The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: May 12, 1966
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00331
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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Law Enforcement Office To Remain Cannon Supports
Flagler Community Action I LEAGUE?

Agency, Inc., charter has been
Academy RecentlyDeputy granted from the Secretary of Open SaturdayTax Anyone interested in playingin Governor Burns
the Womens Softball
State Tom Adams office in Tal Collector Dale B. Brown Jacksonville printing
Drummondof execu
Hugh (Ace) this summer please contact Miss
County Sheriffs lahassee. said today his office will be open tive who worked as !Scott Kelly's
the Flagler I Serita Bradley at Phone 437.3624,
returned during the The purpose of the corporationwill all day Saturday for the sale of school hours. campaign coordinator for seven
Department during
weekend from Tallahassee be providing for development I automobile license plates. Northeast Florida counties,
past of economic opportunities. The deadline for license
where he attended the Florida I obtaining walked Into Governor Haydon

Law Enforcement Academy.He Subscribers are Mrs: Irma Parker plates was April 20 but Mrs. Laura Frier Burns' campoign headquarters I

studied "Death Investigation Vernon Raymond, ReynoldN. Governor Burns extended the Friday afternoon and pledgedhis

and Sex Crime" courses con Hoover, and Lyman L. Gage, time to May 20. Passes Aaway active support toward reelection

and out. all of Flagler Beach. Mr. Brown said he would re of the governor.C. .
ducted by experienced I I I
standing Instructors.The main open on Saturday for the Monday NightMrs. Lamar Cannon, who is

weeklong classes, begin. convenience of those whose State Commander of the American
working hours conflicted with Laura Lorlne Frier of 201 : !
Legion In Florida
and I cam
at 8 In the morning Scout
running to 9 P.M. Included In. Boy Troop the office hours.SENIORS North Bay Street, and long time' paigned for Senator Kelly in
resident of Bunnell, passed
In death investigations, Duval and surrounding counties.His .
495 On CamporeeBy VISITDAYTONA away Monday night at the Bun I statement follows:
abuse recognition, preservation
drug ,
General Hospital. She suf.
and Identification of evidence ( Jail H in. Scout Scribe) "I supported Scott Kelly because .
BEACH fered a stroke Saturday night at
establishing cause of I believed in him as an
obscene literature and Boy Scout Troop 495 of Flagler JUNIOR COLLEGE her home. Individual. Because he' has gone
society, procedure Beach attended the Halifax District Mrs. Frier was born in Axon with Robert High does not meanI

Its Influence on with Juvenile I Indian Encampment Camp Twenty-six Bunnell High Georgia, and moved to Bunnell can go along High's political
in dealing
and victims, motivation oree in Paisley, Florida, on May School seniors and one Junior 63 years ago. She was a mem thinking Is so opposed and far

offenders offenders, and many 6 and 7. Scouts attending were visited the campus of Daytona ber of the First Methodist removed from my own philosophy

of sex subjects. Lee Bourne, David Johnson, Beach Junior College Tuesday Church of Bunnell. She was the I I could never support him."

areas In these Mickey Sindelar, Jail Heln, Grady morning. On arrival on the campus widow of the late I. H. Frier. "I urge all the people who

Prather, Buddy Moore, Ken they were separated Into She is survived by a daughter worked with me for Senator

Lions Club To neth Whitney, Lee Strickland, groups according to their Inter. Mrs. Lucille Hatton of Hazel. Kelly In Northeast Florida to

Terry McNitt, Bubba Hutcheson, ests which had previously been hurst, Georgia; two sons, Hubert consider my reasons and I hope

Sell BulbsAt I and David Miller. indicated and escorted to various Frier of Bunnell, and Mahue that they will decide, as I have,

Light There were over 300 scouts, classes in both the college and Frier of Allendale, S. C.; one to give their active support to
I Karl Vocational School. brother, P. P. Pelllcer of St. Johns
Tuesday Mary
a luncheon meeting from twenty troops, participatine. the re-election of Governor Hay-

Bunnell Lions heard Dr. We arrived there at 4:30: P. Members of the student government I Park. firm _Riirnc_u._."

John Collette of Deland who Is m., Friday, May 6. We set up ''and Tech Club were in Funeral service was held at Mr. Cannon, who has lived In

, associated with the Children's camp and cooked supper that charge ofthe various groups. 2:30: o'clock Wednesday afternoon Jocksonville for 32 years, was

Home Society of Florida. Dr. evening. We had the rest of the Mr. John Cannon, Jr., Mary from the First Methodist born in Qultman, Georgia. He

Collette said that the Children's night to walk around the area Karl Vocational School, and Mr.J. Church of Bunnell# with the pas owns A. B. C. Printing and Ad
A. Robbins Director of Ad tor, Rev. Oliver F. Taylor offi
Home Society deals with 'adoptable and meet scouts from other dressing Company, is a Mason
unwanted children ranging troops. Everyone had to hit the missions, D. B. J. C., were in ciating. Burial followed at Es- and Shriner and member of the r

from birth to 12 years of age. He sack at 10:30: at the blowing of charge of the arrangements.The panola Cemetery. Florida Tackle and Gun Club. I

expressed concern at the alarm taps. visit was both pleasantand Pallbearers were John Rice, j

direct profitable. Everyone enjoyedthe I Levi Brannam, Chester Ruggles,
ing number of adoptions
Saturday morning we Bunnell Students
f' ly from the parent that result 1 in fine hospltality-shownr: Gib Anderson, Sam Broadaway-- ;
awakened at 6:30 with the blow-
blackmail in later Averley Brown, Bunnell High and George Raulerson.
form of
some of reveille. Breakfast was
and said that adoptionsthru Ing School Guidance Counselor, accompanied Arrangements were under di. Qualify For The
years and we brushed on
prepared up the seniors. Those rection of Garcia Funeral Homeof
a reputable licensed agency Morse Code and Semephore sig I
eliminate all possibilities of I nals. ing were: Sharyn Abraham, Don St. Augustine. State Track MeetTwo

The difference being, na Akins, Patrick Barrow, Mar
blackmail. The first contest was at 8:40.: members of the Bunnell
all legal ties with the natural gie Blakely, Bolita Collins, Sue Flagler Beach-
Our two patrols picked the best High School Track Team qualified
to Ellen Deen, Judy Dunson, Faye
parent are severed prior scouts to compete in the Morse for the State Track Meet I
Durrance, Robert Durrance, Ben-
adoptions handled by reputable Code Semaphore signal contest. Marine HonoredBy to be held in Gainesville May
ton Eisenbach, Christy Green,
licensed agencies and the possibilities From the Surfer Patrol was Jail 13. They are Harry Bullock who

of blackmail and other Hein and David Johnson and Sherry Hargett, Rabeth Hersey, Polish PeopleA qualified in the Pole Vault, and
Myrlene Henry, Margaret Hos-
tragedies are eliminated. The from the Cookoo Patrol was Lee Stanford Robertsqn who quali
Children's Home Society regional Bourne and Mickey Sindelar. We kins, George Jarosz, Bill Kurtz, Flagler Beach Marine has I I fled in the High Jump.

office at 100 Seabreeze Blvd.in only missed one letter out of the Robert McDaniel, Marilyn, Me- boon honored by the Polish people I The boys participated in the
Beach serves this Farland, Susan McMillan, Mari of Buffalo. Marine
Daytona 50 letters given. CaptainA. Class B. Group Track Meet in
with Flagler county lyn McNab, Brenda Murray, Car S. Jr. assistant officer
area along The second contest was Water Reynolds, Jacksonville last Friday. They
Mrs. H. H. Murray ol Pache, Edward Schatz, Stuart in of the Marine .
staff workers Boiling. We had to have four charge were accompanied to Jacksonville
and Dr. Allen Reynolds.Club scouts for this contest-one scout Rockett, Mike Tidwell, and John Corps Recruting Station at Buffalo by Coach Manuel who will

members welcomed Reverend from each patrol, so we had to Waterman. was awarded the National also accompany them to Gaines

Oliver Taylor as a new find another troop with two pa Silver Medal for his work with ville Friday.BUNNELL. '

member. Rev. Taylor recently trols. The scouts from our Troop ZIMMERLEE, I the Polish Falcons Club, Next 6, 1

accepted the pastorate at the who participated were Lee MISS MCMILLANWIN lin Buffalo. I HIGHJUNIORSENIOR

Bunnell Methodist Church. In Bourne and Jail Heln. Our Troop SPEAKINGLittle Captain Reynolds has been in.strumenta'l PROM

other business the Club heard I in promoting Americanism
came in third in this contest. Dan Zimmerlee and SET FOR FRIDAYThe
Jimmy Kelly announce renewed The third contest was FlagPole Susan McMillan walked away and youth physical fit.
efforts to sell the remaining ness at the Falcons Bunnell High School
We programs
Raising. got our flag with Public Speaking honors last
said members Club and occasionshas Junior-Senior Prom will be held
bulbs. Kelly on numerous
light third in this contest but
pole up Thursday night during the Youth
would meet Friday night at 7 been a special guest or in the school gymnasium on
we will recieve a rating of either Livestock Club sponsored con.
p. m. and go door to door selling first or second because of faultscf test. speaker at dinners or other type Friday, May 13, from 8 to 12 a. m.

light bulbs in an att3tipt to( the other two contestants. This In conjunction with five oth ceremonies. Members of the two classes
raise funds needed for the club's According to Francis L: Mar accompanied by their dates,
hard to do had lash
was as we to ers, Dan won a speaking trophyfor
tin of Buffalo Pol parents and teachers are Invitedto
conservation president the
sight program. three poles together and stand his efforts. Catherine Harris
Levi Brannam was appointed ish Falcons, a plaque bearingthe attend. School sponsorship
them up by three secured lines. placed second and Pat Zlmmer
chairman of a committee to Everyone in our troop participated lee third. title A. S. Reynolds, Jr. phys will be only at the gym duringthe
ladles ical Fitness Award will be In prom hours.LOWELL .
work out the details for a
in this event. Susan also won a trophy and
night party and Installation of The last contest was the Com was followed by Carol Linda scribed annually with the youth

newly elected officers. pass Course. We had to go in Townsend In second place. physical fitness champion'sname COBBRECEIVES

