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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: May 26, 1966
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 54, NO. 21 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1966 2.50 A YEAR
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Bunnell High Robert King High Property Owners Accidental Death Bunnell Hospital


CommencementCeremonies Wins NominationIn Asked To Inspect; Wed. AfternoonTo Receives JointAccreditation


Governor's Race The New ValuesDo Mr. FarnsworthStanley


The Commencement programfor Unofficial returns from 2,560of you want to know what the Farnsworth, owner and The Bunnell General Hospitalhas
the Bunnell High School Florida's 2,561 precincts gave new values that have been put operator of The Beach Comber, been accredited by the
graduating class will be held I the Miami Mayor 585,183 votesto on your property under the revaluation Flagler Beach, was accidentally Joint Commission on Accreditation -
Friday evening at 8 o'clock In : 498,955 for Governor Burns. program in Flagler killed about noon Wednesdaywhile of Hospitals, according to

the Bunnell High Gym. Speakerfor I The results in Flagler County County?' repairing an electrical appliance notification received by the
the commencement address at his place of business. Hospital from the Board of Corn-
showed Burns carried the county .
will be Rev. Tom Pinner, former The people doing the revaluing lIe was brought to the Bunnell Continued To Page 8
with 796 votes, while the Miami
have set
Churchof Monday through General Hospital where he was
First Baptist
of the
pastor of Miami. Mayor received 698 votes. Friday, June 6.10, when any pronounced dead on arrival. June 13, 1916. He is survived by
Bunnell, now
Wadsworth Nominated Circuit property owner may discuss with his wife, Edna Farnsworth of
Rev. Max Hall of the Flagler Judge representatives of the companythe The coroner's Jury verdict Flagler Beach, and two daugh-
Beach Baptist Church will give W. L Wadsworth, local attorney new value. It was stressed stated it was accidental death
the Invocation and Rev. OliverF. won his race for Circuit that every property owner has from electricity while repairingan ters.Craig Funeral Home of Bun-

Taylor of the First Methodist Judge against E. L. Eastmoreof the opportunity to meet the representatives electrical box with faulty nell Is in charge of arrange-
of Bunnell, will give the
Church Palatka. connections.Mr. ments which were Incompleteat
benediction. Wadsworth carried three of Farnsworth was born press time.
Principal Benton Clifton will the four counties voting in the It was stressed that property
Introduce the speaker and Super II race. owners should not contact Don UNOFFICIAL PRIMARY RESULTSOut

Intendent Coy Harris will pre- Both candidates campaigned Moore, tax assessor, because he
sent the diplomas. Senior Class I vigorously for the judicial seat. Is not yet responsible for any of a total of 2333 registered voters in Flagler county,
President Martin Tucker will According to law the Seventh of the values that have been set. 1525 cast their vote slightly better than 65 percent which is ex-
the welcome. Special music cellent for a second primary.
give Judicial Circuit had to go to a
School It was stated that anyone having -
will be presented by the resident of either Flagler or Put '
Howard complaints should bring C *
Band with Bandmaster nam county. The circuit com "cot" o *" 11)11)
Carson, directing. prises Flagler, Putnam St. Johns them up with the company re dd dd
Ushers will be Janice Seale, and Volusia counties.Mr. presentatives-not with Mr. ;fcfcSSfcfcSssSOFFICE ; ; ; ; ; z; -

Kathy Emery, Linda McNab, Wadsworth has represented Moore, since his office will be AND CANDIDATE jj 1 t Z 't 'ti 1 t.! iiSc
busy typing and preparing the a
and Linda Knight. <
Flagler county In the Florida 2,5 .sii
new assessment roll for 1966
Legislature for the past 10 fioififefttiSGovernor H
years. His seat was eliminated The revaluing program is
In the reapportionment program. nearing the end. The revaluingwas I I I I I I I I I I
BaccalaureateBaccalaureate ........... ..............
In the county race for Demo for the purpose of setting Haydon Burns |207213| | 301| 371| 381| 951| 821581361| | | 796

Service Sunday cratic Committeeman, Precinct 2, equitable assessments on all I I I I I I I I I I
evening for the graduating classof George Moody won over his opponent property In the county, not for Robert King High ..................|215207| | 341| 611| 14| 53| 621271251| | | 698
the Bunnell High School was Lee Bourne. Mr. Moody the purpose of raising taxes. I I I I I I I I I I
held at the First Methodist received 244 votes, and Mr. Circuit Judge I I I I I I I I I I
Church of Bunnell. Bourne, 185 votes. The Board of County Commissioners E. L. Eastmoore ....................1| 56| 731| 11| 61| 161| 71| 1316| | 41| 192I
The pastor, Rev. Oliver F. will hold an equalization I -I 1 I I I I I I I I
Taylor gave the Baccalaureate meeting or meetings before the W. L. Wadsworth ..................|366348| | 68| 92| 381144113016815811312| | | | |
Invocation and ben- Credit for bringing grapefruitto new assessment roll is accepted \ I \ I I \ I I I I
(" address. The
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C t_ i t I
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the attention of to the-taxTol' Corn.- I I" 1.
ediction was given by Rev. Max the"'p'tbw-be- nd-itumed-over : Flat Public- Service t I I I ,
Hall, pastor of the Flagler Beach longs to a group of enterprising lector. It is necessary that the Joe Boyd ....................................11071147/131/ 35// 12381/ 34/29/15// / / 430I
Baptist Church. Special music Florida citrus growers who taxing bodies of the county to I I I I I I ,I- I I I

was presented by the Church shipped the first grapefruit from reduce millage In proportion Jerry W. Carter .......................12431235// / 521 3692/ / 891501431 887
Florida to Philadelphia\ and New except in case of emergency,
Choir. York markets between 1880 and and this will have to be shownto Democratic Committeeman, Precinct 2:
There are forty seven membersof Lee Bourne..177 8 Absentees-Total 185
1885. the state comptroller.
the graduating Class this George Moody........ 232 12 Absentees-Total 244
year, the largest enrollment of

the school. NEWIHOME OF THE CITIZENS BANK OF BUNNELL OPENS FRIDAY
Serving as ushers were Phillip

Zimmerle, Walton Cowart, Dan f -
1 'k t t
Cody, and Arthur McDaniel.Vaccination f wP Y ..
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For Pets Set For ;' :


Friday June 3rd I

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Because of rabies In wild anImals -i ., ,

Gene Holly, Flagler County -
Sanitarian, strongly urges i I jr I
that people have their dogs, c 4'

cats or other pet animals ; ; 'c
nated against rabies. vaccl'j i 4

be vaccinated by a Veterinarian
which will be at ,the Bunnell

City Hall, June 3, 1966 from 8:30a. : I
m. to 10:30: a. m. There Is no :

cure for rabies In animals after : _

any symtoms begin. ..

An unvaccinated dog or cat
would probably develop rabies
and die if it were bitten by a -
L : .
. rabid animal. Therefore, unvaccinated .
dogs and cats if bitten

by a rabid animal should be immediately _
destroyed or isolatedin w
I
a kennel for six ((6) months.If : : -- .
the pet animal has been vac

cinated, vaccination and restraint _....
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(leashing and confine
The Citizens Bank of Bunnellis and offices. They also have a i The bank has been housed in Cashier is H, V. Peavy and assistant .
ment) for thirty (30) days Is re- I
commended.Since holding Open House today in large parking area in the rear the bank building on the cornerof cashier Is Mrs. Camle
their new $125,000.00 Buildingat of the building, with entrance Moody Boulevard and Bay Lynn.

April 1, 1966 we have 303 East Moody Boulevard, and exit on Pine Street and Lambert Street since the organization, : Directors are Walter Cody, T.
had three ((3) known rabln ra th corner of Pine Street. Calling Avenue. until the moving day Wednes E. Holden, O. F. Alford, John A.
coons in Flagler County. Only hours will be from 3 to 7 p. m. The Citizens Bank was organ day.Present Clegg, Charles Edward Creal and
eleven (11) racoons were examined They will be open for businessat ized and opened on January 27, officers of the bank Mrs. Lily Creal.
for this disease so It is felt the new location on Friday. 1938. E. H. Ashcraft was president are Charles Edward Creal, pres Bank employees include
that we do have more rabid an The new building has all new and the late Charles R. ident. He is the son of the late ClaudIne Hosford, Rena Forson,
imals. modern banking facilities, drivein Creal was Executive Vice President Charles R. and Lily Creal. Serving Imogene Strickland, Jeffery

For your pets protection, they window, night depository, directors and Cashier. T. E. Holdenwas I. as vice presidents are Mrs. Seale, Clestine Stanish, and
should be vaccinated. room, employees lounge vice president. Lily Creal and T. E. Holden. Mary Lou Durrance.



