The Flagler tribune ( January 8, 1959 )


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The Flagler tribune
Physical Description:
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
January 8, 1959
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
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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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33425664
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Preceded by:
St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by:
Palm Coast news
Succeeded by:
Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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: ,City Commission Trying to Solve 1 Directors'4"For Grand Jury Indicts Four Men

-: Existing Traffic Hazard on Streets Youth CouncilMeets J For Second Degree Murder In

I Tonight Recent Shooting Near AirportDun
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At the city commission meeting The Board ot Directors for the
Monday night problems of Shrine Club To Flagler County 'Youth "Council I

; traffic control took the greater will meet at eight o'clock Thurs- I II I Four men were indicted for

J part of the time. Especially the Istall ,New day (tonight),'ln the Commis- & Bradstreet the second degree murder of
; George Kermit Jones on Decem-
acute problem of some sort of
sioners Roomy of the Flagler
' 81 Here Are ber 5 at the ,Bunnell Airport
,0 control on the crossing of U.S. Officers TonightThe County Courthouse, Secretary Says
when the Grand Jury make their
Highway 1 and State Road 11 in Melba Brannam said today.
the center of Bunnell. Flagler County Shrine All members are urged to at- In Reference Book presentment to the Circuit Court
Club will have a dinner meet- which was in session at the

Since work on four laving U.S. Ing at the Flagler Beach Wom tend this meeting.Bulldogs I Statistics released by James L. Flagler County Court house on

f 1 got underway the traffic light an's Clubhouse tonight for club Gravlee, district manager of the Wednesday morning. Judge William -

at the crossing was taken down. members and their ladies. $ Take j Jacksonville office of Dun & Jackson of St. Augustinewas

' Now since the ,four lanes have The Morrocco Divan will DCbost ] Bradstreet, Inc., reflect the on the Bench.
been opened to traffic it is extremely and Potentate Oren Flech- I 'I[growth of business firms in

dangerous to vehicles all of Jacksonville will install Seventh Win' Flagler county during. the past Those indicted were Sidney

';" and pedestrians at the spot. the 1959 'officers of the club, re- 10 years. McCraney, 31, Flagler Beach;

tiring club president R. L. Mc- From Hastings Figures obtained from a physical Jack Johnson, Bunnell; Rob-

'" The commissioners are trying Nab said today.Presentment. count of the Dun & Brad- ert Drake 26 Flagler Beach; and

to arrange a temporary light at I street Reference Book for November Alex Faircloth, 24, Ormond

the crossing until such time as The Varsity' ,Basketball team I I 1958 totaled 81 manufacturers Beach.
funds are available to install !won their seventh game, of the I wholesalers and
I retailers
the type of control recommend of season over Hastings Tuesday I in this area as compared Judge Jackson set the bond

ed by the ,State Road Depart- night 6915. The.high point man for each man at $5,000 and set
to 46 in November, 1948-an increase
ment. The control would cost The Grand -Jury I for the Bulldogs was Sam Bertha, II of 76 per cent for the January 14 as the day for their

about $3,500 but it would be 16 points Jim Burnsed 15 points, period. arraignment.

of the type that would effectively I Buddy Taylor }0 points. Half
In their presentment to the In the Grand Jury's present
control not ,only vehicles but time score was 41-12. Hastingsan
Court, the Grand Jury said they I ment no mention -was made of
also. inexperienced team made
pedestrians found the Bunnell School in GOVERNMENTALUNITS the fatal shooting of James Gils-
only points in the ,last half. '1
The coin''ssioners also discussed satisfactory condition with theexception I son of Bunnell who was killedin
The B Team won 22-8. Jerry,
enforcing parking'on cer of some needed repairsto I STATE the same gun battle.
Burnsed was high point man
tain'. parts of streets downtown. the fire escape. They recom- Two men, McCraney, and Johnson -
laneson mended that the top deck of the with 7 points. ,Gregory Magariar I STILL GROWING
First to mark off turning have been held-in Jail since
for made 6
Hastings points.
Highway 11 west of U.S. 1, fire escape ,be put .in a safer I the shooting on the night of
On January 2 the Girls played.! Floridians have created 55
so that ,trucks will have sufficient condition and,.repairs be madeto December 5. Drake, .who received
Crescent City, ,Bunnell winning: more'' governmental units, all
mom the wooden the i
porch on
to make the turns a gunshot wound in the
on home court 7251. Joan Morris below the'state level, during the
without endangering parked ,ve north side of the kindergarten.They leg, was moved to the Jail from
: was,high point,girl 33 pointsand past five years. All told, there
also said the renovation
hicles. Another is to prohibit the hospital,about a week ago.
Annette Strickland 31 672 units' of
points. are now government -
parking on both slges of MoodyBoulevard of;the basement,is complete and : Faircloth is.still the'Hospital
,. Varsity-t&miil&ls whIcthefresidents.'ofthestate
The "
played : '
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betweenJiST1J: and_ "lia. ;distinct "Improvement ,to Cres ntCitY's Varsity the Bulldogs have*set' 'up to providespeciflcTrgovernmental receiving*treatment.: gunshot
Railroad: from'midnight to the premises, as well as some wounds in ,the abdomen
5242. Sam Bertha services.
won '
6' A..M. This is being done,'the other repairs which are in pro- Three of the indicted men-
was high point man with 22 The trend toward more govern-
commissioners said, so that the cess of being made: McCraney, Johnson, and Drake-
points, Robert Cook 15 points, mental units is contrary to the
street cleaners may do their The Carver Colored School,and each posted bonds of $5,000 and
Buddy Taylor 10 points. Alan national trend and to those in
work properly. It was stated grounds were found to be in very were released from jail Wednesday -
I Valenti for Crescent City was 26 of the other states. The national .
that police will give warning good condition and orderly.At I afternoon. Faircloth is still
high point man for his team figure was down 14,415
tickets at first but will issue the _Flagler: Beach School in the hospital.In .
with 15 points. Half time score during the five years to 102,328
parking violation' tickets shortly they recommended that the lot Crescent City 3122. "currently. another case, Leon Powe
thereafter.' around the school be cleaned entered a plea of guilty to the
The Bulldogs Varsity and B I The movement toward consolidating
It was pointed out that some and ,be seeded or sodded. They charge of convicted felon and
:team'go to St. Augustine to play or eliminating govern-
drivers of vehicles have been suggested cleaning lots across having possession of firearms.
I Ketterlinus Friday night. Ketter mental bodies has been most effective -
parking alongside the concrete the street from the school. Also The judge ordered that he be
linus is a class A school. Next in the western and central -
dividing island on U.S. 1. Police recommended .that cement stairsbe held in the custody of the sheriff
Tuesday is an open date for all states. Topping the list is
will give tickets for this viola- built at the entrance of the until January 14 'when he will
three teams. Minnesota with 6,293, down 2-
tion also., Some local motorists janitor's room; that fire extinguishers be sentenced. A a charge of
728 in five years.
t, also have been seen driving in be placed at suitable armed robbery against Powe was
Missouri killed off 1,695; MichIgan -
the wrong direction in the wrong locations suggested by the. Fire Deen Holland 1,606; Winconsin 1,527; nolle prossed.

