The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: September 29, 1966
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00351
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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Bunnell Bulldogs BEACH SCHOOLHALLOWEEN i Law Officers MISS VIRGINIA CHAPMANBunnell I Potato andCabbage

Defeat SopchoppyWith FETE Complete[ CourseAt I Growers

13-6 ScoreBunnell The Flagler Beach Parent Law AcademyJoe Meet October 4
Teacher Association has set the I a
High's Bulldogs came Annual Halloween Carnival date Kelly, Deputy Sheriff, A meeting of all potato and
fighting back in the second half for October 29 this year. They Flagler County Sheriff's Office I cabbage growers In the trl-
and beat a scrappy Sopchoppyteam plan a parade preceeding the and Charles P. Worley, Patrol county area of Flagler, Putnam
by a score of 13-6 last Fri- Carnival after which the booths, man, Bunnell Police Department, and St Johns Counties will be
day evening at Sopchoppy.The sponsored by each grade will be I recently completed special trainIng I held Tuesday at 7:30: p. m., October
first half was marked by opened. I at the Florida Law Enforce 4 at the St. Johns County
sputtering offenses on both sides. ment Academy In Tallahassee.The Fairgrounds in Elkton.
Members of the Committee in
For Bunnell, they were in scoring charge said there will also be I Florida Law Enforcement Following is a schedule of
position twice but could not a "Spooky" movie shown later I!'I I j Academy announced last week topics to be discussed:
capitalize.The the graduation of its "General Recent research findings and
In the evening. The public is
first chance was muffed Training Law Enforcement
inviated to patronize the carni recommendations presented by
when Walton Cowart's perfect val. This is the only money- I I School". The program included I v5r Dr Dale Hensel and his staff
pass was dropped In th'end raising project of the year for subjects such as: Laws of Arrest, I from the Experiment Station in
zone. The second opportunitywas I[I Traffic Accident Investigations, Hastings. This will cover varieties .
the P- T. A.Bunnell
stopped on the Sopchoppyone I II |I Firearms, Crime Laboratory I fertilization, disease and insect
yard line by an offside pen Procedure, Rules of Evidence, control.
alty on fourth down. I Lions Club I I Methods in dealing with Juvenile Harvesting and handling potatoes
Sopchoppy, although movingthe Offenders and many other to prevent decay, Dr. D. D.
ball well, could not sustain In World Wide I I subjects relating to modern law Methodist Gull.
their drives. Late in the second 'enforcement procedure and the The labor situation for next

quarter, a Sopchoppy end founda Essay ContestThe prevention of crime. Church Initiates season, Bill Anderson.
Bunnell defender out of position Students attending this school, Stored potatoes, stocks and
and hauled in a pass and i Bunnell Lions Club, together represented County, Municipaland Mission outlook for next season, Mason
ran it 60 yards for their only with Lions Clubs throughout I State law enforcement Project Marvel.
the world, is sponsoring a
score. agencies throughout Florida. The first Methodist Church of The meeting will adjourn at
Trailing 6-0 opening the sec. world-wide essay contest. According -I' The extremely diversified pro I Bunnell has initiated a mission 9:30: p. m. Arrangements for this
ond half, the Bulldogs of Bun. to Lion President J. gram emphasized current trendsIn project of the Deland District of presentation were made by the
nell looked like an entirely different Kelly of the local club, a J'I I the increased use of sciencein the Methodist Churches. The Agricultural Extension and Ex-
ball club. Taking the gress report of the contest I law enforcement and enforcement plan calls for the churches of perment Station staffs.
kickoff, they marched steadily made today at their regular I specialists. the Deland District to participatein
down the field and climaxed meeting.The a program which will supporta : District Officers
their drive with a 27 yard pass contest is open to young DAVID COOK WINS full-time missionary in a -foreign
from Cowart to Henry Bowers for people who will be 14 but less I field.
the touchdown: The try for the than 22 years of age as of January FIRST PLACE IN Miss Virginia Chapman of Guests of Bunnell

extra point failed and the score 15, 1967.Contestants. j FISHING TOURNEY Sanford is serving in Uruguay, Lions Club
was knotted at 66. should. submit and comes from First Methodist
Following this kickoff came their entry In essay form, not to Final standings have been announced Church in Sanford. She has been Guests of Bunnell Lions Club
an exchange of punts and exceel 5,000 words. Students j for this oldest city's an. chosen ito be the District-Wid e Tuesday Included District 350
another sustained drive by the wishing to enter the contestshpuld I nual fishing tournament, sponj5ored.by representative in World Missions District Governor Wells Moon
.. .contact-Kennethv,D.-Hev-.. fhe Ancjent City Game
Bulldogs. Offensive thrustt &y : for the Deland District. and Deputy District Governor
Don Moore and Mike Zimmerle ring Supervising Principal of I Fish Association and the St. Total support of a missionary is Melvin Prather. Also Bob Wal
combined with the long chunksof Bunnell High Schol or Leroy A. Augustine and St. Johns County $4500 per year. The First Methodist lace and Howard Lerch were
yardage picked up by Cow- Hunter, Supervising Principal of I Chamber of Commerce. Church of Bunnell has guests. They were introduced by
art and Bill Harris on the option I Carver High School to get full | Some 25 visitors placed in this : pledged 10 percent or $450 of Lion George Moody.
play moved the ball into details of the contest. I year's competition, with persons this amount. Mr. Moon gave a very Interesting .
scoring position. Again Cowart The contest offers $50,000 In from as far away as Michigan, Literature is presently being and informative talk on
kept the ball on the option and I total awards. Essays are to be I I New York and Indiana entering distributed throughout the De. the Lions National Essay Con.
waltzed into the end zone from written on one of the most Important fine catches in the 14 categories, land District describing this pro. test which is now in progress.
18 yards out. Cowart ran for the subjects in the world consisting of two place visitors ject, and inviting the churchesto The topic of the essay Is "World
extra point and the game was I today-PEACE. I divisions and one place local participate. Peace." Prizes for the essay con
decided. section for each category. Visi test range from the local club

