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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
July 30, 1959
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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
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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).

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St. Johns tribune
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Palm Coast news
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El :?i. ,, h+:bvTjR11n4 Y"Qf. 7k Dedication This Sunday

Flagler Clinic and Hospital larged for an emergency room.
has just completed an addition Where the old private rooms are

t s.- tlTx 'dw to present facilities a $40,000 ad_ will be converted into doctors'
I dition, John M. Canakaris an offices. There is in the new addition
nounced. He said dedication of one room for pediactrics,
the new addition will be held Dr. Canakaris said.
this Sunday, August 3rd from 3
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The extra addition has. 5,400
to 5 o'clock.
r kie.M xvrfnos %a.w a 0.i. 8i zx awt.Xk. % square feet of space. This together
The new addition has been with older part'of hospital -
J r wow ., p: built in front of the existing brings total square footage
building. It is of concrete block to 14,000. This does not include
with brick veneer construction, an inside patio for the
containing 10 new private rooms, convenience of ambulatory pa
an enlarged medical office space tients.
:..Y .a .A;.. 20 by 23 feet; three examining
i The grounds in front of the
rooms; large and beautifully appointed
lobby and reception hospital are completely land ,
Above is a front view of the new part of the Flagler Clinic & Hospital. room, and snack bar. scaped. There is ample parking
areas which will be
soon paved
The old examining rooms
walls were taken out and en- with asphalt.
Relocation Of
f' BUSINESSMEN'S'ORGANIZATION 'The hospital now is equipped
Lions Club Sets to give the public complete med '

Highway .Al A IsToBegiiSoon I ical, surgical, obstetrical and
pediatric care", Dr. Canakarissaid.
0 Date For Kids The new addition and e-
quipement was approved by the
Florida State Board of Health
The State Road Board says Fishing Tourney last Friday.

work of relocating 2% miles of The hospital is j entirely air

Highway AlA just past Marine- At the fiunneil Lions Club I conditioned, has iped-in" oxygen
land will begin next Thursday. BEING FORMED ? meeting Monday the children's to the newt rooms, and
This section of the
highway fishing tournament date was set "piped-in" music in the medical
lies near the ocean edge. It had First, steps toward organizing for September 5. This Is an annual offices, reception lobby and the
been damaged severly many an association of businessmen tFtmei.a1 affair. sponsored by the snack bar. j
.f. .,,.. times ..bysstomu. Today some Fr'
; here was taKemfast Friday evening '[ : Club for"'theVehildren'of Flagler Another_ convenience added is
of, the* has been
in the community center County, It will be at Lake Lucille an individual intercom system
ried away. building, when 14 persons got Mrs smith in front of the Bunnell and telephones. In the new
The section extends from the together and discussed need of Community Center. private rooms the beds are of
north Flagler County line to the such an organization. Held Monday Prizes and refreshments are the latest design and are so
south end of Matanzas Inlet Those atttending were Clyde provided by 'the merchants of constructed to allow the patient '
Funeral services for Mrs. Fan
bridge at Summer Haven in St. Lewis, L. H. Church Jack Hall, nie E. Smith of Daytona Beach Bunnell and a number of suppliers to adjust the bed with motorized

Johns County. A. W. ''Tucker, Leo Baker, Jack was held at the Baggett'McIntosh Walter Morris was appointed controls.
Two bridges, one 480 feet long, Clegg, M. B. Fuller, J. R. Shelton, Chapel in Daytona Beach as General chairman of The hospital is located at 207
and another 520 feet long, will Hubert Frier, Coy Harris, John Monday afternoon at one o'clock. the Fishing tournament. The 209 Bacher Street.
be built over Matanzas River at Day,,Levi Brannam;.G. S. Shields Rev. Paul /Edris, pastor of the time and complete plans will The Dedication, ceremony will
separate locations. These will and George Moody, Jr. First Presbyterian Church of be announced in a later issue begin at three o'clock Sunday

be west of the present road. G. S. Shields was asked to con Daytona Beach officiated. Inter of The Tribune. afternoon and, Sen. Verle Pope
Cleary Brothers Construction tact a member of a like organ ment followed at two o'clock at Plans are also underway to will act as master of ce'remonies.
isation in sponsored a All. Star Softball j Father John Athas of the Greek
Co., of West Palm Beach has the one or more neighboring the Espanola Cemetery. ,
contract at a price of $567,027. cities and invite him to game here on August 6. The Orthodox Church, will give the
The ,company, has 350 wofking meet with the group here to advise resident local team will play the Ormond ]invocation. Rev. W. L. Spicer*

days to. complete the project on procedures, and potential to Daytona Beach to reside a- Beach sponsored team on the local of the First Methodist Church,
Rolfe Davis, Fifth District Road benefits that might accrue to bout thirty years ago. She was field.Teen Rev.'Thomas Pinner of the First

Board members, said. (businessmen and the commun the widow of the late C. +A. Baptist Church, and Father Eu

ity.Mr. i Smith. She was 79 years of age. and Pre-Teen gene Kohls of'St. Stephens Cath
Shields has been in com She, died Friday in Daytona olic Church, have been invited
munication with W. F. Clark, Jr. to participate in the ceremony.
Bunnell Methodist. Beach following an illness of Draws
of St Augustine who said he long duration. Largest Following the ceremony refresh
will be .able to meet with the ments will be served in the
She is survived by three i
Church News group here Monday evening, daughters, Mrs. Deolia Ervine. Crowd, Tuesday patio.

The, Methodist Sunday School.'<'August 10 at the community Mrs. Lucille Prettyman, and Mrs. The record attendance at the
Picnic and Family Night pro building at 8 o'clock. Mr. Clark Marguarite Stubbins all of summer Teen and Pre-Teen
is chairVnan of the Retail
gram will be held at Lake Disc Merchants Daytona Beach; one son Lamar dance Tuesday night included Timber Growers
Division of the
St. Augustine
ton on Sunday afternoon, August Smith of Miami. Also surviving 206 Flagler'County and Summer
2nd.Swimming. Chamber of Commerce.At are several grand children. visiting youths. Sixty-two Pre-
boating, visiting the meeting Friday, a list Teen and 144 Teens. Annual Fish-Fry
and just sitting will be featured of prospective members was Teen queen and king for the
members of the committee, said. made up and these will be no New Assessments next Tuesady evening will be

The basket*picnic supper will tified.It Joan Harding and Richard Lerch. I Next Thursday
be served at five o'clock. is expected that a permenent The Pre-Teen queen and king
Following the supper a Vesper organization will be formed In Process.AtFlagler (will be Sherry Forsyth and The annual fish fry*given by
Service will be held. All members at the next'meeting, with definite t Randy Hodges. Flagler Timber Growers will be
and friends of the church objectives,agreed upon, officers Winners in the Jitterbug con held next Thursday, August 6th.
are invited to attend. .elected and tenative bylaws test were Marlene Ricks and Serving will begin about 5 P. M.
Rev. W. VL.Spieer, Jr. is in drawn up for apporval of i iHunnicutt Jerry Burnsed. The candy theme at Rayonier Headquarters about

Leesburg this week attending the group. and Associates of i was carried out in the prizes 5 miles north of Bunnell on U.
the Methodist Youth Camp there.. St. Petersburg has begun the and all those amending were l S.1.All
He is teaching *two classes each PUBLIC MEETING TO work of the reappraisals and given candy. residents of Flagler County
day at .the Camp. BE HELD AT FLAGLER new assessments for property The Way I Walk"' was selected are invited to. attend. There is
Susan Carle is attending the YOUTH CENTER in the town of Flagler Beach. as the top tune for next no charge as the event is staged
Methodist Youth Camp in Lees- The Flagler Beach Methodist'Men's City Clerk R. D. Peterson said week. as a good will gesture on the
burg this -week:. Club will hold a public the field, crew has completed I"nothing for a theme next week part of Flagler Timber ,Growers.
meeting at the new Youth Cent their work and the new appraisals and "nothing" special but a good Hosts for the, fish fry will' be:
COUNTY BOARD er in Flagler Beach on Mon will be completed soon. Hun time for everyone amending. Allen Lands, Inc.. Hudson Pulp
MEETS MONDAY day evening August 3rd at 7:30P. nicutt and Associates have There will be lots of, good music,and Paper Corporation, Lehigh
M., Lyman Gage said today. promised to toave the job completed and regular attire will be worn Portland Cement Company, O-I
The BOa d;( County Commissioners -' The, public and any persons by September first, Mr. Timber Corporation, Rayonier,
meetMbnday 9 o'clock, interested in the youth of our Peterson said. TOPSOIL GROWTH SLOW Inc., St Regis Paper''Company,
t for their stated, 'monthly meet community is urged Uo be pres* He also stated that all t proper An inch of topsoil takes three Raymon F. Tucker, and L. E*
&4 ing. The board vrill also act ent for this meeting The Men's have to 10 centuries to build, but it Wadsworth.
will >an
ty owners -opportunity
as an equalizing:board and, too, Club wish to outline the use to to learn, of theirnew'as can wash away in, a single Arrangements for the fish fry
: it will consider the tentative be made of this Center.. Interesting sessments before the tax roll storm Vegetation breaks 'the are under the 'supervision of G.
budget for the;.coming fiscal speakers and program is is made : *" force, of rains, prevents splash Bi: 'Kelly/ Harry McKInney and
year beginning October 1.: y planned. up I erosion, and retards runoff. \ Dave Perryman.

