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Began in 1917?
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-69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
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Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
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Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).

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f:,: VOLUME 53, NO. 20 ___ BUNNELL FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1965 $2.50 A YEAR I'


Juvenile Shelter Arthur Durshimer Low Rent Homes I Cancer March Recreation Body

" Contract Let by I Dies In Atlanta Are Being Built By Planned For I I CommissionersDiscuss

r County Board I Hos pital I Friday I Housing AuthorityAccording Friday NightMrs. I SpendingThe

The Board of County Commissioners Arthur H. Durshimer of Albany M. B. McDanlel Cancer( County Recreation Advisory
r at a special meeting Georgia former residentof to a news release Crusade Chairman for the Flag Committee met with the
the office of
r Friday night May 14, had only Bunnell, passed away May Matthews ler County Cancer Drive said I Board of County Commissionerslast
one bid for supervisor and 14 In an Atlanta Ga., hospital Congressman Billy they will have the Crusade Friday night to discuss expenditure
builder for the Juvenile shelter following an illness of three the Public Housing Administration March on Friday evening May I of $3,000 allocated to
I' that Is to be built on the east weeks. He was 58 years of age. has approved a Federal 21. The drive will begin at Bunnell and Flagler Beach each I
k end of the county Jail. The lone I Mr. Durshimer was born In l Loan for construction of 40 new seven o'clock and will be mark. (for rccrcatonal purposes. I

r. bid came from BernIe Wilson. Mill Creek West Virginia and low-rent homes, as an additionto ed by the one long blast of, theFire The county board had requested I
the Housing Authority
" Sheriff E. A. Edmonson sub- was Resident Engineer for the I'. present Siren. I I the meeting because it had
of Flagler County, in Bunnell.
mltted to the commissioners a Georgia State Road Departmentin : Mrs. McDaniel said the drive not received satisfactory recommendations
plan for the shelter which has Albany. Georgia. lie formerly I Twenty of the new units are to in Flagler Beach Is being con- from the commit

, been approved by Florida prison resided here and was employed i be designed for the elderly. ducted this week by members !I tee. After some discussion concerning
authorities. It provides four with the Florida State Average construction cost for of the Flagler Womans Club. : .obligations and responsibilities
and is to be I the new homes Is estimated at In Bunnell and adjoining'areas '
I separate rooms Road Department before going the committee retired' '
, built of concrete blocks and I to Georgia. I $8,702 each including equipment Mrs! W. W. Deen Is In and, soon returned with some

furnished with latest type fix. Graveside Funeral ,services charge of the march. She is be. recommendations. However the j
1 ,
tures. Sheriff Edmonson said. 'were held at the Espanola Building is to be undertakenby j ing assisted by: Mrs. George whole committee will meet

i It was also agreed that at this Cemetery at 2:30: Sunday after. the Housing Authority of the I I Clegg Haw Creek; Mrs. Sammy again May 24 to complete Its
t time a cell should be Installed I I noon. Rev. Howard Porter pastorof County of Flagler, which awardsall I 1 Bertha Bimini; Mrs. Walton work.
R| to house violently Insane per I the Bunnell Methodist Church cantracts on the develop. Kinney, St Johns Park; Mr. and Recommended for Flagler

P, sons until their case is disposed officiated. The Bunnell Mason. ment. Mrs. Lee Drasba Korona; Miss Beach area' : Furniture for recreation .
of.The I Ic Lodge conducted the graveside j i I The loan, totaling $515,241 In Cella Joyce Emery Espanola; building $1200 I
board also agreed toG burial ceremony. eluding interest will be repaidby Mrs. Marvin Strickland Favor. Tennis court improvement: a '

name Coy Harris Junevile coun I lie is survived by his wife,I the local Housing Authorityfrom I I Itta; Mrs. John Seay, Midway; I 12-foot chain link fence for each
selor and also secretary of the Mrs. Louisa Allen Durshimer, the proceeds of the sale of Mrs. Gordon Shields, Bratcher-1 t end of court (one cost estimate

Recreation Committee.The Albany Georgia; ,one son, ArthurH. I its long-term bonds to private ville; Mrs. Robert Cook Mrs. furnished etaolnfw
meeting had been called Durshimer Donaldsonvllle, Investors.In Tony Kahlert and Mrs. C. B. furnished; backboards for basketball .
specifically to hear reports, of Georgia; two sisters Margaret addition to constructionand King Bunnell Business District. play mounted at each
f the recreation committee which Durshimer of Brooksvllle Florida equipment funds the loan Mrs. Debby Herr Is In charge I end of tennis court to be used
was given. (See recreation story I and Eleanor Durshimer of will provide funds for site acquisition of AlA north of Flagler Beach. for dual purpose; hard surface

elsewhere In this Issue.) Washington. D. c.; 3 brothers, and Improvement utilities Those In Bunnell assisting In I I I' each end of tennis court from
Frank of Fernlndina Beach, planning and design fees the drive are: Mrs. Gene Knight present slab to back stop fence;
space for local Authority man Mrs. Marie Muzyka, Mrs. Rem net $600.
Norman of Roxlane N.C., andE.
City Lets Paving J. of Tommerville, Ga. Also agement and maintenance and Murray Mrs. Edwin Pelllcer, Dote to library for supplies
surviving are three grandsons. tenant activities, Interest on Mrs. J. C. Rodgers, Mrs. Ray and books $100
Contract MondayFlorida loan and administrative costs. Sturman Mrs. Homer Brooks, Water fountain for HMlcre
Pall bearers were Dean Holland -
l The contract between PHA Mrs. Elbert Crews, Mrs. M. B.McDanlel park to be centrally located for
State Paving was the Rob Deep Phil Johnson and the Housing Authority of Mrs. T. A. Jones Mrs. ball park swings and tennis
low bidder on the asphalt to be George Wickline, Steve Spark. the County of Flagler providesalso Russell Improto, Mrs. Shelton I I court $::50. ,.

a used on the street paving pro man and John Rice.Local for annual contributions by Barber. Mrs., .C._ B. Elaenbach,! Barbequet grill suitable for :
... .... gram ,for'the City of. Bunnell. arrangements-were un the Federal Government to help Mrt. T. H.. Wadsworth Mrs. Jeffery family use to be placed' near
The low bid of $7.75 per ton 'der the direction of Craig Funeral keep rents within the means of' Seale i Mrs. Ralph Massey;I swing area $::50. ,
was accepted by the board over Home of BunnelL low-Income families.The I/ Jr., and Mrs. Custer Durrance Little League uniform and I

$8.25 and $9.90 bids of Womackand 40-unlt low rent project Mrs. Deen said the group will equipment to be paid. This I Is
LAN Construction both U part of a long range program meet at her home after the for two teams out of Flagler
of Daytona Beach. Florida State Land And Sea developed by the City of Bunnellto drive for coffee. I I I Beach to participate In the summer I
Paving Is from Bunnell. eliminate slums and blight Mrs. McDaniel said the quotafor recreation program $15381:
The asphalt will be used in Fashions Sold This "workable program" is a Flagler County Is 100000. Hula Hut to be built within

paving and repairing 22 blocksIn prerequisite to Federal asslstan- I I the city limits of Flagler ; j jI
the City. It was estimated To Local CompanyClegg ance for public housing. Bunnell Beach $500.
End of School ,
they would use about 850 tons is also eligible for other typesof I I I The above total Include
to complete the present program. and Associates and Mrs. Federal Urban Renewal assistance $25381: unexpended balance of
The Commissioners 'agreed to Geneva Soloman, both of Bun. In carrying out Its civic Calendar Given I appropriation. j

visit a water treatment plant in nell. have purchased the Land Improvement program. 21 Friday i previous Betto McDanlel
Monday, May through one representative
and Sea Fashions of Bunnell
Lucie observe the
Port St.
May 20 seniors are excused I for the Bunnell area said .
under from the owner L. A. Yelving-
operation. The plant con.
from school. there I 1a an unexpended balance
ton. The business is located In
Bunnell Is designed
sideration almost for identical to the the Citizens Bank Building 107 Moody ElectedCommander Monday May 31, review for of $283.33 and agreed to spend "
added to the balance
exams. $317.67,
Port SL Lucie plant. North Bay Street. June 1 first third total of $COO. ,
McDaniel announcedthe John H. Clegg of Clegg and of Tuesday, carried over or a !
Mayor Iklrs. and fifth period exams. But, she said she was not willIng .
Associates said
of Small Municipalities today Solo ,
League Wednesday' June 2, second, to list expenditure of the J
mon will have full management Post Here
at the Flag- Legion
will meet
of the business. fourth and sixth period exams. total $3,000 on the short notice 3
She will be
Club build.
Jet Beach Thursday evening' with the assisted by Mrs. W C. Sullivan.Mr. Leonard Moody, Flagler Beach, Thursday, June 3, student holiday given at the board of county
log Yelvington will retain his was elected commander, of Flag teacher's work day. commissioner meeting May 14.
hosts. 'I
City of Flagler Beach as votedto store Land and Sea Fashions of l let Post 115, The American Friday June 4, awards day. The $317.67, agreed upon to
In other business they
bill for Ormond Beach, and will reside Legion at the post's regular Assemblies for elementary and spend now Include bleachers
the a I
pay school students dismissedat fountain and
meeting Monday evening May high backstop, drinking

patient arrest who' was by the shot policeman.The while resisting here.Mrs.. Solomon and Mr. Yel 17, In the Civic Center at Bun 11:30: A.M.Graduation Exercise. other diamond.Improvement to the baseball .