lane, it was stated. Of course Department; and that improved Nebraska 1,323 and Illinois 1,213.In Two moonshine cases were
tickets are justified for the vio- lighting be installed in the 3.4- continued until the court con- "
Heading MarchOf the. east, New York axed 1-
lation., Also tickets will be issued and 5 grade classrooms. venes on the 14th.
I 294 and five nearby states
for parking on the wrong The jury stated the county jailis dropped a total of 124.
side of the street anywhere in in very good order; also the Dimes DriveCounty
The gaining trend was most
the city. So look, out for ,warn- county toolroom. The stockade I noticeable in the south though Tweed Funeral

ing tickets' first and "paying" plans are being drawn up by an School SuperintendentDeen California, Washington, 'Utah
tickets if these are not effective. architect for a new building. I Holland has been named
.. and New Jersey opped their'tot Service Held
The court house is at
present County Drive Chairman of the als. Georgia's 145 new units
getting a much needed 'renova annual March of Dimes in Flag-
was the 'largest gain and Florida -
City Collects tion. ler County this year. ranked eighth.County Last SaturdayJames
The presentment was dated The drive open* here this week

Percent January 7th, and,signed by Har- and will be in full swing next Mullen Tweed of Bun-

Sixty ry Clegg, foreman, and Alton C. week when. the precinct chairman Board nell died at the Flagler Clinic

Harris as clerk of the jury. Ralph and the chairman for the and Hospital here at 8:30 P.M..

Of 1958 Taxes Harbert, clerk of the circuit court, mothers march will be named Elects CowartAs on December 30 following a long

also signed the presentment. Mr. Holland stated. illness.

City Clerk L. H. Drady said .Farris Bryant of Ocala is the ChairmanThe He was a native of Thurber,

today that he has collected apprOxImately Raymon Tucker State Chairman for the drive. Texas, and had been a residentof

65 percent of the Flagler County since 1934.

1958 tax roll. That is $14,000 Elected School Sport Coupe And Board of County Commis- Before coming to Florida he

has been collected of the,$22,000 sioners met Monday and reorganized worked in the coal mines. He
due to' be.paid. Board ChairmanRaymon Dump Truck Collide the board with' C. H. was, 70 years of age.
The city ,does .not allow the Cowart as chairman. Graveside funeral services'were

same discounts that is allowedby Tucker was elected A Triumph Sports ,Coupe traveling Other than transacting routine held at 2:30 Saturday afternoonat

the county. The city allowsa chairman of the Flagler County north on u.Highway 1, business the board .agreed that the Espanola Cemetery. Rev.

discount of '2 percent in No- School Board at their reorganization collided with an International rebuilding J hn'Arlderson Highway Wesley Wilder, pastor of the

vember and 1 percent in De meeting Monday. Harold dump truck near Anderson's..Ga- from west of Flagler Beachto First Methodist Church of Bun-

cember and none thereafter. The Emery'was also elected to serve rage near the south city ,limits Bulow and the old Brick Road nell, officiated.Mr. .

county allows 2 percent in January as vice chairman of the Board. about noon on January '1, City from intersection of State Road Tweed is survived by his

an 1 percent in' February. Roy E.' Likins of Marinelandis Policeman Leroy Irvin said. 11 in Bunnell to St: Johns_ County wife, Mrs. Nellie Mae Tweed of

: Taxes become ,deliquent April 1 the only new, member of the The coupe, driven by Nathan line should be the two road Bunnell and one son, Robert

in, both cases.iIBTKPL.ACE. board and other members are David Silverfield ,had one passenger projects to be completed first Tweed of Bunnell; and one niece,

H. C. King and W. L. Dunson. Richard Daubach, both with the county's secondary Mrs. Edward Newberry of Fort

OF VENUS During the routine meetingthe Miami. The men'were carried' funds. Worth Texas.Pallbearers. the traditional;birthplace Board 'voted for the con- to the local hospital where they Bids were opened ,for purchaseof c were Ralph Har

of-Venus,;though present- struction of a'walkway from the are being treated:for serious in- two trucks. One a 2-ton and i bert, Dale Brown, ,D. D. Moody,

: day strife makes ironic its ancient Bunnell High School Building juries, Irvin said. the other a pickup. Bids were Fitzugh Malphurs, Raymond

r. title., "Island of Love." to the Gym and. also number The coupe "was"'almost, 'completely received-from Hall-Tumlin Chevrolet Smith and Joe TidwelL ti
', ,Cupid's legendary home'I Cyp- of lockers in the Gym. Bids demolished. The :dump Company and Bunnell Motor Funeral arrangements were

'rus's fairy: book castle, St. HIlarion for ,these two projects will be I truck was not damaged, It was Company, The!'bid of Hall- under'.direction of Garcia Fune

that:was built ,in J22t': advertise,next-week.--- stated. .m > ,* Tumlin was.,'accepted. ral Home of St. Augustine. ,

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er The benefit :card party ,that
o I had been planned by the Flagler a.NePcro.
LUNA BABBITT Woman's Club for"Jal-uary.9? has I

been postponed until Friday,
Telephone i HEmlock 9-2098 January 23 at 7 P.M., at the

Woman's Club building becauseof
other events scheduled, at the
The regular business meetingof HOLIDAY PARTY club.

the Flagler Beach Garden The Flagler Beach Garden Club

Club was held Tuesday after- Holiday Party was an event of

noon in the Woman's Club build Saturday evening at the homeof
ing. Hostesses were Mrs. Esther Mr. and Mrs. E.. H. Thread. Guests during the holidays'
with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sinde-
Juengling, president, and Mrs. gill. The spacious setting was '' _

