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: July 2, 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: UF00079914:00132
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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1776-1959 Flagler Beach Fourth Celebration _


1"..":' Has Promise of Being Best Ever' ,

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Neoga,Like Safe Plans for the Annual Fourth of July Celebration at

Flagler Beach this Saturday have been completed, and

For Swimming this may be the, best ever staged in that town, with the
';. __ There has teen considerable number of entertainment features, including swimming,

discussion concerning the suitability dancing, fishing and attending the crowning of the new _

of the, waters of Lake Miss Florida East Coast.

Neoga for swimming
, The first event of the day,will '
"Because of doubt
" samples of water existing were taken for Mrs. Ella Moody I I be the starting of the Fishathon.

.y culture from| the north, east, All visitors and home folks are
south side ,and central portionof I II I invited to enter. There is no

,- the lake," Dr. J. R. Sayers of Dies Following entry fee. and entry blanks may

"J : the Flagler County Health Department [I be obtained at, Flagler Beach

.. said today. The result -Lengthy Illness Hardware.The .
of these cultures, he said, contest opens at 6 a. m.

: tF" "indicate_ the f water is, satisfactory the morning of the. Fourth and
for drinking from a bacteriological I Mrs. Ella Wallace Moody, wife continues throuogh to 5 p. m. ..
standpoint"No of George Moody; Sr., of .Flag that day. All catches must ,be

culture for fungs was ler Beach died early Tuesday i registered and weighed in by 'i
w r made. However, it is to be i morning in the Florida State 5:30 p. m. to be eligible for
Hospital where she .had been a I
pointed out that most ear infection prizes.

Road. 11 Paving. Imiiizitifti Clinic causes are from activation patient for four years.' There is an appropriate prize
-of fungi already in the ear by Mrs. Moody was a native of''!for the youngest fisherman to

At Beach July 10 moisture from increased humid' Ohio, and had resided in Orlandoa 'enter, an appropriate prize for

i' Begins Monday ity, perspiration, or a shower. number of years before coming the oldest fisherman to enter.A .
An immunization Clinic will bath. to. Bunnell in 1935. She was
Penn .reel will be .awarded
be held in the fire department a' member of the Methodist
By McAsphalt to the one who catches the larg-
headquarters at. ''Flagler ,Beach Election Church and was 67 years of age. est fish. And a Penn"reel to the
State Road 11 from intersection on Friday, July 10'and again on Survivors include her husband, one catching the largest stringof

of U. S. Highway 1 in Bun Friday July 24, Mrs. Louise Tay George Moody, Sr., Flagler fish. A prize will go to the
For Soil District Beach; one son, Wayne W. Wallace -
for-of-the Flagler County Health
'" nell to the Volusia county line one catching the smallest and a
announced ,' Jr., of Daytona Beach; two
Department today. 4Flagler
prize to the one'catching the'
will be by McAsphalt,
; The clinic is being held for $oi1 Conservation District -, I sisters, Mrs. Schwender of most unusual fish. Fish enteredin
contractors beginning MondayTnorningv
S : all those who,'.need diphtheria, will hold an election here Columbus,\Ohio; and Mrs. O. J. :the contest must be caughtin

a4 -_ "This'stretcn* of_ highway 'was, tetnlSp.w: $ ng/ cough, ;aid; Tuesday.:.July, 14 to. elect .three Short of' Archbold, .Ohio; two the limits,, of Flagler county.
r ., polio 'sli iS.-*It"will J>e held at supervisors ior four ryears each, brothers,: .Albert,: Fink- of Roger At '
\: completed nearly 20 years ago 2 o'clbc; R T that afternoon will r
s-;*. and has gradually deteoriated 2 P. M. on both dates. Alton7 Harris, district, supervisorsaid City,._Mjcti.; and Joe Fink of TO-I I I be the first annual ',Miss' Florida
today. '< ledo, Ohio. Also five, grandchildren
Cver"the but especially so. East Coast Beauty Contest with
r years
The voting, will be held In the of Daytona Beach.:
. in the past five years since traffic 13 of the state's most beautiful
Slower county commissioners' room of Also surviving is a daughter-
over it is steadily increasing young ladles vicing for the title;
the court house from 9 a. m. to 5 in-law, Mrs. Wayne Wallace,
original top surfacingwas I Than InstallationOf p. m.. Daytona Beach, and five stepchildren trophy and .merchandise prizes.
ft"e put down after World WarII Immediately following the
Elections will be held the George Moody, Jr.,
began, and when asphalt was judges' decision Miss Florida .
. same day for 141 supervisors in Leonard Moody, and, Mrs. J. A.
.. Traffic ?
S .. extremely hard to get. This maybe Signals I East Coast of 1959 will be-
various sections of the state. The Babbitt of Flagler Beach; I. I.
!i.: a factor in the crowned. No admission will, of
contributing I
If the Tribune were to deliverits supervisors serve without -pay. Moody of Lake City and Mrs.
tl. wearing of the road. course, be charged.At .
papers or printing as slowlyas Qualified voters' are landowners M. B. Fuller of Bunnell.
I. Anyway, The State Road J;>e- first dark, there will be a
the State Road Department is able to'vote in general elec Funeral services will be held
partment is due a vote of thanks gala fireworks display at the
installing the traffic signals over tions. from: the Fairchild Funeral
for contracting its repaving at I i ocean front. The fireworks display
the main highway crossing here Home in Orlando at 11 o'clock '
J"- this time. is put on by the Town of
! it'would soon be-out of,business. INSECT LIVE SPANS VARY Friday morning with Rev. W. L. .
Flagler Beach.Immediately
;. Every motorist or pedestrian Life spans of insects vary Spicer, Jr., pastor of the Bunnell
the fireworks
Two, Are Fined crossing from either way must widely. A queen ant may sur- Methodist Church, officiating. Interment there is following a free dance in
take a great chance of never vive as long as ,16 years; some will follow at the 1al.1
the town with music beIng
making it. ,An accident( fortunately may 'flies pass their entire adult lace family plot in an square

: 'For Illegal Deer I I there: Sunday.not And serious a far) occurred seriousone lives in 20 minutes. I Cemetery. I furnished of TV Bob through of Flagler the'Beach.courtesy

Hunt 'In Reserve may occur any moment-un- ,.
i til the controls are;completed.First .
[ S the workmen began installing Bunnell Building Permits Post Office Shows

Two Palatka men, Coleman I I the, foundations many *

If Jones, Jr.. and Charles S. Meth-, weeks ago. Then were gone for ,Months,
t' vin, were fined in county's I several weeks. Last week they Fall Below Prior 6 ;Business Increase

-' judge's court here Tuesday morn returned, put up two ,steel supports I I .
,ing for illegal hunting. strung a cable, suspendedthe Building permits issued by the $289,800. I Ray L. Mercer, postmaster -here,
f' : They were charged ':with 11- light without, putting themin city for the period January Flagler Beach's permits would I gave The Tribune some figures
legaL hunting and illegal pos :operation. 'Then they feft a- through June are far below the have been in this .issue, but this week showing an increasein

: seslon of firearms. They were I Iij" gain. When they' will returnif amount for the preceding six the city clerk's wife is in a hos post office business for the
fine each $150 on each of the ever-is problematical.Why months. In fact the first half pital. We :hope the.gures. will past year-July 1 1958 to June
two counts. They paid the fines. t of 1959 $201,690 less in Permits be available next week.
f"' the peacemeal work? As I I II saw 30, 1959. The flgurest show:.
". The men were caught by'Conservation the'dead lights are up,..they ,issued.A Receipts for the, past fiscal
Officers H. W. Hold- statute a greater hazard breakdown of the permits Teen Pre-Teen show an increase of $4,708.55, ;
ridge and Bob Phillips, and 'another they had not been erected.con-j shows permits, for addition '_and over the last fiscal year." Re.
whose name was not ob I alterations, to homes for the six Dance Draws :* 'ceipts for 1959 fiscal year were

..5, tained. t I pionths of 1959 totaled $5,150.00. $19,416.37. For the 1958 fiscal
'The men 'were caught in a Womans Clubhouse 1 r In the last half of 1958 it was Record CrowdThe year they were $14,707.82.The .