Guests present at the luncheonwere certain directions and end up Others participating were for years to come. It hangsin PROMOTION

David Brown, Rev. Charles due east of the stationary scout Donna, David and Daniel Steflik. the hall's trophy room as a Builder Second Class Lowell

Anders, and Freddy Fruits. by ten feet or less. We were Dan spoke on "What 4-H Can' constant reminder to the Polish D. Cobb, USN, son of RichardL.
people of Buffalo of a good
thirteen feet and seven inches Do For You", while Susan's talk Cobb of Star Route 1, Bunnell,
friend. Mr. Martin went on to
BUNNELL SCHOOL due east of our scout. Those en was entitled "Conservation of Florida, was advanced to his
that Captain Reynolds is a
BAND MEMBERS tered were Buddy Moore, our Resources." Judges were Mrs. say present rate while serving with
credit to the Marine Corps and
stationary scout; Lee Bourne, Myrtle Rice, M. B. Fuller and Navy Mobile Construction Bat
ENJOY TRIP pacer; and Jail Hein, compass Tilman Robinson.A country. talion 11, deployed in Vietnam.
The Flagler Beach captain will
Twenty four Bunnell School reader.At good number of membersand His promotion was based on
be ending his tour in Buffalo
Band members were given a 3:00: after the contests, we parents turned out for the time in service and rate, military
during the month of June and
weekend house party at Lake went swimming. Shortly there. occasion in the Courtroom. Mrs. will be transferred to the Re. appearance, performance of duties

Weir last weekend. They were after, a downpour came with Rice gave a good note of en and passing the Navywidetest
public of Viet Nam. Captain
accompanied and chaperoned by five inches of "rain. We were couragement to members after for promotion.
Reyonlds is the son of A. S.
Norma Rodgers, Custer Dur- flooded and the Camporee had to the contest, pointing out the
Reynolds, Sr., 202 Daytona Ave.
... ranee, Joyce Townsend, Mary break up and go home. good training and abilities Flagler Beach. Florida has 19 freshwater

Broadaway, Julia Stanish, Lu Twenty troops of the Halifax learned through speaking lakes ranging 10 square miles,

cille Wilkins and Pearl Blakely. District encamped and over 60 events.In Dick Cody was elected to repre or more each and their com- I

They were Joined Saturday by patrols. Flagler Beach Coo Coo a meeting of parents called .I sent parents on the Youth Advisory blned surface area is 1,152 square

Mr. and Mrs. M. B. McDanIel. patrol placed second. I before adjournment, Mrs. Group. miles.






School National Beta Club at. for staying young but here is the .i A state resident season ticket NOTICE OK REQUEST FOR BIDS
umuJt I Notice Is hereby given that
cflvp tended the state convention at De Courcy Clinic agreeing with good for one year is now available East Planer Mosquito Control District the

SchoolVas Cherry Plaze Hotel Orlando last my mother and she did stay at Florida's Cypress Gar ler ,Beach Board of Florida Commissioners, will ,accept Flag

Friday and Saturday. young. I think teenagers who dens for the price of one admis sealed bids at the office located 7

FLAGLER BEACH There were three general session seem to think of nothing but sion. on miles Highway north of A1A Flagler, to Beach and until Pier

group meetings and election Time and wanting nothing old 6:00 o'clock P.M. o'aP: Tuesday May
SIXTH GRADE 10, 1966. or postmarked prior to
of state officers for the next and yet rushing to take on duties that date and time, for the following

VISITS BUNNELL year. that make you old such as O. F. ALT4'ORD equipment.ONE (1) NEW. THERMAL I

Members of the Flagler Beach income AKH040L FOG GENERATOR I
having a family and no
and Hewett arrived home Registered
Tony Any bid received or presented I
Elementary School sixth grade Saturday n'ght after attendingthe to bring it up on, should do I I after 6:00 o'clock P.M. on Tuesday

class made their annual visit to evening banquet. something about their mixed-up Real Estate Broker May 10,to 1966 the will l:dder.be returned unopened -

Bunnell school last .
Monday.The attitude towards Time.A news Bunnell Florida Sealed bids will 'be opened at a

students were escorted to J magazine lately that the -.& meeting of the Mosquito Control
i says
Board at the office at 5:00: P. M.
the various seventh grade classes 'Teenle Weenies resent the aged on Wednesday May llth, 1966.
Books Are My DishAt Specifications and Information to
and met with Mrs. Tonkin's
and want their
teenagers f PETERSON TEXACO bidders may be obtained by bona
Bunnell sixth grade class for I II fide bidders
12 old Rock and Roll singer upon request to Mr.
the Flagler Beach Public year SERVICE I Lyman L. Gage, P. O. Box 43, Flag-
orientation of policies, Library is a novel called "Yon. who can communicate about I I lear Beach or telephone No 439-
grades and other things they I ROAD SERVICE 2088.
their eight old passions. ;
der" by Margaret Bell Houston, year I The Board reserves the right to
should know. a pleasant well written tale with And there are also the Prebrasset I I Light Mechanic.' Work I II reject any and all bids and to

Soft drinks were served to billions of I Phone 437-3441 BunnellIV waive any Informalities In bidding,
Gothic overtones that are so pop. that helps spend I with or without cause and/or to

both classes and all went out ular today. But what marks it the teenage incomes. What II Ad AJIIJ I accept any bid. In whole or In
I In its '
pact judgment la the
the for Softball -
to playground a OFFLAGI.ER tdI
apart is the extraordinary quo. want to know Is-when is young I THE CIRCUIT' COURT FLORIDA lowest BEST bid In the Interests
(.O. TV. of the District.
game. tation on the first pageThisis young? Anymore. fllAftrKlll' NO. B27S: EAST
Those visiting were: Gus Antoinette Newton Holdernesn MOSQUITO
from a Conference of medical I'lalntiii CONTROL DISTRICT
Burns, Charlotte Dodimead, Ter- 1 v.. George Moody, Chairman.
and surgical specialists at the Many animals have well-de Holdernn8.HE'fE'ndant..
McNitt, Patty Mfceklns, Bob Wayne
De Courcy Clinic In Cincinnati.It .
by Messlnne Sue Ellen Seale, veloped senses lacked by hu NOTICE TO DEFEND rL.4r.LKH (COUNTY FLORIDA.
"Time has no effect IN CHANCERY No. B267.:
Dan Roberson pammie Sheeler, says mans. Flying insects possess THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: SADIE HARTLEY KOUTELAS,
human tissues at all. Belief in Wayne George Holderness
Stella Weaver Wayne Hutchen- tiny aneroid barometers made of I Hartsdale Road Plaintiff,
son, Mary Anne Kurtz David the effects of time by those who living cells. Bees have a built-In Rochester, New York. JOHN F. KOUTELAS VII ,
notified that a
subscribe to such a belief is the You are hereby Defendant.
:Miller, Ginger Miller Mike protractor that enables them to I I suit has been flied against you in NOTICE TO ))" END
Rawlins Judy Owens Lee Strick thing that acts like a poison. fly in a fixes direction relativeto the above entitled cause fife; and you THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
are hereby required yor JOHN F. KOUTELAS
"The heroine In the book
land and Cathy Peavy. was the sun's position as seen I with the Clerk of this Court 800 N. Main Street
ageless up to a point and the and to serve a copy thereof uponthe Burnett Texas
from the hive.Attendance .
plaintiff or plaintiffs
author had her doubts as to readers I whom name and address Is: suit has are been hereby flIed notified against that In a
i FRANK D. UPCHURCH. th above entitled cause and
swallowing that. So she ; you
Bank BuildingSt.
OFFICERS ATTEND quotes. Now I was brought up to I at GulfstreamRace I 600. Augustine Exchange Floridanot A. D. 1966.If are hereby with the required Clerk to of file this your Court answer ,
later than June llth and
STATE CONVENTIONTony look upon "birthday party" and Track In Hallandale has i you fall to do so decree pro the plaintiff serve or a plaintiff's copy thereof attorney upon

Parker, vice president "funeral" as words never to be increased one per cent over 1965, i confesso for the will be entered' against the whose FRANK name D.and address Is:
elect and Hewett Dupont treas. mentioned. Elizabeth Arden but betting is up seven per cent bill of ltCo pplaint. of UPCHURCH and UPCHURCH
urer elect of the Bunnell High would not like such a method over last year. I I said WITNESS being my for hand and seal of St.600 Augustine Exchange,Bank Floridanot Building

said. Tl Court IflfiB.Olllclal this 10th day of MayA later than May 21st. A. D. 1966.
you fall to do so. decree pro
( Clerk i t.said A. Circuit Court confesso will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the
By Julia R. Harvey
complaint. The nature of
Deputy Clerk. said suit being for
r ai r$> + JOIN WITH I May 12-19-28 .& June 2-4tciv uivoncn

