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 9, 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: UF00079914:00133
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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Blonde Wins Title of .

I Miss Florida East Coast

Miss Beverly Cadman 17 year

old New Smyrna Beach blonde

Jlet'l Make 3tQete. beauty, was first choice of the

judges for the title of Miss Flor

dJlatle", : e ida East Coast at the beauty

contest at Flagler Beach duringthe

/aq J/u" July fourth celebration.The .
First Baptist Church /
... Phillips first runnerup was Miss
Pricilla Motes, an auburn haired
Winning t Streak This newspaper extends congratulations 17 year old miss from Palatka.
Dedication 'Service Is to everybody who
I She.already holds titles of Miss
helped stage probably the best
In Play Off attended July Fourth Celebrationin Palatka and Miss Putnam Countty. -

.. the .. She is the daughter of Mr.
-Set For This Sunday county's history. Flagler
The Phillips 66 team' extended Beach and Flagler County received and Mrs. Sidney J.. Motes of Pa.

their winning streak"to, 16 'games more favorable publicity latka. '

"The First Baptist Church of I beating Harris Appliance '50. from it than from any other The second runnerup was an-

'Bunnell extends to you an invitation MOSQUITO BOARDI j Sammy Bertha who pitched the I, project we can think of at themoment other New Smyrna Beach beauty,

I to join with in a "Serviceof WARNS PARENTS I I one hitter walked 13. Miss Nancy Lynn Jones a brun
It is The Miss
hoped Florida ette
Dedication" Rev. Thomas M. Lamar Harris pitched a.nice daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
East Coast
Contest will
Tinner, pastor, said "to dedicate I I game and had good support .be made an annual event. It Jones of New Smyrna.
to the service of God its new, East Flagler .Mosquito from his teammates in the can be enlarged. It can be the of the three were awarded
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sanctuary at the 11 o'clock wor Control Board of Commissionersrequests clutches. In the second game means of getting a lot, more trophies and merchandise gifts.A .

ship hour Sunday, July 12,"1959. the parents of all, children I I which'' was a "slugfest" with the favorable publicity. Togetherwith total, of 15 girls competed

Dr. :E. Whitford Ware now to keep them from following Sheffield brothers,"J.'I. and Cliff\ other features of,entertain each of whom could have won

teaching New Testament Historyin the-fogging machines, when fogging who had'nine'hits between them ment, through cooperation of all in a beauty contest with less

the Baptist Bible Institute at in Flagler eBach Lyman beat the Flagler- Beach Fire residents of the county the celebration competition. The three judges-
be made into had difficult
Graceville, was pastor from June i Gage said today. Dept., 1911. Johnny Mercer hada can something a time decidingon
which the
state-and outside

the final
; 1953 to June, 1958, and construction 'This is a very dangerous practice bad first inning .for ,the ,Bun- of' the state-will take three.

.. !L :.. was begun under his leader.. i and if continued someone nell Restaurant. Boys, settled notice.. The contest was staged by
In Sam MalDhu___,. __re_ Aeennlele..__.............. !Un ,,.1It.
L .. ship 1956. Dr. Ware, will is apt beJfnJured Mr. Gage down and pitched ja good. ball A. LUAU
: ,:, ,newspaper story coveringthe was conducted
.preach the .ded totySeri smoothly, .efficiently
n. continued.' ter : I game celebration "together with
Rev. Thomas. M. Pinner who The same teams will meet 1 pictures) went' out to 51 FlorIda and with good natured

began his pastorate in eptem- L Thursday night (tonight). papers. With the full cooperation I banter by Malphurs the master

her 1958, had the first service of Flagler County of ceremonies. He had a lot of

.; in this building on Easter Sun. Teen, PreTeenDanc TOP TEN HITTERS ,,t the towns, the civic organiza I cooperation from individualsfrom
'. tions and business the Flagler Beach and'
day, 'March 29, 1959. C. Sheffield 510J. people Bunnell
1 The suite of buildings which Draws I. Sheffield 500 annual Fourth;' of July celebration in conducting the contest.

include the educational plant could mean tremendous Another event of the day In-

S t kitchen annex, church offices, Higginbotham Wllson' ,487 473 amount ,of interest focused on cluded a "Fishathon" with a
Large area.
's and I prize going for: youngest fisherman
library sanctuary was erected -, Martell 466 If Sam Malphurs can go out-
I t within a nine-year period. Calvin Brock; oldest fisherman
Wall 437 operating shoestring
on a -corral -
i 1 The seating capacity of the sanc- Top Tune selected at the Teen G. Mercer 435 ..15 beautiful girls, severalof Mrs. Emma Blankenshipof
:, uary is 400. New furnishings Pre-Teeri: 'dance "'j'uesdayevening Metts J 433 whom were already success- Flagler' Beach' who is 76; most

;:: include an electric organ. at the Flagler Beach Pinner' 426' ful contestants in bigger con-, unsual fish Mrs. Elsie E. Pol-

A basket dinner wil Ibe served Womans Club was "All for the Uttlefield' 424 tests, and smoothly* stage this hill Jacksonville (flying fish);

after the dedication to which all LoVe of A Girl". The tune was I .. past beauty contest he can doa most fish Sonny Egje, string of

fromer pastors ,former members selected by theiee, who attendedthe I still bigger better and job with I shell crackers from Lehigh Lake;

'J and friends are cordially,invited two dances, Mrs. Mickey'. resulting benefit to all of,Flag smallest fish, Jackie Eckland of

'. Rev.Pinner said..He added "How (Massie said today. ;A., T. Stephens ler One County.of the major drawbacksin Gainesville; and largest fish