Jack Sparkman, playing the County Chamber tors weer given an extra chance, level to the national prize.A .
finest game of his career, drew for they were eligible for both FATHER OF JAMES new member, Richard C.
the visitors and local sections Duke, highway patrolman was
for 'Of
the praise of his teammates Commerce To
Bill and could easily knock out a CRAIG DIES IN voted In as a new member of
his defensive performance.
local man's catch. Local entries the club.
Harris also turned in a good defensive Elect OfficersThe ARKANSASA.
as did John John. I consisted of those persons who I Jack Holt reported the Club
son. Offensively game Walton Cowart Flagler County Chamberof resided in St. Johns County or H. Craig of Jonesboro, Ark., I had received $39.00 from the
stood out as he ran the option Commerce members will meet I the nearby counties of Clay, Du- died September 24 after an Illness gum ball machine project dur-'
play perfectly time and again at 8 o'clock tonight (Thursday) t| val, Flagler and Putnam. of several months. He was ing July and August. President
each time gaining long yardage.For in the Commissioners room at I Some very impressive entries 76 years of age. Funeral serviceswere I' Jimmy Kelley presided at the
the Bulldogs, It was a hard the Courthouse.The I were listed in this year's results. held at Jonesboro Tuesday. meeting.
earned victory but the young ballots, which were mailed Mary Roberts of Jacksonville, Survivors Include the widow
men from Bunnell showed that out last week, will be count I; Florida, placed first in the Trout of Jonesboro; 1 daughter, Mrs. I ARTS AND CRAFTS
they are capable of playing with ed electing the 14 directors to local division with an 11 pound George Watson of Kansas City, CLASS TO MEET
anyone comparable in size. serve. After the Directors are I catch, considered to be one of Mo; 2 sons, James Craig of Bun. NEXT MONDAYMrs.
elected they will meet and elect the largest ever entered in the nell, and Everett Craig of Essex, Willis White said today
For Coach Howard Reynolds, officers for the Chamber.The tournament. Also deserving special i Mo; eleven grand children and the Arts 'and Crafts Class will
the victory kept a long unbeaten Steering Committee has I note are a 36 pound Cobia' two great grand children. Also meet at the Recreation Hall at
string going. His teams have not held several planning and discussion entered by Mike Philips of Pa. i surviving are three brothers and Flagler Beach next Monday afternoon
been defeated since October of meetings in the past I,latka, Florida, and a 41 pound' two sisters. I at 1 o'clock. They will
1962 when his Bellvue High (Ky.) three weeks. They decided to |I I Amberjack cought by M. C. Holbrook meet each Monday afternoon
team turned In a record of 611. elect five members from the of East Point, Georgia. I RETRIEVING GLASS I from 1 to 4 p. m. at the city
This week the Bulldogs travelto Flagler Beach area, five from the On the local scene, Bunnell I building.All .
St. Augustine for a Saturday Bunnell area and four from the resident David Cook will receive' EYE .A MYSTERY AT ladles wishing to Join the
evening tussel with the St. Joseph i County area. Ballots were mailed first place local award in the SILVER SPRINGS class may attend the meeting
Academy. St. Joe last week I to all members who have I Kingfish category for his 33 Monday. The program is spon
lost a heartbreaker 7.6 game ,to I paid up dues. pound 8 ounce catch. He will be Maintenance divers at Flor.Ida's sored by the Daytona Beach
Callahan, the pre season favo The Chamber is in the processof invited to Join the approximate. Silver Sprnlgs annually re Junior College.
rite to win the St. Johns River being reactivated after a ly 38 winners who will receive trieve an odd assortment of objects
Conference. This game is a must lapse of about two or three years. i their trophies at the annual from the woter; but one
for both teams. St. Joe needs it I Fishing Banquet, scheduled for found this week tops the list. effects.
to keep alive its hopes of a con BULLDOG BOOSTERS I St. Augustine during the latter Would you believe a Glass Spring maintenance divers inaddition
ference title while for Bunnellit part of October or early Novem Eye? to retrieving lost articles
could mean not only another MEET TONIGHTAT ber. Roy Carpenter, maintenancediver serve as underwater win
notch toward a conference championship Is called on frequently to dow washers in the sub-surface
I but it also could boost CIVIC CENTERThe Although sweet peppers are retrieve glasses, cameras, false Aquatorium, the Glass Bottom
! the Buldogs toward their best Bulldog Boosters will meet native to tropical America, their teeth, rings and a varied assort Boats, and generally keep the
[ season In years. tonight( Thursday) at the Bun- culture and use were widespreadin .ment of personal effects dropped 14 spring groups free of trash.
, nell Civic Center, President Lew Europe before they became by tourists in the springs, but Pleasure diving in the springsis
Wadsworth said today. All memo popular In the United States. the glass eye is a "first." prohibited by law.
Tourists the Glass Bottom How the glass got in the
on eye
More than 200 species of ocean bers are urged to attend and all
r fish are known or believed to be parties interested in the Flagler membership this year and looks I Boat ride have to lean out of the water is a mystery. But anyone
venomous. Among them are County Athletic Association are I forward to doing a lot of good I boats to hand feed the fish, a missing an eye can claim same,
' stingrays, scorpion fish, and certain -I I I invited to the meeting.The for all boy and girl athletes this I J highlight ofthe ride, and when says Carpenter, by identifyingcolor
sharks. Boosters have a larger 'year. I they do they often drop personal and shape of same.



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TWO THE FfrAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA __ Thursday, Sept._ 29, 1966( _

The World's largest aircraft Though sharks are rarely

Boys Ranch BeginsIts i I turntable ((114 feet in diameter) eaten in this country, they area

I is used at the Piper Aircraft popular dish in many sectionsof

Tenth Year Call On Us |, Corporation plant in Vero Beach, Europe and the Orient.

I ,. I Florida.
..,.,.... -- IV The Florida Sheriffs I RALPH J. SMITH
Boys I O. F. ALTTORD Plaintiff

Ranch located at Live Oak, will I : I. VII.

mark the beginning of its 10th I Registered VIOLET L. IlTHbefendant.NOTIC' .

year on October 2 with ceremon I I Real Estate Broker I THE STATK OK TO FLORIDA.InN TOVIOLET '

ies dedicating new facilities val. When Bunnell FloridaNOTICE 1320 Anderson L. SMITlf Avenue}!
ued at $120,000. ..... .
I !!>;! T- Fort Myers, Florida

Open to the public, the cere -OK-StALK-- You are hereby notified thatI..
suit has been filed against you In
monies will be held at 2
p. m. Notice la hereby given that under the above entitled cause: and you
and will feature an address by and pursuant to that certain Final are hereby required to file your
Decree of Foreclosure and Sales answer with the Clerk of this
Dr. J. B. Culpepper, Chancellorof I rendered on the 23rd day of September I Court and to serve' a copy thereof
the State University Systemof A. D. 1966 by the Honor I upon the plaintiff or plaintiff's. attorney -
Melton, one of the
and address Is'
Florida. You Need Judgeeoofethe Seventh Judicial Circuit : DONALD; E. BUCK
of the State of Florida and 108 St. George StreetSt.
The facilities to be dedicatedare for Flagler yCOenntlin that certaincause Augustine Floridanot
a $60,000 All-Faiths Chapel In the Cir later than October 29th, A. D.,
County Florida
cult Court of Flagler 1966.
financed with thousands of contributions In Chancery, wherein Citizens If you fall to do so, decree pro
Bank of Bunnell, a State Banking confesso will be entered against
in memory of deceased Company, was nt you for the relief demanded In the
relatives friends CLYDE I* HALL was defendant, of nature
and ; the bill of
the undersigned -
being case No. 5311 I said suit bePDIVORCEWITNESS
$15,000 Lloyd S. Bostwick Memorial I Clerk of the Circuit CourtIn
Flagler County, Florida, will on
Library financed by Mr. Monday, the 10th day of > my hand and seal of
Bostwick's widow a resident of GOODPrinting A. P. 1966.! at the North front said Court this 23rd day of September -
of the Flagler County CourthouseIn A. D. 1966.
St. Petersburg; and the $45,000 Bunnell, Flagler County, Florida GEORGE M. MOODY
the regular and legal Official Seal of
during ( ) Court
Nellie G. Laws Memorial Build. hours of sale, offer for sale and Clerk

ing, financed by Willliam Doug. sell at public outcry to the highest Bys/ Joyce Patrick
and best bidder therefor Deputy Clerk
lass Laws, Clermont citrus grow. cash In hand In order to satisfythe Sept. 29, Oct. 6, 13, 20-ltC
said Final i Decree of Foreclosure
er, in memory of his wife. and Hale aforesaid, the following I.V THE CIRCUIT COURT, SEVKNTII -
The Laws building will housea described personal property, being JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IV
In Flagler County, Florida, to. AND FOIL FLAGLER COUNTY,
commercial type laundry and wit: FLORIDA.
1966 Ford Falrlane 500. Model 40
IN CHANCERY. No. (1.106.
storage facilities for boys' cloth 2 Dr. ID No. 6A408202606. WILLIAM HAMELMANN

Ing, food and household sup- Dated at Bunnell Flagler County Plaintiff,
26th of September -
Florida, this day VI.

