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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: May 19, 1966
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
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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).
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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. 20 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 19. 1966 2.60 A YEAR
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Flagler Beach I SCIENCE CLASSESCONDUCTED We Continue Our DEADLINE FOR Race Track Money

ON A MEDICARE is

Park To ReceiveImprovements TOUR WEDNESDAYThe Support Of Gov. I I, APPROACHINGThose Increases Over

Bunnell High School Haydon Burns with parents, grand Last YearState
Science Classes of Mrs. Rosemary I I parents or other relatives over

The State Cabinet has com Brown were conducted on a conservation EDITORIAL COMMENTIn the age of 65 were urged todayto Comptroller Fred O.
mitted $15,318 to the Florida tour on Wednesday of the April 14, 1960 issue of make a final check on the (Bud) Dickinson, Jr., today an-
Park Board for new constructionat last week by T. W. Robinson, the Flagler Tribune we gave our medicare status of these indi nounced the distribution of $2-
Flagler Beach State Park. Conservationist with the Soil endorsement of "Our Neighbor", viduals. 412,000 in racing tax revenue to
State Parks Director Bill Mill Conservation Service. Also on Mayor Haydon Burns of Jacksonville According to Mell D. Eadie, Florida counties.
er said the funds will be addedto the tour were Mr. Reid Wentz I who was at the time social security district manager I The May distribution, Dickinson
$982 already released for the and some of his vocational agricultural i campaigning for the office of in Dayona Beach, some older said, represented an increaseof

project, providing a total budgetof students. Governor of Florida. people in the area have not yet $268,000 over the May 1965
$16,300. The students visited the farmsof I I Now on the eve of the second applied for coverage under the distribution.By .

Part of the funds will be usedto Charles Cowart, Jr., J. B. Pel- primary of 1966 we are continuing new hospital and medical insurance law, the racing tax moneyis
build a beachfront buildingthat licer, and Ford & Pelllcer where our whole hearted endorse. programs. And the dead. distributed in equal shares to
will include a concession they were shown such soil and ment and support of Governor lineMay 31st-Is approaching. Florida's 67 counties.
area, restroom and dressingroom water conservation practices as Haydon Burns who is campaign. Eadies pointed out that indi Dickinson said the current distribution
facilities with showers. I land leveling, drainage ditches ing for reelection to a four year viduals 65 and older may be will send $36,000 to
remainder will be used for I and water control structures. term of office as Governor.We covered under medicare even if each county. That is $4,000 more
The
water and drain lines and bulk. ''I They also observed potato harvesting feel that Governor Burns they are not eligible for month. than was received in the distribution .
and earth work. machines In operation. has brought a fresh new busi ly social security benefits. lie I a year ago.
heading
Plans have been completed by I Perhaps the highlight of the ness approach to the business of added, however, that the cover The current allocation, Dickinson .
architect, Cralgthorn, of St. Aug. tour was the student's firsthand of state and that he has proven age is not automatic and requires reported, brings the total
, ustine. Advertising for bids will observation of potatoes being his ability to serve as Governor the filing of a simple application distribution to counties for the
washed, graded and loaded for through the accomplishments of before the deadline.He fiscal year to $17,956,000. That
begin shortly.The
project Is part of a $35,000 shipment to market at the Deen his 17 months as Governor.We also cautioned younger amounts to a total of $268,000for
now un Packing House, owned and op- are also strongly opposedto family members to make certain each county and an Increasefor
improvement program
derway at ,this park. erated by Bill and Curtis Deen. the efforts of out of state In. that social security beneficiarieshave the fiscal period of $24,000per
Curtis was on hand to explain terests who have paid workers in returned the medical Insurance county.
each step in the operation. our state working for the elec. enrollment card mailedto

Burns Committee lion of Governor Burns nnnn. everyone over 65 on the social
Cancer Crusade nent. We feel that the businessof security and railroad retirementrolls. RegistrationOffice

Plans Tour Of electing a Florida Governor I "Failure to file an application -
Goes Over The should be the business of the on time, or return the enrollment Open On
qualified voters of Florida. card, may be costly,"
County Monday Quota SetThe Eadie noted. Saturday MorningSupervisor

Members of the Burns Com Bunnell Methodist The social security office will
mittee voted to stage a "Burns final report made today continue to remain open on Sat of Elections Mary
Tour" of the county on Monday by the Cancer Crusade Chairman ChurchRev. urday morning from 8:00: a. m. Smith said today her office will
afternoon. A sound truck and Evelyn Cook, said the total I to 12:00: noon. for the convenience be open Saturday morning from
cars will tour all areas of the amount collected for the final Oliver F. Taylor. Pastor I of those still working.lCommissioners 8:30: to 12 for the convenience \
county.All report was $679.87 for Flagler GRADUATION of those who will not be In the
those wishing to join In County. The quota set for the Where do I go from here? i county on election day, to vote
' the tours areinvited to-meet on Crusade wa. $500.00... This .is a good'-.q\H8t1on, Nov To an absenteeballot..- .- 1I
Railroad street between Lambert The County Cancer Society of our local graduates can real. She also stated that anyone
Avenue and Moody Boulevard at President Bette McDaniel and ly know where life will lead Assist Summer wishing to vote an absentee bal-
one thirty. the Crusade Chairman Evelyn them on its eventful Journey. I lot and could not make the
They also held a meeting last Cook, said they wished to express School has not given you ready Recreation morning 'hours may call her at
night at the Bunnell Civic Cen their appreciation to all made answers to all questionsof I her home and she will make arrangements
ter to hear Bill France of the those who participated in the life. In fact, you may find I The Bunnell City Commission. to meet them at the
NASCAR raceway in Daytona Crusade and those who gave or very few answers from your I I ers agreed to assist in securing office.
Beach who is working in the In. had any part in making the Crusade past .that will 'apply to your new supplies for the summer recreation
terest of reelecting Governor so successful. found position in an adult world. program at their Monday( ,
Burns. All supporters of Govern. Your teachers did not expectto evennig meeting. They also voted Kenneth D. Herring

or Burns and those who voted for Club Goes On give you all of the answers. to secure a manager for the
other candidates in the first primary They only expected to teach you soft ball league. Employed Principal
are invited to participatein I Summer ScheduleAt how to think, how to approachlife They also voted to make Lambert I I I
all the functions. with a wider, fuller back. street at Bay on the west I'Of Bunnell SchoolKenneth
its meeting Tuesday evening ground that you may be better sale a 3-way stop street. Bay has
May 17, in the Municipal equipped to face life. However, been a two way stop at the railroad D. Herring has been
Three Teachers Building, Flagler Beach, the this is not to imply that facinglife crossing for some time and employed as Principal of the
Flagler Senior Citizens Club voted is some sort of a drudgerous they are adding the stop on west Bunnell High School.. He will

Finance Officer to hold only one regularly ordeal, but to say to you thatlife's side of Bay also. replace Principal Benton F.
scheduled They voted to advertise for Clifton who has resigned effective
meeting each month sea on which you now embark
during June, July and August. is an exciting new adven bids on a welding machine with upon the termination of his
ResignThe The club normally meets twice ture which can be enjoyed to the bids returnable June 6 meet. present contract.Mr. .
Is native of Ab-
monthly. These meetings will be the fullest. In order that you Ing. Herring a
Board of Public Instruc In the clubroom on the' first may know the best, my prayer I byville, Alabama. lie has served
tion at their meeting Tuesday of Tuesday evening of the month. for you is the same that Paul SUPT. COY HARRIS the past ten years as principalof
last week accepted with regretsthe Gorda School. He
the Punta
Daytime outings and 'other activities wished for Timothy. "Stir up the RECEIVES MASTERS
resignations of three teach. has his S. and Masters
which the club may plan gift of God that Is in thee ." B. degrees
ers and the School Board finance DEGREE APRIL 23 from Auburn University. He is
for the summer will be decided II Timothy 1:16.:
officer. married and has four children.Mr. .
upon at these meetings. Superintendent Coy G. Harris
Principal Benton F. Clifton of There were 38 members and CO TO THE POLLS I Jr., said today he had received Herring will begin his duties
the Bunnell High School resign. several weeks to the
guests present at the meeting TUESDAYAND his Masters Degree from the prior
ed to accept a position with the Tuesday. In addition to routine VOTE FOR YOUR I Florida Atlantic University in fall school term.BICYCLE .

State Department of Education business which came before the CHOICE Boca Raton on April 23.
as Health coordinator, Supt. Coy I club, the group discussed the BUT VOTEI I Mrs. Harris and daughter,
Harris said. purchase of additional tables, Better than 72 percent of the Catherine were there to attend I SAFETY
W. Reid Wentz, vocational ag
also song books, but no action Flagler County Voters went to the ceremony.
riculture teacher and dean of CHECK AND RODEOAT
will be taken until more infor the polls in the May 3rd pri
students at the Bunnell High
mation on costs can be secured. I mary. Flagler county was one of PUBLIC MEETING BUNNELL HIGH
School has positionas
accepted a
The club extended a welcominghand the highest in percentage of
assistant principal of a Sara. WILL BE HELD The Bunnell High Student Association
to newly-wed membersMr. voters in the state Let's make it I
sota school. His resignation will will Bicycle
and Mrs. Gilbert Krier who the highest in percentage in the FRIDAY NIGHTMrs. sponsor a
be effective at the terminationof Check and Rodeo Fri
Safety on
were joined in matrimony earlierin state by going out Tuesday and
his 1965.66 contract. Parker said 20th from 1:303:15p.
Irma a public day, May : :
the day. Mrs. Krier is the breaking our own record.
Mrs. Dorothy Yelvington, first former Mrs. Amelia Gilbert. meeting of the Flagler Com m. on the school campus. Stu.
grade teacher of the Flagler REV. BROOKS WILL munity Action Agency Inc., will dents in grades 1.6 are Invitedto
Beach School, resigned effectiveat BUDDY TAYLOR be held at the Flagler County participate in t he event Student
the end of post planning on SPEAK SUNDAY AT Courthouse on Friday evening at Association members will
June 6. She goes to Eau Gallic RECEIVES HISB. COMMUNITY CHURCHRev. 7 p. m.The check bicycles for safety features .
to join her husband Andy Yel S. DEGREE Shelton Brooks will sup. I purpose of the meeting is after which the students
vington who is employed there. Buddy Taylor son of Mrs. ply the pulpit for Rev. R. W. for discussions for the projects will ride their bicycles througha
Miss Celia Joyce Emery, finance Louise Taylor of Flagler Beach, Dickert this Sunday morning at under the program of economic riding course. Reflective tape
omcer in the office of the received his B. S. Degree at the the. Community Memorial Opportunities. It is a non polit will be applied to ,the rear of
Superintendent of Public In. Florida Atlantic University in Church, Flagler Beach. His topicat i ical and non religious meetingand each bicycle entered. Parentsare
structlon, resigned effective May Boca Raton on April 23, 1966. the eleven a. m. worship I everyone is urged to attend. requested to allow studentsto
31, 1966. Mr. Harris said she will Mrs. Taylor went down to attend service will be "Was It Sea I The meeting will be in the bring their bicycles to schoolon
be employed in Putnam County. the graduation ceremonies. Worthy?" courtroom of the Courthouse. Friday.





