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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: December 10, 1959
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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R VOLUME 47, NO> 48 BUNNELL. FLORIDA THURSDAY, DEC. 10, 1959 $2.50 A YEAR

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4Stockade Contract 'Businessmens Association .,


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Board .
Awarded
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., Christmas Parade Saturday
-> The Board of County Commis- I[ ,

'sioners at their meeting Monday I every parcel of land for right of

.morning opened bids on the con I I way on John Anderson Highway .. -
: struction ,of a new 'stockade" I from State' Road 11' to the Vo- 1 i The Bunnell Businessmen's Association is a young or-

building to house county' work lusia county line. Although it Masons Will;; Hold I I ganization-only about three months old-but it is already -

\ prisoners to Oldaker Construe- was agreed to accept from any
I doing some things the organizations's members .
; tion Co. of ,Ormond 'Beach for the Special Christmas
y"wner appraised
prope! 'I hope will help promote more interest in the community.In .
the sum of $33,442. The workis
I price of any parcel.
to be completed' in 120 cal Service Tuesday other words, help to create more civic ,pride, more co-

, endar days. Bunnell Masonic Lodge No. 200 operations among all our residents. For instance :
I The! Annual
There were three other bid wil have: a buffet supper at 6:15
II : This Saturday there will bea
ders: Fred M. Cox Jacksonville, I
Tuesday evening, December 15
of floats Bunnell
High
parade ,
$35,700(( ; Tharp Construction Co., i "Cracker I
Day" I in the Masonic Temple dining Lions SponsorOnTheStreet' School's Big and Little bands,

Jacksonville, $35,389'and; Runk room, Secretary Jack. Clegg said Santa Claus, gifts for the kinds
Construction Co., St. Augustine, Termed SuccessOld I today. and a number of merchants are
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.' $C7,302. Following the supper a special offering bargain buys.

>> The new building will be located Mother Nature smiled on Christmas service will ,be held First, the parade. With' Duane

on the grounds owned by, the Flagler County Cattlemen's in, the lodge room at 7:30. Rev. Pancake SaleThe Deen as marshal, it will startat
I I Booe St. north in the east
which the ,
: the county on pres. go
December Reynold Hoover, who is a Mason,
Association Saturday,
lane of U.S. Highway 1 to the
: ent old building standS located I
5, with a beautiful day for their will give'a short Christmas mes Bunnell Lions Club will traffic circle at Highway 100,
Blvd. at the
eastern
; on Moody ,
annual "Cracker, Day." sage. Special music by Ray sponsor a benefit Pancake Break back south in 'the west lane of
IS limits of the city. Construction
Alfred R. Tucker, president of I Mercer, and Mrs. Caroline Sway. I fast Saturday morning in frontof Highway 1 to Bunnell Motor Co.,
:-.c\ of a new 'building has been debated the association, said that beef ze will be soloist. I the courthouse, Club President then west to Old Dixie and,

for a number of1 years. and pork barbecue and other I I All members of the lodge and:!, Leonard Moody said today. south to the block between Lam
; A. G. Kemmerer of Daytona Eastern Star and their families bert St. and Moody Blvd. This
foods was served to about 1,000: Proceeds from the breakfastwill
Pursuant to advertising forbids 'I block will be closed to traffic
are invited to attend both the
be ,used by the sight con
x Lots 3 & 4 except N. GO feet persons. I and service. during the festivities.
The games started at 1 o'clock supper servation committee in' purchas
of Lot 3, Block 48, Moody Sub I ] ;
S ', and the following were winners! ing a glass eye for Billy Tucker. Three prizes are being givenfor
division, Flagler Beach, was sold
in the various ,events: I I Billy recently ,lost his eye, asa float winners-$25 for first;
{" '5 to J. W. Green for $1,666.66. Musical .Chair, Race-1st' Tim I I IMethodist Choir result of an accident school. $15 for second, and $10 for third.
5- There was but one other bid I In addition there is a prize of
Dorinda Breakfast Committee Chairman
Ludwig, Ormond; 2nd,
for the parcel, that of E.: P. $5 for the best decorated boy's
Smith Palatka. Jack Clegg ,said tickets for
. Fleurie for $501.00. Presents Cantata bicycle and $5 for the the best
Flagler Race-1st, Jerry Burn. the breakfast will be sold on
I decorated bike for
Another bid for "one good later girls.
sed, Bunnell r 2nd, John Straka, the street Saturday morning by
't,. ", model tractor' with diesel engine, Daytona Beach. J Sunday Evening club members and the breakfastwill Up'to today the list of floatsto
i" S bulldozer blade in front, winch ,
I be In the Bunnell
Barrel Race-1st, John Straka be served' in front of the parade are

'" in back, stumper head and rake Daytona each; 2nd, .Ruth- Falr.1 l The,,choir ot the First Methodist ;>> : courthouse. ;fr om..6:30 to 9 o'clock.Committeemembers Lions Club, Veterans of, Foreign
." _- .... .' ',to, fit, same' }was .ope.nejjT .P .A. cloth, ,Dayton'aTLe&'cruClover Church willent'a Christmas .= in"charge Wars Post, the ,Idlewood Club,
Edmonson submitted..ttle' only Junior Woman's Club, The American
': Leaf Race 1st, Jim Cantata "Star In the Sky," of the breakfast arrangementsare
bid. in the 'amount of $9,000.00. I I Legion Post with the
After motion to accept the bid Burnsed, Bunnell; 2nd, John Sunday' evening, December 13, L. H.. Church, Owen C. Shel- 40 and 8 locomotive, Mather of

had been seconded and carried Straka, Daytona Beach. ![ in the church. on the corner of" ton, Levi Brannam, Jack Clegg, Bunnell, Brannam's Food Mar

; Children's Cowpony and Lambert Ave. and Frank Boswell. ket, Baker's 5 & 10, Flagler
discussion which indicated
- a arose Race-1st'l I. \ .
" that apparently, two of Sonny Faircloth, Da is composed of 22 Woman's Club, VFW Auxiliary,

: commissioners were not satisfiedalthough I 2nd, Homer Cannon Holly'' Hill.: mixed voices and is under the Tucker Family and, the association itself. Floatsof

the bid had been acc Adult, Cowpony Race-1st, Do I I direction of Walter Morris. Ray members of the associationare

4 rinda Smith, Palatka; 2nd, Son. Mercer; is the organist.An Reunion Held % not eligible for any prize.
At first it
cepted. was proposed .
j to have a record vote placed in ny Faircloth, Daytona each. organ prelude will beginat Then, too,,a group of merchant '

... Adult Cow Horse ,Race-1st, 7:30 and the Cantata will begin members of the association are
minutes this : In Bimini .l
the but
was reconsidered ,
.. Sonny Faircloth, Daytona Beach; at 8 o'clock. giving tickets good far a draw

R t at it was not done. end, Leo Kight, Hastings;, 3rd,i I connection with the -canta. The A., F. Tucker family reunion ing of prizes at 2:30 Saturday,
Lyman Gage, George Moody, 1 S" December 19, at the sf:ot: where \
Sr. Raymon Tucker, Bunnell. ta they will use illustrative colI was held at the home of
: and Frank Brede, mem the parade ends this Saturday.
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For the first time at Cracker 1 ored Mrs. A. F. Tucker in Bimini
l bers of the East ,Flagler Mos- {j I pictures. 'on There is-no obligation whatever

