The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
November 17, 1966
Publication Date:


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

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I Dedication Monday EveThe Flagler Tribune

Rev. Hamilton West, was served by The Rev. JamesH. I
D. D., Bishop of the Episcopal Taylor, Jr.
Diocese of Florida dedicatedthe In January of 1966, St.
new building of St. Thomas, purchased and Commerce Body
Thomas, Episcopal Church in adapted !the local Lehigh cement I
Bunnell Monday night. Pres workers Union Hall on
ent were many ministers of Route 100, four miles between ProclamationFOR Will Meet WithConservationist
other denominations from Flagler Beach and Bun. FARM-CITY WEEK

Flagler Beach and Bunnell. It In Flagler
Also present were many Episcopal nell.The Rev. Robert A. Stuart, Mayor C. B. Eisenbach of
Clergy from the Tri presently Priest-in-Charge of Bunnell and Mayor R. L. Mc. County 10. 20, 40 yean ago

County area and members of St. Thomas,' told us that he Nab of Flagler Beach signed I ? I Col. J. II. Kelly, assistant
their congregations.The saw the mission of St. Thom. proclamations this past week director of the State Boardof
Episcopal Church in as Episcopal Church as being proclaiming November 18.24 Conservation will address
Flagler County has had a col. that of providing a unifying as National Farm-City Weekin 40 YEARS AGO members of the Flagler Coun

orful history. In 1948, The force between! the communities their respective communi Miss Ruth Biddle, In her ty Chamber of Commerce
Rev. Pipes Jones, then Rectorof of Flagler Beach and ties.It. usual charming manner, en Thursday, November 17th. Col-
St. Mark's Episcopal Bunnell. Is noteworthy that they tertained the Junior Bridge Kelly will speak on the feasibility .
Church In Palatka, Florida, The present Mission Board recognize the Importance of Club at. her home Friday of creating an inlet
instituted services with some consists of Mr. Coy G. Harris, good Farm-City relations and evening. Mary Sheffield Cochran north of Flagler Beach.
degree of regularity with the Jr., Senior Warden; Mr. Patrick in the proclamations they call won top score for the The meeting will conveneat
help of a trained layreader, Obriene, Junior Warden; upon all citizens to become Club and Mrs. Lathrop won 2 p. m. in the commission.
Mr. Loyal Tucker, In Flagler Mr. Thomas Lenssen, Treasurer aware of this. top score for the guests. Miss ers room at the Flagler County
Beach. ; and, Board Member, Mr. The proclamations calls up Biddle assisted by Miss Ida Courthouse. Lewis Wads-
The Rev. Valentine G. Low- Louis Steflik. on all residents of Bunnell Allen, served salad, sand- worth, president will preside.A .
ery held Christmas services in The Rt Rev. Hamilton and Flagler Beach to partici wiches and cocoa. progress report will be
1951 in the Flagler Beach West, Bishop of the Episcopal pate in this observance to in. given on the activities of the
Hotel. This was the first beginning Diocese of Florida, deliveredthe crease public appreciation of Board of Directors.All .
the strong Interest shared by
towards actually dedication message. Cler members of the cham
planting the Episcopal Churchin gy members participating In rural and urban Flagler Flagler Beach Town Com ber are urged to attend this
Flagler County. At this the ceremony were The Rev. Countians. missioners passed on a new important meeting.
time, the congregation chose James Taylor, Archdeacon of traffic light in front of the
the name St. ThomasbytheSea. Jacksonville Convocation; The pier, a blinker on Ocean Shore
In 1952, St. Thomas' was Rev. Fred Yerkes, Archdeaconof Rocky Blvd. and State Road 11, a Vets Parade
made on organized Mission of Convocation for the Flag light on Central and Road 11.
(the Episcopal Diocese of ler Area; The Rev. Ray White, Placed SecondIn Tom Holden was given a permit Bring Out
Florida.In the Rev. George Shirley, The for building a $7000 homeon ,
1955, St. Thomas-bythe- Rev. Stanley Gressley and PP&K ContestRocky Ocean Shore Blvd. New
Sea moved to Bunnell, Flor The Rev. Robert A. Stuart, benches for the boardwalkand Big Crowd
ida and became St. Thomas' Rector of St. Thomas Church. Hunter, son of Mr. the painting of the pier
Episcopal Church. St. Thomas' Serving as Crucifers were Mr. and Mrs. Otis Hunter, placed were among the items that Howard Wisehaupt, noted
purchased a chapel from the Wendall Brown and Mr. Ran second in the Punt Pass and were passed upon favorablyby lecturer of Flagler Beach ad-
Seventh Day Adventists in dolph Dyson. Kick Contest in Atlanta, Ga., the town commission.: dressed a large crowd at the
Bunnell, on Anderson Street, One-hunderd and fifteen Sunday. Eighteen contestantsin Flagler County Courthouse
and worshipped in this build. alttended the Impressive ceremony age groups 8 thru 13 years 10 YEARS AGO. Friday afternoon, in observance
ing until January of 1966. and a reception follow. were participating. Rocky and of Veterans Day.
From the period of time ed at the church.BUNNELL two other District winners Willliam Wadsworth spoke Rev. Oliver Taylor, pastorof
from 1958-1965, St. Thomas' from New Orleans and Birmingham to the crowd at the Armistice the First Methodist Churchof
were competing for Day Ceremony held at the Bunnell delivered the Invo

SCHOOL the ten year old champion.ship. Flagler County Courthouse.First cation.
James M. Biddle, prize was awarded to John A. Clegg served as
BAND IN DISTRICT 4 Rocky Is the first boy from the Bunnell Parent Teachers master of ceremonies.The .
Former Resident Flagler County to qualify for Assn. for the float. Second United Daughters of
CONTEST NOV. 19 this competition. lie was presented prize was awarded to the the Confederacy received first
with an award for win. Country Club and third prize place award for their float
Passes Away Bunnell High School's "Big ning first place in the District was awarded to the Flagler .entry in the parade. Second.
.# gest Little Band in Dixie" will Competition in Jacksonville Beach Garden" Club.:*"First place Was given'to The'Flag.
James M. Biddle of Keystone participate In the District 4 *recently and was also givenan prize for the best decorated ler Beach PTA.
Heights, brother of Marching Contect In Jacksonville official Atlanta Falcon bicycle was won by Butch Me- Karen Massey won the prize
George L. Biddle, passed foot ball uniform.He Daniel and second prize wentto for first place in the decorated
November 8 in Starke Saturday, November
away a
division. Frank
was accompanied to At- Vicky King. bicycle
Hospital. He was 88 of The contest will be at theJ.
years Mercer placed second and
lanta by his father, Otis Hunter
age.Mr. C. Bowl at Fletcher High and Leslie Pache Directorof NEW STORE SPACE Louis Mercer was third place
Biddle was a former
School. Bunnell students will winner.
the local Punt, Pass and
resident of Bunnell, coming perform at 7:38: p. m., ac Kick Contest. ADDITION TO POST
here in 1918 from McKeesport, cording to Mr. Weber, band- The contest was sponsoredby
Pa. He was associated in business master. OFFICE BUILDING
the Bunnell Motor Compa
with his brother, George,
Buses will leave the school ny. AT MOODY FAMILY
owning and operating the Construction was begun
parking lot at 4 m.
Bunnell Motor Company and p. this week on a building space REUNION SUNDAY
Ford Agency several years. KORnY puNSIn Bunnell Post
adjoining the
COURTHOUSE WILL Approximately 85 were in
He was also in the real estate
business before moving to CLOSE THANKSGIVINGIn Africa, some of the na Office building. Owners of the attendance at the 12th Annual
Green Cove Springs. He was tive tribes practice the strange building are Alfred G. Kern- Reunion of the Moody Fam
in business there a number of observance of Thanks. custom of beating Ithe ground merer and Dr. Fred Bolding ily held here Sunday at the
years before retiring. Duringhis giving all offices in the Flag. with clubs and uttering wild, of Daytona Beach. The store Bunnell Civic Center. Members
stay here he was active in ler County Courthouse will be blood-curdling yells. Anthropologists space will be 25x87 feet and of the family came from
the Bunnell Methodist Church closed Thursday and Friday, call this a form of when completed will house Jacksonville, Orlando, Daytona
circles. November 24.25, Clerk George primitive self-expression. In the Land 'n Sea Fashions. Beach, Lake City, High

Survivors include his wid Moody said today. America we call it golf. Springs, Tampa, Bunnell,
ow, Mrs. Eleanor M. Biddle, Flagler Beach, Baxley, Ga.,
Keystone Heights; a daughter, TRI.HI.Y CANDLELIGHT SERVICE and Ft. Stewart, Ga.
Mrs. Joe Pope, Atlanta, Ga; 4 A basket picnic was served
sons, Ellis Biddle of Zeffner, buffet style at 1 o'clock. M.
B. Fuller was master of ceremonies
James Biddle of Jasper, Kenneth
Biddle of Keystone and Rev. Oliver F.
Heights, and Homer Biddle of Taylor of the First Methodist
Palatka; 2 brothers, GeorgeL. Church said grace.