bill was presented at the vington the two are stores In Miami this week.buyingfor nell.Other officers elected to serve Sunday, May 30, Baccalaureate Also agreed to spend $316.19

May 3 meeting for 50100. After with Moody for the lOO .fi6 year services' 8 P. ,'., Methodist for Little League uniform and
conference with the Hospital I I I
a Bunnell. countywidebasis.
are; Walter Creal first vice Church I equipment on a
the bill was reduced to $362.45. commander; Charles Mlsslnne, Friday June 4. graduation ex- Also agreed to allocate
Including the hospital and surgeons GEORGE HARTENBACK second vice commander; Rev. etches, 8 P.M. Bunn H gym. $500 for the Carver High School
fees. The patient died DIES TUESDAY NIGHT Howard porter chaplain; Mrs. Anyone having any awards to ore*.

during surgery. George H. Hartenback of Henrietta Mlmine! historian: be presented should contact
They also agreed to Investigate Beverly Beach retired restaurant Walter Morris, finance officer: ; Benton P. Clifton, Jr., principal. Junior-Senior Prom
the of J. E. Holt
request owner of Ohio passed away at Raymond Smith service officer; to make arrangements for their
to open a Street between Erie the local twwpltal Tuesday eve Floyd Hurl, sgt at at arms and presentation during the Awards This Friday EveningThe
and Franz Court off Deen Road.
I ning. He was :56 years of age. Victor Buckles asst sgt at cms. i Assembly on Friday, June 4.
I He had resided at Beverly Beach Mrs. Cora Buckles. Victor Bunnell High School
BULLETINThe eight years and was a veteran Buckles and Joe Slovak will FATHER OF Junior-Senior Prom la scheduled

Qty of Bunnell has arranged of World War IL represent the poet at the 47th D. W. JONES DIESBill for Friday evening May 21.
for a veterinarian to be I Survivors Incluude his wife annual convention. The American Jones of Boonville )f..... from 8 to 12 P.M. Junior faculty
at the city hall from 8 A. Jet, )fn. Mildred Hartenback. Flag- Legion Department of Floe died at his home there May 9 sponsor and parent will chaperone .
to 10 A M. tomorrow, May 21. I ler Beach; a daughter, Mrs. ida at the Floridian Motor Ho after a long Illness. He was the the prom during this time ,
A veterinarian's certificate of{ Haul Wood, Galllpolls, Ohio; tel. Tampa, May 20-23, 1965 father of D. W. Jones and )In. at the school' gymnasium. .iI
innoculatlon must be presented'I a son. Earl of Point Plesant W.j t I The' post was Invited to par. Willie Crete of Bunnell. Invitation have been extend.ed .

before a dog license can be Issued Va. Also surviving are his parents tidpate In a Memorial Day Program Funeral service wa* held to junior and senior with r

Dog licenses are due on, a sister and a brother. Sunday afternoon. May 30. there May 11th. He was 74 years I their date, parents faculty .
Tuesday June L I I Graveside funeral services will at Volusla Memorial Park In of age. I I member and school board mem
be held at the Espanola Cemetery Daytona Beach. Outgoing Com Ibers. '

The Unisphere, symbol of the I at 2 p.m. Friday Arrangements mander Cora Buckles will It the sun were made up of I The Swing Temptation from
New York World's Fair Is the I are under the direction speak and a color guard headed the best-quality coal It would Winter Parka seven-piece,band ,
largest model of the earth ever of Craig Funeral Home of Bun.I I by Floyd Harl. sgt at arms will I I have burnt out within 8,000 and vocalist-will make their I
built nelL appear. year' third appearance for the dance.

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Description S T R ...l Taxe :A Coats
1 Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune NOTICE OF TAX SALE'Notice 'I SW 3 lots 7.8 block lit Glddens, Frank A Basic 14.28

---. -- -.,.-- Lots 9.10 block 126 London. Ed A Annie,
I, __________
!it hereby given that the following described lands or' so much Lots 7-8 block 126 __ Smith. W. C & Mary 21.09.
HASTINGS MATTRESS thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein Lot 3 block 129 __ Parramore, Mae 6.74
set opposite same together with cost of such sale and advertising, I Lot 3 block 130 White, Sam _-_ 6.76
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS will be sold at public auction on the 1st day of June, 1965, at the Lot 4 Block 130 is Beauty & Grlsby
t.' office of the City Tax Collector in the Community Center Building '.%1

:, 710-12 Lemon St. beginning at 10:00 o'clock.A.oL, in the City of Bunnell, FlaglerCounty Lots 11-12 block 160 .... Hymon Willie A Rosa
Florida. Lee 26.00
t Palatka, Florida Lots 6block 49 Annie Mae Kennedy _.. U9 Lot 8 block 161 __ Nelson Louis et al __ 9.18
Lots a.., block 91 Hattie Smith .. .. 19.25 10 block 165 Thomas., ChesterA Rosa -
I: Phone EA 5-9166 Lots 6-6. block 91 I Gladys Davis ... ........... ...25NIAI Lot 2.86

I Furnltu-v Upholstering! lots 1-2 block 93 __ Nealle Beal _. .-... 1.11 Lot 2 block 168 -_ Kennedy, Mary _____ 17.68
& Refinished 8W34 lots 11-12, block 93 __ Hazel Emanuel ____ 2U. Lots 9-10-11-12 block ... .
t. Repcdrea NEH lots 11.12. block 93 Eliza Davis 30.60 1U _...__ Sheffield, L. S. Jr. 11.37
"r.. Mattresses & Box Springs Lots 1-2- block :: W. H. McKenzie, Estate __ 21.13: Block 267 book 60 page

I Made Order.Also Renovated Lot 1, block 123. John A Vera Mae Cruse. 2.38 274 ...... ..-.... \ Smith I\. E. A Dorothy 6.26
NE44 lots 11-12, block 123 Nealle Beal __.. 6.19 Part of tract 7 book 45
v Call Laura Morris 437.3233 Lots 1-10-11-12. block 124 __.___ Riley King -. 8.00 age 361 except book
Alter 6:00 P. M. Lots 1-2. block 129 Bernice HUlne 6.19 62 page 298 block D 11 12 30 0.26 LewondowskI, Helen ..uaf
Lot 2, block 130 -... .. ..,.. Sam White ?-. 6.19 Part tract 3 book 62
PRICES REASONABLE Lot 4, block 130 ____-___ Georgia Grlsby 9.88 page 295 block I) ...... 11LINCOLIN 12 30 0.11 Peterson, Hazel ..r 18.18
j I.' BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. NE 25 lot 3. NE 25' Of 8E 20', lot HEIGHTS SUB.
4, block 161 Flora Shaw 4.75 Lot 9 block 2 Warren, Johnnie A
Just as near as your Lot 8, block 161 --_ Mary Topsy &Louis Nelson Martha .- .. 7.91
Phone or Post Office Rosa Lee A Willie Hymon 10.38 Lot 1 Block 3 -- Robinson, Cleveland

I Drop Us A Card or Call Lots 5-6-7-S. block 292 ___. ..... Ralph E. Harbert ___ 4.25 estate 14.78
Free & Delivery Lot 3 except 2156 tq.Pgs. bk Lot 9 block 4 ___ Mills Gladys ..*____ 1.60
Pick-up 379-380 & 40' ,of NW'LY. .1 '; Lots 2-3 o ki-_...._. Warren, Lula. TheresaOeborne -
frac. block 268 _.. Grenson Osborne 2.44 A Jeanette 11.37
Lot 7 frac. block 261 __.___ Unknown .... 1.44 Lots 7-11-12 block 5' Warren Johnnie 10.17
J. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH Lot 3.: block 1, Lincoln hits. Sub. Jasper & Mary Anderson 14.56: A Jeanette 11.17
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Lots 4.&, block 1, Lincoln Hts. Sub. Jasper Mary Anderson. 23.94 IIUNNELL HOME9ITES
AND FOil KL.AOLKH COUNTY.: Lots 2-3. block 3 Lincoln Hts. Sub. Ed A Lucy 3.31 Lot 14 block, 4 _____ Underwood. Joe A Annie -
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. Lot 9, block 3, Lincoln Hts. Sub Johnnie A "l:: gnwiill 3.31 --- ,- -- i.1I

