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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: February 26, 1959
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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IS: VOLUME 47, NO. 7 BUNNELL; FLORIDA, THURSDAY* FEB. 26, 1959 $2.50 A YEAR

I ICandidat& I '

r Personal Opinion Full Field: ,of National Future I Five QualifyFor


At Farmers Week Two Places'On

(By M. B. Fuller)

'It has been said, paraphrased' that a "prophet is Flagler BachIn To Be ObservedThe CommissionFive

without Honor in his .own country." But that, is not ... Future'Farmers of America

.- .I or F.F.A. as it is commonly
always true.,
the March 3 election for the men have :qualified as
We, The Tribune staff, and myself specifically, feel Town of Flagler Beach,- eight known is the national organization candidates for two commissionseats
of and for study
boys
:, honored by the large number of Flagler County readers had qualfied in, the race_ for ing vocational, by 'agriculture .in for the.,City of Bunnell.

who have let us know by phone, letters and personal commissioner and three in the High Schools. They are:
I I Harry Atkinson, Levi Brannam
for at time.
race mayor press
that with editorial state-
conversation they agree our Thursday afternoon at .5 o'clockis I I I The F.F.A. is a farmer youth John A. Clegg, C. B. Eisenbach

ment of last week. I the deadline for qualifying.In I organization of voluntary membership and H. F. Wray. Brannam and

We may write others, from time to time, but we I designed to take its Wray are encumbents and are

do not expect the almost unanimous agreement accordedlast I[commissioners the race and Tuesday three I[place along with other agencies up for reelection, with Brannam
a
mayor are J1 I striving for the ,development of being commissionermayor.Holdover .
other
week's statement. We strong
may express to be elected.
I I I I II leadership the building of amore members are CharlesE.
f opinions, but we' shall not knowingly ever be vicious. Those in the race for mayor !I I permanent agriculture and Creal E. S. Morris, and Paul

Our hope .is that citizens will freely express their I I are the encumbent, R. L. the improvement of country life. Stanish. The election will be

opinions and in this way combat and 'overcome the evident Nab George Moody, Sr., and J.L.I The F.F.A. is an intra-cunicu- held next Tuesday.

.spirit of fear that certainly exists now in many Presswood.In la activity having its origin and This is the largest numberof

,minds here. We hope, too, that there will be less of the commission race are: I root in a definite! part of the candidates to qualify for an
Thomas W. Duncan, K. N. Givens school curriculum. Among other election here in several years,
statements which usually are thinly veiled
"they say" Thomas J. Harkness, H. G.I I things, members learn through and is being done in the face

thrusts of character assi iation. Heydt, Sarah E. Martel, Willis! active participation how to conduct of lack of any clearcut or distinctive -

We believe that controversies should be brought,out I l McDowell, Johnny Seale and I I and take part in a public issues.

into the light of day. And, in the words of the "Happy George E. Wickline. j meeting; to speak in public; to The three candidates not run

Warrior" (Al Smith) "Let's look at the record." Incumbent commissioners who buy and sell cooperatively; to ning for reelection are young
are running for re-election are solve their own problems; to finance business men of Bunnell. Atkinson

Givens and Wickline.' Moody is themselves, and to assume is manager of Bunnell Motor

Flagler 4-H'ers Baptist Church I I running for mayor. civic responsibility.The Co., Clegg is an officer of

foundation upon which the Bunnell Timber Co., and

Will ConductCensus the Future Farmers of America Eisenbach is agent for Sinclair
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Exhibit at Central I Know Your School organization( is built includes I Oil Co.Adult.

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Sunday leadership and character development

Florida FairOn ,.,sportsmanship, cooperation -
,Sunday afternoon,_March 1st, Program SetFor service, thrift scholarship Classes
1959, the First Baptist Church ''I

Sunday, February 22nd .will take a countywide census. March 10th and Vocational. patriotism.agriculture is farm Open Tonight At

i four of the dairy yearlings own This will begin at one o'clock. I k ing areas has been recognizedand
;r ed by Flagler County 4-H Club Although it ,is sponsored by the "
Orlando to be I Parents and interested persons accepted for its true value Bunnell School 1 1l
r boys were sent to: : Baptist Church it will .be'bene ; (
and in the
educational
4-H Dairy will have the opportunity to be- place
entered In the State in I I
tidal to all denominations
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An active' F.F.A. has
** Show at.je.C nt al Florida.FaIr; that all I come' more: ;familiar' -with, the system l The Adult Classes vat the JJun- ..,#
'names.tivUl'eturned
w-. in Orlando*"" *-r* everday"school"routine"-andi'cur: made'definite; /contributionIn I nell High SchboF-wlll: begin-on J ;
... f over to', the! denomination[ or I the"acceptance of .vocational ,
I ricular during to be ag-
program Thursday evening February 26that
This is the largest .4-H Dairy church of preference. griculture through the
I I held at the Biinnell High School develop. seven o'clock. Two instructors
Show held in,the state and only A complete file of the Baptist I Cafeteria March 10, at 8 o'clockP. ment of leadership. FormerF. from Daytona Beach Junior
good animals are Church and Sunday School'membership .F.A. members the first to
10 exceptionally .M. Principal Carl Horrisby is are
College have been engaged and
will be in the office
; entered as competition is very kept in charge of lthe for tell of the values they have re-
to Rev. Thomas'Pinner program the text books are now on hand.
I About 200 dairy cattle according rived participating in the
keen. by or-
which final plans are being made Classes will be from 7 to 10
Pastor.
; were entered from about 35 today. ganization. Many of these form- I
o'clock each Monday and Thurs.
counties. All animals members who the values \
Florida Seating will be arranged so ex report day evenings.

had been raised and were owned 4-H.. Club Holds that parents may sit with their have not gone into farming as Those who plan to take typingand

by 4-H Club members.The child's' teacher, it was stated. a vocation, but there are manyof shorthand are ask to bring

judging of the cattle was Meeting Tuesday A film will be shown in the the leaders among farmers. two shorthand pads typing pap

completed Monday, February 23, gymnasium under the supervision As a relatively young organization er, pen and pencil with them.A .
(By Johnny Simpson Reporter)
in the educational
and the entries of Mickey Ram of Coy Hans for the enter systemwe registration fee of $2.00 will
talk
Mr. Taylor a on
gave
I can be justly proud of the
tainment of small children so
and Flynn be made.
Johnny Simpson how the
sey screwworm telling eggs
contribution it has made. The
will
that parents be free to at-
Edmonson were awarded blue I I are layed and how to control
I tend the meeting. future for F. F. A. looks bright.
ribbons. The entry of Mike Mc them. We also discussed planson RAYONIER GIVES

Millan was awarded a high red I a public speaking contest. I The refreshments 4th and 5th according grades'.willserve to LAND TO PELLICER

ribbon. We took four of our calves to
I Stetson CREEK CEMETERYWilliam
Mrs. Charles E. Creal publicity Holding
the Central Florida State Fair in
These were Flagler County'sfirst chairman. F. Miller, forest su-
entries in a large show Orlando Sunday., We came out Classes Here pervisor for Rayonier, Inc., of
with three blue ribbons and. one
where only the best animals in Fernandina has' presented the

the state are exhibited. County red ribbon. Mrs. Jaszczak Each ThursdayDr. Pellicer Creek Cemetery Trustees
Boys from Flagler County who
Agent Howard Taylor said he with a deed to 1% acres of land
attended the fair were Mike Mc- Merriam of Stetson University -
was well pleased with the plac- Z. G. (Zack) Holland said today.
t Millan Flynn Edmonson Mickie Dies In is conducting an extension -
'. ing of the animals as well as. Chicago. I This will be added to the present -
the 4 H Ramsey, Johnny Simpson, Jessie course at the Bunnell School
the performance of boys. two acres which the cemetery -
Overby, along with ..the"county House each Thursday afternoon
e Mrs. Julia Eva Jaszczak of now covers Mr. Holland
..,' The 4-H boys now own approximately agent, Howard Taylo'r/ Korona and Chicago Illinois from three fifteen to six o'clock. said.
40 head of cattle, We left Bunnell at noon Sun- Twenty teachers and othersare
I died in Chicago Hospital on
a Trustees for the Cemetery areJ.
most of which have been ex day and arrived in Orlando about taking the courses.
February 16, according to word E. McCullar and Zack Holland.
hibited at various shows in three o'clock in the after'
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northeast Florida. Taylor said noon. We stayed in Orlando
Mrs. Jaszczak was born in
that a number 6ftt ie-remaining through Monday and Monday
Carniva Penn. and her
family
animals are of good quality and night we attended a banquetheld moved to a Wisconsin farm LETTERS TO '
i could have been. exhibited if in the building of the
when she was small. Her mar-
they had been prepared for Chamber of Commerce, Hall in
ried life was spent in Chicago
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showing by being blanketed, honor of'the 4-H Boys who were I THE
Ill., and Korona, Florida. EDITORa..jJ
brushed daily, fattened and given attending the air.iPISTRICT'S Funeral services were held at

daily care. .
two o'clock Thursday .afternoon,
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The next opportunity for exhibiting -I j FUNDS I February 19 in Chicago. "Dear Fuller; ten in similar vein, but they

