The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
September 10, 1959
Publication Date:


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


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

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St. Johns tribune
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Palm Coast news
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County Board School Board

Receives Tax Roll To Build Two

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From Assessor I i !!New Classrooms

The Board of County commis.1 The school board, at its meet-

sioners received a tax I ing Tuesday, authorized the con-

the Tax Assessor amounting to I struction of two additional elementary

$9,159,192 at their meeting Monday classrooms at Bunnell

morning. The roll this-year; I High School, the work. to start

is about 10.2 per cent above last' immediately.The .
year's roll. JF. Q
'Of the total valuation, $1,360- new rooms will be built
li onto the end of the
i rrCongressman new Class
is homesteads
495 ; non-exempt, !
rooms completed last year. They
$3,883,360; personal property,
will be built of the same kind of
$3,155,883; and railroad and tel-
brick as those built last year,
egraph $759,854., I
two' land will have like equipment.
The Board heard protests I % '

on valuations, that of Frank D.' Although enrollment in the

Upchurch representing The Le schools is only slightly above

high Portland Cement Co., and! last year, new classrooms are

L. E. Wadsworth.The necessary because of crowded

Board took no action at conditions. The largest percentage -

this meeting but, voted to con of increase enrollment was

tinue the equalizing meeting at ,A. A. (Syd) Herlong and his Moble Office which will be in noted at Flagler Beach, and the

a special meeting of the Boardon Bunnell and Flagler Beach on Friday, October 2, for a visit with the peopleof board authorized employment of
Tuesday morning, September two additional teachers there.
15, at nine o'clock. the County.

.. The Board accepted the resignation The Flagler Beach school now

of Raymond Smith as Methodist has 127 pupils enrolled in gradesone

Director of Civil Defense for Flag-IR.leglstration School Trustee through six. The two additional .

ler County. They also voted to Church NewsRev. teachers will be used to

receive bids for gas used for form new classes out of split
Are' Election Is Set
Open title grades heretofore taught
heating the courthouse. W. L.' Spicer's sermon by one

for Sunday morning is "The teacher.

;c.' Syd HeriongTo During SeptemberThe Abode Rev. Spicer of The also Kingdom.said Dr." Lester For November 3

''L. Marx, a ;converted Jew,
Three trustees will be
Visit Here Registration' books are will preach, and,show a film'on elected November 3 this Bulldogs Play
t' on year. ,
and wlll remain ..
open opentJirough..Satu alcohol atthe eveningservice. at .
"' y D tober-3. Supervisor ;: "'be. bll =.::1S --
S- 'OdoberT" r: 7:30 p ( invited to voted" ; ,
years will be on also on Crescent}
" :Mrs. Gladys"* Deeh. said. hear this man with living testi the same ballott "CitySeptember
today. .
, Congressman A. S. (Syd) Her mony. Bring' your Bibles. Since there will be a state-
The books will close on Oc-
I long, with 'his Mobile Office,'I I tober 3rd and will remain closed. wide election "on November 3 to 18 I .

\ plans to be in Flagler County until after the special electionon adopt or reject the legislature's
. on Friday, October.2, on his an- 'I November 3, 1959.Mrs. Flagler plan] of reapportionment of sen- Coach Bill Humphrey said today .

nual tour of ,the Fifth Congresslonal Deen said those who wishto ators and representatives, the the Bunnell Bulldogs are
District, Staff Member school board got an agreement
register do so at her'office
may Near working hard and their spiritsare
Bill Gilliam of his WashingtonOffice from the board of county commissioners
,on the second floor at the very high in preparing for
said j to the election
today. use same
Courthouse. She also said those the first game of the season .
Congressman Herlong will officials. There will be, of
who are registered and who have Six Million at Crescent City on September,.
have his Mobile Office parkedon course separate ballots and sep.
I been married must come by and 18. He said they will be running
a downtown street in Flag The Town of Flagler Beach arate tallying of results.
make the name change and receive I out of the wing-T forma-
ler Beach from 10 to 11:30 in the has a new property valuation of School trustees now are John
their new identification tion this
: year and they are
morning' October 2 M. Canakaris Hoke S. Cobb and
and ,
I I cards in order to vote in the approximately $5,700,000 as against working real well as a team.
invites the public' to come by coming elections. the former valuation of Keith .Lovell. Trustees serve fora The team has lost several of
and visit with him., I : approximately $2,500,000. two year term and all terms
the varsity players this due
The Mobile Office will be The new valuations were set run out at the same time. year
to students
parked on a downtown street in Funeral HeldTuesday up by the professional appraisal one on medical moving- advice.away Among and
Bunnell from 12 to 1:30 in the
firm of Hunnicutt & Associ-
No those who
Clues Found in moved away were
afternoon when the public is invited ates, Inc. Tuesday and Wednesday
Burdette, Hazen, and
to come by and visit with For of last week property
Libby. On
Espanola ShootingMrs. medical advice was
the congressman. owners inspected the new value Mike Parker.

Mr. Gilliam said due to the ation figures and, it was stated, Nettie Palmer of Espanola The
roster for the according
r long session of Congress Mr. Mrs. Hattie. Beach few complaints were heard. was admitted to the local to
positions Ends
Herlong, is having to plan ''
a The town commission wills hospital about' 10:30 Sunday Carle
Reid Robertson Rex
shorter visit in the District this I I Mrs. Hattie W. .Beach, former n set an equalization meeting morning suffering from a gun Springer, and Richard Leggitt.,

year. and after ,adoption of the shot wound, Sheriff Homer Tackles
resident of Flagler Beach, diedat Robert Cook, Wilbur
tax roll make the town Brooks' reported.
Coral Gables Saturday following up Sheffield, Thomas Mirichew, Jesse
: budget for the next fiscal year Mrs. Palmer is a sister of Mrs.
City Tax RollEqualized along illness. I Overby, Mike Cook.
beginning October 1. Jack Braddock I
She is survived by two daugh and was visitingat
'Mrs. H. The new and old valuation the Braddock'home when the Guards-Charles Robson, ,Ronnie
At ters 'Robert Harris of
Tampa, Mrs. Robert White of. figures given above included shooting occurred. She was reported Canakaris, Eddie Pellicer'
homestead property which is ex to have been on the back and Richard Pope.
Coral Gables; one son, P. H. '
Meet TuesdayThe Beach of Jacksonville. "Also surviving empt up to the value of $5,000as porch of the :Braddock home Center-Mike McMillan, Walter .
'four provided in the Florida Con-. when she was shot. She whit
are grand. children Hosford.
Bunnell City Commission n and six great, grand children. stitution. It is estimated that in the back by what was

held' its equalization meeting oh Funeral services were held .at Flagler Beach will have a tax thought to beJl; 22 rifle shot. Quarterbacks-Buddy Taylor,

the i959 tax roll Tuesday eve the B._ 'Marion Reed Funeral able valuation of about five million The shot came from an unknown Jerry Burnsed.

ning at ,city .Hall with several Home in Tampa at ten o'clock out of the total of nearly source and was thought to be
property owners present askingfor Tuesday morning: Interment six million dollars. shot from a\distanCe. Fullbacks--Henry Wells, Jeffery -

corrections in the roll. The case is being investigatedby Seale.
followed in the Mrytle,Hill Cemetery '
-The '1959 total valuations on in Tampa. State and County..Occupational the sheriffs office but so far Halfbacks-Ronald Jaszczak,

,the ,roll is 2720693. The%valuations -I : they have found no clues. Jim Burnsed, Carey Holland,
on the' 1958 roll was. $2,- On Wednesday t>before the Quenton
837,778, the difference of $117085' ,- shooting, the Bunnell fire department
is the additional value added soaring Air Bridge Monument License Duet received a call to 'the Following is the schedule for

this year. in West, Berlin honors the Braddock home 'and upon arrival the football season.