I'I Lot 9, block 4, Lincoln Hts. Sub Gladys Mills ..... ......-._ .... 3.31 ST. JOHNS DEV CO. SUB.
CITY OF FLAGLER BEACH existing Lots 2-8. block 5. Lincoln Hts. Sub. Johnnie Warren 3.31. Tract 2 block 13 30 12 30 10 Lee. B. E. __ 3.70
a municipal corporation Lots 4-6-6-10, block 8. Lincoln Hts. Tract block 11 31 10 Benton Mabel II. 3.70
I under the Laws of the Sub. ___._ Johnnie Warren __ 2.88 SH l SH of SE 1f. 31 .II Ig 40 Kout. ILII. Trustee = 26.19:
State of Florida, Flagler Plaintif County Lot 7, block 6. Sub. Johnnie Warren -...:- 3.31 JOHNSON IIKACH SUB.
Lots 11-12, block i cg,IJIl liL Lot 6 block 1 Ratsch. R.JL A Lois. 1.41

LANDS which SUb. __._....__,1 ...... Johnnie Warren __.... 4.00 Grant to Hernandez; .
CERTAIN Assessments, upon are delinquent Lot 5. block 6, Lincoln Hts. Sub. James Butler ___________ 1.21 book 40 page 39 __ 40 10 11 1.99 White J. H. ___ '.04
Special Lot 14, block 4, Bunnell Homesltes Joseph A Annie Under O. R. Book 6 page 1\1.. 40 10 11 0.34 Jones, E. A. A Lucille 3.64
Defendant wood .......... 6.69 MAGNOLIA MANOR SUB.
NOTICE ,Lots 12.13.14, block 1, Carver Sub. Robert Willie Mae Un- I Lot 24 ___ Cannon J. C. 3.64AItTSIA
TO ALL PERSONS Interested In wood ___..._.....__.._ 7.56 SUB.
or having' any lien or claim upon All railroad property owned by Lot 14 block 4 ____ Que -Liss Laboratories,
any of the lands described herein: wwithinatheacorpCorate Railway Co. Inc. 2."
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat limits of the Lot 3 block 9 _...._T.-. AabeU C. V. A Edith. 2.64
THE CITY OF FLAGLER City of Bunnell. :...... .. 1.239.50 SECOND ADDITION TO ARTESIA
BEACH baa filed It. bill of complaint NANCY C. RODGERS City Tax Collector City of Bunnell, Florida Part of govt lot 3 book
In the above named court 63 page 124 _.._ 9 11 31 3.60 Greene W. S. Jr. 13.31
to foreclose delinquent special !SEASIDE! MANOR ,
assessment with Interest and NOTICE OF TAX' SALE Lot 8 Smoot Evelyn A Holt I

s.n the parcels of land Harry A. ,..- -.._._-. ._ 74.15
set forth In the following schedule, Notice'Is hereby given that on the 1st day of June 1965 at Bunnell S 2H acres of lot 10 211 31 250 Yarn, Claude O. A
the aggregate amount of such special County State of Florida tax 'sale certificates will be soldof Mary Belle 3.04
assessments, Interest and penalties the following described land to pay the amount due for taxes IIRUNKR ADDITIONLot
against said respective parcels herein set opposite the same together with all cost of such sale and S block S --,-...-.? O'Bryant H. E. 1.23
of land, as set forth In said all advertising. SUNHI1H URACH
bill of complaint being DALE B. BROWN Tax Collector, Flagler County Florida Lot 11 except R/W AlA
site such parcels .In the following nelerlptl.a S T R A Tsses at C.sts block 2 __ Llndsey, W H. 4.93
.. schedule, to-wlt: NW14 of 8W14 ot NE"11 10 II 10 Derry, David __ I.U Lot S except R/W Alt
", PARCEL NO. l: Amount of Spe- That art S block 3 -- -. Kozmlnskl, Joseph A
cial Assessments: $124.03. NE 1 k NEW ofNWV Olga 4.93

Beginning at a point 107 feet north of n/u 20 11) II 21 Tilton, W. F. .___ 1.11 Lots 5-4 block 6COCIIRAN ...._.._ McCumber, Abba _____ 8.22
Rut and 115 feet South of the E4 of NE14 10 10 II 80 W. F. &Evelyn PLACE SUB. ,
"" ,I' Northwest corner of Tract 10. Ailt-n 11.10 Lot 11 block 4 r ..,. S Harr, William Jr. __ 4.43
running; west to ohrll east line of That part north off R/R Lot lttStlO 7 Tompkins, George M. ".'lI
the John e A as It that SUB. .
,", now lies, thence In a Southeasterly : NW i4 part thOt R21 10 II JaO Tilton. W. F.. \ Evelyn Lots 1 to 6 incl Fields. Owen O. Kas-
direction along said east line M. ln.u per P. C. ________ 11.71
of said John Anderson Highwayto All ____ 22 11) II U&& Tilton: 'W-F-; & Evelyn j PLAMA VISTA SUB.
the south line of the North half M. ... .. .. .. 130.10 Lot 41 block 2 __ Ferrell. Robert E A
"" "" '
of Tract 10, thence line East alongsaid All ..... 23 1G II US Tilton. "WF: :& Evelyn Grace B. 2.11
the of Connecticut
line to MIDWAY PARK 130.60All
Avenue, North ofbeginning All ____ u 11) II 826 Tilton W. F. Evelyn Lot S5 .... Miller Glenn 3. It Ruth 17."
along said line to the point MOODY RUB.
: : All In Block D, Section that portion north PoL ----- no.1O West 30 lot 8 All lot
I mast 11 Township, In the Bunnell IS South Development, Range 81 ot FEC R/W 16 10 21 400 Tllton\ W.W. et al IUI 10 block 2. ______ Henry Roger V Sr. A
That part lying et al 65.99
\at'!\ Company's Allotment as of per the Circuit plat of 101 & SW14 ofSW. Lots 4.1 block 8 .......... Terrell. Alice i I 1300:

fled Court with of the Flagler Cleric County Flor % __, .. ... ... 21 1G II 1U Tilton, W. F. \ Evelyn Lot 3 block 16 Whltaker, Isabella __ 6.33
1" 11.11 Lot 30 A lot 1i

,r ida. EXCEPTING a. part of the THEItI.FROMBeing North half of SW144 \ W% of SE% 10 10 II 240 TTilton.""W-F; :"" Evelyn block 33 r.1 -. .,...-. S ),[nrant". Jimmie W A