Biddle of Bunnell, and Dr.
Dave Biddle of Alburquerque, CHARLES HOFF DIES
New Mexico. Also 16 grand UNEXPECTEDLYON
children and 27 great grand
children survive. WEDNESDAYCharles

Funeral service was held Hoff, 52, Miami,
from the First Methodist died unexpectedly Wednes
Church of Green Cove Springsat day morning In Miami while
eleven o'clock Friday. working. Mr. Hoff, a shift la-
Interment was at the Hickory borer for Lehigh Portland Ce-

Grove Cemetery. ment Co., moved to Miami 13
months ago from Flagler
FOUR INJURED Beach. He moved to Flagler
Beach in 1956 from New
WHEN TRUCKOVERTURNS \, Windsor, Md. and was a
member of the Church of the
: .
Four young people from
is survived by his wife,
Flagler Beach were Injured
Elizabeth, Miami; 2 daughters -
Sunday morning a
Mrs. Janet Cummings,
panel truck went out of con
Beach Mrs. Joan
Flagler ;
trol and over turned on Highway
P Schatz Titusville 2 sons,
100 about 9 miles west of rt ;
Bunnell. Harold of Bunnell; Charles of

Dean Strickland 18, and A banquet preceded the Tri-Hi-Y candlelight service for installation of officers and in. Miami; one sister, Mrs. Laure
'and 2 broth.
Barbara Comes, 20, were most duction of naw members. This took place on Thursday night: October 20, in the Bunnell High Kintz, Maryland and Ed.
ers, William Leroy
seriously injured. Clyde Hall,
School Cafeteria. .
all of
win Maryland.The
31, and Gary Watson, 17, Standing, left to right: Carol Townsend reporter: Janice Seale chaplain Becky Robertson, body was forwarded to

of Flagler Beach were also in. secretary: Johnnie Ruth Miller vice-presidant: and Anne Hugas, treasurer. Seated are: Walton New Windsor, Md., Hartzler
jured. All four youths are re
Tri hIi Y president Helene Bryan. Stand. Funeral Home In charge of
ceiving medical treatment at Cowart. Tri-Hi-Y Sweetheart: Susan McMillan past ,
the Bunnell General Hospital. ing are: Mrs. Mary Gurnee. Tri-HI-Y sponsor, and Anne Bourne, 1966-67 president. arrangements.




QJIjr 3Hlaglfr Srlbunr DINNER DANCEThe R1A P

Pulaski Club of Daytona RESULTSzzzzzzzz .

DU'NELLo FLORIDA Beach is sponsoring a din.

ner and dance on Sunday,
LEN WILSON, Publisher ...C't" I1)
November 20. The affair will .

be at the Clubhouse at 326
Designated. newspaper for allLegal South Street at the corner of : : : : : ; : :
Seagrave.This OFFICE AND CANDIDATE t t 1 ':; 1:; t t u:; 'tjiiiiiiii ,a TheFlagler

is a benefit and tick-
second class matter
ets may be obtained at the
February 6. 1913. at the post-
office at Bunnell. Florida under Dixiana Motel in Bunnell. ,:.Si: ,:a. ,:a. ,:a. ,:a. Ps ,:a. ... Tribune

Act of March 3. 1S76. County Clerk of Court I I I I I I I I

L. E. WADSWORTH George M. Moody...................... 2341244// 431 1 581 401 1 881 861 641 857

One Year ......................$::.:10 Sheriff I I 1 1 I I Prompt Service

!9lx! Month ..........._.......$1.25 AGAIN PRES. STATE P. A. Edmonson......................... 451 571 38 681 1 848
861/ 841
FORESTRY ASSN.L. Judge Small Claims Court 22912411 1 I I I I Phone 437.3282

E. Wadsworth, Bunnell, Tom Lenssen .............................. 18911991 38// 471 '34 611 611 581 687

was re-elected president of County Comm1uloner Dllt. 2 I 1 I I 1

the Florida Forestry Assn. in George Wickline ........................ 20212331 401 541 33 741 791 571 772
Too Late St. Petersburg last Wednes County Comm1uloner Dllt. 4 1 1 I I 1 1 I IV TUB JUDICIAL CIIICIIIT COURT ClUGUnV SEVENTH IN-

day at the annual meeting. Alfred Tucker .............................. ) 411 531 32 801 76// 611 742 ANi) FOR FLAC-LEIl COUNTY.
Wadsworth, president of the Board Public: IOIt. Dist. No. 1 195198 I I I I 1 I'J. .FLORIDA, IV CHANCEUY NO.

To Classify Bunnell Timber Co. and Wads- D. "Dave" Perryman............ 19511981 42481/ 321 821) 74551/ 726 EDITH COLEMAN BISHOP fve

worth Lumber Co., Is a registered Board Public: lost. Dist No. 3 ) 1 I 371 I I. I) .

117 Russell Kay Forester of Florida. Howell V. Peavy................._... 20812381 431 541) 911) 911 571 819 JOSEPH BISHOP
Board Public: lost. Dist. No. 5 I I I 1 I I I Defendant.
Since the advent of the Myrtle Rice ................................ 1901207 1 411 461 34731) 771 481 716 THE STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA. TO:
transistor which eliminatesthe Just what is wrong with you, Justice of the Peace I I I 1 / I 1 1 Joseph Bishop
will miniature 1 561 831 581 Residence Unknown
cumbersome vacuum tube, radio you swallow a Levi Brannam ............................ 21512111 421) 351 761) 776 You are hereby notified that a
transmitter about the
all manner of electrical devices suit for divorce has been filed
'size of a coat button, which Totals after the absentee total of 893; Lenssen 728; against you In the above entitled

have been reduced in for the want of a better name votes were canvassed showed Wickline 812; Tucker 783, Per- cause and you are hereby requiredto

size to a point where recorders scientists call a "radio pill." Moody had a total of 899 ryman 767; Peavy 856; Rice whose namenand inaddresstappear

effectively and transmitters hidden In cigarette can be Recently a gathering of 191 votes, leading in the local 756; Brannam 812. any hereon to, your the Bill written of Complaint defense In if

distinguished physicians, en. courthouse office holders. EdAll thirteen amendments said suit, on or before the 26th
lighters, wall sockets, tie gineers and biologists heard monson was second with a carried in the county vote. day of November.confesso will 1966,be else enteredaWITTNESS decree -
clasps, door knobs and count pro
the University of California
less other places that make my hand and seal of
researcher Dr. R. Stuart Mac-
detection most difficult. said Court this 24th day
kay explain the new tech 1966.Official .

Bugging of offices, homes, nique. want to thank each of you Notice NOTICE Is hereby FOIl IIIDS given that ( Seal) EORGE M. MOODY

cars and other locations has Sponsored by the Smithsonian for the wonderful vote you the Board of County Commissioners Clerk of Said Court
of Flagler County Flor- Patrick
By /sJoyce
become so easy that a numberof Institute, researchershave gave me in the General Elec ida, will receive sealed bids until Deputy Clerk
organizations have sprungup successfully devised a 9:00: AM., ct't'h'e'5. 1966, \V. L. Wadsworth
tiny transmitter that containsa tion. Your confidence is great In the office of .r of P. O. Box 896
who make a business of Circuit Court In the Flagler Florida
checking and detecting such complete frequency modu. ly appreciated and I shall County Courthouse Bunnell, Attorney Bunnell. for Plaintiff.Oct .

devices and are steadily employed lated (FM) radio set that is strive at all times to merit Florida One new, for diesel the following powered: tan- 27 & Nov. 3.10-17-Hc._

by business and indus so small it can easily be your wonderful supportGEORGE dem drive Motor Grader to meetor
trial organizations seeking to swallowed, capable of monitoring exceed the following specifications IV TUB CIRCUIT COUnT, SEVENTH -
protect trade secrets, sales body processes. The engine! shall be diesel AND FOIl KLAfiLEH COUNTY,
Bio-medical will Clerk of the Circuit Court not less than 525 cubic Inches KLOUIUA IV CHANCERY NO.
plans and the like. displacement 4 cycle 6 cylinderwith 53119JAMES
enable researchers to study 24 volt direct electric LUTHER McCALL.
With a cleverly installed the inner workings of men RIGHT PLACE RIGHT TIMEIf starting and have a dry type Plaintiff,
air cleaner and full !flow fuel
bug in a your home or officea and animals. The device oil filters The clutch shall be ELIZABETH ROBINSON McCALL.
person in the next room or neither Interferes with nat Columbus had been born oil type and with double discs Defendant.

