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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: October 6, 1966
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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54, NO. 40 BUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCT. 6, 1966 2.50 A YEAR
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Sheriff Edmonson Bunnell DefeatsSt. P. T. 'A. MEMBERSHIP i Southern BelljCelebrates 'Housing AuthorityNow

DRIVE GAINS 80

Returns From Law Joe Flashes NEW MEMBERSMrs. j With Taking Rent


Academy SchoolP. Saturday NightBunnell Mike Steflik, chairmanof Big AchievementSouthern ApplicationsThe

the committeeof
A. Edmonson, Sheriff of High School's Bull the Bunnell membership Parent-Teacher Bell Telephone Com Housing Authority of

Flagler County, has completeda dogs, in a real crowd pleaser, Association, said today that the pany observed a milestone on Flagler County Is now accepting

three day Civil Seminar con scored their third touchdown of recent membership drive broughtIn September 29, when it celebrated applications for occupancy on

ducted by the Florida Law En. the evening in the final minuteto 80 new memberships, bring putting its 10 millionth telephonein December 1, Executive Director
forcement Academy. The seminar register a 19.12 win over the service.
Jack Abbott said
today. Mr. Ab
ing the total to date of 155 for I
Included discussions In the Flasches of St. Joseph. the bott said he will be In his office
of civil law and procedure, Bunnell took he opening year. Luncheon ceremonies In Pen-
area The membership drive from 8 to 11 a. m., Monday thru
executions, kickoff and marched 69 was sacola commemorated the'
serving: writs and yards Friday. He said he will be in Ft
sponsored to create better
a relation achievement, which marks the
and other forms of civil process. for their first score with Walton I Lauderdale October 9 thru 11
I attending
between the
One of the highlights of the Coward going over from the two parents, most rapid period of telephone
teachers and the school. The growth in the company's 87-year a Housing Authority
program was a panel forum consisting yard line. His extra point at. Conference.Date .
Committee wants to express their history. While Southern Bell
of guest instructors who tempt was blocked. I operated for the completion of the
thanks and appreciation to
answered questions and discussed Neither ;team was able to sustain -. 50 years before Installing project Is set for November 24.
for the fine
everyone cooperation Its one millionth telephone, its
problems presented by the a drive during the remainder in the drive. I This will give 72 rental units in
last million achieved In less
was
of the first half and the score
class. i addition to the office build
new
Mrs. Steflik said member.
than 20 months.A .
Instructors In. at halftime stood at 60.
Featured guest
ing, and Community .
ships will be sold at the November building.The
commemorative tel
special
eluded Mr. Lucian Hindery, St Joseph evened the countin
:
Community building will include
21 meeting which will be in.
ephone was installed at the
Alachua County Sheriffs Department 'the third quarter when ArthurRunk's a kitchen And witha
stage
the Cafeteria at 8 p. m. Membership luncheon over which a long distance -
Richard Flag- to Bobby Eutsler
Captain pass seating capacity of 67.
'
Sheriffs Department connected covering 58 yards. cards received during; call was received from
Dade County There will
er, also be a sewerage
the drive will be distributed at
Southern Bell President FrankM.
Mrs. Elizabeth Coon- The extra point was missed by this meeting. plant that will take care of 150
Malone in Atlanta. Receivingthe
Sheriffs Department Cox.
er, Brevard County Reddy families or 600 people.
Mrs. Leonard Schulz The Bulldogs rallied and Room prizes won in the drive call was Finis Morgan, director
State will also be presented at this of nylon manufacturing at
who is attending Florida marched steadily downfield onlyto

University, Mr. P. A. Brown, Jr., I be halted by a penalty on the meeting. the Textiles Division of Monsanto Potato

of Phillip Barton and Associates, St. Joe four yard line. The Flashes I I in Pensacola. Later in the day,

Gainesville, Florida; and Mr. punted out of trouble temper: Short Courses the commemorative telephone ForecastOn

Florida Governmental arily however, Cowart promptlyhit was installed in the Textiles
Henry Connor, I' the national scale potato
Accounting Services, Wade Thornton on a ten Announced plant. A small plaque attachedto
production this fall is expectedto
Florida.County yard and Thornton scooted the special telephone carried
Tampa, pass total 203 million .
I 48 yards for a touchdown "Hum of the Hive," a news the Inscription, "Commemorating hundredweight

Cowarts pass for the extra point letter of interest to beekeepers, Ten Million Telephones in down 5 precent from
1965 but 7
Board failed and Bunnell let 12-6. is published monthly by the Agricultural Service-September 29, 1966, 1960.64 percent above the
Extension Service. Southern Bell Telephone and average The :5 percent
St. Joe aided of
by a couple
I decrease in
Has Routine Any beekeeper Interested In being Telegraph Company." poundage is in line
penalties, moved the ball to the I with the Florida forecast
Bunnell five where the Bulldogsheld placed on the mailing list I After thanking Morgan for released. recently

Meet MondayThe magnificently. The Joy was should contact the County Agent, representing Florida In the com
Growers in
I. the Eastern States
Courthouse. memoratlve activities, Malone
short lived however as on the indicate their
Board of County Commissioners second play from scrimmage the Announcing the Twelfth Annual spoke to the luncheon gathering fall-crop tonnage

meeting in its monthly ball was fumbled and the Flashes Nurserymen and ., fJP.etl.noj a loudspeaker ar will be. up moderately from last

session Monday, transacted only recovered on the eight. Euts Short Course, October 13.Growers/rangement'conn cted to the tel year primarily due to a big crop
/ In Maine. However
prospective
routine business.It George Washington ephone.
ler then, In two plays, knottedthe I output is off tenth in both the
a
heard Michael Murray urge count at 12.12 on an end sonvile; the Eighth "You can be proud of what is Midwest and
West.
the board to speed up the master run. Cox's conversion attempt chid Growers Short Course October -, being accomplished in your Production
in Idaho, where half the
plan for Bunnell Airport. was blocked by Jack Knight. 15.16, McCarty Auditorium, state," he said. "Florida's contribution over
Is used for food
Board member Louis Steflik told With ony 1:35: remaining on the University of Florida; the Eleventh -I to the economic growthof is crop estimated 18 processing smaller,

Mr. Murray that the commissioners clock, it seemed as if Bunnellwas Annual Swine Field Day the South has been a real and than last and percent the State'scrop

were waiting on action by destined for another tie and Short Course, October 7, at valuable one." Malone also told is late.Western year.

the engineers and the federal game, however, the Bulldogswere the Florida Swine Evaluation the guests that, "Whether we prices Increased during

agency concerned, pointing out not through. Walton Cowart Center, Live Oak; and the State provide good, dependable service
and
that in dealing with federal covered 73 yards on four straight Horticultural Society Meeting, to each customer-and this moderately September above were running earlier.

agencies is far different than carries behind some tremendous I'October 24.27, Miami Beach. will continue to be our goal. a year
Prices In other also Were
dealing with an individual but'I I blocking and scored on a 29 Anyone Interested In further de. Among the guests who spoke above 1965.Senior. areas

would continue: pushing comple- yard run. Bill Harris plunged tails may contact the County briefly were L. E. Rast, Vice

tion fo the plan. | for the extra point ;to make It I Agent. President and General Managerof

Mrs. Aileen Harding who lives i 1912. Seconds later Mike Zlm- Also of interest locally is the Southern Bell in Florida, and Citizens

in the St. Johns Park community -j merle Intercepted a St. Joe pass meeting of the Florida Cattle Edwin L. Mason Chairman of

presented a petition containing !I and the game was over. men's Association to be held the Florida Public Service Com Elect OfficersAt

approximately 100 names I Walton Cowart and Bill Harris October 12.14 In Panama City. mission. Sam A. Love, Southern

objecting to establishment of ,a stood out on offense but it was Headquarters will be the Holiday Bell manager in Pensacola, introduced Its meeting Tuesday eve

garbage dump near her residence the tremendous team effort and Inn.Deen. the guests. Also attending ning, October 4, in the Municipal

and others in that area. the crisp blocking of Don Moore the luncheon were Public building, Flagler Beach, the

