' and told me that Jimmy Hoffa I Tires Tube A Accessories Quillian's Concrete, Inc. AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420

i w r ".-.: .. on when they descended. on, wanted me to vote against the i 1 Visit For Frozen Our 'Grocery Foods and Department Staples

... "hot cargo" and "blackmaiLpicketing" Cubed Ice DRUG STORES PAINT STOREJERRY'S
.Vrl'.. .
: provisions. in the labor HE 9-2189, FLAGLER BEACH
O. ALFORD I bills. I ,told him I wouldn't 'do Anderson Drug Store PAINT MART

'Registered it. I told him I saw nothing in Sullivan's Gult-Service HANNA & VEL-VON PAINT

t I- .I. the Landrum-Griffin bill that ,GULF Prescriptions One Coat Plastic Finish
:: Real :Estate Broker. : would ,injure the responsibily- GAS .OI1" LUBRICATION Sick Room Supplies Stops Masonry Dampness
f 'I TIRE8-TUBE8-ACCESSORIES Sundries Paint Sundries
BunnelL Florida tun unions. On the contrary, Beach Information
.......;.........................::'.l'I6._"'."' .... I said, the bill would reaffirmthe 'Specializing' in Service and BUNNELL 29 W. Granada-Ormond. Beach
;. Clean Rest Rooms"In !_ Ph: OR 7.0761
of the members and
rights The Heart of Flagler Beach
t E. r those rack- Moody's PharmacyFlagler R. MOODY
1. serve to punish.only
JIr! 3Uagter .ulribintpBUHHKIX. AUTO REPAIRS
r eteers 'who have, gained high County's Corner Drug Store PAINTING BYContractHourBig

=. FLORIDA places in certain unions. ShieldsService Station PRESCRIPTIONS or Small

These threats and anguishedcries C.hester\McKenzie, Mechanic<< DRUGS-SUNDRIES ID 7-3240 Bunnell, Floriaa
of the 'labor leaders are FOUNTAIN SERVICE
f MRS..M. B. FULLER, Editor
reminiscent of what happend Right Now We'll Overhaul and Bunnell,. Flo. Phone ID 7-3661 RADIO-TELEVISION '
!:'. when the Taft-Hartley bill was Repair Your Power Mower
Dedgaated OBelal P lWee""
up 12 years ago. Phil Murrayof No Job Too Big Or Too Small I I'ORMOND.PRESCRIPTION. I[FLAG-NELL RADIO & TY'r
:\, f.r PvbUe lUtlee e. PiasterOmt7 111 No. Bar St.. Bunnell
' ....elpaIlUee tkcmte'tft the CIO, William Green ,of PHARMACY r Complete Service on All MakesTelevisionRadio
f'; gad *- State .t Florida the AFL, and John L. Lewis, of EDGAR'S GARAGE I I Sick Room, Supplies-Sundries

the Mine. Workers, called it a 24-Hour Towing Service 24-Hour Prescription Service Auto Radios Hi-Fi Electronics

..... "slave labort>ilTJto cripple the I Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt.
Eatef4 MI class ratter.Febnary COMPLETE AUTO. REPAIRS Moody Blvd. Bunnell
, unions., Well,;it was passed and AlA 1 mi. North of
Transmission Service
;1.1S..t tie .tellee Automatic ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7.1661
what happened? The unions Wheel Balancing-Front End DON'S RADIO & TV
.t BrawnFlorida, mmter. .et *fl Alignment
thrived under It-grew in membership Granada Ormend OR 7-O8M Thompson PharmacyYour
March a. 187* 840 I I Zenith Sales and Service"We
and power-so' much Health Is Wealth
and in such hands
One : $LIO power Put YourPRESCBlPTlONS
year --- II and Service the Rest"
olz moat l-. 'UI an aroused public, shocked by HOLLY HILL j
the McClellan Committee's inves- .1 J.
..... .s..Hwy. 1, Ormond OR 7.1473
wwwmwwww Repairing -Rebuilding I 141 W. Granada-Ormond-7-1421

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::: I I direction continuing along the said ship 10 South. Range 30 East in ]I Subscribe for The.Flagler '''t bunt IV TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OKKLACLRR

: !t ..Ir Arlt!ei railroad tracks where the said I a* Northerly direction ,to a.- point COUNTY .FLORIDA
tracks Intersect the East boundaryof where the West boundary line of S2.50 A Tear-,In AdvanceIN IN OlANCKRY NO.. 3812
1 I Section 36, Township 12 South I said Section 1, Township 10 South, I ERICH FRIES. "
IiiAiIdEu THOUGHTS Range 30 East; thence in a Range 30 East intersects the channel THE CIRCUIT COURT IV ANDKOR Plaintiff. -
. erly direction along the East South-I: of Pellicer Creek: thence along KLACH.KR CO NTY, FLOR vS.
_. I If I daries of Section 36. said Pellicer Creek in an Easterly. IDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 3814 KELGA.
South Range 30 East and-Section ; direction to where said Pellicer CITIZENS BANK OF BUN- FRIES.Defendant..
I 11. Township 13 South. Range 30 I Creek intersects the center line of I I NELL etc.
East, to the Southeast Corner of the Florida East Coast Canal, being Plaintiff
t. TH/AJKOFSUCH Section 1. Township 13 South. the place of beginning. I I -vs- THE STATE OF FLORIDA.', TO:

I Range 30 East; thence in a West- !I ..:. COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER ROBERT Q. ELFSTROM and I Haus Helga Nr.M. 2Kleinochsenfurt Fries .

t: GREAT ORATORS AS R4M/EL/ erlf direction along the North i I I .U SIDt XCI-: DISTRICT Ao. wife VIVIAN H. ELFSTROM. I am/ Main
boundary line of Sections 12. j *. 5.County. Defendants. bet
Wuerzburg. Bavaria
WEBSTER W1N5rOJ CHUktll! 10, 9, 8, and 7. -Township 13 11'1 I School Board MemberResidence NOTICE BY PUBLICATIONIN Germany