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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, May 19, 1966Cousteau's

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New He made extraordinary film record cation of our senses Is the almost stand one another.A Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune

of their achievements in complete disappearance of cryogenerator circulated the SiSO A Year In Advance

th near-blackness of the deep. smells. Most of us complain we gases that the men breathed,
Undersea Film IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
The oceanauts' most Incredible can't taste food." froze out carbon dioxide and FLAKIER COUNTY FLORIDA
and dehumidified IN CHANCERY NO. S2T8
feat was erecting a huge oil- other noxious gases, Antoinette Newton Holderness.
PresentedFrench Lived in
Was Sphere house. Plaintiff,
from their the undersea
well head downslope vs.
Cousteau's oceanauts
oceanauts have boldly undersea home. They did the Job descended Captain into the Mediterranean Bad weather hampered the Lat experiment Wayne George Holderness.Defendant.

advanced the conquest of the sea faster than riggers can on land, 17 1965. They in its early stages. NOTICE TO DEFEND
on September er another storm struck, threat THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
by living 'and working on the proving that divers can handle remained below 21 days, 17 Wayne George Holderness
cables that
the
ocean floor for three weeks with heavy equipment at twice the ening to snap U Hartadale Road
minutes. On
hours. and 16 surfacing to Rochester New York.
out surfacing.The depth heretofore possible. 3 transmitted life-giving power You are hereby notified that a
had %
to
they undergo the men below.Continued suit has been filed against you In
six divers functioned of the above entitled you
days decompression.The
Captain Cousteau reports on To Page 5 iea
deeper In the sea-370 feetthanever are hereby required to yor answer
with the Clerk of this Court
the experiment In the April
before attempted. They bat oceanauts' combined home NOTICE and to serve a copy thereof upon

tled extreme cold, perpetual National Geographic. He com workshop was a 140-ton sphere, Notice I I Is hereby given I that pursuant the plaintiff or plaintiff'address* rforney.
to motion I duly made, seconded whose name and
night storms and equipment mented: "If the oceanauts could 18 feet in diameter. An upper and carried by the Board of FRANK D. UPCHURCH. JR.

man a wellhead at 370 feet, County Commissioners of Hagler 600 Exchange Bank Building
failures to carry out a crucial leved contained kitchen, dining County Florida at a Regular St. Augustine, Floridanot
in workers living in undersea stations room and data-gathering equip Meeting of said Board held on the later than June 11th, A. D. 1966.
new project Captain Jacques.
could handle other 2nd day of May 1966. Inspectors If you fall to do 10, decree pro
Yves Cousteau's long-term mission many ment. On the lower level were and kr'each Election confesso will be entered against
Jobs, such as mining, marine District or ITeclnct In Flagler you for the relief demanded In the
to open up the-sea to work bunkroom, shower, lavatory, anda County Florida were appointedand bill of complaint, The nature of

ing man stock farming, and hydroarche- hatch opening into the pitch- voting/ places or polling placesfor said suit being for divorce
The marine sciences each Election District or Precinct WITNESS my hand and seal of
What Cousteau called a ology. black sea. In Flagler n t'eI' said Court this 10th day of May
could be revolutionized by investigators were designated for SecondPrimary A D. 1966.OrUclal .
"tough, "tricky" experimenttook Election to be held on ( Seal E. A. SMYTHE
place in the Mediterraneanoff residing in laboratoriesfor The sphere's ties to the surface Tuesday the 24th day of Mayt A. D19b6. ; I of said Circuit Court

below present-day diving access were limited to power and the said Board of County By Julia R. Harvey
France's Cap Ferrat and is Commissioners of Flagler County Deputy Clerk.
." communication cables. The Florida, having appointed the following May 12-19-26 & June 2-4tcIV
the subject of the National Geographic
Inspectors I
Working below 300 feet was oceanauts were out of reach of / named persons as
Society's fourth true life and Clerks respectively and hav- THE CIRCUIT COURT, 1EVEVT1I -
not easy, however. At that depth, compressed-air divers. The famed ing designated the following votingor JllliriAI CIRCUIT IN
television Election. ANI) FOR FLAKIER COUNTY,
adventure in the current polling places for said I,
body warmth Is lost 77 times Consteau diving saucer visit- Precinct Vo. I FLORIDA. IV CHANCERY JkO.R22I .

season. faster than in normal atmos ed them often, but "the only : Vote Room In 1 In the Flakier County County Commissioners Court- I II I RETTA MAE OUSLEY

Brilliantly PhotographedThe phere. The divers could not hand it could lend was its cold I hOIl,E'. Bunnell Florida. I Plaintiff
Woods, Geneva Hodgt'rI'I.Fvl'lyn .
Pearl
color film "World of Jac smoke, because tobacco refusesto steel claw." 'ook, Myra Wadaworth. Inspectors RICHARD FRANK OUSLEY.

ques-Yves Cousteau," producedin stay lit. Water, for tea and coffee Since the nitrogen content of : Beatrice Precinct White Vo. 2 Clerk. NOTICE TO Defendant.:APPEAR

association with David L. could not be brought to a air is lethal at 11 atmospheres, Vote In the Flagler Beach Recreation THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
Center Flagler Beach, Flor- RICHARD FRANK OUSLEY
J
Wolper, was presented on the the oceanauts breathed a combination Ida. whose residence and Post Office

CBS Television Network.Clnematographer boil.Tactile senses were affected. of helium and oxyg n- Maxine Kelly, Edna Farnsworth, address are unknown.
I Helen Hindelar, Irene Masemore. In- You are hereby O I dfttl t asuit
Philippe Cou Reported one diver: "I feel a "heliox" for short. Breathing sprtors.; Doris Fllklns. Clerk.Precinct i for divorce has against -
No. 3 you In the above entitled
steau, 24, who has dived at his kind of perspiration, all over my hellox turned the divers' voices Vote In Community Hall Haw cause and you are hereby required

father's side since he was 4, was I body. But when I wipe my fore into high-pitched squeaks. Days Creek.Taudy Flagler Bowden County Mae Heifer Florida, Barbara to.torney serve whose upon name Plaintiffs and address At-

one of the six French oceanauts. head, it is dry. Another modifi passed before they could under- I (Codv Inspectors; Doris Tucker t leIf hereon your written de

_._ Clerk. any to the Bill of Complaint
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Precinct No. S-l in said !!suit on or before
Vote In Church Hall Korona the llth day of June 1966, else

I -. ",1<>_." d""" ..., ,,,, ......." > .-:1; I FUgler County Florida ,.,_ _,_ I decree pro confesso. will be entered
against
; Antoinette Slovak, Mary anzunin.Alice you.WITNEHS
i Lyslak, Inspectors; Sophie my hand and seal of.
JOIN WITH Smlglelskl, Clerk said Court this 5th day of May,
I Precinct N... 4 I1fi6
Vote In t't. Johns I'urk Community (SEAL) E. A SMYTHE
Hall St Johns, Park, Flagler Clerk of said Court
County, Florida. By Julia R. Harvey
Joan Hirper: Alleen Harding. WADswon.flfPuty Clerk
The Committee Working :Mary Harding., Inspectors, Dorothy W L.
Salvtrds., Clerk. P. O. BOX 896
Precinct No. --.\ BUNNELL. FLORIDA
k s Vote on Masonic Hall, Bunnell, Attorney for Plaintiff
Flaglir/ County Florida May 12-19.26 & June 2-4te:
Amorette Wells Jennie Green.
-'i1 i; forE Grace Wrnv. Inspectors; Nina NOTICE OF REQUEST! FOR BIDS

SpHev. Clerk Notice Is hereby given that the
. rreclnct No. :6 East Flagler Mosquito Control District
Vote In Community Hall, Espunola. Board of Commissioners Flag-
I Flugler County, Florida ler Beach, Florida, will accept
:Miulfe McKenney. Betty Dur- sealed bids at the office located 7
TheREELECTION rante llendi Pelllcer Inspectors: miles north of Flagler Beach Pieron
I Agnes West Clerk Highway AlA, up to and until
l'reelncto.. S-A: 6:00 o'clock P M on Tuesday May
V lb Vote In Johnson Building. AlA 10, 1966, or postmarked prior to
aa Highway Marlneland. Florida that date and time, for the follow-
3 Ruth Woods Ruth Yelvington Ing equipment .
a;. Opal Belgrave, Inspectors; Coley D OVE: U) NEW THERMAL
:Mitchell. Clerk. \1.nOilOI.! FOG CtEVERATOR
By order of the Board of County Any bid received or presented
Commissioners of Flagler County, after 6:00 o'clock P. M on Tuesday,
Florida in regular meeting Ht Bun- May 10, 1966 will be returned un-
nell Hagler, County, Florida, this opened to the t:dder.
__ 2nd day of May A. D. 1966.
Sealed bids will be opened at ameeting
ALFRED R TUCKER of the Mosquito ControlBoard
of the Board of
Chairman at the office at 5;00 P. M.
OF County (''ommieloners Florida of Wednesday, May 11th 1966.
Flagler County
Specifications and information tohldd..r
COMMISSIONERS :
ATTEST AND COUNTY
may be obtained by bona
SEAL AFFIXED:
:
tide bidders upon request to Mr.Lyman .
K A. SMYTHB. Clerk Commissioners L. Gage, P. O. Box 43, Flag-
Board of County -
lear Beach or telephone No. 439-
of Flagler/ County. Florida 2088.
GovernorHaydon May 19! -UcIV
The Board reserves the right to
THE ('Iit'I'LT COURT, KVKNTII I reject any and all bids and to
JI'lJlrI.U. ('IIU'I'IT. IVAVI waive any Informalities in bidding,
) FOIl KL.Af.M4H COUVTY, I with or without cause and/or to
FLORID, IV IIAN'tn CAK accept any bid In whole or In
NO. :32NDGEORGIA part, that In Its Is the
E. lowest and BEST bid reme; Interests
BurnsWe ROYAL.Plaintiff, of the District.

