The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
September 3, 1959
Publication Date:


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


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

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Preceded by:
St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by:
Palm Coast news
Succeeded by:
Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune


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MAMA'S LABOR DAY WEEK END V.F.W. Secures Teenage First Of Winter Dances Potato Farmers A

The first dance of the winter
Mobile Unit For Take Vote
series planned for the Teensters on

r I I will be held at the Flagler Recreation -

Center in Flagler: Beach J
October PactThe
XRayThrough i I Marketing
III M \ I Saturday evening, September 19. ',
The dances are from 8 to 11
efforts of the Flagler o'clock, Mrs. Mickey Massie said meeting of thePotato Com

County Post of the Veterans of today.A mittee met with the Flagler
Wars one of the mobile
Foreign teen dance was held last County Growers on,Thursday afternoon
1 units of the State Board of
'I Recreation Center.
Saturday at the at the Courthouse.The .
Health will be in the county 'in

October to make, free chest x- Beginning with the September meeting' was conductedby
rays, Wilfred Hunter, VFW cortimander i A. B. Johnston and Curtis
dance the Teensters will havea
said today. Deen and a thorough discussionof
.. dance there each Saturday
I, Hunter said "it is urgently re- the marketing agreement was
evening from 8 to 11 it was said.
quested_that eveiyone make use held. There were 24 present for
of this free service because the (I the meeting and 24 affirmitive

more it is used the better the- Marion County Led votes for the marketing agreement .

chance we have of getting it I for white potatoes only.
back next year instead of waiting State in Pulpwood Similar meetings have been

I. three years>:or more." held with growers in Putnam

Following is the schedule released Production in 1958 and St. Johns Counties.The .

to the VFW' Post 5213 by North'Florida Potato Council
Marion led Florida in
the Florida State Board of county which is composed delegates
pulpwood production in 1958
Health: from the three counties,
according to the U. S. Department
Flagler BeachMosbys Store, met this week and computedthe
of Agriculture's'Southern
I Tuesday, October 13, from 1 to ballots cast in the three
Forest Experiment Station in
4' P., M. I counties. There was a slight
New ,Orleans.
Bunnell, at Charlie's Bar, Tues margin of votes in favor of the
Kids Drivers License Florida, with 1,752,278 cords,
FishingTournament day, Octoberl3, from 5 to 8 P.M. agreement.
... ranked fifth in the South trail.
Lehigh Portland Cement Plant, These results will be reviewedat
ing Georgia, Alabama, North
Are Now On SaleDrivers Wednesday, October 14 from 2 to the September 8 meeting of
'. Set Carolina and Mississippi. Georgia -
5P.M. the North Florida Potato Council
held the lead in pulpwood
license went on sale Bunnell, Charle's Bar, Wednesday and it will be decided at that -
here at the Judges Office in the October 14,; 6 ,to 8 P. M..: production she had had since meeting if these results will be

For Saturday Courthouse on Tuesday morningand Bunnell, downtown, Thursday 1948. v 'sufficient to proceed further with

*r* 'r: will be on sale all during October 15 and f Friday, October Tabulations for Marion county i the efforts of securing the a*

The annual Children's Fishing September. Judge Duane Deen 16, from .10 A. M. to 1 P.. M., and show a production of 89,282 greement.
Tournament at".Lithe l Lucille is said they will also be availableat 2P.M.to5P.M. cords. Other highproducingFlorida I

,set for Saturday;.bi.i ming, September I the City Clerks Office in City It is recommended that readers counties were Nassau,

5th from 9'to' .11 o'clock. Hall, Flagler Beach. keep these dates in mind or 89,127; Baker, 88,241; Hamilton,

The ornamentals: sponsored He also- said those using re better still,.cut'!'this schedule out 73,882; Santa Rosa, 71,096; St. Lions Thanks

each year'bytBg'Biumell ''Lions stricted permiUKWPiist- renew and;referto' "'- -- Johns.,,67,868;. Clay 64,433; Taylor '- .4 0, .
" Club, and)s held at Lake Lucille them during September or they I 63,215an'd Columbia, 63- '-- "
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; in front of the Bunnell City Hall. will have to take their tests over I 199.Leading For Cleanup :

Prizes will be furnished by again. The law does' not pro. Flagler Center the South in pulpwood .

and their vide for production was Baldwin
Merchants Bunnell delinquent restricted per
The Bunnell Lions Club
spOnsors -
... suppliers. mits. Plans FormiPolicyBuard I County, Alabama with 135,000 of a.clean-up.paint-up cam

Among the 'prizes offered will Judge Deen said his office will cords. The county has led dur- paign here for one week wishesto

be, given to the boy and girl also be open ,during the noon Y ing most 70f the postwar years. express the thanks of its

, catching the first fish; boy and hours for the convenience of Fourteen Florida counties pro members of the cooperation re

girl catching the largest fish; those who do not have the opportunity "The Flagler Beach Methodist duced 'more than 50,000 cords of ceived in the campaign.The .

.; boy and girl.catching the small. I of securing license Men's Club have recently completed pulpwood in 1958. Southern club said that althoughall

. est fish; and boy and girl catch during regular office hours. I I the Recreational Centerin I counties producing more than objectives were not reached

",- ing the most fish. Prizes will I Drivers license become delinquent Flagler Beach. This Center 50,000 cords, accounted for 35 and that there is plently ofroomfor
be awarded, at 11:15. Membersof on October first and I II per cent .of the South's round
is to be used by the citizens of further improvement, it is
The Bunnell Lions Club will.I those securing delinquent li. I II our :County, youths as well as I wood. production. Only 15 Flor highly appreciative for what was
be on hand supervise the activities will have to a dollar ida counties, including two with "
. cense pay i adults, Club President Lyman done. "Our objective, it was ,
and serving refreshments.f in addition to the regular fee:| Gage said today. no production, produced less stated "is to do what we can
Children through 12 years of or $1.25. I II than 5,000 cords.According .
I "A council governoring boardto to make our town and surroundings :
are invited to participatein I to the report, the -
age be composed of a representa as attractive as possible.
the tournament. MURRAY DANCERSAT tive from every organization or South now has 56 per cent of Not alone for those passing
I the'country's pulping capacity.
in the County'who wishes and'admire
BEACH.CENTER. group through to see but
Total Southern mill capabilitieshave
xtc participate, is .to organized for the esthetic value oo our own
The Arthur Murray Dance increased from -16,000 tons
Bunnell School and this council will set the residents." -
Studio of Daytona Beach will I and the of pulp per day in 1946 to over
policy govern operations
present an evenings program of of the Center.." 44,000 tons in 1958. .....
entertainment at the Flagler. The South now, has 75 pulp ,
Opens Monday Recreation Center tonight,i I beheld"Organizational: sometime in meeting Septemberand will I mills, with five new ones plan. Mrs J. J. Kinney '

(Thursday) beginning at 7:30. i iI I ned or und construction.. These .
Bunnell School opened Mon. 'Mr. Parnell, manager of the 1 we invite In every organization additions, ,will increase pulping Dies Friday ...
I the
or group County to
day morning with a total enrollment studio, said there"will be ,several capacity by some 1,375 tons
of 514 pupils 'from exhibition 'dances performed by elect a representative to serve daily. I In Wooster .
on this council, Mr. Gage added.
Kindergarten through High a dance team from ,the studio. Florida has 18 per cent of the
I School. Several are expected to Members of the committeesaid South's total pulping capacity.The Mrs. Annabelle Kinney of
. within the next few days. Wooster, Ohio, _mother of Arden .
enroll the admission, is free and with May of last year, mortgages number of mills per state
l1lo .. Although the total enrollment the public is invited to attend. have increased rapidly, reflecting ranges from'one in Oklahoma to and John Kinney of Bunnell,
'l is. four short of the closing en. the lowered interest 10 in Florida, Georgia and died Friday afternoon in a Woos

..', rollment last spring the school Louisiana.Businessmen's. ter Hospital following a short

r: "has really gained several new Home-Purchase rate.Original lenders of 34 per cent illness.
20 She was the widow of the late
; pupils. About elementary of this year's five-month total
r., 'pupils who reside in the Hilcrest Mortgages in State were savings and loan associa- Dr. J. J. Kinney of Wooster, Ohio.

