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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: January 5, 1967
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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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Sharon Kay Lee, 9 years VOL. 55. NO. 1 BUNNELL. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. JANUARY 5. 1967 52.50 A YEAR sworn William In as L.Judge Wadsworth of the Seventh was
.old, was killed and her cousin
Sheila Lee 9 Judicial Circuit In a cere
was seriously
Injured Monday when the bicycle mony Wednesday morning in
FORMER BEACH AccumulatedFunds Palatka. The ceremony was
they were riding was
'hit by a car on US Hwy. 1 RESIDENT DIES Would You performed Courthouse at the Putnam the
Just north of the Bunnell City County under
limits. William Anderson, 74, New BELIEVEIt I of County sponsorship of the Putnam
Port Richey, died Dec. 13th County Bar Assn.Wadsworth .
The accident occured at after a brief illness. Happened In Flagler
12:15: p. m. at the Intersection Mr. and Mrs. Anderson re 10. 20. 40 Go On InterestFlagler was elected"In
County years ago left
1966 fill the
of US Hwy. 1 and State Road sided at Flagler Beach for to vacancy
13. The two children, Sharon about 15 years where they ? County Board of by the retirement of JudgeP.
Kay, riding on the rear fen. owned and operated the Blue Commissioners authorized B. Revels. Judge Howell

der, and Sheila pedaling, were Atlantic and the Anchor Mo. 10 YEARS AGO Clerk George Moody to put Melton, Chief Judicial Judge Circuit of the.
returning from the store. They tels. They were presently re $150,000, surplus funds, on Seventh presided
were riding in the grass median siding in New Port Richey Bunnell High School was deposit certificates at :the Citizens at the ceremony with
and attempted to cross where he had retired. represented in 1957 In the Bank, at the Monday all five Judges of (the circuit
US 1 when they were struck He is survived by his wife, Florida All State Senior High meeting of the commission. on the bench. They are H. D.
by an automobile driven by Elizabeth, two sons, Gerald Concert Band In Tampa, by Riegle, J. T. Nelson, R, Wing-
Randolph Dammas, 68, of New who Is living in Spain and Diana McKnight and Jim The money, derived from field, Melton and Wadsworth.

York. Stanley of Massachusetts. Funeral Cook, both seniors at BHS. various sources has accumulated Wadsworth was presentedwith
services were in New Janet Shields was appoint. over the years since (the for
robe
a purchased
Sharon died instantly of a Port Richey, Friday, Dec. 16. ed director of the 1957 Marchof operating expenses have not him by the Bar Assn.
broken neck and Sheila was Dimes Campaign. She was required the use of the funds.
admitted to Bunnell General assisted by Mrs. Helen Deen, The deposited monies will Following the ceremony a
Hospital suffering from a INTERNAL REVENUE Mrs. Elaine Canakaris, Mrs. draw interest at the rate of 5 luncheon was given at the

broken left leg and multiplecuts OFFICE OPENED ON Edna Lehr, Mrs. Shirley Gres. per cent. Club.Palatka Golf and Country
and bruises. CynthiaLee ham.
10 the dead chllds sister The board hired Col. LelandB.
MONDAYS TO HELPThe Wadsworth served as State
.
Shaw for a salary of $300.
was riding another! bicycle 20 YEARS AGO Representative from Flagler
Internal Revenue officeat
month
per to serve as attorney
behind the two victims, but
for until the
ten
326 South Grandview Avenue to (the board. Courtly years
was not Injured.The On January 7th, Bunnell
seat was eliminated in the reapportionment -
Daytona Beach, will be Girl Cagers lost to Pierson
children were visiting open on Mondays for assistance 243. Betty Muzyka, a second James H" Tucker was hired program. He
by the board ''as Prosecuting was named as one of the out.
with their paternal grandmother and advice in filing of string forward, made the only
Mrs. Roberta Lee, Federal Income tax returnsfor score for Bunnell. The boys Attorney, at a salary of $300. standing Representatives Ini
Bunnell. Sharon and Cynthia'sparents 1966. The hours are from team was also defeated witha per month. the 1965 Legislature in a poll

are Dallas Lee, Patrick 8:00 a .m. to 4:45: p. m., according final tally of 26 to 18. Louis Steflik, commission. conducted among the newspaper
AFB Cocoa and Mrs. to Merrill C. Straub, correspondents.
elected
er, was as chairman
Jean Haas, Summervllle. -representative of the District 40 YEARS AGO of the board and C. H. Cowartwas lature While Wadsworth serving In the was Legis re
Director. The office will
According to Patrolman Don elected vice chairman. sponsible for securing funds
be open the remaining four At the reorganization meet.
Butler, Traffic Homicide In. work, days of each week for ing of the Flagler County Harry' Cone, Jr. appeared for State parks in Flagler
vestigator, no charges have distribution of forms. Commissioners on January4th before the commissioners to County; obtaining a Health

been filed. Dammas and his As In past years, the Internal J, L. Jones was elected present a petition for the closing Clinic for our area and presenting .
wife, Lisette, were enroute to chairman. Other commission. of the' Relay Road. a bin permitting
Revenue is
Service
South Florida for a vacation.Mr. emphasizing ers were E. A. Hunter, George Flagler County to have a Recreation .
Dammas was admitted to a policy of self. Moody, J. B. Johnston, and J. Commissioners discussed Program. He also secured
Bunnell General Hospital for help, with taxpayers completing W. Malphurs. It was stated creating a parking lot at the other worthwhile acts
observation.Also as much of their returnsas the board is planning many rear of the Courthouse for employee Including an' increase In the
they can before visiting the parking also leasing annual salaries of most county
surviving are three sis local office. Questions will be county improvements for 1927, ,
ters, Cynthia Lee, Bunnell, answered Including a comprehensive unimproved property nearby officials.
by .telephone onMondays
.. The most Important 'IoLhispurpose. Judge Wadsworth, a .
Vickie and Jessie *Hass of .road program. practicing
Summerville, Florida; two 252.4319.REGISTRATION, the .number: to"cal"being In the tentative plansis ApoTnted Howard Lerch, attorney for 17 ri-

brothers James and Franklin the paving of the brick Flagler Beaeh, to' the Flagler served as a Juvenile counsel.

Hass, Summerville; and ma. road from Flagler Beach. County Recreational Advisory or, Small Claims Court Judge
ternal grandparents, Mr. and FOR NEXT Junior Epworth Leaguers Committee.Mrs. and City and County Attor

Mrs. Homer Hackney, Daytona -, SEMESTER OPENED AT enjoying a weiner roast near M. B. Fuller appeared ney.Married
Beach. Gore Lake recently were Eliz informing the commission of to the former Fran.

Graveside services will be DAYTONA JUNIOR COLLEGE abeth Browning, Margaret the forthcoming 50th Year Anniversary ces Faulkner and the. fatherof

conducted at 3:30 Thurs. Browning, Mary K. Deen, for Flagler County, three daughters, he holdsa
5th at p. m.the Registration\ is open today: Jeanette Bankston, Ria Allen, asking the board to plan a bachelor of arts degree from
day, January Cedar
Hills Memory Gardens in at Daytona Beach Junior College Marguerite Smith, Margaret celebration. The commission the Citadel in Charleston, S.
Daytona Beach. Rev. Shelton for second semester col. Jennings, Alta Jane Holden, asked the Flagler County C and an LLB degree from
Brooks will officiate. Craig lege credit classes. Irene Armstrong, Audrey Barber Chamber of Commerce to prepare the School of Law, Stetson
and L. Doris a celebration for this University. He served five
Funeral Home of Bunnell is Fully accredited days Mary Johnson,
in charge of arrangements. evening classes are includedin Sears, Julia Edge Lovelace, event which will, be July 1st. years in the US Army during
the college division sched Thera Grey, Virginia Sears, World War II. He is a memberof
ule. Most offerings may be Lucille Sears, Vera Holton, METHODIST MEN the Florida Bar Assn. and
BUNNELL used by teachers for recertlfl- James Biddle, Ellis Biddle, the American Academy of Political

GENERAL HOSPITALAdmitted cation and tenure. Robert Johnson, Claude Sears, PLAN PAPER DRIVEThe and Social Science.J. .

