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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: May 5, 1966
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 54, NO. 18 .. BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1966 n t :(ti\\5 2.50 A YEAR I
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Big Percentage JAMES M BROWN Commissioners I

...-- Unofficial Results of
Qualified Voters S Study Plan For


Cast Ballots Here Air ConditioningThe
First Primary Vote
Approximately 72 per cent of Bunnell City Commission.
the qualified voters of Flagler ers at its meeting Monday eve
County went to the polls and ning discussed air conditioningfor
voted In Tuesday primary, which, I"i "" the Civic Center. Three plans y C't" .r i hd
settled all of the onecountyraces. I were presented and the commission cS d d dl( d d
took them under study and OFFICE AND CANDIDATE :z :z :x :x :9G; .r :x :

In the Seventh Judicial Circuit plans to hold a discussion session i 1:1: : 1:1; q 1; da"a" :: .
Judge, group 3, race William with each plant before advertising .9 igl(
Wadsworth of Bunnell and E. L. I for bids. II fiH
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Eastmoore of Putnam County Some recreation money has
will battle It out in the second been set aside to apply on the Circuit Judge Group No. 3 I I 1 I I I I I I
primary. George B. Newton of cost of air conditioning and also E. L. Eastmoore ................................ 251| 411| 21| 31| 31| 71| 101101| | 11| 102
Geo. B. Newton ........................ ..
Palatka was eliminated in the other funds was placed in the .... .. 371| 361' 31| 31| 31| 31| 91| 91| 81| 111
first primary.In budget for this year. W. L. Wadsworth.-................... 358353721024313512788841362I| | | | | | | |
the county commissionersrace Airman James M. Brown, son I The commissioners 'accepted Governor I I I I I I I I I
in Districts two and four of Mr. and Mrs. Averley Brown the resignation of Wilfred Hunter Haydon Burns: .................................. 13115832| | | 421121| | 641| 601471471| | 593
both Incumbents-Alfred Tuck. of Bunnell, Florida, has been selected I as fire chief His reason for Sam Foor .......................................... 21| 11| 241| | 21| 01| 1111| | 01 10
and George WIckline-- were re- for (training at SheppardAFB resigning was he has moved out Robert King High ............................ 10111351131| | | 321| 71| 261| 441151241| | 397
nominated over their challengers Tex., as an Air Force com of the city limits to reside. The Scott Kelly....................................... 183140| 29| 291321| | 521| 421411221| | 570
J. B. Pellicer and R. L. Me- munications wiring specialist.The commissioners referred the mat Attorney General I I I I I I I I I
airman, a 1964 graduateof ter to the fire department for the Barney F. Cobb ............ ................... 54| 75,/ 81| 181 91| 221| 121181 91 225
Nab.Gus Craig of St. Augustinewon Bunnell High School, attended members to recommend someonefor Earl Faircloth ................................ 278J298J65J/ 691351| 86111218217411099
over his opponent, Emmett Daytona Beach Junior College the position.Cigarette. Comptroller I I I I I I I I I
Pacetti, in his bid for election He recently completed Ronald Brugh ......................._......... 121| 21151| | | 21| 51| 3/| 5/11| | 55
as state representative from St. basic training at Lackland AFB, Fred O. "Bud" Dickinson, Jr...... .. 27938354| | | 891391| | 891| 9418016611043| | |
Johns County, and for the first Tex. Tax Walter Franzel............................... 911013111/ / 31 21 3111 33
time In Flagler County for that Larry Kelley................................... 251 621111 201 21111161 91161172
For March
post. This Is the first time Flag Senior CitizensTo State Treasurer I I I I I I I I I
ler will be sharing a representative Ben. Morris, director of the Ray Gann .......................................... 91 161 01 21 331/ 51 21 41 4-1
in the state legislature.In Meet State Bob Harris ...................................?... 14211901291 521201 551 571391281 612
the school board races in TuesdayThe that Beverage net cigarette Department tax collections reports -. Broward Williams .........................18611711371 28/231/ 621 571511501 665

districts one, three 'and five, Incumbent Flagler Senior Citizens for the month of March, Commissioner Florida Public I I 1 I I I I I I
Myrtle Rice won over Club will meet next Tuesday 1966 amounted $5,826,1813, of Service Commission Group 1 I I I I I I I I I
her opponent, Roy E. Likins, in evening, May 10, In CommunityHall this amount $$2,009,285.21 to, will Phillip S. Brewer ............................ 44// 681121 151 31111, 81161 81 185
got w. D. ....................
district five. In District 3 Howell at the Municipal Building () the state general revenue Maynard ............ 321 591 61121 21161181131121170
V. Peavy won over MargaretV. Flagler Beach. The meeting date fund and the remaining $3,816- William T. "Billy" Mayo .............. 23812231481| | | 531371| | 711) 79,63,58:, | 865
Knight. Incumbent James had to be set back one week 732.92 will be distributed to Commissioner Florida Public I I I I I I I I I II
Crews did not seek reelection. because the clubroom was usedas Service Commission, Group 2 I I I I I i I I I
qualified
municipalities. Flagler Joe ........................... ....
District one incubent Herschel a polling place for the May 3 County municipalities received Boyd ............ 361| 701| 822[ | 7117\15120\| | | | | 199
King was defeated.by Dave )F'ef>. primary .election.. *' : the followingBunnell : __ Jerry W. Carter .................................. 19018546| | | 451321| 62| 74(49,631( ;, \ 716
Mack'H. .. .. ........-. ......... ....
Members are asked to bringa Jones < : ?. 241| 28| If 41| 21| 61| 1110| 89
ryman.In ..................:...:.....:.$3,040.99 | 31|
Emmett S. Roberts ............................
District 16 senatorial covered dish or dessert and 63741101| | | 12)) 51| 26| | | 229
race Flagler Beach .................. 1,132.66 141312|
C. D. Covington was the apparent I table service for the regular 6 Beverly Beach ................ 122.60 I State Senator I I M I I I I I I I
winner (at the present time) o'clock potlucK supper Marineland ..................... 135.09Painter's 15th Senatorial District I I M I I I I I I I
J. A. (Tar) ..............................
his Francis White- I Boyd 10911491291| | | 3321| | 321| | 515
over opponent I Hill ... ................ 14.82 4455143|
hair, with a few more precincts AWARD WINNERS Welborn Daniel............................... 18418634| | | 4521| | 65| 633734| | | 669
still to be counted. 16th Senatorial District I I M I I I I I I I
In the 15th senatorial district FOR CITIZENSHIPStudents Small Claims D. D. Covington, Jr. ........................ 21822138| | | 5021| | 571| 68i3444| | 751
race at press time was a real of the Bunnell Junior I Francis P. Whitehair ...................... 1001541291; | | 3225| | 411| 476135| | | 527
"cliff hanger" with J. A. (Tar) High School who have been selected Court Date State House Representatives I I I I I I I I I
Boyd about 35 votes ahead of to receive the annual Citizenship Flagler County I I I I M I 1 I I I
Wellborn Daniels. There were I,j Awards given by The A II Gus Craig .............................. 24012511451| | | 551311| | 981007174| | | | 969
several precincts and absentee I! American Legion are Ann Meek- Set May 12 I Emmett W. Pacetti .......................... 86H1720| | 321191| | 201| 30'241141' | | 362
ballots to be reported. I I ins and Michael Barber. Small Claims Court Judge Tom I County Commissioner, Dist. No. 2 I I I I I I I I I
In the governors race at press Ann is the daughter of Mr. Lenssen said the session of R. L. McNab ...................................... 20620737[ | | 401251| | 431| 7545'49| | 731
Geo E. Wickline ............................
time Governor Haydon Burns and Mrs. C. A. Meekins of Flag Court scheduled for May 5 has I 182223| ;37)) 551271| | 931| 635647, | | 783
ahead, with Mayor King Highof ler Beach. Michael is the son been postponed until May 12 at County Commissioner Dist. No. 4 I I M I I I I I I I
Miami going into the second of Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Barberof Flagler County Courthouse. J. B Pellicer ...................................... 20818941| : | 231391| | 581| 8647J48J] 739
primary with him. Two years Bunnell. There will also be a session on Alfred R. Tucker .............................. 18920235| | | 7716| | 851| 55561461; 761
ago both Governor Burns and The Citizenship Awards are May 26.Recent. Member Board Public Instruction I I I I I II I I I MI I
in the second given each year by Flagler Post District No. 1 I I I
Mayor High were cases where judgementshave I M I I I I I
primary run.off.SENIORS 115, The American Legion. been rendered In favor of Herschel King .................................. 17313817| | | 311321| | 531[ 701541281[ | | 616
the plaintiff Include J. D. "Dave" Perryman ................ 22012611581| | | 521211| | 821( 721461661| | 878
MRS. ALFORD Lehigh Credit Union vs. Carl Member Board Public Instruction I 1 I I I I I I I
OFFERED RENAMED TO Bratcher. District No. 3Margaret I 1 I 1 I I I I I
WELFARE BOARD V. Knight ........................ 12111151151
PLACE ON AIR FORCE Flagler Truck and Tractor vs 25191| 311| 351241221| | | 397
Secretary of State Tom Adams B. O. W. Trucking, Edward Hawkins Howell V. Peavy .............................. 2651299601; | 721311109111017817011099
SPACE PROGRAMFlagler announced the recommissioning Member Board Public Instruction I I M I I I I I I 1
County high school of Mrs. O. F. Alford, Bunnell, as Bunnell Auto Supply vs. District No. S I I I I I I I I I
seniors placeon Member, Board of Social Welfare Roy E. Likins .................................... |
can now reserve a Krantz MotorsFACULTY 14711891151| 40,32, | 411| 511821361| 633
the Aerospace Team throughthe District No.5, Flagler Myrtle C. Rice .................................. 22412141601| | 491181| 921| 801231571! 818
Air Force's Delayed Enlistment County. SELECTS
Program, announced Ser Mrs. Alford has served on the EPISCOPAL MISSION
"BOY STATERS"The Burns Club Will
geant Dick Maves local Air Board the past several years. BOARD MEETS AT
Force Recruiter. American Legion Boys Hold ST. THOMASAt
This program gives seniors an BUNNELL O. E. S. State representatives have been Meeting
opportunity to signup in the inactive MEETS TUESDAY selected by the Bunnell school the recent meeting of St.
Air Force Reserves for 30 Bunnell Chapter No. 93 Orderof faculty to attend the 1966 session Monday EveningAll Thomas Episcopal Church Mis
to 120 days. After graduation Eastern Star will meet at the in Tallahassee. for Governor sion Board a list of prioritieswere
supporters
seniors will be enlisted into the Masonic Temple, Bay Street, at Selected to attend are Arthur Burns campaign are invited to established with regards to
MeDaniel and Walton Cowart. Improvement on the new build-
active duty Air Force. 8pm Tuesday evening. attend a pep and planning
The delayed Enlistment Pro. Officers of the Order said "We Arthur is the son of Mr. and meeting at the civic center on Ing.It
gram enables applicants to com would like to see as many memo Mrs. Robert F. McDaniel of Monday evening at 8 o'clock. was felt that "before 'any
plete their paperwork early and bers as possible attend. We need Flagler Beach. Walton is the All who supported other can thing else was accomplished we
offers a wider selection of ca to take time out of our busy son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Cow- didates in the May 3rd primaryare ought to work towards coveringthe
reer training areas. More factson lives to attend the Chapter meet art of Bunnell. Both 'are studentsof invited to Join in with the cement floor and obtaininga
the program may be obtained ings. Our organization is only as Bunnell High School and are Bums supporters to help elect steeple for the building" memo
from Sergeant Maves, at the strong as our weakest link, and members of the Junior Class. "an all-Florida Governor" bers of the board said.
Daytona Beach Air Force Recruiting we need the support of every They are sponsored to attend New plans for the campaign Anyone interested in helping
Office, located at 620 member. If we are going to continue the session by Flagler Post 115 will be made at this time. financially In these areas please
North Ridgewood Ave., Daytona to be effective In our community of The American Legion. I contact the Mission Board.
Beach, or by calling 253.9671. Our Worthy Matron They also agreed to hire an
needs the support and guidance Florida's pulpwood cut in 1964 I The 19th annual Dixie Inter organist on a yearly basis and
The Holy Bible has been translated of all past matrons and patrons." was 2,238,900 cords of pine, 243 national Water Ski Tournamentis anyone Interested in the opportunity
into more than 1,200 languages Light refreshments will be 600( cords of hardwoods and 262,. scheduled April 8.9 at Flor please let the Church
'and dialects. : served in the dining hall. 800 cords of wood residues. ida's Cypress Gardens. know.oun .



