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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: September 15, 1966
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 54, NO. 37 BUNNELL, FLORIDA_THURSDAY, SEPT. 15, 1966 2.50 A YEAK
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County Chamber i STRESSED I PREPAREDNESS AT Bunnell Bulldogs (IJAMES DIES SUDDENLY L. KENDALL JR. j I Moody Wins Race


Of Commerce I I LIONS MEETINGA Open Football FRIDAY AFTERNOONJames j For Clerk of The


Being ReactivatedAt slide-type program entitled"A Season FridayThe L. Kendall Jr., five Circuit CourtClerk
Year of Double Trouble" was I month old son of Mr. and Mrs.

a meeting Monday eve presented to the Lions Club this Bunnell High "Bulldogs"open James L. Kendall of Holly 11111 of the Circuit Court

ning held for the purpose of wek. The set emphasized family the lid on their 1966 foot was dead on arrival at the Halifax George M. Moody defeated C. B.

making plans for the meeting preparedness in the event of national ball season Friday night at 8:00as : Hospital in Daytona Beach Eisenbach in a special Democratic

Thursday night at the courthouse I I disaster. Scenes from different they entertain the Crescent Friday afternoon. An autopsy revealed I primary Tuesday. The

for the reactivating of disaster areas over the I City Rebels on the Bunnell grid the child died of a typeof I I special primary was called to

the Flagler. County Chamber of country during 1964 were shown. iron. pneumonia.In select a nominee for the general

Commerce, It was agreed by all Many communities and individuals Felding their largest squad in addition to his parents he I election ballot in November,

attending that an all out effort had no prior food, shelter, recent years, Bunnell High's is survived by a sister, Mindy to fill the unexpired term of

must be made at this time to natural barriers, or other defenseset roster is studded with sopho Rae, the paternal grand parents, !I I Clerk Emil A. Smythe who died

encourage membership In the organization up. However, by prior planning mores. Although pre-season rat Mr. and Mrs. George Kendall of : in July.

elect officers and I I of communities and individuals ings pick the Bulldogs last in Haw Creek, the maternal grand Moody was appointed by Governor

appoint the necessary commit : to provide the food, fall the St. Johns River Conference, father, Edward Young of Holly I I Haydon Burns to serve as

tees. I out shelters, communications, coaches Howard Reynolds and Hill, and the paternal great Flagler County Clerk of the Circuit
At Monday's meeting, severalof and an orderly system of traffic Roy Bayless are not ready to grand mother, Mrs. Elizabeth j I: Court until January 8.

the members of the present I. movement during emergency, throw in the towel. Kendall, Haw Creek; 2 brothers, I I About fifty percent of the registered .
organization were present and lives could be saved. "Our men are working
many young Bruce and Bobby Kendall; a voters turned out for the
some who were not were pres The group was honored to I xtremely hard and many of great aunt; Miss Mae Kelfer, I special primary. Moody received

have as their guests secretaries them have 'grown up' this fall. I Haw Creek. 589 Votes and Eispnharh received \ .
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letter was composed at the from the offices of the clerk, tax They are determined to win. Graveside services were heldat ; 4ii.--Th; are about 2,200:

meeting showing the need at assessor, and sheriff. These included Lack of experience will definitely the Espanola Cemetery. Rev. registered voters in the county.

this time of the importance of Mrs. Julia Harvey, Mrs. hurt us early in the season Charles Anders of the First Baptist Moody lead in all eight precincts

an active Chamber of Commerce. George Moody, Mrs. Joyce Patrick but the desire can overcome a Church of Bunnell and Rev. and also in the absentee

Every business firm in Flagler I Miss Celia Lord, Miss Sue lot of mistakes." said Coach I Hal Marchman, of the Central ballots cast.

County should receive a copy of King, Miss Cheryl Skolar. Reynolds.
I Baptist Church of Daytona Beach Moody is owner of the Moody's
the letter which was mailed I The meeting was conducted by "Coach Bayless has done? a I officiated. Pharmacy in Bunnell. Elsenbach

Wednesday. 2nd vice-president Louis Steflik. I tremendous Job with our line I Funeral arrangements were in is distributor for Murray's Bis-

Following is the letter: I and he feels that we can hold charge of Craig of Bunnell. cult Co.,- In this area.UNOFFICIAL .

FLAGLER COUNTY NEEDS our own with anyone In the con

YOU I I I "Democratic PartyOf ference." RESULTS

"With the completion of Highway Crescent City is the defending American Legion IN TUESDAY'S ELECTIONPre.

195, the potential threat of The Century" champ of the St. Johns River Eisenbach Moody

Flagler County being bypassedhas [ Conference and again is expect. Will Honor Boy 1 ............................ 157 169

become a reality. Jacksonville Oct. I II ed to be a title contender. 2 ............................ 102 161

"This means a loss of revenueto [ Probable starters on offensefor Staters MondayFlagler 33A........................... 21 23

Flagler Beach and Bunnell The three men who will com Bunnell are Wade Thornton ........................ 27 32

and all municipal areas in the ,I prise "The Top of the Ticket"for I and Henry Bowens, ends; Jack Post No. 115 of The 44A........................... 12 15

of cigarette taxes and other I the Democratic party on No- Sparkman and Gary Buckles or American Legion will be hoststo ........................ 38 675A.
way
allied tax incomes. We cannot vember 8 will all have major John, Johnston, tackles; Jim Ak- the two Junior Class boys of j i ........................... 34 48

curtail our ..city *ud..county : roles In.the Democratic Partyof Ins. a1d.! Phillip ZImmerle, tended.Bunnell Boy's High State School in Tallahassee who at I I. ........................ 19 42Absentee

services, therefore It will mead c the Cehtuty" In Jacksonville guards; Jack --Knlgnt--centerr; ln;.July.They Wt+DanTody ..:.40_', 22- ._ 32
bill to Oct. 1 State Democratic Chairman Walton Cowart, quarterback; -
an increase In your tax McDanlel. i
and Arthur ban
Is the
replace the tax income loss. Pat Thomas said today. Bill Harris, and Dan Cody, half. son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard TOTALS ........ 432 589

"All merchants on AlA and U.I Robert King High, Democratic backs, Don Moore, fullback.
Cody, Haw Creek. Arthur Is the I I
S. 1 will face a tremendous drpoin nominee for Governor, will makea son of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. DEEN FAMILY

business. Some will not sur I major speech, Attorney General Exams Set For Daniel, Flagler Beach. MC'//I REUNION SET

vive. Earl Faircloth will be Master Citizenship awards OCTOBER 2nd
"This is the time for all of us of Ceremonies and State
I State Nursing selected from the Junior High
to Join together for a common Treasurer Broward Williams will were: Ann Meekins, daughter of I The Deen Family Associationhas
set Sunday, October 2nd for
Introduce the Thomas
speakers,
cause. hnl. rchinc Mr. and Mrs. Jack Meeklns. and
I . : the annual Family Reunion. The
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"The Flagler County Chamberof announced._ *r w *v 9 9 m***
I Michael Barber, son of Mr.: and h icim tF rt
reunion will be
Commerce Is being reactivated "These are the three Demo I
Bunnell and Carver High Mrs. Shelton Barber, will also
nominees who subjectto Clinch State Park, Fernandina
of crash cratic
for the purpose a are seniors the be honored
School graduates of at the meeting Mon
of billboard signs, statewide vote In Novemberand Beach, Florida again thisyear.This .
program
two schools, and college students day night.A .
is the third Annual Re
and developing whose names will top the
radio advertising
from this county should give fried chicken supper will be
two industrial sites for small ticket," Thomas noted. serious consideration to the served in connection with union.
a potluck -
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fund dinner Mrs. Z. G. Holland Jr., said
industries to move into Flagler The party raising ,
State Nursing and Teaching supper, which the member
to be held at the Jacksonville they have rented the Jetty Lodgefor
County. .
Scholarship Loan Examinationto ship Is asked to bring.
Chamberof Civic Auditorium will raise 24 hours and there are accommodations
,
"The Flagler County be given In the courtroom of Parents of the honored guestsare .
and for all Demo- I for about 20 people
needs opposed
Commerce you money
you
the County Courthouse from urged to be present. I r
need the Chamber of Commerce. cratic nominees based on their who wish to spend Saturday
9:00: to 11:00 a. m. on Tuesday,
"Let's join now! Individual requirements and the strengthof October 11 Brown said I night. There are also camping
Averley
membership, $10.00; small bus- their opposition, Thomas vember 7. ; facilities for those who wish, as
out. today. "This is more than just a fund- well as near by motels.
iness concerns, $25.00; large con pointed The chance to try for one of
These will include the five raising drive" Mrs. Englandersaid
$50.00.
cerns or corporations,
is too
these scholarships good
"We need your membershipand Democrats (four incumbents) "this is a campaign to Involve TAX COLLECTORSAND
for to The
anyone pass up.
we need your energy. Please seeking seats In Congress, 24 teaching scholarship would be every citizen in politics ASSESSORS

attend the meeting this Thurs. nominees to the State Senate, for $200 per semester or trimester and government "regardless of his MEET IN MIAMITax

day of the Chamber of Commerce I and 60 candidates for the State for a maximum of eight se- party affiliation.