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In' addition, to. its professionally designed decor, the room is, of course, fully air- drapes, in addition to other appointments that. give, a
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J ,. TKursday, July '30,. 1959 .. _ THE FLAGLER 'TRIBUNE, ,BUNNELL, FLORIDA M7r -" PAGE THREE
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I .,".' ; JTrance Supported I imity to Newfoundland, ,and strawberries flowers, pink rock, :! the United States 'when the islands :I look back on those days as an '

,' '.<': think of themselves as being an, dpicturesque _dunes.make. it ( became a major center for age d'or (golden age) and a I
: Loyally by Small 3,700 kilometers ((2,300 miles) an appealing vacationland.St. bottled<< shipments.! Residents ,temps beni (blessed time).
from Brest, the French port facIng I I .
Pierre and Miquelon began
them across the Atlantic.
Distant4 Colony attracting Breton and Basque
; Trees Are Dwarf (if
France has lost# its 'once vast --J? '*', fishermen more, than 400 I SaM FLORIDA COUNT ;
Most important of the fog- years -ago. When explorer Jacques
North American empire, but the
draped islands, chilled by the Carder stopped for a visit .
Tricolor still flies high over St Labrador t Current, is, rocky St. 'in 1536, ,he found* fishermen already ..
Pierre and'Miquelon, a tiny' island '
Pierre. Dwarf balsam firs, there..* As the years ,
off Newfoundland. -
group growing a,couple.of feet tall, are passed, a village grew up to Ii
When General Charles de almost the only-trees. But St. care for the needs of fishermen

,,.. Gaulle returned to power in Pierre has an excellent port. The ,I too far from France to return i County Seat, ,

J' :1. France, residents 'of, these Islands town of St Pierre, a cluster: of I I home easily. MU ton

.;\.., 1,000 miles .northeast of houses between the harbor and For several centuries, England
-.' New York reverently placed a the' mountains, is the capital and France alternately control

': wreath at a memorial honoring and business center of. the is led the islands. France gained

,-i:'"' .those who died for, France in I Ii land's 4,500 inhabitants. final possession in 1814.
t two world :wars. 'Nortli or Su Pierre* lies Mique Today the territory' has a

;.. The wreath symbolized the lon, a double island 'some 25 French governor, and sends a
warm' feeling that France's oldest miles long. The northern part, deputy to the French National

and smallest colony has for Grande Mtqu lon, connects with Assembly. As always, the inhabitants

the motherland, the National I Langlade, the southern part,' by depend largely on the

Geographic Society says. Thej means of a seven.mile sandy sea. Cod, herrings, mackerel, '!

: people of St. Pierre and Mlque.1 isthmus. Langlade has many and, other fish abound on the
Ion typically ignore farms Its troutfilled1streams.. near-by Grand Banks. Unfortunately

N modern vessels and refrigeration i Six flags have flown over this county Spanish.
__ AMERICANA Things To See have caused a rela' French, English, West Florida Republic Confederate
tive decline in ,the importance and United States. Formed in 1842 from Escambia
Fforid 's Quadricenfennial Celebration of the islands as a port of call. County,-its primary source of income is agriculture, sup
Vessels from France no longer plemented with timber and naval store industries. County
Seat Milton is an important chemical center. home
need to. stop except for repairs.
of Escambia Chemical Corporation, Columbia National
Radish Lettuce Gardens and American A 5th Chamber
Corporation Cyanamid. July
The islanders cannot practice of Commerce Water Carnival follows a 4th of July
extensive agriculture, though Carnival sponsored by the U. S. Naval Auxiliary AirField

,. they nurse gardens of ra Ishes,- Whiting Field, each year. .
., onions, and lettuce., They have In progressive Santa Rosa County and throughout
,Florida, the United States Brewers Foundation works
mink and silver 'fox
turned to constantly to assure the sale of beer and ale under pleasant
breeding to supplement their ,orderly conditions. Believing that strict law enforcement
fishing income. They also hope serves the best interest of the people of Florida
to attract 'tourists. ', the Foundation stresses close cooperation with the

I II Through the years, France has Armed Forces, law enforcement and governing officials
1 sometimes had 'to help the ter in its continuing "self-regulation" progr m.

ritory's faltering economy. But
St. 'Pierre and Miquelon can at BEER FLORIDA'SLIGHT \\ Statet Brewer*

least look back to one period BRIGHT &fi\\osr-1-: Foundation

of' fabulous prosperity. That BEVERAGE FUrfaU DUUiM..
; 303 N.Mm*Str tOrbnte .
came, during prohibltlon'days, in OF MODERATION -f's IOU" FteriAl

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Costumes From Florida' Past

The first state'to have a 400th anniversary. Florida this year begins
its seven-year exposition at Pensacola. The program with a Spanish
accent covers Florida under five flags"up through and including the

War Between the 'States. I

On August 14, 1559, under the there, bringing in colonists and
leadership of Don Tristan de Luna. establishing civil government
I Captain General of Spain on the Florida's Quadricentennial tells
,. shores of Pensacola Bay in Florida the story of exploration colonization
the first group of men, women and conquest by three major
and children landed'to, establish nations. The overall presentation
a colony in what is now the involves original archives,' treaties ,. M\ORE SPACE
United States of America. \
maps. charts and other doc;
The Pensacola r colony-.held on ments never seen,' before fa ,U.S. .
against ill fortune, famine and displays. ,Also on, display are
: storm for two, and after
years an weapons armor, antiques, .paint
.. unsuccessful. attempt to found a ings and artifacts on loan from
colony on the Atlantic shores,
major museums and archives in
Pensacola was abandoned,in 1561. France.. Spain and Great Britain.
; A year later, 1563 at the mouth .
of the St Johns River near'Jacksonville Life-size was figures and historical
a landing was made" by dioramas showing major battles
the'french under Ribaut and two and other scenes involving I
years later a colony of French action add realism to exhibits. .
Hugenots,was established at that Richard Hirsch Director of
coastal point? t Pensacola's Art Center was assigned
Spain'destroyed the colony'and the task of assisting in'research
occupied the'French fortifications.Th developing sketches, and
military,forces of Spain were painting 'some fifty-two scenes r
based on. St Augustine and Me- and 1200 figures covering nearly
: nendez the victorious command* 400 ;years of Florida's action-. .
er, proceeded to build a tpwn packed'hlstol7. LESS 'FLOOR SPACE


Before marriage, a girl in New ', ,-
.. Guinea's, Wangi, Valley does nowork .
and live .a merry life. But

afterward,> she, loses her,freedom
and becomes, a drudge. She FEELGO.DD
Lots of shelf space!Every A wide choice of styles,
wood hoes .
gathers gardens, -
cooks meals, and tends children ,thing's-in easy sight.and your sizes, models and colors

and pigs. reach no groping, no modern are now on display at
fumbling. Automatic'de your favorite electric appliance

I frosting does, away with dealers. Single-door,

f.JT1 lfr GJrtbunrBCHHBIX. I messy pans and mopping. FOOD doubl -door and cabinet-- -

," Spacious ,freezer' sections types for walls. See them

.. -- -. VXOIUDAMRS. : for.,ice cream; meats, poultry, CENTER today. Also the new home

J J fish cakes, pies,.and loads of fi zers. Whichever you select,
!LB.' FULLER.,'Editor Try this tonic-an I ice cubes. You can stock up on remember all-electric models

... out-of-town phone call to food
specials at bargain prices are cheaper buy, cheaper
... -, ypu-know-who.! It works!. i 'because: fresh or cooked foods can to,use, and maintain a ,cooler,
tor PvMto .etiMe .f ;. And stationiwstationrates cleaner
be stored almost indefinitely. kitchen. t
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t PAGE FOUR. THE} FLAGLER TRIBUNE. "BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, July 30, 1959U'laater
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: SATURDAY PICNIC pointed i out that the Hudson
I Hudson Co.
Mrs. Nettie'Brusich entertained Paper Pulp and Paper Corporative
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r: ;', ck i her houseguests Mr. and Mrs.: Offers Scholarship scholarship and training pro. \

: : ,;, !Frank Kolar from' Cleveland gram, and also that this is the
o with a i picnic at Sanlando I first time the Hudson scholarship .
... For Graduattes
r. fX LUNA BABBITT Springs.Saturday., Her :I program has been .broaden

