The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
August 25, 1966
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
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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Preceded by:
St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by:
Palm Coast news
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Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune


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Two Candidates ENTRANCE FEES ON Mrs. HilderbrandtDies I APPLICATIONS FOR I' Lions Club To

Qualify For I IN STATE PARKS Tuesday AIDES DUE AUG. 311t Sponsor Peace

Clerk's OfficeClerk Effective September 1, the entrance Funeral TodayMrs. F. S. Schmidt, Director of Internal .. I Essay ContestIn
Revenue for Florida, today
fee for buses and trucks
of the Golden
F. Hilderbrandt, recognition
Court '
of the Circuit reminded who wish
Florida State Parks persons
entering I of Lions International
advised 600 East Moody Boulevard, passed Anniversary
George M. Moody was will be Increased to $309 (including early Tuesday morning to take /the Special EnrollmentExamination Clubs everywhere are
Tuesday by Secretary of State away I in September that I
tax) State Parks Director
Peace Essay Contest
at the Bunnell General Hospital sponsoring a
the .
of the call of
Adams must be submitted
Tom their applications
Bill Miller today.
elections for She was 90 years of age. I this year. Ths is to help focus
special primaries before August 31, 1966.
The bus and truck entrancefee
Funeral services will be held attention on our Peace efforts
nominating a c.ndidate:: for the The examination is to qualify
of the late EmilL. was previously $2.06, includ. at p. m. Thursday (today) from in the world today and promote
unexpired term other then certified
ing tax, Miller said. the Craig Chapel, 201 East Moody persons, more sense of nationalism
Smythe. The parks director emphasizedthat Boulevard. Burial will follow at public accountants and attorneys I among the younger generation.
will be the
August 30 at noon the automobile entrance fee who wish to represent
the Espanola Cemetery. Rev. O. Walter Morris heads the Bun
deadline for qualifying to run will continue to be 50 cents clients in tax matters before the
per of the Bunnell nell Lions Club Committee to
F. Taylor, pastor
in the primaries. September car, with the camping fee remaining Me thodist Church will I Internal Revenue Service. I encourage students from Junior
will be the date of the election I Applications and full Information -
$2.06 night per
She is survived by a High School through college to
and the 2nd primary, necessary campsite. may be obtained from any I
the contest. are
Mrs. Edythe Harr, ; enter
will be on September 27. I Internal Revenue office. Mr.
son, Earl E. Wetzleb of Me- available locally up to the $25
Mr. Moody qualified on Wednesday Schmidt said this District's tests I
morning to run for reelection i Ricky Palczewski Keesport, Pa; a brother, W. E. will be conducted at Jacksonville 0000.00 prize Internationally.
Beach. Also Interested In this contest
Scheuer of Daytona Anyone
as Clerk for the 2 year Miami, and Tampa on
8 children, should contact a Lion mem
unexpired term. C. B. Eisenbach Wins Trophy In surviving are grand September 26 and 27.
11 great grand children and 2 ber Immediately.The .
also qualified Wednesday morning The applications should be
to run for the office. Talent Show great great grand children. mailed to the Director, Audio Di Lion sponsored Blood
Pall bearers will be Dale
Mrs. Mary Smith, Supervisorof vision, Internal Revenue Service, drive last week was very successful
Richard W. Paleze--skl of Bun- Brown, P. A. Edmonson, GeorgeM.
Election for Flagler County Washington, D. C. A check for as fourteen donors gavea
nell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rich Moody and Don Moore.
said the registration books are ard E. Palczewski of the Dixlana I I $25.00 payable to the Internal pint of blood. The Lions Club
closed for special primaries, but Revenue Service must accompany .. expresses thank to all who par
Motel, Bunnell, won 2nd place I
they will be open for the registration in the Beach recreation I I the application. 1 ticipated.
trophy Daytona
to in the November I talent show Monday I Hey, Hey Hey II 1I I Al Zamba of Flagler Beach

general night. The trophy was for 2nd I What Do You Say? SCHOOL DROPOUTS was Inducted Into the Club by

place in the accordian, age 8 i President Jimmy Kelley at the
School SpendingUp thru 12 group. This was the finals I (By Ltsll. pache) I WILL BE USED IN meeting on Tuesday In other

in the contest and Judges I Let's take the ball away. action by the Board of Directors,
10 Percent for the contest were from the I Well here we are again, the I NYC Louis Stefllk was Advanced from

Little Theatre group. I 1966 football season has rolled State Cabinet has authorized 3rd vice president to 2nd vice

Over Last Year I Richard is a student of Mrs. around. the Florida Park, Board to president filling a vacancy

Emma Bean of the Bean Studios Coach Reynolds has had the apply for a federal grant to continue ,there. Dale Brown was nominated
Spending for public educationin of Daytona Beach. He attends boys out for the past week. All : participation In the Neigh and elected to serve as 3rd

Florida came to $744.1 million i the St. Brennen Catholic School inference center, Jack Knight, borhood Youth Corps program vice president.

last year, the Florida State i In Ormond Beach. led the Seniors who have been at a cost of $547,828 for the coming w
Chamber of Commere pointedout I >ut. Quarterback Walton CowartJack year.

In its Weekly .Busln.fiss.Re;.k- ''''' I Sparkmen.-Daa-Cody,.. 'StateParksDirector*Miller -
view released yesterday. I SMALL CLAIMSCOURT Billy Harris, and Phillip Zlnv said the application to the N. W.

"This figure is 10 per cent. I SESSIONSmall merle. United States Department of PASSED AWAY
over the previous year, compared The boys are getting ready for Labor will provide federal financing
with 9 per cent nationally,,, : Claims Judge Thomas the their first game, starting off with for the NYC program Nathaniel Winfield Helnrichs,

showing that Florida spendingfor Lenssen announced today beer, the opener here on September using high school dropouts in 62, 1709 Nova Road, Ormond
education Is Improving at a I following recent cases have 16 with the Crescent City Re park work. Beach, died Tuesday morning at
slightly faster rate than the national I continued: Halifax Hospital.He .
Presswood vs. Ross. I bels.More
average. II Canakarls vs. Kellogg. i boys will be showing up CHRYSANTHEMUMS LAST was born in La Follette,
"The Florida total Included Bunnell General Hospital vs this week. Coach Roy Bayliss is LONGER IN ROOM LIGHTS Tenn. He moved to this area 19

