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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: June 4, 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 )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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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VOLUME 47, NO. 21 .:' BUNNELL; FLORIDA, THURSDAY "JUNE. 4, 1959 $2.50 A YEAR

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Eagler4-H's Bunnell High School Graduates This YearLeft Little ,Business


Will Attend At Commission



Short Course Meeting MondayOther


Six .boys ,from.:Flagler Coun than the routine business -
ty ,will ;participates I' >.in the ,40th of paying monthly bills,
Annual BoyS'' 4-H Club Short the city commissioners had little
Course.at the Universtiy of Flor business before them at their

ida, June 812. meeting Monday night..
Howard Taylor: ,. County Ag ,There was informal discus
.rculturaIExtension: Service, says sion of the advisability of

'the 'Flagler. ,County delegation whether or not the city would
.. wiir include Jerry Burhsed, Mike. eliminate the day policeman's
I McMillan, Arthur Carle, Jessie position, retaining only a night
Overby, Johnny "Simpson, and police. No action was taken because -

David ..Lewis. all members were not
i About 400-boys from through present. The city has budgeted

out the slate are registered t for $10,900 for the police dept. expenses -

the annual event, according to for the year, and incomeof
j W. W. Brown,' State ''Boys' 4-H $5,000.A ,
,Club 'agent. Brown says dele representative .of Southern
'gates "to:\the SHbrt Course' will Bell Telephone Company met

enjoy 'week. ,of ;instruction, entertainment with the commission with a

'recreation, and. ; con & : proposition of erecting a urban ,
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' tests. mobile radio antenna (receiver) 1
Classes in agriculture will be at the city.waterworks. The

conducted each morning by Extension I company-would enter Into,a contract
Service specialists. First i with the city to pay $5

-' year boys, freshmen, will receive I Left to Right- e / 'a month rent on the small space

instruction in two different subjects : Front Row-Gabriel Rossidivito Rhoda Thiel Valedictorian Margaret Peavy Sa- used. _
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-f' : The telephone would
each day, while senior boys company
lutatorian Janet Hoff Lana McCabe ,Beverly Gies; Judson Stryker. Second ,row-
will choose one of eight courses; ; ; ; install and maintain the equip

Daily assemblies will be de .Cel.e tine Stanish; Orvilene Turpen; Carolyn Preston; Margaret Barrow; Joan Hard- ment. No action was taken on

voted to talks by leaders in agriculture ing; Samuella Whitaker; James Kendall.Third'row.. _Thomas Hoskens; Mary Milner; the contract submitted.

and education, including Helen Strickland; Melinda. DuPont;, James Purvis; Theresa ,Slovak ; Rose Ann Way. .

{ President .J. Wayne Reitz,of Back Row-":'-Elmer Slaugh ; Samuel :Bertha; 'Martha Ramsey; Lewis Wadsworth ; John Summer Session
the University of Florida. Part
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Chandler Not Bessie Gresham. i Photo Theo Hein ,
of each day will include ;foot-- ,; James McKenney.. pictured, By ..
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ball, softball'and volleyball. ? High School To

I Short Course contests: _will in', More Comment Home Fkule"There Funeral Here'IidFor' .,.
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test, and lamp making. In addition Is printed, .on another. page of this issue a letter from ** ,. dents who.wisfrto take'academic
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.' to these contests ',competitive Rep. W.(L. Wadsworth regarding "Home Rule."' Wehope you will Mrs.. Joiner: .,; r subjects -will' begin .Monday, .
ft examinations ,will be read and analyze, it item by item for a* better understanding June 15, at the Bunnell High
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held for .several available'schol- its merits and demerits, 1 :School.. Classes will run from
We said 'in the beginning the law. Mrs. Dora Joiner' of Tampa, 8 12 o'clock
arships. we were against proposed to and will last fora
r Campus housing will be pro We have not changed our opinion. We still think its possibilitiesof former resident of Bunnell, died period of six weeks. '

vided in student dormitories and abuse outweigh any possibilities for benefit. For instance: Tuesday afternoon in the Citrus If enough students show interest

','0 meals served in the, University "Aid by,indirect means, the.securing of an adequate and fresh l.femorialHospital in Inverness.She in the summer classes, two .
r .' Cafeteria. All delegates must water.supply for, the Town: ,of Flagler Beach, and aid in develop. had suffered a heart' attack teachers will teach courses::, Mrs.
certain ing Water Systems for the Beach." We early, Sunday morning enroute to will'
I have achieved objectives area surrounding Flagler Mytrle Cockman teach; high
'u+;. ,. ;j ,in .their local clubs to qualify can understand- the desire to .help any municipality solve its various her home in Tampa and was ads I school and junior high,. English
f'r for attendance. Short Course. problems. But does it mean spending public funds on im mitted to the hospital there for I and elementary subjects in

Pfoyements, of private property? Who would own ,and operate treatment. I; grades 46. Mrs. Emma -Murraywill.

-FUJiem Service such water systems. How far would the '"surrounding "ar a" extend Mrs. Joiner was, a native of teach high school and JunIor
I:: ? That city's, limits now extend 'to Beverly Beach on the Alma, Ga., and had resided in I high mathematics and sub.
north and to the Volusia County line on the south-a .distance Bunnell about 25 years before i I I jects in grades 46. -
Held Monday For of about seven-miles. That's a sizeable area and would 'require going to Tampa. She was the : Any student who is interestedin

a sizeable water system. widow of the ,late I. I. Moody of summer classes should con
Mrs. SmigielskiMrs. Again:. "Aid in the drainage of farms and: : ,such, other lands Bunnell who died, in 1918. She : tact Mrs.. Cockman or Mrs. Murray /
in need: of ,dereloping." What other lands? Could it be the vast was a member of Bunnell Chapter or be at the high school #

Katherine Smigielski died acreage owned or controlled by pulpwood interests? Would this No. 93,' O.E.S., and a char on June 15..
1 permit'spending public funds on private property., If so, whose -
at the home ot her son, Stanley ter member of the First, Methodist
Smigielski of Bulow, early Friday property? Church, of Bunnell. She was 'Beach Cub PackIs
morning, May 29.. Again:' "Recall any, or all county' Commissioners." Why 78, years of, age.
:. 85 plan now on throwing out,:'of office present county commissionersor
Mrs.' Smigielski was '
; years future ? Would there be to recall at time She is survived by four daughters
born in Po- ones : petitions any Progressing '
of age. She was .
Mrs Leona Knight of Bun
and had lived in.Massa- when one or,more commissioners did not go along'with the propo- '
land .
for number of sition of;: pending; public -money for private purposes??' What nell; 'Mrs. Gladys Starkly and The .Flagler Beach Cub Pack
chusetts a years Mrs: Locke, of Tampa, held ,its last
Korona in good man or woman would ,be interested in being a county'com DoJOthy May pack meeting
to 1919.
before coming
:was held the missioner,he or she is threatened.from the day of election' with and Mrs.- Maxine Thompson of Thursday night at the Flagler
The Rosary at
recall petitions, every time some group did not get exactly what Evans, Ga.; one ,son, Wallace Beach 'Scout House.
Funeral Home
chapel of ,Craig they 'might wantt To us is seems reasonable to assume this Joiner Tampa f one sister, Mrs. Pack Leader Tom Wilder announced
201 E. MoodyBlvd. ,at 8:30 Sun most rtalnly"would happen and, whether' successful or'not, it .Cassie Spell;bf Alma, Ga.. Thir Achievement Awards
Father. Conley'ledthe
day evening, 'would" engender. constant' friction and strife in addition to the teen grandchildren and 13 great- for Dennis Clay, Frank Fleurie,
service. grandchildren and several neices Arthur and Scott
expense of holding numerous. recall elections. McDaniel \Wil
Funeral'from'St.services were held Again: '"Appeal to the Flagler County Legislative Delegationto and nephews'also' survive. der. Leo Fleurie and .Bobby
Monday ,Mary's Catholic Funeral services will be held Elfstrom became members of
Kohls'of- set aside.any Ordinance. This item reminds us qf the old I "
with Father
Church ,
adage of, locking, the stable door. after the horse is "stolen. An from the First Methodist Churchof ', the cub pack in the month. of
ficiating. Interment followed in '
'' ordinance''-could be ,adopted at the end of a legislative session. Bunnell at 2:30 Friday after May. ,
the 'Korona were Cemetery.'under direction Arrangements Then it .Would be two years before the legislators ,could Hear an noon with Rev. Wesley Wilder Entertainment was furnishedby '
of
0 officiating.. Interment will follow cub
a vocal group, and refreshments -
appeal.
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Craig Funeral Home. There are'oth substantial objections' we have. r But.":let these at"the Espanola' Cemetery. were served by the
s yoisclude three sons, suffice'for 'the time 'being We are not attempting dictate to < The 'body will: rest in the Den Mothers. Following this
> Stanley,of.Bulow Tote; Charles of,Ko- the people of Flagler;County. 'We are trying'to inform,to 'the'best Church;;from 1 o'clock Friday afternoon meeting Cub Pack activities*will
rona, 'and: trf Texas: City, until the. funeral hour. be .recessed until the
of/our ability and encourage serious' consideration on, a question beginningof
Mrs.
daughter
Texas Viola '
? one vitally ,important: ,to bur general'\welf are. Blunts, Funeral Home of Tampa the fall school term. '
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Providence R.
Washburn, L Also
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: Js in charge of arrangements It was'announced 'that' Lay's
surviving are"seyeht grand chil and will 'be assisted here
'by
Potato Chip Co. has a promotion
dren -and four' "great" grandeh1I" Reviv: J B8g1I1S! .," ""_ j: JuneO2.the Rev.Central Robert Baptist: Witty:Church, pastor'of ,CraigFuneral!' Home of BunnelL campaign'involving-coupons in
&; dren. ? < lithe ,Pallbearers will.be A. B. Johns- their chips. Youth organizations -
Jacksonville; ,evangelist.
Pallbearers ware'Paul Sunda -
: Stanish at:-First Dean ; Bill
VTolski He will be ''assisted by'Rev ForThompsons ton Holland Deen, in ,this area are eligible to wina