;.j.' tio, District met the board, together Day, a Cutting,Contest was held!i The" public'is invitd to attend.. Sunday, November, 29. attached for the tickets. Just

t with E. -A. Philen of the and greatly enjoyed by every- j I The guests included :Mrs. ask for them at the following

one.: Six horses were entered in''I Tucker's seven sons and their places: Anderson's Drug Store, .
State Board of Health, Jacksonville
: concerning the creation the cutting contest, some, fromas 'Funeral Service wives: Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Flagler Hardware, Mather of

of a mosquito control district far away as Belle Glade. Tucker of Cocoa; Mr. and Mrs. Bunnell, Rodgerette Food Center,

i The winners, 'listed as they Cecil Tucker of Christmas, Fla.; Shelton's Super Market, Brannam's .
covering the After Mr.
f. county. For '
, Philen placed were: Gene Kozer, Kis- Thursday Mr. and Mrs. naymon Tucker, Food Market, Harris Appliances -
explained what would be .
simmee; Red Simson, Kissimmee, I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tucker, Moody's Pharmacy, Colonial
' necessary, the board ,concluded Service Station, Bunnell
( and Buck Lee, from Belle Glade. Charles Akins M x and Mrs. Marvin Tucker,
t not ,to pursue the subject .further Department Store, Western Auto
President Tucker said he Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Tucker and
,
: however a survey report of i Associate Store, Dunn Hardware
wishes to express his appreciation II Mr. and ,Mrs. Leslie Tucker, alII! Biddies Gulf Service
i Bunnell is to be sent.to the city Charles Mathew Akins of Bun qnd Supply,
f. commission. to all who' assisted in pro. nell died of cancer at noon November of Bunnell. I]i and Baker's 5 & 10.

t. The board also voted to enter ducing the event. "We are especially I 30 at the Veterans Hospital Also present were 20 grandchildren There are about 20 prizes to
indebted to those who I Ii three great grand.chil.1 be given including a Norge
condemnation proceedings on I I in Dearborn, Michigan. He
f i worked so hard, to help the association I dren, and a; number of invited Range. It can be seen at Harris -
was 37 years of age, and a vet. .
; METHODIST'' MEN I: ," Mr. Tucker added,: eran'of World War 2. guests. -..rSPECIAL 'Another Appliances now. -.
the associationis
"and not members of thing
.- yet are ,
: MEET TONIGHT Mr. Akins was born in the St. doing in cooperation with the

: The Bunnell Methodist Men the organization.,.. Johns Park section of Flagler NUMBERSFOR city commission is to have two

f will meetin the Old Church I "Without outside help we County and had lived there most I VEHICLE TAGS attractive signs advertising Bun

t, building tonight at 7:30, Club could not produce Cracker Day of his life. He 'had managed I Motor vehicle license tags' for,I nell and Flakier county placedat

President ,George Moody said I because of the small size of our the St. Johns Park Fish Camp 1960 will go on sale at the taxcollector's the north and south limitsof

\1 today., Cattlemen's Association, and its I for the past two years. office on January 4th, Bunnell on Highway 1.These

' All members and friends ,of I small membership. Each com For the past six months 'he Collector J: F. Mercer said today. are to be in place prior to January
1. If avail.
funds become
i mittee functioned: exceptionally had received treatment at Veterans' The license tags next year
the church invited to I
of are at.
I able two others will be placedat'
well and the combined, efforts
: will be blue with yellow lettering
" Hospitals in Oteen, N. C.,
tend the meeting. A
program the city limits'on Highways
:: will be presented and refresh I I produced." a fast-moving. pro.grar.n. Lake City and'Dearborn.. he said. 11 and 100. Strangers driving

ments will be served. Funeral services were held ,at -Mr. Mercer said those wishing I through today sees no such sign

..'U, -'-.. -""- 1 'oclock Thursday afternoon to have tag numbers reserved and consequently is unaware ofwhat

from Querseld Funeral Home inDearborn may do so between December. place it is..
i': SELECT H ISGREETING ADS' NOW and burial followed in 14 and 28 at his office. All in all, for a baby organization

( The Christmas issue of The' Tribune will- be circulated Detroit, Michigan. N with limited membershipand

: Survivors include his wife, MEMBERS OF limited money at its disposal -
to subscribers December 23 and 24 and, as
it 'seems to be doing a
Mrs. Aileen Akins and 'their BEACH SCHOOL
usual we have: : a diversified and attractive group of j. pretty good job. With more ex
three children, Mary, Johnnie, A AND B CLUB .
,' and New Year Advertising perience, time, and cooperation
Christmas Greeting copy
Robert, and Charlene of Wyandotte Flagler:Beach School Principal it will' become, a very worth

i and illustrations. A book_,showing these maybe ex Mich.; one daughter and William Fennell has announcedthe while group ,effort in progress

: amined'in, The Tribune office'now, and we suggest one son. Donna' and James Akinsof following pupils as members and betterment the community -

I::. you come";in and make your: selection. We ,cannot Korona; his mother, Mrs. C. of the A and B Club for, the past I and Flagler county.
W. Johns Park three six:week
Akins St. ; period.
ads after Thursday December 17. '
accept noon, -
any
sisters, Mrs. Ruby Allerton of Dennis Clay,- Johnnie Ruth I Elects OfficersThe

,.- .. These attractive and appropriate greetings ads is I Delray, Ohio; Mrs. lllene Wa. Miller," Arthur McDaniel, Lynda .I Flagler County Shrine

.:; a most economical and cutomer-appreciated methodof ton of Wooster, Ohio; and Mrs. Skolar Susie Duncan, Pricella Club will meef tonight in the-

Josephine:Brown of Palatka;.one Gumble, ,Monia Hubert Marilyn: I Masonic Hall, for a business
\ I to all .' The ads Yare priced
greeting
extending- brother, George Akins of Hastings McNab, ,Margaret Hoskins, Mike meeting, and annual election .of
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t:from $3.50to".$iS.90. select. yours i9d.. y. 'Florida.., I Tidwell, and Kay Weaver. I officers.y .
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t. )PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Dec. 10, 1959

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.,,' Food Takes Smaller i I The first*Navy nurses to serve

:. i aboard a hospital ship reported

t.i aboard the USS Relief in 1922.
; Percent of Incomes I I

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Now Than Formerly
OJljr 3Flaglrr? uribunrBUlfNKLL.
iT AitDtEY Wit: .,
! The price of food may be higher I ,<\. \:;:::' '
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/iI FLORIDA
than: it was in, pre-war days

. ; hour's today will )
} but an pay
( bring home a lot more-groceries :, } MRS. M. B. FULLER. Editor
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ail?7f I than it did then. I Tt I
Designated OOelal Publication
As a matter of fact, food is .
I. for Public Notices of Flaicler
one of the best buys to be found .
.. '.;: County Municipalities therein
think
today. City cousins who .7. .
and the State of Florida
it -. the farmer is waxing fat might i I
;
-'. f well give consideration to the
Entered a. nerond class matter
following points: ,
February 6.1913.at the pU.tomH
People are eating'considerably
at Ilunnell Florida under act ..l
better now than they did 20 or'
I March 3, 187C. '
\ 30 years ago. Yet they are I

.. spending about the same percentage I CASTRO'S MEN? No. Beatniks? No. An old master No. One -- I II

of the family income for i This is actually a photo of members of the U.S. Navy's Operation I II year 12.50olx

food. If they were buying-- the,} Deep Freeze in Antarctica playing cards. I months $1.25 ,
.1371 '/ ry
same foods today as 20 years



. I :' ,':, //'it' 1ti'ftli \ family riculture ago Using smaller, the income.U.food figures S.percentage Department budget, the would American of of.take Ag-the II IIa 'I I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I I




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; '- Meat Institute says that all 1

meat cost to -the house wife is, AUTO ,BODY MILLAND HOTEL BAR FUEL OILKING'S

'\ ts 5 per cent of her disposable income I ODELLHERSEY'S Come And Visit TRUCK STOP

in' 1958,At 6.1 per cent in PAINT & BODY SHOP AL AND ELLIEAT PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS

In 1948, 5.8 per cent in 1938 and I Complete Collision Service THEIR NEW BAR Delivery in the County on

1928, and 6.7 per cent in 1921, 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE "You'll Meet Your Friends Here"
-., Fuel Oil Kerosene
Tractor
Fue
-' for which such I Body & Fender Work
I .0 't. :: the first year BEACH I
: Painting Matching Free Estimates FLAGLER Gasolineu.
;:: J information is available. Since v.s. 1 So. OK BUNNELL

; 1921 per capita consumption of II Days ID -3372-Nite ID 7-3267 The Coolest Spot for the Coolest I 1 N. Bunnell ID 7-3676

