The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
October 20, 1966
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
29.4675 x -81.256944


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note:
Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).

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St. Johns tribune
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Palm Coast news
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Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune


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Commerce Body "JOURNEY IN FAITH" Bunnell Bulldogs HALLOWEEN ( Plans To Observe

Held Regular Meet Defeat FloridaD. I JFarm City Week

Yesterday a. m. I Any of those interested in participating & B. Friday Eve.The The V. F. W. Auxiliary is Are UnderwayLocal

in a "Journey iiFaith" sponsoring a Halloween Carnival
Directors of the Flagler County I Bunnell Bulldogs of Bun agricultural representatives
class to lean on October 29 at the Bunnell
Chamber of Commerce me inquirer's nell High School captured their met Monday to make plans

!at a regular meeting at the Milton 'I more about the doctrines, beliefs, third victory of the season last Civic Center. Booths sponsoredby include for National Farm-City Week,

Motel yesterday morning and understanding of men and Friday evening as ,they downed different organizations November 18-24. Plans were

and heard the appointments of; God, are cordially invited to St Florida D & B 14-6 on the home the following: Spanish made to provide speakers for
Club, Hayride; Latin Club, Roman
Thomas Church. Contact
the various committees made by field. various activ.ues, ask mayorsto
President L. E. Wadsworth. Mr. Stuart after church 01 The Dragons won the toss and booth and refreshment sign proclamations, proclaIm.

:Mayor R. L. McNab represented phone 439-2136. elected to receive but were unable stand; Tri-Hi-Y, fortune telling ing Farm City Week, and publicity .

the City of Flagler Beach and There will be no lectures, only to move the ball againstthe booth; Ladies Guild Community in news media.

Dave Perryman, commissioner, a short introductory statement determined Bulldogs and Church, Miscellaneous; Woman'sClub j The overall purpose of the Far-

for the City of Bunnell. 'on one of the several topics tc I II were forced to punt. Surprise Package; Band,I City week activities is to pro.

Louis Steflik presented a brochure I be covered (sin, man, church,, i iI Bunnell drove for one first Cakewalk; Catholic Womens organization ; mote a better understanding between
I God) and then I down and then Wade Thornton Baked goods; Senior!
in the form of a prospec sacraments, we I City and Farm people.
tus prepared by the architectsin will inquire together, trying to! made a tremendous catch of Class, Target Booth. II Heading up the committees for
The V. F. W. Auxiliary
Miami and employed by the elicit out of our own experiences i Walton Cowarts 35 yard pass to the activities of the week are
Board of County Commissionersabout I some better understanding' give Bunnell another first down serve a chicken supper hot dogs, Don Jordon, George Clegg, and
I drinks candied apples, pie and
a year ago setting forth of who we are and what purposewe on the Dragon 12 yard line. I Tillman Robinson. They are being .

the feasibility of creating an In- have. After Bill Harris picked up ,tw< coffee. assisted by Ab Johnston, of

dustrai park on the airport located The study will be limited to yards on the dive play, Cowar the ASC, SCDS, and WCD; Ly-

between Bunnell and ten sessions at night to be arranged rolled out around left end and Annual Flagler man Gage of the Cattlemen's

Flagler Beach. I to best suit those partic sprinted 10 yeards into paydirt Association; G. B. Kelly of the

I ipating. There will be a fee of Cowart then kicked the extra Farm BureauBanquet Florida Forestry; Ernest Long of

The brochure was discussed by $2.04 per couple to defray cost point to give Bunnell a. 7-0 lead : the Vocational Ag Department

the group and it was pointed out of publication, coffee, study, and midway ,the first quarter. FridayThe and M. B. Fuller of the newspaper. -
that the industrial site area at The Dragons again were un- 'I .
the airport could furnish plentyof I able to move the ball and punted Fifth Annual Dinner I

water from the Flagler Beach to Bunnell. A 42 yeard pass Meeting of The Flagler Farm

well near the site and that the Officers Installed i: play from Cowart to Henry Bow Bureau will be held at the I Homecoming For

Florida Power and Light Com I ers moved the Bulldogs into School Cafeteria Friday eveningat I

pany's sub-station almost ad. I I I scoring position again, but a 15 7:30: p. m. Bunnell HighOctober
Senior Citizens
jacent to the site has plenty of : By i yard penalty momentarily halted Mrs Norma Turner is prepar

power for industry.The I Beginning its fourth year, the I the drive as Florida D & B ing the banquet watch features 28thBy

next regular meeting of I'Flagler Senior Citizens Club at I took over on their own 12 yard products grown in Flagler Coun
( Donnie
the Chamber will be at Flagler' October line. Program and arrangementsare Moore)
its meeting Tuesday evening, ty.
I the
I' Again time of rolls
Beach, Wednesday, Nov. 2. 18, in the Municipal build Again forced to kick, the being handled by John A'I around when the air year is filled

ing, Flagler Beach, installed the Dragons were unable to withstand Clegg, Daniel C. Johnston with excitement ,and enthusiasm
following officers for the 1966.67 the Bulldog assault. Don- Louis M. Steflik. :. here
season: Chairman, Lynn Clary; nie Moore, leading the ground The program will have brief I at Bunnell High, and on
American Home
Legion touchdown Coming Day, October 28,
attack, drove over for the
Vice-Chairman, Gilbert ; reports from several committees the spirit will rise
higher than
Will Sponsor Vets Secretary, Mrs. Lois Stanton; from four yards out trjen including a review of the year I the bon fire the previous night,

Treasurer, Martin Fuelling; ran the. extra point to give Bun- by President George F. Clegg. Asa I II said Donnie Moore of the Junior

Parade Nov. Nth Registrar, Miss Elsie Sheriff. nell a 14.0 lead. special feature, two foreign Class.
I There were 60 members and Another Bunnell drive was I agriculture students, one from I i "This home
I in coming, as always,
At the regular meeting of Post guests present for the installa- halted by territory a penalty Just before deep the I England and one from Bolivia,j we will bring back our alumini

No. 115 of the American Legion tion ceremony which was presided Dragon will give short talks on agriculture I to good ole Bunnell High. "This

held Monday night at the Bun- over by Rev. Reynold I half ended. with in their countries.A year we will treat our guests
The Bulldogs, plagued
nell Civic Center, Duane Deen Hoover. new board of directors will II well" said the Junior Class, "at
unable to
I penalties, were
was nominated to fill the unex- Chairman Clary appointed be elected to continue the next one o'clock Friday afternoon at
in the second half although they I
term of vicecommanderChuck Walter Creal chairman of the work.Bunnell. '
pired I moved the ball well. years the Bunnell Cafeteria. We are
Massinnee, who resignedthe Publicity Committee; Mr. and
feed 'em
gonna up and give 'em
aided coupleof
The by a
when he left for his old Mrs. John Scott to head the Dragons
post scored midway free tickets to the foot ball game
Bunnell penalties,
home in Wisconsin. House Committee; Mrs. Marjorie I "
Friday night.
of the third period on a 12-
chairman of the Hospitality High
the making projects Gage as j
Among money from Green to After the gam at 8 o'clock Fri-
the Post will undertake Committee; and Mrs. pass day night when the
Their to run
Samuels. attempt
this fall and winter will be 3 I Irma Parker was placed in the extra point failed and ,the Parade and Bulldogs romp over the greeniesf
turkey-shoots. The first one will charge of the Visitation Com
Lopez, an important
scoring for the game was endedat
be held on Saturday, November mittee. Pep Rally inference came for the Bulldogs
19 on Road 100 at the Bimini Rev. E. Lester Stanton, who 146. there will be a dance at
and Bill Harris were,
been named to head a com Dan Cody Any club or organization may
Bar. Location of the other two I the Bunnell Civic Center with
mittee to recommend additional cited for their defensive playas enter floats or cars in the homecoming .
shoots will be announced later, the loudest "foot
stomping, hog
members stated. material for group singing, made were two surprise starters, sophomore parade on Friday, October
committee calling you've heard tell
Charlie Methvin be
28. The will
The Annual Veteran's Day Pa his report which was accepted. Miller. Jack of. There will be a band to furnish
80 freshman Billy gin at the school and proceedto
rade will be held on Friday, November The club voted to purchase the "racket," and we'll fin.
books.It Sparkman, senior tackle, suffered U. S. 1 on Magnolia and turn
11 at 2:30: m. Raymond new song ish
p. final the night with a real good
in the
Smith has been named was announced that an Executive a knee injury south continuing to Moody Boulevard time."
marshall.All Board meeting would beheld quarter and will probably be and continue to the
parade out of action for the remainderof school.
social, fraternal, patrioticand Wednesday morning, MRS. AUDREY IMPROTAMrs.
civic in the Der 26, at 10 o'clock at the homef the season. The group will disperse back
organizations .
Audrey Improta of De-
I Mrs. Marjorie Gage in Flag- This week the Bulldogs travel at the school. Entry fees are
asked to participatein
are Leon
county died
the Springs Sunday. She
to Melbourne to take on
two dollars for floats and one
Beach. The next regular
the parade, Commander Floyd ler In Satur- Is ,the mother of Russell Impro
Air a
meeting of the club will be on Florida Academy dollar for cars.
Hurl stated. Bun- I ta Birmingham, Alabama, who
November 1. day afternoon engagement. I A pep rally will be held on
convenience of the organizations
For the was former resident
a of Bun.
nell will be seeking revenge for Thursday night, October 27. The
in the county, The handed to nell. She was 64 years of age.
last year's walloping will gather at the school
A ball park favorite, the pea- group
Tribune is printing an entry Funeral services
I them by the Falcons. and form a snake dance to the were held
blank below. nut, is not a nut but a legume. Wednesday afternoon at two o'
stadium. After a "yelling good
clock from the DeLeon
time led by the cheerleaders, a Springs

