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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 22, 1966
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 54, NO. 38 BUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPT. 22, 1966 2.50 A YEAH
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Rev. Ira Holton Begins City Commission I ARTS AND CRAFTS i County Chamber

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Tent Revival Here Adopts BudgetFor CLASS FLAGLER SLATED BEACH AT | Of Commerce

Rev. Ira Holton, pastor of
the Tabernacle of God in Fiscal YearThe I The Arts and Crafts Class ; Needs Membership
to its fourth at
plans begin year
Jacksonville, began a se Bunnell City Commission. I The Flagler County Chamber
ries of tent revival meet Flagler Beach Oct. 3. Registration
ers adopted a $161,968 budget of Commerce
membership committee
ings here on Tuesday Monday night calling for a 6.2 I begins Monday at the Flag. reports the membershipdrive
ler Manor south S. R. AlA from .1
,
The tent is locatedon
night. mill tax levy for the new fiscal is progressing very favorI .
the city parking lot at year. This is 1.2 mills less than I1 until 4 p. m., or by phoning I I able with over 50 memberships

the corner of South Ander the levy on the present year Mrs. Willis White, 4392350. to date.

son and Court avenue. which ends September 30. The registration fee is $2 and I I The Committee reports mer

Rev Holton is a former Five mill levy is for the gen. anyone in Flagler County may chants and Individuals are being .
resident of Bunnell and a j participate in the class, which is
eral operating fund which is expected contacted as fast as possi
of the Bunnell I I lone of the adult education !
graduate to raise $109,502. The 1.2 ble. If you have not already
High School in 1939. He is i mill levy is for the interest and classes offered by Daytona I been contacted and wish to Join

the son of Mrs. Nora > sinking fund and retirement of Beach Junior College. There must I the Chamber you may do so by

Maude Holton.and the late bonds. The water fund is self be a minimum of 15 persons I I mailing a check to P. O. Box
Jack Holton who formerly registering before securing a
suppoting.The I II 325 or call Tony Kahlert Tom
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teacher for the class. The teach. .
resided here.; Faith to hold the meetings. Commissioners instructed I I Carmody, Bob Henderson, or Lee
if the minimum
I I er, registration(
Rev. Holton said he has wantedto I Mr. Holton said he was converted the attorney to draw up an Drazba and they will be glad to
is secured will be Mrs. Alfred
,
hold a revival here for some I on March 14, 1954 and re amendment to the charter to allow Henckeni I I pick up your membership

time. The meetings will be ceived evangelistic license in the city to participate in an There will be liquid embroidery i "Please Join nd*,as,the Chamber -
nightly beginning at 7:45. They March, 1957. advertising program. At presentthe I of Commerce of Flagler
leather
tooling, pine needle
will run Monday thru Saturdayeach The tent is a 40x60 tent and charter prevents such ad and aluminum I County needs you as much as
trays purses,
week and will last about will seat about two hundred vertising. The newly reactivated you need the Chamber of Com
tray engraving, knitting, smocking
Chamber of Commerec had ask. "
two weeks. He said he was by people. I and merce, Mr. Drazba said today.
i I ed the City to contribute $1,500.. many other creative Ballots will be mailed Friday,

00 for the advertising fund of works taught. September 23 to all
Sr. American I There will be a display of the paid mem
E. l. Friedman Legion the Chamber. I bers of the Chamber who will
work which will be taught at
the Flagler Manor at the time help guide the destiny of your
Held Here Host To Annual
Services BUNNELL CHAPTER of registration. Chamber of Commerce of Flagler

County, Mr. Drazba continued.
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS I
Monday Afternoon :. Boys State Winners ELECT OFFICERSThe I

Funeral services for Elmer L. i Flagler Post No. 115 of The Bunnell Bulldogs
I Bunnell Chapter of Future Preliminary
host to
American Legion was
602 East Minnesota
Friedman Sr.
I
Avenue Deland were held two Junior Class boys of Bun Homemakers of America, Open Season With
,
Yields
Monday afternoon at the First I' nell High School, who represent. elected officers for 1966.67 on Vegetable

Church of Bunnell. Rev. ed the Post at Boy's( State in Friday afternoon. Crescent TieThe
Baptist City
Off For
President Ann 1966-67
Elected were: ,
Lafayette Walker, dean of ministry I Tallahassee in June. They were
at Stetson University, of. Dan Cody and Arthur McDaniel. I Hugas; president elect, Peggy Bunnell Bulldogs battled According to the Acreage.I .
Mlsslnne; vice president of pro the Crescent City Rebels to a,I
.
ficiated. Interment was at Espanola j: Two students from the Bunnell gram of work, Rebecca Dur- 19.19 tie in the season opener Marketing Guide on Florida

Cemetetry.Mr. Junior High, one boy and one f ranee; vice president of recreation before a large home crowd last I Vegetables for 1966-67, just released
Friedman died Saturday by the Agricultural Ex
also honored at the vice
girl were I Sue Broadaway; presIdent Friday evening.
morning at the Ormond Beach meeting Monday evening. They of projects, Helen Kovlowski tension Service, cabbage production
Osteopathic Hospital after a Following an exchange of should equal 5,300,000
were Michael Barber and Ann ; vice president, public relations
short illness. He was a service Meekins who received the cit. ,, Linda Knight; vice president punts, Walton Cowart Intercepted crates this season on 17,400
station operator in Deland. He izenship awards at the school. degrees, Janise Seaoe. a Crescent City aerial and acres planted. This is a reduc

was born in Covlngton, Tenne- The event held Monday at 'the Secretary, Carla Tucker; treas. ran it 40 yards for a touchdown. tion of 10% in yield and an In.
to Bunnell from Cowart then converted to make I of 14 in
see and came Bunnell Civic Center is an an urer, Cindy Durrance; parlimen- crease % planted acre
Deland in 1948. After residing the score 70. over the preliminary 1965-
: nual affair sponsored by the tarlan, Nancy Hargett; historian, age
here 12 years he returned to De. I Post in recognition of the 'hon Marcia Johnston. The Rebels got their first tally 66 estimates. However, is is almost

land in 1960. or of certain students receivingthe The FHA will meet every midway of the second period directly in line with aver.
is survived by his wife, after covering a Bunnell fumbleon and
He yield
appointment to Boy's State other Tuesday afternoon of the age average acreage
Marie of Deland; 1 son, E. Louis and the two Junior High students month during activity period. the Bunnell 20 yard line. It figures during 196265.
Jr. Deland a sister, took the Rebs three plays to Statewide
Friedman ; who received the Citizenship Linda Knight, reporter good growing con
Mrs. P. A. Holliman of Covington Awards. make the touchdown. The place. ditions, improved varieties and

Tenn; a brother A. L. Fried. Parents of the honored guests ment kick was blocked by Jack close harvesting pushed yieldsto
MERCER CITED
man of Stanton, Tenn. several Knight and the scoring was ended 5,904,000 crates on 15,300
were present among
Active Pallbearers were Clare friends and members of the BY FARM LIFE for the first half. acres in 196566. Prices received

Biddle, Bion Matherly, John Moran American Legion Post. Gayle Mercer, Hastings, was Early In the third quarter equalled $1.82 per crate.

Blon Fergerson, Don Brad. Cora Buckles, adjutant of the named the top producer in the Walton Cowart again struck pay. Potato acreage and productionwill

shaw, and Ernest Taylor. Honorary Post introduced the guests pres. Northeast Florida district for the dirt as he rolled out around his be slightly off from pre.

bearers were Hal Clerk, ent and Walter Morris, chairmanof Southern Farm Bureau Life In. own right end and rompted 20 vious years. Anticipated production

Jim Connell, Bion Yaxley, Gary the Boy's State and CItizenship surance Company at special cere yards into the end zone. The ex. of 4,500,000 bages is 5%

Measows, and J. J. Wilson. Awards Committee, made monies, Tuesday In Gainesville.The tra point try was blocked and lower than last season while

Funeral arrangements were the presentations.A Hastings agent was one the Bulldogs led 136. 27,700 acres planted is a 14%

under the direction of Craig Fun. chicken was enjoyedby of 18 men throughout Florida to Crescent City took the ensuing decrease over 1965-66 based on

eral Home of Bunnell. all present.supper be honored at the Company'sFirst kickoff and needed only three preliminary reports. The decrease

Annual Sales Jamboree plays to score. A pass for the ex over the 1962-65 averageIs

BUNNELL P-T-A held September 1314. tra point was good and at the very small. Prices receivedlast

HOLDING A DRIVE A highlight of 'the two day Ii end of the third quarter It was year averaged $3.16 per

MEMBERSHIPSMrs. I 29th SEASON FOR confab was a clinic given by I 13all. hundred, while the previous

FOR Charles Gaines, Director of the Twice in the fourth frame the three year average was $3.45.
CIVIC MUSIC. INC. I
Betty Steflik membership Insurance Marketing Institute at Bulldogs were inside the Rebel Consideration of national po-

chairman of the Bunnell I Civic Music will begin its 29th Louisiana State University. 15 yard line but each time lost I tatoe stocks along with the

Parent Teacher Association said season in Daytona Beach whenit the ball on fumbles. Crescent above should be given close at.

today they are holding a mem presents "The Music of Rich FLAGLER COMMUNITY City fumbled on them back but tention prior to planting.

bership drive. The purpose of the ard Rodgers" on Thursday, November NURSING COUNCIL kept the other and Goodwin's 70 Florida's farm sales totaled

drive is not only to increase the 10th. Other concerts PLANS WORK DAY 1 yard run gave the Rebs a 19-13 $979,494,000 in 1965. It stacks up

membership but also to create. scheduled are: Whittemore and The Flagler Community Nurs I lead. The try for the extra point this way: Cltrus-32.9%; livestock .
interest and a spirit of fellowship duo pianists, January 18;
Lowe, ing Countil is planning a work failed. 24.3%; vegetables -
in the school system be. The National Ballet, February day at the Loan Closet on Sep. On the second play after the 23.3%; sugar cane 'and tobacco

tween the parents and school of. 1; The Norman Luhoff Choir, tember 30, Becky Clegg said to kickoff, Cowart passed to Henry 7.7%; other crops-11.9%.
ficials. February 16; The Goldovsky Bowers who fumbled when hit Total livestock products were