Tracts 9 and 10 of Block "D", Section M, 10US O' Betty 6971
.,J. 11. Township It South Range E% ot NW1f. W% of Lot 3 block __.a Lyon. Mollle R. .-.._.. .3471
'''rr 31 East according to plat of Bun- NE% __---&._ U 11) III '10 Tilton, :W. F. A Evelyn Lot 4 block 60 Whltaker Isabella 81
lI.n Taconts, Shirley 68.73
nell Development Company, and t.t1c1:1R
5 more particularly. described as follows w3 5 ___ at 10 II 300 TIItvr Evelyn ii' SUB.
: Beginning at the Northwest M,. 'UT Lots 7-8 block IS --..,-- Moody Co. ... _.. ,.. ,,. 10.11
W% ot RW}* A SW1Qof J. VENICE PARK Sim.
t corner of the said Tract 10. as a
point of reference and running NWI4 _....__ U 11 IS 110 Tilton, W.lf. A Pauline 25." That part of the NWU
thence South 1 25' 05* East EIAI of SW3 of NWf4 21 11 21 10 Tilton W, F. ____ .71 northerly of block 47
along the West line of the saidTract Air frac ex O. I\. Book, of Amended Venice '
10, a distance of 1160 feet 4 page 469 Ii 11 II 11." Ward Jake P. -_ UIHW'4 Park and westerly of :..
N% & 8E144 'E4 of Flarler except .
to the of beginning of this I..A\: r,
1 I tfooJt; n North 38 de -_- I 11 21 110 Tilton, 8..T. Land A UI.ln1 -. 244- '. .K*
', 22' 40" East, a distance of Cattle Co. t".11 book 67pages
: 107.0 feet to the West boundary of NE'3 11 21 110 Tilton 8. J. Land & 111.110.10't">..',k1\i1!,
Connecticut Avenue: thence South Cattle Co. -- n.1I>> 39-417-430 A book 68
1 degree 25' East, along the NW3G ex south 15 acres pares 34-371-275-298-
West n r:5t Connecticut Avenue '8E ___"_ 4 11 It 1n Bertha, n. T. ___ 13.11 308-345 A O.R. book .
1 a distance of 0 feet: thenceiaoutlr W'4 ofWof SW,4 4 11 It 10 Bertha, Robert T. lua 1 pages 43-S9-S4S-401. ,
:: SS degrees ::; 40* West, a E% oSE flE 8 8Wof \& 613 A an. book spares .. ,. ""*/' f V 4
:' distance of 100.(5 feet to an Intersection '4 % ofNW3L 41-487-404 A 1\ "; "
I'" with the Easterly boun- or S101Q except O.R. book 4 pages II68 < m.
:\ dary of 60 foot right of way of 0.1\ book 1 pages 1&1 A O.R. book 4pages r
r the John Anderson Highway UI I 11 II lU Bertha Thomas 14.11 334-328 A O.R. .
thence North 13 degrees 21' 50" EY, except book 33 book 7 oafea 192 A
West along the said Easterly rightof page ,.__. .,.,.. 11 11 U 111 Tliton 8..T. Land A OAMENDED. 133
way boundary, a distance of Cattle Co. ".11 A O.R. book 10 page .
F 31.09 feet to the West line of the All 11 11 II .31 Tilton. Co.S. J. Lan4 .. VENICE PARK ** Moody Company__ [8261
aid Tract 10; thence continuing Cattle 130.0 : i 6tn
21' 50" lilT. JOliN! PARK CO. 917x Blocks 64-47-71-74 canal r. .
I along said Easterly right ofwwayboundary Tract 1 block 15 20 11 It 10 Knapp George Jr. 2.71 R/W except that ., ;
a t; Tract 2 O Bernard UI part block 44 Included
j thence North I'\int'frf.I.lslfe! 25' Tract 1-W34 kb'o' kr: It II n UAU a rison, hope-'W: In Flagter Avenue Addition

East ft distance of 11.50 feet toy A. Jr. 1.10 A except book
the point of beginning of this de- Part ot tract 1.0. n. 10 page 107 A book
scription. Bearings are referred to book 4 block 11 pare 371 pages 341-334 A "' .'
the True Meridian and parcel containing US 21 11 It 1 s oing. Martin AU- ort Moody Company 15.59
; 0.15 acres. Recorded In 210 part of block 14 -

:, Deed Book 45. page 217, Flagler 11T. JOHNS PARK ADDITION book SO page 107 Moody, George JKressly. .... .... 1.63
: A County Records. Lot I block 15 Pringle, John II Mary II OCEAN CITY SIB. .
," In addition to the amounts set 8 tract 1 & tract 3 Lot S block B _
,opposite each parcel of land In theforcrolnc Lock 6 .,..,... .,,,, 31 11 II 10. f'ollpelth D. 1.11 All fraction section except Eva i ..II
schedule Interest and Tract I block _...._ 3 11 It 11 Thorpe, It it. 1.4' book 19 rare 334 '
I pen..UI", as provided by law, on Si4 of N-% except 8E1( A MRA. S103 A ex.ceptthat '
( such :rnlt'f: assessments of fiE of NE' IT 11 II 150 Tomoka Tile Company St.1I part south
a proportionate A of IS 11 It 111) Tomoka Tile Company IUI westerly of southwet '. I
; this: of the costs rdtx n Lot IS book lit page. 151 IT 11 It 10 Tilton, 8. J. Jr. 17.00 erly boundary of ca .
< of suit are a be enforced LAKE iIaTON "ARK SUE R/W .._ 14 II ,31 t Wood. E I \ '
\ and foreclosed, In this suit. Lot I block 2 _.__ Ritts. Eo It A Ruby 1.10 F'Q rn. Trustee .21
,.. to appear and make your defenses 1f'irk"2 Strleklanll, 18.1. A Dorothy Lots 33-34 block 4 Snyder Watkins Christina Cathleen __ 1.33
to said bill of complaint on or Ut A Catherine
before the 19th day of June A. D. RAXJ.F' SUB Lot S block S Kreul S.73
6I1bf'and ear3Udt l 1 to do lI1lowyn Lot 80 Dade,., Catherine __ .n Lot 4 block Charest.,. Eva Ardlen- ::::=: 4.U
or the I.ot 10 flmlth Jack II Lucille n.ot Lot 30 klOT-=: ..:J .. .. 164.S3
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be taken as confessed by and Lot 11 Lots green. Mabel
1.4. alddens. F.ssla 11a. 1.10 13 thru SO block IS R.
you will be barred from thereafter loOt I Thomas, 'arl Lee 14.11 Lot 3 block 17 J. 13.93
r. .contesting 4of'f and loOt II \ Robinson Sylvester 17.08 Lots 9-14-tl bl ?k'i'O" Pomeroy. Cora W. __, 1.41
said respective parcels d willbe Lot 9 Adams. Charles Willie n." Northerly 37.SO' lot 14 Elisabeth 23.34
sold by decree of said. court Lot 11 Brown, Willis Jr. 1S..t 8H Jot 17 block 20
< for nonpayment of said specialassessment loOt !7' __......,.., ....._.__,. Harris. Martha 1Ia. n." Lo. IS block 23 _,_.,., Thompson Romono Elisabeth __ '.?!
Hens and Interest and fart of NW\4 ot Nilllfi Lot 17 block 33 --.... -_: Edith 73.64SI
.: 1 Penalties thereon and the costs of book II pate Ilia U 11 10 o.n Oiddens Frank II E..I. U.4T Lots Sl-SS block 34 1i'omflIOn.. Eva JLKloska. __ 8.33.
KNOX JONES: "VP. Lots 1 through 10 A IS
f" IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have Lot block ..,,.... ,.,,, Favors 1Tuth through 34 block 33
.: hereunto set my hand and affixed Lot block :; Florence ... .. un Lots l-f Mock SS Olga ._.., 3007
(It;, the official seal of said Court this Lot 1 block F2 Giddens. Frank IT.11 Part of WU O R book FT.cht Mrs. IC. J. _, 3.64
r; Hth day of A. D. 19(5. "T. "Olnfl! nlllv. Ca 917111. 7 pages S27-I2I__.
. aYS T 19 /> 33MORIn .
.t (Seal) B. A. Blocks $1.4.1. 7 12 30 110 Tliton 8. J. Land ,. Troth Edward L
Clerk of said Court By Julia R. Harvey Tract I block 7 10 Lot 1 block S
Deputy Clerk Block 11-Ail -. .... I II :: 40 Tilton..r"s.rCn '' Lot S block a -- Wilson)lord. alt A. r. 1.61
v., Mar M.IT June 1.It-4to Tracts 1.2 blk 11 7 11 II .0 Tilton J. Land Blocks 17 through 24 A -.. Edith U I.,.
US block 33 ...
Block II.AI1 7 11 10 40 Tilt!)". SJ. & Wood. Edmund U trusZunno. -
fllttr Briiglf Irtbunf eattl. C. UI Lot 3 block 33 ._. 2114
Tract 2 block It "7 11 10 10 Tilton. .J. Land Aattic 608180 HDIVICION Evelyn 1.41
; '. <' Co. 1.2. Lot 38 block 3 _
.. DUNNELL, FLORIDA Tract I block 1 9 11 10 10 A aaggtterl wattle Buyers bath R. Z. II ElI.- 4.93
11.1. ATLANTA REACH -----
MRS. M B. FULLER. Editor Tract 8 block C 11 11 10 10 McL.od-Oezl.y Lots 10 through 14
"" b& 1.10 block 2
'd' Troutman.
TOWN or Br.XELL: Lot 3 block Lom.ts. Ernest 29J4Troutman.
(. Delgate4 ewss."r fer all Lots 1.1 blk 11 Jo hnston. Walton & I1elene .PI.rre t
Legal .&...11..... Alice Lots It through 11 r 188!
Lots t.I.I..1 block II Kobylar.kI. Elisabeth Tn: block 1
,S i.ots 11.11 block II .: \V1I.On Grant E.tatel:.. WARItRT PARK n: Ernest 30.07
Entered as second class matter loOt S blk It n & P tae 1.11 Lets st-io block R _!_: Dodlan.
February 8. 1913. at the post- P% Murray Mercedes TOWN or FAVonrrrA John ----.,; I.HS
office at nunn.l, Florida under NEIL{ot.I': .. lit O: ii r. Davis, hllisa: IU: % of NEU of NEVl A