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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA Thursday, May 5, 1966ctoal
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,uuudJ c1tbjlt. Livestock Need spread by both mosquitoes and iv run CIRCUIT(;OUNTY.COURT FLORIDA.OKFLAf.LEIl Subscribe for The Flagler 'frlbune

birds. People and horses are sus IV CHANCERY No. 3265.
.
1TUB CIHCI IT COURT 8EV.FNTil
MewA Treatment Now ceptible. This, too, can be fatal HARRY c, DE GROTT. JUUK'IAL CIRCUIT. IVAM
PlaintiffBETTY ) FOR FLAULEH
COUNTY
and Is characterized by the horse VI. FLORIDA

BUNNELL HIGH SCHOOL walking or "staggering about DE GROTT. ('II t For DiseaseAt Defendant CITIZENS BANK OK BUNNELL,
SCIENCE FAIR, continuously. Prevention includes NOT..'.) TO DEFEVI Bunnell Florida a corporation
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: existing under the laws of the
The annual science fair was this, time of year livestock regular spraying for mosquities BETTY DE GUOTT whose State of Florida,
and vaccination in the place of residence and post Plaintiff.FLOYD .
owners are urged to take special
held at the Bunnell Hig'h'Schoot office address are unknown. VI.
precautions against two diseases: winter or early spring. Vaccination You are hereby notified that a J, COLLINS and BETTY
Thursday, April 28. suit has been filed against you in STONE COLLINS his wife.
There were 80 Junior and senior Blackleg In cattle and Equine consists of two shots intra- the above entitled cause; and you Defendants
In demally one week to ten days are hereby required to file your answer NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE -
Encephalomyelitis (staggers)
'high school students partic with the Cleric of this Court, SALE BY CLERK
horses. apart. and to serve a copy thereof upon Notice I Is hereby given that
ipating. the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney, suant to a Final Decree of foreclosure
A few weeks of planning and Blackleg Is an acute infectiousand Rabies in dogs is another dis- whose name and address is: dated the 26th day of April

usually fatal disease which sease that should not be overlooked SAMUEL V. HOLCH. A D 19C6, and entered In Chancery I,
work ended Thursday, with the 110 North Third Street case No 5255 of the Circuit Court I
attacks young cattle, between 6 especially since several Palatka Floridanot of the Seventh Judicial Circuit in
judging of the Junior high later than May 21 t A D. 1966, and for Flagler County Florida
science fair at 2 o'clock, followed months and 2 years of age. Cattle rabid coons have been discover- If you fall to do so, decree pro I wherein CITIZENS BANK OB' BUN- Ii
which have calved usually de in Flagler County during the confesso will be entered againstyou NELL, Bunnell, Florida a corporation
by the senior high fair. for the relief demanded in the I existing: under the laws of
have Calves shouldbe last few weeks. Dogs should be bill of The nature of
Winners of the senior immunity. complaint. the State of Florida, Is plaintiff,
high
di'I' 6 months of age before treat 6 months of age before vaccination said suit being imoiicn for and FLOYD J. COLLINS and BET I'
vision TY STONE
were: 1st, Donnie COLLINS his wife, are
ment, however In emergenciesthey and should be retreated WITNESS my hand and seal ot defendants I will sell to the high
sophomore; 2nd, Arthur McDan- said Court this 18th day of April est and best bidder for cash at the
be treated at 3.4 each spring. The disease is A D.
1966.
iel may front door of the Flakier County
Junior; 3rd, Tony Parker,
E A.
SMYTHE
contact with the Courthouse in Bunnell. Flagler
months and retreated at 6 spread through
sophomore. Clerk of said Circuit Court. County Florida, at 11:00 o'clock
months. The disease will usually saliva of an infected animal and (Official Seal) A.M., on Monday, the 16th day of
Winners of the Junior high division ByS/ E. A, SMYTHE. May. A D. I960 the following
affect the best calves In a herd can be transmitted to man. Clerk, descried -
property as set forth
1st in
Evan
were: Yelving- said
first. Symptoms include lameness Your County Agent would be April 21-28 and May 512ltcdip Final Decree to-wlt:
ton, 8th grade; 2nd, Grady Pra- ------ Lot Eight (8). Block Nine
ther 8th 3rd swelling over the muscles glad to advise with you on any (9), Moody'a Subdivision of
Ann
grade Meek-
; ,
F'lag ler Beach, l<
Ins, 8th grade.Honorable and under the skin, fever and livestock health problems you ; to the plat Florida of said according -

great depression. may be having. ? Jlagltr aribunr Moody'a Subdivision of
mention In the jun- Flagler Beach, Florida on
division Equine Encephalomyelitis Is file In the office of the Clerk
nor high were: Roxanne
DUNNELL. FLORIDA of the Circuit Court for

McNitt, 8th grade, Jeannie HIg- The name "tangerine" is supposed Flagler County, Florida, In
Plat Book 1,
ginbotham, 8th grade; Beth iature diplomas to the 1966 to be derived from Tan MRS. M B. FULLER. Editor Dated at Bunnell page Florida 24. this

Matherly, 8th grade; patsy Har- graduating class at Bunnell gier, Morocco, and has come to Designated newspaper for all 2nd day of :May Julia, A R D Harvey 1966 ,

din, 7th grade; and James Bryan High School. apply to all the red-skinned varieties Legal Advertising Deputy Clerk of the Circuit

7th grade. The miniature diploma Is a of mandarins. The most Circuit.Court In Seventh and for JudicIal Flag-

JonAnn Wilson, laminated replica of the regular important variety of tangerine, I Entered as second class matter ler County, Florida,
6, May S, ltc.
February 1913. the post- ___
Student Secretary diploma Issued at the graduation the Dancy, originated from a office at Bunuell, Ffrl under IV TUB CIRCUIT

I exercises. The smaller diploma seedling grown at Buena Vista, Act of March S. 1871 JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT, SEVRVTH IVCOUNTY-

ANDERSON'S DRUG STORE, will be convenient for future Fla., by Col. George L. Dancy AND FLORIDA FOR 'LAGLEft ,
One year _.. .....-,2.30
owned and operate,i by Mr. G. reference to prospective employers and was introduced into cultivation Six months ____..l.:1rS I\CASE eIlANC"NO. 5263 RV.

