The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
July 28, 1966
Publication Date:


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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note:
Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).

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University of Florida
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Emil A. Smythe I STUDENT CANDIDATE Second Annual LITTLE LEAGUE St. Augustine

Clerk Circuit I NURSING PROGRAMSIS Surfing ContestAt ALL STAR GAME Entertainment


Court DiesEmil August 10 is the final date at Flagler BeachThe Little League Baseball During AugustA

A. Smythe, Clerk of the DBJC for student candidates Second Annual Southeastern County Series will play their mid-August variety show
Circuit Court of Flagler County, planning to enroll this fall in Surfing Contest, sponsoredby second game Friday at the Bull. and St Augustine's 401st birth
the surgical technology or prac I I dog Stadium, July 29, beginningat
passed away Thursday after. Flagler Post< No. 115 of The day party are promised next
be of.
tical to
noon at the Halifax Hospital In nursing programs American Legion will get under. 5:30: p. m. month for visitors to this nation's
fered by the Mary Karl Divis The Yankess, winners of nine
next 5th at I
Daytona Beach. following a way Friday, August oldest city.
lengthy Illness. He was 67 yearsof ion in cooperation with Halifax Flagler Beach.According straight games In the summer The Royal Garden of the Courtof
age. District Hospital. to committee mem recreation program will play an Spain in 1672 will be the set
Entrance testing will begin at I All Star team, picked from the
born In Basel bers crowd will be
Mr. Smythe was a large on ting for the mid-month variety
8:30: a. m. sharp on the announced The series Is
league. for the
Switzerland and came to the hand for the three-day event. show, as the St. Augustine Pilot
United States In 1927. He came I Ito date according to Dr. Hal {, Registrations for the various crown of Flagler County and Club presents the "Royal Com
Massey, division director. I league champs. The series is for I
Flagler County fifteen years events are beginning to come in mand Performance" on Monday(
ago from New York City. He was Surgical classes will begin and some of the outstanding the best of five games. The' evening, August 15, at 8 o'clockin
office manager for the Flagler I August 29. The program requiresnine surfers in the Southeastern Yanks are managed by Stuart the city amphitheatre.
Truck and Tractor months to finish. states to be Rockett The All Stars are managed .
Companyuntil are expected present I Presented to benefit St. Au.
Practical nursing students will and coached Leslie
his ClerkIn for the contest. 'by
appointment as ( I gustine's outdoor drama "Cross
1961. He reelected In begin their year of training On 5th Pache and Kenneth Herring.The "
was Friday night, August and Sword, this fast-moving
1964 for a four( year term. He September 19. a surfing adventure film will be Yanks will start Ralph'I show will feature numbers
was a member of the Bunnell Test arrangements may be shown at the Bunnell TheatreIn Abraham, with a 4.0 record. The ranging from a Spanish Gypsy
Lions Club and the State Asso- made by contacting the voca Bunnell entitled "Out of Con. All-Stars will start Randy Herring dance, to a Pas de Deux, as the
ciation of Clerks. tional counselor, Dr. Massey trol." The film is in Kodacolor with a 1.1 record. The win. regally costumed St. Augustine

He Is survived by his wife, added. and will run for 90 minutes. An ; ner of the series will receive a Royal Family and guests enjoyan
Elizabeth of Bunnell; two admission charge will be made trophy from Wadsworth Lumber evening of international en
daughters, Ann Creal and Bar- I for this feature. Company. The third game will tertainment.
bara Smythe of Bunnell. Also This Week Is Show time will be 8:00 p. m. II be played at the Hlllcrest diamond August 25.27 the Jaycees will

surviving are four grand child On Saturday night, August 6 at Flagler Beach, Monday, present "Days In Spain," as the
ren. I National Farm a free dance and Royal Crown August 1, at 5:30 p. m. oldest city in the U. S. observesIts

Funeral services were held Party will be at Flagler Beach birthday with three days of
from the First Methodist Churchof Safety WeekThis Recreation Center. The music LIONS TO SPONSOR merrymaking.The .

Bunnell at two thirty Satur week is National Farm : will be by "Little Joe and the BLOOD DRIVEThe main location for the fiesta

day afternoon with the pastor, Safety Week, a time when spec. Cartwrights". Bunnell Lions Club voted will be narrow St GeorgeSt
Rev. Oliver F. Taylor officiating. ial attention is focused on all I Trophies for the surfing contests Tuesday to sponsor a commun where colorful booths will
Interment followed at the Espa- types of farm hazards. This year, are on display at the Surf. ity blood drive to be held at the be set up to offer visitors all
nola Cemetery. Arrangementswere particular emphasis is being side Flower Shop and will be on Civic Center on August 18. At sorts of foods and games. Span
under the direction of placed on highway accidents involving display at the Flagler Beach that time, members of the Lions ish shawls, flower baskets and
Craig Funeral Home of Bun !I slow-moving vehicles. Hotel during the contest, com I Club working with the local fiesta lights will decorate the
,I According to records of the mittee members stated. I I health department officials will Spanish balconies which line

nell.Active pallbearers were Dale I, National Vital Statistics Division I receive donated blood for the picturesque St. George Street
Brown, Don Moore, Lee Drazba, I i more farm accidents occur Sam Specter local bood bank. It Is hoped that while sword fighters and stroll.
P. A. Edmonson, Billy ,due to machinery mishaps than _. .' ".1 everybody will support this community I ing entertainers .provide livelydiversion. ..
worth, and Alfred Tucker.wads-1' from any other cause. In this is Campaigning For effort. .
orary bearers were Virgil Included slow moving vehicles. Lion President Jimmy Kelley Gala processions featuring