:; Telephone HEmlock 9.2098 and son in law Mr. daughter'l I High school graduates in the ed to include schooling at the

Peter Dzioba with their, Hudson Pulp and Paper Corpora University of Florida. 1
BREDE FAMILY REUNION I erss' Nancy and Sally from Or- tion's wood procurement area i The arrangements for the program
Four generations of the Brede-I"mond Beach joined them for the are now eligible to apply for were:' worked out recently

Rev. and Mrs. Taylor were i family enjoyed family reunionin I I day. participation in the company's i II between Hudson officials and f

back for the morning Worship Ellinor Village Sunday when new cooperative scholar programin I Dr. C. M. Kaufman, Director of

Service Sunday after being away Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Brede were J. W. Green was admitted to the school of Forestry at the I the University's School of Forestry .

one Sunday and also two hosts for the occasion. the Halifax Hospital in Daytona University of Florida, it was an I II initiating new opportunities

. Wednesday evenings. ,Rev. O. Dr. and Mrs. Brede, from Pitts- Tuesday night for medical_ treat; nounced by J. H. Trescot, Jr., I I for graduates in the Hudson '

A. Radford from Jessup, Georgia burg with their three'sons, have 'I ment. Woodlands Manager of the Hud areas to win the combination
assisted Judson Stryker for the been there on vacation. Joining- son today. I I working and scholastic training. ,

first Prayer meeting and the them were his father, Frank I Mr and'Mrs. Cecil Sadler and The. announcement by Trescot I I program that would lead themto

Morning Worship Service was Brede and Mrs..Brede from Flag. family from Quincy, Florida are I II a degree.
conducted by-Rev. S. B. Lockhart ler Beach and his sister and spending this week here with Mrs. Jerry Davis and little The Hudson Corporation has

... from St. Augustine Beach. The brother in law, Dr. and Mrs. WilLiam I Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Martel I daughter, Vicki Lynn, have re been conducting similar programs

Girls Auxiliary led by Mrs. H. Kelley from Orlando. I I t and -family. Mrs. Martel and I turned to their home here from with Georgia Tech. and

Clarence Weaver conducted the Dr. and Mrs. Kelley's daughterand Mrs. Sadler are sisters. the hospital in Daytona Beach. Auburn University and has a

second Prayer meeting which son in law, 'Mr. and Mrs. I number of young men currently

S ,was last Wednesday. Rev. Taylor R. W. Rowe from Jacksonvilleand I Mr. and Mrs.''Jessie Workman Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Hord have studying chemical, mechanicaland
Church Saginaw, Mich., were also with their daughter Debbie and electrical and
making, plans for a i returned here 'after spending 10 engineering
Revival during August, since his present with their two daughters -I son Jessie, Jr. .from Charleston, days in their Crescent City.home. I'industrial management under
return. Cheryl and Carol. West Virginia are spending some the program. The initiation of '

The Woman's Missionary" Society ,I time here. Visitors with Mr. and Mrs. I I this new program "with the

met at the First Baptist JOHNS GUESTS : Charles Sindelar during this University's School of Forestry .
Church on Monday evening with Mrs. Edna Ebert, accompaniedby month have been her'slster..and opens the door to. another im
:Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Johns have
a good attendance.: Mrs. May her son Gene, came from brother in law Mr. and portant field in the pulp and
had this week their
Shill, presided during. the business home guests in Venice Park; They were II Thonatosassa; Fla., to visit during Frank ICveton with their d idrS'l I I (Continued on page .8)
meeting. She read an Invitation I the weekend with her
ers Judy and Karen who spent
their daughters and sons in law i I I
from the: Bunnell W. M. i cousins, Mr. and Mrs. V. W. I I two weeks with them.. Also their
J Rev. E. B. Turner from Monti- I I .
U. to attend their study course Haines. < cousins Mr. and Mrs., Syl Pals-
cello Florida
I accompanied by
August 13th, and appointed Mrs. their children Steven Yvonne, I I !cek from Chicago, 111.., 'who spent? I

. Ruth Schatz on a, committee to and Larry, Mr. and' Mrs. C. C. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Jones and i I three weeks. They took, several TVB.obSERVICE
in Mr. and Mrs. Loren Jones from "
organize some program con
deep sea fishing'
trips during
Holkomay from Endicott, N. Y.I
have been vacationing '
nection with the Church Revival Crescent.City their stay.
. ) next month. with their daughters; Susan. and I here. I
Sandra, their nephew with his i
.,. The study was 'concerning wife Mr. and Mrs. Roland Johns : I IYOUR' I all makes '
French people in Louisiana. Mrs.R. Mr. and Mrs. David McWaters CLOSEST OUTLET I
w from Gainesville, Florida. Jolnlng'

Rummill accompanied the I have returned to their home in For ,Quality Furniture .
Tubes and
them for short visits.were Sales,
f. singing at the piano and also Roanoke, Va., after spending a "We're Out of the
r .. gave the benediction. :Mr. and Mrs. Wm.. ,Gurynn and I week here at the Harmon Win. Hight Rent District" 'tCHRIS'S I Antenna Installation
son from Gainesville Mr. and I
grove's.. Mr. and Mrs. McWaters I FURNITURE
Mrs. J. Vickers and daughter PHONE HE 9-2204
_ I have resided here in the I
: Friends of Linda Lowe will from Melrose, Florida. past. 1660 Rldceweod Are. Holly Hill, .
i' be sorry, to hear that she is ill.ft I .

k y: She was admitted to the Flagler I
: 1 Clinic & Hospital in Bunnell for S -
You've got more to go on than our say-so:
medical attention week .
a ago.l .' ::' t ", Every motor magazine 'has given Chevy's
; ( :f ;I1i, BEST ENGINES!
l ... _..,:;> t ;: 0... :.; -' 'standard passenger car and Corvette V8'sr '. _
Mrs. William' Posey accompanied ,.>".,.;'M.;"'( 5 1. "!:, .. ,'_ unstinted 'praise.;SPORT3 CARJS JLJ.Qsr; MJMK ", '
IT: .. by her daughters arrived ., :' .' .". ,...- Jne of'7,. 1 g) Bests Chevy gives TRATED says it this way: ". surely

t: from Trenton, S. C., to vioit here \. : : .1 .; ., you over, any car In Its field the most wonderfully responsive! engine,
with her sister ,Mrs. James Lqng ....:;. '4 w:i":. ; available today at any price:' And if you
Sr., on Eleventh Street, ., ':.r;t'"; ";S;' want the.thrift of a six, you still get .the. .

I ,t' -ti best of it in a Chevy. i ,

Rev. and Mrs. Frank Sebas-
BEST ECONOMY No doubt about this: .
tion from Jacksonville and fam
a pair of Chevy sixes with Powerglide '
_. several days visiting
fly spent came in first and second in their class in
with :Mr. and Mrs. Myles Meeks.
r this year's Mobilgas Economy Run-get. ,
ting the best mileage of any full-size car r
. Spending last week in, New ,' 22.38 miles per gallon. '
I: t ': Smyrna with Janice Burdette PT 5

t'r rrr ; '. was Barbara Weaver. Janice's 1\ .BEST BRAKES Not only bigger, but ,',

.'.r .. mother, Mrs. A Burdette, accompanied built with bonded linings for up to 66% '; .

the girls here Monday longer life. Just to prove what's what, .
g and she spent the day with Mrs. Chevy out-stopped both of the "other two" ,

: C. Weaver. Janice is spending B in a NASCAR-conducted test of repeated' -

this week here with Barbara. stops from highway speeds. ,
r National Association for Stock'Car Advancement and
Research . I
The news from Mr. and Mrs. } $

I. Leo Libbey, Jr., in Kearney, N.J., j- BEST RIDE A few minutes behind the ;':

about their son Billy being hit wheel will leave no doubt about this. '.-' ': .
by wear, }states the accident resulted MOTOR TREND magazine sums it up ."

,,in him having a concussion this way: ". the smoothest, most quiet ';; .
and injured ear drum. Also softest, riding car in its price class." :,

: ., their son, Happy, has an injured ,P'' u ...., '>.::.
hand after an accident with a it > BEST TRADE-IN Check the figures in

grass cutter while he was Visiting d e .: any N.A.D.A.* Guide Book. You'll find that T

x; ,his ,uncle in Red Bank, N. J. y Chevy used car prices last year averaged .-": '.

Mr.' Libbey had started on his up to $128 higher than-comparable models ." -
government assignment to of the "other two." !