Membership application slips Opera Company in "Rigoletto", day.They are asking for old from behind, however an alert up 20% and vegetables 5%.

are being sent to the parents by. March 13. All concerts will be sheets to be used in making Wade Thornton grabbed the By commodities, cabbage contributes .

the pupils this week. All parents given in Peabody Auditorium, bandages. Anyone having them fumble on the run and scamper. .7% of the total, down

are asked to return them Daytona. may call Mrs. Louise Church at ed 30 yards into the end zone from 1.0% in 1963; potatoes

along with the fifty cent memo Tickets are sold by subscription 437.3417 or Mrs. Becky Clegg at to tie the score. The extra point 2.6%, up from 1.8% In 1963;

bership.Mrs. only; no tickets are sold for 437.3648 and arrangements will attempt failed and the game beef cattle and calves 8.2'10,

Stefllk said they are giving single concerts. be made to pick them up. ended 1919. down from 8.4% In 1963; forestry .

a cash prize in the High Council members are asked to Coaches Howard Reynolds and .7%, down from .8% In
School division and also in the Local residents may purchase
Elementary grades for the room tickets from R. L. McNab, 712 Join in the work day at the Loan Roy Bayless cited Jim Akins, 1963.
street. Jack Knight, Dan Cody and
Beach. Closet on South Bay
who secures the greatest percentage South AlA, Flagler Walton Cowart for their out This Friday the Bulldogs taketo
of memberships for the The box office at Peabody the road travel to Sop-
Auditorium will be from One of life's peculiarities is standing performances. Henry as they
rooms. open also credited with choppy, a class C powerhouse in
busiest Bowers was
that when are a
will be given October 3 to November 10, Mondays you
cards I
Membership of the
from 10 friend drops in to talk about his the recovery of three Crescent i the northwestern part
Fridays,
through
out at the September 21 meet. City fumbles. state.P .
stomach-aches. I
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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Sept. 22, 1966



I PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED ON NOVEMBER 8, 1966 I 1


Appointment and (4) In the event a Judge Is removed
SECTION- .
resolution be submitted to the elec- purposes from office, his judicialservice I
) certain
HEREAS, theeRbeglelature of tors of Florida for ratification or d. Such other provision as mightbe election of justices and shall not provide Immunity

1965, under the Constitution of 1885 rejection at the general election to required by law. judges.(1) .- from disciplinary proceedings for
The provisions of such chaster eligible
of the State of Florida, did pans to be held In November 1966: (5) No person shall be professional misconduct performed
Joint Resolutions proponing amendments SECTION 1. Electors Every per- and ordinances enacted pursuant for the office of Justice of the supreme during his term of office or prior
to the Constitution of the son of the age of twenty-one (21) thereto shall not conflict court or Judge of a districtcourt thereto.
were years and upward that shall, at with any provision of this constitution of appeal unless he Is a citizen -
State of Florida, and they
to by a vote of three-fifths the time of reglstraton, be a citizen nor with general, special or of this state, and unless he Is. NO. 9
agreed of the member elected to each of the United States, and that local laws now or hereafter apply- and for a period of ten (10) years SENATE JO RESOLUTION!
house. The votes of said Joint Kes- shall have resided and had his habitation ing to Hlllsborough county. has been, a member of the Floridabar NOT
entered their domicile, home and placeof (6) The government establishedhereunder ; and no person shall be eligible
olutlons were upon
ab recognized as a circuit A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing
permanent abode In Florida for for the office of Judge of a
respective Journals, with the yeas one (1) county, that la one of the legal court unless he Is a citizen of this an amendment to Section 9C ?t
and nays thereon, and they said did six (6) monthenehalltntY suchtcounr political subdivisions of the state state and unless he ia, and for a Article V of the Florida Constitution !-
determine and direct that the with the rights, privileges, has beena to for separate
Joint Resolutions be submitted- to be deemed a qualified elector at powers period of five (5) years provide
all elections under this conetftutlon. duties and obligations of a county, member of the Florida bar. The offices of t e Attorney of
electors of the State of Florida -
the and may also exercise all the shall be citizens the Thirteenth (13th) Judicial
General Election No- Provided however, the legislature powers judges! of other courts
at the on
may provide for voting In of a municipality. Said govern of this state and residents of Circuit and Prosecuting Attorneyor "
vember 8, 1966. national elections for president and ment shall have the right to sue the county served. Any senator County Solicitor of the Crimi-
NOW THEREFORE, I TOM vice-president of the United States and be sued. or the house of representatives nal Court of Record of Hills-
ADAMS, Secretary of State of the by persons who have become residents (7) Any government established or6e s qualified shall borough County; providing forappointment
State of Florida, do hereby give of the State of Florida but hereunder shall be entitled to receive be eligible for appointment or election of assistants and
notice that aGENERAL who have not yet fulfilled the residency from the State of Florida or to any Judicial office, notn- prescribing duties and powers;
ELECTIONwill requirements of electors. from the United States or from any withstanding that it may have providing for apportionment of

be held In each County In other agency, public private, been created or Its emoluments increased appropriated funds by CountyCommissioners
Florida on the first Tuesday after NO. 4 funds and revenues tgrw a during the time for whichhe ; providing that

the first Monday in November, SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. county is, or may hereafter be entitled was elected. informations now pending shall
which date la November 8, 1966. 433 and also all funds and revenues SECTIONDiscipline, retire- not be invalidated; providing an

for the ratification or rejection of A JOINT RESOLUTION proposingan to which an incorporated ment and removal of Justices and effective date.
the said Joint Resolutions propos amendment of Article XVI municipality is or may hereafterbe certain judges.(1) .- BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature -
ing amendments to the Constitution section 12, of the constitution ofthe entitled, and to receive the same Except as It provides for of the State; of Florida:
of the State of Florida, viz: state of Florida; providingfor without diminution or loss by rea- mandatory retirement, this section Section 1. That the amendmentto
the seal; providing for the son of any such government as shall apply to Justice of the Section SC of Article V of the
NO. 1 state flag providing for submission may be established. Nothing herein court every Judge of the Florida Constitution as set forth
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. to the electors. l contained shall preclude suchgovernment district supreme courts of appeal and circuit below Is agreed to and shall be
115 Whereas, the description of the as may be established courts. It shall be the sole submitted to the electors of Flor-
state was hereunder from receiving all funds ida for ratification or rejection at
RESOLUTION proposing of automatically -
A JOINT :rtulron method disciplining
Article XVII. placed in ttfere : in 1900, and revenues from whatever sourcenow Involuntarily retiring or removing the general election to be held in
an e or
section 2 dr:1nho;: : of andWhereas received provided or hereinafter received such justices or judges, November, 1966:

Florida; providing that revision since that time the by law. provided that all such justices or ARTICLE V
The board
(8) of
of the constitution as adopted by sizes and proportions used in the sioners of Htllsborough county county Judges shall be liable to impeach- Section 9C. Hillsborough County
convention shall be submitted to flags of the United States and the shall be abolished when the functions ment for any misdemeanor in office. offices of the State Attorney and
the electors at the next general several sovereign states have been duties and responsibilities All justices and Judges shall auto- County Solicitor.-On and after the
powers
election.BE modified, andWhereas 1 of said board shall be matically retire at age seventy (70) first Tuesday after the first Monday -
IT RESOLVED by the Legislature It is desirable that the transferred In the manner to be except those who held any judicialoffice In January, 1969, there shall
of the State of Florida: flag of the great and sovereign provided by the charter to the on July 1, 1957; provided, be a Prosecuting Attorney of the
That article XVII, section 2 of state of Florida maintain its place government established however, that such mandatory retirement Criminal Court of Record of Hills-
the Florida constitution be amended with the flags of the other states, this section. No other office pursuantto shall not prohibit a Jus- borough County to be known as
as set forth below and that said this nation and the world without vided for by this constitution shall pro- tice or judge from serving the entire County Solicitor who shall be a

resolution be submitted to the elec- being disproportionate in size, be abolllshed by or to this term to which he was appointed separate official elected for a term
tors of Florida for ratification or Now Therefore section. pursuant or elected If he attains his of four (4) years by the qualifiedelectors

rejection at the general election to BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature (9) This section shall not restrictor 70th birthday after serving at least of the County aa other
be held in November, 1966. of the State of Florida: limit the legislature I in the enactment one-half of such term. state and county officials are elect-
Section 2-If at any time the legislature That article XVI, section 12, of of general special or local (2) There shall be a judicial ed and whose compensation shall
by a vote of two thirds ofall the constitution of the state of laws as otherwise provided ins qualifications commission composed be fixed hr. law. Said County Solicitor
members of both houses shall Florida be amended as follows, 1 this constitution. of 1 perform the functionsand

determine that a revision of this hereby agreed to and I rl\h\ submitteto ) Should thla resolution be reeked (a) Two (2) judges of the district duties of a County Solicitor In
constitution is necessary, such determination the Criminal Court of Record of
the electors state "' by the electors of Hills- courts of appeal appointed by
shall be entered upon for ratification or rejection at the borough county then thla resolution the judges of those courts two (2) Hlllsborough County, Florida, aa
their respective journals, with the general election of Statebof FlorIda' : shall be null and void. circuit court judges appointed by prescribed by law In all noncapital -
yeas and nays t Notice of Section 12. Seal of the judges of those courts. felony cases and other lesser
laid action shall be published weekly ; state ( The present seal (b) Two (2) the offenses in said Court's jurlldlctI -
In one newspaper In every county of the state shall;;: remain the seal HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION Florida bar, who hea'rlb1veOfprticI'd : t .