,the 4-H animals will beat I AUDIT COMPLETED I Survivors are her husband "Just a 'perSonalnote to ex cannot be printed because no

the Flagler, County Show The state audit of the East'I Jacob; two daughters, Mrs. Gene- press congratulations and i I name was signed.

which will be held in late May. Flagler Mosquito Control District vive Wlos Chicago Heights; and one hundred per cent agreement This newspaper will not print

All animals owned by '4-H'ers shows_ its financial condition to Mrs. Florence Dunson, Crete, Ill; with youon your editorial in recent i I i anonymous communications. The
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are.expected to be shown at.the be fair and that "funds have four sons, Steve Jaszczak of Tribune. i Tribune welcomes "Letters to the

county show,;.due to 'the lack of been, carefully expended" according -'Chicago, Ill.; Raymond Jaszczak. .'We. are just two of the citi- Editor" on any timely subjectbut

a transportation' problem.Mr. to State Auditor Bryan U. S. Army, Donald and Ronald zens of Flagler County'that were the writer must sign the let

Willis report from Tallahassee. Jaszczak of Korona, Florida; shocked at,the verdict rendered. ter. However, when requestedto

and Mrs: L. W. McMillan All 'expenditures were accompanied two sisters, Mrs.;: Helen Klesweskiand "With sincere admiration of do so, the name will not be

( and Mrs. Harold.Ramsey of Bun by receipted ,bills and :Mrs. Lena Uniejeski of Chi your immediate and timely front printed.We .

r nell attended the showing on the books and records were well cago. Four brothers, Alex Stanley page statement AND with the hope our readers will use

kept and, in excellent condition,. Adolph and Adam Gudor- courage of your convictionsand the columns of The Tribune as

Monday.:1 the report' gontinued.George wicz of Chicago. O\1I'S-eal1 hold our heads up a forum to express their opinionson

'. .. ., Moody, Sr., is chairman after your editorial, instead of a worthwhile subjects at all
Augustine, founded in 1665, of the board, Frank Brede I .Love is an ocean of 'emotion feeling of shame.." times. In this way matters may

{ is the 'oldest city in the-m United is vice-chairman, and Lyman I surrounded by expanses of expense Ed Note-The above is but one be brought out, and free discus

States. Gage is' secretary-treasurer.. I .' > one.of a number of letters writ. sion tends to reveal the truth.
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life of some type. Only one-been' offered. Like the earth well Observatory, advanced the along watercourses, and that the
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( New Evidence scientist of 37 queried said no. Mars has polar snowcaps that theory that the so-called "ca planet is being irrigated from II

i. Indicates Life May Scientists generally rule out shrink In summer and spreadin nals" are strips of vegetation (Continued on page 7)
the possibility that Mars could winter. It also has a reddish -- --.-.
have animal life comparable to belt that may be a counterpartto
Exist On MarsMany that on earth because of the the terrestrial belt from the '

near absence of oxygen. How- Sahara to the Gobi. Martian
scientists now believe
nature ever, it is possible that some temperatures are not very different FOR SALE
that life'of a primitive .
exotic form of animal life may from the earth's althoughthe
exists on Mars.
have developed.Life shift from midday to nightis
Some scientists remain skep-
tical, but two recent studies I on Mars has long beena dramatic. 15 Nice Lots North Daytona Avenue
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subject speculation. : -
the life-on-Mars
have bolstered
planet has dusky greenish and Few features of Mars have attracted
the National Geographic 1
theory brownish surface areas that undergo more attention than the Flagler Beach Florida
Society says.Researchers. ,
seasonal changes in'color I faint lines reported by an Italian
at the Air Force
,' and outline, suggesting vegeta- astronmer in 1877. Later Perci-
; Aviation Medicine at $9,750. $350 CASH
School of tion although other theories have val Lowell, founder of the Lo-
Field, Texas, devised
Randolph Balance 20 Semi-Annual Payments Plus 6% Interest I
t experiments to test whether certain -
: organisms, such as bacteria ; Interest and Principal'Payable Semi-Annually. 1
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and fungi, could survive under I I

conditions similar to those on I B. A. BOLTON
Mars. The organisms were
filled with P. O BOX 718 St. Augustine, Florida t
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placed jars nlto-1:

gen at low pressure, corresponding I j
to the Martian atmosphere. II I '

They were then exposed changes-from to sudden II I ,
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77 degrees above zero to 13 be 11

low. II I vr ,Y ,.v.y.;: .. I II &
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died, but those needing little or S $ c1AL .

no oxygen survived and even
grew. The experiment suggeststhat Music I
a least some forms of life SAT. SAT. \
on earth could survive on Mars-
Strong evidence that life exists The Surf Riders j jo

on Mars was reported by Dr.
William M. Swinton? of the Lowell Dancing & Music -

Observatory, Flagstaff, Arizo '
9P.M.to1:30A.M. .A 3 j
na. His spectroscopic studies in. '

dicate that there is matter on Plenty of Parking ,

Mars that absorbs the same KID'S HERO Cuban leader Fidel Castro talks with barefoot MARK ROSE JR., Your Host. t

wave lengths of radiant energy youngsters on a rice farm. The children's parents benefit Flagler Beach On Ocean Shore Blvd. tI
as some plant life on earth. I from Castro's new reform program. -I
Even before these scientific reports .

a survey of scientists,
mostly astronomers, showed

overwhelming. belief in Martian ThE WOIRWS MQsr( IEA1lll11lR1lIllY JP> ( )IPCMSUJi< ) ( j


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Flagler County to enter into and I
make materials contracts supplies for the and purchaseof services Ybull love the full six-passenger comfort in the cars .

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without
requiring competitive bidding -
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thereon providing the amount
to be paid therefor shall not exceed BUILT FOR PEOPLE! BUILT FOR SAVINGS! .
. One T h o usa n d Dollars
($1,000.00)DATED. .at Bunn l1. Flagler Coun- -Just one standard was used by Ford in Savings start the moment you buy) a TH'I I
ty. l Florida A. this 24th day of Feb designing its 1959 car-people First, Ford.A price tag comparison with major 5
ruary.BOARD D.OF 1959.PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Ford made the door openings wider, so competitive cars will prove itl! And you

By Z. OF D. Holland.FLAGLER COUNTY it's easier to get in and out. Next they go right on-saving. Ford's standard engines ,
Superintendent. made sure that six big people-not just that thrive on regular gas save you
Feb. 26ltefie four or five-could stretch out on seats a dollar each tankfuL Fords Full-Flow DOUBLE

that are padded their full width. Result? Oil Filter means oil changes only each ,
m More room for everybody's legs elbows, 4000 miles. Ford's aluminized mufflers (
. la11tr tfrihuttrBUH1TRLX hips and hats...more solid comfort than last twice "as long. And new Diamond a

FLORIDA ever before. / Lustre Finish never needs waxingl! VALUE f

KEEP YOUR FORD,ALL FORD WITH GENUINE FORD PARTS :
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Thursday, February, 1959 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE

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Conceptions a valley in the eastern'Mediter tation and rotation would some ,
ranean. Surrounding mountainsheld J what flatten the earth at the
Earth's Shape up the sky, from which poles, giving it the shape of an ;
stars were suspended. The sun "oblate spheroid." However, a Call On Us ,
Varies With'Time god's barge floated from behind group of French scientists in the
the mountains to bring day and early. 18th century maintainedthe ,
/ Some -ancient Greeks thought passed on to create night.In I earth was egg.shaped and
the earth was a plate supportedby Polynesian mythology the I called the British Newtonians ,
four elephants standing on god Tangora fished up the "earth flatteners." .
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a big turtle. The latest scientific earth from the ocean, but it I The dispute was resolved after ;;: ."
theory holds that the earth I broke his line and slid back beneath expeditions were sent to Peru '"
is pear-shaped. II I. the waves, leaving only I and Lapland in 1735 and 1736 When if; .
These are but two of the many fragments that formed the South to measure the-length of a meridian -I
fanciful and profoundly scientific -I I Sea Islands. degree near the Equator I ". .
conceptions men have had I I Even in modern times, and near the North Pole. The
of their planet, the National I I there have. been strange ideas measurements showed the
Geographic Society ays. about the earth. In the late 19th earth's basic shape to be an oblate .

