The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
September 17, 1959
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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note:
Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).

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Palm Coast news
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1- ,Equalization Meeting Tuesday To Organize City Commission's Tentative Budget

Auxiliary To v

4 -, ,' Results In Dissatisfaction V. F. W. Post Shows, Tax Reduction Of One-tlurd '

(By M. B. Fuiler)
The Board of County cOmmis- Legion Auxiliary i Mrs. Clarice. Yarbrough of Or- II I
I The city commission's 1959
2, sioners sitting as board of equalization lando, District President of the ''4-H Club Names tentative budget shows a tax
: Tuesday! heard arguments Will Honor Girls"'And I V.F.W., Auxiliary, will preside I reduction of approximately one-.
at a meeting on Thursday evening
from three sides on un- third, with only $121,366 addi-
equalities, of valuations. Boys' Staters I for the purpose of organizing Officer SlateAt aional assessed property value.
an Auxiliary to Post 5213
There were'several men rep- Girls' and Boys* State representatives ,1 The levy for 11958-1959 fiscal

resenting pulpwogd lands,, pas I will be honored here.The meeting will be held at 8 their regular meeting year was 9 mills--7 for general
ture Jands'and an attorney for at of the 10 the operations and'2 mills for bonded .
I guests a joint meeting o'clock at the Bunnell Community Thursday, September ,
Cement Co. all I
Lehigh Portland American Legion and the AmeriI Center and all prospective Flagler 4-H Club nominated indebetedness. For 1959.60
L voicing dissatisfaction with the I fiscal it will be 6 mills for
can Legion Auxiliary Monday members boys and girls for president for year
I are urged to attend,
'of their lands.D. .
,assessors valuing will the general operations and one mill
evening. The meeting members of the' committee said coming year. Those nomi
D. Moody, tax;, assessor, I the Bunnell Community Cen- 1 nated were Mary Susan Bran- for bonds. The assessed valua-

boosted'the valuation of socalled ,t today. nam, Judy Lewis, Patty Neisen, tion last year was $2,720,693.For .
"wild lands" (which he said ter.Those who attended ,the Girls'State Nancy Brannam, Faye Bass, Mike this year it is $2,842,059. The

f includes all timber, pasture and session in Tallahassee were'''jBusinessmens McMillan, Jerry Burnsed and difference being $121,366. .

:'{ cutover lands) from ,$4 per acreto JoAnn Morris and Judy Lewis.j; Johnny Simpson.At Most of the reduction in taxes

$6 per acre. This brought I Boys' State representatives were I Association the next meeting, September came about through accumulation -
the greatest amount of discus- David Shields and Robert Cook. i 24, a 4-H girls' president anda of surplusses in various

sion. Lehigh argued that 'their They will give talks on the 4-H boys's president will be funds. These will be used up
taxes are not on an ,equal basis state sessions during the meet- I Hears Reports elected from this slate. All oth- on the present tentative budget.

with the other classes of property ing Monday evening.The er officers are to be elected also The general fund had a surplusof
and asked for a__ reduction.In public is invited to attend The Bunnell Business Men's at this meeting but the nominations about $7,000. The water fund

the end, the board voted the meeting Monday eveningand I I Association met Monday nightto for president are made had about $12,000. It should be
t" to keep the "wild lands" at $6 those club members who further perfect its organization prior to the election "so that pointed out that much of the

an acre and to let the, valuation sponsored the second boy and j i I with a fair 'number of po- careful and thoughtful ballots I i surplus in the general funds was

figures of the assessor stand. girl to the sessions are urged to tential members present. may be cast at the election." I I due to the fact that certain

However, there was virtually an I attend, and hear the, interesting I I Although some may feel that The Flagler County 4-H Live- street paving was not done be-
agreement among landowners accounts of the sessions, it was I IUs' progress is''' too slow:, it is stock Show was scheduled for cause of weather conditions.

present that there should be a I stated. pointed out that what is being Saturday, October 3. About 23 General operating budet last

better comparision of values among I done for the purpose, of avoiding of the older dairy heifers will year was $71,631.38. This year

,, the various properties in regrets, afterward. At the meeting be exhibited. A sale is plannedin I it is $69,747.93. For interest and

I, question. Nobody appeared satisfied Mrs., Collings those, present were furnisheda mid-October at which time sinking fund (bonds) last year
; with the valuation of their copy of the proposed by-laws those who desire will sell the was $5.888, for' this year it is

( properties. Dies FollowingA which are to be voted on at a animals which the 4-H'ers have $5,720. The reason the figure for

j It seems to me that sooner meeting in the Civic Center I raised. Potential buyers will be bonds is less this year is be-

t ". or later a better system of valuation Illness Building"Thursday evening, September I notified and the cattle will be cause a, transfer of $2,388.30 is

'S+:yes? ,_ ,._wHl' 'Jiav toJze.jpadA I" Long ,24, at':8:. o'clock. available for inspection during tentatively proposed to be made
think the Board of County Commlslonesrs Mrs. Myrtle Collings, widow 'The board bf/dlreclors Report the '(yet ta be selected)' day and from.the'water 'fund to the-bond
would be justifiedin ed that they had contacted cred- sealed bids
I of the late E. E. Collings, died for the group jof cat- fund.
providing the assessor with j I it bureaus ,in four nearby cities, tle will be received. Detailed
t Friday afternoon in the local! All of the above figures are
; the necessary personnel within '' secured information as, to how plans for the sale will be .
I(! hospital after an illness of several ? i I announced subject to change in the permanent
L, .. the next year to provide more months. I'I a bureau is, instituted and oper- later. budget, but it is anticipated -
and exact data on all property. ated. One in process of forma-
Mrs. Collings was a native of that any change will be
Then, the board would be further tion as a subsidiary of the business
Indiana and came to Flagler I I Best To Pay Tax slight and would not affect the
justified to association be' .
employ to
i' some recognized county in 1948 from Maryland.. mens operated i overall budget.
; "expert" in the field of I ," ,here.President .
She had made her home herewith On Domestic
property values to take the as-: Leo 'Baker read, the i Help
1| her son in law and daughter
,'J. sessor's data and place a value names of several committees, I The Daytona Beach Social Se-
Mr. and Mrs. E. Walt Wil-
on the properties. I I son of, North AlA. She was a among which', were Christmas curity office in Daytona Beach Will Organize

t Over the years these argu I member of the Hollandsburg I project, entertainment, publicity reported today that many house-