The Boys Ranch, a home for Clerk of the MOODYAs Circuit NOTICE Defendant TO DEFEND

needy and worthy boys 11 miles Court of Flagler County THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO
north of Live Oak, was foundedby By /sJoyce Patrick O. Box: 17

the Florida Sheriffs Association Deputy Clerk JACKSON MISSOURI
Sept. 29 ltc.
You are hereby notified that a.
on October 2, 1957.It suit has been filed against you In
the above entitled cause; and
now has an enrollment of JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IK you
OFFICE FORMS are hereby required to file your answer
100 boys from all sections of AND FI.ORIDA.FOR IN FLAGLEH CHANCERY COUNTY NO.,,, with the Clerk of this Court,
and to serve a copy thereof upon
Florida and a physical plant ft.123. the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
LELA WRIGHT, whose name and address Is:
valued at over $1,000,000. It is ENVELOPESINVOICES Plaintiff. W. L. WADSWORTHP.

financed entirely by the voluntary VI. O. Box 896
EDDIE WRIGHT, Bunnell, Floridanot
contributions; Defendant. later than October 29, 1966.
NOTICE TO APPEAR If you fall to do so. decree pro
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: confesso will be entered againstyou
BOY SCOUTS TAKE EDDIE WRIGHT for the relief demanded In the
73 Fifth Street
bill of
complaint. The
nature of
CANOE TRIP AT Elizabeth. New Jersey said suit being for divorce.
You are hereby notified that a WITNESS hand and seal of
TOMOKA PARKThe suit for divorce has been filed my
LETTER HEADS said Court this 22nd day of Septem-
against In the above entitled
Boy Scout Troop of Flag. you ber 1966.
cause and you are hereby requiredto
ler Beach left Friday afternoonfor serve upon Plaintiff's Attorney (Official Seal) Clerk of said

Tomoka State Park for a BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS hereon whose name your and written address defense appear If f Bye/Circuit Court

camping and canoeing trip. any, to the Bill of Complaint 1 In Deputy Joyce lfrtrll'k
said suit,
on or before the 8th day
Those transporting the Scouts of October. 1966. else decree pro Sept. 29. Oct. 6, 13 20-410.

were Mr. Wallace, Mr. Prather,, you.confesso will be entered against I.V TUB CIRCUIT COURT EV-
Mr. Bourne and Mrs. Arnold.On WITNESS my hand and seal of FLURIDA. I.V AND FOR FLACJ-
said Court this 2nd day of Sep
1.:1'OlNTY: ,
arrival we put up tents tember 1966. NO. .J71. IJT CHANCERY-

and four boys, Ken Whitney GEORGE M. MOODY IN HE: Adoption of
BILL HEADS (Ortlclal Seal) Julia R. Harvey DAVID JOSEPH WAKE-

Grady Prather, Jr., Wayne Hutchinson W. L. WADSWORTlfPost Deputy Clerk. MAN

and Lee Bourne went for Office Box 896 an adult.
canoes. While paddling back RULED FORMS Bunnell Attorney Florida for Plaintiff T MANAIandCBERNICI7 D WAKE-

got lost and had to carry the Sept 8-15-22'29-4tc WAKEMAN, whose residence BROWN Is

canoes about a mile overlandd., NOTICE OF !SALE I unknown.
The way they got back the troop TICKETS and TAGS TOLL You are PERSONS hereby WHOMSOEVER notified that I: the that a petition for the adoption of
male, adult DAVID
built a large fire and we came have levied upon the interest of JOSEPH
Krantz Motors Inc., in and to the WAKEMAN. was filed in
the above
toward ItSaturday property hereinafter described anda cause on the 26th day of
sale will be held at the front door September 1966 by EZRA JOSEPH
we left for the CIiAFFEF
trip. of the Flakier! County Court House and MARGARET B.
We went about 15 miles one way In Bunnell, Florida commencing CHAFFEE and you are hereby
CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS commanded to be and In the
between the hours of 11 o'clock In appear
and we stopped every 30 to 40 the forenoon and 2 o'clock In the above-numed court on or before
minutes to swim little and afternoon of the 3rd day of Oc show 8th day of November, 1966 to
a tober. A. I).. 1966. of property cause, I It any there be why
then returned. levied 1 upon by me and hereinafter be the petition for adoption should not

On this trip these were on tlon described in my, under hands Writ Issued of pursuant Execu: DATED granted., 1966.this 26th day of September -

the stern, Lee Bourne, Bob Wale to In the that Small certain Claims Judgment Court.entered Flair- GEORGE M. MOODY

lace, Ken Whitney, and David ler County. Florida on the 21th (Circuit Courts Clerk of said Court
day of March. A. D., 1968 and re Joyce
Johnson. The middle Tim By
man, corded In Official Records Book 18, / / Patrick
Carmody Hutchinson page 354. Public Records of Deputy Clerk
Wayne ler County Florida. Sept. 29-Oct. 6, 13, 20-4 tc

Terry McNitt, Jail Hein, Lee The property to be sold Is the IV TIIR

Bourne. On the bow was Grady ty property Florida situate., to-wlt in: Flagler Coun IV AND COUNTY FOR FLAOLKR JVDGE'4 COURT COUNTY I

Prather, Lee Strickland, David We Don't Do The MostPRINTING No.Hunter 691556E wheel balancer serial IN RE, 'IOIUOA.: Estate' of IN: PROBATE.

Miller, Bruce Arnold, Mr. Wale 1-% ton Chain Hoist & Attach THEODORE H. WEBER
lace said "All the boys can pad. ments Hawkins Press Serial No. NOTICE orroOfC I
die the bow but need more ex 1 1086 A11 the estate of
Acetylene THEODORE H. WEBER deceased
perience on the sterns." ting outfit and cut are hereby notified and required to
Bulldog electric welder file any claim or demands which
Grady Prather Wayne Hutchinson model
175 serial 6233 elhemh cal against said estate
Lee Strickland, David Blackhawk floor Jack in the county judge of
1-Wards bench vise Flagler County. Florida, In the
Miller, Were trying for swim. 1-Cyl head courthouse at Bunnell. Florida.
surfacing machine.
mlng merit badges. One had But We Do Some of the Best (30 1 Snap-on battery charge. No. Ii I within hf. date six* calendar the first Publication months from of

to stop because a large alligatorwas Crankshaft. grinding machine "' notice. Each claim or demandmUlt
(portable) No. 454OO I be In writing and must state
coming toward us. Two 1-Wood office desk the Place or residence and post-
more showed Prestollte battery office address of the claimant and
up. 1-A20H Mopar battery 1s be sworn to by the claimant
Saturday night every one slept 10-Junk batteries become agent 5 his attorney or It will

well and Sunday morning Weldlng dolly void according to law.
everyone Keystone camper September 29th. 1966.
ate and went swimming and 1-Steam cleaner Florence E.: Schwenk
Radiator core Executrix: of the Estate of
then got ready to go home. Welding helmet THEODORE H. WEBER.

