The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: January 19, 1967
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
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System ID: UF00079914:00367
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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Anniversary Flagler Tribune

Discussion MeetThe Flagler BeachHullett

Worrell Durrance,
Flagler Chamber of
Commerce at the suggestionof VOL. 55 NO. 3 BUNNELL. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. JANUARY 19. 1967 $2.50 A YEAR 68, 330 Lambert Ave., Flagler
Beach died at his home Sat.
the Board of County Com
urday January 14 after a
missioners has decided to develop .
a program, for the cele Bunnell Election C. K. 'McKnightGraduates lengthy: illness. A longtime
resident of Flagler County,
bration of the 50th Anniversary .
Would 'YouBELI'EVE memberof
Mr. Durrance was a
of Flagler County on July;; of Flagler County's pioneer
Set' March 7th From one
1, 1967 A committee com families.
of Lee Drazba P. A.
posed He was born in Espanolaand
Edmonson, Harold Massie, R. It Happened In Flagler Bunnell voters will elect Airlines SchoolCharles resided in the county all
L. McNab, George Moody and three city commissioners,,
I County 10, 20.40 years ago of his life. r
John A. Clegg from the Cham March 7. Dave Perryman,, He member of the
was a
ber and C. B. Flsenbach City I ? commissioner resigned Monday K. McKnight, son
Church of Jesus Christ of
of Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Me- I
of Bunnell; George Wickline, night effective March 31. Latter Day Saints.
City of Flagler Beach; and Other commissioners whose Knight, Bunnell, recently
10 YEARS AGO .. from United's Survivors include his wife, j
graduated pilot
Louis Steflik, County Com terms are expiring are C. B. Mrs.
missioner, has been formed to 4-H Club ,boys winning Eisenbach and H. V, Peavy. school and is now flying out Marie Peggy; Sielers two daughters, Miami;, Mrs.

develop plans.At honors at the 1P57 Fifth Dis- There will be three seats on of Denver. Howard
triot Stock Show in Jacksonville McKnight's schooling began
the five man commission. to be sisters Mrs. Dora
Beach two ,
the first meeting !there ;
were: Robbie Tucker, filled. with five weeks of basic
and Mrs. Eva Allen,
was considerable discussion: Elbert Tucker, Mike McMIll. The commission voted to pilot training. During this Ashley
both of Daytona Beach; one
as to whether this should be an, Quentin Emery winning allow the two top vote gettersto time his capabilities as a plot John Flagler Beach
a large celebration to last 4 Blue Ribbons; Howard Emery, fulfill two year terms and were evaluated through 12
days, a one day celebration Jerry Burnsed received Red the third high candidate and four grandchildren

on July 1st (Saturday) or Ribbons. Elbert Tucker's steer would serve out the remaining one great grandchild.
In between. At this Graveside services were
something was declared Grand Champ. of
one year Perryman'sterm. .
conducted at Hope Cemeteryby
point It was decided that a Ion and Mike McMillan's was Candidates must post a
meeting should be held wit] reserve grand champion. $30 qualifying fee, which is 5 Brother Woody Tilton of
the Latter Day Saints Church,
the various clubs and organ! Frank L. Polhill was County per cent of the annual salaryof
zatlons in the County to determine Agent. the commissioners.The Palatka, Monday afternoon.
Pallbearers were W. D.
what Interest there registration books will
might be in the anniversar Jones, Buck, Tommy Custer
; 20 YEARS AGO remain open from February
and Bill
celebration and to what extent Buddy
2 to February' 24 for voters to
they would want to pat. Two new teachers were assigned register and also for those desiring Craig Funeral Home Bun

ticipate.For to the BHS faculty, to qualify as candidates nell was in charge of ar
1947. Mrs. LauraS. rangements.
January 16, for the seats.
this purpose a meeting Morris, a graduate of Western
Also appearing the March
has been called for Thursda;: Kentucky Teachers College -
night, Jan. 19, at 7:30 p.m.at has been assigned to 7 ballot will be a proposed CRACKER DAY
amendment to the charter
the court house, accordin, Junior High and Elementary permitting the municipality to MARCH EIGHTEENThe
to John A. Clegg chairman.It music.
is hoped presidents wll use money for advertising Flagler County "Crack.