Caroline Barditzky, vice presi- decorated with Christmas trees, lar and son Mickey'were- Mr. a< >, a .a
and Mrs. J. Dlo'uhy arid son Jerry I
dent. Twelve members were lighting and arrangements.Thirty -
from St. Joe Michigan for Christ-
present and former member Mrs. members and guests attended.It I
and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tasa-
William Buteux was welcomed opened with a covered dish
rik from Brooklyn, N. Y. for New I
which was served buf- ;
back as a member.It supper Year's. Their New Year's guestsfor NO NUDES NOW Italian painter of nudes Novella Parlglnl
was decided to put a com- fet style. Mrs. Frank Brede was the' day wereMr.. and Mrs. says she's "fed up with nudes" after the much-publicized Roman
mittee to work with a Woman's chairman of the arrangements.Rev. John Knasko. party she attended. "X" photo In background was taken at the

Club Committee and to make upa Reynold Hoover showed party.
slides he had made in several .
schedule for care of the shrub-
bery and grounds around the states including a number of .

Woman's Club building for the views of the Grand Canyon. Friends of Mrs. Anna Wischow INSHRE-Sfay Insured & Rest Assured
next six months. A bake sale Games were conducted by Mrs. will regret to hear of her conI -
Virgil Hoover and Mrs. Ann Batten I tinued illness in Tampa at, the
was set for9 A. M. Saturday, Jan- I
uary 9, in front of the Flagler who were on the entertainment home of her daughter and son in GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM
committee.Mrs. law, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Stra-
"Beach post office.
Esther, Juengling presi- der.
Mrs. Juengling called on Mrs.
ident, was presented with a
Marie Brede, chairman of the
President Pin. Ouot of town
Spring Flower Show, for a report -
Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell Florida
guests were former members, ,
Mrs. Brede stated that it
Mrs. Olive Kolhaas and Mrs. Lo-
would be held at the home of
cie Oberhausen, who now residein
Mrs. Amy Threadgill on
day and Sunday, May 2 Satur-I I Daytona Beach. DOES FOR

Mrs. Caroline Barditzky Mrs. and Mrs. George Allard i Prompt Dependable Courteous
a demonstration on how to dry
arrived from Ludington, Michi-
fresh material and flowers. Mrs. to spend the winter months ,
gan I
Hannah Vogel won the door in their home here on South o BY..... HELEN HALE. HI-THERM GAS SERVICESEE

prize. Daytona Avenue.Mr. QUICKLY fixed foods are In I I
Cake and coffee were served for the table while

by the hostesses. Next regular and Mrs. W. R. Bass and you're busy with holiday shopping I HARRIS APPLIANCESPhone l
wrapping and.mailing.. Make it ,
meeting will be February 3rd
, daughter, Faye, motored to De- I'
In festive and
red colors
and the hosesses will be Mrs. Land and were, entertained at green ID' 7.3551 Bunnell
I I whenever
possible to carry out the
Marguerite Massie and Mrs. Han a New Year's dinner with her holiday theme. Countywide Delivery Service

nah Vogel. sisters and brothers in law Mr. Try some chowder for a hearty GAS CYLINDERS GAS APPLIANCES

and Mrs. Ernest Jenkins and Mr. supper on a cold night with crackers

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sullivanare and Mrs. Albert Murphy.. and cheese or heated rolls. ..._.................."''''....-...."''''...-.....!'.....-.........!'.........-.........._...",,,ff.Iff...
Combine a can of tomato and pea
moving this ,week to Venice
soup with two cans of evaporated FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHF
Park. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cummingsand
I family from Wakeman, O- I
hio, have been spending this AMBULANCE
Tommy Wells has been dismissed Honey Prune Pie
from the Bunnell Hos- month in their ,home here on (Serves 6-8) PHONE VAlley 4'1625

pital and returned to his classesat South Flagler Avenue. 1% cups cooked, pitted prunes SERVICE ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA

the Junior College in Day- % cup butter

tona Beach. Tommy took a trip Visitors with Mr. and Mrs. B. % cup honey Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
to Missouri during the I S. Clay during the holidays have % teaspoon salt
holiday and
1 teaspoon grated lemon rind are always at your service with promptness safety
vacation.Mr. been their daughter and son in
law, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Camp 3 eggs cpe ieare. .
I Pastry for single crust i
and Mrs. Albert J. Zamba from Marietta, ,Georgia. For Y4 cup chopped nuts Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
i.: are the parents of a daughter Christmas and New Year's there Cut prunes in half. Cream together

i weighing six pounds, one ounce were Mrs. G. ,/. Trulove and butter and honey. Blendin Garcia Funeral Home
who was born Saturday at 7:45 daughter Sandra, Mrs. H. W. Clay salt, lemon rind, well beaten -
eggs and prunes. Pour into P. E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral Director
: P. M. in the Halifax Hospital and daughter Judy from Marietta I ,
pastry-lined sprinkle
in Daytona Beach. Georgia ands also Mr. and with nuts. pan Bake in' a hot LADY ASSISTANT

rl Mrs. Bryce Griffis from Villa (450F.) oven 15 minutes. Reduce -
r Miss Marcia< McNab returned Rica, Georgia, Mrs. Griffis is a heat to moderate (350'F.)

; to the home of her parents, Mr. sister to Mr. Clay' and bake 40 minutes longer.

and Mrs. R. L. McNab, here Saturday
l after spending the holidays Visitors with Mr. and Mrs. milk. Flaked boned, canned fish

.'. in Miami with her sister'John Knasko during Christmas may, be added to this.
were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Heitsch A delicious soup uses quick frozen
and brother in law Mr. and Mrs. I
t" shrimp bisque and oyster stewin '
I Pat Parker. and son Gary from West Chester,
combination. ''Baking powder
111. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sindelarand I
:' I biscuits spread with deviled ham
-. Miss Diane Adams has returned son Mickey joined them fora team well with this rich chowder.

to her ,home after visitinglast dinner party on Christmas Quick dessert uses an instant

week in Titusville. day. vanilla or coconut pudding. Top
this with canned peach halves

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dickinson topped with cranberry 'sauce and

