The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: June 18, 1959
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00130
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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'VOLUME 47, NO. 23 # BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1959 .. $2.50 A YEAR

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Registration. The Summer Citizens Council, City Commission In Tie Vote '

Summer Program Band ProgramIs '. Meeting Schedule On Police Department Change II

Set For'Monday Announced For Friday NightA At
The Summer Band Programfor the city commission meeting -

| ''Flagler County's Youth be I Monday evening the questions
Mr. Boswell On
"r Registration for_ the Summer gins on Monday, June 22. Be- meeting of the Flagler: of one or two, city police,

;" Program will be held Monday, ginning students will study each County Citizens Committee has took up most of the _evening.The .
i" Bunnell been called for Friday night, Local HealthDepartment carried,
JUne 22, at the High morning, Monday thru Friday, question had been
,.;'< School Gym, Asst. Coach Cliff while advanced band 'members' June 19, at .7:30 P. M., at the over from the meeting held June
t McGriff said ,today. -. will be grouped as ensembles I Courthouse; Chairman D. D. first _,
I Moody said today.
4 All boys and girls who are in, the afternoons. Two night!' ,F. 'J. Boswell, who has recently When put to a vote Paul,Stan-
rehearsals for Concert Band! On the agenda is the electionof been appointed as Sanita '
r interested in the summer prog- ish rand Jack Clegg voted for
,' ram activities will meet at the on Tuesday and Dance Band on I officers for the ensuing year..tion Officer of the Flagler County only a night man; Levi Bran

Wednesday will complete the Dr. George A. Downs, who has Health Department, has arrived
f=. Bunnell Gym at 9 o'clock. This v I nan) and Charles Creal voted _
'program includes swimming and weekly program. In addition, recently spent lour days in here and has begun his duties for both a day and a, night police -

all activities he stated.A any desiring extra work may Washington testifying before the with the Department. He will and E.S. Morris, chairman,
journey to Stetson Universityeach Senate Judiciary Committee opposing serve as Sanitation Officer of did
bus will run from Flagler not vote to break the tie,
Thursday afternoon for the 16 civil rights bills Flagler County and also for the
Beach to those who saying he wished to obtain
1," transport work with the ,University Lab i now before the Committee., will East part of Putnam which is information
attend from there. The bus will more from Sheriff
Band, Walter Morris said today.I give a report. in Crescent Cjry.
,_ leave the City Park in front of I Homer Brooks as to availabilityof
Other important matters whichare Mr. Boswell has served with
8:30 a deputy sheriff here duringthe
the'Flagler Beach Hotel at Beginning students should regIster
vital at this time will be the Health in Vo-
in the morning and will travel for their lessons on the opening Department day. Thus the question remains -

down A1A to 'MasSie's Motor day, Monday, June 22, ,in I on the program. lusia for 5,% years and also one unanswered until another

Court and, back. Central Avenue the Band. Building, Mr. Morris' Chairman Moody is urging all year with Leon Health Depart- meeting of the commission.
.. members and friends to attend ment in Tallahassee. For the
: and over to the School Building. said. *
Leave 'the School house' there the meeting. past year he has'done post grad- Sheriff Brooks said today that
n \' uate work in Public Health at he had informed the 'city 'commission -
.. for Bunnell School building. ... *
-, Nephew Of Mrs. : : Tulane University. that he would' cooperate

Michael Mr. and Mrs:Boswell and their with the city in any way ,possible .

Former Resident Harris Aboard son are residing in the Wray ,, but could not .,:assign a*

Attacked Plane Attends Summer Apartment on the corner'of Stone deputy for all, day duty'in Bun-

and Court ,Street. nell. "alone.The .
George Ficklin Mrs.- L. L. Harris' nephew, Science, Program .
/ Aviation ,Electronics Technician [ sheriff added that ,he

Ic Robert Lee Harrelson Jr., of Michael vNoel Parker, son of would be 'willing: to 'havethe
Dies Recently 'and Judy Lewis Is fcheriffi and' police
Mr. Mrsf. M. H.' Parker of: dept dept.
'It Tampa 'was ,aboard the U.. S. .. .
I Bunnell, was one of 25 students radios \hooked. *up so he'could
Navy Patrol plane which was "
''George'E. Ficklin':of Washing- I attacked' by the Communist Jet from :Florida -secondary schoolsto Attending High, be, called ,at' any 'time '

ington, D/ c.,;'C1ted in a Veterans Fighters over the Sea of Japan be selected this week to participate t vPresent iheji meeting
';., Hospital there'on May 26;. accorcHnc4 : in the National, Science School .Institute I ; was '
Tuesday citizens
about half ,dozen' who
:t to a letter "received herebf ..The...attack occured,while they .F.QundaJtfttt ...Summer training' Judy Lewtsr'daug 1ter',of Mr. urged"the' commission'to main.
'i Mrs? Lewis bf research and laboratory i
< fcl. : Clyde program: -
routine and'MrsiClici&.Lewls of Bunnell I
were making a patrol taro the department as it is
recently Mr. Ficklin is a forme/ work at the University of
flight over international 'waters. is in Gainesville this week attending with both.'officers. Also submitted
I,. .. .' r f,'president' .' of., Flagler County, 'MrsXHaris, said.'so far as they Florida. the High School Journalism ; to the commission -
in reside in the week was a.
1949 to During
leaving here: eight session -
in the Institute
know tie was not injured at the University 100.
June 15-August 8 Parker petition containing over
Washington.: 'He* ,
attack. has been stationed of Florida.
held will and seminar names of many business men
Funeral services were do laboratory
with the U. ;S. Navy in Japan Judy has been elected to serveas andother citizens
in Arlington work with in his special ; asking that
there and was experts,
about three He,is the
National Cemetery on years. son field. Lecture demonstrationsand 1 editor of the Bunnell High the city, retain both police positions. -
of Mrs. .Harrb'brollieTeen '
School next The .
May 29.Survivors. field trips will be lnclud d. year.
Institute is conducted for High
include his wife and The 25 students, 4 girls and
On the surface it that
School Students who active appears
one daughter, Mrs. Mary Ziche- And Pre-teen 21 boys, were selected from 342 ly connected with High are School the matter of expense'to the cityin

tellia, both of ,Washington. Four Florida applicants on the basisof
maintaining a day police officer
annuals and She will
grandchildren, one of ,which is Dance Draws Large scholarship, character, ma- papers. prompts the controversyHere
be a member of the Senior Classof
Bobby Kendall of Bunnell, and turity, leadership, independenceof Buimel1'High School next are some figures obtainedat
two great grand children also Crowd Tuesday NiteThe work and thinking and evidence city hall concerning the police
survive., of interest in science. year.
Teen and Pre-Teen danceat 4 department:
.. The students will also have
I the Womans Club
Flagler an opportunity to participate Son The curreiil&: budget for: the
Youth Council Tuesday evening was very successful athletics and recreational facil Mackeys police department is $10,900. Of
with a combine attendance .I On CruiseOf
ities. this amount $3,100.00 is for expenses

Will Recess said of 147, Mrs. Mickey Massie Great Lakes of the tlepartment andthe
Boys Return From remainder" $7,800 is for sal-
The Pre-Teen group drew an Harvel E. Mackey, radarman
For Summer aries. The day man is 'paid
attendance of 43' from 6 to 8:30 4-H Short Course third' class, USN, son of Mr. $3,600 a year and the night man

The Flagler County Youth and the record attendance of 104 and.Mrs. Harvel Mackey of Bun $4,200 a-year. The estimated In.'

