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FEB. 3 1966 2.50 A YEAR
BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, ,
VOLUME 54, NO. 5
Flagler Beach Rev. New
Methodist Men Kahlert
Mothers March Garden ClubSponsors
To Hold Auction
Nominated For Party Pastor For The
Friday Beach Garden Club
of First Methodist
Naval AcademyCongressman will sponsor a benefit MIlltary'
auction at Whist game party on Friday eve. Rev. Oliver F. Taylor, recently
will hold an
The Mothers March of the An. the Recreation Center at 7 p. m., D. R. (Billy) ping, February 11, at the Flag.' appointed by the Florida Methodist .
nual March of Dimes was held 12. Matthews has given a 2nd Alter. ler Beach Recreation Center. The Conference as pastor of the
Friday night in Bunnell and Satuurday Anyone ,having February articles to con. nate nomination to the U. S. time is 7:15.: First Methodist Church of Bun.
Flagler Beach. Proceeds from the tribute are asked to contact 1 1 Ly. Naval Academy at Annapolis to Those wishing to make reser.: nell, arrived this week to assume
march were: Flagler Beach, man Gage or the pastor, Rev. Thomas A. Kahlert, son of J Mr. vations may call 439.2326, 439. his duties.
7290. Bunnell proceeds were Reynold Hoover. The public Is and Mrs. Anthony W. Kahlert! 2168 or 439.2084.Howard Rev. Taylor, with his wife,
18102. Invited to attend. of Bunnell. i Laura, and their children, Clifford
will remain; Matthews said Karen and Kenneth, arrived
The coin collectors Congressman I
out during February. Sponsoring! i this nomination was based on Taylor Si I Tuesday, and they are now
the drive and serving as drive the grade the nominee received located in the parsonage at the
chairmen were members of I t the State Reports In Civil Service Commission des. Dies SaturdayIn corner of Magnolia avenue and
and Cherry street.
Idlewood Club. Ignation examinations gen. '
The committee said anyone Cigarette TaxCollections eral traits of character and lead.: Ft. PierceHoward The Taylors come from War-
missed during the march who, ership. 'I renton, N. C., where they resided
would like to contribute to 1 the Taylor Sr., father of during his three years of theological .
drive may do so by malUng former Flagler County Agent studies at Duke Univer
contribution to the County The State Beverage Depart. Howard Taylor Jr., died Satur.
March of Dimes Chairman, M. ment reports the net cigarette i Honor Roll For day afternoon in the Ft. Pierce Taylor will deliver the
tax collections for Deceml Memorial Hospital following along message at the 11 o'clock service
B. amounted to $5,289,368.94. Of Bunnell High illness. Sunday morning.
his: amount the following rrilcipalltles Funeral services were held
of Flagler County Third Six Weeks here: Monday afternoon with
Civil Defense lave received the following!; I Baird Funeral Home in charge of Boze Kitchen
amounts: I i 3A-Reynolds. Karen Baker, arrangements. 111 At HomeIn
Plan Is One Of Junnell ..............................$2,637.'lagler tob Cowart, Leon Jones, Jannell Mr. Taylor was a lifelong relent Live Oak
Beach .................. 866.82 levels Cliff Sheffield, Eve of Ft. Pierce and was are.:i
Best Club HearsThe leverly Beach .................... 52tarlneland "ucker.' ired cattleman. He was 76 years Boze Kitchens, former member
( .......................... 82amter Jeff Crews, of age. of the Bunnell School Faculty,
need of complete cooper Hill ........................ 15'Smile Carole Hardin, Jey n. Survivors Include his widow't. of md more recently a member of
Jay Rodgers, of
the Mainland High
tion on the part of the publica in McFarland, Marcy Strlcklar Pierce; a son, Howard Taylor]
aytona Beach, is ill at the home
time of national or region Contest"Winners 4A-Townsend. Billy Creal; Jr., of Ft. Pierce, and a daughter ,
1 of his sister at 417 West Duval,
emergency was And Local Gary Harris, Rocky Hunter, Cathy! Mrs. Earl Roberts of Tami Live Oak, Fla.
Smith Tuesday eve.
Raymond i Jan Perryman, Rhonda llso surviving are three grand.
Contestants Mayfield He recently returned to
he to memo
ning, Feb. 1, as spoke hildren.
Villiams. Oak from the J. Hlllts Miller
bers of the Flagler Flagler County students are
Mercer. Karen Allen, Chip .
Memorial Hospital in
zens Club at their regular meting participating In the "Smile" Con.:
In the Municipal Building est sponsored by the Volusia I rooks; Frank Bryan, Debbie kliss Bunnell He suffered a heart attack
De. loldrldge, Paula Kiwala, Elaine while he was here and has had
Smith is Civil and the
Flagler Beach. County' Dental Society High Contest
Weeks, Mona Wethertngton.5A several recurrences since that
fense Director for Flagler Count lentral District Dental Societaid' ) 19th.
-Morris. Barbara. Cowart, February Ime. He:is confined to his home
histalk by who
Smith began Dr. Allan Reynolds I Ia
involved< Chuck Cowart, Cheryl Kinney, The Tri-Hi-Y Club of Bunnell here and would enjoy hearing
Ing out the personnel member of the Volusla County
in the civil defense setup for uciety. Robin; McHugh, Cherry Wads. Ugh School has set Februa from his former students and
the of each. winnersIn worth, Tolbert Wimberly. 19 as the date for !the Miss Bun. riends here.Dr. .
the county, and job Dr. Reynolds said the .
5B-Manuel. Christine Higgi: nell High contest.
The personnel Flagler County will compete
officials such as the sheriff with the Volusla County winners otham, Donna Steflik, Davey All businesses and organlz Paul M. Edris
court clerk, tax collector and this year in the 3rd annual smile Dloman. tlons in the county are asked to
others who act as deputies to the >ntest. Winners from there will 6th Tonkin Lila Allen, Kare I Ii ponsor a girl. A list of eligible Will Speak To
director and whose duties i I Ia in mpete In the Central Districtcontest. i egg( Nancy Creal, Mike Mar girls Is being sent out. Entry The Lions ClubDr.
time of emergency follow as The contest is being held uel, Denice Tucker. fee of $6.00 Is required. The en.try Paul M. Edris of Daytona
closely as possible their normal In r i connection with the Nation i. 7A-Heln. Sandra Abbott, l\lIn. fee helps to defray the cost Beach will be guest speaker atthe
pattern of work. hildren's Dental Health Week nle Deen, Pat Duncan, Catherine of' the contest. Lions Club luncheon meeting
Smith said that seven zone February 7 thru 12. arris, Chip Johnston, Pamel The judges for this year's coi Tuesday, Program Chairman Tom
had been established in the Winners from the Bunne ''McDaniel, Greg Robertson, Kirk test are Mrs. Bette McDanlers. nssen said today. Dr. Edris is
county with a person In charg School will compete with theLenox Robertson, Janet Scott, Jay Town. Becky Clegg, Judson Stry.ker pastor of the First Presbyterian
of each zone. A further ,breakdown Avenue School at 10:3 send, Elayne Tucker.' Don Jordon and Ray Merce lurch of Daytona Beach.
narrows each zone into bruary 7.Wlnnen 8A-Hanyen. Linda Churcl The contest will be held at 8p. The club will meet Tuesday at
blocks or neighborhoods wit from the Bunnel Catherine Duncan, Jeanne Hlg. m. in the school gymnasium 12:15 at the Bunnell Civic Cen.ter -
someone heading up each unit School were Paula Kawala, lan; nbotham, Gwen King, LesaKnight The public is cordially invited. for their luncheon meeting.
It is a good idea, Smith said, for rryman, Charles Pelllcer, Chip; Sue Martin, Elizabeth
everyone to be Informed concerning Brooks, Kenneth Tucker, Barbara; atherly, Ann Meekins, Barbara
SENIORS Pilot Study ForHomemaker
his zone captain and neighborhood Cowart, Denise Tucker, Marl Wilson, Evan Yelvington. UNNELL
unit captain. The County Patrick, Dale Clegg, Debra Mik 8B-Carson. Donna Filkins, GIVEN AIR FORCE GroupA
has licensed shelters that wil ulka, Austle Durrance, Skipper 'Janet Halnes. AQE EXAMINATIONBunnell pilot study to get informan -
accommodate 3730 persons, ha Jordan, Weslie King and Chuck i 9A-Bayless. Gary Buckles, senior ) about Florida homemakers
3300 units of food which include Cowart, who was the first place Nancy Hargett, Jimmy McNab, High School and families will be made Jan-
water, medicines and relate winner.Other. Carla Tucker, Colleen Tucker, udents were given the February 4 by home
items,and has 10 teams equipped contestants were Durend Brenda Townsend, Carol Town onomists with the Florida Ag-
this week announcet.
with instruments that enable 'Kelly, Donna Marie Baylor, send. ultural Extension Service.
