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: October 1, 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
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System ID: UF00079914:00145
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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: 'Voters Will Face 'Mrs. Fuller- To Flagler County 4-H Club

L Head Dollars For

( ; .': ." .. Three Elections Democrats DriveMrs. Livestock Show Opens

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M. B. Fuller, Bunnell today ,
r' : : On November 3 was named Chairman of At Courthouse Saturday

the Flagler County Dollars for
k, (BY M. B. Fuller) Democrats Drive. Mrs. Fuller was
appointed to ;this vital post by Flagler County 4-H Livestock
[ Flagler county voters will face Lamar Harris
State Co-Chairman J. Edwin Lar- Health Show will open at 1 o'clock Sat
three separate election Tuesday,
r. LocalCleaning son, State Treasurer and Insurance urday afternoon at the court '
November 3.
i.. Commissioner, and Robert house, showing about 25 ani
c One is on a constitutionalt' Plant M. Morgan, Miami business. Sets Polio Clinic mals, according to information I

: '. amendment to reapportion the t Co-Chairman:Larson and Mor. All day Polio Clinic will be received from County Agent
r legislature. Another: to elect Lamar Harris of Bunnell has gan saidthe, slogan for this held at the Flagler Health De- Howard Taylor's office.
school trustees and, school mill. purchased the Bunnell Cleaners year's drive ,is Target: 1960" partment on October Sixth and Animals that are entered in
: age levy. ,Still another is to de. from Mrs. Dorothy Hull and and the theme of the drive is 13th, members of the staff said the show have been raised by
termine whether school trustees Bobby Hull this week. Mr. Harris "It's smart to do your part for today. The clinic will be for the 4-H Club members and
t. shall be abolished in Flagler assumed management of the your Party." They explained that adults and children who need range from calves up to 24- I'
f. County. cleaning plant Monday of this the key to ,the success of this immunization. months-olds.
f't'' The amendment on week. campaign is the ability of the 'for and fitting .
.-, "There is a shortage of vac- Co-judging cattle
;',. ,. ment would create a apportion-I Mr. Harris said he will continue local chairmen and cochairmento cine and we are fortunate in and showmanship will be
f' Senate instead of 38 as to give quality service to recruit effective doorbell- having a supply on hand at County Agent Gordon Ellis of
create a 104 member House instead customers.The ringers. Callahan and Assistant
this time. We would like for County
f' of the 95 member House plant has been under the The state leaders pointed ,out the people of Flagler county to Agent Jim Yelvington of Duval
!t. as at present. Flagler county management of Bobby Hull for that Democratic Partystrength: take advantage of this oppor- County.
will not be directly affected by the past yean, will come' from the contributions tunity while it lasts," Dr. J. R. Show assistants are Jack Balk-
;; adoption or rejection of the of many regardless of size, Sayers said. corn, Albert Magill, and Lee
amendment. I rather than ''substantial gifts All persons up to 40 years of Drawdy of Duval county and
I Legal advertisements are now BusinessmenHear I from only a '''few, as was IndIcated age are advised to take Polio Tommy Prator of Nassau coun
being printed in The Tribune by, the Gore Senate Committee immunization shots.Syd ty. Tommy Prator, a 4-H'er ,of
r: calling the elections on the Speakers, I Report as having occurredin 4 Nassau county will serve as an-
,,' school questions. The legal advertisement the Republician Party fund nouncer.
calling the election The Bunnell Businessmens Association raising campaign during 1956. Herlong Trophies, Ir..be.. awarded for:
'4 on the amendment was run on meeting last Friday The co.cha'1.'man'expressed Grand Champion Jersey; Reserve
; September 3 and 10. evening' heard Wallace H. Jones hope that widespread participation Visits in County Grand Champion Jersey; Grand
, Since it is but a little over, a representing the Florida Development of Democratic Party Champion Guernsey; t' Reserve
i-: month until voters will be'marking Commission, and C.: R. members throughoutFlorida Grand Champion Gurensey;
; 'these'{ separate ballots for Jasper, ,representing a private will strengthen party spirit and This Friday: Showmanship contest first place; .
r separate elections on the same credit rating' firm. .' finances to assure victory in the Fitting, first place.
day, perhaps some of them need Mr. Jones f' gave' the associa forthcoming election ,campaigns. Congressman. S. (Syd) Her- Pins will be presented to second -
'f'. to become more familiar with tion some, idea .what may be I long will,Kvisit/in Bunnell and and third place winners in
.. what is involved. necessary to induce small industry and.Girls I Flagler: Beach Friday, October 2. showmanshipand and fitting. No
/.:': .. ._ I believeJJie,usual levy?of;,10.. .to locate, In the county, Boys He Is. on his annual tour:of the_. cash prizes will,he awarded, ..
I mills for, schoo'' 'ln. special tax saying that the,. Commission* is Four-H Clubs Elect: district with, hiS mobile office. only 4.H'vard ribbons. "
school district 2 should be voted. ready at all times to assist in I I The mobile ,office will be L. L, G"agyill ''present the

This tax levy,is necessary for op any way ,it can. Susan Brannam, was. electedas parked in the. downtown sectionof ribbons and representatives of
erations of the schools as they Mr. Jasper was interested in president of the Girl's 4-H Moody, .Boulevard in Bunnell firms donating the trophies will
are being, operated today.I !establishing .a private credit Club and Johnny 'Simpson was from 12 to 1:30 Friday. present the trophies. _
I became convinced many rating bureau 'for business men elected president of the Boy's 4- He will be. parked. on EighthSt. Four-H'ers serving, on show
years ago that the office of here. H ,Club at their meetings last between AlA and the recrea committees include: Committeefor
school trustee is wholly unneces- Reports was 'heard"\from sev- week. tion center in Flagler Beach securing trophies, Mike Mc.
sary in today's operation of eral committees, including the Judy Lewis was elected as vice from 10 to 11:30 Friday morn- Millan, Arthur Carle, and, Jerry
schools. Thes office of trustee Christmas project committee.The president of the' girls club and ing.Voters Burnsed. '
was set up back in the daysof association will meet a- I Allida Tucker was elected secre- of the county are in- Serving online* show ring and
the one-room rural school gain on Monday, November 2, tarytreasurer.In vited to call by the mobile office tie rack committee are Eddie
where patrons and taxpayers but a special meeting may be I the boys club Jerry Burn- I and visit with the congress- Pellicer, Arthur Carle, and Hers
were responsible for maintaining called by the president at any sed was elected vice presidentand man. Voters may also discuss chel Simpson..
..... a school in that district alone. time. Randy Morris was named any matters with him at the of Serving on the hamburger and
Today we have but one district secretarytreasurer.Herschel fice.Members cold drink concession committeeare
: in Flagler county-the whole Bulldogs Takes Simpson was namedas of Congressman Her- Nell Johnson, Patty Niesen,
f' county. The trustees can, if theyr reporter I long's staff in Washington said Susan Carle, Faye Bass, Mary
so wish, hamper the proper opI First Home Game he is having to cut his visit in Susan Brannam, Mildred Lewis,
.I'. eration of schools. And, at best, BAHAMAS', NATIVE MUSIC the district short this year because and Ethel :McMillan. This committee
h can render but little construct. From ,Dunnellon Native music of the Bahamas, of the long session of will select adults to helpon
" ive service. called goombay, achieves a congress and the fact that Mr. the food booth, it was stated.
(, Should the people vote to The Bunnell Bulldogs took rhythm and style of its own by I Herlong will have to be back in The public is invited to at-
: .' abolish the office of trustee, the their first home game winning merging folk songs, like Tr nl- Washington the latter part of tend the Flagler County 4-H
L te responsibility they have hereto- from Dunnellon by a score dad's calypso, with percussion this month ,for committee hear- Club Livestock Show this Saturday -
['s' fore had would pass to the Board This was their first 26-14.1 effects ,from -Haiti and Cuba. ings. afternoon at 1 o'clock, Mr.