t: John Zysk,,SlovakPeter'Henry"Mifcttlka t and,Stanj' Alex- ., _' f(Church' ,..;...,
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,.! 'PAGE TWO ,THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE., BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, June.4. 1959
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t r.r elusion by the room mothers of 1 Mr. and,Mrs. William Babbitt son 'Jack from Bunnell.

i )4 .. the first, second, and third were 'visitors Saturday,. in St.
: There record attendance ,Visitors on ,'Sunday with Mr.
'.: .. Jajfer3eacIT grades. was a Augustine. '
;:. ." for the year Mrs. Myrtle Streeter, 'has been and Mrs. Joseph Preston, were
: ; I .. his sister and brother in law
'. entertaining as houseguests her I
.: LUNA BABBITT I i: Mrs. Cletus Strauser accom son in law and daughter Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hillery and

Telephone ,HEmlock 9-2098 I}: partied :Mrs. 'Ray Martel and and Mrs. Elmer Butler who re- family from Micanopy. Also

( children to Quincy to, spend the turned this week to' their home there were his uncle_ and aunt .
:-*,.1 MONDAY P.T.A. MEETING AND, Mrs.Martel's Mr. and Mrs. Ed KUmmer '
' SAFETY PROGRAM weekend with relatives. In Detroit, Mich' 'were accompanied
They
. AT ,LEHIGH ..l'The | GRADUATION II 'mother, Mrs. H. B. Joined on Sunday by other relatives here from Palatkaby
Graduation for the membersof his grandmother Mrs. George
Impressive ceremony on 1 Brock returned with them for for reunion. Three
I a were
. Safety held at 7 A. M. Monday,,' the sixth grade, of the Flag- !i I a visit here. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Wigle with Preston. .

at the Lehigh Portland Cement j jler Beach School followed a' daughter Mildred and son Keith -.-. .-. ... ..-. ......-.-._.
Plant was arranged, by Willian brief ,P.T.A. meeting at the I Mr. and ,Mrs. Warren Wilson from Holly Hill, Mr. and Mrs. $ )
school last Thursday evening. from business viSitors FRED A. 'FRUITS
Ocala
who
_, ;}' Chimpky and Gene Pache were I Clifford Wigle from Maitland,
) 'are on the Educational and Pub- New officers'were installed by here Tuesday. I I and Mr. and," Mrs. Jim Wigle JEWELER
{ I I Mrs. ,Alice Lovell. They were i iI I i I
- ; licity sub-committee of the safety Mrs. Deolia Ervine from Day-I from Gainesville with their.lIttle
Mrs. Bernie. Wilson, president;,\, tona Beach spent Thursday here!II I I DlAMONDS-WATaIES.
? Department. I i I I son Ricky, Mr. and ,Mrs McCabe}I II I
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Mrs. Flossie Haines, vice
:'" It began with three boys Stewart president with Mrs.Thelma Crotty. : with their Lana REPAIRINGVivwuw .
"tt"I Rockett, Glenn Miller and I' ;* Mrs.. L. A. Johnson, secretary -I I I daughter : and ----.-'_.......rw.w. _....." ./\I\/'rJ

:. ,': Ray Gordon in 'baseball uniforms ; and Mrs. Ray Martel|I I Mr. and Mrs. George P.,Wilcox I"
raising the* flag and "The I treasurer., County School Superintendent !spent last weekend in Pomona FOR I'

Banner" Dean Holland commended Park with his daughter and son
Star Spangled was sung
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in unison. Rev. Thomas Pinner' the .TA. for its work I, In.' law Mr. and Mrs. ,Claude ,Prompt Dependable) Co rteousHI..THERM .
of the past year. j! Massey. T- :
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opening
of Bunnell gave
i! The presentation of diplomas GAS SERVICE : ,
Bill Chimpky presented ,
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V prayer. the W. :
made Principal
" was by 'Friends of Shill and .
Mr. Henry Burkes, plant manager Henry happy "
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H,' and he exprained that.June: E. Fennell, Jr., to eighteen memo to hear that he is home after SEE

f' has been the time when more bers ,completing their courses of being in the Bunnell H6s-
:' accidents have occurred in the this school. Wayne Hogeboom,'I pital for three, w eks. Harris Appliance & Gas Company :
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and Lovell
" Jack Abbott Kandyce
past so it was selected'a's the Phone ID 7-3551, Bunnell
in the members of the class gave talks Mr. and Mrs. George Miles '
i.. time to ,stress interest Countywide Delivery Service
I safety program. I during the ceremony. The processional :Moody and her son Gary Watson
[ and'recessional GAS CYLINDERS GAS APPLIANCES
Bill Chimpky spoke turningthe ( were are spending this week in Cincinat'ti -

program over to Gene Pache.played j by Fay Bass. I Ohio, with her parents Mr. i .
Wilfred hunter, Chief of Police{ Other honor ,awards given.by and,Mrs. Herbert Patterson.Mrs. -( I
J of Bunnell, County'Judge Duane j Mr. Fennell were; for perfect attendance -:
I CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
Wayne Owens, Billie
Deen and Dr. John Canakaris,j Adolph Klemm was ad-
I" Joe Miller/Kay Frances Weaver, III
Plant 'Physician, were presentedby I mitted to the Ormond.Beach hospital -
Mr Pache. The assistant I Glenn Miller, Joe May, and Ed this week for medical at- A. H..CRAIG Funeral Director
I Schatz. For Scholastic honor awards -I'1 .
plant manager F G. Haigh 'presented 1 tention. JOHN HARDIN. Associate
were presented to Cynthia I
small baseball bats to AIR
McCraney; Joann Wilson,'Patricia I i OXYGEN
LADY
the little leaguers that were
present
and Robbles, Arthur McDaniel, Stewart FREE. PAINT J CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED ,
closing prayer was
given byRev. Pinner. Rockett, Linda Skolar, Wayne I One extra gallon of your choice I ATTENDANT AMBULANCES ,
with each gallon you buy
Hogeboom,Kandyce Lovell, Charlotte I

BENEFIT PARTY SUCCESSFUL Hodges and Sandra'', Ten-I Mary Carter Paint Store I Phone ID 7-3532 ,
nant,
', The Benefit Card Party at the Ormond Beach at Coquina DarnAUo I 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA .
: Punch was served at the con ."
Flagler Woman's Club on FrI- Westgate'9hopping. Center <
day evening was a success both t ) e 1
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.. socially and financially. Forty. ,,. "
eight dollars was cleared., It .

was the Dollar Dividend project

of Mrs. Thelma Crotty, Mrs. May
:, He/idren., Mrs. Esther Heydt' and '
Mrs. Amy Threadgill., They are _11 11W r.

grateful for' the nice crowd that

turned out and to the merchants ,,'
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contributing'' the prizes. 'Games I

including bingo, cake walks and 't

light refreshments were on the ', ( ...,',

;, program for the evening. .", .,
Mrs. Virgil Hoover, Club president "; ,.

