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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: May 27, 1965
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 53, NO. 21 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1965 $2.50 A YEAR lj
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Cancer Crusade t LADIES NIGHT AND 1 FLAGLER BEACH
.. : Wilfred Hunter I Bunnell Street
j INSTALLATION PLANS ; (,HOSTS SMALL LEAGUEMUNICIPALTIES ,,

Reports Are I CHANGED TUESDAY Again Heading r Paving Program +ti: 'o'

Given To Ladles Night and Installation I f Flagler Beach was host to the I
Date I of officers for the Lions Club I Local VFW Post League of Small Municipalities Gets UnderwayThe

Returns from the Cancer Cru was changed in last Tuesdays I,I Wilfred Hunter, a past com Thursday night of last week. II[ Bunnell street repairingand
meeting from June 22 to June 29
sade March held Friday evening mander of Veterans of Foreign Present from Flagler Beach paving for 22: city
program
totaled to date $665.93 Crusade at 7:30.: were George Wickline and WH-1,
Wars 5213, has again been installed I ; t' blocks got underway Wednesday
Chairman Bette McDaniel said Walter Morris John Seay Its McDowell. "
as head of the post. lie '
i with the Florida State Paving
today. George M. Moody, and John A. succeeds T. A. Jones. I I[
I Bunnell Co. as contractor.
Those from
Returns from the Bimini and Clegg received pins for getting II I present

St. Johns Park sections: have I new members into the club dur I In addition to twice being: were Dave Perryman, Shelton I They began applying leveling

not been turned In yet and, ing membership month. Deputy, elected commander of the post I II I Barber, and H. V. Peavy. and repair coat which will be
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some sections also in Bunnell District Governor Don Myers I I Hunter was named national i iI The next meeting was decided followed with the wearing coat,
I
and Marineland. presented the pins to the members !| alde de camp In 1960.61 and: to be in Orange City. also to be applied., It is expected -

Total receipts to date are: present. was one of ten all-state post! with favorable weather the

Bunnell, $378.48; Flagler Beach commanders. He Is a charter i iI j t[job will be completed this week.

$173.02; Espanola $11.80; Haw New Area Code. member'of the post and helped i Remedial Reading 'I This is the first phase of the

Creek, $45.75; Favorltta $6; Ko- I I I to organize the post In 1960. He I Program Is GivenThe paving program this' year andIt

rona $50.88.Mrs. For This Area has just been Installed for the Is estimated It will take ap

McDaniel said the drive I I i second time as comma,Ier. : reading program will be proximately half of the funds

will continue for a few days On 11 will held again this of
July 1965. our area Danny Johnston was Installed'I year as part budgeted for this year.

until the returns from all sec. have a new area code-904, according senior vice president; Martin'I I the regular summer program \
tions of the have been with Mrs. Inez Manuel the
county to announcement by as
I I Harding as Junior vice president 1 FSC Club Will
turned in. The goal for the officials of Southern Bell Telephone A. teacher.
; T. Jones quartermaster,
county is $1,000.Health and Telegraph Co. and adjutant Ernest Taylor,, This program will be remedialin Meet For DinnerNext
I By "our" area It is meant the
I chaplain, and Fred Skolar, three- nature. It is designed for
Dept. Halifax area plus the following: year trustee. Holdover trusteesare children in elementary and Tuesday evening, June 1,

exchanges: Bunnell, Flagler Harold Ramsey and Shelton will mark the first of the monthly -
junior high school whom we :
Beach, New Smyrna Beach, Oak I scheduled the
Warns About Barber. think will benefit from additional I meeting by
Hill DeLand DeLeon Springsand Flagler Senior Citizens Club for
instruction in Our
Parasitic WormsDespite I Pierson. Those using area The Installing omcer was E. C. reading. the summer months. The club
objectives are to help children
modern improvementsin code 305 on stationery should,be Yarbrough past district com will resume its twice monthly
their
strengthen reading skills
hygiene and sanitation Intestinal sure to get It changed to the mander of Winter Park. The to extend their reading to 11* I meetings In September.
904 code. If you don't use It on ceremony was held In the VFW
parasites remain a this is I home West Moody Boulevard. brary materials, to strengthen Members and guests- will par
on
stationery now, a good ,
threat to children said
today, I
weaknesses In their
assisted Bob specific take of a potluck supper -at 6
time to start, it was stated. Yarbrough was by
Dr. H. R. of the
Sayers, Flagler
and to
reading habits
encourage m. In the clubroom at the
district commanderof
The change in area codes from Taylor, post p.
Health
County Dept. Althoughmore a liking for reading for educational F Ie
Municipal Buljdlng, la" r
in the South 305 to 904 is necessary, the corn.pany's Orlando.
prevalent among I and recreational pur Beach. The club will set dates
children In areas with said, to meet Florida'sgrowth Commander Hunter said there J
poses. for picnics or other outdoor activities
warm moist climates, the parasites in population and handle will be a meeting of the post In order to receive full benefit for members during

are by no means confined I the special telephone service requests tonight (Thursday) at the post I' from this program each child 'June, July and August.
of Floridians.
to these regions. home at 8 o'clock. Committees should enter .t the beginningand I
Pinworms which are the most This growth requires the use will be appointed at the time. attend day. The club's shuffleboard club ,
I 1 I every
thrive In all .climates : of more central office: codes, it I meets each Thursday morning
\,... common can Classes will be held In the i,
was declared:, ""However; 'the ,. .....
and are found tvorld-wlde. elementary library; Reglstra* at 10:30 Flaler"Deaet City .
MUSICAL PROGRAM
number of codes in each I
Their eggs are easily spread by area I tlon for these classes 'will beheld Park: Further Information about

contaminated finger 'of one' are limited and cannot be dupli IN ST. AUGUSTINEThe I on Monday, June 14. this activity may be secured by

child to another in families and cated. Consequently, In order to public Is Invited to a free calling Mrs. Sydney Weksler.
I
I obtain the needed central office I
children1 Giant roundworms Flagler Beach 4392382.
groups. of music tonight MRS. NANNIE COWART
I codes, the creation of another program sponsored ,--,-- _.-
also resistant to wide I '
are the Elks State Con.
by DIES MONDAY AFTER
i'
area code became essential.
variations In temperature and vention. A combined chorus of SERVICE HELD FOR
Infect some 3,000,000 people In "Just as Florida was the first 150 voice will be accompaniedby LONG ILLNESS '
I I JOHN R. NELSON Ii.Ii.I
I Southern Bell state to be 100 percent
the United States.
the St Augustine Symphony Mrs. Nannie B. Cowart of Seville
.. Trichinosis caused by the dial, we are the first state Orchestra In: mother of C. H. Cowart Funeral service were held
Trlchlnella from under. in Southern Bell to have morel I from the Community Memorial
parasite The "Hallelujah Chorus" from and Victor Cowart of Bunnell,
cooked Is also than two area codes. Church of Flagler Beach for
pork widespreadand Handel' "Messiah" and "God passed away early Monday
Infects more than 15 percentof Continuing, the company said Bless America" by Irving Berlin. morning in a DeLand hospital John R. Nelson, 87, who was \
the In th United States. "We have taken every precau found dead at his home in I
people The soloist will be Amll Maestre, following a long Illness. She
While children affected tion to Insure that all incoming Flagler Beach May 20.
young are cellist. was 80 years of age. I I
less often Infection of long distance calls will be completed I
The St. Augustine Symphony Mrs. Cowart II survived by
,
as long as ,the callers follow Burial followed at the Espan
teenagers is not InfrequentThe four Mrs. Hester
Orchestra will also present aproll'am daughters
the dialing directions contained ola Cemetery after a Masonic
bloodsucking hookworm Srone of Mrs. Frank I
Plerson
of popular selections .
In their directories. service. Cause of death wu attributed
which enters the body through Turner of Mrs. Juanlta'
IIOW'j Including: "The Donkey Sere Emporia to natural causes Peace:
the skin Is encountered most ever one can help the nade"! La Spognola"; Marche i Noland of Seville, and Mrs.
advising Justice: Levi L. Brannam, acting
through by
frequently In the coastal plainsof everyone Mllltalre Francalse." Katherine Johnson of Pomona ruled.

the Southeastern State and of your new area code. The program will be Thurs'I Park; four sons C. II. Cowart coroner,
.
"As for outgoing long distance Mr. Nelson was a retired custodial
adjacent mountains. Children day, May 21, at 8 P.M. at the and Victor Cowart of Bunnell;
calls, the only change In engineer who came to
allowed to go barefoot are par. pro. Mark Lance Armory on San Wesley Cowart of Pomona Park,
cedures Is that code 305 will Flagler Beach 13 from
years ago
tlcularly susceptible.The Marco Drive the turn-off and Oliver Cowart of Seville.
near
which looks have to be used when calling Kenmore, N.y, He wa a member
whlpworm for Vllano Beach In St. Augus Also survlng are 27 grandchildren :
numbers In exchanges south of I of Community Memorial
like I Its Is most
name, prevalentIn tine. and 28 great-grandchilren. ,
the Mountainsand Oak Hill and DeLand. Church In Flagler Beach and of
Appalachian I Funeral service were held I
Should one reach a wrong I the Masonic Lodge in Kenmore.
the lowlands of south and Wednesday afternoon at3 o'clock I
central Louisiana. Tapeworm number on any of long distance NANCY PATTERSON Survivors Include a IOn John
from the Allen Summerhill
are common in children In part calls, dial operator promptlyand I KILLED IN STREET Funeral Home In DeLand. Burial R., Kenmore; and three daughters

of the South. tell her what city and telephone CROSSING ACCIDENT Mrs. John Hansford, Ken
Fortunately, they was at the Seville Cemetery,
number reached so more Mrs. Jewett Bachman Buffalo .
seldom than mild you ;
cause more I Nancy Patterson, 12-year-old with John Hendy and James
will not be billed for the call. and Mrs. Adelade Pllkln-
illness, and contrary to popular daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Claude Reese officiating. ;
ton, Greenwood, England.
legend, they. rarely Increase ap- Patterson, was killed instantly
petite. WEBER STUDENTS Wednesday afternoon while FLAGLER COUNTY

Although Intestinal worm infections WILL PRESENT A crossing a street Intersection in PATIENTS IN SMOKE TAX HELPS

are frequently mild and MUSICAL FRIDAYThe CIncinnati Ohio. She Is the VETERANS HOSPITAL I FLAGLER TOWNS

may even pass unnoticed, the granddaughter of Mrs. Selma Those from Flagler County In Cigarette tax funds receivedby ;

t more severe Infection' can be students of Prof. Theodore Patterson of Bunnell and Mrs. I the Lake City Veteran Hospitalfor the titles and towns of Flag

serious and even fataL Childrenare H. Weber will present a musicalat George Moody, Jr., of Flagler medical treatment are Ray. I her county go a long way toward

more susceptible becauseof the First Baptist Church In Beach. Nancy, with her family, mond Smith, Bunnell; Walter paying for municipal service I

their greater exposure to In. Bunnell Friday evening May 28, had visited herewith her grandmother Green and Russell Yelvington, This is evident from the followIng .

r fection and lack of Immunity or I l at 8 o'clock. during the Easter Holi Flagler Beach and Charles Gray ? amounts received this

tolerance to many of the parasite -I Those taking part are as fol. days. from Lake DUton.VACATION month from that source.

*. lows: Davy Solomon Beth Math. Funeral and burial was held Bunnell, U934.49.