; ments have* persisted* among I Baptist Church of Rockville, Ind., and Industry. Prelimenary work wives in this area are not re Council For:
owners of various along these lines, has been done
properties. I porting household help for so-
and was 84 years of age.
,. hope it has not' come to the I, Survivors include two daugh I and it is expected that partial cial security purposes."As Flagler Center I
t point of not believeing in the' reports will be made at the little as $4.00 per week in
'I ters, Mrs Virginia Wilson, North A meeting will be held at
fairness of any local person's AlA, and Mrs. Naomi Isserwoodof meeting September 24. earnings totals more than $50.00a I the
Recreational Centeron
estimates valuation.. If 'we The 30 to 40 businessmen and quarter and, should be report.
I Arlington, Virginia;, three :
Monday, September 21st 8:00
cannot'agree women who have ed
ourselves evidenced to the
: among an Director of Internal
sons, Clyde Collings, North AlA
; I
P. M. for
the of
a:5: to what fair interest in the Revenue purpose organ-
as is. and association
equitable, Kenneth Collings of Anderson, apparently Manager M. D. Eadie
1; .. then it is'time for some disinterested I are aware that Bunnell said. izing the Recreational Council,
4 .. Ind., and Archie D. Collings of Lyman Gage said today.
3'f. person or persons to set Danville, Indiana. I has a very definite need for an Eadie explained that reporting
the ,values. Also 14 organization to work for the advancement Is easier than many housewives This Council will set the pol
surviving are grand*
: I know that few, if any, of children, 16 great-grandchildren, I and'upbulldlng of think. Upon 4 request Internal icy and govern the activities of

'" us like to pay taxes of any and 'several 'neices and nephews I Bunnell that it not,, now within Revenue Service mails a report the Center and all organizations
kind. But we are ,willing to pay Funeral services were .held at i the activities of any other organization each quarter as'a reminder. The or groups in the County who
our share if it can be shown that ll:30o'clock Tuesday morning I here. report has the form of an en- wish to participate are invitedto

F; we are asked.;.to pay only our from the Hollandsburg Baptist I At least whatever will be done velope. The ,.housewife enters send a representative,to serve

.f, fair share. That is the problem I Church and interment followedat ': will be action ot coordination the worker's, .name, social security \ on this council, Mr. Gage added.

> to be solved and it won't be the Mount Morlah Cemetery and cooperation among most of number and total earn-

:' solved with an annual wrangler there. the business people here, and ings. She puts,a check or money

r-. to who is being assessed and Craig Funeral'Home of ,Bun for the benefit of,the whole pop- order In the.ipocket to cover thetax I Methodist

taxed unfairly. nell was in charge of local ar ulation.! and mails the sealed
Personally I would like to see rangements. velope to the: address en-I ChurohNews,
c all property assessed as scientifically printed -on It.

Royal Ambassadors Dr. Lester L. Marx, a Jew con-
: as possible at, say, 80 -.The tax rate is 2% per cent for I
4-H Club Plans verted to the Christian Faith, ,
per cent of today's market value. Club employee and* 2% per cent for
to Register will be at the First Methodist
The danger inherent in : employer.No '
: high Church of Bunnell at the 11 o'-
County ,
valuation is a taxing body that detailed bookkeeping is required '
clock :
Monday Afternoon worship service to 'present
f, would not be"reasonable in,levy the fact that a household -
3 "The Jewish Passover in Lightof
ing millage.' I 'd n't believe we ,Show October Registration! be held next worker .is':reported by an- the Lord's Supper".
;. have that board ,now or that other employer: makes no differ-
we 4-H members' at the' First
dub made
plans Monday Baptist Rev. W. L. Spicer Jr;, said the
; will in the future: for the' County Stock "Show for Church for all boys wishing to ence. in reporting responsibility. service will depict the Jewish

Ii My .reasoning in the matte, i October 3, at, their meeting on join the Royal Ambassadors. The credit Proper reporting establishes Rites and. ceremonies as brougtit .
may be all wet because I am ,Thursday afternoon, Reporter time of registration will be 3:30. for retirement, survivors out ,In the Ancient Sanctuary

;. no expert in the field. And be .Johnny Simpson said. The'Coun- The Royal Ambassadors are opento and disability'insurance.WOMEN Services in the time of ,Moses

':,-" cause not many -in this county ty Stock Show will be held on all boys between the ages 9 through the time of Christ. He
are experts in the field let's getthe the courthouse grounds. to 17. The organization is a WITH FREEDOM has presented this program in

benefit of, somebody' who is. Johnny said;the'club members Christian boys club offering Few societies ,give more freedom full Rabbinical attire to more

,.,' In the meantime,.the columns also made,plans to get the heifers mission study, outdoor activities and respect to women.than than 500,00 people throughoutthe
,' of The Tribune are open to any ready for the show and also such as camping, and Bible the Tuareg, nomadic Berbers of United States

;,.. ,on the subjects." If you them.,, A full schedule of activities is contrast to many of their, Arab the evening service at 7:30 a
f; write letters sign your name, Plans were also made for a being planned.This will include sisters, ,Tuareg women regard film on Lung Cancer. The pub-,
r-<<; but we will not print the name 4-H.Club party-on September 26' attending' the State 'RoYal. Am-I themselves as men's equals, lie is,invited to'attend.

f" if you request:"it We cannot! at ,the Bunnell Community: Cen bassador's encampment. All boys i marry at willpspeak ,In council; ;The Choir held thir first re-

:::. print letters* unless they'' are. --- ter.which_will be: .attended byclub interested are ,urged to register J land'-even .serve as heads otenJcampments. hersal. on Wednesday afternoonat

.-;<", ,signed. members, and their gu eatsthis coming Monday, 1 5:30.

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I'f I's tI' f It was decided to buy some'I PTA ANNOUNCEMENTThe Rev. and Mrs. Reynold} Hoover

: 'r/Jeajk cleaning equipment for the club, preteen dances at the recreational have returned'to their home here
: /: make ,a donation to ""Care" and center on Friday evening after visiting in Waynesyille,
to put an advertisement in, the are for ages five through N. C., with Mr.. and Mrs. T. G.
Bunnell High School Annual. 12.,'" The admission is 25 cents Massie for several days:'
:; LUNA BABBITT Mrs. Hoover pinned past presi and any child under five accom-
r Telephone HEmlock 9.2098 dent's pins on Mrs. Mary Hart, pained by their parents is free. (Continued on Page 5) '