in which a newspaper is published of the state of Florida. The state NO. 175 law in this state for at least After said time there shall also

for three (3) months pre- flag shall conform with standard A JOINT RESOLUTION eight (8) years, appointed by the be a State Attorney of the Thirteenth
ceding the next general electionof commercial sizes and be of the following the proposing board of governors of the Florida (13th) Judicial Circuit in
addition
representatives, and In those proportions and description: section of subsection (4) to bar; andc and for Hlllsborough County who
7
counties where no newspaper is The seal of the state, of diameter of Article V of the state shall be official electedby
published, notice shall be given one-half the hoist, in the center of constitution, to authorize the leg- ( ) Three (3) citizens, each of the qualified electors of that
by posting at the several pollingprecincts a white I ground. Iced bars In width islature to require county judges whom shall have been a resident circuit In the same manner as other -
t In x to be members of the Florida bar of this state for at least (5) years,
one-fifth the hoist extending from slate and county officials to
(6) weeks ne cprecteding real d each corner toward the center, to In counties by special acts lubje't neither of whom shall be a Justice: serve a term of four (4) years who
election. The electors at said elec- to referendum. or judge of any court, active or
the outer rim of the seal. shall fulfill the duties prescribed
tlon may vote for or against the BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature retired, nor a member of the Flor law
by including but not limitedto
revision Ir. question. If a majorityof NO. 5 of the State of Florida: ida bar, appointed by the governor. prosecution of all capital fel
the electors so voting be in COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR That the amendment to section 7 When a member appointed under ony cases.
favor of revision, the legislature HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION of Article V of the state constitution paragraph (a) ceases to be a judgeof The legislature may provide for
by adding subsection set the court from which he
chosen at such election shall pro- NO. 1987 (4) was Assistant State Attorneys and Spe-
vide by law for a convention to forth below la agreed to and shall appointed or a member appointed
revise the constitution and shall A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing be submitted to the electors of the under paragraph (b) ceases tb e cial Investigators for the State At-
and for
torney Assistant
amendment to article VIII of County
an state for ratification
a
or rejectionat Florida bar
provide for the conduct and rulesof or a
such convention. The conven- the constitution providing for theconsolidation the next general election to be member appointed under paragraphc Solicitors and Special Investigators
of municipal and held in November 1966 ( ) becomes for the County Solicitor of Hills-
tion shall be held within six (6) : a justice or judge of
months after passage of the law, county governments In Hlllsborough Section 7. County judges' courts. any court or a member of the Florida borough County, Florida and all
county by adding section 24 (4) l'iescribed bar, his Asslsstant State Attorneys and Assistant
providing for the convention. Delegates : qualifications au- membership on the
thereto: thorized. The legislature commission shall terminate County Solicitors and Investigators -
to the convention shall may require and a
equal in number and be appor- BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature by special I act, s successor shall be appointed for shall be appointed by
of the State bwef htnotp the State Attorney and the
of
tioned among the various counties Florida: proval by referendum e the remainder of his term. No mem County
as the membership of the house of That the following amendment to county, that the county u of bet of the commission appointedunder Solicitor respectively and sworn la
representatives Is apportioned. The article VIII of the constitution of any county be a member 1et e (b) or (c) shall by the court and such Assistant
convention upon adoption of a revised the state of Florida ia hereby Florida bar; provided such law be paragraphs himself. Except State Attorneys and County Solicitors -
constitution shall certify a agreed to and shall be submitted to shall not affect the term of officeor aa provided herein, no mem shall work under the direction -
copy of It to the governor. Five the electors of the state of Florida the re-election of any county her of the commission shall hold of Bald State Attorney and
(5) printed copies of the revised for ratification or rejection at the judge holding office on the date of a public office member shall County Solicitor and shall have full
constitution shall be transmittedby next general election. Its enactment who Is not a mem hold office In aalrt c party. The authority to do and perform any
the secretary of state to the Article VIII la hereby amended ber of the Florida bar. compensation and terms of office of the official duties and acts that
: of the circuit court of each by adding section 24 to read as of members of the commissionshall the State Attorney and County Solicitor -

county, and five (5) to the county follows: NO. 7 be fixed by law, provided that may do and perform.
judge of each county. These copies Section 24. (1) The electors of SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION not more than one third (1/3) of Pending Information filed In the
shall be distributed throughout the Hlllsboiough county are hereby NO. 662 the terms of the members Criminal Court of Record of Iillla1 -

various counties and shall be granted the power to which char A JOINT RESOLUTION proposingan terminate In any two (2) year pert borough County shall not be Invalidated -
available for examination by any ter for a government shallexercise amendment to Section 7 of od. No recommendation of the by this amendment or
person desiring to examine same and and all powers for Article V of the State Constitution commission to the supreme court affected In any way hereby: and
for a period of at least three (3) county municipal purposes providing that the legisla shall be valid unless concurred 1 In the County Solicitor may file
which thla constitution or the leg by two thirds amended informations In any such
months Immediately preceding the ture provide the number of coun (2/3) of Its members.
next general election. At this elec- islature, by general, special or local ty judges In each county and the The commission shall elect one (1) casesf/ and when necessary."
tion the revised constitution shall law, has conferred upon Hills- monetary jurisdiction in cases at of Its members to serve as chair The County Commissioners shall,
be submitted to the electors of the borough county or any municipality law In county judge's court; de- man. upon this amendment becoming ef
therein. Such
for approval rejection. If government shallexercise the (3) Any fective, apportion the funds appropriated
state, or these .. leting requirement that court justice or Judge to whom
a majority of the electors voting of powers by the enactment ty Judges Issue all licenses. this section applies may be disci for the operation of the
upon the revision of the constitu- to ordinances which relate BE IT RESOLVED by t Isla planed by private reprimand or removed State Attorney's Office between the
government of State
tion shall the revised Hlllsborough of Florida from Attorney's Office and the
approve same, and tore the State; of : office for willful or
constitution shall take effect county provide suitable penalties That the amendment set forth persistent failure to perform ht County Solicitor's Offlce on the bas
for the
Immediately such violation thereof. below duties sis of the case load, personnel assigned -
upon approval Such to Section 7 of Article V of or habitual intemperance or
by the electors. government shall have no the State Constitution is agreed to conduct unbecoming a member of in the State Attorney's Of-
power to create or abolish lice to handle
any the duties of the
and shall be submitted to the elec the judiciary or he may be Invol-
municipality
,
NO. 2 except as otherwise newly created County Solicitor, and
tors of the state for ratification or utarlly retired for disability seri
provided herein.
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. the coat of operations of said two
rejection at the next general elec ously interfering with the
The method per
221 wJUh the electors of and Hlllsborough manner by tion to be held in November, 1966: formance of his duties which is, of(2) offices. Thereafter, the Board

A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing county shall exercise this power SECTION 7. County Judges' or Is likely to become, permanent In County Commissioners of Hillsborough -
amendments to Article VIII of Courts. nature. After such investigation County shall appropriate
shall be set forth in a charter for such funda
the State Constitution: adding the government of Hlllsborough (1) ESTABLISHMENT There as It deems necessary the judicial sonably aa to them may be rea

Section 6A to said Article to provide which charter shall be presented shall be a county Judge's court in qualifications commission may conduct of the State Itlr the' operation
e Office and
each
for the terms and employment county. a hearing concerning the
to said electors by re
any County Solicitor's
of (2) COUNTY JUDGES. There moval discipline Otflce.e .
appointive county superintendents charter commission established or retirement of
of public instruc- the legislature. The legislaturemay by shall be In each county a county a Justice or Judge or request th Legislature' and the electors\ of t the
tlon. Judge or county judges in such court to of
appoint three
provide for the continuing : (3)
existence ra're State of
Florida
BE IT RESOLVED by the Legis- of any charter commissionor number as the legislature shall who shall be ac- of the to create offices
lature of the State of Florida: may establish a charter provide who shall be elected by flue or retired justices or judges State H111eDoroughd County
commission Solicitor
That the amendment of Section 6 or commissions the qualified electors of the county of courts of record to hear and In County
of Article VIII of the State Constitution to any Initial commission subsequent without at the time and places of voting take evidence In any such matter, Florida, which I shall be separate,
by the addition to said regard to any election or elections for other county officers and shall and to report thereon to the com distinct other and unconnected with each
Article of Section 6A set forth below held upon any charter charters hold office for four (4) years. Com mission. All hearings shall be held so that the same shall be
or and
Is agreed to and shall be submitted theretofore presented. A charter pensation shall be as provided by In the county In which the justice before exist aa they t'd-ie said Coun
to the electors of Florida shall become effective or judge Involved resides. Testi ty the after
only a(3) the
for ratification or rejection at the ratification by a majority of upon the JURISDICTION. The county mony shall be under oath, admin first Monday In January of 1961.
Section
general election to be held in November electors of Hlllsborough county judges' courts shall. have original istered by a member of the com become 2. This resolution shall

1968: voting in a general or special elec- jurisdiction In all cases at law In mission or a special referee, and effective only upon
SECTION 6A. In those counties lion as provided by law. which the demand or value of prop jury. If after hearing or after con proval by a : o referendum electors
authorized to appoint a superin The number erty Involved shall be as provided sidering the record and voting a elec
tendent of public Instruction under terms of office and ,method qualifications of fill, by the legislature; of proceedings the referees, the commission report i finds of lion to be held In Hlllsborough