.-. mea has increased from 134.0 Draft BeerSANDPIPER
; pounds to 152.1 pdimds. People !AUTO SERVICE BAR FURNITURE

are eating more meat and ii' McDANIEL'S GIFTS-LUNCHES I REED'S
'f On the Ocean Side of AlA 3 Miles
spending a slightly smaller part .
Service Station
294 North of Flagler Pier Discount FurnitureUP
.
of their disposable income to ,
I "Keep Cool at George & Millie's"PHONE II TO 507. DISCOUNTOn
.. buy it.Putting. STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
1 HE 9.2156
Furniture
Dress Pattern No. 1371-C'-rj.'et in it another way, an '.Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs I and AppliancesNew
; the news-A handsome shirfM.O.s, t'reis hour's wage in 1940 would buy and .Used
.that spans the seasons with charm and Bunnell ID 7.7119 BUILDING SUPPLIES 1100 Flomich Ave.-Holly Hill
confidence. Ha'f size special. 1.8 pounds of round steak; in I
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No 1371 with PHOTO-GUIDE iV in 1957, 2.2 pounds. An hour's wage Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION WICKLINE FLOOR COVERING

tires 12%. 14'If. 16'/,, 18'/,.20'/:,22'/,, now will buy, more than twiceas
24%.Cu.t 33 to'45. Sue. 14'/,, 35 bust much chicken meat as anhour's Building Supplies Ttlecraft Company"LET
4!/. yards of 35-inch. '
\ would in 1940. GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen.
earning CEMENT -. CEMENT BLOCKS '
US FLOOR YOU"
: Needlework Pattern No. 294-.4 soft, -
cuddly ten-inch doll plus a'pretty ward- An hour's 'wage today will buy 7 A...I.-II P.M.-7 Days STEEL Armstrong & Kentile
fob h lur. to delis! the' mother.: almost' twice as' many eggs as
" young State &Lam 4ert '-ITS 1-ID 7-7190 Flagfer Beach HE 9.2254' Sold' and 'Installed *
You'll find this one fun to make No. 294 in 1940, and about 50 per'cent All Work Guaranteed
has pattern pieces.full directions.
;
more milk and bread. Colonial Service Station
Ormona Beach OR 7.3181
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Send 35c for each dress pattern 25c
retail cost of the CLEANERS
The monthly
for each needlework pattern add JOc for EARL E. RICE. Proprietor
each pattern for first clan mailing to farm food market basket, as reported OILr-LUBRICATION GARDEN SHOP.

AUDREY LANE,KUKEAU. Dept. "NWNS" by USDA, was about $90 I MOTOR TUNE-UP BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY Gray's Garden Center
367 West Adams ilL '
Street Chicago 6. and
in the summer of 1952 is GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIESU. CLEANING Headquarters for Gardening Need

down to $87 now. The "basket"is HIWAY 1 -. BUNNELL.Hall's SERVICEOpen Ceramics. Gifts. Dry Arrangement

YOUR, ,CLOSEST OUTLET the average type and quantityof Materials
Dally 8 to 6 Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers
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Atlantic StationJack
For 'Quality Furniture farm food purchased per urban -
Phone ID 7-3188 TORO LAWN MOWERS
."We're Out of the wage earner and clerical Hall, Proprietor
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115 N. St. Bunnell 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051:
( I Hight Rent District"CHRIS'S worker family. It took the average -I GAS-OILS-LUBRICATION Bay ORMOND .

d I FURNITURE factory worker 51 hours, TiresBatteriesAccessoriesROAD I I CONCRETE PRODUCTS HARDWARE
'I'
. of work to earn, his month'sgroceries SERVICE
1660 Rldgewood Ave. Holly Hill
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in 1952.; It takes him BUNNELL Tel. ID 7.3652 I Bunnell Farmers Supply Co. ,
Your "Q" For Concrete JOHN DEERE
only 39 hours to earn enoughfor
THE OUTBOARDER J. L. Presswood Garage Agricultural- &Industrial Equipment
an equivalent basket now. I Dial CL 3-81.13 STEEL

Authorized Evinrude DealerDOATS He has the pay for 12 hours of STANDARD PRODUCTS Bars & Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled
r for' something'else. General RepairinRoad Service DAYTONA BEACH Black&Galvanized Pipe & Fittings
ACCESSORIES REPAIRS I work to ,spend
I' AccessoriesVisit
Tire Tubes & .LAWN .MOWER REPAIRS
Dockage Storage Free Ramp I I Our Grocery Department Quillian's Concrete,. Inc. DEEN 'RD.. Phone 1"* 73143
WE FINANCE Farm efficiency has gone up For Frozen Foods and Staples
I Cubed Ice ,
825 Ballough Rd-Daytona and up, enabling tillers of the HE' .9-2139 FLAGLER BEACH Village Hardware Center

soil to' provide more and better DRUG STORES HOUSE PAINTS

food products at lower propor- Sullivan's Gulf Service
Match and mix any colorBuilder's
Store
tionate costs. Output per farm GULF Anderson Drug

worker has doubled in the past OAS-OILS-LUBRICATION -- Prescriptions Supplies Kitchenware

25'years.. Few industries of the,I TIRES-TUBES-ACCESSORIES Beach Information Sick Room Supplies GIFTS GREETING CARDS

R 66 s nation have increased output I "Specializing Clean liest in Rooms"Service and -= Sundries AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420

AMP per worker more than have I of Flagler Beach
st In The Heart BUNNELL PAINT STOREJERRY'S

... farmers. -
While relative costs of foods AUTO REPAIRS Moody's PharmacyFlagler PAINT MART

have been, coming down, costs HANNA & VEL-VON PAINT
Drug Store
of other items both farmers and Shield's Service Station County's.Corner One Coat Plastic Finish

consumers buy have been goingup. Arcadius Habel. ,Mechanic PRESCRIPTIONS Stops. Masonry Dampness

Prompt Service The average market basket COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS DRUGS-SUNDRIES Paint Sundries

of. food cost about the same in Right Now We'll Overhaul and I I FOUNTAIN SERVICE 29 W.. Granada-Ormond Beach

PLACE ,YOUR ORDER WITH US 1952 as now. But during the Repair Your Power MowerNo i J Bunnell, Flo. -Phone ID 7-3661 Ph. OR 7.0761 '
Job Too Big Or Too Small
r The Plagler Tribune I same time, the over-all cost of 111 No Bay SU Bunnell !ORMOND PRESCRIPTION : RADIOTELEVISIONDON'S
than
living index went up more
I I PHARMACY
9 per cent as prices of most EDGAR'S GARAGE
Phone ID1ewood328. % I Sick Room Supplies Sundries24Hour RADIO & TV
,.. other 'consumer'goods and services 24-Hour Towing Service I
BunnelL Florida ..' i t 'increased.VWWWWWWWWWVWWWVP. COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS I Prescription Service Zenith, Sales and Service"We

., .Free Delivery in Flagler Beach Sell the Best
--. ........_..................._....... .--.--. Automatic Wheel Balancing-Front,Transmission Service End I Rt. AlA 1 mL North of and Service the Rest"
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r'. Alignment ORMOND BEACH-Tel., 7-1661
_ FOR ALL'HOURS-DAY OR NIGHF 34O Granada Ol'lDoDd-OR 7-O8S3 AUTO RADIOS A SPECIALTYU.

