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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: December 3, 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..., Nd. 47 BUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY; DEC. 3,1959 $2.50 A YEAR

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, : "NOR EVER LOSE THY .SIMPLE-FAITH" "Cracker Day" I Christmas Season To Open Here .' .


r.w This Saturday Saturday, December '12, With Parade 1

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I I I raceway of the Flagler County METHODIST I nell Business men's Association :|

: Catttlemen's Association several lis sponsoring a parade of floats ii.
.. miles south of Bunnell on U. S. CHURCH NEWS < arrival of Santa here on __ rf '

Highway 1.Festivities. Saturday, December 12, at 2:30P. ,i
of the day startsat The Bunnell Methodist Youth M., Leo Baker, president of

11:30 with a barbeque dinner.. Fellowship made plans at their the association, announced to
: being served. meeting Sunday evening for the '1 1I

Horse racing begins at one I Bykota Sub-District meeting to day.The parade is scheduled to ;

o'clock,' there will be races for to be held ,here on December 7. I begin at the south city limits ;'
... I|I The Bunnell group will be
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both cow ponies and quarter proceed to one block south of
, 2 III ONLY horses. Games are scheduled 1![ hosts for the meeting and theyare overpass, then south on old brick

) ? c a uv ,1T f I I for both youths -and adults. All i iI I ,.hoping for a large delegation road to first block north of ,
CRSTMAS an
to attend. Plans for interesting
-- I horse owners in the atea are i iI Moody Boulevard. At this point '
and refreshments
invited to enter in the games i program Santa will distribute gifts to the -S:
I I will be served. -, k
and races. I children.
!, This year there are a number The program Sunday evening Another feature of the Christmas '1
... ,,: :::!. .., I Iof 'I was about "The Festival of Succoth '
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.. !!.. new .events and games on project will be the award.
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-- wMd tW''t"It,, "It. ...II'o.H'-. "{.y'uuw the program. It was stated that ing of the prizes to some personson
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$ -" .- .. from the interest shown up to the following Saturday, December -
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.Wi 'I .wiS :nN-i- rl<:HAP._ followed.
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I this time, this promises to be 19. This week ticketsare
The WSCS of the Bunnell
--- the 1.biggest "Cracker .Day" ever being. given by business
I Methodist Church met at 9 o'er .
held by the Association. I places which are ,members of
Circuit Court Bunnell clock. Wednesday morning at
I During the day past presi: the asociation. One does not "
the church for coffee. Following -
dent's plaques will be presented I I have to buy anything or even '
Opens Fall Term High School to R. W. Deen, Jr., 'Raymon I the Coffee a Christmas pro. register. Just ask for a ticket.

Tucker., It is ,expected that a : gram was presented and a business The first prize will be a Norge >

:' December 14th HeadlinesBy state officer of the State Cat I Itlemen's I meeting was held. i Range.

;: Association will be hereto The Official Board of 'the Business places that will give
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( Betty Jo' Revels) Church met at 7:45 Wednesday
make the presentation.. away the tickets are: McDanlel's
: The fall term of Circuit Court It really seemed good ,to be evening for the December business -'I (Standard) .Service Station,

M 'of the Seventh Judicial Circuitin going'to youth council on Saturday -I I I meeting. Moody's Pharmacy, Brannam
_, and for Flagler County will night again. It's hats off!Masons ,ElectAnnual : I Rehearsals for the :Christmas I Food Market Shelton's SuperMarket

convene at the Flagler, County to the City of ,Bunnell and the I Il Cantata have begun and the Rodgerette ,Food,Center,

';" Courthouse at 9 o'clock A. M., l Youth Council Committee. They Officers(! I Cantata will be presented .on I Harris,Appliances Western Auto, .

''t., .! December 14, 1959.? have' don "- a'-\boutiful job' of December 13. I Baker's 5 & 10, 'Colonial Service

At the presen time there are redecorating the* civic center Bunnell Lodge 200 F&A M I,* Next Sunday evening will be Station, Bunnell 'Department

only a few civil cases, which and we all truly appreciate it. held the annual election of officers 1 I the Family Night program. There Store, Biddle's Gulf Service,
;;4' have been pending for some Most of the high school crowd Tuesday evening with the will be a panel on Baptism' at Mather Furniture Store.
time the docket for this term j i this time.
on this weekend 'I
attended the dance
following elected: This is the first project of the
of Court. The Sunday School Christmas
,
which the first
was one
Keith .Lovell, worshipful mas- smallgroup composing the as-
the 36 program will be on Sunday, December
Following are names
since last spring. .. ter; Hugh Arnold, senior warden; I 20. sociation. It is an effort to
drawn from the jury box and are
Joe Gordon, junior warden Geo. create more interest and tradein
By the so you'll be able ; The W. L. Jr.
to be called for jury duty at way pastor Spicer, ,
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home "business It is
E. Wickline, treasurer and Fer- places.
1' this term of court.Harry"Clegg to get your_tickets and date in I[ ; attended 'a District Conference in
ris Solomansecretary.. hoped that other projects ,
many
:- Dale B. Brown, plenty of time, the Seniors are I I Starke Tuesday. The program of
.. sponsoring the Christmas Ball at The incoming'master will appoint the Conference "Total will be proposed and carried
Jr., Curtis H. Rodgers, 'Paul B, was on
the remainder, the of- out in the future.
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the Civic Center this December .
Kelly, Robert G. Mercer, Arthur'J. Enlistment.
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ficers of the 'all 'of whom
lodge,
J. Wilson, Charles Rockett, Jr./ 19. Tickets you buy them I Sunday morning worship serve. ,
: Lester Clair Sheeler, H. H. Murray from a senior, are $2.00, but if take their seats at a meeting on ice is at 11 o'clock and the evening
December 27.Engineers. Retail Trade Has
you wait till you get to the door I hour is 7:30. Methodist
J. T. Gresham,''Edward W. Eat- they are $4.00. Youth Fellowship is at 6 o'clock.

Jr. E. L. Friedman Men's Fellowship will be at Most Employees
man, Rudye I
Tri Hi Y has begun to make Will Sell
P I. Shamblen, 'Jack ,C. Forson, L. 7:30 December .9. '
plans for the annual Miss, Bun
E. Wadsworth, George Clegg, nell High (contest). We hope I Wholesale retail trade estab-

: Tom Baskin, A. ,M. McDaniel, by sponsoring a girl the local I I Timber Along Barge Honor Roll At lishments in Florida employ
"- Albert J. Zamba Lonnie E.
clubs will take part in the con- I{' more people and account: for a
Hart, William P. Hall, Marvin I Canal Right of Way larger payroll than ,other
1.test as they have in previous I I any
Bunnell
Seagraves, J. B. Matherly, James HighFourth
years. Colonel Paul D. Troxler, Dis- type of employer in the state,
H. Dawson, Calton Jones, Harold I I Everyone was all smiles last I I trict Engineer for the U. S. Army I the Florida State Chamber of
E. Higginbotham, Donald 'L.Rapp' Grade-Sue J Broadaway, Commerce reports.
week, or at least while the Engineer District Jacksonville, I
camera was on them. The photographer today announced that pine tim- Ben Cannon, Rusty Improto, Linda Last year, these establishments .
t K. Lr- Tucker, Shelton Barber, KnightTony Parker. employed an annual average -
-' was here to' take club ber, consisting of saw timber I
(.- James F. Harley, William H. and group pictures. Ronnie Ca- and pulpwood of' various pine 5th grade-Walton Cowart, De- of 328,000 persons and had

Chimpky William Harry Atkinson nakaris was still smiling' this species, will be.offered for sale. ., lores Deen, Kathy Emery, Ciki an annual payroll of $1,157,000-
i Leonard A. Johnson, Henry Hein Vicki King Barbara Pache, 000. Currently, some 10,000 more
week. Of course, ,the fact .that The timber is located in Marion ;; .
: ,Mikulka, Harry B. McKenney, S. J. from Palatka was seen in I County, approximately ten miles Marvin Tucker.' persons are employed in trade.

