<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



The Flagler tribune
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00348
 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: September 8, 1966
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00348
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

Full Text
"". --- ., -_._--
.
.. .
.

,
of VI"11\IIt. .....


P L l1AtN:: 1 '.tlfj"i' ..r1"t.\' 3Zr.lIl PKY LIBRARY


.of f EIA HISTOR'Lar4 .





laglrr mribune







-
VOLUME 54, NO. 36 BUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY, _SEPT. 8, 1966 2.50 A YEAR

-
-

CommissionSets BUNNELL P. T. A. Boosters JULY GAS TAXDISTRIBUTED
City I HOLDS FIRST Bulldog j Bunnell Bulldogs


Tentative Club Organized Show
FALL MEETINGThe Ren Morris, director of the i StrengthFor

State Beverage Department, reports i
Budget TuesdayThe Bunnell Parent-Teacher Tuesday NightFormer that net cigarette tax collections -, 1966 Season -

Association held the first fall I,
for the month of
July,
City of Bunnell Commissioners members of the Quarterback I The football fortunes of Bun

set the tentative budgetat meeting of the year on Tuesday Club met Tuesday eve I 11966 amounted to $5,348,223.32. I nell High School seem to be on

$161,967 and set the millageat night. The meeting was presidedover 'ning at the Bunnell Civic Center II Of this amount $2,192,063.53 will the uprise under the guidanceof
by the president, Dr. Allen to the State General Revenue
6.2 at the Tuesday evening for a planning meeting. They go Coach Howard Reynolds, new

.meeting.The Reynolds. Shelton Brooks led voted to resolve the Quarterback I Fund and the remaining $3,156- mentor of the Bulldogs. Coach

general fund allocationis the devotional.The Club and to organize a Bulldog 159.79 will be distributed to Reynolds reports that there are

$109,517; water works bond group voted to sponsorone Booster Club. The new club will I I qualified municipalities. Flag. twenty-nine boys on the squadat

retirement allocation $5,400 and scholarship set up for 1966.67 be to boost the athletic programof ler County municipalities will present and that the spiritsin

school year in the amount of the Bunnell School in receive the following amounts:
the water fund $47,050. High the Bulldog camp are high.In .
Last years general fund levy $200.00. This will be administer. addition to the football program Bunnell ............................$ 2,366.791!

was 6 mills and the old water ed by the Flagler County Scholarship and also the basketball and all Flagler Beach ..........".... 1,399.78 preseason drills Jack

retirement 1.2 mills. This years Foundation and set up as athletic programs of the school. Beverly Beach ................ 117.92 Knight, a senior center has been

general fund millage will be 5 PTA Scholarship. Supervising George M. Moody, who was I Marineland ......".......,,". 168.34 outstanding. Also showing much

mills and old water works bond I Principal Kenneth Herring gave captain of the QuarterbackClub Painters Hill .........."...... 15.561 enthusiasm are senior tackle

le vy will be 1.2 mills. The bud a resume of the school programof acting as chairman of the I Jack Sparkman and Dan Cody

get will be adopted officially at I the present and immmediate meeting, resigned as chairmanand j County State Parks who has been switched from his
future of the school. Teachers
the September 19 meeting.The Lew Wadsworth who was starting guard position to half

city agreed to lease a sig. were introducted by Mr. Her. co-captain, was advanced to Get New FacilitiesIn back.

nal light which will be Installedon ring. Captain of the new booster club. Newcomer Jim Akins shows
served and
Refreshments
U. S. 1 at the Carver School were Mr. Moody said due to the pressof Of ,
followed by an "Open House"of Sum $42 244 promise of being an outstanding
crossing. R. H. Patton, Florida business he would not be ,
guard and will
probably team
the class
Traffic Signals, said the installa rooms.'Business able to devote time required for The State Cabinet has author with Phillip Zimmerle at theo

tion will be made in about three I' the work of Captain.The ized the Florida Park Board t I guard positions. Sophomore

weeks. The traffic light will cost Men Will Booster Club will meet contract with Foxworth and Gary Buckles is showing rapid

the city $400 a year and will revert the third Tuesday evening at Parker of St. Augustine for new Improvement and
may get a
to the city at the end of Discuss Effect Of the City Hall at 7:30: year I construction projects totalling starting berth at tackle.

a five year period. The companywill around. Special dinner meetingwill $83,000 at three state parks.

maintain the light at a Road 1-95 Tonight be held from time to time State Parks Director Bill Miller Wade Thornton, Henry Bow-
era, and John Cook, a trio of
cost to the city. The crossing has but not each meeting night.C. said tha construction will get

been manned bY city police in H. Knight was named to under way in the near future sophomore ends, are waging a
I All business men are Invitedto battle for the end positions.
the past years. serve as co-captain. All interested and is expected to be completed
attend a meeting Thursday Sophomore halfbacks Bill Harris
The Commissioners voted to in the athletic program of the shortly after Jan. 1.
(tonight) at the Bunnell Civic and Mike Zimmerle are looking
raise the wages of eight city employees Bunnell High School are Invitedto Miller said a $40,854.76 pro.
Center at 7:30.: sharp in drills
early season as
by $10.00 per week, join the club. The dues will ject at Anastasia State Park at
The meeting is being called I is junior fullback Don Moore.
setting their salaries at $60.00 be $5.00 pe r year. A membershipdrive St. Augustine will construct a
per week. The motion for the by Tony Kahlert and Robert i will be carried on in the beach combination building con Walton Cowart, senior quarterback

raise drew only one objector.The Henderson in an effort to find near future. The next meetingof sisting of a consession area, rest should be one of the
what be done to keepthe I
out can
raise will effect six men on the Club will be held on rooms and dressing rooms. i outstanding players In this area

. the street department and two tourist travel on U. S. No. 1'1 September 20. Anastasia construction also(this season. A.true triple threat

employees of the city water The opening of Interstate will. cover beach cabanas, as I per former, he will be attracting
will have some effect on all bus- college scouts to the Bun-
works. well campers' conveniencebuilding many
Elect on'Results'ASC as a
inesses deriving revenue from ,nell
The Commission agreed. to which will _accommodate campus.
travel on highways is'agreed by
place 13 new street lights In several campsites and contain rest Biggest surprise on the Bulldog
is Committee
sections of the town. most people. The meeting I rooms, showers and laundry fa i squad has been the tremendous -
called to make some plans on cilities. Improvement of big
what can be done to retain most Is Announced
Miller said a $15,959 construction I John Johnson, a 225 pound tacle.
of the tourist travel on the four. His defensive shows
play daily
Absentee Votes project for Flagler Beach
laned highway 1. All businessesare I Farmeres recently named to
improvement and according to
Stabil State Park will Include a beach
serve as the Agricultural
Made urged to be represented at front with consession Coach Reynolds, "John can be
May Be the ization land Conservation (ASC) building a
meeting.
the outstanding tackle in this
'County Committee are: W. W. area, rest rooms, dressing room

Sat. MorningMrs. Deen, Sr., A. B. Johnston, R. W. facilities and showers. Dulk.I area if he makes" up his mind

Examination Date Deen, Sr., Lloyd O. Bobertson, I heading and related work will he wants to be.

Mary Smith, Supervisorof 1st alternate and Richard W. also come under the project. Sophomores Berry Thorntonand

Elections, for Flagler County, Cody, Jr. 2nd alternate. W. W. I The $26,285 project at Wash John Cody are Improving
Loans
be in her Scholarship rapidly and should give the
said today she would Deen, Sr. and A. B. Johnstonwere ington Oaks Gardens State Park

office at the Courthouse Satur elected to this committeelast near Marineland will consist of Buldogs considerable depth in

day morning until noon for the Set For Oct. 16th year for 2 and 3-year terms, a beachfront shelter, rest rooms the line.

convenience of those wishing to According to State Superintendent respectively; R. W. Deen Jr. was and showers, and entrance station Coach Reynolds attributes the
cast absentee votes for the Sep over all improvement "to the
and
I this for a picnic area.
Floyd T. Christian, the lected year a 3-year
tember 13 election. leadership of some of our young
annual examination date for term on the committee. Alter I
also be men that are willing to make
Absentee votes may PETE RETIRED
I State Teaching and Nursing nates elected were L. O. Robertson TJACAS
cast in her office on Monday SEPTEMBER FIRST I personal sacrifices to have a
Scholarship loans has been set and R. W. Cody, Jr. I "
afternoon until 5 p. m. All absentee held Pete TJacas retired the first of winning team. Coach Roy Bay.
The 1966 election was
for October 16, 1966. These examinations -
ballots mailed In less deserves a large amount of
being 16-26. September. He has been employed
held by mail balloting August
are to be on
must also be in her hands by at the Bunnell Restaurantand credit for his outstanding work
the same day In all counties in All farmers and ranchers, including
five o'clock Monday afternoon, Coffee Shop since 1958. with our line. I am very fortun
tenants and sharecroppers -
order to insure as nearly as possible
be counted in the Tuesday ate to have an assistant of his
to equal competition for each were eligible to vote in the Pete is a native of Greece and "
election. caliber, said Coach Reynolds.
elections.The came to the United States in
The election Tuesday Is for applicant.The examinations ASCS County Office Man 1920. lie served in the U. S. Bunnell High will open their
location for the
:the purpose of nominating the 18 He has been season with Crescent City in a
in Flagler County will be ager, S. M. Thrift points out that Army years. a
Clerk of the Circuit Court for the resident of Bunnell about ten home game on Friday night,
the ASC County farmer commit.
I in the office of the county superintendent -
November general election. The examination re- tee is in charge of local administration years, coming here from Jack- I September 16.
Running in the Special Primary sonville.It Season tickets for the Bunnell
of such national farm
70 minutes net testing
quires
are George M. Moody who High School home football
administered programs as the Agricultural
time and will be
to until are on sale for the corning
was appointed serve is occaslonaly games
permissible
between 9:00: and 11:00 a. m. Conservation Program, the feed
January 1st, and C. B. Eisen- to forget engagements, but season.
grain upland cotton your
Scores from a previous scholar program
bach. The price of a season ticket is
is hon.
it to
forget
be diversion program. The ASCS worse your
I ship examination may not
$4.00 for all home games making
and what have learned.
used. county office at Hastings, FlorIda esty you
a savings of $1.25. Regular
High School seniors high is headquarters for the
I adult tickets at the gate will sell
Stage coach and river steamers Excavations of Indian mounds
county committee and serves as
school graduates, and college
brought the first early tour- at Florida's Silver Springs Indicate for $1.00.
students are eligible to apply if the: farmer's local contact for
Student tickets can be
ists to see the underwater wonders business administered by the that man existed here more purchased
they are In good health, citizensof
at the school for 50c.
of Florida's_ Silver.Springs.Remember the United States, have beert committee.. These programs en than 10,000 years ago.PROCLAMATION. The season tickets can be

residents of the State of Floridafor courage conservation and increase bought at the principals officeat

at least one year. Other information farm returns by means of Bunnell High School, from the
concerning the teach price supports and market sup- By the authority vested in me

to Vote ing and nursing scholarshipscan ly-management, as well as by as Mayor of the City of Bunnell, players.The coaches., or from the varsity

be obtained by calling or payments.The Florida, I hereby proclaim the

writing Averley Brown, Guidance week of September 12.17, 1966, 1966 home schedule:
TuesdaySeptember
Counselor, Bunnell HIgh Mermaids who swim In as "Football Week". September 16, Crescent City.

13 School. the underwater shows at Weekl (SEAL) CITY OF BUNNELLBy October 14, St. Augustine D&B.

All applicants must sign Wachee are now residents of C. B. Eisenbach October 28, Father Lopez

application forms to take the one of Florida's newest incorporated Mayor (Homecoming).

Special I examination. All forms must be cities .Week! Wachee, ATTEST:

Florida probably better Nancy C. Rodgers I November 11, Hastings.
I in to Mr. Brown by Wednesday, .
Primary Clerk. : November 18, Callahan.Lth
of City
September 14, 1966 known as "America's City



-- _.
." "' .
,, 11"
j r ,
1

....

\.' ,, /" .
,, I '
I
io", I' ,
TWO THE FLAGLER'TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Sept. 8, 1966
-=
------
--
for garss. Prairie dog burrows usuallygo I Every day may bring a crisisto
Gardening In FloridaBy Prairie Dog Towns Since prairie dog burrows area down five to 15 feet deep. At]1 I the dog town, but there's always .