Thompson PharmacyYour Hwy. 1, Onnond, OR 71473

r: AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION Health Is Wealth'

AMBULANCEST. VAlley 41625k HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC Put Your REAL ESTATE

SERVICE .PRESCRIPTIONS' Margaret Givens
AUGUSTINE.. FLORIDA In Our Hands ,
-- Repairing- Rebuilding Estate Broker '
? 141 W. Granada-Ormond'7-1421 Reg. Real
Wear. I
t Merer.'be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. ON ALL MAKES OF Notary PublicSpecializing I
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS
service With promptness safety and Holly Hill In
1239 Ridgewood
always at your '
f OR 7-1S81 FLORISTS OCEAN & RIVER PROPERTIESPhone .
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HEmlock 9-2035
BAR AND PACKAGE STORE Ken Mar Motel-Flagler Beach
Blacks Flower Shop
Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and'Inhalator ... -
l. FLAGLER BEACH Phone IDlewood '7-334 PUBLISHERS & PRINTERS

Garcia 'Funeral ..Home HOTEL: BAR I'' P0. Box 3 Bunnell, Fla The Flagler Tribune

i Placeof 'We Now Have Our Publishers Printers .
P. E. .GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director "The Meeting ; CHRISTMAS Phone ID_ 7-3282
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&ach several individuals for I have see'the film strip to understand -
fagfer I High School achievements in different. fields. this last statement.Mr. .

t HeadlinesBy The football team was awarded Hornsby concluded the assembly
LUNA BABBITT- the St. Johns River Conference program by making the
,'Meohone HEmlock 9.2098 ( Betty Jo Revels) tDon't I runner-up trophy. Ronald 1 1I I much appreciated announcement
Jasazczak was given a trophy that school will be out for
z tell that football I '
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PARENT-TEACHER STORK SHOWER, TUESDAY players from small schools never -I for being the outstanding Back Christmas holidays In a week.Don't .
ASSOCIATION MEETINGThe I I Mrs., Lois Harkness entertained get an offer of a scholarship I I of the season. -Robert Cook was I II !I I forget the Christmas
Ball
will be here in nine days.
I given a similar trophy for being
with a coffee at her homein to our big Florida universities. I ,
Flagler Beach PTA met selected the outstanding your Seniors soon for
Palm Harbort Tuesday morn We are so happy to report that I '
Tuesday evening in the school Linesman. Jerry Burned was I : ;;
Mrs.
ing. Her co-hostess was Robert Cook has been offered a -
cafetorlum with President Catherine !
Kay Robinson and they honoredMrs. scholarship at Florida State University presented a trophy for being se .
Wilson presiding. Spiritu- Mary Ann Meeking witha and also one to the University lected as the most improved I I I FRED A. FRUITS [
Shill led the
al Chairman May
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stork shower. of Florida. He chose the player the season. These j
devotional. Room count was University of Florida. We all trophies were presented by the I JEWELERDIAMONDSWATCHES I
won by Mrs. Lee Bourne's second The motif was in pink and local post Veterans of,Foreign I I:
blue with the gifts placed in look forward to an extra amountof
grade. Wars. The players were chosen
a baby ,bed which was decorted "rootin" for Florida duringthe REPAIRING ; ,
by the team. Receiving all conference :
During the business meeting with pink and blue ribbons. The next four years. Heartiest nVWUUUWUW'JVVVUVWVVUVElectrical'
they voted to: donate $10 to the centerpiece was a living plant, congratulations and best wishes,I t gold footballs were Jim
Burnsed, Robert Cook and Ronnie
Recreation Center; to' continuethe that was presented to the honoree j I Robert! 1 I
Pre.Teen'dances through the at the conclusion. The invited Grades 9 through 12 enjoyed i iI I _Canakaris. Ronnie, incident- Work
i I ally., was .he only sophomore in
holidays; plans were 'made to I i guests were Catherine Wilson the assembly program Tuesday.: I
invite Dr. Edward Fleming from I Joann Moyer, Betty Ann I I I ithe II conference to receive this I Phone ID 7-3589 or call r"
the State Board of Health in i Littlefield, Joann Sheeler, Betty I I Mrs. Gertrude Higgins and honor. i!, HARRIS APPLIANCE CO.
Jacksonville; to conduct a study Johnson, Peggy Wells, May Shill Mrs. Araminta Kight returned to I' Mike Parker, also was presented I Harold Emery
course here during January.Mrs. and. Janet Zamba. their'home here ,Wednesday aft. with a letter of honorable ,
Louella Fleurie gave a er visiting in their former home, mention from'the.Merit Scholarship I .
talk on several interesting art Visitors for last weekend at Nevada, Mo. Mrs. Era Rae from Association. This presentation
icles appearing in the National the home of..J\lr. and Mrs. Tom Daytona Beach was here to meet was made by Mr. Cannon. TV BobSERVICE
PTA Magazine. Mrs. Lorna Gal Harkness were Miss Jayne Marshall ..them. Mary Jo Daugherty, Joann !
loway reported 87 membershipshad social worker from Jack Morris, Arthur Carle, and BettyJo I I
been paid. Mrs Sara Mar. sonville, and Hap Hemphill from!I A. N. Bloom left Tuesday for Revels were recognized with
tel gave the treasurer's report. the University of Georgia at i Williamsport, Pa., to spend the a round of applause, for Their
During the social hour Christ Athens. I holidays. holding of state and district of. all makes
mas Carols were sung by the fices and positions. .
', "" group and two special numbers Fred Schatz, stationed in Texas Visitors last weekend with Mr.' Mr. Hein entertained us with Sales, Tubes and \
were sung by Catherine Wilson, with the Airforce, has been and Mrs. Robert Schatz and family some films taken on our class Antenna Installation
Betty Johnson, 'Howard Lercrt' spending his furlough here with were Servicemen Ben Benson trips last year when we went to I
and Paul Kelly. Fourth grade! his parents, Mr. .and Mrs.. Robert I and David Snider who are stationed I I Ponce de Leon Springs. These II I PHONE HE 9-2204
room mothers served refresh Schatz. I in Jacksonville. I I proved very entertaining. With i
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son house on 14th Street. FRESH D-D -
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arrived from Connecticut to 16.. '

spend the winter months here. HENS 49 Biscuits 3 for 25

Mrs. Caroline Barditzky spent .
the weekend in Eustis with her -

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Harry Hipple now are her sis ?
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son and daughter in law, Mr. I ?, .
and Mrs. Floyd Moser and Floyd, I

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SUGAR CREEK With S5.00 0: More Food Order
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fruits and : ,

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their home after a visit in pointsof lb. RED & WHITE
r. North Carolina with relatives ARMOURS STAR
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villages laboriously ,built,into.protection.The on. Hunting apparently went!:vide new clures' to the' customs
:,:, Early History the caves and under sheltering i current Park Service-National on: steadily to supplement a diet] of the people who once lived

. ledges., j Geographic is of corn, beans, and squash.Of I here, and may help link them
undertaking
Cliff Dwellers Is But still tantalizingly out of; special interest are burial historically with present South
I scientific drive I
reach are the ,answers to basic i a major to solve sites,, uncovered near Long western Pueblo, Indian tribes."
mesa mysteries. The job is ex- I
questions raised by the findings.i I
Being StudiedIn pected to take five or six years, -- --
From about A.D. 600 to .1100,; .
with still more time needed to
most. Indians living in small i II
the remote southwest corner avaluate the finds. INSIREStay.Insured & Rest Assured
farming villages on lower elevations -i
of Colorado, archeologists From bits of pottery, bones,
moved up. into large com ,
are digging into the history of and animal informationon ,\ .
communities on the mesa snares GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM
pact .
, cliff-dwelling'Indians who
early :
I the Indians' way of life'is -
for centuries, then top. Why?
flourished
is what gradually emerging. Studies of I"I
Equally puzzling
mysteriously vanished. happened next. The Indians:; pollen and soil hint at the kind H. T. ,COOK AGENCY
The site is Wetherill Mesa, i I and extent of farming carried
moved again in about 1200 to I t
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one of the tree-studded, canyon- caves. that reached ,deep into I H 0 u s e. "Such discoveries," I Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida

carved hills in 80-square-mile canyon' walls. The building,.,writes Mr., Burroughs, "will ,pro-
Mesa Verde National Park.
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problems must have been! .
There, through the joint effortsof
Mr. Burroughs points I
enormous .
the National Park Service and .
out., "Just to terrace some ofthe I
the National Geographic Society, I
a year's work in exploring and steeply pitched cave floors
must have taken as much workas I The Bunnell
Assn.
Businessmen's
restoring,cliffside ruins has just
building a good sized .village I
been completed.The
on the mesa, top." ,I
first major settlement to
In all, some 800 ruins have 1
be studied and rehabilitated is I
been found-proof of a prodigious -!

Long eventually House.to Park open officials it 'as an plan alternate investment in time and la I Ibore Take This Opportunity To Thank The PeopleOf'

I Yet by 1300 these homes,i
attraction for the floods
too, had been abandoned. Their
of visitors now literally. wear- inhabitants moved "right off the I Flagler County For Their PatronageThrough
ruins
ing out the at nearby, "
pages of history.
Chapin Mesa .