-VII- EAST FLAOLER MOSQUITO
STUART LEE ROYAL. CONTROL DISTRICT

I Defendant. George Moody, Chairman.
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NOTICE TO APPEAR
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF
STUART LEE ROYAL 'I.AH.Eft OUNTY. FLORID
I lUll McLeod Rond IV CIIAftCFHY No. 626$.
Valdosta Georgia HARRY c DK GROTT,
feel he has earned You are hereby notified that a PlaintiffBETTY
a suit for divorce has been filed against VII.
you in the above entitled DE OROTT.
cause and you are hereby requiredto Defendant.
serve upon Plaintiffs Attorney, NOTICE TO DEFEND
full 4-year term as Governor whose name and address appear THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
hereononr written defense! If any, BETTY DE GROTT Whoseplace
r to the Bill of Complaint in said of residence and post
suit on or before the I office address are unknown.
June, 1966. else decree proconteesowill You are hereby notified that a
by his accomplishments b> entered against you. suit has been filed against you In
WITNESS my hand and seal of the above entitled cause, and you
said Court this Stli day of May, are hereby required to file your answer
A. I). 19611.Official with the Cleric of this Court.
( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE and to serve a copy thereof
during the past 1 17 Clerk of said Court the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney upon
By Julia R. Harvey whose name and address! III:
Deputy Clerk SAMUEL V. HOLCH.
W L. WADSWORTHP. 110 North Third Street.
O. Box 8 ftBunnell Palatka. Floridanot
months as Governor.We FloridaATTORNEY later than May 21st A. D. 1966.
FOR PLAINTIFFMay If
you fall to do BO, decree pro
12-19-2 & June 2 Uc
confesso will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In the
IN THE CiRCUiT COURT. SEVENTH
bill of complaint. The nature of
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IV said suit being for

opposed to the FLORIDA.AND FOR IV FLAOLKR tHAVCERV COUNTY DIVORCE
are NO. WITNESS my hand and seal of
3113
said! Court this 18th day of April
E. W. LOWERY
A.. D. 1968. -
Plaintiff, E A. SMYTHE,
effort of of -VI. Clerk of said Circuit Court
strong out MARY SUE LOWERY Defendant, (Official Seal)
Bya E. A. SMYTHE
NOTICE TO APPEAR:
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: April 21.28 and May15124tcbr

state Radicals trying to Mary Chattanooga Sue Lowery, Tennessee

You are hereby notified that a
suit for divorce has been filed
against you In the above entitled Jrl.gltr i 7rilm
cause and you are hereby requiredto
take thru
over our state whose serve upon Plaintiff Attorney, BONNELL FLORIDA
name and address appear
hereon your written defense If
to the Bill of Complaint In satedsuit MRS. M.a
the election of GovernorBurns' on or before the 28th day of FULLER. Editor
Map 1966. else decree pro confesso "
will be entered against you. D .l*.at.d ..wap ". far all
WITNESS my hand and seal of Legal Aivertlsl.g
aid. Court this 26th day of April,
A. D. 195* .

opponent.Paid (Official Seal) CE rk, SMYTHE Entered a. .econd class matter
of eald Court February C, 1518 at the poet-
By Julia R. Harvey .ot\r Bunnell Florid., uder
1.1
Deputy Clerk Act 8,
W. L. Wad.worth
P. O. Box 89*

Political Adv. Paid by Mrs. M. B. Fuller, County Deputy Treasurer. Bunnell. Florida 0.. year ......
Attorney for Plaintiff' Six ....t.s __1.211PAGE
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May 19, 1966 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE

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Second Seashore tect thriving settlements from Banks, dominate the pint-sized rent is known as, the Graveyardof

pirates and privateers. The notorious harbor where dozens of graceful the Atlantic. The region has

Park Formed On Blackbeard roamed the white skiffs and sturdy trawlerslie claimed some 2,200 ships.In .

Outer Banks, and rumors of buried at anchor. In rough weather World War II, German submarines -

Outer BanksOne treasure persist. boats from miles around seek haunted the waters off i

Land Was DespoiledIn shelter In theharbor.. Hatteras and Cape Lookout In a I .

of the longest stretches of time, the area was denudedby stealthy war against convoys ; JERRY I W.
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undeveloped beach remaining on open grazing and unrestricted Graveyard of Atlantic gathering for the crossing to I 1

the Atlantic seaboard has been timber cutting for the con I Hatteras is tragically famous Europe or Africa. In 1943, 81 vessels

turned Into Cape Lookout National struction of ships In the Beaufort In marine history. Diamond were sunk off the North Car I i CARTERLED !

Seashore.A shipyards. Many residents Shoals, where warm Gulf Stream olina coast. Merchant seaman I

abandoned their land to the i waters collide turbulently. with called these seas Torpedo Junc
of North Carolina's I
part : I IN ALL BUT I II
Lookout fierce winds and tides of the cold remnants of the ArtIc Cur- : tion."
Outer Banks, Cape
2 COUNTIES OVER
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stretches from Ocracoke Inlet 58 Outer Banks. I
3 OPPONENTS!
miles south of Beaufort Inlet, the The National Park Service I I I I II II

National Geographic Society hopes to improve the area with
I I
says. It will be linked by ferry i plants, erosion ccntrol measures II
to Its popular twin-the Cape and dune construction.The I wish to thank my many friends II I

I Hatteras National Seashore. This Outer Banks are a fisher I .

earlier park stretches 80 miles man's paradise. He can either I '
I
north from Ocracoke Inlet to surfcast from the shore for chan who supported me in my campaginJ. I

Whalebone Junction on Bodle ned bass and drum or venture II I
Island. into the Gulf Stream for blue I !

Indian hunters once prowledthe marlin, dolphin, amberjack, and .
B. PELLICER
tarpon. I ;h.
heavily forested Cape Lookout
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area. Later English colonists I A more sedentary breed-the I Vote For and Continue JERRY

built several forts there to pro- I bird watcher-can observe, In the I I W. CARTER it your Public Service -

I proper seasons, some 300 speciesat I Commiiiioner. The Man
the Pea Island Refuge on Greatly Responsible for rtduc-
: I lions of over
Hatteras.

SEE Lodgings, stores, and restaurants CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. I In Utility$320,000,000 Freight and Tram-
serve the needs of islanders I 1
I partitIon rates to Florid. Rttldentt. -
"HI NEIGHBOR"WITH and visitors to the Outer H. CRAIG. Funeral Director t .

Banks in with I
villages picturesque JOHN CAPO. ManagerAIR

names such as Rodanthe, C nfinu Jtnf 't m h 'MlJERRW
Salvo, Waves, and Frisco. OXYGEN I
LADY
JIM WATSON The village of Ocracoke nestles CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED ,

And On around circular, almost landlocked ATTENDANT AMBULANCES I 1 1
I Silver Lake harbor on the

western end of the island.A Phone ID 7-3532 uiiic sif vici WMMIJJION

MAY 23 1966Hear Coast Guard station and a I
201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA .
lighthouse, the oldest on the I

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FLAGLER COUNTYTO
IN TUB CIRCUIT COIIItT. JJKVB !! -
TII JtoiriAi. nun'IT. IN
I AND FOR FUAOM5K COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY NO.
B2H U1V. Hendrick A VOTE for a person whose name is printed on the ballot mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT

Mary Lynn Plaintiff of the name of the person for whom you desire to vote.

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John Eugene Hendrlck. Jr..
Defendant.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF JUDICIAL
FLORIDA.TO .
:Address John Eugene! and place HendrlcK.of residence Jr. Circuit Judge, Seventh Judicial Circuit

Unknown. Group No. 3
NOTIFIEDthat
YOU ARE HEREBY
a suit In equity has been
brought against' you by Mary Lynn (Vote for one)
Hendrlck. In the Circuit I Court. Seventh
Judicial Circuit. In and for
Flagler County, Florida and you
are hereby summoned, ordered and E. L. EASTMOORE
required to file your written answer \
or other defenses to the com-
plaint filed herein against you In
the above entitled cause In the office W. L. ADSWORTII
of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court In and for KUgler County.
Florida. at his office In the Court- STATE-
house, Bunnell, Florida, on or before -
the 18th day of June A. D., Governor
1966 and to serve a copy of such
answer or defenses upon Raymond Vote for
(
Wilson. Karl and Conway. plaintiffs one)
attorneys herein whose address .
la 601 North Orand vIew Avenue -
Daytona Beach. Florida on n
or before said date as required by HAYDON BURNS
the laws of Florida and the Flor-
ida Rules of Civil Procedure. If you
fall to do no, s decree pro confesso 0
will be entered against you for the ROBERT KING HIGHCommissioner '
relief demanded In the complaint.
You are further notified that the
men nature t.The. of this suit Is for annul- Florida Public

name of the court In which Service Commission Group 2
.this suit has been Instituted Is CIrcuit ,
Court. Seventh Judicial ,Cir
cuit, In and for Flakier County, (Vote for one)
Florida, and the abbreviated style
of the case Is Hendrick v. Hendrick.
It Is hereby ordered that this order
and notice shall be publishedonce JOE BOYD
a week for four consecutive
weeks In The Flagler Tribune a
newspaper published. In Bunnell.
Flagler County. Florida, and hav- JERRY W. CARTER
Ing a general circulation In Flag-
ler County, Florida.
WITNESS my hand as Clerk of PARTY OFFICESState
the said Circuit Court of Flagler
County, Florida and the seal of
aid! Court at Bunnell Flagler Executive Committeeman
County. Florida on this 17th day
of May. A, D., 1166. Precinct No. 2
(SEAL) EMIL ..t.C SMYTHE
Clerk Vote for
Flagler County l Florida ( one)
By Julia R. Harvey I

RAYMOND. WILSOe KARL Clerk,
P1
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and CONWAY E. LEE BOURNE
Attorneys for Plaintiff
tOI North Orandvlew Avenue
Tost Otflce Box 5725 I-I -
Florida 1 GEORGE MOODY
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"With'little people against the giants- ? .
imagine the benefits Florida will derive .....
when Bob High is governor!" ,.