( Herrty Sharpe) hazard to a galloping horse the bottom of the vertical en- time to sunbathe, to roll r
Fast DisappearingA and rider, cowboys have shot trance a horizontal passage!I in the dust, play and squabble,
Gardners who have no luck many of the squirrels. branches off. Short tunnels lead I I even to yap an alarm when
with their thumb can try motorist can drive a hundred
green
Prairie dogs are gregarious to nests, often comfortably lined | there really isn't any danger insight
out their palms. They can grow miles over the Great Plains today I I
animals and live in with grass. j
usually
palms.It without seeing a single pra I
irie dog. colonies. A dog town isn't one 1'!
be Interesting hobby. Good Housekeepers nation '
can an The westernmost of
Palms are propagated by Only a few dog towns remain, big, happy family though. The burrow's opening is generally i I Europe, Portugal f
continental
and most are protected as wild. i There are as many social groups surrounded by a crater i
of offshoots ,
seeds, by separation : found her distlny In the sea.
life refuges. Some are in trouble. as in a city of people. flooding during
main trunk I of dirt to prevent
from or by Five centuries ago, caravels
Each town Is divided into
Prairie dogs vanished alto- A fastidious
a thunderstorm.
division of root clumps.Get I bearing Portugal's Cross of
small coteries whose members
gether from the 30-acre prairie housekeeper, the prairie dog
the hobby underway by I help each other build burrows, I Christ coursed the oceans, exploring -
dog town in the Wichita Mountains tends his mound by tamping it
planting seeds In fiats or shal : Wildlife Refuge near Law. I I scratch one another's back, playfully with his nose. I and opening twothirdsof
low boxes filled with soil. Cover I chase and fight friends, | the then-unknown world, the
on, Oklahoma! it: has been restocked '
seeds with from eighth Many homes have escape tunnels Geographic Society
the one with 38 of the sociable and itentify kinsmen by touching I National
inch of soil, dependingon ascending within a few from Brazil to Portuguese
to one little ground squirrels. mouths. They rush at out. says. Now, -
the size of the seed. Perhaps five million prairie siders with teeth chattering and inches of the surface for use In I Timor, 100 million people

Keep the soil In the flats moist dogs scampered about the tails raised.A the event dikes are breached I, speak the tongue of Europe'soldest
and the burrow Is flooded. Thej
but not wet. Damping fungiare I intact nation.
Great Plains a century ago. A vital community system
likely to ravage the tiny animals !rest there beyond reach ,
single dog town in the central crosses coterie boundaries. The
if the soil is kept of the water; an escape hatch I;
seedlings sog plains area of Texas covered I familiar shrill bark, which gave the I Subscribe to The Flogler Tribune
I can be dug quickly to surface -
gy.During I 25,000 square miles and was Inhabited I: prairie dogs their common name, if S2.50 A Year IF Advance
the Indian Summer, necessary.
by about 400 million warns of approaching danger.
shade the seedbeds from the sun I !
I animals.A I I When a prairie dog hears an SCHEDULE
and washing rains with cloths I I BUNNELL HIGH FOOTBALL
comparatively modest sev alarm, he sits up, looks around,
.
or slats. If you put off the project en-acre dog town still thrives at runs to the mound of the burrow 1966

until the cool flats weather in be sure sun Lubbock, Texas. I I and Joins in the barking September 16 ......................Crescent City ..........-Home

to but place with protection from open chilling Slain As PestsEncroaching I'with his tail flicking furiously. September 23 ......................Sopchoppy .................Away
winds. civiliziation has i All prairie dogs react prompt. October 1 (Sat.)..................St. ,Joseph ........-......Away

Germination time of palm taken a severe toll of prairie ly to the hgh-pitched bark that October 7 .............................Baldwin ....................Away*
seed varies widely with the dogs. Fanners and ranchers warns of a hawk. They scurryat October 14 ............................D & B ..................._..Home*
species. Some, such as Phoenix have poisoned countless numbers once Into their burrows. Just October 22 (Sat. 2 p. m..Florida Air Academy Away

will push because the rodents eat inside is a short side passage October 28 ..........................Father Lopez ...........Home*
and Washingtonla,
the earth in three or crops and compete with cattle where the animal sometimes November 4 .......................Oviedo .......................Away
through
weeks. I I pauses to scold the predator. But November 11 ........................Hastings ..................-Home
four Other for ex lower half of he peninsula, gar. the prairie dog isn't a coward. November 18 .......................Callahan .................Home
palms-Butia deners need to feed their palms I I Short in size (11 to 14 inches
ample-require patience, as they three times per year-- spring, long), tall in courage, he will ALL GAMES START AT 8:00 P. M.. EXCEPT AS INDICATED
out of the groundfor
will not peek
summer and fall. snap at a coyote if cornered. CONFERENCE GAMES INDICATED *
several months following
planting. Some species of palms
have been known to !rest in the
ground for several years before I

germinating.Pot .
the plants almost as soon

as they come up or no later than
when an inch or two high.A .
suggested potting mixtureis .
equal parts of sod and manure OUSSED
with a small handful of
steamed meal added. j

when Repot the to seedlings larger begin containers to fill THE B08 NE HAIRT COMMERCIALS '

the initial container. Do this be.
fore the plant becomes root-

bound and stunted. FOR S UrfJERN 8ELL
When the seedlings are 8 to 10 ,

inches high, transplant them to

the nursery row, spacing the YOU CAN STIl ET THE MESSAGE.
young palms two or four feet in
the row and about four feet

apart.
Select a nursery site of fairly
heavy, moist soil that is well
drained. Sandy soil is not good,
as it is very difficult to obtaina
ball of soil around the roots
when digging the plant for final

placement.Some .
palms are erect in

growth habit, some lean or
arch gracefully, while others can
be trained to form corkscrew

patterns.
Palms are suited for plantingin

groups, as specimens, or for
lining driveways. Young palms a t 7I ,
require coddling until established

then they thrive with very ; I t
little attention.
Warm rainy weather is the
best time to transplant the

stately trees. However, they can
be moved at any season. Rea
sonable care and a bit of good
luck is needed to start a palm \
growing in the yard. 1
i
Set the palm at least as deepas 4

it stood In the nursery. Don't
fret If the newly planted palm i
sinks a bit lower-It perhapswill ls\ ;

grow quite well. Ii

During the final watering i !
of the soil make a saucer like

depression a couple of feet in ,
I
diameter around the base of the t
tree as a water catch basin.
Complete the planting by sup. .

plying a heavy mulch of decay. ...i :
ed manure, peat or leaves. i
Palms like organic fertilizer.
This includes cottonseed meal, 9 / f6

ground steamed bone meal,

tankage, guano and manure.
Five to 15 pounds of such fertilizer
scattered under the spreadof

the tree is not too much for DIAL LONG DISTANCE DIRECT AND SAVE UP TO 40% OVER PERSON-TO-PERSON CALLS.
larger mature trees.
Palms also like commercial

fertilizer. In northern Florida @ Southern BellPAGE
make two plant nutrient applications

per year-one now and
another in late winter. In the



I.


Thursday, Sept. 8, 1966 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE

--- ---- ----

I PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED ON NOVEMBER 8, 1966 .



NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION resolution be submitted to the elec- purposes. SECTIONAppointment and moved: from: Judge Is re
WHEREAS, the Legislature of tors of Florida for ratification or d. Such other provisions as mightbe election of justices and certain spores his judicial
1965 under the Constitution of 1885 rejection at the general election to required by law. judges.- service shall not provide Immunityfrom
of the State of :Florida, did pass to be held in November 19(6: (5) The provisions of such char- person be eligible disciplinary proceedings for
forlthe
Joint Resolutions proposing amend- SECTION 1. Electors-very person ter and ordinances enacted pur- office of justice of the supreme professional misconduct performed
I' ments to the Constitution of the of the age of twenty-one (21) suant thereto shall not conflict court or judge of a district during his term of office or prior
State of Florida and they were years and upward that shall, at with any provision of thla consti- court of appeal unless he is a citi- thereto.
agreed to by a vote of three-fifths the time of regtstraton. be a citi- tution nor with general, special or zen of this state, and unless he is,
of the members elected to each zen of the United States, and that local laws now or hereafter applying and for a. period of ten (10) years NO. 9
house. The votes of said Joint Resolutions shall have resided and had his hab- 6toT Hlllsborough\ county. has been, a member of the Floridabar SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION
were entered upon their itation, domicile, home and place ( government established ; and no person shall be eligiblefor NO. 6
respective Journals, with the yeas of permanent abode In Florida for hereunder ab recognized aa a the office of judge of a circuit A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing.
and nays thereon, and they did one (1) year and in the county for county, that Is one of the legal court unless he is a citizen of this an amendment to Section !9C of
determine and direct that the said six (6) months, shall In such county with[ the subdivisions of the state tate and unless he Is, and for a Article V of the Florida Constitution -
Joint Resolutions be submitted to be deemed a qualified elector at powers, rights, privileges, period of five (5) years has beena to provide for separate
j the electors of the State of Florida all elections under this constitution. duties and obligations of a county, member of the Florida bar. The offices of the State Attorney of
at the General Election on No- Provided however, the legislature and may also exercise all the pow- judges of other courts shall be citizens the Thirteenth (13th) Judicial
vember 8 1966. may provide for voting In ers of a municipality. Said government of this state and residents of Circuit and Prosecuting Attorneyor
national elections for fyenitt shall have the right to sue the county served. Any senatoror County Solicitor of the Crimi-
NOW THEREFORE I TOM vice-president of the and be sued. member of the house of representatives nal Court of Record of Hills-
ADAMS, Secretary of State of the by persona who have become residents (7) Any government established otherwise qualified snail borough' County; providing forappointment
State of Florida, do hereby give of the State of Florida but hereunder shall be entitled to receive be eligible for appointment or election of assistants and
notice that aGENERAL who have not yet fulfilled the residency from the State of Florida or to any judicial office, noth- prescribing duties and powers'providing
ELECTIONwill requirements of electors.NO. from the United States or from any wlthstandlng that It may have for apportionment of

be held In each County In other agency, public been created or its emoluments Increased appropriated funds by County
Florida on the first Tuesday after 4 funds and revenues tgrw'h hat a during the time for whichhe Commissioners; providing that
the first Monday In November SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. county Is, or may hereafter be entitled was elected. Informations now pending shall
which date Is November 8, 1966 433 and also all funds and revenues SECTIONDllctpllnE', retire- not be Invalidated; providing an
for the ratification or rejection ofthe < A OIenIJ rl1 proposingan to which an incorporated ment and removal of justices and effective date.
Wild Joint Resolutions propos of Article XVI municipality Is or may hereafterbe certain judgee.(1) .- BE IT RESOLVED by isla-
ing amendments to the Constitution section 12, of the constitution otthe entitled, and to receive the same Except It provides for ture of the State ftloIrl :
of the State of Florida, viz: state of Florida; providing without diminution or loss by rea- mandatory retirement as this section Section 1. That the amendmentto
for the seal; providing for the son of any such government as Section 9C of Article V of the
shall apply to justice of the
for submission be established. Nothing here-
NO. 1 state flag providing may every of the Florida Constitution as set forth
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION to the electors. in contained shall preclude suchgovernment district supreme courts court of appeaf and cir- below Is agreed to and shall be
the description of the aa may be established
NO. 116 Whereas, submitted to the electors of :Florida -
cuit courts. It shall be the sole
A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing state flag re:: : rturonlrO: hereunder from receiving all funds method of disciplining automatically for ratification or rejection at
Article XVII placed in the and revenues from whatever source the general election to be held In
an amendment to or Involuntarily retiring or removing -
and now received or hereinafter received -
section 2 of the constitution of Whereas, since that time the provided by law, such justices or judges, November, 1966:
Florida; providing that revision sizes and proportions used in the (8) The board of county commissioners Provided that all such justices or ARTICLE V
of the constitution as adopted by flags of the United States and the of Hlllsborough county be liable to Impeach- Section 9C. Hlllsborough County
convention shall be submitted to several sovereign states have been shall be abolished when the functions ment for any misdemeanor in office. offices of the State Attorney andCounty
the electors at the next general modified, andWhereas duties, powers and responsibilities All justices and judges shall autoI I Solicitor.\ -On and after the
election. of said board shall be I l (70) first Tuesday after the first Mon-
BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature It is desirable that the transferred In the manner to be except horleetle' enJJ'dl ,day In January, 1969, there shall
of the State of Florida: flag of the great and sovereignstate provided by the charter to the office on July 1, 1957; provided be a Prosecuting Attorney of the
That article XVII, section 2 of of Florida maintain its place government established pursuantto however, that such mandatory retirement I Criminal Court of Record of Hllla-
the Florida constitution be amended with the flags of the other states, thla section. No other office pro- shall not prohibit a justice borough County to be known aa
as set forth below and that said this nation and the world with- vided for by this constitution shall or judge from serving the entire L'ounty Solicitor who shall be a
resolution be submitted to the electors out being disproportionate In size be abolllshed by or pursuant to this term to which he was ap separate official elected for a term
of Florida for ratification cr Now, Therefore section. pointed I or elected if he attains his of four (4) years by the qualified
rejection at the general election to BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature (9) This section shall not restrictor 70th birthday after serving at least electors of the County aa other
be held In November 1966. of the State of Florida limit the legislature I In the enactment one-half of such term. I state and county official are elected -
Section 2-If at any time the legislature That article XVI section 12, of of general, special or local ((2) There shall be a Judicial and whose compensation shall
by a vote of two thirds of the constitution of the state of laws as otherwise provided in qualifications commission composed be fixed Said County Solicitor
All members of both houses shall Florida be amended as follows, Is this constitution. of: h r."e'ior the functions