game preserve in the northwestern 1300.. increase in postal rates

section, the county Monday Landscaping Is For new ,homes constructionin record attendance of 174!and fees, which were.,made effective '
night. The deer killed was a the last half, of 1958 totaled PreTeens'and Teens attendedthe at various times ,during

doe, it was"stated. NOWCompleted $98,000. For first half of 1959 it Calypso. ,dance at The Wo this past year, caused some of

is $22,500. man's Clubhouse in Flagler the increase. The remaining increase
SMORGASBORD SUPPER The Flagler Beach Garden For commercial buildings in Beach Tuesday' evening. I. is a ,result of normal '
.,!: PBOVES''SUCCESsFUL dub, under'the supervision last six months of .1958' the fig Bonnie Lowe and Peter'Thread- growth.
,; The Smorgasbord supper given County Agent Howard Taylor ure was $55,800. But for the first gill were selected as the Pre- I The normal growth receipts tI

by Mesdames Given, Kelley, has completed landscaping the six months of..1959 it was only I Teen, Queen and King for the I were estimated by Mercer to be

& Bondy, Haines .Juengling and Flagler Womans 'Clubhousegrounds $40,900. The biggest permits'for dance next Tuesday evening.The I$1,214, compared with an actual

Brede of the: Flagler_ Woman's. ". thistype:::construction was fora Teen'Queen and King selected increase of. 470855. '
Club proved complete success. Ocean roof proven shrubs are motel-$36,000. were' Elaine 'Frai1e and 30, 1959. The figures show: ;,
This being' the first. such dinner used entirely and 'give a pictureof For the first six months of-this James Miller. '. I Postage stamps 3518.55 '

given by the Club members. Florida Beauty. Garden Club year there was also,,a permit for The,.'T p- Tune selected was ,Third ,class mail ', 900.00 :]
they are gratified, by* the' response President Esther J'Juengling and $$19,660,00 school construction.The Bongo Rock"* The Summertime Box, rent: 230.00 :,<::
: .'of our local, people,' and Chairman .Marie"Brede want: to I I total of all permits ,for first I Pl-J ce.will;be; the theme.,for.the 1 l Permit, fees & COM i

,. are ,happy in their"Dollar Div I publiclythank Mr. Taylor'for' six months of 1959 Is 88210. For I dances" next week with ,regular I I .
.. 14eB4'L ""* -'*,*I..nture"--\ ..K'Vi\ *,> _& : ,_,. ''I'' '.. "' '- 1.the 'laSt'half of-1958 'irtdtaled' attire,'being.,-r(0"worn. _' '. TOTAL''J-..._.._..'!:_,- .....,$4,70855- "

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tI; Mrs. Paul Vogel has returnedto Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knight Salesmen are 'production managers
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"A. her home' here after an extended from Haw Creek spent'the week- produce results. '

.:, : :; /3eaclt' .l; visit to her former homein end in their beach home here. I : .

;* Jlagfer Chicago. .
r- Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Bowen I FREE PAINT
C f ,: I 4 LUNA BABBITT left this week for their cottage One extra gallon of'your choice

r ,Telephone HEmlock 9.2098 Mrs. E. L. Hart has returnedto I at Baboosic Lake'Amherst, N. J. with each gallon you buy

r I her home here after takinga I where' they will spend the sum- I Mary Carter Paint Store

4 NINTH BIRTHDAY HUBERS SELL TWO sightseeing trip. to New Orleans mer.
?L CELEBRATION I I HOUSES';dN VENICE PARK .I La. I I Ormond Beach at Coquina Barn
,,Also We gate Shopping- Center
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!. Mrs. Henry Shlll honored her )Ij I Mr. and Mrs. Emil Huber sold T .

j:, daughter, Eleanor,. last Friday two houses in Venice Park last Mrs. Mildred Clemence, accom- Hebrew University in Jerusa

.., afternoon with a party on her week. They both were on Lan- companied by her two daughters lem is now a show, place of. The Bible, Says:

ninth. birthday anniversary.As tana Ave. Barbara and Vernice, arrived Israel. In 19&4 the university

the guests arrived, an animal Mr. and Mrs., Martin H. Fuel last week from Cleveland, dedicated a rocky wilderness as "Behold he (Christ) cometh with

was pinned on each one's ling from Three Rivers, .Michigan Ohio, ''to spend two weeks' here its site.(Today ultamodern build clouds and every eye shall see
with 'her mother, Mrs.' Nettie I I him and they also which pierced
i;;' .t back and they were given, a' certain who spent last winter here ings and landscaped patios cover
., number of questions to with their uncle, Howard Wise- Brusich. I'the I area. him:-("Rev. 17) .

guess which animal.. ,they were haupt, were the buyers for one ----_._ ---- I

;' wearing. of the places. They recently returned -I I Listen"HEROLD

r Vicki Moore won a prize for here to reside after t I I THE BAFFLESBy Mahoney I'I. I ,
. making the most words from making .a- trip to Michigan in : I OF TRUTH"Over
f the honoree's name, and Joann the spring. I WPDQ 600 KC at 8:30 a. m.

' Wilson won a brand identification The<<; other place was purchasedby SUNDAY

. puzzle. Cynthia McCraneywas Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Nuz-
:;' drawn as the winner after I um who reside at the present at
, tying in naming objects on a Lake Como., Mr. Nuzum is employed *

tray.A. in Crescent City. They TV Bob'
special birthday cake was plan! to spend their weekends II

served with ice cream on the here during the summer.. '
, lawn. The other guests were SERVICE .
: Elaine Tidwell Linda McNab,
C. E. Morris arrived last'week
all makes
Scott Wilder and assisting' Mrs.
,'. I from Tucker Ga. ,
,to complete the
. Shill were her daughter, Elaine
'. '. Frailey, and Marilyn 'McNab. I 1 home on Central -Ave. that he .I.IF Sales, Tubes ,and

" Favors were given to the guests had started.on an earlier visit. Antenna Installation

:.,.' and: Eleanor opened her gifts. I I 1
PHONE HE 9-2204
" Mrs. Phillip Barker and family I.
k Mrs. May Shill received word
.- : I arrived from Parris Island

::'... from her sister, Mrs. Ellen 'Jennings S. C. for ,a visit here with her I

. resident of Orlando, that parents Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hart I'
she is enjoying a three week's and her sister; Mrs. 'Judy Clark. ) TWO r FOR '
: visit in Amsterdam, N., Y. ,with ti'': eow s oF'
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'S CHID. i SHELL FILL & SAND
Sgt. Thomas Clark left last .
James Phoenix. Mrs. Jennings, week 'for the West Coast. to be DIRT" CONTRACTSCALL '
jPhoenix are'all
Mr. and Mrs.
reassigned to duty with the Ma-
{ former. residents her rine
Corps after spending his
leave here with his wife and j
Mrs. Robert Schatz motored I family. I EMIL MISSINNE

last week ot Miami for a visit ;
Phone HE 9-2094
with her son, Fred Schatz. She Arthur Vowell from Chicago, f

wac accompanied on the trip' by has moved here since having re I FLAGLER BEACH I']

. her ,daughter' Margie, and Faye tired. He is the uncle of Jack l .
Robinson and ds residing next I "'"
Bass. .. .
; .-: .. + 'Iff door to him.' ;

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I Miss Judy Sake Ocala is

'. ;EASY the house guest of Miss' Carlyn A4. ; ; <<
Williams for ten days: .
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Miss jOrvalene Turpin returned
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, IT"I here Saturday to the home of .

; ... her mother, Mrs. 'J. W. Robinson; -., :': .
re. IT..... Kan RUE after a visit with relatives 'in Save. up nearest to'1 competitor 02.75 over Ford's Sare up to S6t on other accessories Save on aluminized muffler that k

Five Points Tenn. on a Fairlant 500 with heater normally lasts twice as long .
I V j 'OR a quick supper inspiration radio and automatic transmission; '%.. !
take canned luncheon meat, with air conditioning you can save Save on body finish that never needs waxing q i.
'.' \. 1 sprinkle with brown sugar, dot Mr. and Mrs.; Tommy Dur- *- $219.85 $

" with cloves and peach or pine. rance from Haw Creek are .
'.-. apple slices. Bake to heat '"
: through spending their two weeks vaca '.
t.. and serve sliced. tion here in the
;.; Walter: Knight
! : Try some cooked chopped .
f-'. prunes as filling for omelet and .
r'.," serve' with rosy slices of Canadi- .
an bacon for brunch or lunch. and Mrs. B. T. Hord returned -
i. \ Nice with a fish dinner or as a to Crescent City Sunday
for ten days after spending f
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'' THIS WEEK'S RECIPE eral, weeks here. x
; Asparagus Vinaigrette

