The Flagler tribune
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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: September 1, 1966
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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Tells of People i Concerning YOUTH WEEK Passed Away

CLOSED MONDAYAll Reverend Oliver Taylor, pastorof

To People Tour offices of the Courthouse' 1-95 OpeningA the First Methodist Church of Last FridayErnest

and the Bunnell City offices will Bunnell, is teaching the older
Delegation of 23 from Florida be closed Monday, Labor Day. public meeting will be held youth class for Youth Week in Walton Johnston Sr., a

Forestry and Wood Industry led The Board of County Commissioners I Thursday evening, September 8, St. Augustine. The five night. Flagler County pioneer, passed

by C. H. Coulter, State Forester, meeting and the City! in the Eunnell Civic Center to sessions will close tonight and i away last Friday afternoon at
discuss the business} effect of I
on Goodwill People-to.People Commissioners of Bunnell meetIng includes the youth of the First the Bunnell General Hospital

Tour of Six European Countries.The scheduled for that day will: I the opening Interstate 95. Methodist and Grace Methodist following a long Illness. He was
arrived In Brussels, : The meeting is being called 82 of
group be held Church of St. Augustine.Quarterback years age.
on Tuesday, September6th. .
Belgium, on July 19th. BrusselsIs for 7:30 that evening by Tony Mr. Johnston, who lived at 307

an old and very Interesting, Kahlert of Bunnell and Robert East Moody Boulevard, was
schools the Citizens Bank
city. The group was impressed Henderson of Flagler Beach i in Flagler County's first elected
and most of the stores will also
by t he cleanliness of the shops an effort to find out what business ; sheriff, serving in that post for
be closed for the
and stores and the friendliness legal holiday firms think can be done to To Hold Special eight years. lie then served as

of the Belgium people. From I It was learned today. I keep some of the traffic on U. :S. Game Commissioner for five
The Bunnell
Brussels the delegation was taken pick up scheduled City for garbage Monday I 1 and other Highways through Meeting TuesdayA years. He was again elected

study tour of some privately I Bunnell. sheriff In 1941 and was appoint.
on will be on Tuesday of next I II special meeting of the Flag
owned forest lands and I i That the opening of Interstate I ed in 1945 as County Judge. He
week, due to the holiday. ler County Quarterback Club
on into the Belgian Ardennes I 95 will have some effect on all served )in that capacity until his
I has been called for Tuesday,
Forest and, into France near Se businesses deriving revnue from I retirement in 1956.
I September 6 at 7:30 m. at the
dan on July 20th, spending the Bunnell_ PTA To travel on highways is agreed by: p. He was born in Cartersville, in
Bunnell Civic Center.
night at Charleville, France. On most people. But Just what can; St. Johns County and moved to
The of the meeting
July 21st the group returned to I Meet Tuesday be done to retain some of the purpose Bunnell with his parents at the
will be to discuss the possibility
Brussels. July 21st is Belgium's, I I travel, is what the meeting I is age of 10. lie was the son of

Independence Day and their I Evening Sept. 6 being called for. All business of keeping the organization goIng the late John Baggs and Mary
this season. The lack of interest
habits are very much like Americans I II is urged to be represented at Ketus Johnston.He .
and small attendancelast
-4he highways had bumper : The Bunnell Parent-Teache the meeting. was a member of the First

to bumper traffic and riverbanks i Association executive committeemet season, hampered the effectiveness Methodist Church of Bunnell;

had many campers. I Tuesday evening at the See of the Club. Past Master of the Bunnell Masonic
I Phillips sFather's All Interested are invited
High School building for an or persons
On July 22nd, the group Lodge No. 200, charter
ed in Moscow via Soviet arriv.1 ganization and planning meet and urged to attend this member of the Bunnell Eastern

to be met at the airport ing. Dr. Allen Reynolds is president I Grave meeting Tuesday night. Star Chapter, and a 50 year

female guide of Intourlst, the ; vice president, Mrs. Laura How does one find where his; member of the Woodmen of the

Soviet Travel Agency, who escorted McDaniel; secretary, Mrs. MaxIne father is buried after 36 years? World.

them to the hotel. The Buckles; treasurer, Mrs. Barbara Especially when the son look Greens Fuel and Funeral services were held

Russians build large buildingsbut Cody. ing for the grave was but a babe i
from the First Methodist Churchat
they sacrifice quality for The program for the year includes in arms when his father died. Gas Company To 2:30 Sunday; afternoon with

After enter buildings, a meeting of the association real
size. you David E. Phillips, now a :
the Rev. Oliver F. Tay
It is very easy to see structural' on September 6 at 8 p. mat dent of Jacksonville, has made Build Office HereThe lor officiating.pastor, Interment follow

defects and how poorly arranged the school. A resume of the several trips to Bunnell the past with

.they are. The average Russian J I entire school program will be few weeks, asking old residents: Greens Fuel and Gas Inc.,, ed the at Masonic Espanola Lodge Cemetery.burial cere

worker. makes 100 rubles: I I presented by the supervising if they have any memory of E. L. have begun the construction of

' per month,' which is equal, to i principal.And ran "Open House." Phillips who lost his life In a., *;oftlcebnflding.andbulk: : plant I mony. ..

$110.00. Their rent of a state I I November 21st at 7:30: will be logging accident. A tree fell on on South Railroad street and TJ. I : Survivors Inclu'd.a. daughter,

owned apartment amount to I a Thanksgiving program using S. Highway 1. The office building Mrs. Margaret Cook, St. Augustine

7-9% of their salary-medical the resources and talents of the him.The_ son is now employed in : will be in the triangle at I and Bunnell; 4 sons, A. B.

care is free. Several families 'I elementary and secondary stu. NAS in Jacksonville, but has i the intersection of Highway 1 Johnston, Walton Johnston, Carl-

often share the same kitchen I'I dents. spent some time in the armed I and Railroad street. The bulk ton Johnston and Daniel Johnston

and in nearly all instances several February 6th at 7:30 the forces. Sometime ago his mother plant will be located between all of Bunnell; 4 sisters,

families share the same I Health Education program, Physical died in Georgia. He had the body I Railroad street and the FEC Mrs. Mollle Spencer, Orlando,

bathroom.The Education, lunch, school brought to Jacksonville for bur. Railway.The Mrs. Kate Bankston, Mrs. Mattie

group represented the nurse, and school dental pro. lal. He now wants to find his office building will be in Pelllcer and Mrs. Lettie Copeland .

forest industry and was to have gram. father's remains to be interred three sections. The center section all of Bunnell.

spent most of their time visiting April 13th at 7:30: will be the beside the mother. will be for the office and Active pallbearers were Walt

similar industry and people school Fair and installation of He has checked what county display room. One section will Pelllcer, Clyde Lewis, George M. r

with the same type Jobs, but the officers. records that are available be for storage and parts and Moody, O. D. Robinson, John'ice

schedule was changed complete. Committee chairmen for the which are incomplete-but a i another will be more office space and Gib Anderson.

ly and about half a day witha year Include program chairman, sketchy record of an inquest being and filing department. The Honorary Pallbearers were R.

