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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: November 12, 1959
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 47, NO. 44 ... BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOV. 12, '1959 $2.50 A YEAR

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Eighth District of V. F. W Gen. White Is Businessmens Association .



Meets Flagler: Beach Hotel Speaker For Plan For Christmas Project ',;)


Veterans Day

Sunday Morning at 1 10 O'clockFlagler Here Saturday, December 12

Brig.-Gen. Robert White of the

National Guard; was guest "
County v.F.w. Post speaker at' the Veterans Day The Bunnell Businessmens Association -

5213 will be host at,the Eighth Official Results Parade ,and Program here Wednesday Adolph Klemm. was held ,in the community "-'" ,

District Conference Sunday at afternoon.. Observance center building Monday

at the' Flagler Beach, ,hotel in School ElectionThe I of Veterans Day is sponsored Beach evening. Reports were given by

Flagler Beach. The Women's t here each year by,' Flagler, Post Flagler ; several committees and tentative r

Auxiliary will also hold a con- 115'of The American Legion, and plans for a Christmas project

ference at the Recreation Centerin Board of Public Instruction it was joined this year by VFW Dies TuesdayAdolph was outlined.A .

Flagler Beach. canvassed Monday the mill- I Post 5213, which assisted in the I
Registration will begin at 9 age election returns of the. past parade. sign company from Daytona
G. Klemm of Flagler
o'clock at the hotel and the conference Tuesday's election. I I Beach had a representative at
William Wadsworth served as Beach died about 4 o'clock)( Tues- the
sketchof
will convene at 10 o' Official'returns showed a ten- meeting to display a
master of ceremonies of the pro- day afternoon at the, Ormond
clock. Presiding at the confer- mill district levy receiving. 215 gram at the court house. ,Rev. Beach Hospital following a brief proposed signs on highways

ence will be District ,Commander votes. There were also. a few W. L. Spicer, Jr., ''pastor of the illness.: He was 73years of age leading into Bunnell. The signsto
Gallie. write-in votes for five mills and have wording inviting Indus-
Lawrence Cline of Eau Bunnell Methodist ,Church, gave and was retired.He .
Mrs. A. C. tYarbough of Winter two mills. the invocation ant the' benedic was born in New'York and try and residents to the commun-

Park, district' president of' the The trustee ballots showedJ. tion. The Bunnell School Bands, had lived in Flagler Beach for ity.It

auxiliary, will preside at the M. Canakaris only ,name on under direction of Bandmaster the past seven years. had been proposed that one

,, auxiliary conference. the ballot, received U3 votes for Walter Morris, furnished music He is survived by his wife, of these signs be placed on U. S.

Wilfred :Hunter is 'commanderof trustee for the district. Hoke for the program.. Charlotte and one daughter, 1 north and south and one eachon

the local 'post. and Mrs. Doro- Cobb and Keith Lovell, whose Prizes for the floats. in the parade I Dorothy Clemm of Flagler Beach. Highway 11 and 100 west,

thy Barber is president of'the names were not on the ballot were awarded to the Idle- Also surviving is a brother, but because of the cost, it was
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auxiliary. received a number of write-in wood Club as first place winner; John Clemm of Chihuahua Mex- 2greed to contract at this time

The ladies of the auxiliarywill votes in their districts. There Flagler Beach' P.T. A. as second ico. for, only two-those on Highway

serve a buffet Dinner' at the were also several wrlte. -ins in place winner, and Junior and Funeral services will be at 11 1 at the north and south limitsof

recreation center. I the focal area. Senior Women's Clubs as third 'o'clock Friday morning at the the city. rental costs of the

Delegates from 20 posts in the :The official vote for abolishment place winner. I Craig Chapel 201 ,East Moody signs to be paid equally by the

district are expected, to be pres- of the office of trustees was Theme of the winning float Blvd., with Rev. James Taylor, city commission and businessmen

ent Sunday, Commander', Hunter' carried by a 'majority of 150 float was "Melt the Cold War. pastor of the St. Thomas Episco- of the city.
t said. votes. This means that trustees Second theme "L
place was ad-I pal Church, officiating. Inter
elected will not be seated for Since Christmas is but little
to of Tomorrow" and the third
ers ment will follow at the Espanola -
, I for the next term. The present more than one month from now,
"Peace Under
place was by Cemetery.The .
Service ,For trustees: will serve until their standing." I body will rest at the the Christmas project will be

. I terms .expire on January. If 1960. Decorated bicycles winners Craig Chapel from 7'o'clock given priority. The activities of

toy';Harris, Sr The ;board voted to purchase were Catherine! tanish first ,Thursday evening until, the the project will ,be -staged on ,
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._i *J>-:C- I fixtures lot. tiietri'&as ;.rooms place;' Christine and" Susan Hig- I funeral hour.Crarg, ,Funeral Railroad, St between*.' 'Moody ., -1
the'merican Co. Blvd. .and Lambert '
from Seating ,
; Held Bonifay ginbotham, second, place; and Home is in charge of arrange- S -' .
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for a price of $999.60. I' third place went to Gene Pel- ments. The Christmas program is be-
: They employed Mrs. Margaret
licer. ing the association
- sponsored by
Coy' G. Harris, Sr., father or i .
Clarkson as teacher for' the and its cost will be borne by
and Ralph Harris of Bun- ,
{ Coy fourth grade at the Flagler. local business The date
places.
killed instantly in a '
:: nell, was No Citizens Council
:' construction accident at Atmore, Beach school. ExemptionOn set for the event is Saturday, December -
i The board also approved the 12.
Ala., on November 2.
; He was a life-long resident of adoption of the' remeial ,reading Rented HomesFlagler Group Meeting John Day, chairman of the
program for the schools, votingto
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' Bonifay, Florida, and had engaged project committee, said plans
purchase the needed supplies.The .
t in construction work for County Tax AssessorD provide for the arrival of Santa;

,. about 15 years. reading program and reading includes comprehension speed- D. 'Moody said today home- Held Here SundayThe gifts of candy and other thingsto

I Funeral services were held at throughout the school stead exemption all residences the children who attend; and

the Bethlehem,Methodist Church that are rented on Janu Association of Citizens a drawing for prizes. To get a
. system.
s.:"' on Wednesday afternoon, November ary 1st will automatically be t Councils of Florida met here ticket one has only to walk into
4, and interment followeded any store and ask for It-no ob
canceled according to a new
with members at- .
I Sunday 30
there. All 1961 Graduates .
. at a cemetery law. ligation whatever.In
.
I I tending. D. D. Moody, chairmanof
\ Masonic of Bonifay addition to Santa and the
The Lodge
I A law passed at the last session the local Council and who was
t i-' assisted in the services. Should, Register To |' of the' legislature providing serving as president of the As- drawing for prizes, there will
* Survivors include his wife of that I residences. under home- be a parade with floats. Mr. Day
sociation this month, was host
, four daughters. Mrs. Enter said that number of business .
Bonifay; J Competition stead exemption that are. rentedon to the group. at, a fish fry and a
Faye Duffel and Ruth Harris oft January 1 will lose their exemption oyster'roast at His home, North places, clubs, etc. have pledged
Clearwater; Carolyn and Ann of All 1961" graduates .who wishto ,for the, and willIe themselves to have a float in the
year Anderson St., at'noon..
sons, Coy G. and enter the 1960.61 National parade, but he others
Bonifay; seven liable for taxes on the 1960 Citizens Councils from Pensa- hoped many
:' Ralph Harris of Bunnell; Gene Merit Scholarship competition I tax roll.students. would come in with a float.
cola, Panama Madison,
and' Russell of Pensacola; Rex, 1 should register now at the City' Dr. John Canakaris reportedon
Sanford, Orlando: Umatilla, Tal-
school guidance office, Carl E.
of New 'Orleans; Bill and Fred correspondence with the Flor
I Hornsby,. principal, announced lahassee and others were rep-
of Bonlfay.is ., for selecting their careers < ida Development Commission about -
today.. The National Merit resented in the group.
or planning their coursesin requirements for industry.He .
I Ir Scholarship Qualifying Test will high school and college.. During the business session, said this community has a
4-H Club Meets Mrs. Lola of Pensa-
be Bruington
at 9 AjM.
given ",""Tuesday* After the test, each participating good chance of securing small
March 8 1960., cola was namedas acting Executive -
student will receive an in industries, and he and other
I r At CourthouseFourH To be'elIgible for the test; terpretive folder that reports in- Secretary of the State- members of the commitee are

t Club members turned Bunnell High' School students dividual test results for com- Association. She'will serve un'tl1 now securing data asked for by
must be January 17 when the annual
second-semester
t in their 'record books on their juniorsor parison with scores of high the commission which in turn .
.- first-semester seniors at the meeting of the Association
calf ,projects at 'the Thursday school students across the coun- wJlll *would furnish it ,to any seeking /
be held for election of .
time
of
the
examination.
afternoon club meeting and.received Students try. Thus, Mr. .,Hornsby said, new sites through the state com-
t their checks,, for their must pay a $1 feet on students may learn';aheir educa- Mrs. Bruington; will replaceRev. mission.
t the day of the test -Any Inter- George Downs of Orlando
I two-year-old heifers which were tional strengths weaknesses.
who resigned to announce his
ested student who is unable to
( recently sold, club reporter, whether' or not: they plan to '.
the fee candidacy for governor. Revival .
.. pay should consult Mr. attend '
said.
. Herschel Simpson college. .-
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Cannon, the school counselor.
:: Club members also made plansfor '
The tests each Begins TonightS
are given
I. year
their Cracker Day activities.