: Relics A report Found on Puzzles what Remain has been I Amateurs For centuries Spoil, Ruins the vacant set- The Years. We Are Striving To Give

telments of the Mesa Verde remained .
learned so far about Mesa Verde
Indians appears in the Novem- I indisturbed. Then in The The
ber National Geographic Maga- in 1888, ranchers named Wethe- You Very Best Service At Lowest
rill discovered one of the huge
zine. The article, by Park Serv-
ice archeologist Carroll A. Bur- cliff cattle.villages while chasing stray Possible Prices. We Invite You To Shop At

roughs, reveals a wealth of detail -
Soon stone corridors echoed to
on everyday life in stone

J, I the Souvenir crunch hunters of sightseers'and commercial feet.- Home Whenever-Possible And Help Us

Home LoanBorrowing '! prospectors scoured the ruins
for artifacts. A Swedish arche'ologist
Achieve This Goal.
dug into several sites in .
1891, and gathered a large and .
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valuable collection destined

Is Huge Sum !eventually to wind up in the MEMBERSANDERSON'S

National Museum at Helsinki,

More than 35 million dollars I!Finland. DRUG STORE BAKER'S 5 & 10
per day are borrowed for home) The end of the treasure hunt

loans in the United States and!came in. 1906, when Congress
I about 4,000 families are apply- I created Mesa Verde National BIDDLE'S GULF ,SERVICEBRANNAM' FOOD MARKET

ing for loans daily. j Park to give the 'area federal .\

Ten million non-farm dwelling ... "' CITIZENS BANK OF BUNNELL 1 DIXIANA RESTAURANT ,
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units have been ,constructed i
with these funds during the past O. F. ALFORDRegistered
nine years. j 11 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE FLAGLER CLINIC & HOSPITAL

These facts are reported in the I.- I
Real Estate Broker;
I latest Economic Leaflet from the MALPHURS RESTAURANT HARRIS APPLIANCES
University of Florida in art- Bunnell Florida
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-- MATHER FURNITURE CO. McDANIEL'S STANDARD STA.
at'the
professor of real estate
University. RCA VICTOR I

Ring states that the businessof LIVING COLOR TV ROGERETTE FOOD CENTER MOODY'S PHARMACY

home financing has grown "LOOK FOR TUB PICTUREIN

into "major force in the over- I Southern THE Radio WINDOW"& Television SHELTON'S SUPER MARKET DR. ALLEN REYNOLDS

all economic activity of our ,,
226 E. Granada Ph. OR 7-2001
country." ORMOND I
Because of this lenders of I FLAGLER HARDWARE, COLONIAL SERVICE STATION

money for mortgages must take

many precautions I to ensure that DUNN HARDWARE & SUPPLY BUNNELL DEPT. STORE
all the 'parties involved are entering Hercules Vacuum Cleaner

into a sound business Sewing Machine Corp. HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET BUCKLE'S BAR
venture, says Ring. : .
Almost all loans are given by We can furnish parts for and I

non-government agencies, but I service any sewing machineor WESTERN. AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE .
with the conventional type loan, vacuum cleaner. Real bar- .' "'
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the Federal Government neither gains on new, used rebuilt. /

guarantees, nor insures the loan. machines. I -
The risk is entirely borne by I

the The parties maximum involved amount in the usual-loan. 921 Yolu.la CL Ave.3-6661 Dayton, 'Beach I :: See The PARADE


ly in conventional loans is two- .
thirds of, the value of the prop-

erty offered ,as loan security. SATURDAY DECEMBER 12th 2:3.0

However, some states permit FOR ., '
institutional lenders to make .
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conventional loans 'up_ to 90 per

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value.FHA,accordance and VA with loans government are issuedin : Get A Free Ticket For Drawing ,

regulations. VA loans are now
EMIL MISSINNEPhone '
permitted to maximum of 100

per cent of the reasonable valueof HE 9-2094 1 Saturday December 19th 2:30 Downtown Bunnell

.the property, based on the ,
la FLAGLER BEACH

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sure It. is a sound business In. The property itself is judgedas Each of these three general that is required, interest rates

IS HUGE SUMContinued vestment.For to visual appeal, livability, categories has a' total point I and other important factors.
instance, the FHA de I natural light and ventilation, I count of 100. If any specific Economic Leaflets, published
( from Page 5) termines' the rating of the bore structural quality, resistance to item therein is totally."rejected" monthly by the Unlv rslty's Bureau

value of the property as estimated rower, the property involved and elements and use and sUitabilIty or if any group rating falls be I' of Economic and Business
by approved fee appraise its location. of mechanical equipment. low 50 points, the loan is* not Research, are available to Florida
ers. The credit standing, motivating FHA appraisers judge the site backed by the FHA. The risk residents upon request.
vPreloan investigations followa interest in home ownership,! of the property on its utility anda must then be fully borne by the

basic pattern, says Ring. They stability of effective income and forecast of the changes likely parties themselves Dice are thought to have been
are made to find'out as much other factors about, the home I I to occur atgjthe: site from probe Ring also cites the procedures invented about 1,244 B. C.

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,I ,Mrs. D. H. Emery'has returned! Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Holden liam Way, Sr., are her cousins,
M f jJ J j jI I from.Homestead where she visit-: have returned after a visit In II Mr. and Mrs. George Schlosser
jI I I led I for some time with her son Scranton, Pa., with relatives., I I of Grays Lake, Illinois.
i I I|.in law and daughter, M-Sgt. and II I i .

1 1I I Mrs. William Patrick. I Visiting here with_ Mrs. Wil- Subscribe to The Flogler Tribune ,
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WITH MRS. GRESHAM FRIDAY HONORS !I I
WEDNESDAY NIGHT X JULIE SENDRAL \ hristmas.

Mrs. Thomas Gresham was Julie Sendral was
hostess at the meeting of the day evening at the j
Country Club dh Wednesday munity Center !

night The at annual her home election, Bimini.of officerswas party birthday celebrating I j Thurs., Fri., and Sat., Dec. 10th, 11th, and 12th

held and Mrs. Jeanette Ber- Fifty'of.her young |
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tha was elected to serve as presi- were invited to '
dent. Vice president .is Mrs. with her.. Games | .
Betty Moore and Mrs. Rose Do- was enjoyed. 1 tI" Rex Missile Coaster Wagon
zier was elected secretary. Mrs. I" Featured on the i ii
Shirley Gresham was reelectedto table a
was
serve xas treasurer and Mrs. i baked in the ) Body Size 28x13x3%
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The president, Mrs. Betty Julie's parents, I '
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19 when the husbands MRS HARRY
of the members will be guests. HONORED AT A .

i t, shipment It was of reported fruit cake that had"a been new DINNER'PARTY Mr. and Mrs. GET FREE TICKET FOR DRAWING. DEC. 19thBAKER'S

received. The fruit cake sale is "
hosts at dinner
the Christmas Project for this
day evening at
year. The proceeds of this sale '
E. Howe Ave. -
will be used for the club's 5&1O
honoring Mrs. .
Christmas baskets.
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MONDAY EVENING Invited guests
Mrs. Nita Haywood was host of the Clegg I -- --
ess at the Pinette Club meeting enjoyed the I .
I honoree and hosts.
Monday night. A covered dish I
supper was served to the follow- i .- .
ing: Joann Crews, Betty Hawk- Mrs. John M. I & -
ins, Betty White, Ann Hunter, Mrs. Thomas. '11:'
Margaret Ann Shelton, Ellisa nesday evening for I S. .
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Tilton, and Marjorie Kinney.; Mrs. Canakaris ? STANDARD : .
; .. Plans for the Christmas party her parents there PRODUCTS OIL. "j
mother ill. Mrs. \
11 were completed and December 'f., .
I 18 was set5 for the date. visit with, her I ; : -- -
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go on -
Miss Polly Cantrell of !, 'I her daughter .and r 9S I I
II, visited here during the bers of her family ,
with relatives. ing home
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Bock in 1905, when there were only 101 motor
Market vehicles in Florida Standard Oil's quality
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t'\GE EIGHT _, N THE FLAGLER, TRIBUNE BUNNELL_ FLORIDA Thursday Dec.. 10, 1959 ..11
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Canada Bison band, and the Northwest Mounted S i the buffalo move eastward to I I Grass can be obtained only by times pull down buffalo caughtin -