THK ('IIUTIT ('OI'itT KV. WITNESS my hand and seal of
F:\Tn J1DMIU ('IIUTIT. IV said' Court this 19th day of April
.r The Working KI.OHint. IV ('ll.\\( KHV f'ASllJ A. SMYTHE.
Committee ftO. -V2HO: Clerk of said Circuit Court
GEORGIA E. Official Seal)
aY ,r'f HOYAL.Plaintiff, By E. A. SMYTHE
I -vs. Clerk.
STUART LEE ROYAL. April 21-28 and May 5-12-4tc
for Defendant.
f Si ak 1516 McLeod Road HARRY C. DE GROTT.
< Valdosta Georgia PlaintiffBETTY
A T You are hereby notified that a VII
TheREELECTION I suit for divorce has been filed a- DE GROTT,
KainBt you in the above entitled Defendant.
cause and you are hereby requiredto NOTICE TO DEFEND
,1 serve upon Plaintiff's Attorney, THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
whose name and address appear BETTY DE GROTT. whose
hereon your written defense If any. place of residence and post
to the Bill of Complaint In said/ office address are unknown.
suit, on or before the llth day of You are hereby notified that a
June, 1966, else decree proconfesso suit has been filed against you In
S e t a6 will be entered against you. the above entitled cause; and you
WITNESS my hand and seal of are hereby required answer
said Court this 5th day of May, with the ktoorlhrSo'Jo: t,
A. D. 196.1.OtflclRI and to serve a copy thereof upon
,w ( SeC lerk E. said } the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney
.e. f Court whose name and address is:
K OF By Julia R. Harvey SAMUEL V. HOLCH
Deputy Clerk 110 North Third Street,
W. L WADSWORTH Palatka Floridanot
P. O. Box 896 later than May 21st A. D. 1 6rconft's .
Bunnell FloridaATTORNEY If you fall to do so, decree
FOR PLAINTIFFMay o will be entered againstyou
1219.26 & June 2-4tc for the relief demanded in the
: GovernorHaydon bill of complaint. The nature of
iv Tin riurriT COURT, KVK said suit being" for
>TII .J('UI(').". (rllUIIT. DIVORCE
If AM FOIL FLAGLFIt COUftTV.KMtllllJl. WITNESS my hand and seal of
CHANCERY ,I.10.S22tt said Court this 18th day of April
: : A. D. 1966.
Plaintiff, Clerk of said Circuit Court.
Burns -ve- (

Defendant. .
NOTICE TO APPHAIt April 21-28 and May 6-12-4tc
I whose' residence and Post Office JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IV
\ address are unknown. AND: Fun FLAGLKR COUNTY,
You are hereby notified that a FLORIDA
We feel he has earned I suit for divorce has been filed against ICHANCERY..
a you In the above entitled CASK NO. 26:1:
cause and you are hereby required KAY F. HI< GI!: IAN,
to serve upon Plaintiffs Attorney Plaintiff,
whose name and address Vs.RICIIA1tD.
full term Gov- appear hereon your written defense E. HEGEMAN,
4-year as If any to the Bill of Com- Defendant.
plaint In said suit on or before DIVORCE
the 11th day of June. 1966 else NOTICE TO APPEAR
decree pro confesso will be entered THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO
ernor by his accomplishments against YOII.WITNJoSN. RICHARD E. HEGEMAN,
my hand and seal of 1810 Park Avenue
said Court this 5th day of May, Racine Wisconsin.
1966. You are hereby notified that
(SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE suit for divorce has a
been filed
during the past 1 17 By Clerk Julia of R.said Harvey Court cause against and you you In are the hereby above required entitled

W. L. WA1>RWORTHp Y Clerk. whosevnamenaPlaintiff's tappear
T' O. ROX 896

months as Governor.We BUNNELL.Attorney FLORIDA for Plaintiff sail any hereon suit to ,your the on Bill written of Complaint defense In If
or before the
21st day
May 12-19-26 & June 2-I to of Slay 1966, ellle decree pro con-
fesso will be
iv TilE CiRCUiT rnt-RT. SEV- I WITNESS entered against you.
F.\TII IIICIAI. riltCUT. IV IIllld' my 2thddaydof April
Court th,8
,AM FOIL .'L.U.... 1t COUNTY. A. D.

are opposed to the IllS KI.OUIDl. 1\ ('IIA c.nY AO. Clerk 1966.E..ot. SMYTHE.;

E. W. LOWERY. said Court

strong effort of out of MARY SUE'LOWERY Defl'ndllnt.YOTI'E W.Bunnell.P. O.L.Box VADSWpRTIIrk Florida 896 !

TO APPEAR Attorney for
: April
Mary Sue Lowery 21-28-May !6-12-4tc.

state Radicals trying to Chattanooga Tennessee
You are hereby notified that a
suit for divorce has been filed
against you In the above entitled' filar lI11agltr QlribunrBUNNELL.
cause and you are hereby required
take over our state thru to serve upon Plaintiff's Attorney,
whose name and address appear FLORIDA
hereon. your written defense, I if any
to the Bill of saidsuit
Complaint In
1.IRS. M
on or before the 28th day of B. FULLER Editor
the election of GovernorBurns' May, 1966, else decree pro confesso
will be entered Designated .
you. .we""r fee all
WITNESS my hand and seal of Legal
said Court this 26th day of April.Official AdTertUUg
A. O. 19118.

opponent.Paid ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE Entered a. second class matter
Clerk of said Court
By Julia R. Harvey OfceatBunnel11,2'Florf a, under

W. Wadiworth Deputy Clerk Act of March 8. 1$76

P. O. Box 8941

Political Adv. Paid by Mrs. M. B. Fuller, County Deputy Treasurer Bunnell.Attorney Florida 0.. year e...
for Plaintiff' sis ...t'
April 28 4 May 5-12-19-4tc s --tt



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I To Classify simple-get another dog. mixtures containing Sevin, mal make unsightly hills that clutter
Adding a dog may be the an athlon or dlazinon will-kill both up an otherwise perfect lawn. I CALL
r BY Russell KOT swer for those who oppose the fleas and ticks. For outdoor control, John
use of chemicals around their As fleas like dry, sandy areas Strayer, Extension entomologist, 437-3669
1 It's funny how times and val. home. But remember, fleas multiply for breeding, be sure to spray suggests chlordane or aldrin in !
ues change over the years. WhenI faster than dogs. under the house, under the tool water base sprays. For attackingon
I was a youngster I used to Getting rid of the dog Isn't the shed and in the sand bed where ant next, try two tablespoonsof i' Martin
worry about getting old. I vis- answer. Most folks who get rid you park the jalopy. 50 percent chlordane per gal.
coned a life of misery and pictured of their pets complain that fleas Ants Ion of water. I
myself in the poor house, become numerous in the yard Even if you don't have ants Pour the mixture into the
hairless, toothless, half blind and even invade the house. In your pantry, you may have ening. Then soak the area OP.I I
and all crumpled up with rheu With the pets gone, the fleas them elsewhere-including your water to wash the HardingFOR
matism. find themselves with no domes. plants. down to the bottom hiding I
Old age I reasoned was in the tic animals on which to feed. Often these pests are on ornamentals of the queen ant. I
neighborhood of fifty. If a guy Therefore, they begin to aggra I guarding "slave" Insects I On plants apply a spray mixture
lived until 60 or 70 he was a vate the homeowner.Due I that are making honeydewfor of a tablespoon of 50 per.
freak or museum piece. I fran to the dry spell In April, their captors. cent wettable chlordane powderin LIGHT
tically started putting aside a ticks are also showing up in the Ants horbor eggs of scale Insects three gallons of water. Do not
dollar here and a dollar thereto lawns of some homes. mealybugs, whiteflies, apply this poison, to foliage or WORK
provide help in my declining The same treatment will kill aphids and leafhoppers in their fruit that will be eaten.
years, little realizing that the both fleas 'and ticks. It's a triple nest during the winter to be For an indoor application, use
dollars I was hoarding so care approach of treating pets, SHELL
fully were losing buying power inside the house and lawn area.
almost as fast as the speed of A 5 percent malathlon dust is To CitizensI
Flagler County
light.A effective flea killer on pets. For CEMENT ROCK
Senior Citizen was some an Indoor flea tick control, applya
thing far in the future and I ready.prepared household WISH TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO
was brought up to believe that spray containing malathlon or EXPRESS MY HUMBLE GRATITUDE FOR YOUR FILL DIRT
you either planned to take care llazlron. WONDERFUL SUPPORT IN NOMINATING ME
of yourself or else. Then came A sprayer, a paint brush, or a TO YOUR FLAGLER COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.
the New Deal, the Square Deal pump type oil can is excellentfor TOP SOIL
and now the Great Society.I applying insecticides to THANKS. .
reached the ripe old age of cracks in the floors, around
70 to find that I was in Utopia.I baseboards, and in other dark, J. D. "Dave" Perryman COW MANURE
didn't have a worry in the protected places.. Be sure to
world. I was a Senior Citizen, spray mats and furniture on
society's burden and heartache.No .
king or potentate had more I I P
claim on posterity than I. I
........Generous deductions from a
hundred million pay envelopes
insured my future. A score of
boards, bureaus and commissions .
were staffed with trained,
high-salaried executives, all
concerned with my welfare,
eagerly sought my patronage.
Politicians, no matter what T
office they sought, paid me the jjj; VOTERSjftt
utmost homage. They pointedopt ,
with oratorial grandeur, the I
nobility of my status. Had it not
been for the toll, sweat and tears
of the oldsters, where would. : OF THE
this country be today.? The leasta
grateful nation could do wouldbe
to provide care, comfort and I
the pursuit of happiness for ,
those in the sunset of life. I t c 14th SENATORIAL
Rest homes, hospitals and doctors .
are standing by to take I
care of me, trained nurses follow '
me around with wheel
chairs and all I have to do is ; DISTRICT
to show my credit card and sign V I
for the service. My druggist assures .
me I will be allowed 25 -Iii
perceent off prescriptions. Hedoesn't i CITRUS FLAGLER HERNANDO
say "off of what" and
I can't read the good doctor's I

instructions, so I can't check, ; LAKE. MARION OSCEOLA PASCO
anyhow I am Insured so why
worry? 4
Now some guy has come up
with the suggestion .that polygamy ,
ought to be made legal so: s
oldsters could have more than
one wife. I could marry a rich VOLUSIA COUNTIES.Sen. .
widow, say one who has gather.
ed the loot from three or four
prior husbands and I'd eb sit. L K. Edwards, Jr.

ting on top of the world. Irvine, Florida _
But as the popular song goes,
"What Would I have That I
Don't Have NOW?" I'll tell you
what I'd have! A couple of THANK YOUfor J
snarling women disturbing the
peace, with me In the middel
when the crockery began to fly.