Russian Forestry Professor was Ray Mercer; Devotional chairman held at his father's death. building will be a A-frame with W. Cody, Jim Bray, Omega Durranee -

the only contact with timber In Shelton Brooks; Hospitality He was buried by an undertaking glass windows in the display Thomas Bertha Sr., T. E.

terest. The rest of the six days chairman, Laura Morris and firm in Daytona Beach. They room, facing both the highwayand Holden, M. B. Fuller, John McIntosh -

were spent visiting museums, committee members are Laura have no record available at the Railroad street. F. L. Malphurs, P. P. Pel

the Kremlin, etc., in Moscow and I I Taylor and Mary Anders. time: of his father's death. President of the company is leer, O. F. Alford, J. H. Me-

Leningrad. Parlimehtarlan, Ernest P. Mr. Phillips has found out Frank A. Bennett and the vice Knight, George Moody, and

Moscow has nearly seven mil Long Jr; Membership, Betty that: his father was employed at president is George W. Hamil Knight Jr., George Moody John

Stefllk; P. T. A Magazine committee the time of his death by a Mr. ton. Stuart Eatman is the local Durrance, Henry Salyerds andT.
lion population, Leningrad over
Home know manager of the bulk plant and K. McKnight.
three million. There are not Becky Clegg; room Kirkland, but does not
Doris Tucker Football office. Other employees are Mrs. Craig Funeral Home of Bun
automobiles but mothers, ; Kirkland's initials or first name.
many many private buses, trolly cars, etc. consession stand, Cora Buckles; If: ane one in Flagler county can] Janice Murray, Mrs. Bea Walters, arrangenents'

Football tickets and gate chairmen give any information about and Mike Koczwanskl.
There are not many places I
shop and it Is necessary to standIn Mr. and Mrs. Homer Zlm- Kirkland or other Information' Mrs. Murray said the buildingIs \
School Board Visiting death I expected to be completed
merle; concerning Mr. Phillips' ,
line for
every purchase-with Chairman, Jack Clegg. please bring it to The Tribune about October 15. Plans call fora Roger Strickland
streets are swarming pedestrians
at all times. Yearbook committee, Wanda office. We will see that the son formal opening in the spring.

I! Mercer and Theo C. Heln; Publicity receives It.CHUCK. Named Today As
The next stop was Prague, Kenneth D. Herring and would like to hear from his

Czechoslovakia. Prague is a very I' Theo C. Hein.School friends and classmates. He is Local
old city with much historical HERR IN expected to be there for several ManagerRoger

background. The country has BAPTIST HOSPITALCharles weeks for treatment which will Strickland of Orlando
Communist rule I Board
been under Herr of Mr. and include plastic surgery. was named today as local manager
since 1948, so they operate in a of Southern Bell's Daytona
I Mrs. O. K. Herr of Bunnell, is a
very similar manner as the Russians Asking Bids For Beach business office.
Hospitalin Forclerk's
as far as government con. patient in Baptist Two Qualify Strickland, a manager in the
trolls concerned. Forestry is nota Materials CenterThe Jacksonville suffering Orlando office, succeeds II. A.
burns received Wednes OfficeThe
in this
prominent industry Vann, manager here since 1962,
country but they were willing School Board, in a legal day. election who has been appointed to the
to show the group what they advertisement carried in thisveek's He was employed by the Bun Special Primary commercial
of the
for bids nell Sod Company and they were has been set for September 13
had. Their methods and techniques issue, are asking In
with headquarters
in the Jacksonville to elect a clerk of Circuit Court manager,
and Library
are in the process of be on a Materials Center .
ing modernized, but much of on the Bunnell Campus.The area when he received the first, for the 2 year unexpired term Orlando.A Floridian Stricklandis
native ,
this work is still done with hand building will be. approximately second and third degree bums. af the late EmU A. Smythe. of Jacksonville
The most severe burns were onus George M. Moody was appointed a graduate
feet. The
made to
labor. Visits were a square University. He is married to the
will also house the feet and legs. Minor burns by Governor Burns to serve
sawmill, window frame factory building i of
Harriett Hathaway,
1967, and he has former
and forest lands. county book depository, as wells ; were on his face. lie receivedthe until January commission for Augusta, Georgia, and the
From Prague the tour went to the professional library and burns when starting a pieceof received Strlcklands are parents of a two
Stockholm, Sweden. The visit audio visual aids room. Superintendent equipment and the gas became this period. Michael.
old son,
deadline for qualifying year
to Sweden was very interestingsince Coy G. Harris Jr., said ignited. The
Chuck's address is Room 394, to run in the special primary
developed these required I
they have a highly today buildings are B. Elsenbach, for the two year
I ,
Only two
and intensive forest Indus. to maintain accreditation for Wolfson Annex, Baptist Hospital was Tuesday noon.

(Continued on page 8) the school. Jacksonville, Florida. He Clerk; George M. Moody, and C. period.


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business and tax stories-hints on time and money- tests and general news. .
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Thursday_ ,_Sept._ 1_, 1966 _0 _ THE_ __ FLAGLER_ TRIBUNE, BUNNELL,_ FLORIDA___ ___ _,_____AGE____ THREE_____

Tomato Growers'Institute gram that covers every aspectof
tomato production, Dr. James
Montelaro, vegetable crops spec. Quantity Rights
Sept. ialist, Florida Agricultural Extension WE GIVE MET T S Reserved .
Service, said. ccc
At Fort PierceThe
Dr. J. W. Strobel, Sub-Tropical
outlook for mechanical Experiment Station will discuss TOP PRICES GOOD
harvesting of fresh market tomatoes the station's tom .co breeding Thursday, Friday
Is one of the topics at program and prospects for new VALUE SUPER MARKET and Saturday
varieties. Norman of the
the Annual South Florida Tomato Haysllp September 1, 2
Growers' Institute In Fort Indian River Field Laboratory,
3 1966
Pierce September 7. will answer the question of STAMPS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. .
where growers stand on gray I Tel. 437-3201
Hugh C. Whelchel, St. Lucie .
County agent, and his commit. wall in tomatoes. --
J Hayslip, Dr. Strobel, and Dr. i
tee have planned an all-day
I i pro.i C. M. Geraldson, of the Gulf I We Will Be Closed, Monday-Labor Day Open All Day Wed. I II
f Coast Experiment Station, will I
WANT ADSListings discuss new developments in the I j
I ,
" use of black plastic in growing Florida Grade "A" Limit 2 Please

\ tomatoes.Dr. .
, under this heading are I Nader G. Vakili, Indian
3 cents a word each insertion.
75 cents is the minimum charge i River Field Laboratory, will cover '
the compatabillty of spray Lb.i
FOR RENT-Two bedroom furnished materials. William W. Deen, Jr., .
house on Central Ave., assistant in agricultural engineering
"' Flagler Beach. Phone 439-2310. i
Everglades Experiment I
915tc. Station, will give the pros and Whole
.t FOR SALE-Used flute In good, cons for mechanical harvesting I
condition. Phone 439.2107 after I II of fresh tomatoes.
I The of labor and Imports :
' 4 p. m. 9.1.2tP'1 on the tomato industry' CUT UP FAMILY PACKAGE 5 $189
BABY CRIa with mattress, $12.50. will be analyzed. in relation to Bag
Jerry's Furniture and Appli I IJ statistics, labor and tariff by Joe
J ances. Old Dixie Highway 2 miles Mullins, Crop Reporting Service, Lean
south of Korona. Phone 437- Orlando; George Sorn, Florida
I 3732. 91ltc. Fruit and Vegetable Association
Farm Labor Department, Orlando I RIB S 59-

WANTED good used pianoby ; and Wayne Hawkins, FFVA ....................................._.......................Lh.
the School Board. Please notify
Prouction and Marketing Divis
Mr. Harris at Superintend- ion. Lean Meaty (Sliced Free)
ent's pfflce at the Court House.
Anytone interested in tomato -
is Invited to the Institute .59U.
FOR SALE-2 bedroom living production
room, bath, kitchen home in the Montelaro said. The program -......-..-..........-............---.H.................. .