Range 30 East, and Sections 12. 11 I District No. 5 of. Flag- 1 You are hereby notified that a-
6k. and 10 Township 13 South. Range Iler I County }Florida shall consist MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE suit has been filed against you in
F VA 29 East to a point where the of Precincts No. 2 and No. 5-A and I I I SUIT: TO KORKCLOSK MORTGAGE the above entitled cause and
". South boundary line of Section 3. the boundaries of such district STATE OF FLORIDATO I are hereby required to file; your you answer -
Township 13 South. Range 29 East shall be as follows: I I : ROBERT Q.- ELFSTROMand with the Clerk of this Court.
v intersects Haw Creek: thence in a Beginning at the extreme North-t I wite. VIVIAN H. ELFSTROM and to serve a thereof
copy upon
Westerly direction along the cen- east Corner of Flagler County: I I 87 Harrison St. the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
terline of Haw Creek to. the West thence in a Westerly direction to Staten Island 4. New York whose name and address is:
boundary of ,Flagler County; thenceIn the Northern boundary of Flagler II I i You. Robert Q. Elfstrom and wife, Samuel V. Holch .
,r NUTWrs a Southerly direction along the County to a point where said I Vivian H Elfstrora. are hereby notified Box 471
West boundary of Flagler Countyto I I boundary line intersects the chan- I t that a Bill -of Complaint to East Palatka. Florida

the Southwest Corner, of Section nel of the Florida East Coast Ca- !: foreclose a certain mortgage on the I not later than September 14, A. D.
19. Township 14 South. Range 29 ral: thence in a Southerly direction fallowing described property to- 1959.

r East; thence in anEasterly I along the channel of said ca-I I, wit. If you fail to do so. decree pro
tion alorg the South nal to a point where the canal Lot 7 of Block 3 of SUNRISE confesso will be entered againstyou
t+ Flagler County to the dlrec-I,I tersects the North boundary line BEACH, burner a subdivisionof for the relief demanded in the
FACE its Corner of Section 22. of Section 26. Township 11 South. I North Flagler Beach. Flag- bill of complaint. The nature of
South. Range 31 East; being I i Range 31 East; thence in a Westerly ler County. Florida accord said suit being for divorce.
THEM place of beginning. I i direction along the North- I ing to the plat of Sunrise WITNESS my hand and seal of
THrNK OF EVEQy C. COUNTY: srilOOL IIOARD : boundary line of Sections 26, 27, Beach on file in the ottice of said Court this 11th day. August
... 17MG M/6/ HAV&T0 UtttJ HRR RKMDKM'K DI (.,l\ual-I 128 and 29 to a point where the the Clerk of the Circuit Court I A. D. 1959.
;SO 'Kings Road intersects the North for Flagler County. Floridain (Court Seal) RALPH !
. To OL.p MUMBLES County School Board Member < boundary line of Section 29. Town- Plat Book 1 eat page 20. I Clerk of said Circuit Court
, Residence District No. 3 of Flagj j, ship 11 South. Range 31 East; has been filed against you and you Aug. 13-20-27: & Sept. 3-4tc,
, ler County Florida, shall consist thence continuing in a Southeast- are hereby required to serve & copy I
,I' u of Precinct No. 4 and No. 4-A and erly direction along the Kings I of your Answer Pleadings to IN TIIK CIRCUIT rouiiT. KVKN-
-, the boundaries of such 'districtshall toad to the Southwest Corner of the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs I TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
be as follows: Section 38, Township 12 South. attorney H. T. Cook. Citizens 1 FOR KLACMHl COUNTY FLORIDA. .
Beginning at a point where State Range 31 East: thence along the Bank Building. Bunnell. Florida I IN CHANCERY NO. 2U1M
J Road 100 would intersect the rail-South boundary line of Flagler and file the original Answer or LILY O'DONNKLL. a widow and
I road track of the main line of the i County in' a Northeasterly direction -! Pleading. in the office of the Clerkof VIOLET I. WEST
.. Florida East Coast Railway; thence to the shore of the Atlantic '''the Circuit Court 'on or before-. Plaintiffs,
I in Westerly direction continue Ocean: thence along the shore of the 21st day of September. 1959.
Ii along the centerline of State Road I the Atlantic Ocean in a Northwesterly I If you fail to do so. judgment by I WILLIAM G.-vs-SORG ANNA-

i No. 100 to the point where the direction to the extreme default will be taken against you BELLE SORG. husband and wife,
, South line of Section 7. Township j Northeast Corner of Flagler County I for the relief demanded in the Bill I etc., et al..
12 South. Range 30 East intersects being the place of beginning. I of Complaint.This .
. State Road Jso. 100: thence con- SECTION II. The description of notice shall be published Defendants
tinuing in Westerly dIrection I each of said District shall be once each week for four consecu- NOTICE OK fo'OU" OSIIUK SALE"
A RESOLUTION OF TIIK HOARD along the South line of Sections tered upon the Minute Book of en-I tive weeks in The Flagler Tribune. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
OF I'UMMC INSTRUCTION OFFLAfiLKR 12. 11. 10 9. 8 and Township Board of Public Instruction DONE AND ORDERED at Bun- pursuant to Final Decree of Foreclosure -
COUNTY. FLORIDA 12 South. Range 29 East and Sec Flagler County Florida and shallbe nell. l.Florida this 18th day of August dated February 26, 1959.
CHANGING TIIK SfHOOL BOARD tions 12. 11. 10 and 9 and West recorded in the office of the I 1959. and recorded in Chancery Order-
. MKMIIKR -RKS1DKNCK DlS- along the last described Section I Circuit Clerk and shall be pub- RALPH E. HARBERT Book 22. page 132. in the Circuit:
TltlCTs.WHEREAS. line projected due West to the lished once in the Flagler Tribune, Clerk: of the Circuit Court Court Seventh Judicial Circuit in
upon a recommendation West line of Flagler County in the a newspaper published in Flagler Flagler County, Florida. land I for Flagler County. Florida..
of the Superintendent of Public middle of ..Crescent Lake; thence I' County Florida. I (Circuit Court Seal) together with Amendment to said"
Instruction of Flagler County down the middle of Crescent Lake SECTION HI. The Secretary to H. T. CookAttorney Final Decree dated April 14th. 1959
and by the authority granted in and along the West boundary line the Board shall transmit a certified I for Plaintiff and Second Amendment to said!
Section 230.061 Florida Statutes of Flagler County to the mouth of copy of this resolution to the Aug. 20-27 & S-pt. 3-10-4tc Final Decree dated July 30 1959V
1959 that the Board member Residence Haw Creek; thence along<>the cen- Secretary of State of the State of I wherein Lily O'Donnell. a widow
Districts be changed so as ter line of Haw Creek and the Florida as provided by law. I IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT: SE'"EN- I and Violet I. West are plaintiffs,
they will be composed of one or North branch thereof in an Easterly SECTION IV. That all resolu- TII JUDICIAL: CIRCHT. IX AM and 'William G. Sorg and Annabelle
more election precincts as established direction to a point where the tions and Darts of resolutions in FOR KLAGLKR CO! NT*-. FLOR Sorg.: husband and wife: A. S. Con-
by the Board of County Com- IDA. IN CHANCERY: ley Jr., trading and doing businessas
North branch of Haw Creek Intersects conflict herewith be>. and the same NO.. 3803
missioners on the 5th day of May the South boundary line of I are herewith repealed HAROLD DLUGO. Caudill's Concrete: Harvey M.

