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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: December 1, 1966
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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:.E. A. Gorecki Sr

Would YouBELIEVE BU INELLHIGHScHOOL'GIVEN

Mound Grove


.Died SaturdayEdward It Happened In Flagler ACCREDITATIONBunnell
I County 10. 20. 40 years ago

A. Gorecki Sr., 64, I ?
Mound Grove, died Wednesday High School has Florida Committee of the made upon the fact that the

as the result of injuries 10 YEARS AGO been reinstated to the accredited Southern Association of Flagler: County School Board
sustained In an automobile list after being droppedfor Schools and Colleges. now has under constructiona
accident Wednesday.A At a meetnlg of the County Bunnell High School was modern building to house a
School Board Tuesday, they one year, Walter Morris, removed from Southern accreditation library, materials center and
native of Poland, he had Flagler County! school supervisor .
adopted a resolution to be last year becauseof administration facilities.
moved to the Flagler County announced
sent to the State Community today. insufficient library facilities School Supt. Coy G. HarrisIs
five from Cal
.area years ago
Mr. Morris said that the re- but it declared there
College Council requestingth was attending the statewide
Ill. He member of
City, was a
council accreditation of the school had been adverse affects
St. Mary's Catholic Church, to further investigate no meeting of the Florida Accrediting
Korona. He also held mem the feasibility of establishing was announced by Dr. Vincent since the time had been, short. Committee now
bership in the Polish Falcons, a Public Community McGuire, president of the The accreditation was meeting in Miami.

Cal City; and was presidentof Junior College in the Flagler-
the Korona Civic Club, a Volusia area, according to Z.
member of the Holy Name Society D. Holland school superintendent

and of Pulaski Club of The

Daytona Beach. 20 YEARS AGO Flagler Tribune
Funeral services were held
at 9 a. m. Saturday at St. These are excerpts from a
Mary's Catholic Church with column "Talk-O-Teens" that
the Rev Father Antolno Leon, appeared In the Tribune in

pastor of St. Mary's, officiat 1946 .The Youth Council VOL. 54. NO. 48 BUNNELL FLORIDA, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 1. 1966 $2.50 A YEAR
had
really
ing. Burial was in St. Mary'sCemetery. a boxing bout Sat.
Rosary was said at urday supervised by Coach
7 o'clock Friday evening at Deen. The first bout between
the Craig Funeral Home of Allen Reynolds and Bobby Campus LightsAt BANQUET TO HONOR Mrs. Ellie Shaw

Bunnell. Kendall was a draw. (Allen FOOTBALL PLAYERSFor
had a shiner the next day
Survivors include his wid though). In the second bout School For the first time in recent Dies In Palatka

.ow, Mrs. Helen Gorecki, Harry Tidwell had a slight years Bunnell High Schoolis
Mound Grove; a daughter, edge over Pedro Trad .
Will Go On
Mrs. Genevieve Ogborn, Low. Heavier boxers, Slick Webster Boys holding a banquet in honorof Sunday EveningMrs.

ell, Indiana; a son, EdwardJr. and Lawrence West were its football team. Athletic
., of Pensacola, Florida; 3 quite evenly matched. Lights will go on In Mari director Howard M. Reynoldshas Ellie Shaw of Palatka.
'brothers, Stanley, Holly Hill, Billy Bowden did a good Jobas anna Dec. 16 for the famous announced that the banquet died Sunday in a hospital
Ted of West Mount, Ill., Anthony of Calumet City, Ill. Peggy Wray led the group In display at the Florida School high school cafeteria at 6:30: was the daughter of Mr. and
Six grand children also sur- a table game that really test. for Boys, the display now In Thursday evening, December Mrs. J. D. Barber of Bunnell
vive. ed our wits. its 18th year. The more than 1. and had been a resident of
Miss Mardell Eisenbach has two miles of pageantry will Palatka twenty three years.
loaned the Youth Council a spring to life at 5 p.m. that Awards and letters will be She was 60 years of age.
''Commissioners game called "Bombs Away". evening and will delight both presented ito the members of
the varsity and 'B teams at' Mrs. Shaw served as chief
Now we have table tennis, 'adults and children every
clerk of the Draft Board of
Inlet darts, rubber horseshoes and night through Dec. 31. the banquet. Coach Howard
Approve table Reynolds will present the varsity Palatka during World War 2.
many games. Thousands of visitors (overa awards and Coach, Jack Since that time she had been

ResolutionFlagler 40 YEARS hundred thousand each of Hardin will present the 'B' secretary to Senator' B. C.
AGO the last two years) will drive team awards. The public will Pierce. She was a member of
The January 1926 meetingof through the grounds to see be able to buy banquet tick. the St. James Methodist
County Board of the East Coast Chambersof the new features and the ets at the door at $2.50 per Church in Palatka.

Commissioners, at a meeting Commerce will be stagedin well loved old scenes in this plate. Survivors Include her one
'Monday night approved a Christmas wonderland.
Flagler Beach. The decision
son, Dennis Shiaw of Palatka;
resolution requesting the U.S. was made at the meeting her Mr. and Mrs. J.
Army Corps of Engineers to in Hollywood, Florida last when'Begun by Arthur G. Dozier ,Education Unit D. Barber parents of, Bunnell; three
he was superintendentto
conduct a feasibility survey
Monday. Delegates attending sisters Mrs. J. H.
combat homesicknessIn McKnight
for the inlet in the help
proposed .
stated the ''advantages of holdIng
of Bunnell Mrs. C. A. of
Flagler Beach area. the boys away from homeat Being SoughtA Byrd
the meeting at
Flagler Christmastime for the first Seville, Mrs. C. G. Vain of St.
The commission voted to Beach, citing the town had Augustine, and one brother,
time, it has developed Into a unit In Distributive Education .
provide land fill for the library hosted several large gather. spectacular which accomplishes J. E. Barber of Montgomery,
ings and all those who have has been offered the Alabama.
under construction at both this purpose and
Bunnell High School the visited Flagler Beach have schools of Flagler County by
upon furnishes many learning experiences
request of the County Supt. been taken care of 'and well for the boys as well. the State Dept. of Education, Funeral services were heldat

of Schools. The board also ap entertained. Dozier, now director of the according to Supt. Harris. from 10:30 the Wednesday First Methodist morning

proved the closing of War. Flagler Beach delegates Florida Division of Child The unit will carry funds Church of Bunnell with the
rington Street in Korona. numbering 35 went from that Training Schools, still finds for equipment, Instructional pastor, Rev. Oliver F. Taylor
The Flagler County Cham- town in a large bus owned by this project tremenously ex. materials and salary of one and Rev. Max Smith of Palat
bet of Commerce Is the sponsor George Moody and in a few citing. teacher. The cost to the county ka officiating. Interment followed .
of the proposed inlet for private cars. Bunnell which For months the Instructorsand will be negligible as the at the Espanola Ceme
Tlagler County. also holds membership in the their crews of boys have state furnishes most of the tery.
association had but one delegate been working on the displays, money. Pallbearers were Vernon

INFANT SON OF to answer the roll call, many of them motorized, Green, John Campbell, Vincent .
C. C. Benjamin, owner and developer which will be parts of the Distributive education is Sullivan B. F. Waters,
MR. AND MRS. ODDY of Lake Terrace. fantastic fairyland. Most of designed to furnish a student Paul Hudson, and
Virgil
the motors, wiring, frame. with a well rounded education Stuart.
'DIED MONDAYThe VFW AUXILIARY work, and costuming Is se that is vocationally ori The Johnson-Davis Funeral
Infant son of Mr. and cured from Army Surplus. ented. Such a student, Home of Palatka was In
CALLS MEETINGA Lenox E. Williams through regular school 'classes
Mrs. Kenneth F. Oddy of St. superintendent charge of arrangements.
Augustine died Monday. A extends an invitationto and after school work,
special has been
meeting
all Floridians and tourists, many times Is started on a
graveside service was held at
called for Thursday (tonight) Ala. career which leads to a rewarding
well to neighboring
as as
3 p. m., Tuesday afternoon at
at 8 p. m. in the Post home future when he SISTER OF ZIP
bamlans and Georgians to
the Espanola Cemetery.Rev. .
for members of the VFW Aux.
James Lanier, pastor of iliary. come see this beautiful pano starts his Initial job with his EDMONSON DIES
the Calvery Baptist Church of rama. The tour is free. D-E training agency, Mr. Harris .
'St. Augustine officiated. Members are asked to bring As of now only the big cables said. IN ST. AUGUSTINEMrs.