'. section of Flagler Beach and tions with a total of $239,769- She was 90 years of-age.
have been transported Show Bigger GainHomepurchase The Kinneys had been winter
heretofore 000 a gain of 47 per cent over
"; _' :to the 'Bunnell School are being mortgages recorded 1958. A group of miscellaneous Directors residents of Flagler County since

f-. transported to the Flagler Beach in Florida ran' at an average ] lenders, including federal agencies 1922, residing in St.- Johns Park

,r.. School. this_ year.Enrollment of .$140 million a month 1 loaned $218,638,000.; almost Board of Directors of the .Section.
r in the high school through May of'this year, the I double last year's figure and ,ac- recently organized businessmen's Mrs. Kinney is survived by

L by grade are:. Kindergarten, 40; last month' for which compilations -j counting for 31 per cent of the association met last Thursday one daughter; Mrs. Gail Robsonof
t First. 50; "Second, '45; Third, 44; are presently available.. I current total.Individuals. night at the home of Coy Harris. Wooster; two sons Arden' -

Fourth 35; Fifth 36; Sixth, 43; Total recordings reached 87,- long' a strong Among the things discussed was Kinney and John Kinney of Bun

Seventh, 50; Eighth, 48; Ninth, 934 amounting to $698,664,000, I force Florida's money market, the formation of a credit"associa. nell; one brother, P. H. Waltonof

34; Tenth, 44; Eleventh. 50;; and both.record highs, up 30 per cent! handled $162,532,000, or 23 percent tion. The' board also worked 'on Wooster. -"

",: .. Twelfth, 23. and 49 per cent respectively,over of the total, up 27 percentover formation .of the association. by Also surviving are fifteen -
t ': ;Total in the elementary departments 1958, the Florida State Chamberof I last year.Commercial banks laws. grand children and a 'number.
are 292. Total for Commerce reporfs' ccounted"for 7 per cent or"$50- The directors will meet again of great' grand children.

A'- High School ism_ '.:Mortgages: ,Of c$ or less I 361,000,. a gain ot 22 per' cent.I before, the, next meeting of the Funeral services were held' in

[ 'Total 'enrollment'for the Flag are:covered by;these figures and I j Insurance companies loaned I association. which will be held Wooster Friday afternoon and

:.'- ler Beach elementary school was virtually all are secured_by residential $27,364,000, an increase 30.per I in the civic center building Monday interment followed at-the Wooster -

l'.'. be'12L... properties., Beginning .,cent, ,2 September 14, at 8 o'clock. Cemetery. -

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I Il" DONNIE AARON IS _Mrs. EdnaXehr is visiting two :Mr. and Mrs.. L. E. Woods from.

r q f) f er3eack I STATIONED AT FORT BENNING weeks in Orlando with her son- Palatka spent the, weekend in

: I in-law and daughter, :Mr. and their cottage here.
f"-:: ? a Donnie Aaron who enlisted Mrs. Joseph Baldwin.Mr. .
0 last month in the U.S. Army

:'. LUNA BABBITT is now stationed 'at Fort Ben I YOUR CLOSEST OUTLETFor
ning after being at Fort Jack. Furniture.
Telephone HEmlock 9.2098 and Mrs. Stanley Springer Quality
son, S. C. for a short time. His I "We're Out of the
and the weekendIn
. SURPRISE ON I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lee family spent Hight Rent District"CHRIS'S
: FIRST BAPTIST Orlando. Returning here
I ELEVENTH ANNIVERSARY Aaron, and sister Brenda, have I FURNITURE
with them were Mrs. Ethel Mel
The evening service at the I Mr. and Mrs., Bernie Wilson f just returned from their with two ler and daughter to visit them.I 1660 Rldgewood Ave. Holly 1I1I1INSVRESfiy
weeks vacation visiting
..... J First Baptist Church Sundaywas were surprised Sunday eveningat
Point Ga.. .
relatives in West ,
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conducted by Bob Allen of their home when a group of
Lanette, Ala., and also in Columbus ,
He is to returnto
Daytona Beach. friends visited them, it being
Ga., where they visited with Insured &
Duke University in Durham, their eleventh anniversary. Host. Rest Assured

N. C. after spending,the summer esses were Mrs. Alice Lovell and Donnie.

, in Daytona Beach with his par (Mrs. Betty Johnson, assisted by GET THE, BEST PROTECTION FROM
ents. The baptismal service I the couple's two daughters, Jo- FIRST FALL MEETING '.

; was conducted by. Rev. Glenn ann and Barbara Wilson, and OF WOMAN'S CLUB
: Taylor. also' Kandyce Lovell."" The first fall meeting of the I H. T. COOK AGENCY

The Woman's Missionary Society Games were played and prizes Flagler Woman's Club is sched- .

met at the church Monday were won by Mrs. Howard Lerch, uled for next Wednesday at 2' Citizens. Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida
j evening with Mrs.' May Shill Howard Lerch, and George Wick P.M. in the Woman's Club build

r presiding. The general program line.. A fancy cherry cake was ing, according to the president, ,

,. was entitled "Songs In The served with punch. Guests, in Mrs. Reynold Hoover.

{.. Night," and it was a study of addition to those named, were She urges the members to be

t.' Mexico. One visitor attending Mrs. Flossie Haines and daughter present. Hostesses -'are Mrs. Open For BusinessIN '

tr: was Mrs. Ethel Meller from Or. Beverly, Mrs. Ethel Wick- Flossie Haines ,and Mrs. Esther

. lando. line, Mrs. 'Aurora Wilson, Mrs. Heydt and there is to be a spe FLAGLER BEACH

: During the business meeting, Emma Kulp, Keith Lovell, and cial surprise by the program AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR SHOPPING

r. Mrs. Chancie Weaver, G.A. director RicHard Lerch. chairman, Mrs. Haines. COMFORT

ll, announced that the Jun.. .

I for and Intermediate G.A.'s' had Visitors with Mrs. Elsie Graham Friends of John Preer will be Come In And Browse

t' completed a study" course on were her sister in law,I glad to learn that he has been FOUNTAIN .:. FILMS .:. COSMETICS SUNDRIES t tMOODY'S
J stewardship taught by? Mrs. Mrs. Marie. Graham, from San. able to return to his home here'

; el Rumill, also that a 'Eth.1 ford forthe weekend and also after being ill in the Bunnell ..

f clothing had been sent to her mother, Mrs. A. M. Flowers Hospital for two weeks. BEACH CENTER

f' lanta. from Seville. Located on The Ocean Front Just South of Pier
F Mrs. Shill announced that the I Mr. and Mrs. George Nettles ,
Phone HE 9-2263 Flagler Beach
r.' Stamps Circle waS to meet on Guests of Mrs. Thelma Crotty I and family from Paltaka visited I
;- Wednesday at 1:30 at the homeof Sunday were Mrs. Deolia Ervine here all day Wednesday with For Night! Service on Prescriptions Call HE 9-2267

.d Mrs. Weaver. She named to from Daytona Beach and Mrs.I her grandparents, Mr. and ,Mrs.E. I
I Prescriptions Left at Beach Center Will Be
the nominating committee Mrs. Peary Loury from Miami. M. Robinson.
: \ Robert Schatz Mrs. J. L. Press- I Promptly Filled atMoody's
; wood and Mrs. Shill. Mrs. Nettie Brusich spent the Mr and Mrs. B. D. Adams of

!' weekend in Ormond Beach with I Doctors Inlet spent last week in Pharmacy

F. METHODIST CHURCHANNOUNCEMENT I her son, in law 'and' daughter, their home here on Daytona -' and Delivered Free.

".,: Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dzioba. I Avenue. . -
Rev. Reynold Hoover, pastor of -