( The Clearwater Son said:
I "The Clearwater Sun believes that of i-; V
these three Robert King High is far and The Key West dozen said:
away the best qualified and gives to him "High has a record of lowering taxes.: .. -' DAYTONA BEACHMORNING
our enthusiastic endorsement." he has a record of refusing to play politics g ,
The Daytona Beach Sunday New,Zavrmal ...he has a record of supporting" education f % JOURNAL
and conservation
said: programa. < A
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"Florida simply can't afford four more The Miami Herald said
years of the kind of Burns'bungling dis- "We regret that Gov. Bums Is disposed t ;,
played for the past two years. His open toward cronyism."
concern that political friends should
receive lucrative state'contracts indicateshe The Miami Newt said: CLEAR
is a devotee of the governmental phi.. In sum,we believed Mr.High was qualified rago .
losophy expressed by one of his major to be governor two years and we .
appointees: To the victor belongs the believe he is better qualified today. We s N ,
spoils'." strongly recommend his nomination." PtQ1 S > a '"" "'

The Calnesyffle San said: The St Petersburg Times said: ., ,, Q ,
"But the most dramatic aspect of Robert "Hie integrity of Florida's government she x ? ,
King High is his governmental philoso- has become the central issue of this cam- "'
phy.It is a positive expression of faith,a paign.High seeks office to serve the people ; ''
hymn of optimism a homily centered .not to use their >Bovemn.** *- serve s ,;
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NATURAL RESOURCES the student's home town bank. I
Undergraduates with a satisfactory
CONSERVATION academic record after one
Quantity
STUDENT LOAN FUNDAt trimester's residence will be eli I WE' GIVE Reserved Rights

the 1966 Annual Conventionof gible to borrow up to $1000 per M E T T S ***

Women's the Florida Clubs held Federation recently of In $1500.year; graduate Repayment students begins,shortly up to j j TOP PRICES GOOD

after Interest Thurs., Fri., Sat.,
graduation. cost iso !
Clearwater, Florida, a check for
$2,500 establishing the Lois Em. percent to the student, with VALUE SUPER MARKET and
lo:1
mel Natural Resources Conserva the Federal government subsidizing May
tion Student Loan Fund was presented the remaining 3 perecnt, and 23
to Director John Gray of Director Gray said.COUSTEAU'S. STAMPS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.
Tel. 437-3201
the University of Florida'sSchool
of Forestry. NEWUNDERWATER

The loan fund was establishedto FILM
FLA. GRADE "A" U. S. S. CHOICE
honor Mrs. Mark W. Emmel,
(Continued from
Page 2)
of Gainesville, Florida, who has (STEWING) RIB
served the Federation as State Equipment failure was a more
President for the past two years. serious problem than the elements
II During her presidential term, however. Said Captain HENS 49"U.
Cousteau "Helium is mischievous
i Mrs. Emmel was InstrumentalIn : a
planning and promoting the merry element. WhileIt
establshment of 27 new recreation treats underwater man well, (Whole) Lb. 25' lb. lb. 89i
parks by local clubs and It gives his Inventions and artifices I
three new Federation Forest a very bad time. The ma.
Plantings on the Ocala, Osceola chines and electronic system In
and Apalachicola National Forests Conshelf Three (the underwater i U. S. CHOICE CHUCK WORLD'S BEST
in cooperation with the U. S. sphere) had passed short pres. '
Forest Service. These facilities 'sure tests in helium, but duringthe STEAK u,. 65GROUND BEEF 2-. 99-
will be uused for enjoyment and I days below, high.pressure"
education by youth and school helium Infiltrated everything.
groups.In Tubes In the closed-circuit tel. ROUND BONESTEAK SHOULDER Family Pkg. (Fla. Grade "A") Cut-up
beautification, the various evision system had to be replaced S Lb.
clubs were responsible for the frequently at a cost of $250a Lb. 69" FRYERS fS
I planting of more than 118,000 day.
trees during Mrs. Emmel's term. "Bottom Is Safety"The LEAN JUICY CSTEAK
U. S. CHOICE
The $2,500 contribution is be. oceanauts had no difficulty (FULL-CUT) ROUND
ing invested by the School of I making the psychologicaland
Forestry in the United Student physiological adjustment to Lb. 89' STEAK Lb. 98'
Aid Program, Director Gray said. the seemingly hostile world at
This will make a total of $31,250of 370 feet. Philippe Cousteau commented FRESH OCEAN CAPITAL SMOKED
guaranteed collateral availa : "As soon as I venture
ble under a matching program away from the maison sous-ma '
with the Federal government, rine. I am struck by one over. MULLET 4 u,.. T SAUSAGE 49
for loans to students majoringIn whelming fact, we have lost the
forestry, forest recreational surface. It is far 'above us, out of
management, wildlife, or forest sight, buried in treacherous FLO-CANE Kraft 10 Oz. KRAFT 18 OZ.SUGAR .
products technology at the Uni night. The surface means death.
versity. Here on the bottoms safetylifeitself. GRAPE BAR-B-Q
Loans are negotiated through I reach down and touch
the ground our friend, our sal.
,
vation. 5 Lb. JELLY SAUCELimit
HASTINGS MATTRESS
Conshelf Three was the "third Bag 3?
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS undersea base constructed by

710-12 Palatka Lemon, Florida St. supported Captain Cousteau by the National in a program Geographic ((1)) with $5.00 or 5 Jars 00 .
more food order 3 Jars SID
Phone EA 5-9166 Society. The first was
Furnltu-i. Upholstering submerged near Marseille in
Repaired & Refinished 1962. The second was placed 36
Thrifty Pt. Bottle
Mattresses & Box Springs HALF GALLONAL'C
feet deep off Port Sudan in the
Made to Order Also RenovatedCall 32 Oz.AllPurpose .
Red Sea five lived there for
; men
Laura Morris 437.3233
a month while two others work JioLK CLOROX
After 6:00 P. M. I
PRICES REASONABLE. ed for a week out of a deeper
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. I camp nearby, pushing the work
Just as near as your range of oceanauts down to 165 I OIL
Phone or Post Office I feet and setting the stage for the 2 Pints 29" v. Gal. 29
Us A Card Call I
Drop or I
Conshelf Three project off Cape 32 Oz.
Free Pick-up & Delivery 0 Limit
Ferrat. Bottle 47'' ((1) Please
OUR PRIDE
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24 Hour more food order
Wrecker Service VFlagler CANNEDDRINKS

Each 99\ Everfresh ((6 ct.) ,

Truck & Tractor Co. CINNAMON

PRODUCE BUNS
MASSEY-FERGUSON 12 Cans $100

Grove Farm Industrial Equipment Crisp FreshCELERY
Limit 12 Please
VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 2pk250Dairy

Owner Bunnell, Florida
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SURPRISE SHOWER ROBERT ABBOTT
I HOME ON LEAVE 1
FOR MISS CUMMINS
312 MOODY BLVD. FLAGLER BEACH, FLA.
Seaman Apprentice Robert M.
Miss Beverly Cummins, daugh. Abbott USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. STORE HOURS: Prices Good Thursday, Friday and
Cummins,
ter of Mrs. Gladys
Jack D. Abbott of 109 AvalonSt. Saturday, May 19, 20, 21, 1966
honored with surprise .
was a Monday thru Thurs. 8:30 a. m*-7 p. m.
Flagler Beach, has returnedto
bridal shower last Thursday *" *"
evening. Hostess was Miss Jo his Norfolk, Va., homeport Friday and Saturday. 8:30 a. m.-8 p. m.
QUANTITY RIGHTS
aboard the attack carrier USS
Anne Wilson. I Sunday-10 a. m.6 m.
Forrestal, from an eight month p. RESERVEDOUR
Those attending were Mrs.
with the Sixth FleetIn
Henry Shlll and daughter, Elea. deployment the Mediterranean.Upon PRICES ARE THE SAME AS THE DAYTONA BEACH THRIFTW AYS-

nor, Miss Peggy Missinne, Mrs. arrival, Forrestal enteredthe LOOK FOR EARLY WEEK ADS IN DAYTONA PAPERS

Gladys Cummins, Mrs. Bill Cum. Norfolk Naval Shipyard for HERE ARE SOME OF OUR WEEK END PRICES. THERE ARE MANY MORE
mins, Jr., Mrs. Charles Meekins, ,
an extended overhaul period.
Mrs. Leonard Johnson, Miss Ja
net Salyerds, and Mrs. Bernie I ARMOUR STAR SMOKED FRESH 100% PURE LEAN GROUND
HAWAIIAN LUAU TO BE
Wilson and daughter, Barbara. 4 Lb. $ 96pke
Traditional were played ENJOYED BY WOMAN'S 6-8U. BEEF 1
games
I CLUB MEMBERS PICNICS 35
and prizes' won by Mrs. Art't.
and Means I
Gladys Cummins and Mrs. According to Ways PLUS 100 FREE GOLD BOND STAMPS
I
Charles Meekins. Following the Chairman, Mrs. V. W. Haines, of I -

opening of the gifts, white sheet I the Flagler Beach Woman's I U. S. CHOICE "FLAVOR AGED" BEEF SALE
cake, decorated with white I Club there will be a Hawaiian I Lb. ROUND BONE
Luau for Members and their Invited POT ROAST 580
rosettes, and rose colored punchwas I Lb.
served. guests on Wednesday, May ROAST 68e
Miss Cummins became the 25th, beginning at 12:30: p. m.
OVEN READY
asked their BONELESS
Members to
are get
bride of Donald Edward Gray.
bael May 12. at 7 p. m. at the I reservations in by the 23rd to: RIB ROAST Lb. 980 POT ROAST Lb.
Community Church in Flagler r Mrs. Haines or Mrs. E. P. Fleurie SSe
who along with Mrs. Charles
Beach. I FRESH PORK
Sindelar are assisting In the .
) Luau there CHUCK STEAK 680 Lb.
event. Following] the STEAKS
I FB P. T. A. INSTALLS 4ge
I will]) be a games party. Proceeds
NEW OFFICERS, j
I II will go toward the planned BONELESS BOSTON BUTT PORK
Mrs. Strickland was in-1 I Lb.
Harry
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RIB STEAK
weekly summer games parties 980 Lb
stalled as president of the Flag. ROAST
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that will] be open for the public'sold
ler Beach Parent Teacher Asso
and young.
ciation last Tuesday evening.
Officers who will serve with her FOLGER'S NEW SUNSHINE
MICHEAL SCOTT HORNSBYMr. CRISCO
are: Mr. Thomas Carmody, vice- .
of
and Mrs. Mike Hornsby COFFEE RINSO
president; Mrs. Willard Arnold, 508 Alpine Drive, Rt. 1, Duluth,
secretary, and Mrs. Donald Georgia, announce the arrival of 1 GIANT 3 Lb. S7e
Lb.47i
Mrs. Robert 47c Can
Kaufman, treasurer.
a son born May 8, 1966. He Pkg.