l'l'J They also ',ordered their baby I by the National Merit Scholar- Always Try To Buy At Home An interdenominational tent revival -
, ship Corporation as part of thenation's
I It'
chicks which will be ready for f will begin -tonight Nov.

delivery around. Thanksgiving I largest independent Last .It is about time for The Tribune to again remindthe 12, at 7:30, Mrs: Nina Spivey
4s scholarship '
s time.. I program. year people of this county that local merchants deserve saidtoday. The tent will be located
: 550,000 students competed in,14.-,
Mickey Ramsey gave a report'1500 on U.S. Highway 1 across
committee schools for more than $3.5I a chance to supply 'their needs. .
on the hospital and from the intersection with Highway -
said they were in need. of some I million worth of'.four-year schol-- Whenever you have anything to buy, give local 100. /

k .more magazines. "arships.Awards business houses an opportunity' to serve you. The future I I. Evening services will beginat

h Adviser Howard Taylor talked are granted on the of all of 7:30 and the afternoon
basis ,of prosperity us depends upon a.willingness Sunday -_ -.
of the Jacksonville Industrial intellectual merit, but to ''in the good arid to do service will be at 3 o'clock.
student financial}, needs 'deter 'cooperate common one way
Fair which there this nine I
opens Conducting the services will
week. the size f individual, sti- this is to patronize home concerns. whenever possible.. be Rev. and Mrs. R. Nazworthof

Following the, meeting. club pends, which,are:renewable' ,each. ''We do not urge 'any person 'to pay an 'exhorbitant Jacksonville. 'There will, be I

., members .went. on a 'field.trip year without further. testing?, price for any goods.., It is, the _business, of sellers to, special song services and everyone .

;a to a fire tower where Mr: ,Kelly The Science NMS exam. administeredby .meet competition.They must; do this 'if. they expect is ',welcome attend' it was

'. gave them a.tour of the grounds'- of Research-' Associates' I -to 'stay".in business. It is their obligation if, they ,de- stated.C" .
Chicago, also is valuable
,: and a:visit in eye. ,'-, "',:;I.. ," ,'j. ..to, sire':the-patronage 'of'.local ;customers. I

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.''1 AGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Nov.1959a' ,

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Warns I if sufficiently, advanced byj I cause it may be picked up play
,. J 'BY AgainstUse enough of the chemical will ing children or adults. .
1 Mahoney I
I[ THE BAFFLES of Parathion cause death. Dizziness and pin

point pupils in the eyes are THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized

Home GardenersAn early symptoms, followed by Evlnrude Dealer

coma, he said.Mulrennan BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS
.1 urgent warning againstthe said that the prod Dockage Storage Free Ramp
: : use of the insecticide knownas uct has been in use in some I WE FINANCE

H11 parathion on lawns and parts of the state as an insecticide 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona

shrubbery was issued this week 1 and that the deaths have
by ,John A. Mulrennan, directorof been caused byits-use by people ,

the bureau of entomology of unfamiliar with it. Even if applied FOR

the State Board of Health.A by a professional, it can
number oC deaths are saidtc be unsafe for use on lawns and SHELL FILL &: SAND

have been caused by the use. shrubbery, unless proper safe-
of this product, Mulrennan said.I DIRT CONTRACTSCALL
guards are followed, he said, be.
y He said parathion is an 'organ-I -"-- -
ic phosphorus compound which,'
YOUR CLOSEST OUTLETFor
when absorbed by the skin,
Furniture
tends to destroy the' cholinesterase Quality EMIL MISSINNEPhone
.' ( HE'S CONE THIS BEFORE. "We're Out of the
V YOU'P BETTER ASK HIM enbymes .in the human I Hight Rent District"CHRIS'S I HE 9.2094 ".
\ ABOUT HIS BOAT. ; I body. The State Board of I
/"- I Health entomologist, said this is FURNITURE I FLAGLER BEACH I II
I 16CO Illdgewood Ave. Holly Hill '
I an "irreversible process" which '.3.




I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY .1' I


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AUTO BODY MILLAND HOTEL BAR I FUEL OILKING'S

.J I ODELL HERSEY'S Come And Visit TRUCK STOP

--- PAINT & BODY SHOP AL AND ELLIEAT I PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS
'I Complete Collision Service THEIR NEW BAR"You'll I
Delivery in the
County on
husband "working for a wife. 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
I I Meet Your Friends Here"FLAGLER
Family RelationshipAnd Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fue
All other relationships are I Body & Fender Work
Painting. Matching; Free EstimatesU. BEACH I Gasoline
covered.
I I 1 So. OF BUNNELL
Social Security"Some U.S. 1 N. Bunnell ID 7-3676
If a partnership includes a Days, ID 7-3372-Nlte ID 7-3267 The Coolest Spot for the Coolest I _
Draft BeerSANDPIPER
are. Some are not. person not in this relationshipto AUTO SERVICE I FURNITURE #
That,, is the best summary of the employee, the employeeis BAR
social security for relatives I McDANIEL'S GIFTS-LUNCHES I
coverage covered. For instance, a par. On the Ocean Side of AlA 3 Miles REED'SDiscount
of a business owner" ent is covered if he works fora Service Station North of Flagler Pier i Furniture

Manager M. D. Eadie said todayin partnership consisting of his "Keep Cool at George & Millie's"j UP TO 50% DISCOUNT
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS I
> commenting 'on a recent son and a nephew, or of his PHONE HE 9.2156 i On Furniture and AppliancesNew
surge of family employment inquiries son and a nonrelative. Tires-Batteries-:Minor Repairs and Used

at the Daytona Beach Bunnell ID 7.7119 BUILDING SUPPLIES 1100 Flomlch Ave.-Holly Hill
'. social security office. "There is no quick answer forall

family employment situa- Biddle Gulf Service WICKLINE FLOOR COVERING
'. Certain family relattonshiP31 tions," Eadie explained. "How
between ,owner employee ever, answers to most family GASOILLUBRICATIONGULF Building Supplies Tilecraft Company"LET

are not covered. for social security coverage questions can best be TIRES & BATTERIES CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS. US FLOOR YOU"

purposes.' These are: sons obtained by contacting our field Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days STEEL' Armstrong & Kentile
and daughters under .working representative' when he visits q
State&Lambert US 1 ID 7-7190 Sol d nstalled
Flagler Beach HE 9-2254 ,
". for parents, parents working for Bunnell., at the civic center, or : JAIl Work Guaranteed
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\ children at any age, a wife the Daytona Beach office at 126 I I'
Colonial Service StationEARL I
<<: Ormond Beach OR 7.3181
working' for a husband, or a Bay Street. CLEANERS
E. RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION
GARDEN SHOP
A I BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY
MOTOR TUNE-UP Gray's Garden Center

GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES CLEANING Headquarters for Gardening Needs
r H URR 'Yi, u.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL \ SERVICEOpen Ceramics Gifts Materials Dry Arrangement I