... lovely are thy laborers, 0 Lord The King and Queen drawnfor this county always has beena Cecil -Westbrook a four pound

of Hosts. My soul longeth yea, the Pre-Teen dance next IDies lack of cohesiveness among its and "eight ounce sheepshead. .

even fainteth, for the courts of Tuesday evening were Jimmy Suddenly people; lack of average cooperation The weather even cooperated.The .

the Lord. My heart and my McNab and Sara Jane McKenzie. in promoting worthwhile contest was conducted in

flesh cry out unto the living King and Queen for the Teen 'Saturday P. M. projects, and a weak attitude bright and warm sunshine the

God. Blessed are they that Dance was Jim Cook and Sharon regarding civic pride. Perhapswe recurrent rains of the past weeks

dwell in thy house; they will be Cowart. can use the July Fourth held off for the show but,, came

still praising' thee. Psalm 84; Mrs. Massie said a total of Albert T. Stephens of Flagler Celebration to help overcome later to partly spoil the fire-
Beach died late Saturday after our petty bickerings and*eliminate
""t -1.2,4. )ASV,) thirty-five top records have been works display shot from the
A' noon from a heart attack at the this drawback. Let's try
t ocean pier
: added to the record collection shortly after dark.It .
local hospital. 'He suffered the anyway.
:L. since the Tuesday night dances appeared to this reporter
attack at his home in
i : have started. .Flagler that Flagler Beach had one of
Mr. Phelps. Dies 'Beach ,and admitted the Youth
was to Sponsor
The total.of; 735 have attended its biggest Fourth of July crowds
the five dances which have.been hospital where he died a short on record. And is also appeared
Sunday Morning time after. Center
... sponsored by the :.committee. Meeting that everybody thoroughly en-
Mrs Massie also said she I Mr. Stephens ,was 'a, resident is Joyed the day.
Meeting called for
Clifford K. Phelps of Grand'Haven of Flagler Beach where he was Monday
would like to express the '
appreciation i I I night,. July* 13, ?:30 at the Boy
Michigan died early, an electrical contractor. He was
of the committee to i Lees
Scout Building 'In Flagler Beach Sister Dies
Sunday morning in the local the merchants and individuals I a Spanish-American War 'vet ,
for the purpose of discussingplansfor
:'. hospital. who have contributed to the, eran. He came to Flagler county
He had suffered, a heart attack prizes which have been given at r 11 years' ago. from Indian ler Beach.a youth center for Flag At Daughter's Home

t" while .vacationing in Flor. apolis. He was 76 years, of age.
the dances.
o While this is being sponsored Mrs. Susie Rodgers 84, of Olds- '
ida and was admitted to the local I Survivors include his "
stepmother by 'the newly organized Metho mar' and a sister of Grady Lee
hospital where he receivedmedical Mrs. Allie of Palatka' ; I(dist Men's Club of Flagler Beach, of Flagler Beach died at the ,
.treatment for five weeks. Carl Phelps of Saginaw, Mich.. three daughters, Mrs. Gloria jvh-o home of her, grand I
has children daughter
everyone or ,
He was discharged from the hospital Also surviving are two grand d Hart Mrs. '
Indianapolis; Georgi-
is interested in the youth of our Mrs. Beatrice Wells in Oldsmar.
about two weeks ago an children. DeSiesta Mrs: Ethel
; I, anna .and county is urged, to be present Survivors include one son,
convalescing at 903 EastLambert will
was Funeral services be held
Sapp of Jacksonville; one son,
for this meting, Lyman Gage one daughter Mrs Mrytle Bell.
He'suffered another Friday morning from St. Patrick Louis of San Diego Calif.; two said today. of 'Clearwater; one:brother Gra-
attack about 1 o'clock Sunday Catholic Church in Grand Haven half-sisters Helen Wycoff Pa .
!dy Lee of .Flagler .Beach; three
morning and died a short time Interment will follow at Lake
latka and Mrs. Annie Haley o
': I sisters Mrs. Franny Harris and
f f. .'.:- after being admitted to the hospitaL Forest'Cemetery' in that 'city. I Indian Rocks .Fla.; one half.broth fF.F.A..BOYS.ARE.: .JO Mrs. Ira Carter ofTallahassee,

... Craig Funeral'' Home of Bunnellwas r. Glenn of East Palatka. and Mrs. J. R. Hamilton of Clear-
*.. Mr.Phelps was.a Quality Tool] in charge of local arrange Funeral services were held I LEAVE SUNDAY FOR
water. Also surviving nine
? inspector by trade and was retired ments. > CAMP OLEANA are
'; Tuesday .afternoon at the ,Peniel grandchildren and ,15 great.
;! He''' was''a 'member of the ; Baptist Church.w1th: Rev.. John Future Farmer of Americaboys grandchildren. .

i Catholic Church and was 66 I Over-four.ouf of every 10 for !I I Strickland officiating. Burial' leaving Sunday July 12th, Funeral services will be held

t years of age. '. est fires In Florida are deliberately followed in Riverside Memorial to' attend ,the Forestry Camp atCfmp' today in Clearwater. Interment .
s He Is''survived by his wife; I Ir I set.
Park in Jacksonvill
Cemetery Oleana
I include David will be In Albany, Georgia with
Margaret of Grand Haven; one J MM H W M MM M M .0 Masters Funeral Home of Pa Lewis Herschel Simpson, anDean d Moss Funeral Home' of Clearwater -

f son, Leonard Phelps of Fernan- ; Five quarts of milk .are.neededto latka was in- charge of Peterson. They will spenda In charge of

diva Beach Florida,; one brother, I make one pound-of cheese. melJ. arrange-I I week there. ments. arrange ..
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i I.' Guests at, the Gene Autrey'slast Spending last, week with Mr. Arnold Hopkins from Daytona

