The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
September 24, 1959
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
29.4675 x -81.256944


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
Succeeded by:
Palm Coast news
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Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune


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:47, +NO..37 BUNNELL, FLORIDA. ; 4'HURSDAY, SEPT. 24, 1959 $2.50 A YEAR

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District W. M. Methodist' Sunday t ,
: Millage
Association School To Hold ,

/ Sets Millage: at The St., Johns Promotion Day Is Reduced

W.M.U. t'
Sunday will be promotion day
Same Amounts will be held I Formed at the Methodist Sunday School
" 8, at 10 A.M. In I Mrs.: George Clegg said today. For This YearThe

";, The Board of County Commissioners Baptist Church,;,of L. Gage) There will be no classes at the f

have completed ,their Annual reports ijonal meeting of regular Sunday School hour but I
budget for 1959-60, fixing the by the present' the Flagler Beach the ,children ''are,.asked to meet city commission of Bun-
;; -tax levy at the same figure as officers will be was held on in their classrooms at. 10:45. nell has reduced its millage for
of last year.., stated. "- the budget year beginning October -
The classes will go from the
The millages are: General 1 nearly one-third.
is made up of a classrooms. into the sanctuaryfor
Fund 1.2 mills; road and bridge from; the various Last year millage was 9 mills
the 11 o'clock service. The
-fund 3J mills and mosquito con &nd. in the for operations and 2 mills for
Beach Tax :'groups promotion ceremony will be con.
trol district 3.1 mills. bonds and interest This year
*tzations Flag ducted during the service.
Taxpayers, however will paya } 6 mills are for, operations and
'. : } nted are as fol. The 'worship service will be in
slightly greater amount be- 1 mill for bonds ,and Interest.
Submitted charge of the pastor, Rev W. L.
the Board of Public Instruction Mrs. The total budget for this yearis
group Spicer, Jr.Jones.
t. levied 2.9 mills more for their 'Community $69,747.99. For last year it

J. general fund-that is 6 mills as ; JrL.' Baker; Bap- was $71,631.38.The .
j against 41 last' year. Also so Meth- reduction in millage was
-called "wild land" owners will brought about, principally, by
Lyman Gage; to SpeakTo
pay more taxes as .the valuation The Flagler J. Harkness; budgeting this year funds carried
was boosted from '$4 to $6 an roll for all Mrs. Flossie over from last year. For instance
acre. been submitted to Club Businessmen there was a $17,000 surplus
s Woman| ,
The total school millage is 10 missioners by Garden Club, Mrs. I in funds accumulated from
In the district'all of the county who also serves as past years.
Teensters Club
) and 6, making a total of 16 assessor. ;; Catholic Church ;At Meet Tonight There was an increased valuation -

",' 'mills. This together with, the The town Slaugh; Firemen of approximately $121,000on
commissioners 7.8 ,mills gives a I the new tax assessment roll.
meet October 1 Paul Fire-
on Kelly; Wallace H. Jones, Community
total levy for. most taxpayers,the 'town hall l Kelly; Seventh Development Specialist, of the-
., 233 mills. tax I Mrs. R.. B
a equalizing' Florida Development Commission VFWAuxiliary
The county;reduced its budget meeting they will I Beach Parent will be here to t meet with

somewhat also. The general act upon all I ? Mrs..Jloss. the.Bunnell Business Men's As* Meets Officers
fund budget;laSt year' ,was $192- jections to' the in the.county sociatlon at 8 o'clock tonight
23380. This year it is $186,677.60. shown in the 'for this
s .
"Road bridge fund last,year is up I ment roll.Those .."Flagler.< County Thursday Night *

r -slightly,from $177,315.14 to $18?,- who have' clat1on,- Alfred It is expected that the bylawswill I Sixteen ladies signed for membership ,
_. '729.98 The fine and forfeiture listings or' valu Methodist Church also be; ,adopted at this I to the V.F.W. Auxiliaryof
' fund';: last year, 'was ,$35,947.50. erty on the< roll M. Moody; meeting. Copies of the by-laws i the Flagler County Post 5213.
h 'The largest increase- 'item in this with the town ty Public School were" presented to each memberat "Mrs. Clarice Yarbrough, Or.
year's' fine and',forfeiture fund before the :m 1)'Tucker; Flagler the last :meeting so they lando,' district /president, pre.sided"over
': "budget wad|,, a. raise for ,conic Flagler Jfefch'sjto: ..*frs. lisaTil. would have. time,, tq,study them .the?meeting and was

+4. _"- ,,, 1ton' 1eei.arom$8100- last':.year last year,- was .$ :Latter Day Saints, before "the'meetihg tonight: assisted by 'Mrs. Louise Stewart,
J" to $],1QO.U1Is, year.: tax levy of 'Blnlils. ;: All members': ,the association_ Orlando, 'district vice president,

I This year the'; Howard Taylor; i are urged to attend the meeting Mrs. Catherine Musick, Orlando,
Mrs. Will roll has been I Clarence Shultzr tonight, President Leo department president, and Mrs.
Bakers I
praised on a one F&A M, Duane said today.. Bertha Kingsley, district secretary
cent'valuation. Citizens Council, and president of the De-
Head TB DriveMrs. tax 'roll. totals $ ; Idlewood Club, VFW s Land chapter.
tion this year, 4I'b. and Mrs. I Nomination of officers, proem

Camie Lynn of Bunnell personal property ; Future Farmers Junior PoliceOrganization were: president, Dorothy
I this week accepted the chairmanship At the town Cummings. Barber; senior .vice president,
; of the 1959 Christmas ing last Thursday was first on Mary Tucker; junior vice president

Seal campaign for Flagler coun- commissioners I a unanimous, Clarice Taylor; treasurer,
ty which opens on November 16 limit on taxes. L. Gage as The Flagler County V.F.w. Shirley Hardin; chaplain, Hattie
and will run through December. the board was Babbitt as vice- Post'/met Tuesday evening at the King; conductress, Lois Higgin-
The announcement of Mrs. Mayor R. L. M I Mrs.' R. R. 'Mosby Bunnell,Community Center when bbtham; guard Ann McKenzie;

Lynn's appointment was made meeting of the were also they had as their guest speaker I three-year trustee, Blanche Ak-

"by James Patterson, field 'con. day I evening.Boy I the. slate.. Department Commander Alex ers; two-year: trustee, Shirley
sultant for the Florida Tuberculosis 40 interested- per-,I Littlefield, Jr. I Day; and one-year trustee, Jean

and Health Association And from Palczewski.
The two trophies which will
who said, "Under the dedicated through- I be presented to the outstanding Open installation of the chap.
of Mrs. ter of the V.F:W. and
leadership Lynn, the 53rd Staters attended. linesman and the outstanding Auxiliary
annual 1 5213 will be held at the Civic
Christmas. Seal campaign of Mrs. I back on the Bunnell High School
will be one of which we At LegionBoy Billy Babbitt, and Football Team this year were Center, October 1, 1959, at 8 p.m.
all be All prospective members
can proud. was appointed displayed. Post Commander Wil wish.
Mrs. Lynn said, "I am sure and Girl and regulations fred Hunter said today "we are ing to join, or wishing information -

the campaign will be. a success honored guests care of the build. wondering 'whose name will be concerning the auxiliary are

because the men, women, and meeting of The I engraved on the trophies." urged to contact any of the
children of Flagler county are i and The American tq concentrate The method of awarding the above officers or members.
deeply concerned'about the tuberculosis iliary completion of re
on Monday trophies will be based on sportsmanship .
'problem throughout Bunnell adjacent building practice, attitude, and RegistrationDeadline
< Florida as well as in this area. During the A new bath- an acedemic 'average of 85.

The funds that,they voluntarily; Shields and installed, the The post also]voted to sponsorthe : -
and .in the privacy of. their own giving an 'renovated, Junior Police organizationfor .

homes, contribute for Christmas State Session In- windows added- the county. This will in. Is Near.

Seals, do much to help prevent summer. the interior will clude boys 10, years and. up,
TB and to bring those who haveit JoAnn Morris project. Hunter said. : Only eight more days are left

to the care of physicians, thus representatives I Beach, PTA will' One new member, Euen Story, to register for the November 3rd
resulting in a' remarkable saving State -in Friday evening was welcomed. elections. The registration books

of lives." .i on the 'activities' I from 6:30 to Mr. Hunter also asks each will remain open 'through Satur-

Mrs. Lynn pointed out that the The State I 'Mrs. ,Marge member to return the' tickets to, day, October 3.-,
tuberculosis association works sponsored, by I esenta ve to the John Day by October 1. Mrs. 'Gladys peen said those
year-round' ':'to" protect -us from Legion and of these who wish to register may do so

this clisease and to' safeguard Auxiliary, are DRIVER PERMIT at,-her 'office on the second floor i

our children, now and in the fu, of, city, county, : *Haines, Flagler DEADLINE NEARSNext of the Flagler County Court-
ture." '. mentrput, into representative, house. She also reminds those
"By contributing:: for; and selected from of securing Wednesday, September : who have naturalization papersto
making'liberal"use of ChriStmasSeals of 'high'scho 1s. the Tenn Dances 30, is the deadline for 'securing' bring them to the office when