( -. the Flagler Beach Methodist 1iTT
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t- at 9:30 in the Woman's Club
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Walter Keller received word ,... .
a at his home here Sunday that
his brother Horace Keller, died .
in Andersonville Indiana, that '- YOU'LL NEVER DO BETTER BY YOUR .
r :-; A CHEVY NOW! .
day. Funeral services and burial --- DOLLARS, '
Chevrolet dealer's
there Other .' ":'. : e Stop by your
were held Tuesday. :
'" {;; and see the season's most wonderful money's
survivors are two sisters, Mrs. : .
f worth. Better make it soon!
N Mae Allen and Mrs. Frances

, Mathews, with whom the deceased .
had been living. / ..
I Ir IF YOU UKE GETTING YOUR MONEY'S WORTH, YOU'LL UKE CHEVY'S 7 BIG BESTS! surely the most wonderfully responsive

..., engine available today at any price." .-.
and Mrs. D. B.
Capt. Knight
and said that ". in its class
:a from Fort Benning. Ga. spent BEST ROOM NO CRAMPED "
DIME AND GIVE YOU MORE Chevy establishes a new high in daring
r the weekend at'the Walter QUARTERS Let's take the officialfigures
in sales
styling. Chevy's leadership for
Knight cottage.Mr. They're biggertoo. filed with the Automobile Manu ,
59 a lot for its looks too!
With'em allcompetitors says
Chevy out-stopped "
Association. They show Chev
in its field in NASCAR (
and :Mrs. Walter Carr of S_ of a from BEST RIDE. CARRIES YOU AS rolet's front seat hip room up to 5.9 :
f- Gainesville have been spending conducted test repeated stops CAREFULLY AS PAMPERS inches wider than in comparable cars.
the .weekend In their Venice highway Count on real comfort. '
/' *National Aod.don/o. Stoclf CarYOUR DOLLARS "The smoothest, _"

'. Park home. Advancement Krttartk most quiet, softest.riding car'in its price BEST TRADE-IN YOU GET "

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Mrs. -Mabel Nicholson arriving s'' describes
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George Wickline, and sister, Mrs. BEST STYLE.' BEAUTY THAT NOT GET A V8 LIKE CHEVY'S YOUR CHEVY SAVINGS As sure :'=' !
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The experts at POPULAR Corvette V8's, SPORTS. CARS ILLUS this year's Mobilgas Economy,Run, get ;
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Thursday, Sept. .3, -::1"959.-- ., THE -FLAGLEE ,TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREEChemicals

CONSTITUTIONAL created eounty.-A newly created -IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
and fungicides, fish' and veget.1 I AMENDMENT TO BE VOTED ON. I county shall have one representative FLAGI.ER COUNTY FLORIDA

Rank i able oils and perfumes' I I' NOVEMBER 3. 1959 in the House of Representatives IN CHANCERY NO. 3826 .
'. NOTICE OF ELECTION until the succeeding reappor- ANNA M. JOHNSON.Plaintiff.
metiCS WHEREAS the Legislature of tionment and until that time It. .

1959. under the Constitution of 1885 shall be part of such adjoining vs.
Third in State I of the State of Florida did -pass a senatorial district as the Legislature GEORGE C. JOHNSON.
Joint Resolution proposing amend- shall determine. Defendant.
ment to the Constitution of the IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF NOTICE TO DEFEND
MONEY DOWN State of Florida and the same was I I have hereunto set my hand THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO
Employees NO agreed to by a vote of three fourthsof and affixed the. Great Seal ) George C.- Johnsonco
all" the members elected to each (Seal) of the State of Florida at Miss Ruth White

BUILT ON TOUR LOT. house; that the votes of said Joint Tallahassee the Capital this 54 West Main Street
Resolution was entered upon their the 1st day of September. Freehold. New Jersey
The manufacture in Florida ANYWHERE IN FLA. respective Journals with the yeas A. D., 1959. You are hereby notified that a

of chemicals and chemical and nays thereon and they did determine R. A. GHA Y.Secretary suit has been filed against you In
pro- SHELLHOMES I and direct ,that the said of State the above entitled cause; and you
ducts is one of the top industriesin Joint Resolution be' submitted to I Sept 3.1o-Ztc are hereby required to file your answer -
the electors of the State at the Special with the Clerk of this Court.
the state and gives'direct, UNFINISHED INSIDESEMIFINISHED" Election on November 3. 1959. IN TilE COURT OF THE COUNTY and to serve a copy thereof upon

year-round employment to NOW THEREFORE. I. R. A. JUDGE OF FLAGLER COUNTY, the plan tiff or plaintiffs attorney
approximately GRAY. Secretary of State of the FLORIDAIN whose. name and address is:
15,000 p e 0 p 1 e. 951.FlNISBEtr State of Florida do hereby give no-I RE: Ray Selden
OR BLOCK A. Baxley.
FRAME Estate of James .' Selden Building -.
tice that aSPECIAL
Gauged by number of employees, LOCK & KEY ,JOBS ELECTIONwill Deceased 800 Main Street

chemicals rank today third, just be held in each County in Flor- ,NOTICE OF ENTRY OF ORDEROF Daytona Beach. Floridanot
ida on the first Tuesday after the ADMINISTRATION later than October 2. A.D. 1959.
below food products and lumber I 1 Visit Model Home 1. first Monday in November. A. UNNECESSARYAll.persons If you fail to Jo so. decree pro
the said Tuesday being having claims or de confesso will be entered againstycu
wood products, among the many third day of November for D"I mands against the estate of JAMESA. for the relief demanded in the "

types of goods manufactured in Builders ratification or rejection of the BAXLEY. the above-named decedent bill of complaint. The nature of
Crumpton Joint Resolution.proposing are hereby notified that an said suit being for divorce.
the state, the' ,Florida State ment to the Constitution of the ,order of administration unneces- WITNESS my hand and seal of
HIWAY 17 SOUTH of Florida viz: sary has been entered by the Hon- said Court this 27th day of AugustA.
of Commerce
Chamber .
reports.In EAST PALATKA.; I SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION orable Duane A. Deen. county : D. 1959.Official .
Across from Fair Grounds NO. 660 judge; that the total value of said ( Seal)'
"FIDGET* PADGETTEA relatingto estate is. $1500.00. that the name
1957, the, last year for A JOINT RESOLUTION RALPH E. HARBERT
I 8-1181 apportionment; proposing an and address of the one to whom Clerk of said Circuit Court
which official details on, the in- amendment to Article VII of the said estate has been assigned. by Sept. 3-10..17-24.-4tc.
available plants Constitution: providing for such order is. I
dustry are Florida
Catherine Baxley. RFD. ,
forty-four senatorial districts; pro IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF

making chemicals added a Value SEV- viding plan for apportioning Houseof Florida.CATHERINE KLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA
of million to the IN Representatives: i I
$189 ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT for filling vacancies created Sept. JAMES E. MARX

of the raw materials used in the AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY, and declaring an emerg Plaintiff.
manufacturing processes. This Nor 3825 ency.WHEREAS, the Legislature of JUDICIAL 'CIRCUIT IN AND va.
"value added' figure is a" real Plaintiff the State of Florida has requiring determinedthat an IDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 22JM Defendant.
an emergency NOTICE TO
istic measure of the contribution -vs. the electors of.LILY O'DONNELL. a widow and FIAT TO
early decision by VIOLET I. WEST THE STATE OF :
PHILLIPS.Defendant. I the state does exist and Helen C. Marx
of these plants to'theeconomy -
amendment to the .
TO APPEAR WHEREAS, an 1038 North Dupont.
of the state. In this re THE NOTICE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: constitution dealing with the sub- I WILLIAM G.-vs-sonG and ANNA- Wilmington Delaware .
matter of You hereby notified that a
spect, chemical plants ranked ALTON Residence O.Unknown PHILLIPS should ject be submitted to the votersof BELLE. SORG husband and wife, suit has been filed against you. In