M Hall's Atlantic StationJack Dally 8 to 6 Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers
Phone ID 7-3188 TORO LAWN MOWERS
(. Hall, Proprietor
147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR''t051:
115 N. Bay St Bunnell
I GAS-OILS-LUBRICArxO ORMOND I
Tires-Batteries-Accessories
,, : CONCRETE PRODUCTS HARDWARE
'- I ROAD SERVICE
Bunnell Farmers Supply Co. f
BUNNELL Tel. ID 7-3652
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Your "Q" For ConcreteDial JOHN DEERE
J. L. Presswood Garage Agricultural&Industrial Equipment
-z CL 3-8113 STEEL
STANDARD PRODUCTS Bars & Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled
General Repairing-Road Service DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's. Black&Galvanized Pipe & Fittings
Tires, Tubes & Accessories LAWN MOWER REPAIRS
Visit Our, Grocery DepartmentFor Concrete, ,inc. *
Frozen Foods and Staples BEEN RD. Phone I" 73143
Cubed. lee
HE 92139FLAGLER BEACH Village Hardware Center
nw DRUG STORES HOUSE PAINTS
Sullivan's Gulf Service
Match and mix any color
Anderson Drug Store
.. GULF
,;-. Builder's Supplies Kitchenware
.,- GASOILSLUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSORIES .- Prescriptions
GIFTS GREETING CARDS
Beach Information Sick Room Supplies
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I "Specializing in Service and Sundries AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420
Clean Rest Rooms"In -
The Hr.artor'Flagler Beach PAINT
BUNNELL STOREJERRY'S
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I HANNA & VEL-VON PAINT
r .: '', 'r i:- \ Shield's Service Station County's Corner Drug Store
: ; -" ; Telephone Directory PRESCRIPTIONS One Coat Plastic Finish
4 Arcadius Babel Mechanic Stops Masonry Dampness
it COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS DRUGSSUNDRIESI Point Sundries

r. .: ; .' Closes Soon Right Now We'll Overhaul and I FOUNTAIN SERVICEi 29 W. Granada-Ormond Beach

\- / ;J" ",' ,' .. ._':" Repair Your Power MowerNo i' Bunnell Flo. Phone ID 7-3661 Ph., OR 7.0761
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Job Too Big Or Too Small
Y .: j 111 No. Bay St.. BunnellEDGAR'S ORMOND PRESCRIPTION RADIOTELEVISIONDON'S "
: Last Call for 1
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r' : I < '.' Changed Listings .. .. ".. Additional Listings 24-Hour Towing ServiceCOMPLETE"AUTO f Sick Room Supplies--Sundries RADIO & TV
..., 24-Hour Prescription Service Zenith Sales and Service
L : Ads in the Yellow PagesDon't REPAIRSAutomatic I
:: '. Free Delivery in ,Flagler Beach i "We,Sell, the Best
;. ;A. Transmission Service
Wheel Balancing-Front End I Rt. AlA 1'' mL 'North of and, Service the Rest"AUTO ,
k : : Wait! Call our Business,Office right away Alignment ORMOND BEACH-TeL OR 7-1661.
:': "' 'to notify usjof changed listings in the Telephone 24O Granada Ormoad-OR 7-0683 RADIOS A SPECIALTY
i' Directory.Remember,additional listings for members Thompson PharmacyYour U.S. Hwy. 1. Ormond. OR 7-1473
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AUTOMATIC ,TRANSMISSION Health Is Wealth
s a of your family or firm. may be included for REAL ESTATE
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:' ". only a small extra cost! HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC Put YourPBESCBJPTJONS
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Givens
Margaret
J Mr.Businessman: Yellow;Pages is the best way In Our Hands ,

t'F! to tell.people how to find you.'Call the Telephone Repairing ALL-MAKES RebuildingON OF 141 W. Granada-Ormond 7-1421. Reg.. Real Notary Estate Public8pecla1lzlnc Broker

:': Business Office without delay AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS In *

roO' '. so that.your products 1239. Rldsewood OR 7-13SI Holly Hill FLORISTS OCEAN & RIVER PROPERTIES

_" r Find It Fast or services may be repre- Phone HEmlock 9-2035
PACKAGE'STOBE Ken Mar Motel-Flagler Beach
In Thd Seated in the nation's most- BAR' AND Blacks Flower Shop -

r .* used.buyingguide Yellow FLAGLER BEACH Phones IDlewood. 7-3348 PUBLISHERS & PRINTERS

YdbwPogts Pages*, HOTEL_ BAR P.O. Box 3 Bunnell! Fla. The Flagler Tribune
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for Phone ID 7.3282
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"Your Friendly Store" 1\\\.rrE\\.S .,
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BEAUTY BRANDEVAPORATED .
QUALTY MEATS

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. Catsup t: oz. 15 SIRLOIN STEAK pound 99

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S Oleo 2 lkt 25* WEINERSo t NcE LYKES package 39*


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FARM FRESH VEGETABLES FROZEN FOODS
DELICOUS SHURFINE 6 OZ.CAN .

Bag .Apples 4 lb. bag 39* ORANGE JUICE, 5 for 99*

CELLO : BIRDS EYE 10 OZ. PKG.
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CARROTS '': fib.' 10< BABY LIMAS 4 p for g. 99

U.S. FANCY, SWANSON'S
Sweet Potatoes 2 ibs. 19* TV DINNERS each 59
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GA' WELL REPRESENTEDTen : STAMPS CIRCLE "I Gene Spivey was dismissed J
: g-L: MET TUESDAY :Saturday from the Flagler Clinic
the First Baptist
: from'
girls
Utaal and Hospital in Bunnell after
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' / : ., { > Church Girl's Auxiliary attended The Stamps Circle of'the First :two weeks illness.More !
_ : o the St. John's. River Associational Baptist Women's Missionary
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meetingin Bunnell Union morning at 8) ":
LUNA BABBITT met Tuesday ( on page
Monday afternoon and among the home of,Mrs. Ethel Rummil.
'Plephone HEmlock" 9-2098
them was Holly Golien who pre After the monthly program
FLAGLER BEACH BABDITZKY-AHDEBSON sided. which was about "Paul's Journ '
PARENTTEACHERASSOCIATION The others nine were Marie eys," Mrs. May Shill presided Hercules Vacuum Cleaner
MEETINGThe I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Barditzky Fleurie, Brenda Aaron, Bonnie during the business meeting.Mrs. '
announce the marriage of their Lowe, Christie Golien, Eleanor ..Rummil 1 served sweet rolls I Sewing Machine ,Corp.
business meeting of the daughter, Millicent (Penny) Bar.Shill, Linda McNab:, Diane and banana bread with coffee. j I We can furnish parts for and ,
Flagler Beach P.-T. A. was held ditzky, to Mr. Willis (Andy) An Springer, Barbara and Kay service any sewing machine 1
Monday evening at the school derson of East Point, Ga. The Frances Weaver. Mrs. Elmer Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Hord spent or vacuum cleaner. ReaJ bar-
with Mrs. Bernie Wilson pre groom is the 'son of Mr. and Golien and :Mrs. May Shill accompanied two days last week in Crescent gains on new, used & rebuilt
siding. Mrs. John Owens of Albany Ga. the girls and furnished City. machines. !,
IHenry
The meeting opened with this; The wedding 1 was an event of their transporation.Mr. .
Lord's Prayer and the Flag Sa October 24th, at 4:30 P.M. in I Barditzky came from 021 V.lu.la Ave. Daytona Beach
lute. ,Principal W. E. Fennell, the First Baptist Church of East and Mrs. Edward Gomes Eustis to spend the weekend I CL'3.6661
Jr., introduced the new fourth Point, with the Rev. Douglas are receiving congratulations on I with Mrs. Barditzky here.
grade teacher, Mrs. Margaret! Jackson officiating. the arrival of their little daughter ---
Clarkson. After a reception given by I Monday:morning in the
The membership drive resulted Mrs. Rena Palmer immediately Halifax Hospital in Daytona
in 78 paid memberships. Carnival following the wedding, the I Beach. Her weight was seven RE OPENING 1
chairman, Mrs. Helen Sin couple left for'Gatlinburg, Tenn. pounds and six ounces.
delar, reported the total of where they spent two weeks.
I $201.10 cleared on the project, After the honeymoon, they will, Motoring to Gainesville Sun
and thanked those who helped reside at 612 W.Taylor Ave., in day to spend the afternoon were MOULTRIE FISHING CAMPOYSTER
to make it a success. East Point. Robert Schatz and his daughter,
They also voted to enter afloat Margie, and W. R. Bass and his ROASTS A SPECIALTYALL
in the Veterans Day Pa- Mr. and, Mrs; Ray Lehr wentto daughter,'Faye. .1 SEAFOODS SEASON
rade in Bunnell. Mr. Fennell] Orlando Tuesday to'visit.wlththeir
stated the school' would be dis son in law and ,daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edsell Skinner THANKS FOR WAITINGWE
missed in time for the children. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Baldwin.I and family of Daytona Beach
to attend the parade. They were accompanied on the spent Sunday afternoon here vis- WELCOME YOUR RETURN WITH THE
Mrs. Bernie Wilson and Mrs. trip by Mrs. Agnes Lee. sting with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard SAME QUALITY PRICES AND SERVICE
Marge Ross were named as delegates Johnson and family. ,
OPEN 12 NOON TO 10 P.M. DAILY
to the P.-T. A. convention '"'-Capt. and Mrs.. Thomas R.
t 'in Jacksonville December 17.19. Quigley from' New York and Mr. and Mrs. Carol Wilder and 31/ MILES SOUTH OF ST. AUGUSTINE ON U.S.I
A quartet composed of Mrs. Jacksonville visited here Sunday son arrived Friday from Ver
Florence Schewenk, Mrs. Wilson,, with their aunt, Mrs. Gladine I I mont to stay here three months I PHONE VA 9-3227
Howard Lerch, and Paul ,Kelly,, Chalfinch. on Ninth Street.
gave several selections duringthe -- -- ---- "
social hour: Refreshmentswere .
served by the fourth grade. #
room mothers. w \ Week-end Food Values '.
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Daytona Be'ach' have announced .
CENTER CUT RED & WHITE ,
WESTERN ( )
the arrival pf their first
child last Wednesday. Mrs. GRAPE
Jones 'will Nbe remembered! ,as Pork Chops 69* *
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Erisman who has liyed' here ,,
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. CUT Ib, 49* .
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new-
Jim Erisman. The baby is