".. (Serves 4) Mr. and Mrs. Carl ,Alligood J Save on the standard .
L 1 egg, hard-cooked and son from' Baltimore, Maryland kiln-capacity battery which

r' 1 ID-ounce package quick have been the guests here offers surer starting .
frozen asparagus
: \ for two weeks of his, mother, ,Save up to$55,year
?11' 3 ,tablespoons butter'or ,}' 5..,' on regu A Th.w.rid'e prepertt.a.d .
Mrs. Laura 'and his t3olaxi.tn.afGvbYidoria
Alligood, usr
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/ '. *than a Folrlan 500 hardtop.
::- 2 teaspoons lemon Juice sisters, Mrs. T. J. Miller and .
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1 teaspoon salt Mrs. Lonnie Allison. .
'T' '' ptyswese en a eemparuoa c*
H teaspoon pepper : ; os.d tuggnttd ntoll pica ,vr ;,

% teaspoon dry mustard Mr. and Mrs. John Dostal and ,

Chop egg white fine. Put daughters spent three days' ..
yolk through sieve. Cook asparagus .
; drain. Melt butter, sightseeing last" :week; ''in Miami. Ex'i'i I MOTHBW) ) '.

add all remaining ,ingredients :
and egg white. ''Pour over as- Mr. and 'l.f as. J. W. Robinson, : .

paragus and garnish with egg parents, of Jack Robinson, ,re-

.:f'J yolk., turned to their home in Chicago, -- J '

Ill., on :'Saturday 'after. spending W :
; dip for crackers and chips are two weeks vacation in their 7fV"7--- : '. \
r.t. "i finely diced cucumbers mixed home here.

\" with to taste.soured cream" and, seasoned \\tW.V lE \\U\ DtIACI ItS' _!lI.$, I. ,

..' Mrs. Eda Hart Wilkins, motherof 1: IIB 11I11'I11III1' lUll IIIf 'IIIMI i REI INFFt9 Ogg[ lIB wm UBI, ; '
Hot buttered r
English muffins A
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spread with apricot E. L. Hart, arrived'here' recently ... .. ........ I IrAlirrscctclt 1, ,
puress or ap- I" x/...........N.. I osl N award 5 atacgfeetehswr.c.iri ...... I i
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plesauce are a wonderful snack from Anniston, Ala., to ies.a M M par M Me.t, y crs a ass w i uccr.. .- .
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:....' Drop some cut-up figs or dates h m\( '6 '.'--iI'!
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Mrs. Cletus Strausner came home Dividend Days you can save more than' /"-' / ,
i; batter and then sprinkle //L /. -
a sugar ever before: on a 59 Ford. Get our 1pCCial.ein -
here by airline after : <,
1! cinnamon mixture the Thursday r"t/ ,
; over top. dividends;..plus the dividends that go with own' ( /It '; t i, "
tt Special treat spending two weeks'In Halifax. -- ''
ing the;world's most bcautifullyprOpoI'tioned car. U : / .
\ No time to cook'"Upper1 Toast Pa., visiting with relatives. i '
; 'Y. slices of bread butter and spread J DIVIDEND 'DAYS' AT. YOUR. 'FORD DEALER'S .;# ; "' ,
_: with cream cheese. Over: this 'TOUR 'CLOSEST: OUTLET r.o.a.r. \
't.> spread shrimp salad and "broil' 'f< 1. :, ,
:r ": until,lightly.browned. For Quality. ,.Furniture ;
';, The last of the ham can always, -We're Owt:ef theFVRNITURE : Bunnell Motor y'Z 'j.
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Thursday,. ,July '2,>. .1959, THE, FLAGLER. TRIBUNE: BUNNELL t FLORIDA PACK..rlHREe'r.

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WOMLR oUTh4kos IN CHANCERY NO. 3751* FLORIDA. FOR FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA of the Circuit Court, of Flagler'

.FRANK SORRENTINO. I Estate ofISHAM IN EQUITY NO. ,:3743 County Florida
w ,Plaintiff. L. JOHNSTON. By Audrey B. )'[cKnlsht.k ,
limos vs. I Deceased. LOUIS ''OSSINSKY SR.. '

LUCY The State ef Flerldm, To All Per- as Trustee. (Circuit Court Seal
5.55 Interest la the Estate i ofaaid OSSINSKY & KROL '
NOTICE TO DEFEND Dece.eatt Plaintiff Solicitors for Plaintiff>.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: You are hereby notified that 'a vs.! 411 Main Street

Lucy Sorrentino written instrument purporting to .ESPOSITO and COMPANY, Daytona Beach. Florida"
39 Spring Street be the Last Will and Testament of an Illinois corporation. June 11-18-25 & July 2-4tc
BIGGER and safer boats:>> are Newark. New Jersey said decedezit has been admitted to Defendant.

for the nation's Increasing You are hereby notified that a probate in said Court. NOTICE TO IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFFLAOCF.lt
You are hereby commanded withIn APPEAR
suit has been filed against you in COUNTY FLORIDA IX
thousands of outboard the entitled six calendar months from the AND ANSWER' CHANCERY '
above cause; and you NO. 3744.
date of the first publication of this IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
enthusiasts. And one. boat, designer are hereby required file your an- OF FLORIDA.TO FRANCIS SASSANO.
In said Court.'andahow
swer with the Clerk of this Court. notice to appear Plaintiff
predicts catamaran outboard I and to serve a copy thereof upon cause, if any you can. why : ESPOSITO and COMPANY
the of said Court in admit- an Illinois corporation.You MARYi va.
cruisers of the plaintiff or plaintiffs
up to50 feet I M. SASSANO
ting sali Will to probate should .are hereby notified that a ,
whose and address
.will be a reality within a few I Ray name',Selden not stand. unrevoked suit has been brought against you Defendant
attorneY'1 in the Circuit Court of Flagler NOTICE TO DEFEND
Selden Building ( ) I I
Tears i County Judge County, Florida, Jn equityby THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
Mating ,this prediction is Ted 800 Main Beach.Street.Da.tona Flagler County, Florida LOUIS OSSINSKY. SR, as Trustee Mary M. Sassano

, .1...,' noted Gold, Cup boat and not later than July 31. A. D. 1959. First Publication June 25th. 1959 Plaintiff and you are hereby required Jamaica 153-18 88th New Street York
to file
2-9-16-4tc by your Attorneywith
'\ .. pleasure boat designer. Catamarans '' If you fall to do entered so. decree pro June 25 July ---- the Clerk of said Court your You are hereby notified that a. -

.are twin-hulled craft which confesso for the will relief be demanded againstyou in the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF written defenses if any to the Bill suit has been filed against you in
in Equity in said suit on' be- the above entitled cause; and yoU'
a''V The
have bill of. nature
complaint. of
decided advantages over CHANCERY NO. SS72 fore the 13th day of July A.D. are hereby required to file your
said suit being
conventional v-bottom boats ANTONIO R. CALL WOOD. 1959 and also to serve a copy of answer with the Clerk of this
WITNESS. my hand and seal of
Court and to
your written defenses Messrs. serve a copy thereofupon
More than two dozen boat builders Said Court this ,24th .day- .of JuneA. .'Plaintiff OSSINSKY & KROL. Solicitors upon for the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney \

" building this D. 1959. VS. Plaintiff at their whose name and addres
are catamarans (Official Seal) ELSA CALLWOOD. office at ill !
Is: -
1- year and some of these are 35 RALPH E. HARBERT Defendant. Main Street Daytona Beach Flor-
. Clerk of said Circuit Court NOTICE TO DEFEND ida on or* before the 13th 'day of W. Cecil Grant
. feet. I July 2-9-1I-Z3--4tc. THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: July A. D. 1959 as required by the 407% Main St.
According' to Jones,'the efficiency I Elsa Call wood: Florida Equity Rules and herein Daytona Beach. Florida
'I ef the catamaran I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 257 West lllth Street fall not or Decree Pro Confesso not later than July 14th. A. D...
and Final Decree will be entered 1959.
i It grows larger. ,"The IN CHANCERY NO. 3758. You are hereby notified that a against you by default. If you fail to do sa decree pro .

tional beat has to push GODftD-1 I JEAN G. OELHAUS. suit has been filed against you In That the name of the Court in confesso will be entered against.
Plaintiff. the above entitled cause; and you which said suit has been Instituted for the relief demanded in the bill
the water much as a ... are hereby required to file your answer is the Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial of complaint. The nature of said .