A. D. 1958. Section 3. Township 13 South. I Section V. Tha this resolutionshall Plaintiff. Nowell. doing business as DaytonaOak
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED. Range 29 East; thence along the take effect immediately upon -vs- Flooring: T. H. Mitchell and
BY THE BOARD OF South boundary lines of Sections its adoption. MILDRED C. DLUGO.Defendant. D, B. Alexander, doing business as-
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OF FLAG 3. 2 and 1. Township. 13 South DONE AND ORDERED this 3rd Mitchell & Alexander: Willis W.
LER COUNTY FLORIDA; In regu- Range 29 East: thence along the day of August. A. I). 1959. NOTICE OF SUIT White; McCormick Lumber Com-
lar session on this the 3rd day South boundary, lines of Sections BOAHD.01'. PUBLIC INSTRUC- IN THE NAME OF THE STATE pany, a Florida Corooration and
of August A. D 1959; ,as follows: 6. 5, 4. 3, 2 nnd 1 to the Southeast TION OF FLAGLER COUNTY. OF FLORIDA Midland. Distributors, Inc., a Flor-
SECTION 1. That the Board of Corner Sectional, Township 'FLORIDA TO: MILDRED C. DLUGO, ida .Corporation are defendants
Public Instruction of Flagler County -I 13 South. Range 30 East: thenceIn (SEAL) 114 Pacific Avenue Apart- Florida Loan Co., Inc., a Florida
Florida hereby re-district the a Northerly direction along the TUCKER. ment C4Atlantic Corporation: Florida Bank and*
County School Board Member Resi- East boundary of Section 1. Town- By Chairman RAYMON F.Board of Public I City. New Jersey I Trust Co. of Daytona Beach Florida -
dence Districts of Flagler County. ship 13 South Range 30 East and Instruction. You are hereby required to file a Florida Corporation are defendants -
Florida, so as to make each district continuing North along the East with the Clerk of this Court your : I. as Special Master, will
contain one or more districts boundary of Section 26. Township ATTEST: Answer to the Bill of Complaint sell to the highest and best bid-
and to contain as near as equal 12 South. Range 30 East to a point Z. D. HOLLAND Public ,Instruction.Secretary filed herein against you in the der for cash at the Front Door' or
number of registered electors with- where the Florida East Coast Rail Board of above entitled cause on or before the Flagltr County Courthouse In
f out affecting the residence qualifications road track intersects the East August 27-Itc the ( llth day of September A.D. the City of Bunnell. Flagler County. -

of any encumbant member, boundary of the last mentioned ORMOND-DRAINAGE 1959 and serve a copy thereof ,upon Florida at 11:09 'o'elock'A. M.
and forL the following manner. I Northwesterly direction along the NOTICE OK LAND OWNERS tiff's attorney herein whose address 1959. the follow( g t. prop-
A. COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD MKM Center line of the Florida East MEETING is 533 Seabreeze Boulevard. erty as set forth in said final decree -

HER RK8IDENC1S. DISTRICT. Coast. Railway track ,'to a?' point Notice is hereby given that a Daytona Beach. Florida. "FlaglerTribune" to-wit:
1 where the said track would intersect of the Owners of Land Sit- is hereby designated as Lots 1 and 2 of Block 39.
School Board :Member meeting the newspaper in which this order Moody Subdivision situated In.
with State_Road No. 100. being North Ormond-Drain-
uated in the
Residence District No._ L of Flag the place of beginning.D. District in Volusia and Flagler shall be published once a week for Flagler Beach. Flagler County
ler County. Florida, shall consistof COUNTY SCHOOL IIOARD MEMBER age Counties is hereby *alled. to be four consecutive weeks. HEREIN Florida according to Plat thereof -
the bound- FAIL NOT OR A DECREE PRO recorded In Plat Book 1
Precinct No. 1 and RKMDRNCR .DISTRICT No. the ottice of the District at page- .
held at
aries of such district shall be as No.. 4County CONFESSO WILL BE ENTERED 26 of the Public Records of
follows: School Board Member 420 Seabreeze Boulevard.being Daytona in the AGAINST YOU FOR SUCH FAIL- Flagler County, Florida.
at the Southeast Cor- Beach. Florida same URE. WITNESS hand and seal at
Beginning Residence District No.. 4 of Flag- my
of Vol usia. on Wednesday.
ner of Section -Township 12 ler County ! South Range 31 East: thence a- Precinct No. 5 and the boundaries September 23. of for Divorce. this 6th day of August A. D. 1959.
for the
long Kings Road In a Northwesterly of .sueh district shall be as M. and purpose for other busi- WITNESS my hand and seal at (Court Seal) RALPH E. HARBERTAs
direction to a point.-where the follows: Supervisors any Bunnell. Flagler County. Florida. Special :Master..
said Kings Road intersects the Beginning' nt a point where the ness that may come-, before the this 31st day of July A. D. 1959. Aug. 20-27 & Sept. 3-10-4tc
South boundary line of Section 4. Florida East Coast Canal intersect meeting. (Court Seal)
each and
such election
Township 12 South. Range 31 East: Pellicer Creek; thence along the At of land in the District every shall RALPH E. HARBERTAs IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OH"
thence Westerly along the South Center line of the East Coast Canalin acre share and each own- Clerk. Circuit Court FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA.,
boundary lines Sections 4. 5 and a Southeasterly direction to represent one Flagler County Florida IN CHANCERY NO. 38O4
6, Township 12 South. Range 31 where the East Coast Canal inter- er shall be by entitled in to writing one vote duly in Aug.. 13-20-27 & Sept. 34tcIN THOMAS R. NAUGHTON.