Maves, local Air Force Re
them to detect the presence of Donna> Steflik, Davy Solomon, 9B-Manuel. Genece Minshew, ; student Some 300 homemakers in
radioactive substances, Smith Carol Hardin, Michael Buckles, IOA-Barasa. Thomas Duncan, crulter. Twenty-three ckson County will be interviewed -
took the test under the super
Hewitt' Dupont, Ray Krutz.
added. Eve Tucker and Rob Cowart. by county and state
I Parker, JoAnn < vision of Mr. Brown, Guidance
There were 69 members First girl winner was Eve< 10.B-Cralg. Tony Davis admlnls home economics Extension per
: unselor Sgt.
guests present at the meeting Tucker and second place wasCarol : Wilson. sonnel, Dr. M. O. Watkins, Ag.
The club welcomed two new i Hardin. Second place win.ner 11A-Brooks. Ann Bourne, tered the AQQE. rlcultural Extension Service dl.rector .
Jennie Rousslr Cowart, Ann Hugas, The AQE is used by the AirForce
members, Mrs. for the boys was Michael Walton said.
to locate area
and Mrs. Blanche Andreas, Buckles. David Dodge.11BHardln. information gleaned
enlistees will have thebest
which brings total membership Linda Skolar,, young
chance to succeed, both inmilitary from the Jackson County studywill
to 94. The next meeting will be Cub Scouts BlueAnd Julie Wllklns and civilian life. This be used to establish bench-
February 15. Gold Banquet 12A-Gurnee.; Betty Lynn with other marks from which progress
Bourne, Benton Eisenbach, Sher. examination, along i
lursday Night tests, is used by s chool guidce I through educational programs
ry Hargett. obtain well. may be measured," Dr. Watkins
counselors to a
The( Blue and Gold Banquet .2B-Bellta ,
The Weather rounded picture of their students' said.
will beat Hersey, Margaret ,
for the Cub Scout Pack The study will also provide an
natural abilities and
the Bunnell School Cafeteria i McNab, Extension staff
Was Cold OutsideThe Bren In advising students on a career.This opportunity for
David Spivey, Kay Weaver,
on Thursday evening at 7 p. m.Cub test is revised approximateevery members to gain understanding
Monday morning weather Scouts and their families da Tucker, Brenda Murray. ly two years, due to therapidly and skills in conducting a sur.vey -
readings on Flagler County official have been invited to attend. changing requirements of this type.
The' occasion will be celebrat- Coming of the railroads justbefore
and the yearly In.crease -
in all fields
ranged from 16 to 24 degrees, Ing; the 56th birthday annlver- the turn of the century andsand of intelligence level ofhigh Plants are natural air condl-
which is cold for these parts. sary of Scouting. nsformed the swamps school students tioners, according to R. E.Brown .
'The Cub Scoutmaster, Shelton dunes of South Florida Florida
The recorded low at SteveCyzycki's For further Information con.cerning president of the
farm was 16 degrees. Brooks, and the Den Mothers, a hriving agricultural and com.merclal and Growers Assn.,
20 de. along with the Cub Scouts, areamong region.Towns rose in theLake carbon
Haw Creek reading was when Sergeant Maves, located at 221Bay because they remove
23 de. the guests invited. Mr.Brooks Okeechobee region air and laterreturn
grees. Bimini reading was Street, Daytona Beach, or dioxide from the
and the Den Mothers are drainage made .
grees. Bunnell readings reported habitable. call him at 2539671. it as oxygen.t'
from 22 to 24 degrees. In charge of arrangements.
PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, February 3, 1966
I Dad can do it for one fourth of expect us parents to manage I ubSCr1betOT110T210r: TilbunrS2.50 I County the Public Florida.Records Hearings of referred Flagler
Too Late I that amount? more efficiently than you because $ to the True Meridian and parcel
I containing 27.81
A TEAR acres. ALSO EX-
"Under Social Security you will we usually do. With all | CEPTINU THE FOLLOWING: Prop-
pay $168 a month to maintainthe our expenses, we American individuals I SF Y'FNTII i i I erty described conveyances on the on following the Pub-recorded -
To Classify elderly. What makes you have more than enough nr TIIE UI'iAL nnrriT cornT('lltCtlIT, INA j I Illc I Florida-. Records: of Flakier County
think we can maintain our savings to offset our debts; YOU I V u "Oil KLACil'K COUNTY: I\ OR. Book 1, Page 348; Deed
07 Russell Ken DON'T. 'I.Oltll\ IN CHANCKHY, CASE! Book 56. Page 349; Deed Book 58,
young 'uns on $50 a month? And I NO. 5217FTANLEY Page 508; Deed Book 56, Page 273;
: J. I Deed Book 56, Page 266. O.R.
While visiting my friend J. L. Uncle, your VISTA program "With all our prosperity you, KKOSSrlalntlff. ,9. Page 234, Deed Book 58, Book Page
Edgerton in Atlanta recently, he (Volunteers in Service to America Uncle, are still spending per I -\'S' i 1271: Deed Book 58" Page 275; OK
VIRGINIANOTICI3 M. KROSS't I Book 6, Page 45O.H.; Book 5,
) $3,100,000 this last 2.9 billion dollars for f'n d an t.
gave me a printed excerpt from year more Page 596: OR. Book 1, Page 522:
Paul Harvey's news broadcast of. fiscal year to turn out only 202 relief than during the depth of I STATE OF TO FLORIDA AI'I'AUTHE TO: OR.Hook Book 57 Page 13, 394 Page; OR.198 Book; Deed 2,
last October 26. trainees. That indicates that the the depression. So it may be that VIRGINIA M KROSS, Page 507, Deed Book 57, Page
c/o Max Newhouse 425 Deed Book 57
: Page 4J3
I got such a kick out of it thatI cost of maintaining and train you are uncommonly extravagant -I 109 South Eureka Avenue Deed Book 67 Page 303; Deed:
I for is Columbus, Ohio. Book 58, Page 24; Deed Book 57
ing one youth one ? ,
secured permission to reproduce year You are hereby notified that a Page 263; OK Book I, Page 401 ;
more than $15,000. How come we suit for divorce has been flied OU Book 3, Page 61 O.K.
it in my column. It certainly "But however we try to rationalize in the above entitled Book
against you 5, Page 485; O.It. Book 6.: Page
gives you food for tax paying parents get an exemption and explain you and ex cause and you are hereby required 325; O. n. Book 81.Page 5; O. It.
thought. It is entitled: "HOW I of only $600 a year to I cuse you it is still an affront to whose serve names and i address tappear Page Book 457 13, ; Page O.R. 427 Book; OU.1, Page Book 42-6,
MUCH TO REAR A CHILD" and I maintain and train one youth for when you allow us hardworking I hereon to your the Bill written of Complaint defense In If .Hj, Book 7. Page 192, O.R. Book;
8. 153 OR. :
is addressed to Uncle Sam by I one year? I| dues paying homefolks only said suit on or before else the decreepro 19th 236: OR. Book; 11, Book Page 6.449 Page; all
Paul Harvey and follows: "Or let's see how much you I I: $600 a year to rear a legitimate day confesso of February will,be 1966 entered against ler being' County.the Public Florida.Records of Flag
"Hey Uncle, how much does it I spend upkeeping one youngsterin I child while you, under ADC, will you.WITNESS my hand and seal of Amount of.Special Assessment -
cost to rear a child. You allowus military uniform. Housing $55a I pay more than $800 a year to said, Court 1966. this 18th day of January I'AUCKL M'MIIKU TWO$2,121.84
taxpaying parents only $600a month, food $30.27 a month, rear an illegitimate one.-Paul (SEAL) E. A. S; dI Court Being a part of the North Half
year to feed, clothe, house and I I I clothing upkeep $4.20 a month. I Harvey, ABC News." Clerk By Julia of H. Harvey of tion the 12. Northwest Township 12 Quarter South.of Range Sec-
train a youngster. That comes to $1,076.04 a year. Deputy ClerkW. 31 East and more particularly
L. AVADSWORTH described' as follows:
"Yet to feed, clothe, house 'I How in the world do you expect I'. O. Box 86Bunnell. Beginning at the point where the
I Florida North line of said Section 12. In-
and train a youngster in your parents to provide all these In 1965, of every ten veteransin I Attorney for Plaintiff tersects the Easterly boundary of
Federal Job Corps, you spend things, plus clothes, books, med. civil life, one has served in Jan. 20-27 & Feb. 3-10-Uc Florida the 500 Intracoastal foot right-of-way of th..
