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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 12, 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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It Happened In Flagler

County 10. 20. 40 years ago BY Coy G. Harris, Jr.

? Good public relations is a
VOL. 55. NO.: 2 BUNNELL. FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 12. 1967 S2.30 A YEAR must for good schools.

10 YEARS AGO Everyone connected with

The First Methodist and Beach To WATER TREAT- schools including students
.First Baptist churches of Flagler 1967 Oratorical parents, teachers board members
administrators, bus drivers
MENT PLANT TO
building
Bunnell were busy with ,
cafeteria personnel, Janitors
programs.The Elect March 7 OPERATE OON Contest Slated secretaries, and school
concrete floor of the Baptist
aides help one or another -
Bunnell's way
Church had water treatment
been
poured Flagler Beach will hold a bad or good In establishIng
and was ready for the terrazo. municipal election on March plant is scheduled to be, in By The LegionAmerican and maintaining public
Members: :of the Methodist operation by the end of this
7, 1967 to elect a mayor and relations in a school system.
congregation participated in aground three city commissioners. All week according to Gene Bar Legion Post 115
breaking ceremony. persons desiring to become ber, Water Superintendent.Most ., extends an invitation to all Public relations start in the
YEARS candidates for these offices / Bunnell residents are high school students of Flag. classroom with the efforts of
20 = AGO .
must file a duly signed announcement looking forward to having ler County to participate in each teacher to Improve par.
In! January 1947 Z. E. Booe with the City water than contains no iron, the 30th annual American ent relations, pupil relations} J
retired from the Flagler County Clerk on: or before 5:00: p. m., no odor and little hardness. Legion National High School, personal relations and professional .
Board of Public Instruction February 14, 1967. City Water Commissioner, Oratorical Contest, accordingto relations. Teachers
after 67 years of school serv Qualifying requirementsare Dave Perryman said the operation Mrs. Victor Buckles, oratorical have constant access to the
ice. Mr. Booe was elected sup. : is only waiting for final chairman. most direct line of commun
erintendent of schools in 1928 ications with and the
1. Must have resided with. inspection from the Per Arrangements for the con. parents
and served in this capacityfor in the City of Flagler Beach mutit Company engineerswho test have been made with the general public-the students.
8 years and the remaining designed the plant. Therefore teachers are really
for one year prior to the date cooperation! of local school officials
years as a board member. of telling the schools' story
qualification. and James O. Craig of
2. Must ibe a freeholder the BHS faculty. everytime they meet their
A' new board of Public Instruction within C. Of C. Studies students. Students convey this
the corporate limits of "The Constitution of the
organized Tuesday information about their schoolto
was
the city of Flagler Beach. United
States"
will be the
Jan. 7th. with the community. Teachers
George
3. Must be a qualified elec. subject of the contest, and
Kendall and two new mem AnniversaryCelebration must of course have pride in
bers. The two new members tor relate the attendant duties their school their students
were T. K. McKnight and W. 4. Must pay a filing fee of and obligations of a citizento their felloworkers their community
L. Dunson. McKnight was 6% of annual salary of office. the national government.The in order to project a
elected chairman, ,: replacing 5. Must qualify in person prepared speeches must good image.
Kendall who has been chair. .befo're the city clerk. Flagler County's Fiftieth be the original compositionsof
man for several years. The three seats to be filledon Anniversary Celebration was each contestant, and must Students' comments, con.
the commission are now discussed at the Wednesday not require less than eight cerning their school, are de.
40 YEARS AGO held by Willie S. Harrison, morning Board of Directors minutes nor more than ten rived from their surroundings.
Charles Rockett and George meeting of the Flagler County minutes to deliver. This includes not only their
The Bunnell Hardware Wickline; and Mayor which is Chamber of Commerce. Lewis "By participating In this participation in school business
Company announces 'a washIng now filled by R. L. McNab. Wadsworth, president appoint. competition, our local students but often ideas express.
machine demonstrationwill Qualifying fees are now being ed John A. Clegg chairmanof will gain a deeper un ed stem from the home-the
be held at the store. All accepted and to date no a committee selected to derstanding of our nations parents. What parents say
questions will be answeredand one has qualified. formulate plans for a countywide constitution and have the op. about their schools most definitely .
operation of the machine Registration ,books are now 50th anniversary cele portunity to compete for na will have an effect on
will be explained. It is claim. open and will remain open bration. The celebration is tional recognition and a val. their children's concern for a
ed that the machine will do until February 6, 1967. accord. scheduled for this summer.It uable university scholarship" good school. Often it will de.
an ordinary sized family wash ing to Helen Nolte clerk. Mrs. Buckles said. In additionto termine for a very small amount and was reported a sign has the awards offered ito the absorbing a good educationand
better than, hand methods. been donated by Lehigh Portland winners of the preliminary being successful in life.
KORONA CIVIC CLUB Cement Company to be rounds of the competition, Parents must seek a positive
Mrs. C. O. Magee entertain. SPONSORS SUPPERThe placed at the entrance of the university scholarships of rather than a negative under.
ed with three tables of bridge Bunnell Airport and the Flag. $4,000, $2,500; $1,000 and $500 standing of their schools. Of.
at her home on Railroad St. Korona Civic Club is ler County Industrial Park. are awarded for the first four ten it is much easier to criticize -

.., MfS, Ed Lathrop was top scor. sponsoring. a "Polish .;$ausage The sign was removed, from ,places in the national finals. or repeat a rumor about
'- 1 ef foflfie club and Mrs. W. H. ISupper" Saturdaj: .Jar "'28- at Lehigh property-by the coun Mrs. Buckles stated "The school than ills to reallyXind .
Cochran held top score for the the White Eagle Bar in Ko. ty for repainting and will be American Legion will pay the out the facts.
guests. rona. Serving will begin at erected at 'the entrance for expenses of the local winnersas
William Deem, son of Mr. 6:30: and continue until 9:00 Identification and attractionto !they progress in the con Ways for students, parents,
and Mrs. W; H. Deen was car p.m., according (to Lee Drazba. the industrial site.A test. The local post will also and teachers to enjoy good relations
ried to Bohannon's hospital in live broadcast, conducted provide awards for the win. and therefore help
Daytona Beach. The young by phone during the meeting ners. First place, $25 savings build better schools are quite
lad sustained a broken leg APPOINTED TO in a conversation between Dr. bond; second place, $10 cash varied. Student-teacher conferences
while playing at school. He HOUSING AUTHORITY John Canakaris and Radio award; third place $5 cash parent-teacher conferences .
was treated by Dr. L. A. Car. Station WAPE In Jacksonville award. PTA meetings, are
ter in Bunnell and then tak Secretary of State Tom extolled the possibilities for High school students Interested Just a few of the good stepsin
en to Daytona Beach. Adams announced the commissioning industry in Flagler County.The in participating In the the right direction. The focal .
of T. E. Holden of January 25th meeting 1967 competition can obtain point of these conferences
The E. F. Warner sixty acre Bunnell and John N. Mcln- will be conducted at 9:00: a.' complete rules and information should be the establishmentof
farm has been sold !to Roy tosh Bunnell as Commission. m. at the Pier Restaurant at from the Bunnell High good report. Little can be
Kniffin and A. W. Read. The ers of the Flagler County Flagler Beach. School office or from Mr. accomplished unless an understanding -
price was $8,750, this being a/ Craig. of each person'sidea
fair price for the type of farm is reached.

land sold The farm is located NEW POSTAL RATES '; RUFUS BEMBRY Parents are encouraged to
5 miles from Bunnell on visit 'board meetings, PTA
Deen Road.SISTER "I ALACHUA DIES schedule conferences with