to get our program roll I House of Representatives as well mesters or trimesters If the student "Our goal in Florida" Mrs. Collector Dale B. BrownJr.

ing. County courthouse, 7:30 p. : as some local offices. maintains "C" Englander said, "is to collect one ., and Tax Assessor Don Moore
a average
m., September 15th." !I Tickets for the $100 a plate and meets the other require dollar for every voting Demo- were In Miami Sunday and

I dinner in Jacksonville are sell- ments of the institution. ; crat. Our drive is more Important Monday for a special called
ing fast and Thomas said stand this year than ever before" i meeting of the Assessors and
BEVERAGE LICENSESARE The nursing scholarships cover I
by arrangements are being made Mrs. Englander said. "For the Collectors.The .
practical nursing training, I.
DUE OCTOBER 1 for closed circuit television Incase first time, county and state com meetings of the State Associations
I Associative Degree nurse training
License Dealers of overflow crowd. mittees have been authorized to were called for a
All beverage an I spec
at the Junior College level,
and Vendors must renew their I I All members of the state Cab and professional diploma. Re. use their share of money as soon ial meeting with Democratic

beverage licenses on or before inet, State Public Service Com for shouldbe as it is raised. This can mean Nominee Robert King High.
quests applications the difference between victory _
October 1st. missioners and key legislative .
made Immediately.For
If licensees fall to renew their leaders are planning to attendth further informationsee and defat for candidates at local They have planned to honor all
any "
present license, a penalty will be dinner and are participating and state levels.
call Brown Bunnell
or Mr. ,
imposed, the Director warned. .in ticket sales in what Thomas The drive launched with a Gold Star Mothers at a dinnerin
School Guidance Counselorat
: High nationwide of President Daytona Beach at five o'clock
Such penalties may range as called "A great 100 percent par. the guidance office School appearance
Johnson, has the enthus- that day.
high as $125, depending on the ty effort.
number: 437.3413; Home num. iastic support of Florida's cab. Mrs. Nazhla Trad of Bunnell,
type of licenses and the date re Members of the Florida Con.
newed. gressional delegation and all ber: 4373595. inet members, Senators and Con who is a member of the Gold

former Governors will be gressmen. Star Mothers organization in
The license holder must sub living
DOLLARS FORDEMOCRATS Beach said she wouldbe
mlt an application for delinquent specifically honored at the din Daytona ,
Renewal through the dis ner and most of them have al- DRIVEIS glad to take anyone with her
GOLD STAR MOTHERSTO if they will contact her by Sunday
trict office in his area should he ready notified Thomas they will EXTENDEDMrs.
fail to renew his license on or attend. BE HONOREDAT September 18. Reservationshave
before October 1st. Malvin Englander State to be made by that time.
18,254 Chairman of 1966 "Dollars for A DINNERThe All Gold Star Mothers will be
A total of Renewal Beverage The Greeks had a proverb
"wit. Democrats" has announced the Allied Veterans in Volusia guests at the dinner. Others attending
Licenses have been mailed j about water cress being a
to the Tax: Collector's offices ,) producing food" and believed It extension of the fund-raisin/- County have set September 25 as I will be charged a nom

in the 67 counties. would cure a deranged mind. drive from September 17 to No :official Gold Star Mothers Day. inal fee.



TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL FLORIDA Thursday 15
Sept. 1966
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Entomologist To with many of the 50 states and control of the imported fire ant. will focus on finding on flooding Quarantine Station, Miami will
some foreign countries experiments for control of sub
represented A proposal for the develop give some observations on mosquitoes
To Hold Annual James E. Brogdon entomologist ment of a comprehensive libraryin terranean Insects by Dr. W. G. frequently .Intercepted In
Florida Agricultural entomology and mematology Genung, Everglades Experiment
Meet Sept. 28-30 Extension Service said. Brogdonis through a cooperative effort between Station Belle Glade, and a report International traffic at Miami.
vice-president of the Societyand the University of Florida on some rhythmic patternsIn The membership of the Flori-
Educators and industry lead program chairman.The and the Florida Department of firefly flashes and specula Ida Entomological Society is
ers will explore entomological Society's president J. R. Agriculture will be presented.W. tions on their underlying neur- cosmopolitan. The roster Includes
responsibilities :to human welfare King, technical director, W. R. M. Flfleld, secretarymanager ophysiological mechanisms, by members In Japan, New Zealand,
In Florida at the 49th annual Grace and Company, Davison Florida Agricultural Research Dr. James E. Lloyd, Departmentof Rhodesia, and Italy as well as
meeting of the Florida En. Chemical Division, Fort Pierce Institute, Gainesville will Biological Sciences Universityof the Canal Zone, Bermuda, California -
tomollglcal Society in Jackson will open the meeting. describe the entomological responsibilities Florida.W. Louisiana, Georgia, North
ville on September 2830. John W. Sanders director Atlanta of the pesticide in W. Dystra, research staff Carolina and Maryland. Members
Representatives from state district Federal Food and dustry. Dr. W. G. Eden, chair specialist, Division of Wildlife live In Iowa, Texas, Mississippi
and Federal agencies and the Drug Administration will make man, department of entomology Research, U. S. Fish and Wildlife North Dakota, Pennsylvania
University of Florida have been recommendations for the safe University of Florida, will out .Service Washington, D. C., will New York, Washington,
invited to present papers before use of pesticides. W. C. Rhoades line his department's responsi 'discuss monitoring pesticidesin D. C., Michigan, Nebraska,
the Society. The Society's memo North Florida Experiment Station bilities. fish and wildlife. John E. Pore Nicarauga, Virginia, Illinois Nevada
bership totals more than 350 will discuss the biology and The Society's second session ter, Public Health Service, U. S. and Ohio, too.
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for two Stows under the back
Men and
Strong seat in compact 12.1b. bundle."