S. Anderson, is supplying mln- and schools. in 1871 or 1872. KAY F. HEOEMAN.
Plaintiff..
---
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vs
RICHARD E. HEGEMAN,
Defendant
DIVORCE
NOTICE TO APPEAR
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:

__ I -" RICHARD 1810 Park Avenue.E. HEGUMAN.

ale Racine Wisconsin.
m's You are hereby notified that a
of ), suit for divorce has been filed
< Oc against you in the above entitled
cause and you are hereby required
ThanksFor to serve upon Plaintiffs attorney
vnoae name and address appear
hereon your written defense It
any to the Bill of Complaint In
said suit, on or before the 21st day
of :May 1966. else decree pro con-
fesso will' be entered against you.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court this 12th day April
A. D. 1966
E. A, SMYTHE.
Clerk of said Court
By JULIA R HARVEY
Your
Deputy Clerk
W L. WADSWORTH
c-tr i'. O. Box 896
Bunnell. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
April 21-28-May 5124tc.

IX THE CIRCUIT COURT; 9EVEVTII -
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IV
A\l FOIl FLAC.LER COUNTY
HTVTI': OF FLORIDA.
('IIANCERY INo. .-\1.

WonderfulSupport REBECCA Plaintiff OLGA PICERELLI


PETER JOHN PICERELLI
Defendant
NOTICE TO APPEAR AMI
UEFKVUTHE
IN NAME OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA:
TO: Peter John Plcerelll
30 Firg lade Street
Riverside, Rhode Island.
toY OU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED
file your answer or other defenses -
to the Complaint with
---1 EMIL A SMYTHE. :sielgt the
Circuit Court, Bunnell. Florida, on
or before the 20th day of May A.
D. 1966, and to serve a true copy
thereof on or before said date upon
.lllesple., Gillespie and Hall, plain.tiff's .
attorneys whose address is
233 North Causeway, New Smyria
Jfach Florida HEREIN FAIL, NOT
Hi A DECREIJ PRO CONI<'ESSO
WILL I5E ENTERED AGAINST

We those who YOU The FOR nature SUCH of this FAILURE suit Is to lecure -
invite supported an absolute divorce.

*unnel.WITNESS); Flagler my hand County and seal Florida at

this 5th day of April, A. D. 1966.
EMIL A SMYTHE


other candidates on May 3 to (Seal) Clerk Flugler By /SJulia Circuit County Court,R.Florida.Harvey,


Deputy
MClerk.
April 14.2128and .4tc.

with \TIIK:--,. ,:.-1L CIRCUIT'COUNTY.COURT OF
'LORIH.
join us in re-electing an all I CLIFFORD IN 1'IiANCEIIY: Plaintiff C. WILLIAMS Ne. 38.: ,



ROSA OWENS WILLIAMS,

Florida Governor. S NOTICE Defendant TO DEFEND
TILE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
ROSA OWENS WILLIAMS, whose
place ot residence l and post office
address are unknown
You I are hereby notified that a
suit has been filed against you In
the above entitled cause; and you
KEEPHAYDON are hereby required to file your an-
!wlr.wlth the Clerk of this Court,
fh. serve. a copy thereof uponwhosJ
'' orplantlff"' attorney,
name and address II:
RICHARD O, WEINBERG
Weinstein Weinberg &

Weinstein 25 Orange Street
BURNS St. ,
not 1966.later tantiMay14th A. D.

S rnl'/'you tall' to to do- decree pro
lao.vWin be entered against
yoU / relief demanded In the
bill complaint.' The
natUre of
said suit being for

YOUR GOVERNOR WITNESS DIVORCEand seal '

said Court this 6th day of April
A. D. 1966.
E. A.
SMYTHE.
|P -id..BoM.cil MPtxtfef by, commd tam to ti'p HMO": Burn Covtrnof.],W. Slundi,Tf. jJ Clerk of said Circuit
Court.
Official! Seal)

By /S/Julla R. Harvey,
epu Clerk.
April 14. 21.28 and ay: 4tc.



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May 5, 1966 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE

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LEADERSHIP ROLEIN I where in the club. Sometimes it
is with office holding. Recognized II' I
4-H APPEALSTO ability in sewing, cooking, FLAVOR AGED
electrical or mechanical fendeav- I
TEENAGERSWith
ors, and in other areas such as CHDOKLEAN
so much competition to health and safety is needed. WINNERS
day for the leisure time of teen Adult volunteer 4.11 leaders I
agers, it is interesting that memo guide and encourage the young t. .IIQ" -'- ' bership in Florida 4-H Club people to be active in school and LAST WEEK'S STAMP ROAST Ib 49"OF

ofter lasts up to 9 years reports the community as well as in the
Woodrow Brown, State 4-H Club club. Participation in the 4-H I i DRAWING ARE POSTEDIN

Leader, Florida Agricultural Ex. program is entirely voluntary. I
tension Service. Boys and girls "enroll," and at THE STORE WINDOW CHUCK STEAK Ib. 5ge

Long continuous membershipmay the end of the club year their
be partly due to the flexibility contributions are evaluated by

of the informal, educational themselves, by the adult leader WESTERN LEAN PORK
4-H program. adults work. and by the county extension

ing with the youth who are be. staff. PORK ROAST* STEAKS lb.
tween 10 and 19 years old. About Right now there are more than
40 different projects or activities 1,200 Junior 4-H leaders in Flor

are open to 4-H members.The ida helping younger members Florida Grade "A" (Family Pkg.) THRIFTVVAY 65'W

Junior 4-H Leader pro. with their projects. All have CUT-UP (Fancy Sliced)
gram is one. Its purpose Is to de. "learned by doing" in the 4.11!

velop character, self-confldence, program. More are needed, says j BACON
FRYERS 5 lb. T .
and an understanding of young Brown. I Bag J;..
people and the importance of responsible '

citizenship. I CITRUS NECTAR CAPITAL (Links) SMOKED ARMOUR STAR ((12 oz.)
"Nobody is a born leader, I

said Brown. "Leadership has to NOW FLOWINGHoney SAUSAGE lb. 39" FRANKS 12..Oz 49
be learned, and it can be learn Pkg.
ed." He mentioned "skills" an"understanding" producers and packersmet

as prime requl recently at 4-H Camp Clover Florida Grade "A" Danny's( Home made)
sites. leaf to back the new citrus PURE PORK

The starting place can be any. crop under the Sunflower pro. STEWING

I gram. SAUSAGE lb. '
Citrus is the largest single HENS lb. 29 65'

nectar source for bees in the
WANT ADSListings state, according to John D. Hay. Guaranteed Good or Money BackWorlds

nie, apiculturist, Florida Agricultural Best (1007. Beef) Streak O'Lean


3 cents a under word this each heading insertion.are "The Extension bees are Service.very nervous GROUND BEEF 2-99' ""BACON lb. 59

75 cents is the minimum charge and cross as this excellent flow
stops and starts because of In.
bedroom, Florida
FOR SALE-3
clement weather. The beekeeperis
room, block house, kitchen turn likewise very nervous tryingto MAXWELL HOUSE (All Grinds)
Ished, air conditioner, corner
give all colonies sufficient
and Moore, Bunnell
Magnolia storage room for bees to store
city limits, walking distance of and ripen citrus nectar, largely lb.

school. $10,000.00. Phone 4373466. water," Haynle points out.

55.4tc The citrus honey crop prom 49

FOR SALE-New Sealy foam ises to increase with the ever-

double bed mattress $50. Curtis expanding plantings of citrus Tin

Mathes 18" TV, good condition, each year, Haynie said.
nice cabinet $60. 437.3257 Research in citrus products

May 5-ltp with honey is in progress and Limit (1) with $5.00 or more food order
looks very promising, Haynie
I LIKE TO FISH?-Come to Pelll reports. "The ripened product-
cer Fish Camp. Boats, bait, tackle citrus honey produced by the
camping and picnic area. citrus flower-Is gathered by FLO-CANE
Under new management. Rich. little Miss Bee and later added
ard and Wilda. 4-28-t 'by the biochemist to some citrus

REFRIGERATOR-Selling Hotpoint products," the specialistsays. 51b.