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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, May 26, 1966


I REO.UESTSealed FOR BIDS IN' TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF

Gardening In FloridaBy bids will be received In KLAULKR IN CHANCERY COUNTY N.. 0205.FLORIDA

the office of the City Clerk of the HARRY C. DE OROOT
( Hems Sharpe City of Bunnell. Florida. In the Plaintiff

On Us ClTlc Center Building until 8:00p. : v.,
Trimming a vine Is like defeating I Call m. on the 6th day of June. A. D. BETTY DE GROOT
1966 for one (1) new 250 amp welder I Defendant
a politician always (welding machine) with the MENDED NOTICE TO DKKEMJ

springs back to life and runs I I following Current specifications range 20-300: amps. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:

another D. C. BETTY DE GROOT, whose residence -
day. I 110 volt aux. power outlet -
and post office address
II 4 cylinder water cooled engine I are
No comment on defeated politicians I with electric starter. unknown.You

but vines serve many Piston displacement 130 In min. are hereby notified that a
The City Commissioner I reserve suit has been tiled against you In
purposes. the right to reject any and all bids I the above entitled cause; and you
Take the one that produces When. and to accept the bid that In Its are hereby with required to file your
answer the Clerk
of this
will be for the best In-
Judgment
ideal for Court and to serve
egg-like gourds-It's trest of the City of Bunnell Flor- the a copy thereof
upon plaintiff
or plaintiff's
attorney
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the practical Joker. Then there'sa ida.WITNESS whose name and address it:
vine .that specializes in dish. my hand and official SAMUEL V. HOLCH
seal this 24th day of May, A. D. 110 North Third Street
cloth production."I 1966. Palatka, Florida,
like /S/ C. B. Elsenbach. Mayor not later than June 25th, A. D.
my Trumpet-Creeper, City of Bunnell, Florida lJti6
admitted one gardner, "because I ATTESTS : If you fall to do so, decree pro
it attracts You Need / / Mrs.: Nancy C. Rodgers, City confesso will be entered against
air-treading humming
Clerk. May 26, June 2-2tc you for the relief demanded In the
birds." bill of complaint. The nature of
I' i\ Tim CIRCUIT COURT OF said suit being for
"Best of all, it's creeping with KLAiLtR (l.\TY, FLORIDA DIVORCE
chamellons Interrupted the I l-IIA\CKRY: Jin B27W: WITNESS my hand and seal' of
Antoinette Newton Holdernesa. said' Court this 24th day of May,
gardener's 14 year old son. I' Plaintiff, A. 1>. 1966
I Official( Seal
"He means lizards," explainsthe Wayne George Holdernesa.VII E. )A. SMYTHE

younger brother, "The ones I I Defendant. I Clerk of said Circuit Court
NOTICE TO DKKKNU By Julia It. Harvey
that can change color and show I THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:: Deputy Clerk

their money bags." GOODPrinting I 91 Wayne Hartsdale George Road Holderness I May 26, and June 2, 9, 16 4tc

"Sis hates lizards," continuedthe I Rochester New York. IV TilE CIRCUIT COURT SEVITVTH -
You are hereby notified that a
JUDICIAL
youth, glancing at the teen- I suit has been filed against you in I ANn FOR KLAGLER CIRCUIT.COUNTY I\

age lady, "but she likes the vine I the are hereby above entitled required cause to file: and yor you answer 5225 FLORIDA IV CHANCERY NO.

because it gives her privacy with the Clerk of this Court, RETTA MAE OUSLEY.
and to serve a copy thereof upon
when she sits on the porch with i the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney, Plaintiff

her beau." I whose name and address Is: RICHARD FRANK OUSLEY,
JR.
- FRANK D. UPCHURCH. Defendant.
Sis' ruby red blush betrayed 600 Exchange Blink Building NOTICE TO APPEAR
St. Augustine, ;\ hldt THE STATK OF FLORIDA TO
not later than June D. 19(6.If RICHARD FRANK :
her.These OUSLEY
are the reasons one family you fall to do BO, decree proconfeso whose residence and Post Office
will be entered againstyou address are unknown.
gave for usng vines in their for the relief demanded In thebill You are hereby notified that
of complaint. The nature of suit for divorce a
landscape. However they has been filed against -
may said suit being for divorce.WITNESS you in the above
entitled
not be why you'd use vines. I my hand and seal of cause and you are hereby required
said Court this 10th day of May to serve upon Plaintiff's
Aside from attractiveness and A. D. 1966 torney, whose name and At-

desirability for their foliage or (OIHclal Seal E. A. SMYTHE appear hereon, your written address defense -
of said Circuit Court
'If t0 the Bill Of Com-
flowers, vines can be used for I By Julia R. Harvey lnJi.un said or before
Deputy Clerk. the of iJune
day
many purposes, according to OFFICE FORMS May 12-19-26 & June 2-4tcIV I decree pro conteeso Wi{ be 1966 entered, else

Horticulturist R. D. Dickey with I against! you
.
'rl. : fllirilT ('OL'iLT KVKvm WITNESS'my hand
the Florida Agricultural Experi- : .nimiu. l'IR( 1'1T. i\: I said Court this 5th day and of seal May of
AMI FOIl FLA(1LIR'OI'NTY, 1 966.
ment Stations. KLOItmt. IV ('II.\X('.. nY NO. (SEAL) E.
ENVELOPESINVOICES I A. SMYTHE
Vines lend contrast and char- 32S In'. 1 Clerk of said Court
Hendrlek
Mary Lynn By Julia R.
to Plaintiff, Harvey
acter landscape planting. They Clerk

accentuate architectural lines, I John Eugene! Hendrlck, Jr.. W.I'. O.L. BOX 1VADSWORTHputy 896

especially the closely clinging Defendant.Mvrirr. BL'NNELL, FLORIDA
) TO DKKKMIIN : for
species. THK NAMK: OF TUB STATE OF Mitnl.2 & Plaintiff June
2-4teIV
FLORIDA,
You will find many of the LETTER HEADS I TO: John Eugene Hendrlck Jr. TIIK CIRCUIT
COURT SEVKTII
-
I Address and place of residence '
creepers adept at introducingcolor Unknown : ... Uf'IAI. CIRCUIT. I'

form and texture into I YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat ASH.'1.Olilbl.FOR IV:FLAGLRR tllA.M'KHV COUNTY CAK,
a suit In equity has been x o. 52x0GEORGIA
otherwise uninteresting objects, BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS I brought against' you by Mary Lynn E. ROYAL,
shrubs or trees. Many gardnerssay ,I Hendrlck. In the Circuit Court Seventh Plaintiff
Judicial Circuit, In and for
that vines are the best plants Flagler County Florida, and you STUART LEE-va-ROYAL,

yet to give their homes an air of are hereby summoned, ordered and Defendant
required to file your written answer NOTICE TO AI'I'KAH
tropical living by using them to I or other defenses to the com- THE STATUTE :
plaint filed herein against you In ..ptIE mf.ti.TO
cover passageways or to form the above entitled cause In the of 1516 McLeod Road
patio walls. flee of the Clerk of the Circuit Valdosta, GeorgialIufto'OU
BILL HEADS Court, in and for Fierier County. hereby notified that a
Ornamental vines Florida, at his office In the Courthouse
as a group, divorce has been filed against -
Bunnell, Florida, on or before you In the above entitled
are well adapted to a wide rangeof the 18th day of June, A. D., cause and you are hereby required
soils. Most of them thrive in 1966, and to serve a copy of such to serve upon Plaintiff's Attorney
FORMS
I RULED answer or defenses upon Raymond, whose name and address
sand, clay, marl or rockland, Wilson, Karl and Conway plaIntIff'l hereon your written defense appear If any
attorneys herein, whose ad- to the Bill of Complaint in saidsuit
provided plant food and moisture -I I dress la 501 North Orand view Av- on or before the llth day of

are adequate. TICKETS and TAGS enue, Daytona Beach, Florida, on June, 1966, else decree proconfesso
or before said date as required by will' be entered
against
If you plan to plant vines, re I the laws of Florida and the Flor WITNESS my hand ldouieal of
ida Rules of Civil Procedure. If you said Court thIs ,
member that soil preparation is ] 5th day of May
fall to do so, a decree pro confess A. I>. 1966.
Important. Time spent in gettingthe will relief be demanded entered against you for the (Official Seal) E, A, ,SMYTHE
In the complaint.
soil in good tilth will insure CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS You are further notified that the By Clerk Julia of R said. Harvey Court
nature of this suit Is for annul
that will Clerk
you produce vigorous ment. I W. L. W WADSWORTH1'1"1

plants and possibly have trouble The name of the court in which p O. Box 896
this suit has been Instituted Is Circuit Bunnell. Florida
free care later. Court Seventh Judicial Circuit ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF

To get the project underway, I Florida. In, and and the for abbreviated Flagler County style, May-12-19-26- -& June---24tc'Iva

mark off the area where you will of the case Is Hendrlck v. Ht'ndrlck.I .
It Is hereby ordered that this' or
set the vines and spread about der and notice shall be published

4 inches of leaf I once a week for four consecutive
compost, peat, weeks in The Flagler Tribune, a for

mold, or well-decomposed manure newspaper published In Bunnell, A ynl.. spRo13
Flagler County, Florida, and havIng eM
over it. a general circulation In Flag