a block or so away can listento ural behavior nor causes any earlier, he probably could not stant The transmission mesh type pressure shall be lubricated con-- THE STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA APPEAR, TO:

your conversation. It seems discomfort to the patient. It have made his 1492 voyageto with replaceable filters ELIZABETH ROBINSON McCALLco
The moldboard shall be 12 ft.
that we are all living in a measures drug activity, heart America.. Boats were small; x 24" x 3/4" and be hydraulic 1615 Henry Llewelyn Guest Avenue

goldfish bowl today and privacy and brain functions, body sldeshlft type The tires shallbe Baltimore, Maryland 21213
seaman could not sail into 24:
14 Oft x 8 1'R. front and notified that
is of the You are hereby a
a thing past. temperatures, stomach acid rear. The cab shall be fully enclosed -
the wind and so stayed closeto suit for divorce has been died
New medical scientists have internal .
ity, pressure and against you In the above entitled
devised radio transmittersthat bleeding.The land. The compass was not machine The working. equipped weight as of above the cause and you are hereby requiredto

are capable of diagnosinga new radio pill providesthe available, and the stars had shall be not less than 24,800 whose serve name upon and Plaintiffs address Attorney appear,

patient's condition from doctor with/ authentic information not been charted accurately pounds.Bids should be made on one hereon your written defense If
within the human body. that or both of the following basis: any, to the Bill of Complaint in
enables him to It was not until the mid-15th said suit on or before the 3rd day
Before long you will be make a compete diagnosis ina century that ocean navigationwas less 1. allowance Quoted price for of new Caterpillar grader of December, 1966, else decree pro

physically examined by a matter of minutes and established as a science. 212 Grader on cash basis confesso will be entered against
2. Net cash price with 212 you
tiny transmitter that will pro makes unnecessary the old Grader allowance, plus guaranteed WITNESS my hand and seal of

vide your doctor with Just routine of numerous tests that NOTK: OK ADOPTION OK cost of repairs for 5 said, Court A. D. 1966 this 1st day of November -

about all he wants to know in many cases were not accurate In'O""TJO'ATI IU: OI'N.I\U KIUIIT U!* AND OK rIIr'gu or ra ZZd operating valve at e durt (Seal) GEORGE M MOODY.

about your heart, liver, kid. or fully dependable. KLAC.I.KH (.'OI'NT'ANU Ptll- 5 years or 5000 hours Clerk of said Court
MC IN Trice to be F. o. II Bunnell by (S) Joyce Patrick
blood brain If
neys, pressure, your physician doesn't"bug" Florida stating approximatedate Deputy Clerk

body temperatures, acidity you today, chances are and to the perpetual easementfor of delivery lllua to be W. L. Wadsworth
1' O. Box 896
and other data he requiresfor he will be doing so before public road or highway i purposes plainly marked Bid on Motor Bunnell. Florida
covering a strip of land Grader on outside of envelope
a dependable diagnosis.In very long. 50' wide. being 25' on each side The Hoard reserves the right to Attorney for Plaintiff
short, instead of consult- of the center line thereof, run- reject any and all bids Nov. 3-10-17-24-4tc_
VOTH: Ol' !HAI.I3 ning In a northerly and southerly Dated at Bunnell Florida this
ing your doctor and submit TO ALL PERSONS WHOMSO direction through across and 8th day of November llfie .
ting to numerous laboratorytests EVER: over measured -
You are hereby notified that at right angles to the Chairman Hoard of (County COUNTY, FLORIDA
in effort to find out IV: tHA>CFRY NO. S.1M
an I have levied upon the Interestof south line thereof of that part Commissioners
Warnel and Evelt'nV 11\\lame, of Section 40 Township 10 Southof ATTEST: GEORGE M MOODY BERTHA MAE HAWKINS,
NORTH ORMONI1 DRAINAGE In and to hereinafter Range 31 East lying east Clerk. Plaintiff
DISTRICT e rltt'ed and a sale will of the R/W of Ocean Shore Nov. 17-24-2tc vs
NOTICE OF LAND OWNER hi held At the front door of the Boulevard now designated State Carl Wentworth Hawkins Jr.,
MEETING Hagler County Court House In Road AlA, containing 3.25 acres Defendant
Notice Is hereby given that Bunnell .Florida commencing more or less, Hagier County, NOTICE OK INTENTION NOTICE TO DEFEND
a meeting of the Owners of Land between the hours of 11 o'clock Florida. Ill-GIHTMl KHTITIOIMK THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
Siturated In the North Ormond In the, forenoon and 2 o'clock NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN In compliance with House Bill Carl Wentworth Hawkins Jr.
Drainage District In Volusla and In the Afternoon of the 9th day that after the public hearing, No. 1175, Chapter 20J53. Laws of HMK-BRJ Marine Division 340
Flagler Counties Is hereby called of December, A. D. 1966, of prop- the Board of County Commissioners Florida Acts of 1941, aa amended San Francisco California
to be held at the office of the erty levied upon by me and of Flagler County Florida the undersigned l will register AI'O 96312
District at 420 Seabreeze Boulevard hereinafter described. under did I on the 7th day of November with the Clerk of the Cir- You are hereby notified that a
Daytona Beach Florida, Writ of Execution in my hands A D 19bS, duly adopta cuit Court In and for riagler suit has been filed against you In
same being In the County of Vo- Issued pursuant to that certain resolution vacating abandon- County Florida, upon receipt of the above entitled cause; and you
lusla, on Tuesday December 6, Judgment entered In the Small ing discontinuing renouncingand proof of publication of this no- are hereby required answer
1966 at 2 o'clock P. M. for the Claims Court Flagler County, disclaiming the rights of tice the following fictitious with the ktoorlhr.o'g0 t.
purpose of electing Supervisors .Florida on the 7th day of November Flagler County, Florida and the name>: and to serve a copy thereof upon
and for any other business that A. D 1966. and recorded public In and to that certain THE ORANGE SHOP locatedon the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
may come before the meeting. In Official Records Book 20. strip of land described as fol- 1-95 Flagler County. Flor- whose name and address Is:
At such election each and page 179. Public Records of lows: ida under which we will engage Weinstein Weinberg & Weinstein
every acre of land In the District flagler County Florida The South 200 feet, when In the business of CITRUS 25 Orange Street
shall represent one share The property to be sold Is the measured at right angles SALES OUTLET AND GIFT 1st Augustine, Florida
and each owner shall be entitledto property situate In Flagler to the south line thereof, SHOP and that the undersignedare not later than December 3rd A. D.
one vote In person or by County Florida to-wlt: of that part of Section 40. the only persons Interested 1966
proxy In writing duly signedfor Boat No. FL 0281 U Water. Township 10 South of Range In said business If you fall to do so. decree pro
each acre of land owned by Bug 14' Plywood. 25 HP F ven. 31 East, lying east of theright Dated at Bunnell, Florida this confeaso will be entered against
him In such District Guardiansmay rude Outboard 1958 No. 25920- of way of the Ocean 25th day of October A D 1'166. you for the relief demanded In the
represent their Wards. Ex- 13221 Motor with electric starter Shore Boulevard now des John N. Lemasters ill of complaint. The nature of
ecutors and Administrators may all controls &: gas tank one ignated as State Road AlA Charles \V. Perry said suit being for .
represent the Estate of deceased two wheel trailer. containing 3.25 acres more Nov. 10-17-24 & Dec. 1-4tp WITNESS my hand and seal of
persons and Private Coporatlons On the Interest of Warnel & or lessSubject said Court this 1st day of November -
may be represented by their officers Evenlen Williams In and to said A. D. 1966OEORGE.
or duly authorized agents. property wl1be offered for to that certain per- i\ THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH M. MOODY
It Is ordered that this Noticebe sale and sold road or highway I purposes at IJICIAI. CIRCUIT iv Clerk of said Circuit Court
published once a week for The sale or sales will be at petual easement for public AND FOR KLAGI.KH COUNTY, By (S)
two consectlve weeks In the Subtle outcry to the highest and road or highway purposes FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY NO. JoyceClerk
Daytona Beach Observer, a newspaper bidder for cash and will granted and con- MO Official Seal)
sand Flagler continue from day to day until veyed by Earl Moody, join SHIRLEY MAY PROFFITT Nov. 3-10-17.24-Uc
ty Florida, The said property is sold or said ed by his wife, Annie Mabel Plaintiff
Tribune, a newspaper publishedIn Writ of Execution and Judgment Moody to Flag ler County, apolitical .
Flagler County. Florida Date are satisfied subdivision of the J. C. I'ROFFITTs IN '"H COUNTY JtDGE'S COURT
of first publication November 17, DATED this 14th day of No. State of Florida by easement Defendant. 1V: ANn FOR FtAGLKU COUNTY -
1966. vember A. D. 1966. deed dated October NOTICE TO APPKAH STATE Of FLORIDA. IN
BOARD OF SUPERVISORSV. Signed: P. A. EDMONSON 8, 1951 covering a strip of THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: OnATK. Case No. 63S.
Guy Day, Secretary Sheriff of tlagler County land 60 feet rdebe g 25 J. C. PROFFITT. IN RE: Estate of
Nov. 17-24-2tc Nov. 17, 24, Dec. 1.8, 4tc feet on each of the Residence Unknown WILLIAM H ATKINSON JR.,
center line thereof running You are hereby notified thata Deceased
In a northerly and south suit for divorce has been filed NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
erly direction through a- against you In the above entitled FOR FINAL DISCHARGE! OF
cross and over the above cause and you are hereby )
24 HourWrecker described land said centerline required to serve upon Plain- Notice Is hereby givensthat we
1 being 475 feet east of tiffs Attorney whose name and have filed'
our final
returns as
Service and parallel with I the center address appear hereon your .Admlnlltrator.
of the Estate of
line of said State Road written defense If
any. to the WILLIAM H
ATKINSON JR. Deceased -
AlA as recently surveyedand Bill of Complaint In said suit : that
platted by the State on or before the 10th day of for we have filed our petition -