$153 million for the operationand I assisting Coach Reynolds. Studies at the Gulf Coast Ex years ago from there. He was
expansion of state universities Kellogg.The fine and inexperienced Bradenton,
case of McNab vs. Estateof Some young periment Station, employed as a printer by Fitzgerald
and public Junior collegesup Swendsen for $150.00 was settled Sophomores and Juniors show that the chrysanthemumsplaced Publications in Daytona
( 36 per cent); $501.6 million of court. have been working out the past in the lighted part of a Beach. He- was formerly em
for the operation of regular pub Reese Is week. Just a few to name: Garry house last "three times longer" ployed by The Flagler Tribune.
Cline Grocery vs.
lic secondary schools (up 6 per scheduled for hearing Septem Buckles, Henry Bowers, John Mc. than similar flowers In the Wllamena, and a brother, Tom,
cent); $72.4 million for new Daniel, James Robertson, Mike darker part.Physicians. Ormond Beach.
buildings and equipment in ber 1. Robinson, Mike Zimmerle, Tony
these secondary schools and September 15 and 29 will be Parker, John Bertha, Donald at the University Service will be at 10 Thursday

$17.1 million for specialty schools ,. the days of the next court ses Moore. of Florida's College of Medicineare morning at Baggett-Mclntosh.

for the handicaped. The last two sion, Judge Lenssen said. These young players have a conducting research Into Rev. Sam Paul Combs, pastor of

figures remain about the sameas love for football to practice In fungus disease of the eye, comparing the First Christian Church, will
In 1964. the hot weather. The boys are drug treatment with officiate. Burial will be in Belle-

With Florida's population in 'Do You Need A getting down to serious trainingthis surgery. vue Memorial Park.

mid-1965 at 5,805,000 permanent I week as those Rebels are a

residents, the total expenditurefor Scholarship For tough bunch.P. .
education meant a few cents

more than $128 per capita. The Basic Nursing?
state ranked 32nd in this respell
ahead of all southeastern I Are you aspiring to reach the .

states, several New England goal of a nursing profession? MORE MAN POWERLeslie _

states and surprisingly ahead of I Would you be Interested in obtaining Pache, director for the r---; j.): Ia
Missouri, Pennsylvania and financial assistance to 1966 Punt Pass and Kick Program a I

Ohio.These I pursue your education? The for the Bunnell Motor :". f _

figures Include all Spaceport Area Tuberculosis and Company, has lined up Jack xx
state and local funds plus federal Respiratory Disease Association Hardin, coach of the 1966 Bull

aid for school lunches and would like to announce the pups, Roy Bayliss, assistant
impacted areas. They do not in availability of basic nursing coach to Howard Reynolds;

clue educational grants for special scholarships for any resident of Quarterback, Walton Cowart of .
research projects or costs of Brevard, Flagler or Volusia the Bulldogs team; Jack Spark- r

agricultural experiment sta Counties. If you are interested, man, tackle, and St. Johns River .
tions." call or write for application. If a Conference center of 1965, ..J

Brevard County resident, call Jack Knight. Also ,James Whit

OFFICES TO OBSERVE 636.5636, or write to SpaceportArea aker, Scout Troop 472. ; ,
Tuberculosis and Respiratory to all sport
LABOR: DAY MONDAYDue Just a reminder f a
to the next regular meetIng Disease Assn., P. O. Box 249,, fans, that the week of Sept

falling on Labor Day the I Cocoa. If a Flagler or Volusia 12.17 Is Foot Ball Week. 6 6

Board of County Commissioners : County resident, call 252.3641, or .._::- ", 6 9
have postponed write Spaceport Area Tuberculosis
of Flagler County National Foundation-
the next meeting to Tuesday, and Respiratory Disease

September 6. Assn., P. O. Box 549, Daytona March$63,000 for of the Dimes Birth has Defects provided Con STAFF SERGEANT CHARLES L. KELLY

The offices of the Courthousewill Beach. ter at the University of Florida's WITH U. S. COMBAT AID FORCES, Vietnam-Staff Sergeant
be closed on Monday, Sept. and B. Kelly Jr. of Bun-
Shands Teaching Hospital of Mr. and Mrs. George
The University of Florida'sCollege Charles L. Kelly, son
of Labor Day.
5 In observance of the Bunnell of Medicine is one of Clinics and another $59,000 for t nell, Florida, presently on duty at Tan Son Nhut AB, Vietnam.
The has
in the research related to a specific Air Force administrative supervisor, Sergeant Kelly
Commission which falls on the most active centers : A U. S.
City has also been post I country In retinal detachment congenital disease known asHurler's been In the fight against Communist aggression since November)
Labor Day I (U. S. Air Force Photo
Syndrome. If from England.
poned to Tuesday, September 6. surgery. 1965. His wife, Joy,

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FOR DAD there's up-to-the-minute local news- FOR YOUNGSTERS there a wealth of informa-
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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]
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much s$ a billion dollars In capital
Too Late stofcK. The purpose of which
would Pe to provide for unneeded Quantity Right

expansion to compete with WE GIVE MET T S Reserved k
Classify Invest ( owned companies. *** .

MY Russell tar I The REA was originally designed TOP PRICES GOOD !
to provide electricity to
Thurs. Fri. I''
With the mounting cost of the rural areas, but today 98 per dyat.
war In Viet Nam, unprecedented I cent o{ the nation's farms areelectriQ MARKET
federal spending for Social Welfare d. So any money spent Aug. 25, 26, 27
and the Great Society and and and 29
for additional plants expansion STAMPS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.
the growing threat of Inflation, cAA only permit direct competition Tel. 437-3201
It Is high time we made a ser with these Investor-
ious effort to curtail unnecessary owned companies, stifling free
and wasteful spending.But enterpHse, removing property
Is seems the bureaucratsnever from We tax rolls and givingthe ANNIVERSARY SALE.
give up, the more taxpayers btjfeaucrats more millions. I .
money they get, the more And thj&: money would be loaned .
they want and the more they at two perecnt which Is less (BEGINNING OUR 5th YEAR SERVING YOU)
waste. than half what the government I We take this opportunity to thank you for the support you have given us .
The latest wild scheme to rob now pays for money It through the past years.
the taxpayer of billions of dollars Wouldn't it be nice if borrows'j I Thanks, Management
in an unnecessary and ,could \borrow: money at
wasteful project is found in two 'cent ta go Into competition witha
new bills recently Introduced in comb tltor?
Congress, H. R. 14387 and II. R. The ngerous thing about the
14000, designed to provide additional new ptt>posal is that it will remove Florida Grade "A"
unneeded funds for the the co-ops entirely from
REA through the creation of a Congressional control and will FRYERS.limit: : Lb. 31Copeland' -