," she said, "we assure an are paid ,by the : Saturday'night your renewal driver's license, they come to register as they
educational campaign: which alerts '- and Auxiliary o'clock., AU clubs without penalty.. After Wednesday are necessary. jegister.
us ''on h6Vto prevent and the state.,This ye to sponsor these those renewing their license She 'also said those who have'

control tuberculosis--our greatest in the county 'month each and must pay ;a penalty,of $1 been registered and who have
of all communicable disease ond girl' from" or ,more adults to or stand 'the. drivers examina been married since they regis-

killers. Our'Christmas Seal:contributions School,.to- "the- ,..Girls_..., e; also to.,bring tion.Those tered must, comeby and make \ .
help:also to' support 'each ,week in the who are' using drivers the necessary changes in the

the research, pees, both' national Dromdajis:a and- -;dance: Ipermlts must:'renew/their r.ortake name and' address so they may
and statewide,. 'which two-humpe&of # mits, : :the examinationover receive their identification cardsin

eventually will.1JdiC aboet:{the training "Halloween Par- as-there are no delinquent, order to, vote In the coming

eradication, of. : tu'"i"7.' ,"31: V- A Zt on 'pof :8)' renewal. permits.- elections'
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,: 'State ResidentsEarnings last,year, or 79 per cent 'of'their I of state and local governments. ;"ted to the,socia l' lns'ui'ance;: pro "-:' '..-; -: v.
: total income. The" 21 per cent I increased 19.per cent. gram lastyearVM; -* r !> :r '

;' balance ,($1,752,000,000) of Floridlan Not,included in the total in: I m 1r laglr OhrilnrarBUHITKLL.

f" : Grow: Income, came. 'from public come figure is a sum of $143 million There are some- 6,000 knownsubspecies FLORIDA
. salaries wages and payments. which.Floridians contribu and varieties of. ants: I
The earnings of Floridians last The national ratio was 82 percent _
from private sources and MRS; M. B. .FULLER, Editor
year came _to a record_ total, of I "
$8334,000,000-up, 8'per cent from 18 per 'cent, from. public sources. -
Dee..ttMI ,Official P lItUcaU.
1957, a rate of gain ,which rank- The full impact of
federalspending ]: CRAIG FUNERAL-HOME I.. Pablle x.UHa ., Flatter
ed Florida in sixth place among is not' revealed by I I .. Cuty. .Mnnlelpalltle taerelad

. the states. these ratios, however, as 'profitsof A.' H. CRAIG. Funeral .DirectorJOHN the State ef rierida
Throughout the, southeast In. private firms doing business '
, HABDIN. Associate
4 cent and the national with public agencies classi
come rose per are Entered a* eeeead 'elaM matter
r average was up 2 percent fied as' private income. AIR: LADY OXYGEN Febraary *,1813,at. the ...t.See

the Florida .State Chamberof From 1957 ,to 1958 earnings of CONDITIONEDCHAPEL' I EQUIPPED at Bell n.wI",. user act ..
Commerce reported yester Floridians from private sources I ATTENDANT AMBULANCES I March 3, 1ST8.

day.From gained 7 per cent. At the same I .

.. private,.industries, farm. time, federal government payrolls !I Phone ID 7-3532 One year .$uQ
- r ing and businesses of all types, and payments to Floridians, j I elx monUus 11.25 I
, Floridians earned :$6,582,000,000 grew by.10 per cent and payrolls I .

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.' men', in the IN THE COURT -OF THE COUNTY' NOTICE OF SPECIAL !MASTER'S I I RESOLUTION weeks in The Flagler Tribune, a
Conti-I I JUDGE! OF FLAGLER'COUNTY. SALE WHEREAS it Is necessary and newspaper of general circulation
\ nental Marines',of 1775 FLORIDA Notice Is hereby given that un- imperative that additional revenueto throughout the,County of Flaglerand

; green Coats: 'shirts 'IN. RE: der and pursuant to that certain that to be raised by General published in said County thata
wore green Estate of James A. Baxley Final Decree of Foreclosure and I Levy, be obtained for the operation notice specifying the names of
and breeches of. light colored Deceased Sale rendered on the 15th day of .and maintenance of the public free the inspectors and clerks of election
NOTICE OF1' ENTRY OP ORDER September. A.D.-1959. by the Hon- schools in Special Tax School DistrictNo. in said District, shall be published -
cloth. OF ADMINISTRATION' orable Geo. Win. Jackson, one of 1 .in Flagler County. Florida, as once in said newspaper at
UNNECESSARY the Judges of the Seventh Judicial created under and by vlrute of the least fifteen (15) days before ,the