FOR have returned to their home coconut. flJ GOD wI
Friends from church droppingin
here here after a visit in Eau 'I'
? them bottled
Serve egg nog
SHELL FILL & SAND I I Gallie and Tampa during the flavored with instant coffee and i

holidays.Miss nutbread sandwiches. I' I
DIRT CONTRACTSCALL I Canned chili con came Is excel-
Judy Stryker 'has movedto lent for a night after spending the ,
the home of her parents Mr. day shopping. For: dessert ,use a I
tray with fresh fruits, nuts dates
.7 S and Mrs. J. P. Stryker here and
and raisins. I
EMIL MISSINNEPhone drives to and from Daytona : !APart..T\

HE 9.2094 where she has 'a position. ....._...........

t FLAGLER BEACH Mr. and, Mrs. Joel Smith of FRED i A.: FRUITS

I Hawthorne!! spent Sunday here. I' of every dollar

", .:. I I :f--;' .- you earn- should stay with the one

OCEAN VIEW RESTAURANTOn I'I AlWWWTV REPAIRING............................... ; ;:_. person who deserves it the most

The OCEAN at FLAGIER BEACH I. .:..t;-" YOU. The time to save is'I I

u : Bill aut Cmma Zck&ut Bob \;.,J now. -. the place, right here

Our Sunday: Special .'' with our friendly help. Stop i in!

L Barkened Chicken $1-H SERVICEall makes ;- 1 t

Citizens;: Bank Of Bunnell
Sales Tubes and
Choice of Two Vegetable and Salad ,
Tea or Coffee. Dessert Bolls and Butter Antenna Installation

I-" Be Sure 'To Try Our Delicious Home Made, Pies 3% Interest Paid On, Savings Accountsr

PHONE HE 9-2204( 1

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L. for
: many years Beach Information
Illustrations Editor of the Na- "Specializing1 Clean Rest In Rooms"In Service and Flowers For All OccasionsWe
accept orders for Delivery
tional Geographic Magazinewhen The Heart of Flagler Beach
I Anywhere in the U.S.A.
my father, Gilbert Grosvenor I I

was President and Editor. I WILSON SERVICE
Under their guidance the Geo- PEOPLE DO
graphic's outstanding series of

dog paintings began. Today this RICHFIELD PRODUCTSGRANT READ SMALL ADS

vast reservoir of quality color
plates and popular articles from .
The Magazine, together with South Q.S. 1 BunnelL Fla.
The Society's research facilities, Call ID 7-3282 for Details.

makes possible the publicationof AUTO REPAIRS .
this book at its modest pricea -

fraction of what it would otherwise Shields Service Station .
cost. Company
Chester McKenzie Mechanic
"Book of Dogs" describes the "LET US FLOOR YOU"*
origins of various breeds, their xxirir NO.IM.IUST LOOKING. Right Now We'll Overhaul and Armstrong & Kentile .

unusual deeds, special habits g Repair Your Power Mower Sold and InstalledAll
and abilities, size and markings. No Job Too Big Or Too Small Work Guaranteed '

The ancestry of CaDIs families v 111 No. Bay St. Bunnell, i Ormond Beach OR 7.3181 .

ris may be traced back some 50
Y Smitty's 66 Service HARDWARE
. million years to'a, small, tree-
climbing creature called Miads. Phone HE 9-2321
i1 Flagler Beach Hardware
This undoglike patriarch was IJ The Moat Complete Modern
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Auto Service on MASURY PAINTS
also the progenitor of the bear FLAGLER'BEACH'
and raccoon. From Miods came FISHING TACKLE.
r General Repairs-- Balancing
the Eurasian wolf which, zoologists : Towing &Stamps WreckingTV I Duralite Paint-That Good Paint

generally agree, 'was the r I i\tItfW\ HEmlock 9-2193 Hlway No. 11

precursor of domesticated dogs. __ AUTO PARTS-USED FLAGLER BEACH
Owners Lost Thrones I
Egyptian tablets and inscriptions The dog's life has not always Florida's chief seaports, in or- Vet's Service StationNEW

carved 5,000 to 6,000 years been easy. Currently, he is enjoying der of their importance are: & USED PARTS Margaret GivensReg.

ago show that dogs served as the golden age of dog- Jacksonville, Tampa, Pensacolaand Top Prices Paid for Wrecked Cars .
Real Estate Broker
pets, hunters, and objects of dom. In the United States alone, Miami. 24-Hour Towing and,Wrecking Notary PublicSpecializing .

reverence. When, a dog died in 14 million families. welcome him ServiceU. In .

ancient Egypt, the entire their homes. .S.=1 South ID 7.3557 or 7-3470 OCEAN & RIVER PROPERTIESPhone

went into mourning. I "Book of Dogs," which has 342 lilJr JTlagler (SrtinuuBUHVEIX. Ken Mar, Motel-Flagler HEmlock 9-2035 Beach
has fascinating
Every breed a illustrations, mostly in color,
history. Aztecs sacrificed Chihuahuas FLORIDA BAR AND PACKAGE STOBELUCKY'S
may' be obtained from the non BUILDING SUPPLIES
in the hope that noble. profit National Geographic So-

men's sins would be transferredto ciety, Washington 6, D. c., at a MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor BAR WICKLINE '

the dogs. The, Beagle Amer cost of $9.85 postpaid., Publication FLAGLER BEACH Building Supplies

lea's most popular .dog, hunted date was November 24, 1958. De.ts.atea Oflelal PvUlcattoa Dancing Saturday Kites
hares in pre-Elizabe.than Eng .
for Pmblle Ifatlcc .( Flails
land. The Irish Wolfhound, king Duty, aaalelrsUtie.. theretomm Jam Session, Sunday P.M. STEEL

of canies by ,virtue of his size, REFINANCE YOUR 'DEBTS tmm State .! FlH4aKBteve4 BAR-PACKAGE STORE .Flagler Beach HE 9-2254

fought in Rome's imperial circus With a Long Term .