er, H. V. Peavy, Otis Each year, many people who Appeals Judge also announced plans for himself unique heads imported from
I Secretary Don Jordan, Spain will open and close "Daysin
George Wickline, T. K. Me- I live through a mishap suffer
Knight, Raymond Smith, Louis crippling and permanent injuryIn Sam Spector, a Tallahasseeman Zone Chairman John Seay and Spain," while the last night
/ Board member Levi Brannam will be climaxed by the cuttingof
Steflik, Jack Clegg, Tillman Rob working with or operating is campaigning in 37 to
inson, Don Jordan and C. H. I machinery. Added emphasis has counties, from Pensacola to attend the annual Cabinet meetIng a gigantic 401-candle birth
Cowart. I been placed on these accidentsthis Jacksonvile to Ocala, for the un- In Kissimmee this Sunday, day cake.
year since Farm Bureau is expired term of the late District July 31.Jack .
promoting a large triangular re- Court of Appeals Judge, Wallace Davis, out of town guest: FIRST BAPTIST
FARM BUREAU fleeter to be attached to the rear Sturgis. His opponent Is a resi speaker, gave a very Interestingtalk SPONSORS CHILDMISSIONARY
DUES REMAIN SAMEAt of slow moving vehicles on the dent of Jacksonville appointedby and demonstrated on the CLUB
a meeting of the Board of highway for both night and day Governor Haydon Burns origination and use of the Laz Spending this week in the
Directors of the Flagler County use. Information on the slow. after many years as Burns' personal ier, an electronic method of Bunnell area is Miss Leigh
Farm Bureau on Tuesday nightof moving vehicle reflectors can be attorney. light emission that transmits Crozier, a student at Florida
last week, it was decided obtained from any of the local Spector did his undergraduatework sound waves and has many Baptist College, Miami, who is
that local dues would remain Farm Bureau representatives or In West Virginia and re- other scientific uses. Mr. Davis doing child missionary work.
$10.00 per year. through the County Agent. ceived his law degree in Florida. stated that this was one of the Sponsored by the Child Evangel.Ism .
This will require a tighteningof Other primary causes of aver After practicing privately for most significant Inventions of Fellowship of Volusia Coun
the local budget since state dents on the farm in the orderof some( years, he was appointed recent times. : ty and under the auspices of
dues have increased from $5.00to importance are drownings, Assistant Attorney General in First Baptist Church, Bunnell,
$7.50. firearms, falls, blow from ob 1959 by the Honorable RichardW. DR. REYNOLDS She has been conducting classes
The group selected the weekof jects, fires, animas, electricity, Ervin, now a Justice of the PRESENTS CLINIC TO I at St. Johns Park Community
October 10.21 for the Annual poisonings, and lightening Florida Supreme Court. He con House, Greater Shiloh Baptist
meeting. Exact date is to be de. The above statistics do not in. tinued his public service under DENTAL SOCIETYDr. Church in Haw Creek, and Jarosz
termined later.Former clude home accidents. The major Attorneys General Jimmy Kynes Frank A. Reynolds of Bun Trailer Park.
accidents in the home are from and Earl Faircloth. nell presented a two-hour clinic Known as 5-day Clubs, the
Bank internal and external medicines As Assistant Attorney Generalof to the Central District Dental story-telling, singing and bible
(mostly asprins); household the State of Florida, Spectorwas I Society at their meeting at the verse sessions began Monday
Sold preparations such as cleaners, the legal advisor to many Voyager Motel In Daytona Beachon morning and will conclude Fri
Building polishers, kerosense, cosmetics, of the state agencies, Includingthe July 22.
Floyd Tingley of the Bunnell I turpentines, pesticides and poisonous Department of Agriculture, The clinic was on "Helpful day.Miss Crozier has been devotingan
Auto Parts Inc., has purchasedthe plants. the Office of the Comptroller, the, Hints In General Denlstry" and hour each day to the workat
building formerly occupiedby So there are a lot of ways to Office of the Secretary of State, I each idea was illustrated with each location.MONTHLY .
the Citizens Bank of Bunnell. I practice safety around the home. the Florida Securities Commission colored slides. The clinic was
The building Is located on the And even though these figures the Florida Board of Optometrists well received by the large groupof
corner of West Moody Boulevardand are gathered from a state and and the State Boardof dentists who were attendingthe MEETINGSET
Bay street, and housed the national basis, nevertheless we Funeral Directors and Em- three-day meeting.Dr. .
Citizens Bank since it was established have many cases each year here balmers. He is a specialist In Reynolds has been Invitedto Citizens
In 1938. It was also the in Flagler county of crippling or constitutional law and state present similar programs to Flagler Senior
former Bunnell State Bank build fatal accidents suffered on the taxation and-has handled many the Volusla County Dental Society Club will hold its regular meet-
farm or in the home. Important cases for the state. and to the Orange County Ing next Tuesday evening, August
ing.Charles Creal, president of the I We live and work with many Spector Is a member of the Dental Society In Orlando In No 2, in the clubroom at the
Florida and the American Bar vember.A Municipal building, Flagler
bank, said the new owners were- potentially dangerous Beach. This will be the last
purchasing the building for I j each day, so It pays to have a Associations, the TallahasseeBar
rental property. They will take knowledge of these hazards and Association, the Federal Bar photographers' paradise, .of three monthly meetings
possession the first of the month. I to be aware of their existence and has been admitted to prac- Florida Cypress Gardens has scheduled for the summer.its twice-
Present renters are the Land'n when they are around.It ( tice before the United States been called the "world's finest club will resume In
Sea Fashions, Flagler County Is Interesting to note that Supreme Court. He Is In the Administrative outdoor color studio. monthly meeting schedule

Abstract Co., and several of. farm accidents ranked third In Law Committee and September.
Committee for and was active with the state There will be a potluck sup.
the Grieveance
flees on the second floor. Thereis number of deaths In 1964. Toping on
also a parking area in the the list was mining and the Second Judicial Circuit, both In the field of legislative oppor- I, per at 6 o'clock entertainment to tbe followedby and
rear of the building.The other extractive work with construction standing committees of the tionment
Is married to the : card games.
Florida Bar. Spector
Citizens Bank moved on second.
He has represented the state former Lecky Lanier of Talla
modern I
May 26 to their new I
building on the corner of East Teamwork succeeds when both of Florida before both the state hassee. They live at 1510 Golf Some wives are like fishermen..
in Tallahassee. They think the best got away.P.
Moody Boulevard and Pine St horses pull. 'courts and the federal courts Terrace

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production Is concerned.It's i -
DARE Animal
hoped by the DARE com iII l
mittee that the up-coming legislature II

Industry Figures might act on establish WE GIVE METT Quantity Reserved Right
ing a Light Horse Research Unit S
Holding FirmThe I ***
Sat the university. A 50 per cent

latest DARE committee foal crop is one of the biggest TOP PRICES GOOD

reports on Florida's animal industry problems facing horse raisers, Thurs., Fri., Sat.,

are holding firm on predictions and only research can start pro. VALUE SUPER MARKET and Monday

made In 1964. IncreasesIn grams to fight this and other July 28, 29, 30

beef produced In the state by production problems. accordingto I and Aug. 1st
1975 are still expected to be Dr. Cunha. I STAMPS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.

about 85 per cent. Milk production has been re Tel. 437-3201

In vised from 1.8 to 1.98 billion
"The calf crop percentage
Florida, which Is one of the big. pounds by 1975. This 10 per cent
gest problems for the state's increase is the result of a similar Valleydale SmokedHAMS

rancher's, Is presently Increasing increase in Florida's dairy

at a faster rate than expect. cow numbers.The SHANK Ib. *

ed," said Dr. T. J. Cunha, chair committee chairman stat- HALF 55
Science Department ed that no changes have been
man of the Animal !
at the University of I made in the original DARE projections BUTT CENTER

Florida and chairman of the! on poultry except for an HALF, Lb. 59e SLICES. Lb. .n..n......... 79c
Increase In broilers from 14 mil
UF committee.The animal. industries DARE I lion birds to 22 million birds, or I FREE HAM DEMONSTRATION Fri. & Sat. Try them before you buy them

I 57 per cent increase.He U. S. Choice
DARE projections for I
said this increase was due
swine also show no need for I mainly to the increased broiler
according to Dr. Cun I
changes ROUND
production in Live Oak area. STEAK lb.
ha. Current only information a modest Increase still indicates I Operation DARE which means 89

Developing Agriculture Resources
in swine production by 1975.
U. S. Choice
I Effectively, was started at the
"The could change de.
picture University of Florida in 1964 by
pending on results received from Dr. E. T. York, Jr., provost for
research now !underway and agriculture. CHUCK ROAST lb. 49'Lean
other projects which are being
Each year, DARE committees
considered," Dr. Cunha said.
within the various segments oFlorida's
Some early studies with blackstrap BonelessALLMEAT
$4 billion'complex
corn are encouraging, the UF program in order to STEW lb.
scientist said, and If these studies 69
keep pace with the changes
prove successful, they could I taking place.Bunnell.
give an added push to the hog i

industry.Two .
new swine units soon to Methodist Small MeatySPARE Lean (Center Cut)
go into operation at the Suwannee -

Valley Experiment Station, ChurchOliver RIBS PORK CHOPS
Live Oak and In Marianna will
also stimulate the swine Indus- ( F. Taylor. Pastor) lb. 690 lb.

try.An Massive scientific research
intensive survey, in coop.
and mechanical inventionscause
eration with the state extension

service, is now being conductedto that the many physical people and to scientific assume World's BestGROUND Lean Meaty (Pork)
evaluate the status of the
things are the greatest. We are BEEF NECK BONES lbs. $ horse Industry. Dr. Cunha explained 5
the marvels of
often tempted by
that the industry has
It Is not hard to be Ibs. Fresh Ocean Mullet
"tremendous potential," and this age. captivated Z 9ge 4 lbs. $4TOO
within the realm of the
said Florida could become one
of the top two or three states In present projected economic boom
which implies that the true values _
the country" as far as lighthorse
of life are found within WITH OVER
the individual's own personal I DOUBLE STAMP DAYS $5.00

gratifications of material things. I ORDER

WANT ADS The so God magnified, physical or at least that pleasures reduce they exclude can Christianity be. | THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, JULY 28 AND 29 I