" .. pushes. threat ..... A catamaran .- I I WILLIAM ,''JCSEPH GELHAUS.. and to with serve the a Clerk copy of thereof this Court' upon County Circuit Florida in, and and that for the Flagler title suit WITNESS being for my Divorce.hand and seal of

rides ever the water like Defendant. of said cause is hereinabove set said Court
I NOTICE TO DEFEND the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, forth. as this 9th 'day of June: _
: a pair ef skis. This doesn't make THE 'STATE OF FLORIDA.TO: whose name and address is: A. D.. 1959.
You are further notified that the (Official Seal)
Holch '
:; toe much 'difference William Joseph Gelhaus Samuel V.
with. small nature of said suit is to foreclosea
75 Beach Way, c/o City of U. Highway 17 RALPH E. HARBERT
t#; craft, but aa the boats become Keahsburg Boat P. O. Box 471'EastPalatka Mortgage the follow- Clerk of said Circuit Court.

larger the allegorical shovel Keansburg. New, Jersey Florida -- ing described property to-wit: June 11-18-25& July 2-4tc
not,later than July 27th. A. D. 1959. Being a part of Section Forty _
You are hereby notified that a .
VV becomes larger,and the avow suit has been filed against you in If you .fail to do 80, decree pro (40), Township Ten (10) South. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
. *' entered againstyou Range Thirty-one (31) East and FOR FLAGLER
sleeper. the the above entitled cause: and confesso 'will be COUNTY. FLOR.
for the relief demanded in the more particularly described as IDA. IN CHANCERY NO.
hereby required to file
V "While the catamaran Is "of I you are follows:
one your answer with the Clerk'I of this bill of complaint.' The nature of CITIZENS BANK OF BUNNELL.

, man's oldest boat designs, its Court and to serve a copy thereof said suit being_ for divorce." Beginning at a concrete monument Plaintiff,.
hand and seal of marking a point where
the Plaintiff or plaintiffs WITNESS my
adaptation to outboard power is upon attorney whose name and addressis said Court this 19th day of JuneA. the Easterly boundary of the BART CAVANNA8and wife, ANN
less than 10 years old. The designhas' : D. 1959.Official Five hundred (500) foot rightofway CA.VANNA.
( Seal) RALPH E. HARBERT of the Florida Intra-
. long been noted for its stability W. Cecil Grant Clerk of said Circuit Court coastal Waterway intersects the Defendants.

.. which makes It the boat 407% Main Street June 25 &' July 2-9-16-4tc South line of Township Ten (10) NOTICE DY PUBLICATION

Daytona Beach. Florida ._- ------ South. Range Thiity-one (31) FORECLOSURE
design of future outboard craft of MORTGAGE
not later than August 3rd A. D.
moderate and large size. 1959. ELECT ONE MEMBER OF and running thence STATE OI MORTGAGE.
. It is claimed that If you fail to.do so decree pro BOARD OF SUPERVISORS FOR Twenty-six degrees refp.rence.1 FLORIDA
a 18-foot catamaran confesso will be entered againstyou TO: BART CAVANNA and wife.
BIMINI DRAINAGE DISTRICT. utes Seventeen seconds
is, twice as stable, as the for the relief demanded in the Notice is hereby given that a special long the Easterly, ,ANN 72 Walnut CAVANNA Street, .

ll. same' size ,conventional him. And billof complaint. The nature of meeting of the owners of land boundary of the ,Florida Intra- East Hartford. Connecticut
said suit being for divorce. situated in the Bimini Drainage coastal Waterway, a distance of
';:', tests have demonstrated that the WITNESS my hand and seal of District in Flagler County. Florida, One thousand Four hundred You. 'Bart Cavanna and wife Ann

stability increases geometricallyas said Court this 30th day of June is hereby called to be held In theCommlasloner's Thirty-one and Fifty-seven hun- a Cavanna.Bill of are Complaint hereby to notified foreclose that
A. Df 19)9.Omclal Room of the Flag- dredths (1431.57) feet; thence. a
the catamarans certain mortgage the
grow larger. ( Seal) following:
ler County Courthouse. Bunnell NorthSeventeen degrees Ten
The relative 'stability. ':of.the conventional -' RALPH E. HARBERT Florida on the 13th day of part section 40
'hull::has only In arithmetical July ,2--16-23--4tc Clerk of said Circuit Court' A. D' 1959.at 3 o'clock P. M. for the West along the said Easterly Township 10 South Range 31,
purpose of electing one member of right-of-way boundary, a distance East described '
>_ increase in stability., COUNTY the Board of Supervisors for the of One hundred Ninety-six Magnolia Manor Subdivision as Lot 26 of
p" While Dot designed for, speed, term of three years and to attendto and Forty nine hundredth3 particularly described '
(196.49) feet to the of beginning
such other business pertainingto point -
catamarans have been follows: Beginning at the Southeasterly
c knocking FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.IN of this -
before description
the district that come :
t may
) ., RE ESTATE OF corner of the said Section
: -
off the thence. North Seventeen
top pleasure boat marathon the meeting.At .degrees 40
: ISHAM L. JOHNSTON such election each and Ten minutes Eleven seconds Township 10 South
prizes across the country Deceased.T every Range 31 East as point
a of
acre of land in the said District West along the said Easterly I reference and
T Creditor and Persons running thence
... shall be entitled to one vote in per- boundary of the Florida Intra- North 1057'45
Having Claims Dcmaads Against West along theEasterly -
DIET OF ANCHOVIES son or by proxy -4n writing duly coastal Waterway, a distance of
Said Estates One hundred Five and Three bOUndary of the said
signed for each acre of land
Anchovies are, the staple food You and each of you are hereby hundredths feet thence Section 40 of 1805.98.
by him In said District. Guardiansmay (105.03) ; feet, to the ,
notified : ahd required, to presentany Southeasterly corner
of the South America's represent. their wards. Execu- North Forty-nine degrees Eight of Magnolia
guanay, claims and demands which you. Manor Subdivision;. V
tors and administrators Twenty-four seconds
chief guano, bird. A guanay or either estate of of you.ISHAM may, .have JOHNSTON againstthe resent the estates of deceased may per-rep- East a distance of One thous- the thence Southerly South 89 boundary* 11' West of along Magnolia -:.

colony may eat 1,000 tons of the deceased late of said County. 'ta sons and private corporations may and dreths Three and Seventeen feet hun-Intersection Manor Subdivision a dis.
represented by their officers or (1003.17) to an -
the County Judge of Flagler County tance of 740.86 feet
: thence-
tiny fish a day. '. duly authorized agents. with the Westerly North 19-
Florida, at his office in the 57'45- West a distance
l. __. ._ court house of said County at Bun- It is ordered that this notice be 'right-of-way boundary of State I of 186.97 feet to.the Southeast
published each week for two con- Road No. 140; thence Southerly erly fIre
nell Florida within calendar of
eight corner
THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized months from the time of the first secutive weeks In The Flagler Tribune along a Six degree Fifty-flve said point said Lot 26"and
being the point
t. publication of this notice. Each a newspaper V published in minute curve to the left a distance of beginning of this description
claim demand shall Flagler County. Florida. of Ninety-seven and thence L
or be in writing. South 53-04'48.
Evlnrude Dealer West
Date of first hundreths
publication July (97.23)
and shall state the place of resi- 2nd Twenty-three distance of 230.43 feet to the
BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS dence and A. D. 1959. feet; thence South Forty-nine Easterly
office address of the
. post boundary of the 100'
1 By order,of Board of Supervisors degrees Eight minutes Twenty-
Dockage Storage Free Ramp the claimant claimant and shall agent be attorney sworn ,to and by R. W. DEEN. JR.. President., four seconds West a distance of No. ht-of-way thence North of State 6258'11 Road
:' Attest One AlAf'
WE FINANCE : thousand Thirty-two and
any V such claim or demand not so ong the said Easterly

825 Ballough Rd-Daytotta filed shall be void. I July O. F.2-9-2tc.ALFORD. Secretary. Seventeen feet to the hundredths point of beginningof (1032.17) right-of-way 55'4.5curve boundary, on a V
ALICE JOHNSTON this to the left a distance -
Aa Executrix of the Last' Will description. Parcel con- of 65.88 feet thence North
and Testament of ISHAM L. acres. 3553'36West.
TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND The above description is in along said East
REFINANCE YOn DEBTS JOHNSTON deceased. FOR FLAGLER COUNTY, FLOR accordahce with a survey made erly right-of-way boundary, a
With a Long Term First publication June 25, 1959. IDA. IN CHANCERY. CASE NO by D. D. Moody. Registered Sur- North distance of 59,79 feet; thence
June 25 & July 2-9-16-Itc 71.04'03East distanceof
veyor No. 261, during the monthof
I H. June A. D. 1946. and bearingare .r.M 7r feet thence South
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF GARRIS.Plaintiff. 19.57'45East.
FEDERAL LAND BANK referred to the True Me- a distance of 60
FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN ,I ridian. feet, to the Point of beginning.
CHANCERY NO. 3.171 -vs-- AND
FARM ,LOAN I MARGARET NATOLI. BETTY BURNETTE GARRIS, Being a part of Section Forty Being a part of Section 40u