Article XII of the state constitution ing vacancies in the relating to the forcible or unlaw good cause therefor it shall County atetheT c d primary elec
membership reco m- Lion to
the superintendent shall serve of any charter commission estab ful detention of lands and tenements mend to the supreme court the in 1966.
at the pleasure of the board provided lished pursuant to this section and : and of such criminal cases moved discipline or retirement re of

that the board may enter the powers functions and duties ns the legislature may prescribe the justice or judge. The supreme HOUSE JOINT l
into a contract of employment with of any such commission shall be The county judges' courts shall court shall review the record of the RESOLUTION
such which n county superintendent l provided by law. have jurisdiction of the settlement proceedings on the law and facts NO. 748
contract shall not ex of the estate of decedents and minors and shall order removal A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing

tend beyond the thirtieth day of com4mleaionheetabtishedarursuant' to to order the sale of real estate or retirement, as It finds discipline just and an amendment to Article V of
June in the year in which the this section shall provide that: of decedents and minors, to proper, or wholly reject the the State adding
terms of a majority of the mem a. The governments of the city take probate of wills to grant let mleslon's I recommendations, com- a section fOonbaI numbered by the
bers of the board of public Instruction of Tampa and the county of Hills- ters testamentary and of administration an order for Involuntary retfremE'n n secretary of state authorizing

shall expire. The county superintendent borough shall be consolidated, and and guardianship, and to ) for dlaablllty, the Justice the board of county commlsslonf -
shall not be commissioned the structure of the new local government discharge the duties usually per judge shall be retired era of Orange County to revise
by the governor but shall shall Include: taming to courts of probate. The retirement I pay erbte fixed the boundaries of any justice of
be required to file with the county 1. An executive branch the chief county judge shall have the powerof which as to "a. justice/of the by la w the peace district In Orange
e u
board of public instruction a good officer of which shall be responsIble committing magistrates preme court jUdge of a district- County without referendum up-
and sufficient bond and In such for the administration of gov- court of appeal or circuit jUdge on resolution, hearing, and
rcbll
sum and upon such conditions aa ernment. NO. 8 shall not be less than two thirds Published t of the same;
the legislature by law shall prescribe 2. An elected legislative branch, COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR (2/3) of his then compensation I Ifyear providing that no existing Jus-
for elective superintendents SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. he tice of the
the election to membership, powers has served for ten (10) peace district shall
as provided rate 7, Article and duties of which shall be 485 or more as Justice or judge of such be dissolved except aa othewlse
VIII of the constitution.NO. as provided by the charter. A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing court or courtl. Upon an order for provided by law
3. A judicial branch which shall an amendment to Article V of removal the justice or judge BE IT RESOLVED! by the Legisla11 -
1 only have jurisdiction In the enforcement the Florida Constitution by add thereby be removed from office and lure of the State of Florida:
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. of ordinances enacted by ing section to be numbered by his salary shall cease from' the low to the ". forth be-
344 the legislative branch created by the secretary of t't provide date of such order. The Article V menthe State Con
A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing this section. a procedure for the selection court shall make rules supra me stitution by adding a new section
an amendment to Article VI.. Section b. Should the electors of the municipalities discipline, retirement and removal = for the procedure before provldlnc the cost to be numbered by the secretary
1 of the State Constitution of Plant City or Temple or any justice of the supreme minion and the referees and the of state '* agreed to and shall be
to provide for voting by residents Terrace wish to consolidate their court, judge of a district court extent to which communlcatlona submitted to the electors of Flor-
not meeting the qualifications governments with the government of appeal, and judge of a circuit shall be privileged or confidential the next Reneralt
of electors In national elections herelnabove created, they may do court; providing an effective provided that upon the entry of an election to Ae held
for president and vice so by majority vote of the electors date. order of discipline removal 1n November, 1966:
president of the United States, of said municipality voting in an BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature tlrement the record shall no or long reo_ SECTION_. Orange Count:
and to remove the requirementthat election upon said Issue.c. of the State of Florida: remain confidential, A 'ustl boundaries of juatlce t
naturalized citizens must The creditors of any govern- That an amendment to Article V : judge shall be dlaqualtited .-The oard of couotYecorirsl-
present their naturalization certificate mental unit consolidated or abolished of Florida Constitution rod any ed his m.l"'on. ot Orange County may
or a copy thereof when under this section shall be gt the sections set forth b to discipline I :t1ennevlv: removal own any time upon resolution alter

registering. protected. Bonded or other Indebtedness be numbered by the Secretary of The supreme court shall by rule, change or revise the boundary of
BE IT RESOLVED by the Legis existing at the effective State Is agreed to and that laid provide for the disqualification of wlthinuOrangefCounty!
lature of the State of Florida: date of any government established amendment be submitted to the any commission I without fret
That Article VI. Section 1 of the hereunder shall be enforceable only electors of Florida for ratification referee :jrtoOrftt ea hoc appoint It erendum; pI2vlded that no existing:
Florida Constitution be amended against the real and personal prop or rejection at the general election ment of a person to take the Justice of peace district shall
as set forth below and that said arty theretofore taxable for such to be held In November. 1988: ot a disqualified person place (Continued on page 3)



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Thursday, Sept. 22, 1966. THE FLAGLER. TRIBUNE, 'BUNNELL. FLORIDA.--. AGE THREB
r
New feet of space for carport and cov-
'I ered walk.

Are Besides the bedrooms, the Quantity Rights

I house includes a living room, WE GIVE M E T T S Reserved
Plans for combination kitchen-dining area I ***
bedroom and two baths. Other
for many ly located features: convenient-I TOP PRICES GOOD
locations as en, and cleaning Thurs., Fri., Sat.,
from the space for automatic washer and VALUE SUPER MARKET and Monday

Extension dyrer; space for storage of can- I Sept. 22, 23, 24
The plans, ned foods and freezer and a gen and 26, 1966
home and eral storage area for garden I STAMPS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Tel. 437-3201

compact equipment and lawn furniture. I
by architects Plan No. 7163 offers 960-square I
ists, and feet of floor space and 288 additional I

Agricultural square feet for a carport I I FLORIDA GRADE "A"
Plan No. and storage area. A compactly-
house, planned house, it has three bed I
of floor space rooms, living room, bath, anda
storage kitchen dining area. Other I
features include closets for
PROPOSED clothes, linen, and cleaning sup : FRYERS Ib29
plies. A hallway door separates I
ON I part of the sleeping area from
( the rest of the house to allow I

be dissolved partial heating, if desired. I
ted except as Three other plans recently
by law. A I
held on the prepared by the Agricultural Research U. S. CHOICE
with ten ( Service are: !
circulation lished In a In A stand for display, eXhibit'1 I

or sale of farm
SENATE No. 5982. Chuck Roast Ib 49Juicy

A an JOINT' A lightweight trailer for haul- I
Article XVI Ing irrigation pipes (Plan No.
tutlon 5942).
be demnation composed A pole-type barn for saddle
BE IT horses (Plan No. 5994).
ture of the
Tender U. S. Choice
That the Working drawings of any of
Is below to agreed the to to the above may be obtained from ALL MEAT STEW Lb. 6ge BONED ROAST Lb. 65e

ratification or Tom Skinner, agricultural engineer
general Florida Agricultural Extension
vember.SECTION 1966: Service, University of U. S. Choice Tender JuicyCUBE

vate property property; Florida, Gainesville., at no Lb. Lb.
of shall any be charge. ROUND STEAK 89* STEAK 89*

until full
shall be first
or first World's Best U. S. ChoiceCHUCK
of money; Guess What? Fall
resptlve of Ground Lb. Lb.
corporation Improvement or : BEEF Z 9ge STEAK 59C
ascertained by Means Yard WorkWith
In a court of
tion, as shall Fall Just around the Capital (By Armour) Slab (Sliced Free)

corner, there are several lawn Smoked Lb. Lb.
SENATE problems to keep close watch on. SAUSAGE 4ge BACON 75 J

A an JOINT' On Just beginning to crop up
the State \ on many lawns is worms. The
Section 2A;
session for three major ones to check on
zation GIANT SIZE U. S. No. 1 IRISH
bers, and U2tc'I are sob worms, cut worms and
BE IT fall army worms.
ture of the :
That the Their main food supply is the AJAX POTATOESDETERGENT
Article 111 of
tion adding grass Itself and in the process
to and shall feeding these worms can com
electors of 10 Lb.
or rejection at pletely ruin a well-cared for Gt.
to be held In Bag 450Limit
SECTION yard. Box 48
organizational On fertilizing laws at this
islature(1st) Tuesday shall time of year, Dr. Granville Horn, 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
pose the general of associate turf technologist with

No new other members the Florida Agricultural Exper BUSH'S (BIG 2yz CAN) ASSORTED FLAVORS ((3 oz. Pkg.)
acted. iment Stations, says now through
: November is the best time.
PORK AND BEANS JELLO
HOUSE In north Florida, Septmber is
A JOINT a good time to fertilize all lawns
an the state "except the centipede varieties" Pkg.
goods Section, 14A Iwould recommend stronglythat 5 Cans $100 50

merchandise, those having centipede not
stock livestock In, fertilize anymore this year," Limit 5 with $5.00 or more food order Limit (4) with food order
part from ad Horn said. "If centipedegrass
personal or
the lelfl goes into the cold weather In a
general law succulent condition resultof Niblet's Oz.
throughout as a (12 ) Fresh Produce
WHEREAS fertilizing, there will be a lot Cans
ognized merchandise that of winter kill." W K CORN 4 8ge Cello CrispLETTUCE

constitute"stock in a In South Florida, November is Head
erty and that Ir e an excellent time for carryingout Delmonte ((14 Oz.) 25c
ful operation your fall fertilization pro- Bottles
nesses andWHERSAS, gram. Horn explains the season CATSUP 2 45e Cello
purchased or for wating a month later is that
the and WHEREAS owner but now in the southern part of the Kraft 18 Oz. CARROTS 2 Pkg. 25c
staae homeowners are confronted Jars
vary Iron WHEREAS to from cloth, with worms. GRAPE JELLY 3 $100

Include fast "eW have found that worms
slow value turnover of I aer less apt to be a problem on BAKERY
certain and lawns fertilized with organic TOP VALUE STAMPS
I
citizens WHEREAS.of thl types of fertilizer," said Harry FREE WITH THE FOLLOW- Everfresh (Hotdog or Hamburger)

be successful adequately Meyers, assistant Extension turf ING PURCHASES. BUNS8Ct-pk2pl"39e

disc.plete and RndWHEHFJAS specialist. So we delay" fertilization I
until November.
or Inventory Irrigation is also important -$1.50 Light Bulbs
ous stages I Everfresh (Regular Loaf)
profit or Just during the winter months. Horn
BE NOW.IT explains that the grass doesn'tdie BREAD 5Uav"Frozen 9Se
ture That of the the but only slows down its SO-(2)( ) Cutup Fryers
Article IX of growth and becomes dormant.
section
adding
shall be This is especially true in north
Cal. Ice Milk Foods
/
of action Florida at the ern sections where' cold snaps 50-

be Section held In 14A. : are not uncommmon.On Winter Garden (8 oz. Pkgs.)
in trade. sandy soils, the turf spec- 2 12 Oz. Wieners
Pkgs.
Pkgs
,
ties known and as ialist says watering in the Fall 50-(All; Brands) StrawBERRIES 2 SSe
tory and lIve should be done about every two
empted taxation In as days. On loamy soils, about

prescribe property as by four days, and on clay soils a

form weekly schedule will do. Store Mon..8 a. m. to 7 p. m. Thurs..8 a. m. to 7 p. m.