Ilf THE CIRCUIT COURT OF All persons having claims or demands -. Circuit of the State of Florida, in i laws of the State ,of Florida, and holding of said election. .
PLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA against the estate of JAMESA. and for Flagler County, in that J I this Board estimated that for the I BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDby
IN CHANCERY. 8823 BAXLEY the above-named decedent certain cause lately pending in the next two years a 10 mill tax on said Board that the Chairmanand
known circuit Court of Flagler County. the real and personal property Secretary of this Board are
JOHN a* hereby' notified that an I
JEAN VID1talso. are Florida, in Chancery wherein H. T. telephone telegraph, and railroads instructed tp take all other or fur-
administration unnecessary -
'Plaintiff. order has of.been entered by the Hon- Cook was plantiff and Edith Wyn. I in said district is necessary for the ther steps as may be needful In
accordance with law to this
also sometimes known as Edith exclusive purpose of operating and carry
I orable Duane A. Deen. county VIn and Clark B. Frost were defendants maintaining the public free schoolsin Resolution into effect.
MARGARET VIDALISDefendant judge: that the total'value of said 1, the undersigned Special I said district. and PASSED, in open session by the
estate is 1150000. that the name Board of Public Instruction of
Master in Chancery will, on I
NOTICE TO DEPEND and address of the one to whom the 2nd day of November. : WHEREAS. It is required that Flagler County. Florida, at Its
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: said estate has been assigned by day 1959 at the north door of ''I three Trustees of said Special Tax meeting on the 8th day of Sep-
Mon-I School.District No 1 be elected-
Mrs Margaret Vidalis Is, Flagler County Court H tember, A. D 1959. *
Route $.' Box 847New "Catherine .Bailey, RFD. Bunnell. Bunnell. Flagler County. THEREFORE. BE IT RESOLVEDBY I (Seal). RAYMON F. TUCKER
Orleans, Louisiana ""' THE Board 'of Public Instruction Chairman
Florida. the regular and legal of the Board of Public
You are hereby. notified that a CATHERINE 'BAXLBY.. of during sale offer for sale and sell at .of Flagler County Florida Instruction of Flagler County. .
that election is hereby calledto
has been filed against you in
uit a-l0-17-U--Uc
Sept. to the highest and I I
the above entitled cause; and you be held on the date herein fixed ATTEST
best bidder therefor for cash in
are hereby required to file your an- NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS hand in order to satisfy said Final I for the purpose herein specified. Z. D. HOLLAND. Superintendentand
awer with the Clerk of this Court. NAME LAW Decree of Foreclosure and Sale BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDBY ex-offlcio Secretary to the
And to serve a copy thereof upon TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: aforesaid the following described said Board that, an election Board of Public Instruction.
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, Notice Is.hereby given that the lands situated lying and being in shall be and is hereby ordered to Sept. 24 &. Oct. 1.3.16-4tc
-whose name and address is: pursuant to County. Florida to-wit: be held in Special Tax School Dis-
W. Cecil Grant SfflTEJft of-Jilorlda, SrSffirfstefwlth Flagler All of Block Six (6). except trict No. I, Flagler Count Flor- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
407% Main Street the Clerk of the Cir- the north 150 feet thereof in ,ida, at the voting places in said FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA.
Daytona Beach. Floridanot Court in and for Flagler Coun- Gold Coast Subdivision. Flag- District hereinafter designated on IN CHANCERY NO. 3827
later than October. 23rd A.D., ty cuit Florida upon receipt of proof le r Beach. Flagler County. the 3rd day of November, 1959, at JAMES E. :MARX. "
1959. publication of' this notice, the County, Florida, according to which election shall be submittedto Plaintiff
fall to do so. decree proconfesso the qualfied electors qualified to
If you name to-wit ,a plat thereof on file In the, vs.
will be entered againstyou I I whichwe vote In such election residing in
Johnsons Fish Camp under office of the Clerk of the Cir HELEN C. :
for the relief demanded in the engaged at renting boats of Flagler County, said District, who have' paid taxes MARX.Defendant.. .
bill of complaint. The nature ,of and are selling bait and tackle at Florida, in Plat Book 1. page on real or personal property in NOTICE TO DEFEND
said suit being for divorce. Flagler Beach on AlA Florida, 23.together. said District as required by law, THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
WITNESS my hand and seal of the the following proposition to-wit:
undersigned are
and that the with' all and singular; the Helen C. Marx
said Court this 21st day of Sep- Interested in said Determination by election as to
tember A.D. 1959. only persons tenements hereditaments and appurtenances who shall be the Trustees for the 1038 North Dupont Street
Seal ,RALPH E. HARBERT 'thereunto belonging or next succeeding two as Trus- Wilmington Delaware
Court )
( bUN: : Bunnell. Florida, this years
Clerk of said Circuit Court I i I at in any wise appertaining. tees of said Special Tax School District You are hereby notified that a
2nd day of September 1959.1S. ; Dated at Bunnell. Flagler County suit has been filed against you In
Sept. 24' & Oct. 1,8-U--Uc No. 1; such names to be printed -
1. JOHNSON Florida, this 18th day of Sep- on the ballot as may be nomi- the above entitled cause; and you
NOTICE OF ELECTION MARY V. JOHNSON tember. A. D. 1959.GEORGE nated by Petition of five or more are hereby required! to file your an-
& Oct. 1-Up
NOVEMBER 3, 1939 Sept. 10-17-24 NEWTON.. persons filed with said Board at swer with the Clerk of this Court,
A RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR COURT. As Special Master In Chancery'IC 'least fifteen days ottor ta **&. S Vi-I Ir and to aav; 'b t'b 7 evl "upon
I, A. SPECIAL ELECTION TO BE IN THE CIRCUIT CtRSvhIT,1X: EjV < Firs %$ 1A,1 r lag of the election requesting that' the platntUC or vl&V&Utr attorney
HGCC1 U( VbAfiUBSL C.WWVSTT, r'FKTIi 1l1UlCLf.L COUNTY.FLOIUUL 1959. I the names of the persons nominated whose name and address Is:
FLORIDA ON THE aM DAY OF 'FOR. FLAGLER Sept. 24 & Oct. 1-8-1s-.ttc aa Trustees be placed on said Ray Selden
NOVEMBER ;A.D. IMS, FOB-THE J1( EQUITY NO. ; 1 iballots I to be voted on for Trusteesof Selden Building
PURPOSE OF DETERMINING MARLENE. A. DAVVIa attf NOTICE OF CALE I said Special Tax School District 800 Main Street
WHETHER OR NOT THE OFFICE ; Notice is hereby given that under i No.' 1. Daytona Beach, Floridanot
OF COUNTY SPECIAL TAX ROBERT and pursuant 'to that certain Determination of tire number of later than October 2 A. D.' 1959.
SCHOOL DISTRICT TRUSTEES LEENOTICE DAVIS.. Defendant. Final Decree of Foreclosure. and mills of the District School Tax in If you fail to do so, decree pro
SHALLsBE ABOLISHED AND ALL AND Sale rendered on the 15th day of Special Tax School District No. 1 confesso will be entered againstyou
DUTIES OF DISTRICT TRUSTEES TO APPEAR September. A. D. 1959. by the Hon- I to be levied for each of the next for the relief demanded in
SHALL BE VESTED IN THE ANSWER STATE OF orable Geo. Wm. Jackson one of succeeding two years for the exclusive the bill of complaint. The, natureof
COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION IN THE NAME OF THE the Judges of the Seventh Judicial i purpose of operating and said suit being for divorce.
INCLUDING LEVY- FLOIUDA. TO: Circuit of the State of Florida in maintaining the public free schoolsof WITNESS my hand and seal of
ING TAXES PROVIDED BY ART- ROBERT LEE DAVIS ard for Flagler County in that said District, the estimated mill- said Court this ,,27th day of Au-
TICLE XII OF THE .CONSTITU You are hereby notified that a certain cause lately pending in I age required for each of the next gust A.D. 1959. -
TION. suit has been brought against you the Circuit Court of Flagler Coun- two 'years being. 10 mills. (Official Seal)
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE in the Circuit Court of Flagler in Chancery wherein BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDBY RALPH E. HARBERT
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS County. In Equity by MARLENE A. Citizens Bank of Bunnell. a State THIS BOARD that the following Clerk of said Circuit Court
DAVIS'Plaintiff, and you are here- Banking Company was plaintiffand
OF FLAGLER COUNTY. places are hereby desig- Sept. 3-10-11-2f--ftc
I FLORIDA. : by required to file personally or Emil G. Missinne and wife. An- nated as polling places in said District -
1. That 'a special election be and by attorney with the clerk of said na Mae Missinne. were defendants, in which said election is to NOTICENOTICE
the 'same is called to be held in Court your written defenses, if any. being case No. 3813. I the under- be held: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
to the Complaint In' said suit on Clerk of the Circuit Courtin ;
Flagler County. Florida, on Tuesday PRECINCT No.1
Bunnell Court Commissioners
the 3rd day of November, A. D. or before the 19th day of October; Flagler County. Florida, will on House. the Board of County bids the 5th
1959. for the purpose of .determining A. D. 1959, and also to serve a Friday, the 9th day of October. A. PRECINCT No. 2 Flagler Beach will receive sealed A. D. 1959 on at the
whether or not the office of copy 'of your writtendefenses up- D. 1959. at the north front door ,of Chris Karlakls Building. day of October.9.00 o'clock A. :M. in the
& Krol. Solicitors hour of
on Messrs. Osslnsky the Flagler County Courthouse In
county special tax school district
PRECINCT No..3 Haw Creek- Circuit
of the
office of the
for.Plaintiff, at their Florida
trustees shall be abolished and all Bunnell. Flagler County Community Building. Court
-duties of district trustees shall be fice at 411 Main Street. Daytona during the regular and legal hoursof PRECINCT, No.. 3-A Korona-' Court in the Flagler County
vested in the county board of pub- Beach. Florida on or before the sale offer for sale and sell at Church Hall. House for the following:
lic instruction including levying 19th day of October, A. D. 1959as public outcry to the highest and I rPRECINCTNo.4 St. Johns Park fc All liquid petroleum gas to
# taxes provided by Article XII of required by the Florida Equity best bidder therefor for, cash in Community Hall. : used In the Court House for a
the constitution. Rules!, and herein fall not or Decree hand in order to satisfy the said PRECINCT ,No. 4-A Bun n e 11- period ..of one (1) year from the
2. That the places of voting in Pro Confesao and. Final Decree will Final Decree of Foreclosure and i Masonic Temple. date of the approval of such a
-said special election shall be the be entered against you by default. Sale aforesaid the following described PRECINCT No. 5 Espanola- bid.
usual places of voting in said You are further notified that the property; situate lying and Community Hall.PRECINCT Bids to be submitted on a gal- .
county in general elections in name of the instituted which said being in. Flagler County. Florida j No. 5-A AlAs Hlgh- lonage basis delivered to the -.
.. the successful bid-
Flagler County. and to be used in suit has been is the Cir- to-wit: *- wait=Johnso'n.Memorial Chapel. Court House
the Special Election to be held In cuit Court Seventh Judicial Circuitof Beginnlngi a point 107 feet 1 The,foregoing election precincts der to furnish valves all necessary for service.con-
said county on the 3rd Florida. In Equity and that the South of the in nections
day of November East and 156 feet being all the election precincts to
.A.D. 1959 for the ratification title of said cause is as hereinaboveset Northwest Corner of the South said Special Tax School District No. The Board reserves the right

or rejection of Senate Joint forth. half of Tract, running west 1 in Flagler County. Florida.BE reject.. any and all bids.Florida this
Resolution No. 660 proposing an You are further notified that the 151 feet: thence' South 174 feet: IT FURTHER RESOLVED DATED at Bunnell.
.amendment to the Constitution of nature of said suit is 'a, suit for thence East 151 feet; thence that this Board shall appoint the 15th. day of September A. D. 1959.
the State: of Florida. The polls will divorce. North 174 feet to .the point of persons who are to be inspectorsand C. H. COWART
be open at voting places on the WITNESS my hand and seal of beginning All In the South half clerks for}each respective poll- Chairman
day of said Special Election from office at Bunnell, Flagler County. of Tracts 3 and 4.. Block D. Sec- ing place at which said election is ATTEST:
-seveno'clock A. M. until seven o'- Florida this 16th day of September. tion 11. Township 12 South. to be held and shall publish said RALPH E. HARBERT,
clock P.JL on the same day. All A. D. 1959. Range 31 East in Bunnelll Development names as required by law. Clerk .
duly qualified registered electors RALPH E. HARBERT. Company's allotmentas BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat Sept. 17-24 & Oct. 1-3tc
re.ldlng in Flagler County will be As Clerk of the Circuit Courtof per plat filed in the office of there shall be prepared and IN OF
permitted to vote in said special Flakier County. Florida the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof furnished to said Inspectors of election TilE CIRCUIT COURT
election (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) Flagler County. Florida, also I for use at said election the FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA-IN
3. The same persons who have OSSINSKY &" KROL a 29 foot strip of land running necessary ballot boxes and ballotsas CHANCERY NO. 3836
been or will hereafter be appoint- Solicitors for' Plaintiff ; from the west line of this -description required by law: that the formof BERNICE TAYLOR.
ed Inspectors and Clerks the 411 Main Street to the John Anderson ballot to be used in said elec- Plaintiff e
Special Election to be held"in said Daytona Beech; Florida Highway beginning 243 feet and tion shall be substantially as follows -(I.
county on the 3rdwday of November Sept. 17-24 & Oct. .1-8-ttc 272 feet South of the North line : TAYLOR.
A. D. 1959. the ratification or of the South Half of Tract 4. SPECIAL -TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT! Defendant.
rejection of Senate Joint Resolution IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Block D. together with all of NO. 1 ELECTION FOR NOTICE TO DEFEND
No. 660 proposing an amendment FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA. the furniture furnishings appliances FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORID(. THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
to the Constitution of the IN CHANCERY NO. 3826 and fixtures containedin HELD ON NOVEMBER 3, 195 Fred Taylor
State of Florida, are hereby appointed ANNA M.. JOHNSON.Plaintiff. on or about any of the build- 1. BALLOT FOR ELECTION OF Address Unknown
as the Inspectors and ings on the above described TRUSTEES You are, hereby notified that a
Clerks of said Special Election for I vs. property, including all additions INSTRUCTION TO VOTERS: suit has been' filed against you In
the purpose of determining whether. GEORGE C. JOHNSON. and replacements, Indicate your choice by markingan the above entitled cause; and you
or not the'office of county Defendant. ANDBeginning of the
.special "X. after the name are hereby required to file your
tax school district trustees NOTICE TO DEFEND at a point 20 feet I person or persons of your choice I answer with the Clerk of this
shall be abolished. THE STATE OF FLORIDA; TO: North of the Southwest Cornerof for the positions as trustee or i Court and to thereof
serve a
4. The form of ballot to be used George C. Johnsonco Tract 4. running East 104 by writing in the name of the I I upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney -
In said Special Election shall be Miss Ruth White feet; thence North 270 feet: person or persons of your choice I whose and addressIs
in substantially the following iorm: 54 West Main Street thence West 104 feet to the West for the position and marking an : -
BALLOT Freehold. New:Jersey line of Tract 4; thence South 270 "X" thereafter. Vote for three Ray Selden
County .f Flakier. Florida You are hereby notified that a feet along the West line of said (3) persons, but do not vote for I Selden Building
Speelal Election: suit has been filed against you In Tract' 4 to' the point of beginning more than one (1) person in any 800 Main Street
to the above entitled cause; and you being In the South Half one group that is from the same Daytona Beach. Floridanot
.determine whether or net the .ffleeeuty are hereby required to ftle"your an- of Tract 4. Block D,' Section 11, County Board Member Residence later than October 16 A. D.,
< special tax 1Ie..1 district swer with the Clerk of this Court Township South. Range 31 District. 1959.
trustees shall be abolUked. East In'the Bunnell Develop- FOR TRUSTEEES OF THE DIS-
and to serve a copy thereof If fall
upon you to do so, decree pro ,
3. 1939 ment Company's Allotment asper TRICT
thNovember the plantiff or plaintiffs attorney : confesso
will be entered against
Shall plat filed in the office of the
county special whose name and address is
: you for the relief demanded In the
tax school district trustees be Ray Selden Clerk of the Circuit Court of
abolished? Selden Building Flagler County. Florida, together RESIDENCE DISTRICT I. GROUP said bill -complaint.. The nature of
suit being for Divorce.
with all of the machinery.
800 Main Street I equipment tools forms and WITNESS my hand and seal of ,
., Daytona Beach. Florida said Court this 15th day of Sep-
I I For Abolishment stock of finished products of the
not later than October 2. A.D. 1959. cement block plant situated on tember, A. D" 1959. ,
If fall to do ao, decree
you pro the above described property. (Official Seal) '.
confesso will be entered againstycu RALPH E. HARBERT
DATED at Bunnell. Flagler County -
Against Abolishment for the relief'demanded in the Florida, this 15th .day of SePtember RESIDENCE DISTRICT II. GROUP Clerk of said Circuit Court
I LI I bill of complaint The nature of A. D. 1959. : Sept. 17-24 & Oct. 1-8-ttc
said suit for divorce.
-- being (Court Seal) RALPH E. HARBERTAs
r WITNESS my hand and seal of Clerk of the Circuit Courtof NOTICE OF PROCEEDING FOR
INSTRUCTION TO VOTERS said Court this of August I'' Flagler County Florida ..' THE CLOSING OF ROAD