Plaintiff -l.. (40). Township Ten (10) South. Township 10 South. Range 31
B. W. BRYAN vs. NOTICE TO APPEAR Range Thirty-one (31) East and East and described as Lots 1_
JOSEPH J. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: more particularly described as z, and
Production Credit AuD.I NATOLI.Defendant.. BETTY BURNETTE' GARRIS follows: corded cofdiMagnolia M notr

I NOTICE TO DEFEND 909 S. 5th Street Beginning at a concrete monu- Subdivision and more particu

Wednesday.lO:00PALATKA THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Wilmington North Carolina ment marking a point where larly described as follows: Beginning -
FLORIDA Joseph J. Natoli YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat the Easterly boundary of the at the Southeasterly-
1232 Sri StreetBrooklyn. a suit for divorce has been Five hundred (500) foot right- corner of Section 40, Township
New York filed against you in the above entitled of-way of the Florida Intra- 10 South, Range 31 East as
You are hereby notified that a cause and you are hereby coastal Waterway Intersects the Point of reference and running-a.
suit has been filed against .you in required to serve upon Plaintiff's South line of Township Ten (10) thence North 1957'45'Ve.t..
the above entitled cause and you attorney whose name and address South Range Thirty-one (31) along the Easterly boundary off
are hereby required to file your answer appear hereon your written defense East as a point of reference, fa'dSection 40. a distance of
DragliniligBulldozing with the Clerk of this Court i I If any. to the Bill of Com- and running thence North feet; thence South 71-()**-
and to serve s upon plaint in said, suit on or before Twenty-six Degrees Sixteen 03* West, along the Southerly-
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney the 27th day of July A. D. 1959. minutes Seventeen seconds West, boundary of Magnolia Road .
whose name and address is: else Decree Pro Confesso will be along the Easterly right-of-way distance of 810 feet to the
\ entered against you. boundary of the Florida Intra- Northeasterly
corner of the
UighvVny17ouch WITNESS.my hard and seal of coastal Waterway, a distance atOne Lot 3 and said point
P. O.. Box 471 said Court, this 23rd day of June thousand Four hundred the Point of beginning of this
East Palatka. Floridanot A. D. 1959. Thirty-one and Fifty seven description
Land Clearing later than July 27th A. D. 1959.If (Seal) RALPH E. HARBERTAs hundredths (1431.57) feet: South 71-04'03- West continuing along the
you fftil 'to do so. decree pro Clerk of said Court.W. thence. North Seventeen degreesTen and S.
L. .WADSWORTH distance of 173.86tfeet a.
confesso will be entered. against minutes Eleven seconds to an In-
you for the relief demanded in the Solicitor for PlaintiffP.O. West, along the said Easterlyrightofway
GradingP. bill of complaint. The nature of Box 396 boundary a distance Northeaster.
said suit being for divorce custody Bunnell Florida of Three hundred One and right-of-way of State Road AlA
and support of minor child. June 25' & Jut: '-I-l6-4tc Fifty-two hundredths (301.52) thence South 38.49'00Eut., ;

A. EDMONSON WITNESS my hand and seal of -- feet to the point of beginningof long the said Northeasterly a-
said Court this 19th day of June L'THE,, CIRCUIT COURT OF this description: thence North right-of-way boundary

Phone IDlewood 7-3376 A. D. 1959. FLAGLER coUNT1FLOWO..&, Uf Seventeen degrees Ten minutes of 65.43 feet: thence a South distance -

(Court Seal) RALPH E. HARBERT CHANCERY NO. 3742. ',. Eleven seconds. West along the 35.53'36 East along said North-
Clerk of said Circuit Court HERBERT RENNEBAUM. boundary of the easterly right-of-way
-- June '25 & July J-'. 6-4tc Plaintiff Florida Intracoastal Waterway a distance of 4021 feet to the

. NOTICES ". a distance of'One hundred five Southerly boundary of said Lot
ELECTION OF THREE SUPER- MARY ,RENNEBAUM.. and two hundredths (105.02) 1; thence North 71*04'03' East.
VISORS FOR TERMS OF FOUR DefendantNOTICE .' feet; thence. North Fortyninedegrees a. distance of 141.67 feet to the

YEARS EACH FOR FLAGLER m$r :JUagltrBITHWBIX. .rtkar TO DEFEND Eight minutes Twenty- Southeasterly corner of Lot 3
SOIL .CONSERVATION DISTRIST. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: ., four a distance of thence North 19.$7'45- West. :
hundred a.
July U, 1959 Mary Rennebaum Nine Eighty-five and distance of 100 feet to the point
Pursuant to the Soil Conservation ....IUDA 5 Central BoulevardMerrick. Fifty-one hundredths (985.51) of hferlnntntr rtf this descri
682. Florida Statutes i.L.New'ork feet; to the intersection with I True
Act Chapter .* I I A" bearings refer to the ;
of 1949 and Chapter 28094 of I You are herebr notified that a the Westerly right-of-way boundary -j J Meridian.

195, notice !. hereby given of an suit has been?'', filed against you of State Road No. 140: has been filed against and
election to,be held on July: 14. 1959 MRS.: M. B. FULLER., Editor Iin the above entitled cause; and thence Southerly, along a Six I required to serve you*,
for the election of three (I) supervision I you are hereby required to file degree Ftfty-five .minute curve of your Anawer or Pleadings to copy the
for terms of four (4) years your answer with the Clerk of this to.the left, a distance of Ninety- Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs
each. Des_ Oslelal ........... Court and to nerve a copy thereof nine and Forty-two hundredths attorney H. T. Cook. Citizens Bank
Polling Place) I upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs (99.42) feet; thence. South Forty- Building.
IfotieM Bunnell Florida; and file
,.. ...... > .( Flag1.
County Commissioner's 'Room attorney, whose. name and address nine degrees Eight minutes the original Answer or Pleading In

c, County Courthouse Osmty, BInlellttS 'theada is: Twenty-four seconds West a the office of the Clerk of,the Cir
.BunnellFlorida W.: Cecil Grant distance of One thousand Three cuit Court on or before the 13th
.' Polling place(s) will be open between mm* ta* .tate *t rtwfto 407% Main St.., and Seventeen h u n d r e dths day of July 1959. If you fall to

., the hours of '.:00 -A.I. and Daytona Beach. Florida (1003.17) feet to the point of beginning do so, judgment by default will be
, 5:00 P.M. r not later than July 10th AD.: of this description. Par- taken against you for' the relief

All qualified elector residing ."'..... ..-f da. .atta 1959. cel contains 2.1 acres. demanded in the Bill of Complaint..
within the,District shall be,eligible If you fail to do so decree pro The above description Is In accordance This notice shall be published
i' to vote in'this,election. '. ......." ..,..* .. pst.fietit confesso will be entered against with survey made by once each week for four. consecutive

the \ on ActInclules ... ... .... you for the( relief,demanded in the D. D., 'Moody, Registered Sur- weeks In The Flakier Tribune.-.
idadSoIlctConisemt ..
C"" Flo p. is... ..aid .tra.e bill of complaint.The, nature of veyor No. 261. during the monthof DONE AND ORDERED at Bun- .

I:. : any person 'qualified to > >frt/hft. said suit beingfor Divorce. June A.D: 1946, and bearingsare n@ll.. Florida,, this 9th day of June
r vote in general election under:the WITNESS my hand and seal of referred to the True Me "

; Constitution ;and Statutes of this said Court this 8th day June A. D.. ,and 1959.RALPH E., HARBERT .
, state who la also a'-landowners \ for relief ,more fully .set forth, Clerk of the Circuit Court
E the herein'v named <<...trtet7. .. GDa" ar_ .. -11etx ..i1z (Official, Seal) -' in the Bill of Equity.. FlaJrler County, Florida' '.,
',.: )(.. O*. Watkins .Administrator BMmtfca .JI 91.J1 I RALPH E. 'JUItBBR'I' WITNESS my hand and. official (Circuit Court Seal) ,
State, Soil, Conservation Board. : Clerk of said.Circuit Court. aeal .of ,office .In' Bunnell. FlaglerCounty. H. T, Cook Attorney for Plaintiff
V July. 2-9:-2tc-'; June 11-11-25 July. : 2-lie .. Florida, this, 8th day oft June ,,11-1I-2&: July 2-4tc.