In addition to the parents their articles for the Christ. which power the motors According to various sur Margaret Elizabeth
-survivors Include the maternal mas Box for veys 'about sixty percent of Glover, 54, 366 McCulloughSt.
grandmother, Mrs. Eliza. pital at Lake City. Articles furnishing scores of spotlights all students, upon graduationfrom ., St. Augustine, died Thursday .
beth Bass of Flagler Beach, will be wrapped and packedat with electricity, plusa high school, end up behind in the Flagler Hospital.A .
and the paternal grand par. tonight's meeting, accord. few motors and bits of sales counters, in marketing .
ents, Rev. and Mrs. W. S. ing to Mrs. Gene Barber, sec framework can be seen, but or distributing some native of Red Oak, Ky.,
Oddy of Palatka. retary. one of the workshops betweennow service or product. she resided in St. Augustinefor
and the 16th will emergeall 16 years. She was a member
1966-67 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE types of astonishing sightsto The program Is designed, of Berean Baptist Church.
take place on opening continued the Supt. to fit the

December 2......................... Florida Military..............................Away night. needs of students In develop Funeral services were held
December 6........................St. Augustine...................................Home Ing competence and in under. at 2 p. m. Monday In the
December 9.........................Crescent City......................................Away BUNNELL GENERAL standing and appreciating the chapel of the Craig Funeral
December 10......................Callahan.............................................Away responsibilities of citizenshipIn Home with the Rev. II. G.
December 13......................Father Lopez....................................Home HOSPITAL our free, competitive enterprise Howell, pastor of Berean Bap.
December 16..............-..... Pierson............................... ...............Away system. tist Church, officiating. Burial
Admited: Virginia Wynd-
January 3............................ St. Joseph......................_................Away ham Charlotte Sloan, Dorothy Boys and girls, usually In was In Pellicer Creek Ceme
\ January 6......_................... Florida D & B...................................Home the eleventh and twelfth tery.
January 10.........................Hastings......,......................................Home Juanita Campbell, Dorothy Reynolds Burnham, Bun., grades, select this curriculumof Survivors include one
January 13.........................Baldwin..,...........................................Away nell Joyce Hippie, Flagler on-the-job training In preparation daughter, Miss Helen Glover;
January 20......................... St. Joseph..........................................Home ; Harry for careers.In two sons, James P. and Ray.
Beach Hess Bost-
January 24........................Father Lopez...................-.............Away ; Juavyette order to have such a bum Leonard Glover, .allot
wick Garner Sanders, Crescent
January 27.........................St. Augustine....................................Away ; program, community supportis St. Augustine; a sister, Mrs.
January 28.............._.........Pierson................................................Home City. a necessity as D-E students Lucille Yeoman, Griffin, Ga.,
January 31.........._.............Crescent City.....................................Home Discharged: Barbara Comes, will be working In !the com and five brothers, Sheriff P. A.
February 3..........................Florida Military................................Home Clyde Hall, Milton Wettstain, munity's businesses. Additional Edmonson, Bunnell, Lloyd
February 4......................... Hilliard.............................._..............Home Juavyette Hess, Mary Broad. information will be Edmonson and Decatur Ed.
February 7.........................Florida D. & B................................Away away, Geneva Gilbert, Juani given to businessmen In the monson, both of West Hollywood .
February 10......................Callahan............................................Home ta Stubbs, Dorothy Reynolds, community as surveys are Henry Edmonson, Gibson .
February 14.......................Hastings.............................................Away Eugene Buckner, Frank Mercer made to Implement the pro. and Walter Edmonson: ,
February 17.......................Baldwin.............................................Home Dean Strickland. gram. Elmonte, Calif.P. .






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FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS. DEC. 1. 1966 THIS IS ALCOHOLISM
r -- INFORMATION WEEK

THE Florida's industrial community
GROWING DEMAND
Sis losses in excess of

m1Jr Ifilarilrr GJributuIIL'ELL Recent surveys Indicate that : $25 million a year due to alcoholism

one of every 10 U. S. familiesis $ WARS and untold loss is
FLORIDA 60IDFAI of human suffering
thinking of building a va added in terms

LEN WILSON, Publisher cation home. Last year, more broken families, and
than 150,00 were built. By economic loss to Individualsand

Designated newspaper for all 1970, the annual rate is expected SHOULD RETIRED MAN PAY local communities, ac-

Legal Advertising to increase to 440,000. FOR GRANDSON'S COLLEGE? cording to Rehabilitation the State of Florida Pro.
Alcoholic
According to the Southern
You are of retirement age, he gets for free, and after awhile gram.
Entered as second class matter Pine Association, one of the _
February 6, 1913, at the post- most popular designs is the and you have some savings you expect it as a right.
don't expect to need. You havea 5. Parents of a college boy, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
office at Bunnell, Florida, under wood A.frame-an impressive ItKUIMTKK FICTITIOUS; NAMH
Act of March 3, 1876. of high low grandson, 18, who bears your being human beings first and In compliance with House Bill
example quality, name. lie has entered college. parents second, are very likelyto No. 1175 Chapter' 20953 Laws of
cost construction. Diagonally But the boy's parents ( get into the habit of acceptingany Florida Acts of 1941, as amended -
One Year ......................$2.50 erected lumber beams converge your the undersigned will register :
and his wife are talking handout from a grand with I the Clerk of the Cir
Six Months ....................$1.23 at the roof undera son ) cuit Court In and for Flagler
apex about the financial burden college parent and to expect it. It County, Florida upon receipt of
sweeping canopy of wood has placed on them. Theyare is doubtful thatanygrandparentwho proof of of this notice
following
decking. Since outer walls saying they may not be ableto started contributing to the the fictitious

and roof are one and the keep up the payments after education of a college freshman name THE: ORANGE SHOP locatedon

Too Late same, the structure is simple the current semester. The boy's would get out from under the 195. Flagler" County. Florida
under which we will en
and economical. The A-frame
mother keeps mentioning Viet' gun for four years. the business of CITRUS
is an ideal medium for jointly Nam and the possibility that 6. It Is doubtful, really, thata SALES OUTLET AND GIFT

To Classify utilizing the strength and the boy will be drafted if he grandparent could get free of SHOP the and only that persons the undersignedare Interested

beauty of pre-shrunk Southern drops out of college.So the handout for six years, be- In said business.

BY Russell Kay pine. do you dig Into the savings cause a boy who had been 25th Dated day at of Bunnell October, Florida A. D. 1966., this

Many of the popular "sec and solve the problem? getting money for four years John N. Lemasters

ond-home" designs are well 1. The education of a boy Is could put up a powerful argument Nov.Charles 10-17-24 W.&Perry Dec. 1-4tp

While visiting Buenos Airesa adapted :to the needs of first. the responsibility of his parents, for a subsidy for the two

few years ago I was tour. time owners. Vacation homes, I Inot his grandparents. This is years while he gets established IN TUB CIRCUIT COUnT SEVENTH

ing the famed Argentine city, such as the stylish A-frame, ',pretty well established. Did your in a career. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN

guest of a local newspaperman. are impressive examples of Grandpa help educate YOU? If 7. College boys get married AND FLORIDA FOR,FLAOLKR IN CHANCERY COUNTY NO.,

As in all large cities high quality, low cost con ,you're like most men retiring in these days. Then they have MCI

traffic was heavy. struction. A-frame homes can 1966 your Grandpa probably babies. If Grandpa were paying SHIRLEY MAY PROFFITT Plaintiff,

Suddenly it dawned on me be one or more stories wanted you yanked out of high $2,000 a year to keep the boy VI.

that we had travelled many whichever a family requires. school in the 10th grade to help in college would he stop now? J. C. PROFFITT, Defendant.

miles over crowded thoroughfares Pa on the tarn Or sweeten the pot to $3,000? NOTICE TO APPEAR
2. Almost kid who has 8. The-1966 college boy can THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
but I had yet :to see my any J. C. PROFFITT
first traffic light. I asked my their children cross an Inter. the will and the ability to get a spend happily In six months as Residence UnknownYou

host, "How come?" section occasionally, merchants college education can get it now much money as the 1966 retired; suit for are divorce hereby has notified been filed thata
who want to slow without aid from grandparents worked grimly for six''
"It Is quite he said. adays man ; against you In the above entitled -
a story"
traffic and most of these traffic or even his parents. to save. Not because the) cause and you are hereby
When Juan Peron was dictator Sara required to serve Plain-
stops do far more harm bad but because times upon
and loans
he had traffic lights in Scholarships, grants, tiff's Attorney, whose name and
than good. In other cases high abound, as any college administrator change. address appear hereon, your
stalled all over town. Then salesmen here does written defense, If any to the
pressure have encouraged will tell you. What Las been said Ilf Complaint
one day Peron happened to city officials to install 3. The college money a boy not seek to keep a grandfatherfrom on or before the 1taI3au ti
be going somewhere in a hur in locations grandson's life December, 1966. else decree pro-
lights many gets from his parents is sacrifice enriching a confesso will be entered against
ry. The officer driving his car where there is no reason for money, or duty money. The Instead of enriching his own. you.WITNESS

dutifully stopped when the them. he from Grandpa is Not much. my hand and seal
flashed money gets of said Court this 4th day of
light on. We should not lose sight of different. It a free gift. November, A. D. 1966.

The delay infuriated the the fact that even with our 4. A college boy,being a hu- I I (Seal) GEORGE M. MOODYClerk
For *. GOIDFN YEARS 16 pogs loeUtt of said Court
dictator so he gave orders to high speed freeways and limited man being first and a beloved find 50e In coin (lie itampi), to D pl CSW I By Joyce Patrick

have all traffic lights removed access highways with all randson second, will be in- tat 1472 Grand Ctntrol Station, Now Yorfc I W. L. WadsworthP. Deputy Clerk

pronto. A check of accident their modern safety devices, lined to take for granted what N.Y.0017. O. Box: 896

records revealed that carry only about 20 per cent Attorney Bunnell, Florida for Plaintiff

there were no more accidents of our traffic. Eighty per cent HELP SAVE A LIFE Nov. 10-17-24 & Dec. 1-4tc

without the lights than when of our driving is still done on NOTICE OF PIIOCEKDINOS FOIl
they were In full Human blood TIIK CLOSING! OF A STREET NOTICE OF SUIT
operation.In local roads and streets and comes AND ALLEY. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, SEV-

fact the number of rear this is where the bulk of the only from humans. Be- TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: ENTH IN AND JUDICIAL FOR FLAGLER.CIRCUIT COUNTY ,

end collisions at Intersectionswere accidents occur. We could You will take notice that the FLORIDA *
fore it can be used to tare
Board of County Commissioners
sharply reduced.I probably eliminate half of PETITION FOR
a life, it must be given. If of FlaKler County, Florida upon DECLARATORY DECREE.
had all but forgotten the our stop lights today and reduce petition of qualified land owners' GILBERT A. KRIER and
incident until I read an article rather than Increase ac you are in good health. under the provisions of Section AMELIA GILBERT KRIER,
336.09, Florida Statutes 1965 will
a/k/a
AMELIA GILBERT
in the current issue of the cidents. between 18 and 59. con at 9:00 a. m. on the 2nd day of Plaintiff