$7,000 a year. Now which is the icine for $600 a year. Your own World War I, seven in World II I M TICK 0..' INTENTION TO to plat recorded Waterway In ,Plat according -
we're al. IlI'.l'" 'rllt FICTITIOUS NAME Book 4, at Page 16 of the Public
correct figure. operating figurues show that it War II, and two in the Korean In compliance with House Bill No. Records of Flagler County, Florida -
lowing you too much or you are can't be done. Conflict, according to 'the Veterans 1175 Chapter 20953. Laws of Florida as a point of reference and
Acts of 1941, as amended, the running thence South 15'36'14"East
not allowing us enough. "Is it possible, Uncle, that you Administration. I undersigned will register with the along the said Easterly
"You allow each taxpayer a Clerk of the Circuit Court in and right-of-way boundary, a distance
for Klagler County Florida upon of 112.43 feet; thence North 8648'
$600 exemption for the care and Receipts Expenditures and Balance for all funds of the Board of receipt of proof of publication of 06" East, a distance of 242.96 feet
feeding of each child, yet in the I County Commissioners Flakier County, Florida, for the fiscal year ended name this notice:: Jim's the Auto following Sales, located fictitious at description to the I point, of thence beginning continuing of this I
Cuban refugee assume September: 30, 1965. U S No 1 Star Route 3 miles south North 86'48'06 East, a distance of
of Bunnell Florida under which I 80.0 feet, thence
minimal upkeep requires Cash Balance October 1, 1964"................................................................107217.68 will engage In the business of Used a distance of South 160.0 3'11'54"East feet
Investment Balance October 1, 1964.................................................... Cars Used Parts and Salvage Yard, the Northerly boundary of Palm to
$1,200 a year, if the Cuban boyor Receipts from all sources......................................................................... 406,021.21 and that the undersigned Is the Circle; thence South 8648'06" West
girl is attending school you Transfers ..' ._.................. only person Interested in said bus- along said Northerly boundary, a
Total Available ................................................................._.._...._............ 513238.89 iness. distance of 80.0 feet; thence North
add another $1,000 a year. How Vouchers Payable September 30, 1965............................_...................... Dated at of Bunnell,A.Florida this 3'11'54'Vest., a distance of 160.0
12th day January D. 1966.JAMES
feet to the of
come you short change the home BUONO point beginning of
Total ............................................................................-.........................$513,23889 Jan. 27-Feb. 3-10-17-4tc this description.I Bearings are referred
folks? to the True Meridian and
"In the austeree environs of a'' 1.xI...:\UI.rl n.:'"I IV Tin CIRCUIT COl'RT OF Amount parcel contains of Special 0.293 Assessment acres.
discovered expenditures I for all purposes................................................................$384,39595 PLAt.l.KIl COUNTY, F/.()ItI1)A ..........................................
federal prison, you have -! Transfers ............................................................................._........................ ClltM'KKY .M 3208MARLENE $160.00l'AIICEL
that it costs to maintainone Total Expenditures and Transfers....-..... .... .. : .. ....... 384395.95 BASS, Nl'MnKH TIlltRi
Cash Balance September 30. 1965.............................-............................. 128812.94 Plaintiff, Beginning at a point 40 feet
person, with no frills, not 1 Investment Balance September 30 1965................................................ vs. North and 25 feet West of the
Southeast corner of the North
luxuries and no borrowing Dad's CHARLES BASS. Half
I Total ... .. ,... .., ..... .. .. .. ..........................................$513.238.89 Defendant. 58 feet of thence Tract 10; running North
car, $2,300 per year. By what rule NOTICE TO I>KKKUTHE South 58 feet, thence East feet thence
of thumb do you estimate that i E. A. SMYTH. Clerk of Circuit Court Flagler County Florida STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: I the point of beginning; In 214 the feet North to
I Half of Tract 10, Block D. Section 11.
-- whose: residence and post office
I Township 12 South
Range 31 East
address are unknown In the Bunnell
Development Company's -
You are hereby notified that a
1' + L&4 i 1fititP \ the suit are hereby above has been entitled required filed ktoorlhr.o'go cause against; and you you answer In Amount of with Flagler the Allotment of Clerk Special County of as the,Assessment Florida.per Circuit-plat Court filed
and to with serve the a copy thereof upon t, .............Nt'MlIKH......................'OUt.......$116.00I'AIU'L
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney
whose name and address Is Beginning at a point 25 feet
SAMUEL V HOLCH : I West and 214 feet North of the
110 North Third I Southeast corner of the North Half
Florida Street I Il'allltka. of Tract 10, Block D running West
( J \ not 1966.later than February 12th, A. D. I 214 thence feet East thence 214 feet North thence 58 South feet
58 feet to the point of beginning
If you fall to do so, decree pro
confesso will be entered against In the North Half of Tract 10.
Block r>, Section 11 12
you for the relief demanded In the Township
bill of complaint. The nature of South, Range 31 East In the Bun
aid milt being for divorce. Development Company's Allotment -
M WITNESS my hand and seal of as per plat filed with the
said Court this 6th day of January Clerk ler of the Circuit Court of Flag
A D 1966. County Florida.Amount .
: I (Olllclal Clerk Seal) of E.said A. Circuit SMYTHE Court .of......Special................Assessment .................k.116.00
At By Julia U. Harvey AItCKL M':Mlinil "'1\1':
11 Deputy Clerk. Beginning at a point 98 feet
Jan. 13-20.27 & Feb. 3.-4tc ;North and 25 feet West of the
Southeast corner of the North Half
-- ---- ----
IN TUN f'IIH't'IT conn'. !BV- of Tract 10; running North 58 feet
K>TII 'l'Inn.\I ('lltCt IT OF thence West 214 feet thence
s 1 Kl.niUlll.. IN AM) FOR Kf, UJM'.ll South 58 feet thence East 214 feet
'+ ; ( '\ IV ClliKltV I to the point of beginning: in the
AO. .10:10: North Hjilf of Tract 10. Block D,
Section 11, Township 12 South
CITY OF l"LAULEn BEACH a Range! 31 East In the Bunnell De-
municipal corporation existing velopment Company's Allotment as
3 % -r Hti w under the laws of the State of per plat filed with the Clerk of the
Florida, Flagler County, Flor
y, I IfY ida Circuit Florida. Court of Flagler County,
Plaintiff Amount of Special Assessment -
: lands upon which special 1'111':1.1"IIJIoU: !'i\
: assessments are delinquent Beginning at 1point 25 feet
within the municipality of West and 156 feet North of the
1 j Flagler Ileach. Florid. Southeast corner of the North Half"
t' : Defendants. of Tract 10. running West 214 ft-et.
... .. .. .. ,, .. NOTICI: thence North 58 feet, thence East'
.,'. '< '.' 214 feet, thence South 58 feet to
: TO ALL T'En O.oS.on COR- the point of beginning, In the
l : POUVTIONS; INTERESTS; ton; ;North Tract 10. Block D
: .: "' '. .:. '.' HAVING; \NY LIEN: OK CLAIM Section lll.o Township 12 South,
: .. 'I' ) : ITl'O.oY' THE LANDS DE- Range 31 East. In the Bunnell !><>-
: .. ., .. .- :, :. : : ,. ..:<:' :: < SCRIBED HEREIN; : velpoment's Allotment us per plat
YOU ARE HEREBY
: with the Clerk of the Circuit
i :.,:: : .: :" r 'v) that the CITY OF FLAGLEU Court of Flagler County Florida
: :. .. : BEACH has filed Its bill of Amount
:. : Special Assessment -
: .:. ." : J 1 1H plaint In the nhove named Courtto ..........................................$11600
\ foreclose delinquent special assessments I'AHCr.l. MHIIll: : !+K\UV:
li" I with Interest and penalties Lot 11. Block 2, Sunrise Beach
NJ s f upon the parcels of land set Subdivision being a subdivision of
a: forth In the following schedule,, North Flagler Beach Flagler Coun-
'I f the aggregate. amount of I'uchI'pl'ellll tv, }'Iorldland comprising all of
JYou'll assessments Interest and Lot 7, Section 15, and all of Lot
penalties against said rPllpf''tlveIlIlfrl' 1, Section 36, Township 11 South
''' of land, as set forth 1 In Range 31 East, as filed: 1 In the oft ;
Hull) hill of Complaint, being se ; flee of the Clerk of the Circuit
opposite such parcels In the fol Court of Flagler County. Florida
just love gentle electric lowing schedule. towltI'tlKCI. : In Plat Book 1, pnge 20, of the
NrMltllt OAF Public Records of Flagler County.
