The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
November 24, 1966
Publication Date:


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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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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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Preceded by:
St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by:
Palm Coast news
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Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune


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Chamber OfCommerce
i Would YouBELIEVE Will
It is rumored that one of
I y- our County Officers was lock
Promote Inlet
ed in his OWN safe last week t
It Happened in Flagler for an extended period, with About forty persons from
County 10. 20. 40 years ago both keys in his possession. Volusla and Flagler countiesmet

I 1 Finally after what seemed with The Flagler County
hours, (really only minutes), Chamber of Commerce Recreation
a suggestion, from one of our Committee Thursdayin
10 YEARS AGO prominent citizens to slide the the: courthouse at Bunnell.

A $125,253 construction project key under the door, provided The group discussed the
freedom. Morale of the
to four lane US Hwy. 1 feasibility of an inlet to the
north of the city limits to the story .When entering safe, Ocean at Flagler Beach.
North Flagler County line has leave key outside.Membership. After hearing Col. H. J. Kelly
been started. Length of the Assistant Director of The
job is 11.422 miles and is State Board of Conservation,
scheduled to be completed In Of speak on the pros and cons
60 days. and the feasibility of the
Summer Program 24 DEATHSPREDICTED project, the group Instructed
P-T A, ReachesA chairman George Moody to
20 YEARS AGO ask the Board of County Commissioners
Selected AsOutstanding Colonel H. N. Kirkman Director to make application

Finishing work on the second New HighBunnell with
for such a survey
of the Department of floor of the Masonic
the US Army Corps of Engineers
Public Safety, stated today: Lodge Building here is going
Parent Teachers at Jacksonville.Col. .
"The Florida Patrol
forward fast. The walls have
predicts 24 persons will die In been given a first coat of Assn. membership is now 200, Kelly estimated the.
From the office of Coy G. traffic crashes on Florida's plaster and the hardwood according to the report at cost between $1.5 to $3 million
Harris Jr. of Education. Monday's meeting. Mrs. Betty dollars. He also stated
Supt. streets and highways duringthe flooring is being installed.
4 day Thanksgiving holiday Stefllk is membership chairman that Flagler Beach is in be.
I According to a letter received period, which begins at for the 1966.67 year. tween a 60 mile stretch of the
on November 15, 1966 by 6 p. m. Wednesday November 40 YEARS AGO Dr. Allen Reynolds, president Intra-Coastal Waterway that
the County School Superin 23, and extends until mid presided during the bus contains no protected inlets.
tendent's Office the State Department night, Sunday, November 27. The Bunnell High School iness session. Rev. Shelton Two sites were proposed at
of Education has selected Remembering and practicingsafe Honor Roll for Nov. 1926: Brooks gave the devotional. the meeting for the proposedinlet
Flagler County's sum driving will lesson this High School: Dean Holland, Awards were presented to if a report is made. Theyare
mer enrichment program as awesome figure, so let's drive Lillian Swenson, Kathryn the following grades for the Beverly Beach, North of
one of the most outstandingin this prediction down and Jolly, Thealka Bell Cain, membership drive conducted: Flagler Beach and Flagler
the State.A make it a holiday we'll all Margaret Johnston, Jane Warner High School, first place, Mr. Beach State Park, South of
special write-UD has been Isabelle Warner, Mirian Beach.It .
live to remember!" Taylor's 8th grade; Mrs. Bar- Flagler
prepared by thr State Department Poff.Grammar asa's 10th grade, second and was pointed out that an
of Education\ and will School: Vincent Mrs. Gurnee's 12th third. Elementary inlet would require two jetties
Include plcturer.nd news releases Gorys, Julia Edge Lovelace, grades were first in the ocean for protec
of the schools' pro ?O? RAIFORD PASSED Robert Johnson, Claude Sears, place, Mrs. Wadsworth's kin tion. Kelly said the jetties
gram. AWAY SUNDAYWord O. K. Herr, Alta Jane Holden, dergarten: second, Mrs. Town- would deteriorate the beach
According to statistics, Jane Cornett, Dorothy Cauley, send's 4th and third, Mrs. about two miles to the South
furnished by the Office of the was received here this George Sampsel, Zygmunt, Holland's 1st. and build up the beach North.
County Superintendent, thirteen week of the death of a former Norwicki, William Cobb, Mar- Mrs. Laura Taylor, Mrs. Most of the deterioration
teachers and school aides resident of Flagler Beach, vis Jones Maxine McKinnon first
Laura Morris and Rev. Shel- would be on. the quarter
were directly involved In the Baldwin (Pop) Raiford, of Teddy Mlot, Charlotte Ber- on Brooks were nominated to mile South. This would necessitate
planning and operation of the Edgewater, Florida. Mr. Rai witz Elliott Lott, Frances serve on the nominating com a continuous sand
summer 6-weeks activities ford resided at Fiagler Beach Johnston, Margarite Blount, mittee.. Nominating chair transfer operation from the
which began on June 13 and about 20 years ago before going Fela Mlot, James Camp, man is Mrs. Laura McDaniel.Ten North side to the South side.
continued through July 22, to Edgewater. He was engaged Harry Johnston, Vernon Dren, volunteers were secured Col. Kelly said the project
1966. A total of 730 Individual in the construction bus Earl Palmquist, Hellen Ko- for the Eye Testing Program could be financed with Fed.
pupils enrolled with 15,686 iness. He was a veteran of zak, Norma Durrance, Clarence to be conducted at Bun eral funds, if the Corps study
pupil hours of activity being World Wars 1 and 2. Gordon, Sophie Mlot- nell High School on November showed that commercial use
recorded. He is survived by his wife, kowski and Myrtice Vining. 30th and December 1st. warrants an inlet.If .
Annette, Edgewater; 2 step Flagler County housewivesof the Engineers report
The program included be. Mrs. Margaret Taylor, County
sons, Walter Eberhardinger today will enjoy readingthis shows that only recreation use
ginning and advanced swim Health Nurse is in charge of
of Daytona Beach and Joseph ad that appeared in the would warrant the expenditure
ming classes; reading enrichment the testing.
of Ocala. Also
Tribune in Nov. 1926: Federal funds would
and remedial read. several The room count was won
ing classes; beginning and Funeral grandchildren.scervices were held Pellicer Meat Market Specials by Mr. Taylor's 8th grade and match local funds on a 50-50

advanced instrumental music; at two o'clock Tuesday at a Tenderloin Steak ........ lb. 26c Mrs. Morris' 5th grade.Twoone basis.
physical fitness recreational New Smyrna Beach Funeral Western Round Steak lb. 25c act plays were pre.
sports and games; arts and Home. Burial will be in the Stew Beef ........................ lb. lOc sented to the audience by the
crafts; chlldrens little thea National Cemetery in Arlington. Pork Chops ............ lb. 20 25c two fifth grade students, under BUNNELL WAITRESSESFUND
tre; junior high school reme the direction cf Mrs. RAISING PROGRAMS
dial classes; and an open Library Laura Morris. Waitresses at the Bunnell
program. Students from SPECIAL PROGRAM FOR The next meeting will be Restaurant have started a
ages six oni up were Involved. FIRST METHODISTThe February 6th. program to aid a local man
Superintendent Coy G. Harris BASSET HOUND IS annual Christmas and his family, Eugene Buck-
Jr., stated that the: costas Birthday Party For Jesus will ner and his wife Carolyn and
far as local county funds CHAMP DEER DOG be Sunday, December 18th at MORE DEER THIS two children, Jesse and Jean-
were concerned, amounted to Take a back seat, all you the First Methodist Church of nie. With the help of all the
$5,700. Additional funds were Red Bones, Black and Tan Bunnell. The program will be YEAR THAN EVERNot waitresses we have had a
furnished by the State throughthe Deer Hounds. at 7:30: p. m. Colored slidesof every Florida hunter turkey sale and a rummage
Minimum Foundation "Six Gun", a pet Basset the Sunday School Classes will bag his buck this year, sale., netting $116.04 and
Program especially earmark. Hound owned by Mrs. Curtis portraying religious characters however, there will be more $181,54, respectively.A .
ed for summer enrichmentand Deen tracked a seven point : will be shown.A deer harvested this season cake sale is planned for
recreation programs buck into !the range! of Buddy cordial Invitation is ex. than during any previousyear. December by the: group. We
throughout Florida.Mr. Eure who killed it And tended to the public to attend According to 'the Game wish to thank everyone who
to top it all "Six Gun" beat this special program. and Fresh Water Fish Commission donated clothing for the fund
Harris emphasized that out the other deer dogs. there are more white raising project. The Buckner
th major objectives of the pro. The buck, It was reportedis tailed deer in Florida today family also wish to thank all
gram were to provide boys the largest to be killed in JACK BLACK, FORMER than ever before and experienced and to say how much this
and girls of our county with the Ocala National Forest this hunters who have has been appreciated.-Connie
the opportunity for enrich season. Eure and other hunt BUNNELL RESIDENT, spent years in the forest realize Rearick.
ment activities and remedial ers of the Bunnell Camp were DIED SATURDAYJ. how broad and impressivethe
work which are almost entirely astonished, to say the least, white.tail's comeback has CHRISTMAS PARTY
unavailable during the regular to witness a pet dog puttingit II. Black of Immokalee, been. PLANNED BY LEGION
school term.COUNTY over the other dogs.W. uncle of Benny Black and Fifteen years ago, Florida
W. Deen, Curtis Deen, S. also a former resident of Bun hunters harvested about 6,000 Plans for the annual
J. Tilton, James Minchew, nell, died Saturday at his deer; ten years ago they took Christmas Party were made at
RECEIVES Tommy Bertha AB Johnston, home following a heart at an estimated 8000. At the the Monday night meeting of
Mack Eure, Carver Harris and tack. He was a project engineer close of the 1965.66 season the American Legion. The din
$52.000 RACE FUNDSFred Fred Stone, all members of for the State Road De the estimated harvest was ner-party will be at the Bun-
O. (Bud) Dickinson, Jr., the camp, will be joined partment. 17,000 deer. The 1966.67 season nell Civic Center at 7:00: p. m.
Comptroller of Florida, today Thursday by their families Among the survivors is his looks goo and the hunt for members, their families
announced the release of and friends for a Thanksgiving wife, the former Mae Gieger er's take is expected to exceed and guests. The turkey will be
$52,000 in state racing tax receipts feast. of Bunnell; a daughter, Bern- that of last season by provided by the Post and
to Florida's counties. adette Black, Immokalee; a approximately one to three members planning to attendare
Dickinson noted ithat the sister, Mrs. Natalie Smith, thousand deer.According asked to bring a covered
funds for November totaled THANKSGIVINGOBSERVANCE Alachua; a brother P. S. to the wildlife dish. Santa will be presentfor
$2,000 over the funds released Black of Ft. Myers. Also surviving biologists, approximately 20 the gift exchange.It .
during a like period last year. A special ThanksgivingService are several nieces and percent of the state's deer was reported $100.00 was
The current release was the and Holy Communionwill nephews. herd consists of bucks with netted on the Turkey Shoot
first one made during the be at 10:00: a. m. Thursday Funeral services were held antlers five Inches or longer. conducted Saturday at the
fiscal year. For the remainderof at St. Thomas Episcopal Monday from the Methodist Hunters will harvest about Bimini Bar. The next shoot
this period the releases Church. The Rev. Robert Church of Immokalee with one-half of this percentage or will be on Sunday, December
will be made on a monthly Stuart will deliver the mes Rev. Howard Porter officiat approximately ten: percent of 11th at the White Eagle Bar
basis. sage. ing. the total deer population. in Korona.



