The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: June 25, 1959
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00131
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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47, NO. 24 ,BUNNELL, ,FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1959 $2.50 A YEAR

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I _Miss Florida East Coast Contestants* Lions. Install Officers;

.,J,," v Award* .Service Pins ;

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" -- Thirty-one members and In.
f .....- I vited guests were present'for
:r Center Island the Lions Club1 Ladies Night and
; Installation of Officers :Monday

r,;: a. ; ; ;t Planting Thru night dining at room.A the. Masonic. Lodge

rt yamf N '..'.' .. ': .. buffet dinner was served to

:" i ""'; ,'."Ii __ u_ '''_' ". 1". 1RAC' City CompletedThe those attending and C. K. Millerof
I' ,Daytona Beach presented a
of the islands
'" '. planting center -
F ;: AR kpL on u.S. Highway No. 1 musical program on the' Hammond .

... ,. through, the' city limits of Bun., chord organ.
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Leonard Moody installedas
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:t : : ;; : : nell has been completed, thus
". president of the club with
making a very pretty appear ..
.' :.1t. d"5'% .. ante, of the highway through vice presidents Fred Fruits,
..., .. ..., town. Gayle Mercer and Robert Cook.
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Lion _
Tamer is George Wick-
The plants and labor for the
)q:: ." plantings was furnished by the line and Tailtwister is Jimmy
I. Kelley. John Day is the secre
city and the county commission.
Miss St. Johns County Miss Jeanette Holland County Agent Howard Taylor tary and L. H. Drady will'serveas
designed the 'planting:plans and treasurer.
d'F Miss Virginia Eatman, 18 year Miss Jeanette Holland., 17 year supervised the program( also'doing I ,Ralph Harbert and Coy Harris
Miss* S aD or d directors.A .
old daughter of Mrs. T. A. Eat are
old. daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. a lot of the actual work.)
Miss Sandra Ford, 17 year old man of St. Augustine, Florida. The plants used in 'the planting 20-year charter membershippin
Miss ,Eatman is sponsored by George Holland. of 716 Fifth .Avenue was presented ,to O. F. Al-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam 'o designs were Spanish Bayo
\, Tord, of 1415,South Atlantic ,Avenue the St. Augustine Jaycees and Daytona ,Beach, :Florida. net, Pyranctha, Bottle, Brush, ford. Ten-year charter member
: Daytona ,Beach. 'Florida. holds the titles of Miss St. Augustine Pfisters Juniper, Virburnum Sus ship pins were presented to G.S.
Miss Ford is sponsored by Sears as.well"as Miss St Johns Miss Holland ,is sponsored by, pensium, Ligustrum Luddium, Anderson, John A. Clegg, L. H.

"Roebuck and Company. County.. .. Paint Drive-INiOf Daytona Beach. ,and Daylilies._ The daylily plants Drady, C. B.'. Eisenbach, Ralph'I
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were by a number of
W. H. Wells, and George
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people the town
;Flagler Beach Prepares Softball Standings Wickline.
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..-'' J. 'Dewayne Metts leads Summer Calypso Theme -
t :' ; For Invasion of Beauty Softball League with'three home I Park Planting. .

j>,< : I runs. While1; his team mates, Selected FOE: .
the Phillips JjjCtfjead: the league I Is .Started.In
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'. -- kL .. ..AtfrthCbration axith 12wlna.; =They will-tryfor Teen' D.__. ce,", j _
: .... ... their. straight win Thursday .
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:: ..;. .-.- .l' '''' \ The theme_for the- Teen and Flagler Beach
f L;Flagij Beach ;is' preparing''for Ir r night Pre-Teen dances at the Wonians
I. the FirSt'' Annual .Miss Florida Sammy Bertha.who has been Club in Flagler Beach:next,Tues 'County Agent Howard Taylor .
*East Coast Beauty Contest which developing a new pitch will try I day will be a,Bermuda 'and Calypso is this week planting a 'demonstration
at 2 o'clock. in, the I to be ,the first pitcher to beat Dance,Theme,with the boys plot in the Flagler
I ,afternoon on JuJY 4th, and will the Philips 66 team.- and girls :dressing in apporpiateattire Beach Park along Highway AlA.
'" ..',* have as contestants 15 ,of the .TEAM Mrs Harold 'Massie said The planting will be about 2,000
"state's loveliest young Jadies. I STANDINGW. L today. square feet of space and will
Four major titles will be represented Phillips 66 12 0, The Queen name drawn 'for include plants which are adaptable .
'In.this. the' "youngest Bunnell Restaurant 6 '6 the pre-teen dance n'ext weekis to the ocean front growing
beauty contest in the nation.", I,Harris Appliance 5 8' Janice Seale and King is Larry conditions:

Leading the parade ,of beau, Flagler Beach Fire Dept: '2 11 Gresham. Mr. Taylor said the plants
ties will be the home 'queen; For the .Teen Dance the King I being used ,in the plot include
'"Miss' Flagler County," who is TOP TEN HITTERS. and Queen names drawn were Vitex, Virburnum Suspensium,
:Miss Betty Jo Revels, of Bunnell. C. Higginbotham 480 Donnie McNab and Marlene Ilex Bullata Sea Grape Ligus-
I' Other county queens include C. Sheffield :. 475 Ricks. trum Luddium, Shore Juniper,
"Miss, St. Johns County," Miss Metts 433 The top tune' selected for this Spanish Bayonet, Beach Holly,
Virginia Eatman. !:Miss Volusla Martell'_ 423 week was "My Heart Is An Beach Tea Plant, and Beach Ice

:, I County," Miss ,Patricia Shockey, Littlefield ;: 393 Open, Book". ._ Plant. ,
and Miss Daytona International Gomes 385J. -

Speedway Outboard Racing' ," 4 I. Sheffield : 380S. Traffic Violation Point. System .
formerJlfMiss Volusia County .. -
and :; Bertha 375B. I
," Miss Evelyn Cusack., Cummins -, 375
Becomes Effective FirstThe
Miss Beverly ,Cadman of New G \ :
'Smytna Beach, .winner.of the Miss Evelyn Cusack
10th Annual'Seaside Fiesta 'contest ,Department of Public accumulate' 24 points during a
staged by the Lions Club of Miss Evelyn Cusack, 17 year Dramatic Billy Safety will put into operation three year period.
that ,city has officially entered old daughter: ..of'Mi.. and Mrs. the new point evaluation system Point values range from two
-this'contest.. E., J.. .Cusack of 400 Goodall Avenue Graham Film To enacted by, the 1959 legis covered .
Other events on ,the Fourth's :Daytona: Beach, Florida. lature on July' 1. ,
schedule ,include a'. "Fishathon," Miss Cusack is sponsored by the Visit In Bunnell _Department Director 'H. N. scene of the, accident and unlawful
starting at 6, a. m. and running Building Trades Council of Daytona Kirkman today emphasized that speeding resulting in an
through 5: p; m. There is no Beach, and was Miss Vo '"Souls In Conflict", one of the the new point system is designedto accident the heaviest. violation
entry' fee 'and prizes will be lusia County for 1958. She ,now newest film releases by Evangelist not only take bad drivers off point charges. '
given for largest 'fish, most fish, holds the, title,.of Miss Daytona Billy Graham will be shownin Florida's streets and highways, Other categories and their
and smaller prizes for varieties Beach IJ International Speedway Bunnell on June 28th at 8:00.Local but,to further enable the depart points include: Reckless driving,
\ of fish. Blanks may be,obtained Outboard Racing. arrangements are in ment to improve the attitude of willful and wanton, 4 points;
at Flagler Beach Hardware. s ----- charge of First Baptist Church, the 'errant driver before he passing a stopped school bus, 4
fireworks will Rev. Thomas Pinner said today. reaches the suspension stage, points;, unlawful speeding,: 3
A gala display been living here about four "Souls In Conflict", a trilogy thereby creating better driver at points; all other moving viola-
take 'place at ,dusk. Followingthe coming from N, Y. .
'will'' years, Troy with spiritual lift for all, was titudes and eventually fewer accidents tions '(including parking on
fireworks there be a
She was a member of the Anglican and deaths. ,
filmed during Graham's world injuries, pavement'outside municipalities3
frees: street,dance., ..
Church., publized London Crusade. It'is Kirkman, pointed out that the points with an added ,stip- .
Citizens from throughout the Survivors,include her husband, a full feature-length film in major portion of the new law ulation that any moving viola-
central part.of Florida'.are being William' A., Hamilton;. three authorizes
color suspension of drivers'licenses' tion resulting in a collision
invited to ,ttend'betFourth of daughters, Mrs: James Williams, '' for could from 4 to 6
"Souls In Conflict", a full- periods ranging range points.
July celebration Flagler Elliott MacRoberts,
and Mrs.
length feature in color, was pro from one month to one year upon Convictions on improper equip'
"Beach... rMrs.E. both of Troy and Mrs. Henry 'duced by Great Commission! conviction' of traffic law violations ment (brakes, lights steering)
-. Eisel of! Liverpool, New York; Films' Hollywood, in associationwith I in eight different cat- will result in two'points being
\ one son, Russell Hamilton. Nal- t Anglo-Scottish Pictures, I egories. assessed against the driver.
Hamilton den Bridge, New York;.one brother :London. The. Graham organization I Minimum suspension under Points accruing during the first
George:,McAloney, Montreal, anticipates this screen:pres- I the act,will fbe for -a one month 12 months will count, at' full .
At Home, '
Dies Canada; :and 22 grandchildren II tation will surpass the' success period where a driver, has accumulated value but for those drivers who
MrsJ'Estelle Maude:'Hamilton, and '12 greatgrandchildren., of, an"earlier film "Mr.f Texas" a 'total of 12'points take heed 'and drive carefully,
who lived.on':'A1A Berth,l (nag'-' The rnIf':::,;vile foiwarded'toFroy described as "the world's: first in a one year period, three their points accumulated 'Will

ler CoMtty,*died atjier residence- 'for funeral' services: and- in' i Christian western., .** months. suspension for 18 points'accumulated only count at ,half value during
Saturdi r ,morning;,Sbe.was',:69 terment. ., Af. I' in any one: andonehalf the next two years' provided. that
years 4iI*:age; and born in'New ,Craig Funeral Rome was in A{salesman scores\ when f hetouc l .Y ar,period 'and',a.one no further violations are reported -