Reader's Digest entitled Another thing the Digest January 1967, at Its meetingroom
tribute to local RANDOLPH
your In the County Court House. JOHN
"Wanted: New Safety For article points out is the practice Blood Bank. Hunnell Florida consider and Individually and as Executorof TURNER
Older Roads" by James Na of installing warning determine whether or not the the Last Will and Testa-

than Miller, condensed from signs at: the intersection itself county discontinue will and vacate close,', and abandon will et ment al, of Roland Turner,

Traffic Safety. instead of placing them i.v THH rnicriT COMIT, SKV- renounce and disclaim any right Defendants.
.:NTII JUDICIAL: IV:
CHU'l'IT. of the county and public In and IN THE
While the article does not far enough ahead to give the AND: FOR TUB COUNTY OP to any land or Interest therein OF FLORIDA NAME, OF TO THE THE STATE DEFENDANTS -
condemn all traffic lights as driver an opportunity to act KI.AGI.Kll. !'TATSOF KI.OH- delineated! upon any map or plat :
IDA IN CIIANCKHY.Xo. recorded In Plat Book 1,
did Juan Peron, it did point on them before reaching the 5413 10. public records of Flagler page JOHN RANDOLPH TURNER
Individually
and
out that in most of our cities actual danger point.A In He: Adoption JUAN DA ofDELORIS SHEPARD, County, Florida which laidIItrE'et the Last Will as and Executorof Testa-

today we are maintaining prominent safety engineer A Minor, and described alley are as more follows particularly : BESSIE ment of Roland Turner.

thousands of traffic lights that contends that :the, most By: SARAH NOTICETo M. OILLYARD. That part of Warrlngton wife DUGGINS TURNER his

are not really necessary and dangerous driver on the road : WILLIE SHEPARD Street Blocks, 15 which and 16.lies Korona between as FANNIE JOHNSON TURNER

that in some instances are today is the little old lady Address Unknown shown by plat of Korona on file ft/k/a TURNER FANNY JOHNSON

more of a hazard than safety BELLE In Plat Book 1, page 10, public ROSA :
who MELSON
a always obeys the law and OSSIE GREENE SHEI'Address records of Flagler County, MURDOCK
feature. Every stop light is drives at such a slow pace AIm Unknown ALSO: -her-' -husband-MURDOCK

an invitation to a rear end that she An alley" through" the center of ELSIE HOLT
endangers everyoneon YOU AUE HEREBY NOTIFIED Block 15 which runs East and
collision. Even where warning the road. In most communities that a Petition' for the Adoption West' said alley Is 15 feet wide HOLT, her husband
of the Negro' minor HAZEL
female DAVIS
and affects Lots 1
through 29,
yellow lights are employed it we have established child. DELOIUS JUANOA SHEPARD us shown by plat of Korona" on DAVIS her husband
Invites the motorist to speedup speed limits that are unreal. was filed In the above file In Plat Book No. 1. page" No. FRANCES DAVIS,
cause on the 16th day of November 10. public records DAVIS her husband
and beat the red often istic and for the most part ig A. D. 1966 by SARAH lit.GILLYAIID County. Florida. of Flagler ELLEN BEARDON

causing serious accidents that nored. We should have a pro and you are hereby Dated at Bunnell Flakier --BEARDON
commanded to be and appear In County Florida. this her husband
seldom occur where the motorist gram established that would the above-named Court on or of November, 1966. 28th day DORA WHITE

is on his own and must set speeds that make sense before the 24th day of December BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS -------WHITE, her husband
196H. to show cause, If any
FLAGLER JACK TURNER
drive defensively when approaching and would move traffic more there be, why the Petition for COUNTY FLORIDA.By .
an intersection. rapidly and safely. Adoption should not be granted. /s/ Alfred R. Tucker ROY------TURNER TURNER his wife
DATED this 16th day of No-
Most of these unnecessary Are traffic regulations in vember 1966. Attest Chairman. ---TURNER, his wife
:
traffic signals have been re your community sane and OEOROR M. MOODY George M. Moody, And of said to: All above Unknown named Spouses natural
Clerk
of the Circuit Court.
placed there in response to sensible If not why not urge (Court Seal) Clerk. Dec. \. Defendants.
;
local pressure groups, mothers local authorities to change By1: / Joyce Patrick, tr. And to: All Parties claiming interests
Deputy Clerk of the by through, under or
who want a light because them for better. Circuit Court NOTICE OF SALK against the above named nat
Nov. 24-Dec. l-8-15-4tc TO ALL PERSONS WHOMSOEVER ural defendants not known to
: be dead or alive.
IN TIIK CIRCUIT COIHT OF You are hereby notified" that And to: All Parties Having or
FLAG LEn. COUNTY, FL.OR- I have levied unon the Interest Claiming to have any right.
IDA.LJ of Warnel and Evelen Williams title or Interest In and to the
BROWN & BROWN INC. Chancery No. Ml$. In "and described to the property and hereinafter following described property
I EDWARD DANIELS. a sale will situate in
he Flagler County,
Plaintiff held' at the front door of the Florida
Flagler County Court to-wit:
House
vs. In Lot Two
(2) of Block Fifty
I INSURANCEOUR NAOMI IRENE DANIELS between Bunnell' the Florida hours of commencing 11 o'clock;; (50), in the Moody Subdivision
Defendant In the forenoon and 2 o'clock of the Town of Flag
NOTICE TO DEFEND
in the afternoon of the 9th day ler' Beach Flagler County.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
NAOMI IRENE DANIEL of December' A. D. 1966 of prop. Florida according to theplat
erty levied upon by me and of said subdivision on
1422 Street N. E.
Saratoga
PHONE NUMBER IS Apartment 723 A hereinafter described under file in the office of the
Washington D. C. Writ of Execution In my hands Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
You are hereby notified a Issued pursuant to that certain Flagler County Florida.
null has been filed I'th'-io Claims Judgment entered In the Small In Plat Book I, page 24.
Court
437-3394 In the above entitled cause; and Florida on the Flagler 7th day County of Novf'mbf'r. You, and Each of You are
you are hereby required to file A. D. 1986. and notified that a Petition for Declaratory -
your answer with the Clerk of In Official Records recorded Decree to determine
this Court and to Book 20 the rights of the
serve a copy page 179. Public Records of Plaintiffs un-
thereof upon the plaintiff or Flagler County. Florida. der ? warranty deed dated August -
plaintiff attorney, whose name The property to be sold Is the 21\.1961 and recorded in Official
and address Is: property situate In Records Book 3. page
II FRANK D. UPCHURCH County Florida, to-wit Flagler has been filed against you and
UPCHURCH & UPCHURCH Boat No. FL 0261 U: Water- you are hereby required to serve
24 HourWrecker :R: 600 Exchange Bank Building Bug 14' Plywood, 25 HP Even- Petition of your answer to the
.. ... St. Augustine Florida rude Outboard 1958 No. 259201S221 on the Plaintiff s At
Service not later than becember Slat, Motor with bloody H. Tucker, 302 V
wv A. D.. 1988. er. all controls & gas tank one W. Blvd. Bunnell Florida -
If you fall to do so, decree two wheel trailer. and file the ordinal In the
pro confesso will be entered On the Interest of Warnel & office of the Clerk of the Circuit
against you for the relief de- Evenlen Williams, In and to Court Flagler County Florida
Flagler Truck & Tractor Co. manded In the bill of complaint. property will be offered said for on or bfxe the 27th day of
The nature of said suit being sale and sold. the ., 1961 otherwise
for The Bale or sales will be at allegations of said Complaint
DIVORCE public outcry to the highest and will be taken A' confessed.
MASSEY-FERGUSON WITNESS my hand and seal best bidder for cash and will Thin notice shall be published
of said Court this 29th day of continue from day to day until once each week for four consecutive -
Grove Industrial Equipment November A. D. 1968. said property Is sold or said weeks In the Flatf" Trl.
OEORQH M. MOODY Writ of Execution and Judg bune
VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 Clerk of said Circuit ment' are satisfied. Dated this IJth day of November -
Court DATED this 14th day of No. A. D., U18.
Owner Bunnell Florida (OfflcUl Seal) vember, A. D. 1966.Signed (Seals
Bet / JCreCkPatrick : p A. EDMONSON / George M. Moody
Dec Sheriff of Klagler County Clerk Circuit Court
1.1.15.U-Uc Nov. 17, 24, Dec. 1.', 4tc Flagler County. Florida.
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THE WEEK'S LETTER again?Just a 'casual'letter -I
have a real problem and just mean,we are friends.. U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
don't know what to do. There' OUR REPLY: We won't tell
this certain boy I really like. I you to forget him, since you
just love him BO much, but he make this request. But we will ROAST.lb. 49u.
must not love me. I've known say you have built him Into an .
him most of my life,but it wasn't image of the Ideal man, whichhe .
until just last summer became probably is not. A gentleman S. D. A. Choice (FULL CUT)
real good friends. would at least thank you for
He's such a great guy. He's remembering his birthday Give
just the greatest thing on earth. him time. Maybe, he will. If he ROUND STEAK Ib.Ib. 89
He was so nice to me and acted doesn't,write another casual letter .
like he really liked me. This fall giving him "news about
he went away:to school and I'm the hometown. If he doesn't Choice JuicyCUBE
lost without him. His birthdaywas reply you may be sure he is
a few weeks after he left, so too busy with other things and '
I sent him a birthday card anda you'll probably not hear from STEAK 89
letter. He didn't write back. him until he comes home on .
Does this mean he doesn't love vacation Our bet Is that then he
me? It's been two weeks since will want to be friends again and
his birthday. What can I do? will be as nice as If he had never
"ALL MEAT"SMOKED Streak O'Lean
Don't tell me to forget him, because been away. Lyke's
it's next to impossible.My V yt has v......proUm ytw want I*

friends tell me he'll write, but I y.J'uctnl... UHw.r to as FOR hwwiltwt AND! ABOUT to melt TIENAOEK.cddrwi. SAUSAGE WHITE BACONlb.
am beginning to doubt It. Helpme COMMUNITY AND SUBURBAN MESS SERVKI.
please! Should I write to him FRANKFORT;KY. lb. .
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PLASTIC MULCHING The Time Is NowAll

The introduction of the Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D ((2-2 % Ib. Avg.) WHOLE (NO LIMIT)
Florida 90 strawberry and the signs Indicate that the
adoption of plastic mulching current slowdown in housing
have added materially to the starts is just a lull before
future of strawberry produc what could be the biggest ms lb. 29
tion in Florida, University of building boom in history.
Florida scientists point out.
Contrary to some opinion,
the nation is not over.built.
Instead, a great pent-up need
for housing is accumulating,

Alexander temporarily tight money. Sooner restrained or later by, Ask G. C. For Special Meats Cut To Your Satisfaction

the demand should be unleashed
Lumber CompanyFLAGLER In unprecedented vol.