Police were assigned to patrol J the frozen prairies along the i< rooting out hples in the snow. open meadows. At night,
the area and keep.out'Slave River. The clans then I I Buffalo share the park with calves are shielded from the

Being HuntedThis poachers. unite to form large herds under moose; mule deer, caribou, and grey marauders by a protective
I When Wood Bufalo ram was the leadership of an old bull.CHRISTMAS.I black bear._ Wolf packs some- circle of bulls.Christmas.

autumn, for the first time established in 1922, the bison .
since 1893, hunters will be al I had increased 'to about 1,500 I
lowed to stalk the great shaggy. head. The animals were larger "
than the bison SPECIALS
and darker plains
bison in the somber forests ofCanada's I II
and were regarded by many
Northwest Territories: '
:I scientists as a distinct subspecies I "FROM NOW UNTIL CHRISTMAS'----OR AS LONG AS THEY LAST
dramatic in wild
A episode i the wood bison.
life ..conservation has restored i Over a period of several years, MATHER OF BUNNELL
much of the scene familiar to than bison .
Ii more 6,000 plains
the hardy trappers of the Hud were brought up from the south I "

son's.Bay Company. After near I and released in the park. They Christmas Paper Flash Gordon Stockings
ly,70 years of ,protection, the mingled..with the native herds,

West's most majestic symbol is and is now unlikely'' 'that any 6 Rolls 24 'x 50 Inches TARGET SETS FULL OF TOYS
once more a familiar sight in I pure wood bison remain.
parts of the Canadian North. Buffalo have become so numerous I $ Since the turn of the century, I I that government b'iolo- While they last ..._.. X

Canada's .buffalo or bison have I I gists hope to establish a new i
multiplied from about 250 to herd on the Mackenzie River.1 I Swivel
more than 16,000, the National I arefully'regulated shooting II j Platform RockersFOR Recliner RockerWith

Geographic Society says. To I I I would provide a permanent meat Foam Cushions
protect them, the Canadian Government supply for Far North communities. I-II MOTHER CHAIRS FOR DAD Mastic and Nylon

established the world's I I I II
$5800
largest game preserve-17,300 Forest. Muskeg, and Prairie I From $1'95 Priced From From 'hU .....__.. $480l
square miles of wilderness call I The haunts of the northern I Ii
ed the Wood Buffalo Park. buffalo have remained un
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a Covered the Plains i 10 PieceLIVING Piece
At their peak in the 18th cen- I Mac-kenzie I j

tury, possibly 60 million buffalo erin- 1789 on his way to- the Salem Maple ROOM DINING ROOM SUIT

,roamed North America's plains "frozen ocean." The only roadsin GROUP'
and forests. Less than 200 years Wood Buffalo Park are an- BUNK BEDS Sofa $178
Bed and 2 Chairs
later, man had reduced the vast cestral networks of deeply worn
herds to a few hundred animals. buffalo trails. About 300 Indians I With 2 Mattresses 3 Tables, 2 Lamps

The buffalo appeared doomed' to' are allowed to hunt and Complete Set 2 toss pillowsAll WALL PICTURES
follow the passenger pigeon into trap in the park's vast areas I $2.88TABLE
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pieces
oblivion. of forest, muskeg, and prairie. $0000 .
By: 1890, the only really wild While the short summer lasts, i LAMPS
buffalo on the continent were buffalo families spread out over $15800

hiding in the forests west of the I the park's forested uplands, From $488
Slave River in northern Alberta. searching for succulent grasses.:''

The Government took immediate They spend much time in sand I' Rags To Riches 53 PIECE DISH SET

steps to protect the small and mud wallows, trying to escape 25" DOLL SMOKERS I
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the voracious hordes of Reg. $29.95 Wrought iron '

mosquitoes and bulldog flies. .
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a g way to serve creamed ., ; -
meats or shellfish. Cut raw potatoes
in shreds, copk 2 minutesin
hot fat, then press into muffin

WARM FLOORS pans and brown in a hot oven. ;; / ) make it a

If doughnuts become dry, they !t .t Jld
can be split in half lengthwise,
INEVERYROOM toasted and .buttered. "

withthe t beautiful, new Tckay grapes make a delightful I \
salad when they're halved

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0 Cabbage and Apples I
(Serves 8)
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12 cups shredded red cabbage =
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i I I 1 cup water, _
3 apples, sliced thin I I2
'I I J,- cup brown sugar I
2 tablespoons butter I i
, % teaspoon salt
& cup vinegar (mild) Orr olIHLA

'' QK ti c Vt cup'' gingersnap pieces .I -'
Pour boiling water over :
cabbage in. colander. Cook = "
with water, ,
apples sugar
butter and salt for 5 minutes. II. GIVE HER AN
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II crumbs, and stir until ginger- 1 sELECTRIC APPLIANCEShe'll
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while hot.
be floating on clouds
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a and seeded then mixed with celery
the she
IH appliance- gift most
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" which lemon juice has been
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I it spend with the family. See t
Making butter cookies with"cookie a dealer
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press? Bake until almost ? .
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amazing' SUPER Floor Heat baking just enough for ,the star -
I. traveling j to. every room in to melt ,into, the cookie.. .1 >

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blower speed and Siegler. I eggs for an appetizer, add a bit I :
* matic draft are all, synchro- of anchovy. paste to the mashed I t. f
,. nized for perfect comfort, egg yolk for sharpened flavor. '
convenience and Decorate the eggs with capersor I .
k k economy. 'Em
paprika.
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1 Maine Sardine 1 "sardine" necklace rivals the AMERICANA Cities to See I WORDS .v tat Bttof Horn* '
luxurious luster of a $10,000 I' -

choker that came from oysters. Jacksonville Floridi:' N >l Brad Aadena I TtfOlfGHTS Y Y.SURE

Iridescent fingernail polish is I Ii I

Is Being HailedThe i now 'made from. guaine a waste II
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I I II i product found in the sardine's :> I BETTER 7HA1J '

I[I air bladder. Sardines are also %, $ACKHoME
main sardine has come Il
used to make protein flour cat I WHERE EvERYTNn1GI5.
into its own. The fish' is ai J
II food, and rust: inhibitors. ; P-WITH
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healthful food and industry j p l SNOW

uses it to produce many things I The Atlantic' herring (clupea I

ranging from artificial pearls 'to I! harengus) is strictly' a sea fish. 1f

flour.. .1 I Unlike the shad, alewife, and t 1(1T
I some other members of the her- '
The Maine sardine actually is L f
[ it does not enter
ring family, l
five-inch Atlantic;i
threeto
a
fresh water. But it ranges the ,
herring the National Geography j American coast from Cape Hat- I
"Sardine" is a1!
ic Society says.
: Labrador and
"' 1 teras northward to .. -
name applied to several species !I{,Greenland, and the European : : ; r
fish that have soft !
of small

honest rich flavor and- can' be 1!I coast to from Norway.the Strait In America of Gibraltar in-- a1, gi.i..;. LETS Fqc 1 ..

preserved in oil. ]i l icrediibly large schools swim

The fisheries were (cheered recently north of Cape'Cod. Maine is the'I ; avid CLorlaES !

when Harvard. University center of the sardine industry.

scientists reported that fatty I __ p
acids in canned sardines appar-I Sardine factories stand mostlyon Ot

ently decrease the amount 'of points jutting out into the

cholesterol in the blood con- I sea. Men catch the fish and I

sidered a factor in heart failure. their womenfolk work in the

Meanwhile scientists at the canneries. Lubec a center of From the tops of tall buildings in Jacksonville Fla.. the unaided I