If you Are in favor of abolish A. D. 1959.Seal.I( I Sept. 24-Itc ; f' TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
ing county special tax school (Official You will take notice that the
district trustees. place an "XT RALPH. E. HARBERTClerk I NOTICE OF SALE RESIDENCE DISTRICT IlL GROUP Board of County Commissioners of
mark in the space to the left of said Circuit- Court Notice is hereby given that under Flagler County. Florida, on No-
of the words "For,Abolishment. Sept.'_ and pursuant to that certain vember 2nd at 9 o'clock A. M.. at
CIRCUIT j Final Decree of Foreclosure and the usual meeting place of said
If you are not In favor of abolishing Sale rendered on the 15th day of Board in the Court House at Bun-
county special tax school FLAGLER I' September. A. D. 1959. by the Hon- ix-Il. Florida, upon Petition of A. G.
district trustees, place an "X AND FOR, COUNTY orable Geo. Wm. Jackson one of BRADLEY and wife LULA BRADLEY -
mark In the space to the left of FLORIDA IN' CHANCERY.- CaseN..3835 the Judges of the Seventh Judicial RESIDENCE DISTRICT IV. GROUP will consider and determine

the words "Against Abolishment Circuit of the State :ot Florida. In whether or not said Board of
." County Commissioners will
and for Flagler County. Florida.In vacate
5. The Clerk of this Board Is ve--- Plaintiff.- Chancery, wherein*Citizens Bankof abandon discontinue and close that
hereby authorised and directed to PHILLIPS- Bunnell. a State ,Banking! Com- certain road in Flagler County.
have printed on plain white papera ALTON. O. oanv. was plaintiff 'and Donald H. Florida described as follows. to-
sufficient number of the afore- Defendant. Pelllcer and Northeast Production wit
said paper ballots and deliver themto NOTICE TO APPEAR Credit Association were defendants. RESIDENCE DISTRICT V. GROUP The County road occupying the
the Inspectors and Clerks on or THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: being Case No. 3797.; I. the under- t, alleway and Lots 10 and 20 in
before date and time for openingof ALTON O. PHILLIPS signed Clerk of the Circuit CourtIn Block 15 of the' plat of Korona,
the polls for such special elec Residence Unknown Flagler County. Florida.. 'Will on Flagler County. Florida. It being -
tion. _- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Pridav.. the 9th dav-.Of October. A. 2. BALLOT FOR SCHOOL TAX the Intention of this petitionto
C. That this resolution shall be that a suit for divorce has been D. 1959. -at.,the North front door of DISTRICT No. 1 MILLAGE LEVY. request that said alleway be
published In full as a part of the filed against you In the above entitled : the Flagler County Courthouse in INSTRUCTION TO VOTERS: Indicate closed and that the County road
notice of said special election together cause and you are hereby' required -, Bunnell. Flagler County. Florida nt ,by marking an "X" in the be vacated abandoned and discontinued -
with an appropriate noticeIn to serve upon Plaintiffs- Attorney 11:00 A.M.. offer for: sale and sell space after the line 1. whetheryou and the title to the
such form as the Clerk ,shall whose name and address at public outcry to the highest and ,favor the proposed millaice alleyway and Lots 10 and 20 of
determine in The Flagler Tribune. appear _hereon. your written defense i best bidder therefor for cashin levy which Is necessary for the Block 15 renounced and disclaimed -
a newspaper of general circulation If any. to the Bill of Com hand in order to satisfY the said approved school term. and the title vested in
in Flagler County. Florida, once plaint in said suit on or .before Final Decree aforesaid the following If you favor a petitioners.and ..
each week for four consecutive I the 5th day-of October A. D. 1959: described personal property be- levy write' the levy you favor renounce and disclaim any

weeks 'prior to the ,date of said else Decree Pro Confesso will 'be'- Intr in Flagler County ., Florida, to- after line 2. right of Flagler County. Florida
special election. '- entered against )"ou.' wit: and the public In and to the land
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF -I ,WITNESS my band and seal jof One Ford Tractor.: Model 640. L Estimated :mlllage levy required constituting said road.
nave hereunto set my'hand and af- said-*Court, this '!.'th'lda7' of Au-. Motor No.' FARF.,Tractor for..regular term. (10) mills. PERSONS INTERESTED MAY ,
fixed the Seal of 'Office Clerk Circuit irust. A. D. 195. VT-* No. NCA 700&.B.: APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT.

Court this 12nd day. of Sep-. (Seal)c RALPH E. HARBERTAs Dated at Bunnell. Flagler County. 2. Other. _mlllage, levy THE TIME AND PLACE ABOVEBOARD''OP
"tember. .A.D. 19S.. r Clerk. of_'said .Court Florida ,thin 15th day of September r SPECIFIED.. .
(Seal) .t ', : W .L, .WadsworthPO. A. D-1059.- BE: IT !FURTHER _HESOLVED COUNTY COMMIS .
RALPH K.HARBERT Box 39CBunnell. (Court. Seal) RALPH.E.- HARBERT BY :said -Board. that this Resolution SIONERS OF FLAGLER COUN-
Clerk. Ctrctttt Court.*, Florida Clerk of the Circuit Court ,of the'calllng and holding of TY, FLORIDA _
.. c ..;Jr1orld&-1 ,\ Attorney-..PJaIDtIIt-r, -< Foe Flagler1,County.}Florida. said election-shall be published G -H. CO WART., ChairmanP
SePt.- 2t ". Oct ..l--l5-tc -..':" Sept-", l Sept...24-Itc .' pace'a' .week. for _four consecutive SePL'% e-:

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t PAGE FOUR r > THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA. ., Thursday, Sept. 24, '1959Ulaaler ,

FIRST BAPTIST CHOIR SPECIAL MEETING; OF' ,Aubrey and Gene ,Spivey accompanied -
deack motored to Columbia, S.'C.'where -
A ,the'members
; banquet for Mrs. Esther Juengling, President
they visited with Rev. .and Mrs.
v' .' '- of the Firsf Baptist Church was of the Flagler>Beach Garden -
Bryan Spivey, during the week-
. LUNA BABBITT held on Saturday evening at the Club called'a meeting at her end. .
home of Barbara, Babbitt. The home on Thursday morning and ;;-'
Telephone HEmlock 92096
L. Shaped table was decoratedin eleven members were, present:
JUNIOR WOMAN' CLUB I METHODIST CHURCH: NEWS, yellow and green fern, anda They planned to have a member- Miss Caroline Preston from /
I large birthday cake, with a ship drive by the time the first Jacksonville spent Saturday herewith :
The regular business meetingof The Sunday morning Worship candle for each year since 'the fall meeting is held on Oct. 6th her parents Mr and Mrs.
the Junior Woman's Club was Service of the Flagler Beach choir was organized.After at the home of Mrs. Clara Joseph Preston.