IN state. For those wanting to keep Tues.8 a. m. to 7 p. m. Fri..8 a. m. to 8 p. m.
hereunto set their lawns green throughoutthe
ida the at Great Seal )ear, "overseed" with rye. II Hours Weds.8 a. m. to 1 p. m. Sat..8 a. m. to 8 p. m.r' .

the 24th TOM day grass at 10 pounds for each 1,000
(SEAL) square feet
Sept. 8 and



PAGE FOUR THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Sept. 22, 1966j&jer

.
-- --
'the Palm Beach Board of County all home economists who are In.
Books Are My DishBy .Commissioners E, R. Van Kes- terested In promoting better
Beach
I !II Dorothy Homoni sel, Lake Lytal, Edward Brand health countywIde.
low, and E. W. "Bud" Weaver,
Two exciting and beautiful points out that the health and -- --- --

things happened to the Flagler well-being of the citizens of
WOMAN'S CLUB NEWS MUSIC APPRECIATION Beach Public Library lately. The Palm Beach County to a large Alexander

The following dates were presented 1.I II COURSE utterly superb "The Horizon degree depend upon good nutri-
.1
and passed on by the A nine week course in music Book of Ancient Greece" was tion. It states that thousands of Lumber
members of the Flagler Wom 1 appreciation began Tuesday eve given by Mr. C. M. Ryan Jr. who children and adults of Palm CompanyFLAGLER

an's Club at the first meeting of ning to acquaint young people has also given many novels to Beach County start the day with BRANCH

the club year last Wednesday.Mrs. with the basics of piano, voice i us In the past. There are many "no fuel". Nutrition authorities

Frank Brede was hostessfor and other aspects of music. I photographs In color and breath agree that a good breakfast, In. Summer Time
the meeting. The program Is being offeredat taking. Then Mrs. Caroline Roush eluding protein, helps one to be
September 28-Pay your dues. no charge to all children nine who owns a lot In the Morning- sharper in his thinking and ac

Pot Luck Luncheon 2 p. m. years of age or older having an side Subdivision here and who tions during the morning, pre. I Special

October 26-Antique and Interest In music but little or no. dropped in to see the Librarylast vening that letdown feeling,
Crafts show-silver offeringto prior instruction. summer and when she saw the proclamation says. Quantity Discount Paint
be asked.November. Those wishing to attend the the Little Art Gallery said she The Commissioners call
upon
2-District Work. remaining sessions should be was a painter and would loanus
all Palm Beach countians to SALESavings
least four members a painting. Two of her paint-
shop-At present at the next class meet- take advantage of their own
needed to be present. Ing Tuesday, September 27th, Ings arrived "Yellow Roses" anda county's Better Breakfast Cam

November 30-Christmas Ba 7:30: p. m. at the First Baptist "Brook In Early Spring", Oils. paign and the nutritional programs I up to 20% on
(Other invited In. Professional, assured and with a
zaar. organizations Church at Flagler Beach. sponsored by the Exten Exterior-Interior
to ) Load- poetic peaceful quality about I
participate. structors are Mrs. Wanda
sion home economics and
December 21-Members' Christ holtz and Judson Stryker. them that Is so different to agent I Masonry-Wood Paint
mas Party. achieve. These paintings are
Let us assist you with our
January 26-"Adventures inSpain" JAMES WILLIAM loaned but they are for sale if I
: II' : I remodeling or home
by Helen Kruger. Eve. LANGFORD JR. anyone falls in love with them.
ning program. Mr. and Mrs. James Langfordof Mrs. Roush is a M. S. of Indiana RENEW YOUR improvement service.

February-Old Time Auction. Flagler Beach announce the University Junior High School DRIVER'S UCEHSEtt TO SAVE MONEY-

MarchSidewalk Art Show. birth of a son on August 29 at teacher In Martinsvile, Indiana. mm YOUR TRADE WITH JOHNNY
the Bunnell General Hospital. Member of so many art groups BIRTH MONTH
WOMAN'S CLUB TO He weighted In at seven pounds and art gallaries I have not the t

HOLD LUNCHEON 11% ounces. He has been given room to print them.
WEDNESDAYThe the name of James Williams Jr. Mrs. Fred Russell whose father

Flagler Woman's Club He is the grandson of Mr. and owns a house on S. Central NOTICE
Mrs. Townsend of Flag. and who used to drop in oftenat
will hold a covered dish lunch Kinney
ler beach and the grandson the Library when it was up
eon September 28 at 12:30. All great
Club members are asked to of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Kellyof II there is a professional pianist. OCCUPATIONAL LICENSES WILL BE DUE OC-

attend, bring their own tableservice Bunnell and Mrs. F. M. Town. Also she travels all over the TOBER 1, 1966. LICENSE FEES ARE THE SAME
send of Ormond Beach. :place and writes from Atlanta,
and feel free to bring a
,.Georgia, that she wants to know I AS LAST YEAR. TO AVOID PENALTY, MUST
guest, possibly a prospectivenew
member. METHODIST CHURCH NEWS i'all about the new library which BE PAID ON OR BEFORE NOVEMBER 1, 1966.
Church School time is 9:45 a. she never saw. She plays class
The object of the luncheon is :
ical music but jazz Just flows out CITY OF BUNNELLMrs.
and at 11
to welcome new members. m. morning worship
!o'clock with Rev. Reynold Hoover of her fingers. Nancy C. Rodgers, City Clerk

FIRST BAPTIST minister. Methodist Youth

CHURCH3rd Fellowship meets each Sunday .
and N. Central St. evening at 6:30: p. m. Senior Citizens '.I' snffiasC.! !Tiii1iTi!:!!!!!iTiTiiTirai!.!!!!iTiifiliiTi1iiTiTiiTiTiiTiTi!!!!.!!!!!!.!!. iTiTiiTiTiiTiTiiTi!llJ.J.lJIJ.J.!! iiTiTii1ifri .


Flagler Rev. Max Beach.HalL Florida Pastor Mrs. R. K. ,HIrst entertained Attendance Is Up ;

9:45: a. m..Sunday School friends and neighbors at a coffee There were 51 members B.
pres. Radio
11:00: a. m.........Morning Worship Wednesday of last week. The ent at the Sept. 20 meeting of 1m* Sales 1 I

7:30 p. m...........Evening Worship affair was a benefit silver offer. the Fagler Senior!, Citizens Club,
Wednesday 7:30: p. m., Prayer ing for the educational projectof
reflecting the growing interestin
the Flagler Woman's Club. Corner and W.
Meeting. the club and its activities as Bay Moody Blvd. it;

the fall and wlnted season be.
The women of Flagler Beach : I
Bookkeeping and are asking for help In rolling 1 gins. Those present were enter. IN RICE BUILDING W
Income Tax Service bandages and making cancer tamed with a reading by Mrs. iti

R. T. ShockneyP. pads for the County Nursing Ruby Clary. There also was
Will Open for BusinessMONDAY
O. Box 842 Council. They will meet at 9 a. group singing, and followingthe ili
business session the club-
Ormond Beach, Florida -
m. Thursday, September 29 In
ifj
*
room was used for games and
Phone 677-4587
Fellowship Hall of the Flagler =

Beach Methodist Church. card playing.The club voted. to buy three i a. m.

card tables, with Lynn Clary m
FUMIGATE THE SOIL
HASTINGS MATTRESS
I and Martin Fuelling appointedto
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS BEFORE PLANTING ROSES make the purchase. Mrs. Irma Ott SEPTEMBER 26th
You have to fumigate the soil
710.12 Lemon St. Parker, program chairman, call. : ill
for prety roses, and it's best to
,
Palatka. Florida ed attention to the formation of i
do the Job before planting them. SALES .
Phone EA 5-9166 an arts and crafts class in Flag. m -- SERVICE --. REPAIR $
This way, you rid the soil of any
ler Beach which
Furnltu-i, Upholstering meets Mondaysat
Repaired & Refinished harmful organisms such as fun. 1:00: p. m. There Is a fee of 2-Way Radios .
Mattresses & Box Springs gi, or nematodes. Dr. Howard $2.00 Members were urged to Investigate -- TelevisionStereos I
Made to Order.Also Renovated Miller, plant pathologist with f
If Interested
or to ;
Call Laura Morris 4373233 the Florida Agricultural Experiment .
sign up if they wish o becomea t --. HiFCecil
After 6:00 P. M. Stations, says If you wait 1 :t ti
part of the group, Mrs. Parker
PRICES REASONABLE. until after planting to fumigate, !t
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. also mentioned the program i
there are materials which can Iii
Just as near as I Friday evening, Sept. 23, when
Phone or Post Office your be added directly to the plant or movies taken behind the Iron il! I Turlington I J r.
Drop Us A Card or Call around it to kill the pests. But rdjt.c ya db h8 rh c rm h mJ.J.
Free Pick-up & Delivery' I the pre planting treatment is Curtain will be shown In the

1 more practical. clubroom In the Municipal build- !!!!!!!.!.!!!!!.!.!!!! .! .
.
ll!
:'!iiTiIi lilii1iTi TiTiiTiTiiTi iiTiTiiTi iiJiTiiTi iiTiTiiTiTiiJiTi !!!!!!!!!!!!
iTii! TiTi TiTi TiTi TiTiiTiTi TiTi TiTii1i1iiliTi'.1
Beach.
Ing, Flagler The publicis
Invited. After the showing of

24 HourWrecker ...R.. th movie, at 7 o'clock, coffee and
Service cake will be served.
The next regular meeting of BROWN & BROWN INC.

the club will be Oct. 4 when the

Flagler Truck & Tractor Co. sent nominating its slate committee of officers will for pre.the I INSURANCEOUR

MASSEY.FERGUSON 1966-67 year.Better .

Grove Farm Industrial Equipment PHONE NUMBER IS

VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 Breakfast
4373394CRAIG
Owner Bunnell, Florida i
iI I Month ProclaimedThe


.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.;.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::.:.:.:..:.1 Board of County Commissioners .
..4.4 .4.4 of Palm Beach County,1

::: HART REFRIGERATIONAND : has"Better proclaimed Breakfast September Month" as In FUNERAL HOMEA.

Palm Beach County.