The entire meeting was de men who flew the Berlin t Tax Collector J. Frank fiercer it proved'to be a false Crescent' City Sept. 18 There

voted' to considering corrections in 194849. To supply two mild said today the state and county alarm. On Tuesday it was re Dunnellon, Sept. 25 Home

asked by property owners, ,an lion people cut off by Soviet 1959.60 occupational licenses ported that some one had sent St. Joseph, Oct.. 2 Home

preparing the roll so that the blockade<<; a round.,the clock and also the 1959.60 beverage the Craig Funeral Home of Bun- Baldwin, Oct. 9. HomeD

1959.60 budget can be made up. aerial convoy delivered 2.325,000 licenses are due. They ''become nell to the Braddock home to & B, Oct. 16 There..

The 'commissioners set this I tons of supplies. The big planes delinquent on October 1, 1959.These pick up the body of Mrs. Brad-- Lyman, Oct. 23. Home

Friday evening as the,'time for descended three-minute\ inter licenses may be boughtat dock. Branford, Oct. 30 Home

making upthe budget-or': at I vals., Some crewmen dropped the office of the tax collectorin l L So far the' sheriffs office has I Pierson, .Nov. 7 > Home

least-making a start 'on the. candy to children as they came the court house, Mr Mercer. found no clues towhere the calls Hastings; Nov.:14: There

budget. I in.. added. came from. I(Newberry, Nov; 20 There


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4F F PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRffiUNE. BUNNELL. FLORIDA _',' Thursday Sept.. 10, 1959lf

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".d ," .' .- .. I Charles Northrip from Mims Mr. and Mrs. George Miles Largest member ot the deer
;?. .' TI .. was a visitor, here Friday and Moody, accompanied by Mr. and family is the Alaska moose,
; eac k'i I Tuesday'with 'Judson Stryker. I Mrs. Walter Morris of. Bunnell. which develops antlers,. six feet

/ ag er .. Charles is to return this weekto I attended a football game in across. _

Gainesville where he will be I Jacksonville Saturday..
. LUNA BABBITT I. a sophomore at. the Universityof --
, I from Eustis RCA
Telephone HEmlock 9.2098 I, Florida. Bardtizky VICTOR
spent the weekend at his home LIVING COLOR TV

Mrs. Clyde Crews returned to Miss Carolyn Preston left here. "LOOK FOR TUB PICTURE
,: House. for several days IN TUB WINDOW"
She guests --
here last Wednesday for Jacksonville.
her summer Southern Radio & Television
; week after spending ten days in is entering nurses training in St. last week with Rev. and Mrs. YOUR CLOSEST OUTLETFor 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001

New York City with ,her daughter. Luke's Hospital there. Her par. Reynold Hoover were Rev. and Quality Furniture ORMONU .
- I Mrs. Pres Mrs.E. Lester Stanton associate -We're of the
:' ents, Mr. and Joseph Out
ton, accompanied her there for pastor of the First Methodist Right Bent DlatriCHRIS'S "
the Church in West Palm Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Read of .
lode Rldgewood .Ave.' Holly Hill
t Gainesville! have been spending Faye Bass Barbara Babbitt, wi'
.. several weeks at their.home here Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stryker, Sr., and Judson Stryker motored to --------- -.-- Rub gER

! on Central Ave. and son Terry, were business Mims Sunday where they visited P s

, I visitors in New Smyrna Tuesday.Mr. with Charles Northrip. i The Bible Says: I 1pM

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gibson i I
and family from Jacksonville and Mrs. Thomas Greshamand Mrs. Leila Hudson from Louisville "-OBEY my voice and I will

spent Labor Day here with her son, Larry; returned to their Ga., stopped over here one be your God and ye shall be my

. father Myles Meeks, and her home here for the Labor Day day last week. She was on her people-that it' may be well

sister, Miss Jackie Meeks, also weekend.- They had been in way to Palatka 'to visit her unto you." (Jer. 7:23)Listen Prompt Service

: of Jacksonville. their Bimini home about ten daughter after visiting ,in Coral "

: I Ii days after spending the summer Gables with her sister, Mrs. PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US

i Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bertha I. here. i Hattie W. Beach.TV "HEROLD OF TRUTH"Over The Flagler TribunePhone
and family from Bimini returned I
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for the Carol
" to their beach home Leggett from Miami IDlewood 7.3282

', Labor Day weekend. stopped over one day last weekto I SUNDAY BunnelL Florida

. renew old acquaintances. He Bob -- -- .
R. V. Shade from Port Orange is a former resident of here.

f 1. was a business visitor here Fri I SERVICEall I INSURE-Stay Insured & Rest Assured

day. Mr. and Mrs. Shade have Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ryals and '
r; bought a new home in Venice family from Eustis were here makes

'_. Park and are planning to move during the 'weekend for a short GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROMH.
into it in about a month. visit. Sales, Tubes and

., Antenna Installation T. COOK AGENCY ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cummer from Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bell from I

Palatka, accompanied by herE Jacksonville were here duringthe PHONE HE 9-2204 Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida

mother, Mrs. George Preston weekend with her mother, I
' spent Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. George Miles Moody and __
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( Mrs. Joseph Preston. Mrs. 'Cum Mr. Moody. ..; i. ,.:...,;..; ..
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mer is Joe's aunt
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t George Preston is his grand. Friends of Gene Spivey are A.; :,x;:::

f' r mother.i glad to hear that he has returned ; r' ;;': ::
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i i- to his home after being; ill ?:F+,%i} .f:d ii:}{.;}
Visitors with Mrs. Gladine in Flagler Hospital in Bunnell :.:.:N:: .{i{

: Chafinch last week were Mr. and last week. ,
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; Mrs. Gene Hardy from Pompano ; !:
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Beach, acccompanied by Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smith from

Mack Hardy from Crescent City. Palatka spent the weekend in

.=, ,. their home here.: On Sunday

;,. Mr., and Mrs. Legrande Byrd f their visitors were his brother .',

from Seville spent Several days and sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. {'!d' +
-' here last week in the Byrd cot. Woodrow Smith from Hawthorne

[- tage. accompanied by their family.
;; Mr. and Mrs. Grover West and Mrs. Gladine. Chalfinch and

, family from Palatka spent the Mrs. Maggie Eatman were business

I"" weekend here in the L. E. Woods visitors in St. Augustine

place. I Friday.


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lAmtl,f under this heading are 2 cent per word each Insertion,
SO rents la minimum charge. -
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FOR RENT-bedroom furnished I
FOR SALE Lot 21, Block 7, Fu-
" house with garage. Call'HEmlock
Subdivision. Located on
! 9.2318 or see Zeke'I quay
.. Daytona Ave. at Flagler Beach.
;. Chaffee, Flagler''Beach.
Write W. P. Peterson, 2517 Sanford

& 9.10-tf Ave., Sanford, Fla. Phone Drive ;
Carefully .
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FOR RENT Furnished apart. FAirfax 2.3970, Sanford. ,0'.
; ment'just south of Post Office Aug. 27 to Sept. 17 Inc.4tp: j -". f.'>.