Charles H. Gies. the halls could: of had some south Ocala on 'Government- 6A-Peter Misch, Marge Blake- Trade accounted in 1958 for

thing' to do with it.Molly's I owned land known as the Cross. ly, Sherry Hargett, Brenda Tucker 28 percent of the total number

Mrs. Idelson + Florida Barge Canal .Right-of- Stanford Robertson, Catherine of employed persons (exclusiveof
always, got a tel a! Way. Hinson, ,Sue Deen. farm- workers) and for 23 per

}: Dies After This week' she was showing H B. The specific trees designatedfor 6B-Lewis Smigielski, Robert cent of the total wages and salaries
Steen, from Florida Southern, McDaniel, Jo Ann Paquin Linda earned by Floridians from
sale have been marked, and .
s. Short Illness. around Bunnell. But then I suppose are available for inspection at I Weaver, Brenda Murray, Betty II tl all sources. Since 1950, the
there isn't 'much to do till
I any time., The timber will be Lynn Bourne, Judy Ann Dunson. trade employment figure' has

.. Information was received here David comes home Also show- sold as a lot in its entirety for 7A-Buzzy McKnight, Heidi gained 59 per cent and payrolls .
this week telling of the 'death ing the sights of Bunnell to company one lump sum. Bids will be Eisenbach Kandyce Lovell, Ida are up '128 per ,'cent.

I of Mrs. Freda Idelson"_of,, Lees, this week was Fern Allen. opened at the Jacksonville District Allen, Saundra/Stupka, Betty Sue Retail trade :accounted last

burg, Florida on November 15. Her cousin, Judy Keen, from Bel- Office on 18 December 1959 Cowart. year for 248100 employees, or

r S She died in a, Leesburg Hospital ton, Missouri is.here.' at '11:00 A. M. Bid ,invitations 7B-None. 75 per cent of the trade employ

following an illness of short du Linda Harris"has decided; 'to may, be obtained from the Dis, 8A-Kathy Barber David J ment iotal. Breaking this down

J. '... ration. become :a working girl. She is trict Engineer, U. S... Army Engineer i Brown Linda Cody Howard Emery J further, the largest retail group, .

,.. Mrs. Idelson was, the wife of working part-time,at Anderson's District, Jacksonville, Sue King, Gloria Moore, Al- I 56,300 persons were employed in

Max Idelson of, Leesburg andS now. David Shields and'se-venal Corps of Engineers.575'Riverside, lida Tucker, Robbie Tucker, Gail eating and drinking places. Filling .

S they were former residents of others ,seemed happy' this 'week Avenue (P.' O.' Box,4970), Jack Wadsworth, Nancy Wilson. stations and automobile

Bunnell. that, Kathy Anderson was home. sonville '1,. Florida 8B-None. dealers employed 40soo'persons;
They resided 'la r Bunnell for"a, for the holidays.As 9th grade-Quinton Emery. dry good stores had 37,900 employees

number of years operating,Department -; usual about, this time of 10A-None. ; department stores 20,-

Store. They moved ,to year it time for:everybody" to Sammie Whi taker/Gloria'McArn. '10B-Peggy Hoskins, Connie 500; hardware and building supply

:.. _. Leesburg about ten ,years; 'ago pull out, their'cowboy. boots and and 'Lovelace"Gorjiemfrom:Tallahassee Shields ,Rick ;Wigle.llth .,- stores.19,600;' ,apparel ,stores

;, I' and ',were engaged,'In,the:,mercantile :-.' dungarees.. ,Cracker- :;,Day- .is this- and,',ceder .Mercer..., 1 I I ; --Betty. Massey; Dianne 16.700, and furniture and home

business there Saturday. J-*.;";.; .... # I i l from, Gainesville, : k f Adams. furnishing establishments'14,300. .
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surVIvors' include her husband _It was. goodls.lweseveral _of .. ''''", .. 1 '\ j i -*,,12..... -Arthur, ..:-Carle,, Robert Cook; All .other''types of :retail stores
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and a daughter both.,>residing j thescollege.. crqwj. ome for" the'I' -SFiorlda: '' "s_ Associatieu -.t!f Ronald*:,Jaszezak. "Judy 'Lewis' togetheremployed! 42,300 persons .

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; AGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Dec. 3, 1959
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'Census BureauPreparing I in':the blanks: name, I their needs and wants.I with the legal proof of identity I II work it must have taken to dig ,

relationship to head of figures, housing I needed to obtain pensions, passports I me up."

hold, date of birth, 'race, health reports guide legis I citizenship, jobs, and in- t

'; For I marital.status, and type of ., Federal' aid to States surance payments."I THE OUTBOARDER j jAuthorized'

-house, apartment, trailer, State assistance to cities could hardly believe my
BiggestQounting barge or whatever. based largely on population. eyes," wrote one grateful citi- Evlnrude Dealer
BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS
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For the 1960 census an armyof tors>> will call in person to I'I'a facts assembled zen. "The wonder of it...And Dockage Storage Free Ramp j A
160,000 enumerators will and collect the answers.., shape national trade thank you again for all the I WE FINANCE

knock on the door of every At every 'fourth dwelling, I War's military: and 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona '
t census-taker will leave' a- i mobilization depends I It
home in the United States and
its possessions. detailed form to be filled t alout available peo I
Electric Contracting
I and returned by mail. The, and skills." FOR 1
huts
Mansions, lighthouses,
monasteries, carnivals, houseboats highlights personal ;questionseducation JOHN RODGERSPh.
to the Census Bureau's
number of times SHELL FILL & SAND ;
"f jails, even the White I of fact-keeping, millions .
ried occupation, income, and ID 7.340B n. Fla.
House will be visited.
i have been supplied I DIRT CONTRACTSCALL
on. But the answers are*
the
Not only will census- ,
I confidential. Not even the
takers count 180,000,000 noses
across the land; they will gather -I or tax agencies can tap t FREE PAINT YOUR CLOSEST OUTLET I

billions of facts about Americans' data for their own purposes. t extra gallon of your 'choice For Quality Furniture EMIl MISSINNEPhone
Once the information is each gallon you buy "We're Out of the
lives and activities. The J
survey'is a fantastically big job, I lected, it is microfilmed, I Carter Paint Store Hight Rent District"CHRIS'S I HE,9-2094 "

verted to electrical ,pulses, I I IJ FURNITURE
the Constitution '
required by Beach at Coquina Barn I FLAGLER BEACH
in Univacs ( I Ji i
every ten years. processed J \Vestgate Shopping Outer I 1 1660 Ridgewood Ave. Holly, Hill
,
automatic computers). .J
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Advance Work Takes j "Indeed," the National -

Three YearsPreparation for a major cen- i|out graphic automatic Magazine equipment says; "

I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I
sus takes about three years. 1 national head count would

TheBureau's nerve center throbs choked to death long ago, on

in two huge buildings' Suit- own undigested paper work." r 'I

land, Maryland, just outside the The 1960 census, for BODY MILLAND HOTEL BAR FUEL OILKING'S
Nation's Capital., More than 2- :I will fill about 100000; pages I
ODELL HERSEY'S Come And Visit
000 men and women use the : more than 100 bound volumes.How TRUCK STOP .

latest electronic devices to record II'' Statistics Are, Used I & -BODY SHOP AL AND ELLIE PHILLIPS 66 GAS &. OILS

and analyze statistics.! What is the value of all I Collision Service AT THEIR NEW BAR"You'll Delivery in the County on
A.I WRECKER SERVICE Meet Your Friends
I bout 400 district offices are +facts? Authors Atwood ; Body & Fender Work Here"FLAGLER Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fue

ing set up for the 1960 survey. 1! Aikman explain, "New 1 :. Matching. Free Estimates BEACH I Gasoline '
j .S. 1 So. OF DUNNELL
Forms will be mailed to all I supermarkets, and hospitals I ID 7-3372-Nite ID 7-3267 U.S. 1 N. Bunnell ID'7.366
The Coolest for the Coolest I
American ,domiciles next 1\Iarch.l] built because of what j Draft Spot BeerSANDPIPER .
Recipients will be asked to fill.:figures tell about i i I SERVICE I FURNITURE
BAR .
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. I McDANIEL'S GIFTSLUNCHESOn I ,
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the Ocean Side of AlA Miles I REED'SDiscount .