Mrs. Louella Fleurie and Mrs. The parents are attend --r
Flossie Haines. A collection was

r Major ,Albert Baker died Fri. j The Flagler Beach PTA started "Mile of Pennies" which will A' movie entitled "Seventeen"is For Quality Furniture,
day) at noon in a Jacksonville a new fiscal year with their first be ,added to the building ac to be shown at 'the recreatonal "We're Out of the
hospital. He was born in Seville meeting September 8. Mrs: Ber- count. center on Thursday evening, Hight Rent District"

and lived in Flagler Beach with nie Wilson presided ,and calledon Mrs. Alice Charon gave, a September 17'by the .First Baptist I CHRIS'S FURNITURE
.' his parents from 1920 until 1925. Mrs. May Shill to open with reading, 'The Railroad Crossing." Church of Flagler Beach. 1660 Rldgewood'.Ave. Holly Hill ,
He is survived ,by two,brothers, a devotional. This was followed The hostesses served dainty refreshments The public is invited. "I'I
'. .. George of Odessa, Texas and,I by the flag salute. at-the conclusion.
accompanied '
( ...' Frank of DeLand; 'one sister, Mrs. Betty Johnson, secretary, I The next meeting is the first by his sons in law I. E. Waters
Mrs. Winifred Robinson, of Jack. of the last fall
read the minutes social meeting scheduled for from Winter Garden and
sonville. meeting and also a report on an I Wednesday at 2 P. M., September John Hutson from Daytona TV BobSERVICE

executive meeting last week. I 23. Mrs. Vernon Haines, program Beach,spent Monday at the Robinson
DOWLINGDOMPEThe The new budget which was 'I chairman, announced that home.Spending '
wedding of Miss Marjorie made up by Mrs. Sara Martel it would be a tMPay Your Dues

, Thayer Dowling of Daytona and Mrs. Helen Sindelar was I Day" with some time devoted to Monday of last week all makes ,1
Beach to Mr. John Wilson Dompeof read by Mrs. Martel. It was approved the club by-laws. She has the here were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph

Crescent City is of interest to and accepted. I fifth districtf director from the Burnsed, Sr., of. Pierson. They Sales, Tubes and ,
. their friends here. It was an Mrs. Wilson introduced ,,Dean State Department of Public Welfare were accompanied by Mr. and Antenna Installation
event of Saturday evening in the I Holland, county school superintendent -I Miss Estelle Long, engagedas Mrs. Ralph Burnsed, Jr: and I
First 'Presbyterian Church of and Raymon Tucker, speaker for the meeting. Miss their children, Forrest, Sheryl, PHONE HE 9-2204
, Daytona Beach. John,is a form. school board member and askedW. Long is to tell of the needs of and Clair. .
a er lifeguard here. E. Fennell Jn:, principal, to Flagler county and how the club -
,, present his faculty, which he may help. Mrs. Haines urges l
:': CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS did.Mr. all members to attend.' Hostessis INSURE-Sfay Insured & Rest Assured
Methodist Church services are Holland spoke briefly and Miss Bessie Thiel and she will I
, to be held at the Flagler Wom presented a large electric fan be assisted by Mrs. Hoover, Mrs.
an's Club next Sunday morning that had been donated, by the Marie Brede and Mrs. Jasper!, GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROMH.

. at 9:30 and is to be followed by school board for the cafetorium.He White. I I
Sunday school at 10:30. Rev. said that it had been decidedan
Reynold Hoover, pastor, said "If extra teacher was necessary Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ellerbusch .
, '
you don't attend elsewhere, we for the fourth grade and one from Daytona Beach were visitors "
invite you to our services." I would be hired. I here Friday' afternoon. Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida

Mrs. Jean Arnold, membership -
chairman asked K+v
that members

Frank Allen Reynolds, D.D.S. secure their membership cardsas 1T
soon as possible. There will v
Announces be yearbooks this year and each
, I member will receive one with
The Opening of His
their 'membership card. Mrs.
.1f..1 Louella Fleurie, publication.
Practiceof chairman, spoke of the PTA
( magazine and asked the memo }a
. ., bers to contact her in order to
{6' General Dentistry subscribe to this publication.It .

f ., H..: ,. was decided to ,have the'annual .

;.f "f r at jt .. HalloweenCarnival on Sat.
k t-. urday evening, October 31. Mrs.
111 State'StreetBunnell
Wilson asked the room mothers

f,,; Florida and the halloween carnival committee -
to meet at her house
:: Office Hours ,by Appointment
. Tuesday morning.
> Phone ID 73746MISS They had previously receivedan
i '. offer to sponsor the pre-teen 1 -I

I dances at the recreational center
'. each Friday evening. It was de.
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Marge Ross volunteered to be :
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any volunteers to act on her

aMISS committee may ,contact her. .
:':." ; Lyman Gage was presented by I E / I
Mrs. Wilson to speak on the recreational ; ,7 4y
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center and future plans
? for it. He gave an interesting
account of how .the MethodistMen ;

of which he is president,
decided to, organize the recrea t .
'. tional committee.
f" Then call her Long Punch
and cake was servedat
:: Distance.this minute. It's
the conclusion' 'by the hos
," ,so easy, and costs so little.
pitality committee of which Mrs.
Save by calling station-to- I
I: Nita Gomes is chairman. Room

: station. count was won by the first grade. r:2: ; J 1


Thirty-four members of the

= Flagler Woman's Club, were pres- I Hello, Operator. ; ; '
ent for the first fall '
,' business .. )
meeting. Mrs. Reynold Hoover ,; <
If Faster fo presided and Mrs. Olive Kolhaaswas t> Give Me the MoonWishing '
t,: Call by Number welcomed back as a former : ,:. r
member returning: Hostesseswere '< ,,:"' .. .,

.'';' .,". ,Mrs. Esther Mrs. Flossie Heydt. Haines and ., ,. ':f.'':. for the moon, and getting it, too, may not be !..:t_. }

fir Jrtaglrr SrtbimrBUHITBIX. A welfare report was given by .:: "10>1 it.'i'" ',"'.""s so_ far away as you. think.' Already. transistors. invented by '7-.'t'' .' .

Mrs. Sam Novick chairman of t.! telephone scientists beep vital information from satellites' .--: ;.}
FLORIDAMRS. the welfare, committee, on' having d ":,,,,,, .., "-. .
helped some needy families ;. i .. orbiting. in space. Today,.millions;; enjoy the convenience of Direct. d .
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M. B. FULLER- Editor with the Junior' Woman's Club :"tI ",;.:.. DistanceDialing, phones .that answer and record-while ,._ :;:" _
De.lsaated, Oflielal PB.......a They contributing voted to$40 buy to 50 the new project.chairs ; 'd=* you're out, and other telephone conveniences once ,.;: '.<:,

for "Ule N.tiee..t Flatter for the club' building.. Mrs. Amy ._;. ;" : .".,, undreamed of. J; '. f,
CutTf Muldpolitiea there!* Threadgill Mrs. Ann
Batten and .
and the State .* "..d.\ Mrs. Florence Norcross 'were :4) '.<. Tomorrow the moon? Well you can dream. Research sees. :- :

named to the committee for that. ,:, r .. 'even, greater telephone'.wonders ahead. ''' ''
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,.1959 ,,. T8E. t FLAGLER.-TRIB UNE,;'SUNN ELL;, fl.RIDA.'r. PAGE>THREBSalaries .