Hillcrest area, Flagler Beach. begins at 9:15 a. m. at St. S. ChoiceROUND
Phone 439-2137. 91tf. Lucie County Agent Hugh C.
Whelchel's office in the Agricultural
FOR SALE-Double bed box inner Center, located at the St. STEAK 89-

spring mattress. Cheap. Clar- Lucie County Airport. ........--........................................--..lb.
El Motel. 73180. 91ltc.
Quick Frozen '
FOR SALE 43 ft. house trailer. CONTROL WEEDS NOW

Outer buildings, lot 50x100, living WITH A HERBICIDEYou BAKING HEN S
needn't face the unhappy 39-
room, large bedroom, work chore of pulling weeds from ........................................................Lh.
shop, best of water. Will sell
cheap if taken soon. Phone your lawn when herbicides can

439-2196. R. Kellog. 8.25.2tp control them much easier. Capital (By Armour) World's Best
But Dr. Granville Horn, associate
LOSE WEIGHT safely with turf technologist, Florida Smoked SAUSAGE. 4ge Ground BEEF 4 Lbs. $g 96
Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only 98c at Experiment Stations, says it's
Moody's Pharmacy. June 9, 12tp important that the right chemicals Lean JuicyCUBE U. S. Choice
be used for each weed con
SINGER sewing machines. New, Lb. CHUCK Lb.
trol problem. Otherwise, a discolored STEAKS STEAK
8ge SgeI
used, repairs. Call Bob French,
or damaged turf may be
253-4541 Daytona collect.
the result.
SEPTIC TANK Cleaning; drain
Herbicides available three
fields Installed Rota-Roter snail

shell.George Reasonable Jarosz, ;437.3410 prices.8-1-tf Call grow ways weeds;: post-emergence pre-emergence before they to to begin control control to I PICNIC TIME SPECIALS I

weeds after they appear; and
JOHNSTON'SFLACLER non-selective herbicides to destroy

BEACH REALTY CO. all plant growth.

LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, Florida Grade "A" Bu.h' Big 2Va Can Everfre.h (Twin Pkg.)
ua for your real estate needs RENEW YOURDRIVER'S
Office Phone HE 9.2242 LICENSE ,. EGGS
Residence Phones ID '..3691or DURING YOUR BEANS CHIPS

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5 c $100 Pkc. 37

Limit (3) with $5.00 or
FLAGLER 1 more food order Limit (5) Cans Please limit (1) Pkg. Please

COUNTY Delmonte 14 oz. Kraft Holaum (Big 21/s Lb.)


A Business Man for the County's 5 Bottles $100 Qtr 37 BUTTER

2 Va Lb. r/
Business Office Limit (1) with $5.00 or Jar 89 1
Limit ((5) Please more food order

VOTE TO KEEP Thrifty (18 oz. Jar) Kraft 6 oz.


George M. Moody Argo ((303 Can) Everfresh (20 oz.)

EARLY PEAS 7 Cans $100 White BREAD 4 Loaves 8ge

Clerk Circuit Court Frozen Foods Fresh ProduceBig

Scoop (Assorted Flavors) Yellow Cooking

ICE MILK % Gal. 490 ONIONS 3 Bag 390

September 13 1966 I
Golden Gem 6 oz. Juicy Sweet
(Paid Pol. adv. I"I LEMONADE 9 cn 990 PEACHES Lb. 190

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Bah I Flagler County Graham A. Gloria D., Third Grade I I:I. HASTINGS MATTRESS

:Jfage,. InstructionalPersonnell B.Harris. Caretha, First Grade 'A. I'11 i i & UPHOLSTRY 710.12 Lemon WORKS St.

Hunter, L. A., Principal.
Palatka, Florida
Martin, Lois, English. I
W. S. C. S. MEETSSEPTEMBER prize. Hostesses were Mrs. Bar. Fifth I Phone EA 5-9166
BUNNELL HIGH SCHOOL I Pierson, Charlie Mae,
8th bara Stryker, and Mrs. Orvilene I FurnituUpholstering I
Grade A.
I & Refinished
Saunders. Kenneth D. Herring. Principal
The Womans Society for Howard M. Reynolds Assistant Purcell, Leila O, Kindergarten. I Mattresses d Box Springs
Service will meet Sep. Made Order.Also Renovated
Christian 10
Principal Ray, Evangeline H., Librarian. |
tember 8th at the FellowshipHall Fall Schedule Call Laura Morris
I Sinclair Jenethel Social Studies. I
Hargett, Wilda, Kindergarten A. 43703233\I
Beach Methodist 6:00 P.
of the Flagler After
Wadsworth, Frances, Kinder Smith, Vineda S., Third Grade A. I
Church. Begins For FSCCThe garten B. Thomas, Estelle S., Sixth Grade) PRICES REASONABLE.
Program topic is "Mission Holland, Hazel, First Grade A. I A. Just as near as your
Six Continents". Leaders will be Flagler Senior Citizens
Hardin, Barbara, First Grade B. Worsham, Ossie, Sixth Grade A. I Phone or Post Office
William Thompson and Club will begin its fall and win
Craig, Opal, Second Grade A. Young, Marguerite A., Business Drop Us A Card or Call I
Mrs. Hal Jordan. Hostesses will ter schedule next Tuesday eve &
Free Pick-up Delivery! :
McClure Eloise Grade B. Education.
be Mrs. Mildred Sargent and ning, Sept. 6, with a potluck
Reynolds, Laura, Third Grade A. '-----1
at 6 o'clock in its club-
Mrs. Vernon Raymond.THE supper Subscribe to The Tribune
room in the Municipal building, Higginbotham, Lois, ThirdB. t
OFFICIAL BOARD Flagler Beach. During the sum I
Townsend Ruth Fourth Grade
MEETS SUNDAY AT mer the members voted to have A.Mercer. VOTE FOR
METHODIST CHURCH only one formal meeting a
Wanda, Fourth Grade B.
Following the Sunday Morn. month instead of the customarytwo.
ing Worship Service at the Meth. The Club meets the first oMrris, Laura, Fifth Grade A.

odist Church, the Official Board and third Tuesdays of each Murray, Emma, ;Fifth Grade B. C. B. EISENBACHCLERK
will meet. month. Tonkin, Viola, Sixth Grade.
Gurnee, Mary, Science.
Following this will be a cover Chairman Lynn Clary said today
Brown, Rosemary, Home Eco.
ed dish dinner. that additional tables for nomics. OF CIRCUIT COURT
the clubroom would be providedby
Brooks, Leonra, English.
SCHOOL PATROL the Flagler Beach City Com.
Hardin, Jack, Driver Ed. and
FOR FLAGLER mission, to take care of the additional History. FLAGLER COUNTYA

BEACH SCHOOL seating capacity needed
Barasa, Lena, Latin and Span-
Ralph Abraham was elected as during the height of the winter ish.Craig.
captain of the Flagler Beach season. The Club has a current
James, Social Studies. Man For An
School Patrol. Connie McDanielwas membership of 108. It will beginIts Qualified Important
Hanyen, L. R. Jr., English, Jr.
named co-captain. fourth year in October when
Members of the Patrol are Jan officers are selected for the High. Office
Bayless, Roy, Physical Educa.
Counts, Tracey Prevatt, Debbie 1966-67 term.Applications.
Meekins and Mollie Missinnee.All tion. .
Taylor, E. L., Science, Jr. High.
are members of the sixth Life Time Resident of Flagler County.
grade. Middleton, Sidney, Mathematics, World War II Veteran.
For Jr. High.