discuss this project with som Miss Catherine Rogers of purposes. The amendmentwas er Day" has been set for Sat,

of. their members and itha Eastman, Ga., a graduate of proposed after a request March 18, 1967. Sponsored by

they will bring some of thei Berry College has been ap from the Flagler County the Flagler County Cattle
Chamber of Commerec for
members to this meeting. All] pointed Vocational Home Economics men's Association the affair
organizations in Flagler County Instructor. money to advertise Bunnell. will feature barrel racing,

are invited.RUNNELL professional roping, pony
Flagler Beach Town Commission
called a mass meetIng FLAGLER SHRINERSARE races and registered quarter-
horse races !this year. Riders, I
HOSPITAL for all residents interested INSTALLED CHARLES K. McKNIGHT both professional and amateur
in obtaining a public
Levi Brannam was installedas from all over the state
REPORTS CHANGES waterworks system. Flagler
president of the Flagler are expected to take part.
Beach does not have water hours of flying a DC-6 piston
Patients at Bunnell Gen with residents depend'ing .County Shrine Club at a tri ,aircraft, 12,hours at the controls .. Topping.the. old:' OOdh.time -
' eral Hospital will now be pfc: system, individual wells county Installation St. Aug. of a DC-6 simulator, and will be a, good -fash
vided with a menu for selection upon ustine Friday night. classroom testing. ioned bar-be-que' lunch served .

of their meals, one of the and pumping systems. Three counties, Flagler, St After completing the first as in the past. Plans are

new additions for the hos Johns and Putnam Installed five weeks, McKnight had 8 to serve both pork and beef
pltal, according to Dr. Joh 40 YEARS AGO their officers for the ensuing weeks of training in the duties cooked on the open pit.

M. Canakaris, medical direct The BYPU Installed the year at a dinner dance at the of a DC-6 piston aircraft Committees of the Association .

following officers: Giles W. Ponce De Leon Hotel. second officer. In addition to are now meeting and

or.The hospital kitchen has Bethea, president; Dorothy Other officers of the club classroom training, McKnight drawing up plans for the

been completely remodele Foster, vice president; Ruby are first vice president P. A spent 5 hours flying a DC-6 show under (the leadership of

and new equipment has bee Duttenhaver, secretary; Law Edmonson; second vice president and 10 hours "flying" a simu President Lyman Gage.

installed for the cafeteria rence Thayer treasurer; Eva Z. G. Holland, Jr.; sec. lator.

system. The new facility wl Holt pianist; George W, Cooley retary, John C. Rice; treasurer McKnight as are all new
be under the supervision of a chorister; Margaret Mc. O. F. Alford. The occasion was pilots, was assigned !to the BUNNELLGENERAL I
dietician in Febru the official visit of the
registered Farland and Alma Goodson, fleet as a second officer. Mc HOSPITAL
captains. Divan of the Morroco Temple. Knight's duties Include checkIng .
ary.Dr.. Canakaris said room group all functions of the air Admitted Rudye Shamb- I

rates and service charges wi! Flagler Countlans were urge BUNNELL BULLDOGS DOWN craft prior to departure, supervising len, Mary F. Gibson, David I

be increased due to the in-. ed to get their smoke poles, BALDWIN 48-34 fuel loading monitoring Groghan, Lottie Hall, Bun r i

plementation of the minimum muskets, single barrels and Bunnell cagers rolled past instruments while in nell; Bryce Sheeler, Charlotte

wage law and a salary increase rifles in first class shooting Baldwin Friday night 48-34 flight, and performing fur- Lutton Flagler Beach; Patricia .

for nurses." condition to help in a crow Bunnell. held the lead all the their ground checks on the Hamelmann, St. Aug.

