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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: July 1, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00286
 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. 26 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1965 $2.50 A YEAR' I


Most BusinessesTo ATTEND I- Flagler Beach I ]BALL HOWARD GAME BOWERS SET FOR i Park Facilities A


Be Closed I,[LETTERS CARRIERS Fireworks Set j jj I I MEMORIAL FUND I Construction In I


Monday 5th I I and Mr.son and Tony Mrs. Marvin have returnedto Parker For Monday Night =i|I sponsoring Flagler County a Softball Teenagers game Friday are. |This County Set
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their home here after attend. The City of Flagler Beach's
night at the local field to
Most all business houses of
ing the 46th convention of the annual fireworks display, staged Facilities to be constructed at
i support a "Howard Bowers Me. I
Bunnell will be closed Monday I!
Washington Oaks Gardens State
Florida Rural Letter Carriers' each Fourth of July will be on mortal Fund."
in celebration of the legal holi II i I Association, held In Orlando.At I Monday ,night, July 5, from the Park, Flagler Beach State rark. ;
day. All three grocery stores I II I municipal pier. The team, The Ladles All I and the Bulow Plantation Ruins .
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will remain open all day Monday the end of the convention -' Historic Memorial during 1965
I The display will begin about Stars, will play a St. Augustineteam *
li was learned. I I Mr. Parker had completed dark City Clerk Helen Nolte I',I at 8 o'clock that evening. I 67 biennium have been announced I

The two Drug stores said they his year as president of the association. I said today All I donations will go tothe, by State Park Director l
.
I' He had I!
previously
would be open on the Sunday I II I, "Howard Bowers Memorial Bill Miller I
schedule both Sunday and Mon served a year as vice president I Cobb Fund." The memorial will prob-
H. C. Serves .
J Construction funds totaling i
day. They will open during the I i t and also three years as a member I I';I ably be given to the leucomlna $100,000 have been allocated for
I of the board of directors. 1 I I l Foundation. Young Bowers died
morning hours and close at 1 On Star Route these three areas. At Washing I
I { May 2 following a long Illness
o'clock. Mrs. Parker is the carrier for I I ton Oaks Garden State Park,
Those expressing their intention I rural route 1 of the Bunnell I II Twenty-five Year I from leucomenla. I $17,745 will be used to develop

of remaining closed all day I post office' serving the Espanola, I The public Is Invited to attend a beachfront, picnic area com l
Monday include: Sturmans Department I Bimini St. Johns Park and Haw H. C Cobb of Espanola completed the game, 'schedueld for tomorl I plete with restroom' facilities !
Store, Land and Sea Creek areas of Flagler County.Mr. Wednesday June 30, 25 I row night. 'and picnic pavilions. Also :
rural years as contractor for the Burt- for construction Is
Fashions, Citizens Bank, Western Parker serves a planned a ;
route from Crescent City. nell post office star route. I visitor's center with ,roadwaysand I
Auto Bunnell Cleaners Flagler .
The route serves the Flagler i Flagler County landscaping which will
and Insurance
Abstract
County I Beach post office in addition to cost an estimated $22,255. I
Agency, Dunn Hardware and School Board the patrons between Bunnell,I Receives Extra
Supply, Flagler Hardware, Bakers Improvements planned for the :
Flagler Beach, and Korona areas '
Department Store, Lewis 4 Special Meeting of the county. Mail Service Flagler Beach State Park ,are a

Barber Shop. I Until the past few years, Mr. ranger residence, $14,470; de.
The Post Office will be closed The Flagler County School Cobb made a complete round Postmaster Ray Mercer of velopment of a beachfront swim.
all day Sunday and Monday. Board met In special last Saturday trip on the route once each day I Bunnell and Rufus Miller of mlng area $13, .'30; and Instal. 4
Beach In Jackson. '
All offices at the Flagler to transact some routine a distance of about 32 miles. Flagler were lation of bulkheadlng, $5,000;
County Court House will closed business, Including reemploylng For the past 10 years in addition I vllle Friday attending the meet. and waterlines, $1,700.

all day Monday it was stated. all bus drivers upon'recommendation to the round trip each j ing of area postmasters. Construction funds totaling

The- Board- of- County Commissioners of the bus superintend. morning he also makes an after ; Transportation Director C. T'I $25,000 will be used to begin
also postponed their ent Travis Chambers and County noon round trip to the Flagler r Howard of the Atlanta region restoration of the old sugar

meeting from Monday to Tues. Supt. Coy Harris. Beach post office and back to i post office departments met with mill at the Bulow Plantation
day. The board agreed to change Bunnell, a distance of about 16 'the group to announce the full r Ruins Historic Memorial. i
painters on the steel frameworkof miles. activation of the Jacksonville r

Carver School gym Harris Mr. Cobb has a 1931 Model A sectional center on July 1. :. Allocated for park operations I
TB Area Steering reporting the crew that was do- Ford which he uses for the long Mr. Howard noted that there during the'fiscal year commencing I

Ing the work apparently was trip In the morning. lie saysit were 553 sectional centers In July 1 Is a total of $32.669 "
Committees Meet costing the board too much. is easier to serve the patron's the United States, 41 In the Atlanta for Washington Oaks Carden ,i

Harris was authorized tq employ ,-. boxes from the Model A. In the region, and 12 In the Stateof State Park $5,195 for Flagler (

T In Titusville other. ,,palntejs _'" jfternoon fte uses', a 19G3'D dle.: Florida* serving 553, associate I Beach State Park and $6,681 for .
Area Tuberculosis Associations Agreed to hold the board's Mr, Cobb lives In Espanola offices.' The Flagler County cen the Bulow Plantation Ruins His "''

stated meeting on Tuesday, July with his wife, Lucille. They ter is located in Jacksonville, tonic Memorial. These figure
being developed throughoutthe
are 6. ; have two daughters, Mrs. Eldon serves 72 offices. will provide for the addition of
state under a muter planof
Signed agreement for reimbursement Knight of Bunnell and Mrs. Sue 'Along with this change Flag one man to the Washington
by
re-organlzatlon approved
the 1962 TB and Health Association by federal govern- Byrum of Daytona Beach. They lee County will receive In ad. Oaks Gardens Park's staff during
Board of Directors. for milk purchased for cafeteria. also have four granddaughters.Tiny ,dltlon to an early morning re the coming year. I
This agreement has been In celpt of mall, malls from the j
Area 5 Is comprised of Bre- and and from' the "We are pleased to report
force a number of years Tot Circus south at 10 a m.
vard, Volusla, and Flagler Counties this progress for WashingtonOaks
was not changed. Staged FridayThe north at 4' p.m. This will also
and is planned to go Into Garden Park, Flagler
Some teachers It was report. give us an outgoing mail in the
operation In the near future. ed, preferred receiving salary In Tiny Tot Circus was presented morning at 10 o'clock, Mr. Mercer Beach Park and Bulow Historic
The Initial meeting of the steer. 12 monthly Installments Insteadof last Friday afternoon in said." Memorial," Miller laid. This Ii
Ing committee of Area 5 was Bunnell High School auditorium. j code Is a real step forward toward
10. The board left it up to In connection with ZIP ,
held June 25 at the Imperial Supt Harris to work out with Participating were: Drum Ma. Mr. Howard announced that six the full development of these I

