The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
November 10, 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
Succeeded by:
Palm Coast news
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Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune


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Robert Governor King High (Dem)...... 198156 35 61 1 114 52 63 40 619 FLAGLER COUNTY ANNOUNCED

Claude R. Kirk (Rep).............. 181223 Z7 291 34 78 62 39 673

Attorney General
Earl Faircloth ......................._... 221 226 48 631 34 76 89 56 813 (First Nine Weeks) Beth Matherly Barbara Wil Anders, Chip Brooks, Paula
Ellis Rubin (Rep).................... 56 98 9 121 10 22 10 21 238 Twelfth grade, Mrs. Gurnee Klwala, Cathy Mayfield, Jan
State Treasurer and Mrs. Brown. A Kathy son.Eighth Grade, Mr. Taylor Perryman.
(Dem)...... 2341227| 431 581 38 82 87 59 828
Broward Emery, Diane Price, Linda and Mrs. Middleton. A Chip Fourth Grade, Mrs. Townsend .
Joseph S. Yaseco (Rep).......... 45 95 9 16 5 14 11 18 213 Skolar. B-Dale Abbott Denis Johnston, Kirk Robertson, and Mrs. Mercer. B -

Congressional, 4th Dist Clay, Walton Cowart, Carol Greg Robertson. B Sandy Karen Baker, Kathy Buckles,
Sydney Herlong Jr...................... 228221 45 50 37 68 67 69 785 Fryman, Ann Hugas, JohnnieR. Abbott, James Bryan, Minnie Susan Clegg, Rob Cowart, Jeff

Judicial Group 1 Miller, Arthur McDaniel, Deen, Fredric Fruits, Catherine Crews, Carole Hardlne, Randy
Campbell Thoxnal ..._............... 132158 41 47 32 41 631 631 577 Barbara Pache, Becky Robert. Harris, Pam McDaniel, Herring, Jennie McFarland,

Judicial, Group 2 I son, Janice Seale, Jack Spark. Sharon Pache, Judy Patty, Marcy Strickland, Dottie
Stephen O'Conell ...-................ 179184 43 501 35 48 62 63 664 man, Catherine StanIsh, Julie Douglas Dupone, Vicky Per. Tucker Eve Tucker.

Judicial Group 3 Wllkns. rltt, Kay Perryman, Linda
Richard Irvin ................._.......-. 1801168 42 49 33 54 64 60 650 Eleventh Grade, Mrs. Smith, Betty Stefllk, Mark FLAGLER BEACH
Judge Group B I I Brooks and Mr. Hardin. A- Strickland, Donna Taylor, Jay
Donald Carroll ............................ 157190 39 48 32 50 60 58 634 Ray Krutz, Tony Parker. B- Townsend, Elayne Tucker. 4th Grade
Patty Reynolds, Jon Wilder,
Judge. Group C I Sue Broadway, Hewitt Du. Seventh Grade, Mr. Hein
Sam Spector .......................-.._... 152158 39 42 34 48 601 591 592 pont, Past Peavey. and Mrs. Beasley. A-Nancy Cheryl Hoskins.
Judge. Group D fI Tenth Grades, Mrs. Barasa Creal. -George Akins, Llla 5th Grade

John Rawls ...........................-..... 155166 40 45 33 47 601 601 605 and Mrs. Craig. A Nancy Allen, Craig Coates, Mary Frank Bryon, Rodney Law
Circuit Court Judge. 7th I I I I Hargett, Carol Townsend, Ter. Cook, Debbie Johnston, Sybil Peggy Reynolds, Pat Thomas.6th .
Howell W. Melton .................... 167171 39 461| 33 511 62| 60 636 ry Rawllnes, Carla Tucker. B Jones, Patty Meekins, Lady Grade
Robert Wingfleld ...................... 158 174| 39 33 641 611 625 Gary Buckles, Charles Rodgers, Jeffrey Taylor, Ken Jack
W. L. Wadsworth ...................... 15211651 47 64 40 981 96 65 937 Clegg, David Johnson, Mary ney Taylor, Denise Tucker, Connie Rawlins, Tracey Prevail
Horace Riegle ..............._............. | 37 481| 32 491 561| 581 597 Anne Stefllck, Colleen Tuck. Kenn Tucker. McDaniel, Debbie -
James Nelson ............................ 15811701| | 39 491| 32 48/ 59 1 581 613 er, Brenda Townsend. Sixth Grade, Mrs. Tonkin Gerald Meekins Combs.A ,. Thea hem,
State Secretary I I I I I Ninth Grade, Mr. Hanyen B-Barbara Cowart, Ronald

Tom AdamsComptroller ................................ 197208 1| | 431 511| 36 641 691 621 730 and Mr Bayless. A Ann Herring, Christine Higglnbot- Honor Roll-student must
I I Meekins. B-Frank Fleurie, ham, Davey Solomon, Donna have an average of 95 to 100.B .
Fred Dickinson, Jr. .................. 1971214| 401| 531! 36 661 651| 641| 735 Janet Haines, Jeanne Hlggln- Steflik, Cherry Wadsworth. Honor Roll-student must
State Sup Public Inst. I I I I I I I I I I I I botham, Marilyn Krutz, De- Fifth Grade, Mrs. Morris have an average of 85 to 94.8

Floyd Christian ........................ 17111891 401| 48| 35| 511| 651| 611| 660 rese Owens, Susan Peterson, and Mrs. Murray. B Ted with no grade lower than 80.
Commissioner of Agriculture I I I I I I I 1

Doyle Conner .............................. 19812001, 441 SOl 36 I' 731| 651| 631| 729
Fla. Public Service. Group 1 I I I I 1 I 1 Moody Family Veterans Day County Board

Billy Mayo .................................. 173176\ 39 SOl| 331| 541| 661| 60| 651
Flo. Public Service Group 2 I I 1 I I I I I I

Jerry Carter ................................ 20112041| | 411| 541| 38| 661| 67)) 561| 727 Reunion Here Program Had Regular
State Senator. 14th Dist. I I I I I I I
L. K. Edwards ............................ 150161| | 371| 471| 34 471| 571| 56| 589 This SundayThe After Parade Meet MondayThe
State Senator 15th Dist. I I I I I I I I

Tar Boyd ......... ............................ 16611711| | 361| 471| 331| 471| 601| 591| 619
, State Senator..16th DistD. I I I I I I I 12th annual reunion' of '.;;4' -The following' prqgram will Flagler County Boardof ...
D. Covington, Jr..................... 154(168)( ) 371| 481| 331| 471| 601| 54, 601 the 'Moody'Family AHI' be given tit the conduslorTof County Commissioners met
State Senator 41st DlstVerle 1 I/ i I I I I I I held at the Bunnell Civic Center the parade on Veteran's Day in regular session Monday

Pope .................................. 19211991| 41 I 50 I 33 1 581| 681| 59 1| 700 Sunday, November 13. A In front of the Flagler County morning, November 7th, at
basket picnic dinner will be Courthouse.
House of Representatives I I I I I I 1 I .