Council will recess during, the was on hand for the Teen Dance At University ,, nell, Florida, serving aboard the come for the. department is ,

months of July and August,. Mrs. from 8 to 11:30. Those from Bunnell who motored heavy cruiser USS Macon is par- $5,000.' "

Robert Cook' said today. The Top Ten Tunes were selected to Gainesville last, weekto ticipating in "Operation Inland EIght' months has elapsed in

The Womans Club of Flagler and the* top tune' was visit the Campus during the Seas",' a cruise of 28 United the current budget year.: Here

Beach. sponsors {Teen and Pre- "So Fine"King 4-H Short Course included Mr. States Navy warships to cities are' the figures of expenses of ,
Teen dances each Tuesday eve- and Queen names drawn In the Gre Lakes this summer.
and Mrs. L. W. McMillian, and the department and income for .
ning.during the summer months for next week for,the Teen group daughter, Sue, Lyman Gage, The Navy fleet, which includes that period.Expense other than '
were Eddie Pellicer and Gloria I .I
and was decided to recess the ; Flora' Gage and Emily Gage, destroyers, a heavy, cruiser salaries for eight months

Youth Council dances during the Moore. Tommy Kahlert, Robby Tucker, and an amphibious force of sev- $1,911.12; salaries $5,175, makinga

two months. King and Qeen names drawn Marvin Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. en ships, will visit' 27 cities in total for eight months 708612.
for the Pre-Teens Cheryl
were Clyde Lewis.. Judy Lewis .Mrs. the seven states bordering the Income estimated for year
h," Skolar and Jimmy, :McNab -
Herschel Simpson and sons Ken- Great :Lakes. The ships will $5,000.00. Received for,' eight

neth and Herschel Jr., and,Eddie enter the*Great Lakes on June months $2,310.72.; Thus expenses

FLAGLER, COUNTY'MUNICIPALITIES Pellicer. 25 and return to the Atlantic for eight months- the bud-

GET During the afternoon and eve- Fleet in late"July. get year is $7,086.12 and. income

ning they enjoyed a visit over ,This is the first"e a major $2,310.72. '
the Campus, a program and' fleet has been on the Great In addition to the budget, amount 4

The ,monthly .report of cigarette dinner there. Lakes since the War of 1812. The for the police department

'taxes collected by the State The boys attending the Short entry of .the oceangoing: fleet Gene Barber is paid $50.00 a'

and refunded to" municipalitiesof Course there included" Johnny Is'made possible by the openingof month 'as a special deputy police

Flagler,county is reported by Simpson, David Lewis, Jessie ,the recently completed St. subject to be, called 24 hours a .,:. '

the*State Beverage Commission I Overby, ,Mike McMillan, Jerry Lawrence. Seaway. day. ,He is "also waterworks '. \

which collects the tax. Amounts Burnsed and Edie Pellicer who 4. supt., and supervisor, of city .

I. distributed to the several municipalities I went in the place of,Arthur Carle ORIGIN,,OF 9 SIGN A MYSTERY crews on street, garbage' ,and '

in this county are:* who could 4 not attend. ** ,91gtn.f,the $ sign is a,mystery other work. His base, 'pay is '

Bunnell received 1970.13; The ,Boys '',,were, accompanied I i .. The most widely pted $375.00 ,a month, but with the ';

Flagler Beach' $699.96; Beverly I'there by their Advisor ,County theory Is that it evolved from added police pay it $425.00. .. a'

Beach, ,$87.39; and Marineland,.Agent Howard Taylor.. '. I the Spanish abbreviation* of "Ps"for month. : ,. ;

_$12557., I piasters or the same Mexi The,city's;total ,budget for the

4 Ina thewhole-state" there :was I LESS THAN' HALF,GRADUATE i can ,mymbol ,for pesos. Scholars current :year; "(other than for '

HE'S ,collected*$t,573, 61.31r pf;, ;this On .the average;entering_>class have noted in old manuscripts : bonds) is 9370019.: This, brings '
NOSEY apdarl
... amount$666.317.96.was allocatedto of 200 at the United States CoastGuard that the "s"
mateirota Mbt -.... --t. i graduallycame the, cost of 'pollee 'department ..
rcrto ,...-i.4NN3i( *s.rl1' the state's' general .fund and" Academy at':New London to':be
'watch at'Le III a':-...j... the,, remainder distributed to 1 I Conn., usually fewer than 100 making"av close equivalent. of .Percent"of the total budget for

.' ,1lemaaos, .sItb.'Wis1. .. ,. incorporated towns',and .cities. gradute. I the internationally ,$. mark. S operation of. the city.

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7' r .: : Mr. and Mrs. L B. Waters from Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smith'from I Letter carriers' uniforms 'are-

Winter, Garden accompanied her'I Hawthorne spent Sunday and 50.50'b.1end. of the Union Blue

'f < i ,,3laglerR ch : mother, Mrs. Emmett Robinson and :Monday in their home here. and Confederate Grey.

!f \ : from Seville here to spend /the I _._. S--*

,- weekend with her father, Mrs.' Loqise Spaulding 1 s
LUNA BABBITT ; Robinson.Mr. 1\1r'1 spending this week in the Camp FREE PAINTOne

Telephone HEmlock 9-2098 .' t I bell Cottage here. extra gallon of your choice
with each gallon you buy
and Mrs. Sambo Tilton
FLAGLER .WOMAN'S CLUB I I DAILY 'VACATIONBIBLE.SCHOQL, the parents of a son born'Thurs Mr. and Mrs. Howard Maxwell .Mary Carter Paint Store

Mrs. Reynold Hoover, new I "Tile' Daily Vacation 'Bible day ,June 11th at the Halifax from Calvery, Ga., visited here_ Ormond Beach at Coquina Barn

I' president of the FlaglerVoman's j School started in its second District Hospital in Daytona Thursday with, George Moody. Also Wectgate Shopping.Center
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Club, presided during the business Beach. He weighed 6 pounds "
week record i
Monday with a -
meeting that was held at I djW ounces"Mrs.. Tilton and BUNNElLG
Miss Minnich from
4 the club building last Wednesday : the: son have returned to their home Sally and Nancy Dzioba from 'LODGE No. _200
SaluOa, ,-S. C., ,has been
i morning. principal., ,. here. ,Ormond Beach spent ;Thursdayand F. & A. Me
'. Club activity for the sum I ,Friday here last week with
1.Miss Minnich;; Rev. and Mrs. Meets First and Thud Tuesday
mer months was scheduled and Mrs. 'Leonard their grandmother Mrs. Nettie
_. the new committees for the.year Glenn Taylor are being assisted Moody and Brusich. .. Dean M. Peterson. M.
I daughter Eula Lee accompanied
V :'Elaine Mrs. Wardeen
by Frailey
were named. Mrs W. A. Batten JOHN A. CLEGG. Secy.
Spivey, Mrs. ,A. Burdette; Mrs. George Moody, Sr., to Gaines
( gave the devotional. Open .,. J
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. Thursday business
C Ruth SchatzMrs.. Mary Lowe,
House set' for
was Thursday,
June-18th for all day. Members Mrs. E Ml: Spivey, Mrs. Gene trip. The Bible Says: I
". Mrs.. R. E.- Ford. Mrs. r
and friends ,,are welcome to Spivey TV Bob
bring their'own sewing games.- Clarice Babbitt, Mrs. May Shlll, Mr. ,,and Mrs.j Donald Natwick "But the day of the Lord will

