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 16, 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
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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: UF00079914:00134
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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,: 47, ,NO., 27 .BUNNELL, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1959 $2.50 A YEAR
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t 4' 4-H Club Members Qualifying Dates Reinstated As MONTHLY CIGARETTE REPORTThe TAX Motorist Warned "r,

t.Leave: For Camp: Set for .Primaries SecyTreasurerState r monthy report of tax on I i To Comply With -

Candidates for state office will cigarettes by the state and refunded I

qualify for the May, 1960 primaries to>>,municipalities of,Flag No '

tj.",,' Monday Morning.Flagler to noon from March noon 1. February '16 CommitteeJames I amounts ler county:, gives the following Parking SignsResidents

4-H Club Milligan, chairman of Beverly''Beach, $65.71; Bunnell, are being advised to V I
L t County ; members Candidates for county offices ..
'; V $$1,559.71; Flagler, Beach,'$668.20; comply with the "No Parking
t. are preparing ,to leave Mon.. will qualify March. 115. the Democratic Executive
4: day morning, July 20, to spend Committee of Florida, anuounced and Marineland $40.99. Anytime" signs erected on the
" a week at 4-H Camp ,Cherry, The secretary of state's office 'today that Frank: L. Porter, Jr:, The total collected by ,the south side of Highway 11 between -
announced the the latter
" Lake; Madison. of,Eustis has been reinstated as state from this source was givenas ,Railroad Street and .High
of last week.
r' County Agent Howard .Taylor part .secretary 'treasurer,'of the Demo- $2.337,958.62.CONSERVATION. way .1, Chief of Police Wilfred ,
The first primary
comes on
Hunter said today. .
[ will be 'assisted in chaperoning cratic State Committee effective
,: the group by Mr. ,and ,Mrs. Lee May 3. The second primary falls July'15,1959, a position to which The traffic lights which have
three weeks later on May 24.Annual '
recently been installed the
Mr. Porter was originally elected, by
7 Blakley and' Mrs. Pauline Lover -
r lace. They' will be camping by the general ,assembly of the NEWS State Road Department on High-

t. with 4-H Club members from State Democratic Executive Com- By Alton Harris) way 1 are designed to be con

'cV Baker Dixie, and Gilchrist count- I Report mittee at the organizational trolled ty the flow of traffic '::f

ies. meeting in Daytona Beach in A four-cent postage stamp saluting and the electric control system I

:'. ,V.' Plans call for, leaving, the October 1958. progress in soil conserva- will not operate properly if ve-
:: r 0 Courthouse for Camp at 8:30 Of Low. Rent Mr.. Milligan stated' after Mr. tion in the United States will hicles are parked in the East '

: Monday morning, July 20. They) Porter was elected ,as secretary be issued August 26, 1959 by the bound traffic lane. "

will return from Camp at three Housing HereThe treasurery .of the Democratic post office department accordingto The traffic lights have been

o'clock in the afternoon' of Saturday State Committee, the Attorney an announcement by the Department in operation almost a week now

.- July,'25. The' Club members first annual report of the General 'ruled the* Florida Stat- of Agriculture. and it is a wonderful relief to

, "' will travel by Bus which Flagler' County Housing Author utes prohibited National, State The nation's first soil conservation the residents of the County to

; will be, driven by Mr. Taylor. I I ity has been, 'submitted to 'the County and Municipal employees stamp will be formally have this traffic hazard in

I Those going, to Camp: include: i city and'county commissions detailing from participating in parti- released at the annual meetingof our city eliminated. ,

;, Emma Jean Lovelace Allida I operation of:the low;rent san political, 'organizations. the Soil Conservation Societyof
f Brenda Tucker I Therefore, Mr. Porter submittedhis ,America at Rapid City South
, Tucker Betty: project for the first 12 months.
.' Lynn Bourne, Pat ,Nieson, Susan I I The project. consists of 32 resignation. The recent state Dakota, August 26. Power
Carle, Faye Bass, Mary Susan units. These range in size from legislature amended this statute. The stamp portrays a modern
1" bedrooms and the Advisory 'Committee of farmland setting signifying that
Brannam Margie Lee Blakley one to four apart
'Judy Lewis Nell Johnston Hope ments. These became, available, the State Democratic Committee conservation farming brings Urges Use Of ,

Hatcher, Charles Morrell Gall the report shows ,July 31 1958, voted to reinstate -"Mr. Porter to beauty as well as bounty to rural -

Wadsworth. Flynn ,Edmonson, and 'were .fully occupied. as of they position to which' he was living. Soil conservation Depository
': 'Randy Morris,. Kenny ;Brockett, January 31, 1959. originally elected. ; practices portrayed include con- '
, Milligan said Mr. Porter was tour ,strip ,cropping,
Jackie. terracing,
McCabe Walter Townsend Officers of. the authority are L. .H. Church Area '
. ": Mickey Ramsey Tommy John N: McIntosh, W. C. Sulli- born in Lake City and educatedin pasture improvement, tree plant- ative of the Florida Power and

f .. Kahlert Levi L. Brannam, Jr., van, T. E. Holden W. E. Kudrna in public schools of Florida.He ing a farm pond. In' addition, Light said
Company today the
;; John Simpson, Mike McMillan, and J. B. Matherly, commissioners also attended the University the silhouette of a city in the public ,is urged to take advantage

,' Jessie ,Overby, Elbert Tucker ; 'W. L. Wadsworth, attorney; :of Florida where he 'was'active background symbolizes that ur ,.of'he'depositOry

, .' 4 .._. Kent Holland, David ,Brown.A1bert Marieorley;'. :executive secretary .hi :campus activities-He' helpedorganize ban as welLas ,ruraUpeople. are Company, ; ffice at bills the
:.. : u paying
Johnston, John Johnston, ; and H."'H. Corley, maintenance the first voter's club at highlydependent' upon the care or leaving'messflies..

and Mike Cook.Restaurant. I supervision.The the University of Florida before and wise use' of land as a principal Mr. Church said there!

. report gives the value of''i he became of voting age. He source of food water, ,I times when he is 'in the field are
"land structures and equipment was active and held prominent shelter and clothing.The .
there is no one in the office to
as $331,878.62." The project was positions in both the Young stamp will be printed in .I

4, Team financed "by sale of temporary Democratic Clubs, as well as three colors yellow green and 1 There receive messages or collections. _
are also times when the
Democratic Executive Commit- blue and will be'on sale, at post
notes" on the open market with
Stopped Philips 66 approval of the United States tees in the state. In 1953 ':Mr. offices 'throughout the countrythe ;radio is in operation and men
are working In the supply room
Public Housing Administra Porter was elected State Demo following day. !
they do not have access to
Winning Streak tlon." .cratic''' Committeeman,from Lake Officials of the Deparment of
I the collection department to receive
The authority is exempt from i County a position he has held Agriculture said issuance of the
a The Bunnell Restaurant team local taxes. The Federal HousIng and served in contiuously since. stamp is a tribute to farmers the messages. At these _
'V swamped the Phillips 66 team 'I times it is to the advantage of
V Act however, provides payment He was also elected as Congressional and ranchers, ''local soil conservation -
i the customer to the
use depos-
in Monday nights 170. .
game I Democratic V districts and to
in lieu of taxes, not more Committeeman -
to stop their. winning streak at I' agricuI-1 itory system in the office, it was
tural workers who
from Lake have
.than 10 per cent of the "shelterrent" County prior to
17 straight which was a new pointed out.
during the year. j I the time this position was com to 'make the United
He also said the system is
record set by Phillips 66.
bined with world leader in soil
The minimum rent is $19.50 a I: the State Committee conserva
The Bunnell Restaurant team very easy to, use and when cash
month, which includes garbage I functions. He was'selected and tion.
who had their big bats blazing, payments are made receipts are
collections water and electricity. graduated as one of the first Cooperators of the Flagler
mailed to the customer.
hit Gayle Mercer and Lamar
Tenants are billed for any ex Democratic Precinct Leadership soil conservation district are
Harris at will. Cliff, Sheffield cess of electricity. Instructors in the South.. among those honored by issuance -