IS announced that regular ..4. COUNT 'EM) ; :;, .
;. business\ meeting would be held ;:';':\, ,

at the club oh Wednesday, 9:30 I .', : .; I
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, W. Haines and family last week :
1 were "Mr. and 'Mrs. John Sears II

. with their daughter Peggy and I .. ,
son Cecil from Eldon, Missouri.
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while they were here. Mrs. Sears .

:' and ,1'rs.' Haines are sisters.


Recent visitors here with Mrs.

,Nettie Brusich were Frank Zic,

Jr., from Pittsburg, Penn., accompanied Lb .
ot.f r by his mother Mrs. / : ;
': Ankle Zic',from'Daytona Beach.

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( Miss Tess Massie has returned
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and Mrs Harold, Massie here for a
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: 'the summer after attending '
'\ ," school 'last year. in Gainesville, 'C independent experts and official facts,. and figures. .. 'prove: : Chevrolet's ahead of its

f Georgia. Mr.: and Mrs. Massie field in,seven big ways. ;' ,!

4 t drove 'to Gainesville e'for her to BEST BRAKES. .In direct competitive up: "The fact is, in.its price class the ENWNE. Every motor magazine ,

;- t return with .t em. tests of repeated stops from Chevy,establishes a new higirin daring has ,given Chevy's standard and : "
highway speeds, conducted by NAS- styling ." It's the only car,'of the Corvette V8s unstinted praise. As '

: A BUNNELL CAR, ,Chevy out-stopped both the leading low-priced three that's unmistakably Sports Cars Illustrated puts it:"Indeed, "

; G LODGE' No. 200. other leading low-priced cars-and modern in every line. this device surely the most wonderfully
k"F." .-& A.M. why not: Chevy brakes are far larger, BEST ECONOMY. No.doubt responsive engine available today
; I built ,with bonded linings for up to about this:'two ,Chevrolet Sizes won at any price." BEST RIDE '
.' Meets First and 'Thud Tuesday ,:' 66,%longer life. BEST TRADE-IN their class in the famous .M bilgas You'll, be ,able to. tell this yourself, i'" .

Dean M.. Peterson .W. ''M. ) .:, ..Check, the figures in any N JLD.A.f Economy Run, got the best mileage of instantly. But Motor Trend mag- ', .

JOHN ,A. CLECa Sec=. .. Guide Book., You'll find that Chevy any full- t,' .. used car prices last)'earaveraged up to Official dimensions reported to AJ&A.1 smoothest, most ..' i.
'" $128 higher than comparable models make this clear. ,For example,Chevy quiet softest rid- "
of the "other'two." BEST: STYLE 'front seat hip room is up to 5.9 inches ing car inita price'W CIIEvnoLu., '

TVBob /Poptlor Science magazine sums itJfeCtaMlAMMfatiMfrr wider than comparable can. BEST class.' '" .
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1 captain, ,Robert Howsen, for]I ginia, were filled. the''' world. IX COUNTY TilE "CIRCUIT FLORIDA IN OF CHANCERY)FLAGLER

'. Arlington Cemetery bringing colonists to the' New General Montgomery Meigs, i NO. 3717 '
ELSIE
L" ,: II World, the NationaKGeographlc! Quartermaster General of the Delaware is sometimes called TRAMMELI.Plaintiff.

: :, WiUBeFiUedby Society recalls. The patch! of Army, persuaded President Lin the Diamond State. I HAROLD vRAMMELL. ,

J Reports'" wilderness inhabited by Indians coIn to Arlington as a military -j -. ... ... ... --. . Defendant
" 197,0" Army .' Lincoln his I .. . ,. NOTICE TO DE..1NDTHE
.. .. and wild animals meant littleto 'cemetery. gave ;: STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:'
' I visit to the 0.\ ALFORD -I Harold' Trammell
man. .Howsen permission after a
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: The 100,000th person, was laid Address UnknownYou
g I sold the property for six hogs- field hospitals. Registered are hereby notified that a
;:.. to rest recently In Arlington Na- .. .1 suit has been filed against you In

,' tional Cemetery, an expanse of heads of Virginia Hill tobacco. Private Was First I. Real Estate roke II are the above hereby entitled required cause to ;file and your you

5 tree-shaded Yirginia hills over. Mansion Atop, I An order of JuneMS, 1864, es answer with the Clerk of this
" Bunnell. Florida Court and to serve a thereof
.. looking Washington, D. C He About '1,100 acres'eventually tablished 200 of Arlington's acresas the copy
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was a World War I veteran. were acquired in the ;Arlingtonarea a national cemetery. The first .. : whose name and addressis

Established 'of grim, necessity: by John Parke, Curtis stepson recorded burial, however, occurred -I IN THE COUNTY CIRCUIT FLORIDA COURT ,OFFLAGLKH IN Ray Selden

s:: during the Civil War, the ceme- of George Washington. Cus- May 13 when Private,Wil I CHANCERY NO. 3T3T Selden Building Floridanot
Daytona Beach
:, tel)' will be ,filled by 1970, 'if,I tis's son, George WashingtonParke liam Chrisman, Company G, 67th HENRY PRAUL, Plaintiff. later than June 12th A. D..

the'present average of 90 burials Custis, built a white. Pennsylvania Infantry, was Interred vs. I 1959.
r" ,
If fail to do decree
MARY... T. you so pro
r; a week continues., The, Army cqlumned mansion atop a hill beneath a cedar tree. PRAUUDefendant, confesso will be entered againstyou

,, in the tract. Robert E.. Lee mar Private Chrisman today lies NOTICE TO DEFEND for the relief demanded in the .
Quartermaster General's Office TO
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. : bill of complaint. The nature of .

r Is studying ways to make; more ried Custis's daughter 'and became with such military heroes as Mary T. Praul said suit of being for child.Divorce' -and
Address UnknownYou custody minor
. efficient, use"of; Arlington's 420 master of the estate,.which Generals John J. Pershing, Philip are hereby notified that a WITNESS my hand and seal of
suit has been filed against you said Court this 7th day of MayA.
he abandoned after the outbreak
acres. Space may be gained by H. Sheridan, and Henry A. Arnold in the above entitled cause; and D. 1959:

closing some roadways ah.l of the CIvil. War. ; explorers like Admiral Robert you are hereby required to file (Official Seal)

, On May 24, 861, the Union first to reach your. answer with, the Clerk of RALPH E. HARBERT
E.
walks. Peary, the this Court, and to serve a copy .Clerk of said Circuit court
Army took, possession of the North Pole, and Admiral Charles thereon upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs May 14-21-28 and June 4-4tc
and
land often attorney whose name -- -
; The cemetery call-
house and surrounding hills to Wilkes, discoverer of the Antarctic address is: IN TilE CIRCUIT 'COUP R U
ed the most hallowed ground in Samuel V. .Holch
, Confederate cannon from FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA, IN
prevent ,continent. One President, 17
: Highway r- CHANCERY NO. 3727
the United States, orginally was there to P. O. Box 471 ELSIE
being planted menace William Howard Taft, is buried G. SMITH.
part o!.,a grant made to a ship East Palatka. Floridanot Plaintiff
the Capital. there. The cemetery containsthe later than July 6. A. D. 1959.
If fail to do so. decree pro
'- .After the first Battle of Bull graves of 230 'men-who went confesso you will be entered againstyou GUS SMITH.s. .

: Run thousands of Union troops down,i with the battleship Maine bill for of complaint.the relief 'demanded The nature in the of NOTICE TO Defentant DEFEND,

Draglining' bivouacked on Arlington's hills, in Havana ',Harbor- said suit being for Divorce. THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TOt
WITNESS my hand and seal of Gus Smith
turning the peaceful slopes into On Memorial Day, 1958, Two said Court (this. 2nd day of JuneA. 331 West 24th Street,

: Bulldozing an armed camp. Field hospitalswere Unknown Soldiers of, World War (Official. D..1959.Seal) Apartment New York City 2G New York

hastily built. II and the Korean War were RALPH E. HARBERT You are hereby notified' that a
Clerk of said Circuit Court suit has been filed against you in
Three years later, woundedand placed alongside the Unknown June 4.11.18.254tcIN the above entitled cause; and yoU'
Land are hereby required to file your
Clearing sick soldiers crowded Wash.illgton's I Soldier of War I in honored
: World THE CIRCUIT COURT OF answer with the.Clerk of this
FLAGLEIt COUNTY FLORIDA IN Court and to serve a copy thereofupon
a military hospitals. Many crypts. These nameless heroes
I CHANCERY NO. 3738 the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney -
GradingP. died. Others were brought from represent 4,724 other unknown I GEORGE FREDERICK 'WILKENS.Plaintiff. whose name and. addressIs
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near-by battlefields for burial at soldiers buried in' Arlington and vs. Alfred E. Hawkins

A. EDMONSON the Capital. Soon military cemeteries 151,804 unidentified war casual EILEEN TUTTLE WILKENS A 121 South Ridgewood Avenue
Defendant Daytona Beach. Floridanot
Phdne IDlewood 7-3376 at Soldiers' Home and in ties who rest in United States NOTICE TO DEFEND later than June 26th A. D., .