Notice Is hi"b\ KI. in that -: 01". s.'A114OR'NEItS
I the Board of Public Instruction ...
FOR VETERANSIS Flagler County will accept sealed Notice Is hereby given that
bids at 10:00 A. M. on the meeting nf the Owners of Land
ANNOUNCEDAn 6th day of December 1966 for a sifuruted in the North Ormond

au"" JFlagUr Srtbunr Too Late the purchase of the following Drainage District In Volusla and
\ Is hereby called -
described items: Counties
item of interest was discussed fi o'lalliler olflce of the
School Bus No 5 Ford, to be held at the
HUNNELL FLORIDA with Melvin T. Dixon, Cylinder 1953 BrOO B70M3H nistHct at 420 Seabreeze Boulevard -

LEN Publisher To Classify of the Florida Dept. of Veterans 15522.The bus Is located at the Bus being Daytona In the Beach County, Florida of Vo-,
Affairs, this week, and Garage at the Bunnell High 1111'111 on Tuesday, December 6,

JSY Russell Kerr he stated that in the event of School Campus buyer buys as to 1088 'at 2 o-clock P. M for the
Designated for .H Is where Is Successful bidder of ell'ctinJSupervl on
newspaper purpose
death of an eligible veteran, move same at his expense. and for any other business that
Legal Advertising All bids shall be completely come before the meeting.
Scientific developments in the Veterans Administrationis sealed and plainly marked on the may vt such election, each and

all fields advancing so authorized to pay ,the Undertaker front of the envelope: Bid to eveVy acre of land in the DistrIct -
Entered as second class matter are Purchase School Bos shall represent one share
February 6, 1913 at the post- rapidly that the average lay or person who The Board of Public Instruction and each owner shall be entitled
Incurred the burial and funeral Flagler County reservesthe In or by
vote person
finds it difficult to adjust to one

office at Bunnell, Florida, under in amount not right to reject any or all In writing, duly signed
Act of March 3, 1876. his mental process to expenses an b'd8' proxy each acre of land owned by

exceeding $250 to cover the HAROLD EMERY, ftm -
keep pace. Chairman Board of Public Inlay tepresenttheirtWardsaExecutors
burial and funeral expenses
One Year .....................92.50 Instruction FlaglerCounty and Administrators may
In recent column I told and the of Florida of deceased
!Six! : Month. ....................1.25: a expense preparingthe COY HARRIS represent the Estate
about radio a and ATTEST: ( (I. and Private Coporatlons
you a new pill, body transportationto of Public -
Secretary, Board may be represented by their officers
transistorised radio transmitter the place of burial.A Instruction, Flagler or duly authorized agents.

about the size of a small claim for this burial allowance County, Florida.. It Is ordered that this Noticebe
24 ItcIV
I Am A TiredAmerican .: published once a week for
button, that when swallowedby must be filed within two '
Beach Observer a/news-
a patient sends back an two years after the burial or THE CinClIT COl'RT "KKVTII \- Daytona ,
Jl'UK'IAL ('11M I IT, IV published Volusla County -
amazing amount of information cremation of the veteran. If AND FOIl TIIK COUNTY: 0..' paper. Florida, dJ' The F a gler

as to your physical con the burial allowance was not KIAC.IKH, STAT OF' FLOHIIIA Tribune a newspaper publishedIn
IV C1i.4SCEI1Y.Ne Flagier County Florida. Date
dition enabling doctor to at the time of deathof
your payable 8413 of first publication November 17,
From diagnose the situation quickly the veteran because of the In Re: Adoption of 1966.
and accurately.Now nature of this discharge from A MInor, V. Guy Day, Secretary

Luverne, Minn.I the service, but after his By: SARAH M LYAnD. :Vov I7.24.2tr,
come a group of Phllco NOTICETo
death his discharge has been
am a tired American.I scientists with what they call : WILLIE SHEPARD
corrected by competent authority Address Unknown NOTICE FOR BIDS!
an Automatic Medical Monitor and Notice is hereby given that
am tired of being sneeredat ito one under conditions
in the form of a chair All OSSIE BELLE GREENE SHEPARD the Board of County Commissioners -
by the world panhandlerswho other than dishonorable, of Flagler County. Flor-
the patient has to do is sit in Address Unknown ida, will receive sealed bids until -
use my country as a it while an operator checks then the burial allowancemay YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 9:00 A M, December 5. 1966,
whipping boy 365 days a be paid if the claim is that a Petition for the Adoption In the office of the Clerk of>
physical impulses. of the Negro, female minor Circuit Court In the Flagler
year. filed within two years from child, DELORIS JUANDA SHEI'- County Courthouse, Bunnell, !

With arms resting on specially whichever last occurs, the date AnD was filed In the above Florida for the! following:
I'm tired of having American cause on the 16th day of November One new diesel powered tan-
embassies and Information designed conductive arm of correction of the discharge, A. D. 19b6 by SARAH M dem drive Motor Grader to meetor

rests (the patient is completely or April 2, 1963. GILLYARD, and you are hereby exceed the following specifications -
centers stoned, burned commanded to be and appear in :
and sacked by mobs who still relaxed. The comfortable upholstery Dixon said applications for the above-named Court on or The engine shall be diesel

of the chair has the burial allowance are before the 24th day of December not less than 525 cubic Inches

accept my money and my available 1966, to show cause If any displacement, 4 cycle, 6 cylinder
food.I built-in sensors or electrical at any Veteran there be, why the Petition for with 24 volt direct electric

pickup which send the min Service Officer in the State of Adoption should not be granted starting and have a dry type

am choked up to here by ute impulses produced by the Florida, and the veteran is eligible DATED, 1966.this 16th day of November oil air filters cleaner The and clutch full flow shall fuel be

the hordes of dirty unwashed body functions through a if he had wartime GEORGE M MOODY oil type and with double discs.
Clerk of the Circuit Court. shall be constant
wire attached to a data service, or was discharged, or The transmission
who try to intimidate our pro (Court Seal) mesh type, pressure lubricated

