The Flagler tribune
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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: December 29, 1966
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
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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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Frances Novak

Dies At Home In The Flagler TribuneVOL.

BeachMrs. I It Happened in Flagler
Flagler County 10. 20 40 years ago

Frances Novak died at 7 !
her home, 1409 Flagler Ave 54 NO. 52 BUNNELL. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 29. 1966 $2.50 A YEAR

nue, Flagler Beach Monday
morning. She was 83 years of 10 YEARS AGO .

age.A During 1956 the City of Bun.
native of Poland she cameto ; 1 nell Issued building permits
< the United States as a ,p Itotaling $289,135. Of this
child. She moved to Flagler # r amount $132,700 was for new
County in 1917 from Minto, \ home construction; altera
N. D. She had lived in Flag tions, repairs and additions
ler Beach for the past ten ',
II tt $14,235; churches $74,400;
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years. commercial buildings $51,550.
She was a member of St. 1o A for issued
/ permit $7,500 to
Church of Ko- \
Mary's Catholic the school board for a bus ga
rona, The Korona CommunityClub rage and one for $8,750 for
and the Rosary Society. D addition to the Flagler Clinic
Survivors Include seven and Hospital.
daughters, Mrs. Martha Zysk F
and Mrs. Mamie Wolski, both 20 YEARS AGO
Year .
of Flagler Beach, Mrs. Rose Happyew
Baker of Lansing, Mich., Mrs. IV How would you like to pick
Helen Keefe of Gilchrist, Ore- We are deeply grateful for up an old brass button and
gon, Mrs. Katherine Kuhn of err f then have a collector pay you
Holly Hill, Mrs. Sophie Smig- : & the friendly associations 1 $2500 for it? Well it happen.ed .
lelski of Korona, and Mrs. ,, o ) to Jack Braddock in 1916.
Emily Crane of Jacksonville 4 /1/ Jack lived In the northeast.
which are so '
Beach; 4 sons, Bruno of Elk. IiL ern section of Bunnell and
ton, Edward of Holly Hill, c that is where he found the
of life in
Ralph of Green Cove Springs, zi'o our community. button. He tried to give it to

and Florian of Lansing, Mich; "Uncle" Bob Deen to put on
a sister, Mrs. Mary Passa of It is our sincere wish that a / his sweater In place of a missIng .
D. Also survivingare button, but he had
Drayton, N. no
21 grand children, 15 j the New Year not only find takers until he sold It to a
great grand children and 7 I collector.
great great grand children. (/ you in good health and ,
Funeral services will be Q 40 YEARS AGO .
held Thursday morning at 10 spirits, but that it as well
Sumner Allen, Lee (Jinks)
o'clock from Mary'sChurch o'f
with Rev. Fr. Antonio marks the beginning of a Walker, "Buck" Lovelace and
Celo Jones formed
a camping
Leon officiating. Interment
will follow at Hope Cemetery. matchless period of party 'and spent several days
somewhere In the adjacent
Pallbearers are David Crane, T
Ralph Novak, Henry Mikulka, '____-5' happiness, peace, and P woods plentiful., and report wild game
Clarence Kuhn and Harvey 94r

Shaw. : personal achievement. II Reggie Upson and Dana Fu-

Craig Funeral Home of quay, Jr. of Flagler Beach are

Bunnell is in charge of ar v tIT ..,4' y having some thrilling experiences
rangements. Q In a row boat. The boys
have a weather eye out for an
BUNNELL POST octopus said to be an Inhabitant
McArn Outdoor Lighting

Martin Harding, son of Mr.
DAY DECEMBER 19 Dies WednesdayIn The Flagler County Chamber Winners In Bunnell and Mrs. Joe Harding, sustained
Postmaster Ray L. Mercer, of Commerce sent a wire a broken arm attempt.
for the ing to crank their
reported a record day
ito U. S. Rep. Syd Herlong ask.
Bunnell Post Office ,pn Mon., Smyrna Ga. ing the Interior Dept. Committee Are AnnouncedSome their farm west of Bun.
Dec. 19.First. to Include Flagler nell. Martin was treated at

class letters received George C. McArn Jr., of County In their inspectiontour of the most spectacular Bohannon Hospital In Daytona -
numbered 14,000 pieces, cir Beach, according to L. T.
Smyrna Georgia, former resi when the committee convenes lighting displays ever
culars and parcel post re dent of Bunnell, died Wed. in Jacksonville, Janu- seen in Bunnell, made it a Nieland a neighbor.
ceived amounted to 2,000 nesday evening at his home. ary 9th. most difficult task for the
pieces. He was 24 years of age. Judges to select winners in
4,700 pieces of first class The congressional commlt- the annual lighting contest
mail was dispatched along He was a foreman in a tee will inspect sites for sponsored by the American Pioneer Resident
with 70 parcels. plastic plant In Atlanta. He Oceanography Headquartersbeing Legion, Post 115.
During the 12 days peak, was a member of the Smyrna planned by the Federal
Dec. 12.23, the office dispatched Baptist Church.He Government for Florida. Ronnie and Donnie Brock, Omega Durrance

an average of 2,400 piecesof sons of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
first class mails daily. Marie Is of survived Smyrna;by a. daughter his wife,, Mrs. Jessie Way Brock, were named first place Died MondayThomas
winners In the home
Recepits from the sale of lighting
Jackie, Smyrna; his mother,
stamps and< other postal charges Mrs. Jim Barker of Smyrna; Died division. The Brock home Omega Durrance,
show Increase of 4 Thursday was artistically decorated with
an percent
4 sisters, Mrs. Richard Short a pioneer resident of Flagler
thus far this second pos. ledge of India, Mrs. Joe Gill, numerous Christmas lights, County, died Monday morn-
tal quarter over the same per Miss and spotlighted atop the roof,
Miss Isla Barker and Funeral SaturdayMrs. Ing at the Bunnell General
Santa and his reindeer.Mr. .
iod last year. This postal Iris Barker all of Smyrna; 1 was Hospital.: He was a life long
quarter began Oct. 8 and ends brother, Jim Barker Jr., Smy and Mrs. Walter Wilkins resident of Flagler County
Jessie B. of Star
Dec. 31. Way were named second place win-
his grandmother, Mrs. and resided on East Moody
Route, Bunnell passed away The Wilkins home
Although this Is not a large ners. was
Bunnell. Boulevard
Daisy Buckles of Bunnell. He was
Increase In recepits It IS In Thursday at the Bunnell Gen. decorated in a unique manner 70 of
keeping with the increase of Graveside funeral servicewas eral Hospital after a lingering with ,the use of multicolored years age.