Careful attention to personal erly, Karen Clegg. Elizabeth Al there Saturday morning. BIBLE Beverly Beach. $134.12.

t" hygiene, good eating habit and I len Frederick Fruits, Betty Survivor Include her parents SCHOOL AT THE FIRST Flagler Beach. SU4U4. I

proper sanitation are Important Louise Steflik and Mary Ann Mr. and Mrs. Claude Patterson; METHODIST CHURCHThe Marineland. $9900.

; for prevention. Handwashlng Steflik. They will be assistedby a Bister Giida, and a brother First Methodist Church Painters Hill. $1440.

r 'after toilet and before meals U I I Mr*. Lou Hall. Mrs. David Oliver, all of dnctnnatti; her' Bible School date have been

essential Pork and pork products Hllsenbeck William A. Fcnnell. grandmother. Mrs. Selma Patter set for June 7 through II, Director / The lost continent that geologists .

: such a* sausage should be I I John A. degg and Robert Dur IOn, Bunnell; an aunt Mr*. Kathy Knight said today. call Condwanaland sank

i cooked thoroughly. U an Infection ranee. t r George Moody Flagler Beach; The Bible School will begin beneath the sea age ago leav

Is suspected, do not delay 1 The public U cordially Invited j:jan p uncle, Bob Patterson Bun I at 8:30: A.M. each morning and I I big exposed the Islands that

In obtaining medical aid. I I'to attend. _MIL run to 11 A.M. through June 11. form New Ztland.



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I THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL FLORIDA Thursday, ,May 27, 1965

II I, PAGE. TWO '
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I Description S T n A Taxes A Costs
I Subscribe to The Hogler Tribune NOTICE OF TAX SALENotice I SWft lots 7-8 block 124 GIddens, Frank & Basle 14.28
.. Lots >9-10> block 125 London Ed A Annie
Bell __...__ 21.69
It hereby given that the following described lands or to much Lots 7-8 block 125 _' Smith W. C. A Mary 21.09.
'I j MATTRESS thereof. will be necessary with the amount due for taxes herein I Lot S block 129 Parramore. Mae __ __ 5.76
: HASTINGS set opposite same, together cost of such sale and advertising Lot 2 block 130 White Sam -- 5.76
; UPHOLSTRY WORKS will be sold at public auction on the 1st day of June, 1865. at the Lot 4 Block 130 Davis, Beauty & Grlsby
& office of the City Tax: Collector In the Community Center Building Georgia ___ 6.26

.. ", 710-12 Lemon St. County. beginning, Florida.at 10.00: o'clock A. M., In the City of Bunnell Flagler Lots 11-12 block 160 ...I Hymon. Willie & JtosaLee 25.00

': Palatka, Florida Lots 6-6, block 89 Annie Mae KennedyHattle U9 Lot 8 block 161 Nelson Louis et al 9.18
:'It Lots 3.., block 91 Smith ___._ 19.2&: Lot 10 block 165 Thomas ChesterA Ro-
r" Phone EA 5-9166 Lots 6-6. block 91 ... Gladys Davis .. -. 4.25 sa _._. -_ 2.88
'... Fumltu-t Upholstering NU lots 1-2, block 93 __ Nealle Beal ..-_____ 3.31 Lot 2 block 168 Kennedy, Mary. _____ 17.68
Slots 11-12 block 93 Hazel Emanuel -. 23.94NE Lots 9-10-11-12 block
,'\ ,,' Repaired & Refinished % lots 11.12 block 93 __ Eliza Davis Estate 80.60 199 __....__--:.. Sheffield L. S. Jr. ___ 11.37
rr"' Mattresses & Box Springs Lots 1-2.8.4-9-10.11.12>> block 98 W. H. McKenzie 11.13 267 book 60 page ,
j ', Made to Order. Also Renovated Lot ,1, block 123 _..__ John & Vera Idae Cruse. 1.88 Dljff Smith. R. E. A Dorothy 6.26
NE4 lots 11-12. block 123 Nealle Beal ....-.-.- Ug Part of tract 1 book .6 '
"I Call Laura Morris 437-3233 Lots 1-19-11-12, block 124 === Riley King ___________ 261'except book

After 6:00 P. M. Lots 1-2, block 129 .........-. .--.--. Bernice Hizlne .... .-- 5.19 rage 298 block D ;1 12 30 0.25 Lewondowskl Helen '1.11f
Lot 2, block 130 Sam White .....__ 6.19 Part tract 3 book 63
" PRICES REASONABLE Lot 4, block 130 ___________ Georgia Orlsby .... ... ..-...- 9.88 page 295 Mock D __ 11 12 30 0.11 Peterson, Hazel ____. 18.lt
NE 25' lot 3 NE 25 of 8E 20', lot LINCOLIN HEIGHTS SUB.
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. 4, block 161 .....,..-- ,...-.,-+ Flora Shaw _.__.__ 4.76 Lot 9 block 2 Warren Johnnie 'A
Just as near as your Lot 8. block 161 _..____ Mary To pay & Louis Nelson Martha 7."
Phone or Post Office Rosa Lee & Willie Hymon 10.38 Lot 1 Block 3 Restate. Cleveland,

1 Drop Us A Card or Call Lots 5-6-7-8 block 202 Ralph E. Harbert _____ 4.25 14.78
ft. bk 18. Lot 9 block 4 Mills, Gladys 1.60
Lot 3 except 2156 sq. -
Free Pick-up & Delivery pgrs. 379-380 & 40 of NWLY 80'. Lots 2-3 0 k-r=: Osborne Lula. Theresa-

frac. block 258 :.. ._._...___ Orenson Osborne __ 2.44 A Jeanette 11.17
"\. Lot 7, frac. block 261 ..___.,. Unknown 1.44 Lots 7-11-13 block 5 Warren. Johnnie 10.87
IN TilE CIRCUIT COIIUT. !SEV-! Lot 3, block 1, Lincoln j&Lo. Sub. MM* Jasper & Mary Anderson 14.66 & Jeanette _. 11.87
ENTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Lots ..6, block 1, Lincoln Hts. Sub. Jasper& Mary Anderson 23.94 nlTNNEI.L HOMESITE
I AND FOR KLARt.KH COUNTY, Lots 2-3. block 2. Lincoln Hts. Sub. Ed & Lucy gnw ____ 3.31 Lot 14 block 4 _____ Underwood. Joe A An-
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. Lot 9, block 2, Lincoln Hts. Sub. Johnnie A M:: 3.31: I1le' .82
:. BOOO. Lot 9, block 4, Lincoln Hts. Sub Gladys Mills 3.31 fliT. JOHNS DEV. CO. SUB
I Incfpit BEACH Lots 2.3, block 6, Lincoln Hts. Sub. Johnnie Warren 3.31 Tract 2 block 13 ?.,?.,. SO 13 30 10 Lee, D. E. __ 2.70
a corporation existIng Lots 4-6-6-10, block 6, Lincoln Hts. Tract 1 block 11 _____ 31 11 30 10 Benton, Mabel H. _, 2.70
I under the Laws of the Sub. ,___ Johnnie Warren __.._ 288 8H of 84 of SEU -- 31 11 10 40 Kout ILU. Trustee 26.19
State of Florida Flagler County, Lot 7, block 6. Lincoln A*.IB. Sub. .*.* Johnnie Warren __ 3.31 JOHNSON LEACH SUB '
S Plaintiff. Lots 11.12. block 6, Lincoln fits, Lot 6 block 1 Ratsch, R. H. 'A Lois 1.41
LANDS Sub. ...... .__ Johnnie Warren ___ 4.00 Grant to Hernandex,
CERTAIN upon which Lot 6, block 6, Lincoln Hts. Sub. James ButlerAnnie...____ 1.21 book 40 page 39..__ 40 10 21 1.99 White. J. H. __ 3.04
Special Assessment are delinquent Lot 14, block 4, Bunnell Homesltes Joseph Under O. R. Book 6 page lIS.. 40 10 31 0.34 Jones E. A & Lucille 2.64
woodLots 5.69 MAGNOLIA MANOR SUB.

b Defendants. 12-13-14 ,block 1, Carver Sub. Robert & Willie Mat Un- Lot 24 ______________ Cannon J. C. ..-._,.,,, .....,- 2.S4
I NOTICE wood 7.68 ARTMIA SUB.
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TO ALL PERSONS interested In All railroad property owned by Lot 14 block 4 Q ue- ess Laboratories
o '<, or having any lien or claim upon Florida East Coast Railway Co. Inc. 2.66
,1 any of the lands described NOTIFIED herein: within. the corporate limits of the Lot 1 block 9 _.__._.. Asbell, c. v-iEditii': 2.54:
YOU ARE HEREBY FLAGLER City of Bunnell... ._. __ 1.219.80 SECOND ADDITION TO ARTESIA
THE CITY OF
that
BEACH has filed its bill of complaint NANCY C. RODGERS City Tax Collector. City of Bunnell, Florida Part of govt lot 2 book
63 page 124 ______ 9 81WAIDB 2.60
In the above named court 11 Greene W. S. Jr. ___ 88.21

f to foreclose delinquent special NOTICE OF TAX SALENotice Lot 8 MANOR
t. assessments with interest and penalties _? .moot. Evelyn, A Holx, '

set forth, upon In the the following parcels schedule of lends is hereby given that on the 1st day of June 1966 at Bunnell. S 2% acres of lot 10 26 11 si 250 Yarn, Claude G. A 18.1SIIRTNElt

the aggregate amount of such special County of Flagler, State of Floridatax: sale certificates will be sold Mary BelleO'Bryant. .._ .._.- S.04
assessments Interest and penalties of the following described land to pay the amount due for taxes ADDITION
', said respective Lot S block 3 _____ It E. ___ 1.23
against par- herein set opposite the same together with all cost of such sale and MUNHI1H
cels of land, as set forth In said all advertising IIRAC1I

r- bill of complaint being following DALE B. BROWN, Tax Collector Flagler County. Florida I I Lot block 11 except 2 _.R/W.. .. A1A...,, .
site such parcels In the Description S T R A Taxes A Cost Lot Llndsey W. IL 4.91
schedule, to-wit NWVi of 8W% of NEtt 19 1023 10 Berry David _. 2.70 S except R/W AlA. '
'I l ; block 3 ... "
PARCEL NO. 1 Amount of Spe- That part of NW% ofNBU :, Icon laskl. Joseph A
cial Assessments: 8124.03. of 'Olcla' 4.9)
Beginning at a point 107 feet NW% north of R/R 20 10 28 28 Tilton, W. F. 7.61 Lots 6-8 block 6 McCumber Abba _' 8.13
East and 116 feet South of the EH of NEK; __ 20 10 28 80 Tllton W. F. & Evelyn t'OCIIIIA14 l'LAC14 SUIT.
Northwest: corner of Tract 10. M. __j; 78.10 Lot 11 block 6 Harr. William Jr. 4."
west to the east line of That part north of R/R Lot 15 block 7 _- Tompkins. nnr g-. -u .is......
,: the John Anderson Highway I as It & that part of Wtt KAHLRYSUB..
now lies, thence In a Southeasterly of NW 4 south of R/R 21 10 28 380 Tilton W. F, & Evelyn Lots 1 to 8 Incl ___., Fields Owen O. 'A Ka.-

t direction along said east line 380 M. .....?-...... .Ul.I. per. P. C. 61.71
of said John Anderson Highwayto All .... ._ ._.. 22 10 28 640 Tllton W. F. & PLAMA V1 TA SUB.
the south line of the North half 101. _. Evelyn 110.60 Lot 41 block 2 -_ .. Ferrell. Robert E A'
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of Tract 10, thence East along All -*-- 23 10 28 843 Tllton. ,F. A Evelyn Grace B. 2.11
said line to the West line of Con- 110.60 MIDWAY PARK'
necticut Avenue thence North Lot 25MOODY,.-,.. ,, Miller Glenn J. A Ruth
All _,___ 24 10 28 626 Tinton, W. F. & Evelyn 17.68
along said line to the point of M 110.60 SUB.
beginning; 111r Block D, Section All that portion northof niiinu.iii iiiLiiiniiiiinnlPiniu West 30' lot 8 A all lot

