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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: November 3, 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 )
 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
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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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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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William E. Kudrna EXEMPTION SHOWNIN .J R/;R\\

TAX STATEMENTSTax T'1 ofJHISTOR
The 1

Funeral Service Collector Dale B. Brown: TrrnuneVOL.

Jr., said today those signed up iagier

for Homestead Exemptions received
Tuesday Afternoon the full five ,thousand exemption c

on !the tax statements

William E. Kudrna, retired mailed out this week. The home 54, NO. 44 BUNNELL. FLORIDA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 3, 1966 $2.50 A YEAR
business man of Bunnell died stead value is figured into the

Sunday at Keystone Heights. He value because of the Florida

had resided there since Mrs. Navigation District tax being, William H.Chimpky FLAGLER COUNTY Flagler County
Kudrna's death with Mr. and added to the homestead exemp
Mrs. Kenneth Biddle, brother in CANCER SOCIETY

law and sister in law. He was 74 tion.Mr. Dies From Heart MEETS NOV- 10th Commerce Body
Brown said "all those who
years of age.
had signed up for homestead ex The Flagler County Cancer So
Mr. Kudrna for many years emption did receive the full five Attack Monday ciety Board of Directors will discuss Has MeetingCommittee
owned and operated the Kudrna thousand dollar exemption." the 1967 "Cancer Crusade"at

Motor Company and was Chev a meeting Thursday, Novem
William H. Chimpky of 509! chairman and the
rolet dealer. After selling to the Has South Central Avenue, Flagler: ber 10th at 8 p. m. at the homeof board of directors of the Flag.
Hall Tumlin Company, he owned Farming Many Mrs. Robert Cook.
Beach passed away at his home ler County Chamber of Commerce
and operated a Radio and Monday night October 31 after met Wednesday morningat
Mrs. Nell Riggs, of Saint Augustine
T V Service here, selling to Harris Facets In Modern suffering a heart attack. Mr. area director will attend the Flagler Beach Pier Restaurant .

Appliances. Chimpky was born in Girard, the meeting. to discuss current matters I

In addltnon to the Biddies he Kansas and moved to Flagler relating to the organization.

is survived by a sister, Mrs. An World of TodayBy Beach 22 years ago from Alatha, Flagler County directors are President L. E. Wadsworth

na Dolezel of South Dakota. Kansas. He was 62 years of age. Shelon Brooks, Dale Brown, Mrs. called for committee reports.

( Don Jordan, County Agent) Mr. Chimpky served in World Louis Steflik, Mrs. Margaret George M. Moody, chairman of
Funeral services were held Taylor, Mrs. P. A. Edmonson,,
War 2 in the U. S. Navy. lie wasa recreation committee
of stated that
said that
Church of It has been some
from the First Baptist Mrs. Martin McDaniel and Mrs.
Past Commander of the American -
the misunderstanding between Col. H. J. Kelly, Assistant Director
o'clock Tuesday
Bunnell at 2 Cook.
i Legion Post 115, and was a
of the Board of Conservationof
and in some
'afternoon with the pastor, Rev. farm city people
member of the Flagler Beach the State of Florida, would
officiating. In- areas is caused by the narrow
. Charles Anders,
Methodist Church. lie had worked
ETTA L. HESSINGEROF meet with the Chamber on
termnt followed at the Espanola definition applied to "agriculture"
at (the Lehigh Portland Ce Thursday, November 17th to dis
by some people. Agriculture
Cemetery. ment Plant until it closed and MARINELAND DIES
means more than farming.' cuss the feasibility of a canalto
Jones Funeral Home of Key, Neither does it end at the city; was presently employed as Etta L. Hessinger, 63 of Marine. be dug from ocean to canal.

stone Heights was in charge of limits. Agriculture encompassesnot Maintenance Supervisor of the land passed away October 29 in Officials of the Daytona Beach

arrangements. only farming, but much of, Housing Authority of Flagler the Bunnell General Hospital and Ormond Beach Chambers of

(the business and Industry, in County. after a brief illness. She had Commerce have been Invited to
He is survived by his wife,, lived In Flagler County 14 years
FORMER BUSINESS cluding the whole complex of the meeting as well as othersin
Mrs. Lottie Jean Chimpky of coming here from Bridgeport,
agribusiness marketing, pro this area who would be In.
MAN PASSED AWAY cessing, wholesalelng, retailing, Flagler Beach. Conn. She was a member of the terested in the project. The meetIng .

Robert R. Burgess, former business financing, sales and service, Funeral services were held Methodist Church. will get under way at twop.
from the Beach Methodist
Flagler
man of Bunnell, died Oct.. packaging and wrapping and[ Survivors Include her husband, m. at the Flagler County
Church at 2 o'clock Wednesday -
23 in Brooksville, Fla. He re many other areas affecting a Courthouse.
-afternoon. The pastor, Rev.. John of Melbourne; 3 daughters,
ceived third degree burns over commodity from the time it Bing Shows chairman of the
j Raynold Hoover officiated. Interment Dorothy Phillips, Blloxle, Miss.,
40 percent of his body in an i leaves the farm until it reachesthe will be at a later date Mary Ceccareli of Milford, Conn., Public Relations Committee reported

automobile accident and developed consumer. in Girard, Kansas. Ruth Kuban of Fairfield, Conn; on the progress of the
pneumonia the next day. Geographically, city and farm i a son, John Jr. of Fairfield. Also brochures advertising Flagler

He died in a Tampa Hospital. are separate, but in economic surviving are two brothers. County. Mi. Shows stated that
BAND PARENTS TO MEET
Funeral service was held in 1 iterms each is mutually dependant The remains were forwardedto final plans would probably be
Brooksville with interment in 1 the other. submitted for at the
on Flagler County Band Parents Bridgeport, Conn., for services approval
Flagler Memorial Cemetery in 1 Much of this discussion be. Assn. will hold their regular and interment.REV. next meeting of the Chamber. It

MiamI.Mr. comes necessary due to transition meeting at the Flagler Beach was stated that approximately

Burgess operated a barbershop from rural to urban population Cafetorium at 8 p.m. ,tonight, TAYLOR ADDRESSES 50 thousand brochures would be
In- this setting at 8 AIL members needed.
in Bunnel for many centers. r Thursday, p.m.
METHODIST WOMEN
years. He also owned and oper, the farmer Is viewed as a "hay- are urged to attend. Lee Drazba, chairman of the

ated the Dixiana Motel and[ seed" and the urban dweller as i "Introducing American Womento membership committee reportedthat

lunchroom for several years before a "city slicker." More information CAST ABSENTEE British Methodism" was Rev. the organization had 81

moving to Miami to reside. and communication trans. Oliver Taylor's topic when he paid members.Len .
Survivors include his wife of; mitted between these two could i BALLOTS BY NOV. 7 addressed the Women's Societyof Wilson, the new owner of

Brooksville and a son and 1 erase misconceptions of this This Is the last week for casting Christian Service Wednesday the Tribune was introduced to
type and do our state and nation morning.The the group, who pledged his full
daughter. absentee ballots, Supervisorof
a world of good.It Elections Mary Smith said meeting was held at the support and cooperation in activities .
could be pointed out that ballots be Methodist Church of Bunnell of the Chamber.SCHOLARSHIP .
ADVISORY GROUPTO today. Absentee may
millions of city Jobs are createdby I and Mrs.
cast up to 5 p. m. Monday, November was presided over by
CONDUCT TOUR agriculture. In fact more are| 7. Leslie Tucker, president. TO BE