the past 4 or 5 years and is held Saturday morningat illness. She was 79 years of lights. Mr. Durrance was engagedIn
most significant In light of Espanola Cemetery. Rev.C. the cattle and farming bus-
the economical setbacks the L. Roach, pastor of the age.Mrs.. Way was born in Waukegan Lee Carol Baker, daughterof iness. He was a member of
county has had during the Smyrna Baptist Church, offi Ill., and moved to Bun. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Baker re the Church of Jesus Christ of
past year. Since Christmas, ciated. nell twenty six years ago. She ceived third place. The Baker's Latter Day Saints.
1965, many families have was a member of the First decorations Included a Nativity Survivors Include his wife,
moved because of the closingof Craig Funeral Home of Bun Baptist Church of Bunnell. Scene, and Christmas Irene Durrance of Bunnell; 2
the local Lehigh plant. In nell were In charge of local She is survived by a son, lights placed at vantage daughters, Norma Keith Turn.
spite of this and also the loss arrangements. Bill Way of Korona; 7 grand points, outlined a rock gar er of Bunnell and Mrs. Johnnie .
of postal receipts from the Le. children and 10 great great den. Helms of Tallahassee; 4
high plant itself, the post office HIGHWAY PATROL grand children. sons, Nathan Durrance and
has still shown this slight PREDICTS DEATHSAT Graveside funeral servicewas Receiving "Honorable Men. Tommy Durrance of Flagler
and steady increase in re held at Espanola Cemetery tion" in the home lightingwere Beach; James Durrance and
ccl pts. NEW YEAR'S Saturday afternoon at Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hoi- Horace Durrance of Bunnell;
The public Is to be commended two o'clock. Rev. Charles An. den, Mr. and Mrs. Benny 2 sisters, Mrs. Dora Ashley
on their splendid cooperation Colonel II. N. Kirkman, Director ders officiated. Black, Butch McDaniel, Mr. and Mrs. Eva Allen, both of
in the preparationsof of the Department of Craig Funeral Home of Bun. and Mrs. O. K. Herr, and Mr. Daytona Beach; 2 brothers,
their Christmas mails and Public Safety, stated today: nell was In charge of ar and Mrs. Herbert Allen. In the John Durrance of Artesla
parcels. Most all patrons who "The Florida Highway Patrol rangements. business division first place Park, and Worrel Durrance of
mailed quantities of greeting predicts 25 persons will die was awarded to the Milton Flagler Beach. Also survivingare
cards were most helpful by in traffic crashes on Florida'sstreets CHRISTMAS SEAL Motel. The motel had an eleb- ten grand children and
bundling their mails. Thus, and highways duringthe orate display of various seven great grand children.
78 hour New Year's Holiday
all were more Christmas scenes.
dispatched. period which begins at Graveside service was heldat
6 p. m. Friday, December 30 Flagler County had reach. two o'clock Wednesday
of the 1965 Honorable mention went to
until midnight ed 74 percent
and extends
afternoon at Hope Cemetery.
Monday, January 2." The Pa. quota of their TB Christmasseal Greens Fuel Co. and the Dlx- Pallbearers were Steve

Martin Tucker (who is trol chief reminds motoriststhat sales on December 18. iana Motel. Sparkman, Hiram Durrance,
home for the holidays from a little holiday drinkingcan The quota In 1965 was $765.50. Barry Quigley, Bordon WInn,
of the American
Maryville College) killed an cause big troubles In hol- On December 18 they had Buck Durrance, and Miller
8 point buck while huntingIn iday traffic! Please give a reached $555.50. Legion would like to thankall Tilton.
Cocoa Friday with his sober thought to safe driving The follow-up notices are the residents of Bunnellfor
uncle, Gilbert Tucker. Martin and chances are you'll have a being mailed out and It Is their fine response and co Funeral arrangements were
said the deer weighed 100 trouble free holiday and a hoped the total quota will be operation with !the lighting under the direction of Craig
pounds after is was dressed. happier New Year! reached In the near future. contest. Funeral Home of Bunnell.p. .

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LEN WILSON Publisher Garden hobbyists soon may .

be able to use "chemical Q. I have 3 different doc

Drulirnattd newspaper for nil lures" to attract Insects that tors.' Must I pay $50 to eachof ,

eKal Advertlilnc are attacking their prized them before I can meet my

plants and vegetables. $50 yearly medical insurance

Entered second class matter ?
as deductible When
These lures attract InsectsIn
February 6, 1913 at the post- A. No. Your total expensesfor
flower bed
a garden or
office at Bunnell, Florida, under covered services must be
Act of March 3, 1876. centrally-located traps containing
insecticides. In this $50 for the year. The numberof
doctors have makes no
One Year ......................$2.50 way, bothersome pests can be difference.Q. .you
!Six! Month .......................23 controlled without having to
spray the complete garden or When I had an opportunity -

plot. to enroll in Medicare's You Need
IN T1II3 CIHCIIT ('Ot'IIT. KRNT1I \'- Medical Insurance last year,
Jl'1>I<'Illj ('IHIIT; IN But, Insects can also be con.
AND FOIL PLAKLhll (COIN I turned it down. I have now
T>', FIOIIIDA. trolled without actually using changed my mind and won

I\ vivA.CKIIVo.. JM3I. any pesticides, according to der how soon I can enroll.
KATHERINE BLAIR WATSON, Carl Stone entomology research -
Plaintiff, an A. October 1967 will be your
VII. associate with the Florida earliest opportunity to sign up
Agricultural Experiment
Defendant. for Medical Insurance.Q. .
\H\VKH Will Medicare pay for
IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF Stone says scientists are medicine I get at the drug GOODPrinting

: FRED FLORIDATO C. WATSONYou now using viruses, bacteria, store if my doctor orders it?

are hereby notified thata radiation, parasites and predators A. No. However, Medicare
suit has been brought against
you In the Circuit Court, Seventh to fight pests, and In will pay for drugs given you
Judicial Circuit, Flagler County, ,this way do away with the while you are a patient in an
Florida, In KATH-
Chancery by
ERIN: BLAIR WATSON, Plaintiff unwanted bugs through whatis approved hospital.Q. .
and you are hereby required known as biological con
to file personally or by Attor- I lost my health insur
ney, with the Clerk of said trol.
ance card. How do I get another
Court, your answer or defenses
to the Complaint In said suit on "One of the classic examples one?

or uary before, A. D the. 1967 19th, and day of also Jan-to of a predator being usedto A. Call or visit your social

serve a copy of your answer ordefenses control the cottonycushionscale security office and they will

and Krol,upon Attorneys Messrs.for Osslnsky Plain is the Vedalia lady be glad to get a duplicate card

tiff, at their ofllces at 411 Main beetle which was imported into for you. In the meantime, if
Street, Dnytona Beach Florida, should be
hospitalized or
on or before the 19th day of California from Austrailla, you
January, A. D. 1967, as requiredby said Stone. apply for payment under the
the Florida Rules of Civil "doctor bill" of medicare
Procedure, and herein fall not part ,
or a Decree Pro Confesso and Examples of predators be- have your doctor or the hos
Final Decree will be entered ing used In Florida to control pital call our office. We can

against You are you further by default notified that insects is the praying mantis give them the number from OFFICE FORMS

said the name suit has of the been Court Instituted In which is that feeds on a wide varietyof .the records we have in our

the Circuit Court. Seventh Ju- insects, and a number of files.
dicial Circuit of Florida In and ground beetles that feed on
for Flasrler County, In Chancery, Q. I understand that nursing ENVELOPESINVOICES
and that the title of said suit the Immature stages of moths home care won't be covered
Is AS hereinabove set forth. and butterflies.
You are further notified that by medicare until January
the nature of said suit is a suit 1. Will all nursing homesbe
Stone biological con
for divorce a vinculo matrimonll, says
custody of children, and for tem- trol, in some cases, has been covered or only a few?
porary and permanent support A. We hope as homesas
alimony, Attorney fees and court the "only total answer" to many
costs In this proceeding1 control certain insects. The possible will want to par- LETTER HEADS
WITNESS hand and seal
my ticipate in medicare. How.
of office at Dunnell, Flakier ultimate control of the screw
County, Florida, this 20th day worm fly In the southeasternU. ever, they must meet certain
of December A. D. 196S/
standards of health and safely
GEORGE M MOODYAs S. was one of the largest
Clerk of the Circuit programs using this methodof to be certified. Our office BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS I