Flagler Truck & Tractor Co. DONE Road Department AND ORDERED. In confesso December will else entered decree against pro- 1966 discharge, M distribution and that and on Nov.for final 28.
open session of the Board of you. J' p.m. we will apply; to
& Honorable I{. McKnlght.FoHdy .
County Commissioners of Flag.ler WITNESS my hand and seal : 01'F1
County Florida,.lf:8.the 7th of said Court this 4th day of Judge **le r County
MASSEY.FERGUSON day of November, November A D 196C. > for approval of said final
BOARD OF COUNTY and for an order of distribution -
Grove Farm Industrial Equipment and for
FLAGLER Clerk of said Court final discharge
COUNTY FLORIDABY By Joyce Patrick of VlnlllJrator ATTKINSON Estate
VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 ALFRED R. TUCKER Chairman Deputy Clerk Deceased.IAJ.I H. JR-
W. L. Wadsworth
Owner Bunnell Florida (SEAL) P. O. Box 8>8 Dated: Oct. 27th. tU'
ATTEST: Bunnell. Florida /Jfaudrey B. Atkinson
GEORGE M. MOODY, Clerk Attorney for Plaintiff /1/ Glenda, Atkinson Pelllcer
Nov. 17-Itc Nov lO-lf-24 & Dec. 1-4to Oct 27 A Nor.A<*m J-10-17>lstrators 4tc.



For the HunterFlorida Commander Floyd Hurl,

American Legion Post 115 an C II 0 C E Lean Western BOSTON BUTT
had 71 hunting casualties nounces the post will conducta
twelve of which were Turkey Shoot Saturday?November icwINC.,
fatal during the last season. 19th. The shoot will Pork Roast
The Game and Fresh Water be the first of a series planned
Fish Commission called on all by the Post and will be.
Florida hunters to help re- gin at noon at the Bimini Baron L
duce this figure during the Highway 100.
1966.67 season. lb. 53

W. B. Copeland, Commission Some Insects
Chairman, said, "Care
lessness and the lack of training
In firearms safety is a "Resist" ManyInsecticides Wilson's Certified ((10-14 lb. Avg.)

every major year.cause It Is of the accidents responsibility

of the hunter to know Hen TURKEYS Ib. 45'Ib.
what they are shooting, and
they would do well to assume .If you're wondering why
that other hunters are In the some houseflies and cock
area." roaches don't react to that Fresh Florida Grade "A" (4 to 7 lb. Avg.) .
He added, "We would encourage bug spray the way they used
all parents to require to, It may be that these pests
their children to have proper have developed a "resistance"to Baking Hens 39
training before" giving them certain pesticides. .
access to guns. University of Florira Entomology
All hunters should remember Department Chair.
to follow the ten commandments man Dr. W. G. Eden said today Lyke's "SUGAR CREEK" SMOKED 6-8 lb. Avg. SLICED FREE
+ of firearm safety. "resistance explains why
1. Treat every gun with some Insects no longer suc <
the respect due a loaded gun. cumb to certain Insecticides.A PICNICS lb. 39
2. Watch the muzzle! Carry tremendous change took
your gun safely and keep place in the twenty- year per.
safety on. lod following the Introductionof
3. Unload when not
guns DDT and other synthetic
in use. insecticides at the end of WWII. U. S. D. A. Choice "STANDING" Lean Western
4. Be sure that the barrelIs
clear of obstructions. It emphasizes the amazing RIB ROAST PORK LOIN ROASTlb.
adaptability of Insects to unfavorable
5. Be sure of the target before
conditions and givesus
pulling the trigger. ample warning of their lb. .
6. Never point a gun 'at ability to withstand man'sefforts 83e 6ge
do not want to
anything you "
to control them, Eden
7. Never climb a tree or
fence or jump a ditch with a The entomologist pointedout Lyke's "SUGAR CREEK" SMOKED ((14-16 lb. Avg.) HALF OR WHOLE

loaded gun; never pull a gun however, that sanitation
toward you by the muzzle. coupled with the newer in
8. Never shoot at a flat, secticides can control insect
hard surface or water. pests. HAM lbm 63
9. Store guns and ammunition
separately. 'Careful food handling,
10. Avoid alcoholic bever prompt garbade disposal, re
of crevices leading into
ages before or during shoot- pair
Ing. the home, and inspection of
block hitchhiking bugs are I

HOST TO CALLAHANIN not thrive in a clean home."

Resistance starts with in Cranberry 16 oz. EVERCANE
will be the last game of dividual Insects that Inherited SAUCE Z Cans 4ge
the season for the Bunnell physiological factors not
Bulldogs when they meet possessed by the majority of Pillsbury 19 oz. Pkg. SUGAR
Callahan at Bulldog Stadium their species, and these factors For
Friday at 8 p. m. Callahan is enable resistant individ CAKE MIXES 3 $100 lb.
leading the conference withan uals ito survive doses that kill 5 Bag 39 e
undefeated record. If they their non-resistant cousins. Blue Plate Quart Jar
win Friday night's game Cal The survivors pass their re Ea. 1 with $5.00 or more food order
lahan will be the conference sistance on to their offspring, MAYONNAISE 4geLimit
champs. If the Bulldogs win while the nonresistant mem
Friday's game Callahan will bers die off.
tie with Father Lopez for the Del Monte WHOLE KERNEL or
title. "For example, the common CREAM Ci 303 Stf00STYLE Joe Grain's Grade "A"
Bunnell has a 35.1 record housefly and the German CORN 9 Cans JL
cockroach have both develop. LARGE
for the season so far.
ed a resistance to some of Stokely's No. 303 Can
the newer organic phosphor. For EGGS
r ous insecticides and carba- CUT BEANS 5 $100
mates," Eden said. GREEN
AlexanderLumber Dozen
Resistance is being dealt 2 99
with by developing new Insecticides MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
CompanyFLAGLER faster than Insectscan
develop a resistance to
BRANCH them. But Eden said the problem Frozen Foods
is being approached from
other angles too. Morton's 20 oz. Size

SPECIALQuantity One study on the Universityof 1 &: ; 47* PUMPKIN PIES -.| For $1 00

Florida campus is aimedat
developing chemicals to Limit. 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Discount Paint sterilize insect populations Honey Suckle 21/! lb. Pkg.

rendering them Incapable of BONELESS ROAST Ea. $325
SALESaving. reproduction. The use of attractants FRESH PRODUCE TURKEYGa.
to concentrate in.
sects in a small area is another RedSWEET
up to 20% on possibility. And encourage ""
Exterior-Interior ment of natural predators POTATOES 100 CRISCO
(known as biological control)
Ma.onry-Wood Paint is currently receiving much Large PascalCELERY

