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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: October 13, 1966
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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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. 41 BUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1966 2.50 A YEAR
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Flagler ChamberOf BULLDOG BOOSTERSTO Lyman Gage To j I SUSAN DEEN OPENS 'City CommissionTo

BUY BLAZERS ANTIQUE BOTTLE SHOPIN
Commerce Head Cattlemen's AirconditionCivic
FOR VARSITY TEAMThe ST. AUGUSTINEMiss

Holds MeetingOfficers Bulldog Boosters gave AssociationLyman Susan Deen of Bunnell CenterBunnell

Coach Howard Reynolds the is opening an Antique Bottle
and directors of the Gage was elected Commissioners
City
OK on ordering the traveling
Shop in St. Augustine this week
newly reorganized Flagler Coun President of the Flagler CountyCattlemen's Monday night awarded a contract .
football
jackets for the varsity
end. She will be Saturdayand
ty Chamber of Commerec met Association Tuesday open
for heating and central air
squad. The blazers will costa
yesterday morning at the Pier night, replacing outgoing presi Sunday this weekend for conditioning to the Florida Air
total of $448.00.
Restaurant at Flagler Beach and dent, Harold Emery. Mr. GageIs the opening. After this she will Conditioning Company of Day-
Circuit Judge Elect Billy
,
be only on week days. The
discussed ways and means on a past president of the Association open tona Beach for $5,541. Others
Wadsworth donated two football i i
place of business is located at
several vital subjects relating to and was currently servo
tickets to the Florida. who entered bids were American
the economic growth of Flagler F. S. U. game In Tallahassee. ing as a state director of the ,9B Miss Aviles Deen street.has I Airconditioning, $4,422.43; R. andR.
an outstanding
State Cattlemen's Association.
County.L. be sold and Industries, $6,730 Theodore
The tickets were to ;
collection of bottles and severalrare
E. Wadsworth, newly elected the proceeds to be used on the He has been a very active mem Williams, $6,479 and $7288 alternate
ber of the local association since speciments among her col. ,
president of the organization blazer fund.Secretary ; D. N. Browning Air Con.
lection. She will also
presided at the meeting before John Lynn said when its organization several years carry a ditioning $7630 with an additional .
gift line of Replica glass and
18 directors and members.A the next meeting is called all ago. $260 alternate 4 inch fib.
other gift items.
committee, composed of members will be 'notified by Elected vice president was er glass. The Florida Air Con.

George M. Moody, Willie Harrison mail. Raymond Tucker; secretary, Don ditioning Co.'s bid conformed

Alfred Tucker, Lee Drazba Jordan; treasurer, Tom Lenssen; Court of Honor more to the expectations of the

and R. L. Me Nab was appointed state director, C. II. Cowart and i Commissioners.The .

to meet with officials of the Rob Deen; alternate- directors, Held Wednesday meeting was a continuation .

State Road Department In De- Paul B. Kelly Raymond Tucker and Don Jor of last Monday night's

land next Wednesday afternoonat dan. By Scout TroopA Commission session. Commissioners .
2 o'clock to discuss the mat. Passed AwaySeptember In other action the group de. continued the meetingIn

ter of better directional signalsas tided on the third week in court of honor was held by order to study the bids before

well as distance markers on 29 March for annual Cracker Day, Scout Troop 472 Wednesdaynight awarding the contract,

certain sections of Road 195. hoping to set this date up on a In the Baptist Church They also granted the request :I

It was pointed out that the Paul B. Kelly of John Anderson permanent basis. Cracker Day's Recreation Room. of John Seay, Colony Park Subdivision .

present layout of signs was not Highway, Flagler Beach, held in October in the past are Mothers present pinned, tend. to place a stop sign at
29!
adequate for the average tour passed away on September now conflicting with the St. der foot awards to the following the north end of Anderson

ist to keep his proper bearings at the Bunnell General Hospital John's County Event. "scouts: William Patrick, Joe Arnold street. The street courses Into

while enroute to the Interchangeon after a lengthy Illness. He was The Association also voted to Pat Guerney, Larry Jones, the Subdivision and Seay cited

Road 195. 65 years of age. take out a $25.00 membership in Wayne Pellicer, Jeffrey John. : the fast moving traffic off Anderson

Other committees to be appointed Mr. Kelly was born in Buchanan support of the recently organ. ston. ; caused a hazard to child

by the President will be West Virginia and had ized Chamber of Commerce. Senior patrol leader Robert I ren who play In the area. \
lived In Flagler Beach 14 years, Creal presented second class I They also gave Frank Mandzara
Industrial Development, Housing ; -
there from Akron, Ohio. awards to Larry Jones, Joe Ar
coming Deen
Road
Development and Public Re. BUNNELL LIONS a permit to
member of the nold and William Patrick.
He charter
was a place trailer
lations. These committees will a at his homesite
Flagler Beach Fire Department. HEAR MCLELLANDMembers First Class awards were presented for 90 .
be formed before the next meeting days while he Is rebuildIng
He is survived by his wife, by Asst. Scout Master
'his
,to be held October home which burned recently. -
Wednesday, of the Bunnell Lions
I
Maxine Kelly of Flagler Beach: Robert Walters to: Kirk Robert. \
19 at the Milton Motel in I Club heard Dr. Jim McLelland, Johnston .
his mother, Mrs. Roxanna Kelly, son, Greg Robertson, Chip

"-. BunRe1J! !!;, _: :: .,,....... ':Akron, -Oh1oithreedaughters, Deptal,;lPrfCepte, .,of. _.the Stateoard' *.Jajoaes BfYAn...Venii Cau-..
Th e. mber. $ of Health, give a verymoving ley, and ''John Taylor. -
of Folga,
Mrs. Betty Sharplnsky Punt
Pass and
Kick
ship of 80 and expects to Increase W. Va; Mrs. Isobel Thompson I address at the meeting Scoutmaster Jeffrey Seale presented ,
that number to 100 in the this week. Dr. McLelland stres-
I
the following awards:
and Miss Dorothy Kelly of Parkersburg Winners '
very near future, It was stated. W. Va; 2 sons, Sox sed the Importance of educationfor Merit badge award to John Me- GivenThe

Kelly of Volga, W. Va., and I the public in getting them to Daniel, Arthur McDaniel, Robert 1966 competition for the

Robert of Pakersburg; 2 sisters practice proper oral hygeine. He Creal and David Hlgginbotham; Punt, Pass and Kick event was

Help the Post Mrs Adaline Rowsey of Holly also said people need to be motivated Jr. Asst. Scoutmaser award to held Saturday, October 8 at .the
to get the job done once McDaniel Palm
Arthur Eagle
; Statium.
Hill, and Mrs. Alberta of Akron; Bulldog Leslie Pache
they; know teeth need attention. Bronze award to John McDanieland
was the director for
and the
Office Put ZIP 3 brothers, Jack, Harry compe-
He pointed out the small Arthur McDaniel.
per. tition and the
Frank all of Salem, Ohio. Bunnell Motor
centage of Income spent on den. Troop officers elected were: Company the
sponsored event.
Into Your MailLocal Services were held October 1
from the Flagler Beach Methodist tal care and many cases of disease Robert Creal, Sr. Patrol Lead. The following boys were win.