Listings under this heading are to the fringe areas of life --
3 cents word. each insertion.
a God did not intend for man to
75 cents la the minimum charge
live In abject poverty, in fact, Juiced-Rite Cabin Home
God did intend for to havea Hershey'sSUGAR
FOR SALE-19 Inch rotary mow man DRINKS (Plain or S. R.)
er $15.00. Phone 4392035. 7-28-lc healthy enjoyment of the phys
leal. However, the physical 57 oz. $4fOO MEAL
4-door 27x64 white steel kitchen pleasures were never intendedto 3 JL Ib
cabinet, used, $12.50. Jerry's set the norm of life even if 5 B' 3ge 5 lb. 35

Furniture and Appliances, Old they were to be enjoyed. The'Good Limit ((1) with $5.00 or Bag $
Dixis Highway, 2 miles south of news" of an eternity with Showboat 300 Can more food order
Korona. Phone 4373752. 7-28-ltc God through Jesus Christ. Jesus and
wants his followers to have a PORK Jim DandyQUICK
WANTED-Nurses aids for the
true: understanding of God's relationship
Bunnell General Hospital. High GRITS
to man, and in this BEANS Giant Size
School Graduates not planningto
attend college and wishing to understanding Christians would Cans $4TOO TIDE OR AJAX
learn the work, may be trainedon have a message to proclaim. 8 5 Bug 35 C
'And he said unto them, Go ye
the job. Contact Z. D. Hoi Into all the world and preach I & 47 e
land, adminstrator. 7-28-ltc Everfresh
the: gospel to every creature.
O'Sage (2% Can)
Limit 1 of your choice with
Mark 16:15.Thinking.
SEE THIS MODERN 3-bedroom Regular
$5.00 or more food order
home on canal with boat dock PEACHES

at 115 Lantana Avenue, Flagler is the first requisiteof BREAD Cans
Beach. Large living, and dining any freedom.PETERSON. For 4
room, built in kitchen, 1% bath, 5 85* Maxwell House

Florida room, workshop, 2 car INSTANT
garages. 90x112 lot. $14,500.00.Call .
2527571. July 14, it I SERVICE Everfresh 6 oz. Personal Size

LOSE WEIGHT safely Light Mechanic Work
Tablets. 98c at ((1)) with $5.00
Dex-A.Diet Only Phone 437-3441: Junnell BREAD4For85c or Bars

Moody's_ J Pharmacy. June 9, 12tp- more food order67C 4 29*.

SINGER sewing machines. New, ----

used, repairs. Call Bob French,
253.4541 Daytona collect. I HASTINGS MATTRESS Delmonte (Light Chunk) Frozen Foods


fields Installed; Rota-Roter snail 710-12 ,Lemon St. Golden Gem 6 oz.
shell. Reasonable prices. Call Palatka, Florida Golden YellowBANANAS Cans $4TOO
George Jarosz, 437.3410 8.1-tfJOHNSTON'S Phone EA 5-9166 3 JL LEMONADEUpton's

lX>v*>> -< <>/VS/V-1 Furnltu-i, Upholstering Limit (3)) Please
Repaired & Refinished O Cans
Mattresses & Box Springs fOe 9ge
FLAGLEB BEACH REALTY CO. Made 10 Order,Also Renovated

LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, Call Laura Morris 437-3233 (48 ct.)
WATER FRONT, FARMS, After 6:00 P. M. U. S. No. 1 (Irish) Big ScoopPOTATOES

tu for your real estate needs
Just tu near as TOUT
Office Phone HE 9.2242 Phone or Post Office 48 59C 1/2 Gal.
Residence Phones ID 7-3691 Drop Us A Card or Call I 10 Bag 490 Ct. 4ge

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n The other two structures will CAMP FOR CRIPPLES
New Buildings be located east and west respectively I

I :7faLeach i II Planned For of Bailey Hall and HOLDS OPEN HOUSEThe

I will have a total of 53,700 square fifth annual open house

a feet each. and carnival for Camp Chal
DBJC This Fall
One will house data process. lenge, Florida's Easter Seal

ADULT GAMES PARTY show on their return. On Thurs. A football field size training ing, guided studies, student personnel camp for handicapped childrenand
SUCCESSFUL AFFAIR day (today) beginning at 2 p. I complex estimated to cost 1.63 services, and the Law I young adults, will be held

The weatherman was kind to m. the Ladies Guild will meetin million dollars will be the next Enforcement program on the Sunday, July 31, from 2 to 5 In
those attending the games party Fellowship Hall with Mrs. building on the campus at Daytona main floor. The second floor will I the afternoon.
last Friday evening at the Flag. Elizabeth Tidwell and Mrs. Kay Beach Junior College. accommodate business education Camp Is located on State Road
ler Woman's Club as cool ocean Swayze as hostesses. Mrs. Albert Also scheduled in the next the hotel-motel and restaurant 46 In Lake County, 8 miles east
breezes made fans unnecessary. Batten will preside In the ab building plan set to begin this' management program and of Mt. Dora and 15 miles west
High score winner of the eve sence of Mrs. R. W. Dickert, October are a pair of two story I' distributive education. Also there of Sanford. The public is Invited .
ning was Mrs. Dorothy Lowry, President. classroom buildings estimatedto will be several general class. to attend.A .

of Miami, who was a visitor at cost a total of $967,000.00 1 rooms.
FLAGLER BEACH M. Y. F. also with carnival atmosphere will
the Sam Novick home. total for The other structure
bringing capital outlay I I
Mrs. V. W. Haines, ways and PLANS FASHION SHOW I the 1966.67 DBJC school year to 53,700 square feet of training provide the big campsite with
means chairman wishes to: The Flagler Beach Methodist over 2.6 million dollars. i space will provide laboratory colorful exhibits, booths, games
thank all those attending and a Youth Fellowship will sponsora I I and classroom spaces for mechanical and shows, all put together by
"special" thanks to Mrs. Sam I fashion show on Saturday, Federal funds totaling $296-I I I and civil technology, the campers and the counselors.The .
Novick, Mrs. Charles Sindelar, : August 13, 1966. It will be at 7:30: 480.00 are Included in the pro. j!I drafting, electronics, building main event will be an
Mrs. H. G. Heydt, Mrs. Jasper:i p. m. in fellowship hall. ject. The remainder will come construction and watch repair. acquacade (weather permitting)
White and Miss Janet Haines for I Fashions for all ages from I from the state's Minimum Foundation The second floor will be devoted performed by the campers.

their part in making it the success Ii Montgomery Wards will be mod. Program, according to to health related pro. : Wheelchairs, crutches, braces
It was. Plans are being eled by some of your friends. college president R. F. Bergen. grams, namely, registered nursing i and artificial limbs are discarded

made to have another one on I Tickets may be obtained from I gren. i II I Ij practical nursing, radiology when it's time to swim. Despite

Friday, August 5th, beginningat any member. There will be floor The large sctructure primarily i! surgical technology and mental I their handicaps these youngsters
7:30 p. m. with the summer I I prizes and refreshments.DR. will house heavy shop equip.1 health technology. I I develop amazing skills In the
donation price In effect. I ment including the Mary Karl DBJC'S capital outlay budget water all of which they will

At the Games party on Thursday ARTHUR M. BUSWELL I programs in air-conditioning and currently stands at $2,900,456! demonstrate at their show.

evening Eddie Dodimead Word has been received aboutth refrigeration, small engine me I of which $2,465,000 is committedto Also visitors
of Arthur M. Bus. be given a
with death Dr. chanics and alterations the buildings. $60,000 of
was honored a birthday dry cleaning new tour
I of
complete the
cake and ice cream during the well of Gainesville, Florida. Dr. graphic arts, printing, I the 2.9 million dollars approximately I with campsite
a description of the
refreshments period. His birth. Buswell, who owns a home in photography as well as cabinet already has been spenton camp
day was the following Sunday. Flagler Beach, died on June 6, making and millworking. the current building projectand program.