The board agreed to find another and Dan Cody and others that Holds Service Commissioners Jerry Flagler Senior Citizens Club
Family
plot of ground for dumping. made the victory possible. W. Carter and William T. Mayo elected the following officers to

Agreed to pave certain streetsin I This week Coach Reynoldsand and other governmental and civic serve for the 1966.67 year: Lynn
Reunion At Fort
Flagler Beach with that mu his Bulldogs travel to Baldwin leaders. Clary, chairman; Gilbert Krier,

nicipality furnishing materials. Florida has been instrumentalin vice-chairman; Mrs. Lois Stanton -
for important St. Johns
an
The city would pay for all costs River Conference Clinch Sunday Southern Bell's climb to ,the secretary; Martin Fuelling,

except some shell and county j game. Approximately 120 attended 10 million mark. According to treasurer; and Miss Elsie Sheriff
persons
machines and labor. |I I To insure that the food product the annual reunion of Florida Vice President and General registrar. Clary, Fuelling and

Manager Becker of Washington ,i is always of the same quality, the Deen Family held at Fort Manager L. E. Rast, Southern Miss Sheriff succeed themselvesIn
Oaks State Park asked the I I Bell has 1,961,950 telephones office. Krier, vice-chairman,
the food Industry is using computers Clinch State Park Sunday. Representatives
board to furnish used culvert)I to maintain standards. from Baxley, Way- 'I in operation In the state, succeeds Mrs. Irma Parker, and

pipe in the park in a mosquito I] which Is an increase of 120 Mrs Stanton, secretary, succeedsMrs.
The flour, cakes mixes, sausages, cross, Georgia, Bunnell, Gaines I percent .
control ditch. The park service spices, and ice cream that you ville, Jacksonville and Fernan- I. over the number ten years Kay Swayze. The officers

would pay $75 toward the cost. I buy today are the same as you dina were present. I ago. About 16,000 Southern Bell will be installed at the next

The Flagler County Board of employees work In 95 exchangesIn meeting, October 18.
bought last week or will buy Guest speaker for the meetingwas
The club also heard the first
Public Instruction offered to the state.
I next week, say home economists Folks Huxford of Homer-
give to the county two old I with the Florida Agricultural ville, Georgia. He gave a historyof reading of proposed changes in
its bylaws. There will be
school buses that are worn out. Extension Service. the Deen family. Officers of City Commission a sec.
ond reading after an interval of
The county board advised Supt. the association presented the
Coy Harris to recommend to the them for sale as the county does coat of ,at least one, month, when the
family arms.
Bids for
school board, that, they advertise I not want them. Those from Bunnell attending Opens upon.proposed changes will be voted

Included Mr. and Mrs. W. Air
FOOTBALL SCHEDULE ConditioningThe
BUNNELL HIGH W. Deen Sr., and Delores; Mr.
Hard work is
probably a good
1966 and Mrs. Z. G. Holland; Mr. and Bunnell City Commissioners
thing for mankind, but there are

October 7 ..............................Baldwin ...................Away* Mrs. Curtis Deen and Susan and opened bids for aircondition- many people who want very

October 14 ............................D & B ........................Home. Mimmie; Mr. and Mrs. Rob Deen; in the Civic Center at their little of the good thing.
Air Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cowart meeting Monday evening. No
October 22 (Sat. 2 p. m..Florida Academy Away

October 28 ........................Father Lopez ...........Home* and Chuck, Rob, and Edle; Mr. action was taken at that time study the bids.A .

November 4 ..........._..........Oviedo .......................Away and Mrs. Milton Weatherington and they decided to continuethe request was received from

November 11 ........................Hastings ....................Home. and children; Mr. and Mrs. meeting "to next Monday the American Legion asking the

November 18 ........................Callahan .................Home Duane Deen; Mrs. Wilda Cobb night so they will have time to City to install a flag pole on the
and Dalon Cobb; Mrs. Amorette I football stadium

ALL GAMES START AT 8:00 P. M. EXCEPT AS INDICATED Wells, Mrs. Virginia Wyndam, ren; Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Wads- They also took action on closing
I
CONFERENCE GAMES INDICATED Mrs. Lorraine Black and child. worth and Cherry. : alleyway in block 56.T. .



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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, October 6, 1966



. It's 'Senior County Courthouse, in the court training. The examination is
Testing
I room, from 9:00: to 11:00 a. m., I open to seniors of Bunnell and
I
October 11, 1966. The scholarships Carver High Schools.IN .


Call On Us Time Again HereIt's I all will expenses cover all or for practically teacher ; TUB CIRCUIT COURT OFFLAULKR


testing time again for j training, practical nurse train I 'OUNTY. FLORIDA

seniors at Bunnell and Carver ing, and professional nurse RALPH IV CIIANCKKV J. SMITH NO., 0368

High Schools. The Florida VII, Plaintiff,

Twelfth Grade State Tests will VIOLET L. SMITHbetf'nda.nt.

be given at the two schools on O. F. ALTORD NOTICE TO DKFENU
When I THE STATE OK FLORIDA TO:
October }3. I Registered VIOLET U SMITH)'

The battery of tests Is design. I Real Estate Broker II Fort 1320 Anderson Myers, Florida Avenue
i
ed to evaluate achievement in I You are hereby notified that a
of social studies I null has been filed against you In
the areas English, i i Bunnell, Florida the above entitled cause; and you

science, mathematics, and fA. I are hereby required to file your
I answer with the Clerk of this
apitude. A total percentile score Court, and to serve copy thereofupon
is used for counseling seniors IN TUB COUNTY jmnn'i COt'LIT I the plaintiff ra plaintiff's attorney
You Need IN AND FOR FLAKLKR COl'N.TV whose name and address is:
about college admission, choiceof STATE OF FLORIDA. IN I DONALD E. BUCK
I' rilORATK. Case No. 785 108 St. George Street
career, and other important IN RE: Estate of St. Augustine, Floridanot
vocational and educational I HARRY CLEGO I later than October 29th, A. D.,
Deceased. 1966.
problems. It is also a criterion NOTICE OF FILING} PETITION If you fail to do so, decree pro
freshman FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF confesso will be entered againstyou
admission
used for to the
EXECUTOR for the relief demanded in the
classes of state colleges; Notice Is hereby given that I I bill of complaint. The nature of
have filed my final returns as Ex- said suit being for
and Universities. The present ecutor of the Estate of filed DIVORCE

cut-off score set by the Board of I. CLEGO, Deceased for distribution; that I have and for WITNESS my hand and seal of
GOODPrinting my petition said Court this 23rd day of September
Regents is 300. A possible score I I final discharge, and that on 10th A. D. 1966.
November, 1966, I will apply to the
of 495 can be achieved.It Honorable T. K. McKnight, County rOECl'rk MoO
Judge of Flagler County, Florida, (Official Seal said
cannot be stressed too muchto for approval returns Circuit Court

parents and to seniors that, and forfinal gdearalft. distribution- By /B/ Deputy Joyce Patrick Clerk

although very Important, the fd of the : nd rHi'1tRcFf.. Sept. 29, Oct. 6, 13. 20-4tc
Deceased.
scores made on this test batteryare Dated Oct. 4th. 1966. IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH -

not the only criteria used to JOHN ExecutorOct. A. CLEGO AND FOR JUDICIAL FLAGLBR CIRCUIT COUNTY.IN

evaluate potentialities for college 6, 13 20. 27. 4tc.NOTICE. FLORIDA.IN .
CHANCERY. No. B366.
admission or other endeavors. WILLIAM HAMELMANN