residents who receive Church with Rev. Reynold 'and deterioration due to er; George Buckles, Asst. Senior ners in the contest:

their mails through the Bunnell Hoover, Pastor, officiating. In. teeth neglect. Dr. McLelland was Patrol Leader; Greg Robertson, Louie Mercer, Buddy West

Post Office will be offered an terment followed at the Espanola presented to the club by Dr. Al- Scribe. Craig Wilder, Clifton E. Sheffield -

opportunity to ZIP Code their Cemetery. len Reynolds.In Entertainment was furnishedby Mickey Atkinson, Chuck

mailing lists during October, Active pallbearers were Dean other action the group con. the scouts. Refreshmentswere Cowart,' Jay Tilton, Michael

Postmaster Ray Mercer an Peterson, Howard Lerch, Zeke sidered a motion to sponsor a served to parents and Buckles, Van Sanders, Davey Sol-

nounced today. This project is Chaffee, George Wickline, Harry Health X-Ray unit for public X- friends present.Democratic. oman, Rocky Hunter, Ronny

part of Postmaster General: Lawrence Kuleskl, and Keith Lovell. Honorary rays. A final decision will be Herring, Joe Arnold III, Richard

F. O'Brien's program to bearers were: Willie Harrison made during the next meeting. Jarosz, and Buddy Irvin.
make ZIP Codes accessibleto I Rally All will
more boys receive a medalof
Floyd Collins, Bill Chimp.
the mailing public. Howard Residents achievement Friday night at
ky, Lyman Gage and Flagler
Special "ZIP-A-LIST" cards Wisehaupt. Monday NightAt 7:30: before game time at the

will be delivered to each resident Bulldog Stadium. Ronny Herring
Invited Fish
Craig Funeral Home of Bun. to
of the Bunnell Post Office StarkeA and Rocky Hunter will also receive
nell was in charge of arrange
during the month of October. a football, as both boys
The cards will have blanks for ments. Fry in Starke sixth county, Flagler, will were the top scorers. Rocky

addresses used most often, but Flagler County High for Governor Join the original five In a mammoth Hunter has been a first place

for which individuals do not Committee Chairman i free fish fry and Demo- "winner for the past three years.

know the ZIP Codes. FATHER OF WALTER Harry Atkinson told the Tribune cratic rally at the Bradford I Kenneth Herring, Mr. Zlm- ,1

After filling the street numberor MORRIS DIES IN today that all residents of Flag. I County Fairgrounds Monday merle, Bobby Kendall and John.

: post office box or route number ler County are Invited to attenda night, Oct. 17. ny Metts were the Judges. I I

the city and state, the cards GLASGOW KENTUCKYW. Public Fish Fry to be held In Sponsored by the Democratic I
are to be mailed back to the Executive Committee of the six AUGUST CIGARETTETAX
Starke next October 17
S. Morris Sr., father of Monday, ,
.
Is need. Northeast
postmaster. No postage counties, and billed as
Walter Morris of Bunnell, at 6:30 p. m. ANNOUNCEDFOR
will pass of
ed. Post Office personnel Florida's biggest rally
The Fish Fry will be hosted
add the proper ZIP Codes and ed away Monday night in Glasgow the current campaign, the fish FLAGLER TOWNSRen
by Mayor High's Flagler, Union,
.
return the cards to the sender.I Kentucky.Mr. of Bradford, Clay, and Alachua fry is expected to bring out be. Morris, Director of the
Morris 85
was years .
Postmaster Mercer emphasizedthe county committees. tween 3 and 4 thousand Democratic State Beverage Department reports -
of Including a age, and was retired. I and .
importance Scheduled speakers and distinguished faithful to meet greet that net cigarette tax colectlons
return address on the front of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morris guests will be State :the party's gubanatorial nominee for the month of August -

the cards so they may be return. left early Tuesday morning to Commissioner of Agriculture Robert King High. 1966 amounted to $5,003 I
ed after addresses have been attend the funeral services In counties are Ala-
Doyle Conner, Senate President Participating 262.38.. of this amount $1,802-

coded. Glasgow. Verle Pope, Speaker of the chua, Baker, Bradford, Clay, 557.25 will go to the state gen. 4

House of Union and Flagler. era 1 revenue fund and the re I
SCHEDULE Representatives Ralph
BUNNELL HIGH FOOTBALL Serving will begin at 6:30: p.m. maining 3,200,705.13 will be dis
Turlington, and Robert King
1966 High Democratic Nominee for to be followed by High and tributed to qualified municipalles. .

October 14 ............................D & B .......................Home* Governor. other prominent Democrat .
October 22 (Sat. 2 p. m..Florida Air Academy Away speakers including Speaker of Flagler County municipalities

October 28 ..........................Father Lopez ...........Home* the House Ralph Turlington of received the following amounts:
.. ..................
John ....... $2,702.41
November 4 ........................Oviedo .......................Away Planning Is important, both Alachua County, Rep. Bunnell
.................. 84354
November 11 ........................Hastings ...................Home* In the lives of Individuals and Crews of Baker County, Commissioner Flagler Beach
.................. 125.05
November 18 .......................Callahan .................Home the lives of nations. Never let I of Agriculture Doyle Beverly Beach
.. .. ..... 141.58
fool about this mat. Conner, and several others. Marineland ..._........ .
ALL GAMES START AT 8:00 P. M.. EXCEPT AS INDICATED ter.anyone you I The public is invited. Painters Hill ...............-... 11.12Ir
CONFERENCE GAMES INDICATED



PAGE TWO I THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA October 13, 1966

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Carillon Bells Ring I chestra, by comparison, can of the Immaculate Conceptionrang ly worn, blisters still rise. ;

produce only 75 decibels of out an hour-long concert Electronic SubstituteThe p-----

Over United StatesThe sound. before the marriage of Lucl tremendous expense of

Loud or soft, carillon bells Johnson, the President's daughter. casting giant bells and the wear Real Estate BrokerBunnelL I

realy big sound of music have rung out in rejoicing and and tear on the player have I

these days Is an ancient one- mourning for centuries, the National Washington, D. C., may be the I made popular an electronic ca Florida

the chiming of great carillon Geographic Society says. carillon, capital of America. The rillon. This small, push-button

bells. Rang for Lucl federal city boasts two other out I instrument can produce a' wide I II
IV THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
Capable of playing as loud as The growing popularity of standing sets of bells: the 53- variety of carillon-like tones by TY IV ,AND FOR FLAGLRR COUN
FLORIDA. IN FROIIATE.
95 decibels, a carillon in concert carillon music was shown re bell carillon at the Washington artificially amplifying the sound IN RE: Estate ofTHEODORE
Cathedral and the Netherlands I coming from tiny metal hammers II. WEBER,
can be heard five miles a- cently when the 56-bell carillon Deceased.
Carillon which the striking miniature' bells. NOTICE OF PRORATE
way. A 100-piece symphony or at Washington's National Shrine rings across
TO ALL I'ERSONS
Potomac in Arlington, Virginia. I Thousands of electronic carillons IN TUB ESTATE OF INTERESTED SAID DECEDENT