J- .. of Public. Instruction-actually the season. Taylor said.
;.y : where belongs.. The absence Bunnell .190.at. halftime and
: of trustees in this county would but for two long touchdowns' NATIONAL NEWSPAPER WEEK Jennie Black
scarcely be noted by anyone-if called back it .would, have been .
I: at all. This'is so because their 'even worse. The Bulldogs had Attends Florists'Convention .
'responsibilities more often than another called back in the last ,
,. not are carried.out by the school. period Dunnellon scored their ?il -AGAnl WE 4teMlriD: You THAT
: board anyway. touchdowns' in the third and YOUR COMMUNITY .fVAPEtt ,
r., It would'be much easier to fix fourth periods to narrow the Mrs. Jennie Black, owner of
.r jr' responsibility for satisfactory op.L margin.Jim I I w L- IS WHAT VO U MAKE. IT' Black's ,Flower Shop, was in

eration of the schools with only Burned scored on runs of --E-' SUPPORT YouR Jacksonville Sunday through
' the school board of five men 20' and 43 yards to spark the fr7- UOME.TOWKT: ME.RCWANT Tuesday, attending Southeastern
1 4 than with_ the responsibility divided Bulldogs running attack.; Ronald '1/0 I IJRN Convention and Design School of
f. between board and the Jasczak scored the first Bulldog the florists. .
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.** x trustees.. touchdown on a two yard run The convention was held at
I strongly urge the voters to and Buddy Taylor lunged in. the Robert Meyer Hotel ,there.
is',,' discuss with their 'friends and the second period. I II II I

;. < neighbors the questions and got The Bulldogs made nine first Moody's Named
{ to the polls November and vote. downs to the Tigers four. Bun
r*. To vote intelligently, one mustS nell made 174 yards to their Bus
\.: have a thorough working knowl- opponents 114 yards..
J.?: edge of what will transpire if The Junior High team will -

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.%,. was announced., today.by. coach ler Beach has been named as
$J. The first U.'s. destroyer developed Cliff McGriff. I Southeastern Greyhound Bus

:-,* ... only 1,600 h.p. while 't.. .......-. Agency with -Mrs. George lL'I
.(x destroyer leaders of today like I'I, More, thari100 :persons arc Moody as agent.

f. < the USS Willis,A., 'Lee: develop employed at',;the, missile center i1iIi The store is located on AlA ...
60,000 h.p. ? .. at Florida's Cape Canaveral. just south of the Pier..
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PAGE."TWO v,.., ,, ,,. -. >..THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA.m Thursday, Oct .it'; 1959
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Chevy's Regular' ::1 i I.vette sPorts car Is Included in places the former teadrop shape.;;lap; and: a recalibiated; wood:and-two choices'bf' Brook-

the first public shdwing by Side-trim mouldings'establish I I tor are featured; ,, n/ carbUre-j I wood.. r'*
Chevrolet dealers Friday. distinctive for the *" :i"I ,? ,
appearance .
Regular Line on All passenger series have been Impala, '$el Air and Biscayne I I Brakes have V8. 1 i I New tires are more 'durable.
completely restyled. There Is series. been improvedand Tread life has been increased

Display FridayThe a fresh, new appearance to the The front, compartment, transmission The require less pedal pressure. 12 per cent by new synthetic
exteriors. The interiors.are roomier tunnel has been reduced parking brake :now 'carries rubber and a change 'in the proportion -

conventional line of Chev- and offer new-,:elegance of in width and height to I benefit a Color pop-out choices release I lever. of synthetic and natural
in the 1960 con-
.. I upholstery' and, sidewall treat roominess. The frame has been rubber. The high energy,absorbIng
rolets boasts progressive modifi ventional passenger car line Include tread material also
ment. promisesless
cations. The styling is distinctive reinforced and new rubber insu 13 solids and '10 two-tone impact
with outstanding newnessin The notable. 'design changes lated body mounts give a quieterride. combinations. on bumps, reducedtire
'squeal on turns and
the front and rear sectors. occur in frontal and rear areas. Body types offered include. traction. ,
Passenger space is roomier, more An oval, shaped grille spans the In addition to the new economy Impala: four-door sedan and
comfortable and richly fitted. A hood and encloses widely spaced in the Turbo-Fire V8, the 'sport sedan; sport' coupe and

new economy V8 engine is a- twin headlamps at the outer power, packages include a six convertible. Bel Air: Two and YOUR CLOSEST OUTLETFor
mong chassis,improvements that I edges. The wing overhang at and six other V8 choices. To four-door sedans; ,sport coupe Quality Furniture
promise greater durability and the rear .has been revamped to improve overall economy and and sport sedan. Biscayne: Two "We're Out of the
satisfaction. widen the trunk opening and engine performance in the normal door and four-door sedans anda Hight Rent District"

Nineteen* models (includingthe lower. the leading sill. An en- driving ranges a low lift camshaft utility sedan. Station wag- CHRIS'S FURNITURE

Corvair and the spirited Cor semble of circular tail lamps re, with reduced valve over- ons: Nomad Parkwood, Kings- ,166O Ridge wood Ave Holly Hill

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-with so much that's new room for the man in the choice of two standard engines than ever and a trim new w... b'
C and'different the other ones middle-thanks to the way Chevy's famed HiThrift twotomngmotifthat'savail.s' .. '
,- === can only hope to'come close. Chevrolet engineers have 6 and a new Econ- able on all 16 fresh-minted :

It's the superlative'6lChevshaved: down the trans- omy Turbo-Fire V8 that models._ tn .
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=- grille to the jaunty rear deck, comfort' of this one. And, tends back to its easier-to- and drop drive :.
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Thursday, Oct ,1,< 1959 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL- f4WJUDA.. PAGE'l'HREE S Sehevy

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"pancake" engine which uses a I I'cent lighter:than ,others of simi dealers who will stock parts. and more conventional size cars. *-
CorvairSixPasenger '
s considerable" 'amount of alumi- lar horsepower and gets from 25 accessories.. I. The unique six cylinder en- /

num. Independent suspensionof to '40 per. cent more miles on a i give develops 80 horsepower at 3
An automatic transmission
all four wheels including a gallon of gasoline than a regular 4400. rpm. Bore and stroke are .;
other convenience
and .'
"swing" rear axle. Unitized six-cylinder engine. 3.38x2.6 and the displacement !
items likewise directed to
Sedan on Display body :construction. Weight savings are ,manifest American are tastes 140 cubic inches. Compressionratio
A virtually .fiat"passenger, com- throughout. The air cooling is 8 to 1 and regular grade 2'

Chevrolets Corvair will be unveiled partment floor. Luggage compartment eliminates, the need for a radiator Around these ahievements of gasoline is recommended.The .
Friday in the showroomsof under the hood. Optional a fresh engineering approach,I
and water: system'accessor- 11-gallon gasoline tank is
Hall Tumlin Chevrolet Co. folding rear seat-back, has"built.
on Chevrolet a body with
located forward of the
passenger ,:$>
U. S. 1 and Stone Street. provide more luggage ies.Unitized maximum
space. body construction offerS interior room and compartment, below the floor, r:
The compact, six passenger sedan The rear engine provides a a '30 per cent gain in tor- minimum exterior bulk. The result and is protected by front suspension
which offers a host of features ,fore and aft balance in weight is a four-door sedan with '
I sional ,rigidity and a saving of massive crossmember.
new in American made au ;: that is not practical ,in a. front, approximately 60 percent of the six passenger comfort with these Oil. capacity is four quarts., .
tomobiles. powered car on a short wheel-
weight of a separate frame. : Due to the unique cooling sys :
Chevrolet say the Covair is the base. Traction, braking and: The flat engine design, with Wheelbase, 108 inches. Overall tem, no grille is necessary at the '

product of .a nine-year research steering thereby benefit, it was I accessories at easy reach, may length 180 inches. Height, front, where embellishments include

'. and development program. Special declared. be readily serviced. Another as- II four feet, three inches. Width, chrome bordered dual ;
features include The .use of light weight aluminum :
: set to owners ,is the availabilityof 66.9 inches. Weight, 2340 lbs., headlamps and the Corvair em l
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: low-priced; compact Corvair. both 4-door models-the deluxe. .
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-i research and development at trim, and you get more -I
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traction on ice, mud or snow. engine's air-cooled,you never dealer's the man to see for ,cushioned axle ....,. } ; .
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,; f lower, 2M feet shorter REVOLUTIONARY TURBO-AIR ot.her. "
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2Jfcijfer k' Flagler Woman's Club held '- .;...- Mr.. and Mrs. Lester Cohen, of
eac I the first fall social last Wednes- The first' 'fall meeting of, the New York City are spending this
s day afternoon at the club build Flagler,'Beach Garden Club is week here in the Beecher cot-
ing. Hostesses were Mrs. Bessie scheduled for next'Tuesday, October tage. Mr. Cohen has written
LUNA BABBITT Thiel and Mrs. Reynold Hoover.It 6, at the home of Mrs. several well known books Including
Telephone HEmlock 9.2098 was a "pay-as.you go" meet- William Butuex on South 'Day I the "Story of Billy .
ing and presiding was Mrs. V. tona Ave. Co-hostess will be Mitchll which was also made
BUSY MONTH FORPARENTTEACHER I i WMU MEETING AT W. Haines, vice president, who Mrs.Esther Heydt. 1 I into a movie recently.
MEMBERS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH led a by-laws discussion. Each I

The Flagler Beach PTA makes The Woman's Missionary Society I committee ,chairman gave short Mrs. John Hutson and daughter -I Mrs. Floy Taylor left this weekto
special preparations this month I' had their general program I talks on their duties. Guest Linda from Daytona Beach visit with relatives in Okla- .
for their main project of the and business meeting Monday I speaker was Mrs. Estelle Long spent Wednesday here with her I I I homa.