IVInir a part nf the North Half Florida.
clothes drying..it's flameless of Section 12 Township 12 South Amount of Special Assessment
Range :11 Kast: and more particu- ...... ...........100.00
larly Inscribed as follows Beginning In addition to the amounts set
Saves lugging 2 tons of wash. walking 40 miles it H point where the North opposite each parcel of land In the
a year. line of mid Section 12 Intersectsthe foregoing schedule. Interest and
EiiMti-rly: boundary of the 50 0 pen.iltles. as provided by law. on
Better than sunshine and foot right-of-way of the Florida such delinquent taxes and
more dependNo flame or fumes, so it needs no flue. Intp'1II14"lJVlltprwnv./ according all .'Hsments. together with -
able. So convenient, day or night. Your Cheaper to buy cheaper to use. to !Mat n-ror-lt-d. In Plat Hook 4 part of the costs a proportionate and
at Pug.IB of the Public Records' expenses of this suit,
automatic electric dryer will end washAdd of Fluglt-r County Florida and to be enforced and foreclosed are sought In
to your joy of modern electric running thence South 1536'14 this suit.
day's weariest chore. living with the Flameless Four: Dryer, way I'al'lt.llonl' hounrliirv.( said distance Easterly' of right-of-1017.91 You are hereby notified to ap-
Clothes dried electrically come out soft Washer, "sit-down" Ironer, and super. feet Block to 67 the a"Southerly shown boundary Amended of P.r'nL! i. Complaint make yourn defense or before to said the
er and fluffier than from the clothesline. fast, super-safe Water Heater Plat of \'enlce'ark, bv recorded 1 In and Ittn Ifou rtiy: of fall February.to do A. D., 1966.or
Pint Book :3 at Page !51 of the before fife said date, the bill will
Public Records of Flagler County, be taken as confessed and
,. See electric Florida: thf'nef'.oorth 67"27'4A* you and by you
your appliance dealer today. East. along the Southerly bound thereafter you will be barred from
contesting said and
a4.27f Block 67. n distance of said respective
parcels of land will
Westerly boundary be
sold by decree
said Court for
North of 22'32'14 Flaglir West Avenue, nlonsr: thence the sessment non-payment liens of said taxes and as-
_] Avenue Westerly, distance boundary of of 47213 Flagler feet I this penalties| suit. thereon and and Interest the costs and of
line to an of Intersection sold Section with 12 the; thence North hereunto IN WITNESS set WHEREOF.hand I have
my and affixed
South 88M7'06 West
along the the official seal cf
said' Court this
North line of said Section 12, a
IJ'hday January. A. D. 1966.
distance of 1534.14 feet to the point ) EMIL
of beginning of thin A. SMYTHS
EXCEPTING of the Circuit Court
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY part of Block HOWEVER 64 of 4he Amended that By Flagler County Florida
Plat of Venice Park Julia It. ) arvey
HELPING BUILD FLORIDA as described
In Deed Book 50 at Page 107 of Jan. 0-27 & Feb. 3-11p nc Clerk
Thursday, February 3, 1966 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE7LgL
I Beach WE GIVE Quantity RightsReserved
TOP PRICES GOOD
JOSEPH GEPPERT FFWC DISTRICT 6 I Thurs., Fri., Sat.
DIRECTOR TO SPEAKTO VALUE and Monday
SATURDAY MORNINGA I LOCAL CLUB February 3, 4, 5
I Members and invited guests of STAMPS and 7
memorial service will be
: 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.
the Flagler Woman's Club will
held at 10 o'clock Saturday Tel. 437-3201
be honored by a visit from Mrs.
morning at the Flagler Beach
Richard Collins of Ormond Beach
Methodist Church for Joseph
Wednesday, February 9, at 1.
Geppert who died at the Halifax
p. m. at the clubhouse. Dessert FLAVOR AGED (Choice)
Hospital Tuesday, following a
and coffee will precede a talk
long Illness. He was 60 years of I from Mrs. Collins who Is DistrictSix
I I Director of the Florida Federation .
Geppert had been a resident I of Women's Clubs. Mrs. Chuck Steak lbM 55
of Flagler Beach since 1961,I I
Frank Brede will be hostess for I
coming there from Llndenwold,
the occasion, and President Miss I
N. J. He was retired from the
South Jersey Port Commission, Emily Gage urges members to I FLA. GRADE "A" (Fresh)
please come out and hear our
Camden, N. J. He was n chargeof
I guest. Following the talk there I Whole Half r
relations there. ,
I will be the business meeting of
He Is survived by his widow,I F RYE 31
of Flagler Beach. !the month. I II or Quartered Lb.
I The club wishes to thank the
The body will be cremated Flagler County Nursing Councilfor Limit ((3)) Please
Friday at Port Orange with
Robert L. Hannah Funeral Homeof FANCY SELECT
.film shown them last week. It Is
Holly Hill In charge.
nice to know such services
Rev. E. Lester Stanton of Flag.
ler Beach will.officiate at the available in our county. BEEF
Memorial Service Saturday Lb.
morning. :DON'T FORGET-
I COUNTRY AUCTION
Young Dykstra TOMORROW NIGHT DELICIOUSCUBE
Stationed In I A reminder of the County Auction
to be held tomorrow night,
Friday, Feb. 4, at the Flagler STEAK
Boatswain's Mate Third Class Lb. 79
Womans Club at 1524 South Central
Richard C. Dykstra, U.S.CG, son I
avenue, Flagler Beach. Not
of Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Dykstraof
only an auction, but plenty of
Flagler Beach, Is serving at
entertainment and fun is to be
the U. S. Coast Guard Base in
had, along with refreshments.Plan .
The base provides mooring I to come! I 100% PURE TENDER DELICIOUS
facilities and logistic support for GROUND > Ibs. 39 ALL-MEAT
Coast Guard ships operating In CHURCH Rev. R. NEWS W. Dickert will speak BEEF 3 -f S T E W 690
the Hawaiian area.
The base also furnishes main. another Sunday on "Missionary BEEF FIRST CUTPORK
tenance and repair facilities for Expansion" at the Community tb. "".
buoys and other aids to navigation Memorial Church at the 11 SHORT RIBS 4ge CHOPS 3 I59
equipment used for the o'clock service, with Sunday I
guidance and safety of marine School beginning at 9:45: a. m.
GIANT SIZE MAXWELL HOUSE FOLGER'SCOFFEE
vessels.Mr. The Ladies Guild met last II
Thursday with a good attend. I CHEER
and Mrs. Eugene Foltz ance.
have arrived from Grand Blanc, Letters to different memberswere
Mich., to reside at their homeon read from the missionaries .
South A1A.HASTINGS. that were here recently, 49Limit
I telling how they enjoyed their GIANT BOX 49Limit Lb.
I fellowship; with members and
MATTRESS friends. The two, Rev and Mrs.
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS Ernie Batten, plan to further (1)) with 5.00 or more food order ((1) of your choice with purchaseof
5.00 food order
71012 Lemon St. their education before returningto
Palatka, Florida the mission fields. There will
Phone EA 5-9166 be the monthly supper at the KRAFT QT. JAR CANADA DRY (Big 28 Oz. Btls.)
Furnitu-t, Upholstering church Thursday (tonight) beginning .
Mattresses Repolxea && Box Refinished Springs ferings are at 6 asked.p. m.Following Free will the of. MIRACLE WHIP FLAVOR DRINKS
Made to Order Also Renovated
there will be short
Call Laura Morris 437.3233
Alter 6:00 P. M. prayer service and business
PRICES REASONABLE meeting of the church. 49 EA.
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. Qt.
Just as near as your Imports and exports valued at
Phone or Post Office $212 million, weighing 126 million Plus Btl. Deposit
Drop Us A Card or Call with 5.00 food order Limit
Free Pick-up & Delivery I pounds passed through Flor. Limit ((1) or more (3)) please
ida's airports during 1964.
FRESH PRODUCE MY.T.FINE (Reg. BOX)
CELLO (Lb. Bags)
BROWN & BROWN INC.
BAG CARROTS 2 Z5e SUNSHINE ((303 Can) CANNED
INSURANCEOUR I GREENS 10 Cans I00
PHONE NUMBER IS lb. IOC 303 CAN SUNLITETOMATOES
437-3394 2 Cans 25*
FROZEN FOODS BAKERY
",H...... ........ ".".-". ",..."."",.......................... ..........-.......- BIG SCOOP EVERFRESH
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT ICE MILK Gal. 49C COFFEE R I N G Sea. 2ge
J AMBULANCE MASTER CHEF (Big 2 lb. Bag) EVERFRESH (Reg. Size)
.f SERVICE ST.PHONE AUGUSTINE.VAlley FLORIDA 41625 FRENCH FRIES SE; 35e BREAD S Loaves SSe
Never be besltunt about calling a Garda Ambulance. We 1f'ti'V'-""'o.Q,_"._.."._.,,........, ",. ..-'""""" """' .....u''m''n.nm'''''',. __w'J\mmn'- """"" "'UUA'Dm'A'Dm'n'n".n'.""'"
are experience.always at your service with promptness safety and 50 FREETOP 50FREE 50 FREETOP
VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS VALUE STAMPS
Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator: and Inhalator With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of
Garcia Funeral] HomeP. 10 lb. Bag U. S. No. 1 of 3 Ibs. or more of twin pkg.1
Potatoes Chuck Roast Everfresh Potato Chips
E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
.( Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
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THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, February 3, 1966
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EXTRA FLA S ZOO FREE200 I
.%5 FREES 15 / FOOD y
MEATS S & H GREEN STAMPS
& H GREEN STAMPS
/ With this and
With this coupon your
purchase of one (1) com
purchase of six (6)) cans -
bination Fishing Cooler
Soda Pop oJ
o PRICES GOOD CLOSED SUNDAYS Stool (Cool Stool)
THURS., FRI., SAT. and MON., QUANTITY RIGHTS
Coupon Expires FEBRUARY 3rd, 4th, 5th and 7th, 1966 RESERVED Coupon Expires
Monday, Feb. 7, 1966 Store Hours Monday thru Thursday, 8 a. m.. 6 p. m.-Fri. & Sat. 8 a. m.7 p. m. I
-- BEST MEATS ANYWHEREFRESH --
PORK SHOULDER FRESH, LEAN & MEATY
Picnic Roast Lb. 49 Spareribs. 59
FRESH FRESH 100% PURE U. S. D. A. GRADE "A" QUICK-FROZE
PORK STEAKS Lb. 59 BEEF GROUND 3 Lb. f7 HEN TURKEYS. 39;
Pkg. 8-12 lb. Avg. Wt.