Flagler County Board of County employed ii: the agribusiness Mrs. Smith said today she November 17th, was the date GIVEN BY F. T. A. CLUB
[ chain than the farm. This for the
annual
on set cleaning dayat
Commissioners have been invited would be in the office Saturday
| amounts to 16 million jobs. Fur. convenience the church. All ladles of the The Future Teachers Club of
to accompany members of until noon for the
thermore, four out of every ten She church are asked to assist begin. Bunnell High School is workingon
Recreation of those wishing to vote.
the Flagler County
Advisory Committee on a tour of jobs in private employment arerelated also said she will be available ning at 9:00: a. m. Anyone desiring a Scholarship that will be ,
to agriculture.The to donate to the cleaning presented !to a senior planning
Flagler County Sunday, November during the weekend for anyone
farm story is one to be expense fund is asked to contact to go to college.
who does not have the
6th. at 2 m. op.
p. proud of. In 1900 the farmer pro. the Mrs. H. C. Cobb. There is a goal of two-hun
portunity to vote during
Members of the Recreation i duced food for himself and six week. They may contact her at Mrs. Cordell Robertson and dred dollars, and projects are

committee planned ,the tour of others. Today, he produces foodfor ho/ne to make arrangements to Mrs. Lloyd Robertson hostesses being set up to make the neces
recreational sites in FlaglerCounty himself and 35 others. A remarkable vote. served refreshments to sixteen sary money for this worthwhile

in an effort to select the story of efficiency. members during the social hour. fund.
most feasible sites in FlaglerCounty Production per man-hour of Be looking ahead to the carwashes -

in an effort to select the American farm labor Increasedby KoRNY PUnS RACHEL AMANDA HELMSMr. in Bunnell at the Pure

most feasible locations for fa. 6.6% per year since the late Teacher: "Bill name a Oil Station, and at the Sinclair
cilities. 1950's. In non.agrlculturalindus.try poisonous substance." and Mrs. Jimmy Helms of Station in Flagler Beach. These

Advisory committee membersMr. over this same period the increase Bill "Aviation" sir. Tallahassee announce the arrival will be held on Saturday, November ,
: ,
Joe Seale, Mrs. Betty Steflik, was 2.6% per year. Crop of a daughter born October 12, between! the hoursof
Mr. Jimmy Hargett, Mrs. Bette production has increased 82%; Teacher: "Explain" that to 19. She has been given the name nine and three. There will also .

McDaniel, Mr. Leslie Pache, Mrs. since 1920 'and breeding animal the class please. of Rachel Amanda. She is the be a talent show In Decem I

Joyce Townsend and Mr. WilfredHunter output has doubled during that Bill: "Well, one drop and grand daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ber.

will conduct the tour. time. you're dead. Omega Durrance. Carol Townsend, Reporter



I Early. Voters Braved Jeers Of Opponents Before Secret Battot I


Voters In the general elec cy was discarded the followingyear on colored paper so poll watch. first called, was adopted by different election days.In .

tion on November 8 will take on the ground that It "In ers could see at a glance whether Louisville, Kentucky, and by 1884, Congress passed a law
and independence the party faithful were In. Massachusetts In 1888, then by
balloting in privacy for granted, sulted the manliness setting the first Tuesday after
man. deed faithful.A New York, Michigan and other
but the practice was once considered of the laboring the first Monday in Novemberas
states. The ballot is still used, I
unmanly. law requiring uniform white presidential election day. In
Voice voting, widespread in Secret Voting ballots did not stop the chican even in voting machines. 1872, this same Tuesday was set

the American colonies, continued Secret voting In national elect ery. Some parties used paper of Variety of DaylOriginally aside for the Nation to vote for
in some states after the Rev. tions became federal law in 1875, different textures so :that party Members of Congress and, in
olution. but the absence of official ballots observers who handled the bal. each state could 1913 for Senators.

Citizens gathered at a polling still left the individual vot lots at the polls would know fix its own national election day.
place to announce their choices er without privacy. The voter how a person had voted.In In 1884, 15 states voted on the Originally, November was se.

aloud to an election Judge, usually had to provide his own ballots. an effort to bring Integrityto first Monday in November, two lected as the most convenient(fo
the United States the second Monday four on time for a rural nation go to
,
the mayor, sheriff, or cor They were not necessarily marked polling, on
oner. A bullying crowd reactedto in secret. went !to Australia for a new sys the first Tuesday, and so on. the polls.

each voter's preference with When ballots grew longer, It tem. It borrowed the Australian Lack of uniformity led to "Harvesting is over then, and

cheers and jeers. became the custom of political ballot, officially printed with an scandals such as "pi pe.lay winter has not yet made ,the I

The noisy spectacle was re parties to print them for the honest listing of candidates and ing"-the practice of sending roads impassable," said Ohio

placed in New York State by a convenience of their supporters.Each Intended to be secretly marked. political gangs across state linesto Representative Alexander .Dun f
secret ballot in 1852, but priva party produced its ballot "Kangaroo voting," as It was vote more than once on 'the can, in writing the 1845 law.


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FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURSV NOV. 3. 1966 Soils and Humans to white, since it is like bread

without yeast-it won't rise to REMWYOUR/ _


IUUU J ltiljlt. Suffer From the occasion and support plant DRIVER'S LICENSE ,.1,"

GJIjr' JHlaglrr Srtbunrni'NNELL. growth. DURING YOUR

School Mewl BIRTH MONTH ,

FLORIDA To Much Liquid Rich loamy soil that crumbles

Senior Class bet to
ii your hand is a good
---a
LEN WILSON Publisher

The Senior Class has been Garden soils are no different make lawns and shrubs happy. JOHNSTON'S

Designated newspaper for all quite busy lately. Last week the from some human beings-they, Beware of strange top soil thatis FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO.

Legal AdterllilngEntered Seniors were busy preparing for too, can get Into the gutter if with sandspurs, weed LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT,

Homecoming. We entered a float they take on more than "three- filled WATER FRONT, FARMS,

as second class matter with the theme "Flush Em". fingers" of liquid.An seeds, creeping beggarweeds, ACREAGE
February 6, 1913, at the post-

office at Burmell, Florida, under Delores Deen was chairman of Inch or so of rainfall often dollarplants and other debris. See tu for your real estate needs

Act of March 3, 1876. Homecoming.' Our sincere thanks Office Phone HE 9.2242
soils to roll drunkenlyinto
goes to Mr. A B. Johnson, for causes Residence Phones ID 7.3691
the street.
One Year .......................2JW the use of the John Deer build- rmrtiT 'OUitT 5EV- or ID 7-3517

*lx Month ...................41.23 while float. iv TUB 'I1tliIT, INFLOitIDA1
Ing working on our started ENTIJFDICIAI.
The
problems perhaps FLA(;IEI. C'Ol'NTY. ------

The following day we had a last March when strong winds IV CHAVrEHY NO.JA'MLS .

target booth at the Carnival. gathered up soils and blew them LUTHER MCCAL F'laintllf IV TUB CIIICUIT COURT SEVENTH

Kathy Emery was chairman of into the proverbial three-sheets- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN

Too Late the booth. Our thanks goes out in-the-wind. ELIZABETH ROBiNSON Defe dan. FLORIDA) FOR, IN FLAULKH CHANCERY COUNTY NO.

to Mr Joe Seale, for helping us To check the de-grading of top NOTICE TO APFEAK 1t.'l19EDITH COLEMAN BISHOPS

build the platform.' soil lot to the THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: Plaintiff,
on your try stop ELIZABETH ROBINSON McCALL .vs-
To Classify On October 31st we receivedour large flow of liquids. c/o Henry Guest JOSEPH BISHOP
1615 Llewelyn Avenue Defendant.
that will
final pictures we The first source of trouble is Baltimore, Maryland 21213 NOTICE TO APPEAR
BY Russell Kcnr ever have taken here at B. H. S. You are hereby notified that a THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
cascading water from the roof. suit for divorce has been filed Joseph Bishop,
The same afternoon we took the against you In the above entitled Residence Unknown
Gutters downspouts and under
A recent feature article in the Airforce qualifying tests. These cause and you are hereby requiredto You are hereby notified that a
ground channels to carry waterto serve upon Plaintiff's Attorney, suit for divorce baa been filed
Florida Times-Union makes a tests are given to all Seniors to whose name and address appear against you In the above entitled
the storm sewers will preventsoil hereon your written defense If cause and you are hereby required
number of interesting points find out what fields of work we in
erosion. any, to the Bill of Complaint to serve upon Plaintiff's Attorney
which should give some pause are best qualified in. said suit, on or before the 3rd day whose name and address appear
Rlverlets of water formed during of December, 1966, else decree pro hereon, your written defense, If
for thought to( all Floridians. As you see the "Class of 67" confesso will be entered against any, to the Bill of Complaint In
thunderstorms can be diverted said suit, on or before the 26th
has been and will be continually you.WITNESS
my hand and seal of day of November
,
The article concerns Paul Rag- by slight mounds of earth wWI66be decree
lit of Novem-
busy throughout our last year. said Court this day pro confesso enteredagainst
ans, a life long resident of Mad- onto hedge areas where mulch ber, A. D 1966. you.WITTNESS.
Senior Class Reporter, M. hand
( and
MOODY my seal of
SealClGEO
ison County and an outstanding Catherine Stanish and roots will gulp down water. said ald Court this 24th day of October