a boy. FRESH D-D BAKING OUR VALUE,
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Jones. Visiting her on Sundaywere 4.7 pound avg. 303 SIZE '
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Erisman Limit,(5) with $5.00 food order
of Daytona Beach and she returned U.S. GOOD
'with. them to be with RED & WHITEApple
their daughter, Mrs. Jones, this Brisket Stew lb. 29* '

week. Sauce. 2
Miss Linda Lowe has returnee
WILSON-SWIFTS i
here to the home of her parents 303 CAN
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Lowe, ?
after receiving treatment in a WIENERS 1 lb. cello 49 RED & WHITEBlack .

Jacksonville, hospital a month. 4
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19Chuck
U.S. GOOD Pepper
Mr. and Mrs. Otis, Magee can
spent Thursday and Friday in *
Umatilla with Mr. and Mrs; Steak fib. 59 Limit (2) with $54)0 food order
Jerry' Jerome, from Brevard:
RED & WHITE GREEN
North Carolina.Mrs.

Laura Alligood left Tuesday -, CHUCK ROAST Ib 49* LIMA BEANS for' $1 00

for Baltimore to stay until: FRESH FROZEN
New Year's with her son. 303 SIZE CAN
NECK BONES 6 Ibs.OO
Visiting in Jacksonville Monday Limit (5) with $50)0 food order

for the day..were Mrs. Clara 4 Ib. BAG '
Butuex, Mrs. Frances Haisten, SPARE RIB TIPS 4 Ibs.
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'Bun Theatre MIXED" PARTS SWEET f '

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FRYERS ;; 5 Ib. box ] : ,

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COUNTRY CLUB JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB I I CARD OF THANKS
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WITH MRS MEETS'I I HOSTESS TO EXECUTIVE !! Sincere thanks to the staff

: iia Madge Johnston was hostessto BOARD>> DINNER I I I and personnel of the Flagler
Clinic'and and the
to
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'members of the Country Clubon The Junior Woman's Club en-
I Wednesday, of last week fora tertained members of the Execu- local citizens for their many-
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LOCALS II I business and social meeting. tive Board and State Officers at the kindnesses hospital.Mrs. during. my stay in.

I a dinner party on Sunday eve-
.. u,_ -- I With Betty Moore presiding ning at the Bunnell Restaurant. Dougles (Kay) Angel ,
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members voted to hold a food 669 Irving Street
I Among those present were
BAGWELL-ROSE BAPTIST Y.W A. MEETSIN sale for their Christmas project. Mrs. Mary Clark Mrs. Robert Winston-Salam, N. C.
ST. AUGUSCTINEThe Date was set for November 21
I Murphy, Mrs. Menner, Mrs.
WEDDING RITES
at 10 A.M. near the post office. Dry ice is solidified carbon dioxide -
Drummond, Mrs. Hall, Mrs.
Young Women's Auxiliary I
Announcement is made of the Plans were also made to sell .
gas.TV
Hoover, ,:Mrs. Esther
Reynold
of the St. John's River Associa
at the Cattlemen's
home made candy -
marriage of Mrs. Ida Rose to J.frs.1
White, Mrs. Esther Heydt,
tion held their quarterly meet-
Cracker December
Day on
B. of Pensa-
Mr. Henry Bagwell
Bessie Thiel, Mrs. Harold Mas-
ing Monday evening at the
on
5. They also have on order
cola. The ceremony was per- sie, Mrs. Edward Gomes, :Mrs.T. .
Baptist Church in St.
formed at 9 A.M., October 21, Calvary Augustine. canned fruit .cakes which will J" Miller, Mrs. Hugh Arnold Bob
at the home of the "bride by be sold by club members.
and Mrs. James Crews.
Rev. Richard 'Roberts, pastor of Members present 'I December 19th was set for the i I I

the Heights Baptist Church in weiner roast followed by club members' Christmas party,! SERVICE
Pensacola. cial hour. Afterward, a club reporter Pat Cowart said. I Measurements show that in!:
ness meeting was bUSi-1 one second enough water flows all makes
After a wedding trip, Mr. and
which the following officers I from Manatee Springs to fill a
MARVIN
Mrs. Bagwell will reside at 619 GEORGE MILLER
were elected: trough one hundred and nine Sales, Tubes and
Watson Ave., East Pensacola
Heights. President, Becky Hatnby, Crescent } 'Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Mil- feet long, one foot deep and one ,Antenna Installation

The bride is a former residentof City; vice-president, Nancy I ler announce the arrival of a foot wide. It is in Manatee i

Flagler Beach, having movedto Ramage, First Baptist, Palatka; I nine pound one and half ounce Springs State Park near Chief- :I PHONE- HE 9.2204

Pensacola about two years secretary-treas., Bette Manucy, son, born November 3rd, at the land. ..
Ancient City Baptist, St. Augus I Flagler Hospital in St. Augus- -
ago.
tine;;, prayer chairman: Pat Wilson tine. He has been given the .

MRS. RODGERS HOSTESS Calvary Baptist, St. Augus-., name of George ..Marvin.He .

I AT PINETTES MEETING tine; steawardship chairman, is the grandson of Mr. and NOTICE
;' Elise Matthews, Calvary Baptist Mrs. Gerald Combs of

The Pinette Club met Monday St., Augustine; community land and Mr. and Mrs. Marine-I

evening at the home of Mrs.:I'I missions chairman, Betty Jo ler of Bunnell.
Maude Holland on Palm Avenue Revels Bunnell; publicity chairman DIXIANA RESTAURANTWILL

with Mrs. 'John Rodgers as host-I I Joyce Morris .First Baptist RETURNS TO HOMEIN
BE OPEN
Palatka; mission study chair- VIRGINIAMr.

ess.Mrs.. Rodgers served a chili man, Georgiann Knobloch, Ancient -
and Mrs. William Marshall
supper to her guests. Membersof City, St. Augustine.Mrs. EVERY SUNDAY
returned to their home in
the Club planned to have Clyde Rosier, associational -
Onancocke, Va., after visit
their Christmas dinner party on W.M.U. president, installed a DELICIOUS DINNERS
here with Mr. and Mrs.
December 18th, and their husbands these officers with a very impressive Raphael I p
Sturman.Mrs. i PRIME RIB OF BEEF
will be invited guests. ceremony centered on I
Marshall had the
Those present were Elissa Til- the theme "Your Hands Are spent YOUNG TURKEY
- ton, Pat Cowart, Marjorie Kin- I I What You Are." past ten days here visiting with
her father and Mrs. Sturmanand
ney, Betty White, Nita Haywood, The next associational meeting Fresh Cooked Vegetables Daily
Mr. Marshall flew down fora
Joan Crews. will be held on February 1,
next year at Bunnell.MR. visit over the weekend and BRING YOUR WIFE AND FAMILY
the return home.
Mr. and Mrs. Coy ,Harris were trip

called to Bonifay Monday of last STURMAN RETURNS -- -

week by the sudden death of HOME FROM HOSPITAL .