In another early concept the century, an American group spheroid. You Need
I The orbit of the Vanguard
earth was pictured as, a box- called Koreshans evisioned the, uneven
satellite launched in 1958
shaped mass floating on a limit universe as a finite hollow globe,
less sea. The Greek poet Ho with men living on its concave, indicates the earth is less sym- :**
mer's idea: a convex disk surrounded inner surface. The Koreshan. sun i metrical than thought, being
I I slightly pear-shaped, with the
by Oceanus. had a dark and bright side, and:I
I narrower end in the Arctic and
Many primitive men believed it revolved only 4,000 miles'
the broader base in the Antarctic.
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they lived on a flat plain, away. .
wrinkled in places with mountains For centuries, however, schol- ? GOODPrinting
-and valleys and cut by ars have had realistic conceptions .
rivers. The sky was a domed of the earth's shape. One
... ceiling illuminated at night by of the first men to believe the
tiny globes of fire. earth spherical was the philosopher -I
Mountains Hold Up Sky Pythagoras, who lived in
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The Egyptians' view of the the 6th century B. C.

world, like that of many ancient Eratosthenes, a Greek_ .
peoples, was limited by the ter. pher of the 3rd Phlloso-I
rain they knew. Thus in their first measured the size
eyes the earth was confined to earth, assuming it was a sphere. r

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taken to be perfectly round-
FRED A. 'by those who didn't think it was
'I'flat Sir Isaac Newton questionedits ,
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PAGE, FOUR THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, 'FLORIDA Thursday,,February 26, 19597htr

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TENTH BIRTHDAY PARTY Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Pope, Jr., The Seminole Indian populationhas

and family of Atlanta, Ga., were been increasing steadily in
Beach Mrs. Bernie Wilson entertained guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert the last 75 years.
a group of little friends at in their
Bertha for the. weekend
her home last Friday afternoon
beach home here. They came
LUNA BABBITT with a birthday" party, honoringher down to attend the races in Day- A BUNNELL

Telephone HEmlock 92098 daughter, Joann, whose tona Beach.. G LODGE No. 200
tenth birthday was on Sunday.
F. & A. 11..
Winter Resident I WOMAN'S CLUB REPORT Decorations were in motif.the George Fa- Mrs. Leonard Moody who is Meets First and Third Tuesday "
The Woman's Club Cook School Washington birthday attending Florida State Univers
Dies In Flagler last Wednesday had an attendance vors for all guests were placed I ity in Tallahassee, and daughter Dean M. Peterson W. M.

Beach UnexpectedlyLewis of 90 when Mrs. Mary around the serving table which Eula visited here during the JOHN A. CLEGG. Secy.

Edison Jones of Pinckard conducted a demonstration was centered"1 with a birthday weekend with Mr. Moody. __
"Lew" cake shaped like a cherry tree.I
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Nelsonville, Ohio, aged 55, died ''I' for the Florida Power and The cake was served with ice

Sunday night in Flagler Beach, Light Co. She was assisted by cream and punch. Mrs. Wilson)I POOR DIET AFFECTS EYES Bob'SERVICE
following a brief illness. He was I[Mrs. Lucy Dally, Mrs. Isla Kes- TV
assisted Mrs. Ross
t, and had. been I ter and Mrs. L. H. Church. was by Angus I Poor diet affects your eyes.
. a tavern operator Johnson.
life long resident of Nelson Club members, Mrs. Mary No- and Mrs. Betty American eye, specialists treat-
a
ville. I vick, Mrs. Emily Bondy and During the games, prizes were ing patients In India, where the
Elaine Tidwell and
;: .a/' wlnter Mr::;. Esther Heydt were hostesses given to diet is deficient in protein, were all makes
visitorat
He had been Bobby Gumble. Other guests
and served cookies with coffeeat surprised to find youthful cata-
Flagler Beach for 'the past were Sandra Owens, Vicki Moore,
the opening. ract patients. Cataracts are gen-
and had arrivedfor Roble, Sales, Tubes and
eight years, just After the interesting demon- Patty Cynthia McCraney erally associated with age, but
his annual stay when he was Linda McNab, Debbie Johnson, Antenna Installation
strration, prizes were awardedas the poor diet in India makes
taken till. Barbara Wilson, Tommy Duncan,
follows: Mrs. Ruth Marker cataracts prevalent among the
He is survived by his widow, I Scott Wilder, Dale Abbott, Dale PHONE HE 9.2204
received a deep;fat fryer, donated !I young.
Mrs. Forrest Jones Nelsonville; and David Johnson. i I
by the power company.)
and six sisters and
one daughter
The other winners were given j J
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all of whom
two grandchildren
food that had been prepared'during ]I Mrs. Mary Hart visited during
reside in Ohio.
the demonstration: Mrs. I the weekend in Washington, D. ANNOUNCING \
The remains forwaded to
Nelsonville Tuesday were evening for I'I Mittie McKinnon, Mrs. E. V. Taylor ,C. with her daughter, Mrs. i tI
' Mrs. Emily Bondy, Mrs. C. I Thomas Clark. am a candidate for the office of Commissionerof
services and interment later in
the week. W. Jarvis, Mrs. Richard Brad- i I The Town of Flagler Beach.If .
. I I street, Mrs. David Pritchard, Mrs.
I Mrs. 'May Patterson, who is
; Craig Funeral Home of Bun- elected I shall endeavor to represent the
Esther Junegling, Mrs. Carolyn !I
the winter here in the
nell, 201 East, Moody Blvd., was spending people of Flagler Beach in a Fair and Impartial
Barditzky, Mrs. J. L. Burgess, Brusich cottage, has gone to Orlando
in charge of local arragements.Mr.
Mrs. Grace Clay, Mrs. Irene for two weeks. manner at all times.

Masemore, Mrs. Catherine Raul- Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated.
and Mrs. Wilbur Bowen
son, Mrs. Ida Lerch, Mrs. Ada Mr. and Mrs.. Ray Lehr and
and daughter, Nancy, from E.
Braintree, Mass.,. are visiting I Schreimer and Miss\ Flora Gage. daughter, Suzanne. are moving' SARAH E. MARTEL "
Special Turkey'I this week', to their home
I new on
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.I I Paid Political Adv.
Sunday' Dinner South Flagler Ave.
Bradford Bowen of Sixth.St.
The Woman's Club considered I

Robert Schatz motored to Mi I t their turkey dinner Sunday an' Miss Catherine Porte, who recently -I 1I 1----
extraordinary success with 350
withan
accepted a position
ami during the weekend to at-
dinners sold. Mrs. Betty Shultz insurance firm in Jackson !I f
tend a boat show and also visit Announcing
and Mrs. Marie Brede are grate-
ville, returned here during the
with his son, Fred Schatz. He p
ful for assistance they received to'be
. was accompanied there by 'A. T. weekend with her parents,
from club members and also for
Burt of Daytona Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Max I ,Porte. I am a Candidate for the Office of Mayor of
the public response. Special

. . . piano music was furnished by Mrs. Lena McGowan, winter: Flagler Beach.If .
Mr. Weber who is spending the resident in Daytona Beach, was elected I will continue to work for the development

What The Bible Says winter here. the house guest this week, 'of ,of Flagler Beach as an Ideal City to

The bake sale next Saturdayby Mrs. Agnes Lee Miss Mary Fur- live in year round with, our families 'as' well as'
THERE IS; ONE GOD. the post office will start at rer accompanied her here Sun- an attractive Resort City.

(Ephesians 4:6) 9 a. m. with Mrs. Alice Charonin day and spent that day with
I
charge. Mrs. Grace Clay is them. Your Vote and Support at the Polls on March

Listen"HERALD chairman for the club's benefit 3rd Will be Appreciated.

card party on the evening' of Everette Davis from Taylors-

OF TRUTH" March 6th. ville, N. C., stopped over herewith
his parents, Mr. and Mrs.D. George Moody Sr.
Over WPDQ, 600 KC at 8:30 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Miller and E. Davis while making a busi-

SUNDAY family visited with relatives in ness trip to South Florida. I Paid Political Adv.
Alachua last weekend.
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} Thursday, February 26, 959" THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE

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I MISS DANIELS HONORED DEBORAH ANN JOHNSTON to 16 of Deborah's young guests.