"Federal Electric Bank" with I I go far beyond any previous con I e W le...__...._.._......_..__.......
the government contributing as sent ot government in business.
Tht administrator would answerto (Smoked)

-. nobody and could use these
sums TAr anything from building PICN I CS 43-

neW plants to financing ...................................-u.
Why electric l appliances in competition .
With free enterprise.Our (Quick Frozen) 4 to 6 lb.

the Monitor titles and schools are having -
a bud enough time as it is BAKING HEN S 43-

recommends finding tax money to meet their ....................._... _...._.._......._...Lh.
needs. Suppose we were to lose
read the tajf revenue now received Lean MeatyPORK
you from t>Uf investor-owned com
panics who contribute millions STEAKS 59-

your localnewspaper each year. What about the ........................._.....................u..
thousand of Individuals who .
u. S. ChoiceROUND
own stock in these companies
when they find themselves payIng '
Your local newspaper is a wide-range tarts to put a competitor in STEAK : ; .I. 89-

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reports the major national and Inter. Southern California Edison
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incisive, provocative editorials -
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the men on Capitol Hill as they lions oj dollars, 'but would also Flo-Cane (Fine Granulated)
are by the intelligent, concerned reduce Income to local taxing
adult on Main Street. cities and
entitles including
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Proper Care I I J ing two crops. However, it Is I I rely on root systems and stubble

I not known how long an intens
:Jlagfer. I
V >eacn Of Cut FlowersThe live. three crop per year system i for maintaining organic
I I would work out since crops under I

beauty of cut flowers will :this system would have to I matter.

last longer If you take proper I _.,
NEWSA wheels and electricity. But ---- -
WOMAN'S CLUB on --- -----
care of the blooms. 1-- I
Dessert Games Party will be the other day I liked both
The best time of day to cut
31 at horses and chariots because the
held Wednesday, August
flowers Is late afternoon
or early
one p. m. at the Flagler Wom Flagler Beach Library Staff was evening, says Charles Conover, I Circuit Court
an's Club, South Central Ave. invited to the Dedication ceremonies horticulturist with the Florida Clerk
of that new, about $2,- I
Agricultural Extension Service.
nue.Donations will be used for the 000,000.00 Library at Orlando. Flowers produce their food
Scholarship and Library funds. Without some means of trans candidacy for the
through photosynthesis during I am hereby announcing my
Hostesses will be Marie Brede, portation we could not go. Lack I
day and use most of it
Esther Heydt and Ethel White. ing both horses and chariots we during the night. So flowers cut up office of Clerk of the Circuit Court of Flagler

The public is Invited. Luckily had to, refuse though,the the invitation.Orlando in the morning will not stay County in the September 13 special primary elec-
fresh as long as those cut in the''I
Spending the weekend with Library's Director, Clara L. evening because their food sup :' tion.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kuleski were Wendel sent me a copy of the ply Is lower.
he son, Marine Corps PFC Eric Dedication ceremonies program As I I I
soon as cut flowers,
Kuleski and Marine PFC Edgar and a special section about it put them in water that is at I am a native of Flagler County. I have been
Estrella, Lance Cpl. Lou Lonzi, and the Library in the Orlando
room temperature. The warm I I I appointed to serve until January, 1967, to fill the
Sentinel. An absolutely fabulous
Lance Cpl. Jack Adams, all from water will be taken rapidly
the Second Marine Air Wing at Library. I refused to be awed, and prevent plants from losingtoo unexpired term of the late Emil A. Smythe.
though. Their book counter while
Cherry Point, N. C. much moisture. Be sure to
ten times longer than ours, looks
remove all foliage that will be
RECEIVES DECREE very much like the one at the under water after the flowersare I I appreciate your warm reception of my ap-

Danny Frailey, son of Mr. and Flagler Beach Public Librarynow arranged, since the foliage pointment to this important office, and I earnestly
old. Orlando has
Mrs. Henry Shill, received his one year will fall off and decay.To .
Bachelor of Science degree In 220,000 books. And speaking of help coarse-stemmed ewers solicit your vote and support to keep George M.
old books, 2000 of these are over
on August 13 at the
water, the lower
University of Florida in Gaines. 40 years old and from the old two inches of the press stems with a Moody as your Clerk of the Circuit Court.
library. Think how carefully
ville.Mr. piece of wood or a hammer.
Frailey will be employedwith they had been treated. Chrysanthemums, phlox, and Respectfully,
the Union Inc., and
Camp stock will have difficulty taking
stationed in Darien, Georgia up enough water unless stems I
after September 6. are pressed.
AlexanderLumber Use sharp-cutting tools in
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Brantley, good condition to cut flowers. A

former residents of Flagler CompanyFLAGLER dull-edged tool will block the ( Pol. adv.)

Beach, who have resided in Ft. water-conducting tubes in the

Lauderdale the past year, are BRANCH flower stems. Arrange the flowers .
now in San Francisco. They are, in a clean container and use |
'residing near their daughter I Summer Time a flower preservative. Place the "
arrangement out of sunny or I
I Special drafty places in order to slow
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Miller and down the loss of water through I H. CRAIG Funeral Director

family have returned from a vacation I the foliage, Conover suggests. JOHN CAPO. ManagerAIR
spent in the mountains of I Quantity Discount Paint
North Carolina and one week in I I OXYGEN

study by two University of ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
\ FREER Florida scientists shows that I

up to 201. on planting three crops a year on Phone ID 7-3532
Miss Fannie Preer, 75, a former
Exterior-Interior the same piece of land makes
resident of Port Orange, died 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA
more "cents" than
I Paint only plant
Monday at a Deland nursing .
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the 12 Born in
past years. Opell-
ka, Ala, he was a member of remodeling or home BUY TODAY... DON'T WAIT UNTIL OUR INSTALLATION
the Port Orange Methodist improvement service. CREWS GET TOO BUSY TO SERVE YOU.

Church. Survivors include a TO SAVE MONEY- Close Out IMMEDIATE INSTALLATION!