Act of March .. 1374 Tots block 98 MdCenll, WO. It Estate 1S.$? NEH of PEH of NEU 17 11 31 30 Prestige
I Lts 1.!_3.1i Meek II ( : IL Estate IT.'I PALM aARDENsPart Builders Jncw TJ3
Lot 1 block 111 Cruse. John & Vera 1.11 of REU book 23nege
n.. year .. .'1MIlx North.uterl,. t4 lots SSS Use R/W of
....t.. -a.ift 11.11. blorll: UI Dal. N.s1I. 1UT Hwy No 1 -_ 22 13 11 .70 Furs C. D. 2.11

Lots .1. block 133. WhIpper, 1Iae 3..llF USa DALE D. BnowJT. Tax Collector Flagler County, Florida


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THE BOOK NOOK: Senior Library Assistant,

TAKE MY HANDSBy Jack Wetherington. Quantity Rights .1;
Dorothy Clarke Wilson METTS:: Reserved h,
TAKE MY'HANDS is the biography .' Books Are My Dish TOP see
of a young woman, who' Prices Good ;:
By Dorothy Homons I
with the help of God overcame Thurs. Fri., Sat
An autographed copy of the VALUE I.
her physical handicap. SUPER MARKET ;;
Mary Verghese decided earlyin poem, THE LAND SPEAKS by, Mon.
life that she would obtainan Donald Faulkner, has been pre- STAMPS I
advanced education and sented to the Flagler Woman's May 20,21,22,24
make herself as useful as possible : Club Library by Mrs. William Phone 437-3201 103 S. Railroad St. I
: Wadsworth who is Mr. Faulk.
to her newly independent ner's sister. Flavor Aged (U.S. D. A. Choice) CHUCK 11
country, India. She attended the: .
Christian Medical College at Mr. Faulkner, now vice president
its: at Western Reserve University .
Vellore where guided by
founder, the famous Dr. Ida has many other Inter. !
II ests beside poetry. He is an ad. '
Scudder she became a surgeon.
Shortly after her graduation an ucator, teacher of mathematicsand ROAST Ib49 I
accident made Mary a. para. engineering I
plegic. I musician. His poem has
How Mary reconstructed her wisdom and originalityThe
life and learned to perform delicate Land tells the story of

hand seated and In face her operationswhile wheelchair I I three try-from generations an Indian in this* encamp.coun ROUND

and how she became a ment to the Urban Sprawl with R 0 A S T lb. 59
rehabilitaton specialist are some all beauty destroyed in the land. BONELykes
of the themes of this dramatic The poem has a quiet strengthand
a surety of subject matter
which is decidedly a change
To learn more about this re
markable person take a few after the poems today that G-8 !lb SMOKED
minutes and read, TAKE MY' sound like the gabble of geese. '
The cover of the i.
Library Assistant (Senior) book Is exactly right and so are PICNICS '
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Ida Allen.ANTARCTIC. \ the exquisite poetic drawingsby
Fred S. Toguchl, the architect
ADVENTUREBy who is known for his Lake Front
Sir Vivian Fuchs Airport Terminal in Cleveland.We I
;Sir Vivian Fuchs has writtenthe hope this book will be the FIRST CUTPORK
exciting story of his great start for more autographed

journey across Antarctica. copies--in the--library.---- <
Twelve men and eight vehicles CHOPS 2 Ibs 89U.
with sledges and dog teams set
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cross more than 2,000 miles of LICENSE KDURIH6YOUR J I u.s. D. A. Choice Ib ,S. D. A. Choice ,
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BABBITT ing May 11. They are: _
RECEIVES SCHOLARSHIPMiss Hospitality, Mrs. Reynold I
Rosa Martlel Babbitt, a Hoover; advisory, Mrs. Harold I .

senior at Richmond Academy In Massey, Mrs. Reynold Brede Hoover! PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI., SAT, QUANTITY RIGHTS
and Mrs. Frank ; parliamentarian
the Augusta highly, Ga.competitive, Is one winner National of Mrs. Victor Buckles; MAY 20, 21, 22, 1965WE'VE RESERVED

Merit Scholarships, according to auditor and bylaws, Mrs. E. P.

ta an newspaper announcement last In Augus Mrs Fleurie: R.;K.pianist Hirst; and year devotional book, Mrs., GOT IT r YOUR NEW $ &H

Miss Babbitt was one of five Jasper White; birthday calendar,,
winners in that area and will Mrs. H. G. Heydt' and Mrs. V. W.

receive a four-year scholarshipto Haines;
King College in Bristol, Tenn. Club rentals, Mrs. R. L. Mc. GREEN STAMP IDEABOOK. 'PICK

She Is the daughter of Mr. and Nab; legislation, Mrs. Edward
_I Mrs. Earl L. Babbitt, Sr., of Au Kruger; sunshine, Mrs. Mae

gusta, the niece of James A. Henderson, Mrs. Myrtle Streeter, YOURS UP NOWFREEU.
!, Babbitt, Sr., of Flagler Beach: Mrs. Reynold Hoover, and Mrs.V. .
W. Haines welfare, Mrs. Sam
and the cousin of Mrs. Judson I ;
Mrs. Leonard A. Noclck; library board, Mrs. Phil.
; Johnson, also of Flagler Beach. lip Kester, and Miss Dorothy oz.
I Mrs. Jasper White and Mrs.V. '
INSTALLS OFFICERS W. Haines; thrift shop, Mrs. STEAK tb 98- HAM Can $179
Installedas It. G. Heydt and Mrs. Jasper
Mrs. Otis Magee was ,
president of the Flagler Telephone, Mrs. E. Lester 2 oz. JIFFY (FROZEN) COPELAND'S
:' Beach Garden Club at the club'sannual
Stanton, Mrs. Charles Bondy,
: luncheon Tuesday. ,The HOT or MILD
I Mrs. Victor Buckles, Mrs. Sam STEAKS -59'
:; affair was atthe Plaza Hotel In
Novick and Mrs. Myrtle Streeter; _
publicity, Mrs. V. W. Haines. 49
Mrs. Frank Brede was
officer. Other officers Installed Mrs. R. K. Hirst gave an In. YOUNG & TENDER SKINLESS

were Mrs. Ray Martel, spiring devotional using "Friend. BABY BEEFLIVER FLA. GRADE "A" SPLIT49'BROLIERS
first vice president; Mrs. Edna ship" as the theme. Mayor R.L. ,
Farnsworth, second vice presl McNab wrote a letter In behalf Ib Ib 35-
dent; Mrs. Marie Brede, record. of the city thanking the club
ing secretary; Mrs. Cletus Strauser members for their assistance at
corresponding secretary and the recent open house of the
Clyde Duneslng, treasurer. 'Mrs new municipal building'
Martel, past president of the Mrs. Harold Massie gave a re FOLGERS HERSHEY'S
club, was the installing officer port of the progress made on .
for Mrs. Brede. the new room addition to (the
club building and furnishingswere COFFEE
Mrs. Jennie Newell had visiting decided on
with her for the past two Mrs. Reynold Hoover was
weeks her daughter, Mrs. Richard named chairman of the Cancer
Adam, and grandson Richie, Drive being ,conducted this week Ib 49 529*
from Bethesda, Md. During the by club members in Flagler Can
second week they were Joinedby Beach.
Lt. Com. Adam who is a Mrs. Frank Brede reported on Limit 1 with $5.00 food
or order
more Limit
U.S. Navy dentist connected the recent state convention of with $5.00 or more food order
with the public health depart. Women's Clubs held in Hollywood .
ment. The last of June the which she and Miss Gage
Adams will be leaving for Hawaii attended. 'She said the local 21/s SHURFINE Va DEL MONTE LIGHT
where he will be stationed club received the Honor Score FRUIT CHUNK3f01

for two years.METHODIST Award for the past year.
Members voted to have three COCKTAIL '
3 for892t
CHURCH summer meetings in the mom
I Ing of the regular business meet. / FOOD KING S
Church school 9:45: morning ,
Ing day, the second Wednesdayof WHOLE
worship 11 o'clock. Rev. Reyn KRAFT'S
each month. The next meet.
old Hoover, minister. ling will be June 9 at 9:30
a. m. APRICOTS 3
Youth Fellowship meets each for 79MIRAClE

Sunday at 6:30 p. m. and all WHIP '
youths 12-21 are welcomed. I 303 DELMONTE C.S. Qt. 49

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I Sunday school 9:45. Morning Roistered CORN 5 for SOB
Real Estate Broker
;I' worship 11 o'clock, Rev.: Max FROZEN FOODS
; Hall pastor. Training Union at BunntU Florida
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Sunday school 9:45: with
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worship 11 A.M. with Rev. R. W. 1744 Ocean Shore Blvd. CHICKEN.TURKEY.BEEF