A number of other qualities, 1. Plaintiff,
[ TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: S...
such as school interest and You will take notice that the JANE HAMELMANN,
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Defendant
school citizenship, and recom- OF FLAGLER COUNTY. NOTICE TO DEFEND
mendation of the principal FLORIDA, in accordance with the THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO
provisions of Sections 336.09 and JANE S. HAMELMANN
teachers, and others, are very 336.10. Florida Statutes 1965. upon P. O. Box 17
the Petition of CLAUDE A. WHIT- JACKSON, MISSOURI
important.The AKER. will at 9:00: a. m. on the 7th You are hereby notified that a
day of November, 1966 at its meetIng suit has been filed against you in
room In the County Court HouseIn the above entitled cause; and you
OFFICE FORMS Florida Twelfth Grade Bunnell. Florida, consider and are hereby required ktooflhr.o'8'o answer
; determine whether or not the County with the t7
State Tests will be given to sen- will vacate abandon discontinue and to serve a copy thereof upon

iors of Bunnell and Carver High renounce and disclaim any right the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
of the County and of the PublicIn whose name and address Is:
ENVELOPESINVOICES School Thursday, October 13th. and to the following described W. L. WADSWORTH
land or Interest therein acquired bya P. O. Box 896
The battery of tests is given each gift and dedicated for street, alleyway Bunnell. Floridanot

year to all seniors in the state. road or highway purposes: later than October 29, 1966.
The South 200 feet, when If you fall to do so. decree pro
State colleges and universities I j measured at right anglesto confesso will be entered against
the south line thereof of you for the relief demanded in the
, use the results of this test as that part of Section 40, bill of complaint. The nature of
one criterion for college en Township 10 South of Range said suit being for divorce.
31 East, lying east of the WITNESS my hand and seal of
LETTER HEADS trance. The results will be re right of way of the Ocean said Court this 22nd day of September -
Shore Boulevard now designated 1966.
turned sometime in December so as State Road AlA GEORGE M. MOODY

that school counselors may containing 3.25 acres, more (Official Seal) Clerk of said
or less.Subject. Circuit Court
BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS counsel with Individual seniors to that certain per- By /sJoyce Patrick
petual easement for public Deputy Clerk
and parents concerning the re road or h osesgranted Sept. 29, Oct. 6, 13. 20-4tc.
sults. and conveyed by
Earl Moody, joined by his IV TilE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH -
wife, Annie Mabel Moody JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
to Flagler County, a politIcal FLOHIDA. IN AND FOR FLAG
Senior Career or College Day
subdivision of the LER COUNTY IN CHANCERY...
will be observed at Bunnell State of Florida by ease No. R371.
ment deed dated October IN HE: Adoption of
BILL HEADS High School on Monday, October 8, 1951 covering a strip of I DAVID JOSEPH WAKE-
10th. from land 50 f 25 I MAN
Representatives va- feet on tChwlrde: of the an adult.
rious colleges and business center line thereof run- NOTICE OF HEARING
RULED FORMS ning In a northerly and TO: CLARENCE RAYMOND WAKE-
school will be present to speak southerly direction, MAN and BERNICE BROWN

briefly to the seniors and to an- the through, across and over unknown.WAKEMAN, whose residence Is
above described land
swer any questions they may said center line being 475 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
TICKETS and TAGS feet east of and paralleled I that a petition for the adoption have concerning admission to with the center line of said the white, male, adult DAVID
respective institutions. Arthur State Road AlA as recent- JOSEPH WAKEMAN. was filed in
ly surveyed and plotted by the above cause on the 26th day of
McDaniel, Senior Class President the State Road Department I September 1966. by EZRA JOSEPH
CHAFFEE and MARGARET B.
will appoint a committee for arj j I ALL INTERESTED PAR- CHAFFEE. and you are hereby
CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS TIES are asked to appear commanded to be and appear In the
rangements.The
and be heard at the time above-named court on or before
I and place above specified. the 8th day of November. 1966 to
DatedOF 1966. show cause, If any there be, why
State Teachers and Nurs- COUNTY COMMIS the petition for adoption should not
SIONERS OF FLAGLER COUNTY be granted.
ing Scholarship Loan Examina-I FLORIDA DATED this 26th day of September -
tion will be given at By it: sAlfred R. Tucker 1966.
( ) Chairman.Oct. : GEORGE M. MOODY
6. rte Clerk of ...IA Court
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(Circuit Courts Seal)
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOIl TAX DEEDS / By / / Joyce Patrick I

Notice Is hereby given that Alfred R. Tucker Deputy Clerk
the holder of the
Sept. 29-Oct. 6, 13, 20-4tc
following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax be
issued thereon. The certificate number and of dthO
year Issuance, de IN TilE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
scription of the and the
property name In which it was assessed IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY -

We Don't Do The MostPRINTING' are aa Certificate follows: No. 3: Year of Issuance 1963; Description of Property: IN RE. 'tOHIDA.: Estate of IN PROD ATE.

8H Tr 1 die Tr 3 Elk 6 St. Johns Development Co. Sub; Sec. 36, Twp THEODORE H. WEBER.
12, lire 29 E. 20 acres. Assessed to: B. Coppersmith. Deceased.
In addition to the above the following certificates are outstand AlIN riorO CREDITORS
ing on said property: of the estate of
CERTIFICATE NO. YEAR HOLDER THEODORE H. WEBER, deceased.
3t 19(5 W. M. Walker are hereby notified and
file ::3Izglg
11 19(4 Alfred It. Tucker any claim' or
1 1912 Vincent Messina they may have against said estate
13 1X1 Vincent & Angella Messina Jn the office of the county Judge of
Assessed to: B. Coppersmith Flagler County Florida, In the
Also filed for tax deed is the following courthouse at Bunnell. Florida
certificate held
But We Do Some of the Best Sear and Coy O. Harris Jr..: Certificate No. 16; Year of by Issuance John the within' date six calendar months from
1963. Description of property: Lot 2. Blk 168, Bunnell. Florida of the first publication of
to: Mary Kennedy.In ; assessed this' notice. Each: claim or demand
addition to the above the following certificates are must be in writing and must state
on said..property: outstanding the place or residence and post-
CERTIFICATE NO. YEAR office address of the claimant and
HOLDER must: be to by the claimant.
.
61 1966 taro
10 Flagler County his hu attorney, or It will
1965 John Seay A Coy G. Harris, become void according to Uw.
Assessed to Mary Jr. September 2Jth. 1966.
Kennedy.
--ems i { / : Schwenk
Also filed for tax deed Is the following certificate held by Jack sxecutrix of the Estate off
E. Holt, Jr.: Certificate No. 4: Year of Issuance 19(3. Description THEODORE H. WEBER
fIcert.J.ltlt 2. Blk 2, Lake Piston Park Sub.; Assessed to E. H. and o deceased.

Sept. 29, Oct. I, U, 20-4tc
Dial 437-3282 In :addition to the above the following certificates are ouhtand- ?
ing on saJdproperty: IY TIlE COUNTY "TOGE'S COURT
CERTIFICATE NO. YEAR HOLDER IY AND FOR FLAGLER COUN-
10 1966 Charles Trad INTY, FI.ORlDA.nOBA.TE..
12 19(4 O. F. Alford : THEODORE -
31 1962 O. F. Alford II. WEBER

Assessed to: E. H. & Ruby RI tta. NOTICE Decealled.OF PROBATe.