Government by placard, picket cessing machine. retired from active servicefor Bya: / Joyce Patrick, with replaceable filters
Deputy Clerk of the The moldboard: shall be 12 ft I
lane and sit-ins and who a disability incurred in, Circuit Court
x 24" x 3/4" and be hydraulic
The Automatic Medical
are against the forces of law, or aggravated by his duty, or Nov 24-Dec l-8-H-4tc sldeshlft type. The tires shall

order and Monitor will accurately report was in receipt of, or entitledto \ be 14,00 x 24, 8 PR, front and
decency. your pulse rate, respirationand NOTICE OF !SALE! rear. The cab shall be fully en
receive disability compensation TO ALL PERSONS WHOMSOEVER closed.
I fed with //the mobsof
up heart sounds and virtual. of the
at ,the time of his : The working weight
scabby.faced, long-haired ly eliminate the stethoscope You are hereby notified thatI machine, equipped as above
and shorthairedgirls death, and was dischargedfrom have levied upon the Interestof shall be not less than 24,800
young men electrocardiograph and other active service under con \Varnel and Evelen Williams, pounds.

who claim they represent clinical apparatus.We in and to rlheed property hereinafter Bids should! be made on one
the "new wave" of Amer. ditions other than dishonor- e and a sale will or both of the following basis:
able. be held at the front door of the 1. Quoted price of new grader
ica and who sneer at the old. can thank our space Flagler County Court House In less allowance for Caterpillar

fashioned virtues of honesty, program for this advance in Bunnell Florida, commencing 212 Grader on cash basis
between the hours of 11 o'clockIn
2. Net cash price with
integrity and morality on medical science for its development IV TIIK\OTICI: op SPiT the forenoon and 2 o'clockIn Grader allowance, plus guaranteed -
which America grew to great came about as a result DICIAL IHCI1T-, th' afternoon of the 9th day cost of repairs for 5
of December A. D. 1966 of ,
property or 6000 operating hours
lAND years
of Phllco's research to FOIL KLAGLKH tO-
ness.I MTV, KI.OIIIDA. levied upon by me and less guaranteed valve at end of
am tired of having my find a remote control monitoring FFTHIOV FOIl hereinafter described under 5 years or 5000 hours.
Writ of Execution In my hands Price to be FOB. Bunnell
tax dollars go to dictators technique to gauge GILBERT DIM I.AIIATOHY Uht IIKK. issued pursuant to that certain Florida stating approximate

who play both sides againstthe physical responses of astronauts AMELIA GILBERT A. KHICU KRICR.and Judgment entered In the Small date of delivery Bids to be ,
Claims Court. Flagler County,
plainly marked "Bid on MotorxGrader"
middle with threats of a/k/a AMELIA GILBERT Florida, on the 7th day of No- on outside of envelope

what will happen if we cut VI. Plaintiff \ember A. I). 1966 and recorded The Board reserves the right to ,
With the advant of medi JOHN RANDOLPH In Official Records Book 20. reject any and all bids.
off the golden stream of TURNER, page 171)! Public Records of
Dated at Bunnell. Florida, this
care and increased demandfor Individually! as Executorof
Flagler Florida.
8th day of 1966. )
money.I physical check ups, the the Last Will and Testament The property to be sold Is the DNOrt.eTt'tk

am a tired American, angered of Roland Turner property situate In Flagler Chairman Board of County .
medical monitor will save et al, \
by the selfrighteousbreast County, Florida, to-wlt: Commissioners
hours of waiting for patientsand Defendants Bout No. FL 0261 U Water-
beater critics of America Bug 14' Plywood. 25 HP Even-
valuable time for the FLORIDA, TO THE DEFENDANTS rude Outboard 1958 No 25920-
at home and abroad, who Nov. 17-24-2toiv :
doctor. Instead of simply sit 13221 Motor, with electric start
set impossible yardsticks for JOHN RANDOLPH TURNER all J
er. controls & gas tank, one
ting and waiting to see the Individually and as Executorof I II'
two wheel trailer.On .
the United States but never Tin CIRCUIT COURT snv-
doctor, they sit in a monitor the Last Will and Testament the interest of Warnel & :\TIJ Ji'im'IAL CIRCUIT IN4N0 '\
apply the same standards to of Roland Turner, Evenlen Williams, in And to said
chair and examined while Foil I'LAfiLEH COUNTY.
are BESSIE DUOQ1NS TURNER his will ;
property be offered for
the French, the British, the wife Fi.ortmv iv ciiAvcEiir NO.
they wait. A nurse or attend sale and sold !KUtnJAMhS
Russians, the Chinese.I FANNIE JOHNSON TURNER The sale! or sales will be at
ant the information : LUTHER McCALL,
am tired of clergymenwho simply gathers a/k/a FANNY JOHNSON; public outcry to the highest and Plaintiff
from !the processing TURNER best bidder for cash and will
have made a career out ROSA MELSOV; MURDOCKMUItDOCK continue from day to day until VII-
machine which will tell the ELIZABETH ROBINSON McCALL.
of integration causes yet said property is sold! or said
doctor just about everythinghe her husband Writ of Execution and Judgment
send their own children to NOTICE TO APPEARTHE
ELSIE HOLT are satisfied
wants to know without the STATE OF: FLORIDA, TO:
private schools. HOLT, her husband DATED this 14th day of November -
time consuming old type of HAZEL DAVIS A. D. 1966. ELIZABETH ROBINSON McCALIi

I resent those who try to examination and its attend DAVIS, her husband Signed: P. A. EDMOVSON c/o 1615 Henry Llewelyn Guest Avenue

peddle the belief in schools FRANCES DAVIS Sheriff of :Flagler County
ing series of various tests. DAVIS, her husband Nov 17. 2... Deo 1-8 4tc Baltimore, Maryland 21213
and colleges, that capitalismIs You are hereby notified that a
ELLEN BEARDON suit for divorce has been filed
a dirty word and that free Medical science is movingso BEA It DON, "OTITK OF INTENTION TO against you In the above entitled

enterprise and private initiative fast that today's human her DORA husband WHITE R"In:(.I'ITFn compliance: FICTiriOIHAMK: with House Bill cause and you ate hereby requiredto
serve Plaintiff's
are only synonyms for being is apparently well on WHITE, her husband No 1175, Chapter 20t53. Laws of whose name upon and address Attorney appear

greed. They say they hate the way to becoming a mechanical JACK TURNER Florida. the Acts undersigned of 1941,will as amended hereon your written defense If
-TUHNtR, his wife reA'III'tl'r to the Bill
any of in
capitalism, but they are always man. When he loses ROY TURNER with the Clerk of the Circuit said suit, on or before Complaint the 3rd day
at the head of the TURNER, his wife Court in and for :Flagler of
blood he goes to the blood County. Florida, of December 1966, else decree pro
line their share of And to: All Unknown Spouses proof of upon receipt confesso will be entered against
demanding bank His hospital is equip. of raid above named natural publication of this notice you.

the American of life.I with artiflcal Defendants the following fictitious WITNESS
way ped an kidney, name: my hand and seal of
am tired of those who are mechanical lung and other And to: All I'nrtles claiming Interests THE ORANGE SHOP locatedon said Court this 1st day of November
A D 166.
by, through, under or 1-95. Flagler
trying Ko sell me the belief devices for repairing and against the above named nat- under which County we will Florida en- (Seal) GEORGE M. :MOODY:

that America is not the great maintaining life.A ural defendants not known to the business of CITRIC Clerk of said Court
be dead or alive SALES OUTLET AND GIFT by (S) Joyce Patrick
est in all the worlda
And to: All Parties Having or SHOP and that the undersignedare ... Deputy Clerk
recent issue of Newsweek L.
generous-hearted nation Claiming to have any right the only persons Interested Wadsworth

a nation dedicated to the policy points out that the effort to title or Interest In and to the in said business P Bunnell.O. Box Florida 896

of trying to help the build !the first artificial heart situate following In described Flagler property County, 25th Dated day at of Bunnell October, A Wdf96I' Attorney for Plaintiff

"have nots" achieve some of has become a sweepstakewith Florida, to-wit: John N. Lemasters Nov 3.10-17.24-Hc
Lot Two (2) of Block Fifty Charles %V. Perry
winnings to be shared
the good things that our system (50), In the Moody Subdivision Nov 10-17-24 & Dec 1-4tp ITIIK

of free enterprise brought with thousands of Americanswho of the Town of Flag FI..\(H.JII.ClIlCriT'OUNTY, COURT.'LOJUD.D \OF.

about. now die each year from ler Beach, Flagler County. IN TIIK (,1"fTIT coi'IIT RV.KVT1I ('IU C.nY NO. miM

cardiac ailments. Florida according to the JIDICIU ('lliri'IT l> BERTHA MAE HAWKINS,
plat of said subdivision on 4VD FOIl FI.V.I.FH ('01'\T*". Plaintiff

Mechanical boosters to assist file In the office of the Kl.nillDl. CII4VCKHV AO. V9

O. F. ALFORD the left ventricle, the Clerk Flagler of the County Circuit Florida Courtof SHIRLEY MAY PROFFITT. Carl Wentworth Hawkins.Defendant Jr.