Why trouble should after spending I go looking over fifty for allowing me to serve in the Florida State Senate unopposed.

years learning how to get along

with If this one thing wife?gets any louder I have enjoyed serving in the Florida State Senate for the past 12 years

and funnier I think I'll go standin
front of the Court House and and am looking forward to serving you the next four years.
burn my Social Security card
and go back to working for a

living.q in 631041d4 L. K. EDWARDS, Jr.

(By H.nrey Sharpe)

Fleas are like- fair-weather.I DEMOCRAT---14th SENATORIAL DISTRICTPol.
friends-they congregate when
conditions are Ideal.
Ad. Paid L. K. Edwards Jr.
So, if some of your second. by
rate friends look a bit flea.


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full. Our time has not run out.
Crisis In TheCountryside I
But, quite: literally, the sins of:
our forefathers are being visited
pon us. We cannot afford to be
D. A. Williams, Administrator as wasteful in the future, if we -
Soil Conservation Service desire our children's children to
Today, there Is indeed a "crisisin inherit an affluent America. We
must plan more intesively, farm
the countryside" rather,,
two crises. One is the continued more wisely, care more urgently. ON THESE PRICES
And must make the city
wastage of the land through we sure .
erosion and Improper use. The man understands that what happens SUGAR CREEK (Smoked)
in rural America affects
other is the result of man's partial
success. This is the crisesof him immediately and profound.
complacency about conserva ly.We SHANK I
call our land "God's country
tion.Why this complacency? Perhaps ," and It is. Let us clearly acknowledge
it is our Job to keepit HAMS
it is because the need for
that way. Farmers and ranch.
increased conservation measures
does not immediately strike the ers, as the chief soil stewards, HALFLb.
The supermarkets are full have the heaviest responsibility.They .
today.eye. The dust may not be of all people, know the .
conservation Job is far from
blowing-today. And so we con
y cern ourselves with the big done. Thirty percent of our landis I BUTT HALF lb. 59c CENTER SLICES lb. 89c
being properly treated. What
headlines-wars, space, missiles,
about the 70 percent? CENTER CUT FLORIDA GRADE "A" CUT-UP

deed.These But are, we serious loes more matters of our In Dude ranches have sprung up I PORK CHOPS 790 FRYERS 5 Ib. $489

erosion in the Australian Outback, the Bag
land every year to
than we have ever lost, or shall National Geographic says. FIRST CUT PORK u. S. CHOICE RIB
ever lose, to a foreign foe. WhereIs
the battle cry for this? I Capable of speeds to 47 miles CHOPS Lb. 55' STEAK Lb. 98-
per hour the water ski tournament
What happens to the eroding I boats used at Florida
in Missouri and Montana
Cypress Gardens feature twin
affects us more directly than horsepower Johnson out. CAPITAL SMOKED U. S. CHOICE ROUND
our landing on the moon. Where board motors, electric tachometers

no are matter the pleaders what for weapons this? of And-the server's, seats.and Judge's and ob SAUSAGE 49' STEAK Lb. 98-

future we develop-the most
modern army in the world still WORLD'S BEST U. S. CHOICE
travels on its stomach, still depends
<< on the bountiful earth we j WANT To PLKE.A BEEF 299' T-BONE STEAK Lb. $409
take for granted.Do NEWS PAPER A0
not misunderstand me. SAYING'youNc
Our activities around the world, .
and out of it, are very necessary.But GIANT SIZECHEER
I will firmly believe to the
end of my life that there is no
work more important, now or for
the future, than conserving and Giant47
enriching our own land, the .
basis for our life, our living, our
wealth. tNRV
national Limit ((1)) with $5.00 or more food order'
Yet,we lose each year ea bags
erosion and other forms of preventable -
damage, about 500,000acres
of formerly productiveland. I SAY THIS IS THE PREMIUM SHORTENING Save 28c
The bulldozer and the FAST SERVICE)
builder take another one and 48 ct. Tea Bag
one-third million acres of the Snowdrift'13Ih. 57
best land every 365 days for i 3ge
highways, factories, housing and i
Our rivers continue to o
so on.
and Limit 1 with $5.00 or more
flood and destroy homes Limit ((1)) with $5.00 or more food order food order
hopes. Our water supply runs
shore, becomes polluted, erodes --
e+ the land. And, as much of our Sunlite (303 Can)
land disappears, our populationand TOMATOES EVERFRESH
that of the world Increases.Yes Cans
our supermarkets-are--still- .- ___ 3 390 RUM CAKEBush

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To Flagler County Voters: PORK and BEANS 39ft

t humbly thank you for the opportunity of
serving again as your County Commissioner from Monogram (L. G.) RICE 1:

District 4.Your.
3 390
trust in me will never be forgotten. Bag Shurfine Canned

Thanks again. Peet (60 Ct.)
ALFRED R. TUCKERPaid 8 Oz. Bottle

rot Adv. MylesSALT c 7 CMU 970 %5e

26 Oz. Limit 7 Please (Save 14c)
Pkg. fOe Limit 1 Please

YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER Frozen Foods Bakery Fresh Produce

Bunnell Atlantic Service Stationu. "Singleton" EVERFRESH Fresh Crisp Head

Highway 1 fV\\ Day Phone 437-3652 BREAD

(Ji Night Ph. 437-3944 SHRIMP Garden Fresh Bunch

CARBURETORS 4 20 Oz. Loaves
10 Oz. Pkg.
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Yellow Cooking 3 Ib. Bag
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During the coldest
I night, Florida Cypress Gar. First person to complete the
I DIES SATURDAY dens burned 40,000 gallons of 14-mile Chain O'Lakes swim
Utaaier (15eacn fuel oil In 1,600 force-draft heat from Winter Haven to Florida
MORNINGIra ers to successfully protect exotic Cpyress Gardens was Ted Erik-
Levi Bordner of 208 north son of Chicago, who made the
Beach Garden MRS. JULIA DURRANCE Fifth St., Flagler Beach, passed I throughout trip in four hours and 44 min.
The Flagler
I Saturday morning Halifax utes .on Nov. 22, 1961. Erikson
Club met at the home of Mrs. HONORED AT away
annual Hospital in Daytona Beach. He In 1906 when hog dogs were also was the first person to
Frieda Cole for their PARTY SUNDAYMrs. was a native of Lykens, Ohio, I first introduced into Miami, swim Lake Michigan, and the
meeting with Mrs. Ann
and moved to Flagler Beach 9 Florida, they were known as first American to swim the
co hostess. The committee John Durrance was hon.
Columbus Ohio, I English Channel both directions.
members read papers on their ored guest at a Mother's Day years 'ago from "red hots. ,
after retiring as an iron worker.He ---- -
various activities during the and Birthday Party combined
season. Sunday at Bon Terra Estates, was 77 years of age. ,
North AlA. Thirty-three Funeral services were held
Mrs. Cole gave a demonstration I
members of her family were from the Flagler Beach Com
on plant evolution using I the Citizens of
moss and ferns to demonstratethe present for the dinner and social munity Memorial Church Tuesday To
gathering. afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment
evolution of plant life. Mrs.
Esteher Juengling gave a talk on Guests Included their children followed at Espanola
the care and growing new geraniums and their families and other Cemetery. Rev. R. W. Dickert I the County:

from cuttings. members of the family. They officiated. I
Plans for the Club picnic were were: a son, Buck Durrance and Survivors include his wife, I II
made. The members and their his family; daughters, Nina Bertha; a daughter, Mrs. Irma II I

husbands and Invited guests will Spivel and family; Mrs. Ethel Ryan, Columbus, Ohio; a son, I Thanks a million for your continued confidencein
meet at Bulow Ruins at 10:30 on Harris and family, and Opal Eugene E. Bordner, Alexandria,
May 17.After. Bellgrade; a grandson, Penny Virginia; a sister, Mrs. Della nominating me your County Commissioner.
dinner, the new officersof Leggett and his family from Shellborn, Bloomsville, Ohio;
the Club will be Installed for South Carolina, and Mrs. Janelle a brother, Tracy Bordner, Largo,
the coming season. Skierski and children. Also Mr. Florida. Twelve grandchildrenand
I Durrance's sisters, Mrs. Sing several great grandchildren GEORGE WICKLINE
ANNUAL FIRE SCHOOL Ashley and Mrs. Eva Allen of also survive.
BEGINS FORFLAGLER Daytona Beach. Pallbearers were Harry Whet
stone, Albert Batten, D. L. Nat Paid 1'01.dv..
BEACHThe BRIDGE LUNCHEONMrs. wick, Rufus Miller, Bob Danner,
annual Fire School for R. K. Hirst was Hostess and Raymond Smith. Craig
Flagler Beach volunteer fire de. at her home, Flagler Ave., on Funeral Home of Bunnell was III
partment will begin Monday Tuesday when she entertaineda in charge of arrangements.REV. I
evening, May 16, at 7 o'clock and group of friends at a bridge CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
run through May 20. Mr. Ellis luncheon.
from the Florida State College Guests included Mrs. James HALL ANNOUNCES H. CRAIG Funeral Director
will be the Instructor for the Hall, Mrs. Otis Magee, Mrs. Rob. JOHN CAPO ManagerAIR
school this year.Certificates ert Read, Mrs. Edward Kruger, Rev. Max: Hall, of the First
will be deliveredby :Mrs. W. W. Deen, Mrs. Isham Baptist Church said his Sunday LADY OXYGEN
the Fire College to all fire. Johnston, Mrs. C. E. Schaeffler, morning sermon topic will be CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
men completing the full 15 and Mrs. Albert Batten. "The Church: Separate or Save ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
hours of training. Chief Dean ing." The service will be at 11

Peterson Is hoping for a good The Cherokee Rose seen at o'clock. Phone ID 7-3532
attendance to the school this Florida Cypress Gardens was
year. originally native to China. Subscribe to The Hagler Tribune 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BDNNELL FLORIDA .
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sincerely appreciate the many voters who ForthatWONDERFUL

supported me on May 3rd and want to assure each

of you my efforts in your behalf will not be dimin-
ished in the future.

