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The Flagler tribune
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Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
August 18, 1966
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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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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St. Johns tribune
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Palm Coast news
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Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune


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Red Cross Blood j I RECEIVES MASTERS Commissioners REGISTRATION OF George M. Moody


Taking TodayAt Designate Named Clerk Of

Masonic HallThe Rhett Manuel, formerlya Football WeekThe i Registration of all new stu Circuit CourtGeorge

teacher in Bunnell was among I II dents to Bunnell High School
Red Cross Mobil Unit Bunnell City Commission M. of Bunnell
220 graduate students to be will be held at the school from Moody
from the Blood Bank in Daytona voted at their meeting Monday and Flagler Beach has been
awarded Master of Education 9:00 until 12:00 and
m. : noon
: a.
Beach will be here this after I night to declare the week ol named by Governor Haydon
degrees from Florida Atlantic from 1:00 until 3:00
: p. m. : p. m.
noon at the Masonic Hall on Bay September 12.17 as Football Burns as Flagler County Clerkof
I University 13. 18 and
on August ,
Thursday August Friday
Street from 4 to 7 p. m. Chair. Week. The request was made by the Circuit Court. He will replace
Manuel taught school in Bun. : I 19.
day, August
man George M. Moody said Leslie Pache. The Mayor will be the late EmU A. Smythe.
nell for five and in Clew- Students in 7
years 1 grades through
day. The blood taking is to'I' I issuing a Proclamation to this The appointment is made to
iston for nine years. He receivedhis I 12 should register at the Guidance
sored by the Bunnell Lions I effect. serve until the nearest election.
B. S. degree 1952 from Office. New elementary
Club members will give blood I I The Commissioners adopted Moody said today he plans to
Florida State University. students should register at theprincipal's
I .
to replace blood used by a fellow an ordinance changing Erie run for the office.
He is the son of Mrs. Janie M. I office.
member. Everyone who street, in the Bratcher Estates Mr. Moody is a native Flagler
Manuel of His wifeis
Newberry. It is that all
would like to give blood for the Subdivision, to Fifth Avenue. very important Countian and Is the son of
the former Inez Thompson of new students do register before
credit of the Flagler County Huron Street was also changedto George Moody of Flagler Beach
Jacksonville. They have two the beginning date of school.
Blood Bank, or those wishing to Fourth Avenue. The subdivision and the late Settle Miles Moody.
children, George Michael 11
donate blood to the credit of any I I Is located on Deen Road. He was a member of the 1932
and Stephen Rhett age six. I
one, may do so at this taking, The Commission also discuss. graduating class of the Bunnell
Manuel will be one of 443 stu-
Mr. Moody said. ed 'the matter of sending the po ASC Committee i High School. He received his
den ts being graduated by Flor
The public is invited to par. licemen to the Florida Law En. Bachelor of Science degree from
ida Atlantic In Its fifth commencement
ticipate in this worthwhile pro exercises. With an forcement Academy in Tallahassee Election This Month the University of Florida in

for a week of specialized Gainesville in 1936.
ject.Frances enrollment approaching 3,000
Edmonson is the area training. The tentative dates The approaching election of:
and a $15 million plant the two. He has been In business for

coordinator for the blood taking. year-old upper division university were September and February. county committeemen for farm himself since 1945. He owned

expects 10,000 students anda I The City Equalization Meeting program administration in Flag. and operated a drug store Re-

New Routing For $23 million plant by 1970. FAU will be held on Tuesday Sep. ler County was announced todayby nova Pa., six years. He returned
tember 6. This will also be the S. M. Thrift, County Office
home in May 1951 and
I grants the masters degreein ; pur
I regular meeting of the Commission Manager, Agricultural Stabilization chased Holden's Pharmacy nowMoody's
Jr. College Bus I .. biology, physics, postponed from September and Conservation Service.
political science and psychology. Pharmacy which he has

The Daytona Beach Junior Manuel has accepted a position 5, which Is Labor Day. The ASC county committee operated since that time.

College classes will begin Mon. as principal of Dunnellon administers the acreage diversion Mr. Moody said he plans to

day August 22, 1966, at 8:00 a. High School in Dunnellon, Florida ASC VOTING agricultural conservation, sell the Drug Store and devote

m.The for the coming school year. DEADLINE IS and other farm action programsin his time to being a full time

school bus will leave the He majored in administrationand AUGUST 26th the county and is responsible Clerk of the Circuit Court. He

Bunnell High School at 6:45: a. supervision in his graduate Farmers were reminded todayof for keeping farmers and ranch. said he deeply appreciates this

m. and traverse to the Flagler, work. a very important part of the ers in the county informed about. opportunity to serve the peopleof

Beach School to pick up the election process for Agricultural the programs. The county com : Flagler County and thanks all

students, leaving the Flagler!Democrats Plan Stabilization and ConservationASC mittee supervises the ASCS for their kind and warm sup.

Beach school at 7:00 a. m. to
county office through which the
( ) county committeemen, es port.Mr.
continue on the route to the Day Dinner Funds pecially where ballots are mailed various programs. are admlnls Moody Is married and resideswith

tgna Beach Junior College viaInterstate' for his wife Virginia at
. ; In io.2he.ASCS county office tered. ,
95. Please take note A giant Democratic party The deadline for returning ballots 504 Moody Boulevard, Flagler
of the change in the routing of I Voting will be by mail Thrift Beach.
fund dinner
raising originally is Friday, August 26th.
the school bus. explained, and ballots will be I
planned for Southeast Florida W. W. Deen Sr., chairman He has a daughter. Mrs. Harry
each known eligible
There has been no change In I[ In September has been rescheduled Incumbent ASC County Commit. sent Atkinson of Bunnell, and two
voter about August 16th. In case
the Carver High School bus routeto for October 1 in Jackson. tee, points out that two envelopes ] sons, Miles of Daytona Beach
voter fails to receivea
the Daytona Beach Junior i! vine, State Democratic Executive have been mailed with the I an eligible and Harry Robert (Bebe) now
ballot through the mail he
College. I Committee Chairman Pat Thomas ballots sent to all eligible vot serving with the U. S. Navy In
should contact the ASCS county I
announced. ers of record in the county of the Mediterranean. He has three
I office. Generally a farm owner,
Several party officials, includ fice. One envelop is plain, and tenant, or sharecropper is eligible grand sons Mickey, Boyce, and

ing some cabinet members, the other has a statment printedon Reed Atkinson of Bunnell. He
1966 P. P. K. to vote if he is eligible to
members of the congressional the back which the farmer also has two step-children, Mrs.
take part in one or more of the
delegation and former governors needs to sign. A witness mark William Falcon of Daytona
To Roll administered by the
Ready who will be honored at the din will also quality as a signature.The ASC programs committee. Eligibility to Beach, and Gary Watson of

Leslie Pache who will be di. ner, had encountered conflicts ballot should be marked Flagler Beach.Physical .
vote or to hold office as a committeeman -
recting the 1966 Punt, Pass and with the earlier planned date and sealed Inside the plain en is not restricted by

Kick for the Bunnell Motor Com of September 10, and the pre. velop; growers are cautioned not I
color creed
reason of race, or
viously announced located. to enclose other material. Exams.
pany has been getting the pro. any national origin. Envelopes containing
rolling. Thomas said the change will This plain envelop should then
gram marked ballots may be
Harry Atkinson of the motor assure participation and attend be put inside the envelop with mailed or returned to the ASC Required For

company has plans to make the ance of Governor Nominee Robert the statement on the back. This
time before
1966 program one of the great King High and virtually all statement is a certification that County August 26. Ballots any will be tab. Some StudentsPhysical

other top Democratic party the ballot was marked by the
ulated publicly by the county
est.Punt, Pass and Kick film of leaders. farmer personally without un 31st at 10:30a. examinations are required -
committee :
The dinner will be held at the August for all beginning students -
last year's finals of winners in due influence by any person. in [
in the County
action will be shown at a dateto Jacksonville Civic Auditoriumand The envelop should then be m. is for first grade and kinder.
Florida. The
be announced. Mayor Lou Ritter of that mailed or otherwise delivered to Hastings, garten. Physical examinations