1 in' A.D. 391. The St Bernardhas FEDERAL LAND BANKFARM mm mttmmm, tlmmm artier BIMINI BAR ANDPACKAGE .RESTAURANT .

t; saved some 2, 000, lives. in Fthnarr ..l ........ ,

Alpine rescues. LOAN at ........ FtoriJa* -...r act .fMarca SEASIDE' MANOR
f As a family mammalS, dogs i. 18'MOne 1 MILE WEST OF BUNNELL GAY'S PLACE
t; are still .Tust'since B. W. BRYAN BEER ON TAP
) developing:
: the 18908, conformation,:trim of year' '- '' ., tt-tt, ',IUmw: CITY LDII'I'S'm HOT PIZZA INaMlNUTESSANDWICHES
coat and "
ears of many'familiarbreed & ISis IDOla". 'LJI: ,-3317' Flagler Beach'HE'9.2141
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: Production Oflivestock I ',The value of Florida's pro- :Fresh Yegetables I souhces of ,vitamin AOne I NOTICEOF

cessed feeds is placed'at $21,445- pound makes three servings. STOCKHOLDERS MEETING
I Notice is hereby given that the
000, in this week's business review Add Zest To MealsCrisp Squash, mainly acorn and annual meeting of the Stockholders .

FeedsinStateLagging : of the State Chamber's' research : some hubbard, is generally avail- of the Citizens Bank of Bun-
nell will be held at the' Office of
I and industrial division. cool stimulate able at this season. Winter the Bank in Bunnell. Florida on
days appetites -
Wednesday. January 1/. 1959. at
!!Over two-thirds of this amount and old-fashioned veget- squash has a hard rind and deep 3 00 o'clock P. M. for the electionof
|is in citrus feeds-pulp { a Board of Directors to serve
pellets yellow flesh. As other
abler are yel-
I I I in greatest supply at this I for the ensuing. year and for the

and molasses. season, have distinct appeal, low vegetables, it is rich in vi- transaction of such other business
Florida now' grows and'pro molasses as may properly come before the
Blackstrap meals tamin
A.Fresh .
whether from the meeting.
they come
cesses ,livestock feeds worth $44 from beans cotton seed and 1 Howell V. Peavy. Cashier
I soy home graden or the market. turnip greens, kale and Jan. 1-8-2tc.

million annually. fish ,and meat and, fish scrap Cauliflower, with its white or broccoli, all dark-green veget-

Although more feed crops are are other processed feeds pro creamy-white head surroundedby I ables, are excellent sources of NOTICE: NAME UNDER LAW FICTITIOUS

being grown in the state each duced in the state. : fresh 'leaves is in vitamin A and C. and calcium. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
green ,
year, the expanding livestock Corn and used Notice is hereby given that the
grown on Flor- generous supply. Size has 'little Wise and fortunate are the fami- undersigned pursuant to Chapter

industry is continually pressingthe ida farms was worth $16,042,000last lies who, grow them in their 20953. Laws of Florida. 1941. will
relation to mature
demand higher. Total feed quality, register with the Clerk of the Circuit
,year. Hay of all types;came large or small heads being home gardens. Court. In and for Flagler

consumption within Florida still I to $5,448,000 and oats was worth equally acceptable. However When broccoli is bought in the !L County proof of Florida publication upon of receipt this notice.of

outstrips production: by a wide $585,000. Pasturage, silage, and flower clusters that market, it should have tight, the fictitious name to-wit:
spread apart -
Flagler Beach Trailer Park
margin, Florida State Cham- other fresh feeds are not in- and become "ricy," brown dark-green heads with fresh- der which we are engaged at rent-un-
ber of Commerce reports. ,Thisis included in ing trailer space at Flagler Beach.
these tabulations.The
looking leaves. The heads
ish, or spotted in apperance,,are are Florida, and that the undersignedare
especially true of essential groups of tiny buds, tight and the only persons Interested in
not_ desirable, and .the vegetablemay said business..
grains, while other areas pro state tree of Florida is the lack its crisp, fresh flavor. flowerless when they are gatherat Dated at ,Flagler Beach. Florida
vide markets for non-grain feeds the this llth day of December 1958.
Sabal Palm. The green leaves of cauliflower tender stage. RAY FINCH '
produced in Florida The stems and leaves CHRISTY FINCH
may be used also. Cook themas may Dec. 18-25 & Jan 1-8-4tc
eaten as well as the clusters of
other cooked or
greens are ,
serve them with the cauliflower. buds, but longer cooking should SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

Broken into flowerets, caulifloweris be allowed, particularly for the FLORIDA IN AND FOR IN FLAGLER CHANCERY.COUNTY

delightful eaten out of hand stems. Case No. 3591
s I uncooked 'or''used in a tossed -- Plaintiff

ROCKS AND SAND 3 HOLES salad. One pound makes about JOHN VB.
three half-cup cooked servings. Defendant.

Sweet potatoes are of two Seed PotatoesCAN. NOTICE TO APPEAR
general types. The early-crop JOHN F. FORDHAM. Jr.

\ \ variety, or yams, are moist and P. E. I. Route 1
Cochran Georgia
have a high sugar content. They RED'S YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a suit for divorce has been
o are more easily bruised than
filed against you in the above entitled -
those marketed later in the season & cause and you are hereby

I and should be handled care- SEBAGOES Attorney required to whose serve name upon and Plaintiffs address

,'. fully. appear hereon your written des
CALLHAsTINGS fence if any to the Bill of Complaint -
The later variety, or Jerseys'are in said suit on or before

dry and mealy. Good sweet MY 2-4981 the 31st day of January, A. D. 1959:
I. else decree pro confesso will be
potatoes, including yams, are BUNNELL ID entered against you.

smooth, well shaped and firm. 7.3443I WITNESS my hand and seal of
I said Court this 30th day of De-
Those that are badly mishappen, NOTICE OF APPLICATION- cember. A. D. 1958.