Day classes: will begin January Robert Hartsfield, Clare Bid Methodist Mens Club
Buddy Me- 9. Evening courses also die and Ernest Padgett. met Monday at the home of CLEGG ADDRESSES
Knight, Jlggs Atkinson, Mat. will organize this week. They were accompanied by Rev. Reynold Hoover for-a buf
tie Brooks, Julia Lovelace, Area persons planning to reg. Rev. Hartsfield and J. M. Bid fet supper. Following the sup. WOMENS SOCIETY

Denise Wimberly, Bud Tesker, ister should do so today or to. die. Mr. Biddle furnished the per Rev. Hoover presentedthe John A. Clegg spoke to the
Vina Elliott, Ernest Long, morrow.A cars and Rev. Hartsfleld made of
program-a travelogue ladles of the Bunnell Womens
Mary Herbert, Sheila Lee, late registration fee will two trips. his summer travels. The travelogue Society of Christian Service,at
Mattie Davis, Mary Williams, be assessed students signingup consisted of slides and their regular monthly meetIng :.
Bernice Barber, Debbie Lane, after January 5. HAROLD EMERYREELECTED talks about a 9000 mile trip Wednesday morning. Mr.
all of Bunnell; Charlotte Lut- he and Mrs. Hoover took this Clegg's topic was "New Year's

ton, Harry Hipple and Ann RECREATION COMMITTEE summer, from Florida to Resolutions".
Dye, Flagler Beach; Randolph BOARD CHAIRMANHarold Prince Edward Island a providence Rev. Oliver Taylor announced

Dammas, New York. MEETING THURSDAY Emery, who has In Canada) and from there would be a revival

Discharged MargaretRhea Flagler County Recreation served as a school board member the East Coast to the West conducted "Venture In Faith"

Dobson, Ed- Advisory Board will meet at for twenty years, was reelected Coast, Including Mexico. from February 5 thru 10th.
Ida Leech, Doris 8:00: p. m. In the court house as chairman of the The business meeting In. Mrs. Addison Webber and
T Henry Lee, Anna Thursday, Jan. 5th. A chairman Flagler County School Boardat eluded triple discussions on Mrs. Oliver Taylor, hostesses,
Hoff and Infant daughter, will be elected to serve Tuesray's meeting. Mrs. the following: served refreshments 'to sixteen .
Paul Stanish. the ensuing year. John Rice was re-elected to Paper Drive The men will attending.

The vacancy was created serve the ensuing year as sponsor a paper drive and
RITA SUE BROCK vice chairman.The urge the residents to save all
due to the resignation of LELAND B. SHAW
retiring board met at the old newspapers and maz-
Chairman Joe Seale who Is
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard leaving for Clarksville, Mo., 9 a. m. to complete all of the azines for them. If possible, OPENS LAW OFFICEMr.
Brock of Mig, Ga. are par. old business pending. they would appreciate! ,the!
ents of a dauf hter born Dec. white he will be employed. Members agreed (to pur bundles tied. People may call Leland B. Shaw, a Flaglr -
22. She weighed seven poundsat Qemmittee members are 66 student Bob Wallace at runty resident since 19 8
chase a capacity president,
Mr*. Betty Stoflik, Mrs. Joyce
Wrth and has been named school but body in complete 430-2441 for their newspaper awRouneed this week that heft
Rita Sue Brock. Townsend, Mrs. Bette McDaniel condition, for the State bid pick-up. opening a law office at 116
Jimmy Hargett, Leslie
South Bay Street, Bunnell.
Maternal grandparents' are price of $2800, for use in the
Pache, Juvenile Counselor
Mr. and Mr*. John Campbellof next school term. Before moving to. Flayer
Wilfred Hunter, and Howard METHODIST CHURCH
County, Mr. Shaw practiced
Bunnell. At 11 a. m. an organization
Leroh, who was appointed to
in Portland
law Oregon from
al meeting was held with two STUDY COURSE
replace Mr. Seale. 1980 until 1942 when he entered
RACMAEL ERIN MALONEMr. new members, H. V. Peavy
Rev. Oliver Taylor will present military servtte.
Dave
land Perryman, assuming
and Mrs. Robert W. Ma- BAND PARENTS TO duties as board membersfor a study counte "Keepersof He retired" as a full colonel,

tone of Winter Park, are parent MEET TONIGHT a two year (term. the Poor", Sunday, January8th infantry, in 1958. He paeaed
of a daughter born Dec. from 7 til 9 p. m. at the. the Florida Bar examinationrecently.
21 in a Winter Park hoBpitaLwm The Bunnell Band 1Aga. nr ATTEND CEREMONY First Methodist Church of .

Bile ache pvnp/, .ten will meet at 8:09> a. Among those from Bunnell Bunnell. Mr. Shaw was appointed. attorney
..hht tad fc. teen temthool fa .... Pieties .... attending the inauguration of The program is a church- for the Ftajper County
name* Kaefeael Erin. Matenvej Cafetorlojn, aoondtny! Governor Claude Kirk in Tallahassee wide study course and will be Board of CommtalojMm at
grmipMiiiti are Mr. and to Walter Wilkins, pre 1dept. Tuesday, were Sheriff open to all adults and youth ,tIetr meeting Tuesday ntftti
Mis. Len Wilson of the Flag All parents and interested and Mrs. P. A. Edmonton and Provisions will be made to accommodate Jan. 3.
.ler Tribune. persons are reminded to at Mr. lAM Brannam and daughter the children of Mr. and Mrs. Shaw reside
tend. Susan Brannam. parents" attending. at Lake DIutoa.tYoun .



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2-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE y TOURS. JAN. 5. 1967 ix Till CIRCUIT COVRT. SEVENTI -
JUDICIAL C1HC11T. IN
.' -- AND FOR FLAG LEU COUNTY .
FLOKIDA.
} IN CIIANCCHV No. 11431.
Srtbunr S utherner Will KATHERINE BLAIR WATSON,
mitt 3Alg! tar "" r f*.. Plaintiff,

INCOfP0j&.X T E D vs.
CallOnUs
FRED C WATSON.
\: DUNNELL FLORIDA Head AT&T As DefendantNOTICE

r., TO Arl'FAR AND
ANSWER
LEN WILSON President Feb. I'. IN THE NAME OF THli STATE
Editor and Publisher OK FLORIDATO
: FRED C. WATSONYou
BETTE S. McDANIEL are hereby notified thata
News Editor A southerner who headed suit has been brought against
you In the Circuit Court, Seventh
Southern Bell Telephone Com Judicial Circuit Flagler County,
Designated _ew.paper f.r all pany for 8% years will become Florida, In Chancery, by KATHERINE When
BLAIR WATSON, Plaintiff
Legal AdvertisingEntered president of the Ameri- and you are hereby required
can Telephone and Telegraph to file personally or by Attorney
clan Company. lie is Ben S. Gil- with the Clerk of said
as second matter Court, your answer or defensesto
February 6. 191S. at the post- mer, elected to the post De- the Complaint In said' suit on
office Florida, under cember 22 effective or before the 19th day of Jan-
at Bunnell. February uary, A. D. 1967 and also to
Act of March S. 1876. 1, He will succeed H. I. Rom- serve a copy nOf Messrs.answer ordefenses .

nes, who becomes chairmanof Krol. Attorneys for Osslnskyand Plain-

One Year ................_._.%.30 the board and chief execu- tiff, at their offices at 411 Main You Need

Six Month ..._....._....1.23 tive officer on February 1. on Street or before Daytona the Beach 19th Florida day dJanuary

A. D. 1967 ae requiredby
the Florida Rules of Civil
r e. e n wr
Procedure and herein fall not
WWII INSURED t or a Decree Pro Confesso and
Final Decree will be entered
LOANS EXPIRINGWorld against you by default.
You are further notified that
War II veterans have the name of the Court In which
said suit has been Instituted lathe
less than one year left to take Circuit Court. Seventh Ju-
dicial Circuit of Florida in and GOODPrinting
of GI
advantage guaranteedor for Flag-ler County In Chancery,
insured loans, according to < and that the title of said suit
C. W. of Is at hereinabove set forth.
Mr.
Henry, Manager You are further notified that
the VA Regional Office at St. the nature of said suit Is a su1'
for divorce a vinculo matrlmonll,
Petersburgh.July custody of children, and for temporary -
and permanent support
25, 1967, Is the dead alimony, Attorney fees and court

( line for World War II eligibility a costs WITNESS In this my proceeding1.hand and seal

I he said.Eligibility. of office at Bunnell, Flagler
t County, Florida, this 20th day
for World War II rBDg of December GEORGE A. D.J.96hOODY

veterans Is determined by a As Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Flagler County,
formula which adds ten yearsto Florida.

the date of their last discharge (Circuit Court Seal)
By /1/ Julia R. Harvey,
for ach
plus one year Deputy Clerk.
90 days of service. OSSINSKY.AND KROL
Attorneys >for Plaintiff
I S.GILMER 411 Main Street
Thus, eligibility for m lny Daytona Beach. Florida

has already expired, but the Mr. Gilmer frequently visited Dec. 22. 29, Jan. 6, 12. 4tc