Towers, Titusville.Officers teachers method of payment. Jor, Alicia Martinez; Rhythm high speed optical "reading! : ma areas."
of the steering com '' Authorized Supt. Harris to employ Band, Lady Rodgers, Karen chines" have been ordered for <

mlttee elected were Chairman qualified person or firm to Clegg, Janet Scott, DeeDee delivery to the offices at Detroit Flagler Woman'sClub
.. R. E. Wilkinson; Vice chairman inspect all heating equipmentin Krantz, Pat Zimmerle, Elaine and Buffalo. These machines
_. Leroy Northrup; Secretary, Mrt- Weeks, and Lila Allen.
schools prior to school open read and sort not only by ZIP Sponsors
George Garretson. The area Act. Ing this fall.Discussed Dancing Dog, Steven Manuel; number but by the second line I
Ing Manager Director' for the Ring Master, Jay Rodgers; Twirl
: the monthly salary of the address as well, which Booth July 5th
Area was Mrs. Ann S. Moore. of school members, but left the er, Debbie Sue Herr; Vocalist, represents a major technical I
She will be located In the Day. matter for further study of the Patty French; Piano Soloist/ Karen breakthrough in optical scan
tons Beach area, with the area state law on county officers sal Clegg; Accompaniest, Mrs. nlng. I The Flagler Beach Woman'sClub
offices. I aries. School board membersnow Walter Great; Clowns, Diane I president, Miss Emily
, County Chairman Camle Lynn' $100 month. Harris, Jeff and Jim Crews, Paula Gage, and members wish every
get a
ST. THOMAS
named Mrs. Levi Brannam of I Klwala, Dan Zimmerle, Patty one a happy and safe Fourthof
Bunnell and Mrs. Frank Brede I and Peggy Reynolds. WILL WELCOME July weekend.
of Flagler Beach to represent' Seniors To Meet Cowboys: Butch Anderson, Du. REV. ROBERT STUART They also Invite everyone to
Flagler County at the meeting I ane Weeks Cary Harris, Micky stop by the club's refreshment
last Friday. I July 6 at BeachThe and Boyce Atkinson. I Members and invited guestsof booth which will be located on

The Florida Tuberculosis and Indians: Frank and Bill St Thomas Episcopal Church the boardwalk north of the pier,
Health Association re- next ,regular meeting of olds. n'l Bunnell, will have a bar-b-que July 5. It will be open from I
tlon plan was devised ranlza'I' the Flagler Senior Citizens Club This Friday there will be party on Saturday, July 10. 9:30:: In the morning until the
the current program will be held next Tuesday eve eral short plays by the Each family Is asked to bringa i fireworks display In the evening.
the changing trends in the fight I nlng. July 6, In the clubroom theatre group. The first play covered dish. Those wishing The committee said a free
to eradicate tuberculosis and to I In the Municipal Building at The Start of A Vacation" will to swim may come at 4 o'clock American Flag will be given to

combat other respiratory dis ] Flagler Beach. begin at 2 p.m. The Doctor's and the supper will be served : each child stopping by as long

eases. It to aimed at improving Thete will be a carry-in supper Dilemma" will follow with at 5:30. as the supply lasts.
the quality of program activities;, starting at 6 o'clock. Members Catherine Harris and Mike Manuel Guest of honor will be Rev. I
at both the state and local levels I who have out-of-town heading the cast Robert Stuart and family, who GARMENT CLOSET
I In has assumed his duties as minIster I
friends
by Insuring maximum utilization guests or vacationing '
of all combined resources the area are urged to bring Flagler Beach of St. Thomas Episcopal ARTICLES NEEDED
Including funds and personnel. II them said Rev. E. Lester Stan. To Sell Dog ChurchThe affair will be heldat 1 The Flagler County Garment
I I ton, chairman.No Licenses the home of Mr. and Mrs. Closet Committee .Is still In need '.
Arctic floes make an eerie' formal program has been Flagler Beach City Clerk said Louis Stefllk, Highway 100 'of all types of clothing The co-

AlCnC FLOES EERIE SOUND i planned but following the din today the city has made arrangements -, East chairwomen.I Mrs. Katherine
creaking sound. As they grind I ner hour the clubroom will reI to have Veterinarian Perryman, Bunnell, and Mrs.

t together la the grip of wind and I I main open for card playing and Dr! Rawls at the city hall on COUNTY COMMISSIONERS .Jean Chlmpky of Flagter Beach,
.
current the Ice builds into a other games. July 22 from 9 a.m. to 10:30 TO MEET TUESDAY urge all persons who have used
pressure ridge. Huge blocks rear L m to give rabies Innocula I'clothing to contact the commit
, 40 to 50 feet Into the air. Minutes II The ferocious robber fly bas lions for all dogs. With Monday July 5, being a tee representative from their
'
" later, this structure, seem. a mustache and beard. The She also said the dog licenses holiday, the Board of County respective 'church so that the
\.., ingly tough as steel may snapand i bristly mass helps protect the will be available at city hall Commissioners postponed 'the I. clothing can be channeled, assembled *
I crumble onto the ice belowwith fly's eyes from struggling. after the dogs have been Innoc f regular stated meeting' until 9. and placed In the
devastating force. times. ulated. a.m Tuesday July 6. 'closet'I.

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I Medders 3 0 0 FLAGLER BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL-JUNE 3, 1965
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SPfJ'NOT'R7SES' Taylor 4 0 1

LITTLE LEAGUE I

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braves 'Ab B H

PONY LEAGUE Geller 2 0 0
h Solomon 2 1 1
White Sox Ab B H I I Wetherington 3 1 1
Wetherington 2 1 0 Manuel 2 1 0
B. Geller 4 0 1 Smith 3 0 1
B. Robinson 4 .0 0 I Pelllcer, Y!. 3 0 1
W Thornton 3' 2 2 Brock 3 0 1 4i
M. Robinson 3 0 2 Krantz 3 0 0''
J. Parrish ." 2 0 ,0 H. Aebing 2 0 0 I k It.
D. Flooo ,. 3 0 0 Dodgers Ab B H
B. Thornton 2 0 0 Wetherhtgton, w.' 2 3 1
W. Thomas 2 0 0 Kelly, Z. 3 2 '1