THRIFTWAY (All Meat) COPELAND'S-BOLOGNA, OLIVE, CAMPFIRE (Good Quality)
PICKLE & PIMENTO and LIVER CHEESE
FRANKS Lb..49' LUNCH MEAT 3 400 BACON Lb.790'
U. S. No. 1 WHITEPOTATOES
PURE FLORIDA CANESUGAR
1 lb. 39OR 10 Lb.
Vent vuBag 5 Lb. 39Limit
10 Oz. INSTANT FOLGER'S COFFEE 99c
Limit 1 with 5.00 or more food order 1 with 5.00 or more food order
! Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
46 Oz. STOKELY'S I 14 Oz. STOKELYCATSUP 2VZ VAN CAMP
:E PINEAPPLE JUICE 3 for 400 2 for 39' PORK & BEANS 3 for 79'
303 SAXET 10 Oz. DIETETIC FOOD DRINK THRIFTY Limit 1 Please
CUT GREEN BEANS A for 400 SEGO 3 for 79*, ALCOHOL 2 PTS. 29'
303 SUNLITE 3 Oz. GELATIN FABULOUS
TOMATOES Bfonl f JELLO 3 29 F A B GIANT BOX 69
FROZEN FOODS FRESH PRODUCE 12-Oz. BAKERY EVERFRESH
12 Oz. BIRDSEYE JONATHAN ALL PURPOSEAPPLES
SPINACH 2 for 35 4 Bag Lb. 39* COFFEE RINGS EA 29
LARGE ((20 Oz.) EVERFRESH
8 Oz. WINTERGARDENMEAT GA. RED SWEET
PIES 2for350 POTATOES1ft< BREAD 4 for 85
9 Oz. MASTER CHEF RED RIPE SEAL TEST
FRENCHL FRIESPkg.10 TOMATOES Lb. 29'' MILK I Plastic 1/Z Gal.Ju 49"VWVWVWWVWJVVWWWYV
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With this and With this and With this coupon and your With
coupon your coupon your this coupon and
I' purchase of two ((2)) purchase of one ((1) 3lb. purchase of two ((2) purchase of one 10 lb.your bag With this coupon and your
oz. cans Van Camps of two ((2) Ibs.
Cut Up Whole Fryers Beef Roast Idaho
or I Corned Beef I Baking Potatoes Nuts in the Shell
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Thursday, February 3, 1966 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE
'..n U I SMOKEDSAUSAGE
1JLL0L' Merchants lb. $ge
Recent Bride I Mary Matthews
Feted At A I Feted With A
G s A P
Coffee ShowerMrs. I Surprise Shower WHITE BACON
Grant Holland, recent bride, i Bride-to-be Mary Matthews Ib. J
was complimented at a Coffee j; was feted with a surprise show- S3e
Party and Shower Saturday j er last week given by Mrs. Rose
morning at the Deen home, 806 Abraham at her home, Avalon
East Boulevard. Hostesses street, Venice Park, Flagler .
I _, .
for the lovely affair were Mrs. Beach. I 1)n ,' .;' .
W. W. Deen and Mrs. R. W. Deen, I The serving table was ceni U. S. D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALE
Jr. i i tered with a bride's cake toppedI
Spring flowers were arranged I I with a bride and groom. The SIRLOIN
In the rooms of the home where'. gifts were arranged in a shower STEAK Ib
the guests assembled. The re j I umbrella decorated with ribbons or T Bone .
freshments table was overlaid and bows.
with a white cutwork cloth and I Games were features of enter.
was centered with an arrange. tainment and prizes were won CHUCK ROAST Ib. 49
ment of yellow calendulas.The by Joann Jordon, Mary Matthews
hostesses were assisted in : Virginia Wyndham, Karen
greeting the guests by Mrs. Dean Abraham. The door prize was
Holland, Mrs. II. T. Cook, Mrs. won by Virginia Wyndham. I ALL MEAT STEW lb.69C
Walter Cody and Miss Delores Nineteen invited guests were
Deen. About fifty guests called. I present. I ..' *... --...- -- .. .
The bride and her mother-in- -" .
law, Mrs. Z. G. Holland Jr., were Miss Matthews
I. by presented the hostesses.with orchid corsages II Bridal Honored Shower With Lykes SUGAR CREEK 6-8 lb. Avg. SLICED FREE
f -- I Bride-elect Mary Matthews was
Those from Bunnell going toj'I I honored with a shower Saturday SMOKED PICNICS Ib.
Sanford last Thursday for the afternoon at the St. Johns Park
Methodist Men's meeting at the Community Hall. Hostesses for
Sanford Methodist Church were the occasion were Joan Harding, Western
Rev. W. E. Chellgren, M. B. Me- Joann Harper and Gloria Twigg. I
Daniel, L. H. Drady, Jim Townsend Bingo was enjoyed by the
and Ray Mercer. Pastor of guests and prizes were won by PORK STEAKS Ib.
the Sanford church is Rev. Robert Anna Kinney, Margaret Hard. 59'Chicken
Jenkins, a son of a former ing and Janet Salyerds.The .
minister of the local Methodist refreshment table was
church, the late Rev. Jim Jen decorated with the wedding bell of the Sea LIGHT MEAT
kins. design and held a three tiered CHUNK
cake decorated with a weddingbell TUNA 3 61/2 Cans oz. 100
Hr. and Mrs. Z. G. HollandJr. and silver leaves. TIDE
., had as their guests Thurs. Guests present included the Van Camp's (Limit 4 with food order)
day through Sunday their son honoree and her mother, Mrs. PORK & No-300
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Aileen Harding; Janice Minchew, BEANS Can loc GIANT 48
Mrs. Grant Holland of Rome, Sandra Harper, Cynthia Harper, SIZE
Georgia.Mr. Pat Harding, Naomi Pellicer, Ger. Red & WhiteMAYONNAISE Qt. Jar
tie Ramsey, Myrtle Taylor, Grace ea. 4geLimit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
and Mrs. Brady Wadsworthand and Anna Kinney, Dot, Janet and
family were guests of Mrs. Sharon Salyerds, Margaret Hard.
Daisy Buckles during the past I ing, Lila Munden, Ruby Jarosz, DAIRY SPECIAL -
weekend. Marilyn McFarland and the hon- ii POUND
---.- --- oree's Dunson.grandmother, Margaret 5 BAG Pillsbury CANNED
ArthurSonnyWilson( ) Guests of Mrs. T. E. Holden FLOCANESUGAR BISCUITSFROZEN 4 8 oz.; %ge
LIGHT BULLDOZINGFILL Friday were Dr. E. L. Caudill
and her son-in-law, Julian Cau FOODS -
DIRT-RED DIRT dill, from Elizabethtown, Tenn.
The Caudills are on a fishing With purchase of ((1) 6 oz. Jar Winter Garden 8 oz. Size
SHELLand trip to the Bahamas. Mr. Holden MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT COFFEE BEEF-CHICKEN-TURKEY
went up to Elizabethtown to at 89c and $5.00 or more food order
manage the Watauga Pharmacy POT PIES 6 I
COQUINA ROCK while Julian is away. for
Phone 4392357OYSTERS -
Jim Townsend visited in Or-
mond Beach two days last week APPLES '
with his mother. While there CRISCO OIL
they attended the Revival servo
ices being held in the Ormond
Beach Methodist Church.