i ,AMERICANA Cities to See I I, Service Station North of Flagler Pier 'i I Furniture

I OIL PRODUCTS "Keep Cool at George & Millie's". UP TO 507 DISCOUNT xI
Buffalo New York i PHONE HE 9-2156 I On Furniture and AppliancesNew
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I I -Batteries-Minor Repairs I
I and Used

i. M Y 4 I I I Bunnell ,ID 7-7119 BUILDING SUPPLIES 1100 'Flomich Ave.-Holly Hill

N II Gulf Service WICKLINE FLOOR- COVERING'- ,

--LUBRICATION' Building Supplies
, 'Tilecraft Company"LET
'; I TIRES & BATTERIES
: ; i CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS US FLOOR YOU"Armstrong

'. E U 1 t -7 A.M.:-10 P.M.-7 Days STEEL & Kentile
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I &Lambert<< US 1-ID 7-71!>0 Flagler Beach'!- HE 92254CLEANERS Sold and InstalledAll oj
: : Work';Guaranteed

.. ; I al Service Station I Ormona Beach ,OR 7-3181

p. E. RICE ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION
d I GARDEN SHOP
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., BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY
I MOTOR TUNE-UP Gray's Garden Center
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, TIRES & BATTERIES CLEANING "
;. 3 Headquarter for Gardening Needs
';, S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL SERVICEOpen Ceramics Gifts Dry Arrangement
t'f Materials
[F 0'i 1'+; Atlantic StationJack Dally 8 to 6 Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers

'..: Phone ID 7-3188 TORO LAWN MOWERS
Hall, Proprietor -
s, I -OILS-LUBRICATION 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph.ORMOMJ Oil 7-051

; -Batteries-Accessories
t .,> ,, arrK' 1 ROAD: SERVICE CONCRETE PRODUCTS HARDWARE

Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.
Tel. ID 7-3652 ,
t. Your "Q" For Concrete JOHN DEERE
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Agricultural &Industrial Equipment
L. Presswood
:. Buffalo, New York, in the heart of the world-famous Niagara Re- Garage Dial CL 3-8113 STEEL ,
: gion and the ,gateway to Canada, is the hub of great industrial and STANDARD PRODUCTS Bars & Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled
r. commercial activity. The busy activity of a great harbor, railroad Repairing Road Service DAYTONA BEACH Black&Galvanized Pipe & Fittings
f." terminals, towering grain elevators, steel plants, automobile factories Tube & Accessories LAWN MOWER REPAIRS

,1 food industries and: scores of other diversified industrial and Frozen Our Grocery Foods and Department Staples Quillian's Concrete, Inc. DEEN RD. Phone I". 73143
. :, commercial activities provide a scene of American industry and I Cubed Ice
r' commerce at its best. More than two million visitors annually,dis 9-2139. FLAGLER BEACH Village Hardware Center
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i;:.. cover Buffalo a friendly city-the "City of Good.Neighbors.". DRUG STORES HOUSE PAINTS
Already ''one of the world's Buffalo. Buffalo is the first cityin s Gulf Service
: great inland ports, Buffalo be- the world in'flour and feed GULF Anderson Drug Store Match and mix any color

::. comes a world port with the opening milling. 'Approximately 60,000,000bushels --OILS-LUBRICATION .= Prescriptions Builder's Supplies Kitchenware
r .' of the St. Lawrence,Seaway. of wheat awe milled an- -TUBES-ACCESSORIES GIFTS GREETING CARDS
t Spurred on by the coming of the nually; 70 per cent becomingflour I Beach :;Information- in Service and Sick Room Supplfes AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420
:' Seaway and the building 'of a and the remainder dairy and Clean Rest Rooms". Sundries

f: .$200,000.000 Expressway System, poultry feeds. Buffalo is also the The heart of Flagler ''Beach BUNNELL PAINT' STORE ,
.
t', the 1,567 square-mile "Buffalo-
[ center of one of the largest electrometallurgical -
j : Niagara area is moving ahead production areas REPAIRS '.. Moody's.Pharmacy JERRY'S PAINT MART
with 'record-breaking construction
t: in the 'world.Estimated. VEL-VON .
HANNA
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-new housing, new and en- Service Station Flagler County's Corner Drug Store & PAINT
'population of:Buffalo s
larged public improvements One Coat Plastic Finish
PRESCRIPTIONS
t';, new and expanded industrial in'April 1957: 589300. Popula- Arcadius Habel., Mechanic DRUGS-SUNDRIES Stops Masonry Dampness
plants, research facilities and tion of Erie County: 1072092. AUTO REPAIRS :. Paint Sundries
.- commercial establishments. Buffalo is the heart of an 'area Now We'll: ,Overhaul and;j; |t FOUNTAIN SERVICE 29 W. Granada-Ormond BeachPh.
Buffalo is famous for its high which includes the greatest concentration Your Power Mower i BunnelL Fla. Phone ID 73661JORMOND 'OR 7-0761
:-, diversification of industry both i of population on the Job Too Big Or Too Small
No. Bay St. Bunnell PRESCRIPTION
North American continent. Mostof
light and heavy. One can name RADIOTELEVISIONDON'S
" any product from golf balls to the large cities in the United GARAGE i PHARMACY

t''. neon gas and motor boats to au- States and Canada' are, within a Service J Sick Room .Supplies-Sundries RADIO & TV
tos-and find ,that it is made in 500-mile( radius of Buffalo. Towing
5; AUTO REPAIRS j 24-Hour, Prescription Service Zenith Sales ,and Service .

f ...._.nn.........-. ....._............._....."_..n............ Balancing-Front Transmission Service End .I Free Rt.Delivery AlA- 1 in ml.Flagler North of Beach "We Sell the Best '
and Service the Rest"AUTO
Alignment ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661
r FOR,ALL.HOURS-DAY'OR NIGHT Granada Ormond-OR 7-0883 RADIOS A' SPECIALTY

ThompsonPharmacy-, U.S. Hwy 1, Ormond, OR 7-1473
TRANSMISSION :\
AMBULANCE Your Health Is Wealth
PHONE VAlley 4-1625J I HOLLY HILL Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS / REAL ESTATE

,, SERVICE SERVICE I Margaret Givens
ST. AUGUSTINE.. FLORIDA In Our Hands ,.
; Rebuilding
Reg. Real Estate Broker
141 W. Granada-Ormond 7-1421 .
it Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia;;Ambulance. We ov AM MAKES OF Notary PublicSpecializing
I ,' TRANSMISSIONS
are always at your service with promptness,, safety and 1239 Ridgewood Holly Hill in
i OR 7-1381, FLORISTS OCEAN & RIVER PROPERTIES
i' X 7i.D' Phone HEmloek 9-2035
AND PACKAGE STORE Blacks Flower Ken Mar Motel-Flagler Beach
' Equipped With Oxygen'Resusitator' and Inhalator Shop
I FLAGLER' BEACH Phone' IDlewood 1-3UI' PUBLISHERS & PRINTERS,

r' : Garcia Funeral Home I'' HOTEL BAR P.O. Box 3 Bunnell Fla. The Flagler Tribune .
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Have Our Publishers Printers
We Now -
Place
Director Meeting
P. E.'GARCIA, Licensed ;Funeral
i' Phone '
I of Flagler County"J CHRISTMAS' I ID 7-3282
y. LADT:. ,ASSISTANT, Supplies I', Bunnell, Florida

f'F.:k. and Yvonne Serving" I -


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BOOTH'S pDnd Oysters ,kt 49 CARROTS 11b. bag .1.0 ,

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BIRDS EYE 10 OZ. '

WHOLE, i'RAe..23'( Sweet Potatoes 21bs 1 1GOOD 19 ,

SEALED SWEET 6 OZ. CAN -
LEMONADE 10'for 99 HOPE 303 CAN rt

DOWNY FLAKE TOMATOES :f 2 for 25

WAFFLES 2 35 .: ,
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' SHOWER FOR WMU OBSERVED WOMAN'S CLUB BAZAAR

Beach RECENT BRIDE I LOTTIE MOON WEEK l' The Flagler Woman's Club
: rl 1 Jrtal er :' .. During the.weekend visit here OF PRAYER Christmas Bazaar-will be on