held Tuesday In Bunnell at the Methodist Church will be held the covered dish meal Butuex with Mrs. Esther Heydt. (Continued on page*8)Sunny
.. home.of Mrs. Kenneth Boatright in the Woman's Club building was served, there was a business co-hostess.
. .,' with a large attendance; Three at 9:30 A. M. followed by Sun- meeting with Mrs. Glenn Taylor Other business was the appointment \
Mis.. School at 10:30 A. M. Special .
accepted were day
i new members
", presiding. The following officers of Mrs. ,Ann Batten
Judy Clark,' ,Mrs., Jerry Barker music for ,the worship; service were elected for the coming year; to be the Garden Club's rep-
,<: and Mrs. Allen Reynolds. One has. been planned by ,the new President, Mrs. Ethel Rummil; resentative to the Recreational Skie'sEveryday
Mrs. ,T. C. choir which is being directed by
guest attending 1st Vice Pres., Mrs: A. Springer
. ; Center Board, and to put a $5.00
' Mrs. Ray Lehr, according to the '
Yon. 2nd Vice'Pres., Bass Secy.iJudy
Faye ; ad in the Woman's Club calendar. -
Pastor Rev Reynold Hoover. can be a
: ,Mrs. Edward Gomes, Pres. ask Stryker; Treas., Barbara Anyone interested in joining day of sunshine and
The Methodist Congregationhas Weaver; Director, Judson Stryker contact of the membersor
" ed Mrs. O. K. Herr to give the de may one happiness, if only
votional. Guest speaker was planned a .Pot-Luck Supperto ; Historian and Librarian, Barbara be present for the first regular you are joyingthe
Mrs. Lucille" Anderson, Bunnell be at the Flagler Woman's Babbitt; Assistant Director, meeting, Oct. 6th. gift of good health.
i Librarian. She Club building,6 P: M. Monday Mrs. G. Taylor. Go at once to talk
School gave
4 High thenovel' evening and the Flagler Beach ,Mr. and Mrs. H. E., Purdy left with your Doctor.
review on -
; an interesting School Teachers will, be the And,of course,.bring
"Celia Garth" by Gwen Mr. and Mrs. William Wight- last week to make a trip to his
, us prescriptionsfor
. Bristow. guests. All,members and,friends man and family of Jacksonville Saline, Oklahoma. They plan- prompt, precisecompounding
During the business,,portion of i rof the Church are invited to" at spent the weekend here in, the ned (to be away a month and by aspecialist.
tend.This will be followed by a' Meeks cottage. in Clarksville Tenn.,! .
.,' : the meeting, it was decided to Methodist I stop over s sMoody's
. First
donate $40.00 toward clothingsome Quarterly Con- with ,their son, and daughter in
ference tf the Gainesvill Dist Friends of Miss Bonnie Echerd I
; needy school children law and twin grand sons, Mr. PharmacyYour
". through Mrs. Taylor, Count- riot Dr. J. E. McKinley. District daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Mrs. H. E. Purdy'Jr:
Nurse. Mrs. Merdis Superintendent,of the Meth- Danner will regret to hear. that Corner Drug Store
, ." Hinson yHealth was appointed the club's odist Conference, will preside I sl\e is ill at the Halifax'Hospital I Mr. and Mrs. Max Wigle have Phone ID 7.3661 Bunnell
,"" delegate to ,the Flagler Recreational Aver the meeting, which will I in Daytona Beach, and they wish moved here to make their home
also be at the Club
Center.A building. for her a speedy recovery. on North Central Avenue. Mr.

morning'coffee was scheduled Wigle built a home when he
for Sunday the home of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Tidwell Mrs. Lanie Doris Culver has was here last year visiting his ,
Mrs. O. K. Herr in Bunnell' and from Valdosta, Ga., spent the been entertaining as her house- mother Mrs. Myrtle Streeter and
fifteen members were present. weekend ,here with her parents guest Mrs' Ruth B. Foster from they resided in Canada before --
Mr. and Mrs. ,Max Porte. Atlanta, Ga. moving here.
Next meeting will be Tuesday --- _._ ,
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October, 13th at the Bunnell
home of Mrs. James Crews.

;" R. Mr. and Mrs. Frank. R?sne:. ''' Weekend.Food. Values : '

JL ; from .Cicero, Ill. spent several
.r; days last week visiting here with i I

; ..,',. '}1r. and 'Mrs. Charles Sindelar FRESH GROUND: HERSHEYS
and son. Mr. Rosner is.a reporter '
1 on the Chicago Czech Paper 00 Slblbag *
here Hamburger 3 lbs $1 SU8AR 29
and they have been visiting With $5.00 or more food order

for severalyyears. "t ., -o/ _.-,e .-., .
to' ,, *> .,
George'P'estonand Tom Gall n
oway spent the weekend in the ,
R: Air National Guard in Jackson- SAUSAGE 3 bags 00 JELLO A" Flavors 3 For 25*

[ ville. $1 ,

:. Richard Heroux stopped over
here for the weekend at the
t yr home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gall- FIRST CUT WESTERN ': OUR VALUE

1 r::I lily oway of on Florida'his way to in the Gainesville.Univers- Pork Chops a I.s $1 -00 Tomatoes 303 size 1 O

;, e where he will begin his senior with food order ,
'lot;. ;year in industrial engineering.
:. Richard 1 s Mrs. Galloway's .
E t : t brother and although his home LEAN MEATYSpare, MIXED PARTSFryers
r is in Lake Worth, he has been
E. employed during the summer Ribs 00 i 19WILSON'S
$1 $1
months with Western Electric. 3 lbs 5 Ib box

7 in Winston-Salem, N. C. '
:I.: \
r Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Strauser
Jr of Jacksonville weekend I
Y :;", guests here of their parents Mr. *

t.f Mrs.and Mrs Cletus.Earl Strauser Thiel and Sr. Mr. and Chitterlings >:5.L $1 pound 1 10

L,: Mr. and Mrs., Harry Hansal -
t- .- pakar returned this week to,their FRESH FROZENNECK SLICEDCheese
ki'; home here after. ,spending six BONES;> 6 I lbs '00 *

;r. weeks and New vacation Massachusetts Mrs. Hans RIB TIPS x 4 ,Ibs $1 6 .=. 'k'z. 2
rr: alpakar's .sister, Mrs. Wanda
f .B Finch passed away' in Massa- r
:' '. chusets while she was there. PILLSBURYS .

rls. the;piece 5 Ib I 'bag
Smoked Bacon I... 29 Flour 49* I

: Bunnell Theatre # ;. Plain or, SR with food order

3> Fri. &.Sat Sept. 25-26 DAD 4 POUND BAGAPPLES


With 3 fir $2.00 each '

p':' George Nober & Joanna Moore .. _, I
s -

Cartoon Also The above are just a few of the. many values we have to offer .'

y: Sun. &'BROUGHT. !4onSept.BACK. 27-28 "to this' week. Shop with" us and and save. Free Delivery.q; ::-; w.;.. .


with : Center ': .

Lena" TuxBer-Saadra Dee .& RodgeretteFood j1r .
:Dca. OHeriihy .

Also US..1"8outh' Bnnnell Florida Phone ID 7-7155:" -
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Thursday;, Sept. 24 1959 THE :.FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL.. FLORIDA, ,.. _. PAGE FIVE
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B6 FALL DANCE ANN1VEBSABYHonoring Jennie Black' of Black'sFlower

Members of the Idlewood Club her daughter on her Shop, attended the

met with Mrs.: Gail Kelley to first birthday anniversary, Mrs. Christmas Show given by one of
L C LS complete the plans for the Club's Eldon Knight entertained three the wholesale 'houses in Day-

Annual Fall Dance. little 1-year-olds and their mothers tona Beach recently.Mrs. .

The date for the dance is October on Wednesday afternoon at
the Knight home. L. L. Brannam, and chil-
the Bunnell Community
10 at
Brooks-Smith MEXICAN DINNER I Center, with Don Myers Party hats and small toys were i dren, Nancy, Susan, Levi, Jr.,
:Engagement Is orchestra furnishing the music. 'I given to the young guests. Birth- and Alan, were in Cocoa Sun-

Announced Mrs. -Tom Varner entertained ; Mrs. Kelley said tickets are day cake and Coca-Cola was day visiting with relatives.
with a Mexican Dinner at her all members of served. I
Mr. and Mrs. T. Shelton Brooks, i home in Port Orange Saturday being sold by Those present were Tammy . . .
Sr., of Bunnell, annnounce. the the club and table reservationsmay
engagement of their daughter, evening. be obtained by calling Mrs. Robertson and her mother, Mrs. Need New'Drapes
I Mrs. Lloyd Robertson Daphene Rod-
Those attending were ;
ID 73327.
Zelda Louise, to Joe Kelly Smith, Louise Harris at
t II',, Gladys' ,Sturman, Mrs.. Elaine gers and her mother, Mrs. John
of Mr. and Mrs. Earle Smithof
son Canakaris 'Mrs. Louisa Manos, Rodgers; Debby Sue ,Heir and SlipcoversBedspreads
BurlingtonKentucky. Mrs. Etta' Peterson, ;Mrs. Mary Mrs. "Lizzie SeDessie recently her,mother, Mrs. O. K.'Herr; Mrs.