11 cu. ft. in excellent con .
dition. Deluxe brown finish. SUGAR 39
Florida cattlemen are adding
Phone 4373315. Apr. 28-2tc
10,000 miles of fencing each

SINGER sewing machines. New, I year at $500 per mile. I Bag

used, repairs. Call Bob French,
:MiTirn nv IU: 253.4541 Daytona collect. Notice la hereby given that the
East Flakier Mosquito Control Dls-. I Limit ((1)) with $5.00 or more food order
and lot list tract: Board of Oommlaaloners, Flaper
WANTED-Acreage i!;ach. Florida will accept
sealed bids at the office located 7
Ings In Flagler County. Key miles north of Flakier Beach 1'ler I Osage (Big 2 Viz Cans) Everfresh (Twin Pkg.)
Realty Associates, Inc., Charles on Highway AlA, up to and until
Trad, associate, 69 W. GranadaAve. 6:00 I 10:, 1966 o'clock, or P.postmarked M. on Tuesday prior May to (Rageety Ripe) POTATO

., Ormond Beach, Florida. hat equipment.date and time, for the following I PEACHES 2 Cans 58C CHIPS Pkg. 49e

March 24, 8tp 0\I3 (I) NKW TIIF.HMAI
AKII04OI. FlMi (a:\tHA'I'On
HOUSE FOR SALE-CBS con after Any 6:00:bid o'clock received 1*. M.or on presented Tuesday Monogram (Long Grain) Kraft 18 oz. (Bar-B-Q)
structIon, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, May 10, 1966 will be returned unopened 3lb. "" $00
to the bidder. RICE 39C SAUCE 3"
large Florida room, 2-car carport Sealed bids will ne at/ ameeting Bag
six (6)) lots, 2 air condl of the Mosquito ControlBoard
at the office at 5:01) P. M.
Lyke's 4 VIENNA
tloners, corner of Palmetto and on Wednesday, May llth 1966. No Bugs M'Lady Shelf oz.

Lambert. Phone 437.3215 after bidders Specifications may be and obtained Information by bona to PAPER Roll 39C SAUSAGE 5 Cans $1
4 p. m. Jan. 20 tf fide bidders upon request to Mr.
Lyman L. Gage P. O. Box: 4J. Flaw-
lear Beach or telephone No. 43920X8. -
FILL DIRT-call Martin Hardingfor Kraft 6 oz. (Salad) Hi-C 46 oz. (FLAVOR)
The Board the right to
reserves
fill dirt, top soil and shell. reject any and all bids and to Jar Cans
Phone 4373669. Jan. 13-TFC with waive or any without Informalities cause, In and/or bidding to, MUSTARD IOC DRINKS 3 89e

accept any bid. In whole or In
FOR SALE. LEASE. OR RENT- part, that In Its judgment Is the Canada 12 oz. Canned New 409
lowest and BEST bid In the interests
bedroom Florida room and of the District. For $ Each
carport beach house unfurnished. I CONTROL EAST FUAOLKn, DISTRICT MOSQUITO DRINKS 10 1 CLEANER 79C

Hurricane fence encloses George Moody Chairman.

back yard. Call 4373472. 2-10-tf iI i I v TUB rmrriT COURT 5Et'- Produce Frozen Foods DairyFresh
I F.XTII JIUKIAI. (rlllCtIT: IVAl
COZ's UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell, FLOIUDA.FOR l.\PLAKLKH('IU.\('fnY COfNTV NO., Crisp Fro Joy (Asst. Flavors) Kraft Qt. Glass Orange

Fla deliver Hwy.all 11 furniture, will pick free.up and For E.AilS W. LOWERY Plaintiff LETTUCE 25C Ice MILK g 14ge JUICE BQ tt. .35cr

.va-
sample material and prices on
MARY SUE LOWERY, Meadowbrook All Jersey
labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf Defendant. Juicy i (Delicious) Sealdsweet 6 oz. 1A
NOTICE TO AITKAHTUB
STATE OF FLORIDA TO: MILK Gal'4ge
LEMON. Cns
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain Mary Sue Lowery APPLESLb. 23
fields Installed; snail shelL Rea Chattanooga, Tennessee ADE 'y rVv pius Bottle Deposit
You are hereby notified that a
sonable prices. Call George Ja suit for divorce has been flied
against you In the above entitled
ID 7.3410 8.1-tfJOHNSTON'S
roz and
cause you are hereby requiredto
serve upon Plaintiff Attorney, Quantity Rights
hereon whose your name written and address defense appear I If WE GIVE Reserved
to the Bill of Complaint In said M E T TS #*#
suit, on or before the 28th day of
FLACLEB BEACH REALTY co. :'Iar'! be 968.entered else decree pro confesso PRICES GOOD
against you. TOP
LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT,
WITNESS my hand and seal of Thursday, Friday,
WATER FRONT, FARMS, aid Court this 26th day of April,
A. D. 1966.Official .
ACREAGESee ( Seal) B. A. 8MYTHE VALUE SUPER MARKET a Saturday
Clerk of said Court May 5,6
us for your real estate needs By Julia R. Harvey
Office Phone HE 9.2242 Deputy Clerk and
Residence Phones ID 7.3691 W.. O.L.Box Wad.worthP. : 896 I AMPS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. :201Thursday
unnell.. Florida Tel.
ID 7-3517
or Attorney for Plaintiff
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tend the Sunday School session Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune, $2.50 Yearly in AdvanceXXXtXXXX

business meeting. .

I J/ai/er&ch and illness of several membersthe ;.:$ +X+X+X&X: +:XX+:XX.:.:.:.:.::.:.:.:.:.:.:.::.:.:.:.:.:.;.

monthly fellowship supper

a was called off as well as the :: HART REFRIGERATION :
passing of Mrs. Mabel Sheeler .
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NEW WOMAN'S CLUB MRS. MABLE SHEELER II beginning at 9:45: and visit their ,4
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OFFICERS INSTALLED PASSED AWAY children's classes. Due to the ::: ANDELECTRIC :::
Twenty-three members and I
I II Mrs. Mable Etta Sheeler died I
four guests attended the Installation MOTHER OF MRS.
luncheon of the FlaglerWoman's at hore home here Sunday. HUTCHINSON ::: SERVICE :::
morning following a lengthily
l ,
Club last Wednesday
I I illness. She was 57 years of age. PASSES AWAYMrs. I 4
i at the Party House In Sea .
She was born in Phoenixville, $ Bunnell Fla. Box 253 A Rl :.:
breeze. Leona G. McBee of St. :: ,
Pa., and moved here 12
years Augustine, mother of Mrs. Lillian : Phone 437-3698 .
Mrs. Richard Collins, past dis :,: ':
tract six director of the FFWC ago.Survivors Hutchinson of Flagler ,

did the honors. She used the"key" include her husband,, Beach, passed away suddenly ..:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.;:*i.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::.:.:.:.:.::.:.:.::.:.:.:.
Lester; one son, Bryce, Flagler April 16.Funeral.
theme and used plastic
'Beach; one daughter, Mrs. Joan
services were held in
tied with colored ribbon
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denoting the responsibilities of 'I Larson, Daytona Beach; three Evergreen Cemetery in St. Aug. -FII"Y
brothers Sauel, William and
ustine.
the following officers: Green, BUDDY KNOX
David, all of Pennsylvania; one
Survivors included her hus
Treasurer, Mrs. R. K. Hirst; yellow
Corresponding Sec., Mrs.E. sisiter, Mrs. Ruth Algea of band, Arthur McBee of St. Augustine YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER

P. Fleurie, who being absent Pennsylvania. ; 1 daughter, Mrs. Lillian Bunnell Atlantic Service Station
Graveside service was held
was proxied by Mrs. Charles Hutchinson, Flagler Beach; one
Sindelar; Gold, Recording Secretary this morning at 11 at Shady Rest sister, Mrs. Ray Thompson of Day Phone 437-3652

Mrs. Edward A. Kruger; Cemetery. Rev. Robert Dickert, St. Augustine. Also surviving are U. S. Highway 1 (JJfljj)
Night Ph. 43? 3944
lof Community Memorial Church, >
2 grand children, Faye and
Red, Second Vice Pres., Mrs. V.
offiiciated. Robert L. Hannah
W. Haines; Blue, First Vice Wayne Hutchinson of Flagler REPAIR, REBUILD GENERATORS, STARTERSAND
I I was in charge.
Pres., Mrs. Jasper White and Beach. CARBURETORS
Purple, President, Miss Emily I Craig was in charge of ar
Mrs. Bessie Thiel and Mrs. rangements.CARD. 24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service
Gage. Peggy Wells wish to thank the
Miss Gage thanked those pres. I II
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following for their assistance in OF THANKS
ent for their cooperation duringthe
the successful Cancer Drive in
Our recent sad loss of our
past club year and for their .
faith in her to reelect her as Flagler Beach: loved one, Mrs. Leona McBee,
Marde Brede, Flossie Haines, leaves us with grateful hearts
President for the new year. Cor CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
I Alice Lovel, Hazel GivIns, Florence toward neighbors and friends.
sages worn by the officers, Mrs.
Colling and the Life members,I I Seale, Ann Batten, Emily Their comforting expressions of H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
Mrs. Myrtle Streeter and Mrs. Bondy, Sara Matrell, Shirley sympathy and thoughtfulnesswill
Mae Hendren, were made by I j i Blanton, Marietta Missinne, and always be remembered. JOHN CAPO. Manager
I I Edith Tidwell.
Mrs. Sindelar. Arthur McBee AIR OXYGEN
A brief of the I I Mrs. Lillian HutchensonMrs. LADY
resume recently
wONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
JOHN MICHAEL HALL .
Ray Thompson.
held convention in Lakeland II ATTENDANT
I and Mrs. Max AMBULANCES
Hirst Rev. Hall announce
was given by Mrs. Executive
their the arrival of an eight President Abraham Lincoln's
Board members gave Phone ID 7-3532
bit of pound twelve ounce son who was hat served him
yearly report and a good II stovepipe as a
news was reported by Mrs. Kru I born May 3, at the Halifax Hospital spare office. He carried important 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA .

ger, Legislative chairman when in Daytona Beach. He has papers in the hat's crown.
been given the name of John ..
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ceived additional Informationconcerning I Michael. !
the request to the
postal department for a 75th 1 SUNDAY MORNING

commemorative stamp for the .I SERVICE AT

GFWC. There would be such a FIRST BAPTIST a' 1 1J
stamp on the market in the Rev. Max Hall said today his !

very near future. The first communication 'sermon topic at the Sunday
was that there were I morning service at the First

so many requests ahead it would I Baptist Church will be "Is The
be impossible.A I Christian Home Out of Date?" I II I

vote of thanks was given I
for Mrs. Harold Massie for COMMUNITY MEMORIAL
ar'l I
ranging the luncheon and to CHURCH NEWS

owners and help of the Party I I I On Mother's Day next Sunday r'4
House for the delicious menu. !the theme of Rev. R. W. Dickert's t'42k

Miss Gage announced there I sermon will be "The Scarlet V ,.
would be a meeting Wed., May Chord of the Family Life" at the
11th, 2 p. m. when new chairmen I morning service beginning at 11
would be and 1 117r EVERYBODY LOVES
announced o'clock at the Community Memorial
plans for the summer months I I Church. A special invita ,

ahead would be decided. .tion is given to all mothers to at- Y it. ElectricGifts '"':
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and their thoughtful givers!

Do you know Gift-giving occasion coming up? Mother. ..Dad...Bride...Grad...

what month Birthday.. .Anniversary..By all means, Give Better, Electrically!

this Is? It's easy to select electric gifts. For gracious entertaining. For patio :

cook-outs. For personal grooming. For more fun and leisure. No size,

O color, or pattern problems. Electrical appliances are modern, beauti-

fully designed, and long-lasting. Bigger values than ever, too. ""

For that really special occasion,how about a big surprise. like an ..

MAY IS NATIONAL TAVERN MONTH lifetime electric dishwasher of LOVE!, or clothes dryer,or new flameless range. with a

This is National Tavern Month-the time whenAmerica's
Do a bit of browsing in your favorite store now!
brewers pay special tribute to the '

friendly folk who serve the friendly brew. So why

not stop by your favorite tavern, enjoy the great THEFJE-S 10 MAtCKfOFltr

refreshing flavor of a nice cool beer, and mention ]

casually to the tavern-keeper that you're glad cm*nn, root

he's there. We are. -cs

INC.tl::\ FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, HELPING BUILD FtOHIDAAGE
P.0. BOX 273.WINTER PARK.FLORIDA


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Miss Ruth Ann Trojan becamethe a floor length gown of powder
bride of Mr. James William blue peau de sole with a match 46 oz. Can
Condry in an impressive ceremony ing Dior bows and they carried FRUIT
at The Chapel-By-The-Sea, yellow and white daisies. The DRINKS 3 For 89* Joe Crain's Fresh Fla. Grade "A"

Newport, Rhode Island, April 23. flower girl wore a light blue SMALL
The bride is the daughter of peau de sole gown with an over
Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Trojan of skirt of white organza and car MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE EGGS
Newport. She is the grand ried an old fashioned bouquet.The .
daughter of Mrs. Lillian Trojanof bride is employed in the Z Doz. 7ge
Korona and the late Barney telephone company business of
Trojan. fice. The groom is employed in
The bridegroom is the son of I the Raytheon Co. 1'ft: ; 47c
Mrs. Janet Condry and the late Following a honeymoon trip i MIX OR MATCH
James W. Condry of Newport, to Canada they will reside at 20 Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Rhode Island. Pennacook Street, Newport. I Kraft GRAPE, BLACKBERRY, DAMSON
The bride, given In marriageby PLUM JELLY, PEACH AND BLACK-
her father, was attired in a Recent news from the Jimmy BERRY PRESERVES.
gown of Imported English heirloom i Babbitt family, who are stationed DIXIE CRYSTAL
lace etched in Italian beading in Iceland with the U. S. 10 Oz. Jar
and appliqued on heirloomnet Navy, tells of a short leave
SUGAR For $ fashioned with a portrait spent in Germany. While there I 4
neckline, fitted empire bodice they had the opportunity of visIting .
'lb.
and short appliqued sleeves. A with Mrs. Babbitt's brother 5 37c Jif 12 oz. Jar
detachable Regency train of silk who is stationed there. Mr. Babbitt I Bag PEANUT Each
illusion draped from back of Empire is the son of Arthur Babbittof BUTTER 39e
Limit 1 with $5.00 food
or more order
waist. She wore a tiered Flagler Beach and holds the
veil of imported silk illusion (rank of Lt. Com. in the Navy. FROZEN FOODS -
fastened to a miniature crownof
filigreed pearls. Her flowers Visitors at the home of Mr. FRESH PRODUCE Mr. G. Frozen 10 oz. Pkg.
was a cascade of white sweetheart and Mrs. C. A. Riddell Sunday'
roses, orchids and stepen- included her son, Joy Sisco of II Local FRENCH FRIESElchSTRING tOe
otic. Jacksonville and her son In law "' >.
BEANS
Bridesmaids were Lorna Du- and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. I9C
phiney of North Smithfield, R. I.; Magee of Flagler Beach.
U. S. No. 1 CRISCO
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Mrs. Donald Ashton of Huntsville -
Ala., and sister of the Stanley Bower is spending a TOMATOESCrisp Ibs.'
groom Mrs. Joseph Reynolds, pre mothers day visit with his Z 4ge d
and Miss Jean Sullivan. Junior maternal grandm'ther, Mrs. Nora 3 Lb. 58 Y
bridesmaids were Karen Condry, Stone in Seymore, Iowa. Mr. Tin
nelce of the groom. Bower is co-owner of the Parrot LETTUCE Head 1ge Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Best man was the groom's I Village on North AlA.
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brother, Daniel Condry. Ushers ,
were Barry O'Nell, Walter Mon- Buddy Barrow of Tyndall Air ""
roe, Alfred Silvia, Demund Force Base in Panama City, Is 5OFIHOO
Roche, Jr., John McCarthy and home on a five day leave with Nrcr.nb 50 1&1with
and Mrs.
Robert Moore. his parents, Mr.
Gowns of the attendants were Claude Barrow.
coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase

of BROOM of $2.00 or More from (1) Pkg. of 4

.Alenfion9rom jocrJ OR MOP HAIR CARE RACK LIGHT BULBS

Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon void after

Monday, May 9, 1966 Monday, May 9, 1966 Monday, May 9, 1966
PROM CORSAGES .


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Special New Materials-Individual ORCHIDS Designs itll kIIIllIlIIIIUU1T1TuI



Blact t'j tower Stop Phone 437-3227
OPEN SUNDAYS
U.s. No. 1 BUNNELL
North Forsyth Bunnell 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

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i I'II AGE SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, May 5, 1966

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I i, Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune, $2.50 Yearly in AdvanceVAHiWVWVVVUWUVWVVW I JOHB Lot 4 PAItK blk 25 .................. Griffin Walter P ........ 2.83

"'- . .. .. .. .. .. """ Lot 48AKTKSIA....................'......... Sherlnger, Ralph & Ida 8.99
Late . . ..I . St'U 40 10 31

.' Too Lot 6 blk 9 ...................... Johnson Lillian ..._...... 4.87
i FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT \\ Lot 4 blk 9 ...................... Dompe A. G. & Phyllis 2.82
FIKST ADDITION TO AUTESIA

Lot 3 blk 15 .................. Smith Joel D & Phyl
To Classify lis ...._............................?... 5.47
AMBULANCE ji : !SECOND ADDITION TO ARTESIA

I Lot 4 blk 12 ...-............ Padgett. Oveda .............. 41.95
ISI Russell Ear i PHONE VAlley 4 1625 jj 'SKASIDH! HANOI 26 11 31
I SERVICE South 2V4 acres of lot
10 except or bk 12 pg

Considering the numerous an- j ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA ;! I 14 ......................?................28 11 31 1.00 Varn Claude G. & Mary ,

Belle ............ 4.62
tl-American demonstrations, the I Never be hesitant about calling a' Garda Ambulance. We | South 1V4 acres of lot
j 10 ............................._..... 1.50 Creal. Charles & Wads-
irresponsible \
draft card and flag burnings, JJi are always at your sendee with promptness, safety "andS worth W. L. Trustee. 5.05
rioting, disrespect Part of Gov't lot 7 not
experience. Included In Sunrise
for law and order evidenced by I Beach Sub bk 48 pg

and others It is 5 352 except bk 67 pg
student groups Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator 435 33 11 31 3.77 England Minnie ........... 5.63
refreshing .and most gratifying Part o'f"Govt""lof"7'"o"rbk

:! 9 pg 258 .................. 35 11 S1 0.08 Forsyth D. P. Jr. _........ 13.71
Garcia Funeral HomeP. SUNRISE EACH 38 11 S1
I proAmerican Lot 11 except R/W AlA

I E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral Director blk 2 .............................. Llndsey W. H .............._ 5.47
recently several Part of Gov't lot 1 or