The County Extension home H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
economist, other home economists -
JOHN
..4 CAPO. ManagesAIR
.4
school and county health
::: ELECTRIC SERVICE : workers are sponsoring the Bet. LADY OXYGEN

ter Breakfast Campaign in the CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I
: I EQUIPPED
.V.4 county, according to Miss Mary ATTENDANT
::: Bunnell, Fla. Box 253-A, Rl :..: Todd, Palm Beach County Extension AMBULANCES
.
:.: Phone 437-3698 ': home economistThe Phone ID 7-3532
I proclamation, signed by

....................-.................................................. ".........................................................;....... George W. Warren, chairman of 201 K. MOODY BLVD. BUNKZLU FLORIDA
.



Thursday, Sept. 22, 1966 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE
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MISS SUZETTE KING I

C 11 O I c Lean Western

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r Pork Steaks


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di.Xo' U. S. D. A. Choice "STANDING" wwwww
'

f a 4b RIB ROAST lb. 79*

r 1T ir

U. S. D. A. Choice "FULL CUT"ROUND

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r a gds STEAK lb. 89*



Choice JuicyALL


t'i i MEAT STEW lb. 69*


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Streak O'Lean Western Select

3bF t i WHITE BACON BEEF LIVER
map
lb'' lb.
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+
Copeland's SMOKED (14-16lb. Avg.) (HALF OR WHOLE)




dr HAM lbm 59'L '
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Mr. and Mrs. Herschel King,I school years. She attended the I
201 East Magnolia Avenue, announce University of Georgia, Athens,
the engagement of their Georgia. She was a pledge to
daughter, Suzette, to Mr. James Alpha Chi Omega. She is now i
Albert Burnsed, son of Mr .and employed in the office of Tax I. Ask G. C. For Special Meats Cut To Your SatisfactionLyke's
Mrs. J. F. Burnsed of Bunnell.A Collector of Flagler County.Mr. .

double ring candlelight ceremony Burnsed was a member of;
will be at the First Bap the Bunnell High School grad. 15 oz. Can
tist Church of Bunnell at 6:30p. uating class of 1960. He was active
m. on November 23, 1966. No in band and football. lie attended I BEEF CORNED HASH 3 For $100 PILLSBURY'S (Plain or Self.Rising)
invitations are being sent. All Lee-McRae College in I
friends and relatives are invit Boone, N. C., where he was a NIBLETS 12 oz. Can FLOUR
ed. member of the football squad. For
Miss King is a graduate of the He graduated there in 1962. He CORN 5 $100
Bunnell High School, Class of is now employed with the Florida 5 Bag 370
1964. She was active in Band Power and Light Co., in Or. O'Sage No. 2>/ Can
and basketball during her high mond Beach. PEACHES 4 For $

Caroline Clifton, I[ Mrs. Mary Jones I Our Value 4 oz. CanVIENNA
Honored at For DAIRY SPECIALJoe
George Banks Are a SAUSAGE 5 $1 .-
Wed in St. AugustineMiss LuncheonMrs.
I Grain's Fresh Florida Grade "A"
Caroline Faye Clifton, Mary Jones of Gaines.I Kraft 18 Oz. Jar MEDIUM Doz.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JackH. I ville was honored guest at a Strawberry. EGGS Z 9ge
PRESERVES
Dupont, Bunnell, Florida, became luncheon at the Bunnell Restaurant 490
the bride of George Wayne I Thursday. Hostess for Mrs. Filbert's (1 lb. in Qtrs.)
Banks, Saturday night, Septem the occasion was Mrs. T. E. Hoi OLEO lb.
ber 17, in a double ring ceremonyat den. Mrs. Jones, a former resident Zge
McDowell Baptist Church, St. of Bunnell, was vacation MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
Augustine.The ing at Flagler Beach last week. FROZEN FOODS
bridegroom is the son of Those attending besides the -
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Banks, honoree and hostess were Mrs.
State Road 16, St. Augustine. I Lily Creal, Mrs. Helen Sullivan, Frosty Acres 10 oz. Pkg.
Officiating in the ceremonywas Mrs. Roseley Cameron, Mrs. Wale 1 Tbn 470 NIBLETS CORN Ea. Zge
Rev. Warren Fredericks, ter Cody, Mrs. Leona Knight,
Baptist minister. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller, all of
Frosty Acres LIMEADE
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order 6 oz. Can
Given in marriage by her I Bunnell; Mrs. Ora Miller of Daytona
father, the bride wore a three. Beach, Mrs. Sam Black of LEMONADE Ea. IOe
piece pastel blue suit. The open i Ormond Beach, and Mrs. C. O.
FRESH PRODUCE
jacket with rounded collar covered Magee of Flagler Beach. -
a shell blouse of pastel U. S. No. 1 IriihPOTATOES
blue and silver brocade worn Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Niesen
above a sheath skirt of silk have returned from a visit of a 10 "". 490 BOLD DETERGENT
shantung.Her week in St. Petersburg with
veil of sheer illusion fell I their daughter, Patty Niesen.I California Seedless

shoulder flat bow length headpiece from of a organza small I I CARD OF THANKS GRAPES % ..Ib.. 290 GIANT SIZE !J7

with seed pearls. Her flowers! We wish 4o express our sincere
were a white orchid corsage. thanks for the prayers, the U. S. No. 1TOMATOES
Mrs. Jack E. Anderson, Jack:, acts of kindness, the flowers, lb. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
sonville, sister of the bride, was I and expressions of sympathy 290
her matron of honor. She worea during our recent bereavement.The .
bright blue silk sheath dress: Family of
designed with short sleeves, James L. Kendall Jr.
jewel neckline and fitted waist
with corded tie. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phil
The bridegroom's father attended Johnson over the past weekendwere
him as best man. their son in law and daughter
Following a wedding trip to Mr. and Mrs. Al Dompe Jr.,
Daytona Beach, the couple are and 3 children of Titusville.Mr. .
re siding in St. Augustine Southon I Johnson's mother, Mrs. Lillian III
Hercules Drive. Johnson of Artesia Park,
also spent a week here visiting
Tommy Kahlert, son of Mr.I with them.
and Mrs. Anthony Kahlert, left Phone 437-3227
last week for Athens, Ga., to enter I I Grace and Mechele Steflik are 8:00 OPEN SUNDAYS U.s. No. 1 BUNNELL
1:00
their intern work as a.m.- p.m.
his junior year at the University I I doing
of Georgia. I I I Continued To Page 8 Ouantity Right Reserved Prices Good Sept. 22, 23, 24, 25 and 26, 1966



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SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Sept. 22, 1966

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AGRICULTURAL one, according to the Smithsonian as they would like to know, I Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune

Astrophysical Observatory.But j some have suggested startling 52L50 A Year In Advance

SCHOLARSHIPS the big chunk of rock is ways In which the tiny planets I II _

ANNOUNCEDDr. expected to pass within four I might be used when space trav- pSI '

million miles in June, 1968, and el becomes common. Rt 1 PETERSON
Marvin A. Brooker, dean of I TEXACO
this is close by celestial stand I
the College of Agriculture, University One scientist theorizes that

of Florida, has announced ards.The asteroid Hermes came I the platinum-rich planets mightbe I I I ROAD SERVICE I

nine scholarship awards for snared from their paths and I Light Mechanic Work
closer. It set an asteroid recordin 1 I I
196667. actually brought to the earthso Phone 437-3441 Bunnell

1937 when it passed within the metal could be Prompt Service i_ 1 ,.. '
pricous
Foundation //1
Roebuck
S e a rs 485,000 miles-only double the I I1

scholarships went to Paul Edgar distance from the earth to the extracted. The Flagler Tribune I IN ENTH TIIK .JIUICIAI CllirriT COIJUT.CIKCMT.SEVI IV-

Click, Route 2, Box 28, Moore i AM! FOR .'LACH,.:', COUNTY,
moon. Asteroids might serve as con KI.OIUUA.
Haven; Hal Robert Gumblner, Asteroids May Have Hit venient way-stops for astronauts ti--- i>"i a I G3_:\. IN CHANCEKY NO.

St. Petersburg Chester James o. F. ALTORD LELA WRIGHT
; Geographos, a mile-thick asteroid between the moon and i Plaintiff
Lee, Jr., Groveland; Hugh Allen I vs.
discovered in 1951 during distant planets. Registered I IEDD1BWRIGHT

Poole, Largo; Miss Evelyn Doris the National Geographic-Palo- I I I Defendant.

Quarrier, Callahan; Joseph Henry mar Observatory Sky Survey, Asteroid expert DandridgeCole I Real Estate Broker THE STATE:NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA AWKAH: TO:

Walter, Apopka; and Douglas has a known orbit that will of the General Electric Bunnell. Florida : EDDIE WRIGHT
i 73
Weaver, of Ellenton. bring it within three millions Company, has even suggestedthat I_ TNOTH' I Elizabeth Fifth Street New Jersey

Sears-Roebuck Foundation the asteroids' low I You are hereby notified that
The miles-but not for many dec gravity j .: OF APPLICATION FOR suit for divorce has been a

scholarships amount to ades. might make them perfect health j I In accordance LICK:with:*!*' *: Public Law I against you in the above entitled filed

$300, half of which is payableat Some astronomers believe that I I spas in ,the distant future. { 86-752: Section 1.580. of the Federal I cause to serve and upon you are Plaintiff's hereby Attorney required

the beginning of the fall tri asteroids have actualy hit the I Communications, the Flagler County Commission'sRules Board whose name and address appear
I I
the flick of hereon your written
half is "Only a finger of Public Instruction. Flagler defense, if
other paidat
mester. The I any to the Bill
earth in ages gone by, leaving would be required to catapult County. Bunnell }Florida hereby said suit of Complaint In
on before
or the 8th
winter
of the day
the beginning makes the declaration
following :
the students huge scars like Arizona's Meteor I I a person from a chair and Intoa j Application has been made to of confesso October, 1966 else decree pro
will be
trimester, provided indicate entered against
Crater. Calculations the Federal Communications Commission I you.
have made satisfactory progress, long gentle trajectory throughthe t for a license to operate anew .
that this crater 4,000 feet my hand and -
UHF television broadcast said Court
air he "The sick and |
says. ; this 2nd day wept
I of
said.
Dean Brooker
across and 570 feet deep could translator station ducathe purpose tember, 1966.
feeble ;
would be able to continue
of
: rebroadcasting television
Entering freshmen who will. I I GEORGE M. MOODY
have been gouged by an asteroid from Station
programs
a mobile life while at the same' Oillclal Seal) Julia R Harvey
WMI<'E-TV. Channel 24, located at
major in agriculture are eligiblefor I
110 feet in diameter. time resting their bodies more 2908 Went Oak Ridge Road, Or- W. I WADSWORi'futy! Clerk.
the scholarships. They also lando, Florida; serving the communities *
Another asteroid have Post Office
may I completely than when lying 1 I Box 896
must have been members of future on I' of Bunnell, Flagler Beach Bunnell Florida /
struck what is now western Texas I a bed on the earth"WANT and Crescent City, Florida; transmitter Attorney for
Farmers of America or 4-H about 50 million years ago. I Farmers site Is of located America on the Demon-Future I Sept. ..i.162229HcI Plaintiff