Court Florida.,of Flagrler County, insect control. will have a list of all participating

(Circuit Court Seal) nursing homes.
Bye/ Julia R. Harvey,
Attorneys for Plaintiff
411 Main Street During the days when
Daytona Beach Florida steamboating was popular onFlorida's Why BILL HEADS
Dec 22, 29 Jan. 8, 12. 4tc
Ocklawaha River,
NOTiCF 0..' SALE such famous people as Harriet The

the Notice Board Is of hereby Public Instruction given that, Beecher Stowe, Henry Ford, RULED FORMS

Flagler County, will accept sealed Ulysses Grant and Thomas -
bids at 9:00 A. M. on the 3rd Christian
Edison visited Florida'sSilver
day of January, 1967 for the
purchase of the following described Springs.
itemsSchool : TICKETS and TAGS
Bus No.5. Ford 6 Cyl- Science
inders 1953. Model B700, AVOCADO INDUSTRY DOWN
Identification Number B70M31115522 -

School. Bus No.9. Ford, 6 Cylinders The Florida avocado indus Monitor

Identification 1148. Model Number 8R8T,8SRT86- try reached Its peak duringthe CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS

562 mid-1950's but acreage has
The buses are located at the declined following freezes and recommends
Garage at the Bunnell HighSchool
Campus. The buyer buysas Hurricane Donna, accordingto
Is where Is. Successful bidderto scientists at the Florida' read
move sam nt his expense you
All bids shall be completely Agricultural Experiment Sta
sealed and plainly marked on tions.
the front of the envelope: "Bid localnevspaper
to Purchase School Busses" your
The Board of Public Instruc-
tion, Flagler County reserves FOOD AND STORAGE
the right to reject any or all
bids. Food scientists with the

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ATTEST: pro emphasis is on local news. It also
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-mVk Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D (2-2 lb. Avg.)

For the first r5 ttUta'StaSThtoToo %
tory, a Greek tragedy was played in broad daylighY Berkeley- lbm 29

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U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
Sewing Skills

I Late To Be RewardedAt ROAST lb. 49*

To Classify

Florida Fair Choice JuicyALL
BY Russell SOT

f'. It won't be long now before penchant Florida women for knitting who have, crocheting a MEAT STEW lb. 69

we are called upon to cele. or Just plain sewingsoon
will have the
little opportun.
brate the New Year. The
to be rewarded for their
banner ity
cherub with the 1967
skill in both recognition and
across his chest be ap. dollars. Streak O'Lean Lean Western "BOSTON BUTT"
pearing in' ads and on TV.
The Women's World contestIs
In chronological order we one of the outstanding exhibits WHITE BACON PORK ROAST
will be reminded of every. of the 1967 Florida
thing that happened In 1966 State Fair, Feb. 7.18, and more lb. lb.
right up to the hour that the than $1,000 in prize money 4ge 4ge
whisker-faced old man with will be awarded winners in _
the scythe bows out. 40 different categories. '
Deadline for blanks is
Seers and prophets will Lean Western "CENTER CUT"
5 p. m. January 17 and the
burn the magic Incense or deadline for receiving the act
look into their crystal balls ual entries Is a week later, 5 PORK CHOPS Ib 59SU
and predict what will happenIn p. m., January 24. .
1967 but if you were smart The six principal categoriesare
enough to save last year's pre.dictions : Adult clothing, youth
and take the troubleto clothing, children's wear,
dig them up you will find sweaters, ,handbags and mis WILL BE CLOSED HAPPY NEW YEAR! I
that the predictions weren'tso cellaneous. SUNDAY, JANUARY 1, 967
hot. First, second and third
New Year resolutions will place prizes will be awardedin
be In order and a lot of folks 40 different classes, the Eelbeck 12 oz. Pkg.BLACK .
will resolve and resolve and prizes ranging from $2 to $25. Ea. Kraft's SALAD DRESSING
then forget all about it the The miscellaneous divisionis EYE PEAS 19 e
next week. expected to attract the
largest number of entries. It Eelbeck OMAHA MIRACLE WHIP
Like Will Rodgers, all I Includes: Table cloths, bed.
know Is what I read In the spreads, quilts, afghans, LONG RICE 3 Bag: 3ge Quart
papers, and I'm not sure about capes, stoles, throw rugs and GRAIN Jar 3ge
that. I have no crystal ballor sheet and pillow case sets.
Star Kist 7 oz. Can
second sight but I could Winning entries in the com
probably predict the future petition will be displayed In SOLID TUNA Ea. 3ge Limit 1 with $5.000r more food order
right along with the rest of glass-enclosed show windowsin LIGHT
them and not be too far off. the Women's World build.
To start with a large percentage ing at ,the Florida State Fair. Sun FreshORANGE 46 oz. Can DAIRY
of the population will Live fashion and style shows JUICE Ea.
gather here, there and yonderto will be featured in the Women 25c
swing and sway the new World building all duringthe Delite 1 lb. Solids
year in. Headaches will be State Fair. A special ramp Any Combination 10 oz. 6-Pak Carton
the order of the day and drug has been designed for the COCA-COLA (Plus For OLEO 2 Ibs. 350
stores will run out of Alka. show which will afford all a SPRITE-TAB Deposit) 3 9ge
Seltzer, Bromo-Seltzer, and chance to see.Brochures .
Pillsbury CANNED 8 Can
other relief. which Include oz.
The famous words "Never rules, details and an entry For
Again" will be heard in ,the blank are available. Tele. INSTANT COFFEE BISCUITS 4 37eNESCAFE
land but they won't mean a phone Tampa (813 253.8811 or
write Women's World Contest,
thing when thousands wake
up and seek some of the "hairof Florida State Fair, P. O. Box FROZEN FOODS

the dog that bit them." It is 1231, Tampa, Florida 33601. ...-. ........" .. "
the same old routine, never 6 oz. 6ge' Handy Pak 2 lb. Pkg.
ending and never over. off the guide lines and demand Jar
America will still claim its more pay and more FRENCH FRIES E" 290
title of the strongest and benefits.We Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
greatest nation on earth and will build more and
will be hated and Insulted by more low cost housing while Sea Pak 8 oz. Pkg.
the rest of the world. contractors and builders line Ea.
We will continue to try to their pockets and the government FRESH PRODUCE FISH STICKS 3ge
spend ourselves Into prosperity will wind up as land
win friends and Influence lord of countless apartmentsand
people by ,throwing our mon housing that nobody can
ey hither and yon, forgettingthat afford to partonize. 10Ib" 490
It doesn't grow on trees. Food prices will continue to F A B
We will continue to strive soar in spite of the picketingand
for the Great Society, organizemore howling of housewives. Fresh
boards, bureaus and Politicians will continue to go Ea. GIANT
commissions pay exhorbltant along with the administra BELL PEPPERS 50 SIZE 58'
salaries to half-baked administrators .
while our national and more American Fresh LocalTURNIPS
resources continue to go down boys will die In Viet Nam Bunches Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
the drain. while we continue a war that 2 290
Taxes will go up. People we are afraid to call a war
will scream but to no avail. and will pussy foot for fear of
Unions will continue to laugh making some one mad.