second just below 'food products YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED the State of Florida at the earl- etc.. et aL. Defendants. the above entitled cause; and you
for divorce has been iest possible time.. NOW THERE are hereby required to file your aa-
plants which have long stood with the Clerk of this Court,
in the above entitled FORE. HEREBY GIVEN swer
filed against you NOTICE IS
and are hereby required Be It Resolved by the Legislatureof I. and to serve a. copy thereof upon
out in front'as the state's leaderin i cause you Florida: pursuant to Final Decree of Fore-
the State plaintiffs attorney
the plaintiff or
to serve upon Plaintiffs Attorney of closure dated February 26. 1959.
manufacturing.New I whose name and address That the following Constitution amendment of I. and recorded in Chancery Order whose name and address is:
eppear hereon. your written, de- Article VII relating to apportionment Book 22. page 13%. in the Circuit Ray Selden
feneeif any. to the Bill of Com- the State of Florida and Court. Seventh Judicial Circuit tn Selden Building
chemical and Senate
plants expansions the
in 800 :Main Street
plaint in said suit on or before be and and for Flagler County. Florida
of existing plants con the 5th day of October, A. D. 1959; House of Representatives to and together with Amendment to said Daytona Beach Floridanot
la hereby agreed later than October 2 A. D.' 1959.If .
else Decree Pro Confesso will be the same Final Decree dated April 14th. 1959.
structed and put into operationin entered against you. shall be submitted to the electorsof and Second Amendment to said you fail to do so, decree pro
WITNESS my hand and seal of the State of Florida for approvalor Final Decree dated July 30. 1959 confeaso will be entered againstyou
Florida during 1957 called
were rejection tit a special for the relief demanded in
said Court this 26th day of August wherein Lily O'Donnell. a widow
worth $49 million. No other I A D. 1959. election as provided by Article and Violet I. West are plaintiffs, the bill of complaint. 'The nature
(Seal) RALPH E. HARBERTAs XVII. Section 3 of the Florida Con- and William G.' Sorg and Annabelle i of said suit being for divorce,- .
classification of, manufacturingshowed Clerk of said CourtW. stitution. Sorg. husband and wife; A. S. Con- WITNESS my hand and seal of
during L WadsworthP. That three-fourths (%) of all ley. Jr.. trading and doing businessas said Court this 27th day of August
so great a growth house of
.. O. Box 396 members elected to each Caudill's Concrete; Harvey M. .'A. D. 1959.
that year. Bunnell. Florida I the Legislature does determine that I Nowell; doing business as Daytona (Official Seal)
Attorney for Plaintiff an emergency requiring an I Oak Flooring: T. H. Mitchell and RALPH E. HARBERT
decision by the electors of the state Clerk of_ said Circuit Court
.. 3.1O-17-24-4tc D. B. Alexander doing business as
There are now some 200 plants : to this
does exist with reference Mitchell & Alexander; Willis W. Sept. 3-10.17.24-4te

making chemicals in Florida. I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH amendment to Article VII of the White; McCormick Lumber Company DRAINAGII
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Constitution.: a Florida Corporation, and NORTH ORMOND_
Products include industrial FOR FLAGLER COUNTY FLOR- Section 1. Sections 1. 2. 3 and 4 Midland Distributors. Inc.. a ,Florida DISTRICT
IDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 3803 of Article VII are hereby repealedand Corporation are defendants NOTICE OF LAND OWNERS
chemicals, paints, fertilizers, HAROLD DLUGO. in lieu thereof the following Florida Loan Co., Inc.. -a Florida MEETING

printing ink,. medicines, clean- Plaintiff. sections are hereby adopted: Corooration: Florida RAnk and Notice Is hereby given that a.
-vs-' -ADTTrr.m n "' i"" YlI Trust Co. of Daytona Beach: Florida meeting of the Owners of Land Sit-
ing and polishing compounds, MILDRED C. Section 1.;Representation-Apportionment a Florida Corporation are 'de uated In the North Ormond Drain-

naval other DLUGO.Defendant.. I : fendants: I. as Special Master will age District in Volusia and Flagler
stores and
plastics, NOTICE OF ,.SUIT (a) Senate-The state shall be sell to the {highest and best bidder Counties Is hereby called to beheld
resins, bottled'"gasf. insecticides'i IN THE NAME OJt THE STATE I apportione"<.i* to. forty-four*(44) for cash-*at the Front Door of at the office of the District at
OF FLORIDA I senatorial districts designated by the Flagler County Courthouse in 420 Seabreeze .Boulevard, Daytona
TO: MILDRED C., DLUGO. number in consecutive order. Such the City of Bunnell. Flagler County Beach. Florida same being in the

114_Pacific Avenue, Apartment apportionment _shall provide fair- Florida, at 11:00 o'clock A..!.I. County of Volusia. on _Wednesday..
NOTICE CAUantic-. s ness, and equity among districts on the 6th day of October. A.D. September 23. 1959. at 2 o'clock:
Notice Is hereby given that the City New Jersey based upon population geographic 1959. the following described prop- P.Jd. for the purpose of electing
City assessment roll will be submitted You are hereby required to file area and economic affinity: pro- erty as set forth in said final decree Supervisors and for any other busi-
to the Equalizing: Board of with the Clerk of this Court your vided: to-wlt: ness that may come before themeeting.
the City of Bunnell. Florida forapproval Answer to the Bill of Complaint (1) There shall be only one sen- Lots 1 and 2 of Block 39. .
on Tuesday the 8th day filed herein against you in the ator for each district: Moody Subdivision situated in At such, election each and every
of September A. D. 1959 at 7:30P. above entitled cause on or before (2) No district shall be composedof Flagler Beach. Flagler County acre of land in the District shall1
M. In the office of the City Clerk. the 11th day of September.D. more than. three (3) counties. Florida according to Plat thereof represent one share and each own-
All persons desiring to have cor- 1959 and serve a copy thereof up- (3) Countiesforming a district recorded in Plat Book 1. page ? er shall be entitled to one vote In
rections in such roll whether in CHARLES J. LUKE II. Plaintiffs territoryof 26 of the Public Records "of'' by in
on shall ,not be-separated by person or proxy
the listing or the valuation of attorney herein,- whose ad- another district and must be Flakier County. Florida. signed for each acre of land owned
property or otherwise- are hereby dress Is 533 Seabreeze Boulevard. contiguous. WITNESS my hand and seal at by him In such District.! Guardians
xequlred to file with the City Clerk Daytona Beach. Florida. "Flagler (4) No county shall be dividedIn Bunnell. Flagler County Florida, may represent their Wards, Executors
or at the meetingtheir petitionsetting Tribune" is hereby designated aa creating a district. this 6th day of August A. D. 1959. and Administrators may rep-
forth their objections to the newspaper In which this order (5) Vacancies that are created by (Court Seal) RALPH E. HARBERT resent the Estates of deceased per-
such assessments and the correc- shall be published once a week for the reapportionment providing for As Special Master. sons and Private Corporations may
tions which, they desire to have' four consecutive weeks. HEREIN forty-four (44) senatorial districtsof Aug. 20-27 & Sept. 3.10-4tc be represented by their Officers or