Though Americans did not I now ring out in churches, :
You notified
are hereby that a
discover /the charm of Europe's hotels, department stores, hospitals written Instrument purporting to
I be the last will and testament of
CLASSIFIEDADS carillons until after World WarI I even zoos. said decedent has been admitted to

the idea caught on fast. Companies A bell-equipped bank in St. probate In this court. You are here.
I within six calendar
rose at churches, in parks Petersburg, Florida, rings out months from the date of the

and on college campuses. More dally weather reports with such I appear first publication in this of court this and notice show to

than 100 carillons now ring out tunes as "Oh What a Beautiful cause if any you can, why the action
of this court In admitting said
across the land, from the Sing. morning" and "Stormy Weather. I will to probate should not stand
Llatl... under tkU heading are 3 cfmtm per word each luertloa.FOR unrevoked.
"
ing Tower at Luray, Virginia, / McKnlght
RENT Unfurnished or partly HOUSE FOR SALE- with 1.5 to the Hoover Bells at Stanford I !cun1'yI'u Flagler

furnished 2 bedroom duplex acres Improved land, CB-2-BR, University, in California.The Subscribe to The Flogier Tribuor County publication, Florida.: September 29,

apt. Screen porch and carport. bath, built in kitchen. Located Riverside Church In New S2.50 A Year Ir Advance 19rJ.rlt
Sep. 29. Oct. 6. 13. 20 4tc.
4373304. 1013ltc. five miles west of Bunnell off York City has the world's largest

highway 100. Call David J. Burn. carillon. Its 74 bells weigh halfa

FOR RENT-3 bedroom unfurnished sed in Gainesville at 376.0619. million pounds. BUDDY KNOX

house In Palm Harbor, Oct. 6-TF The traditional carillon, which

Flagler Beach. Contact W. E. may employ 23 to 76 bells, hasa YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER
FOR SALE-Fishing rods and
Fennell, Jr. Phone 4392181. of at least two chromatic
reels some hip boots low range Bunnell Atlantic Service Stationu.
Oct. 6, 13, 2tc. new; octaves. Four permit a
boots, plaid quilted Jacket; clam
wide musical
DRESSMAKING Mrs. A. Hein hooks etc. Set of new chisels. scope.
,
Highway 1 Phone
Unlike the Christmas-card image / f Day 437-3652
1301 North Central Avenue, Pauleys Island rope hammockand (
of ritously swinging bells, J.

-X Night Ph.
437-3944
Flagler Beach. Oct. 6, 2tc stand. Phone 4392326.
carillon bells are fixed in tiers,

LINDSAY WATER SOFTENER Oct. 13, Itp with the smallest at th top. REPAIR, REBUILD GENERATORS, STARTERSAND

Sales and Service, parts. See yel SOFA BED maple arms, $20.00; I Tethered clappers on each CARBURETORS

low page add in your present t Simmons metal dresser, twin tuned bell are tripped by wires 24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service

phone book. Volusia Water beds with springs and mattress, connected to the carlllonneur's

Clinic, Port Orange. Phone 767 $65.00. Jerry's Furniture and Ap keybord.

1641. Oct 63tp. pliances. Old Dixie Highway, 2 A carillonneur must be muscleman -

miles south of Korona. Phone as well as musician. Ex.

HOUSE FOR SALE-2 story 4373752. Oct. 13, Itc. cept In a few modern bell towers

frame 'house, 200 North Railroad the carillonneour climbs a Flagler County Insurance

street. Inquire after 7 p. m.: FOR SALE-Wolverine Deluxe hundred or so steps just to reach

Phone 4373580. Oct. 6 TF Camper; Chevrolet Truck, both the keyboard. Unheated and

bedroom's I in good condition, ready to go. open to the elements, the usual Agency Inc.
HOUSE FOR SALE-2
I 305 S.
Bargain. D. O. Everhart, bell tower the musician ,
exposes
with swimming pool, close to 16th Street, Flagler Beach. Phone
to freezing weather in winter
school and beach. Call Meekins, 4392498. 10134tp.EXCHANGE sweltering heat in summer. All Forms of Insurance

4392006. 9-22-tf.
It takes considerable brawn 105 North Bay Street -:- Phone 437-3171

FOR SALE-2 bedroom home, My 3 bedroom, 1 bath modern Just to push the heavy oak levers Bunnell Florida
waterfront tile roof and pedals that touch off 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTY
garage, on home with hardwood floors fox

central heat, 128 Palm Circle, house or property in Bunnell or the bells. Some carillon players BONDS

Flagler Beach, terms, Cletus Flagler Beach. Call or write pound the keyboard with clenched

Strauser. Sept. 15, tfc. Charles Trad, Associate Key I I fists. Though leather finger

protectors or gloves .
FOR SALE-2 bedroom, living 'Realty Asso. Inc. 6777878. 69 W. ar frequentIV

room, bath, kitchen home in the Granada Ave., Ormond Beach, FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
THE COUNTY JUDGE'!
COURT
Hillcrest area, Flagler Beach. Fla. Oct. 13, 3tp IN AND FOIL FLAGLKR COUNTY

Phone 4392137. 91tf. LINOTYPE OPERATORS wantedin IN HE FLORIDA.: Estate ofTHEODORE IN PItOIIATE. AMBULANCE

II. WEBER,
SEPTIC TANX: Cleaning; drain Florida for permanent employment Deceased. PHONE VAlley 4 1625
NOTICE TO CREDITORS! SERVICE
fields installed; Rota-Roter snail by outstanding 20,000( All creditors of the estate of ST.

shell. Reasonable prices. Call circulation evening dally owned are THEODORE hereby notified II. WEBER and required deceased to AoonsmE FLORIDA