/ neighboring Alexandria, Vir military cemeteries throughout I THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: 1959.
Eileen Tuttle Wilkens
'do
If you fail to so. decree pro
Address Unknown confesso will be entered againstyou
Ml 1 You are hereby notified that a for the relief demanded in the
suit has been filed against you in bill of complaint. The nature of
the above entitled cause; and you said suit being for Divorce.
are hereby required to file your WITNESS my hand and seal of

: )- ,, ': ', Lf_ .- ;:i' '.,. t ,., answer with the Clerk of this said Court this 20th day of Max
... Court 'and to serve a copy thereof A. D. 1959.Official .
(,. ''{} :" ". I'if;'J, ':..": 1; upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney ( Seal)
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'" % whose name and addressis RALPH E. HARBERT
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I .:', Ray SeldenSelden May 28 & June -l1-18-4t
,:'> Building .

&' Daytona Beach, Florida IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
->:i ,: I not later' than 'July 3. A. D.. 1959. I FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA. INI
If you fail to do so, decree pro CHANCERY NO. 3725.
I "'i" confesso will be entered against JACQUELINE DOW.
: I you for the relief demanded in the Plaintiff I ,
"f a.:; 1 bill of complaint. The nature of vs.

; tel I .'-1\ t -= .. said suit beinKvfor. Divorce. ,JAMES A., DOW.
: ; "u ; phones: : WITNESS my 'hand and seal of Defendant.
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: said Court.this 2nd day of JuneA.
,
,. 1 t NOTICE TO DEFEND
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THE STATE OF
<'J '
; r-::" t (Official RALPH Seal) E. HARBERT James Miss A.Joan Dow Riker ,
c/o
< > Clerk of said Circuit Court
I 120 Hamilton Boulevard' '
June >I11185UcI'
South Plainfield. New Jersey
V* t'sx. 1 You are hereby notified that a
i4 i41ra.arefori NOTICE OF BIDS WANTED in
suit has been filed against you
Notice Is given that the
'hereby
: and
the above entitled cause; you
Control
East Flagler Mosquito
,:are hereby required to file your
I Board will receive bids on June I answer with the Clerk of this
10. 1959 at.; the office of LymanL. Court and to serve a copy thereof
.
Gage for the following
: I upon the plaintiff or plaintiff's at-
: : t ment: equIP-I: torney, whose name and address
: < : l ;'Half ton pickup truck :
standard, shift. Trade in lis
,
": Army Jeep must be considered Ray Selden
: in the bidding. Selden Building
?i' < Dated this 19th day May. :A. ,D. I I Daytona Beach Floridanot
tL Li: ;: ij 1959.S later than June 19th A. D.. I
: :- : : / George Moody Chairman I 1959.

,' ,'.' '1 1'1v. 'f'if"t't't' Gt: Lyman L. Gage Secretary. If you tall to do so decree pro
: May 21-28 & June. 4-3tc confesso will be entered againstyou
:i!'',.r. t p}( for the relief demanded in the
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN bill of complaint. The nature of
AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY said suit being for Divorce.
FLORIDAIN WITNESS my hand and seal of
RE: said Court this 14th day of May
: k 1 THOMAS RUTHERFORD GLASS. ,A. D., 1959.Official .
;: : 'sh.aring' Estate of 'Deceased.NOTICE J I ( Seal) ..
: : TO CREDITORSAll I;S RALPH E. HARBERT. '
cerdltora of the estate of I Clerk of said Circuit Court.
THOMAS RUTHERFORD GLASS, :May 21-:& & J'unel14tc
{ deceased are herby notified and ,
: : : required to _file .any claims or de- IN THE COURT OF TilE COUNTY
mands which "they may have against JUDGE OF FLAGLER COUNTY.

', ., H JI .... .,"' : ':_. said estate In the office of FLORIDA
,:'.,..5. : ; .,. ,. the County Judge of Flagler County IN RE ESTATE OF
: :, ,' 1> ". :t.1....r""' ,' ,0....'... ,'.. fw Florida in the courthouse at THOMAS'S RUTHERFORD GLASS..
tr ; within eight cal
.N. Bunnell. Florida. Deceased
1 .,
?: j..t .*. j .S : : ; :" l endar months from the date of NOTICE OF PROBATED
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,; 't."f .., _.. f .jZV5: :: Each claim or demand must be IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DE:
i' ., ",-,.. in writing: and must state the placeof CADENT:
,''h" residence and post-office address You are hereby notified that at
appY""if'.r of the claimant and must; be written instrument purporting to-,
sworn to by ,the claimant, his, agent be the last will and testament of
or 'his attorney, or It will said decedent has been admitted'
become void according la) to probate In this court. You are
DATED, this 19-day of May.A. D. hereby commanded within six calendar
1959. months from the date of the-
H. T. COOK. first ,publication of this notice to-
Executor of Last Will & appear in this court and show
Testament of Thomas Ruther- cause if any you can. why the:
ford Glass action of this court in .admitting-
First Publication May 28, 1959., said will to probate should not
May 28 & June 4U181tc ,stand unrevoked. '
(Seal)
: IJT THE CIRCUIT COURT' OF DUANE A. DEEN _
FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA IN COUNTY JUDGE. FI.AGLER
: }W6rnents ; CHANCERY NO. STO2 SFNTYFLORIDA .
,
: ELIZABETH, BETTY LONG First Publication May %8. 1959.

:" .[i4. va. Plaintiff. May 28 & June 4-U-1I-4tc
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I PATRICK HENRY LONG.
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Defendant.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
: ;., THE: STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Wit ;I-Itr Wrlbus.NVNN .
Patrick Henry Long
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4114 Ridge ParkwayErie.
: >oLL, FLORIDAMRS.
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:t' Pennsylvania .
:
;, ;,; ; You are hereby notified that a ,
cult has been filed against you in
.* ? .. : the above entitled cause; and 'you M B. FULLER. Editor
'., t Graduation? Wedding? New baby? .
required' to file
... ,are hereby your
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"If
-"- Clerk ot' this
answer with the
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Quick share the happy news with: Court and to serve a copy thereof Deelgaatee Oiaelal P kUeat*.*
the or plaintiffs attorney -
upon plaintiff
,someone.by telephone. whose name ,and- address ,.., VmVU* Xetlee .t Flasks'Conty

{ Is: -.w..u. t....laad
W. Cecil Grant
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"', .' ", _. a pinch of' happiness,,mixed. we11..t'J': : .. Daytona 407* Main Beach.St. Florida the ''iltat..f Merita
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not later than June 27th A. D..
.1 i with two people on the phone makes the'flay : '. -
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ry btt1e .; : ; TOO to so pro
'" .,- day a ,brighter at.both' ends! .' confess ,'will be entered against ';:Ud..t th4 tts.t fes
., '.',J .. ...: .7: you for the- relief demanded in1 the .
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'M'A, : : ... said this' 20th, dam. May-A. D.

1f'r.: lIoulh..n 'Rill a :- 1Nf.(Official' Seal- ) '1': \ One year fiU.i .
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' 't\\ Y' PAGE FOUR, THE'FLAGLER TRIBUNE .BUNNELL, FLORIDA .Thursday. June 4, 1959
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.:.K";:J,.:'.;:'_; --- --I citizens of -Flagler County to late in the legislative session able to govern themselves. I

govern'themselves to a limited fully realizing that it would not also feel that our present Board
\" degree, and P have the utmost get out of the- legislative body; I l[of County Commissioners is serve
LETTERS TO confidence in the ability of our I wanted the citizens, of Flagler ing our community In a credit-
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own people to do a good job I County to be given the opportunity able manner, which reflects the
believe that government shouldbe to discuss it for two years, good judgment and capabilities
THE EDITOR. :j in the hands of the voters, t 0 determine whether they of the citizens of our county and
i':: .. and if my introduction. this wanted to ,govern themselves by further bolsters my, belief that
Resolution has stirred up the their own power to vote. I feel Flagler County should have the
.\.,, : --.- citizens to think for themselvesand that-the people of Flagler.Countyhave power of Home Rule.Respectfully .
'
( : May 2d, 1959 has been in direct conflict with act or react to government, the right to make this 'yours,
The Editor regulations as they now exist. it is a good thing. This was choice for themselves.In I W. L Wadsworth.