Also filed for tax deee la the following certificate held by Jack SvAifer. PERSONS INTERESTED

:i plf: .rtf'rr cr 1 \\'lcc, \sfOjo! ::; fey.Year of Co.Issuance Sub., Sec: 1963., 31.Description Twp, 12 CEDENTESTATB OF SAID DE-
,
10 E. 10 ure. 'Assessed to: Mable H. ntSil1 are hereby notified that a
In addition"to the above the foUowing'cVrtlhcates instrument to
on said property: are outstandIng be the last will and purporting testament of

TheFlagler CERTIFCXTH NO. YEAR HOLDER said decedent h" been Emitted to
15 1)66 Patricia Purkey probate by In this court. You are here-
S$
I84 Jack E. Holt Jr. monthsdfromthendate: calendar -
Assessed to Mable H. Benton. of the

Florida.All of said property being in the county of Flagler, State of appear first V-caJLon. of court this and notice show to

Tribune Unless such certificates shall be redeemed cause It any you cnwl>y the action -
according to this
described in such certificates law the / court In admitting said
bidder will be sold to the highest will probate
should stand
not
the Court House door on the first Monday in the unrevoked.
November _, which ._ the 7th day of November, 1968. month of
Dated this 29th day of Septem ber. 1966. County Judge Flagler

I (SEAL) GEORGE M. MOODY
I' "7 Clerk of the Circuit Court. First' PubHcJratlonrlSeUptember? 29.
Oct. (, 13, 20, and 27, 1968, 4tc. Flagler County, Florida 1966.
Sep. 29, Oct. 6, 13. 20 4tc.



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Thursday, October__ 1966 _._ .THE ,FLAGLER TRIBUNE_,_BUNNELL, FLORIDA ___.__ FACE THREB
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for the building of safer cars '

Too Late and the use of every safety de. I
vice. I believe that a great many Quantity Rights

accidents occuring today can be I WE GIVE METTS Reserved
To ClassifyBY charged dlrectly'to the lack of ***

standard, nationwide traffic I PRICES GOOD
RUSMU KOT TOP
laws. Thurs., Fri., Sat.,
I The motorist in interstate
While Congress Is concerningitself I travel today finds himself con SUPER MARKET and MondayOct.
with traffic safety and fronted with so many contrary VALUE 6, 7, 8

seems inclined to place the rules and regulations that it is a and 10

blame largely on car manufacturers wonder there are not more ac, STAMPS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Tel. 437-3201
for their failure !to provide cldents.

better safety engineering, they. These rules and regulationsdiffer
might do well to take a hard ; not only from state to U. S. ChoiceCHUCK

look at traffic laws and regulations I state but from city to city. A motorist I Quick Frozen (Grade "A"

throughout the nation. who lives in a community (BAKING) ROAST 53'

where a right turn Is per. I
mited on red forms the habit of
WANT tlADsdLlatlngs following such ruling mechanically HENS S.

but when he enters another ROUND ROAST
community he finds he can BONE Lb' 65e

under this heading are I turn on green only.
3 cent a word each Insertion. Or he may live In a state
75 cents Is the minimum charge I Tender Select .
where a car making a left turn

FOR RENT-3 bedroom unfurn must yield the right of way until I LB
ished house 'In Palm Harbor, all cars coming in the opposite BEEF LIVER Lb. 49"First

Flagler Beach. Contact W. E. direction have passed.

Fennell, Jr. Phone 439.2181.Oct. Now suppose he is traveling in CutPORK
6, Itc interstate. He enters a state
where a driver turning left whois
WANTED ADULT WOMAN to in the intersection first has the CHOPS Lb. 49"n
help with housekeeping and I
right of way. He need not stopto
child care. Telephone 439.24771! let the on-coming cars go by. FLO-CANE Juicy
or stop at Morrison, Central and .
As he approaches an intersection All
4th, Flagler Beach. Oct. 6, ltc SUGAR
he is amazed to see a car MEAT STEW L6. 69u.

DRESSMAKING, Mrs. A. Heln\ making a left turn directly
1301 North Central Avenue, across the path of his car.

Flagler Beach. Oct. 6, 2tc In some states the motorist is
forbidden to pass another car 5 Lb. U. S. CHOICE STEAKS
FOR SALE- Two basswood where there is a solid yellow

patio shades, cords Included, line to the right of the center T-Bone ...Ib. $1.09 Round .........Ib. 99c

$3 each. Two boat winches, 3 to strip. He will find that in the Bag Sirloin .......Ib. 99c Family. .....Ib. 69c

1 and 6 to 1 ratio, $12 for both. next state he enters, such a lineis Chuck. .......Ib. 6Sc Cube ...........Ib. 89c
Cletus Strauser, Flagler Beach. only precautionary and he

106ltc. may pass If in his Judgment he

can do so safely. In another
FOR SALE-3 bedroom house. Limit (1) with $5.00
or more
Lean Pork Lbs.
state the line may be at the
Would consider trade for house food order BONES 5 $100NECK
side instead of in the center of
trailer. 320 Palm Drive, Flagler
the road and if the driver fails RIB .
Beach. 106ltp. 4'Lbs.
to notice it and passes the car $100TIPS
LINDSAY WATER SOFTENER ahead he gets a ticket.If Folger's (All Grinds) PIG Lbs. $

Sales and Service, parts. See yel you will check statistics of FEET .-jrOO

low page add in your present automobile accidents you will COFFEELb. OCEAN Lbs.
phone book. Volusla Water find fourteen percent of the fatal MULLET 4 $4TOO

Clinic, Port Orange. Phone 767- accidents occuring in the nation
1641. Oct. 63tp. involve out.of-state drivers, most
of whom were confused and did GROCERY BARGAINSKraft
HOUSE FOR SALE- with 1.5 not understand local traffic reg .

acres improved land, CB-2-BR, ulations. 6 oz.
39
bath, built In kitchen. Located
It seems to me that It would Jar
five miles west of Bunnell off not be too difficult to work outa Tin MUSTARDLyke's ge

highway 100. Call David J. Burn standard set of traffic regulations
sed in Gainesville at 3760619. that would be uniform on 300 Can I

Oct. 6-TF nationwide basis which would with Cns
enable a the motorist to drive Limit (1)) with $5.00 or more CHILI BEANS Z 550
HOUSE FOR SALE-2 story food order
frame house, 200 North Railroad safely with the assurance that Delmonte 14 .
in his oz.CATSUP
the regulations applying
street. Inquire after 7 p. m.
Phone 4373580. Oct. 6 TF state nation.also apply throughout the MONOGRAM (Long Grain) 2 BtI. 490

FULL SIZE BED springs and Such uniform laws it seems to
Scott (Jumbo) White
mattress, $10.0. Baby Crib with me would go a long way toward
RICE
mattress, $12.50. Jerry's Furniture helping to solve our present ac TOWELS 3For $100
and Appliances. Old Dixie cadent record. We should do every

Highway, 2 miles south of Korona. I thing in our power to eliminate .
Phone 4373752. Oct. 6-ltc the confusion that exists FRESH PRODUCECello

i today. 3Lb9 CrilPCARROTS
HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bedrooms Even the signals motorists are

with swimming pool close to I called on to use differ in different 2pk". 25c
states. We learn to extend
school and beach. Call Meekins,
I
4392006. 922tf. the arm horizontally for a left Bag Fresh

I.turn or upward for a right turn,

HOUSE FOR RENT-Downstairs !downward for a stop or slowdown GREENS Bunch 29c

completely furnished. AlA and i but it may surprise you to
'know that In states sig
9th Street, Flagler Beach. Call some BAKERY DEPT.
differ
nals
Mrs. Bob Nolan, 749.2309, Seville, drastically.
Fla. 922tfc. Everfresh Big 20 oz.