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\. PAGE' FOUR' THE'FLAGLER TRIBUNE, 'BUNNELL,, FLORIDA .'_ ?H, Thursday, July,'2, 1959

, '
i,/ 'Old- Hawaii i' 'State on January,: ,,18, '1777.. I;fusal to admit curiosity seekers. After the, Battle of NIU au"., a I I Learn, to excel and :you'll
,- 'j! !
'However, pureblooded Hawaiians new saying went around Hawaii: surely sell.
' '"On ,the 19th,'at sunrise" Captain from other islands are welcomed "'Never shoot a'Hawaiian three f
::' Maintains Hold, on'r Cook wrote in his:log "the "i
when jobs are available. The times-he will get mad at you.
r-. I
island first seen oahu) bore
main business is raising. cattle, Kanahele received the Purple RCA VICTOR
Aloof Niihau east several' leagues distant. '
sheep, and bees. Heart and the Medal of Merit LIVING COLOR TV
This being,directly windward,
\ Moment of Glory in a ceremony where the band "LOOK FOR TilE PICTURE
Old Hawaii lingers on- the
: which prevented our getting near IX THE WINDOW" .
island of Niihau,;one of"the least it, 1 stood for the other (Kauai, Niihau's quiet was shattered played a new 'song, "TheyCouldn't Southern Radio, & Television
Niihau Nohow.
i; known regionS the'50th State which we could reach; and not once in World War II when a Take 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001
'" of the Union. long after, discovered a third Japanese plane crashlanded.The .

i t:, Called "The Mystery Island" island Niihau), in the direction pilot used the plane's machine 'I EXOTIC(?)' FOODS vwwwyv

' Niihau is so isolated that al. I of west-northwest/.. ", guns to terrorize the resi' Tribes along Africa's Lake Ky- i 0. F. ALFORD

most the whole, world ,knew of 4 dents. In a scuffle, he shot a oga just north of the Equator ,
On Niihau, for a load of, Registered
' of P arlli rbor'be- yams
the bombing Hawaiian named Benjamin Kan- eat fat roasted locusts. They also
fore Niihau less than 150 miles and salt the Cook expeditiontraded' ahele three times. Despite his I press dried gnats in to cakes. Real Estate 'I!
a ram goat and two ewes,
f; away. Carrier, pigeons bear wounds, Kanahele seized the Termmites are' another favorite
a boar and sow pig, and, melon, BunnelL Florida
t messages, including election re- aviator and broke, his skull., food. ............ .-. ......... ....
h'.. turns, between Niihau, ,and the pumpkin, and onion seeds. ., .r.I ..:... .......,...

outside world. The 'outside world again In- -

., ; ,The 72-square.mlIe*island has truded, on: Ntihau's history in '

1"_ ho; 'dogs' no movies no courts 1864.. King Kamehameha IV I AR ABUSIIESS'DIRECTORY I 'I I

. and no police. Until World War sold the island and large, area I

;ir ,II,, there was not ,even a radio of Kauai'to a Scottish family. .
,. .
:;, on the island: ; Instead Niihau Their descendants still own -

has preserved the? proud heritage Niihau.: AUTO BODYPAOINTL& MILLAND ,HOTEL BAR FURNITURE ., ',.i'REED'S'

,.It of, old 'Hawaii. Its-200: or' The Scots sought to make Come, And Visit r

f. so pure-blooded'Hawaiians,speak their Hawaiian hOme a, bit of BODY SHOP AL AND ELLIEAT
,, for the old They dressed Discount
t : the old language, largely country. Complete Collision Service THEIR NEW BAR
gotten elsewhere' in the 'archi. for dinner and went to bed with 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE "You'll Meet ,Your'Friends Here" UP TO 50%' DISCOUNTOn

1\> pelago. candles. Family prayers were Body &: Fender Work Furniture and'Appliances-
, Painting:, Matching. Free EstimatesU. FLAGLER BEACH New and Used
Arrives. said' Every effort was
Cook daily.
" Cpicdn 1 Se. OF* BUNNELL
Seventh in size of' the main made. to inculcate' in their employees Days ID 7.3372-Nlte ID 7-3267 Flagler Beach's Cosiest Bar 1100 Flomlch Are.-Holly Hill

k :Hawaiian;group, Niihau lies 17.' the best- Scottish moral- AUTO ES RVICEMcDANIEL'S FLOOR COVERING .
southwest of the BEERS WINES )
miles : larger, ity.The
, island of Kauai, the National family still maintains a "Come.As You Are" Tilecraft Company"LET

, Georgaphic: Society says. Both benign but strict, watch over Service Station
\,; were discovered by' Captain Nlihau's residents. Life, centersin HECKMAN'S BAR US FLOOR YOU"

I t'' ,'James Cook whose two ships the church. Old"Hawaiian STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS AlA FLAGLER BEACH Armstrong & Kentile

r :hove in'sight 'Of the future 50th customs are.protected by the reAMERICANA Tires-Batteries-MInor Repairs Sold and Installed
All Work Guaranteed
Bunnell ID 7-7119
Ormond Beach OR 7.3181
. Things To:Sec
Biddle Gulf' Service WICKLINE, GARDEN SHOP, ,

;. Muster Day At Old .SfurbridgeDrums GASOILLUBRICATIONGULF Building Supplies Gray's Garden Center,

.. I TIRES &: BATTERIESOpen CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS Headquarter for Gardening Need
' STEEL Ceramics, Gifts. Dry Arrangement
I 7'' A.M.-10 P.M. -7 Days Materials
: Flagler' Beach ,-, HE 9-2254 Annuals Shrubbery .'Fertilizers
I State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190
I ...
," II Colonial 'Service. Station CLEANERS 147 Tomoka Avenue ORMOND-Ph. OR 7-0512

( ] MOTOR TUNE-UP Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.
; SERVICEOpen' .
/ HIWAY, 'I BUNNELL Dally 8-5:30 Agricultural, &Industrial EquipmentSTEEL
f-' .I, :: Saturday 8 6:30 '
,.. 'EE A Hall's .Atlantic Station Phone ID 7-3188 Bars & Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled
....' 115 N. St. Black&Galvanized Pipe& Fittings
0; Bay Bunnell
t 5" Jack Hall Proprietor LAWN MOWER REPAIRS

[ GASOILSLUBRICATION.TiresBatteriesAccessories. CONCRETE PRODUCTS DEEM RD. Phone I*' 73143

j"t" :, Village Hardware Center
BUNNELL. Tel. ID 7-3652

CL 3-8113 Match and' mix any color
J J. L. Presswood Garage
Builder's Kitchenware
Supplies -
-. l I General Repairing-Road Service I -
Tire..:Tubes A Accessories Concrete, Inc. AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420

,,' i Visit Our Grocery Department "
f' '1 Drums roll and fifes play at' the annual Muster Day in early June For Frozen Cubed Foods lee and. Staples DRUG STORES PAINT STOREJERRY'S

';' at Old Sturbridge Village. Mass, when ancient, and honorable mill- HE' 9-2139 FLAGLER BEACH I MART

tart commands bring to life an old time muster at New England's Anderson Drug Sore PAINT

t.. center of living history.. Sullivan's Gulf' Service HANNA & VEL-VON PAINT
. .
x -. Prescriptions One Coat Plastic Finish
;: Muster Day at Old Sturbridge 'length empire gowns and country GULF Side Room ,Supplies Stops Masonry Dampness

;. re-creates the traditional event homespun shirts worn by the, GASOILSLUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSORIES Sundries Paint Sundries
, in the late 18th and 19th centuries hosts hostesses, and demonstrating I Beach Information
29 W. Granada-Ormond Beach
t' when ,militiamen assembled on craftsmen who staff the Village's "Specializing In Service and BUNNELL'
Clean Rest Rooms"In Ph. 'OR 7.0761
village greens throughout New 36 exhibition buildings.' .
it. The Heart of Flagler Beach
England to answer,an annual roll Pausing briefly in their work to Moody's PharmacyFlagler R. MOODY'

r;" call Their women and children watch the Muster Day festivitieswill AUTO REPAIRS / County's Corner brug Store PAINTING BYContractHouiBig
rf/' joined them-the populace came be'' the Village Potter the '
from miles around for the most Miller, the Printer the Blacksmith -: ,Shield's Service Station PRESCRIPTIONS ; or Small

' : ... festive'' event' of, the ;year. There 'the Frugal'Housewife; the Chester McK nzie.;Mechanic DRUGS-SUNDRIES ID 7-3240 Bunnell, Florida.
s was plenty of cider and hard gingerbread Spinners and Weavers Candle- FoUNTAIN'SERVICE'
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1 ; JUNE FAMILY NIGHT .x 1 I Mr., and, Mrs. Otis Hunter and 1 I I Mr. and Mrs. Brady Wads- S
PROGRAM' AT'METHODIST, son, Rocky, and Mrs. Jessie 'worth and children of Jesiip, Ga.,
CHURCH SUNDAY,NIGHT Muzyka have returned to ,their I spent the past weekend here-
The June Family Night Pro homes here after a vacation c* 'visiting with relatives. They were
week in North Carolina house guests of Mrs. Daisy Buck
gram will be held at the Methodist a spent I '
Z OCALJS -' Church"Sunday evening, ::and Tennessee.- ;les. J' .