., 11 Township South, Range 81East. FEC R/W 16 10 28 400 Tllton. W.W. et al 81.91 10 block 2 Henry Roger. V Sr. A
In the Bunnell Development That part lying north et alTerrell 63.99
ompany's Allotment as per plat of fw A 8WU of Lots 4-5 block S Alice 12.00

filed with the Clerk of the Florida Cir SW3f. ..,...... ......., 27 10 28 144 Tllton W. F. A Evelyn Lot Lot 3 block sU -- t2-.i: Whttaker, Isabella __ 6.33
cult Court of Flagler THEREFROM County M. _..___ 16.21 20 &
EXCEPTING half of SWU & W% of 85444 10 10 28 240 Tllton. W.F. A Evelyn block 23 Mygrant.. Jlmmle W A
of the North
Being a part 106.76 Betty 6978
M.
Tracts 9 and 10 of Block "T>" Section Lot S block 40 |
EU of NW% & W4of Lyon, Mollie n. 84.71
Range soT
11 12 South Lot
Township 1vW1 __ 11 10 28 160 Tllton W.F. A Evelyn 4 block Whitaker Isabelle __ 360
31 East, according to plat of Bun- 28.62 Lot 3 block 83 .........,..,... Taconis, Shirley 68.78

nell Development described Company as and fol- ____ 14 10 28 M'1 300 Tilton, F Evelyn FLAGLEit Lots 11ARilof SU11.
particularly 7-
more $ block
$6
lows the Northwest 62.47 Moody Co. .r .... _, 80.13
Beginning at SUWT"
:
VRNICB PARK
W% of aw & SW
% %
1!, point corner of of the reference said Tract and 10.running as a of NWU ._..._..,....._ 19 11 28 120 Tilton W.M. A Pauline 25.68 That part of the NWU

'5 thence South 1 26' 05* East EH of SWK of NWU 18 11 28 20 Tllton. W F. ........,,..?-, 4.71 northerly of block 67 .
of
along the West line: of the said Alf free ex O. R Book Amended Venice
Tract 10. a distance of 116.0 feet 4 page 469 ______ 11 12 28 11.16 Ward. Jake P. 1.88 Park and westerly of
NH & BE* & EH of fer Ave. except
boon
to the point of beginning of this
*3W34 2 12 29 660 Tilt J. Land & 66 pages 264- !', ,
description: thence North 88 de- ----- look .
: 273-349- A 67 .. .
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461.66 ;
ton.CO.
.0. distance of .
107 Krees.0 feet to theaWest boundary of NE% _.. S IS 29 160T11, J.Land A Pages 111-260-101- .
f''' Connecticut Avenue; thence South Cattle Co. ..... .... .... 79.60 399-417-420 A book 88 ;,/r' .
pages 21-271.276.!98. ,
NWU ex south 18 acresA .
t 1 degree 26' 06 East, along the h
west boundary of Connecticut Av- SEW 4 11 29 145 Bertha. R. T. __ 11... 308-345 1 A O.R. book ," ,:'"
W% \VH"oTsWT: 4 11 29 70 Robert 14.71 pages 43-89-341-401- .' 4-
Bertha T. '
enue a distance of 680 feet: thenceSouth 612 A OR. book 3 1 ,'. ." ;
88 degrees 22' 40* West, a Edito- A BWU
E8E11s&
pages 41-417-606 A .
3 ,
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distance of 100.85 feet to an Intersection
j with the Easterly boundary NWU of SEA except ril\ooJJ pages IIi ;
book
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Oils book 6 241 :4 "
pages
of
of 60 foot right of way
the John Anderson & 242 .......__.. 8 12 II 149 Bertha Thomas ....?...? 98I book pages UIlIe5. A O.1J. "' ; .. ,
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thence North .18 60 kedpage "
West along the said Easterly right page 115 _........ .. 11 12 u' ''ui Tilton. aj. Land A OR boo 183 i I '
A O.R. book v.
t of Cattle Co. __ ".21 10 page ,
+ of way boundary, a distance
21.09 feet to the West line of the All .................?... 12 12 II 611 Tllton. S. J. Land A n.:'-'---.-"' _.'__ 11 12 S3 Moody Company__"_ 82.66
aid Tract 10; thence continuing Cattle Co. ___.___ 11060 Blocks i".67V.7lU6Ba: 'n
North 18 degrees 21' 60" West, ST. JOHN PARK CO. SUB.
along said Easterly right of way Tract 1 block 16 ..___ 20 12 29 10 Knapp. George Jr. 2.70 nal R/W except that
? boundaryr-e distance of 39.46 ; Tract 3 block 1 _.__?__ 21 13 39 20Stlller Bernard >__? 4.72 part block /4 Included
thence North 88 degrees 18'feZ:* Tract 1-WH block 6 21 13 29 10 Harrison.. Hope A W. InFlagler Avenue Ad-
East a distance of 11.60 feet to A. Jr. 2.20 dition A except book
the point of beginning of this description. Part of tract 3-O. R. 60 page 107. A JS'r
Bearings are referred to book 4 block 13 page !274? pates >"' *
the True Meridian and parcel containing 393 ___ IT IS 29 1 Harding Martin A All- Moody Company 18.10
0.15 acres. Recorded InDeed een -. 280 b-oU'Vo' of block U
Book 48. page 217. Flagler "T. JOHNS rAnK ADDITION pAce lOT Moody George l.U
County Records.In Lot 3 block 15 _._..__ Prlngle. John A Mary .82 Ot'F' bloVlTn 9tB-
addition to the amounts set I BVk tract 1 A tract 8 Lot I Kressly, Eva C."
opposite each parcel of land In the 0 blockTract 6 .,.,, sa 12 29 20 Coppersmith B ,-..,.--.". 821 All traction section exrept -
+r foregoing schedule Interest and 3 block 8"7... t S 12 29 10 Thorpe IL R. .._......- 1." book 19 page 224
penalties, as provided by SH of NH except 8EU A M RA. 3103A ex.
FYI, such assessments of SEU of NE4! i-i 37 11 29 160 Tomoka Tile 'Company 11.81 ceptthat part south
: :rn\vIt'fel: proportionate 8H of NU t ...:....-... }j 11 II 180 Jok* Tile Company 11.36 westerly of southwet.tn. .
of the costs and expensesof Lot 81 book 54 page 851 37 12 39 80 Tllton S. J. Jr. 17.00 erly boundary of canal -
this suit are sought to be enforced LAKE II TON 1-ARK SUB R/W _._,.,1IL1-J 24 12 11 0 Wood. E. t. Trustee 6.10
and foreclosed In this suit. Lot t block 3 __..__ Rltts. Kit. A Ruby 1.00 Frgt'AY .
( YOU ARE IIEItEDY NOTIFIEDto MaeQCKRN PARK SUB tot 14 block Fuquay Watkins Cathleen '.U
appear and make your defenses Lot 11 bik i .- ...,......: Strickland. R.L. A Dorothy Lots 21-34 block 4 Snyder Christina
to said bill of complaint on or -,.. |.|oTlaxley A Katherine i.71jj
before the Uth day of June A. D. HAXI.P.Y PUB Lot 8* block I Kressly. Eva .
1966 and I If you dt l to d"io on Lot 30 Catherine _, 8.33 ; Lot 4 block !. Charest. A Ml en ._ >.|$
or before said the Lot 10 Smith Jack A Lucille 21.09 i Lot 20 block 7 1I&bel
be taken as confessed by you and Lot niddens Essie Mae -._ U. Lots II thru 10 block 11 wTTiRr-,. ,5.J
ly a you will be barred from there- Lot 8 t Thomas. Pearl Lee 14.18 Lot 3 block 17 ._. .._" Pomeroy. Cora W. _. 1.tI
after contesting said suit andY Lot Ie Robinson, Sylvester n." Lots 9-10-11 block 20 -., Elizabeth
said respective parcels of land will Lot ":;;:' Adams Charles Willie 17.68 Ncr lot 16 vDrucko. It 3 6
be sold by decree of said court Lot 1" ; ;. Brown. Willis Jr. ._ 1699Harris. : I : ?%ltotl\O; block M Rpmono, Elizabeth __
for nonpayment of said special Lot IT 1-I.-II... ... .... Martha Mae 17.68 Lot block 22 Thompson Edith 73.81
v assessment liens and Interest and Part of NWU of Nm Lot 17 block 22 _... .
penalties thereon and the costs of book 88 page 1A8 ... 11 11 SO 0.11 Olddens. Frank Eisle 61.47 Lots 31-33 block 36 Z k"f;, .Eva Edith L u:
this suit KNOT JONES SVB. Lot. 1 through It A 18

IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have Lot 1 block; M..n,..,,.?..,,. Favors Hugh through! 2f block 31 Kloska 011ir& _
hereunto set my hand and aftlxedthe 21.11. Lots 1-2 l 10.1
Lot 7 block K ._ Olddens. Florence leek it _
I'recht Ire.
V official seal. of said Court this Lot 1 block B =.....;;= Olddens. Frank ._._ un Part of W'' O.R, book X. J. 1.1.
18th day of May A. D 1968. ST. JOHNS CO. StJB. 7 pages 127.IU 11 IS 11.437
SS Woods. Edward .
(Seal) B. A. 8MYTHK.:. Blocks .I'lm....:-_ I 11 It 160 Tllton. ..1. Land A Trustee L.
Clerk of said Court ...,r. F Cattle Ca.--".._ 1114 MOR nG.IDA arB. 19.4tot
kJ By Julia It. HarveyMar Tract I block T 7 11 10 Yonkers: Oeorge P. 2.70 t block I Wilson A. r. 1.11
Block 11-All -.. ,. T 11 10 40 Tllton. S. j. nd" Lot 8 block 9 Hord. aR A Doris 1..1.
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20-27 June
8i04to,3lagler
Cattle Co '.U Lot 7 block 11 Thompson. Edith 1.
Tracts I.' blk 13 t It 10 SO Cattle Coo.. 1. Land A Blocks 17 through at A 2.1.
'.!$ block II .,
--- ----- Wood Edmund I trustee
Block 13-All ..........,.. I 11 SO 41 Tllton. &J. Land A _
JEfjr JrtbunrBUNNKLL. Cattle Co 111 Lot 3 block 31MnBn Zunno. Evelyn 3.07
Tract I block 14 ._.-, 7 It 10 10 Ttito. aj. Land A "l''DIYICIO
Tattle Co. 2.10 Lot 38 block 1 h
on. Il J:. A EH
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FLORIDA Tract 1 block 1 T-._ 9 U 10 SO Stagier Cattle Buyers betb 4.91
Assoe. Ine __________ id.ei ATLANTA BKAC1I
MRS. )L D. FULLER. Editor Tract 6 block C 9 11 SO 10 McLeod.Qurley A Shel- Lola 16 through 14
k S.SO block 2 __ Troatmaa" Ernest
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It..
TOWN Or Lot 1 block ?
BUNNELL I l.eewine. Pierre
Dal.Bate4 newspaper for all Lots I.' blk 19 Johnston Walton A Helene A 1.12
Legal AdvertUlag Alice Lots to through It .
Lots 4.61.7block 81 Kebylarskl. Elisabeth 7l96 6 block I Trevtmaa. Ernest 20.87
Lots 11-12 block 89 Wilson Grant Estate 2.36 WARREN PARK KlTAn!
Entered as second class matter Lot 9 blk $* HAP Ine. 216 1.0" 1t.1I blOt'k 1'J Bodlan. John INIS
a; February 6. 1918. at the post- "'' lots I-I block tl _, Murray:, Mercedes T46 TOWN Or rAVORRTTA
Bunnell. under NEH lots 11-11 block 91 Davis. Ells* ....r___ n." 8H of NEll of NE'4 A
Act'ot\t arch 3. 1 nirllta. Lots .-..1..11 block 98 McKenzie, W. It. Kstate 117 NCU .f HBU ofNEH 17 21 36 Prestige Builders IDe. T.28
. Lots 13.3-12 block 18 McK.nst..W.1L estate 1791 PALM OARPEN
I Lot 1 Mock 131 Cruse. John A Yen 2.14 Part of 8KU book 21
*).. year r*** Northeasterly H lots page 115 less R/W of