The hospital also announces killing campaign from Jan. way with neither team doing aircraft after landing. ustine.

the resignation of Mn uary 24 til February 5th, according any heavy scoring. McKnight, 30, Is a 1954 Discharged Ernest Long

Levi Drady, head bookkeeper, to E. W. Johnston, Walton Cowart was top graduate of Bunnell High Ruth Whitley Douthey Ever-

Mrs. Drady, who is retirin]: deputy game commissioner.The scorer for the Bulldogs with School. lIe attended The Citadel hart, Edith Bembry Pearl

from the position, will be replaced 19 points. Jim Harper scored receiving a Bachelor of Blakely, Dale Abbott JamesL.
by Mrs. Joe M. Brock State Game Commission 9, Ray Krutz 7, Dan Cody 6,, Science degree in Chemical Crews, James E. Crews,
reports crows are become Darrell Britt 4 and Jack Engineering in 1958. While at Ann Dye, Tommy Polk Dale

ing so numerous it will soon Knight 3. The Citadel, McKnight was Evans, Shirley Love, Charles'

POLISH SAUSAGE SUPPER be impossible for the farmerto This victory makes the Bun president of his class, a memo Gies, Sheila Lee. I

Don't forget the Polish Sausage raise much grain. nell record 7 wins against Z ber of the students council

Supper, Saturday Jan, Anyone in Flagler County losses. and was active In athletics.A HAW CREEK MEETING

28, sponsored by the Koron L knowing of a crow roost is The Bulldogs meet St Joseph short time after graduating Members of /the Haw Creek

Civic Club at the White Eag] asked to communicate with in the BUS gym Friday McKnight entered the U. Community Club met Wednesday \

in Korona. Serving will begi 1 Mr. Johnston. Johnston is attempting night. S. Air Force, remaining there morning at the homeof

at 6:30 pm. and continue until to get together a until he Joined United. A Mrs. Doris Baylor. Mrs.

9:00 p.m., according to Le bunch of hunters to try and SCHOOL HOLIDAYSFOR Captain when he was discharged Penny Sizemore. was co-hos

Drazba, president. rid this section of the pests. STUDENTS McKnight learned to

Proceeds from the suppe r Flagler County students fly in Charleston, S.C., In 1958 tess.This was the regular month.

will be donated to the St will be dismissed from schoolat and had accumulated 2,300 ly meeting and social of the
Marys Cemetery Fence Fun< i: FORMER RESIDENT 2:15 p.m. Wednesday, Jan hours flying time when he club.

18th, and will not return' tc Joined United.
CAFETERIA STAFF TO MARY STONE DIES their classes until Monday, McKnight and his wife APPOINTED HOUSING l:

Mrs. Mary Stone 82, passed January 23 at 8:20 a.m. Jean, have two children:
SPONSOR BAKE: SALE away Jan. 5th in a nursing Thursday and Friday have Charles, Jr., 6 and Kerry a DIRECTOR i \

home in Waterbury, Conn 'after been designated as "WorlDays" three-year-old son. In his leisure -
The cafeteria staff at Bur a lengthy illness. for the teachers to enable time McKnight enjoys The Flagler County Housing -
nell High School will hold woodworking. Authority announced the
them to report outdoor sports
bake sale Saturday. Jan. 21:l, Born in Vilna, Poland Mrs prepare appointment of Martin B.
cards and complete plans foi
front of th, Stone came to the United
at 10:00 a. m. e McDaniel. Executive Director
States at an early age. She the next semester.
Bunnell Port Office. BOARD MEMBERS according to John N. Me-
Homemade bread, roll. wa a former Bunnell resident Intosh, chairman of the board.
cake, pie and other bake II and resided here for many FISHING IS GOOD ATTEND MEET
goods wil be available. Ft if )'an.t AT PTA MEETING DATE
pedal orders call 497-3612
431." before noon FrWa;" Morris, New Britain Conn.; at the Marineland Pier according Peavy were in Tallahasseetwo CHANGED

January 20th.Proceeds two daughters, Mn.' EstherLetering. to Eddie Irwin, manager.. days last week attending
from the sale wt 11 Waterbury and Miss There have been large! an orientation! meeting foe The Bunnell Patent Teach-

be used by the cafeteria pei. Lottie Stone, Waterbury, Conn. catches of drum, whiting and l newly elected school board en Assn. meeting scheduled
tor Monday Feb. Stir ha been
sonnet to enable them to a1 1 I. and two granddaughters. a few large trout membefs.
tend the Florid School Poo. Graveside services were Some of the drum caught They were accompanied by postponed until Monday, M.