Mr. Harris' father. Mrs. Harris Raphael Sturman returned to

returned here Thursday ,of last his home here Sunday after undergoing S Fy
.. week' and 'Mr. Harris 'remained surgery at'''St. Vincent's

there with his mother until I Hospital in Jacksonville on

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middle and laboring classes, on i j i Florida's competition, particularly -. in a mood to recommend Flor-
AMERICANA CitievToSe* the assumption that they will I in the West Indies, is get- ida to others.

: i Buffalo New York not have the funds because of ting stiffer each season with

i wage losses. Representatives of new and better accommodations There are more than 100 breedsof

[. I IN i tourist attractions on the state opening ,up on the off-shore islands domesticated dogs.
II I concurred in this thought but and better transportation

I II the State Development Commission facilities available both by boator 1 1i
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\. representatives present tooka plane.
I more optimistic view and felt r Electric
that 'while this condition might I I To hold our own we need to i Contracting
I i I stay on our toes continue advertising
result in the
. loss of some JOHN RODGERS
: i ness, it would be offset bUSi-j and promotion end !
increase in overall business I' through courtesy and attentionto I Ph. ID 7.340S-BunnelL Fla.
our guests send them home I
winter and .
ii. summer.Representatives
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__ I air lines and bus lines all reported -!

more inquiries about I I USEDIAZINON

Florida than ever before with !

every indication of a bumper i .
tourist crop this fall 'and winter.\i '
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ties can visit Florida on an all- i

expense plan including accommodations i ,.

motels, transporation at swank hotels by either and AND

Buffalo. New York, in the heart of the world-famous Niagara Region train bus or plane and meals is "t! "
and at the gateway to Canada is toe hub of one of the greatest industrial
becoming more and more popu- "
and commercial activities on'the continent.The I
lar. The travel-now and pay-
busy activity is in its great harbor and railroad terminals at .!
later is also
appeal clicking "
the crossroads of international commerce-towering grain elevators, I. ": PARATHIONEMULSION
with folks of limited
steel plants, automobile factories food industries and other diversified means as "
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/' industrial and commercial activities provide 9 scene of American it permits them to take a trip '

industry and commerce, at its best. More than TWO million visitors I and pay for it over a period of H "
annually discover Buffalo is a friendly city-tne "City of Good time. I 4
Neighbors." : .

Always one of America's great When the War of 1812 was de- "" 'W '
inland .Buffalo became clared, Buffalo was a thriving
water ports O. F. For Control ofWIREWORMS
community of log cabins with a
world with the
a port open Registered
ing of the St. Lawrence Seawayin population of 1500. Buffalo was YJYJW.i .
1959. It is the largest grain mil chartered as a city in 1832 when ''I 1 Real Estate : "
ling and distribution center in the its population was around 10,000.
world and the solar plexus of a Two Buffalonians achieved the Bunnell
highest office of government when ... .. . .. ..
.. vast rail, water highway and air YwYfti'r "'.. .. .. ... ... .YVti
transport network. Millard Fillmore became the 13th
President of the United States and
Products made in the Buffalo Grover Cleveland the 22nd and I
area include cans and'chemicals 24th. The Pan American Exposi- .
supersonic jets, headache pills, tion in 1901: made Buffalo's resources I GOOD NEWS
S. golf balls, automobile tires, motor known to the far corners '. for potato growers
boats and items.
many other More
of the world with the result that .
than 2 manufacturers normally
030 -
within
the city a decade passed
employ around 2>OOaJ workers. from an ,exclusively commercial Now effective
can get longresidual '
' First: settlers came to Buffalo, city to become also a great indus- E": you .J. .
then New Amsterdam, in 17C4. trial center. '

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I'Too Late Florida' Exhibit in the"New York I '
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State Chamber of Commerce is ers. : CON NTROL 0

,. more alert and active, than the Every exhibit of statewide I .a r gvI '
; Tourist Services 'Committee scope in the past, such, as our 'T? : "
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r- headed by Richard (Dick) Pope exhibits at Chicago, Cleveland, '
f: of Winter Haven.It New York and other points, have WITH
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< paid off handsomely, bringing
was my privilege ,to attend I
' millions of dollars to the statein <
a session of this ,committee held I .
at West Palm Beach recently the form of tourists and in \.

, and I am convinced that with vestors. After listening, to Mr. ,
Brown outline plans for such a
such able leaders as are found
in this group working diligently show, the committee,voted unanimously rI
' to recommend it to the
Florida's tourist
" to advance in- I
board of directors of the State I
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dustry we can look with confidence ;
' 'on the future of the Chamber at their annual meet-

state's tourist business. ing, in Tampa in ,December.

Another interesting discussion INSECTICIDE SOIL TREATMENT
t;: I was particularly interested
dealt with' the effect of the steel
in of '
p; the proposal Earl W. I .
,:..' Brown DeLand, that Florida strike on the state's tourist busi .... ?:: \ Now versatile Diazinon-The standard for ;.
--- --- -- -- ness, led byvJames E. Gorman, -.. '. k". multiple insect control on fruits and vegetables -
managing director of the FlorIda '": I is accepted for use as a soil insecticide for
RCA VICTOR Retail .Federation.It .i. + 4w control of Southern Potato Wireworm. -

LIVING COLOR TV appears that Florida is in :"::;. f4 This is good news to potato growers. These

t', "LOOK FOR THE WINDOW THE PICTUREIN I'a more favorable position than < << All, 41I, four big Diazinon advantages tell you why.

f \ Southern Radio & Television many.states as far ...as effectsof # CONTROLS RESISTANT STRAINS-Diazinon dot ..
4. Sit E. Granada-Ph. ,OR 7-2001 the strike are concerned. In- : .: the job where chlorinated hydrocarbons fail. -

ORMOIfD dications are that winter business '- "i" LONG RESIDUAL ACTION-One application of

: in, Florida will hold up in l'- fA': :' i J Diazinon prior to planting protects tubers zx

., FREE.PAINT. spite of the strike.If until harvest.
Ik One extra gallon of your choice ill effects these '
occur -
any SAFE-Diazinon is one of the safer phosphate ,
:> with each gallon you buy i will not be felt until next summer 'f I 'insecticides :

t;.' Mary Carter Paint Store I showing up in the curtailment VERSATILE-Applied as a foliar spray .: I

i' 0....* Beach at Ce...... Ban : of travel: to"Florida of va- j1 Diazinon is also effective against other insect
b- ...... Weatcate Sk.val g cater I cationing families among the g: pests attacking potatoes including flea beetles,
--- = .' Colorado potato beetles and dipterous : '
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=' leaf miners. .

FOR,,ALL HOURS-DAY OR.NIGHt Apply As '.II.Treefmest :.'

-',, '. Apply effective safe Diazinon to potato fields i
;: as a soil treatment prior to planting.Use sufficient ': {'
i > AMBULANCE. j,.' water to achieve thorough coverage. Then mix .t.; '
PHONE VAlley 41625t ] : : thoroughly by dieting or other means, to the top i '
three to sue inches of soil, depending upon the "'
SERVICE
location of the wireworms. Diazinon's. long residual ;-U' .
; AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA action protects the tubers until harvest. '.',
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f': always at your service with promptness, safety and .',. :.-, -":-., damage Don't take to your chances potato on crop.Southern There Potato is no Wireworm need to 't:- '"-i:": ." ..
f".l; @ ) gamble now that you can get positive long residual _;j "
'>:',- 1 :' protection with Diazinon insecticide-available as :-:,
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." Equipped With Oxygen Resutitator and Inhalator -'..._ IA/0/JMRMr, Of'IMteCTICIOet.r Call your supplier' right now! ", "
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How Well Do. You Know Your; America? green celery, sliced tomato and per pound. However, the consistently dollar gold piece. ..J

parsley. Cook 18 to 20 minutesper fine ribs turned out in I --- .- -

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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
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;i'k-% ''; enough to warrant trying his I.Commis-sioners .
The result of this method is on ,'
I I directions. I the 7th day of December, A. D. r
"' v>.; ", a: .*;:. 3 something between rare and 1 i 1959 at the hour of 9:00 o'clock .

medium. The oven temperature j \ ,A. M. in ,the office of the Clerk of .:
I I NOTIC the Circuit Court in the Flagler
is slightly hotter (fifty degrees) I.1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE j;i County Court House for the Bale j
that the Board of County Commis- J of the following property:
than most roasting charts and
sioners will receive sealed bids on j Lots 3 and 4, except North
I. the 7th day of December. A. D. 60 feet Lot 3. Block 48. .