BRANCH ume.What
seems 'to confirm this Stokely's No. 303 Can

prospect Is the fact that new CUT for
SPECIALQuantity families are being formed at GREEN BEANS 5 $1 CRISCO
a rate well over a million a
year, now that the bumper
' Del Monte CREAM or No. 303 Can
"baby-crop" of World War II

Discount Paint has Some reached experts marrying predict age.that WHOLE KERNEL CORN 5 for $100 3 69*

SALESavings more than 20 million new
homes will be needed duringthe Eelbeck OMAHALONG Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

next ten years to house
RICE 3 3ge
up to 207o on these new families and re GRAIN Bag
place losses from existing
Exterior-Interior Pillsbury 19 oz. Pkg.
housing. DAIRY| SPECIAL-

Masonry-Wood Paint In view of the Impending For

Let us assist you with our demand for real estate, It's CAKE MIXES 3 $100Delite PattieOLEO 8 oz. Pattie
obvious that the time to buildis

remodeling or home now if you are ready and Sunburst (Carton of Six 10 oz. Size) Ea. IOe
improvement service. can afford to.
You may be pleasantly sur SOFT DRINKS Each 390
TO SAVE MONEY-
prised to find that the month. ( Deposit) Kraft Qt. Bottle
TRADE WITH JOHNNY ly payments for a home of

your own can be less than ORANGE JUICE Ea. 25c
your current rental. What's FOLGER'S

more, your housing dollars
PART OR FILL TIME WORK buy equity. Chances are, a FROZEN FOODSMorion' -
INCOME COFFEE
FOR ADDED
sound home built today will
WE SECURE ACCOUNT wanted greatly increase in value during CHICKEN-BEEF TURKEY
Reliable man or woman
as dealers In this area to service the forthcoming decade. 8oz
ALKA-SELTZKK.route for the WORLD ANACIN.FAMOUS BUK- According to the Southern 1 ii ; 47* POT PIES 3: Pkgs.: 49C

FERIN AND BAYER ASPIRINS Pine Association, !there are
sold vending through machine our In latest handy modern pillboxes many new ways and better Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Mrs. Paul's 9 oz. Pkg.
for which this companywill ways to build within a mod.
secure locations. Dealer est budget. For example, a Ea.
ships now being established and FISH STICKS
appointed upon our acceptance. roof system of wood trussed 3ge
Will not Interfere with your rafters creates Important con.
present employment collect and FRESH PRODUCE -
refill machines. Our company struction savings while assure
will extend some financial assistance ing maximum space for stor HeadLETTUCE
to qualified persons Large
BUT MUST HAVE $.*..O .OO to age and family living. Each
$2.810.00 cash available tmmed-
Idately for Inventory and equip 1ge CHEER
ment. Investment secured. Must THIS IS ALCOHOLISM
have car 8 spare hours weekly
could net up to M.OOO.OO per yearIn INFORMATION WEEK 1 lb. Cello
your spare time be able to GIANT
start start immediately at once. Income selling should experience Over 180,000 Floridians suf. CARROTSBAG Each 10e SIZE 4?
not necessary. If fullyqualified fer from alcoholism, a pro.
and Investment
for time
WRITE giving Name Address -. gressive illness !that afflicts 4 lb.
and Phone number for local one-out-of 16 normal drink. Bag Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
with
a
company personal Representative.Interview ers. For Information, contact APPLES 49C
I"ADACIIE.D."F.xno"01 the State of Florida Alcoholic
conr. Rehabilitation Program, P. O.
4267 Fine Natural Lawn 20 Bridge, Mo. Box 1147, Avon Park.

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FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS. DEC. 1, 1968
Smart Tips For


State Gardeners C1 risa stir life


7ager3eacl All last summer you want iS nev r et r e af

ed a shade tree-and neededIt ,e S-1-ore is always df
fi
badly. Your nurseryman .e, ri lt size a ref's
METHODIST CHURCH NEWS FLAGLER BEACH
kept telling you "wait until S 6i9 er e e y savi s #

Church School is 9:45: a. m. SCHOOL NEWSIn the dormant season" despite

and morning worship at 11 o' your please! .
for the
clock with Rev. Reynold Hoover preparation
minister. There will be a Thanksgiving holidays, Mrs. Well, now Is the dormant

Fellowship dinner next Sun Jennie Newell's Fifth grade season, says President Jack
class put on an original 2-act N
day immediately followingthe Siebenthaler of Florida Nurs- 3PD
worship service and the "Thanksgiving Story", writtenby
the class, for the entertainment ermen and Growers Associa
official board will meet after
of the student body, tion. If you have been needing .
the dinner. teachers and many parents on large trees I to provide immediate yQ

Methodist Youth Fellowshipmeets Wednesday afternoon in the shade In your gar
each Sunday eveningat school cafetorlum. den, get your selection made
6:30 p. m. All youths 12.21 and get that tree planted this
are invited to attend. Cherrie Hanna was the announcer month or next! We never can

Chapel Choir Rehearsal is For the "Today's be sure how long cool weather 1

each Wednesday evening at Thanksgiving", Act I, the will keep the trees dorm

5:45 p. m. and Chlancel Choir father was played by Terry ant, and as soon as they
Rehearsal immediately after Stryker; mother, Jackie Pre- start new growth, It is quite

wards at 6:30.: vatt; daughter, Mary Decker; difficult to move them suc

Will there be a Cub Pack at and son, Rodney Law. cessful. So don't be puttingoff

Flagler Beach? Next Monday, anything as Important as
of the
For the portrayal
Dec. 5th at 7:30 p. m. at the your shade tree!
First Thanksgiving, Act II,
Fellowship Hall of
Church at Flagler Beach, Thomas, Peggy Reynolds, will vary In Florida, becauseof your local nurseryman.'Where one of our native trees, is one-
Mr. Jim Patton, !the Scout Ex. Betty McNitt, Bobby Suits, the weather variance be- you live in the state does of the best. Also there are na.
of the Halifax District
ecutive Minnie Miller, Jackie Prevatt, tween the northern and south make a difference! tive Maples and the Syca-
will have in Cub
experts Dale Johnson, Rodney Law, ern borders of the state, it is mores which do well also.
Scouting present for a meet This is pretty much true of
Terry Stryker and Mary Deck. better that discuss
ing with parents of boys ages you your flowering trees, North and Some of the colorful smaller
er. Acting as Indians were shade tree need with your local
8 9 and 10 This is a Central Florida use Dogwood,
years.
Frank Bryan, Mike Abbott, FNGA nurseryman who trees grown in Southern
home centered and Redbud, Mimosa, Magnolia
program
Peggy Wilson, Craig Wilder, knows your climate, your Florida include Brazilian Pep
how
parents need to learn soulangeana, etc. of the more
Cherrie Hanna, Marty Green, soil, and the trees which do
be Albizzie lebbek (woman's
they can help their boys hardy type. South Central and per
Judy Decker, Darlene Mum. best there. Some of those
Cub Scouts. Parents of boys Southern Florida use Jacaranda tongue tree), Eucalyptus in
mah, Jackie Robinson and used all over the state include
who have signified their wishto Peltephorum, PoInciana,
variety Melalauce (
Donna Kaufman. Live Oaks, Water Oaks, Cherry punk
be Cubs have been notified.All Bauhinia, etc. which do not
Laurel and Camphor. In tree), Greville robusts etc.
other interested parentsare Immediately following the take too much cold.
North and Central Florida Small trees from North and
invited. play, school was dismissed for
the four day holiday. Hollies, and Magnolias are As for deciduous trees, Central Florida include the

Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. much prized. In South Florida which are excellent for shadein Ulmus parviflora semperirens

Bernie Wilson and familyover TIMBER MAN TO the Fiscus Exotic and the summer, (and becauseof (finger nail elm-weeping) and
the holidays were Gordon other tropical trees are beau the leaves falling in the Ulmus Drake (Fingernail elm
and Minnie Braswell and ADDRESS FCS CLUB tiful, and thrive well, provid winter) are good for patios, upright), and Eriobotrya Japonica -
ing the shade needed. So you etc. where you'd like the
-the Loquat or Japanese
children Don Gwen Greg
,
,
Guest at the December
speaker
see why It is better to discuss shade in the summer and sun Plum.
and Gloria, of Miami, and 6 meeting of the Flag.
David Prosser of Gainesville.Out ler Senior Citizens Club will

be Dave Perryman of Bunnell,
of town guests attend. a member of the firm of Bun.
ing Thanksgiving festivitiesat nell Timber Company.
the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Tony Bradac were Mr. and Perryman spent some time
Mrs. Ira Bartels of Barring. this year behind the Iron

on Chicago, Ill., John 'Bartels Curtain in Russia while on i
and Sally Dzioba, Florida a tour with a group of forestry r '
State Univ. students. Nancy officials. He will tell of his -.r :

Dzioba, a student at the Univ- experiences abroad at the !
of Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Senior Citizens meeting which ; Tang in good cheer.aH year with work.