Serv'Itet. convention ]I n conducted Friday morning in were good size, weighing U{ Coy G. Harris, Superintendent 13th, according to Dr. Allen i.
Tampa. Waterbury. to 8% pounds. of Public Instruction. Reynolds, president







Editor and Publisher Plaintiff I

News EditorDe.lgaated NOTICE TO Defendant.APPEAR THE CITY COMMISSION of __ I
..__ _,. II
AND ANSWER!! Florida
the City of Flagler Beach I
for all IN THE NAME OF THE STATE will hold a public hearing
newspaper OP FLORIDATO on Thursday the of
Legal Advertising : JAMES HERMAN HADDEN February, 1967.. at l:00 hpall.. In
You are hereby notified thata the City Hall at Flagler Beach
cult has been brought agalrv Flakier County, Florida, to hear 4; _
,Entered as second cl&ll'matter you In the Circuit Court Seventh testimony and receive evidence :

February 6, 1913 at the post- Judicial Circuit. FlaglerCounty from i ny Interested persons xF r."ei 1::rri'a +?:rf.i.ri I
Florida, by SHARON concerning the establishment ofa
office at Bunnell Florida, under 8YKES MADDEN Plaintiff, and permanent bulkhead line II
Act of March S, 1876. you are hereby required to file along the Atlantic Ocean Shorein
personally or b.raltt with the corporate limits of the
the Clerk of Court your CIo Flagler' Beach, Florida I
One Year __.___$2. O answer or defenses to the Complaint The hearing will continue from II
In said suit on before
Six Months ........_......".:5 the 10th dr.oO February or A.D. wishing day to to day be until heard all have persons had