'1kunsWI. ..., .." '''%Canada.-.. wdyhI4Lt charge" :of' :local. .arrange. ,ierit-- .-., S all .the bases.' ; year suspension ,for drivers who to the department..
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tl;., ,,' '* PAGE EIGHT THE :FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA ,Thursday, June 25, ,1959
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.l.' Shift In Allocation, of Resources ,I I

(c: '. Helps Meet" Our Changing' Needs ;Save Money-Act Now

r' (By Spud Johnson)

The. allocation of land and'other 1 1r. I I i HOMES BUILT ON YOUR OWN LOT '
'S and for .
: tomatoes cabbage or an .I
resources is accomplished in an .
t ";: .enterprise system such as ours
: largely in response.. to changes Determining which acreagesto
employ in each use and NO DOWN PAYMENT
''t" in relatively prices-prices of
whether the land should be used
the ,and services the '
r" products 5-
t land can help produce prices now or later are the'economic 1
problems that are_associated
of resources combined with land,
? with the use of natural.resources.
t. and price of land'Itseit..

f". ".',: / Better machines, chemicals 1I
new -
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'; For example when the price
improved breeding of plants J'Sll'tr'. I
: beef -
if of goes up relative to the
: and livestock and ,the extensionor
? price of corn some farmers who S. .
scientific knowledge .can. helpus '
.};: tc'; have a choice will shift into I
meet the future needs for
f \ beefproduction.., When the .
,products of the land. They offer
wages of hired labor'rlse rapidly ( ; S
r' the signal is 'given to farmers possibilities. for .adjustment

;. to mechanize. When'paper com among farm products to meet
changing market needs and to
", panies can offer'$30 an 'acre for ,1
assure us .of abundant low.cost
: ,' land that is worth no more than ;
production in the future.
.,,: ''' ;, $20 to farmers, a shift is indi .

F :: cated. Relative prices and +
r' changes in relative prices 'are PRECIOUS TO PERU _-._. ) S.

: major factors in ,our decisions as .-_j-L 'SS'5( S5S _'4S SSSS ,
c Guano is more precious to Peru :
of land.
to the use
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: than gold. Collecting the

r :; Responsibility for the decisions droppings of sea birds from, the .
F- ,is,'tied to the consequences of rocky islands strung along the ---- -
This Model
Per Month
: the decisions.. If the in $35.95 .
If. person Peruvian cast is a major Indus. '
f' control of the land decides tot Peru's islands and COMPLETELY FINISHED OUTSIDE. e.. STUD WALLS,ONLY INSIDE
:, it items the' try. guano _ _ _ _ _ _ _ S.
,. use to produce con. walled nesting grounds on the
suming public prefers, his In. 2-bcdroom'Houses as Low as 527..66'Per PLUMBING WIRING AND SHEETROCK:
mainland are the largest bird Mo.l I
t'I' come is increased. If he insistson sanctuaries of their kind in the 3-bedroom Houses as Low as $41.48 Per ,FURNISHED IF DESIRED S

not using the land or using I I world._
f:, ". it to produce something the .
Bevis Construction Inc.
f.. public does not want he can Company, :
; expect little or .no income from I
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.; U the land has a, higher productivity *. PALATKA. FLORIDA-PHONE EAST 5-S317 COLLECT. OFFICE HOURS 8-12 &. 1-5

, ; S .when it supports three. LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE: BETTE McDANIEL BUNNELL. PHONE ID 7.3206
bedroom houses than when! it Ist \ '
in corn'' or watermelons, the / (S PHONE PO 4-4968 "

S 1. landowner's economic,. welfare I .5 '55S. S APPOINTMENTS ANYTIME, CALL YOUR'NE BEST OFFICE,COLLECT ,, .
,; will be improved if' he permits .' 't' :
'If, the land to be used for .building ;
S 54'S -
t: sites. w I ] \ ) : .
. -.. If he insists on growing water-l U \ .
: melons in:the center,of'a subdivision t J j .

\; he. will pay'- a price inj-j i ': 1.' 'S'._(.'..,"".". ., ,,
r. termsof, the.goods and services 1t
:;s that he must forego. The same "THE /

:. incentive is applicable for each : ,
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t : pair of. crops each pair of, bust- J a '

". ness uses, each pair of livestock SMARTEST ._. ., I
enterprises general each

;t}( pair of uses in which land' can

be employed. ; : i'SMOST ; :'

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t.' .),f determines S the distribution of"S .. "
:- income the land earns. People JOYFULSS .<

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.; .' the resources they controlS '.5 .-" <

t\; contribute Little of,to our production.land is limited GIFTS 1Q7 ;;;

to the output of one commodity t 'I

, service. We must 1
S apportion
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THE BIKINI'S Even ;- [ :
Li our: limited resources. We must though it's almost backless .5' ... ;' I
decide whether to use a tract swim suits,
and frontless. New
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( for a homesite or for crops; like the one above show the ..... "

: whether to' use land to produce shape'of things to come. '.,r'-. .

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i institutions of the South and the, city from which. it takes Us :
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h. REMEMBER'From Estate ofISHAbt RE: ESTATE OF IN EQUITY NO. 3743, County Florida
f' f Deceased. Deceased.T. LOUIS OSSINSKY. SI., Deputy

:. t ,IYmwmllu.. The State' .* Florida T* All Per- All Creditors and p ...._ as Trustee (Circuit Court. Seal)
\ MM Interested la the Estate of. Having Claims .r Demands Acmlmsl Plaintiff OSSINSKY &: KROL ...
said Deeedeatt said Estate Solicitors for Plaintiff
You are hereby notified that a You and each of you are hereby vs. 411 :Main Street
t: .Mrs. F..L., Redfield. Op. written 'instrument purporting to I notified and required to'present I ESPOSITO and COMPANY.an Daytona Beach. Florida
7' :lieim, MJBUM:' I remember be the Last Will and Testament of any claims and demands which you Illinois corporation.Defendant. June.ll-18-25 & July 2-itc
said decedent has been admitted to have against .
in I or either of you. may TILE
. Mama, basque and cored skirt probate 'in said Court. the estate of ISHAM L. JOHNSTON I NOTICE TO APPEAR CIRCUIT COURT OF
'with' stiff crinoline extending.up You are' hereby commanded 'within deceased late of said County to AND ANSWERIN FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA, IN
:- from the hem a full twelve inchcs -' six calendar months from thedate I the County Judge of Flagler County I THE NAME OF THE STATEOF CHANCERY NO. 3741.FRA.'iCIS .
'' of the first publication of this Florida at his office in the FLORIDA.TO SASSANO.
(- ; stiff 'whale-boned corset notice to appear in said Court and court house of said County at Buri- : ESPOSITO and COMPANY. Plaintiff.

;cross-stitched tie-around gingham show cause, if any you ran. why I nell, Florida within eight calendar an Illinois corporation.
;, the action of said Court in months from the time of the first You,1 are hereby notified that a WRY M. SA SANO.
.- apron; and cotton stockings ting sail Will to probate. publication of this notice. Each suit has been brought, against you Defendant
;;, '(black of course) covered with not stand unrevoked. admit-I claim or demand shall be in writing in the Circuit Court of Flagler NOTICE TO DEFEND
: ''button shoes. She (Seal) DUANECA.ny and shall state the place of resi- County Florida, in equity by I THE STATE OF FLORIDA; TO:
dence and post office address of the LOUIS OSSINSKY. SR.. as Trustee. Mary M. Sassano
" sang the church hymns as .she Flagler County. claimant and shall be sworn to by Plaintiff and you are hereby required 153-18 88th Street

nixed the, bread,1'fried; the potatoes ., First Publication on June 25th. .1959. I the claimant agent attorney and to file by your Attorney Jamaica, New York
. .. June 25 ,July9..16ttc any such claim or demand not so with the Clerk 'of said Court your You are hereby notified that a
; ,,or stirred.,up;;the corn.pone. ----- filed shall be void. written defenses if any. to the Bill suit has been filed against you ,in
l One Other songs. (Oh how' wellI IN THE> CIRCUIT COURT ,OF ALICE JOHNSTON In Equity in said suit on or before the above entitled cause; and you
FLAGLER COUlf!'!:. FLORIDA. IN As Executrix of the Last Will the 13th day of July. A. D. are hereby required to file your
i i remember this one).,was' "Yield CHANCERY NO. ssn and Testament of ISHAM L. 1959 and also to serve a copy of answer with the Clerk of- this
.Not'To Temptation.." ANTONIO R. CALX.WOOD/. ; JOHNSTON deceased. your written defenses Court and to serve' a copy thereof