They decided that several of Mrs. W. Aaron, Mrs. E. Golien, from New York State spent several come'as a thief in the night; in
; Mrs. Louella Fleurie here last week.. During which shall SERVICE
the members would sell flagson and Rev. days the heavens, pass away *

*July 4th in place of havinga Reynold Hoover, Pastor of the their stay they bought a with a great noise... .
Methodist Church .here. Fay new home from Robert Danner II Pet. 3:10a" all makes -
been the
, fqod booth as has
Bass is the organist and Barbara on Avalon Street. They planto
custom. Six members' are cooperating
Weaver is ..the' Secretary. return in the fall.: Listen f Sales, Tubes and
for a smorgasbord as

'. their Dollar Dividend Project at I "HEROLD'OF TRUTH" Antenna Installation

r the club on June 25th, Thursday, Mr. and Mrs? John Dostal'and Mrs. Stanley Springer is Over WPDQ, 600.KC 'at 8:30 a.m.
!.. from 6 until 8P., M. The price I daughters from Cleveland arrived tending a School Finance at-I SUNDAY PHONE HE 9-2204 ,

, was set at $1.25 per person and I Sunday to spend two weeks ing in Gainesville this week.Mrs. .
1 t' .' 1 vacation with Mrs. Nettie Bru-
all Dollar Dividend'
Projects are
,'; for the building fund. J sich. Tom Underhill 'from De. I I'

;:, The new committees chairmen Leon Springs spent last week CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
. Mr. and Mrs. J. R.: Walters
were announced by Mrs. Hoover I here in the Bird Cottage on AlA.I
as follows; ,Mrs. Mrytle Streeter,j and son.Robbie are away on two Her house guest was Mrs. Helen
A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director
parliamentarian;; Mrs: Frank J,weeks vacation. They motoredto Peterson from DeLeon Springs.I I,
"- their former: JOHN HARDIN, Associate
home Birmingham "
Brede, .representative to Junior
Woman's*.XUub; ''Mrs. ,Ann Batten .la.,. where they will visit .-... ._ ._. .......... I AIRCONDITIONED OXYGEN
Devotional Chairman; Mrs.t with. .relatives.} :FRED i A.: ]I I I LADY .1. EQUIPPED

, May' Hendren;Cards and Flowers CHAPELSATTENDANT AMBULANCES
; Mrs: Sam 'Novi k, Welfare; Mrs. Reynold Hoover and Mrs. FRuiTsI.1 I I
White Dis I
Jasper attended the
Wilcox Auditor
Mrs. George, ; I Phone ID'7-3532
trict Six Work shop of Woman's DIAMONDS ,
Mrs. Oits Magee; Membership; .

Mrs. '.& .P.. .Fleurie.. Birthday. 'Calendar ,Clubs In.. Crescent City last week.I I..... \NV. I r 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA ..
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I ; Mrs. ,Charles, Charon, and .
t, ,. Mrs.'Paul:, Kelly, Rummage sales; ,
'. I Mrs: R. "L 'McNab, Club ,Rental, a., '" p -
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:Safety and Civil Defense; Mrs. : .n-
,- Thelma 'Crotty;;"'Mrs. E. L. Hart, .' for' this round :" I

;'. and Mrs. M. B.:Fuller: publicity; Nearest: ,Chevy :. W"J<' ,

: Mrs Phil Hester;.Dollar Dividend 1 'O "

I Committee \ the clock the :: (
" Next business meeting will be engine never stops

::; held at the club'on the morning .
of July 12th. .... ( '-( :::
4.. 1- 'At Washington's bustling National : ,. {; i: \
Airport, Allied Aviation
counts its radio- (
Fueling on
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f't" '\. I'" ,and. tank trucks to the right ; < .'
I rYv planes at just the right time. 5I

k.r .-' I Aside from occasional time out ;'.

for the usual service, its Thriftmaster ., .

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been running 24 hours a day for. t.-- ,

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it.b : Breakdowns, go out of style the iJ L ,

day your Chevy goes into action .
awv\ The fact is, Chevrolet trucks ',;,
.i are dead set on dropping the ; ,
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w word "downtime" right out of :_: .
." the English language And they ,;
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t.' rSIGN OF :THE TIMES '. just might, )lif precision engineering <'<:: )

..' Fate warning, hlgbway-drta- ..j and top-quality materials '.} ? --" .
tag dancers Is this sign outside have anything to about !lo -
": Si. Louis near Lambert-St.. -I : say <..: .r?:.?:.: } :> : .
it. Chevy. trucks are put together ? ::: < ::> ;; <: >
'.- Airport.; to stay together-incorporating : ,
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keep. Chevrolet's hard-earned : % % .
LOST reputation for reliability flying .

high. !},.- -'
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Chevrolet advantages is where Y.s: ;. ,<>frrrr

:. ,Many a'good friend .' your dealer comes in. He'll show h wa fi,; 7. r r r1ID 1.- '

; is lost when pals move \....! you, .in feature after: feature, .,y .:'
.. far,apart But Long i 1 ." that you:cant buy more truck: ,r.

k. ; i .' Distance bridges the Jdependability-in any weight. :z -.. ;
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U through the jumble. TU E IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH June.. A. D. 1959. .
Mysterious .Casbah GIVEN that JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 'IN AND RALPH E. HARBERT. an Clerkof
Calm Amidst .Bustle Commissioners FOR FLAGLER COUNTY FLOR- the Circuit Court of Flagjetr
bids on the' 6th IDA IN EQUITY NO. 3743 County. FloridaBy
Is To Here and there are D. 1959 at the hour Audrey B. McKnight
- Giving Way of calm. Three M.- in the office of LOUIS OSSINSKY. S1:.. Deputy Cleric.
oases e Circuit Court In as Trustee. (Circuit Court Seal) -
fig trees bend quitely over Court House OSSINSKY & KROL
ApartmentsIn : Solicitors for Plaintiff
in the Cemetery of the pine lumber rough ,vs. 411 Main Street

few invitationto of I x 10 Inch x 16 ESPOSITO and COMPANY. Daytona Beach Florida
a : years, an ses. At the'end .an
an Illinois corporation. June 11-18-25 & July 2-itc
the Casbah may evoke no rises -18th.century x 10 inch x 20 i Defendant.
more mystery than an offer of palace, .housing' the Inch x. 8 Inch x 20 NOTICE TO ANSWER APPEAR ..a FLAGLKR COUNTY. FLORIDA IN

a Sunday stroll in a park.. Library 'and a collection of Inch x 8 inch x 16 I IN THE AND NAME' OF THE STATEOF II FRANCIS CHANCERY SASSANO NO. 3744., .