Hein, Theo, Business Education.
Service AcademiesDue Beasley, Mary Ann, Social Studies .
HONORED WITH Jr. High. Member-First Baptist Church, Masonic Lodge,

TRAILER SHOWER 30 Bradley, Sarita, Physical Edu. York Rite Bodies, American Legion, Municipal
Danny Frailey was honored September cation. Judges Association, Florida Civil Defense Council. !
with a trailer shower on Sunday
First Congressman D. R. (Billy) Beasley, Hilton, L., English,
afternoon at the Baptist
Matthews today announced that High School. FAMILY
Church. Danny recently receivedhis
degree at the University< of all young men in the 8th Con. Long, Ernest P. Agriculture. Married 24 years to the former Leona Ward of Bun-

Florida In Forestry and will be gresslonal District desiring to Webber, Addison E., Music. nell. Three Children: Heidi, Benton and Hervey.
I take the Civil Service screening Bayless, Patricia, Mathematics,
employed in Darien, Georgia. He
examination preliminary to con High School.
will move his trailer there on QUALIFICATIONSGraduate
sideration for appointments to Reynolds, Howard M., Dean of
Thursday. of Bunnell High School, Graduate of Mid-
the national service academiesmust Students and Social Studies.
Judson Stryker .won the door die Georgia College in Business Administration and
have their completed application Brown, Averley, Guidance.
forms in his office, 2236 Broadaway, Mary, Librarian. Accounting, further Accounting studies at Massey

Alexander Rayburn House Office Building, County Wide Business College, Jacksonville Florida.

Washington, D. C. 20515, no later Adams, Anne, Elementary Art.

Lumber CompanyFLAGLER than September 30, 1966. Field, Barbara L., Elementary POLITICAL EXPERIENCESix

"The results of this examination Music. Years as City Councilman. Serving two terms as
BRANCH will be utilized in makingmy Mayor of Bunnell.

selections on appointments
Summer Time for the classes entering the FLAGLER BEACHELEMENTARY Special Democratic Primary

Academies in the summer of SCHOOL .

I Special 1967", Matthews explained, "and William E. Fennell. Jr.. September 13 1966 j
all interested boys who have not Principal

yet filed applications should immediately Herring, Betty, First Grade. (Paid Political Adv.) t
r Quantity Discount Paint write me for the necessary Bourne, Suzanne, Second Grade. tI

I forms in order that they Webber, Earleen, Third Grade. I

SALESavings may be returned prior to the Somerfeldt, Ruth, Fourth Grade.

September 30 deadline date." Newell, Jennie, Fifth Grade. BUDDY KNOX

Congressman Matthews emphasized Fennell, W. E. Jr., Sixth Grade,
up to 20% on that those who have Principal, Boys' P. E. Health YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER

Exterior-Interior already submitted applications Coordinator. Bunnell Atlantic Service StationU.
Masonry-Wood Paint' need not write again.
The national service academies

{ Let us assist you with our include the U. S. Naval CARVER HIGH SCHOOLL. S. Highway 1 / f x Day Phone 437-3652

remodeling or home Academy at Annapolis, the U. S. A. Hunter Principal .-.s Night Ph.
improvement service. ,I Military Academy at West Point, Benjamin F. Broxton Assistant 437-3944

the U. S. Air Force Academy at Principal REPAIR, REBUILD GENERATORS, STARTERS
TO SAVE MONEYI I II Colorado Springs, and the U. S. Baisden, Beady T., Third Grade AND CARBURETORS
TRADE WITH JOHNNY I II Merchant Marine Academy at C.Belton.
I 1 Kings Point. Cortlandt, S., Band Direc. 24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service

Benjamin, Hercules W., First
Grade B.Blackshear.
24 HourWrecker ..:R... Herbert E., Physicaland

Service Driver Ed. BROWN & BROWN
Breland, Thomas, Mathematics.
Brown, Dora B., Fourth Grade B.

Flagler Truck & Tractor Co. Broxton Grade, B.Benjamin F., Sixth INSURANCEOUR I

J MASSEY-FERGUSON Butler, Charles O., IndustrialArts.

Grove Farm Industrial Equipment PHONE NUMBER IS

Byrd, Johnnie Mae, Fifth GradeB.
VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 .
Owner Bunnell, Florida Crawford, Catherine E., Home

4 Economics.

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Daniels, Roberta, Physical Ed. &

\ Edwards, Sara H., Science. HOMEA.

! Ferguson, Rosa L., Kindergarten. H. CRAIG. Funeral
. ANDELECTRIC Giddens, Essie M., Fourth Grade Director
'.' I JOHN CAPO. Manager
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TRAVIS CHAMBERS in Miami. They were called there $119 Each
HONORED WITH A for a meeting with Democratic i
BIRTHDAY DINNER nominee for Governor Robert 4
Travis Chambers was honored King High Sunday and Monday. ti
guest Sunday at a birthday din U. S. D. A. Choice
ner given at the John Rodgers Visiting In the home of Mr. 1
home East Moody Boulevard. and Mrs. John R. Pugh last week SIRLOINOR lb. '
Hostesses for the affair were end were Mr. Pugh's parents TBONEU. STEAKS 98'CHUCK
his daughters Mrs. John Rod Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Carr and Mr.
gers and Mrs. Gales Cone of and Mrs. Sherman Phippins all
Daytona Beach. I of Suffolk Virginia. Miss Becky S. D. A. Choice
Present were Mr. Chambers Carr made the return trip witty
Mr. and Mrs. Cone and two her parents after a two weeks *
children Mr. and Mrs. Rodgersand visit here.DONALD. STEAKS Ib. 59
Daphne Mrs. Wilda Cobb
and Dalton Cobb. MOODY IN

Zachery Holland, son of Mr. Donald Moody son of Mr. and
and Mrs. Z. G. Holland Jr., has Mrs. Robert Moody 3rd is hos PORK ROAST Ib59*
enrolled in college in Tifton pitalized in the U. S. Base Hospital
Georgia. He will major in farm. Arlene Fountainbeau
ing economics.Mr. France. He is reported to be suf.

fering from spinal meningitis. Lyke's "Sugar Creek Wilson's CertifiedFRANKS
and Mrs. Leon Pierce and He Is the grandson of Mr. and
son Hubert of Eutaw Alabama, Mrs. Robert Moody Jr., of Bun. LUNCH MEATS
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff nell.
Cockrell last week. They are
former residents of Bunnell. Clerk of the Circuit Court 12 Pk 8z.. 3ge 36 oz.. $JL< George M. Moody and Mrs.
Sam Smith son of Mr. and I Moody were In Miami Mondayand

Mrs. Raymond Smith, entered Tuesday for a special meetS Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D (222 lb. Avg.) CUT TO ORDER
I. the Berry Academy in Rome Ing of the State Association of
Georgia last week. Mrs. Smith Clerks. The meeting was called
accompanied him there last thre for the purpose of meeting '
weekend. with Democratic nominee for m 33
Governor Robert King High.
Visiting here last week with .
her father Michael Carakaris, BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONMrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex.on .
were Jimmy Maude Holland's guests

also and visited children with of her Detroit.brother They Dr. Zachery Saturday Holland included Jr.Mr.and and Zach Mrs. I Ask G. C. For Special Meals Cut To Your SatisfactionHunt's