made. FAIL NOT OR A DECREE PRO the Senate shall be filled by the duly 'authorized Agents.It .
Clerk of Bunnell.' Florida CONFESSO WILL BE ENTERED electors in the.. general election in IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH is ordered that this Notice be
Aug. 13-20-27' & Sept. S-4tc AGAINST November 1960. Upon election new published once a week for two con-
shall be elected In the new FOR FLAGLER COUNTY ,FLOR- secutive weeks in the Daytona
The naturo of this suit Is a Bill senators IDA. IN .CHANCERY NO. 3806
'IN' THE CIRCUIT COURT OF districts for the following terms: Beach Observer a newspaper pub-
FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA.IN for Divorce. hand and seal at District 39 for four (4) years. RITA MAUREEN ROLPH. lished in Volusia County Florida
CHANCERY NO. 8812. WITNESS my Florida District 40 for two (2) years Plaintiff and The Flagler Tribune a news-
Bunnell. Flagler County. 41 for four (4) years. -vs- paper published In Flagler County.
FRIES. District
day of July A. D. 1959. EDWIN ALBERT ROLPH.
Plaintiff.. this District 42 for' two (2) years. Florida. Date of first publication.
(Court Seal) District 43 for four (4) years. Defendant. August 27. 1959.
FRIES By order of
s HELGA M. District 44 for two (2) years.
As Clerk. Circuit Court IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
: Defendant. Florida Thereafter, all
NOTICE TO DEFEND Flagler for a four year term.b V. Guy Day. Secretary.
& Sept. 3-4tc elected TO EDWIN ALBERT ROLPH.
Aug. 18-20-27 : Aug. 27 & Sept. 3-0-3tc
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: I ( ) House of RepresentativesThe -of whose residence..and/or Post Office
Helga M. Fries representation In the House
NOTICE OF address is unknown:
Haus Nr. 2Kleinochsenfurt shall be apportioned -
Notice Is hereby given that under Representatives You are hereby notified that a FOR FLAGLER COUNTY, PLOD
amMain to that certain Final as follows: suit in equity ha been brought
and pursuant and IDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 3814.
bet Wuerzburg. Bavaria. Decree of Foreclosure and Sale rendered -I Five (5) representatives to against you by RITA MAUREEN CITIZENS BANK OF BUK-
Germany on the 26th day of August.A. for the most populous county: four ROLPH. in the Circuit Court. Sev- NELL, etc.
_You are hereby notified that a the Honorable Thom- for each enth Judicial Circuit in and for
.D. 1959. by ptwon(2)inext more Plahntlff-
suit has been filed against you In otth populous
&8. N. appy,- one of the Judges of Flagler County. Florida and you
the above entitled cause; and yon counties representatives
Seventh Judicial Circuit of the : three (3) are hereby summoned ordered and -va-
are hereby required ktoolhr..o'8'ot the State of Florida in and.for Flag- to and for each of the six (6) next: required to file your written answer ROBERT Q. BLFSTROM and
ewer with the County. In that certain cause more populous counties: two (2) or other defenses to the com- wife VIVIAN H. ELFSTROM
and to serve a copy thereof upon ler lately pending in the Circuit Courtof representatives to and for each of plaint filed herein against you In --- Defendants:

the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney Flagler County. Florida. In the fourteen (14) next more popu- the above entitled cause In the office NOTICE BY PUBLICATIONIN.
whose name and address la: wherein Citizens Bank of lous counties; and one (1) repre- of the Clerk of the Circuit .
Samuel. Holch Chancery and for each of the remaining MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE
State Banking Company. sentative to Curt in and for Flagler County
Box 471 Bunnell.plaintiff a and The Red Roof.Inc. counties of the state at Florida at his office In the Court- 81'IT TO FORECLOSE MORTGAGE
East Palatka. Florida was apportionment. house Bunnell. Florida, STATE OF FLORIDA'TO
and The United States of America the time of-such on or
not later than September 14. A.D. were defendants being case (c) First apportlonmentreapportlonmentThe before the 11th day of SeptemberA. : ROBERT Q. ELFSTROMand
1959. first apportionment D. and to serve of wife VIVIAN H. ELFSTROM
the undersigned Clerkof 1959. a copy
If you fall to do, so. decree pro No. 3'l08.I.. each legislative house shall such defenses Leon 87 Harrison St.
Court in Flagler of answer or upon
confesso will be entered againstyou the Staten Island 4, New' York
accordance with statute desig- F. Stewart plaintiffs attornev
will Wednesday be in
relief demanded In the Florida on
for the County and You. Robert Q. Elfstrom and wife.
districts Is 310
senatorial herein whose address South
of nating the ;
16th day September.A.
bill of complaint. The nature of the Vivian H.
Elfstrom hereby

in the house Beach Street. Daytona Beach. Florida are notified
front door the representation
the north
said suit being.for divorce. D 1959. at
County Courthouse ( adopted at the 1959 session of the .. on or before said date aa reQuired that a Bill of Complaint to
seal Flagler
hand and
WITNESS my of the and the next appor- bv the laws of Florida and foreclose a certain mortgage on the
Flagler County Florida Legislature
said Court this llth day August.. In Bunnell. the regular and legal tionment of the Senate shall be atthe the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure. following described property to-
A. D. 1959. during and the fail to do decree wit. _
session in 1971. If YOU so a
(Court, Seal) RALPH E. HARBERT hours of sale, offer for sale and I regular of the House of pro confesso will ,be entered a- Lot 7 of Block 3 of SUNRISE
..... Clerk of said Circuit Court sell at public outcry to the highest apportionment shall be at the 'ainst you for the relief demandedin BEACH being a subdivisionof
Aug 'U.O-ZT & Sept. 3--4tcBHagltr and best bidder therefor for cash Representatives North Flagler Beach..Flagrler -
session In 1961 'based upon the comnlalnt.
in order to satisfy the regular
In hand. I Federal Census: and decenlally You are further notified th..tth'l County. Florida. accord-
Decree of Foreclosureand the
said Final Ing to the plat of Sunrise
thereafter the Legislatureshall nature of this suit Is a suit for
Sale aforesaid the following Beach on file in the office ofthe
m.r :(ffrtlnnir described property. situate lying reapportion accordance its .herewith.represen- divorce.. The name of the Court In which Clerk of the Circuit Court "
in Flagler County. Florida tation in
and being for Flagler Florida
fail _to do its duty this suit ha been instituted County.
to-wlt: Should in session of Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Circuit ,in Plat Book 1 at page 20.
.' _1JB1IIDLL. FLORIDA Lot 13 and the Southerly Three shall continue until every reapportionment Flagler County. Florida and has been filed against you and you
feet measured along the East whatever type the abbreviated style of ,the cam are hereby required to serve a copy
I Boundary of Lot 12 of Block 19 has been effected.d R lnh. your Answer or to
at Is Rita Maureen plaintiff. the
to reapportion
Subdivision of Flag ( ) Failure Bill of onehe
of Fuquay -vs- Edwin Albert Rolph defend Complaint plaintiffs
MRS. M.,B. FULLER. Editor ler Beach. according to. a plat regular session and providing for ant. attorney IL T. Cook. Citizens
recorded In Plat Book '1.'at'page extra-ordinary session to perform Tt Is hereby ordered that thin Bank Building.* Bunnell. Florida
.. 26 of the _Public records of reapportl': l'menL-Bhould the legislature order and notice shall be published and file the original Answer or
Dddittated Oflctal Tm......... Flagler County. Florida and fail to reapportion the rep- once % week for four consecutive Pleading In the office of the Clerkof
14. of Block 19 of Fuquay resentation in the Legislature at the Circuit Court on or'before
Lot weeks In the Flagler Tribune. anewspaper
,.. Publk ,N.Ues..f,F1aaleg Subdivision of Flagler Beach. any regular session as required the published In Bunnell. the 21st day of September. 1959.