1967, and to serve a copy an opportunity to be heard. All
of yoar answer or defenses up- exhibits offered in evidence must
'. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIV on Messrs. OsMnsky and Krol be in triplicate and will becomethe I
Attorneys for the Plaintiff, at permanent property of the i
their offices at 411 Main Street, City of Flagler Beach, Florida.
Till IRCUIT: COURT SEVENTH Beach, Florida, on or Any person desiring to be heard
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IV before the lOtti day of February may be represented by an at- I
AND FOR FLAGLEH COUNTY, A.D. 1967, aa required by torney at law.
FLORIDA. the Florida Rules of Civil Pro Signed: Helen Nolle. (Seal)
CIVIL ACTION 7 DIV. A. cedure, and herein fall not or a City Cleric.Dated !
COLLIE MAE WEBB Decree Pro Confesso and Final : January 16,
Plaintiff Decree will be entered against Jan. 19-26 i9'b.; 2. 3tc
VI.DAVID' you by default.
B. WEBB, JR., You are further notified that LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN
Defendant. the name of the Court In which I
NOTICE OF SUIT said suit has been instituted la TIlE COUNTY JUDGE'S
the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial COURT IN AND FOIl FLAG- I
.TO: DAVID B. WEBB JR. Circuit of Florida, In and LER COUNTY, FLORIDA IV
whose residence and addressis for Flagler County, and that the PROBATE
: title of said suit Is as herein- In Re: Estate of:
Faye Avenue above set forth. E. W. JOHNSTON
Ken More Park You are further notified that Deceased.
Seaford, Delaware 19973 the nature of: Bald suit is a suit
You are hereby required to for divorce a vinculo matrl-
file with the Clerk of this Court rnonll and the permanent care, Pursuant to Section 735.06,
your Answer to the Complaintfiled custody and control of minor Florida Statutes, notice la here-
herein against you in the child by given that an order has been
Above entitled cause on or before WITNESS my hand and seal entered by this court declaring
the 10th day of FebrUarYI of office at Bunnell, :Flagler administration of the estate of
1967, and erSE a JEf! County, Florida, this 9th day of E. W. JOHNSTON as unneces-
upon JOHN ROBINSON January A.D. 1967.GEORGE lary,
plaintiffs attorney herein M MOODY, Kindly govern yourself ac-
whose address is 101 Seabzreeze as Clerk of the Circuit cordingly.s
Boulevard. Daytona Beach Flor- Court of Flagler County / T. K. MCKNIGHT "
ida. The "FLAGLER TRIBUNE" Florida County Judge. "Wefl, I see the Browns are finally busting up their marriage
la hereby e e1hl:1 the (Official Seal) _Jan 12-19-26, feb 2 4tc
newspaper in which By 1111 Joyce Patrick
l shall be published once a week t LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN
for 4 consecutive weeks. HERE. Olllnskf and \\erk., .. -
SUCH FAILURE. Jan. 12H9-26 ttb. 2 4tc. TY, FLORIDA.
The nature of this suit Is a bill IN CHANCERY No. 5431. :
WITNESS my hand and Real Plaintiff,
at Bunnell, Flagler County, Flor- IN Tim CIRCUIT COURT, !*EVFNTH VII.
ida, this 11th day of January, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FRED C. WATAON, .
A. D., 1867. "FLORIDA IN AND FOR Defendant. ,
Clerk Circuit Court CIVIL ACTION NO. 4 ANSWER
/ Joyce Patrick Plaintiff, : FRED C. WATSON
Deputy Clerk l-12-4tc 'Va. You are hereby notified thata X SIMPLY GET
VIVIAN RUTH WILCHA suit has been brought againstyou
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT DefendantTO in the Circuit Court, Seventh
REQUEST FOR BIDS do Mrs. Bertha Martin 221 Florida, in Chancery by KATHERINE NOWHERE IN SCIENCE.'
Notice Is hereby given that Cornell Avenue Pittsburgh BLAIR WATSON, Plaintiff YOUMS 'TEACHER.7rtt .
the East Flagler Mosquito Con- Pennsylvania, and you are hereby required -
trol District of Flagler Beach, Defendant to file personally or by Attor-
Florida will accept sealed bids YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ney, with the Clerk of said
at the office located 7 miles that an action for divorce Court, your answer or defensesto
north of Flagler Beach on High- has been filed against you and the Complaint in said suit on
way AlA, up to and until 6:00: you are required to serve a copy or before the 19th day of Jan-
P.M. on Monday, January 30, of your written defenses, if any. uary, A. D. 1967 and also to
1967, or postmarked prior to to it on C A Vincent of serve a copy of answer or
that time and date, for the fol- the law firm of lrVI in- defenses upon Messrs. Oaslnsky \ 'e.
lowing requirement for fiscal cent & Pyle. attorney for the and Krol. Attorneys for Plain
year ending September 80, 1967: plaintiff whose address is 42 tiff at their offices at 411 Main
Furnish I approximately FifteenThousand South Peninsula Drive, Day- Street Daytona Beach, Florida,
(15,000) Gallons No 2 tona Beach, Florida, and file on or before the 19th day of
Fuel Oil to be delivered to the the original with the Clerk of January, A D. 1967, as requiredby
District's Storage Tanks at shop the above styled Court on or be- the Florida Rules of Civil
north of Flagler Beach, Florida, fore February 15, 1967: other- Procedure, and herein fall not ja
in quantities suitable for the wise a Decree Pro Confessomay or a Decree Pro Confesso and _
capacity of storage tanks, which be entered against you for Final Decree will be entered
Is approximately 6,500 gallons. the relief demanded In the Complaint against you by default. I
Quotations to include all appli- You are further notified that
cable taxes and to be firm bid, WITNESS my hand and the the name of the Court In which UP/A
based on 60 degrees F. Temper- seal of said Court on January9th said suit has been Instituted is NEVER 6NE / BUT, ...HE CONSIDERS MEA
ature and to state terms of payment the Circuit Court. Seventh Ju- REMEt\BER. jy FATHER MERE CH1LP.I
1967.GEORGE 1\[. MOODY dicial Circuit of Florida in and
Furnish approximately two As Clerk of Said Court for Flagler County, in Chancery w.iWjrS1iTSNo; ,
thousand gallons Regular By Joyce Patrick, and that the title of said suitIs 6AI..s. USE
.3isgithe ,,.
line. Gasoline shall meet As Deputy Clerk, as hereinabove set forth. : :
minimum requirements for Jan 12-19-26-feb. 2-4tc You are further notified that t3
Regular Grade Gasoline as' set the nature of said suit is a suit I
forth by the Department of LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT for divorce a vinculo matrlmonll 'F
Agriculture of the State of Florida custody of children, and for tem- r.
as authorized by Chapter IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF porary and permanent support ,pr
525, Florida Statutes 1961. Gasoline FLAGLER (COUNTY .'(.OU- alimony, Attorney fees and court
Inspection Law and Octane IDA. costs In this proceeding.
number shall be 90 or better IN CHANCERY No. (H24. WITNESS my hand and seal
Gasoline to be delivered to the VIRGINIA ANN LITTLE, of office at Bunnell, Flagler
Districts Headquarters north of Plaintiff County, Florida, this 20th day
Flagler Beach, Florida, In quantities vs of December, A D. 6hoODY'
for storage tank facilities. JAMES FRANKLIN LITTLE GEORGE M. '' e' :-
Bidder to furnish Storage Tank Defendant As Clerk of the Circuit I.- .
of 500 gallon capacity with dispensing NOTICE TO DEFEND Court of Flagler County
pump and meter THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO Florida.
Quotations to Include all ap- JAMES FRANKLIN LITTLE (Circuit Court Seal) >
nllcable taxes and to be a firm Cabin Creek. West VirginiaYou By /s/ Julia R. Harvey, QQ.