I.. of Mr.,and Mrs. Willis Anderson The Woman's Missionary ,Friday, December II, in the
LUNA BABBITT from East Point, ,Ga., Mrs. Ant ciety started the Lottie So-I I Flagler Woman's Club house.
derson, the former Miss Penny The Bazaar will run from 11
Week of
Monday morn
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tlephone Barditzky, was honored- with a ing with Mrs. Henry Shill, presi A.AIT to 9 P.M. Santa Claus is

GOLDEN, WEDDING FLAGLER COUPLE WED I shower by Mrs. Harry Atkinsonand dent, conducting the meeting at due to be there after school
ANNIVERSARY IN SOUTH CAROLINA Miss Barbara Babbitt. It the home of Luna Babbitt. Tues from 3 until 4:30 P.M.
I I was given on Friday evening at
day morning at the home of Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Whetstonewere Miss Helen Strickland and the Babbitt. home in Flagler Margaret Presswood the second Joel Smith from Palatka wasa
surprised by 'a group, of Donald Lee ,Aaron were unitedin Beach. '.meeting was held. I il visitor here Monday.Mr. .
friends last Wednesday evening marriage November 17th. in The flowers and other decora- .
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I. The, weekly service at
at their home, being their 50th Aiken, S. C. The bride is the 'tions were ,yellow and the gifts :the First Baptist prayer Church .was I I I and Mrs. Peter Dzioba_ and
\ wedding anniversary. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett .were presented to the honoree in I!combined with the third meet. I Ii I daughters,, Nancy and Sally, accompanied '
of ceremonies Strickland of Korona and !a large yellow basket. Mrs. by Mrs. Nettie Bru-
Acting as master ing and all WMU members took
during the evening were Howard the, groom is the son of Mr. and !Caroline Barditzky, mother of I i I part in, the program. i I I sich, motored to Titusville on
Mrs. Willie Lee Aaron of :the honoree, assisted Mrs. Betty
Wisehaupt and Paul Vogel. Flag- : The Thursday service is to be Thursday afternoon to attend a
They had 1 them tell of their first lear ,Beach. i Johnson in conducting games.1 at 9:30 A.M. at the home of 'Thanksgiving party.

meeting and also cut the large Mrs. Aaron is, a graduate of :Judy Prizes Stryker were won, Vonnie by June Knight Cone,,'I I Mrs. Chancie Weaver and the 1.-....................tl'.J
.. cake together making a wish. Bunnell High School, :class of last one will be at 2 P.M., Fri
Others enjoying the evening 1959. Mr.' Aaron attended Bun. Frances Mercer,-Celia Joyce Emery day at the home of,Mrs. Wilson.I\ FRED A. FRUITS
with them were, Mr. and Mrs.I nell High School also until he :and Patsy Davis. Coffee Lowe. I I
Harry Hansalpacker, Mr. and' recently enlisted in the Army.He with cake was served later, in : JEWELER

Mrs. W. A. Batten, Mr. and Mrs.' is, stationed at Fort Gordon, the evening.Mr. Mrs. C. J. Ramage and Mr.I 5 DIAMONDS-WATCHES
John Knasko, Mrs. Myrtle Cash, Ga. They' are residing in Augusta REPAIRING '
and 'Mrs. Harold Edson and Mrs. S. R.E. Addy from Sa- ;
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Mrs. Alma.Hunter, Mrs. Harmon Ga. "-.w wwwrwH
luda, N..C."visited here five days
Wingrove, Mrs. Harry Dickinson, Mrs. Strickland, the bride's from Eau Gallic spent Saturdayhere -:-
last week with Mr. and Mrs. B.
with her Mr. and I
Mrs. Mittie McKinnon, Mrs. E. L. mother, accompanied them to parents
T. Hord.: The two ladies are
""Mrs. Dickinson. Friendsof
Hart,.Mrs. Judy Clark, Mrs. Paul South Carolina to attend the Harry I
Mr. Dickinson Mrs. Hord's sisters.REFINANCE Hercules Vacuum Cleaner
to
Batten, of are sorry
Vogel, Dorothy Flag- ceremony. x -- 1
hear that he has not been well
ler Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. Pester Machine
J I I Sewing Corp.
lately is under YOUR DEBTS
and a physician'scare. I
Schreibner from
Beach. ... Daytona Mr. and Mrs., Carol Wilder I With a Long Term We can furnish parts for and
and son motored to Titusville !I service any sewing machineor
Mrs. Dickinson and ,Mrs. Mc FEDERAL LAND BANK
Kinnon served refreshments.. Thursday and visited the Bohemian Henry Barditzky came from vacuum cleaner. Real bargains
Club there.C. Eustis to spend the weekend at FARM LOANR. on new, used. & rebuilt
his home here. Visiting Mr. and machines.
W. BRYAN
Mr. and Mrs. Reid Williams E. Morris from Tucker, Ga., Mrs. Barditzky during the week
Production Credit Assn.
, from Cassadago spent Thanks spent the weekend here prepare end were their daughter and I 021 Voluala Ave. Daytona Reach
.giving ,Day here with their son ing to complete the home he is I i I son in law, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Wednesda7I0:00PALATKA, FLORIDA tI I CL 3-6661
in law and daughter, Mr. and building. Anderson. from East Point, Ga.Weekend I
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t:,:.. lar,Mr.' and and son Mrs.Mickey Charles. Mr.Sinde-and Round Steak lb 79 I Meal 1 ; j-C| I

Mrs. John Knasko drove to Ti-

", tusville Thanksgiving. Day to or 5 lb. BagGrits' I
visit with friends. ,
BRISKET STEW 1b.2geFBESH' "
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and, family from Atlanta spent GROUND
the weekend here with his
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t';. .. HAMBURGER 316x.$1OO 1 I RED & WHiTE 14oz. Bottle'CATSUP

I; Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hunter I
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Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Dally
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Limit (1) With $5.00 Food Order '

f-- Mr. and Mrs. George Georgles FRESH SLICEDSpiced' ....: I.- ,:
:! arrived' from Utica, N. Y., and OUR' VALUE 303 CAN. ,
were house guests of Harry Dickinson ,
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Mr. and.Mrs. John F. Clementsand I Mrs. Molie Spencer of Orlandowas PAUL BUNYAN IMAGE

children of .Zephyr Hills,I here during the holidays A huge image of Paul Bunyan.

spent the Thanksgiving holidays : visiting with relatives. folklore hero' of lumber jacks,.
here visiting with his mother, I welcomes visitors to Brainerd,
Mrs. Lizzie seDeSsle, and his I Mr. and ,Mr George Cook of Minnesota. According to legend

OVALS brother in law and sister' Mr. I DeLand were here during the Bunyan used a trimmed pine
and Mrs. Lamar Harris. Thanksgiving holidays. They tree for a pencil. Hoofprints of

I were also here to attend the-an-. his blue ox Babe created Min-
niversary party of the son and nesota's 11,000 lakes.Electrical .
Duane
Mr. and Mrs. Cook I Mr. ,and Mrs. "Deen daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs.H. .
PORCHMERCERVOWS
It I daughters, .Elaine and Suellen T. Cook. -

! ARE SAID Honored On, Silver. I were in Starkville Miss., duringthe
, \ holiday weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. K Fuller were WorkPhone
Churchwas
The Bunnell Methodist '
Wedding Anniversary' with Mrs.. Deen's mother Mrs. II !
the setting for the marriage visiting in Jacksonville during ID 7-3589 or cull
Lewis.
Alvah
of Joanne Porch to Claude Lamar Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Deen held the past weekend.Mrs. HARRIS APPLIANCE CO.