determine that a revision of this ,,hereby agreed to and shall be submitted Should be re (a) Two (2)) Judges of the district I and duties of a County Solicitor In
constitution Is necessary, such determination to the electors of the statefor +ected by ehelecto autlof Hillsborough courts of appeal appointed by the Criminal Court of Record of

shall be entered upontheir ratification or rejection at the county then this resolution the d those courts two (2) Hlllsborough County, Florida, aa
respective journals, cAt\ ; general election of November, 1966: 1 shall be null and void. circuit sul judges appointed I by !prescribed by law in all noncapital -
yeas and shall t publishedtweek- Section 12. Seal of State of Florida the judges of those courts. felony cases and other lesser
said action be ; state flag.'illTm present seal NO. 6 (b) Two (2)>> the offenses in said Court's jurisdic
ly in one newspaper In every county of the state the seal HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. Florid bar who hearrlbveO practiced tion.
In which a newspaper Is pub of the'state of Florida. The state 175 law in this state for at least After said time there shall also
lished, for three (3) months preceding flag shall conform with standard eight (8) years, appointed by the be a State Attorney of the Thirteenth -
the next general election commercial sixes and be of the following A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing board of governors of the Florida (13th) Judicial Circuit In
of representatives, and In those proportions and description: the addition of subsection (4) to bar and and for Hlllsborough County who
counties where no newspaper is The seal of the state, of diameter section 7 of Article V of the state ; :shall be a separate official electedby
published, notice shall be given one-half the hoist In the center ofa constitution, to authorize the leg- (c) Three (3) citizens, each of 1 the qualified electors of that
by posting at the several polling white ground. Red bars In width islature to require county judgesto whom shall have been a resident 4 circuit In the same manner aa other -
precincts in such counties for six one-fifth the hoist extending from be members of the Florida bar of this state for at least (5) years, 4 slate and county officials to
(6) weeks next preceding said each corner toward the center, to In counties by special acts subject neither of whom shall be a tl justice serve a term of four (4) years who
election. The electors at said elec- the outer rim of the seal. to referendum.BE or judge of any court, a :ihall fulfill the duties prescribed
tion may vote for or against the IT RESOLVED by the Legislature retired, nor a member of the Flor1 1 DY t law, including but not limitedto
revision in question. If a majorityof NO. 5 of the State of Florida: ida bar, appointed by the governor. I prosecution of all capital felony -
That the amendment to section 7 When member appointed under
the electors so voting be In COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR a 4[ cases.
favor of revision, the legislature HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION of Article V of the state constitu- paragraph (a) ceases to be a judgeof The legislature may provide for
chosen at such election shall pro- NO. 1987A tion by adding subsection (4) set the court from which he was Assistant State Attorneys and Special -
vide by law for a convention to forth below Is agreed to and shall appointed or a member appointed 4 Investigators for the State At-
revise the constitution and Ihallprovldt' JOINT RESOLUTION proposingan be submitted to the electors of the under paragraph (b) ceases to bea torney and for Assistant County
amendment to article VIII of
for the conduct and rules state for ratification or rejectionat member of the Florida bar, or a Solicitors and Special Investigatorsfor I
the constitution providing for the
the next general election to be member appointed under paragraphc
of such convention. The conven- the County Solicitor of Hills-
tion shall be held within six (6) county consolidation governments of urrc: Il Hillsbor- held In November, 1966: ( ) becomes a justice or judge of borough County, Florida, and all
Section 7. County judges' courts. court member of the Florida -
law any or a
months after passage of the Assistant State Attorneys and Assistant -
ough by adding section 24
county
providing for the convention. Delegates (4) Prescribed qualifications authorized. bar, his membership on the County Solicitors and Investigators -
thereto:
The legislature may require commission shall terminate and a
to the convention shall shall be appointed by
BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature -
by subject to successor shall be appointed for
equal In number and be appor- ltelrJi.ll ap the State Attorney and the County
of the State of Florida:
tioned among the various counties proval by within I I the the remainder of his term. No mem- Solicitor respectively and sworn in
That the following amendment to
county, that the county u of ber of the commission appointed
as the membership of the house of article VIII of the constitution of 1et by the court, and such Assistant
any county be a member under a or (c) shall
representatives la apportioned. The State Attorneys and County Solicitors !-
the state of Florida Is hereby af succeed
bar: provided such law be eligible himself. Ex
of a revised shall work under
convention upon adoption : fldot the direc-
agreed to and shall be submitted to affect
I shall the term of ofllceor provided herein, no member
constitution certify a toll.fl tion of said State Attorney and
the electors of the state of Florida
the re-election of any county the commission shall hold
of It to the governor. Five County Solicitor and shall have full
copy for ratification or rejection at the
holding office on the date of a public office member shall .
(5) printed copies of the revised next general election. judge aalrt authority to do and perform any
who is not a mem- hold office In c party. The
constitution shall be transmittedby of the official duties and acts that
Article VIII Is hereby amendedby
ber of the Florida bar. compensation and terms of office
the
the secretary of state to adding section 24 to read as the State Attorney and County So-
of members of the commission
of the circuit court of each licitor may do and perform.
county, and five (5) to the county follows: NO. 7 shall be fixed by law, provided that Pending Information filed In the
Section 24. (1) The electors of
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. not more than one third (1/3) of
judge of each county. These copies Criminal Court of Record of Hills-
Hlllsboiough county are hereby
662 the terma of the members shall
shall be distributed throughout the borough County shall not be Invalidated -
granted the to charter
various counties and shall be for government power which shallexercise A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing terminate In any two (2) year peri- by thla amendment or
available for examination by any a and all for an amendment to Section 7 of od. No recommendation of the affected In any way hereby; and
person desiring to examine same and powers Article V of the State Constitution commission to the supreme court the County Solicitor may file
for a period of at least three (3) county municipapurposes providing that the legislature shall be valid unless concurred in amended Informations In any such
which this constitution or the legislature -
months Immediately preceding the provide the number of county by two thirds (2/3) of Its members. cases If and when necessary.
by general, special or local -
election each and the The commission shall elect one (1)
next general election. At this law, has conferred Hills- judgea In county The County Commissioners shall,
the revised constitution shall borough county upon monetary jurisdiction in cases at of Its members to serve as chair- upon this amendment becoming effective -

be submitted to the electors of the therein. Such or any municipality shallexercise law In county judge's court; deleting man. apportion the funds appropriated
state, for approval or rejection. If these government by the the requirement that coun- (!(3) Any justice or judge to whom for the operation of the
a majority of the electors voting of ordinances powers which relateto enactment ty judges Issue all licenses.BE thla section applies may be disciplined State Attorney's Office between the
upon the revision of the constitution of Hlllsborough IT RESOLVED by the Legislature by private reprimand or removed State Attorney's Office and the
shall approve same, the revised government of the State of Florida: from office for willful or County Sollcltor'a Office on the basis -
constitution shall take effect county and the provide suitable penalties That the amendment set forth persistent failure to perform his of the case load, personnel assigned -
for violation thereof.
Immediately upon such ap- Such shall have below to Section 7 of Article V of duties or habitual Intemperance or Ifi the State Attorney's Of-
proval by the electors. government no the State Constitution I la agreed to conduct unbecoming a member of fice to handle the duties of the
power to create or abolish any and shall be submitted to the electors the judiciary or he may be Invol- newly created County Solicitor, and
NO 2 municipality herein., except as otherwilleprovldt'd of the state for ratification or utarlly retired for disability seri the cost of operations of .said two

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. (2) The method and by rejection at the next general elec- ously Interfering with the per- (2) offices. Thereafter, the Boardof
221 which the electors of manner tion to be> held In November, 1966: formance of his duties which is, County Commissioners of Hllla-
Hlllsborough SECTION 7. Judges' or Is likely to become permanent In
A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing county shall exercise this power County funds oaullnt"h l appropriatesuch
nature. After such Investigation
amendments to Article VIII of shall be set forth In a charter for Courta. may be reasonably
the State Constitution; adding the government of Hlllsborough (1) ESTABLISHMENT. Thereshall aa it deems necessary the judicial required for the operationof
be county judge's court in qualifications I commission may conduct the State Office and
Section 6A to said Article to provide county which charter shall be presented a Attorney's
each a hearing concerning the removal County
county. Sollcltor'a Ofllce.
for the terms and employment to said electors by
any COUNTY JUDGES. There discipline or retirement ofa It la the
of appointive county superintendents charter commission established (2) express Intent of the
by shall be In each justice or judge or request the Legislature and
of public Instruc- the legislature. The legislature county a county the electors of the
for the Judge or county judges in such u court to appoint three (3) State of Florida to create offices
provide = :
rarre
I BEoIT RESOLVED by the Legislature may of charter continuing commission existence number aa the legislature shall r II, who shall be active of the State:! Attorney and County
of the State of Florida: or establish any charter provide who shall be elected by or retired justices or judgesof Solicitor In Hlllsborough County,
That the amendment of Section 6 may commissions a commission the qualified electors of the countyat courts of record to hear and Florida, which I shall bo separate' ,
or subsequent
of Article VIII of the State Con- initial commission without at the time and places of voting take evidence in any such matter, distinct, and unconnected with I each
stitution by the addition to said regard to election elections for county officers and shall and to report thereon to the com- other so that the same shall be
Article of Section 6A net forth be- held any charter or charters hold office for four (4) years. Compensation mission. All hearings shall be heldIn and exist as they did in said County
low is agreed to and shall be submitted theretofore upon any presented. or A charter shall be as provided by the county In which the justice before the first Tuesday after
f to the electors of Florida shall become effective Jaw or judge Involved resides. Testimony the first Monday in January of 1961.
for ratification or rejection at the ratification only of upon the (3) JURISDICTION. The county shall be under oath, admin- Section 2. This resolution shall
by
a majority
general election to be held In November electors of Hlllsborough judges' courts shall have original istered by a member of the com- become effective only upon Its approval -
1966: voting In a general special county elec- jurisdiction In all cases at law In mission or a special referee., and by a majority of the electors
SECTION 6A. In those counties tion as provided by or law. which the demand or value of property jury. If after hearing or after con- voting I In a referendum election
Involved shall be providedby sidering the record and of to be held
authorized to appoint a superintendent (3) The number, qualifications, as report In Hlllsborough
: of public instruction under terms of office and method of fill the legislature; of proceedings the referees, the commission finds County at the second primary election -
Article XII of the state constitution ing vacancies in the membership relating to the forcible or unlaw- good cause therefor, It shall recom- to be held in 1966.
the superintendent shall serve f>t any charter commission established ful detention of lands and tene- mend to the supreme court the removed -
at the pleasure of the board provided pursuant to this section and ments; and of such criminal cases discipline or retirement of NO. 10
that the board may enter the powers functions and duties an the legislature may prescribe.The the justice or judge. The supreme HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION
1 Into a contract of employment with of any such commission shall be county judges' courts shall court shall review the record of the NO. 748
such appointed county superintendent provided by law. have jurisdiction of the settlementof proceedings on the law and facts A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing
which contract shall not extend (4) A charter: prepared by any the estate of decedents and minors and shall order removal, disciplineor an amendment to Article V of
beyond the thirtieth day of pursuant to to order the sale of real estate or e as it finds ttuesmlnlon'l and the State Constitution, by addinga .
June In the year In which the this Ilfo't: : :tll provide that: of decadents and minors, to proper, recommendations. com section to be numbered by the
terms of a majority of the members a. The governments of the city take probate of wills, to grant let- retirement secretary of state authorizing
board of public instruction of Tampa and the county of Hllls ters testamentary and of administration an order for Involuntary the board of county commissioners -
( I tile expire. The county superintendent borough shall be consolidated, and and guardianship, and to for disability, the justice orjudge of Orange County to revise
i shall not be commissioned the structure of the new local gov- discharge the duties usually per- shall thereby be retired atretirement the boundaries of any justice of
by the governor but shall ernment shall include: taining to courts of probate. The I pay to be fixed by law the peace district In Orange
be required to file with the county 1. An executive branch, the chief county judge shall have the power which as to a justice of the supreme County without referendum up-
I board of public Instruction a good officer of which shall be responsible of committing magistrates. court, judge of a district on resolution, public hearing, andpublished
: and sufficient bond and In such for the administration of gov- court of appeal or circuit Judge notice of the same;
sum and upon such conditions as ernment. NO. 8 shall not be less than two thirds providing that no existing
\ the legislature by law shall prescribe 2. An elected legislative branch, COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR (2/3) of his then compensation If tice of the peace district shall i
for elective superintendents the membership, powers SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. he has served for ten (10) years be dissolved except as othewlse
as provided 7. Article : dcttli: of which shall be 485 or more as justice or judge of such provided fl8Lvl.I ,
l' VIII of the rate constitution.NO. as provided by the charter. A JOINT RESOLUTION proposingan court or courts. Upon an order for HE IT by the Legislature -
3. A Judicial branch, which shall amendment to Article V of removal, the justice or judge shall of the State of Florida:
3 only have jurisdiction in the enforcement the Florida Constitution by add- thereby be removed from office, and That the amendment set forth below -
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. ordinances enacted by ing section to be numbered by his salary shall cease from the to Article V of the State Con-
344 the legislative branch created by the secretary of state, to providea date of such order, The supreme stitution by adding a new section
A JOINT RESOLUTION proposingan this section. procedure for the selection, court shall make rules providing to be numbered by the secretaryof
amendment to Article VI. Sec- b. Should the electors of the municipalities discipline, retirement and removal for the procedure before the com- state la agreed to and shall be
tion 1 of the State Constitution of Plant City or Temple of any Justice of the supremecourt mission and the referees and the submitted to the electors of Florida -
to provide for voting by residents Terrace wish to consolidate their Judge of a district court extent to which communicationsshall for ratification or rejection at
not meeting the qualifications governments with the government of appeal, and Judge of a circuit be privileged or confidential the next general election to be heldIn
of electors In national elec- herelnabove created, they may do court; providing an effective provided that upon the entry of an November, 1966:
president vice- so by majority vote of the electors date. order of discipline, removal or retirement SECTIONOrange County;
enltler of the United dSt ., of said municipality voting In an BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature the record shall no longer boundaries. of Justice of peace districts.
and to remove the requirementthat election upon said Issue. of the State of Florida: remain nfldtlJ'lliqu A justice .-The board of county commissioners -
naturalized citizens must c. The creditors of any govern- That an amendment to Article V or Judge 1 of Orange County may
present their naturalization certificate mental unit consolidated or abol- of Constitution I rod any proceedings involving his own at any time upon resolution alter,
or a copy thereof when ished under this section shall be II'F sections set forth b to discipline, retirement or removal. change or revise the boundary of
registering. protected. Bonded or other indebtedness be numbered by the Secretary of The supreme court shall by rule any Justice of the peace district
BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature existing at the effective State Is agreed to and that said provide for the disqualification of within Orange County without ref-
of the State of Florida: date of any government established amendment be submitted to the :lerreerdrfoort e commission or erendum: provided that no existing
That Article VI. Section 1 of the hereunder shall be enforceable only electors of Florida for ratification ad hoc appointment Justice of the peace district shall
Florida Constitution be amendedas against the real and personal prop- or rejection at the general elec- of a person to take the place (Continued on
set forth below and that said erty theretofore taxable for such tion to be held In November, 1966: of a disqualified person. pogo 4)I I