55: Greenland, but was called back ... c : r : National AutomobiU Dealer* Association "
from New York Ito their home
BEST ROOM Official dimensions reported
because of the boys' injuries. {
to the Automobile Manufacturers .,
Association make it. clear. Chevy's front ,J -
w At the, home, of Mr. and Mrs. ''S ,
1' 'seat hip room, for example, is up to 5.9 '.!:. :
L. A. :Maryes here, their daughter 4 '
5- inches wider than comparable cars. ( \# ,I,, ..
Mrs. Hill Young, and two .' '5 '
J daughters from Rebecca; Ga., BEST STYLE It's the only car of the "., "

hace been entertaining her ,sis leading low-priced 3 that's unmistakably *- : !

f_ S ter in law, Mrs. Frank Strlck'land modern in every line. "In its price class," ? J'

and her two. children from .> says POPULAR SCIENCE magazine, "a .-':., -
Lakeland, Ga. : 'w* ." ..
'j new high in'daring styling. :,

Mr. and/'Mrs. Howard Lowe. of .: W'F
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s; Lakeland Fla.
spent Monday .. ,
q night here w\th his sister and 'CHEVROLET A !';ff.
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brother in law Mr. and Mrs. Open invitation to excitement, the Impala Convertible and America9 JBJBBB THAN ANY OTHER CAR! ': :f .
Clarence Weaver, ,on their I ,
way (
only authentic sports the Corvette. : : ,
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home'from a trip to Taylorsville, I r.f' .;'"'O.> .JIj t'; r:'
N. Co. s '
I Vn: Try the hot one-visIt your local authorized Chevrolet dealer! .: :,B'Z.i ; ;-', .

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4' Miss Gies And wedding trip to the central partof ,

'f, : ;,,'?fIr. Kelly Wed '.. they the will state.'reside Upon in.their' the Martin:return The 'Bible, Says:

;. Sunday Afternoon Apartments on East Moody
p And the people said unto Josua,
I The wedding of Miss Beverly The Lord our God will we serve.
Ann' Gies and Mr. Billy 'JosephI I- and His voice will we OBEY. .

1 I Kelly was solemnized at two 1. H. Drady was a business

,I [o'clock Sunday afternoon in the I visitor in Columbus,> Georgia* Listen"HEROLD

I'(St. Stephens Catholic Church during the weekend. ,He also
.. Sturmans Return I ANN HABDIN FEATED I
',. I J with Father Eugene Kohls of- visited with his son and family OF TRUTH"
I From Honeymoon ficiating. there Sunday.
i ANNIVERSARY Over WPDQ, 600 KC at 8:30 a.m.
\ ,- In New York 'j I The bride is the daughter of SUNDAY

Mr. and Mrs. John Hardin entertained Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Gies Mrs. Edith Allen had as her,, 4 .
Of cordial interest to their I
with a birthday party of Bunnell. The bridegroom's house guests over the past week- i ..
-.< friends here is the announce I I '
...' ment :-of the marriage of Mrs... Tuesday afternoon at their home parents are Mr. and Mrs. G.- B. end her brother, Ralph, Choateof ....... .-..
thir Ann
j honoring' daughter, Kelly of Bunnell. 'Jefferson City, Mo., and his
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I, Gladys. Livingston Flagler who celebrated her tenth birth. son and daughter in law, Sgt. FRED A. FRUITSJEWELER
Beach .to Mr. Raphael Sturman
the background
day. anniversary. They were assisted Forming
, and Mrs. Ralph Choate Jr., and
I,, of Bunnell. on July. 18, 1959. in caring for their guestsby the wedding party were stand four children of' Camp LeJuene,
, baskets of giant white
.,)' The couple were married in Mrs. Cliff Sheffield.. ing N. C. DIAMONDS-WATCHES
t a quiet single ring ceremonyin Games and contests were mums, dahlias and g adol1as. REPAIRING

Ormond Beach at eight o'clock feature of entertainment.. Prizes The bnetc nad as her maidof (More on page 8)I NI6..J'................... ..

;. Saturday evening in the presence were awarded to Vickie King, .honor her cousin, Miss Ce- I I

F '. cf Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Can. Ann Bourne, and Catherine Stan- ;lestine Stanish who was attired 1
: and winners. Jin!I a beige dress ,of silk organza I ,
akaris and Mr. Mrs. Levi ih as' contest INSIIE-SUy lisireJ & Rest Assured
with fitted
." t Drady. "* Guests included Suellen Deen, i j fashioned a waist
1; Vickie Ann Bourne Catherine and full skirt. With this she I
Mrs. Sturman chose for her King, ,
,. wedding a beige sheath gown Stanish, Linda and Cliff wore a orange' and green cum GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM

r' with a tan and beige polka dot Sheffield' Jr., and Ann's sisters, erbund with a bow and streamers \ 4

,-.. \ 'Cummerbund. With this she Tressa and Maria, all of Bunnell; in the back, a green hat and "

,. wore beiges accessories and her Karen and Susan .Burrell of shoes. She carried a fan shape H. T. COOK AGENCY

. flowers was a ,lime green orchid Hastings. bouquet of white caranationsand 1
+ : J buds.Bridesmaids Citizens Bank Bunnell FloridaAnnouncing
with, maroon net and satin rib. rose Bldg. ,
W. M. U. TO MEET were Miss Sam-
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bon.Following r mie Whitaker and I Mrs. Marsha --
!',- the ceremony Mr. TUESDAY AFTERNOONThe '
r and Mrs.J Sturman left for a Zeller. They wore dresses fashioned '
W. M. U. of the First Baptist I along ,the same lines as
short honeymoon in New York
Church will: hold a busi- the Maid of honor's dress.;Miss
City. They'afe now residing at .
14 '' ness and program meeting at Whitaker wore royal
the Sturman :residence, 905 East blue'wlth'l
. three thirty Tuesday afternoonat white cummerbund
Moody Boulevard, Bunnell.
f; Mrs. Sturman is the supervisor the Church. and shoes. Mrs. .Zeller wore a I THE OPENING OF
The Joan Parnaros Circle will white dress with
j orange cummerbund -
t of ,nurses at the Flagler Clinic i it
be in charge of the and hat and shoes. Their
program ,
and Hospital. Mr. Sturman is .
t the subject'wilt be "Songs In Leonard ElectricIDELSON
proprietor of'the Bunnell flowers were spray boquets of
I ment Store. Depart> f The Night", Mrs' : 4Howard Wray white caranations baby asters

said. and matching net. .
, Mr. and Mrs. H..F. Wray have I The bride, given in marriage
FRANK STANLEY, GERMACK by her father, chose for her wed-
it returned to their home here aft
:' er a visit to points of North CamI -, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley'Germack ding a white .Chantilly lace Commercial House Wiring

? Una and Gainesville, Florida. are the parents of a son born gown fashioned along fitted !
" July 20 at the 'Flagler Clinic lines with a''l"ound'net" neckline, *

and Hospital. He weighed seven embroidered in white'' sequins Free Estimates ,
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CLASSIFIEDADS and was given the name, of, and seed pearls.. The_full skirt PHONE ID

Frank.. I.Stanley--'.!.,* I f I of,nylon net over, a,,tiered ,net 73561't', IJ

j I and white satin' 'slips* 'had points We are the people who Just have rewired the Courthouse
: ) Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F .of lace. from; the fitted waist.

., Mercer last week were their!Her fingertip veil of"illusion was --- -

Flirting* .... ... .J....._ .. daughters Mrs. Otis Masters ,
1 eeata s+* wr4 each ....nte., attached to a. cornet of pearls.
t. BO ccate .. mlalmom ekarse and daughter, Marie, of St. Au. She carried a white prayerbook

FOR SALE-100 feet on Central gustine,. and Mrs.. L. M. Lyons topped with a white orchid and BRANNAM'SFood

t Avenue by 150 ft. on 6th Street i i and daughter, Nancy Lea, of. tuberoses with' white satin. r

(3 lots), Suitable for business or I Jacksonville.Mrs.I streamers. > .
residence, with 2 bedroom garage Eddie Zeller was bestman and
.' apartment., Terms can be Lily Creal plans to leave ushers were Lew Wadsworth and : MarketYour

f arranged. See George Moody, during the weekend for a visit Bobby Parker. I

: HEmlock 9Flagler Beach. of a week in Louisville, Kentucky The mother of the bride, worea I

I,- with. relatives. light blue sheath dress with I Red & White Store;

\ FOR RENT- :room apartment; I white accessories...and her flow I *
\ 3 room apartment, $30 a month Lt. Charles McKnight and Lt; i ers was a' corsage:of pink sweet I 119 N. BAY"St. Phone ID 7-3496

: Capitol Motel, U.S. Highway 1, Richard Hoyt who are stationed heart rose bUds... ,
t Korona, Phone LH 73649. with the U. S. Airforce at Spence;: Mrs. Kelly was+ attired in a MEAT DEPARTMENT I