Miss Brooks was School.graduated She ,Hart, Mrs. Shirley Hardin, Mrs. returned from an extended visit Cordell Robertson. ,and Kimber- I ?
from Bunnell High
Mable Brooks-'Mrsj Melba Bran- in Zephyr Hills with her son and ly's maternal grandmother, iMrs.
is now attending Stetson University nam, and Mrs. Ruth.'Sanford. !! daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. I H. C. Cobb. CALLMONAHALL- .
in DeLand where she is
Mrs. Sturman was presentedwith I John F. Clements.! She is spending I
r of Phi Mu' Social So.
a a birthday 'cake. =I some time in Daytona Beach Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Drady were I
rirlty and Tau Beta, Sigma Hon.. I ID 7-3706 for free 'Estimate
visiting 'with her brother and in Columbus, Ga. during the I
Band Sorority.She will receive
orary JOHN WILLARD1HAYS sister in law, Mr. and Mrs.j John weekend visiting with relatives.
her Bachelor of Arts degree 'I : 20 years professional expertrice
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy' Hays announce Henry Mercer.
In elementary education in. Jan of' born i I -. --_. ._---- _........_
arrival a son,
the 1 I I -
uary. \. September 15. at Halifax ,,Hospital !
Mrs. Paul Burrell left Satur- FRED A.
Smith graduated from ,in Daytona Beach. He :
Mr. was day afternoon for a short visit NO MONEY DOWN
Burlington High School. He ,re- weighed 5 pounds and 5 ounces in Indianapolis, Ind., with her I .FRuiTs.I-I -
'celved his Bachelor; of Science and has' .been given the name mother and other' relatives. DIAMONDS- BUILT ON YOUR LOT
degree In matematics from East of John Willard. I. BEP ANYWHERE IN FLA..

ern Kentucky State College and .-.-.--......".."...._ ........_-.-_-\l\I'N SHELL HOMESUNFINISHED
his Master of Science degree LISA DeANN HIRSCHIMr. Mrs. Thomas Diamond visitedin I )

from Florida State University.Mr. and Mrs. William B. Hir- Fort Pierce Friday through INSIDESEMIFINISHED"
Smith also served as a schi announce' the arrival of a'' Sunday., She was the guest of Pickup & Delivery 0

weather officer in the United daughter: born September 19, at her brother and his family and 0 95' "FINISHED"FRAME
States Air Force. He: is present- the Halifax Hospital Daytona her aunt and uncle." Service 0 LOCK & KEY JOBS
v ly employed as' 'a ,mathematics Beach. She weighed, 7 pounds I

instructor at Central Florida and 3 ounces and has been given Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bmmell Dry Cleaners I.l Visit Model Home ]
Junior College in Ocala': Florida. the name of Lisa DeAnn. Glover for a week were Mrs.Glover's .

Wedding plans ',will be ,announced brother and sister in BEACH Crumpton BuildersIIIWAY

later. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Atkinson law, Mr. and Mrs.. C. W. Holland Monday and Thursday *
and sons, Mickey and Boyce, Jr., and their daughters, PALATKA 17 SOUTHEAST
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. were in Baxley, Ga Thursday Terry and Jennie Lou, also her BUNNELL Aero* front Fair Ground.

Richards last week were Mrs. visiting with his mother' Mrs. sister, Mrs. Nellie Brown of Tus- Tuesday and Friday PIUGE 81161r PADGETTKA

Richard's mother mother. Mrs. :;I Elise Atkinson. I cumbia, Alabama. PHONE ID 7.3188
Emma Eaker of Steelville, Mo. I
Also Mr: Richard's sisters Mrs.=I I Lt. and Mrs. Charles McKnight -- --

Kale Monroe' and Mrs. Henry spent the past weekend herewith

Jett of Chamoys, Mo. During i his, parents, Mr. and Mrs.T. .
their vlslt/here they enjoyed a K. McKnight. Lt McKnightis

[ visit to St. ,Augustine and other stationed with the U.S. Air-.. .
points of interest force, in Moultrie, Gart : '

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pInt of chocolate ice cream and
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cream, whipped. Garnished with WednesdcrflOrOOPALATKA
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RefreshingMilk Days ID .3372-Nlte ID 7-3287 1100 Flomich Are. Hill
The,Coolest Spot for the Coolest -Holly
Draglining AUTO SERVICE Draft Beer.SANDPIPER .
BulldozingLand An ice-cold drink on'a hot: Service Station On the Ocean Side of AlA 3 Miles
day is one of summer's pleasant- !. North of Flagler Pier Tilecraft Company

I est treats. STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS 'Keep Cool at George & Millie's"'I I "LET US FLOOR YOU"
ClearingGJading Tires PHONE HE 9.2156 & Kentile
Batteries Minor Armstrong
Repairs :
1 I Milk drinks provide high quality I
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protein, calcium arid vitamins Bunnell ID 7.7119 BUILDING SUPPLIES
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and add good nutrition in .
I Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION WICKLINE Ormond Beach OR 7.3181
its most palatable form. Milk
.can be combined with carbonated : Building ,Supplies GARDEN SHOP

Phone IDlewood 7-3376,, I beverage like gingerale and GULF. TIRES &: BATTERIES' CEMENT CEMENT., BLOCKS. "
Garden Center:
topped with ice.cream and makea Gray's
Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7,Days STEEL
: delicious float. Headquarter for Gardening Need
State&Lambert US 1-ID '7-7190 Flagler Beach, HE 9.2254 Ceramics. Gifts Dry Arrangement
FOR Milk mixed with an equal partof Materials
fruit juice, such as orange Colonial Service Station' CLEANERS Annuals'. Shrubbery Fertilizers
with added and
Juice, gingerale
served in tall thin glasses another ORUOIfD
good thirst quencher., MOTOR TUNE-UP CLEANING -
Many flavors can be combined
. Dally 8 to 5
U.-S. ,HIWAY: 1 BUNNELL Open _
I with milk. Chocolate instant -
syrup Closed all day Thursday Bunnell Farmers Supply. : Co.

i EMIL MISS1NNE II coffee, or caramel syrup Hall's Atlantic Station Phone ID 7-3188 JOHN DEERE!
can make yourself are all Agricultural&Industrial Equipment
I Phone HE 9-2094 I you good combinations., Jack Hall,;Proprietor 115 N. Bay St. _i- Bunnell STEEL
GASOILSLUBRICATIONTiresBatterlesAcces.sories Bars & Shapes Hot & Cold Rolled
FLAGLER BEACH I Crushed'fruit can be used to CONCRETE PRODUCTS Black&Galvanized Pipe & Fittings
add taste as well 'as. color, and LAWN MOWER REPAIRS
I ROAD SERVICE Your "Q" For ConcreteDial DEEN RD. Phone I.' 7S14S
BUNNELL ,Tel. ID 7-3652
'CL 3-8113
J. L.. Presswood Garage Village Hardware_ Center, .
What is it ?
day Service
I Match and mix any color
'-. Tire, Tube A Accessories Concrete, ,Inc.
I L : Visit Our Grocery DepartmentFor Builder's Supplies KItchenware
V 'Frozen Foods and Staples GIFTS GREETINd CARDS
1. I Cubed Ice DRUG STORES -
HE 9-2139 FLAGLER BEACHSullivan's AlA Ormond, Beach CL 2-0420
Anderson Drug Store !III
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Prescriptions ,
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'Specializing In Service and
I ". ., Clean Rest Rooms"In One Coat Plastic Finish
... The Heart of Flagler Beach Stops Masonry Dampness

.", 0 AUTO REPAIRS .. Mo dy's PharmacyFlagler Point Sundries,
l' County's Corner Drug Store 29 W. Granada-Ormond BeachPh.

t 00 Shield Service Station PRESCRIPTIONS OR 7.0761

Chester McKenzie Mechanic DRUGS-SUNDRIES

., Right Now We'll Overhaul and BunnelL Fl r. Phone ID. 7-3661 PAINTING BY

Repair Your Power MowerNo I I Contract-Hour Big or Small
: 0 Job Too Big Or Too Small ORMOND PRESCRIPTION
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., a, 24-Hour Towing Service 24-Honr Prescription Service
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.Automatic, Transmission Service ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1681
p ,Wheel Balancing-Front End ,Zenith Sales and Service

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OR 7.1381
Blacks Flower Shop ,
J toot! Distance is.the,warm, per-. Res. Real' Estate Broker
happy, Long:. STORE PublicSpecializing
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< sonal,way to keep in touch. FLAGLER BEACH P.o. Box 3. Bunnell, 'Fla, In
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HOTEL BAR Phone HEmlock 92055Ken
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Color Trends .' 1 i cents and .,for, evening' wear. II ..;.;.:,..TiiCLh :Y:':.. Li4.a:.;:.v:, .4.yssgi.5. :. r.,. ...4.' P. .Yr....1,.:.. .,.,M1 .% h, vP Subscribe. The Flagler Tribune-
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4: For Fall smoky -taupe brown, heather {: .1i
For Quality Furniture
Vivid color: effects'' ,give way green, mist gray. are important I i "We're Out of the
to subtleties this fall. in their own right'and re'seen I Right Rent District"CHRIS'S
in everything from medium or

"Muted" is the word often men's gray to oxford: and: to I rany FURNITURE

used in writing and talking of I almost black charcoal 1880 Rldcewod Are. 110117 Hill

-colors. .Quiet, gentle, grayed, Reds are influenced by yellow I

subtle, rich, deep_ and' beautifulare or blue: in the first category, we I .

other adjectives ,used to picture have paprika and brick; in the

colors 'I we'll 'be seeing in second, burgundy, plum, cran- I TV BobSERVICE

fabrics* and ready--to.wear. berry and candy ,apple. Some

bright reds will be used in
Yellow. and brown ,are doing
young clothes, bearing such viv-
.much influencing. A golden
id names as red hot scarlet acrl
amber added to beige for ex- 1i
fire all makes
ample, gives a,, warm vicuna.A engine. 1

A faint touch of it in blue givesus Greens are more muted than I

the flattering teal. In greens, they were last year.. There are Sales, Tubes and

I ,it makes soft moss and lichen new subtle,versionsjof olive and TOY BOAT? A 19-ft. outboard cruiser Is dwarfed as tft moves Antenna Installation
forest green an'd'laden; such through a massive lock of the St. Lawrence"Seaway, west of
in reds it creates paprika.
green, '
the' 442-ft British freighter Roonarb Head.
Muted gold, represnted by Must. greens are 'much used in the PHONE HE 9.2204