Flimsy Cars Began Auto Campers Bed needed for total more relaxation.than an WE GIVE MET/ T S Quantity Reserved Rights

One writer advised: "Before going ***
Auto CampingPioneer I to bed be sure to lock the
manipulating devises on your TOP PRICES GOOD
motorists were a hardy automobile so that no one may Thurs., Fri., Sat.,
and ingenious breed. They bak appropriate the carriage while VALUE SUPER MARKET and Monday
ed potatoes in the engine exhaust you sleep. You might also placea Sept. 15, 16, 17
and slept with six-shoot six-shooter under your pillow. and 19
ers under their pillows. You will sleep Just as well, and STAMPS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Tel. 437-3201

In 1905, an automobile camper lit might come in handy."

strapped a big steamer trunk to Denver Offered PlumbingIn I "SUPPORT THE BULLDOGS THIS FRIDAY NIGHT"
th back of his flimsy open car, 1919, the city of Denver op '
fastened a large unbrella over ened a 160-acre auto camping,
the driver's seat, cranked 'er up, site with running water and FLORIDA GRADE "A" FRESH FRESH
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and took to the woods. Few good I I plumbing. Soon afterwards Los I

roads existed. I Angeles, new municipal camp. FRYERS LEAN
But the brave few of 60 years grounds offered gas stoves,shower ,
ago started a trend that has baths, and laundry tubs with 1
mushroomed into an all-Amer- hot water. Spartan outdoor life PORK STEAKS
ican pastime. In 1966, more than was waning.In .
41 million Americans will go 1920, more than a million Lb
camping on wheels, the National motorists went camping, and
Geographic Society says. 300 cities welcomed them tot I
Sale of "recreation vehicles"has municipal camp sites. Unwelcome
I
tripled in the past five were "Tin Can Tourists,"
years. These range from tents members of an association of
mounted on trailers to motorized free spirits who attempted to I' WhOi Lb. 55

homes complete with kitchen, travel without money. Their i t (2) Please
bath, bedroom, and even patio. symbol was in can tied to the
Four Cylinders. Six Potatoes radiator cap.Appropriately. I
The first auto campers never I Henry Ford FAMILY Lb. $189
dreamed of such luxury. At best, played a major role in popular. Pkgs. (Cut.up.:11 Bag
they towed a two.wheeled covered I izing motor camping. Between

trailer fitted with an ice'! 1916 and 1923, Ford Joined WE INVITE YOU TO COME IN AND COMPARE THE QUALITY OF OUR
box, stove, and table. A balloon Thomas Edison and Harvey Fire.
MEATS AND THE PRICESU.
silk tent was an added amenity. stone in a well-publicized seriesof
A few cars were equipped with camping trips.
ovens. This aptlonal extra consisted Their caravan of touring cars S. Choice Lean JuicyALLMEAT

of an asbestos lined tin I and supply trucks Joggled over CHUCK Lb. Lb.
box with the exhaust manifold the roads and trails threadingthe STEAK 590 STEW 6ge

passing through it. Potatoes Catskllls, Alleghenies, and
baked in the box while the driver Great Smokies. Each camper had
chugged along looking at the his own tent-lighted by Edison's
scenery. incandescent bulbs. Henry Ford U. S. Choice Lyke's (Sugar Creek) 12 oz.

Food hampers were an essen himself built the portable electric ROUND Lb. -pk".
tial accessory; the early motor plant.On STEAK 890 WIENERS 8ge
ists didn't stint themselves. "A one trip, the party stoppedfor
wicker basket the size of a small repairs in a small Pennsyl
steamer trunk will do," an expert vania town. The local mechanic
suggested.At I shook his head, and said the World' Best Smoked

bedtime, the McMillin Auto troublesome radiator and fancouldn.t Ground Lbs. Lb.
Bed converted "your car Into a be fixed. Henry Ford BEEF % 9ge .PICNICS 45e
Traveling Hotel. Though the foiled up his sleeves and repair.
contraption was slung under the' ed the car with the moral sup.
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roof, it was "not a hammock buta port of a large sidewalk audi
roomy, comfortable spring bed I ence. Capital (By Armour) Lean Juicy

Smoked' CUBE Lb.
'SAUSAGELb490Select STEAK 8ge

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CLASSIFIED"ADS

U. S. Choice
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BEEF Lb. I Family Lb.
LIVER 4ge STEAK 6geFolger'

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Ll.t/as. under this beading are 3 seats per weed each l..ertl*>.

LOST-Hound dog, part black NOTICE-I will not be associated -
and tan in Bunnell. Has collar I I with the Marlneland Fruit
All Grinds Pillsbury's (Plain S. R.)
( ) or
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with name plate K. L. Tucker. Shop, and will not be responsible
9.15.1tP.1 for any debts incurred by
anyone other than myself. Edward COFFEE FLOUR
FOR SALE-No Frost Refrigerator Schultz. Sept. 152tc.
Electric Range, Dinette Set, Lh. 5 Lb.
2 End Tables, Coffee Table. Can FOR SALE-Baby play pen, 48 Bag 48
be seen in trailer at airport. $4.50; baby feed and play table,
adjustable legs, foldaway, $6.50.
Phone 4373652. 915ltp. Jerry's Furniture and Appliance, Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

FOR SALE 43 ft. house trailer. 2 miles south of Korona. Phone
Outer buildings, lot 50x100, living 4373752. 9-15-ltc. Delmonte (Light Chunk) Armour Shortening ,
room, large bedroom, work
shop, best of water. Will sell FOR SALE-2 bedroom home,
cheap U taken soon. Phone garage, on waterfront, tile roof, TUNA VEGETOLE
4392196. R. Kellog. Please call central heat, 128 Palm Circle,
after 4 p. m. Sept. 82tp. Flagler Beach, terms, Cletus Cans $00 3 Lb. '
Strauser. Sept. 15, tfc. 41/x Tin 48
FOR RENT-Two bedroom furnished (

house on Central Ave., STATION ATTENDANT-Married Limit (4)) with food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Flagler Beach. Phone 4392310. experienced, $70.00 a week
91Stc. plus. Interstate Location. Apply
Leroy Esso, U. S. 1, N. E. Inter I Thrifty Frozen Foods
FOR SALE-2 bedroom, living state 95. 9152tp. BLEACH 1/2 Gal.
room, bath, kitchen home in the 290 Morton's
Hillcrest area, Flagler Beach. FOR SALE-1960 Rambler Amer. Lyke's (300 Can) Chili With APPLE-PEACH-CHERRY
Phone 4392137. 9-1-tf. ican, new radiator, good tires, cans For
no rust, standard shift, $250.00. BEANS 4 $1 PIES 3 9ge
SEPTIC TANK Cleaning drain
; Phone 4392186. Sept. 15-ltc.
fields installed; Rota-Roter snail Alaga (16 oz. Btl.) Master Chef
shell. Reasonable prices. Call FOR SALE 60x100 ft. lot and SYRUP Bottle 270 French FRIES 2 Pkgs. Zge
George Jarosz, 437.3410 8.1-tfJOHNSTON'S 6 room house in Midway Park.
Price very reasonable. Phone
437.3357 or contact Arch Gid- Top Value Stamps with theFollowing Fresh Produce

dens, South Anderson street, FREE' Purchases Red

Bunnell. Sept. 15, Itp Lb.
!! -Everfresh GRAPES 190
FLAGLEH BEACH REALTY CO. WANTED-Woman over 21, ;, Potato Chips( Twin Pkg. .
LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, some waitrees experience. Steady .-Two Fresh CrispLETTUCE
WATER FRONT, FARMS, Job. Call 437.3989 after 7:00 p. 50 Cut Up Fryers Head
25C
ACREAGE I m. Sept. 15-ltp. Lbs. or more .
See us for your real estate need IO-3 Cello
FOR SALE-Living room suite, Roast
Office Residence Phone Phones HE ID 7.3691 9.2242 I sofa bed, matching chair, 2 end I 50-$2.00 Worth Dental or BAG ONIONS 3 Lb. 390
,tables, 2 table lamps. Phone 437- Supplies BagThursday
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Next stop for these zone win Orange Bowl. Okra is assumed<< to have been

ners will be competitions in each Introduced to the U. S. by
I ifaq/er (/each l of the? 37 Ford Districts where French colonists of Louisiana In
AgriculturalSeminar
228 District champions will receive the early 1700's. Okra is some
trophies. All 228 district time scalled "gumbo."
HeldThe .
champions will attend an NFL --- --
GIRL SCOUTS I I (with their fathers) to
Senior Citizens II I game College of Agriculture,
I RESUME MEETINGSThe
I I compete for the area champin- University of Florida, recently Alexander

Schedule Movie Flagler Beach Girl Scouts ship. All area champions will held its first seminar for counselors
will resume their weekly meet- travel to diviscion events at two of public schools to acquaint Lumber CompanyFLAGLER
The regular meeting of the Ings on this Friday. The meetIngs NFL cities to compete for 12 division them with the scope of