July; 30-tf Airbase in Moultrie, Georgia, navy blue dress ,with -accessories I FINE FOB BARBECUING
--- -.r II Swim ,Premium ,
weekend herflowers
.' WANTED-A woman who would spent past here and was a
with Charles' parents, Mr. and of red sweetheart FRYERS
corsage rose Jb29C
l like .a business of, her own, set Mrs. T. K. McKnight. buds. 4Following :
# up so it is a money making .
f proposition. Turn .your leisure the..,ceremony Mr. Leon & Meaty'SPARE. .
\''. Mrs. M. B. Fuller was a business and Mrs. Gies entertained witha r
hours into profit. Beauty Counselors RIBS 49c.Armours .
visitor in""Orlando Friday. reception at their home, 310 : : _v: : .
f I 47 Seabreeze Drive, Or- South Street. :' ,!'j'..*"* ,.. : *%' .'
mond Beach, Florida. Phone OR Forsythe CANNED ;-*+ *f "
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Jim Weldon who is
stationed laid
The brides table was over -
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t with the. Navy in Jacksonville, with a white lace;:cloth and the PICNICS' j j? < ; 3 I
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SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reason- spent, the weekend here visiting centerpiece was white asters '/ ,; I
{, able rates.. George', Jarosz. Phone with Mr. and Mrs. John Dur- and lighted tapers Wilson Pun>Pork Bag <*, .3 ," -'

., ID 73410. 5 28-11 5 tc1 I rance, and his parents, Mr.' and The brides sister. Mrs. Loretta SAUSAGE '' :"k' : 3 ashFresh
Mrs. Rudy Weldon who were Humes, cut the cake and Mrs. _", .
FOB SALE-on water front lot house guests of. the Durrances.Mr. I Paul Stanish, ,aunt, of the bride .
t- new 3-bedroom house ,on Lantana I presided at the punch bowl. Local Grade A Medium _-

Street in Venice Park, two and Mrs. 'Hehry Wells' and Charlotte Gies, sister of the bride EGGS 39C
Idays I
t- full baths, large living room, T. D. Wells are spending few kept the brides book. Dor.
;., dinette': kitchen with GE built .
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Georgia with Following the reception Mr.' .
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f equipment refrigerator relatives. .
and Mrs. Kelly left for' a short
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2-car garage, central heat Terms. BISCUITSLimit ,
Please 3
:'\ Robert L.Danner, builder. Phone cans ,
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', If yon want to work but cannot THE 5.SlOO
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';;t. with AVON. Write Box you 246. New Cockel-Spur. Zipper: Sara: .Lee 8 oz. V": : : .
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Is Now Available'in Bunnell for the First TimeIt ..-CSwansons "

? may be used anywhere any zipper is used '
;= FLAGLER BEACH, REALTY CO. :Available Jn all Basic Colors T V DINNERS 59e-

:'. ,:WATER FRONT, FARMS, Black White,: Grey, Brown, Beige' Son Spun:

f; See us for your reel. stab need .

r.. ,-_ Office Phone HE '92032Residence "
Phones ID, 7-3691 Baker's 5 & 10 Bed cS WMt .- .

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,a growing- 'building country 1 caused the day a Joker raised boardwalk can ,buy, anythingfrom
: .
W.7. How Well ,Do You Know Your America. ? i![learned slowly ,how to play. :I II I both flags at one time. I mink pink stole. cotton. candy f to a

\/ j I Only the incorrigibly athletic I Ii Beaches have become a particularly i

t" j i ventured into the water. Suntan big business since i
,. : I lotions were not needed as beach t'l World War II. Man-made amusements 1

I dress permitted little 'exposure 'rot 1 ete with sand, I ;Draglining

Na.' :,to the sun's rays. 4j !;surf-and sky. At the fashion,

I able .resort, ,. a stroller on the I I
When, President Grant made BulldozingLand
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I I only. No end of confusion was
Long Branch his summer residence
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Ax t I in the 1860's, the resort 1 Clearing
enjoyed an enormous boom. FREE PAINT
Elaborate homes were built. i i
,One extra gallon of .your choice.
Long Branch ,had a'quaint custom .wUh'each gallon you buy Grading

:. display of a red swimmingflag
y meant gentlemen only on Mary Carter' Paint Store P. A. EDMONSON

: the beach: a white flag, ladies Ormond Beach at Coquina Barn Phone IDlewood 7-3376
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Abut Ceramics, Gifts, Dry Arrangement
pagan America sun bathingby plant-anim communities on Open 7 A.1L10 P.M.-7 Days STEEL Materials

the sea is 'relatively new. seashores also 'is vital to. preserve State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Flagler Beach HE 9-2254 Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers

.It is only in recent decades the delicate, balance of nature TORO LAWN MOWERS

that Americans have been seized ,that',has existed since primeval Colonial Service Station CLEANERS 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph.ORMOND OR. 7-051J

by an epidemic of sea'fever.,The times. EARL E. RICE, Proprietor ..
demand for property: Colonial Americans were not CLEANING
been so great, however; that beach-goers. About the only TIRES TUNE-UP ,SERVICE Bunnell Farmers Supply Co.
almost attractive seashorearea JOHN DEERE
'every people who _.went. down to the u.S. HIWAY, 1 .-.B NELLHall' OpenJDaily- -,. 8. to ,,,5 Agricultural&Industrial Equipment
Pacific and
on Atlantic ,
sea were fisfiermen. A deep tan doped/ all day Thursday STEEL
Gulf Coasts has been taken for was a' stigma of the working Atlantic StationJack Phone' ID 7-3188 Bars & Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled
private use or commercial de I :<0 Black&Galvanized Pipe & Fittings
classes.. In the early 1800's, a Hall, Proprietor v 115 N Bay St. Bunnell LAWN MOWER REPAIRS
velopnient the National, Geographic
built from Brooklyn
turnpike was
Society Little land GAS-OILS-LUBRICATION DEEN RD. Phone I*' 73143
to ,Far Rockaway on
remains for the 'public. Long Island. became, fash- TiresBatteriesAccessoriesROAD SERVICE Village Hardware Center

The spectacularly beautiful ionable for wealthy New Yorkers BUNNELL Tel. ID. 7-3652 Your "Q" For ConcreteDial HOUSE PAINTS

Pacific shoreline of the United to'drive to the sea in their hand. CL 3-8113 Match,and mix any color I
J. L. Presswood
States stretches 1,700 miles from some carriages.. Garage Builder's Supplies Kitchenware
a observed .
A contemporary writer GIFTS GREETING CARDS
Road Service
the National Park Service I
I survey : "By far 'the greatest por- .. TIre, Tubes & Accessories Quillian's Concrete, Inc. AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420
f4= found that 1,448 miles. of, it tion of the genteel company, Visit Our Grocery DepartmentFor

are privately owned and not from New. York and elsewhere .' Frozen, Cubed Foods lee and Staples DRUG STORES PAINT STOREJERRY'S

available for public recreation. choose this watering place in HE 9-2139 FLAGLER BEACHSullivan's

4 Single National Seashore. Area I pre ference to any other in the Anderson Drug Store PAINT MART
Gulf Service
The Park Service reported that I United States.. Prescriptions
GULF One Coat Plastic Finish' '
only 240 miles of the :Atlantic I.Jersey Shore Popular GAS LUBRICATION N Sick Room Supplies Stops Masonry Dampness

,and ,Gulf Coasts 3,700 miles I After the War 01 1812, hotels .TIHES-TUDES-ACCESSORIES* Sundries Paint Sundries
long, are owned by the people began rising on the Atlantic "Specializing BeAch in Service and BUNNELL 29 W. Granada-Ormond BeachPh.
l' 'as a,whole. More than half of Coast, notbaly at Long Branch Clean Rest Rooms" :OR 7-0761
In The Heart of Flagler Beach
I' the 240 miles, are in the Cape Atlantic City and Cape May, Moody PharmacyFlagler R. MOODY

Hatteras: National Eeashore Recreational New Jersey, Hotels catered to AUTO REPAIRS .
County's Corner Drug Store
Area (North Carolina) families. Resort life was pain -
-and the Acadia (Maine) and I fully formal, for the citizens of Shield's Service Station PRESCRIPTIONS Contract-Hour-BI9' or SmallID

Everglades (Florida) National I sY .Chester McKenzie:Mechanic DRUGS-SUNDRIES 7-3240 Bunnell, Florida
.. 1 ,. _a fart 6ei Nenut6I Right Now We'll Overhaul and Bunnell, Fla. Phone ID 7.3661 RADIO-TELEVISION 1

The/ Great Lakes give the Na-' Repair Your Power Mower
tiona fourth coastline and a 8n4 Aaderse 8 No Job Too' Biff Or Too Small ORMOND! .PRESCRIPTION. I I!FLAG-NELL"RADIO & TV
111 No. Bay SU Bunnell
vast, inland ,sea that is often PHARMACYSick Complete Service on All MakesTelevisionRadio
called "North.Ameri a's Mediterranean I YOU CAN AY THA.T EDGAR'S GARAGE Room ;Supplies-Sundries.24Hour ..