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JOHN CAPO. ManagerAIR nil



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Subject Given For Education In Merdlc L. Shows, 52, resi M. English was In. ( F. Taylor Pastor)
dent of North A-1A, passed stalled as Worshipful Masterof

Speaking Contest Flagler CountyBy away Hospital Friday in In the Jacksonville Riverside F&AM Bunnell at a special Lodge ceremony No. 200 A NEW ROAD

where 'he had been a patientthe Thursday, December 27. Eng Life is full of new roads.
"WIlY MUST THE URBAN Coy G. Harris, Jr. past month. lish was presented the Mas Each new year brings with it
POPULATION BE INVOLVEDIN Mr. Shows the ter's gavel by the Installing
Most board and school superintendents was owner things which have never happened
MY SOIL AND WATER devote a large and operator of the Towncl- officer, Worshipful Brother to us before. God has
CONSERVATION DISTRICTPROGRAM" enda Motel and Bing's Fisher. Henry Scott. The Master'slapel
amount of time to finding and never intended his people to
of to
is the subject was presented
Resort. pin
keeping good personnel, and stay within the confines of
the Soil and Water Conserva Survivors include his wife, him by the retiring Worshipful
establishing clear-cut person. that which Is tried and proven -
tion speech contest for 1967. Martha Geraldine; four sisters Master, T. H. Wadsworth.T. .
nel policies. The largest groupof venture out to
and never
The contest, sponsored locally Mrs. Sam Schneider, H. Wadsworth receivedthe ,
the Flagler Soil and course, are the classroom Master's and new pathways of life. Pathetically
by Jacksonville; Mrs. R. W. Sym Patst Apron
teachers. When they are happy
Water Conservation Department In recognition of we watch those whose
feel secure in their Jobs, onds, Kittery, Maine; Mrs. El. lapel pin
is open to any boy or and have to bert Jones, Jacksonville; Mrs. two years service as Worshipful lives are so centered In the
girl regularly enrolled In the opportunities level Montiel Bradford, Jackson. Master. past they cannot live for to.

7th thru 12th grades. work the whole at a student professional body ben, yule; and two brothers, Joe Also Installed to serve the day. The old year is gone, and
Included this year is a were: Charles 'the future Is upon us. God's
,efits. That is why you will W., Fayetteville, N. C. and ensuing year
"JINGLE CONTEST" for elementary hear your board giving serious William G., Tokyo, Japan. Chambers, Senior Warden; people will have to travel

students. Rules for consideration to .the Services were held at the George Wickline, Treasurer; through a new year as we
the contests have been released science teacher, who has been Glendale Community Churchin Donald R. Moore, Secretary; cannot be completely bound

to Bunnell High School criticized by some parents for Jacksonville Monday, De. Henry Scott, Senior Deacon; by the past. There are adventuresome
Principal, Ken Herring. "assigning too many field cember 26th with Rev. Gordon Carl Carroll, Junior Deacon; paths for those who

Prizes offered in this year'scontest trips the teacher who Is Elliott officiating. John Seay, Chaplain; GlennN. venture to tread upon the

are: leaving his job because hecan't Burial was in Greenlawn Jenkins, Marshall; Gilbert pathways of life in 1967
Flagler S&WCD: First, $15; his Cemetery in Jacksonville. Frank, Tyler; P. A. Edmonson -
afford to send own bringing God's message to
Second, $10; and third, $5. Senior Stewart.
boy to college or to sum mankind. We must not fail
Area: First, $40; Second, $25;
Third, $15; and $10 for each mer enrichment programs, Improvement FLAGLER TAXCOLLECTIONS JOHN CLEGG APPOINTEDTO because God has always intended
: additional contestant. of the salary his people to cover the
State: First, $300 Scholar. schedule, reduction of classroom BULOW PLANTATION earth as the waters cover the

ship, $100 and plaque. Second, size, etc. Fred O. Dickinson, Jr., sea. The One who has said I
When school board has a Appointment of John Cleggof
$175 and plaque; Third, $75 a Comptroller of Florida, an. am with you always will be
Bulow Plantation
under Bunnell to the
and plaque; Fourth, $50 to transportation system nounced that state 'documentary with us throughout 1967 .
;, each of five contestants. its Jurisdiction, the members tax collections]] totaled Ruins Hishtoric Mem
"For have not
,: will be concerned about the orial Advisory Council was you passed
$1,706,295 November.
Flagler Jingle Contest "
this before. Joshua 3:4.
enforcement of safety regulations announced today by State way :
:: prizes will be : First, $5; Sec.
.improvement of Dickinson said the total re Parks Director Bill Miller.
ond, $3; and Third $2.
/the safety records of bus presented a dollar value on Bulow Plantation Ruins

I drivers the maintenanceof the 18,477,733 stamps sold. Historic Memorial, located on MORE FOR CITRUS
J. M. DYKES discipline among studentson November collections were the old King's Road southeastof
buses. A meeting may find down $155,741 from total revenues Bunnell, is the remains ofa Did you know that more
I APPARENT SUICIDE members looking into ways for the same month once extensive plantation.Each and more flatwoods and

'. James M. Dykes, 50 ownerof and means of setting up a last year. State Park Board, ad. marshes In the state are be.
the Florida Paving Company training school for their new Flagler County collections visory council makes recommendations ing diverted from pasturesand

of Bunnell, died Tuesday drivers calling in the highway totaled $330.00. to the Board on other use to citrus.

of apparent suicide in patrol for advice on safe The collections deposited in the use and development of

Cochran, Georgia, it was re bus routes checking Into the general revenue fund re the parks and historic memor

ported here today. the price of new buses presented payments on deeds, ials In their county, as well
Mr. Dykes came to this arean making sure that the old vehicles stocks and bonds, and written as on the restoration and con
) 1964 and was a well known measure up to the lat. obligations to pay money, servation of all state park >
business man in this area, est national school bus regu such as notes and contracts. properties.
owning and operating several lations. -

business operations in Daytona A big part of the school BOY SCOUT NEWS RECEIVES DEGRFr
'! Beach as well as Coch board member's Job is adjust. Mary Benedek Pache,

ran. ing his mental binoculars fora Thirteen boy scouts, members daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Les. ..xs
look at the future education of Troop 472 had a camp. lie Pache, Bunnell, receiveda
needs of his community. out recently on the Old Kings Associate in Science degree
lie confers with officials and Road. The group enjoyed hik from Jones College ir Jack.

listens to statistics; these tell ing, outdoor cooking and sonville, Dec. 20. Miss Pache
him how many classroomsand sleeping In hammocks. They majored in Medical Secretarial

RUB sSt teachers will be needed were accompanied by their Course, and begins Interning .
P five and ten years from now. scoutmaster, Jeff Seale, ac at Baptist Memorial Hospital .
Such information makes cording ,to Greg Robertson, in Jacksonville in Jan.
school board members take to Scribe.
headache pills. Every board While attending Jones Col.
hopes that people realize the Wednesday, Dec. 21st troop
she elected
lege was presidentof
members had their Christ. }
value of education and giveit the Etat Omega Chapter of
the support it deserves. mas party in the Educational .
Alpha Iota Sorority; served as
Now that have "listened buildng at the First Baptist
a dormitory counselor: was a GUN GAL. Leigh
Church. Gifts
in" on the problems school were exchangedand contestant In the "Summer Chapman is typical of the
Tribune boards are called upon to refreshments were servedto I decorative:
Follies Queen" contest and gals counterspiesmust
those attending.The .
solve you realize the impor
was elected to serve as an deal with intelevlsion'scurrent
tance of dedicated, thoughful, scouts attended a movie alternate for membership va run of spy specials.
enthusiastic wellinformed
last night In Daytona Beachas cancy on the Resident Student
board members. You real
a Court.
HASTINGS MATTRESS ize that those selected to
serve should be and in most
cases are sincerely interestedIn
710-12 Lemon St. the welfare of ALL child-

Palatka Florida ren In the community they \ ti i I
Phone EA 5-9166 are not dogmatic, narrow Individuals .