Entry Blank Veteran's Day Parade Small Claims the bonfire dummy will for glow Father and Lopez.become Methodist followed at the Church.DeLeon Interment Springs

AMERICAN LEGION POST 115, Court DatesAnnounced Reservations dance should for the be homecoming made hill Cemetery Funeral with Home Allen in charge.Summer.

BUNNELL, FLORIDA. She is survived
with Elaine TIdwell. by 2 sons, Russell

Please accept our entry for 'a participant in the Veteran's Birmingham, Ala., and

Day Parade to be held on Friday, November, 1966 at 2:30: p. m. Claims Court session Leegrand, U. S. Navy; 4 brothers,
Allen and Lee Jackson, Cleveland
Name of organization: dates have been announced this Cambodians regard white I Ohio, George Jackson,
week by Small Claims Court teeth as bad luck, the National Pompano Beach and Dudley

.....................................................-....--.-..-..--................... Judge Thomas Lenssen. Theyare Geographic says. They darken' Jackson, Birmingham, Ala.; and
December with betel nut set
November 3rd and 17th; their teeth or :
Located at: 2 sisters, Mrs. Ruth Bailey and
1st and 15th; and January them with gold and gems. Mrs. Irene Scheafer Clevelarid

.................................................__ ,..... T ..........__.................... 5th 1967. Ohio. ,
Signed By: At the last session of the Hall.
in favor of the Settled out of court were Stur-
Court Judgment
To assure survival of the

_._..............wrr, J I -....-..- plaintiff Brown and Brown vs. man's Department Store vs. Burl- species, the common North
Title Carol Buckles; B. Czachorowskivs. I' sey; Sturman's DepartmentStore I American toad can lay 28,000
is contin
by default vs.
L. Jones: Judgement eggs in a 10-hour period.

............................................................................................ Citizens Bank vs. R. N. ued.

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voting. county the of I III I )Dem( LENSSEN L. THOMAS I I )Dem( WADSWORTH L. W.

.33tc.Vote 3 Nov. and 20-27% Oct. electors of majority a by ratification upon only tive )One for Vote( )One for Vote(
Florida. ;County Flagler. effec become to charter a for providing ;respectively Judge
Court Claims Small
Instruction Public Terrace Temple or City Plant of electors the of vote Three Group

of Board Board the County of Chairman Flagler majority a by County Hillsborough and Tampa of Circuit Judicial

EMERY HAROLD ))Signed( government consolidated the with municipalities those I I ,
Florida.' Bunnell.' of governments the consolidate to right the Terrace Seventh Judge Court Circuit

Court County Flagler House Temple and/or/ City Plant of electors, the to preserving I II I )Dem( EDMONSON )Zip( A. P.
;therein municipality any or county the upon ferred I I-
-Instruction Public of Board -con- has Legislature the or Constitution the which

Superin County,Harris Flagler G. Coy tendent Mr.\ :To any purposes municipal and county for powers all and )One for Vote( I II I )Dem( WINGFIELD' H. ROBT.
"Florida. nell. exercise shall which government a for Charter Sheriff
Bun- School Bunnell Center adopta to power the granted be County Hillsborough
-Material County Flagler' the for System electorsof the that providing )One for Vote(
Conditioning Air and Heating the Constitution State the of I I
for. Bid "Sealed marked and sealed' 24 section adding VIII Article to amendment an ing Two Group

completely be shall Bids All Propos County. Hillsborough of governments county )Dem( MOODY M.: GEORGE Circuit Judicial
Bonds. Performance' and municipal of consolidation provide 1 1I 1 ,
for to er
and Bond, Bid Form. Bid ,to pow. Judge
Seventh Court Circuit
electorate Giving -
-pertaining 3.3 and 2.Z 1.1 Items! section COUNTY HILLSBOROUGH

-above executed fully the of be A-l must Page which to and Form .Bid r I 'AMENDMENT THE AGAINST 24 SECTION ADDING VIII ARTICLE )One for Vote( I I

for. 7' No. Item A-2.% Page I.i tion TO AMENDMENT CONSTITUTIONAL Court Circuit
Sec- to made hereby Is Reference' I I AMENDMENT THE .
bidding. the COUNTYClerk )Dem( MELTON: W.' HOWELL
In irregularities, any waive to also I II I
and !Bids all or any reject to right prescribe.FOR may Legislature the as property I I AMENDMENTNo. THE AGAINST
the reserves Instruction Public tangible or personal as taxation valorem ad from I I
of Board County Flagler The )One for Vote(
Bonds. part in exempted be may livestock and inventory I I AMENDMENT THE
Performance and Check Security, tradeor in stock, as known, commonly merchandise I II I CRAIG )Gus( H. A. )One Group(
Bondor Bid include shall and commoditiesand wares goods that providing ,
-letterheads own on description.FOR and proportions
their bid prescribe sizes Circuit Judicial
Constitution State the 14A
of adding
a furnish! shall constractors Section IX Article to -commercial
All an standard with conform shall Flag State the )One for Vote( ,
))refundable" Exemption-Proposing TAXATION Seventh Judge Court Circuit
not( each 3.05$ of price purchase' -providingthat Constitution State the of ,12 Section XVI
at available made be will 14A SECTION ADDING IX. ARTICLE Article to amendment an Proposing FLAG STATE County
.-specifications) of sheets Individual and ) TO AMENDMENT CONSTITUTIONAL I I
refundable not( each .50$ of price ase 12 SECTION XVI. ARTICLE RepresentativesFlagler

purch-Drawingswill a at of available sheets made Individual be 13 TO AMENDMENT 4 No.CONSTITUTIONAL of House State ,Member I )Dem( RAWLS' S. JOHN

-following the on only Florida:basis Beach I 1 AMENDMENTNo. THE AGAINST
Daytona Avenue Halifax North I I AMENDMENT THE AGAINST 1 I )One for Vote(
3 623%& Gehlert.' J. Craig Architect
for the from Specifications available, and be will Drawings bidding> I I THE FOR I I AMENDMENT THE FOR f fI I )Dem( POPE A. VERLE D Group

Avenue Halifax Florida North Beach.523 Daytona% .ert. transacted. be shall business other No, officers. lecting District Appellate First