Registered heart's main pumping chamber In Plat Book 1, page 24. Plaintiff, NOTICE TO DEFEND

have already been used You, and Each of You are J. C PROFFITT."a THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
Real Estate Broker notified that a Petition for Declaratory Carl Wentworth Hawkins Jr
by Dr. Adrian Kantrowitz at Decree to determinethe Defendant RMK-BRJ Marine Division 340
Maimonides Hospital In New rights of the Plaintiffs under THE STATE OF TO \PI Klll San Francisco, California
Bunnell Florida a warranty deed dated Aug FLORIDA TO: APO 96312
J. C.
.... York. }11 ''a11R 1961 and recorded in Of Residence PROFFITT Unknown You are hereby notified that a
suit has been
Book 3. page 152. You filed against you In
has been filed against and are hereby notified that the above entitled
you a suit for divorce has been cause; you
you are hereby required to serve against In filed are hereby required to file your answer
a answer to the you the above entitled with the Clerk of this Court
'emflnnY cause and
the plaintiff's Attorney required you are hereby and to serve a copy thereof upon
24 HourWrecker to
James II Tucker, 302. tiffs serve upon Plain the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
Attorney, whose
Service W Moody Blvd. Bunnell, Florida name and whose} name and address Is:
V1a'Flagler and file l the original In theoffice written defense hereon, your Weinstein I Weinberg & Weinstein \
If any, to the 25
the Clerk of the Circuit Bill of Complaint Orange Street
Court. Flagler County Floridaon In said suit St. Augustine Florida
on or before the
or before the 27th day of December, 1966, else day of f0.4. later than December 3rd, A. D.
Truck & Tractor Co. December A. D., 1966 otherwisethe confesso will be decree pro- ltJot>,
Bald against If
allegations of Complaintwill you. you fall to do 10, decree pro
be taken as confessed WITNESS hand confesso will be entered against
MASSEY-FERGUSON Thin notice shall be published of said Court my this 4th and seal Gill for the relief demanded In the
once each week for four day of *
consecutive November, A D 1966, complaint The nature of
Grove. Industrial Equipment weeks In the Flagler Tri (Seal) GEORGE M. MOODY .alf';? suit being for divorce.
bune. Clerk of WITNESS my hand and seal of
Dated this 16th day of No- By Joyce said Court said Court this lat day of November *

VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 vember, A. D., 1966, DePUty Patrick Clerk A. D. 1986.
(Seals W. U Wadsworth GEORGE M. MOODY
Owner Bunnell Florida / George M Moody P. O. Box 896 Clerk of said Circuit Court
Clerk Circuit Court Bunnell, Florida By (S) Joyce Patrick
Flag ler County, Florida t Plaintiff Deputy Clerk
Nov. 24-Dec l-8-15-4tc Nov. l0-1240& Dec 1 4tc Nov.(Omclal 31017.244to Seal)




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The class: on "How To *7. You will shave daily, ex- Ib.U. 59
Housebreak a Retired Husband" cept in exceptional cases. .
will now come to order: "8. You will stop any dirty
Your first step,about a week Job you are doing at least 30
before your husband comes minutes before any meal, and S. D. A. ChoiceSIRLOIN
,home In retirement,is to secretly make yourself presentable to
appoint yourself Chairman of come to the table. One night
the Board your husband Is each week you will wear a shirt, I STEAKS lb
,going to be pretty bored for a tie, and jacket at dinner. Once I OR T-BOHE 98
few months. Then,as Chairman, each month you will take me : '
set the policy for your house. out to dinner if to a
This policy should Include- drive-in hamburger stand. Lean Fresh
but not be confined to the '9. You will be allowed to ;
following: complain only two days about i
"My Beloved Husband"As ailment have, after ,
any you Ibs.
of 24 hours following which you go to a doctor. I $159
your retirement, the policies "10. You will be allowed to ,
stated below will be In effect: act like a juvenile-out-of-school i
"1. You will wear your shoes for two weeks after you retire, Small Meaty Western (IDEAL FOR BAR-B-Q)
|at all times except when you are i then fall into deep gloom for I
I din bed. Occasionally, you may. three weeks thereafter.Then,you *
kick them off at 10 P.M. while map out of it and start living. SPARE RIBS Ib. 59
1 i watching television. "Your Devoted Wife" I
I "2. You yourself will empty Within the framework of this
I all,ashtrays dirtied in the day- policy, you wives should lure
I time. I will continue emptyingthem your retired husbands into shar-
In the evening and on week- ing the housework. Because it's Lyke's "Sugar Creek"FRANKS Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SLAB
ends. fair, but also because they will
"3. You will not repeat actually like it. You should let SMOKED BACON
NOT-ever appear In the living them subscribe to two newspapers
room in your undershirt. so they'll have some- lb.Pkg. .
"4. You will stay out of my thing to talk about except oz. 390 5ge
kitchen (as I will stay out of themselves, and watch daytimeTV Sliced Free
your workshop) unless Invited, so they'll stay out of your,
or unless you have chores there hair.You should take afternoon,
1'' that have been previously naps with them. for a while Lean Western
agreed on. if they.want to.You shoulduse
"5. You may try to cook all your social wiles to help''
from time to time, and I will them make friends because' PORK STEAKS Ib. 49*
to need You
clean up your messes.Butunderno they're going some.
condition will you cook wIth- should demand that both hus-
in two hours before or after band and wife have three hoursa
mealtime. day free of each other,to purl
"6. You will help me make sue personal affairs. i
the bed dally. Not to save half ;: l.1 OX TAIL-NECK BONES-HOG MAWS- $400 'I
my tune,but threfrfourths; of my ,;""":'>.., TURKEY NECKS-RIB TIPS Lbs. .........m'......... .... IBush's

time. So efficient four hand tot *. GOWN YEARS J -pa,*'001.1.. It I
bed-making that two people can .nd 50e In<011no( itompif, to 0.p"CSW.B .
I c 1672 Grand: Ctnlral' ) Station Nt* York
do It In a fourth the time It takes Y.10017. Showboat No. 300 Can

" 'J one. NRDK: BEANS Ea. tOe
r WORKERS GET Blue Plate Quart
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bern-
called to Alachua INCREASE IN PAYThe MAYONNAISE Ea. 38 oz.
Thursday bry were by the death of his 49C (Famil Size)) 58
Southern Bell Telephone
I brother, Johnny Bembry. He Pillsbury 2 lb. Pkg.
' was Injured in a motor and Telegraph Co. and
PANCAKE Each Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
r y scooter accident 'and had received the Communications Workersof MIX 3ge
\ treatment at ,the J. America reached agree
Hillis Miller Medical Center
ment on a new contract affecting New KEN-L BURGER 18 oz. Pkg.
, about two weeks. more than 65,000 of
Funeral service was held the firms employees in nine DOG FOOD Each 4ge ALL BRANDS
!' Sunday afternoon In Alach states. Date of 'ithe agreement
! ua. Those from Bunnell attending was Nov. 14. HOMOGENIZEDMILK
f the service included BLUE PLATE GRAPE JAM OR JELLY-
, the Bembrys and Mr. and Mrs. The agreement Includes a PEACH AND PINEAPPLE PRESERVES I
Willard Tucker. general wage increase and (MIX OR MATCH)
improvements In hospitalization -
18 oz. $4TOO
pension and other benefit 3 Jars JL 1/2 Gal.
plans covering employes.It CartonFrozen 49c
covers 36 months with a
AlexanderLumber wage reopener 18 months
from the effective date. Pillsbury's (Plain or Self-Rising)

Company The basic wage increases Foods
range from $3.50 to $8.00 per FLOUR

FLACLER BRANCH week depending on the Job Clark's CHOPPED, Pkg. of Five 4 oz.
classification of the employe.The .
SPECIALQuantity overall cost to SouthernBell Bag 8ge
of ithe increase and other
Limit 1 with $5.00 food order
changes will be approximate. or more Frosty Acres LIMEADE or
ly 29.5 million dollars an '
Discount Paint nually. The cost In Florida LEMONADE 2 6 Cans oz. 23c

will be about 6 million dollars FRESH PRODUCE -

SALESavings a year. Red

up to 20 7o on LIGHT WOODS

\ Exterior-Interior Paint Light colored woods offer RipeBANANAS

t Masonry-Wood wide flexibility of finishing fOe Suet\ 49
Let us assist you with our because they are adaptableto
home darker stains as well as
remodeling or Yellow
light pastels. For ,
\ improvement service. Southern Pine whose natural ONIONS 3 29c Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

TO SAVE MONEY- hue is golden with brownish Bag
tints can be finished in dark
TRADE browns and blues even



H.JOHN CRAIG.CAPO Funeral Manager Director 6ti1 ''I I '



Phone ID 7-3532
8:00 a-m.-1:00 p.m. i

201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Nov. 25, 26, 27 and 28, 1966I



attended the Ferrante
WEDNESDAY. NOV. 30 George Clegg, Presi
and Teicher concert at the
I ilLgL3each Now that Thanksgiving is Peabody Auditorium in Day- dent, presided at the regular
meeting held on Thursday,
about over a good way to get tona last Friday evening.
November 17.
into the Christmas Spirit They were accompanied by
The Council at fin.
would be to visit the Flagler Mrs. Wanda Prevatt, Mrs. passed a