; week were Mr. and Mrs. Holt and Mrs.' Frank Brede were her Beach spent Sunday,, 'in his place.
U'laaler A5eachC Chapman with their family, Mr. ,sister and brother in law, Mr. here.
5" ; ; and Mrs. Robert Whitehead from and Mrs. Al Jan Petro from Pitts-

,Y .; Macon, Ga. They were accom- burg, Pa. who,will be remembered I Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hall from
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." l ,LUNA BABBITT panied on their trip here by the as former residents here. Jacksonville are spending their

Telephone BEmlock 9.2098 mother of the two women, Mrs. vacation in their home.here:

Mary Russell, and also Miss Ann Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Mor

t: Mr. Romiile I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bell from Stroheckner, friend of ,the Chapman gan from South Bend, Ind., arrived Mr. and Mis. Ernest Buteux,

: : |'''Jacksonville spent the weekend. girl. They spent several on Sunday evening to be former residents now living in

r Father Of Mrs.Henderson here with her mother and step- I days here while enjoying a house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Interlachen, are spending this
father ,Mr. and Mrs. George
sightseeing. trip through the William Babbitt and family. month here. ;

f f: Dies Miles Moody. state. They were former' neighbors in i

Indiana and are accompanied by Mr.. and Mrs. John Dostal and t

' L. S. Romine, father of_Mrs. Mr. and 'Mrs. Marshall Crewsare Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bordner have their daughter, Collenn, son Han- two daughters left here Sunday,.

Robert Henderson of Flagler parents of a son born Sun- 1 1 been entertaining as house- dy, and a.friend;Miss Joyce Mer- I returning to Cleveland, Ohio, at-
: Beach died at his home in Tus- day at 5:30 A. M. in the ,Glen- guests her brother and sister in rill.. |ter spending three. weeks vacation -

r' cola, 111., on July first after an dale Hospital, in Palatka. His law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Heise1" I here.

; illness of several weeks dura weight was six pounds twelve I from Long Beach, Calif. Mrs. and Mrs. Lester Stone and

l': : tion. ounces. He was named Mar- Heise is connected with the National son Larry, from Seville, ,are (More on page .6)

f S He ,has spent the winters herewith shall Herman, Jr. Mrs. Crewsis Story League and is well spending a month's vacation

c c... his son in law and daughter. the former Miss Joyce Cody. I known at ,her home: for enter- here.
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. He became ill during his Chaffinch taining children by story telling. t

visit here last spring, and .returned Mrs. Gladine entertained Mr. and Mrs. Harold Edson arrived TV BobSERVIGE'

:' to his home on March 15.' on Monday at her home Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Tucker Monday from Eau Gallic

He was 79 years of age. here, her brother and sister in and family from Haw Creek.have to spend a week in the home 'of

,,' Funeral services were held law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred'Slaugh- been staying here' at the beach her father, Harry Dickenson.

last Saturday from the Cart- ter, who were accompanied here with Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Dur- I all makes

; wright Methodist Church of Tus- from Jacksonville'Beach by their rance and daughter Rebecca. Mrs. Suzanne Baldwin from

": cola and interment. followed in daughter, Mrs. Robert, McClure Orlando has been spending three Sales Tubes and
.., that, City. + and her son Bobby.Mr. Mrs. Deolia Ervine from Day-:I weeks here at the home of herparents Installation
Suvivors include three daughters tona Beach visited here Thursday -: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lehr.
, Robert of and Mrs. Grover West of -
; Mrs: Henderson
with Thelma
Mrs. Crotty. PHONE HE 9-2204
;J Flagler Beach, Mrs. E. V. Ken- Palatka are spending two weeks .

[.; nedy ot Angola, Ind.., ,and Mrs. vacation here in the.L. E. Woods FREE PAINT

t' W. A. Wrights of Evanston, HI., I cottage. They have with them Visitors during the last week I J
.1 with Mrs. Elsie Graham at her One extra gallon of your choice -
r one son, Ned Romine, of Tuscola. their daughters, Nadine and with each gallon 'you buy
Margaret,. and sons Jimmy and I beach home on AlA were her I 1 FOR

;. Lee. On Saturday, the Fourth, I niece, Sally Ann Graham, her Mary Carter, Paint Store
r. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smith from Al Flowers from Jacksonville SHELL FILL & SAND
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. I Ormond Beach .at Coquina Barn
. Hawthorne spent the weekend in Woods, came over from Palatka, 1 ,. Mr. 'and Mrs. Woqdie AlsoVe.tsrate ShoppingCenter DIRT CONTRACTSCALL
their home here. They had for accompanied by their cousins, Coleman and sons, Larry and
t guests on Saturday his sister; Rodney, Mr. (and Mrs. Jimmie
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Porter from I YOUR CLOSEST OUTLETFor ,
Mrs. Virginia Frazier from Day- Coleman of Seville. I
' Orangeburg, S. C. for the day. : Quality Furniture
tona Beach, and Mr., and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. R.; Bass and EMIL MISSINNEPhone
I "We're Out of the
';. Woodrow Smith, Jr., from Pa- Fred Schatz from Miami ,is daughter:, Faye, left Friday for Hight Rent District"CHRIS'S

latka. spending his vacation here at Thomasville,' Ga., where they FURNITURE HE 9-2094. :

the home of'his parents, Mr. and will spend a week with relatives FLAGLER BEACH -
1060 Rldrewood Ave. Holly Hill
Mrs Robert Schatz. and attend a family reunion. J
. Cletus Strauser, Jr., leftMon i

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entered a barbering school.
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spending a 'month here on 14th "j : ,.: ;1 : I