Yankees Ab B H Improta 4 2 1 4 I i ittLi
J. Robinson 4 1. 1 1. Townsend 3 3 2 I
B. Miller .' 2 1 1 C. Jackson 3 0 2
M, Barber 3 1 2 M. Kelly 4 1 2 I I 4i
Worley 4 2 2 Yannotll 4 1 1
lIy Whitaker 3 0, 1 Hutch King 1 2 1 L
C. Wetherington 3 0 1 G. Bradley 4 0 0 i1
'B. Scott 3 0 1

-:0-' Front Row: Frank Parrish, Sharon Dean, Pat Duncan, Ilene Beggs, Charles Flood, Donna
:. CONSERVATIONNEUfQ I Whitney, Vicky Perritt, Leo Fleurle. -
Second Row: Kenneth Mace, Fred Fruits, Kenneth Crouch, Lena Woods, Jack Collins, Linda
(Alt KINDS CPPEOPu) By Smith, Bruce Arnold.
J ""till Back Row: Robert Ritter, Debby Johnson, Sandra Abbott, Michele McCleary, Wesley Miller, and
Tllmon W. RobinsonThe
Pam McDaniel.
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Soil Conservation: ServiceIs -
assisting Rayonler, Inc., with digging operation being done nothing Is duller to my mind
1 ,- the Installation of a 3%-mile with the company's, own drag.. than an imitation. But I am in MILLER
drainage canal. line. the minority. If people felt like ELECTRONICS
me there would be no keepingup
I'" After a request several months Completion of the canal will
1744 Ocean Shore Bird.
AilS td3Blslip. with the Joneses and then
officials, SCS relieve serious flooding that
ago by Rayonler
where would the world be?
technicians made an engineer. stunts the growth of young' / REPAIRS ON TV'S
Ing survey of a tract of several pine trees. Also the spollbank ,Also at the library a large' box WASHERSDRYERS
thousand| acres of woodland of the dirt removed from the of the latest paperbacks from
I which was In need of addition. ditch will be spread and used Mrs. Jasper White's daughter.
al drainage. After the survey for an access road. in law, Ida White. Mysteries, Call Collect 672-0377
was completed and plotted, a historical novels, pleasant novels
oWGLr I II drainage system was designedby humorous war novels, not ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Recent rain has slowed
heavy
r SCS engineers with the ca so humorous, too, all readable.
work several land leveling
I on
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pacity necessary adequate
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Jobs In Flagler. Among those
drainage of the tract.
under construction. Include Jobs
At present the proposed ditchis for A. B. Johnston, W. W. Deen FOR EFFICIENT SERVICE COME TO
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being staked out at 100-foot 'and Alfred Tucker.
BUDDY KNOX 66 SERVICE CENTEROn
I intervals showing designed ,top
width, bottom width and depthto AlA &: N. 4th St., Flagler Beach
be dug. Construction has already Books Are My
I been started, with the' Disk Phone 439.9221

I By Dorothy Romans

Newest Ian Fleming-"You- Goodyear Pre-Summer Tire Sale
Only Live 'l\vice"-is at the I l

FOR THE BEST IN SERVICED Flagler Woman's Club Library. New Tires From, $10 I up Plus Tax
" The last book he wrote beforehe

ON died, The Man With the
,
t Golden Gun," will be out In
paperback on August, 24. We
r- TRUCKS"lit. hope to have a copy here. More 1 CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
than ,a million copies of it was II

I' AND sold after his death. H. CRAIG Funeral Director

A The New York Times reported I ROBERT WORLEY. Associate
that Fleming had a contract
AUTOMOBILESService with his publishers that was so AIR I LADY I OXYGEN
worded books could be written CONDITIONED T EQUIPPED
about James Bond after Flem CHAPEL I ATTENDANT | AMBULANCES
ing's death, but while the books
DepartmentAIR may be thrilling and all that, Phone ID 7-3532

the gay handling of grim facts 201 E MOODY BLVD. BUlfNEU. FLORIDA
CONDITIONING that Fleming did so superbly
could never be copied.I .
ENGINE OVERHAULS
don't know why they wantto
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONSTUNE try to copy him anyway, 24 HourWrecker ..R..
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JOHNSON-CARTMILL I
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Ria Nell Johnston became the

bride 'of James Donald Cartmil
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ANNA MARIE TRAD in a beautiful and Impressive r 1

Mr.. and Mrs. Louis Trad, Jr, candlelight ceremony at the
of Jacksonville are the parent First Methodist Church of Bun

of a daughter, Anna Marie, born nell at 7:30 Friday evening, ti w

June 22 at the St. Vincent Hospital June 18, 1965.

there. Rev. Howard R. Porter, pastor
is the granddaughter of
She
of the local church and Rev
Mrs. Louis Trad, Sr. of Bunnel .
Robert Carr, pastor of the Greenville
and the late Mr. Trad. Methodist Church, offll M

elated in the double ring cere
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Visiting ,here Monday with I mony. Rev. Carr is a former 1, l '
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friends were former resident, pastor of the local church and l t '
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Richards of is presently serving as pastor of ;_

Chamois, Mo. Mr. Richards operated the bridegroom's family church 1,

the Pure Oil Station hereabout
The bride Is the daughter of "
five years ago. Mr. and Mrs A. B. Johnston, I' ?}

600 North Anderson street, Bun
Howard Taylor was a recent
nell. The bridegroom is the son
visitor in Ft. Pierce with his of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cartmil
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard
of Greenville, Florida.
Taylor, Sr. Ills father is seriously ..
ill at his home there. I Ray Mercer was organist and

While there Howard also visit soloist was Andy Yelvington.

with his uncle, Herbert Fulu,
The maid of honor was Kl
who Is recuperating after several
Link o Tampa. Serving as:
recent heart attacks. Another -
bridesmaids were Ida Allen and
uncle, Oscal Fultz, is currently .
Gloria Johnston, Bunnell, both
confined to a Brunswick,
cousins of the bride; Karen Cart "ri
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Ga. hospital after suffering a '
mill, sister of the groom; and a Y
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serious heart attack recently.Mrs.
Lynn Dudley of Miami, Florida -

Hubert Smedley and The flower girl was Debby : ; : !
Cartmill, sister of the groom.
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children, Sally and Clay, hav :
returned to their home in Jones, I The best man was the groom'i .h' 1 .4 t.y1y w

Ala. after visiting here with he: father, James C Cartmill of: "

parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Greenville. Ushers were John ,

Robertson and her son in law Johnston and Albert Johnston t w'

and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E< brothers of the bride; Joe Relmi
Zeller and family. and Mike Hudson of Greenville 4a

The maid of honor wore a I

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Riddle; pink lace and sheer over taffet I

had as their guest Sunday her floor length gown fashion ; '

son, Joy Sisco, of Jacksonville with a lace bodice, oval neckline '
Mrs. Sisco was not able to with short sleeves. The : .
company her husband here aC.1 skirt was sheath sheer over taffeta ,
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cause of a recent accident when with bow trims at waist :

she had the misfortune of breaking I line. She wore a matching

several bones in her foot. headpiece petals and pearls ,
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with a butterfly veil.

and Mrs. Lester Dcen ol The bridesmaids wore gowns

Miami were visiting here with jf Ice Mint fashioned Identicalto
Brown, Jr. greeted guests at the
relatives and friends recently. that of the maid of honor. door. .