Clubs. The impact left a Jumble of stration Plot of the Flagler County I i.v cmciriT
COURT
I OF THE
Schools, located 1.5 miles north-
John Millard Hadden, of Pin the Sierra MF.VK.NTJI JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
shattered rock called west of Bunnell Florida on State IN: AND FOR
been awarded the ADS Uoad 13. In Flagler lo )<'LAf L. R COUNTY -
etta, has PLOIUOA. In
Madera.An ida; said station was competed:: on Chancery, NOTICE -
Sears-Roebuck Foundation scholarship I OK !SUT.! Chancery No.
asteroid is a mass of rock September 11. 1966; date of appll- rI.'t.'UGOHIION
station for license was on September -
Hadden
for
sophomores. also called a planetoid or minor Listings under this heading are i 12:, 1966; transmitter output I GERNERT

made the highest grades among planet because it orbits the sun 3 cents a word, each power, using Channel 80, will be Plaintiff.
100 watts with the Maximum Effective KENNEDY
75 cents is the InaerUOD.j MARTHA
last year's freshmen recipientsof like a planet. The biggest, Ce Radiated Power of 1658 GERNERT.
Defendant.
the Sears-Roebuck Foundation r iS -Tb-edms; ; I watts: geographical coordinates of ORDER OF IILICATIOV
:
diameter of 480 miles. HOUSE
res, has a transmitting antenna Is 29' 28' 20" IN THE NAME OF THE
scholarships. smallest with North Latitude 81' 16' 20" West OF FLORIDA STATE
The solar system's swimming pool, close to Longitude.S :

George Larry Ford, a Junior in members have inspired great interest school and beach. Call Meekins, / / Coy G. Harris Jr. TO: ERT]MARTHA whose KENNEDY residence GERN Is :23

the College of Agriculture, of and speculation since 4392006. 922tf. Board Secretary of, Flagler Public Instruction County- Granite}Portsmouth Street New

Malone, has been awarded a they were first observed 165 Flagler County You are hereby required Hampshire to file
$500 Ralston-Purina scholarshipon NOTICE TO PARENTS of all Bunnell. Florida. with the Clerk of this Court your
years ago. Some astronomers DATESeptember: 19 1966. answer to the Bill\ of Complaint
the basis of his grades and believe asteroids are the frag- children five, six, or seven, who Sept. 22-ltc filed herein against you in the

character. Ford is majoring in may be Interested In tap or iTHK: cinrriT conn* OF the above. 1st entitled day of cause on or before
ments of an exploded planet 'I.AfHlt October A. D. 1966
science. ballet lessons COUNTY, FI.OIUUA and serve a copy thereof
animal please contact
that once orbited between Mars IN: ClI.\%f.JtV NO. Sass Osslnsky & George, plantiffs upon
attorney
Miss Helene Bryan at 439-2373 BYUNO HUN NAM, herein
and Jupiter, but no one is sure. Plaintiff.- _n __. SOO Nn.th. n.'a.ft", whose__. ..,address__u_ Is

Planet Swerves About 1,600 asteroids have Flagler Beach. 9222tc. I I EUNSOOK HAHN vs. NAM tons.Tribune"Beach.\III Florida.hereby designated Avenue"The Flagler, Jjay-

been detected. Astronomers estimate FOR SALE-Double bed Inner- I Defendant the newspaper In which this order as
.
:\OTI( : TO UKKKM shall be
published
Toward EarthA there may be more than spring mattress and box spring. THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: for 4 consecutive weeks.once HEREIN a week
in the solar They I EUSNSOOK: HAHN NAB FAIL NOT OR A DECREE
30,000 system. Good condition, $10.00 for both. 21-12 DapSIKIDongDalMoonKu CONFESSO WILL PRO

tiny planet only six-tenths speed around the sun mostly Clar-El Motel. 437.3180 ltp. I Seoul. Korea AGAINST YOU 'OR BE SUCH ENTERED FAIL

of a mile wide is now speed- between orbits of Mars and Jupiter I You URE.
I are hereby notified that a The nature of this suit
Is
Ing towards the earth. I but a few such as Icarus AUTO DEAL-Will sell $1850 suit has been filed against you I In for divorce. a bill

There is no danger that the I have eccentric orbits that some- equity In 1966 Pontiac Sprint. are the hereby above entitled required cause to file; your and you answer Bunnell.WITNESS Flagler my hand County.and Florida seal at

asteroid Icarus-named for the times bring them relatively near Take up payments of $32 monthly. and to with serve the u Clerk copy of thereof this Court upon, this 25th day GEORGE of August M, MOODY A. D. 1966.

mythical youth whose the earth. Phone 437.3979 9-22-ltc the plaintiff or plaintiffs rtorne-y. As Clerk Circuit Court
feather wings fell off wax.and'i whose name and address ; Flagler County, Florida
Spas on Asteroids? ISHAM W. ADAMS (Official Seal)
HOUSE FOR
soarded too close to Though scientists don't RENT-Downstairs 121 Broadway By Julia R. Harvey
space I Daytona Beach. Floridanot
completely furnished. AlA and Deputy Clerk.
will smash into the earth. The j know as much about asteroids i later than October 24, A. D. Sept. t-8.15-2-4tc
9th Street, Flagler Beach. Call 1966.
about billion to
chances I
are one
If fall
you to do decree
so. pro NOTICE OF
SALE
Mrs. Bob Nolan, 749.2309, confesso will be entered against I TO ALL PERSONS WHOMSOEVER
-- - Fla you for the relief demanded in the You are hereby notified that I
sevllle'l I bill of complaint. The nature of have levied upon the Interest of
BUDDY KNOX -- said suit being for divorce. Krantz Motors, Inc., In and to the
NOTICE will not be WITNESS: my hand and seal of property hereinafter described and

YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER I ed with the Marineland Fruit I I said ber. Court A. 1>. this 1966.19th day of Septem I of a sale the. will Flagler be held County at the Court front House door

and will Omclal Seal) In Bunnell, Florida
be
Bunnell Atlantic Service Station Shop, not Clerk of said Circuit commencing
Court between the hours of 11 o'clock In
ble for any debts responsl'l I By Joyce Patrick the forenoon and 2 o'clock In the
Deputy Clerk. afternoon of the 3rd day of Oc
other than
anyone Sept. 22-29 & Oct. -!?-4tc tober. A. D.. 1966,
of
,U. S. Highway 1 Day Phone 437-3652 ward Schultz. Sept. 15.2tp \OTI('.: OP MOHT(..tfiK levied upon by me and hereinafter property
7TJ FOIIKCI.OXI: MALI Ill CLKIIK: described' under Writ
Night Ph. 437-3944 toN tI h"11.heR given pursuant tion in my hands Issued of pursuant Execu-
FOR SALE-2 bedroom home, a OF FORE to that certain Judgment entered

REPAIR, REBUILD GENERATORS, STARTERS I garage, on waterfront, tile roof, CLOSURE 19t>6, and entered dated I Ira September Chancery tat In ler the County Small, Florida Claims, on Court.the Flag 24th

central heat, 128 Palm Circle, Number 5315 of the Circuit Courtof day of March. A. D., 1966 and recorded -
CARBURETORS the Seventh
AND
Judicial
'I Circuit In in Official Records
Book 18,
Flagler Beach, terms, Cletus and for Flagler CountFlorida, I age 354. Public Records of Flag-
24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service Strauser. wherein ANTHONY EDGAR B1EL- ler County. Florida.
Sept. 15, tfc. EJESKI; Is Plaintiff and DAVID The
c' property to be sold Is the
ALDRICH
and LOIS Cl.
ALl- property situate in
__ Flagler Coun-
STATION A'M'ENDANT-Mar. UICH. Husband and Wife, and ty.: Florida to-wlt:
MADELYN M. ALDRICH, are de 1-Hunter wheel
rled experienced, $70.00 a week fendants. I will sell to the highest No. 691556E balancer serial
and best bidder for cash at the 1-*i ton Chain Hoist &
Interstate Attachments
plus. Location.
Apply
front door of the Flagler County

Flagler County Insurance Leroy Esso, U. S. 1, N. E. Interstate Courthouse In Bunnell, Flagler Hawkins Press Serial No.
County Florida
at 11:00 o'clock 1 1086
95. 9152tp. A. M. on the 3rd day of October 1 Acetylene welding
and
1966, cutoutfit
the
0 lgrn1n described I property ting

Agency Inc. FOR SALE-LIving room suite, cree,as to-wlt set : said Final De 175 Bulldog ferial 6232 electric welder model

sofa bed, matching chair, 2 end That State certain liquor license bearIng Blackhawk floor jack
and
County Number
28-36 1-Wards bench
vise
tables, 2 table lamps. Phone 437- issued to Anthony E. Blelejeakl 1-fyl head surfacing machine

All Forms of Insurance 3669. Sept. 152tc. COP which together liquor license with la all a renewals series 8 630 Snap-on battery charge No.

thereof: ALSO all of the assets of Crankshaft
105 North Bay Street -:- Phone 437-3171 FOR RENT-Two bedroom furn- that certain business In the Incorporated (portable) No. 454OO grinding machine
city limits of Bunnell, 1
-Wood office desk
Bunnell Florida 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUAL ished house on Central Ave., Florida, together with licenses, I Prestollte battery
trade name and good will and In- 1-A20H Mopar
Flagler Beach Phone 4392310. I battery
eluding but not limited to the following 10-Junk batteries
TV BONDS 9.1-Stc. items of furniture, furnish I Welding dolly
ings, fixtures and equipment. Keystone
1-Perllck Draught Hot No. 44488 1-Steam cleaner camper
FOR SALE-2 bedroom, living Lacrosse Drink Box (10-case Radiator

,. .J\.......................1....................................................................WWIQ room, bath, kitchen home in the capacity National I No.: 2715)Cash Register No. 2-Creepers Welding helmet core

Hillcrest area, Flagler Beach. 67577094 Growler
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT Phone 4392137. 1-19" Zenith Television net 1-Timing light
9-1-tf. Upholstered booths 1-Alley volt-ammeter
set
2-Wooden booths 3-Chairs
SEPTIC 1-Floor Fan 20" 1-Office desk
TANK
AMBULANCE Cleaning; drain 1-:22 foot front bar with 12
Propane welding I kit and box
PHONE VAlley 4 1625 fields Installed; Rota-Roter snail backed IItools13.compartment 1-C-293J Brg pully set
stainless steel 1-Tool cabinet with
shell. assorted
SERVICE Reasonable prices. Call sink tools

ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA : George Jarosz, 437.3410 8.1tiJOHNSTON'S 1-Fully No. 28-38 transferable liquor License 1674861J Automatic transmission No.