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serve arrange carrots in serVing than ever, Chevrolet gives you more the leading low-priced that's. un- this: two Chevrolet 6's.won their '. '
;' than any other'of the leading low-: modern in line. class. the ;
dish top with a mound of mistakably every famous Mobilgas Econ- i. ";
f.>, I cauliflower. Stick green beans priced three! More room to relax in, "In its price class," says POPULAR omy Run, got the best mileage of ;' '

into_ the cauliflower. Serve as for instance. A'sampling, of official SCIENCE magazine, "a new, highin any full-size car, 22.38 miles per-. ..: ,
a vegetable centerpiece to use dimensions reported to A.M.A.* daring styling. gallon-with Powerglide. .?;
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North Carolina and Ten- B1MINI DRAINAGE DISTRICT.' H. T. COOK.,
( Notice Is hereby given that a special Plaintiff
I Again in World War II meeting of the owners of land -vs-
situated In the Bimini Drainage EDITH VYN. also sometimes
achieved an enviable record
I District in Flagler Florida
County. known as EDITH VIN, and
I the German campaign. The is hereby called to 'be held in the CLARK B. FROST.
Commissioner's Roonr of the F, ag-
Defendants.IN .
I[ association president is ler County Courthouse. Bunnell
Florida on the 13th day of July. THE NAME OF THE STATE'OF
I II J.. Treherne of Atmore, A.. D. '1959. at 3 o'clock I).Y. for the FLORIDA TO:
t purpose of electing one member of. EDITH VYN. also sometimes.known
i the Board of Supervisors for the as EDITH VIN. and CLARK
I term of three years and to. attend B. FROST' whose place of residence -
I to such other business pertainingto is unknown to plaintiff. 'f"
living and if dead their unknown
the district that may come before -
I the meeting.At spouses heirs at law devisees,
: for The Flogler Tribune
such election each and every legatees, grantees creditors lien-
S&5QAYEAR acre of land in the said District ors. or any person claiming by
shall be entitled to one vote in per- through under or against the defendants V
son or by proxy in writing duly I Edith Vyn. also some-
-- times known as Edith yin deceased -
signed for each acre of land ownedby
THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized him in said District. Guardiansmay and Clark B. Frost deceased -
represent their wards. Execu- and against any and all
tors and administrators may represent persons (save and except the
Evlnrude Dealer the estates of deceased per- plaintiff herein) having or claim-
1 ACCESSORIES REPA.IRSDockage sons and private corporations may ing any right title or interest in*
and to the lands situate and being -
represented by their officers
I Storage Free 'Ramp duly authorized agents." In Flagler Beach. Flagler Coun-
WE FINANCE It is ordered that this notice be ty. Florida more particularly described -
published each 'week, for two con- as follows to-wit:
Ballough Rd Daytona secutive weeks in The Flagler Tribune All of Block Six (6). except
a newspaper published In the north 150 feet thereof in \
Flagler County. Florida. Gold Coast Subdivision Flag-

REFINANCE YOUR DEBTS Date of first publication July 2nd. ler Beach. Flagler County. ,
A. D. 1959. Florida according to a plat
With a Long .Term By'order of' Board of Supervisors thereof on file in the officeof -
| I R/W. ,DEEN. JR.."President. the Clerk of the Circuit
Attest: Court.of Flagler County.
FEDERAL LAND BANK O. F. ALFORD. Secretary., Florida in Plat Book 1. Page
July 2-9-2tc You.
: FARM LOAN are hereby required to tile-
j IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF and serve your answer to the Bill
of Complaint filed herein againstyou
R. W. BRYAN, IN CHANCERY NO.' 3761 in the above entitled cause on.or

Production Credit 'Assn. FRANK SORRE TIl'O._ before the 10th day of August.
A. D. 1959 H. T.' Cook. Esquire
'' Plaintiff, upon -
Wednesday10:00PALATEA plaintiffs attorney herein,.
vs. whose adddress Is Citizens Rank
FLORIDA LUCY SORRENTINO.Defendant. Building! Bunnell. Florida. The-
Flagler Tribune" is hereby designated -,
NOTICE TO DEFEND as the newspaper In which
f THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: this order shall be published oncea
Lucy Sorrentino week'for four consecutive weeks.
: 39 Spring Street HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A DE-
: Newark., New Jersey r-RKE PRO OONFESSO WILL BE"
; DragliningBulldozing' You are hereby notified that a ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR:
suit has* been filed against you in SUCH FAILURE. '
: the above entitled cause: and you The nature of this suit Isto
are hereby required to file your answer 'foreclose certain tax liens.
': I I with the Clerk of this Court I WITNESS my hand and seal at
I{ and to serve a'copy thereof upon 'Bunnell. .Flagler County Florida '
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney : this 2nd day of July. A. D. 1959.
Land whose name and address is: (Cour SeaU) RALPH E. HARBERT
Clearing Ray Selden Clerk Circuit Court

; Selden Building I Flakier County, Florida
800 Main Street I July 9-16-23-3o-Uc
: Daytona Beach. Florida -
GradingP. not later than July 31, A. D. 1959. i NOTICE. UNDER FICTITIOUS
If you fail to do so. decree pro I NAME LAW
confesso will be entered againstyou TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
I :
A., EDMONSON for the relief demanded in the Notice is hereby given that the

Phone IDlewood 7-3376 I bill said of suit complaint.being for The divorce.nature of undersigned 20953. Laws of pursuant Florida.to 1941 Chapter will

WITNESS my hand and seal of register with the Clerk of the Circuit -
said Court this 24th day of JuneA. Court. In and for Flagler Coun-
I. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF D. 1959. ty. Florida upon receipt of proofof
I COUNTY FLORIDA ,IN (Official RALPH Seal) E. HARBERT publication of this notice the
NO. 3571 fictitious name to-wit:
I Clerk of said Circuit. Court FLAGLER PIER RESTAURANT .