The flower girl wore pink fashioned .
Assisting In serving were Mrs. .
Kendall along the same lines
Mr. and Mrs. George
William Deen. Sr., Mrs. Robert
have returned to their home hereafter Their flowers were cascade bouquets Bertha, Mrs. James<< Craig, Mrs [ FLAGLER BEACH AUCTION
spending the past week in of lavender orchids and
Walter Morris Mrs. William .
Elmont, Tenn., vacationing. I I Feathered carnationsThe Wadsworth and Mrs. Martin .

Howard bride, given in marriageby In McDaniel. I'' Starting 1st at 7 P. M.
County Agent Taylor her father, was radiant : July

and his secretary, Mrs. Clyde a white traditional Imported i
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Mr. and: M.S. Raphael Stur-l
taf/eta. The
Monday silk over
Lewis, were In Gainesville organza ,
on official business.Mr. folk and sleeves were of re- man ,are leaving during the) SUNDAY AT 1 P. M.
embroidered Akron with seal- weekend to spend two weeks In: I.

Energy Cruseof loped v-neckllne. The controlled XNancock. Va. and Ocean City,| :
and Mrs. Moody Boulevard at Sign-Phone 2554334
Hastings were here Sundayvisiting skirt was attached at the na- Md. They will be guests of .
son In law and daughter, Mr.I .
with Mrs. Ellen Lee rual waistline., The detachable
and Mrs. Dill Marshall.Mr. .
and iVatteau train was outlined
and family and also Mr. I
Smith. Theywere with a deep border of scalloped
Mrs. Raymond rs. C. f.
and O. Magee
headdress was a
accompanied by her daughter ace. Her
I I
returned to their home
have
Mrs. Patsy Johnson of Hast double crown of seed pearls and
rystals with Alecon lace motifs. after a two weeks vacation In

ings. I I Die crown held In place the twolered Brevard. N. C.SMES. NOTICEAnyon

Andy Fryman of Ocala is vis walst-length veil of Imnrted -

itlng here with his parents. Mr. silk Illusion. Her flowers'err

and Mrs. William Fryman, North w five white orchids arranged

Anderson street.Spending in a cascade bouquet.
the past week with The bride's mother wore an

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Creal E.I I apricot chiffon street length l< ? caught throwing beer cans or
her with matching accessories
Lambert St., Bunnell, were ;own
nephew and his wife. Mr, and ler flowers were pale lavender

Mrs. Harvey Walter and their Trhlds. 'breaking bottles on the streets or side-
five children of Skokle, 111 The The bridegroom's mother wore

Walter family were on the last a i blue embroidered organza
leg of a month-long vacation I k ;own with white accessories! and walks in the City of Bunnell will be

which Included camping stops white orchids.

at Kentucky Lake and Myrtle The bride's maternal grand- .
prosecuted.
Beach. S.C. While here they other Mrs. Nell Allen was at. DOWN1 I ..
drove to West Palm Beach to red in a teal blue crepe with
with Mrs. Wal white accessories and blue tintd .
visit for a day TOO CAN MAle norm R>si s twin
ter's father. I carnations.
I RECxrnorf ADVIITO.NO. CAU US

Mr. and )frs. Carlton Johnston Following the ceremony a reeption TODAY AND UP TA1K A1OUT
the was given at the Bun.n.l1 POLICE DEPARTMENT
had as their guests over YOU ADVUrtSINO H11Df.kLMStrE .
past weekend )Ir. and Mrs. Community Center
Henry Reroley and Mrs. Robert Miss Barbara Smythe kept
Williams of Savannah Ca. the bride's book and }.ff:'. Dale JS SILL rQi St.a

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PAGE THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, July ,1, 1965

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CIRCUIT COURT 8HV-/I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO 423
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ENTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN REGISTER FICTITIOUS$ NAME Deed Joeg80 Page raeJJBook ; Subscribe to The Hosier Tribune

CLASSIFIED AND FOR. KLAULKH, COUNTY, 67, Page 263: O. R. Book
FLORIDA. CIIANCKHY NO. SOT I No. 1175, Chapter 20952. Law 1. Page 401; O. R. Book 3, 5230 A Year In Advance
GEORGE THORNBURO, of Florida, Acts eralorned 194 Page 61; O. R. Book 5. Page
Plaintiff. as amended, the of wilt 485: O. R. Book 6, Page S/Ii;, ;
VI. with the Clerk the Circuit O. R. Book 8, Page I'; O. R.
ADS EMMA D. THORNBURO. Court In and for Flagle Book 13, Page R. Book NOTICE OK INTENTION TO
Defendant County Florida, upon receipt of: 6. Page 457: O. U7hoO. 1, Page REGISTER FICTITIOUS !'fAMIDIn
NOTICE OF SUIT proof of publication of this notice 42; O. a Book 7. Page 191; compliance with House Bill
Listings under this heading are I IN THE! NAME OF THE STATEOF the following fictitious name: ,O. R. Book 8, Page 153: O. R. 1175, Chapter 20953. Laws of Flor
located at ids Acts of 1941, as amended, theundersigned
Insertion. FLORIDA: Munch and Lunch, Book 6. Page 236; O. K. Book I
3 cents a word each EMMA D. THORNBURO Flagler Beach, Florida under which 11, Page 449; all being the Pub- will register with the
TO
75 cents Is the minimum charge: : 420: Peach StreetKannapolls. I will engage In the business of lic Record of Flagler County, Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
North Carolina Restaurant on South AlA and that Florida. for Flagler County. Florida upon
Is the only receipt of proof of publication of
required to file the undesldgned person