o Mercer in a candlelight open house at their home, 806 Harold Emery
service at five o'clock in the. aft East Moody Boulevard, Wednes- 'M '. and Mrs. Alfred Paquin, Neva Eisenbach had as L .
' ernoon, November 26, 1959. day:evening, November, 25- The I Von Bulow Ranch had as their her guests during the holidaysher .
! occasion was celebrating the guests during the Thanksgiving son in law and daughter,
I The Rev. William L. Spicer, Jr., Silver Wedding Anniversary o f I holidays Mr. Paquin's mother Mr. and Mrs. John Southerland' 'I
.; ; pastor of the church, performedthe Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Cook of I and sister Mrs. Beatrice Paquinand and three children of Vero TVBob
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double ring The :
ceremony. I Io Bunnell. I hiss Viola Paquin of Rhode Beach. I
bride was given in marriage by Island.
Ray Mercer. Miss ,Fay Singleton The rooms of the home' were f The refreshment pavilion inj I SERVICE
of Orlando was maid of open en suite and atractive arrangements -I I
Hugh Taylor Birch State Park at allmakes
honor. Roseann Porch was.flower of white Fuji mums, I Mr. and Mrs. Duffie Thompsonand ,
Fort Lauderdale now has a 10 .
girl and Jessie E. Porch ring glads and silver were placed I .children spent the Thanks-
foot by 15 foot mural the gift Sales, Tubes and
bearer. at vantage points. The receiving giving Holidays in Greenville
of artist Herbert TuBs of Fran-
line stood in front of the I, S. C.f with his brother -George Antenna Installation
Mr. Mercer chose for his best which coma, New Hampshire. It depicts
mantel in the living room Thompson an4) family.
... man his father, J. Frank Mercer. was beautiful with silver leaves II They were accompanied home I how the Seminoles lived in Flor PHONE HE 9-2204
Miss Samuella Whitaker'pre. ida. ..
and candles in silver holders. A II I by Duffie's father, W. W. Thompson -I -
sented a program of organ mu- pair of silver wedding.bells were who will remain for an extended I

sic.with The baskets church''of. white was decorated chrysanthemums -I featured The dining in the room setting.table was I i visit. ( I INSURE-Stay Insured & Rest AssuredGET

and glads. overlaid with peach net with Returning to Florida State
The bride chose a street length ball fringe over taffeta. Form- I University in Tallahassee after I THE BEST PROTECTION FROM
dress of white lace over blue ,
ing the centerpiece was an arrangement spending the Thanksgiving. holidays -
satin. The dress was highlight. of white gyp, small here at their homes, were I
ed with dark blue accessoriesand I mums, silver glitter and peach Gloria McArn Johnny Durrance, H. T. COOK AGENCYCitizens
she carried orchid.
a purple
: ,colored candles. Sammie Whitaker David Col- "
The maid of honor and flower
Mr. and Mrs. Deen were assisted lings Lovelace Gordon, and Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida
blue dresses.
girl wore matching in caring for their guests by Charles Turner.
The reception Was' held at the I
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Mrs. Lee Blakely ---
and Mrs. J. F. Mer .
home of Mr. Mrs.-F. I
Deen Jr., J. Jones Mrs. --
cer. Deen Holland, Mrs. Isham Johns a 1 N
Following a short honeymoon, ton, Mrs. Thomas Gresham, Mrs. _. r .' t ," .
Mr. and Mrs. Mercer will be at ,
Walton Johnston, Mrs. Danny
home at 404 Angle Drive, Or Johnston, ,Mrs. Donald' Moore, I. "-"" \ '
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and Mrs. Robert Bertha.M I.-
For'more
Mr. and Mrs.. Dale Brown, Jr.
and son David, were guests of ;. and Mrs. Thomas Diamond

Mr.. and Mrs. Dale Brown, Sr.', have as their house guest '

and.Mr.! and Mrs H...,H. Pallingin their daughter Mrs. Marie Anar- !.r,. than/o years :

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different from running for2 Abe .hour. Newspaper advertising is quote candidates regularly and I''of high powered chatter for the

I TooLate legislature and calls for strong |I more effective for while everyone give details 01. their activities. next few months whether we I
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financial support and the cam- | may not- read the 'ads, the Anyhow we are in; for a lot I like it or not. '
paigning itself is rugged. Radio names make an impression and "" .
I. To Classify and ,television time particularlyon II the newspapers keep voters well I
J. How Well Do You Know Your America?
By RUSM Kay South Florida stations will be informed about all the races,
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at a premium and a lotof listeners -

Florida politics is beginningto are going to be annoyedby I. rie '
their favorite / .
warm up with rumors as. to having pro
WORLD
for grams replaced by political OUTDOORS : *
who will or will not run I
p pc
this or that office flying thick i talkso.-; < I .'-'

and fast I :I have never seen a TV ratingon 3

While the race for Governor I political talks but my guessis i

will draw major attention with they would' be mlghtly low _
two cabinet posts being vacated for even when the candidate is 11 _
is the time of.year when
and the matter of successors a good speaker, listening to a f"pHIS majority'of- sportsmen __ \_ ,.
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'. wide open you can be sure that political harangue gets mighty spend their time in the world out _

there will be several entries in tiresome and if you ask me the I doors in 'quest of such varied II'

both the race for ,Secretary of I I man on the street, whether he game as deer Bob White, squirrel -

State to succeed R. A Gray and listens to them or not, in most I & rabbit. In the wee hours before -
the lor Commissioner of i dawn, the all-nite cafe on
race cases he will tell 'you that he
Agriculture to succeed Nathan doesn't. If they conflict with a Main Street pours steaming cups .
of coffee as youngsters and old-
Mayo. popular in nine cases
program timers stuff themselves with pan-
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There may be opposition to out of ten they'' generate more cakes and bacon and eggs in

candidates for other'' cabinet I I bad than good will for the can preparation for the day of sport

'posts but this is extremely I I didate. that lies ahead.
doubtful in view of the fact that In view of this fact candidates I But, mixed in with the crowd

our present State ComptrollerRay I I would do ,well to consider their I sometimes, Is a fellow who
I! seems to be a bit out of place. Hedoesn't I II I
E. Green, Attorney General radio and television appropriations I II I
I wear a huntingcoat, Surrounded fantastically shaped rock formations Lake Mead
Richard W. Ervin, State Treasurer carefully. One minute I II by J
I I camouflage jacket, or a bright red I I is a sea in a desert. Formed by Hoover Dam, it has 550 miles of
spots are less offensive or objectionable -
Edwin Larson and
Superin- hunting He's decked out in
| cap. shore line and is the largest artificial lake in the world. Only a half
. tendent .of Public Instruction than are longer pro- fishing gear and this choice of hour drive from the resort 'mecca of Las Vegas Nevada it Is the
Thomas D. Bailey have all been I grams of from 15 minutes to an apparel and sport usually scene of swimming boating fishing water skiing or just plain relaxing

doing excellent jobs, are popu-I I brings on some good natured in the sun. With open season and ideal weather conditions
lar, respected and BELL DISLIKED TELEPHONE jests 'from the nimrods who throughout the year Lake Mead attracts thousands of fishermen.
think nothing of freezing in a They can 'seek bass in the.,lake or go after trout on the Colorado .
Indications are that none of When Alexander Graham Bell, !
I duck blind or on a frozen hill. River below.Hoover Dam.
them will have any competitionand inventor of the telephone, went side but don't have any use for. -

in my opinion anyone I to his workshop in Baddeck I a rod and reel after' the first frost

foolish enough to oppose them I Nova Scotia, to wrestle with tI of the season. _
would just be wasting time and scientific problems he would More often than not, however

. money. It is mighty difficult to I usually. stuff a towel around the I the fisherman has the last laugh.
I I When of the fellows
unseat a cabinet officer who I telephone there so it could not some straggle
I, back with an empty g; me bag
', wants to remain in office and ring and interrupt him.
they are likely to see our fisher-
: I who has a good record of pub. I' I man proudly showing off a fine

lie service such as these men i WONDEROUS NATURE string of fish.

have.I Plants have ingenious ,meansof Fishing Is more fun in the

don't' think that either Mayo getting enough sunlight. Some spring, and fall, it's true. But
; would have had they are still 'there to be caughtIn
or Gray competition mosses in dimly lit places growa
the winter by the fisherman
had they chosen to run covering of clear cells that act I \7JV.
who will after them. In fact ,
go
[ for they have given the people ,1 ,'
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t; : of Florida service 17 #-
splendid meager light and concentrate it anglers eagerly await the arrival '
r through the years and. they will in the chlorophyll. of winter. Some of them fish

f be missed in Tallahassee. I through the ice. In some of the I
r Both the'office of* Secretary of I big TVA impoundments winterIs

r State and Commissioner of Agriculture the' time big bass are caught"jigging" )
f with a long, stout
are vitally _important I
pole short length of line. and a I
t.! and while we do not know at *
hook liberally decorated with i i
t-: this time who will actually be worms.If I _
v- in these we should give
races you have never indulged,
p.:,:: very careful consideration to all 'give winter fishing a try. Che-ic 'I
; candidates with the view of your local, regulations' first how-
., STONE MOVER Heavy lifting that goes.with clearing field of
electing the .best qualified man ever, as the season may be clcsecon .
rocks and boulders can be eliminated by using easily made tractor
* for these offices. some species. sled fashioned as shown above.REWARD. .