farmer. It points up agricultural After a season or so of trial by (S) Joyce Deputy Patrick ClerkW. (Official, 1966.Seal) I I

productivity gains and remark locations, plant the mound of L. Wadsworth GEORGE :M. MOODY

able Increase in. farm efficiencyand PATH OF LEAST RESISTANCEBirds earth to lawn grass for permanent Bunnell P. O. Box Florida 896 By /Joyce Patrick Said Court

explains how such gains do not 'always fly water control. Be sure to Attorney. 3.10-17-24-Hc for PlaintiffNov. W. L. WadiworthP. Deputy Clerk

mean money in the pockets of straight as an arrow to summer form the mound with gentle O. Box 896
Bunnell Florida
consumers. territories from their wintering slopes so that anyone can push IX Till CIRCUIT COURT OFFl.ACH.KH Attorney for Plaintiff.

Production costs and increased grounds. The migrants take detours ,the mower over the mound with IV CIIANCEHY COUNTY NO., MM FLORIDA Oct 27 & Nov. 3-10-17-Uc.

yields from each dollar investedis to avoid mountains, des- out scalping. BERTHA MAE HAWKINS Plaintiff,
IN
TIIK CIRCUIT
just as important to successful erts, and bodies of water. Where erosion has already vs. FI-AOLEU COUNTY COURT FLORIDA.OP

farming as it is to industry. robbed a ton or so of soil, con Carl Wentworth Hawkins Defendant.Jr., IN CHANCERY Ne. 5383.
ALICE CRAVEN alias
*"
Recognizing this fact Raganshas sider replacing it NOTICE TO DEFEND CHLOE ALICE CRAVEN,
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
kept abreast of modern can be passed on to the con Beware of adding soil that is Carl Wentworth Hawkins, Jr. Plaintiffvs.
RMK-BRJ Marine Division 340
farm development and has not RUFUS ALBERT CRAVEN, JR.,
sumer. Today an hour of factory San Francisco, California Defendant

hesitated to invest in new methods labor will buy 12& one- I.V TUB COUNTY Jl'DOK" COURT You APO are 96312 hereby notified that a NOTICE TO DEFEND
IV ANn FOIL FLAGLKR COUNTY THE
that promised Improvementand pound loaves of white bread, but STATE OF FLOUIDA. I.V- suit has been filed against you In STATE RUFUS OF ALBERT FLORIDA CRAVEN., TO:

more economical operation, I'ltOIIATE. C..e No. 02$. the above entitled cause; and you whose place of residence and
in 1915 that same nour would IN RE-: Estate of are hereby required to file your answer -
all of which directly benefit :the with the Clerk of this Court. address are unknown.
buy a little more than three WILLIAM Deceased.H. ATKINSON JR. and to serve a copy thereof upon You are hereby notified that a
1 consumer. loaves. NOTICE OF FlUNG PETITION the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney, suit has been filed against you In
.' whose name and address is: the above entitled cause; and you
FINAL
FOR DI4CHAIIUE 0.
It may startle housewives who Ragans gives credit to our ADMINISTRATORS Weinstein, Weinberg & Weinstein are hereby required ktoorlhr.o answer

complain of the rise in living Federal, Land Banks System for have Notice filed Is hereby our final given returns that we as 25. Orange Augustine StreetSt. Floridanot and to with serve the a copy thereof upon t.

costs as reflected in prices they the financial assistance It has Administrators of the Estate of later than December 3rd A. D.It the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
WILLIAM H. ATKINSON, JR.. Deceased 19t>6. whose name and address is:
pay for food and other productsto provided enabling farmers to : that we have filed our pe- you fall to do so, decree pro FRANK O. HOWATT
know that these costs wouldbe adopt modern methods, enlarge tition for distribution and for final confesso will be entered againstyou 2400 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
for the relief demanded in the St.
discharge, and that on Nov. 28, Augustine Flolda
much higher if progressive ,their holdings and increase effi 1966, 1.00 p.m. we will apply to bill of complaint. The nature of not later than November 19th A. D..
the Honorable T. K. McKnight, said suit being for divorce. 1966.
fanners like
had not
Ragans
ciency. County Judge of Flagler County WITNESS: my hand and seal of If you fall to do so, decree pro
helped keep costs down by increasing "To succeed in agriculture to- Florida, for approval of said finalreturns said Court this 1st day of November confesso will be entered against
and for an order of dis- A. D. 1966.GEORGE. you for the relief demanded In the
yields of most crops day," Ragans said, "a farmer tribution and for final discharge M. MOODY bill of complaint. The nature of
and improving cattle strains must be willing to change his an Administrators of the Estateof Clerk of said Circuit Court said suit being for
WILLIAM H. ATKINSON, JR. By (S) Joyce Patrick DIVORCE
and actually translating these practices to conform with new Deceased. Deputy Clerk WITNESS my hand and seal of

gains into public benefits.For trends. Varieties of field crops Dated/Maudrey: Oct. 27th B.1J68.Atkinson Nov.(Official 3-10-17.24-Hc Seal) A.said D.Court 1968. this' 13th day of October

example, despite recent and small grain need to be /s/ Olenda Atkinson I'elllcer GEORGE M. MOODY

. price increases in certain foods, changed as newer and better 27 & Nov.AdministratorsOct 310174tc.INVITATION Sealed_ INVITATION TO Dill (Official Clerk Seal of) said Circuit Court
proposals for the
coupled with continued rise in varieties are developed and older of a new Flagler County construction By /sJoyce Patrick

the the farmer has to varieties lose their disease. TO 1111) Material Center, Bunnell School Deputy Clerk
price pay, Sealed proposals for the furnish- Bunnell. Florida, for the Flagler _Oct. 20 27, Nov. 3.10, 4tc.
beef would be selling for from resistant qualities." ing of materials and labor on a County Board of Public Instruction IN THE
Flagler County, Florida. COt'NTY JUDOE'4 COURT
Heating and Air Conditioning
30 to 32 percent more, pork for He contends that credit is one / system for the new Flagler- Bids will be received at the Co- IN ANn FOR FLAGLER COUN-

60 percent more and other basic of the best tools a farmer has County Material Center, Bunnell Nov.unty 8.Superintendents 1966. 10 office on T'FLOnIOA.No. 1'29.' IN PROIIATE.
School, liunnell, Florida for the a.m. at which time
foods for considerably more than today and it should be main. Flagler County Board of Public Instruction and place bids will be re"Jda1t IN RE: Estate of
publicly read. Bids RONALD A. GADAPEE, SR.
Flagler County, Florida c
they do if our farmers had been tained In good condition just as Bids will be received at the Co- the above specified time will be Deceased

content to rest on their laurels should his farm equipment. unty Superintendents office on November returned unopened.Drawings NOTICE TO CREDITORS
8, 1966, at 10:00: A.M. at and specifications will All creditors of the estate of
and continued to farm as they Federal Land Banks, for 50 which time and place will be open- be available for Inspection at the RONALD A. GADAPEE, SR., deceased -
ed and publicly read. Bids received Superintendents of Public Instruction are hereby notified and reQuired -
did a few decades ago. years a major source of long after the above specified time will office( Court House building. to file) any claims or demands -
Ragans points out that it usedto term farm credit, are observingtheir be returned unopened. Bunnell Florida Dodge Plan room which they may have against
In
Drawings! and specifications will Jacksonville, Florida the Dodge said estate In the office of the
require approximately 100 50th anniversary by explaining be available for Inspection at the Plan Room In Orlando. Florida County Judge of Flagler County.
Superintendent's of Public Instruction and at the Builders Exchange, Florida In
American the courthouse at Bun-
hours 100 bush contribution
man to produce the
office Court House building DrtVtona Beach Florida, also at the nell, Florida, within six calendar
els of wheat and that today the farmers are making to the Bunnell. Florida, Dodge" Plan room office of the Architect. Craig J months from the date of the first
in Jacksonville Oehlert. 823 North
Florida, the Dodge Halifax Avenue.
quantity is produced with 10 or economic health of the nation Plan room in Orlando, Florida, and Daytona Beach. Florida. claim publication of this notice. Each