Flagler Senior Citizens Club will will be held at the Community I championships.The agriculture and its career op BRANCH
be held Tuesday evening, Sept. Memorial Church soon finalists, six from the portunities.Dr. .
20, in Its clubroom in the Municipal after school is dismissed. NFL eastern division and six Marvin A. Brooker, dean of Summer Time

\\building, Flagler Beach. This Includes 3rd grade Brown. from the NFL western division, the College of Agriculture, pre

There will be a potluck supper ies, Juniors and Cadets, Mrs. will get to go (with both of their sided at the seminar and discussed Special
starting at 6 o'clock. Laura Reynolds said today. Mrs. 1 parents) on a "Tour of Cham the many vocational opportunities
Chairman Lynn Clary called Reynolds will be assisted by I pions" to Washington D. C. Fol it offers to day. For
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attention to the special meeting Mrs. Mary Gurnee and Mrs. Kay I lowing that, the 12 finalists and rest Myers, assistant Quantity Discount Paint
Friday evening, Sept. 23, to Kaufman. I their parents will travel to the Florida Agricultural director'l

which the public Is invited. The II I Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida, Service, spoke on the SALESaving.
club is sponsoring a showing of site of the annual NFL Play. agriculture. I
movies taken In Europe last Punt, Pass, Kick Off game at which they will Counselors from Alachua,

summer by one of the touring compete for national PP&K vy, Bradford, and Gilchrist Le'l up to 20 7o on
party of which George Wickline, Will StartFootball championships.The ties participated in the Exterior-Interior

County Commissioner, was a Punt, Pass & Kick com Vocational supervisors, guidance I Masonry-Wood Paint
member. WeekFlagler petition is sponsored nationallyby counselors, science teachers, vocational -
Refreshments will be served Ford Dealers and the National agriculture coordinators Let us assist you with our

following the film which beginsat through 13 can area start boys signing eight up Football League. Cosponsoring social science specialists, remodeling or home
7 o'clock. In Bunnell is the Bunnell
elementary guidance specialists,
today, September 15 for the i improvement service.
Motor Company. deans of students, county agents, '
sixth annual Punt, Pass and
FIRST BAPTIST Leslie Z. Pache, PP&K director, principals, and specialists in TO SAVE MONEY-
Kick with
competition, prizes I
CHURCH3rd and trophies for youthful foot. is looking for a winner to represent testing, psychological services, TRADE WITH JOHNNYFisherman's
and N. Central St. Flagler County in the attended. I
ball enthusiasts most skillful in I
Flagler Beach. Florida
Rev. Max Hall Pastor punting, passing and place I

9:45: a. m..Sunday School kicking. I I
IIt
Registration headquarters in ;
11:00: a. m..Morning Worship
7:30 p. m...........Evening Worship Bunnell is the Bunnell Motor Inn
Co., where entries will be accept.
Wednesday 7:30: p. m., Prayer
ed from September 15 through
Meeting. October 7. Entrants must be accompanied I FLAGLER BEACH AT BRIDGE

by a parent or
guar. i Your Favorite Beer and Snack Bar
dian; the competition is free to
; ;
boys eight through 13, and no I I
RENEW YOUR special equipment is needed. Nd Steamed Shrimp .87c

DRIVER'S LICENSE .L. body contact is Involved. I
DURIHGYOURBIRJHMONJH Upon registration, the future Open 7:30 a. m. Till ? Closed Tuesday

football stars will receive a free I II
Boats For Rent-Docking and Gas-Phone 439.9211I
booklet of PP&K competitiontips
written by Cleveland I

Browns' punter Gary Collins, I
3 GAL. FOR $5.00
Chicago Bears' star quarterbackRudy
QUALITY PAINT Bukish, and MinnesotaVikings'
Ormond Beach i
R. Yeoman
place-kicker Fred Cox.
Corner Hand Ave. A V. S. 1
677.8020 9 a. m. till 5:30 Included in the Illustrated j
booklet are exercises recom
(Come In and see It made) I
mended for better physical fit. TUG WOULD :. zI

ness. LOOK GRZAT
Bookkeeping and Each registrant 'also will receive II4ss

Income Tax Service an 'attractive PP&K pin.
Flagler boys will compete
R. T. ShockneyP.
O. Box 842 only against boys their same age
in punting, passing and place-
Florida
Ormond Beach
kicking skills.
Phone 677.4587
Points will be awarded for

--- each foot of distance the ball

travels on the fly. Points will be
substracted for each foot the
HASTINGS MATTRESS
ball lands to the left or right ofa z M v
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS center line.

710.12 Lemon St. First, second and third place
Palatka Florida winners of local competitions !

Phone EA 5.9166 will receive distinctive Medal of I
Furoltu-i. Upholstering Achievement awards on plush If f
Repaired & Refinished velvet ribbons. Top award hasa
Mattresses & Box Springs
blue motif, second place
Made to Order Also Renovated
award is red, third award white.A .
437.3233
Call Laura Morris '
total of 18 awards will be
After 6:00 P. M.
'
PRICES REASONABLE presented.
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. I Scores of the Flagler winners
Just as near as your will be compared with other
Phone or Post Office winners to determine the six
Us A Card Call
Prop or j I best scores in each of 360 Ford
Free Pick-up & Delivery
Zones, or 2,160 winners. 1
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Sept. 15, 1966 h THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE



v.r' sy C ilEa 0 C E c Lean Western (Center Cut)

scwINC.,

LOCALS Pork Chops




MRS. JACOB CHARLES I MR. BARBER HONORED lb. 73

HUME ON BIRTHDAY

" j ANNIVERSARY I
U. S. D. A. Choice
Enjoying a family reunion

I II I and the home birthday of Mr.dinner and Mrs.Sunday Claude at CHUCK ROAST lb. 53*

I Varn in St. Augustine were Mr. 1
A. and Mrs. J. D. Barber and Mrs.J. .
rt I H. McKnight Jr., of Bunnell. U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
I They were Joined there by Mr.
and Mrs. Carslile Byrd of Se

sIv ville latka.and Mrs. Ellie Shaw of Pa- STEAKS lb. 63'

Honored guest for the occa
sion was Mr. Barber who celebrated
Drummer Boy SMOKED (6-8 Ib. Avg. SLICED FREE
his 88th birthday anni

4L FLORIDA'S versary at that NEWEST time. PICNICS lb. 45<


COLLEGE HOLDSINDOCTRINATION

,
Sue Ellen Deen, daughter of Lean Western BOSTON BUTT Lyke's "SUGAR CREEK" SLAB
Mr and Mrs. Duane Deen of
Bunnell, is attending Florida's PORK ROAST SMOKED BACON

Mr and Mrs. Bert Harding of newest college, The Williams
Bunnell announce the marriageof College for Women in Ft. Lau. lb. 63e (Sliced Free) lb. 73e
their daughter, Joan Margaret, derdale. She is enrolled in the
to Mr. Jacob Charles Hume of business administration pro.

Crescent City, Florida on Sep gram. Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D
((2-21/2 lb.
Avg.) CUT TO ORDER
ember 2, 1966. John R. Deason Mrs. Mary Jones of Gaines.
performed the double ring cere ville, former resident of Bunnell
mony. and member of the Bunnell
Attending the couple were Mrs. High School Faculty, is vaca F3 lb. 31
Rae Lewis of Clewiston who was tioning at Flagler Beach this
matron of honor. Billy Pilcher of week. She is on South Central
Crescent City was best man. Avenue at the Sharp Cottage.Mr. .
Following the ceremony a few
close friends were guests at a and Mrs. J. L. Weaver and
reception given for the couple. Mr. and Mrs. Cary Martin and GOODLUCK, BULLDOGS! A WINNING '66 SEASON! I
Mrs. Hume is employed as son, Mark, oi{: Jacksonville, were
secretary in the State Road De here during the weekend to at
partment office in Bunnell. Mr. tend the James Rendall Jr. fun. Our Value No. 300 Can
Hume is a supply technician at eral service. Mrs. Weaver and
the Army Reserve Center in Pa- Mrs. Martin are Mrs. George STYLE CREAM CORN 6 For $100 MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE

latka. Kendall's sisters. I
The couple are residing at 711 Our Value No. 303 Can
LeHardy Avenue In Crescent I Joy Sisco of Jacksonville spent; SWEET For
City. Sunday here with the C. A. Rid I PEAS 6 $100 lb.
I dells and at the beach with theC. I 1 470
O. Magees. Mrs. Riddell is his Sunburst (Carton of Six 10 oz. Size) Tin
CAROL MAXWELLMr.
DONNA
mother. SOFTDRINKSNoEDa.cpho390 Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
and Mrs. Howard Maxwell I ( )
the of a daughter Mrs. Stella Layton has recently I
are parents
Wishbone (Buy 1 Get 1 FREE) 8
born Friday, September 9 at returned from a visit of three oz.
the Bunnell General Hospital.She weeks in Ohio. She was the Thousand DRESSING 39 DAIRY SPECIAL-
weighed six pounds 14 V guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Island ..,
Farmer at Mantura. While there Country Patties y lb.
She the name
ounces. was given
Milwaukee Plus
of Donna Carol. they visited in Canada and Old Deposit MARGARINE Each
The mother is the former Mary points of Pennsylvania. BEER ((6 Pak 7ge IOe
12 oz. Bottles) Ea.
Brown of Bunnell. The maternal Kraft
I Mrs. Nina Porter and son, Qt. Bottle
Mr. and Mrs.
grand parents are
Averley Brown of Bunnell. The Billy Newsome, of Gretna, La., ORANGE JUICE Ea. Zge
here this week visiting with
are Mr. are
paternal grand parents DIXIE CRYSTAL
and Mrs. Howard Maxwell Sr., friends and former classmates.Mrs. .
Porter is the former Nina
of Daytona Beach. FROZEN FOODSClark's -
Kruger of Bunnell. Accompany. SUGAR

Cartmill and infantson ing them here was Miss Frances Chopped
Mrs. Don Pkg. of Five 4 oz.
returned to their Poche also cf Gretna. SIRLOIN
recently Ea.
5 Bag 290
home in Plant City. They were STEAKS 8ge
and Mrs. Leonard Skier-
accompanied there by her moth. Sgt.
er, Mrs. A. B. Johnston, who ski and children left this week Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Dixie LandICECREAM / GaL
for Camp Lejune in South Carolina
there with
spent several days Ea.
where they will be station. 6ge
them.
ed. Sgt. Skierski has recently re FRESH PRODUCE _
Crews re turned from an overseas assign.
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert
from the ment with the Marines. Mrs. California RedGRAPES
turned home Tuesday
Flagler Hospital in St. Augus Skierski and children have been 2": ". 290
WESSON OIL
tine. She was recovering from residing with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Buck Durrance in Es-
severe burns, and Mr. Crews recently Georgia Red
underwent an emergency I panola. SWEET lb. 24 oz.
appendectomy wwwmmwmmm there. (Continued on page 8)Thanks POTATOES tOe Bottle 29'

Cello 1 lb. BagCARROTS

Each Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
A MillionI JOe



deeply appreciate the wonderful support

given me in Tuesday's Special Primary.I .
humbly accept the confidence you have

placed in me and I shall strive at all timesto

serve the People of Flagler County in a .

fair and impartial manner.
X111

AS YOUR

CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Phone 437-3227

GEORGE M. MOODY 8:00 OPEN a.m.-l:00 SUNDAYS p.m. U.s. No. 1 BUNNELL

rrrrrrrrwY. Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Sept. 15, 16, 17, 18 and 19, 1966Thursday



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SIX THE FLAGLER. TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Sept. 15, 1966

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Threshing- Crews kitchen." { States. The wondrous threshing Jimmy Green, Marianna, third. Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune I

A Kansas farmwife recalledthe machine has become
a museum
David has plenty of experience I $150 A Year In Advance
days early in the century piece.
Gone But Their driving a tractor on his father'sfarm
"when we had 25 to 35 threshersand I efl,:. .eamPETERSON
In Hamilton County. Ills

loaded tables for three or State 4-H WinnerTo parents have encouraged him to TEXACO
Memory LingersA four weeks. There
were special
participate In the 4-H tractor SERVICE

iron and granite kettles and big StateIn program and have given him 1'1 I

famished farmer in the pans we used Just for the threshing Represent definite responsibilities for farm I I ROAD SERVICE

Midwest will often say he's "as cooking. Getting ready for I equipment maintenance at ., Light Mechanic Work

hungry as a threshing crew." A and clearing up after three Tractor ContestDavid I I I'I I Phone 437-3441 BunnellIV
home.
........
noisy old flivver "sounds like a meals a day took every minute f A
Howell, 17, of Jennings, He has
seven
completed
threshing machine." from early morning until bed 'I years TUB 'IIUTIT COURT 8EVtrn -
winner of the State 4-H TractorOperators' of 4-H tractor projects. His club JIUICIAL, (CIRCUIT iv
Threshing crews and machines time." Contest i j AND FOIl .'LA(.l.1n COUNT,
will represent leader and coach is Isaac Chandler
FLOIUUA. IN CHANCERY HO.
of the
are largely' things Crewmen crawled into bed at
Florida in the Eastern U. S. Jr. assistant county agent.INVITATION I LEL11
past, but these expressions linger dark "threshed out." Even black Tractor II WRIGHT,
Operator's Contest, Sep I I Plaintiff.
reminder of the time smiths who volunteered to pitch
on as a tember 25.27 -- I
at the State Fair WRIGHT
when threshing was the high wheat sheaves ended the day. of Richmond Virginia.He TO HID EDDIE Defendant
!
point of the harvest season, the with their calloused hands blistered Sealed proposals for the construction NOTICE TO A 1.1''' An
will receive of new Flagler County Material -
an expense- a J THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO
:
National Geographic Society again from pitchforks. Center Bunnell School, Bun EDDiE WRIGHT
paid trip to this event and other
nell Florida for the Flakier County 73 Fifth Street

says. Winter of FlailingHistory's awards provided by the American Board of Public Instruction Elizabeth, New Jersey
After the wheat was cut and first threshing crews Flagler Count, Florida. You are hereby notified that a
Oil Foundation, donor of Bide a received at the suit for divorce has been tiled

stacked in fields, "thrashers, wielded flails, devices almost as tractor program awards In 40 County Superintendent's Office on against you in the above entitled
September 27 1966, at 9:00: A.M.
I cause! and
as the word was pronounced, itself. Later I at which time bids will you are hereby requiredto
old as agriculture states, W. W. Brown, state 4-H publicly serve upon Plaintiffs Attorney

separated the grain from the oxen trod out wheat on a threshing I I Club leader, said. David will II be received opened after and the above l read.specified Bids hereon whose name your and written address defense.appear If

straw and the wheat from the floor. Until well into the tour historical Jamestown, Wil- I time will be returned unopened. any, to the Bill of Complaint in
and specifications will
i Drawings
chaff. It was hard work. 19th century, many American I liamsburg, and an oil refinery at be available for Inspection at theSupl'rlntendf'nt of said October suit on 1966 or before, else the decree 8th day pro

Great Puffing Tractor of Public Instruc- confesBo! will be entered
farmers spent the winter months Yorktown. tion office. Court House building, )'ou. against