Let us assist with our attention. 2 Stalks 29c lb.
you Insect
"Even though new 3 Tin 69CARROTS
remodeling or home control techniques are likelyto 1 lb. Cello Bag
improvement service. be developed, it Is unlikely For
they will replace modern pes ZSe Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
TO SAVE MONEY- ticides even though some Insects
TRADE WITH JOHNNY have seemingly gainedthe
upper hand," Eden con

. .,


H. CRAIG. Funeral Director



8:00 a-m.-1:00 p.m.
Phone ID 7-3532
Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Nov. 17 thru Nov. 23, 1966



CITIZENS MEETINGRev. Students of Mrs. Walter

I MORTGAGEFlorida R. W. Dickert, pastorof Morris's and Mrs. II. H. Mur
1/aqir Beach Community Memorial ray's fifth grades will present

veterans who have Church, Flagler Beach, was two one act plays at the Par.
received GI loans for the purchase guest speaker at the Flagler ent Teacher's Assn. meeting
of homes were reminded Senior Citizens Club meeting Monday night, November 21.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH MEN INVITED TO WOMEN'S today that they remain Tuesday evening, Nov. 15, In The meeting will be conduct.
personally liable on ,their the Municipal building, ed in the Bunnell High School
Rev. Max Hall's sermon top. CLUB CHRISTMAS BAZAAR note and mortgage when they Flagler Beach. auditorium at 8 p. m.

ic for the morning service will The Flagler Woman's Club sell their homes If the new Rev. Dickert showed color PTA membership now to

be "The Tower of Confus extends invitation to men buyer merely continues the ed slides of pictures made tals 156, according to Mrs.
ion" and for the evening an payments on the GI loan, but when he and his wife were Betty Steflik, membership
service: "What We Owe". to the Christmas Bazaar to be defaults later. on a 6 week trip abroad earl chairman. Mrs. Steflik extends

Sunday School 9:45.: held at the Club house on ier "this year. There were 58 an invitation to all par.
Mr. C. W. Henry, Managerof
Morning Worship 11:00.: Wednesday, Nov. 30 begin. the Veterans Administration members and guests presentto ents who are not membersof
Evening Worship 7:30. nine at 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. St. Petersburg Regional visit scenes in Italy Egypt, the PTA o join the organization .
For their benefit there will Greece, Switzerland and Eng at Monday's meeting.
meet Office, advised veterans that
Wednesday Prayer be a table of "For men only" land, which were among the Following the program re
liability continues until the
ing: 7:30.SCOUTS items and a game of skill. countries visited. The Dick freshments will be served.
loan is paid in full or until
erts said they were particularly \
CONDUCT For the children Santa veterans are personally released by the beauty
COURT OF HONOR Claus will be on hand with a by the VA on the ob everywhere in the city of DO YOU SHAREA
treat between the hours of ligation.
Jim Patton District Scout 2:30: and 5:30: p.m. For the Rome.It Blood Bank is your store.
Executive, was guest speakerat ladies there will be tables of "The VA has guaranteedand was announced that Dave house for blood. Its first function
the Court of Honor of Troop useful articles gift items approved many homes In Ferryman Bunnell]], an execu is to save or prolong
495 at Flagler Beach last sweets and knick knacks ga the "area under our jurisdiction tive of Bunnell]] Timber Com lives by transfusions. When
Thursday. Scouts receiving lore. A complete lunch or justa Mr. Henry said. "We pany would speak at the did you contribute last?
First Class Badges were Jail snack will be available un have experienced cases where Club's next meeting, Dec. 6.
Heln, James Moore, David der the supervision of Mrs. veterans have sold their properties Perryman will tell of his impressions
Miller and Wayne Hutcheson. Frank Brede during the day. and were led to believe of the USSR whichhe CARD OF THANKSWe
Merit badges were presentedto Don's forget the date-Wed. they had no further responsibility gained during his visit be. are sincerely grateful to
Wayne Hutcheson, swim. nesday Nov. 30. More details for the mortgagedebt. hind the Iron Curtain with a friends and neighbors for
ming; Michael Sindelar, cook. next week. group of forestry officials.A their many kind acts of sym
Ing; Scott Wilder, dog care, He warned veterans who pathy during our recent be.
athletics, soil and water con may be behind in their pay. COKE FOR A COCONUT reavement. Our appreciationcannot
servation and forestry.It FEES PTA SPAGHETTI ments due on GI loans to be Monkeys are employed on be adequately express.

was reported that the DINNER SATURDAY NIGHT very careful before agreeingto the Malay Peninsula Ho gather ed.
troop will be representel at offers by strangers to make coconuts. They are paid In The Family of
the District Fall Camporee on The Flagler Beach Elementary up their back payments if the soda Clyde Buckles
November 18 thru November20th school Parent-Teach veterans will sign contracts.Mr. pop.
at Camp Lanochee. er Assn. spaghetti dinner will .
Mrs. Ann Raymond assistedby be served Saturday evening Henry said that if sucha
troop members served re Nov. 19, from 5 to 7 p.m. in proposition is made veter
freshments to those atttend- the school cafeteria. This ans should ask the holder of BROWN & BROWN INC

Ing. event will culminate our fund their mortgage or the loan
raising project for the year Guaranty Division of the VA
WOMEN'S SOCIETY which so far has been most Regional Office for advice on I INSURANCEOUR
MEETS THURSDAYThe successful. the validity of the offer. If
the VA clears the purchaser
Women's Society of Remember, you may bring ,the veteran can be given a
Christian Service of the Flag. containers and take food written release from Liabil PHONE NUMBER IS
ler Beach Church will meet at home if you prefer. A turkey ity.

7:30: p. m., Thursday, Novem will be given away duringthe 437-3394
ber 17 in the Fellowship Hall. dinner hour Saturday Subscribe to The Tribune
An interesting program has night-so, you all come! $2.50 per Year in Advance
been planned and membersof

the Methodist Men's Club !Il'-:* 'r"'w'" ;:: :: "_."' .:...':"":::\.<..,.;<".,..:..S">."-_<="" .v.,..""' >'<.,.,...,.,.___.,,.,.,."""...y..,..''''''''.''",.= NNNN ..
will be special guests.

Mrs. Frank Hormes and Members of the Flagler I ;
Mrs. Rodger Hoose will be Beach Methodist Youth Fel
hostesses. lowship will meet at the
home of Andy and Dan Wat
COMMUNITY MEMORIAL erman at 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov.
CHURCH NEWSA 20. A Vesper Service will be
conducted following a weiner pp < ,4: '. C} ar 7Pa 4e ".'4 2oAb ...., a% tr'+paM
special "Thanksgivingsermon roast planned for the young
will be brought by people of the church.
Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor of
the Community Memorial
Church next Sunday at the 11 FLAGLER BEACHMETHODIST
o'clock service. Sunday school CHURCH
session begins at 9:45: a.m. z .
with classes for 'all ages. The Women's Society of _r1
The Ladies Guild will meet Christian Service will hold 1t Q k

today (Thursday) at 2 p.m. their regular monthly service
in Fellowship Hall with Mrs. tonight so that some of our
Harry Whetstone as hostess. members who work days can

attend. At this meeting we : jI .... .. *
are inviting the men of the .
Mrs. V. W. Haines accom ;; .
panied by Mrs. Beverly Hawkins church to be our guests. ttr.d

and son, Timmy and
Last week the Methodist
Janet Sue Haines were in Ft.
Church and the Evangelistic-
Pierce Saturday. They visited United Brethren denomina
with Mrs. Haines' sister and
tions held National Confer.
brother in law Mr. and Mrs.O. .
ences in Chicago to determ
C. Minton.
ine whether or not to unite.
They both voted for union,
Mrs. Anna Heln and Miss and will be called the United
Adalaide Hein arrived recently Methodist Church of nearly
from Benson, Minn., to 12 million members. All of
spent the winter here. Theyare these churches came out of
the mother and sister of similar backgrounds, and
Theo Hein. their laws, constitutions and

ways are similar.
}}, }c +t.aa
Otis Magee returned to his :- :,
Sunday is Thanksgiving yka4y; x,\, :
home last week after a six
Sunday and will be observed.A OdDXVOF4VtdbhlRYou'll
week in the Hospital
stay Flagler
Thanksgiving service of
receiving treatment fora
praise and gratitude will be

heart attack. 23.held at 7:30 Wednesday Nov. just love cleaner cooler

Bookkeeping and Sunday Dec. 4, the pastoris ,
Income Tax ServiceR. hoping that all who are flameless electric cookingIT'S

T. ShockneyP. using the penny a meal

O. Box 842 banks will empty them and FASTER. SAFER. CHEAPER
Ormond Beach. Florida bring the offerings to the
church :to help make our pay.
Phone 677-4587
tastes better cooked the
ments toward a new organ. modern flameless

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X .retain more flavor and healthful vitamins. Meats
:=: HART REFRIGERATION ::: roasted to a juicy goodness. there's less shrinkage.