NATOLI.Plaintiff. July Z-9-16-23--Uc under which I am engaged at sell-
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vs. I ing food at Flagler Beach Florida,
| J. and that the undersigned Is the-
only person Interested in said buslf -
II THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: JEAN G. GELHAUS. f Dated, at Bunnell. Florida this'
Joseph' J,- Natoll Plaintiff 6th day of July. 1959. '
;; : 1232 4 3r:r.Street *::: vs. MARGARET GIVEN
Brooklyn.;: 'New, York I WILLIAM JOSEPH GELHAUS. I July 9-16-23-30--4tp
You are hereby notified that a. : Defendant. -- -
: has been filed against you In NOTICE TO DEFEND I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS-.
I above entitled cause; and you THE STATE OF FLORIDA.TO: NAME LAW
hereby required to file your an- William Joseph Gelhaus I TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
j with the Clerk x>f this Court. 75 Beach Way c/o City of Notice is hereby given that the
If"a to serve .a copy thereof upon Keansburg .Boat '. undersigned, pursuant to Chapter
J plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney Keansburg.'New .Jersey I 20953. Laws of Florida. 1941. will
name and address is: You are ,hereby notified that a register with the Clerk of the Circuit -
I Samuel V. Holcn suit has been filed against you in Court in and for Flagler Coun-
Highway 17 the the above entitled cause; and ty } P. O. Box 471 you ,are hereby required to file of publication of this notice;. the
East Palatka. Florida your answer with the Clerk of thi fictitious name to-wit:
later than July 27th A. D. 1959. Court and to serve a copy thereof BUNNELL CABINS
I If you fall to do so. decree pro upon the Plaintiff or plaintiffsattorney under which we 'are engaged in
will be. entered against whose name and address renting; cabins at Bunnell. Florida,
for the relief'demanded In the is: I and that the undersigned are the
I of. complaint The nature of '. W. Cecil Grant only persons Interested In said"
suit being: for divorce custody 407 business.
: % Main Street
support of minor child.
Daytona Beach. Floridanot Dated at Bunnell. ,Florida. this
WITNESS my hand and seal of later than August 3rd A. D. 3rd day of July 1959.
Court this 19th day of June 1959.If. C. A. RIDDKLL

D. 1953.Seal) RALPH ):. ,HARBERT confesso you ,fall will to do so. decree pro July 9-16-3-3G-4tc SUSIE RIDDELL
be entered againstyou
Clerk of said Circuit Court
25 & July .9-16--Uc for the relief demanded in the
bill of complaint. The nature of NOTICE
I' ----
said suit being for divorce. ELECTION OF THREE SUPERVISORS -
WITNESS my hand and seal of FOUR
NO. 3572 IN said Court this 30th day of JuneA. YEARS EACH FOR FLAGLER-
: I R. CALLWOOD. ( Seal) July 14, 1959
I Plaintiff RALPH E. HARBERT Pursuant *o the Soli Conservation -
vs. Clerk of said Circuit Court Act Chapter 58%. Florida Stat
CALLwbOD.Defendant.. July -9-16-23--4tc r utes of 1949 and. Chapter 28094 of
1953 notice Is hereby given of an
THE NOTICE STATE TO OF DEFEND IN THE COURT OF THE COLA election to be held on July 14. 1959
FLORIDA TO: for the
of three
Elsa Callwood JUDGE FLAGLER COUNTY, (3) super-
? 257 West lllth Street,, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. each.vision for terms of four (4) gears
New' York. New York IN RE: ESTATE OF
Polling Places
You are hereby notified' that a ISHAM 1... JOHNSTON. I County Commissioner's) '
has been filed against you in Deceased. I County, Courthouse Roonr
above entitled cause: and you To All Creditor and 'PersonsHaving Runnel Florida
hereby to file Claim Demand Against
required your an or Polling places) will be
with the Clerk of this Court Said Estate & the hours open between -
of 9:00
A.3L and
to serve a copy thereof upon You and each of you are hereby 5:00.P.M.
plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney notified and required to presentany All 'qualified electors
name and address Is: claims and demands which you. within the District shall be residing
Samuel V. Holch or either of you. may have against to vote in this election. eligible.
U. S. Highway 17 the estate of ISHAM L. JOHNSTON A qualified' elector
P. O.. Box 471' deceased late of said County to the Florida Soil as defined in
East Palatka, Florida the Courity Judge of Flagler County includes: Conservation Act
later than.July 27th. A. D.. 1959. Florida .at his office in the vote in general any person elections qualified. to
If you fail to do so. decree pro court house or said County at Bun Constitution and und*>r the
will be entered against nell; Florida within eight calendar state who is also of this
for the relief demanded in the months from the time of the first the herein named a landowner. in
of complaint.. The nature of publication of this notice. Each M. O. district.
suit being: for divorce. claim or demand shall be in writing State Watkins Administrator
WITNESS my hand, and seal of and shall state the place of residence July 2-9-2tc Roll, Conservation Board
Court this 19th day of June and post office address of the :
D. 1959. claimant and shall be sworn to. by IN TIJR CIRCUIT
Seal) RALPH E. HARBERT the' claimant agent attorney and JUDICIAL COURT. !SRVENTII -
&e said Circuit Court any such claim or demand not so FOR FLAGLER CO'T1 IN AND
July TV. FLOR-
25 2-9-16-:4tcJlaglrr filed ALICE shall be JOHNSTO vold.- 37R4DAVID It A. IN CHANCERY. CASE. NO

As Executrix of the Last Will H.
and Testament of ISHAM L. GARRIS.Plaintiff.

i m fir', ( ufrihtut First JOHNSTON deceased. -vs- .
publication June 25. .1959. '
June 25 & July9l64tc BETTY BURNETTS HARRIS.