Flagler Beach. See Mrs. Bess, '
!. Wilcox or call HElock 92127. FOR RENT-6 room apartment; School's in 5'

|- 9.10-tf I 3 room apartment, $30 a month '. ,
... Capitol Motel, U.s. Highway 1, ;-: ; :,

;, FOR SALE -Approx. 1% acres Korona Phone ID 73649. t \H. ..i { ,

land, house unfinished II July 30tfSEPTIC tt.:...' Safe driving is everyone's job, all year long. But now2 that .._ .,.,-v":-j..,
with bath $4,000.00,1 mile from '
". town on old Haw Creek Road.I Ir TANK-cleaning reasonable v- :?: school's starting again, it's time ,to be even more'careful ,: -': ,
rates. George Jarosz Phone -
W. Dunson. 9.10.3tp :; f t:
I ID 73410. 5 28-11 5 tc i

FOR SALE-Boys Schwin bicycle .,' '.. Our youngsters.may carry some of that carefree sum. : t
FOR SALE- on water front lot ,
F like new $25.00 cash. O. B. .
X Green, 206 S. Stone St., phone new bedroom house on Lan. : .,{: mer back to school 'with them. They may forget to stop H:; : *
tana Street in Venice .Park, two > ? -
iw r ID 73585. 9-10-ltc_ full' baths, large living room, '. .' and look carefully before crossing streets and highways, '' -;t'.
i., FOR, RENT-Flagler Beach furnished dinette, kitchen with GE builtin ,: ,,, ' 1 x; e getting off their school buses, chasing after baseballs.'I' :..
: home. Big screen porch, equipment and wall refriger- ;'. >
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f5\- sea view, Central Ave., between ator, Florida room with fireplace, "t

;' 18th and 19th Streets.. Name'in 2-car garage; central heat.Terms. : All Southern Bell's drivers are going to work to makethis ;. 4

; yard Beecher. See on weekends Robert Banner, builder. Phone +: <. '
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I:':, or phone Gainesville FRanklin HE 92172.. 4-23-tf .,--.'t-.:.... the safest school year ever. They are going to driveas '; t
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s'y 9-10-ltp ,.
; ; if their lives-and someone else's-depend on,it.jr "

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of Christmas :
: Write AVON box 246 Lockhart. ;.:. Because they do. % ) .... .. ->
Fla.i Manages' win Interview : 1
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as far YGW.I'8CII'estate seeds } .
service station, ,Smitty's 66 Station. F" :
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you could, possibly 'get School Service. "We're delightedto adopted at-h- 1959 session of the IN THR CIRCUIT COURT OF
Children Ask I Legislature and the next appor- FLAGI.RR COUNTY FLORIDA
and send it tome, in less as get them-even when th<<:..yswamp' tionment of the Senate shall be at IN CHANCERY NO. 3826
the regular session in 1971. and the ANNA M JOHNSON.
I time I
as possible am no us.
I .
\ House of
Is It Cold In next apportionment of the Plaintiff .
!i help to my teachers because I "And the occasional chuckledoesn't Representatives' shall be at the vs.

Artica? I have no research information.I hurt us, either." the regular 1960 session Federal in Census 1961 based; and upon de-. GEORGE C JOHNSON.' Defendant._

Aunt I would appreciate it very muchif cenially thereafter the Legislatureshall NOTICE TO DEFEND
reapportion its represen- THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
Let's read some of the mail you'could send me anything Dinosaurs ranged 'from house tation in accordance herewith.' George C. Johnson'
Should it fail to do so. its duty
c/o Miss Ruth White
that pours ,into the' National about anything. cat size to monsters 90 feet long shall continue every session of 54 West Main Street

tons. whatever type until reapportionment Freehold. New Jersey
the world's
Geographic largest weighing
.I am very interested in has been effected. '. You are hereby notified that a
educational and scientific so- I staff in (d) Failure to reapportion at suit has been filed against you In
joining your capturingand NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS regular sersion and providing for the above entitled cause; and you
ciety: I photographing animals and NAME LAW extra-ordinary session to perform are hereby required to file your an-
Dear Sirs: Will you please TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:. reapportionment.-Should the legis- swer with the Clerk of this Court
I have had B lature fail to reapportion the representation -
archeology. a
Notice is hereby given that the and to serve a copy thereof upon
send me information on "How in undersigned pursuant to Chapter in the Legislature at the plantiff or plaintiffs attorney
of India u ve plus average every grade in %l>953, Laws of Florida. 1941. will any regular session as, required the whose name and address is: f
the People > school. I have never had police register with the Clerk of the Cir- Governor or the Legislature itself Ray Selden'
class would like to have it fora cuit Court in and for Flagler County shall call the legislature into extraordinary Selden Building
trouble at all. Florida upon receipt of proofof session to perform its J
class project 'we. ate starting publication of this notice the i duty within thirty days after ad- 800 Daytona Main Street Florida ,

next year. why are:weiles so ,I am in the sixth grade I fictitious Johnsons name Fish Camp to-wit under: whichwe be iournment.transacted No during other business such session shall not If later than October Beach 2. A. D. 1959. ,'

larg? I would like, to have and I would like to have a Na- are engaged at renting boats and the session shall not recess for confesso you fail will to be do entered so. decree against prow "-
and bait and tackle than seventy-two hours except -
selling at more
some material on Canada and tional Geographic Soceity. Flagler Beach on A1A. Florida that after a period of sixty bill ycu for of the relief demanded in the

Aunt Artica. Would you please'Send me one? and that the undersigned are the days from the .late the extraordi- said suit complaint.being for The divorce.nature of -i
only persons interested in said nary session is convened the Gov- .. WITNESS
Anything About Anything business. ernor may. by proclamation or the my hand and seal of
said Court this
The Society with 2,400,000 Dated at Bunnell. by concurrent day of August
Florida this Legislature may. A. D. 1959.Official .
Would yqu get all the infor- members around the world and 2nd day of September. 1959.M. resolution recess the Legislatureto i ( Seal)
L. JOHNSON future adjourn
..iit' a date or may i RALPH, E. HARBERT
Y ,- about 1,200 employees at its MARY V. JOHNSON the Legislature sine die. !I -
I I Clerk of said Circuit Court
10-17-24 & Oct. 1 of newly I
Sept. -4tp (e) Representation a Sept. 3-10-17-2L--4tc -
Washington offices, could hardly'I created countv.-A newly created i

; 'MR. !FARMER! mail itself to its young admirer. I PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL, county shall have one representative -II I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
AMENDMENT TO BE VOTED ON I in the House of Representatives FLAGLKR
I NOVEMBER 3. 1959 until the succeeding reapportionment -II I IN CHANCKUY COUNTY.NO. 3821I FLORIDA
But could-and didprovideI NOTICE OF ELECTION and until that timeit JAMES E. MARX.
'WHEREAS the Legislature of shall be part of such adjoining I I
SELLING I information on those large \ 1959 under the Constitution of 1885 senatorial district as the Legisla- Plaintiff .t