George Jarosz, 437.3410 8-1-tf by well known newspaper and file any claim have or demands which Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
against said estate
magazine group. Clean University In l'ihemc of the county judge of are always at your service with promptness safety and
Flagler County, In
Florida the
city with excellent schools, courthouse at Bunnell. } wonderful climate and good within six calendar months from I
the date of the first publication of
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER working conditions. Many employee this notice. Each claim or demand Equipped With Oxygen Resu itator and Inhalator
must be In writing and must state
BEACH REALTY CO. benefits including retire. the place or residence and post- .:rr=
LOTS, HOMES OCEAN FRONT olllce address of the claimant and Garcia Funeral HomeP.
ment plan, liberal sick leave, must be sworn to by the claimant,
!WATER FRONT, FARMS, hosplltallzatlon and paid vaca his. agent or his attorney: or it will E.
become void according to law. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
ACREAGEBee tions. Open shop. Start work immediately September 29th. 1966.
u& for your real estate needs /Florence E. Schwenk LADY ASSISTANT
at $118 per week. Call Executrix of the Estate of
Office Phone HE 9.2242
THEODORE
H. WEBER.
collect George Doyle, Sun, deceased.
Residence Phones ID 7.3691 Sept. 29. Oct. 6. 13. 20-4tc XOTICB OF
Gainesville, Florida. Area 904, APPLICATION FOR TAX DEEDS
or ID 7-3517 Notice II hereby gIven
.. .. Phone 37811411. 101320.27 3tc IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT SEV following certificate baa that Alfred R. Tucker the holder of the
.. Sled
... ..... .... ENTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF issued he The certificate saId certificate for a tax deed to be
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR FLAG- 1orhe number endlrehl issuance, the description -
t
I.ER COUNTY, IN CIIANCERY... are as follows: property, and the it was assessed
STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP MANAGEMENT AND CIRCULATION No. 0371.
(Act of October :&."1. 1D62 Section 4369, Title 30, United: State Code) IN RE: Adoption of Certificate No. of issuance 1963
1. Date of filing: October 13. 1966. DAVID JOSEPH WAKE. SSA Tr 1 fir Tr 3 &iett Johns Development; Description of Property:
2. Title of publication: The Flagler Tribune MAN. 12. Rge 29 E. 2B Assessed to: B. Coppersmith.Co. Sub; Sec. 36, Twp
3. Frequency of Issue: Weekly. an adult. In addition to the above the fOllowIng
4. Location of known office of publication (Street, City County, State, NOTICE OF REARING Ing on said property: certificates are outstand-
Zip Code 32010) TO: CLARENCE RAYMOND WAKE- CERTIFICATE NO.
6. Location of the headquarters or general buslnesss office of the pub. MAN and BERNICE BROWN YEAR .HOLDER
lishers: 109 Railroad St. Bunnell. Flakier County. Florida. WAKEMAN, whose residence Is 11 1964 1965 W. M. Walker
6. Names and addresses of publisher. and managing: editor unknown. 1 1962 Alfred R. Tucker
Pullsher (name and address): M. B. Fuller. P. O. Box 38, Bunnell Fla. YOU ,ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 13 Vincent Messina
Editor: Mre. M. B. Fuller, P. O. Box 38. Bunnell. Florida that a petition for the adoption of Af8ed.to.: I* Coppersmith 19111 Vincent &' Angella Messina
Managing Editor: M. B. Fuller, P O. 38, Bunnell, Florida. the white, male, adult DAVID t .
7. Owner: M. B. Fuller P. O. Box 8B Bunnell. Florida. JOSEPH WAKEMAN. ,was filed In Seay and filedHarris.:. Jas: : C: tin followlni w o e l1ScYear cot Issuance
8. Known bondholders mortgagees, and other security holders owningor the above cause on the 26th day of 1963. Description of property: Lot 2
holding 1 percent or more of total amount of bonds mortgagee or September 1966. by EZRA JOSEPH to: Mary Kennedy. nnr 16S, Bunnell, Florida; assessed -
other securtles: None. CHAFFEE and MARGARET B. In addition to the above the
9. Paragraphs 7 and 8 Include 'In cases where the stockholder or security CHAFFEE. and you are hereby on laId property: following, certificates are outstandIng
holder the b company as trustee or in commanded to be and appear In the CERTIFICATE
any fiduciary, :l..uf :name of teOetr n or corporation for whom I above-named court on or before NO YEAR HOLDER
such trustee Is acting, also the statements In the two paragraphs show the Jth day of November, 1966 to 10 nu Flagler County
the affllant's full knowledge and belief as to the circumstances and conditions show cause If any there be. why John Seay & Coy O. Harris.
under which stockholders and security holder who do not appear be the: granted.petition,for adoption should not Assessed to Mary Kennedy. Jr- .
upon the books of the trustees, hold stock and securities
In a capacity other than that orsa: bona fide owner. Names andaddressees DATED, 1966.this' 26th day of September E. HAoMdCe'tr.fl?: tax deed No. 4 Is Year the following ot certificate held by Jack
of Individuals who are stockholders of a corporation which GEORGE M. MOODY 2. Blk *, Lake Aston Issuance 1963. Description f
Itself is a stockholder or holder of bonds mortgages or other securitiesof Clerk of said Court fierWlttrt Park Sub.: Assessed to E. H. and
the publishing corporation have been Included in. paragraphs 7 and < ( Court Seal). Tn addItion to the above the
the Interests of such Individuals are equivalent' to 1 percent or CircuItB /s/ Joyce PatrickDeputy on said property: following certificate are outstanding -
more of the total amount of the stock or securities. ( of the publishing: Clerk NO.
corporation. Sept. 29-Oct. 6. IS. 204to CERTIFICATE YEAR HOLDER
10. rla Item must be completed for all publicationsexcept Jb'helc 1966 Charles Trad
do n advertising other than the publisher's own are 81 1964 O. F. Alford
named in sections 1S.2J1, 132.232 and 132233. Postal Manual (Sections O. F. .A1tor4
43Sa 435b, and 4359 of Title 39, United States Code) m I1ar 1Jrlagltr SrtbunrBUNlfELL Assessed to: E. H. 'A Ruby Rltts. ,w
Average No. Single Issue Holt tllee! tor
copies each nearest to E. Jr.: tnatVeNoSV1.eYfe0ar0ofni'.Certlflcat! : 1963
eDescription
Issue during to filing FLORIDA ot property: Tr 1 Blk 11 St Johns Dev.
Issue during to filing date 3Q E. 10 acres. Allselled to: Co. Sub. 31' Twp. 12,
A. Total No. copies printed (net press run) 1260 1241 In addition to the above theafollowingeeert/Acates
B. Paid circulation: 1. Sales through dealers MP.& Jot B. FULLER: Editor on laid property: are outstanding -
and carriers, street vendors and counter CERTIFCATE NO
YEAR
sales 340 340 D .lBate4 for all HOLDER
ewsMMr
2. Mall subscriptions 781 781 S3 \\ll\\ Patricia Purkey
C. Total paid circulation 1121 1121 Legal A4r.rtblac Assessed to Mable H. Denton. Jack E. Holt .Jr.
D. Free distribution (Including samples) by Florfd'L0' laId property beIng In the
mall carrier or other 20 county of
means 20 Entered Planer, State of
as second class
E. Total distribution (sum of C and D) 1141 1141 matter Unless
February I. 1)13, at the post-
F. Office use left-over, unaccounted spoiled office at Bunnell Florida, under property rhbeeritnflC.lutc'h8w'SflSSt. redeemed rdln to Jaw the
after printing 119 119 Act of March I. 1W bidder at the Court House door onethesfirstlMbondsay
O. Total ( of E & F should the moa
sum equal net November 1966, which the '
press run shown In A) 1260 1241 Dated this 29th day\ of 3p3ft& .
I certify that the statements made by me above are correct and com I Oae 7" a.ie (SEAL) September
plete. (Signature of editor, publisher, business manager or owner.) Sic oaths -- 'LI GEORGE. MOODY

big. B. Fuller. Oct I, 13, ZO, and 27, 1966 4tc. F1aglerf l County cW ljol 3rt.Thursday -