July 25, 1967 date is the cut. in Florida while servingas NOTICE OF OFFICE FORMS .: '

off for all other World WarII president of Southern Bell tTOCKIIOLUICHS MEETING
Notice is hereby given that
veterans. from 1957 to 1965 and was the annual meeting of the Stockholders -

Veterans who were discharged also frequently in the state Bunnell of will the be Citizens held at Bank the office of ENVELOPESINVOICES V !
for serviceconnected in earlier capacities with Southern of the Bank In Bunnell
a
Bell. Florida, on Wednesday, January
disability and the widowsof llth, 1967 at 3:00 O'clock P. M.
for the election of a Board of
such veterans will be eligible
Mr. Gilmer, president of Directors to serve for the ensuing -
up to the July 25, 1967 Southern Bell from 1957 to year and for the transaction
deadline.For of such other business as
1965, was reared In Montgomery nay properly come before the
Ala He has been exec meeting. LETTER HEADS
'
veterans of the Korean Howell V. Peavy,
Conflict the formula for determining tive vice president of AT&T Cashier

"GI loan eligibility for 1% years. 18Itc

is the same as for veteransof and general IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS
Vice president FLAGLER COUNTY, FLOIl-
World War II. However, the manager, Mr. L. E. Rast of IDA.
IN CHANCERY No. R424.
Korean Conflict entitlementdid
Southern Bell noted that Mr. VIRGINIA ANN LITTLE
not: begin to expire until Gilmer is the first southern. Plaintiff
Jan. 31 1965 and !the final ,
,
FRANKLIN
of
er to be elected president JAMES LITTLE,
deadline is Jan. 31, 1975. AT&T, which is the parent Defendant
NOTICE TO DEFEND
As in the case of World company of Bell System Com THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: :BILL HEADS
JAMES FRANKLIN LITTLE
War II veterans, Korean Conflict panies, including SouthernBell Cabin Creek, West VirginiaYou
veterans discharged for which is the largest in are hereby notified that a
terms of telephones in service.Mr. suit has been filed against you
service-connected disabilitiesand
RULED
In the above entitled cause; and FORMS
their widows are eligibleup Gilmer Joined SouthernBell you are hereby theeClerk
to the final 1975 deadline. at Birmingham in 1926 your answer with .
this Court, and to serve a copy
Eligibility for Post. Korean and rose steadily through the thereof upon the plaintiff or
veterans under the new G.I. ranks to positions of increasing and plaintiff's address attorney is'CHARLES whose name TICKETS and TAGS

Bill does not begin to expire responsibllitlty. Most of 1. LUKE, II
until 1976. his early years were spent in h1260 North Rldgewood Ave.

Atlanta headquarters as an nueDaytona Beach. Floridanot
engineer. He went into the later than February 6th A. CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS
EASY ON THE FEET D., 1967.
air force in 1942 and came outa If you fall to do so, decree
The housewife Lieutenan-Colonel. pro confeeso will be entered
average against you for the relief demanded I
walks nearly eight miles a Rejoining the company in In the bill of complaint.The .

day, mostly lln1 and around 1945, he was assigned to gen nature DIVORCEWITNESS of said suit being for

her home. eral headquarters in Atlanta.He my hand and seal of
How well she endures the was promoted to Assistant said Court this 28th day of. December -
A. D 1966.
j strain depends on what's beneath Vice President in 1948, became ClerkEof said CircuiitCourt
the floors. Hard unyielding Louisiana manager in
(Official Seal)
materials spell discomfort 1949 and general commercial By /sJoyce Patrick
The Southern Pine Association manager in 1950. He served Deputy Clerk.
1-5-12-19-25. 4tc
recommends a "raised !the Northwestern Bell and

platform" floor structure Pacific Bell Companies as a We Don't Do The Most :

which utilizes the natural resiliency Vice President from 1952 to Subscribe I
to The Flagler I
of lumber in a series 1956. In the latter year he became

of shock absorbers for walk Southern Bell's Vice Tribune

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signed up for both, parts of Hospital Insurance portion o." CORN 5 For $4TOO Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
medicare. If I am a patientIn Medicare is paid for each J,
that is not "spell of illness." It is not ona
a hospital par-
ticipating ,In medicare, will calendar year basis. A penny 1 lb. Can
any of my medical benefits in "spell of illness" ends aftera bOG Each DAIRY
the hospital be paid for by person has been discharged FOOD. 5e
medicare? 60 consecutive days from Hungry Jack CANNED 9% oz. Can
the hospital. For example, Sunburst (Carton of Six 10 oz. Size) For
A. Yes. Your doctor bills in BISCUITS
let's are In a participating 5 'I00Kraft
say you .
the hospital will be covered SOFT
hospital several days DRINKS Deposit)3ge
regardless of whether or not (N"o )
is and are discharged; you pay i/8 Gal.
the hospital participating
the hospital the first $40. If
to! the program. This second Et.
re-enter the hospital with- ORANGE JUICE
part of medicare pays 80% of you kn 60 days of your discharge, Pillsbury' (Plain or Self-Rising) 4ge j
your doctor bills and other
would not another
you pay
covered medical services afteryou've
$40. However, if you re-enter FLOUR
in such
had $50 ex- FROZEN FOODS
the hospital after you've been
Also, Ifyou're
in the
penses year.
discharged 60 days, then you
admitted !to the hos-
Ib.
pital due to an emergency, must would pay the begin$40 again another, as 5 Bag 4ge Clark1. CHOPPED fkg. of Five 4 oz.
bill after the you SIRLOIN Ea.
your hospital "
"spell of Illness. STEAKS
first $40) may be paid, even Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order 89 e
though the hospital Is: not Q. My husband will be 65
participating In the program.Q. in November, 1966, and I am Morton's CHICKEN-BEEF-TURKEY

.Medicare.I'm over 65 I've and been eligiblefor told curity.63. We Will both receive I be eligible social se for FRESH PRODUCE POT PIES 5 :k::: $100

medicare as soon as my husband
that Medicare will not pay is 65? 4 lb. Cello

any of my hospital expensesIf A. No, you must be 65 years Each '
I request and get privateroom BAG APPLES 4ge
old No
accommodations. Is this yourself. one can qualify \ OUR VALUESHORTENING
for medicare until they
correct?
A. No, it isn't correct. MedIcare are 65 years of age. 1 Ib. Cello

pays for semiprivateroom Q. I am 65, own my own
accommodations in the business and earn well over BAG CARROTS 10e

hospitals that are participating the $1500 allowed by social 3 Ib, 47e
; In the program. However security. Do I have to miss out Tin
a patient is not prohibited by A. No, you can be eligiblefor Large CrispCELERY
Medicare from having a private medicare as soon as you Stalk 10 Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
room if that is the choice. are 65' by filing an applica- e
Medicare will still pay the tion. The amount of your
semiprivate room rate In earnings In no way affects
such a case and the patient your right to medicare. ,

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A. R. CRAIG. FtHMral Wrector
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CONDITIONEDCMAFBL AIR I ATTENDANT LADY I AMBULANCES EQUIPPED OXYGEN: ""Illlll .

t, Phone 437.3=27

PiMtM ID "-.. OPEN SUNDAYS ILL N.. 1 BpHMKLL
a.oo .....-1 sOl p.m.

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FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. JAN. 5. 1967COME ':OLD ACQUAINTNCE"

GAMES PARTY AT

N1V.1'S? yWMVS. .. .............. V/4...... ........a...... .. \ f ...a.. ., ..... :
: rlcLCLlev ouch WOMAN'S CLUB

a Friday Jan. 6, beginning at
7:30: p.m. will be "old ac
Saturday evening a groupof Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. quaintance" time when new
Painters Hill residents Les Waterman and family for and old friends are Invited to
gathered at the home of Mr. the holidays were his parents, attend a games party to be
and Mrs. Al Jones for a pot Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Waterman held at the Flagler Woman's

luck supper, Enjoying the affair from Jamestown N. Y. Club building at 1524 South
were Mr. and Mrs. Robert and their son, John, who is Central Avenue. A nominal
Fraser, Mr. and Mrs. Ed stationed at Fort Gordon Ga. donation will be taken at the
Fraser and children, Mrs. Jul. with he U. S. Army. Also joining door, of which the proceeds
a ia Harvey and Mr. and Mrs. the Watermans on Christmas will go toward the Club's ob
Bill Winkler' of New York day were Mr. and Mrs. ligations.
City. Burnard Kozowski and daughter
Helen Peggy Misslnne, There will be several gamesof