Papa, fa....... litoek.the com- S v: Plaintiff,_ First publication June 25. 1959.June' OSSINSKY & KROL. Sollicitorse upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney -
vs. 25 & :July 2-9-16-4tc Plaintiff at, their office at 411 whose name and addressis
bteed strength. of himself: and ELSA 'CAULWOOrf.Defendant ? Main Street. Daytona Beach. Florida : '

two of u girls to get the boot IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH on or before the 13th day of W. Cecil Grant
; NOTICE TO DEFEND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND July. A. D. 1959. as required by the 407% Main St.
ever Us "hifh Instep. Now it THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: FOR FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA Florida Equity Rules and herein Daytona Beach Floridanot

was, time to take Us Jack-knife, I Elsa Call wood < ,' IN CHANCERY. CASE NO fail not or Decree Pro Confessoand later than July 14th. A. D..
,whittle ,257. West 111th Street 3754 Final Decree will be entered 1959. .
aad .. ahaYlq'Cv18'tromj New York. New York DAVID H. against you by default. If you fall to do so decree pro
ene. ef the kindling. sticks. The You are hereby notified that a GARRIS.Plaintiff, That the name of the Court In confesso will be entered against
are started off so much faster suit has been filed against you in which said suit has been institutedIs Tor the relief demanded in the bill
the above entitled cause: and you -vs- the Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial of complaint. The nature of said
with that kind of havings. Next. are hereby required to file your answer BETTY BURNETTE GARRIS., I Circuit in and for Flagler suit being for Divorce.
.win the clock 1 once a week. It with the Clerk of this Court Defendant. County. Florida and that the title WITNESS my hand and seal of
and to serve a copy thereof upon NOTICE TO APPEAR of said cause la as hereinabove set said Court. this 9th day of JuneA.
stood ea the shelf' suited to an the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: forth. j" I D., 1959.Official .
Jsttlde waIL whose name and address is: BETTY BURNETTE GARRIS You are further notified that the ( Seal)
Samuel V. Holch 909 S. '5th Street nature of said suit is to foreclose
One of the evening chores.wasto U. S. Highway 17 Wilmington. North Carolina a' certain Mortgage on the follow- I Clerk RALPH of E.said HARBERT Circuit Court

see that school homework. was P. O. Box 471 .. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat ing described property to-wit: June 11-18-25 & July 2-ttc .
done.' East Palatka. Floridanot a suit for divorce has been Being a part of Section Forty _
later than July 27th.-. D. 1959.If filed against you in the above en- (40). Township' Ten (10) ,South. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
And that clock-shelf. ''It was you fair to do so. decree pro titled cause and you are hereby Range Thirty-one (31)" East, and FOR FLAGLER COUNTY. FLOR

,' # covered with a lambrican confesso will be entered against required ,to serve upon Plaintiff more ''particularly. described as IDA. IN CHANCERY NO.
: you for the relief demanded in the attorney whose name and address follows: CITIZENS BANK OF BUNNELL.
bjuuMrimmed piece :of, linen.' bill of complaint. The nature of appear hereon your written defense Beginning at'a concrete monu- Plaintiff.
.' There were'ttdtea. en. the backs said suit being: for divorce. if any to the Bill of Complaint ment marking a point where
WITNESS my hand and, seal of in said ,suit on or before the Easterly boundary of the CAVANNA-
of platform'rocked.. sofas and said Court this 19th day of JuneA. the 27th day of July A.. D. 1959 Five hundred (500) foot right. BART and wife ANN

just plain I'OCkerLzbe' D. 1959.Official else Decree Pro Confesso will be of-way of the Florida Intra- SAVANNA,
( Seal) RALPH E. HARBERT entered against you. coastal Waterway intersects the Defendants.
had be in
fire to banked
Clerk of said l Circuit, Court WITNESS my hand and seal of South line of Township Ten (10) NOTICE ,BY PUBLICATION
the old Peoria heater. Then papa June 25 &: July .Z-9-16-4tc said Court thIs'. 23rd day of June South. Range Thiity-one (31) IN
read the 'Uncle Josh" column > D. 1959. East as a point of FORECLOSURE
and went to rest. FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA IN cleric of said Court Twenty-six degrees ref-.rence.1 STATE OF FLORIDA '

-.We four girls unbuttoned each CHANCERY NO..3."171 W. L. WADSWORTH utes Seventeen seconds TO: BART ANN CAVA.NNA and wife*
MARGARET NATOLJ. Solicitor for Plaintiff CAVANNA
long Easterly
other's calico dresses which had 72 Walnut
Plaintiff. P.O. Box 396 Street.
boundary of the ,Florida Intra- .
at least 9 buttons up the back .j Bunnell. Florida coastal Waterway a distance of East Hartford. Connecticut
JOSEPH J. NATOLIDefendant June 25 & July 2.9.1)4tcIN ); One thousand Four hundred Cavanna You Bart Cavanna and wife Ann
upperrow -- and hun- are hereby notified that
Thirty-one Fifty-seven
: THE CIRCUIT COURT OF a Bill of Complaint to foreclose a
NOTICE TO DEFEND dredths (1431.57) feet; thence
band from the lower row of but, THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: FLAGLER CHANCERY COUNTY NO. 3738 FLORIDA IN North 'Seventeen degrees Ten described certain mortgage'on to-wit the following;
Joseph J. Natoll minutes and Eleven seconds :
,tons. If you never had to manipulate 1232 '43rd Street GEORGE FREDERICK WILKENS. West along the said Easterly Being a part of section 40,
don't know- 'Duth.a& New York Plaintiff. distance Township 10 South Range 31
one, you. Brooklyn. right-of-way boundary a East described Lot
as 26 of
.-* You are hereby notified that a of One hundred Ninetysixand
suit has been filed against you in EILEEN WILKENS. Forty nine hundredth Subdivision and
". But really, they were the good the above entitled cause; ,and youare Defendant (196.49) feet to the point of beginning more follows particularly: Beginning.described as
: hereby required to file an- of this description at the South-
old 'days. your NOTICE TO DEFEND : easterly of the
swer with the, Clerk of this Court. THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: thence. North' Seventeen degrees tion 40. corner Township. 10 said Sec-
(seas ..airitBilsM to this ..!... and to serve a copy thereof upon Eileen Tuttle Wilkena. Ten minutes Eleven seconds Range 31 ,East as of
A OM Timer. Cssastutty JPTMSI the plaintiff or plaintiffs 1 attorney. Address Unknown West along the said Easterly reference and a point
',.fmtoa.,Btx S*.rraakfsrt,sUatMky.) whose name and address Is:. You are hereby notified that a boundary of the Florida Intra- North 10'57'45" West running along thence the
.' Samuel V. Holch suit has been filed, against you in coastal Waterway a distance of Easterly boundary of the said
Highway 17 the above entitled cause and you One hundred Five and Three Section 40. a distance
of 1805.98
1f -.p. O.' Box 471 hundredths (105.03)' feet: thence
are hereby required to file your feet to the
VXEHffA PHONE SERVICE East ,Pal atka. Floridanot answer with the Clerk of this North Forty- Ine degrees Eight Magnolia Southeasterly cornerof
JJ later than July 27th A. D. 1959 minutes Twenty-four seconds Manor Subdivision:
Telephone Subscribers in VIenna Court and to serve a copy thereof thence South 89" 11' West
If fell to do decree thous- along
distance of One
you so. pro upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney East a the
can dial a number and confesso will be entered againstyou whose name and addressIs and Three and Seventeen hun- Southerly Manor boundary of Magnolia -
for the relief demanded In the dreths (1003.17) feet to an intersection Subdivision a distance -
have a, baby sitter recite fairytales bill of complaint, The nature : of with the Westerly of 740.86 feet thence
said suit being for divorce. custodyand Ray Selden right-of-way boundary of State North l57'45West, a distanceof
and sing Selden 186.97 feet to the
Building Southeast-
suooort of minor child. Road No. 140: thence Southerly -
I Other telephone services include WITNESS my hand and seal of' Daytona Beach Floridanot along a Six degree' Fifty-five erly corner of the said Lot 26
later than July 3. A. D.. 1959. and said point being the pointof
said Court this 19th dayof JuneA. minute curve ,to the left a distance -
medical hints, __help in doing D. 1959. If you fail to do so, decree pro of Ninety-seven and beginning of this description:
(Court Seal) RALPH E. HARBERT confesso -will be entered. againstyou Twenty-three hundreths (97.23) thence South 53-04'48. West a
crossword puzzles, Information Clerk of said Circuit Court .for, the relief demanded in the feet; thence South Forty-nine distance of 230.43 feet to the
.on film programs snow and June 25 & ..July916=ttc bill of complaint. The nature of degrees. Eight minutes Twenty- Easterly boundary of the 100
E._ foot
said suit being for Divorce. of right-of-way of State Road
four seconds West a distance
skiing reports, dictation for: NOTICE WITNESS my hand and seal of One thousand Thirty-two and No. A1A thence North 62.5811
said Court this 2nd day of JuneA. West along -the said Easterly
Seventeen hundredths (1032.17)feet
.shorthand practice, and help the Board of County Commissioners D. 1959.. to the point of beginningof right-of-way boundary, on a 2*
with a child's homework.F. will receive sealed bids on the 6th j (Official Seal) this description. Parcel contains 55'24.5curve to the left a dis-
RALPH E HARBERT tance of 65.88 feet thence
day of July A. D. 1959 at the hourof 2.1 acres. North
9:00 o'clock A. M in the office of Clerk of said Circuit Court 35'53'36 West along said East-
_-......_-. ._ ... _. _.-_._..._.._- the Clerk of the Circuit Court in June 4-U-18-25--4tc accordance The !above with description a survey made is in erly right-of-way boundary a
: the Flagler County Court House --- COURT by D. D. Moody. Registered Surveyor distance of 59.79 feet; thence
IN THE COUNTY North 71.0..03' East distanceof
O. ALFORDBegisterad a
for the following: No. 261, during the monthof
The follow lumber rough IN AND FOR FLAGLEK COUNTY 251.67 feet thence South
June A. D. 1946. and bearingare
10 pieces finch x 10 Inch x 16 FLORIDA referred to the True Me: 19.57'45' East. a distance of 50
1- feet IN RE: feet, to the point of beginning.
'I" Estate Broker 1'I" : 4 pieces 8 Inch x 10 inch x 20 THOMAS RUTHERFORD GLASS. ridian. ANDBeing
feet Estate of Deceased. Being a part of 'Section Forty a part of Section 40,