CLEAN SPRING WATER. Clean clear water can be had from or show growth cracks or insect FOR TAX DEEDENWicklinehthe (SEAL)

open spring by using filter made from milk can. Three rows of holes injury, may have considerable given that Geo. As RALPH Clerk E.of HARBERT said Court
bottom with lOd nail Is partially filled with holder of the for ,
are punched near can waste. lowing certificates has filed said By AUDREY B. McKNIGHT
small rocks and clean sand. Sediment, leaves and twigs cannot certificates for a tax deed to be Deputy Clerk
get into can.- ,. Sweet potatoes are excellent issued thereon. The Certificate 'v. 1. WADSWORTH
P. O. Box 396
number and
year issuance
the description of the Bunnell. Florida
property, and
the names in which it was assessed Jan.Attorney for Plaintiff.
are as follows:
Certificate No. 97. year 1952 Lot
2. Block B, Ocean City Sub. Name IN THE COURT OF TilE COUNTY
in which assessed: Geo. B. & Olive JUDGE FLAGLER COUNTY
In town country. Certificate No. '77 year 1953. Lot I IN Re: Estate of
or 2. Block B. Ocean City Sub. Name TABITHA PIERCE HARRIS
: in which assessed: Eva Kressly. Deceased.To .
All said property being in the All Creditors and Persons
County of Flagler. State of Florida. Having Claims or Demands Against
Unless such certificates shall be Said Estate:
THE BIGGEST BARGAIN -\P redeemed according to law the You and each of you 'are hereby
property described in such certifi notified and required to present any
cates will be sold to the highest claims and demands which you. or
bidder at the Court House door on either of you. may have against
the first Monday in the month of the estate of Tabitha Pierce Harris
YOUR BUDGET February. 1959. which is the 2nd deceased late of Sullivan County
' : : IN day of February. A. D. 1959. State of New York to the County
DATED this 6th day of January Judge of Flagler County, Florida
.. A. D. 1959. at his office in the court house of
'. (Court Seal) said County at Bunnell. Florida
RALPH E. HARBERT within eight calendar months from
Clerk of the Circuit Courtof the time of the first publication of
Flagler County. Florida this notice. Each claim or demand
Ws _., wN 's e; January 8-15-22-Z9-4tc phall" be in writing and shall state
the place of residence and post office -
FOR SALE address of the claimant and
L1 The East Flagler Mosquito Con shall be sworn to by the claimant
his agent or attorney and
w' trol District has for sale buildingof any
such claim or demand not so filed
corrugated iron 14 feet by 20 shall be void.
rf- feet complete, with doors also two
You could look the wide world over lean-to sheds attached ;thereon EXA IRENE PIERCE
As Administratrix
CTA of the
s One
20 feet by 15 feet and the Last Will

i'!: -,., and never find .a cheaper, more other Building 20 feet may by be 8 inspected feet. at the First Tabitha Pierce and Harris Testament deceased of

;:.. capable farm hand than your faithful Gage premises 7 of miles the Secretary.north of Mr.Flagler L L. Dec 1958.18-25 publication 1958 & Jan December 1-8. 1959-4tc 18,

.' Beach. t i I
f- ,electric servant-Reddy Kilowatt! Purchaser to remover from pres IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
ent location within 30 days after
-, With tireless speed and energy, being notified of successful bid. Bids FOR IDA. FLAGLER IN CHANCERY COUNTY NO., 33U3 FLOR
'. accepted up to 6:00 P. M. January
Iif-: works around the clock 30 1959. The District reserves the CITIZENS BANK OF DUNNELL
Reddy .. .
f. I right to reject any and all bids and Plaintiff,
waive any informalities in bid- -vs-
( t. '. can perform more than 300 jobs on ding. GERALD" BENNETT and wife,
; the modern farm. Only a "wired MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRI CTGOLGLO LL and wife ELLEN E.
By: Lyman L. Gage.

Fr F : hand" can provide such high .January 15-22-3tc Defendants.

i ....t ,.o.,. : SUIT TO FORECLOSE
.' .. ." Notice is hereby given under the MORTGAGE
provision of Section STATE
608.36. Florida OF FLORIDA
Statutes. 1953. to each of,the corporations TO: RALPH D. GOLL and wife
listed below.the same beIng ELLEN E. GOLL 12970
r.. incorporated under the laws of Pleasant Valley Road,
Florida and according to the records Cleveland 30, Ohio.
; porations under the laws of Florida You. RALPH D. GOLL and wife.
and according to the records ELLEN E. GOLL, are hereby noti
t of the Secretary of State, each "and ned that a*Bill of Complaint and
, every such corporation appears de Amendment to Bill of Complaint to
linquent for three (3) years or foreclose a certain mortgage on the
more in the filing of reports and following described property to-
r- payment of taxes under the pro wit:

visions of. Section 608.33. Florida Lot 10 In Block 6 of the Fu-
r. Statutes. 1953. and that under the quay Subdivision of the Town
provisions of said Section 608.36, of Flagler Beach Flagler Coun
7 Florida Statutes. 1953. said corpora- ty. Florida as per plat of said
'.' ations have been classed as subJect Subdivision on file and of rec
to dissolution and that three ord in the office of the Clerk
: : (3) months rof this publication or the Circuit Court for Flag
\f each and such corporation ler
(:. P.s. Reddy stands ever-ready/ L-' listed below that has not Book County.1 at Page Florida 26. In Plat
in the meantime filed its reports has been filed
against and
.. to serve you indoors, too, *with .< ; I due the and provisions paid the of taxes Section due 608 under.33. are YOUr required Answer to or serve Pleading you a copy to you the of

'r Florida Statutes. 1953. will be certified Bill of Complaint and
.. 'plenty of cheap, dependableelectric to the Governor of, the. Stateof to Bill of Complaint on the plain-
Florida who will issue a Proclamation :- tiff's attorney. H. T.
Cook Citizens
rr: service lighten ',-" at that time .dissolving Bank Building "Bunnell. Florida
said corporation. and file the original Answer
household chores to provide FLAGLER COUNTY Pleading In the office of the Clerk
Name Priaelpal Plate *f B a.laeq
t .. of the CircuJtCourt on or before
more leisure for happier TILTON LAND, CATTLE COMPANY BUNNELL the 31st day of January 1959. If
fall to do judgment
; you so. by default -
VERETAS. INC. will be taken against
.. Florida living. you for
: .sf ._ BUNXELL the relief demanded in the Bill of
,? .." ,, ., { It Is further directed that a copy Complaint and Amendment to Bill
', ".
of this be
notice published one time of Complaint.
r' -;.. In The Flagler Tribune a news This notice shall be' published
a= paper published in Bunnell. Florida once each week for four consecutive
In which county the home office weeks in The Flanrler
s-: ;y Live. :Better... .Farm Better. .Electrically, of the above listed corporationsare DONE AND ORDERED at Bun
shown to be located.IN nell. this
," Florida. 29th day
:} 'VITh ss..WHEREOF. I have cember A. D. 1958. ; of' "*-:
I; hereunto set my hand' caused the RALPH E: HARBERT
Great Seal of the State of\ Florida Clerk of .the Circuit
to be affixed at Tallahassee, the Flagler. County. Court-
i .. K FLORIDA PowER 'a LI. ,COMPAIIY Capital this the 2nd day of :January (Circuit Court Seal) Florida._,
: HT
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,. -- .' ', : ... A. ,D.1959.R."A.- GRAY. By AUDREY.'YeI lTGHT
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\,,' f -\' -Secretary... ...of State;H. T. -Cook,, Attorney-' feor t, ClerkJan. ..,
... Plalntl'
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I The Flagler County Youth. '
I{Council was entertained at a
LOCALS I holiday party on Saturday evening -