Something new has been added city has accepted appointmentas the ASS County Office. Invited to witness is the slateof vote arealso required for all transfer

host. counting, Following the students, Supt. Coy G. Harris Jr.
this year. Flagler Beach "Be sure to sign this statementon nominees for ASC Committeemen .

boys will have a clinic conducted Final plans were worked out the back of the envelop," Mr. said today.
Geo. Allen, Jr., R. W.
at Hlllcrest diamond. Stuart at a meeting between Thomas Deen ruged. If It is not signed, I Birth certificates are requiredfor

Rockett manager of the Flagler, and members of the party fin. the ballot will not be consideredas Cody, Jr., J. B. Pelllcer, Lloyd all kindergarten and first
Robertson and Walton M. Kin-
County Little League Champs. ance committee and high campaign a vote. We urge all eligible grade students.Mr. .

will be assistant director to Leslie leaders in High's law of. ASC voters to return their mark. ney. Under a change in the ASC in Harris also said "Don'tforget

Pache. fice. ed ballot by mail or In person election procedures made to register for classes at

Howard Reynolds, new coachat I prior to the August 26th dead. 1965 one county committee Bunnell High School August 18
elected for 1
was year
the Bunnell High School will line." and 19 for all students 7th
BRANNAMS ATTEND term, one member for a 2-year thrugh 12th grades that did not
conduct both clinics. Date to be
announced later. WILLIAM ROUNDTREE term, and the third member fora register during the Spring. This

I REUNION SUNDAYOver The use of gamma radiationfor i 3-year term. Therefore, in 1966 registration is to determine the

350 descendants of the extending the shelf life of and succeeding years, only one courses that each student will

citrus fruits also offers promisein regular member will be elected take. Registration hours will be
last William Roundtree gatheredat
You should consider the fibre' reducing the spoilage loss of annually for a term of 3 years. 9:00: a. m. till 12:00: noon and
In Metter
the Civic Center ,
content before purchasing a
bathing suit this summer says I'I' Georgia on August 14 for a fam the fruit from harvest until It Each year however, first and 1:00: p. m. until 3:00: p. m."
second alternate
cloth.I reunion. reaches the consumer, 'according First day of school for all stu-
Miss Elizabeth Dickenson, ily
be elected for 1-year terms.
chair. de nts is 26, 1966.
A. Dennison August
to Dr. Ray
L. Brannam
Ing and textile specialist of the Mr. and Mrs. L. Those now serving and who
Florida Agricultural Extension 'Mary Susan Brannam, Levi Jr., man of the Food Science
II' will also serve In 1967 whose
with the state's agri HOWARD MOODY
and James Alan and Miss Celia
Service. Wool gives excellent the
does not on
I Stations. name appear
wear and holds its shape well. I Joyce Emery attended from Bun The cultural doses Experiment have to be limited so ballot are W. W. Deen, ,Sr. andA. RECEIVES FSU

Cool cottons are good for sun. DEGREE SATURDAYHoward
nell.Mrs. B. Johnston.
bathing, but watch out for mil. Brannam is a great grand that only minor changes take on eligibility to Moody, son of Mr. and
fruit's texture,
If not properly daughter of the late Mr. Round. place In the of Lake City
dew they are color and respiration. vote and hold office, or on the Mrs. I. I. Moody

cared for. Acrylics are light tree. flavor, election procedure will be de. earned his BS degree at the

weight and dry quickly. Polyesters from the termlned by the Incumbent ASC Florida State University in Tall-

,are wrinkle resistant and I The new fleet of Glass Bottom Shooting alligators to ahassee Saturday.
Committee subject ap-
may take on the appearance of I I Boats at Florida's Silver Springs dects of early river steamers bound wasa forFlorida's II peal County to the ASC State Commit. Howard is the grand son of

have been named for famous sport of passengers Beach.
wool silk or cotton. Nylon I tee. George Moody of Flagler
Silver Springs.
should be washed alone. Seminole Indian Chiefs.


Thursday, August 18,

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FOR DAD there's up-to-the-minute local news- FOR YOUNGSTERS there a wealth of informa-
views-On the spot reports of sporting events- tion on current events, school news, athletic con-
business and tax stories-hints on time and money- tests and general news.
savings articles.

FOR MOM there are reports of social activitiesVhere else can one find so much entertainment,
and club news, ideas on food, homemaking, and information and education, for such a small price|
child care-and, of course, there are many adver- It is a bargain anyway you look at it.
tisements to help her shop better for less.







Thursday," August o 18, 1966 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA, on ""__ PAGE THREK_
q 6t dW Ja ly during the second half of
the blow.

(By Henrty Sharps) hour Actually wind, is a not hundred as dangerousas mile an WE GIVE Quantity Reserved Rights P
it sounds, if
Tropical storms are like unwanted necessary measures *ssPRICES
company-they often are taken before the wind
come early and stay late. Alma reaches gale force, plus retreat TOP GOOD I
came early. Which storm will ing Indoors while the unwelcome Th
come late is a good question. outside.lady is strip.teasing your shrubs VALUE SUPER MARKET 2'C'

Barricading doors and win. If your home is located in an
dows will stop all kinds of visitors area that might be flooded, STAMPS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. and 22 .
from entering the house, I you'll be given ample notice to Tel. 437-3201
but not the yard. evacuate hours before the storm
reaches Otherwise,
So, before the next storm flag I your area.
is hoisted, prepare for the un- there is no safer place than in I New Store Mon....... 8 a. m. to 7 p. m. Thw...... 8 a. m. to 7 P. m.

welcomed, breezy type lady. a well-built home. TUC8...... 8 a. m. to 7 p. m. Fri..8 a. m. to 8
Soon as the storm is past it I Hours p. m-
Inspect your trees for dead is a good idea to inspect the Wed.... 8 a. m. to 1 p. m. Sat..8 a. m. to 8 p. m.
branches that seem to be ready
other around
I trees plants I
to fall. Also look for dead the house. Usually all the CLOSED WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON AT 1:00 P. M.
branches that are firm but brit plants will show signs of wind
tIe. A gust of hurricane force damage. But with a little trim U. S. ChoiceCHUCK
wind can snap an arm-size ming, propping, and resettlingof
branch from a tree and send it root systems, nearly all
' at missile speed through a picture plants that were shaken loose ROAST 49-
window.A from the ground can be sal ........................ ......__.._._Lb.
low-hanging branch overa vaged. Round Bone
roof can wreak havoc. Pow Following a hurricane there
erful winds can turn the limb are nearly always a few bright SHOULDER ROAST
into a tool of destruction. This Use these to 59-
sunny days. ......... .
tool can remove slate shingles dry out and tidy up around the ... ...__..._.Lb.
as easily as a fish scaler can house. In no time at all you Tender Juicy
remove scales.Removing will erase the signs of the big
dead and out of blow. ALL MEAT STEW 69'

place limbs is a good idea evenif I ..............._ -._._........Lb.
there is no storm alert.
Fanlike fungus growing on I New Law On Tender SelectBEEF
the side of a tree trunk indiCates
rotten spots that need at. Gas Tax RefundF. LIVER I 39'

tention. A hole made by a I ............................................................Lb. .
woodpecker, damage by earlier S. Schmidt, district directorof
storms, or the gouge of an auto Internal Revenue for Florida,
bumper can start rotten spots. I says there has been a changein
The auto-made wound can the law which provides that
easily be filled with a water farmers and other persons using

tight material, as it is not more i gasoline for non-highway use Sirloin ...................................Lb. 99c GROUNDBEEF 2u990
than kneeling height. But other are not required to use Form

rotting areas will require experience 2240 to claim refund of Federaltax T-Bone ..................................Lb. 99c Lean Meaty
at climbing to dizzy paid for non-highway use. PORK

heights on a trembling ladder. They must now claim the Round ...................................Lb. 89cSTEAK LC. 5ge
Often it is cheaper in the long amount of refund as a credit Lean

run to call a professional to against tax on their annual income Rib ..........................................Lb. 89c SLAB
handle the tree-top job. tax return, thereby eliminating BACON Lb. 69