: brother, John R. Preer, Flagler TRADE WITH JOHNNY
Beach; and a niece, Martha

Preer, Daytona Beach. I
Graveside service was held Subscribe to The T ig1ertribune

Wednesday afternoon at 4 p. m. S2.50 A Year Ir Advance

f Interment was at Cedar Hill J

Memory Gardens. TATE OK FLORIDA

I Office !Secretary of State SS faicR

Books Are My DishBy KNOW YE that I. TOM ADAMS. ,
Secretary of State of the State of
Florida, do hereby give notice that
Dorothy Homcma Special Primary Elections will be
held In Flagler County on September rv't
One of my favorite quotationsis tember 13. 27 1966 1966.and If necessary Sep- e

from the Bible. "Some like The Special, Primary Electionsare
being held for the purpose of
horses. Others like chariots. selecting nominees of recognized
: You could write several books political parties to become candidates on this nee
in the General Election on
about what you think it means.I November 8, 1966 for the of lice of INSTANT
think of it when one reader Clerk of the Circuit Court.
I GIVEN under my hand and the
says he likes Westerns and Great heal of the State of Florida, COOLING
at Tallahassee. the Capital this
another likes James Thurber.
I the 23 day of August A. D.. 1966.
Personally I like horses and j (SEAL) TOM ADAMS ------ 115 VOLT AIR CONDITIONER
candlelight and I abhor things Secretary_of State
I Aug. 25 & Sept. 1-8 3tc

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engagement and ap
proaching I marriage of Miss Car Peace Corps Members'
oline Faye Clifton to :Mr. Wayne.I Engagement Told "Sugar Creek" SMOKED SLICED FREE

Banks, son of Mr. and Mrs. I
George Banks, State Road 16,, Glorida Ann McArn will BACON Ib. 69*
Richard L. Shortlidge Jr.
St. Augustine, Florida, is announced
cember in Argatela,
by her parents, Mr. and
dia. Miss McArn is
Mrs. Jack H. Dupont, Route 1,
County's only Peace Corps
Box Plans 211, are St. Auguustine being made, Florida.for a unteer. The bridegroom is I Ask G. C. For Special Meals Cut To Your Satisfaction
a member of the Peace
September 3, 1966 wedding.
The announcement was
Miss Clifton was valedictorianof
by her grandmother, Mrs.
the General Diploma Groupof Buckles, Bunnell. The bride (Carton of 6-10 oz. size)
the 1963 graduating class of is the daughter of Mrs. Ea. FOLGER'S
Bunnell High School. She is em DRINKS DN 3ge
K. Barker, Smyrna, Ga., sit
ployed by Fairchild Hiller Corp
late G. C. McArn, Flagler
oration, St. Augustine.Mr. The bridegroom elect 8)C pkg. COFFEE
Banks is a graduate of I Ea-
I son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ketterlinous High School, is assistant Shortlidge, 8342 Brookmont PAPER 69 J Ib.
manager of Food Fair South Jacksonville.The Tin
Meat Market in St. Augustine. No. 2 Can
bride elect is a
of Bunnell High School and & BEANS Ea. 19* Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
JAMES DONALD CARTMILL JR. ida State University. She

Mr. and Mrs. Don Cartmill of post graduate study at No. 2% Can
Plant City are the parents of a University, Deland. and is For DAIRY SPECIALKraft
son born Monday, August 22, ently in Kota, Belud, 4 99e -
1966 at the Bunnell General Malaysia.The Qt. Bottle
Hospital. He weighed eight bridegroom elect l o Ea.
pounds four and three quarters graduated from Terry Ea 39J ORANGE JUICE 29*
ounces. He was given the name High School and the DRESSING
of James Donald. of Florida with honors. Pillsbury 8 oz. Can
He is the grand son of Mr. and presently serving as a For
Mrs. A. B. Johnston of Bunnell, Corps volunteer in BISCUITS 4 33eSUGAR
and the great grand son of Mrs. Tripura, India. EVER CANE
Nell Allen and E. W. Johnston I
Sr., both of Bunnell. I Mr. and Mrs. Duane FROZEN FOODSMorton' -
I ited in Christmas Sunday
JODEE HELEN WALL : his brother, Mr. and Mrs. ,

Mr. and Mrs. Charlton D. Wall Deen. 5 &; 29C CREAM PIES Each 1ge

are the parents of a seven pound I
nine ounce daughter born at I Mrs. Mary Smith and 1 with $5.00 or more food order Morton's Chicken Beef Turkey
the Bunnell General Hospital on Sam and Ray are spending
Friday, August 19, 1966. She has I eral days in Alabama this DINNERS 3ge
been given the name of Jodee ,They are also visiting
Helen. I; husband, Raymond Smith FRESH PRODUCE -
The new arrival is the granddaughter I a patient in Lake City
of Mr .and Mrs. Robert I Hospital.Mrs. BAKE RITESHORTENING
Deen of Bunnell and the great I 23*
grand daughter of Mrs. E. S. A. F. Tucker
Morris also of Bunnell. Christmas, Florida Sunday 1
I attended church with her

I Dinner guests of Mrs. Leona Cecil and his family. Her 10 Bag 49* 3 Tin 48e
Knight Sunday evening were Mr.1 grand sons have been
and Mrs. Dan Knight of Deland, iting with her for the last Seedless
I Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
and Dr. and Mrs. Claude Knight weeks. lb.
i I of Palatka. I 19$
Mr. and Mrs. William
I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don had as their over night
Moore last week included her Tuesday, Rev. and Mrs.
brother and sister in law, Mr. Porter and son Paul of
and Mrs. William Sawyer and olee. Rev. Porter is a former
family of Brevard, N. C. tor of the Bunnell
I Church and they were ;
House guests of Mrs. Leona i home after a vacation in ]
Knight this week include Mr. Carolina. iit
and Mrs. Sam Thompson and
sons, Jerry and Stephen, of Augusta Mrs. Anna Jarosz and I IIlIllIllEiftIlt
Georgia. Mrs. Thompsonis daughter, Tony Jarosz,
Mrs. Knight's half sister, the turned home after a visit Phone 437-3227
former Maxine Joiner. Mr. week in Miami with
U.s. No. 1 BUNNELL
Thompson is recuperating from rosz's son, Edward and his .-1:00 p.m.
lung at the University ily.
Hospital surgery of Augusta. (Continued From Page Rights Resented Prices Good August 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 1966Thursday

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\ the group that may occupy one brick by tossing It into the clumpof role in one of man's most ambitious Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune

New Camping I I campsite, what will qualify as azaleas you may have rooteda i undertakings reclamation SiSO_ A Year In Advance

one camping rig, a standard plant The brick which maybe I'' of the Sahara. The desert F_

Rules At All State checkout time, boat campers, holding a branch of the covers 3,500,000 square miles, an PETERSON TEXACO

I I limit of stay in a park, chargesfor plant in contact with moist soil '' area nearly the size of the entire SERVICE