Gus Craig .................................... 196'2051' 41| 471| 351| 641| 681| 601| 679 served about 12:30.: Band selection by Bunnell 9 a. m.The

a All family connections are High School Band, directedby board took under consideration
OF invited to attend the affair. Mr. Webber.
CommissionHad DEDICATION a request by Tom
City Expected to attend include Advance the Colors by Post Carmody for abandonment of
EPISCOPAL CHURCHSET relatives from Jacksonville, 115, American Legion Color 200 feet of "old brick road"
Lake City, High Springs, Ocala Guard. west of the Lehigh road. The
Meeting FOR MONDAYThe Orlando, Daytona Beach,
board Instructed George Wick-
Invocation by Rev. Oliver Tay
Bt. Rev. Hamilton West, Ormond Beach, Tampa, Cocoa, lor. line to investigate ,the request
Monday NightBunnell D. D., Bishop of the Episcopal Florida, Baxley and Way and report back at a future
Introduction of Boys State
In cross, Georgia.GORDON
Diocese of Florida will be meeting.
Delegates and Citizenship
Bunnell Monday evening, No.
City Commissioners of vember 14, 1966, to dedicatethe WADSWORTHDIED Award Recipients. Subjects discussed, but not
accepted the audit report new Church building for Address, Howard Wisehaupt, acted upon were developmentof
$63,675 at their Monday night St. Thomas' Episcopal Churchon THURSDAY nationally know lecturer. a borrow and shell pit on
meeting. The report presentedby Route 100. Announcement of winners of Lehigh property; paving of
Frank Genter, CPA of Center Funeral services were con streets in Marineland Acres.
float and bicycle parade
and Batten, was for the The service of dedicationwill ducted in Starke Saturday for The consensus of the board
period ending September 30, take place at 7:30 P.M. Mr. Gordon Wadsworth who contest. being that when the area is
and all of the people of Bun died last Thursday.Mr. Benediction, Rev. Oliver Tay sufficiently developed the
1966.Mayor C. B. Eisenbach pro. nell and Flagler Beach are lor.
board of commissioners will
Wadsworth 78,
claimed the week of Novem invited to attend the dedica passed National Anthem, B. H. S. furnish equipment and labar
tion festivities and share with away in a Gainesville Hospital
ber 18 thru 24 as "Farm-CityWeek" Band.
and the developer will furnIsh
after several weeks Ill
the this
congregation on joy. all materials.Mrs. .
Commission granted Mrs. ous occasion.St. ness.

Florence Mayres, Bunnell, Thomas' new buildingis A resident of Hampton, Clyde Buckles Kay Swazey of Flag.
permission to move a houseat on Route 100, four miles Florida, he was the father of ler Beach appeared before the
the corner of State and East of Bunnell, and four T. H. Wadsworth of Bunnell board and spoke on increasedreal
Palm streets to Palm and west of Flagler Beach. There and the uncle of Lewis Wads Dies SuddenlyClyde estate taxes on her property .

Railroad streets. Mrs. Mayers will be a reception honoring worth and W. L. Wadsworthalso and was of the opinion
requested the moving of the Bishop West and the guestsof of Bunnell. Buckles of Black Point that a more equal method of
present building to enable St. Thomas' following the Interment was at Haw and a native of this area, died taxation should be adapted.The .
her to erect a business on the service of dedication. thorne. suddenly Thursday morning board informed her that
from an apparent heart at 'they had no control over this
site.Permission was granted to tack. He was 74 years of age. matter.
Bunnell Lions
the waitresses at the Bunnell Mr. Buckles was retired
HAM SUPPER FRIDAY The airport master plan was
Restaurant to conduct a rum after serving 30 years as a
guard at the Institution of accepted by the commissionwith
sale on city property on
mage The Band Parents of the Hear
Perryman minor corrections and
Saturday, Nov 12. Correction In Belle Glade. He
Bunnell School Band are
The commission authorizedthe was a member of the Metho copies are to be delivered in
sponsoring a benefit ham sup. Dave Perryman was the dist Church. a few weeks.POTATO.
City Clerk to advertise
per on Friday evening at the Lions
speaker at Graveside funeral services
bids for a new police patrolcar Bunnell Civic Center. Serving
Club meeting Tuesday noon were held at Espanola Cemetery
with the bids returnableon COUNCIL
!time Is prior to the football
at the Civic Center. Mr. Saturday afternoon at
November 21st. There was
only one bid presented at game. Adult and children ryman spoke of his trip to two o'clock. Rev. Oliver Tay MEETS IN BUNNELLPotato
Monday nights meeting following prices prevail. Europe the past summer. lIe lor, pastor of the First Methodist .
a previous advertisement Money from the supper will went with a group of foresters Church of Bunnell offi and cabbage growers
for bids.Granted be used by the Band Parentson from the Southeastern U. S. ciated. met In the Courthouse Wednesday
the Band Uniform Fund. The trip Included stops in Survivors Include four In a meeting called
the Friendly Circleof
France, Russia, of by the North Florida Potato
the First Methodist Church Belgium brothers, Arthur Buckles
permission (to have a rum KORnY puNS"What Czechoslovakia, Sweden and Daytona, Raymond Buckles of Council.
mage sale on city property on German.Mr. East Palatka, Clarence of San President George Beach of
Saturday, Dec. 10th. Perryman gave his observations Mateo, and Luke of Ft. Lau. Hastings presided and led the
am I going to do on all countrys visIted derdale. discussion In bringing grow. .
with this?" grumbled the and concluded with this Pallbearers were Steve
PARTY GAMES AT ST. MARYS ers up-to-date on many items
motorist as the police clerk statement: "If you want to Sparkman, Odell Hersey, Ben 'affecting the vegetable Indus.
There will be a "party handed him a receipt for feel patriotic and thankful Sparkman, Hiram Durrance, try today.
game" at St. Marys Hall In his traffic fine payment. that you live In America, a Milton Pellicer and Harold
Korona at 2 p. m. on Sunday, "Keep It," the clerk ad. visit behind the iron curtain Ramsey. Highlight of the programwas
Nov 13th, sponsored by the vised. will do it it makes you Arrangements were under a discussion on the labor
Community Club. "When you get four of most appreciative of what we the direction of Craig Funeral situation and outlook for this

All are Invited. them, you get a bicycle." have In America" Home of Bunnell. season.t' .


FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. NOV. 10, 1966 receive today as far as size they had seen something and

shapes speed and various were not inclined to be sway-

Too Late lights and colors. Most all re- ed in their belief by state-

ports !tell of a brilliant white meats of so called authori-

Slr) IHlanlrr arthunrDUNNELL MEDICAREQUESTIONS I To light and a variety of smallerred ties.
green amber and yellow Personally am inclined to

FLORIDA lights some pulsating some agree with our grandfathers,
andANSWERS BY Ruuell Ken- steady. just as I agree with those who

LEN WILSON, Publisher believe in Flying Saucers. I

According to an article in Astronomers college professors feel confident that we will

Designated newspaper for all S the November issue of FATE 'and scientists of the eventually know the truth

I.Kal Adtertlilng Magazine folks have been day appeared Just as hard about UFO's and that we will

Q. I hear there are two meth- seeing strange craft, in our pressed to provide an answerto take it in stride.
ods to file a claim under the
the they
phenomenon as
Entered second class
as skies for a long time.It .
February 6, 1913, at the post- medical insurance (Part "B") do today. Some said the people

office at Bunnell, Florida, under of medicare. What are they? seems that the present were seeing a "fixed star" OK TO CHASE HOUSEWIFE

Act of March 3, 1876. A. First there is a payment to day Flying Saucer or UFO others reflections from earth Animals have equal rights

the patient method. You pay sightings reported from all and the like. There was no with people in the Canadian

........... medical bills covered by over the world were paralleled Air Force then and
One tear ........... $2.50 your no agency town of Banff in Banff National
Sic; Month ....................91.25 Part "B" of medicare-com 70 years ago when our established plete' part one of the form grandfathers were equally UFO's but viewers were Justas park, Alberta, the National Geographic

"Request For Payment" (Form disturbed by what were then firm in their belief that says. With impunity a

Proclamation SSA-1490), attach your paid called strange "airships" that moose may chase a housewife

itemized bills (make sure appeared in (the skies over IV TIlll CIKCl'IT rOIIIlT SEV- home from market. A beaver

your claim number is writtenon many areas of the nation, received ENTII JUDICIAL OIltl'IT. IVAM may gnaw down a gardener's
bUl-1t them widespread press coverage ) FOIL FLAf.LEU COUNTY
Issued ForVeterans each saves FLORIDA IV CHANCERY NO. favorite tree.
from getting lost). Mall the and developed heated 8379

form and the attached bills arguments between laymen EDITH COLEMAN BISHOP Plaintiff,

DayIt to the address listed: under reporting the sightings and -vs- OLD ESTABLISHED FIRM

"Florida" on page 24 of your scientists who scoffed at them JOSEPH BISHOP,
Defendant. Much of the used In
is unlikely there will be Medicare Handbook. and offered their own explanations NOTICE TO APPEAR mercury

armistice in the elephant The second method is a payment Just as they do today.It THE STAT OF FLORIDA Bishop TO: the United States comes froma
any Joseph mine
to your doctor. Your is interesting to note that Residence Unknown at Almaden Spain. This
grass and rice paddies doctor must agree to the as. these UFO reports occured in suit You for are divorce hereby has notified been that filed a mine may have operated as

Viet-Nam on Friday November signment. If your doctor will the gay nineties, long before against you In the above entitled early as 400 B. C.'JOHNSTON'S.