"

FOUR ._ THE FLAG -- -
-- --- -

ROSE BUD CUTTING SHOULDBE NO.

DONE IN AFTERNOON I niliu of
OFFICIAL SPECIAL PRIMARY BALLOT
A rose bud cut late in the Issuing

afternoon will last longer than
DEMOCRATIC PARTY Officer
one cut In the morning accordIng -

to S. E. McFadden, assistant ,

horticulturist with the Florida (STUB NO. 1)

Agricultural Experiment Sta Signature of Elector

tions. '

Buds should ,be cut Just after

the green sepals fold back to. NO. ,

ward the stem and the outside Initials fIssuing
OFFICIAL SPECIAL PRIMARY BALLOT
petals loosen and start to un

furl. Blooms cut as tight buds
DEMOCRATIC PARTY officer
will fall to open, he says. Be ,

sure to use a sharp knife or

pruning shears, a clean cut will (STUB NO. 2)

prevent die back-a blackeningof

stems and dying back from

the tip or pruning cut. OFFICIAL SPECIAL PRIMARY BALLOT !

CONSTITUTIONAL I f
PROPOSED 1111,

AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTEDON DEMOCRATIC PARTY

NOVEMBER 8, 1966

Continued From Page 3
SEPTEMBER 13, 1966
be dissolved or otherwise eliminated -
except as otherwise providedby
law. A public hearing shall be Flagler
held on the proposed resolution County
with ten (10) days' notice pub- ,;
lished In a newspaper of general .
PRECINCT NO.--
circulation In the county.

SENATE JOINT NO. 11 RESOLUTIONNO. To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot mark a cross (X) in the squareat

67 the RIGHT of the name of the person for whom you desire to vote.
A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing .
an amendment to Section 29 of
Article XVI of the State Consti- COUNTYClerk
tution providing that each con-
demnation of property Jury shall -
be e (12) jurors. Circuit Court
BE cr.r RESOLVED by the Legislature
of the State of Florida: (Vote for One) I
That the amendment set forth
below to Section 29 of Article XVIIs
agreed to and shall be submitted
to the electors of the state for C. B. 0
EISENBACH
ratification or rejection at the next
general election to be held In November -
1!lAA, I
TION..29.. Condemnation of GEORGE M. MOODY I I .
property: compensation-No private I
property, nor right of way
shall be appropriated to the use
of any corporation or Individual
until full compensation therefor
shall be first made to the owner,
or first secured to him by deposit
of money: which compensation, Ir-
resptlre of any benefit from any
Improvement proposed by such
corporation or Individual. shall bascertained
by twelve (12) juror
In a court of competent jurisdiction -
as shall be prescribed by law.


SENATE JOINT NO.NO. 655 12 RESOLUTION Wise ShoppersTurn

A JOINT RESOLUTION proposingan I
amendment to Article III to
the State Constitution by adding
Section 2A; providing a special
session for purposes of organi-
cation swearing In new members to the
and electing officers
BE IT RESOLVED by the Leglsla
ture of the State of Florida: '
That the following amendment to .
Article III of the State Constitution -
adding Section 2A Is agreedto
and shall be submitted to the FLAGLER TRIBUNE
electors of Florida for ratificationor :
rejection at the general electionto \
be held In November, 1966:
SECTION 2A. Special session for 1
organizational purposes.-The legislature
shall meet on the first
(lilt) Tuesday in November after Want Ads
the general election for the pur- ;
pose of organization, swearing In
new members and selecting olttcers.
No other business shall be transacted -
.

NO. 13 First
HOUSE JOINT. 578 RESOLUTIONNO. J !

A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing
an amendment to Article IX of ..A..rIJy
the state constitution adding
Section 14A. to provide that
goods wares, commodities and
merchandise, commonly known as -
stock In trade or inventory and y-
livestock may be exempted in
part from ad valorem taxation as
personal or tangible property aa 'I
the legislature may prescribe by
general law of uniform operation

t WHEREAS: the It la state.generally rec- Wise Sellers Turn To Our j
bK'h1IfOd! that goods wares, and

"stock lnl'rller:3'o: ; m or I "Inventory known as" Classified Ads, Tool! ::,

constitute a class of personal prop-
ertv that serves an Inherent need
and requirement for the successful Wise
people who
operation of modern day businesses have something to
andWHEItMAS.
such property la not sell know that when wise people
want
purchased or held for the use of
the owner but for resale purposes,

andWHEREAS, such property may No matter what it is you want to buy a 1908 to buy, they check our Classified Ads

vary from liquids to solids, and first-so wise sellers
Iron WHEREAS to cloth, such and property may auto or a 1962 automatic appliance you'll prob- just naturally turn

Include fast turnover Items and to The Flagler Tribune and
slow turnover Items the true cash ably find it faster if you check our Classified Ads first. place their
value of which Is often both uncertain -
find speculative, and And what's "For Sale" ads here I Besides, our Class!
WHEREAS. It Is of benefit to the more, items sold through the Classified Ads
citizens of this state to encourage fied Ads cost
successful business operations to so very little for such
be adequately stocked with complete nearly always mean bigger savings. The easy wy to very
and varied lines of merchan- fast results!
dl"". and shop ? You bet as easy as sitting in your armchair and
WHEREAS, such stock In tradeor

n"It"Inventory",e II between is property capital In varl-and talking on the telephone. Be wise shop our Classi-

profit\ or just money In transit,
NOW. THEREFORE. fied Ads this very day!
BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature -
of the State of Florida
:
.
< .tie fniiowlnir amendment to
;Article IX of the state constitution
j section 14A Is agreed to and
shall be submitted to the electorsof I
.. Florida for ratification or re- I For Fast ResultsREADandUSE
o ton lit the general' election' to
be held-In November, 1966:
H' ction HA. Exemption' : stock
.In. trude' Goods wares, commodl I The
r< "n1 merchandise commonly Flagler Tribune
known as stock In trade or Inventory = .
livestock, may be ex
tf'dnlln
part from ad valorem I HE WANT ADS16ULSP
taxation as personal or tangible
property all the legislature' may :
prescribe by general law of uni- s
form.tat. operation throughout the I TO PLACE ADS, PHONE 447..3282PAGE

TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set mv hand and affixed I I
th- O'a-t ae+| of the Stxte of FlorIda I
at Tallahassee, the Capital, this r
the 24th day of August, A. D.. 1966.
TOM ADAMS
(SEAL) Secretary of State. I
Sept. 8 and 22-2tc '
4q.wl



i




Thursday, Sept. 8, 1966 .THE.FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE
-
-- -

Modern Weapons I taken. In spite of quotas, the I
number of whales has declined


With Threaten Extinction Whales I Commission alarmingly.The International recently Whaling set the I I WE GIVE MET T S I Quantity Reserved Rights

catch for the 1966.67 season at
of all, 3,500 "blue whale units," compared TOP PRICES GOOD
fastest
Even the finback,
to' 14,500 units just 10 Thurs., Fri., Sat.,
whales, cannot swim fast
enough to elude a modem har years ago.Though. VALUE SUPER MARKET and Monday
poon gun. blue whales are rarely Sept. 8,9,10

Most plentiful of the large seen, catch limits still are ex and 12
main pressed in terms of this species. STAMPS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.
whales, the finback Is the Tel. 4373201U.
One blue whale equals two fin,
stay of today's whaling Industry,
the National Geographic Society two and a half humpback, or

Says. More than 630,000 have six sei whales. i!
S. Choice
been killed In this century The blue whale Is the largest I
alone. animal that ever lived on earth;
Modern hunters with factory it may reach 100 feet in length I CHUCK ROAST 49

ships, helicopter spotters, and and weigh 150 tons. Its bulk ... .............. ...._...._.._...........Lb.
explosives harpoons have takena equals 35 elephans. Its weight I Lean JuicyALL -
deadly toll of finbacks and is twice that attained by the

other species hunted In Antarctic largest dinosaurs.At .
waters. The blue whale is birth, a blue whale may be MEAT STEW 69

almost extinct; the humpbackand 26 feet long. Each day the moth. .........................__..........Lb.

sei whales live In danger. er whale pumps as much as 200 Lean Meaty
Alarming DeclineIn pounds of milk into her young.