The Flagler, Tribune IN SUMMARY: The Resolution not an attempt to do anything my opinion, Home Rule I
Bunnell, Florida would give Flagler County Com behind anybody's back; it is could also plu the flow of the RCA VICTOR
Subject: HOME RULE for Flag- missioners the same powers in my contention that the benefits centralization governmentalcontrol
TV
': ler County House Joint ResolutIon the county, outside of town lim- that would be derived from Tallahassee and LIVING COLOR
p. No. 1708 its, that the Town Comissioners. i through the adoption of Home from, Washington, D. C. "LOOK. FOR THE PICTURE
.h" Editor have within the town- limits. :Rule would far outweigh any In closing I would like to say IV TilE "WINDOW"
J Dear :
,
Southern Radio & Television
; From all sides I have been I'I C. PROTECTION TO THE PEO- detrimental effects the_ Resolu further and again, that I have
.Y 1 asked the question: "What is PLE OF FLAGLER COUNTY: 'I tion could possibly have. I the utmost confidence in the 226 E. Granada ORMOND-Ph. OR 7-2001

. HOME"RULE', we Have read the HOME RULE would give the Further,_I ,introduced this bill people of Flagler County being I .
nt' editorial against it, but the, editorial people of Flagler County the
.- told us nothing about the right to: ,

subject, nor did ,it giVe us any 1. Reject or accept Home Rule
reasons on which to consider 2. Recall any or all Commissioners -
Count II AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I -1 I
the opposition it voiced.". .(A '' we I
In reply, I give you this, :so do not have at the present time). .
that the Citizens of. ,Flagler 3 Amend the Home Rule Charter 1 .
County may be properly In- I by intiative: and referendum at, -
formed. will; ,including the right to do i AUTO BODY'_ MILLAND HOTEL BAR
A. WHAT THE HOME RULE away with it completely. I FURNITUREREED'S
RESOLUTION DOES NOT DO: 4. Appeal to Flagler County ODELL HERSEY'S Come And Visit .

1. It does not effect any ,cons- Legislative' Delegation. to' set a- I PAINT & BODY SHOP AL AND"ELLIE Discount FurnitureUP

titutional officer side any Ordinances.IN I Complete Collision Service AT THEIR NEW BAR"You'll TO 507. DISCOUNTOn
a. Judge. SUMMARY: HOME RULE 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE -
I would the local I Meet Your Friends Here" Furniture and Appliances
I ... b. Sheriffc. put government Body & Fender Work 4
Clerk of Court i Jin the hands of Flagler County Painting. Matching Free Estimates FLAGLER BEACH New'and Used
d. County Tax AsSessor. people with a much greater I'I''j U.S. 1 So. OF BUNNELLDays 1100 Flomich A ve.-Holly Hill
e. County Tax Collector control than we now nave. ID 7.3372-Nlte ID 7.3267 Flagler Beach's Cosiest Bar
2. It does not effect.any taxes,'j D. WHO;WAS INFORMED AS TO AUTO SERVICE FLOOR COVERING
or authorize:any increase in takes MY INTENTION TO INTRODUCE I II BEERS WINES
; only taxes authorized' are I A RESOLUTION FOR THE HOME : McDANIEL'S '
those ,by general law .RULE OF FLAGLER COUNTY. i "Come As You Are" :Tilecraft Company"LET

3. It does not effect the jurisdiction 1. The majority of the County i .. Service" :Station HECKMAN'S BAR US FLOOR YOU"
of any.court. Commissioners.. '
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2. The Editor. of the STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Armstrong & Kentlle
4. It does not effect,the schools, Flagler AlA FLAGLER BEACH
or any school .superintendent. Tribune. (I was informed by, TIres-Batteries-Minor Repairs Sold and InstalledAll
5. It does not effect any, general the Editor, without reason, that Work Guaranteed
BUILDING SUPPLIES
laws. they would oppose such fa Resolution Bunnell ID 7-7119 Ormona Beach .-' OR 7-3181
6." It does not effect any municipality and I pursued the sub .
or town 'nor does it ject with them no further.) Biddle Gulf 'ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION WICKLINE. GARDEN SHOP ,
effect the powers of any mu- 3. Flagler County'citizens, by
nicipality or town.. indirect means, as to their ,o- Building ,Supplies Gray's Garden Center

. 7., It does not make It. manda pinion of a law which would alt GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS Headquarters for Gardealaa Needs
tory that people adopt Home low County Commissioners to STEEL Ceramics. Gifts Dry Arrangement
Rule, it merely gives them the give them aid they .cannot now 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days Materials
right to do so. legally 'receive. Flagler Beach -' HE 9.2254 Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers
State&
Lambert US l-ID. 7-7190
B. WHAT THE COUNTY COM- 4. The Attorney for the City 'of TORO LAWN MOWERS
MISSIONERS COULD 'DO UN- Bunnell who, together with the
SerVice''Station CLEANERS 147. Tomoka Avenue-Ph, OR 7-0512
DER THE HOME RULE PROVISION majority of the County Com, Colonial ORMOND

IF ADOPTED. missioners agreed with me that EARL, E. RICE. Proprietork. r.
BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY
/ 1. Allowed the giving of,certain if the people of Flagler Countydid GASoILLUBRICATIONMOTOR HARDWARE
services outside of town,limits not desire Home Rule, they t TUNE-UP CLEANING Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.
such as: had ample protection ,to' reject SERVICE
-a. Up and repairs to non- I same. GOODYEAR TIRES &:BATTERIES JOHN DEERE
keep Open Daily 8-5:30
county roads. E. YOUR ,REPRESENTATIVESOPINION U.So HIWAY 1 'BUNNELLHall' ,Agricultural- &Industrial Equipment
Saturday 8-6:30 'STEEL _
b. Aid by indirect means, the : I
securing of .adequate' and I believe this law would bea Atlantic, Station Phone ID 7-3188 Bars ft Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled
&
Black&Galvanized Pipe Fittings
fresh water supply for the'Town good law for Flagler County, Jack Hall 115 N. Bay St. -- Bunnell '
Proprietor LAWN MOWER REPAIRS
of Flagler Beach, ,and aid in had I not thought so I would not : *..
developing water systems for the i have introduced it for'consider- GAS-OILS-LUBRICATION CONCRETE PRODUCTS DEEN RD. .. Phone ID 75143

'.! area surrounding Flagler Beach.c. .I ation.' Flagler County is the TiresBatteriesAccessoriesROAD .
Aid in the drainage of farms home of myself and my familyas SERVICE Village Hardware Center
and such other county lands in I well as the home of you and Your "Q" For ConcreteDial HOUSE PAINTS
BUNNELL Tel ID 7-3652
need of developing.', your families, and 'what laws
From time'to time some of this we have govern us all, Individ- CL 3-8113 Match and mix any color

work has been done, however,I ually, as well as collectively. I J. L. Presswood,Garage DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's Builder's' Supplies ,Kitchenware
HOME RULE would allow the PRODUCTS '
STANPARD
,the performance of such work I N GIFTS GREETING CARDS
- -- I General Repairing-Road Service
Tires Tubes A Accessories Concrete, Inc. AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420

I Visit For Frozen Our Grocery Foods and Department Staples -' PAINT STOREJERRY'S
Tired of Paying Rent? Cubed Ice > DRUG STORES

: HE 9-2139 FLAGLER 'BEACH *
Anderson ,Drug Store PAINT MART
Sullivan's Gulf Service HANNA 'VEL-VON PAINT

COME SEE US } GULF Prescriptions One Coat Plastic Finish
;" Sick Room Supplies Stops Masonry Dampness
GASSPOILSLUBRICATION'TIRESTUBESACCESSORIES
:Sundries Point Sundries