Aubrey Spiyey and Clifford Hig- The report gives many more Chairman Milligan stated, of the stamp, Raymon ,Methodist Church

ginbotham had nine hits ,among details of financing, requirements -' with Mr. Frank Porter's valuable Tucker said today. Tucker said

'I' '0 the three. J. L Sheffield who of eligibility for tenants, I experience combined with his the stamp is a tribute to the News Of The WeekThe

had six straight hits was, stopped integrity well the nation's conservation farmers
and other pertinent facts.TEEN as as loyal
, '. 'c cold but seta new record. '( and Methodist Men of the
devotion he has so keenly, evidenced ranchers including the!
''The two teams will meet a- in behalf of the Democratic Flagler District cooperators of First Methodist Church of Bun-

,' gain tonight ,in, ;their; second : ,Party we are extremely the local district, which has been nell met at the home of Walter
'. \ in the DANCEKINGS : :Morris last night for their dinner
game play-off. in
. fortunate to' have a man of ,Mr. operation since July 1952.
and meeting, Club
Porter's. ability offer his servicesto "The, 4-cent stamp is in recog- program y

9 QUEENS the party, for which he I receives nition of the farmers and ranchers President George Moody said

' ..' Dick Mercer Is no financial remuneration.In who are demonstrating good today.
Mr! Morris and Mercer
ARE SELECTED soil said.
volunteering his services, Mr. stewardship, Tucker
: Porter can only receive the satis- "It is a salute to their soil con- were hosts at a barbecue chicken
Named To'Post On
;?:V.V i.. V i The' preteen and teen' dances faction of serving ''his party in servation district and' to the dinner.
held Tuesday'evening at the Twelve members of the Methodist
the interest of better professional workers of state
;*, Student Body Flagler Beach Woman's Club ment. govern. and federal who Youth Fellowship of the
I governrpents
at Beach hada Gold
building Flagler Bunnell church motored to
: Dick :Mercer, son of, Mr. and I The state chairman further' help them.
,. total attendance of ,162, Mrs. Head. Branch State Park Mon
; Mrs., Johnny Mercer of Bunnell stated, we are humbly indebted
Mickey Massie reported yester- day for a, MYF Subdistrict pic
f' has recently: been appointed to I r day.. to Airs M. B. Fuller State Democratic

the cabinet of :Student Government for Committeewoman from Way FINE WIRE nic.The
Drawing names preteen work of installing perma
't: : at the University of Florida for' we kMarjorie' Flagler County for the valuable used
king and queen next Crosshairs in microscopesand nent light fixtures' in the sanctuary
&;". ;: in Gainesville', for the school services she has so efficiently
i<- Lee Blakely: was drawn telescopes are often made was started Monday, Committee
,; ,year of September' ,1959 to June for queen' and Dennis Clay for rendered to the Democratic par- I of platinum wire with a diameter Chairman Z._ D. Holland
1960 according to'a letter/ ty by accepting the, interim appointment -!
king. For the teen,group Trudie as small as four one-hundred said today.
ceived .from Student' Body 'Presi Massie' will be' queen and Ken and serving as secre thousandths oi an inch. Plati 'Rev. W. L. Spicer has calleda

dent Joseph M. Ripley. neth, Taylor will be?the king., tary-treasurer until this position' num,is.Used.for this'wire, whichis meeting of, officers and teachers .

?'r Mr. Ripley said"'he heft named The top tune for next, week could be clarified.WISEHAUPT so fine that it is invisible to o( the Sunday school department

Mr. Mercer Secretary of Interior will be "Sea of Love" and this the naked eye because it will :.members of The Methodist .

r and he, will be'ln charge of all will be played in a, setting of GUEST SPEAKER withstand the. drastic working Men the WSCS, Friendly' Circle,

elections and of the enforcement the theme' for :3iext 'week-:' Howard hauptt.will be the operation 'to' maker so fine In I and MYF department' Thursday

of all they; election laws. He'will Calypso in Bermuda.. The boysand guest ,speaker at ,the Methodist its fabrication, a larger plati- evening at the church.. The

also be ex-officlo, chairman, of girls are, to wear ,appropriate Church in Flagler Beach at the num wire, surrounded by a meeting Is' called to make plans

the .election' board and ,hear all costumes. morning' service next'Sunday, it heavy silver jacket is drawn to for the,,church program.. : .

IV! :appeals and will' serve ,as Mr. V The.feature,lornext. week;will was announced. today.. a small.'overall diameter.* The

.., Ripley's personal assistant in be :a'slow J) ,j. dance .contest,, _thewinners i. 4- ;. i silver is then dissolved: away, In a 20-mite' race, man'would,
: :-' carrying out the 'policy of the to be, awarded. 'a.prize Florida produces over half .of- leaving the minute platinum win over,horse because' r"his

",t' administration... ., ,' of, two ,dollars. ':. : the naton's ,cypress lumber. j wire core.- endurance. V N* '
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. <" PAGE TWO *,_ THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL, FLORIDA ,- .. Thursday, July .,i6;=1959

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'., .. Mr. and 'Mrs. Lamar Springer Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Duensing Dear Flagler County Friends: me was the poets' corner' where The Bible Says:

,,4' and son Kenny from Jonesboro,I made a trip to Welaka Tuesday.Mr. We are leaving London, a Robert Browning, Keats, Shelley, "And ,In thy seed shall ,all .th&

Ga., stopped, over here last weekto great historic city and the Thackery, Chaucer and many nations be blessed because thou
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Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Moreland
visit with Mr. and Mrs. ,Hugh
Shakespeare Country.The other great English poets are hast OBEYED Gen.
myvolce.N ( .
Ga. last
from spent
Autrey. past three days have been buried. At 10 a. m. we saw the 22:18)
week here.
just like a dream coming true. changing of the guard at Buck
g. Miss Betty A. !Meadows visited We visited Shakespeare's birth ingham Palace and the Mother
in Tallahassee, Key West and Mr. and ,Mrs.. C. W. Hope, and Listen '
. 1 place, Ann Hathaways Cottage, Queen was to have an investiture
" Miami' last week. family from Townsend, Ga., Collegiate TrinityChurch where service but we didn't get' to seethe I "HEROLD OF TRUTH"

1 spent a week. here in the Mosby I Shakespeare is, ,buried and, of Queen Mother. Queen Elizabeth I Over WPDQ, 600 KC at 8:30: a.m.