1959 at the hour of 9:00 o'clock j I Moody Subdivision As per ,
A. M. in the office of the Clerk of j plat Book 1 page 24. Flag-
BUNNELL the Circuit Court In the Flakier | ler County records.
(! I 'rh., Board reserves the right to
'G following
I LODGE No. 200 I I reject any and all bids. ,

II F. & A..M. For complete construction of anew I DATED at Bunnell. Florida this
I stockade buildinp. Successful ,,10th day of November A. D. 1959.

I Meets First and Thud Tuesday bidder to furnish all labor ma- j C. H. COWART. Chairman ;
terials, and performing the work Official Seal
for said stockade building and all 'ATTEST: ,
Dean M. Peterson 'V. M. necessary attendant facilities as I RALPH E HARBERT. Clerk

JOHN A. CLEGG Secy. called for in connection with the I: Board County Commissioners
{ Tlagler County Florida ,
erection and completion of the :
'Nov. 12-19-2tcI
above named project.Flans .
IV Tim CIRCUIT COURT OF
FLAGLKR COI'XT\. FLORIDA, IS I ICIIAXC.UY file at the and, office specifications of the Clerk are on of I I.x I Tin: CIRCUIT 'O.nT OF
NO. 3S6O the office of I' FI..\<;iKH CO I'NTV. FLORIDA. IN
and at
Circuit Court
RUBEN; WILLIA ISO Alfred G. Kemmerer. ('II.\Xe.an': >o. as-ji ..
the Architect.
I' + Plaintiff. 925 North Atlantic Avenue. Da.tonaBeach. I ANNA JANNUZZI.Plaintiff.
vs." I
Florida. Copies of these .
ARLINE ELIZABDTH"WILLIAMSON. vs.
be obtained by prospective
''iI O ;. plans may General Contract Bidders : ROY JANNUZZI. ..

I Defendant. from, the architect by depositingTen j Defendant
NOTICE TO 1>KKE>D set J NOTICE TO DKrr.M
/
Dollars same
TilE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: $10.00) per !Till: STATE OF
Freeways designed to expedite the continual flow of ,traffic are Arline Elizabeth Williamson to be fully refundable documents if returned bid issubmittt"d I Roy Jannuzzi FLORIDA. TO:

vital to every large American city. Automobiles, buses, trucks and Address UnknownYou within five and(5) days after bid date.A I 7312 Blvd. ,

public conveyances are so much a part of our day to day living suit has are been hereby filed notified against that you in a certified check or a satisfactory -I f New East, Jersey North Bergen.

teat without these traffic arteries congestion would entitled and bid bond in the amount equalto I You
be'such
pattern the above cause; you five cent (5S' ) of the gross are hereby notified that a
that we could sometimes walk faster than we could ride. But, free- are hereby required to file your answer bid shall per be submitted with each suit has been filed against you In
1 with the Clerk of this Court I the above entitled cause and
1 ; you
ways, with their overpasses and underpasses, keeps traffic moving., and to serve a copy thereof upon bid. bidders Bonds or will checks be returned of unsuccessful and-I I are hereby required to file your

Shown above Is one of the most famous of our nation's freeway the Plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney that of successful bidders retainedand I answer with the Clerk of this
I whose and address is ,Court and
name : to
serve a thereof
copy
systems, at Los ,Angeles, California. Ray Selden I the to Board become of the County sole Commis-propertyof %I upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs
Selden Building I torney. whose name and address
such time the bidder
800 Main Street N sioners until
Daytona Beach Floridanot shall fully comply with the bond i lie: W. Cecil Grant

I, Tips on Cooking ine one's self a member of the later than November 27. A. D.. and contract requirements as. set I 407% Main Street
1959.If. forth in these specifications.The I Daytona
Beach Florida
flninsial stratosphere while eat Board the right to
you fail to do so, decree pro reserves I not later than December ,7, A. D..
all bids and to
I. ing these tender, flavorsome ribs. confesso will be entered against I reject any and/or 1959.I .
Prime Rib Roast take sufficient time to examine the
you for the relief demanded in the' of the bidders and fail to do so, decree pro1confesso
bill of complaint. The nature of qualifications will be entered
Is it absolutely togo With obvious pride, the owner said suit being for divorce. waive informalities in the bid sub- I for the relief demanded againstyou in the
necessary WITNESS hand and seal of I'mitted. bill of complaint. The
,I passes along some tips on how my Florida this nature of
to a prime rib specialty house said Court this 21st day of October. DATED at Bunnell. .said suit being for Divorce.
D. 1959.
his kitchens can turn out day A. D. 1959.Otltcial 10th day of November. A. i WITNESS my hand and seal of
to get an out-of-this-world rib? ( Seal) J I C. H. COWART Chairman. said Court this 3rd day of Novem-
The answer should be no but after day ribs of consistently excellent RALPH E. HARBERT Official Seal I ber A. D., 1959.
quality.' Clerk of said Circuit Court 1 ATTEST: (Official Seal)
the fact is that something not Oct. 29 & Nov. 5-12-19-4tc I' RALPH E. HARBERT. Clerk. I RALPH E. HARBERT.
Board of County Commissioners. Clerk of said
Circuit Court
,entirely desirable frequently "In selecting beef for prime Flagler County. Florida 'Nov 5.12-19.26-4tc
I Nov. 12-19 2tc
happens to a choice, well mar- ribs remember to buy top quality IN THE
OJfj 3FlagIpr Uribunr CIRCUIT counT SEVEN-
bled rib roast between the meat : The lean should be well I NOTICE IS NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN III TII FOil JUDICIAL KLAOLER CIRCUIT. IN AND

counter and the table.If flecked or marbled with fat. BUNNKLL. FLORIDA \ that the Board of County Commie IDA IN CHANCERY.COUNTY CASE KLOR-NO.
sioners will receive sealed bids on 3H7'G.
this sort of thing happens Have the butcher saw off the the 7th day of December A. D. 1959 RICHARD A. TOWNSEND.
hour of 9:00 o'clock A. M.
in life it could be backbone but leave the ribs at the Plaintiff.
your you're on MRS. M. B. FULLER. EditorDesignate in the office of the Clerk of the -\8-
i doing something wrong. It may as they add flavor to the meatas Circuit Court in the Flagler Coun- MILDRED K. TOWNSEND.
ty Court House for the following:
not be necessary to be a professional well as enhancing the flavorof One good used late model tractor TO Defendant.NOT.C'I' APPEAR.
Official PnbUcatl with diesel engine, electric startIng I
i chef to'turn out a delicious the gravy. Fat should be for Public Netlces of Flatter I with not less than 65 horsepower THE MILDRED STATE K.OF TOWNSEND FLORIDA TO:

: rib roast, but it certainly light in color. on draw' bar. and not less c/o Hannah Rainsbury
County. Municipalities therein : than 20,000 pounds bare tractor. I ]tt. 1. Box 106 '-
r doesn't hurt to listen to what least five roller
"For 6 to 8 and the State of Florida I e1raw' Aljer. Ohio
people, buy an 8- track h* 20-inch track YOU ARE HEREBY
I one has to say. crank bulldozier I NOTIFIED
guard
shoes case
pound rib roast. Wipe the meat blade mounted In front winch in that a suit for divorce has been

t In three Florida restaurantsof with a damp cloth and salt and }I Entered mm second, class matter' back cable control. stumper head I filed against cause you and in you the are above hereby entitled -

the same ownership, prime pepper. Place roast fat side up J February 1,1913 at the ..-t.AlH'at and Also rake one to good fit same.used Loboy tandem required, to whose serve upon Plaintiffsattorney

ribs receive such elegant treatment rack Bannell, Florida, under act ot trailer not less than twenty- hereon. name and address
in appear writen
on a a roasting pan ,in five (25) ton capacity with a good your defense.
that they have earned the I if any. to the Bill of Complaint
March 3. 1876. used
tractor truck.
an oven preheated to 350 de. in said suit, on or before the 11th
title "Millionaire's Special," not Anyone wishing to submit a bid day of December. A, D. 1959; else
grees. on the above equipment, have same decree
because of the cost of the meal, One year $2.60 on County Yard on date bids are against pro confesso. will be entered
you.WITNESS
"Add a little water in the bottom to be submitted.
but because it is easy to imag I oix months .____SLJ& I, Any and all bids submitted will said my hand and seal of
and'for Court this
of the pan extra be duly considered. t 6th day of November -
I ,.. A. D. 1959.
w I (Seal
-- --- ) RALPH E. HARBERT
Sixty (60) 55-gallon drums of ,
As Clerk of said Court
coppertreat wood preservative or W. L. WADSWOIITH
creosote.