John Canakaris. ery Mrs. Wilda Cobb Mrs. Nan.
cy Rodgers and Daphne Travis
Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson
Harry Chambers Mrs. Marsha Zellers
left Tuesday morning by Jet to and girls, and Mrs. Katherine 14 oz. Bottle
California,. and from there to all of Bunnell Mrs. For
Mentzer ; CATSUP S $100
Hawaii for a week's stay. Thetrip'Ford's"Vlsif Ovieda Geibert and son of Jacksonville CRISCO I
; to Pleasure
Mrs. Gales
; Mr. and Canned LUNCHEON MEAT
Island was sponsored by Ford
Cone and children of Daytona
Motor Company in a contest Beach. The occasion was in celebration SPAN l Canz. 49cRitz lb.
among Ford Dealers. Mr. Atkin. of the birthday anniversaries 3 Tin 58"Limit
winner in his dis
son trict.was of Zack Holland and CANNED (Limit 6) 12 oz. Can
Holland Gelbert. SOFT Each 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Recent guests of Mrs. J. C. Mrs. Lilly Buchanan of Pa-
Hall included her brother and latka spent several days here Fireside 1 Vz lb. Box
sister in law Mr. and Mrs. last week Worth Green of Troy Ohio. I and brother in law Mr. and Mrs.J. CREAMES3Forl
D. Barber. The Barbers ac Whip 1 lb. Pkg.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Impro- companied her home Saturdayand New SPRAY CLEANER 22 oz. Bottle Each
to and sons of Birmingham also visited with their Each MARGARINE 27CKraft
Alabama, spent a two weeks va daughter Mrs. Ellie Shaw who, INFINITE 69 e
cation here and in Deleon is ill at her home there. SLICED 26 oz. Jar
Springs. They are former residents i I Each
of Bunnell. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. PEACHES 5ge
Barber Thursday were Miss Co. DIXIE CRYSTAL
Misses Susan and Gail Wads. rice Varn who is with the U. S.
worth left during the weekend Navy and her father Claude SUGAR FROZEN FOODSFrosty -
for Tallahassee where they will I Varn of St. Augustine.
enroll at Florida State Universi ; AcresORANGE 6 oz. Can
ty. Gail will be in her senior Harris said today 5 lb 1ge For
Supt. Coy Bag JUICE 1 3ge
year as a student and Susan the schools are in need of sub.

will enter the graduate schoolin stitute teachers and bus drivers. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Frosty Acres FORDHOOK 10 oz. Pkg.
law. I
Those Interested may contact
him at the courthouse. LIMA BEANS 2 For 3ge.
Lynda Cody left during ,the
I weekend to resume special stu CARD OF THANKSWe FRESH PRODUCE -
dies at the University of Floridain are sincerely grateful 'to
Gainesville. friends and neighbors for their Bartlett
many kind acts of sympathy AJAX DETERGENT
Sheriff and Mrs. P. A. Edition- during our recent bereavement.We PEARS ,lb. 19C
son attended the special meet. would also like to extendour
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QUALITY PAINTCome Augusta Family Hilderbrandt.of 1 lb. Cello Bag Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food orderCARROTS
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pltal. I cides were associated with 4,379or INVITATION TO DID Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune

Sign For Medicare I I Hospital insurance coverage I only 6.1 per cent of all poison I Sealed proposals. for the construcI $240 A Year In Advance

begins with the month a person ing cases reported In the new I i I terial tlon of Center a new Bunnell Flagler School County, Bun-Ma- 1I'9'F

Before Reaching : reaches 65, providing he applies I! national survey. The 1964 figurewas |i nell Board Florida of, for Public the Flagler Instruction County -, PETERSON TEXACO

to establish his eligibility no 7.1 per cent. Flagler County, Florida. SERVICE
Eadie SaysEvery I of the I Bids) will be received at the
Age 651 later than 12 months followingthat Although most pesti County Superintendent's Office on ROAD SERVICE I

month, Eadie said. Like social cide ingestions occur during the 1 September 27, 1966, at 9:00: A. M.

month, 120,000 American I security cash benefits hospital summer months most of the In- i i[ at be which opened time and publicly\: reb 3.1I will Light Mechanics.' Work

reach the age of 65. The I' Insurance payments are gestion by children are not I' received after the above specified I'' Phone 437-3441 3unnellNOTICE
time will be returned unopened '
soon-to-be 65's are asking these j I I but and will 1.z.* ,
retroactive for up to 12 months. plant or crop pesticides, I i Drawings specifications I'
"When Is the best time for be available for Inspection at theuperlntf'nd..nt OP HEARING OF TENTA-
days, There Is no such retroactive those used for insects and pestsin of Public Instruction TI\''' II11 HI KT FOR KANT

me to sign up for medicare? j payment under the medical Insurance and around the home. I once Court House building .'1. \(!Mil MOSQUITO CONTROL
Bunnell, Florida, Dodge Plan room DISTRICT
The answer, according to MellD. part of medicare.For In a vnlerf the Dodge 'I Pursuant to provisions of Florida.
Plan Room Florida, and
Statutes notice Is hereby given
Eadie social security district people who were 65 or NOTlCi I at the Builders Exchange, Daytona that public meeting will be held

Is that they should March 1 1966 the medicarelaw : Beach, Florida also at the office by the East Flagler Mosquito Con-
manager over Notice is hereby given that pursuant of the Architect, Craig J. Gehlert, I trol District Board of Commissioners -
sign up two or three months be. set a general enrollment to motion duly made seconded I 523 North Halifax Avenue. Daytona I on Wednesday September 7th
and carried, by the Board of I Beach, Florida. I
1966, 5:30: P. office on Highway
fore they reach 65. period that began September 1, County Commissioners of Flagler Drawings and Specifications! for I AlA, for r'th"et purpose of discussing
If they wait until the month 1965 and ended May 31 1966 County, Florida, at a Special MeetIng I bidding will be available from the the tentative Budget for
I of said. Board held on the Architect Craig J. Gehlert. 523 fiscal year ending September 30th
they reach 65 or !the following 3 during which they could sign up day of August A. D. 1966, Inspectors North Halifax Avenue, Daytona 1967.
and Clerks of each District or Beach. Florida, only, on the following I.YMAN L. GAGE.
months their hospital Insurance for the voluntary doctor bill Insurance Precinct In Flagler County Florida basisComplete : I Secretary.

protection under medicare may I to supplement their bas. .I were appointed and voting sets of Drawings and Aug. 25 & Sept. 12tcNOTICE
places or polling. places for each Specifications will b*> made available
begin right away but their coverage I is hospital insurance under med. I Election District or Precinct In j upon receipt of a $25.00 deposit -
Flagler County, Florida, were designated (limit two), refundable upon I Notice Is hereby given that the
under the voluntary icare. Nine out of ten elderly ( for the Special Primary i return of the drawings and specifications City Assessment Roll will be sub-
tor bill Insurance cannot start I people enrolled for this supple Election to be held on Tuesday In good condition. Addi- mitted to the Equalizing Board of
I the 13th day of September, A. D. tional sets will be made available the City of Bunnell, Florida, for
, until 1 to 3 months after they mentary protection.Since 196, the said Board of County at a purchase price of. $25.00 (not approval on Tuesday, the 6th dayof
I Commissioners of Flagler Count; j refundable). Individual sheets of September. A. D. 1966. at 8:00:
\ for it. Eadie said almost
sign up I May 31, i Florida, having appointed Drawings will be made availableat P. M. In the office of the City Clerk.
Eadie explained that the med- 40 percent of those apply. lowing named persons as Inspectors a purchase price of $50 each All persons desiring to have corrections -
I and Clerks respectively and (not refundable) and individual in such roll whether in
icare law provides a month Ini ing to enroll In the medical Insurance I' having designated the following sheets of specifications will bemade the listing or the valuation of