In Tampa I bk 9 pg 258 ....?...__.... 38 11 It 0.03 Forsyth D. P. Jr ........... 1.76
thousand students staged a pro. LADY ASSISTANT COM COAST MUD 1 12 st
Chamberlain Lots 5 thru 12 except
American rally at It/W AlA blk 3 ..... Lalng John & Margaret -

High School. The rally was organized ._.._...?_.___... 14.91
I NOTICENotice Lots 5 to 20 Inclusive

by a group of teenagersin blk 8 .....................?....... Lalng, John & Margaret -

who feel _.. ,.._. _. 30.79
the West Coast area 1 Is hereby sfInolhfo on the i'a1Y: of June 1966 at Bunnell. Blks 11-12.13.14 ...._.._.. Lalng, ""John" &" MarCOCHitAN -

that too much emphasis has County of Flagler a. will be sold garet ..._...."......_"........ 27.10
of the following described lands to pay the amount due for taxes PLACE SUIT 1 12 31
been placed On the demonstrations herein set opposite the same together with all cost of such sale and Lots 5-6 blk 2 ................ Gearhardt. Kurt A &

all advertising: Katherine .. .
minority 67.28
of irresponsible DALE B. BROWN Tax Collector Flagler County Florida Lot I 5 blk 6 ...... Johns, Theo & Helen? ?.. 8.99:
Lot 15 :JkN'V{ _.. Thompklns George M. 74.92
groups. Wtt of SW% & SWU NWu4 ,4 & EH
The movement organized by of NW'/ ......................_ 19 11 28 120 Tllton W. M. & Pauline 28.29 of SWU of NWU exJ.lan8 -
W4 SEVi & SW% ofNEV4 Included In
Jim Sheppart Chamberlain student ................ ....-..-.... 29 11 29 520 Peterson F. }[. .............. 121.09 & except
Youth For ST.' JOHNS DEVELOPMENT COMPANY SUB 13 12: 29 the south 1170' & ex-
Is termed "The Tr 1 Blk 15 ........._........... 20 12 29 10 Knapp George Jr. ..._... 3.00 cept part of DaytonaAve
America Movement," designed to ST' JOHNS DRY CO SUD..3Z 12 29 as shown In Pe
8ft tr 1 & tr 3 Blk 6 .... 36 12 29 20 Copperamlth .............._.... 5.23 tersons Sub 1 12 31 31.55 Lajng:, John & Mar
demonstrate to the world that to.day's Tr 3 Blk 15 ...................... 3 U 29 20 Nott R. W. & Vertle .... 5.23 ret _...._.............:.:__..a..- 3.00
youth does care about Tr 1 blk 16 ..........._......... 3 13 29 20 Nott R.W. & Vertle ...... 5.23 Part of EJ of SWK of
Ul"PONT HY A LAND COMPANY is is 29 NWV4 b : 34 247 .. 1 12 31
America and to reassure the nation SE% .................................... 32 IS 29 160 Thlgpln Wlnnlfred & pg 4.0 Lalng., John & Marga
Jones. Nellie .....?........... 37.28 MODEL LAND CO SUBPart 1 12 31 ret .. ...............?.......?..-.... 2.60
that the bulk of our teenagers LAKE DISTON PARK Mull 0 14 29 of NE% of NE%

are aware of their responsibilities Lot 3 blk 2 ..._........_....... Rltts E. II. & Ruby 1.13McQI'EENS east of canal being
!! I'AHK SUIT 9 129 US-SA 3086 ._ 2 12 31'' 5.35

as citizens and dedicated Lot 22 blk 2 ................... 9 14 29 Strickland R. L & Dorothy ret Lalng.......John............&......Marga...._........ 5.63
which ..............................._... 3.60 MIDWAY PAHK 8 12 31
to the principles upon NEU of SW& except Lots 78MOODY ............................ ..Moore, J. C. & Kathleen 1.69
was founded.In Book page 182 & SUU 12 12 31
their country
& SE 47 of SW% ...... 16 10 30 79 O'Byrne T. F. & Mary 19.92 West 30' lot 8 & all lot

addition to a large Tampa SEV of NW% & 8WU 10 blk 2 ..........._..._....... Henry, Roger V. et al 71.40
hundreds of youngsterscame of NW34 & SW% ofNEy4 Lots 9-10 blk 6
I group, .. ... 16 18 g 120 Jarvis, Eugene ."'. .... ... 28.89 Lot 26 blk 24 ..:::::::::::: Cowan.Sostee.: Pratt Joseph...I '"::::::::: 120.24
from Lakeland 'and other : ::::::::: ; j : Lot 4.87
NW/4 Lots 3 blk 013............. ,.i Lyon Mollie N. ............ 37.84
America" 7 thru & parcel
areas where "Youth for Lots 8-9 Blk 19 .............. Ma reel la. Melllssa ......_ 1.13 described In bk 66 pg
projects are underway.The NVk of NEV4 ...............-. 27 11 30 80 O'Byrne T. F. A Mary 18.72 309 blk 49 ....-..?......... Alexander Lumber Co. 67.88
IIAXLKY SUBDIVISION 31 11 30 VENICE PARK SUB
rally was organized, Lot 30 ........*..............-.. Baxley Catherine ........ 11.97 I Or bk 13 pg 427 blk 1.. 12 12 31 0.20 Fonda Charles
by the Lot 25 .......................___ Jackson James & Vir AMENDED Sill VENICE PARK 12 12 31Johns. M & Sue 4.05
and
planned sponsored : .. ". 2.29 : Lot 14 blk 68 ................ Theo &
students themselves, it attractedthe Lot 24 ..............._....._....... Charles Creel ::::::::...... 10.11: I Lot 16 blk 68 ................ Holden Paul & Helen. 87.28
Lot 5 ........................__... Thomas. I'earl Lee ...... 15.72 Lot 22 blk I 68 ...?. Taylor E. ...Stella. 91.40
approval and support of Lot 28 ..._................_........ Robinson Sylvester _.. 19.46 Lots 6-7 blk 83 :::::::::::: Taylor l E.: V.V.: ...:::::::::::: 4.87:
and brought mes Lot 18 ..............._..........._. Mid-State Homes .......... 23.20 OCEAN CITY 12 12 31 13.11
many adults Lot 6 ................_................ Steward Rufus Jr. & Lot 2 blk B...................... Kressly Eva ..................
of commendation from Christine .......................... 18.19 PALM' HAIUIOIl 4.87
sages Lot 17 "........' "'...."'.........' Brown Willis. Jr ....-.. 17.59 All frac section except 12 12 31
Gov. Haydon Burns, Sen. Spes- Part of NW% of NE% bk 1 pg 224 & M-S-A

sard Holland and Representative or Book 1, page 120 3103' & except part
Book 1
except or southwesterly o f
Sam Gibbons. page 122 & except or southwesterly boundary
\ book 8 page 254 ........ 31 11 30 1.65 Hannah. Mark & Nat of canal R/W 24 12 31
enthusiastic crowd 9 Wood E. L. Trustee ....
'I \ It was an alie ........._......................... 7.49 NH tr' 9 blk A.............._ 32 12 31 10 Mlkulka Joseph ............ 3.00 6.56
: that witnessed the hour long K\OX JONES! !MUD OK ANOLA.II..II..IO! : Kl Ql AY Sill: 18' 12 32

I Lot 2 blk K ...................... 31 11 30 Favors Hugh .................. 23.20 Lot 1 except R/W SR
program of patriotic speeches, Lot 2 blk K ...............?..... Butler James & Minnie 12.57 AlA blk 1 .................... Zilch W. J. ok Gladys. 79.04
and skits. It was purposely Lot 3 blk E ....._............. Jones F. .......................... 1.32 Lot 8 blk 5 .....?....... Kessly, .. ......... _
parade Lot 6 blk E...................... Wilson Z. W. & Rosa 23.20 Lots 23.24 bik 39' ::::::: Decker. rol. & alary' 7tn
held on the 25th anniversary Lot Olddens Florence 13.81 Lots 23.24 blk 12 ...._.
establishment of Lot f3l'k"::::::::::::::: Toner, Helen M ..:::::::::: 1.69: Lots 1-2 blk 16 ............ Lindsey Nowickl Z.Monroe H. & Zefia& 4.81

of the KJNOV .I0.\i 31 11 30 Shirley............................. 4.45
MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa Lot blk F Thomas, Richard, Jr ........ 3.56 Lot 23 blk 20 ...._............ Fuquay D. E. 8.99
Lot : blk F ..::::::::::::::::::. Butler, James & Minnie 12.57 Lots 31-32 blk 28 .......... Krelsly, Eva .................. 8.99
and speakers presented proclamations E'i of Nay of NW% .... 32 11 30 40 Herda. W. M. A Lucy. 10.73 Lots 1.2.3 blk 29 ..._.. Long Waudelle T ...... 66.68
studentsfor XT JOHN DEV Sill! : Lots 1-2 blk 33 .............. I'recht, K. J. .................. 2.82
honoring the Tr 1 blk 15 ...................... 6 12 30 10 Drought Gladys & Dor- Part of W% or bk 7Plrs
their worth while movementand orthy 3.60 527.528 ................_......... 19 12 32 51.427 Wood Edmond L. trus9iOtNINGMIUE .