'the past, major whaling ster. It's somewhat like cow's
nations have agreed to limit the milk, but fortified with extra PORKSTEAK. 63Select

catches and kinds of whales minerals, proteins, and fats. ...................._........_..... ...................Lb.
The blue whale has no teeth,
and the throat of this huge creature

WANT ADSListings is so small that it can BEEF LIVER I 49
I down nothing larger than a her.
t ring Mouth open, the whale ............................................................Lb.

under this heading are swims through masses of tiny
3 cents a word each insertion. organisms that live near the
75 cents is the minimum charge
surface. When the mouth fills,
FOR SALE-60x100 ft. lot and jaws close. Then the whale's U. S. Choice Steaks
6 room house in Midway Park. huge tongue forces water out

Price very reasonable. Phone through a filter of whalebone,
CHUCK RIB SIRLOIN

437.3357 or contact Arch street Gid-, paving} the food behind. STEAK, Lb.... 59c STEAK, Lb..... 8ft r STEAK, Lb.... 99 e
dens South Anderson More than a ton of food has
Bunnell. Sept. 8 ltp. been found in the stomach of a FAMILY ROUND CUBE

DIRECT from Oklahoma, quality blue whale. STEAK, Lb.....69 e STEAK, Lb..... 89 e STEAK, Lb.....89 e
Whale Tows
Ship
horses for sale, September 9, 10,
The finback whale, beautifully
11. Silver Sands Bridle Club,
West Herbert Street, Port streamlined, rockets through the U. S. Choice Lean Delicious
sea at 30 miles an hour. The
Orange, Fla. Sept. 8, Itp. SHOULDER BRISKET Lb.
50 to 70 ton creatures
possess ROAST 590 STEW 3ge
FOR SALE-Chicago Roller Rink great power. One towed a

Skates, men's size 8, $6.50; worn.en's whaling vessel for three hoursat Beef World's BestGROUND
size 8, Higgins, $10.00. Jer 12 miles an hour, even thoughthe Lbs.
Lb.
ry's Furniture and Appliance, ship's engine was churning SHORT RIBS 490 BEEF Z 9ge

Old Dixie Highway, 2 miles away at three-fourths speed

south of Korona. Phone 4373752. I' astern.In Pork Capital (By Armour)

98ltcFOR I 1894, the wooden whaler NECK ",. Smoked Lb.
< I Gracia attempted td take a fin BONES 4 $100 SAUSAGE 4ge
furnished
RENT-Two bedroom
'back. The huge whale turned

house on Central 4392310.Ave.,I| on the ship and rammed it. The FLO-CANE (Fine Granulated)
Flagler Beach. Phone
Gracia filled with water and
9.1.5tc. I I sank. The crew escaped in boats.
I 5 Lb.
{ FOR SALE-Used flute in good Humpback whales like to hurl
condition. Phone 439-2107 after their entire 50.foot bodies out of SUGAR 29

4 p. m. 9.1.2tp. water and land on their sides fag
with a bone.jarring splash. To ,
FOR SALE-2 bedroom, living attract females, amorous bull
room, bath, kitchen home in the humpbacks stand head down in Limit (1) with $5.00 or more food order

Hillcrest area, Flagler Beach. the sea and beat the surface to
Phone 4392137. 91tf. a froth with their mighty flukes.
--- The whaling commission has (Your Choice) Sunlite (303 Can) Lipton' ((48 ct.)
FOR SALE 43 ft. house trailer.
Outer buildings, lot 50x100, living borbidden taking humpbacksand FAB OR AJAX
TEA BAGS
blue whales In the North TOMATOES
room, large bedroom, work
Pacific. Conservationists warn DETERGENT
shop, best of water. Will sell
that hunting of all species must
cheap if taken soon. Phone Gt. Cans Sge
4392196. R. Kellog. Please call be drastically curbed if these Box Sge 8 $100 ct.
great mammals are to survive.
after 4 p. m. Sept. 82tp. Limit ((1) with $5.00 or
p .
in the National Geo
Writing
Limit Please
((1)
more food order Limit ((8) Please
LOSE WEIGHT safely with graphic Society book.Wild Animals
Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only 98c at of North America the'noted
U. S. No. 1 Irish Shurfine (303 Can)
( )
Moody's Pharmacy. June 9, 12tp mammalogist A. Remington Everfresh (20 oz.)
Kellogg said, "Whales once PEACH
'' SINGER sewing machines. New, roamed the oceans of the worldIn POTATOES HALVES
Call Bob French, BREAD
used, repairs.
millions, but today they may
253.4541 Daytona collect. be nearing the same fate that 10 Lb. Cans $ g00
SEPTIC TANK Cleaning; drain 4ge Loaves ,
doomed vast herds of bison. Bag
fields installed; Rota-Roter snail 4 95e
shell. Reasonable prices. Call Limit (1)) Please Limit ((5)) Please

George Jarosz, 437.3410 8-1-tf
On an average day, physiciansat I
'"" the National Foundation. Bush's 303 Can Fresh Produce
r'' JOHNSTON'SFLACLER March of Dimes Birth Defects Cans
BEACH REALTY CO. Center In the University of CUT BEANS 3 570 Red Delicious

LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, Florida's Shands Teaching Hospital Delmonte (Sliced) BAG APPLES 4 Lb.
WATER FRONT, FARMS, and Clinics diagnose or PINEAPPLE Can 2 Bag 4ge
ACREAGE treat 100 children with birth de 390 Vine Ripe

Bee us for your real estate needs fects. Kraft 18 oz. Lb.

Office Phone HE 9.2242 BAR.B.Q SAUCE Btl. 390 TOMATOES 250:
Residence Phones ID 7.3691 Subscribe to The Mogler Tribune Cello Pkg.
or ID 7-3517: Hawaiian (46 oz. Can)
I 51 0 A Year In Advance Lb
CARROTS \
RED PUNCH 3 Chs. 990 2\ ; 25e


BUDDY KNOX I Frozen Foods DAIRY

YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER Big Scoop Food King (Quarters)

Bunnell Atlantic Service StationU. 1 Gal. Pkgs.
'
$100
ICE MILK 490 OLEO S

Highway 1 tfl\& Day Phone 437-3652

( 4_ Ph. 437-3944 I
Night
I Store Mon..8 a. m. to 7 p. m. Thurs.8 a. m. to 7 p. m.

REPAIR, REBUILD GENERATORS, STARTERS i Tues.......8 a. m. to 7 p. m. Frl..8 a. m. to 8 p. m.

I AND CARBURETORS Hours Weds.......8 a. m. to 1 p. m. 5al..8... m. to 8 p. m.

24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service I I


:





-



PAGE SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Sept. 8, 1966VEaq2r&ach

'"
-

Club given by Benny Hemel, an out morning services.Mr. .
I I PreparesFor standing church organist. Mr. I and Mrs. D. L. Natwick
have returned to their 'home in
Fourth Year Hemel of Cincinnati, Ohio has I Venice Park after a vacation

II played for dedication services at to Michigan.A .
There were 45 members and trip
I the First Methodist Church of
guests present for the 6 o'clock
HARRY F. KULESKI JR. 1: fire support for amphibious as
Luthernof
potluck supper when the Flag. Daytona Beach, Trinity
COMPLETES GOOD WILL saults. I
surfer ten" when he
"hangs
I ler Senior Citizens Club met Daytona Beach. He also gavea
VISIT TO JAPAN CITIES I "Tuesday evening, Sept. 6, In Itsj recital at the First Baptist moves to the front of his board

Seaman Apprentice Harry F. REVIVAL SERVICES clubroom in the Municipal f Church in Daytona Beach
Kuleskl, Jr., USN son of Mr. and SCHEDULED FOR I building, Flagler Beach. Welcomed p. m. Everyone interested are invited nose, If only one foot protudes,

Mrs. H. F. Kuleski, Sr. of Flagler FIRST BAPTIST I as a new member was to attend the Sunday he "hangs five."

Beach, has completed a three. I Lyman Gage which brought total
Revival services
will be held
day goodwill visit to the Japanese membership to 109.
11 thru 18 at the
Pork city of Osaka, Japan, September Chairman Lynn Clary called I.
First Baptist Church of Flagler VOTE TO ELECT
as a crew member aboard the attention to the annual dues of
Beach.
destroyer, USS Ozbourn. $1.00 per member which will be
The services will
Sun.
While in Osaka, the crew of begin due and payable for the 1966
the Ozbourn was given the opportunity day morning at the 11 o'clock 1967 fiscal year on or before C. EISENBACHCLERK
worship hour with Rev. Atkinsas B.
to tour the city and Oct. 15. A committee composedof
Evangelist. During the week
visit nearby cities of Kobe Kyoto Walter Creal Rev. Reynold
services will begin at 7:30 p. m.
and Nara. Also during their
Hoover and Lyman Gage was
During the later part of the OF CIRCUIT COURT
stay the Ozbourn held open appointed to review the club'sby.laws
week Rev. Ken Klingler will be
house for hundreds of local visitors and present
In of services any pro.
charge ,
who were welcomed aboard posed amendments that the FLAGLER COUNTYA
A cordial invitation is extend.
and given guided tours of the committee believes are needed.
ed to every one to attend anyor
vessel. The club was organized follow.
The Ozbourn is operating as a all of these meetings. ing an open meeting at the Civic Qualified Man For An Important

unit of Destroyer DivIslon-92 in Center In Bunnell, Sept. 3,
the Western Pacific with the FOOTBALL CLINIC AT 1963. OfficeI

Seventh Fleet.Destroyers FLAGLER BEACHThe : The movie to be shown Friday

are high-speed Punt, Pass and kick foot- evening, Sept. 23, starting at 7 take this opportunity to thank those citizens

ships used primarily in anti. bal program will conduct a football o'clock, sponsored by the club, with whom I have visited so far during this cam-
submarine warfare. They also clinic for all Flagler Beach will be followed by refresh
paign, for the wonderful reception have givenme.
operate offensively against surface you
boys, 8.13 at the Hillcrest dia ments it was announced. The
ships, defend against airborne mond, Saturday, Sept. 10 at 9 public Is invited to view the I am trying very hard to personally contact each

attack and provide gun. a. m. film which was made in Europe registered voter and, if time permits, I will see thoseof

:a--. I The boys will be shown how ''last year during the tour in you to whom I have not already talked. I believeit

to punt, pass and kick. which George Wlckllne, County
HASTINGS MATTRESS is right to know as much as possible about a can
Walton Cowart Commissioner, participated. He
quarterbackfor
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS didate for public office and I would like to person
the Bulldogs will be one of will introduce another memberof
710-12 Lemon St. the Instructors. John Johnstonand the group that made the trip, ally discuss with you my qualifications for the office

Palatka, Florida Stuart Rockett among oth who will present the picture. of your Clerk of the Circuit Court.

Phone EA 5-9166 ers will be at Hillcrest Diamond The club is back on its twice-
II I want to make clear I have
position
Furnltu- my no
Upholstering ot assist in the program. monthly meeting schedule and
Repaired & Refinished will hold its next regular meet. intention tb employ my wife or any member of my

Made Mattresses to Order.&Also Box Renovated Springs LEE CARPENTER ing Sept. 20.SACRED I family as Deputy Clerk.If .

Call Laura Morris 437.3233 APPOINTED DIST. 5 I
MUSIC RECITAL am given the opportunity to serve you, I
After 6:00 P. M.
PRICES REASONABLE. STATE PARK BOARDState SUNDAY AT FLAGLER will dispose of my business before taking office. I

BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. Parks Director Bill Mill. BEACH METHODISTThe realize that the office of Clerk of the Circuit Courtis

Just as near as your er today announced the appointment a responsible and full time occupation. I will devote
Phone or Post Office of Lee Beach Methodist
Flagler
Carpenter as
Drop Us A Card or Call myself to serving you as your clerk and workto
supervisor of Florida Park Board Church announces a Sacred Organ
; Free Pick-up & Df'lliveryI the advantage of the citizens of Flagler County.
District Five encompassing 11 recital at the 11 a. m. Wore
1 east Florida parks. ship Service. The recital will be Life time resident of Flagler County.

Carpenter was formerly super. World War II Veteran.

AlexanderLumber inte nde nt of Little Talbot Is- Books
land State Park near Jackson. Are My DishBY AFFILIATIONS .

CompanyFLAGLER ville. He has been employed by Dorothy Romans Member First Baptist Church, Masonic

the Park Board for seven years, Lodge, York Rite Bodies, American Legion, Municipal
It is to learn that
BRANCH beginning as a ranger at Jona frightening Judges Association, Florida Civil Defense
than Dickinson State Park near many new discoveries in the Council.
Summer Time Stuart. scientific world must have new

Carpenter will have In his dis. words Invented to describe them FAMILY
trict Anastasia State Park at St. and there are no other wordsto Married 24 years to the former Leona Ward of

Special Augustine Beach, Bulow Planta describe those words'! If this I Bunnell. Three Children: Heidi, Benton and Hervey.

tion Ruins Historical Memorialnear keep on, there may be a breakdown .