11, Veterans Day. And the not accept assignment, you the Wright Brothers launched cause serve and upon you Plaintiffs are hereby Attorney requiredto ,

men fighting there may not must use method one above.If the first airplane at Kitty. whose name and address appear
he !to assignment, hereon your written defense, if
have time to entertain such agrees hawk. any, to the Bill of Complaint In
you must complete part one The occured all said suit on or before the 26th
tidbits of history as the fact of the request for payment sightings day of November, 1966, else decree FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO.
the United States in entered
Veterans over pro confesso will be
that the original
form (Form SSA-1490), giveto 1896-97 'and reports against youWITTNUSS. LOTS HOMES OCEAN FRONT,
Day marked a between doctor and he will newspaper my hand and seal of WATER
the Central Powers and your of that day sound very said Court this 24th day of Octo- FRONT FARMS
complete part two of the form. ber, '1966.Official ACREAGESee
the Allies in World War I. much like these today were : .
is )
deductible (
But they might be cheered to After the $50.00 just as mysterious and unex- GEORGE M MOODY us for your real estate need
satisfied he must accept what Clerk of Said Court Office Phone
hear that we at home are the medical insurance program plalnable. By /sJoyce Patrick HE 9-2242
honoring them especially in Author of the article entitled Deputy Clerk Residence Phones ID 7-3691
him covering
pays W L Wadsworth
our observances of Veterans 80% of his bill. He will only "Unidentified 'Airships' Of P. O. Box 896 or ID 7-3517

Day. The President's Procla The Gay Nineties", Lucius Bunnell, Florida ---..,;
bill you for the remaining for Plaintiff
mation has requested this 20% and any part of the Farish, has gathered press reports Oct 27 & Nov. 3-10-17-Hc.
"We honor from such IV THE CIRCUIT COURT
special emphasis. reputable OF
$50.00 deductible not paid.Q. FLAtiLER
those who wore the uniformin If I go to my family doc papers as the Topeka State n TIM: (iiuiiT (niitr. sEv- IN CHANCERY No. 5383.
days past, it reads Journal Chicago Tribune, I' CRAVEN alias
tor for my yearly routine AND FOR ri..v ('01':\TY CHLOE ALICE CRAVEN,
those who wear it today. Our physical checkup, is the cost Kansas City Times, Arkansas KI.OIIIDA I> ('II \\l'I.ItY :>0. Plaintiff

thoughts go out to the (Ithous. Gazette, Gate City Journal .IIIMtJAMKS VS.
of the examination covered ,
ands who are resisting the under Medicare? (Arkansas City Kans.) Eureka : LUTHER Plaintiff RUFUS; ALBERT Defendant CRAVEN JR.,

forces of aggression in Viet. Kansas Journal, Ft Smith VI- NOTICE TO DEFEND
is "No". Routine
A. The answer McCALL
Nam. The President's Procla. Ark. Daily News Record, and Defendant THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
physical checkups are RUFUS ALBERT CRAVEN.
all citizens to >OTI('i: TO APPEAR
mation urges under Hot Springs Sentinel. whose place of residence and
coverage TO
take part in the ceremonies, Cities from which sightings THE KLIZABhTH STATE ROBlNhON: : McCALLco address are unknown.
the Medicare You
program.Q. are hereby notified
that a
particularly, students in Please !tell me how muchI were reported include Omaha, Henry Guest suit has been filed against you In

schools colleges and universities Medicare Part Nebr; Sioux City, Iowa; Decatur 1615 Baltimore Llewelyn Maryland Avenue 21213 the above entitled cause; and you
and other citizens can expect notified that a are hereby required to file your answer
younger Mich; Kansas City You are hereby
"B'* to pay me if my total suit for divorce has been filed with the Clerk of this Court,
"to demonstrate to all covered doctors expensescame Kans; Chicago, 111; Evanston against you in the above entitled and to serve a copy thereof upon
the world their support of Ill; Mt. Carroll, Ill; Wausau cause and you are hereby requiredto the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
to $55000 all bills were whose name and address Is:
Plaintiffs Attorney,
those who fight today. The Wis Galesburg, Ill; Ottunwa serve upon FRANK G.
paid in full and I filed a ; whose name and address appear HOWATT
observance by our younger Iowa; Russellvllle, Ark; New- hereon your written defense, If 2400 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
proper claim. to the Bill of Complaint In St. Augustine, Flolda
citizens of Veterans Day A. With a covered $550.00 ton, Iowa; Elgin, Ill; Eureka said any suit on or before the 3rd day not later than November 19th, A. D.,
with this special emphasis Kans; Hot Springs( Ark. and of December 1966, else decree pro 1966
would be highly appropriate doctors expense, the first $50. D. C. confesao will be entered against If you fall to do so, decree pro
is not paid for. This reducesthe Washington )'ou. confesso will be entered againstyou
inasmuch as it is their contemporaries According to the newspaper WITNESS my hand and seal of for the relief demanded in the
total 500.00. Your med
who, at great to thousands of said Court this 1st day of Novem- bill of complaint. The nature of
reports persons
ical insurance under Medicare ber, A It 1966. said suit being for
personal risk are supportingour then 80% of the reported sighting the mysterious (8E'111) GiOR(5E M MOODY, DIVORCE
American Ideals of free- pays you crafts including many Clerk of said Court WITNESS my hand and seal of
$500.00 balance, or 40000. by (8) Joyce Patrick said Court this 13th day of October,
dom and peace. Americans This Medicare would persons of Impeachable reputation Deputy Clerk A. D. 1966

everywhere are urged to participate means business men, house- W. L Wadsworth GEORGE M. MOODY,
pay $400.00 of your doctors I'. O Box 896 Clerk of said Circuit Court
in their community and would be wives, doctors, lawyers police liunnell, Florida (Official Seal)
observance of Veterans Day expenses you officers sheriffs, and count Attorney for Plaintiff By /s/ Joyce Patrick
responsible for $150.00. Nov. 3-10-17-2t-Hc
Deputy Clerk
on November 11. Honor those less others.
Oct. 20, 27. Nov. 3. 10. 4tc.IV .
who served. Their accounts of what they _
1966 saw or thought they saw va- FI.AGLIlt IOINTI, FLORID IN AM FOil FLAGLER COUNTY -
AHEAD OTHER YEARS ries Just as they do /today but iv ('IIA ('.:ln' \O. miu KI.OUIUV. PROBATE.
No. M20.
surprisingly their descriptions
IN RE: Estate of
Colonel H. N. Kirkman DI-
dovetail with many we >s RONALD A. GADA PEE. SR.
Alexander rector of the Department of Carl Wentworth Hawkins Defendant.NOTi'l Jr. Deceased