McDaniel, outgoing officer. president, weighted nine pounds 3 ounces Limit 1 with your $5.00 Limit 1 with your $5.00 Limit 1 with your $5.00or
was Installing and has been given the name more food order or more food order or more food order
About 100 people were pres.
of Micheal Scott.
sent for the Installation and en I
The Hornsbys are former res
joyed the program presented by idents of Bunnell and Flagler I{ Joe Crain's Florida Grade "A" SHURFINE CHARCOALBRIQUETTS
"The Little Band" under the direction
I Beach. She was the former SMALL 20 Lb
of Bandmaster HowardCarson.
I Brenda Aaron of Flagler Beach,'
It was announced that]I(}!daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willie 00 Bag 89'
the sixth grade graduation and I EGGS 3 Doz. S1 1
Aaron now of Holly]] Hill, S. C.
awards night will be May 26th. 1 Pt. Lighter Fluid FREE with purchaseNO.
I The 3rd Grade won the room
count with almost 100 percent I CHURCH COMMUNITY NEWS MEMORIAL 2/ SIZE CANDELMONTE.

present. Rev. Shelton Brooks of Bun ,
FIRST BAPTIST I nell will bring the morning mes PEACHES 3 For T 1

sage next Sunday morning at
SERMON TOPICS
I the Community Memorial 46 Oz. DELMONTE FRUIT KLENEX DESIGNER
Rev. Max Hall of the Flagler Church beginning at eleven o'
Beach First Baptist Church said clock. Sunday School convenesat DRINKS 3 For Sic TOWELS 3 2pT! $100

his sermon for the Sunday 9:45: with classes for all ages. I
Morning Worship service will be Rev. and Mrs. R. W. Dickert left SHURFINE, Plain or Self.Rising MONOGRAM

"Loving the Unlovable". during the week to attend the FLOUR Bag. 4ge RICE 3 Bag 3.90
The Sunday evening service Southern Baptist Convention be. REYNOLD'S ALUMINUM
begins at 7:30: (Continued on Page" PARKAY QUARTERS

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Thank You. BRECK CREME 4 Oz. BUNS Z Pkgs. 3ge

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MR. AND MRS. OMEGA STEPIIENS-M OOtV Small MeatySPARE I

DURRANCE HONORED- ENGAGEMENTIANNOUNCED RIBSlb.

GOLDEN ANNIVERSARYMr.

and Mrs. Omega Durrance Mr. and Mrs. ,lWa11'. C. lb. 6ge
celebrated their Golden Wedding Stephens of Inlet Ha fyb Payto- i
Anniversary Sunday at their na Beach, announce \1'\|\\, N>1ga&e. !;
home on East Moody Boulevard. ment and approach! \ \Matrhige i ,
Their children and their families of their daughter, fa> >\\1\ Jean I --. -. _. -'" ,- -. _'"4 -.
were hosts at Open House on Butler to Mr. Geiffa Miles !
S. D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALE
Jr., JuneB..
Sunday afternoon from two to Moody pn I
five. About 90 friends and rela
The ceremony U/UlA the I SIRLOIN
tives called the afternoonto { .
during
couple in marriage\\11\ be a' STEAK lb. 98
greet them. Nuptial Mass at eightlAck in OR T-BONE
The home decorated for
was
the evening at the CJyM f\ Af 1"he
th occasion with many beautiful Epiphany, Port Oran \, Z;''orlda.
floral arrangements, gifts CHUCK ROAST '
lb. 49
from friends. The dining table A reception will f .ljW; the
was overlaid with a handsome ceremony in the Qipheny
white hand crocheted cloth poised I Church Social Hall. Au,\ frietids
over a gold colored cloth. The and relatives of the Viable"J are CHUCK STEAK
center piece for the table was a invited to both tM I t\'t'I1'\ObY\ Ib 59
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combination candlelabra holding and reception.The .
white candles and flowers of
bride to be is fyA high
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white and gold. The white wed.
ding cake was decorated with school graduate and itll.Jated Lean Western "CENTER CUT"
bells.PresIding. from the Jones Busin/\ College I
gold
in Jacksonville. She \\fc \HVv employed
at the punch bowl I
by the Geney J tlectrl PORK
CHOPS lb.
and serving the cake were their 69
grand daughters, Rebecca, Cindy Company of Daytona 1 Q t0h. I

and Faye Durrance, Mrs. Mr. Moody is a 19 A tgdttate I
Margie Kinney, and Mrs. Doris of the Bunnell High }NoAI. lie Vlleydale SMOKED ((6-8 lb. Avg.) SLICED FREE
Baylor. They were assisted by a attended the Dayt ,\ 8egch I
grandson, Bobby Durrance. Junior College two y V and is
.Greeting guests, and keepingthe a graduate of Jone/ j u itess PICNICS lb. 39<
guest book were the Dur College In Jacksonville\ ale 1 spent
rance children and their wives I one summer in the \VtyMouse I
and husbands: Mr. and Mrs. Seminar in the Agric \ty"it\ il pe-
Rodgers Turner, Mr. and Mrs. partment from the Afce of Bush'sS&N 303 Can
Tommy Durrance, Mr. and Mrs.I Congressman R. D. :Mt tvs.. He For $4TOO MERITA
Bud Durrance, Mr. and Mrs. is now employed wity 1 tjtg Florida BEANS 6 .
Jimmy Helm, Bill Durrance and I Bank and Trust A c patty BREAD
Custer Durrance. The only member of Daytona Beach. Red & White 303 Can

of the family who was not I I I fRUIT COCKTAIL 4 For $100 Reg. 2 for 35c Forff 00
present was a grand son Charles 13 oz. LoafSwift's CP
Turner, of Las Vagas, who calledon
DR. JAMES R. SAit.A
24 Can Limit 8 with
Sunday for a visit by tele I oz. $5.00 or more food order
phone. HONORED AT A BEEF> STEW Ea. 4ge
Out of town includedMr.
guests Hudson's FAMILYNAPKINS
LUNCHEONDr. 200 Ct. Box
Durrance's sisters, Mrs. Eva
Allen and Mrs. Dora Ashley of James R. Say/ health LIPTON'S Ea. 19C
Daytona Beach; and two broth. Officer for the Flag tj County
ers, John Durrance of Artesia Health Department, wPg Ppnofed\ TEA BAGS DAIRY SPECIAL
Park and Worrell Durrance of at a luncheon on Mo"qAi At the -
J Flagler Beach. I Bunnell Coffee Shot' Present I I 48 Ct 63c Sunnyland 1 lb. Solids
On Saturday evening Mr. and were members of t 4t tlaglerI BOX .
Mrs. Tommy Durrance entertain. I Community Nursing 0.J"Itu.; BUY ONE-GET ONE FREE OLEO 2"" 390
ed the family group at a ham. Dr. Sayers has Wed as I
burger fry and reunion at their Health Officer here atyo" \ the i Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order FROZEN! FOODS -
home Lantana AVenue, Venice Putnam County lIeaH t)
Park. Guests included all memo ment, for the past sev rV part'l I Big Dip l/2 Gal.
bers of the family including I and is retiring on MyY lt, FRESH PRODUCE Ea.
their children, grand children j I ICE MILK 4ge
and great grand children. The John Brown who hlr1Plet., I Fresh Sweet
only one missing was Charles ed a special training Turner. Sheppard Field in f*$aS, is I CORNFresh 6ge Swift's JEWELSHORTENING
The Durrances are members of spending a short leave grE with
one of the pioneer families of his parents, Mr. and Mfg, Av r- FloridaPEACHES
Flagler county. Mr. Durrance, is ley Brown. lie will bit Stationed\ I lb.
a life long resident of the coun at McCoy Airforce B V lit Or 1ge b.
ty. Mrs. Durrance, the former lando. 3 48e
U. 5. No. 1TOMATOES Tin
Irene Jepson, moved to Flagler
county in her early teens. They Guests of Rev. and N1i t. Oliver lb. 19 Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
were married in St. Augustineon F. Taylor two days f 1gtt Week e
May 13, 1916. was his parents, Mr. ybU\ Mrs.: -
Robert North of Jack P\1vtlle.\
Mrs. Raymond Smith and son MiK.
Ray, spent Saturday and Sundayin Mr. and Mrs. Clarei\fy\ (, Me- 50 100 M.erhrb 50 Iii!
Winter Haven visiting with sen have returned frn/*\ fit, Petersburg
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wilson Jr., and where they v\\ tt'j With
family. their daughter Pat, t/ w ek.'j. with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase) ( with coupon & purchase

--- --. .' .. of ((1) 6 oz. Jar INSTANT of ((1) Can RAID of ((1)) Qt. KRAFT
Maxwell House Coffee WEED KILLER MAYONNAISECoupon

Announcing. Void After Coupon Void After Coupon void after

Monday May 23, 1966 Monday, May 23, 1966 Monday, May 23. 1966
I am a candidate for re-election as Demdt f'J1.tic ...
Committeeman, Precinct 2, in the May 24tjt fii.

mary.I
have been a life long Democrat. I have Ig Qed
more than 12 years as Precinct Committeern grid
Chairman of the County Democratic Executive \ "ri1-\
mittee an office without salary.I .

am familiar with the duties of the pdtj hion
and I feel my experience can be useful in the l}fo tf J r-
ship of the Democratic Party which I feel i it#f 4eYy Ull
important at this time. 1llB 11

Your vote and support will be appreciate 4 7
much.
Phone 437-3227
GEORGE MOODYPd. OPEN SUNDAYS U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL
8:00 a.m.-1:00
p.m.
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( Political Adv.)
w Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good May 19, 20, 21, 22, and 23, 1966I





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Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune, $2.50 Yearly in Advance JOSE Lot 4 PARK blk 25 ..".............. Griffin, Walter P ........ 2.83

. . . . . Lot 48 _...................
... . Sheringer Ralph & Ida 8.9)
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. . .:. . . . ". AHTK.1IA SUM 40 19 31

ER Lot 5 blk 9 ,, ., .. ........... Johnson, Lillian ..._...... 4.87
B FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT Lot 4 blk 9 :..:,..:..:._ Dompe, A. G. & 2.82
Ru KIUST APnJ1'.C)1'( tO AUTESlA
pSSTA Lot 3 blk 15 ........ .- Smith, Joel D & Phyl-