FOR SALE BABY BED and playpen II with You het are Clerk hereby the of lIthlf Complaint t I Dated Interested at Bunnell.In said Florida business.this Amount of Special..._...Assessment ......-.2121.84 name this notice: the following fictitious

like new. Bed $25.00; Pen filed e herein against you In the fth day of June A. D. 1965. PARCEL NUMIIKR TWO Bunnell Sod Farm located at
No. 11
7-1-lt entitled cause on or before Mrs. Ruth Brandt P.O. Box 291, Highway Highway No. 100.
$8.00. Phone 4373386. above Being I a part of the North Half Bunnell, Florida under which
the 26th day of July, 1965 and servea Flagler Beach, Florida. of the Northwest Quarter of will In the we
copy thereof upon Lawrence W. June 10-17-24 & July 1-4 to Section 12. Township 12 South ing :soot and that business the undersignedare of sell
Corns, plaintiff attorney whose Range 31 East and more -
particularly
furnished the only interested
FOR SALE-2 bedroom address !. Post Office Box: 5217 IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT. OKFLAOLKR described as follows: said business.persons In
3 lots Daytona Beach Florida. COUNTY, FLORIDA Beginning at the point where
home located on Dated at Bunnell .,
Florida this
The Flagler Tribune Is herebydesignated IN CHANCERY NO. MM7 _-...." the North line of said Section
Sth day of June A.D.
19(5.
150 x 150 feet on Stone St. Call at the newspaper In ELIZABETH BROWN, 12. Intersects the Easterly EARL KNABB.
7.1 which this order shall be publishedonce Plaintiff boundary of the 500 foot right- VILOICE' RAULERSON
4373546. -ltp week for four consecutive
a v. of-way of the Florida Intra-
June 10-17-24 A July
1-4tp
weeks HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A CARLHAROLD BROWN Sn.Defendant". coastal Waterway, according '- --
DECREE PRO CONFESSO WILL Plat recorded In Plat Book 4 at IN TIIR COUNTY JUDOfrS COURTIN
HELP WANTED-Kitchen help. BE ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR NOTICE TO DEFEND Page 16 'of the Pubic Recordsof AND FOR FLAGLRR COUN
SUCH FAILURE.The THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: Flagler County. Florida as a TY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
Call Malphurs Restaurant. Phone nature of this suit Is a Com- CARL HAROLD BROWN, SR. point of reference and running CASE NO. 790
4373471. 6-24-tf plaint for Divorce. 87 Rlvervlew Avenue thence South 15' 36' 14* East, In Re: Estate of
r WITNESS my hand and seal at Neptune New Jersey, along the said Easterly rla-ht- ARLIDGE E. SKAMBLEN.Deceased..
.- Bunnell. Flagler trhllorlda. You are hereby notified that a of-way boundary a distance of .
this 21st day of June, suit has been filed against you In 112.43 feet; thence North 86' U'
FOR SALE-3 bedroom home in (Official Clerk E. A. Court the above entitled cause; and you 06* East a distance of 242.9 NOTICE
of the Circuit hereby required answer the point of beginning TO ALL PERSONS HAVING ANY
Flagler Beach completely furnished are ktoorlhr.o' te\hf\ :
1 Flagler County, Florida with the description; thence continuing CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST
$5,500 cash. Givens Real June 21 &: July 1.8.15-410 and to.serve a copy thereof upon North 86*48' 06* East, THE ESTATE OF: ARL1DOB E.SIIAMIILEN .
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney. a distance of 80.0 feet; thence Deceased.
ty, 4392035. 6-24-tf IN TILE CIRCUIT COURT OF whose name ana address Is: South 2' 11' 64* East a distance You and each of you are hereby
FL.Afit.KR COUNTY, FLORIDA. RAY SELDEN of 160.0 feet to the Northerly notified that an Order Declaring
IN CHANCERY NO. B041 Helden Building boundary of Palm Circle: Administration of the Estate of
DUE TO DIVORCE we have a RICHARD E. BELZ Daytona thence South ".U'06" Wes. ARLIDGE E. 8KAMBLEN. Deceased -

repossessed 65 model swing Plaintiff not later than :rhi.>l A. ftdtn5. along said Northerly boundary as unnecessary has been
ELIZABETH'NICHOLSON If you fall to do '0. decree pro a" distance of 80.0 feet; thence entered by the Honorable T. K.
needle Dial-O-Matic Zig Zag| BELZ. confesso will be entered against North or 11' 54* West distance McKnlght Judge of the County
Defendant you for the relief demanded In the 1(0.0 feet to hea point Judge's Court. Flagler County. ,
like new, makes thousands of NOTICE TO DEFEND bill of complaint. The nature of of beginning of this description Florida.
fancy stitches makes automatic THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: said suit being for divorce. Bearings are referred to the Kindly govern yourself accord
LISLE
ELIZABETH NICHOLSON ingly.
WITNESS my hand and seal ol True Meridian and parcel contains -
buttonholes, sews on buttons, 33 Sanford Drive said Court this 3rd day of June,, 0.293 acres. First publication June 10. 19(5.
R. D. No. 2 T. K. MCKNIGHT, county Judge
blind hems, monograms, darns, Dover New Jersey, A.Official D. 11185.Seal) E. A. SMYTHE Amount of Special Assessment June 10-17-24 & July; 1-4tc
([ .. .
I You are hereby notified that a .... I 160.00
Credit I Clerk of said Circuit Court
Ph.
4 of $7.49.
/ payments suit has been filed against you In By Julia R. Harvey IN. TIIB CIRCUIT COURT ETRNTH -
Mgr. Daytona 255-6431. the above entitled cause; and you Deputy Clark IMHCKL NUMIIKIl TIIHEK JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OKFLORIDA.
I are hereby required un- Beginning at a point 40 fee IN AND FOR FLAG-
ktoor :hr.o'g'O June 10-17-24 & July 1-4to and 25 feet West of the .
6.24.2tp swer with the t, North ...:R COUNTY IN CHANCERYNO.
i and to serve a copy thereof upon IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 8I5V.KNTII Southeast corner of the North SOW
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney, CIRCUIT OKFLORIDA. Half of Tract 10; running North JANE B. BUCKMAN.
and lot listIngs JUDICIAL
ANTED-Acreage whose name and address Is: 58 feet, thence West 214 feet Plaintiff
II".AOI.EIt
>> IN AND FOR -
South 68 thence
thence feet
In Flagler County. Sun RAY SELDEN
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY -
Selden BuildingDaytona East 214 feet to the point of WILLIAMvs
/ State Realty, Charles Trad, as Beach Florida NO. none BEACH beginning; In the the North JAMES BUCKMAN. JR.
FLAGLER ,
CITY OK Defendant.NOTICK .
not later than July 2 th, A. D. 1945. Half of Tract 10. Block D, 8 ctlon
'loclate
exist-
745 Main Street, Daytona a municipal corporation >SouthRange :
I'" If you fall to do so. decree proconte..o the laws of the 11, Township 12
1 will be entered against Inaunder 31 East In the Bunnell IN THE
Beach. Ph.. 255.5242, residence State of Florida, Flagler County NAME OF THE STATE
f you for the relief demanded In the Development Company's Allot OF FLORIDA TO:
2551791. bill.of.. The nature of Florida, Plaintiff ment as per plat filed with the I JAMES WILLIAM BUCKMAN JR.
j complaint.
said suit divorce. Clerk of the Circuit Court of'' Rural Rout No. I, Box 22( Cap
J NIMROD Camping Trailers for WITNESS my hand and seal of vs- Flagler Count Florida. I Qlrardeau, MissouriYou
said Court this 22nd day of JuneA. Certain lands upon which special Amount of Special Assessment are hereby required to answer