tial enrollment period for the. too late to have voting or polling places for said available at a purchase priceof I property, or otherwise, are hereby
I applied i Election: $05 each (not refundable). required to file with the City Clerk
voluntary doctor bill Insurance their coverage start as soon as 1'rrrlnet No. t I I Reference Is hereby made to Sec- or at the meeting, their petition
I Vote In the County Commission-( tion I, page A-2, Item No. 7 for I setting forth their objections to
part of the program. This period they reached 65. "II Room In Flagler County Courthouse t Bid Form which must be fully executed such assessments and the corrections -
begins with the 3rd month be. About 8 had waited'I Bunnell Florida. and to page A-l of the I which they desire to have
Pearl Woods
above section Items I. :2 & 3, pet- made.
fore !the person Is 65 Includesthe until the month of their 65th 1.l\llan Harris taming to Bid Form, Bid Bond and MR& NANCY C. RODGERS
I Geneva Rodgers Performance Bonds. City Clerk of Bunnell Florida
month In which he reaches 24 until of Inspectors
birthday; percent one Beatrice White, Clerk. The Flagler County Board of Aug. 25 & Sept. 1-2tc
65, and ends with the 3rd month the 3 months following that I Precinct No. 2 Public Instruction reserves the
right to or all Bids, and IN Till CIRCUIT COURT !SEVKATII -
: Vote In the Flagler Beach Recreation wave any
thereafter. month-but still within the 7. also to any Irregularities In JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. I\
Beach, 'Ior-
"The best time to enroll" month enrollment period. Five Center, Flagler the Bidding. I I FLORIDA.AND FOR EQUITY PLAKLKR NO.COUNTY S347Mleczyslaw ,
'I Cash All Bids shall be completely
Eadies said "is in one of the 3 percent did not apply until after Irene Masemore I sealed and plainly marked on the Marion Koczwanskl.Plaintiff

months before you reach 65. If the end of their enrollment period Doris Firkins, front of the envelope: vs.
To: Mr. Coy G. Harris, Super Maria Elizabeth Koczwanskl.
you do so your protection can [ and will not have another CatherlnnIW Clerk intendent Defendant.

start with the month of your 65th I chance to enroll until the next Vote In Preclnet Community No. 3 Hall Haw Public Flagler Instruction County Board, Flagler of NOTICE AND ANSWER TO APPEAR

birthday. Waiting until that i general enrollment period October Creek Flagler County Florida. County Court House IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF
Penny Sizemore Bunnell Florida.In .
month to sign up will mean the 1, to December 31, 1967. Mae Kelfer addition the front of the envelope : Maria Elizabeth Koczwanskl

coverage can't start until the following Barbara Cody shall be plainly marked 10959 South TroY'Chicago.
Inspectors. "Sealed Bid for the Flagler Coun- Illinois
month. And enrollmentIn Taudy Bowden Clerk. ty Material Center, Bunnell School
Aspirin Poisoning Prerlnet No. 3-A Bunnell. Florida." MAILING ADDRESS
one of 3 months after the Vote In Church Hall Korona, (Signed: ) COY G. HARRIS Pont Office Box 24$
Flagler County. Florida. Superintendent, Flagler County
month you are 65 can mean a Prevalent in U. S. Victoria! Cyzyckl Board of Public Instruction Oaklawn. Illinois.

delay of up to 3 months in the Alice Lyslak Flagler County, Florida. You are hereby notified that a
I i I Antoinette Slovak Set: 1-8-U-atc suit has been brought against you
start of your protection"lie A nationwide survey released Inspectors In the Circuit Court of Flagler
Sophie Smlglelskl. Clerk. IN nnri'iT cornT OF TUB County, Florida, in '
further explained that fail I Equity, by
recently reveals that accidental Precinct No. 4 !''IF.\":NTII JIDICIAL l'IR'IT; Mlecxyslav Marion Koczwanskl.
ure to sign up during the Vote In St. Johns Park Community I\ AND FOR PLAKLEIt COUNTY and hereby to file
71 poisonings in 1965 Increased by you are required
Hall St. Johns Park Flagler FLORIDA. In Chancery, NO- personally or by the
month initial enrollment period 14 per cent over 1964. Aspirin County, Florida. TICK OP Ml IT. Chancery No. Clerk of said Court, rw'your written

may mean that the Individual continues to be the leading Join Alleen Harper Harding 3.1.'UGOtWOS OERNERT. defenses said suit If any on ,or to before the ComplaintIn the 30th

will have to wait until the( next cause of poisoning. Mary Harding. Plaintiff, day of September. A. D. 1966 and
I Inspectors. VI.
general enrollment period. ThisIs I The data came from 341 hospitals Dorothy Salverds. Clerk. MARTHA KENNEDY GERNERT. also defenses to serve a copy:' of your Osslnskyi written -

the last three monthsof Prerlnrt tin. 4-A Defendant Krol. 411 Main tlr-i.
always .' i Daytona
designated as poison control Vote In Masonic Hall. Bunnell OltDKK O 1''IILU'ATIOlIN
Florida before the
on or
odd-numbered years. But even I centers In the U. S. A total Flagler Amorette County Wells Florida. THE FLORIDA NAME: OF THE STATEOF 30th day; of September A. D. 1966.

then the older will haveto TO MARTHA KENNEDY GERN- as required by the Florida Equity
person of 71,627 cases of accidental Jennie Green : Rules of Civil Procedure and herein -

wait until the following July ingestion of various! substancesby 1 Grace Wray.Inspectors.Nina Granite ERT whose StreetPortsmouth residence Is 28 fall not or Decree Pro Confesso
and Final Decree will be entered
for the protection to start and all was reported.The Splvev. Clerk. New HampshireYou against you
age groups Precinct No. .1 are hereby required to file rnedetU
the permlum payments will be 1964 total was 62,728.An Vote In Community Hall. Espan- with the Clerk of this Court youranswer which That said the suit n has been Instituted Court In

10 percent higher. I. undetermined part of the ola Maulse Flagler McKinney County, Florida herein to the against Bill of you Complaintflled In the Is dicial the Circuit Circuit of Court Florida.Seventh In and Ju-

"This matter of a delayed Mable Lane above entitled cause on or before
Increase was due to more complete Addle Woods the 1st day of October A. D. 1966 for Flagler County, Florida In
I Equity and that the title of said
start In protection could have and
reporting by participating Inspectors serve a copy upon Is hereinabove
cause as set forth.
Glenda Pelllcer, Clerk. Oaslnsky & George planttff's attorney -
serious If the indi- You
are further notified that the
hospitals. lrerlnrl No. B-A herein whose address Is I
nature of said suit is
vidual had high medical expenses Various Internal and external Highway Vote In Marlneland.Johnson Building.Florida. AlA 500 tona North Beach Orleander Florida. Avenue"The Flagler, Day ( ) divorce, (b) permanent a suit custodyof fora

meanwhile he pointed out. Tribune" la the minor child, (c) total Interest
medicines accounted for a majority Wllmuth Llklns hereby designated as I In property located in Flak
the In which this order
The voluntary medical insurance of the total ingestion Letitia Ruth Yelvlnftton. hall newspaper be published once a week ier County Florida as described in

part of medicare covers doctor I (53.4 per cent). While aspirinis Coley Mitchell.Inspectors.Clerk. for FAil.4 consecutive NOT OR A weeks DECREE HEREIN PRO I I that certain in Deed : tcntl2.n :F1agler de recorded

bills for home office and hos- an "Internal medicine" it was Bv order of the Board of County CONFESSO WILL BE ENTERED County of the Public Florida Records and said of
Commissioners of Flagler County. AGAINST YOU FOR SUCH FAIL property
pital visits surgeons' fees, anda listed separately because the Florida In Special Meeting at Bun- URE. 'I being laTnOeftllIhee .rlbe in the

wide variety of other medical number of poisonings attributed nell Flagler County, Florida, this for The divorce.nature of this suit Is a bill WITNESS my hand and seal of
23rd day of August A. n. 1966.
expenses In and out of the hos- i: to this one product was so great ALFRED R. TUCKER. WITNESS my hand and seal at office at Bunnell. Florida, this 23rdday
of August, A. D. 1966.
Chairman of the Board of Bunnell. Flagler County. Florida, I
r; ((25.8)) percent of all cases). County Commissioners of this 25th day of August A. D.. 1966. JULIA R HARVEY
Clerk of the Circuit Court
O. F. ALPORD This national tabulation Is not ATTEST Flnifler AND Countv.COUNTY Florida. As GEORGE Clerk Circuit M. MOODY Court. I of Flagler County Florida.