Oenty,. MnftclpsJttftWmm ;,: Florida. per a plat of, said subdlv..lon' Governor or the Legislature Itself Florida. Flajrler Conntv. ,and having If you fail to do so. ,judgment by
., .' on file In the office of shall call the Legislature into extraordinary a general circulation In Flag default will be taken against you
Vmm .State. : .* ri e+d. the Clerk of ,the Circuit Courtof session,, to perform ,its ler OAuntv. Florida. for the relief demanded in the Bill
Flagler County. Florida. in duty within thirty days after ad- WITNESS my hand as Clerk of of Complaint. '
lournment. No other business-shall Raid Circuit Court nt Flakier County This notice shall be publishedonce

.. ; -..-. .. EX-CEPT be transacted during such session FloridA. and this" seal, of saidfturt each week for four consecutive -
and the session shall not recess for at Bunnell. Flasher County. i weeks in The Flagler'Tribune.
hrteaai7: e.s.u.a act ..tdJVV'at ':scribed pro per t Y previously more than seventy-two hours except Floridaon this 6th day of AugustA : DONE AND this 13thEdDaat BunDell. -

.Ds11.- ........ .... fist is,11isdl deeded to .the, State of Florida. ; that after a period of sixty D. H5!*. :' i Florida, August.
for highway purposes. lays from the date the extraordinary (Court 8n, RALPH F:. HARBERT 1959.'..f..r DATED at.Bunnel. Flagler County session Is convened the Governor perk Circuit Court I RALPH E. HARBERT"

-- Florida.. thU 27th 'day of Au- I may. 4>y proclamation the FI-...1f'p rvmnty. FloridaATTORNEY Clerk. of the Circuit court
dust. A.IX 194'. Legislature may, by concurrent 7F AN ... STEWART Flagler County. Florida.
o..4i-r. H !' E. recess the Legislature PLAINTIFF Circuit Court Seal) ,
V..o RALPH HARBERT resolution FOR ,I I
of date adjourn Fl; T. CookAttorney .
: tAa Clerk the Circuit Court I to a future or may ItO South Beach Street .
I I... of:.Flagler County., Florida.. the Legislature sine die. Daytona Bench. ,Florida for Plaintiff :--. ,
,: ';: ---' .. .' Aug.' 20-27 & Sept. l0-4tc
;: Sept'. 'J;-Itc (ej.Representation a ,newly:, Aug. 13-20-2T, *.. Sept- ; ,S-4te ;

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I i ent tribal traditions which missionary -'to terrace the hillsides ,and im- Subscribe to The"Flagler Tribune

ffi1.J influence had broken I]prove their living standards by $2.50 A Year In 'Advance
: IiI.c: :; : down. ';growing cash crops like coffeee

; : il i Mau Mau failed because itsj,tea, and pineapples. An extensive _..._._.._...-.._._-_.,._..... .'!

! i brutality alienated the majority reforestation program is O. ;:ALFORD

!of the Kikuyu tribe. When ter- II conserving soil and water. A Registered

r ; I roists tried to recruit in his area once classic example' of land
C abuse is now a model of I Real
Chief Njiri rallied his clan and, proper [ Estate BrokerBunnell

I marched into the Aberdare forest land usage. I
I 'I Florida
i where the Mau Mau were -I ..... .. ...
GYM .....-.....fIf..fa." ...
strongest. He sent for the big- j
.... ( BUNNELL
._ SECTION OPTIRE" gest Union Jack available, hOisted j FREE PAINT -
LODGE No. 200
it on a 60-foot flagpole, and I F. & A. II. One extra gallon of your choice
resisted all attacks. with each gallon you buy ,
J Meets First and Thud Tuesday
In the extremely fertile Kikuyu I Mary Carter Paint Store

Reserve, the British agricultural Dean M. Peterson W. M.

experts have taught the people!i! JOHN A. CLEGCL_Secy.e. Ormond Also Westgate Beach at Shopping Coquina Outer Darn



.'. A comfortable for farm is
GOOD SEAT seat wagon pro-
, BODY Flagler Beach's Cosiest Bar FURNITURE
Tided by bolting sections of auto tire to underside of wide board.

Tire sections hold seat in place;-'fire a cushioning effect. ODELL HERSEY'S
"Come As You Are"
seldom exceed two or three men. Complete Collision Service Furniture ,
Uneasy PeaceEeturning Lurking in the Forest 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE HECKMAN'S BAR UP TO 507. DISCOUNTOn
Body & Fender Work Furniture and AppliancesNew

\ To They hide by day 'in the cold Painting.S. 1 Matching So..... OF. Free BUNNELL EstimatesU. AlA FLAGLER BEACH and Used

wet forests of Mount Kenya and Days ID _7.3372-Nate ID 7.3267 The Coolest Spot for the Coolest 1100 Floxnich A ve.-Holly Hill

Strife-Torn Kenya the Aberdare Range, trapping AUTO SERVICEMcDANIEL'S Draft BeerSANDPIPER -

,. small animals for food and BAR I FLOOR COVERING
With of the Mau Mau
the end
using the skins for clothing. At I
called the the Ocean Side of AlA 3 Miles
war-officially Emergency Service Station
night, they emerge to steal Tilecraft Company
North of Pier
the British Flagler ,
by -an uneasy
vegetables from European and I
._ peace has returned to Kenya. STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS I."Keep Cool at George &: Millie's" "LET US FLOOR YOU"

In this Texas-sized BritishCrown African farms. Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs PHONE HE 9.2156 I I Armstrong &: Kentile .
Colony on Africa's east of the 80,000 Mau Mau once BUILDING SUPPLIES Sold and InstalledAll
Bunnell ID 7-7119
'- coast ,live people of several I held in detention camps, fewer i Work Guaranteed

races. Some 60,000 Europeans than 5,000 are reported still behind :I Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION WICKLINE. Ormond Beach OR 7.3181

share the country with 185,000 barbed wire. Under the
Building Supplies SHOPGray's
Asians and Arabs, and 6,000,000 terms of a government rehabili GARDEN

Africans, the National Geographic tation program, former Mau Mau GULF TIRES & BATTERIES CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS Garden Center

Society says. have been persuaded to resume 'Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days STEEL
Headquarter Jor Gardenia Needs
Less than a hundred terroistsof constructive-lives on the Kikuyu State&:Lambert US 1-ID 7.7190 Flagler Beach HE 9-2254 Ceramics. Gifts. Dry Arrangement
the Kikuyu tribe remain at Reserve. Materials

large, and their energies are ap Colonial Service Station CLEANERS Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers
The main thing is to give
parently on simply stay-
Ing alive. They are unarmed these people a goal-something EARL E. RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-0511
to make them see that there'shope
and refuse to surrender. Manyare t MOTOR TUNE-UP CLEANING
for them to back on -
alone; the surviving groups GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES
their feet, said T. G. Askwith, Dally 8 to 5 -
Commissioner for Community Development Closed all day Thursday Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.
REFINANCE YOUR. DEBTS and Rehabilitation. I Atlantic StationJack Phone 'ID'5 7-3188 JOHN DEERE
Agricultural&Industrial Equipment
With o-Loag Term I 115 N. St.
Hall Bay -
. Heartily tired of bloodshed, Proprietor STEEL

FEDERAL LAND.BANK_ many former Mau Mau have GASOILSLUBRICATIONTlresBatterIe Bars &: Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled
CONCRETE PRODUCTS Black&Galvanized Pipe &: Fittings
,. braced Christianity, education, -Accessories LAWN MOWER REPAIRS
FARM LOAN and new farming .methods.I ROAD SERVICE
Your "Q" For ConcreteDial DEEM RD. Phone J*' 73143 ,
'. o R. W. BRYAN Near Embu 'they"have irrigateda BUNNELL Tel. ID 7-3552

Production Credit ADD.WedDesdayIO large stretch of dry plains for CL 38113DAYTONA '
J. L. Presswood
Garage Village Hardware Center
: G rice growing. This scheme will i
",, PALATKA FLORIDA draw many Kikuyu settlers i
.' from the overcrowded land in :I General Tires,Repairing Tubes A-Accessories Road Service Quillian's Concrete, Inc. Match and mix any color

the Reserve. 1 1I i Visit Our Grocery DepartmentFor Builder's Supplies Kitchenware:
I Frozen Foods and Staples
Much is being done to im ;
DragliningBulldozing HE 9-2139 FLAGLER BEACH AlA Ormond Beach
CL 2.0420
prove the lot of the African in
f Anderson Drug Store
Kenya, but the land problemthe Sullivan's Gulf Service PAINT STOREJERRY'S

root cause of the Mau Mau GULF .- Prescriptions ..

movement-still remains. More Sick Room Supplies


Land Clearing ed into the relatively small Re- I "Specializing. Beach Information,in Service and BUNNELL HANNA & VEL-VON PAINT
Clean Rest Rooms"In One Coat Plastic Finish '
l serve,' an area plateau
The Heart of Flagler Beach Stops Masonry
y Dampness
Grading country surrounded by waterless Moody's PharmacyFlagler Point Sundries
plains and bush.. There is no AUTO REPAIRS
County's Corner Store 29 W.
-Ormond Beach
p. A. EDMONSON place for the excess populationto
Phone IDlewood go. Shield's Service Station PRESCRIPTIONS ? Ph. OR 7.0761R.MOODY

I--- I A political issue was made of Chester McKenzie. Mechanic DRUGS-SUNDRIES .