FOR SALE-2 bedroom home, I'CHANGES IN Baking SWEETPOTATOES WHITE BREAD 4 Loaves 950
PIG SALES
garage, on. waterfront, tile roof, ,
All sold In future Graded
central heat, 128 Palm Circle, pigs Regular Size
: Pig Sales will have to be consigned -
Flagler Beach, terms, Cletus WHITE
and in the ands of the Loaves
BREAD S
Strauser. Sept. 15, tfc. 95eDAIRY
. county agent In the county where Lbs.
FOR SALE-2 bedroom, living the sale is to be held by noon, 4 For

room, bath, kitchen home in the Monday, prior to the sale on Friday .
Hlllcrest Beach. to Kenneth L. ,
area, Flagler according
Table,
ISOLID'
Ready
Phone 4392137. 91tf.. Durrance, animal husbandman, '
Florida Agricultural Extension OL&) P Lb.
SEPTIC TANK: Cleaning; drain :Service. 39. k ;. 3ge
fields installed; Rota-Roter snail
I notification be made
This
may
shell. Reasonable prices. Call Pillsbury (Canned.) ,.
:either by letter or telephone by
George Jarosz, 437.3410 8-1-tf .any county agent to the respective BISCUITS 4 Cans 3ge

"" agent where the sale Is to

JOHNSTON'S be held, Durrance said.
consigned after Mon.
Any pigs

LOTS FLACLZB, HOMES BEACH, OCEAN REALTY FRONT CO., day noon of the week. of the sale NOW OPEN 6 FULL DAYS A WEEK
will not be accepted.All
WATER FRONT, FARMS,
ACREAGESee future sales start at 3 p. m. Monday...............8:00 to 7:00 p. m. Thur.day..8:00 to 7:00 p. m.

n* for YOU real estate needs Durrance said. Tue.day..BOO to 7:00 p. m. Friday....................8:00 to 8:00 p. m.
These new regulations will be
Office Phone HE 9.2242 Wedne.day..8:00 to 7:00 p. m. Saturday..8:00 to 8:00 p. m.
enforced at all future sales, be. I
Residence Phones ID 7.3691
ginning with the next scheduledone
ID 7.3517
or
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I can prepare plants 'for winter cold damage Is to grow only I

I TiaLLich punishment. cold hardy plants.As II I RENEW YOUR
Plants different treat
require
example, if poinsettias for I DRIVER'S LICENSE
ment than fickle husbands because Q
a Christmas Is your goal and they DURING YOUR
they must develop hard
melted to the ground by
are
I ening of the arteries to stay BIRTH MONTH ,
BOY SCOUT TROOP 495 FLAGLER BEACH alive. frost three years out of four before I

GIRL SCOUTS VISIT the holiday, quit worrying
ON THE MARCH RAINBOW SPRINGS So have a heart plant-wise about the plant.It I FIRST BAPTIST
and harden ornamentals so i CHURCH
Saturday, October 8, at 1 p. m. The Girl Scouts of Troop 702 your and I
they won't succumb during the may save you money 3rd and N. Central St.
Scouts working for Swim. and 968 had to
delightful
Boy a trip
first cold snap. Start the processnow an ulcer to buy a potted poin- Flagler Beach. Florida
and Life Saving Merit Rainbow Saturday,
ming Springs on
I as it may take two monthsto setia each year. Rev. Max HalL Pastor
Badges will meet at Grady October 1st with their leader,
do the Job. Also, rememberthat 9:45 a. m..Sunday School
to the pool at Lara If enjoy the hard work attempting
Prathers, to go Reynolds. you
even frost-hardy shrubs can and the 11:00 a. m.........Morning Worship
Bunnell at the Mil-ton Motel. to save plants
The girls enjoyed picnlcing be killed if they are full of tender 7:30 m..Evening Worship
Plans are being made for a and hiking on the beautiful lamenting each year when tended
shoots. 7:30
Wednesday : p. m., Prayer
Board of Review at the Scout ornamentals are killed by the
grounds and sightseeing on the
Ice likes to form in tender, Meeting.
Room for Thursday, October 20 glass bottom river boat and the first freeze, then continue to
watery stems. The tiny, sharpice -
at 7 p. m. Several advancements unusual submarine boat. cell walls plant coleus and similar plants.
crystals puncture
waiting. Those enjoyng the trip were and spell doom to plants. But If the weatherman becomes 3 GAL. FOR $5.00
We will begin immediately to Kathie Prevatt, Betty McNitt, your arch enemy two
The first step in hardening QUALITY PAINT
plan for the Fall Camporee, to out of three, perhaps you
Vickie Smith, Gay Powers, Rose years
tender shoots is to cut out rich R. %'. Yeoman, Ormond Beach
be held at Camp La-no-che, No. should change planting
Mary Miller, Minnie Miller, foods like nitrogen Better yet, your Corner Hand Ave. U1. S. 1 ;
vember 18, 19, and 20. Wonderful habit. It Is a safe bet that, even
Sharon Spivey, and her cousin stop feeding the plants entire II 677.8020 9 a. m. till 5:30:

program. Debroah, and Peggy and Patty ly. If you are the average gardener If you changed weathermen, L (Come In and see It made) I
The Fall Round-up is already Reynolds, and their house guests, you have already overfed you'd still get freezing weather. I (
under way. Boys 11 years old or
Elizabeth and LuAnne Carson of the shrubs all summer.A .
older who wish to be Scouts, Deland.
fairly dry fall, with gradually
come to our meetings on Tues
lowering temperatureswith
day nights at 7 p. m. Come a PVT. JOHN A WATERMAN
:a late Indian Summer, is 24 HourWrecker .
few minutes early.: MAKES EXPERT RATING Service
also helpful in getting plants in
Bob Wallace is planning WITH THE M-14 RIFLE
shape to take the brunt of weather
another Canoeing Trip soon Army Private John A. Water- sent to Florrida from Yan-

COMMUNITY MEMORIAL man,18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie keeland.If Flagler Truck & Tractor; Co.
P. Waterman, Flagler Beach, frost pays a visit before the
CHURCH NEWS Florida, fired expert with the plants have time to harden, cover MASSEY-FERGUSON

Ladies of the Community M-14 rifle September 3 near the them with cloth, wood, strawor Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
Memorial Church will serve a completion of his basic combat sheets of plastic. 1

turkey dinner at the Church's training at Ft. Jackson', S. C. If you use plastic, be sure to VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 '.

Fellowship Hall on Thursday The expert rating is the high. remove the air-tight material Owner Bunnell, Florida
(tonight) beginning at 6 o'clock. est a soldier can achieve on his shortly after frost melts. If it is

The public is Invited and a free rifle qualification test. not removed, the sun's rays can

will offering will be taken. Waterman entered on active broil the plant in its own Juice. ..,.......s&s&fy&yysiZfSfyHART.......:.:.:.::.::f.:.::.::.:.::.:.:.:.::.::.:.:. ::.::.::.::.::.::.::.::.:.:.:.::.::.
Last Sunday during' the Sunday duty last July. Gardeners who attempt to .

School opening session the He is a 1966 graduate of Bun grow subtropical plants above : REFRIGERATION I

following received annual nell High School.Gardening the frost line must expect plant :=:

award pins: 9 year pins, Janet damage or pay a good price for 8

Haines, Pamela and Britt Sheeler. plant protection.If '.4 AND |..