;; ,. The Governor's race is always --- --

a free-for-all and at this writing, -
SOON AS T PINISH '
ft who will enter 'is anybody's I THE NEWSPAPER rL "\ '

4- guess. The name:; droppers are I I ADS. THEY ARE sot

r-, having a field day right now I FULL OF BAR&AINS/ > ,,;.., I
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::' flying saucers.While ; .
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'if ;' the voting strength in South i For information leading to the arrest and conviction i

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over the reapportion-I $50'000 of any person or persons for the theft of cattle from .

ment fiasco these boys will find .

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t ', Thursday, Dec. ,3, ''1959 'THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, :FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN

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J IN TUB,cutcurr- .COURT OFKL.AGI.KIl

I ; :' World .I'n Pictures RCA VICTOR I IK CHANCERY COUNTY NO. 3552 FLORIDA
News
: UVING COLOR TV SAMUEL LOPEZ. Plaintiff.

"LOOK FOR THE PICTURE I vs. -
IN THE WINDOW" MARGA L... LOPEZ also known
Southern Radio & Television as L1KSEL"MARGA SCH .EIDERLOlEZ.
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1 4w" F x'42sa ta { y: ; :.w.+.r.:4 >Y..y+rsW AMpr ++>,:oeyx ,
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l ORMONUO. Defendant.
of NOTICE TO DEFEND
:.ly T v.4 : xk. Y fi4
.N : f''hc >s::;>: : THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:

:f?:}RjSy: :''?: Marga L. Lopez, also knownas

.' v.w....... ...... LIE'selarga SchneiderLopez
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:; != Am Harrenacker 12
) : Darmstadt, West GermanyYou
:+ 4,. I are hereby notified that a
suit has been filed against you lit
., ..k.. the above entitled cause; and you
Real Estate BrokejBunnelL are hereby required to file your answer

....>,. r'ri sL.Wk: : tii:) .iJ r 4 N:4. .. Aawo.y 1 with the Clerk of this Court.

? % .. .. and to serve a copy thereof upon
,,iy,'x. i. fcy.R'A :: :, : > vb' : ;:;:: ... } I. Florida '
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.. .. :t 4x; ;< ., . . the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
{}, .. .k.4; :Ay,. ,..4..: 'iIv> {fr J :%r .: 'sY.i4%: ( ,, { .. { .P .;;ij... d . . . . . .. whose name and address is:
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; r ; 7. j: ry :.S. .. .'.}. ..i.5 I ,V. Cecil Grant
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e .. ,.r.i --- 407H Main I Street
is :
t. "f Daytona Beach Florida
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y? 4: A BUNNELLLODGE I 11959.not later than December 28th A.. D.

:A.:. .. x C No. 200 If you fail to do so, decree pro
I confesso will be entered against
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you for the relief demanded in the .
I,I bill of complaint. The nature of
I >:
;J'S.a :42,2 : v' +';H.i2 +ci :;: .i4 r ; v, Meets First and Thiid Tuesday said suit being for divorce
Ir WITNESS my hand and seal of
.i :: Dean M. Peterson W. M. said Court this 24th day of November '.
yrv '
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,yrw 4 i4a' v; Ai r ; JOHN A. CLEGG, Secy. (Official Seal)
i d' 'i' :+iafiii RALPH E. HARBERT
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PUPPY LOVE : Clifton Rus XOT1CK OF AL.K: Clerk of said Circuit Court
THE LONG CLIMB : 2 Luxembourg bicycle racer Charly Gaul that I Nov. 26 & Dec. 3-10-17-41c
J sell of Memphis gets a kiss of Notice is hereby given under
pedals his way up an Alpine road at Coormayeur. ,Italy in the and pursuant to that certain
gratitude from this he
t puppy Final Decree of Foreclosure and I iv TIII: CIUCIIIT coniT OFKLA
"Tour of Italy"
F cross-country. race. adopted after, seeing his picture Sale rendered on the 24th day of iKlt ( COUNTY FLORIDA
November A. D. 1959 by the Honorable J IV CHANCERY NO. 3NMJ
in local

w,9n' :';akr.;;:ayF Fyi','.{.% ': :. 'l.S4i, 9i i: :kr4:: :;y4:':.:.;.;Xy.; 42?;,:a.L,:::r. ..r.r.y :*: ..; ..:.'44X".!f a newspaper. the Judges Geo.Vm.of the. Jackson Seventh, Judicial one of JOHN ARNERI Plaintiff.
'a .ny
S r rn iJ ; <.r :.h : ; ; ;; ; .9k1.ik I
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4 Circuit of the' State of Florida, in
iy r'' 1. .44r irb: iyc; >-
tt.t. I and for Flagler County that cer- LOUISE ARNERI. -
t.t BIRTHPLACE OF COMPASS tain cause lately pending in the Defendant.NOTICE .

t.i t '?, riyY.:}'{fj.}.yr V'yr..:.'...;<. :.y {a.ib. Amalfl, Italy, claims to be the Circuit Florida, in Court Chancery of Flagler wherein Count Citizens y'-. II STATE TO OF DFFtUTHE FLORIDA, TO:

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,4'b w'7las-t': {' } :wS.?}hr .r:; } : Bank of Bunnell. a State Louise Arnerl
Y birthplace of the.mariner's
com
i ww. Company, was, plaintiffand Address Unknown
i,?S M. 4 3 pass. 'The magnetic needle was Claude J. Pellicer. et al. were I You tirv hereby notified that a '
: suit has been filed against you in
defendants being case No. 3807. I,
I known to the Chinese, but the the undersigned Clerk of the Cir- the above entitled cause; and you
iv < cuit Court in Flagler County Florida I are hereby required to file your an-
x nautical supposedlytook
I compass will on Friday, the 18th day swer with the Clerk of this Court
( ..:. : on its modern form aboutA. of December A. D. 1959 at the and to serve a copy thereof upon
> ;:y north front door of the Flagler the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney
"y YziN D. 1300 when seafaring Ama County Courthouse in Bunnell. whose name and address is:
Flagler County Florida at 11:00 Samuel V. Holch
flans added a circular card
o'clock A. M., offer for sale and Highway 17
marked with the points of direction sell at public outcry to the highest East Palatka. Floridanot
later than December 26th, A. D/
+ :S "n: and best bidder therefor for cash
l'f4i ;:x: 4 r,. ? and degree of the circle. in hand in order to satisfy the 1959.
Thereafter Amalfi became> known said Final Decree of c Foreclosureand It you fail \o do so, decree pro
I Sale aforesaid the following confesso will be entered against .
< I as the Magnetic City and bore a described personal property to-wit: you for the relief demanded in the
{ i bill of complaint. The nature of
One New 1955 Ford Tractor
4 M: winged compass in its coat of high clearance model 850. Serial said suit being for divorce.
I Number 67004 and equipped WITNESS my hand and seal of
sxi arms. i with tool bar A Frame, stabil- said Court this 24th day of November -
izer assembly and drawbar A. D. 1959.
:: clevis assembly. Official Seal) .
r Dated at Bunnell. Flagler County RALPH E. HARBERT
+ia':::, Florida, this 25th day of November Clerk of raid Circuit Court
,, .< A. D. 1959. Nov. 26 & Dec. 3-10-17-4tc

I- Clerk SRALPH of the E.Circuit HARBERT Court IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
I of Flagler County Florida 'LA.L.U COUNTY, FLORIDA.