AT A COFFEE PARTY HONORED WITH A

AND SHOWERMrs. BIRTHDAY PARTY\... 4 Lovelace Gordon, student at

Deborah Ann Johnston was Florida State University in Tal-
Robert Bertha 'and Mrs. I
honored with a birthday party lahassee, will leave this weekon
William Deen entertained witha
I Saturday afternoon February a tour of the west coast of
Cofee and Shower Wednesday
14, at the home of her parents, Florida with the Symphony Orchestra
morning at the Bertha home in
Mr. and Mrs. 'Carlton Johnston.A of the university. Love
Bimini, honoring bride;elect Miss
valentine theme was carried lace recently completed his tour

Wedding VowsStuartBradley ;;, I PEARSON-HARRIS Marsha Daniels. out in the party decorations and of duty with the U.S. Navy.

WEDDING PLANSANNOUNCED I The refreshment table was favors. A heart-shaped cake,
overlaid with white cut work (Continued 8)
Are Spoken I a decorated as a valentine with on page

, .Mrs. Edna Stuart ot Daytona- ( The marriage of Miss Alice an cloth arrangement and the centerpiece of white was and candles, was table.featured: on the refreshment .... ..._.......,..,.........

Beach and Herbert E. Bradley Faye Pearson to Mr. Clinton E. a F. ALFORD
yellow mums. The
I pom-pom feature of
of Bunnell united in Harris will be at eight o'clockin Group games was a Registered
were mar-
.j bridal motif was also f -:ed out entertainment the after-
riage in an impressive ceremonyat the evening of Friday, March I lln the favors. during I.-- .I
noon for the guests and Real Estate Broker!
the First Methodist Churchof sixth, at the home of the bride's young
I Mrs. John F. Jc.-ts, aunt of prizes were given. I!
Bunnell at eleven o'clock, parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. M. BunnelL Florida
the honored guest, poured. Ice cream and cake was served .... .... ..... ...... .
February 14. The: doubly I ring;I Pearson. j I 1"I I ..-".. .. ... ...........:'..*
ceremony was performed( by the .
A small home wedding is ,
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pastor of the church, Rev. Wesley i
O. Wilder. planned with only the immediate FOR

Baskets of white gladolia and family attending. Miss Pear- Prompt Dependable Courteous
son will have as her matron of this week's'
chrysanthemums formed the set
honor Mrs. Paul Pearson. Serving -
ting where the vows were speken. patterns.
HI-THERM GAS SERVICESEE
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.. as best man for Mr. Harris ,
will be H. V. Peavy. sYAU uYwu
The bride chose for her wed

ding a light blue street length I I Following the ceremony, Mr.

gown fashioned with a fitted I and Mrs. Pearson will entertain y HARRIS APPLIANCESPhone

bodice and full skirt. She worea with a reception at their home,
ID 7-3551 Bunnell
white headband with a circlet 345 'Daytona Ave., Holly Hill,
r I Countywide Delivery Service
veil. Her accessories were white Florida. *

and Navy and she carried a white I GAS CYLINDERS GAS APPLIANCES
No formal invitations are be-
Bible topped with a hand corsage -
ing sent but all friends of the 1} c
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of white rosebuds.Her v,5'
couple are invited to the recep Lb
only attendent was Mrs.
tion. VOTE FOR
Arline Knight who served as II

matron of honor. She was at- r

tired in a beige gown fashioned MRS. PELLICER HOSTESSTO C. B, EISENBACHFOR
I
along the same lines as that of COUNTRY CLUB

the bride an"her accessories were MEETING

i brown. Her flowers was a corsage ; .
of pink carnations. I Mrs. Naomi Pellicer was hostess M aTi

at the Country Club meeting -
best
Serving as man was CommissionerIf
Charles Hoff of Bunnell. Ushers : which was held at the William City

were Eldon Knight of Bunnell I Deen home last week.

and Robert Fout of Ormond I Members discussed the Cab- ? c r elected I will assume my duties with an open .
Beach. J4
Ball which will be held on
[ bage : mind with the intention of acting all questions
on
Following the ceremony a reception -J I April 18 with Raymond Gage

, home followed at the Knight j*and his orchestra. Committee in the interest and for the benefit of the people of
on West Moody Boulevard. chairmen were appointed'to

The brides table was overlaid make the final plans for the affair Bunnell. i

with a, white cloth and centered I "....s.' '. Y ,
with white and pink flowers. A Paid Political Adv. :
Tickets and reservations will \1157a
two tiered white cake decorated
on sale Saturday a. m. March
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with pink rose buds was fea-
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; tured at one end of the' table..
Mrs. Pellicer served tempting
, and punch was saved from oth-
, refreshments to those present.W. .
er end of the table. .
BRANNAM'SFood.
Mrs. Robert Fout cut the cake
.M.U. TO OBSERVE
and Mrs. Lee Bourne presided
WEEK OF PRAYER
i at the punch bowl.
The Woman's Missionary
i Following a short wedding Market
Union of the First Baptist Church
t trip the couple are now residing 384 NDr.ss .
I will hold their week of prayer
at their home on West
High- for home missions March 2 Pattern No. 578-HEIE"S a
way 100. < .... graceful afternoon frock designed In a Your Red & White Store
F The bride is the 'daughter of through 6. The meetings will I wId. range of fixes for /he stgntfma* .
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be from 10 to 11 each two figure.
I Mr. ,and Mrs. Ralph G. Costner the church. The theme morningat is No. 1578 with PNOTO-GUIDE I, In 119 N. BAY St. Phone 10 7-3496

I of Daytona Beach and the Groom butt>> siza 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50,
f is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A.G.: 'Tarry And Tell. I 52. Size 38, 4'/, yard of 35-in, '/ ANOTHER WEEKEND OF S1.o0 DAY SPECIALS
yard contrast.
Bradley of Espanola.
I Need/ework Pattern No.384-H-You'll
i I Mr. and Mrs. 1.:. B. Fuller were find this FROZEN FOODS
It I bright rug fascinating to croch.tend
Visiting here with Mrs. Gporge in Orlando Saturday and Sunday jo ,erTlllce to u*.."',eoy to mole

r I Biddle Tuesday was her cousin, where Mrs. Fuller was attending In your favorite color No.'384-N hat Bird.seye 10 ozBUTTER j
crocnef' directionsvariations of designs/
Mrs. Grace Lehman of Jackson- a meeting of the Advis- stitch illuttroiions. BEANS 6 SIDa.

ville.i ory Committee of the State Send 35c in coins for each dress pot- for
i I Democratic Executive Committee. fern, 25c for.ach needlework pattern Birdseye 10 OL
odd lOc for each pattern for firsf-c/ass
mailing) to AUDREY LANE BUREAU,Depf. GREEN PEAS 6 for SlOO
Charles Turner Gor-
ANNOUNCING Lovelace "NWNS 367 Wad Adams. Sfv Chicago
don, Gloria McArn, and Johnnie 6,Illinois Frozen Rite 24' PARKERHOUSE or CLOVERLEAF
, The Opening of a
Durrance students at Florida
$
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[ NURSERYSHRUBERY spent the past weekend here with Winter Garden 24 iD. .
their families.
APPLE PIES ,'' 3 forslOO

CLIFTON WEBB
I Mr. and Mrs. L. W. McMillanand

Mrs. Harold Ramsey of Bun Bed b White No. 1 _

I CITRUS TREES nell motored to Orlando Mondayto TOMATO SOUP '10$1(

At The Home' of attend the 4-H Club cattle .

showing at the Central Florida, Red & White 24 oL .
, L. L. Harris,- 306 Howe St.