: Sale. Moody's Pharmacy, Bun- D. 1965.Official assessments are delinquent .. ......- ... 116.49 the Complaint for Annulment
( Heal) E. A. SMYTHE within the municipality of filed herein against you In the
nell. May 13-tl Clerk of said Circuit Court Flagler Beach Florida, PARCEL NUMBER FOUR above entitled cause by filing your
By Julia R. Harvey Defendants.NOTICE Beginning at feet Answer with the Clerk of the Circuit
UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell] Deputy Clerk West and 214 tetP1Jthl of the Court, Bunnell. Florida. on or
June 24 & July 1-8-15- 4tc TO 'ALL PERSONS AND COR- Southeast corner of the North before July 9, 19(8. and serving a
Fla. Hwy. 11, will pick up and --.- ---- ORATIONS INTERESTED IN OR Half of Tract 10. Block D. running true copy of said Answer uponPlaintiffs
deliver all furniture free. For IN TIIF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I HAVING ANY LIEN OR CLAIM West 214 feet thence attorney J. BOYD De-
flKVKNTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT UI'ON ANY OF THE LANDS DE- North 68 feet thence East 214 XJACH. 202 Bank of New Smyrna
,I sample material and prices on IN AND FOIL FLAUL.F.R COUN- SCRiIIED feet, thence South 61 feet to Building[ New Smyrna Beach, Flor
EnriBY\
TY,* FLORIDA IN CHANCKRY YOU ARK NOTIFIED I the point of beginning. In the ida.Herein
l I labor call 4373673. April 22-tf NO. MSB that the CITOP' FLAOLER I II North Half of Tract 10 BlockD fall not lest a Deere Pro
Ruth Woodard I BEACH has filed Its bill of complaint Section 11 Township 12 Confesso be entered against you.
) SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain' Plaintiff In the above named Court South Rang 21 East In the "The Flagler Tribune" Is hereby
versus I/I to foreclose delinquent special Development Company's designated as the newspaper In
fields Installed; snail shell. Reasonable Munrow Franklin Woodard Sr.. assessments with, Interest and pens AUt:1: as per- plat filed with which this Notice shall be published
Defendant. I allies upon the parcels of land the Clerk Of the Circuit Court once a week for four (4) consecutvle -
Call Ja-
prices. George NOTICE OF SUIT set forth In the following schedule of Flagler Florida weeks
'I roz, ID 7.3410 8-1-tf IN THE NAME OF THE STATE the aggregate amount of such Amount of Special l Assessment WITNESS my hand and official
OK FLORIDA: special assessments. Interest and .._.-, .......-I 116.00l'Alt'FL seal at lIunn.IIoJl'lal'l.: ., County,
TO: Munrow Franklin Woodard, penalties Florida, .; day of June A. D.
CONSTIPATED? Sr.. parcels of land,t't: :i tI.: NIMUKIl FIVE 1115.