-Geh- J. Craig Architect. the of flee se- and members new in swearing organization registering. when certificates ) Appeal of Court District ,Judge
of the at also and Florida Beach. purposeof the for Election General the after November naturalization their present must citizens naturalized One for Vote( '
Daytona, Exchange. Builder's the at in Tuesday on that requirement the removing ; .
and Florida, Orlando in room Plan first the meet shall Legislature the electors of quirements, District Senatorial 41st
Dodge the Florida" Jacksonville' in' that providing Constitution State the of 2A Section re residency fulfilled yet not have who but State I I
room Plan Dodge Florida. 3unnell. adding III the of residents have persons by
, Article to amendment an Proposing poses. become who States
building House Court office.. pur- United the of I I ) (
-Instruction Public of Superintendent's' organization for session Special LEGISLATIVE Vice-President and President for I I Dem SPECTOR SAM
the at inspection for available be 2A SECTION ADDING III. elections national in voting, for provide may Legislature ,
will specifications and Drawings TO AMENDMENT CONSTITUTIONAL the that, providing Constitution State the of 1 tion I II I )Dem( JR. COVINGTON D. D.
unopened. returned be Sec VI Article to amendment an Proposing Election. )One for Vote(
will time specified ,
the after
12 No.
received Bids read. publicly and ed' Presidential in vote to Qualifications ELECTORS )One for Vote( C Group
open- be will place and time which 1 SECTION VI. ARTICLE
at A.M. 10:00:: at 1966. 8.8 I I AMENDMENT TIlE AGAINST TO AMENDMENT District Senatorial 16th District Appellate First
-November on office Superintendents unty .CONSTITUTIONAL ,
Co- the at received be will, Bids! 3 Appeal of Court District Judge
Florida. County. Flagler AMENDMENT TIlE FOR _
-Instruction Public of Board County Flagler... AMENDMENTNo. THE
the for Florida Runnell School)() I I AGAINST I '
Bunnell Center Material County( jurisdiction. competent of court ) (
Dem BOYD ) (
Tar A. J.
Flagler{ new the for system! ioning I II I
.Condl-.Air and Heating complete of ina jurors twelve of composed be shall jury property I I AMENDMENT THE FOR I )Dem( CARROLL K. DONALD
a on labor and materials of condemnation each that providing Constitutioon
-furnishing the for. proposals Sealed.. State the of 29 Section XVI Article to amendment an bond. One for Vote( .
file to quired
Proposing JURY. PROPERTY OF CONDEMNATION re be shall but Governor the by commissioned be District Senatorial 15th )One for Vote(

,3-3tc.3 Nov. and 20-27% Oct 29 SECTION XVI. ARTICLE not shall Superintendent the that providing ;expire B Group
Florida.Instruction County I Flagler Public TO AMENDMENT CONSTITUTIONAL shall Board the of Members the of majority a of terms I I
of Board County Flagler 11 the which in year the in June of day Thirtieth the I II I District Appellate First

Board the of Chairman beyond extend not shall which employment of tract Appeal of Court District Judge
EMERY HAROLD Florida. )Bunnell Signed( r I AMENDMENTNo. THE AGAINST con. a into enter may Board the that provided Board I II I )Dem( JR. EDWARDS\ K. L.

School. the of pleasure the at serve
Bunnell Center' Material shall Superintendent
County Flagler. the for Bid Sealed. ..' I I AMENDMENT THE FOR the Instruction Public of Superintendent a appoint to I ,
marked plainly be shall authorized )One (
counties in Providing for Vote
-envelope Constitution State
the of front the addition ,
Florida. Bunnell. In law. by the of 6A Section Adding VIII Article to amendment District Senatorial 14th \ )Dem( ERVIN RICHARD

House provided otherwise as except dissolved be shall an Proposing Instruction. Public of Superintendents, Senator
Court County Flagler. -district existing no,that providing ;notice published and Appointive of Employment and Terms EDUCATION
-Instruction Public of Board hearing public resolution upon referendum without 6A SECTION ADDING VIII. ARTICLE LEGISLATIVEState )One for Vote(

County Flagler tendent.' county the in District Peace the of Justice any of TO AMENDMENT CONSTITUTIONAL 3 No. Group
Superin .
Harris. Coy Mr. :To
boundaries the revise to County Orange
:envelope of Commissioners
the of front r 2
Court the of Justice
the on marked plainly and sealed. County of Board the authorizing Constitution State
completely be shall bids All the of V Article to amendment an Proposing AMENDMENTNo. )Dem( CARTER
Bidding. the. tricts. I I THE AGAINST I II I W.' JERRY
I ,
In Irregularities any waive to also' Dis Peace the of Justice County Orange JUDICIAL
and Bids all or any reject
to right
of the Board reserves'County Instruction Fierier Public The TO AMENDMENT V ARTICLE CONSTITUTIONAL I I AMENDMENT THE FOR )One, for Vote( I I )Dem( O'CONNELL' C. STEPHEN

Bonds., 2 Group Commission Service
-Performance and Bond Bid Forms Bid. to 10 election. general next the at electors the to: ,
pertaining 3.3 and 2 1.1 Items' lon.: submitted be shall convention by adopted as stitution Public Florida Commissioner )One for Vote(
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must which Form 2 No.
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purchase a at available T. \V.\
bemade will specifications of sheet! funds. of apportionment for providing ; TO AMENDMENT.CONSTITUTIONAL j I

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_Thursday_. __ ______, __ _____ ..'. __ -0- _..__, ___ -___ __ ___ ________ ---- -- ---- __ ___ ___,
and for final discharge as
Bunnell Methodist i[ tof Deceased of the will of HARRY Execu-I

I Dated Oct. OhIN 1966 Quantity i Rights

ChurchOliver I I I J ? Executor A. I WE GIVE Reserved
, I| Oct. 6. 13. 20. 27 4tc I METTS
I ***
! ( F. Taylor. Pastor) I If

Christianity emphasizes both i I IN RE, FLORIDA: Estate ofTHE.ODORE IN PUOUATE. TOP Thurs., Fri., Sat.,

the community end the individ I I H WEBER. I and MondayOct.

ual. The community of God is a I I TO ALL:NOTICE Deceased PERSONS OF PRORATE INTERESTED VALUE SUPER MARKET 20, 21, 22

fellowship of believers. However,
I and 24
at the same time and while par CEDENT:
You are hereby notified that a 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.
ticipating in this fellowship, the I written Instrument purporting: to STAMPS Tel. 4373201U.
be the last will and testament of
individual also has a personal said decedent has been admitted to
relationship with God. God is probate In this court. You are here-
by commanded within six calendar U. S. Choice
concerned with each individual, months from the date of the
first publication of this notice to
and he sent his son to the earth appear In this court and show S. Choice
that better understand cause If any you can why the action CHUCK STEAK Lb. 59
we may of this court In admitting said
: this relationship. Every individ I unrevoked.will to probate should not stand CHUCKROAST

: ual is known to God, and no one /s/ T. K. McKnight

l is unimportant in the eyes of I County County Judge.Florida.Flagler Florida Grade "A"BROILERS

, God. The relationship of every 19l'sI.nt publication: September 29, SPLIT

Christian with God needs to be Sep. 29. Oct. 6. 13. 20 4tc. Lb. 35'

personal in its own unique way. IN TilE COUNTY JUDGF'S COURT
Christian experiences vary and FI.OKIUA. IN 1MIOIIATK.INo. .
seldom fall into exact molds, 820. Florida Grade "A"
IN RE: Estate of
but we should feel the need of I I RONALD A. QADAFEE. SR. LO 53
Family Pkg.CUTUP .
this relationship, Even the Deceased lb.JJ.f89
Psalmist felt this. "Save me, O All creditors of the estate of
God, by thy name, and vindi- are hereby notified and re-
cate me by thy might. Psalms quired to Die any claims or demands -
which they may have against Armour (Capital)
54:1.: said estate In the office of the
County Judge of Flagler County SMOKED
IN TilE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN Florida in the courthouse at Bun- Florida Grade "A"STEWING
AND FOR FLAC.LFIl tOUN- nell l. .. .TY, STATE OF FLORIDA. IN I months from the date of the first
PRORATE. Case No. fW publication of this notice. Each
IN RE: Estate of claim or demand must be In writ-
HARRY CLECTO. Ing and must state the place or
Deceased residence and post-office address of Lyke's (Sugar Creek)
NOTICE OK FILING PETITION the claimant and must be sworn to HENS
FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF by the claimant his agent or his
EXECUTOR attorney or It will become void 12Pkgs.::
Notice Is hereby given that I according to law. WIENERS 2 : 9/V
have filed my final return as Ex- October 20th 1966.
ecutor of the Estate of HARRY /Josephine Q. Gadapee
CL.EGO Deceased, that I have filed I Oct. JO. 4tc
my petition for distribution and for '
final discharge, and that on 10th I I 27 World's BelGround
November. 1966 I will apply to the I I Some African tribesmen use LB.
Honorable T. K. McKnUht, County
Judge of Flagler County Florida I'f'wood ashes-rich In potassium QQ0
for approval of said final returns I': as a condiment instead of salt. I BEEF 2Lb,.
and for an order of distribution i I

Notice la hereby given that Alfred R Tucker the holder of the
following/ certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be DAIRY
Issued thereon. The certificate number and year of Issuance the description -
of the property, and the name in which It was assessed Thriftway
are aa follows: Blue Seal
Certificate No 3' Year of Issuance 1163.; Description of Property: SLICED
S% Tr 1 & Tr 3 Blk 6 St. Johns Development I Co Sub, Sec 36, Twp SOLIDPillsbury 1 Lb.
12, Rge 29 E. 20 acres. Assessed to: B Coppersmith. OLEO 2 Pkgs.: 39
In addition to the above the following certificates are outstanding
on said propertyCERTIFICATE : BACON
36 1965 W. M Walker
11 1964 Alfred II Tucker (Buttermilk)
1 1962 Vincent Messina
13 1961 Vincent & Angella Messina Lb.
Assessed to: B. Coppersmith
Also filed for tax deed is the following/ certificate held by John BISCUITS 4 For 39'FROZEN
Seay and Coy G. Harris Jr.,: Certificate No. 16, Year of Issuance 69
1963 to:cr Mary fnJ'j.erty: Lot 2, Blk 168 Bunnell Florida; assessed Pkg.