Beach Information 29 W. Granada-:..Ormond Beach
and BUNNELL
"Specializing In Service .
Clean Rest Rooms"In .. /r Ph. OR 7.0761
The Heart of Flagler Beach ..
'pr .* Moody Pharmacy RADIOTELEVISIONFLAG.NELL
AUTO REPAIRS
Flagler County's Corner Drug Store
RADIO & TV
PRESCRIPTIONS
Shield_ 's Service; Station
as Chester McKenzie Mechanic DRUGS-SUNDRIES Complete, Service 'on All Makes

FOUNTAIN S3 VICE i Television-Radio
COMPLETE :AUTORBrAIRSRight I
Now We'll Overhaul and BunnelL Flo. Phone ID 7.3661 i Auto Radios Hi-Fi Electronics

Repair Your..Power Mower I I Moody 'Blvd. Bunnell
No Job"Too Big Or Too Small I I.QRMOND. PRESCRIPTION ,

111 No. Bay St. Bunnell PHARMACY i DON'S RADIO & TV'I

E GAR'S'GARAGE,' 'I'II I' Sifk Room :Supplies-Sundries I I I Zenith Sales and Service

4-Roor Service
Prescription
24-Hour Towing Service I "We Sell the Best
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'- ; NO, 'DOWN: PAYMENT! I COMPLETE AUTO BEPAIB6 Free.. Rt DeUverr AlA 1-'in mi.Flagler North of Beach and Service the Rest"

I Automatic Transmission .Service ORMOND ,BEACH-,Tel., OR 7-1661 AUTO RADIOS A SPECIALTYU.
Balancing-Front End
Wheel

Eitrt CMttructfoi Fetturct !II ,AH. Bern: Hones : :io Gramsda Alignment Ormoad-OR.,7--' I I' Thompson PharmacyYour Hwy. 1. Ormond OR 7.1473

;Health Is Wealth 1 REAL ESTATE_
-- 5,TREATED SILLS cold FLOOR JOIST AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION .
.Put. YourP18ESCBIPTIONS i
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DOUBLE 'FBAIIDIG'ON ALL OPENINGS 11 I
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Margaret .Givens
HOLLY;HILL C;
.-- FULL' 8-FOOT CEHJNtf ;
HYDROMAT1C, SERVICE' In Our Hands Reg. Real Estate Broker
-'SOLID PIER BLOCKS : .1 .
141 yW. Granada Ormond 7.1421 Notary PublicSpecializing ,
-.TOP.QUALITY PAINT._CHOICE:OF COLORS._ Repairing Rebuilding- In
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ON ALL 2 AKIOS (nP-' ,; TLOMSTS OCEAN '& RIVER PROPERTIES
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t AUTOMATIC TBAKSMI9 .IO3fS ... .
1239 Rldgewood Holly"H1U' Phone HEmlock 9-2035
'. _:, I Binlt ,On Your Lot OR 7-1381 ,Blacks Flower ShopPhone Ken Mar Motel-Flagler Beach

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: -. BAR AND PACKAGE STORELUCKY'S -, .IDlewood! 7-2348 RESTAURANT

Low' :Monthly ,Payments, :' .,P'O.'Box 3 ,Bonnell, Fla.
) BAR, All Occasions SANDPIPER COURT & 'r .
Flowers For
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'. Local Representative. ) FLAGLER BEACH We accept orders ',for Delivery SNACK BAR

r .MRS. BETTE McDANIEL .. ) Dancing Saturday Niter .Anywhere in 'the U.S.A.* Draft, Beer -,
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Phone JD' 7-3206: Bvarfall. ; Florida Let Us Help';Your "Spirits"BARPACKAGE FUEL OII.KING'S: ( SURF DEER AND CANAL AND WINE FISHING
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:,' :Bevis::Construction:, Co.,. Inc: ; FLAGLER BEACH .PHILLIPS TRUCK 66 GAS &STOP OILS PHONE HE 9-2156

HOTEL BAR Delivery In the County on PUBLISHERS & PRINTERS
<- Call Collect EA 5-5317 Paktka/Florida -
: Fuel Tractor Fuel
Kerosene,
Oil The
OPEH ,DAILY 8:80, A.: x.1L5.NP.:' ,: ; 'JLUUCE "The Meeting Place- ,, ,- .. : Flagler Tribune
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CTTT ,BlCllW Y..V.: MILE WEST OF WYE :AT < of FlaglerCoanty"Jim ; Gasoline Printers -

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IT. NEXT, MONDAYThe .
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Dlxlana Restaurant will I
', reopen for business next.
+ Monday, ,Owner Torn Diamond
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,: announced today. I VALUEGENERAL

The restaurant has been closed.
i MR. BRADLEY' HONORED I several months for repairs and I
1
II Gies-Kelly. AT A FAMILY REUNION I I renovation. It will resume with
ON HIS BIRTHDAY I the same business days and
t' Wedding Date A. G. Bradley was honored hours as before-every day ex ELECTRIC

Sunday at,a family reunion and cept Sunday from 6 a. m. to 9

I Set For July 26 birthday party at the home, of p. m. -

his and daughter Mr. and ;jt# .
son ,
,, of. of Miss Beverly
.The marriage life
Mrs. H. C. Cobb of Espanola. -
Ann Gles to Mr. Billy Joseph I -
celebrationof >
The occasion was in
i -
\ Kelly will be an .event, of July I' Mr. Bradley's 73 birthday an-, 'EASY I
,26 at the St. Stephens Catholic :' :
Church in Bunnell. 1 niversary. ROOM AIRCONDITIONER
? DOBS
the day with
Those enjoying
The bride-elect Is the daughterof I ,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Gies him were;: I'
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Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Brannon \{ IT"'h.
"of, .Bunnell and' the bridegroom ,
and Mike from Tuscon, Ariz.,
Kelly is/the of son,Bunnell.of Mr. and Mrs. G.,B. Mr. and son Mrs. J, D. Seymore and ..... HOENIAlE ; ltIJIN;

.. ,The ceremony wilbe:performed daughters, Linda ,nd Shirley, choice dressing for delicate ,
A
: -
S. C. Mr. and Mrs.
of Newbefry, ; fruit salads uses softened
o'clock in the afternoon.
2
,at >
NOW EVERYONE CAN AFFORD
K. M. Hoffman'and daughters, cheese into which has
Mr.'and cream I MODEL, R 60 P ,
the
Following ceremony
I Marcia and Lisa, of Ocala; Mrs. been beaten honey 'to'form the THE COOL COMFORT( Of GE

Mrs.reception. Gies at will their entertain home, with 310 S.a Nettie .Glenn, Plant City, Fla.; right consistency, A bit of'lemon .' Cools, raters, Dehumidifies, ROOM<> AIR' CONDITIONING! I
adds" the lang. '
Juice ,
proper
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Law, Plant Circulates '
.
Forsyth Street. Before pouring fruit gelatin i
All friends and relatives of.the City; Mr. and Mrs." H. C. Cobb mixture into molds for chilling Attractive, Compact Design > and'Mrs..
couple are invited to the ceremony''and and daughter Sue, Mr. rub the mold lightly with oil and
' reception. Eldpn Knight and daughter, sprJnkle with finely;chopped nuts. Simplified Control
t. % Jot; % I Kem; Mr.. and Mrs.Herbert: Bradley This gives a pleasant contrast to ( Ti )
and sons, Dickie and Glenn.
MICHAEL KELLEY.. I 9000 BTU/hr.
'
Also Mr. and Mrs.'W. B..Bradley, THIS WEEK'S RECIPE
CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY brother and sister, in law, and I ,- Capacity (in accordance I
ANNIVERSARY WEDNESDAY daughter Leona, of Branford: ," Molded Beet Salad with ARI Standards"110-5 6)) t
(Serves 6))
Mrs. Jimmy Kelley.entertained Florida. 1 package .lemon-flavored:
with a birthday party' Wednesday gelatin
I afternoon at her ',home SPENCER PAUL WHITE III I 1 cup hot water I See the complete line of GEtoJConditioriers

honoring her son, Michael, who Mr. and Mrs., Spencer ,Paul % cup cold water ''I I from'' z to i11 H.P
celebrated his sixth birthday an. White/Jr., announce the arrival} 3 tablespoons vinegar HQME Qi
'
niversary. She was assisted by of a son born at, .the Flagler % teaspoon salt
1 cup shredded pickled. beets.
Mrs. Eddie Zeller. Clinic and Hospital on Sunday ,