12 man hours. Efficiency gainsof far beyong the returns they receive at Beach the Builder's Florida, and Exchange also at, Daytona the office bidding Drawings will and be available Specifications from the for ing and or demand must state must be address in writ-orresidence

this kind mean savings which for their labors. of the Architect, Craig J. Geh- Architect Craig J. Gehlert, 523 the claimant and post-office of
and to
lert. 623 North Halifax Avenue North Halifax Avenue. Daytona must be sworn
Daytona Beach. Florida. Beach Florida, only, on the follow by the claimant, his agent or his
Drawings and Specifications for ing basis: attorney, or it will become void
bidding will be available from the Complete according to law.
Architect. Craig J. Oehlert. 523 crlf c o setsbermadegavail- October 20th. 1966.
DON DEE J HEADQUARTERS FOR North Halifax Avenue. Daytona a Ylmlt receIPt of a $25.00 deposit /sJosepblne Q. Gadapee
Beach Florida, only, on the follow ( two), refundable upon Oct. 20 4tc
CRAFT SUPPLIES ing basis: return of the drawings' and speclfl- ___
Individual cations in good condition Additional IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH -
CRAFTS will be made : :tlblfat; purchase sets will be made available at JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
price of $.50 each (not refundable a Purchase price of $25.00 (not refundable FIfORIF11 FLAGLER COUNTY,
) and Individual sheets of spec ). Individual sheets of
ifications will be made available at Drawings will be made available IN'CHANCERY..
IT'S FUN TO MAKE. a purchase price of $.05 each (notrefundable at a purchase price of $.60 each Ne. .'119.
). (not refundable and individual LEAVITIS GOLPHIN, JR.,
All constractors shall furnish a sheets of specifications will be Plaintiff,
Christmas Decorations Gifts
bid proposal on their own letter- made available at a purchase price vs.
heads, and shall Include Bid Bond Reference (not refundable). MARY E. GOLPHIN,
Bazaar Items or Security Check and Performance Is hereby made to Sec Defendant.
Bonds. tion I. page A-). Item No. 7 for Bid
The Flagler County Board of Form which must be fully executed DIVORCE
646 N. GRANDVIEW AVE. Public Instruction reserves the and to page A-l of the above section rilE STATE TO APPEAR
right to any or all Bids, and Items I, 2 and 3. pertaining OF FLORIDA TO:
reject i
DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA Ph. 253.9661 also to any Irregularities in to Bid Forms. Bid Bond and Per MARY E. OOLPHIN.
the bidding. formance Bonds. 125 W. Penn. Street
Reference Is hereby made to Section The FlaKier County Board of You Long Beach N. Y.
1, Page A->. Item No. 7 forBid Public Instruction reserves the are ne'eby notified that a
Form which must be fully exe- right to reject i any or all Bids and suit for divorce has been filed
cuted and to Page A-l of the above also to any irregularities I" against you in the above entitledcause
section Items 1. a, and 3, pertaining the Bidding.sealeed and you are hereby required
to Bid Form, Bid Bond and bids be completely ,to serve upon Plaintiffs Attorney.
.24 HourWrecker Performance Bonds. and plainly marked on the whose name and address appear
All Bids shall be completely front of the : hereon your written defense, if
Service sealed and marked "Sealed Bid for To: Mr. Coy Harris, Superin- any. t0i. the Bill of Complaint In
the Heating and Air Conditioning ona dntFJ flr: County S'lfU't-' or before the 19th day
System for the Flagler County Material Instruction onfc.mm H'tm6' else decree pro
Center Bunnell School, Bun .
entered against
nell. Florida.*' Flagler County Court rOUt
Flagler Truck & Tractor Co. To: Mr.; Coy O. Harris, Superintendent House, .JY;NESS my hand and October
Flagler County Bunnell Florida. I Court this "
Board of Public Instruction In addition the front of the en- A.. D. 1988. day f
MASSEY.FERGUSON velope shall be plainly markedaterialBlCenter GEORGE
M. MOODY,
Flagler Court
County
Grove. Farm Industrial Equipment House, hBunnellr School. (Seal) Clerk of said Court
Bunnell. Florida. Bunnell, Florida.
By
(Signed) HAROLD EMERY (Signed) HAROLD EMERY. /sJoyce Patrick
VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 Chairman of the Board Chairman of the Board W L. WADSWORTII

Owner Bunnell, Florida Public Flagler Instruction County Board of Pubic: r Instruction County Board of J P.Bunnell 0. Box 898,

ler County. Florida. Flagler County Florida. Florida
Oct. 20-27 and Nov. 8-3tc. Oct 20-27 and Nov 3-3tc. Attorney for Plaintiff
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Governor Judicial CircuitGroup J. A. (Tar) BOYD (Dem) !
'I ROBERT KING HIGH (Dem) Two fiss
!! ROBT. H. FIELDDem) 16th Senatorial District
Attorney General D. D. COVINGTON, JR. (Dem) it_
EARL FAIRCLOTH (Dem) Circuit Court Judge, Seventh it
Judicial Circuit 41st Senatorial District U!
'_-_ State Treasurer Group Three VERLE A. POPE (Dem) 3
_' BROWARD WILLIAMS: (Dem) *
W. L. WADSWORTH (Dem) '-F
Member, State House of :t
CONGRESSIONAL
Circuit Court Judge, Representatives it_
Representative in Congress Seventh Judicial Circuit Flagler County t
If! Fourth Congressional District Group Four A. H. (Gus) CRAIG t
m A. SYDNEY HERLONG, JR. (Dem) HORACE D. RIEGLE (Dem) t
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m i JUDICIAL S Circuit Court Judge, Seventh Clerk Circuit Court tj
iti Justice of the,Supreme Court Judicial Circuit GEORGE :M. :MOODY'Dem) l
CAMPBELL THORNAL (Dem) Group Five iti
$ JAMES T. NELSON (Dem) Sheriff '"i
Justice of the Supreme Court P. A. (Zip) EDMONSON (Dem)1
i Group No.2' Secretary of State +
BI STEPHEN C. O'CONNELL (Dem) TOM ADAMS (Dem) Judge Small Claims Court
'I THOMAS L. LENSSEN (Dem-
Justice of the Supreme Court Comptroller t'
-i? Group No. 3 FRED 0. "BUD"DICKINSON County Commissioner Pi S.3<
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B T. CHRISTIAN, (Dem) County Commissioner t 1;.=
DONALD K. CARROLL District No. 4 ; ;
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Commissioner of Agriculture ALFRED R. TUCKER (Dem) !
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m Judge, District Court of Appeal DOYLE CONNER (Dem) iti
!iti t! First Appellate District: Member Board Public Instruction, i1
f; .Commissioner, Florida Public District No. 1 ;
Group C
!p't J. D. "Dave" PERRYMAN !I
SAM SPECTOR (Dem) Service Commission, Group 1 (Dem) Hi
W. T. "BILLY" MAYO (Dem) it#;
92 Member Board Public Instruction, ; :;
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Commissioner, Florida PublicService District No. 3
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iii Group D Commission, Group 2 HOWELL V. PEAVY (Dem) ;tf

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Pucker Up For They say soak the fruit from 2 contact either the county agentor 4-TIIE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THUR& NOV. :3. 1968
to 10 days in a mixture of one a local !nurseryman.