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Weathermen into the system. I I
At that time, electronic com II
puters were not even on the i I Quantity Rights
Been But of
Long horizon, so Richardson's ideas I WE GIVE METTS Reserved
remained a scientific curiosity.But 1 *** I I
Scattered JokesEver
'
computers are widely available Ii PRICES GOOD I

since he set up shop, now, and are becoming TOP Thurs., Fri., Sat.,
the weatherman has patiently capable of doing increasingly
and
endured storms of abuse and complex tasks. VALUE SUPER MARKET MondayOct.
13, 14, 15
showers of jokes about his alleged To improve forecasts, much
and 17 1966
,
Inaccuracy.But data is needed from throughoutthe
STAMPS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Tel. 437-3201
the ribbing may slow world to feed the compu
down considerably in the com ters. At present details are In.
ing years. Electronic computersand accurate or lacking for about 90
percent of the earth's surface. Tender Delicious
satellites will make fore.
Lyke's (Sugar Creek)
Data from everywhere are necessary
casts more accurate than ever
before, the National Geographic for forecasting the weather SMOKED BEEF LIVER Lb. 49
Society says.Meteorologists. with maximum accuracy in
any given area. PICNICS
have never
claimed, of course, that they Satellites can pick up data Lean Meaty
could predict the weatherly ex from unmanned weather bal.
actly. Too few data, too little loons or stations around the PORKU. STEAKS Lb. 59
knowledge of atmosphere phenomena world on a regular basis, thus

and too little time (Ito giving meteorologists a complete S. ChoiceCHUCK
make caulculations have made picture of the world's weather.
precise predictions impossible.But Already, many weathermenare LB1 43
forecasts have long been giving forecasts as probabilities STEAK Lb. 59'
correct often enough to be use rather than using the fa.
ful. miliar old vague words such as
Wartime Secrecy "likely" or "expected." A fore. I I All
"We Joke about the weather caster speakes of a "20 percent MiA T STEW Lb. 69Lean if
"
forecasts, observed English' chance of showers.
mathematician J. Bronowskl, Individuals must adapt. For Lean Meaty
"but It was necessary to keep instance a man may decide it's Delicious
SPARERIBS
them secret during the war." not worth taking a raincoast
The revolution in meteorology when there is only 20 percent BRISKETSTEW u.. 39'
began in the early 20th century prospect of showers, but he'd
when weathermen decided that best take one if there is a .30
two prerequisites were neededfor percent chance. Lear (Beef)

truly scientific forecasting: The New York City Weather
a sufficiently accurate knowl SHORT RIBS Lb. JIM .
Bureau got a call from a radio
of the of the atmosphere
edge state
listener who had just heard
at a given of time the and laws a there was a 50 percent chanceof LB 59 Capital (Link) ,
precise knowledge "
rain the next day. "Tell me, SMOKED
by which one atmospheric state said the caller, "everytlme thereis
develops into another.In a 50 'percent chance of rain SAUSAGE49'GROCERY i
1922, British mathematicianL.
do I wear one rubber, and leave t
F. Richardson described
a the other one home? Or do I
method for forecasting by nu. skip this prediction and wait for
merical data and formulas rather .
BARGAINSSunlite
another 50 percent odds, then
than by "seat-of.the-pants" wear two?" Giant Size
judgment. lIe failed, becausehis 303 CanTOMATOES
For the long-suffering weather.
data were inadequate. But man, apparently, there still is BREEZESave
he continued maintain that
to
no relief in sight. 3 Cana 39C
his concept was correct.
Richardson estimated, how. Save .38c .
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: Beach Books Are My Dish I Sharon SHARON D. D.Isobell ISOBELL], infant Graveside held at the funeral Espanola serviceswere Cemetery

I By Dorothy Homons I II daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Freddy Friday afternoon with j
Isobell of John Anderson High Rev. Shelton Brooks officiating.
The Flagler Beach Public LI- way, Flagler Beach, died October Craig Funeral Home was in
brary has been given a copy of
I 6 at the local hospital.In charge of the arrangements.The .
DOUGLAS M. ESTES HAS FLAGLER BEACHMETHODIST Dr. Allen Fromme's "The Ability
I addition to her she
parents
BEEN ON GOOD WILL TOUR MEN to Love" by Mrs. Philip Kester. II '
is survived three sisters Is hot
I An interesting, practical and by ground so in the
IN THE MEDITERRANEANFire HOLD MEETINGThe Sahara that rain
thought-provoking book by an I Tamy, Patty, and Pam; a sometimes
Control Technician Sea Flagler Beach Methodist expert on the subject. Personally brother, Eddie. evaporates before it hits

man Douglas M. Estes, USN, son Men's Club held their regular I don't agree with Dr. I
of Mrs. William O. Estes of Flag. meeting at the home of Bob Wal Fromme when he says that the
ler Beach, Florida, has been carrying lace, president of the Club. Other more people you love, the more .R.
out a mission of goodwill officers present were: Bill Givens, deeply you love. I think that if II j 24 HourWrecker .. .
as a crewmember aboard the' vice president; C. B. Hull, secre you love everybody, then you Service
guided missile frigate Luce with tary-treasurer; Lyman Gage, pro. don't love anybody. Also, there I I
the Sixth Fleet in the Mediter gram chairman; Rev. Lester would have been a lot of great
ranean. Stanton. devotional chairman;jI poetry not written, If say, Flagler Truck & Tractor Co.
The crew of the Luce has been I Bill Chimpky, publicity chair. Shakespeare loved everybodyand
participating in athletic competition man. There were 16 members so did Elizabeth Barret MASSEY-FERGUSON
social activities, festivalsand present and all enjoyed a lovely Browning. Love must be con Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
other events with people of buffet dinner provided by Mr. centrated to make great poetry.
the countries bordering the Wallace. Besides, just how complicated do VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 73242Owner
Sixth Fleet's area of operations. Fund raising projects for the I' you want life to get? I must ad. Bunnell, Florida
Wherever they have gone !they winter were discussed and votedon. mit that Dr. Fromme's picture
have been warmly and gracious. The first will be a turkey shows him as a happy most un
ly received by their hosts, a tri shoot at the airport, November12th. complicated person. His two teenaged ;.:.:.:.:.:.!.:.::.:.:.:.!!&!....:.:.:.:.:.: .:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:..
bute to the success of .;the Sixth children look happy but I JJt
Fleet in carrying out its mission It was also voted that the executive slightly bemused, And it seemsto |:i4:: HART REFRIGERATION :
and to the men of the Luce. committee will meet on me his wife looks happy, but
Since the Luce left her home. the last Monday of the month ever so slightly tense, as one
port, Mayport, Florida, last June, and the regular club meeting on would if married to Dr. Fromme.I :g: ANDELECTRIC :::
she has steamed approximately the first Monday of each month. think it is a question of .
12,000 miles and has participated I These will be held In the Fellow- strength rather than emotion :: SERVICE ::
in a number of at-sea train ship Hall, and refreshments will about loving everybody. It takes ,. :
ing exercises with both national ,,be served. Special meetings may lots of strength and the ability ,
and NATO forces. !be called at anytime.: to let the water roll off theduck's
I This Is the first meeting since back.Subscribe :j: Bunnell, Fla. Box 253-A, Rl :;i
The Flagler Beach Garden the summer vacation. The memo |::.J Phone 437-3698 t:
Club held the first meeting of bers hope for larger attendanceas to The Flagler Tribune ... ...
the new year Tuesday at the the winter visitors arrive. Only $2.50 per Year f.:.:.:.:.:.:.:::.:.:.:.;,:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:::.:.:.:.:: .:.:.:.:.::.:.::.:.:.:.:.:.-
home of Mrs. Alfred Juengling,
with Mrs. Mabel Frank as co-
hostess. The guests were served I I
a sweet course on arrival. .
I I
Due to the absence of Pres.
Mrs. Magee, the first Vice Pres., I Ir r
Mrs. Charles McCabe, presided
at the meeting. Committee 1
chairmen were approved and the
program for the year was read. IF OU MISSED :
The new year books were given
out, and the
new by-laws.
Club members present accept. THS SOS COMMERCIALSFOR
ed offers from Mrs. Schwenk \ NSWHAjRT
and Mrs. Magee in memory of
Mr. Theodore Weber.
SOUWSRN BELL
The next meeing will be Nov.
1st at the home of Mrs. R. Hirst, ,

hostess.with Mrs. Clyde Duensing co- YOU CAN STILL\ GST THE MESSAGE. I


Mrs. Peggy Hoskins Britt of
Flagler Beach is interning at
The Highlands Elementary
School im Daytona Beach. Mrs.
Marjorie Voreis is the directing
teacher.
Mrs. Britt is a senior at Stet
son University in Deland. She is
a graduate of the Bunnell High ,
School. She said she plans to
teach in the State of Florida following .
graduation. ...;; :
y.I .
METHODIST CHURCH NEWSDr.