As a topping, sprinkle the I We Don't Do The MostPRINTING ler WITNESS County, Florida.my hand as Clerk of

area with a liberal amount of the Bald Circuit Court of Flagler
County, Florida and the
seal of
a 6-6-6 fertilizer and then mix said Court at Bunnell Flagler

the organic material and soil County, Florida, on this 17th day TRY A
of May, A. n,. 1966. NEW DERh.
with a spade. In muck soil you (SEAL) EMIL A. SMYTHE >r
Cl Jerk Circuit Court
can leave off the organic appli Flagler County Florida

cation and apply an 08.12 fer By Julia R. Harvey
Deputy Clerk .
tilizer containing only phosphorus RAYMOND WILSON, KARL
and CONWAY
and potassium. But We Do Some of the Best Attorneys for Plaintiff

Before you plant a vine closeto SOI Poet North Office Orandvlew Box 5T25 Avenue

a tree, remove the tree roots Daytona Beach, Florida
May 19-26 & June yi'1 R/s+4T yvHv
2-9
-4 toiv
in the immediate area. The soil 1.0055 aLtfJ' 0SE

at the base of masonry con TILE CIRCUIT COURT CRY- THE NEWSFAt rR
RXTH JUDICIAL: CIRCUIT. IV
struction often contains trouble AND FOIl FLAHLKIl COUNT
FLORIDA. IV: CHANCERY' NO.
making lime, so remove the contaminated sits

soil to a depth of 18 E. W. LOWERY,
Plaintiff
inches. Replace it with a normal 'VI- r

acid soil taken from another lo Dial 437-3282 MARY SUE LOWERY Defendant.

cation. NOTICE TO APPEAR ANOT"yp
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: 1
Planting Vines Mary Sue Lowery ECONOM

The planting season is about You Residence are hereby unknown notified -

any time the notion strikes you- suit for divorce has been fta&
galnst you in the above entitled
provided the vines are small, cause and you are hereby required m I1 f 3Irlagltr drtbutirBUNNELL
to serve upon Plaintiff's
Attorney.
thrifty, container-frown plants.In whose name and address appear

the southern half of the state hereon. your written defense, If FLORI A
to the Bill of Complaint In
Just before rainy season startsis said suit, on or before the 18th MRS. M. B.
TheFlagler day of June, 1966, else decree pro FULLER. Editor
a good time to begin the project confesso will be entered againstWITNESS

Deciduous vines- wisteria, you. D lr..ted B wsM."r for anLo..1
my hand and teal of
trumpet-vine and others-do best r:11. Court this 17th day of May, Awertlal.s

when planted In the cooler sea (SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE: Entered
Tribune *1 second clay matter
!
son. Clerk of said Court February ..
1111 at the po tI -
By Julia R. Harvey
office at Eunuch Florida, under
Deputy Clerk Act of
W. L. WADSWORTH March I. 117.
P. O. BOX 896
Subscribe lor The Flagler Tribune Bunnell. Florida 0..

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May 26, 1966 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE TIIREB
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Flagler County I I I PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT I ,

I I I ACTIVITIES OF Quantity Right I Ii
Gets Increase In
WAR ON POVERTYBy I WEGIVE Reserved
II
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Social Security ( Irma Parker)
I
i, PRICES GOOD
679 people In Flagler receiveda Flagler Action Agency, Inc., TOP Thurs., Fri., Sat.,
total of $550,488 In social security held a public meeting Friday
benefits in 1965, M. D. evening to study further the VALUE SUPER MARKET and Monday
Eadie social security district needs for Flagler County. A report May 26, 27, 28
was made answering some and 30
manager In Daytona Beach re
vealed today, an increase of questions after a personal Interview STAMPS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Tel. 4373201U.
with Mr. Eldridge Mc
$84,696 and 54 people over the
before.A Millan, of the Atlanta Regional
year Office of Economic Opportunities. S. CHOICE (Flavor ,Aged)
large part of the Increasein .
payments resulted from The program is one designedto lb.
,changes made by t he social security assist persons to Improve CHUCK ROAST > 43Limit
amendments of 1965, their own situations. The Bun
Eadie said. Those changes which nell Civic Center, now City Hall
were in addition to the new pro was built under a similar pro
gram of health insurance for the ,gram, and thousands of such ( 1 to customer Please)
aged, included a 7% increase in buildings, auditoriums, and .
benefits retroactive to ARMOUR (Smoked) .
monthly parks stand today in the serviceof
January 1965; benefits for widows all the people of ,the United
as early as 60; benefits for States.A .
full-time students between 18 wide variety of activitiescan ICNIC I Sib. 39
and 22; benefits for some di. be included in a Community .
vorced women; benefits for some Action Program. This must
people over 72 who hadn't worked focus on the needs of raisingthe
long enough to get social security present standards of living
before; and the paymentof ofthe low-income families and U. S. Choice Rib Lean (All-Meat)
disability insurance benefitsto :individuals. Means tests are not lb.
workers who are unable to required to screen out Individuals STEAK 98e STEW Lb. 69*
work because of a disability or families above specific
that lasts 12 months or more. income levels. Full Cut RoundSTEAK
The Agency desires to select"target" lb.
"In addition to the people> who 980
In sectionof
began getting benefits in 1965 areas every Lean Meaty (Pork) Neck
the County for facilities with
because of these changes," Eadie
worthwhile projects of specific Ib>,
older BONES $100
continued "a good many
benefit that will be of lasting RiB lb. .
people who, upon applying for STEW
49CJuicy
In
value to all the residents the
medicare, found they were eli
fields of health, education, wel.
gible for regular social security
World's Best Ground
fare and recreation. Among the Brisket
benefits, too. All in all the 1965

retired figures for workers Flagler, 43 include disabled 357 Temporary factors considered and permanent were: No.1.em STEW lb. 3ge BEEF 2"". 990

ployment for the unemployable,
workers and their families, and
illiterate, handicapped and untrained
209 wives and children of retired workers. This includes U. S. Choice U. S. Choice
disabled, or deceased work.
especially the elderly, whose CHUCK ""'
cial ers. security The average benefit monthly for Flagler so pensions are insufficient, and STEAK Ib,59' STEAK 16. 65''

beneficiaries amounted to $67.50 age detrimental to regular em-
playment. No. 2. Inadequacy of
I
in 1965. Community facilities and Services PREMIUM SHORTENING

"These figures," Eadie said, in each area. No. 3. Better. .
"show 'how wide the protection ment of Housing Conditions.No. 3Lb.
offered by social security has 4. Creation of Park Areas, SNOWDRIFT 47
become. Just about every man, playgrounds, and beautificationof Tin
woman, and child in Flaglerhas Streets and Highways for
in social security the as safety and health.
surance that loss of income be. Attorney James H. Tucker of Limit (1) with $5.00 or more food order
cause of retirement, disability, the law firm of Tucker & Fearnswas
or death will not result In desti present to give legal guidance FLORIDA GRADE "A" (Medium)
tution-and now with medicare and answer questions of all
everyone has the assurance that those present. Tucker & Fearns
the costs of operations or med. maintain offices in the old Citizens EGGS 2 Dozen 69
ical services in his later years I Bank Building, and are in
will not wipe out his savings." Bunnell 'two days each week"
I
-- Limit 2 Doz. Please

PILLSBURY (Plain or S. R.)
24 Hour -R...
Wrecker Service oLb.

FLOUR. B 39

Flagler Truck & Tractor Co ag
Limit (1) with $5.00 or more food order
MASSEY FERGUSON
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VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 CATSUP Each a Fresh '

Owner Bunnell, Florida Crisp

O'SAGE (Big 2/ Can) LETTUCE Hd. 1ge

PEACH HALVES 2 For 58 Bag Red


BROWN & BROWN INC. SUNLITE 303 Can APPLES 4 lb. 4geTOMATOES


INSURANCEOUR I 3 Cans 39' as: .

HORMEL'S BANANAS Ib.. Z50

PHONE NUMBER IS SPAM l Can 55* FROZEN FOODS

437-3394 Golden Gem 6 oz.
C. O. S. (1/2 Can) Light Chunk
LEMONADE
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TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS

S. Highway 1 /f?+& Day Phone 437-3652 With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of
._ Night Ph. 437-3944 (1) Broom ((1)) 48 ct. Lipton 10 12 oz. Canada Dry
or Mop Tea Bags @ 67c Canned Drinks @ 10 $1
REPAIR, REBUILD GENERATORS, STARTERS Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
AND CARBURETORS Monday, May 30, 1966 Monday, May 30, 1966 Monday, May 30, 1966Thursday

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' GAMES TO BEGIN LUCKY UBBEY

I 1'1 AT FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB VISITS PARENTSLeo 312 MOODY BLVD. FLAGLER BEACH, FLA.
Beginning next Thursday, June (Lucky) Libbey of Curundu -
2nd at 7:30 p. m. will be the Panama Canal Zone spent STORE HOURS: Prices Good Thursday, Friday and
; first weekly games party for the the past weekend here with his Saturday, May 26, 27, 28, 1966
N Monday thru Thurs., 8:30 a. m-7 p. m.
i summer months. A choice of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willis *
I games will be available with White. He was on a business. Friday and Saturday 8:30 a. m.-8 p. m. QUANTITY RIGHTS
prizes and refreshments for a mission with the Corps of Engineers
,j nominal donation for students last week. Sunday-10 a. m.-6 p. m. RESERVEDOUR
I and adults. These will be heldat While In Flagler Beach he
PRICES ARE THE SAME AS THE DAYTONA BEACH THRIFTWAYSLOOK -
the Flagler Woman's Club showed slides of the work being
done the U. S. of En. FOR EARLY WEEK ADS IN DAYTONA. PAPERS
I bulldng at 1524 S. Central Ave., by Corps "" *
Flagler Beach. gineers. HERE ARE SOME OUR WEEK END PRICES. THERE ARE MANY MOR