." The Park Service recently AGAIN 24-Hour Towing Service Prescription Service Auto Radios Hi-Fi Electronics .

completed, a ,survey there COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS Free Delivery in Flagler Beach Moody Blvd. Bunnell
Rtv? AlA 1 ml. North of
Automatic Transmission Service ORMOND BEACH TeL OR 7-1661
.. .. Wheel'Alignment Balancing-Front End ..... DON'S RADIO &. TV
O.- F. 24O Granada Ormond-OR 7-0883 I Thompson PharmacyYour Zenith Sales and .Service

Registered 'Yrh..Y..1 AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION I Health Is Wealth. .. "We Sell the Best j,

: 1..r.w.r.Real Estate HOLLY HILL .J Put .YourPRESCRIPTIONS' and Service the Rest" '
U.S. Hwy. l, Ormond. OR 7.1473
.........,...JWft: :WVUWVWTHE ...v..... RepairingRebuilding 141 W. ,Granada-Ormond-'7-1421

I 1239 Rldffewood. Holly Hill
Authorized Erlnrude .DealerBOA.TS OR 7-1381 Margaret Givens
Blacks FloWer! Shop '"
Phone IDlewocd 7-3348 Reg. Real' Estate Broker "
-. Storage Free Ramp Notary PublicSpeelallzlng
WE FINANCE II And She wi l 1again 1--; ) pEACH P.O. Box 3 Bunnell, Fla. In

825 Ballough Rd-Daytona. and again HdTEL BAR Flowers Tito-All OccasionsWe OCEAN, & RIVER PROPERTIES

-- a alrl.... accept orders for: Delivery Phone\HEmlock '-035' t
"The Place Ken Mar
Meeting .fotel-Flagler
"' REFINANCE YOUR DEBTS Anywhere in the U.S.A., Beach
I of Flagler County"
MJim and Yvonne Serving" : FUEL OIL'KING'S

:. FARM' : 'LOAN Come And Visit PHILLIPS 66 GAS ,& OILS

'B.-'W. BRYAN AL AND ELLIE Delivery in the County on- Publishers Printers

predwel1eei ,Credit Assu Fuel OIl,'Kerosene, Tractor Fuel "
.I AT THEIR 'MEW *AB"You'llMeet I "
Phone ID 7.3282
w.JIIq .l Gasoline, : -
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Thursday,. July ,30, .1959. THE .FEAGLER' TRIBUNE, BUNNELL," ,(4 ORIDA' PAGE ,SEVEN


Subscribe ior The Flogler Tribune: NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS


-----, Notice is hereby given that the
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFt undersigned, pursuant to Chapter
FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA IX 20953. Laws of Florida 1941. will
I CHANCERY NO. 3781 I register with the Clerk of the Cir-
HELEN STIRRUP I cuit Court., in and for Flagler
I Plaintiff.. County.. Florida upon receipt of
r 'Vs. I proof of publication of. this notice

{h:4": I ROBERT STIRRUP. the nctitious wit:
NOTICE TO DEKKNU under which we are engaged
THE STATE OP FLORIDA. TO: renting Motel Rooms & Apartmentsat
4 4dK Robert Stirrup Flagler Beach, Florida and that
r S Address Unknown : the undersigned are the only persons -
j, You are hereby notified that a Interested in said business.
suit has been filed against you Dated at Bunnell.' Florida this
I in the above entitled cause: and 24th day of July, 1959.
you are hereby required to file OHARI.ES SINDELAR
your answer with the Clerk of this HELEN M. SINDELARJuly
Court-and to serve a copy thereof 30 & Aug. 6-13-0-4tP
.b +ti I upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
whose name and address NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
I Weinstein and Weinstein
: '
YCn) StreetSt.
161 St. George
Augustine. Florida Notice is hereby given that the

not later than August 14th A.. D. undersigned pursuant to chapter
1959.. 20953. Laws of Florida. 1941. will
i If you fall to do so, decree pro register with. the Clerk of the Cir-
confesso will be entered against cuit Court, in and for Flagler
you for the relief demanded in the County Florida, upon receipt of
bill of complaint. The nature of proof of publication of this notice.
said suit being for Divorce and custody the fictitious name to-wit:
of minor children...: Bunnell Restaurant and Cofeee-
i WITNESS my- hand seal of said Shop and Motor Lodge under whichwe
Court this 14th day of July A. D. are engaged at Bunnell. Flor-
1959. ida in the business of selling food
and lodging and that the undersigned -
1 FAMILY REUNION. Sen. John Kennedy center chats. with ,(Official RALPH)E. HARBERT.Clerk are the only persons Inter-

' his Utter Patricia, who Is married. actor PeterJLawford.. right of said Circuit Court ested .in said business. i
Dated at .Bunnell. Florida this
July 16-23-30 & Aug 6-Uc
_la the L. A. Press Club. 16th day of July. 1959.

IN CJI. NrERY 'NO. 3786 July 30 & Aug. 6-13-2o-4tc


55 184c Defendant. Notice is hereby given that the
NOTICE TO DEFEND undersigned, pursuant to Chapter:
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: 20953.: Laws of Florida 1941. will
t Fred M smer : register with the Clerk of the Cir-
White....Haven Road cuit Court in and for Flagler County .
W ;: ,: ) Grand Island; New York Florida upon receipt of proofof
You are hereby notified that a publication of this notice, the-
suit has been flied against you in fictitious name, to-wit:
; GET THE POINT Pretty the above entitled cause: and you FLAGLER PIER RESTAURANT
vJrvr (. Pat McLaughlin treads with are hereby required to file your answer under which I am engaged at sell-
f ; {f I with the Clerk of this Court. ing food at Flagler Beach. Florida. .
1 trepidation through the prickly 'land to serve a copy thereof upon and that the undersigned is the-

plants of'a Silver Springs, Fla., the plaintiff, or plaintiffs attorney. only person interested in .said busi-
whose name and address is: ness.
rock garden. Ray ReldcnSelden Dated at Bunnell Florida this
Building i 6th day of July, 1959.
Daytona Beach Floridanot I MARGARET GIVENS

t later than August 21st. A. D. : July 9-16-23-30--4tp
1959. I .
\ If you fall to do 80, decree pro NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
confesso will be entered against NAME LAW
t yOU for the relief demanded in the TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
\ bill of complaint. The nature of Notice is hereby given that the
said suit being for divorce undersigned, pursuant to Chapter
WITNESS my hand and seal of 20953 Laws of Florida. 1941. will
t said Court this 17th day' of JulyA. register with the' Clerk of the Cir-
\ BACKWARD FLIP Peruvian right back Willy Fleming flips r>. 19f)9.Omclal cuit Court, in and for Flagler County -

backwards daring a soccer match with English team to bonn ( Seal RALPH E. HARBERT Florida, upon receipt of proofof
Clerk of said Circuit Court publication of this notice the
the visitors 41. July 23-30 & Aug. 6134tcIN : fictitious name to-wit

{. under which we are engaged In
*. IN CHANCERY. CASE NO. renting cabins, at Bunnell Florida,
l'l'r H. T. COOK and that the undersigned are the- .

; tI /Plaintiff, only business.persons interested in said
: C :y.v; -:8-
g EDITH VYN also sometimes Dated at Bimnell. Florida this-
known as EDITH VIN and 3rd day of July 1959.C. .
'/ .y Ynr Defendants.IN SUSIE RIDDELL
r a THE NAME OF THE STATEOF July 9-:16-23-30-4tc:

ig EDITH VYN also sometimes NOTICE
; .r. I B. FROST, whose place of residence the Board of County Commission
___ Is unknown to plaintiff 'f ers' will receive sealed bids on the
living, and if dead, their unknown 3rd 'day of August A. D. 1959 ,at
WHATEVER spouses, heirs at law. devisees the hour of 9:00 o'clock A.M. in
TO I legatees, grantees creditors, lien- the office of the Clerk of the Cir
a Silky Sullivan, the. great ors. or any person claiming by. cuit' Court in the Flagler County .
I II' ; wonder horse? Here through under or against the defendants Court House for the following:
is, still Edith Vyn, also some One (1) new electric cold
winning handicaps at Hollywood I times known as Edith. Vin. deceased water 'drinking fountain to be
Park' but the legend is and Qlark B. Frost* deceased installed on second floor of
., and against any and all Court House.
gone. persons (save and except' The successful bidder to furn-
i I plaintiff herein) having or claiming ish fountain all materials and
: any right title or interest in the complete installation for
I and: to the lands situate and beIng service.
:ail I In Flagler Beach Flagler County The board reserves the right to-