Massachusetts Institute Technology I the Maine sardine industry, is :ye detects the breakers of the Atlantic near the mouth of the St. I L
artd Johns River where Jean Ribault and the exploring party of French
have determined that the the most easterly town post
I Hugoenots came to anchor in 1562. This was the discovery of the St. I
office in the United States. Visi ,,
sardine is, a biologically com tr
Johns by the white man. Two years later 250 Hugoenot colonists under
plete protein food 'with all the tors report there is no more picturesque command of Laudonniere arrived from France and planted their 1 ,

essential amino acids. It is I I sight in New England colony at the foot of the hill known as St. Johns Bluff between what :! ll'

easily digested. Thus sardines 1, than a Lubec sardine factory at is now Jacksonville and the oc a.n. I

may help build strong muscles. I low tide, standing on stilts and Today. Jacksonville is the ,seat center of barge operations through I f FREE PAINTOne

Sardine Rivals Oyster caught in clouds of swirling of Duval County. The area within the scheduled service of common
gulls. the city limits is composed of 30.2 carriers and frequent service of I extra gallon of your choice
'j Industrially sardines are sq. mi. ot land and about 9.17 sq. contract carriers. with each gallon your' buy
prized for their scales. A coat- I! The comings and going of sar- mi. of waters and harbors or a A cosmopolitan city which has

ing washed from these silvery dines are of vital importance to total oi; 39.37 sq. mi. Metropolitan retained the friendliness and hos- I Mary Carter Paint Store

scales, called pearl essence I I Mainesince more than 10,000 Jacksonville has a total area of pitality of the Old South Jackson- Ormond Beach at Coquina Barn

turns glass beads into artificial down-Easters depend on the I 844.75 sq. mi. Jacksonville's pop- ville is an attractive city with 184 Also We.tgate Shopping Canter

gems! To untrained eyes, a $10r creatures. Most yearsthe fish ulation estimate is 235,300;. the public parks located in all sec- I .- -
I appear in huge schools up and I county's 441,200.Jacksonville tions of the city. Swimming, golf .
is' the industrial tennis boating and sailing are all I REFINANCE YOUR DEBTS
down the coast. At .times they capital for the State of Florida popular sports but fishing is prob- : With a Long Term

i f n play hookey, and the' industry and South,Georgia. A wide rangeof ably the most popular. Fresh and I !

H-I comes to a standstill. products include food chemi- salt water fish abound in the rivers I I FEDERAL LAND BANK

I i Tracked by Sonar eats, transportation lumber and streams and the nearby Atlantic I FARM LOANR.
lumber products machinery, pa- Ocean. A wide variety of
boats
From seaplanes and ,
and paper products. Jackson- spectator sports may also be enjoyed -
per W!. BRYAN
fishermen the schools
spot by ville has an-excellent landlocked including the annual Gator
4 the iridescent flash they createon I natural harbor with a thirtyfourfoot Bowl Game th? GeorgiaFloridafootball Production Credit Assn.

j' the water in moonlight. channel to the Atlantic. The game and a baseball tear Wednesday.lOiOOFALATKA

Some modern craft also. hunt b_ y I
sonar. Fish are encircled' 'In *a F ry "'

I seine and held entrapped untila

carrier pumps the sardines in- .. "\. a

r to its hold with a hoselike de
I Here are the LOWEST-PRICED PICKUPS "
vice.Newly
: _ hatched
herring measure ; .

\ Ui only a quarter.inch. They of the leading makes*
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row rapidly and may reach sar '. '".-' ," ,I
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dine-size at the end of
a year. :'", 0 ,
Numerous animals, includingthe ',' > (
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cod, haddock,;halibut, squid, ;t SpV 5LM

and whale, prey upon herring. \'l.1

w They are consumed fresh saltedor to\U .
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smoked by humans. ,

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IV THE CIRCUIT. COURT OK fOrd pAced
FLAGL.ER COUNTY; FLORIDA, Pit psu t$16\.11
lI'l- IN CHANCERY NO. 3886 $3 11 mparabia
JOHN ARNE HI. f Belo tomode\$
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NOTICE TO DKKKND I I. /
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
I' Louise Arneri I
Address, Unknown'You
ON THE ROCKS .. Drinkingup are hereby notified that a
suit has been filed against you in .,
sunshine in Cypress Gardens the above entitled cause; and you '
Fla., is Beth Lansche are hereby required to file your answer with Certified Economy t
one of the famous (and beautiful with the Clerk of this Court .... -
1.:. and to serve a copy thereof upon I960 "
) aauamalds. the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney.'' Here is economy you can count on. economy backed' 1
whose Samuel name and V. Holch address is: by the Certified tests of leading independent automotive
I
Highway 17 FORD o engineers. .
East Palatka. Floridanot
f Electric CiitnctiiigJOHN later than December 26th. A. D. Certified gas savings! New tests verify the gas savings
1959. of Ford's modern Six-the,engine that averaged 25%
If you fall to do so. decree pro TRUCKS
in Economy Showdown U.S.A.!
RODGERS confesso will be entered againstyou more mpg

f bill for of complaint.the relief demanded The nature in the of Certified durability! Tests of key truck parts showed,

$i. Ph. ID 7-3405-SunneL Fla. said suit being for divorce. for example, 23.6% greater frame rigidity.
and seal of
said WITNESS Court this my hand 24th day of November I Certified lowest prices!See the actual price comparisons, >.7

t .0\.. D. 1959.. plus all the economy test results. Come in and see the .':'. '
IV TilE CIRCUIT COURT OFKt.ACJI.KR (Official Seal) '
Certified Book.
1 COUNTY. FLORIDA I It' RALPH E. HARBERT Economy :1; .
IN CHANCERY NO. 3352 Clerk of raid Circuit. Court J /
{ SAMUEL LOPEZ. Nov. 26 & Dec. 3-10.11-4tc
Plaintiff ,I I
va. IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT. OF '
p MARGA I* LOPEZ. alaas o known FLAGLER COUNTY,' ..FLORIDA !PPP 0 .>'
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LOl'EZ. ROSCOE, G. .BRADLEY. ,
Defendant. }'lalnUft.Vl. SAVE ..
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NOTICE TO DEFEND : '
: THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: MQDEEN MBRRELL BRADLEY. .Vplo ;
Margra, I* Lopez also, known Defendant. $15611
as Liesel Marga Schneider NOTICE TO DEFEND I .
Lopez THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
J 'Am Harrenacker 12 Modeen Merrell Bradley J ; New F :,
Darmstadt.'West Germany :Address Unknown si.I'ictu.100 Fl'rt_ ';; -
j You are hereby notified that a You are hereby notified that a ( s.42folr ricecf .I "1, ',
suit has been filed against you it* suit has been filed against you in I comp'rUI.below '., '
the, above entitled cause; and you the above entitled cause: and you '. mod lSotleadinJf.tu ,
:! are hereby 'required to file your-an- are hereby required to file your answer I I zr JletJti = --:; ".
i\\' swer with the Clerk of this Court. with the Clerk of this Court. 'It.alld .. b: Corner
,,... and to serve "u copy thereof upon and to serve a copy thereof upon I I MMIUIIIIIN MMIlrpai!!!! ce fart risons.actaI --, -! .
: the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney. the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney j '"
whose name and address Is: whose name and address is: | .
W. Cecil Grant Jj Robert Durden' j ead w s CidW.ci akss II au ....d .F
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Daytona Beach. Floridanot' Daytona Beach. 'Florida I .Fotanl.....no...*.tu.ocMacMi ........ '.J, '.
later than December 28th A. D. not later than December 28th. A. D. '\ ; ..
1959, 1959. / raw syslYW sst tiaa ca 4ae/ '- ...
; If you fall to do *o. decree pro If you fail to do so, 'decree pro Mi 2IIl. fa Una NM Motor CeM e: !,.*.fWl.AA. '. ., .
t confeaao will be entered againstyou confesso will be entered against osasiltamis F.D.A.F. "';: '
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for the relief demanded in, the you for the relief demanded in the I '
- bill of complaint. The nature of bill of complaint. The nature of .., : : :
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said suit being for divorce. said suit being for divorce. t. l' t. ?'.l"
WITNESS my hand and seal of WITNESS my hand and seal of I. : :
raid Court this 24th day of No- said Court this 18th day of November : :
:
'ember A. D. 1959. A. D. 1959. :t ti /' ; .B nnellMotor Company fSee ":'
(Official Seal) .
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RALPH B. 'HARBERT RALPHHARBERT I '...:; :;J.l}'<"- #( ". '9" 4" -\ .- / '. !
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Court
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Nov. 26 & Dec 3.10-17--4tc ;"Nov. 28 & Dec $-10-17-:*tc / 'FORD STARTIME" in living color on Tuesdays on NBC-TV- ,