EFFECTIVE JAN. 15 Rufus Bembry, 74, died teachers and principals for
OF LOCAL Monday, January 9th in the benefit of their children.
Alachua. He the fatherof
Ray Mercer Bunnell, postmaster The new rates will range was Now what about school
RESIDENT DIES and Rufus Miller, from 40 cents for a three. Lloyd Bembry, Bunnell. personnel other than those
He is survived his wid
Mrs. Wilma Baughman of postmaster of Flagler Beach pound parcel 'destined for local Alice two daughters by and mentioned above? If all Flag
Jacksonville sister of Mrs. F. announced yesterday that delivery to 60 cents for ow ; Funeral services ler County school employees,
new rates and other changsin the seven sons. alone, would have Just one
H. Howell bf Bunnell passed same parcel to zone 3 will be at 2:00 from the
p, m.
mailing procedures are (150 to 300 miles good word each day for some
away Monday Jan. 2 in St. ) to $1.05 to Methodist Church and burial
Vincents Hospital in Jacksonville now in effect. zone 8 (over 1,800 miles). The will follow in Cemetery phase of their school system,
after a brief illness. Use of ZIP Code will mak new zoning method will also Alachua.PUBLIC Pisgah 45,260 good words would be
Mrs. Baughman was a frequent it easier to mail packages after apply to air.parcel post, catalogs exposed In the community In
visitor at the home of Jan. 15, they announced. and to publishers who one year thereby helping
Mr. and Mrs. Howell In Bun. New rates and a new system pay zone rates on the advertising HEALTH establish good public rela
for Identifying parcel portion of their period. NURSE LOUISE tions.
nell.Funeral services were conducted post zones will go into effecton icals.
Wednesday morningand that date as provided in TAYLOR RETIRESMrs. Good constructive commentsare
legislation signed into law by Mercer noted that all parcels sought by the school system
at Green-
Interment
lawn was In Jackson FTPS. Johnson on Sept. 20. mailed between post offices Louise Taylor, who has to help build 'better
Cemetery
been a !public health nurse schools for children and
ville. Use of ZIP Code in the re within the Jacksonville our
cipient's address! will enable sectional center will be charged in Flagler county for the past prepare :them for the full and
the sender or a mall clerk to art: the first :zone rate. There ten years, retired from the productive life they deserve.
quickly determine the proper are 72 poet offices within the Flagler County Health Dept, Can you and will you help?
BUNNELL zones, and thus the rate for Jacksonville sectional center. Jan. 1.Before.
GENERAL HOSPI"AL the package. The zones will The Jacksonville sectional accepting the position CIGARETTE TAX
Ad tted: !iffy Liihi, be baaed on the( distance a center extends as far south as of public health nurse in
Shirley Love, Charles Glee, parcel travels between the 552 Edgewater, west to Live Oak Flagler County, Mrs. Taylor FOR FLAGLERFOR
Pearl Blakely, Bunnell; D. O. sectional centers In the country and Mayo and back across to wa* employed by the US government -
Bverhaft. Dale Abbott, Flag the postmasters said. Starke, Palatka and DeLeon in Warner Bobbins, NOVEMBER
ler I Beach; Burnette Gate, By consulting a simple Springs. Georgia. Director of the State >Bevar- ,
IfcaB Newman, Ormond Beach; chart, which is available at The new rates are expectedto Mr*. Taylor and her son, age Department, Don D. llJklejohn .
&l* Dana, Daytona Beach; all poet offices! the zone can provide an additional $74 Buddy Taylor reside at FlagIcr reports the following
Otmer Sanders, Crescent City. ben readily Identified because million a year for the Port Office Beach. cigarette tax collection watt
Bi.*he fedi Jiggs AtidnMB -.. the flat three numbers of the Department sees will distributed to the vartoMmunidpalltie
asieoDenlse Keya, ZIP Cede represent the sectional size and weight inc BROTHER WE in "..
.. : Wla .... Thto replace add another $32 million a Mae Xaphaei Kttrawm WM County for the month atveBber .,..
Wrtjr, JMU Lofalnw, Mary a method la wfakh A dfcMtoryeftea year. *he additional revenueto called to PunxtatftMwqr; ... 1188: ;
HHtart.< Vina Bbott. Debbie had to fee eonntted to to help keep the Department Friday due to the death of her Beverly Beach, $"-11;
U.a.a.aulpi Damraaa,Char.Mi locate the. proper cone for wtttoin 4 percent of coat brother H. Geariiart Mr. Gear- ML -300.14; Flagierf .
Uttoa. Frank Bennett, each of the nation' 38,000 on parcel poet a* the law re- hart died suddenly Friday $ 12.91; Marineland
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2-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.,. JAN 12.; 1961 DEPENDENTS PAY G .



: LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT, OF SERVICEMEN \ilAff OF THF.Wff I
mitt JUagUr t\bnrf\ ) ,i NOW INCREASEDJanuary

INC4tiIPAI j T E IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH -
P1 JUDICIAL COURT IN '
DU ELJ;. Jl'LoRID.A..0 I ANn FOR FLAGLER COUNTY will bring an increase
: \2 J
FLOIUIIA CIVIL ACTION NO. 3 in monthly compensa- L15 W

LEN WILSON SHARON SYKB8 MADDEN tion payments to parents and J J

Editor and Publisher Plaintiffvs. children of servicemen. who
.
BETTE S. McDANIEL JAMES HERMAN MADDEN, die of service-connected causes

News Editor TO Defendant.NOTICE APPEAR. the Veterans Administration .

\\: said this week.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF
Designated for allLegal
newspaper FLORIDATO Legislation calling for Increases
Advertising : JAMES HERMAN HADDEN 4 1
You are hereby notified thata in Dependency and

ulln been brought again/ Indemnity Pay (DIC) rates
Entered as second class matter you I Seventh
JudicialirCircuit was signed into law by President
FlaglerCounty ;
February 6, 1913, at the post
Florida I by SHARONSYKES Johnson on Nov. 3.
office at Bunnell, Florida, under MADDEN, Plaintiff, and
Act of March 3, 1876. you are hereby required to file Raymond S. Smith Flagler
personally or by attorney with County Veterans Service Officer !- 91 )
the. Clerk of said Court
your
;' ',One Year ___... .-$2,50 answer or defenses to the Complaint said the monthly payments o
In said suit on or before for children will be increased 4g"II I1g
.
'IJt _
Months __1.5 the 10th day of February, AD. C
from $77 to $80 for
1967, and also to serve a copy
of your answer or defenses up- one child; from $110 to $115
'
on Messrs. Osslnsky and Krol
Attorneys for the Plaintiff, at for two children; from $143 to 1! r

their offices at 411 Main Street, $149 for three children; and
Daytona Beach, Florida
or
on
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT before the 10th day of Febru from $28 to $29 for each child

try, AD. 1967, as required by in excess of three.In .
i.v TIIR CIRCUIT COURT *! EVETII the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN and herein fall not or a .
AND FOR FLAOLGK COUNTY Decree Pro Confesso and Final the case of dependent fto1y

FLORIDA. Decree will be entered againstyou parents, maximum paymentsare
CIVIL ACTION T DIV. A. by default. G4Av
COLLIE MAE WEBB You are further notified that increased from $83 to $87

Plaintiff, the name of the Court In which for a single parent, and the
vs. said suit has been Instituted Is
DAVID B. WEBB JR., the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial maximum limitation is extended -

Defendant. Circuit of Florida, in and from $1750 to $1800.
NOTICE] OF SUIT for Flagler County, and that the in
TO: DAVID B WEBB JR. title of said suit is as herein- Changes income deduc
whose residence and address above set forth. tions for parents were madein

Is: You are further notified that the new law to bring, it
the nature of said suit Is a suit :
Ken Faye More Avenue Park for divorce a vlnculo matri- Into line with the pension and

Seaford. Delaware 19973 monli and the permanent care, income rules for veterans'widows.
tofile custody and control of minor
You are hereby required
with the Clerk of this Court child seal .
WITNESS hand and
my
Answer to the
Complaint
your of office Bunnell, Flagler
at LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
filed herein against In the
you
this 9th of
County, Florida day
above entitled before
cause on or
the 10th day of FebrUary January, A.D. 1967. IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT !SEVENTH
GEORGE M. MOODY,
1967. thereof JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
ropy
upon 'j' 1terE'N ROBINSON as Clerk of the Circuit AND FOR FLAG LEU COUN- i