6 year pins to Mickey Slnde- In Florida you have the money, there
lar Scott Craig, and John Wilder.
,
are a number of tent-like :
covers
By Hftrrty Sharp) : |
i on the market. If the cover is r ELECTRIC SERVICE :
Next Sunday at the eleven Plants are like some folks- made of plastic, be sure thereis ,.

o'clock worship service Rev. R'I both may stay out all hours of some way to heat the plant, .: I

W. Dickert, pastor, will bring the night shaking and shimmying because windy, cold nights It.. # Bunnell, Fla. Box 253-A, Rl $:
message on "Why God like go-go girls. is possible for the temperature '4 Phone 437-3698

,some not to reach maturity." I I Humans ejoy their night life, inside plastic covers to drop lower $:

Sunday School begins at 9:45 but plants often do not-particularly than outside temperatures.Some ...*xyxxz+zyx&.......:.::.:.:.:.:.:.::.:.:.:.::.:.:.:.::.............................. ......I
with classes for all ages. : when ornamentals are commercial plant protectors .

shaking from cold winds. feature warm water mist

The Blood Bank at the University Cold winds can injure plants sprayers. Whether your plant NEW TJ'I: raufNr nrorPTnov CIOSES SOON
of Florida's Shands worse than wives who discover covers are home-made or store

Teaching Hospital and Clinics 'that the husband has had a bought, be prepared to use water,

processes about 10,000 units of night on the town. electric heating tapes, or a light

blood a year-twice the amountof There is no way to prepare a bulb to keep the plants cozy on
average community hospitalsof 'wayward husband for what is to the colder nights.

Its size (380 beds). come, but if you start now you Actually, the best way to avoid

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LOCALS Meat loaf




ATTENDS DEDICATION I ATTENDING U. D. C. I Ib. Loaf $189
I' 3
SERVICES AT BOYS MEETING IN I

RANCH SUNDAY JACKSONVILLEMrs.
I

Sheriff and Mrs. P. A. Edmon Leona Knight, Mrs. Z. G. U. S. D. A. Choice
son and Miss Celia Lord were In Holland, Jr., of Bunnell and Mrs.I
Live Oak Sunday to attend the Margaret Cook of St. Augustine, SIRLOINOR

dedication ceremonies of the and Mrs. Dorothy Locke are in T-BONE STEAKS lb. 98
Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch Jacksonville this week attend.
Chapel, Bostwick Memorial Library ing the United Daughters of the

and Nellie G. Laws Memorial Confereracy convention in ses. Lean Western "CENTER CUT"
Building. slon there.

They also visited wdth Douglas .
Hunter of Bunnell who is PORK CHOPS Ea.
WSCS HOLD MEETING 9
living at the Florida Sheriffs
WEDNESDAY MORNINGThe
Boys Ranch.
I Womans Society of Chris-
Lean WesternPORK
tian Service of the Bunnell Meth.
LINDA DAWN YELVINGTONMr.
and Mrs. Richard L. Yel- odist Church met Wednesday
morning for their business and
STEAKS
vington are the parents of a program meeting.The Ib. 59'Lean

daughter born September 3, at topic of the program was
the Halifax She weigh.
Hospital.
"The Church and People with
ed seven pounds 4 ounces and .
Special Needs" In charge of the
has been given the of Linda .
name
program was Mrs. R. W. Cody, Fresh Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SLAB
Mrs. is the
Dawn.
Yelvington Mrs Doris Tucker, Mrs. Bill Deen,
former Diane Greene of Bunnell Mrs. Gordon Buckles, Mrs. Oliver GROUND BEEF SMOKED BACON

Taylor and Mrs. George Clegg.

RETURNS TO STATESMr. The group voted to give $15.00to 3 Ibs. $4r59| Ib., 6ge
the work of the Tampa Settlement .
and Mrs. Daniel Rodgers Sliced Free
'. and three children, left last week I A book review was discussed
and the date will be se
for Pine Bluff, Arkansas where
Mr. Rodgers will be stationed at I lected at a later date. Western SelectBEEF
the Pine Bluff Army Arsenal. Mr. Hostesses were Becky Clegg I
and Evelyn Cook.
Rodgers is the son of Mr. and LIVER Ib.
Mrs. A. C. Rodgers of Bunnell. 49'OX
The British Museum In Lon
They had enjoyed a visit here
don preserves the Rosetta Stone,
enroute to Pine Bluff.
the Elgin Marbles, a First Folio
Daniel was a member of the
edition of Shakespeare's plays,
U. SL Armed Forces during World OX TAIL -NECK

while War 2 in and Japan took to enter his discharge the civil that and it so inspired many an other oft quoted treasures re TURKEY NECKS-RIB 4 Ibs............................... $1 I
mark: "Lucky are those who are
service. He has been stationedin
J unmarried, independent, and
Japan and Korea since that Golden Harvest No. 303 Can .
I I I living near the British Museum.
:
time. For
TOMATOES 8 $1 CRISCO OIL

Mrs. Waldo West is visiting in I I-- TO PIACS
Blue Plate Pint Jar
WIPER AD
MacClenny with her sister. Dur II
ing the weekend they enjoyeda SAVING YouNCrwAHrEr MAYONNAISE Ea. 33e 38 :
family reunion at the home of I Ii49

her sister. 48
Lipton'sTEA ct. Pkg.

Ea. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Black- BAGS 49c
well have returned to their

home in Montgomery, Alabama Carton of 50
after a visit of two weeks with BooK Ea. DAIRY SPECIAlMra. -
Mr. and Mrs.- Alfred Tucker and MATCHES 100 :

family. Filbert'i (In Qlrf.)
Glade 7 oz. Can lb.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Blakely andJ. AIR Ea. OLEO 290
S. Bray were recent visitors In FRESHNER 4ge
Ft. Pierce with Mrs. J. W. I BAY,THIS IS Wisconsin DAISY "RAP'

Knowles and family. FACT SERVIcE/ CHEESE lb. 63e


r MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT
DAVID LEE JOHNSONMr. i

and Mrs. Bud Johnson are o COFFEE FROZEN FOODS -

the parents of a seven pound 8%
ounce son born, September 26. Morton's 20 oz. Size
He has been given the name of 6 oz. 6ge APPLE AND Ea.
David Lee. Mr. Johnson is with Jar PEACH PIES Zge

the Forestry Service at the tower -
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Mrs. Paul's
9
on Highway 1. oz. Pkg.

FISH STICKS Ea. 390
Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.
_
FRESH PRODUCE
M. A. Weatherington, were her I -
aunts, Mrs. Mary Close and Mrs.
Agnes Close of Ramsey, N. J. Golden RipeBANANAS
They are sister in laws of the lb.
fOe TIDE
late Gladys Deen. t

1 lb. Cello BAG
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Clegg and Size
Reg.
Mrs. Helen Sullivan were in Mi CARROTS Ea. 10e 2 Boxes 39
ami this week attending the Ap I
parel Mart held there this week.
They are from the Land and Sea Prompt Service Juicy SeedlessGRAPES Limit 2 with $5.00 or more food order
lb.
Fashions of Bunnell. 19C
The Flagler Tribune

Mrs. Alvin Salyerds of East rhODe 437-3282
Palatka left Saturday to fly to .
Karlsruhe, Germany to Join her
husband who is stationed there
with the U. S. army. He has been mbt 1 1I111glrr Sribunr

stationed there since March of
his year. He is the son of Mr. BUNNELL FLORIDAMRS.