.. 'Mrs.. Ada Taylor, mother of apartments.Mrs. course, Stradford on the River was away in Chicago on SUNDAY
Rev. Glenn Taylor, from Kansas Avon, the country town where<< this particular day or she would
City, Mo., accompanied Rev. and Kay Swayze has been en I all, these places are located. have honored these people.
tertaining as' house guests Mr.
Mrs. Taylor here last Sunday We had luncheon at the The second day' in London we

from, St. Augustine for the day. and Mrs: Wllllam'Robblns' Shakespeare Hotel, an old quaint visited the London Bridge, Tow

their four Children from Char-I place. The first, day in Londonwe er of. London,' where the Crown TV Bob

Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Lilly from lottsville, Va. Mr.' ,visited Westminister Abbey, Jewels are housed, St. Paul's

o.. ; Hopperston; W. Va., were visitors her nephew. ._ the cathedral where all Coronations Cathedral was on the agenda for

':)0 here last week. I royal weddings, and great us. :The interesting feature tome' SERVICEall
Mr. and, Mrs. Joe Brock, and
personages are buried. was the Memorial Chapel makes
0'' and Mrs. Raiford Rogers family from Dalton Ga., spent
Mr. .. The most fascinating part to dedicated to, the American soldiers -
Taylorsville, N. C., spent last last week here on vacation. .
i who gave their lives in thetwo' Sales Tubes and
".. 'week here on vacation. World Wars. This part 'of
', Several families from Pierson Mr. and Mrs. Myles Meeks and Cathedral'was, destroyed during Antenna Installation
s '' Mrs. Elva Babbitt, Mrs. Irene who visited here during the daughter, Jacky, from Jackson the'War but this Chapel was
weekend were Mr.. and Mrs. ville started their two weeks vacation PHONE HE 9.2204
from Ga., ac-
Bollinger, Augusta! built to replace. the part, which .
Freeman Greenland, Mr. and. here during the weekend. "
Rev. and Mrs.
: companied by now honors our men.
A. Radford from Jess Mrs. Joe Pittman and Mr. and now
f p 0.1 I We are on the 'train gd-
Mrs. J. Taylor and son Terry. Visitors,here from.Jacksonvillefor
f;' r, spent several days 'here :, ing to Mr. Tonkin's home in the
week. Mrs. Babbitt is the mother ,the weekend were Mr. and I. FOR
! : t. Country of Cornwall, England.
Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Parker Mrs. O. E. Johnson and Mr. and
of Arthur 'Babbitt and Mrs.
The village is named'Por On the SHELL FILL & SAND
: Bollinger, and Mrs. Radford are :have returned to their home in I Mrs., W. R. Bryan. Atlantic Ocean.

his sisters. Virginia after spending a week We hope to be at home around DIRT CONTRACTS"CALL
I : here. Hollis will,remembered Miss Ann Martin from Seville .

.: ... Mrs. 'Dorothy Watts from Ar- as a former resident. was" a weekend visitor here with .
'111.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles' Cowart. YOUR CLOSEST 'OUTLET
:- lington'Heights, stopped over
: here during the weekend on her Visiting this week with Mr. I I For Quality Furniture EMIL MISSINNE
tour in the state. '' and Mrs. Leonard Johnson ,and Mrs: Elsie Graham who is I I "We're Out of the I ;
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i '" family are his parents, Mr. and spending' the, summer here wentto Hight Bent District"CHRIS'S Phone HE 9.2094

;. Mr. and Mrs. C. '0. 'Magee are Mrs. Jeff Johnson and' son Paul Seville for two,days last week. I FURNITUREI I FLAGLER BEACH

I ... accompanying Mr. and Mrs. II I from Renovo, Pa. (Continued on Page 5) I I i I860 Rldcewoed Ave. 'Holly Hill .
June Deen and Mrs. Susie ,Rid- .

dell to Leesburg to" spend the '.
, day with relatives Thursday. ',, --. .. '.,i... ,

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daughter, Rhocfct"; Jo,-'have' returned ; ; ,; ; $rr" ''? ''

f : to their,1 home here after : ; <' :: :
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spending their vacation in : '
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e i- .Mr. and Mrs.- K, J. Cannon 0ITiJ.Q: Q] < ; ;$ ; .

. from Decatur, Ga., are here this : 4 .t, .','
week on vacation. :: : ;':' :: :::: '
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:,- here with"Mr., and Mrs. Robert
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'. .Nolan were Mr. and Mrs. B. D.

Y Creel and children, Guy, Kay .

and Beverly;' Mr: and Mrs. Her "" iga1Ion '

bert Cowart and daughters, San ;:
' dra and Sharon, from Seville;' '!j" '-, .

Mrs. Margaret Watson and "'; <,.
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daughter Mary Ann from San- I -
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and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald "' '
4 Jones from Pierson. ; "

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Monday from Chicago to ANY CAR IN ITS FIELD: a inWikaneayothercar \:" -
spend a vacation. Mrs. Kuehl ; ';r'

, will be rememberedas, the former Take, 'it, not from us, but from magazine, "Chevrolet'establishes !',,:
Florence Moore, former resi.- '. ; official results of this year's a new high in daring styling." v'yr "r

(,'t' dent. .. Mobilgas Economy Run: Chevy's il[ '. Fx>_ '
I. pennypinching 6 delivers the most BEST BRAKES :;..',:-

-i1': Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Child. '- J't. :i' miles per gallon in its field. For a In direct competitive tests of repair 1 h) : '

ress. and family ''from Taylors. of these Chevrolet sixes: with peated stops from highway speeds, I ;:
Powerglide walked away with the NASCARt Chevro- 1 i K'
conducted by '
yule N. C., spent several days first two places in their class, getting let out-stopped both of the other to' .
here enjoying fishing and swimming ... the best mpg figure a whopping leading low.priced: cars-and'why ; .
"': 22.38-of any .full-size car.not.:, Chevy brakes are far larger, .-it
And here are more expert, most ,'. ,. '.
? -- Imparbuilt with bonded linings, to,help wonderfully responSIve engine e
F- tial:opinions on-the-record. lengthen brake life by as much as available today at any price." ',::1 : f.:<
FREE PAINT facts backing' us up on Chevy'sother 66%. : -. ,,", .
six <
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One extra gallon of your choice .
With each gallon you buy J BEST ROOM MOTOR TREND magazine calls :'. Y

r Mary Carter Paint Store .' .BEST' TRADE-IN Official dimensions reported to Chevy''' ., the smoothest t, most<< 'c.; .
.. quiet, softest riding In.It ., ;,
Check the figures in N.A.D.A. A.M.A. make this clear. For car. ; .;
.' Orrnoad Beach at Cteqnlaa Ban Guide Book. Chevrolet used car example.. Chevy front seat hip price! class." You'II be able to te;. I.'M .j

1 Alao Weatgate Shsrolag Ceater _, prices last year averaged up to room is up to 5.9 inches wider this yourself, instantly. And you* ;- .
$128 higher than comparable than comparable cars: Chevrolet-dealer can.tell you abour i; :; '.;1.
models of the "other two. along I list. of other advantage' ';F? -
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,. Rirg ,: It's the only car of the leading Chevrolet's standard and CorvetteNatt01a Association for Stock C4 ,: ',':'
ps low-priced 3 that's' V8's unstinted praise.As SPORTS p t _
< unmistakably 'Advancement and Research ..J>.. i,,
k +"_ .modern in every line. "In its price CARS ILLUSTRATED*puts it: Automobile Manufacture Asst y'-. ...; ter;
>, class," says POPULAR SCIENCE "Indeed this device is surely, the elation ,'<, .
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; time when these bonds come country are divided as to the effect NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS. II IN THE 'ctRct.TIT,COURT.IN AND J
'due, and *"owner is entitledto of this increase if it is TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I, IDA. IN CHANCERY. CASE NO.

./.y r. get his money plus interest: passed by Congress. Some say undersigned.Notice is ,hereby pursuant given to that Chapter the I H. T. COOK' ,. Plaintiff!

ij ; The government; during the : high Interest. rates are inflationary 20953. Laws of Florida 1941. willreglst.er ..Yd-
with the Clerk of the Circuit
meantime, has spent :the money ; ,. others- claIm:that they are Court in and'tor Flagler County I EDITH known YYN.EDITH also sometimes and
.- Florida, upon receipt of proofof as ..... .,
to pay Its. bills so it doesn't : deflationary, because if money publication of this. notice the CLARK B. ,FROST -
t have enough cash on hand to :(costs a great deal of interest fictitious name, to-wlt: .. ; NAME'OF" Defendants.
.,;, Pay these, 'bonds'when they i businesses will be discouragedfrom -which I am engaged at sell- FLORIDA TO;, .
I I lIng food at Flagler. Beach. Florida.. EDITH VYN. also sometimes
I come due. In such cases theysimply "borrowing money they II and that the undersigned is the known as EDITH VIN. and CLARKB.

l sell more bonds in order I need to expand.' What will be only person. interested in said ..busi FROST whose place of residence -
ness. is unknown to plaintiff. 'f
I the to the result I don't know. At the living and if their unknown
,' ; to get money: poyoff ; Dated at Bunnell. Florida this dead

,t., the bonds :that are' ,coming !I I best, the action we have takenis 6th day of July MARGARET 1959.: GIVENS legatees spouses heirs grantees at, creditors law devisees, lien-,' .