Public Safety, stated today ': TO DFFEV1) NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Lumber CompanyFLAGLER that 1966 is going to be a NOTICE OK FICTITIOUS I\TEVTIV: IVAMi TOHIX.lSTKIl .: THE Carl STATE Wentworth OF FLORIDA.Hawkins TO, : Jr. RONALD All creditors A. OADAPEE.of the estate SR., deceased of

record breaking year for In compliance with House 13111 RMK-BRJ Marine Division 340 are hereby notified and required
death and destruction No. 1175, Chapter 20953, Laws of San Francisco, California to file any claims or demands -
BRANCH on Florida Acts of 1941, as amended Al'O 96312 which they may have against
Florida's highways if the the undersigned will regis- You are hereby notified that a said estate In the office of the
ter with the Clerk of the Cir- has been filed County Judge of Flagler County,
trend continues, and there is suit against you In
In and for Flagler
cuit Court
Florida, in the
the above entitled courthouse at Bun-
; you
no sign of a let up now. County Florida, upon receipt of are hereby required answer nell, Florida, within six calendar
SPECIALQuantity Florida enters the last and proof of the publication following of ftctltlousnaml' this notice with the ktoorlhr ot'0 months from the date of the first
and to serve a copy thereof upon publication of thia notice. Each
most dangerous months: of : CHANGE SHOP located the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney, claim or demand must be In writ-
!the year with 25 more traffic on THE 1-95 Flagler County, Florida whose name and address Is: ing and must state the place or
Discount Paint deaths than the 1,315 of the under which we will en Weinstein, Weinberg & Weinstein residence and post-office address of
'. C1TUUH 25! Orange StreEtSt. the claimant and must be sworn to
same period of 1965. SALES tOUTLETesAND GIFT Augustine, Floridanot by the claimant his agent, or his
For the first eight monthsof SHOP and that the undersignedare later than December 3rd, A. D. attorney, or It will become void
SALESavings 1966.If. according to law.
'66 only three counties are said the business only persons you fall to do so, decree pro October 20th. 1966.

without a traffic fatality out Dated at liunnell. Florida this ronfesso will be entered againstyou /Josephine Q. Gadapee
1966. for the relief demanded in the Oct. 4 to
25th day of October A. D. 20.
20% of the state's 67. They were John N. Lemasters bill of complaint The nature of _
up on said suit being for divorce.WITNESS IN THE
Gulf Lafayette and Liberty Charles W Perry CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH
Exterior-Interior Nov. 10-17-24 & Dec. 1-Upiv my hand and seal of JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IV
Number of deaths thus far said Court this 1st day of November AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY

Ma.onry-Wood Paint in 1966 in Flagler county is A. D 1966OEOROE. FLORIDA.
!.t. MOODY
7. JUDICIAL CIIUIIT IN Clerk of said Circuit Court No. .'111..
Let u> assist you with our AND FOR PLAGLEH COI'NTY. By (S) Joyce PdrlckOmclal LEAVITIS GOLPHIN. JR.,
remodeling or home ( Seal) vs.
improvement service. Sopkesmen of chain stores Plaintiff Defendant.

serving Florida such as vs.
Winn-Dixie and A&P, say Defendant IV ANn FOR FLAfeLKIl COINTY. NOTICE TO APPEAR
PRon. T"1. Cave No. 62H.'
of the game business if their J. C. PROFFITT. IN REEstate of 125 W. Penn. Street

competition would comply. Residence UnknownYou WILLIAM H. ATKINSON, JR, You are Long Beach.notified
Deceased. hereby that a
notified thata
suit for are divorce hereby has been filed NOTICE OF FILING PETITION suit for divorce has been filed
. against you in the above entitled )4'01'INAL DISCHARGE OF against you In the above entitled
cause and you are hereby ADMINISTRATORS cause and you are hereby required
required to serve upon Plaintiffs Notice Is hereby given that we to serve upon Plaintiff Attorney.
24 HourWrecker -X. Attorney, whole name and have filed our final returns as whose name and address appear
address appear hereon, your Administrators of the Estate of hereon, your written defense, It
Service written defense If any, to the WILLIAM H. ATKINSON. JR, De- any, to the Bill of Complaint Inlaid
11t Complaint In said suit ceased, that we have filed our petition suit, on or before the 19th day
on or before the 10th day of for distribution and for final of November IUS, else decree pro
December 1968, else decree pro- discharge and that on Nov. 28 confesso will be entered against
confesso will be entered against 1966, 1.00 p.m. we will apply to you ,
Truck & Tractor
Flagler the Honorable T. K. McKnlght. and
WITNESS my hand and seal County Judge of Flagler County'Florida. saidlCourtgthis 17aday of October,
of said Court this 4th day of for approval of said f.nal: A. D, 1966.
MASSEY-FERGUSON November A D 19(6. returns and for an order of distribution GEORGE M. MOODY
(Seal) GEORGEIEk3.f Court and for final discharge Clerk of said Court
Grove Industrial Equipment said as Administrators ATKIN30N Estate (Seal)
By Joyce Patrick of Deceased.WILLIAM H. JR., By /I/ Joyce Patrick
VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 Deputy Clerk Deputy Clerk.
'V. L. WadsworthP. Dated Oct. 27th. 1966. W. 1.. WADSWORTH
Owner Bunnell Florida O. BoxBunnell 'U /Maudrey B. Atkinson P. O. Box 896
Florida 'I' Glenda Atkinson Felllctr Bunnell. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff Administrators
Nov 10-U-24, & Dec. 1-4tc Oct 27 & NOT. 3.10-17-ito. Attorney for Plaintiff
Octo. 20, 27, NOT. 3, 104to2THE

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By Don Jordan Hazel H. Jones of SCHOLARSHIP

I Vfager.each South Central Avenue, Flag.
The acquisition of water
ler Beach, passed away Mon. The Nursing Scholarship
treatment plants for the citiesof day, November 7 at the Bun Screening Committee, a committee .
Bunnell and Beachis
nell General Hospfltal. She representative of the
something residents of had been a resident of Flag- territory 'and appropriate professions .
SANTA CLAUS COMING TO FLAGLER BEACH those cities can look forwardto
appointed to
ler Beach the past seven was
with pride, and justly so.
FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB GARDEN CLUB years, and was a member of screen applications for basic
With of hardnessand
problems the Methodist Church. She nursing scholarships. The
WEDNESDAY NOV. 30th The Flagler Beach Garden' iron being ever-present in was 63 years of age. final decision resulted In the
Club met at the home of Mrs.R. practically every system, it is Survivors include her hus awarding of scholarships to
Santa Claus will be on a great relief to know the city
K. Hirst with Mrs. Clyde
band, Matthew Jones, a patient Miss Nancy Lee Wilson of
hand to greet /the children system will insure water qual
Duensing as co-hostess. Refreshments
in the Restorium, Daytona Flagler Beach, Mrs. Susan A.
with a treat for each at the were served priorto ity.
Beach; a daughter, Mrs. Dickinson of Ormond Beach,
Flagler Woman's Club Christmas the business meeting.Mrs. However, rural and semi- Mary Reynolds of Brookston- and Miss Marie Hortense Mur
Bazaar to be held at the Frank Brede gave a report rural homeowners still experience dale, N. Y.Funeral ray of Daytona Beach.
Club House, 1524 So. Central on the District 6 meetingof these problems, coupled services are In.
Due (to the interest of the
Avenue, on Wednesday, Nov. the Florida Federation of with two or three other items complete at time. Craig
press public and the apparent need
30th. beginning at 10 a. m.
Garden Clubs which was held such as sulfldes, chloridessalt Funeral Home of Bunnell is
for the
until 8 p. m.Christmas. October 25th in Daytona ( ), and sometimes pH. All in charge of arrangements.CARD Area Tuberculosis, Spaceport and 1'