In addition to the above the following certificates are outstandingon
said propertyCERTIFICATE :
52 1966 Flagler County Limit Please
10 1965 John Seay & Coy G Harris (2))
Jr. Golden Gem 6 oz.JUICE.
Assessed to Mary Kennedy.
Also filed for tax deed Is the following certificate held by JackE. ORANGE
Holt Jr.: Certificate No. 4: Year of Issuance 1963. Description of
Ruby property Rltts: Lot 2, Blk 2, Lake Dlston Park Sub.; Assessed to E. H. and Joe Grain's Florida Grade "A" 6 Can 99

In addition to the above the following certificates are outstanding
on said propertyCERTIFICATE : LARGE
10 1966 Charles Trad FRESH PRODUCE
12 1964 O. F. Alford
31 196,5 O. F. Alford EGG S

Assessed to: E. H. & Ruby Rltts Vine
Also filed for tax deed la the following certificate held by Jack RipeTOMATOES
E. Holt Jr.: Certificate No. 20. Year of Issuance: 1963. Descriptionof
property: Tr 1 Blk 11 St. Johns Dev. Co. Sub. Sec. 31, Twp. 12. 2 "
30 E 10 acres Assessed to: Stable II. lienton Lb. 29
In addition to the above the following certificates are outstandIng -
on said propertyCERTIFCATE : gg

15 1966 Patricia. Purkey
33 1964 Jack E. Holt, Jr. U. S. No. 1 IrishPOTATOES
Assessed to Mable II Benton.
Florida.All of said property being In the county of Flagler State of 10 Lb.

Unless such certificates shall be redeemed according to law the Limit (2) Dozen Please Bag 59
property described In such certificates IM be << highest
bidder at the Court House door on the first d idlntOth month of
November 1966, which Is the 7th day of November 1966
Dated this 29th day of September. 1966
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Oct. 6. 13 20. and 27. 1966 4tc. Flagler County Florida GET READY FOR CHRISTMAS !

VEGETOLE Receive 50 FREE Top Value Stampson

\ t purchase of following items at regular -

BROWN & BROWN INC. 3 Lb price:

I 22 oz. (New)

Twin Package


Limit ((1) with $5.00 or more
7 Jar
437-3394 food orderMAXWELL

Kraft Quart Jar



H. CHAIG Funeral Director L b. OPEN 6 FULL DAYS A WEEKMonday..8

JOHN CAPO Manager ;:

49 a. m. to 7 p. m.

AIR LADY OXYGEN Tin Tuesday ........................8 a. m. to 7 p. m.

CONDITIONEDCHAFEL I I EQUIPPED Wednesday...................8 a. m. to 7 p. m.


Limit ((1) with $5.00 or more Friday..8 a. m. to 8 p. m.

Phone I D 7-3532 l food order Saturday 8 a. m. to 8 p. m.I .




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ry, there are enough of the more I will be charging $1.00 for this. There will be an installation

I Beach unusual type so that those who The talent show was discussed service for officers and an induction

jfager l hove no use for the more popular I again and tickets will be of new members on

brands of writing can also sold for fifty cents. There will be Thursday night, October 20. The

find something to read. I five Judges. service will be held with a banquet .

ANTIQUES AND ing upon her husband to let her The tragic mistake still being These projects will be held in in the school' cafeteria.The .

HOBBIES SHOW give five hundred books or more, I made about libraries is that a I order to make money for our meeting was adjournedby

fiction and non-fiction to this almost certain type of mind wants to scholarship fund. Anne Bourne. There were
Instead of the usual monthly
invisable library. I am 1 turn them into fact factories but The meeting was conductedand thirty members presentCarol
social meeting of the FlaglerWoman's I Townsend
Club there will be an now the Librarian but still feel already there are signs of rebellion adjourned by Dale Abbott, ,

Antique and Hobbies Show at like an imposter to the throne. I on the part of what they president. Reporter

Last year, the Woman's Club used to call in the past, "the Carl Townsend
South Cen
the Clubhouse, 1521
still ran the Library for the City Gentle Reader." As long as we Reporter FIRST BAPTIST
Wednesday, I
tral Avenue, on
and insisted I have two assistants are in this we will see to it, that i CHURCH3rd
October 26, from two to four p.
and N. Central St.
although I do feel rather the Reader, the one who reads I Tri-Hi.Y NewsA
m. The public is invited.
ashamed at having much for all book- Flagler Beach, Florida
in pleasure as great meeting was held by the
interested showinghis
Anyone help. Not but that I was lucky I lovers have done will not be I Tri-III-Y Club on Thursday, October Rev. Max Hall, Pastor

or her hobby or a treasured in havnig two such volunteers pushed aside by the Science- 6. 9:45: a. m..............Sunday School
antique is very welcome to do I
chairman as Anita Hirst, now Treasurer of mad hordes, the modern vandalsof Everyone arrived, and Mr. 11:00: a. m..Morning Worship
so. Please contact the I
Mrs. II. C. Heydt, phone 439.2186 the Club and Mary Novak as civilization, the Computers Hein took the annual group pic 7:30: p. m..Evening Worship

so that space can be provided. alwaysWelfare.To I disguised as bookworms. ture. Then, Janice Seale, chap Wednesday 7:30 p. m., Prayer

There will be refreshments and celebrate this anniversary From time to time we will beg lain, asked Kathy Emery to give Meeting.

entertainment. A silver offering i I will tell a few things about I people to send in old books. the Tri-Hi-Y! prayer.

will be taken at the door. The the Library that happened during There is a fashion now to throw Members elected a 1966-67 Subscribe to The Hagler Tribune

proceeds will be applied to the the past year. There are now away all old books-they are too I sweetheart, a senior Walton I 2.50 A Year In AdvanceBookkeeping

Club's projects.WOMAN'S 5,178 books. Over 1,500 were given dusty, etc. Shades of Christopher I Cowat. Congratulations Walton!
I ,_. ,
Morley and the Haunted Book -- --
durnig this year. Of this
I The Tri-Hi-Y Club will sponsor

amount, there are 3,016 Fiction, shop! Morley went about with a football dance after the and

CLUB and 2162 non-Sction. $150.00 of I old books falling out of his pockets I Bunnell vs. Hastings game. This Income Tax Service

RUMMAGE SALE I Recreation Fund was and bulging out of the sides '
money will be held at the Civic Center
I I of his brief It's intellectual R. T. ShockneyP.
case. I
The Flagler Woman's Club spent on buying Reference books, and there will be a band. It was I O. Box 842
it's crime to throw
will hold a rummage sale at the I among them the new Random snobbery, a I also voted to have a fortune Ormond Beach. Florida
old books. Just them
Thrift Shop, South Central Ave. House unabridged dictionaryand away ship telling booth in the halloween I Phone 677-4587
the latest Columbia Ency over to us. I
nue and 4th Street, Flagler carnival.

Beach on Friday and Saturday, ren's clopedia.books.There are 305 Child. ;::.::.::.::.:.: ::.:.:::.::.:.: ::.:.: :.:.: :.::.::.::.:.: :.:.:.: ::.::.::.::.:.:::.::.::.::.::.:.::.::.:.:.: :.::.::.::.:::.:.:::.::.:.:::.::.: ::
October 21 and 22.

According to the chairman, There Is a small, rapidly grow. Bunnell I X
Mrs. Jasper White and Mrs. H. ing 'art gallery paintings loaned ::: HART REFRIGERATION :::

G. Heydt, there will be loads of 1 by local talent and In one case School A/etti I II i.', '.

useful items to choose from at by a visitor from Indiana who i I' .:4 :.:
almost giveaway prices. Proceeds dropped in to see the Libraryand

from the sales will go to the I' sent us two fine paintingsto meeting was held by theF.

building fund. Everyone wel hang there. T. A. Club on Thursday, October I SERVICE ::

come. What do people like to read 13.