18 pieces. 6 Inch x 8 inch x. 20 I I NOTICE TO CREDITORS (40). Township Ten (10) South. Township 10 South Range 31
BnnnalL Florida feet I All cerditors of the estate of Range Thirty-one (31) East and East and described as loOts 1,
20 pieces 6 Inch x 8 inch x 16 THOMAS RUTHERFORD GLASS. more particularly described as 2, and 3 according to an unre-
Ml1r'THE'fmrnmTt .irirWirl .. feet deceased,' are herby notified and follows: corded plat of Magnolia Manor
pieces 6 Inch x 8,' Inch x :12 required to file any claims or demands Beginning at a concrete monu- I Subdivision and more particu-
OUTBOARDER fer which they may have against ment marking a point where larly described as follows: Be-
and said estate in the office of the Easterly boundary of the ginning at the Southeasterly
Authorized 'Evlnrude The ,following pine lumber for the County Judge of Flagler County Five hundred (500) foot right- corner of Section 40, Township
I Dealer decking dressed on two sides Florida., ,In the courthouse at of-way of the Florida Intra- 10 South Range 31 East as a
BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS 20 pieces 3 inch x 6 inch. x 20 Bunnell. Florida, within eight cal- coastal Waterway Intersects the point of reference and running
South line of Township Ten (10) thence North 19.5'1'45.
feet .' endar months from the date of Nest
1 Dockage' Storage '- Free: Ramp 20 pieces 3 Inch x 8 Inch x 20 the first publication 'of this notice South. Range Thirty-one (31) along the Easterly boundary of
:WE FINANCE feet. '" _.. Each claim or demand must be East as: a point of reference said Section 40, a distance of
3 inch 6' inch 16 the and running thence. NorthTwentyailx 2373.35 feet thence South 71-04'-
100 pieces x x In writing and must state placeof
825 Ballough Rd-Daytona feet ', residence and post-office address -., Degrees Sixteen 03* West, along the Southerly

100 ,pieces. ,3 inch. x 8,inch x 16 of the claimant and must be minutes, Seventeen seconds West boundary Magnolia Road a
feet sworn to by the claimant his agent along the Easterly right-of-way distance of 810 feet to the
REFINANCE TOUR DEBTS 100 pieces 3 inch x 10 inch x 16 or his attorney or it will boundary of the Florida .Intra- Northeasterly corner of the said
feet become void according to law. coastal Waterway a distance of Lot3 and said point being
With ,a Long Term The above to be ordered and DATED this 19 day of May A. D. One thousand Four hundred the point of beginning of this
delivered. when needed. L959. '- Thirty-one: and Fifty seven description; thence continuing
The Board reserves the right to hundredths (1431.57) feet: South 71-04'03- West, along the
FEDERAL. LAND BANK reject any and all bids. Executor H. T. COOK.of Last Will & thence North Seventeen degrees north, line of Lots 2 and 3, a
DATED at Bunnell. Florida this Ten minutes Eleven seconds distance of 173.86 feet to an Intersection -
FARM ,LOAN 16th day of June. A.. D. 1959.C. .Testament of Thomas Ruther- West along the said ,Easterly with the Northeasterly -
H., COWART. Chairman ford Glass %S. :1959. right-of-way'' boundary a distance boundary of the 100 foot
First Publication May
'ATTEST 'of Three hundred One and right-of-way of State Road AlAi
B. W. BRYAN RALPH E. ,HARBERT Clerk May 28, &. June 4.11.181tcIN _,__ Fifty-two hundredths (301.52) thence South 3849'00" East. a-

Production Credit Assn. June 18-25-2tc THE CIRCUIT COURT OF feet to the point of beginningof long the said Northeasterly
thence North
---- --- IN this description: right-of-way boundary a distance -
Wednesday1O:00PALAtKA IN THE CIRCUIT COU'RT.OF ', PLAGLRK COUNT NO. 3742.FLORIDA" Seventeen degrees Ten minutes of 65.43 feet: thence South
FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN Eleven seconds West along the 35-53.36'*' East along said North-
FLORIDA CHANCERY NO. 4737 HERBERT Plaintiff said Easterly boundary of the easterly right-of-way boundary.
HENRY PRAUL. Florida Intracoastal Waterway a distance of 40.21 feet to the
-- ',Plaintiff. VS. a distance of One hundred five Southerly boundary of said Lot
> MARY RENNEBAUM. and two hundredths (105.02) 1; thence North 710.03East..
MARY T. PRAUL.Defendant. Defendant. feet: thence. North Forty-nine a distance of 141.67 feet to the
NOTICE TO DEFEND degrees,.Eight minutes Twenty- Southeasterly corner of Lot 3;
OJhr .Jlanltr SrihunrBCHNKU NOTICE TO DEFEND TilE .STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: four seconds East a distance of thence North 19'57'45" West a

THE, STATE OF FLORIDA., TO: Mary Rennebaum ', Nine hundred Eighty-five and distance of 100 feet to the pointof
JPLORIDA Mary T. Praul 5 Central ,Boulevard Fifty-one hundredths (985.51) beginning of this description.All .
I Address Unknown Merrick. L. LNew York feet to the intersection with bearings refer to the True
.' You ,are hereby notified( that a I You are hereby notified that a the Westerly right-of-way boun- Meridian.has .
suit has 'been filed against you suit has been tiled against you dary of State Road No. 140: been filed against you and
MRS. M. B. FULLER. EdlfoiOSIclal. In the above entitled cause; and In the above entitled cause; and thence Southerly along a Six you are required to serve a copy
you- are hereby required to file you are hereby required to file degree Fifty-five minute curve I of your Answer or Pleadings to the
,- _. your answer with, the Clerk of your'answer with' the Clerk of this to,the left adistance of Ninety- Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs

f .isaatN ........... this .Court i and to serve a., copy Court and to nerve a, copy thereof S nine and Forty-two hundredths attorney. H T. Cook. Citizens Bank
thereon upon'the plaintiff or plaintiffs upon the plaintiff or plaintiffsattorney (99.42) feet: thence. South Forty- Building. Bunnell.*Florida, and file
':. <*.Mie TfAttr**. .ff.FlsurterCraaty. attorney whose 'name and whose name and address 1 nine degreea Eight minutes the original Answer or Pleading in
""' "" address is: .. Is: Twentyfourseconds Went, a the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
y.akleaNtle., tlmrrta Samuel V. Holch W. 'Cecil Grant distance of One thousand Three Court on' or before the 13th

sad the state .f ........ 1 Highway 17 407% Main St. and Seventeen h un d I'e d t h s day of July 1959. If you fall to
SP.0.Box471 Daytona Beach Floridanot (1003.17) feet to the point of beginning -! do so. judgment by default will be
East ,Palatka Florida later than July 10th A.. D. of this description. Par-. taken against you for the relief
Batev.d .. .. not.later than:July 6. A. D. 1959. 1959.. cel contains 2.1 acres. demanded In the Bill of Complaint.This .
... .Via.. Otter If you fall.to do so. .decree pro If "70U fall to do so decree pro The-:above description is in ac- notice shall be publishedonce
..I nuF.$,1/13attkehli: .>wAat confesso..will. be..entered against confesso will be entered againstyou cordance with a survey, made by each week for four consecutive -
you for the relief demanded in the for the relief demanded in the D. D., Moody. Registered Sur- weks, In The Flaeler Tribune.
nu.IL Fl.riia..d.r ... ..t bill ,of complaint. The nature of bill of complaint. The nature of veyor No. 261. during the month DONE AND ORDERED at Bun

are, a, lers.ntx' aid suit being for Divorce. said suit being for Divorce. _-*, of June. A.. D. 1946, and bearingsare nell. Florida this 9th day of June,
,WITNESS"ray-*hand and seal of WITNESS my hand Sand .seal of referred to the True Me- 1959.