,:<"A. ". due.. a'calculated risk, but it was July 9.16.23404tp2YDTIGE ors or any person claiming by.. ':.
;' I IWha.t ,tatovgb. 'vrofiMcr against the de-
tv ;
either take this dsk happens, TeD, ,)} the: NAME LAW t ttmen ,kAo'e n u :IJdnb :Via.. deceased -
t\1T, abigalial2s and Clark B. Frost de.
A./gSY: the wilt
< Rtritmgi people sad. businesses : Notice 1* hereby given that the ceased.t and against any and all

:; /' :Cowan. i'fltli 'tNststc not. buy,these..government bonds : is a mighty' easy thing 'togo undersigned pursuant to Chapter persons (save and except the
20953 Laws of Florida. 1941. will plaintiff herein) having or claim-
[t ,\. ------ because they, can make more ins I back'now and say "I to'ldyou. register with the Clerk of:the Cir- ing any. right title or. Interest in

/:\ *'. When our government obligates terest by; investing, their money so-we...should never have cuit, Florida Court ,in upon and for receipt Flagler of County proof- and.ing in to Flagler the lands Beach situate Flagler and Coun-be-

|* .itself to spend'more money somewhere else? That is exact- spent all this money" and believe -' of publication of this notice the ty. Florida, more particularly de-,
fictitious scribed as follows to-wit:
:- than it takes in, in taxes, the' ly ,the;;situation we find our 'me I have tried 'to save BUNNELL name to-wit CABINS: AU of Block Six (C).. except

selves :in in but it doesn't do under 'which we are engaged in the north 150 feet thereof, in
it the today
only ways can get ,money }Washington. money, any renting cabins at Bunnell. Florida Gold Coast Subdivision Flag-

::. to pay the: bills; is either 4 bpr- I People. are cashing in; onethirdmore good :today to;go around pointIng and that the undersigned are the ler Beach. Flagler bounty.

'- '". row it or print it We have' savings bonds than they your finger at who pushedus only business.persons' interested in said Florida thereof; on according file in to the a office plat

I. been In a situation like 'that for are buying because they* can in. in this mudhole., Our jobis 'Dated at Bunnell. Florida' this- Court.of the Clerk of the Circuit
3rd day of 'July 1959. of Flagler County.

some.. time. .. vest more profitably elsewhere. to get out ,the, best, we can C. A. RIDDELL Florida, in Plat. Book 1. Page .'
I hope.thatall:this difficulty: will, July .16-23-36-4tc SUSIE RIDDELL, You are hereby required to file

' V. .Printing money to 'meet our Within the next ,year there be a ,lesson to .the,spenders.\; and and serve your answer to the Bill
., obligations is completely out of will be .$76 billion worth of COURT OF of Complaint filed herein against.
; II I I hope_the ,people.'. in this country FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA you in the above entitled cause on
>:; the question, -as it 'would' result bonds come due. We. must :pay 'willrecogn1ze'that: -they can't' IN ,CHANCERY NO. 3761 or before the 10th day of August-
1 FRANK SORRENTINO A. D.. 1959. upon H. T. Cook Esquire -
?, In debasing our currency '.to. the : them off or our credit is no good.In continue, request government .Plaintiff plaintiffs attorney herein.

., point where eventually it would order to- pay them off- then and services unless VS. whose add dress Is Citizens Bank.
: : spending LUCY Building! Bunnell. Florida.. "The
)J.V take ,a .wagon-load of currency I we must .borrow, more, money they are willing'to pay for themi' Defendant. Flagler Tribune" Is hereby designated -
.' the in which
r" to' buy, a loaf of bread., Then, I The1 Secretary of'the 'Treasury! .NOTICE TO DEFEND this order as shall newspaper be' published once'a '

>.;' :. In fact, theonly sensible thing I tells us' he cannot, borrow' the With,.the, help ,of/the; thinking THE Lucy'STATE Sorrentino OF FLORIDA. TO: HEREIN week for four FAIL consecutive NOT OR ,A weeks.DE-

f '; we can. ,do to meet.'our, obligations money "atoll present ;interest rates people in.the United '.States we 39 Spring Street CREE PRO CONFESSO WILL BE .
News\rk. New Jersey ,
:-; is' to borrow the money; I because of the obvious fact that can reverse, the .trend. Withoutit You are. hereby notified that a SUCH FAILURE. <

'.' other :investments;, are. paying I hate to predict what) will suit' has been filed against you in : The jpature of 'this suit Is. to.
the 'above entitled and
I cause; you foreclose certain tax liens.
We have borrowed to the.Int I
people more than the govern happen.' ... are hereby required to file your an- 1 WITNESS my hand and seal at
-, \ that we ,now. owe, roughly $285 swer with the Clerk of this Court Bunnell Flagler County. Florida,
i ment rates. Therefore,.the President and to serve a copy thereof upon I this 2nd day of July A. D. 1959.

. I.' billion. This, money' is .borrowed I has asked Congress to''.reMove the:plaintiff;or-plain tlff'8.attorney (Cour SeaU) Ci E. HARBERT.
THE whose name land address is:
: from the pUTOQARDER I Clerk Court
s: t people. and businesses
s :
the'statutory ceiling that Ray Selden Flagler County Florida
.; ,in the. United States. The savings Authorized Evinrude Dealer ,Selden Building., I July '.16..% -i\c
emits'on'.long.term .
I now :government 0 800 Main Street
p -
bonds. ,that, you have ;of interest rates. BOATS .'.ACCESSORIESREPAIRS Daytona Beach Florida IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF .
. not. later than July 31,. A. D. 1959. FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA, IN'
course, ;represents. money; that The question' that the mem- Dockage Storage Free Ramp If you fall to do so.' decree pro CHANCERY NO. S781

: you have, loaned to bers committee .. WE FINANCE confesso will be entered against HELEN STIRRUP. '
yourgovem-I of my have :had 825 Rd you. for the relief demanded in the Plaintiff. _
ment Ballough Daytona
The -
gov to decide is whether we comply bill of'' complaint. The nature_ of t vs. .

.;: course, pays. you interest ,on this with his request. If we did IN. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF said WITNESS suit being my for hand divorce.and seal of ROBERT'STIRRUP.Defendant.. ;-

f.-; 'i. money,. .- -'. nothing the credit of our FLAGLER COUNTY...FLOBJD A. .IN said Court.:this 24th day ,of JuneA. i NOTICE-TO DEFEND'
government .
D. 1959.Official
\*, *\ People-in :the United States CHANCERY NO. 3371 THE STATE OF. FLORIDA.:
.. would be jeopardized, MARGARET. NATOLI. ( Seal) Robert Stirrup

t.-- have. loaned: the government_about and this, would,:have a calamitous Plaintiff.' Clerk RALPH of E.said HARBERT Circuit Court You Address Unknown, .
,vs. are- hereby notified that a
A" $42 billion as representedby effect, both- at home and a- JOSEPH, J. NATOLI.Defendant. July 2-9-lC23ritcIN suit has been against you
--- -
the savings in the .above entitled cause and
bonds-they own: THE CIRCUIT 'COURT OF ;
broad. The lesser of evils, therefore NOTICE TO DEFEND hereby file
you are required to
F The" of ftlie money the THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO answer with the Clerk,of this
gov- I as much: as, .we hated to "' IN CHANCERY NO. 3768 I your:
Joseph J. Natoli Court and to serve a copythereof
ernment has
borrowed from JEAN G. I
do it, was to give the Secretaryof 1232 43rd Street s GBLHAUS.. ..Plaintiff. upon the .plaintiff,or plaintiffs attorney -