Tr 2 blk 1 ........................ 9 12 30 20 Klagler Cattle Buyers tee ................
its 25th anniver ...................... 21.52
MacDill on Assoc ...... ......................... 61.22 : : Sl'lI ID 1:1: 32
ItrNNKLL DKV CO SUB: 0 12 30 Lot 1 blk I 6 ...................... ..
Wilson A. F. .............. 1.78
sary. ........... .... ..... 10
Tr 6 blk C .. McLeod Gurley & Shel- Lot 3 blk 8 .................._ Weaver Y. C. ok Geral-

The Chamberlain Band and a ba ........... 3.60 dine .................................... 3.42
TOWN OF IIUNNELLLots Lot 7 hlk 9 ..............._... Gardinier George ok
team of cheerleaders livened up 4-5-6-7-8 blk 83 .. Kobylarsk, Elizabeth. 86.82

affair while MacDill color Lots 3-4 blk 91 ............. Smith. Mattie .........._. 23.20 Lot 8 blk 9 ...................... Josephine Iiord. S. R. "&;" Doria' -:::: 4.45 3.85
the a Lots 1-2 blk 92 ............ Wilson Roosevelt 2.62 Lots 1)-6 blk 16 ...._.._.
lardinier G.
E. & Jose-
I guard and drill team participated Nil lots 1-2 blk 93 ...... Murray Mercedes ........ 8.24 phine .................................. 3.42
Lots 4-9-10-11 blk 98 .. McKenzie W. H. Estate 11.97 Dlklll 17 thru 26 ok blk

I and were reviewed by Lots 1-2-3-12 blk 98 .... McKenzie W. H. Estate 30.69 32 all .............................. Wood Edmond L. trus-

Brig. Gen. Frank J. Collins. Lots 1-10-11-12 blk 124 King eIfho! ..i......_... 19.36Lots tee .................._.................. 30.79
5-6 blk 124 ......_.-. & Peggy 101111" !MUII ID 12: 32
The youngsters adopted the .fc. 120.49 Lot 31: blk 1 .................... Alexander Lumber Co 66.68
to be Lot 3 blk 129 ............__ Parramore Mae 6.37 Lot a8 blk 2 .................. lionton it. E. & Elizabeth
slogan, "Yes, I am proud Lot 2 blk 130 .................. White Sam 6.37 ..:.....:....:..................: 5.47
an American" and it was heart. Lot 7, blk 131 ...?.........- Hubbert Eatem 6.37 .'T'XT.111 !iii'll 19 12: 32:
Lots 11-12:! blk 160 ..... Hymon Willie & Rosa Lots 14.15-16 blk 1........
Pal Parker ....._............... 25.48
warming to hear it yelled aloud Lce ..................................? 27.55 Lots 16 thru 20 blk 4 .. J.'lagler Hev Co .
of enthusiastic Lot 7 blk 161 ................ I'ouncy F. J. & Elizabeth Lots 21 thru 24 blk 4 .. It'lagler Co Dev Corp. 33.71
by thousands .<........... 23.80 South 38' of lot U & all Corp 8.93
youngsters who cheered and Lot 10 blk 165 ....?.......... Thomas. Chester- RoEzell. lots 25.26.27-28 blk Ii Flagler Co Dev .
sa ........................?.............. 3.22 Lots 16 thru 20 blk 6 .. Flagler Co Dev Corp Corp. 31.6B 34.31
sang throughout the program.It R/W US Lots 13-16 & 21 thru

I from the wild l.o1tlkt'xr6ft.........*....-.... Italian .................. 20.06 26 blk 6 ................?...... Fla.gler Dev Co 44.62
was a far cry Lot 2 blk 168 .....?......... Kennedy Mary............. 19.46 Lots 131521.22 blk 11 Jo'IIlKler Co Dev Corp Corp. 4.81
riots, draft card burning, police Part lot 11 bk 27 pg I 60 Lots 16 thru 20 blk 11 Flagler Co Dev Corp. 5.U
except R/W US & WAIUUJX J'AUK ESTATES

t baiting, and mob violence that except or bk 4 pg 570 Lots ..3tlkbkE Ilodian John ..... ........... 1.13
blk 173 ... ... .".......- Dale H. A. & Annie .. 204.62 fart of 5'S""p'g -
t has been staged In other areas Lots 9-10-11-12: : blk 199 Sheffield, U S.: Jr ...... M.97 285 blk D ................_.... 4 13 31 0.13 Baker Pauline .........?... 27.55
and impressive evidence Frac lots 4-5-6-7 blk TOWN 0. 'AVOIUTTA 1 13 31
gave 261 .................................. Florida Planters .......... 8.84 SK of NEy4
y that the bulk of American youth Frac lots 9-10 blk 265 Smith Grover C & Min NE3, of Ec:1: of NEk 17 13 31' 30 Prestige Builders Inc 8.09

such activities nie .........._........................ 1.73
Is as concerned over
IIINNKM. InJ0 Kirn
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t as are adults and all right. The north 85.0' of parcel NOTICENotice
described In or
t thinking Americans.It bk 6 pg 29 blk B .... 14 12 30 0.24 Hall Oscar Jr ............... 4.76
is the hope of those who or. LAKE TKHHACE SU1I 14 12 30 Is hereby given that the following described lands or so
Lots 1-2-3-9-10 except | much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes
'I ganized the movement that it R/W US Highway No. herein set opposite same, together with o and advertising -

F similar activity in 1 blk K .......................... Decker Chlols D. & I will be sold at public auction on teoflfclal t June
will trigger Marlyn ............................. 96.09 at the otnce of the City Tax Collector In the Civic enter Building,
r other communities. It certainly LINCOLN HKIGHTS sm 11 12 30 beginning at 10:00 o'clock A. M., In the City of Bunnell Flagler Coun
Lot 4 blk 4 Daniels Diddle ft al.. 11.97 ty. Florida..
would if press, radio and TV Lots 2-3 blk 5 .. Warren, Lula Theresa
effort the same Osborne ..............._......... 12.57 Lot 9. block 89 ......... ..........._.._...... B & P, Inc. _.............-............. 2.45
would give the lll'NNELL: DKV ('0 Sl'll IS 12 30 Lots 3-4. block 91 ................_........._ Standard Homes Inc. ...... 19.10
and publicity they Part of tr 27 or bk 14 Lots 6-6. block 91 ................._._.... Gladys Deen _..................... 19.10
coverage Pj( 356 blk C.............. 15 13 30 1.0 Wlmberly. James R. .. 12.57 Lots 12. block 92 ..............._.._..._ Roosevelt Wilson ................ 3.66
the bloody street fights, .. N 4 lots ..... Nestle Beal
given III \ \IIoJI. HOMK31TKS IS 13 30 3.38
tsl.zi.lbl.ooa
card burnings that Lot 24 blk 1 ...... Pallvada. Adam ...__.... .94 \/H 93 ::::::::::: Hazel Emanuel:::::::::::=:::::::: 4.98
looting and Lot 14 blk 4 Underwood Joe & Annie NEB lots 1112. block 93 .._.......... Eliza Davis .............??........... 6.20
have occured elsewhere.The ......._.._._...____ 1.5.JlCNNI1L. Lots 1-2-3-4-9.10-11-12 block 98 .... W. H. McKenzie Estate .... 20.95
Lots 1-10-11-12 block 124 .....?......... Riley King ..... _.............. 8.00
f Associated Press, Time, ., DKV CO !Sfll 22 12 30 Lots 56. block 124 ................_........ Thomas 8. & Peggy??? Haynes 46.85
Part of KV tr 3 bk 47 Lots block 125 .......................... L
Newsweek, Life, NBC, CBS and pg 69 trB12............... 2.16 Pallvada. Adam ..........- 5.09 Lot 7,7-8l 161 ................................. W.Flnner C. A J.Mary& Elizabeth Smith PouncY 19.10

ABC might find reporting fully Tr1 tr 10 NV4 tr&6 east N\i .........................._........... 19.70