year, the Halloween Carnival I I:evening at the First Baptist J of St. Augustine who is Fifth. parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Rob I
District Director of the State Department Paul Smyser from Gainesvilleis '
which will be held at the school Church with Mrs. May Shill pre- inson.
on the evening of October 31.I I I siding. I of Public Welfare. Mrs. spending three days this week
Long gave an interesting talk doing some repairs to his
A series of coffees is scheduled The study was concerning the ocean
of each on the work needed in this coun- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hamilton front property.
to get the parents grade work being done by Baptist Mis I i
;, together for the necessary arrangements sionaries for the Indians in ty'and ways that a club might have returned to their home
leading up to it. Oklahoma. This Society has in help.Mrs. here after making a ten-day Some 9V2 million Chinese died
I Hoover asked that items trip to Pennsylvania, New Yorkan from famine in 187778.NO .
the sent boxes of
First grade mothers met Tuesday past clothingto f for the"club publication be turned dthe New England States. i :-
Rev. Frank Belvia who is
morning witn room mothers a I in early and Mrs. Pauline
missionary there and has received
Mrs. Jean Arnold and Mrs. Betty Magee membership chairman, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charon
personal letters of thanks J
Johnson at the home of Mrs. from him. requested each member to bringa have been entertaining as their MONEY: DOWN
Johnson. Present were Mrs. Mae i prospective member as guestto house guests her sister, ''Mrs. -
Mrs. J. C. Weaver gave interesting
Whitney, Mrs. Susie Abbott, Mrs. and informative the next meeting. Mrs. Mamie Mary Diston, from Rhode Island. BUILT ON YOUR LOT
Fred Fruits, Mrs. William Babbitt reporton Gilmore donated a chair. ANYWHERE IN FLA.
the school of instruction she
Mrs. Faye Smith, Mrs. Bar- attended last Hostesses for the business Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Bowen
I Friday at the First SHELL HOMES
bara Morrison with Mrs. Helen Baptist Church in Daytona meeting October 14 will be Mrs. arrived home Saturday after )
Sindelar as Carnival Chairmanand Beach. She outlined some plans May Hendren and Mrs.. Alice spending the summer at their UNFINISHED INSIDESEMI.'FINISHEIY'
Mrs. Bernice Wilson as PTA for the Junior and IntermediateGirls Charon and the summer Dollar cottage in Amherst,.,N. H. '
president.The Dividends are to be reported.In 95% "FINISHED"FRAME
Auxiliaries. One guest,
schedule continues with Mrs. Ethel Meller was 'present. :addition'to the guest speaker, H. L. Wilson has arrived here OR BLOCK
the sixth grade mothers meet- the other guest was Mrs. Mary from Winston-Salem, N. C. and LOCK & KEY JOBS

ing on Wednesday in the school Worldwide Communion will be Diston. is starting to build a new homeon Visit Model Home 1
cafetoriuru with room mothers observed at the Dainty refreshments were serv- Central' Ave. Mrs. Wilson is
Mrs. C. Rockette and Mrs. J. C. morning ed by Mrs. Thiel and Mrs. to come down later and they
Weaver for plans on the sup- Worship Service of the Flagler Hoover. plan to make their home here. Crumpton Builders
Beach Methodist Church at 9:30 I
that will be served at the
carnival. Sunday morning, the pastor, Rev.i j Mrs. Caroline Barditzky spent Mrs. Nancy Youree, who is EASTLATliA
Mrs. Bernice Wilson will be. Reynold Hoover said,today. Serve I ten days in Eustis with her husband one of the teachers of Bunnell Acorn",.',. from" Fair Grounds
< hostess at her home on Thursday ices are held at the Flagler I Henry, who is employed School, has moved to the beach I I )J GK<:.\ S PADGETT-1101,
morning at 9:30; for the Beach Woman's Club House. I there with the State Road De and is living at Charon's apart

mothers of the second gradersand partment. _. ments. ,
_n_ they _are__ to__ _run___ the____ gamma III -- -- -- ----
room in the carnival.
The fifth grade mothers are ,
also to meet Friday? moaning at Week-end Food Values I ::1
the home of Mrs. Helen Sinde- S ,rt(.

;.,.'I lar to discuss plans for selling
hot dogs and cold drinks. Announcement
will be made later '

r for ers Regular the to get 3rd business together.and 4th grade meeting moth-for ;: Chops 59! :' 8 Tall $5100

the PTA is to be next Tuesday Cans
evening, October 6, at the school. ,
, Mrs. Marge Ross, program chairman Limit 8 with $5.00 or more order
, will present a film and -.If.., I .-""' .
there will be a discussion for WISCONSIN TASTYCheese S SUNSPUN
I the needs of school age children.
The PTA is also sponsoring *
the pre.teen' dances at the rec- 49! Qleo 2 25

ning.reation center every Friday eve ,?, S

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r--I'"f News that Col. E. E. 'Owens
.:; 85, died last* Monday in Seneca, Bacon Weiners49 '
S. C. came to J. W. Green this 29BETTER
week. Col. Owens lived here
several years and was makinghis S
home with Mr. and Mrs. G.
H. Hunt after leaving here. They SWIFTS PREMIUMChuck BRAND l
stated that he suffered a heart '

I attack. Roast 49 ;
Pure.Lard. 39

t Graham Guests last and week her mother of Mrs., Elsie Mrs. 3 \Ib\ jar

A. M. Flowers, are Rev. and Mrs.
I I. S. Murphy, Sr., from Oklawaha Limit Please
; and also Mrs. I. S. Murphy, Jr., U. S. GOOD ,
from Wildwood. Mrs. Murphy, SWIFTS PREMIUM 11/2 K Can
k Sr, is Mrs. Graham's sister.
Brisket Stew 29! ,

worth Mr. and arrived Mrs. Frank Sunday Rollings from Spaghetti B uS3or$100. ,

Hamilton Ontario, Canada, to
visit a week here with her sister ...
and brother in law Mr. and 4 POUND BAGApples
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I Thursday, Oct.-1,1959- .__ THE '.ELAGLEB CMB.UNfl, 3UNNELL, FLORIDA'" x PAGE FIVE

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I Mrs-,",Maude Holland has returned -, change at the girls' expense. ers flew. Mike and Randy were

: I to her home' here aftera This weekend be play St. covered with lard'so you can
-j visit of' three weeks in Jack Joe. Good luck boys we'llbe, I. imagine where most of the

;sonville with relatives. She was yelling for'you. feathers landed. Its all in fun

accompanied home by her brother Anyone passing'through town I and they will probably be do-
Saturday night probably thought ing the same thing soon to the
in law, Mr. and
I LOGF LS and sister
Mrs. George Deen of Gainesvillewho I there was a fire somewhere. All Freshman class under them.That's .
learn and then
the .4-H Club members were life-you
I spent'Tuesday and Wednesday ..-
running around town in searchof you teach.
I here with her. I such things.as goldfish, a box

,. INJURED IN.AUTO WRECK |, Duffy Thompson is reported to I of water, a cold spring, a police Our word "dollar" comes from

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wells are j' be improving at the Halifax I C. J. Muzyka has returned to FGainesville man's signature, etc. Some of the German "daler" or /"thaler,"
in the local hospital rec Hospital in Daytona Beach wherehe where' he is attending ; them were even' seen countingthe first used in 1519.
treatment for injuries iVing'l is a. patient. He was injured'I the University of Florida. window panes in the court

in 'an automomible wreck in a fall from a pole at Lake i house. Really, there was no
.I fire only a scavenger hunt. Of
day afternoon. Helen last Thursday afternoon.He
course some of. the members
I expects to return to his home Bunnell I found the party a little crowdedso Hercules Vacuum Cleaner

Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Revels has I here within the next day or two, they went'to.Daytona to bowl

I as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Thompson said today. High School I for awhile. To top it all off Sewing Machine Corp.We .

George Revels and Miss Elsie they, about six or eight of them, can furnish parts for and
Revels of Jacksonville' and Dr. Headlines I went in one volkswagon. From I service any sewing machineor

and Mrs. L. J. Sutton and familyof I (By Betty Jo Revels) I what I hear they,all had a good vacuum cleaner. Real bargains
time at the bowling I
Cocoa. on new, used & rebuilt
this week'spatterns. /\ .1. As I said last week, we were]! alley. machines.
hoping the score on the score-)! JoAnn Morris attended a fra- :
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Riddell
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; board would be in our favor,II ternity party in Daytona Beach 921 VoliiBln Ave. Daytona Beach
motored to Jacksonville Sunday BY AUCREY LANE and. it was. The team playeda this weekend as the date of Jim CL 3-6661
where they enjoyed a, visit with I I
Jim and
n II good game, especially Cook.
Mrs. Riddell's son and daughter Burnsed. Jim made. four
Jerry I Everybody was asking Judy I I
in law, Mr. and 'Mrs. Joy I touchdowns, two of which didn't I Lewis who her good looking .