"surprise" pack Beach.Is of these troubles together Disease 1
Respiratory Association
ages, gifts and goodies will was agreed to send a donation rarely affect a home water OF THANKSI
plans allocate
be available at tables spon to the State Treasurerfor supply but any one or combination wish to thank: all of my funds for nursing scholarships more.
sored by church groups and for pines" of several factors may
"pennies program friends for their many acts of in 1967, and thereby
civic organizations (county and also to give a donation be present to cause an undesirable kindness to me, for their hopes to promote professional
organizations are welcome to In of Mrs. Coe, water supply.
memory cards, food and flowers, the education and training In
participate and are asked to who was Editor of Florida
donations to the Methodist
Much attention has been Brevard, Flagler and Volusia
call Mrs. V. W. Haines for de
Gardener for many years.
Church organ fund and the Counties.
focused on water conserva
tails.) The Club will operatea
"snack" corner and there The Garden Club will sponsor tion, water pollution and words of consolation duringmy
the Christmas Home Light. recent loss.
will be a "Try Your Skfll"game water quality control in the Subscribe to The Tribune
for Pop while Mom Ing Contest this year with last few years. As a result of Gratefully,
browses around. More next Mrs. Frank Brede as chair. (this, research has gone into Jean Chlmpky $2.50 per Year In Advance

week! man.Mrs. the problem of correcting 5ffiaM>aaii>fflflMBffl JDJDmJDlDnJwullnjOOIJlIIi lDtlDnmtlliml
R. K. Hirst gave an interesting these measures with quite a
and informativetalk bit of home
emphasis put on
COMMUNITY MEMORIAL on the different types of water systems. Today, equip BE PATRIOTIC! FLY THE FLAG!
CHURCH NEWS Begonias; the kind of ment is available to correct
they need, and the best location nearly all problems related to
Next Sunday's sermon topicto for planting. She also the items listed above. The BUY A FLAG FROM

be brought by Rev. R. W. showed the flower arrange. lone exception to this is
Dickert atthe/ Community ment of the month which she chlodides, which Flagler The American Legion Post 115
Memorial Church will be called "back to nature". The County has an abundant
"Eternal Security of a Believ attractive arrangement wasa source of in some localities.
er" at 11 o'clock. fall design made of oak The Agricultural Extension Home Flag Kits

Sunday School session be. boughs, pine needles, and Service has recently began
gins at 9:45: with classes for berries from the cabbage making recommendations to Include Flag, Wood Pole, Metal Bracketfor

all ages. palm, with several kinds of homeowners for correction of Displaying the Flag
The Ladies Guild will meeton dried wild flowers. mineral problems related to

Thursday, Nov. 17th at 2 The highlight of the meet. poor home water systems. For BUY A COMPLETE KIT-$3.95 UP
p. m. The change due to the ing was ''an interesting talk anyone interested in correcting
Thanksgiving date. Mrs. Harry given by Mrs. Charles Mc. a home water problem,
Whetstone will be hostessfor Cabe on the history of State the Extension Service offers a WALTER MORRIS

the meeting to be held in National Parks. She noted water testing service for hard
Fellowship Hall.CIGARETTE. that in 1912 there were only ness, iron, chlorides, and pH. PHONE 437-3235 After 5 P. M.

11 State National Parks. In The work is closely coordinated nxyBflglKiftlKiKaaBXXXX'ttXXX&XX
1916 Congress passed a law with .
TAX to give Federal aid for maintenance in their area of bacteria Department ,'* : .:&X+X: +XZ: <<.:.::.:.::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.

FOR SEPTEMBERIS of national parks and removal from water systems. 8 *

ANNOUNCEDRen tional today there Parks.are 32 State Na Anyone wanting farther information ::: HART REFRIGERATION :

on home water '.4 ...
Morris, director of the The next meeting will be a quality control systems, con :.: .:4
State work shop Nov. 29th at' 9:30a. tact the Court
Beverage Department, County Agent, ANDELECTRIC .,
in the home of Mrs.
reports that net cigarette tax m. house.
collections for the month of Frank Brede.

September, 1966 amounted to FSCC WILL MEET j SERVICE
$4,786,635.61. Of this amount NEXT TUESDAY Bookkeeping and

$1,460,104.46 will go !to the The Flagler Senior Citizens' Income Tax ServiceR.

State General Revenue Fund Club will meet next Tuesday, T. ShockneyP. ;:Bunnell, Fla. Box 253-A, Rl :
and the remaining 3326531. November 15, In Its clubroomin O. Box 842 *
15 will be distributed to qual the Municipal building, Ormond Beach Florida :b': Phone 437-3698 8$

flied municipalities. Flagler Flagler Beach. Phone 677.4587
County municipalities receiv- There will be a potluck sup. >*IOZOIOZOIOZOIZOZOZOIOIOZOIOZOZOZOZOZOIOZZCZO'ZCwAnd : : : : :

the following: per starting at 6 o'clock. Mem
Bunnell ..........................$2,855.92
Flagler Beach .............. 981.72 covered
Beverly Beach .............. 86.78 The Club furnishes coffee.
Marineland .................... 101.61
Painters Hill ................ 13.34 FBES PTA TO MEET

The Flagler Beach Elemen
tary School Parent-Teacher
Association will hold It's next
meeting at 7:30 p. m. in the
school cafetorium, on Monday, ye shall be my sons and daughters,
November 14. The main pur Saith the Lord Almighty.

pose of this meeting is to discuss Hosea 1:10, Isaiah 43:6
? Il and vote on a project for
the year. We urge all members
We are, indeed, all children of
to attend and to have a
Every man, every individual
voice in this important decis-
L has
equal opportunity to be-
ion. If have not purchased
c lieve in God, to accept salvation.
your PTA membershipcard It is a birthright, made possible
please try to do so at through God's love for alL
this meeting.The Herein lies the strength of
PTA will enter a float Christianity. Herein lies the
in the Veteran's Day paradein strength of the individual Chris-
Bunnell on November 11th. tian. If we believe in God and
SAlES DOWN1, Anyone who can assist in decorating understand the example the

the float on Friday, 'it life of Christ upon earth, we ac-
YOU CAN MAXI PROFITS R1SI BY please contact :Mrs. Harry cordingly find it easier to meet

WISE ADVERTISING. CALL Us Strickland, President 4392124.Don't the trials and temptations of) life
forget the PTA spa. and to recognize the rights of
TODAY AND LET'S TALK ABOUT ghetti dinner, November 19th others.
at the school cafetorium. The hope of
YOUR ADVERTISING NEEDS. '$ :IJ salvation which
Tickets may be purchased f \ is peace eternal, is God's promise
prior to the dinner, from officers to all mankind. We must remem

;::=i/\/f AOS SEU FOR SURE; of the PTA or at the door ber, however, that God expect?
Saturday evening. r something of us in return.


and Cabin Rentals, Reasonable \ ''I and IL



that weekend away from it all


Reservations Phone 437-3989

Suggestions For Bunnell Methodist 5-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. NOV. 10. 1966

Safe Hunting In ChurchOliver

14 0 1 C E c G. C.'s Own "OVEN READY"
State Are GivenA ( F. Taylor. Pastor)
Meat Loaf
list of "things to do and
remember" for Florida hunters Romance of life is found in
was Issued today by W. B. the unusual events which are
Copeland, Chairman, Game outside of the normal pat
and Fresh Water Fish Com terns of life. Many people 3 Ib. Loaf $189
mission.In want a romantic life, but are
not willing to give somethingfor
interest of safety,
good the sportsmanship, and it. Christianity is not intended ....,......,...
to be the type of life
staying out of trouble, hunters
which always finds itself so-
should: lidified or following set pat U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
Obtain a copy of and become terns. Christianity Is always
familiar with the State extending itself into the lives Ib. *
and Federal hunting rules of people who are outside of
and regulations. the fellowship within Christ's
Always handle firearms in Church. Christ has always demanded
such a manner that you, and of His followers to U. S. D. A. (FULL CUT)
other people are not endan extend themselves and even
gered. their material possessions into *
Obtain the regular state the world to advance the ROUND STEAK Ib. 89
hunting license from a county kingdom. Reward to the individual
Judge and the manage. Christian comes in response
of others to Christ.
in additionto
ment area stamp
your regular hunting license Members of Christ's church Choice JuicyALL
before entering of must give to themselves in
any order that the kingdom may Ib. *
the wildlife managementareas MEAT STEW 69
supervised by the Com grow. "Cast your bread upon
mission. the waters, for you will find it
'after many days." Ecceles-
Buy a duck stamp and tastes 11:1.:
write name in ink across
your O' Lean "ALL MEAT"
the face of the stamp before Streak Lyke'

hunting Respect ducks/the or property geese. of COMPLETES COURSE WHITE BACON SMOKED SAUSAGElb.