Some older trees with Y- the necessity of filing Chuck ....................................Lb. 59c
,.shaped crotches often are proneto Form 2240. Thus, a calendar SMOKED\

cleave apart. Check the trees year taxpayer will claim on his Cube ......................................Lb. 89c SAUSAGE Lb. 3ge
in this category. If necessary, 1966 income tax return a credit
place temporary props in the for gasoline tax refund for the
appropriate places, or make the period beginning July 1, 1965 Hunt's Big 20 oz. C. O. S. (Light Chunk) i/2 Can
tree one unit again with steel through December 31, 1966. Bottle
rods and turnbuckles. ,I To assure proper credit, the CATSUP 290 TUNA 2 Cans 750
Remove decayed trees that gasoline tax refund credit must
are too weak to hold up under be properly Identified as suchon Kraft 32 oz. (All Purpose) Monogram (Long Grain)
the strain of a storm. This action the return and a statement Bottle
will save you grief later. showing the computation of the OIL 590 RICE Bng.!: 390
Palm fronds with saw tooth tax refund must be attached to
stems are wicked to deal withif the return. I Kraft Qt.MIRACLE. Lucky Leaf (25 oz.)
propelled by an 80 mile an The United States, state or local Jar
hour wind. So, clean away all I government units and certain WHIP;: 590 APPLE SAUCE 27e
loose palm leaves at the first tax-exempt organizations
hint of a storm. I not subject to Income tax may Ranch Style ((300 Can) Kraft 10 oz. (Mix or Match)

Trees are not apt to crush a I' continue to claim gasoline tax BEANS 3 Cans 330 PRESERVES 4 For $1
house if they succumb to a big refunds by filing a timely Form
blow. Usually, as the soil becomes 843, Claim for Refund, with their O'Sage 2/ Can
Bushes (303 Can) Cut GreenPEACHES
soggy and wind stronger, district director.A .
the trees fall gently againstthe 4 For $1Folger's BEANS 2 Cans 390
dwelling.If I long head is fashionable on
the trees lean against the the Pacific island of New Brit-
house during the first half of I I I lain, the National Geographicsays. (Reg. or Drip)

the storm, this is an asset. The Mothers bind their infant's
trees then serve as a prop to I C I heads with bark cloth to give *
hold the house snugly and safe. :I the desired shape. COFFEE Mb: 47

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Highway 1ffifa Day Phone 437-3652 Produce Frozen Foods Bakery
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Mrs. Haines Is lighting and cutting I be changed into frozen books
I : I as a 401-candle ceremony'l I and their greatness all destroyed
.7LqLr.each\ Guest Speaker At scale replica of but the Cold War on books
Marco Monument as an impressive simply ignores them by refusingto
FSC Club MeetingThere I centerpiece, is cut by guests read old books or to have an
WEEKLY GAMES PARTIES BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLE and dignitaries signifying an- old book in' the house.
COMING TO AN END I ATTEND LSO MATINEEThe were 35 members and I other year for St. Augustine, the It's a form of literary snob-
Thursday (tonight) beginningat young people of the First guests present at the Flagler oldest permanent settlement in I bery. I have had several letters
7:30 p. m. will bet he last I Baptist Church of Flagler Beach Senior Citizens Club meetinglast the United States. i from people who love books and
weekly games party at the Flag- I were treated to the matinee performance week which was held a have books to give the librarybut
ler Woman's Club according to I I of the London Symphony week late due to the clubroom Books Are My DishBy I hesitate because they are
Mrs. V. W. Haines, Ways and Orchestra Sunday afternoonat being used as a polling placeon afraid I won't take old books!
means chairman of the Flagler the Peabody Auditorium. They the regular meeting date. The Dorothy Homcras The books arrive spotlesslyclean
Woman's Club. This has been a were accompanied by Rev. and club welcomed new membersMr. Nothing has changed more In I and carefully dusted. But
summer project which will aid Mrs. Max Hall and Mrs. Henry and Mrs. Calvin M. Leggett these times than the attitude]I they are for the most part masterpieces -
the Club in making the honor Shlll. who are newcomers to Flagler towards food and books. In the I I and some are old
roll in the Florida Federation of Beach, having moved there from New York Sunday Times, a copy I J: brown books. Of which anybody
Women's Clubs. .Jacksonville. of which is at the Flagler Beach I. who really loves could never
weeks high score TED AND JAII HEIN The for the evening I dared walk
The last two program Public Library, a new person have enough. never
winners were Miss Lorraine RETURNS FROM TOUR consisted of a talk by Mrs. Flos ality on TV, a Smith graduatewho along Fourth Avenue in New
Flynn of Orlando and Miss Janet ( By Ted Heln) sie Haines who recounted some has a program "What's York where the famous secondhand
Haines. Miss Flynn was a visitor Ted Hein and son left hereon of her early experiences and Cooking" Claridine Curtis, saysit book shops were. I knew
at her grandparent's home, July 19 on a tour which took recollections as a lifelong resident all In this question-"Can a I'd spend every cent had. I had
the Frank Dodimeads. Mrs. them on a visit with relativesand of Flagler County. Her Society be Great if its bread : been brought up to think old
Haines wishes to thank all t who also sightseeing. They arrived talk was followed by the read. tastes like Kleenex?" As for i brown books were "better by far
helped make this project worth. in Chattanooga, Tenn., the ing of a number of poems by books, the great books cannot than gold."
while. evening Judy Lewis Park gave Rev. E. Lester Stanton.Announcement .. ...-.-..-
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birth to her second child. Only was made of a I
COMMUNITY MEMORIAL spoke to her on the phone. special meeting the evening of
CHURCH NEWS The next day we spent the Sept. 23 when George Wickline Air Port RinkORMOND
Rev. and Mrs. R. W. Dickert morning in Rock City. Then to will present another member of Skating
are expected back from their Chicago visiting relatives and the group that made the trip to
six week tour of the Holy Land sightseeing in the Windy City Russia with him last year. BEACH
by next Sunday when Rev. Dickey for two days. Then spent the Movies will be shown that were
will bring the morning message weekend with my sister and her taken on the tour.A Opens Saturday Night August 13th
at the Community Memorial famiy in Sun Prairie, Wisc. Then first reading of proposed
Church, beginning at eleven for a week in Benson, Minnesota amendment to the club's By-
o'clock. Sunday School session with my mother. 'Laws was voted upon affirma 7:00 P. M -