I here? Exactly what you read Mr. Hein took the annual

they read in other places. Mysteries I group picture. tj:< Bunnell, Fla. Box 253-A, Rl \\
Books Are My DishBy are the most popular. We ::
will wash
There be a car heldon : Phone 437-3698 .
:: :
have lots of Westernsnext.
good ones. .
November 12 in both Flagler .4 .4
Dorothy Homcms Thanks Mr.
to Norcross we
have 400 Westerns. Histor- Beach and Bunnell. The Club .::.::.:.: :.:.:..:.::.:.:.;,::.:::.:.:.::.::.:.: :.::.:::.:.: :.:::.:.::.:.::.:.:.:.: :.:.::.::.::.:.::.::.:.:::.::.::.:::.:.:.:::.::.
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On October 23, 1965, the Flag. -- ---------- .
ler Beach Public Library was j ical novels next and then biog- !

opened to the public, free of I raphies. Thanks to all the books I II
in that have been given the Libra-
charge, a delightful new
building erected by the City

Commissioners for that purpose. 3 GAL. FOR $5.00

Hitherto, the Library was at the
Flagler Woman's Club where

Isla Kester back in November II. V. Yeomani, Ormonil Reach
Corner lined Ate. U. !S. 1
1962 started all this brouhaha
677.8020 9 a. m. till 5:30:
about reading by cataloguing a
(fame In And nee It made)
handful of books, then prevailiv .

I .
TIM: cntrriT ("OI'UT OF iv TIII: <'iiirirr ('(ii IIT. ,,1.\1 j
...\<;IIH roi\\TV' FI.OIUDV ivrn jrmriu. ('IIt'I'IT I'I I
IN ('I1.\\'I.nv: NU. atwt: .\'\ It "'011 !."YM.KII: roi NIT I i
.UII I 11.\ I
Plaintiff. iv: C'II.\U'
v No. \1111.
Defendant. Plaintiff.
VIOLET 14 SMITH l>efendint.imoiui: .
1320: Anderson Avenue :
Fort Myers, Florida
are hereby notified that a
TILE STATE: (IF( I'"r.olnn.TO:
ult has been filed against you In
MA11Y 1 to:. OOLPH1N.
the above entitled cause; nnd you
are hereby required to Sic your 125 W. I'enntrel't:
nnswer with the dork of this Long Beach, N. y.
Court, and to copy thereoftpon You are hereby notified that a t f
the ] nirlt"r' plaintiffs attorney suit for divorce has been filed
whose narno and Address Is: against you In the above entitled
PONALM F:. BUCK cause and you arthereby required
108 St. George Street to nerve upon Plaintiff's Attorney,
St Augustine, Florida whose name and address appear j
not later than October 29th A. D., hereon, your written defense If )
1966. any. to the Bill of Complaint in
If you fail to do so. decree pro said suit, on or before the 19th day
confesso will be entered against I of November 1966, fine decree pro
you for the relief demanded In the 1 confesso will be entered against
bill of complaint. The nature of )'OU,
Bald suit being forIIVOIICR W1TNKSS my hand and seal of
said' Court thla 17 day of October,
WITNESS; my hand and seal of .\. n. nfl6.
said Court this 23rd day of September OKORGK M. MOODY
A. I). l!bB..
Clerk of said Court
(Official GEORGE Seal Clerk M. MOODY. (Seal) Oh !
) of Bald Ilys/ Joyce Patrick no
Circuit Court I T'eputv Clerk.V. ,, ,
Dy /s/ Joyce
Sept. 29.Deputy Oct. 6.Clerk 13, 20-4tc I Uiinnell.1'. O. Box Florida SOB peg It's never cold

I'Till': rim IT ('01'KT OK Attorney for Plaintiff
KI.\I.III: rnivn. I'Ki.oitin I Otto 20, 27, Nov. 3, 10.4tC'iv
iv ('Il \:\V1It': No. KIWI.: :
AMOK CRAVKX: alias : Tin rmrriT coniT. SEV- with a modern

RUFUS vs. I IV I'LOII11).4.C l 1.N("I':i I Y. :No. \3110. ( flameless electric

\OTKI TO UI':|'-.:Nn Plaintiff
RUFUS ALBERT CRAVEN Defendant Water Heater.
whose place of residence and NOTICE TO DKKKVIITHE
address are unknown. STATK OP FLORIDA TO
You are hereby notified that a'' JANE S. HAMELMANN
suit has been filed against you In P O. Box 17
the above entitled cause; and you I JACKSON. MISSOURI Super-fast, super-safe. Completely Insulated tank stays cool outside;
are hereby required to file your answer You are hereby notified that a
with the Clerk of this Court I suit has been filed against you In keeps the water hot longer inside. Can be installed anywhere.With .
and to serve a copy thereof upon I the above entitled cause; and you
the plaintiff I or plaintiff's attorney, are hereby required to answer *
whose name and address Is: with the Clerk rlhrIO'8'O t. all its flameless advantage. .o c-iectric water heater costs
FRANK O. HOWATT and to serve a copy thereof upon
2400 Ponce de Leon Blvd. the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney less. and is cheaper to us*. l It'* rniJR BEST BUY!
St. Augustine Flolda whose name and address Is:
not later than November 19th, A. D.. VV. L. WAD3WORTH
1966. P. O. Box 896 See your electric applumcr amler. plumbing w electrical contractor.
If you fall to do so. decree pro Bunnell, Floridanot I
confeiao will be entered against later than October 29. 1966.If .
you fall to do so. decree pro
the relief
you In the
confesso will be entered
bill of complaint. The nature of you for the relief demanded In the
aid suit being: for bill of complaint. The nature of
DIVORCE aid suit being for divorce. I.
WITNESS my hand and seal of WITNESS my hand and seal of ]
aid Court this 13th day of October, said Court this 22nd day of September -
A. I). 1966. 1966. .
Clerk of said Circuit Court (Official Seal) Clerk of said .
(Official Seal) Circuit Court
By /./ Joyce Patrick By /'/ Joyce Patrick FLORIDA POWER ft LIGHT COMPANYHtlHNG
Deputy Clerk Deputy Clerk:
Oct. 20. 27. Nov. 3. 10, 4tc. Sept. 29. Oct. (. 13. 204tc. GUILD "ounAPAGE



Friendly Circle Pentecostal Holiness f vv v

:Meets TonightThe I Chicken Church To Dinner Serve C 11 E G. C.' Own BAR-B-QUED

Friendly Circle of the .
I The ladies of the Pentecostal 5scwINC,
First Methodist Church will meet
Holiness Church of Bunnell will Pork
tonight at 8 o'clock In the educational Roast
building. Hostesses I serve another of their box chick.
en dinners this Friday. Orders
will be Shirley Chambers and
will be taken and the dinners
Bette McDaniel. will be served at
On the program will be Gayle noon. lb. 89lb.
Orders be calling
may placed by
Mercer who will show a film on
437.2825 after 3 o'clock
church wills and legacies. ThisIs
( ).
Thursday today
local meeting of
the program
the month. I II U. S. D. A. Choice "STANDING"
I Reed Atkinson

Idlewood Club I Celebrates Birthday
Reed Atkinson celebrated his 79
Meets at The third birthday anniversary Monday .