East, and Sections 1 and 2, Town- sects the South line of Section %3. person for or each proxy of land owned Plaintiff
ship 12 South. Range 30 East. signed acre THE CIRCUIT COURT. !SEVENTH vs
)n a
Township 11 South. Range 31 East; by him In such District.! Guardiansmay
Westerly direction to the South- thence in a Westerly direction a- thelr--'Vards, Execu- NAUGHTON.
east Corner of Section 3. Township represent FOR FLAGLER COUNTY. FLOR- Defendant.
long the North boundary of Sec- ,
12 South Range 30East: thencein tors and Administrators may rep- IDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 3806 NOTICE TO DEFEND
tions 26. 27. 28 and 29. Township
resent the Estates of deceased per- RITA MAUREEN. ROLPH.. THE STATE OF TO --
a Southerly direction along the 11 South. Range 31 East to a FLORIDA :
East boundary line of. Section 10. point where the North boundaryline sons and Private Corporations Officers may Plaintiff Angela Naughten
be their or ;
represented by
Township 12 South. Range 30 East -vs- 218-10 43rd Street
of the last mentioned Section .
to the half section line of Section duly authorized Agents.It EDWIN ALBERT ROLPH. Bayslde. Queens County
intersects the Kings Road: thencein
is ordered that this Notice be
12 South. Range 30 Defendant. New York
10. Township Southeasterly direction
a con-
published once a week for two con- NOTICE TO DEFEND '
East extending from East to West You are hereby notified that a
; tinuing down the Kings Road
secutive weeks in the Daytona IN THE
suit has been filed
thence in a Westerly direction a- where said Kings Road intersects against you la
long the half section line of Sec- Beach Observer a newspaper pub OF FLORIDA the above entitled cause and
line ;
the South boundary of Section you
lished in Volusia County. Florida TO EDWIN ALBERT
tion 10. Township 12 South. Range : ROLPH. are hereby required to file
12 South. answer -
4. Township Range 31 I I your
and The Flagler Tribune, a news- whose residence and/or Post Office
30 East extending from East to East; thence In Westerly direc- in County. address is with the Clerk of this: Court
published Flagler unknown
West to the Railroad tracks of the paper : and to serve a copy thereof
tion along the South boundary of upon
Florida. Date of-first publication. You notified that
are hereby
main line of the Florida East Coast Sections 4. 5 and 6 in Township ... a '' the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney
27 suit. in hay
August 1959. equity been brought
Railway thence continuing in a whose name and address is:
12 South. Range 31 East and con- .
By order of against you by RITA MAUREEN ,
Southeasterly direction.. along said Samuel V. Holch
tinuing along the South boundary
I BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.V. ROLPH. in the Circuit Court. Sev-
railroad tracks to the Intersectionof Highway 17-East Palatkai
lines of Sections 1 and 2 in Township '
Guy Day Secretary. enth Judicial Circuit. In and for I
Allen Street. Town of Bunnell P.O. Box 471
: ,_ ; 12 South Range 30 I
: ? Aug. 27 & Sept. 3-0-3tc Flagler County. Florida and you Palatka. Florida
thence in direction
a Northeasterly me Southwest Corner ui the last _
along Allen Street to the intersection mentioned section; thence In a are hereby summoned ordered and not later than September 4 A. D..
of Marlon Street. thence continuing Southerly direction along the West NOTICE I required. to file your written an- 1959. ,
Notice is hereby given that the wer or other defenses to the com-
In Northerly direction I fall to do so, decree
boundary of Section 11. Township pro-
will be sub- filed
City assessment roll plaint herein against you in confesso
along Marlon Street to the intersections will be entered against
12 South. Range 30 East to the I
Board of the above
to the Equalizing entitled cause in the of-
you for the relief
Street demanded
of Chapel thenceIn In the-
: half section line of the last men- the Florida for flee of the ,,
direction City of Bunnell, Clerk of the Circuit bill of complaint. The nature
an Easterly along tioned section extending from' Eastto ofsaid
the 8th, Court in
approval on Tuesday day and for Flagler County
I suit
Chapel Street and South boundary being for divorce.
West directions: thence in a of 1959 at 7:30 Florida ,
line of Sections 11 and 12. Town- September. A. D. at his office In the Court- WITNESS my hand and seal of
direction continuing
P. M. in the'office of the City Clerk. house In Bunnell. ,Florida.
ship 12 South Range 30 East and ., on or saiD Court this 3rd day of August
South line of Sections 7. 8 and 9. Section All persons desiring to have cor- before the nth day of SeptemberA. 1959.Official
Township 12 South. Range 31 East. rections in such roll, whether In D. 1959. and to"serve 'a copy of Seal) r
30 East extending from East to
the listing or the valuation of such answer or defenses LeonF.
to the Kings Road being the RALPH E. HARBERT
West to where said projected half
property or 'Otherwise, are hereby Stewart plaintiffs attorney
place of beginning. Clerk'of said Circuit Court
section line intersects the railroad required to file with the City Clerk herein whose Address Is 310 South
track of the Main line of the Flor-
RESIDENCE DISTRICT N.. I or at the meeting their petition Beach Street. Daytona Beach. Florida -. -- -
ida East Coast Railway: thence
S setting forth their objections to on or before said date as re- IN TifF CIRCUIT COURT OH
County School Board Member following the said railroad trackin such assessments and the corrections oulred bv the laws of Florida and FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA.
a Southeasterly direction to a which they desire to have the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure. IX
Residence District No. 2 of Flag- NO. S8O5
point where State Road No. 100
I made. If yOU fail to do decree THERESA
ler County Florida shall be I so.
com- said '
would intersect the COOK.Plaintiff.
L. H. 'DRADY.I confesso
pro will be entered
against -
posed of Precinct No. 3 and No. 3-A _
track: thence in a Westerly direc-
and the boundaries of such district City Clerk of Bunnell. Florida you for .the .relief demanded ....
tion continuing along the center
I Aug. 13-20-27 & Sept. 34tcIN in the complaint. ERNEST '
shall be follows
as :
line of State Road No. 100 to a You "
are further notified that the
Beginning at the extreme Southeast Defendant
point where said State Road No.
Corner of Flagler THR COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN nature of this suit is a suit for NOTICE TO DEFEND
: 100 intersects the North boundary
thence Northerly along the Eaat'.boundary AND. FOR FLAGLER COUNTY divorce. ,THE. STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
: line of Section 16. Township 12
line of FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. The name of the Court In which Ernest Cook
to the Northeast Corner Flagler of Section County South. Range 30 East; thence continuing CASE 1Y.. -. this suit has been Instituted is 22-24 127th Street +
I. along the North boundary IN RE: Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Circuit I ,
Point. U I. New York
3. Township IS South. Range 31 Sections 17 -
lines of_ 1C. and 18. Estate of GENERAL GRANT
County. Florida and You'are
hereby notified that
East: thence along the South line ,
Township 12 South. Range 30 East Deceased
abbreviated stvle of the suit has been
caseis filed In
against you
of Government Lot 4 of Section I
35. I and continuing along the North
NOTICE TO CREDITORS .RJta Maureen Rolph7 plaintiff. I the above entitled and
Township 12 South. Range 31 cause: you
boundary line of 13. 14. All estate of
creditors of the
-vsEdwin Albert Rolph. defend, are hereby required to file your
in a Northeasterly direction EaBt.1 15. 16. 17 and 18 in Township 12 GENERAL GRANT WILSON deceased with
answer the Clerk of this
point where the.South
line of ant.It
South. Range 29 East continu- notified and required -
Government ,Lot -intersects are hereby Is h!!rebv ordered that thin Court and to serve a CODY thereof
the ing along the North boundary line to file claims or demands order
any and notice shall be published upon the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney -
Kings Road in
a Northwesterly direction of Section Township 12 South.
which against
they have week
may % for four consecutive whose name and address
to a point where the Kings Range '28 East: thence 'continue said of the
estate in the office weeks In the Flagler Tribune a Is: _
Road intersects the North line of West along the North boundary of County
county judge Flagler newspaper published In Bunnell. Samuel V. Holch
Section '16. Township 12 South. line of the- last mentioned section Florida in the Courthouse at Bun- Florida. Flagler County. and hav- P. O. Box 471 ti
Range 31 East thence
: Westerly projected due West through Sec- nell. Florida. within eight calendar
a general circulation in Flag- Highway 17-East Palatka
along _the North Section
lines of tion 45. Township 12 South. Range months from the date of the first ler County. Florida. I i 1 Palatka. Florida ,
Sections 18, 17 and 18. Township 28 East: to' the West line of Flag- publication of this Notice. Each
WITNESS my hand as Clerk of not later than September 4. A.
.. 12 South. Range 31 East and Sections ler County in the middle of_Crescent claim or demand must be in writingand said Circuit Court of Flagler Countv. 1959. "