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: : Christmas Seal'DoItDay' I Yule Music At I I I government gained slightly employment faster than figure.'the ...I I I'Ve

Which all adds up to, the fact NOTICE.I

Is I Foster Memorial l- I that government have been upgraded wages and more,salaries -


This Saturday i'On Dec. 13 and 20 I II rage than_ Florida that received,worker.by Bettermentof the aVe-,

have 500 head of cattle the John Anderson
along
salaries paid to teachers and -
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I I Two Sunday afternoon programs
campaign chairman on- featuring Christmas music the assignment of top-flfght'sci and Kings Highways and these could easily be

nounced today that Flagler I I have been scheduled at the entists to federal projects in taken for deer.
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County is joining the Florida !Stephen Foster Memorial at. Florida are!' elements in this i
Tuberculosis and Health Association I I:White Springs on December 13 trend. I would like to appeal to hunters to please keep off

in a state-wide "Do It- and December 20, Thelma A. Last year, 'the state-local pay- these 'premises as we also have men working on
Day" effort, to reach its state I Boltin, special events director roll came to $524 million and this acreage. *
goal of $650,000 by Christmas has announced.Dr. employment averaged 143,700

time. # I Delbert.Sterrett, tenor and persons. Federal civilian and

'This goal will present an increase his wife Jane Richards Sterrett, military personnel, numbering Von Bulow Ranch

,,J of $86,000 over the 're- soprano of Gainesville, will per- 51,800 had a $620'milllon wage-
turns by Christmas Day in the sent their traditional program of salary total. The greater growth

1958 campaign, Mrs.,Lynn said. Christmas carols at 31 P.M. on during the past eight years has /
"Do-It-Day" is a reminder that I taken place at the state-local
December 13 in the lower audi-
an additional ,amount is neededto torium of-the Foster Carillon level, both in ,number of employees ;; .

step up educational and research Tower. As in past years, they I as well, as in payroll
in an effort to volume. '
programs will 'include several' numbers
out tuberculosis as Florida's Employment and payrolls of Sunday '
wipe from foreign countries in their J ,
firms under contract to
private
number one communicable
native tongues. Dr. Sterrett, a 1
disease. member of the music staff at any level of government are not

Mrs. Lynn urges everyone to the University of Florida, and I included in these figures. Com
"answer Christmas Seal plete data are unavailable on Turkey Dinner
your Mrs. Sterrett will be assisted in
appeal letter .today and help I this year's program by two of this phase of the force of gov-

in the nation wide fight to keep their 'children, Miss Boltin said. ernment spending on the state'seconomy.

us all safe from T.B." On December 20 at 3 P. M. in Pie and Coffee
Appetizer Included..
i
the tower auditorium, there will .
Attends Directors be an fashioned Christmas' MIGHTIEST OF GORGES I

Meetinng In Miami, I carol sing for the public. The $125
first of these events was held The Grand Canyon, mightiestof I
George Wickline spent Friday I last Christmas with a large gorges, is still being cut by
and in Miami attend-
Saturday
I turnout of tourists as well as the Colorado River. It 'was dis.
ing a directors meeting of the I Floridians. The informal pro covered by a soldier of Spain Pier Restaurant
State Association of County Com I
, gram, with the Adult and Junior searching for the fabled Seven
missioners.
Baptist Choirs of Mayo as wellas Cities of Cibola 48 years after I
He said making
they were
several singers from this area Columbus reached America. ,It
plans for the state convention .
featured, will be annual .
an .
r which will be. held in Miami in
. March, and also'the nationl convention event on the Sunday before
Christmas Miss .Boltin said.
.I of county officers to be i
The 97-bell carillon in the
held there during August. ;
: w Foster Tower will present pro- Nice to'give. .Nice to

CIGARETTE TAX TO grams of Christmas favorites getExtension !i
after' both the December 13 and
: FLAGLER TOWNSThe 7
; .
events.Government-
f 2Q special .,
.. '
five cents a package tax : '
"-
sold within the ,,:. .'. "
on cigarettes ,::. ;::
I' limits of towns in Flagler county .'; .,

r, during October has been distributed : Is "' '
<
,:' by the state which col- .;.

: fleets the tax. The following BigEmployer -
> ;amounts were reported: : '
. To Bunnell, $1,64155; Flagler Government at all levels.fede : ':.--, "

{, Beach, $658.14; Beverly Beach,I ral, state, county, municipal and 'i ,_
' $90.54; and Marineland, $93.08. .special district combined) is the
1 The total amount collectedover second ranking employer in
the state' during October, Florida, standing just below ---

was 248256292. Of this total wholesale and retail trade firms, by St

'683456.95 went to the state's I the Florida State Chamber of

'S. general fund and the remainder Commerce reports. ..
went to municipalities. Last year, total government i f
f.' I employment in the state ave. ,

1t' 1. raged 195,500 persons with an I ...
f CLASSIFIED annual payroll of $1144000000.

These figures represent 17 per I \ J .
: cent of the total I
persons employed
ADSlAmtlngm and 23 of '
t' per' cent pay
rolls: both exclusive of farm' em I
t adcv thin keadla an II ployment.
2 cent per word each laserttoa* I r
, BO cc.t. l. minimum chargeS Since 1950, government employees J. f

: FOR RENT-Furnished 6-room have increased 67 per 'y.S I

.': and 3-room, apartments, $30.00 cent in number and wages and
per month. Capitol Motel, Ko- salaries paid to them rose 157 .,
; jona.. ,Phone ID 73649. per cent. Payrolls of all other '
: :12-10.: -tf types of employers' gained less \ S
rapidly (139 per cent) than did \ I
FOR SALE-two bedroom house government, during the eight .,
with four lots. Mrs. F. Howell I ,
f.r HA year period while the numberof '
". I P.O. Box *63, Bunnell. or employees' of these types :
f phone ID 73528. 12.3.2tp
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':., Open territory Flagler for Beach AVON Rep- Community Telephones;;-:, .

i resentative. Women over 25 :>iJ'
I.,: given special preference. For Memorial Church x k ; {
It interview in your home write l colors l '
k NOW-Manager. box 246. Lock- l.te.-.e..t..1 :. = : in sparkling --i;:. :: '
r, hart., Fla. or in Daytona. call. "
'- CL, 2-4411 ,NOW. Daytona Ave. : > ; I
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Rawlelgh business 'now open ". --
Sunday School 10:00: A.M. lucky family and friends when Christmas gift-giving is ;:
r. in Flagler.;County Excellent, op your ti1 :'...
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:-i: portunity., Write at once Raw- Church Service UOO.A.M. '_' ,. gay extension phones in decorator colors. For year-'round .,, ;,.: f. '

leigh's Dept. "FA-SeO-lgg, Memphis R. -W. 'DIC ERT. Pastor ," comfort in,Dad's den step-saving'coDvenience. in Mom's'J ,..fj'. : '"'.
Tenn. 11.26& Dec. 10-24-3tp i:
i :. EVERYONE WELCOME I ": kitchen. .or that much-loved privacy inSis', room7. -* _, <: < : ,

EPrld ,.
TANK-cleaning reason .
-- I 1 I Lucky when ask Santa for for .
able.rates. George Jarosz, Phone you you a couple yourself :?
,
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t. 3D 7-3410.- -tcJOHNSTON'S I ; ;: for your kitchen, bedroom, bath or teenager's room. ,
OCKETSFisherman's ] t :'

- I '; Extension phones are easy shopping, too.-Just' order now/ -t'F

and have charged to your telephone bill.. You can.cross eVer. .>
III
,.:. FLAGLER ,BEACH' REALTY CO. : so many names off your gift list with just One call i to our :V:'o.:' -

LOTS HOMES, OCEAN FRONT ." : ,. Business Office. Why not start on your list today? :

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