Parks Announced to form. I'I'I United States. As dates a
boats or additional cars, refunds has likely caused roots are ROAD SERVICE I

in I and other matters. Either you-or Fido-scratch staple of nomads, countries of
Revised rules for camping !I Light Mechanic' Work
fam. the lower the Sahara to reforest old
Miller stressed that the ing dirt or mulch on hope ,
Florida State Parks, that became I' I i Phone 4373441 3unnell
I ily camping fee of $2.06 per limbs of a number of plants I and new oases with huge groves.A .
1 _
I effective on August was an f.A.J
Parks DirectorBill 1 I night per campsite will remainthe will result in plant propagation. Wall Against Hunger _
nounced State
Miller. same. Digging around plants-such as The United Arab Republic is IlLlXiKT FOIL EAST

Miller said the current camp However, organized youth the crape myrtle-will cause erecting the Aswan High Damas DIHTHICT MOSQUITO CONTROL

standard groups from Florida who are the roots you cut to send upa a wall against hunger. The Pursuant to provisions of Florida
ing boom necessitates Statutes, notice Is hereby given
I camping procedures throughoutthe composed of boys and girls Under plant. dam's tremedous reservoir-it that public meeting will be held

to eliminate 21 years of age sponsoredby Around hedges are good placesto can hold the Nile's entire annual j by the East Flagler Mosquito Con-
park system trol District Board of Commissioners .
both the tourist a recognized organizationsuch look for propagation acci i flow-will increase cultivated on Wednesday, September 7th,

confusion and park personnel.The by as a church, Boy or Girl dents. Birds and squirrels usu. I lands by a third. The project 1966, 5:30:then r.tenta.thai purpose office on of Highway discussing

noted that Scouts, Boys Clubs of America, ally take their "loot" to the I will provide water for two Budget for
parks fiscal year ending September 30th,
regulations for both family, or or others, may camp free with I shade. The leftover seeds of I mlllon now-barren acres. 1987.

and a letter of authorization from : their meals often become living In Israel, the Negev Institute I.YMAN ecretary.L. GAGE,
adult, camping youth camp I
been revised. their governing bodies. plants. My best pyracanthacame for Arid Zone Research exists to Aug. 25 & Sept. 12teNOTICE
have I
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family Florida resident juvenile via the feathered route. I conquer the desert there. A National
on I
camping The procedures spell out the size of groups without a letter of authorization If nature or accidents are not Geographic writer found City Notice Assessment Is hereby Roll given will that be submitted the

will be charged $2.06 propagating the plants you desire "dedicated men seeking new to the Equalizing Board of
the City of Bunnell, Florida for
per night for 10 persons or less. then consider constructing I plants to tame the sand dunes approval on Tuesday, the 6th day

Additional persons will be a rooting case. Almost any I of the Negev and inexpensiveways of P. M.September in the office, A.of D. the 1966 City, at Clerk.8:1)0

WANT ADSListings charged $2.06 for each addition. wooden box on knee-high legs to desalt the brackish water All persons desiring to have corrections
In such roll, whether' in
al unit of 10 persons or fraction will take the stoop out of the for irrigation. Others experi the listing or the valuation of
thereof. chore. I soilless property, or otherwise, are hereby
under this heading are I I I ment with hydroponics- required file with the- City Clerk
I. 3 cent a word, each insertion. Out of state Juvenile groups Construct the case at least I gardening-and look for waysto or at the meeting their petitionsetting

75 cents is the minimum charge will be charged $2.06 per night eight Inches deep. Fill with five harness the abundant solar such assessments forth their and objections the corrections to-

Simmons metal dresser and per unit of 10 persons or fraction inches of rooting medium, leaving energy of the scorched desert." madl" which they desire to have

twin beds with spring frames. thereof. head room for leafy tips of Old irrigation methods often MRS. NANCY C. RODGERS,
Clerk of Bunnell
City Florida
$25.00. Jerry's Furniture and Appliances For adult camping, a family the cuttings. prove helpful. Israeli scientists Aug. 25 & Sept. 1-2tcIV

Old Dixie Highway, 2 occupying one campsite must Rooting media are plentiful. working in the Negev got a -THE-CIRCUIT- COURT "1':'"-

miles south of Korona. Phone I consist of one or more adults at Sand is the most widely used ,helping hand from the Nabatae. ENTII JUDICIAL CiILCV IT. IN
4373752. 8-25-ltc least 21 years of age and must in cutting cases. Other materials ans, an ancient Arabic people. FLORIDA. EQUITY; NO.COUNTY 5347

not Include more than 10 per. Include vermiculite, peat moss, Terraces, dams and conduits Mleczyslaw Marion. Koczwanski.: Plaintiff,

WANTED To babysit small sons. Married persons 18 yearsof peanut hulls, and sawdust. built long ago were restored to Iizabeth.

children at my home. Phone age may qualify as adults.A For your rooting project select channel sparse rainfall from Maria 1 Koezwanskl Defendant.

4373984. 8-25-ltc standard check-out time of softwood tips three or four crusty hills to arable lands. NOTICE AND ANSWERIN TO APPEAR

i WANTED-Ironing at my home. 11 a. m. will be in effect in all inches long. Trim the cutting, The vineyards and peach THE NAME OF THE STATEOF

Elizabeth Durrance, Phone parks, Miller said. Park open leaving the upper two or three trees springing up on the Neg- : Maria FLORIDATO Elisabeth Koczwanskl

4373408. 8-25-ltp. ing and closing hours will con 'leaves Intact. Next, insert the ev's bleak plateau suggest fulfillment Chicago.10959 South Illinois Troy

tinue to vary, as heavy tourist cuttings into the rooting medi- of the Biblical prophecy

FOR SALE 1960 Rambler American demand requires some parks to um. After flooding in, cover the in Ezekial 36:35: "And they MAILING Office Box ADDRESSPost 249

4-door, radio, heater, new stay open longer hours. case with glass, cheesecloth or shall say, This land that was Oaklawn Illinois.

over size tires, new radiator, Family campsites will not be clear plastic. Keep the cuttings desolate is become like the Gar. You are hereby notified that a

l undercoated, standard shift. For reserved in advance, being rent. damp with daily mist-like den of Eden suit In the has Circuit been brought Court against of Flagler you

I information call 4392186. Mrs. ed only on a first come, first sprays on the leaves.If County. Florida, In Equity, by
' Mleczyslaw Marlon Koczwanski.and .
Heydt. 8.18.2tc served basis. Stays will be you use plastic or glass you are hereby required to file