Mrs. Julia Harvey visited In Mrs. Vivian Hanna and choice with prizes, including
,. Orlando daughters Faith and Cherrle door prizes being given.
with her
brother and
.
.,''". .' ,, ';I. sister In law, Mr. and Mrs.R. and Arthur Mosler all of Flag- Refreshments will be 'served
':: and Mrs. V. W. Haines
: :;&:L.:" :' ;i.;."." E.. Rogers during the holidays ler Beach. and means chairman will, ways be

& GET IT. A sea of hands greets Captain interested to see how many
METHODIST CHURCH NEWS
-'. Frank J. Shaver as be passes soap and other necessities to states are represented. Members
Vietnamese children. The items were donated from around Mr. ,Vincent Messina of Church time Is 9:45 a. m. are urged to tell their
,the world. Flagler Beach received a New and morning worship at 11 neighbors and friends.
Years greeting on December o'clock with Rev. Reynold
30th from President and Mrs. Hoover pastor, officiating.The REV. SHELTON BROOKSTO
Lyndon Johnson. The greeting Youth Fellowship meets
Young Orators Win r was in return of a Christmas each Sunday evening at 6:45 PREACH SUNDAYRev.

greeting sent to the John PW m. and youths 12 to 21 are Shelton Brooks ot Bun-

Florida 4-H Honors sons by Mr. Messina. invited to attend. nell will bring the morning

Chapel Choir rehearsal is message at 11 a. m. Sunday at
Holiday guests of Mr. and 5:45: p. m. and Chancel Choir the Community Memorial
i The Pure Oil Company sponsor Mrs. Bernie Wilson include rehearsal at 6:30: p. m. each Church. Communion will also

of the public speaking program David Proser and Mark Mie- Wednesday evening. be held. Sunday school begins

presented a chest of silverware chazic, both students at the at 9:45: with classes for all
R to Hiss Henderson anda University of Florida, and FLAGLER BEACH ages.

wrist watch to young Rose. Gordan Brasell and sons, Don- PTA MEET
| Miss Henderson, daughter of ny and Greg, from Miami. The ladies guild met last
I :Mr and Mrs. E. J. Henderson, Flagler Beach Elementary week at the home of Mrs.

has given 13 speeches in her Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marks School Parent Teachers Assn. John Schott with a good number .

project this year. She has beenin spent Christmas in Jacksonville will meet at 7:30 p. m. January in attendance. Mrs. Albert .
I Mill H.nd.rson ROI. 4-1I11ve years. Twice she has with their son In law 9th in the school cafe- Batten was elected as the
been president of her club and and torium. Mrs. Harry Strickland, new guild president with Mrs.
daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
"Over half of
the
world's V. W. Haines
population remaining
"' twice president of Brevard C D. Floyd, and grand dough. president will preside, and as
Is under the of
age 25, The
secretary. treasurers
County 4-H. Tom Carmody is in charge of office
ter
Colleen and
grandson, '
Kathy Henderson 15 of
Cocoa will be decided
on after
top Florida girl in the 4-H Pub- Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred a student at Palatka the program.
i lie Speaking informed Samuel Rose, is a six-year mem- College Expected guests of Projects for the year will be the present one, Mrs.; Ira
,
program Bordner
'her listeners. ber of 4-11 and a Junior Jn high the Marks are Mr. and Mrs. discussed and all parents are returns home.

I I' "Our generation should show school He has been president Tim O'Conner friends from urged to attend. There will not be a fellowship I

i iwhat we can do to participatein 1 of his club three times. His en- Chicago 111. I BUFFET supper for the month of
thusiasm about has led HONORS VISITORS
the important work of thworld. e 1 speaking January. Mrs. R. W. Dickert
him to try to interest
As we assume responsl-; students in taking enough Rev. and Mrs. Reynold Leonard and Day Moody of reported that Rev. Dickert was
\abilities we must not lower our his school will offer speech so that Hoover spent Christmas day Alexandria Va. were honored doing nicely from his recent
[horizons or lose our idealism," a course. In Jacksonville with their guests at a Buffet Dinner New surgery but was still very
she declared. Both of these teen-agers are daughter Mrs. Phyllis\ Roon- Year's Eve hosted by George weak. He appreciated all
Bruce Rose 16 of Lithia, top, examples of the growing number ey and grand daughter Jill. and Virginia Moody at their weak.
I boy in 4-H Public Speaking explained of non-farm youth who are They were accompanied by home in Flagler Beach.
to his audience that the, taking advantage of the multi. another grand daughter Miss Ten invited guests enjoyedthe BOY SCOUT TROOP 495
American flag stands for the t rude of opportunities made Gail Mumro from Ormond affair with the hosts and
struggle for independence for available to them through 4-H. Beach. honored guests. The CANDY SALE
''the nation's great presidents| Both are also toying with the Moodys,
'and idea of their and daughter Lee, returned The Boy Scouts of Troop 495,
t statesmen, for the dead who using speaking
:home
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Arnold via plane
t :have served their country. He( skills for a future in politics. Monday morn sponsored by the Flagler'Beach
and sons, Bruce and Steven ing. Methodist
Church hada
illustrated how the flag also These two young orators were arrived home last Thursday ,
symbolizes freedom of speech, selected for their honors by the from Jamestown Rhode Island CELEBRATES BIRTHDAYMrs. candy sale on December20th
and wish
to thank all the
religion and
otherI
press many Cooperative Extension Service
after
spending two weeks
rights and privileges. which directs'4-H Inez people that contributed to
I Club work. with her parents, Mr. and Rev. and Crenshaw and make the sale a success. All
Mrs.
I Mrs. William F. Glen. Reynold Hoover -
proceeds will be
used for
Joined Mr. and Mrs. Roger operational -
Hoose for dinner Friday expenses of the
RESOLUTIONWHEREAS evening
Returning home last Wednesday troop.
to celebrate
Mr. Hoose's77th
Mr. Medric after a week's vacation -
BgER birthday.IN .
RV "Bing" L. Shows, departed this\ in Monon, Indiana were Scoutmaster Bob Wallace
pS life on December 23, 1966, and I Mr. and Mrs. Pat Smith ands THE KITCHEN also stated -that the boys are
WHEREAS he devoted hi daughter Linda. They were planning another canoe trip
According to the
very best energy to serve the the guests of Mr. Smith's Pine Association Southern due to the interest and enthusiasm
wood
brother in law and ; cab.Inets of the boys.
citizens of Flagler County.and sister Mr. and paneling
Increasingly
and Mrs. True CUlp, and !their are
family and visited with his popular in kitch WSCS MEETING
ens. While
WHEREAS the Flagler County parents Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert warm in appearance .
these products are cool The Woman's Society of
Chamber of Commerceand
A. Smith
The and a brother and
ing in effect. Wood does not Christian Service of the Flag.
all of
Flagler County sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. reflect heat ler Beach
j have suffered a loss of a devoted Gilbert Smith Jr. and their generated by Methodist 'Churchwill
Flagler Tribune citizen and member of E family. cooking and laundering.TOO meet Thursday, January

the community, and LATE TO CLASSIFY 12th at 9:30 Hall."Compulsive.a. m. In the Fellowship

,- ,, -. r '. -. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED Mrs. Sue Spivey had as her ANTIQUES WANTED-O i I Conformity and
that the Flagler holiday guests Mr. and Mrs. paintings, cut glass, old Christian Values" will be the
HASTINGS MATTRESS County Chamber of Commercein Bryant Spivey and daughters, china, lamps, anything in topic of the program, conducted -
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS behalf of the people It represents ; Kay and Susan, from Me- furniture. Write. Earl R. pier- by Mrs. Lynn Clary.
hereby officially expresses Comick, S. C.; Mr. and Mrs. son or phone: 6776328. 224 Hostesses for the coffee hour
710-12 Lemon St. its deepest sympathyto Aubrey Spivey and sons Darryl Arlington Way, Ormond will be Mrs. Fred Marks and
Palatka Florida the family of the late Med and Jody, of Orlando; Mr. Beach Florida. 1.5-4tp. Mrs. Allen Jenkinson.
Phone EA 5-9166 ric L. Shows, and and Mrs. Joseph Dittrich and
Furnitu-,. Upholstering daughter, Karen of Ormond
Repaired & Refinished ,BE IT FURTHER RESOLED VBeach and their son Mark a
Mattresses & Box Springs that a copy of this resolution student at Culver Military LELAND B. SHAW
Made to Order.Also Renovated be presented to Mrs. School in Culver Indiana; Mr.
Call Laura Morris 437.3233 Medric L. Shows, and that a and Mrs. Edward Lyde Spiv-

After 6:00 P. M. copy be Incorporated Into the ey and son, Barry; and Mr. Announcesthe
PRICES REASONABLE. official minutes of the Flag and Mrs. Carllle Spivey and openingof
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. ler County Chamber of Commerce children Skip, Debbie and
Just as near as your and be published in Mike, of Jacksonville.Miss .
Phone or Post Office the Flagler Tribune.L. .
Drop Us A Card: or Call

Free Pick-up & Delivery E. Wadsworth, Pres.; Sharon Spivey, daughter LAW OFFICES '
of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Spl .
of the Flagler County I
vey spent several days visiting ; .
Chamber
of Commerce.'
with her aunt and uncle,
Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Thompson, at .
in Ormond Beach.