SU ...(.. ___I.JIC' 11.11. block 18 .... Tteal. Neall 11.17 Hwy No. 1 si IS II 6,76 Purser C. D UI|

Lots 311 block 111 Whlpper Mae Dell .._. .... DALE B. BROWN Tax <:GUector, Flagler County Florida






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hose, pants' cuffs, and tabby after he subscribed .to three horticulturist with the Agricultural fall to do the Job. Their excuse: :
Gardening In Florida : cats. daily papers. However he got Experiment Stations. Is that you get a better kill late I

beggarweed behind when wild tosses by the In the growing The real I
(B? H :m Shop) The creeping Prepare the legume for Its season.
I ICreeping thrives on attacks by lawnmowers delivery boy sent the paper on hara-kiri by mowing the ,lawn reason Is that they can blamea
beggarweeds In since the main runners the roof or on the concrete drive- few slips of the paint brushon
then waiting a few days to al
lawns are like debts-they are. sneak along on the ground be way. Jack Frost.If .
low the cock plants to peep a
easy to obtain but almost Im low the whirr of the mower It, you don't have time to read 'blade or so higher than the your bifocals or youru nerves
possible to get rid of. blades. three papers and pull weeds for I lawn grass. won't allow you to zero In on
Most attempts to banish the Digging out the plants by the 43 minutes each day consider the wavy line of legume leaves,

troublesome legume Is like bore roots Is a sure cure. But this killing the pest plant with The next step Is to mix equal perhaps you had best discardthe

rowing money to pay off all is almost a career-type opera. chemicals. I parts of 2.4-D and 245T. Then large paint brush and use
debts. Sooner or later you will WARNING: Chemical controlis dampen the business end of a the dab method.

discover that you have as big tion.One gardener vowed to keep only for gardeners who live 3-inch paint brush In the solu For dabbing select a tiny

a crop of beggar's lice as you his front yard clear of creep- daringly and who are willing tion and skim the tops of the watercolor brush-a dime size

began with.Beggal'sllce. Ing beggarweeds by yanking out to take chances. pest plants. Use care not to will do. The Idea Is to reach
are the small the pest plants for 15 minutesat Chemicals that will spell touch the grass. One little slip down Into the grass and applya

stick-tight green or brown flat the spot the delivery boy doom to beggarweeds is a mixture may singe the grass to a frostbitten mere half.drop of the killing
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seeds that plaster anything they tossed the evening paper. of weed and brush killers tan. solution to each beggarweed

contact, Including socks, ladies' This scheme worked fine-I according to Dr. E.'W. McElwee, Some gardeners choose late runner.

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Beef Cattle nation's 86 percent, Dr. Cunha 4. Cook until potatoes are --
said. tender, about one hour and 20 .
Short Course The proceedings of the 14th minutes, rolling can occasion. 24 HourWrecker
Annual Beef Cattle Short Course ally to cook them uniformly. If Service
will be published in book form crisp skins are desired, remove
Has CrowdThe
Big and will be available to the potatoes from can and cook directly

biggest and best Beef Cat. public in the near future. Requests on grate 15 to .minutes.. Flagler Truck & Tractor Co.
tie Short Course yet, which featured should be sent to the Animal 5. When potatoes are done,
"Factors that Affect the Science Dept., University of remove from can, cut slits in MASSEY.FERGUSON
Calf Crop," Is over but Florida Florida. each. Push up the potatoes. Grove. Industrial Equipment
cattlemen will feel Its effects 6. Sprinkle with salt and
for a long time to come. ground black pepper and top VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
The short course,Is an annual How To Cook with butter 'or one of the following Owner Bunnell, Florida
affair sponsored by the Florida : .

Agricultural Experiment Station Hobo PotatoesThe POTATO TOPPING .

Cunha.and headed. up by Dr. Tony potato Is king now. ChIn and Sour Cream Toppings I R' "N'....tl'.J'.:...",......."01'..............:................I:.......................... -
Hastings potatoes are now at Blend 2 tablespoons snip
Nearly 1,000 people from 12
FOR ALL
HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
the of and ped fresh'chives with 1 sour ,
foreign nations and 14 states peak production perfection cup
crowded this year's show which ready for homemakers cream. Spoon over additional
featured 31 speakers from a doz. to select and serve in many and granish with AMBULANCE
snipped chives. PHONE VAlley 41625
en states and Africa. ways.
The Featured speaker, Dr. Jan Miss Nettle Ruth Brown, St. Roquefort Cheese and Sour SERVICE
Johns home demonstration Cream Topping Blend % ST. AUGUSTXNE. FLORIDA
C. Bonsma, University of Pretoria ; County cup
Pretoria, South Africa, agent, recommends Hobo crumbled Roquefort cheese with Never be hesitant about calling a Garda Ambulance. We
the I spuds for a real taste, treat. 1 cup sour cream and 1 teaspoon
really gave group somethingto are always at your service with promptness. safety and
think about. In his speech 1. Place 3 to 5 potatoes (the chopped fresh onion.
before a packed house Thursday, number depends upon the size. Bacon Topping Allow 1 slice experience
he outlined a method whereby of the potatoes) In a 2-pound bacon for each potato., Broil Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
fertility and the ability to pro- coffee 'can. crisp, drain and crumble over
duce calves could be judged .in 2. Put on ,lid. Punch one hole potato. Garcia Funeral HomeP.
cows. in lid with an Ice pick or small Cheddar Cheese Topping
Among the physical attributes nail.' Sprinkle 1 tablespoon grated E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

such as large stomachs, sleek 3. Lay cam on grill over' slow. sharp ,Cheddar cheese over each LADY ASSISTANTThese
coats and smooth waxy horns, burning hot coals. potato.

he also noted that a feminine --r

broody look was characteristicof -- _u_ _
a fertile cow.
At first, many of the seasoned
cattlemen appeared to be somewhat v .
skeptical of this innovocatlon -
but Dr. Bonsma soon made
believers out of all of them. The
next day the short course adjourned II'
to Henry Chitty's Star-
dust ranch near Gainesville
where, Dr., Bonsma backed up
his statements of the night be
fore on being able to predict
fertility in cattle. Out of the 10
cows brought before him, which
ranged in age from 4 to 14 years,
he delighted the crowd by tell.
ing ChItty how many calves f
each had and what sex. Out of
the 10 cows, Dr. Bonsma only
.I missed on one cow, and that,.was t _' ) __ -

) by only one calf. 'I. _
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Telltale Feature;' ;t --
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.I. Here are some of the. features tires have tread
no deeper
I Dr. Bonsma looks for in a productive .
f Tremendous stomach .
cow:

to the capacity pin ,and large from from the the hip.hip than the tread on the U.S.. Roy a] '

bone to the patella or stifle
Joint, the largest part of the fer. Safety Air Ride.And .
tile cow is the midrib, a good
functional Udder with slick

teats, and a square n np. Also,
the fertile cow is smaller than
the non-fertile animal, a better
developed and relatively larger the Safety Air Ride is made of

hind quarter and a small feminine strong, durable nylon. If you're

face.Things looking for a tire with deep tread
to look for in a non..fertlle -
and nylon constructionmorethan
cow Include: Fat deposits
on the lower cheek, Jaw, a very just low price-come In
:heavy deposit on the hipbone, and let us tell you why the

an extremely full and fat brisket Safety Air Ride is a great tire ,;'
with the dewlap disappear.
value. We'll show you the
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ing leaving no sklnfold and ann
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; oval shaped lump or fat on top ,similarities and differences ,,,,,
'j..' and between the shoulder tietweentheSafetyAirRide --'

\ blades. Also, the cow that has and more expensive tires.
\V\ aborted develops extremely
Just ask
hard white spots or us.'
smooth, $ 4.95 ,
rings on the horn, steer-like pro ,

n coarser portions,hair less, especially efficient from udder the,I. plus. tax and smooth tire off your car ((750-1 black tubeless) 'immediate credit, easy terms, low monthly payments'

middle of the back to the top
of the head, great depth through
the chest with the brisket very
full and sloping forward and =. 7 U.S. Royal
downward. The distance from I
the eye to the corner of the Grip Master U.S. Royal
mandible Is large and the low. I Tractor Tire
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{ rump Is rounded and the sterilecow' Exclusive"spearhead" Truck Tires
has a tremendously well. .
lug design.,.
developed buffalo hump. -=:
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Dr. Cunha says, "I think we -=- -= ,
learned a lot from Dr. Bonsma -
and Fm sure that some of his