Flagler; Woman's Club President Call Collect 672-0377
Emily Gage announced her I Ib W LARGE ((20) 0" E..rreih
committees and chairmen for

j the new year at the board meet. YELLOW COOKING BREAD 5. for$1 00


'. AlA Barber Shop

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9 A. M. to 6 P, :M. purchase of One 10 oz. ; purchase of Two (2)) purchase of three your
ErerfreshPOTATO S 12 oz. Cans Van Camp Cut.Up
or Whole Fryers
8 A. M. to 7 P. M.
Coupon Expires f Coupon Expire Coupon Expires
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Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bradleyand I Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mercer recently -
children accompanied by i were in Sarasota for the
his mother Mrs. A. G. Bradley I annual meeting of the "Old
attended a Homecoming at the 1 Timers" club. This is an organization U. S. D. A. CHOICE' BEEF SALE
Huntsville Methodist Church composed of representatives
near Lake City last Sunday.Mrs. of the Gulf Life Insurance BOTTOM OIND
A. G. Bradley's family Company who have been in OR RIMP ROAST lb 79I
were all members of the church service a number of years. .
and she enjoyed the day with .
The convention activities included
members of her family and
a visit to the Sarasota

many Following of her the girlhood worship friends.service' Jungle Gardens many tropical where they plants ensjoyed ROUND STEAK lb. 89

the group enjoyed dinner on the
flamingos and many other un
grounds, group singing and fellowship
usual wild fowl from every con
during the afternoon. tinent.
Choice Juicy Armour Star SMOKED ((68Ib Avg.)
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Galbreathof MIAMI VISIT
Ormond Beach are the par
ents of four Mrs. Nazhla Trad returned
a seven pound
Lean Western CENTER! CUT Lean
home after visit of
ounce son, born May 17 at the Tuesday a
Halifax Hospital. He has been six weeks in Miami with her PORK PORK
given the name of Ellis Eugene, son In law and daughter, Mr. CHOPS 59 ROAST Ib 39-
Jr. and Mrs. Jack Mllholland.

He is the grandson of Mr. and While she was there the Mil-
Mrs. W. B. Way of Korona. Mrs. hollands became parents of a
Galbreath is the former Rose son born April 21. He was given
Fresh Fla., Grade "A" D & D Joe Grain's Fresh Fla. Grade "A"
Way of Bunnell. the name of Robert Paul. ThisIs
their third son. Mrs. Mllhol SMALL
ATTENDS VFW CONFERENCET. land is the former Nazhla Ann FRYERS

A. Jones Wilfred Hunter Trad of Bunnell.- EGG
and Danny Johnston were in (CUT TO ORDER)
Azalea Park Sunday attendinga Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller of (2-21/j tb Avg.) tb 29 s 00
meeting of the Veterans of Jacksonville, and John Miller of 3 Doi. iVan
' Foreign Wars eighth district Gainesville, Georgia, were, here
Wednesday visiting with their
: Mrs. Duane Deen has return. brother, C. M. (Chick) Miller.
ed to her home here to recuperate Camp's 300 Can Gingham Girl 6V4 ox. pkg. BUTTERMILK
after undergoing surgery at Friends of Mrs. George Glebert PORK & BEANS
the Halifax Hospital in Daytona of Jacksonville will regret to Ea. PAN CAKE MIX ? fOe
1Beacrh,. know she 'is a patient In the
Stl: Lukes Hospital there, for Our Value .. 'I 303 Can :
Mr. and Mrs. William Decker medical treatment. & 26 ox. BoxEach

and grandchildren Burt, Danny Mgrs. TOMATOES Ea. IOCRed 'T.
and Missy accompanied their Mr. and Andrew Zalew 50
son and daughter in law, Mr. ski have as their house guests
and Mrs. Everett Decker and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kwlatow
their children Billy Bradley, ski of Detroit. Mich. Mrs. Kwlat HERSHEY'S DAIRY SPECIAL-
and Steve, left Monday for a va kowskl and Mr. Zalewski are
cousins. They are enjoying visiting Foremost lib Carton
cation in their former home SUGAR I
Peoria Illinois. many spots of interest in
this area, Including )Marineland COTTAGE CHEESE 29*
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lewis had Daytona Beach, St Augustineand SB, :a29c
as their house guest several others.
days last week their daughter, Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order FROZEN FOODS -
.Mrs. Adair Park and little i THANK YOU
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daughter of Atlanta Georgia.
To our friends, neighbors, and VEGETABLESFamily
t Mrs. D. D. Moody and daughters relatives we would like to ex C
lona and Juanita, of Or. press our heartfelt thanks for Tender SWEETCORN
lando. spent the past weekend your many kindnesses. We regret
here on business and visiting to leave Bunnrll. 10E.,59C
with friends and relatives. We hope you will visit us at
our new home at 116 Benton Large Firm RipeTOMATOES TIDE I
Mrs. A. B. Johnston is spend Street Orlando.

ing several days In Albany, Ga., ,,290
Murtlce, lona and GIANT
with her sister Mrs. Arthur 58C
Juanlta Moody. SIZE
Durshlmer. She accompaniedher Fancy KENTUCKY WONDER
to Albany Monday.Mrs. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
BEANS n.230

..Rosely Cameron is spending CommunityMemorial
this weekend In Sylvester, Church *1so

Ga. visiting with relatives. .......--......... m c >

and Guests Miss' of Lucille Mrs..Walker Daisy Walker Saturday AIR D.7tss CONDITIONED A... ii 100 i IiiI IiiIwith

were Mr. and Mrs. Cordon FLAGLER BEACH coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase with coupon A purchase\
Walker and Janet of Wlld..ood.and Sunday School 10:00: A.H. of / Cal. Kraft's of ((1) Child' of (1) Can Jif Foam
Mrs. David Bayless and Church Service 11:00 A.M.R. ORANGE JUICE SAFETY HARNESS OVEN CLEANER
daughter Beth of White Plains W. DICKJCRT. pMUrBTKKTOIM Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
New York. Mrs. Bayless Is a : WKLCOMfl I Sunday, May 23, 1965 Sunday, May, 23, 1965 Sunday, May 23, 1065"Ifl
granddaughter of Mrs. Walker
the former Nancy Walker I -



Phone 4370227
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--- tier by the minute thanks to "Are you going to let that horrible j'I And the pitiful part of It Is, we have got to go right on suf.
Too Late the ceaseless effort of the Madison acid drip, drip, drip and none of these ailments or con. fering and buying, buying, buy
Avenue advertising boys not do anything about It?" Can ditlons so effectively describedby Ing If we hope to live and
' who must "sell, sell, sell" If you afford to disregard "Yellow our advertising friends are mingle acceptably with our fellow
To Classify they want to hold their ac mouth?" "What are you, some covered by Medicare. It seems man. I
' counts. kind of a nut or something -
I' BY Russell Kerr And then for the ladies, God
"Wait, Stop, Look, Listen,"
bless 'em, we have "dish pan
. Does your youngster scream, screams the announcer. "Have
I" lay on the floor and kick his you brushed your teeth?" "Is hands," "oily skin," "greying
W. H. SIMMONSRegistered
t heels, hold his breath and yell, your hair In place?" How about hair, "Irritability, tension,
;," "I won't, I won't, I won't" bad breath?" "Are you Irregular "hip bulge," and countless other
ailments. Land Surveyor
? "Do you have athlete'sfoot
,'" If he does, don't be alarmed, ,, ?" "Are your sinuses clog. Judging from all the things ,
he has probably been listening that are or could be the mat.
ged? "Do you have body P. O. Box 687 Bunnell Fla.
:) to too many modern day com odor?" "Are you suffering from, ter with you you must, come -:-
:' mercials on tv. arthritis?" "Does your back to the conclusion that we area
We are inclined to sneer at ache?" "Do your feet swell?" pretty sorry lot. But we don't has opened an office
the poor uncivilized heathems "How about Ingrowing toenails have to be that way. We can
with their portions and witch ?" HELL, MAN, THERE double the size of our medicine
doctors, voodoo and other, old MUST BE SOMETHING THE cabinet and stock up with a upstairs over Citizens Ba'nkfor
I family remedies that they be. MATTER WITH YOU, NOBODY'S thousand and one new, Improved
lieve If properly used will ward PERFECT. remedies that will take care your convenience
,,, off illness and care for their Don't Just sit there. Run to of each and every one of our
' needs both physical and mental. the drug store and buy some ailments from flaky.dandruff to
I If you ask me, we are nuttier I thing. Maybe you. have "tired : bunions or your money back. Phone 437-3560
, than they are and getting nut blood" or an "upset stomach." i Personally I believe you wouldbe \
i L rL =-------."--.---'- I just as well off if you! sent I have the notes of the late
I to Hati or the Congo for a fetishor

i CRAIG FUNERAL charm bracelet. They would
HOMEA. probably do you just as much D. D. MOODYFOR
good provided _you believed In
H. CRAIG Funeral Director
them enough to give them a
,r ROBERT WORLEY. Associate try. Of course, they might not "
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.Ir r AH OXYGEN be new and Improved or contain -
LADY any pf those unpronounceable
ATTENDANT unidentifiable ingredientsthe EFFICIENT SERVICE COME TO
announcers talk about but
, Phone ID 7-3532 with faith they would undoubtedly BUDDY KNOX 66 SERVICE CENTER
' work and think of the
i' 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA money you would save. I I On AlA & N. 5th St., Flagler Beach