1 FBES GRADUATION AND GARDEN CLUB OFFICERS I
AWARDS NIGHT THURSDAYThe ARE INSTALLEDMrs. I U. S. CHOICE "FLAVOR AGED" BEEF SALE

Flagler Beach Elementary Otis Magee was installed I FRESH 100% PURE ARMOUR STAR
School will hold its annual as President of the Flagler Beach GROUND SMOKED
Sixth Grade Graduation and Garden Club. Other officers installed .
Awards Night tonight, May 26, at the club's annual picnic 4Ib. $ 96 Whole
at 7:30 p. m. The public is cordially were: Mrs. Charles E. Mc. BEEF Pkg. 1 HAMS Or 57
Shank
I invited.COMMUNITY. Cabe, first vice president; Mrs. Half, Lb.
E .Alfred Juengling, second vice CHUCK "ROUND BONE" SHOULDER
MEMORIAL I president; Mrs. Frank Brede, cor
CHURCH NEWS I responding sec; Mrs. Albert Bat
I ROAST.Lb.. 48ROAST
Lb. 68-
Filling the pulpit next Sunday ten, recording sec; Mrs. G. Frank
morning at eleven o'clock will treasurer. 45 members, friends
be Mr. Wm. Cowen of New Smy and husbands enjoyed the picnic I BONELESS POT CHUCK

rna Beach, Florida, at the Com and installation.
munity Memorial Church. On As usual the Garden Club cul I ROAST Lb. 78 STEAK Lb. 58-
Thursday, (today) beginning at inary artists were at their, best
2 p. m. the Ladies Guild will with a variety of food fit for a
meet in Fellowship Hall with king. After dinner, cards were

Mrs. Mittie McKinnon and Mrs.I I played and some members and SPRING LAMB SALE OTHER MEAT
Hannah Vogel as hostesses.Mr. I friends enjoyed the well kept ITEMS
picnic of the Bulow Ruins
area
I (ARMOUR STAR) FLORIDA GRADE "A"
and visited the old mill. '
Shill had sugar
and Mrs. Henry (
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Magee was presenteda LEGOLEGSTHIGHSBREASTS
as their guests Sunday
Mrs. Glenn Chase and children, lovely plant in recognition of
Bobbie, Wendy and David, from the work and interest she had LAMB Lb. 89FRYER PARTS Lb. 49-
Orlando. Mrs. Chase is a nieceof shown in the Club. Mrs. Magee
I I I
her executive board officersa
Mrs. Shill's gave LAMB SHOULDER SMALL 'N MEATY
I gift and a birthday corsagewas

OPEN FOR Vogel.presented to Mrs. Hannah ROAST Lb. 59SPARE RIBS Lb. .69LAMB -


BUSINESSOceanside GRADUATION DINNER
SHOULDER THRIFTWAY COOKED OR BAKED
FOR FB SIXTH GRADE
The Sixth Grade of the Flag
ler Beach Elementary School had CHOPS Lb. 79HAM Plig i. 59-

their Graduation Dinner last

Friday afternoon. There are FLO CANE PILLSBURYSUGAR
Restaurant eighteen students in the class
PLAIN OR SELF
I and their teacher and principal RISINGFLOUR
is W. E. Fennell, Jr. Others Joining .
I the class for the dinner
1 Mile South of Pier on .
AlA I were: Mr. Coy G. Harris, Jr.,
I Superintendent; Mr. Walter 5 Lb. 5 Lb. (
Morris, Supervisor; Mr. Averly Bag 37- BB 47
Minnie Jelinek Brown, Guidance Counselor; and
Mr. Benton Clifton, Principal of
Manager Bunnell High School. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
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SANDWICHES Complete Line of I ERICK COMPLETES KULESKI COURSE II I SUPREME gt&CHD! ICE CREAM HALF CARTON GAL. 47 e

Marine Private Erick S. Kules-
Limit 2 with $5.00 or more food order
ki, son of Mr. and Mrs. HarryF. !
SHORT ORDERS Kuleskl of 619 New Hampshire MIX OR MATCH DELMONTE

Ave., Flagler Beach, was I FRUIT
! PIES CAKES graduated from the four week I 21/2 OSAGE PEACHES
( Aviation Mechanical School. $"300
OR 4 For DRINKS 4 For 51
i TASTY FREEZE During the four week course I 21/2 PURPLE PLUMS
he was given a basic knowledgeof
i ICE CREAM mathematics, physics relatingto I
pi i mechanics and electricity, and Fresh Produce EVERFRESH
BEVERAGES layout and measuring tools. He Cinnamon BUNS Pkg. of
I was Continued also familiarized with com I Head LETTUCE 2 For 3ge 6 geJ
o ( on page 7)
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( 1- :mRJ X(1 fi:'ffit11il11 l1ilfi1: [jt'i1\C[ rJf 1o "'c Winesap 4 Lb. 4 20 Oz.
I APPLES Bag 490 BREAD Loaves 89c

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::. THE OPENING OF Fancy CUCUMBERS Ea 50 DOUGHNUTS 3 pkgsz. $100

VWWWJWJWWAflrtVWAfl./'......................"". ............1'............"rIY'."................................14

Surfside Flower ShopAcross 50 EXTRA FREE 5OLIOO1OOL.5O: lt 50

from Pier, Flagler Beach
.' GOLD BOND STAMPS GOLD BOND STAMPS GOLD BOND STAMPS
POTTED PLANTS CORSAGES
With this coupon and your j With this coupon and your With this and
coupon your
FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS, ETC.
purchase of purchase of purchase of
Telephone 439-2114 One 4 oz. Jar Borden's One 3 lb. or more Bone One 27 oz. can "Bug Kill
Cremora 29c less Beef Roast ing" Klear at $1.09
Coupon Expires Coupon Expires Coupon Expires

..Saturday.........,.May.....28....,.1966... Saturday, May 28, 1966 ..Saturday.......,.May.... 28..,..1966....I

r CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. 5.0" EXTRA FREE .5. .0. SEETHE .0. "EXTRA 5.0.

H. CRAIG, Funeral Director DAYTONA BEACH FREE
GOLD BOND STAMPS
GOLD BOND
JOHN CAPO. Manager ( PAPERS FOR STAMPS
( With this coupon and your With this and
; AIR OXYGEN purchase of EARLY WEEK ADS purchase coupon of your

CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I LADY I EQUIPPED One 10 lb. Bag Idaho ALSOCOMPLETE One Everfresh 10 oz.
ATTENDANT Baking Potatoes Pak
AMBULANCES AD FOR Potato Chips @ 59c
Coupon Expires Coupon Expires
Phone ID 7-3532 Saturday, May 28, 1966 WEEK END Saturday, May 28, 1966WWV

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Lyke'a PU.RE PORK

SMOKED SAUSAGE


LOCALS Merchants lb. 59C


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BUNNELL SCHOOL IDLE\VOOD CLUB I Streak O' Lean
SENIORS ENJOY MOTHERS TEA i
HOUSE PARTY LOVELY AFFAIR I WHITE BACONlb.

Eighteen members of the Bun The Idlewood Club's Annual I .
nell School Senior Class enjoyeda Mothers Tea was held at the 490
weekend house party at Lake home of Mrs. Jimmy Hargett on
Weir. Dancing, swimming, and May 15 with about thirty Invited
games were features of enter guests calling during the af
tainment. ternoon.A .
U. S. D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALE
Attending were Sherry Hargett, color scheme of pink, white
Margie Lee Blakely, Brenda and green was used in the
Murray, Betty Lynn Bourne, rooms of the home which were ROUND STEAK lb. 89
Faye Durrance, Donna Akins, opened ensuite. Presiding at the
Carol Pache, Margaret Hoskins, coffee and tea service were Mrs.
Butch McDaniel, Stanford Robertson I Lee Blakely and Mrs. Herscel
Robby Durrance, Benton King. CUBE STEAK lb. 79
Eisenbach, Ed Schatz, Mike Tid-
well, Pat Barrow, Louis Smlglel- Members of the Club presented
ski, George Jarosz, and Bill pink carnation corsages to their

Kurtz.Chaperones included sponsors, mothers. CHUCK ROAST lb. 49
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bayless, Mr.
and Mrs. M. B. McDaniel, Mrs. Rodgers during the past week
end were their children, Mr. and
Norma Turner,
Lee Blakely, Mrs.
Custer Durrance and Duke Mc Mrs. Herbert Rodgers and son,, Lean Western
Paul. I

Daniel.The Class wished to thank all
PORK STEAKS lb. 59
those who contributed in any UNDERGOES
way to making the party such TONSILECTOMYLeona

an enjoyable affair. Ann Durrance, young i Drummer Boy (SMOKED 14.16 lb. Avg.) (HALF OR WHOLE)

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy
IDLEWOOD CLUB TO
Durrance, underwent a ton-
HAVE SWIM PARTY sllectomy at the Flagler Hospitalin
AND STEAK FRY St. Augustine Tuesday morn. HAM lb. 59
Members of the Idlewood Club ing. She is recuperating at the
and their husbands will hold a home of her parents in Venice
swim party and steak fry at the Park, Flagler Beach.
home of Mr. and Mrs. Joy Stefllk
Our Value 303 Can
on Saturday, June 4.
All members planning to attend CALL TOMATOES 8 For $i DIXIE CRYSTAL
are asked to call Joy Stef-
Ilk at 7.3257 by June 3. 437-3669 Our Value 303 Can SUGAR

Guest of Judge and Mrs. T. K. CREAM CORN 4Ltf" JL 00STYLE 5 & 370
McKnight last week was their
I son, Captain Charles McKnight.He Martin Our Value 300 Can Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
is stationed in Ft. Worth .
Texas with the U. S. Air Force. PORK & BEANS> fOe
Hi-C 46 oz. Can
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. HardingFOR FRUIT For
DRINKS 3 89cCOFFEE
Riddelll Sunday was their son, MAXWELL HOUSE
Joy Sisco, of Jacksonville. He
also visited with his brother in DAIRY SPECIAL -
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Otis
LIGHT DOZIER Kraft Bottle
Magee of Flagler Beach. Qt.