Miss Derese Owens, Miss Faye 1966. He was a noted research. The massive structure will be another $100,000 is ear Camp Challenge Is owned and
Hutchinson and "Bubba" Hutch. i scientist and chemist, and passed 293 feet long and 128 feet wide. marked for refurbishing the operated by the Florida Societyfor
inson were welcomed for the away after a prolonged ill It will be located south of Bailey campus boiler plant. No esti Crippled Children and Ad-

first time attending. Mrs. Victor ness. Hall encompassing the site of I mate was given as to the com ults,903 Lee Road, Orlando. M.
Buckles' "stop by" visit was appreciated Dr. Buswell was well known the old cafeteria and temporary pletion date of the new structures I Lisle Reese is state director andL.
for his work the anaerobic 1I
also. The weekly par. on building, formerly occupied by i President Bergengren not Paul Murray is camp direc
ties will continue until school digestion aspects of sewage I the school. 'ed. :' tor. I
treatment and for his research
begins with prizes and refresh -------
in water chemistry. He is sur
ments given for the small en. I
donation. ( vived by his wife Marion and
trance I
II I his daughter, Mrs. Mary Ann
I Koon, of Gainesville, Florida. AUGUST 2nd
Miss Anne Bourne returned
"The Disciple Who Wore TwoHats" home last Thursday after spending ASK
will be the theme of the ANY ATTORNEY ABOUT
a month in Orangeburg, S. C.
to be brought by Rev.
message While there she visited Mr. and
Shelton Brooks next Sunday at
Mrs. Harold Hardy and family
11 a. m. at the Community Me. I
morial Church. Rev. Brooks is i I
filling th pulpit for Rev. R. W. ,
DIckert, pastor who, with his 1 Miss Betty Lynn Bourne who I
I lis attending a lab technitlon
wife are on an extended visit to
the Holy Land. A card was read course at Halifax Hospital in
from them telling of the won. I Daytona Beach, arrived home -

derful time they are having and last weekend accompanied by .
to I her roommate, Miss Pam Lam. } *
are taking many pictures
I I I bert from Merritt Island. I ilkt* "1ir t

Alexander Miss Kathy Bourne accompanied )} K : )}
Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Herr and t
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Lumber family to New Orleans last "
CompanyFLAGLER I week. They visited Baton Rouge, )}

BRANCH I and saw many places of Interest,I A w. -
while there. .y ."

Summer Time Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Radford.I II

14 from Belmont, N. C. and Mrs. I I
Special W. A. Babbitt and Mrs. Irene )} )}

e Bollinger from Augusta, Ga., ar

: Quantity Discount Paint rived Tuesday to spend several )}
days visiting with relatives. Mrs. )}
Babbitt is the mother of James
SALE A. Babbitt and Mrs. Radford and
Mrs. Bollinger are his sisters. )}

Savings up to 20% on I
Guests of Mrs. Mae Hendren
Exterior-Interior I SACK
last week were Mrs. Mary Han-
Masonry-Wood Paint sen and Mrs. Keith Morrison of

Let us assist you with our Jacksonville.Mrs. FIRST DISTRICT COURT OF APPEALVOTE

remodeling or home Marie Janicki had as her TO RETAIN THE BEST QUALIFIED MAN WITH

improvement service. house guest, her son in law and

TRADE WITH JOHNNY Tyczynskl of Detroit, Michigan,
who are spending a two weeks (Member Jacksonville Bar Assn., since 1926))

vacation here.

Endorsed and Actively Supported By Prominent
3 GAL. FOR $5,00 Mr. and Mrs. Victor Buckles of

QUALITY PAINTCome Shell Bluff are vacationing at Attorneys In Every County In The District
their beach North
( In and ace It made) cottage on
It. V. Yeoman, Ormond Beach AlA. Their house guests include
Corner Hand Ate. Jk V. $. 1 their nieces, Joy Stewart and PLEASE NOTE! YOUR MUCH-APPRECIATED BEST WISHES

677.8020 677.8929 Dianne Dobbins of Ft. Mill, S. C.



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;f LOCALS i cSscwtNC., Meat Loaf

'I II I HAROLD BOWDENS i Mrs. Nazhala Trad was in Jack 3 lb. loaf $189

, HONORED ON I I sonville last week end for a visitI I
I with her son and daughter in
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Blakely were I law, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Trad
I'ANNIVERSARY hosts at a dinner party Mon I I".
day evening at their home, 305
North Pine St., honoring Mr. I Polly Cantrell of Orlando was SALE
and Mrs. Harold Bowden on their i I a recent visitor here with her
35th wedding anniversary.Mr. j brother in law and sister, Mr. CHUCK
and Mrs. Bowden were | and Mrs. Roscoe Lynn. ROAST lb. 49
married in the Bunnell Method. ,
1st Parsonage on Church Street j I Mrs. Marie West and children,
by the late Rev. J. B. Culpepperwho Kathy and Buddy, left Sunday
was pastor of the church at I!I for a vacation in Orlando, Cypress CHUCK STEAK lb. 59
that time. They are residents of | Gardens, Silver Springs,
Haw Creek. 'and Kinsley Lake.

Mrs. Roger Turner has return i Miss Zena Muzyka left dur RIB STEAK lb. 79
ed home after a vacation spentin ing the week end for a visit in
Las Vegas with her son, Nassau.
Charles Turner. During her visit I
there she visited in Salt Lake' Mrs. Amorette Wells has returned -
City, Utah, and points in Call. i ifornla. | to her home here after a Fresh Florida Grade "A"

Charles is accompany. ,j visit in Baxley, Georgia, with
ing her on the return trip and the Bill Bowers and N. A. Conner FRYER QUARTERS Ib. 33Lean *
will visit here for some time be. family.
fore returning to Las Vegas.Mr. .

Stop over guests Sunday of Western
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Blakely were
and Mrs. Gordon Buckles i
and children are visiting inj j Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Blakely and *
Goldsboro, N. C. with her par. I: two sons of Knoxville, Tenn. PORK STEAKS Ib. 59
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Fetterley. I They are vacationing in Daytona
i, Beach.
I Streak O'LeanWHITE
FRIENDLY CIRCLE Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Knight and
MEETING THURSDAYMrs. I children are vacationing in
Mary Jo Seale and Mrs. points of North Carolina.Mr. BACON Ib. 49
Evelyn Cook were hostesses to 1
the Friendly Circle of the Methodist and Mrs. Richard Cantrell
Church Thursday night. I and Peri Knight of Miami, visit.
The meeting was at the Seale ed here during the past week
home on North Cherry street. end with relatives.Mrs. I Ask G. C. For Special Meats Cut To Your SatisfactionBush's

Ray Mercer gave the devotion. ,
al which was followed by the L. L. Brannon, Mrs. Min
business and social meeting. I nie Brannam, and James Alan No. 2% Can
Eleven members were presentfor Brannam are vacationing in Ea
the meeting. I Maggie Valley, N. C. CRISCO OIL

STORK SHOWER i Mrs. Walter Knight has as her Kraft Qt. Jar

HONORS MRS.BLONDHEIM guests this week her grand son, MAYONNAISE Ea. 490 24 *
Richard French of Daytona tl29
Mrs. Kathryn Mentzer and Beach.
O'.age No. 21/2 Can
Mrs. Louise Phippins entertained
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
with a stork shower at the I Tom Holden returned to Eliz- PEACHES 4 For $.OO
Phippins home Friday afternoon abethton, Tenn., last week for a
honoring Mrs. Frances Blond. visit with the Julian Caudill
helm. family. He and Mrs. Holden will Delmonte 46 oz. Can _
The baby theme was carriedout be returning home in the near FRUIT DRINKS 4 For $100 Pill bury'. (Sweet or Buttermilk) I
in the decorations and re future.
freshment course. BISCUITS I
Mrs. Myrna Knight and daugh Colgate Giant Size
CLAUDE ADAIR PARK 4th ters, Lynda, Lyna and Lisa, are DENTAL Ea.LIPTON'S .
Mr. and Mrs. Adair Park of in Alexandria, Va., for a visit CREAM 3ge 8 Can oz. 50
Chattanooga, Tenn., announce with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
the arrival of a seven pound 13 Moody and Lee. Limit 4 with $5.00 or more food order
ounce son born July 19. He has
been given the name of Claude Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tracey of
Adair 4th. Jacksonville visited here last I TEA BAGS FROZEN FOODS -
Mrs. Park is the former Judith week with her parents, Mr. and
Lewis of Bunnell, the daughterof Mrs. Herbert Allen. 48 ct. Big Dip 1/j Gal.Pkg. .
Clyde Lewis and late Mildred : Zge Ea.
B. Lewis of Bunnell. Twenty-five of the Methodist ICE MILK 4ge