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:; SIX T THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, February 26, 1959

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', Ji Great"salesmanship Is'a lot' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND : IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF

How Well of little sales put together. FOR IN FLAGLER CHANCERY COUNTY NO. 3641 FLORIDA -i FLORIDA SEVENTH JUDICIAL
Do You Know Your America? THOMAS DIAMOND 'and wife. I I COUNTY.CIRCUIT, IN IN AND CHANCERY FOR FLAGLER -I

f IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF* HAKKKLIA DIAMOND.. MARGARET C. THOMPSON.
FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN Plaintiff. i ivs Plaintiff.
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CHANCERY NO. 3643
. ,t yg vRv.i.' :. NICHOLAS T. ANGELAKOS. : vs.
': ; .. ESSIE, L.> KELLEY.Plaintiff. I and wife. KALLY ANGKLAKOS. 1 OMA M. THOMPSON.Defendant.
P. ti;}y Via!:: .: M::}?:.Y. .
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': ; h'c.k Defendants. I
7flHH.li: %. :A.;.Y.4.:{:.31.HR.rKj44.a!;:' ,,: { ; :: :}.:.yii4i :
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:;tii.} ,I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN I NOTICE
SAM S. KELLEY ,. MORTGAGE FORECLOSURESUIT THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
r .{ .f ..:1,}j if+!?::F'A' ..... Defendant. TO FORECLOSE MORTGAGE-I OMA M. THOMPSON
,..:.. :,'v ? 1. r !/Rv.NR.wnf': NOTICE TO DEFEND STATE OF FLORIDA\ i, ResidenceUnknownIt
, .ll 4 { N y.y$ r G 411 l I fi ; .lx YIX y :. r{1 ;J 4 4/}1''Y JyCt THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: TO: NICHOLAS T.' ANGELAKOS is ordered that you file your
t.t. iF..}.{.:; irg"}}?:' Sam S. Kelley and wife KALLY ANGE- I Answer if any. on or before March
. y /w.... iikh.+i. r-,,,'{ { ; n Address UnknownYou LAKOS 500 Union St.. Brunswick 16th. 1959. at the Office of the
are hereby notified that a Georgia I Clerk of the Circuit Court at Bun-
<../,. .r.-/ ... l.{. suit has been filed against you in You. NICHOLAS T. ANGELAKOSand I nell. Florida and serve copy
q : the above entitled cause; and you wife KALLY ANGELAKOS. are thereof on Plaintiff's Attorney
- are hereby required to file your hereby notified that an amended I whose name and address appear
I I answer with the Clerk of this bill of Complaint to foreclose a I hereon. to the Bill of Complaint
I Court and to serve a copy thereof certain chattel mortgage and can- filed against you in the above entitled -
6'G ;;( upon the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney cel a lease and option to purchaseon 'I cause the same being a suit
whose name and address the following described property, for Divorce.
Is: to-wit: WITNESS my hand and seal of
t Donald E. Buck Lot 9 and the NW% of Lot 10. said Court this 10th day of February -
tt" Exchange Bank BuildingSt. Block 1'7' %. Town of Bunnell. Flag- A. D. 1959.RALPH .
Augustine Floridanot ler County Florida together with E. HARBERT.
" r : :. ,: later than March 27th A. D. all the tenements hereditamentsand Clerk' Circuit Court.
". { I 1959. appurtenances thereto apper- Flagler County. FloridaP.
I If you fail to do" so. decree pro taining. B. HUFF
confesso will be entered againstyou The business known as the Dixi- 113 North Fourth Street.
: for the relief demanded in the ana Grill together with all of the Palatka. Florida.
bill complaint.. The nature of kitchen and dining room furnitureand I I Attorney tor.., Plaintiff.
\ __ said suit being for divorce. fixtures of every kind and Feb. 12-19-26 & March 5-Itc
WITNESS my hand and seal of character used in the operation of >
said. Court this 18th day of Febu-- said restaurant business now con- NOTICE
...o..t ary A. D. 1959. tained in building situated on Lot NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
(Official Seal) 9. and the NWft of Lot 10 of the Board of County Commissionerswill
RALPH E. HARBERT. Block 17%. Town of Bunnell. Flag- receive sealed bids on Monday
Clerk of said Circuit Court ler County Florida, together with the 2nd day of March. 1959. at the
Feb. 26 & Mar. 5-12:19-4tc '_ the good will and all occupational hour of nine o'clock .A. M. in the
Test your knowledge. or your messing ability. See how far yon licenses.. List of major equipment Clerk's office In the Flagler County
. must read before IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF mortgaged hereby ia attached Court House for the following:
you can Identify the famous landmark shown FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN hereto. and by reference included The installation of a thirty (30)
above. CHANCERY NO. 36S2 herein. (Equipment listed given below gallon electric water heater in the
HELEN W. HAYES.Plaintiff. ) County Jail.
'" Thousands of visitors to a famous American city always include 2 Deep Freeze The successful bidder will be required -
the building shown above on their list of "things to see." vs. I 1 Reach In Box to furnish all materials and
ASTOR W. HAVES 1 small gas range labor.
.. This landmark known as the Cradle of Liberty thrills ;young and Defendant. 1 Gas Deep Fryer For complete details contact
old alike as' it has for over 200 NOTICE TO DEFEND: : 1 Small Steam Table Sheriff Homer W. Brooks.
;years.
" THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: 1 Upright ice box The Board reserves the right to
First built in 1742 as a gift to the city from "the topmost merchant .Astor W. Hayes 1 Working table reject any or all bids.

in all town." the landmark burned in 1761 and was rebuilt in 1763. Address UnknownYou 1 6-eye range with grill at- Dated at Bunnel. Florida, this
are hereby notified that a tached. 10th day of February A. D. 1959.
". The structure built in that ;year was enlarged by; architect Charles suit has been filed against you in 1 Slice (E) Machine (Official Seal)
Bulfinch in 1805. the above entitled cause; and you 1 Working Table C. H. COWART Chairman.
Used as a market place and are hereby required to file your 1 Toaster (Double) Board County Commissloers.
public meeting hall this building was answer with the Clerk of this 2 Fans (Elec) Flagler County. Florida.
the scene in pre-Revolutionary; days; of more heated discussions than Court and to serve a copy thereof Misc. Kitchen Utensils ATTEST:
any; other structure: Fiery; speeches made here kindled the upon the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney 10 Tables RALPH E. HARBERT. Clerk
sparksof whose name and address 1 Counter W/7 stools Board of County Commissioners -
the American Revolution.The Is: 1 Pie Case Flagler County I
landmark: Faneuil Hall. Boston. Massachusetts. Samuel V. Holch 1 Adding Machine Florida.
Highway 17 1 Typewriter February 19-26-2tc
P. O. Box 471 Misc. dishes glasses & silver
-- East Palatka. Florida 2 high chairs IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
not later than March 28th. A.- D., 1 Dish Washer Sink FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA. IN
1959. 1 Can Opener CHANCERY NO. 3629
, If you fall to do so. decree pro 37 Chairs MILTON' S.. OLDERSHAW.
confesso will be entered againstyou 1 Drink (reach In) box Plaintiff.
Tired of Paying Rent? for the relief demanded in the 1 Cash Register National OLDEP.SHAW
bill of complaint. The nature of 1 Ice Tea Jug IDA V. .
said suit being: for Divorce. 1 Air Conditioner Defendant,
WITNESS my hand and seal of 2 India Statues (Wall plaques) NOTICE TO DEFEND
said Court this 24th day of Febu- has been filed against you and you I THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
COME SEE US ary A. D. 1959. are are required to serve a copy ."Idav.. Oldershaw
(Official Seal) of your Answer 01' Pleadings to the 406 South Washington
RALPH E. HARBERT Amended Bill of Complaint on the Moorestown., New Jersey
Clerk of said Circuit Court plaintiff's attorney H. T. Cook. You are hereby notified that a
Feb. 26 & Mar. 5-12-19-4tc Citizens Bank Building. Bunnell suit has been filed against you
FlorIda. and file the original An- in the above entitled cause; and you
NOTICE OF !SALE swer or Pleadings in the office of are hereby required to file your
Notice is hereby given that-under the Clerk of the Circuit Court on answer with the Clerk of ,this
and pursuant to that certain Final or before the 1st day of April. Court, and to serve a copy thereof
Decree of Foreclosure and Sale 1959. If you fall to do so, Judg- upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney -
. rendered on the 18th day of Febru- ment by default will be taken whose name and addressis
y i.allf ary A. D. 1959. by the HonorableGeo. against you for the relief demanded : '
+.2..vr ialE's rov b .,' -Wm., ;Jackson one of the in the Amended Bill of Complaint. Ray Selden
Judges of the Seventh Judicial Circuit This notice shall be publishedonce Selden Building
of. the State of Florida in and each week for four consecutive Daytona Beach. Floridanot
for Flagler County in that certain weeks In The Flagler Tribune. 'I later than March 6th, A. D.
cause lately pending in the Circuit DONE AND ORDERED at Bun- 1959.
Court of Flagler County Florida nell Florida, this 23rd day of Feb- I If you fail to do so. decree pro
in Chancery where Citizens ruary A. D. 1959. confesso will be entered againstyou
Bank of Bunnell. a State Banking RALPH E. HARBERT for the relief demanded in the
Company was plaintiff and Gerald Clerk of the Circuit Court bill of complaint. The nature of
Bennett and wife. Joanne Bennett Flagler County Florida said suit being for divorce.
and Ralph D. Goll and wife. EllenE. (Circuit Court Seal) WITNESS my hand and seal of
Goll were defendants being By Audrey B. McKnight said Court this 28th day of January.
case No. 3593. I. the undersignedClerk Deputy Clerk. A. D. 1959.Official .
of the Circuit Court in Flag- H. T. COOK. ( Seal)
ler County. Florida will on ;Thursday Citizens Bank' Building. I RRALPH E. HARBERT.
the 12th day of March A. D. Bunnell Florida i Clerk of said Circuit Court
NO DOWN 1959, at the north front door of the Attorney for Plaintiff I Feb. 5-\2-19-26-41c
PAYMENT! Flagler County Courthouse In Bun- Feb. 26 & March 5-12-1J-4tc:
Florida dur- IN THE COITNT'.JUDG.S
i nell. Flagler County. COURT
ing the regular and legal hours of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. OF ; IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY.
sale offer for sale and sell at pub- FLAGLER: COUNTY FLORIDA IN FLORIDAIN
Extra Construction Features in All Bevis Homes I lic outcry to the highest and best CHANCERY NO. 3563 Re Estate of
bidder therefor for cash in hand ANN i ANNA- WISCHOW
5 in order to satisfy the said Final KAMINSKI.Plaintiff.. I Deceased
TREATED SILLS and FLOOR JOIST Decree of Foreclosure and Sale a- .. I NOTICE OF ENTRY OF ORDER OF