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:: ,, .. ; TIlE COlRT'OF" THE COUNTY
.t.. FLORIDA ,
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RE '
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: : Estate of James; A. Baxley,
Residents r: J ::-, Deceased .* ..._ .,'"* , ,
l1a\ff r .'.., UNNECESSARYAll .'
Rose persons having claims or de-
r mands against the estate of JAMESA.
BAXLEY. the above-named decedent -
Working.people in: Florida received are hereby notified that an '
order of administration unnecessary
a'total of $5,088,000.000, in has been entered 'by' the Hon-

wages and salaries last:year, up f judge orable; that Duane the total A. Deen.value of county said

more. than 3 per cent over the estate is $1500.00. that the name
and address of the CIUt' to ,whom
previous year, said estate has been. assigned by
such order is. "
Catherine Baxley. RFD. Bunnell.
This gainin Florida
wage Florida... .. t,
stood well,ahead ofall other CATHERINE BAXLEY.,

large.. states. Only; ,the' two Sept 3-10-17-24-4tc". '

,. small states of New Mexico and NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS

Arizona .h d'higher, r te'of ::>.TO WHOM NAME IT MAY LAW'CONCERN: .

gain. The national increase Notice is hl"reby'given that the
'undersigned, pursuant to Chapter1
was less than 1 per cent,. the 20953. Laws of Florida ,
register with the Clerk of the Circuit :-
Florida State. Chamber pf Commerce Court in and for Flagler County -
, Florida upon receipt of proof
reports. '. ot"publication of this notice, the.
Florida's 8 cent gain 'is 4 fictitious name to-wit:
per under whichwe
I Johnsons Fish! Camp
significant in view'of.. the recession are engaged at renting boats
and selling bait and tackle at
and unfavorable weather Flagler Beach on AlA Florida.and .
last but it is that the undersigned are the
during year, a only persona said
ti slowdown from the rapid gainsof business. :
1 Dated a*' Bunnell. Florida, this,
recent years. 12nd t day of September. 1959.

Salaries'a d. wages paid by M.MARY, L.* JOHNSON V. JOHNSON t .

all manfacturing plants in the Sept. 10-17-24 & Oct. 1-*tp ,
Dr. Lester L. Marx who will present the Jewish
state came to $666 million last IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH
of the Lord's Supper at First Methodist Church JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
year, 10 per cent more than in FOR FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDAIN

1957., Throughout the nation at 11 o'clock. EQUITY NO. 3838
17 states had larger manufacturing --.'- r-=- PlaIntiff

payrolls In' 1958 than in cent. Transportation companiesof to $36 million, the same as in The ;I ROBERT V8 LEE DAVIS...

1957 and Florida ranked second I all types paid $300 million, 1957. I state. also i NOTICE TO APPEAR Defendant., ,AND -

among them tin rate of gain. up slightly .pver the previousyear. from ANSWER'IN ,"

The state's biggest payroll is Government at all levels had social I FLORIDA.THE NAME TO'ROBERT OF THE STATE OF

in wholesale and retail trade a payroll of $1,144 million, 11 LEE DAVIS

with last' year's 'total amount Payrolls of financial institutions per cent more than in 1957. Of each c suit You,has are been hereby brought notified against that you a

ing to $1,157 million 9 ,. insurance and real estate this amount, federal civilian in the Circuit Court of Flagler
up County. In Equity by MARLENE A.
per cent. Wages. and salariesof together amounted to $294 million employees- received $253 million The 'DAVIS, Plaintiff, and you are here- .

a 13 per cent increase. Communications ( 8 cent) by required to personally or.
service trades: including up per ; military personnel by attorney with the clerk of said

places of amusement, .came to and public utilities received '$367 million (up veys' 'show Court your written defenses,!if any,
to the.Complaint in said suit on
$700 million, a gain of ,7. percents had a ,$141 million payroll, up 2 per cent) and state, and: local state's. or before the 19th day of October,
A... D., 1959. and also to serve a..,
one per ,cent. Farmers paid $98 government employees were paid ter.
copy of your written defenses up-
Contract construction 'payrolls I million to employees, a 5 per $524 million (a gain of .20 per on Messrs. Osslnsky & Krol. Solicitors -
IN THE for Plaintiff at their office
totaled $525 million up ,8 per cent drop. Mining payrolls came cent), FLAGLER at 411 Main Street. Daytona"
IN Beach. Florida: on or before the
JAMES E. 19th day of October A. D. 1959as
I required by the Florida Equity

L.-- .... : ,HELEN C. Pro Rules Confeefco and herein and fail Final not Decree or Decree will
} : t be entered Against you by default.
. '. ., You further notified that. the
. J
; ; .t" ; ".,.- .' .
'. ,.t't THE name of the Court in which said
.i .. ., .
.._ Helen suit has been instituted is the CIr-
10" 1038 cuit Court. Seventh Judicial Circuitof
rad- .
a. Florida. In Equity, and that the
.. (.. You are title of said cause is as hereinabove
.F : suit has set forth.
BELONGS the above You are further notified that the
, are hereby nature of said suit is 'a suit for
swer with f"y divorce.
in and to WITNESS my hand and seal of
J every the plaintiff office at Bunnell. Flagler County,
I whose name Florida this 16th day of September, ..
\L[ .. Ray A. D. 1959
, .. room Selden RALPH E. HARBERT. :
800 As Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
. Flagler County, Florida
o# not later (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
A. '. ... .. :
1 "",,. : "' I I confesso If you fail Solicitors OSSINSKY for& KROL Plaintiff 1
to I I you for the 411 Main Street

the ,bIll of Daytona Beach Florida ,
,.\. ,. I of WITNESS said suit Sept. 17-24 & Oct. 1-8-4tc

r ". said Court IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF *
, ,: ::2 .' gust A. D. FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA
: (Official Seal IN CHANCERY 'NO. 38:8 ;
Clerk Plaintiff,
;'. '
) Sept. -
, Defendant. .
will receive George C Johnson ,
k day of clo Miss Ruth White '.
hour of 9.00 54 West Main Street }
rt office of the Freehold. New Jersey ,

'-', Court House In for the sultohas rbeen rtiled notified against you that in I\

All liquid the above entitled cause; and you 1
K' used in are hereby required to file your ani
. period of aver with the Clerk of this Court. 1
date of and to
serve a copy thereof upon 5
bid. the plan tiff or plaintiff's .
Bids to be ; whose. name and address Is: ....1*.
lonage Ray Selden

Having a radio when it is'wanted when it is wanted provides enchanting der Court to Selden 800 Main Building Street "'

j" nections I Daytona Beach. Florida
diversion, eases workaday tasks, and keeps'you constantly in-the-know. The Board not later than October 2. A. D. 1959. .
reject any I If you fall to do so. decree pro '
DATED at confesso will be entered against .
You're of all 15th day of for the relief demanded In the .
,<.: master the musical hits, comedy, drama, sports and news on bill. of complaint. The nature of
d suit being for divorce.