Dzioba, Mr. and Mrs. William will be held in Community saving
,comfort-giving electric appliances
Londen, Mrs. Donald Schlelch- Hall of the Municipal BuildIng x
er and children, Sharon, Scott Flagler Beach. a+. a xa that add so much to good living at such

and Billy, all of Ormond There will be a potluck 1 ST1N c low cost. Remember, you're giving

Beach. supper at 6 p.m. with the pro. &1Zit A MIRY not once but a thousand times
gram to follow the fellowship
Mrs. Sam Walts from De- hour. Members are asked to when you give electrically)
land spent the Thanksgiving;
bring a covered dish and
with her in law
holidays son
table service. Coffee will be
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
furnished by the club.
Charles Meekins, and family.


Rev. and Mrs. E. Lester Mrs. Sarah Sheehan of

Stanton were the Thanksgiving Framlngton, Mass., arrived
guests of Mrs. Stanton's recently to spend the winter

brother, Dr. Ivan Smalley, and with her brother in law and ers a.
his wife of Maitland. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Dockendorff and Nancy Dock-

Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Wells of endorff.

Flagler Beach had their sons
visiting over the holidays; Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Li
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Wells Henry Shill over the Thanks full

and daughter, Margie, from giving holidays were her son,
Lake Park and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Frailey of Darien,

Henry Wells of Largo. Georgia. Also her daughter,
Miss Elaine Frailey of Daytona -
MODERN ELECTRIC RANGE
Beacli ELECTRIC DISHWASHER ELECTRIC NO-FROST
JUDSON STRYKER nameless and toneless for Frees Mom from the sink REFRiaERATOR-f KlULR
Cleaner,cooler,faster cooking" Washes,rinses,sanitizes and Ends
HONORED BY CHOIR Mr. and Mrs. Peter Phillips ...and tasthr meals,too. dries Saves 90 minutes 1 day. "supermarke messy defrostln for fresh,and. A
had as their guests for frozen foods
The Choir of the First Bap. Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs.

tist Church of Flagler Beach Al Phillips and son, ChIts of
honored their director, Judson Miami. Also Mrs. Glenn and
Stryker, wits a surprise birthday children of Flagler Beach. a t

party Wednesday night t L w

after social the hour rehearsal.the traditional Followinga THIS IS ALCOHOLISM } tlljYUR.RCUIID

birthday cake was served INFORMATION WEEK
with coffee to those present.
Choir members presentedhim If you need a "drink" in COLOR TELEVISION ELECTRIC DRnlt ELECTRIC AIR amRSI.cyCLI
CONDITIONER
with a large "eraser to the morning to start your day, Everything looks better In Ends weshdaydnsfgery.GIN Cools! In
color-for
erase all their mistakes", a you're showing an early dan enjoyment.) world of family "lUIIShlnoCOlMllence or night, day *Wer.Totrfed-and.proveJ!
baton, and other comical ger sign of alcoholism, says comfort In one compact unit.

gifts. They also presented him the State of Florida Rehabilitation

with a birthday gift. Program. C



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Bar dozens of etsy-does-it ielpe to male
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your holiday brighter and your ,,

Oyster Roast! Dec. 11, 1.25 per person t voile lighter.Lavishly fflurtratei 4'.


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TOP Prices Good

es. Thurs., Fri., Sat.
G
VALUE SUPER MARKET and MondayDec.

1, 2, 3,- and
Mill B.umentomology Rooks Duff Mill How.rd 5, 1966
gricultur home foods STAMPS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.
Phone 437-3201
One of two boys in the nationto Valentine Rooks, carried out his
win state honors in the traditionally winning agricultural project on
feminine 4-lIl1ome Improvement his parents' 160-acre farm. Florida Grade "A"
project, and a girl In developing skills in more
whose canned preserves helped efficient and profitable farming, Lb.
feed her family and neighbors Rooks also acquired three Citrus
during Hurricane Dora are County dairy awards and his FRYER 29FAMILY
among four Florida teen-agers poultry won blue ribbons at the Whole
recalling their recent trip to the Junior Livestock and Poultry
National 4-H Club Congress in Show and Sale in Ocala.
Chicago. Rooks helped to sod a pas.

Named state winners in their ture area for better grazing for CUT UP FRYERS 5 Bag................._................._. $179
1966 4-H projects by the Cooper. the family's dairy herd. lie used
ative Extension Service were: fertilizer to increase his tomato
June Howard, 18, Jacksonville; yield as part of his project. Lyke's Sugar Creek (Slab) Sliced Free U. S. Choice
Vicki Baum, 18, Fort Lauder. Miss Howard, the daughter of
dale; Robert Duff, 17, Holly Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Howard, BACON lb. 55 CHUCK STEAK: lb. 590 I II
wood, and Eugene Rooks, 17, was the alternate state winnerin
Inverness. food preservation in 1964 and
Duff, the home improvement 1965, and finally received the
winner was the guest in Chicagoof top award this year.A U. S. Choice Lyke's (Sugar Creek) (Sliced Free)
The S&H Foundation, Inc.. freshman at the Universityof I ROUND lb. SMOKED ,b. I II
while Miss Howard, the food Florida, Miss Howard dis. STEAK 890 PICNICS 45
preservation winner, was spon. tributed some of her tasty pre
sored by Kerr Glass Manufac. serves to hard-pressed neighborsafter _
turing Corporation.Miss Hurricane Dora. I PORK (Meaty) Fresh

Baum, entomology win. She canned 90 pints of food .......__...
I NECK BONES 5 Ibs...... .$1.00 Ocean Ibs. I
the of Hercules this candied
ner Incorporated was guest and Rooks was fruits.year including TIPS 4 lbs.............._.....__.......$1.00 MULLET 4 $100RIB
hosted by International Harvester Miss Baum concentrated on
Company, sponsor of the insect control in her award-win.
agricultural program. ning entomology project. World's Best U. S. ChoiceGROUND
Duff, son of Mr. and Mrs. II She eliminated all standing "". lb.
Quentin Duff, constructed furniture water In which insects breed, BEEF 2 990 RIB STEAKS 890Folger's
for the family Florida grew house plants in soil, sandor
room and made a hi f i set in his vemiculite, rather than wa.
winning home improvement ter, and washed and refilled ani. (Reg. or Drip)

project.lie has won 111 ribbons in mal Miss drinking Baum pans.attended the 1965 1Kb.!
4-H work and received the Bro National 4-H Citizenship Short
ward County achievementaward. Course in Washington, D.C. Her COFFEE ] 475Limit
parents are Mr. and Mrs. George Tin
Rooks, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Baum.

((1)) with $5.00 or more food order
PRESIDENTIAL MRS. PARKER DIES Shortening
IN ALABAMA FRIDAYMrs.

MEMORIAL Loudella Parker of .
CERTIFICATESM. Leesburg, Alabama, motherof BAKERITE I : 57Limit
Marvin H. Parker of Bun. Tin
T. Dixon, of the Florida nell, passed away Friday in
Dept. of Veterans Affairs, a hospital there. She had
stated today 'that to honor the been hospitalized since last ((1)) with $5.00 or more food order
memory of deceased membersof July when she was injured in
the Armed Services, the an automobile wreck. She Kraft ((32 oz. Jar)
was 81.Funeral.

Veterans Issue to Administration the next of kin will a service was held Quart
there Sunday afternoon. 47
Presidential Memorial Certif. Survivors include three Miracle Whip Jar
icate. Eligibility for receipt of daughters, Mrs. Lena Butler,
the certificate' will be determined Leesburg, Mrs. Margie Huf-
stetler of Atlanta, and Mrs.
by prima facia evidenceof Lucille Hood of Gadsden, Limit (1)) with $5.00 or more food order
the character of dischargeof
Alabama; 3 sons, Milford of
the deceased veteran which Culmer, Alabama, Malcolm of
must have been other than Miami and Marvin of Bun. Shurfine (Tall) Sunlite (303 Can Jim Dandy
dishonorable. The citation is nell. CANNED
CANNED
mailed directly to the person QUICK
entitled by the Veterans Ad. UIHLEIN
ministration once the eligible MRS. MILK TOMATOES
DIES AFTER GRITS
next of kin has been determ.
ined. Formal AUTO ACCIDENTMrs.
applications are
not necessary. Margie Uihlein of Daytona 7 Cans $100 1 3 Cans 39"
Beach and Seafood L. I., '
Dixon said request from :a 535'
N. Y., died there November 17
close friend or relative, or associate as the result of an automobile Limit (7) Cans Please Limit ((6)) Please
will be honored when accident.She .
no certificate has been issuedto
the eligible next of kin. was a native of Nat.
However, where death occur- chez, Miss., the daughter of
ed prior to March 8, 1962, the Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Fields.
next of kin must initiate the She had resided in Daytona Monogram (L. G.) Hi-C 46 oz. Jim Dandy
for the Presidential Beach a number of years and
Certificate.request All persons interested also at Dupont in Flagler (S. R. or Plain)

should contact their local County. RICE
Veteran County Service Funeral services and inter. DriiNKs MEAL
Officer. ment were in Seafood.
She is survived by her

Bookkeeping and Seafood husband and Louis Daytona Uihlein Beach.of 3 a 39''Y lb.

Income Tax ServiceR. TO DESIGN TOWER 3- 89 5 Bag 35"BAKERY

T. ShockneyP.
Minoru Yamasaki, who de.
O. Box 842
signed the U. S. exhibition
Ormond Beach. Florida
building at the Seattle World's
Phone 6774587 Fair, will design a 1,000. Frozen Foods PRODUCE -
foot freedom tower for Inter.WIMBERLY'S .
Everfresh ((20 oz.) Morton's 8 oz. Meat Red

BREADS 950 PIES S for 9ge GRAPES lb 190

RESTAURANTU.