WORLD OUTDOORS Florida, more particularly described reject any and all bids.
I as follows, to-wit: DATED at Bunnell. Florida this
LIGHT AND SHADOW Snow and flowers form a picture anda All of Block Fix (6), exceptthe '21st day of July. A. D. 1959.
Hits s 11QlL ii x north 150 feet thereof,. in C. H. COWART, Chairman.
frame. picture of the Dolomite mountains In Italy- was taken > br Gold Coast Subdivision. Flag- ATTEST:

I from a window. ler Beach. 'Flagler County. RALPH E. HARBERT. Clerk
Florida. according to a plat July 23-2tc
i I. thereof on file in the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
I Court of Flagler County. NOTICE IS' HEREBY GIVEN that .
Florida. In Plat Book 1, Page the Board of .Public Instruction, or
Is for the
TROLLING one way 23.You.
Flagler County Florida
win receive -
; a small craft to are'hereby required to file sealed bids at the office of
and serve your answer to the Bill the- Superintendent of Public Instruction -
,satisfy passengers who wish to of Complaint, filed herein againstyou
at the Court House in
fish and his passengers who just In the above entitled cause on Bunnell. Florida up until 2:30 m.
want a boat ride. And. additionally or before the' 10th day of August. on Thursday, the 13th day of August
'I A. D. 1959 upon H..T. Cook. Esquire ,. A. D. 1959 for the furnishing'of
wIrLt .
: it's fish- herein,
a highly productive plaintiffs attorney all labor and material and per-
ing whose adddresa la Citizens DankBul1dng the work the
technique. forming for correction -
Florida. "The
and repair of unsatisfactorywork
There are many times when Flagler Tribune" is hereby designated in tHe Band Room. Cafeteria
iT i-; : fish will show no interest in either as the newspaper in which Building Primary Class Rooms
this order shall be published oncea
live or artificial lures, fished in week for four consecutive weeks. Elementary Bath Rooms. Elementary -
Class Rooms and Walkways
:the conventional manner, yet will HEREIN FAIL NOT OR. A DECREE to the Bunnell School and all 'necessary -
., respond readily to either "bait"if ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR attendant facilities so as to-
comply with drawings and specifications -
12 is trolled in proper fashion. SUCH FAILURE. In connection with the erec-
The nature of this suit is to ;
Perhaps one of'the reasons foreclose certain tax liens. I tion and completion of the above,

trolling is productive is that troll- WITNESS my hand and seal at I I named project
specifications are on
ing doubles the amount of time Bunnell. Flagler' County.. Florida,, file at the offlca of the County Superintendent -
... this 2nd day of J'uly.A. D. 1959.
actually spent in fishing. The lure (CourSealt) RALPH E. HARBERT and at the office of
the Architect. Alfred G. Kemmerer
T is always in the water, always on Clerk Flakier Circuit County Court Florida i 925 North Atlantic Avenue Day-

I the move-and the fisherman isn't July. 9.16-23.30-1tc( tona Beach. Florida. Copies of
these plans obtained by
may .
wasting time moving his boat Bid-
prospective General Contract
MOTHER SHIP .' The Qerlmei"tal X-14 rocket plane Is. from one "good looking spot" to FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA dens from the architect by depositing -

"mother at the start of Its first.powerless another. IN CHANCERY NO. 3783 Ten Dollars ($10.00) per set
dropped by the B-52 ship RAYMOND MASIAS same to be fully refundable If bid
glide to earth. Trolling is sometimes best durIng ,Plaintiff Is submitted and documents returned -
within five (5) days after
hot when fish vs.
weather are
.. ........ .. .. . bid date.A .
r t .. ..... .. .. rtftrWWtfWVWWWWWftftFOR eleep_One of the first rules in successful AUDREY M. MASIAS.Defendant certified check or satisfactory

NIGHTST. : trolling is to get the lure NOTICE TO DEFEND bid bond in the amount equal to five
THE, STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: per cent (5 O of the gross bid shall
j down deep where the big fish
Audrey M. Masias be submitted with each bid. Bonds
are. Bottom foods such as crayfish 3285 Overland Avenue for checks of unsuccessful bidders
will be ,returned and that of successful -
Los Angeles.. CaliforniaYou
AMBULANCE 'and aquatic insects are a staple
are here notified that a suit bidders retained and to become .
E t PHONE VAlley 4.162i item on the fish menu, so it has been filed against you in the the ole property of the
Board of Public Instruction until
makes sense to get a lure down above entitled cause; and you are
such time the' shall
SERVICE bidder fully
hereby required to file your gnawer
r AUGUSTINE.FLORIDA where the fish are feeding.The with the Clerk of this Court. comply with the bond and contractrequirements
best speed for trolling is and to serve a copy thereof upon as set. forth. in these

i t Never be hesitant c about caUteg:.a Garcia Ambulance We. "slow"-although' some fish win the whose plaintiff name or and plaintiffs address attorney Is; specifications.The. Board. reserves the' right to ,

/ cad take a lure that moves a bit fast.The Ray Selden *el3ct any and/or all bids and to
i t are always at your aerrtoe ,with proaapteees, ofety Selden Building* take sufficient time to examine the
experienced troller tries several
Daytona, Beach. Floridanot 'qualifications of the bidders and
*xp riDc* speeds until he discovers later than August 28 A.= D. 1959. waive Informalities. in the bids
for If you fail to do so.. decree pro submitted. -
Which one is right a given i
and InhaUtorGarcia confesso will be entered againstyou
Equipped With
,ter. In trolling as in e-ery other bill of complaint. The nature of COUNTY, FLORIDABy

t Funeral: Home ); ,' kind of fishing, experimenting is said WITNESS,suit being my for hand divorce.and seal of RAYMON_ F. TUCKER Chairman. i.

.:always fun and often profitable. said Court this 22 day of July A.D. ATTEST: ; '

';.?, P. GARCIA, Licensed; % n era 1 Director_ Fish .are unpredictable IMS. -- .. Z.and D. HOLLAND. Superintendent;. "1' -
(Official Seal) Ex-Officlrt Secretary to the "
that's of the reason fishing HARBERTClerk Board of Public :
part RALPH!: Instruction, ;t'J
-" ..'_. __ .:.L:' :twiT .JlJt ,1'_ ... ,'. ,....- is'SO- imida'fun; :; -tfy ,;' of said Circuit CourtJuly Flagler County. *. ...
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y t : Flagler County -H'er i I HUDSON PAPER CO. Mr. and Mrs. .Talley's with us, '

I SPONSORS SCHOLARSHIP I f -- ,. Is but a bit ,of clay,

Bring Home. Honors FOR GRADUATES Grand Daughter Which the all wise one above us, -

-y : Mr. and :Mrs. Richard Zalewski Continued from Page 4 I Has said "must moulder to

.. and children -of Indianapolis, !From Camp paper industry for -qualified Dies FridayPatti dust away.

Indiana, are visiting here with young men of Putnam, Clay, There is a hope that lingers
. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. An- !I By Mr. and Mrs. L. W. McMillan St. Johns, Flagler, Volusia, .Mar- Jo Boyd, young daughter Together with this house of

t> drew Zalewski. and Mrs. Lee Blakely ion and Dixie counties. I II of' Mr. and Mrs. Orvel Boyd of clay
: The' fourteen girls and seven Under the operation of the Mt. Dora, died in a Jacksonville

'J. ; teen boys who, with County Agent 'I I new program, the young man hospital early. Friday morning That little Patti who has left us,

Mrs. D. M. Hughes Homer- Howard Taylor, spent last participating, attends school for following a 10ng-'lllness.' Shall return in that last great

(i'i. .. yule Georgia is the houseguest I! week in Camp at Cherry Lake cne semester of study and then ., day.

. of M;. and Mrs. M, B. Fuller this ;i near: Madison, Florida, returned .actually works in the 'Hudson Patti Jo, who is a grand For He who was in the beginning .

1.;: week. home Saturday with glowing.reports Woodlands Division as a temp daughter 'of .Mr. and Mrs. F. A.' ,

; ,., of a week well spent. orary employee for the 'next 'se- Talley of Bunnell. She.was born And knoweth,all things well,
r' :. Chaperones for the group were February 12, 1958 and had experienced Shall return with all' such as
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Zalewski mester. He keeps alternating be-
L. W. McMUlan four or more major
' :Mr. and Mrs. I little Patti:
tween the University and
had as their guests for several comp-
;,and Mrs. Lee Blakely. The. operations in her short life. And change the house where
days last week their aunt and I any employment until he corns -
leaders were proud of the fine Funeral lt. Dora Sunday.The % .
f" ;' uncle Mr. and Mrs. Joe Casperof I pletes schooling at the University they dwelled.This ,
.' spirit in which our Club members Talleys are spending' a few hope we have for little PattiIs
>.t' : Michigan. Also with and receives his degree.
Utica ,
'f ': them were their son and daught I entered 'into the various Graduates interested in applying days there with their: son' in law not for her alone; .