July 5?, at '7:30. |I -f
J Included on the program will |
I be singing of old familiar I I
MRS TUCKER HONORED, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I hymns, a.fllJ1), :"Bible on the i '. II
ON HER BIRTHDAY I w.M.U. TO MEET ,FOR Bable"? as a portrayal of a I '

,ANNIVERSARYMrs. I BUSINESS AND PROGRAM.The : I family devotion, refreshments ,

A. F. Tucker of Bunnell W M.U. of the First and ,fellowship. ...
was honored guest at .a.>birth. I Baptist Church will hold 'an ex- I There will be a' nursery for ,. -.t .

day. dinner and family reunion ecutive business and program small children. i_. ,' ,
at the home, of .her son and meeting Tuesday, July 7, at 3:30 All members and friends of
,daughter in law. Mr. and Mrs. at the Church. the church are invited to come I j
Gilbert Tucker in Cocoa last The Minnie Brown- Circle will and bring your family and
Sunday. be in( charge of. the program, friends, it was said. I
As an added feature of the and all ladies of the Church are The family night committee t t

day, the group were treated to ,cordially invited to attend. includes Mrs. George Clegg, Mrs. .
. 'a fish fry with the fish :being There,, will also.be''' a quarterly i W. W. Deen, Mrs. M. B. Mc-

,4 caught by Mrs: Tucker on her I meeting and annual Youth Ral- [Daniel, and Mrs. W. E. Knight.
son's ranch at Cocoa. :ley of the St. Johns River Association I

Members.of the.family includ W M.U. at Hillcrest Bap-1 i Mrs. George ,Biddle has re .H : .
t, ed from Bunnell; Mr. and .Mrs.' flit Church, Palatka ,on turned to her home on Church

.' Leslie Tucker and family Mr.. at, 10 a. m. The ;program will i St., after some time in the
f' and Mrs. Alfred Tucker and be arranged by Mrs. DeWolfe, I hospital for medical 10.1

;family, Mr. and .Mrs. Marvin Y.W.A. director, and Mrs. Sheffield I 1 I I --- I II t

I 1 Tucker and family, Mr. and 'Mrs. G.A. director. I I Mr. and Mrs., Jimmy Kelley I
!, .Cecil Tucker and family of Fort Everyone is to take their sand. I have had as their house guests

Christmas.. ,1 wishes, and those planning to for ,several days Mr. Kelley's I NO CROWDING Smaller pigs won't get squeezed out
J f Among those present :were' 13 attend may contact.Mrs. Howard I r parents, ,Mr. and Mrs. J. J. .Kel when hog troughs are fashioned with wooden partitions as shown- ;
grandchildren :and three great.-: Wray for transportation arrange; ley, Sr., of Nashville, Tenn. above.' Zigzag partitions are spaced about 18 Inches apart.. :

grandchildren, of Mrs. Tucker. ments. I'I'I John McIntosh 'has visited in i iI 1 _NOT SINGING FOR- JOY_ I.-..=-..-- . ._._. . .' .. -..-
i OFFICIAL BOARD Mr. and Mrs. Willard Johnson I 1 I Dairen Ga.:, with, his brother ,in i Male birds do not sing just FRED A. FRUITS '
t MEETS AT CHURCH and family of Miami are spend law and.sister for the past :week I for 'the joy of singing, but to I
WEDNESDAY NIGHT 'ing their vacation at thefr cottage attract mates and announce JEWELER -
CARD OF THANKSI their property'rights. The
in Astor. They spent Saturday cardiIAMOHDSWATCHES
The official board of the First would like to thank all my I
nal is one of the comparatively
visiting friends in '
Methodist Church of Bunnell met Bunnell friends for the flowers cards REPAIRINGa
at the Church Wednesday evening i and also her brother and sister and Visits during my stay, ,in I. species whose females sing. .'.."' ........ .,........,...... .............,../ '/'
at 8 o'clock. Invited'to at- I Iin I law, Mr and Mrs. Bernice the Hospital. Your thoughtfullness -- -

tend were all members or.the Jones. is greatly appreciated. BURSITIS1..
a common and painful disorder. Bursa are small
Mrs. Johnson is the former
official board and' members of ;
John Rice.. pockets lined by delicate tisane lying near the movable;] joint
the Church.- Miss Bessie Jones of Bunnell, (shoulder, knee, etc.). Inflammation results la an accumulation
This was the first meeting of and was the daughter of the '. CARD OF THANKSTo of fluid In the banal cavity. Results Is pain walea frequently
the board since' arrival of the late ;Mr. and' Mrs. Knox Jones. Dr. Canakaris and his Staff, becomes' unbearable when the limb la moved. .In most eases,
we can eliminate the painful symptom of this, discouraging
take this method of thank. ;
new pastor, Rev. W..L. Spicer; Jr. we
; disease; and restore the joint to useful function., :
John Rice has returned to his ing you for'the wonderful care } .

Mrs. J. D. Barber of Bunnell; I I home after receiving medical received by our son Jody duringhis DR. DONALD MARQIETTE ,
Mrs. J. H. McKnight, Jr. and son treatment at the local hospital stay in the hospital. It. was ,
Buzzy of Beach several days. deeply ,appreciated. '
Flagler accompanied Chiripricftr'MONDAY. / ;
Mr.* and:f.Mrs. ,Carlisle I I ,_ Joe and Betty White.. .; t ;,... -:- -,.-.. '
Byrd of Seville on a tour down Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carnahan WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY- 4:30 TO 9 P.M.
the west coast of, Florida and and children have returned to I RICK BUIf.DING-BAY ST. AND MOODY BOULEVARD 1 1S i
to Miami last week. While in I I their .home in Vienna, Ohio, after > this week's < _
spending some time herewith
r Miami"they visited with Mr. and I
: Mrs. Pete. Barber. They also I I their aunt and uncle, Mr. patterns...

; went .to ,Key West for a day's]I,l and Mrs. J. J. Folk;: in Bunnell. arauonrt> ( visit. i
if .* i i Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Deen and :
'! children, Elaine and Suellen, '
Mrs. J. C. Hall left last week 1pA !
have .returned from visit to
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for a visit with relatives in I.
i Points of interest in the East Market .
Cleveland. Cambridge sand other I
Including' New 'York City, Ro
I points in Ohio. She expects to
'L_ be gone''! about!: a month. chester, N. Y.,. New England I I '
I states, Canada and Detroit, Your Red & White Store .
:Mrs. Ethel Lord left during Michigan. While they were in .
the weekend for a visit of two Rochester, N. Y., they visitedMr. I j I 119N. BAY.St. Phone ID.7-3496

f weeks "Chattanooga, Tenn., and Mrs. Sammie May and
:with relatives and friends. family.. !P\c\
i I Sunldst. 6 or.LEMONADE.

c 10 cans 10

Birdseye-9 oz. ." ..