.' the fact that 12,000 square miles COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS FOUNTAIN SERVICE
of highlands are'owned by European Right,'Now We'll Overhaul and Bunnell Fla. Phone ID 7.3661 PAINTING BY

,FOR Most of the Repair Your Power Mower I Contract=Hour-Big or Small
settlers. region No Job Too Big Or Too Small ,ORMOND PRESCRIPTION .
'" was ranch country: obtainedby 111 No. Bay St.. BunnellEDGAR'S PHARMACY ID 7.3240 Bunnell Florida
'..j'. : treaty from the pastoral ,GARAGE I Sick Room Supplies-Sundries I =========
Masai who moved elsewhere. I
DiRT CONTRACTS 24-Hour Prescription Service
.,. I But Kikuyu leaders told their 24-Hour Towing Service
Delivery in Flagler BeachRt.
CALL *., people that the settlers had COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS .
A1A 1 mi. North of DON'S RADIO.& TV
stolen their land. Automatic Transmission Service ORMOND BEACH-TeL OR 7-1661
Wheel Balancing-Front End ,.
: ',EMIL MISSINNE' Kikuyu Opposed Mau Mau Alignment. Sales and Service'"We

When Mau Mauwas, launched, :- Granada Ormond-OR 7-0893 I Iao I Thompson PharmacyYour Sell the Best

!/;.: Phone HE 9.2094 its basic aim was to drive the AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION I I Health. Is Wealth and Service the Rest"


4r ..:.: !1 the lost lands,restore the anci- HOLLY HILL Hwy. 1, Onnond, OR 7.1473

Repairing-RebuildingON 141 W. Granada-:..Ormond. 7-1421- REAL ESTATE -i: ,
1239 Ridgewood Holly Hill ,Margaret Givens

Y OR 7-1381 Blacks Flower ShopPhone ..
[ AMBULANCE : Reg. Real Estate Broker
BAR,A! PACKAGE STORE IDlewocd 7-3348 Notary PublicSpecializing.
ST. AUGUSTINE.FLORIDA Flowers For All OccasionsWe
.* HOTEL BAR Phone HEmloek 9-2035
accept orders for Delivery Ken Mar Motel--Flagler Beach
'?; hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
; Nm be "The. Meeting Place Anywhere in the U.S.A.

.., sly always,at your service.with promptness safety and of Flagler County" PUBLISHERS & PRINTERS ,
"}= and Yvonne Serring"MILLAND FUEL OILKING'S I

-' ,. ,. ...
- ..'''E4uippecrWith Oxygen R lulitator..aDd InhalatorGarciaL HOTEL BAR TRUCK STOPPHILLIPS The Flagler Tribune,
,66 GAS & OILS
Come. And Visit
Funeral Home Delivery In the County nFuel Publishers Printers
AL AND ELLIEAT __ ,- /..
Oil, Kerosene Tractor Fuel
:.- GARCIA Licensed 'Funeral Director *, THEIR NEW BAB Phone m 7-3282 .
.: P. E. : ,Gasoline TU. --
"You'll Meet Your Friends Here"FL1IG3.E8' '** -
LADT ASSISTANT=' .. ,_ .S. 1 N.' Bunnell ID :7-3676 I Bunnell;:Florida. < .
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Weaver-Lawton |I A. 'B. Anderson has returnedto First education of women in
his home here after a visit of the U.S. was'in the "Dames;

Marriage Is two, weeks in.;Tampa. School "'where"tliey were taught, .

AnnouncedOf to read and sew, but not always -,
interest to their friends is Mrs. Stella Zalewski has returned to write.

I the announcement of the mar- i to her home here after --
riage of Mrs. Barbara Weaver undergoing surgery at the -Halifax JC.. f'aY.J' .vtiwti

._ to Waymori F. Lawton on Au. II Hospital in Daytona Beach. fFRE "A"FRUlTS:

I gust 18, 1959.
t Bunnell Parent Flagler BeachParentreacher I The couple were married in I The New England states are JEWELERDIAMONDSWATcMEB I ;
Maine, New Ver
Teacher Meeting I a quiet ceremony in Kingland, Hampshire, .
. I Georgia. Following the ceremony mont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island REPAIRING
Afternoon Meets Tuesday: and Connecticut. .I .. . .
t Tuesday they left for a short honey- I ". .M.. "" ". .-:...-.--.J\/'N

I The Bunnell Parent-Teacher The Flagler Beach Parent-' moon in Washington, D. C., and I

will be in the New York City. J
! Association will hold their first Teacher meeting
J meeting of the school year on Cafetorium on Tuesday eveningat Mrs. Lawton was attired in a I "School Daze"
street dress fashioned SpecialFREE
Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 at 7:30,. Mrs. Jeanette Owens Navy blue silk -
with a fitted bodice and
the High School BuildIng Club said today. I
> President Barbara Cody.said." The purpose of the P-T A will full skirt. With this she wore $1 Refillable Ball Point Pen
white accessories
a. corsageof
I of the meeting anda
be the theme
:Mrs. Cody said the theme of carnatio"ns.Mr. .
I white
the Recreation
the meeting will be "Know YourTeacher" discussion on with purchase of
helit. and Mrs Lawton are residing -
will be ;
Center I
will be
I business meeting There after a which short Membership cards will be'i j at their home on North I II $150 Ink Pen with Extra Point .

ready and members are ask to I I Cherry Street. |
Principal Carl Hornsby will present II
teachers and the secure their cards early. I i
the parents I Mrs. Bobby.McCort: of Jackson. Moody's Pharmacy Moody's
and teachers""wIll be
given DEBRA LYNN COLLINSMr. ville underwent surgery' at the I Your Corner Drug Store Beach Center
I the opportunity get acquaint I Baptist Hospital in Jacksonville
I. ed with each other. Refreshments and Mrs. Henry of week. Phone ID 7.3661 HE 92263.Flagler
on Wednesday .last
will be served. the parents of a daughterborn I I Bunnell, Florida Beach, Florida
26, at the _
August Flagler
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knight
She & &
Clinic,and Hospital. weighed
Mrs. Flossie Richardson had as
six' and has have as, their houseguest
9 pounds ounces
her guest Saturday, Mrs. Frank
week Mrs. Knights sister, Mrs.
.Burrell. of Hastings_.r I been Lynn.given the name of Debra Gladys' Starkey ,of Tampa. STOMACH TROUBLE
., All forms of stomach disorders may be classed' under two
'r I Visiting here with Mrs. Flos great divisions.
GORDON WAYNE BUCKLESMr. Organic1<', characterized by certain pathological changes
I Frank Allen Reynolds, D.D.S. and Mrs. Gordon Bucklesare sie Richardson one 'day last wherein there is a structural change in the wall of the stomach. '
2. Neurotic in which the wall of the stomach la normal so far
Announces the parents of .a son born week was Mrs. Richard Arendale as structure is concerned but with Gastric Juice being formed
f .' of Scottsboro, Alabama. which is not normal in quality or quantity.
.- August, 29 in a St. Augustine Either classification means pain or distress to the victim some .
The Opening of HisS Hospital. He weighed eight times loss of time from work and in all cases loss of the abilityto
the pleasures of life each day.
fully enjoy
t Mr/ and Mrs. Carl of
J pounds two ounces and has been Bailey Chiropractic may be the answer to the Health Problem whichis
confronting Why not investigate the potentiality of
Jacksonville visited here Sun. you.
Practice given the name of Gordon Chiropractic today and learn what it has to offer to you towarda
Wayne. day afternoon with Mrs. A. A. healthier more active life.
,! of Walker.
i General Dentistryat Mrs. Flossie Richardson was at .
the L. O. Upson Home in Day Mrs. Helen Anderson of Jack. Chiropractor