The day began as a great flailing and winnowing wheat. Other winners in the Bunnell }Florida Dodge Plan room WITNESS my hand and seal of
In Jacksonville Florida, the Dodge !
steam tractor, belching black By 1825, horse-powered ma which drew nine contest'j i Plan Room In Orlando, Florida, and said Court, 1966 this 2nd day of September -

smoke into the prairie sky, puffed threshed j at the Builders Exchange, Daytona GEORGE M. MOODY
chines successfully testants from
the state
across
Beach, Florida, also at the officeof (Official Seal Julia
) R.
and rumbled into the farmyard the Architect Craig J. Gehlert, Harvey
wheat. With steam power,, were Mike Godwin, Escambia Deputy Clerk
523 North Halifax Avenue,
Daytona -
W. 1... WADSWORTH
Men and women came threshing machines came into Beach, Florida
who
county, placed second, and Post Office Box 896
from neighboring farms to helpin their own. A 10-horse-power rig Drawings and Specifications forbidding Bunnell, Florida
will be available from the
the fields and kitchen, for fed by a crew of nine could Architect Craig J. Oehlf>rt. 523 Sept Attorney 8-15.22-29-4tc'for Plaintiff
North Halifax Avenue, Daytona
threshing was often a community thresh 300 bushels a day. Beach Florida, only, on the fol- iv TUB CIRCUIT (COURT EVKTH -
affair. distrusted lowing basisComplete : JUDICIAL
Some farmers CIHCLIT. IV
sets of Drawings and
Whythe AM FOIl FLAC.LEH COUNT,
Broad leather belts ran from threshers. They contended that Specifications; will be made available FLORIDA. EQUITY NO. 5347

engine to thresher. The belts upon receipt of a $25.00 deposit Mleczyslaw Marlon Koczwan kl.
blowers expelled good grain
(limit two), refundable upon
slapped and wobbled ominouslyas along with straw and chaff. In Monitor return of the drawings and specifications Plaintiff
In good condition. Additional Maria Elizabeth
the engine picked up speed. 1884, James Buchanan demon. sets will be made available Koczwanskl.Defendant!

Sweating dust-streaked men at a purchase price of S25.00 (not NOTICE TO APPEAR
strated his improved thresher at recommends refundable). Individual sheets of ANn AN1WEK

pitched sheaves into wagons, Indiana State Fair. To prove Drawings will be made availableat IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
a purchase price of $50 each
OF FLORIDA
fed wheat into the spiked that suction would not draw out read (not refundable) and individual TO: Marla Elizabeth Koczwanskl

throat of the clattering thresh. grain, he laid ten-dollar bills you :3B: v of la specifications at a purchase will priceof be Chicago 10959 South, Illinois Troy

er, packed the rain of straw and where the grain was nearest the $.05 each (not refundable).

chaff into neat pyramids, and blower-and didn't lose one. your localnewspaper tion Reference I, page Is A-2 hereby item made No.to 7 Sec-forBid Post MAILING Otflce Box ADDRESS 249

sacks to Form which must be fully executed -
carried plump grain Oaklawn Illinois.
After 1900, clanking, backfiring and to page A-lot the ,

storage bins. gasoline engines began to re- above section Items 1, 2 & 3, pef- You are hereby notified that a
talnlng to Bid Form, Bid Bond and
At the stroke of noon, the dinner place steam ,threshers. At the Performance Bonds. suit In the has Circuit been brought Court against of Flagler you

bell rang. Threshing crews same time, a machine destinedto Your local newspaper !is a wide.range The Flagler County Board of County ilalOrk1-rlo Equity, by
Public Instruction! reserves the Koczwanski,
were prodigious eaters, and it make the thresher obsoletethe newspaper with many features. Its right to reject any or all Bids, andalso and you are hereby required to file

was a point of pride for cooksto combine emphasis is on local news. It also to waive any 1 Irregularities I In personally or by attorney with the
becoming
-was
pop reports the major national and inter the Bidding. Clerk of said Court, your written
have the year's biggest feaston ular. This lumbering machinecuts national news. All be completely defenses If any, to the Complaint
the table time. ..euied andsplainly marked on the In said suit on or before the 30th
exactly on
threshes, and sacks grainin THE MONITOR COMPLEMENTS YOUR front of the envelope: day of September, A. D. 1966 and

When the heaping bowls and one continuous operation.The LOCAL PAPER To: Mr Coy G Harris, Super ten also to serve a copy Messrs.of your writ

platters were empty, there was combine was perfected in We specialize in analyzing and interpreting intendent.Flakier County Board of i and r.BtUKra Street, Osslnsky Daytona
the important national and Beach. Florida on or before the
always "plenty more in the Public Instruction Flagler
California. An observer described I 30th
day of
I International, news. Our intention is County Court House September, A D 1966.
it as a "fearful combination to bring the Bunnell, Florida.In as required by the Florida Equity
l news into sharper focus. addition the front of the envelope Rules of Civil Procedure and here-
r< "., i of header, thresher, and The Monitor has a world-wide staff of shall be plainly marked in fall not or Decree Pro Confesso
correspondents-some of them rank Sealed Bid for the Flagler County and Final Decree wl.l: be entered
O. F. ALTORD
: sacking wagon moving in a pro the Material Center Bunnell School, against you by default.
world's finest.
among And theMonitor's
That the name of the Court in
cession side side the Bunnell Florida.
Registered I by through incisive editorials which said suit has
provocative (Signed) COY G. HARRIS been Instituted
I i doomed grain." ant followed just as closely Superintendent Flagler County Is the Circuit Court. Seventh Ju-
Real Estate Broker dicial Circuit of Florida, In and
Today, combines harvest mostof by the men on Capitol Hill as they Board Flagler of County Public, Florida Instruction, for Flagler County, Florida In

Bunnell. Florida I Ia. the wheat grown in the United are adult by on the Main intelligent Street. concerned Sept I-S.15-3tc cause Equity la and as hereinabove that the title set of forth.said

.... NOTICE OK !NALKTO You are further notified that the
-- ----- -. .- --- WHY YOU SHOULD TRY THE MONITORYou ALL PERSONS WHOMSOEVER: I I nature of said suit Is a suit for
F" probably know the Monitor's professional You are hereby notified that I (a) divorce, (b) permanent custody

BUDDY KNOX reputation as one of the have levied upon the Interest of of the in minor child (c) total interest -
world's finest Krantz: Motors. Inc. in and to the property located in Flag-
Try the ler
newspapers. property hereinafter described anda I County, Florida as described In
Monitor; see how it will take you sale will be held at the front door I that certain' Warranty Peed re
YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER above the average newspaper reader. of the Flag ler County Court House i corded In Deed Book 52, Page 13.

Bunnell Atlantic Service Stationu. Just fill out the coupon below. In between Bunnell the hours Florida of 11 commencing o'clock In I County of the Public Florida Records and said of property Flagler

------------ being fully described
the forenoon and 2 o'clock In the : llrnreftl In the
The Christian Science Monitor afternoon of the 3rd day of Oc- herein.
WITNESS
tober. A. D., 1966 of my hand and seal of
property
Highway 1 Day Phone 437-3652 One Norway Street levied upon by me and hereinafter office at Bunnell, Florida, this 23rd
nATJ) Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A. 02115 described under Writ of Execu- day of August' A. D. 1966.