Youth Fellowship were in Daytona Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Mrs. Alva Lewis of Starkville, Beach Tuesday night on a Sara Lee ALL BUTTER 12 oz. Pkg.
Miss., and Mr. and Mrs. James bowling party. This was the re I
Oswalt and 4 children, of Over. creation outing program for the POUND CAKE Ea. 6ge
land Park, Kansas, are visiting week. I FRESH PRODUCE _
here for a week with Mr. and
Mrs. Duane Deen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chambersof Golden RipeBANANAS
They will also spend some timeat Jacksonville are guests of Mr. lb.
Flagler Beach. Mrs. Lewis is and Mrs. F. J. Chambers and Mr. tOe TIDE I
the mother of Mrs. Deen and and Mrs. Charles Chambers this Calif. SunkistLEMONS
Mrs. Oswalt. week.
Dozen 390 SIZELimit 48
Visiting here during the week Guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bob
end with Wilson Avery, includedhis Cook this week is their grand Juicy SweetLOPES
brother and sister in law, daughter, Dianne Gignac of 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Mr. and Mrs. Arch Avery and Clearwater. I I 3 For $100

three children, Fulton, Joe and I I
Shelia. of Eau Gallle. Continued To page 8 j

Flagler County Insurance

Agency, Inc. 1 1 It

All Forms of Insurance

105 North Bay Street .:. Phone 437-3171

Bunnell, Florida 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTY Phone 437-3227
BONDS 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Quantity Right Reserved Prices Good July 28, 29, 30, 31, and August 1, 1966


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I than a hundred towns, cities, naming geographic places after jny-- had just built the biggest Shrimp as large as lobsters
Geographic Name i I tradition .II I are found in the crystal clear
It I dams, and mountains In the Soviet : national leaders Is ) plant in town.
Union and eastern Europe with most nations.Newfoundland water of Florida's SIlver Springs.

, Changing Keeps I bore the leader's name. recently honor I

When Stalin was desanctlfled I ed Sir Winston Churchill by renaming I BUDDY KNOX
Map Busy I by Khruschev, Soviet may makers I Hamilton River and aI
I renamed all of the Stalin-
names can falls In Labrador after the British YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER
Geographic place
change as suddenly as women's I skisStalinos Inabad, Stalinskoye, as well, and as a Stalin-Stal- I wartime hero. Bunnell Atlantic Service Station

hemlines. (I ka. Even the most famous of the I Ii i To the consternation of map

The capital city of West Irian i namesakes cities, Stalingrad, became I II I makers and schoolboys, the map I U.S. Highway 1 T Day Phone 437-3652
of Africa is blossoming with one /
different namesin )
has had three Volograd. .
new name after another. New Night Ph. 4373944REPAIR
less than four years, the National I the
As the Kremlin goes, go Nations have such
Stalin Bulgaria'slargest
: satellites. ,
Nek 1[ striking names as Zambia, Mal
s When former Netherlands port on the Black Sea, re CARBURETORS
and Malawi.A .
to Indonesia
Guinea was turned over nafe of Var
in 1963, Hollondia became \ verted to its former contest decided the name 24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service

Kotabaru, which was na.Soon after de-Stalinization, I of one African nation. When I

changed again to Sukarnapurain law forbidding Tanganyika and Zanzibar merg
of Indonesian President the Soviets passed a ed in 1964, a cash prize of $28
honor of living I
the use of names
was offered for the best sug
i Sukarno. down went place
persons gestion. Some entries: Tangany-
The winds of political changein based Khrushchev, 24 HourWrecker
almost be names ikazan, Zanzinyika, Tanzan, and ServiceFlagler
nations can
some Voroshilov, etc. The I
Zantan. The winner Tanzania.
gauged by looking at a map In. Ukrainian town of Khrushchev .
dex. Recently, the Congo ogovern-
became Kremges. I ment decreed that Leopoldville,
have Truck & Tractor Co.MASSEYFERGUSON
Rise and Fall of Stalin Although Soviet names Stanleyville, and Eliscabetlwille .
During Stalin's reign, more I reflected changes in regimes, I would be known by African

BUDGET names: Kinshasa, Kisangani,,
; Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
Florida Statutes 1941
of Section 237.12
Tursuant to the provlalons
", as amended by Section 8, Chapter 22.839 Laws of Florida Acts of 1945.the The martyrdom of President
notice Is hereby given that a public hearing shall be held by VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
County Board of Public Instruction of Flagler County. Florida on John F. Kennedy triggered a record
M. In the office of County Superintendent I Owner Bunnell Florida
August 4. 1966 at the hour of 8:00: P. with ,
In llunnell Florida for the purpose of discussing number of geographical;
\\1 the Citizens of the County the proposed school budget of said county 1967 honors. The range of of buildings
June 30
for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1966, and ending . .. . . .
afteh I. . .. .. . .. .
follows ( and named
which I budget l la summarized as : places KO! O>IO IOIOOOO!O.OOO : . . . . .
I'AUT I. OprmtlnK Fund him extended from Yemen's new i

llrvrnur State Local A Sources Sources Ilecrlptu....................................................................................$315,308.00 public waterworks to the great '8:=: HART REFRIGERATION %:::

Taxes ... ... .. .............. ...$347.998.00Other space center in Florida, known
.....:...::..:............_ ... 87,800.00
Total Local Sources :::::::::.........................................._.._........... 435498.00 for centuries as Cape Canaveral.Pop .

& Receipts .....................................,..-.._.?,-................ 750,808.00 Song River ::: ANDELECTRIC :::
Total Revenue
Balances at Beginning of Year ................................_............. 62029.00 Political heroes are not the

Total Revenue, Receipts. & Balances ......................_.._?.......?.........812835.00 only persons honored In geography :
Sotto II Monte, the Italian .

Administration Appropriation .and..........Expenditure..................................................................,................ 34311.00 John town XXIII where was born the ,late changedits Pope 8 t 4

: Bunnell Fla. Box 253-A Rl :$:
Instruction Instruction ................... ....._........,......_......._.......... 454140.00 name to Sotto II Monte Giovanni ,
Free Salaries Textbooks for ..........................._.....?.............._......._...__...?........ 6,7(9.00 XXIII, meaning "Under Phone 437-3698 :::
and Materials Center ... .......__.................. 2321.00 "
School Libraries .. ? __................ 4445.00 the Mountain John XXIII. !4 .
Other Teaching I Expenses Supplies for Instruction ........ ... 5,116.00 Men in music and the arts .:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.,.:.:.:.:.:.:.'r.

Total Expenses for Instruction ......................_.................................... 472791.00 have been honored, too. The

of Plant ,......................... ,.?. ... ........... .. State of Maine renamed Its Appalachian
Operation ?
of Plant ....... ....... _......_. ..... lUll. Mountains after local
Maintenance Services .;..................?...............J... .g.... .......j...:. .!!
Auxiliary Charges ...................... ..... ........... .. poet Henry Wadsworth Long. BROWN & BROWN INC.
Fixed Services .................................. .... ...... .
Community Other Counties ......................_..........?...?..?............ 9034.00 fellow.' Georgia's Back River was
Outgoing Remittances Transfers to ............_:.....?\......:._........................._........__.......... 91,400.00Reserves renamed Moon River in honor of
& Balances at Close of Year ..........-............?.................... 74000.00 the Academy Award winning I INSURANCEOUR

Total Appropriations, Transfers, & Reserves .....?....................... 812,835.00PART song written by Georgian Johnny .