to be confused with a similar COMMISSIONERS SEAL Flagler County. Florida I ad interim.
Registered AFFIXED: (Official Seal) I (O 3 NSKYOAND SEAL)
I 1965 survey of poison control GEORGE M. MOODY Clerk By Julia R Harvey KROL

Real Estate Broker centers in Florida listing 6,751 Board Flagler of County County.Commissionersof Florida Sept 1-8-15-22-Hc Deputy Clerk. Attorneys 411 Main for StreetDaytona Plaintiff

for the state.It I Beach FloridaAug.
Bunnell Florida poisonings Sept. 1_1 tc NOTICE OF ELECTION 25 & Sept. 1-8-15-Hc

was pointed out that pestl- NOTICE FOR I1IIH! Adams.
Notice Is hereby given that Sealed Secretary of State of the State of MIDDLE DISTRICT! OF .'f.ORIUA.IAl'K'IOl'VILLE
.J bids will be received at St. Thomas'Episcopal Florida do hereby give notice thata !' DIVISION
Church, P.O. Box 656 GENERAL ELECTION will beheld UNITED
Florida in person in Flagler County. State of
I i ; -I Insurance by L. M. Stefllk,10Cor O. Harris Florida, on Tuesday next succeedIng vs Court No. 66-102-Civll Plaintiff. J
Flagler County and Thomas I* Lenssen until the first Monday in November THOMAS E. MAY and MARTHA
12.00: P. 51. noon Wednesday, September A. D.. 1966. the said Tuesday W. MAY his wife: JOHNNIE
7th, 1966, at which timethey being the EIGHTH DAY OF NO- ARTHUR NELSON and MARY
will be opened and publicly VEMBER. to fill the following of- ELLEN NELSON, his wife
read aloud for sale of: Lot 4. Block flees: Defendants.
Agency 63 with building thereon In the Representative in re NOTICE OF SALE
Town of Bunnell. Florida. Opening the Fourth Congressional rstrfgt. Notice is hereby given that pur-
of bids will be on Anderson Street Three (3) Justices of the Supreme suant to a Final Decree of Foreclosure -
the site above described.The Court entered on August 19, 1966
All Forms of Insurance Church reserves the rightto Three (3) Judges of the District by the above entitled Court In the
accept or reject any or all bids Court of Appeal for the First Appellate above styled cause the undersigned
or to accept that bid consideredby District. United States Marshal of
105 North Bay Street -:- Phone 437-3171 them to be In the best interestof Five (5) Circuit Judges of the his duly authorized deputies or any will
the Church. Any bid received I Seventh Judicial Circuit.
I i-roperty situate I In Flag
Bunnell Florida 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTY after the time and date specified Governor. r:1huent: Florida, described as;
will not be considered. No bidder Secretary of State. The Westerly 100 feet of Lots
BONDSZWYWWJVWWVV may withdraw Ms bid for 30 (thIr- Attorney General 15 and 16 of Block 24 of Moody
ty) day after opening Bids should Comptroller. Subdivision according to plat recorded -
be addressed to: The Mission Boardof State Treasurer. in Plat Book 1 at Page 24
St. Thomas1: Episcopal Church. Superintendent of Public Instruc- of the public records of Flagler
-- .. .-. . P.O. Box 656. Bunnell. Florida tion. County Florida and more particu
VJ'r....,r.... ...". .v 1'. .. .:-.:- 32010 and plainly! marked "bid onChurch Commissioner of Agriculture.Two larly described as follows: Begin
property on outside of en (2) Commissioners Florida the Southwesterly cornerof
HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT velope. Public Service Commission. nlotat5 and running thence North
State Senator Fourteenth Sena- 67 27' 46" East along the South
for the Mlsson Board. torial District. erly line of the said Lot 15, a dis
Sept. 1-1 tc State Senator Fifteenth Sena- tance of 100.0 feet; thence North
AMBULANCE torial District. 22 32' 14" West a distance of
STATE OF FLORIDA State Senator Sixteenth Sena- 100.0
feet to the North line of Lot
PHONE vAa| 1625 ssOflloe torial District. 16; thence South 67* 27' 46" West
Secretary of State I State Senator Forty-first Sena- a distance of 100.0 feet to the
SERVICE KNOW YE that I. TOM ADAMS torial DistrictOne Northwesterly corner of Lot 16
ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA Secretary of State of the State of t ,I ((1) Member of the House thence South 22* 82' 14* East a
Florida, do hereby give notice that of Representatives.Two distance of 100.0 feet to the point
Special Primary Elections will be (2) Members of the Board of
Garcia Ambulance. We beginning! of this description.
about calling a
finer be hesitant held in Flagler County on September of .Count/ Commissioners.Three Bearings are referred to the True
service with promptness. safety and 13. 1966 and If necessary Sep- (3) Members of the Board Meridian and parcel containing 0.23
are always at your tember 27. 1966. of Public Instruction. acres.
The Special Primary Electionsare Sheriff. at public outcry to the highest and
experience. being held for the purpose of Clerk, Circuit Court. best bidder for cash between the
selecting nominees of recognizedpolitical Judge, Small Claims Court. hours of 11:00: o'clock a. m. and
Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator parties to become candidates Justice of the Peace. District 2:00: oclock p. m. on September 29,
In the General Election on One. 1968 at the Front Door of the Flak
November 8, 1966 for the office of In Testimony Whereof I have ler County Courthouse at Bunnell,
Funeral HomeP. Clerk of the Circuit Court. hereunto set my hand and affixed d: 1166.
Garcia GIVEN under my hand and the the Great Seal of the State of FlorJ "Hrfa E. iLt81W.2 28 R.
Great Heal of the State of Florida, Florida at Tallahassee the Capital United States Marshal
E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral Director ? at Tallahassee the CaPltali this this the Fifteenth day of Au- Middle District of Florida
the 23 day of August gust 1966. Bernard Nachman
LADY ASSISTANT Jvvwwwvwuwuvww (SEAL) Secretary s TOM ADAM3SECRETARY Assistant United States Attorney
of StateAug. OF STATE for
Attorney Plaintiff
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as the present one. They have II!Income from several sources today. I used to pay 30 cents I I increase in the cost of living.All .
Too Late I I used billions of dollars of taxpayers I I would take care of me for life.I for half gallon of milk, now I the reserves I built up over
money, yours and mine, ]I' did not want to be a burden the years, life Insurance, savingsand
63 cents. The loaf of breadI
to sink this nation deeper In the j I ontmy children and took pride pay the like, have lost half of
12 cents for few
To Classify mire of debt and nearer to a : in the fact that I could look paid a years their value. So I cannot too
dis'l ago is now 25 cents. A can of
astrous Inflation. I after myself.But excited about brother
soup that used to be 10 centsis Humph.
BY RUBMII Kay Poor "oldsters" fall for I I wake to find
duped now up now sixteen cents. The doc rey's screaming about what he
the old political line, "Look 'that the dollars I saved are not and his administration have
tor who called at the house and
"There's an old axiom In politics what we are doing for you." We worth half what they were a charged me $5 now asks $15. done for me. Rather I am genuinely
," thundered Vice President have increased your social se few years ago and with prices The ambulance that used to cost concerned about what they
Humphrey to Democratic Party curity payments, given you steadily increasing will be less me $5 Is now $15. My rent has have done. TO M] .
chairmen after he had enume Medicare, insured your future. and less in value in the future. gone up 30 per cent, my taxes Listen, fellow senior citizens,
rated a long list of multimillion But those of us on fixed incomes Business and industry, concerned have doubled and the end is not we are suckers of the first water
dollar measures passed by Congress and I am one of them, with keeping alive justas in sight. and helping our country to
: "Let the people know realize that our benovelent government you and I, demand and get go down the drain so fast thatit
what you have done for .them In search of votes, has higher wages, and higher prices. Sure Uncle Sam is benevolent. Isn't funny. Wake up. Come
and they will treat you right." taken us to the cleaners. The dollar I used to take to He has increased my social alive. Don't let the politicians
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Dave Perryman I Bunnell Methodist BUNNELL SCHOOL During her one-year reign she member of the Georgia Hampshire