part lime and 10 parts water. Persimmons do best upon as many feeder roots of on sandy soil!, It is a good Ideato
Persimmons And Fruit so treated Is firm, Juicy lighter soils which are well the tree grow close to the surface split the plant food applica
and astringent. drained. You are I luck If your of the soil. tion. In this case apply half the
University fruit breeders are property has a good soil base Fertilizer requirements for fertilizer In the spring and the
"Kissin Kin"Persimmons But the other half In the summer after
containing some clay. However, persimmons are vague.
checking on non astringent varieties .
adaptable to Florida. clay Is not absolutely essential. trees seem to thrive on applications the leaching rains have fallen.In
like kissingkin Persimmons like full sunlightand of a good garden fertilizer some areas persimmon ..
are Some fruit under surveillanceare
the fruit ample elbow room So, the mixture contining nitrogen, leaves are prone to turn yellow
because eating of excellent eating qualitieseven
and the tip end of the branches
planting site should be an open phosphoric acid and potash. A ?
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makes most folks "pucker up" in the firm mature stage. zinc ',
due to
die. This is usually a ,
space no closer than 20 feet general rule Is to apply one
Aside from the amorous ten Until ,the reasearcher discovers of deficiency. A foliage spray of \
from the nearest tree canopy.If pound of plant food per year
dencies, the persimmon has long Ideal for Flor zinc sulfate Is the immediatecure.
an persimmon the planting site is a lawn age of the tree.
been a popular dooryard fruit ida, Its a good idea to plant area, practice clean cultivation Apply the fertilizer In the Follow this by an application
The generic name Diospyros lit the variety that thrives in your around the trunk of the tree. In spring about the time the tree of zinc sulfate to the soil
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erally means "food of the Gods: locality. For this information chopping out weeds do not dig starts to leaf out. If the tree is for long-range benefits.
The flavor of the fruit is ex-
cellent. It Is a concentrated food
because all of the sugar Is quick]
energy producing dextrose. q
However, native and most Oriental
persimmons are astringent y r These FloridaCongressional]
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'To be on the safe side, re t
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ATTEND FLORIDA Food AdditivesAre 5-THE FLAG! TRIBUNE THURS.. NOV. 3. 1966

HOMECOMING

'J' Among those from Bunnel at. Not HarmfulBut
G tending the Florida Auburn
I" game In Gainesville Saturdaywere Quantity Rights
| Lewis and Angela Wads HelpfulIf WE GIVE METTS Reserved
worth; Lew and Donna Wads ***

worth; Dale and Rosemary you're a label reader you TOP PRICES GOOD
Brown; Bob and Evelyn Cook;: know that most of the packaged Thurs., Fri., Sat.,
;f, 'Claire and Gwen Biddle; Raymond foods you buy contain added and Monday
and Blanche Tucker and chemicals-"food additives" as VALUE SUPER MARKET Nov.
3
daughters; George and Johnny they are called. 4, 5
{$, If Allen and Ida Allen; Sam and 7, 1966
r [Broadway; Dave Perryman; Bion The thought of chemicals be. STAMPS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Tel. 437-3201
Matherly; Duke McDaniel; Shel- ing added to our foods can be .
I ton Barber; Charles and Pat Co. alarming, especially when they
"u [wart and Rob and Helen Deen. have long complex names like
butylated hydroxytoluene (BHT).
"Can something with a name Sugar Creek 1st Grade S. Choice (Beef)

like this be good for you?" we SLAB
O. F. ALFORD wonder. POTROAST

!\ Registered I According to Dr. Richard Mat. BACON
Real Estate Brokeri
thews, associate food technologist 55"U.
i Florida with the Florida Agricultural
.1 Extension Service, the important
+ thing to learn about chemicals 55"Sliced

,,,. PETERSON TEXACO in food is that you should
B SERVICE not be alarmed by the word Free Lb. 58-
"chemical." Not all chemicalsare
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poisonous. In fact, foods
[Light Mechanical Work
themselves are complex chemical *
_Phone 437-3441 Bunn U compounds: fat, proteins, Lean Meaty (Small)
sugar, starch, vitimlns. You add
J.r. chemicals every time you use
salt, vinegar, spice, flavorings, SPARE RIBS I 55*

fA ? baking powder, baking soda, or ..........._........................-................... .
Why food coloring.
Lean Delicious
The practice of adding chem
t. |the Monitorrecommends icals to food certainly is not new.

No doubt it began when man BONELESS STEW '

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But today we have so many
read
you more chemicals-let's call them
.,:. food additives- because so much Florida Grade "A" Lean (Boston Butt) World's Best
f your localnewspaper more of our food is processed,
packaged, precooked, and In. Family Pkg. Cut-up PORK GROUNDBEEF
stantized.
Food additives have helped

:r'' ,.Your local newspaper is a wide.range make our food supply the most FRYERS5Lb. ROAST
.newspaper with many features. Its versatile, wholesome, and nutritious
\ emphasis is on local news. It also in the world. In the last
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LOCAL PAPER by the imaginative use of 2 Lb..
We specialize in analyzing and Interpreting food additives.
the important national and They are used to improve the
i International news. Our intention is
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to bring the news into sharper focus.
I The Monitor has a world.wide staff of iron and B vitimins lost Capital (Smoked) U. S. ChoiceCHUCK
;correspondents-some of them rank in milling. Artificial sweetenersare
among the world's finest. And theMonitor's used in place of sugar in LINK SAUSAGE. 4ge STEAK Lb.
Incisive' provocative editorials 590
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the men on Capitol Hill as they for persons who wish to restrict -
fi are by the intelligent/ concerned their intake of sugar.
adult on Main Street. Ascorbic acid (vitamin C) pre. Folger's (All Grinds) Showboat ((300 Can)
WHY YOU SHOULD TRY THE MONITOR vents darkening of fresh fruit PORK & BEANS >..
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world's finest newspapers. Try the fatty foods. SUPERFINE Can
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g-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE TH RS., NOV. 3. 1966 FBES PTA CARNIVALA FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH COMING PROGRAMSOF

SUCCESSThe FLAGLER BEACH
SENIOR CITIZENS
Flagler Beach Elementary Morning Sermon: "What is
I :.Wadereach School Parent-Teacher Association Wrong with the World?" CLUB ANNOUNCEDAmong
had its Halloween Paradeon
Work day at the church Sat, coming 'programs announced
Saturday, October 29th. The
a Nov. 5 starting at 8 a.m. at the Flagler Senior
winners selected by Judges
LAYMAN'S DAY SUNDAY AT TROOP 495 FLAGLER BEACH, Mrs. Brede, Mrs. Sullivan, Rev., Sunday Services: Citizens Club meeting Tuesday

FLAGLER BEACH METHODIST TO HOLD COURT OF HONOR Hoover and Rev. Stanton were;: 9:45 Sunday school. evening, May 1, in the Municipal

7th being The next Court of Honor of Most Original, Donna Kaufmanand 11:00: Worship service. building, Flagler Beach, area
Sunday, November 7:30: Evening service. talk and film on forestry and
Troop 495, Flagler Beach, will Mysterious No. 41-nol t Worship
Laymans' Day; the 11 a.m. servo be held at the Flagler Beach identified. If he can prove his fire prevention, a Christmas
ices will be conducted by the Methodist Fellowship hall on claim, there is a prize waiting *. *. *. party, a speaker to discuss the

Men's Club. There will be no sermon Thursday, Nov. 10 at 7:30: p.m. for him. making of wills, and colored
finishing touches to our Hallo.weenprojected slides of
pictures made abroad.
but the Layman have spec. The parents and families and Funniest-Minnie Miller and
by our school The Club's executive board
lal messages that will interestall. friends of Scouting are cordially Dale Johnson. ,
music principal and Sixth grade teach. which acts as the program com
There will be special Invited. Scariest-Turned out to be :J:
er, Mr. Fennell. mittee
soloiston met October 26 at the
and
by the choir a guest
the Besides the giving out of hon boys-Happy Meekins and Rod' We would like to thank all home of Mrs. Lyman Gage, Flag
program.The ors won, Mr. James Patton, the ger Goodwin.A the lovely people for working ler Beach.
Methodist Men's Club will new Halifax District Executive, bazaar in the schoolhouse! the various rooms and also Mr.
meet at Fellowship Hall, Flag will be present to address us. followed. The children and Ace Drummond, Mr. Miller and There were 44 members and
ler Beach, Mon., Nov. 7 at 6 p.m. grown-ups had a choice of theFish / guests present Tuesday for the
A Scouting record will be the/ Fire Department for their covered dish which is
Mr. G. H. Ueely, state highway new Pond, sponsored by first t: supper a
trooper will deliver a talk on played and information concerning grade and run by Mrs. Cummin supervision of the parade and regular feature of the Club's ac
the Fall Camporee at Camp all the wonderful people who attended tivities.
highway safety. All men are and Mrs. Goodwin; a Game
Lanoche on Nov 1820. Refresh. in order to make our daya
urged to attend and bring a Room, sponsored by Second The next regular meeting will
will be served.
ments success.
friend. Refreshments will be grade and supervised by Mrs. be Nov. 15 and tentative plans

served. TURKEY SHOOT NOV. 5 Watson and Mrs. Zamba; s, Thank you all again, have been made for Rev. R. W.