Joe Tolle, District Superintendent .
of Methodist Chuches, i
will be guest speaker at the 11
o'clock worship service, at the
Flagler Beach Methodist Church.A .
fellowship dinner will be
served following the service. I
I
Following this the first quarter.ly .
conference will be held. I

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11:00 a. m..Morning Worship I t ;" tirn9erq'Rr. {+ec+H.ax.". ,- :,,. frpyy' p C"'vrp, ,yr y. -...- .\ .ewww.
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Guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. Slur- wv

man is his daughter, Mrs. Bill ga1 vCEATS Lean Western (First Cut)
: Marshall of Onancock, Virginia.


S Al)ida Tucker, daughter of Pork Chopslb.
'
I Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Tucker,
I and their neice, Evelyn Herring-
E A 1 > ton, both graduate of Bunnell
> High schol, are students at Brig-

",'.. ham Young, University, Provo, 49"S
Utah. S
., '1 I _

Emma Jean Lovelace, who is Fresh Florida Grade "A" D&D Ib.
((2-2i/2 Avg.) (Limit 2 with $3. or more food order)
I a student at the college in
,Cocoa, spent the past weekend
here with her parents.Mrs. .
lb (Whole) 25

Ferris Solomon returnedto
her home here Tuesday after
receiving treatment at the Flag-

ler Hospital in St. Augustine.Mrs. .

Choice Juicy Streak O'Lean
Council-Salyerds Levi Brannam 'attended

Engagement Is i the the executive spaceport board area TB meeting association of ALL MEAT STEW WHITE BACON.

AnnounceedThe in Cocoa Friday. She was an Ib. lb.
overnight guest of her son in 6ge 5ge
engagement of Miss Janet
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Karen Salyerds to Robert E.
David Shields at Merritt Island.
Council has been announced by
U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas A. Salyerds of Bunnell, BETH KNIGHT HONOREDAT
Florida. BIRTHDAY PARTY : ROAST Ib. *
Miss Salyerds, a resident of Beth Knight, daughter of Mr.' 53
and Mrs. Gene Knight, celebrated
from I
Bunnell, was graduated
Bunnell High School in 1965 and her fifth birthday anniversary,' S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
is presently a student at Mary at a party given Friday after
School in noon at the home of her parents.
Karl Vocational Day
tona Beach. Ruth Hunter assisted Mrs.: STEAKS Ib. 63
Knight in caring for her
Mr. Council is the son of Mr. young
and Mrs. R. E. Council of Pier guests. (FULL
son, Florida. He graduated from Present were Leona Ann Dur- :
Taylor High School in 1961 and rance, Bobby Jean Sizemore I ROUND STEAK
he attended Mary Karl Schoolfor Donna and Linda Baylor, Dar- : Ib.U. 89
two years. He is presently lene and Debbie Holdridge, Jonl .
employed with the General Elec and Kim Knight and Gene
tric Company in Daytona Beach.A Seale. I

ned. December wedding is plan. MRS. KNIGHT HOSTESSAT I FREE PLASTIC DISH PAN WITH 5.00 MEAT ORDEROur I

A BUFFET SUPPER
I
-
SATURDAY EVENINGMrs.
Senior ClassSponsoring
Leona Knight entertaineda Value or Bush No. 2Vz CanAND

A Dance few friends at a Buffet Supper K BEANS For MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
The Senior Class of the Bun Saturday evening at her home. Z 3geStokely'
Honored guest for the occasionwas
nell High School is sponsoringa .
8 oz. Can
her cousin, M.
dance following the D and B George
Moody who was recently elected TOMATO Ea.
football Friday SAUCE
Bunnell game fOe
nightMusic Clerk of the Circuit Court of :II 470
Flagler
will be furnished by a County. Red-Gold-Low Calorie 46 oz .Can
Guests included Mr. and Mrs.
band. HAWAIIAN For Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Walter Mr.
Morris and Mrs. PUNCH 3 $100
Tommy Durrance, Mr. and Mrs.
SENIOR CLASS Bottle
P. A. Edmonson-, Mr. and Mrs.Z. Infinite (Save 20c) 22 oz.
COLLEGE DAY G. Holland Jr., Mr. and Mrs. SPRAY Ea. DAIRY SPECIAL-
MONDAY Harry Atkinson Mr. and Mrs. CLEANER 690
for Walter Cody, Mr. and Mrs.
Monday was College Day Pillsbury CANNED 8 Can
the Bunnell' High Senior Class. George M. Moody, Mr. and Mrs. BLUE PLATE GRAPE JAM oz.
Representatives from different M. B. Fuller and Lawrence Dahl- PEACH AND PINEAPPLE PRESERVESMIX BISCUITS 4 For 330

colleges were present :to talk quist.
with the Seniors about entering ( OR MATCH) Kraft Quart
CLEAN UP DAY AT oz. $4fOO
their college.It 318 Ea.
was a very interesting and FIRST BAPTISTAn JL ORANGE JUICE 290
successful day for the membersof all-purpose cleaning day
has been scheduled at First
the class.
6-PAK CARTON
Baptist Church Bunnell next DIXIE CRYSTAL
Mrs. Jessie I. Way is now residing Saturday (October 15) from 9 to PIXIE ICE CREAM
in the Rlvershore Nursing 5. All volunteer workers are requested SUGAR BARS
Home, 5156 Riverside Drive, to be present with their .
(Ass't Flavors)
Allandale Florida. She would own cleaning materials. Your
from her friends. assistance will be appreciated.A 5
enjoy hearing I & 390 With purchase of

20-ton marble statue of ((1)2) GALLON FOREMOST
Zachery Holland, student in a Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Tifton, Georgia college spent the George Washington-bare chest. i
past weekend here with his parents ed and loosely draped in a toga FRENCH ICE CREAM

Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. HollandJr. -embarrassed 19th century ..
Americans, the National Geographic I FRESH PRODUCE ,
says. Soon after the
Red
student at the statue's unveiling in 1841 it was
Suellen Deen Ibs. SWIFT'S JEWELSHORTENING
Williams College in Ft. Lauderdale moved from the Capitol Rotundato !GRAPES Z 290
spent the past weekend a less prominent place on the
here with her parents, Mr. and i, Capitol grounds. It now has a I Bag
Mrs. Duane Deen. 1 place; of honor in the SmithsonrjvvftVunAVtfwvvvuvvvwvvvvvvwvvv5- lb.

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October 13, 1966 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN

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DemandTo costs on this side of the border Receiving special recognition dent of both the Florida Cattle- Sunlight reflected off small

Vegetable continue to rise, as they likely are E. W. (Judge) Carswell, of men's Association and the Brah- particles of matter in space produces .