plaintiff attorney, herein, Court Florida of Flagler/County, TY, FLORIDA. "So THIS is Angdo'fl, where'aoUe foods are served in a delightful
whose address Is 101 Seabzreeie IN CHANCERY No. B431. "
Boulevard, Daytona Beach Florida (Official Seal) KATHERINE BLAIR WATSON, outdoor atmosphere! ,
Patrick
The "FIuAGLER TRIBUNE" Bye/ Joyce Clerk. Plaintiff,
Is hereby designated) as the Deputy VII.
newspaper In which this order Osstnsky and Krol Plaintiff FRED C, WATSON,
Attorneys for
hall be week Defendant.
published once a
411 Main Street
for 4 consecutive weeks. HEREIN Daytona Beach, Florida. NOTICE TO APPEAR AND
FAIL NOT OR A DECREE Jan. 12-19-26 ftb. 2 4tc. ANSWER
PRO CONFESSO WILL BE EN- IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
TERED AGAINST YOU FOR LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT OF FLORIDATO
SUCH FAILURE.The : FRED C. WATSON
nature of this suit Is a bill IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH You are hereby notified thata CAIDY I
for divorce. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF suit has been brought against
J
WITNESS my hand and seal FLORIDA IN AND FOR you in the Circuit Court, Seventh l
at Bunnell, Flagler County Flor "'LAGI.J U COUNTY Florida nrChan Flagler County
ida, this 11th day of January, CIVIL ACTION NO. 4 by KATHERINE -
A. D., 1967. NOTI'E OF SUIT BLAIR WATSON Plaintiff TOM DORR
GEORGE MOODY, as JOHN W1LCHA. and you are hereby required BY
Clerk Circuit Court Plaintiff, to file personally or by Attorney -
Flagler County, Florida vs. with the Clerk of said "
(Official Seal) VIVIAN RUTH WILCHA, Court, your answer or defensesto
By /s/ Joyce Patrick Defendant.TO the Complaint In said suit on DID BEST DEER-ULNTING
Deputy Clerk 1-12-Uc or before the 19th day of Jan- HOW
VIVIAN RUTH WILCHA,
: c/o Mrs Bertha Martin, 221 uary, A. D. 1967, and also to R G0, TRIP X EVER HAD..

Cornell Avenue, '-Mttsburgh. serve a copy of your answer or a FATHER?
defenses
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN Pennsylvania.Defendant upon Messrs. Osslnskyand
Krol Attorneys for Plaintiff l
TUB COUNTY JUDGE'S HEREBY NOTIFIED at their offices at 411 Main

YOU ARE
IN AND FOR FLAG- Street Florida 1 GREATr
COURT I
that an action for divorce before n"iheurh
I.KH COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN and on or day of
filed
has been
rilOBATB against you January A. D. 196'7. as required
In Re: Estate of: you are required to serve a copy by the Florida Rules of Civil
of your written defenses, if any. Procedure i
E. W JOHNSTON and herein fail not
to It C. A Vincent ofthe
Deceased. on yrv'l or a Decree Pro Confesso and
law firm of in-
Final Decree will be entered
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
cent & Pyle. attorney for the against you by default.
Pursuant to Section 735.06, plaintiff, whose address Is 42 You are further notified that
Florida Statutes, notice Is hereby South Peninsula Drive, Daytona the name of the Court In which
given that an order has been Beach, Florida, and file said suit has been Instituted Is
entered by this court declaring the original with the Clelk of the Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial -
administration of the estate of the above styled Court on or before Circuit of Florida In and

E. W JOHNSTON as unneces Fbr :gt'e15Prl:87bo otherwise for Flagler County, In Chancery,
sary. I a and that the title of said suit
Kindly govern yourself ac- may be entered against you for is as hereinabove set forth.
cordingly.s the relief demanded in the Complaint You are further notified that
T. K. MCKNIGHT the nature of said suit la a suit
County Judge WITNESS my hand and the for divorce a vinculo matrlmonli,
jan 12-19-26. feb. 2 4tc seal of said Court on January9th custody of children and for temporary :
1967. and permanent support DIDN'T BAG THING..1' __ AND MISSED.v .
GEORGE M. MOODY, alimony, Attorney fees and court
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE As Clerk of Said Court costs In this proceeding. BUT MY PARTNERMISTOOK'
By Joyce Patrick, WITNESS my hand and seal ME FORA i
OF ADOPTION OKHII As Deputy Clerk. of office at Bunnell, Flagler PEER
>! OIVTIOV OF BOARD OF Jan. 12.19.26-feb. 2-4tc County Florida, this 20th day -
COUNTY COMMISSIONER of December A. D. 1866,
CLOSING PART OF HOADS! LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN GEORGE M. MOODY I
AND RENOUNCING ANn DISCLAIMING As Clerk of the Circuit h
ANY IIIUIIT OF THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Court of Flaglen County, +
COUNTY ANI Till I'UIIMO' FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA. Florida.
IN AND TO Till LAND LYING (Circuit Court Seal)
WITIIIV TUB CONFINES IV CHANCERY No. M2... By /./ Julia R. Harvey,
TJlEllf O"'. VIRGINIA ANN LITTLE, Deputy TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Plaintiff OSSINSKY AND KROL
NOTICE is hereby given on Attorneys for Plaintiff I
January 2, 1967, In accordancewith JAMES FRANKLIN LITTLE, 411 Main Street
Section 33610, Florida Defendant Daytona Beach, Florida 5 -
Statutes 1963, the Board of County NOTICE TO DEFEND Dec 22, 29, Jan. 5, 12, 4tc
Commissioners of Flagler THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO
County Florida, adopted a Resolution JAMES FRANKLIN LITTLE
closing, vacating and Cabin Creek West VirginiaYou
abandoning that portion of a are hereby notified that a Subscribe to The 'TbM1 DRJt.
certain public road described as suit has been filed against you Flagler
follows: In the above entitled cause: and Tribune
That part of Warrington you are hereby required to file
Street, which lies between your answer with the Clerk of $2.50 per year in Advance
Block 15 and 16, Korona this Court and to serve a copy
as shown by plat of Koronaon thereof upon the plaintiff or
file In Plat Book Number plaintiff's attorney, whose name
1. Page Number 10, Public and address is:
Records of Flagler County CHARLES J. LUKE. II
ALSO 260 North Rldgewood Ave-
An alley through the center AlexanderLumber
of Block 15, which runs nueDaytona Beach Floridanot
f East and West, said Alley later than February 6th, A.
I I Is 15 feet wide and affects D., 1967.If .
' Lots 1 through 29 as shownby you fall to do so, decree Company
'r Plat of Korona on file pro confesso will be entered
In Plat Book Number 1, apmbMt you for the relief de- FLAGLER
t Page Number 10, Public rninided in the bill of complaint. BRANCHSPECIAL
, Records of Flagler County, The nature of said suit being for
( Florida. DIVORCE

DATED this 2nd day of January WITNESS my hand and seal of
,
1967. said Court this 28th day of December -
h HOARD OF COUNTY A. D. 1966.GEORGE .
COMMISSIONERS OF M MOODY
FLAGLBR COUNTY Clerk of said Circuit Court
FLORIDA (Official Seal) 7m<

8r GEORGE M. MOODY, By /sJoyce Patrick Quantity Discount Paint
Clerk, of said Board Deputy Cleric
1
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NORTH FLORIDA Interests. Directors of the 3-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. JAN. 12. 1967
POTATO council express regrets In re
COUNCIL gards to the resignations of
HAPPENINGSMr. both Mr. Beach and Mr. Mc.

Mullen.At C liii 0 1 C E Western Select i,
.
George M. Beach re- a meeting of the directors
signed as president of the on Dec. 28, the council A ';1 1'o
North Florida Potato Council 'hired Hubert E. Mafltby of the Beef
due to business reasons. Mr. Federal Point community as fiver I
Beach will continue as a director manager. Maltby served a total II
of the council.Mr. of 25 years as County ::1cATs I I

Agent in Putnam and St. I
C A. Campbell, local
Johns Counties and as an I
and business will
grower man I
agent of USDA. He has beena
succeed Mr. Beach I
as president
resident of the Hastings
Mr. Campbell has long I
area for more than 60 years. wwwFresh
been active In all programs t
designed for better productionand Hastings for the area season potato of 65.66 acreage Florida Grade "A" D & D (2.2% lb. Avg.) I

of .
marketing potatoes.Mr.
Campbell Is a charter and Is estimated early indications at 33,000 for acres this i
$ '
organization member and and director will of con the 000 seasons acres.crop will exceed 33, m 3 for $200 /