Everfresh (Reg.) Golden Gem 6 oz. Orange Yellow Bag ((3 lb. Bag)
S. 1-North Bunnell

HOME COOKINGSTEAKS BREAD 950 JUICE for 990 ONIONS 35cHotdogHamburger


CHOPS SEA FOODS Big Scoop Fresh Crisp Head

PLATE LUNCH.$1.00 BUNS Pkg.Set.' .. 210 Ice MILKg!f.4ge LETTUCE 1geShare

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TO THE TEST DECEMBER 5
Crest With
Apples cheese
Area residents interested in

LETTERS pi"ting their skills to use in

EDITORDuring developing nations around the
world are invited to take the

Pe"ce Corps placement test at

3 p. m. on Monday, Decem-
ber 5, at Main Post Office in

the last two years I but we could lend our effortsto Daytona Beach, Florida.

have been to six meetings help get industry for near The peace Corps uses the

which we call marketing by communities, such as Bun. placement test to determine

meetings. These are meetingsof nell, and then become the how 'an applicant can best be
= s dealers, in which we listento residential area for people utilized! overseas. The test
rimi
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f men from different industries employed there. In my opinion measures general aptitudeand
connected with the our greatest asset is our the ability to learn a

building trades, including desirable location and climate language, not education or

salesmanagers, financial ex for retired people. And achievement (If test scores
perts, sales engineers and this can be a most desirable Indicate a limited language-

many others who are considered form of industry, or commun learning ability, for example,
tops in !the developmentfields. ity income.I the Peace Corps tries to place

These meetings usual. the ooplicant in an English-
F felt like the golf course
ly last two or three days. speaking country.) The placement .
would be a good small indus
While I there mak
am sitting test
requires no preparation
try for us, and I worked three
think of
ing notes, I often and is noncompetitive
it. it is
Flagler Beach, and how some years getting When -an applicant can neither

The apple of the cook's eye this fall may very well be capped of these things might help to in people operation playing we who will will have buy pass or fail.
with cottage: cheese and coconut. Since influence the progress of our
like their
some hot
apples lunches in Flagler, spend The application form, not
and some like them cold, the Borden Kitchen offers two versions. town. .
the placement test is the
,
In one cottage cheese money for drugs etc. and
sour cream, and coconut are combined and
then chilled; in the other, apples are browned under broiler. Marketing is a vague word eventually many of them may most important factor in the
that is being used a great decide to live here, and either selection of Volunteers. Per.
Collage CFicene-Coconut Crooned Apples deal today to cover many buy a home or rent some of sons interested in serving in
(Makes servings,) .;* angles of business by which our vacant houses. the Peace Corps must fill out
6 medium-size firm red 1 cup ((8-oz. container) the combination of forces an application, if they have
baking apples Borden's cottage cheese Lets look 'at the retirement
not already done so, and pre.
3/4 used to move products or
cup sugar sieved
1 cup water 1/2 cup sour services to the consumer. This picture; suppose we could induce sent it to the tester before
cream
1/2 cup flaked coconut "*. \ use of the word is fine for a 1,000 retired couples to taking the test. Applications
Wash and live here if we had to spend may be obtained from local
core apples. Starting at stem end:!, pare apples one- manufacturer who makes
third way down. Place in shallow baking pan, pared side up. breakfast foods, beauty products some money in order to do it. post offices or from the Peace
Combine sugar and water in saucepan; bring to a boil. Cook G to or maybe even banking, Even the lower average re Corps, Washington, DC 20525.
8 minutes. Pour over apples. Basting apples frequently, bake in but for the purpose of gettinga tiree has an income that averages The placement test takes
moderate (3500F.) oven 30 to 45 minutes, or until, tender when $250. per month. This
in normal about hour and half.
town to grow a an a
with
fork.
pierced Remove ')
apples :from oven. Chill. Lightly would put $250,000 per monthin
combine cottage cheese way, maybe we should use
sour cream and coconut. Crown each apple circulation in this It
with mixture. If desired, serve with additional the marketing concept. Thatis area.
sour cream. also creates about 500 jobs for plant brought VARIATION all examination of
Co
: t&Hie cottage cheese, sour cream and coconut. an over
Fill apple centers with mixture and place under broiler until what we have that might appeal younger people, such as entire area.
\ghtli browllcc1.CLASSIFIED. to the general public or clerks, small stores, barbers, I wonder how many of our
even to certain groups. This druggists etc. Also creates a citizens feel like I do that
need for bank and other im should be
a something done to
would be a plan of thinkingin
terms of what the consu provements. When you multiply at least guide the development .
this $250,000. by twelve of the area. I would 'appreciate
mer wants instead of what
months it runs into several hearing how you
we want. We are now livingin
million dollars, which is prob. feel about this.
a world of fluency where
ADS ably 15 to 20 times the amuntof SincerelyE.
the consumer is king and
money that the cement H. Threadgill
finding out that the consumer
.
LI.tt.ge under thU heading ere 3 cento pet word each Insertion wants is a never ending uJ'I( !IIK'ftS1IM1' JmlIllllmmJIlmm12WIlI----:---mJ1JI- Jnmm JlMJOOOO. JI J ,
job. So we are going to haveto
FOAM OR KAPOK PILLOWS, FOR THE BEST PRICE on a create a climate where all UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
$1.19; full size mattress and new Oldsmobile or value rat. of todays procedures, systemsand

box springs, $19.00; Single ed used car, call Fred Fitts, sacred cows are broughtout

size mattress and box springs, Sunrise Oldsmobile, Daytona into light of todays market

$12.50. Jerry's Furniture and Beach, 255-7475 ll-10-4tp and examined against [
Appliances, Old Dixie Highway these new consumer criteria.A STAN DARD
CAR FOR SALE 54 Pontiac
,
2 miles south of Korona. town after all is a multi
Phone 4373752. 12.1-ltc. good condition mechanically, product operation, and the
good tires, excellent condition,
things that and I like
LOSE WEIGHT safely with $125.00. Call 4373735. 12-1-ltc you
about Flagler Beach might be
Dex-A-Dlet Tablets. Only 98c
at FOR SALE in Model Land sold to others.
Moody Pharmacy. 10-20-8tp
Co. Sub-division, Flagler JIMMYHARGETT
We should work out a basic SERVICE
HOUSE FOR SALE-2 story Beach, Lots 7, 8, 9, Block 3,
of gathering the pertinent
plan
frame house, 200 North Rail. Lots 7, 8, 9, 10, Block 4, Lots
road street. Inquire after 7 5, 6, Block 5, B. A. Ballon, P. facts toward as to what consumer we have attitude Fuel Oil and Disel Delivery
p. m. Phone 4373580. 10.6-TF O. Box 718, St. Augustine, Fla.
to offer; the definition as to
Dec. 181522.29 5tc.
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain who is our prospective custo Call 437-7172

fields installed; Rota Roter PAINTINGS Sale or Rent mer; what we have to offer FOR FAST DELIVERY

snail shell. Reasonable prices. Average monthly rental fee, that particular customer;
Call George Jarosz, 437-3410 150250. Rental fee and show the facts about what we Corner Moody Boulevard and U. S. No. 1XllJlllII1hmI'IJIIIKMJIIII

8-1-tf nominal deposit be have to offer that particular ...,
may ap !\
ItIAI..IIAJ I '=='''''''"''''m'JWJJa
plied to purchase price after customer; show the facts
HOUSE FOR SALE-with 1-5 3 months if desired. Monthly about what we have to offer,

acres improved land, CB-2-BR, terms may be arranged. Ann what is unique or different

bath, built in kitchen. Located Creal, 300 S. Stone Street. about our product or service; IT'S TOY TIME
five miles west of Bunnelloff 4373315. Dec. 1.8.15, 3tp what' are its competitive demerits .
highway 100. Call David as well as its advan
J. Burnsed in Gainesville at HIGH SCHOOL DROPOUTS- tages; what it will cost to
376-0619. Oct. 6, TF 16 to 22 years of age to workat render that service and whatwe

Washington Oaks State will It. In other
profit by
REASONABLE CASH for furn- Park under NYC program. words we are going to have
fished waterfront house or $1.25 hr. Phone 4392461. & 1IfJ 10
apartment house. W. A. per 11-17-24-12-lc to sell for in sale.place of Just offering -

Moody, Rt. No.8, Box 187,

Asheville, N.C. 1124.3tp WANTED Retired couple We are going to have to ar

and wanted for caretakers to live rive at specific definitions of
LEFT IN LAY-A-WAY,
on premises and watch
grove. objectives in precise terms
never picked up, 66 model
No work involved. Contact H.
and set goals that the whole
Swing Needle Dial hundreds-O-Matic of R. Hunt, P.O. Box 668, Flagler population can work toward. Tricycles-Murray
Zig Zag, makes Beach, Fla. Phone 4392043.
fancy stitches, makes automatic 11.24.12.1 2tp We should adopt a plan of Wagons-Radio Line
buttonholes, Sews on advertising, and probably a
buttons, blind hems, monograms FOR SALE-13 cu. ft. chest slogan that will express our Fisher
embroiders, darns, type freezer $80. 14 ft. Fiberglass desires. Like "Gleem tooth Price Toys

patches, etc. Guaranteed. As. boat and Evinrude mo paste is for those who can't
sume remaining 6 paymentsof tor $300. 612 John Anderson brush every day", or "You Games-All Kinds

$6.00 Ph. Daytona 255-6431. Highway, Flagler Beach, Ph. have a friend at the Chase",
11-24-12-1 2tp 4392310. 11-24-12-1 2tp or "The world's most famous Tonka Construction

Y..",... ...................................................or......v...."................./tV...."... "'. beach."
Many people feel that a Machines
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT town needs industry in orderto

grow. Anything that will Table and Chair Sets
AMBULANCE I bring money to a community
will help and might be calledan
SERVICEVAlley 4 1625 industry. Washington D.C. Walking Dolls

ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA has no industry as such, but
Kenner
Bake
the Federal Government acts Ovens "

Never be besltunt about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We :! as an industry and providesthe

are always at your service with promptness safety and necessary features for Rushton Plush Toys
growth. At present there are
:w.. experience more than 400 industrial FREE Gift WrappingEasy

r parks in Florida, all trying to
.f With Resusita'ar and Inhalator
Equipped Oxygen
get some sort of industry, and
," we are not in a position to Lay-A-Way
-= Garcia Funeral Home compete with these. In fact

} P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director suitable Flagler Beach for industry proper that is not requires COME IN TODAY

;: LADY ASSISTANT the use of machinery,

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7-THE FLACLEB TRIBUNE THURS. DEC. 1, 1966
Agri-Business Top

---- Money Maker In [KNOW YOUR FJItfl!