Night Ph. 437-3944 Please start my Monitor subscription for tion In my hands! Issued pursuant as JULIA Clerk R HARVEY
to that certain Judgment entered of the Circuit Court
the period checked below. I enclose of Flagler County,
In the Small Claims Court. Flag- Florida
REPAIR, REBUILD GENERATORS, STARTERSAND (U.S. funds). ler County. Florida, on the 24th (CIDOUIT ad Interim
CARBURETORS Q 1 YEAR $24 0 6 months $12 day of March A. D. 1966 and recorded I OSSINSKY COURT AND KROL SEAL)
Q 3 months $6 In Official Records Book 18. Attorneys for
page 354. Public Records of Flagler Plaintiff
411 Main
24 Hour Wrecker Service Street
I
Heavy Duty Name County. Florida. Daytona
The property to be sold Is theproperty I Aug. 25 & Beach Sept. Florida
_situate In Flagler County I-S-15-He
Street____ ___ __ __ Florida to-wit: UNITED
Hunter wheel balancer serial 9TATK DISTRICT COURT
MIDDLE
City No. 691556E UIOTIUCT OK FLORIDA
U'KIIOVVII.LI'!
1-% ton Chain Hoist & Attachments UNITED : IJIVIMOV
STATES OF AMERICA,
Flagler County Insurance State ZIP Code_ Hawkins Press Serial No. Plaintiff
vs Court
PSI6., 1 1086 No. 66-102-Clvll J
----------- THOMAS: E. MAY and MARTHA
Acetylene welding and cut- W MAY, his wife: JOHNNIE
ting outfit
iv: CIRCUIT COURT 0..' TUB Bulldog electric welder model ELLEN ARTHUR NELSON and MARY
Agency Inc. snVKVTH JUDICIAL riRCllT 175 serial 62321Blackhawk NELSON his wife;
Defendants
IV: ANn FOIl FLA4H.EH COUNTY floor Jack
FLORIDA. In Chancery NO- 1-Wards bench vise Notice NOTICE OF SALE
TUB OF SUIT. thaneery No. 1-Cyl head surfacing machine Is hereby given that pur-
All Forms of Insurance S.I.11: Snap-on battery charge No. I suant to entered a Final Decree of Foreclosure -
GORDON OKUNERT. 630 on August 19. 1966
by the above
entitled Court In the
Plaintiff, Crankshaft grinding machine
105 North Bay Street -:- Phone 437.3171 (portable) No. 454OG above United styled States cause, the undersigned
KENNEDY Marshal
MARTHA or any of
GERNERT. 1-Wood office desk his
Bunnell Florida 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTY Defendant Prestollte battery duly authorized deputies will
sell the
property situate I In
Flag
niiDKii OK punnrATiov 1-A20H Mopar battery
her
IN THK NAME OK THE STATE 10-Junk batteries County, Florida, described I as
BONDS OF FLORIDA: Welding- dolly The Westerly 100 feet of Lots
TO: MARTHA KENNEDY GERN- Keystone camper 15 and 16 of Block 24 of Moody
ERT whose ; Subdivision according to plat re
residence is 28 1-Steam"; cleaner
Granite StreetPortsmouth. Radiator corded in Plat I Book 1 at Page 24

"-J .................N......................"..........."..............-............4"'" You are hereby. New required Hampshire to file Creepers Welding helmet core County of the public Florida records and more of particularly Flagler

with the Clerk of this described as follows: Begin-
Orowler
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT answer to the Bill of Complaint\ Timing light of ning Lot at the Southwesterly corner
IS and
filed herein against you in the 1-Alley volt-ammf'tl'r set 67* 27' running thence North
46
above entitled East, along the South-
before
cause on or 3-Chairs
the 1st day of October A. D. 1968 1-Ortlce dellkIPropane erly tance line of the said Lot 15 a dis
AMBULANCE and serve a copy thereof upon welding kit and box 22' of 100.0 feet; thence North
Oaslnaky & George, plantlffs attorney 1-T-293J Brg pully net 32' 14" West a distance of
PHONE 4 1625 100.0
feet
VAlley
to
the
herein whose address Is 1-Tool cabinet with assorted 16 North line of Lot
SERVICE (00 North Orleander Avenue. Daytona tools ; thence South 67* 27' 46" West.
ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA Beach Florida. "The Flagler Automatic transmission No. a distance of 100.0 feet to the
Tribune" Is hereby designated as 1674801J Northwesterly corner of Lot 16:
the newspaper In which this order 1-B-K battery tester thence South 22* 32' 14" East a
Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We shall be published once a week 4Rubbertoor mats of distance of 100.0 feet to the point
for 4 consecutive weeks HEREIN 1-3 H. P. air compressor No. beginning of this description
are always at your service with promptness safety and FAIL NOT OR A DECREE PRO 1592U Bearings are referred to the True
CONFESSO: WILL, BE ENTERED On the Interest of Krantx Motors I acresat Meridian. and parcel containing 0.23
experience. AOAINST YOU FOR SUCH FAIL- Inc. In and to said property public
URK will 1 be offered for sale ana sold. best outcry to the highest and
The nature of this suit Is a bill The sale or sales will be at pub- 1 hours bidder for cash between the
Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator for divorce. lic outcry to the highest and best 2:00 oclock of 11:00 o'clock a. m. and
WITNESS my hand and seal at p. m. on September 29,
kidder
"""" for cash and will continue 1966 at the
Bunnell Flagler County Florida, from day to day until said lee Front Door of the Flag
Garcia Funeral Home this 25th day of August A. D, 1966. erty Is sold or ;said Writ of prop.Execution Florida.County' DatedAugust Courthouse at Bunnell,
:
, GEORGE M. MOODY and Judgment are satis- 22. 1966.
As Clerk Circuit Court, JOHN U MAGUIRE. SR.
P. E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral Director fledDATED United State Marshal
Flagler County, Florida this 25th day of August, Middle
(Official Seal) A D 1966. District of Florida
LADY ASSISTANT By Julia R Harvey SignedP.: A. EDMONSON Assistant Bernard Nachman

....."........................:....J'.".".......................... Sept 1-8-15-2-410 Deputy Clerk. Sept. S-U-22-29-4tc Sheriff of Flagler County Attorney for United Plaintiff States Attorney
Aug. 25 &
Sept. 1-8-15, 1988PAGE



Thursday, Sept. 15, 1966 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
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House In The I it the most. I I with the Florida Agricultural,summer downpours something awnings, screens, hedges and
For example, why not have Experiment Stations, deep roof all Floridians are accustomed to. trees.
Right DirectionFacing your kitchen and breakfast nook overhangs help shade windows "In order to have a cooler Another possible answer Is to
flooded with sunshine duringthe in the summer. I home, place a minimum' numberof locate your garage or carport on
your house in the right morning rather than the He says the best roof overhangon windows on the east and west the west end of the house, or the
direction toward the sun pays family or living rooms which see south-facing walls depends walls," said Dr. Fluck. east end as a second choice.Dr. .
off in more enjoyment, lower more activity during other partsof on latitude and window height.I "Another alternative is to have Fluck also points out that
bills and possibly less mainte the day. I For Florida, the optimum good shading for these sides of rooms on the north part of a
nance. The easiest way to do this is I overhang for a glass door extending the house." house not only receive the least
This means, in most cases, to have the kitchen complex located I eight feet below it is I Roof overhangs are not much amount of sunshine during the
that a house set "broadside" to on the southeast side of II about 30.38 inches. "Over a win. good here, Fluck says, becausethe year, but also bear the brunt of
the sun with the long dimension your house. Then you'll have dow extending four feet below I morning and afternoon sun cold north winds during the
running east and west is best. sunlight during the morning the overhang, about 15.19 inches 1 will come in under the deepest winter.In .
So whether you're planningto throughout the year, but still be I is best," said Dr. Fluck. I' ing bills, because the sun is north and central Florida,
build a new home or buy an sheltered from the hot rays dur "Plenty of sunshine will still much lower In the sky in the this Is worth considering.
older one, it's a good idea to ing the afternoon and early eve come through these windows I winter," he said. Sometimes a choice buildingsite
have the house arranged and ning. I during the winter, reducing heat.1'I An added benefit too, is that or "spectacular" view will
designed to best capture the sun. According to Dr. Richard : these overhangs shelter windowsand overhangs. Effective shades for mean breaking one or all of
light when and where you want Fluck, an agricultural engineer I outside walls from frequent)east and west exposures include these tips.I .
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THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Sept. 15, 1966

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Bunnell Methodist September Tokay and Thopson lead the