i\ I the.air-the center- of a whole world of interest at the turn of a dial ATTEST RALPH Clerk:E. said. D.IT.NESlumy 1959. this 27th hand day and of August r'

Sept. 17-24 & I (Official Seal)
# ..In the. kitchen, laundry, children's room, patio, bedroom, all through the A
'- I IN THE I Clerk of said Circuit
:', ,house it's'fun.. to have a smart-looking radio as'your pleasant companion, r I i FLAGLER CHANCERY S-10-17-2L-4tc ,
.J -night and day, at work and at play. BERNICE IN ENTH THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT SEV-IN :

No. 3823 .
',"'A; liTHE Fred STATE Plaintiff,
Address PHILLIPS *

* e1 j) .:: J suit You has are been NOTICE O. TOTATE Defendant.APPEAR.

aA ... the above THE SALTON OF FLORIDA, TO:
i '

Ib. a t f r are Court answer hereby the and with to that,,Residence ARE' HEREBY O.Unknown PHILLIPS NOTIFIED t ..

upon a suit for divorce has been .'.
torney whose
/ against you in the above en-
-. cause and "
you are hereby re-
Tits ,. mads 2 TV set because family whose name and address
:: a ; adapt to Stereo. Music ,is not 800 hereon. written
coM It.a. of iDdividuaJa'with'varying merely reproduced, but actually Daytona if any to your the Bill 'of Com-de-
'' tastes. One 'you get your recreated with brilliance clarity not 1959.later r\m.In. said suit on or before
+ .Y Sth day
second set yo ffl wonder bow you and realism. It you fall Pro A. D. 1959;
Jf Eecree. Confesso
'..ywithamtcDe.The confesso will ** against you.
for the
x new color TV and portable. 441 you bill of WITNESs my hand and seal of
Court "
models art.;fabulous, I I R : 1 said suit ,A. D. 1159. Zlth day j of Au- -
>! I' WITNESS Seal) RALPH B. -
ll ,Y .:. ,. aald Court HARBERT '.
.. i '" tember A. D. L. Wadnrorth.Aa Clerk f said Court!.J:
(Official Seals O. Box *9* '
ro* nm JMEAA jor of UMW car i5u':.. R5orei; Ilro rn; j RALPH .Florida
Clerk-of ".
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p 1G it!iF0UIt4.'. __ .__ ,_.___ _.." ._ THB FIAGLER R TRIBUNE. ,...BU NELL; ;FLORIDA .'_ .' Thursday Sept. 1?. 1959
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: '- IstoppIDg.ovemptin: the same, lars aren't finicky about: food.)ada, areas where it would seem .

I x -r THE BAFFLES: By M"OIiOneyi"r I!i trees- 'where their ,ancestors*T eye"thistle,'sunflower, burdock Impossible that a single one

f. ...or stayed. '. and hollYloCk'equally could survive.
r.,. I The Painted Lady of Europe)well. p-
the Mediterranean. Other include the wwwmN
r # spans Inj migrants
originate J Cloudless the Great I a r. ALFOBD
, !springtime, swarms Sulphur ,
',' 1 somewhere In'Africa descend on j Southern White, the Snout But >B

j the coastal areas' in April, and I terfly,_ the California ,TortoiseShell I Real Estate Broke] ,
f. .1 I fly to Europe Some carry on to', ,' and the very unwelcome i

<", ")1-, Iceland. I Cotton Leafworm Moth. JI BtuuMlL ,T3.ddeFREE
: Like the Monarch, the Painted i Spring lures these moths from .

s Lady has been able to extend its,j their unknown tropical American PAINTOne
range ',around the world. In'I' home, and they breed several
extra of choice
North America, the Painted Lady I generations in cotton..fields., with .each-gallon'gallon your you buy

,. hides out in ".Mexico. : or.beyond, Then, inexplicably,: they get
f. iKen invades Southern California wandterlust. Millions appear in Mary Carter Paint Store
.. in the spring. Its caterpil- i the Northeastern States and Can- Ormoad Beach at C.alaa Hare
'I Ala Weatcate Sae..Ia* Oater


I -
BODY Flagler Beach's Cosiest Bar FURNITURE

"Come As You Are" FurnitureUP
Complete Collision Service
... Body & Fender Work On Furniture and AppliancesNew
Painting. Matching,Free Estimates AlA FLAGLER BEACH
and Used
U.S. 1 So. OF BUNNKL.LDays

sMr+owt- ID .3372-Nlte. ID 7.3267 The Coolest Spot for the Coolest 1100 Flomlch Are.-Holly Bill

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,utterfiies..Moths I any of them live long enough to McDANIEL'S II '

complete the round trip. Service Station On the Ocean Side of AlA 3 Miles I
I. Tile raft Company"LET
The search for food causes sea- North of Flagler Pier I I
Air In
Take to
Cool at & Millie's"PHONE
"Keep George
sonal migration In. a few cases. STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS I US FLOOR YOU"

The But none of the 250-odd migrant Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs HE 9.2156 I]I Armstrong Kentile
species of Lepidoptera show, the Bunnell' ID 7.7119 BUILDING SUPPLIES Sold and InstalledAll

Many butterflies and moths same patterns of behavior. In Work Guaranteed

are ,notorious tourists. Yet lit general the impulse to migrate Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOIILUBRICATION WICKUNE Ormond Beach OR 7.3181

tle is'known about their'travels.In may come from deep-rooted In. Building Supplies GARDEN SHOP

autumn billions of the frailinsects stints or external factors such as
take off in a rainbow overcrowding. Another suggestion -STEEL Gray's Garden Center
is that the insects flee- Open 7 A.M. 10 P.M. 7 .
hordes for places that are hun- are Days Headquarter for Gardealag Need*

dreds, even thousands of miles big from pdedators in the In- State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Flagler Beach -: HE 9-2254 Ceramics Gifts Dry Arrangement
distant. In'the' springtime, as stinctive hope of multiplying Material*
Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers
food plants thrust from the elsewhere in peace Colonial Service StationEARL CLEANERS
warming earth, individuals Fly Obstacles Course E. RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051J
gradually rise on faded, travel- Whatever the motive, butterflies ORMOND
worn wings to start home. It is and moths apparently MOTOR TUNE-UP SERVICE HARDWARE .-

not known definitely whetherREFINANCE know where they're going. Rather GOODYEAR TIRES& BATTERIES ,
__ Open Dally S to 5
-' -- than veer from ,;their course, U.S. HIWAT 1 BUNNELLHall' Closed all day Thursday Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.