Featured entertainment for the May'31. He weighed 8" pounds V4 drained cup diced celery ,, pow pR c

young guests was a fish pond 2& ounces and has been named .1 teaspoon grated onion .
and a supper hunt: I Refreshments Spencer Paul III. Dissolve gelatin In hot w'a-

consisting of Honeyboys, ter. Add cold water vinegar
I DEBORAH ANN MEDDERSMr. and salt. Chill until slightly '
ice cream and cold drinks were
and Mrs. Harrie Medders thickened. Add beets, celery
served. '
The fifteen guests present in. announce the arrival of a, .five I Chill and*onion until and firm.pour Unmold into mold.on 'Harris Appliance & Gas_ Company

eluded Michael's cousins,' Lee pound,four ounce daughter bornat greens., .
Somers of Cna'Beach' and the, Flagler__Clinic_ and Hospital
I Douglas Somers Jacksonville; on May 31. She has* been I the smoothness of the gelatin. Phone.ID 7-3551 Bunnell, FloridaBRANNAM'S

Rubin'Cole, Ricky Harris, Dudley given the name of Deborah Ann. Use fruits in their natural formas --

Improto, Chip Johnson, David > much as possible for fruit
Higginbotham, Bengy' Cauley, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. ,Kudrna plates: melon rings whole berries .5
left this morning for a months halves of peaches and pears
John Geller, Kay Perryman, Eula '
and thin slices of pineapple. .
vacation. They plan to visit I I.I
Lee Moody, Treasa Pellicer, 'Ola
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points in Iowa and South Da- Easy frosting for an 8-irfch lay
Ann Flatts, Zane Kelley and Jeff er cake:, blend 3-ounces cream
kota and also a visit with Mr.
Johnston.Mr. ,cheese .with .1 tablespoon .milk,
Kudrna's sister.' _. 2% confectioners and
I cups sugar r''Food' Market
__ .
'Jk: Vi teaspoon vanilla extract. I
Mrs. (C.;: ,B. Eisenbach i
and Mrs. George Kielb > accompanied Cream of chicken or mushroomsoup
had as their house guests their by her: children, Heidi I thinned ,with X41|CUp of'milk
son Mrr. and Mrs. Henry Kielb and Benton and also Mrs. Neva I for each can of soup gives a Your Red & White Store .
'' "cream' sauce for scallopped
po
Eisenbach 'their
are spending
and children of South, Hampton, vacation in Klngsville, Texas,f tatoes. 119 N. BAY St. Phone ID 7-3496
Pa. They spent two ''eeks here J Lemon slices and green pepper
with Mr. and Mrs. Earl ,
and during that visiting to braised
time they visit. rings add flavor pork
,
ed points of interest in this"sec. Wilson. \ chops. MEAT DEPARTMENT

tion of Florida.Mr. .
Ellen Lee had her '
Mrs. as
CARD OF THANKS
i Swift Premium Fully Cooked .
guests several day last .week *.I,would like to thank the hos- -
and,Mrs.'Frank Hazen and her grandson, and his family, pital staff for their kindness and PICNICS 6 to 8 Ibs i.:.3'5C
children are spending their vacation -I I'Mr. and ''Mrs Ned Davis and care while I was a patient there.I Swift Premium --:- ; .

visiting in Pennsylvania.! children. I also want 'to thank my friends '

-- -- i for the flowers, cards, and visits. BACON SLICED CELLO ." .u, 49e

i .Your thoughtfulness is deeply '
,
Swift Premium I
Announcing The Opening appreciated. .

{, OF THE 1.. E. A. HUNTER. FRANKS \ ,"' ,-;:. ". lb 55C .,

DIXIANA RESTAURANT I CARD,OF THANKSI SAUSAGE Swift Premium ''1--f' -'. '". 3- $100
.t. .
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would like to take- this op- <.f'i. '. ;-< ., 1bso
>.OH I portupity to thank everyone for Armour : '
I the cards and flowers I received .
:MONDAY JUNE 8th' I while in the hospital, and to Dr. HENS 'BAKING ,4 to 6 Ib lb.. 39C<<

Canakaris and the;staff for their .
OPEN"DAILY 6:00 A..M. to 9:00 P.M.. CLOSED SUNDAYS I kindness. Stokelys No. 303 .
t ..
HENRY SHILL. FRUIT COCKTAIL 27eBirdseye
TOM DIAMOND) I \ '

[ CARD OF THANKS ,Chicken of.the Sea Vi'a ,

May we take this method of TUNA' 2Uc
I thanking our friends and neigh. !
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bors for their kind expressionsof 10 oz. -i ,
nnau'ndfl. sympathy in our recent ,be STRAWBERRIESBirdseye :
,2.
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.. : : I reavement. These expressionshave ?: ,.--; for49c.- "

.... .. ". been. deeply appreciated.The 10 oz. \::::9lt : ., ;

.... I J R. DONALD 4AARQUETTE> y I Smigielski Family. CUT GREEN] BEANS19c: : ,

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r :'Has' established :an office lin'BunnellThreeevenings i I ,:i:' '"
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,' per.'week,in'the Rice. ',.BuildingCorner'Moody .. (JESVS).- will come again andreceire Birdseye 10 oz. '. >:<, .' ,.'. : ; .''.:'' 1

'' ; 'Blvd.. and Bay'St._ you unto myself-" CPTCORN. .. ; "}',1gc

1 :-' >Across from i ,the Bank .. '' (John 14:3. b) Birdseye 10 oz.. 1. ,

: 4 Qffios" Hours Are .. .',t Listen"HERoLD ,(JREAMED .ei.
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8:; : PAGE :SIX : THE FLAGLER, TRIBUNE. BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, June 4, 1959


:x: '- 'Sen. Receives I Monday and Thursday*at J. p.m.

>. Teen-Dances Pope State Game'Body I Miss Sara Rodgers and 'Mr. YOUR CLOSEST OUTLETFor

i Clifford McGriff will supervise Quality Furniture

: ; {; Start Tuesday Letters ,Regarding Public ,Meetings I the program., ,_ Hight"We're Rent Out DiStrtcrCIIRIS'S of the

... ,
,
, '
Kindergarten StandThe --:--' -
FURNITURE
.. ,The summer series ,of 12 Teen Are Scheduled THE OUTBOARDERL r
"I: Dances"will begin Tuesday night following letter to Sen. 168O Rldgew Are.: Holly lUll
,
at the Flagler Woman's Club-in Verle A. Pope regarding .kindergarten and FreshWater I, Authorized J3vlnrude !>ealerBOA.TS
The State Game ACCESSORIES.. REPAIRS
Flagler Beach from 8 until 1:30 appropriation was sent to I
holding
'. Commission began Dockage Storage Free Ramp .
is self
P., M. The Tribune. It -explana
I public meetings'June 1, to WE FINA."iCE ,
letter the
along
." These dances are offered 'for tory. Another gather information for setting 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona FOR
same line was sent ,from the
.:, ,' .:: o: ,enjoyment of.all ,county teen. Education up fishing and hunting regula-
Hillsborough County SHELL FILL & SAND
agers and visitors. ', tions for the 1959-60 season. '
REFINANCE
Association. YOUR. DEBTS
Many new'Ieatures will. be in- I 28 1959. One of these metings is sche With a Long Term DIRT CONTRACTS
Tallahasseee, May '
troduced this summer, according "Senator Verle Pope duled to' be'held .in: Orlando 1
0; I
'to'Mrs. Harold.Massie,'chamnan. "State Capitol Building Wednesday,.June 10, beginningat FEDERAL LAND BANK CALL

: :Plans include a sandwich sup. I 'Tallahassee, Florida 7:30 P. M. This meeting will FARM
:' 'j dance Bermuda dance, i '"Dear Senator Pope: be LOAN
per potato nearest to Flagler County ( I EMIL MISSINNEPhone
"The Florida public school

' : system R. W. BRYAN
chip dance, beachcomber ,is again indebted to for residents. Meeting sites will, be
you HE 9-2094'
dance, and others. i i.the'very fine effort you are con- I announced later. Production Credit Assn.
,
Parents Bunnell teenagers .timing to make, against great All interested persons and Wednesday10:00PALATKA : I FLAGLER BEACH

are urged to form a car:pool''and odds, ''on behalf of the' public 1 I organizations are invited to sub I ,. 'FLORIDA.I I I _
I schools cof this state and the I i
take turns in furnishing transportation boys and' girls' whom we serve. '!!,recommendations as to all,1 i T

_. for: the children i "May 1 particularly thank you hunting. : and fishing regulationsat : t
: The dances will be supervised :for successfully'' obtaining a I ,the specified meetings, or in INSIIE-Stay hsure & Rest Assured
, by five members of the Woman's workable ,compromise on the writing to any office of the com- ,
\ Club., Assisting'Mrs. Massie for kindergarten program and in I mission."* .

the summer series will be Mrs. .increasing the from capital$24,000,000 outlay appropriation to- I' The commission will hold its GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROMH.