High For will, there'll be a corresponding Chipley; Louis Gilbreath of St man Cattle Breeders' Associa the high noctilucent

Stay increase In imports," it added.U. Augustine; and Henry O. Partin;,I I clouds that glow at night

SeasonDuring S. imports of winter vegeta of Kissimmee, for their support : tion.He is recognized as a leaderin I

Coming bles from Mexico will probably of and service to agriculture.I the development of the -?
the coming 1966-67 stay up in the years ahead, scit's ern Brahman cattle mod'j
Carswell ,, PETERSON TEXACO
doubtful whether other for a newspaperman
season, the demand for winter has served as chairman of the Florida. SERVICE
to continue : eign producing areas in the Marion '
Is expected County Agent Edsel
vegetables Rural Areas I
Washington County ROAD SERVICE I
at a high level, accordingto world can compete successfullywith been instrumental ini getting W. Rowan of Ocala was chairman
a Florida Acreage Marketing Mexico for the rich U. S.. Development Committee. He has I of the Awards Selection I Light Phone 4373441sUDDeU Mechanic Work
Guide released recently by the : and Canadian winter vegetable I Committee.
markets. several creditable projects completed I __ __
University of Florida. I J for Chipley and Washing.
it's going to take a Information on acreage planted
However, ton County. Among ;these are the ,
"well balanced" production for nationally indicates that 1966 Falling Waters State Park, the I
state's to cash in on I production of all canned vegetables
the growers annual Rattlesnake Rodeo, anda BROWN & BROWN INC.
this demand. The guide said that may exceed year-earlier recreational center for Chip.
next year's prices will dependto levels, the report said. Substantial

a great extent on "production increases are in prospect for ley.A I INSURANCEOUR

prospects" for each crop and on lima beans, beets, sweet corn three-time winner of the

the distribution of harvesting. and tomatoes for processing. Ac Florida Chapter, American Society

According to the guide, put out reages of snap beans and green of Foresters' editorial PHONE NUMBER IS

by the Vegtable Crops Department peas are also larger. award, Carswell was presentedthe

at Florida, growers can The information for the new I Florida Wildlife Federation's

look for "an increase in competition report was compiled by the UF's "Outdoor Writer's Award" in 4373394CRAIG

from foreign imports" of Agricultural economics depart. 1961.

certain crops in 1966-67. Mexicofor ment. Other cooperators, are the Gilbreath, vice.president and

one, continues its sharp upward state's Experiment Stations, the agricultural representative of the I .
trend in exports of winter State Department of Agricultureand Exchange Bank of St Augustine !:

vegteables to this country atil a number of USDA Agen- and the Hastings Exchange FUNERAL HOMEA.

accounts for 90 percent of the cies. I Bank, has made outstanding I

to the U. S. the beef cattle
total imports contributions to
.
I R;. CRAIG. Funeral Director
The guide noted that the four industry in Florida. He is a past

leading vegetable imports( Outstanding Men president of the Florida Agricultural JOHN CAPO. ManagerAIR

matoes, cucumbers, peppers and Council and is presently a OXYGEN
eggplants-increased 30 percent member of the Executive Com- LADY I
Of AgricultureThree CONDITIONED I I EQUIPPED
from November 1965 through mittee.A ATTENDANT j
April 1966 over the same months Floridians have been pioneer developer In Flor CHAPEL AMBULANCES

a year earlier. honored as outstanding men of ida's cattle industry, Partin is
Phone ID 7 532
"Prices are a major factor In agriculture by the Florida Association an outstanding breeder of Brahman :

the U. S. governing the volumeof of County Agents. cattle. He is a past presi 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL, FLORIDA

imports from Mexico," the .
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IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IX
AND Fun KLAULEH COUNTY, '


WILLIAM JANE IN FLORIDA.CHANCERY.S.vs.HAMELMANN Plaintiff HAMELMANN.No. ,B308. I ANNOUNCING! I


Defendant
NOTICE TO DEPEND .
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO
JANE S. HAMELMANN
P. O. Box 17 ;
JACKSON. MISSOURIYou .
are hereby notified that a -
t tili
suit has ben tiled against you In
the above entitled cause; and you
are hereby required ktoorlhrso'8'Ot: = ?
swer with the s
and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney
whose name and address Is:
W. L. WADSWORTHP.
O. Box 896 '
Bunnell, Florida -l ia
not later than October 29, 1966. }
If you fall to do 10, decree pro
confeaso will be entered againstyou
for the relief demanded In the
bill of complaint. The nature of : .
said suit being: for divorce. $
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court this 22nd day of September : {.
1966. m W
GEORGE M. :MOODY
(Official Seal) Clerk of said ; ;
Circuit Court !f! .it.P. ;f e
By /s/ ;tcIi'tctrlck; !:-

_Sept. 29, Oct. 6. 13 20-Uc. :if.: Ii

IN TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OPFLAOLER =
jt.F .
COUNTY, FLORIDA
IV CHANCERY NO. 5368 .
RALPH J. SMITH, f
Plaintiff,
VII.
VIOLET I* SMITH.Defendant.
.

THE STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA DEFEND TO: Time Certificates II

1320 VIOLET Anderson I* SMITH Avenue =

Fort Myers, Florida
You are hereby notified that a
suit has been filed against you In : :

the are above hereby entitled required cause to ; file and your you = =

Court answer,the and with I to n the Tlf'r8.Clerk.plaintiff's copy of thereofupon this attorney II on New 90 Day BasisMINIMUM ,

whose name and address Is: m
DONALD E. BUCK = :
108 St. George StreetSt.
Florida iJ Pti
Augustine. CERTIFICATE
$1,000.00Et
,,
not later than October 29th A. D. iti
;
1966.
If you fall to do so, decree pro t.
confesso will be entered against

bill aid for of suit com being relief for.demanded The; ure the of EARN 5% FROM THE DATE OF DEPOSIT SELF-RENEWAL if I Iiti


WITNESS DIVORCE my hand and seal of Immediate growth for your savings begins on Time certificates take the fuss out of saving. Iti

aid A.Court D. 1968.this 23rd day of September $ the date of deposit, any day of the month. When your Certificates mature, they are automatically :ti

GEORGE M. MOODY said 't- renewed with no loss of interest, ''jtt
(Official Seal) Clerk of
Circuit Court f no work on your part, if so desired. tj

By /*/ Deputy Joyce Patrick Clerk $% A 5% INTEREST CHECK EVERY 3 MONTHS J
Sept. 29 Oct. 6, 13. 20UcIX
_TUB COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN m will be mailed to all of our Time Certificate INSURED SAFETY ttiitI
AND FOR FLAOLKR COUN.TY -
. .PRORATK., STATE Case OF Ne.FLORIDA.785 IN ; customers. Every deposit is fully insured up to $10,000 by n!