Mercer. I
II. Debt Service Budget PHONE NUMBER IS
Anticipated Receipts, Transfers, and Balances When residents of Blaney,

Transfers Transfer from from Capital Operating Budget n\KilJJg.t'\ ::=:_,::::::::::::$ 45,421.00 23,000.00: : South Carolina, changed their
town's to Elgin, It was a
Total Receipts Transfers, and Balances .................................. 68,421.00! simple name case of southern hospi 4373394YOU

Appropriations I of ,231.r2at"s........Balances._ _...._.... ....._.................._..... 40.1100.00 tality. The Elgin Watch Compa-
Payment of Bonds and Time Warrants ....._........._...?............ 18000.00 -- --- -
Payment 237.27 Loans .... .... ... :... .. _. ............ 1925.00 --- --
Interest Interest on on Bonds ...._......................................,.....__............... 898.00Total

Appropriations, Transfers, and Balances ..........._........... 68,421.00

PART III.Revenue Capital Tranters Improvement and Balances Fund Budget DO HAVE A CHOICEHelp

... $ 23,772.00
Transfers CO & DS from Distributed Operating to Counties Budget (K-12)) :::::::.. ::::::::::::::::: 68,400.00: :

Total Revenue and Transfers ...................._...........?................. 92,172.00Fund Elect As Judge
Balance July 1, 1968 ..............................-......................., 55,146.25Total

i Revenue Transfers and Balances .................................. 147,318.25
f Sam Spector of TallahasseeTo

Appropriations Sites ........ ....Transfers. .,...and.. ......Balances................. .......................... ......... 10000.00
and Additions? .................................__....... .._.... 45,000.00Remodeling
Buildings ..................... ..........._..._.................._,......,,...,........ ..::.:. 10000.00 The District Court of Appeal
Additional Equipment .......................... .. ... 7,000.00Library :
Original Books or ......................... ....... ................-.......?..._?.......:.. 6,000.00
Audio Visual Materials ........?...........................?.........?....... 6,000.00Total A man with these qualifications asks for your considerationand

Appropriations ........................................................................ 84000.00 vote:
Transfer to Debt Service Budget ................................................. 45.421.00Total

Unappropriated Appropriations Fund and Balance Transfers..............:::::::::::::::._.:::::::::::::::::::::::.: 129,421.00 17,897.25: 1. Assistant Attorney-General for last 7 years.

Total Appropriations. Transfers and Balances .........._................$147,318.25 2. Served under Attorney-General Richard W. Ervin and his

successors Jimmy Kynes and Earl Faircloth.

details of each separate parts of the budget summarized
above Complete are on file and available of Public for Instruction public Inspection at Bunnell at the, 'Florida office of and the 3. Graduate of West Virginia University.

County Superintendent available for public hearing together with all supporting
will statements also be and information.All are. cordially Invited to participate In this 4. Specialist in Constitutional Law; represented your State

public hearing Interested and persons to discuss the school program and budget for the before the Supreme Court of the United States.


( R'6tDGLfi\ Chairman' :. FLORIDA

ATTEST Coy :G. Harris Jr. 42 years of age
and Ejc-Offlclo Secretary
to the Board of Public Instruction Flagler County, Florida Married to the former Lecky
July 28-Itc
St'PPLKMRNTAL IJUDCfcT Lanier of TallahasseeA

Notice Is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners on of
Flagler County. Florida, Iltl lhea Flagler the regular County meeting Courthouse to hear complaints -
Monday. August 1. 1966, General and
Road and or objections Bridge Fund to the Budget adoption for the of fiscal a Supplemental period ending September man who understands the every day problems of all of us

30, 1966, as outlined below:

TOTAL ESTIMATED BUDGET ...RECEIPTS............__.._.AND..........BALANCES.--....?.....?_.....OF.-?.?ORIGINAL ...-.....-$4 70.8 4 5.00 VOTE TUESDAY AUG. 2 FOR SAM SPECTORBest
..._........... 18.1100.00Racing ,
.......... ............_..__....
Delinquent Receipts Taxes not not anticipated anticipated ..........-............................................ 19000.00

BALANCES ................ ..............................$508.345.00 qualified by experience and temperament for this office
TOTAL RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES .............?........??..................$470,845.00
ORIGINAL BUDGET ..... ............... .........._...?..._..... ...?....... .. 1,500.00 "An elected judiciary is in the
Administration Expense... .. ..._...._....?................._..?....?.........._. : .. 4,000
Revaluation Expense .:......... _..... .................... _......... ..::.: :.. 3000.00: American Tradition."
Courthouse Improvement.........._....... ._........_.....?. ......?.._.._?.........._...........:... ... 7.000.00
Labor ? ? .......
Free Buildings ...._._. ....__...._._.-..._......_........ 5,000.00Maintenance
Maintenance of ? .._._.. ...... 12,000.00
... ._
Other Supplies of and Equipment Expenses ?.?......?.....==::... ......:::._ :::: :::::::::::: 3,000.00: : PLEASE GET OUT AND VOTE TUESDAY, AUGUST 2nd


ALFRED R. TUCKER. Chairman (Paid Political Adv. Sam Spector, campaign treasurer)
Board of County Commissioners
Flagler County, Florida

A3mIAR.: HARVEY. Clerk Ad Interim IIE'AGE

July 28-ltc

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BlacksmithinqCraft ing red-hot metal, hammering I smithing remains a vital work The first feature motion picture IN: TUB CIRCUIT COURT. KVKNTII -

nails, and trimming horses' (smiths were exempted from the to be made at Florida's Silver I AND FOR JUDICIAL FLAULKH CIRCUIT COUNTY IN,

Shows hooves. draft during the Korean War), Springs was "Seven Swans," FLORIDA.

Shoes come ready-made In the profession shows a steady starring Marguerite Clark, in I INC.PRUETT a Florida CONSTRUCTION Corporation CO.,

hundreds of sizes. One smith decline. The U. S. Census Bureau 1916. I Plaintiff

Steady DeclineThe commented, "You don't get the counted only 21,281 smiths in VINEY ('O'HARA BOSWELL

spreading chestnut tree tang of burning hoof as muchas 1960 against 45,351 a decade ,. .. : Defendant.

died of blight. The village you used to, because more earlier. O. F. ALPORD TO: resident VINEY of O'HARA the State' BOSWELL of Florida a

smithy was torn down for a than half the shoes are aluminum Many of today's blacksmithsdon't i who has been absent from the
Registered State for more than" sixty (60)
supermarket And the blacksmith and they go on cold." even call themselves days', or In the alternative so

has taken to the road.Today's The average horse needs twiceas smiths. In an article about Real Estate Broker con Process seals cannot herself be that served Service upon of

descendant of Long many shoes each year as a blacksmithing in England'sKent Bunnell Florida her. NOTICE OF !SUIT

fellow's mighty man with sin child. A top-ranking craftsman County, the London Times YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat

ewy hands-and muscles like carries in his mind the dimensions commented, "There are few, if contractor's a Complaint lien upon to foreclose the following a

iron bands-loads his forge and of highly bred clients' any, blacksmiths in this county North described 250 real feet property of Govern-:

anvil into the car. He makes feet, Just as a tailor remembersthe who do not also describe them ment Lot 1, Section 26,

suit measurements of favored selves as agricultural engin Township 11. thc
regular visits to farms that still Why 31 East, Flagler try,
horses and mules. gentlemen.In eers." I Florida
use I has been filed In this Court againstyou
The most affluent craftsmen addition to shoeing horses lie Monitor i and you are hereby requiredto
file your answer or other defense -
the blacksmiths of rural America
fit race horses with shoes. These The Indian town of Ocali, near to said suit In the office of
also made tires I the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
wagon ,
unionized and
men at some pay Florida's Silver Sprngs, was the recommends Flagler County, Florida' at theFlagler
calls at tracks and horse-breed teeth for harrows, kitchen utensils largest settlement in Florida County Courthouse, in
Bunnell, Florida, on or before August -
candle holders gunlocks
ing farms in Cadillacs. when Desoto landed on this con 15, 1966, and to serve a copy
knives, and anchors. Some oftoday's read thereof on the Plaintiff's attorneys.
in 1500's. you
tinent the
Blacksmithing, as idealized by THOMAS C. SIMPSON. 114 Bay
blacksmiths have abandoned