FurnituUpholstering .they are willingto 1
Repaired & Refinished consider the facts and LET ME GRIEF = % ;

Mattresses & Box Springs other points of view they YOU KID
Made to Order Also RenovatedCall are persons of intelligence, ; --
Laura Morris 437.3233 -character, and Integrity.Our 1 1 1 OF VOUR

After 6:00 P. M. school board meetingsare BIG
PRICES REASONABLE. open to the public. We in- PROBLEMSy
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. vite, you to attend and ob

Just as near as your serve. Perhaps you opinions
Phone or Post Office will provide ideas for a bet.
Us A Card Call ,, Ilit '
Drop or ter administration of our ,tt teuttt ? 3 1
Free Pick-up & Delivery I l''I IltttlWtt i
schools and result in stronger I

educational program for ALL ..
'.. : ,. I students.

pEAC E?t ruuui

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Notice is hereby given that the annual

meeting of the Stockholders of the Citizens 7 Civil..

Bank of Bunnell will be held at the officeof N \b1' RIGHJ'S _

the Bank in Bunnell, Florida, on Wednesday q tattWt tea atu, -

January 11th, 1967 at 3:00:

O'Clock P.M. for the election of a Boardof

Directors to serve for the ensuing year

and for the transaction of such other business : I ITHE

as may properly come before the


Howell V. Peavy, Cashier

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Mr. and Mrs. Nagl Abrahamwere CITIZENS TUESDAYGuest Thursday, Friday
first place winners of the and
Annual Outdoor Lighting Con. speaker at the Jan VALUE SUPER MARKET Saturday,
uary 3 meeting of the Flagler Dec. 29, 30 and
test sponsored by the Flagler
Senior Citizens Club will be
31 1967
Beach Garden Club. Second ,
winner Rufus Howard Wisehaupt, It was STAMPS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.
place was
said Gilbert Krier,
today by
Miller Third place, Frank
vice chairman of the Club and
Dodlmede and Fourth place,
chairman of the Club's pro.
Mrs. Irene Mazemore. Honorable
committee. Wisehaupt,
mention went to Joe gram
U. S. Choice
a resident of Flagler Beach, Is
Mrs. Frank Brede, Christmas well known in the area as an
educator and lecturer. *
Lighting Contest chair- CHUCK ROAST Lb. 49
man, said "The Garden Club The Club will meet In the
would like to thank all the Flagler Beach municipal
Beach residents who participated building for a 6 o'clock covered
in the contest and a dish dinner precedingthe U. S. Choice (Round Bone)
Special Thank You to the Cityof evening's entertainment.

beautiful Flagler decorations.Beach for" their GAMES PARTYAT SHOULDER ROAST Lb. 59*


J. Cook, son of Mr.
and Mrs. H. T. Cook of St. Means According Chairman to Ways Mrs. V. W. Lean Meaty (Boston Butt)

Augustine and Flagler Beach, Haines, plans are being made
has been commissioned as a for an adult games party to
Second Lieutenant In the Worn- 49
be held at the Flagler
S. Marine Corp. He was grad. an's Club Building on Friday,
uated from the Marine Base
January 6th, beginning at
at Quantico, Va. and will be
7:30: p. m.
stationed at Pensacola for
Lean Meaty U. S. Choice
flight training. There will be several
David is a graduate of Bun. choices of games available PORK STEAK Lb. fffCHUCK STEAK Lb. 59C
nell High School and also a with prizes awarded. Also door
1966 graduate of Florida prizes will be given. Refresh
State University.F. ments will be served for the World's Best U. S. Choice
nominal fee donations that GROUND ibs. FAMILY Lb.
B. METHODIST CHURCH will be taken at the door. BEEF Z 99C STEAK 6ge
Keep the date January 6th In
mind and more details next Capital Lean
Church School time is 9:45a. : week!
m. and morning worshipat Smoked Lb. ALL MEAT ""
11 o'clock with Rev. Rey FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
nold Hoover, minister. Next
Sunday, New Year's Day, will NEWS

be the regular monthly Fellowship Rev. Max Hall's sermon Tongue in, teeth out Flagla 12 oz.
dinner following the
topic will be "How To Love I Lb. Black Eye Pkg.
morning worship. All memo HOG PEAS
bers and friends of the churchare God", at the morning worship JOWLS 39C tOe
Invited to enjoy the first service, Sunday, January 1st, _
day of 1967 at this fellowship 1967.
.Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Lb.
dinner. Fellowship Morning Worship Service, POTATOES v.J 47
Methodist Youth
The meets each Sunday 11:00: a. m.Evening. .u.................... Vu Bag

evening at 6:30: p. m. Service 7:30: p. m.
Chapel Choir rehearsal Is Wednesday Evening Prayer LUZANE 6 OZ. JAR (INSTANT)
each Wednesday evening at Service 7:30: p. m. 6 Oz.
5:45 p. m. and Chancel Choir

rehearsal follows at 6:30.: Mr. and Mrs. William R. ...... .........................
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brede Hirst and their children, War- Limit ((1) with purchase of $5.00 or more food order

left Friday for Orlando to Ten, Richard, Sally and Linda
spend Christmas with 'itheir arrived on December 20 from FLORIDA GRADE "A"
son In law and daughter, Mr. Imperial Beach, California to
and Mrs. Wm. H Kelley.Mr. spend the Christmas holidays
MEDIUM EGGS 2 Dozen 99
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.R. .
and Mrs. Clyde Duen- K. Hirst. Joining them on ............
sing were In Jacksonville last Christmas day were Mr. and Limit ((2)) Dozen Please
Friday where they attendedthe Mrs. E. L. Hirst, sons Allan
funeral of Mrs. Duensing'ssister and Charles from South Day- EVERFRESH (Twin Pkg.)
Mrs. Nell Wilchester. tona Shores.

@ POTATO CHIPS ;/.0 39

"o. v> :/ ........
Limit (2) Please (Reg. Price 59c)


Showboat ((300 Can)
nf. > rN Farm Fresh Produce
V PORK & Cans
Fresh Crisp BEANS 8 $1

./.... LETTUCE Head 17e Campbell

Fresh TOMATO SOUP 4 Cans 4ge

CELERY Stalk 15e
Bruce's (Big 2% Can)

Golden Ripe CUT YAMS 4 Cans $100BANANAS
Myle's (Plain or Iodized)


Pillsbury (Canned) Thrifty

BISCUITS 4 Cans 39C BLEACH /' Gal. 290

Kraft (Fresh) O'sage (Big 2/ Can)

;: ORANGE JUICE 3 Qt. 89C Peach HALVES 2Cnl. SSe

(No Deposit Bottle)


8 oz. Everfresh (20 oz.)


Everfresh (Reg.)

$ 5 For 89C BREAD 5 Loaves 95c
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! 6-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURSDAY DEC. 29. 1966 Assessor Says
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OOToW I YOUR L11V'IMan! Serious Over Taxation ThreatFuture L

growth and progressof _
Personnel the State of Florida is

largely dependent on decisIons

now being made on the

grave ad-valorem tax prob.
lem by legislators planningfor
the 1967 session, is the
opinion expressed by Monroe xx
County Tax Assessor Joe
Allen, past president of the
Tax Assessors Association of

Florida.Mr. .

Allen spent last weekat r r--t L -

fy the tax seminar in Talla
hassee sponsored by State
Comptroller Fred O Dickinson.