The labyrinthine native bound iluminated Turkish ,FLORIDA. Plaintiff.
quar- -
inch x 8 Inch "x 12
ter- of Algiers is being ,demolished Arabian manuscripts. t an Illinois corporation" I ,VS. -
You are hereby notified that a I
and replaced with modem 'In the past, French police pine lumber for suit has been brought against you Defendant

apartment buildings, the National dom penetrated the Casbah inch on x two 6 inch sides x 20' in County the Circuit Florida,Court in equity of Flagler by 'I I STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA DEFENDTHE TO:

Geographic Society says. How LOUIS OSSINSKY. SR. as Trustee, :Mary M. Sassano
less crime oc
a major 153-18 88th Street
I inch 8 Inch 20 Plaintiff and you are hereby required -
x x .
ever buildings with special his- Jamaica. New York
Two years ago, French to file by your Attorney
with the Clerk of said Court You are hereby notified that a.
torical architectural interest Inch x 6 Inch x 16 your
I ,
ties cordoned off the district written defenses if any. to the Bill suit has been filed against you in

will be preserved. : searched for terrolsts Inch x 8 Itch x 16 in Equity in said suit on or be- the above entitled cause; and you
are hereby required to. file your
fore the 13th day of July A. D.
The district, immortalized in; hiding there. Although Inch x 10 Inch x 16 1959 and also to serve a copy of answer with the Clerk of this

films by the fictional Pepe le: suspects'were,arrested, it is to be ordered, and. OSSINSKY your written& defenses KROL. Solicitors upon Messrs.for Court upon the and plaintiff to serve or a plaintiffs copy thereof attorney .

r Moko! teems with some 80,000! more were missed. .The needed. Plaintiff, at their office at ill Is whose name and address
11Y the right to Main Street. Daytona Beach, Florida
S residents. 'Many of them will I has devious hiding all bids. : on or before the 13th day of W. Cecil Grant

(". move to a new housing project i .Florida this I July A. D. 1959 as requjred by the 407% Main St. .
below well above
I as as A. D. 1959. Florida Equity Rules and herein Daytona Beach. Floridanot
.!, in the Climat de France, a valley Chairman fall not or Decree Pro Confessoand later than July 14th. A. 'D..
A casual visitor, 'Final Decree will be entered 1959.If.
west of the Casbah. About: should. have 'little' difficulty HARBERT.. Clerk. against you by default. you fall to do so decree pro

25,000 persons will ,remain in :I That the name of the Court in confesso will be entered against
finding his'way through which said suit has been institutedis for the relief demanded in the bill
l renovated quarter. I < OF THE COUNTY the Circuit Court Seventh Judi- of complaint. The nature, of said
: :. maze. All one has to do is COUNTY, cial Circuit. In and for Flagler suit being.for Divorce.
Dork. Twisting Alley. j I descending and eventually I County. Florida and that the title WITNESS my hand and. seal of
out OF of said cause is as hereinabove set said Court this 9th day of JuneA.
The will
razing be carried !I merge into the European GLAS ._ forth. D., 1959.Official .

gradually over a period of several of the I Deceased You are further notified that the ( Seal)
I OF PROBATE nature of. said suit is to foreclosea RALPH E. HARBERT
years. In the meantime, f INTERESTED certain Mortgage on the follow- Clerk of said Circuit Court

/ romantic visitors will be able I OF SAID DE ing described property to-wit: June ,11-18-25 & July 2-Itc
For peak flavor, remove Being'a part of Section Forty

'i to absorb atmosphere St1y notified that a (40). Township Ten (10) South.. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND .
froljl the refrigerator half i Range Thirty-one (31) East and FOR
unromantio in
the of
F I' tangle and testament of more particularly described as IDA. IN CHANCERY NO.
t. dark, winding steps and alleys hour before serving it. I has been admitted follows: CITIZENS BANK OF BUNNELU-

... ._ . . ._. court. You are .Beginning at a concrete.monument 'Plaintiffvs :
that twist downhill from the old within six cal- where
. . . marking a point -
\ fortress which the Casbah \. I the date of the the Easterly boundary of the BART CAVANNA and wife ANN
gave 0.'F. ALFORD of this notice to Five hundred (500) foot right- CA VANNA.'

;x':;-. its name.; Registered I court and show of-way of the Florida Intra- Defendants.
you can, why the coastal Waterway Intersects the NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Once the principal nest.. of I i ilhume1L court in admitting South line of Township Ten (10)
Real Estate : should not South Range Thirty-one (31) MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE
Barbary the fortress has
L t. been converted into a museum. : and running STATE OF FLORIDA ,
FloridaIN 'I
DEEN Twenty-six degrees retfrence.1 TO: BART CA V ANNA
.' . . . . wife
There .
on April 30, 1827, the JUDGE utes Seventeen seconds ANN CAVANNA
.. . .. . .. ...... FLORIDA
I long the Easterly 72 Walnut Street
ruling Dey Hussein supposedly THE CIRCUIT COURT' May 28. 1959. boundary of the Florida Intra- East Hartford. Connecticut

/'. struck the French consul withhis FLAGLER COUNTY, 4-11-18-4tc coastal Waterway, a distance of You Bart Cavanna and wife Ann
CHANCERY NO. S737 -- One thousand Four hundred Cavanna, are hereby notified thata
fly whisk setting off the HENRY PRAUU JUDGE'S COURT Thirty-one and Fifty-seven hundredths Bill of Complaint to foreclose a

French of Plaintiff. COUNTY (1431.57) feet; thence. certain mortgage on the following
conquest Algeria and -
vs. North 'Seventeen degrees Ten described property to-wit:
,writing the end of to Turkish MARY T. PRAUI.Defendant. V minutes and Eleven seconds Being a part of section ((),.
GLASS West along the said Easterly Township 10 South Range 31:
t rule. ,> NOTICE TO DEFEND right-of-way boundary, a distance East described as Lot 26 of
THE STATE OF FLORIDA.. CREDITORS of One hundred Ninetysixand Magnolia Manor Subdivision and.
c The Casbah spreads in a Mary T. Praul of the estate of Forty nine hundredths. more particularly described as.

t wedge from the, fort at its tip: Address Unknown herby notified GLASS and (196.49) feet to the point of beginning follows: Beginning at, the Southeasterly .-
of this .
4 You are hereby notified description; corner of the said Sec-
< 'The narrow passageways 'were suit has been filed against any claims or de thence North Seventeen degrees tion 40. Township 10 South
In the above entitled cause: they may have a- Ten minutes Eleven seconds Range 31 East, as a point of-:
built for walkers not vehicles. in the' office of West along the said Easterly
you are hereby required to I reference and running thence
: \ In some places, three men can- your answer with the of Flagler Coun- boundary of the Florida Intra- North 10.57'45"kWest.along the-
the courthouse at
this Court and to coastal Waterway, a distance of
\ J serve a Easterly boundary _of the said.
not walk abreast. There' are- thereon-upon the plaintiff. or ., within eight cal- One-hundred .Five--.and Three Section 40. a distance of 1805.98.
tiffs attorney, whose name from, the date. of hundredtha (105.03) ,feet; thence feet, to the Southeasterly corner
many blind alleys.- address is: of this notice. North Forty-nine degrees Eight of :Magnolia Manor Subdivision:.
demand 'must be
Samuel V.. Holch. minutes Twenty-four seconds thence South 89* II' West along
:, The cube-shaped, flat roofed Highway 17 must state the place. East a distance of One thousand the Southerly boundary of Mag.
P. O. Box 471 nd post-office ad- Three and Seventeen hun- nolia
houses lean toward each other must be Manor Subdivision a dis
East Palatka. Florida 'and dreths (1003.17) feet to an: Intersection tance of 740.86 feet thence
leaving a. thin, strip of blue sky not later than July 6. A. D. I claimant his will a-I' with the Westerly North 19.57'45West, a: distance.
i'N ,It
visible above the Someof If ,you fail to do co. decree law. right-of-way boundary' of State I of 186.97 feet to the Southeasterly -
confesso will be entered D. Road No. 140: thence Southerly -, corner of the said Lot 2Gand
the''overhangs touch, con- you for the ,relief demanded in day of. May A. along a Six degree Fifty-five. said point being the point.
bill of complaint. The I minute curve ta the left a distance of beginning of this description
verting lanes into dark tunnels. ;
said suit being for Divorce. of Last 'Will & of Ninety-seven and thence South 53-04'48. West a..
The doors of heavy carved WITNESS my hand and of Thomas Ruther- Twenty-three hundreths (97.23) distance of 230.43 feet to the-
said Court this 2nd. day of feet: thence South Forty-nine Easterly boundary of, the 100J
wood, studded with ''n ils. Thereare A.' D. 1959.Official : May %8, 1959. degrees Eight minutes Twenty- foot right-of-way of State Roads
( Seal) 4-1l-18--4tc four seconds West a distance of No. A1A thence North 52'58'il"West
a few small, grated windows. RALPH E. HARBERT. -- One thousand Thirty-two and along the said Easterly