Ideas in selecting the right brood -" ..... .
will have application for A quality tractor tire
cows
r., us here In Florida. They will at an economy price. Lowest priced U.S. Royal
i truck tire ever.
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help account for our
;, '. cattle production in Florida by
1975." Here In Florida at present -
we have the lowest calf crop
percentage in the nation about BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY Bunnell Florida1 1
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al Manufacturers Association.Most i
Helpful Hints on
air-conditioners carry a
one-year guarantee for the entire Quantity Rights 1
Air ConditionersIf WE GIVE
unit plus an additional four METTSSUPER Reserved
this is the year you're years for the cooling system. ***
thinking of buying a room air- I TOP Prices Good
conditioner', there are several Clothes Tell Lots I
Thurs.. Fri., Sat.,
considerations.
very important VALUE MARKET
& Mon.
Perhaps the most importantone About WearerYour
Is to choose a propersizedunit STAMPS May 27,28,29,31
Another is the availability clothes tell a lot about 1965
Phone 437-3201 103 S.Railroad St. 1-
of adequate wiring. The next you, and they may tell more j
choice is the type or style of than you realize.
the unit. What's more, your clothes FLA. GRADE "A" STEWING ;
The size of the room, number have a great deal to do with
and size of windows, wall materials the way people react to you,
whether or not the walls says Miss Elizabeth Dickenson,
are insulated what is beneaththe clothing and textile specialist,
floor, number of people who Florida Agricultural Extension i HENS'Ib'19FAMILY
will normally use the room, and Service.
exposure--all these factors havea Your clothes tell about your
bearing on the size of the age, your Job, taste, and positionin :
unit. the community. Be sure they
An oversized unit will cool say what you want them to.
very quickly, but it is apt to If your slip is showing, or Pkg. (Cut-Up) 5 Ib bag $1.39
shut off before it has a chanceto your shoe heels run down, or Lyke' (SUGAR CREEK) SMOKED \
remove humidity from the a button missing, your clothes
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air. On the other hand, a unit say you are careless. Sliced '
that is too small will not pro So don't put off minor mendIng PICNICS Ib 35
vide enough cooling.It I chores. Sew that button on. Free
Is'not always necessary to,Before you leave the house, I
j have special wiring. Some units check all the minor details of Flavor Aged (U. S.
operate on '115 volts, and it is your appearance.
possible that there is a conveni- Choose clothes that emphasizeyour STEAK
ently located outlet on a suit. good points and minimize CUBE lb179Q
able circuit which can be used. your weak ones, says Miss Dlck j
Be careful not to overload the enson.
circuit The larger air conditioners Choose your clothes with care. First CutPORK
operate on 230 volts and Soft colors are generally more
must have special wiring.If ]I becoming, particularly of older Ibs S
CHOPS 2 89
you're interested in a unit I women. Bright, harsh colors
that both heats and cools, are-I call attention to skin defects
verse-cycle unit does both and and aging Unes.Slmplldty World's Best
is good choice for an >is the foundationof
addition a very to a house where heating good taste. Choose clothes GROUND BEEF 2 Ibs 89' :
is apt to be a problem. It that do the most for you. Make
Is actually a small heat pump, your clothes sing your praises. .
cooling In summer and heatingin
winter. u. s. D. A. Choice STEAKSRIB
If a unit bears a NEMA Certification PETERSON TEXACO
Seal, the cooling capacity SERVICE or CLUB Ib 88c ROUND Ib 89c :
and wattage I
amperes ROAD SERVICE
I have been certified accurate Light Mechanical Work SIRLOIN or T-BONE Ib 98c CHUCK' FAMILY Ib 59c }
within Industry.recognized tolerances Phone 437-3441 Bonn*!! 1
by the National Electric. i
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4' Boy Scout Troop 495, sponsored & CENTRAL AVe FLAC5LER 6EACH
: Miss Lynn Alice Farnsworth
the Methodist Men's Club, I
,; became the bride of Thomas A. by PRICES, GOOD THURS., FRI., SAT., QUANTITY RIGHTS
Karcher at a candlelight double. went on an overnight campout I MAY 27, 28, 29, 1965 RESERVEDIT'S '
this past '
to Alexander Springs
,
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ring ceremony Saturday, Mays
weekend. The boys did some re
: 15th. The setting was.the Trinity
viewing on various merit badges
Episcopal Church In St. Au. .
and advancement tests and enjoyed COOK OUT TIMEu.
gustine and they were marriedby
much swimming In the
Rev. Stanley Bullock and
springs. CHOICE GRADE
Rev. James H. Taylor.
Those attending were: Scout
The bride, given In marriage Asst. Full Cut ROUND RIBSTEAK CHUCKSTEAK
,
master Les Waterman
by her father, Is the daughter
\", Scoutmaster E. Lester Stanton, '
of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Farns STEAK
Institutional RepresentativeLeonard
: worth of Beverly Beach and the
Johnson and Scouts
i groom Is the son of Mr. and Scott Wilder, Jail hem, Andy

., Mrs. George Karcher of Brook. and Dan Waterman, Ken Mac lb 98-! tb 89- tb 590GRADE
lyn, New York. I
wlcz, Grady Prather, Mickey
The bride was attired In a silk
Sindelar, Tommy Allen, Kenny I
shantung white featuringan
gown I Arnold, David
empire bodice and a soft Whitney, Bruce "A" WESTERN BEEF FLA. GRADE "A" Quarters
Dodlmead,
Johnson Eddie
pleated skirt ending In a chapel I CHUCK QUARTER
David
Wayne Hutcheson and
train with embroidered roses FRYER Ib 39''
Miller.
and lace. Her tiered veil of They were assisted in transportation ROAST tb 49_
matching lace was attached to
by T. J. Miller and Ted FINE FOR BAR-B-Q.ING
1 the crown with a teardrop peal
i Heln and in the generous use ofa
II and she carried a bouquet of GRADE WESTERN BEEF
truck belonging to Lyman "A" LYKES FULLY COOKED
feathered carnations and roses.
Gage. ROUND BONE BONELESS
I The matron of honor was the I I

bride's sister, Mrs. David Pieger $489
from Stratford, Conn. The brides. CHAPEL CHOIR ROAST t5 59' PICNICS 3 tb
CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY
maids were her cousins: Raeann I Can
The Flagler Beach Methodist
i
VanWart from Bridgeport, Conn.
Chapel Choir celebrated Its first
and Mrs. James Curran from
I
birthday last Tuesday eveningat
Orange, Conn. The attendants I I the church. The choir is under ARMOUR'S MAXWELL HOUSE, FOLGERS,
I wore gold empire style floor
direction of Mrs. Bernie Wilson
length antique shantung with VEGETOLE or CHASE & SANBORNCOFFEE
and Mrs. Clarence Shultzis
matching crown and veils.
1 The best man was James Cur. the organist.
The members invited their SHORTENING
1
ran and ushers were David
to enjoy birthday cake
I parents
Pieger and John Ackerman from
and punch and had 40 people
r Artesia Park. 1 Lb.
i The bride's mother wore a yellow present. Special guests Included 59'
: Rev. and Mrs. Reynold 3 tbCan 49-
nylon dress with a lace
Hoover and Mrs. Hall,
,, bodice, and yellow veil and ac. I James
cessories.. Her corsage was white ., who Is their 'substitute (organist Limit 1 of your choice with $5.00 food
and green carnations. Choir members are:' Barbara Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order order

and Jo Anne Wilson Betty Lynn,
<< Following the reception which
Anne, Kathy and Lee Bourne,
was at the Beach Comber Motel
f In Beverly Beach, the couple left David and Debra Johnson, Eddie 303 SHURFINE Armour' LUNCHEON MEAT 12 oz can
I and Charlotte Dodimead, Donna
i ) on a honeymoon trip to Jamacla
; and Miami. The couple will reside Whitney, Andy and Danny FRUIT TREET 2 for 89-
In Waterman, Susie Peterson, Bruce
Orange Park and Mr. -
Karcher is stationed with the Arnold, Derese'and Sandra COCKTAIL 3 for 692Va

/1 U.S. Navy In Jacksonville. Owens, Donna Filkins and Rose 300 VAN CAMPS '
lh.. Woods.
PORK &
1 GOING AWAY PARTY I The choir sings regularly in

FOR DANNIE church on the fourth Sunday of VALLEY BRAND

Members of FRAILEY the First Baptist I I each month and has also pre.. WHOLE PURPLE BEANS 3 for 39

sented a special Christmas program
Church honored Dannie Fralley

t j last Wednesday evening, May 19, and for for the Flagler Beach PTA PLUMS 2 for 39 Fla. Grade "A" Twin Oaks Poultry
t, with a going-away party. Dan a special dinner at MEDIUM SIZEEGGS

x nie left by plane from Jacksonville Christmas time.

; for Mt. Hood, Ore. wherehe During,the evening those pres. 0
will be employed for the ent were delighted to watch the 303 SUNLITE 2 Doz 69

,,' summer by the U.S. Forest Serv choir in a typical practice ses
ice. sion. They also heard the results

Dannie has been studying for. of such ''a practice when TOMATOES Ea.10FROZEN 1 FOODS

the choir sang a special num
at the
estry University of Flor 6 SEALDSWEET
ber. Choir members served oz.
ida where he completed his Limit 4 Please

Junior year last month. lie plans punch and cake to their par.
to ents who 'were present. LEMONADES for 88
return to the U. of F. this fall.
!{.
: JODY FRANCIS SPIVEY FRESH PRODUCE _
The Flagler Beach P.-T. A. will
t sponsor the annual sixth grade Mr. and Mrs. Aubry Spivey of 24 oz. Winter Garden

f graduation and awards night Jacksonville announce the ar FLA. YELLOW SWEET PEACH
next Thursday, June 3rd. rival of an eight pound, five APPLE PIES 3 10rlOO

J Presentation of the awards ounce son, born May 11 In Jack. CORN 6 for ?' CHERRY

P will be made by W. E. Fennell, sonville. Limit 3 Please
He is the grandson of Mr. and
Jr.,
principal. The time is set
} for 8 P.M. in the Flagler Beach Mrs. Ed Spivey of Flagler Beach. BAKERYGARDEN

Elementary School cafetorium. The Splveys are former residentsof FRESH BLACKEYE
16 EVER.FRESH
I oz.
The public is cordially Invited I Flagler Beach.Continued

to attend. ( on Page 9) OODL
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i i Open. 6 days a week, :Monday through Thursday With this coupon and your With this coupon and your; With this coupon and

: C 9A.M.to6P.M.: : purchase of Shot two (2) purchase of One purchase of Two ((2)INSEcMo your)

\ FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 8geWATERMELON 24 oz. Cans Lykes
-. BOMBS BEEF STEWCoupon
j. 8 ,A. M. to 7 P. M.
t I Coupon Expire Coupon Expires Expires

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PARTICIPATES IN GIRLS' AUXILIARIES OF THE
ART FESIVALIN I I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Ib 49cU.
DAYTONA BEACH I OBSERVE FOCUS WEEK

of the .. _, __ _
I The Girls' Auxiliaries d
Mrs. Ann Creal and Walter .. ,
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Creal, both of Bunnell, each had I I First Baptist Church had the at. T
tention of the Church focusedon BEEF SALE
an exhibit of paintings at last i
week's Sidewalk Art Festival in them during Focus Week activities :
Daytona Beach. May 1623. The girls CHUCK ROAST lbM 49'i >
had their regular meeting on !
which dida
ROYCE ATKINSON Monday, after they
HONORED ON BIRTHDAY community mission projectand I
then returned to the Churchfor Round Bone lb.
Atkinson ROAST
Boyce was honor a treat prepared by their 591s
guest at a birthday party at his counselors.
home Tuesday celebrating his
the auxiliaries
Wednesday night
sixth birthday anniversary. under sponsorship of Mrs.
Helping him celebrate were: Frank Clegg had charge of the CHUCK STEAK 59
Lady and Jay Rodgers, Mike church services. Thursday eve

and Stephen Manuel Jennie ning the auxiliaries were honor. ,- _. -- .
and Davy Solomon Rita, Robin, -. .
ed by the W. M.U. with a banquet
and Rhonda Pellicer, Mickey for the girls and their
Atkinson and Reed Atkinson. mothers. The welcome was U. S. D. A. Choice FULL CUT Choice Juicy

given by Cindy Durrance, an Intermediate ROUND CUBE

INSTALLS FRIENDLY OFFICERSThe CIRCLE Awards girl.of girls' auxiliary STEAK Ib 89 STEAK IL' 79'