'I ------- limited to two weeks during cover, be sure the cutting project Most parents take credit for personally or by attorney with the
FOR SALE 43 ft. house trailer. Clerk of said Court, your written
periods of heavy demand, with is located in the shade, otherwise the good points of their childrenand defenses. If any, to the ComplaintIn
. Outer buildings, lot 50x100, living wonder where the perverse said suit on or before the 30th
extended stays permitted at the you will stew the plants day of September A. D. 1166 and
t room, large bedroom, workshop II symptoms originate. also to serve a written
discretion of the park superintendent instead of root them. oPJellfrl.08:. ;
r best of water. Will sell defenses u
during periods of limited I IJT TUB CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH and Krol. 411 Main Street Daytona
t cheap if taken soon. Phone I JUDICIAL: CIRCUIT. IN Beach, Florida, on or before the
t 4392196. R. demand.On I AND FOR FLAGLEIl COUNTY, 30th day of September: A. D. 1966.
Kellog. 8.25.2tp Vast Reclamation
the other hand, reservations FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. as required by the Florida Equity
5335. Rules of Civil Procedure and here-
k LOSE WEIGHT safely with for youth camping areas MARIE MONTANA. in fall not or Decree Pro Confesso
'Make 'and Final Decree will be entered
Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only 98c atMoods will be accepted, but no more Projects ..... Plaintiff against ttc.u: by default.
than three months in advance. JOSEPH That nf the Court In
Pharmacy. 9, 12tp MONTANA.Defendant.: which said suit has been InstitutedIs
Lacking a reservation, the youth Deserts BloomMan's NOTICE: TO APPEAR the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial -
I SINGER sewing machines. New, camps will be rented on a first THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: I Circuit of Florida In and
for Flagler County, Florida In
old dream of makingthe JOSEPH MONTANA
I used, repairs. Call Bob French, come, first served basis. Whose residence and I Equity and that the title of said
i 253.4541 Daytona collect. desert bloom is coming true. Post Office Addressare cause! Is as hereinabove set forth.
You are further notified that the
SEPTIC TANK Cleaning; drain Orchards, vineyards, and forestsare You are hereby notified that a I I nature of said suit Is a suit fora
( ) divorce (b) permanent custody
growing on former waste suit for divorce has been filed
fields installed
; Rota.Roter snail against you In the above entitled of the minor child (c) total interest
shell. Reasonable prices. Call Q inoJuJa lands in many countries. cause and you are hereby requiredto In property located In Flag
ler County Florida described In
serve upon Plaintiffs Attorney i
George Jarosz, 437.3410 8-1-tf Mammoth irrigation projects whose name and address ap- I that certain Warranty Deed recorded
I (By Hemy Sharpe) have reclaimed millions of acres. pear hereon. your written defense In Deed Book 52. Page 13.
of the Public Records of Flagler
F, if any. to the Bill of Complaint in
New conservation techniquesare said suit on or before the 3rd day County Florida and said property
JOHNSTON'S I Some folks claim they don't helping to revive land elsewhere of September 1968, else decree pro being more fully described the
will i Comnlatnt filed herein.
confesso be entered against
FLAGLER BEACH REALTY have good luck in rooting the National Geographic WITNESS my hand and seal of
CO. ,
you.WITNESS office at Bunnell. Florida, this 23rdday
plants. Now is the time to prove my hand and seal of
LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, Society says. said Court this 2nd day of August, of August, A. D. 1966.
WATER FRONT FARMS that they are wrong. Check In Libya, for example, petroleum 19(6. I JULIA R HARVEY
(SEAL) JULIA R. HARVEY. as Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
ACREAGE around your yard and you'lldiscover has helped !transform sand Clerk of said Court ad Interim.W. Flagler County, Florida

Bee ua for your real estate need that you have propagated dunes into lush oases. Water .. O.L. Box WADSWORTHP. 896 I I (CIDTUIT ad Interim.COURT SEAL)
a number of plants without Bunnell Florida OSSINSKY AND KROL '
Office Phone HE 9.2242 bearing dunes were planted Attorney for Plaintiff Attorneys for Plaintiff

Residence Phones ID 7.3691 half trying. eucalyptus and acacia seedlings, Aug. t-t1-lI-U-Hc 411 Main Street
Daytona Beach Florida
the azaleas. If
Check around
or ID 7.3517: then sprayed with oil to hold the NOTICE OP ELECTIONBe Aug 25 A Sept. 1.8-U-Uc

I in a weak moment you "hid" a I soil. Trees planted only four It known that I, Tom Adams UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT;
Secretary of State of the State of MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
years ago now stand 25 feet Florida, do hereby give notice thata JACKSONVILLE! DIVISION!
tall. In time, the desert forest GENERAL ELECTION will beheld UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
In Flakier County State of Plaintiff
Flagler Insurance will yield a valuable hardwoodcrop. Florida on Tuesday next succeeding vs Court No. 66-102-Clvll J
the first Monday in November THOMAS E. MAY and MARTHA
A. D., 1966 the said Tuesday W. MAY his wife; JOHNNIE
Similar treatment of dunes being the EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER ARTHUR NELSON and MARY
to fill the following offices ELLEN NELSON, his wife;
Inc. has been successful in Texas, : Defendants.
Australia and India. Representative In r rstrfgt NOTICE OF SALE
Argentina, the Fourth Congressional Notice Is hereby given that pursuant
]Kara Kum Reclaimed Three (3) Justices of the Supreme to a Final Decree of Fore
Court. closure entered on August 19. 1966
All Forms of Insurance
Black sands of the Kara Kum Three (3) Judges of the District by the above entitled Court In the
Desert almost 90 Court of Appeal for the First Appellate above the undersigned
cover percentof
Phone 437-3171 District. United States Marshal of
105 North Bay Street -:- or any
the 188,400 square miles of Five (5) Circuit Judges of the I his duly authorized deputies will
Seventh Judicial Circuit. sell the property situate In Flag
Bunnell, Florida 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTY Turkmen Republic in the Soviet Governor. ler County Florida, described as;
Union. Secretary of State. The Westerly 100 feet of Lots
BONDS Attorney General 15 and 16 of Block 24 of Moody
An old Turkmen proverb says Comptroller.State Subdivision according to plat recorded -
Treasurer. in Plat Book 1 at Page 24
"When a bird flies over the Kara Superintendent of Public Instruc of the public records<< of Flagler