R. L. McNAB year'round.

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CHARLOTTE STOUTIS I lovely In a two-piece shift dress
of shantung with a diagonal I Streak O'LeanWHITE
I printed design in shades of blue

Out of town guests at the !
Lovely Charlotte Stout becamethe wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Tom I rchan Ib.Lyke's.
bride of Terry Caudill, Eliza. Holden, Bunnell, Florida; Mr. 4ge I
bethton, Tenn., son of Mr. and and Mrs. Sam Black and child I
Mrs. Julian Caudill, In a candle ren Norman, Lee, Jane, and I
light ceremony at eight o'clockApril Ethel Ann, of Ormond Beach, !! .
22 in the First Baptist Florida; Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Parsons I PURE PORK

Church of Elizabethton. The Godparents of the bride SAUSAGE49c
double-ring ceremony waS per. groom, and their daughter, Julie,I
formed by Rev. Eugene Johon- Raleigh, N. C.PALMETTO. 1 lb.Roll.

son.The I
program of wedding music CLUB
was in charge of Miss Peggy HOLDS REUNION |
Jennings, soloist, whose selec The Palmetto Club members U. S. D. A. Choice
tions were "Because" and "The held a reunion on May 1 witha
Wedding Prayer". Mrs. Roland luncheon at the Bunnell Res
Nagle was organist. taurant. Hostesses for the oc 69'Ib.
Given in marriage by her casion were Mrs. T. E. Holden
father, Fred Stout, Charlotte was of Bunnell and Mrs. Fred Mil U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
beautiful in her floor-length ler of Jacksonville.
gown of ivory silk peau with re- Following the luncheon the
embroidered Alencon lace motifs members met at the Holden STEAKS 59 .
accenting the fitted bodice and home for a reunion and dessert .
midriff, encircling the waist and course.
U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK '
extending into the modified Present were Mr. and Mrs. Bill
sheath skirt. The very full chap. Hamrick and Mr. and Mrs. Fred
el train was attached at the Miller of Jacksonville; Mrs. Homer ROAST Ib. 49
waistline with matching lace Miller, Daytona Beach; Mr.
paillettes. Her cathedral length and Mrs. C. O. Magee, Flagler
ivory veil of imported French Beach; Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller Choice JuicyCUBE
bridal illusion was attached to Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Holden,
a crown encrusted with pearlized Mrs. Lily Creal, Mrs. Helen Sullivan STEAKS Ib. *
orange blossoms. For her bridal I and Mr. and Mrs. Dean 79Lean
bouquet, Charlotte carried a Holland, all of Bunnell.
cascade of white Phaelanopsis The Palmetto Club was a civic Western
orchids. Each was encircled and social club organized in
with pearlized net, pearlized 1922. They worked on many
satin leaf clusters and satin tub. worthwhile civic and church PORK STEAKS Ib. 59'
ing. The bouqpet was tied with projects in addition to their so
cutwork satin ribbon centered cial functions. They retired as
with a pure white hybrid or. an active club about 20 years .
chid. ago. This is the 8th annual re- Joe Crain's Fresh Fla. Grade "A"
Attending Charlotte as maid of union the club has held. DIXIE CRYSTAL SMALL
honor was Miss Kay Hood, and
bridesmaids were Sharon Norris LOCAL MUSICIANS SUGAR EGGS
and Sandy Alsup from Knox. PLAY FOR OLDFASHIONED
ville. Carolyn Caudill, sister of SOCIAL
the bridegroom, was the Junior David, Donna and Daniel Stef- 5 Bag 37 e 2 Doz. 7ge
bridesmaid.Miss Ilk of Bunnell played accordlans
Hood wore frosted blue for the fourth time at the Wom Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
silk organza over matching taffeta an's Club of Ormond Beach at a Swift's 4 oz. Can
and Miss Norris and Miss 3 o'clock old fashioned ice cream VIENNA
Alsup wore delicate yellow silk social on May 1. SAUSAGE 5 For $100TIDECHEERDASH
organza over yellow taffeta. Car. David played Danube Waves,
olyn's floor-length dress was Let's Dance The Polka, Polka-
styled similar to those of the Jette, Alley Cat and several Collingswood No. 21/2 Can
other attendants of yellow silk more. lie and his instructor, SWEET POTATOES Ea
organza. The attendants carried Russ Barnes, played accordians
blue and yellow majestic daisy together from table to table during
and gypsophila with Baker's the social. Donna and Daniel Giant Wishbone THOUSAND ISLAND

fern, which were arranged in a played several songs at the I Size 59rJ. DRESSING
cascade effect with matching party. Bottle 3ge

two-tone cutwork satin ribbon (BUY ONE-GET ONE FREE)
and loops of satin tubing. MR. AND MRS. OMEGA I
Tommy Caudill served his DURRANCE TO OBSERVE Limit 1 of your choice with $5.00 or

brother as best man, and ushers FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARYMr. I more food order FROZEN FOODS -
were Wayne Gouge, Elizabeth.ton .
and Peter Brown, a close and Mrs. Omega Durrance I Minute Maid (Reg. or Pink) 6 oz. Can
friend from New Jersey. will celebrate their Fiftieth Wedding -ji FRESH PRODUCE For
Anniversary on Sunday, LEMONADE 8 99.c
bride chosea
The mother of the '
May 15, at Open House at their
sky blue sheath dress with a
home on East Moody Boulevard.All .I'
long matching cape. The bodice lb..
friends and relatives are POTATOES We CARNATIONEVAPORATED
was trimmed with lace. Her cor
invited to call between two and
sage was a white purple-throat.
five o'clock in 1he afternoon. i Fresh
ed orchid. MILK
:Mrs.: Caudill was attired in I lb.
delicate pink peau de sole witha I Tall
matching jacket, and emphasis INSTALL NEW 7 Cans $100Local

at the midriff was dainty OFFICERSThe Limit 7 with $5.00 or more food order
pearl embroidery. Her corsagewas newly elected officers of 2 190
a purple -tipped orchid. the Friendly Circle of the First _
The maternal grandmother of Methodist Church will be Installed r (VYV '-i
the bridegroom, Mrs. Tom Hoi- in a candlelight install
den of Bunnell, Florida, wore a ation on Thursday evening, May 1 50 50
dress of beautiful green lace 19.. Mrs. Pearl Blakely will conduct W W
with a matching lace Jacket, anda the ceremony at the homeof
white orchid Kathy Knight, North Railroad
corsage. II with & purchaseof
For traveling Mrs. Caudill was l Continued on Page 10) ... with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase coupon
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Announcing. Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon void after

I am a candidate for re-election as Democratic Monday, May 16, 1966 Monday, May 16, 1966 Monday, May 16, 1966
Committeeman, Precinct 2, in the May 24th Pri- ... ... .Till

I have been a life long Democrat. I have served

more than 12 years as Precinct Committeeman and
Chairman of the County Democratic Executive Com-

mittee, an office without salary.I .

am familiar with the duties of the positionand
I feel my experience can be useful in the leader-
ship of the Democratic Party which I feel is very (
important at this time. ;

Your vote and support will be appreciated very 11111111 [

Phone 4373227OPEN

8:00 a.m.-1:00. p.m.

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Subscribe to The F'. tgter Tribune ; Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune, $2.50 Yearly in Advance6'AfJWWWUWW JOSB Lot 4 PARK blk 25 ............__ Griffin Walter P .___ ,2.83Sherlnger

.. . Lot 48ARTESIA.....__ ._..............._ Ralph & Ida 8.99
$2.50 A Teat Ir Advance .". ".rtl'.r,{'. .". "."". .r. . .".r..NNJ\ SUB 40 10 31

I C FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT Lot Lot 6 4 blk blk I 9 9 ::::::::::::::::::: Dompe Johnson, ,A.Q.Lillian I& Phyllis.. 2.83 4.87:

I Lot 3 blk 15 ........._.....- Smith Joel D & Phyl

lis :..?.?...._?..?.??..??.. K 47

WANT I Lot 4 blk 13 ....u............ Padgett, Oveda ...._-_..? 41.9S
I PHONE VAlley 1625 MEASIDR MANOR 26 11 31
SERVICE South 214 acres of lot

Listings under this heading are I ST AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA 14 10 except.............or......bk.......12......pg........26 11 31 1.03! Varn, Claude G. & Mary

3 cents a word, each IDIerUOD.1 Belle .....?..??...._.__ 4.62
75 cents is the Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We South 1% acres of lot .