r \ said Court',this t2nd day of 'JuneA. said Court this, 8th. day.June, A.,'D..7 and I RALPH E. 'HARBERT .
e" .. 1'5" 3.vi' 'oJI 1959." "- for relief more fully, set forthin Clerk of'the Circuit Court
Oft. ,78&1'__..___ i.u' (Official: Seal) (Official 'Seal) the Bill of .Equity.. Flakier County, .Flor .da .
'''- '' mOD. )121\; RALPH E. HARBERT. RALPH E. HARBERT WITNESS my, hand and official (Circuit Court Seal) '
.' _t qtr I Clerk of said Circuit Court Clerk of said Circuit Court. seal 'Of 1 office 'Iq' Bunnell,iFlaglerCoonty I H. T. Cook. Attorney for Plaintiff
T 3 S -a. f'J.n''I.TuDe'. >t-11-1I-25-4tc. June l1-lI.July"' 2-4te .:? /Florida,"this Sth da* of June 1111.July 2-4tc

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GE TWO .. ... __ ... THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELLy FLORIDA: ", Thursday, June 25.1959.,
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CLUB ANNOUNCEMENT United States is goldenrpd. '
: Harvard Vniversity libraries I .
; Jfaflfe,. VLJeacho The '''July meeting of the Flag: coltain"nearly 6,000,000 volumes,, ,.",. ,
ler Woman's Club has been Government run .by women is-
: the largest stock of any university -, f
called off on account"of a number = called gynarchy.'
BABBITT in the United,States and per- I
of the members are planning haps in the world.' .;,,Harvard also !
"' 'Telephone.. yFn1ock 92098 to be away during the has more than '10,000 students,

- month. The next regular busi- some 3,000 teachers,and .fellows '
ness meeting has been for
( them six Nobel Prize
, '
i winners) a $350,000,000 endow-
Members of the Flagler Beach
The First Baptist Church clOsed ment and 170 buildings.
, .. Garden,Club gathered last Tuesday ,
two 'weeks of Daily Vacation Tom Galloway returned to his! 1 -
Bible School on Friday with a to go to Tomoka, Park at home here Sunday after sPending all makes
noon.picnic' on the canal bank noon and enjoy a picnic. About two'weeks in Savannah Ga. FREE' PAINTOne

. ,., in front of the home of Mr. and 12 members .attended and while He was there at Travis Field extra gallon of ;your choice Sales, Tubes and ,
\ Mrs. Robert Schatz, and with an they 'were there, Mrs. E. H. with the:,Air National Guard. with each gallon you; buy
Threadgill was presented with Antenna .Installation
interesting program at 1 the Mary Carter' Paint StoreOrmond '
church' that evening. I a gift for her kindness in offer Mr. and Mrs. 'Larry Tidwell PHONE HE 9-2204
'" I ing her home for the setting of Beach at Coqnlnn BarnAlse
The attendance this year was from Valdosta, Ga.; were visitors
Westcnte Shopping Center
Flower Show. The -p
above average. 'Miss' Nadine'Minnich tile Spring here last week with 'her parents, .

from Saluda, N.. C. was next regular meeting'will be in Mr. and_ Mrs. Max, Porte. : "

the principal of the school and the ,falL The Bible Says;: I I FOR

she conducted the program.. Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Owen Kirkpat-

Glenn Taylor lead the singing 1 I HMr. and Mrs. Walter Knight of rick are receiving' 'congratulations Blessed an those servants whom SHELL, FILL .& SAND
Creek who have been entertaining -
. and Fay Bass was the on the birth of a son on the Lord when he cometh shall

. panist. accom'l her.son and daughterIn Friday evening at the Ormond.. find watching, DIRT CONTRACTSCALL. .
law, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Minnich Beach Hospital. He weighed (Luke 12:37 a) ,
French of D. C.
Washington, were
department .superintendent who eight pounds, and ten ounces. .
!also hosts the weekend I
presented their assistants and I He was named James Kevin. '
Ito her'sister,'Mrs. Gladys Stark- Listen EMIL MISSINNE .
certificates to their pupils. I "" """" I
: gave ley, her brother and,sister in law, '
, '.' Songs.were sung by the,younger Mr. and Mrs. John Turner of "HEROLD OF TRUTH"Over Phone HE 92094FLAGLER f
Mr. and Mrs. ,Wallace Joiner, and
_' groups and quizes were led 1 by I I : Tampa were .here, Monday on WPDQ 600 KC at 8:30 a.
their children, Roslyn, Wallie m.1 I
. (, I business. BEACH
'' : the juniors by Mrs Taylor ands I I SUNDAY
' and Lorri, all from Tampa. Join. .
s for the intermediates by Mrs.
: J Schatz ,on the Biblical HIStory I ing them son on ,Sunday were Mrs.Starkey's _M_ rs. May Shill, president of ---- "
J. they had covered. and daughter ,in th eW.M.U. of the First :Baptist
District Home MIssonary Rev. I I I law, Mr. and Mrs.. William I Church, announced that the reg-. piipcmoOUnomOls a comm and painful dUorder. Dana are mall
Bryan, and their three children: pocket* lined by delicate tUne ,1J'lncDear.. the movable Joint
I ilar .scheduled for
Marvin: Stedham with his; wife, meeting was ,
honlder, laflammatioD'reaalta In Beverly, Billle and Richard from ( knee etc.) an
r' Mrs. Stedham from Palatka at-,I I! 7:30next'Monday.evenlng: : at the of fluid In the banal cavity. Results. \. pain which frequently
?, tended the, program and: were Tampa, and Mrs: Knight'sdaughter hurch.. She ,urgeal: / ,. ) members \become 'unbearable when the limb moved. In most, eases
- accompanied ,on their ,return to and son in law, Mr. to be present. we can eliminate, the painful symptoms of this discouraging
I and Mrs..Tommy Durrance, with disease, and ,restore 'the,joint to useful function.
Palatka by Miss Minnich who .their daughter Rebecca, 'from N...W.-.......-...!'.w.-..,...... .......,..-.' .;
goes ,to Johnson, Fla.,' for her '
,"" next Bible School. 'I law Creek. FRED A. FRUITS DR. DONALD MMQIETTEChiropractor

t"' I: Mr. and Mrs. 'Bernie Wilson I JEWELERDIAMONDSWATCHES I ;
and daughters'visited during the .
_; ,
," AS-Sgt. and Mrs. T. J. ,Clark weekend in Tampa with relat REPAIRING
\ ',- announce the arrival of. a s on I tives. I /\....1'.v..........._."' RICE'DIILDING-BAY ST. AND MOODY YARD

.. born at the Flagler Clinic and .
J Hospital on Sunday,. June 21. '

- He weighed six pounds and I

t.:" I four ounces and has been given
: the name Eugene Christopher.

Mr... and Mrs. Joe Duncan are !
I ;
;, returning to their home this week '.
in Nashville Tenn., after visitIng .' t."
[ here two weeks with his f. -
I. -
r.' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence "

Duncan, and also his brother :Y t .

We,_ and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. I,

" Tom Duncan. They were accom- 't. ,
h: ;;.... panted by their children, George .; &,

p"; ''y f Ann, Rebecca and Joe, Jr. Mr. : ,....: )
i-ij and Mrs. Tom' Duncan have also >

been entertaining ,as ,house: _
guests her parents, Mr. and Irs.f ,,'
I. W.' Findley from Leesburg. ,
F' Mrs. Finley also spent. part of "

.; her time here with her sister,
": Mrs. Bessie Smith, who recently. L:

.$ moved here from Akron, Ohio, "'it
i' and built her new home on:
South Central Ave. .:!} S
: .

It Stopping over,on Monday with! ., i,
Mr, and Mrs. Henry Shill were .. -'. ./ ;
'; Mr. and Mrs. Anton Meidhof "','. -,
"\ and daughter Charlotte, from
:'r. Philadelphia, Pa. They were on : J!

their way to Miami. Mr. Shill : :'jiJ"*."- ,
I r and Mrs.,,Meidhoff were employ' .

ty :' ed >in the same bank therelFOUND: t r-'

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( \ "f dings to curves like a cat on a carpet .

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a wonderful way to keep Nothing else but a dyedinthewool The only thing that may be hard to four wheels* and the leaf springs J .

friendships alive, keepthe ear like the Corvette understand is how, it, can offer the that most other cars still,use. Take y,: S 1- .
2t family,"together" ... S ... sports ride it does, along with so many a Chevy down a snaky back road '; = 1\
even when miles apart: "::' : =. can take a torn with inch solid other luxury-car virtues, and still.' and you'll feel the difference in the 'r' ;'" ?<,

:r call Distance -[r. 5 ... 4 i-, aesermeet compete in the low-price field., sure way it holds, through curves .: s: '
'It's fun ) 'It's easy to see where Chevrolet We use the word..compete,only in and shoots over rough spots with "r".', J! ''r
,.easy, ; } ,, gets ita road'' sense With big coil the sense of price. For.with'a ride hardly a ripple. ." -
t : inexpensive:;;And you j"n ":.;.. springs at every wheel firm,wider as special as Chevy's, real com- This one's really :". '
,save by callingstationtoatation.. :.,r ,stance' and all ''of its pounds distributed petitors are hard, to come by. made to travel '=. "
'. : : with painstaking care, There's a world 'of difference between and loves every t CHEVROLETj, ;'" .
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Thursday, _June-.25," 1959_. ,_ THE =:FLAGLER'?TRIBUNE,. SUNNELL, FLORIDA .,. _, ? PAGE FIVE

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Mr. and :Mrs. P. 'A., Edmonson 1 r, .STILL A 'DEMAND FOR COAL ahead of the demand for other
I motored 'Montverede Sunday to 'From'the Atomic Energy Com- fuels during the 'next 15 to 20

1 / L s visit their daughter, Faye whois mission has come a predictionthat years, despite the advent of nuclear .'
attending Summer, School'session "demand for coal will run power."