" Flagler County Insurance Mrs. Nell Douglas has returned 116 South Bay Street

!to her home after

' Agency Inc. spending the holidays in At. Bunnell Florida
lanta, Georgia with her sons
and their families.O. .

All Forms of Insurance January 4, 1967 .

106 North Bay Street .:. Phone 437.3171 F. ALFORD ..
Re ot A*...
Bunnell, Florida 38010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTY FORMERLY THE OFFICES OF
t Real Estate Broker
BONDS JUDGE WILLIAM L, WADSWORTH4mE
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5-THE FUIGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. JAN. 5, 1967


For And About Teenagers ]] ,



WE GIVE MET T S Quantity Reserved Right

'TirfS 'TIME ***

TOP Prices Good

Thurs., Fri., Sat.
9' WROtl6... .tid
Oo .- VALUE SUPER MARKET and Monday,
January 5, 6, 7

and 9, 1967
c
___ _n __... STAMPS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437-3201
WEEK'S LETTER: "I years.It .
am a girl In the
seventh grade. also seems a bit contra.
I have been asked to a prom by dictory that
they would buy you Florida Grade "A" (Limit 2 Please)
an eighth grader..This is a graduation good clothing for regular wear
dance for our school anda and then set a price limit
on a
seventh grader can go only if dress for a dance. Could it be '. ; Lb.w ., .
asked by an eighth grader.My we are not talking about a dress, 'WholeFRYERS 25
parents feel I am too old for this but an evening and .
type of thing,but instead of gown you ,
say.ing'no" have heart set
your on one too ,' :L'
.
they agreed to let me expensive to purchase for just -
go If my dress was under$5.50 one prom as you will probably Lean Juicy ,," .
and for this price you can't even
"outgrow" it before next
buy a good school dress. I feel year?
my parents are always good to Why not take a sensible ap PORK STEAKS. Lb. 55
me, they buy me nice and ex. proach? Ask your mother to ;. ..
pensive clothes, but this time I select and buy the dress -and \ \' .
feel"they are wrong.What can I be happy with what she gets foryou. "
do? Lyke's Sugar CreekSLAB
OUR REPLY Your parentscan
hardly believe you are too I you liovi a l..!all problem, yea wens I*
"old for this type of activity. facua, .r on ebitrvofion .. mot, add,... BACON
There will be proms and dances you COMMUNITY l I.n.r to AND rOR SUBURBAN AND ABOUT PRESS TUNAGEXS.SERVICtrRANKFOUKY. Lb. 53Floida

throughout your high school .


HOUSING. LUMBER IN APPRECIATNONThe Grade "A" (Family Pkg.) Lean MeatySPARE

OUTLOOK FOR 1967 family of George C. MeArn UPT- FRYERS S Bag Lb- $179 RIBS Lb. 5ge

Jr. acknowledges with
Bill Levitt, creator of the grateful and heartfelt appreciation U. S. Choice (Beef) U. S. Choice (Round Bone)
famous "Levitt owns" and one the kindness shown by
of the nation's leading build our many friends during our POT ROAST Lb. 590 SHOULDER ROAST Lb. 6ge
ers, believes the housing time of sorrow. Thank you
slump will end sooner than from our hearts for all the Lean (Boneless) U. S. Choice
anticipated. food, beautiful flowers and
especially for all the comfort. ALL MEAT Lb. CHUCK Lb.
Levitt is of the opinion thata ing thoughts and prayers of STEW 6ge STEAK 590
pickup in housing starts
each and
will begin In March. lie pre. The everyone.Family of U. S. Choice Best
dicts that 1967 will be a "good FAMILY Lb. 690World's Ibs.
George C. McArn, Jr.
year" and 1968, "a great year, STEAK BEEF Z 9ge
the best we have ever had In Llvi Brannam, Jr. leaves
home building in the United Friday to return to Palmer
States." College of Chiropractic in
Davenport, Iowa. Levi has I
Levitt and other prominent been spending the holidays DIXIE CRYSTAL Folger's (Regular or DRIP))
builders declare that when
a here with his parents, Mr. and
.resurgence commences, "qual. Mrs. Levi Brannam.
ity builders and quality ma SUGAR : COFFEE
terials will go forward to. .

gether.". ;., ": .. ._' ,J, .. .
Pine Association, some of the -: t t '0'
5 Lb. ,
Builders and economists are most promising areas of con Lb.
in general agreement that the struction In 1967 for builders Bag 39' Tin 49t1.
nation is not overbuilt but and lumber will be additions
faced with a great ,pent up remodeling that meet
demand for housing which, the growing 4-jbllc: demandfor Limit 1 with purchase of $5.00 Limit 1 with purchase of $5.00or

when unleashed, should pre. outdoor recreation at or more food order more food order
cipitate the greatest building home.
boom in the nation's history.
wood decks which
Temporarily the demand is Sweeping
"family rooms" in the
provide
. air Pillsbury (Plain or S. R.) SHURFINE (TaU)
,
bottled up by tight money. open private patios screen
Belief that the boom is sure ed by architecturally styled CANNED
to come, sooner or later, is fencing and home swimming '
based on knowledge that the pools are among the many FLOUR .,.'
bumper baby crop born during bright possibilities. Wood products MILK
World War II is reaching such as decking and
family forming age in unpre. rough sawn siding are In. 5 Lb.
cedented numbers. Some authorities creasingly popular. Bag 49- ,
believe the nation 7 Cana $100Limit
maintenance is stimulating
Low
will need more than 20 million
new homes during the the trend. Exterior 1 with purchase of $5.00or
forthcoming decade. stain finishes, combining pig. more food order Limit (7) Please
water and
ment repellents
According to the SouthernROY'S
preservatives have proven ex
tremely durable when applied .

to rough sawn Southern DAIRY DEPARTMENT Monogram (Long Grain)
Pine siding on exterior walls. .
STEAM CLEANING SERVICE 3 Lb.
BIODlJun HOMES: Pillsbury (Canned) RICE Bag' 3ge

TILE ROOFS and SIDINGS: Bookkeeping and Cans
Guaranteed to Kill Mildew Income Tax Service BISCUITS 4 390 Cabin Home (Plain or S. R.)

CARPENTER CALL AIR AFTER CONDITIONERS and 8100 PAINTING P.M. SHOCKNEYRealty & Accounting Kraft (16 Slice) American MEAL B g:. 37c

MR. R. BOND, Flagler Beach Ormond Beach. FloridaP. Pkg.
Phone 439.2275 P.O. Box 794 O. Box 842 Ph 677.4587 CHEESE 590 Jim Dandy (Quick)


FROZEN FOODS GRITS LLb. 370


NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERSOur Canada Dry ((12 oz. Can)
Master Chef ((9 )
oz.
CANNED 10 $ telephone listing was inad- FRENCH FRIES Pkg. ge. DRINKS Can ,&'


vertently omitted in the new tele- Big Scoop Farm Fresh Produce
/ Gal.

phone directory., ICE MILK 490 Red


Call 437-3316 for the Chicken Pan- BAKERYEverfreth BAG APPLES Bag. 450Freh

Milton Motel. (20 oz.)
try or Loaves CritpLETTUCE
BREAD 4 95c "-"
Please file this number for future ice

Everfredi (Reg.) Vine Ripe

reference.. BREAD 5 Leav... 95e TOMATOES u 290TIlE

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Mildred "
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6-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. JAN. ,S. 1967 Peach-Berry Pudding -Pronfo

oBY

_. AMILY POT LUCK ,

':- b HELEN HALE ? f'v

}
CAIDyr' Quick Salads
Combine sliced hard-cooked 6 _
eggs, pickled beets and French
dressing. Serve on curly endiveor
BY TOM DORRI shredded salad greens.