Ha _._.... ._._ .._ 5.47
AMBULANCES ; SECOND ADP1J'..ON' TO ARTBS1A

PHONE VAIley 4 1625 I Lot 4 bI3lAN011.......... 28 11 31 Padgett, Oveda .._........_ 41.95

VI CE South 2V4 acre of lot
10 except or t>K 13 pg .
ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA I It ...............:....,..................26 11 31 1.09 Varn, Claude O.I & Mary

Belle -_ ?._.....__...__ 4.82
Merer be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We IV, acres of lot

Prompt Service Sooth........... ...,.,,?............... 1.50 Creel Charles & Wads-
are always at your service with promptness, safety andexperience.
worth. W. L. Trustee 5.05
Part of Gov't lOt 1. not
The Flagler TribunePhone Included In Sunrlsa
Beach Sub t>k 48 pr
With Resusitator and Inhalator all except bK 57 pg-
4373232WANT Equipped Oxygen Part 435 of\....Oov't....-...,>,,lot...,*...7.,.mot 33 11 31 3.77 England, Minnie .._.__ 6.63

Garcia Funeral Home SUNRISE bk 9 pgr! IlK 258 .?C.J?,..,,.,...,.,, 3tf 35 11 11 31 2108 Forsyth D. P. Jr. __ 13.71

Lot U except 1t/tV AlA
P. E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral Director bik 2 ..,..,....
Part of i5o"vt ifoT: t 01' Llndsey W. H. ._.....___ 5.47

ADSListings bk 9 pg 258 ... .........._. 36 11 31
LADY ASSISTANT GOLD COAST -9U11" 1 12 31 0.03 Forsyth, D. P. Jr ............ 1.78
Lots 5 thru Jj except

K/W AlA NIC 3 .._.. Laing, John Mar-
under this heading are
.
ga.ret
3 cents a word each insertion. NOTICENotice Lots 5 to 29( Inclusive.Blka 1 ----- U.1I1

75 cents Is the minimum charge blk 8 ..........w..........._.... Laing' John & liargaret .

-.--- la hereby given that on the tat day of June 1966 at Bunnell. 111213.14 ,,...-.-? Laing, John_ _._... 30.7'
FOR SALE Hammond C-3 or. County of Flagler, State of Florida tax sale certificates will be sold I .. & Mar'OCIIitAN
garet _.__
_
of the following described lands to pay the amount due for taxes ( PLACI1 SUB I 12 31 27.n
gan, full size. Percussion and re herein set opposite the same together with all coat of ouch sale and I I Lots 6-6 blk Z ........... ... Oearhardt. Kurt

verb. Separate 40 watt tone cab all advertising.DALE B. BROWN, Tax Collector. Flagler County, Florida Lot 6 blk 6 ...."'............... Johns Katherine Theo?.&..-...A..?.?&' 67.28
inet. Excellent condition. Phone I Lot 15 blk 7 .,....,._ Thompklns Helen. 8."
W% of SW% & SW3 NWi Sty, George M. 74.92
4392394. 5-19-ltc. of NWU ......................- 19 11 28 120 Tilton W. M. & Pauline 28.29 N'sW% of KWH4 except -
w4 of Sh3 & SWK of part Included In
KITCHEN HELP WANTED for NE% .,??._.,._...._....._.. 29 11 29 520 Peterson, F. H. ...._........ 121.09 M-S-A 3087 !& except
t ST. JOHNS DEVELOPMENT COMPANY Still 13 12 20 the south 1110'4c: ex-
the Chicken Pantry. Apply In Tr 1 Blk 15 ........_....__.... 20 12 29 10 Knapp, George Jr. ........ 3.00 cept part of Daytona .
:. k No calls. 5-19-ltc. ST JOHNS DEV CO Sl'BI 12 29 Ave as shows lIt Peteraona -
person. phone 944 tr 1 & tr 3 Blk 6.... 36 12 29 20 Coppersmith .............._.... 5.23 Sub ...._ 1 12 31 31.&$ Laing John
...................... 3 13 29 20 Nott & ... & Marga-
Tr 3 Blk 15 R. W. Vertle 5.23 ret ...._..
......
Simmons HIde. A-Bed, $25.00.Jerry's Tr 1 blk 18 ..._................. 3 13 29 20 Nott R. W. & Vertle ...... 5.23 Part of E}, of sW1,4 of ........._.._.... 3.09(

1 i Furniture and Appliances, m-PONT.........HY........A......LAND..._....COMPANY 32 13 29 16 160 13 Thlgpln 19SEfc Wlnnlfred & NWj4 bk 34 tilt 241.. 1 12 31 4.0 La Ing-, John & Margaret

Old Dixie Highway, 2 miles Jones, Nellie -................ 37.28 MODEL LAND CO *(1p 1 12: 31 ...+..........._.__....?.._.... 2.S"
LAKE DISTON PARK SUD 0 14 29 Part of NEK f Nfctt
south of Korona. Phone 4373752. Lot 3 blk 2 ..._.....__....... Rltta. E. H. & Ruby 1.13 east of canft.1 t;> being
McQfEBNS PARK SUII 9 14 29 US-SA 3086 ,...... ..,2 12
May 19-ltc Lot 22 blk 2 ................... 9 14 29! Strickland. R. L. & Dorothy ? 31 5.35 Laing John & Marga-
1 .............._.................... 3.60 MIDWAY PARK 8 13 31 ret ............................_........ 5.65

HOUSE FOR SALE-CBS construction NEU of SW% except Lots 7.8 <............." ..Moore, J. C. &
s'tfil'x Kathleen 1.69
Book 47 page 182 & MOODY 12 13
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, & SEK of SW% ...... 16 10 30 79 O'Byrne. T. F. & Mary 19.92 West 30' lot 8 .tc ell lot 31 .

large Florida room, 2-car car SE i of NW% & SW 4 10 bik 2 .........,...;......,.. Henry. Roger V. et al 71.40
of & SW% of Lots 9.10 blk .. .
NW3 .
6 ..
port, six (6) lots, 2 air conditioners NE% .............................. 16 10 30 120 Jarvis, Eugene .............. 28.89 Lot 26 bik 24....."..:...:.-... Sostee Pratt ............_... 120.24
of Palmetto and NEV4 of NW V. .............. 16 10' 30 40 O'Byrne, T. F. & Mary 9.73 Lot 3 blk ,,..,, .......,, Cowan Joseph I ...._.... 4.87
Lyon
corner DIXIE HIGHWAY 1'AltK 21 10 30 Lots 7 thru 0t3.$ parcel Mollle N. ............ 31.8'
Lambert, choice neighborhood. Lots 8-9 Blk 19 Marcella, ...... 1.13 described In Die 66 pg
N% of NE3 ::::::::::::: 27 11 30 80 O'Byrne. T..I F. I'a.M 18.72: 309 blk 49 ......-,........ Alexander
$15,500. Phone 437.3215 after 4 BAXI.KY SUBDIVISl'oSfLot 31 11 3. VENICE PARK hilt Lumber Co. 67.88

May 1219263tc. 30 ........_---____. Baxley Catherine ......? 11.97 Or bk 13 pg 421 blk t.. 12 18 31 0.20Fonda
p. m. Lot 25 .....................__._._ Jackson, Jamea & Virginia AMENDED SUI VteMCE PARK 12 12 Charles M & Sue 4.05
..................?.....??..... 2.29 Lot 14 blk 68 ................ 31Johns.
FOR SALE-Glrl's bike exercise Lot 24 .........._.........__. Charles Creal ..._......... 10.11 Lot 16 blk 68 ................ Theo & Helen. 87.23
Lot 5 ...............__...___._ Thomas Pearl Lee ...... 15.72 Lot 22 blk ...?-..,.. Holden Paul & Stella. 91.40
bike, 2 lounge chairs, mangle, Lot 26 ..._.,.._.._............_? Robinson, Sylvester19.48 Lots 6-7' lta 83 :::::: t Taylor Taylor I E.: V.: ......::::,?, 4.87
Lot 18 ........._...__.._._.. Mid-State Homes .......... 23.20 OCEAN CITY 13 12 31 E. V ,,,,,, ,,.,13.11:: !
gas dryer, and other household Lot 6 ................_........._... Steward. !Rufus Jr. & Lot 2 blk B ...................... Kressly: .. .
Items. Capital Motel Korona. Christine .......................... 18.19 PALM' IIAItnon Eva .............. 4.87
Lot 17 ................................ Brown, Willis, Jr ...._. 17.59 All frac section except :12 12 SI
Phone 4373202. May 12, 2tp. Part of NWVi of NEVi bk 1 pg 224 M S-A
or Book 1, page 120 3103' & except part
FOR SALE-3 bedroom, Florida except or Book 1 southwesterly o f
122 & except or southwesterly bpund
room, block house, kitchen furnished book 8 page 254 ........ 31 11 30 1.65 Hannah Mark & Natalie
ot canal
air conditioner, corner KNOJOVKS! Sill: OK KSPANOLA..31..11..SO........._......................... 7.49 Nay'UtVAY ary tr 9 blk suit A.,J1./W........,....,.. U 32 12 U 31 31 9 10 Wood l\lIkulka.E. L.Joseph Trustee...._..._... 6.56 3.01)

Magnolia and Moore, Bunnell Lot 2 blk E...................... 31 11 30 Favors, Hugh ...._............ 23.20 Lot J. except I/W ln 111 U 32
I Lot 2 blk E .........._..._..._ Butler. James & Minnie 12.57 AlA blk 1 .....,.............. .
city limits, walking distance of Lot 3 blk E .................... Jones F.. ..._ 1.32 Lot 8 blk .. .... Zilch W. J. : .. 79.0'
school. $10,000.00. Phone 4373466. Lot 6 blk E ................._. Wilson. Z. W. & Rosa 23.20 Lots 23 Y4 5b iC' '3F' '::::::. Kessly, Eva ..." tU
Lot 7 blk E ..........__.. Olddena, Florence 13.84 Lots 23.24 blk 12 _. Decker. Ch1ols & Diary 7
5.5.4tc Lot 13 blk E ...._..._..__ Toner, Helen M. .... 1.69 Lots 1.2 blk 16 ..:'...'..... Nowicki Lindsey., Z. H. & Zetla 4.81
Monroe
KNOX JO.VIIS! 31 130 &
I Lot blk I _._. Thomas Richard, Jr ........ 3.66 Lot 23 bik Shirley ......... .................. 4.4 1$;
LIKE: TO FISH?-Come to Pelllcei Lot l blk I..::::::::::::::...... Butler, James & Minnie 12.67: Lots 31-32 Pk"if'::::::: F uquay MvaE U:
Kressly: :...:::::::::::
Fish Camp. Boats, bait, tackle KV of EH of NW% .... 82 11 30 40 Herda W. M. & Lucy. 10.73 Lots 1.2-3 blk Z 1 ...-.... Long
Waudelle ......
!XT JOHNS DEV sun Lots T 66.U
bik ,
camping and picnic area. Tr 1 blk 15 ...................... 6 12 30 10 Drought Gladys & Dor- l'art t\ ; hit? ",?.pgs,, Precht, K. J. .................. .83

orthy ......... .... 3.60 627.528 ..................,.. .... 19 U 33 51.427
Under new management. Richard Tr 2 blk 1 ........................ 9 12 30 20 Flagler itie..fiu ri Wood Edmond 1. trueMOitNiNGSIDi .