BU1TNKLL. FLORIDA -- --- Defendant.
MRS..' M.a,FULLER. Editor Estate ofISHAM 909 a' 5th Street
r 'I., JOHNSTON. I Wilmington North Carolina
De lBate4 Oflelal PaMIeattoa The State of Florida To.All Per- that a suit for divorce has been
seas Interested tm the Estate of. filed against you In-the above en-
f.r PnfcUe N.tJee. .< Flatter aid Decedent titled cause and you are hereby .

: Duty >Bfuldpalltte. tfeereim a You are hereby notified 'that a required, to serve upon Plaintiff's
written instrument purporting to attorney, whose name and address .
sad the State *f RLrida be the Last Will and Testament of. appear hereon. your written defense -
said decedent: has been admitted to If any. to the Bill of ''Com-
probate in said Court. plaint In said ouR* on or before
.. .ee ".etas. mmttt You are hereby commanded withIn the 27th day of July A.D. 1959.
six calendar months from the else Decree Pro Confesso will be
.'.uu.at ta. 1 atrt.tUtt date of the first publication of this entered atrainst you. ,
: \ .o4r notice to appear in said Court andshow' WITNESS my har.d and seal of a
..... FtorUa. act .t
: cause. If any you can. why said Court this 23rd, day. 6f June
I 8, un.' the action. of said Court In admit- A.D. U5t. .
ting said Will to, probate should Seal) RALTTT E. HARBERT
: not stand unrevoked. Aa Clerk of said Court.
ODe year ----s.si' County Judge Solicitor for Plaintiff' .r.

otx month.. -'LJI'I :Flagler County. Florida .....
First Publication on June 25th. 1959. Bunnell. Florida
June-25. July:*-$-! -Itc June
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Veterans AffairsConsultantf I Those salesmen get-who get I The world's largest limestine

out. quarry is at Rogers City, Mich. I
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'Visit This Area I .

L.OG tL Raymond Smith, county service i What day is it, ? /

officer for Flagler county, has I. -

I invited Joe A. Crawford to his office -
: Miss Beverly Gies J I I I Mr. and Mrs. John F. Jones 1 I as a consultant to discuss i
'have as house guests Mrs. Jones' technical questions and problems .

:, Honored With A I'I!sister, Mrs. Niel G. Rollins and I II I with veterans and their c C \ ,4' .

Bridal ShowerMiss children Michael, Rebecca and survivors or dependents residingin

I'I Dean, of New Orleans. this area, with regard to '.
Stanish and
Celestine .\;
Veterans Administration benefits I /

Miss Sammie Whitaker enter. .... Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knightleft such as. hospitalization, education -
tamed with a bridal shower last week for a vacation disability
and training, insurance,
Thursday afternoon honoring during which time they will I widows and dependent

t bride elect Miss Beverly Gies, for a ,short time with 'Mr. and parents benefits., GI 'housing

whose marriage to Mr. 'Joe.Kelly Mrs. Bobby French and Familyin loans, .etc.'Crawford.
will be on July 26. C. ,.
Washington, D. represents the headquarters K
i( The, affair was given at the office of'the Florida Department 1

Stanish home on Church Street Miss 'Deborah Ann Johnstonhas of Veterans Affairs, Ck

andta.( color scheme of pink and I returned to her home from Pass a Grille, Florida and his ,

lavender was used in the decorations the local hospital where she services are offered free of

and favors. The gifts underwent a tonsilectomy re charge to all concerned.You .
to be the honoreein
were presented
I cently. may make an,appointment
a spring basket topped with with Mr. Crawford in advance

a dove. Elizabeth Bowers of Baxley, through the county service /,
Games and contests fea
were Ga., is the house guest of her office at the .court house here, 'i..oJ -
entertainment. Mrs.
: aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs, where Mr. Crawford may be contacted
Louise Cauley was presented I Buddy Wadsworth, of North personally on July 8, from ,
with a prize as winner in the
Orange Street > 1:3Oto4P.M., It's "call-and-see-how-the-
) contest. .... '\. .

. of Mr. and Mrs. !'
t Recent guests fish-are-biting" day
Mrs. Grady Thomas and
Carlton Johnston were Mr. and CARD OF THANKSI 'J
II Thomas Goodwin of Ft., Pierce
Mrs. G. H. Remley of Savannah,
spent Tuesday, afternoon herewith Georgia. Mrs. Johnston and Mrs. would like to thank all of

:Mrs. Ellen Lee. Remley are sisters. my frineds and relatives for the For fast facts on fishing for welcome news !

r flowers cards, and visits duringmy from far-off friends and loved ones call Long ':
Mr. and Mrs. Blon Matherly stay in the hospital. AlsoI
Mr. and Mrs. June Deen of .
" and little daughter, Elizabeth, Distance. ..
Miami are visiting here with would like'to express my appreciation ,"
have returned to their home here I to Dr. Canakaris and ....: ...n.
Mr. and Mrs.. C. A.
after a visit of two weks in Buffalo the nurses for being so nice to Long Distance Rates-are low and you 0 -)'."

Ky. Mrs. Duane Deen is a patientin me.Miss save by calling Station-to-Station. ;' : i.
the Halifax Hospital Daytona Deborah Ann Johnston ';'1:.:-<
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Howell '
Beach she under. .
when 7 (
presently from Sylvania, Ga., I ',t .: .
went surgery Monday morning.She ', ...
t .
\- are spending a few days here isMrs. 1
.F at their home while Mr. Howell #his week'spatterns. ; It's Faster to Call by NumberSouthern
is recuperating after undergo;
Nellie Tweed left last
in Savannah,.Ga.Mr. .
T surgery
week for'a visit in Texas with .