Too Late va:letles available from Callfornlr -
I PlentifulsConsumers
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ChurchOliver s grape crop, which is expected -
will find several to be about 16 percent
( F. Taylor. Pastor) To Classify larger than average. Prices are
(Continued from page 1) foods plentiful for Septembermenu
THE REALITY OF GOD 1 I Russell Kor I planning, says the Florida I expected to be reasonable during
Mrs. Bernice Barber underwent Lets keep the rumor alive BY Agricultural Extension Service. I September.The .
at the Bunnell General "God Is alive" is what someone to have a I
surgery If you happen The'September plentiful foods is 5
I late potato percent
She Is reported recently. This person I crop
Hospital Monday. said to me daughter of marriageable age and .
stab list includes peanuts peanut larger than a year earlier
backhanded : j
as recovering satisfactorily. was making a and face the problem of becoming I turkeys A
of God theologians. I products, pears grapes and 8 percent above average.
at the "death the father of a bride, you I
and potatoes. heavier than normal supply
Mrs. Nazhla Trad returned ." However, this approach is will do well to read an article :
record high peanut crop from the early summer crop Is
to The -
last week from a visit in a sort of a negative response Bill Davidson in the August
home by
statement. I I means that there will be plentyof expected to be carried into Sep.
Jacksonville with her son and; to a negative 13 issue of the Saturday Evening sandwichesand tember.
man has. peanut butter for
history
Mr. and Mrs. Throughout
in law,
daughter
Plain
'Louis Trad Jr., and their young tried; to bolster his own positionby Post.Mr.. Davidson took time out to other delicious uses. ,
'daughter, Denise Marie. The affirming God is no longer research modern day costs of a peanuts and many other peanut
"Trads also have another daugh relevant to man, or there is no I wedding as it applies to the products will also be plentiful snacks. II ONE PINK-oNE BLUE
school
ter. God. An almost timeless procession father of the bride. He tells how for those after John Hamlet noted Naturalist

of men stand out through- modern day hucksters have organized September marketings for at Weeki Wachee, Florida, announced
Jim Camp of Gainesville spent otu) history affirming the reality I the business into a multibillion I keys are expected to be tur'l this week that twin

the past weekend In Flagler of God. !I I dollar racket. percent above last year's fawns have been born in the
Beach with his mother, Mrs. The Christion world needs no Let the newspaper announce and prices are expected to stay I huge natural deer compound

Mary Jones who is vacationingthere. apology for a belief in God, but Ii that so and so are engaged and moderate.The along the attaction's covered

simply needs" to proclaim itself the I is I II. if' you don't have your telephone estimated production of :I wagon train trail. The twins, one
Good News. Mankind removed and go into hiding you is 537,500 tons- boy and one girl, represent the
Mrs. Stella Layton had as her no cosmic accident, and must As II won't have a moment's peace the Bartlett largest pears on record. This bumper I''I second generation of deer born
guest over the weekend her I. be related to its Creator. until the day of the ceremony. means that a good supply ''at Week Wachee, since their
grand daughter, Miss Yvonne I Christians; we have a message I Ito ; Everybody wants to get In the crop of will be available 1: mother, Randy, was born on St.
In j jGod pears
I Bennett.Mr. proclaim which Is centered !'! act Their soul desire, of course, for both cannery and fresh mar. ,' Patrick's Day, 1964:
and revealed to us through Is i to helD you.. for a price, of ---- -- -
and Mrs. Louis Woods Jesus Chrict. Our understanding I course. Assuming you love your BUNNELL HIGH FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

were recent visitors in Bronson of God is through our faith, and I daughter and want to have the 1966

with their daughter, Mrs. Inez the those burden who deny of proof him.rests"The upon fool best for her take, there the entire ate experts problem September 16 ......................Crescent City ............Home*

Hudson and family. They also says in his heart, there is no who will hands. They will September 23 ......................Sopchoppy ..................Away
visited with their grandson, God." Psalm 53:1.Buttnell: off your of everything and all October 1 (Sat.)..................St. Joseph ................Away*

Dauglas Hunter, who is a guestat take will care have to do is pay the October 7 ..............................Baldwin ..._..............Away*
the Boys Ranch. you October 14 ............................D & B .......................Home*
bill.Or October 22 (Sat. 2 p. m..Florida Air Academy Away

RESOLUTIONWHEREAS JtiyUSchool if you like to do your own October 28 ..........................Father Lopez ............Home*

NeuL shopping and make your own directly November 4 .......................Oviedo .......................Away
: It has pleased the arrangements you can deal November 11 ...................._..Hastings ....................Home*
t, Great Architect of the Universeto Tenth Grade News with beauticians, apparel, November 18 .......................Callahan ..................Home*
take unto Himself our revered makers, tailors, photographers
and beloved Worshipful 51 students of the sophomoreclass I jewelers, hotels, clubs, caterers, ALL GAMES START AT 8:00 P. M. EXCEPT AS INDICATED
Thursday

Brother Ernest W. Johnston, elected officers on printers, engravers, mailing CONFERENCE GAMES INDICATED *
September 8. The officersare I and host of
and se rvlces, bakers, a
as follows: beavers who will
WHEREAS: The departed Wor other eager
shipful Brother Johnston wasa President, John McDaniel. contact you constantly by Outboard Motor Service
Maria Hugas.
President,
Past Master and member of Vice. phone, mall 'and personal calls.
Bunnell Lodge No. 200 for Secretary, Helen Kozlowski. Any club or hotel will be happy EvinrudeJohnny's
Townsend. Johnson
many years, Treasurer, Brenda to take care of the rehearsal
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED: Reporter, Carla Tucker. Into dinner, the reception after the
That Bunnell Lodge No. 200 The new student that came wedding and, of course, the
Methvin.
F&AM: be in mourning for a the class is Charles this cocktail party, and boy what the
period of thirty days on the The tenth grade sponsors cocktail party can do to you.
loss of our Worshipful Brother I year are Mr. James Craig and Davidson tells of one father Auto Body & Paint Shop

who passed to the Great Be Mrs. Leana Barasa. who upon receiving the liquor

yond, and Reporter: bill for a reception, where he 1 Lawn Mowers Repaired
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: Carla Tucker.In was charged by the bottle, got ;

That a copy of this Resolutlor out pencil and paper and check Welding
seven
be spread upon the minutes ol addition to presenting ed the liquid refreshments served -
this Communication, and t L shows a day of their present against the guest list. He Refrigerators Furniture
"Mermaid
copy be published in Th<<< underwater show, '( found that everyone at the reception Refinished Refinished
Flagler Tribune, and a cop, r Follies," the Weeki Wachee would have .had to have
be sent to the family of ou I Mermaids' are now rehearsingfor I' 20 drinks including 12 children I JOHNNY BOTTERBUSH

deceased Worshipful Brother. their all new, 1967 production ofOz who were under 10 years,of age, North Railroad Street Bunnell, Florida
Wizard
Submitted by: "The Watery I hut. who- is going to haggle witha I
T. Shelton Brooks ," which, under the direction. 1 club l member at time like that.
John A. Clegg of Gloria Hamilton, will premiere He paid the bill but is still wondering gMMMMSfflflttB
George E. Wickline on October 1, 1966. how all those people including
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to carry their liquor so well.
I Some consultants offer their

expert services for a ,nominal SERVING HOURSDining
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NOTICE fee and then knock down a fat
I commission from caterers for Room Open:

supplied. Twenty percent 7 a. m. to........................ 9 a. m.
everything from' the florist, 10 per cent 12 Noon to..................11:00 p. m.

from the orchestra leader, 10 percent Carry Out Window Open:
from the photographer, 20( 7 a. m. to........................11 p. m.
per cent from the hotel or country Dining room open Sat. and Sun., 7 a. m. to 11 p. m.

club and so on, all of which u.u..u.. .
Bunnell urgedto adds up to a tidy sum when papa
in are
All business men has to pay the bill.

There is no limit to how much

attend a meeting, Thursday, September15th you can spend and you can have BROWN & BROWN INC.
anything from icesculpture to a

the flock of live doves or love birds.
at 7:30 p. m. at According to the Department I INSURANCEOUR

of Commerce, weddings and
their accompanying activitiesare

COURT HOUSEThis costing Americans $7.2 billion PHONE NUMBER IS
annually for the record

number of 1.8 million weddingsthat 437-3394
will take place this year.
But read Bill Davidson's article .
meeting is called in relation to the | "Nothing Too Good For My

Daughter," in the Saturday Evening

of Road 1.95 and its effects on Post.
opening
CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.

business in Bunnell. At its present explosive rate,
earth's: population will double by H. CRAIG Funeral Director

the year 2000, the National Geographic JOHN CAPO. ManagerAIR
I says. By A. D. 2600 each
OXYGEN
earthling would have less thana LADY
yard of land; by 3600 the CONDITIONED I I EQUIPPED
ATTENDANT
weight of the earth's population CHAPEL AMBULANCES
would equal that of the earth

Please Attend itself. Phone ID 7-3532 FLORIDA

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