HARRY IN RE:CLEOG.Estate of t: the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. tli t

Deceased. }
NOTICE OF FILING PETITIONFOR # 1as
FINAL DISCHARGE OF
!f
EXECUTOR


CLEGG my have Notice petition l of l'nlerr Deceased:the for distribution Estate: that return given, I of.have HARRY and as that filed Executor for:I I CITIZENS BANK OF BUNNELL II IIII z#l


final discharge, and that on 1I th
November, 1988. I will apply to the
Honorable T. .McKnight, County BUNNELL, FLORIDA IIIi
Judge of Flagler County. Florida.
for approval of said final returns
and for an order of distributionand ;fi
for final discharge as Execu- 5% Is the maximum Interest rate allowed by the Federal Reserve Board for banks In amounts less than 100000.
tof Deceased.of the wilt of HARRY CLEGO. itl It#I

Dated Oct. 4th, 1966. !t! iJ.
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PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, October 13, 1966

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Next-of-kin Persons BUNNELL SCHOOL SPANISHLATINCLUB NEWSA Bunnell Methodist American Legion

BAND PARENTS i
meeting was held by the ChurchOliver Meets
Are Notified 'Monday
By NAME COMMITTEESBunnell Spanlsh-Latin Club on October

I High school Band seventeenth. Tony Parker has ( F. Taylor Pastor) I Flagler Post No. 115, American

Army Personnel Parents Association committeeswere begun work in forming a con PERSISTANCE Legion, will meet Monday night

On. several occasions recently, I announced at a recent stitution.For After a perplexing situation a at the Bunnell Civic Center. It

the next-of-kin of soldiers servo I meeting by Walter Wilkins, the Halloween Carnival, man sighed "What's the use of will be a regular meeting of the
ing In Vietnam have been sub. I president of the association. the Latin class will 'have a refreshment it all, I think I'll Just give up." Post and several matters of importance

jected to cruel hoaxes by per. booth with a Roman ,We all have some failures, but will be brought before
Un
sons who call on them In person Committee chairmen are: theme built by Dennis Clay, ;Christians should not let the the meeting. Plans for raising

by phone, or send telegrams iforms, Mrs. Sam Broadaway, Marvin Henry, Clifford Taylor'normal amount of failures disturb I money for the Post during the
assisting
fo them stating that their loved. with Mrs. Walter Wilkins Johnnie and David Johnson, Raymon and 'I their faith. At some pointI fall and winter months will be
; hospitality, Mrs. Alfred Tucker will furnish two discussed.The .
one has either been killed, Is believe the going "gets rough"
Seale; majorette uniforms, Mrs. trucks and George Allen will annual turkey shoots will
missing In action, or seriously for every person. Every genera. I
Lee Blakely, Mrs. Robert Owens, furnish the hay for the Spanishclass's underway sometime
wounded.In tion has seen evil in high places, get soon,
assisting; decorations, Mrs. Cur Tickets for this other .
hayride.
among raising
and money projects
an effort to help offset the we are not the exception.
tis Deer. publicity, Mrs. Dean
; may be bought at school for 75c, committee members stat
possibility of any such false re Addison However, this does not mean
Peterson transportation, -
; and $1.00 and at the
stag drag,
taken that all who attain of
port being seriously by Webber; photography and positions ed.The
carnival for $1.00 and $1.25
stag
the next-of-kin of Army person. programs, Theo Heln; chaperones importance are bad. The Chris. Post has acquired several
nel residing In the State of Florida i Mrs. Coy G. Harris. drag. tian church contains men, women new members and the Post is
i Johnnie Ruth Miller is chair.
the Public Information Of. youth, boys, and girls who looking forward to a very pro-
ficer, Headquarters, Florida Sec Band officers named by the man of the car decorating com are successful in life. We are fiable and inspiring 1966.67
Command IV U.S. band to the Association mittee for the homecoming pa. .
tor Army were not a church full of failures, but year.A
Corps, Naval Air Station, Jack Dennis Clay, captain; Ann Hu. rade. are always victorious through vlce commander will be elect.

sonville, made the following gas, first lieutenant; Johnnie Reporter Christ! Let us be more positivein ed at the meeting to replace
announcement today. Ruth Miller, secretary; Ann Jeanne Higginbotham Chuck Massinnee who has moved
our lives as Christians, and
"The official notification of the .Bourne, librarian; Catherine have a faith in Christ who will to Wisconsin.A .
of kin of member Stanish, lieutenant, of uniforms;
next
an Army
be victorious in
Club Will Install eternity. "But
that he Is dead, missing in !action !,Tony Parker, lieutenant of op
he who endures to the end will
or seriously wounded Is erations. single storm in 1934 blew
be saved. Mark 13:13.:
Officers
never sent by telephone or tel. TuesdayInstallation 300 million tons of soil from the
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s+vwvu
egram. It is always delivered In ceremonies will overplowed prairies of the United .

person by an Army officer or sen HASTINGS MATTRESS be observed next Tuesday eve Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune States, the National Geo
for noncommissioned officer I& UPHOLSTRY WORKS SZ50 A Year In Advance graphic says.
ning, Oct. 18, when officers elect
who Is prepared to present proofof
710-12 Lemon St.' of the Flagler Senior Citizens a
his Identity, if asked.
Palatka Flo..idaPhone Club will assume office for the
"Normally, the initial notification SEMINOLE
HUT
EA 5-9166 1966.67 year. The meeting will
is made through military
a
Furnlru-., Upholstering be held in Community Hall at
headquarters located near the Repaired & Refinished the Municipal Building, Flagler COLD BEER. andFOOD
residence of the next-of-kin. Mattresses & Box Springs
Beach.
Then, within a few days thereafter Mad to Order.Also Renovated
To
Go With It !
the next-of-kin will re Call Laura Morris 437-3233 There will be a potluck sup.

ceive written verification and After 6:00 P. M. per at 6 o'clock, preceding the COME ON DOWN. .
further information from the PRICES REASONABLE. Installation ceremonies. Rev.
BRING YOUR KNITTING-
Adjutant General, Departmentof BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. Reynold Hoover will act as the
the Army, Washington, D. C." Just as near a* your Installing officer. Members are KICK OFF YOUR SHOES AND RELAX I I I
Phone or Post Office
asked to 3 MILES SOUTH ON U.S. 1
bring a covered dish or
Drop Us A Card or Call
JOHN BROWN Free Pick-up & Delivery dessert for the supper. Coffee BOB and STELLA MOODY

GETS PROMOTION ... -..: will be furnished by the club.
John A. Brown, son of Mr. and -- ---- --

Mrs. Averley Brown of Bunnell,

Florida, has been promoted to
airman second class in the U. S. '

Air Force. 67 Chevrolet [!J
Airman Brown is a refrigeration

specialist at Orlando AFB,
Florida. He is a member of the

Military Airlift Command which
Everything new
provides global airlift for the na .

lion's graduate military of forces.A Sherman. High thai; could ]happen in styling. "

School, Seth W. Va., the airman
attended Daytona Beach Junior '

College. happened'With


SHRINE CLUB HOLDS

ANNUAL FISH FRY
The Flagler County Shrine

Club will have the annual Fish
Fry at the home of Mr. and .a+*;.: zscrwaxx H+N C at M:,+tex q 1 nac :.nrc.w QJ 40'no- 9'9D,Qd+

Mrs. John Rice tonight. Members :::ff-i

of the Club and their guests ,

will attend. The proceeds will

go to the !Shrine Crippled Chil

dren's Hospital in Greenville, 1967 Impala Sport Coups!
South Carolina.
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Bookkeeping and
Income Tax ServiceR.

T. ShockneyP.
O. Box 842
Ormond Beach. Florida

Phone 677-4587

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