.. I Ancient Tartans and in other .
ard gold, camel,'vicuna and the ..-
nut tones (pecan shell for ,one) plaids and prints. Deep blue lectric blues and inky blues will -- -

are strong. with yellow brown in- greens are destined fordresswear have a favored place in junior I -

fluence., Sun gold, or sparkling especially' at holiday cele appeal. Purpleish versions are IISIR -SIIY Insured & Rest AssrreiGET

gold, .will be important, for ac-' brations. One note of brilliancein high fashion,'es\*.dally for dress
this category, parrot and '
i wear.
emerald will make sharp THE
SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, cents in trimmings and It's going -to be a great time \

FLORIDA.IN AND FOR LAW PLAGL.ISR':NO.'776 COUNTY, ories.- aC.1 for black, particularly'combined H: T. COOK AGENCY

NOTICE OF+ RULE NISI Blue with a green cast, as with the burnished browns and .' .
'I, FLORIDA. an Agency of the teal, is very much in.the picture. golds. These win'be important
i Bunnell Florida
Florida Citizens _Bank Bldg. ,
State of I !
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Sapphire blues, clear, sharp e- for formal wear.. v v,
COUNTY a Political i
Subdivision of the State of .. ,". --
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I Petitioners r .
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JOE G. GRABOWSKI. et al., ? '

I NOTICE OF EMINENT Defendants,DOMAIN > :: > :} .. ;
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PROCEEDINGS I : .c ',' : : .. ,;,' .
I AUTHORITY IN THE OF THE STATE OF 'r" \ > ....... t ,, : .. '.. ... .", ... ,.
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TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN \ .,... t ,'. ; ,.-,
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ties having or claiming any right. I I :" :
title Interest, estate, mortgage or T'I'. ; ,
other lien to or In the parcel of .

land through unknown following hereinafter or person persons under'described together known claiming with and persons the by all I i"-+ '. Why we built two cars for 1960 : : 'h: .

t who are dead, or who are not : "-
known to be dead or alive: : i .t-; different > and day' ; 1
Joe G. Grabowskl .. as night ;
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SECTION 73010-=7'1 .
5 FLAOLKR-COUNTY ';,.:-- .:ro.o; ..:, ,, ,. 'j' :, '

r SRD That Lota No.6 and'U-R'$jv, RIQHT Blpc11. OF. Korona WAY ': ',f:",_ ::f JOn 'F ..: -'?i3n ;.. ...; '- :--1: "7 A---. ; ..

I)1 t 'as 10. shown Public In Records Map 'Book.of I Flagler, Page 1 : October '2=for' the first time in Chevrolet's 49-year history. -you,mil*be able to walk into your '

County. Florida which lies Easterly '- '
I of and adjacent to the existing dealer's showroom and see two totally different kinds of cars. One is"the onfentional1960 Chevrolet, -
'. right of way of State .

lying Road Easterly No.6, of(U. S.and No.within 1); 110 i"_ : br(1ndnew in appearance and more beautifully refined antlluxurious'than you can imagine. The
feet of the survey line of State

l vey Road line No. 5 being, Section described: 7301; said and sur-located other is unlike any car we'or anybody else ever built-the revolutionary Corvair, with the engine in the

as follows:
t" Begin 5 on, Township the North line 13 of South Section -, :! !7--. rear-,where it belongs in a compact car. We'd like to tell you-...why we built two' such different cars, i
:' feet Range East,31 East of the at Northwest a point 565.40 cor- ; :' how we built them-and for whom we built them.Whytwo .. .. .
Y ner thereof: said point of begin- '
t ning being on the arc of a 3* .
curve to the left having a radius ii

F. of tangent 1910.08 bearing feet: of thence South from 4434'-at' kinds of cars? Because feeling of sumptuousness and luxury tural strength it's a welded unit -

59" East, run Southerly alongthe' America.itself has been going through ,never before attained by any car in its that is virtually rattle-free. -

t through arc of a said central curve angle 543.81 of feet 16- some big changes in the past few field. There is great'V8 power linked The ride is fantastic. But to get it

thence 18'52' to run the South end 60.53'51 of said*,curve, East; years. Our cities,have been straining with new thrift, plus Chevrolet's we had to design 'independent su -

t a distance of 1125.80 feet to the at their.seams..Traffic is jam-packed. superb 6cylinder.engme.. It is a pension at every wheel; conventional
beginning of a 239' curve to the Parking space IS at a premium. traditional car that comes even closer
right having a radius of 2162.3 springing give a compact car a
t .
feet: thence run Southerly along : And our., suburbs e spread like to perfection silence in room, m
choppy ride. we'll make-
through the arc of a said central curve If630.2 43-feet wildfire. People are living farther from ease of control in velvety ride-than Right now ,
one prediction no other U.S. t. -
J 12' to the end of said curve; their ;work driving more miles on any other car we have ever made. compac ...
thence, a distance run South of 2963.9 1732'00"East feet erowded streets. There is new leisure The other is the Corvair, a compact car will ride so comfortably hold the ,

, to the South line of Section 5, time-but more things to do. There's car that is astonishingly different from.road so firmly and handle so beautifully. ;
Township 13, South. Range 31
East, at a point 1596.54 feet a new standard of living-and more anything ever built in this country.Now there are two kinds of cars. '- .

.t- said West Section of the Southeast 5. corner ofk :. =-, need for two cars in the family garage. It, has to be-because this is a six- from Chevrolet-because it,takes two ;

i The land herelnakove described .'i '. In :short, America's automobile passenger compact car, with ,a really kinds of cars to serve America's needs- \
feet, ,
containing 3850, square. more
or less., "X ;- needs have become so complex that remarkable performance a car today. If you love luxury-the utmost- <

f",,'-. OWNED his BY wife: Joe' Matilda G. Grabowski Grabowski and; ; :' no one. kind of car can satisfy' them designed specifically to American in luxury-and if you'want generous -, ,

and the Unknown Heirs, Devisees : :: That of comfort interior breath-taking -
and/or other claimants : completely. is why we at Chevstan to American space perform- .

I L. under August Grabowski, de- rolet, keeping tab on these trends traffic needs. ance, automatic drives and power '
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TAKE ceased.NOTICE that a Declaration -I have had a revolutionary compact car The engine is in the rear. Among assists-then the conventional '60 .

of Taking ,has been filed in in the planning stages for more than the basic advantages resulting; from Chevrolet may be your choice. -
the above-styled cause, by the Pe- ...
tioners. the acquiring authority of' nine years. this engine location are better traction;>> ,If easy parking traffic agility and "

then above descrgibedflandtafor the of' "', Thus when we decided three years on a compact'108-inch wheelbase and utmost economy are high on your list _'.

purpose set forth in the petition in ,, ago to prepare for production of such a practically flat floor. But to,,.bethen you should seriously consider
vlz.As right of
this wayS
for a.cause portion of State Road No. 5 a'car we were ready build it the way paced'in! 'the rear, the engine had to the Corvair. But-the best thing to do ;;. -

In that Flagler one of the County.,Judges Florida of the Cir-and it should be built. There was no need be ultra light and ultra short. So' is to look these two new cars over at _.

cuit Circuit Court of Florlda\In the will Seventh, on the Judicial 13th for a hasty "crash" program that, Corvair's ,engine is totally newyour Chevrolet dealer's take them '

-l'_ ., day of October. A. D.. 1959. at 2P.M. would create poly a sawed-off version mostly aluminum and air cooled; it out for a drive. It may be that the .

Flagler. In County Circuit Courthouse Court Chambers at Bun-In of a conventional car.' weighs about 40 per 'cent less than only logical, choice for your family'

nell. Florida. consider said Decla-' That is why the two cars you conventional engines. It is 'a '"flat" between two cars like this is-both. ,',
ration of Taking Appoint Apprais
era and make such Order as the I will see in your dealer showroom horizontally! opposed six-so it is only They make a perfect pair.'P:'

Court to the deems suit and proper.all parties All parties Interested ,: .. : October 2 will be two entirely three cylinders' long ,. and that -<"-

may appear and be heard at r; -: different kinds of cars. One is the leaves a lot more room for passengers. ;, ;
the time and place designated. \ .
You. and each of ''you are hereby '. conventional 60 Chevrolet: d Another weight saving:like modern -
commanded to appear by filing an beauty, with new inside airplanes the Corvair has frame .' :
answer to the petition' heretofore .newm space, no ; :"sj

Court filed In, on this or cause before In the the 30th entitled''day I 'new spirit under the hood, a new the'body- el1 supplies it great struc '. ..',, i ,' :':

of October A. D.. 1959 to show "
what, right title. Interest 'or liens .
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to the above-described land and ,: ; ..

show cause why_ ., the same should ,. : .: See all the new, Chevrolets October 2 at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer98 '
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More Driver Sale judges devoting extra time and
Flagler Flagler Beach License
:;%aler wJeacn assistance to the public"sothey

Countians Off Lag Far Behind might get their licenses, and
Recreation with many of the larger cities
Continued from Page 4 I
, using several extra locations to
To Year RecordThe
:' Mr. and Mrs. Willis McDowell College (Continued from page 1) Ago facilitate sales, there is no reason -

;' have returned to their home af- I Several names have .been ty is slated for October 31, with for a last minute sales

ter spending two months at their added this week to the list of all teens to dress accordingly.More Department of Public rush Col. Kirkman said.

l former home near Cleveland, Flagler Countains who are at publicity will be issued at Safety said today a statewide
check of driver license agencies
; Ohio. tending college. They are: a later date on this event. Please PROPHECY HAT BE TRUE
/( Don Anderson of Bunnell whois call Mrs. Flossie ,Haines when show sales lag far behind a com-
t period'last The flight of Tibet's Dalai
L. Mr. and Mrs. B. S. ,Clay are in Sewanee, Tenn., attendingThe your club is ready to sponsor parable .,.year.
"' receiving congratulations on the University of the South 'for these Saturday night, dances. With less than a week left before -' Lama ot India recalls a centuries -

birth of a daughter on Sunday, his freshman year Evejy Thursday evening at the September 30 deadline I his -old Tibetain prophecy' that