DOUBLE FRAMING ON ALL OPENINGS foresaid. the following described STEVEN JAMES KAMINSKI ADMINISTRATION UNNECESSARY
property situate lying and beingin Defendant Notice Is hereby given to all persona -
FULL FOOT CEILING Flagler County.' Florida to-wit: NOTICE TO DEFEND having claims or demands against -
SOLID PIER BLOCKS Lot 10' in Block 6 of the Fu- THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: the estate of Anna Wischow.
quay Subdivision of the Townof Steveu James Kaminski deceased that an order of administration -
.- TOP QUALITY PAINT. CHOICE OF COLORS Flagler Beach Flagler 7 Willow Place ;' unnecessary has been entered -
County Florida as per plat of Mount Vernon New York by the County Judge: the total
said Subdivision on file and of You are hereby notified that a cash value of the estate of such
record In the office of the Clerkof suit has been filed against you in decedent is In the sum of Four
the Circuit Court for Flagler the above entitled cause; and you Thousand Five Hundred Dollars
Built On Your Lot County. Florida, in Plat- Book are hereby required to file your (94,500.00) and the name' and address -
1 at page 26 answer with the Clerk of this of those to whom It has been
I Dated at Bunnell. Flagler County. Court and to serve a copy thereof assigned by such order is as fol-
Low I Florida this 23rd day of FebruaryA. upon the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney follows: Iva M. Strader daughter
Monthly PaymentsLocal I .' D. 1959. whose name and address 3001 Chapin Avenue. Tampa, 11,
RALPH E. HARBERTAs Is: Florida. All claims and demandsof
Clerk of the Circuit Ray Selden creditors against the estate of,
Representative Court of Flagler County. Selden Building such decedent shall be duly sworn
Florida Daytona Beach Floridanot to and filed in the office of the
\ MRS: BETTE McDANIEL Feb. 26ltcIN later than March 27 A. D. 1959. County Judge within eight months
If you fail to do so decree pro from the first publication of this
Phone ID 7-3206 Bunnell Florida THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH confesso will be entered againstyou notice or the same will be forever
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF for the relief demanded in the barred according to law.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND bill of complaint. The nature of This 27th day of January A. D.
FOR FLAGLER COUNTY. IN said suit being for divorce and cus- 1959.. .
Bevis Construction Co. CHANCERY NO. tody or minor children. IVA M. STRADER.
Inc. HUGO V. GODDARD.Plaintiff. WITNESS my hand and seal of Petitioner
said Court this 24th day of Febru- T. T. Cook. Esquire
Call Collect EA vs. ary A. D. 1959. Bunnell. Florida
55317Palatka, FloridaOPEN ALBERTA GODDARD.. (Official Seal) Attorney for Petitioner

DAILY 8:00 A. M. TI!. 5:00 P. M. Defendant. RALPH 'E. HARBERT Feb. 5-12-19---4tc
NOTICEIN Clerk of said Circuit Court
LAKE: CITY HIGHWAY /= MILE WEST OF WYE AT THE NAME OF THE STATEOF Feb. 26 & Mar. 5-U-19--4tc IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
NEW FLORIDA: FLACLKR COUNTY FLORIDA IN
PALM AVENUE INTERSECTIONFOR TO: ALBERTA GODDARD. whose IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF CHANCERY NO. 3633
address and place of residence: FLAGLRR COUNTY FLORIDA IN MARGARET LUCATELLI
, Unlonville.'Ontario Canada In care CHANCERY NO. 3530' Plaintiff
of Carrie Sellers. FRANCES JACKSON.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Plaintiff JULIUS LUCA vs.
ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHF a Bill of Complaint has been vs. TELLI.Defendan ,
filed against you in the Circuit HERBERT JACKSON' JR.. NOTICE TO DEFEND
Court of the Seventh Judicial Cir-
Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO
:
cuit of Florida. In and for Flagler NOTICE TO DEFEND Julius Lucatelli .
AMBULANCE "- H County. In chancery. by HUGO V. THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Julio's Villa Stresa
GODDARD The nature of this suitis Herbert Jackson. Jr. Tappan RoadNorwood.
. PHONE VAlley| 4.1615 a Bill for Divorce. You are 80 Penwood Drive New Jersey
SERVICE hereby required to file personallyor Trenton New Jersey You are hereby notified that a
-' by attorney with the Clerk of You are hereby notified that, a suit has been filed against you In
't ST. AUGUSTINE..FLORIDA said Court your written defenses I suit has been filed against you in the abouve entitled cause; and you
if any you have to said Complaint the above entitled cause; and you are hereby required to file your
Merer be hesitant about calling a Garcia Amhnlnmre. Wean and to serve same upon the under- are hereby required to file your answer answer with the Clerk of this
signed for Plaintiff
attorney
on or with the Clerk of this Court Court and to serve a copy therof

always at your service with promptness safety and 1959.before to-wit the 20th: day of March.. A.D. and the plaintiff to serve or a plaintiffs copy thereof attorney.upon upon the, whose plaintiff name or and plaintiffsattorney address

gperieace. GILLESPIE AND GILLESPIE whose name and address Is;' Is:
, Attorneys at Law. W. Cecil Grant W. Cecil Grant
.* Bank of New Smyrna Building 407% Main Street 407% Main St.
r Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and. Inhalator New Smyrna Beach. Florida. Daytona Beach. Florida Daytona Beach. Floridanot
THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE Is not later than. March 16th, A. D. later than March 6th A. D..
hereby designated as the newspaper 1959. 1959.:
.Garcia. Funeral Home In which this Notice shall be pub If 'you fail" to do so, decree ,pro If 'you fail to do so, decree
listed once a week for four con- confesso will be entered against confesso will be entered against pro
secutive weeks. vou for the relief demanded
in the you for the relief demanded
t P. E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral DirectorLADY seal WITNESS my hand and official bill of complaint. The nature of bill of complaint. The nature In the of
in Bunnell. Flagler County. said suit being for Divorce and said suit being for Divorce
ASSISTANT A.Orlda. this 9th'day of February. custody of minor child. tody and support of minor child.cus-
: WITNESS my hand and seal of WITNESS hand
. ......:0....J'."...-.tI'.J-. -I.........-"............."......NJI.-......:.......w.'ffl\ Clerk.RALPH Circuit E., HARBERT Court said Court this 6th day of February -. said Court this my 30th day and of seal Janu-of
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-- A._ D. 1959.RALPH ary. A D 195'
GILLF.8PIE.AND.GILLESPIE- E. HARBERT
(Offi icial Seal)
,
Subscribe By -'W. M. Gillespte'_ > i- Clerk of SAid Circuit Court **
E.
RALPH
t'o'o., Flagler. Tribune, _$&50 Yearly in Advance t Attorney'for1-Plaintiff t (Official Seal) said HARBERT.