begins at 9:45: with classes for We also attended the 25 yearre tively. The proposed amend. 13. miles south of Bunnell-4 blocks west of U. S. 1 |
all ages. union. Had a 30 year reunionof ment provides for an alternate
Plans for the annual Sunday High School Class on Saturday meeting place rather than post SKATING EVERY NIGHT 7 TILL 10
School and church picnic has July 30. Spent 2 days visit ponement when the clubroom in
Matinees Sat., Sun. and Holidays, 2:30 to 4:30
been made and those Interestedin ing friends in St. Clored and the Municipal building is not
attending are asked to meetat Sante Rapids of my grade available on the club's regular
the church next Tuesday, school, high school and college meeting date. It will be brought Former operators of the Korona Skating Rink
Aug. 23rd at 9:45: when the years. before the club for a final vote Emil and Mary
group will leave for Anastasia On August first Jail, my mother at a subsequent meeting.The .
Island, St. Augustine at 10:00. and I went to Regina, club will meet Sept. 6
I"1IJmallIJfmllJfmUfnilm" : : tIJfIlUfmnJ: (J'JrnWfI11"'ntI"nf'Dt"'nf11rII''UDd! "" !
Each family will bring their Canada to visit with relatives. which will mark its return to a
own lunch and the church will Had not been there for twenty twice-monthly schedule, on the
furnish punch and cookies. years. Then to Winnepeg, Manitoba first and third Tuesdays of the
The Ladles Guild will meet and for the return trip to month. During June and August Flagler County Insurance
next Thursday Aug. 25 at 2:00p. : Florida. I the club scheduled only one
m. with Mrs. Hannah Vogel Stopped in Mason City, Iowa regular meeting a month, using
assisted by Mrs. Mittie McKin- and visited with Holly and I,the other date for daytime out. Agency, Inc.
non as 'hostess Christy Gollen. They send their ings.
greetings to all their friends in All
Forms of Insurance
MEMORIAL ORGAN FUND spent an afternoon at the Church school time is 9:45A. : 105 North Bay Street -:- Phone 437-3171
Recent news of Mr. Ted St. Louis Zoo and the next two M. and morning worship is Bunnell Florida 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTY
Weber's death at his summer days It rained constantly, so we at 11 o'clock with Rev. Reynold
home in New Hampshire has Just drove straight home. Hoover, minister. BONDSCAP'N
been a shock to our entire com Stopped in Monticello for a There will be a short official
munity. Mr. Weber, an accomp chat with newspaper editor Carr board meeting immediately following .
lished musician and a fine organist Settle, formerly of Moore Haven the worship service next
was always willing to where I formerly taught for Sunday.
help out with any musical pro three years. Youth Fellowship meets at 6:30: DAN SAYS:
gram. P.M. each Sunday evening.
!Since: Mr. Weber was a memo
ber of the Flagler Beach Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Leonard John. St. Augustine IF YOU AREPAINTING ,,
Church, many of his friends son and children, David, Debra D
have started an "organ fund" in and Dale, returned home Sun. Birthday PartyOn SEE 4
his memory. Any one wishing to day after spending two weeks 4
contribute to the fund may do I visiting friends and relatives in August 2527The FLAGLERBEACH PAINT
so by sending contribution to Renovo and St. Mary's Pa.
Vernon Raymond, treasurer of graceful flow of Spanish
the Flagler Beach Methodist dancing and rhythmic click of o
Church.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Babbitt, Sr. I, castanets will be just one of
I and son, Larry, left Wednesdayto the highlights of "Days In '
return to their home in Au. I Spain,' August 25.27, as St. Augustine HARDWAREi
and Mrs. George Maycockof gusta, Ga. They have been the nation's oldest city,
Jacksonville were weekend visiting Mr. Babbitt's brother, I celebrates its 401st birthday Rt. 11 HE 9-2103 "
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Judson J. A. Babbitt, Sr., and other relatives with a gala three-day party.
Stryker, Jr. for the past week. Sponsored by the St. Augustine
Jaycees, "Days in Spain" WHERE YOU GET
will take place on balcony-
dotted St. George St., where colorful .
Wrecker 24 Hour Service ..:R... decorations from Spain 20% DISCOUNTON
will depict the fiesta mood and
Spanish red and yellow booths
will offer foods, games and ONE GALLON OR MORE PURCHASE
Flagler Truck & Tractor CO. Spanish novelties.
Fiesta lights, hanging flower Discount
MASSEY-FERGUSON baskets and red and yellow List Price

Grove. Industrial Equipment banners and shawls will create Wall Paint .............................. $6.20 $4.96
the atmosphere in the heart of
VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 St. Augustine's restoration area, Masonry Paint ...................... $6.95 $5.56

Owner Bunnell, Florida with huge archways at both fiesta Outside House Paint .............. $6.95 $5.56
area entrances welcomingone

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HART REFRIGERATION I: Ing Impressive down picturesque processions St. GeorgeSt. wind. CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.

8 will open and, close "DaysIn
Spain," with the remainder of R. CRAIG Funeral Director
.4 the celebration being filled with JOHN CAPO. Manager
nightly entertainment of strollIng .
::: SERVICE ::: musicians, vocal and dance AIR LADY- OXYGEN
groups and Spanish and French CONDITIONEDCHAFEL I I EQUIPPED I
sword fighting exhibitions by ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
::; Bunnell, Fla. Box 253-A, Rl :J: I Jaycees. I
::: Phone 437-3698:::1 Saturday evening, August 27, Phone ID 7-3532
'Days in Spain" will be con
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I MR. AND MRS. MORRIS Miss Mary Susan Brannam I I lb. 59

OBSERVE SILVERANNIVERSARY has moved to Palatka where I
she is employed by the Putnam '

County School Board as a sixth I'
Open House celebrating the grade teacher at Mosley Ele U. S. D. A. Choice
Silver Wedding Anniversary oi; mentary School.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morris was: I SIRLOINOR lb.
held Monday afternoon at the Mrs. E. S. Morris has returned I T-BOHE STEAKS 98
Morris Home, 500 North Chape] to her home on North Church
Street.In street after undergoing eye
the receiving line were Mr surgery at the Halifax Hospital. U. S. D. A. Choice
and Mrs. Morris; their son ir
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Randy Morris arrived home RIB STEAKS lb. 79*
John Ellis of Orlando; their son,, the past weekend to spend his
Randy Morris of Bowling Green,, vacation here with his parents,
Kentucky; Mrs. Morris' parents,, I Mr .and Mrs. Walter Morris. He
Drummer Boy SMOKED ((6-8 lb. Avg.) SLICED FREE
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Salt of Gull will return to Bowling Green to
Port; and Joe Gillman of Valley resume his studies at the Western .
Stream, L. I., New York. Kentucky University for the PICNICS lb. 43Choice <
Assisting in serving cake and
fall semester. He will begin his
, punch were Mrs. Lee Blakely,,,
I Mrs. Helen Sullivan, Mrs. T. E.. senior,year.