Butterflies have been seen fly JOHN DEERE ,
YOUR 'DEBTS Atlantic StationJack Phone ID 7-3188'
: ,With a Long Term ing through railroad tunnels, up Hall, Proprietor 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell Agricultural&STEEL Industrial Equipment
and over trees, and straight
Bars Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled
FEDERAL LAND BANK t homes if the windowswere GAS- LUBRICATION
through CONCRETE PRODUCTS Black&Galvanized Pipe & Fittings
open and unscreened. TyresBatteriesAccessoriesROAD LAWN MOWER REPAIRS

,FARM LOAN Some of the'most spectacular I SERVICE Your "Q" For ConcreteDial DEEN'RD.' Phone I.'.. 7314S
BUNNELL' Tel. ID 7-3652
R. W. BRYAN migrations in. nature pass over I
Production Credit Assn. the Smithsonian Instituion's CL 3-8113
J. L. Presswood,Garage Village Hardware Center

I General Repairing-Road Service Match and mix any color
Myriad ,big black and green Tires, Tube A Accessories Concrete, Inc.
Visit Our Grocery DepartmentFor Builder's Supplies Kitchenware
I moths y over, it in movementsthat 1
; Frozen Staples
continue day and night. No oodd sand DRUG STORES GIFTS GREETING CARDS

DraghningBulldozing one knows whence the dark. iri- HE 9-2139 FLAGLER BEACHSullivan' AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420

descent clouds come or' where Gulf Service Anderson ,Drug Store
they go. .- Prescriptions ...
A, more familiar' American Sick Room Supplies


Land Clearing which soars afar on black Beach Information HANNA & VEL-VON PAINT
"Specializing in Service and BUNNELL
and burnt-orange wings: It has Clean RestRooms" One Coat Plastic Finish
crossed seas establish itself In The Heart of Flagler Beach Stops Masonry Dampness
on Cape Verde and Maderia in AUTO REPAIRS Moody's PharmacyFlagler Point Sundries
\ County's Corner Drug Store 29 W. Granada-Ormond Beach
P. A. EDMONSON the Atlantic and widely scattered
islands"of the ,Pacific. ShieldService Station PRESCRIPTIONSDRUGSSUNDRIES' Ph. OR 7.0761
t Phone IDlewood 7-3376
North American Monarchs Chester McKenzie. Mechanic '

Coast States. In early springthe Right Now We'll Overhaul and BunnelL Flo. Phone ID 73661 PAINTING BYContractHourBig

FOR survivors, mostly t female, Repair Your Power MowerNo E ( or Small
straggle northward, laying eggs 111 No. Bay SU Bunnell PHARMACY ; ID 7.3240 Bunnell, Florida
SHELL FILL & SAND on fresh young milkweed plantsas
they go.: Their progeny pro- EDGAR'S GARAGE'24Hour 'I Sick Room Supplies-Sundries I RADIO TELEVISION

DIRT 'CONTRAcrSEMIL gress through the caterpillarand Towing Service 24-Hour Prescription Service

then take ''Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt.
stages up
AlA 1 mi. North of DON'S RADIO '& TV
the relay: By late June or July i Automatic Transmission Service ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661
the. young Monarchs have scat Wheel Balancing-Front End Zenith Sales and Service"We

MISSINNEPhone tered to the species' northern .240 Granada Alignment Ol'lDo.-OR 7-9893 I Thompson PharmacyYour Sell the Best

S HE 9-2094 limit in Canada and still an. ,. Health Is Wealth and Service the Rest"
FLAGLER BEACH I I generation flies southward on HOLLY HILL .
Hwy.. 1, Ormond OR 7-1473 _
age-old migration routes, often I HYDROMATIC SERVICE In Our Hands

f\----.-...-..,...-.-...-.- .-....... _._14..._._. _........._-_..........-.-.-..,...--....-..._I Repairing-RebuildingON 141 W. Granada-tormond 7-1421 REAL ESTATE .
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1239 Ridgrewood Holly Hill Margaret Givens
OR 7-1S81 I Blacks Flower ShopPhone '
: AMBULANCE Reg Real Estate Broker
i { BAH NDPACKAGESTOBEFLAGLER IDlewooU 7-3348 Notary PublicSpecializing
PHONE.VAlley 4"1625
SERVICE BEACH P.0. Box 3 Bunnell, Fla. In
t ST. AUGTJSTmE. FLORIDA BAR Flowers For All OccasionsWe
HOTEL Phone HEmlock 92025
accept orders for Delivery Ken Mar, Motel-Flagler Beacn
Mere be hesitant about calling a Garcia! Amhulnmro. Wean **The Meeting Placeof Anywhere in the U.S.A.

always at your service: with pgimijilnsn safety and Flagler County" PUBLISHERS & PRINTERS

-jim and' Yvonne SerVIfl9"MILLAND FUEL-OIL I -

KING'S TRUCK STOP The Flagler Tribune!
Equipped With Oxygen ResnsUator'and Inhalator HOTEL BAR i
Garcia Funeral_"HomeP. \ AL Come' AND And ELLIE Delivery in the County on Publishers ]<: .

: Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor.Fuel
E. GARCIA,'Licensed Funeral Director: AT1'JIEq'JIEW.u"You'll ; Phone, ID tersl.
asoUn _", .
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: Thursday, Sept. 17,- ,1959 THE .FLAGLER ..TRIBUNE, .3 NNELL, FLORIDA PAGE; FIVE
It t I I! STUDENTS GOING TO Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Alten of I

VARIOUS COLLEGES I Jacksonville are receiving congratulations

I I Students from Bunnell and: on the"birth of their NO MONEY DOWN

j Flagler Beach who are attend- I first child. It was a daughter, -
Beach Junior i born in St. Vincent's Hospital in BUILT ON YOUR.LOT
ing the Daytona I *
L OCALS .J. College are Celia Joyce Emery,I Jacksonville September 7. Mrs.
I Alten will be remembered as SHELL
II It I j Marsha McNab, Barbara Babbitt HOMES'UNFINISHED
t Louis who the former Joyce Meeks. -
and Friedman
are beginning, their second year SEMIFINISHED"
Gloria Johnston, Lorraine Wyndham I there. Tommy Wells who at- I George Hafnes from Orlando 95'7. "FINISHED"FRAME

Celebrates 12thAnniversary Honored With A I tended last year has transferredto spent several days last week OR BLOCK
I I"A the Vocational Department of i here visiting with his parents,I LOCK & KEY JOBS
Birthday Party 'Mr. and Mrs. V. W.. Haines.
the college this year
7fJUj J,_ I I L Visit Model Home 1
Mrs. Walton Johnson enter- Mrs. Virginia Wyndham entertained Jim Cook who attended the

tained with a birthday party I I I with a birthday party Friday General College at ,j he.University Mrs. Caroline Barditzky, accompanied -' Crumpton .Guilders
Friday evening at" th'e" Bunnell 'evening at the Buddy Wads-I of Florida in Gainesville last by her house guests, "