I her brother and his family. Her sY Bell
and'Mrs.. Walter Cody
brother underwent
recently surge
have returned to.their here n
home ery there. ...Growing With The Future SBRANNAM'S
after a visit,in Nety;Orleans.Mr.

and Mrs. Roger Sellers CARD'OF THANKS

__ and little daughter of Jacksonville e
We would like to take this
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. r
Coy 'Harris during the holiday method of thanking everyonefor

weekend. the lovely cards, letters, and
flowers sent to Mr. Howell dur d'

.. :Mr. and i Mrs. John A. Clegg i his stay in the hospital.- 1324xt I :
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and little daughter are vacationing .
I Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Howell.jing .
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3rd & 'Central, Flagler. Beach. WOMEN OVER 35 34, 36, 38, 40 42, 44, 46, 48. Six 36. SHORTENING 349

7.2.2tc I I Given special,consideration. hag apron, '/, reds of 35laeh.Noodloworlc Limit .3 lbs With KM Order .
Represent AVON COSMETICS Pattern No.392-H$
FOB SALE-New 2 bedroom furnished In your area. For apPOint- Uh darning lor husk wearing) It on .atytodo -
ment In your home write NOW, embroidery that odd a '/wary.look' -
home on Canal, built-in: Manager Box 246, ,Lockhart. such Iowelt.No. FROZEN FOODS .
to roadymado Hoou at .
G.E. kitchen, wood floors, land- Florida. 392-H hat direction for'3 designs Winter Garden 10 oz. ,

scaped, 29th & Flagler.;, Flagler and 2 MM/I border STRAWBERRIES '
Beach. John Knasko., 7.2.2tp Send 35e for ooca dntt potter*, 25e 5 fol89CSwansons
for... needlework pattern odd lOc for
r r. FOR SALE-on 'water front lot ,JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER arch pattern for tint dan,mar iaa)) to 11 ox. BEEF CHICKKN &TT7RKET
new bedroom ,house on .Lantana ,- BEACH REALTY CO. 367 w... Adorn Street, Chicago.6. 10.. T V DINNERS Each 59c

Street In Venice- Park, two LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT t

t 'full .bathS, large ,living room, WATER FRONT. FARMS, I 'Fo* Deluxe 11-.

dinette, kitchen with GE built ACREAGE S '
in equipment, d,wall..refriger
See at tor,Y
ator, Florida room with fireplace, Office Phone 'HE 9-2032 JEWELER talk 8 oi.

2-car garage;central beat:Terms. Residence Phones',ID 7-3691' DAKONDS-WATCtEES : :
Robert L..Danner.i. btd>det. Phone Nom,
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/ Thursday, July: 9, 1959

( Leave Saturday Like Blackeyed Peas?j Fishing, License' I :

Are Now On Sale
:;Y By Wilma B. White .'.
t For Girls StateN
Home 'Demonstration Agent Fishing license are now on Call On UsWhen

:- In TallahasseeMiss Hamilton County sale at the Conty Judges office II
N Could I tempt you with tender In the Courthouse. The old li- .

Miss JoAnn Morris and, Miss blackeyed peas, fresh sweet corn, censeexpired on June 30 and
t. Judith Lewis leave Saturday for .sliced ripe tomatoes and onions, I I the' public is urged to secure > Ii '
will hot cornbread, and fresh country .
_' Tallahassee where they rep.t their. new license. !" .' .
butter? I };':!" x i'I -'
in the
: resent Flagler County Fishing license include state '
F':, session of Girls' State, which is S I I I license, nonresident state, and :)/ '*.:\ : ,
Blackeyed peas are now in I
t.-':' sponsored by The American season. Since they are so good, non-resident license for' three or .,:.. ;;. : ;
Legion Auxiliary.The fourteen
probably you would like to pro
! Flagler Unit of the Aux I .
long the season, and you can. t .' '.- .
" Diary is sponsoring one girl to Home freezing and canning are ;

It ti-i,..'.. sponsored.attend the Jointly session.by One the girl Idle-is food two methods long after that. the will fresh preserve season :Jlagler uJeacn. : :

: wood Club, The Country Club, has ended. "" I You Need
* the Woman's ,Club of Flagler Continued from page 2)

. Beach, and the Junior Woman's. To can blackeyed peas, shell
t .. Club. and wash peas. Remove .old :Mr.' and Mrs. Myles Meeks i I '

. The session of Girls' State is peas. Include some snaps. Cover ,from Jacksonville: and daughter, i ,
4 '; a week-long practical study of with boiling water. Bring to full Jackie, spent the \weekend in I '

f city, county, and state 'government boil. Fill containers carefully. their home here.

t \ Do not pack down. Leave one
inch head Season and
space. Mr. and Mrs. John Turner ands
: cover with boiling pea liquid. n Neal, from Tampa, spent
Father Of Mrs. Seal and? process kinder 10 several days here including the
pounds' pressure; 35 minutes for
Gordon Dies In glass pints, 40 minutes for glass

r5 quarts, 30 minutes for No. 2 cans.
ft' South Caronina One bushel will yield ,approximately Mr.. and Mrs. Harmon Win- .
,16 pints of peas. grove are entertaining :as house
f; W.: A. Sellers, father 'f'Mrs. guests for 'two weeks her niece, Printing
t. C. H. Gordon of Bunnell, died To freeze blackeyed peas, pre. Suzan Byers, her father, A. N.

;' at his home in Chesterfield, S. C., pare them as for canning. Heat Bloom, and nephew, Kenneth .