Mr. and Mrs. James Tracey of I.. WORK I Ilb. 47e ORANGE JUICE. 290

Jacksonville, spent the past
week end here with her parents, Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order FROZEN FOODS -
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Allen.They SHELL
Winter Garden 14 oz. size
also attended the Bunnell High
School Baccalaureate Service. CEMENT ROCK FRESH PRODUCE CREAM PIES 3 For 990

U. S. No. 1 SweetPOTATOES
Mrs. Lew Wadsworth has returned
from a visit in Atlanta, lb. tOe
Georgia with her parents.Mr. FILL DIRT
Fresh Crisp CRISCO OIL
and Mrs. Robert Zook of
Ft. Lauderdale spent last week TOP SOIL CELERYGolden Z Stalks Z5e 24 oz. "
here at the home of Mrs. Flossie I BottleLimit 29'
Richardson. They were visiting!I I RipeBANANAS
wih Flossie during the day at! COW MANURE lb. 1 with $5.00 or more food order
the Bowman's Nursing Home in: 10e

Ormond Beach. ..------. ... \/1
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BUNNELL THEATREBox 50 100 50 .ai.O



Office Open 7:15-Show Begins 7:30 with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase'

of (1) Empire of $2.00 or more from of ((1)) Pkg. of 4
"Dr. Goldfoot & Bikini Machine"STARRING BOWL BRUSH @ 49c HAIR CARE RACK LIGHT BULBS

VINCENT PRICE Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon void after
Monday, May 30, 1966 Monday, May 30, 1966
FRIDAY Monday, May 30, 1966 .... _ _ _..,.

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SUNDAY


Beginning June 2 weekend

We will begin running two features- | gill

One feature Thursday and Friday-

and Sunday. Phone 4373227OPEN
Saturday
feature
One No. 1 BUNNELL
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I Computer Use Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune, $2.50 Yearly in Advance I JOSE Lot 4 PAIIK blk 25 ...............-. Griffin, Walter P ........ 2.82 l

P . . . . . . . . . . Lot 48 .........?..................... Sherlnger, Ralph & Ida 8.99
.. . AUTKSIA SUB 40 10 31 i

In Food IndustryDid Lot 6 blk 9 ...................... Johnson Lillian .. .... 4.87
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT Lot 4 blk 9 .......-............. Dompe, .A.. G. & Phyllis-- 2.82
FIRST ADDITION TO ARTESIA!
you know that a computer Lot 3 blk 15 ......?_....._ Smith Joel D & Phyl- I

part in the food IIIPadgett.. .,,:_...__.,...,_.,.,,_.......,. 6.47
plays a you AMBULANCE ; SECOND ADDITION TO ARTESIA!

Lot 4 blk 12 ..........
serve your family? PHONE VAlley, 4 1625 I SEASIDE' MANOR 29 11 31 Oveda _. 41.93 "

The food Industry makes use SERVICE South 2H. acres of lot

of computers to Improve its ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA / 14 10 except.............or......bk.......12......pg.......26:! 11 31 1.03!) Varn. Claude G. & Mary

products. I Belle --.-.___.. 4.62 ,
Never be b sltcmt about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We South 1 % acres of lot ,

This magnificent machine with 10 ............................?..... 1.50 Creal. Charles &: Wads-
the electronic brain may flash are always at your service with promptness safety and worth W. L. Trustee. 6.05 E
Part of Oov't lot 7 not !
the food experience.
the news to processor Included In Sunrise !
that you will buy a certain kind Beach Sub bk 48 pg
Equipped With Resuiitator and Inhalator 352 except bk 67 pg
of product. It can show how Oxygen 435 .. ..._...........
new ............... 33 11 31 3.77 England. Minnie _._ 6.63 !!
Part

I many times you bought a similar .. Garcia Funeral] HomeP. bk 9 of pg Gov't 258 ..lot........7....or.... 35 11 31 0.08 Forsyth D. P. Jr. ..._.. 13.71
product, say home economists SUNRISE BEACH 36 11 31
Lot 11 except R/W AlA

with the Florida Agricultural E. GARCIA; Licensed Funeral Director Part blk 2 .......".."......".."".... Lindsey. W. H. ._._._..._ 5.47
Extension Service. of Gov't lot 1 or
LADY ASSISTANT ; GOLD bk 9 pg 258 ............_._. 36 11 31 0.03 Forsyth D. P. Jr _.......... 1.76

Computers are capable of de. ....."'./"v........................"\l\,."''''."...........ivvuuwywuvsNOTICE Lots 5 COAST thru 12 SUB except 1 12 31
veloping recipies and can supplya I R/W AlA blk 3 ....- Lalng. John & Margaret -

variety of possible combinations _. .. 34.91
1 Lots 5 to 20 Inclusive. .LJLalng --- -

of ingredients.Food blk 8 ...........................?. John & Margaret -

items are always on the Notice Is hereby given that on the lit day of June 1966 at Bunnell. i Blks 11-12-13-14 ........_.. Lalng,_-j. --Ma: ; 30.79

grocery shelf because a computer County of Flagler, State of Florida lands ,to tax sale certificates will be sold garet ..._...........__...__... 27.10
of the following described pay the amount due for taxes rorilHAN PLACE SUB 1 12 31
probably Indicated when the herein set opposite the same together with all cost of such sale and Lots 5-6 blk 2 ...._..._..... Cearhardt. Kurt A &

grocer needed to reorder.To all advertising.DALE. B. BROWN. Tax Collector Flagler County. Florida Lot 5 blk 6 ...._............... Johns Katherine, Theo....&.....Helen..??...?.,... 67.28 8.99

insure that the food product of SW% &: SW33, I NW Lot 15 :JkN 7 V.F.f; 4 Thompklns, George M 74.92:

is always of the same quality Wof" NWU ..?..._ 19 11 28 120 Tilton W. D!. & Pauline 28.29 of SW 3. of NW<4 except
S1i 4 & SW of part Included in
computers also maintain W&CV! ,,,,,.,,_......,.,_ .?-.,.. 29 11 29 520 Peterson F. H ...._........ 121.09ST. M-S-A 3087 & except
standards] Flour cake mixes 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 Daytona
sausages, spices, and ice cream ST JOHNS HEY CO !9UB..32! 12 208H Ave as shown In Pe
tr 1 & tr 3 Blk 6 .... 36 12 29 20 Coppersmith .................... 5.23 tersons Sub .................. 1 12 31 31.55 Lalng John &
that you buy today are the same Tr 3 ilk 15 ...,.._ 3 13 29 20 Nott R. W. & Vertle .... 5.2S ___..._.__Margaret ._
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_...._ 3 13 29 20 Nott : ...... 3.09
as you bought last week or will Tr 1 blk 16 R. W. & Vertle 5.23 Part of EH of SW 4 of
lU'PONT RY A; LAND COMPANY 16 13 211 NWH bic 34 p* 247 .. 1 12 31
4.0
buy next week SE% ._. 32 13 29 160 Thlgpln Wlnnlfred & Lalng John & Marga-
Jones, Nellie ..............:.... 37.28 MODEl. LAND CO !SUB 1 12 31 ret ...................._.........-.... 2.69
LAKE DISTO.V PARK SUB 8 14 20 Part of NEK of NEV4

Lot.......3...blk'...,.,.2. ._... DUO ..01.. .. .I. .'... Rltts, E. H. & Ruby 1.13 east of canal belna-
US-SA 3086 .........._...... 2 12 31 5.35
WANTListings ADS Lot 2tbik' 2' :;.::..:..:..: i ii 29 Strickland R. L. &: Dor- Lalng. John & Man a.
othy .................................... 3.60 !UIDWA'" PARK 8 U 3. rer ...""""""_"""_":.:_...::. 5.63
NEi of SW34 except Lots 7.8 ............................ ..Moore
Book page 182 & MOODY SUIT 1Z U 31 JC. Kathleen\ 1.U
muter this beading are & 8E 47o SWy. ...... 16 10 30 79 O'Ilyrne T. F. & Mary 19.92 West 30' lot 1 & all lot