I and Mrs. Tommy Salyerds of M B. FULLER. Editor -- iI1I :
Bunnell.
I D"'pt 19.1"1. fer' 'an gill!
lAp' AarertUI
Ruth Hunter recently underwent .
a appendectomy at the Entered M second cUM matter
.. lit. at tbs -
February pcytofflce
Bunnell General Hospital. at Bunnell. Florid, under Phone 437-3227
Act of March I. 1171 OPEN SUNDAYS
U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL
of Mr. and'Mrs.. Nage 8:00 suml:00
Guest p.m.
........ =2.10
Miss Joan Oae year -- -
Abraham Is her niece, Pa. IUs a.eatr.----lL2 Quantity Rights Referred Prices Good Oct. 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10, 1966
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I Books Are My Dish /46 Florida Counties I It you have a teenage boy
MEDICAREQUESTIONS around the house, your grocery
By Dorothy Romans bill should be large. A boy 15.20

and The Flagler Woman's Club I Have Approved I years old eats more than other RuBBE sST
has given to the Flagler Beach members of the family. A
ANSWERSThere Public Library, a two volume week's groceries for a teenageboy
I
Assessment
Rolls
I
i copy of Milton Cross' Encyclopedia costs abuot $11.20 comparedwith
of the Great Composersand $9.00 for his father. And
are many questions their music, which Is In Tax assessment rolls of six that's using the moderate-cost

asked about Medicare every day. memory of Theodore Weber. It more counties have been food plan, home economists with
approved
As a public service this news is a pleasant coincidence that the Florida Agricultural Extension -I Prompt Service
upping to 46 the total
paper has inaugurated a weekly this book should have arrived Service point out. The Flagler TribunePhone
column of questions and 'answers the same week that the Metropolitan number with rolls meeting a

on Medicare. It you have Opera opened In its new State Supreme Court order for ii"< ",... 437.3282

questions not answered In this headquarters at Lincoln Center. full market value assessment. I PETERSON TEXACO ,
column you can get answers by For all things musical and theatrical The report was Issued today SERVICE
writing to P. O. Box 1391, Day- had interest to Mr. I RENEW YOUR
an by William Corbett, Tallahassee I
tona Beach, Florida.Q. Weber as those who knew him coordinator for the special as. ROAD SERVICE DRIVER'S LICENSE S*4.

Just what records shouldI either well, or slightly, will sessment division of the State Light Phone 437.3441 Mechanic, Work DURING YOUR "
keep so that I can file a claim agree. As well as being a musician Comptroller's Office. I :ZunntU DIRT!!MONTH ''

for doctor bill Insurance under he was also a teacher. And Corbett said the latest addItions
medicare? he had that ability of the real to the approved list are:

A. Keep the receipted bills teacher to make you do more I;Citrus, Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson
than you thought you ever I Levy and Madison
sent to you by your doctor or could. He also had a love and BROWN & BROWN INC.
provider of medical services. The More than two-thirds of Florida's
understanding of the stage. I I
show address 67 counties now have assessment
bill should your name
presume, perhaps, to speak
date and the type of services rolls complying with a INSURANCE:
about Mr. Weber because I did i p
I
June 1966, ruling of the
provided. not know him well, but he impressed 'I Supreme
Court which decreed statewide
Q. When should- file' sucha me as one whose life assessments at full cash value. OUR PHONE NUMBER IS
claim? was rich in musical interests, !
and that he had an Innate kind. Corbett praised the cooperation
A. Whenever you wish, but ness and an unruffled calm the special assessment division 437-3394
we believe that most people will had received from county
even in situations that challenged -
prefer to wait until their bills go it. assessors and their staffs.
over $50.00 since no paymentcan
David Ewen, the author of Counties previously listed as
be made until expenses are I
books on music and itsform having approved rolls are:
many
more than $50.00. Also, by waitIng -
worked with Mr. Cross on Alachua, Baker, Bradford,
you avoid filling out extra CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
claims forms.Q. this book. Mr. Cross having been Brevard, Broward, Calhoun,
official commentator for the Charlotte, Collier Dade, Desoto,
.
R. CHUG, Funeral Director
If I have to enter the hose Metropolitan Opera since 1935. Dixie, Flagler, Franklin, Gads-
pital, and assuming that the Many of you have heard of him den, Gllchrlst, Hamilton, Hardee JOHN CAPO Manager

hospital is a participating hospital on radio. All music lovers shouldsee Hendry, Lafayette, Lake, Leon, AIR
will I have to pay the this book, now on displayat Liberty .Manatee, Martin, Mon. CONDITIONEDCHAFEL LADY OXYGEN
hospital $40.00 before they will the Library with magazines roe Nassau, Orange, Palm Beach I ATTENDANT I EQUIPPED

accept me as a patient.A. about the new opera house in Polk, Putnam, Sarasota, Semi- AMBULANCES
New York City. The book has the nole, St Johns, Sumter, Suwan-
There is a $40.00 deduct lives and music of 78 composers, nee, Taylor, Union, Wakulla and Phone ID 7-3532 .
ible connected with the hospital
a Dictionary, of Musical terms Washington. 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA'
Insurance. That Is, the patient .
100 Basic Works for the Record
is responsible for paying the ---- -.
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Library and much more. Some .
first $40.00 of his hospital bill. .
day we hope the Library will 44
Arrangements can be made with
have a record room with separate
the hospitals as to how and booths where you listen to

when this will be paid.Q. your favorite opera, meanwhile

this book will be the .
cornerstone "" .0.
I have a very high drug
\ for such a room.
bill every month. Will my med
ical Insurance-pay for any of Educational '
II The national Association -
this?
reports that the high.
A. Only drugs which must be I est salaries for college and
administered by a doctor are university professors is paid in
covered. Prescription drugs are!I In the Far West; the lowest pay
not covered. Is in the Southeast.

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FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT flame, no fumes. no soot to blacken pots and pans, and no fuel grimeto

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Thursday, October 6, 1966 __ THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVENP.
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,P. & K. Boys League compete teams.during Area half-time championswill at All of Flagler Not I Bunnell. Methodist '1966 "Dollars For


Ready To Go NFL The games 12 national for division finalists honors.will Opened for Clams I ChurchOliver Democrats" DriveIs

Leslie Pache, Competition Director compete at the NFL Play-Off and ( F. Taylor. Pastor)
game for finalists and both of I II Oysters Now UnderwayThe
for Bunnell Punt, Pass I CHRISTIAN WORKERSThe
and Kick to I their parents, will be providedby The Health
competition open i Flagler County Christian church needs a 1966 "Dollars for Demo
the Ford Dealers of
boys 8 through 13, has warned i I America Department reminds interested I variety of workers because there crats" Drive was launched in
that only a few days remain In I In Bunnell, as in all other local persons that with the shellfish are many and varied tasks to be Flagler County September 7 and
which Flagler area boys can register i I competitions, first place winners I season here oysters and clams performed. The Lord endowedthe I will continue until November 7
for this event. Top performers I will receive distinctive! should be harvested from ap- { members of every local con I under the co-chairmanship of
win D. C., Medal of Achievement awards in I waters said Gene !
can a Washington, proved only, I gregation with a variety of talents Mr. George Moody Mrs. J. W.
"Tour of Champions," plus an a blue motif on plush velvet Holly, sanitarian. |I yet some Jobs always go Robinson, Jr. and Mr. Coley D.
appearance at the annual National blue ribbons. Second-place The approved area in Flagler begging for lack of someone Mitchell all of Flagler Beach.
Football League PlayOff awards are red, third-place are County is as follows: The Ma. who cares enough to do them. Sophia Englander Florida "Dol.
game In the Miami Orange white. There will be 18 awardsIn tanzas River waters from Mark. The church of today has a multiplicity lars for Democrats" Chairman
Bowl on January 8, 1967. all-three for each age group. er No. 97 of the Intracoastal of functions if it is to I announced today.
"Registrations will close Friday "I'm sure we're going to havea Waterway south to Marker No. adequately present Christ to the'I "Dollars for Democrats" is a
October 7," Mr Pache great event" said Mr. Pache 109 of the Intracoastal Water world. This is not the time to I nationwide fund-raising driveof
pointed out, "and none can be Competition Director. "I ..know way and eastward to the west bury our talents. The Lord has the Democratic Party to sup
accepted any later, since we the boys have some winners in shore of the river. (Long's Creekis never expected any person to remain port local state and national
must get everything ready for district and area events! I not included in this approval 'the status quo' at the end candidates in the fall elections.Its .
the big program on Saturday, wouldn't be surprised if a Bun. ). of life proclalmlng""Lord, I have aim is to involve large num.
October 8"Headquarters nell boy made that trip to Wash. I The approved area and also not tarnished or disturbed the bers of citizens in the election
for PP&K registration ington D. C." the prohibited area for shellfish talent you have given me." God process and broaden the base of
open to boys eight Mr. Pache said members of harvesting will be posted with expects us to grow and developour campaign financing.BUY .
through 13, Is 'at Bunnell Motor his committee have been busy proper signs. If additional information talents for use in His church.
Co. Registrants must 6e accompanied getting the Bulldog Stadium is desired contact the "Now there are varieties of gifts YOUR MEAT IN QUICK: .
by a parent or guardian. competition site ready for Sat. Flagler County Health Depart but the same Spirit and there AND USABLE QUANTITIESSince
There Is no charge and no spec. urday October 8. Competitors ment. are varieties of service, but the meat takes a big chunkof
ial equipment Is needed. Com will punt pass and place-kick. same Lord and there are varieties the family food dollar every
petitors will vie with others They will be scored a point for The use of parachutes in Mars of working but it is the precaution should be !taken in
.
their own age In punting passing each foot of distance the ball landings will be studied this same God who Inspires them all caring for it properly. Buy it in
and place-kicking distance travels on the fly minus a point summer by the National Aero in every one. 1 Corinthians 12: quick usable quantities unlessit
and accuracy. There Is no body for each foot the ball lands to nautics and Space Administration. 45. is to be frozen. Cold cuts and
contact. the left or right of the center Balloons and sounding cured meats like ham franks
More than 80 boys are eagerly line. Distances will be measuredto rockets will loft parachute- The $2.4 million nuclear bacon and smoked sausage re-
wating the opening gun at 9 the half foot. and half-points equipped capsules 130,000 feet sciences building on the Uni firgerated in their original pack-
. a. m. Saturday when the 1966 awarded or subtracted. to simulate the landing of in. versity of Florida campus pro. age will keep for up to a week
Bunnell Punt, Pass & Kick Com Kenneth Herring and Buddy strumented unmanned capsulesby vides almost a city block of according to meat specialistswith
petition gets under way. Taylor will be the Judges. chute on the red planet. space for nuclear study. the Extension Service.
The public is invited to watch I
these entrants -- -
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and place-kick at the competition m mm
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site, Bunnell Stadium. .$:
The Bunnell area competitors T
will be ,testing their football =1= Y
skills at the same time as thousands