f banks insurance, companies, investment I the* the Brooklyn' New York, ._, -whose. ,. name.. .," .and address'
Treasury authority to You are hereby notified that) a VS. Is: 0 .
t. houses, and A other businesses. raise Interest' rates on government suit has been filed,, against:. you In WILLIAM JOSEPH GELHAUS. Weinstein and Weinstein
the above entitled cause and Defendant.
f\ .- i ; you 161 St. George StreetSt.
/ obligations. are hereby required to fileyour: an- NOTICE TO DEFEND Augustine. Florida
: AS,, you know there swer with the Clerk of this Court. THE STATE OF. FLORIDA.TO: not later than 14th A.
LeatUng'econoni1s August.
f' .. comes a I of. our and to serve a copy thereof upon i William Joseph Gelhaus 1959. 0 .
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney 75 Beach Way. c/o City of ,
- - If you fail to do so, decree pro
, whose name and address is: Keansburg Boat confesso will be entered
I againstyou
Samuel New
V. Holch N Keansburg. Jersey
for the relief demanded'
'' FOR;,.ALL HOURS-DAY' OR: NIGHT Highway 17 You are hereby notified that a bill of complaint. The nature in the of
.. P. O. Box 471 suit has been filed against you in said
suit being for Divorce and
custody -
EastPalatka. thethe above entitled and
Floridanot cause: of minor children.
s later than are hereby required to file ,
July 27th A. D. 1959. you 'WITNESS hand seal of said
.Y AMBULANCESERVICE If you fall to do sodecreepro your answer with the Clerk of thin Court my
this 14th day of July A. D.
confesso will be entered againstyou Court and to serve a copy ,thereof 1959
- PHONE VAllcy 4-1625 for the relief demanded in the upon the .Plaintiff or plaintiffsattorney (Official Seal
;Y. bill .,Of complaint' The nature of whose, name and address ,RALPH )E.
said suit being for divorce Is HARBERT.
custody *.'
ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA Clerk of said Circuit Court
and support of minor child. W. Cecil Grant I
16-23-30 &
"'- WITNESS'my hand' and seal of 407%' Main Street. Aug 6-4tc
said C. OUI't.tbls 19th : n.vtnnA R..D..... ...1n..".
day of June -------
Never be hesitant about cailiag a Garcia Ambulaace.. 'We -
Jr UTi i%N:
--i n'7.
' A..D. 1959.. I not later 1 August. 3rd A. D. TO ALL PROPERTY OWNERS:
afeFalvt'aTs. at, TOUT service with promptness. safety and (Court Seal) RALPH .HARBERT 1959. You are hereby notified that the
Clerk of said Circuit Court If you fail to do BO. decree pro Board of County' Commissioners of
June 25 & July Z-9-16-_4tc confesso will be entered againstyou
& Flagler County. Florida will
.. -- _. for the relief demanded in the meet
with the
IN THE CIRCUIT bill of County Assessor of Taxes -
COURT OF complaint. The nature of
FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN said, suit being for divorce. at the County Clerk's office In
g* '- Equipped! With Oxygen Resiuitator And Inhalator CHANCERY NO. 3572 WITNESS my hand and seal of the Court House. Bunnell. Florida

ANTONIO R. .CALLWOOD said Court this, 30th of, June on Monday August 3rd. 1959 at the
I day
hour of nine o'clock
A. for the
A.-D. 1939.: .
Garcia Funeral HomeP. Plaintiff
I vs. (Official. Seal) purpose of hearing complaints and
ELSACALLWOOD., RALPH E. HARBERT receiving testimony as to the value -

GARCIA: Licensed Funeral Director Defendant. Clerk' of said Circuit CourtJuly sonal of any property real or per-
NOTICR TO DEFEND 2-9-16-23-4tc as fixed by the County Assessor I
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO of Taxes, and for the pur-
; ASSISTANT: Elsa Call wood IJT THE COURT OF THE COUNTY pose of perfecting, reviewing and

.......?w........"'.........-".:".".... .v..w... .w."..J'.w.-.w....._._....._....... f New 257 West lllth Street JUDGE. FLAGLER COUNTY equalizing likewise said the Board assessments will meet; and on
r STATE: BANK HO. 407 I You are hereby notified that a RE: ESTATE OF the above date at the same time
and place aa well as on Monday
suit has been filed against you In ISHAM I* ;;JOHNSTON.
OF CONDITION OF:"CITIZENS BANK OF BUNNEL1V OF the above entitled cause; and you Deceased, September 7th 1359 at 'the hour of

BUNNELL, ,IN' THE STATE .OF .FLORIDA: AT THE CLOSE OF I are hereby required to file your answer T* All Creditor and PersonsHavlMir for nine o'clock A. M. at the same place

,BUSINESS. ,_:JUNK. 30, 1KASSETS .. 'and to with serve the a Clerk copy of thereof this Court upon Said Estates Claim .r Denumda Against. plaints the from purpose the owners of hearing or agenu.of com-

,. 'the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney. You and each of you, are hereby any real estate or any personal
whose name and address let notified and required to present property the value of which shall
Cash;"balances'witli other banks;; Including reserve. balances Samuel V. Holch any claims and demands which you. have been fixed by the County

M. (. united and cash States Items In Process of collection, -_ -1 '.593.611.681 U. Highway .17 or either of you. may have againstthe Assessor him. of Taxes: or change by
' .... Government'obligations, direct and guaranteed 740.350.00 P.'_O. Box 471 estate of ISHAM L. JOHNSTON
Obligations of States and political ,subdivisions ..... 49S.06S.OO East Palatka Florida .. deceased late of said County to DATED at Bunnell. 1Jorlda. thi.
Loans and Discounts including nooverdraftaj ,1374622.20 14th,day of July. A. D. 1959. '
not later than July 27th. A. D. 1969. the County Judge of Flagler County -
Bank Real preralaea owned 13459.37 furniture A fixtures S22.81C.97 36.27C.34 If you fall to do so. decree pro Florida at his office in the (.Official Seal)
estate owned other than bank premises -:- 11.251.02 confeaao will be' entered againstyou court house of said County at Bun- BOARD OF COUNTY- COMMISSIONERS -
k;;:"_. Other assets i-._'-.--u- 2.73S.S2 for the relief demanded In the nell. Florida, within eight calendar OF 'FLAGLER
bill of complaint. The nature of months from the time .of the first COUNTY FLORIDA
L' TOTAL' ASSETS -.. ., _: |3.25C.9p4.7C said suit being for divorce. publication of this notice. Each ATTEST By c. H. Co wart. Chairman
u. WITNESS my hand and seal of claim or demand shall be In writing :
{a LIABILITIES I said Court this 19th day. of June, and shall state the place of. residence Ralph E. Harbert. Clerk
Demand deposits of individuals partnerships and A. D. 1959.' and July ,l<-23-2te
: .corpora. post office address of the
wit. tions _.-: _. -...'- $1.048,450. (Official Seal) RALPH E. HARBERT claimant and shall be sworn to by IN .
yI, Time deposits .of Individuals, partnerships and corporations 1391078.81 Clerk bt said Circuit Court the I claimant agent.- attorney and TH THR CIRCUIT COURT; "EVEN-
Deposits of United States Government.(including- postal sav June 25 & July 2.9.164tcJ' .. any suchclaim or demand not so. FOR JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND

Deposits __- ., ... 11.35C.25 filed shall be void. IDA. FLAGLER COUNTY FLOR-
t"'> of States and political.subdivisions _-_>- ; .072.29 ALICE JOHNSTONAs 3754 IN CHANCERY. CASE NO
. .' Other Deposits (certified and officers' checks ete.).-.______. 12.C52.02J2.946.610.19 Executrix of the Last Will DAVID H.
TOTAL. DEPOSITS.. -. ; 1 .$2.94C.C10.19 and Testament of ISHAM L. GARRIS
m ,1In- JOHNSTON. .deceased. Plaintiff. _
JTlagirBUHXBUU ."'
TOTAL LIABILITIES 1 ; I First publication June 25. 1959. BURNETTE
June 25 & July 2.9-16-4tc BETTY GARItlS.

sc 'CAPITAL.ACCbllNTS I ,..FLORIDAMRS. __& Defendant. H
"' Capital : .. I 100000.00 JN THE! COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. NOTICE TO APPEAR -
Undivided' profits 0' 110.294.S7 FLORIDA.Estate .. BETTY BURNETTE GARRIS
TOTAL CAPITAL, ACCOUNTS .. 310.294.S7 .:M.:B. FULLER._EditorD.ds..toe4l ofISHAM 909 S. 6th Street
I L. JOHNSTON Wilmington. North Carolina.i
-Thls bank'. capital stock 'conflate of;- Common stock. with-total par OfleUI PvMleatlcm The 8tate.f Florida T* All Per- that a suit for divorce baa been
value. of 9100.000.00 --_ ..- Interested !. tile Estate. ef filed against you in the above en
tor Pmblte Vetfees ..
MEMORANDA ._ ..'.. ); 1'1.aNt aid Deeedetiti titled cause and you are hereby
Aueta Nsed or assigned"eeure" liabilities and for other Oeuty M..IH..Htie.. alkate.t -..ts.st You are hereby notified .that, a required to serve upon Plaintiff
Y ,PUJ'pOMa" .. -. ,- :, I1S. OO.OO written Instrument purporting, to attorney whose name and address
_- tM ; .tf.Ina be the Last Will and Testament of appear hereon. your written de-

:1 I. 9wE5."K'-P1. pr.NA'of' the. ..b ve-name4'bank; do solemnly ... said decedent has been. admitted to tense If any to the Bill, of ComplaInt -
swear the above atatemeDt.Ja..true..od that It fully and correctly! ... probate In. said Court. In said suit on,.or before
represents.the.tr e state-tJae..rat matt.ra'-berela, ntatned. Ud ,....... saM.;.... wattles You are hereby commanded WIth- the 27th day of July ,A. D... lift
set-,tooth. to the+; best of> ,.?knowUd and belief., In six calendar months. from the else Decree Pro Confeaao will be
CoAtte.t1ChwI.*. f-Creal. ':k'- .b s'.Mwy e.I<91S.t, i4 .a.eeeat date,of the first publication of this entered against.you. _
notice to appear- In said Court and WITNESS my hand and seal of ,
v' I9asreH'MesMsu
R. W. CORY Pb :i{ ast.61dareH howcause. said Court
If this 23rd
any you can vhy i day of,, June
.; ..
.. 0.\ AL1! the action-of Court in admitting A. IX ,195 '
:... !:: So'f. .R' said > :"
... 1.111. J.t. .. -_. ,< ,'aaii '.WllUto; "probate, .should .(Seal) RALJTT,E. HARBBRT ':
-, : \ .. ..'j, .. stand 'nnreroked. M Clerk of. said Court:, ,
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8woritto :&'a n of _tr ':JPI..er..sr:'. e. 7er :_.,_._, (Seal)' 'DUANE A. DBEN. W. 'WADSWORTH' ,I"';'"". '
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:. Lightning has.long struck fear the discharge path, accompaniedby quick ,passage through the air, i -
{, Lightning Often in men's hearts and produced artificial thunder. frees nitrogen in the surround-

s strange"superstlt1ons. In the.first Thunder is believed to be ing air: and the gift to plant life

I Strikes Twice century ,A.D., terrified :Roman caused by 'the abrupt expansionof is brought down ,with the rain. ,DragliningBulldozing

- : Contrary'to, popular belief, emperor Tiberius wore a laurel air particles along the path'the In this way, ',nature spreads

: lightning frequently strikes wreath during thunderstorms in of lightning and their sub perhaps 100 million tons of fixed

the belief that lightning never nitrogen over the earth each \
twice in the same place.A sequent collision as they return
touched the plant. to fill'up the vacuum. Thunder year.
lightning bolt is not a single "rolls" because sound waves Land Clearing
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In medieval ,
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bells to repel the "malig.
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\ the bolts. favor certain targets Many discharges and mountains, valleys IN THE WINDOW P. A. EDMONSON
after 'They have,'hit the high church, steeples attract Southern Radio & Television
year year. and clouds reflect the
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York' City's Empire -
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after ,_ _
Building hundreds of times. 'But monic belief persisted,long .
Franklin invented the ..
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tion's Less' well forests protected where''are' lightning the na evil powers.In .

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GULF Sick Room Supplies Stops Masonry Dampness

The HAN iH Way
Beach Information 29 W. Granada-Ormond BeachPh.
1 r. "Specializing in Service and
t Clean Rest Rooms" OR 7-0761 .
Tn The Heart 'of Flagler Beach
Moody's Pharmacy, ,R. MOODY

AUTO REPAIRS Flagler County's Corner Drug,Store PAINTING BYContractHourBig

} 'Shield's Service Station ,PRESCRIPTIONSDRUGS or Small

Chester McKenzie. Mechanic SUNDRIESFOUNTAIN ID 7-3240 Bunnell Florida


FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1:30 P. M. ,Right Now.We'll. Overhaul and' Bunnell, Flo. Phone ID 7-3661 RADIO- TELEVISION .

,170 'on OCEAN, ,240 DEPTH, '170' AlA No Repair Job Too Your Big Power Or Too:Mower Small I'II'ORMOND PRESCRIPTION 1. FLAG.NELL RADIO &: TV

111 No. Bay St.. BunnellEDGAR'S 'PHARMACY ;Complete
8 l DROOII APARTMENTS. A, la each '''of the two well- Service on All Makes
constructed ma.o.ry baUdlngs.. are attractively. t..tefulljrfaralahedt GARAGE I I ,Sick,Room. Supplies-Sundries I Television
have tile ...w..., llvlna room, kitchen-each -Radio
Apartment haa woaderfal pecan View all havee*.tral Service 24-Hour Prescription Service Auto Radios Hi-Fi Electronics
heat and aireadltloalB for complete Year 'Ilu. .d Comfort... 24-Hour Towing Free Delivery Flagler Beach I '
Moody-Bird.!. BunnellDON'S
4 HOTEL ,ROOMS located In the mala :-tory balld- COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS Rt. A1A,1 ml. North of .
lag .are aU. alreoadltlomed and have eeatral ..... tile Automatic Transmission Service ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661
'.owe.... well and attractively ,faraUked. Here too,. each Wheel Balancing-Front .End RADIO & TV
room boo:Oecam,dewS AM attractive office'and lobby are. Alignment
.. Mala floor of taU balldlaff.OWJf r too Granada Onnond-OR 7-0693 I I Thompson PharmacyYour Zenith Sales and Service .