and Wilda. 4-28-tf Assoc. ...... ......................... 61.22 : tee ....-..._..._..................... 21.53
m NM-.I.I. niv: co sin D tI: 30 l'A SD 12 3-:
Tr 6 blk C .........._............ 10 McLeod Gurley & Shelba Lot 1 blk 5 .........,..... .. ....... Wilson A. F. 1.78
................ Lqt 3 blk 8 .. .._ Y.
SINGER sewing machines. New, ... .................... 3.60 Weaver, C. &Gerai-

; used repairs. Call Bob French, Lots TOWN 4-5-6-7-8 OP MUNNELL blk 83 .. Kobylarak. Elizabeth. 86.82 Lot 7 blk 9 ....-..,......_.... dine Gardtnter............George................&..:...._ 3.43

Lots 3-4 blk 91 ........._. Smith. Mattie .......... 23.20 Josephine
253-4541 Daytona collect. Lot 8 blk 9 ........,... .... '''
i Lots 1-2 blk 92 ............ Wilson Roosevelt ........ 2.62 Lots 5.6 blk 15 ..,........ Hord. S. It. & Doris :::: Jg
N', lots 1-2 blk 93 ...... Murray Mercedes ........ 8.24 Gardinier, G. E. & Josephine .
WANTED-Acreage and lot listIngs Lots 4-9-10-11 blk 98 .. McKenzie, W. H. Estate 11.97 Blks 17 thru 26 & blk ............................-.,.. 3.13

In Flagler County. Key Lots 1-2-3-12 blk 98 _.. McKenzie, W. H. Estate '30.69 32 all ................,............. .
Lots 124 King I ......"....... 19.36 Wood Edmond L. trueDlOttlty
Realty Associates Inc. Charles Lots -AOb'' .11224b............ Haynes, Tomas & Peggy cult: tee ..............._......_.....,...... 30.7'
I. ...................................... 120.49 Lot 33 blk 1 ...........,........ SD 12 3::
Trad, associate, 69 W. Granada Lot 3 blk 129 .............? Parramore, Mae ............ 6.37 Lot 38 blk 2 .................. Alexander Lumber Co 66.65
Ave. Ormond Beach Florida. Lot 2 blk 130 .................. White, Sam: ....?.............. 6.37 Bonton, u. E. &: Eliza.
I..ot 7, blk 131 ................ Hubbert, Estem ............ 6.37 ATLANTA Inau !ll'P S9 1:1: 32 beth ..........-..........-.......... 5.41
March 24, 8tp. Lots 11-12 blk 160 ...._ Hymen, Willie & Rosa Lots 14-15-16
I Lee .................................._ 27.55 Lots 16 thru 20 but&T': rgrearrv..................... 25.49
Lot 7 blk 161 ............_.. I'ouncy, F. J. & Eliza Lots 21 thru 24 t)1t Co Corp :: 33.71:
HOUSE FOR SALE-CRS construction ptb ..............._...._...._.... 23.80 South 38' of lot fi! Nt 4 all 'lag-Ier Co Dev Corp. 6.93
3 bedrooms 2 baths Lot 10 blk 165 ...._.......... Thomas, Chester & Ro lots 25-26-27-2& Mk
sa ........................-.............. 3.22 Lota ) 6 Flag-Ier Co Dev Corp 34.31
large Florida room, 2-car car Lot 3 except K/W US Lots 1163tlUf 1\ bU\ F1agler Co Dev Corp .. .31.U
s 1 blk 167 .................- Ezell, Italian ......_.......... 20.06 I 26 bik b 2 ..
port, six ((6) lots, 2 air conditioners Lot 2 blk 168 ....._.._.::... Kennedy, Mary............. 19.46 Lots 13-15.21.22:: bik 11 Flagler: I Dev Co Corp
corner of Palmetto and Tart lot 11 bk 27 pg 60 Lots 16 thru 20 hilt 11 Flagler Co Dev Corp :: 4ti:
except J/W US 1 & WAIt11hN PAlt1 EKTATE'4 Flagler Co Dev Corp. 5.U
. Lambert. Phone 437.3215 after except or bk 4 pg 570blk Lots 29-30
!. 173 ... .......... ....- Dale H. A. & Annie 204.62 fart o f t r 8 11tf rr'p Bodlan, John ..."""."...... 1.13
4 p. m. Jan. 20 tf Lots 9-10-11-12: btk 199 ShelHeld.\ L. S.: Jr ._: 11.97 285 blk B.........,............ 4 13 31 0.13
------- Frac lots 4-5-6-7 blk TOWN 0. FAVOIIIJT'I'A Baker, Pauline _.........,.. 21.55
FILL DIRT-Call Martin Harding 261 .. .............................. Florida Planters .......... 8.84 s NE3: of N & 1 13 31
Frac lots 9.10 blk 265' Smith, Grover C & Minnie f Et of SE y: tN : 17 13
.' for fill dirt, top soil and shell. .........._......_.._.__... 1.73 31 30 Prestige Builders Inc 8.09
ut'1N1: .:.... I>KV CO Sf II
Phone 4373669. Jan. 13-TFC The north 85.0 of parcel
, described In or NOTICENotice
,I FOR SALE. LEASE.OR-RENT2bedroom bk 6 pg 289 blk B.... 14 13 30 0.24 Hall Oscar Jr _.._.......... 4.76
LAKE TKHKACE Still 14 U 30 Is herebY given that the following
!t Florida room, and Lots 1-2-3-9-10 except much thereof a.t'llt be necessary to pay the described lands or so
R/W US Highway No. herein set opposite amount due for taxes
beach house unfurnished same together with
carport 1 blk K ........................ Decker. Chlols D. & I will sold at public auction coat the of such sale and advertising -
11 Hurricane fence encloses Marlyn ......-....................... 96.09 at the office of the City Tax Collector on In the let Civic daw of June 1966
M.COI1IKIGHT9: SUB U U 30 beginning at 10:00: 'clock A. K.. In the enter Building,
:: back yard. Call 4373472. 2-10-tf Lot 4 blk 4 ...................... Daniels. Diddle ft al.. 11.97 Florida. City ot Bunnell, Flagler County .
Lots 2-3 blk 5 ................ Warren Lula Theresa
( COX's UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell, Osborne ...............?....._... 12.57 Lot 9. block 89 B & p, Inc. ................ ..
.. .
..... t.At
Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and llfNNKLL of tr DKV 27 or CO bk sun IIp 1Part U 30 Lots Lots 5-6 3-4., block block r.:::::::::::::::=::=::.:: Gladys Standard Davis Homea..........Inc.""...... me
...
I, all furniture free. For : 35/1/ blk C.............. 15 12 30 1.0 Wlmberly, James R. .. 12.67 Lots 1-2, block 82NH ..............._.._.._ Roosevelt Wilson ........"Z.... 19.10
deliver .
3 59
lll.VNil.I IIOMKSITES! 13 U 30 lots block 93 _. '
,
i sample material and prices on Lot 24 blk 1 .................... Pallvada Adam .._. .94 SVV4 t.l.12i.1 block 93 .........??. Nealle Hazel Emanuel Deal ..._......................._........_,, 335
................ 4.98
r Lot 14 blk 4 Underwood. Joe & Annie NEVi lots 11-12 block 93 Eliza Davis .... .
4373673. 7-1-tf _........ .. Lots block .. .....................
labor call .. _..___.._....._ 1.64 123491011.12 98 .... W. H. McKenzie
I\ -- IlfNM'.M.: DKV CO SI'II 22 U 30 Lots 1101112. block; 124 ................ Riley King ....."...Estate..'..._.............. 28 1 1Pey
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Lots 6-6 .
block 124 ... __..
SEPTIC TANK Cleaning; drain Part of E% tr 3 bk 47 ? ? Thomas & Haynes 4Ug:
69 blk B .._... 2.16 Lots 7-8. block 12$ ...... W. C.
Pallvada, Adam .........- 5.09 block & Mary L. Smith .... 19.10
fields Installed; Rota-Roter snail TrP 1 NU tr i. & NVi Lot 7. 161 .. .. Finner J. & Elizabeth l oun.