Mr: and. Mrs. Bill Bowers and
Quality Furniture G ,LODGE No. 200
children Billy and Elizabeth I .
-We're Out of the F. & A. M .
:Baxley, Georgia, are spending Eight Rent DlatrtcrCHRIS'S
i ,. Barbara Faircloth, YOUTH COUNCIL TAKES I I this week here visiting with rela-,I i Meets First end Third Tuesday

# are JULY AND AUGUSTThe 1060 Rldffew_d Are. Holly Hill ,JOHN A. CLEGG. Secy.

t Married",June 6 Flagler County Youth Mrs: Dora Tucker of Cocoa, is I.---. .-- --
'Of Interest to their friends is Council dances held each Satur visiting here with her granddaughter
at the Bunnell Com- Miss Melba'Tucker, at I
:. tHe announcement of the marriage day evening
of ,Barbara Faircloth of munity Center will have a sum the Willard Tucker Home. Other 'DIXIANA RESTAURANT

I Bunnell to Fred ,Brannam ,of ,mer recess during' July August, guests include Melba's cousins

Bunnell on June 6,'1959. members of the. committee'"said George,Leverne and Junior May- ,.

The couple were married in :today.' : I II hew of Delray ji Beach.__ Will Be Open On Sundays "

a, double ring ceremony in Folks- I Teen age and Pre-Teen age i ,
in dances held at the 'Flagler I Mr.. and Mrs. Raymond Brad
ton, Georgia, at three o'clock are
the afternoon.. '. County Judge Beach Womans Club each Tues ley and two children have re-I I During June July and ,August
turned to their home in New ,
Cecil Conner performed the day evening during the summer:I
double ring ceremony.. months. With .other: planned Port News, Va., after a visit

., The bride wore for her weddlng'a summer: activities as well as here with his parents, Mr. and Regular Hours 6:00 A.M. to,9:0f( P.M.

street length gown of blue summer vacations, it was decided Mrs.,, A G. Bradley, at Espanola.

over taffeta 'fashioned with around to recess for these two I
I Miss ;Nancy Brannam is in --
shoulder and cap sleeves. months '
she is attending
Daytona Beach where -
Her accessories were white and
her flowers was, a white. 'cybinium a session of summer
orchid corsage. .,,' SP-5 ROBERT MOODY school at Mainland High School. ( NOTICE ..
Mr. and Mrs. Brannam have ,
\ returned from a honeymoon' CANAL ZONE DUTY ? *, Mr..and Mrs. M. B. Fuller were

spent in south,.Florida; and are Sp-5 Robert Moody in left'here in Homerville, Georgia during I City of, Bunnell Dog Licenses were due June 1,

.now residing at ',their,home 1007 Sunday to return to duty 'as .,an the past weekend for the Hughes. 1 1959, and are now available at the City Hall. .

East Moody Boulevard. administrative' clerk in theIn- Leviton Wedding there Supday'afternoon. .
telligence ,Division of the Carl- fro Male and spayed female $1.00
bean Command in the Canal
JOANN MORRIS ,IS J. F. Gresham has returnedto Female . $2.00A
,NAMED PRINCESS Zone. his home from the local hospital .

f AT KAMP KOSHARE. : Young Moody, w.1th.wife and ,where he was confined ,for 'rabies innoculation certificate signed by a
two children, have'spent a furlough treat-
JoAnn Morris of,'Bunnell won here visiting with his par- four veterinarian must! be presented before license;
baton;twirling, honors'at. ':Kamp ents and in New Jersey:with her will be issued.Arrangements .,
Koshare in Eustis ,naming her parents. Mrs. Moody remainedfor Mrs. .

Camp Princess. The camp is I I a visit of, two weeks with Mr.spending and a two Willard weeks, Tuckerare vacation :- have been made to have a veterinarian .

held exclusively for twirlers. her parents' and,will Join,him in in,North Carolina.;They were at the Civic Center from 3 to 5 P. M.
Princess JoAnn is the 16 year the Canal Zone later. June
1 I accompanied there by Mrs. Tuck- ,
old daughter of,'Mr., and Mrs: ,. ,
received :
Robert recently a promotion er's :sister,' Mrs. A. C., Mayhewof :
Walter Morris of Bunnell. She I .
: and received his new in- Delray Beach. >t"
is a senior at Bunnell High ; City of Bunnell .' ','
in brief ceremonyat
signia a .i _
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School, and has,been Field Major the Unified Command Head MOTHER INSTINCT, '. 4
for the Bunnell School .Band. .' L H. DRADY : '
quarters there. in flight, a I
If hard pressed '
for the past two, yearS: .. .. "I_ ,.' Clerk .. '
j- ,"".. > .. .-f. : : mother kangaroo' ;sometimes ... oil ,'*.' City
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RECEIVES AMERICANLEGION ATl'EHDS'"DISTRICT \ and leads pursuerers away. :
CITIZENSHIP SET-UP'JlEETlKG" She can travel faster, without

AWARDS ,RECENTLY IN GAINESViLLE. .> junior and return. later ,to pick .
him ;
up. '
Quinton Emery and Barbara Rev. W. L. Spicer, pastor 'of BRANNAM'SFood

'. Weaver were ,recently ,presentedThe I[The First Methodist Church, was
American Legion'Citizenship in Gainesville Monday for a District CLASSIFIEDADS .

:Awards. The ,awards were presented -I Set-Up meeting of the
by members of Flagler Gainesville 'District Methodist Market

Post 115 American' Legion in a I.Churches. The'nieeting. held in .

fitting ceremony.' The First Church there. ...

t ------- _'----- -'-- a Listings GO cemta cent per alder U word minimum tkto each headla lm cbarce e*tla aN* Your__ Red & .White Store .

WANTED-Women for customer 119' N. BAY St. Phone ID 7-3496
service work. Choose your ,own
hours. Commission,, basis. Customer -
leads furnished. No age

; RIVER limit. PHONE OR 7.0724, Ormond Premium ,

COUNTYCountySeat Beach. 625.2tp r:HEN L),4 to s lbs lb Ot7 one, .

... FOR SALE-1956 Dodge, '6 cylInder '
pickup. 16,600 actual rriiles, Western Corn Fed'CENTER CUTS .; ,

Vero ,Beach 6 ply tires on back ;and' all tires PORK, CHOPS'Pure : .b69e
t are in good condition. Priced at

$650. Contact ,P. pJ: Pelllcer, ,on : Pork Roll >,;' .
l Road 305.., June 18-25-2tp

..SAUSAGE.I .3 l00.b49c

Western Com Fed MIXED CUTS
Can you' work: 4 hours'per"dayT '
: Let us show you how to earn PORK
that extra money you need. .
Lockhart. Florida .
i .p I Bed & White 6 oz. P t# .}
: ,. UiTftHAllONAL: SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reason- '
able rates. George 'Jarosz Phone INSTANT g:Jar 79C.:

HIBISCUS FLOWER,SHOW ID 73410. 5 .8-11 5 tc ., !!:. .. t .I .,.
Rocket Jumbo ,
FOR SALE water front lot "
A warm climate, easily accessible beaches and other -on MARSHMALLOW PIES
natural resources attract thousands of tourists annually, new 3-bedroom' house on Lan- box39e
tana'Street In, Venice. Park, two
including .
\ full baths, large living room, Our Value 303) Con '
; em.markets, area principal source of income .,.along dinette, kitchen with GE builtin .
with tourists, farming cattle raising, sugar productionand equipment ,aDd wall refrigerator TOMATOES 10C
commerclal'fishiiig. Formed in 1925 from St; Lucie
County was named after the Indian River.Each,June, ,-Florida room with fireplace, ," .. '
,r I..., -to County Scat Vero Beach an'annual Hibiscus Festival 2-car garage; central heat Terms. FROZEN FOODS y" : '7
is climaxed by International Hibiscus Flower'Show., Robert L.- Danner, builder. Phone j .
In progressive+ Indian River County and throughout HE 92172. -, 4-23-tf Biidiej .10 ,ox. ; .
Florida, the United BreWets Foundation works '
!States '
constantly to assure the sale of beer and ale under pleasant -, V \X'N.- .: .V >/'-> STRAWBEKIUES : ",'_ .',,2. or49e:1, c.:
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orderly s.Believing that strict law enforce' -. ;
,ment JOHNSTON'S Birdseye 10 oz. '- =< ,'. ,, r
servesthe -i -
best interest of the people:of ; : ',' ,rJfi'I .
the ..Foundation stresses close, 'cooperation with the FLAGLEB ,BEACH REALTY CO. SPEARS > :
t Armed Forces law officials BROCCOLI 25*
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; 'WATER .FRONT, FARMS, 'Sara Lee 11 'oz.. : f,- <.. '
ACREAGE _... "
59e- ,
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for real tats BOod4
S. ,10 ,your .. : ;
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"<' authorized ,an!appropriation of I 1 field of housing for the elderly What they don't,tell you is ,that]been getting "rich" like that for
: h, $297 million to be'distributed'over 'because mine.was an insurance! the Government doesn't have so

:. 'a period of four years. The program. Under this, the job any money except what it bOrrows -I long"I

Li: Senate bill called,''for an appropriation would be done by private: capital I and we now have to 'pay; .