of. other boys their age, ANNOUNCING! 63
eight through 13, compete I. *
throughout the country. Scoresof
the winners in each local : iti$
competition will be mailed to !t'
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will qualify competitors for !$' r iw :
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increasing production costs during aeuute1 off i I The Traveller's Tree at Florida I
UF Agricultural this period. i9.4 ,. I C"press Gardens has leaves

I While farm prices have increased School fiewd I I II Ate KINDS a PEOnu I which always fan out in ani
i east-west direction.
Provost Explains in the last three years, 1- _____
they are still below the 1947 A meeting of the "Future I tit i
Food Prices level even though retail food Bookkeeping and
I Teachers of America" was held
I' prices have Increased over 30 I Income Tax Service
If you're in a stew over rising I percent during this period." I on Thursday, September 29. At R. T. Shockney
food prices, things may not be I I York points out that while the the meeting during the activity I P. 0. Box 842
as bad as they seem. increase in food costs over the period, members discussed our Ormond Beach Florida
I I I Fund. We to
University of Florida Provostfor past two decades might be largely Scholarship plan l Phone 677-4587
Agriculture Dr. E. T. York, attributable to so-called "mid. present possibly two hundred
Jr. said this week, "The average die men" between the farmer dollars to a senior to help him I
:or her through college.
consumer is actually spending and consumer, this does not HASTINGS MATTRESS
a smaller percentage of his In. mean that people who process, Means were discussed of raising i-
come on' food this year than package, transport, and'selltfOOd I money for the .fund. A carwash I I & UPHOLSTRY WORKS
last." products are making unjustified talet show, and a boothin 710-12 Lemon St.
Although retail food prices II profits. the halloween carnival are ''I Palatka. Florida

have increased sharply in (rthe "All of these industries have some of our plans for the year. i Phone- EA 5-9166
last year, York said "the real I i been faced with marked increases We look forward to workingon I Repaired TumJtu: .&Upholstering Refinished
cost of food in relation to income in costs of operationcosts these projects and hope to I i Mattresses & Box Springs
is lower than ever before. which ultimately must be make the F. T. A. Club a successful I i Mad to Order,Also RenovatedCall '
The typical family today spends passed on to the purchaser. one. 1I I Laura Morris 4373233:
about 18 percent of its incomeon Consumers themselves must Carol Townsend, I TUtor 6:00 P. M.
food-the lowest average in share at least some of the blame Reporter. I PRICES REASONABLE
the world. In 1947 this same fam for higher prices. BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
ily spent 26 percent of Its take. When you get rid of the idea Just as near as your
They are demanding higher Phone or Post Office
home pay for food quality products, a wider variety, that your mission is to regulate f Drop Us A Card or Call
From 1940 to 1966, the priceof and more attractive packaging. other people you are in a position Free Pick-up & Delivery
milk doubled. In 1940 it took Changing dietary patterns also to improve yourself. S SS
the earnings of 15 minutes of contribute to larger expenditures wwwwwwwwwwwwwomsuBE
labor to buy one quart of milk.It for example, the con Total admissions to the Uni
now takes less than 8 minutes. sumption of more fruits and versity of Florida's Shands
Even though the price of milk green vegetables and less potatoes Teaching Hospital have Jumped PATRIOTIC! FLY THE FLAG!
has doubled in 26 years, average breads, and other starchy from 4,654 when it opened in
hourly earnings will now buy foods. 1959.60 to more than 9,800 in BUY A FLAG FROM
almost twice much milk. 196566.
Similarly, one as hour of factory th Convenience food bill. A foods good add example most to is The American Legion Post 115

labor will now buy 13 percent the TV dinner. toothpaste, and hair sprays are

more bread, or 14 percent more Such processed meals would purchased at the supermarket Home Flag Kits .. .
steak than it would five years cost about one-third as much if I "Because the retail food Indus .
ago.These the consumer took time to prepare try is so competitive, the margins -I Include Flag, Wood Pole, Metal Bracketfor .
statistics simply mean the same ingredients," of profits on any given Displaying the Flag
that even with the higher cost York asserted. Item are relatively small. Competition
of food, personal income Has Non-food services such as is so brisk that it's al. BUY A COMPLETE KIT-$3.95 UP .
gone up taster, and the consumer check cashiers, baby sitters, most impossible for anyone "
now spends a smaller portionof trading stamps, and contests group in the food distribution WALTER MORRIS
his total Income for food. also cost money. chain to take 'advantage of the
The food price spiral is really Food bills become still larger consumer through excessive PHONE 437-3235 After 5 P. M.
part of a much broader infla when Items such as cigarettes, profits," York concluded.
tionary pattern that has affected -- --- ,-,-- r.,
almost every segment of the
economy.
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According to the U. S. Bureauof r.
Labor Statistics, one-half of
the increase in /the cost of living
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index over the last year is :
due to higher expenditures for
services and ,only one-fourth is.I
due to higher food costs.
Goods and services that cost
$100 last year now cost $102.80.
Of this extra $2.80, 71 cents represents
higher prices for food,
62 cents for non.durable goods
such as clothing, and 12 cents I
for durables such as automo
biles. The remaining $1.35 re :SCk: va
presents increased costs for
services. Therefore, services
rather than food appear to be
the main culprit.All ? 4jLthLJ
segments of the food in-
dustry-the farmer, the process. :
or, the distributor, and the re-
taller-are faced with increasing
expenses. The inevitable resultis
higher prices.
The farmer Is probably least
responsible for the Increases.

'In fast," York said, "the farm. .!4L!Ji-! :: :
er's efficiency has held costs -' ..
down. From 1947 to 1963 prices
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