Holden, and Mrs. Leona Knight

Keeping the guest book were Mrs. Jack Clegg is at Ridge. Juicy BEEF Valleydale "ALL MEAT"
Mrs. J. W. Brown and Mrs. M. B. crest, N. C., attending the WMU

Fuller.A large. wedding cake with I conference.Mr. SHORT RIBS SMOKED SAUSAGE

silver wedding bells was placed ,
Ib. I lb.
on the dining table which held I and Mrs. Charles Mc. 4ge 590
silver decorations and the crys Knight and sons, Ken and Kerry,
tal punch bowl. Silver wedding arrived from Texas last week to
decorations were used through spend a short vacation here with "
the rooms, along with fresh his parents, Judge and Mrs. T. Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D ((2.2/z lb. Avg.) CUT TO ORDER

flower arrangements, many of K. McKnight. They are also in
which were anniversary gifts. South Carolina this week with '
During the evening Mr. and Mrs. McKnight's relativee. Captain lb. 3F'
Mrs. Morris were hosts at a buffet i McKnight received his discharge
supper for their family and I from the U. S. Air Forceon
several friends. About a hundred August 1 and he will be a
friends called during the afternoon pilot with a commercial Airline.He .
and will be In Oregon for afew
weeks for special schooling with I fREE PLASTIC DISHPAN WITH $5.00 MEAT ORDER I

Bertha Grimes, who is a the company.L. .
patient in the Bunnell General
Hospital after an automobile Del Monte 14 oz. Bottle
L. Brannam Sr., Levi Jr. and
accident the last of June, enjoyed For MAXWELL HOUSE
James Alan, returned home dur CATSUP 5 $100
a visit last weekend with her ing the past weekend with the
two sisters, Mrs. Fred Ackermanof
"Vacation Trailer" which has Del Monte No. 303 Can COFFEE
Meggetts, S. C., and Mrs. Ada '
been parked in Maggie Valley,
Martin of Charleston, S. C. I EARLY For
PEAS S $100
N. C., for the summer. GARDEN Tbn
I 47e
Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Moody and
Recent visitors at the Eisen. Del Monte No. 303 Can
Howard and Nancy of Lake City, bach Beach Home included Mr. CUTGREEN For Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
visited here during the weekend and Mrs. John Sutherland and BEANS S $100

with his father, George Moody, children, Neva, Sue, Debbie, Holt,
and brother in law and sister, Faryl, and Glenn of Vero Beach.A Del Monte No. 303 Can j
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller. They $0O DAIRY SPECIAL-
were returning home from a letter this week from Mrs.A. SNSPINACH 6ForDel
special tour of the space centerat A. Morse said their son, Kraft Vi G a.
Cape Kennedy.Mr. Arnold II graduated from the Monte 46 oz. Can
Tehran American School on May PINEAPPLE DRINK For -flfOO ORANGE JUICE"550
and Mrs. L. H. Church and 30 and will be leaving there on Grapefruit 4 ..L
daughter, Linda, are enjoying a August 28 to enter the University Kraft "Midget" LONGHORN
camping vacation in North Car ;I of South Florida in Tampa. CHEESE 390FRESH
olina. The other son, Eric, has recently DIXIE CRYSTAL Pkg.
I joined the U. S. Navy for four
ELIZABETH LYNN TRACE years. He is now stationed in SUGAR FROZEN FOODSS -
Mr. and Mrs. James Tracey of San Diego, California.Mr. .

Jacksonville are the parents of i lb Frosty Acres CRINKLE CUT 24 oz. Pkg.
a six pound 14 ounce daughterborn and Mrs. Claude Barrow 290
in St. Vincent Hospital on had as their guest their son, Bag FRENCH FRIES *" 290

I August 13. Donnie Barrow who was homeon Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
I The maternal grand parentsare a 20 day leave. He is station. Big Top / Gal.J
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Allenof ed in the Phillipines. Ea.
Bunnell and the maternal ICE MILK 4ge
great grand mother is Mrs. F. A. i John Howard Bertha, son of PRODUCE _
Rich of Bunnell.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bertha, has
recently completed the summer Golden RipeBANANAS

and Mrs. Charles Creal session of Howey Academy.John "" fOe
and family, Robert, Billy, Carol was presented a bowling FA B
for the most improved
award having
and Nancy, have returned home Fresh
award at the close of
from a vacation trip to Key I GIANT
West. I' school. CABBAGE "" 90 SIZE 47"Limit

here with her fellow
Visiting parentsare
3 GAL. FOR $5.00 Mr. and Mrs. Norman H. lb. 1 with $5.00 or more food order
QUALITY PAINTCome I I I Lane are Mr. and Mrs. L. H. ONIONS 3 250
( In and see It made) Atlanta .
Freeman of Georgia.Mrs.
R. V. Yeoman. Ormend BeachCorner
Norman Lane and daughter
Hand Ave. *: V. ,!I. 1 I
677.8020 9 a. m. till 5:30 Debbie, have returned home
after a visit of three weeks in
I Alabama and Atlanta, Georgia.She .
spent some time with her

Back to School Needs I gery.mother who underwent eye sur

Compton's Encyclopedia till
I Visiting here Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Riddell was her

For the home and school I son, Joy Sisco of Jacksonville.Mrs. .
Phone 437-3227
free demonstration Johnny Lynn underwent OPEN SUNDAYS U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL
506 E. Moody
Telephone I 8:00 a.m.-loo
437.3236 Bunnell, Fla. surgery Monday at the Bunnell p.m.
General Hospital. Quantity Rights Referred Prices Good August 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22, 1966



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Summer Skipped Sound-and-Light
II Caesar for the Roman Forum a shrine during the day, An $2.50 A Year In Advance

New England In Spectacles Give ,i production. ancient tomb near the Sphinx y "

I !i! The language problem abroad :j houses the controls there. At the O. F. ALTORD

I I lis solved in several ways. At Tower of London, the controlsare
Cold Year View of I II
Famous HistoryA the Citadel in Cairo and at the I hidden in Traitors' Gate. Registered

Summer never came at all In row of stone columns can I Pyramids, performances are I Real Estate BrokerBunnelL

the dismal year of "eighteenhundredandfrozetodeath. be transformed into a rippling given on succeeding nights in I I

." arpeggio of light with a new.I English, French, German and ; nMfl.nnw.iE. Florida

form of pageantry called son et Arabic At the Acropolis in I
The chilly spring of 1966 was RENEW YOUR -- --
11uml re. i I Athens performances are repeat j j

nothing compared to that of The French name, meaning ed the same night in Greek, : DRIVER'S LICENSE 1I''

1816. The weather 150 years ago "sound and light," honors the I I' English, and French. Guests are | PETERSON TEXACO
turned New England Into a country where the technique seated according to language '' I I SERVICE

frigid disaster area, the National originated. Clever lighting effects ,I at the Roman Forum, and there i i ROAD SERVICE

Geographic Society says. combined with prerecorded I are simultaneous translations. II i Light Mechanic Work

Heavy frosts were recorded sound-disembodied voices music A must for son et lumiere is : I.1 Phone 437.3441 3unnellIV

every month, a blizzard struckin noises of war, footfalls, I inconspicuous equipment that i =

June, ice storms coated trees laugher, oration and narrationsuggest ,: I Why FV1II TUB JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT SEV-IN

In July, birds froze, hundreds of the events that have AND FOR FLA(.J.J'1It COUNTY,
taken place at a historic structure lie Monitor I FLORIDA. CHANCERY NO.
cattle and sheep died, crops WANT ADS
failed, farmers perished In snowdrifts i(i the National Geographic MONTANA Plaintiff