I 1-5-ton Air
Conditioner 1-B-K
Never be besltunt about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We I- 1 1-22"-Table with 4 chairs Rubber battery floor tester mats
Back
are alwav at your service with promptness safety and II Seeburg Juke Bar Box 159243 1-3 H. P. air compressor No.
1-Perllclc
I stainless
experience. FLAGLER BEACH REALTY co.I 1 Frlarldalre Ice machine steel box On. Inc.the. In Interest and to of said Krantx Motors

I I LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, 1--Stainless Package store steel counter will I be offered for sale and property sold.

Equipped With Oxygen Resiuitator and Inhalator WATER FRONT, FARMS, table lack Counter formica-topped lic The outcry sale to or the sales highest will be and at pub-best

ACREAGE 1-Gas heater bidder for cash and will continue
HomeJ"a from day to day until said I
Garcia Funeral See ua for your real estate needs equipment.Miscellaneous glasses and bar Is sold or said Writ of property Execution -

Office Phone HE 9-2242 Dated this 19th day of Septem and Judgment are satis-
P. E. GARCIA Licensed 'Funeral Director IT ber. 19ftS. DATED
this 25th
Residence Phones ID 7.3691 GEORGE M. MOODY A. D. 1966. day of August
.
LADY ASSISTANT I or ID 7-3517 Clerk of said Court Signed: P. A. EDMONSON.

...."........................................"................_............."1................................. ......-- Sept By 22 Joyce-Itc Patrick Deputy Clerk Sept. $..15Z2.29HcPAGE Sheriff of Flagler County



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Thursday, Sept. 22, 1966 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL FLORIDA PAGE.. SEVEN.
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Broward Williams city of East Berlin, Germany.I he is dead forever and has no I most of them are old enough to and political appointments are
was there as a part of a I chance of living in Heaven in have remembered when churchgoing withheld from those who attend.
Tells of His Visit People-to-People Goodwill tour. I the presence of God forever. and worship of God were Salaries are low and promotionsare
As a lifelong Methodist, I was j I Churches have been converted not outlawed. eagerly sought for the ad-
Behind Iron Curtain interested in what part religion into museums and religious objects Religion is contrary to the ditional money.
I played in the daily lives of the I have been placed on display Communist doctrine; therefore, Political positions are a re-
God is not recognized behind Communlsts.I talked with people for the curious to see. it is not taught in school. The ward for echievements on the
the Iron Curtain. Instead, they I and I found out: None. I' But, strangely enough, I saw young people of Communist nations Job rather than by popular vote
have converted His churches into People who live behind the no Bibles in Russia, not even in I are not given the advantage of the people. So, those who as-
museums and declared Sunday Iron Curtain have little enoughin I the museums. I of knowing God. pire to political office don't go
nothing more than a day this world; and their govern Sunday, in our nation is a day I In Czechoslovakia, few people to church.
off from work. ment denies them anything in of rest and worship of God, is go to church in their own cities. Despite the outward absenceof
This absence of religion, this the next. merely a day of rest in Russia. I Instead, those who do attend religion, most of us on the
disbelief of God, was what ap- The Communist form of government Most Russians work six days a services go to another town tour felt that God certainly was
pallel me most during the 10 denies the existence of week.A where they are not known for be hind the Iron Curtain. After
days I spent behind the Iron I God. Instead, the Communist few open churches do exist services and such ceremonies as all, the Communists did not destroy
Curtain visiting Moscow and, believes that the only life is life behind the Iron Curtain and baptism and marriage. the churches or religious
Leningrad, Russia, Prague, Czechoslovakia here on earth and no afterlife.He I I I services are conducted. Only a People say they go to church objects. They put them on the
; and the walled I believes that when he dies, handful of people attend; and I i in secret because job promotions shelf, so to speak, for later use.









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EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Sept. 22, 1966

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rently underway by Stations re TV, channel, ETV), Gaines I percent in the past decade.
eltltjlt. searchers. Also each week a salute ville. For telecast times in your
4ca d$ School AeuLSpanishLatin will be made to outstanding area, check your local TV list-
Florida 4-H member. Ings. 1 3 GAL. FOR $5.00

Continued from Pane 5) Club Beginning this season, Sunshine QUALITY PAINT
teachers at the Osceola schoolin The Spanish-Latin Club meet- Almanac, believed to be Country vegetable stands are It. V. Yromanc, Ormond Beach
Ormond Beach. They are interning Ing was conducted by Anne I the only program of Its kind in booming despite supermarket I 677.8020 Corner Hand 9 Are.a. m.tit IT.till S.5:30 1:
in the 2nd and 3rd Bourne until the new persident, the nation, will run year-around competition. The number of t
(Com In and It
see made)
grades. They are the daughtersof Carla Tucker, was elected. Carla without repeat telecasts. It is stands reportedly has risen 25
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Stefllk of then presided over the remain. carried on six stations throughout .. I
KIMMlffltBraimKMMM>CKlK! t
$
Bunnell.Mr. der of the meeting. The following Florida and reaches an estimated -
officers were elected. 35,000 people each day. THANK YOUMy
and Mrs. Albert Ford and presidents-Anne Bourne, The program Is produced by
family of Bradenton, Florida, Spanish; Dennis Clay Latin. the Extension Service, a part of first efforts as a county wide candidate
were visiting here with friends Secretary-Carol Lynda Town- the University of Florida's Institute have been rewarding beyond expectation! AlthoughI
during the past weekend. Mr. send. I II of Food and Agricultural have lived in Flagler County all my life, my cam
Ford was a former VocationalAg Treasurer-Johnnie Ruth Mill Sciences. Production of the pro paign allowed me to renew old friendships and
teacher here. I er. gram Is done at WUFT, University meet some folks for the first time.
Parllnentarlan-Arthur Me- of Florida Television.Tal .
Daniel. Bray, of WUFT Is the pro. The race for Clerk of the Circuit Court was
Mr. and Mrs. James T. Westof Reporter-Jeanne -Hlgginboth- gram's director. Buck is the pro. hard fought, but fair all the way. I am sorry to have
Miami are house guests of ducer. lost, but I am grateful for the fine support renderedin
Rev. and Mrs. Oliver Taylor am.Chairmen behalf.Be .
of Projects-Paquita Florida TV stations carrying my
this week. They are the parentsof I
Mrs. Taylor. Hugas. the series are: assured that I shall continue to have great

WJXT-TV, channel 4, Jackson interest in our county and to you, the taxpayer.
KORONA CIVIC CLUB
ville; WESH-TV, channel 2, Day- Sincerely,
SEPTEMBER 21st. 1966 TO JOIN CHAMBEROF tona Beach; WDBO-TV, channel
In loving memory of Dewey D. COMMERCEThe 6, Orlando; WCKT-TV, Miami, C. B. EISENBACH
Moody. Korona Civic Club votedat channel 7; WLCY.TV'St. Peters-
Murtice and daughters, their Tuesday evening meet burg, channel 10; and WUFT- i&aaiaiaiaiagaHMdiomt
'Iona and Jaunlta. ing to 'take out a $50.00 Club I
: Jennie, Marie and Robert, Membership In the Flagler ""
sisters and brother. County Chamber of Commerce
which is in the process of being
: re-activated, President Ed Gor-
Bunnell Methodist I eckl reported today.
:
NEW
LOOK!
t.. Church Sunshine Almanac

(Oliver F. Taylor. Pastor) Starts New SeasonSunshine
I OUR CHILDREN
,i Religious instruction to child. Almanac, a daily
ren has always been a controversial TV series designed to 'help Flor-
issue even within the idians live better began its
: church. Just because every individual I fourth season Monday, September
' has to make a choice 19.The .
for himself as to whether he will, program treats such areas
be a Christian or not, this does of living as the home and Its
j not mean that parents are not maintenance, lawn and gardencare
under obligation to lead and direct pet care, child develop
the thoughts of their child. ment, family relationships, press-
ren within a Christian atmos Ing community problems Including
phere. We teach our childrenthe water pollution, community
ways of the world. We teach planning, civil defense and safe-
our children how to be success.
ful In a material sense. We In. !I ey.During the 15-minute telecasts -
still a pride in our children co-hosts Doug Buck and >tw FltcUid...on*of 26
which shows them the glory of''I Don Poucher, interview specialists all-DnChnyplchp-saJa for 19 7I
material possessions. God expects with the Florida Agricultural -.
Christians to Instruct their Extension Service along with
children as wise parents who scientists with the state's Agricultural
understand the: spiritual values I Experiment Stations.
which outlast all material I Bob Smith, also with the Extension
things. Christians rejoice when Editorial department, will
their children decide for the provide hints and tips on doing -
moral life under God through more things better and easier. "
Christ. "No greater Joy can I Special sections of the series,
have than this, to hear that my according to Buck, include film.
children follow the truth. III ed "salutes" to Interesting and
John 4. unique research projects cur-
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