.... Toss cup-up canned or left
over chicken With sliced earned

OH,HI, IMO ENE... water chestnuts, celery, coarsely
: I CANT TALK VERY ,sliced, drained canned peas and

I } LONG_.. mayonnaise. Serve atop thick
slices of tomato on lettuce.
I i Marinate cooked
cubedpota-
toes In French or oil dressing!!
then mix with chopped hard-'

cooked egg, crumbled bacon,
chopped celery and pickles. > 4

Combine drained, canned

kidney beans, cut-up celery One of the most colorful desserts you can serve Is Quickly made
1\ chopped dill pickles, cubed Peach-Berry Pudding. COmm- aI, blueberries and canned peach i
American cheese and mayon halves give the distinctive: flavor and texture to the muffin-like
nalse. Serve In lettuce cups. dessert. Serve It warm, topped with ice cream or dairy sour
po {; ? Mix equal parts of cooked cream for very special occasions. -
macaroni and ham. Enriched self.rising corn meal makes :Peach.Derry Pudding
chopped
to put together. This dependable baking product has the
Add easy
crispness, as desired, In the correct amounts of leavening and salt preblended with the flour
I / -JLTS NINE O'GLJDCK.. ___FATHER SAYS I MUST ] form of chopped celery, pickles for perfect baking results. Pre-measuring. done by the miner for
BE IN BED BY TEN. and olives. Serve with greens.JIeJen' your convenience,means fewer recipe steps for you. It's enriched
with key nutrients-calcium, iron and the B-vitamins, thiamine,
riboflavin and niacin,to help assure )'Our.family's good health.PEACHBERRY .
Favorite
:
v J Peanut Butter Salad PUDDING
Topper
u 6 to 8
0r (Makes 1 cup) servingsV4 '
s."I 1/4 cup peanut butter .*H cups enriched self.risinga to J% cup milk

1/2 cup dairy sour cream ;.; corn meal ;:1 tablespoons oil
fiky 1/4 cup honey V/4 cups well-dratned blueberries 6 r" well-drained peach
1/4 canned or frozen, halves (1 pound can)
cup plneapple-grapcfrul
thawed Ice dairy
drl I Cream cream or
Y2 cup sugar sour cream If desired
Blend
peanut butter with
z 1 cu, beaten
sour cream and honey. Grad.
ually add pineapple-grape Combine corn meal, % cup blueberries and sugar. Blend to-
F fruit drink, stirring carefully. gether egg V4 cup milk and oil. Add liquid all at once to corn
Serve meal mixture, stirring only until well blended. Spread evenly ia
over fruit salad, par. well-greased 9-inch pie pan. Arrange peach halves around edgeof I
ticularly those which contain pan and sprinkle with remaining blueberries. Bake In 425
bananas or apples or both oven, 25 to 30 minutes or until done. Serve warm with cream, ice
cream or sour cream, if desired.
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WEIL AS ABOVE GROUND. -..,,, 1I24 h i
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I .:Bfonehard and Jeffries,January 7, 1785.A Pattern No. 105. tail 't
tabulating machine was patented by Herman Hollerith, Supper. Th. Last Supper don.In crocAef
January 8, 1889.Photography maUt a b.ouMbf wall// hanging. Pattern
(Ciguerrotype)was first used January 9,1839.U 'No I05glVtf ffofnifrucHonf.fend 4,' ;

troops were ordered to China to guard railroad, Jan- .tofo*50e fr..c.ltd. for(""H..newotlc r.id.nrbr.i/ Bo.feC ::1k :

ury 9,19 12. d.fy and a coupon for fr.. pattern of --
\ The Lend Lease bill was Introduced in Congress, January 10, yaw ch.k.. ; ,)
1941. The U.S. Army contacted the moon by radar, January Send 49e hr M :
:k'r JI M. for...,. nee.K.w*rt paptm (*aW J< .,
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j' January 11, 1935. IJfc for Heft pM.rn far Ant dmnwMki / wNo urvA.Lt .
"'I J to AUMfY lAN lOfMU, CM ore ws >> rvs
....... Amelia Earhart completed flight from Hawaii Cam, IM.H.wY... I, N.K 7A! MA.v 7c. scaea. -.
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DAIRY CATTLE

EXCITED ABOUT Too Late

KENAF SILAGESo

you think you're a heavy To Classify
eater. How about this.
BY Russell Kor
Scientists at the Universityof MOVING
Florida recently started
feeding kenaf silage to 700- "Let's Make Government
pound dairy steers in experi- Work Better" suggests former
mental trials to check the President Eisenhower in a
crop as a possible livestock feature article appearing in
feed. the January Reader's Digest.

There's no question but Pointing out the need for a
that the animals go for kenafin number of changes in the
a' big: way. Each animal terms and tenure of Senators,
ate an: ,'average of'132 poundsof Congressmen and federal
the silage during the test Judges as well as Presidential SALE I
ing period. procedures, based on his experience
as Chief Executive,
"I've never seen animals the former President's proposals
''this size eat'more feed" said are worthy of serious con
Dr. James Wing associate sideration of every American
dairy husbandman with the citizen.
state's Experiment Stations.He .
Perhaps the most funda
explained' that this mental and surely one of the
year's crop has much better most beneficial of the
quality 'and a higher protein changes proposed applies to JANUARY 5th-21st '
content, according to Dr. Congress. They provide that
.
Wing.Dr. terms of the members of the
Gordon Killinger, associate House 'be changed from two (. :
Stations to four terms and the "
agronomist, year
'
NO EXCHANGES OR REFUNDS ,
.;
says the silage idea came maximum period for a con ;
about when it was found that gressman to: serve be limitedto ,.\
the plant's leaves and their three four-year terms. Senators '
stalks were high \in total nitrogen would still serve six MEN. and BOYS' PANTS-Buy one pair at regular price
and ran more than 25 year terms but be limited -to .
percent in crude protein. two terms. Thus in a practical get another pair (up to same price) for......._.................:.................$100
The kenaf plant has been application, the maximum
used for other things besides period of service of both
cattle feed. It has been calleda houses of Congress would be
"magic plant" by some of 12 years.If MEN'S WHITE SHIRTS Short Sleeve 2'for $300, Long Sleeve2. ;'w$400 ,, ..
its potential as a paper pulp
the members of the
product.
House were elected every four .
Yarn and fabric 'have already
been made from kenaf. years at the same time as the MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS-Long or short Sleeve! .
President the chances v
Attractive articles of cloth. are good ',
that the Chief Executive
ing made from, the plant's would have a Congress of his Regular Price........ 600 Now.. ........... 499it .
parts have been blended with
,! I
own party throughout his .
\ .
synthetic fibres like dacron.
four year term and make the Regular Price........ 500 \ Now.....:...... 399 ; .

machinery of governmentwork ," ,.
more efficiently.It .
''
is doubtful that the Regular Price........ 400 Now............ 299 .
.
'
WANT ADSHOUSE founders of our country vis .'
"
ualized lifetime careers of of ,. .

FOR SALE-2 story fice-holding such as we see 6 ONLY! ....Men's Sport Coats at a Low Price of ...........................1375
Rail today, ,but rather as an In.
frame house, 200 North

road street. Inquire after 7 time terlude he took in a out man's from his career bus., BOYS WEATHER JACKETS .......................................:: .. ;...... ...20C!
p. m. Phone 4373580. ,1Q6TFHOUSE ..... '.
'
iness '
'to
or profession serve "'
'FOR SALE-Bunnell, his country.When (Just 6 to sell 1 at this price] .", y ; ;:1

3 bedrooms, 2 baths, living a man makes a lifetime

room, ,Florida room, utility career of politics, too Boxer Style and Knit Athletic Shirts..............?....?....?....?.' 3 for 199
room, storage and carport.CB often he becomes more of a
construction. Rear yard politician than a statesman.His I.
fenced. Call 4373484. actions are geared to the CLOSE OUT ON MEN'S WORK SHIRTS AND PANTS- DRASTI.
12152229154tp. next election rather than thenation's ,.
welfare. Few persons CALLY REDUCED
HOUSE FOR RENT-N. Rail. retain their full health and .
road St., Bunnell. See Duane mental vigor in their 70's and '
Ladies Wool Pants
..
Deen C. A. Riddell. ?
or 80's. We have cases In both .
121522.29, 1.5.4tp. the House and Senate where \ *'
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FOR SALE RENT or LEASE, heads of important commmittees Ladies and Girl Skirts .............................:... ..:.:.?.....I'.::.,.,.....................,399
2 bedroom beach home 15th grew senile or becametoo '. : : ..," i

St.4373472., Flagler Beach, Fla.12-22tfc Phone yet ill they to carry continued on their to duties retain Pastel Bonded Flannel Skirts.................................................:.....:........500.

their positions of power.
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain The seniority rules of Con One Group Dresses Specially Priced-Save up to 50% .
fields installed; Rota-Roter gress are such that membersof
snail shell. Reasonable prices. long tenure usually are
Call George Jarosz, 437.3410 men who head the commit. One Group Dark Slacks ........25% Off