.. -- Us civilized folks sire being I Phone 439.9221,
burled under an avalanche of EMERGENCY

creams, oinments, sprays, powders '
:, NOTICE tablets, pills, salves, perfumes .
\ crystals, and we go righton
seeking more with our eyes SERVICE f
bulging and our tongues hang., I
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Ing out.
!. City of Bunnell dog licenses will be due June 1, -------- --

i, 1965, and are now available at the City Hall. License
fees are as follows: :
This enjoys
.. .' family
, :
Male and spayed female $1.00, ;

: Female ':';.a :;" $2.00 ., : ; '. i' ; perfect indoor comfort '''-': ''' '
R "
, A rabies innoculation certificate signed by a veterinarian every day in the year thanks to .. \
must be presented before a license will

,I' be issued. safer, cleaner, cheaper, f flameless

f' Arrangements have been made to have a veterinarian ev rse-cycle electric airconditioning.COOLS .

at the Civic Center Friday, May 21, 1965,
I between the hours of 8:00: a. m. and 10 ::00 a. m.
! The veterinarian's charge will .be $4.00 for each in summer...WARMS in winter.So .
r, innoculation. YEAR-ROUND.RIGHT for Florida homes.


i Mrs. Nancy Rodgers, City Clerk 1

: In Florida, t rffiaF r +3

, after a day's fishing _

I beer's the one... .,

for good taste,

good fun




What about your family? .

I Why "simmer" in the summer (or shiver in the winter)? Prices of flameless

,I .. electric air-conditioning are 'way down. And reverse-cycle cost so little

Wherever you fish for sport-on the that the winter heating feature is practically a free bonus Why not join

i ocean, by the booming surf; or on some the hundreds of thousands of Floridians already enjoying cleaner, quieter, ..

quiet country pond, it's great at the'end ',:. t safer, happier homes where they can work, play, sleep better feel

of the day to head for a rewarding glass of beer. better, live better all year long! Beat the heat this summer. see your
t While you're talking over the ones that I
got away .
., air-conditioning contractor or electric appliance dealer today.
or pan-frying the ones that: didn't, you enjoy the .

..hearty taste refreshment only a glass of ,1..>",Ji'iL 21..<1' J.' .

4 beer can give you so well. Yes, whatever: your .. "
\ ...
... .......
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sport-bowling or strolling, golfing or gardeninga .J. .;rrr
frosty glass of beer makes a naturally ) '
--- -
: great accompaniment.
r.a MX 273.WINTER PARK nOfl'DA FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY .Helping. Build Florida



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Ulysses' men go AWOL. Per- it has been repaired. I
DevelopmentFor (
haps they were only enchanted. Modern Jerbans show little NOTICE ;4 4GIVENS'
Island of by the Island's beauty and their trace of the legendary languor I
friendly reception. ,I expected of lotus eaters, but 1
Lotus Eaters Virtually a Sahara oasis set In: they are interested in food. So BEAUTY SHOP .
the Mediterranean, Jerba has no::1 many work throughout Tunisia Flagler Beach 439.2312 .
I <:
Tunisia will build a holiday rivers or streams. Water from as grocers that "going to the
its 3,200 wells is Drink- Now Has KAY THOMAS from MIAMI 1
city on Jerba, legendary Island brackish. Jerban's" is synonymous with I
ing water is in !I I I 17 Years Experience
of the lotus-eaters. I collected cisterns "going to the grocer's. Typical. i i
during Infrequent rains. More I ly, Jerbans leaving to work on PERMANENTS $5.95
Thejjovernment; says the undertaking than a million date palms cover I the mainland return to Jerba !! up Complete J
will be the largest the Island's 198 square after retirement. SHAMPOO & SETS $1.5o' CUTS $1.00 r'1
tourism project ever attemptedIn In their shade half
grow mUe5.1 I
Jerba has long attracted Tu I ALL WORK GUARANTEED
the Mediterranean area. It lion olive trees as well nisia's vacationers, who come to i
will include six holstelries with oranges almonds peaches, apri watch shoemakers fashion heelless .
than thousand rooms cots, and
more a pears.
bouches out of soft leather
and a "boatel" at water's edge. Ancient Ceek Influence
and silversmiths make Jewelry
Visiting lotus-eaters can step I ,::1 i
boats. Jerbans speaK tne Berber language *'11|Iin old Turkish or even Byzantine
from to
directly rooms I spoken in North Africa.I designs. On the main
The Jerba hotel city will Include I long before the Arabs Invaded. square of.Houmt Souk the larg Vt t lJ U
a half-mile-long souk or; They also show traces of ancient est settlement, men sip Turkish
shopping street. The main'I Greek influence: Women coffee and sweet mint tea. It 4' .deetjouPl
square will offer a garden, theaters wear Greek-tsyle conical straw Is the sort of life that might
nightclub, restaurants, a:I hats and potters produce water I.appeal to travelers as weary as ...
post office, and bank. pots in the amphora style In- Ulysses men.
Ulysses Describe Lotus-Eating troduced by Greeks 3,000 years! 6ttnq goiVG
Flat, fertile Jerba is the larg ,
All deer-automobile collisions
est island in the entire 2,450- ago.Such Jars once carried olive i should be reported to the Game WK7- .p'C eechtpttot
mile sweep of Africa along the oil to ancient Carthage; now.and: Fresh Water Fish Commis t -
Mediterranean, the National they travel by truck across the I Vision or Florida Highway Patrol.
Geographic Society says. Tradition Roman causeway that connects / (-i( r d cden I
has long associated it Jerba to the mainland. Long ago 1 I1 .
with the people who detained pirates cut the causeway to gaina q"W) Sto'ce
Ulysses' men, in Homer's Odyssey back entrance to a harbor; for RENEW YOUR
by feeding them lotus. centuries Its halfsubmergedblocks I DRIVER'S LICENSE L.DURIH6
"As soon as each had eaten could be negotiated only' YOUR "a'' 437-3325 BUNNELL
the honey fruit of the plant, all by sure-footed camels. But now I' BIRTH MONTH,
thoughts of reporting to us or .---
escaping were banished from his
mind; reported Ulysses. ?A11
they now wished for was to stay
where they were...1 had to use /
force ships."to bring. them back to the :

No one knows what plant t
Homer's "lotus" was that. made .a

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Listings under this beading ares
: cents a word each insertion.TS .
cents Is the minimum charge PaceSetterSafe

FOR SALE-lwringer: type washer *- ri,, ,2; ..

brand new. Mrs. Sayers, ''.' :
Pine St., Bunnel.201tc : .
FOR SALE-1960 Star Sapphire .
trailer home, 55'x 10' Call How. -- !
ard Allen 437-3466 or see it at ,
McKenzie Trailer Park. 5-20-ltp

FOR SALE-Good used RCA tel.

evislon 4392163. $30. Parrott Village...20.2tcI I ,Don't miss this chance to save!

cab Ford, V-8 pickup engine like, long new wheel custom I .I See us for a Pace-Setting Deal now!

base. Call 437.3729.201tp .
.'. .. '.' We're celebrating the fact that Plymouth was chosen as
Share her home with a nice el* 'Y ,t. the official pace car for the 1965 Indianapolis "500."

derly couple, Mrs. Helen Shea, ., If you want to ride with a winner, come teat-drive
Highway 100 BunnelL For information *
a Plymouth today at Plymouthlandl
call 437.3739. 5-20-ltc :

NTJ4ROD Camping Trailers for : : '65
Sale. Moody Pharmacy, Bun. r .r Plymouth Fury Biggest, plushest Plymouth ever

nell. May 13-tf ...ft/// solidly In the low-price field.