Quantity Discount Paint Bunnell, Dade Battlefield in communications andso QUALIFICATIONSGraduate
Historic Memorial near Bush. no more English language. of Bunnell High School, Graduate of

SALESavings nell, Faver Dykes State Park Evidently Random House Publishers Middle Georgia College in Business Administrationand

St. were alarmed at this Accounting further
near Augustine.Also Accounting studies at Mas-
Flagler Beach State Park situation so they set about pre sey Business College, Jacksonville, Florida.
up to 20% on at Flagler Beach, Frank B. But. venting It by publishing a
Exterior-Interior ler State Park near Crescent book that is spectacular proof POLITICAL EXPERIENCESix

Masonry-Wood Paint Beach, Lake Griffin State Park that the English Language can years as City Councilman, Serving two
at Fruitland Park still make It. Long live theKing's
New Smyrna terms as Mayor of Bunnell.
Let us assist you with our Sugar Mill Ruins at New Smy English!

remodeling or home rna Beach, Tomoka State Park Thanks to money allotted the Special Democratic
Flagler Beach Public Library Primary
service. near Ormond Beach, Turtle
improvement I Mound Historic Memorial near from the Recreation Fund of the September 13 1966Paid
TO SAVE MONEY- New Smyrna and WashingtonOaks Library now ownsa First Edition
TRADE WITH JOHNNY I of the Unabridged Random
II Gardens State Park near ( Political Adv.
I Marineland. House Dictionary of the English )

Language. The creative spirit
that went into making this bookis

evident from the handsome
24 HourWrecker oyster-white buckram (washable

Service ) cover and the scarlet speckled BROWN
& BROWN
edges and the scarlet grosgrain INC.

ribbon bookmark to the

I Flagler Truck & Tractor Co. one line biographies of lettersof INSURANCEOUR I
the alphabet, the foreign dictionaries

MASSEY-FERGUSON French, Spanish, German

\' Grove Farm Industrial Equipment and Italian, the copy of PHONE NUMBER IS
the U. N. Charter the list of new
VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 science symbols and their mean 437-3394

Owner Bunnell, Florida ings articles on proofreading,

music, punctuation, a Moon Map
and Hammond World Atlas besides
.::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::.:.:.:.:.::.:.::.:.::.::.::.:.:.:.:.::.::':.:::.:.:.::.::.:.::.::.:.:.::.:.:.:.:3 thousands of illustrationsand

many other equally fascinating .

: HART REFRIGERATIONAND ::: facts. CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.

FIRST BAPTIST
: H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
:: :' CHURCH3rd
.L "4 4 JOHN CAPO. Manager
and N. Central
St.

l ::: ELECTRIC SERVICE ::: Flagler Beach Florida AIR LADY OXYGEN

V, Her. Max HalL Pastor CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I
I EQUIPPED
I. I 9:45: a. m..sunday School ATTENDANT

: Bunnell, Fla. Box 253-A, Rl 11:00: a. m.........Morning Worship AMBULANCES

::: Phone 4373698xii'Xxxxxyx ::::11 7:30: p. m...........Evening Worship Phone ID 7-3532
Wednesday 7:30 m., Prayer
p.
1 1'If. 201 E. MOODY BLVP. .
: :*::.:.::.::.::.:.::.::.::.:.:.::.:.:.:.:.:.:.::.::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::.:. Meeting. BUNNELL. FLORIDA .





-



I


Thursday, Sept. 8, 1966
; THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA
___ _. --_- -0__ PAGE_ _SEVEN 0

I

I C'liii 0 C c G. C.'s Own "OVEN READY"

I .CWINC.,

LOCALS. I i I I Meat Loaf



Mr. and Mrs. Andy Yelving. I VINCENT BERKLEY HOLLAND:

ton and sons, Kevin and Barry, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Holland of :I [ 3oat$189 I
visited here Monday afternoon
Rome, Georgia, announce the
with Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller. birth of six
a pound son born II
They were enroute to their homeIn August 25. He has been given
Miami after a family reunion the name of Vincent Berkley.The U. S. D. A. Choice "BONED & ROLLED"
and dinner with Rev. and Mrs. new arrival Is the grand I BOTTOM I
ROUND
Robert Carr of Baldwin. :son of Mr. and
[ Mrs. Z. G. HoiI ROAST lb.
I land Jr., of Bunnell. Also the OR RUMPU. 89
Jimmy Knight, who has been great grand son of Mrs. Maude I
employed with the Hudson Pulp Holland of Bunnell.
and Paper Company here the I I i i iI S. D. A. Choice "TOP ROUND"

past sixteen years, has resignedand I W. S. C. S. MEETS
has returned to his homeat I FOR FIRST FALL
ROUND Ib.
STEAK
Neptune Beach, Florida.Mr. I MEET WEDNESDAYThe 98'Ib.

WSCS of the First Meth. .
and Mrs. Arthur Graves of odist Church of Bunnell held
Savannah, Georgia, were week I their first meeting of the fall Western SelectBEEF

end guests of Mr. and Mrs. .season on Wednesday morning
Claude Tanner of St. Johns at the church. The program sub. LIVER 49*

Park. Ject was "Missionary In an Up. .
rooted Society". Mrs. Edith Robertson .
Visiting here with their sister Mrs. Marjorie Robertsonand
Mrs. Bertha Grimes, and also I Mrs. Maxine Buckles were Streak O'Lean
Valleydale "ALL MEAT"SMOKED
Mr. and Mrs. T. K. McKnight in charge of the program.A .
during the past week were Mrs. business meeting was con WHITE BACON SAUSAGElb.
Lake Akerman, Miss Ada Mar ducted by the president, Mrs.
tin and Mr. and Mrs. EugeneFox Doris Tucker. Mrs. Geraldine lb.
of Charleston, S. C. Thompson was appointed on the 5ge 590
nominating committee. Hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Holland Jr., es were Leona Knight and Ruby
and Zachery, have returned Cody. Fresh Florida Grade "A" (4-7 lb. Arg.)
home from a vacation In Lin- Plans were made for the Quiet
ville Falls, N. C. Day Program to be on October

26. Baking HENS Ib.Ask 39
Mrs. Mable Emery flew to
.
Chicago Sunday for an extend. Lt. and Mrs. George Brooks
'
ed visit with relatives. and two sons have returned to

Ft. Meade, Maryland, after
Gwen Brooks, daughter of Mr. spending a week with his parents .
G. C. For Special Meats Cut To Your Satisfaction
I
and Mrs. Webb Brooks leaves Mr. and Mrs. Webb Brooks.
today to enroll as a sophomoreat
Blue Mountain College, Miss Guests at the home of Mrs.

issippi. Rosa Durrance during the Labor Golden Harvest 303 Can
Day weekend were Mr. and Mrs.
I James Durrance and son, Todd TOMATOES 3 For 390 FOLGER'S
Mrs. Ruth Boyett of Ormond Dur.1
of Augusta, Georgia. Mr.
visited In the home of Mr.
Beach
ranee Is the son of the late Jul. Our Value 303 Can COFFEE
and Mrs. Webb Brooks on several
ian F. Durrance and the grand. APPLE For
occasions during the last
SAUCE 3 390
son of Mrs. Rosa Durrance.
week while her grandson and I: Tin 470
two great grand sons, George III'I IN NURSING HOME Chef Boy-Ar-Dee 15/2 oz. Can

and Drew Brooks were guests. I Mrs. Bertha Grimes was trans. SPAGHETTI AND For $
)"" -- ., ),fered from the Bunnell General MEAT BALLS 4 JL
I Hospital to the Gilmer Nursing
Snickers and Milky Way
Home In St. Augustine Monday.Mrs. .
Anyone Grimes was Injured in the CANDY Pkg. of 10 Zge DAIRY SPECIALSun -
I automobile wreck In June that 5c Bars
claimed the life of her daughter, Spun 1 lb. Qtrs.
Wishing Our Value Qt. Jar
I Mrs. Mildred Lewis. ".
SALAD Ea. OLEO 2" 350
Her address will be In care of DRESSING 3ge
the Gilmer Nursing Home, St.
Transportationto Augustine.Mr. Kraft Sliced 6 oz. Pkg.SOYHORN .

CHEESE Ea- 3ge
the and Mrs. Claude Pattersonand LIPTON'S
daughter, Mrs. Gilda Stacey

and her young daughter, are TEA BAGS FROZEN FOODS -
Polls visiting here this week with his

mother, Mrs. Selma Patterson. Frosty Acres 1 Y2 lb. Pkg.
also visiting with his 48 ct.
They are
T uesdaYISeptember brother in law and sister, Mr. Pkg. 290 FRENCH FRIES Ea. 290

and Mrs. George M. Moody.
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Singleton BREADED 10 oz. Pkg.
13 Stanford Robertson in enrolledin
) the Junior College In Palate SHRIMP Ea. 790

ka. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. FRESH PRODUCE -
Call
Lloyd Robertson and was a
member of the graduating classof Golden RipeBANANAS
l Bunnell High last June. lb. OUR VALUEDETERGENT
) 437-3661 ) 100

) CARD OF THANKS
Fresh Local
) May we take this method of {
thanking our neighbors and OKRA2Iba.. 290 Giant

friends for the many acts of 3ge
3 GAL. FOR $5.00 kindness, flowers, visits, and U. S. No.1POTATOES Box

QUALITY PAINTCome prayers, during my long hospital '".. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
( In ..* aee It made) stay. Your thoughtfulness has 10 490
R. V. Yeom.. Ormond Beach meant much to us. Sincerely,
Corner Hand Are. V. !I. 1
Bertha Grimes
Mrs.
677-8020 9 a. m. till 5:30
and Family.

.. I
v' n"" '''


CHICKEN PANTRYNEW


SERVING HOURSDining Ir

ul
Room Open:

7 a. m. to........................ 9 a. m.
12 Noon to..................11:00 p. m.
Carry Out Window Open: Phone 437-3227

7 a. m. to......................U p. m. OPEN SUNDAYS U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL
Dining room open Sat. and Sun., 7 a. m. to 11 p. m. 8:00 a.m.-loo p.m.

.. Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Sept. 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12, 1966
'''" ""' i/\ilC''iJl
'-"nmm "m.n n. "' """''''''']1"1"""""'"''''''"'"'''''''''



__ ". ,,. .'"'". .. ..........._ I "I..A -= ,. '"
_'". ,_" ',. ...._.,.",,_ ,..__ ._ .__ ... -- .,

y







PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Sept. 8, 1966

._ -
-' -

queer and wasting their time ; PALM TREE PLANTING I IMITATION TO Jill WIY HAVE FOOD ADDITIVES?

and talents. They will never get ITO INSURE SUCCESS I Sealed proposals for the construction Why are additives used in to.
I of a new Flagler County Ma-
Too Late their names in the paper, attracta To insure success in planting I terial Center. Bunnell School, Bun day's foods? For several rea

news photographer or be men I I palm trees, adequate preparation nell,Board Florida of, for Public the Flagler Instruction County -, sons. They improve foods, make

tioned on radio and television I! for planting must be made be-j Flagler County, FloridaBids them safer and extend their
will be received at the
To Classify unless they do something truly forehand. R. D. Dickey, horticulturist -' County (superintendent's Olflce on quality. It is pointed out that

newsworthy. How can they expect with the Florida Agricultural -I September 27 1966. at 9:00 A. Mat food processors use these additives
asy RuoeU Kor which time ce bids will I II
to get anywhere today unless Experiment Stations, i be opened and publicly read Bidsreceived ; to delay undesirable
I after the above specifiedtime .I
they grab a gun and shoota says there are a number of I will be returned unopened. changes in the food they are

I received a letter who the other few people, jump off a bridge, I vigorous palms now growing 1 1I be Drawings available and for specifications inspection at will the handling and to help keep foodat
com-
reader
day from a start a fire, lead a riot, crash which had little care when I Superintendent of Public Instruction its best.PETERSON.

plains that columnists, reporters, their car into a telephone poleor .I planted, but on the other hand I Bunnell office Florida, Court, Dodge House Plan building room, .,..- ,.