Society says. recommends VS.
i A visitor to the son et lumiere j I I Listings under this heading are JOSEPH MONTANAbefendant.
Scholars variously blamed a ]' at the Sphinx and Pyramids !I,,3 cent a word: each insertion.
volcanic eruption and sunspotsfor I 175: cents Is the minimum charge read NOTICE TO APPEAR
near Cairo said "The world of you THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
the cold bleakly speculatingwhat
45 centuries ago seemed much /FOR SALE-Used Revco upright JOSEPH MONTANA
would happen if "the sun Whose residence and
more real to me than the new freezer, 17 cubic feet 6 years localiiewshuper Post Office Address
should become tired of illuminating I : your are unknownYou
hotels rising along the Nile"Caught old, good condition $125.00.
are hereby notified that a
this gloomy planet"January II
I I in Thunderstorm Howard Carson Phone 439.2145for suit for divorce has been filed
In June against in the above entitled
started SOD et lumlere was the Inspiration appointment 818 Itc cause and you are hereby requiredto
the cold
Curiously, year
I of a Frenchman Paul serve upon Plaintiffs Attorney
with an unseasonably warm LOST-Bird Dog. Has a collar Your local newspaper is a wide.range whose name and address ap-
Robert-Houdin, the grandson of pear hereon your written defense
January, according to the Old with owner's name on It. How newspaper with many features. Its If any. to the Bill of Complaint In
Farmer's Almanac. Three daysin the French magician whose ard Allen. If found call 437.3168or emphasis is on local news. It also said suit, on or before the 3rd day
of September 1966, else decree
name was borrowed by the reports the major national and inter pro
May also were abnprmally American magician HoudinI. contact Eugenia Allen national news. confesso. will be entered againstyou

warm. In Salem, Massachusetts Robert-Houdin was curator of 8.18.1tp THE MONITOR COMPLEMENTS YOUR WITNESS my hand and seal of
the temperature rose to 101 de. ------- -- LOCAL PAPER said Court this 2nd day of August
the massive Chateu de Cham- FOR SALE 1960 Rambler American 1968
on May 23. We specialize in analyzing and Inter.
grees bord in the Loire Valley. One 4-door radio heater the national (SEAL) JULIA R. HARVEY.
In June, things changed drastically i new pretmg important and Clerk of said Court ad Interim.
I evening he was caught outdoorsin over size tires new .radiator, international. news. Our intention W. I* WADSWORTH
Salem's temperature a violent thunderstorm and to bring the news into sharper focus. P. O. Box 06
dropped from 92 degrees to 42 undercoated, standard shift. For The Monitor has a worldwide staff of Bunnell Florida
he found a refuge overlookingthe Attorney for PlaintiffAuy
information call 4392186. Mrs.
overnight. It snowed in many correspondents some of them rank C-11-18-25--4tc
of the state. On June 7 chateau. As lightning flick Heydt. S.lS.1tc among the world's finest. And theMonitor's
ered over the chateau's wide! incisive provocative editorials
a foot of snow blanketed WilHamstown. Renaissance facade with its 'I Early American Sofa and chair, are followed just as closely CHANCERY COUNTY NO. 6326 FLORIDA.IN :

2700. Jerry's Furniture and by the men on Capitol Hill as they MARY T. GOODWIN
slender towers turrets chimneys
are by the intelligent, concerned Plaintiff
During the next days,
Appliances Old Dixie Highway, VI.
gables and glistening adult on Main Street.
there were severe frosts every JOSEPH MORGAN GOODWIN.
windows the old building seem 2 miles south of Korona. Phone WHY YOU SHOULD TRY THE MONITORYou Defendant

night as far south as Virginia ed to pulsate. It seemed more 437.3752. 8.18.1tc probably know the Monitor's professional NOTICE TO DEFEND .

Snow fell all across New Eng alive to him than ever before, -- -- reputation as one of the THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TOJOSEPH :
land, in New York, and Ohio. FOR SALE-2 bedroom suites, 2 world's finest newspapers. Try the MORGAN GOODWIN
truly a place where people had RURAL, ROUTE ATLANTIC
On June 15, the Danville (Vermont couches, electrical appliancesand Monitor; see how it will take you NORTH CAROLINAYou
lived loved, and gone to war. above the average newspaper reader are hereby notified that a
) North Star reported that What nature does so magnifl- many other items. Must be Just fill out the coupon below. suit has been filed against you In

"on the night of the 6th water sold in next two weeks. Capitol ------------ the above entitled cause, and you
ciently, man should try to do are hereby required to file your answer
froze an inch thick, and on the Motel, Korona. Phone 4373202. The Christian Science Monitor with the Clerk of this Court
as well he said. One Norway Street and to serve a copy thereof upon
of the 7th and
night 8.11.2tp
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
Robert Houdln
began workingwith
the 8th a kind of sleet or 'I Boston Massachusetts, U.S.A. 02115 whose name and address is:
two Paris firms on the FOR RENT-3 rooms and bath Finn start my Monitor subscription for CHARLES R. BENNETT
exceedingly cold snow fell, attended the ., P. O. BOX 179
technical problem involved in all electric available period ducked b low I incloseI
apartment, ,
by high wind, and measured (U.S. funds).
blending light, music, and spoken 'August 15. Phone 439.2463, 1312 later than August 29 A. D 1966
in where It drifted YEAR $24 D < months $12
places I SI If you fall to do so, decree pro
text to tell a story. The advent South A1A. Also 100x100 lot for months $6 confesso will be entered againstyou
18 to 20 inches in depth. .The
of stereophonic sound made sale. for the relief demanded in the
shoots of leaves of forest trees 8-ll-2tp. Name bill of complaint. The nature of
the art form effective. said suit being for divorce
which were just putting forth, i WITNESS hand and seal of
LOT FOR SALE on Central Avenue Street my
The first
sound and
light spectacle said Cou-t this 20th day of July
corn and garden vegetablesthat was staged at the Chateaude in Flagler Beach cheap. City A. D. 1911.
were out of the ground (Official Seal)
Call Daytona Beach 677.2076.
Chambord in 1952 before the
were mostly killed. French President and thousandsof I 8.11.2tc I State ,_,__ZIP Cods__ Clerk JULIA of R said HARVEY Circuit CourtAd
PR!ft*. Int..I..
A Vermont farmer venturedout -...
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guests. Since then, perhapsa July 28 & C.U.18-He
in the midst of the stormto FOR SALE 43 ft. house trailer. !

tend his sheep. As he went hundred similar programs Outer buildings lot 50x100, living FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION! DISTRICT
have been and STATEMENT: OK CONDITION JUNE: 30, 1006
out the door, he said Jokinglyto per room, large bedroom, workshop ASSETS

formed on a regular basis best of water. Will sell Cash In Bank ........?........... ..................................... .....?................?' 85.290.35
his wife, "If I am not back throughout and Lands Owned In .... _.._... _. _........ ..._..?...... .. ......................... 41.908.61
in an hour, call the neighborsand France Europe cheap if taken soon. Phone Office Furniture :;:Equipment: : .....?........._..._.......:..:......................... 6,479.07: :
I the Near East. I I I 4392196. R. 8-4-3tp Petty Cash ........ .....'... ........... ..... _.... : ? .. 35.00
start them after me. Juneis I Kellogg.
In the United et
States son
:a bad month to get buriedin i $133.71303
the snow." Three days later ,I was performed regularly safely Surplus I ............................................._?...._.?...._....?,........._.............?.........133713.03
for several seasons at three : Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only 98c at I in-t:nnt:

searchers found his frozen body. ; shrines-independence Hall on Moody's Pharmacy. June 9, 12tp ''Cash Received In Banks during January the Period 1. :1966 ...._........................?......_._...._...$11482033

Orioles in KitchenSo Philadelphia the old Spanishfort Refund on Bond Premium ........................ 81.00
many birds were frozen SINGER sewing machines. New, Reimbursement Expenses re:
at St Augustine, Florida, V-7 & 434-A Release .................................. 150.00
that relatively few were seen used, repairs. Call Bob French, Reimbursement Expenses re:

in New England the next few and the decommissioned battle 253-4541 Daytona collect. P/L 790 Easement ...._......_........._.... ......... 150.00
ship North Carolina at Wilmington Release of MSA WW-2 ............................. 75.00
years. One farmer regularly SEPTIC TANK Cleaning; drain Tax Redemptions ....................._........_..._? 1.13
North Carolina. Only the Rent portion MSA 641-A ........_................_ 15000
.brought orioles into his kitchento I fields Installed; Rota-Roter snail of Pompano Beach

warm them up. Wilmington show has survived shell. Reasonable prices. Call kre"eos\ .........................._.........?..:::::::::::: 19U9 80S.63
with enduring popularity.
In many parts of New Eng. Talent and Technology 'George Jarosz, 437-3410 81tfJOHNSTON'S Total Cash January 1, 1966 and received during the period _$115.425.9S