Sisco. II count, and Jerry made a good date was this weekend. She

I run which looked 'as though it finally told us his name is

' Dr. and Mrs. John Canakaris was going'to be another one. Wayne Ivey and he is from Atlanta

! were in Atlanta, Ga., Sunday Anyway, the 'Bulldogs ended up but she didn't tell us till i i HAVEFUN

through Tuesday. I I' beating' Dunnellon by a score he was on his way home. Don't I
I of 26 to 14.Everything. 'blame you Judy.
:, i I I 'Herbert Rodgers was home 1
and I Ithis'
Mr. Mrs.. F. H. Howell seemed to be going weekend from Jacksonville.I
have returned to their home good for. Bunnell Friday
While here he escorted Marlene
here, for an extended stay. Mr. y night. The Biggest Little Bandin Ricks to the football game and.
Howell is on sick leave formthe, Dixie put on an unusual
dance. By the way, :Marlene,
,' show. All the lights were turn. .
Engineers.Mr. you sure made a cute cheer
ed out and they presented a
leader to
Friday night. Sorry
member of someonewitha
light show. Each Surprise
: : and ,Mrs. Louis Trad were hear Betty Abbott wasn't feeling
the band had a tiny light on Long Distance Call .
well .
in Jacksonville recently visiting though.To
foot. The Seniors
his her
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\ everyone's surprise, Linda made "just to say hello.
with their son in law and also had successful dance following
daughter, Mr. and, Mrs. Jack the game. Revels is wearing glasses this The fun of phoning is

Milholland. They, were there for i week. She probably got themso high yet station-to-
r The physics class- put on an she could see Arthur a little aie'
the. baptism of their grandson station rates low.
,,' interesting last Friday. better. Right, Linda? j I
Jack Warren Milholland, Jr., who
ended the Freshman
The program was on radiation, Today
{ was born on August 24. Mrs. initiation, and they really got
I its effects, and the ways to pro Call
Milholland, is the* former Miss i I tect yourself from 'it. It 'was initiated. They all looked so Long '

Nazhla Trad of Bunnell. : a very worthwhile and amusing unusual in their most unbe
y ) I ,
I program, thanks to Arthur Carle coming outfits;' Of course Mike Distance
Mrs. A. A. Walker has return : 1362 who explained the harm of'radiated Cook and Randy Morris looked

ed home from Daytona Beach I I I ttll.tbYi food in.a very comical way. more like members of/the chicken -

where she '.received; medical At the assembly program, Mr.I family when they got It's Faster to '
treatment, at the Halifax hos 4r* Hornsby, our principal, announced through with their.pillow ,fights.1 Call, by NumberBIANNAM'S .
pital. I I that the Junior class would I The pillow burst_and the feath-I _

A lrat hi ptt! I be allowed 'to carry out their
plans concerning the electionof
Mrs. M. B. Butler left Wednes I \ 'I
homecoming candidates. Each
day 'for art'extended, stay in Rochester : class will be able to pick one

N. Y., with Mr. and Mrs.' I'"I senior couple. From these eight

Sammy May and family. t ::. I students our homecoming King
1 and Queen for 1959 will be se-

r : Mrs. A. F.Tucker has returned II lected. Classes are asked to Food MarketYour

from Cocoa where she spent two iT: Drift Pattern No. 1362-COMPLETE vote on their. couple at least .
QUICKLY-A avaf-as-a-p/n daytim.rthat
two weeks before homecoming
weeks visiting with her son and is which is October 3(1.-- I. am also
and ,
his family, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert expert.No.
Red & White Store
1362 with PHOTO-GUIDE /> In requested to remind the classes
l Tucker.Mr. size I2'/,, M'/,,1 24Vt. 262. Svz..14%, 35 bust 4 yardtof the parade. 'r ..
119 N. BAY St. Phone ID 7-3496
and Mrs. W. W. Deen
now, I the news
N..d/.wo/ir Pattern No. 173-011.pof- ,By suppose
and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bertha I
has leaked out. The cheer lead-
f rn-two /ovcfjr' doilies/ In maty crocncff
were in Miami from Tuesday to You'll find manVM for tn.,. matching ers are sponsoring a G.P. A.
Saturday' last week. Mr. Deen 9 and 12 Inch doi/iw. No. 173 hat crochet dance this Friday night. In Maxwell HouseCOFFEE

and Mr. Bertha were there attending direction; ttitch; illuttrationt. case you don't know what.G.P.A.stands .
Send 3Sc for each drift ,
pattern 25c 49e
the Florida Fruit and for each n..dl work pattern add JOe for for, it means girls pay 1 ,Ib Bag
': Vegetable Association conven each pattern for ",,,-class mai/fog) to all. So I guess you boys will Limit 1 Ib with $5.00 order
AUDREY LANE BUREAU, Dept. "NWNS," be dating this weekend for a
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:the Florida East Coast Railway, by the Georgia Northern l sk4'nd expense of moving

t.. Ghost Town Is Contest Prize r rR :founded by Flagler in the late! Railroad, 'which later sold if to the car. .

F' 19th century. the Chesapeake Western, a short At just about, the time, Flag.

;: I Journalist and railroad historian line operating in southwest Vir _.(Continued to page 7)

i Lucius Beebe will serve ginia.

ky as a, consultant in the restora- Eleven years ago D. W. FREE PAINT,

tion project. Thomas, president of the Chesapeake One extra gallon of your choice
From St. Augustine the car Western, sold the car to -- with 'each gallon you buy

,/' I will be moved to Palm.Beach Lam, his section foreman. Lam, Mary Carter Paint Store :
t i and a place of honor at the a 37-year veteran railroader and .
r,'> part time farmer, removed the Ormond Beach at Coquina Barn
Flagler mansion, Whitehall a
t I : Also \Ve.tate Shopping c..ter
world famous luxury landmarknow wheels, sat the coach on his Mc- -- -
: r { rt Gaheysville land, just a few: .
being ,established as a mu REFINANCE YOUR DEBTS
seum in the 'memory of its mul- steps off Chesapeake Western With a Long Term
W. timillionaire builder. tracks, and rented it to tenants.A .
; Coincidence, more than.. anything few months ago Lam de
', I else, led to the recoveryof cided to sell off the old car, FARM LOAN

I the coach by the museum's now in need of repair. His ask-
f If I I sponsors, who had lost track of ing price was $1,000, cash-and- Production Credit Assn.
the old car as it was sold and carry.: Lam collected dozens of

, I I resold by a succession of owners. queries from would-be buyers in WedDes4ayIOOOPALATXA.. FLORIDA

" Some years after Flagler's I many parts of the country, but

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\ Ulcer Gulch Arizona
, Have you ever heard of Ulcer Gulch, Arizona,Probably' not. Thisis & BODY SHOP AL AND ELLIEAT PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS
Post to
the name given.by the Saturday Evening an
town which figures in promotion contest for advertising executives. Complete Collision Service THEIR NEW BAB"You'll Delivery in the County on

r The magazine will actually give the town' away to,the advertising or 24-HOUR Body, WRECKER& Fender Work SERVICE Meet Your Friends'Here"FLAGLER Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fuel
sales executive who furnishes the best last line to a contest jingle. Painting Matching: :, Free EstimatesU. BEACH Gasoline

, The town in question until recently In its 'e7d.87.e town had a population 1 So. OP BUNNELL
Days ID 7.3372-Nlte ID 7-3267 U.S. 1 N. Bunnell ID .7. 616
. known as Stanton. Arizona of 2000.The hotel was built I The Coolest Spot for the Coolest

has a'bloody history dating backto in 1861.The.saloon has the original AUTO SERVICE Draft BeerSANDPIPER FURNITURE
186L The last person it was 24-inch adobe walls.It BAR
named for was shot and killed in is said that gold prospectors I McDANIEL'S GIFTSLUNCHESOn
1888.;:The ten-acre town has a saloon actually-found solid nuggets lyingon the Ocean Side of AlA 3 Miles REED'SDiscount
an 11-room hotel general top of the'ground. Today'some Service Station North of Flagler Pier FurnitureUP
home experts" claim that much wealth "Keep Cool at George & Millie's"I
store post office a private STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS TO 50, DISCOUNTOn
and three outhouses.The town will remains undiscovered in Rich Hill PHONE HE 9-2156 Furniture and AppliancesNew
be deeded to the contest winner' which is just outside 'the- town Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs I and Used -

and named after him. i limits. Bunnell ID 7-7119 BUILDING SUPPLIES 1100 Flomich':;Ave.-Holly Hill
Charles P.1 Stanton bossed the Ulcer Gulch ,is somewhere 75

t Town until 1888 ruling with a miles northwest Phoenix on the Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION WICKLINE FLOOR COVERING
g L smoking gun. He is,reported to Santa Fe' line, not 'far from the
:' have killed 25 people before a Weaver Mountains and about 10 Building Supplies Tilecraft' Company"LET
band of bandits killed him in'the miles from the nearest community GULF TIRES &: BATTERIESOpen CEMENT = CEMENT BLOCKS
bar that stands today Congress Junction which hasa US FLOOR YOU"
7 .A.'M.-I0 P.M.-7 Days
Ulcer Gulch started as a gold Post Office railway eXpress office Armstrong & Kentile
placer, mining camp in 1863 when and 'population of some 150 State&Lambert US 1=ID 7-7190 Flagler Beach,'*= HE 9.2254 Sold and InstalledAll