The principal variety
tinue to be active in promoting grownis
more and better publicityfor the Sebago, a white potato 1 -
the fine shipping and table especially desired by both A'y A jD
qualities of the area's "Se- chip manufacturers and fresh U. S. D. A Choice (FULL CUT) :'
bagoes" potatoes. market consumers.
Hastings potatoes are grownin ; I
Following Mr. Beach's resignation the tri-county area of Flag. .I Ib ggct
as president, director ler, St. Johns and Putnam .
W. A. Pursley was elected counties. '
vice-president Mr. Pursley is Fresh Irish. and white pota ,'t
a well known grower and toes are the principal cash Juicy "'
'
business' man in the Tocol crop of the area and thus It
section, better, known locallyas is that Hastings has earned <
"Molasses Junction". the title of "Florida's Potato lb. 79
Mr.'' P.' R. McMullen who Capitol."
has served for the past five

years as manager of N.F.P.C. Subscribe to The Tribune
also resigned to devote more Valleydale "ALL MEAT" Streak O'Lean
of his time to other business $2.50 per Year in Advance

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PORK ib 63
WANTED-Lady to do light FOR SALE-1960 Magnavox .
house work 2 days a week 21 in. TV with FM & AM radio. _
regularly. Good pay and work. Call 4392004. 1.12.19.2tp. .
ing conditions. Two adults,
no children. in family. Call ANTIQUES WANTER Oil RIB TIPS-NECK: BONES- $4100Campbell's

4392498., 1.12.2. tc. china paintings, lamps, cut, anything glass, old In HOG MAWS- PIG TAILS 5 Lbs................................. : I

FOR SALE-6 mod old male furt11 re. Write. Earl R. PJer-
German Shepherd, pure bred, son ,or phone: 6776328. 224
but no papers:''Also mixed Arlington Way, Ormond 1 lb. CanNRDK ..
breed terriers.6, weeks old. Beach,.: Florida. 1.5-4tp. For

Call 437.3438 A-l Auto Parts,' HOUSE FOR SALE-2 story BEANS 8 $100

Favorita" _. _.. 1-12-ltc 'tiamehouse, '200 North Railroad I CRISCO OIL .
street; Inquire after 7 O'Sage No. 2 I/a Can
24 inch Chrome Swivel.Stools,
padded backs and seats, 1.75- p..: m., Phone. 4373580. .10-6-TT' PEACHES 4 For 'I00 24 oz.
each)' Jerry's F'urnlture'nd HOUSE FOR SALE-Bunrtell, BottleLimit 39"
Appliances, Old Dixie" 'High 3,"' bedrooms, 2 baths, living Star Kist' 7 oz. Can
way, 2 miles south'of Korona. roorp* Florida'room, utility
Phony 4373752. 1-12-ltc roorrt,, storage and,' carport. )LIGHT SOLID TUNA Each 59C 1 wih $5.00 or more food order
CB, construction. neat: I
yard
puppies to give : -
Seven away.
{ .
fenced. Call 4373484.!
Call 4373815. 1-12-ltp 1 Farm Fresh JOLLI-PAK Twin Pack
12-15-22-29/.. ,t i-J._ .4tP.. POTATO Each
RCA TV, used 21-inch floor j f- CHIPS 49c6Pak DAIRYKraft
HOUSE FOR RENT N. Rail*
model $20. 30 others'on our
St. 'See'Duane .
road' Bu mell. 12 oz. Pkg.
floor. Work pants 25c pK; Deen. pr C. A. Rlddell.; Carton ((16 oz. Bottles) PIMENTO
Shirts 25c. Hackney used Each
Furn.' and Clothing, Moody 121522T29l54tp.' .. li YAL' f\l'A (Plus 39" CHEESE 5ge

Blvd., Bunnell. Itc. FOR SALE RENT or LEASE, CROWf'l.. Deposit)
t Kraft
I '
Bottle
Qt.
bedroom beach home, 45th
FOR FILL DIRT AND LIGHT St., Flagjer Beach, Fla. Phone Each
DOZIER 3669. MARTIN WORK HARDING, CALL 437-OR 437.3472.: 12-22tfc """' MAXWELL: MOUSE ORANGE JUICE 29c

JIMMY, SNYDER. 1-12-to 5.26p SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain
fields' "'"installed; 'Rota-Roter COFFEE
FOR SALE-100x100 lot, 3rd snail shell. Reasonable 'prices. FROZEN FOODS
St. Flagler Beach, rear Thrift.
Call George Jarosz, 4373410
way Store. Also ocean to river 9-1-tf lb. Foremost BIG DIP i/8 Gal.
lot. Tel. 677.5467, Holly Hill. 1 Tin 47?
1 Jan. 12192tp. NEED office worker, part or ICE MILK Each 59
Possible- full time.' Stenographic' 'experiejjce Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order I
$400.00 Monthly II
preferred. Call 439- I
Home Typing; Full or Part. 2073. Irma Parker, "Box 218, -;. Frosty Acres "SPECKLED" 24 oz. Bag

time. Guaranteed Profitable Flaglef. Beach., 'l-12-2tc. I BUTTER Each
Methods. Instructions, $1.00. '" II BEANS 3ge
FRESH PRODUCE
BleB Enterprises, Box 196AA, ENCYCLOPEDIAS Get the -
Holcomb, Mo. 63852. 1.12.2tc nety revised edition 1961. Florida
Compton's ENCYCLO J;gD AS- Juicy
MALE AND FEMALE HELP Excellent for the home and For Kraft
GRAPEFRUIT 6
WANTED Bcjfejpol, Free information or 3,9,
Interviewer wanted for part- demonstration.: Write M. H..
time telephone survey work. Packer, Bunnell, Fla."Call 437. U. S. No.1'POTATOES MAYONNAISE
Give phone number. Must 3. 1.12.19.2tp <,
have private line. Not a sell. '0lb 490 Quart
Ing Job. Air Mall letter Including FOR SALE-Choice resident. Jar 3ge
education, work ex. ial lot at Flagler Beach. 50 ft. Red
perience and names of references on Central Ave. and 100 ft. on
to: American Research 10th St. Price $1,200, appraised GRAPES lb. Z3e Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

Bureau, Field Staff Department $1,500. Donnella Chas-tain,
7338 Baltimore Avenue, 5321 Carder St., Jacksonville,
College Park.,,Maryland. 20740. Fla. 32205. Ph.. 384.... ,"'1 .,.,
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4-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURSw JAN. 12 1967 NEW BOOKS AT THE SENIOR CITIZENS COUNTY EXPLAINS

FLAGLER BEACH LIBRARY MEET TUESDAYThe SURPLUS FUNDSIn

The following best sellers
ra j Flagler :Senior Citizens reference to the $150,000
I have been bought for the
Club will meet next Tuesday surplus funds reportedly plac-
Beach Flagler Beach Public Library:
ed on deposit certificates
U'laaler Valley J., fiction.of the Dolls-Sussman, covered the Board of County Commissioners by.

The Embezzlers Auchinclos, ity Hall of the Municipal last week, an explanation

t L., fiction Building, Flagler Beach.At of the monies has been .

FLAGLER BEACHP. Mr. and Mrs. William Givens Flying Saucers-Serious Business ''the last meeting, attended requested by the commis
i returned home last Tues sci sioners. In an effort to clarify
Edwards F.
and ,
members
guests
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T. A. MEET day after spending two weeks by the status of the surplus '
ence.
local lecturer
Howard Wisehaupt,
visiting In Akron, Ohio with Mr. Clemens and Mark Twain funds deposited to draw in
There also wasa
j The Flagler Beach Parent their in law and daughter spoke. terest at the rate of 5%,
Monday son- -Kaplan, J'i.:tin, bio 20 minute film on fire fighting .
met
Teacher Association Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Frase, Chairman of the Board, Louis
graphy. .
night with the president, and fire prevention pre
relatives. Kris Stefllk offered the
and other following
Stuart Little White E. B.,
B. Kelly of
sented Joseph
Mrs. Strickland, presiding by
Harry Frase, their grandson, accom children classic. explanation to the Tribune:
attend. the Florida Forestry Service.
and with a good
Leon panied them home and plansan What Color Is Love? Ang- mentioned one day The $150,000 which was put
ance. Father Antonio Kelly
gave the devotional and extended visit in Flagler lund, J. W., children's when 14 fires, apparently on deposit certificates at the