Passersby cannot see in. Clerk of said Circuit COURT OF Seventeen hundredths (1032.17) right-of-way boundary' on a 2-
June 41118tc feet, to the of
point beginningof
", FLORIDA,, .IN to the left a distance -
;,.r. The''district bustles 'with. life. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 3742. tains this 2.1 description.acres. Parcel con- 3553'36'Vest.of 65.88 feet thence North
along said East-
Men .drink.mint tea in Moorish FLAGLER COUNTY, Plaintiff The above description' is in erly right-of-way boundary a
CHANCERY NO. 3738 accorduce with survey made dl8tnceof 59.79 feet thence
cafes; ,aged wood merchants GEORGE: FREDERICK by D. D.' Moody. Registered Sur- NortheJK04J)3" East a;distance

splinter their wares with curved 'Plaintiff s Defendant veyor No. 261. ,during the monthof ?! 51.67 feet: thence South
vs. June A. D. 1946. and
TO DEFEND bearing 1957'45 East. a distance of 50
cleavers; open-air meat and EILEEN TUTTLE WILKENS FLORIDA. TO: are referred' to the True Me- ffe eeDto the point of beginning
Defendant ri .
fruit stands clutter the streets; NOTICE TO DEFEND Boulevard Being a part of Section Forty Being "a: part of .Section 40

veiled women in long white THE STATE OF FLORIDA. I L. I., New York (40), Township Ten (10) South. Township 10 South \. '31,
Eileen Tuttle Wllkens 1 notified that a Range Thirty-one (31) East and feast and, described -'as Lots X.

.robes pick their way deftly You Address Unknown '! filed against you more particularly. described. 'as 2, and 3 according to an unrecorded ,-
---. ", are hereby notified entitled cause; and follows: plat of Magnolia MamnSubdivislon -
suit has been filed against : required to file Beginning a concrete monu- I and & _
THE' OUTBOARDER the above entitled cause; and I \ the Clerk of this ment marking'', a point 'where larly described as follows Beginning
are hereby required to file serve a copy there the Easterly boundary of the at the Southeasterly
answer with the Clerk of i Five hundred (500) foot 'right-
Authorized Evlnrude, :Dealer or plaintiff's corner of Section 40. Township-
Court and to serve a copy name and address of-way of the Florida Intra- 10 South. Range 31 East
as a
.BOATS ACCESSORIESREPAIRS upon the plaintiff or i coastal Waterway intersects the point of reference and
., torney whose. name and Grant South line of Township Ten (10) thence North 19.67'45Veat..
Dockage Storage Free Ramp
Is ,
: St. South. 'Range Thirty-one (31) along the Easterly boundary
WE FINANCE Ray Selden Beach. Florida East, as a point of reference said Section 40. a distanced of of

825 Ballough+ Rd-Daytoaa Selden Building July 10th A. D. and running thence North 2373.35 feet. .; thence South 7101'-.
Daytona Beach. Florida i Twenty-six Degrees Sixteen 03- .We.t- along the
not later than July 3. .A. D.. 1 do so decree pro minutes Seventeen seconds West boundary of Magnolia Southerly Road.
If fail to do decree along the Easterly right-of-way
you so. be entered against distance' of .110 feet to the
:, REFINANCE YOUR DEBTSWith confesso will be entered I I demanded In the boundary the Florida Intra- -i Northeasterly corner of ,the said ,
you for the relief demanded The nature of coastal Waterway, a distance of Lot 31. and said point
.-' a Long Term bill of complaint. The for Divorce. One thousand Four hundred the point of beginning of belngr this;

said suit being for Divorce. hand and .seal of- Thirty-one and Fifty- seven description; thence continuing'South
FEDERAL WITNESS my hand and hundred (1431.57) feet; .
LAND 8th day June A. D., 71'04'03 West
BANK along the
said Court this 2nd day of thence. North Seventeen degrees north line of Lots 2 and
A. D. 1959. v Ten minutes Eleven seconds distance of 173.86 feet to
FARM.LQAN (Official Seal) HARBERT \ West along the said Easterly h Northeaster an In-
,RALPH E. HARBERT said Circuit,Court right-of-way boundary a distance lyreebcoundaryt the 100
Clerk of said Circuit of Three hundred One and foot
R. W. BRTAN July 2--Itc right-of-way of State Road AlA;
June 4-11-18-Z5-4tc Fifty-two hundredths (301.52) thence South 38849'00Ea8t.
-t Production. Credit Ann.WedaesdsTlOrOO -- I .... COURT OF feet to the point of beginningof long the said Northeaterlyrightrofway a--
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT I / FLORIDA IN. this description: thence North boundary
a distance -
FLAGLER COUNTY. I 3727 Seventeen degrees Ten minutes of 15.43 feet: thence South
FALATKA CHANCERY NO. 872 I Eleven seconds West, along the 35-53'36. East along said North-
t. ELIZABETH' BETTY. LONG Plaintiff. said Easterly boundary of the easterly right-of-way boundary. .
Plaintiff Florida Intracoastal Waterway a distance of 40.21 feet to the
vs. a distance of One hundred five southerly boundary
of said
f PATRICK HENRY 'LONG. Defentant, and two hundredths (105.02): 1; thence North 71- Lot
...f #)feDd&Dt. TO DEFEND feet: thence. North Forty-nine a distance of 141.67 feet East
: mtr ils ,gltr' IJ lhtulrf NOTICE 4ftt"'IND! FLORIDA. TO: ,degrees Eight minutes Twenty- Southeasterly corner of Lot the J-
I THE STATE O!';S1.ORIDA. four seconds East a distance oft thence North W57'45'
Patrick Henry 'Long. Nine hundred Eighty-five and West a
I 24th Street. distance of 100 feet to the point
LIa. FLORIDA 41S4 Rldge'Park1ltay 2G Fifty-one hundredths (985.51) beginning of this description
t': Erie.. Pennsylvania 'City New York feet to ,the Intersection with An bearings refer to the True
You are, hereby notified notified that a the Westerly right-of-way boun- Meridian.: -
t __ suit. has been filed against filed against you in dary of State Road No. 140; I. has been filed against
MRS. M. 1# FULLER. 'Editor the above entitled and you and
e i', ., cause; cause; and you thence Southerly along a Six you are required to serve a
are hereby required to file to file your degree Fifty-five minute curve of cooy.iyou.rAn8Wer
\ .... answer with the Clerk of the Clerk of this 'to the left a distance of Ninety- Bill of Complaint or on Pleadings the to the-
De.I.oa..talfler ..."etds.x Court and to serve a copy a copy thereof nine and Forty-two hundredths H. T. plalntifTat
upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs at-! (99.42)'feet: thence. South Forty- Building Florida andfle
or .
,,,: ...-... w.....* '.* hl.eise torney, whose name and name and address nine degrees Eight minutes I. the original Bunnell.Answer or Pleading im

c.-t7. ...... ..-; thsd.as IK"W.. Cecil Twenty-four seconds West a. the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
Grant'4O74Main Hawkins distance of One thousand Three cuit Court
;? 4 tits I .State ., ........ St- Rldgewooa Avenue. and Seventeen hundredths day of July on 1959.or before If the fall 13th
you to
," Daytona Beach. Floridanot Beach. Florida '(1003.17) feet to the point of beginning do so. Judgment by default will be
later than June 27th June, 26th -A.. D.. of this description.- taken against you for the relief
: .... 195,. cel contains 2.1 acres. demanded
EateN, sus ...- a.tlss. In.the Bill of Complaint
o If you fall to do so. do so. decree pro The above description is in accordance This: notice shall be ,
;. y fi .....t .. ..1..... confesso will be entered, be entered against with a curvey made by each week for four,published'once