Tuesday, November 8th, the .Cake Walk, sponsored by Third I Mrs. Harry Strickland, Pres. Dickert, pastor of Community
Womans Society of Christian The Methodist Men's Club grade and conducted by Mrs Mrs. John A. Krutz, Chairman.We Memorial Church, Flagler Beach,
Service will serve a homemade will have their Turkey Shoot at Miller and Mrs. Cannon; A Halloween had a door prize drawing to show pictures made duringhis
chicken pie dinner with home the Old Bunnell Airport on the Tree, sponsored b y which was won by Mrs. Sullivan trip to the Holy Land (this ,
made apple and pumpkin pie. Flagler Beach Road, 1:00: p. m. Fourth grade and styled by Mrs and Mrs. Kaufman. year.

:It will be held in the FellowshipHall Saturday, Nov. 5. Arnold and Mrs. Parrish; a I
from 5 to 8 p. m. Everyone Mrs. Frank, Crotty of Cassel. Sweet Shop, sponsored by Fiftl i ',:.X*>yx::::::
.. invited. berry visited here last week with grade, looked after by Mrs '.'

her mother, Mrs. Mae Hendren. Kaufman 'and Mrs. Suits; and i L : HART REFRIGERATION :::
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sands from Mrs. Hendren accompanied her Country Store, sponsored b)r .4 '

.Daytona Beach accompanied Mr. home during the weekend and Sixth grade, presided over b)r
and ,Mrs. Judson Stryker, Jr. to will visit there about two weeks. Mrs. Whitney and Mrs. Counts, ::: ANDELECTRIC ;:
Gainesville this past Saturdayfor and to keep the hunger pain:!
the University of Florida The Flagler Beach Methodist away a Refreshment Stand Ji ; SERVICE
home coming football game and Church School and Youth Fellow. graciously hosted by Mr. am i
alumni dinner. While attendingthe : ship wish to thank all the people Mrs. Carmody, with Mrs. Wend. p/ M
visited with in Flagler Beach who so
Mrs. dinner Stryker's they aunt and uncle,,, generously contributed to their landt and Mrs. Keene assisting. :.J Bunnell, Fla. Box 253-A, Rl .:i
Then at 6:00: p. m. a spooky,
Mr. 'and Mrs. I. I. Moody from I annual UNICEF drive last Thurs. :..J Phone 437-3698 ':.
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To Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller, former

owners and publishers of The Flagler Tribune,

we would like to express our thanks and appre-

ciation for the wonderful news coverage of our

projects and activities during the past twenty

years.

To Mr. Leonard R. Wilson, the new own-

er and publisher of The Tribune, we wish him

much success in his new venture in Flagler

County.

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Of the two candidates for governor, only Claude

Kirk >has presented the citizens of Florida
flameless Electric Water Heaters ?
with a blueprint for progress, 224 pages, a

comprehensive forward-looking plan on six sub

jects of vital interest to every citizen of Florida.

Only Claude Kirk has the proved business and - .
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Florida without taxes.
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HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL MRS. LUNSFORD DIESIN 7-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS., NOV. 3, 1966
GALA AFFAIR SATURDAY
ST. AUGUSTINEMrs.

Ghosts, Goblins and Fairytale Bell Lunsford, mother of

to characters capacity filled Saturday the Civic night Center for Mrs.evening Reddin In St.Britt Augustine, died Monday-aftera 0 I C E Lean Western (Center Cut)

the annual Halloweer carnival
: short Illness. She was 96 yearsof INC
sponsored by the Veterans of
Foreign Wars Auxiliary. age. Pork Chops
She visited here many time
Winners in the costume pa- with Dr. and Mrs. Britt when
rade preceding the carnival were they resided In Bunnell and has MATS
Karen Massey, daughter of Mr. made her home with them since lb. 69
and Mrs. Ralph Massey, prettiest 1932. She was born In Kentucky.In .
costume; Marcy Strickland, addition to Dr. and Mrs.
daughter of Mr.and Mrs. M. C. Britt she Is survived by a grand
Strickland, most original cos- daughter, Mrs. R. J. Ellwangerof U. S. D. A. ChoiceSIRLOIN
tume; and Debra Mikulka, daughter Santa Clara, California.
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mi Funeral services will be held STEAKS lb. *
kulka, funniest costume. in the Ancient City Baptist OR T-BOHE 98

Mrs. Gene Barber, Auxiliary Church, St. Augustine, this
treasurer, reports the proceedswill morning at 11:30.Arrangements Choice JuicyCUBE
be approximately $125.00 were under the
Mrs. Gene Bowers, president direction of Craig Funeral Home. STEAKS Ib. 89*
would like to thank all persons ,
and organizations for their cooperation ATTENDING
and assistance in mak- CONFERENCE Lyke's "SUGAR CREEK" SMOKED ((6-8 lb. Avg. SLICED FREE
ing the affair a success.

Commander .and Mrs. Danny Raymond Flagler Smith County Is Service In St. Peters.Officer PICNICS lb. 43Lean <

Johnston will be hosts to a Fish burg this week attending the
Mid Winter Conference for
. Fry Saturday night at their
home in Bimini for members of Service Officers. The meetingwill
the Veterans of Foreign Wars continue thru Saturday, end Western BOSTON BUTT Western Select
Post 5213 and Auxiliary and ing with a banquet.
their families. Serving will be.
PORK ROAST BEEF LIVERlb.
gin at 4:30: p. m. LONGEST TUNNELThe
,
world's longest train tun. lb. .
Curtis and Margaret Jane S3e 4ge
nel burrows 12,3 miles beneaththe
Deen were hosts at a steak fry
Lepontine Alps to link Italy
Monday evening at their home
for membres of the Bunnell and Switzerland. Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D (2-21/2 lb. Avg.) WHOLE (NO LIMIT)

hunting camps In the Ocala National
Forest. Twenty four memo
bers 'and their wives enjoyedthe rn lbM 29
affair with the hosts.