Street Daytona Beach Florida
Longfellow in his abouta -
poem farm work altogether to I\: THE CIRCUIT! COURT SEVKNT1I localnewspaper and PAUL R. STERN. Post Office
tree-shaded smithy on Brattle JUDICIAL CIHCUIT. IN your Box 6307, Daytona Beach. Florida,
create ornamental Ironwork- ) FOR FLA<;iKH COUNTY, as required I by Laws of Florida
Street in Cambridge, Massachusetts KMHUDA. and the Ordea: Rules of Civil
has all but vanished the gates, screens, lamps, fire bas IN rilAM'F.HY.NO. Procedure. If you fall to do so a
kets trivets. and candelabra. ni24 Decree I'ro Confesiio will be taken
National Geographic Society ANN NIELSEN, against you for the relief sought
Plaintiff, In the Complaint.This .
says. Many young men who Many Work in Industry vs. Your local newspaper is a wide-range notice shall be publishedonce
wish to become blacksmiths been swal. I JOHN'R. NIELSEN, newspaper with features. Its each week for tour consecu-
go Many Smiths have Defendant. many tive weeks in the Flagler County
to technical schools or agricultural lowed by the great maw of DIVORCE emphasis is on local news. It also Tribune.
NOTICE TO Al'PKAR reports the major national and inter WITNESS my hand and official
colleges for training. American industry. They work THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: national news. seal at Bunnell, I I JOHN It. NIELSEN, County this 6th day of July. 1966.
110 Smiths Are Women as smiths in steel mills, auto 1101 Madison Street, THE MONITOR COMPLEMENTS YOUR E. A. SMYTHE. Clerk of

There is still no substitutes, plants, and shipyards. A few are Bogalusa LouisianaYou LOCAL PAPER the Circuit Court. In and
are hereby notified that u For Flagler County, Flor-
however, for a strong arm and employed in nuclear plants to suit for divorce has been filed We specialize in analyzing and inter. ida.
again you In the above entitled preting the important national and s/Julla R. Harvey D. C.
hammer. Since nobody has yet custom-made equipment such as cause and you are hereby requiredto international news. Our intention is PAUL R. STERN

invented a device that can shoea long handled tongs to handle serve upon Plaintiff's Attorney, to bring the news into sharper focus. Post Olllce Box 5307
whose name and address appear Daytona Beach, Florida
horse, some 21,280 blacksmithsstill radioactive materials.The hereon your written defense, If The Monitor has a world-wide staff of Attorney for 1'lalntlff.THOMAS .
any. to the Bill of Complaint In correspondents-some of them rank and
practice the craft in the last blacksmith shop in aid suit, on or before the 20th among the world's finest. And the C. SIMPSON

United States. Of these 110 are the Nation's Capital was closedin day ronfesso of August will be 1966,entered else decree against pro Monitor's incisive, provocative edi Daytona 114 Bay Street Beach, Florida

women. 1959; the retiring owner recalled you. torials are followed just as closely Attorney for Plaintiff.
in 1910 WITNESS my hand and seal of by the men on Capitol Hill as they July 71421284tc.
New York City employs more a glorious day
said Court this 19th day of July,
are by concerned
than a hundred blacksmiths for when 225 horses were shoed between 1966. intelligent, IN TIIK ('fWU'r OF TIIIJ COUNTY
K. A. SMYTHESeal adult on Main Street. .J1UaJ! IN AND FOR 2-.I.\U
various jobs. When the city advertised dawn and dusk. Baltimore's ( ) Clerk of SAid Court WHY YOU SHOULD TRY THE MONITORYou <'OIJNT'I.OIIIUA..

two vacancies in the last smithy shut its doorsin Bye: /Deputy Julia R.ClerkW. Harvey probably know the Monitor's pro In IN Re PROIIATK.: The Estate of

Police Department in 1964, a parade 1965 to make way for an urban L. W ADs fessional reputation as one of the CHRIS KILPEH, Deceased.
1'. O. Box 896 world's finest Try the NOTICE OF PROIIATK
of hopefuls showed up to renewal project. Bunnell Florida newspapers. TO ALL PERSONS: INTERESTED
'I Plaintiff. Monitor; see how it will take you
demonstrate their skill at pound. Despite the fact that black- July 21, 28 and Aug. 4. 11, 4tc above the average newspaper reader. :
- Just fill out the coupon below. You are hereby notified that a
written Instrument purporting to
be the last will and testament of
The Christian Science Monitor said decedent has been admitted to
One probate In this court. You are here-
Norway Street
BEST WAY by commanded within six calendar
3oston, Massachusetts, U.S.A. 02115 months from the date of the first
Please start my Monitor subscription for publication of this notice to appearin
TO GLEAM UP this court and show cause, if
the period checked below. I enclose
any you can, why the action of
$ (U.S.funds). thla court In admitting said will to
A KTTCHEN MESS n 1 YEAR $24 0 6 months $12 probate should rot stand unrevok-
D 3 months $6 ed.
/s/T. K. McKnlght ,

Name _.. County Judge Flagler
County Florida.
First publication on July 14, 1966.
Street July 14-21-28-Aug. 44tc.

num.. CIRCUIT.: IN
LOVE I ITv PBI6A, sum.
AMD -----------
Of C. POWELL, his wife
his wife
lfllANCKRY.; Defendants.
O L. RIMEL, NOTICE Is hereby given that
Plaintiff, pursuant to a Final Deere of Foreclosure -
vs.CHAHLES 1 entered on the 21st day of
B. RIMEL. July 1 1966, in the above entitled
Defendant. cause numbered 5199 In Chancery,
DIVORCE: pending In the Circuit Court Seventh -
I 1
: NOTICM TO API"" AU Judicial Circuit In and for
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: g Florida, and for
: trplIIoeunotl':
the ) ; said I decree
Box 634 Care State Prison I, the undersigned Clerk of
Jesups MarylandYou the Circuit Court In and for Flag
are hereby notified that a ler County. Florida, will sell the
suit for divorce has been filed following described property situate
against you In the above entitled In Flagler County, Florida, to
cause and you are hereby requiredto wit:
serve upon Plaintiff's Attorney, The West (W A) of the Northeast
whose name and address appear Quarter (NEW ) of the
hereon your written defense, If Northeast Quarter (NE'i ) of
any to the Bill of Complaint In Section Township 12 South,
said suit on or before the 20th day Range: : East: In Flagler! County
of August 1966, else decree pro
Florida, also described as
L! wLR L'4V confesso will be entered against Tract Two (2), In Block One
p you. ((1), said section Township and
WITNESS my hand and seal of .
Bald Court thla 18th day of July, public sale, to the highest' and
1966. best bidder for cash, at the northern
E. A. SMYTHE, front door at the County Courthouse -
Clerk of Said Court. Flagler County, In the City
By /s/ Julia R. Harvey, of Bunnell. Florida, at 1:00 o'clock

.,,' J W. L WADSWOKTH Deputy Clerk 1966.P. M.: on the 15th day of August,

# P. O. Box 896 (Official Heal)
Bunnell. Florida JULIA II. HARVEY
/ i
Attorney for Plaintiff
Clerk the Circuit Court
."' / '' -July-21-, 28,, and Aug. 4, 11, 4tc.I.V erotC ty. Florida ad

F LO it 1
Plaintiff, Plaintiff,

Defendant. Defendant.