I Call tr 10 part of tr t east cy ............?........_._........._... 19.70
shell. Reasonable prices. of RR blk A ........_ 23 12 30 50 Morin Phil J ...._........._. 13.17 Lot 11 less frac-- block 173 H. A. & Anna Dale .
_....
; Jarosz 437.3410 8-i-tfJOHNSTON'S TOWN OK nUFONT Lots 5-6-7-8. block 199 _....._.. L. S. ..
&
George Alma Sheffield "sis
Lot 7 blk 94 .................. Marlon Phil J .....___.., .94 Lots l- block 199 : &
Lots 10.11 blk 99 ..._... Marlon Lots 1 tllo Zo3 !. :.ZLZZ i.i'KJt Alma Sheffield 8.06
; Phil J .......__ .94 U .
Lots 9-10 blk 124 .. Marlon, Phil J .........-. ..94IILTONT Lot 7. frac. block J6i ... Unknown Harbert.._. ................ ".10
*T JOHNS UK CO Stll 30 12 30 Lots 68-59. Keystone t------- 1.113
Tr 1 blk 11 .................... 31 12 30 10 Benton, liable H ....._... 3..ro. Part tracts 3.6 lock C. it 12 30, Clarence L. & RuthTaTrish 2.45:
FLACLEH BEACH REALTY CO. RAILWAY & LAND CO SUIT 19 13 30 Bk 54. Pg 181 ......_........._.?..__. Carl & Charlotte Bratcher
1.t/4 of SH of HKV4JOII33ON ....- 31 13 g 40 Ko ut, H. H. Trustee .... 2182 Lots l-t-3-9-10 e\c tfkRC V US l, 17.4J
LOTS HOMES, OCEAN FRONT HIIACH 20 10 of lots 1-2-3, Terrace -
Lot 19 blk 3 .-. Larue, George & Mary 1.57 Sub. ..........._.??__,_? Chlols D. & Marlyn Decker
WATER FRONT, FARMS, Lot 19 blk 7 ..:=:::::, Cosma. Y. :J.-......__ 1.57 23. block 2. Ed 79.50
ACREAGE Gov't lots 345HERNANDEZ ............ 33 10 31 131 Harris Tobathla Pierce Lots 4, block 4, L.peolnnIlls. Sub Rufus Lucy Danlela London ............ s.n

Estate ...-................-..... 116.22 llne & Biddle, Ver-
See us for real estate needs GRANT 40 12 si Gwendolyn & Joyce

, Office Phone your HE 9.2242 ilk 40 pg 39 1.99 White, J. ir ....,'....... 2.82 Lot it block\ 4 Lincoln Daniels Gladys Mills-.-._.............._.. 841
, Bk 5> 331 6.79: : Homesltei: 3.3'
pg -- Dompe, A. O. & Phyllis 8.99 t0 ?"'llt> ll Joseph A Annie
t Residence Phones ID 7.3691 Bk pg 27 45 Pg except 477 A bk bk 30 56 Tracts 23-24 blocK C. .. 14 12 39 n- E. Olson( Elmer Underwood W. & 5.23

or ID 7.3517: MAGNOLI"A"MANOR""" 4v IV 31 3<55 Glass, T. R. Estate ...... 26.88 Part tract 27, black C 15 12 39 James Zelraa E.It Wlmberly Olson ._.?_.._....". jj'jg

-M J------- Mrs. Nancy C. iZod ers, City Tax Collector, City of Bunnell. FloridaIi

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May 19, 1966 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL.
FLORIDA .
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Scouting, met at Camp Lano- The Tomoka Chapter now has l
Jlagle,. I I chee for the Ordeal Ceremony. its own Ceremonial Team, in PETERSON I 1
UJeacnI I p I A good group of the C. A. memo full Indian costume and put on T O. F. ALPORD I,
(Continued from page 6) I j r bers of the Tomoka Chapter a very good ceremony. The next SERVICE Registered
(Halifax District) of the Tipisl big O. A. affair, will be the ROAD SERVICE J I Real Estate
ing held In Detroit, Michigan II I Lodge, (Central Florida Council) weekend of June 3, 4, and 5, at Light Mechanic* Broker
and will be away for several met with their adult advisors to Camp Lanoche, when the entireO. Phone 437-3441 BunnelL Florida
Sundays. induct thirty nine candidates into A. membership' of the whole
I the order. Central Florida Council will
VISITING FROM Rev. E. Lester Stanton, Scout meet at Camp Lanochec, for a
ENGLAND master of troop 495 of Flagler Work Outing in preparation for
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beach, former Adult Advisor, the Summer Camp, Troop 495
Barditsky of Flagler Beach in. .and at present an assistant advisor will attend th Camp on the week :
clude their son, Ronald Bardit attended the week-end. beginning June 19th.
sky, and' daughters, Bnessa and camp, with Mickey Sindelar, a
Melany, and his mother in law, candidate for the O. A. who had Ii Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fraserare
Mrs. Butterworth, all of Rams- been nominated for this 'honor spending a short vacation
gate, Kent, England. They planto by his !troop. Mickey Is a Patrol visit in West Burke, Vt. -
spend several weeks here. Leader of the troop, and a Star
I Scout. Now, !after a period of Mrs. Alice Schaefller is on a
SCOUTS preparation which extended over summer visit in South James.I .
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HONOREDLast Friday evening, all Friday night, I port L. I. New York.
and all day Saturday, he with
Friday night, 13, the
May 38 others were taken into full Mrs. Kay Robinson said she
Order of the Arrow, which Is the
membership Into the O. A. I will be happy to provide transportation
Honorary Camping Fraternity of
to the polls to vote on,
Tuesday for any Burns supporters
SPECIAL EVENT tAtln.n who. do not have transpor- /
"
I'-Anyone. may call her at phone
to make arrangements.
I need the continued support of all

Books Are My DishBy my friends in Flagler County to

Dorothy Homons elect me your Circuit Judge.
Whizzle over to the Flagler
Beach Public Library and seethe
j I new Columbia Encyclopedia. VOTE and remind your neighborsto
t I Completely re-set from the 1950

7 f kwr Ir minute edition on and information.brought up Like to the all vote on May 24.

good architecture this volumeis
not only beautiful to look at friends relatives
but useful. It's a bird. It's a j I CONTACT your ,
plane. It's Superman! Print is j and merchants in Putnam St.
small but so perfect it reads bet ,

r ter style than is adult some yet larger simple print.enoughfor The Johns and Volusia and ask them to

anyone to understand. An
optimistic ad in the Times suggests .
giving this encylopedia as VOTE FORWADSWORTH
a graduation gift. But after readIng .
the reviews for Hersey's
novel about youth-"It's Tool
ar To Walk" we fear a more W. L.
practical gift would be a First ,
} Reader. I

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: CARD OF THANKS and let the blanket soak for 5'' .
| The recent bereavement which minutes, turning it once or twice :
I, has visited our home has by hand. Spin out the rinse '
r,j' I brought to us a greater appre water. A water softener is recons EiEASTMOORE
elation of our friends. Such mended.
" kindnesses and neighborly For fabrics other than wool, !
; thoughtfullness can never be use warm water and a mild detergent
j ff' : wri
A forgotten. The beautiful floral and agitate the blanket I BEST QUALIFIED
offerings, the memorials, and in the washer for 2 minutes or
many cards and expressions of soak it for 10 minutes. Advance ) .
sympathy were greatly appre the washer control to spin and I..' '. f : FOR'jj'j
elated We also want to thank I complete the cycle. Fill for the I II
those who prepared food and I rinse and agitate for 2 minutes. I '
brought to our home. These Spin again. Add a fabric soften. CIRCUIT JUDGE
neighborly deeds of thought- er to the rinse. Don't stretch or I .
fullness have meant much to us. wring the blanket.

The Family of Unless the directions say to, !
Mrs. Laura Frier. don't tumble dry. If the blanket ; For Fair Equal EXPERIENCE AND MATURITY
can be tumble dried, turn the
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WASH YOURELECTRIC temperature control to medium and Courteous
BLANKETBefore heat and preheat the dryer for 5// THAT REALLY COUNTS

you put your electric minutes with five or six bath j I Treatment From Age 37-Fourteen years of practical legal experience
blanket away, wash it, don't dry towels in it. Add the blanket, with active practice before all levels of Florida
clean it.Follow. tucking: the warm towels into the" the Court courts. Graduated University of Florida BA 1950,
] carefully the laundering folds. Tumble dry for about 10 LLB 1952

directions that come with minutes. The bath towels wll Regardless l of Social City Attorney for Palatka for 9 years.
the blanket. In case your In. absorb moisture for the ,blanket,
structions are lost, follow these speeding the drying process. I or Economic Veteran-active duty 3 years with service in Korea
general directions given by Miss Remove the blanket while it is and Japan, U. S. Army commendation ribbon.

Elizabeth Dickenson, clothing still lightly damp and finish drying Position Past president Putnam County Bar-Member of
and' textiles specialist, Florida in the air. Overdrylng may Florida and American Bar Associations.St. .

Agricultural Extension Service. harm the heating elements. I. Mark's Episcopal Church, former Vestrymanand
Pre-treat soiled binding and Do not use clothes pins when past president Layman's League.
spots with a paste of detergentand line drying an electric blanket.
I Distinguished Service Award (Jaycees) Young Man
water. Disconnect all removal of the Year 1955.

electric parts. Tie dang Proven Civic Leadership in Youth, Civic and Chari
ling electrical parts loosely in a table organizations.
washcloth or a small towel. .
Eagle Scout-Former Assistant
Wash wool blankets accordingto Scoutmaster.
soaking methods recommend.
ed for any wool blanket. Be sure
not to stretch or wring. Fill the "Thoae Who Know Him, Recommend Him"
washer with warm water. Use a
mild detergent and dissolve it by VOTE FOR

tion.machine Put agitation.the blanket Stop in agita the E. L. (Gene) EASTMOORE

water, moving it about until it's
thoroughly wet. CIRCUIT JUDGE
Allow it to soak for 7 minutes.
Then turn it over and let it soak (Pd. Political Adv.)
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another 7 minutes. Spin out the .
water and allow the washer to -
fill for the rinse. When the agitation
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:\'rll JIDKIAI. ('UK'i IT. IN Coupe with front
AND Kim KIAI.MH cotNTY,
tl.OIUDA. ltllAXKIO.', NO. and rear seat belt standard
nm (always use them); one of
E. %V. LOWERY, Plaintiff eight standard safety features.
-vs.
MARY SUE l.oWERY.
Defendant
MOTH TO AI'rKAIt' 325-hp Turbojet V8, that is. Along 375-hp versions of same readily avail.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: CHEVELLE SS 396A:
Mary Sue Lowery stiffer springs and shocks, a able. So this month do yourself and.
Residence are hereby unknownYou notified that a HOW'S THE BEST TIME TO BRING floor-mounted shift, a bulging hood your Chevrolet! dealer a favor: ask
milt for divorce has been filed against and a jet-black grille. It's all standard him to conjure up a Cbevelle SS 396equipment
cause and you you In are the hereby above requiredto entitled A SET OF.RED STRIPE TIRES AND SS:396wise. And if 325 hp for you. There's nothing either
serve upon Plaintiff Attorney A 396-CU-IN V8 INTO YOUR LIFE! sounds too mild, there are 360- and of you would like better.
whose name and address appear JnMl
hereon your written defense If
any. to the Hill of Complaint Inlaid
day/ of unit June on, 1966 or before else decree the lti\pro MOVE OUt in May see your Chevrolet dealer! CHEVROLET.CHEVELLE. CHEVY.CORVAIR

oonfeaso you will be entered against ................tile.....Chevrolet............Way.................................................................................................................................CIInnlltl"II111........-" ....-
WITNESS my hand and seat of
said Court this 17th day of May os-im
1968
(SEAL) E A, SMYTH
Clerk of said Court
Dy Julia II. Harvey .
W WADSWORTH Deputy Clerk HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY

!'. O. IIOX 896
Ilunnell FloridaATTORNEY
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