ERS ATARTMENT..'.on the aecoad floor of the mainbmlldlajr Health Is Wealth "We, Sell the Best
,'haa two bedroom' pletvre Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS
lag room. with aireeplaa,,-view of ocean-dlala* room and, JI II and Service the Rest"iAUTO
.' ) 'equipped kltehc .',Tae lovely......... taclade cement wallu. HOLLY HILLiHYDROMATIC RADIOS SPECIALTY
concrete drive and patio areas for relaxla. 'and ."oceanwatekln n. In" Our Hands'r
*." SERVICE U.S. Hwy. 1, Onnond. OR ,7-1473
141 W. Granada-Ormond 7.1421
; ROOM[ 'FOR EXPANSION The fandMaped 'apaelooaKronada Repairing Rebuilding:
w.aid'provide,a perfeet netting'for a large .wtmmlnc : REAL ESTATE
,pool, the two garage bujldtac* coald eaally be ntlllaed OW ALL MAKES OP FLORISTS
,for_ .additional .nnlta .AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS .
ot" 1239 Rldgewood Holly Hill Margaret Givens '
1 BE luau TO ATTEND ONCK-IN-A-HFETIME OPPORTUNITYt OR- 7-1381 I Blacks Flower Shop

Notary PublicSpecializing
.Write'j' far- pletnre, '. ....-..... ..... .. tilt and. many r .other*Haashroaarh -'* BAR P.O..Box 3 Bunnell, 'Fla.. In ,

'.,National' ,Realty A> Aactloa '.Company_. "**' eomlnxAvetloaa. .....- ,''", '. Flowers, For All Occasions, OCEAN &: RIVER PROPERTIES_
accept orders Delivery Phone HEmlock 9-2035
a Ken :Mar Motel-Flagler Beach /
Dancing\ Saturday Nlte ..I Anywhere in the U.S.A.
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r HOTEL BAR I i Delivery in the,County Draft Beer ;..

It Fuel Oil Tractor"Fuel BEER AND SWINE '..
.. : : Kerosene ,SURF AND..CANAL FISHING ,
fa= ; 'atjAaell.n. Ipd.ae&i ?{The. Meeting Place .
h' r%":i r .wa,.,:. a,. '. .Idf Flagler County"z t ,: Gasoline / ,AlA 3 ml K of Flagler;Pier .; .
rlo. N. BoBBftll ID 7-3676 PHONE HE 9.2156 :l", :
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i Miss Janet Elaine Hoff and I .1 What day is if ? I

Mr. Paul William Cummins, Jr.1 ,
'were united in marriage Sunday i

Jo Ann Morris In I RITA PELLJCER afternoon at three'o'clock in the t
HONORED WITH A Community _Memorial Church of I 5i:
Board Of .
School '
.s Flaglef,Beach Rev., R. W...DickI -
Girls State Mrs. Hubert Pelllcer entertained ert, Pastor, officiated during the
? Jo Ann, Morris of Bunnell was with a birthday party Tuesday i double-ring_ ceremony. q: x
elected as a member of the her I The Church was effectively
I, afternoon honoring 1 I .
J School Board in the Girls State daughter, Rita, on her fourth decorated with palms, white. 111-
County office election 'in Talla- birthday 'anniversary. The party lies and glads and fern. Mrs.

hassee. Miss Morris' is, .representing was given at the, Harry Atkinson Eda Hart Wjlklns 'played: the

the, Bunnell Unit,of the home on North Moore St. traditional wedding processionaland
American Legion at the Girls i and was enjoyed by about 20 recessional.,"0 Promise Me"

State Session this week. of Rita's young playmates. and "I Love You Truly" were

Party balloons- were. used as sung by' Walter Morris.
Mr., and Mrs. Roscoe Lynn decorations and I. 'favors in the Given in marriage by'her' father -

have purchased the' Charles E.. home and on the lawn where the bride had her sister Miss
Creal home on the corner of Joan Hoff for her maid of honor
the young guests enjoyed games. '
West Moody Blvd. and Main St. in and the bridesmaids were Miss
Mrs. Pellicer 'was ,assisted i
They .expect to move into, the caring for her guests' by. Mrs. Margaret Peavy and her sisterin u \L;
home during the ,week. Harry Atkinson law, Mrs. Harold Hoff.; \ ,

Charles ,,Cummins, brother ,of

Bebe Moody returned home Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Zeller and the groom' served as his best

Tuesday after a .short visit in Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Peavy spent man and the ushers were CharlesW. l .

Miami. with friends. two days. last week visiting Hoff and Harold Hoff, broth .

points of interest in the' central ers of the' bride. '
J ''Mrs. Ella May Hooper an4 part of the state, which included The bride wore a white chan- .It's "call-home-and-get-the-;k..
I Mrs. M.: A. Robinson of Daytona Cypress Gardens,'Bok Tower-The lilly lace over illusion designed "

Beach,.were'here Sunday attend- Great Masterpiece. .. with, a fitted bodice and floor. '. latest-familY-r1eWS' day!, f;.
the Dedication Service of '
ing length. full skirt. The long

4 the Firs Baptist Church. Recent guests:of Mr. and Mrs. sleeves ended in points over.her :.;.

Louis Trad were their son in hands. Her fingertip veil was How's Mom? Cousin Joe? The new baby?Nothing ,
Mrs. Duane Deen has returnedto law and' daughter Mr. and Mrs. attached to a ,crown of pearls .
/her home here from 'the Hali- Andy Anderson and little son of and rhinestones and her bou takes you back home so, fast; so personally as 't s

fax Hospital in Daytona Beach Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. Anderson is quet was of white rose.buds. .Long Distance. Anytime, anywhere, it's a real -. I

where she underwent surgery. the- former Miss Jeanette Tradof The maid of honor wore chantilly bargain'in companionship; and peace of mind. _

Bunnell.. lace over blue sation dress
Mr. and Mrs; Franklin.sCauley I
which was waltz length. It was Distance low and ,
Long Rates are ,
., you
and-son, Bengie, are vacationingin .;. :
I Mrs. J. El: Rose of Pensacola fashioned with a soft cumber- 'x : .I
North Carolina this week. arrived: .during the.past weekendfor bund at the waist with match- ., save by calling' StatioD- -Statioa. ?r? :, .
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a' visit with her son in law ing head piece and gloves. The .F" ... 'tiS
Mr. and Mrs: T. Kindred haveas and daughter, Mr. ancTMrs.: .Benny : bridesmaids wore dresses of .'},' :_' ; ; ,
their houSe guests their It's Faster to Call by NumberSouthern x
son, ;
Black., She also attended the Chantilly over pink satin styled / : : ,
.. Nbrnian Kindred, and their son Dedication Service of the First identically that of the maidof h:t:: ::
in law and daughter; Mr. and l
Church. honor.
I Mrs. Kenneth Swope of Detroit, _::. -
Michigan. -whoThas :Mrs. Hoff, mother, of the bride Bell,
t., Junior, been was dressed in an orchid dac- .
a,1 ..Growing W/th The Fufur. z
with the telephone'company in ron and heY"accessories were .. .
CLASSIFIED Panama' City for'sometime, has orchid. Mrs. Cummins, mother. .

been/'transferred' to' Jacksonvilleand of the groom wore a green da-
has visited here with Mr. cron dress and her accessories

ADS and Mrs. Louis Trad several were white.. Their corsages were

times recently., of white carnations. 'BRANNAM'SFood
Llatlap wader ala heaOa ass
eats per wed each ......u.... RECEPTIONA
BO ccBta !. Umlmnm .fcarc* reception by the brides par- '
want to give thanks to Dr.
FOR SALE-.ton WestinghouseAir ents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoff ., Market r'
Canakaris, his wonderful staff,
Conditioner, used only 6 was given at'their home on Lantana : .
and to ,those who made it pos
weeks, $150.00 cash. Call ID '' Ave., in Venice Park following
sible lor me .to go to the hos,
73370. 716.1tp. pital. Also those..dear friends the ceremony. Receivingat Your Red & White Store -
the door,, was Mrs. Etta Peterson
who sent cards and flowers., To
FOR SALE-New 14-ft boat,fully
and the brides book
I equipped, new'trailer, used 25 all 1 am very 'grateful.Mrs. was Miss keeping Orvalene Turpin. 119 N. BAY St. Phone ID 7-3496 .