While there he came into IGNORES HANDICAP Classmates and Instructors of
contact with state leadersin Mike Mulvey, a sophmore at Mt. Angel College, Mt. Angel,
the field of ad-valorem Ore., line the trampoline while Mike does his stuff. All saw the
taxes. He admits that there is action but Mike who is blind.
Not hampered by his handicap,
whole lot of serious think.
a Mike
participates in a number of sports.
ing going on behind the
scenes concerning methods by
which this problem can be
Hume THE R/CHT MAN m THIKIGHT ( remedied, but Mr. Allen feels mlllages based on the already fled way of life on Florida's
I joi$ THE KSPONSMUTY OF THE PN sx that the full Impact of the high 100 percent of full cash Island Chain.

MAN OR WOMAN. TRAINED OCCUPATION situation may not be felt until value assessment.In An unusual number of hur

AtCOUNSCUNG AND ClAlfIFlC T/ON, later In the year when the opinion of the Monroe ricanes have flirted with the
of items
THIS snciAusr minis IACH NAVY- .,. hundreds property the tax rolls.go County tax official, legislators Southern Coast the past several
MAN'S SACXCROVND AND APTITUDES ""J, delinquent on would do well to examine years worsening Florida's
AS A MANS Of PIACING HIM IN THE "By and large Florida has correspondence betweenthe already serious insurance pic
jot HI BEST FITS AND THAT Will '.; s been built by people from assessor and the taxpayerand ture and this has slowed
BENEFIT BOTH HIM AM THE NAVY. every state in the United obtain as much knowledge down the flow of mortgage
States who have comfortablebut from the local tax picture money into the state's southernmost -
,.... limited Incomes. When as possible. The assessoris county.
JLssby the cost of living rises abovea in better position to read
Now with higher taxes on
reasonable amount, these than
pressure gauge any unimproved land, desirable
people will seek to retire else other person In the field of
tracts of acreage are going
REOUIREMENTS BY where. government. begging and the building of

WANT ADSHOUSE NAVY REDUCED Asked what possible ave. Monroe County, which em new homes and other buildings .
nues of relief are possible braces the entire chain of have come to screechinghalt.
FOR SALE-2 story FOR ENLISTMENTThe through legislative action, Florida keys, has been undergoing .
frame house, 200 North Rail U. S. Navy has reduced Mr. Allen suggested acceptance the greatest era of "What has happened on the
road street. Inquire after 7 some of the mental and physical by the state of full responsibility prosperity in its history during Florida Keys will spread to
p. m. Phone 4373580. 10.6-TF requirements necessaryfor of the state's public the past decade. It has every section of the state if
enlistment. Those applicants school system. This could outstripped most sections of the legislature dose not act
HOUSE FOR SALE-Bunnell, who previously were not be financed through expansion the state due to large govern. swiftly to control the danger.
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, living of the present sales tax "
qualified and also persons Interested mental expenditures which ous ad-valorem tax picture,
room, Florida room, utility structure, diversion of other
in the naval service, have been made there follow- Mr. Allen concluded.IN .
room, storage and carport.CB state-controlled monies into
ing the Cuban crisis.
in the 1-Y selective
construction. Rear yard presently the educational system. Or,
fenced. Call 4373484. service their catagory, recruiter should contact for- least possible, enactment of Thousands of retirees from SEARCH OF GOLD
12152229154tp. Navy legislation in new fields of practically every state in the
further information.Call Desoto came searching for
taxation. nation have settled the
HOUSE FOR RENT-N. Railroad or drop in at U. S. Navy Florida keys, of on which Silver Springs because he had
St., Bunnell. See Duane Recruiting Branch Station 2nd This should be followed up many learned from the Indians thatIt
attracted favorabletax
Deen or C. A. Riddell. Street at Riverside, Holly HID, by adequate and foolproof were a was the Fountain of Youth,
12-15-22-29, 154tp. Daytona Beach, Florida 32017, controls on city and county picture and relatively low and because he hoped to find
telephone 255- Navy. government to prevent risingApply living costs due to the simpli gold.
2 bedroom beach home, 15th
St., Flagler Beach, Fla. Phone
4373472. 12-22tfc

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Co. Sub-division, Flagler
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Lots 7, 8, 9, 10 Block 4, Lots
5, 6, Block 5, B. A. Ballon, P.
O. Box 718, St. Augustine, Fla. Diazinon
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Call George Jarosz, 437.3410 8-1-tf insects in potatoes.

FOR SALE-100x100 lot, 3rd and othervegetable
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way Store. Also ocean to river
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enemy automatic weapons fire while with stalled In Detroit
a suburb
the 1st
Brigade, 101st Airborne Division southwest of these "see r,
boa, Vietnam Tuy through" wood
utility poles are among new lr xrF,t.a w Evr
designs that will appear as
the pole Industry and electric

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I HALF-PAST TEEM I II outdoor beauuficatlon.

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1 n'i ,
: The largest part of the ,
: I .. American food dollar goes for 't THE FGRUER M/AMl U
: .
'..''.'",,...-. ... meat. And almost half of every .NSTAR pACE iWNEN/3 E4fCEEDM'4 NE WNS NV 71/E. '
': ': dollar spent for meat goes for TD TA'A 'ALL-PRO TEAM.N
beef. Beef is bought by grade / N/3 FI'Sr.cE.4.sON.oypFrsv6D
names. From top grade to THE LEA6ME5 1DP ,e'/.vf- 4 LkT .
lowest, they are: Prime, Choice, MAhFPS rVTOS9 .. ;
Good, Standard, Commercial, SIt rz-.
Utility Cutter, and Canner.
Grades refer to the quality of the
meat, tenderness and proportionof
lean meat to bones and fat.
They have nothing to do with
nutritive value.
ITEM: Never wrap the cord

around it's an hot.electric If possible appliancewhile sepa. ? THE HANDY FAMILY N

rate the cord from the appliance '
and store it where it will be free 1 BY LLOYD BIRMINGHAM,
from kinks and knots.

ITEM: When you shop for EMPTY FILM PACK, PACK TO MAKE A... pAD
clothing, include sizes and preferences PAD ITS JUST WHAT I
for various items. Do NEED FOR MV NEXT
this for each person on your = o-7 PROJECT: {

list. It may be helpful to keep a >
I an up-to-date record of sizes on 9 eJ
'a card in your billfold or hand. '

( And About Teenagers ) 'bag., "

ITEM: If you're planning to ::
remodel your bathroom, don't
skimp on the size of lavatory o
bowl. A roomy one doesn't cost CUTVii. .
xvlD Nor KNow much more thanthe smaller sizes 1
P PEa m
NE NAD BEEN + rWITt and will repay you manyfold in FIT EMPTY
GOING o d' "' terms of convenience, whether IN FILM PAUL FILM PAUC

you're washing your face or

doing hand laundry..