All the Scouts agreed it was Creepers Growler deceased.Sept. 29, Oct. 6, 13. 20-4 tc

the best camp yet. Dial 4373282The 1-Timing light IY TUB
1-Alley voltammeter set COUNTY JUDGK COURT
By Grady Prather. 3-Chairs IY AND FOR FLAGLER COUNWEBER -
- 1--Office desk Tt'E FLORIDA. IN' PRODA TE.

1:1;- feB welding pully kit set and box : THEODORE Estate of H. -

iIIlr llftagltr( SribunrIHJNNELL tools 1-Tool cabinet with assorted NOTICE Df'eealed.Of PnoBATH
Automatic PERSONS
FLORIDA battery tester :
4-Rubber floor mats I You are hereby notified that a
MRS. MB. FULLER. Editor 15li'41 H. P. air compressor No. be written; instrument purporting to
aJfJ will and testament of
tos the Interest said Cide.nut has been admitted to
DelcBated B.w..*..r fee all Inc.. In and saidapnropert- probate ,. court. You are hereby -
Legal Atrtrttilmg will be offered for sale and sold. commanded within six calendar -
llc outcry or sales will pub first months from the date of the
to the highest and best Ubl"cl<5n this notice to
Entered as second class matter bidder for cash and will continue appear. this court and showtft
February 6. iw, at the postofflce Tribune from day to day until said prop It any you can why the ac-
at Bunnell. Florida under Flagler erty Is sold or said Writ of Executlon :- >n ot this court In admitting laid
Act of March E. 1MIOM fi and Judgment are satin- unrevoked.to probate should not stand
I I A. D. this 25th day of August /./ T. K. McKnllfht
year tTB i960 County Judge Flagler
SU: .....*. ______1 Signed: P. A. EDMONSON. County, Florida.
Sept Sheriff of Fla.gler Count First. PUbllcatlon- September %9.

Sep. 29, Oct. 8, 13, 20 4tc.'PAG .


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i costs and should not be charged

Too Late !.to Medicare. The Johnson inquiry .
will try to determine Quantity Right

whether Medicare did or did not WE GIVE MET ReservedC.
To Classify affect rising costs. ..
Besides the threat of rising
a-y RusMll Ken medical costs, one section of the TOP PRICES GOOD

Medicare Act itself has been Thurs., Fri.
Since of MedicareIt
the advent
appears that doctors, hospitalsand I called a peril to the entire pro VALUE SUPER MARKET and dyat.

nursing homes have Jackedup gram. The section is Title 19 Sept. 29, 30 and

their charges until they have nicknamed "Medicaid". Those Oct. 1 and 3
become a "gouge". who qualify for benefits under STAMPS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.
So alarming has the situation Title 19 would receive hospitalcare Tel. 4373201U.

become that President Johnson and physician services en

1} has called for a federal Investi! tirely free of charge. People eli
' gible for Medicare but not cov- S. ChoiceCHUCK
,. gation. During a White House
; meeting the President told erel by Title 19 must pay a min FLORIDA GRADE "A"

Health, Education and Welfare mum of 20 per cent of medical FRESHFRYERS STEAK Lb. 59'Round
f costs. Title 19 further extends
Secretary John W. Gardner to
find out why medical costs have assistance to elderly persons to I
include the blind, the permanently Bone
risen over seven per cent duringthe
disabled, the needy and
l' past year. their dependent children. FAMILY
STEAK Lb. 69'
Some doctors blame their fee
Chief criticism of Title 19 is
Increases the Medicare
on pro that it fails to set a "means"test
gram and claim they had to U. S. ChoiceROUNDSTEAK'b.
to determine what income
raise their rates to protect themselves .
group should be considered"needy"
I' against the federal min and eligible for free LB.25 89'Juicy
imum Other doctors
charge. I medical care. In New York State,
claim that they have not raised I
for example, critics point out
their rates because of Medicare TenderCUBE
that free medical care would be
but because of the rise
f steady provided to nearly one-half of
in the cost of living and the the state's population, includinga Limit (2) with $5.00 or more STEAK Lb. 89*
of medical
I mounting sup.
large number of families in food order
, plies and equipment, drug costs th middle income brackets. State
and similar items. Lean JuicyPORK
officials estimate that in New
out that medical fees have
York the Medicare program
been rising for the past two STEAK Lb. 63"sst
would cost $532 million of federal FOLGER'SRegular
because of
years general rising
funds alone during the first ( or Drip)
year of operation. World's

WANT ADSListings I In addition to the large dent COFFEE GROUND

In the federal treasury, experts BEEF 2.Lb... 99
predict that other states tryingto
under this heading art keep pace with New York
3 cents a word. each Insertion.
75 cents is the minimum charge would broaden their programsto Lb.
a point where the federal GROCERY BARGAINSMorton's
SOFA BED, 2 platform rockers, costs would stagger far beyond

4500. Manual Alaska quick ice what Congress expected to spend ( or )
cream freezer, $4.00. Jerry's when Title 19 was written Into
Furniture and Appliances, Old the Act. si'Cf( 102ed -oz.: 25*

Dixie Highway, 2 miles south of Like most government programs .

Korona. Phone 4373572. 9-29-ltc Medicare is providing
Mueller's ((0. F.) (Med. Wide)
bureaucrats with an opportunityto or
FOR RENT-Furnished 2-bedroom Limit ((1)) with $5.00 or more
duplex apartment, screen turn it Into a run away setup food order pIt oz
porch. 4373304. 929tf. where not only the needy NOODLES 2 **' 35
elderly but a large segment of
FOR SALE-2 Samsonlte suitcases 'the population can qualify as

used very little. Phone "needy" and cost the taxpayers SUNLITE ( Can) Scott (Jumbo)

4373528. 9-29-ltc. plenty.Like all new legislation, med. TOWELS 3 Rolls Te
FOR SALE-14 foot house trail
icare is full of holes as well as
er, overnlghter, ready to go, good and calls for intensive
refrigerator, TV and record play study loopholes to determine Just how it (Plain) While It Lasts)
er, many other Items. See It on .
Is to operate and what limitations
Lambert Ave., 2nd house on ca FLOUR
5 Bag 35'DAIRY
are Imperative if it is to ;
nal, Flagler Beach. Albert Pluff. 8
9-29-ltc. operate successfully as original.

ly intended.
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HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bedrooms "Needy" is a difficult word to 99
with swimming pool, close to define and If all who contend FRESH PRODUCE

school and beach. Call Meekins, they are "needy" become eligible Cans
439.2006. 922tf. to free hospital and medicalcare Red or Golden (Delicious)

we are in trouble. BIG

children five, six, or seven, who Limit ((8)) with $5.00 or more
may be interested in tap or order
ballet lessons, please contact Yellow CelloBAG
Miss Helene Bryan at 439-2373, UNIVERSITY OF Lb.

r Flagler Beach. 9222tc. FLORIDA STUDENT ONIONS 3 Bag 33'