. I whales, and the life, if not the of the State of Florida did pass a I ture shall determine.IN I!HELEN C. vs.MARY
Joint Resolution proposing amend- TESTIMONY WHEREOFI j I
I loves, of the peoples of India I ment to the Constitution of the have hereunto set my hand Defendant. i
State of Florida and the same was i and affixed the Great Seal NOTICE TO UEl<'EXn J.
.T CATTLE i To such from I agreed to by a vote of three fourths I (Seal) of the State of Florida at I THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
ii answer questions of all the members elected to each Tallahassee the Capital this Helen C. :Marx .
I' inquiring young minds, the house; that the votes of said Joint I the 1st day of September. 1038 North Dupont Street
' Resolution was entered upon their I A. D.. 1959. Wilmington DelawareYou
:- orHOGS Geographic Society operates a respective Journals, with the yeas R. A. GRAY.Secretary are hereby notified that a
: special editorial division with and nays thereon, and they did determine I of State I suit has been filed against you in
and. .direct. that the said Sept 3-1o-2tc I the above entitled cause: and' you ...
s. I its own publication, the Geographic I Joint Resolution be submitted to I are hereby required to file your answer
I j the electors of the State at the Spe- IN THE COURT OF TilE COUNTY with the Clerk of this Court
School Bulletins.. cial Election on November 3, 1959. II JUDGE OF" FLAGLER COUNTY and to serve a copy thereof upon
NOW. THEREFORE. I. R. A. FLORIDAIN the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
I Although not as well knownas GRAY. Secretary of State of the RE: whose name and address is:

" the golden bordered parent State of Florida do hereby give no- Estate of James A. Baxley. Ray Selden
. tice that aSPECIAL Deceased Selden Building
,.J I Ic Is Is magazine, the Bulletins reach ELECTION NOTICE OF ENTRY OF ORDER 800 Main Street
' will be held in each County in Flor- OF ADMINISTRATION Daytona Beach Floridi
some 40,000 classrooms
s and ida on the first Tuesday after the UNNECESSARY not later than October 2 A. D. 1959.
homes in the United States and first Monday in November. A. D.. All persons having claims or demands If you fail to do so, decree pro
1959. the said Tuesday being the against the estate of JAMESA. confesso will be entered againstyou
I abroad. Its 30 weekly issues third day of November for the BAXLEY. the above-named decedent for the relief demanded in
I i ratification or rejection of the said are hereby notified that an the bill of complaint. The natureof
I cover geography, history, and I I Joint Resolution proposing Amend- order of administration unneces- said suit being for divorce.
nature-from weiles on down. ment to the Constitution of the sary has been entered by the Hon- WITNESS my hand and seal of
State of Florida viz: orable Duane A. Deen. county said Court this 27th day of August -
; The first fall issue will be dis-I I SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. judge; that the total value of said A. D. 1959.

tributed to teachers and 660 estate is $1500.00. that the name (Official Seal)
.' A JOINT RESOLUTION relating and address of the one to whom RALPH E. HARBERT 1
. subscribers on October 5. to apportionment; proposing an said estate has been assigned by Clerk of said Circuit Court
' amendment to Article VII. of the I such order Is, Sept. 3-10-17-24-4tc
'I Form War Interest I I Florida Constitution; providing for Catherine Baxley. RFD. Bunnell

r. The Bulletins, subsidized by forty-four senatorial districts; pro- Florida.CATHERINE NOIITII ORMOND DRAINAGE
viding plan for apportioning Houseof BAXLEY DISTRICT
the Society, are sold at less than Representatives; and providing Sept. 31017244tcIN NOTICE OF LAND OWNERS

i, I cost. The publication founded plan for filling vacancies created MEETING
was -
hereby; and declaring an emerg- THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTII Notice Is hereby given that a
I at the close of World War I, ency.WHEREAS JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND meeting of the Owners of Land Sit-
. It will pay you to sell your cattleor the Legislature of FOR FLAGLER COUNTY FLOR uated in the North Ormond Drain-
hogs at the Gafnesvihe Livestock t.when great Interest, geography, the State of Florida has determinedthat IDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 22ft4 age District in Volusia and Flagler

. ,Morket ,.I'..-whare-our,,.23 arose, from" thefc. nflict and the an emergency requiring an LILY O'DONNKLL, -a widow and Counties is hereby called to be
of experience in market ; early decision by the electors of VIOLET I. WEST. I held at the 'office of the District at '
years peace settlement,;)and, no sourceof the state does exist and Plaintiffs. I 420 Seabreeze Boulevard Daytona
management assures you top WHEREAS an amendment to the -vs- Beach. Florida same being in the
f to the minute
year-round' profits.CATTLE up informationwas constitution dealing with the sub- WILLIAM G. SORG and ANNA- County of Volusia on Wednesday
readily available. ject matter 'of reapportionmentshould BELLE. SORG. husband and wile, September 23. 1959. at 2 o'clockI
AUCTION be submitted to the votersof etc.. et al. M. for the purpose of electing
; Thousands of letters come in the State of Florida at the 'earl- Defendants. Supervisors and for any other busi-

EVERY MONDAY during the school from iest possible time. NOW THERE- NOTICE OF FOItECI'OfcUIin SALE ness that may come before the
s: _. Cattle commission 3% with maximum teachers and youngsters stumped It Resolved by the Legislatureof pursuant to Final Decree of Fore- such election each and every
; of $4.00 per head, excep' the State of Florida: closure dated February 26, 1959. acre of land in the District shall
t- bulls. This maximum will help with problems or assign- That the following amendment of and recorded in Chancery Order represent one share and each own- .
: you save on big cattle and fed ments. Most, of course, avoid Article VII of the Constitution of Book 22. page ]32. in the Circuit j" er shall be entitled to one vote In, .
the State of Florida relating to apportionment Court. Seventh Judicial Circuit. in person or by proxy in writing duly
r cattle. Bunch of 10 or more only the amusing errors quoted. Eachis in' the- Senate and and for Flagler County. Florida I signed for each acre of land ownedby
I 2%: bunch of 25 or more, only House of Representatives be and together with Amendment to said him in such District Guardiansmay
t.- l'/i'%, plus yardage fee of 50c answered. the same is hereby agreed to and Final Decree dated April 14th.. 1959, represent their Wards Execu-
i per head. Very few markets haves "The letters reflect the bright shall be submitted to the electorsof and Second Amendment to said tors and Administrators may rep-
these maximum and bunch the State of Florida for approvalor Final Decree dated July 30. 1959. resent the Estates of deceased per-
$OV- interest of American school chil- rejection at a special called wherein Lily O'Donnell a widow sons and Private Corporations may
ings. We work for volume and and Violet I. West are plaintiffs be
. election as provided by represented by their Officers or
. know that the more cattle we dren in the world around.them- XVII. Section 3 of the Florida Con- and William G. Sorg and Annabelle duly authorized Agents.It .