8-1-tf tees through which all legis ,

FOR SALE-Baby Crib and lation many ,become must be virtual funneled czars and to LADIES SUITS DRASTICALLY REDUCED .

mattress $7.50, Stroller $3.75. the end that vital legislationthat

Jerry's Furniture and Appliances the people want Is long Sweater Tops, Regular 700 to 795 Now...._...._._...._. .....::.....500
Old Dixie Hwy., 2 miles delayed or even stopped cold
south of Korona, Ph. 4373752. because it clashes with the '
1.5-itc. member's personal views or 2 Piece Knit Suits....?_...................999
'
NEED office worker, part or wishes. It is argued, that gov (Only Four to Sell at this Price) ; '
ernment these days is .a high.
Stenographic experience
full time. .
business and
ly complex that
2073. preferred.1512.Call 439-2tc. men of long experience are Back Aid Panty Girdle, Regular 1250, Now...............w......:....._..895

necessary to guide Its pro. _

WANTED IMMEDIATELY cesses. Experience in manipulating Children and Ladies Terry Cloth Slippers ._....?.*.......*...._.....199 '
Man or woman to supply Congressional machinery
consumers with Rawlelgh Is, however, no guaranteeof
products in Flagler Co. or better legislation. Whiting Davis Purses............. ...n.*. ..,.*...;..,.,.....;.;.t..........25% Off
Bunnell. Can earn $50 weekly Eisenhower also feels that .. .. .

time.part time Write-$100 Rawleigh and up, Fla-full should terms of be the restricted Federal including Judiciary Gown %and Peignoir ..................:......................................:.......?_.......1895

360-336, Memphis, Tenn. members of the Supreme
151922.9 4 tp. Court. Judges should not be
permitted ,to serve more than
RCA TV, used 21-inch floor 20 years in the same 'court or
model $20. 30 others on our beyond the age of 72. Land 'n SeaFashions
floor. Work pants 25c pr.. Such changes worthy as
Shirts 25c Hackney used they are can be counted uponto '
Furn. and Clothing, Moody receive bitter opposition for
Blvd., Bunnell. Itc. they would upset the politic
ians playhouse but they makea
Baby Sitting Service-Available lot of sense and are worthyof
any time. Daily or week-
the careful consideration of
ly. Call 437-396S 1.5-itp. every citizen.

FOR SALE-Cholce residential -
lot at Flatter Beach. 50 ft
on Central Ave and 100 ft. on "
10th 9L Price H.300, appraised w roarS
1500.! Donnella Chastaln,
5331 Carder St., Jacksonville, a1R G roar
".. 32306. Ph. 384.'". rN K
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FLAGLER TRIBUNE TOURS. JAN. 5, 1967 Bunnell Methodist CELEBRATE GOLDEN ANNIVERSARYMr.

I

ChurchOliver !
(

( F. Taylor. Pastor) C 9.Li .


Another Man's Shoes

Too often all of us are

ZOC 1 S .o guilty of speaking too hastily.It .

is easy for many of us

R w to give an opinion without
r really knowing the facts.

Preconceived opinions can
Charles McKnIght of Aur DaVe and Katherine Ferryman hamper the best of men from

ora, Colorado visited here several attended the Orange really understanding any given -
days last week with his Bowl football game in Miami situation. Christianity has

parents, Judge and Mrs. TV K. Monday.Mrs. always stressed that the other
McKnlght Judge McKnight Is man's viewpoint is Import. ,

a medical patient at Bunnell Ethel Lee Whitaker ant to him. Self centerednesscan

General Hospital. 'had as her house guests her cause any man to be

.1 son-in-law and daughter,'Mr. more concerned with his own
Carl Carroll and his 'moth and Mrs. Haskel Dorsey of Importance rather than accepting -

er, Mrs. Edna Carroll visitedin Gainesville, Georgia.Mrs. that all people are
Live Oak Wednesday and entitled to their opinion.

Thursday, Ray Carle and Mrs. Criticism that is selfish and

\ Wilbur Sheffield and young vindictive can damage a per

Mr. and Mrs. Claude Tan- daughter Karen are visitingin son more often than physical

ner and Mr. and Mrs. Kelso St. Clalrsville and Martins damage can do to a person.

Tanner of Tampa spent the Ferry, Ohio with relatives. God's love which came to
weekend at the Claude Tan man through Jesus Christ al. and Mrs Tom E. Holden

ner's fish camp in St. John's Mrs. Louis Friedman and lows for each Individual to
maintain, human
Park. Mrs. Marie Friedman of De- Christ often moved into dignity.another Mr. and Mrs. Tom E. Hol Club of Bunnell and a char-

Land spent Christmas day ,man's shoes as he identified den celebrated their 50th wed. ter member of the Flagler
Mr. and Mrs. Van Murrayof here with Mrs. Ethel Lee himself with those In ding anniversary Monday afternoon Womans Club.
Ridgeland, S.C. visited here Whitaker and family. They with a reception at
need those who Mr. Holden has been
or were unpopular
a registered
during the holidays, with his all Joined the Whitaker family Let us all consider their home In Bunnell, given pharmacist In the
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. for dinner at the home of by their daughters, Mrs. Jul.
others as Individuals made by state for 53 years. He Is a
Murray. Mrs. Murray accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mercer. ian
T. Caudlll, Ellzabethton,
God when we pass judgmentor member of the Order of Eastern
them home for several
Tenn. and Mrs. Samuel N.
offer criticism "I also Star and a member of
days visit and returned home Mrs. Eddie Coffman and Black, Ormond, Beach.A .
could speak as ye do, if your Bunnell Lodge 200 for 49
,via plane Monday. children Eddie and Maryann, soul were in my soul's stead." golden motif was used years. He Is a life member

of Morristown, Tenn., are visiting Job 16:4.: the of the and an Ambassador of Mor-
Grace and Michele Steflik throughout rooms
here with her parents, roco Temple of Jacksonvilleand
daughters of Mike and Betty Mr. and Mrs. Otis Nipper and NEW YEARS OPEN HOUSE home. Artistic gold flower arrangements a member of the Bunnell

Steflik left Sunday for Talla- family. They will be Joinedby and a glittering Shrine Club. He has been a
'hassee to'resume their studies Mr. Coffman for the return Thirty invited guests at. gold Christmas tree were director of the Citizens Bankof
at FSU. trip home. tended a New Years open placed at vantage points. A Bunnell since it
was organIzed
gold metallic tree adornedthe
house Monday at the homeof
in 1938 and also servedas
'' Guests of Mrs. Belle Hall Mr. and Mrs. George Buttsof Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morris mirror above the mantel, director of the Federal

Saturday, were Mr. and Mrs. Douglas, Ga., are house N. Chapel St. which was attractively decor ,Housing Authority in Flagler
ated with leaves
Fred Barber and Mrs. Bea guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Guests .calling during the magnolia County since It's organization.
Hall of Cambridge, Ohio. Mrs. Nipper. They are Mr. Nipper's hours of 5 til 9 p. m. enjoyeda and golden tapers. Mr. and Mrs. Holden are

Hall is spending the winter uncle and aunt buffet The dining table overlaid members of the First Methodist -

.months in DeLand. with a cloth of pearlizednet Church of Bunnell and
Mrs. Grace Wray visited MRS. GURNEE HOSTESSAT over gold lame; and Mr. Holden has 'been a trus-

Mrs. Lillian Burrows visited several days this week In BRIDGE LUNCHEONMrs. draped at Intervals with clusters tee for many years.

In Keystone Heights on Jacksonville with Mr. and of gold leaves and bows, Among the out of town
,Christmas day. She also spent Mrs. Donnie Alford. They saw Mary Gurnee was held a three tiered wedding guests were Mr. and Mrs.