I refreshing movement and of IfaUko A .. .. ? 23 12 30 50 Morin Phil J ..._........... 13.17 Lot 11 less frac. block 173 ......... H. A. & Anna Dale ..._...._ 117.89
this TOWN 0..' Dl"I'ONT Lots 5-6-7-8. block 199 ...._......._ L. S. & Alma Sheffield ...... 85.35
commending It as very much Lot Marion Phil J .. .94 Lots 9-10-11-12. block 199 ...... I.. S. Jr. A Alma Sheffield 8.00
i Lots 71 .1.1'bk"'j i"::::::: Marlon.I : Phil :J ......:=: :.94 Lots 5-6-7-8, block 202 ...... :=:= Ralph E. Harbert .... .. ....... 4.10:
worth while for other communities Lots 9-10 blk 124 ".-..... Marlon. Phil JDUTONT ..........-... .94 Lot 7. frac. block 261 -..?.._Sub. Unknown .... .._...... 1.63
this lacked ST JOHNS DK CO SL'II 30 J2 30 Lots t5r 'N. Keystone Heights Clarence L. &Ruth Parrish 2.45
I but since rally Tr 1 blk 11 .................... 31 11 30 10 Benton Mable KA ........ 3.00 Part 3-6 block C, 11 12 30.:
the bloody heads, burned automobiles : UAILWAYs LAND CO Sill 19 13 30 ? Lots Bk 1-2-3-9-10 64 Pg 181 except..R/W......-.?.US...?1.., Carl & Charlotte Bratcher 17.45

wild rampant disrespect I % of a\4 of fiE%, ....? 31 11 10 40 Kout H. H. Trustee .... 28.82 of lots 1-2-3. block K. Lake Terrace

thatit JOHNSON IIKACH 20 18 :U iSUl .....-....___..__..._I Chlols D. A Marlyn Decker 79.50
for America and all blk 3 .. Larue. & Mary 1.57
ll\ blk 7 ==: Cosma. Y.o'.e. 1.67: Lots .3blJ c 2, Lincoln Eta Sub Ed 4- Lucy London ." 3.38
stands for, rule it too tame Oov't lots 3-4-5 ._. U 10 11 131 Harris Tobathls""pierce Lot 4, 4, Lincoln fits Sub. Rufus Daniels A Blddle.. Ver-

and uninteresting to 'appeal to Estate ...-................. ..... 116.22IIERNANDEZ line Gwendolyn & Joyce
CHANT 40 12 31 Daniels "'_'__ 6.43
their readers and listeners. Personally Bk 40 pg 39 1.99 White J.H. Lot 9. block 4. Lincoln Hts. Sub. Gladys Mills 3.38
Bk 68 PIT 331 ... 5.79: Dompe, A. G. ;;Phyllis i IUD : Lot 1i, block 4: Bunnell Homealtes Joseph A Annie Underwood 6.23:
Americans
I think most Pg 477 bk 80 Tracts 23-24. block C, .. 14 12 30 H. E. Olson( Elmer W. &

would welcome such i7 45 except bk 65 Zelma E. Olson ... 8
today 3.55 Glass T. R. Estate ...... 26.68 Part tract 27, block C 15 13 30 James R. Wlmberly '?:::::.:.. 1U
NEWS. MAGNOLIA MANOR 4e It 31 Mrs. Nancy C. Rodgers, City Tax Collector, City of Bunnell Florida




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May 5, 1966 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
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Are You ObsoleteJob technological obsolescence include For example, he said that ob his animals do not produce efficiently 1 The Yukon Territory, home of
all areas of medicine, solescence In the veterinarian
I because of outdated I Dangerous Dan McGrew, is the
Wise? science and engineering.Dr. shows up In three ways. First practices. As a result, he's unable coldest spot In Canada, the National
George T. Edds chairmanof I the doctor becomes obsolete because to compete with other mar Geographic says. The
Keeping up-to-date isn't an the Department of Veterinary he doesn't keep up with kets. weather station at Snag once
easy job these days-especially Science at the University of Flor- the new ideas and techniques The housewife, on the other recorded 81 degrees below zero.
,when It comes to your job.If da, says veterinarians find coming into practice each day. hand, may suffer when buying
you find yourself falling into they're In the same boat as He also becomes obsolete because her family's food because these y
this slot don't worry you'renot many physicians. They're unable of :the changes taking same outdated practices of animal O. F. ALTORD
to cope with the new information place in undergraduate veterinary
the only one. What's hap. production directly effect Registered
pening' is you're becoming "tech in their fields simply programs. Lastly, he becomes the purchasing power of her
nologically obsolete." because there's too much of it technologically obsolete food dollar.Dr. Real Estate Broker
and not enough time to absorb because the profession Itself has I
This means that you're not Edds says preventing these t Bunnell Florida
changed in and
programs
scope
able to stay abreast of the store it. problems means continuallyone's .
of interest.
areas
of technical knowledge being Dr. Edds, who presided overa I education. He noted that v J" -- _
developed each day. session of the 9th Annual The producer 'and consumer the Florida veterinary medical PETERSON
The problem will get worse Florida Conference for Veterinarians also suffer, according to the UF profession is handling this task I TEXACO
unless 'continuing education" is last week in Gainesville, scientist, when veterinarians"fail I through monthly refresher I SERVICE
set up for the American working termed the qualifications of to to keep up-to-date" in the courses and a major annual con ROAD SERVICE I
force needing it the most. day's veterinarian as "perish field. I ference like the one held in Light Mechanic Work
Professions hardest hit by this able commodities. The producer loses out when Gainesville last week. I Phone""' I 437.3441--_ -unnaU_




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t i PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, May 5, 1966

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Bunnell Methodist been done. The carbon tet is container right back on the shelf.
Persons Warned I
'I taken into the lungs to the blood r

ChurchRev. stream and deposited in the fatty i i
In Use of CarbonTetrachloride
tissues of the body, primarilythe

Oliver F. Taylor. PastorMOTHER'S brain and liver. A stricken I
BROWN & BROWN INC.
person may become dizzy, naus-
DAY
eated, jaundiced and begin to
its widespread use,
Despite
Mothers have a unique placein few persons realize the extreme cough. In severe cases the kid I I INSURANCEOUR

our social structures, and hazard of carbon tetrachloride. neys stop functioning entirely.
to This is the cause of death in
in helping
dramatic place of the
However, carbon tet is one
shape the lives of their children most toxic household substances about 90 percent of the carbontet I PHONE NUMBER IS

Patience and love exemplify the known. fatall'ties.'

character of an understanding, For many years labels on carbon I 437-3394
According to County Agent
moher. tet carried no warning of its
Don Jordan, carbon tetrachloride I
Mothers face many problems available toxicity. Since 1962 that has
is a common, readily
as their children grow and develop household chemical. It is an effective been changed by a federal hazardous
Into maturity. Mothers substances labeling law.
solvent of oil, grease and
kiss away the hurt on their The carbon tet container now
find it excel
thus users
waxes
child's hand, soothe the pains: ; on bears the words "danger, poison, 24 HourWrecker
lent for removing spots
of growth in the teenager as may be fatal if Inhaled or swal- Service
clothing, cleaning upholstery,
f they develop, and hold the esteem lowed," and the skull and cross-
degreasing stoves and automobile
of adults. bones. If you must use carbon

, '! Because we are human we parts.It tet, use it sparingly and in 'a I
need to have a special day in is also used for some hobbies well ventilated room. Flagler Truck & Tractor Co.

and return the -for example, to clean pho
which to lift up The National Safety Council )
love which comes to us throughour tographic negatives, kill butterflies recommends: When shopping, MASSEY-FERGUSON

i j mothers. The mother of and to bring out the watermark look for Ingredient carbon tetrachloride Grore Farm Industrial Equipment

Jesus was concerned for her son. in stamp collections. Other noted on the label of VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7.3242

Throughout the ages mothers products such as fumigants, In- the product, especially cleaning Owner
Bunnell
I have carried much in their secticides, paints, and fire extinguishers fluldes. When you see put the Florida

'I hearts for their children. Therefore sometimes contain .
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let us be responsive to carbon tet.

\ mothers for their great concern. One mother recently used halfa .

"But Mary kept all these things cub of carbon tetrachloride to

and pondered them in her heart. clean the upholstery on two

-Luke 2:19.: chairs. That afternoon her 7-
year-old daughter came home If you haven't examined

from school and sat on one of .

the chairs to watch television.

Later the child became so violently a new Chevrolet since

RENEW fOUR ill that she was taken to

DRIVER'S LICENSE a hospital where doctors found
\i\ DURING YOUR that her kidneys had stopped
the twistor
Telstar II
, BIRTH MONTH functioning and she was near ,
, death. The cause was inhalingthe
j of carbontet.
poisonous vapor

IN TUB rincuiT COUUT OK It took the efforts of a 10- electric toothbrushes
PLACil.KIl COUNTY, FLORIDA. man medical team and an artificial ,
rilANCKKV No. 1'1281.
SADIE HARTLEY KOUTKLAS. kidney to keep the child

Plaintiff VII. alive. She remained in the hospital

JOHN F. KOUTELAS. for six weeks until her

MVTMT.Defendant.TO DKFKM kidneys healed.Swallowing .
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: I teaspoonful'
only a
JOHN "'. KOUTKLAS
800 N. Main Street has caused death. There is also
Burnett Texas A
You are hereby notified that a I evidence that it can be absorbed
suit has been filed against you In through the skin.
directly
th above entitled cause: and you
are hereby required ktoorlh7 o answer But its most vicious hazard is
with the : Court,
and to serve a copy thereof upon its vapor which a person can innocently
I the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney Inhale. Carbon tet
whose name and address Is:
FRANK D Ul'CHURCH evaporates quickly when ex
W'CHiJRCH and UITHURCH
600 Exchange Bank BuildingSt. posed to air, giving off a poison-
Augustine, Floridanot jous .Only three thimblefuls -
later than May 21st A. D. 1966. vapor
If you fall to do BO decree pro I of carbon tet will saturatethe
confeHso will be entered againstyou
for the relief demanded in the ( air to the danger point in
bill of complaint The nature of unventilated room 10 feet
an
Bald suit being for
DIVORCE square> by 10 feet high.
WITNESS my hand and Heal of .
said Court this l!>th day of April Jordan points out that the victim

. A. D. 19Bfi.i:.. A. S.MYTlin. who inhales cabon tet has .
Clerk of said Circuit Court no warning at the time that he
(Ofllclnl Seal)
By, E. A. SMYTHE. is being poisoned Symptoms
j Clerk. after the damage hasH
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