State Of Florida Aviation


Agriculture has become "the Electrician's ,.MateO
largest single industry" in
the state of Florida, Dr. E. T.
N.
York Jr., provost for agricul-
ture at the University of Flor-

ida said today."Agriculture. e4

Is coming Into 4t
prominece more than ever before
'f ," he said, "since food is
/ .' basic to life and everyone is
'it ,(/ li; affected."
'
I.'$'<,.. The man pushing a plow Is
i. Z" ,'If: j as out of date as a Model T

iJ J ,:'::(' ." l Ford, knickers and the
Charleston. Today's agriculture
'COSTLY TOY. Angela PInney looks over a gleamingscale is a highly specializedand
model of an American horse-drawn fire engine of 1870 complex business using
one of a number of rare replicas on sale recently at Christie's the very latest In science and
'in London. The models brought record prlces.'Thls one wentto
technology including some of
a buver for 8.232..
the same types of computers
SURPRISE PARTY employed In our space pro 1
Florida Stations gram. V
FETES COUPLEMr. NAVY A/RCMFT TODAY'S JIT AGE
Agriculture in the Sunshine
HtStKTAMAZtOHUCTlVCAtMtCHANISMSAW
and Mrs. Tom Lenssen state alone Is valued at more
Director SpeaksOut than $4 billion ClW/Itt THAT Df/END UPON THE
and
hosted a surprise party Saturday annually
EXPERt CARE OF nc AVIATION IUCTIUCIAH'S
evening at their home, climbing. This, York said
For ResearchA T Double L Ranch. makes agri-business the big HAH.IHSTMMCNTS FOR SAft NAVIGATION
gest segment of the state's MWEN4ND CONVERTER SYSTEMS COMPASSES
The occasion the ninth
was economy. IANM6 ClAK AND flAK-THE At KEEL
wedding anniversary of Mr.
top University of Florida Realizing a need for a more ALL AlKMtT tUCTiaCAt W/fMM/K TOP
and Mrs. Louis Steflik.
scientist said that even unified approach to the solution OMUme CONDITION.
though agriculture appears A delectable buffet dinner of the state's agricultural
included a roasted whole problems, the Florida Boardof
"out of the doghouse" in the
suckling pig prepared by the Regents approved the cre-
eyes of many, the world Is hosts was served. ation of the Institute of Food I
still heading toward a food Enjoying the affair were and Agricultural Sciences

crisis, and no talk or confer Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Shields IFAS) at the University of
ence is going to solve the Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brown, Mr. Florida in 1964.
problem. and Mrs. Charles Meekinsand It's made up of the Collegeof JUST ARRIVED
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hum Agriculture, the Agricultural .
Writing In the current issueof phries. Extension Service, and
the Florida Agricultural the School of Forestry.The .
Experiment Stations quarterly nology 'has to be exported to Institute is sort of an FRESH POTTED
Sunshine State Agricultural far places. administration "umbrella" designed
Research Report Dr. J. R. After the Korean Conflict U. to tie together the related CHRYSANTHEMUMSALSO
Beckenbach director, states S. farmers continued at, high functions of agricultural
that "If we are to feed our production levels in the face teaching research and extension
selves adequately, export sub of diminishing demands. work.
stantial production to starvation "The surpluses that result. The UF provost, who has
areas, plus export technical ed gave proof of the Increased been at Florida for three FRESH FLOWER
know-how, four factorsare productivity from applied years, feels the Institute is
"
necessary. technology, and special farm playing a major role In the ARRANGEMENTS

He said U. S. productionhas programs were divised to cut development of Florida's dynamic
to Also kind back production" Dr. Becken- agricultural Industry.
go up. some
of reasonable birth control bach said. "Few realize the scope and Black's Flower Shop
must prevail on an international He points out that resent- size of the Institute and its
scale. Third the direc- ment built up against agriculture operations," York said. More
than half the Institute's 111 N. FORSYTHE STREET
or said in agriculture must because these pro personnel
tor said research in agriculture grams provided subsidy payments are engaged In off-
must come up with improved for farmers and because campus work at 20 research
technology so that pro the surpluses boughtby stations scattered around the
duction can Increase and finally the government, cost much state and 66 county Exten.
that some of this tech- for storage. sion agent offices.
There was even talk of declaring 'Over 90 percent of the In- Charles TindellATTORNEY
a "moratorium" on stitute's efforts deal with re-
agricultural research which search and development of

HASTINGS MATTRESS was blamed for the surpluses, the state's agricultural econ AT LAW
the director said. omy," York said.
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS
"Now with severe droughtIn "No other program at the ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF AN
710-12 Lemon St. India and elsewhere the University of Florida Is so

Palatka. Florida surpluses have melted away, directly concerned with the
Phone EA 5.9166 and suddenly we are on the economy of the state." OFFICE FOR THE PRACTICE OF

Furnitu-*, Upholstering verge of shortages," he add Florldas ag economy is
Repairer & Refinished "the fastest growing" of any LAW AT
Mattresses & Box Springs ed.Only months ago, a decrease state In the nation accordingto
Made to Order,Also Renovated in agricultural research the UF provost.
CaD Laura Morris 437-3233 funds was recommended by In the 17 years from 1948 to 111 N. STATE STREET

After 6:00 P. M. the USDA, acting under bud 1965, the state's farm Income
PRICES REASONABLE. get restrictions. has Jumped 200 percent. The BUNNELL, FLORIDA
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. "However Congress has restored national average, on the other
Just as near as your these proposed cuts, hand was only 20 percent.
Phone or Post Office but is seems clear that thereis "While many Individuals EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 15, 1966
Drop Us A Card or Call a lack of understanding of groups, and organizations
Free Pick-up & Delivery the world's agricultural dilemma contributed to the growth

in some high places," this tremendous progress ** ,.
Dr. Beckenbach warns. would not have occured without s
the research and educational MAGICIAN
programs of the University

Flagler County Insurance Perhaps." a big Indication of

the growing Importance of agriculture
In the state is the
Agency Inc. fact that enrollment: In the
College of Agriculture at Florida
has increased 55 to 60
All Forms of Insurance percent since 1963. EnrollmentIn -
the School of Forestry has Watch the magician If you could have purchased a
105 North Bay Street .:- Phone 437-3171 approximately doubled In the doubt the hand Is qukfctr better Item at a better price.

Bunnell, Florida 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTY same period."In than the eyel You know you Don't buy things at their
think this increase is ore being d.c!.ved,yet you face value. Look for brand
BONDS also due to the challenge created don't know how. And, the names for warranties. Purchase -
by the agricultural needsof magician never Ulli. from a reputable

ulation the world.is Since our pop- If you art lilt most of vi, d.aler"who guarantees service -
growing faster than
at one tint or another and satisfaction.
you
BUDDY KNOX our food production, the number
one problem facing us Is have pulled the wool over Your best bet li to look

YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER how to feed everyone. These your own tyti. Maybe you first to the local business
purchased (Item at The established
Increasing demands and torn a community.
Bunnell Atlantic Service StationU. needs are requiring more 'bargain' prIce, later to findIt local merchant usually! hoi .

well-quallfled, trained people not suitable for the job you long years of experience In

S. Highway 1tfr5x Day Phone 437-3652 ," Dr. York said. thought" It would do. Maybe, providing quality products
you .also discovered you and satisfactory service./ **
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FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS. DEC. 1, 1966 MISS SALYERDS, ..,..--- --

MR. COUNCIL '


EXCHANGE marriage VOWSThe of Miss Janet 'I' ;<, : i111a'J

Salyerds of Bunnell to Mr. 4 1

Robert E. Council of Pierson, )
,
LOCAL S O the Florida afternoon was at five of November o'clock in .: > '

> ,
24, 1966. The ceremony was
performed by Justice of Peace

MERCER FAMILY ENJOYS FAMILY Jimmy Taylor of Pierson.

The ceremony was at the r,
ENJOYS REUNIONON GET TOGETHER home of the bride's grand. j .,'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester
THANKSGIVINGThe
THANKSGIVING
.
Stone of Pierson. The bride is .'>1,
family of Frank and Mr. and Mrs. Levi Brannamhad the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Martha Mercer gathered at as their guests at a Tommy Salyerds of Bunnell. rn J
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thanksgiving Dinner at their Serving as maid of honor <. Y
Mercer, North Anderson street, home, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. was the bride's sister Miss ( ,>','..w,
for a Thanksgiving get to. Groover of Indianapolis, In. Sharon Salyerds. Serving as ,,>:"I<.<
gether. diana; Mr. and Mrs. Charles best man was Robert Stone,
Present were Emma Mast. Groover New Smyrna Beach; uncle of :the ,bride. Those pres.
ers, St. Augustine; Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. David Shields, ent were a few close friendsof
Mrs. Leland Lyons and Mr. Merritt Island; Mrs. Martha the couple.