.Sunday and Monday in Holly Carol Channing in "Hello hostess to a bridge luncheonat cake topped with wedding Robert Kane, Elizabethton,

:'Hill visiting with friends. Dolly" while there. her home, Palm Island, bells. Tenn.; Mrs. Freda Stumph,

Flagler Beach, Thursday Attending Mr. Norman' Stumph Mr. and
\ J. B. High of Miami spent Mr. and Mrs. Lanny Alfordof were members of the Presiding at the serving Mrs. Charles Coleman,
.''the Christmas holiday 'here Merritt Island visited here Finesse bridge.club. table were Mrs. Walter Cody, Mr.
I and Mrs. Jack Potterfield Mr.
''with his mother, Mrs. Virginia during the holidays with Mr. High scorer for bridge'was Mrs. Walter Knight, Mrs. C. aridand Mrs. Bill Hamrick,
High. and Mrs. O F. Alford. Mrs. Alice Johnston. R. Creal, Bunnell, Mrs. H. C. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller,
Miller
Daytona Beach and
Mrs. Joann Crews was In Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brede DEENS ENTERTAIN Mrs. Robert Kane, Elizabeth- Jacksonville; Dr. and Mrs.
Reddin Britt Mr. and Mrs.
,
Orlando' over the weekend had as their guests for a vis ton, Tenn.
visiting with her mother, Mr. it of a week, their son and WITH BUFFET DINNERMr. The Holden residence was Miss Claude Varn,Holden St. Augustine;
Myrtle Mr. and
and Mrs. Ray McCord and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Curtis Deen overflowing with friends who Mrs. Clarence Holden, Mr.

brother, Pvt. Stephen Fagan, Brede and son Jack of Pittsburgh entertained with a buffet dinner called to wish the couple con and Mrs. Emmitt Brown, Pa.
who is stationed at Fort Bel- Pat On Wednesdaythey at their home Christmas gratulations. Over 150 guests latka.
for, Va. all spent the day in were greeted by Mrs. W. C.
I Edgewater with their son-in- Eve.Guests included Mrs. Perry Sullivan and Mrs. Lee Blake. Mrs. W. A. McGriff, Mr. and

I Holiday houseguests of Mr. law and daughter, Dr. and Hunt of East Palatka, ; Mr. ly. Mr. and Mrs. Holden were Mrs. Perry McGriff, Mr. and
and Mrs. Wm. H. and famIly Mrs. L. T. NIeland, Mrs. Mary
Mrs. Alfred Tucker were Kelley and Mrs. W. W. Deen, Mrs. assisted In the receiving line
' her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rosely Cameron, Bunnell by Mr. and Mrs. Julian Cau Jones, Mr. Jim Camp, Mrs.
;
Claude Blackwell, Montgom dlll. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rooks, Gainesville; Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Thompson
. ery, Ala.; her brother, Claude Jeff Crews, son of Mr. and and Bradley Abbott, St. Black and Mrs. Terry Caudlll. Mrs. Scott Jordan, Zephyr
Blackwell, Jr., Montgomery, Mrs. James Crews, returned Augustine; Wade Thornton of Mrs. M. B. Fuller .and Mrs. Hills; Miss Nan Watson, Miami -
and her sister and brother-in- home Friday from Baptist Green Cove Springs and Walter Morris were In chargeof ; Mr. and Mrs. Albert

law, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Chick. Hospital in Jacksonville wherehe Susan and Minnie Deen. the guest ,book. Mrs. P. A. Lewis, Orlando; Mr. and Mrs.
ering of New Hampshire. recently underwent plastic Edmonson was in charge of Ross Anderson, Mrs. Florence

surgery. RODGERS ENTERTAIN the gift display. Graybeal, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Visiting with Mr. and Mrs.J. Osslnsky, Mr. and Mrs. Walter .
I Mrs. Holden was born In
D. Barber Christmas Day Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Thompson Curtis and Naomi Rodgers Scranton, Pa. and moved to LeGrande, Mrs. Ella Mae
and children Diane and with Buffet Hooper Miss Robin Hooper,
were Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bar. entertained a
Bunnell in 1914. Her husband
j
ber, Birmingham, Ala., and Jerry of Norfolk, Va., are Dinner at their home New was born and reared In Pa. Mrs. H. C. Miller, Daytona

Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle Byrd, guests of her parents, Mr. and Years day for members of the latka and moved to BunnellIn Beach.
,
Seville, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mrs. Frank Steflik Sr. Mrs. Hosford family. Mr. and Mrs.' Paul Hunt,
1915. He
Varn, St. Augustine, Diana Thompson Is the former Mary Twenty enjoyed the dinner Smith's was Drug a pharmacistat Store and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Up-

McKnlght, Landover, Md.; Steflik of Bunnell. with the hosts.HOLIDAY son, Mrs. Myrtle Bailey Holly
the In 1916
purchased store
Hill; Mr. and Mrs. William
Dennis Shaw, Palatka, Mrs.
Bernice Barber and Annabelle Rev. and Mrs. Charles Anders HOUSE GUESTS and changed the name to Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Lau.

.Barber, Mrs. J. H. McKnight had as their guests over Holdens Pharmacy. It was the rence Downes, Miss Carol
and son Buzzy McKnight and the holidays: Mr. and Mrs. Holiday houseguests of only drug store In the countyfor Downes, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley

Sue Chomey all of Bunnell. Roy Gilmore of Alexandria, Bruz and Toulou Gordon were 35 years.In Shultz, Mrs. Bessie Smith, Mr.
Ind. Mrs. Gilmore is Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pendarvisand 1929 he built his own and Mrs. Fred S. Dean, Mr.

) Mrs. Bernice Barber and Anders mother. children Marie and Clarence building on the corner of and Mrs. L. T. Baker, Mr. and

Annabell Barber, Mrs. J. H. of Lawtey ,and Mr. and U.S. highway 1 and Moody Mrs. Ted Cyzycki, Mr. and
McKnight and son Buzzy Mc. Mrs. Louis Steflik and children Mrs. Lovelace Gordon and Blvd., where he remained until Mrs. Tom Cook, Jr., Mrs. Evelyn .

Knight and Sue Chomey all Holly and Martin spent children, Greg and Beth of he sold the business in Faufaw, Mrs. Virgil

of Bunnell. last week in Ft. Lauderdalewith Mobile, Ala. 1951. Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. James
J her brother-in-law and The Holdens were marriedIn Bargeron, Mr. David DiCapua,

, Lamar and Louise Harris sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Me- CARD OF THANKS her home on Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smith,
\ Fall. Day of 1916 by the late Rev. Mrs. Harold Tucker, Mr. and
and
and sons, Ronnie, Ricky We are sincerely grateful'
.t Ralph Ramsey, pastor of the
Mrs. Robert Tumbleson, Mr.
Jeffery and Mrs. Lizzie Sed- to our friends for the beautiful -
First Methodist Church of
essie of Panama City visited Recent dinner guests of floral offerings, food and and Mrs. U. S. Algee, Dr. and
Bunnell. Their attendantswere
Lewis and Angela Wads- Mrs. George DeLaugbter, Miss
the weekend with
here over kind thoughts during our recent -
relatives. worth were Dr. and Mrs.: Red. her cousins, Mr. and Nina Vinson, Mr. and Mrs.
bereavement in the loss
din Britt of 8t Augustine and Mrs. John Canaan of River. Her ter Barres,, Mr. and Mrs.
of our father and husband, ton, N. J., who were unableto
Mrs. Robert Owens and John Gray and daughter of William Akers, Mr. and Mrs.
J Thomas Omega Durrance.The .
attend the celebration because
, children spent the holidays in Gainesville.Dr. Family of Donald Zlma, Mr. and Mrs.
, of poor health. John F. Jones, Ormond Beach
Lanett, Ala., visiting with relatives. Omega Durrance ;
John Canakaris and Mr. Besides their two daughtersthe Mr. and Mrs. Ira Nobles, Mrs
Mike Canakaris returned Holdens have seven. grand E. H. Ashcraft, Tltusvllle end

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rods home Saturday via plane after CARD OF THANKSWe children, Terry, Tom and Car Mrs. Edgar Bruton, Asheboro
j would like to expressour olyn Caudill, Elizabethton,
the houseguests of their a holiday visit In Detroit, N. C.
I were to Tenn., and Norman Lee Jane
and daughter-in-law, Mr. Mich., with Mr. Canakaris'sdaughter deep appreciation ,
, son and :MK. Herbert Rodgers and and son-tn-law, Mr. everyone who extended sympathy and Ethel Ann Black. Orm
Paul In Macelenny durIng and Mrs. Jim Alexoro and during our recent sorrow ond Beach, who were all present 3 GAL. FOR $5.00QUALITY
,
': sen in the loss of our mother, to pay tribute: to their
family.
,, the holidays. Mrs. Frances Novak. Also to grandparents. (OMite hi ... ...PAINT. It ..*..)

: Rev. and Mrs. Oliver Tayter Friends of Tommy frolk will Father Antonio Leon, and Mr. Ida Holden has been a H. V. Y--- 0......' .....
... fttWto during th* holidays be sorry to learn he underwent and Mrs. John Zysk for singing 1nentber of the Order of Eastern : o.rft.... AT. A V. .. 1
were Mr. and Mrs. Robert surgery on hi* bee and playing the organ.. Star for 49 yean and is 677-8030 9 a. m. till S:308E
North of Jacksonville, :Mrs. Thursday at Bunnell General May God Bless You All, a put matron. She Is past
The Novak Family president of the Palmetto
North is Rev Taylor's mother. Hospital.






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