have, the more buyers will attend the world they will some day stitution. Sorg. husband and wife: A. S. Con- is ordered that this Notice be
;- our sales. That three-fourths (%) of all ley Jr., trading and doing businessas published once a week for two consecutive -
-have to manage," says Ralph members elected to each house of Caudill's Concrete; Harvey : weeks in the Daytona
;,. I the Legislature does determine that Vowell, doing business as M.I Beach Observer a newspaper pub-
HOG AUCTION Gray, chief'of the Geographic'sNO I I7mLT I an emergency requiring an early Oak Flooring: T. H. Mitchell lished in Volusia County Florida
EVERY TUESDAY decision: by the electors of the state D. B. Alexander doing business as and The Flagler Tribune a news-
;: I does exist with reference to this I Mitchell & Alexander: Willis W. paper published in Flagler County
II amendment to Article VII of the White; McCormick Lumber Company Florida. Date of first publication
I I Constitution. a Florida Corporation and August 27, 1959.
EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 1959 MONEY DOWN Section 1. Sections 1. 2. 3 andI Midland Distributors. Inc., a Flor- By order of .
of Article VII are hereby repealedand ida Corporation are defendants; BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.
HOG COMMISSION. in lieu thereof the following Florida Loan Co.. Inc., a Florida V. Guy Day Secretary. .
Corporation; Florida Bank and I 1 Aug. 27 & Sept. 3-0-3tc
- ONLY 1 % ON YOUR LOT I I sections are ARTICLE hereby VII adopted: Trust Co. of Daytona Beach. Florida -

ANYWHERE IN FLA. a Florida Corporation are defendants -
Section 1.. Hepreentatlon-Appor- TilE CIRCUIT COURT IN AN))
on number 1 begs plus lOe tionment : I. as Special Master will IIN FOIl "'LA"H." 1t CO:NTY. FLOIl...
head fee! SHELL sell to the highest and best bid- IDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 3814
Senate-The state shall be
per j I (a)
apportioned into. forty-four (44) der for cash at the Front Door of CITIZENS BANK OF BUN-
districts .designated by the Flagler County Courthouse in I I NELL etc.
This 1 % commission figures only INSIDE number senatorial in consecutive order. Such the City of Bunnell. Flagler County Plaintiff.
Florida at 11:00 o'clock A.M.on .
:; I5c to 20c per hundred pounds. SEMI"FINISHED"a apportionment shall provide fair- VS"
the 5th day of October A.
1:"'. You cannot guess within 15 tc 95% -FINISHED" ness and equity among districts 1959 the following described ROBERT Q. ELFSTROM and

V 20c what they will bring at auc FRAME OR BLOCK based upon population geographicarea erty as set forth in said final, D.I I wife. VIVIAN H. ELFSTROM.

tion. This is the cheapest selling LOCK & KEY JOBS and economic- affinity: pro- cree, to-wit: -NOTICE Defendants.
it commission of any market we vided:' Lots 1 and 2 of Block 39. BY PUIILICATION
(1) There shall be only' one senator IN
t"', know of. All other hogs, 3% plus Visit Model' for each district; Moody Flagler Subdivision.Beach. Flagler situated County in MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE

r' lOc per head yardage fee. l I. Home 1 (2) No district shall be composedof Florida according to Plat thereof SUIT TO FORECLOSE MORTGAGE

more than three (3) counties.. recorded in Plat Book 1. page STATE OF FLORIDA
..; .. Coming}Sgpn! (3) Counties forming a district 26 of the Public Records of TO: ROBERT. Q. ELFSTROMand
Twelfth Annual.Feeder Crumpton Builders shall not be separated by territoryof Flagler County. Florida. wife. VIVIAN H. ELFSTROM
t. another district and must be I WITNESS hand and seal at 87 Harrison St.
Calf. Soles IIIWAY 17 SOUTHEAST contiguous. Bunnell Flagler County. Florida Staten Island 4. New York
-= ,SEPT. 18-ANGUS PALATKA (4) No county shall be divided. this 6th day of August A. D. 1959. Vivian You. Robert Q. Elfstrom and wlt .
ArraM in. creating a district. I (Court Seal) RALPH E. HARBERT H. Elfstrom. are hereby no-
Sponsored by the Florida Aberdeen from Fair Grounds"PIDGEE" tified
k. (5) Vacancies that are created by As Special Master. that a Bill of Complaint to
c. Angus Association.Mr. KA PADGETT the reapportionment providing for Aug. 20-27 & Sept. 3-10-4tc foreclose a certain mortgage on the
A. R. Zetrouer. Micanopy 8-1181 forty-four (44) senatorial districtsof following described property to-
b' \ Fla.. Chairman. the Senate shall be filled by the IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH wit. ,
' SEAT 25-HEREFORD electors in the general election in JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Lot 7 of Block 3 of SUNRISE
). November. 1960. Upon election new AND FOR FLAC.LKII CO L""ST\. BEACH being a subdivisionof
AND HEREFORD CROSS senators shall be elected in the new FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. Came North Flagler Beach. Flag- -
Sponsored by the Florida Hew- districts for the following terms: No. 3825 ler County Florida accord
- ford Association. District 39 for four (4) years RUBY JEAN PHILLIPS. ing to the plat of Sunrise
Mr. John R. Culbreoth. Brook- J1Jt Jrtaglrr elribiinr District 40 for two (2) years. Plaintiffvs Beach on file In the office of
District 41 for four (4) years. the Clerk of the Circuit Court
ville, Fla., -Chairman. District 42 for two (2) years. ALTON O. for Flagler County. Florida _
... BIIIiNELL FLORIDA District 43"for four (4) years. PHILLIPS.Defendant.. In Plat Book 1 at page 20.
t; FOR ENTRY BLANKS' I District 44 for two (2) years. NOTICE TO APPEAR has been filed against you and you
CONTACT OUR OFFICE Thereafter, all Senators shall be THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: are hereby required to serve a- copy
OR THE SALT CHAIRMAN MRS.. M. .B. FULLER Editor I elected for a four year term. ALTON 0: PHILLIPS the your Bill of Answer Complaint or on Pleadings the plaintiffs to
(b) House of RepresentativesThe Residence Unknown
[: Your calves will hove to be con- representation in the House of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat attorney 1L T. Cook Citizens ..

signed to sell in'either .of these Del...... Oflelal> PvbUeattoa Representatives shall be apportioned a suit for divorce has been Bank and file Building the original Bunnell Answer Florida
as follows: filed against in the'above en-
for PvMIe N.tke..t FladerOuty. Five (5) representatives to and titled cauee and you are hereby required Pleading the in the office of the Clerkof
sales.Gainesville for the most populous county four Plaintiffs Attorney Circuit Court on or before
; to -
serve upon the 21st
MMlelpalltlea acre day of ,
September. 1959. .
FV. (4) representatives to and for each whose'name and address If
and tie ,State .f .......... of the two (2) next more populous pppear hereon: your ,written defense default you fail will-to be do taken so. judgment against by
counties: three (3) representativesto If any to the Bill of Com- for.the you
t and for each of the six (6) next plaint In said suit on or before of Complaint.relief demanded in the, Bill

: Livestock 'Battered a.' .*eea. etaM matte moro. populous counties; two (2) the 5th day of October. A. D. 1959: This notice shall be published
J representatives to and for each of else Decree Pro Confesso will be once each week for four
reknuur ,.isiS,at the p.stitiet the fourteen (14) next more popu- entered against you. weeks in The Flakier consecutive Tribune.-