KRAFT (All Purpose)
completely furnished. AlA and Crisp Fresh
9th Street, Flagler Beach. Call Herndon, president of OIL

Mrs. Bob Nolan, 749.2309, Seville, I the Agricultural EconomicsClub LETTUCE.Head .25
Fla. 9-22-tfc. and a Junior In the Collegeof

---- Agriculture, won third placein
FOR SALE-2 bedroom home, the 1966 Public Speaking

garage, on waterfront, tile roof, Contest at the annual meetingof FROZEN FOODS
central heat, 128 Palm Circle, the American Farm Economic
Flagler Beach, terms, Cletus I Association at College Park, 320 Big Scoop.Assorted( Flavors)

Strauser. Sept. 15, Maryland, recently. 4 l

FOR RENT-Two bedroom tc.1 contest There from were departments 28 entries In of ag the Btl. ICE MILK c al. 49

ished house on Central Ave.,
ricultural economics represent.
Flagler Beach. Phone 4392310. .
ing 18 Land-Grant Universities.Herndon's
915tc. BAKERY DEPT.food
speech was entitled .
Limit ((1)) with $5.00 or more
FOR SALE-2 bedroom, living "Synthetics, Substitutes, and order Big 20 Oz. Everfresh
room, bath, kitchen home In the United States Agriculture." His
Hlllcrest area, Flagler Beach. faculty adviser Is Dr. Leo Polo.
Phone 4392137. 91tf. polus, who is also faculty adviser BREAD 4 Loaves 95'Everfresh

to the Agricultural Economics
SEPTIC TANK Cleaning; drain Club.Hemdon .
fields Installed; Rota-Roter snail presented his award. Pillsbury's Canned

shell. Reasonable prices. Call winning speech to the Agricultural CINNAMON
George Jarosz, 437.3410 8-1-tf Economics Club at Its BISCUITS BUNS Pkg. 25

........ ....,.....,... monthly meeting Tuesday at MC'I

night, each ant clings to a
WATER ACREAGESee FRONT, FRONT'I neighbor to form a living rope Monday..8:00 to 7:00 p. m. Thur.day..8:00 to 7:00 p. m.

with their tens of thousands of Tue.day..8:00 to 7:00 p. m. Friday....................8:00 to 8:00 p. m.
for real estate needs
us your
bodies. The mass of bodies,
Office Phone HE 9.2242 I Wednesday..8:00 to 7:00 p. m. Saturday..8:00 to 8:00 p. m.Thursday .
hanging from a vine or log to
Residence Phones ID 7.3691
the ground, makes a snug, safe
or ID 7-3517
camp for the queen. .

Thursday, Sept. 29

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Principal and 6th Grade. The box of books that her son had SQUIRREL STEALS

Flagler Beach School also has kindly sent us-fine reference FROM
fafJe three specialty teachers this books and fiction, all cloth
eac year. They are Addison Webber; bound and some excellent paper CAMPER AT PARK
Band; Miss Anne Adams, Art; backs. Books arrived from aChlldren's
and Miss Barbara Fields, music. Book Club the Library Rangers at Tomoka State Park
Other members of the staff has joined. Brilliant colors- near Ormond Beach are lookingfor
WEDDING RECEPTION FB PTA SETS CARNIVAL the happiest squirrel in the
II Mrs. Leonard Johnson print-stories chosen by
are: large
SUNDAY TO HONOR MR. retary; Mrs. Charles Met> Parent's Magazine.A I world.A .

AND MRS. LYMAN GAGE The Flagler Beach Parent school aid; Mrs. Les Waterman, to the beach, Miss camper In the park left his

There will be a Wedding Re. Teachers Association' met last I cafeteria manager; Mrs; Gene Beatrice newcomer Macahill, starts off a false teeth on a picnic table,
ception on Sunday, October 2nd, Tuesday with a good attendance. Spivey, cafeteria helper; and section in the Library turned away for a minute and
at the Flagler Beach Methodist I Mrs. Harry Strickland, president, Mr. Anthmony Panchella, cus cookbook of famous French looked up to find a squirrel
with a a
Fellowship Hall, 1520 South introduced the other new officers; todian. with his
cookbook. Honestly compels us scampering away den
Tom Carmody, vice-president I
Daytona Avenue, honoring Mr. ;
how to spell tures.
to admit we forget
and Mrs. Lyman Gage. Mrs. WHlard Arnold, secretaryand
the name of the great French The squirrel was last seen
All friends and relatives of Mr. Mrs. Don Kaufman,
and Mrs. Gage are invited to urer.' Treas'l( Books Are My DishBy chef who wrote It-and we are running through the woods witha
Guest in no mood for looking it up in big smile on his face.
call between 3 and 5 p. m. speaker was Dorothy Homcras
Harris, Jr., Superintendent of a dictionary at the moment.

BENEFIT BRUNCHMrs. Public Instruction, introduced by i Over at the Flagler Beach Public .
W. E. Fennell, Jr., Principal. Mr. Library. books fill the aisles,
E. P. Fleurie and Mrs. V. the chairs and tables
Harris gave an enlighteningtalk i pile up on
24 HourWrecker
W. Haines entertained Invited on certification and the I I and spill out of the window so Service
guests to on "Eleven O'clock school budget and their relation. I that Ace will have a hard time VV
Brunch" last Wednesday at the ship. A question and answer getting to his jail in a hurry un
Fleurie home at 115 N. 4th St.' period followed. 'I less we get to work. & Tractor Co.
Proceeds went the Flagler The first grade won the room Book pockets, cards, glue, more Flagler
Woman's Club Library and Ed. count, with about 60 percent of I glue. Is this book fish, animalor
ucational funds. Door prize win. its parents attending. The group mineral? Cataloguing. Most MASSEY-FERGUSON
ners were Mrs. May Hendren voted to hold only four meetingsthis of this chaos is Marge Givin's Grove Farm Industrial Equipment

and Mrs. Charles Sindelar. year and set the Halloween fault. She brought over a carload VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
Carnival date for Saturday, October of books Saturday and what FloridattXX&XM
GARDEN CLUB NEWS 29th. There Will be a pa. I. books-a complete set of books, Owner Bunnell,
The first fall meeting of the rade proceeding the carnival and all photographs of World WarII.

Flagler Beach Garedn Club, will then the booths, sponsored by We stopped work for the day % :.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.,4
he held October 4th, at the homeof each grade, will be opened. to look at them. A clothboundset 1..4 .