BAND PARENTS will make appearances and travel Breeders' Association, since I
Tells Of ChurchOliver to Louisiana, Minnesota, Florida does not have an Asso
PeopleTo MEET TONIGHTThe Illinois, and Georgia. She will ciation.
( F. Taylor. Pastor) crown next year's queen at Aus
People Tour LABORERS WITH GOD Bunnell Band Parents tin, Minnesota, next summer.
There vocations in will meet tonight, Sept. 1st, at The average newly hatched
(Continued from page 1) are many to the Bunnell School Band room Linda is a sophomore at Cen lobster has one chance In a million .
the world. It is important as
fry. The Swedes conducted tours the amount and kind of renum- I at 8 o'clock, Mrs. Margaret Taylor tral Florida Junior College, of reaching maturity, the
of their Forestry School, Intensively said today. where she is majoring in business National Geographic Lobsters
eration we will receive for our
managed forests and for Activities and the band pro. administration. She is the. raised In a hatchery are
Some of
work. us
mills. Their country is very gram for 1966-67 school year daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold protected during infancy, and
others run their own businesses
and wages
beautiful with many lakes all will be discussed. All parents of Douglas. Mr. Douglas is a pure. the odds are reduced to one in a
farms, but we are
rivers. It is kept very clean and or band students are urged to be bred Hampshire breeder and a I hundred.SPECIALS.
concerned about the end result.
and their people are
orderly present for this meeting. Re.
The food and This end result is how much I
very friendly. freshments will be served.
hotel accommodations were ex money we will have for ourselves
and our families. It is a
visited on good feeling to have a good
The last country Florida Girl Is
this tour was Germany and the crop or to do a good Job for our

whole group was impressed with mployer. i FOR
! the way West Germany had We have a way of enjoyingthe Hampshire QueenAt
been rebuilt from the ruins of fruits of our labor when it LABOR DAY WEEK END
Meat Confab
, World War II. Two days were has come from the "sweat of our [

I, spent in the Black Forest which brow." There are various typesof A Florida girl, representingthe BUY DIRECT WilY PAY

\, is one of the most intensively jobs and professions and demandas which I State of Georgia, is reigning SAVE P AI I N T MORE
' managed forests in the world. rely upon supply 1966 National Hampshire Queen.

, The German mills are very to productivity and renume- Miss Linda Douglas, 18, of
i modern and efficient. The food ration. Morrlston, was crowned Hampshire GALLONS GALLONS
I and hoted accommodations were However, what is most Impar'l Queen at the National 3 LATEX $5 3 Super Latex $850
with its
excellent and the manner in I tant is our life Hampshire Meat Conference at
which the Germans handled the and the relationship ot. Southern Illinois University. INTERIOR.EXTERIOR Block Stucco Brick
I with God if we call ourselves
tour was most impressive.After J Linda's crowning was the high.
Christians. Every man shall
the stay in the Black light of the Conference ban.
Forest, two days, were spent in ,'receive his reward according to quet, according to Kenneth L. GALLONS Trim: and Deck $89
his labor. For we are laborers 3 Outside White$995 ENAMEL
Berlin. West Berlin has been re Durrance, animal husbandman,
built into an impressive city, I j together with God. 1 Corinthians Florida Agricultural Extension Gallon................
but the most depressing part of 3:8: 9. Service. OIL BASE FOR WOOD ALL COLORS

the trip was !the tour of East Selections were made on the

Berlin and the Berlin Wall. RESOLUTIONWHEREAS basis of beauty, poise, personality .
On August 8th, the tour left I : It has pleased the and a minute talk on
Berlin and returned to New I Great Architect of the Universeto pork. Each contestant was In. R. V. YEOMANS
677.8020 9 a. m. to 5:30
p. IDe
York. After encountering some II take unto Himself our revered terviewed by a panel of judges.
problems due to the air strike, I and beloved Brother Walter E. During the 3-Jay Conference
most of the group arrived in I I Knight, andWHEREAS Linda presented awards and appeared I NATIONWIDE PAINT FACTORIES

Florida by August 10th, glad I : The departed on TV programs.In .

that they had had the opportunity I Brother Knight was a memberof November she will 438 SO. YONGE ST. ORMOND BEACH, FLA.
to visit these countriesbut Bunnell Lodge No. 200 for sent the Hampshire breed repre'l
very thankful to be home. many years candidate for the National Comer Hand Ave. and U. S. 1

: That Bunnell Lodge No. s ----.
The 380-bed Shands Teaching 200 F&AM be in mourning for a

Hospital at the Universityof period of thirty days on the loss '."V '
Florida accepts patients by i of our Brother who has passedto BETTER LIGHT I
referral from doctors throughoutthe the Great Beyond, and
state. It has an average BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED:
daily census of 300 and handles That a copy of this resolution lightens

an average of 85,000 patients I be spread upon the minutes of . ; .
each year through its out-patient i' this Communication, and copy '
facilities. be sent to the family of our deceased HOMEWORK
I I,I Brother.
The New England lobster In. i Submitted by: _4 I I
serts a grain of sand near the T. Shelton Brooks
base of each feeler to help keepa John A. CleggP.
bearing In. its nearby weight A. Edmonson ('kc?;
less state in water, the National
Geographic says. Gravity exertsa Thirteen million dozen eggs
faint but constant downward per week are produced in Flor-

pull on the sand grains, givingthe ida, a major contributor to the
lobster what amounts to a southeast's record as producing
built-in plumb line. I 30 percent of the nation's eggs. Y cto <





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All business men in Bunnell are urgedto 1 b.- L _

attend a meeting, Thursday, September8th

at 7:30 p. m. at the It means that it complies with the rigid
standard of the Better Light Better Sight Bureau
and Illuminating Engineering Society.

Bunnell Civic CenterThis Good home study lighting prevents eyestrain and fatigue, aids concentra.-
tion. Better homework means higher grades in school.

Electricity is cheap. about two hours of 200-watt lighting for only

meeting is called in relation to the a penny. In fact, it's now cheaper than ever. Today, the average price
paid per kilowatt hour for Sunshine Service electricity in the home is
actually 31% cheaper than just 10 years
opening of Road 1-95 and its effects on
your child "Back to School" with a new, modem study lamp
functionally designed for seeing without glare or strain.
business in Bunnell.
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