FLAGLER BEACH FLAGLER Woman's Club Building at Grace Clay, Rev. and Mrs. al reading the necessary
changes in the By.Laws so
1524 S. Central Avenue on Max Hall and Mr. and Mrs.
BOY SCOUT TROOP CHURCH Wednesday, November 30th Judson Stryker Jr. people under the Medicare

beginning at 10 a. m. when a The final session of the program may participate In
ATTEND CAMPOREEThe There will be a Thanksgiving Christmas Bazaar will be in nine week music appreciationcourse using services offered throughthe

Flagler Beach Troop Service at the Flagler full swing until 8 p. m. will be held at 7:30: Nursing Council. These
Beach Methodist Church Wed next services would not be available
was represented at the Fall Tables of gifts, surprise Tuesday evening at the
nesday, November 23 at 7:30p. : First Baptist Church, Flagler without an organization
Camporee at Camp Lanoche packages and homemade
Rev. Hoover such as the Nursing CouncilIn
m. Reynold Beach.
Friday afternoon to Sundaynoon. goodies will be available from .
will deliver the mes our County.The
At this pioneer pastor these church and civic
camp of set of
purchase a
sage. There will be special GARDEN CLUB NEWS
the boys were supposed to use groups. Ladies Guild of the bed rails was approved. The
music the Chan.
provided by
only cans of various sizes for Community Memorial Church, The Flagler Beach Garden Council will not meet during
Choir. The is
cel public cordially
their cooking. No bread was W. M. U. of the First Baptist Club will sponsor a "surprise December.
to be bought. Our troop con invited to attend. Church, W. S. C. S. of the package" booth at the Wom

formed, surviving on pan. Rev. Reynold Hoover's ser Methodist Church and the an's Club Christmas bazaar,

cakes, twist and biscuits. mon topic will be "Faith's Alternative" Flagler Beach Garden Club, to be held at the Woman's
all of Beach. Club Building on November30th
at the morning Flagler
Only five boys attended the
worship service Sunday No. still be with Mrs. Alfred Jueng-
Wolf Patrol and won with 755 Space can made SBES
vember 27th. Special music ling as chairman. R
points. First place was won available for other groups In.
will be presented by the Chap. terested W. There will be a workshop
by Wolf Patrol of troop 408 by calling Mrs. V.
el Choir. Haines. November 29th at 9:30: a. m.
with 771 There
were at the home of Mrs. Frank
33 patrols present. The Deland District Con The Woman's Club Welfare Brede.

Boys from Flagler Beach at. ference will meet Wednesday Chairman, Mrs. Sam Novick

tending were Mickey Sinde- November 30th at 9:30 a. m. wil have a "White Elephant" FB PTA NEWS
lar patrol leader, and Jail The meeting will be In De. table Hein James Moore, Timmy land at !the Trinity Methodist several Christmas baskets for The Flagler Beach Parent TheFlagler
Teacher Association wish to
Carmody and Tracey Prevatt. Church. the needy. Mrs. Frank Brede
thank all the who
Rev. Stanton said the site was will serve during the day people Tribune
make their dinner
perfect, the weather cooperated FIRST GRADE ENTERTAINS homemade vegetable soup, a
success last
and the boys had a great hamburgers, hot dogs, pie Saturday night. Prompt Service
Mrs. Mae Shill was the win.
time. STUDENT BODY FRIDAY and coffee.
ner of the door prize. Phone 437.3282
They were accompanied to Besides, a miscellaneoustable
camp by Bob Wallace, the In. Mrs. Kenneth Herring's first the Club will have a I .

stitutional Representative, and grade class entertained the table of "For Men, Only"
Rev. Lester Stanton Scout. entire student body and many items and also for their ben-
master. parents last Friday afternoonby efit there will be a "men'slounge" BROWN & BROWN INC.

Sunday there was a Catholic putting on a "Circus" at In the new board

Mass held in the Camp the school cafetorium. room where games will be

outdoor Chapel by the Rev. Despite a broken arm, Ran available. I INSURANCEOUR
Mr. Wrltht and later the dy Dykstra ably performed as Last, but not least Santa

Protestant service in the Ringmatser, and Elephant Claus will be present duringthe
same place and led by Rev. trainer (the elephant was hours between 2:30 and

Mr. Stanton assisted by played by Joseph Stua). Scot 5:30: p. m. with a treat for all PHONE NUMBER IS

Scott Rampenthal and Rich McNItt was the :tightrope children coming to visit with

ard Duncan.To walker; Bill Reynolds was him. Club members are urgedto 437-3394
the boys there was just Strongman; Cowgirls were come and bring their

one drawback it was too Janet Horgan, Bobbie Chase friends and let's make it a

short a camp. and Donna Broadstreet. Del profitable day for everyone!
Barnett demonstrated a jug.

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Duens- gling act and Jimmy Laing --,- .

ing Jr. and sons, Sandy and twirled the rope. The part of

Randy of Fort Lauderdale ar the trained monkey was play. . .. ....
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was going with this guy for If you enjoy playing second fid aao
eight months. He asked me to dle and are willing to overlookthe ,
the Senior-Junior Prom last fact that he asked you to the aq o000 1;
year. About two weeks before prom, then conveniently forgot O o nao aoa v

the prom, he stopped calling that he asked you. He went to 1y I

me and started ignoring me In the prom, didn't he; with someone

school. So, I forgot about the else? .
prom. During the summer we Forget the steady bit. Con \ .
didn't see much of each other. sider him a friend (7). If he
Just before school started, we asks you for a date, or to the .

got back together again. Later, prom, remind him that he left \\

I found he was going with me you standing in the cold once \
and with one of my best girlI before and you want him to be
I friends. I broke up with him. certain he has made up his mind :

This year, he has again askedme before he asks you to go with

to the prom. Yet, he is still frlm. l11ot.lorFlorida

going steady with girlfriend.He .
my I you hovi s .h.nog.INOL'' want to j
he Is to
Baying going
keeps ,
lliKUil or ,n ot irvQKon fa mat* seer..
break with her, but he never you l...... I.!. FOR AND ABOUT TEENAGERS. t tF
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elect Miss Polly For-
marriage of Miss Linda son was honored with a Coffee
andANSWERS Cody to Mr. William Davis Party and Shower Saturday
Millican of Palatka will be morning at the Herbert
an event of December seven Allen home, Old Dixie High
teenth at the First Methodist way. Hostesses: were Mrs. Visitors to the Bunnell Harry and Carol Atkinsonhad
Church of Bunnell. The pas Allen and her daughters, Mrs. Hunting Camp in the Ocala as their weekend house
Q. My daughter works for a tor, Rev. Oliver F. Taylor, will Fern Tracy and Miss Eliza. National Forest recently were guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Chip-
local restaurant and some of officiate in the double ring beth Allen. Bill Deen, Curtis Deen, Tom man of Jacksonville.
candlelight ceremony at seven my Bertha, S. J. Tilton and
the other waitresses there told Miss Forson's marriage to
her that her tips are supposedto thirty in the evening.A Mr. David R. Hambley will be James Minchew. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Holden
be reported to social secur reception will follow at an event of tonight at the St. attended the 50th wedding
ity and a proper tax paid, Is the Bunnell Civic Center. All Stephens Catholic Church.A Students in the Shorthand anniversary celebration of Mr.
this correct? friends and relatives are in. bridal motif was used class at BUS surprised their and Mrs. Ira Noble in Titus-
vited to both the ceremonyand and a floral arrangement of teacher, Mr. Theo Hein, witha ville Tuesday evening.
A. Yes, her tips were covered reception.The white daisy mums formed the birthday cake and all the
from January 1, 1966 on. trimmings Wednesday in bride is the daughterof centerpiece for the refresh Col. and Mrs. Barditsky of
The law states If you receive Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Codyof ment table which was overlaid classroom.Don Flagler Beach have as their
tips amounting to $20.00 or Bunnell. The bridegroom is with a lace 'table cloth. holiday houseguests their son
more In any month in the five invited and Betty Moore haveas in law and Mr. and
the son of Mrs. Emily Milli. Twenty guests daughter,
course of your work for any for the their houseguests her par. Mrs. Anderson and
can and the late John E. Mill. were present party. Andy
one employer, they are covered ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Sawyer
ican of Palatka. children of Atlanta, Ga. and
as wages. These tips of Waynesville, N.C.
RUMMAGE SALE their daughter, Mrs. Sonia
should be reported to your Cox of Bakersfield, Calif.
employer before the 10th day Mrs. G. J. Hosford was ad.
after the end of the month" BRIDE ELECT rummage sale was planned mitted to Bunnell General
Mrs. Eddie Irwin visitedin
in which you received the for Saturday December15th Hospital last Tuesday for
tips: JANET SALYERDSJanet at the regular meetingof medical treatment. Ocala Monday and Tuesday
of this week with Mr. and
the Friendly Circle Thurs.
In your report to your employer Salyerds was honor. day evening. Mrs. Gene Martin Harding has returned Mrs. O. C. Shelton, Jr., and
only report cash tips, ed at a bridal shower Saturday Knight was hostess to the home from Glendale family.
as tips in the form other than afternoon at the V. F. W. he
meeting at her home on Railroad Hospital in Palatka where
cash, example merchandise or Home. Hostesses were threeof Street. was a medical patient. Rev. and Mrs. Oliver F. Taylor
services, should not be includ her classmates, Gloria The sale will be conductedat and children, Clifford, Karen
ed. The employer will deduct Johnston, Mary Pache, and the Bunnell Civic Center Bill and Carol Deen and and Kenny, are spending
the social security tax due on Marie Fleurie. Mrs. Tommy from 11:00: a. m. til 3:00: p. m. daughter Caroline of Belle Thanksgiving in Sneads,
your tips from any wages he Salyerds, mother of the brideto Anyone who has rummage to Glade, are spending the week Florida, the guests of Mr. and
owes you. If your wages do be and her sister were hon. donate is asked to leave it in visiting with Mr. and Mrs. W. Mrs. J. W. Geter. They are
not cover the tax due on your ored guests. the Educational Bldg. Plans W. Deen and Mr. and Mrs.J. Mrs. Taylor's uncle and aunt.
tips you should give your em The Home was decorated in were completed for the an O. Craig.
ployer enough money to cover pastel pink and white stream. nual Christmas Party Thurs. Mrs. Ferris Solomon and ;;
the tax due. If you don't do ers. The serving table was day, December 15th, 7:00: p. Mike and Trudie Cook and children, Davey and Jenny,
this you will have to pay the decorated with small umbrel m. at the Bunnell Restaurant. daughter Traci of Daytona are spending the Thanksgiving
remaining tax due directly to las of pastel colors. Following the dinner mem Beach visited here Tuesday Holidays in Douglas,
the District Director of Intern. Games were played and bers will adjourn to the homeof with his parents, Bob and Georgia with her parents.
al revenue. prizes were won by Linda Mrs. Robert Cook for a gift Evelyn Cook. She was accompanied there
The local social security of. Brandt. Many of Miss Sal. exchange and refreshments.Mrs. by Mrs. O. II. Thompson who
fice has a "Dally Record ofTips" yerds friends enjoyed the Jeff Seale, president visited with relatives also.
booklet for waitresses, event with her. presided and an inspiring de. Tony Kahlert left Tuesdayfor .