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KING HIGH -

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Governor


EARL FAIRCLOTH

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Attorney General "
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BROW ARD WILLIAMS

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State Treasurer

Phone 4373227
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FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. NOV. 3, 1966 Bunnell Methodist has to be lived a day at the vant to us as it was to the Psalmist.
time. All of us need help in our "MY' voice shall thou hearin
moral lives because life is never the morning, O Lord; will I
that with the past ChurchOliver
Tribune UrgesDemocratic experience They agree In public office of simple, but ultra complicated to direct my prayer unto thee, and
( F. Taylor. Pastor) day. Therefore, prayer is rele will look up." Psalm 5:3.:
Bob High vs. the lack of experience
VoteThe in public office of Claude TALKING WITH GOD

Flagler Tribune, thru the Kirk, Bob High is much the bet. Recently a man was heard
ter candidate to serve Florida as when he said, "I want to do whatIs
agreement of the New PublisherLen
Governor the next four years. right, but somehow,I just can't Flagler County Insurance
Wilson, and the former pub. get started right. I often seem to
Ushers, M. B. and Eula Fuller, We also strongly urge the sup. start off In the wrong direction."
are urging the' voters of Flag pore and re-election of Broward Perhaps this Is because the man Agency Inc.
ler County to go to the polls on Williams as State Treasurer and wanted to go It alone. The ,

November 8 and vote the Dem Earl Faircloth as Attorney Gen. Psalmist: If long ago felt a needto All Forms of Insurance
ocratic Ballot All the Way. eral. talk with God daily, and

through his morning prayer he 105 North Bay Street .:- Phone 437-3171 '
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found direction for the day. Of
Bunnell, Florida 32010
course, we all have certain long
Blank Veteran's Parade
Entry Day range plans that extend into LIFE-FIRE-AUTO-CASUALTY BONDS

the future, but our moral life .
AMERICAN LEGION POST 115,
BUNNELL, FLORIDA.
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Please accept our entry for a participant in the Veteran's
Day Parade to be held on Friday, November 11, 1966 at 2:30 p. m. '

Name organization:

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We are,indeed, all children of
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lieve in God, to accept salvation.It .
IQJ is a birthright, made possible
through God's love for all.
Herein lies the strength of
CLASSIFIEDADS Christianity. Herein lies the
strength of the individual Chris-
tian. If we believe in God and
elLI.ttag.
understand the example of the
4t life of Christ ton earth, we accordingly
find it easier to meet
under thl heading at* 3 9tmtm per word each liuertl.B. the trials and temptations of life
._-_ and to recognize the rights of
FOR SALE-6 room frame house FOR SALE-Two sets single others.

with bath on south Anderson mattresses and box springs, The hope of salvation, whichis
street. Second house on right. $12.50 each set; baby stroler, is peace eternal, is God's promiseto
Contact Richard Giddens, phone $1.75. Jerry's Furniture and Ap all mankind. We must remem
4373357. Nov. 3, 1 tp. pliance. Old Dixie Highway, 2 ber, however, that God expect1)
miles south of Korona. Phone something of us in return..
WANTED TO BUY-59 or 60 6 'IC
4373752. 11-3-ltc.
cyl. Chevy, good condition, no
rust. Cash for good buy. Joe Mar. LOSE WEIGHT safely with Dex-
tel, P. O. Box 524, Bunnell. A-Diet Tablets. Only 98c at \ Rtadyour BIBLE dally

113-' ltp. Moody Pharmacy. Oct. 20, 8 tp. and

WANTED A CARETAKER for HOUSE FOR SALE-2 story GO TO CHURCH:

Lake Diston Lodge, free rent, frame house, 200 North Railroad SUNDAY
utilities. Opportunity to earn street. Inquire after 7 p. m.
additional money renting lodge Phone 4373580. Oct. 6 TF ....-
.
and two cottages, fishing boats,
etc. Contact Spurlin. 701 Church SEPTIC TANK Cleaning; drain
street, Decatur, Ga. 10-27.3tp fields installed; Rota-Roter snail
shell. Reasonable prices. Call --
6 MONTH OLD ZIG ZAG -Repossessed .
George Jarosz, 437.3410 8-1-tf
but like new, makes
hundreds of fancy stitches, BEE LINE FASHIONS
makes automatic buttonholes, Home Style Shows. Clothing for
' sews 'on buttons, monograms, whole family. Hours you choose.
- embroiders, darns, patches, etc. Car and phone necessary. No in ,
Guaranteed. Assume remaining vestment. Write P. O. Box 93, //
6 paments of 600. Phone Collect Holly Hill, Fla. 10-20,27,11-3; 3tp S % S :
Daytona 255-6431. 10.27.2tp 71L7iTNc1ff: .
HOUSE FOR SALE: with 1.5
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in good condition, ready to go. five miles west of Bunnell off /
Bargain. D. O. Everhart, 305 S. highway 100. Call David J. Burn-
16th Street, Flagler Beach. Phone sed in Gainesville at 3760619.
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g-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE TOURS. NOV. 3, 1966


BOOK WEEK IS BEING
MEDICAREQUESTIONS SPONSORED BY CHILDREN '
LAND. n SEAFASHIONS
National Children's Book Weekis

andANSWERS October 30-November 7, 1966.

The slogan for Book Week this ... -

year is "Books Please."

Q. If I go to a doctor and he The Teachers and Principalof .:>
the Bunnell Primary School
sends me to a hospital to have
scheduled several activities to DRASTIC REDUCTIONS
some X-rays made to determinethe emphasize the importance of
cause of my Illness-are the reading, for enjoyment, enrichment
costs of the X-rays covered un 'and gaining knowledge.On .
der any part of medicare? IN PRICES ON
November 8th at 9:00: a.
A. Yes, ,the X-ray costs would
m. there will be a Special Book
come under the hospital part of Week Assembly Program. During
medicare, If your doctor decides the Assembly Miss Eloise Summer StockTo
diagnostic services are necessaryto McClure and Mrs. James O.
determine the nature or severity Craig will present their second
of your Illness. The benefits grade classes in play, "The Old
are paid on the basis of 'a Woman Who Lived In a Shoe," Make Room for New Winter Lines
diagnostic study. This is 20
a with songs, poems, and dances
day period during which you receive related to books and book char
diagnostic services from acters. (Sale Begins Thursday; November, 3, 9:00: a. M.)
the same hospital. For each 20
day period you would pay the Special Music for the programis Through Saturday, November 12 (Full 9 Day Sale)
first $20.00 and medicare hospital under the direction of the
insurance! Would pay 80 Music Teacher, Miss Barbara
percent of the balance. The $20 Field.In QUALITY LINE

you pay for each study can observing American Educa All Shades
count toward your $50 deduct. tion Week November 6.12, all HOSE 2 99*
able under part "B" of medicare. pr.
friends, parents and school of and Sizes
facials are invited to the
( ) assembly
Limit ((2) Pair PleaseLADlE'S
program and to visit the
Q. Under the hospital part of school during the Special Week.
medicare the term "spell of ill

ness" keeps coming up please CARD OF THANKSI
explain fully what it means and Ladle's
is it possible to have more than would like to thank my
one "spell of illness in a year?" friends for the many cards, DRESSES.. PANTS
flowers, and visits during
my
A. A spell of illness begins
on stay in the hospital and 'also PEDAL PUSHERS
the first day that receive
you
during my recuperation at home.
covered hospital extendedcare 25% *
or SHORTS
Your thoughtfulness .is deeply
services after the medicare \
appreciated.Mrs. *
program began (July 1, 1966). Mae Hendren HOG CALLERS
It continues until you have been
out of any hospital or extended to
care facility for 60 consecutive
days- then it ends. When one of ,. 33XO
days extended care service ,i
spell of illness ends another can during a spell of Illness. Your 333 % : .
begin by entering a covered hospital insurance pay for all
hospital or extended care facility days-and all but $5 a day for
If your doctor deems such covered services for the first 20 (All Sizes)
services necessary. It would be the next 80 days. In order to receive OFF REGULAR Good for Year
possible to have 2.3 or more this extended care service
"spells of Illness" in a years you must have 'been in .a hose PRICE, Round WearMEN'S
period. pital for at least 3 days and
( ) transferred by your doctor ,to an
extended care facility for further
Q. My green medicare hand. treatment of the same condition
book states that extended care you were in the hospitalfor. CHILDREN'STROUSERS
services are not covered until This transfer must be made Dresses
Jan. 1, 1967. How many days within 14 days after your discharge
service can I expect-and are from the hospital and
there any special rules to followto the extended care facility must Reduced to Sell NEW OUTFITS Play Suits
be entitled to this service? be one participating in the medicare (Dress Work
or )
All Sizes
A. You many receive up to 100 program. ARRIVING DAILY ( )

KOFF FALL, WINTER and
33 25
SPRING LINES %

HAD ENOUGH"On '
Come in and see

Off Regular Price them Off Regular Price



Step nol GIRDLES Now.$400 FORMALS (Reduced) $1 00
Now.......... ;JI
November,.let the citizens of Florida

'send Washington loud, clear message. Let's HAND BAGS Reduced, $300
Now........
tell them we're tired of riots and lawlessness, Men* TIES (Hook on or Button
Ladies Down ......
Now 25
we're tired of inflation, we're tired of tax and Flannel PAJAMAS Now $399 % Off

waste, we're tired of rampant crime in our

streets and we're tired of slaps at our Ladies BLOUSES Tops Women's JEWELRY (Reduced)
." Now Third off off 1 :ThirdJUST
CO""
jJ41KEEP

ULTRA.LIBERALr ARRIVED:
THE : Double Knit Short SleeyeSHIRTS
All Weather
OUT OF TALLAHASSEE COATS and By FeatherknitsSUITS

JACKETSBoysWomenMen

Democrat or Republican you can I MEN

. Vote for the MAN with a PLAN $1 M95 to BOYS
Drastically

SO REDUCED SALES
VOTEK 12 QUICK,




I R KFOR THIS IS A REAL SALE!