Friendly Circle of the to Cindy
bracelets were presented '
Methodist Church held their In- Durrance, intermediate; Fresh Fla. Grade "A" D & D (22a Ib Avg.) (CUT TO ORDER)
stallatlon of officers at the Lois Mat.
Jameslne Wimberly,
Thursday evening meeting. The thew, junior girls' auxiliary; and
affair was a covered dish supper Wheeler,
Barbara Cowart, Kay lb. 33Our
at the educational buildingof junior girls' auxiliary. The
the church.
awards were for having the
Officers Installed were Kathy highest number of points In a
Knight, President; Frances Fry. contest which was held from
. man, vice president; Mary Jo January through April. Value 300 Can
Seale secretary and treasurer, Queen charms were presentedto
Pearl Blakely served as Install. Linda Church and Beth PORK & BEANS Ea. Ion

ing officer. Matherly by their mothers. Dur CRISCO

DRUGGISTS- ing the ,banquet "Happy Birth.day" Red & White 2 Ib Jar
ATENDS
; was sung by the group to
CONVENTION Mrs. Alma Sheffield and Lady APPLE JELLY 29 48e
Those from here attending the Rodgers, who celebrated their E.. C
State Pharmaceutical Association birthdays that day, May 20. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
meeting In Miami last week
On Sunday evening came the Our Value PINK LOTION 32 oz.
were Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Holden end of Focus Week with a pres.
and Mr. and Mrs. George Moody, entation and coronation service DETERGENT 39C -Yeiiow.Uw calorie HAWAIIAN
Jr. with Mrs. Alma Shemeld In r Ea.
I charge of the service. Twelve PUNCH31b $fOO
3C ::
JUNIOR GIRL members of the Girl's Auxiliaries a
SCOUT NEWS received their first award,
MAXWELL HOUSE (All Grinds)
Junior Girl Scout Troop 958 a maiden emblem. These were DAIRY SPECIAL-
was hostess to a father-daughter I Dolly Diane Krantz, Barbara
banquet Friday May 21, at the Dodgen, Vivian Arnold, Barbara COFFEE Kraft / Gal.
school cafeteria. Cowart, Rita Pellicer, Cherry
After a delicious roast beef I Wadsworth, Ruth Hunter, Jackie :( 4. 58C ORANGE JUICE 79e
dinner prepared by Mrs. Norma I Sue Murray, Kathy Rider, Paula
Turner, the girls were presented I Champion Pam White. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order FROZEN FOODS _
their one.year membership stars. I Five girls received their ,sec.
Each guest was recognized witha ond award, lady-in-waiting em. Foremost Va Gal.
short rhyme indicating their blem. These were Elaine Murray
various positions .In the com Janet Scott, Pat Zlmmerle, FRESH PRODUCEICE MILK! E.49C
munity. Karen Gegg and Lady Rodgers.
As entertainment for the eve Three girls received their third Fresh BLACK EYE
ning, the girls performed four award, princess emblems. These
folk dances they have learned were Betty Louise Stefllk. Melanie PEAS 2 .Iba. .29CTender
as part of their Dancer Badge Cody, and Jameslne Wlm KRAFTS SALAD DRESSING
work. They were directed by No. 1OKRA
berly. Two members of the Lois
Mrs. Daisy Moody, their special Matthews Junior Girls' Auxiliary MIRACLE WHIP
guest, who had taught them the were crowned queens. They n,39e>>
badge. were Linda Church and Beth
The following girls were present Matherly.The Tender SWEET Quart 490CORN
with their fathers: Ula Allen I crowning of the queens Jar
Vivian Arnold, Lee Carol I I was done by our State Girls' 6 Ears 29C
Baker Karen Clegg, Mary Cook, Auxiliary Director Miss Ruth
Nancy Creal, Catherine Harris I Bagwell of Jacksonville. Miss
Sheila Johnston Cheryl Kinney, Bagwell also presented emblemsto
Lyna Knight Connie McDanlel, all of the girls In the service ri1 M .6wb 50 Is..4. 1.
Pam McDaniel Becky Mercer, I and game them their charge. 100
Jackie .Sue Murray, Sharon The queens were crowned
Pache, Kim Kazynlak. Rita Pellicer. separately. Queen Linda Churchwas with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase* with coupon & purchaseof
Kay Perryman. Pam preceded down the Isle to of (1) Large Cannon Oof ((1) Qt. TNT INSECT' ((1) y'. Twin-P.k
Quantz Kathy RIder Lady Rod. the rostrum by flower girl, Cindy BATH TOWEL <@> 98c < KILLER With SPRAYER< POTATO CIIiPS tC 59c
gers. Elaine Skolar, Betty Louise Krantz, and followed by her Coupon Void After / S Coupon Void After < Coupon Void After
Stefllk. Cherry Wadsworth Pam crown bearer Robin II Ard In. ( Sunday, May 30, 1965 ) I. Sunday, May 30, 1965 Sunday, May 30, 1965 ,
White and lamt'llne1mberly.. Queen Elizabeth Matherly was ..
Co-leaders Mrs. Myra Wadsworth preceded to the rostrum by her
and Mrs. Kathryn Perryman also! flower girl, Jennie Solomon, fol.
were present. ,lowed by her crown bearer.
Carol Ilardln. ,
Howard Moody of Lake City I Members of the girls' auxiliaries .
was a recent' guest of his uncle except queens, wore green
and aunt. )Ir. and Mrs. M. 8.1 skirts, white blows and yellow L111
Fuller. He is the son of Mr. ties their auxiliary colors. The
Mrs. L I. Moody of Lake City. j,j queens were dressed In white. II1
The theme for Focus Week
Among those from here goingto I was "Go and TelL.
Lake City Saturday for the I Music for the service was Phone 437-3227
Shrine Ceremonial Included ),11.1 Miss Elaine De
I I furnished by n. OPEN SUNDAYS u.s. BUNNELL
No.1
and Mrs. T. E. Holden, Mr. and I a girls' auxiliary queen, crown- 8:00 &om-ls00

Mrs.Dean George Holland.Moody Sr. and I (Continued on page 10) Quantity Right p.m.Reserved PRICES GOOD MAY 27, 28, 29, Ie 30, 1965Thursday
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Wild Flower into the garden, it technicallyceases Books Are My DishBy In 1781 a California townsite of Our Lady the Queen of the
to be wild. Colonial set bore the name El Pueblo de I Angels of Porcluncula). Over
Is tlers considered the dahlia a Dorothy Romans j II Nuestra Senora La Reina de Los the years the name was short.
Gardening weed until it was transplantedto I Angeles de Porciuncula (Town ened to LosAngeles.
Europe, improved by crossbreeding There was dancing around the j I ..- .
Growing HobbyA and returned as a favorite maypole at the Flagler Woman's
Club Library last week: Isla
garden specimen.
new breed of hunter la ,Wild flowers can be a ready Kester is back which means lots ,
prowling the fields and woods source of food, medicine, and of good Ideas and that way she I BROWN & BROWN INC. I
has with flowers and colors.
and Indians made
armed with trowel, spade, dye. American
basket. The object of the chase: bread from the roots of the jack. She reminded us that school INSURANCE
j will soon be out and'more
,
brewed lady's
wild flowers. in the.pulpit,
has remedies and books are needed. The library
Wild flower gardening sllpppers for fever ,
grown so popular that several obtained coloring for war paint wants children's books and any. OUR PHONE NUMBER IS
who is
body spring-cleaning and
nurseries sell nothing but hard from the bloodroot. The ubiquitous
does not want the children's
to-find flower seeds and plants. dandelion has yielded medicine
created hobbyists vitamins books that turn up on upper 4373394FOR
Special gardens by from its roots,
range from elaborate, from the leaves, and wine from shelves and comers In the ga I
eight-acre plots with mist nozzles the flowers. Wild plants have rage, here is the classic exampleof I
for "climate conditioning" to been used to make chewinggum demand and supply.
modest window boxes. candy, and pottery-mend The Rev. Reynold Hoover and I
of wild Mrs. Hoover are giving the library Ii
The seasonal displays ing cementDuring EFFICIENT SERVICE
COME TO
\ the current U. S. News Re-
attraction
flowers are a major World War II when
\ In many national parks and kapok was scarce, life preservers port.with Read the this times.and you keep I BUDDY KNOX 66 SERVICE CENTEROn
forest areas. Here the plants are I stuffed with the buyoant up I
i: vigilantly protected, but wild. I pods of the milkweed saved r AlA & N. 5th St., Flagler Beach
flower pilgrimages are organized Phone 439.9221 '
countless lives. It's against the law to Import
regularly to enhance public enjoyment -I Certain wild flowers, by their or stock any fish not native to EMERGENCY
of them. I I affinity for certain metals, can Florida In Florida's fresh waters
25.000 Species I even indicate the presence of without first obtaining a permit ..
Some 25,000 species of wildflowers minerals. Scientists of the U.S. from the Game and Fresh Water
grow hi the United I Geological Survey and the I Fish Commission. I SERVICE I

States, the National Geographic i. Atomic Commission discovered II .---- 1- _. !I I4 AND SAVINGS PLAN
Society says. These include the that horsetails often grow closeto
cohosh bugbane, spotted St. "cup of gold.". Today, San .
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gold lodes; poison vetches -- ----- -- -
Johns-wort, striped pipsissewa, may point to a uranium field. Francisco must search out secluded I
butter-and-eggs toadflax, scarlet areas to find wild pop. '
Geologists found three copper
pimpernel, wingstem, mon- deposits in Sweden by searchingareas pies. CRAIG FUNERAL HOME

keyflower, single-headed pussy. where copper mosses I Organizations such as the .
I toes, virgin's bower, and the,I flourished. I II Wold Flower; Preservation So-, A. R. CRAIG Funeral Director
\ four-leaf' loosetrlfe. I ciety are working to save Amer-1 t ROBERT WORLEY. Associate
( It Is sometimes difficult to Protected by Law i lean wild flowers and encouragethe
distinguish a wild flower from The spread of civilization is enjoyment of their beauty.In AIR LADY OXYGEN
a weed. Native asters may bea I making wild flowers less abund many states, picking specific CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
pest and therefore a weed to ant. The poppy, the state flower wild flowers Is illegal. The pen. ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
I farmers, but a beloved plant to of California, was once so alty for digging up the rare salt
the field naturalist. When a plentiful that Spanish sailors bush or desert holly in NevadaIs Phone ID 7-3532
wild flower or weed is brought called San Francisco Bay the a $500 fine and six monthsIn '
201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA
Jail. 'j 1
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rr" Lbttsaa under thU ...dl.* mrm 8 seats rr word east: ....nJ.., t
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1 .' LOST-Camping tent, Ted Wil FOR SALE-Parrot with cage, ?
;. Hams brand. Lost Saturday between $35. Call 4373685. 5.27.1tp $ ((4"e
r
Beach. --
'I Bimini and Flagler -
$25 reward. Finder call 4373627. FOR SALE-Complete dark room
I 5-27-ltp enlarger included, $20. 4373347.
j 5-27-ltp
; RESERVE LIFE INSURANCE
FOR SALE-Haw Creek Service
COMPANYOne station. Good paying businessfor :
I to work.
persons willing
of Florida's oldest legal '
reserve companies specializing May 27-4tp
f.
in hospital, medical, surgical, FOR SALE-2 bedroom CBS S _
income protection and a full house, large living room,dining, _
I. line of life insurance coverage kitchen, bath and screen porch. ,
is planning an extensive expansion Located on 100x100 lot near
i program and will recruit school and shopping area. Box
a limited number of men 93, Bunnell. 5-27-ltp
to complete our staff ;
1. Applicant must be over 21 WANTED home for a pair of
t-- and under '55 'years of age Hamsters, no charge. Will need ..
2. Must have a burning desire I your own cage. Call 4373658.