.. it was known,as Antelope Station. persons. ,;a! Work Guaranteed
Colonial Service StationEARL
Beach OR 7.3181
CLEANERS ,. Ormond -
> County officials; executives of E. RICE. Proprietor ?
, way, first of live lines that will CLEANING Gray's ,Garden_ Center
Flagler'sPrivate haul the car ,to Florida. and local SERVICE Headquarters for Gardening Need
rallro'd'buffs. Open Dally 1.8 to 5 Ceramics Gifts.Materials Dry Arrangement

f I 'd Hall's Atlantic StationJack Closedall day Thursday Fertilizers
Rail CarA Annuals Shrubbery -
First step on the, journey
Hall Phone ID 7-3188 TORO LAWN MOWERS .
.homeward will be St. Augustine,
115 N. Bay St. Bunnell 147 Tomoka: Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051S
long-lost symbol of the here the car, built in 1886 at GASOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatteriesAccessories OltaiOND
den Age of American a 'cost of $70,000, will be com.r. CONCRETE PRODUCTS
,the private' ,coach of rail andoU ,I .. ROAD ,SERVICE HARDWARE *.' J_
magnate Henry Morrison Flag J BUNNELL Tel. ID 7-3652 Your "Q" For ConcreteDial Bunnell Farmers Supply: Co.
on the l .JOllN'DEEREAgricultural
ler-pulled out today
I Registered J. L. Presswood Garage &Industrial Equipment
first leg of its journey back STANDARD PRODUCTS CL 3.8113DAYTONA STEEL

home to Florida and a new career Real Estate ] General Repairing-Road ServiceTires BEACH Bars & Shapes Hot & Cold' Rolled
after .years of obscurity.The Broke1 Tubes A Accessories 1 Black, &Galvanized Pipe & Fittings
described as Bunnell, o Visit Our Grocery Department Concrete Inc. LAWN MOWER REPAIRS
coach, once Quillian's
"a mansion on rails," had set I' ........ ... ... .......--............ I For Frozen Cubed Foods Ice and Staples DEEN RD. Phone I"* 73143 ..

on concrete blocks on a farm HE 9-2139 FLAGLER BEACHSullivan's DRUG STORES Village Hardware Center

near McGaheysville, Virginia Gulf' Service HOUSE PAINTS
for the past 11 years. It was Draglining
GULF Anderson Drug Store Match and mix any color
rented by owner Jesse Lam
av succession of tenants.Sponsors : BulldozingLand TIRES-TUBE8-ACCESSORIES"G AS-OILS-LUD RICA TIOI -- ,Prescriptions Builder's, Supplies Kitchenware

of the Flagler Muse- Beach Information Sick Room Supplies GIFTS GREETING CARDS'AlA

um in Palm Beach were led to I I I "Specializing Clean Rest: In Rooms"In Service and ,Sundries Ormond Beach CL 2-0420
it when Lam encountered difficulty Clearing I The Heart of Flagler Beach BUNNELL
trying to sell it, and his

plight was reported' in the Vir- GradingP. AUTO REPAIRS Moody's PharmacyFlagler PAINT MART 1

ginia .press. Shield Service Station County's,Corner Drug Store HANNA & VEL-VON PAINT
The 4Q-ton coach, loaded on A. EDMONSON Chester McKenzie'Mechanic PRESCRIPTIONS One Coat Plastic Finish

three flatcars, was given a ceremonial Phone IDlewood 7-3376 COMPLETE AUTQ REPAIRS DRUGS-SUNDRIES Stops Masonry Dampness /
scndoff by Rockingham Paint Sundries
I Right Now We'll Overhaul' and FOUNTAIN SERVICE v
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Repair Your Power. MowerNo Bunnell Flo. Phone ID 7.3661 I
Job Too Big Or Too Small Ph. OR 7.0761
INSVRE-Stay Insured & Rest Assured 1 111 No. Bay St. Bunnell I ORMOND PRESCRIPTION I II R. MOODY

GET THE,, BEST PROTECTION FROM 24-Hour Towing Service Sick Room SupplIes-Sundries : or Small
24-Hour ,Prescription Service
COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS J ID 7-3240 Bunnell, Florida
Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt.
H. T., COOK AGENCY Automatic Wheel Balancing-Front Transmission Service End I AlA 1 mi. North of t
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Citizens, Bank.BIdg. Buniell, ,Florida I Thompson PharmacyYour DON'S RADIO & TV
i Health Is Wealth Zenith Sales ,and Service"We

SERVICE I and Service the Rest" ,
Rebuilding ,
Repairing- 141 W. Granada-Ormond 7-1421 AUTO RADIOS A SPECIALTYU.S.
ON ALL MAKES OP Hwy. I.Ormond OR 7.1473
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MUSEUM TO GET and are being ,shipped 'to ,St. other lines that will transportthe I RESOLUTION weeks In The Flagler Tribune a
WHEREAS .I1ece88ary newspaper of general circulation
it Is and
'HNERY FLAGLER'S Augustine on the. ame flatcars. coach along its T O-mile. imperative that additional revenue throughout the County of Flagler

route are Norfolk & Western, to that to be: raised by; General and published in said County thata
PRIVATE RAIL CAR The coach 'was :built in Wil- Levy be obtained for the operation. notice specifying the names of
Winston-Salem Southbound and I and maintenance of.the public free I the inspectors and clerks of elec-
(Continued from page 6) mington, Delaware, by Jackson. schools in Special Tax School District. tion in said District shall be pub
the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad.IN No. 1 in Flagler County."Florida,-asI I lished once in said newspaper at
& Sharp, fore-runner of American [created under and by virute of the least fifteen (15) days before the

lei's heirs, unaware that the old Car and Foundry. In 1904 _--I laws of the State',of Florida and holding of said election.
TILE CIRCUI'. COLRT OF this Board estimated that for the J BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDby
existed longer,
car even any the car refitted and modernIzed KLAGLER COUNT FLORIDA, [I next two years a_ 10 mill tax on said Board that the Chairman
'were'mapping to create the real and and Secretary of this Board are
plans i IN CHANCERY NO. 3822 personal property I
by Flagler's own line, the JOHN VIDALIS. also Known as 'I telephone telegraph and railroads instructed to take all other or fur-

the Flagler museum. Representatives Florida East Coast, which soon JEAN VIDALIS. I. in said district Is necessary for the ther steps as may. be needful in
accordance with law to this
to Plaintiff. exclusive purpose of' operating and 1 carry
were will repeat the Job after an in. vs. : maintaining the public free schools Resolution into effect. ,
the country for the original I MARGARET VIDALIS. I in said district and PASSED in open session by the
scour terval of 55 years. Defendant. I Board of Public Instruction' of

furnishings ,of, Whitehall, 'a onetime I Besides the'Chesapeake West- NOTICE TO DEFEND I I three WHEREAS Trustees it of is said required special that Tax Flagler County. Florida at its
meeting on the 8th day of September -
of luxury and THE STATE! OF FLORIDA. TO: E School District No. 1 be elected;
showplace ern and the Florida East Coast, Mrs. Margaret, Vidalia I I THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED A. D. 1959.
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articles recountingLam's Box 647 BY
Route 6. THE Board
newspaper I of Public Instruc-
Chairman of the Board of Public
-- Orleans.-.Loulslana ,
New tion of
efforts to sell Flagler County. Florida ,Instruction of Flagler County.
unsuccessful You are hereby notified that aj that an election is hereby called

the old coach came to their at suit has been filed against you Inj I to be held on the date herein fixed 1 1 ATTEST Florida:
entitled cause; and you I i for the
the above purpose herein specified.

) tention. They quickly agreed Bob are hereby required Clerk to of file, this your Court answer 'i, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED Z. D.ex-omcio HOLLAND.Secretary Superintendentand to the

to Lam's caSh.and.cuiterms.. I TV with the thereof ![BY said Board that an.election Board of Public Instruction.Sept. .
,( and to serve a copy upon shall be and is hereby ordered to 24 & Oct. 1-8-15-ttc
the plaintiff or plaintiff's be held in Special Tax School Dls
A Harrisonburg contractor, whose name and address attornCY'1 trict No.1. Flagler' County Flor- NOTICE

Robert F. Neff, was hired to SERVICEall W.407 Cecil i Main Grant Street I ida District at the hereinafter voting places designated in 'said NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

move the coach to the nearby Daytona Beach. Florida the 3rd day of November. 1959, on at the Board of County Commissionerswill
makes not later than October 23rd A.D., I which election shall be submittedto receive sealed bids on the 5th
railroad tracks and mount it on 1959. .' the qualned electors day of October A. D. 1959 at the
qualified to
If" fail to do so, decree pro hour of 9.00 o'clock A. M. in the
you vote in such ,
and his built election residing in
flatcars. Neff men
I confesso will be entered against I said District who have paid taxeson office of the clerk of the Circuit
log runways from the coach to Sales, Tubes and you for the relief demanded in the real or.personal' property in Court in the Flagler County Court
bill of complaint. The nature of said House for the following: ,
+ the track, a distance of 30 yards, I Antenna Installation I' said suit being for divorce. 1 the following District proposition as required, to-wit by law.: All liquid petroleum gas to be
WITNESS my hand and seal of used in the Court .House for a
Determination election
by" to
II pulled the coach to trackside said Court this 21st ,day of Sep- J! who shall be the Trustees for as the period.,of one (1) year from the

,with a powerful winch, and PHONE HE 9-2204 e tember A. D. 1959. next succeeding tw years as Trus- date of the approval of such ,a
t j I (Court Seal RALPH E. HARBERT I tees of said Special Tax School Dis- bid.
then loaded it on flatcars by I Clerk of said Circuit Court; trict No. 1; such names to be printed Bids to be submitted on a gal-

Sept. 24 & Oct. 1-8-14--4tc on the ballot, as be nominated lonage basis delivered to, the
using the winch and several 20- may
I NOTICE OF ELECTION I i by Petition of five or more Court House the successful bid-
ton jacks. NOVEMBER 3, 1959 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF .THE persons filed with said Board at der to furnish all necessary connections -
A RESOLUTION PROVIDING FORA SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.IN least fifteen days prior to the hold- and valves for service.
I Postive,proof of the car's origi- SPECIAL- ELECTION TO BEHELD AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTYI, ing of the election requesting that The Board reserves the right. to
IN FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA. LAW NO. the names of the _persons nomi- reject any and all bids
nal ownership was established FLORIDA. ON THE 3rd DAY OF NOTICE OF RULE NISI nated as Trustees be placed on said DATED at Bunnell. Florida this