THE WEEK'S LETTER: of being used and if he didn't
"Recently, I met a boy. I liked stop two-timing me, he would I II
him and I thought he liked me. get his bracelet back. He said I MAKE YOUR OWN 'C CAIDYBY <
I did not know he had been that he would give it to the Li1I T V TEST

going with another girl for about other girl if I gave it back to .. ,
six months. He didn't give this him. I told him I would call his -- "

girl a ring, or anything. They mother, whom I know very well, ['ir 1 .pst of daily program. TOM DORR
just said they liked each other. .and he said I would be sorry il Chain letter. :
The boy had a friend of his tell I did. What should I do?" Dick Brown {
the girl he didn't like her any OUR REPLY If you expectto y" --,Ted Jamee' ,, WOULD YOU MIND STAND
more. She said then that she be more than just one-third oi l J Jan I ING UNDER THE MISTLE-
hated him. This Is my problem: a triangle, give him the ring Murray :: FATHER,MAY I ASK TOE WHEN AAV GIRLFRIENDS
2- Star of of Our
the boy gave me a bracelet. He I and forget the whole thing.What 'Days. '- '. A SAAALL FAVOR COME
asked me to go to a dance andI he does with it later should not Lives. ft OF YOU? OVER?
couldn't go. He went to the 'concern you at all but, if it's H.nry Fonda'?. V

dance, saw his old girlfriendand worth anything you can always ,,.- ....1 MacDonaUCarey; '. .,#
so I am told, they had a remind yourself that you had it ,'} Mickey Rooney
real "good time. When I asked first. 3- Jet pilot In 'Bridges atTokoRi'
him about it, he said that he t you hove (....... Problem you want todxult "'...** ,:
had found out that he still loved or .n ofc.rvahon to male. eddrctt t!
you I.H.r to FOR AND ABOUT TEENAGERS Burt Lancaster J /
her a little, although he lovedme COMMUNITY AND SUBURBAN PRESS SERVICE. : ."-' j
Fonda _
> Peter \:.
I sick
more. I told him was FRANKFORT.KY. "
l(? William Holdtn

r 4. Haunted by two wives.. In 1

'Blithe Spirit". .- .
from MSJORY'S SCRAPBOOK Dick Bogard. .

Sun Yat-sen J 5. Ranger .Cha9-Cooper of A A MUSTACHE7THE

30,1911. More than was 500 elected first president of China, December Laredo. ,_ 'J ,

theatre, Chicago, December persons 30, 1903.died as fire swept the Iroquois Neville- Brand .... iC
The first U.S. *, Bob Bennett _
January 1 marks postage the first stamp day was of used, December 31, 1847. \ t Peter Brown

Nations declaration was signed, a New Year. The United .....
The United January: I, 1942.
States an UDj OU 1jaAe l
I China Open Door" policy for
, ,January 2,1900. : >> (JpJD -Z !J M AeUJ4uanb);
The first Electric chain Company radio was organized,January 3, 1889. ..IWOS C fJ {t'JDM
WEAF broadcast was transmitted between ..eJJ -r spadxa g :3
N.Y. and WNAC, Boston OS:
January 4,
The 1923. I '
last 'apJc6oij
spike was driven In the Great 'uaploH
January 5, 1893. The American Red Cross Northern Railroad, OO'<'JDJ'DJJ nw:SUMSNV -ra
January 5, 1905. was chartered,

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Admitted Henry G. Lee,

Beverly Kelly, Anna Hoff,

Julia Daschoff, Dorothy

Campbell, Bunnell; Jack Abbott

LOCALS Larry Naser, Ruth White-

; .a ley, Flagler Beach; Frances

Llf!? LeBlanc, DeLand; Margaret at mow:;

Sr Burton, Port Orange; Doris

Tompkins, Cooksville, Tenn.

Discharged Wilma Brock
Mrs. Anna Jarosz left Tuesday Enjoying a family dinner ,
Ernest Long, Wayne Higgin-
for Miami for week's
a party and get together at the
Botham and
visit with her son :and daughter home of Mrs. Jennie Black, Beverly Kelly
infant Elsie Martin Leon
In law, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Forsythe St., Christmas day son A. x
Lewin Deborah Hess Lance
Jarosz and family. were Mrs. Murtlce Moody,
Eye, Larry Naser, Minnie
lona and Nita Moody and
Henderson, Burnham,
Mr.and Mrs. Thomas Gres- Mary of Orlando; Mr. and Dorothy
Frances LeBlanc and Infantson
ham and son Larry of Tampaare Mrs. Robert Moody and Karen
Shell Beldwin, Pamela
the holiday houseguestsof Mr. and Mrs. Benny
Van de Burgh and infant
Mrs. Jeanette Bertha and Black, Mrs. Marie Kane, Mrs.
daughter, Margaret Burton,
son John. Mr. Gresham returned Marie West and children,
Julia Daschoff.
home Monday and Mrs. Kathy and Buddy, all of Bun-

Gresham and Larry will remain nell.
during the holidays. :

Miss Debra Ann Walter, 12, REUNIONFor

Christmas Eve dinner guestsof flew down from Skokle, Ill.

Victor and Cora Buckles Christmas day to spend the the first time In 13

were Gordon and Maxine holidays with Mr. and Mrs. years members of the Hosford

Buckles and family, A. M. Walter Creal, East Lambert family were all together fora

McDaniel. Their dinner guests Street, Bunnell. Mrs. Creal Is family reunion. They met at

Christmas Day were Mr. and Debra's grand-aunt Also visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.

Mrs. E. L. Harkey and daughter with the Creals duringthe Voloice Raulerson In St. Johns

Mr. and Mrs. John Hark holidays were former Park on Christmas day.

ey of Crystal River and Mr. neighbors of theirs, Mr. and Enjoying the happy occa

and Mrs. T. L. Miller and family Mrs. Joe Vladar, LaGrangePark sion were Mrs. G. J. Hosford,

of Jacksonville. Illinois. The Vladarsare Mr. and Mrs. Raulerson and

vacationing In Ormond children, Mr. and Mrs. Jack

Leonard and, Day Moody Beach. Hosford, Mr. and Mrs. Berni! '1' 4
; '
and daughter, Lee of Alexandria Hlrschi and children, Mr. and

Va. arrived Saturday via Mr. Mrs. Curtis Rodgers and children
and Mts. Tom Diamond Mr. and Mrs. William Davis MillicanThe
plane for a visit during the spent the Christmas Holiday all of Bunnell; Mr. and

holidays with relatives and in Ft. Pierce with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Jerry Hosford and children
friends.Mr. Harry Costtaplous and with and Mrs. Hosford's mother wedding of Miss Linda white sweetheart roses and

Mrs. Diamond's brother and of Orlando; Mr. and Mrs. Jean Cody to William Davis lily of the valley centered

Richard Hosford of Council Millican was an event'Saturday with a garland of white
and Mrs. Johnny Mercer his family. They were accompanied
Bluffs Iowa December 17th at the phalaenousi orchids.
and Dickie Mercer of there by another ; Mr. and Mrs.
First Methodist Church of
Hilly Hill, S. C. arrived Friday brother Chris Costaplous of George Bucknam and daugh Bunnell. Rev. Oliver Taylor Mrs. Marshall Crews, sisterof
ters of
,. to spend the Christmas holidays Daytona Beach. They will be Lake, Wiscon officiated at the double ring the bride was matron of

with relatives. accompanied home by a sister sin.On honor. She wore a floor length
Monday, Mrs. G. J. Hos ceremony.
Mrs. Mary Pappas of Detroit empire gown of green crepe

Sam Smith, a student at who is visiting in the ford, Mr. and Mrs. George The bride, daughter of Mr. fashioned with long sleeves.
Bucknam and
Berry Academy in Rome, Ga., area. daughters and Mrs. L. S. Cody, Bunnell, Her flowers were a cascade
Mr. and Mrs.
is spending the holidays here Richard Hosford was given in marriage by her bouquet of green flgi mums
with his parents, Raymondand Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. White were luncheon guests of father. with white glittered translu
Mr. and Mrs.
Mary Smith. and children of Holly Hill, Jerry cent leaves and green satin
and family In Orlando.
The bridegroom is the son
S. C., visited here over the lame' streamers.
of Mrs. Emily Millican and
Airman 3/c Pat Barrow Is Holiday weekend with the
CHRISTMAS EVE the late John E. Millican of Bridesmaids were Miss Libby .
spending a week's leave here Rudye Shambens, the Joe
Palatka.A Miller Cocoa and Miss
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brock family, Mrs. Evelyn OPEN HOUSEIt ,

Claude Barrow. Pat Is stationed White and Fred White. The floor length gown of em- Kathryn Lamb, Jacksonville.