,, 4 to earn $50 a day with our day I If May 27-1-tc

old qualified leads. NIMROD Camping Trailers for
j 3. $43334 monthly guaranteed Sale. Moody's Pharmacy, Bun.
earnings to those who qualify nell. May 13-tf
with a potential of $800 to $1600
I per month. FOR SALE-FIll dirt. Call 437- 4t

fi 4. Men selected will be given 3768, Raymond. 5-6-4tp
I
office and field training by experienced COTS UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell

I Company personnel I Fla. Hwy. 11, will pick up and
In
schooling
including weekend deliver all furniture free. For
points located either in Florida sample material and prices on

: I or Georgia., labor call 4373673. April z .ti Add rooms to your home. If It cost you p.."ut''
: 5. AutomobUenecessary.I .
I 6. Those selected must -begin SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain Take an ordinary back yard.Add a little light-and you've got a brand-new, .
fields Installed snail shell. Rea
immediately. ; breeze-swept living area for the evening hours. For family cookouts. For
selected at this enable prices. Call George Ja
The
7. men
enjoyable entertaining. Now stick in a few electric mushroom-type reflectors
time will, within 30 days,. be rot ID 7-3410 8-141
placed in charge of nearby in your flower beds-and you've got yourself an after-dark wonderland. And

branch offices as managers. To provo CONSTIPATED PUUN-EVAC cooUlalnf? think of the convenience of an automatic on-at-dusk, ofT-at-daawn electric

For confidential interview fill 8mo Prunes-o-tb.et.Ft..boat A 8 and.nn*most U natural world'. postlight that glows a welcome to friends (Ca good safety factor, too).
out and mall coupon below. II' laxative hurry to
you feel it necessary, you may MOODTS PHARMACY t AAvntna afford electric outdoor lighting. Worth muck mart that U corb..Ia
"' submit personal resume along 40 for UbUU.enerou.for 1fan0: BAUPUO r l.MO.Ifl or d abut beauty, with coupon. old acts y'.". oo troctor or lighting stop.ZFl .
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Name ___......H...._.._._ JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER ,
'.1 Street Address -................-. BEACH REALTY CO. I
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Write: Personnel Director Office Phone HE 9-2342
P. O. Box 10475 .'SaP''
Residence ,Phones ID 7-3691 :
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in QlottdaBy plant. in Jacksonville with Mr. 'and for applying insecticides to I The Opera Guild of Greater

q } Both are bad practices according *I Mrs. George Maycock.no cracks in the floors, around Miami, under the direction of

to plant men and doctors, baseboards, and In other dark, Arturo dl Fillppl, is celebrating
( H rvr Sharpe) indication of the size of the
because you're creating a diet protected places. Be sure to its 25th anniversary this year
hand the size of the plant or
Fertilizing ornamentals can bea problem. spray, mats and furniture on
the richness of the soil.
perplexing problem.. which pets sleep. Use malathionor
Since most folks like to eat
Irs like the good old days of rather than to fertilize shrubs, A better measure/'is a teacupper dlazlon Inside the home. O. F. AL17ORD

hot biscuits and syrup, sopping, practice making things come out plant. If the wife is using For an outdoor attack on petsor Registered

when you had a half-biscuit and the teacups for an afternoon social pests, use a Jar spray attach.
even at the table. Real Estate Broker
no syrup. perhaps you'd better sub ment on the garden hose. Spray

The tempataion is to pour a All you need is a batch of stitute a six-ounce paper cup. mixtures containing malathionor I t BunntlL Florida

tad more syrup, or, sprinkle the hand-rolled biscuits from an old dlazlon to kill fleas and I I II

left over fertilizer on the lastIN fashioned bread tray, cooked In Sprinkle the plant food under ticks.
the of the shrub. For
canopy
and
a wood-burning stove, a quicker action, scratch .the fer- As fleas like dry, sandy areas MILLERELECTRONICS
TilE CIRCUIT COURT OKKI.A4U.KIl bottle of farm-made syrup. I
for breeding be sure to
COUNTY, KMMUUA tilizer into the soil and soak the spray

IN rilANCKHV NO. 50O3 Store-bought biscuits that I food down to the roots with under the house, under the tool

HURRAY MANNING.1'lalntlft.. plop irom a cardboard contain. water. shed and in the sand bed where 1744<< Ocean Shore Bird

EVA JANNING.v., er will do in a pinch, but you'll I LawnsHomeowners you park the jalopy.HOOPER REPAIRS ON TVS

f..ndant. miss the tasty wood smoked with established
NOTICE TO DEFEND
THE STATE OK FLOIUUA. TO: aroma if you go modem: i lawns can aid their grass tq be. WASHERSDRYERS
EVA MANNING Bai; SAY:
457 Van JJuitum Avenue come spring-green again withan
After several sopping sessions,
Uarfleld. New Jerer. RENEW YOURDRIVER'S
You hereby notified that a is application of about 16
are try 'feeding your plants-that Call Collect 672-0377
.ult hal been flied against you In pounds of 6-6-6 fertilizer per 1,* LICENSE ,.L
the above tilled cau .: and you If you haven't forgotten why "
are hereby required ktoorlhr.oO: an-. you were practicing and hired a 000 square feet of turf. DURING YOUR ALL WORt GUARANTEED
wer with the Remember that too much plant BIRTH MONTH
and to verve a copy thereof upon handyman to fertilize the garden
I
the plaintiff or plaintiff. attorney food is as bad as plant starva
whose name and addres. !.: and joined the obesity club.
SAMUEL V. HOUm Most folks say scatter a hand. tion. So, don't add extra fertilizer
119( N. Third Street
-especially nitrogen
I'alatka. Florida ful of plant food per shrub, with -just NOTICE
not later than June U. A. D. IMS. for good measure."
It you fall to do .o. decree pro
conf..8o will be entered aralnat
you for the relief demanded In the FleasHomeowners GIVENS BEAUTY SHOP t
bill of complaint. The nature of : appear to be I
aid iut! being for divorce.
it3eacl Flagler Beach
WITNESS my hand and seal of i .fla plagued with more than the 439-2312
aid Court this 24th day of May :
A. I usual infestation of fleas. Requests Now Has KAY THOMAS from MIAMI

( M.II'Clerk Heal) of E.raid A. Circuit 8MYTIIB Court (Continued from page 6) are pouring in asking 17 Years Experience

By Julia It. Harvey ways to get relief from this pest.

Deputy Cleric METHODIST CHURCH It's common to PERMANENTS $5.95 Complete
May IT It June 210.174teIN very get a complaint up
Church school 9:45: and morn
from people who have
OF SHAMPOO & SETS
TilE CllirriT CO!'IIT $1.50 CUTS $1.00
ing worship at 11 o'clock with
Fia
IN CIIANCKHV NO. MITUAUOL.I Jll.l'lalntltt.. Rev. Reynold Hoover, minister. find that fleas have become ALL WORK GUARANTEED
) WILLIAM DEAN
Methodist Youth Fellowshipeach more numerous in the house and

DELL Sunday evening at 6:30. --
LAURA DEAN -
Defendant. The Women's Society of Chris yard.With pets gone, the fleas find
NOTICR TO IIKKKM1THE :
STATS OK FIX)It IDA. TO: tian Service will meet at the themselves with no domestic

LAURA HELL DEA4 home of Mrs. Robert Henderson animals which
It. D. No. ICooperttown. on to feed. There- ruup!

New York that Thursday, June 3, for a luncheon fore, they begin to aggravate vt t, ll ou
You are hereby notified a
It will at 11 o'-
begin
meeting.
cult has been Sled aralnit you In the homeowner.This .

the are hereby above entitled required cause: and you answer clock and each lady Is asked to spring ticks are also .dee L'ouc4Yie ,

with the ktoorlbr.o'o: bring a covered dish. showing up in the lawns of
and to verve a copy thereof uponthe
plaintiff or plaintiff attorney, some homes.
whose IKIIAM name and W. ADAMS addreM I*: Mrs. C. M. Cassel from Per- The same treatment will kill =;

121 Broadway kasle. Pa. arrived last week fora both fleas and ticks. It's a triple

not later Daytona than June lleach 21., Florida A. D. IKS. visit with her sister, Mrs.. Em- approach of treating pets, Inside .

If you fall to do .u. decree pro ma Kulp. the house and the lawn ddptw't1D
confcaao will be entered again
you for the relief demanded In the area. -. I, -
bill of complaint. The nature of and Mrs. Judson
aid lull blnr for divorce. Mr. Stryker, A :5 percent melathlon or aSevin

WITNESS my hand and real of Jr., spent this past weekend visiting :S percent dust are effective c.,. A1dd efte
aid Court this 24th day of May, r ',
A. D. I.n.tOmdal Cypress Gardens, Bok Tower flea killers on pets. For an
Heat) E. A. HMTT11E and the 'Great 'Vkuq437.3325 StdIe
Clerk of acid Circuit Court Masterpiece.They Indoor flea-tick control, apply a

By Julia It. JIarvey.Deputy Clerk. spent one day with Rev. ready prepared household spray

May 2T A June 2-1 0-17-4 to and Mrs. Atlee' Stevens at Lake containing malathion or Sevin.A .

Mary. Later in the week they brush DUNNELL
IN TIIH Clliri'IT rOt'HT OK sprayer, a paint or
1o'1.00unA. MKIKNTII .I"UlrIAL spent a couple of days visiting a pump-type oil can is excellent (rite'e
'
'
( I IK I IT. IN AND FOIL P1.A0.
1.1<:1& (.'Ot'\TY. INN 'IIANe'I&Y: --
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LOWS ISAAC T1IOUAR.llalntirf.. r

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'
PEARL. ELUAR THOMAS
Defendant.
NOTirK OK III'IT
Tin fiT AT": OK XLOHIUA TO: -'- \f1t
TEAHL. KLLAR THOMAH.
Ite./dance/ and Address unknown.
YOU ARE IIEUKIir!: NOTIFIED
that a ault haa been filed against _
you by Loul. laaae Thomas (who e
attorney of record U Anrua W. .
Harriett of fatatka. Florida) the above entitled cause. and you r I.
are hereby required to ..rve upon s -
llalntlrr attorney, who* name _
and address appear hereon a cop
of your written defenses, together !
with Sling said defrniea with the j
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Flee
ter County. "Florida. any to the
Kill of Complaint In the acid ault.copy .
of which I* delivered to you
herewith on on before the 2Ith
day of June.. A. D. 1045.
Herein fall not or decree pro
confeceo will b* entered against
Hilt for the relief prayed In the
of Complaint.
The nature of said suit being for 4 claMDon's
a divorce, a vlnculo matrtmonU.WITNESS J
my hand and the ...1
of said Court of County
Florida this I Hat day of rNa A. t'.
un.
(REAL) EMIL A. 8WTT1IE
Clerk of the circuit Court settle for a big-car small-
May 27 A June 2.10-I7-4tc- -_ name on a

.NO. 2:rrLKMKNTAL Bl'IMJirr

Hoard Notice of !County. hereby Commltlonri given that the of car frame. See us. We deliver. A full-size

Flacler
County Florida will at
the regular meeting to b* held on
Monday June 7. ., at the Flea-

ler County*of or a Objection Courtboua Supplemental to bear the General adoption complaint Chrysler priced just $7 a month more.