: __ I.reject The any Board reservesbids.. right to Bunnell.Solicitor P.O. Box for 396 Plaintiff-

DATED at Bunnell. Florida this Florida
.
4 } 10th day November; A. DChairman..1959 Nov. 12-19-26 & Dec. 3-4tc

,> air hr1:1:: /______ J OFFICIAL C. H.SEAL COWART, LEGAL NOTICE ,

ATTEST: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
RALPH E. HARBERT. Clerk. FLORIDA SEVENTH JUDICIAL
PktllALik. 1 Board County Commissioners. CIRCUIT IN AND
: Flagler County Florida. COUNTY IN c Nov. 12-19-2tc JAKE P. WARD. a single man,
Plaintiff,

II> THE CIRCUIT COl'IlT, !!KVKV- .
TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND I JOHN I LONG; et ai..
I FOR FLACL.RR COUNTY FLOR I Defendants.
I IDA. IN .:(l ITY. EQUITY NO THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO!
, I John Long residence unknown'!
ELIJAH CAMPBELL. I Robert Thompson Heselton and
I
Plaintiff Clara Evelin Heselton husband and
wife who's last known address
resort lift? A concrete patio brings it as Besidts being beautiful, this concrete terrace ,BERTHA CAMPBELL. was City of Bradford York' County.

close as your own back yard. serves as a solid base for swings. Defendant.. Great tltlUni ?. Reinhardt and
Laura .
NOTICE TO AIM EAR AND .Relnhardtnusband and
ANSWER wife who's last known residence
I IN THE NAME OF THE STATE was Lin colnton' Lincoln| County
.OF FLORIDA: North Carolina: Anita A. Batley
TO: BERTHA CAMPBELL whose who's last known residence was
r residence and whereabouts are unknown Walterboro Colleton County South
or is in some state or coun- Carolina: Roberta Harbour. who's
try other than.the State of Florida [ last known residence was Lincoln
but said State or country is un i ton n' LrMIVCoJnt! North Carolina
known. or If in the State of Flor Brown who's last
ida that she conceals herself so .I known residence was Uncolnton.
that process cannot be personally I Lincoln County. North Carolina and
served upon her. to all persons claiming| any estate.
You are hereby notified that a right title or Interest in. or lieu
suit has been brought against you upon the real Property herein de-
in the Circuit Court Seventh Ju-: scribed or any part thereof -
dicial Circuit. Flagler County, Flor Defendants. Greetings:
ida, in Equity by ELIJAH CAMP You are hereby Notified that a
BELL. Plaintiff and you are here- proceeding to Quiet Title has been
by required to file personally or brought In the Circuit Court for
by Attorney, with the Clerk of f Putnam County. Florida against
said Court.- your Answer or de-, all persons claiming any estate.
' fenses to the Bill in Equity in right title or interest In. or lien
Garden wall 90 glamorout with modern concrete Tree or* twice at attractive with a curbing of said suit on or before the 15th I UPon. except as excluded In the Bill
,J grille block-and for so little. colored concrete masonry units. day of December. A. D 1959. and aertbed teal)property d-
also to serve a copy of your An situated in
swer or defenses upon Messrs. Putnam and FlaS'er Counties FlorIda.
-
: OSSINSKY & KROL. Attorneys for to-wit: .'
r I Do wonderful'things ,for your outdoor Hiring Plaintiff at their office at 411 An Island situated In Crescent
'j Main Lake
Street. Daytona Beach. Flor- known as Bears Island
ida on or before the 15th day of and situated In Fractional Section -
,-. with modern concrete December A. D. 1959 as required 20 and 21. Township 12
I __ .1t by the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure South Range 2S East of Tal-
.
(
., I and herein fall not or a lahassee Meridian. In Florida.

L. '1''. It's fun to live in your own yard enjoying a You can also color concrete-mix it.in or J cree Decree will Pro be Confesso entered and against Final De- containing ing to the 68.17 acres accord-
you official
r a patio party a home-style picnic or paint it.You can score it in patterns or give it by default. survey of the said Plat lands of the returned -
I. in the surface I You are further notified that the to General Land
just sitting sun. special texture. Poured, pre-cast, or \ name of the Court In which said by the Office
Surveyor
I,\. Modern concrete makes it easy.It's so verin masonry units,.concrete goes with any sur (suit has been Instituted is the and yoU are hereby required General. to file

. :: satile, so easy to work with. It adapts so roundings-and goes beautifully. cuit Circuit of Court.Florida Seventh in and Judicial for Cir- with written the Clerk of said Court your

i': I readily to any ideas, any yard* any budget.You can do some of,this work yourself or I County. In Equity and that Flagler the said proceedings motions' plea on or or before answer November In

.- Perhaps you'll start with a patio...a walk you can call in a concrete contractor mason. set title forth.of said suit is as hereinabove 16. 1959. If any and serve-

: I '. or a garden wall a small pool. or They're listed in the Yellow Pages. Or if you You are further notified that the Attorney a copy of same Edward upon L.the Plaintiffs

I' _; steps on a slope.A screen of concrete masonry would like more ideas write for free folder, )divorce nature of said suit Is a suit for Lemon Street, Palatka. therein Bush. setting 914

; "Concrete For Outdoor and a vinculo matrimonll. up the estate right title
units is another beautiful improvement. Living. WITNESS my hand and seal of Interest In. or fen upon the above or '
'
office
,1 at
Bunnell. Flagler County. described
property claimed by
'., Florida. this 9th day of November. Herein fail not, or Judgment you.will
j. THE MARK OF A I A. D.RALPH 1959. be' entered against you by default.
.
E. HARBERT
.! ,
MODERN HOME... As Jerk. 0' the Circuit Court ot said Court at Palatka.and tPuttam

: PORTLAND,CEMENT ASSOCIATION of Flagler'County, Florida County. Florida. this 9th
\ : (Circuit day ot
.
.
A. ,' I Court Seal) October. A. D. 19:;'.
!i. 112 fm CiUiiot Mva,Oilni.i, ........ concrete OSSINSKY KROL; (Official Seal)
Solicitor
,....:.-.:.: '-'A: aatiqaa orjaaifatMii' to improvt eadtxknd At uta cf concrete (411 Main for Street Plaintiff. \.W-Above NICHOLS.Styled JR.Court.Aa Clerk of

I' I Daytona Beach. Florida<< ,,. By..CAROL-nt
Nov. ,12-19-2C Dec 2-.te' Oct. B. 8APP. D.C.
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, PAGE EIGHT, THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday- Nov. 12, 1959


Bunnell How's YourNavigation ishes some of them. Her effortsdo or did you have time to enjoy
'
.:: .l3eacL not show
J.lagler -, her best ability' them? N
High School ? though, because of the rush in How did you spend your leisure .

which she does things. time? How much time did
Continued trom Page 4 HeadlinesBy !
(By Mrs. Earlece Greenwalt) Now which are you-a circuny you spend on passive'hings
-
. Miss Betty Meadows returned ( Betty Jo Revels) I; Are you a "circum-g1vator"? navigator or a destination navi such as television, radio, movies,
to her home here last week af They say while the cats away A circumnavigator is* a person gator? Perhaps you are some or,just loafing, enjoying the luxuary -

ter taking two months business, the mice will play. In the foot. who is so busy she is just going where in between and could of doing"nothing"? Enoughto ,

trip, abroad. I ball stands Friday night they in all directions at once. stand some improvement so as relax and unkink those knots
Burnsed is to be of destination acquired hours? Or
were, saying while These people constantly flutter more a navi by working
Mrs. Hugh Arnold was dismissed away Jazczak 'will play, and about, always busy but never gator. too much, so that you,got, slug.

from the Flagler Clinic play he did, with 'four touchdowns seem to accomplish anything except One good method of assuring gish or fidgety? How mucn

and Hospital in Bunnell Sundayand to aid the Bulldogs in creating nervous tension.Or yourself of having some leisure time did you spend on activi

is now at her home here. their victory over Taylor High. you might be'lflr1 "destination time is by budgeting your time. ties"? What were they? Which

Jerry Burnsed again playeda navigator"-a person who decides Check' upon how .you did 'last did you enjoy the most? Why?