:- tona Beach Sunday visiting with sonville visited here' Monday afternoon MONDAY. WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY-. 4:30 TO 9 P.M.
Mr. and Mrs. George..Biddle and I withMrs._ : Flossie Rich RICE DtJlLDIXG-DAY ST. AND MOODY 11OULEVAIIDTAKE

%. 111 State, Street Mr., and Mrs. Upson. I ardson. '
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Howard Taylor returned to his I' .
Office Hours y
by Appointment home here the week
during past y', ,0 -
I Phone, n>'7-3746 end after spending: a week in I. -. ..
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f' ":Ir" ''I" Gainesville attending the Coun- -; :- .r -. _
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Trim Your Calories MEERSCHAUM PIPE ,MATERIAL --= -
A half
cantoloupe gives only
This is the time of year we 35 calories. Citrus fruits,- apples ,Canyon National Park Pipes of the kind favored by THE, .OUTBOARDER '
encloses the home of the Hava
become calorie conscious. We peaches; eaten raw make Sherlock Holmes are made from Authorized Evlnrude Dealer
see ourselves in last year's bath.. excellent low calorie desserts. saupais, possibly the smallestand meerschaum a soft white mine BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS I'I
the most isolated
_ ing suit and decide somethingmust certainly ral, which dries and hardens Dockage Storage ,- Free Ramp ,
The little extras often add up Indian in the United
be done. when exposed to the sun. The WE FINANCE
too many'calories. For example, States. A few-square miles in 825
center of meerschaum mining Ballough Rd-Daytona
It's to trim calories ,
easy ,your you add 100 extra :calories with a side canyon support the tribeof In Eskisehir, Turkey. I
and your figure you can two tablespoons whipped cream, some 300 members.
choose delicious low calorie _. .
dishescrlsp'salads 10 large potato chips; two tablespoons _- y yr. ._ J
summer sugar 'or jam or Jelly, a
tasty fresh vegetables, and refreshing CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
fruits. bottle of soft mink or one The Bible Says:
Choose a cup of cooked green For a good figure you need **-,to OBEY is better them sacrifice H. CRAIG Funeral Director
beans a half. of
snap broccoli cup a food that contains all of the and to harkeD than the JOHN HARDIN. Associate
cooked carrots, cabbage
nutrients needed for good health. fat of rams." _(Sam 15:22b) ,
or greens for a low 25 calorie I AIR OXYGEN
-- Your meals should also be balanced LADY
count. Of course; if you add CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED>> )
for'calorie against Listen
butter or other fat for season I your ATTENDANT
activities. If your .food intakeis AMBULANCES
ing, you must count it at 100
highin caloric value, trim ,
calories per tablespoon. ming' calories will help trim WPDQ, 600 KG at 8:30 a.m. '" Phone ID 7-3532 I
Serve yourself salads made,of SUNDAY
lettuce, tomatoes, green peppers: your ,figure. 201.E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL.FLORIDA .

celery, radishes. Most salad In. ----, -,--- -- .....---. ..
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gredients are low in calories, but

go slow on the dressing. ,A
tablespoon of French dressinghas

calorie count ,of 60, while

the same amount of mayonnaise IJIMWALTERCOIW1 More! families have placed : -

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.; CLASSIFIEDADS! their home building faith .. : -

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1 Llatlap ud.. tbla -.-.... are ,. --:.
'S eeata per word eek luerttea'
OO cent U minimum ekarae I OLD than other shell t.
WANTED-part time help for THE any ; :

service station, Smitty's 66 Sta A; '

tion.' Highway AlA, Flagler home builder! _
Beach, Please furnish references .

when applying. 9-3-2tp TRUSH* -
FOR RENT-2 bedroom house

with bath on Daytona Avenue, -- ----- See and Hear The -Brothers

,,--, Flagler Beach. Former Robert _--S- J Stanley .

Bertha house $65.00 furnished. -

.- Call Bette McDaniel, ID 73206. \\t SHELL H O ME And Their Clinch Mountain Boys.
k-.,'- : -Sept 3-2tc ... I ___ I

-; FOR SALE-2 piece foam

I'_,_ corner ber sectional'table, $30.00.sofa and Call 1 rUb-I / Stars of Radio and Television

- 2175., 9.3.itc.j BUILDER

. FOR BENT-Furnished Oceanfront .
In Personr! ,
r apartment suitable for '-0, : '9.-.,; :- 'r"
couple, centrally located. Johns
' ton's HE 9.2242 or "
T Realty, phone

t ID 73691. 8-27-2tp FREE! Refreshments for All and Balloons. for the Children. -

t; :FOB SALE-Lot 21, Block 7, Fu. .. .
'' quay Subdivision. Located on .l

f.', Daytona Ave. at Flagler Beach. -, ....
!d" Write W. P. Peterson, 2517 San-
ford Ave., Sanford, Fla. Phone -_ : :\,! .. --
:' FAirfax 2-3970, Sanford. : -----T o p
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Bring your deed with you and be ready to "
WORK 'WANTED-My name is 1 ,- ;,
Bessie L. JacksOn: I would like choose your home..... 20 models to choose from..You :....Y:
. to have a Job working for 'some m ti '' ; pay NOTHING DOWN and all'financing. is handled :- -

nice person after, school and I, EJ IU on the spot. ,)
': Saturday. Phone ID 73710. 'n : I 4 -
8.27-1tp. ., ;
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FOR SALE-5 acres of ground SOUTHERN, BELLE :- ..
'- partly cleared and partly fenced, CASH PRICE-$2495JOO Onemile C5TALATKA
-;. 5 room house, deep well, 2 I2
c, miles from Bunnell;off Highway Three,large bedrooms living room dinNorth of Palatka on Jacksonville Highway located '1

100. .Call ID 73440.. 8203tpFOR fag room kitchen and bath. Perfect for. at the "Wye" next door to Palatka Tire Shop. .j 0 ,-' : ..
.. the larger ;
family -Jc
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, .' 3 room apartment $30 a month .i'

I,"' Capitol ,Motel, U.s. Highway 1, S 'Af'-
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.,- July 30USEPTIC -- --_ CUP AND MAIL TODAY -T T::: ..-,',...

TANK-cleaning reasonable _- Mail to the office nearest you i iS _
rates.George Jarosz, Phone '. ,
- ID 73410. 5.28-11 5 tc I I _- I i interested owning a Jim,Walter home and would Kite; .. -,; :

: FOR SALE-on water front lot I / more information. j '>>;. '.
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.. new 3-bedroom house on Lantana -- I I have a clear deed fo my lot ...0 J : .
Street in'Venice Park, two I Please send literahr.--.D ;jl" '"
full baths, large living room, PRICE 52295.00.; Please have a representative call on me. .. .. .. .. .. ....,..Q. .,:)j.'l :
,- dinette, kitchen with GE built "' -
Your choice of a third bedroom. den or Name 'r,
In equipment and wall refrigerator ...
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: Florida room with fireplace, S ideal home for the growing family. ;:,
2-car garage, central heat.Terms. 1 --:a;; !
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HE 92172. 4-23-tf .
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