10 ......................-....-...... 1.50 Creal, Charles & Wads-
FOR SALE-Baby ;d-nd play I are always at your service with promptness safety and worth W. L. Trustee S.03
Part of Gov't lot 7 not
table, $7.50. Jerry's Furnitureand i experience. Included In Sunrise

Appliances. Old Dixie High. Beach Sub bk 48 pg
I Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator 352 except bk 57 pg
way two miles south of Korona. 435 ...... 33 11 31 3.77 England. Minnie ..._._... 5.63

Phone 4373752. May 12, lie I Garcia Funeral HomeP. Part bk !9 o"a"ov'rt"'lot"'f pg 258 ..............or.... 35 11 31 0.08 Forsyth, D. P. Jr. ..._ 13.71.
FOR SALE-Pleasure and roping Lot 11 except R/W AlA

E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director blk 2 ?.?..-...?................ Llndsey. W. H. _..._._..._ 5.41
horse, spirited but gentle, geld. I Part of Gov't lot 1 or

ing. Phone 4373815. 5-12-ltp LADY ASSISTANT ; CJOI.I bk 9 COAST pg 258 ..Mt'B.._...__.._. 38 1 11 31 0.03 Forsyth D. P. Jr 1.76

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ROUSE FOR SALE-CBS con R/W AlA blk 3 ...._ Laing John &: Mar-

garet ..__.______ 34.91
struction, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, NOTICENotice Lots 5 to 20 Inclusive

large Florida room, 2-car carport blk 8 .............................. Laing John &: liar.garet -

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six ((6)) lots, 2 air conditioners I Is hereby sfrnolhfo! on the let a1y of June 1966 at Bunnell.sold Bike 111213.14 ............ Laing.- John --M r:. 30.19garet

and County of Flagler, a. tax will be ....__..........? ... ..... 27.10
Palmetto ? ?
corner of of the following described lands to pay the amount due for taxes COCIIRAN PLACE SUB 1 U 31
Lambert, choice neighborhood. herein let opposite the same together with all cost of such sale and Lots 5-6 blk 2 ....-.......... Gearhardt Kurt A &

all advertllllnK" Katherine .. .. .
$15,500. Phone 437.3215 after 4 DALE B. BROWN. Tax: Collector, Flagler County Florida Lot 5 blk 6 ...._................ Johns Theo! & Helen ?.. 67.28 8.99
Lot 15 ...
lkN'tv George M.
m. May 1219263tc. NW & 74.92
p. wrt Ie SW> 4 % EH
of NWW....................... 19 11 28 120 Tilton W.M. & Pauline 28.29 of SW% of NW% except -
W 4 of SE1/4 & SW r/ ofNEY part Included In
FOR SALE-Glrl's bike, exercise ......__......?..... ....._. 29 11' 29 520 Peterson F. H. ...._........ 121.09 M-S-A 3087 & except
bike 2 lounge chairs mangle !ST. JOHNS DEVELOPMENT COMPANY SUB 13 12 20 the south 1170' & except -
Tr 1 Blk 15 .............._.... 20 12 29 10 Knapp, George Jr. _..... 3.00 part of DaytonaAve
gas dryer, and other household ST JOHNS! new CO SUB..32 13 29 as shown In Pe
S14 tr 1 & tr 3 Blk 6 .... 38 12 29 20 Coppersmith .................... 5.23 tersons Sub .................. 1 12 31 31.55 Lalng. John & Margaret
items. Capital Motel, Korona. Tr 3 Blk 15 ................?.... 3 13 29 20 Nott It. W. & Vertle... 5.23 ......_._.._......._.._ 3.00
Phone 4373202. May 12, 2tp. Tr 1 blk 16 ...................... 3 13 29 20 Nott R. W. & Vertle ...... 5.23 Part of Eof SW% of
IUVONT RY & LAND COMPANY 18 13 zSEU NWVi bk 31 pg 247 .. 1 12 31 4.0 \
.................................... 32 13 29 160 Thlgpin Wlnnlfred & Lalng... ...John.. & Marga-
FOR SALE-3 bedroom, Florida Jones, Nellie ................. 37.28 MODEL LAND CO SUB 1 12 31 re t ........._?....._.._.... Z.6 0
furnIshed LAKE DISTON! PARK SUB 9 14 20 Part of NEK of NEK
room, block house, kitchen Lot 3 blk 2 ................._... Rltts E. II. & Ruby 1.13 east of canal being

air conditioner, corner 1l'U.E..1NS I'AUK sun 9 129 US-SA 3086 ..........?...... 2 12 31 5.35 Lalng John &
Lot 22 blk 2 .................... 9 14 29 Strickland R. L & Dorothy ret ..........._...... Marga-
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Magnolia and Moore, Bunnell .................................... 3.60 MIDWAY PARK 8 12 31 ......__...... 5.65

city limits, walking distance of NEI4 ot SWI4 except Lots 78MOODY ............................ ..Moore. J. C. &: Kathleen 1.69
Book 47 page 182 & SUB 12 12: 31
school. $10,000.00. Phone 4373466. & SEI4 ot 8W% ...... 16 10 30 79 O'Byrne T. F. & Mary 19.92 West 30' lot 8 & all lot

5-5-4tc SEI4 of NW& 8W14ot 10 blk 2 ................-........ Henry. Roger V. et al 71.40

NWI4 & SWI4 ofNE Lots 9-10 blk 6 ............. Sostee Pratt .................
% ........ 120 Jarvis Eugene ? .. 28.89 Lot 26 blk 24 ................ Cowan 120.24
l: 18 ::8 Joseph I ...._....
LIKE TO FISH?-Come to Pelli- NFP4 of NW4 :::::::::::= 40 O'Byrne. r. F. .i"'M r 9.73 Lot 3 blk rJOI3................... Lyon Mollle N. ............ 37.84 4.87
DIXIE IIIGIiWAY PARK 21 It 30<< Lots 7 & parcel
cer Fish Camp. Boats, bait, tackle Lots Blk 19 Marcella, Melllssa .. described in bk 66
camping and picnic area. Nib :i9 NEI4 ....:::::::::::::: 27 11 30( 80 O'Byrne, T. F. & ), r.IIn: 309 blk 49 ..........?....pg..? Alexander Lumber Co. 67.88
Under new management. Rich. Lot Baxley. Catherine '....... 11.97 Or bk 13 pg 427 blk 1.. 12 12 31 0.20 Fonda Charles M & Sue
Lot g :::::::::::::=:::=: Jackson, James & Virginia AMENDED SUB VENICE PARK 12: 12 3t 4.05

ard and Wllda. 4-28-tf .................................. 2.29 Lot 14 blk 68 ................ Johns. Theo & Helen.
Lot 24 .......... .......... ._.... Charles Creal.............. 10.11 Lot 16 blk 68 ............. .. Holden Paul &: Stella. 87.28
SINGER sewing machines. New, Lot 5 .. .. ... Thomas, Pearl Lee ...... 15.72 Lot 22 blk 68 .................. Taylor. E. V. ._. ._..... 91.40.
Lot 26 :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Robinson, Sylvester ... 19.46: Lots 6-7 blk 83 ............ Taylor E. V. .?._.._.?._...... 13.11 4 g7
used, repairs. Call Bob French, Lot 18 ............................_.. Mid-State Homes ..... 23.20 OCEAN CITY 12 12: 31
253.4541 collect. Lot 6 ................_............... Steward Rufus Jr.. & Lot 2 blk B ...................... Kresgly. Eva .._.............. 4.87
Daytona Christine .......................... 18.19 PALM HARBOR 12: 12 31
Lot 17 ".......' '.'.. .........' Brown Willis Jr ........ 17.59 All frac section exceptbk
WANTED-Acreage and lot listings Part of NW% t'NEV4 1 pg
Book 1, 120 2cpt1pBtiouthwe :
or page 3103' &
in Flagler County. Key except or Book 1 terly o f
Associates Inc. Charles page & except or southwesterly bound
Realty book \2 page 251 ........ 31 11 30( 1.65 Hannah Mark & Natalie .

Trad, associate, 69 W. Granada ..181.NOLA..31..11..30Lot .................................... 7.49 NVi ary;, tr of 9 blk canal A..R/W............._. 24 32 12 12 31KKllAY 31 1 9 10 Wood.Mlkulka E. L.Joseph Trustee...!............. 6.56 3.00
Ave. Ormond Beach Florida. KNOJONEM! SUB OK Mutt: in 12 32
2 blk K ...................... 31 11 30 Favors, Hugh .................. 23.20 Lot 1 except R/W SR
March 24, 8tp. Lot 2 blk K ..............._._ Butler James & Minnie 12.57 AlA blk 1 .................... Zilch. W.
....._.._._...... .......................... J. & Gladys .. 79.04
Lot 1 blk E Jones F. 1.32 Lot 8 blk 5 ................_.... > Kessly. Eva .................._
... .... .... ... (93
HOUSE SALE-CBS Lot blk E. ... .. Wilson Z. W. & Rosa 23.20 Lots 23-24 blk 3F ........ Decker Chlola & Mary 74.92
FOR construction Lot 7 blk E Florence 13.84 Lots 23-24 blk ....
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Lot 13 blk EK.OV "::::::::::::::: Toner, Helen M ..:::::::::: 1.69: Lots 1-2 blk 15 12........_..... Nowlckl Llndsey Z.Monroe H. & Zefla& 4.87

large Florida room, 2-car car Lot 3 blk JONES F .....31........11.......30 Thomas. Richard Jr. ........ 3.56 Lot 23 blk 20 ................? Shirley Fuquay ..D.......E.........................._._.. 8.99 4.45
............... .....
six ((6) lots 2 air conditioners Lot 2 blk F. Butler James & Minnie 12.57 Lots 31-32 blk 2......... Kressly. Eva .................. 8.99
port, E ,4 of EH of NWVt .... 32 11 30 40 Herda W. M. & Lucy. 10.73 Lots 1-2-3 blk 29 .......... Long. Waudelle T ...... 66.68
corner of Palmetto and !ST join' UKV sin Lots 1-2 blk 33 .............. I'recht. K. J. ..................
Tr 1 blk 15 ...................... 6 12 30 10 Drought Gladys & Dor- Part of WAS or bk 7pgs 2.82
Lambert. Phone 437.3215 after orthy ................................ 3.60 527-528 ................_.......... 19 12 32 51.427 Wood, Edmond L.
Tr 2 blk 1 ........................ 9 12 30 20 Flagler Cattle BuyersIIKV trustee -
4 p. m. Jan. 20 tf Assoc ...... ......................... 61.22 .........._.......................... 21.52:

---- 1I1. :n:.... : CO !MB 9 12. 30 Lot IOnN.XG"IDE 1 blk 5 ........SUB.............. 19 12 32
FILL DIRT-Call Martin Hardingfor Tr 6 blk C .........._............ 10 :McLeod Gurley & Shel- Lot 3 blk 8 ................. 'Vll on. A. F. 1.78
ba ........................................ 3.60 Weaver Y. C. & Geral-
fill dirt, top soil and shell. TOWN 0V IIUNNELL dine .................?..............._ 3.43
Lot 7 blk 9 ...............-... (lardlnier. George &
Lots 4-5-6-7-8 blk 83 .. Kobylarsk Elizabeth. 86.82 :
Phone 4373669. Jan. 13-TFC Lots 3-4 blk 91 .............. Smith Mattie .................. 23.20 Lot 8 blk 9 ............_........ Josephine ... ...... 4.45
Ilord 8. It & ...
Lots 1-2 blk 92 ............ Wilson Roosevelt ........ 2.62N Lots 5.6 blk 15 ...._._ Doris 3.83
FOR SALE LEASE. OR-RENT IJ lots 1-2 blk 93 Murray Mercedes ........ 8.24 Gardinier, G. E. & Jose.Biks .
phlne ...................... .
Lots 410ll! blk 98 .. McKenzie' H. Estate 11.97 17 thru 26 Ie blk .. ......... 3.42

2-bedroom Florida room, and Lots 1-2-3-12 blk 98 .... McKenzie, W. H. Estate 30.69 32 all .............................. Wood, Edmond L. .
Lots 124 King, .............. 19.36 trustee
carport beach house unfurnish Lots 5-6- ObU.1122l............ Haynes, !Tomas i & Peggy :MOlille MUII ..................................... 30.79

ed. Hurricane fence encloses ...............*..................... 120.49 Lot 33 blk 1 ............-...... 19 12 32 Alexander Lumber
back Lot 3 blk 129 .............._ Parramore, Mae ............. 6.37 Lot as blk 2 .........._..._. Honton n. E. & Co. 66.68
yard. Call 4373472. 2-10-tf Lot 2 blk 130 .................. White Sam ...._.............. 6.37 .........._.........._Elizabeth .......... 5.47
Lot 7, blk 131 ..............- Hubbert, Eatem ............ 6.37 AT'\NTA URACil SUIT 19 12: 32 .
COX's UPHOLSTERY Bunnell Lots 11-12 blk 160 ...._ Hymon, Willie & Rosa Lots 14.15.16 blk 1....._.
.... ..... Pal Parker ..............I.\ .... 25.48
Lee .. ......................._ 27.55 Lots 16 thru 20 blk 4 ..
Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and Lot 7 blk 161 .......__..... I'ouncy F. J. & Elizabeth Lots 21 thru 24 bik 4 Flagler Dev Co Corp. 33.71
deliver all furniture ................_................ 23.80 South 38' of lot 24 & all 'Iagler Co Dev Corp. 6.93 )
free. For Lot 10 blk 165 ...._.......... Thomas Chester & HoLot. lot blk I 5
: sample material and prices on an' ........................................ 3.22 Lots 16 thru 20 blk 6 .. Jo1agler Flagler Co Co Dev Dev Corp Corp_. 31.66 34.31 .I
3 except! !
Lots 13.15 & 21
labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf 1 blk 167 .................._ Ezell.! Italian .................. 20.06 26 bll4 6 I ....:......_....thru-...... Flagler Dev Co I
I.ot 2 blk 168 Kennedy Mary .........:?.. 19.46 Lots 13-15.21.22 blk 11 44.62
'Iagler Co Dev Corp. 4.81
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain Part except lot lA2JsP1 60& Lot 16 thru 20 blk 11 Flagler Co Dev Corp. 5.89
fields installed; snail shell. Reasonable except or bk 4 pg 570 Lots 29-30 blk E..........
blk 173 Dale. H. A. & Annie .. 204.62 Part ot tr 8 bk 58 Bodian John .................. 1.13

I prices. Call George Ja- Lots Frac 9-10-11-12 lots 4-5-6-7 blk blk 199 Sheltteld L. S. Jr ....__ 11.97 2115 blk D..................pg.... 4 13 31 0.13 Baker Pauline .............. 27.55
roz, ID 7-3410 8-1-tf TOWN 010' VOUETT.\ 1 13 31
261 Florida Planters .. 8.84
"' of NEI6 &
Frac lots 9-10 .i blk 265HIWITI. Smith I ; drover C & Minnie 8\ f/of E of NE'/4 17 13 31
.........._.......................... 1.73 /4 30 Prestige Builders Inc 8.09
The north 85.0' of parcel
described In or NOTICENotice
FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO. bk 6 pg 289 blk D.... 14 12 30( 0.24 Hall. Oscar Jr ...._.......... 4.76

LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, LAKE TERRACE SUB 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
WATER FRONT, FARMS, H/W US Highway No. herein set opposite l same, together with o
ACREAGE 1 blk K .......................... Decker Chlols D. & will be sold at public auction on teoflt ala of and June advertising
Marlyn .............................. 96.09LINCOLN at the office of the City Tax: Collector in the Civic Center Bulldlnr 1966
See us for your real estate need HEIGHTS !!l'1I II 12 30 beginning at 10:00 o'clock A. M., in the City of.Bunnell
I Lot 4 blk 4 ...................... Daniels. Blddle et 11.1.. 11.97 Florida Flagler County -
Office 'Phone HE 9.2242 Lots 2-3 blk 5 ................ Warren Lula Theresa

Residence Phones ID 7.3691 Osborne ................_.......... 12.57 Lot 9. block 89 ......................_........._ B & P. IncStandard .............._......_...... 2.45
:\ .:LI. DEV (0 st-u is 12: so<< Lots 34. block 91 ................_..._....... Homes Inc. ...... 19.10
or ID 7.3517I I'art of tr 27 or bk 14 Lots 5-6 block 91 ......................_..... Gladys Davis ........ ......_........ 19.10
.... pg 356 blk C.............. 15 12 30 1.0 Wlmberly James R. .. 12.57 Lots 1-2. block 92 ........._._......_._ Roosevelt Wilson *..._........... 3.56
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I BL'NNEi.IIO9IESITES 13: 12: 30 N L 4 93 ...*. Nealle Beal ..._ ,,
I Lot 24 blk 1 .................... Pallvada AdamUnderwood ?.._...... .'4 HW IOtll.li.lbl.oc.block 93 :::::=: Hazel Emanuel .:::::::::::::::!_!. 3.38 4.98:
Lot 14 blk 4 ................ Joe & Annie NEV lots 1112. block 83Lots .._.._..... Eliza Davis ......... 6.20
. i ..........................._..._._ 1.54 12349101112. block 98 .... W. H. McKenzie Estate"."... 20.95
I' HASTINGS MATTRESS ; ncx\I.:.... DKV co si'n 22: 12 30 Lots 1101112. block 124 ................ Riley King .. 8.00
Part of E\4 tr 3 bk 47 Lots 5-6 block 124 .........._....?.......... Thomas S. & 46.85
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS pg 69 blk B ..... 2.16 Pallvada Adam .......... 5.09 Lots 125 .......................... W. C. & Mary eggBrHeynes 19.10
71012 Lemon St. Tr 1 NV4 tr i'.F 77-Dockock1{ ................................. 'Inner J. & Elizabeth Poun-

tr 10 fkofAt 6 east cy ............_......._._........__ 19.70
I Palatka, Florida of la .. 23 12 30 50 Morin, Phil J .................. 13.17 Lot 11 leas frac. block 173 .......... H. A. & Anna Dale ......._ 117.89
TOWN OF III PONT Lots 5678. block 199 ...._..._..._ L R. & Alma Sheffield ......
Phone EA 5-9166 Lot 7 blk 94 .....-.......... Marlon. Phil J .............. .94 Lots 9-10-11-12, block 199 .. ......., L.S Alma Sheffield 35.35
Furnltu-x Upholstering Lots 10-11 blk 99Lots ...?... Marion Phil J ........._.. .94 Lots 5-6-7-8, block 202 _.....??:......,. PhJ11."tra r ................ 8.00 4.10:
Repaired & Refinished 9-10 Sblt4\ ). Marlon. Phil J ....-....-.... .94 Lot 7. frac. block 261 _........_.._....__ Unknown ................_...._........ 1.53
ST ( SUIT 30 12: 30 Lots 58-59. Keystone Clarence L.
Mattresses & Box Springs Tr 1 blk 11 .................... 31 12 30 10 Benton Mable K .......... 3.00 Part tracts 3-. block C. leahtJ 30, & Ruth Parrlah 2.45
,. Made w Order. Also Renovated niTFONT: RAILWAY A LAND CO Sl'llHH 19 13 30 Bk 54, Pg 181 ..................._._.._.. Carl & Charlotte Bratcher 17.45
t of SH of SBH ...._ 31 13 30 40 Kout H. H. Trustee .... 28.82 Lots t.tt:1: \? 'ifkRDXeU:,
Call Laura Morris 437-3233 JOHNSON IIKACH 20 10 31 of I
race Sub. .............................. ..
'\' After 6:00 P. M. Lot 19 blk 3 .... Larue, George & Mary 1.57 ..._ ..__. Chlots D. & :Marlyn Decker 79.50()
Lot 19 blk 7 ::.==: Y. ... ._ 1.57: Lots .3bl block 2. Lincoln Hts Sub Ed Lucy .
t.; l PRICES REASONABLE. Gov't lots 3-4-6 ...__. 33 10 31 131 Harris Tob athis PierceJlF.RXANDEZ Lot 4, 4, Lincoln Hta. Sub. Rufus Daniels &dfctd? : Ver- J'35

BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. Estate ...-........................ 116.22 line Gwendolyn & Joyce
. J GRANT 40 12 31 Daniels ._... ,_..........._._ g
Just as near as your Bk 40 pg 39 _.._? ..._.. 1.99 White, J. HDompe. '...."....... ..... 2.S3 Lot 9. block 4. Lincoln Hta. Sub. Gladys Mills : :: s'jS:41
Phone or Post Office Bk 68 pg 331 _._-._..- 6.79 A. G. & Phyllis i 8.99 Lot 14, block 4. Bunnell Homesttes Joseph &t Annie Underwood 623
Drop Us A Card or Call Bk g27 4fi'477 & bk 30 Tracts 2324. block C. ? 14 13 30 H. E. Olson( Elmer W. &
bk 65pg
r p Zelma F.. Olson
Free Pick-up & Delivery 388 : 3.55 Glass T. R. Estate ...... 26.68MAGNOLIA Part tract 27, block C 15 12 SO James R. Wimberly _:.=.:::::.'. 14.48:s 6
c.A MANOR 40 10 31 Mrs. Nancy C. Rodgers, City Tax Collector, City of Bunnell. Florida


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Emphysema bout this growing health probe conservation and land management The Florida Canners Association In the United States the commercial

lem, the National Tuberculosis Conservation of our soil Winter Haven, representsall I I development of strawberries
A G rowing Assn. is offering a free booklet, and water resources should con the citrus processing plants: has come principally

"Your Breathing Troubles Understand cern everyone, because all of us In Florida producing frozen concentrated i since the Civil War and most

Health ProblemThe Them, Face Them, are dependent on them In one citrus juices, canned I strawberry varieties now grown
Treat Them." Address NTA, c/o way or another for our llvli- citrus juices, chilled citrus pro .. have originated within the past
word comes down to us General Post Office, Box 2400, hood and well being. God has ducts and citrus by.products. 55 years.
from the ancient Greeks, and it New York, N.Y. 10001. given us stewardship over the

means "Inflation. But it's no lands and we are obliged to pre. I
mere economic disorder. It's a serve these lands and leave
major disease of the lungs. I Bunnell Methodist them as near the same as pos I I,I

The word emphysema. Although sible for future generations. :\
doctors have known about ChurchRev. The horn of plenty which we'
it for a long time, peopleIn are enjoying today has lulled us THANK
I :
Oliver F. Pastor
general 'have only graduallybeen Into believing there will never

learning. The number of God's Green Earth be a shortage of good farm landto J YOU!
people now suffering from em God has given unto us the produce our needed food and
physema isn't precisely known, earth and the fullness thereof. fibre. But our needs are Increasing -I
but it ranks second among dis Today we enjoy the bountiful year by year while our tillable -
eases for which disability bene harvest, and know the Joy of the soil Is declining. This may
fits are granted under the Social land. With each privilege comesa very well result in a Crisis In
Security Act. responsibility. We live in the Countryside in a few short

rural America and the years.
see productivity
What about that "inflation"?
of the harvest, yet we There is a need for concern by
The word is an accurate description
know that the land can be used everyone. And there Is a crying
of what inside the
chest cavity.happens Emphysema victims up. As we take from the land we ned for leadership on all levels, I pledge to perform the duties of Comp-
must return unto the land. Soil from local through state and na
-most of them are men over
stewardship is a condition of tional. Each of us can help by
45-experience a breakdownof I of Florida with a dedication and
God's laws which enable us to I I assuming leadership or by help
the countless tiny air sacs and
enjoy a good harvest. There is : ing to pick and support leaders
I humility that will
blood vessels in their lungs. As something of God in his creation : who will seriously undertakethe bespeak more eloquentlythan
the condition progresses, the
and must his stewardship of our soil and
lungs swell, lose their elastic handiwork.we Let us never respect forget water resources. We must pre. I words of my appreciation for the con-
ity and fall to do a proper Job. I
vent the impending Crisis In the
how our religion isinterwoven
Breathing becomes a difficult into God's creation and the Countryside.One I fidence and trust you have placed in me.
task, and the condition usually
green earth which sustains and :
gets worse.
the bountiful life.
Emphysema comes on gradu of the most comprehen /
ally, often unsuspected for a I works how manifold are thy sive collections of printed ma. :
in wisdom hast thou '
considerable time. The cause terial on Florida can be foundin
made them all the earth is full ?
isn't known for certain, but the Florldiana Collection In
many victims have had frequentor of thy riches." Psalm 104:24.: the Mills Memorial Library at *' PaId?political'adv.rtitm! .nf.paid for by the Dickinson
for Comptroller of Florida CommltfM.
long lasting coughs caused by Rollins College.

colds or bronchitis. Heavy cigarette SOIL STEWARDSHIP .
smoking, though not definitely
WEEK MAY 15-22
a cause, doesn't help a bit
The same is true of polluted air. "CRISIS IN THE COUNTRY
The chief symptom of emphysema SIDE" is the theme of Soil
is shortness of breath after I Stewardship Week to be observed
no special exercise.So during May 15-22,1966 in the A bedroom phone.
far no cure is known for Flagler Soil and Water Conser
this disease, but doctors can doa vation District.
lot for the sufferer if his condition The purpose of observing Soil To get away from it all.
is detected and treated Stewardship Sunday and Soil !

early.To. Stewardship Week is to emphasize -,
And it all done.
help spread knowledge a- the importance of good soil get

,. THANK YOU II shut out the noise. The crowd\ '

I want to express my appreciation to all our To plan. Discuss.
friends for their votes and their support in reelecting
me to the Flagler County School Board for '

another four year term.I 'Settle things in peace and quiet.A .

promise to continue working for better
schools and to do always what I think best for the
bedroom It's the
boys and girls in our schools. phone. answer. ,

Most MYRTLE Sincerely C. RICE, To lots of things.

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(What else that costs so little gives you so much ?)

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.for your overwhelming vote of confidence in

. electing me State Senator to serve the 11-County _

16th Senatorial District. Words cannot fully ex- -

press my sincere appreciation to those who gave

encouragement, to those who gave so freely of

time and talent and to those who gave support at

the polls. In return I renew my pledge to give you

fair and effective representation as your Senator.D. @ Southern Bell

(Pd. Political Adv.)

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Guests of Roy Gordon over the MERCER FAMILY Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune, $2.50 Yearly in Advance
1.fl past weekend was his son, Roy HOLDS REUNIONON I
and Lana Gordon and young MAY FIRST
daughter of Oxford, Florida. I
From Page 7 his Includehis The annual Mercer Family Reunion
Also houseguests I
street. daughter and son in law, Mr. was held at the home of BROWN & BROWN INC.
i This will also be a Progressive and Mrs. Phugh and son of Ken Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Mercer
Super and will begin at 6:30: at i tucky. 'at Tomoka Estate at Ormond INSURANCE:
I the Knight home. All planning I Beach on Sunday, May first.
to attend are asked to call Betty The group Included the families
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. E.
Jo Seale at,437.3223 by May 18. of John Christopher and Se-
Holden during the weekend In. OUR PHONE NUMBER IS
I I Officers to be installed are leta Mercer of Baxley, Georgia.
eluded Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cannon included the families of
Betty Jo Seale, president; Bette They
McDaniel, Treasurer; Shirley of Scranton, Pa. Mrs. Can their children Leona Story, Liz 437-3394
Chambers, Secretary; and Freda I non Is the Holden's niece. They zie SeDessle, Carrie Alford, '
left Tuesday for a visit to south Ii
Deen, program chairman. Pauline Horten, Lee Mercer,
Florida and the Bahama Islands,
Frank Mercer, and John Henry
and will on their return
John Campbell has returnedto stop I Mercer.
his home here from the Vet- trip for a short visit. Dinner was served at 1 o'clockto
earns Hospital In Lake City 92 who wereregisteredFLAGLER 24 HourWrecker
where he received medical treat Those enjoying Mother's Day Service
ment. visits with Mrs. Dell Miller Sun COUNTY !
day at Midway Park Included: CLUB TO MEET I
Y. W. A. GIVES A Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller of THURSDAY Flagler Truck,& Tractor Co.MASSEYFERGUSON ,
Mr. and Mrs.H. .
MOTHERDAUGHTERCOCACOLA Fernandina ; The Flagler County Shrine
PARTY D. Combs and children of Ar- Club will meet Thursday night 'I
Members of the Y. W. A. of the tesia Park; Mr. and Mrs. Bobby for a dlmwrmeetrng-atthe Flag Grove Farm Industrial Equipment

First Baptist Church gave a Lane of Espanola.Mr. ler Woman's Club building VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
Mother-Daughter Coca-Cola par The dinner is to be served at
ty Monday evening at the homeof I 7:30. i iI Owner Bunnell, Florida

Mrs. Diane Yelvington, Colony and Mrs. Norman Miller --. I
Park. The honored guest for the and family of the T Double L ---- --- -

affair was Mrs. Charles Anders, Ranch spent Mother's Day i in I S 1V
wife of the New Pastor. Crescent City with the Prices.
Spring flowers were arrangedin
the rooms and the theme was
used in the refreshments.A Mrs. Walter Knight, Mrs. Tom !
skit was presented by Ann my Durrance and Rebecca and :
Hugus and Kathy Emery. The Leona Ann Durrance were in i
mothers were presented with Tampa Monday and Tuesday, '
gifts made by the members of guests of Mr. and Mrs. Horace
the Club. Locke. ] a y

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mirror and shatter-resistant inside mirror. Always check both mirrors before pulling out to pass.

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snapping up buys on -
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I am humbly grateful 1 for the The getting's been better.
never (red-stripe tires, special flat-
vote given me Tuesday in my success And your Chevrolet dealer's cornering suspension and floor-
giving the. May buys that are mounted shift are standard).Just
ful candidacy for election to the Florida making it that way. Buys on all drop in, pick out the new

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