Through error last week we good game, making a fine run. where they are going, how week by making a chart with I Ideally, some free time shouldbe

denvent surgery at the Halifax The rest of the team played a they are going to get there, and the days of the week in a row spent "passively" and some .
Hospital in Daytona Beach. He good game too. They were all then carries out their plan. across the top and the activitiesof "actively," some "receiving" and
that Tony Kazmrak un- with Jim Burnsed each listed some "giving."
reported working hard You will discover that a desti day down the left .
Is patient at the Ormond stands. /The final side. to how
a sitting in the nation navigator will have leis- Try remember you
Beach Hospital where he under to 13 favor. each hour write it
score was 34 our ure time-a time :to enjoy he spent and all JJUWWWVWWWWVWWWFRED
went surgery.Mr. The Freshmen sponsored the down on the chart.. '
, compulsory activities. But I A. FRUITS
I dance after the game which, by the circum.navigator is not so How much time did you spendon

and Mrs. Ray Martel and.I the way, was going so good at fortunate-she has time only to sleep, meals, personal care, I JEWELERDIAMONDSWATCHES
visited during the week : 20 minutes to 1 o'clock
family about work '
race about trying to do the transportation, and leisure
I'
. end in Quincy with her parents, they had to make the teenagers many things for ,which she has time? Were your meals and
REPAIRING
. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Brooks.. leave. The Country Rocks, with i I :
work and ...
... .
. other activities rushed ...
Because
accepted responsibility. ..--................n.....
the help of a fine sax player,
I -- --
--- --
.. she has no organized plan for I _
Mr. and Mrs. Martin 'Porte arrived kept the dancers on their feet
reaching her goals, she gets
this week from Detroit to almost all the_evening. The sax many projects started and fin. INSHRE-Sfay Insured & Rest AssuredGET
, spend the winter months in their player with the pink sax was
home in Venice Park: H. B. Steen. He is the nephewof

... Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morris. TURKEY SHOOTSat. THE BEST PROTECTION FROMH.
Mr. and,Mrs. Fritz Arndt from Everyone seemed to enjoy the i

Vermilaye, Ohio, spent Tuesdayhere music very much.It I
Nov. 14th T. COOK AGENCYCitizens
with their cousins Mr. and was good to see some of .

Mrs. J. P. Stryker, Sr. They were the college' crowd home. Billy I
on their way to Miami for the Deen and"his friend, Butch, were Bunnell Airport Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida I II

winter. here Friday night, then off to .
Gatorland Saturday for the game Route 11 J

Mrs. George Moody, Sr., is and the Gator Band. .

visiting with relatives in Birmingham I JoAnn Morris has been doinga 12 o'clock CRAIG FUNERAL HOME I
Ala. this week. marvelous job working out noon

I the routines for the majorettes. i I A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
Mr. and Mrs. William Thompson They have been delighting the Sponsored by ,
I
HARDIN. Associate
',- bf Fort Mill, S. C., were hereto audience with their fine shows. JOHN
Methodist Men's Club
,_ spend the weekend and make Also David Shields did a splendid AIR OXYGEN

plans to build their, retirement job of directing the band Friday CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I LADY I EQUIPPED '.
home, in Palm Island. night. of Flagler Beach I ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
Tri Hi Y and Hi-Y held their
12 GUAGE SHOTGUNS AND i
_ Florida's first plant, constructed induction of new members Tuesday 22 RIFLES I i Phone ID 7-3532

:,- to generate electricity with night with a candlelight Shotgun shells will be furnished 1 I I I

t. atomic power, .will be located in I Ir service. They also plan to take Guns will be available I I 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA .

the Florida West Coast area, and over the clothes drive project ___ ___ -
ys is scheduled for completion in this year and would appreciatethe ti .:'

; 1963. cooperation'of all membersof I 4.jwwwiwiYpMNNl .

the community. The drive / NMM','
ends tomorrow with students in

; CLASSIFIEDADS Bunnell school bringing all the
L ii-
unused clothes they have at \J

home for the children in the r
:
mountain area.

. Vota Veta Sunday school class
s Llatlap under tkla heatla an
S eeat per wor*,eacfc laoerttoM and its monthly meeting Mon.
BO cents !. minimum charger night at the. home of Mrs.
________ day
J' TOR SALE-A 1953 Gulbransen Clyde Lewis. Plans were made I w.

. mahogany piano. Price $400. for the annual Christmas party.II I

\', Phone ID 73445. Nov. 12.19.2tp Everyone has been trying to II I l
, decide if their class pictures do Goodbye to the dogleg w UM doorway! Leave Oh. say can yoa see with 55%creator sky-to-road vision.That sleek,
it to Ford to sweep that annoying windshield pillar sloping hood reveals more road than you've ever seen before. New Wide
RENT-2
.... FOR Bedroom. New them justice or flatter them. The I forward,out of your way. No more bumped knees Angle windshield gives you up to 11%greater glass area.Wider angle of vision
home water frontage, unfurnished or snagged hose! through rear window,too.
whole
pictures as, a seem to be frswqr.-wr* ......r----
on Avalon Street, Venice better this year than before. s
Park. Contact Mrs. H. Nuzum It's another note from the c'. "
Box 472, Flagler Beach. I
Freshmen: Things have finally I
'
Nov. 9 2tp. slowed down to a slower pace

., FOR SALE-Gas heaters in good after a week of "rush" last week

E, condition-Call IDlewpod 73328. It was worth every scatterbrain

" ,; Nov. 12-Itp minute though because 'our
: / ,
dance was a tremendous suc
FOUND-A black and white cess. One thing for certain is ,

hound, owner may contact Stan. that we all have a pretty good I IE.
ley Germak by mail at Rt. 1, idea as to how sardines feel.

Box 248, Bunnell. 11-12-Itp The dayshave certainly flown. .
In just' a' few days ,it will be ...3 nddt||boulders hart phnty nrm-atmil mart I You get up to 5 Evoa a ddd can load the freak thanks to its
You can become successful in inches moresnoulder room, inches more hip room in the 1960 Fords.Posture- tow level The trunk sill is perfectly placed..
time for six-weeks tests again.Let's perfect seating makes long-distance fatigue a thing of the past. The man in Just 27* above the street Trunk holds 3 weeks'
business' for yourself. Opportunity face it, we can't win.- the middle has as much comfort as the rest thanks to full-width seat padding- supply of)luggage!Ford is built for people
now in Flagler Co. For infor
mation see S. A. Smith, Box 1011 Freshman news submitted by
fits like Ford!
DeLand or write Rawleigh's Dept. Janice porter. Lovelace, freshman. re Nothing you a '' .

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Nov: 51219tp <
NOVEMBER 14,- FROM 9 -- i'.v.dJrii'a 21; (% I
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wheel drive Al shape, low mileage E X A C 0 OR McDANIEL'S

best offers Phone HE 92067. STANDARD OIL STATIONS

Oct.. 22 4tc
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FOR .SALE-2 bedroom house
Electrical Work .
:; C.B.S. Large lot and large ga : :

rage. Conn. Ave., Hillcrest, Flag Phone ID 7-3589 or can I 60 : -
ler Beach. Call H.L. Lerch, HARRIS APPLIANCE CO. -; -

HE 92395. 10.1-tfc I '
Harold Emery 'From any point of view from every point of value-The Finest FORDS 1 r:
: Fords of a Lifetime. No other cars for '60 are so completely, Ii :',

: jumrcSwlP"FLAGLER ,I wonderfully, new! More news!There'll be three completely rotD-n.r mtr *fi.iMm.t = i:,
REFINANCE TOUR DEBTS DCWinJs of Ford cars-a Fordto fits every family-all .MBH if i
_;:. BEACH REALTY CO. With a Long Term under out roof. Come in and make your choke"C! 0-nt* ** Faro ; ;

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.
:. See:_ for yo' '; t:real estate needs H. ,W. BRYAN 0.'.. ;,i iw.
.
;.-. Office Phone HE 9.2032 Production Credit, Ass. Bunnell Motor Company ;
Residence Phones ID 7-3691' Wedneeday10:09: .

7-3517 :PALATKA .FLORIDA' ". See"FORD STARTIME" in living color on Tuesdays on NBC-TV- '

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