: of $465 million over a but the Committee chose to:I about 4% per cent and lending I

f' period of four years. The bills make a direct appropriation. it at.3% is some kind of. fin- Drag ni

therefore went to a conference The amount that they authorIzed ancing I don't understand. One g I

'1 to adjust the difference. In any was for'a direct loan pro- reason why we had'to raise the .

'.:. such conference, the conferees gram, which, In' addition to 'the debt limit was because we have BulldozingLand
f' : -
E. must agree to either of the fig. fact that it would not do the .

t \ ures or to some: figure in be- job, is a direct cost to the tax I I Clearing

i', tween the.two. ayers. j RCA VICTOR

'Some members of the Com : LIVING COLOR TV I
After the time the 'billS were I i Grading
mittee argued that "this money "LOOK FOR THE PICTURE
. passed and before the confereesgot -
would be back at 3% !
A. S. (Syd Herlong to the consideration of thema paid percent Radio & Television P. A. EDMONSON
interest and therefore the t
lot of in _] 2U E. Granada, -Ph. OR 7-2001
: Congressman. fifth District.If people, ,Congress gota ORMOND Phone IDlewood 7.3376
Government would make
. lot of mail from home ,about money. '.t I II

V': this business of, extravagant
Is always frustrating to a

Congressman with the realization.,when he>that is faced the Government bill the question spending.was,' asked On this if I AREA

United States Government con. the Government is taking'over I I BUSINESS DIRECTORYI I j jAUTO

;, ... slstently refuses to live within a large percentage of the cost
of building airports how long
its income. When we don't of I I.

F course we have to,keep raising before bus stations and railroad BODY MILLAND HOTEL BAR I .
: the debt limit., ( stations would be coming in 1 for FURNITUREREED'S
their share? ODELL HERSEY'S Come And Visit

;.,' There are some members of The Democratic leadership has PAINT & BODY SHOP AL AND ELLIEAT Discount FurnitureUP
Congress, and I ,claim to be, among -
at' long last ,apparently been Complete/Collision Service THEIR NEW BAR"You'll TO 507. DISCOUNTOn
\ them, who by their economy 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
that Meet Your Friends
convinced we had better Furniture and AppliancesNew .
records entitled to vote Body &: Fender Work Here
are hold down spending because at Painting., Matching. Free Estimates FLAGLER BEACH and Used .
, a protest against raising the their suggestion the conferees U.S. 1 So. OF BUNNELL
1100 Flomich Ave.-Holly Hill
' limit but there also Days ID 7.3372-Nate ID 7-3267 Ch' Cosiest
. .debt are stood pat, and neither yielded to Flagler Be Bar

C{ at number of people'who will the other. This meant then,that AUTO SERVICEMcDANIEL'S BEERS ''WINES FLOOR COVERING I
vote for increase in -
i", every every
there would be no bill excepta
if' appropriation, and then 'whenthey continuation of the ". "Come As You Are" Tilecraft Company"LET
" confronted with the is- Service' Station *
are that we had last year. This'pro- ,HECKMAN'S BAR US FLOOR YOU"
of to raise the debt
.. :sue having gram calls, for $63 million for STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Armstrong & Kentile
:limit to take care of the prob- AlA FLAGLER BEACH
two years-a substantial saving. Sold and InstalledAll
"Jem that Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs
they helped cause, they
Even, the ,extravagant house BUILDING Work 'Guaranteed
-vote against the debt limit In- Bunnell ID 7-7119 SUPPLIES
ing bills which were passedby Ormond Beach -' OR 7.3181

crease. the.House and Senate a short -. WICKLINE'
Biddle Gulf Service GARDEN SHOP
In spite of the fact that I have time ago have come in for agon M Building

. tried to prevent this issue from izing reappraisal: "by the con- GAS-OIL=LUBRICATION Supplies Gray's Garden Center

aiising, I voted to increase the I I,ferees. While they still have a GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS Headquarter for Gardenia Need
of in bill STEEL Ceramics, Gifts. Dry Arrangement
limit If ,you are realistic you:number things .the 7, A.3L- -10 P:M.-7 Days Materials

must recognize that to refuse to 1 I that, in my 'judgment are not State&Lambert 'US 1-ID 7-7190 Flagler Beach HE 9.2254 Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers
raise the debt limit after the I necessarily Government functions TORO LAWN MOWERS

Congress has already appropriated I and which shouldn't be in Colonial Service Station CLEANERS 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-0512
more money than they:I the bill, they did reduce the cost )
of the $2 billion. It is
know is coming in is just like I program HARDWARE

trying to keep a boiler,from exploding I now within the .budget, and MOTOR, TUNE-UP CLEANING Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.

by jamming the guage. some say the President will sign GOODYEAR TIRES &: BATTERIESU SERVICE JOHN DEERE}

Believe me, if we are going to it, but there is some question ,HIWAY 1 ,-, BUNNELL.Hall's Open Daily 8-5:30 Agricultural&Industrial ,Equipment
Keep this boiler from explodingwe about 'that.They :r. i J Saturday ,8-6:30 STEEL..
&'Shapes *' Hot &"Cold Rolled
Bars _
: substantial
Atlantic Phone
made re StationJack ID 7-3188
have to quit putting in so
Black&Galvanized Pipe& Fittings
much fuel in the form of extravagant duction in the urban renewal Hall, ProprietorGASOILSLUBRICATION 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell LAWN MOWER\ REPAIRS

authorizations and program, andother, reductions in DEEN RD. Phone I' 73143

appropriations.There the college housing and the Tires-Batteries-Accessories CONCRETE PRODUCTS
i housing for the elderly programs. Village Hardware Center
Your "Q" For ConcreteDial
is a bright side to this The provisions of my substitute BUNNELL Tel. ID 73652J. HOUSE PAINTS

picture, however. On the Air- would have permitted a great 'CL 3-8113 Match and mix any color

port Assistance Bill the House deal more liberal program in the L. :Presswood GarageSTANDARD DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's Builder's Supplies Kitchenware
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General Repairing-Road Service
.I Tires* Tube .t Aee*..orie. i Concrete, Inc. AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420

".- I Visit Our Grocery DepartmentFor
i!; brae n bud t Frozen Cubed Foods lee and'Staples DRUG STORES PAINT STOREJERRY'S

Anderson Drug Storej PAINT MART

f Sullivan's Gulf ServiceGULF HANNA & VEL-VON PAINT

1. Facate.meua. (a) false front; (b) shaped likes sickle; PrescriptionsSick One 'Coat Plastic Finish
.. Room Supplies
Stops Masonry Dampness

., r Hlrple means M) to limp;-(b) roll a barrel,; (e) tie up. "Specializing Beach Information In Service and BUNNELL 29 W. Granada-Ormond Beach

3. Barque bus refers to (a) a vehicle;- (b) firearm; (c) type, Clean Rest Rooms"In .. Ph. OR 7.0761
The Heart of Flagler DeaiL
building. ,. Moody'sPharmacy R. MOODY I
Flagler Countyj, Corner. Drug Store PAINTING BYContractHourBig .

f Shield Service Station PRESCRIPTIONS or SmallID .
i :' Chester McKenzie'Mechanic 7-3240 Bunnell, Florida
mlvuu ata'.o 't FOUNTAIN SERVICE
..Aa.'I 1 BunnelL Flo. Phone ID 7-3661
Right Now. We'll Overhaul and -TELEVISION
t Repair' Tour Power MowerNo

-- 111 No. Bay ,St. Bunnell PHARMACY
: I.II Complete Service on All Makes
!1. t EDGAR'S GARAGE Sick'Room Supplies- Sundries
hsireJ & Rest Assured
IMSIRE-Stay 24-Hour Towing Service 24-Hour Prescription Service I Auto Radios .' Hi-Fi Electronics
Free Delivery in .Flagler BeachRt.
I Moody Blvd. Bunnell
GET THE BEST PROTECTION, FROM Automatic Transmission Service ORMOND BEACH-TeL OR 7-1661
:Ie' Wheel Balancing-Front End ,DON'S RADIO & TV

'. 24O Granada Alignment Ormoad-OB 7-O803 Thompson, Pharmacy: Zenith Sales and Service,
H. T. TBAlfSJlJSSJON- Your Health Is Wealth "We Sell the Best

Citizen lank Blfc *"***, FkfUt AUTOMATIC HOLLY HILL )1 .Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS. and Service the Rest"AUTO


r' HYDROM -SERVICE 141 W'- Granada In,Our Hands Ormond 7-1421 U.s. Hwy. 1, Onnond ,OR 7.1473

) Repairing'-Rebuilding
r 1239 Rldgewood, Holly Hill Givens
OR 7-1381 Blacks Flower Margaret
Shop .
; BABANDPACKAGSTOBE Phone IDlewocd 7-3341 Regr-: 'Real Estate Broker
PHONE' VAlley 4-1625 Notary PublicSpecializing
P.O. Box"'3 Bunnell, Fla.
;. ST. AUGU\ ,. fE. FLORIDAliewe" Flowers,Foi All, Occasions, OCEAN &. RIVER PROPERTIES'

;' \ t FLAGLER BEACH We accept orders for Delivery Phone HEmlock 9-2035
i bi"hesitant about calling a Garcia Amhnlrmrft. w. Ken Mar Motel-Flayler BeachRESTAURANT
Dancing Saturday Kites Anywhere in the U.S.A;

: oars '.Iwrsys at your, SOTic kith prompteM safety and Your ,
Let ,Us Help "Spirits"i FUEL OILKING'S

; ". : WipedWith- Oxygen Retuiitator'and:Inhalator TRUCK STOP SNACK BAR '
: < : the ,Draft Beer: : .
; >,GatciFuneral HomeR5E.VGARCIA HOTEL BAR Delivery County on! Ilia AND .