T* prove PRUN-KVAC containing Manchester New Hampshire aid bill of complaint, being set I Beginning at a point 98 feet ([Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
Prunes Figs & Senna la world's Residence Address unknown opposite such parcels In the following North and 25 feet West of the Clerk of Circuit Court
Smo-o-thest. best and most natural You are hereby required to Ale schedule, to-wlt: Southeast corner of the North By Julia R. HarveyJ.
laxative hurry to with Itrb.t leeotlltlhl C complaint I PARCEL NUMIIKR ONK I Half of Tract 10; running I PeLOACH0" Clerk
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BOYD
MOODY'S PHARMACYfor Being a part of the North Halt North 68 feet thence West 214
f Sled against you In the above entitled of Section Township 12 feet thence South 68 feet 103 Bank of New Smyrna Bldg.
generous FREE! ) cause on or before July 25. South Range Iii East and more thence East 214 feet to the point New Smyrna Reach Florida
40 tablets for 78a Over re\og 965 and serve a copy thereof on particularly described as follows of beginning; In the North Half Attorney for Plaintiff.
sold each year. Joseph Hlrchmsn. plaintiffs attorney : Beginning at a point of Tract 10. Block I). Section I tune 10-17-24 A July 1-4tc
herein whose address I.U where the North line of said 11. Township 12 South Range
)/-SxNN( v >x..s I I North Halifax Avenue, Daytona Section 12 Intersects the Easterly 31 East In the Bunnell Development IN TILE CIRCUIT COURT OKFLAULKR
leach, Florida boundary of the 600 foot Company's Allotment as COUNTY, FLORIDAIN
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER The Flagler Tribune Is hereby rght-ot- Florida In- per plat filed with the Clerk i CHANCERY NO. &*3T
I estimated as the newspaper In tracoastal Waterway, accordingto of the Circuit Court of Flag- NICHOLAS AOOOLIX
BEACH REALTY CO. I which this order shall be published Plat recorded In I'lat Hook ler County. Florida. rlalntlff.
: week. for four consecutive of the Public Records of Special As-
LOTS HOMES OCEAN FRONT once a 4 at Page II Amount I Y'
weeks. HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A of Flagler County. Florida assessment _I UI.JO MAVIS AOOOLIA..
WATER FRONT, FARMS, DECREE PRO CONFESSO' WILL and running thence South IS* I Defendant
UI ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR 36' 14* East, along said Easterly IMRCKL NUMBER sly I NOTICE TO DKKKVD
ACREAGE I SUCH FAILURE.The right-of-way: boundary, a Beginning at a point 25 feet THE FLORIDA. TO:
See tui for your real estate needs nature of this suit Is a bill distance of 10S7.97 feet to the West and 116 feet North of the I 11't1J'MA8& .
I for divorce. Southerly boundary of Block Taa Southeast corner of the North sot Henderson Avenue
1 Office Phone HE 9-2242 VITNESa my hand and the seal shown by Amended Plat of Half of Tract 10. running West Staten island New York.
Residence Phones ID 7.3691 to the Court, at Bunnell, Floridathis Venice Park recorded In Plat 314 feet, thence North" 68 feet I You are hereby notified that a
22nd day of June, IMS, Book 2 at Page ft I of the Public thence East 214 feet, thenceSouth suit has been filed against you In
w or ID 7-3517 (Court Seal) E. A. SMYTHS Records of Flaaler .CountyMlorida' 68 feet to the point of I the above entitled cause; and you
j As Clerk of the Circuit Court thence North $7 27 4iIEast beginning: In the North Half of I are hereby our an-
\. Ao,. Flagler County. Florida along the Southerly boundary Tract 10. Block D. Section IIi saver with rub"kt ef this Court
June 24 &: July 1.I.lII-4to of Block (7, a distance of Township 12 South !Hang and to serve a copy thereof upon
1554.27 feet to the Westerly Last In the Bunnell Development he plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
IN TUB "CIRCUIT COURT OKFLAOLKR Flagler Avenue: Company's Allotment as I whose name and address Is:
:j PETERSON TEXACO'SERVICE COUNTY FLORIDA hence rkorr 22* 22' 14* West per plat filed with the Clerkof RAY 8KLDKNKelden
IN CIIANCKHY NO. BOTO along the Westerly boundaryof the Circuit Court of Flagler Building
LOUIS CATANEO. distance County. Florida. Daytona Beach Florida,
ROAD SERVICE Plaintiff of ::1.ner : to e'ana Intersection Amount of Special Assessment not later than July 17. A. D. 19(6.
; ... with the North line ofaid _.., .__-8 116.00 If you fall to do so. decree pro
Light Mechanical Work MARY CATANEO Section 13 thence South onfesso wilt be entered against
I' Defendant. M* 47 04* West along the IMRCKL. NUMBRK SEVEN you for the relief demanded. In the
Phone 437.3-<<41 Bunaell I NOTICE TO DKFKNU North line of said Section 13. Lot 11. Block >. Sunrise 1'ill of t'omplalnt. The nature 01.aM
TILE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: a distance of 1134.14 feet to the Beach Subdivision being a subdivision suit being for divorce.
I, l.ar a. MARY CATANEO point of this description. of North FUgler Beach.Flakier : hand and the seal
I -h 727 Manhattan Avenue EXCSI'TiNO HOWUVRU. County. Florida and or fttrtttl 11th day of June
Brooklyn New York. that part of Block It comprising all of Lot 7. Hectlon A. D. 1145.Omciai .
You are hereby notified that a of the Amended Plat of Venice 81. and all of Lot 1. Section 36. ( Heal) I:. A. SMYTH.
I' CommunitnMemorial suit has been filed against you lathe Park as described In Deed Township I 11 South Rang 31 ("J.rk of said Circuit Court
above entitled cause: and you Hook 10 at l's : T.ro the East as tiled In the once of the BJ' Julia IL Harvey.
\ are hereby required to answer Public Records f'FI Coun Clerk of the Circuit Court of Deputy Clerk
Church with the Clerk rlhr.o'h'oand ty. Florida Hearings referredto Klagler County. Florida, In June IT-24 July 14-4t.
to serve a copy thereof upon the True Meridian and par Plat Book I, Pag* 20. of the
I k ..-....salB>.. ._ the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, rel containing 37.61 acres. AtrHO Public Records of Flagler lof: TILE ciRcrrr COURT. tv-
hose name and address Is: EXCEPTING TUB FOLLOW1NO County, Florida. K ITH JUDICIAL riKtllT. I*
AIR CONDITIONED SAMUEL V. HOLTH : Property described on the Amount of Special Asssessment AD FOIl VLAULF.R COlftTY.
. Ave 110 North Third Street following recorded conveyances'on _,.?.__._.-$ 1..... FLORIDA IN .. R r. CASK
Daytona Palatka. Florida, the Public Records of Flag- No. 5073SiIERRY
not later than July /. A. D.c:5procont..o :: let County Florida: In addition to the amount. set C BRITT.
FLAGLER BEACH If you fall to do .0. O. R. Hook 1. Page 241 need opposite each parcel of land In the Plaintiff
will be entered against Hook It. Pare 34,: Heed Book foregoing schedule Interest and ..-
Sunday School 10:00 A.M. you for the relief demanded. In the 5$. Pane 304; Deed Hook ... p.n"ItI"1 as provided. by law on WILLIAM FRANKLIN BRITT.
) '\ Church Service 11:00 A.M. till of complaint. The nature of Page 273: Deed Book .., P. :* aQu.nt taxes and special Defendant
aid suit being for divorce. 2"; O. It. Hook >. Page fl assessments together with a proportionate NOTICE TO APPEAR'
Pastor WITNESS my hand and seal of Deed Book 1$. Page 271; Deed part ef the costs and THE STATE OF rUWIOA. TO
R. W. DICKER aid Court this 4th day of June l oo.I*. Par 275;n.o. K. Book expense of this suit, are soughtto WILLIAM FRANKLJN BRITT
KVKIIYONB WELCOME A. n. 1966.UmclalClerk. a 4S7; O. Book I. b* enforced and foreclosed In e/o Mrs. Lonnte. Britt
( said Cirrccu tlCourt )*age 14: O. R. Book L. Page this suit.You 1IIS Shipyard Blvd.
of I III: O. 1C Book 13. Page 191; are hereby notified to appear Wilmington North Carolina
By Julia 1C Harvey Deed Book $7. Page 314 O. R. and make your defense to You are hereby notified that a
Deputy Clerk Hook 2. Pate 507: I>eed Book said bill of complaint on or before suit for divorce has been filed
June 10-17-J4 July 1-4tc *T. Page 425; Deed>> Book 57. the 30th day of July X D.. against you la the above entitled
19(6. and If you fall to 4:11I"on cause and you are hereby required
Receipts Expenditures, and Balances for all funds of the Board of or before said date the to serve upon Plaintiffs Attorney.
bounty Commissioners Klagler County. Florida for the fiscal year be taken as confessed by you and who* name and address appear
JoMarWell ended September 30. 1914. you will be barred from thereafter written If
HKCKIPTS contesting said suit and any to therB C mplalnt

Cash Balance October 1. 1913 -___.___$ C3.492.ll said 'rtJrrrI.rJ land will said suiton or before the D\t\ U In
Investment Balance October I, 19(3 ___- ,. ,,. n.. r.__. Non be sold court for day ml July S. else decree |
i Receipt from all sources -.._____....._.._ 2(9.231.33 non-payment of said taxes and assessment onfeaso illlt be entered pro
Drilling Transfers ___,.".,.,.,,,,,...,,..,.,,,,,,,,_'_" '_'_______ liens and Interest and J'01l. against
Total Available ..._.....- + UI.Tn.U penalties thereon and the costs of WITNESS my hand ef
t Vouchers Payable September 30 1X3 ,.... None this suit UU daydof Jun
12-inch Wells Total _....._.___.._.._,.........-..__..... 9432,723.14 IN WITNESS WHEREOr I have ED. IM.lku ..
2-inch to hereunto set my hand and affixed (SEAL) E. A.. BirmiEW.
the official seal of said Court this Clerk 01 said (hurt
Pump Service KxrK.iuiTtnKsRxpendltures Sith day June A. 4S.(8KAL By Julia H.
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Transfers y.-._.... ___._ None irevlltECourt. : L. Wadsworth t7
Phone 439-2413 Total Expenditures and Transfers ...- .... 339.4.65 Ma } r.acr Florida .'. O. Box 1)4unnell.
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Cash Balance<< September 10. 1944 _. .- It7.lil.fi By Harvey Florida
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PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA. Thursday, July 1, 1965

-- Plan AutomationIn in Florida, accounting for more I Oil from the jaw-of a porpoiseonce

1' < J2 i than 11,000 acres. It was ex was preferred for lubrlcta- j
I Celery HarvestThere's plained that on the average It Ing fine watches.