Mrs. Albert Junengling at There will also be a "spooky" of exotic mysteries, Egypt, I :?i HART REFRIGERATION j:|
1:30 p. m. with Mrs. Gilbert movie shown later in the eve the desert you know. Some of
Frank co-hostess. ning. Robert Louis Stevenson. The Library 8

Members of the Executive Teachers at the Flagler Beach Is on the way to havingan :*: AND :*<
Board of Officers for the 1966.67 I Elementary School this year are: entire set. He was our favo V
year are President, Mrs. C. O. Mrs.: Kenneth Herring, 1st grade; rite author for a long time. We
Magee; 1st vice president, Mrs. Mrs. Lee Bourne, 2nd grade; even dreamed we were readinga ::: ELECTRIC SERVICE |:::

Charles E. McCabe; 2nd vice Mrs. Addison Webber, 3rd Grade; book by him that had never
president Mrs. Alfred Juneng Mrs. Charles Anders (substituting been printed. Do you follow us? I ..4

ling; recording sec., Mrs. Frank temporarily for regular 4th Marge also brought along an entire :S.: Bunnell, Fla. Box 253.A, Rl :::
Brede; corresponding sec., Mrs. Grade Teacher, Mrs. Ed Somer. I set of an Encyclopedia. The .. Phone 437-3698 '.4

Albert Batten.Committee feldt); Mrs. Jennie Newell, 5th i day before Mr. and Mrs. Jueng- .:4. ,.,

chairmen are as Grade and W. E. Fennell, Jr., I I Inlg gave the Library a large >>io>ioioiozoio>ioioiO'io' >ioi4>i<*,.............................................................,
follows: program, Mrs. Charles
McCabe; horticulture, Mrs. F.
Cole and Mrs. Frank Schwenk;

Courtesy, Mrs. Walter! Mesheyand
Mrs. Alfred Juengling; con
servation and beauty, Mrs. Sue
Spivey and Mrs. Charles McCabe;
garden therapy, Mrs. Frank Bre cHivwouT
de and Mrs. Willis White; librarian

Mrs. Neil Givens; publicity
and scrap book, Mrs. Clyde

Duensing; parliamentarian, Mrs.R. .
K. Hirst and Mrs. F. Cole;
membership, Mrs. Hal Jordan;
telephone, Mrs. Albert Batten,
Mrs. Frank Brede and Mrs. Gilbert 1 1C0i

Frank; auditors, Mrs. Mar
tin Fuelling and Mrs. Hannah


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I Association Bunnell membership Parent-Teacher drive is Pork Chops

I progressing and all those who
i have not already sent in their i
I memberships to the school are
asked to send in their 50c memo lb 73
I bership ty Friday, September 30. .
Mrs. Mike Steflik, Membership
I Chairman, said
slips were sent
U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
,out last week to all parents by
the school children. The rooms
I rece iving the largest percentageof lb. 53

prizes.new members will win

Mrs. Steflik said the membership

U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
cards will be issued at the
November 21 meeting of the
P-T-A. STEAKS Ib. 63'

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ANNOUNCEDMr.. and Mrs. L. S. Cody of MEETING.- Allen MONDAYDr. Reynolds attendeda PICNICS Ib. 43Lean <

Bunnell and Merritt Island an meeting of the Dental Association
nounce the engagement of their in Orlando Monday. The
daughter, Linda Jean to Mr.'I subject was on dental occuslon.

William Davis Millican of Pa- I He also recently attended a Western BOSTON BUTT Small MeatySPARE
latka. ,two day meeing in Jeykel Island

The bride elect is a graduate I on proshetic denistry. He PORK ROAST RIBSlb.
of the Bunnell High School and was Joined on the weekend by
is now attending the Universityof 'his family who enjoyed sightseeing lb. .
Florida in Gainesville. She is there. Sge 63e

a member and recording secretary I
of the Zata Tau Alpha so
rority. JOHNSON BOMANThe I Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D (2-2Vz lb. Avg.) CUT TO ORDER
announcement has been
Mr. Millican is the son of Mrs. made of the recent marriage of
Emily Millican and the late,Mrs. Helen Boman to Mr. Mal
John E. Millican of Palatka. He I colm L. Johnson, both of Artesia lbM 31
is a graduate of Palatka High Park.
School and attended the Abra The couple were married in a
ham Baldwin Agricultural Col quiet ceremony in the Office of
lege. In the army he was a mem County Judge T. K. McKnight.
ber of the Special Forces station. Judge McKnight performed the
ed in Germany. ceremony.The I Ask G. C. For Special Meats Cut To Your SatisfactionLyke's
couple are residing in Ar
The wedding is being planned I tesia Park. r
for December 17 at the First
of Bunnell. I 15 oz. Can
Methodist Church I Mrs. Neva Eisenbach has returned
For $< TOO
-- --- FOLGER'SOur
i i to her home here alter BEEF STEW 3
DORCAS CLASS TO I a visit in Vero Beach with her
HAVE REUNION I son in law and daughter, Mr. Value No. 303 Can COFFEE
MONDAY EVENINGThe and Mrs. John Sutherland and For
I family. She was accompanied SWEET PEAS 7 $100 lb.
Dorcas Class of the First
I home by Mrs. Sutherland for a 1 Tin 47 e
Baptist Church of Bunnell, will short i stay. Sunburst (Carton of Six 10 oz. Size)
hold a installation of officer: SOFT Each Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
and a Class Reunion on Monday f I John Cyzycki has returned to DRINKS(No Deposit) 39C
October 3, at 7 m.
evening p. his home in Korona after an extended
They are inviting all former I visit with his son in law Big Chief 21/4 lb. Pkg.
members and charter membersto I and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Joe LONG Each 3L f DAIRY SPECIAL-
attend.A I Panella and family of Merido- GRAIN RICE $ 1
covered dish supper will be sia, 111.Mrs. Kraft Delux SLICED 12 oz. Pkg.
served at the Church at 7 p. m.I Old Milwaukee Plus Deposit CHEESE Ea. SSe

I Robert Moody 3rd, and (6 Pak
RETURNS HOME I children, Bobby, Donald, and BEER 12 oz.Btls.) Ea. 7ge Kraft 1/ Gal.

Chuch Herr, son of Mr. and I Timmy, have recently arrived
Mrs. O. K. Herr, has returned to ''in Mt. Holly, N. J., from Foun- ORANGE JUICEE" 59C
'tainbeau, France. have
the home of his parents here j They
j been stationed in France the EVER CANESUGAR
after several weeks in the Bap
tist Hospital in. Jacksonville.i past year with the U. S. Army. FROZEN FOODS -
third Mr. Moody will be transfered to
Chuck received second and '
degree burns in an accident and another assignment. Morton's 14 oz. Size

the has hospital been receiving there. treatment He has also in!I I Mrs. F. J. Chambers underwent 5 Bag 29C CREAM PIES Each 29*
at the Putnam
improved sufficiently to begin
| County Memorial Hospital in Morton's CHICKEN BEEF TURKEY
school this week. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

Carl Kendall of Augusta,,Palatka Tuesday. T V DINNERS Vr 3ge

Georgia has been the guest of I DEEN REUNIONSET FRESH PRODUCE -
Mrs. John Kendall, Mr. and Mrs.
George Kendall, and Miss Mae FOR SUNDAY AT California RedGRAPES
Keifer, the past ,two weeks. FORT CLINCH PARKThe 2 "". 29C

Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Holland Jr.,i Deen Family, will hold SHORTENINGPOTATOES
and Mrs. Leona Knight spent their reunion Sunday, October 2, Georgia Red Sweet
several days last week in Miami 1966, at the Jetty Lodge, Fort lb"
attending the annual meet. Clinch State Park, Fernandina I 3 3ge 3lb. 4ge

ing of the Florida Fruit and Beach, Florida.
Vegetable Growers Association. The family, all descendants of Delicious BagAPPLES Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Martin, Jesse and Smith Deen,
4 A 4ge
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. sons of Nathan Deen, will return
Howell last week included his I to Fort Clinch for the third
brother in law and sister, Mr.1 I year for their reunion and pic
and Mrs. Coleman Hall of La- nic. The reunion has attracted
bell. I I many families from several
I Southern States.