that is free. The booklet has votional "Thanksgiving" was St. Louis, Mo. to spend the Mrs. Lucille Hatton of Haz-
pages where you enter the BRIDGE CLUB MEETS given by Mrs. Oliver Taylor. Thanksgiving Holidays with elhurst, Ga., is visiting this
tips you receive daily and it Finesse Bridge Club met Mrs. Knight served tempt. relatives. He stopped over in week with her brother, Hubert .
contains a report sheet that Tuesday evening at the homeof ing refreshments to Mrs. Ken Athens, Georgia for his son, Frier.
you fill out and give your Mrs. Bess Estes at Beverly Herring, Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Tommy, who -accompaniedhim
employer each month. The Beach. High scorer was Joann Rosely Cameron, Mrs. Seale, on the trip. Mrs. Hazel Stuckey of Astor .
booklet comes complete with Crews. The group will meet Mrs. W. W. Deen, Mrs. Charles visited here during the
easy to understand instruc Tuesday, Nov. 28 at 8 p.m. at Chambers, Mrs. Danny John. Mrs. Daisy Buckles was visiting weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
tions. the home of Mrs. Mary Broad. ston, Mrs. Cook and Mrs. Rob. in Jacksonville the Miller Teters.
bie Walters. past weekend with her
(.) way. son in law and daughter Mr. Mrs. Thomas Diamond is in

Q. I have recently incurreda BUNNELL FIFTH GRADE BIRTHDAY SURPRISEIt and Mrs. Wendell Hoel. She Detroit fora visit with her

large doctor bill and was PRESENTS TWO PLAYS was a Surprise Party for will spend the Thanksgiving son in law and daughter and
wondering how I would know -= II. C. Cobb Monday eveningat Holidays in Jesup, Georgia family. Mr. Diamond plans to
"Elmer Entertains" and with her son in law and join :them this week for visit
when, and how much of the the Cobb home in Esparto- a
bill would be paid by medicare "Aunt Adele Reduces" are la. Mrs. Cobb was hostess for 'daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Brady over the holidays and will
if I could get my doctorto two one act plays that were the affair and was assistedby Wadsworth and family.Mr. accompany Mrs. Diamond on
accept payment under the presented by the fifth gradein Mrs. Cordell Robertson. the.return trip.
and Mrs. Walter Morrisare
the Bunnell High School
assignment method.A. Enjoying a delightful buffet
Auditorium Monday and dinner were Mr. and Mrs.O. spending the Thanksgiving Tom and Anita Lenssen
Under the assignment Wednesday. K. Herr, Mr. and Mrs. Lee holidays in St. Petersburg had as their weekend house
method you would receive a Members of "Elmer Enter. Blakely, Mr. and Mrs. Harold visiting with Mrs. Morris' par guests her parents, Mr. and
notice showing your medical tain" cast were Linda Nipper, Emery, Ray Mercer, Mr. and ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Mrs. Tom Humphries of Daytona
insurance had paid its shareof Ted Anders, Paula Kiwala, Mrs. Marvin Parker, Mr. and Salt. Beach.
the bill. In fact, it would Chip Brooks, Kathy Mayfieldand Mrs. Cordell Robertson and I
show you the exact amountof Joe Arnold. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Knight. Mrs. Victor Buckles was re Dale and Rosemary Brown
the check your doctor re "Aunt Adele Reduces", a cently appointed to serve on spent Sunday in Mount Dora
ceived. You would still be re comedy, starred Debbie NORMAN E. WELCH, JR. the National Veterans Preference attending a family get togeth-
sponsible for the $50.00 de. Holdridge, Mike Coates, Gary Committee. The appoint erat the home of Mr. and Mrs.
ductible, if not paid earlier Harris, Jan Perryman, Elaine Mr. and Mrs. Norman ment was made by the National Dale Brown Sr.
and 20 percent of the doctors Weeks, Rhonda Williams, Welch announce the arrivalof Executive Committee of
reasonable charges. Chuck Harding, Rudye Sham. a son born Nov. 16 at 9:10: the American Legion. Mrs. Jim and Opal Craig left
blen and Johnny Bratchcr.a3aaK a.m. at the Bunnell General Buckles is a past commanderof Saturday for a weeks visit in
Hospital. He weighed seven the local Post 115. Arkansas. They will visit his
._.. .._......._.... ... .____ .. .___ 13 and has
-----........_..._.u.... ... ... pounds, ounces mother Mrs. II. E. Craig in
K3AM**>ro ;.;.;.;.;.;.;.;..;..;.;.; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;.;.;.;.;.;..;..;..;. ,
: ; been named Norman Eugene. Haw Creek Community residents Jonesboro and in Sparkman,
Maternal grandparents are will have their annual Ark. with Opal's mother, Mrs.
| HART REFRIGERATION Mr. and Mrs. Arch Giddensof Christmas Party Tuesday, December W. A. Garrett. While there

, Bunnell. 20th. The party will !they plan a visit with their
be in the Community Build. son, John, who is attending
ANDELECTRIC CARD OF THANKSWe ing and will begin at 7:30: p. college in Little Rock.
would like to expressour m.
; deepest appreciation to Bob and Evelyn Cook will
SERVICE g gt; everyone for the many acts CARD OF THANKSI have as their guests today,
of kindness extended to us want to thank all my Robert and Leslie Cook and
;; during the Illness and hospital good friends and neighborsfor son Stephen of Gainesville;
$: Bunnell, Fla. Box 253-A, Rl :: stay of Gene. prayers and cards when I Mike and Trudie Cook and
*: Phone 437-3698 X Mr. and Mrs. Gene Buckner was ill in the hospital. God daughter, Trade of Daytona
Mrs. Bessie Mann. bless them all. Beach and Evelyn Naughtonof

:::.:.:.:..:.:,:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:: Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Dur- Mrs. Maryann Deen Road.Mandziara, Holly of Ft.Hill Lauderdale., and Steve Matson .

ranee left during the past
weekend for Boone, N. C.
Tommy is on a business mis-
Charles TindellATTORNEY sion for the Phillips & Wine JUST ARRIVED
Associates. Patsy called her .
family Tuesday night and

AT LAW said they had four inches of FRESH POTTED ..
snow during the weekend and
the boys had not been able to
work, but it was melting and CHRYSANTHEMUMSALSO
they would be able to begin
OFFICE FOR THE PRACTICE OF work on Wednesday morning.
They plan to return duringthe .


and Mrs. G. M. Schlos-
111 N. STATE STREET ser arrived recently to spend ARRANGEMENTS
the winter in their home on

BUNNELL, FLORIDA 508 North Moore Street.
Zachary Holland of Tifton, Black's Flower Shop
Ga. arrived Wednesday to
EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 15 1966 spend the holidays here with
his parents, Zach and Mary
Ketus Holland.