: .t D.a.ell .-...-.....' .. sat SI you, for' the relief';demanded II demanded in the" D. D. Moody.. Registered Surveyor weeks" In The Flakier consecutive Tribune-
: -.' .!: S!. bill ,of complaint The .. The. nature' of No. 261. during the monthof 'S0 at 'B1m-
]iueb .. lia LOne said ';Divorce. for Divorce. .Tune.A 1946. and bearings ? FortdaDthrsR9thRday of .JUDeun -
'.:, !s... WITNESS. my hand and hand,'and seal of are referred to ,the True ''Me ,.
said Court this'20th.day May -
.. 20th day of Hay ridian. : RALPH E. HARBERT '
u..:.{ 1959. and for relief more fully set forth "
: of the
I Circuit
:'2.$ Court
; rear
f (Official Seal) } in the Bill of Equity. Flakier 'County. Florida
; ff\Tf .lDOIat.. -- ajllir RALPH E. HARBERT HARBERT WITNESS my hand and official Circuit Court Seal)
\ ; ._ ...\ Clerk of said Circuit Said Court seal of office in Bunnell. Flagler I H. T. Cook. Attorney for Plaintiff
: J//May 2t. June, 4-11-13-4tcV. '. ,4-11-1I-4tc\: county, ,Florida this 8th day of_ June 11-11-25- A.. -July 2.-.Itc "

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f.j4"':" Information..... .J: -' 1 riage'wl1l' f{still' ',end '; .b'J: [WU: 's or dependent{ husband's I the representative ,at the.court.j rich,. sweet .dessert 7"T--r---wines,''chiefly -
fo.f (Co'
( .*:' Under 'present' 'law, "' benefits without:having'-to"wait house here.. i iI to Scandln t_,, v'( ",.. <' :.,,
:ent's or survivor's social security. three years as required before: '5I { -

(> Social Security. 1'benefit payment will, not stop if I the .1958 amendments., For example -I OLD WINE INDUSTRY, ,
Transpfar ted Cretan "vinesstarted" (.4. .t:. ., .. "
: he ,or she marries another per a woman::receiving widow's -I
t : BeneficiariesThe son who is also receiving social I benefits, who is, age 62 or 'tl e'wine Industry'on Draglining
I Maderia five centuries'ago.. NowPortugal's
security payments as a dependent over could marry a retired,man
F The recent changes in the Social I I i iI ,subtropical island off
or'survivor. For example a receiving old-age benefits and Bulldozing
t. Security' Act now make it the African coast: annually ex-
I I Woman.receiving widow's, bene-I, be immediately eligible forwife's .
f possible to continue payments to !I, ports'' nearly 3 million quarts of ( .
[ benefits based her
social, seurity beneficiaries: j jf receiving, :
some j' Land
dependent parent's benefitsor new husband's social security Clearing
who other r ,
: marry
widower's benefits. account. RCA VICTOR
according to M. D. Eadie, district !I .
manager of the Daytona Beach Marriage to a person who is For further information regarding 11 I I LIVING COLOR TV Grading

social security office. not receiving social security the efect of marriage to '"LOOK IN THE FOR THE DWUptESouthem :; '

. : Eadie that' before the benets ,will end' the benefit social security benefits, Radio & Television P. EDMONSON" .
F' says rights of- a dependent or survivor your social security office contact.. 226 E. Granada Ph. OR 7-2001 Phone IDlewood 7-3376 '
1958 amendments, if a person .
beneficiary., If the marriageof Bay St., Daytona Beach, ORMONt .I
benefit as a
i. receiving payments
a dependent or survivor beneficiary -
; dependent or survivor of an In.
F f : sured worker married, his or her;. is to someone entitled to

r payments law as had amended to be terminated.The in'1958, removes Ii tired social or security disabled, benefits worker as.a, he re-or. F. AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I I I

some of the restrictions; I I I she, if of retirement age, may
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!; weekend for "fcowey In The Hills I Brazil's Kraho Indians run I Archeologists working on the
where he, will attend the sum Dead Sea Scrolls 'have explored
ceremonial relay races ,carrying I
I mer session of The Howey A. 111 scroll bearing caves near the
palm logs weighing from 20 to
II cademy. I Qumran ruins in Jordan. Manu-

LOCALS I I 200 pounds. Frequenty the heavy I scripts and fragments examined

I Miss Polly Cantrell of Orlando I flogs[ are dragged by two bear .ito date comprise some 600 different

I spent the past weekend here I ers. The curious sport is hemi- I works, including every
i visiting with friends and rela- ||I religious. It is.practiced on holiIda's Old Testament book except
KENNY GORDON JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB I II fives I I and at the end of hunts. I Esther. .
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TUESDAY.AFTERNOON I Recently installed officers of 1: Mrs. George Buckman and I ,
'children of White Lake, Wis.,
the Junior Woman Club are I
Mrs. C. H. Gordon entertain. I
are spending two weeks here RESTAURANTWill
ed with a birthday party Tuesday President, Mrs. Anita Gomes; t
afternoon at her 'home Vice president, Mrs. Charlie visiting with 'Mrs. Buckman'smother

North Orange Street, honoringher Mathews; Recording secretary, Mrs. Naomi Hosford. \ ..
son, Kenny, who celebratedhis Mrs. Carolyn. Boatright; Corresponding Be Open On Sundays
secretary, Mrs. Betty Raphael,Sturman left Tuesday,
eighth birthday anniversary.
Joan morning for New York City ,on
Miller Treasurer, Mrs.
Featured entertainment was ; II
Arnold.J a business trip. While there, 'During June, July and August '
, baseball
a numbered toy game and
and favors were\assorted The installation f was at the I he' will also, visit with his, son I l

Pi. home of Mrs. Lorna Gallowayand j and daughter in law, Dr. and Regular Hours 6:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M.
Sturman of East .
toys.Mrs. William
Gordon served ice cream Mrs. Marie Brede was installing .M/s. e .
and punch with. birthday caketo officer. Punch and cake Orange, N. J. -
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served. On his return home he will
twelve of Kenny's young was Mrs. Byron Hin-j --
be accompanied by his grandson,
friends who enjoyed the occasion son was a guest. j I
.' with him. : Ir i Bill Sturman, who will spend You Are Invited to the

.. Guests of Mrs. Harold .Emery;j the summer vacation with, him.
'r: Guests ,of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. at Espanola include her son in ,
., Mercer during the past weekend law and. daughter, M/Sgt ,and,I Dr. and Mrs. Dave Biddle of DAYTONA BEACH

were their daughter, Mrs. L. M. Mrs. William :Patrick and children ,Albuquerque,. New Mexico' are
y' of Homestead, 'Florida who spending several days!! here. with
Lyons and daughter, Nancy, of
.' Jacksonville and, their son are spending their furlough here their brother and sister in law A Dp A "the world's mostJHlmbfl
and in Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. George Biddle. They
Lamar,Mercer of Orlando. 'famous"each"
will also visit 'in Green Cove

Mrs. George Allen Sr., and Mrs. Barbara Cody is a patient Springs with Mr. and Mrs. Jim EVERYDAY

, Mrs. Edith Allen are spending in the Flagler Hospital' An St. Biddle. '

;'. two weeks in Jefferson City, Mo., Augustine where she is receiving .
Coach Edward D. Mathews ot .df
' medical treatment. -
.} visiting with Paul Choate and
Bunnell High School Faculty has FUN'
:Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Choate and ,
family. Miss Diane McKnight has re resigned ,as coach and instructor !
turned to her home here from of social studies, to accept a position LUL'. FILLED!