bid, stating terms of payment.Furnish are hereby notified that a OE-1Sn''SKyD 'HY KROL Clerk

approximately 2.000 suit has been filed against you for Plaintiff ., + ,,
gallons of I* P. Gas, deliveredto In the above entitled cause; and Attorneys 411 Main Street y raae. ;
the District's Headquarters you are hereby required to fileyour Beach. Florida
north of Flagler Beach Florida with the Clerk of Daytona
answer Dec. 22, 29, Jan. 5, 12, 4tc
Bidder to furnish storage tank this Court, and to serve a copy
i and dispensing pump with meter thereof upon the plaintiff or
Quotations to be firm bid plaintiff's attorney, whose name
I" and to state terms of payment. and address isCHARLES : .
Bids to be opened at the office J. LUKE II
on Wednesday, February 1, 260 North Rldgewood Ave-
,t 1967 at 5:15: PM Alexander
Successful! Bidder will be notified nueDaytona Beach, Floridanot
following the District's tabulation later than February 6th, A.
of bids D. 1967. Lumber
rr"1 The District reserves the If you fall to do so, decree CompanyFLAGLER
dhttO reject any and all bids pro confesso will be entered
,, waive any Informalities against you for the relief demanded -
", in bidding in the bill of complaint.The BRANCH ..I 7t
EAST FLORIDA MOSQUITO nature of said suit being for
{. BOARD OF COMMISSIONERSLYMAN my hand and seal of
L. GAGE, said Court this 28th day of December SPECIALQuantity
Secretary A. D. 1966.GEORGE .
Jan. 19-26-2tc M. MOODY,
Clerk of said Circuit Court
(Official Seal)
Subscribe to The Tribune Bys/ Joyce Patrick Discount Paint

$2.50 per Year in Advance Deputy 1-5-12-19-26.Clerk. 4tc

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: BROWN & s
BROWN INC. up to 20% on

I'' I INSURANCE Masonry Exterior-Interior-Wood Paint

i Let UI assist you with our

1': OUR PHONE NUMBER IS remodeling improvement or service.home

437-3394 TO SAVE MONEY- recovered from the young Aegean amphora&ea. seller po e with warM

klerlac efforts Greek a.thodtlel are eon'
, TRADE WITH JOHNNY to protect'wen fftaaare
are of little value ObjedatJaowaJMre+
I yet
II some )IPOD B end celMlltloa
amphorae ,
II I I maybe..,.. Sl .OOO.

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CLASSIFIEDADS C II 0 1 C E c Lean Western (First Cut) ll. 'J I

manwINC. } Pork Chops.

Llatlass under tbs headlac are S eats per word each tnaertloa. i 4 4Ib49

21 in. TV with FM & AM radio. paintings, cut glass, old
Call 4392004. 112192tp. china, lamps, anything in
furniture. Write. Earl R. Pier- I
RCA TV, used 21-Inch floor son or phone: 6776328. 224
model $20. 30 others on our Arlington Way, Ormond
floor. Work pants 25c pr., Beach, Florida. 1.5-4tp.
Shirts 25c. Hackney used U. S. D. A. Choice ,i'