.:. :..: Automatic controls eliminate guess-work.
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THURS., NOV. 17. 1966

Ann Creal, local artist, exhibited
her paintings in an Quantity Rights

week.Art Show Recently in Winter Ann Park has had last ( F. Taylor. Pastor) WE GIVE M E T T S Reserved***

her work on display in show Discipline and KnowledgeA
ings at Daytona Beach and few people have a gift of TOP
Cocoa, and has several outstanding acquiring knowledge with SALE
paintings in the little effort, but most of us SUPER MARKET
Citizens Bank Building in know that we do not belongto VALUE Prices Good
Bunnell. this select group. Therefore, Thurs, Fri, Sat.
we must have a discipline in Mon. Tues- Wed.,
order to properly learn what STAMPS Nov. 17 thru 23
NAME OMITTED we need in life. Life needs to
be well ordered if to
while we are
Due to an oversight
compiling the honor roll of attain material things and ARMOUR STAR
the Bunnell High School last physical pleasures within the
week, the name of Hugh Rod- keeping of God's desires for 10-14 Ib.

gers was Whitney omitted said, SecretaryMae today. us. order The workman to do a proper is trainedin job. TURKEY S : 41
The athlete is trained in orderto Hens Ib.:
Hugh Class is a of member BHS. of the Senior accomplish things which ,

acquire agility and ability.
The Christian is trained in
JIM BROWN SPENDS order to have a proper under
LEAVE WITH PARENTS standing of the moral life so
he can live as God would Ducks, Chicken Livers Gizzards Oysters and Stuffing
James M. Brown has spenta have him to live. God expectsHis
thirty day leave here at the people to not reject
home of his parents, Mr. and knowledge, but to work at an
Mrs. Averley Brown 1101 understanding of life. Discipline Fresh Frozen BAKING
East Lamber Avenue. Jim recently is necessary in the pursuit SMOKED
graduated from the of knowledge. "Who Half
Sheppard Tee School in wiring ever loves discipline loves HENS lb. 39 HAM or Whole, 59
and communications. Following knowledge, but he who hates Lb.
his leave he will report reproof is stupid." Proverbs
Nov. 27 to the Travis Air 12:1.
Force Base in California. He
will go from there for an 18
month tour of duty in the MRS. WALKOWICZOF U. S. CHOICE STEAKS Lean Meaty I

Philllpine Islands. He will be PORK STEAKS......................Ib. .59
stationed at Clark Air Force KORONA DIESMrs. T-Bone ........................................$1.09
Ludwika Walkowicz,
Base. 80, Korona, died last Saturdayat Sirloin .......................................... .99 World' BestGROUND

MRS. KNIGHT BUILDING the Bunnell General Hos. Chuck .......................................... .59 BEEF ................2 Ibs. .99
Mrs. Walkowicz was a resident
Construction was begun of Korona for the past
this week on a brick two bed twelve years and was a memo U. S. ChoiceROAST S. Choice (Beef)
room home at 902 East Lambert ber of the Catholic Church. lb.
Avenue by Mrs. Walter ROAST 58e
Survivors include her husband
Knight. Contractor for construction
is Bob Danner. John a daughter, Miss 97'U.
Mrs. Knight recently sold Josephine Walkowicz, Arlington Rump Meaty (Boston Butt)
Va and two sons, Mitchell '
her home in Haw Creek to ; I Lb. "
of Mass., and ROAST
Gene Knight and she plansto Teddy, New Dudley York City. :: inikib 55c
reside in her new home
The body was forwarded to
after completion which is expected
Webster, Mass for funeral
to be In February.
services and interment. Craig FLO-CANE
Funeral Home of Bunnell was
in charge of arrangements.CARD 5lb

would like to thank all
WE MAKE OUR my friends for their prayers,
visits, gifts and all other ((1)) with $5.00 or more food order
deeds of kindness during my
OWN PAINT stay in the hospital. These
have meant much to me and FLORIDA GRADE "A" LARGE
helped very much in my re

1IIr t } covery. Otis Magee EGG 2 Dozen 99Limit


Xf WANT TO PLPGE (2) Doz. Please

BAKERITE 3lb.: 57


3 LATEXInteriorExterior Gallons $5 Limit ((1)) with $5.00 or more food order

Gallons CflSO FRESH PRODUCE Delmonte ((303 Can)
3 Super Latex v, Cnl.
No DripBlockStuccoBrick Fresh SWEET PEAS 4 9ge

Gallons FAST SAY. SERVICE) COCONUTS 3 For $g00 Bruce's ((2% Can)
2 Outside White Vift9
U. S. No. 1 BakingPOTATOES CUT YAMS 4 Cnl. 9ge
Come in and sea it made Bag 4ge
Everfresh ((12 ct. pkg.)
R. V. YEOMANS Fresh Crisp DINNER Pkg.
ROLLS 2 25c

FACTORY Alcoa (Aluminum)

438 Ormond So. U.Beach S. 1 Hand 9 to Ave.5:30 FROZEN FOODS FOIL I "BS" 29*

Mrs. Smith's 44 Oz.

PUMPKIN PIES Ea. 79e Monogram (L. G.)
3 lb.
RICE I 39e
WIMBERLY'S RESTAURANTU. Mrs. Smith's ((26 oz.) BagSliced

S. I-North Bunnell MINCE MEAT Ea. 49e (No. 2% Can)


STEAKS CHOPS SEA FOODS I Food King (Quarters) Kraft (Qt. Jars)

I PLATE LUNCH............._'.....$1.00 OLEO 5 Pkgs. 99C MIRACLE, WHIP J Jr. 5geLOCAL

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



FILMS READY FOR Divers heating water for
BAG, SACK POKE RETAIN IDENTITY coffee In the undersea houses
A number of regional diaThe muddy waters of the PUBLIC VIEWINGTwo ,November 17-18 used In recent experiments

lects have been Identified by Missouri River meet the clear. o.'f the coasts of Californiaand
linguists In the United States. er Mississippi north of St. films of the widely-ac Florida Chapter of the So- France found that It

What New Yorkers call a bag Louis but each river retains claimed National Drivers Test- ciety of American Forestersis would not boll, though It got
may be termed a sack In Its identity for more than 35 hot as lava. The heavy
at their pres-
Kansas and winner of the aAlfred P. setting precedent
a poke In Alabamiles sure of the
atmosphere In the
Sloan Highway Safety Award coming fall meeting on November houses kept bubbles
17 and 18.
and television's
coveted Peabody forming.

Award for public service The chapter will hold its

CLASSIFIEDADS are now available on last meeting as the Florida -

free loan from Shell Oil Com Chapter of the Southeastern O. F. ALFORD
pany. Section and will hold at the
dLi.tlas. same time, its organization Registered

Hailed by safety experts meeting for installation of the Real Estate BrokerBunnelL
and public officials, 'these Florida Section of the Society.
under this keadlac MW ceBta per word sack 1 .ertlee. dramtic films provide a critical Florida

FOR THE BEST PRICE on a RENT WITH OPTIONFive self-evaluation of driving Craig Bell, Chairman, said ...
new Oldsmobile or value rated skills in a unique exercise In the primary reason for the
used car, call Fred Fitts, bdrm. home plus 7 units mass education. The first test formation of the new sectionIs
Sunrise Oldsmobile, Daytona and store room on approx. 4 was shown on national television due to the larger member : -