Ferryman Home at the home of his parents
Fresh Florida Grade "A"
Mrs. Kathryn Perryman was Mr. and Mrs. Harry Atkinson, (YOUR CHOICE)
hostess to the Idlewood Club North Palmetto.
meeting Tuesday evening at her I Featured on the dining room Ib
home for the business and social table was a birthday cake decorated ,
meeting of the Club. in the "Bat Man" themein
Decorations appropriate to the colors of orange and black. Lean Western
Halloween season were used in Calling during the morningwere I

the rooms where the guests as Wendy Crews, Bette Mc. i PORK *
sembled. Daniel, Peggy King, Naomi Rod. STEAKS Ib. 59

During the business meeting gers, Joan Atkinson, Glenda
plans were made to hold a work Pellicer, Marie Muzyka, and
day at the Idlehours Play Eula Fuller. His brothers, Mickey
Ground which is sponsored by and Boyce, were home from i Small MeatySPARE Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SLAB

the Club. Saturday, October 22 school to have lunch with him.
at two o'clock the group will
meet at the playground for a I Mrs. Emery HonoredOn lb. .
painting and clean up session. 80th Birthday 5ge 59c

Members planned for a buffet j AnniversaryMrs. Sliced Free
supper and social evening for Mabel Emery was hon.
members and their guests. Ten. ored Wednesday morning at her Drummer SMOKED
Boy 6-8 lb. Avg.)
tative date was set for November home by a surprise birthday SLICED FREE

19.FINESSE. party. The party was given by
the Espanola Neighbors Club. PICNICS
BRIDGE The occasion was her 80th 43OX

CLUB HOLDS birthday anniversary. Fifteen of
MEETINGSThe her neighbors were present for
Finesse Bridge Club met the party. A sweet course was
last week with Rosely Cameronfor served.
two tables of bridge. $f 00
Tuesday evening they met Attends Fishfry TURKEY NECKS-RIB TIPS u I

with Joy Steflik. and Rally In
Starke I
Our Value No. 303 Can
:Mrs. Harold Huff Among those from Flagler
Honored at A Stork ShowerMrs. County attending the Fish Fry I I CREAM CORN 7 for $i 00
Harold Huff was honored and Democratic Rally in Starke STYLE Jy LIQUID
guest at a Stork Shower last Monday evening were Mr. and
week at the Neely Home, North Mrs. Harry Atkinson, John Seay, Our Value 4 02. Can .
Cherry Street. Hostesses were,' of Bunnell, and Mr. and Mrs. VIENNA for Giant
Mrs. G. H. Neely and Mrs. Ed',' George Moody of Flagler Beach. SAUSAGE 5 $1Quart Size 29
Zeller. ; The Rally was hosted by

About twenty five of her j Mayor High's Alachua, Clay,I Miracle Whip Jar Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
friends were present for the oc Union, Bradford, and Flagler
casion. i Counties Committees. j I SALAD DRESSING] Ea. 59 -

Quiet Day Service Mrs. George M. Moody and her I I
Wednesday MorningAt ', mother, Mrs. Selma Patterson, Canada Dry (Plus Deposit) DAIRY SPECIAL-

First MethodistThe j are visiting in Cincinnati and FLAVOR 26 oz. $ '00Btis.
week of prayer and self Middletown, Ohio. Mrs. 'i SOFT DRINKS 8 Velveeta 2 lb. Loaf
denial is being observed with a I son is visiting with her patter-'I II Ea.

quiet Day Service by the Wom i!' who is ill at her home I Assorted ((3, 4 and 5,Pair to Bundle) CHEESE 9ge
an's Society of Christian Serviceat ; dletown. They will also visit her I
the First Methodist Churchon ', son Claude Patterson and fam- I SOCKS Bundle Each $100 Delite 1 lb. Solids
Wednesday, October 26. j ily while there.
I ".
The hour from 9:30: to 10:30a. : I '-_ OLEO 2" 3306PAK
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dillon of I II
m. is one of quiet music, prayer '
and directed meditation. The| Providence, R. I., are. visiting Ii Ij I GOLD MEDAL CARTON
public is Invited to the service. i I here with her mother, Mrs. I II

I I Daisy Buckles. They are also j ji FLOUR PIXIE PIES
Rev. Tom PinnerTo i visiting with Mr. and Mrs. I
Hold Revival I George Allen Jr., and other rel-
i I atives. lb. (Value 59c)
PalatkaRev. I S 39c
Tom Pinner, former pas. I" Bag With purchase of
tor of the First Baptist Church Mrs. Betty Watson and Mrs. i)
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
of Bunnell, will hold a revivalat I Lewis Woods visited in Bronson: (1) i/2 GALLON FOREMOST

the Lemon Heights Baptist i i! and Live Oak Sunday. In Live
Church in Palatka October 23!1! Oak they visited with Doug Hunger I FRENCH ICE CREAM
thru the 28th. The services will |I who js a guest at the BoysI FRESH PRODUCE _
begin at 7:30: each evening. I I I Ranch there. He is the son of
Rev. Pinner is now pastor of I'' Mrs. Watson. In Bronson they Fresh Ky.BEANS.
the North Hialeah Baptist visited with Mrs. Ined Hudson '"" 190

Church in Miami. He served as I and family. She is the daughterof CRISCO
pastor of the local Baptist Mrs. Woods and sister of Mrs. Golden RipeBANANAS

Church about eight years, leav Watson.
ing here for the new location. Continued To Page 8.v. "" 100

.......-................ .......-.......", ... .-.'. .. ..'...'..."'...."'...-.-....' 3 Tin 68

". Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Fresh Flower Vase Arrangementsalso 10" 490 _

Permanent Flower Arrangements I

Delivery to Hospital and Churches
I t tIi11


Phone 437-3227
111 North Forsythe St. Phone 4373348VWYVWAWV OPEN SUNDAYS US. No. 1 BUNNELL
8:00 A.m.-1:00 p.m.

. ..............".-.-..../. .......................................-... Quantity Right Reserved Prices Good Oct. 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 1966

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Pre-Construction IN TilE COUNTY JUDGK'4 COURT show cause If any there be. why
IN AND FOIL FI.AGI..KU COUNTY the petition for adoption should not
I IN HE. Estate ofTHEODORE "th day of
I H. WEBER, te1 eTrf966hl8 Sep.
CLASSIFIEDADS r Termite ControlRecommended 1 NOTICEg GEORGB bin MOODY
I Clerk of laid Court
All creditors of the estate of (Circuit Court Seal)
THEODORE. H. WEBER, deceased.are By /B/ Joyce Patrick
hereby notified and required to Deputy Clerk
I I file any claim or demands which Sept. 29-Oct. 6. IS.
i elhemtfJ have against said estate -
In (' of the county Judge of
Concrete slab foundations and I Flagler County. Florida. In the ""
L.ItUc under thin beading are 3 cents per word each insertion.RUMMAGE I I courthouse at Bunnell, Florida.
termite shields are not a guarantee within six calendar months from
SALE-Friday and WOMENS, GIRLS, size 4 and 7 that termites will stay I the date of the first publication of

Saturday, Oct. 21 and 22 from I Chicago Roller Rink Skates $10. I away from your home. i I thla must In witting Each claim and or must demand state PLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO.

10:00 to 4:00 at the FlaglerWoman's pair. Crome plastic top table, 5 the place or residence and post- LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT,
Entomologist John Strayer of office address of
I the claimant and
Club Thrift Shop,t piece dinette, $19.50. Jerry's Extension must be sworn to by the claimant WATER FRONF, FARMS,
the Agricultural
I his agent his wulI
or attorney, or It ACREAGE
South Central Ave. and 4th St., Furniture and Appliance, Old Service warns that concrete I become void according: to law.
Flagler Beach. Clothing for men, l Dixie Highway, 2 miles south of i September 29th, 1966 I See US for your real estate need
slabs often crack or shrink away' /Florence E. Schwenk Office Phone HE
Korona. Phone 4373752. 10-20-ltc( I' I
women and children. Men'sshoes I II of the Estate of
from the foundation wall allowing
I THEODORE H. WEBER. I Residence Phones ID 7.3691
pots pans and dishes subterranean termites to Infest I decealed.I .
FOR SALE OR RENTCentrallylocated 1 Sept. 29. Oct. 6, 13. 20-4tc or ID 7-3517
priced from 5c to $1.00 Every bedroom home, enclosed the wood above. He added I ......-..---..,,-----

body welcome. 1020ltp. garage on canal with sea that many homeowners have a I"IN.. TifF CIRCUIT COURT SEV-
LOSE WEIGHT safely with Dex- wall in Flagler Beach. See Mrs. false sense of security about I FLORIDA. IN AND FOR "

A-Dlet Tablets. Only 98c at Willie (Margaret) Aaron, 135 termite damage Just because No.IKH 0371.COUNTY, IN 'I.AG-I I