Mr. and Mrs. James Tracey I These three Deen brothers
and young daughter, Elizabeth,I came in a covered wagon train
of Jacksonvile, were weekend I from Robeson County, N. C., to .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert I I Appling County, Ga. about 1822 Il
Allen. i when it was first being settled. 111
I They each reared large families
Airman 2nd Class Tommy I!I and their descendants numberin
Robertson is visiting here with the hundreds today, and
Phone 437-3227
and Mrs. Mark though they are scattered all
his family, Mr. OPEN SUNDAYS:
Hannah, for a two week fur. over the world, a larger number 8:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. U.s. No. 1 BUNNELL
lough. He is stationed at Chanute gather each year for the re
Airforce Base. union. Quantity Rights Referred Prices Good Sept. 29 and 30, Oct. 1,2,3, 1966

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Bun e1I dehJunior ,Skolar, Linda Our advisor is Mrs. Mary football dance at the Civic Cen
Smith, Pam Broadaway. The purposes of the ter. We plan to have the Installation -
gcl oJ NBW4 Steflik, Mary Ann Library Club are: (a) to develop service in about two
Townsend, Brenda leadership, personality, and citizenship weeks. RugBE sS1a
Class News Townsend, Carol ; (b) to give recognitionto '
Tucker, Colleen library assistants; (c) to enrich The club hopes to gain more
The Junior Class of Bunnell Waugh, Carol' the library science course I members as all girls, grades
High School held the first class nine through twelve, may Join
Wilson, Faith of Bunnell High School; (d) to
meeting for the election of of. Wilson, Joanne Improve library practices and to Tri-Hi-Y.
ficers. The officers elected were: promote higher standards of library Carol Townsend,
President, JoAnne Wilson. Projects: usage; (e) to arouse interest ReporterPETERSON I Prompt Service
Vice president, Ray Krutz. Miss Bunnell High Contest,
librarianship as a career The Flagler TribunePhone
Drive, Food Basket, and
Secretary, Perry Misslnne. Clothing
; and (f) to assist the librarian
Treasurer, Tony Parker.A Homecoming Parade are all and to enable her to -- -V' -- 437.3282
discussion was held for our sponsored by the Tri-Hi-Y Club. ,
give more to personal : i''
class rings. It was decided upon They also send a delegate to
service to the students. I I SERVICE
and we are in the process of receiving Tallahassee. Installation of officers ; RENEW YOURDRIVER'S
The Library Club will also I
them as we are mailingthe and a initiation of new plan several service and social I I.1 ROAD SERVICE LICENSE ,.b'
money this week. members. Tri-Hi-Y will enter a activities for the year. Light MechanicWork Junnall DURIHGYOURBMHMOHTH. ''
Phone 437-3441
Our magazine drive is under Homecoming car. ,1ns 55.54 5- __ .
way and will continue through Ginger Newell, I
Monday. We would appreciateyour ( F. T. A. News Reporter. I

order. Contact any ,Junior j
Officers for the Future Teachers Tri-Hl-Y
student. of America of Bunnell High : BROWN & BROWN INC.
Secretary and Publicity, School have been elected. : The first meeting of the Bun
Peggy Missinne The first club meeting was I nell High School Tri-Hi-Y Club
held on Thursday, September 15, I was held during the activity per INSURANCEOUR I
Tri-H1.Y but officers were not elected until I iod oni Thursday, September 22.

Officers for 1966-67, elected in Wednesday, September 21. The meeting was conducted by
1966 Those elected are as follows: I I the 1966-67 president, Anne I PHONE NUMBER IS
May, : I
Bourne.It .
President, Anne Bourne. President, Dale Abbott; vice president '
Vice president, Johnnie Ruth Anne Bourne; secretary, is a Trl-Hi-Y practice to 4373394CRAIG
Miller. Catherine Stanish; treasurer, elect officers at the end of the I

Secretary' Becky Robertson. Colleen Tucker, and reporter, previous school year. The other
Hugas. Carol Townsend.At officers elected were vice.pres.
Treasurer, Paqulta -
Chaplain, Janice Seale. the meeting, there was the ident, Johnnie Ruth Miller; secretary ] '
Reporter, Carol Linda Town- discussion of a ScholarshipFund Becky Robertson; treasurer
send. but the members haven't Ann Hugas; chaplain, Janice I'' FUNERAL HOME
decided on any amount as yet. Seale; and reporter, Carol
Membership Roll Dues were raised from last Townsend.The A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director

Bourne, Anne year's $1.10 to a present $1.60. members voted to have I JOHN CAPO. ManagerAIR
Bourne, KathyBroadaway This includes 10 cents that will one meeting per month and to
Sue go to the state F. T. A. treasury. collect $1.50 dues. LADYATTENDANT OXYGEN
Cook, Janet There were nineteen members Anne Bourne, president, gaveus CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
Deen, Delores present at the meeting and we the "purpose and meaningof AMBULANCES
Durrance, Cindy hope to have more! the Trl-Hl-Y Club."
Emery, Kathy Carol Townsend, Among our projects for the Phone ID 7-3532
Ford, Carol Reporter. year are: Holding an Installation
service and sponsoring a .
Hargett, Nancy Library Club News -- --. --
Hein, ViM .
Hugas, Paquita The Library Club of Bunnell
Kozlonskl, Helen High School held its first meet-
ing last Thursday to elect Its officers
. Lingold, Faye
Lingold, Linda for the 1966-67 school year. For tops in entertainment
The officers are as follows::
Lingold, Patsy
Miller, Johnnie Ruth I President, Johnnie Ruth Mill the "Magic 3".. .

Missinne, Peggy
Owens, Sandra ,er.Vice president, Arthur Me-

Pache, Barbara Daniel.
Price, Diana Secretary, Julie Wilkins.
Price, Karen I Historian, Faith Wilson.
Robertson, Becky Parlimentarian, Dennis Jank-
Scott, Sandi I owski.
Seale, Janice Reporter, Ginger Newell. i



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Farmers Being filed Form 3435-A with the I Program; the feed grain and cotton stated today that many years ceeds certain imlts.
county office, listing their social programs; and others. after the law was passed, many I Income from other sources
Asked For Social security or employer identification -I And, beginning January 1, widows and orphans of World must not exceed $1800 yearly
number. Requests for 1967; and each year thereafter, War II and Korean Conflict vet I for the widow, and $3,000 annually
Security NumbersIf the information were mailed last !I all such sight drafts made to erans are unaware of their eligibility ) for widow with a childor
I fall to each known producer who j producers under these programs, to pensons paid by the children. The income limit for
the ASCS office asks you I receives program payments. I will be reported to IRS without Veterans Administration.The orphants Is $1800 yearly exclusive
what your Social Security number Producers who receive direct regard to the amount. Producerswill pensions range from $27. of earned income. Dixon
is, please don't think that I program payments and who have be advised annually of the monthly to $64.00 monthly for urges all widows of World WarII
you are being singled out for:I not yet filed the form, however, program payments reported to widows; $4300 to $80.00 for a and Korean Conflict veterans,
special attention, cautions W. W. are asked to forward the information IRS, beginning with payments widow with dependents and for and guardians of orphans whose
Deen, Sr., Chairman, Agricultural to the county office by I made in 1967.WIDOWS. each child, $15.00 per month is parents served in the armed
Stabilization and October 1, 1966. i I added. The pension for orphantsis forces to contact their local Vet-
vation County Conser'j' For 1966, ASCS must report to ORPHANS $39.00 monthly. The benefit eran County Service Officer for
number is needed by the Internal Revenue Service OF VETS UNAWAREOF may be payable to the veteran's the possible eligibility which
nal Revenue for identification I I any sight draft payments of child or children, even thoughthe may be awating them.
purposes in connection with $600 or more under direct pay I widow is not entitled to the
farm program payments. !I ment programs. This includesthe M. T. Dixon, of the Florida Department pension because she remarriedor
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Bunnell Methodist Punt Pass and I timore, Maryland, on Saturday,I Tie scores will be played off I taken! In Europe last year by the
December 10, to determine the 'on the day of competition. Ties I touring group of Florida public
six western division championsone for top spot In zone and district oHcials which included George
Church Kick Competition ( for each age group). The { standings also will be playedoff I Wikline:: of Flagler Beach. The