{;: Market Inc.V. n....... ..<. lous counties: and one (1) repre- WITNESS my band and seal of DONE AND ORDERED at Bun-
at JtmrnmtO act sentative to and for'each of state-the remaining said "Court, this 26th day of Au-: nell. Florida this 18th day of Au-
Much, lOTfc counties of the at Rust A. D. US9. gust. 1959.
: "Florid.. OUMt-**! .* the time of such apportionment. (Seal) RALPH E. HARBERT RALPH E. HARBERT .
V V," oa. .ff V... ....,.... Fi' ,- (c) First-The apportionment first apportion--reapportionment W._ -L.' Wadiworth As Clerk of said Court- Clerk Majrler of County the Circuit, Florida Court

N.itlV On* year:-ILM ment of each legislative house shall P. O. Box (Circuit ,
Fel. 3 wile of Geiasa... It, Court Seal)
-,.I. 441 ) -- .gds III Qatbe _lLU I Ir be in accordance with statute designating BunnelL Florida H. T. Cook .
t. : the senatorial districts and' Attorney, for PlaintiffSept. Attorney for Plaintiff
.,'', the representation n in the house J-lO-17..Z4-4tc Aug. 20-27 & Sept. 3-10-4tc

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bow and arrow Indians who I In many Middle East lands, natural frangrances--of flowers Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune
Cosmetic Dealers
:,i paint their shaved eyesbrows,':women still follow the 'ancient ,and spices gathered from the $2.50 A Year -Advance.

Find New Markets faces, and bodies with a red i i custom of staining their hands j ends of the earth. The Biblical I

: liquid made from the coating of i with dye from the henna shrub,i frankincense myrrh carried

the uruchu 'seed. They use red I I and darkening their eyelashes by Wise Men as. precious giftsto

In Guinea Jungles because they believe evil spirits I and shadowing their eyes with I Bethlehem-still stand on per- : ::::

- In the universal ,arts of beau- cannot see anything so colored; ,I I kohl, or powdered antimony. I fume makers shelves along with i.I"'
from the latest scents from I Real
ty, today's jungle matron is becoming giving them immunity In fact, both the homemade synthetic :

as discriminating as a harmful spells. I I cosmetics and the highly refined|the laboratory. I .

Fifth Avenue shopper. The Wai-Wai-especially the I I and glamorous products turned}! -- -', .J"........-_..-.....J"...".............. .'IIf.....
. out by modern chemical facto-: A BUNNELL -..-,
the men- re inveterate primpers.
So at least reports mana-
ries often from! FREE PAINTOne
of an Australian cosmetics They start the day with an elab are compounded f i G LODGE No. 200

-ger firm who recently returned from orate toilet, combing and an- aromatic gums, oils, and fats ,i F. & A. M. extra gallon of your choice
in for thousands of I with
use years. each gallon you buy
a visit to customers in, the New,nointing, their long black hair i iI |'Meets First .and Thud Tuesday
Guinea wilderness. '[with, palm oil before binding Today's expensive lotions, I Mary Carter Paint Store
I I lit into tight pigtails. I creams and lipsticks contain [Dean M. Peterson W. M.
i I
i JOHN A. CLEGG Secy. Ormond Beach at Coquina Barn
'Many South Seas tribesmen- mineral and vegetable oils and '
r I No less interested in appearance Also \\ .tgllte Shopping Center
_he said, now: prefer chemical i are the Choco Indians of -

dyes and,synthetic perfumes for i the remote highlands of Pana-

ceremonial decorations and I ma. They wear a short, straightbob !

ing"sing-sing"traditional war paint.clay-ochre Abandon-and!! splash, well their brushed bodies and with oiled nature's, and AREA BUSINESS

pig fat preparations, they call ,I I red and black pigments extracted I I
sweet-scented brilliantine,
for from fruits and seeds. I AUTO BODY Flagler Beach's Cosiest Bar FURNITURE
hydrogen peroxide, and talcum Anything Handy Goes :,

powders. In out of the way spots ODELLHERSEY'S BEERS WINES REED'SDiscount
Some even have special colors a-j PAINT & BODY SHOP
round the globe, almost "Come As You Are"
made up, as Western women order : Complete Collision Service FurnitureUP
thing handy is likely to turn
I lin beautifying ritual. serving
Body & Fender Work
Guinea I Furniture and
blends. One New cus- ,AppliancesNew
I cosmetics. !Painting. Matching Free Estimates AlA FLAGLER BEACH
tomer gave the traveling sales- I I U.S. 1 So. OK BUXNELl ?nd Used

man a local red flower to take I.Pacific,Solomon bleach Islanders their of hair the South and !I I Days ID 7.3372-Nite ID 7.3267 The Coolest Spot for the Coolest 1100 Flomich Ave.-Holly Hill

home and's sing-sing!eyebrows.white with convenient AUTO: SERVICE Draft BeerSANDPIPER BAR I BC VEmNG'---

paint. coral-lime paste. Tribes peoplein I McDANIEL'S
Paints Still Used
Cosmetics dealers in the Pa- I the Transkei Territory of the I I Service Station On the Ocean Side of AlA 3 Miles Tilecraft Compan--
Union of South Africa daub North of Flagler Pier

cific's highly specialized jungle I themselves with the abundant STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS "Keep Cool at George & Millie's" I I "LET US FLOOR YOU"

trade already complain of grow. yellow and red ochre: pigments TIres-Batteries-MInor Repairs PHONE HE 9-2156 I Armstrong & Kentile
competition. But.the'indus.- I
ing found in the soil. Villagers in Sold and InstalledAll
is Before it lies a Bunnell ID 7-7119 BUILDING SUPPLIES
try young.
India brush their teeth with Work Guaranteed
world of untapped backland
markets.A twigs dipped in toothpowders' of Biddle Gulf Service WICKLINE Ormond Beach OR 7-3181

ground almond shells, cloves,
survey of National Geo- GASOILLUBRICATIONGULF Building Supplies GARDEN SHOP
black pepper, charcoal, and
graphic Magazine articles discloses bone. TIRES & BATTERIESOpen CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS
number of little- Gray's Garden Center
A popular beauty treatment 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days STEEL
traveled regions where primitive Headquarter Gardening. Need
still mix and practiced by women in India's : State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Flagler Beach HE 9-2254 Ceramics, Gifts Dry Arrangement
peoples pound
Himalayan region of Ladakh .is
roll theIr own makeup from na Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers
to rub their cheeks with the Colonial Service Station CLEANERS
ture's bounty., I TORO LAWN MOWERS
juice of a small berry similarto
In the upriver wilds of Sou!hAmerica's EARl. E. RICE ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-0511
a gooseberry. coveringnot ORMOND
British Guiana, for"instance only serves as an anti-sun MOTOR TUNE-UP CLEANING .....

. ,' exploring archeologists burn cream, but allegedly tightens GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES SERVICE. HARDWARE
found the Wai wai-a tribe of -
Open Daily 8 to 5
the skin and smooths out u.s. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL
I Closed all day Thursday Bunnell Farmers Supply Co. ,
wrinkles. For added_ effect, a
REFINANCE YOUR DEBTS I Hall's Atlantic Station Phone ID 7-3188 JOHN DEERE
pattern in the fruit's tiny seeds Agricultural&Industrial Equipment
With a Long Term is traced on the cheeks. : Jack Hall, Proprietor 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell STEEL .

I GASOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccessories Bars & Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled
-I S CONCRETE PRODUCTS Black&Galvanized Pipe & Fittings
Your "Q" For ConcreteDial DEEN RD. Phone T- 73143
_._ R. W. BRYAN 1 WORDS -.or Just Being Human I II I BUNNELL Tel. ID 7-3652

I Production Credit l san. tI Bno kdtrsaa THOUGHTSTHAT'S J. L. Presswood Garage CL 3-8113 Village Hardware Center

l- WHY I PONTSrAY I General Tire.,Repairing-Road Tube & Accessories Service Quillian's Concrete, Inc. Match, and 'mix any color

( FOR OFFICE B4RT/ES-/ tHE Visit Our Grocery DepartmentFor Builder's Supplies Kitchenware
: DragliningBulldozing 7 0F THEMSELVES HE 9-2139 FLAGLER BEACH AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420

Anderson Drug Store
Sullivan's Gulf Service PAINT STOREJERRY'S
f: GULF -- Prescriptions ..
Sick Room Supplies

:. 'Land, Clearing "Specializing Beach Information In Service and BUNNELL HANNA & VEL-VON PAINT
Clean Rest Rooms"In One Coat Plastic Finish
' -,. ,Grading The Heart of Flagler Beach Stops Masonry Dampness
Moody's PharmacyFlagler
AUTO REPAIRS Point Sundries
:. P. A. EDMONSON County's Corner Drug'Store 29 W. Granada-Ormond BeachPh.

Shield's Service Station PBESCmPTJONSDRUGSSUNDRIES OR 7.0761

'. Phone IDlewood 7-3376 .. l&.IT LET PAGE IT"II Chester McKenzie Mechanic


OVER EVERBoDyEX Right Now We'll Overhaul and BunnelL Fla. Phone ID 7.3661 PAINTING BYContractHourBlg .
ErrMEI Your MowerNo
Repair Power
FOR I or Small
111 No. Bay St. Bunnell ,ID 7-3240 Bunnell, Florida
DIRT,CONTRACTS -24-Hour Towing Service 24>Rour ,Prescription Service
Free Delivery in Flagler Beach
CALL Rt. AlA 1 mL North of DON'S.RADIO. & TV
Automatic Transmission Service ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR .
Wheel Balancing-Front, End 1-1661. Zenith Sales and Service

-- ,EMIL MISSINNE Z4O Granada Alignment Onnoad-OR 7-O883 I Thompson Pharmacy "We Sell the Best

Phone. HE 9-2094 1 AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION Your Health Is Wealth and Service the Rest"

Hwv. 1, Ormond OR 7.1473
SERVICE In Our Hands

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1239 Rldgewood Holly'Hill Margaret Givens-
OK: 7-1381 Blacks Flower Shop
;. AMIJULANCE Reg. Real Estate Broker
BAR AND PACKAGE STORE"FLAGLER Phone IDlewocJ, 7-3348 Notary PublicSpecializing '
PHONE VAIIey 4-1625
; -' SERVICE BEACH P.O. Box 3 Bunnell,' Fla. In
: ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA BAR Flowers For All Occasions
HOTEL Phone HEmlock 9-2035
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accept orders Delivery Ken Mar Motel-Flagler Beach
....".. ', Near b ',hesitant, about ,calling a Garcia' Amtrnlmico.. ., Wo "The Meeting Place Anywhere, in the U.S.A.

." are always. .at your service with prompteess. safety and of Flagler County""Jim PUBLISHERS & PRINTERS '

'..,..... and Yvonne Serving FUEL on.KING'S. .

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: Come, And Visit PHILLIPS_ 66 GAS & 'OILS
;: Dome Publishers _- Printers
Garcia Funeral AL AND ELLIE Delivery in the County on
Fuel Oil Tractor Fuel
'Director AT THEIR a NEW BAS Phone ID 7.3282 ,
P.: E. ,GARCIA, Licensed Funeral ", GasoUne" ?
t 'You'll Meet'Your, Friends Here"
LADY ASBBTAMT U.S. .N. Bunaell' ID 7-3676 I I L- Bunnell, Florida7. _

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COMMISSIONERSThose ,The WSCS of the First Methodist spent the holiday weekend In.

from Flagler County Church met Wednesday. Marathon, Florida, enjoying
who were in Miami during the morning at nine o'clock for their sightseeing and deep sea fishing.

LOCALS weekend atttending the party Coffee and the program and -.. ..-. .. .-..- ._--... ,
weekend attending the party program "
given for county commissionersand session a short social hour r"FRED A. "FR
their families were Mr. and was enjoyed. .
Patricia Sanders, I MRS. STARKEY I Mrs. Alfred Tucker and children, .. !: JEWELER iiS""I"I
Don Nobles Are I HONORED AT A t: Robbie, Elbert and Dorhoty, :Mr. and Mrs. George Spurlingof DIAMONDS-
THURSDAYMrs. I Atlanta, Georgia, are spending -
I Miss Melba Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. :: REPAIRING
Wed Sunday Walter' Knight entertained I Jack Clegg, and'' George Wick- several days at their new N..J'-.J'.... .,....._...tli..J'NJ
Of interest to their friends"is with a luncheon' Thursdayat lake front home at Lake Diston.

the announcement of the mar- her home, Haw 'Creek.' The line.The party was given honoringEarl They had as their, guest duringthe

riage of Mrs. Patricia Sanders party was honoring her sister, Byrd of Elkton who is weekend her sister, Miss Frank Allen Reynolds, D.D.S.
of Bunnell and Mr. Don Noblesof Mrs. Gladys Starkey of Tampa, chairman of the State Associa- Hazel Deweese of Atlanta, Ga., .
Jacksonville on Sunday, Sep who was her house guest last tion of County Commissioners.In AnnouncesThe
tember 6, 1959. week. I addition) to the dinner party Mrs. G. E. Allen Sr., and Mrs. of His
The couple were married ina I I I Invited guests were Mrs. Lady the group were also guests at Lady Allen left Tuesday ,for a Opening
quiet ceremony in Kingsland, Allen, Mrs. Jennie Black Mrs.I the football game there. trip through the' rockie moun-
Geogria Sunday in the presenceof Murtice Moody, Mrs. Patsy Dur- I / tains and the mid west. They Practiceof

Mr. and Mrs. Cain; of Jack- rance, and Mrs. ,Eula Fuller of! Jack Hall, accompanied by expect to be gone about three
sonville. Bunnell; Mrs. Luna Babbitt of! Mrs. Jean Phillips and three weeks.
The bride is the daughter of Flagler Beach; Mrs. Ellie Shaw, children, spent the'holiday week- General Dentistry
, Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Lane of Bun- of Palatka; Mrs. Marie Kaneof end in Marathon 'and Key Weston
\ nell. Jacksonville.Mr. I a sight seeing tour and deepsea CARD OF THANKS 'at

i fishing trip. Many thanks for the cards,
111 State Street
DONNA KAY FRANTZMr. and Mrs. Clyde Lewis, I visits and flowers: from my relatives -
and Mrs. Harvey E. Frantz Judy and David Lewis were in I Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Revels and and friends. Also for the Bunnell, Florida
I of 1167 Hampton, Daytona Beach, I Daytona Beach during the past 1 I family spent Labor Day in Cocoa efficient service from Dr. Ca- Office Hours by Appointment :
are the parents of a daughterborn j weekend attending'the Barbers the guests of Dr. and Mrs. nakaris and his Staff during

at the Ormond Beach Hos : convention. which met,there. L. J. Sutton.Mr. I my stay in the hospital. Phone ID 7.3746
JI pital September 5. She weighed j I
7 pounds 12% ounces And has I Mrs. Lotta Wadsworth of Haw and Mrs. H. T. Cook were Carlton Johnston .
, been given the name of Donna thorne the past week in Jacksonville during the'past I. nnnmmm :;A,
Kay. with her son and daughter in weekend attending the Legis- :
She is the grand daughter of law, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wads- lative Caucus and Conference.