Mrs. Strickland welcomed Beach. classic. started by careless motorists Citizens Bank is not an ac-

special guests which Included This list was submitted by along the highway, had to be cumulation of surplus funds
Mr. and Mrs. John McCabe over the past but is
: Mr. Dave Perryman, new Dorothy Homans, librarian, extinguished. years
school board member, and had as their recent guests, of the Flagler Beach Public ,The dinner meeting next revenue collected by the coun
Mr. Kenneth Herring, Bunnell Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson and Library. Tuesday will begin at 6 p.m. ty since October 1, 1966.
SOn! of' Titusville. and will be followed by music
High School Principal. Some of the sources of rev-
Room count was taken and FLAGLER BEACHMETHODIST and group singing after enue are ad valorem taxes,
was won by the second ,grade. Weekend houseguests of Al CHURCH NEWS which the clubroom will remain gasoline tax and race track

A5;short business meeting fol. and Leola Jones were Mr. and This morning, (Thursday), open for !those who wishto funds.

lowed. Mrs. John Krutz Mrs. Al Jones, Jr. and children 9:30: a.m., the Woman's Society play cards. This money will be expended -
was elected chairman of the of Jacksonville and A. W. of Christian Service will this budget year ending

nominating committee and Coleman of Tifton, Ga. Mr. meet In the fellowship hall. September 30, 1967. However
Mrs. Lee Bourne and Mrs. R. Coleman is the uncle of Leola Hostesses are Mrs. Fred Marks BAPTIST CHURCHRev. this amount will. not be need

F.. McDaniel were elected /to Jones and Julia Harvey. and Mrs. Allen Jenkinson.The Max Hall's sermon ed within the next 90 days and

serve on the committee with program will be in topic for the 11:00 a. m. morn will earn Interest at the rate
her. Gary Watson .and Dean charge of Mrs. Lynn Clary ing worship Service Sunday, of 5%.

The group approved the Strickland left today for Jack. and Mrs. Lyman Gage. All January 15th will be "The This action was taken by

suggested project of improving sonville to take their physical ladles are invited. Law of Sowing and Reaping". the board at the suggestionof
the school grounds. Rufus examinations for the U. S. Church School time is 9:45: one of the commissionersand
Miller was appointed to ask Army. Gary and Dean enlisted a.m. and morning worship at Sunday school, 9:45: a. m. was unanimously approved

the county commissioners to in the Army last week. 11 o'clock each Sunday morn Services according to Steflik.
Morning Worship ,
donate the necessary truck Ing with Rev. Reynold Hoover,

loads of dirt for the projeCt. Marc Dunson and Bud New. minister. 11:00: a. m.Evening .

Mrs. Strickland introduced ton, both Flagler Beach residents Youth Fellowship meets
CARD OF THANKS
the guest speaker for the eve are in Georgetown, each Sunday evening at 6:30: Worship, 7:30 p. m. I
am sincerely grateful to
ning, Howard Wisehaupt. Guyann, South America do and all youths are invited., 'Prayer
Meeting, friends
Wednesday my for their kind expressions
ing construction work. "Venture in Faith" week of
Wisehaupt' a public speaker of sympathy duringmy
for many years, congratulated special services will start 7:30: p. m.There recent bereavement In the
the members for supporting Judy Dunson and Marilyn Sunday, Feb. 5th and end Fri., will be a Work Day loss of my beloved wife,
., a worthwhile organization McFarland have returned to Feb. 10. Everyone is urged to conducted at the church, Sat. Yvonne Fields. My appreciation
in his opinion. He told Florida Business College in attend all of the meetings. urday, January 14. All mem cannot be adequately ex-
about his few years in the Jacksonville, after spendingthe There will be a visiting mIn. bers are asked to meet at 8:30a. pressed. .
teaching profession and how holidays here with their ister from Jacksonville as m. at the church to assist

the; parent-teacher union was parents.Mr. guest speaker. with !the cleaning. Jimmy Fields .
not so common but was bad

ly: needed. He mentioned and Mrs. Roy White of .
many Important things par Atlanta, Ga., and Mrs. Sheenof '-'--' ...... "..,.. ... /-

ents should do but most Im- Decatur, Ga., were weekend I .... ..... t.". I..
portant was to set a good ex- visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Harry 1 :.. .: : : :i. .J. ..,

ample for ''his child by beinga Treadwell. "' i .:....' '.::: .. :':.i:" ':1
individual.
pleasant : ... '
( Mr. and Mrs. Leonard John ......:.. ..(i.... .... ... .I; I
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The next date will )
meeting .
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: ( 'f. '
son were recent guests at a .
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b4 announced later, Mrs. .. ..' .
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Strickland stat d. buffet dinner at the home of-. j ',_ .:: .: .. .. .' ....."
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Morgan of I.' '. .. I. .. II .,. .)
Ormond Beach. : :/':: \ : ... .... : :
GARDEN {. :s ; '" !;' Ii .. .
CLUB NEWS I I,' ;\ : ..:..". ':..: :-):..i :.. .: ..
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCabe '. .' .' -fl. '. : ....
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The Beach Garden .. *
Flagler returned last week froma : ,.. : "" .- .y'
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Club had their first meetingof .
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visit with their daughters, .,... .. ,
'the new year last week at Mrs. Danny Lacey and Mrs. I '" .... \ : ; !:: ..: cI -- .... ''j ''I
th home of Mrs. B. Lonn- '. : : :: '
Timothy Broughten of Cocoa :. ,.. :. .t. ,
gren, with Mrs. E. Linderoth ... ., ; .' [
and Mrs. Bonnie Crews of Eau ,. .. .. ; :,
hostess.: The president, Mrs. Gallic, and their families. ..... ..:i:: ... .t
.. .
Otis Magee, presided at the ./'-'- ...:.....:.: :.;, ..... ...
business meeting. KULESKI BROTHERSIN ....'" ."" '" .. .. ". .:,... ".... :
.'. '. .
; .1":0. : :\ :: :'i
Ways and Means chairman, VIET NAM !.? \1::.: :. .. ..I't:.:: '_"
.
Mis. Alfred Junengllng, reminded Lance Cpl. Eric KuleskI, I ..... ...... : ..
the members there US Marine Air Wing Corps is :::':i.:: ,.,' 'liS: :' ....,:
.
was a games party planned stationed at Chulai, Viet : :. t" : :: :i. '........

for[ Fri., Jan. 27. Mrs. Frank Nam. His brother, Harry Ku. .f .....: : : :::. "J,""

Brede has offered her homefo leski, S/A Weapons and Deck ,.'..;".... .' ,'.'.:.. : : .:
.the and the time .. .' .... '
$ party Division of the United States .,' I ... Iw
will be 1:30 p.m. There will Navy, Is aboard the USS Oz. I, .4" ...' : I
bei, prizes, door prizes and refreshments bourn In the Viet Nam area.
and all friends Sons of Mr. and Mrs. Harry I

are invited. Kuleski, Flagler Beach, the H v
,
brothers are aware of each 10'y

others whereabouts and are I f
I T __ : ." <:,.' hoping they can get togetherfor i

a visit ; I
HASTINGS MATTRESS {
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& UPHOLSTRY WORKS FISH FRY: CHAUTAUQUAFOR ; L'11 ..Tr./, J : :

710-12 Lemon St. METHODIST MEN ,! ,
Palatka Florida "

Phone EA 5-9166 Fish Fry: The MethodistMen 1
Furnitu-% Upholstering will sponsor a Fish Din
Repaired & Refinished ner on January 27th. Ticketsare I. I, j I
Mattresses & Box Springs available from any mem '.t: I
Made to Order. Also Renovated ber or by calling 92441.