. on July first following an illness in boiling water for two,minutes. I Bloom, all from Williamsport, .
', Cool in cold water and'! '
of several months duration. promptly. Pa: Other guests spending two
;' Funeral services were held drain. Pack in containers, leav- months are Miss''Antonette Coor- I I ,
there on Friday morning ,at eLeven -' ing one-half, inch head space. man and Mrs. Mary Roy Hull '
f o'clock and burial followed Seal and freeze.It horn ,Miami.
'- at the family plot there. i
is very important to remember -I "
Survivors include his widow I OFFICE FORMS

1'at of Chesterfield; four daughters, period that is the to stop two-minute the growth'and heating I' Visitors with Mr. and Mrs. 'I
t l Mrs. C. JI. ,Gordon of Bunnell, Aubrey Spivey were her uncle
Mrs. Gilbert Seegars of Jefferson, maturity of the vegetable. If and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie 'ENVELOPESINVOICES .
I this, is not done, in most in ,
, S. C., Mrs. Keith Taylor of Pais; Smith from"Starke.. Her cousin, .
;. ley, S. .&t Mrs. John Guthrie of I. staces, you will notice a' loss of Miss 'Jo Smith, Is, spending two .
flavor and color. Also, after a '' '
p.4. .', Ray City, Ga.; one son, Rhett' few months, become weeks 'vacation here with"them.
F'.1 Sellers of Chesterfield, S. C. Also may
t, surviving are 12 grand children discolored and tough. .
:Mr.' and Mrs. Alfred Burdett
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r and: one great-grand child. Of course, all of you Southerners and family moved to New I LETTER HEADS

know the art of cooking
Smyrna Beach last :week. I '
.i' blackeyed peas, but suppose we .
r The Bible Says: have some new folks with us. Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Clay haveas BUSINESS CARDS' ,-
We wouldn't want them to miss house guests his brother and I .

"Nevertheless that which ye this delicacy, oud.w. ? So,let's sister in law, Mr., and Mrs. Henry STATEMENTS
: horre hold fast till I (Jesus) give them ja. recipe that is very D. Clay, with their children,

\., ,,' come- R V. Rev. 2:25.. popular In north Florida. Gail, Kathy, David and Shawn, .
:\ Put three to four cups of peas from Marietta, Ga. this week. BILL HEADS
" Listen in a.heavy,iron skillet. Add one- ,
half cup water and one-fourth Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Cook and '

: -HEROLD OF .TRUTH". to one-third, cup bacon fat Cover family of Bunnell have been RULED, FORMS I
tightly and cook until tender spending sdme time in their

r .' Over WPDQ, 600 KC at 8:30 a.m. over medium heat. Salt to taste.i beach home here. I .
1" SUNDAY Ahother to ,cook is '
,: .. way peas 'TICKETS'and.. TAGS
:'' & with ham hock, smoked' white Mrs. Nell Allen of Bunnell enjoyed
i. bacon. Hog jowls are used on the July' ,Fourth holidayin
New Year's Day., her home here at the beach '

') Cover meat with water and twith her family.' There were her CIRCULARS .

bring to .a full boil.' Add peas I.daughters and sons in law, Mr. .

.... and boil gently for 45 minutesor and Mrs. R. A. :Powell and Mr.

", fps P until tender. Add more .water Ab Johnston ,and family of Bun. I _. t. ANNOUNCEMENTS .
if necessary. When peas are nell; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ,,Dur-
done, season with salt and, add shimer, accompanied here from \

r one-half teaspoon Cornmeal. Albanay,' Ga. their' son and ,
Cook five minutes .long r. Peas daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. ,

cooked in an uncovered pan will Arthur Durshimer, Jr.; and Arthur .. .. .
;' keep most of their light color.BUNNELL 3rd, daughter in law,. Mrs. i
;: Prompt Service Jqhnny' 'Allen and: family from i We Don't Do The MostPRINTING ',

Bunnell.Mr. ,
& a. lea. III and Mrs. Robert Henderson '
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: returned to their home hereon .
The Flagler Tribune Meets First and Third Tuesday Monday after being calledto :" -. ,

: : Phone IDlewood 7.3282 Dean M. Peterson W. M. Tuscola, Illinois, because of t .
is BuanelL Florida JOHN A. CLEGCL Secy.IRSIIEStiy the death of her father there. ,.
:. But: We'Do Some of'the Best .

'. I Walter Landers from Washington .
T : limed II.sl..r.-I.. : D. C., spent the weekend II

r here. .
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::' GET THE BEST PROTECTION f.RoM. Sherry, Nancy and Tommy .

's'M :Hargett from Favorita spent last

T. COOK A6ERCY week here; with.. ,their grandmother
,: ,- Mrs. ,Frank Crotty and '
tt. -
;> Citizen iMk NiMH I'' Florida Mr. Crotty. ;
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.. .... ---- Mrs... Al Schwender of 'Colum- : :
f .7.. bus, Ohio and Mrs. 'O. J. Shortof ,; T: i

'ArChbold, OhIo, returned to : :: ; ;, ,, '. "
: their homes Monday spending .

:,. ,, -., I l .the Weekend here''with their r'.r ;; ,. : : ; : :
; brother in law Moody ST. The ,
A. H.'CBAIG,- Funeral Director :; George .
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1b ,, ,JOHN. RARDDX Associate.. ;\ ;v ; I CARD_ -OF. -THANKS, ,.,1. ,.':.....:,. ..' .. ,; _,,:1.(1.' .,;. .t'. .- '..
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' LADY'' Jt ;J express my
t r CONDITIONED I I 'I QUWPED, thanks and .appreciation io, the '
t ,, "t HAPEL. I ] ''AMBULANCESPfeoae friends'ff. andtneighbors for 'the Flagler Tribune;' 1/

.H "' flowers sent for the funeral of :
', : ID '7.3Sa2., .,, : I(iny, father," L..'S.. Romlne.Sincerely" ., ; !''; j{! ... .
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