Jand the vital corn crop failed. Producing son et lumiere Is I11e111JISE11IENTSt Office Furniture & Equipment ..............$ SI.27 $ 34.27
Those who managed to raise Its esteem and ADMINISTRATIVE: KXPENSESl

food their neigh. expensive. Surety Bond Premium .........................._$ 35.00
some helped wide.spread success abroad rep' Commissioners Per Diem ...................... 3.225.00
bors. The inscription on a I FLAGLEB BEACH REALTY CO Commissioners' Mileage .....?.......... ......, 1.786.6f
resent the best efforts of national I LOTS, HOMES OCEAN FRONT, Employee Salary............_..._.... ?......... 1.650.00
gravestone in Ashland, New governments, private Office Rent ...._..................._?_..._....??.......... 22500
of WATER FRONT FARMS, Office Supplies .. .. .. _.. 75
Hamshire, reads: "Son a technology, and talented writers, Postage ?......::::::::::_::::_:, ::.?.:..:?::::::::::: 11:00

Revolutionary Soldier, a pioneerof and musicians. ACREAGESee Telephone Expense ....................._....?...... 1(5.60
this town. Cold Season of actors ua for your real estate needs Miscellaneous/ Expense .........__....?.?_.... 6.50' 7.110.45
Andre Maurois and Jean Cock-
raised 40 bushels of wheaton Office Phone HE 9-2242 LEGAL EXPENSES
1816 I tea collaborated on the sound. Residence Phones ID '..3691or Attorney Salary ...........................?....... _5000.00
this land which kept his and for Versailles Office Supplies/ ...............?........................?... 4].50
from light script ID 7-3517 Postage ........_............................?..??....... ..... IO.Of
family and neighbours Palace outside of Paris. Orson .... Telephone Expense .............................?...... R].3147J
starvation.The Travel Expense ..............?.......................... .60
sun that chill year of 1816 .J'.."...........,...". .... ...."....."........... ".........fl...-"...."..-...-. Legal Miscellaneous Advertisements Expense..._......_....__...................?..............._.. 444 32..9 00$ $ 8.066.37


rayless, as in a cloud of smoke. General Manager's Salary..... ...... ......$6.250.00
Scientists the Managers Secretary ...._.._........................ 138498
thought sun may Maps Prints & Supplies .......................... 2,3H.54!
have been obscured by a globe-i AMBULANCES Telephone Expense ......._......................_... 493 79i
PHONE VAlley 4 1625 Travel Expense ................_..........._...._..?? .g25.12
girdling cloud of volcanic dust Postage and Office Supplies .................... 197.62
thrown the tremendous ? VTPF Office Rent ............................_........................ 900.00
up by / ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA Electric Service ....................._...._.,............ 51.85
eruption of Tamboro, in the East Miscellaneous/ / Expenses ..._..... ._ _._..... 3748
the be. Dues & Subscriptions .............?......?............. 77.35 $13,393.71
Indies In April of year Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

.fore. are always at your service with promptness safety and MI Henry{ Holland\ Buckman KXPEKSl...... $3.31000
Dudley Leavitt, a 19th century experience. Liability I & Other Insurance =:::::::::::::::: 7T58 $ 3377.5 S

astronomer and almanac maker, ,

attributed the weather to a large Equipped With Oxygen Resuiitator and Inhalator Recording Fees ..._._......?............................. 325
Certificates & Reports on Titles ............ 150.00 15325
number of sunspots. Present-

day meteorologists speculatethat Garcia Funeral HomeP. Total Disbursements ...?..................................._.._._...._........._....._$ 30.135.83

a combination of volcanic Cash In Banks June 30. 19(6 .........-."-..___._-_..._$ oa.ijv.aa
dust and sunspots may indeed E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director This Statement has been prepared In accordance with provisions of
Chapter 14723. Law of 1931 Details of accounts
have caused "eighteen.hundred- LADY ASSISTANTWWVVAVUVVVWSMAVWU vouchers are on ttrlaih omco of the Treasurer with supporting -

and-froze-to-death." / "......."".........J'.....". ....."........................ O. ALFORD TreaaurerPAGE

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Stocking Your individual carcass. low Choice are the grades Good Veterans Victim they have asked for no such
The shield-shaped grade markis and Standard. I queries and that Congress has
Freezer With BeefIf your guide to meat quality. Under ordinary circumstances Of Cruel HoaxA NOT enacted any laws concern
And it want tender, Juicy, i
you consumers need not be concerned ing this alleged dividend. Disappointment -
you are planning to stock flavorful beef, buy high quality with yield grades. But if you cruel hoax has led several is facing thousandsof
your home freezer with beef, meat. USDA Choice, the most buy beef in carcass or wholesale I thousands of veterans to writeto veterans whose letters are
you naturally want to get the popular beef grade, is widely form, yield grades can help the Veterans Administrationin I already flooding into VA offices
best buy for your Whether used in home freezing. Although throughout the nation,
money. Before buying part of a carcass the hope of getting an insurance Henry
you plan to buy several cuts, USDA Prime is the finest gradeof said.
I consider the cuts you need dividend that was actually I
a quarter or a whole carcass, meat, it is usually too expensive I most. A hindquarter gives more paid 16 years ago. The VA asks editors of publications
Dr. Robert L. Reddish meats for the general retail
steaks and roasts, while the
The hoaxers are spreading the and overseers of com
specialist, Florida Agricultural trade. i forequarter contains more cuts rumor that the VA has asked pany bulletin boards to pleasesee
Extension Service, suggests that USDA Choice, which ranks below I that must be pot roasted or made veterans to write to the agencyso that the phony notices do
you consider some facts about USDA Prime, is an excellent into ground and stew meat. that a dividend check mightbe not appear in print or become
grade, yield and cost. grade for those who want both Most dealers will cut meat to sent to them, C. W. Henry, posted on the boards as these
The federal grading program palatability and economy. It suit your needs, so be sure to manager of the St. PetersburgVA are the main methods through
tells you the quality of beef you has good flavor, is tender, is get portions that fit the size regional office, reported.VA which the false rumor is being
buy and the amount of meat not wasty and the price is I
of your family. officials point out that spread.
you can expect to get from an usually moderate. Ranked be



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THE PRIESTLY INSTRUCTION We have Just finished our 1966 October 1 (Sat.)..................St. Joseph ...............Away S2.50 A Year Iv Advance

I had a college professor In I I I All Stars-Yankees, Flagler I October 7 ..............................Baldwin ...................Away* I

Christian Education who used I County Little League Series. I October 14 ...........................D & B .................-.....Home
to "You can't give some This series was won by the I I October 22 (Sat. 2 p. m..Florida Air Academy Away CALL

thing say which you do not possess I I Champion Yankees of Flagler i October 28 .........................Father Lopez ...........Home*

more than you can come Beach. The Yankees won it in November 4 .......................Oviedo .......................Away 437-3669

any back from a place where you I three games and gave the November 11 ........................Hastings ...................Home*

have never been.." The ministry I II Yankees a record of 12 straight November 18 ........................Callahan .................Home*

of God is a demanding thing 1 games. ALL GAMES START AT 8:00 P. M.. EXCEPT AS INDICATED Martin
which requires of those called I This has been my fourth seriesas CONFERENCE GAMES INDICATED *
to be prepared. Life is not sim manager of the All-Stars. I

pIe, therefore instruction in life wish I could express myself in

which leads to eternal life Is words what a feeling It gives me Academy Exams. tor Holland, "is mandatory in: HardingFOR
often times a complicated pro. to work with these youngstersup order that the Civil Service Commission .

cess. To be best effective as a to a series. You should see For Florida I will have sufficient time
minister one needs a balance these young ball players when Boys In which to determine the sitesat
between book learning and common they are told they will play with i! which the screening examinations
Closes Sept. 15 I LIGHT DOZIER
sense. the All-Stars. This gives the will be given to Florida

Of course first one needs to bea boys a new outlook in baseball.We Senator Spessard Holland anj I j applicants. Because of this requirement
Christian who is called by had one of the best All. pounced today that all Florida no extensions of time WORK

I God. Throughout the Bible the Star teams this season, but the boys desiring to take the Civil for receipt of these applicationscan
followers of God have supported Yankees showed us good hitting, Service screening examination be made."