Johnson electric Jessie Way.
The bride changed into a pink
Body Shop, Bunnell.. 7.16.1tp dress with. pink accessories be- Chase & Sonbora ,
--- -- Florida has over 21,500,000 '
fore the- left for their COFFEE 'i 49C
LADIES-Opportunity to, have'a, acres of commercial forest land. tb con
business,of your own. Turn your honeymoon in South Florida. Her Limit 1 Ib ,with SSJOQ order _

leisure hours into profit. Earn as J white rosebud corsage was lift.
you learn. Clients and leads will ed from her bridal bouquet. Mr. MEAT DEPARTMENT-

be furnished. For information i and Mrs. Cummins will resideon Swifts Sweet. Rasher *- '$.

phone OR 7.0724 'or write for appointment Central Ave:, between 15th BACON ..; ...-: .; : .-.. d 39: .
Beauty Counselors and 16th. Streets. on their return.ANCIENT ..1hq; -';--,.-,# .- ::::,', ,Ib,
s3Leon "'"
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47 'Seabreeze' .Drive, Ormond & MeatySPARE < ". r1" f'-h, "'. J
Beach. 7.9.2tp USE FOR GARLIC RIBS :! '.{:: : ': ;' 4Sc
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SEPTIC TANK Ancient 'Romans fed garlic I to '
S cleaning.reason -
Armour Star Cello Pale i.-: : >' \ :
able rates. George Jarosz, Phone their laborers to make them :
ID 7-3410. 5 28-11 5 tc strong and to their soldiers to FRANKSi.: .,. ; Jb49C, .
f W make them courageous. EUropeans '.
Armour Star & Fresh'HENS ,
FOR SALE-onwater front Jot Lwi have used the' aromatic '

hew bedroom house on Lantana plant for' 2,000 years or more, 4.6 Ibs ." Jb35C: tOur
Street'In"' Venice Park, two'r according to "The World in Your i : j"

I full baths, large living room, Garden," a .book published by Value 303 canTOMATOES ...
dinette, kitchen, with GE built the National Geographic Society. .

in equipment and wall refrigerator 10e

Florida, room with fireplace, Nil'IJf"i ........-.-.-.-.-..Mw
J 2-car garager central heat.Terms. Kraft or Blue PlateMAYONNAISE .
Robert L..Danner; builder. Phone FRED A. FRUITS '
: HE 92172. 4-23-tf PANDA IN THE POT .. quart49e,
: Siewteff,over the dreadfol pa* I' JEWELER.DIAMONDSWATCHES. 1 r .
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catty of It *H ta Lad_panda FROZEN FOODS
YOUMAY BE. ."CM'CM. Dear worry 'fart Par Kea 6 ox. t : "'."' ..' '
,,.<. of to The show cosmetic one AVON,we are! and complete looking toiletries.line for a-hat ab.U'b gets ..&11.; .1\...:.... .....}I.........-...'......._ ... 1 LIMEADE' ; ;v >' '3'
';R Write, Mrs. J. Mlla lch. 'Box I-
':I %46. ,Lockhart., Florida, Sankist 6 oz. .

"'T' -- CRAIG FUNERAL.HOME. :LEMONADE.'o ,. 9 for Slo .
II dae 10BABY oz. .., -!
A. R. 'F1iBend'DIIector' \
I.. ';'.BEACH;BEALTT CO.. JO /4 CyXG HARDDT. Auodata LIMA BEANS' ,-- T:4: ." : '.d: _, :'

.. LOTS, HOMES. OCEAN FRONT. Ate'' I f... .... :: l "
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See us..[.TNt r ol Mtert* sib .. CHAPEL.. *.. ; ,AMBULANCES BROCCOLI EAR8 ,' :, .
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c t. Office,'Phbae HE 9-2032 ... ....
Phone ID'7-3532 ,',t/. ,
.- ResIdence' Phones ID 7-3691 CAULIFLOWER :
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Port of Tampa
. : Ancient Egyptians loved orna-
LODGE No. 200,
\ mental nd flowers. Ram-
Handles Biggest eses the plantsa Great boasted that he F.&A.M.. Call On Us
had furnished at least 19 mil Meets First and Third Tuesday

Ship TonnageFlorida's lion ceremonial bouquets to Dean M. Peterson W. M. .
temples. JOHN A. CLEGG Secy.' I II f .
larger ports handled I I ..' .
waterborne at I II ,..
exports valued 4
$279,400,000 and imports worth FROM ONE HOUSEWIFE TO ANOTHER *"? "* i

$273,800,000 last year, the Flor- lt .,
ida State Chamber of Commerce When -

reports., 11I I,MA9E.L t tv : : ,
Export, cargos came, to 3,985 JUST FlMlfW&D MY VfeEK-EMD MABKETIMG.\ .
800 tons and imports from. DID ALL OP IT*r ooa own.. LOCAL SToRes -, D
foreign lands Jo 5,175,050'tons, .*TRAFFIC AND 1KB MOBS AT THAT ftUlAVMAY CfeUTER.VA4KRS .
Compared to '1957, exports were TUKTMUC*. CHOPPINGMBRRVGO'ROUND
down 13:percent'in volume..and FRA.1-X.LES OM&S NERVES AND WRECKS ONES PKftT I II YouNeedGOOD "
CfefcD Mouev OAteuue.AU urry of TIMC.,
10 cent in value. Imports
per Doiua MY ffuopptwp ttie+rr MERE AT UOMC. <{< t
were up]slightly in volume, and TWt.MCRCMAMTS MERE.*MV FR> were worth 9'per cent,more,than -AMD. CBRTAlMLV TWlMK,IT MAKES EM9B TO .

1957. .
Tampa,, which accounted for TPAD. ::-u_.

about 4Cuper cent.of the"state's :::.:., ,
'foreign commerce total, handled ATNOME.
3,948,400.tonsin exports and imports :
together,. worth $105,200
000 last year. Jacksonville moved .- i
1,833,600 tons worth $129,600,000;
Port Everglades 1,623,000 tons at

$44300,000; West. Palm Beach
777,350 tons at $132,700,000, the
highest value of any port's foreign
l' trade in the. state., Printing \
Miami's port moved :567,150 = :
tons worth, $101,600,000; Pensa V VM
cola handledL203,300tons;, ,worth I
'$26,000,000; Boca Grande (export I

only) moved 145,650 tons atl.- I
300,000 and:Panama City moved
90,950 tons II at.$9,100,000.The INSIRE-Stiy toured & Rest Assured
state totals include small. .
er shipments through other ports, OFFICE FORMS
not reported separately.- These GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM

I figures are preliminary and, re '

fer to. water-borne foreign trade H. T. COOK 'AGENCY ENVELOPES.INVOICES .
only. Other tpes- of, water, com- .
merce and air traffic are excluded Citizens Bank BIdg. Bunnell, Floridadon't
from these tabulations. ,

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Why with outdated I
put up an crampedforroomrefrigerator .. .
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t Modem-designed for MORE I I I Choice of styles,sizes,models
food space,LESS floor space. and colors. Single-door,' '
Shelves glide out or swing III double-door and cabinet- 'ialID'73282 '

:: out. ..no groping, no fumbling \ type for walls. See them at .

... ,no spilling.Refrigerator your favorite electric appli- !:::!' ., :

defrosts automatically no ance dealers now.At the same >.1 i. .
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muss no fuss.Spacious freezer time, look at the new home '
., sections for storing meats, poultry freezers. And 'remember-all- :: tr :::': :::7 }: : -,

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.. '\ cooked food for future meals. Ice '.) .buy,cheaper to use,and maintain -I i-. i.' ., : ':.
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