Beach, 255.7475 11.10-4tp acres of land. Located in Ko- in 1965; the secondwas ship of the Florida Chapter HASTINGS MATTRESS
rona. $21,500 terms. Halifax presented in 1966. Mil compared to the other two
LOSE WEIGHT safely with Realty 252.1365, eves., 252- lions ,took both tests. chapters in the Southeastern & UPHOLSTRY WORKS
Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only 98c 4197, Daytona: 11.17.24 pd. Section. The meeting will be 710-12 Lemon St.
Completely different each held at the Colony Beach
at Moody Pharmacy. 10-20-8tp HIGH SCHOOL Palatka, Florida
DROPOUTS- test challenges the viewer's Club on Long Boat Key (Sar-
Phone EA
16 to 22 years of age to workat
HOUSE FOR SALE-2 story driving aptitude by steeringhim asota, Florida). Fumitu-x Upholstering
Washington Oaks State
series of real
through a
frame house, 200 North Rail. Repaired & Refinished
Park under NYC program. istic behind.the.wheel driving The technical session scheduled
road street. Inquire after 7 $1.25 per hr. Phone 4392461. situations. He is tested on for the afternoon of the Mattresses & Box Springs
Made to Order Also Renovated
Phone 4373580. 10-6-TF
p. m.
11-17-24-12-lc rules of the road driving 17th will be open to the pub
Call Laura Morris
lic. The theme for
judgment, and split-second general
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain Reliable Party for added Income reaction in an emergency situation the program Is "Water, Water After 6:00 P. M.

fields Installed; Rota-Roter for part or full time such as a collision.The Everywhere". Special emphasis PRICES REASONABLE.
snail shell. Reasonable prices. work We secure locations for will be placed on public BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
Call George Jarosz, 437.3410 testers. films are self-scoring. and private water control in Just as near as your
8-1-tf Male or female wanted for this Phone or Post Office
Average scores of sample relation to forest development
area to service route for Sylva-: Drop Us A Card or Call
nla & Ft. C. A. television and groups who took the tests appear and management and Free &
Pick-up Delivery
TWO FARMALL Tractors, radio tubes Bold through our on each film for easy on water polution both industrial
model A and model B, $125 latest modern method free elf-
service tube testing and merchandising comparison.The and public.
each; 2 cyl., 16 hp. Wisconsingas units. Will not Interfere -
engine starter and with your present employ- films are loaned free ..
gen - - - - - - - - -
ment. To qualify must have
erator, Marty Barbers Surplus ".600.00 to 3200.00 you cash available except for return postage to BUDDY KNOX
340 2nd Ave., Daytona Beach immediately for Inventoryand any group with a 16-mm
2537575. Nov. 10, 17, 24, P Car & spare Investment hours week-se- sound projector. Interested YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER
ly, could net up to 6000.00 per groups are Invited to send all
.HOUSE FOR SALE-with 1.5 year In your spare time should Bunnell Atlantic Service StationU.
be able to start at once. This correspondence to Shell Film
acres Improved land CB-2-BR company will extend financial Library, 450 North Meridian
bath built In kitchen. Located assistance to full time If desir
ed. Do not unless fully Street, Indianapolis, Indiana,
answer S. Highway 1 Day phone 437-3652
five miles west of Bunnelloff
qualified for time and Invest- 46204. /(f! ,
highway 100. Call DavidJ. ment. Income should start Immediately. VIZ) Night Ph. 437-3944
) Business set up for
Burnsed in Gainesville at
you. felling soliciting or experience
personal Interview In your city
FOR SALE-Engagement and please Include your phone Num- Flock of starlings In flight CARBURETORS
ber and WRITE crowds in at the sight of'a I
Wedding rings interlocking U.S. Electronics Corp. 24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service
white gold. Cost $150. Make 6267 Natural Bridge peregrine falcon. The predatorcan
offer. Box 38 Bunnell catch a flying bird only
ll-171tp Pine Lawn 20, Mo.
by swooping down at
""'...........................W ... .. .. .. ... .. . .N. .. .. ... speed, but when the enormous birds
- - - - - -- - - - - -- -
are densely flocked the falcon
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT collision.may veer off to avoid a Flagler County Insurance


SERVICE PHONE VAlley 4 1625 BIG BLAST Agency, Inc.

George Merrick, founder of
Coral Gables, boasted that he All Forms of Insurance
Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance.: We used more dynamite in blast

are always at your service with promptness, safety and ing canals through solid rock 105 North Bay Street -:- Phone 437-3171
In this city than any other
experience. ,
construction project in the
Americas the Panama
Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator>> and Inhalator Canal. except BONDS

Garcia Funeral Home

P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director



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1 Ever had BEER-DECUE? ,

ii-II And ye shall le my sons and daughters,

iiI II IJ Saith the Lord Almighty.Hosea 1:10, Isaiah 43:6We

1 are, indeed, all children of
.1 1I God. Every man, every individual
has equal opportunity to be-

1 FRPAfflY I lieve in God, to accept salvation.It .
1 is a birthright, made possibla
II through God's love for alL
1 Herein, lies the strength of
1 1 Christianity. Herein lies the
1 strength of the individual Chris
1 1 tian. If we believe in God and
1 Get the Ill understand the example of the
1 recipe I -s Ifidiockful of Ideas 1 life of Christ upon earth we accordingly
: : .0 for decorations, entertainments
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Q. I am nearing 65 years of ST. AUGUSTINE; Are A HazardOn
MEDICAREQUESTIONS age and I am working full
time and plan on continuingto The Most Reverend Arch William F. Murfln, chair
work full time. In regardto bishop Joseph P. Hurley has man of the Republican State Roads TodayColonel
andANSWERS medicare, will I be eligible directed that a Solemn High Executive Committee has
at age 65 or must I wait Mass be offered In the Cathedral called for Florida Republicans H. N. Kirkman, Di-
until I retire, or at least until In St. Augustine on Sunday registered under other party rector of the Department of
my earnings decline? November 20, 1966 at labels to re-register In their Public Safety, stated today
1:00: p. m. In commemorationof that the Florida Highway
own party.
Q I just recently had cataracts A. The amount of money Poland's conversion to Patrol is stepping up its efforts
removed from you earn does not affect your Christianity In 966 A. D. All "The people of Florida will to eliminate the hazards
my eyes eligibility for medicare. You the public, especially the Polish benefit most from a healthy caused by slow drivers who
and I wondered If the special should file a proper claim for Americans of all the par. two-party system," said Mur- dawdle along in the fast lanesof
glasses I'll need are covered medicare in one of the three ishes have been Invited to attend fin lie admitted having been multilane expressways and
by medicare? months before the month you this Mass in the Cathedral confident for a win by Claude interstate highways.
attain age 65 so that you will this coming Sunday.The Kirk, but added, "I was utter-
A. Yes, that Is, 80% of the have complete coverage from Florida law requires that
ly surprised by the size on the
reasonable charge for the Rev. Father Roman
age 65 on. anyone driving on high
glasses after have Gromala of St. Petersburg will vote.
you paid way at a speed less than the
your $50.00 deductible. Eye- Q. What can I do if I thinka be the Celebrant and will have Conservatives In the Dem- normal flow of traffic must
glasses or contact lenses for mistake has been made in the sermon. Sacred Polish ocratic Party as well as Inde- drive in the right-hand laneor
refractive error only are paid the amount of benefits paid music will be played and pendents found a common as close as possible to the
for but post.surgical eyeglasses by the hospital part of med sung. ground in Kirk's camp, Mur- right-hand edge of the road.
during convalescenceor icare? Polish Americans from all fin went on.
prosthetic lenses for apha- A. If you believe your hospital the parishes of the Dioceseare "Slow drivers must realize
kic patients are covered. insurance should have expected to attend and "To me, it was an indication that if they do not move with
participate In the religious of just how many real the flow of traffic they createa
I ceremony marking the 1000th Republicans there are In Florida driving hazard," Patrol
anniversary of Poland's conversion by the label," he said, issuing Commander H. N. Kirkman
CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONSBy to Christianity.paid a blanket Invitation for said today. "And, the slow
voters under any conservative driver leaves his own safetyIn
Jackie Deeb banner to register in the the hands of the driver ap
more of the bill, you GOP. proaching from the rear at a
Weddings Canopes and naturally have the right to higher speed. That driver
ask for an explanation. The "If there had been more must make an accurate Judge
Buffets Hors D'oeuvres address of the claims office Republicans running Tuesday ment of the speed of the slow
Cocktail Parties (Pick-up orders for will be on the benefit pay there would have been driver and decide whether to
Holiday Parties small parties) ment notice you received. If more Republican victories, slow down or pass. The slow
you are dissatisfied with the he added. driver also causes irritationIn
explanation you receive and "This points the way to an the driver moving faster
JACKIE'S the amount you are question. entirely new field of endeavorfor and may cause that driver to
Ing Is $100.00 or more, you dedicated, dynamic young make a hasty move that
500 N. NOVA RD. DAYTONA BEACH FLA. can request a formal hearingon men and women who have could lead to an accident
PHONES 255-4826 and 677.8912 the claim. Your social security been overwhelmed by a single Florida Highway Patrol
office can assist you in party system, pushed into the Troopers have made 314 ar-
requesting a hearing. background," he said. rests during the first eight
months of '66 and will continue
I their efforts to curb
drivers causing traffic hazards
and endangering their own
lives and the lives of others
by driving too slow.
Kirkman concluded by say-
ing, "Slow moving traffic In
the left lane of a four lane expressway
I is like an accident)