Moody Pharmacy. Oct. 20, 8 tp. Palmetto Avenue, 1 block west because their house sits on a concrete I II I IN RE: Adoption of '

of Post Office. Oct. 20, Itc. I slab or has a termite !I I DAVID JOSEPH WAKE. I RuB psS4A
I shield. i iI I an adult. I
Sales and Service, parts. See yellow BEE LINE FASHIONS NOTICE OF HEARING
i I II
I Strayer said It Is difficult to (I CLARENCE: RAYMOND WAKE. .
page add in your present Home Shows. for I MAN and BERNICE BROWN
I Style Clothing construct a house on slab foundations I I WAKEMAN whose residence I.
phone book. Volusla Water unknown.
whole Hours choose.
family. you
termites cannot get
Clinic, Port Orange. Phone 767-
Car and phone necessary. No investment through and enter the wood I I a petition for the adoption of
1641. Oct. the white male adult DAVID
Write P. O. Box 93
6.3tP'j above. "Many of the homes In JOSEPH WAKEMAN was filed In f
HOUSE FOR SALE-2 Holly Hill, Fla. 10.20,27, 11-3; 3tp Florida that become Infested i September the above cause 1966. on by the EZRA 26th JOSEPH day of I Prompt Service

frame house, 200 North Railroad with termites have concrete CHAFFER and MARGARET B.
I HOUSE FOR SALE- with 1.5 CHAFFEE and you are herebycommanded :The Flagler Tribune
street. Inquire after 7 p. m. slab foundations," he stated. to be and appear In the
acres Improved land, CB-2-BR,
above-named court on or before
Phone 4373580.( Oct. 6 TF Phone 437-3282
I bath, built in kitchen. Located i, The entomologist recommend. the 8th day of November 1966 to
soil beneath the
ed that the
SEPTIC TANK Cleaning; drain five miles west of Bunnell off r-- - sssassis1
fields Installed; Rota-Roter snail I highway 100. Call David J. Burn. foundation slab always be treat.

shell. Reasonable prices. Call sed in Gainesville at 376.0619. ed with an Insecticide before I

George Jarosz, 437-3410 8-1-tf Oct 6-TF the slab Is poured. A small op. Parents! Get'This MaP FREE
ening or crack In the slab will

FOR SALE-Wolverine Deluxe allow termites to make entry,

EXCHANGEMy Camper; Chevrolet Truck, both and It is difficult to Inject In. Compliments
3 bedroom, 1 bath modern
In good condition, ready to go. secticides under the slab after
home with hardwood floors for
Bargain. D. O. Everhart, 305 S. the building is constructed.The Americana Encyclopedia -
house or property In Bunnell or
16th Street, Flagler Beach. Phone basis for control of term. I
Flagler Beach. or write
4392498. 10.13.4tp. ites in a building is to preventor MAP OF OUTER SPACE
Charles Trad Associate
break the contact betweenthe I Ih
Realty Asso. Inc. 6777878. 69 W. LINOTYPE OPERATORS wantedin termite colony in the soil

Granada Ave., Ormond Beach, Florida for .
permanent employment woodwork. Insecticides
and the
Fla. Oct. 13, 3tp
f by outstanding 20,000 make effective barriers.All .

I I circulation evening daily owned houses on a concrete slab

O. F. ALTORD I I by well known newspaper and should have the soil treated with

Registered magazine group. Clean University insecticide before the slab is

II city with excellent schools, poured. The chemical should be
Real Estate Broker
wonderful climate and good applied after all filling Is In

Bunnell. Florida I working conditions. Many employee place. Apply diluted chlordane,

a benefits Including retire dieldrin, or heptachlor to the fill

ment plan, liberal sick leave, at the rate of one gallon per 10

PETERSON TEXACO hospiltalizatlon and paid vaca square feet. At least twice this AI

SERVICE tions. Open shop. Start work Im amount should be applied along
I' mediately at $118 per week. Call the edge of foundation walls and
I collect George Doyle, Sun, to critical areas around plumb I
Light Mechanic' Work
Phone 437-3441 Junnall : Gainesville, Florida. Area 904, ing, and conduits. This New, Outer' Space Map .In color size 42x33 will be tent
I IA Phone 37811411. 3tc "Homeowners and builders I FREE to Parents who send In coupon below '
"At I -- I
who are not able to treat the
soil around foundations or under rI I

concrete should call upon I I Americana EncyclopediaP. I

Flagler County Insurance professional exterminators," the I 0.Box 702,Jacksonville, Florida 32201I

entomologist said. i I s I am a Parents Please tend the following ot no cosh ii

I i 1. ( ) Map of Ovtef Space at no coit.

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be will N'.lfI..tI..n.' Solicitor. and torney
and.. Drawings>J of sets > 't. ....\( At State of offices County Hillsborough JUDICIAL I I \ \ ;)Dem( CONNER DOYLE JUDICIAL
:Ismipl bus!! ?ing*
follow. the on only Florida Beach 9C SECTION V. ARTICLE
623! Gehlert.' J. Craig Architect ,. )One for (

for the from Specifications available Florida.. and Beach be will Drawings.. Daytona bidding 9 No. )One for Vote( -AgricultureVote of Commissioner I I )Dem( JR. ,HERLONG SYDNEY A.

Avenue. Halifax North 523: Gehlert: | I AMENDMENT THE AGAINST

J.; Craig Architect, the of office ______Peace______________the________of______Justice_____________________________________ )One for Vote(

the Exchange, at also, Florida Builders: Beach the Daytona at and.:: |I I I AMENDMENT THE FOR I i-I I District Congressional Fourth
Florida Orlando In Room Plan T j I I )Dem( CHRISTIAN T. FLOYD
Dodge' Congress Representative
the' Florida Jacksonville In'' in
room Plan Dodge: Florida Hunnell Commission. Qualifications Judicial a for
) (
building. House Court office. t providing and removal or retiring involuntary or matic I II I MYRTLE )One for ( CONGRESSIONAL

-the Instruction at inspection Public of for Superintendents available be auto disciplining of method providing. ;70 of age at purpose. that for,
will specifications and Drawings>I t retirement for providing. ;,Judge Circuit and Appeal )One for Vote( InstructionVote .provided space blank the in name his write ballot
unopened. returned Courtof District a of Judge Court Supreme the of Justice. Public of Superintendent State the on printed not is name whose person
be' will time specified above the f of offices the hold to qualifications 5 No. District you
after received Bids read. publicly residence I I fora vote To vote. to desire whom for
and opened be will bids place and providing Constitution State the of V Article to amendment Instruction Public Board Member candIdate the of name the of right the to square the
time on which at a.m. 10 1966. 8.8 Nov. an Proposing Judges., certain ,and Justices, of moval I II I in mark )X( cross a place offices remaining

County the office at received Superintendents, be will Bids I re and retirement discipline Selection JUDICIAL. I I )Dem( JR. ,DICKINSON these for vote To office. each for candidate one
Florida.! County Flagler: } SECTION A ADDING V. ARTICLE I I only by sought being are election this at filled
Instruction. Public of Board County TO "BUD" O. FRED by required offices remaining The
Flagler the for Florida liunncll. AMENDMENT CONSTITUTIONAL t tI I )Dem( PEAVY V. IIOWELL' be to law

r.County School {i !ete'a, :' : of Material:: ; 8 No. )One for ( I I

construction the for proposals Sealed' ComptrollerVote

3 No.3 District )Rep( YASECKO S. JOSEPH
It.-20th% Oct.< I I II I
Florida. County Flagler: } of I I AMENDMENT THE FOR Instruction Public
Board Member
Commissioners County of
NDLCOUNIXECOMMIS-: SIGNERS-: licenses. all issue Judges. County I I I I
ATTEST that requirement the deleting ;Courts Judge's' County
Flor- County. Flagler IdIL in law at cases in jurisdiction monetary the and )One for Vote( )One for (
Commissionersof. ( County county each in Judges. County of number the vide I II| )Dem( PERRYMAN "Dave" D. J. Secretary
Boardof the of Chairman pro. shall Legislature the that providing State of TreasurerVote State

1S86.TUCKER,D. A. .October, R. ALFRED< of day 3rd this Constitution State the of ,7.7 Section ,V. Article to amendment )One for Vote( STATE
Florida County Flagler Bunnell. an Proposing Courts. Judges County JUDICIAL I I

at County.Meeting Flagler Regular of Commissioners In Florida. 7 SECTION V. ARTICLE 1 No. District I I
County of Board the. of order By TO AMENDMENT CONSTITUTIONAL Instruction Public Board Member )Rep( RUBIN S. ELLIS
Clerk. Mitchell )Dem( NELSON T. JAMES I II I
.Coley, ;Inspectors. Andreas Blanche 7 No. I II I