SE 3i of NW14 & SWVeNWT 10 blk 2 ...............-........ Henry
3 cents a word each insartton. Roger V. et al 71.41>>
of & SVtl3, of Lots 11-10 blk 6 .......... ..
/
75 cents Is the minimum charge .. 30 Jarvis, Eugene Lot 26 blk Z4 .............-... Sostee Pratt .................. 120.24
N: of NW'4.-::::::::::: U i3 30 1:3: O'Byrne, T. F. ""'Mary' 2UIHXIE Lot 3 bik ... ..... Cowan Joseph I ...._.... 4.81
WANTED furnished Beach IIIGIiWAY PARK Jt 18 30 Lots 1' thru Oti..j, r Lyon Mollie N. ..._....... 37.84
Lots 19 Marcella. Mellissa .... described In bk 58
House at Flagler Beach for the N3 :i9rM! ..:: :=:: ZT 11 31>> 10 O'Byrne, TF. & Mary 11UnAXfI.y : 309 blk 49 ................Pi".... Alexander
month of July. Phone Palatka SUBDIVISION U U 30g VENICE ARK SUB Lumber Co. 67.85
Lot Baxley, Catherine 11.97 Or bk 13 Pi" 421 blk 1.. 12 12
325.3944 or write Mrs. B. T. Til- Lot g ::::::::::::=== Jackson> James & 'vir: AMENDED !iltB VENICE PARK 31 13 0.20 13 Fonda 31 Charles tl &: Sue 4.05

Box San Mateo Florida. glnla ......._._.__._.......... 2.29 Lot It blk 61 ................ Johns
ton 398 Lot 24 Charles Creal Lot 18 blk 68 ......... ..... Theo &: Helen. 17.28
May 26 tf. Lot b ..:::::::::::::::::-':=:: Thomas. Pearl Lee' .::::: un: Lot 22 blk 68 ....-......-...... Taylor Bolden Paul &.. Stella. 91.40
Lot 26 ...................__.___. Robinson Sylvester __ 19.46 Lots 6-1 blk 83 ............ Taylor E. V. .____... 4.87
: Lot 18 .........._......_... ._.. Mid.State Homes .......... n.O OCEAN CITY 13 13 31 E. V. ......_.__._ 13.11
FOR RENT-Furnished 1-bedroom Lot 6 ................?-......_.._... Steward. Rufus, Jr &: Lot Z blk D...................... ressly .
Eva .... .
@ $40.00 Christine .......................... 18.19 PALM HARBOR 13 ........... 4.87
apartment per Lot 17 ................................ Brown Willis Jr ...._. 17.59 All frac section except 12 31
month. Furnished 2-bedroom Part of NWS4 of N124 fo3 1 224 & M-3-A
or Hook 1. page 120 PI except partsouthwesterly
apartment @ $45.00 per month. except or Book. 1 0 f
Inquire at 1723 So. Central Avenue page 122 & except or southwesterly bound.
book 8 page 254 ........ 31 11 30 1.65 Hannah. Mark & Natalie .

Flagler Beach. May 26, 4tp. ........._.........._............. 7.49 NS's ary tr of 9 blk canal A ..R/W............-_ 24 32 12 12 31 31 9 10 Wood E. L. Trustee __ 6.56 i
KNO\: JONES SUE: 0. ESPANOLA..31..... .....30 ..'nUA\ !4t:1I IIJ 13 32 Mikulka Joseph ...._...... 3.0t
BABY CRIB AND MATTRESS Lot 2 blk E...................... 31 11 30 Favors Hugh .................. 23.20 Lot 1 except R/'V sn ',
Lot 2 .. Butler, James & Minnie AlA blk 1 ....................
$12.50. Jerry's Furniture and Lot 3 tW( \ ::::::::::= Jones, F. ......................_.. lif7 Lot 8 blk 5 ...................... Zilch. W. J. &: Gladys.. 78.04
Old Dixie Lot 6 blk E ..............._.. Wilson Z. W. &: Rosa 23.20 Lots 23-24 blk 3F ........ Kesely. Eva .............._._ '.93
Appliances Iecker
Highway
.. 1 Lots 23-za blk .... Chlol & Mary 7'.92
2 miles south of Korona. 5-26-ltc Il 13bblk EE ::::::::::::-.: Toner. feleneM e..:::::::::: fU: Lots 1.2 blk 15 12.........-_.. Lindsey Nowicki Z. H. & Zefla 4.87
Sl-- 30 Monroe &

Lot KNOX 3 blk JONI F ........._11_ Thomas. Richard Jr. ........ 3.56 Lot 23 blk 20 .... ......... Shirley ......._..................... 4.45
FOR SALE-Rotary Power Mow. Lot 2 blk F ...._................ Butler, James & Minnie 12.57E Lots 31-32 blk 26- ........- Fuquay. D. E. ...._...._.. 8.99
condition V of EIi of NW/4 .... 32 11 30 40 Herda. W. M. & Lucy. 10.13 Lots 1--3 blk Z9 ... ..-. Kressly. Eva .................. 8.99
er. Very good $20.00. Long.
!'IT JOHNS! HEY SUB Lots 1-2 blk 33 .............. Waudelle T ...... lI.n
Kodak Junior Six Twenty Camera Tr 1 blk 15 ...................... 6 12 30 10 Drought Gladys &: Dor- fart of W or bk Tpgs }i'recht K. J. .................. 2.82
orthy ......_........................ 3.60 527-528: ................_.......... 19 U 32 51.427
with carrying case, $5.00. Tr 2 blk 1 .........._............ 9 12 31>> 20 Flagler Cattle Buyers Wood Edmond L. trusMOltNINGSIDE .
Polaroid 104 camera $25.00. Call Aesoc ...... ......................... 61.22 : SUII 1. 12 32 tee .........._......_............._... 21.53
III'NN"LI. Ufoa' CO SITU D 12 SOIL'Tr Lot 1 blk I 5>> ......... ..... .
4392385. May 26, Itc 6 blk C .........._.........._ 10 McLeod Gurley &: Shel Lot 3 blk 8 ........-................. Wilson A. F. ..........._". 1.75
ba ..._..........._...................... 3.60 Weaver : C. & Geraldine .
FOR SALES bedroom, Florida TOWN. 0.. IIUNNEI.Ll 83 Kobylarek Elizabeth 88.82 Lot 7 blk 9 ....-.........-.... Gardinier....:.... :George................&...... 3.43

room, block house kitchen furnished Lots 3.4 ik-891bl........._: Smith. Makie ................:: 23.20: Lot 8 bik 9 ............ ... ... Josephfne ,,.,,,.,.,,,,... ...... 4.45
Lots 1-2 blk 112 ..... ___ Wilson. Itoolllevelt ........ 2.62N Lots 5-6 blk 15 ...- ..-. fiord S. R. & Doris .... 3.83
air conditioner, corner % lots 1-2 blk 93 .._. Murray Mercedes 8.24 Gardinler. G. E. &: JOllie-
Lots 4910.11 blk 98 .. McKenzie W. H. Estate 11.91 Bike 17 thru 26 & blk phlne ...-_...._..............._... 3.42
Magnolia and Moore, Bunnell Lots 1.2-3-12 blk 98 _.. McKenzie W. H. Estate 30.69 33: all .... .............. ..... .
Lots 124 King, .. ...... ..._.... 19.36gy Wood Edmond L trustee
city limits distance of
walking Lots AAObR.ll1l...... .... y eIiho: i & Peg- MOIIII't nl ..:............__...._...........: 3 o.'1t
school. $10,000.00. Phone 4373466. .........._...._........._........ 120.49 Lot 35 blk 1 .................... 1& 13 33 Alexander
55.4tc Lot 3 blk 129 ............._ Parramore Mae ............ 6.37Lot Lot 38 blk 2 ..........-...... Honton Lumber Co 16.6&
2 blk 130 ._.._......._- White Sam ...._...._........ 6.31 ..:...R....:!::: & Elizabeth :
......._.........
5.47
I.ot 1. blk 131 ..._..__ Hubbert E tern ............ 6.31 ATI.AXTUEACU SIB lit 12 33
LIKE TO nSH?-Come to Pelli- Lots 11-12 blk 160 __ Hymon Willie & Rosa I Lots 14.15.16 blk ....... '
Lee ._..............................._ 27.55 Lots 18 thru 20 blk 1. 4 Pal Parker ....._...._......_. 25.48
cer Fish Camp. Boats, bait, tack. Lot 7 blk 161 ...____. Pouncy, F. J. &: ElizaBeth I Lots 21 thru U blk 4 Flagler Dev Co Corp. 33.11
le, camping and picnic area. ......................_.......... 23.80 South 3S' of lot 2-1 & all Flagler Co Dev Corp. 6.93
Lot 10 blk 165 ....___ Thomas Chester & Rosa I lot 25-26-21-28 blk
Under new management. Rich- ...._.................._........._... 3.22 Lots 16 thru 20 blk 6 .6. Flagler Co Dev Corp 34.11
Lot 3 except 11/W US I Lots 13-15 & 21 'lagler Co Dev Corp. 31.61
ard and Wilda. 4-28-tf 1 bik 167 ......-......... Ezell. Italian ......_.......... 20.06 I 26 blk 6 : thru..
Lot 2 blk 168 .....?.._.. Kennedy Mary............. 19.46 Lots 13.15-21-22 blk 11 Flagler Dev Co Corp. 44.62
SINGER sewing machines. New fart lot 11 bk 21 pg 60 Lots 16 thru ZO blk 11 Flagler Co Dev Corp. ..81
except ll/W US I & WUUtE\: AUK ESTATE Flagler Co Dev Corp 11.89
used repairs. Call Bob French, except or bk 4 pg 570blk Lou 29-30 blk E. .......
173 .. Dale H. Annie fart 68 Ilodlan John ._ ...... 1.13
of 8 bk ""
:253.4541 Daytona collect. Lots 9-10-11.12:: k199 Sheffield: 1;. t: Jr ...-= 2nnI. 285 ktrB ..................pg.... 4 13 31 0.13
<' lots 4.5.6-7 blk TOWN 0. FAVOIUSTTA Baker Pauline __.___... 27.55
FILL DIRT-call Martin Hardingfor 261 .................................. Florida Planters ......_.. 8.84 1 13 31
Frac lots 9.10 blk 265 Smith. Grover C &: 1.1InnlA 5NHf4 of bEy4 of NI23& 17 13
fill dirt, top soil and shell. ...w ......-..-..........-............... 1 A.,.ft.. 31 30 Prestige Builders Inc 8.09
ItfNNKLL lEV ('0 sun
Phone 4373669. Jan. 13-TFC The north 85.0' of parcel -
described In or NOTICENotice