Furn. and Clothing, Moody $400.00 Monthly Possible- SIRLOIN
Blvd., Bunnell. Itc. Home Typing; Full or Part. STEAKS lb. :'
time. Guaranteed Profitable OR T-BONE 89
FOR FILL DIRT AND LIGHT Methods. Instructions, $1.00.B .
DOZIER. WORK, CALL 437- & B Enterprises, Box 196AA,
3669. MARTIN HARDING OR Holcomb, Mo. 63852. l-12-2tc U. S. D. A. Choice
JIM14Y &'.YDER. 1.12-to 5.26p j
FOR SALE-100x100 lot, 3rd 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, living ( ROAST lb. 49
St. Flagler Beach, rear Thrift. room, Florida room, utility
way Store. Also ocean to river room, storage and carport.CB .
lot. Tel. 677-5467, Holly Hill. construction. Rear yard
Jan. 12192tp. fenced. Call 4373484. Small Meaty Western (IDEAL FOR BAR-B-Q)

We need listings on homes '

Realtors and BARKER acreage.&-WILSON.SEE 109 S. Railroad Inc. fields installed TANK cleaning; Rota-Roter; drain SPARE RIBS. lb. 59'Lyke's J

snail shell. Reasonable prices.
Bunnell. Flo. Ph. 437.3282
Call George Jarosz, 437.3410

HOUSE FOR SALE-2 story 8-1-tf "Sugar Creek"FRANKS Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SLAB
frame house, 200 North Rail.
road street. Inquire after 7 NEED office worker, part or SMOKED BACON
p. m. Phone 4373580. 10-6-TF full time. Stenographic ex.
perience preferred. Call 439- lb.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY 2073. Irma Parker, Box 218, 12 oz Sge
Man or woman to supply Flagler Beach. 1.12.2tc Pkg. Sliced Free .
consumers with Rawlelgh "
products in Flagler Co. or Have buyer for 3 bedroom, 2 oj

Bunnell. Can earn $50 weekly bath home in Bunnell-SEE Lyke's "SUGAR CREEK" SMOKED (14.16 lb. Avg.) HALF OR WHOLE
part time-$100 and up full BARKER & WILSON. Inc.
time. Write Rawleigh, Fla. Realtors 109 S. Railroad
360-336, Memphis, Tenn. Bunnell Flo. Ph. 437.3282

151922.9 4 tp. ENCYCLOPEDIAS Get the HA Ib 59
DANISH STYLE SETTEE, new revised edition 1967
walnut, finish, zippered foam Compton's ENCYCLOPEDIAS.
cushions, $29.50. Jerry's Furniture Excellent for the home and
and Appliances, Old school, Free information or
Dixie Highway, 2 miles southof demonstration. Write M. H.

Korona. Phone 4373752. Parker, Bunnell, Fla. Call 437- RIB TIPS-NECK BONES-
1-19-ltc 3236. S $100
HOG MAWS-PIG TAI Lb................................. I '
HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bed- FOR SALE-Choice residential
room, 3 lots, $4650.00. Call lot at Flagler Beach. 50 ft.
437.3370 after 5 p. m. week. on Central Aye and 100 ft. on 300 Can "'-
days or call anytime Saturdayand 10th St Price $1,200, appraised TOMATOESNo. $100Lyke's.
Sunday. 1-19-ltc. $1,500. Donnella Chastain, -
5321 Carder SL,' Jacksonville, CRISCO
WANTED for fruit
]lanager Fla.32205., Ph. 15 oz. Can ( '
and gift shop in Korona'. Mustbe 38425$3.1.54tc.. '
'at least '45 years of age, CORNED For $ sober, reliable),Apply Casper's FOR SALE-Fiberglass fishing BEEFJim HASH 3 .8L 3 i 69
Fruit Market, US Hwy. No. 1, boat, motor and trailer.
Ormond Beach, Fla. 1-19-ltp Also Dodge pickup /itruck. Rea Dandy (Limit 2 Please) 1 lb. Box

sonable. Call 437.3206 after QUICK Each Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
FOR SALE-2 acres with 170 GRITS lOc
5 p. m. 1-19-ltc
feet frontage on Route 100

East of Bunnell. Good business Sun Fresh or Silver Springs
site. Low cash price. SEE

Realtors 109. S. Railroad 10-story building erectedfor Cana
BunneU. Flo. Ph 437.3282 insurance Pillsbury 8 oz. Can
a Chicago com