First publication Dec. 3, 195;). IN CHANCERY NO. 3MS5 /
A yt. II I Dec. 3-ItcIN ROSCOE G. BItADLI-:Y. .
Plaintiff.

I THE CIRCUIT COURT J.RVEX- vs.
?>.; .:. TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND MODKEK MERRELL.. BRADLEY.
'SOMETHING'>.. 4 MISSING : Wonder where the FOR KL.AGLKII COUNTY. FLORIDA Defendant.NOTICBTO .

Ings went? Only a single brownstone house remains ; CHANCERY.. CASE! NO. STATE OF DI'I'NUTHE FLORIDA TO:

i hattan block slated for a new development oroject.POWER Y : RICHARD A. TOWNSEND Modeen Merrell Bradley

I .. H.< y:::, Plaintiff Address UnknownYou
are hereby notified that a
'" MILDRED RVaTOIti.v'SEND. suit has been filed againstyou in

!. .. .. : ,, .. Defendant. the above entitled cause; and you.
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x.4. ; :{;;2.R-v'S' 4,2;: : 2tr? Niri ;: ::K : >{;:.r :; : >:4. >
): :;Yvi'i..: ::vi.:*:: : .:::.o-ho.,g'n: :v'%t ir:::.v.;....,..., .:. ; r I NOTICE TO Al'I'KAK are hereby required to file your answer
45: ;:'2;%:>.ii z:3 :.rSt. ;{ ::: : '...;: ::: : THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: with the Clerk of this Court,

'. MILDRED K. TOWNSEND I and to serve a copy thereof upon
c/o Hannah Rainsbury the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney.
Rt. 1. Box 106 whose name and address is:
Aljer. Ohio I -- J. Robert Durden
{ ?,; YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat 323 Orange Avenue
Y : a suit for divorce has been Daytona Beach Floridanot
filed against you in the above entitled later than December 28th. A.D.
i 2 Fr VJARM FLOORS cause and you are hereby 1959.If.
it t, required to serve upon Plalntitf'sattorney. you fail to do r.'). decree pn
> whose name and address confesso will be entered againstyou
f" !!'d EVEItV ROOM 1 appear hereon, your writer defense for the relief demanded in the
,. i if any. to the Bill of Complaintin bill of complaint. The nature of
r; said suit on or before the llth said suit being for divorce.WITNESS .
with the beautiful, new day of December. A. D. 1959: else my hand and seal of.
decree pro confesso will be entered said Court this 18th day of November -
against you.WITNESS A. D. 1339.
t my hand and seal of (Official Seal)
said Court this 6th day of November RALPH E. HARBERT
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iv / A.. D. 1959. Clerk of 'said Circuit Court
1 a / / (SealRALPH E. HARBERT Nov 26 & Dec. 3-10-17-Jtc

As Clerk of said Court
rE;.:i;: W. L. WADSWORTHSolicitor IN TIIK CIRCUIT COURT, EVENT1I -
t I tor Plaintiff I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IV ANU
tI h..X'I P. O. Box 396 FOR FLAttLER COUNTY. FLOR
I Bunnell. Florida IDA IV ":Q\ITY. EQUITY NO.
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tt { Nov 12-19-26 & Dec.' 3-4tc. 3N76
e 's ;;: :: I ELIJAH CAMPBELL.Plaintiff.
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.. Defendant.
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;;; k: II J gERI ANSWER
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F.j. r; ,,t.{ : .... a RIB OF IN FLORIDA THE NAME: 01 THE STATE
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.. .. 4.'' .r. PsstAM TO: BERTHA CAMPBELL whose
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residence and whereabouts are un '
i known. or Is In some state or coun-
tI try other than the State of
I ., Florida.
PATTERNS Slashed out, of the side of I but said State or country is un-

,'. River. near Niagara Falls N. Y., is a giant I s 4 known or If in the State of Flor-
ids that she conceals
\ being built as part of the Niagara Power Project. that process cannot be herself personally so

F served upon her.
r You are hereby notified that a .
Prompt Service ?ihasrbeen brought against ;you
I/I 1tIex Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial -
Circuit. Flagler County. Florida
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PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US In Kquity by ELIJAH CAMPDELL. -
v Plaintiff. and you are hereby -
f I -i..:':.". The Kagler Tribune required| to file personally or
.0/-- : vy. Attorney with the Clerk ofsaid
%:$. 1i tii9l rt:: Court your Answer or de-
: {
..,4 A. 1i, : I : I tenses to the Bill in Equity in
t -l7J it. _J 2. Phone ZDlewood 7-3282 said suit on or before the 15th
fk 1 day of December A. D. 1959. and
Bunnell Florida also to serve a copy of your An-

VirI. ::: --___.,_ OSSINSKY 8wer or defenses upon Messrs.
Just ths turn of a'dial starts & KROL Attorneys for
EW"Mfat their' omce at 411
I. amazing SUPER Floor Heat QIIj l Blaglrr uftbunrBUmTEI.1 Daytona Beach Flor
t. to room in ids. on or before the 15th day of
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.. J traveling every December. A.- D. 159i 88 required

," ,\ your home. The oil input, : FLORIDA (by'e | the Florida Rules'of Civil Pro;
ure. and
herein fall not or a
xc .F I blower'speed and: Siegler- J Decree Pro 0011'6"0 and Final Decree -

matic draft are alt synchronized deliulLentered against you
by
MRS.+ M. B. FULLER Editor
r r ., x. :. J for perfect comfort. I You are further notified that the
jI convenience"" and name or tbeenoinstituted ald
iC'
4.: / economy.SIEGLER lIult has
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.4 ne. to4 Odelal ".UcaU.. Circuit
eourt.
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E t,.. 'I' *.* PvMle ]Ifctlce .ffCraaty. -.ser of Florlda-andJtorclFlagler
County. In Equity and that the
PAYS FOR !JELF s Mm..d..Uee thereto title or Bald cult 18 a* hcrelnabove
:: set torth.
\ a.* tW State .f Flmite You
I .. WITH THE FUEL IT SAVES nature are of further said notified that the
suit ls a suit for
divorce and a vinculo trlmonlL
; t>'av I it at Bateft4l' v '1Ift'e"' daM mrteffFebrvmry NITNES.4 my hand and seal of,
\ see soon office at Bunnell
f.1913 at the Flagler County: ,
hiitafliles FlorJda. this .
f II' 'th day 'of November
'1;.. J I at Buaell, Fl.rl.a. _...... met N A. IJ: 1959.
:: >k,, I' Flagler HardwarePhone RALPH E. HARBERT
Muck S. 187C.On Afl) r Jerk t the Circuit Court .
I II Flagler '
County, Florid!
BIINNELL't (
ID 7.3191 Circuit'
Court Seal'
., QUESTION The WateYtowa (Wte.) Evangelistic I I'I 'year_ tJ.II OS.QINSKY ,E xltoL'-)
located In. a former movie house,,, believes fat .. Solicitor Sor Plaintiff
I l .. ., j olx montlii; >'UI'.JP. ill Main Street -
did the,sign. maker get mixed up- ? I .. I 1 I .-: Daytona Beach. 'Florida !'
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freeze Pork In **. 1 pork carcass ,you can 'expec deluged her especially since j
[ I bout '112 ,pounds of retail a-I her article on the subject appeared .

; and about 30;pounds of lard. several years ago in the
, While I I
Quantity When* buying a quantity of National Geographic :Magazine.The i

II pork, have it frozen quickly by I I book is ilustrated with
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:Prices Are Low '
your retailer' or locker operator 1 I whimsical drawings by Barbara t'a, X.I .