".". ....................1..........................................".................... Kum desert( it sheds its plums, tion.Commissioner of Agriculture.Two County.described Florida as and follows more: particularly Beginning *

and when a man walks acrossit (2) Commissioners, Florida at the Southwesterly cornerof
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT his Public Service Commission I I I .Lot 15 and running thence North
he loses legs. State Senator Fourteenth Sena- 67 27' 46" East along the South.
Now this forbidding desert has torial District. erly line of the said Lot 15. a distance -
State Senator Fifteenth Sena- of 100.0 feet: thence North
AMBULANCE been subdued by one of the big. torial District. 22* West a distance of
31et1\; :
State Senator Sixteenth Senatorial North
100.0 the line of Lot
pHONEVA1ey41625| gest Irrigation projects In the I District. 18; thence South 67* 27' 46* West
SERVICE world-the Kara Kum Canal. State Senator Forty-first Sena- a distance of 100.0 feet to the
torial District. Northwesterly corner of Lot 18:
ST. The 498-mile long waterwayhas One ((1) Member of the House thence South 22* 12 14" East a
of Representatives. distance of 100.0 feet to the pointof
Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We converted arid sands into I Two (2) Members of the Board beginning of this description.
cotton plantations and orchards. I of County Commissioners.Three Bearings are referred to the True
axe always at your service with promptness safety and (3) Members of the Boardof Meridian and parcel containing 0.23
I Water from deep wells and a Public Instruction. acres.
experience. All American Sheriff. at public outcry to the highest and
branch of the Clerk. Circuit Court. best bidder for cash between the
Canal made parts of the Coach- Judge' Small Claims Court. hours of 11:00 o'clock a. m. and
Equipped With Oxygen Retusitator and Inhalator I I Justice of the Peace, District 2:00 oclock p. m. on September 29,
ella Valley in southern California -, One. 1966 at the Front Door of the Flag-'
In Testimony Whereof. I have ler County Courthouse, at Bunnell.
Garcia Funeral HomeP. 1 into a rich garden. Today hereunto set my hand and affixed Florida. Dated: August
the valley produces 90 percent the Great Seal of the State of JOHN E. MAGUIRE. 2sIt'6S.
Florida at Tallahassee the Capital United States Marshal
E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director I of the dates grown in the United this the Fifteenth day of Au. Middle District of Florida
gust 19<(. Bernard Nachman
LADY ASSISTANT JAvuvwvwu States. SECRETARY Assistant United

> .A..vvflA"..vvMA J"....rJ"...........V".......".."....,......... Date palms may play a crucial Aug. 18-25 & Sept. 1-8 OF-STATE 4tc Aug.Attorney 25 &for SePt.PlaintiffA"orne'p 1-8-15. 1966I

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"Permanent Press" specialist, Florida Agricultural i Check the label for shrinkage ing cycles help to cut down on and preferably use hangers.
Extension Service. This means which should not be more than wrinkles-5 minutes is sufficient If a few wrinkles appear after
Becoming PopularIn the garments are wrinkle-free 3 percent. Look at the color for Bleaches should not be used washing, touch-up Ironing will
and shape retaining as long as streaks and for wrinkles and unless recommended on the erase them like magic. For best
Some Clothing"Permanent they are cared for properly. puckers, especially in the seams, label but water conditioners, results use a low setting-for
Some garments are baked at for these are finished into the fabric softeners or starch can be I synthetics the cotton setting.
Press" has becomea 300.340 degrees F. after construction garment and cannot be removed. used. Also remember to wash garments
frequently used term. It first and some others are pressed Check for strange odors for these The automatic dryer is the re frequently-It's easy to
appeared on men's slacks but Is under great.pressure at about may mean improper finishing.And commended way to dry permanent forget because they always look
now found on shirts, womens 500 degrees F. try on the garment, because press. However, lines may fresh.
blouses, children's clothing, pa. What would the homemaker alterations will show. be used for drying but creasesin Blended fabrics and 100 percent -
Jamas, Jackets and even on know when buying permanentpress You should follow the instruc slacks may not be as sharp.I dacron polyester fabrics
household items such as sheets, garments? tions for washing and care on you use automatic dryer, set seem to be holding the permanent
pillowcases and tablecloths. There are several things to the label but in general there on medium or about 140.160 degrees press finish better than 100
What Is "permanent press"? watch for when buying these are several things that you and don't overcrowd the percent cotton fabrics, accordingto
It Is the name given to a spec garments. Be sure there are should keep in mind. Water used dryer. Remove clothes immediately present research. As the research -
ial chemical finish applied to washing and care instructionswith in washing should be cool or -the heat of the dryer may on permanent press pro-
fabrics, says Miss Elizabeth the garment for you to fol. warm for the least wrinkling.Also set the wrinkles. If they are gresses greater improvementswill
Dickenson, clothing and textiles low. small loads and short wash. dried outside, hang carefully be made.



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1966 WOMEN'S 1 ally is a defensive measure by heroes. Who can this be? He Studies regarding new methods
SoL one who doeS not want to live does not carry the ball. He wearsno of treatment of glaucomaa
NATIONAL by th moral code of Christian uniform, yet he is one of the ( major cause of blindness)
team's most Important members.We are under In the
ity.Because way Universityof
TOURNAMENT (Continued from Pace 6)
of our social naturewe works before practice, after Florida's Colloge of Medicine.
I (By Leslie Jache) Miss Becky Carr of Suffolk, often try to stand outside of the players leave. He gets fussed -
The tournament will open Virginia, is the house guest of the line of fire of crltcism. How | at. He doesn't do anything

Friday, August 26 at Orlando, I Mr. and Mrs. John R. Pugh for ever, this is Just what those'[I right. Sometimes he gets so discouraged 3 GAL. FOR $5.00
Florida, where the Women's Fast two weeks. I outside of the Christian church that he could just QUALITY
I Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Van Cott I 1
Champions will want the church members to do, quit.
Pitch Regional (Come In and see It made
Ramsey, N. Y., are house and this leads to an indifferenceto But he )
play. The tournament will beheld I lof keeps plugging away I* V. Yeoman, Ormond Beach
I at Varner Stadium. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Duane the Christian witness. Christ because somewhere along the Corner Hand Are. dt V. S. 1
The Orange Llonettes, defending Deen. They are also visiting with did not Intend his followers to line some player gives him the 677.8020 9 a. m. till 5:30:
champions will be back their grandmother, Mrs. C. A. be obnoxious protectors to all feeling that he Is a part of the
again to try to repeat their title Rldd ll. of the secular life, but He does team. By how you must know
taking trick of 1965. intend that Christians find their I who this is. Of course, its the I
Local fans will have a chance I Mr. and Mrs. Ferris Solomon witness as they live in normal I Manager. CALL
to see some excellent players: and children, Ginny and Davy, patterns of life. I What are some of his many I 437.3669
Shirley Topley, Nancy Ito and are visiting relatives in Douglas, We are not to pra/rtlce piety duties? Putting uniforms away,
Lou Albrecht. Georgia. They were called there before men that we gain prestige getting them ready for the game,
Raybestos Braketts, who have by the serious Illness of Mrs. in our communities, but we seeing that they are in good con
been the Women's World Champions Solomon's mother. I should never let the harsh criticism dition. Let's the Coach know artiHarding