,Feb.a2-19-2, A March. .5-Ite, ". Feb. 12-19-26 & March 5-Ite Feb. Clerk19of Circuit Court
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Thursday, February.26ri959 ._ THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA ,PAGE SEVEN

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New Evidence I phere. Expedition leader E. C. State's I increased 7 per cent and -12 percent I'able only since August of last

Indicate Life May Slipher's photographs confirmedthe I EconomyIn and department store,sales year because of changes in the

Exist On Mars presence of the lines, one: were more by 3. per cent and law, showed a gain of a little
of which runs for 1,500 miles 1958 Higher 4 per cent. Bank debits were more than 3 percent over 1957.
'Continued from parr .2)
without a bend-half the dis up 7 per cent compared to 12 Collections on December sales,
melting icecaps by intelligent tance across the United States. ,Level Than 1957Florida's per cent for 1957. however, indicated an improved
beings struggling to keep aliveon
Sales tax collections, compar- condition.
a dying planet Many theories have been advanced I I
I In an attempt to solve this to explain the canals. added up to economy a higher level in thanin 1958 ......................................................... .

and .other Martian mysteries, Some scientists believe they may I
1957, in spite of national conditions -
Lowell Observatory and the ,Na- be fault lines along upheaved I I and the weather. r.AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I
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tional Geographic Society in blocks of the planet's crust. Still last
Placed beside 1957. year ___ .. ____.
1954 sonsored a six-month ex- others believe, as did Professor I'I was out ahead in all important .. ... .. ......................._-
pedition to Bloemfontein, South Lowell, that they are of artificial I categories but the margins of I AUTO SERVICEMcDANIEL'S 1 BOAT SERVICE
Africa where observation bet- design. less than
I gains were appreciably
ter'than in the Northern Hemis- the Florida ORMOND MARINA
, in any recent year, I
Jj State Chamber of Commerce re NEW COVERED STORAGE
Service Station for boats on trailers
I THE BAFFLES By Mahoney I ports. I Concrete Ramp
Year-end figures show gasoline STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS MARINE WAYS-EXPERT REPAIRS
Boats rebuilt
sales 5 cent Tires-Batteries-Minor Xyjreflnlshed
were up per Repairs .
t Gulf white gas & marine products
...NG in 1958 compared to a: 9 per cent Bunnell ID 7-7119 1618 John Anderson ''Dr. OH 7-263
-I&RIIfG jump in 1957. Motor vehicle license ;

'tags moved up 6 per cent BOATS AND MOTORS
f ""'" last half of the Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION
'" year, just previous -
\ Johnson's Boat Basin .
gain.Employment
year's
,
exclusive of farm ""\ij BOATS & MOTORS
I GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen
I workers, stood at 2 per cent Rented 7 days a week
7 A.M.-10 P.M. 7 Days
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ahead in 1958 while 1957 gained Live Bait-Launching Ramp
8 per cent. Manufacturing em- State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Fishing Tackle

ployment .was up 1 per cent and 10 mi. N. Flagler Beach on ALA
I
a 9 per cent during the two,years. I Colonial Service Station

The income of Floridians grew i KARL E. RICE, proprietorGASOILLUBRICATION' BOAT SHOP .
7 cent in 1958 and 11
by
per
and Most Complete
Largest ,
I per cent in 1957. Retail sales MOTOR TUNE-UP
II Stock of Boats, Motors
GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIESU.S.
..: t M HIWAY 1 BUNNELL Marine Supplies in the Area
N1TDlI1,1. I
'ihAf,1f d I Draglining St. Augustine-Ph. VA 9-2764

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Hall's Atlantic StationJack CLEANERS
I II II
; II BulldozingLand Hall, 'Proprietor
I GASOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccesories BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY

I CLEANING .
Clearing i I SERVICE.
I !I ROAD SERVICE
Open Daily 8-5:30:
1 GradingP. I I I BUNNELL Tel.' ID 7-3652 Saturday 8-6:30

115 N. Bay St. Bunnell

, A. EDMONSON I II JOE MORRISPURE DRUG STORES
: Phone IDlewood 7.3376 OIL

[! __- -I Anderson Drug Store
,- I GASOILLUBRICATIONTIRES'
I I ACCESSORIES Prescriptions
Sick Room Supplies
I Open 7:30 A.M. to 9 P.M. -
I i
Sundries

r! i FLAGLER BEACHJ. BUNNELL *. .
town I
In or country ,
. .
L. Presswood Garage
, Thompson Pharmacy

THE BIGGEST BARGAIN I STANDARD PRODUCTSGeneral Your Health Is Wealth
I ; Repairing-Road Service Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS
Visit Our Grocery DepartmentFor

Frozen Foods; and Staples In Our Hands
IN YOUR BUDGETI FLAGLER BEACH 141 W. Granada-Ormond 7-3676
!
:'
I FLORISTS
Sullivan's Gulf Service -

.- ,x: .,..',' GULF Blacks Flower ShopPhone
CAS.OILSLUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSORIF IDlewood 73348
O s
; Beach Information P.O. Box 3 Bunnell, Fla.
"Specializing in Service and Flowers For All OccasionsWe
Clean Rest Rooms"In
.... ,,,, To get the job done better, easier, :( \ The Heart of Flagler Beach 'I accept orders for Delivery .
Anywhere in the U.S.A.
and at a lower cost than before l
t'i r? w n WILSON SERVICE FLOOR COVERING

p call on your faithful ;. STATION

1 R :' electric-servant, Reddy Kilowatt! RICHFIELD PRODUCTSGRANT Tilecraft Company"LET

\\ ; II US FLOOR YOU'
.: This world-champion "wired hand" WILSON Owner ", Armstrong & Kentile?

t .-/1T\ performs more than 300 jobs on South U.S.. 1 Bunnell Flo. Sold and InstalledAll
Work Guaranteed
J.\\\ g : ( : the modem farm- providing x; AUTO REPAIRSShields Ormond Beach OR 7-3181
I
t E '" more profitable production, I' .'. HARDWARE
"'" Service Station J

i" processing, packing Chester McKenzl! Mechanic I Flagler Beach Hardware

and preserving. COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS \ MASURY PAINTS
Right Now We'll Overhaul and
FISHING
I TACKLE
t Repair Your Power MowerNo
Duralite Paint That
Good
Job Too Big Or Too Small Paint
,,0.. M Hi 111 No. St.. Bunnell HEmlock
Bay 9-2193
: Hlway No. 11
1\ t\KJ'j. h1 fl. .... .'
FLAGLER .BEACH
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.. z Smitty's 66 Service
''# REAL ESTATE
y.. 4"y ;, -. Phone HE 9-2321
f The Most Complete Modern Margaret Givens /
Auto Service on

f '. In the farm home as on the farm .- General FLAGLER Repairs-Wheel BEACH Balancing Reg. Real Notary Estate PublicSpecializing Broker \

)t. Reddy'stands ready with plenty .* Q',. Towing TV &Stamps Wrecking In
s OCEAN & RIVER PROPERTIESPhone
of cheap, dependable electricity to
HEmlock 9-2035
AUTO PABTS-USF.D
lighten all your' household chores .1'I Ken Mar Motel-Flagler Beach '. .