LeGreve Letitla Rice. ,Charlie I ) ( FAIRCLOTH EARL
Florida. Marlneland Highway
AlA Building.. Johnson in Vote U AMENDMENT THE AGAINST )One for Vote( I I
B-A N. Precinct )Dem( TUCKER R. ALFRED
;Inspectors Raulerson Clerk.. Pellicer.Carolyn) Glenda lea r I AMENDMENT THE Five Group )One for Vote(
Buck Maxine McKenney Circuit Judicial
; Maulse. Attorney
Florida. County r Flagler' )One for Vote( General
-Espanola Hall. Community In Vote actmentFOR Seventh Judge Court Circuit
\R ..K Predict.. en. its of date the on office holding Judge County 4 No.
Clerk. vey.) any of re-election the or office of term the affect
Spi- Nina ;Inspectors Wray.\ Grace not CommissionerDistrict County
shall law such that providing ; ,
Green' Jennie Florida.Wells County.' Amorette Flagler; subject acts special by counties in Bar referendum Florida the to I II I )Rep( JR. KIRK R. CLAUDE
Bunnel. Hall...Masonic In Vote of Member a be to Judges County require may ture I-I I II I )Dem( RIEGLE D. HORACE
4-A- X Predict
Clerk. ,Salyerds) ,Legisla the that providing, Constitution, State the of -- )Dem( HIGH KING ROBERT
Dorothy ;!Inspectors! Harding. Mary )(4)( Subsection adding 7.7 Section. V Article to I I )Dem( WICKLINE\ GEO. I \
Harding. Aileen' Harper. Joan amendment an Proposing Judges. County JUDICIAL )One for Vote(
Florida. County
Flagler Park. Johns St. Hall. )(4)( SUBSECTION Group ) (
) Four One for
-CommunIty Park. Johns St. in Vote ADDING 7. SECTION V ARTICLE for Vote I

Clerk.4 N. PrrflHtt Smlglelskl. Sophie TO AMENDMENT CONSTITUTIONAL 2 No.2 Circuit Judicial Seventh GovernorVote

Inspectors Slovak. Antoinette 6 No. .
Lyslak. Alice. Cyzyckl. Victoria CommissionerDistrict County judge. Ircultourt- -;\ -. .;-'\ D1M.1E..:..- --::
Florida. County Flagler
Korona. ,Hall. Church in Vote purpose. that for provided space
blank the in name his write ballot the on printed name person a
3-A *2V Predict not is whose for vote To vote. to desire
,. you) person
-Bowden,Taudy ;Inspectors Clerk.Cody.( whom for the of name the of RIGHT the at square the in mark )X( cross a place ,ballot the on printed is name whose person a for Vote To

Barbara Mae Tucker.. '
iaefer, : Doris)
Florida. County Flagler' Creek' NO. PRECINCT
Haw Hall Community. In Vote ,
3 N. Predict 1966 8
Clerk. Filkins. Doris ;!!
-Inspectors Kelly. Maxine Masemore. ,

Irene Buono. Mary, Cash.!! Myrtle Florida. FLORIDA COUNTY FLAGLER F

Beach Flagler Center '
-Recreation Beach .Flagler the In Vote
:2: N. rrrclnet ELECTION GENERAL
. Clerk.
Whit" Beatrice<. ;Inspectors. worth.
Wada' Myra Rodgers. Geneva BALLOT OFFICIAL
Hernia Lillian Woods.,' Pearl.
Florida. Bunnell _____
-Courthouse County Flagler In Room )2) NO. STUB( ._... ..
-Commissioners.County the In Vote NO.
1. .> Precinct ,
:Election said for places' 1966 8 NOVEMBER
polling or voting following, the
designated having and
-respectively Clerks and Inspectors!! as NO. PRECINCT
-persons named following the appointed ,
having Florida County Flakier' Officer COUNTY
of Commissioners' County, of Hoard FLORIDA R FLAGLER
said the 1966 D. A. Novermber of- Issuing
day 8th the Tuesday on held be ,
Initi.als .
-Electionto designated were General Florida the,County for Flagler' of BALLOT L 6 OFFICIAL ELECTION GENERAL

In Precinct or District Election
each for places polling or,, places )1) NO. STUB(
voting and appointed were Florida .

County.District each, Flagler of. .Clerk. In Precinct and Inspectors or t 1966 ,8 NOVEMBER Elector of Signature
196.* D A. October. of day 3rd the
on held' Board said Meeting-. NO. PRECINCT
Regular the at Florida County ier'
Flag. of Commissioners ,County ,

Boardof.seconded made the by duly carried motion and to I Officer FLORIDA COUNTY FLAGLER F

pursuant that given hereby' is Notice Issuing ,




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I i lines circling the state's agricultural I allow ,the grower to start his Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune
Agricultural areas. The line extends pumps to lower the water table Only $2.50 per Year
Weather Service from Gainesville to DaytonaFort I and ditches. This way, water -- -- -
i Myers and Homestead. from the rains will not standin
Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. White and I''Starts Nov. 1st Growers, cooperatives and the fields.Watchmen. AlexanderLumber '
children of Holly Hill, S. C., state agencies can have the
spent the past weekend here visiting I The Federal-State Agricultural I teletypewriters installed to receive I CompanyFLAGLER
with relatives and friends. I I Weather Service will again provide f I state growers with forecasts I Information relayed on the place their beds across the doorways I BRANCH
Mrs. Margaret Marshall returned and freeze information in line covers daily district weather they guard and thus sleep
to her home In o'nan'l I critical agricultural areas, start I forecasts, shipper's forecasts, se while they work, the National I Summer Time
cock, Va., Wednesday ing November 1. I vere storm bulletins, five-day Geographic says.HASTINGS .
visit of two weeks here with her I The service, sponsored Jointlyby outlooks, hourly radar reports on Special
father and Mrs. Stur- s aa u
Raphael )
the Florida Agricultural Experiment rainfall areas and crop damage I
man. She and her husband plan I| Stations and the U. S. reports from Florida, Californiaand MATTRESS
to return for Christmas visit Quantity Discount Paint
a I' Weather Bureau, begins its 32nd Texas. Ii& UPHOLSTRY WORKS
with them also.
year helping growers and farm Johnson said the Agricultural 710-12 Lemon St.
Mrs. Mable Emery has return. I ers prepare for the freezing Weather Service is particularly Palatka. Florida I SALESavings
ed from a visit of two months weather ahead. Regular bullet important to fruit and vegetable Phone EA 5-9166
in Chicago and Kewanee, Ill. ins will be issued through March growers as well as others since Furnltu\ Upholstering i up to 207 on
with relatives. She flew up by 31.The subfreezing weather can ruin'a Repairea & Refinished Exterior-Interior
Mattresses & Box
bulletins are transmittedthree Springs I
crop or kill plants and trees.
Jet. I Made 10 Order Also Renovated
time daily over teletype Besides, he said many growers I Masonry-Wood Paint
Call Laura Morris 437.3233
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Holden are have the means of protectingtheir I After 6:00 P. M. I Let us assist you with our

spending a short time in Eliz- I' dians who cast votes in the crops, and the question is PRICES REASONABLE. remodeling or home
abethton, Tenn., with their son presidential election made up knowing when to put protectlion BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. \ improvement service.
in law and daughter, Mr. and I I 53.3 per cent of the 3,477,000 residents measures into operation. Just as near as your I
Excessive rains Phone or Post Office \ TO SAVE MONEY-
Mrs. Julian Caudill.Mr. can also de. i
II who of
were voting age Drop Us A Card or Call .
at that time. This proportion is strop vegetable crops, and ad. Free Pick-up & Delivery! I TRADE WITH JOHNNY
and Mrs. Spencer Whiteof 1 below the national average fig. vance warnings. of these rains I
Michigan are spending two -- "------
I ure of 62.1. -- ---
weeks here and in Naples visit "At that same election In L!) .

ing with relatives. 1964, Floridians voting for United
States Representatives made up GM
[ J
Florida's Voting 40.7 per cent of the state's vot

I ing age population compared -....,...-
with 57.9 per cent nationwide.
Population May I ,
I "Registered voters In Florida

Reach New j number some 2.5 million today.
High II' This number is 68.7 per cent of This is Damamsbuokets
Florida's population of voting the persons old enough to regis
age is officially estimated 'at ter. Only a neglible number of
3,639,000 now and Is expected to I i Floridians do not meet resident and all.

reach 3,924,000 by the general I requirements or are not permitted
election in November 1966, the to vote because they are In
Florida State Chamber of Commerce I penal or mental institutions."The .
- pointed out in its Weekly I voting age population in
Business Review released yes. Florida and in most other states
terday. I includes persons 21 years of age
"Of this year's figure, 163,000 1 and older. In Georgia and Kentucky .
persons reached voting age since !I the voting age is reachedat
the 1964 election, a figure whichis 18 years; at 19 in Alaska and
expected to swell to 378,000 by at 20 in Hawaii, according to re
1968. ports of the United States De.
"In 1964 the number of Flori- partment of Commerce."


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