+jslciilerJeden takes 250 man-hours per acre .
a a new machine work. for harvesting and trimming.It .
ing in South Florida which may is estimated that this figurecan
TROOP 495 RETURNS
Dot and Harold
eventually be reduced by 11
ease the plight of the state's
FROM CAMP LANOCHEBoy
Burnham HonoredOn celery growers-that of inadequate 50 percent because of a me-
Golden WeddingMr. Scout Troop 495 returned labor supplies. I chanlcal means of harvesting. I

home last Saturday after an en SSA
Experiments on a mechanical
and Mrs. Harold Burnham
winter residents of Flagler joyable week at Camp Lanoche, celery harvester are being con. I _
Beach, were honored on their plus delightful weather while ducted by researchers with Flor -
Golden Wedding Anniversary there. ida's Agricultural Experiment O. F. ALTORD
June 6. The celebration was Stations' Dept. of Agricultural .
Boys earning merit badges Registered Prompt Service ;
held in the Stark Mansion Dun were: Lee Bourne forestry par. Engineering. Real Estate Broker
barton N. H., on Sunday after. tial archery and swimming; Research from these tests The Flagler TribunePhone
noon from 3 to 6 p. m. Mickey Sindelar forestry and should be available in several I BunntlL Florida IDlewood 7-3282
first aid; 'Scott Wilder, forestryand weeks, according to Prof. J. F. BuniMlL Florida
The celebration was plannedand partial archery; and David i Beeman, assistant agricultural -- --- -
arranged by the ,Burnham'sthree
Johnson, forestry. engineer with the stations.
I
daughters Frieda Connie "This is
study to develop the
and Priscilla. David Miller Tommy Allen functional requirements for' a
SUNDAY DANCE
/' A beautifully ,appointed table and Wayne Hutcheson completed celery harvester. The experimental
most of their second class requirements -
machine isn't meant as
flanked with gorgeous bouquetsof .
and Andy Watermanand a prototype, but simply a field
golden colored flowers and
Music Don Thibault
j centered with the many tiered Bruce Arnold were workingon test machine for drawing up I by Trio
their first class. ScoutmasterLes specifications from which manu
traditional bride's cake graced I
f"I, the table. Another table whose Waterman spent the entire facturers can design commercial 3to7P.M.
week with the boys. ,
harvesters Prof. Beeman
center of attraction was a glis
tening money tree, which, although The boys accomplished many said. EVELYN'S BAR & RESTAURANTHighway
it did not glitter with other Important things duringthe The machine must be quickly
gold bore'Aplenty ''of green week. In a national analysisand adjustable to handle plants AlA 5 Miles So. of Marineland
which was one way the guests inspection of Scout camps which are transplanted both
shallow and is ____ __ .
You deep. This done H _
took to say "God Bless which is judged in five areas:
Dorothy and Harold, and may 1) long term plan; 3). sanitation by! controlling the cutting depth
you have more years of happy ; )4 cleanliness; and safety. hydraulically he 'added.
married life together." the troop received the highest Preliminary results Indicate
rating possible-100 points. Ac. that celery can be harvestedwith BROWN & BROWN INC.
The Burnhams were married a root length suitable for
cording to the inspectors, 100
50 years ago In the Bishop's received and market. Damage has been cut
points I is rarely INSURANCE
house in Concord by Bishop commend. below standards set up by the r1
the troop was highly
Parker. They have lived In Dun ed. Inspection service. I ,
barton ever since and seem as There are still some problems,
I' OUR PHONE NUMBER IS
much a part of the town 'as the In camp craft competition however, The researcher reports I ,
I history Itself. They'spend the against 13 other camp sites of that: "hand trimming" and "sort. '
winters months at their home far superior,numbers, Troop 495 ing" of diseased plants will still 437-3394
ii; here in Flagler Beach. placed fourth. Scoutmaster Wa be needed.

terman credited their good spirit Celery Is one of"the top crops I .
I BOY SCOUT MEETING and good sportsmanship for

NIGHT IS CHANGED their good showing in the events,
and stated that every boy contributed .
Boy Scout Troop 495 sponsored
to the exceptional week
by the Flagler Beach Methodist
Mens Club, has changed Its they enjoyed.COMMUNITY. ;: ;rfi
'- meeting night from Thursday to I
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CHURCH
Tuesday at the same time, 7
i, p. m. and same place, Method. Sunday school 9:45.: worship
1st Church. service at 11 o'clock with Rev.R. .
I W. Dickert pastor.

Machinist Mate Second Class METHODIST CHURCH
Charles H. Robson: USN, son of Church school 9:45: a. m. and j\ y d.;:

I Mrs. Lucy- Robson of Flagler worship at 11 a. m with Rev.: :.Y.x.. :; i ..5,
Beach, serving aboard the At. Reynold, Hoover minister. '
lantic Fleet's radar picket de. Next Sunday there will, be a
stroyer USS Turner, sailed from Fellowship, Dinner following the dL !PY
t his homeport on the East Coast 11 o'clock service. The official
June 18, for transit to the Mediterranean board meets after the dinner. :.
Y
and with the at e a G. e
duty
MYF meets each Sunday eve.
U. S. Sixth Fleet. ping at 7:30 during the sum.
) The choir will not
His ship is one of the 12 U.S. mer. chapel
rehearse next week.
Second Fleet units forming a
task group for ,the trans Atlantic

crossing. BAPTIST Sunday CHURCH school 9:45: a. m. and \ iv I A a

While deployed to the Mediter worship at 11 o'clock with Rev.

ranean, he will visit several Max Hall, pastor. Training Union tVkp 4: : .. .. .. _
ports in Southern Europe. 6:45: and evening worship service

Visiting 'with Rev. and Mrs..' at 7:30. L& \\ki: ; tz1

Lester Stanton this past week Mr. 'and Mrs. Owen Klrkpat-
were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond rick and children, Carol, Sheryl '& _
Peterson and children Bruce, Owen Jr., and Kevin visited
Jeanne and Debbie, from Dover, friends at Flagler Beach this
Dela. and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph past weekend The Kirkpatricks
Richard and children, Joey Lynn who are former residents, now
and James, from Elk Grove VII. reside In Frederick. Maryland.
lage, Illinois. Mrs. Peterson and I
Mrs. Richard are both daugh Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Wilson
ters of the Stantons. Bruce Peterson and daughters, Barbara and Jo
is extending his visit with Anne, returned home last Wed.
his grandparents after his fame nesday after spending several
ily has returned home. days vacationing in the Smokies.UWWWWWW '


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