I when museum representatives TXUOBKB.. A.IX. 19S9 FOR TilE STATE ROAD DEPARTMENTOF I ballots to be voted on for Trusteesof 15th day of September. A. D. 1959.C. .
i PURPOSE OF DETERMINING FLORIDA. an Agency of the said Special Tax School District H. COWART.
J found the intials "HMF" inscribed I WHETHER OR NOT THE OFFICE State of Florida No. 1. Chairman
in the hand-carved panels ,I SCHOOL DISTRICT TRUSTEE tvLAGLER COUNTY a Political Determination of the number of ATTEST: "
SHALL BE ABOLISHED AND AI.L'I Subdivision of the State of mills of the District School Tax in RALPH E. HARBERT
and of the >
Special Tax
DUTIES OF DISTRICT TRUSTEES Florida. School District No. 1 Clerk
one e-sumptuous observation i SHALL 1IE VESTED IN THE Petitioners to be levied for each of the next Sept. 17-24 & Oct. lj 3tcIN
I succeeding two years for the ex-
I lounge. Dropdown bunks, cut-, INCLUDING LEVY- JOE G. GRABOWSKI et al.. clusive purpose of operating and I ,THE CIRCUIT COURT OKFLAGLER
I Defendants maintaining the public free schoolsof COUNTY FLORIDA IN
glass windows. and;:a beautifully TICLE XII OF THE CONSTITU- NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN said District the estimated mill- I CHANCERY NO. 3K36

carved desk ,in 'the 'observation TION. : PROCEEDINGS.IN I age required for each of the next BERNICE TAYLOR.,
two being 10 mills.
BY THIS BOARD that the following -
original wheels were. recovered FLORIDA: COUNTY ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN places are. hereby designated -

in the 1. That election AND to all persons and par- as polling places in said District Defendant
Chesapeake West- a special be and.1 right in which said election is to NOTICE TO DEFEND
the claiming any
same is called to be held In ties having or
ern : at Elkton
shops mortgage
t Virginia Flagler County. Florida; on Tuesday title interest estate Fred Taylor
lien to or in the parcel of PRECINCT No. 1 Bunnell-Court
the 3rd day of November.D. other Address TTnlrnn
I .. 1959, for the purpose of determining land herefollowing' i na ft er. d esef abed and the House. You ;notified that
are hereby a
I. all
together, PRECINCT No. 2 Fla- ler Beach
whether' or not the office of person
suit has been filed against you in
claiming by. -Chris Kariakis
county special tax school unknown persons Building.
t FOR trustees shall be abolished and district all through or under known persons PRECINCT No. 3 Haw Creek- the above entitled cause; and you
I duties of district trustees shall be who are dead or who are not Community Building.PRECINCT are hereby required to file your
be dead or alive: No. 3-A Korona answer with the Clerk of this
vested in the board known to ,
county of
SHELL FILL & SAND lic instruction; including levying pub- Joe G. Grabowski I Church Hall.PRECINCT.' Court and to serve a copy thereof
tr taxes provided by Article XII Route 2, Box 178 No. 4 St. Johns Park upon the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney -
whose name and addressis
the constitution. Evansville Indiana -Community Hall. _
ti DIRT CONTRACTSCALL 2. That the ,places'of voting in Matilda Grabowski PRECINCT No. 4-A;. B u n n e 11- :
\ said special election shall be the Route 2, Box 178 Masonic Temple. Ray Selden
I. usual places of Evansville. Indiana PRECINCT No. 5 Espanola- Selden Building
county in voting In said' SEL'TIOS1301021'1 STATE ROADS Community Hall.PRECINCT ." : 800 Main Street
general Elections
in FLAGLER COUNTYDESCRIPTION No. 5-A AlA Highway Daytona Beach. Floridanot
Flagler .
County and to be used in .... later than October 16 D.
I the Special Election -Johnson Memorial Chapel. A. .
EMIL MISSINNEPhone said county on the held in SRD No. 11-R RIGHT OF WAY The foregoing election precincts 1959: ,

vember.. A,D. 1959,.,.for-3rdday.the_ratifica of No- That part ,of: being all the election precincts in If you fall to do so. decree pro
I tion or rejection Lots 5 and 6. BtocJtll1. Korona, said Special Tax School District No. confesso will b& entered againstyou
HE 9-2094 Resolution No. 660 of Senate Joint as shown in 'Map Book'l. Page 1 in Flagler County Florida.BE for the relief demanded in the
amendment to the proposing an ]O. Public Records of Flagler IT FURTHER RESOLVED bill of complaint. The nature of
1- FLAGLER BEACH the State of Florida.Constitution of County. Florida which lies East- that this Board shall appoint the said suit' being for Divorce.

: J be open ,at voting The polls will erly of and adjacent ,to the existing persons who are to be, inspectorsand WITNESS my hand and seal of
day of said Special places on the -right of way of State clerks for each respective poll- said Court this 15th day of September -
seven o'clock A.'M. Election from Road No. 5 (U.S. No. 1); ing place at which said election is A. D. 1959.
clock P. M. on the until seven o'- lying Easterly of and within 110 to be held and shall publish said (Official Seal)
NOTICE, OF SPECIAL MASTER'SNotice duly qualified same day. All feet of the survey line' of State names as law. RALPH E. HARBERT. -
registered FURTHER
SALE residing in Flagler electors Road No. 5. Section 7301; said sur- BE IT RESOLVEDthat Clerk of said Circuit Court
la hereby siren that un- permitted to vote In County will be vey' line being described and located there shall be prepared and Sept. 17-24 & Oct. 1-8-Itc
der and pursuant to that certain election. said special as follows: furnished to said inspectors of elec-

Final Decree of Foreclosure and 3. The I Begin on the North line of Sec- tion for use at said election the NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS

Sale rendered on the 15th day of been or Will hereafter Sbe appoint i tion 5. Township 13 South. necessary ballot boxes and ballots NAME LAW .
September A.D. 1959. by the Honorable : ed Inspectors Range 31 East, at a point 565.40 as required by law: that the formof TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Geo. Wm. .Jackson one of Special and Clerks of the feet East of the Northwest cor- ballot to DC used in said election Notice Is hereby given that the
the Judges of the Seventh Judicial to be held in said shall be follows -
thereof said point of begin as
county ner : I undersigned pursuant to Chapter
Circuit jf the' on day of
< State *
of Florida in for November. the of 3 :
arc a
and for .Flagler A. D. 1959. the ratification ning on 20953. Laws of Florida. 1941. will
certain County. In that rejection of Senate "Joint or curve to the left having a radiusof SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICTNO. register with the Clerk of the Cir-
I f circuit cause Court lately of pending in the tion No. 660 proposing amendment 1910.08 feet: thence from a'' .- 1 ELECTION FOR cuit Court In and for Flagler County. -
I Florida. In Flagler County. to the Constitution an 'tangent bearing of South 4434'-i FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORID\.. Florida.. upon receipt of proofof
Cook Chancery, wherein H. T. State of Florida of, the 59" East, run Southerly along' HELD ON NOVEMBER 3. 1959 publication of this notice the
WAS plantlff
also sometimes and EdithVyn.. pointed as the are hereby ap- the arc of said curve 543.81 feet 1. BALLOT FOR ELECTION OF fictitious name to-wit: '
known Inspectors
as Edith Clerks and through a central angle of 16- TRUSTEES : Johnsons Fish! Camp under whichwe
Vln. of said
and Clark B. Special
Frost were dePendants Election for 18'52to the end of said curve; INSTRUCTION TO VOTERS: i
I. the undersigned I the purpose of determining are engaged at renting boats
Special whether -
t' Master tn Chancery or not the office of thence run South 6053'51 East Indicate your choice by markingan and selling bait and tackle at
Monday county spe- ''distance of 1,125.80 feet to the "X" after the of the I!
the 2nd day of Novembeon cial tax school district a I Flagler Beach on AlA Florida.
t 1959. At the north door of A.the D. shall be abolished. beginning of a 239 curve to the I I person or persons of your choice I, and that the undersigned are the
Flagler 4. The right having a radius of 2,162.3feet for the'positions as trustee or only persons interested in said
County Court House in of ballot to be used I I
Southerly along
In said ; thence run by writing in the name of the 1 business.
the r County. Florida, Election shall be the of said curve 1,630.2 feet of choice
t'. during In substantially the arc person or persons your Dated at Bunnell. Florida this
regular and legal hours following form *
S : through a central angle of 4312' for the position and marking anX" 2nd day of
of September. 1959.
sale offer ,
for sale BALLOT
and sell .at I "
of said
to the end thereafter. Vote for three M. L. JOHNSON
public outcry to the j County of
highest and Flagler. Florida South 1732'00
thence run (3) persons.but do not vote for
best bidder i MARY V. JOHNSON'
therefor for cash In Special) Electionto
East a distance of 2,963.9 feet more than one (1) person In any
hand In order to satisfy said Final : Sept. 10-17-24 & Oct. 1-4tpIN
to the South line of Section 5. one grouP. that is from the same
Decree. of Foreclosure and Sale determine whether or net the .f ice Township 13 South. Range 31 County Board Member Residence
aforesaid the following described 01 county special tax school district 1596.54 feet District. THE CIRCUIT COURT. SEV
lands situated lying and trustee hall be, abolished. East at a point ENTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
being In of
West of the Southeast corner FOR TRUSTEEES OF THE DIS-
County. Florida to-wit: November 3, 19.19 5. TRICT COUNTY FLORIDA
said Section :
AU of Shall the IN EQUITY NO. 3X38
Block Six. (6). except office of county special The land hereinabove described
the north 150 feet thereof In tax school district trustees be feet moreor I MARLENE A. DAVIS '
... Gold Coast abolished containing 3850 square .
Subdivision Flag- ? less.OWNED. RESIDENCE DISTRICT I. GROUP : Plaintiff
le r Beach Flagler County I BY: Joe G. Grabowski and i vs.
I County. Florida according to his wife. Matilda Grabowski; ROBERT LEE DAVIS.
a plat thereof on file In the J I For and the Unknown Heirs. Devisees Defendant
: office
.-' of the Clerk of the Circuit nt'I and/orother claimants I
Court of Flagler County. under.August' Grabowski de- NOTICE TO APPEAR AND
Florida in Plat Book 1. pagetogether ANSWERIN
%3. Against.Abolishment ceased.TAKE THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
'with all and singular the has been filed in
of Taking
tenements hereditaments I LEE DAVIS
ap- by the Pe-
the above-styled cause
.". purtenances thereunto belonging.-or authority of You are hereby notified that a
In- any wise appertaining. INSTRUCTION TO VOTERS these tioners. the acquiring of the taking of suit has been brought against you
Dated at Bunnell. Flagler Count If you are In favor of abolish the above-described proceedings land. for the in the Circuit Court of Flagler