.1.1I J N I at the Bunnell. Community,

i Center with about a hundred

I !young people in attendance. Mrs. I
) IDLEWOOD CLUfi' W.M.Y. ASSOCIATIONAL I Kenneth Hunter and Mrs. Levi

INSTALLS SWING MEETING MEETS IN HASTINGS Brannam were hostesses' for the
ON evening. '
The W. M. U. Associational
: I Rev. Hoover of Flagler Beach
,. The Idlewpod Club''hzus install meeting will be held in.the First I
I was present to direct the folk
; ed a new swing at the Playground I Baptist Church in Hastings on dances.
with proceeds from their January 15th at 10 A. M.

annual fall dance. Hall of the t
; Rev. Lester pastor
Mr. and Mrs. L. Lekus, Jr., and
The swing is a ten .foot four- Hastings church, will bring the I family of Philadelphia visited

t swing unit with one of them being devotional on the theme "Es. I in Ormond Beach during the

a kindergarten chair for the'I I sentials of a Good Witness." I holidays with his parents; and

little tots. The seats are aluminum I. Miss Josephine Jones, FloridaW. I also in Flagler Beach with his

with rubber bumpers. As M. U. executive secretary will I aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs.
I. an extra safety there is a center(be the speaker of the day. Charles Tonkin. t,..

support, leaving only two swingsto The special music will be pro I

a section. This creates a vided by the Hastings church.A I
needed safety lane for the child I covered dish lunch will be
this week'spatterns. :
! leaving the swing. brought by the members. Visitors A

The water fountain, which was are cordially invited. !
torn out before the organizationof ... FLO !
evAUOREYwfE' '
the Patrol Boys, has been reinstalled A baked ham dinner, with all : :
and embedded in con. "the trimmings" will be served

I crete. from 1 'to 5 p. m., Sunday, January AUTOMATICWASHER

The City is ,cleaning up and 18, at the Flagler Beach 1i1'!

t putting concrete around the Woman's Club. &

I. drinking fountain and swing, The benefit affair has been Model

and the Club members wish to planned by the Catholics of e Over 50% more clothes, capacity w 4soa

express their thanks to the City Flagler County. They invite 1452 than many other automatics '

. for their help in this worthy pro. public patronage at the dinner ..12 )'rlo
ject. which will raise funds for the S Washes Rinses and Damp $

benefit Bunnell.of St. Stephens Churchin ) ./T.T Dries Automatically


Herbert Rodgers of Bunnell
and Bobby Parker of Flagler
Beach left Sunday for Jackson.ville Charles Tonkin was hon
where they entered Jones ored on her birthday anniversary GET A DEMONSTRATION --.J 1 ( 1

Business College Monday. Sunday afternoon at a coffee OF F.'lW-fta TODAY! -
party at the home of her 6uM
brother in law and sister, Mr.
BONNIE KAREN CYZYCKI and Mrs. L. Lekus, of Ormond

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Steve
I Guests from Bunnell
Qyzycki of Bunnell a daughter attending i4r"" HARRIS APPLIANCEPhone
and Flagler Beach included: Mr. \
: on December 31, at the1 Halifax .t' .
'' and Mrs., Carl Hornsby and
Hospital' in Daytona Beach. The
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John ID 7-3551 Bunnell, Florida.
little lady.weighed five pounds, I
Cannon and son, Mr. and Mrs.
eleven ounces .and has been .
John Baker and children, Mr. _
named Bonnie Karen.
and Mrs. A. B. Anderson, Mr. and
Mrs. Cyzycki and little daughter '

Mrs. Walter Morris, Mrs. William
returned to their home Sun .
, j I Wadsworth, Mrs. C. B. Eisenbach, T HUM .
day. I II I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ludwig, ui .

I I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Murray, Mrs. Market '
: 1 '
Mytrle Cockman, Mr. and Mrs.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert I t .
Byron Hinson, and Charles Ton
Danner and Bonnie at their Venice :
t Park home during the holi kin. Your Red & White Store

day week were Mr. and Mrs. I

Hahlon Warfel and children of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Harris Drew Pattern No. 7/52-A NcW and 119 N. BAY St. Phone ID 7-3496
Halifax, Pa. .xc/f/ng party-going dr... for a mitt of
have returned to their home in
lour to twelve. Shaped neckline and
Fayetteville, N. C., after a holiday ./...... are finithtd with colorful con WE ARE CELEBRATING OUR 6th ANNIVERSARY
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Parker visit here with Mr. and Mrs.L. trast. THANKS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS THAT
and Michael and L. Harris Sr. and No. 1452 with PHOTO-GUIDE It I*
sons, Tony, family.CIIAMBER
,:.. 4, 6, 8, 10 12 year Size 6, 3>
have returned from spending a yard of 35dnchi lard contrast.
week In Leesburg, Alabama, Need/eworlr Pattern No. 141-You'll
with relatives. "bo iurprfoed of how .alil, and quickly IDAHO
I I this attractive butterfly quilt It mode *? .
} .lMli Y Cj ll yn4.YYy PIT appf/que the motifs to hrgo-tlzo BAKING POTATOES 5 lbs,29c
block, Mf fne blocks together, odd 'an
Miss Sandra Deen has returned
and don.
l Interlining and lining tft No. ,
t to Miami where she is Large IcebergLETTUCE ,
employed 141 hat pattern 'pl direction
after pending Christmas Send 35c for each drew pattern/ 25e : la
for each needlework pattern add lOc for Head
holidays here with,her parents t
each pattern for firtt-ctati nailing to
1 I Mr. and. Mrs. R., W. Deen AUDREY LANE BUREAU, Dept. NWNS,"! Goldea, IUpeQANANAS .
J Jr. .. 347 W.*, Adam Street, Chicago'6, ML : 2 23C

H : ;; 1hs

Draglining Rubber Stamps Swifts Brookfield '

4 BUTTER lb 69

; Bulldozing

'Winter Garden 24 oz.