others and 'always ask per Janet Salyerds of Bunnell
mission before crossing has completed a one year lb. lb.
fences or hunting on private general clerical course at the 4ge 4ge
lands. Mary Karl Division of the
Plug your shotgun to three- Daytona Beach Junior Col
shell capacity, magazine and lege.
chamber combined. Over one thousand training Western
Never use full-Jacketed or hours are required for completion
military-style cartridge or .22 of the specialized pro PORK STEAKS Ib. 53<
calibre rlmfire cartridges gram, according to vocational
while hunting or taking deeror director, Dr. Hal Mossey.
Always check hunting areas CARD OF THANKS
shoot birds over baited areas. I would like to express my
Never hunt turkey with a thanks and appreciation to
dog and don't hunt or kill a those who visited me duringmy
swimming deer. stay in the hospital. Also Van Camp's No. 2/ Can
Never use or carry a gun for the cards and those who For $ EVERCANERed
with a light In the woods or said prayers for me. Your A NRDK BEANS 4 I
on the water at night. thoughtfulness is deeply ap
Never use artificial light, SUGAR
fire, net, trap, snare, poison, Minnie Poole & White No. 303 Can
salt lick, set guns or live decoys FRUIT For
COCKTAIL 5 $100 5 Bag 390
to hunt or take game animals CARWASH SATURDAYThe
or birds.Remember .
not to shoot doe FFA Club of Bunnell Jar Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
or fawn deer, cub bear, panther High School will sponsor car Our Value Quart
snow goose, Ross goose, washes Saturday: Nov. 12 in SALAD Ea.
brant, swan non-game birds Bunnell at !the Purel Oil Stat DRESSiNG 37 e
tion and in Flagler Beach at
Key Decn Everglades weasel,
Joe Grain's Grade "A"
the Sinclar Station. Everyoneis
alligators mink Evergladeskite
Canada Dry (Plus Deposit)
asked to support these pro-
hawk, owl or eagle.
These animals and birds are jects. Get your car washed for FLAVOR DRINKS 8 ST'l00
fully protected by law. $1.00. SOFT
Always look before you EGGS
Miracle Quart Bottle
Copeland said "There are Human blood comes Each Dozen
many more detailed rules and only from humans. Before WHITNER 6ge 2 9ge
regulations that all hunters
It can be used to save
must follow.( Summaries of a life ii must be given. If
these rules and regulationsare
In health.
you are good
available from the officesof MAXWELL
between 18 and 59 con-
all county Judges. trinbute to your local Frozen Foods

Blood Bank.
\ Mr. G. FROZEN 9 oz. Pkg.

umudL dti9h 1 & 47C FRENCH FRIES Ea. fOe

School Pews
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Morton's CHICKEN BEEF TURKEY

the meeting on Thursday, FRESH PRODUCE -
Nov. 3, a review was givenof StA
the Tri-Hl-Y sponsored fortune -
telling booth that we U. S. No. 1 IrishPOTATOES

had in the Halloween Carni "".
10 49 J
val. Several members repor- < CHEER
ed on this and a small profitwas
made.A TheFlagler 4 lb.

Thanksgiving food basket will and be givenat fruit Tribune BAG APPLES Bag 490 2 R Sizear, 29

will be distributed at the hos
pital. Fresh
An officers only meetingwill Prompt Service For Limit 2 with $5.00 or more food order

Twenty-four be held next members week. were CELERY Z 290

present ait the meeting. .........-:: ....
Carol Townsend, reporter Phone 437-3282


S. 1-North Bunnell t.- Ir


Phone 437-3227

PLATE LUNCH....................$1.00 OPEN SUNDAYS U.s. No. 1 BUNNELL

Open 5:00 a. m.-9:00 p. m. 8:00 a.m.-loo p.m.

Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Nov. 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 1966


Of High Federation in which Shuman Florida 4-H Youths Claim P

cited the efforts of Mrs. Ester

Prices Caused By Peterson consumer, special affairs for assistant President for '66 Awards for Excellence \ -

Johnson, who has combinedher
U. S. Spending? political appearances in with abled Miss Braun to save time winners.lie is the son of Mr. and

\ behalf of Democratic candidates Trips to Chicago, along "The projects Mrs. Vonzie Godwin.
. and money. of Mr. and
to win $500 Feaster, the son
with meetings of housewives a chance in with duties at
T. K. McClane, executive are in store for six members blend right them Mrs. J. L. Feaster Sr., is a six-
organizing boycotts."It said. "Through
vice president of the Florida of Florida 4-H Clubs. They home, she acquainted with the year 4-H'er whose interest in

Farm Bureau Federation, said is unfair and dishonestfor are part of a delegation of some I become and easy methods of the community beautification
is little administration spokesmento people which will represent new quick project was a natural outgrowth
today he a puzzled by 30 young doing things. I am able to share
the recent "revolt" by !the encourage the Idea that 'any their state at the Na-

housewife against high food reduction in prices as a result

prices. of the boycotts will be anything -
but temporary," Mc
"The housewife Is Justly Clane said.McClane.
concerned over the high

prices," McClane said, "butIt pointed out that
looks like another case of there have been attempts recently Jt.
the federal government's attempt to blame farmers, businessmen LzU: :

to divert attention housewives and _

from the real cause of high "anyone else" for the inflation .. Mist MobUy Mill Ward Mill Briim

prices-Inflation caused by in our country. Stoic Ftaitcr Godwin work in beautifying his
excessive government spend. methods with my
food stores being Club Congress to be these new home.
"Now the are tional 4-H turn share them own
ing. who in
blamed and the real cul- Chicago Nov. 27 through awards
held in with other people." Not only did he win
The FFBF executive refer. pret, the federal governmentand Dec. 1. Delegates are ctnsen by The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. for his demonstrations on plant

red to a charge made today its 'spend now, pay later' the Cooperative Extension Carroll L. Ward, Miss Ward has propogation, but he shared his

Charles Shuman, president of policy has completely escape Service. been in 4-H since 1958. She esti successes with his community.
the American Farm Bureau ed," he said. The six are George mates that she has saved more He donated shrubbery to his

18, of Crystal River, state horse than $40 in wardrobe expenses. local church and agricultural
program winner, sponsored by Miss Ward helped organize anew center and gave plants to his
Merck & Co., Inc.; Jerome Feaster 4-H Club in 1963, and is its school band to be sold to raise

17, of Micanopy, community leader. money for band uniforms.
CLASSIFIEDADS beautification, sponsored by The junior 4-H'er for six
Mobley, a
Sears-Roebuck Foundation; Miss ac"My horse is actually a financial
Godwin, 16, of Atmore, years, has used expense, but money can'tbuy
Mike the health pro-
Moorquired through and joy he
by the experience
Ala., swine, sponsored her community.
Mfg. Co.; Garlon Mobley, gram, to benefit and has given me," said George
man newspaper
health, sponsored She has evaluating his 4-H horse
17, of Macclenny, articles, prepared ex. Stokes Mrs.
LieU... under thU heading; are 3 temtu per word rack InsortUn.FOR by Eli Lilly and Company; magazine and given speeches and project. The son of Mr. and la 4 H
hibits been -
Maitland, he has
Janis Ward, 18, of appear. D. E.
THE BEST PRICE on a WANTED A CARETAKER for clothing, sponsored by Coats & radio and television nutrition. since 1959, and has been enrolled

new Oldsmobile or value rated Lake Diston Lodge, free rent, Clark Inc., and Sharon Braun ances to promote good of Mr. and in the horse program the

used car, call Fred Fitts, utilities. Opportunity to earn 16, of Miami, home management She is the daughter Mobley. last two years. Not only have.