. Sept. 20th. She was, born In. Tressa Slovak of Korona and Department JDirector H. N.', Kirk predecessor-who died in'4933,
'...... a-Community: Affairs program
I would be the last of the line,
, the East Coast Hospital in St. Mary Milner of Bunnell left recently will be held. It was stated man said that sales will haveto the National

I.: Augustine and her weight was for Charity Hospital in that the best in each field of go off at a. "faster than usual I zine Geographic Chinese Maga
says. Curiously,
t. six pounds nine ounces. New Orleans where they will enter entertainment would be the aim clip" for every one to renew be-
troops marched
. already across
fore the -
the School. of Nursing. penalty period.
of organizations arranging these the border in 1950 when
[ E. F. Peterman has returned Carolyn Preston of Flagler events. Films, musical -nights During the 1958.59 renewal Tibetan authority wash shifted

,) here after spending several Beach is in Jacksonville enter- square dancing, talent programs month, 2,163,725 driver permitswere
from an againg regent to the 15-
},.,' weeks at',the Veteran's Hospital ing the SchOolof Nursing at, St. I and speakers will be among the issued while current sales year-old Dalai Lama.The
in Lake City. Luke's Hospital. entertainment offered for the figures-although far from being
, I king has not enjoyed a single
Elmer Slaugh of Flagler Beach citizens of the county. Contact complete, show that'sales day of independent, untroubledrule.
Mrs. Georgia Galbraith has left to begin his freshman year Mrs. R. R. Mosby to secure dates are down from the same time .

r been staying here for the .last at the University of Florida in I for your programs on Thursday I last year. -
month after an, extended visit Gainesville. evenings.Mrs. Under the law, the Florida

f.' in Pensacola with her son and Margaret' Peavy entered Massey I Harold Massie, chairmanof Highway Patrol may start a driv-' BUNNELL

: daughter in law Mr. and 'Mrs. Business College on September youth activities, and Buddy er's license check after the dead. G LODGE No. 200

to". John Galbraith. 14, where she is taking a Taylor, president of the Teen- line and those who dp not have F. & A. JL

secretarial course. ster's Club, ;' behalf of their permits are subject to a Meeg First cad Third Tuaodoy,

'> Mr. and Mrs. Robert Read, Jr. the teenagers in securing the penalty when they do buy, and Dean M. Peterson W. M.

t:.: and family from Starke spent recreation center on Tuesday are, subject to 'arrest. I JOHN A. CLEGG. Secy.

S- the past weekend here with his evenings from 6 to 9 o'clock, so "With each of the state's 67 i

L"" parents 'Mr, and Mrs. Robert f/ijS 1+Y kS they may meet and have,, sandwich .

,', Bead, Sr. suppers and various enter
tainment .
of their own choosing. .
gAtIOMYtJINEIk' This will be until basketball
season opens and will not con AMBULANCES
\ THE f tinue after that time, so it will PHONE VAlley 4-1625
, Ilf THE WINDOW" not cause conflict with the high SERVICE
: Southern Radio & Television school affairs. ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
:' 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001
. ORMOND The conduct of the teenagerswas Norer" be'hesitant.about calling-a Garda Ambulance. Wean
also discussed and the
always at your service with promptness safety and
council will deal with offenders .

CLASSIFIEDADS! barring admittance to the of- -xpeileocevEquipped

,. fender. With Oxygen Resutitator and Inhalator
:: r Each member of the council

gave a brief outline,of their individual Garcia Funeral HomeP.

group and their activities

4' wAmM-gm mmttv fkisi reads aN and 'we, are looking for. ,E. 'GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
'. S eeata word each ImsjertieB
L:' 6O eeMts la mllnmin charge ward to some fine events for the LADY ASSISTANT

; coming season.
; WANTED-Part time job for after r

it. school and on weekends. '

,' Larry Smith, P.O. Box 314, Bun-, :;!: :
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:' nell High School. !
: 9-24-ltp

I, seen the Falcon
.\ FOR SALE%.ton 1951 Dodge

E pickup truck, reasonable price. "--

t Also concert accordlan in goodt ',: 'T .-
and BOY !
,condition $50.00. M. Kulick, S. : /

":" Phone ID 7.3402 in Korona. 1361a ,
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f 9-24-ltp "
GET READY for the nicest surprise of a 7..The Falcon's now undergoing ,a dramatic .,
FOR SALE House in Flagler Experience Run, U.S.A., over mile of /
.J motoring lifetime, when you sea... drive, every
Beach. Three bedrooms, large numbered U. S. highway, as the,climactic test
the New-size Ford. the Ford Falcon.Here's .
living room (12'x25' screen proch 4 to 3 years and 3 million miles of research. ,
what you'A see and experience'.; development and testing.
;; ceilings. Large high

corner lot., Ocean. view Sacrifice 1. An altogether new and smarter look In 8., Experience Run is now proving that

r: $9995.00. Worth $12500 or 'more. ..-..-. new-size cars. Ford Falcon averages up to 30 miles per

\ ; Apply Streeter's Coffee Shop. 2. More head room, leg room hip room than gallon of regular gas! .
s sk' 9-24-4tc you'd ever imagine in a car this size and 9. The new, 9O-hp Falcon Six engine is up
: it seats six six-footers. takes all their luggage! front, for greater stability and safety. And it's

3. Free and easy get-in and getout.con- not,an untried, experimental e, but built '
LADIES REPRESENT Svndrosfl IfenI.No. 1361-fUEHDSMl venience. No windshield "dogleg" it's on modern short-stroke principles that have \
;i AVON COSMETICS INk admire your slim n.w ,look la"thit been swept forward, out of the way! And door been thoroughly proved and universally

F':,., Flagler County... All products smart princes vndr**. and boforo .... openings are big! cepted by engine engineers. ?
unconditionally guaranteed. witlaPHOTO-GUIDE
No.1361 I la tint
> WrlteMra..Jean Milanich. box 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 49, 50, 52. Size .. 4. Big*expanse of safety glass-all around (it 10. The purchase price will be your first big
.. 246. Lockhart. Fla. 38, 40 bust, drat, 3'/4 yards of 35-Jncn/ 'was pioneered by Ford!) .with visibility like savings. We can't .tell you whatoit will be, s
_- before, 1% yard, % yard contract. you'd never believe in a car the Falcon's size! just yet, but it will prove-right (.rom.the :
FOR BENT bedroom furnish. ...., start-that the, new Ford Falcon is ._
NtedUwork Pattern No. 139-/ft 5. Steers, parks, stops so effortlessly that no your ttrJ .
( ed house with. garage. Call too early to MV 0.cuts sua outfit for power assists are even ne essary. And you can savingest'car. Come in now, for more details: ; '- ,
r HEmlock 9-2318 or see Zeke the small to,. You'll find this on* simpfo have the Falcon's own 2-speed Fordomatic We're accepting orders for the .new Ford ..
Chaffee. Flagler Beach. I to .at. and trim with kitten pocUt.:No. Drive to'make the going even nimbler! Falcon, right now! '
r 139 hat tiuu.-vier 1,2 or 3 PLEASE
r. ::' 9.1G-tt STATE SIZfJ,.hot-iron troasf.,.. 6. Body and frame are of single-unit construeCOMING .' .
" Send 35c for each sundress pattern, tion like the Thunderbird makes it almost ,ocr. 8th ford
r FOR RENT Furnished apartment .work' immune rattles. For '
25c for eadb need pan.rn odd lOe to greatest:upkeep econTHE .
t t: just south of Post Office, for sack pattern for firU-ciau mailing to omy, fenders are bolted on, grille is non-rusting NEW-SIZE ,', '
t. Flagler Beach. See Mrs. Bess AUDREYLANE. MMEAU "NWNS," aluminum, important underbody structures are FORD falcon ';' : .
.347 West,Adams.'Street. Chicago..UL zinc-coated to resist corrosion .
Wilcox, or call HElock 92127. heavily through: 5 ., "
':'I' 9-10- the,years., The Easiest Car in the World to Own' A, ;. ,
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k'-:: ,FOB SALE-Approx. 1% acres '. ? .
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land, 4-roora house unfinished 1.':_t.r.
t'.,... -, Hercules Vicwm Clearer "AND XVATT.TILL YOU SEE m T ;\ .
with bath, $4,000.00,1 mile from '

: ,town on .old Haw Creek Road. Sewing Machine. Corp. .

: W. S. Dunson. 9-10-3tp ;
:___ We can furnish parts for and ;
':;... SEPTIC TANK .cleaning reasonable service any sewing machineor : it "

E ., rates. George Jarosz. Phone vacuu 'cle ner. Real bar l;'" .."" fi!i....:...<..v:.
f'm 73410. 5 28-n.5 tc gains on new, used & rebuilt. "
S .. machines.
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f JOHNSTON'S 921 Av*. Day*.** Beach >,yc 9 ,. "

., CL 3-6661 : r.D.A.r.J
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r.x See us for'your'real: estate needs Authorised Evlnrude Dealer ,w '

'k > Office:Phone HE 9-2032 BOATS'- ACcEssORIES* ;- REPAIRS .', :'xBunnell, Motor Company : ,
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'W 7-3691 Dockage Btora jre 'Free Ramp '
Residence Phones H
{ _TOB FINANCE! ; '.'. .. .'. ,.. : ::' :; :"
or ro 7-3517 825 Balloitgk ,Rd-Da7bH -, 'i Jf-yie'ri interested'in em A-1: 'Used Car, be sure to see your Ford Dealer= .'-)j t.. "

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