ty. Florida this 18th day of Sep- ing county special tax school set forth in the petition in County In Equity by MARLENE-A.
tember. A: D. 1959. district trustees place an "X" I purpose this viz: As right of way RESIDENCE DISTRICT III. GROUP DAVIS. Plaintiff and you are here-
cause .
GEORGE: B. NEWTON. mark in the space to the left of State Road No. 5 by required to flip personally or
for, portion
t, As Special Master in Chancery of the words,"For Abolishment." in Flagler a County. Florida and bv attorney with the clerk of said

First Publication September 24. that one of the Judges of the Circuit -I Court your written defenses, if any.
-: Sept.924. If you are not In favor of abolishing Court in the Seventh Judicial to the Complaint in said suit on
& Oct. 1-8-15-ItcJHaglrr county special tax school Circuit of Florida willon the 13th or before ,tbe 19th day of October.

district trustees place an "X day of October A.D., 1959. at 2 A. D. 1959. and also to serve a
K 1 mark- in the space to the left of I P. M. in Circuit Court Chambers In RESIDENCE DISTRICT IV. GROUP copy of your written defenses upon ;
: the words "Against Abolish Flagler County Courthouse at Bun-. Messrs. Oasinskv & Krol. Solicitors -
:' milt QJribunrBDHITBU : ment. I nell. Florida consider said for Plaintiff at their of-
I. 5. The Clerk this Dela-I' fice
: of Board Is ration of Taking. Appoint at 411 Main Street. Daytona
t d2' hereby authorized and directed to ers and make such Order as the I Beach. Florida on or before the
(, FLORIDA .j have printed on plain white papera Court deems proper. All parties I I9th day of October. A. D. 1959
f-, sufficient number of the afore- to the suit and all parties Inter- as required by the Florida -Equity
said paper ballots and deliver them RESIDENCE GROUP Rules and herein
'! I ested may appear and be heard at DISTRICT V. fall not or Decree
: to the Inspectors and Clerks on 01 the time and place designated. Pro Confes'sn and Final Decree will
L MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor before date and time for opening I You and each of you. are hereby be entered Against you by default

: > of the polls for such special commanded to appear by filing an You are further notified that the

[, .' tion. elec-I I I answer to the petition heretofore 2. BALLOT FOR SCHOOL TAX name of the Court In which said
D *lMte4 o.'raWaea"". 6. That this resolution suit
"" filed in this cause in the entitled DISTRICT No. 1 MILLAGE LEVY. has ben instituted is the Circuit -
, t ter Public N.tkS' .* Plaster notice published in full as a part of the I Court on or before the 30th day INSTRUCTION TO VOTERS: Indicate Court Seventh Judicial Circuit
t.i. of said special election. to- of October A. D., 1959 to show by marking an "X" in the I of Florida. In Equity and that the
i. '. duty IfmmlelpaHtleB tkerela In gether such with an appropriate notice I what right title interest or liens space after the line 1, whetheryou I title of said cause is as hereinabove
:; form as the Clerk shall you. or any of you. have in and favor the i set forth.
( and the State, .f .FloridaKateve4 determine. in The Flagler Tribune the land
t to above-described and levy which Is necessary for the natureaof further notified that the
a newspaper of general circulation I show cause why the same should approved school term. said suit is a suit for
i!- in Flagler County. -Florida once not be taken for the use and purpose If you favor a different millage.1 divorce..
':'. a* s. *..I elassj Mattes each week for four consecutive I set forth in the petition filed levy, -write the levy you favor WITNESS mv hand and seal of
t. weeks prior to the date of said J i herein. after line 2. office at Bunnell Flapler County .J
February I,1blsittl. p.st.eee special election. i WITNESS my hand and this Seal Florida this Uth day of September.

!r 1"s. at Baaadl ........,.aaaer act .fl have IN hereunto TESTIMONY WHEREOF hand I f I:'of said Court on this 17th day of 1. Estimated millage levy required A. D. 1959. -
set my and af- .September A. D.. 1959. for regular term. (10) mills. RALPH E. HARBERT. '
-. = >Mare .. ISK axed the Seal of Office Clerk Circuit (Court Seal) RALPH E. HARBERTClerk As Clerk of the Circuit Court

Court this 22nd-day. of September of the Circuit Courtof 2. Other millage levy of Flakier County. Florida
, ..-'.., A. D. 1959. Flagler County Florida (CIRCUIT COURT
.. year } : KROL
.. I ? E. H BERT
....... I ; Attorney for Petitioners BY said Board that this Resolu- Solicitors for Plaintiff
> Ids month ,1.11 Clerk Circuit Court. Holland.building tion of the' calling, and holding ofsaid 411 Main Street _
.'"';; of c Flagler'County Florida Tallahassee, Florida election Daytona
'___ shall_be published Beach Florida
__._ Sept 24 &. Oct. l-S-15-ttc' Sept. 24 &Oct... l-S-15-Ite once a week for four consecutive Sept. 17-24 A Oct. 1-8.-Itc

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f Methodist; Sahara's Forbidding i the green belt gradually ad- in need of' some new kitchen-er empty or full.

.: vanced northward. utensils. Check the size of the pot or

r : --3, Church News Wastes :yield to II Atomic energy may someday There are so. many kinds of pan before you buy. Many
convert sea 'water to fresh, attractive pots and pans on ,the have the pan size permamently

{ World Wide Communion will Modern Technology I pumping it cheaply to 'all partsof I market today that choosing a- marked on the bottom.

be observed at the eleven o'clock)I f the northern Sahara. The mong them may be' difficult Careful shopping can give you

t" Worship Service Sunday morning !}fI I The. vast and mysterious Sahara desert with its daytime heat and I Here are some suggestions to attractive pots and pans with

t at the Bunnejl Methodist Is a land of extremes witha 'wide spaces, may also prove io help you- find justwhat you long, useful lives.

Church Rev. W. L. Spicer Jr., history of, ,dramatic change. I be ideal for the development of I need:

-; said today. IThe'Methodlst The latest changedevelopmentof solar energy. I Choose utensils with tight- Subscribe to The Flogler Tribune

Youth Fellow- minerals-may revive pros- fitting lids and fiat botooms. $2.50 A Year Iii Advance

: ship will meet at six o'clock perity in that harsh region. I This helps save electricity or gas ,

(., Sunday evening for their youth I The Sahara is exceptionallyarid WORDS l _r tai MK N.mh by taking full advantage .of the THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized
>. service, and all youth are invited yet 'towns of dried mud heat from your stove unit.
t to attend. have been destroyed by violent k.AirsN' THOUGHTS Look for rounded corners and Evlnrude Dealer

The family Night program rainstorms. Sand dune temper- smooth edges to make cleaning BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS

r.r will be at seven o'clock Sunday atures may' soar to 158 degrees How FC easier. Dockage Storage Free, Ramp '
during the day At night, wa- Pots and' .from mediumto
;, evening. The Family Night OUT ALLTHe5ETH/Al6S/ pans 825
Ballough Rd-Daytona
Committee is preparing a series ter freezes in the same area. ASOUT Me ? heavyweight materials wear I _.01-
of programs based on "Beliefs The Sahara -by name the longer and give better cooking

t of Methodists." The theme this I "wild land good only to be 7H15,15 results. I RCA VICTOR

f.. Sunday evening; will be crossed"-is the world's largest I ybURSrnI Handles should be firmly attached LIVING COLOR TV
: ... desert, stretching 3,000 miles a- "LOOK FOR THE PICTURE
r five Beliefs ,of DlstinC-1 and feel comfortable in IN TILE WINDOW
, will be based on cross Africa from the Atlanticto I 1JTGETs I your hand. If the handle is detachable Southern Radio & Television

: periences. The panel membersfor the Red Sea, the National make sure it holds 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001
the evening will .be Rev. Geographic Society says. In no I firmly when attached. Many ORMOND
place is it less than 1,000 miles ----
Spicer, Mrs. Becky Clegg and modedately priced saucepans
I'. Ray Mercer. wide. i have handles that stay cool even BUNNELL

: A song service, refreshments Most of the Sahara gives the I when the pan Is hot. G LODGE No. 200.