:Range 13 30 and East 14. Township to the Intersection 12 South. Lake:, thence up' the middleof must state the place of residence Florida: and the seal v f said Ir If you fail to do so. deere pro,
.CrescentLake in a -Northerly and post-office address of the rv>urt at Bunnell Flaeler County. confesso will be entered axralnat
of Town Chapel and Marion Streets direction and North along the West claimant andmust be sworn to by Florida. on this 6th day of August i you for the relief .demanded in the
of Bnnnell; thence in a boundary line of Flagler County to the claimant his agent or his attorney A. D. 1St. *' bill of complaint. The nature of
Southerly direction continuing on the extreme Northwest Corner of or It. 'will become void according (Court SoaU'RALPH )f:. HARBERT I said suit being for Divorce. .
Street to the Intersection said County: thence along the to law. July %1. 1959. Clerk Circuit Court WITNESS my'hand and '
nf Allen Street.''Town,of Bunnell: I I North boundary line of Flagler First publication:' Au Jr. C. 1959. *"lari"r County. FloridaT.FAN said Court this 3rd day oft Aucut e 1./-or -
thence continuing; in a Southwesterly County In an Easterly direction to .VINNIE WILSON. T. STEWART A.. D. 1959. '
direction on Allen- Street to the Northeast Corner of Section 24, Administrator of the Estateof ATTORNEY" FOR PLU.INTIFF .(Official Seal) .
the intersection 'with' the .
main Township 10 South. Range 39 East: GENERAL GRANT WIL- 310 South Beach Street RALPH E. Harbert
track of _the Florida East Coast thence along the West boundary SON deceased. Daytona Beach. Florida Clrk of said .

'Railwayr thence In'a" Southeasterly lines of, Section 18 and 7. Town- Aug 1-1I-20-Z1-ttc Aug. 13-20-27, & Sept. ,3-4te Aug.1S202T4tc CipUitart ./-




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; I It his Louis home Trad here has after returned undergoing to (Easy Outdoor CookeryA FRED :

surgery ,at the Halifax Hospitalin quick, easy way to preparethe
Daytona Beach recently.Mr. main dish for a picnic or -F"iiuifr---I.

outdoor meal is to cook on DIAM

:skewers -"Shish-Kabobs" are delicious ,
and Mrs. Clifford Higgin- :1
and different. % -_. .. .
t botham, Mr. and Mrs. Dale B. {4.-----.Y. _. .. "rl\'N