Fund Budget for the fleral period ,
ending September 10. 104$. a* out
lined below MakeCHftVSUH Wheelb.N ----.. CUM v.4 a"rnctt..... .... p.fl.,..... t
MOfItlltw
Total Estimated Receipt
Lem$1" I Month
N
G.eoice.nM h .ft' .t
e
and Balances of Original -
..... .., '
and No. 1
NCWFOftT' IJ4* :,
Supplement -. .-.._tlT.JItM 211.2' IU '4S .. '
LOCO QALAXIC WO 11* 7100 2ft* 5334 13.73 "
lUelnc Receipt DOt an' .
tic,,..... -..-___- 21.*...>. CHCVUOtfT IMPALA It* 111.1 2$I M4OU 1,7J .<

TOTAL RKrEirW AND >S '.a, CUTLASS IIS 2O4J no 3424 1..1

BALANCE .. '''1.111"
.HICK SrtCUL tKYlAMK lift 30J.4ASIS JOO 11.11 7.D2

Original tares nudfet including Sipendl-No IItapplement C'COMFAWISONmalic mrode/s see 2.dooe hoed equbp.d Nh V 1 .acct..,at*.
tesesww.sbw.pu.M M" posse. b etee. rfo end Pie.(.'. Mont** peymn I
-1 11170212. r:, ,1'j. hove bees .......,1*<* MI i me afar ue en s. .estad relad pee. M-tMrd deem end J
Additional Ra lac Find
ta School Board _._ 1eN.N ..,: ..... =tMy-Bvn twee..ntt.IUB Hot. wi.eet lncwO4 tov.e.see. the* 'H/M eOen yM ClM'lf fty*.for state on end peed*M-:I U:4* .me.eleeet.can 1
Onetrvctlo of Javtalle /newsmcI and liceMMC fees.
Wing en Jail _T___ 110M'.N \ ., .

TOTAL EXPENDITURE I24MI2M ;, ....

01 )rtu1C E. WICKUNE. Chairman
Hoard ., County CtnmlMl...r. of
lakier, County Florida

ATTE. A. BMTTHC.TTK. Clerk U. S. Highway 1 South KRANTZ MOTORS INC. Brae Florida
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PAGE TEN THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, May 27, 1965 I I
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THE BOOK NOOK Electric Energy plants in Florida, both private Flagler Beach.
I and public, came to 28,872,000- ? Na&
MEN AGAINST THE SEA roduction 000 kilowatt-hours last year, J
UpThe Mrs.
Andy Yelvington and
Charles Nordhoff and James half as much again as in 1960.
and son', Barry, visited In Lakeland -
Norman Hall production of electric Continued From Page 7
"Residential of
use electricityis Tuesday. They returned to
in Florida reliable
a
MEN AGAINST THE SEA, the measure energy of general growth, was the largest single consumer ed in 1960, and one of the only Zellwood Wednesday to visit

second novel of the BOUNTY 8 percent last over 1963, classification with last year's two crowned In the First Baptist with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bullock
up year
TRIOLOGY, is the story about one point better than the na volume reaching 11,345,000,000 Church of Bunnell before until Sunday.Mrs. .
Incredible boat kllowatt-'hours.' A 12 percent increase
the most open tional average increase, the this service. The 'other queen
voyage ever recorded In the annals in this use over 1963 crowned at that time was Catherine
-
Florida State Chamber of Commerce H. C. Miller of Daytona
of maritime history. points up the expanding home Hlnson, a former resident
reports. Beach spent Wednesday here on
of I
use electricity.
After the munlty aboard the 'The total output of electric I business and also visiting,th
H.M.S. Bounty, Captain William "Commercial establishments KATHY RENEE POLLOCKMr. friends.

Bligh and 17 other crew mem disease that were never treated I purchased 6.9 billion kilowatt- and Mrs. Bob Pollock of

bers were cast out into the mid. by medicines. The escape was I. hours of electricity last year, up Zellwood are the parents of a Miss Marie Muzyka under
dIe of the Pacific Ocean In theship's I.
tried, but failed by some. Check 10 percent. Manufacturing and I daughter, born May 21 at the went surgery Monday at the
launch, which was equip brave process plants bought 5.8 billion Bunnell General Hospital. She
out this book if you are Orange Memorial Hospital In
ped for a maximum of about enough to read the facts about I kilowatt-hours from electric Orlando. She weighed seven Is reported as recovering satis-
half as many men. The story plants and produced another 2 factorily.
the prison camps. I pounds, ten ounces and has been
brings \to light the extreme
Library Assistant, billion kilowatt-hours in their given the name of Kathy Renee.
agony and utter despair that Cotton D. May. I own establishments, with gainsof Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller were

I these men suffered, and shows I 10 percent and 5 percent re She is the grand-daughter of I In Panama City, Florida, the

man's determination and perse spectively. Other users are not Rev: and Mrs. Robert Carr, past weekend visiting with his
SPACE
ROBERT GODDARD
verance at their highest peaks.To PIONEERBy I' reported separately. former residents of Bunnell. The brothers, Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Ful

learn the saga of Bligh's ,Anne Perkins Dewey 'To produce electric energy In mother Is the former Roberta ler and Mr. and Mrs. Theo Ful
incredible over a thou. Carr. She is also cousin of
voyage Florida, all companies and a ler. They also enjoyed a short
sand miles of ocean and around This is the of the Mrs. of
biography plants used together 1,947,000 Andy Yelvington. Bun. visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
savage-infested islands In a row who almost 40 nell.
man years ago Schaefer and Michael while
short tons of coal (up 9 percent);
boat come and read MEN A.GAIkST built and fired the first liquid- 22,984,000 barrels of oil '(up 17 there. On their return trip they

THE SEA at the, Bun. fuel rocket. Robert Goddard wasa percent) and 92 billion cubic Mrs. Raymond Smith was in visited with her brother and sister -

nell High School Library. true pioneer in the field of feet of gas (down 3 percent) Lake City Tuesday visiting with In law, Mr. and Mrs: I. I.

Senior Library Assistant, space travel, his experimentsand during last year." her husband who is a patientin Moody, Sunday afternoon In
Buzzy McKnight. studies opened the way for the Veterans Hospital there. Lake City.

the scientist of today.It .. .aww.v+
LORNA DOONEBy was in 1914 that Robert Visiting here with Mr. and

R. D. Blackmore Goddard obtained a patent fora R I Mrs. L. A. Yelvington Sunday Communit"

The story tells about a band multistage rocket, based on u68 were Mr. and Mrs. Pascal Carr

'of robbers, The Doones, a fierce the same principles that have R1A PS and children of Melrose. They Memorial Church

\ band who lived who lived by propelled the flight of Atlas,I I, were accompanied home by ........,.. .....
i plundering the countryside in Thor, and Jupiter. Chronically, I Kevin Yelvington who will spend AIR CONDITIONED

revenge for wrongs done to the deadly German V.2 missilesof I a week there' with them. Daytona Are.
.I them by the government. They World War II was almost
:
!I I regarded their neighbors as Identical with the Goddard Guests Sunday at the homeof I FLAGLER BEACH

"I t their prey, they robbed and murdered rocket Prompt Service Mr. and Mrs. C. A., Rlddell Sunday School 10:00 A.M.

them at will. This book shows how an in were Mrs. Riddell's son and Church Service 11:00 A.M.R. .

I John Rldd, when Just a boy ventor's dream came true, be. I The Flagler Tribune, daughter in ,law, Mr. and Mrs. W. DICKER Pub

j of fourteen, falls Into their' valley cause of plain hard work. Phone IDltwood 7.3282 Joy Sisco of Jacksonville. Also RVBRYONR WKLCOMB

I by accident, and Is saved By Steve Neely. BuniulL Florida I Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Magee of 1 J II
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from capture by Lorna Doone. -

When John Is twenty-one, he r.
a .
seeks Lorna again. He hates the

t 'I Doones for killing his father,

i but, he loves Innocent Lorna, i

r r and becomes her protector.
"
To find out more of this story'
'f' t which contains adventure and

romance, come to the library

and read this novel by R. D.

a I Blackmore.'Senior Library Assistant,

Albert Johnston. !


TEN ESCAPE FROM TOJO

I By Commander McCoy, USN llrLOiiL"'w

I Lt Col. Metallic. USA

1 I In war, casualties are expect.
. ed by the numbers. In this book

' the story goes into complete detailed

,Ir description of the facts

i : 1 of the prisons and prisoners. Itt

1 tells ofthe conditions the men
: have to endure or never see the

sun set again.

1:1 There were men dying by the

'I'. ;' hundreds each day, because of

j V Yq ahr- '. ;w
| Till: CIRCUIT COHIIT. 8EV- '? -0 4..
,-=N'ru jrmriAi. CIRCUIT in m d
AND FOIL RLA, I.ICtt COUNTY,
FLORIDA EQUITY<< NO. 1W38 1J.sX4
1'ATIUCIA DILLON.
. rUlntlff.

r t, ROBERT J. DLLO4.Defendant.NOTICM '

TO AIM'KAH AND
'y AN1WKK
! IN THR NAME 011' THE STATE
0. FLOIUOA -
l TO: ROIJKUT J. DILL ON.i .
You are hereby notified that Menu Spa Coin*vitk up to
i cult hu been brought aa-alnit you HO kp owibMf/or mart nub
of FUgler
Circuit Court
I. I County In the Florida. In Equity, by \ (180 kp OMOoftb in Coraa Modrfi)
I I I'ATIUCIA DILLON Plaintiff and
I you are hereby required to file
personally or by attorney with
, the Clerk of said Court your writ. ;
i ten defense If any, to the Com \ Corvair
Bald suit, or before
't the Inhltn: .. of n.n A. D. IKS. ..
and also to nerve' a copy of your
written defenses upon Meaara. Oa-for Onhy one made III AmerIca with Its ea ciae III the ray and Its trunkia front
1! stocky and Krot. Attorneys
Main rialntlff. at Dayton their offlc Reach at Floe 411 Only one made America that doesn't need power steering to make It handle will ''

i : ida June on A.\\r.et\P.before lf i. the a* required flat day by of Only one made In America that offers a 6 with as much as 180 hp...la Corsa models ;.'
the Florida Equity Rule, and ;
, herein full not or Decree Tro Con. I Only MM made America that feels as completely home at a sports ear rally as It does ata church piclie 'j
feaao and Final Deere' will be entered ,
against you by default. I Only one made in America: thata pro snow and and antifreeze (h has no radiator)
1 That the name of the Court in
"f U which the said Circuit suit Court.has been Heventh Instituted Judicial Only one way yon can see the U.SA this summer la a boy like thb-see goer Cberrolet dealer norr.

Circuit of Florida, In and for
Flatter County. In Equity, and
h that the title .of said cause Is as SEE THE USA jHnJjjsy THE NO. WAY
Youaarfurther notified that the
' C, nature of said suit Is a suit for
. divorce and other, custody relief of as minor set forth childrenJ' In Red Hot and Rolling!See your Chevrolet dealer for a new CHEVROLET CHEYELLE CHEVY CORYAIR ,

::.J' rinlntlffs' Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
office at Dunne 1. Florida, this Ifth 09-1035
day of hay A. !). IMS.
B. A. (1M YTln:.
,
. As Clerk of the Circuit Court

OSaiNSKr( of Flatter Col'1tT AND KIIOU Count:: )Florida.flltrMT HALL-TUMIJN CHEVROLET COMPANY

for Plaintiff

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