J Mrs. Florence Maryes of Bunnell worth. NOTICE.

t and the great grand" daughterof j I I I Lamar Mercer ,of Orlando was I '
Joseph Rhodes of Bunnell. Carlton Johnston has returned
visiting here Monday with his
after receiving med- DIXIANA RESTAURANTWill
I to.his home parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mer-
l' Mrs. George Geibert and son, ical treatment for several weeksin cer.
.. Holland, of Jacksonville spent the Flagler. Clinic and Hos
the past weekend here visiting pital. Visiting here during the past Close On Sundays
t with, her mother, Mrs. Maude weekend with Mrs. Gladys Deen \
,. Holland, and other members of Mr. and Mrs. M. 'B. McDaniel. was her son in law and daughter September and October ;
her family. A. M. McDaniel and Butch Mc- I _
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hoffman '
Daniel were in Jacksonville.... Saturday I and little son of Jacksonville. f fI i
\ Mrs. Horace Locke and son attending the football I
David of Tampa visited here game there..
f F Saturday and Sunday with Mr. I : .
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FLORIDA Thursday, Sept 10; 1959
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I you wondered who may about' have reports read in and the i Social Security How Well Do You'Know Your America?

that I had changed
press my
I For Some Parents ,.. .
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vote to- present, the story was ; ::: _
,not accurate.. I voted to sustain I II I I V: 5V5 I
the veto-but I. had recorded alive I I There are still many aged

pair' on this vote with two !'I parents in Flagler County who

I I other Congressmen. 'On a vote I are eligible for social security
" Ito override aveto it takes two I I I benefits but who have failed to
f apply for them," stated M. D.
votes to override to equal one I I
to sustain. Under the rules of Eadie, manager of the Daytona

the House, in order to keep the I, Beach District Office of the So-

agreement, I therefore had to i cial Security Administration."We .

withdraw my vote, and vote.pres. I are' interested in assisting
ent. It's a little complicated these people in filing their I
S. (CSyd claims," he said.
A. Herlong
but-every :member of the House
:t Congressman rlfth flistrl" understands it even. though'the Sadie pointed out, that recent

, reporter who wrote the story changes in the law make it pos

In the last days of the first didn't. I sible for dependent parents to

session of the 86th Congress the Voting against ,a qualify even if the deceased
I I most exciting and closest vote "pork.barrel"l I worker left a widow or child sur
bill isn't an'easy ti- :
of the 'year camel up when- the It seems that everyone wants i I viving. Parents whose claims s. ; ;

President's veto of the Public economy but says cut the other i I were turned down because of

:- Works Appropriation bill was I fellow-not me. One member I I I this limitation may now reapply
'.. I an dbeoome entitled to" I
. of vote. monthly
upheld one
I read into the Record a telegram .
- The Public Works Appropria. he received from his Chamber j I payments. Near Las Vegas, Nevada Hoover (Boulder) Dam the highest
tion bill, is the so-called pork. of Commerce, asking him to To be eligible, parents must, I structure of Us kind'in the world, backs up the turbulentColorado

i barrel bill. It is the one where I please vote for economy and up- I II as a rule, file proof of depend- River to form Lake Mead, the largest man-made lake In the world,

.-.'.. the. Congress appropriates the hold the President's ,veto-but ency within two years of the I between Arizona and Nevada. The concrete engineering miracle
: for building government. 1.. worker's death. However, par has been viewed by more than 21,000,000 visitors since its completion -
money for. him to remember that the: I
.... projects all over the 'country. ents whose claims were denied I in 1936 and Is only 30 miles from the resort center of Las Vegas.
;;' appropriation for a project in I because a wife or child survived It forms a bridge, for U. S. Highways 93 and 466, two of the main
:Many times projects are put into their
district'was in the"bUI and I cross-country highways.
I the deceased worker have until .
this bill "You scratch --- -
on a my for him to be sure that that appropriation 1'I -- .- ----
: back and I'll scratch yours" bas wasn't cut. That'sthe September 1960 to establish their Snakes Usually( deposit their j j THE OUTBOARDER
sis.! Obviously, with these tactics it is. dependency.This I I
. way can a Congressman eggs in piles'of' rotting leaves I Authorized Evlnrude Dealer
... change in the law may I
: the dollar amount of such
out that kind of I
carry qualify dependents of workers or wood, where the heat of decay BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS
:', an appropriation skyrockets. ?
a request
who died as early as January will aid the sun's warmth Dockage Storage Free Ramp
,:: This year's was the biggest In The labor reform bill that has I I I WE FINANCE i
t. Tiistory-a whopping $1.2.billion. passed is a good bill. It is a 1940. A parent who has established during incubation. I'1825 Ballough Rd-paytona

.. The President objected to'the much stronger bill than dependency may draw --
: fact that there were 67 new projects people believed would have many ever benefits at retirement age62for r.
; started in this bill that had passed after the last election. women age 65( for men.
'., The Daytona Beach Social Security CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
not been included in the budget. The fact that ,it did. pass wasa
,i,. This year's cost outlay on these tribute to you, the people back office urges these depend.
: ent parents to conact their of. A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
67 projects in the bill was onlya home.If .
fice at 126 Bay St. or see a representative V )
relatively small $50 million JOHN HARDIN. AssocLata'
you ever had any doubtsas at the court house in I j -
r but the overall cost of the new
to whether letters from home Bunnell. AIR OXYGEN
projects was over $800 million. I LADY
on legislation do any good as I CONDITIONED EQUIPPED
:-. If the President's veto had not far I
:. as influencing a Congressman ATTENDANT
.. been upheld it would have More decorations for valor i CHAPEL AMBULANCES
is concerned
V you can' forget I
f meant that we would be'starting have been awarded, per-man, to
them. It was the appeal to I
r out to spend nearly a bil- Congress from, people like you- the submarine service than. any I Phone ID 7-3532

. lion,dollars. without it ever be. j I I all over the'country- that made other Navy branch. 201 E. MOODY BLVD BUNNELL. FLORIDA
Ing in the budget. That didn't j
I j I the passage of this much needed
sound like fiscal responsibilityor
bill possible.
> :economy in government to I
i i.. one.: So I voted to uphold the V CLEARANCEDEALS

: "President's veto. I have been Alaska's 20320-foot 11 ount Me- .
(: preaching fiscal, responsibility 'Kinley for overshadows 14,495-

tf' 0 .' and economy in government, and I foot Mount V/hitney{ which H
f:. I thought this was a good opt [1 t ranked as the loftiest in the NA '
:' portunity to practice what I had 1 United States until Alaska's ad V '

t been preaching. For those of mission. the V .:
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