, and fellowship will also be ink Impression of absolute empti- Knobs, on. lids should be easyto F. & A. II.
ness. Within a patchwork of
cluded on the program. All sun.seared plains and ( FACE 11., grasp. Meets First and Third Tuesday
members and friends are invited Pans should be well balancedso
ts. areas lying below level. Dean M. Peterson. M.
sea I
: to attend this service. they will not tip over, wheth
Elsewhere, ,barren volcanic Hope they doWt \ I JOHN A. CLEGG. Secy.

ranges climb to 11,000 feet. ._.._.__......... ... ...._............. ... .. ... .......
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Sahara Was Once GreenIn dig\ too ee pJ

.: CLASSIFIEDADS Neolithic times, the Saharawas FOR ALL,HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT

fertile and well watered.

Rock paintings, 8,000 years old AMBULANCE
r. depict hunting scenes'with elephant PHONE VAlley 4.1625

k' LLatJ.p .a.ee t&l ....... ..1"i giraffe, and antelope. SERVICE
" S _tit per w.r. each Herds of long-horned Egyptian ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
BO ee>t I* mialmum efcarce
t' cattle grazed on lush grass lands Never be, hesitant about calling a .Garda ,Ambulance. We
', FOR RENT-New 2 bedroom unfurnished '
Later, parts of what is now des
(. house with utility ert became the granary of Rome. are always at your serrice with promptness, safety andexperience

r,' room and carport. Call HE 9.2318 Then the Sahara began to dry .

f" or see Zeke Chaffee. 10-1-tf due to' changes in weather
up Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
\ FOR SALE-2 bedroom house and man's abuse of the land. Buying Pots and Pans
t Nomadic, tribesmen withdrew ,
C.B.S. Large lot and large ga- to Garcia Funeral Home

rage. Conn.. Ave., Hillcrest, Flag- the desert ,fringes, where water i Pots and pans present a problem .. .
?" ler Beach. Call H.L. Lerch, was available for their flocks. whether you are ,a bride P..E. GARCIA, Licensed. Funeral Director

Sedentary farmers-remained in buying pots and pans for your ,ASSISTANTWHATSTHESTO
t HE 92395. 10-1-tfc LADY _
isolated :oases. new home or just a housewife )..............;:.............-If.!'.?..v ..........-.-_.J'fJ'._...-...."'.......".16........;..._............
:Catalina. Today,-fewer than two million r

.. ; people of Arab, Berber, and Ne- I

1< new seat. covers; recent transmission gro stock inhabit a region almostas ._ Q'UHgJ: ; FORD..:'FALCON, ?

j overhaul and valve job; large as,the United States. ti- \ v *,',, '

new battery; good, tires; power But the Sahara is once again '

steering;;. hydromatic; low mileage undergoing,, a- transformationthis -' :,

;f- ; all the extras. Finance at time caused by an oil boom. 's. .\ i Oome 'in"iand well < ..1. ,,

r 60% ,for responsible party. Phone Roads *and airfields are being -

: ID 73581. 10-1-ltp built. Tribesmen:buy date trees, ;' ; tell all know '
sheep, and goats with wages! you /
FOR SALE-33' Kit House Trail- .
earned in the oil fields. In the I ".
t er, 2 bedrooms, air conditioned. r, .
new oil towns -
the desert is
,, clean, excellent buy. Fred Bran-
r': nam, Phone;:ID '7.3342 blooming. with lawns and, gar-
dens. HOW.IIG'WILL THE Al -NEW trunk for all their luggage! Andit
'; 30-1-ltp FOlD FAICON IE? HOW MANY PEOPLE can turn and park just as .
L Great oily and gas pools lie be-
" WILL IT CARET HOW AIOUT POWER easily as most of those 4and. 1
t, WANTED AT ONCE. Man with neath the red rocks and burning =
To start with in the New-Size 5 passenger imported jobs!
f: ,car for Rawleigh Business in sands of Algeria and Libya.
Ford-the but'never d
Flagler, Buy .on time. See Some four Falcon-you save
Co..t trillion 'barrels of oil "do without!" You get

L>. 'S. .A. Smith, Box 1011 DeLand r reserves and 10 trillion cubic modern, fine-car styling, six- ee ,
':, or. write immediately to Rawr feet of natural gas have already people room and comfort a car
. leigh's Dept. FAJ-360.301, Mem- been, discovered. Sahara petrol- that's born and bred for'the drive, right,around your home,
. like a duck takes to water!
phis, Tenn. 10l2tpFOR eum reSOUrCeS may -enrnaee-.............. American road!
those of the ,Near East. "I.
. SALE-House in Flagler vti
f French envisage laying
Beach. Three' bedrooms, large IN MANY MORE WAYS THAN ,,
living room (12'x 25') screen pipelines beneath. ''the Mediter- GAS AND OIL SAVINGS ALONE
" insulated ranean to lead from
porch, celings. Large Algerian
Take the price. Though we can't
Z high corner lot. Ocean view. oilfields through Spain,and Italy LETS TALK AIOUT HOW Irs IUILTI give you the figure just yet, you
"1''".' Sacrifice 999500. Worth $12500 to Europe's industries. Engineersalso Like the fabulous Ford ThUnderbird can be sure the Falcon's price
or more. Apply Streeter's Coffee have the Falcon's built in the
suggested digging a will help prove it's the savingest
latest construction. ..
Shop. Max Wigle. 9-24-4tc canal into lowlands of southern single-unit inches car.right from the start!Actually,.
adding extra everywhere
f' FOR SALE-House in Flagler Tunisia, turning ,it. into an In- inside .. making the car one we've just started to scratch the
land A LETS TALK AIOUT STYLING ftlSnYou'll surface of the Falcon news, here.
sea. port would be solid structure.
I Beach. Three bedrooms, large I built quiet,integrated Come in. Bring all
for oil tankers.. amazed the Falcon's your ques-
t D'', living room (12'x25' screen proch tions, but make it soon.Ve have /
Vast,Iron OreDeposits: beauty'No"stubbiness"of other "
insulated ceilings. orders already..
| high Enough high cars in'this field, but low, sleek, LETS TALK FALCON. PERFORMANCE many
;. corner lot. Ocean' view Sacrifice grade iron ore
has been found I European flair in beautifully The all-new six-cylinder engine'sup
* $9995.00. Worth $12500 or. more. can border .to near the Moroc- proportioned'' style "wide front for greater safety and

Apply Streeter's Coffee Shop. supply raw ma- open" visibility all around stability ..will deliver up to
r 9-24-4tc terial for Europe's steel mills for interior styling that's fresh and '30 miles per gallon of regular gas 11

,. perhaps a century. There is cop smart.The Falcon is Ford's way has a water-cooled engine
? FOR SALE-Approx. 1% acres per in Mauritania and uranium' of proving a true economy car which permits use of a water-

r' land, 4-room' house unfinished in Algeria. Platinum: ,, tin, coal, needn't suffer \in looks or ride. type heater that's safer, never

, with bath $4,00000, 1 mile'from manganese,',and, zinc also exist. robs you of gas mileage.You can

y-". town on old Haw Creek Road. The presence. of diamonds has get an automatic transmission in
I,: W. S.' Dunson. 9-10-3tp been reported., the Falcon, too! ,

r SEPTIC TANK- :1 France is, considering: the idea' COMING OCT. 8TH...
-cleaning reasonable I lof 4
diverting Congo water northward AND,HOW .. AIOUT,THE FAMHOUS THE ,NEW.5IZE.fORD. ,.- '.'
: rates. George Jarosz, Phone y
Chad .
t ID 73410. 5 28-11 5 tcJOHNSTON'S I I creatinga F.D.A.F.J
.._ reservoir to irrigate huge Topping off 3 years and 3 million font.
stretches ;of...desert Cotton, su- LETS TALI ABOUT THE ALL-MEW miles of,research and development .
[ 1 fAlCOn SU-PASSEMCd.SUB a' fleet of new Falcons is
cane, wheat
gar and
,grazing In both 2and 4-dopr models, traveling every mile of U.S. .
FLAGLEB BEACH REALTY 'Co.LOTS .I areas would be.established ,as the new Falcon wfll.have full highway to prove- its "30mflespergallon" ;

' /'HOMES, OCEAN FRONT,I -=-----.. width l full-depth seats for_six average. and to
........-..-..,....,,-_ -. in the -the roads' EotlMt
WATER FRONT "f : .1'-- .. ,adults.,Plus room spacious prorait takes:to you TlM Ccr In the World to OWN


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