will be In the tournament, (i of non-Chrisitans keep us when he needs new laces, helmets
with Bertha Tlckeys who has Mrs. Nell Allen has returnedto from witnessing. "Beware of need repairing. Keeps the
been one of the leading pitchersfor her home here after a visit In practicing your piety before men team well Informed on plays,
the past ten years. Albany, Georgia with her daughter In order to be seen by them." and just has to be an all around
The Orlando Rebels who have Mrs. Louise Durshlmer, who Matthew 6:1.THE. handy guy.
been looking forward to this accompanied her on the return Coach Reynolds at this timeis
tournament, have also been look trip. UNSUNG looking for an unsung hero. FOR

ing forward to being the world's FOOTBALL HEROBy
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Deen and Leslie LIGHT DOZIER
champs. ( Pache)
Unselfish s< Edith Allen
Mrs. are enjoyinga
the Houston
The Rebels Women's won Softball vacation In North Carolina.Mr. Every football season, one of best contribution that a man can WORK
the things we never see or hear make to his day and genera
Tournament In July The Rebels about is the football unsung tion.
won In four games, with Jean and Mrs. Robert Moody
Davis pitching shutout ball and daughter, Karen, were visiting I SHELL

against the Pekin Ill. "Lettes", at Silver Springs and 6
I 4-0; Dallas "Scottles" 8-0; Fort Gun Territory Sunday. I am announcing that I am a candidate for the

f Worth "Rebels" 4-0, and the always Clerk of the Circuit Court, Flagler County for the CEMENT ROCK
Atlanta, Ga. Tony Parker returned home
"Lovelei dangerous Ladles" 10. Miss after an eight week National September 13, 1966 Special Primary.

Daves was picked as the most Science Foundation Summer I shall appreciate your considerationand FILL DIRT
valuable player. Maybe we Training program In CBA Chemistry support.
could have a Florida team for at Asbury College in Ken
Champs. Good luck Rebels. tucky. Tony was honored by receiving I TOP SOIL
The Women's Slow Pitch will the highest achievement C. B. EisenbachPd.
award In his class. He is the
be at Burlington, N. C. September
2-5, Industrial Slow Pitch at of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Parker. Pol. Adv. I COW MANURE
N. C. 2.5 Open
Charlotte Sept. ;
. .
Rev. and Mrs. Oliver Taylor OHU. H.
Slow Pitch at Parma, Ohio, I
Sept, 2-5; 16 inch Slow Pitch at had as their guests last week ----
Chicago Sept. 7.11; Men's Fast his brother in law and sister
Pitch at Indianapolis, Indiana, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Goodland and
Sept. 1624. children, Pam and Jeff of Astoria cNoGoti
Oregon. Also his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert North and \ M tia
RALLY DAY AT THE his brother and sister in law, Mr.
METHODIST CHURCH and Mrs. Lane Taylor and child-
Sunday, August 28 will be ren, Mike and Eddie, of Jackson- V
Rally Day for the First Methodist ville. f q 3
Church of Bunnell. All members .

a and friends are urged to be Mrs. Margaret Taylor and Mr.
in attendance this Sunday morn and Mrs. F. L. Malphurs have 50%MORE
1 ing as a special Rally Day and returned home from a trip out FOOD
Promotion Program will be held. west. They were accompanied .#'k i SPACE
A new Sunday School class home by John Taylor who has n IN LESSPenguins
I S will be started for high school I spent the summer at Blue Jacket I=LOOR
t. seniors through age 23. Ranch in Shell, Wyoming. They SPACE
The morning sermon for the visited the Grand Canyon and dry #
11 A.M. Worship Service will be other points of interest enroute.
f "Mine Eyes Have Seen the
I ,
1 Glory." Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Reception of new members into Atkinson and family this week
church membership will also Included their uncle, Alex Atkinson
be a part of the service. I of Brunswick, Ga., and
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.

Leslie Gooding and children e: A VY "o
Marriage may not be the answer Leslie and Frances of Clinton, ,
to all of life's problems, Md.

I but It seems to be pretty popular > ,
as the beginning of them. Mr. and Mrs. Shorty Smith and ENE FRS
children have returned to their
F _
home In Haw Creek from a two
O. F. ALTORD weeks visit In Ohio and pointsof

Registered interest in Tennessee. Mis.

I Real Estate BrokerBunnelL Elsie Matten, sister of Mr. Smith,
will visit here for two weeks.

Florida ?. .
Enjoying a family dinner
,, -- Sunday with the Smith family in my kitchen ? ax

HASTINGS MATTRESS were Mrs. Matten, Mrs. Ruth
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS Smith and Al, of Flagler Beach, Just a gentle; reminder that today's
Lemon St.
710.12 and family of High Springs, Mr. :
Florida w
Palatka. and Mrs. Lawrence Smith and
Phone EA 5.9166 Bonne of St. Augustine. have everything your family wants..and needs.
Fumltu-% Upholstering Like larger zero-cold freezer sections and refrigerator
Repaired & Refinished compartments that keep food tasty-
Mattresses & Box Springs Bunnell Methodist fresh longer. more ice cubes decorator
Made Order.Also Renovated colors. smart new designs and many other 1f'
Call Laura Morris 437-3233 ChurchOliver improvements. _
After 6:00 P. M. Compare all these features with those of your 6
PRICES REASONABLE ( r. Taylor. Pastor) present refrigerator.See .
Just as near as your WITNESS vs. PIETYA the new models now (home freezers, too)at '
Phone or Post Office charge often leveled at the your appliance dealers. Prices are lowest ever. ; ;,
Drop Us A Card or Call chuhch Is that the church Is full
Free Pick-up & Delivery of hypocrites.A hypocritic is a
J>.4>.._ person who acts the part of being
Bookkeeping and something that he or she is
Income Tax ServiceR. not. To some critics of the church
every person who is a member
T. ShockneyP.
ofthe church who is not perfectis .
O. Box 842
a hypocrite.This .
Ormond Phone Beach 677-4587 Florida type of attitude Is not a FLORIDA I POWER & LIGHT COMPANY

legitimate criticism, but gener HELPING BUILD flOHIDAr

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