Call Laura Morris 437.3233 Chautauqua: Much enthus ( ,rI .
After 6:00 P. M. iasm is being generated over I Sbrc'
PRICES REASONABLE. -- the promotion of the Chautau-

BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. qua Shows. There will be one
Just as near as your show a month which will include -
I Phone or Post Office local talent, visiting -
i
Drop Us A Card or Call bell ringers, a pageant and Not for Florida!
Free Pick-up &: Delivery possibly a circus. Dates and ,; ,

places will be announced :

,., !oZ. later. I
A million Floridians have discovered a comfort.Acleanerhappiermorekeelt&ful :

safer, cleaner, easier, cheaper,fiamdess home for your; family this winter,

i way to heat (and cool) their homes. next spring, next summer, next fall Sec ;

Flagler County Insurance FJectrtcREYEHSE-CYCLE air con(H kml.j your electric air conditioning contractor .
or appliance dealer !
One small, compact unit heats in winter, todayl '

\ Agency Inc. \ cook in summer.Costs so little more than ;

i straight cooling, the heating feature is .
almost like getting a house heater free. THERE'S NO MATCH FORFLAMBJE
,
All Forms of Insurance ; No fume, soot, odors. No fuss, muss, ELBCTFHC.. ...
Irs cr+f, ...Tot:t
bother.Just dial 'round automatic
year
106 North Bay Street -:- Phone 437-3171 (

Bumiell, Florida 31010 FL'IRItAPIWER I & LTfiNT CIMPANYTHERE'S j
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For Vets Weekly Sermon 5-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE TOURSw JAN I2. 1967 I I


World War II. Rev Oliver F. Taylor. Pastor .
Bunnell Methodist Church
Closes July 25 Quantity Rights
WHERE THE ACTION IS WE GIVE METTS Reserved
Time is growing short for
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The Christian Church has
veterans of World War II to
always found Itself in the
use their eligibility for guar. TOP Prices Good
anteed loans for homes, farmsor mainstream of history as it
has in the Thurs., Fri., Sat.
challenged
people
businesses, Mr. C .W. Henry
, Manager of the VA Reginal realm of social and, economic VALUE SUPER MARKET and o gYi4;
situations.
the
However
Office in St. Petersburg, warned Jan. 12,
today. The final deadlinefor church may not always pro and 16, 1967
application for a VA vide a comfortable pew or a STAMPS ,
103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437-3201
popluar position for its memo
guaranteed loan is July 25, .
bers. Whenever the church is
1967.Mr engaged in proclaiming ,the .
said that while
.Henry Gospel of Jesus Christ it will
over 7-mlllion veterans had. run into opposition from those Lyke's 6 to 8 lb. Avg.SMOKED Lean (Boston Butt)
used their eligibility to purchase who do not want changes in
new homes, farms or their lives. As the leaven in PICNICS PORK ROAST
start businesses, there were the social scene throughout ; _
mauy still eligible who had history the church's positionis
not taken advantage of this not always in opposition to 39 Lb. 49\ ;:
provision. everything, but only those :
Through October, 1966, the things which oppose the
Veterans Administration has teachings of Jesus as found in
guaranteed or insured 171,839 the Holy Scriptures. Not every Lyke's Sugar Creek Florida
Grade
"A"
home loans to Florida veterans situation in history is a life (Family Pkg.)
of World War II and the or death struggle, and it is up
Korean Conflict. totaling $1,- to the church to decide ,the SLAB BACON CUTUP FRYERS
707,835,857.In depth of concern in any give .
addition to the guaran. en: situation. When the chipsare 79
t eedloans, the Veterans Ad. down the church finds itself 59" 5 Lb.SBag
ministration has made 5,793 where the action is even V I
direct loans (through October, unto death. "About that time !
1966) totaling $61,681,670. Herod the King laid violent .
These are made in areas hands upon some who belong. U .S. Choice Tender Delicious
where local financing is not ed to the church." lie killed
available. James the brother of John Sirloin Steaks, Ib........................ 99 "

Mr. Henry advised veteransof with a sword." Acts 12:1,2. Chuck Steaks, Ib........................ 59 BEEF LIVER
World War II planning on T-Bone Steaks, lb.------------------------ 1.09

anteed utilizing to this them privilege by Public guar.Law SMALL ISTRATION BUSINESS LOAN ADMIN. Round Steaks, Ib........................ .99 Lb. 49"-\

not to wait until the last min. Family Steaks, Ib......................... .69 "
SERVICES EXPLAINED
ute before selecting their
home, farm or business. Loans Many small busineesmen do
'are arranged for by the build. not know how ,to go about Lean Delicious World' Best
er in most instances, but the applying for a long term loan
guarantee can be used to purchase from the Small Business Administration PORK STEAKS
existing homes as wellas neither do they GROUND BEEF
new homes. understand loan policies governing
The July 25, 1967 deadline the functions of this
does not: apply to veterans of Agency of the Government 59" 2 Lbs. 99
the Korean Conflict or veterans according to Mr. C. R. Creal
who have been includedin President of Citizens Bank.
the new legislation who As a service to the small -
have served since January business community the bank GT. SIZE .
31, 1955. The expiration date now has a supply of informational -
for Korean veterans Is 1975, material on hand for Giant
and for veterans of the Viet distribution to small businessmen TIDE
nam era, ten years plus an seeking long term 49Limit
Box
extension for time served, capital which explains whatto ,.
'
from the date of their dis do If you want to apply fora
charge. loan from SBA and current
policies of .the organization. ((1)) with purchase of $5.00 or more food order
This material may be obtained
FLORIDA GRADE "AuEggs
CARD OF THANKS
by calling at the bank.
Our heartfelt thanks to all
who extended comforting DOROTHY JOHNSON Dozen
sympathy and help! in our recent 2
sorrow in the loss of our DIES SUDDENLYMrs. Medium i 99
daughter, Sharon Kay Lee. Dorothy Minton Johnson
Our sincere gratitude and appreciation of Melbourne died unexpectedly -
cannot be adequately Thursday, Jan. 5.
Limit ((2) Dozen Please
expressed. She is the foster mother of
Dallas E. Lee Mrs. Herbert Bradley, Oak WILSON SHORTENING
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and Family Hill, who is a former residentof
Bunnell. Mrs. Johnson
CARD OF THANKSI moved to Melbourne from 3lb
am deeply grateful to all Hastings in 1924. Bakerite 59Limit
my friends and relatives for Funeral services were held Tin
the cards, gifts, prayers and in Melbourne and interment
visits during my stay in the followed at Melbourne City

hospital.Thank you and God bless Cemetery.Mrs.. Johnson. is survived by (1) with purchase of $5.00 or more food order

her husband, Artie S. John
you. Paul Stanish son, Melbourne, one daughter, Farm Fresh Produce Laruta ((12 oz. Can)
Mrs. Herbert Bradley, Oak
Hill; one son, George Green- Red CORNED BEEF Z Cans $-rOO
man, Key West; three broth Lb.
ROY'SSTEAM ers and five grandchildren. GRAPES 1ge
CLEANING SERVICE Bush's ((300 Can)

TILE MOBILE ROOFS and HOMES SIDIWG9:: Bookkeeping and Juicy Sweet (Hamlin) PORK BEANS 8 Cans $ Guaranteed to Kill Mildew Income Tax Service Doz.
ORANGES 3ge "
r AIR CONDITIONERS SHOCKNEYRealty

CARPENTER CALL AFTER and 41100,PAINTING P.M. & Accounting Garden Fresh Tall Can Nutural
4 MR. R. BOND Flagler Beach Ormond Beach, Florida Cans $ ',", Phone 439.2275 P.O. Box 794 P. O. Box 842 Ph 677-4587 POLE BEANS Lb. 25* SARDINES 4


FROZEN FOODS Argo (Light Chunk)

.: NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERSOur Morton' TUNA 3 Cans Flat -lfOO JL
(Apple Cherry Peach)

telephone listing was inadvertently FRUIT PIES 3 For $1 Shurfine (303 Can) FRUIT

1 omitted in the new tele- Aunt Jemima 9 oz. COCKTAIL 4 Cans $00

WAFFLES Pkg. ac*

phone directory.Call DAIRY DEPARTMENT-

437-3316 for the Chicken Pan- BAKERY
Kraft (Fresh) ORANGE
E..rfr..h (Big 20 ex.)