FOR SALE-Fill dirt. Call 437
3768, Raymond. 5-6-4tp

FOR FILL DIRT and saw sharp
enlng. call Martin Harding.
Phone 4373669. 4.29.4tp

COrs UrHOLSTEBY. BunnellFla. ,
Hwy. 11. will pick up and
deliver all furniture free. For
sample material and prices on
labor call 4373673. April %l.U IAA

SEPTIC TAKE cleaning; drain
fields Installed; snail shelL Reasonable *
prices. Call George Ja*
roz. ID 73410 '-I.UT. '65 Plymouth BelvedereTfteftffteyfo '65 Plymouth Valiant '65 Plymouth Barracuda

ONta.sarlag......, T"Mt'ffMt/fof fastkack
CONSTIPATED? totemietftto class. pus p..Ioses .c et.few price
prev* PHUN-BVAC .oetal.tet
Pry.... rift (toon* U '
.mo-o-IM.R ': a.d a o.t eatyrsi fel
tasath.. h rry t*

.r a MOODTS*....... rwcB rHABMACTi SAMPLE .r cTh ; ;
41 UfeUU for ,... 0.., I.MMM
11014 sash r *r.

JOHNSTON'SFLAGLXB BEACH REALTY co. Get a Pace-Setting Deal at Plymouthland .

ACREAGE ...-...-..... O
fee aa for your real estate needs .
Office Phone HE 9-2343
Residence Phones ID 73691or
ID 73817 U. S. Highway 1 South KRANTZ MOTORS INC. BunrveJf, FlorIdaThursday

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Senior CitizensTo Summer Program Tittle Theater" -I recently ended. Sikklm is the world's largest i

Cadet Kahlert is the son of producer of cardamom, an herb

Meet 'Monthly June 14 July 24 Will Be Part of I Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kahlert, Bun. of the ginger family. In forests
nel. To
qualify forthe Dean's'list cardamom grows 12 feet ,taiL

During SummerThere 1. Registration-All children Summer Activities at Gordon a student must The seeds are' used to flavor

will register for all the ac have a "B" average or quality curry powders, breads, cakes,
were 27 members and The "Little Theater" will point rating of 3.0. and cookies.
tivities in the summer programat
when the Flagler again be a part of the summer
guests present ---
9 A.M., June 14. -
Senior Citizens Club held Its program. Casting for some

regular meeting Tuesday evening 2. Swimming-Summer of the performances has already -

May.,18, in Community classes will be held Monday begun and will continue for the 24 Hour ...RWrecker

Hall at the Municipal BuildingIn through Friday from 9 A. M. to next few weeks. The first pro Service -

Flagler Beach. There was a 12 noon throughout the summer duction will be "The Tiny: Tot

carry-in supper at 6 o'clock aft. program. Any student from K.12 Circus" to be presented tenta

er which games were played. will be eligible to take swim. tively on the evening of June Flagler Truck &'Tractor CO.

The members voted to acceptthe ming lessons. 17th at the school auditorium.The .

recommendation of theclub's I Arts and Crafts classes MASSEY-FERGUSON

executive committe that 3. Pony League Baseball- will"be held at the school on '
Grove Farm Industrial
the club meet once a month Instead All boys in the 7 and 8 grades' Monday and Wednesday after. Equipment

of twice monthly during are eligible to participate In noons for the fifth graders and VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242

June July and August. These Pony League Baseball. Managers older. A class will be arranged Owner Bunnell, FloridaMWVWVWAW

meetings will be In the clubroom will be announced a later for the primary students lateron.
date. The schedule will be .

of on the the first month.Tuesday The day.evening :' announced in next week's issueof Recreational activities will be ,,- ..._"......................-....."......_.........".t'..1'.....- -..'.

The Flagler Tribune. Team! held at the Civic Center on
time outings that had been proposed i FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT '
Instead of evening ses roster also will be in next week'sissue Tuesdays and Thursdays from

sions will be held on dates to also. 1:30: to 4 P.M. Ping Pong,

be chosen later, it was an. 4. Little League BaseballAll shuffleboard, badminton, chess, AMBULANCES
nounced. checkers, Chinese checkers, cro PHONE VAlley 4 1625
boys who are at the present
quet, horseshoes, etc. will be
The members also voted to time in grades 3 through 6 ST AUCUSTWI FLORIDA
some of these activities.
accept a portion of the proposed are eligible for Little League
I Never be besltunt about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
constitution as read which sped Baseball. Managers will be announced

'fies that the club ,shall function at a later date. 'The TOMMY KAHLERT are always at your service with promptness, safety and

''as a fellowship group as opposed schedule and team rosters will MAKES DEAN'S LIST experience. '

to a civic organization.IN be in next weeks issue of The
Tribune. Thomas Anothony Kahlert, Equipped With'Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator

who is enrolled at Cordon Mill- .
leNTil JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN Rules and regulations will be ary College at Barnesville Ca., Garcia Funeral HomeP.

ANn FLORIDA.FOR KftWITV KLAOLEIl NO.COUNTY 5054Plaintiff distributed to each player in and in the college department,

I'ATKICIA DILLON, the Pony League and, Little is shown on the Dean's list for E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

League prior to the first game. the six weeks' grading period LADY ASSISTANT .
I, Defendant.

You are hereby notified that a ,
cult hat) been brought avalnat you :
In the Circuit Court of Flagler
County, Florida In Equity, by
l'ATIUCIA'DILLON, Plaintiff, and New
you are hereby required to file 'Chevyc
personally or by attorney with
the Clerk of Bald Court your writ-
I ten defense. If any, to the Com
plaint In aald suit on or before ,
the Ult day of June A.D. 1985 .
and also to serve a copy of your
written defennea upon Me.. *. Os-
nlniky and Krol. Attorneys for
Plaintiff at their office at 411 stOID
lUach. Florida campera
,nOttberrorh" 21st day of '
June, A. I>.' 1905 all required by
the. Florida Equity Rules and
herein fall not or Decree Pro Con-
feaao and Final Decree will be entered -
against you by default.
That the name of the Court In
which Maid cult haa been Instituted.
I I. the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial
Circuit of Florida In and for
Flagler County, In Equity, and
that the title of said cause Is as 'I :
herelnabove. net forth. ... : ,... \. .J;, '
You are further notified that the <
nature of said suit la a suit for
divorce custody of minor children
and other relief. as set forth .In
I riNlntirm Complaint.WITNESS .
my hand and seal-bf
office at ItunneU. Florida, this llth
day of May, A. D. 1965.E. \.
Aa Clerk of the Circuit Court '
of Flagler County Florida. '. -
(I'Ill'VIT''OI'IiT SHAD \."':
Attorneys for Plaintiff .
411- Main Street (
Daytona Bench. Florida
May 20-27 & June a.lD-4tc

: J. MILLKll and
,KUT1I MILLKll: his wife
'vs.7LIZABETIt -
Defendnnt.JVOTKI .
that the undersigned. )I. A. Bmythe,
as Clerk of the Circuit Court. Seventh -
Judicial Circuit. In and for
Flagler County, Florida under .
pursuant to and by virtue of a
Final Decree of Foreclosure enteredIn
the above entitled cause, pendingIn
the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial

County Circuit., Florida.In Chancery and for No.Flakier 6013. pickup specially equipped for smMel'Just
will between. 11:00: A.M, and 2:00: camper
P. M. o'clock on the 8th day of

June.llunnell the FlNgUr. 1986 Florida at County the offer front Court for door House sale of add a camper body and head for the hills! This new pickup comes

\ and the' will highest sell and at public beat bidder auction for-to equipped for vacation fun with heavy-duty rear shock absorbers and
cash all the title Interest \

and claim AMKS.of the and defendant all I parties KL1ZAI1KTH or- auxiliary springs, oversize 7.50 x 16 tires, front stabilizer bar, a pair of big
bound by said Final Decree

persona In property and to the situate following, lying and described side mirrors, radio and deluxe heater, tinted windshield,

being l In the County ot Flagler I ,
State Lot' of Florida.I'urk: Subdivision full-depth foam seat plus many other pleasant appoint Jm: .

lie Hook Records I,aa Page recorded of 1J.FlagUr of the In County Pub-Plat ments. Check into Chevy's big choice of aH kinds of

Together Florida.with bathroom ftturea *- pickups at your Chevrolet dealer's! NO. 1 WAY TO WORK
and electric pump.
The said propertas aforesaid.
.. subjectsold any satisfy and all said valid*prior I'H. See your Chevrolet dealer about any type of truck.
mortgages liens and encumbrances

and rights.1)ATKD 'this 11th day 'of May .

A. U. 1886. 09-1083
11. A. BMYTIIFIaR i '

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p. O. Box: : II

Bunnell. FloridaMarrl0hfor Plaintiff TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 BUNNELL FLORIDA

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