and Mrs. Lynn Lyons and Moore and children, Molly Following the ceremony a
their children Allen, Lisa, and Tiger, Ormond Beach; reception was held. The cou
Dana, of Jacksonville; Zeno Miss Susan Brannam, Palat pIe left during the afternoonfor
Mercer and children, Chris ka; Miss Pearlman of Gaines. West Palm Beach where
and Judy, of Daytona Beach; ville; Jim Miller and James Mr. Council is employed with :::
Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Mercer Alan Brannam of Bunnell.Mr. RCA. IL
and children, Rob, Malinda,
Marilyn, and Walton, of Hast
and Mrs. O. F. Alford Mrs. Margie Hufstetler of
ings; Mrs. Frank Mercer and 4
and Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Atlanta, Ga. is the houseguestof
Ray and Wanda's children, :.._ ..
King and daughter, Vicki, her brother and sister in r
Becky, Louie, Martha, and
the dinner of Mr. law, Marvin and Lola Mae
Frank, all of Bunnell. Mr. were guests BURNSED KING VOWS EXCHANGED
is in and Mrs. Larry King in St. Parker. Wednesday Mrs. Huf
Mercer a patient the Bun.
Augustine Thursday. stetler and Mrs. Parker left
nell General Hospital. for Miami for a visit with Miss Suzette King becamethe Barber.. They wore tangerine
Malcolm Parker and family. bride of James A. Burnsedin gowns of the same design of
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. Holiday guests of Mr. and a impressive candlelight the honor attendant. They also
Mrs. Paul Stanish were Mr. service at the First carried
A. Edmonson for Thanksgiving Baptist cascade bouquets of
Finesse Bridge Club met
and Mrs. David Burnsed and
Dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Church of Bunnell, Wednesday tangerine carnations with
at the home of Mrs. Sam
children of Gainesville and
L. H. Drady, Mr. and Mrs. evening, November 23rd. matching velvet leaves and
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Stanish of Broadaway Tuesday evening.
Reverend Charles
Ralph Massey and children', Anders of satin streamers.
High scorer was Mrs. Kene
Karen and Lesa. St. Augustine.Miss ficiated in the double ring
Gurnee. The Club will meet Serving as best man for
ceremony. Miss Linda Skolar
Celestine Stanish and Tuesday, December 6th at 8 the bridegroom was his
was organist and Mrs. Berni!
Mrs. Rosely Cameron re Charles Trad attended the p. m. at the home of Mrs. J. Hlrschl brother Jerry Burnsed. Ushers
turned to her home Monday Miami vs. Florida football O. Craig.Mr. was soloist. were Buddy Taylor, Donald
after a Thanksgiving visit in Gainesville Satur- The bride is the daughterof Pellicer and Hutch King,
with Mrs. Ann Peardon in game Mr. and Mrs. H. C. King of brother of the bride.
day. They visited with Mr. and Mrs. Mike Steflik
Bunnell. The bridegroom is
Beach.
Daytona and Mrs. David Burnsed while were in Orlando Sunday Following the ceremony,
the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Mr. and Mrs. entertain.ed .
there. where they attended an An. King
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pendarvis tique Show at the Orlando Burnsed of St. Johns Park. with a reception at their
.
and children of Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Eisen- Garden Club.Richard The bride, given in marriage home, 201 East Magnolia Ave.

were here with her parents, bach and children, Heidi, floor by her father, selecteda The bride's table overlaid

Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Gordon Benton and Hervey and Mrs. Yelvington of Atlanta tllly lace.length The gown fitted of bodice chan with an imported lace and

during the holidays. "Neva Eisenbach spent Thursday Georgia, spent the hole had ,a scalloped neckline hand embroidered linen cloth,
in Vero Beach with Mr. idays here with his mother, touched with sequins and was centered with a beautiful
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond and Mrs. J. II. Southerandand Mrs. Laura Yelvington.Mr. long pointed sleeves. The full embossed three tiered
Smith and sons, Sam and family. Mrs. Eisenbach bouffant skirt fell In tiers of wedding cake topped with a
Ray, spent Thanksgiving in remained for several days and Mrs. C. B. Stickneyof chantilly lace accented with bride and groom. Also on the
Bartow the guests of Mr. and and returned home Monday.Mrs. St. Petersburg spent the twinkling sequins which able was a three branched

Mrs. Jim Wilson, Jr., and fame holiday weekend here with swept into a chapel train. silver candelabra holding
ily. Vernon Brinson spent their son in law and daugh Her pillbox crown of re-embroidered white lighted tapirs, minia
the holiday weekend visitingin ter, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy alencon lace etch ture white mums and ferns.

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Blakelywere the Ocala National Forest Chambers.The ed with seed pearls, held a Presiding at the serving
In Crossville, Tenn., over with Mr. and Mrs. John A. fingertip lace bordered Span table was Mrs. Virginia King,
the holiday weekend visiting Torode and also in Jackson. many friends of Mrs. ish Mantilla. She carried a Mrs. Thersa Maher, Miss Ra-
with relatives. vile with her daughter, Miss Virginia Wyndham will be cascade of white carnations beth Hersey They were assisted

Sue Brinson.Mr. sorry to learn she was ad. centered with a white orchid, by Mrs. Harry Atkin.
Levi Brannam Sr., and M. mitted ,to Bunnell General and white satin streamers.The son. Mrs. Jerry Burnsed kept
B. Fuller were in Lake Helen and Mrs. Earl Rice were Hospital last Wednesday for brides maid of honor the Bride's Book.Following .

Friday evening attending the called to Mason City, Iowa medical treatment. was her sister, Miss Vicki the reception Mr.
40 and 8 meeting. last week by the serious illness .
King. She wore a floor length and Mrs. Burnsed left on a
of Mrs. Rice's father. Connie Rearick and Wesley gown of mint green taffeta short wedding trip to pointsof
Steve Cyzycki is in the Vet. Thomas were in Jacksonville and chiffon, fashioned with a Interest in South Florida.
erans hospital in Lake .City Rhonda Pellicer celebratedher Saturday where they attendedthe scooped neck. The empire de.
for medical 'itreatment. eighth birthday anniversary Wape Convention at Jack. sign featured an A-Line skirt. KAREN MOODY
with a party at her home sonville Coliseum.The Her flowers were a cascade
Mrs. Nell Allen has return. Friday. Members of her fam bouquet of mint green carnations HONORED ON
ed to her home here after a ily celebrated visit in Albany, Georgia with with her.Jimmy. Buckner will be happy to and satin streamers.The BIRTHDAY

her daughter, Mrs. Louise learn he returned to his home bridesmaids were Miss Karen Moody was honored
Durshlmer. She accompaniedMrs. and Wilda Hargetthad Monday from Bunnell General Sheryl Skolar and Miss Kathy guest at a Sweet Sixteen
Allen home for a short as their guests Thanksgiving Hospital. Eugene recently Birthday party Wednesday
visit. their daughter, Sherry, underwent surgery on his
evening at the Bunnell Civic
CARD OF THANKSWe
of Miami, who is attending back.
Center. About
(thirty five of
Sam Smith, a student at North Dade Junior Collegeand wish to express our her friends and classmateswere
in Rome Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Don Deal Mrs. Lou Ann Bacon cele
Berry Academy thanks for the many calls, present to enjoy dancing .
visited here during the holi and Shyla and Donnie of Mi. brated her birthday anniver food, and flowers from so and: games. Birthday cake
days with his parents, Mr. ami. sary at the Bunnell Restau many of our Flagler County and punch were served
and Mrs. Raymond Smith. rant Saturday. She was the friends following the deathof ing the evening. 9ur.
Mrs. Elsie Wescott of Bra. recipient of many gifts pre. Mrs. Margaret Glover of St. Hosting the party were her
Mickey and Boyce Atkinson denton visited here Monday sented to her by her coworkers Augustine.Jim parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
visited in South Daytona over with relatives and friends. who enjoyed the occasion Helen and Rayburn Moody, and her sister, Mrs.

the weekend with their uncle with her.Guests. Glover, P. A., Walter, Lloyd, Lawrence West.SUSAN'S .
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs Miles Holly Lou Steflik celebrated'her Decature and Henry Ed.
Moody. third, birthday with a din. of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. monson.
ner party Tuesday evening Church Thanksgiving Day in Mrs. Lucille Yoeman.
Mrs. Edith Allen Is expect. given by her parents, Mr. 'and cluded Mrs. N. C. Church and
ed to return home during the Mrs. Louis Steflik at their Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wlllborn of Grace and Michele REHEWYOURDRIVER'S
weekend after a visit in Jefferson home. Daytona Beach and Mr. and had their Steflik LICENSE .L
Mrs. Jim Myers and three as weekend house mm YOUR "
City, Mo., with her Miss Leila
guest, Odett of Tal
brother and sister in: law, Mr. Dr. Allen Reynolds addessed children of Ft. Lauderdale. lahassee. BIRTH MONTH
and Mrs. Ralph Choate. the Orange County Dental
I Society in Orlando Monday Enjoying Thanksgiving here
Mrs. Molly Spencer of Or. night. Dr. Reynold's topic was with Mrs. Louis Trad were
lando was injured in an au "Why I Am Proud to be a her son in law and daughter,
tomobile accident last Friday. General Dentist". Dr. Reynoldswas Mr. and Mrs. Andy Anderson

She is a patient at Orange invited to speak to the and 2 sons of Orangeburg, Antique Bottle Shop
Memorial Hospital In Orlan group again when they meetin South Carolina. Also Mrs.
do. Those from Bunnell visit. the spring.Mr. Trad's sister, Mrs. Peter Jab-

ing her Sunday were her sisters ley and children, Charles 9B AVILES STREETST.
Mrs. Kate Bankston, Mrs. and Mrs. Gordon Walker Trad and Kay Trad, all of
Mattie Pelllcer and Mrs. Ed and daughter Janet, and Daytona Beach. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
Copeland; Mrs. Jeanette Ber Carol Egley of Wildwood vis *
tha, Mrs. Joan Atkinson, Mrs. ited here Sunday with Mrs. Evelyn White entertainedwith Rare Old Bottles
Glenda Pelllcer and Mr. and Daisy Walker and Miss Lu a dinner party Saturday Crockery
Mrs. Walton Johnston and cille Walker. evening at her home honor. Old Kerosene
children.Mr. ing Mrs. Raymond Pugh on Lamps
Annabel Barber returned her birthday. Also celebrat Little GiftsCollectors

/ and Mrs. Otis ,Nipper home .Wednesday after' visit. ing the occasion was Mr. Items I
were business visitors in"J Ing, !two weeks in St. Augustine Pugh and Alan Pugh, Mr. Books On Old Bottles8THE
Douglas, Ga. Monday thru: with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Roy Gordon and Mrs. Mildred
Wednesday. Johnson. Kahlert.




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