' Mrs. Carolyn Mercer has returned College in Pittsburg, Pa:, for her as instructor: of physical '. -
l' to her home here from summer vacation.! She plans to education at the. University of 3BIGDAYS'.t

f.: the Flagler Hospital in St.. Augr attend' the'summer session at II Florida in Gainesville. .
Stetson University in DeLand. Mr. and Mrs.: Mathews ,and
i ustine where she received medical .
1 treatment for, several days.I I little son, Matt.left this week Value Filled ,
r for Gainesville'where they'will
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Caudill I .
"- reside. You'll never find better values anywhere. No where
Mr. and Mrs., Walter Morris and chldren have returned to matter you stay,
I normotter what YOU buy, you'll never be nearer BIGGER.SAVINGS.
are spending.this .week'in.'Glas their home in .Elizabethton, _
gowKy.; ., visiting 'with his par- Tenn,. after, ia visit here"with Mrs. ;Raymond Smith has' returned -
f ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Morris.I their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. to her home here from
the in St. Augustine .
t They will be accompanied home E. Holden and in Ormond Beach Flagler Hospital

f... by their 'son, ,Randy, 'who has i with their, )Brother ;In law, and ,where, she recently underwent 9y9

.:. '. visited there ,for'ten days. I sister, .Mr and ,'Mrs. Sam Black. I I surgery._ 0 oJ

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l: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Creal

and family have moved into

BRANNAM'SFood their' new home on South Stone MONDAY June 22, :
Street. ,
: '
June 23

Market John Rice is a patient in the WEDNESDAY June 24

Flagler Clinic and Hospital tYLET6t

where he is receiving medical

t, Your A&W Store treatment. GO ,

1 19 N. Phone ID ?7-3496 CTO and Mrs. Robert French

and three children, arrived
; Thursday from Washington, D.
Red & White Bordens.. Carnation and Pet,, c., for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. !!R ti'i''NS''.$ 1

t.T. MILK '3 :.39: I Walter'Knight, and Mr.,and Mrs. I Y :

4 t 1r Tommy Durrance. .

i I JoAnn Morris is, attending a
Swift Premium .. -- .;-v twirling Camp Koshare in Eustis
CHUCK( ROAST .:1., 49C I for two weeks. JoAnn is Field V

'Jr'. <..i Major for The Bunnell Band.
f'.: Sweet' HasherBACON ,SLICED. ,CELO s .rt ,-.,' : :. .. 'I, t !
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:''"J': .lb.- 39. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray
*-:* Carle for a two weeks visit
Small'& '&&'** ** .
Meaty .
? We extend
to and the
V" :_ Mrs. Carle's brother in law and you entire -
SPARERIBS ." .?, 39C sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cole family a cordial 'BIG '1;J
... :* ;'"'V :- \ :j' '..: man and two children and her
\ Armour Stair. Cello PakFRANKS -' WEEKEND Invitation a ,
.' <:; '. :' ,. mother, Mrs. Dorothy Shephardof
:"'1 :, 55e Martins Ferry, Ohio. "PLEASURE PACKAGE" fort'::-- ,
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... all to enjoy.. Moderate family <': .. .
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Bed & White -*' -, -'; .., Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Church and rates for accommodations'

t.i..'. MAYONNAISE; -,;:. 49C children have returned' to their (Mainland Motels); store after -
,: quart. .. home here after a,short vacationin
.Miami last ,week. store full! of value-packed

"' ;. first class merchandise (not 74'
i FROZEN. ..FOODS- ..... .
LEMONADE' 1099 = as their guests three day this choose from; entertainment in ,
week their and his family
: .. '
7> \ all, shopping'areas., most of, it :
f-': Pet-Rit:' Large',8 IB. : '' I Mr., and Mrs., Lloyd Wind- .
COCOAKUT' ',CTTSTARP ,or:OJ7EGG'CUSTABD ham and two' children of FREE!
It t, 'PIF 7 "p. ,:" 49 Chicago. .
Gifts for many fun for all ., ,
.t.' ... CARD.OF: THANKS Itfc a ,cool cool "splosh into
> I would like to, take this "
h pde CRslsiSU opportunity ..5wmmer.. .
I. .' tothAnku my many t r {

(?:,. ..'. :tr : .... : ". 5 ,.39'; friends who gave'.blood and to fH9 rZ\
'>- 'Limit .Pto M' Sr pov -xwith, .. > S5JM... .dir. those who offered,. to Mrs. John
.[:. ':",- .,:_.-.< :;. "" .y;.Of .--- 1\; Hardin who''was with me thru RETAIL MERCHANTS

[[!: \: Bollard my recent-'operation to those .
FiltetafrBISCDI CAJOlED Grater :
: who .called,. sent flowers, cards Dcrytona Beach Area .'
".U :' '.: ;: r and ,visits., To, these friends .I "
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I" t' ,? ? 25Co 'PijUMjUecfc sera P HM Port 0.... "
will be
h :; I' .. Mrs ever:Raymond gratefuL;;S. Smith -..:,.. .. HOr r.. ..."bn- W- I.....ec.'. i b.f :.

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",.: PAGE six THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL. FLORiDA. Thursday, June '18, 1959Recommends

F. ,

lii/ ,. 'I| THE BAFFLES "Mahoney I
r ,
;. ,
f1 r-,. .1 LETTERS TO
ka L: Polio, Shots For

fy F'" Those Under' 30 EVEN HAIR NOTICE STYLING.X .MY.NEW !I .. ,

eL I -I I II
to figures released
According .
i:' -- by the national office of Vital Three Rivers Mich.:I.I munity.
f almost June 8, 1959 Will you kindly change. our
: :. Statistics, polio cases are
if. twice as prevalent this year as To The Flagler Tribune* mailing address from Rt. 2, Three

.>i ." last. This is attributedto, a letdown Bunnell, Florida Rivers Mich., To, FI gler Beach,

t:' : in immunizations. We* be. Dear Sir; Florida.

r.-: lIeve that the people of Flagler : ,ti '. As 'we have sold out, Lock ,Martin H. Fuelling.
if County may well have the state Stock, ,and Barrell, we are leaving 'i
," in percentage of immunizationsand .for Flagler'Beach. Monday i I Editors Note:
I Mr. and Mrs. Fuelling spent
f ', I June 15.
to date there have been nor
; the past.winter in Flagler Beach
!', I cases reported, Dr. James R. Say- We expect to stay with our i
I I returning to their home in Mich-
;:. \ era,.director of the Flagler Coun HAVE TOO!AND I>A SURE GLAD Uncle, Howard J. Wisehaupt,
. I'
. at Easter time to make
P'Ot'IYTA' L! 'igan
Health Dept. said today. until we find a Home that'suitsus
:: ty I plans for their return to Flagler
then we expect to be perm- 1 I
t "However, it is strongly recommended enent Members of your Com I iBeach.INSHEStay I '
f' that all persons under -
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b. 30 years of age be immunized

(those that have notes been or & Assured
Insured Rest
. those who need boosters in the
event that more' than two years J

have elapsed since immunization '' GET THE'BEST PROTECTION FROMH.