I Plenty of pork at attractive, Slow freezing at home may result -:'| Murray. They can be copied ,I w ii 'tiX.

prices is available this month, in poor quality. I' with tracing paper for cookie '

so now is a good time to buyit Small quantities, may be froz- patterns. ,Also included are chil:
in quantity for the freezer. en at home, but be sure to follow dren's stories based on the car-

Individual! cuts are being offered ; your freezer manfacturer'sdirections' toons.
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at special prices in many about the amount ,I Mrs. La Gorce- gives recipesfor

stores. When a pork cut you I that can be frozen in a 24-hour i iI white and brown cake dough,

particularly like is offered at a I I period. Uusually this is 1/10 to and decorating icings, as well ,

special low price, you may wantto 1/15 of the total freezer capacity. I as practical directions for shape
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buy several of the same cut I ing and baking the cookies. .

for freezing. I FQr, trimmings, she suggests
Buying a full pork loin gives such household trivia as hair

considerable saving over indi s' 5". '.: :.:.: e4 i pins for the cat's whiskers : ..
vidual cuts,from the loin. Ask A'\y broken beads and miniature I
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t your meat man to remove the feathers, wool yarn ,for, hair, little JUST A CHILD Fourteen-year-old Julio Martinez,"center,
backbone by_ sawing through I bells for a lamb's tail, and i Is escorted from children's court in New .York following his

.. the ribs high enough to leave I cotton wads to simulate smoke arraignment for the alleged beating of his teacher.

a half inch layer of meat on puffs on a locomotive.

the backbone. Have these chopped : I Toothpicks Vital Tool
"country style" into serving. I 'The most important implement FOR RENT-Unfurnished house

size pieces and cook as you 'used in marking and'color- I I CLASSIFIED in Hillcrest, 2 bedroom, 2 baths,

would spareribs. I I ing is a toothpick," she says. large living room. Call Howard

Cut as many chops as you "The most important color is Wisehaupt phone HE 92247.

want from, the remaining, piece black. With it you can make ADS I 12-3-ltp, \.

by slicing between the ribs.I I your people and animals look r
LI.tlng* under Ibis headla an FOR SALE-Philco deep freeze
If you like, save the end pieces e s saintly, devilish, flirtatious coy, 2 cent per word each'! Insertion*
good condition. Single Holly-
.. to cook as pork roasts. The retailer and simply unbelievable." SO cents Im minimum charge
wood bed, new. Coffee table.
I will cut the chops for you, Through the years, ''Mrs. La ,
too. But this is easily done aft- Gorce has perfected her technique I FOR SALE-2 piece sectional Four large trunks. Cheap. Contact -
.. Ruben Gardei P. O. Box 34
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porch furniture and table $10.00; I
er the backbones are loosened, -first for 'the enjoymentof
or Daytona Ave. and 27th St.,
solid oak buffet $10.00;
and you may get a better price her children and now for her antique
by doing it yourself. A LOT OF BULL If the grandchildren. Passing it on to red 'leather occasional chair Flagler Beach. 11-26-2tp

I If you have room in your king-size bull, left, isn't munchIng her readers, she tells how 'the $8.00; 1 dress, size 16%, $7.00; 1 I SEPTIC TANK- cleaning
on the hay there's a rear dress size six aluminum reasonable
16, $7.00; -
freezer, buying a side of pork finished cookies can be -
preserved
rates. George Jarosz Phone
son: he is just a papier-mache I ,
or a whole pork carcass is eco- job at an agricultural show In and stored from Christmas to water pitchers 50c each. I I 73410. 11.195.12tc'JOHNSTON'S
nomical. From 150 poupds of j Rome. Christmas. "It's not a tragedyfor Phone ID 7.3316 at. Mil-ton Mo lID

? to break she tel. 12.3-itc i
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They can
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Three Cookies Recall FOR SALE-two bedroom house I
WORLD OUTDOORS on.The with four lots. Mrs. F. H. Howell FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO.
versatile cookies are not
; Christmases In A. necessarily limited to Christmas. P.O. Box 63 Bunnell or LOTS HOMES, OCEAN,> FRONT,
. tr phone ID 73528. 123.2tp WATER FRONT, FARMS
They are often made up in all

f It f Pennsylvania Kitchen edible form for a single oc ACREAGESee

It. casion-say a birthday or Easter AVON CALLING us for your real estate needs

Like money, cookies don't party.- In" such cases, there is Represent 'AVON Cosmetics.For Office Phone HE 9.2032
But them Interview in your honr,
trees. putting
kf FRIEND who likes to spendas grow on no storage problem. Young write now for appointment. ,Residence Phones ID 7-3691
A there can, give a warm lift to Mrs. J. MHanich. box 246. Lock-
much time '
as possible guests see to that. or ID 7.3517 VM"IT'S
Fla. I t
:' chasing golf balls continuallyasks Christmas celebration. A new I I 1 l hart ,

"What be book. The Christmas Cookie
i can so exciting
: about catching fish with a fly rod Tree" written by Louise La a .

. or shooting wild animals with aIt's Gorce, tells how.It I :, .ro ;:,'J WONDDFUU"I .
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gun? began ten years ago when \' = I
"FORD SURE MAKES
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y: not easy to give him what Mrs. La Gorce's growing children .' '1. /It. NEW WORLD!" IT FOOLISH TO PAY ,: .
he considers a satisfactory an- MORE THIS YEARr .
l t' .. swer. But. I always try. I explain: clamored for more'' and more '. ..v449Ei.f? ...
L, as best I can. that the average trimmings on the family tree. I 4 t ;
J sportsman is not as concerned' Nostalgically, she thought of her ta I
,, with the catch, or the kill as an own childhood inMount Vernon I :} ,

achievement in itself. Were this Ohio. .
true he would spend all his time No "store-boughten" syntheticswere
shooting in commercial hunting I Gorce's I I IT
used by Mrs. La !
w'; preserves and 'fishing in "pay" I
Pennsylvania-Dutch mother. Instead -
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r lakes. The outdoorsman. whether ,
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Christmas decorations I I
a fisherman, hunter trapper or '

'- follower of the 'hounds, is a man I came out ,of the oven fragrant, !I '.. .,.....,"'<.-; ..., :' :,. w, ....r '.u.-.u")
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who ,loves the sights and sounds skillfully shaped cookies, augmented oW" <-
and smell of the world outdoors. I by ,dressed-up oranges I I I ... .46?: -...,r.....awsss:-. oE' -

I Some ,are content with a julep strings of popcorn, and, garlands Nowyouve .
the smell of oak I :
mint or heady of cranberries. I r';
from lazy hearth smoke; and others t. Tree's Fame Spread I .
find their pleasures in life'sprinted ,
Out of these recollections\ =I -
treasures and there are I. ,. ,-. .
some,'If does seem content to sit J plus old recipes and cutout pat- i :, ., FORD The Finest Fords of a Lifetime! : :.:,.

and to dream., But my friends I terns to form appealing little i ... '
and I. you see, belong to a special -' I people and animals-a new tradition I seen In style, in space, in scat, in savings f: .:

.-: fraternity. It's hard for us was born in the La Gorce t I nothing's as new as Ford for 1960. What '
I ; F
I" ,to stick to chores when there's household. f" !I styling! Never before a car so beautifully },
so ,much to do in the world out- I,. I . everything ,
doors Soon, the reputation of the : ..,<,; .' proportioned. What comfort! More people-

: Unless he is omening of a poet, cookie tree Christmas Angel, : _.. },}.: \ room easier entry-no "dogleg" in the

I, a man can't adequately tell you Sylvester the Ominous Cat, :Peg- 1 ,You're looking at the greatest change in- doorway .' greatest visibility ever. And tautomobiles '
why he enjoys feeling the swirl gy Poodlehead, and Rosebud the .1 ', what a ride! Solid and secure with new -
: of a stream,beneath his feet the W' Elephant .spread through the -' in a generation Come to our Wide-Tread Design.

..' "crunching" sound of frozen fields neighborhood and. beyond. In showrooms\ and enter a wonderful new world =r: : -
beneath his boots, or the bite of

.." ;' a cold winter's wind against his recent decorated years trees Mrs for La the Gorce lobby has of of power, performance,fashion and luxury. THUNDERBIRDWorld', Wanted Off/ ':
,' back. the thoughts that are his .
j'::' +. Washington's Mayflower Hotel, And see the greatest choice, the widest range '
when dawn breaks over a duck Who said the Thunderbird cou Idn't be nude
blind or the setting Sun casts long and, by request! of her Hoe 'N :- '' of prices,ever offered by any dealer. finer? Here is the ultimate in driving! luxury :1'-.
shadows over a forest trail or a Hope Garden Club, at 'the elab- .
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