Community Center honoring her I worth home on Orange 'Street I year is going to Daytona Beach Mrs. Martha Keller William IIIU'AY EAST 1MLATKAAcroHH 17 OUTII

daughter Gloria, who was 'celebrating honoring her daughter, Lorraine for his sophomore year. Keller, motored to Eustis Thursday from Fair Grounds

her twelth birthday, an- Who celebrated her thirteenth Those beginning ,their fresh- !I to visit her husband, Henry I II "PIllGI-r.':\. ts-1l81 I'AUGUTT

niversary birthday anniversary.... J man year at the Junior Collegeare I Barditzky. Mrs. Keller is Henry's I

Games and dancing was enjoyed A musical theme wall "Used in 1 Celestine Stanish, Melinda I sister who is here from,Memphis,

by the thirty-seven; young I decorating the living,.!room and II Haisten, Charles Trad, Judson i Tenn.. and Willianfds v her son. J
Orvaline Turpin, Mrs. -
Stryker -
guests who enjoyed the party. car port of the home. Small '
Mary Susan Brannam assisted charm bracelet records were Thomas Pinner, Jim Kendall,:

Mrs. Johnston in looking after I given as favors to the guests. Ii Jimmy McKenney, and Margaret|!
Ann Barrow. JOE COWAN L. S. M.
of Lorraines
the pleasure of the young guests About thirty i ,
and directed the games and young friends enjoyed the evening i Going to Stetson Universitythis i
dancing. I with her. Birthday cake I year are Catherine Greshamand Announces

Birthday favors and decorations : and punch was served by Mrs. I Wilda Hargett., Arrangements can now be made for instruction on
:*Wadsworth. Miss Diana McKnight left Sun- ( .
and Mrs
I Wyndham
used and and
were punch day evening for Pittsburg, Pa., PIANO and ACCORDIANIN '
cake was served to
t birthday where she will resume her studies '
: those present. J. B. High Jr., Washington, at the Carngie" Institute of YOUR ,OWN HOWE
i I D. ,C. is spending a, hort' vaca- ,
Technology, College of Fine Arts.
I tion here with his mother, Mrs. For information.
Mrs. Lily Buchannon and Mrs. David Collings, who recently
Ellie Shaw of Palatka visited J. B. High. I
"r. returned from a four year tour HEmlock 9-2276 or ORange 74571COLDS
1i I here a short time Tuesday with of duty with the U. S. Navy, left .
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Barber. Mrs. Lanny Alford left last week this week to enter 'his freshman
for Washington, D. C. where he
Shaw is their
daughter and year at the Florida State Uni- .
has accepted a position with the
Mrs. Buchannon is Mrs. Barber'ssister. versity in Tallahassee.

Government. Among those -leaving this a.1 ;"

week to resume ,their studies at
Among those returning to As winter approaches many of our citizens will find the symp-
l" the Florida State Universary in I toms of the "Common Cold" plaguing them once more.
Gainesville to resume their stud-
Tallahassee were Miss Gloria Why is it that some persons suffer the inconvenience. of "Colds"
ies at the University of Florida while others are never troubled at all?
Bunnell Theatre McArn, Miss Laura
include Billy Deen, Larry Cody, Fetterly, The answer lies in the ability of the organs of the body to
Lovelace Gordon, ,Johnnie Dur- function in normal fashion allowing the body to build up a"resistance"
and Tommy. Bertha, Virginia to invasion of harmful substances.
Wadsworth. Lew W dsworth' Ls rance, Charles Turner, and Miss Chiropractic, is -a drugless science, that has been the source
Fri. & Sat. Sept. 18-19 I Sammie Whitaker begins her I of health for millions of persons.
entering his freshman year freshman there. Why not get acquainted with Chiropractic and decide. for
DAY OF THE OUTLAW there. year. your self if it is the answer to Your Health problem.

with: Guests of Mr.,and Mrs. 'or Sherman Mr. and Mrs. 0. F. Alford left DR.. DONALD MARQUETTE
Saturday for a vacation in North
Robert Ryan '- Burl Ives Glover Wednesday were Mr. Carolina. .3, I ,Chiropractor .
and Mrs. Bob Blanton and .. J fA
; ,Also:' daughter' ''Dei'rah, of Phoenix, I'' MONDAY., WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY--1:30TOP.M.( .- -- r
Cartoon Arizona. '. L. M. WhitakeF accompaniedby RICE BUILDING-BAY ST. AND MOODY DO }.LEV :
his daughters, Mrs. Ray Mer- ARD'I I
cer and Miss Sammie -
Sun. & Mon. Sept. 20.21 Mr. and Mrs. Ardin ,Kinney and ,
were visiting in Gordon, Ala.,
Mrs. Shelton Barber have returned -
BEAT GENERATIONwith during the past,'weel pnd. On
to their home here from
their return trip, Miss Whit- BRANNAM'SFood
Wooster, Ohio, where they were aker remained in, Tallahassee :
Mamie Van Doren called by the death. of Mr. Kinney's '
begins her freshmanyear I
Steve Cockman mother. at Florida State University.
Also Mrs. O. D. Robertson is a patient .

Cartoon in the Flagler Clinic and

Hospital for medical treatment. :Jlagler Leach Red & White Store "

119 N. BAY St. Phone ID 7-3496

,Continued from pas 2)

H. E. Jones from Union City, MEAT DEPARTMENT
'tt ftEjT: N. J. has been spending his vacation .

if *' ;tu A :ttI his. home on S.I i I' TURKEYS Armour Star HEN lb39C


't? r M 't Dr. and Mrs. Allen Reynolds I'I Swift Premium Fully .Cooked: '

..A., /7 I. Ztya. and family have moved into a PICNICS .
f N 1M N I'. W. new home they bought in Venice 1 Jb39C.

i t? *'' "N o Park., Boston Butts .

itcir Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Baldwinand PORK'ROAST .. Ib 39
( ( A daughter from-Orlando were
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i4 ft ft ftft weekend guests .here of her par Armour Star SLICED Cello ,..: '
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lehr. .
Jbi 49C
( ft ftft .w"'i Mrs.Thelma Crotty spent Sun-

I; ft ft .IrI-t (91YI Beach day and with Monday Mrs. Deolia In Daytona Ervine.Mr. Red & WhiteMAYONNAISE '. .

t, ft ft ft and Mrs. Claude Pattersonand Quart -.. .to.) 49C.

ftK if irr Bill Beaver have returnedto T--T:;. '
S r their homes Inj,Cincinnati, Red & White ,.:..

:: #a/r1. Ohio, after visiting 'here with SLICED ,OR HALVES .' ...
Mr. and Mrs. George Miles -

::'- Hole KEEL Moody. Mr.. Patterson is Mrs.Moody's ,PEACHES No. 21/2 Can 29C
!' brother and
: ,.l \ Mr. Beaver

JtAftIICIIVN= _EL is her cousin, FROZEN FOODS .