24 oz. 48
For Sale by the Bushel Calif. Red
Harvested From I GRAPES 2 Ibs.,2ge (NO LIMIT)
STATE APPROVED ; 1A P I I
24-hour advance noticeF. 50 ,s d Mrrt 100 ciii 50
L. MALPHURSPhone Prompt Service with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchaseof
439-2132 The Flagler Tribune of (3)) No. 2Vs Cans of (1)) Large PLASTIC (2) No. 2 Cans R & W
I' DEL MONTE PEACHES MIXING BOWL at 49c SLICED PINEAPPLE
I _Phone. IDlewood .7.3282_. I Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
--- -- -- --- I Ir Monday, Feb. 7, 1966 f Monday, Feb. 7, 1966 Monday, Feb. 7, 1966
A1A Fabric Shop
Corner Hiways 100 & AlA
Cloth 15c a Yard & Up
PILLOWS, Reg. $3.95 value........................:.........97c
BEDSPREADS ....................................................$2.75 I
WASH CLOTHS ....................................................lOc h Phone 437-3227
MOPS ......................................................................39c OPEN SUNDAYS U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL
BROOMS ..............................................................$*' 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good February 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7, 1966
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Gardening In FloridaBy comers. These include such rosesas 'II to four or five eyes. Trim off all I With a slow stream of water By Dorothy Romans
Louis Phillippe, Minnie Fran broken roots.
from a hose, work the soil about &L53 \ Year In Advance
( Kerrey St& rpt) cis Marie Van Houtte and Safe '
I I the roots, filling the hole to the --..
Growing roses is like keeping rano. Often they thrive where I Be sure the planting holes are ground level. Pack firmly and iv: TUB rmcriT COURT op TIlE
the modern hybrids succumb to large enough to accommodatethe put a saucer of earth about the !U\K\TII: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.IV ,
your wife mate happy -there : AND: FOR *'LA
are many thorny problems
STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT
volved. high humidity and dis the bottom of each hole drop a OF FLORIDA an Agency of
eases. handful of garden fertilizer and I When the rose bushes begin the State of Florida,
However, both are prestige j to leaf out, keep an eye out for and
cover lightly with top soil. Dip FLAGLER COUNTY a Political
projects. If you excel you can dis Except for the most dedicated I'[ diseases such as black spot, Subdivision of the State of
the roots of each in
play both of these beauties with hobbyist, the modern hybrid bucket of water Just before plant plant a I I brown canker, and powdery mil l
pride. roses are the hardest to grow. dew. Insect pests that may harm v.
ing. Insert the new bush so that I FREDA DEEN et al.,
Solve your domestic problemsfirst I the bushes will include aphids, Defendant
Site the root system will stand at the
SUMMONS TO SHOW CAUSE
because you can't buy
thrips, pumpkin bugs, cottony- I
level that it stood in the AND
Plant roses for cut flowers in same
tranquility but you can buy cushion scale and red spider NOTICE OF HEARING
roses. I a separate cutting garden because nursery row. i I mites. MVTItK ()I' KMIVKVT: DOMAIN1'tOl'EEDSN.S :
You may purchase rose bushesin they're far from handsomeif .I IN TUB NAME AND BY THE
-- AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
prunded properly covered
three forms. These are bare I KLORIDA.
roots, In containers or burlap most of the time with protective TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
BUDDY KNOX and to all persons and par-
wrapped. The latter is called infant fungicides and stripped of flower ties claiming: or having any right
I buds daily. title, Interest estate mortgage or
style because of the triangle
YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER other lien to or on those certain
burlap and damp bottom. Select a site in a sunny loca Bunnell Atlantic Service Station parcels. and of the land following hereinafter persona.described
For the procrastinator, con together with all unknown persona
I In the event the bed is located
claiming by through or under
tainer-grown roses can be planted near large plants, protectthe x V Day Phone 437.3625 known persons who are dead or
later, but will cost a fancy rose bushes from maraudingroots U S. Highway 1 (Qg) Night ph 437.3944 who alive:are not known to be dead or
price. with a sheet of metal roof SECTION; : 73505-2601 STATE ROAD
Varieties to plant can be a ing buried vertically along the REPAIR, REBUILD GENERATORS, STARTERS NAMES N-30J) FLAGLER AND ADDRESSES COUNTY
problem. Old-fashioned favorites Marjorie M. Brldwell
side of the bed. AND CARBURETORS : 463 Patterson Avenue S. E.
have advantages over the new- Atlanta Georgia
Prepare the planting site prior 24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service SKD NO. 100.1
to securing the rose bushes. If Harold F Landeen
Capitol Drug Store
I the soil is loose, light and sandy, 121 North Main Street
WANT ADSListings remove it to a depth of 15 inches Sheridan SHI NO.Wyoming 1011. 101.2
f I and replace with compost of rotted Hazel E. Landeen
24 HourVVrecker Capitol Drug Store
i I leaves, manure and rich 121 North Main I Street:
under this beading are hammock soil. For best growth, ServiceFlaglerTruck Sheridan Wyoming.
Ski NO. 101 1, 101.2
3 cents a word each insertion.
SECTION 73505-2601 STATE ROAD
be the is
sure replaced material
75 cents Is the minimum charge S-302 FLAGLER COUNTY
quite acid. Many sandy soils in DESCRIPTION
& Tractor Co SILT NO. 100.1 RIGHT OF WAY
FOR SALE-5-Pc. Used Dinette: south Florida contain too much That part of:
lime for best rose production, The SEW:* of the SKU of the SW>;
$15; baby play pen, used, $4.50. MASSEY-FERGUSON of Section 7, Township I II South,
Jerry's Furniture & Appliances say University of Florida rose Range 30 East being Tract 3,
specialists. Grove Farm Industrial Equipment Block 14, St. Johns Development
Old Dixie Highway, 2 miles south Company Subdivision according to
Choose I'lat Book 1, 7, public records
an overcast day for page
Korona. Phone 4373752. VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 of riagler County Florida: (EXCEPT
2.3-ltp I' planting. First check the plant fifteen feet being reservedon
carefully and c ut back the bush Owner Bunnell, Florida each Section and half Section
line for public highway purposes),
FOR SALE-I>J bath, large living I lying (A) North of and within 50
Feet of the survey line of State
room, Florida room, garage Road S302. Section 73505 West of
and utility rooms enclosed, central Survey Station 139-1-00: (B) North
of said Survey Line East of said
heating. Shown by appointment Survey Station 139-1-00 and Southof
existing Right of Way of State
only. Low down paymentand Itotid 100 said Survey line and
FHA terms. George Moody, said Survey Station being located
und described as follows:
Sr., Flagler Beach. Begin on the West line of Sec-
tion 7, Township 12 South Range
HOUSE FOR SALE- -CBS con. Southwest 30 East. 25.29 corner feet thereof North: of thencerun the
struction, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, North 88'33'15" East, 2494.02
feet to Station 139-1-00: thence
large Florida room, 2-car car contlne North 88*33'15" East 229.81
port, six (6) lots, 2 air conditioners de feet( tlptlon to the. end of this survey line
corner of Palmetto and The land herein described con-
i I tulns 32400 square feet .754 acre),
Lambert. Phone 437.3215 after more or less
4 p. m. Jan. 20 tf BRIDWELL.OWNED BY: MARJOIUE M
Fullerettes "Brush that Is" your SRO NO. 101.t. 101.2
RIGHT OF WAY
convenience-mornings and eve That part of:
nings, 4392296. Jan. 2027.2tc Apply Diazinon for Ste. Section W1of 7, Township the SEU 12 of South the
Range 30 East being Tract 1.
WANTED-Maid for Pelican lilock 14, St. Johns Development
sure control of potato wirewormsand Company Subdivision according to
Beach Motel mile
cleaning, V Plat recorded in Plat Book 1, page
south of Marineland, Florida on 7, public records of Flagler County.
Florida: (EXCEPT fifteen feet beIng -
AlA. See Mrs. Novak at the Mo other vegetable insects.You reserved on each side of each
tel. Jan. Section and half Section line for
-- -' -
FILL DIRT-Call Martin Hardingfor lying Northerly of and within 50
feet and Southerly of and within
fill dirt and top soil. Phone 5ft feet of the survey line of State
4373669. Jan 13-TFC Bond S-302. Section 73505, said survey
line being described as follows:
-- --- Begin on the West line of Sec
Furnished apartment for rent. tion 7, Township 12 South, Range
30 Fast 25.29 feet North of the
Call Harris Appliances, 4373367. Southwest corner whereof: thencerun
Dec. 23 tf. North 88'33'15" East. 2623.83
-- feet to the end of this survey line
FOR RENT-2 bedroom duplex The land herein described con-
tains 32.798 square feet (.776 acre),
apt., screened porch and car. more or less
port. Living room and kitchen insect of Florida OWNED BY: HAZEL E. LAN-
can prevent costly damage major pests vege- DEEN I
furnished. Call 4373304. ll-25t-fc from soil insects like potato wire- table crops. of SUBJECT HAROLD TO:F INTEREST LANDEEN If any. i
TOB- SALE LEASE-OR-RENT-- worms, cutworms and maggots by So grow higher quality yields of PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a !