Long Range

Bunnell Methodist, SOCIAL SECURITY IS BIG Outlook For


Church $50-mlllion-plus Is madeon Timber Economy f

(Oliver F. Taylor. Pastor) Florida's economy by social .

security and related payments Unprecedented growth of
We are bountifully blessed each month, 60 per the South's timber economy is
with material things. There Is anticipated by the Southern
abundance in our land. cent more than in 1961, the Forest Experiment Station, an

'thanksgiving tables will be Florida State Chamber of agency of the Forest Service,
heavy laden with delightfuland Commerce has announced. U.S. Department of Agricul F
succulent morsels of the ture.
finest foods. The festivities of "Receiving these paymentswere
Thanksgiving proclaim the 663,000 retired Floridiansby Taking a long range view,
feast of the harvest. Turkeys, year's end 1965. This num. this agency says the South is
ber represented 11.4 per cent expected to furnish more than
I hams, geese, ducks and other _
fowls and meats form the of the state's population in half :the timber used by the

center around which we garnish 1965 compared with 8.8 per nation in the year 2000, when d'x
our tables with delicacies. cent in 1961. the region's output of forest
should be three
However, did you ever try to products
eat a feast alone? It is not BIG INCREASE times greater than at present. 'r <' '

much pleasure. Therefore, While manufacturing and "This favorable outlook Is
even the material things are tourism are important to based on a series of project.
best understood and enjoyed Florida's welfare, the state's ions of current trends and a
when we share them with already multibillion dollar contemplation of the remark

others. God shared his Son agricultural industry has still able ability of Southern for. :MRS. AIERICA-JoT Noufer of Houston, Texas-says U.S.
with us, and we share Christ increased 200 per cent in dol. ests to respond to management Savings Bonds make wonderful Christmas gifts. They're better
with fellow Christians. At ," Station spokesmen ex 4.15 cent interest when held to
lar value since 1948. than ever, now earning per
Thanksgiving, let us be truly plained.The maturity.
thankful for our God who has
provided the 'harvest, but also CARD OF THANKSI significance of this report
who has instituted Christian is obvious from the fact point, because the populationof increased plant capacity
would like to thank all my the United States is in. while improving product
fellowship so we may share that the region's timber eco
friends for the cards visits,
creasingly dependent on forests quality.
our wonderful gifts which are nomy has already reached
both material and spiritual.Let flowers and prayers, duringmy impressive dimensions. for necessities of life.
in the Also
stay hospital.
us be grateful for the the doctors and staff of the Southern Pine currently pro. Lumber, for example, is the ',. "- ,, -. :. '
bountiful harvest, but let us vides a larger percentage of
Bunnell General Hospital for chief structural ingredient of
the nation's total harvest for
also be grateful for those with
their wonderful care.Sincerely home building and it is anticipated HASTINGS MATTRESS
forest than oth
whom we share. "We give products any
thanks to God always for you er species. Over a million peo that 21 million new & UPHOLSTRY WORKS

all. I Thesalonians 1:12.: Myrtle Streeter. pIe are now employed by the housing units will be built 710-12 Lemon St.
South's forest based enterprises during the forthcoming dec. Palatka, Florida
ade to meet household needsof
which are pumping Phone EA 5-9166
additional families and
billions of dollars
losses from existing Furnitu \ Upholstering
CLASSIFIEDADS Into the economy.
Repaired & Refinished
housing. If this materializes,
Mattresses & Box Springs
Should activity accelerateto the annual number of housing
Made Order. Also
levels envisioned by the starts would be double
Laura Morris 437.3233
-r federal agency, the economic the present rate. Much more
benefits will Increase propor structural lumber would be After 6:00 P. M.
tionately. needed and much of the ad PRICES REASONABLE.
LUtlng under this heading 3 cent word each InaertlOB.
Current optimism is basedon ditional load would be shouldered
FOR THE BEST PRICE on a RENT WITH OPTIONFive the vastly improved quantity by the South. Just as near as your
Phone or Post Office
new Oldsmobile or value rat. bdrm. home 7 units and quality of the South's
plus Us A Card or Call
The Southern Pine lumber
ed used car, call Fred Fitts,
and store room on approx. 4 timber resources. The lumber Free Pick-up & Delivery
Sunrise Oldsmobile, Daytona Industry has undergone ex
acres of land. Located in Ko- industry initiated the practice
Beach, 255.7475 11.10.4tp tensive mechanization In recent ,
of forestry in the region '" -
rona. $21,500, terms. Halifax years which has greatly .. .- .. .- . '
LOSE WEIGHT safely with Realty, 252-1365, eves., 252- during the early 1900s and a .
.. ......
gigantic build-up of Southern -
Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only 98c 4197, Daytona. 11.17.24 pd.
forests has been In progressever
at Moody Pharmacy. 10-20.8tp
HOUSE FOR SALE-2 story 16 to 22 years of age to workat The South now has nearly Flagler County Insurance

frame house, 200 North Railroad Washington Oaks State 44 million acres of tree farmsin
street. Inquire after 7 Park under NYC program. various, private ownershipsand
p. m. Phone 4373580. 10-6-TF $1.25 per hr. Phone 4392461.11172412lc. the number is increasingeach Agency, Inc.
The total
>ear. represents
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain two-thirds of the na
fields Installed; Rota-Roter FOR SALE Steel clothes tion's tree farm acreage. All Forms of Insurance
snail shell. Reasonable prices. wardrobe, $17. Machine wash.
Call George Jarosz, 437.3410 able new scatter rugs, all col- Southern Current annual Pine growth sawtimbertrees of 105 North Bay Street -:- Phone 437-3171

8-1-tf ors, 169. Jerry's Furnitureand ( of sufficient size for Bunnell, Florida 32010LlFEfIREAUTOCASUALTY
Old Dixie
Appliances, lumber) is an amazing 16 billion
Hwy., 2 miles S. of Korona. BONDS
acres improved land, CB-2-BR, Phone 4373752. ll-24.1tc. board feet-well above
bath, built in kitchen. Located the rate of harvest and three

five miles west of Bunnelloff WANTED Retired couple times the growth of any other -------
highway 100. Call DavidJ. wanted for caretakers to live species in the nation.
Burnsed in Gainesville at on premises and watch grove. The Forest Service projectsthat BUDDY KNOX
3760619. Pot 6, TF No work involved. Contact H. by 1980, the growth rate
R. Hunt, P.O. Box 668, Flagler will climb further to 22 bil YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER
REASONABLE CASH for furnished Beach, Fla. Phone 4392043. lion feet annually. This seemsto Bunnell Atlantic Service StationU.
waterfront house or 2tp : assure ample margin for
apartment 'house. W. A. the anticipated industrial ex

.Moody, Rt. No.8, Box 187, REWARD for stolen wallet. pansion. In fact, the South S. Highway 1 tff* Day Phone 437-3652 .
Asheville, N.C. ll-24-3tp All identification cards and should be able to double or .A.;,
Ph. 437.3944
drivers license. Oliver T. Zim triple current output of lum Night
FOR SALE 4 Ford Mag merman. Ph. 437-3221.11-2lltp ber and other wood products
wheels, good condition, cheap while continuing to increase ,
-Call 437.3206 after 6 p.m. FOR SALE-13 cu. ft. chest forest reserves. CARBURETORS
11-24-ltc type freezer $80. 14 ft. Fiber.
boat and Evinrude Such prospects are import. 24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service
ant, from the national stand-
LEFT IN LAY-A-WAY, and tor $300. 612 John Anderson

never picked up, 66 model Highway, Flagler Beach, Ph. -- -- --
Swing Needle Dial-O-Matic 4392310. 2tp ttN ...ptiO....-.- ..........o..-.-et-. .Lauralrr...-..-....t.-----..
Zig Zag, makes hundreds of r
fancy stitches, makes auto. ANYBODY WILLING to help

matic buttons buttonholes, blind hems, Sews, mono on 3 new or 4 home hours may in building come with my It' Question: Where are the bargains In-. f fI

grams, embroiders, darns, hammer. I have plenty of
patches, etc. Guaranteed. As. small nails. Frank Mandziara, t
sume remaining 6 paymentsof Deen Road. ll-2Mtp.
$6.00 Ph. Daytona 2556431. ti1?
FOR SALE-Remington Field.
112412.1 2tp }
master 22 rifle, complete with i

FOR SALE Trumpet, excel. case, cleaners etc. Best offer I
lent condition. Call 4377159. takes it. 209 W. 5th St., Flag. ,
11-24-ltc ler Beach. 1124ltp. I. .