I;;: 'ADS r I! I ,, CUT GREEN BEANS .!,,,t" ;,R; 2ICo. .

l. ...._ under this keadlns are 2 cents per word each Insertion, Birdseye 10 ox. .
I 'U eenta la mlnlmunv charge. I II I.I.P'l -

SEWING-Are you ,difficult 'to I I FOR SALE-20 acres close (2% 'BABY LIMAS 19e
fit? Need dress altering? ,Fine miles) just off highway 100-
sewing done. Call HE '9.2338, high and dry $75.00 per acre. t ; Winter Garden 8 oz. BEEF CHICKEN or TURKEY ,

I 3rd & Central, Flagler Beach. I R.E. Tract 2,! Block 1. Sec. 13, PIES 9 '. 19 "
7-22tcI Town. 12 South, ,Range 29 East. t
I I I!J. E. 'Molloy, 100 Tremont St.,
1 SALE -New 2 bedroom home .
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Chattanooga Tenn. 7.2.2tc 1471lo.
+ ,Ished home on Canal, built-in o Sun Span.. ..' .
i. G. E. kitchen, wood_ floors, land. OPPORTUNITYTo ICBCKEAM S } 59C
scaped, 29th & Flagler, Flagler have In I l/j GaL .
money your pocket -
: Beach. John Knasko, 7.2.2tp for the children's expensesin '
the fall. Represent AVON 1
COSMETICS. For information Red & White '
WANTED Women for Customer'service
write Box 246.'Lockhart. Florida .
", work Choose your own MAYONNAISE ": 49 '
hours. Commission basis Customer FOR SALE-14 foot Arts -crt aft Quart -

,I, leads furnished. No age boat.. w/trailer, controls and 40 ,: .,.... },
.llmlt.'PHONE OR 7-0724, Ormond HP Scott-Atwater motor. Must MEAT. DEPARTMENT, 'to. '

Beach. 6-6-25-2tp sell at once, perfect for skiing. I Swift 'PremIum SMOKED. ; --z ''- ; ,
$500.00. Herbert Bradley, Phone
,'. FOR SALE-on water front lot ID 7-3741, Bunnell. 72.itpjOHN8T01fs DNa, ,,,,,.,. No.- 471-CoCttfo HAMS po 49C t '. j
new bedroom house on. Lan- tummor. topper that oro. fat to .*whut Whole- or Hall T ..,
; tana'Street in Venice Park, 'two right for warm summer do,.. "t ;0 r .., -<
full baths Ho. 1471 with mOTO-GUIDe I. to Armour' Star o. .14 uJa' ,
i large living room, '
: sin 10, 1 2f 14 16, 18,20. Sin 12. 32fcurf / '; J
dinette, kitchen with' GE built FLAGLER*'BEACH REALTY CO, halHr. 0afft,.W lop, Vfranfc, HENTUBEEZSSwjft r 5; tb3.9 { ,
in equipment and wall refrigerator wrpfic ,......., 1Vt yards.N..d.werk ; ,
Florida room with"fireplace, LOTS, HOME$, OCEAN FRONT, p."*. Ho. 204-W..r '' I Premium ."4' ,> :,;., '
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2.car garage, central:heat Terrn ,. -_ ,'
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Robert.L. Danner, builder.',Phone *..uf ,.. 294'hot crodb od' FRANKS tCello % /
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HE 9'2112.t_ .: : h ,4._=23UtI '.tlri .;!!!I.MS4s 181OIL 5- Is*! Hos for cfacW;; ; j. 5
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.-- ,- ,- '= Thursday July 2, 1959 :. I

Registration Law I I Revels, Named I --- -- --- ::I''

For Boat Is Official :

Florida has become the first Presiding Judge Call On'Us 1

state have boat
to a registrationact
At a, conference the Circuit
officially approved by the I Judges of the ,Seventh Circuit '. .:;C
U.S. Coast Guard. The .
new law ,. '
today at the Halifax Law Cen- *
affecting almost every boat o.wn'l ter in Holly Hill, Judge P. B. *IL : % :

er, was accepted last Revels became' presiding judge ; ,

morning in Washington, D.C. I!of the circuit for a, term of two .

"There have been 18 states .to 'years, beginning, as of July 1. When ?,.;;....,...

adopt boat registration' and safe He was named presiding judgeas |' '
ty acts," said Ernest Mitts,'director .
authorized by'court rule l '
A. S. (Syd) HerIong of the State Board of Conservation *:; ,
in which
adopted ,1957, ,provides
Congressman lath Distrlo "though Florida was that the office'of
presiding judge
the last of them to enact bill I.
shall rotate every two years, and
it is the first state to secure You Need
The House has just passed no judge can'succeed himself. :
Coast Guard approval. I
what, to my mind, is almost important Judge Revels succeeds Judge I
piece of legislationHR3the Mitts said when the federal Geo. Wm. Jackson who has ,
"States' Rights" Bill. enacted bill calling
government a served
as presiding judge for the
for most boats ,to, be registered ,
HR 3 is carefully drawn bill past two years.
it ,allowed each state to ;
designed to maintain the vigor, Judge Revels told The Tribune '
draw up a. program and administer
vitality, integrity and authorityof it with the prior approvalof today that as presiding Judge -I
State Governments, as opposed the Coast, Gaurd. a plan will be inaugurated to organize GOODPrinting .
to the theory of the self; the work of the ,circuit
styled liberals, that self-govern The Conservation Department so as to synchroriize the activities -
ment atthe state and local levelsis expects to have application forms of all judges and imake the ,
:obsolete and that all problems and certificates of registration application of rules of procedureas
.' should be dealt with on a the hands of the county tax collector '' uniform as practicable.

national level. .'by July 20.' The CoastGuard Each circuit judge is respons-
will turn over registration ible for the trial of cases assigned :
UR 3 is a' long, and, I think,
to the state on that date. to him, based upon the facts ,
an important step away from
When boat owners apply for and law of the case, but the
the concentration of governmental
registration certificates from taxi method'and mechanics of the
power at Washington. I
collectors, they will jreceive instructions I operation of the court and the
'It tells the Supreme, Court, and
for numbering their application of the rules should .
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not a minute too ,soon, that it
: vessels, transfer .of ownership, be used and 'applied by the .
is the Congress, and not the Judiciary
and safety rules. judges as nearly as possible in I
to which the Constitution -
---I the same fashion and ?
has given power to legis '" I I uniformly. .
late. the decisions that have been I, Judge Revels] also said 'that OFFICE FORMS "

weakening the foundations on 1 I with proper, planning and full
lt'-may well be asked why it which this Nation ,was built. Its cooperation by the four judges

'Is necessary for Congress itselfto recent sociological decisions great' improvements and progress ENVELOPESINVOICES .
reaffirm its power' to legis have hit at these,, very foundations 'can be made in the coordi
;late.: .It was necessary, because and the Court needs to be nation of the judicial processes .

the,Supreme Court, in recent decisions brought up )short before more in the interest of justice and the '
"I ; has taken the contrary damage is done. convenience of all those with
view and, has invaded and Of course, 'the bill must also business' before the court
usurped Congress' power to legis pass the Senate 0 and be signedby He also said that.plans are LETTER HEADS

late. It was necessary too, to the President to become law.It being 'formulated for a closer
Keep, the Court from further invasion was passed by the House at liaison between the circuit

and usurpation' of the the previous session of Congressbut I I judges and the various bar associations BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS ...
. power of Congress. to legislate. was defeated by the slim of the circuit; that the I *

It was 'necessary to pass HR 3 margin of one vote in the Sen circuit judges will meet in regular .
: in order to.tell the Supreme ate. This I hope the Senate will conferences, probably once,a ,
" / Court that it shall not read into go along with the House on this month, for the purpose of transacting
:an Act of Congress an intent very vital legislation.Both I any and all business pertaining .
that is neither to the functions and affairs BILL HEADS .
,4 expressed nor apparent Florida Senators have indicated .
and finally, it was necessary to me that they are of the 'court, ,and to plan '

for the Congress to re: strongly, in favor of HR 3, and for the more effective and ex ..

" mind the other branches of the will vote for. it when it comes. peditious'operation of the court. 'RULED. FORMS' .
; government that it not the I I -----
was up in the Senate.It i
: Federal Governmenrthat created is regretable that we should I I TICKETS
. the States but rather the States II and TAGS
. have to remind: the Supreme I I '. ,..
which created the Federal Government Court that its .,field is

tion and not adJudica-1 IVE 60T .

r Simply, the Congress, in passing that Congress does k OBLEMI
,;. HR 3, would be telling the for it to invade the field of the I.I 't CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS :

. Federal courts, including the Supreme State .courts unless Congress expressly
j' Court,. not to invade the states, in legislation, r'J J "

; jurisdiction of theState ,courts that it should, but the Court, by TRY ANEW .
w unless the Congress specifically its own decision_ brought it on I ,'.: PAPER
r-' told .them to do so. itself. .
l- I HR 3 I ,
supported vigorously Thomas Jefferson foresaw the I
': because I believe the time has possibility 'of' this happeningwhen I ft.AD. -. ,
,; a come f6r the Congress to stop he wrote: "The States I I \
.'-- should'watchful to note every ."We Don't Do The Most

BUNNELL I material usurpation on their .
.t ,
r rights; to denounce them ,as I WHY
.. & A.M. I they occur in the most peremptory THE NEWSPAPER -.--. '
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terms. .
hdeets Pint, and Third Tuesday I
\ r I HR 3 is not a sectional bill.
r:.; ''Dean: M. Peterson W. M. i It is designed reaffirnTthe / .
<. JOHN A. CLEGG. Secy. ,i sovereignty: of all the States.. ;

But-We'Do Some of the Best ,

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