Sunrise Oldsmobile, Daytona additional money renting sponsored by Tupperware. Mrs. Alabama carried swine his horses won numerous ribbons

Beach, 255.7475 11.10.4tp lodge and two cottages, fishing Miss Braun, daughter of Mr. Godwin has all of his six years but Stokes has learned a
boats, etc. Contact Spur. and Mrs. Charles Braun, has projects for bit of veterinary medicine, by
LOSE WEIGHT safely with lIn. 701 Church street, Decatur been active in Ors work for in 4-H. Starting stsincepcared helping the local veterinarian
A Diet Tablets. 98c Ga. 10.27.3tp 1960, Godwin shots worm horses anBumper
Dex Only
more than five years. total of 316 head and has give
at Moody Pharmacy. 10.20.8tp TWO FARMALL Tractors, Skills gained through the 4 en-H for consistently a raised blue ribbon treat wounds.
model A and model B, $125 Home Management

HOUSE FOR SALE-2 story. each; 2 cyl., 16 hp. Wisconsingas Year VETS IN COLLEGE CRITICS
frame house, 200 North Railroad
engine, starter and generator RADNOR, Pa.-Peter Usti
street. Inquire after 7 Marty Barbers Surplus, nov, an arsenal of talent and

p. m. Phone 4373580. 10.6-TF 340 2nd Ave., Daytona Beach, Ahead for the ATTENDANCE CARDSVeterans.ln.College opinion, offered TV Guide his

2537575. Nov. 10, 17, 24, P view on experts! : "I'm sure if
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain treat the world would blow itself

fields installed; Rota-Roter WAITRESS Wanted, Dixlana Tourism CropFred your attendance cards like up, that the last audible voiceto
snail shell. Reasonable prices. Restaurant. 11-10-ltp. money in the bank. Sending be heard would be that of

Call George Jarosz, 437.3410 HOUSE FOR SALE-with 1.5 O. (Bud>)> Dickinson, them to the Veterans Administration an expert saying it couldn'tbe .
8.1-tf will check "
bring a
acres improved land, CB-2-BR, Jr., Comptroller of Florida,
back to
SPECIAl-Bat Man and Robin bath, built in kitchen. Located predicted that an expected For September only, how

Throw Rugs $2.75 each. Jerry'sFurniture 'five miles west of Bunnelloff banner 1966.67 tourist season ever, the VA will send pay PROFITS DECLINE
and Appliances, old highway 100. Call DavidJ. will boost state economy to ments after receiving just Rising food prices 'and labor

Dixie Highway, 2 miles southof Burnsed In Gainesville at record high. the colleges' verification of costs were cited by Royal

Korona. Phone 437.37521tc 376-0619. Oct. 6, TF "All reliable guideposts indicate enrollment. Colleges should Castle System for a declinein
profits despite a hike in
the coming season will have submitted this after re
sales in the fiscal ended
be the most successful economic ceiving from veterans two
period ever recorded in copies of their Certificate of
Florida," said Dickinson.Last Eligibility, obtained from Regional -
VA offices. If their _
Jackie Deeb the
year was
payments for !September are
leading industry in Florida's MATTRESS
delayed, veterans should see
Weddings Canopes and economy. Over 16 million that their schools have verified & UPHOLSTRY WORKS

Buffets Hors D'oeuvres tourists spent $3.9 billion in their enrollment to the
710-12 Lemon St.
the state during that period.
Veterans Administration. .
Cocktail Parties (Pick-up orders for Palatka Florida
Dickinson noted that cur At the end of October, vet
Holiday Parties small parties) rent collection totals for erans must mail ,their certifications Phone EA 5-9166

sales and use tax, gasolinetax of attendance for FurnltuUpholstering& Refinished
JACKIE'S and wholesale sporting month to the VA. The VA Mattresses Repaire4 & Box Springs

goods tax are up considerablyover will then send payments to Made to Order Also Renovated

500 N. NOVA RD. DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. totals this time last year. veterans on November 20. Call Laura Morris 437-3233
This procedure must be fol.
PHONES 255.4626 and 677.8912 To date, fiscal year collections lowed in succeeding months.ANNOUNCEMENT After 6:00 P. M.
(July.October) of these PRICES REASONABLE.
I taxes have produced revenue BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
Just as near as your
totaling same $146 ,
Phone or Post Office
an increase of 37.55 per cent Judy Burnsed will be work. Drop Us A Card or Call
over collection totals for alike ing at the Virginia King
Free Pick-up & Delivery
BROWN & BROWN INC. period last year. Beauty Shop on Dean Road
The present fiscal year, if it Mondays and Tuesdays.
continues its amazing rate of
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development, may well shatter -
I INSURANCEOUR the records of the 1965.66 BUDDY KNOX

fiscal year, !the most success.
ful the state has ever had," YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER

PHONE NUMBER IS said Dickinson. Bunnell Atlantic Service Station
Personal income for the

state totaled $14 billion last
437-3394 year. Industry contributedover U. S. Highway 1 fyv Day Phone 437-3652

$10 billion to the state's m.1.) Night Ph. 4373944REPAIR
economy, with tourism accounting -

"'..."'."'''...",,:.,,,.,,,,,.1'.........,,,...:'...,,,.......or.......................",."... "......."..., third of the for latter more figure.than one- REBUILD AND CARBURETORS GENERATORS, STARTERS

. FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT UNIQUE BODY 24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service

The Florida Council of 100
is the only body of its kind
PHONE VAlley 41625
in the U. S. Members pay

SERVICE ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA $1,000 a year to Join, yet work Flagler County Insurance
without pay or politics in fur.

Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We thering (the alms of the Sunshine .

are always at your service with promptness safety and State.HOUSING Agency Inc.
:; experience. BOOM COMING

Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator James W. Walter, presidentof All Forms of Insurance

the Jim Walter Corp. of 105 North Bay Street -:- Phone 437-3171
I Garcia Funeral Home Tampa, says a housing boomis
coming which will be Bunnell, Florida 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTY
P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director touched off by marriages among -


5.W ...."'......"':."'......... .............".VLSI' the baby boom of the 1940's.


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business and tax stories-hints on time and money- tests and general news.
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I g-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. NOV. 10. 1966 Flagler Beach City Commissioners Overnight guests of Zach Mack Pelllcer, son of J. B.

will be hosts to I and Mary Qetus Holland were and Naomi Pelllcer, left Oc.

the quarterly meeting of the their sons, Zachary, who is tober 31st for Fort Benning

League of Small Municipalities a student at Abraham Bald. Georgia, where he reportedfor

'- 0 IIL Thursday, November 17. win Agricultural School in five months training in the

The dinner meeting will be Tifton, Ga. and Grant Hollandof Army Reserve.