-.brighten all your leisure-to bring.you 1 i Vet's Service Station BUILDING SUPPLIES .

happier, more carefree Florida 1 NEW & USED PARTS WICKLINE
living. Top Prices Paid for Wrecked Cars
24-Hour Towing and Wrecking Building Supplies

: __ ServiceU. CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS
; y -
.,S. 1 South-ID 7-3557 or 7-34701 STEEL
;> t C .
.. Flagler Beach HE 9-2254
BAR AND PACKAGE'STOBE I '
.f RESTAURANT
tS LUCKY'S BAR
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.- ,. FLAGLER BEACH I SEASIDE MANOR
I '*rttt....*' "Live.Better-Farm Better ELECTRICALLY GAY'S',PLACE
Dancing Saturday Kites
I BEER ON TAP. .
4t FLORIDA POWER LIGHT COMPANY Jam,,Session. Sunday 'p.:M. HOT BEER PIZZA& WINE IN 3 MINUTES TO GO
R HELPING BUILD FLORIDA I )1 SANDWICHES OF ALL. KINDS
'BAR-PACKAGE STORE Flagler Beach HE 9-2141


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EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, February 26, 1959

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Tax PaymentsReflect .WhyF.RA.Week Larry Cody 'has completed his! CARD OF THANKSI
a tour of duty with the U. S. Army would like to say a word of

State's Is Observed and has returned to the University -/I thanks to my many friends who

(Continued from page bt of Florida in Gainesville I sent flowers and cards and also
During FebruaryNational where he will continue his I visited me during my stay in
Rapid GrowthFederal County Agent Howard Taylorwas studies. the hospital. Your thoughtfullness -
F.F.A. Week comes very pleasantly surprised I is deeply appreciated.Mrs. .
every year during the week of when he arrived in Orlando Sunday I Mrs. S. A. Lantor of South Bos George Biddle
tax collections in Flor-
I the anniversary of the birthdayof to find his parents, Mr. and i i ton, Virginia, and S. Sturman
ida have jumped 61 cent
the five per to George Washington. Mrs. Howard Taylor of Ft. Pierce, j iof Newport 'News, Virginia, are CARD OF THANKS '
during past a
total of $1,094,513,000 years during the Although ,usually consideredfirst were there to join the Flagler II house guests of their brother, j We would like to thank our
fiscal year ending in mid-1958. as a great general, our first County group at the 4-H Club Raphael Sturman at his home, I many neighbors and friends for
The national gain was 14 president and engineer, George showing at the Central Florida 905 East Moody Boulevard. I their words and acts of kindness
percent
Washington's first love was the Fair. during the illness and passing of
farm he called Mount Vernon. CARD OF THANKSI our beloved mother, Mrs. LilyJ.
Income taxes both individualand would like to thank those .
Walker. Also for the beautiful -
There he was one of the first VETERANS AFFAIRS "
corporate, came to $991,644- thoughtful friends who sent floral offerings.
in the Nation
.to practice con-
000 'in Florida last year, up 64 tour planting, crop rotation and CONSULTANT TO I cards, letters and flowers to me Mrs. Kathleen Byington ,
per cent during the five-year other soil conserving methods. VISIT THIS AREA |i[I during my stay in the hospital. Mrs. Muriel CollierJ.
period compared to a national [They were deeply appreciated. I R. Brown I
other in Amer-
Probably no man
:Mr. Raymond Smith, County
gain of 11 per cent, the Florida j I Augie Biddle. Gilbert G. Walker
ica of his time
State Chamber of Commerce re day spent more Service Officer for Flagler Count-I I -w
seeking new agricultural Infor- yhas invited Mr. Joe A. Craw- j 1 1- _
ports. mation, either by experimentation !
Individual income taxes, in. ford to his office as a consultantto
on his own farm, or by correspondence -
eluding employment old age taxes insurance, amounted and to with agricultural discuss problems technical with veterans questionsand and I INSIRE-Stay toured & Rest Assured

scientists in England.The .
I their survivors or dependents residing -
of 64
$784,110,000, a gain per
cent. Corporations paid in income title of America's first in this area, with regardto GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM
'and profits taxes $207,534- "scientific farmer" might be ap Veterans Administration bene
plied to Washington. It was fits such as hospitalization, education -
000, up 62 per cent.
Excise taxes collected by the more than a century after his and training, insurance, I H. T. COOK AGENCY

federal government in Floridaare death that many of the sound disability, widows and dependent ,
reported at $65,365,000. This agricultural practices he advo- parents benefits, GI Housing I Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida

figure includes taxes on beverages cated found general practice. loans, etc. I i

tobacco and other luxu es. It is out of deep respect and I Mr. Crawford represents the J 1 r
Estate taxes came to $33,757,000and admiration for George Washington headquarters office of the Florida 1I
gift taxes to $3,747,000. the farmer in whose pro Department of Veterans Affairs 'I I I

Added to collected ,amounts is gressive ways they seek to follow Pass A Grille, Florida and I CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
:an estimated $225 million paid that Future Farmers an- his services are offered free of I
by Floridians in "hidden" taxes. nually observe their NationalF. I
charge to all concerned.You I A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director
During the five-year interval, F.A. Week at the time of his ',
JOHN HARDIN Associate
may make an appoint
Florida's birth.
population increased 28
ment with,'Mr. Crawford in advance
AIR OXYGEN
per cent, income was up by 49
through the County Service LADY
per cent and retail sales jumped CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
69 per cent. LEGAL VOTING QUESTIONA Officer at the Court House, ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
dead person may vote, le- Bunnell where Mr. Crawford
gally, if he mails an absentee may be contacted personally on
Letter carriers' uniforms
are a Phone ID 7-3532
ballot and then dies before March 4, 1959 from 1:30 P.M.to .
50.50 blend of the, Union Blue
and Coufederate Gray. I election day. I 4:00 P. M. 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA :

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what more could anyone need!!



Llatla eeata ga per uMe wed tlra each 1ea4Ig tBMrttea aNa (Some reasons why so many owners'of other makes low priced and high priced. '

BO eeats !. minimum charce are making the smart switch to Chevy this year.) \

SHARE HOME Widow ..would
like to share. home with couple. ROOMIER BODY BY FISHER: of Safety Plate Glass. HI-THRIFT IMPALAS: Four models the
Private bedroom with kitchen wider seats, more luggage space, 6:up to 10%more miles per gallon. Sport Coupe, 4-Door Sport Sedan, ..
privileges. Real home for the plus that famous Fisher Body VIM-PACKED. V8's: eight to Convertible and 4-Door Sedan. .

right party. No children and no soundness. MAGIC-MIRROR choose from, with compression BEL AIRS: 2-Door and 4-Door
pets. Mrs. Shea, Phone ID 73739. FINISH: a new type that keeps ratios'ranging up to 11.25 to 1. Sedans and a 4-Door Sport Sedan :
its shine without'waxing or polishFULL COIL SUSPENSION:further
226.1tc ing for up to three years. BIGGER ,refined for a steadier ride on any BISCAYNES: Lowest priced Chev-
FOR SALE-Okra Seed. IDlewood BRAKES better cooled with road. TURBOGLIDE, POWER- roletmodes.2DoorSedan,4Door'deeper !
7.3664. 2-26-tfc drums for safer stopping GLIDE AND LEVEL AIR suspen- Sedan, Utility Sedan
and up to 66% longer life. sion head a full list of extra-cost STATION WAGONS: A choice of 5
WANTED-Housekeeper, 2 small OVERHEAD CURVED WINDSHIELD options that make for happier driv models-2-Door or 4-6-passenger
children, full time job, salary and bigger windows-all ing.Be our guest for a pleasure test. or 9 (rear-facing back seat).
open. See Mrs. Herbert Andersonat
Anderson's 66 Service Station.

2-26-ltc CIIEVROLET ,

FOR RENT-3 room furnished
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apartment.; Inquire upstairs in .. L, --- I
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Idelson Building. 2-19-tfc j ; '

FOR RENT Space in.. Idelson .
Building.Was occupied by beauty .::.k

shop for 20 years. Inquireat

Sam's Bargain House or writeM. T1 .
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Idelson, Leesburg Fla. :: J 4 ',

2-19-tfc .:; .,

INCOME TAX RETURNS 3, .y : L }:! xrl.frr: ...; ,
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ED BIELEJESKI k1

,Income Tax Consultant ,
1 mile west of Bunnell ? ,
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Highway, 100. .....:
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Phone ID 7.3307 1-1-tfc .,; ,
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FOR, SALE-2 bedroom CBS -.- ,1

/ home in Hillcrest, Flagler Beach. .-,iJ.,':
Large lot and large garage, vacant );....
Call H.,F. Lerch, HEmlock :-. -
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92395. 12-4-tf : ;J
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FOR RENT"-At Flagler Beach ji -"

3 bedroom '.unfurnished house. .
See Harold Massie at Flagler ".. .;' .

Beach. ll-2Y-tf >'..;..". .. .
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JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO. ':- >/: J. ,.'" t:*,-'

>' :..J \.o now-see the wider selection of models at your local authorized Chevrolet dealers.! _.. ,? -:
LOTS' HOMES OCEAN FRONT

,' WATER ACREAGE FRONT. FARMS r:: "? '. t. < ,>.;,.:.}

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Sao VM forjow: reel estate seed t ;. .' HAL CHEVROLET COMPANY .- '
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Office Phone:__ HE 9.2032 -- .- .. '. .. .... :
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