: ,., i. Friends of Henry Shill will be Pac Fresh 10 oz.STRAWBERRIES.

special_guests. interested to know :that he has
r'i :. ,LOUIS .PRIMA KEELY SMITH', been In the 'Flagler Clinic and 2 fo,39cBirdseye
; Hospital in Bunnell"a week. .
, host 8.oz.FRENCS, .
, : .
j I
';" ROBERT CUMMINGS Mr. and Mrs. C. H., Cowart FRIED: POTATOES 2 10r35e i
j ,
have returned their home in

I.' i> 8:00- to 9l3O P. M. un'lN STANBMO TIMS Haw Creek after spending a Sea Gem Cooked "'_'

week' in the Walter Knight. cot- FISH STICKS 29e-
tage. lIb Pkg.
: proudly presented by .
f t *
Scan,Lee 18 c : <
Mrs. Elsie 'Graham and Mrs. _
rjDsTjjsjjy Caroline Barditzky were",business BANANA'OR. ORANGE CAKES( 79C

visitors,,. 'to-DeLand Friday.. '. ''f -
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I :: .. Eunnell VV of, the schooL V or changing tires. I This about 'sums up our news state was 260843874. Of this
: V Last Friday they held an as- I ,Carey Holland and' myself for the day. Until next week... amount $789,094.58 was sent to
f: .. High School sembly program explaining the learned how 'to make sodas this Oh, by the way, if you haven't the state's general fund and the
; V new-rules of the school and presenting summer at Moody's, and MaryJo bought an advertisement in the: remainder was apportioned to

: I, Headlines the pupils with a hand- Daugherty was working hardat annual yet: see your nearest I the municipalities of the state.
book which had been printed.It the same occupation at Anderson's. senior soon. -

.: (By ,Betty Jo Revels) J was a very worthwhile and I .
impressive program. Members Martha Giddens and Diane FLAGLER COUNTY RCA VICTOR
:. Well, it's back to school again of the workshop were JoAnn Likins worked at Marineland.I CIGARETTE TAXES LIVING COLOR TV
r, and old B.H.S. seems about the Morris, Miles'Moody, Carey Holland am sure there were others who "LOOK FOR TilE PICTURE
. V same. The floors have' been Nancy Brannam, Mary Susan spent their summer hard at Municipalities of Flagler Southern IX THE Radio WINDOW"& Television
: sanded, varnished and,the rooms Brannam, Faye Bass, Mike work, but I: know that everyone County have received from the 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001
V V. were painted. McMillan, Mary Jo Daugherty, enjoyed his or her summer va- state the following amounts collected i, ,- OIOIONI. V __ .
As ,usual, the first week of Joan Hoff, and Barbara Weaver. cation, and we are all so gladto in July from the five centsa -
I :school class officers were elected. Most of us have had a busy be back in school. package tax on cigarettes sold THE OUTBOARDER

: The seniors, Delected David summer. Mike Parker spent most Adding their names to the list I within their cororate limits: Authorized -Evlnrude Dealer
Shields president; Miles ,Moody, of his summer vacation in of steady, couples this summer I Bunnell, $1,483.25; Flagler BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS
Gainesville at the Science Beach, $855.72 Beverly Beach,
S vice.president; Beverly Rodgers, Campat were: Beverly Rodgers and Rob- I ; Dockage Storage Free Ramp
secretary and Jo Ann Morris.. the University. JoAnn spent ert Cook, Marlene Ricks and Jim $103.69; and Marineland, $132.03. WE FINANCE
treasurer. two weeks in Leesburg attending The total :collected over the 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona
Burnsed, Linda Revels and Arthur _
Juniors eleded Carey Holland I a twirling camp. While Carle. I 4
there" she the honor of be-
president; Jeffery Seale V vice- won As schedules get straightenedout
president; Betty Abbott, secr ing Camp Pilncess. We were I. and classes get underway CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
represented at Girls State this
i again we are all looking forwardto
Jerry Burnsed was elected president summerby JoAnn ,Morris and our first football game with
of the Sophomore class and Judy Lewis. David Shields, and Crescent City September 18. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
the other officers have not been Robert Cook were ,Boys State JOHN HARDIN Associate -

voted upon yet. representatives.The .fl.-........-........_._-.-_-......-.I"rI'tI'"l'"l''J AIR OXYGEN
Freshmen officers are Quentin rest of the summer was LADY
Emery, President;, Barbara spent by most of us in working. FRED A. H HV CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I ATTENDANT I EQUIPPED

V Weaver vice-president; Sandy Buddy Taylor, Miles Moody, I AMBULANCES
S Gumble, secretary; and Donna Henry Wells Jim Burnsed, and i \ FRUITS.I' .
V Phone ID 7-3532
Robert Cook were all at DIAMONDS
filler, treasurer. Class reporter seen one -
a is ,Janice Lovelace. time or the other pumping gas 'I. : 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDAsm .
Judy Lewis has been elected &-Ivwv
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V as editor of the Annual and
Beverly Rodgers is the assistant -
editor. 'I
( Cheerleaders were voted upon V
V and selected last week; They t4 I

are: Beverly Rodgers( captain), '
Fern Allen (co-captain), Betty I I ,

Abbott', Polly Forson, Susan Jane 'S .5-
Deen, Carol Christopher, Molly
Ricks, and Marilyn ChristopherIn
order that we might have

a better school program, workshop -
S consisting of two members
. of each club and class was setup
V this summer. They dis- l
dussed, along with Mrs. Emma ..

Murray, Mr. John Cannon, and
Principal Carl Hornsby, problems
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FOR SALE-Approx. 1% acres

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k:- Write Daytona W.Ave.P. Peterson at Flagler, 2517 Beach.San- board" roads with ease. Imagine a truck ride that virtually eliminates shimmy; and wheel fight, :

;f:' lord FAirfax Ave.2.3970, Sanford, Sanford.Fla. Phone -I' cuts.. side sway on curves, makes steering far steadier and easier, keeps ,drivers. far fresher. ; V

F Aug. 27 to Sept 17 inc.-4tp. Imagine a truck ride that permits higher safe cruising speeds, more trips per day with all kindsof

" '- SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reasonable of road surface. ride that to 78 of all
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ft.V ID 7-3410. 5 28-11 5 tc road shock and vibration from ever reaching the driver and cargo, a design that sharply

tt FOB SALE-on water front lot
new 3-bedroom: ,house on Lan. reduces twisting and fatigue forces on chassis, cabs and bodies, that keeps trucks young for : '. V

_V tana Street In Venice Park, two extra thousands of miles. / Soon you won't have to just imagine such a ride. You can 'try it for :
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(_ .5 Florida room with fireplace, S trucks for 1960. You'll see what happens when Chevy's truck engineers design a whole new line of "VV --
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' :Robert L. Danner, builder. Phone trucks around whole new kind of torsion-spring. suspension.. These trucks are new from the rideV ; ,
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