editors, newscasters and Just go beserk on LSD? many are dead from lack of In Jacksonville, Florida, the DodgePlan
Room In Orlando. Florida, and
about everybody who is responsible I never though much about it, proper care. j i at the Builders Exchange Daytona TEXACO

for what we call NEWS today !' Beach Florida, also at the office SERVICE
but you know, I think the guy I Palms can be planted at anytime of the Architect, Craig J. Gehlert

has lost all sense of values.He has a point. Maybe if we stop of the year, but the warm, 523 North Halifax Avenue Day- ROAD SERVICE

contends that unless some- ped screaming and yelling all rainy summer months are best.It I tona Drawings Beach, and Florida.Specifications for I Light Mechanic Work

is killed or injured, or com bidding will be available from the
body about death is
over the place better to dig large holes I Architect Craig J. Gehlert. 523 Phone 4373441 BunnellSTATi

mits a crime, starts a riot or crime and destruction, and started so that they may be filled witha North Halifax Avenue, Daytona !_ .A At .I, __ =--

goes beserk the average reporteror for something pleas mixture of Beach, Florida only on the fol-
decayed
looking compost, I lowing basisComplete : !! ': OF FLORIDA
newscaster can't find anything ant and worthwhile to talk leaves and grass or other litter, sets of Drawings and 88
I Specifications\ will be made available -
Office Secretary of State
to write or talk about about the world woul be a.. well rotted manures in fairly j upon receipt of a $2500 deposit KNOW YE that I, TOM: ADAMS
He points out that day after I' l (limit two), refundable upon Secretary of State of the State of
whole lot better off large quantities and muck I
some
I
return of the drawings and spedflcatlons Florida, do hereby give notice that
day, week after week, month I don't know whether the Creator and clay if the soil is very I I| In good condition. Additional Special\ Primary Elections will be
: sets will be made available held in Flagler County on September -
after
after month and year year, reads our newspapers or sandy. These holes should bej I I at a purchase rduo:1 $25.00 (notrefundable 13, 1966 and if necessary Sep
headlines deal with violence, ), sheets of tember 27, 1966.
listens to our radio and television prepared well in advance of Drawings will be made availableat The Special Primary Electionsare

criminal activity or sudden or not, but if he does it planting to avoid burning the I a purchase price of $.50 each being held for the purpose of
routineso (not refundable) and Individual selecting nominees of recognized
death. It is the same ,
seems to me he must be getting roots. sheets of specifications will bemade political parties to become candidates -
:
people were killed in available at a purchase priceof In the General Election on
many it would.
and
much fed I
pretty up $.05 each (not refundable). November 8. 1966 for the office of
automobile accidents, so many n't surprise me if he washed his I I will be in the fore. I, Reference Is hereby made to Section Clerk of the Circuit Court.
I, A-2, item No. 7 forBid
were page GIVEN under hand and the
were drowned, so many Besides the gleaming golds my
hands of us and let us go on Form which must be fully executed Great Seal of the State of Florida,

murdered or mugged. hell bent to destruction. We and oranges, colors like barley, and to page A-1 of the at Tallahassee, the Capital this
above Items & 3,
section 1 2 : pef-
I the 23 day of D 1966.
Death and destruction together don't really amount to much nugget, ginger, and brass, along talnlng to Bid Form, Bid Bond and (SEAL) *gfr'1D' s

with criminal (activities con billions of with carrot bittersweet and Performance Bonds. Secretary of StateAug.
the ,
when we consider _
The Flagler County Board of 25 &: Sept. 1-8 3tciv
sistently enjoy the headlinesof galaxies in the universe. We henna, will be on hand. Public Instruction reserves the
right to reject any or all Bids, and TilE CIRCUIT COURT, EV-[ -
front page position.He wouldn't even be missed as a Black and white combinations also to waive any 1 Irregularities I In I':\TII JUDICIAL (CIItCLI'I' iv

asks why readers must be small planet, and a reporter on will show up in checks, plaids, the Bidding AND FOIL KLACJI.EU COUNTY,
KLOIUUA. EQUITY NO. 0347
bombarded with this type of Mars or Jupiter could report the and tweeds. Neutrals to notice seated All Bids and plainly shall marked be completely on the Mleczyslaw Marlon Koczwanakl.::

material and what good it does? sighting of another shootingstar. Include marble white, oxford, front of the envelope: Plaintiff,
To: Mr Coy G. Harris Super- Elizabeth
On the other hand he wondersif banker's and charcoal gray intendent, Maria Koczwanskl

reading such reports othersare Public: r Instruction County Board, Flagler of NOTI('!
not influenced to go and do IN TUB CIRCUIT (COI'IIT 1KVITII County Court House, AND AVSWEH ,
Fall FashionsTo Ji.uiriAL {l'IRCL/T IN Bunnell. Florida.In IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
likewise? AND POIl KLAC.LKK UHNTY, addition the front of the envelope OF FLORIDATO
would like to KI.OUIDA. IN tllAM'KUV NO. shall be plainly marked : Maria Elizabeth Koczwanskl
He states that he
:12\. 10959 South Troy
"Sealed Bid for the Flagler County -
live long enough to pick up his Have "Zing"Fashions LELA WRIGHT, Material Center, Bunnell School, Chicago Illinois
Plaintiff Bunnell. Florida."
newspaper and not find a single VI. (Signed) COY O. HARRIS MAILING ADDRESS

account of a murder, rape, for fall this year will EDDIE WRIGHT, Defendant. Superintendent.Board of Public Flagler Instruction County Oaklawn Post Office, Illinois.Box 249

robbery, auto accident, or violence 'have all the "zing" of a Sep. NOTICE TO AI"I"I<:A1t Flagler County, Florida.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: Sept. 1-8-15-3tc You are hereby notified that a
and be able to turn on his !I tember landscape, the redness EDDIE WRIGHT suit has been brought against you
73 Fifth Street I IN CinCtIT COIHT OF THK in the Circuit Court of Flagler
radio or television without hav- of the heartside and the pastel County,
I Elizabeth New Jersey SEVENTH JUDICIAL tlHCl'IT; Florida, In Equity, by
ing some announcer or newscaster tones of a frosty morning.No You are hereby notified that a II IN AND FOIL KLAOL.BII COUN- Mleczyslaw Marion Koczwanskl.and .
I suit for divorce has been Sled TY, KLOIUUA. la Chsneery, NO- you are hereby required to file
scream such materialover one color predominates. against you in the above entitled TUB OK SLIT, hsncery No.GORDON personally or by attorney with the
the cause and you are hereby requiredto SaSI Clerk of said Court, your written
and over, every hour on Instead, a wide range of clear, serve upon Plaintiff's Attorney GERNERT. defenses If any, to the Complaint

hour. I'I vibrant colors Is on the way, whose name and address appear Plaintiff In said suit on or before the 30th
day of September A. D. 1966 and
hereon, your written defense, If
He contends that there is { says Miss Elizabeth Dickenson, ; any to the Bill of Complaint insaid MARTHA KENNEDY GERNERT. also to serve a copy of your writ.
in the world suit on or before the 8th day Defendant.. ten defenses upon Messrs Osslnskyand
much good textile
more and specialist
I clothing of October, 1966, else decree pro OHDRH OK P'II"ATIOIN Krol. 411 Main Street, Daytona
than bad, and that people be Florida Agricultural Extension confesso will be entered against THE NAME OF THE STATE Joet'ttchda on or before 1:6
September A D .
OF FLORIDA:
they black, white red or yelloware Service. you.WITNESS my hand and seal of TO: MARTHA KENNEDY GERN- as reqUfred by the Florida Equity

constantly doing somethingto Look for radiant tones In red- said Court this 2nd day of September ERT whose residence Is 28 Rules of Civil Procedure and here-
1986 Granite StreetPortllmouth in fall not or Decree Pro Confessoand
advance the welfare of their flame-colored and red-oranges, GEORGE M. MOODY New HampshireYou Final Decree will be entered
(OttUlal Seal) Julia It. Harvey are hereby required to file against you by default.
fellow man. berry, brick, and ember colors. i Deputy Clerk. with the Clerk of this Court your That the name of the Court In
of the W. I WADSWORTHPost answer to the Bill of Complaintfiled which said suit has been Instituted
At least 90 per cent peo of vintage will *
Red-purple grape Olttce Box 896 herein against you In the Is the Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial -
ple who Inhabit the earth are be up front. I Bunnell Florida above entitled cause on or before Circuit of Florida, in and
Attorney for Plaintiff the 1st day of October A. D. 1966 for Flagler County, Florida in
kind, considerate, decent, friendly The now-popular pink to pur I Sept 8-15-22-29-4tc and serve a copy thereof upon Equity and that the title of said

folk. They have no quarrel colors will line with regal Dsslnsky &: George, plantlffs attorney cause Is as hereinabove set forth.
pIe up NOTICE OK tALE herein, whose address Is You are further notified that the
with anybody, they want peace dark colors or neutrals. Look TO ALL PERSONS WHOMSOEVER: 500 North Orleander Avenue, Daytona I nature of said suit Is a suit for
You are hereby notified that I Beach, Florida "The Flagler (a) divorce (b) permanent custody
and understanding but they for magenta and royal purpleas have levied upon the Interest of Tribune" Is hereby designated as of the minor child, (c) total In*
are constantly reminded that accent colors. Krantz Motors Ine, In and to the the newspaper In which this order terest in property located In Flag-
property hereinafter described anda shall be published once a week ler County, Florida as described In
they are out of step with the The forecast for blue, accord sale will be held at the front door for 4 consecutive weeks HEREIN I that certain edw tcntl2. recorded -
of the Flakier County Court House FAIL NOT OR A DECREE PRO In Page 13.
world In which they live. ing to Miss Dickenson, centerson In Bunnell, Florida commencing CONFESSO WILL BE ENTERED of the Public Records of Flagler

Unless they kill or injure plumage shades like peacock, between the hours of 11 o'clock In AGAINST YOU FOR SUCH FAILURE County Florida, and said property
the forenoon and 2 o'clock In the being more fully described in the
someone, commit a crime, or go mallard, and teal. Navy will afternoon of the 3rd day of October The nature of this suit Is a bill Comnlalnt filed herein.
I A: I)., 1966 of property for divorce WITNESS my hand and seal of
stark, staring mad they are I team up with marble-a new n by me and hereinafter WITNESS my hand and seal at office at Bunnell. Florida this 23rd
winter white-or with soft describe, under Writ of Execution Runnel!. Flagler County. Florida, day of August, A. D 1966.
In my hands Issued pursuant this 25th day of August A D.. 1966. JULIA R HARVEY,
brown "camel" tones for a sharp, to that certain Judgment enteredIn GEORGE M MOODY as Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
O. F. ALTORD the Small Claims Court Flakier As Clerk Circuit Court. Flagler County, Florida,
I I I new look. Blue-lavendars are County. Florida, on the 24th Flagler County, Florida I ad Interim.
Registered in heather. day of March. A. I)., 1966 and recorded (Official Seal (CIDOUIT COURT SEAL)
especially
, I II i i coming, In OtHcfal Records Book 18, By Julia R Harvey OSSINSKY AND KROL
Real Estate BrokerBunnell Look for yellow-greens and page 354 Public Records of Flag- Deputy Clerk Attorneys for Plaintiff
411 Main
II ler County. Florida Sept 1-8-n.22-Hc Street ,
I I blue-greens galore. Emerald, The property to be sold Is the Daytona Beach Florida
Florida Aug 25 & .
peridot, spruce, and moss shadesFlagler property situate In Flagler Coun NOTICE OF ELECTIONBe Sept 1.8.15-4tc
_.A.. ... ty, Florida to-wit: It known that I, Tom Adams UNITED STATK
1-Hunter wheel balancer serial Secretary of State of the State of MIDDLE DISTRICT COURT
No. 691556E Florida do hereby give notice thata IlllTItlrT OK FLORIDA
1--4 ton Chain Hoist &: Attachments GENERAL ELECTION will be UNITED JACKSONVILLE tnVI-lo1V
: held in Flagler County. State of STATES OF AMERICA

Countyllnsurance Hawkins Press Serial No. Florida on Tuesday next succeed.Ini' VII Court No. 66-102-Ctvll Plaintiff J
1 1086 the first Monday In November THOMAS E. MAY
",.. Acetylene welding and cut A. D., 1966 the said Tuesday W MAY, his wife and JOHNNIE MARTHA
ting outfit beingthe EIGHTH DAY OF NO- ARTHUR NELSON
and MARY
Bulldog electric welder model VEMBER, to fill the following offices ELLEN NELSON, his wife'Defenlants.
:
Inc. 175 serial 62321Rlackhawk :