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Just Will 60 November years population for from 13 the, 2026 now as world'sexploding ,AD one be"doomsday" IJI /,: k 7', tlr.. WE GIVE M E T T S Quantity Reserved ee Rights "

scientist has warned? TOP Prices Good
;: Friday, Saturday
Or will man devise a way .
to feed the expected 50 billion ,',{<, VALUE SUPER MARKET and M 2 days
people who will crowd the \ Nov. 25, d
earth's surface then? A ,.;: d/' '( 28
University of Florida agricultural STAMPS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437-3201
economist said today
(that the future need not be as BETSY PALMER. TV person
gloomy as the prediction. ali 1 and star of "Peter Pan"

Professor D. E. Alleger and believes Santa that Claus Savings go hand Bonds in F Danny's Meat Specials for the WeekendU. I
points out that even with our hand at Christmastime.
advanced agricultural tech
nology of today, we could not
hope to meet even the mini.
mal nutrition needs of a pop. FOLLOWTHROUGHAFTER S. Choice Lean Tender Tender Select

ulatlon approaching even 25 YOU SHOOT, POT CUBE BEEFROAST
But, the economist said, '
science and research will offer hunting as in golf, the STEAK LIVER
a number of solutions be. secret of success may be In
fore the crisis Is upon us. the follow-through. Modern
firearms will do a good job Lb. Lb. Lb.
"One of these will be the of downing game, if the shot 58 79'' 39'
expansion of world food and is properly placed. Occasionally
fibre production beyond the however, game will
furthest reaches of our present show no sign of being hit
horizons. Another is the and continue on its merry
ocean with Its untapped way apparently unharmed.
sources of food. And some
sort of population control Make it a rule to always U. S. Choice (full cut) Lyke's (Sugar Creek) Lean Delicious
seems Inevitable," he assert- follow up a shot, suggests W.
ed. B. Copeland, chairman, Game
and Fresh Water Fish Com STEAK WIERNERS BEEF
In America our food production mission. It is the responsibility
has kept pace with pop. of the good sportsman to
ulation growth- least for make every effort to find Lb. 12 oz.Pkgs. Lb.
8ge Z 8ge 2 990
the present. In many countries wounded game. Keeping an .
however, hunger is already eye on birds in flight and following
a grim, steady com the tracks of game
panion. animals even when you think
you missed, may mean the Capital Lean Delicious (Beef)
Increases in food production
has only occured when home empty-handed or witha Smoked SAUSAGE. 49C SHORT RIBS Lb. 4ge
there has been a major ad. fine trophy.
vance In agriculture. The
hallmarks of early farmingwere GIANT SIZEBOLD
animal power, crop failures 150 ADDITIONAL
and famine. The farmer
was able to produce enough SCHOLARSHIPSTO Giant
food and fiber only for him.
self and 3 others. hundred additional Box

"Today we're in the chemical scholarships for junior college
age of agriculture. With graduates and 50 additionalfor
the widespread use of pesticides high school graduates will Limit (1) with $5.00 or more food order
fertilizers, and other be awarded by :the Southern
scientific advances, one farmer Scholarship and Reserach FOLGER'S (Mountain Grown)
is now able to produce for Foundation in the ensuing
himself and 26 others. That year, Dr. Mode L. Stone, foundation
figure must be multiplied president announced. Ub.
many times around the worldto
save off famine," he said. Foundation scholarshipsmake COFFEE Tin 49
it possible for students
As it is, $3 billion worth of with no financial resources to
food and fiber is destroyedeach get a college education. The
year around the world criteria for awarding a scholarship Limit ((1) with $5.00 or more food order
by Insects alone. Annual Dr. Stone explained, is
losses to all kinds of pests on that a student must score 425 KRAFT 32 oz. "i;
a worldwide basis are estimated or better on the Florida 12th
at $24 billion. grade test, have a B average
According to the United academic record and be of ALLPURPOSE Qt. <
Nations, the single most important fine character.The OIL 55
thing countries can foundation, supportedby Bottle
do to increase food production gifts from individuals,
is to expand their use of clubs and businesses, provides -

pesticides.More housing for scholarship Limit (1)) with $5.00 or more food order
breakthroughs will be students. It does not advance
needed in soil management, cash.
In agricultural engineering, The foundation maintains SHURFINE (Plain or S. R.)
in animal nutrition and disease headquarters at Florida State
control, and In food pro. University.

cessing."If the present rates of pop. 5lb 4S
ulation growth continue unabated Bag
we must face the take this opportunity to
grim specter of starvation unless express my gratitude to Mrs.
agricultural production Curtis Deen and her daughter
food order
Limit (1) $5.00 or more
is greatly expanded. Susan Deen, for their aid
There is no precedent by and assistance to my son
which we can assess the impact Dean Strickland and his com FROZEN FOODS Kraft ((8 oz.) FRENCHDRESSING
of the coming population panions at the time of their Bottle,
explosion," the economist accident Sunday morning.Mrs. 25c
said. Strickland
Harry Big Scoop (Asst. Flavors) Flagla, t\9Q\ Dried

Income Bookkeeping Tax ServiceR. and ICE MILK2Cal. 49C BLACK EYES 2 Pkg. ZSe

T. ShockneyP. DRIVER'S LICENSE ... Osage (Big 2% Can)
O. Box 842 Master Chef (2 Ib. Bag)
Ormond Beach, Florida PEACHES $100
Phone 677-4537 BIRTH MONTH FRENCH FRIES>e 29C 4




S. 1-North Bunnell for Irish
4 ,,

CHOPS SEA FOODS Everfresh (Reg.) Juicy Sweet

PLATE LUNCH.............'.."..$1.00 BREAD 5 for 95c ORANGES Doz. 39C

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




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ol /Vewd Lions Observe

BEING OBSERVEDFlagler Skolar ,Farm-City Week I _

grade science Bunnell Lions Club at its S
County's only basic on this page class and Tuesday meeting heard Don _
industry, In terms of goods or the place our the Physics class Adams explain salient fea-
products produced, is agricul cupy in our High School en- tures of what is being done
ture. Tourism is 'also an im could also add educational and industrially in connectionwith
portant aspect of the economyin about 400 acres trip to' Cape "Farm-City week obser-
the form of service made several hundred November 15th. vance.
available to the public along cumbers and were accompan Adams, representative of
with various attractions. But For livestock Mary Gurnee, the Florida Power 'and LightCo.
agriculture remains the main the main Mrs. Coleen showed slides picturing a IX
source of production and is a proved pastures driver; Mr. Ken number of farm installationsin ,
big contributor of taxes and many' grazable principal; and dairies and field opera-
employment in Flagler Coun tures. Winter Brown, guidance tions.
ty. ingredient here Mr. Adams was introducedby BEAUTY. Lovely
This is not true of some of coastal bermuda, group arrived Don Jordan, Flagler county Patricia Blair Isn't dressed
our neighboring counties. Pensacola hahia a tour bus spon- agricultural agent who BO fashionably, but is justas
Some 'are more overbalancedwith mer. Quite a bit TWA. They were was at one time a member ofa pretty In her weekly tele-
is 4.11 group in Leon county vision role as the wife on
other types of industryand pangola hay :to an auditorium
in the winter. when Mr. Adams was county Daniel Boone.
some are more agricultural they enjoyed an _
agent there. Adams read the
while some are half and Most of the pertaining to the
letter Jordan wrote inviting
half. and trade in rockets, Adams and it was quite hu
The idea however, in con however, some of fuel used to morous.A plained the Diversied Cooperative
junction with this week of is employed these amazing number of enjoyed training program thatis
Farm.City observance, is to sons of cabbage the lecture, the the meeting. Included being considered by BHS.
inform citizens of Just boarded the bus
our harvest.
among the guests were several -
what this bit of livlihood does Briefly, this on a tour of stenographers and clerks ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL
mean to the county. This launching sites at CHURCH
of what who work in the Flagler
could be expanded and Flagler County. county court house. Between Bunnell and Flagler
thought of as ,what agricul word: Farmers especially enjoy Homer Zimmerman announced Beach
ture means to our whole nation but all of the magnificent that a board of directors The Reverend Robert A.
and the world. For here. farmers. So it Assembly Build. meeting would be held Stuart, Vicar.
in lies our balance of power effort on the the Saturn rocket Immediately after the luncheon Holy Communion, First Sun
and that of the free world. farmer carry the first men meeting. day at 11:15: a. m.
But getting back to the local understand some is being assem- Kenneth Herring, Bunnell Morning Prayer and Sermon,
picture; the illustrations lems facing the High School principal ex. 11:15: >a. m.


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Commercial end purebred cattle produce over 2OJ

pounds of beef annually for a value of near $: ts;

1965 Flagler County growers planted 4900 acres of Irish potatoes and ranked

in the production of spring potatoes. The yield was 563,000 hundredweight

a value of 242305000.

agriculture: o e

tM.i our only industry

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i Tinker takes up 263,000:: : acres, or 85 percent of ; ?:: I

tounly land area. the annual pulpwood harvest is

approximately 1235000.00: when it reaches the


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About 230 heed pf registered and pleasure horses In the

county, including the home of Little Dick Priest, nine

of ten AAA runners, the last six Florida quarter-horse
Futurity winners and the sire Go-Dick-Go, presently Sixteen hundred acres of cabbage was pleated in 1965 for a yiald jf 616X00

with one-quzt-r million dollars in earnings and win. crates worth 93632000. Flagler County ranked fourth in Florida In cabbage

net in the $431.000 American Futurity. production last year.

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