try or Milton Motel. BREAD 4 Loaves 95C JUICE 3 > 1.e 89*

Please file this number for future
Ev rfre h (Reg.) Blue Seal

reference., BREAD 5 Loaves 95* SOLID OLEO Z Wit.: 35CLoans


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6-mE FLACLER TRIBUNE mUDS.. JAN 12. 1967 Florida BarMembership around northeast Jacksonville.corner of the In state the

region around Orlando are
:, 701 Bar members. Tallahasseehas

Ocala Group ,> -. 263 lawyers.The .
number of lawyers In

Records Top Hit' Has IncreaseA some Increased areas dramatically of the state since has

c1 recent census by The the Bar was organized In 1950.
j In the Florida Bar shows there are Browaxd County In 1950 had
9,729 members of the Bar at 95 lawyers. Today it has 633
close of 1966. Bar officials in 1950
Tear the vA&J the lawyers. Dade County
up
"Snoopy Vs. believe the Bar's membershipmay had about 950 lawyers and
Is outselling reach 10,000 by the end since then has tripled the
of 1967. size of Its lawyer population.Some .
records (45's) '
BETTER PLAY IT COOL
The Florida Bar is now the
past year. YOUR RETIREMENT CASH eighth largest legal organization counties have lost located
Ripping -set and to"the stocks, and as they began' In the United !States. It lawyers. Liberty Tallahassee County, had
graphs like It, are being recovering I slowly switched my, was created In 1950 with 3,- near it
1950.
: in Today
five lawyers
tour of the about out of them. And into 758 members.
money
I
is the only county with no
through New retirement guaranteed savings certificates The largest single collec
Philadelphia, at the bank for 5 per cent I tion of attorneys In the stateIs resident attorneys.
I Francisco and are getting came to the conclusion that ,in Dade County which has There are 23 in St. Augus
record has return from stock prices could bi affectedby a lawyer population of 2,917. tine, 16 in Palatka and one
ed some weeks and think the ''state of the cow try's The Tamp Bay area has about in East Palatka, six in Green
ster seller. with business economy; by the state of the 1,400 lawyers. Co.'e Springs, three in Bun-
put their corporation issuing the stock, There are 774 lawyers In the nell.
After three
I stocks but also by the gyrations of .
---
,
national charts are seeing Wall Street traders. It was no --
The 'Red down like place for retirement money ." I BUDDY KNOX
4 position No. 122 every There are'those who are told .
Magazine'past on to, the to put their savings into auto I, YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER
ion into second department mobile stocks or gas stations
groups because suburbs and shopping Bunnell Atlantic Service StationU.
The
Royal : centers assure' a growing industry
group of saved for those who are told I
Ocala, has S. Highway 1fiftf Day Phone 437.3652
savings & to sell their oil stocks because
tional am getting Detroit is trying to perfect electric vJS-Sy Night Ph. 437-3944
Florida record. return. I cars. Maybe I don't know. ,
"Red Baron" can I get I doubt that anybody knows REPAIR, REBUILD GENERATORS, STARTERSAND
such theories with enough as CARBURETORS
popping on
up
for all of surance to protect retirement
puses across age savings. 24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service
dio stations are I
things: One There are those who are told
Inviting 'Snoopy knows mutual funds
are safe because
tests with do what, professionals choose the stocks
f award to the and if that compose them. But mutual
for his exploits '
I tell he funds 'started
you suffering along REAL
} down the
trying to with stocks last February.There : ,
The Record The second are those who think savings &
tion of America I savings loans are a fine bet because the GOOD
certified Snoopy i cent is a troubles they've had in recent
BUSINESS
Baron for its !
retirement months
are building up a huge
new honors are everybody back-log of home-building. But
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JANUARY SI1 S YA

Too Late MEDICAREQUESTIONS I


To Classify andANSWERS
NO EXCHANGES OR REFUNDS '
BY Russell HOT t
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MEN and BOYS' PANTS-Buy one pair at regular price I J {t?
I met him first as editor Q. I have been told rill ,

News and publisher of Stuart, of Florida the Stuart shortly have stay to pay in an nothing extended if I haveto care get_another pair (up to same price) for I ...........................................$100:' i id ,J

after I became secretary of facility for 100 days. Is this ,

the Florida Press Association. true? .. ". ., f

Although I did not know it A. No. While there is no MEN'S WHITE SHIRTS Short Sleeve 2 for $300, Long Sleeve2-$400

at the time and probably he charge for the first 20 days, ;. I

dldn'it, Edwin A. Menninger there is a $5.00 a day chargefor I ...... I 3s
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was Just entering a field of the last 80 days. I
MEN'S SPORT
SHIRTS-Long short
knowledge !that was to make or Sleeve

him as famous in his unusual Q. Will medicare pay for 'IK I J
field as his famed brother Dr. the costs of my medication Regular Price........ 600 Now........... 499 ;I
William C. Menninger of the while I am in an extendedcare t I
Menninger Foundation, Tope. facility? V-... HI I
ka, Kansas. Regular Price........ 500 Now..:......... 399 : I
A. Yes. Drugs, biologi- q j Ij
Since boyhood Edwin Men. cals, supplies, appliances and 1. < i I
ninger had been a lover of equipment usually furnishedto Regular Price.........400 '. Now.-.299
trees. When business success patients by an extendedcare ': '.to *
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provided time and finances he facility are covered.Q. I' .
began a study of flowering 6 ONLY. : ..,,.Men's Sport Coats at a-L ow.Price of ........>.,.:......'......ti.....x1375 :'
trees and plants. The search Do I have to go directly -

subject for knowledge took him of all his over chosen the from tended the care hospital facvillty to the to ex be BOYS WEATHER JACKETS .........................':. ..................................200 g t,

world all trees.and expanded to cover covered under medicare? (Just 6 to sell"'at. this price\ ) .. sit t

A. No. You must be admit. I

Today Ii, Edwin A. Menninger international ted to the extended care facility Boxer Style and Knit Athletic Shirts....................................... 3 for 199 ;

is recognized, as an within 14 days from the .
authority on trees. He date of your hospital dis .... : /
has written a number of bookson charge. Your admission to the CLOSE OUT ON MEN'S WORK SHIRTS AND PANTSDRASTI jI j
the subject but none in my extended care facility must be *
opinion more interesting and for the further treatment of CALLY REDUCED .
informative than his latest: the condition for which you

Just"Fantastic off fhe Trees"press. entitled were hospitalized.Q. Ladies Wool Pants ......................................................."..L.: .......-...,......$95
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I have Just finished readingit If I'm transferred froma \ .

and my eyes have been opened hospital to a participating Ladies and Girls Skirts ...........................:....;..........................................399 1
the wonderful worldof
to
extended care facility and

Menninger trees. Thanks, trees to have my becomeas friend then have to go back to the Pastel Bonded Flannel Skirts..................?................!.....................-....500. 1 i!
hospital, will medicare still
real and amazing as hu pay the hospital bill? H
man beings and (their lives as One Dresses ,
Group Specially Priced-Save to 50%
up
complicated. A. Yes, If you have not al. ;
Believe it or not, there are ready used up your 90 daysof
trees that thrust their iroots hospital benefits in that One Group Dark Slacks ...................?.........................................25% Off
into the air, or produce fruit spell of illness.Q. .
underground, or
and flowers
make noises, or change their I've been in a nursing LADIES SUITS DRASTICALLY REDUCED .,.
sexes, or commit< suicide, or home since August 1966 recuperating

provide their own rain or from a serious op Sweater Tops, Regular 700 to 795 Now:.................................--.......
their own reslpratlon gases. eration. Will medicare pay for .
,
Behind these oddities of my expenses now that the extended
form and conduct lie the partially care facility coveragehas 2 Piece Knit Suits........_..................,........-............................_.........999
solved mysteries of botany .started (January 1, 1967). ? (Only Four to Sell at this Price) ,
and the larger mysteriesof I
all the life sciences. What A. Yes, but only if the

makes the behavior of trees nursing home which you are Back Aid Panty Girdle, Regular 1250, Now............:......................895
in has qualified as an extended
at times seem so much like .
care facility. You must also < ,
? What
human guides the behavior Individual in its have been in the hospitalfor Children and Ladies Terry Cloth Slippers .........."....._.'-...,.............199 :(

struggle for survival, in its three days and have been .. ';-,* -. f.

contest with its changing en admited to /the nursing home Whiting Davis Purses............................_....?.....:.......:..:.:...:_....:25% Off
vironment! for the same condition for
the odd and mysterious which you were hospitalized.You .
Among
trees Menninger describes must have been admittedto Gown and PeignoirI .......................................-......:.............................1895Land ,
the extended care facility
that flat
are some
I their leaves and create weird within 14 days after your discharge '
noIse, trees that actually display from the hospital.
affection for other trees :
I and reach out to embrace trees, commonly called the l 'n Sea
them, the arithmetic tree, dinner bell, giant trf.at i'
trees that cannot live with. treats, writhing lianas, sau-
out animals, trees that tell fage trees and countless J
time, others that predict wea- others. '
tier changes or even produce To most of us (trees are
ttietr own rain, tress that trees but to the nature student .
strangle. they present an amazing -
t" Fashions
i If trees could get together variety of strange and -
and Mage. freak show, they mysterious character. If you
'1 j could hold their own with the would like to learn more on
rF'rF'j best freak exhibits our circus tMs fascinating subject you
; am produce. There you would will enjoy reading+ "Fantastic
, find the cannonball trees, Tree", by Edwin A. Menninger

: two headed palms, trees producing published by Viking ,. II j. .. ...J ,
fruit that explodes, Press+ 625 Madson Ave., New
man eating trees, fireproof York.