2-bedroom Florida room, and following a control program with potatoes and othervegetable crops filed Declaration In the of Taking has been
carport beach house unfurnished. Diazinon' AG500 insecticide.All by making broadcast application of the Petitioners above-styled the acquiring cause authority by-
Hurricane fence encloses you need do is make a pre- Diazinon, before you plant, for the taking of these of the proceedings property, described for
back yard. Call 4373172. 11-4-tf plantspray application of Diazinon. complete soil insect control. Then, purposes In therein the Petition described, for the to-
Then mix it thoroughly into the top use Diazinon foliar sprays duringthe wit as right of way and
FOR SALE-3 bedroom 2U borrow pit for a portion of
bath double centralheating few inches of soil. Regardless of season to control 'foliage in- State Road S-302 In Flagler Coun-
ty. Florida and that the Petition-
fire place, large Florida the stage of growth of the wire- sects. You'll profit from an insect era will apply for an Order of
Diazinon has the control that's hard to beat Taking. and such other Order as
room, situated on 160x110 water. worms, "staying program the Court d roper, before the
front lot. Call 439-2203, Flagler power" to control ,these insects. Geigy Agricultural Chemicals of Honorable the Judges Howell of the W Circuit Melton Court, one
Beach. 11.4.UCOX' Diazinon is particularly valuable Division of Geigy Chemical Cor- of the Seventh Judicial Circuit. In
and for Flagler
because it controls even those insects poration,Ardsley, New York. on the 24th day of February A. D.
UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell, 1988.I at 200: o'clock P. M.. In the
that have become resistant to Flngler County Courthouse at Bun .
Fla Hwy. 11, will pick and
up other insecticides.In Geigy nell. Florida. All parties to the
deliver all furniture free. For suit and all parties interested may
fact Diazinon is the only insecticide CIIATOM Of CHEMICALSOR MOOKNWHAT'S ACKK.WICKI appear and be heard at the time
sample material and prices on and place designated.
labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf you need to fight most DiazinonCIIATOM commanded You. and each to of you, are hereby
appear by ming an
Answer to the Petition heretofore
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain filed In this cause In the entitled
Court on or before
fields Installed; snail shell. Reasonable 1986. to show what right title interest -
prices. Call George Ja- or Men you. or any of you.
have In and to the property described
roz ID 7-3410 8-1-tf In said Petition and show
-- cause why the same should not be
THIS IS REALLY LI"'''''. WATCH OUT FOR X, taken for the uses and purposes
C*. THIS unD CAR I tHAT OANWALKtR Tilt MATTER set forth In the Petition filed
-- LOO,( illA RAIN7 YAAINT herein
... JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER PRACTICAL ATOLL AT MIRAM.'.' OUT SACK.THLaiE .
COMING BACK WITNESS my Hand and the Seal
BEACH REALTY CO. KRANTZ ; ARE VOU; of this Court on this 14th day of
January, A. D. 1968 ,
LOTS HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, MOTORSRUNS I (SEAL E A. SETTEE
Clerk of the Circuit Court. In
WATER FRONT, FARMS, for Flagler County FlorIda.
. ACREAGESee LIKE A NOcm.. I Dy Julia R. Harvey
tu for your real estate needs WILLIAM L. WADSWORTH
Office Phone HE 9.2242 /- County P. O. Box Attorney ass Flagler County
Residence Phones ID 7.3691 JAMES.J Florida. RICHARDSON and
or ID 7-3517 I21 Holland Building
v Tallahassee, Florida
n- Ire M ot Counsel for the Petitioners.
Jan. 20.27 & Feb. 3.1o-4tc
Thursday, February 3, 1966 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE f'lF.VIm' .
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Meat Clinic The m eats specialists Identified meat purchases carefully, getting I In Union County, were Mrs. Yarbrough, Union County High
chuck and sirloin steak, cuts that are properly Kendall
Gladys marketing specialist I School Home Economics teacher,
For StudentsMore Boston butt, loin, cured ham, trimmed, buying large cuts and I Florida Agricultural Ex- and Bill Cowen, Union County
cured picnic ham, shoulder, serving three or more different tension Service; Mrs. Mary Lou agricultural agent.PETERSON .
than 100 home economics breast, and leg of lamb, as well meals. I ,
as sausage and ground beef, as '-'--- ------ --- I,
students at Union County High Dr. Reddish recommended low | 1
School at Lake Butler learned I economy cuts."Meatiness I temperatures for roasting meat. 1' I'
Sljr iPlagUr Ertbunr1IIJMVKM. TEXACO
the ABC's of meat selection and or plumpness In a I For beef and lamb, 300 F.; forj: SERVICE
cookery at a Meat Clinic spon- I red meat indicates it will have I fresh pork, 325" F. Meats should j jj .. FLORIDA
sored by the Florida A gricul- more edible meatin proportionto I be carved across the grain, the i I ROAD SERVICE I
tural Extension Service last bone and fat. When you select I specialist said. I, AIRS. M D. FULLER Editor Light Mechanic Work
Thursday.Dr. those plump meaty cuts with Dr. Reddish roasted cuts of Phone 437-3441 funnel
Uvulgiiated newspaper for mil
Robert L. Reddish, meats fine flakes of fat and thin fat I beef, lam, and pork to show the Legal Advertising ....
layers, the gain is two-fold, more audience how to properly pre v
quality and more meat to eat," pare them. Students were given Entered at second claaa matter O. F. ALTORDRegitteied
Extension Service, presented information February 6, 1913. at the poat- j
on meat Identification, said. I an opportunity to taste-test the office at Ounnell Florida, under .
To get the most return for the roasted meats. Act of March 3, 187C I
economy cuts, buying, grades, [Real Estate Broker
meat dollar, Dr. Reddish recommended I Assisting Dr. Reddish with
freezing, storage, meat cookeryand the and I held'I One year _............._....:z.o
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PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, February 3, 1966
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Amateur Jai Alai Woody Vines For desirable features, are worthyof plants that couldn't make it on when the soil is dry should
Tournament Set the homeowners' consideration. thejr own in the normally dry enough water be added to moisten
At FrontonThe Your LandscapeYou conditions of the average home. i I says Dr. Sheehan.
Ornamentals to be satisfactoryfor He says in addition, the lustre What type plants are best?
3rd annual Interstate landscape planting, shouldbe anti Election of the glass add I I African violets, creeping fig, Eng
Amateur Jal Alai Tournament may be missing well adapted to the environ interest which you can't have lish ivy, Selaginella and dwarf
the by not using woody vines around ment where they are to be I 1 I
will be held at Daytona with open arrangements. varieties of caladiums are Just a
Beach Fronton on February 6, your home. grown. Otherwise you won't get Tji0 glass enclosure also protect few examples.
5 They're a group of ornamentalsjust thrifty growth.
from 2 to p. m. $ delicate foliage, brittle
as important as trees and Dickey says many of the vines
Sponsors for the professional stews and leaves that would be
shrubs for creatlnglandscape effects grown in the colder regions are
exhibition are the Peninsula difficult TAXCONSULTANT
togrow In the open, even INCOME
of color general structuureand not adapted to Florida's
Junior Women's Club If tjifc humidity could be main.
climates. He adds that there's
American Amateur Jai Alai As. shape. tained.
sociation. Charities are the VoluslaFlagler Probably their best point is considerable variation in the hardiness Ed (Chubby) BielejeskiCall
of the terrariums aren't hard tomato
Association for re that they're adapted to many
tarded children and Child Day yards difficult or impossible to these reasons, the special. and set up. Once made, Saturday, 12 to 3
they're: easy to keep and will
ist relatively few vines can
Care Center. fill with trees and shrubs. says
be planted everywhere In the thrive a long time on minimum ---
"These vine are often IN CIIirriT COURT: OF TILE
Door prizes have been donatedby plants state. care from the homeowner.Dr. K\'i\Tll JUDICIAL: CIRCUIT
Daytona Beach merchantsand overlooked by homeowners, or Sheehan IN AM FOR FLAOLKH COUNTY,
says you .
are used as filler In the average FI.OItlUA IN CHANCERY
the trophies were presentedby
choose the type of terrarium by nan:
Mayor Owen Eubanks. landscape setting," says R. D. RETIREMENTS ASSETS the room where It will be placed. ELLA RAE CHANDLER.Plaintiff,
Members of the committeessaid Dickey, horticulturist DOUBLE IN STATEThe One not adapted because of vs.