,.t' he continued.

"We.have let down, markedly T. COOK AGENCY .

': on- typhoid immunizations 'in -
I ". :the last few years, due to the Citizens Bank Bldg.. Bunnell, Florida
", rarity of the .disease Since bet

ter sanitary control of water, State Chamber of Commerce re
milk and food supplies,has been Average ValueOf ports. Lands planted to groves,
established. crops, forests and parcels used FOR ALL HOU -DAY OR NIGHF

Farms Given for pasture or lying fallow are ..
"We should remember that
. I I covered by the total. AMBULANCE
many of us have no im '
The Florida farm hasa Florida ranks in 12th posltiQn PHONE 4.1625
munity and are subject to In. average VAlley
fection in the event of exposure. I market value today of about in per acre value of $188) the SERVICE
highest values being in the ST. AUGUSTINE'FLORIDA
i Such exposure may come from I$60,000 and is 318 acres in size. '

travel in areas of, poor sanitation !Buildings and dwellings account small northeastern states where Never be hesitant about calling a Garda Ambulance. We i
for some 411,000 of the value of the population push has distorted -,
or a break down in our
service with promptness, safety and
values considerably. Duringthe are always at your ,
sanitation. It is safe to be im the average'farm.. .
munized. The total worth of all farmsin past year the per acre value xperi wi cv .
vFlorida's increased i ,
of Florida farms '
the state is $3,421,000,000, Including With Reiutitator and Inhalalor .
forest industries inane $736,000.000 for dwell.. $25, or 15 per cent, the highest Equipped Oxygen

facture nearly $368 million worth ings and buildings,' the Florida gain in the nation and almost Garcia Funeral Home .
,double the national average rate. ,,
,. of products ,annually. *
' RESOLUTION.-ON' THE'' DEATH P P. E GARCIA, Licensed Funeial Director

OF DORA MOODY JOINER" Statue of Liberty was erected LADT,ASSISTANT
I "At the end of the in 1886. )
: CLASSIFIEDADS! of life winding path I 4 ,

I A gate swings open wide ," -
i And there in the dust .j
As the- twilight falls, We'egot/tf 'i :

r lattga uai.r .tkla heaelB ..r.f A traveler steps inside. '.'
ecBt. par wei* each lwrtl a. ,
We know that the shadows
BO ccBts ,IB minimum ey.rge beyond
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Lies the peaceful City of God ,
pickup. Fair condition Call ID
Beyond the purpling west
73694. June 18-Itp. Where our Loved One has found I

\' Will- Trade old electric refrigerator rest. 252ZMORFMPCI s' i.:: T'E
:, .
{ for any,old beat'up luggage WHEREAS: We are'very grate :

:t 1 trailer. See refrigerator at Chen- ful to our Heavenly Father for .
his love ,and care over our family ;"
., olet on AlA', one mile'south of .
pier Flagler Beach. 5.18-Up this year, we bow our headsin \ ..
humble, submission when he -
FOB SALE=1956 Dodge, 6 cylInder found fit 'to call to, his Heavenly : ',

pickup. 16,600 actual miles, home our Beloved Sister, Dora ..

; 6 ply tires on back and all ,tires Moody Joiner, loved by all, so
t" are in good condition. Priced at faithful kind and true. .

$650. Contact .P. P. Pellicer, on WHEREAS: Sister Dora Moody I
" Road 305.' June 18-25-2tp Joiner departed from this life ,

,\. FOR SALE-35 ,foot Continental on June Second.1959, we submitto ..
: pie wisdom and will of our
trailer. 2 'bedrooms bath excel. I .
lent condition $15 00.00. Clyde Father. .
_. Duensing, Box 544, FlaglerBeach, Be it resolved that we have ". {:
\ Florida. June '11 2tp sustained a great loss and our .- '.., 'j1"
hearts are filled with sorrow.. ,; !.
;:" SEPTIC TANK cleaning 'reason- Be it Further Resolved that ""...."..'t .

able rates. George -Jarosz, Phone these resolutions"*be spread on, ri :' '" >:> E
,; J" ,
ID 73410. 5 28.11 5 tc minute book sent '
; our a copy <.
the *
Uodspeu smooth st:
to her family and to the Flagler :: ." pickup'ride mid 25.2% better'gas ., {. "
mileage-the '59 Ford Stylesidel t,-,4j ,
Tribune for
IF YOU CANNOT publication.Seal 59 FORD SIX ... .:. : ,, : :* : ".
Give full time we have Just ( ) :' > '> ;. # ';,:':;:. .
the thing ;you need. Sell AVON '
:' Cosmetics. .Write NOW Mrs.J. .. Lydia SmithWanda

;Florida. Milantch..for ,Box appointment.246. Lockhart.. I Martha'Mercer Mercer : WINNER OF ECONOMY SHOWDOWN .USA I 'ht I

:.. FOR SALE=on, water front lot ,t.. >*
}:" new bedroom house on Lan. TOUR CLOSEST OUTLETFor .Now! Certified results of the big .-. ';.:.
!' r ,tana Street 'in Venice Park two Quality Furniture 42.6%more mpg than Make"0" AI tests gest comparison tests of truck gas e: 1
', full baths, large ,living room, -We're Out of the 31.1% more mpg than Make "," n.d.d d.1 nAIls mileage ever made by an independent : 't\ I
District" 25.2%more than Make"C" research company! '59 Ford i ," f ,
Bight Rent CERTIFIED ;
dinette, kitchen with GE built 22.0<%< more mpg than Make"5" Sixesbeatevcryotermkedeliv9.6 -- >,_. ;=-4 -.
'.' ,in equipment and' wall refriger CHRIS'S FURNITURE %more mpg than Make"G" t1 AjMfks forMMstMM Bred 25.2%more miles per gallon : .

; ''ator, Florida room with,fireplace 1660 Rldcew..4 Are. Hong Hill standard six- nsMrdt.. ".,.".'.h...liw.: than the, average of all leading ; t
All tracks were
,2-car garage, central.heat Terms. cylinder, H-ton pickups, bought 4MUU ON KBUESTtml -ton pickups! -' ._ .I}
Robert L./:Qanner. builder. Phone I from dealers,'carefully broken in Frt OMM.Fr Mdry'te f Motor JO.BM..267...., Come In and see the certifiedreport ; _
HE 9-2172.' 4-23-tf FOR 1 and tuned ItO manUfactureno.IrIitJJ...... Test drive the pickup that ;Jg
specifications. -- -- -. -, -- -- -' -- -- in fivee' '59
: craws one gallon J

..) JOHNSTON'S SHELL FILL &: SAND Ford Six! ; i ".

Take a test drive7004X7 ; :
:' FLAGLER BEACH: REALTY CO. DIRTCTS ,_f*&<<&>for savings ; t / ;4'" ,t


; WATER FRONT, FARIAS, .* t > ; -.. F.OJLF. USS TO'OWN.'..LESS TO tt/N..LAST' LONGER, TOO. r. ...- .J..
EMIL MISSINNEPhone 9 ,-.' ,
See us'for real estate need : :- : "
your. ;:
':,:. v'Office Phone: HE'9-2032: iii'' '92094.FLAGLER : ;. Bunnell 1 Motor Company "Jl # j '

Residence- -, ,iPhones.: ID 7.3691: : BEACH : .

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