0 C AL S at the Woman's Club on Cen Rome, Ga., David Brooksof "

: tral Ave. at Flagler Beach be. Rome was also a guest of Visiting with Dale and
ginning at 7:30 P. M. The the Hollands. Brown
Rosemary over the
dinner will be prepared and
served by members of theWoman's Harry and Carol Atkinson weekend was their son, Da.
of Mr. and Mrs. C A. IDLEWOOD CLUB
Guest vid from the of
Club."Venture spent the weekend in Jack. University
Riddell Sunday was her son, MEETING
sonville as the guests of Mr. Florida and Dale's brother in

Joy also Sisco visited of with Jacksonville.Mr. and Mrs.He Christmas Trees, wreaths, in Faith" will be and Mrs. Ed Chipman. JoinIng law and sister, Hampy and

Otis Magee at Flagler Beach. and floral arrangements were the theme of the meeting at them Saturday for the June Paulling of Leesburg.
displayed at the Tuesday the Community Methodist Florida-Georgia football game
in the
a patient
Magee Idle. were Herschel and Peggy King Saturday they attended the
in St. Aug. night meeting the Church in Daytona Beach
ustine Flagler receiving Hospital treatment fora wood Club by 'MIss Judy Saturday November 12. All and Cliff and Carolyn Shef football game in Jacksonville.Mike .

suffered five Joiner, Florida Power and officials of the Methodist
heart attack Light Co. representative. Miss Churches in the DeLand District field.Mr. and Betty Steflik were'In
weeks ago. Joiner demonstrated to mem are invited to attend. and Mrs. F. J. Chambers Brooksvllle Sunday where
bers how to use Christmas Plans will be made for the returned home Thursday from they attended an antique
Mrs. Marjorie Long of lights effectively and provided revival to be conducted in Highlands, N. C. where they show. .
Green Cove Springs visited instructions on how to pre. February. spent several days vacation.
here Sunday with Mrs. Edith pare the various decorations. ing. Visiting with them Friday Mike Koczwanski plans to

Allen and Mrs. Nell Allen. Slides depicting outdoor dec. United Daughters of the was their son and daughter leave Friday for Houston,
Mrs. Long is the former Mar. orations were also shown to Confederacy will hold their in law of Jacksonville Texas', where he will reside.
jorie McKenzie of Bunnell.Mr. the group by Miss Joiner. regular monthly meeting on Fred and Jean Chambers and ,
The meeting conducted at soPat.\ Ria Johnston left Wednesday
Thursday, November 10, at
and Mrs. George Moody the home of Mrs. Louis Steflik 2:30: P.M. at the home of Mrs.F. for Plant City for a visit
were in Jacksonville Thursday on Hwy. 100 was presided over W. Tingley. Mrs. H. T. Dave! and Katherine Perry. with her son In law and
thru Saturday attendingthe by Mrs. Charles Chambers, Cook, president, will preside. man were in Jacksonville daughter, Don and Nell Cart-
State Association of president. Monday where they attendedthe mill and her grandson, Jim.
Clerks of Circuit Court mid. Members discussed prepar funeral services for his
winter conference. They also ing their annual Thanksgiving Members of the Junior High brother in law, Mr. C. A. Lewis and Angela Wads-
School Class of the
attended the Florida-Georgia Basket for a needy fame Sunday Stewart. Mr. Stewart passed worth had as their weekend
Bunnell Methodist Church
football game Saturday af away Sunday in a Jacksonvllle houseguests, Mr. and Mrs.
ily.Plans will have a skating party
ternoon. were completed for hospital. Fritz Mitchell of Lakeland.
Saturday night, according to .
an Oyster Roast on Saturday, I .a
Mrs. Robbie Walters, teacher. '.
November 19th at Barnes Res.
Susan Brannam of Palatka
The group is asked to meetat
visited here during the week taurant in Moultrie. Membersand
the church at 6:30: P.M. for
end with her parents, Mr. and their guests will meet at transportation. Select
Mrs. L. L. Brannam.Mrs. 6:30: p. m. in Moultrie.
Mrs. Remly Murray, playground .
Margaret Taylor had as
gave a report
L. L. Harris has re her overnight guests Monday,
on the Idelhours Playground YOUR FALL AND XMAS"PERMANENT11
turned to her home from St.
sponsored by the club. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bell of
Augustine after a stay in the
Miami. Sunday evening Mar
The door
prize was won by WREATHSand
hospital and also a visit with
Mrs. Herschel King. garet and her mother, Mrs.
her son in law and daughter,
Joseph Harding, attended services
Mrs. Steflik served tempt.
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Whitley. ARRANGEMENTS ON
ing refreshments to Mrs. King, at the Flomlch Baptist
Mrs. Chambers, Mrs. Dale Church in Holly Hill, where
Enjoying the weekend at Brown, Mrs. W. W../ Deen, Mrs. Mrs. Harding's son Danny LAY AWAY PLAN
the Carle Home here included Ginnie Newell, Mrs. Jimmy Harding was ordained a dea
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carle, Hargett and Mrs. Murray. con. -ATBlack's -
and Gleen Titusville; Mr. and

Mrs. Arthur Carle and daughter Friends of Homer Zimmerlewill Walter and Laura Morris
of Jacksonville; Mr. and be sorry to learn he is were in Fort Lauderdale Sun. Flower Shop
Mrs. Wilbur Sheffield and a medical patient at Bunnell day through Tuesday last
daughter, Bunnell. General Hospital. He is re week, where he attended a
ceiving treatment for a broken Florida State School Super 111 N. FORSYTHE STREET
Mrs. Leona Knight visitedin leg. visors meeting.
South Daytona Beach dur
ing the past weekend with .

and Mr.her son family.and and Mrs.daughter Robert in French law, Plant your feat way apart and see how steady you feel. |l lCamaro [J| I Ik

Mr. and Mrs. Lillard White
have returned home after a
vacation spent in Knoxvllle,
Tenn., and South Carolina.Mr. 1
White joined a group
from Knoxville who went to
Utah on a hunting trip. -- '
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"'- ...- .."-.w i "' '.
Pinettes members were en .
.w -- .
tertained last Wednesday t''
-a ,
evening by Mrs. Cliff Shef
field at her home in Colony
Park. Mrs. S. J. Tilton, Jr.,
president, presided during the
business session. Tentative
plans were made for their an.
nual Christmas party and gift r
exchange in December. Fol
lowing a covered dish din.
ner a' games party was enJoyed -
by Mrs. Charles Cowart,
Mrs. Edward Hawkins, Mrs.
Sammy Bertha, Mrs. Tommy
Bertha Mrs. Elbert Crews,
Mrs. Marshall Crews, Mrs.H. 4 n

V. Peavy and Mrs. James

Rosely Cameron returned
home Friday from Halifax
Hospital where she was a 1 ui
medical patient several days. I


WIVES MEET Sport Coupe

The wives of the Methodist That wide stance gives sure-footed handling in a -

ministers met in on the November Deland 3 district at corner while the ride comes out amazingly smooth and f' $246622Manubctunr't ,,"

the parsonage in Bunnell. silent. That's because we designed the suspension with _

Mrs. Oliver Taylor, Bunnell, electronic A was the guinea pig not suggested mail price forCtmtnSport
help. computer ,
and Mrs. Reynold Hoover, you. Coup (Model 12337) shown tbovt.Pnci .
Flagler Beach were co-hos Add exclusive rubber-isolated body and drive train includes Federal Excist Ttx ind tuggtstKt
... dealer d.ltlllH'nd handling charge(transpona-
!tesses for the meeting. A bus. the Camaro Corvette excitement von h.. accessories..other optiontl equip-
and :
iness meeting was held, and you've got mint trots and local tarot additional.
.'" Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Hoover with family-car driving comfort.
r served luncheon.
.' Mrs. James Rowan, Deland
It Is resident, Mrs. Mario Alfon Command Performance
so, New Smyrna Beach, is mt r
.i'J' Vice-President, and Mrs. Oliver Damaro

: r Taylor is Secretary-Treas .. .,. For'67.everything new that -
urer. The ministers' wives could happen. A.pp.n.o7 '
meet every month in the fall Now at your Chwroltt dealer'*!,
and winter and will sponsora the Chevrolet ymfre been waiting for -

Christmas party for the 09<10ti
Methodist 'ministers and HALL TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY

families in December. 200 S. STATE BUNNELL FLORIDA PHONE 4373131I

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