WILLIAM REX CHANDLER
there will be no wagering Agricultural Experiment shape or size will lose its effec Defendant.
and this will be a good chance I Stations. combined financial assetsof tiveness.utu's. NOTICES OF linT
out that because of retirement for state IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF
lie points programs
for the young people to see this I }J FLORIDA:
fast In action. the many ways in which you can and local government employeesIn what you should do, TO: WILLIAM REX CHANDLERCare
lightning game once you've decided on the kind MRS. NET PROCTOR
use these woody vines, this in Florida have virtually doubled 614 CHURCH STREET
I itself makes them prized in sub. during the past five years while of t I't' r1um. LAUHENS. SOUTH CAROLINAYou
are hereby required to file
tropical and tropical areas like these assets grew by 72 percent I Place at least one Inch of pea. with the Clerk of this Court your
State Park VisitorsAt Florida. nationwide, the Florida State sized gravel in the bottom of the answer to the Bill of Complaint
filed herein against you In the
the halfway mark of the It's not always easy to tell the Chamber of Commerce pointedout container. This will handle ex above entitled cause on or before
State Park Board's fiscal year, difference between a climbing in its Weekly Business Review cess water. Next cover the gravel and the serve 7th day a copy of March thereof A.upon D.,Law.1966
some 26 million persons had shrub and a vine either. Several released yesterday."The with, 'three to four Inches of good rence W. Horns Esq, plaintiff's
visited the state's parks and his well-known vines like bougainvillea I total holdings under organic soil mixture. A mixtureof attorney 412 N. Halifax, herein,Avenue whose, address P. O. Box Is
toric memorials. and some species of Jasmine these programs in Florida ojifc part by volume of peatto 5217 Daytona Beach, Florida 32018.
"The Flagler Tribune" Is hereby
State Parks Director Bill Miller and wisteria may be grownas reached $549,243,000 by mid-1965. on* part sandy soil Is best. designated as the newspaper In
shrubs with a little pruning. The increase over 1965 was 93 Theh add and mix one teaspoonof which thla order shall be publishedonce
said the tourist total from July a week for four consecutive
December 31 showeda Dickey says, on the other hand, I percent. This half billion dollar 6.66 fertilizer for every two weeks. HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A
that some shrubs like the Chi. sum was made up of $351,285,000 quarts of soil.A DECREE PRO CONFESSO WILL BE
550,000 Increase over the same ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR
nese-hat-plant and elaeagnuscan invested in federal government glass cover is a must. It SUCH FAILUREThe
1964-a boost of 26
period In per
vines. securities $41,142,000 in state keeps and nature of this cult Is a bill
cent. be grown as ; or up humidity preventsthe for divorce.
In Florida, you have a wide I local government securities; terrarium from drying out WITNESS my hand and seal at
Hugh Taylor Birch State Park choice In vines. This includes $137,870,000 In securities of private too wpidly. Te cover should be this Bunnell 28th Flagler day of County.January,Florida A. D..
near Fort Lauderdale led In the type of support and size, color I businesses; and $18,946,000in removed to allow ventilation es. 1966.
attendance figures with 436,802 and general appearance of the cash and deposits. Since 1960 pecUUy when the sides of the (Official Clerk Seal)Circuit E. A.Court SMYTHEAs Flagler
visitors. Next was St. Andrews foliage and flowers. there has been a greater accu container: collect with moisture. ] County, Florida.
State Park near Panama City "Some vine is In bloom each mulation of assets in both fed. Watering: Isn't a problem. Only By Clerk Julia H. Harvey, Deputy
Beach with 321,656. month of the year in different eral government and private Feb. 3.10.1'l.24-Uc
sections of the state," said Dick. business securities and a lessen.
The Walt Disney $100 million ey. Most of the species are ever ing of other types of investments.
family entertainment center to green with their beauty and use I Payments: into the various re I NOTICENotice
be built on 27,000 acres of land apparent throughout the year. tirement accounts during the I II
soouth of Orlando is expected to Some deciduous vines, becauseof i I fiscal year 1964.65 were from I II j
employ some 4,000 people. their striking bloom or other three sources: $49,758,000 in employee is that
I hereby given a municipal election will
--- contributions $38,652,000
I BUNNELL HIGH SCHOOL I paid in by state and local governments be held in the City of Bunnell, Florida, on Tuesday,
from tax monies; and the 8th day of March, A. D. 1966, for the purpose of
BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1965 66 $20,361,000 in Interest earned by electing three City Commissioners. All persons de-
Feb. 4 _...................Friday Hillard .......................Away I the Investment of funds. siring to have their names printed upon the official
Feb. 5 ................Saturday St. Augustine ............Away "Benefits to retired public em
Feb. 8 ................Tuesday Florida D & B..HomeFeb. ployees during the year amount. ballots as candidates are required to pay to the City
11 ..................Friday Callahan ....................Away ed to $25,504,000 and former em Clerk of said City, with whom he qualifies, a filing
Feb. 15 ..............Tuesday Hastings ......................Home ployees who elected to withdraw fee of five per centum (5%) of the annual salary
Feb. 18 ........_.........Friday Baldwin ......................Away their funds received a total of of the office of City Commissioner of said City on or
12525000." before 12:00: o'clock noon, on the 25th day of February -
\ A. D. 1966.
NOTICEYou Miniature Garden
Notice is further given that the registration booksof
are hereby notified that the Tax Assessoror Glass EnclosedTerrariums the City of Bunnell, Florida, are now open for
his assistant will be present in the various pre- miniature registration of voters to and including the 25th day
are gar. ,
cincts on the day and hour shown below, for the
purpose of receiving tax returns on Real, Personaland dens enclosed? in glass. Sound In. until 12:00: o'clock noon, of February, A. D. 1966.
Intangible Property, and applications for Home- teresting
stead and other exemptions: These tiny gardens inside the Mrs. Nancy C. Rodgers, City Clerk
home can be made of either around I
glass globe, an
Precinct No. Bunnell, Tax Assessor's Office Friday Feb. aquarlum'l
largemouth bottles, .
ruaiy 11, 8:30 A. M. to 12 Noon.
stemmed glass or other types of
Precinct No. 4-A-Bunnell, Masonic Lodge. Friday February clear glass containers. PHONEKelley's
11, 1:30 P. M. to 2:30 P. M. Terrariums are ideal for growing .
plants under adverse condi
Precinct No. 2-Flagler Beach City Hall. Monday. Febru- tions.
cry 14 9:00 A. M. to 12 Noon. Dr. Tom Sheehan, associate or
namental horticulturist with the
Precinct No. 5-A-Panot Village. Monday. February 14.
state's Agricultural Experiment BURNING
1:30 P. M. to 2:30 P. M.
Stations, says they p roduce artificially
Precinct No. Espanola, County Polling Building. Tues a more or less ideal atmosphere .
day February 15. 10:00 A. M. to 11:00 A. M. for growing numerous. STAN DARE]
Precinct No. 3-A-Koiona. White Eagle. Tuesday. February i\ TILE C'IIU't'IT C'on\T OK
"'I.AtH.It'OI NTV, FMUUDAIV
IS, 2:00 P. M. to 3:00: P. M. rilA\CKHY fin. .122J: : :
JOSEPH I' SLODYSKO.
Precinct No. 3-Haw Creek Community Hall Wednesday. Plaintiff I
February 16. 10:00 A. M. to 11:00 A. M. VERONICA DELORES Defendant.SLODYSKO. ''I'' PRODUCTS
Precinct No. 4 St Johns Park Community Hall. Wednes. THE STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA UKKKNU TO: I DIESEL -:- KEROSENEHOME
day, February 16 2:00 P. M. to 3:00 P. M. VERONICA DELORES
1804 East Tusculm Street DELIVERY COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS
The Tax Laws require that you file a return on You Philadelphia are hereby Pennsylvania notified that a I _-'Phone 437.7172 Bunnell, Florida
Personal and Intangible Personal Property, regard- suit has been filed against you In
less of the amount, before April 1st, and I am re- the are above hereby entitled required cause to :file and your you .
I answer with the Clerk of this Court I
quired to assess a ten percent penalty upon your and to serve a copy thereof upon
failure to do so. the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
whose name and address Is:
All applications for exemption must also be SAMUEL, V. HOLCH
filed before April 1st. The Tax Assessor's Office is 110 Palatka.North Florida Third Street 32077 A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
open from 8 :30 A. M. to 12:00: Noon and 1:00 P. M. not later than March 7th. A. D.. I I JOHN CAPO. Manager
to 4:30: P. M. and we will be glad to assist you, if 1968.If you fall to do no. decree pro ,
confesso will be entered againstyou Ii AIR OXYGEN
possible. for the relief demanded In the LADY
bill of complaint. The nature of I i CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
Respectfully, said null being for divorce. I
WITNESS my hand and seal of A'l"fEr"DAN'l'AMBULANCES
D. R. MOORE .
said Court this lit day of February,
Tax Assessor A D. 1966.Official I
( Seal) E. A. SMTTHE Phone ID 7-3532:
Clerk of said Circuit Court '
By Julia It. Harvey Deputy Clerk. 201 E. MOODY BLVD. Bum u.. FLORIDA .
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