,\ Funeral "Director "The;tMeetrag Place I Fuel Oil, .Kerosene, Tractor ,Fuel SURF? AND CANAL WINE,FISHING,. ,
:: ,,"Licensed. ... .. < "Gasoline A1A 3 f'aH. <
trt1 "'TZ1 of. Flagler. County" ;
;. -:'"''\'..4'.i-j"'"........ ... _,, LADY, -, ..--.rAft_ ; :- ,1'S;.I. ]#-i. t.f" -. ..: -JaTGBd''YfC -. gam! V 8.' 1 .H.,_Bunaell .=Z ID:7-3676 I 1 .;.. .. .PHONE:HE.9-2156,,v:t,. Yc

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..Thursday, June:"25,..1959. ., : THE.FLAGLER ,TRIBUNE, BUNNELL..,FLORIDA ," .-- !' ..;. .PAGE:SEVENWORLD.
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Jonquil at her.home In AlexI I ..
; I ART OR ,NOT? .. Mr>; Margaret Sllbcrman holding a Pablo andrla,' Ind,
Picasso book wants to bring the Picasso mosaic (background) '
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MEETS NNEW .' Pedicab meets meter tulcab' in "
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t : Taipei, Taiwan I (Formosa), marking new era In, transportationfor CARDSSTATEMENTS ,
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free ChIna.' One hundred and thirty aed.aD'can .' *' '
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rr i e .- SOME will 1l.ve.be million on', the outboard nation's .'- I y' ,TICKETS. and TAGS .

waterways this season and about 1.' -' '
f half a million "skippers" will be .

..At .launching, ,their first boat. And e
we will begin to see ,more and CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS
more new'items about the funerals
of those who were ,foolhardy' ; ...,
t ,with their boating fun. ,
Educational programs and leg
i Islatlon can go Just so far in enforcing
... ,safety rules and 'regulations .
A few boat owners, out for .- ,
fan and relaxation seldom give .

more 'than a passing thought to .( .' ,. .
safety until an accident occurs.If .
they know the rules an4'Rea- '.We Don't' Do ,The Most
Loons governing safe boating, : :' : .
; them ,..; 3'\ \: (
they:choose- to Ignore on the .
I premise i "it can't happen tome : -
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This Is not to infer,that an boatowners %. PRIN'TING'I :: J t: ,
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..p... are careless. This Is far ,
THEY TAKE THE CAKE..ID Moscow, these Russian women 'from ,the truth.. But boating Is a .I
arrive at ehareh carrying Kulich and Paskha, traditional cakes :fast-growing sport and every new "
for. Battlia ''...... ... season' proud new boat, owners ButliWelDo} Some of the Best
take 'their fishing boats and
I'. ,. .
"' cruisers
down,,to the water with
out, even bothering to learn the -

t "Y,. :h'07 "'?A1,+yit, i!" ,,''; ':. ..; boating "rules and regulations'
; : or to carry along approved safety I'
4 era,. "Equipment -
r. Perhaps the most ommoa-....
take the,, new boater makes is

"'<;' "" '*"''':''9.r;: .,; overloadmg much motor for, ,
or too '
the size of tile.boat many Dial ID 7-3282
people and too much gear for ; .
safety's sake. There are e qWaJW"lor'
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I 1 ''. ''' '' ''' the new boater to determine '
i 11, < the safety of his boat i : '
sad motor. Any reputable dealer { : <
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is happy to advise and recom ) : t .
... ;g" mend.The Coast Guard has'cer-i ': of ....., -' \
Isle requirements Out 'mast be pS": ,"f '
met and, In.addition offers such :; : The; : J y} : : :
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services as a courtesy rmmhiaUon ..". ".. 1 -,*ES' -
of boat The Outboard Boat- .
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mg dub offers valuable services ,:'}:'.-; '.
mad that atiesses safe
a program *
ty,as weB as pleasure oa the waterways '

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Boating Is fun whether fishing or r
THEY WAN,:,:A JOB.-.;,Uatts* Ato.Workers".Data'member .just\.cruising along but it ceases ..
' pIdE &Fief ashJag. that the asw "aia8'Focd" be bmflt ia Mlchigaa to be fua when cmloiBieai. 'lead : ., '
1" rather ttaa tile oia tomilatci S Oblo.Ioea1M.., ,to* tragic accident

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. Available) FridayCity THE EDITOR. H. CRAIG Funeral I Director

JOHN HARDIN. Associate
of Bunnell dog licenses -
became due June 1 and are now AIR 'r OXYGEN

available at city hall, City Clerk, CONDITIONEDCHAPEL 'I ATTENDANT'r EQUIPPED
L.. H. Drady said today. Dear-Flaglerltes: and the ocean is ,calm'' but the I AMBULANCES

/' A certificate of rabies innocu- This "Queen Elizabeth" is wind sometimes seems high. ,
lation furnished by a veterinarian One really can eat and sleepon Phone ID 7-3532
really ,a ship. Everything is "
muSt' be presented before timed this "Queen. It was meant I ,
just 'right, even our bath
license can be furnished, it was I for Relaxation. We have headed 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
schedule but .
we'must move our I
north now. The first tWo and
stated. According to an adver-
watches 20 minutes 11
at 5 and I
tisement in this issue of The a half days we were going East. 1
P.M. .
and 2 A.M., or one hour .
Tribune, arrangements have I It is supposed to be rough the
each of the five days. So we
been made to have a veterina- last half. We still are.. on our '
must be alert to keep up with
.xian at the civic center from 3 the time., :I feet.
to 5 o'clock'iday afternoon, : Tomorrow we will go to the
-The'food is most delicious and
June 26.Legion. Episcopal Service and and-Monday
guess what, we had a Florida land in '
we Cherbourg, ,
salad, fresh orange and grape- France. June 30,10 a. in. SharpWolf's
Installs I
sections. Each deck (14) Editor's Note-The above letter
has its dining room, theatre. was received from Mrl, and .Mrs. '
. New Officers dance floor, garden lounges and Charles Tonkin of Flagler Beach ,Standard oil Service Station

Flagler Post 115, The. American sun decks. who are on a, vacation .trip ,to

Legion, new officers for the cur- Today, our first day out, most France ,and, England., Home Garage Combination

rent year have been installed by ,of the. passengers were on the -of -
Fifth District Commander G. F. sun deck .in shorts and bathing -WUWLca6
Feet I. S.
Approx.500 1
Highway Frontage
Smith. suits, since we were not too far .
The new officers are: Andrew from land it was still warm but suRe ro r4b.rce crag..: f .
" ,Zalewski, commander; Duane A. we' shall see.'tomorrow. you, fII (Subdivided)
,Deen first vice commander; Jack i Today is much cooler, no shortson
. Clegg,. second vice commander; deck but woolen blanketswere Property of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wolfe

Steve Cyzycki, sgt; at arms; M. used. The sea is ,,choppy Location: Bunnell, Florida
IB. Fuller, historian; Ray Carle, today and as evening approachesit I "
chaplain; Walter Morris, treasurer is getting rough. Sleeping is Property is in*City limits of Bunnel": Fla. on the north side
of town and on U.S. Hwy. 1. C.B. Construction only one I
Smith ie
; Raymond service of- wonderful. The sea causes me
year old selling Standard Oil Gasoline'and Products, auto
ficer. \ to relax easily I repairs, etc. Home and business all under one roof. Prop-
George Cantrell Third day out,, at sea and we P D aoMeri erty on west side of U.S. Hwy. 1 and running through to
both are still good sailors. Foodis paved county. road at rear. Also R.R. siding on part of land.U. .
.S. frontage will be offered in lots
Hwy. whole.
or as a
fine and of it. All
Flagler Beach Dies plenty I A-1 location. The opportunity that you have waited so
lounges have the portholes open long for is now waiting ,for you you set the price. Take
George Clinton Cantrell, 51, of which ,is too cold for Floridians, f possession immediately Ideal setup any type road side

Flagler Beach, died in the Flag: but I .have my Indiana winter .. business-restaurant, motel, commercial, investment, specu
lation, .etc.SEE .
ler Clinic in Bunnell Saturday coat to wrap around myself.'The .

night ship is staffed with English 1 IT, TODAY '' ON DISPLAY NOW
He was born in Troop County, stewards and maids. Their services .
.'Georgia. The remains were for- are indeed superb. Durln'gth v TnarfoaSo EASY TERMS
warded to La Negt, Ala., for funeral evening we have dancing in 'eASY FREE 10 Silver Dollars to some lucky persons
: services and interment. the ,garden lounge and a movie i 'tn uSE .' .
Attending Auction
c Survivors include his widow, one may attend. Y

Mrs. Elza Pepper. Cantrell, of Saturday morning-fourth day '
"Flagler Beach.' at sea-and we both are good Grissom Realty\ Auction Co..

: Craig Funeral Home was in sailors, for which,we are thank.
.I I < > P.0. Box 125-SUrer ,Springs Fla.-Phone, Marion 9.2532
L charge of local arrangements., ful. It is a bright sunny day


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