Brown, and Commander Wilfred ,There are many possibilities. ----
I You may have all vegetables or
JR.I Hunter were in DeLand Thursday -
ERIC RICKS CREWSMr. LAWRENCE WALDO WEST. all meat on the skewer, or, al-
evening attending the so- Quality Furniture
ternate the meat cubes with a
and Mrs. H. E. Crews are Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence West cial meeting of the VFW Post "We're Out. of the

the parents of an eight pound are the parents of 'a' 'son, born and its Auxiliary.Mr combination of vegetables such Hight Rent District"

son who was born at Fish Me- at the Flagler Clinic and Hospital as tomato Wedges, chunks of CHRIS'S FURNITURE
carrots, mushrooms, pieces of
morial Hospital in DeLand on on August 8. .
It Walter and 1680 Rldgewood Are. Holly Hill
and 'Mrs. Cody green pepper, onion. ,
six and
August 17. He has been given He weighed pounds
have A basic "Shish-Kabob" is made
Lawrence Dahlquist returned -
been named
the name of Eric Ricks. one ounce and has
to their homes here after with boneless meat, cut in 1%
{ Mrs. Crews is the former Miss Lawrence Waldo West, Jr.
spending a week in,Waynesville, or 2-inch cubes. Beef, lamb, REFINANCE YOUR DEBTS
f Joan Ricks. N. C.Mr.. ham or pork may be used. With a Long Term
Catherine Harris, young daughter -
With lamb veal the
or use
of Mr. and Mrs. Coy Harris, FEDERAL LAND BANK-
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. shoulder or leg; with beef, use
underwent at the Mrs. Carle and
tonsilectomy and Ray
the round chuck Al- FARM LOAN'R.
Kelley and family for the past or rump.
in St. Augustine and Susan have
Flagler Hospital children, Glenn ,
1 two weeks was Mr. Kelley's low % to ?4 pound per person. W. BRYAN ,
Monday morning. returned to their home here after -
l grandmother, Mrs. James C. Mar- Prepare the meat by simply Production Credit Assn.
short visit to Miami last
tin of Nashville, Tenn. a brushing with lemon juice and Wednesday10:00PALATKA

Ray Smith, young son of Mr. week. olive oil, or marinate from 2 FLORIDA

Mrs. Louis Hart, Mrs. J. J. Kel and Mrs. Raymond Smith, underwent hours to 2 days in the following

a tonsilectomy at the mixture: 1 part of lemon Juice --
ley and son, Mike, were visitors Friends of Tommy Salyerds
Flagler Hospital in St. Augustine to 3 parts olive oil seasoned with THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized
. in North Carolina several days will regret to know he is a patient
last week. They were accompanied Friday of last week. in the Veterans Hospitalin crushed garlic, salt and pepper, Evlnrude Dealer

there by Mrs. Hart's 'par Augusta for medical treat- and if you wish, add some BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS

.ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Som- Miss Sandra Deen of Miami is ment, and hope for him a speedy thyme, oregano, bay leaf or cu- Dockage "- Storage Free Ramp
I' visiting here with her parentsfor
mers of Daytona Beach, who will recovery. min.Now WE FINANCE
spend about a month there. ten days. string the cubes on your 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona
skewers. If you like the meat
I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rich Mr. and .Mrs. L. E. Wadsworthflew the cubes to-
rare, push closely
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J., F. to Colorado City last weekto
ard Palczewski have as their
gether. For all around crispness,
Jones during the past weekendwere visit .with their daughter,,
|I house guests Mr. Palczewski's separate the chunks on the NO MONEY DOWN
Mrs. Jones' brother and .
Virginia who is attending summerschool -
Mother and Mrs. Palczewski'sbrother skewer. Broil over coals. It will
sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. WilLiam will
there. accompany BUILT ON YOUR LOT
Mr._ Nosal of Chicago, take from 10 to 16 minutes, depending .
Mahaffey of Quincy. the ANYWHERE IN FLA.
her parents on return -
Ill. They were accompaniedhere done
on how well you
They were accompanied home trip home.
by Rickie Palczewski who want the food. SHELL HOMES
Sunday by Rex and Jane Robertson I I
had spent the summer in Chicago Serve immediately.
who will visit with them INSIDESEMI."FINISHEIr
visiting with his grand- Mr. and- Mrs. DeWitt Taylor UNFINISHED
1 this week. and sons, Robert and Melvin,
of here dur-
Perry were visiting a OR BLOCK

ing the past wekend withfrineds. The world's largest natural a LOCK & KEY JOBS '

arch soars across a dry creek in

NOTICE 'Frank Allen Reynolds, D.D.S. the canyon country of southern f 1 I Visit Model Home 1

Howard Taylor is in Gaines- Utah. Known as Rainbow

i Announces ville this week' attending the, Bridge, the arch is almost as Crumpton Builders

Florida Planters, lie._ I The Opening of His County Agents meeting at the, long as a football field and wide HI WAY 17 SOUTHEAST

University of Florida. enough to carry a two-lane high-. I'ALATKA i iI
Annual Meeting ,of the President William Howard I Aero** from Fair Ground
.. way.
1 Practice Pincer PADGETT
Membership"Wednesday .., ; ; I I +rV Yphis Taft 'in 1910" proclaimed it a national KA -iiei
f \ I
of' monument.

I General Dentistryat I.

September: 91959 ... .

,2:30 7 BRANNAM'SFood

111 State, Street -

Rotary Room, :

Hastings Civic Center Office Bunnell Hours by, Florida Appointment 41iJ4I ; Market :

Hastings,. Florida

I I Your Red & White Store

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Bartow BACON ,:>;;Y-1 z f-, Ib, 39C

; Boston Butts .-.: :.,: 'f'M: %;.? .

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z: Polk County, formed in 1861, is the largestcitrusgrowing s Bed a WhiteSHORTENING
: '. county in the United States with Winter
't: Haven'the site of the Florida Citrus Exposition,, and ; 3 e59c '

: lakeland the home of the Florida Citrus Commission Limit 1 can with KM order
-c' About 69% of the world's supply of phosphate is mined

,If"-: here., Other diversified sources of income include packing ..