Ed:Nye, Mrs. Jasper White, Mrs. over $27,000,000 Without ,your annual budget meeting in Tall-
..
Earl Thiel ,and Mrs. B.:.,S. Clay. able assistance I fear that the ahasee June 19. 55
I T. COOK AGENCY
. A ,small (25c) admission will kindergarten program would .
have been. lost and the building
be charged' to :cover expenses. funds appropriated at the lower, i County Summer Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida
.' but any interested person wish and insufficient, amount.

ing ,to provide( prizes, records, "I also want you to know I I I

favors or make a donation for appreciate what you'and Senator I Activities Will ...-..-..............._...................... ..................... -
'
Carlton and others '
Doyle are
this purpose may do so to any doing to restore the $550 valueof :Begin June 22 FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
committee member and'the 'I
the county sales tax fund allocation _
money will be used to providefun to schools. The Flagler County Summer

and enjoyment for ,the'teen "I want to thank you again, I Activities Program will begin AMBULANCE "
on behalf of all of us interestedin
4-1625
agers. June 22. The 'program will'In- PHONE VAIley
the education of our 'youth I
The top tunes will be playedon and adults, for your determination I clude baseball, softball, group SERVICE, ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA .
hi-fl.. A snack bar will be to, make Florida's games, arts and crafts, and

open to include soft drinks, hot tional program one of. educa.1 swimming. ... .;-? Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
in Nation. We
dogs, candy and gum. Novelty our are Swimming will take place at and
with
indebted to you.. are'always at TOUT service -promptness safety
features and dances will be included "Cordially."Thomas, I the Welch pool in Daytona '
'
at every' dance. D. Bailey." Beach. Non-swimmers will swimon xpeiieace. \

I Thursday, afternoons. Swim Equipped.'With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator

i Student Graveside Service mers will go ,on Monday after \
Day roBe
noons.' There'wirl be a chargeof Garcia Funeral Home

Held for i 10 cents for each child going
Observed Thursday
r swimming. A bus will transport P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

Methodist, 't InfantJeffe'ry.. White I students to Daytona Beach. The LADY ASSISTANT '

By Bue will leave from, the gym on .:.....................'......'.....-............................................"'11
_" "Student ,Day" will 'be observe Graveside services were held
c '
ST t ed Sunday morning, June 7, at I Thursday afternoon at the Espanola ... ,-\. ,,. .. .
the First Methodist Church. The Cemetery for Jeffery Erwin .' ) ;
.... .
Youths of, the, Church, with the I White, infant son, of Mr. ,.. \ or .. -, .... ",, '
( 4__ assistance of John F. Jones, Lucille ; and Mrs. Joe E. White of Bun I :

\ Johnsfon, and Annie Ruth nell. Rev: Thomas Pinner, pas

.t'. Geller, wllf have,complete charge tor of the, First' Baptist Church,

'; of the, church service including ; officiated.In Getoa Dividends

the speaker:'special music, ushers addition to the parents,
survivors include his infant twin
( and other functions of the I \ I
r': Sunday morning'worship,service. : brother; two sisters, Pam ,and

t '. The Florida Methodist Conference !Amy; his grandparents, Mr. I and 'FREE'BUYER'S
;
s- opened. Tuesday ,in, Lake- : Mrs. Fred White-'of Bunnell and DIGEST OF NEW VOURDEALER FORO

:' land for the annual, conferencer I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brock of Quin- CAR FACTS .

t which will last through Sunday. cy. ,Also his,great.grandparents, M pas**cnoHMd f R d mtntfMviM Sw
: Uttt N how to by.
F f: Mr. and Mrs. Rudye Shamblenof ;; sad no yadr wM erS HAS(
t FRESH WATER LESS BUOYANT Bunnell. ,Craig Funeral Home
S /
f J' Rivers and lakes are less buoy: was, in charge or arrangements.
ant''than the ocean. A ship set-

r f ties one.foot deeper In. fresh waif Habeas Corpus literally means, fMUFFLERFREECHECK f FOR YOU I.;

ter for every 36 feet of draft. "you may.have the body." ...4anrwHL WI m...MKttrc....". .
duct ywn M r ti b..-. .WI CM an,..-r
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i-i'CLASSIFIED Boy COMEINICASHINJ!Arc we ever making people Ford-
happy. We're dealing dividends all

EXTRA over the place. Anpl the biggest dividend
1' .. 'FREE EASY TERMS of all is the thrill" you'll get
: ADS i SAFETY CHECK aFlf/l.f.d.a.dlw behind the wheel. We've never had a '

( rtkwffyhtoJBt' ) WK. e .sun e i Ford so big inside so beautifully
: \ to A to I dMck*KaktOikti
.. ru- br.rdriws proportioned outside. Come see,come
aeldeaaar. .rn
r,. \ J..IRIap wider tkta..e.dIa. ewe 3.Beata.. per w.r\e. eli_ fauertlea, wsdd aid ss.mr save, come get all 'these.extra dividends .
,M enta U ala. ekaivre. -
"., now during our special
, t.' :FOR SALE-2 bedroom home. SMALL HERD of cattle for sale. Dividend Days.

"? furnished. Shell and Gift Shop I C I Tested for Bangs free. See Louis 5- -B0s.d one' comparison manutoctvnn''.*v00 (f.tf ntoll print
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:", .'.. well stocked..2 apartment house. I I Trad. ,
L. ..'" : Furnished andrented.,. All above, ,
FOR SALE-Air Compressor. Call ..
't, on corner loci;facing Ocean High Save on the standard
" ; ID 7-3664.. May 14-tf AMERICA'S NO.. 1 DIVIDEND CAR Save on
way A1A"and<<: :' Main:.St at Flag. high-capacity,surer- body finish that
J" ler Beach;"Fla.: ;Price and terms FOR SALE-on -waterfront lot starting battery never needs waxing N

. very reasonable.: Owner wishes new bedroom house on Lan .

;. to retire. ",One ,owner 18 years. tana Street in Venice 'Park, two

i John .R..Preen. 521-4tc full baths, large. Jiving .room, ,
,, ,' .. dinette kitchen with built
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.'t. .:' DIGNIFIED in equipment' and wall refriger 1 '>/ *,-".>3* VvV
,. ;" Florida room with
fireplace,
:: :'.; Interesting profitable worki tatar J' ..
"' ... ,,lull or,part time.\Write NOW garage, central heat Terms. "The Thunderbird-mspired Ford Gatab costs
::; Robert Banner builder. Phone only$52 more than the Fairlane 500
.-," ,' AVON,COSEMETICS,'Box 246 t J L.. ,.
x: 'Florida HE 9-2172.. 4-23-tf Save oo aluminized 1 Save op to HILTS over Fords nearest competitor*on a Save H Save up to
lockhart, muffler that normally J Fairlane 500-any modd-wttti heater,radk)and automatic up to 82 co' | W a year on
lasts twice as lone | transmission;with air auditioning you can save H1US other accessories I regular has and o3T I
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9 ,ASEPTIC TANK cleaning reasonS

; S able rates., George. Jarosz. Phone' BEACH REALTY CO. DIVIDEND DAYS ,AT YOUR FORD*DEALER'S. .

r ID 73410., : 5 28-11 5, tc. i LOTS, HOMES, kcEAN .FRONT, r f
..., : WATER, FRONT, FARMS, J .. ;\59. FORDS-THE WORLD'S MOST BEAUTIFULLY PROPORTIONED CARS .D-A.F.. .
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; ;B ACH, HOME-for rent 2 bed :.ACREAGE ". *

{. (boom'furnished waterfront home Seeoft 4 'To'foryo *,aee l.estate" seeds ;' :

'f" ({in Venice, Park.. Available after Office :Phon HE,92032Residence ", ::> Bunriell( Motor Company #,. .,. # -
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+ ;June 12.. Contact E.:,D. :Mathews, ; Phones; ID:i. -3691.. '., ': ,_; ... ". /, ..-'
.t\f. ;Box 525,'Flagler_ :Beach,-or Phone r'h" : ; ,
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