GOVERNORPaid

"These items and many more have been reduced drastically to make room for
new outfits arriving daily."

Political Adv.



FLAGLER TRIBUNE TOURS- NOV. 3 I960 ST THOMAS
WORK Friends of Bill Burnsed will 1 1 I BRIDE ELECT SUE KING

DAY SUNDAY, NOV. 6 be sorry to learn he underwent: HONORED AT LUNCHEON

Following the morning worship surgery last Friday at Bunnell 1
General Miss Sue King, bride elect of
service at St Thomas Epis. Hospital.
November 23, was honored at a
U copal Church a work day will 1 Jim and Opal Craig had as i luncheon at Ball North Saturday
be conducted by members, Sun,. their weekend houseguests, Mr. Hostess for the occasionwas
,; LOCALS day Novembzer 6th. and Mrs. J. B. Stones of Cocoa. Mrs. Harry Atkinson.

All members planning to at Neal Atkinson left Monday for
Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Alford
tend are asked to bring a picnic Fort Benning, Georgia where he returned
IDLEWOOD CLUB MEETS BRIDE ELECT COMPLIMENTED lunch for their' family and 1 I will enter training for the Para. home last Thursday after .
TUESDAY EVENINGThe necessary cleaning materials. a two weeks visit in North
Mrs. Walter Knight and Mrs. troopers. Carolina and Virginia.
Idlewood Club will mee t Tommy Durrance entertained The work day is being conducted
Tuesday evening, November I 8 in
with a bridal luncheon at thee an effort to prepare
at the home of Mrs. Louis the grounds and building for the
Ilk, East Moody Boulevard. Th : Tropics Saturday in Daytona Church Dedication planned' for CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS
program will be presented b y; Beach, honoring Miss Sue King, Monday, November 14, accord.
Miss Judy Joiner of the Florida November bride elect. ing to Mrs. Louis Steflik. By Jackie Deeb
Power and Light Company. The
topic will be indoor Christmas|: A silver serving tray was presented The many friends of Mrs. Rose. Weddings Canopes and
lighting. to the honoree by the ly Cameron will be sorry to Buffets Hors D'oeuvres
learn she is medical
a patientat
hostesses, and were Cocktail
corsages Parties
Halifax Hospital in (Pick-up orders for
ATTENDS CELEBRATIONMrs. given to Miss King, her mother, Dayona Holiday Parties
Beach. small parties
)
Mrs. Herschel King and her
Frank Steflik Sr., was 1
Miami last week the guest o ngrandmother r Mrs. O. F. Alford. Tony and Mildred Kahlert JACKIE'S

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jacso. While 1 Twenty invited guests enjoyed have as their houseguests, Roy
!there she attended the Hungarian the lovely affair. and Bea Meaders of Live Oak. 500 N. NOVA RD. DAYTONA BEACH. FLA.
Refugee Celebration of 10 i (The Meaders are former operators .
years in the United States. Con Mrs. Amorette Wells returned of Stuckey's). PHONES 255.4626 and 677-8912

gressman Claude Pepper was home Saturday after a two I
one of the guest speakers for the .
weeks visit in Baxley, Georgia.Mrs. .
celebration. Wells was accompaniedhome Vote for your State Treasurer. Vote for Broward'Wltliams..

by her sister and brotherin
The Intermediate Girls Auxiliary law, Mr. and Mrs. N A. Connor
of the First Baptist Church Sr. While In Baxley, Mrs. AbilityExperienceServiceBroward
and their leaders, Mrs. Lola Mae Wells attended Kennedy family
Parker and Mrs. Louise Church, reunion.
..* attended the State G. A. House Williams Is YOUR man 24-year career employeeIn
Party In Daytona Beach Saturday Harry Atkinson and Tony State Treasurer's Office voted by 1965 Legislatureone 4
of State's top three administrators leader of '
and Malzone spent the weekend In
Sunday.
vigorous programs for traffic safety, education, retirees .
Rocklnham, N.C., where they at.
member of executive committee of National '
Association
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
tended the American 500 car of Insurance Commissioners.
Barber during the past weekend races.
were their son and daughter In
law; Mr. and Mrs. Pete Barberof Vicki King, a student at Flor *. '
Montgomery, Alabama. Theyall ida State University, spent last "Broward Williams '
visited in Palatka with the weekend here with her parents, -
Barbers daughter, Mrs. Ellie Herschel and Peggy King. ,
Shaw. State Treasurer
Bill and Curtis Deen were business
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Cook of St. m visitors in Homestead Sat
Augustine visited in Bunnell urday. Democrat/Political Advertisement Paid for by Fred N, Lowry, Treat

-Sunday. They reported their son,
David is now in Quantico, Va., "
taking the Marine Officers train- .
Ing. CHEVROLET

Guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. B.

Fuller Monday and Tuesday, _
were Mr. and Mrs, B. D. Fullerof
Panama City. ;i2.J T

Mr. and Mrs. F II. Howell
have returned from a week
spent visiting relatives in south
Florida and touring points of In
terest. They also visited Sanabel
and Captiva Islands In the Gulf
of Mexico.

,
Mike McMillan visited in Bun-
nell Monday with his parents,
Mac and Ethel McMillan. MikeIs
stationed In Cocoa with the
Florida Highway Patrol.

The Buckles enjoyed a reunion
recently at the home of Mrs.
: Daisy Buckles, East Moody Bou
levard. Those enjoying the re
union were Mr. and Mrs. Edward ,. ;' wr
Dillon of Providence, R. I., who
were her house guests; Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Barker and children,
Isla, Iris and Jim; George MeAm .
and daughter Jackie all of
Smyrna Ga; Mr. 'and Mrs. Brady
., Wadsworth and children Sylvia,
Candace, John and Cindy of Impala Super Sport Coupe-a clean new sweep in roof lines.

v Jessup Hoel Ga, Don; Mr.and and Wayne Mrs. ,Wendell and Now that you've seen all the daring new things our stylists did,

'", Mr.Lise and all of Mrs.Jacksonville Al Vandercoff; Mr. and and get in and sample some of the safest, soundest ideas on the road!

: Mrs. George Allen Jr. and Ida,
1 George, and Lila of Bunnell; What you feel is as new as what you We put safety features on top of hp Turbo-Jet V8 and flat-cornering
f also an Invited guest, Mrs. Helen see-thanks to all the fresh thinking safety features. For example, an suspension. You can order it for
Sullivan of Bunnell. that's gone into the way it rides, energy-absorbing steering wheel either the Impala Super Sport
steers, stops and looks after your atop the new GM-developed energy- Coupe or Convertible.Of .
safety. absorbing steering column. A dual
course, there are all sorts of new
r" It's got a remarkable new road feel master cylinder brake system with custom features you: can add, too,
-beginning with a ride so hushed warning light. And seat belts front' such as tape or FM stereo. But if
and gentle you'll feel like calling this and rear with pushbutton buckles. you find so much that's new"a bit
UBgEa All standard, to be sure. too much to
the 67 Shhhevrolet. The steeringis remember-drop downto .
f.. Rt as much as 10%easier. And you'll And there's a new SS 427 performance your dealer's and take a drive.It'll .
find the stopping smoother, too. package;complete with 385- all become unforgettable..


! I fGMl .

._J ,Evening new tliat cod dllappcn..lz ppencJl Now at yot Ir CIICTP1Ct&a1er's. m

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