.:: ; '-. and canning general agriculture, cattle:raising, and 'off.". No. 1361-Wtkomo asa Maxwell House ,INSTANT .
} tourists who' take advantage of the temperate climate, Comp/imfi -IJ.ol frock to slim and
300 lakes:containing a variety of fresh water fish, and trim tho matron'i dpura-pdncsu tundnss COFFEE soz. jar79C ,? elm
? varied,cultural, recreational and sports facilities. that hat a colllpollloa'l>>olero. OL Jar
In progressive Polk County, and throughout Florida, Ho.. 1361 with PHOTO-GUIDE Is' in
:; the United States Brewers constantly' sins 36, 38; 40, 42 44, 46, 48. 50, 52. FROZEN' FOODS ..
f to assure the sale of beer and ale under pleasant'orderly hat 38 to 54.,Six*38 40 bust,dross 51/4 _. :- _
conditions. Believing that strict law enforcement serves I fonts of 35-incht boforo 1 /. yards and Bluebird 6 ex. .:-/ -. ';
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'S.'. the best interest of the people of Florida,.the"Founda- /. yard contrast.Noodlowork *""
It.". No. 109-far a ORANGE JUICE ? 5' to.99eSunkist
': tiori"atresses.cIose'cooperatioa with the.Armed Forces, .- :
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""I; Shows, 1IIGi. raw own decorations ,, _
.r-; ; law enforcement and governing officials in its.continuing ..
: ,..""... $1.,." and quickly 4 Jhosoontty '
t : -"self-regulation" program.., .. favors will via admiration. PJS- 6 bz. =. ,

.''. Tfco fare 16" parasol makos a* 'Afeofcnfrpjo0 LEMONADE -' .
FLORIDA SC No. 109 lieu direction fcraJf. 9can,99cWinter
F ;tt sr'T 'Unit** S Israen favor shown.S .

-' r ..d 35c lot,ocfc drM pa t.n,. 25c Garden 8 Inch APPLE CBEBBY and PEACH
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... pattara for Snt-dass matting to PIm' .. : : :4. 3 .' $100
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: Business Glasses ment in this area. AU*adults Backs ResearchOn of infant mortality. More!appearance and its other name,'

11 '- 16 years old or older are eligibleto knowledge ,of the grizzly's food "silvertip." It has, a distinct

: : At Junior College attend these classes. whichare Grizzly Bears habits, seasonal activities, .habitat hump over the shoulders and
held from 8:30 to 3:00 P. M., preferences, and range is long claws. Men often have difficulty

Mondays through Fridays. Although : The National, Geographic Society needed.To distinguishing a grizzly
t. To Begin Monday the courses are tuition I will support a five-year such I from other bears, but black

Registration for daytime classes free, there is a small charge for study( of the grizzly bear, once get information for bears don't. When ,a 'grizzly
conservationists members of the
f' in' shorthand, typing, book. registration, and students must. undisputed master of the American I lumbers into view the smaller,
research project plan to use the
keeping, and other" business supply their own books. I Northwest but now facingpossible most modern techniques to mark II shyer species quickly bolts. .

subjects will be held on Mondayand In addition to shorthand, .typing = extinction. and track grizzlies. One method Female grizzlies are .especially -

f' Tuesday, August 31 and and bookkeeping, instruc I The research' project, jointly will be to shoot harmless drug II dangerous when they think

r September 1, at the Vocational- tion is offered in business Eng I sponsored by the Society and I pellets into the bears to anesthetize their cubs are threatened, and

f t- Technical Division, Daytona lish and spelling, filing, office the Montana Cooperative Wild them so they can be ,all adults are ferocious op

,t Beach Junior College, James'M.Snyder practice, office machine, and life Research Unit, will be directed marked with ear tags. Observers ponents.In .

L president, announced today I arithmetic. Students atttendingthis by' Dr. John J. Craighead. then can keep an eye on the days of old California, I

"> Division are not required Naturalists may resort to anesthetics individual bears. grizzlies' were pitted against

These free classes are offeredby to be high school graduates. to reduce the danger of bulls for public amusement. A '
f: the public school system of Anyone who can profit from the I I prying into the lives of some The grizzly roams widely, eat- single bear might kill as manyas
ing fruits, and roots. But
Volusia and Flagler Counties tor' instruction may 'enroll No previous -[125 formidable grizzlies survive grass a six bulls in an afternoon.
it ,misses chance to .
rarely a get ;
train office workers for employ- training in business sub- ing '''in the Yellowstone National
meat. It will for birds
jects is required; however, brushup I Park region. forage -
and snakes when it can't find
[L courses are available for I I:I Though a single blow of its such tasty prey as ground squirrels The Bible Says:
CLASSIFIEDADS those who already have some
II}mighty paw can crush a bull'sskull deer cattle..
sheep, or
skill in these subjects. Students'who the has been I
I I grizzly losing Feared by Black Bears "speaking the TRUTH in love.
are unable to attend the the battle for existence. Since
entire six-hour day can enroll I I explorers Lewis and Clark first I On their king-sized diet, griz- j (Eph. 4:15)
lies grow so heavy that adults !ii
r for part of the day. I I saw grizzlies on the western
u.ttap anise t1aIa tieaiias w black Evangelist Herrell has successfully *
. can rarely climb trees as
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S cents let wend eaek I prairies in 1805, the huge carnivores ,
Registration for htese classes I f bears emphasized the necessityof
, ... ccBts I* mtlmlmmm charge Grizzlies may weigh
will be in the administration I I have steadily retreated be- as much as, 750 pounds and proper evaluation of the
WANTED for Y uthf :fore the rifle.Declining I
r; -manager :
building, corner Milligan and I measure eight feet in length. !TRUTH to a large audience Mon.
Center. House and utilities furnished Stadium Road, between 9:00 a.m. I Despite Protection They live 25-to 30 'years. I,and Tues. night at the CHURCHOF

f : plus revenue from conces and 2 p.m. Call CL 2.2521 for I Legal protection has not ,halt The grizzly has dark fur tipped CHRIST. COMET

sions.. Write Box 567 or telephone further information. ed the decline of grizzly popu with white, thus its grizzled .
it -
;. HEmlock 92289. Aug 27-ltc lations. Probably fewer than a I

r,. FOR RENT-Furnished Oceanfront I thousand remain in the United .
, States outside Alaska and most
r: apartment suitable for I
of these in Montana. CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
couple, centrally located.
JOhns-I have disappeared entirely from
I Ie.
ton's Realty, phone HE 9- a
ID 7-3691,. 8-27-2tp ssa Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, H. CRAIG. Funeral' Director
. Oregon, Utah, the Dakotas, and JOHN HARDIN. Associate .'
FOR.SALE-Lot 21, Block 7,- Fu- even California, where they

r quay Subdivision. Located ,on were once so numerous. AIR LADY OXYGEN

Daytona Ave. at Flagler Beach. Despite man's long and some- CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED

. Write W: P. Peterson, 2517 San. EVERY community"- the has fellow a 'Best who times hair-raising acquaintancewith ATTENDANT AMBULANCES -

ford Ave., Sanford, Fla., Phone always brings something back. Onus horribilis many basic
FAirfax 2-3970. Sanford. Quite often, this fellow will show facts about grizzly bears are Phone ID 7-3532

ir Aug. ,27 ,to Sept. 17 inc.-4tp I up 'at the general_store or sport. still uncertain. Scientists do not I
we goods shop with'alimit_ ,catch.. know, for example, the extent '
r. WORK ,WANTED-My name is just at the time everybody else,is ._ -=
r. Bessie L. Jackson. I would, like fussing about the fact that they

Fi to have a job'working lor..some I It just'"ain't biting.."
nice after school and Some pass it off as "lack,". but
person '
I there Is UUle'l1 c :involved. Any. "me? after .
Saturday. Phone ID 7.3710. I .
body can get lucky,,of course, and
c 8-27-ltp ,fv by being in the;fight place, at the I
: I rJl'ht.time, with" the proper bait, a hard day's 6rkI"x
w FOR SALE Omega Enlarger, .
.,. "load the boat' with fish. But the
:. Model B-3, negatives to 2 VI .
up fellow who does it consistently, mall .l.
by 3%. Cost new $135.00. Sell for types,of:weather:.and under.all
half price. Box 431, Bunnell, Fla. conditions has something more on
w. 8-27-2tp his side than luck.
. His first asset: probably is a ...::!
" thorough knowledge :of, the water J ,
1''": PREPARE NOW he fishes. He knows where the fish ; /

: To Christmas sell TV gift advertised sets. We AVON train will be when* the water temperature ;... '::-',_ '.- g's ..
: .- you. Write NOW-Manager, is certain degree, or where .' -
;;,. box 246<< Loe hart, Fla. they will feed when the water is .r:: ' rising or,"falling., r #
.' FOR SALE-5 acres ,of ground, The expert angler catches ,fish !

.. partly cleared. Off highway 100, because he knows whereto fish-
. IVz miles from Bunnell. Call or, If he happens In strange ,
waters, he,"scoots'ground" until
t. ID 7-3440. 820.2tp 1 4
" he finds the right spot. Fish aren't
FOR SALE-5 acres of ground everywhere in. a lake or stream, % r 1
especially U it Is a big body of iI
[, partly cleared and partly fenced, C"t
water. The trick is to find them.
:; 5 room house, deep well, 2& An outboard motor is essential

:..:. miles from Bunnell off Highway when fishing big water. If providesthe I
; 100. Call .ID 73440. 8-20-3tp speed and maneuverability the II
t fisherman needs to get from one
FOR RENT-Five, room down- likely spot to another. Take crappie II I
starts furnished'apartment.. fishing in the South for in
1- Available. Sept. 1. 707 Lambert stance. The first order of businessis > r
Ave.. Bunnell. Phone VAlley to'find a good crappie "bed." I

i ./ 9-5591, St..Augustine. 8.13.3tp Quite often a fisherman will dunk '%rt::%'>: 'r.': ;FNyk2xw ryktira uiosy"&r s yi? !i
f his minnow here and there for two
f' FOR RENT-6 room apartment; or three hours before he finally locates
r the "bed. Then, it is not
3 room' apartment, $30 a month
.... unusual for him'to.catch his limitin ,. ., .. '. .: ...
Capitol Motel, U.S. Highway 1, ;"
hour He
!" less than an covereda -'
Korona Phone ID 73649. I
lot'of territory to find the right ... .
.,, July. 30tiSEPTIC spot but it was worth it-and it'

-... TANK-cleaning-reasonable ---- was crank much up the easier outboard because and he move could don't -be a dish washer. BUY ONE

s.,- rates., George Jarosz, Phone on when one locality failed to pr>- -
' ID 7.34105 28.11 5 tc I duce

'.' -- FOB SALE-on water .front l.t'- Can't blame him (or stack'em, press a but

new 3-bedroom house on Lantana A BUNNELL her, or'YOU) for duck- there's nothing ton,walk away.,Get outing

. Street in Venice Park, two G LODGE- No. 200 a tedious chore. Just like anAUTOMATIC of the kitchen sooner. Go

t. full baths, large living room, F. & ,A. M. think! -,an hour a day to the movies,watch tele

dinette, kitchen with GE built Meets First and Third Tuesday spent in hand-washing and i vision,or just relax. Every

in, equipment and wall refrigerator Dean M. Peterson W. M. hand-drying adds up to 45 ELECTRIC thing (even pots 'n pans)

r. Florida. room with fireplace, JOHN A. CLEGG. Secy.,' eight-hour working days a t t 'will come out spotless bright, ,
E 2-car garage, central heat.Terms. year..Thankless monotonous DISHWASHER I sanitized by scalding water.
i-= Robert.L.Danner, builder. Phone
drudgery. So don't be a dishwasher-
f' HE 9-2172. 4.23-U
FOR I Because a modern automatic : buy one See the new models in

SHELL FILL & SAND Electric Dishwasher can wash-- decorator colon on display NOW

,JOHNSTON'SFLAGLEH rinse-dry so much faster, maier, at.your electric appliance deal-

BEACH REALTY CO. DIRT CONTRACTS cleaner and better.. You simply era. Surprisingly easy terms, too.


.' ACREAGE Portable Electric DW.ItOplumb.-
i estate need EMIL MLSSINNE. a .. <. :',--" uxahen require -
; Seeiaa't. journal ,, O ,
Office Phone HE,9-2032 Phone ,HE' 92oM'FLAGiEIt .=. ,:'. r' .'... l ing connection*,no installation ':
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