FOR SALE LEASE, OR BENT bk 6 pg 289 blk B.... 14 12 30 0.24 Hall. Oscar Jr __._.......... 4.76
LAKE TKUHACH SUB 14 12 30 I. hereby given that the following
bedroom .Florida room, and Lots 1-2-3-9-10 except much thereof as will be necessary to pay the described lands or .0
beach house unfurnish- R/W US Highway No. herein I set opposite same, together with" amount due for taxes
carport 1 blk K ._......._. Decker Chlols D. & I will be sold at public auction on cost the of 1st such sale and advertising -
ed. Hurricane fence encloses Marlyn .........?......_.......... 96.09 at otttce of the City Tax Collector In the Civic day f June
LINCOLN IIEIGIITS SUB 14 12 30 beginning at 10:01): o'clock A.1Io1.. In the City enter Building.
back yard. Call 4373472. 2-10-tf Lot 4 blk 4 _.__........ Daniels Blddle. et al.. 11.97 'lorlda. of Bunnell Flagler County -
Lots 2-3 blk 5 _- Warren Lula Theresa

COX'i UPHOLSTERY Bunnell, Osborne ..............._.......... 12.57 Lot 9. block 89 ......................-.._..._ B &: P. Ine. ...................... ...
... 2.45
BCNNFLL DEV CO SUB 13 12 30 Lots 3-4, block 91 ...............-..-...?.. Standard Home.
Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and Part of tr 27 or bk 14 Lots block Inc. ...... a.18
deliver all furniture free. For BINNELL PT: ( 356 blk IIOMES1TES C.............. 15 13 12 12 30 30 1.0 Wimberly, James R. .. 12.57 N Lots t : block block n ::93:::::::::_.::.-.::::: Nealte Gladys loosevelt Davis Wilson?. ....:::::::::::::: lUIiloltt.1.li

sample material and prices on Lot 24 blk 1 Pallvada Adam ...-..._.. .94 block 93" ::::::::::: Hazel Emanuel Beal -::::::::::::::::::::. u=
Lot 14 blk 4 ................ Underwood Joe & An- NESS lots 11.12, block Eliza Davis
labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf nie ......_........_.-._...._....._ 1.54 Lots 1-2-3-4.9-10.11.12, Uocj-s': :::: W. H. McKenzie..?Estate.,,, ..:::: :
nt'NNELL DEV ('0 SUB 22 12 30 Lots 1.10-11.12. block 124 ..-.-.-.. Riley King ... 20.95
_.
...
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SEPTIC TANK Cleaning; drain Part of EH. tr 3 bk 47 Lots 5-6. block 124 ....-....-....--.-..... Thomas S. &: Peggy?Haynes? 8.00

fields installed; Rota-Roter snail Tr pg 1 69 NH blk tr B 12..?&_...NK_..( 2.16 Pallvada Adam ...__..._ 5.0) Lot Lots 7.7-8 block block 161 125. ...::::::::::::::::::::: W.Pinner C. 'j.a2 lzab Smith 1'oun.-... 48.85 18.10

Call tr 10 part of tr 6 east cy .......................__.._......_ 19.70
shell. Reasonable prices. of RR blk A ?......._ 23 13 30 50 Morin Phil J _................ 13.17 Lot 11 less frac. block 173 -.--.. H. A. & Anna Dale
437.3410 8-1-tf TOWN OK+ DUPONT Lou 5678. block 199 I 117.89
Jarosz A &
George -' Alma Sheffield..
Lot 7 blk 94 Marlon. Phil J Lots 9-10-11-12. block 199'_ ... 35.35
J Lots 10-11 blk'- ::::::: Marlon.I : Phil J .........:: :.94.94 Lots 5-6-7-8. block 202 ......::::--= us PhJ'i:. A Alma Sheffield u:
*S "arbert _.... ...
s-- ..
s *s-s > 9-10 blk 124... Lot 7. frac. block ..._ _
Lots 261 .
ST JOHNS DE CO SUB- 30 12 30 Marlon. Phil J ........._._. .94 Lots 58-59. Keystone -- ---. Clarence Unknown ..._......?..."..._...".. 1.53

JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER Tr 1 blk 11 .-........ 31 12 30 10DtTONT Bcnton. Mable H .._...... 3.00>> Part tracts 3-6 block C. eaht:3 30, ** & Ruth Parrlih 2.45
BEACH REALTY CO. IIAILWAY A: LAND CO Sill 1. 13 30 Louk Pg 181 ..- Carl &: Charlotte Bratcher
17.45
SU of HMi of 81H31 IS 30 40 Loi 1 f-3.9.10 e rR/Vv"usT
Kout. n. n. Trustee .... 23.32 ; Lake
LOTS HOMES OCEAN FRONT JOHNSON BEACH 20 !. 31 lots 1-2-3, block K. Terrace
........... .. ....... .
FAR.IS.ACREAGE Lot 19 blk 3 .-...-..- Larue. George & Mary 1.57 Sub. .. ..-____ Chlols D. & Marlyn Decker 79.KA
FRONT
WATER
Cosma. Y. J. .. .1 1.67 Lots 23. block 2. Lincoln Hts Sub Ed & Lucy London
GoVt19iouI1C3-4.5'T.ni'-:::: 19>> :si 131 Harris I b 'thpi r e Lot 4. block 4. Lincoln Hts. Sub. Rufus Daniels & Blddie""v *."

Estate ...-....-....-.......... 116.2J line Gwendolyn & Joyce r-
See us for your real e.tert need HERNANDEZ: GRANT 40 12 31Ilk Daniels :

, Office Phone HE 9-2242 40 PIT 39 1.99 White J. H. 2.83 Lot 9. block 4, Lincoln Hts. Sub. Gladys Miii :=:====: IU:
58 pg 331 -.- -.. 5.79: Dompe, A, O. & Phyllis i 8.99Class Lot 14. block 4. Bunnell Homelltu Joseph & Annie
Residence Phones ID 7-3691 Ilk a-27 pg 477 & bk 30 Tracts 23-24. block C. it 12 30>> H. E. Olson( Elmer Underwood W. & 6.23
45 except bk 65MAGNOLIA Zelma Olson :
or ID 7.3517 MANOR 111, 40 It 31 3,55 T. R. Estate ...... 26.68 Part tract 27. block C 15 12 30 James & WlmbeFlT:.:.:.::.:::. ll'SiI ::

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May 26, 1966 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN

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I Andy Waterman, membership; Books Are My DishBy Until only a little more than ......F ...... --
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Donna Whitney, refreshments
vJeacn ; 100 years ago, the tomato was a PETERSON
Debby Johnson, publicity; Dorothy Homans garden curiosity and thought to I'I TEXACO
(Bruce Arnold, custodian; and be poisonous. SERVICE
Continued From Page 4 I Susan Peterson, scrapbook. Out When I was graduated from I' ROAD SERVICE
going sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. Smith college in 1917, books and Light Mechanic Work
mon aircraft hardware, the use I Bernie Wilson, Mrs. Reynold the people who wrote them, jwWANT*To pLK.EA Phone 437-3441 Junnell
of common handtools, and the. Hoover and Miss Gail Munro seemed to me to be the most important NEWSPAPER' AD I
use of technical publications. were commended for their participation part of life. I had every SAYING'YOt1NG -
right to think so-I had heard
during the
years. MAN w 4rER'..
METHODIST CHURCH Church school time is 9:45a. John Masefleld read Sea Fever O. F. ALPORD
NEWS m. and morning worship at and Alfred Noyes read Come t Registered
Down To Kew In Lilac Time. In
11 o'clock with Rev. Reynold I I
elected
Newly officers of the
Methodist Youth Fellowship were. Hoover, minister. New York I heard Amy Lowell Real Estate BrokerBunnelL
I read Patterns and I would see
installed during the regular Florida
Edna St. Vincent Millais in a
worship hour last Sunday morn ---------ate
I' SPLASH PARTY FOR green and gold gown take 19 '
ing.They CHAPEL CHOIR curtain calls at the Met. for her
were: Sandra Owens,
I librette of The King's Huntsman. c7i HASTINGS MATTRESS
president; Lee Bourne, vice, The Chapel Choir of the Flag- Laurel was cut for books and I& UPHOLSTRY WORKS
president; Jo Anne Wilson, vice I ler Beach Methodist Church will their writers.
It was impossibleto 710.12 Lemon St.
president of missions; Kenny enjoy an end of season splash think
of
literature as a some
Palatka
Whitney, vice president of projects party at the pool of Mr. and Mrs. time sAY,THIS I S I Florida
thing. Then the Depression
came
= Phone EA 5-9166
; Wayne Owens, vice president Bob Henderson next Saturday, then the undermlng- FAST 5ERVICE j rr Furnitu-
Upholstering
of socials; Kathy Bourne, 28th from 3
5
May p. m. to ing of the Cultural Right that Repaired & Refinished
sec; Steve Martin, treasurer; p. m. Mattresses & Box Springs
I was only too willing to be undermined
I Made Order Also Renovated
by the Communists.
,;" ; ., "' '' \ .r Finally, TV's bland silver eye c Call Laura Morris 437.3233i
: l .:? ; i.h: : ; ';i ; II hypnotizing a country's mind. I I i PRICES After REASONABLE 6:00 P. M. ;
Books
were out. Writers were
.
xY w;w j. :i11: 'f' : I BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
> fff:. am squares. Having more or less got I I Just as near as your
1
: used to that idea but it took I Phone or Post Office ,'
:0:; some doing I was startled to see II Drop Us A Card or Call
i' a most revolutionary two I Free Pick-up & Delivery .'
<' \ ads. in last week's Sunday pagesof I :i.l .!..r ______ __ ._
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< Beach Public Library-ads with '4
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salaries innumerable for beginners fringe benefits from and$6- ::: HART REFRIGERATIONAND @

A 4 000-$3,000 for Librarians.
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PRETTY POTATO PEELER-Beth Poole of Hastingsis

getting practice these days peeling potatoes after she

was crowned Miss Florida Potato Blosso of 1966. The

brunette lovely smiles on one potato she finds particularly -

"ap-peeling." I

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NOTICECity -


of Bunnell dog licenses are due June 1,
1966, and will be available at City Hall on that
date. License fees are as follows:


Male and spayed $1.00 .
/
Female $2.00A


rabies innoculation certificate signed by a
veterinarian must be presented before a license

will be issued.Arrangements.

have been made to have a vet

erinarian at the Civic Center Friday, June 3, pennies a night you can enjoy
1966, between the hours of 8:30 a. m. and 10:00a. ,
m. The veterinarian's charge will be $4.00 OUTDOOR ELECTRIC LIGHTING
for each innoculation.
Gang-ho! On with the show! Outdoor electric lighting sets the stage. .

CITY OF BUNNELLMrs. on patio, backyard, poolside or garden. Family cook-outs are picnics
when meats and poultry are barbecued to finger-lickin' perfection
on
an
Nancy Rodgers, City Clerk
electric rotisserie. Electric skillets broilers
and coffeemakers are so safe
and easy to use. No muss, no fuss just Iota of fun for everyone!

Place a few electric lights in the right places and you'll have a big

extra room outdoors plus an added margin of safety, color magic,
TO THE CITIZENSOF and dramatic beauty unseen by day.

See your electrical contractor or light fixtures store now.

FLAGLER COUNTY: ,


I would like to express my thanks for your vote THERE'S NO MATCH FOR

FLAMELESS. :. ELECTRIC...
and support in the May 3rd Primary. ITS CHEAPER. TOOl

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Howell V. Peavy FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANYr '

HElPING BUILD 1I.OltlDAThursday



PAGE EIGHT THE, FLAGLER. TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, May 26, 1966
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-j ATTENDS GEORGIAGENEALOGICAL Because a-t least 110-million Fla--it has sometimes been I and is, often nicknamed the
I I
Mosquito Control aires have homes In Naples, called ,the "City of Millionaires,"I"Palm Beach of the Gulf Coast/

Board For
Prepares
SOCIETY MEETINGMrs. ,...

Summer InvasionThe Zachary G. Holland Jr., \
and Mrs. H. T. Cook spent several -
East Flagler Mosquito days recently in Atlanta,
Control Board Is prepared for a
Georgia. While there they at. ,
possible Invasion of mosquitoes.The tended a workshop conducted by
secretary reports 46 miles Citizens Bank
Leon Hollingsworth. It was put
canals have been
of drainage
on by the "Georgia Genealogical
dug, several ponds In low level Society".
country have been dug and
stocked with larvae eating fish, Among the interesting speakers Of Bunnell
which helps in the control work. heard were Mrs. Henry Nelll
Also, an additional new truck Segrest, daughter of forme GoVernor -
and fogging unit have been add. of Florida, Napoleon Bonaparte .
Broward, and Judge
ed.The Board feels that a great Folks Huxford of Homerville,

deal of good has been accomplished Georgia, familiar to many In Cordially Invites to the
in the last few years our area as Author of "Pioneersof you

and while the complete extermination Wiregrass Georgia".
is our goal, it proves to '
formal of the
be a big problem.The opening
Mosquito Control Board STUDENT ASSOCIATION
expects to put on a clean-up
SPONSORS BICYCLE
drive soon, ridding our community
of possible breeding places, SAFETY WEEK
such as old cans, tires, etc. or New Bank Building
any debris around premises. (By Joe Anne Wilson)
Anyone in the District havinga A bicycle safety check and rodeo
mosquito problem can get help was conducted by the Student -
by calling our Board Chairman, Association of the Bunnell
George Moody, or one of the High School for the elementary
Commission members, Frank classes 1 through 6, on Friday Thursday May 26 1966
Brede or Lyman L. Gage. May 20.Each. ,

"'f, bicycle was checked bya
Bunnell Methodist student association memberfor Hours: three until seven
brakes, chain, light reflector,
Church wheels, seat handlebars, etc.
Each boy and girl rode thrua '
Rer. Oliver F. Taylor. Pastor small obstacle course using

TransformationGod hand signals and stopping 303 E. Moody Blvd. Bunnell Florida
offers to a person a hear techniques. After successfully ,
that is not hard. God offers to< completing this each child was
every person a life that woul given a BUNNELL HIGH RE-
be complimentary to him and< FLECTOR.
good for the Individual. Then
who does not need Approximately fifty boys and .
is not person =. ..
girls participated.
the love of God. However, many;
poeple will try to be self suffl

cient even unto competing witl Look who's behind the wheel of Chevrolet
God's love. Many people wan a Impala
God to leave them alone, bu
:.
God never ceases to want eacl
t person to reach fulfillment in,
His love. Every person mus
have a reconciliation withir .
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themselves by acknowledging :.
1h greatness and majesty of the
Lord God Almighty because He
who is the God of all mankindis
also the God of the individual.Of 2
: .
'' course we want to stand on
our own feet as a person, but /tJ ..- ,
God created us to share his love. Sv
Full surrender to God will. makea
change In any life. .
I will take out of your flesh the -
heart of stone and give you 'a ;s s r
heart of flesh." Ezekiel 36:26.:
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Bunnell HospitalContinued

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From Page 1
missioners of the Joine Accreditation -

Administrator Z. D. Holland ,.
said today.
The accreditation resulted froma
recent evaluation and survey
conducted by the Association
which found that the Hospitalmet 1 Impala Super Sport Coupe .
the standards of the Joint
Why, it's you. Pulling away from your Chevrolet dealer's,
Commission. have evolved let's say. You've got just the model you wanted. (And at
These standards such a good price.)You've got that Full Coil suspensionand
and observation -
from years of experience solid Body by Fisher. (And at such a good
of those hospital practices '', price.) It really makes you feel for the people
which have proved con- who don't know what's going on at their
sistant with high quality patientcare. Chevrolet dealer's.
To accredit and recommenda
hospital to the public, the
Commission considers It essential -
that the hospital meet these

standards, he continued.The .
Joint Commission on Accreditation '
is supported by it's 1 Jm:

Member organization: American I ,.
College of Physicians, American
College of Surgeons, American
Hospital Association and American
Medical Association, Mr. ...

Holland pointed out. L1 I I
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WATERWAY POPULARIn MOVe OUt in May Sea your Chevrolet dealer! CHEVROLET. CHEVELLE CHEVY n. CORVA1R
1965 a total of 5,320 boat till Chevrolet Way ''' .
passings was recorded at Palm --...-........................................................................................................................................................cr........c.DhI..._....-.

1 Valley Bridge east of Jacksonville 0'.1111
I as 45 percent more boats
I than 15 years ago used Flori
da's intercoastal waterway. HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY
F Vessels logged included 104
government, 307 fishing, 915
commercial and 3,994 pleasure. 200 S. STATE BUNNELL, FLORIDA PHONE 437-3131