(Oliver F. Taylor. Pastor) October 8th 48 eastern NFL-area champions during special contests. District film was narrated by Charles
THE WILL OF GOD will compete In Dallas, Texas, winners will receive tro Mitchell, city commissioner of
i The Will of God Is for good. I I Flagler County area boys from on Sunday, December 11, to decide phies. Area winners vie for the Lake Helen, who also spoke

I The will of God Is for your good 12 through 13 can put their football the six eastern division top 12 division championships. briefly before the picture was
j thousands of I champions (one for each age The six national winners receive shown. A question and answer
,: and my good, yet God Is no foolor skills against I
Is lie mocked. The Lord Is big I other boys throughout the nation group.) I handsome PP&K championship I period followed, after which
enough to encompass all of hu- i in the fifth annual Punt, The six eastern NFL division I trophies. The other six receive members of the Flagler Senior
: manity within: His heavenly I Pass and Kick competition which champions, and the six western national runner-up trophies. All I Citizens Club served coffee and
bosom If we only would turn to I will culminate with a trip to division champions, accompanied ,,12 finalists go to the "Tour ofI cake.
I I I by their mothers and fathers, I I Champions." i Mitchell said there were 23 on
Him. The only limit to God's i Washington, D. C., and an appearance
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of i will go on a "Tour of Champ I the goodwill trip which was
i love Is that he has given all at the annual National
ions" to Washington, D. C. They I. THANK YOU made last summer. The tour Included .
us free will with which to choose Football League Play-Off game
S I' then will travel to the I would like sincere
for evil or good. God has not for the 12 winners. Orange to express my the cities of Moscow and
i.i made us puppets, neither has he I I Bowl in Miami, Florida, site of| thanks and appreciation to I Leningrad in Russia, also Buda-
t thrown us away. Eternal lifer Sponsored by the Ford Dealers II the annual NFL PLay-Off, game, the many people who were so:, pest, Warsaw, East and West
of America and the National I for half-time competition to determine kind to recent I
r and the goodness of life are exemplified I me during my Berlin, Brussels, Liege and Lon
in God's will. Many Football League, the Punt, Pass the six National PP&K hospital conflnment. I I don. The meeting was sponsored
situations may come under a and Kick competition PP&K I champions. | Your visits, cards, letters, by the Flagler Senior Citizens
heading such as :the Providenceof will be staged In Bunnell by the Leslie L. Pache, director, of I I flowers and gifts meant so much I I Club to which the public was in
God when it is bad from our Bunnell Motor Company. I Bunnell Motor Co. PP&K pointedout to me. I vited.
viewpoint, but God still cares Flagler County boys will be that PP&K involves no body I, Your thoughtfulness will never I Club Chairman Lynn Clary
for every human being. tested for their ability to punt, contact, there is no charge for'I be forgotten. I welwcomed Commissioner Mit-
. Freedom of will In a moral I pass and place kick a football entering and no special equip I Chuck Herr 'chell and his wife who were the
for distance and accuracy. First, is needed. I club's of
universe is only possible where ment "Registration special guests the eve-
! second and third place winners will be from September 1 nng. The next regular meetingof
there is a good and a bad. As I open i FSCC Will Elect j
will receive distinctive Medal of "
Christians we should remember through October 7, he said, with the Flagler Senior Citizens
I i I these words: "For I have no Achievement awards on plush Bunnell Motor Company as regis Officers Tuesday | Club will be Oct. 4. All mem
velvet ribbons. Top award has a I "
pleasure In the death of anyone, tration headquarters. bers are urged to attend this
blue motif, second-place award Some 80 persons were present meeting when officers of the
the Lord God turn and
I' says ; so "In 1965, PP&K's fifth ,
live." Ezekiel 18:32. Is red, third award Is white. I year Frfiday evening, Sept. 23, in the I club for the 1966-67 year will be
There will be 18 medal awardsin 715,817 boys entered the competition I Municipal building, Flagler. lected. A potluck supper will
all. Scores throughout the he said, "a program I Beach, for the showing of movies I be served at 6 o'clock.
Free Football country then will be compared I which has received the commendation
to determine the six top winnersin of the President's Council
Clinic SaturdaySharpen each of the 360 Ford zonesa on Youth Fitness." 'I

total of 2,160 zone winners. I Mr. Pache said entrants will NOTICE
football skills 371
up your Zone winners will meet in be judged on distance and accuracy -
at the Free Pune, Pass and Kick ,
Ford District competitions at of their punting, passingand
which 228 district championswill kicking. Points will be
October 1, at the Bulldog foot. TOBER 1, 1966. LICENSE FEES ARE THE SAME
win trophies. The 228 run- awarded for each foot of distance II
ball practice field at the school
I All boys from 8.13 are wel ners-up will receive certificate the ball travels on the AS LAST YEAR. TO AVOID PENALTY, :MUST
gym. awards. All 228 district and will be subtracted
champ- fly, points I
Ions will compete for area championships for each foot the ball landsto
f "I'm sure every boy who attends to be held in 15 NFL- the right or left of a center CITY OF BUNNELLMrs.
I the clinic will benefit. I city areas. line. The Bunnell competition
' also hope a lot of boys who The 42 western NFL-area will be held at Bulldog Stadiumon Nancy C. Rodgers, City Clerk

haven't registered will come to champions will compete in Bal Saturday, October 8.
the clinic. They're sure to see
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how easy PP&K is, and they can' .
register before the deadline on
October 7," he said.
Mr. Leslie L. Pache pointedout
that the demonstrations of Command By
football Iskills would augment
suggestions in the illustrated liarD
booklet free to each boy who
registers for Punt, Pass & Kick. Performance Chevrolet

These tips were written by Gary
Collins, ace punter of the Cleveland -

Browns, Rudy Buklch, star at IIp II- 7
quarterback of the Chicago

Bears, and Fred Cox, top NFL
I place-kicker of the Minnesota

Also attending the clinic which
begins at 9 a. m will be Howard

Reynolds, Bunnell Bulldog
coach and Jack Hardin, J. V.
Bulldog coach.
I The Punt, Pass & Kick com

petition, now In its sixth year,
i is open-without chargeto
boys eight through 13. Local
competitions In thousands of
towns throughout the country

wll determine winners in each _____ --I1 I
age group, with district, area _
and division competitions to produce
the 12 tp finalists for the

National PP&K competition during
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