I men who answered God's call good pitching and good team preliminary to his considerationfor SHELL
to the ministry. These men were play. They were well coached by appoinement to the national All interested parties who
Stuart Rockett.It have not yet filed applicationfor
not part time soothsayers, but service academies located at
would be nice of these admission to the various
were full time In gaining knowl sure ROCK
West Point, New York, (Army),
could continue their ball. service academies in the sum.
edge from the Scripture books boys
Annapolis, Maryland (Navy),
and life that they may adequately playing. It seems some people Colorado Springs, Colorado (Air mer of 1967 should immediatelywrite
do their Job. have forgotten that Little League Senator Holland for the FILL DIRT
Force), and Kings Point, New I
God is a demanding boss, anda players grow up. This season we York (Merchant Marine), must necessary forms In order that
relentless taskmaster. Every had some very fine young play. have their completed applica they can be returned prior to the

minister has his orders. "My ers that would have liked to tion forms in his office 421 Old' September 15 deadline date. In TOP SOIL

people are destroyed for lack of play ball, but for some reason Senate Office Building, Washington conclusion, the Florida legislator
left out. Last was stated that those applying
have they were
knowledge; because you year
D. C.
20510 no later than
rejected knowledge I reject you our first breakthrough for teenage September 15, 1966. must score a minimum grade of COW MANURE
from being a priest to me." boys to play. We had Till. 70 percent on the standard
Hosea 4:6.: man Robinson James Whitaker "This deadline," stated Sena. screening examination in order

Shelton Barber D. Zimmerle. All -- ----

would have enjoyed coaching a

"B" TEAM FOOTBALL Junior team.

The American Legion would
PLAYERS REQUESTEDTO like to sponsor a Legion team.I [I@

MEET FRIDAYAll baseball would like program to see an includinga all out _

boys in grades 7.9 who are high school baseball team in 3.BecJroom COMANCHE
Intere sted in playing "B" Team the future. e 1 :nr. ;r

football are asked to meet at Flagler County in the thirtieswas

Bunnell High School Gym on called baseball county and

Friday August 19 at 5:30 Coach had the best players in those

Jack Hardin said today. days and were the talk of the
Mr. Hardin said all boys are East Coast League.I .
requested to bring their birth
would like to see our Little
certificates and three dollars to Leaguers playing in their 17th k
their Insurance.
cover and 18th year. Sure hope we get
the support in the next few

AlexanderLumber years. I


CompanyFLAGLER Thank you for all your kind I II

expressions and cards of
BRANCH I thy on the death of my mother. WE'LL FINANCE YOUR

William K. Shropshire
Summer Time NEW HOME IDD %

Special THANK YOU Financing won't be a problem when you have your new home built on your property by Jim Walter.
We would like to express our 100% financing Is available to qualified property owners with no down payment. YOU NEED
thanks to the Community for all NO CASH because Jim Walter finances everything-not [lust 70 or 80 per cent. All you need to do
Quantity Discount Paint the many nice things that came i is choose your home from the more than 20 models available-all meeting the same high standardsof
quplify at the lowest possible price.
to us during Mrs. Morris' sur I

SALESavings gery and stay in the

This has meant much hosPital.//
E. S. and Vedle
up to 20% on
Be It known that T. Tom Adams!, Jim Walter's mique homo buildinf plan males Wf tartan possible Tou can km your home"" built M your prop.
Masonry-Wood Paint Florida Secretary of State Rive of the notice State thata of arty to virtually any step of compl tkx -alk rfn|you to spend only as much as you wish-no more ttum, you fed
with 'E1 oAter ELECTION will beheld you tan afford at this HIM.The bask sKeH hams,completely. finished outside,aa be!lull on you property almost
Let us assist you our Florida In Flagler Tuesday! State succeed of Mywnenj with 10 down. payment Tar my purchase pacbps of interior finish materials from Jim Walter and'"
remodeling or home ing the on flmt Monday In Novem install them yourself...purchase them! installed by Jim Walter...or...your m tmnpmente for interior
improvement service. ber.being A.the D.. EIGhTH 196 the DAY said' OF Tuesday NOVEMUEU. completion.Th more Interior Unhhini you it younelf-UM more you 1M.Dan,put off balding your MI borne
to fill the following of- or cottap because money is scarce Jim Walter will handle all the details.Tou pay only ont km monthly payment
TO SAVE MONEY- Aces: and your home will be completely paid for in only 12 short yeas Stop by or mite Jim Walter today Set bow easy
TRADE WITH JOHNNY the Representative Fourth Congressional In Congress District.for It will be to start buildinf your sets bomt or cottap rifht any.WHKINDS.
Three (3) Justices of the Supreme
Three (3) Judges of the District
........ .. Court of Appeal for the First Appellate
Seventh Judicial Circuit.
Secretary of State.
710.12 Lemon St. Attorney General ff?
Palatka Florida State Treasurer.
t Phone EA 5-9166 tion.Superintendent of Public Instruc-

Furnltu-. Upholstering Commissioner(2) Commissioners of Agriculture.Two FloridaPublic .
Repaired & Refinished Service Commission.
Mattresses & Box Springs State Senator Fourteenth Senatorial
Made\o Order Also Renovated District.
State Senator Fifteenth Senatorial The HAVEN The/ LEISURE
Call Laura Morris 437-3233 District.
State Senator Sixteenth Senatorial -
After 6:00 P. M. I I District. CALL COLLECT PrVRITE
State Senator Forty-first Senatorial -
One ((1) Member of the Houseof
Just as near as your Representatives.
Phone or Post Office Two (2) Members of the Board JIM WALTER CORPORATION BU
of County Commissioners
Drop Us A Card or Call Three (3) Members of the Board
Free Pick-up & Delivery of Public Instruction. 1<+sG'"r I would hli. to know man clxjj*your bui'JInc a*1 1
financing plan.Plta<. send f '.
Sheriff WI AU OPEN SUNDAYS eh a it rtaleg wnlmrt
Clerk. Circuit Court. Judge, Small Claims Court. Q Mom O Cxtifl.
Bookkeeping and Justice of the Peace. District OCALA, FLA. I NAME
Income Tax ServiceR. In Testimony Whereof I have 1813 Jacksonville Rd. I
hereunto set my hand and affixed ADDRESS I
T. ShockneyP. the Great Seal of the State of P. O. Box 954 cTq
O. Box 842 Florida at Tallahassee the Capital I CITYT _- i
Ormond Beach. Florida gUilt, this 19U.the Fifteenth day of Au. Phone: 622-8118 .UpHcn&__ I

677-4587 TOM ADAMS My Property k kcot.dn; _
Aug. 18-25 & Sept. 1-8-4tc

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