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Meets Wednesday SALYERDS HONOREDAT Interesting Meeting"True

Country Club members met
alt the home of Mrs. Marshall BRIDAL SHOWERBride Tales of the South at

Crews in Bimini last Wednesday elect Janet Salyerdswas V/ar" was the book reviewpresented I
evening. Mrs. C. H. by Mrs. H. H. Mur-
honored at a miscellaneous
Knight, president, presided rry at the Thursday after.
LOCALS shower at the Community
during the business session.. noon meeting of the United
Hall in St. Johns Park
Club members donated Daughters of the Confedera
$100.00 to an emergency fund Thursday evening. cy. The chapter met at the
the occasion Mrs.
were home of Mrs. F. W. Tingleyand
for a Family County family. Aileen Harding, Mrs. Esther
Zachary Holland who is a PRESENTS FLAGS Tentative plans were made and Mrs. the business meeting was
Malphurs, Mary
student at college In Tifton, for the annual New Years presided over by Mrs. H. T.
Ga., spent the weekend here Bunnell High School was Eve Party for members and Harding. They were assistedby Cook, president.
Pat Harding and Pat Pea-
the recent of three
recipient their husbands.Mrs. .
with his parents. American Flags donated by Sammy Bertha won vy in caring for the twenty Parade committee members,

the Court 796 of the Woodmenof the door prize.It Invited guests. Mrs. Gene Knight and Mrs.
Bobby Robinson has re Ithe World of Palatka. The was reported the Decem Games were played and Tommy Durrance gave a re

turned home after at the undergoingknee Halifax presentation was made to Mr. ber meeting will be at the prizes were awarded to sever port on the float entry in theVeteran's

surgery in Beach. Ken Herring, principal by Mrs. home of Mrs. Edward Haw al guests. Day parade.

He hospital was injured Daytona In a recent Victor Buckles, member of the kins on Deen Road and there Plans were completed for
football court. will be a gift exchange.Mrs. PAT NIESEN ACTIVEIN the annual Christmas party
game. Crews served tempting for members and their hus
Mrs. Walter Wilkins, chair- refreshments to Mrs. Knight, HEALTH PROGRAMMiss bands in December .at the
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Spur. man of the Band Parents Mrs. Danny Johnston, Mrs. J. home of Mr. and Mrs. Tal-
Pat Niesen, Pinellas
lin, Miss Hazel DeWeese, and Assn. benefit dinner last Fri L. Crews, and Mrs. Bertha. Health Department Nurse of madge Skinner In Saint Aug
Miss Lillian Morgan of Atlanta
( netted $300. ustine.
day, reports they
St. Petersburg, organized the
+ Ga., are spending several
Mrs. Wilkins would like to
Each member displayed a
at the Lake Diston Members of the Idlewood annual health program day
days all for their
Lodge. Mr. and Mrs. Spurlinare persons Club, their husbands and invited at one of the schools there. family momento of the Civil
and assistance in
of the lodge. cooperation guests will meet at 6:30p. : Under the direction of Pat the War period and described
owners the dinner
making a success. m. Saturday at Barnes Res Ladies Auxiliary of the Lions their respective item.

taurant in Moultrie for an Club were assisted by teach. Mrs. Tingley served fruitcake
Mr. and Mrs. Bo Manuel Mr. 'and Mrs. Jim Tracy and
Oyster Roast. Those planningto ers and parents for the day. and coffee to: Mrs. Mur
and sons Mike and Stephenof daughter of Jacksonville were. attend are asked to contact The program formerly was divided ray, Mrs. Z. D. Holland, Mrs.
Dunn l1on the week. and Mrs. Herbert
were of Mr.
guests Mrs. W. W. Deen. into three days witha Cook, Mrs. Walter Cody, Mrs.
end houseguests of Mrs. Gin Allen and family duringthe vision Itest for one day. This Walter Knight, Mrs. Durrance,
nie Newell of Flagler Beach. .
weekend.Mrs. Claude Barrow has returned'from way the program only Interrupted Mrs. Gene Knight, Mrs. Z. G.
the J. Hillis Miller Medical one school day and all Holland, Mrs. R. W. Deen, Jr.,
Attending the Putnam G. J. Hosford spent Center in Gainesville phases of the health program Mrs. J. O. Craig, Mrs. C. H.
County Fair in Palatka last the weekend in Orlando visiting where he received treatment. was completed. Cowart, and Ladye Allen.
week were Lois Higginbotham with her son and daughter .
and daughters, Susan, in law, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Jeanne and Christine, Naomi Hosford and family.

Pellicer and daughter, Teresa,
Eileen Minchew, Wilda John Dale and Rosemary Brown
son and son Michael, Ferris spent Saturday in Gainesville Its look is
new justone
and Geneva Solomon and visiting with their son
children Davey .and Ginny, David and attending the football
Jay Rodgers and Karen Clegg. game. They were accompanied

Remly and Janice Murray Cook Robert who and by visited John Leslie and there Cook Janet with and nice thing about the

will attend funeral servicesfor
her uncle, Mr. Luther son Stephen.

Wicker, in Montezuma, Ga. '
Owen Shelton (former Bun 67 Chevy pickup
on Friday. Mr. Wicker passed nell businessman) now of
Monday in Houston,
Ocala, received "The Store of
the Year" award for Shelton's
Food Center he owns in
Bea Walters is a medical Ocala. Mr. Shelton was also
patient at Bunnell General elected to the board of directors

Hospital. Her many friends of the Retail Grovers ocmaorao u ar W oiir .
wish her a speedy recovery. Assn. recently at their meet

ing in Miami.
Fourteen persons attendedthe
monthly luncheon meet. Mrs. John Clegg and Mrs.
ing of the Honor Society of Charles Anders were in Tam
Women Legionnaires 20 and pa two days this week. Mrs.
4 Saturday at the Bunnell Clegg was on a buying trip
Civic Center. Mrs. Cora Buckles for the Land 'n Sea Fashions.Mr. .
was hostess for the affair.

and Mrs. F. J. Cham

Mrs. George Clegg was bers had as their houseguests
honored with a surprise during \the past weekend, '
housewarming at her new their son and daughter in USA I

home in Haw Creek Wednes law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
day. Mrs. Lloyd Robertsonand Chambers Jr., and son Pat of

Mrs. Cordell Robertsonwere Jacksonville.Mrs. .
hostess for the affair. '67 Fleetside( Pickup

Games were played by the George Giebert and
guests, prizes were awardedto Mrs. Daphne Deen of Jack
Mrs. W. W. Deen and Mrs. sonville visited here duringthe
H. C. Cobb. past weekend with Mrs. THERE ARE LOTS OF OTHERS.For .
Maude Holland and family.
The hostesses served tempting

refreshments to 20 invited instance New sheet metal
new durability
Mrs. Leona Knight had as : con-
her house guests last week. struction discourages rust. Eliminates exposed jointson
end here sister and brotherin
Antonio Leon of St. law, Mr. and Mrs. Horace cargo box and tailgate. Provides self-washing

Stephens Catholic Church of Locke of Tampa. They were with shields. Inner
wheelhousings special splash cab
Bunnell spent last week In St. Joined here by David Locke
Augustine attending a retreat and Jim fidel of Fort Stew. is specially treated against rust.

for Catholic clergy.Mr. art, Ga. They also attendedthe

Moody Family reunion on Also added comfort and convenience Im-
and Mrs. L. L. Harris Sunday.Mr. :

had as their guests recentlyMr. proved visibility all around. Dual master cylinder
and Mrs. Arthur Miller of and Mrs. Joe White and
Orlando, Edward Miller of children of Holly Hill, S.C. brake system. Telescoping lower steering shaft. Ener-

Lake Wales, Clinton and spent the weekend in Bunnell gy-absorbing instrument panel. Interior color-keyed to
with relatives and
Alice Harris and daughter visiting
Libby of Gainesville, Mr. and friends. They also visited her go with exterior paint. One-hand tailgate latch.

Mrs. George Moore of Pierson grandmother, Mrs. Helen
and Philip and Linda Whit. Shemblen, who is a surgical
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