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r FLAGLEH TRIBUNE TOURS* JAN. 12, 1967 IDLEWOOD BAPTIST WMU MEETINGThe


ENTERTAINED Mrs. W. W. Union of Women's!the First Missionary Baptist

ed members of I I Church of Bunnell will con
Club when they duct their regular business

evening at her meeting Thursday, Jan. 12 at
Moody Blvd. Mrs. the church.

Ilk, vice of
during the The executive committee
The devotional will meet at 7:30: p.m. and
the business meeting will begin
Mrs. Dave
,. a at 8:00
"I''!' Members voted p.m.

In a note received from Mr. Mrs. Neva Eisenbach re Miss Delores Deen Mrs. Jack Clegg, president,
rand Mrs. Arnold Morse, who turned home Friday from Bunnell High will preside and. Mrs. Webb
are living In Tehran, Iran, Vero Beach after a visit with ruary.It Brooks Is in charge of the
they report that the New Year her son in law and daughter, was reported program.
celebrations In Tehran were Mr. and Mrs. John Souther. cans were

unusually subdued, due to the land and family. Idlehours WINS CAR RACES
mourning in Iran for the ed by the group.

stabbing of Hazrat All, the Fred Harris, who Is station. Members Billy Mathen, Favorita, was
first.Imam of 'the Shl'lte sect ed at Fort Benning, Ga. with ling a Fashion E. first place winner in two dirt
of Moslems. Churches were silent the US; Army, recently returned Mrs. Deen track races at the Deland
and all cafes and placesof after a visit here with rel refreshments to Speedway Sunday. He placed
entertainment were closed. atives. Brown, Mrs. first In the Feature Race and
Mrs. Morse Is the daughter of Mrs. Jennie first in the Heat Race. Billy

George Kielb, Bunnell. Butch McDaniel was in na Knight, Mrs. was driving a 57 Cherrolet.
Jacksonville Monday and Mrs. Perryman.The This places him in the lead

O. K. Herr land Debbie Herr Tuesday where he underwent February in point standings at the De-
will be at the is land track.
and children Chuck and Deb. examinations for entry in the
bie Sue visited in Lake City US Air Force. Butch enlisted Charles
\ New Years Day with his broth. in the Air Force last week. Park.

er, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Eblng CAL WAS CHAMP
: and family. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Nipper, ATTEND
;, Mrs. Carl Bratcher, Mrs. Alice Handshaking at White

Scott Crews returned home Ringold and Mrs. Nadine Nipper Mrs. Blon House receptions was intro.
Merritt H. duced by Tmomas Jefferson.
Wednesday via Jet from Mas were In Athens, Georgialast land B. Shaw; In his autobiography, Calvin
on City, Iowa where he spent weekend to attend': the O. F. Alford, Coolidge recalls proudly, "On
funeral services of Mrs. Nipper's
several days visiting with Mr. Jr.; Sheriff and one occasion I shook hands
and Mrs. Elmer Cohen and sister. monson, Mrs. with 'nineteen hundred in
daughters, Christy and Holly. worth of thirty.four minutes."
The Gollen's are former residents Dinner guests of Mr. and the a
Mrs.. Duane Deen New Years ceremony
of Flagler Beach.
William
Day were Mr. and Mrs. C. A. VENISON FOR WHITEHOUSEWhen
sworn in as
Riddell, Mr. and Mrs. C. O.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Sale Lee of Tuesday morning Abigail Adams set up
j yerds and daughter, Sharon, Magee, Margie Blakely Alpo attending housekeeping in the newly
Bunnell Mrs. Deen
,spent the weekend in West ; Margaret worth's mother, built White House ''as its inl-(
Mr. and Mrs! B. Malo and
Palm Beach visiting with their Wadsworth of tial First Lady, Mrs. George
.' children, Ike Vaughn, Daytona
son In law and daughter, Bob his sister and Washington sent her a gift of
Beach Sisco Jackson.
Joy ,
and Janet Council. ; Mr. and Mrs. venison and an Invitation to
ville and the Deen's
daugh
; of Punta Gorda. Mount Vernon, to
ters, Suellen Deen of Fort according
1 Mrs. Anna Jarosz returned Lauderdale, and Elaine Deen, the new book, The Living
.' home Friday from Miami after Bunnell. UNITED White House, published by the
i a weeks visit with Mr. and CONFEDERACY White House Historical Asso
,Mrs. Edward Jarosz and fam- I ciation.
Recent guests of Mr. and
: Mrs. H. T.
l1y. Mrs. Jack Hardin were Mr.
,F and Mrs. David Hilsenbeck will conduct FIDDLING AROUND

'] Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pal. and children, Winston Salem, meeting of the is
,fczewskl have as their house. N. C. and Mrs. Hardin's par. they convene President Thomas Jefferson
12, at 2:30 p.m. relaxed from the cares of the
her cousin Mrs. S. No. ribu'ne""f
guests ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hubbardof
of Mrs. Z. G. young republic by playing his
:sal and daughter, Florence of Knoxville, Tenn. "
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A fiddle and training
.Chicago program a pet
Robert E. Lee" mockingbird to take food from
I Tom and Anita Lenssen re sented. his lips.
Mr. and Mrs. June Deen of turned home Thursday froma
\ Hileah spent last weekend two week's visit in San
here with Duane and Luel- Francisco with his brothers BULLDOGS color if you take proper care

1 len Deen. John Lenssen and Mr. and AND LOSE of them.
Mrs. Bill Lenssen. Fertilizer application is Important
.f Mrs. Margaret Taylor had The Bunnell Apply about 1&
; as her weekend houseguest, FLORIDA METHODIST MEET feated Saint pounds of good garden fer
Major Fia Ingraham, US Army Attending a Bishops Convocation a tense game tilizer per 100 square feet of
:' Nurses Corp, Jacksonville. in Lakeland at South. January 3. The of plant space In early spring,
ern College Saturday, January7th by Darrell Britt again in June and perhaps in
C. H. and Henri Muzyka of were Ray Mercer, Jim coasted by the midsummer if there are
Melbourne spent last weekend Townsend, Kenneth Herring last four minutes heavy rains.

here with his sister, Marie and Rev. Oliver Taylor, Bun The Bulldogs Pruning is the secret of a
Muzyka. nell; Rev. Reynold Hoover, battle until the canopy of color next Christ-
Hal Jordan and Lyman Gage, third quarter mas.
Harry and Carol Atkinson, Flagler, Beach. ers fouled out
The Rev. Father Antonio Leon, Mr. Gage reports this the seemed to go As each sprout reaches 12
Leslie and Mary Pache and best Bishops convocation ever dogs didn't score inches long, pinch it back to
! daughters Carol,, and Tina held In Florida.An utes of the game six Inches. Continue this cruel
were among those from Bunwell Inspiring program, and beat the treatment to all sprouts until
attending the Florida group singing and informative Last Friday's the middle of September. Then
Symphony in Daytona Beach speeches were highlights of nated the stop to give the plant tips a
Wednesday evening. the day. Over 3000 attendedthe place In the (St. : chance /to set their bracts of

meeting. Conference, color petals.
Deaf tripped
The Bulldogs Poinsettias show their color
: according' to day length andtemperature.A
0. F. ALFORD at half time .
3534. plant near a
Registered RENEW YOURDRIVER'S Bulldog
lighted window
down or a street
LICENSE ?h. allowing light often refuses to color
Real Estate Broker g"BIRTH score 25 points up
mm YOUR like
quarter. a neighboring plant in a
Bunnell Florida MONTH nearby darker corner. The
,.., .......... Jack Knight best flower development Is
er with 19 ; .
when the night temperaturesrange
k Cowart, 15;
from 60 to 62 degrees.
, anr Ray Krutz 13.In

I LELAND B.. SHAW Tuesday'
Bunnell took
over the 3 GAL. FOR $5.00

Announces the opening 8031. Bunnell's a QUALITY PAINTCome
played most of ( la .>d aM It made)

: Friday night's n. V. Yeoman, OrmoBd Beach
'p Corner Hand Ave A V. S. 1
: l' of Baldwin
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: ed in Baldwin 677.8020 9 a.. m. till 5:30:
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