I at Elgin Air Force Base in Whites are former residents of was Open House and a pire design was chosen by the Their gowns were of 'the same
design as the matron of hon.
Pensacola. Bunnell.Mr. Family Get-Together at the bride. The chantilly lace bodIce -
home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert or in red wool crepe.
; had a scalloped neckline
Neal Atkinson, US Para Cook Christmas Eve. accented by a crepe bow, with
and Mrs. W. J. Ham- John G. Millican of Palat-
the affair
troopers, Fort Benning, Ga. is rick of Enjoying delightful long sleeves ending in pointsat
Jacksonville and with the hosts their ka, served as best man. Ushers
spending 10 leave visiting were
a day
Washington, D. C., visited sons and their families, Mr. the wrists. The crepe were Mose Atkinson, Bun
with relatives and
here during the Holiday week and Mrs. Robert Cook and sheath skirt was fashioned nell; John Wolfenden, Peter
friends. Neal will Officers
end with Mr. and Mrs. Dean Stephen of Gainesville and with a detachable train of Miller and Edmond Maltby of
Candidate School his
chantilly lace edged with
Holland. Mrs. Holland and Palatka.
return to Fort Benning. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Cook and

Mrs. Hamrick are sisters. Tract of Holly Hill; their crepe. Following the ceremony a

Alex Atkinson of Charles. daughter and son In law, Mr. She carried a cascade of reception was held at the

ton, S. C. is the house guestof Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Cook of and Mrs. Harry Gignac and Bunnell Civic Center.

Harry and Carol Atkinson.Mr. St. Augustine are spendingthe children of Clearwater; Mr.

holidays at their Flagler Cook's sisters, Mrs. Evelyn FLORIDA RANKS SECOND The bride's table overlaid

and Mrs. Tommy Dur- Beach home. Visiting with Naughton and son Bill of When it comes to growing with a floor length white sat

ranee and daughters Rebecca them are their son and daughter Holly Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund vegetables, Florida is second in cloth with white Illusionover

and Leona Ann and Mrs. Walter in law, Jim and Nilda Reynolds of Ormond only to California, accordingto drape, was centered witha

Knight spent ChristmasIn Cook of Tallahassee. Beach and Miss Mary Cookof the University of Florida's beautifully embossed four

Tampa where they enjoyeda Chicago, Ill; Mrs. Vicki DARE reports. tiered wedding cake topped

family reunion and Christmas Mullen, Ormond Beach, Miss with the traditional bride and
Rev. and Mrs. Oliver Taylor
dinner party. The affair Carolyn Spanik, Somerset, groom. Also on the table at
and children visited in Miami
: was held at the home of Mrs. Mass; Mr. and Mrs. Tony one end was an artistic arrangement
Monday and Tuesday with Kahlert, Mr. and Mrs. Bo Mc of white
Knight's brother In law and Most lime production In snapdragons
her Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
I sister, Mr. and Mrs. Horace parents, Daniel, Mr. and Mrs. George Florida takes place in Dade whites porn poms
Locke. Also joining them from Moody, Mrs. Cook's mother, County on approximately and white carnations in a

Dayttona Beach were Mr. and Mrs. Mae Johnson, their child 4,000 acres, state Experiment cupid compote. At the opposite

Mrs. Bob French and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Copelandwere ren, John, Janet and Mary Stations researchers say. end was a three branch.

Patty, Richard and Steve. dinner guests of his Cook. ed silver candelabra with

cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Olen lighted tapirs. The table was

Hicks in Palatka Christmas Joe Whitesides spent Christ. IT'S A BOY draped with a garland of

Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Chambers day. mas in Brunswick, Ga. with green smilax.
visited in Jacksonville his son and daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelly are
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Holden Mr. the parents of a son born Presiding at the serving
with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chambers and Mrs. D. L. Whitesides.
Wednesday, Dec. 21st at 6:45p. : table was Mrs. Roscoe Lynn,
have their He also visited
Jr., for the Christmas as holiday house- In Darien, Ga.
at the Bunnell GenerallIospital. Mrs. Bertha
m. Sammy Mrs.
Holidays. guests Mr. and Mrs. Robert with his mother, Mrs. EmmaL.
He weighed 8 Tommy Bertha, Mrs. R. W.
I Kane and Mr. and Mrs. Jul. Whitesides.
ian Caudill and children, pounds and 5 ounces at birth Deen, Jr., Mrs. A. B. Johnston,

ROY'S Tommy and Carolyn of Eliz- Miller Teters returned home and has been n'amed Billy Mrs. David Stephens and Miss
Joseph Kelly II. Kathy Barber. Mrs. W. W.
STEAM CLEANING SERVICE abethton, Tenn; and Pvt. 1/c Thursday from J. Hillls Miller
Deen assisted In
MOBIL HOMES Terry Caudill and wife of Fort Hospital in Gainesville wherehe Maternal grandparents are greeting the
and Miss Jean
guests Hanna,
TIM HOOK! and SIOIVOIGuaranteed Campbell, Ky. recently underwent sur Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gies, Gainesville, kept the bride'sbook.

to Kill Mildew gery. Bunnell and Paternal grand. .

I AIR CO11ITIOEIUCAIlPKNTKIl Virginia Wadsworth of parents are Mr. and Mrs. G.
and PAINTING RD/3 Bebe Moody, US Navy, After a wedding to
." Boulder, Colorado Is visiting B. Kelly also of Bunnell. trip
arrived Wednesday from Nor. New Orleans, the will
t MR. R. BOND. Flagler Beach here during the holidays with couple
794 her parents, Mr .and Mrs. folk, Va. Bebe Just completeda ELIZABETH RUTH HOFF be at home at 504 Second St.,
r Phone 439.2275 P.O. Box
tour of in
Lewis Wadsworth. duty .the Mediterranean Palatka.

and is spending an 18 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hoff -..
:r r. day leave here with relatives. announce the arrival of a

) daughter born December 23, O. F. ALFORD

Flagler County Insurance Gerald (Bo) Manuel of Dun- at the Bunnell General Hos Registered

I nellon visited In Bunnell several pital. She weighed five pounds
{ Real Estate Broker
days last week. 10 ounces and was given the

name of Elizabeth Ruth. Bunnell Florida
Agency, Bo and Bette McDaniel and .411.
son Butch and A. M. McDaniel -
All Forms of Insurance spent Christmas Day in Ocala Bookkeeping and
f with Owen and Margaret Income Tax Service 3 GAL. FOR $5.00

; 105 North Bay Street -:- Phone 437-3171 Shelton and children.Mr. SHOCKNEYRealty QUALITY PAINTCome

( In and age It made)
i Bunnell Florida 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTY and Mrs. David Stevens &
AccountingOrmond n. V. Yeoman, Orm..... Beach
were in Douglas, Georgia dur Beach. FloridaP. earner Hand Are. ell: V.: S. 1

BONDS ing the Christmas Holiday O. Box 842 Ph 677.4587 677.8020 9 a. m. till 5:308THE :
visiting with his parents.