Agency, bench floor vise jack1Wards ,I the' e tlt'ttaJg: : In IIII& na r rlltrrgt I Notice NOTICE Is hereby OP given SALE .
that
1-Cyl head surfacing machine I Three (3) Justices of the Supreme to a Final Decree pursuant *
of Foreclosure
All Forms of Insurance Snap-on battery charge No. Court. entered on August 19, 1968
630 Three ((3) Judges of the District by the above entitled Court In the
Crankshaft grinding machine Court of Appeal for the First Ap above styled cause, the undersigned
105 North Bay Street .:- Phone 437.3171 (portable) No 454OOI peFire District. United States Marshal or any of
-Wood office desk (5) Circuit Judges of the his duly authorized deputies will
32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTY Prestollte battery Seventh Judicial Circuit. sell the situate in
Bunnell Florida property Flag.
1-A20H Mopar battery Governor. ler County Florida, described
10(-Junk batteries Secretary of State. .The Westerly 100 feet of as Lots:
BONDS Weldlng dolly Attorney General IS and| 16 of Block 24 of Moodydd.IJI
1-Keystone campE'rlfltE'am Comptroller.State .
according to plat re*
_- .i-- -' ia gfe cleaner Treasurer in Plat Book 1 at Page 24
r Radiator cere Superintendent of Public Instruc of the public records of
Flagler
&MWVWUWJWFOR .rl'.. "."...."...:.""' ,/'..V1j"... ........."'. "....,,""..,, Welding Creepers helmet tion.Commissioner of Agriculture County described Florida as and follows more: particularly Begin

Growler Two (2) Commissioners Florida
ping at the Southwesterly
ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT Timing light Public Service Commission of Lot 1J and running thence corner North
1-Alley volt-ammeter set State Senator Fourteenth Sena- U' 27' 46* East, along the South.
3-Chair* tonal District. erly line of the said Lot 15, a dls
1-Olttce desk1Propane I State Senator Fifteenth Senatorial tance of 100,0 feet thence North
;
AMBULANCE welding kit and box District. 22' West
PHONE VAlley| 4 1625 1-T-293J Brg pully set I State Senator Sixteenth Sena.tor",1 1000 31et1\; \: the North a distance line of Lot of
1-Tool cabinet with assorted District.
16; thence South 67* %7' 46* West
SERVICE tools State Senator Forty-first Sena a distance of 100.0 feet to the
Automatic transmission No.
AUGUSTINE FLORIDA tonal District. Northwesterly corner of Lot 16:
1674861J One ((1) Member of the House thence South U' 32' 14* East, a
1 D-K
battery tester of
Representatives distance
of 1000
feet to the point
Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We 4-Rubber floor mats Two (2) Members of the Board of beginning of this description.
1 159243 1-3 II.'P. air compressor No. OfT f''entl3)I I-: : o frsihe Bearings are referred to the True
andexperience.
at service with promptneu, safety Boardof Meridian and parcel
are alway your On the Interest of Krantt Mo Public Instruction acres containing 0.23

t tors. Inc. In and to said property Sheriff at Public
outcry to the
highest and
will be offered
for sale
and sold
Clerk Circuit Court. best bidder
i for cash
between
The sale or sales will be at pub. Judge Small Claims the
Court
Re. itator and Inhalator lie outcry to the highest and best Justice of the hours of 11:00: o'clock a. m. and
i Equipped With Oxygen u I bidder for cash and will continue One. Peace District 2:00 oclock p. m. on September 29.
1966 at the
Front Door
of the
, Flag-
.( from day said property In Testimony Whereof I have Il'r Count
OIraYIlllY3t Courthouse
at
I Garcia Funeral HomeP. I l Is Writ of Execution hereunto set my hand and affixed Florida Dated August 22. Bunnell 1966,
and Judgment satis :
are the Great Seal of the State of JOHN E MAGUiRE SR..
DATED Florida at Tallahassee, the Capi United States
E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director A T). 1966 this 25th day of August tel gust, this 1968 the. Fifteenth day of Au. Bernard Middle Nachman District Marshal of Florida

LADY ASSISTANT I Signed: P. A. EDMONSON. TOM ADAMSSECRETARY Assistant United States Attorney

.. .. .. .. .. .. ". :.."."..............r.......... .sil.rJlf 9f Flagler County OF STATE Attorney for Plaintiff
v.- I-U-22-Z9-4tc
... .. .. '.. Sept 18-25 &
YrIYY'N.v.. .. .. ./'.."."./'.",/'..".. . : Aug : Sept. 1-3-4to Aug. 25 &: Sept. l-S-15. 1966



Thursday, Sept. 8, 1966 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE NINE
------ ---- -
--- - -- -
-- -
-
-- -- -- -
-
--
-- -- ----
Race Officials of High's candidacy, they said: I! suring a decisive victory for Bob I for we 'have the personal assurance portant factors considered by
"We remain loyal to the I I High this November." of Bob High that you home owners with a "green
Support High Burns administration and to the In their joint statement, aimedat I are wanted, welcome and need thumb." The plant can be used
Governor personally. But we winning over Burns' cam in this campaign." according to R. D. Dickey, horticulturist
led
For GovernorRobert feel that It is the best interestof paign workers, Lechner and Se Lechner and Segal expressed Florida Agricultural
Florida and her people that gal said: "Mayor High is aware confidence that "thousands of Experiment Stations, for foundation
C. Lechner, Chairmanof the Democratic nominee, Robert of the effective work that you I Burns supporters from all walksof or base plantings, as In.
the State Racing Commission King High, be elected our next did for Haydon Burns and he life and all parts of Florida" dividuals or even in groups of
Martin Segal, a Commission Governor." wants your friendship. The pres. would soon actively join the two or more as "standards" for
member, today announced their Lechner, who said he planned i e nt race now is not only be. 'I High campaign. terrace or formal use.
active support of Robert King to write personal letters to many I tween two men but between two
High for Governor. Burns friends and campaign parties. I HIBISCUS ONE OF MOST
I
Lechner, of Jacksonville, and supporters, said he was "confi "We find Bob High to be a :I POPULAR ORNAMENTALS
Segal of Orlando, are appointees dent that the overwhelming ma man of dedication and to be a I I Hlsblscus is one of the most
and longtime friends and sup. jority of Burns supporters, who warm, friendly and understanding popular ornamentals for land. RENEW YOURDRIVER'S
porters of Governor Haydon are loyal Democrats, as well as person, and we are dedicating j I I I soaping in areas where it's LICENSE 4.
Burns.In friends of the Governor, will I ourselves from now until I I adapted. DURING YOUR "v'
a joint statement pledging unite enthusiastically behind election day to his election. We II I It is easy to grow, and this BIRTH MONTH '
their full and active assistance their party's nominee, thus as. ask you to join us in this cause, I is probably one of the most im ;














FNMi.TAYS. t 1





'







I,:


I
.




; : t.








Ford Country Official



Clearance Sale ,


-

Last call for savings! Buy any '66 Ford, Falcon, Fairlane,

Mustang today and we'll save you plentyl Big selectionof

models, colors and equipmentl All at year-end Official

Clearance prices! Hurry get 'em while they last!







%

Mustan g Hardto






p"p.A .




#

Ford Galaxie 500 2-Door Hardtop



,



I You're ahead all the way at your Ford Dealer's ::jj* ::




BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY Bunnell, Florida



THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Sept. 8, 1966

AGE TEN. -- .--- -, -
-- jelng the Mermaids' guest for Wachee River, and the Covered Weekl Wachee, Miss Universe
Bunnell Methodist I II Veterans Can Draw II::he Underwater Mermaid Show, I Wagon Train Trip. will: go on an extended' tour of
I \dventure Cruise on the Weekl Following her appearance at other United States Cities.And .
Church Cash Surrender On I I


(Oliver F. Taylor. Pastor) I Insurance PoliciesM. I I

SECRETS I T. Dixon, of the Florida I
( Dept. of Veterans Affairs, calledto 1
of the ten lepers:
The parable
Is a condemnation of the nine the attention of all GI Insurance I I GML .
the
holders today
Policy
who gave no thanks, and a lifting
who returnee fact that they may borrow up to
up of the one
94 per cent of their policy cash
to Christ with a thankful heart
surrender value to meet finan
Because of a selfish nature mar
finds himself In better position cial emergencies.This ye shall be my sons and daughters,
action, while reducingthe Saith the Lord Almighty.
to give than to receive. amount of protection, does Hosea 1:10,Isaiah 43:6

Materially, most of 'the work leave the policy in force. On the
Is rich; spiritually, a great deal; other hand, if the policy is surrendered We are, indeed, all children of
of the world Is poor. This Is for cash, all protec V God. Every man, every individual
I and has equal opportunity to believe -
true because so many people tion on the insurance ceases L
in God, to accept salvation.Jt .
who have been richly blessed in cannot be renewed or reinstated,
is a birthright, made'possiblethrough
life have never been able to give Dixon said.Annual I God's love for all.
back to God and Ills world. Of interest on GI policy i Herein lies the strength of
course, this applies to material loans is charged at 4 per cent on Christianity. Herein lies the
possessions, but this is not all the unpaid balance, and if not strength of the individual Chris I'
of It for if we believe through paid, it is added to the loan tian. If we believe in God and 'I
faith that we have been redeem. principal and begins to draw In. l understand the example of the i
life of Christ earth, we accordingly '
upon
ed by God's love through Jesus tere st. Repayment of the principal
find it easier to meet
Christ we are In possession of a on the loan may be paid in. the trials and temptations of life
spiritual truth that glorifies and amounts of $5.00 or in any multiples .- and to recognize the rights of
magnifies our souls. Yet Chris. thereof at any time before others. '
tion people often times keep it default in the payment of prem The hope of salvation, which
a secret what God has done for iums. Dixon suggested that vet. is peace eternal,is God's promise
local to all mankind. We must remember -
them. The church will never erans contact their County
however, that God expect
rise victorious from a numerical Service Officer for loan applications
something of us in return..
standpoint until the nine stand if in need of ready cash. -
with the tenth to worship and
praise God. "Then one of them, The best ideas germinate in ,
when he saw that he was heal. honest, idealistic minds, and R.ad BIBLE dally
your
ed, turned back, praising God are not the result of self-seeking
with a loud voice." Luke 17:15.: thoughts. and

GO TO CHURCH

I MISS UNIVERSE TO SUNDAY
ON CUTTING ROSE BUDS
I VISIT WEEKIWACHEE
A rose bud cut late in the
afternoon will last longer than I Margareta Arvidssom the 1966
one cut in the morning, according I Miss Universe will visit the
to S. E. McFadden, assistant Weekl Wachee Mermaids on
horticulturist with the Florida September 23 rd and 24th for her
Agricultural Experiment Station. first official appearance in the
Buds should be cut just after United States since winning her

the green sepals fold back tow. .title.
ard the stem and the outside i The tall, brown-haired, 18yearold .
petals loosen and start to un beauty, a model who
furl. Blooms cut as tight buds I lives in Vanersborg on the wes, Tote People
Sweden, is the .
will fail to open, he says. Be'tern coast of
sure to use a sharp knife or daughter of a sea captain.
pruning shears, dieback blackening become a top model, marry, and
of prevent stems and dying back from I I have many children. Her trip to of Flagler County:
the tip or pruning cut. the west coast of Florida to visit
.Week Wachee will be her second
visit to the Unuited States, I At first hand I now know what the old saying "Busy as a one

Bookkeeping :;--1 I the first one for in the Miami Miss Beach.Uni I armed Paper Hanger" really means. The last few weeks have taughtme

I Income Tax Service verse During pageant her visit with the a lot. After receiving the appointment to this important office,

R. T. ShockneyP. Weekl Wachee Mermaids, Miss sickness claimed the services of several of my employees, including
O. Box 842 I available to
Ormond Beach. Florida: I' Arvidsson the public will for be souvenir snapshots myself. It was truly my intention to talk with each of you individually,

Phone 677-4537 I and autographs as well as but with the pressure of work it has left me without this opportunity.The .
"74
---
I business office of your county deserves the best. Lines are

drawn-issues are clear. As an independent candidate, not being run

NOTICE! I I 1 by any one or any faction, I will do the job you deserve.


A native of Flagler County, I am a member of the Methodist
I
Church, the Masons, the Bunnell Lions Club, and I have served two

terms as a City Commissioner of Flagler Beach.


After graduating from,the Bunnell High School in 1932, I attended .

All business men in Bunnell are urgedto the University of Florida and graduated with a Bachelor of

attend a meeting Thursday September8th Science Degree in 1936.I .

the have served the people of Flagler County for over 15 yearsas

at 7:30 p. m. at their Pharmacist. This record of continuous service is one of my

I proudest accomplishments.Now .

Bunnell Civic CenterThis II I want to serve you in a different capacity.



meeting is called in relation to the I Vote September 13, 1966


opening of Road 1-95 and its effects on

M. MoodyCLERK
\, business in Bunnell. George



OF CIRCUIT COURT

.
I"; / V I


h Please Attend "Let George Do It"


(Paid Pol. adv.)




I'

,H., ..
-'"- -