'. er in law. rf' I j phases of camp life. They proved for participation in the new and daughter. But for all that'lava and serve

'. 1 themselves outstanding in all program should apply by- contacting THE HOUSE OF:CLAY Him,
{sports and camp activities. J. C. Phone REdwood t I Who prepares for us' a home.
. Miss Judy Lewis is ,visiting in j I Vining, -
Outstanding in their particular Little. Patti Jo's tabernacle is So let take
Jacksonville with her cousin for j 4.5716, DeLand. The first I II : us new caurage
group in swimming were with us, To serve Him night and day
;J a few days. She returned home i it I entrant under the program will
& last'w k from Tallahassee 2 Betty Lynn' Bourne, Emma Jean be selected before August 15 in The house where she did dwell, And leave this house of little
|Lovelace, Judy Lewis MarySu- But now she has departed and Patti's
61 where she participated in the' order to qualify for admissionto
san ,Brannam, and Brenda Tucker. left us, To moulder to dust away.
; Girls State Activities. While there j the University this fall term.SALES
j ::. To the where all is well.
beyon4 J
she served as Associate editor ot'| II
-Her Grandpa
of The little house ,she has left I
the Girls State Book, was elected Selections the best all- around ,.
.'. I cabins for both boys and I --
tax assessor of her
; as city gov-j ....
';> named girls were announced just priorto r
; ernment and was also j jv
breaking camp Saturday.
as reporter for the city. j
.; Flagler County members of the
\ r. l .tr Full or part-time. Good pay for qualified person willingto
Mr. and Mrs., 'Leon ,Novak i "Best Girls Cabin" were Susan'I work. at

f< have as their house guests their j I Carle, Gail Wadsworth, and Apply

i son and daughter in law, Mr. Margie Lee Blakely; and mem- BAKER'S 5 & 10 Bunnell, Florida

:: r and Mrs. Arthur Novak and bers of the "Best Boys' Cabin"

their two children of Detroit, were Mike McMillan, Jessie Ov- .

Michigan. 'They have also spent erby,' and Randy Morris. r

t\- four days visiting in Miami, and I The campers ,of ,each of the CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.

, plan to return. to Detroit. Friday. I twelve cabins selected their own .
cabin leader and among those .
i H. CRAIG. Funeral Director:
selected were Pat Niesen. Nell DOWN
Tommy Reese of California has Associate *
.fi;: spent several days here with Johnston Mary Susan Brannam *
t'f, '.! his brother in law and,, sister
;: Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Green, at I and Mike ,Cook. The chaperones WISE ADVERTISING. CALLUS. CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I LADY I EQUIPPED \
Stone I were pleased that Flagler ATTENDANT
County boys and girls were ,se- .

(. j\\1 Mr. and Mrs.-Duane Deen and lected to'serve as cabin leaders I YOUR ADVERTISING NEEDS. Phone ID 7.3532
i' Elaine and Suellen for six of the twelve 'cabins. .
daughters, ,
.. spent the past weekend in Tarn I Topping honors was Mike Mc- I. NEWSPAPER ADS'5EU FOR SURE 201 E..MOODY,BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA
Millan, best sqiiad leader from
t pa attending .the County Judges .
[' Association Conference there I the entire four counties camping : )> r \ -. ..

together, and Patty Niesen .
all-around '. ...- -- -- .... ... .. ...... .
of Mr. and Mrs. was chosen best .."" I "!
Recent guests ",.. "'- yl.f2
i '., John include her broth. camper. of the entire camp. -. ... < '
Durrance .
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1. .
The of .....__ ;-...
was composed
\ camp
Daniel and her '
Davis nephew 1i
er, fi. (} .
J '
4-H'ers from :
:.,. and nieces, Mr. and Mrs. about 100 Baker Your .m'pn'eV ,. ( L
: Rudy Weldon and Miss Elizabeth Gilchrist,. Dixie and"Flagler I i 'of t..::.:::.:.:::::l.)L-.....".'"\'\ '.' >

t Ward of BelIe ountain. counties. << 5
Campers from Flagler County -
, : Ohio. '
goes'further"S /
&...!'' who participated in the Camp :

,;= Guests of Rev. and Mrs. W. |were Emma Jean Lovelace, Al-

\ L. Spicer Jr., over the weekend llda Tucker, Brenda Tucker, Bet during our Ford Summer Swapping J Bee! : :-

-f : were Carl Leonard, Miss Roberta ty Lynn Bourne, Patty Niesen, \
r Miss Susan Carle, Faye. Bass, Mary I
McKnight Betty Oliver
rF. I STOP throwing money down
and George Robbins, of Bristol, Susan Brannam, Margie Lee .I I the drala repairing your .
Tenn. Miss McKnight is a cous Blakely Judy,Lewis, Nell Johnston ,.. 1 present ear and burning extra

in of Rev. Spiced: Hope Hatcher* ,. Gail Wads !t gas and oil as older cars do. I II
I ,. worth, and Susan McMillan : STOP watching your car go
( down in resale value before 1
Mrs. Ji: c. Hall has returned to Charles ,Morrell, Flynn Edmonson != your eyes..missing the"*
her home here' Thursday after Randy Morris Jackie McCabe comfort,fun and safety of anew
I Townsend Mickey Ford on your vacation trip.
a month spent in, points of Ohio I .
;"r' visiting with relatives an l Ramsey, Mike Cook, Tommy l
d1 Kahlert Levi Brannam Jr., John _. SWAP white our tremendota
i .
t ..\;. sates.let us give the i.wst
Simpson, Mike McMillan, Jessie
tt .> tremendous trade-ins in out
, Mr., and Mrs. E. S. Morris ire Overby, Elbert Tucker, Kent Hol- ; : t, r S .x.\.,..., I history.SWAP before your
I I vacation...when you can get
L. spending two weeks vacation in land, .Albert Johnston John I the most pleasure out of a nex
and David Brown. ,
Kentucky and North Carolina. .v car.SWAP on a car that wit]
fi All of those attending camp .. ..- I I } \ stay in style..stay worth

f. CARD OF THANKS report a most enjoyable week !' u more..the world's most

would and are hoping to be able togo d beautifully proportioned car.
With deepest gratitude I
like to extend this word of I, again ,next year.
i; SAVE ea first equipped cost
t'. } \ ...up to$55 a year on gas ?
t.: expressions Veterans AffairsConsultnat and oil...with an aluminized J
muffler that lasts longer.SAVE
JI;.. and ,flowers sent t'the death with no-wax Diamond Lustre

-. of my brother, .Paul Choate. To Finish\ ..with a long-lasting

t" .. ,Mrs. Edith Allen. This Area |j standard 66-plate battery.
Visit I FORD COUNTRY SEDAN. |Is j SAVE on a honey of ideal
'Raymond Smith, ,County Service duringforcrsSummerSwappin,
7 Officer for Flagler County

r No. 200. has invited Joe A. Crawford to .
'. ..
1': & A. M.
consultant dis- '
his office as'a to < :
'' Meets :First and Third Tuesday cusS technical questions and ',', : '- ,

; .. Dean" M. Peterson W. M.' problems with, veterans ;and .
. their survivors ,or dependents residing ;
JOHN ,. ,CLEGG. Secy. y
IF' c' i. a -\
, w' in this area, with regard f : "v* .

r !' to Veterans Administration bene- +
Ford'bas .
Every ,
2 FOR' fits such, as' hospitalization ed FORD CUSTOM 300 TUDOR SEDAN ; SAFETY CLASS in every window -
'" ucation and <\training, insurance, \ ...
t:'. SHELL FILL & SAND I disability, widows and dependent -

parents benefits, GI housing (.. .j...ihetelltMef.IIi.a1IS9 FRDS c ; ':
'DIRT.CONTRACTS loans, etc. H .-** -

,'<,., .' .CAUL. ,You may ,make (an appoint :: i Moot 1 ? : ': "';
!- ment'with' [Mr.' Crawford in advance n yGI JB AiII1fW.lY' FROPaEnOHED. CABS .'*i .

j.". +p. through::the County 'Service -, i. '4. fi f : !:7

t'..... EMIL .MISSINNE. .' Officer 'at .the Court .House, fcT"

.c ,. Pheae' .HE 9-2094 n Bunnell: Mere;. Mr.: ,Crawford ,., Bunnell Motor'Company. ) / }:

may .be. contacted personally {
"' on '. .- :; "'"
'-ti .F1: GLERi'BtAC.X. [ wedndayAug't'51959. .from : '- '
;. .' : P.-:M... If You're>< "Utere teJm. a_ aQi Used Car-Be See ::Your Ford... Dealer '
: '... ., :30Ito'l.OQ.: '-;'''..--'-- "" ... '; ._.. . 'If..'r > ...,. :'NJtfJ. ..- .' ,
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