Land Clearing. APPLE PIE .i'-t 1: '. 39C

Grading. MUSIC FOR ELVES Golden Brown 10 oz. h-f :.e:: .
: Maurice Brays of Paris -
; v P. A.. EDMONSO holds for a closeup what is described '.'BREADED SHRIMP :, : J--: : 49e.
as the smallest real violin T. PERRY
IDlewood 7-3376 ARTMUR
i Phone in the world. He made it.

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I" somewhat below the 1957 in demands usually show up in the this year showed fat gains, varying ing the impulses with sensitive
Production Up crease. months, between the winter and from 7 to 21 per cent. radiation counters, scientists can
Fuel consumed by power estimate death dates even after
summer peaks, that is, in Feb-
production -
Electric Power plants during the eight months tens of housands of years.
. pattern as a measure of uary, April and September. This this year amounted to 15 million
business levels is accented in year, March, usually a high con barrels of,oil, 7 billion cubic feet
Electric production in Floridafor this week's business review of sumption month, also reflected of gas and 324,000 short tons of "
all types of consumers* stood the State Chamber's research the drop in business generally. coal. -Oil consumption was up
12 per cent above 1957 through and industrial division. Lowest Compared to 1957, each month 7 per cent and coal use was
the end, of August this year.This .
more than double while gas con.

up-stepping of electric .I I I sumption propped 17 per cent.

other energy. indicators use was far of greater the state's than How Well Do You Know Your. America. ? 1

growth. Further differing

most of these indicators, this 0 --ifl--I_ Every living thing contains

year's 12 per cent exceeded the atoms of radioactive carbon 14. BUT POP HOW
gain in 1957. Most of this year's After death these atoms disintegrate WILL I FINS
gain in electric production was at a fixed rate. By record- A JOB? /
due to growth arid to pent up xkI'z '/7

demands. Weather needs werea ..,..,._........ ._ -. -
; 17 c ,, !!>nI www
contributing factor during the :
first two months of the year, the
Florida State Chamber of Commerce Registered c zl+E

reports. aE I Real Estate BrOker "''EVI
i -c THEY
Over ten billion kilowatt Bunnell Florida t
... ... HIRE' REND
hours of electricity were produced ,}'.....w.: aa_-w.a.aaaa::...?
in Florida during the first FIND AWD

eight monts of 'this year. This BUNNELLLODGE SELL.:
was made up of 9,343,000,000 .
No. 200
kilowatt hours used for general _
F. & A. 11.,
utility purposes (up 13 per cent)
Meets First and Third Tuesday:
and Industrial manufacture of y
1,075,000,000 kilowatt hours. The Dean 'M. Peterson W. M.

3 cent, JOHN A. CLEGG -
latter... figure gained per Secy.

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Test your knowledge your guessing ability. See how far you
CLASSIFIED most read before you can Identify the famous' American city and CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
landmark shown above.

The city shownabove is one of America's most famous year-round H. CRAIG Funeral Director
ADS resorts. Practically surrounded by water, the city is ideal for boating JOHN HARDIN. Associate
enthusiasts and fishermen. Fine fresh water fishing is available along
, IJatlaga safer'tkla feaedt. aM the St. Johns River, 15 miles west of the city. AIR LADY OXYGEN
a eeat ccata per to w.minimum r* _cia laaertla.0o eiarge Founded by the Spaniards in 1565 this city has retained much of CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I. I EQUIPPED
its historic interest and Old World charm. Among the most picturesque I ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
LOST-Ladies inexpensive gold landmarks is the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument -
shown !foreground of the above picture. This historic Spanish -
colored wrist watch nearschoolgym. I Phone 7-3532
fort overlooking Mantazas Bay is but one of the notable land-
Reward if found and returned -
I marks in the nation's oldest city.
to school office. 1.8-ltc The city is St. Augustine, Florida. .. .
FOR SALE-1958 Allstate Motor,

cycle like' new. For information .
call HE 9.2006 1.8.2tc

FOR SALES year old black why the smart switch is to
gelding horse, weight 1000 lbs, or
trade for smaller horse. Roy M. .
Mann Phone ID 7.3217 .

l-8-3te-:. the 59 Chevrolet .
FOB PAUL REVERE non-cancel

lable Sickness and Accident slant. HI-THRIFT 6 NOW PROMPT DELIVERY
Life Insurance, Call Ray Colee, features wider seats and more up to 10% more miles per gallon. Stepped-up shipments have
VA 4.2248, P.O. Box 1206, St.
luggage space. MAGIC-MIRROR VIM PACKED Vffs: eight to assured you a wide choice of
.. Augustine' Fla. l-8-4tc FINISH its shine without choose from with compression

INCOME TAX RETURNS I promwaxing ise prompt delivery-and it's an .
ideal to buy
cooled with deeper drums, up to further refined for a smoother,
Income Tax Consultant
I 66% longer life. OVERHEAD steadier ride on any,kind of road.
1 mile west of Bunnell drive and know
i CURVED WINDSHIELD and One short you'll "
Highway 100. bigger windows-all of Safety the smart switch is to Chevy., '
Phone ID 7.3307 1.1-tfc I Plate Glass.SLIMLINE DESIGN: Come in and be our guest for a CHEVRO LET '- l'.:.'::

FOR SALE-Thor wringer type fresh, fine and fashionable with a pleasure test first chance you get. #

washing machine in good work ,

ing order, $30.00. Call IDlewood ,
7.3340, after 6 P. M. 12-n-tfc
WANTED-Secretary with abilityto
take shorthand. Salary open.
Please'submit application to
"Secretary," care Flagler Tri
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,FOR SALE-2 bedroom CBS
home in Hillcrest, Flagler Beach.
Large lot and large garage, va
cant. Call H. F. Lerch, HEmlock
92395. 12-4-tf

FOR SALE-Oranges and grapefruit '

Call ID, 73664.
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FOR RENT-At Flagler Beach
3 bedroom unfurnished house.

See Harold Massie at Flagler .
Beach. ll-2Y-tI

FOR RENT-_ room furnished .
,apartment; 3-room furnished
apartment, $30.00 a month; 2-
room furnished apartment. Con. .

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