Fastest, easiest, smartest way, too. No pre-rinsing, no residence REGINALD and Post WILLIAMS Office addressare whose NORTH RURAL CAROLINAYou ROUTE ATLANTIC

drying, no drudgery. Make dishpan hands a thing of the past with a unknown.You are hereby. notified that a suit has are been hereby filed notified against you that In a
suit for divorce has filed
the above entitled cause; and you
modem electric dishwasher and save 90 minutes a day in the : against you In' the above entitled are hereby required answer
cause and you are hereby requiredto with the ktoorlhr.o'go t,
bargain. Dishes are cleaner, healthier -happier- when you wash serve upon Plaintiff Attorney and to serve a copy thereof upon
whose name and address appear the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,

the electric way so's your whole family! See your appliance dealer any hereon to your the Bill written of Complaint defense insaid If whose CHARLES name and R.address BENNETTP. Is:

suit, on or before the 6th day O. BOX 179
or plumbing contractor Today of August 1966. else decree pro ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDAnot
confesso will be entered against later than August 21 A. D. 1968.
you.WITNESS If you fall to do so, decree pro
,: my hand and seal of confesso will be entered against
THE E' NQ said Court this 1st day of July, you for the relief demanded In thebill

[ FtAMELES: .Yit4*( : 1966. E. A. SMYTHE said of suit complaint.being for The divorce.nature of

IT'S tHf Clerk of said Court. WITNESS my hand and seal of
(Seal) By: s/ Julia R. Harvey said Court this 20th day of July
Deputy Cl rk. A. D. 1966.
FLORIDA I POWER & LIGHT Bunnell. Florida Clerk of said Circuit Court
Attorney for Plaintiff. a HELPING BUILD FLORIDA July 7-H-21-28-4tc. July 28 & Aug. 4.11.18-4tc


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MRS. MYRTLE RICE RESOLUTIONWhereas I BUNNELL ham were the leading pitchers.

ATTENDS REGIONAL Emil A. Smythe was !j LITTLE LEAGUE I credit Jack had this a year.Character no-hit. game to his
active member
an of the Bunnell

(Continued from Page 5) and Mrs. John Rice attend. j I Whereas he was the Clerk of I i SEASON is never establishedin

Rebecca Durrance is visitingin ed the Regional Florida School 'I the Circuit Court of Flagler Ii' Jack Collins ... ...................... .700 a single year.SUES .
Tampa with her uncle and Board Association meeting heldat {County, andWhereas Tracey Prevatt ...................... .652
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Orlando Monday, July 18. \ the Bunnell Lions I Tommy Bratcher .......__ .625
Locke.J. Two other regional meetingswere I Club and all of Flagler County I Buddy Ervin .......................... .618
held at Panama City July have suffered a loss of an out Tommy Mathen .... ..573I
B. High visited here duringthe 8 and at Gainesville July 15. standing public servant, I Mike Bacon ..._....................... 463
weekend with his mother, These meetings were held for Therefore, be it Resolved that Randy Herring .................... .460
Mrs. Virginia High. the purpose of reviewing and the Bunnell Lions Club extendIts David Solomon .................... .460
I discussing the following topics deepest sympathy to the Ronny Herring .................... .440
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morrisare which vitally concern our school family of the late Emil A.I Craig Wilder .......................... .430 aSi"r
visiting In Glasgow, Ky. system: !. Smythe, and I I Dan Zimmerle ...................... .411
this week with his parents, Mr. I. Teacher Board Relations. I Be It Further Resolved that a I II I LEAGUE STANDINGS c
and Mrs. W. A. Morris. I of this
II. Civil Rights.III. copy resolution be pre Yankees ...................... 9 0
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. McDanieland The School Board's Proposed I sented to Mrs. Emil A. Smythe, Dodgers ...................... 3 61 I
and that
Butch spent the past week Legislative Program. a copy be incorporated Braves ........................ 2 51
the official minutes
end in the National Forrest on Each topic was presented by a pinto of the Cardinals .................... 2 5
i Bunnell Lions Club, and published
well informed panel and follow. : I The Flagler Beach Yankees mm
a camping trip. in the Flagler Tribune.
ed by a round table discussionIn 1 I I coached by Stuart Rockett, fin.
which everyone participated. ished the season undefeated, YOU CAN MAKI PROFITS RISE tV
NEW PAMPHLET The meetings were attended by I Great flocks of parakeets once I winning nine games. WISIADVERTISINO. CALL US
AVAILABLE TO members of the State Board of. ''I I lived and thrived on the banksof I I The Yankees were led by the TODAY AND LETS TALK ABOUT
County Superintendents
VETERANS the Silver River and Florida's hitting of Jack Collins, Tracey
M. T. Dixon, the State Director and School Board members I Silver Springs. Hunters and trappers I Prevatt, Craig Wilder, Ralph YOUR ADVERTISING NEEDS.
of the Florida Dept. of Vet. and they were interestingand cleaned them out to deco .Abraham, and Billy Dunson.

erans Affairs, announced today Mrs. informative Rice stated.DOUGLAS ., board member I i rate ladies hats. !Jack Collins and Ralph Abra NEWSPAPER ADS SELL FOR SURE!
that a six page pamphlet is now --
available free, giving a summaryof f
all the new GI Bill benefitsfor HUNTER I
servicemen now serving their! LEAVES FOR
country, or veterans who have BOYS RANCH
served after January 31, 1955. Douglas Hunter, son of Mrs.
This brochure gives all of the Betty Hunter of Bunnell, left today This summer Harry's rentinga
information about educational to reside at Boys Ranch at I cottage with indoor plumbing-
assistance, loan guaranty benefits Live Oak, Florida. He was accompanied I on what he saved at his Chevrolet dealer's
civil service preference, med. there by Sheriff P. A.I I
leal care, Job counseling, em Edmonson who sponsored his :,.,. .
ployment placement and compensation residency there. \
for disabilities.
Boys Ranch is sponsored ,by
If you like to have a free
the State Sheriffs Associationand
copy for yourself, or a member provides homes for ,boys.
of your family, write to Dixonat
P. O. Box 1437, St Petersburg,
Florida, giving your name and to Cruise this vacation in
address. are sincerely grateful Impala comfort /7
friends and neighbors for their
many kind acts of sympathy with foam-cushion seats /
Bookkeeping and during our sad bereavement.Our ,
Income Tax Service appreciation for the won. .
trunk like
a a trailer /
R. T. ShockneyP. derful tribute to our loved one .
O. Box 842 cannot be adequately express .
Ormond Beach. Florida ed. and your caliber 6 or V8 /

Phone 6774587 The Family of
Emil A. Smythe whisking you along. / -

CALL Books Are My DishBY This years Chevroletsare J I

437.3669 Dorothy Homons the most-and .
One of the cat's nine lives was right
probably saved the other day by
its owner consulting a book at now so are the savings. r.I r.L1 r.

MartinI the Flagler Beach public library,
"Care of Your Cat."
I The cat, ailing for three days
had collapsed and the owner,
HardingFOR unable to take it to a vet fearedit

would die.Symptoms I
described In this
book were like the cat's. Barley
water and milk at frequent in. I
LIGHT DOZIER tervals were prescribed. The
at's owner followed the directions -
WORK and in two hours the cat
was not only up but running
around the house.
SHELL We still say it is best to takea
sick animal to the vet If you
I can possibly do so. However a
CEMENT ROCK 'book may, as a last resort, save
I an animal's life. I I Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe-
New books are pouring in with door-to-door carpetingand
FILL DIRT and luckily the shelves will soon all the other Body by Fisher comforts
c..1ItwW you richly deserve.
be ready. They are being made
by Howard Lerch who made all

; TOP SOIL the other shelves last year and
also the panelling, not to mention
the book bar. This is the time of year you feel like holding to a 425-hp Turbo-Jet V8-is the kind

COW MANURE up a do-not-disturb sign to the world-and that's made for getting away from it all.
Most reformers are satisfied relaxing. And relax you will the moment And to help you see exactly where you're
with themselves. the door of one of these new Chevrolets getting, you've got 2-speed windshield

"..,.................".....".V.-'.".:'............"'."..'"....,:'..."."'....fIIJ'..................... closes behind you. The ride-with a hefty wipers with washer among eight standard
Full Coil spring at each wheel-isolates safety aids. So get off to the right kind of
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY you from bumps and such annoyances.The start this vacation-and get down to your
power-seven engines available all the way Chevrolet dealer's.ChcTroIet .

SERVICE PHONE VAlley 41625 See the man who can

save you the most-

I Never be be.stunt.about. calling a Garcia Ambulance. We your Chevrolet dealer

are always at your service with promptness safety and

i I I experience. --....-.........................-.......-.---...-.---Cherelle.-.-.-.-Cheryl............Corrair.............Corvette...............

Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator h -sill

Funeral Home

:: P.Garcia E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY


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