XMAS LAYAWAY, never: pi k. pany in 1880 is regarded as C KfnMIXES3ZFor 11'$100 BISCUITS 4 For 33e
ed up, brand new 66 model the first American skyscraper.
swing needle, dial-o-matjc\
Sun Spun 1 lb. .
zig-zag. Makes dozens of fan. GONE A LONG TIME Qtra.FOLGtR'S
cy patterns, makes autcmatic Ibs.
Elephants vanished from OLEO Z 3ge
buttonholes, sews on buttons, : ,
North America 'about 10,000
blind hems, monograms, embroiders -
years ago. Their ''bones are I 1
darns, patches, etc.
Sold for $129.: Now pay bal sometimes found with the COFFEE FROZEN FOODS
ance of $47.50 for. $5.00 spear or arrow: points apparently
.Phone Modern Sew- used 'by prehistoric
monthly} hunters to kill them.. Some Ib. Morton'sPUMPKIN 20 oz. Size
ing Center collect 253-1085 1 47
Daytona Beach. 1-19-ltc archeologists believe 'that the TinLimit e PIES Each
prehistoric Americans may 25c
SPARE TIME INCOME have hunted the pachyderms .1 with $5.00 or more food order
Refilling and collecting money to extinction. Morton's CHICKEN- TURKEY I
from NEW TYPE high quality !
coin operated dispensers in LIFE OF EASEA T V DINNERS VLT 39c

this area. No selling. To qualify FRESH PRODUCE -
colony of Norway rats,
you muct have car, refer
ences, 600 to $1900 cash. Seven bred in: scientific laboratories 4 lb. Cello BagAPPLES ':
since the mid-19tl ,
} century '
to twelve hours weeklycan Each
net excellent monthly in has changed anatomicallyfrom 4ge
come. More full time. For personal the wild species. Pros BONUS DETERGENT 1
tected for generations, the
interview write P. O. 1 lb. Cello Bag
Box 10573, Dallas, Texas 75207. rats have developed smaller Giant I'
Include phone number.Jan. brains and adrenal glands, CARROTSLarge Each fOe Size 4?
19-ltp. and they mature earlier. The
changes apparently make

FOR SALE-Reduce safe, simple !the rats tamer, more tractable Crisp STALKCELERY Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order l'1'
and fast with GoBese unaggressive, and fecund, For
tablets. Only 98c at your thus better suited for their Z Z5e

dru store. Jan19Apr. 6-12tc man-made environment. w I



K. CRAIG. Funeral Director t

JOHN CAPO. M.....r



Phone 437-3227
P.ItetM ID. 7332BOTWBLL. 8:00 a.III.-1:00 p.m. U.S. No. 1 MINNILL

Ml C. MOODY BLVD. FLORIDA Quantity Right R *.rv.d Prices Good January 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23, 1987 .

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tor ; /
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Weekly ... :

Rev. Oliver F. Taylor, Pastor
Cliff Sheffield was
elected president of the Pin- Bunnell Methodist Church
faqfer ettes 'at their Wednesday evening FOOD FOR THOUGHT

meeting held at the

u II}. home of Mrs. H. E. Crews. Christ loved people, and he
I,.. Elected to serve with Mrs. loved to attend social functions 2

FLAGLER GARDEN CLUB FLAGLER BEACH :' Sheffield were Mrs. Marshall such as banquets. The : ;

Crews, vice president; Mrs. Hebrew man of the Old Test
PLANS GAMES PARTY BAPTIST CHURCH Sammy Bertha, secretary; ament also loved the feast,

Friday tfev. Max Hall's will Mrs. H. E. Crews, (treasurer. yet there is great wisdom Y
Jan. 27, is the date sermon
Enjoying a covered dish which comes from the writer ,
of the Games Party plannedby be "God Is Love", at the
.the Flagler Garden Club. morning worship service, Sunday supper prior to the business of Proverbs as 'he describes .

The affair will be at the homeof Jan. 22 at 11 a.m. session were Mrs. Walton that, the enjoyment of feast is
Mrs. Frank Brede at 1:30 Kinney, Mrs. & J. Tilton Jr.; depends upon ones present
p.m. for members and their Sunday School, 9:45.: Morning Mrs. Joann Crews, Mrs. H. V. company and attitude of the '"

guests. Worship Service 11 a.m., Peavy, Mrs. Marshall Crews, heart. ATTRACTIVE AUTO-

Evening Service 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Edward Hawkins, Mrs. MATION. .Gale Honnlcutt, ,
Proceeds from the party Bertha and Mrs. Sheffield. Christ brought a feeling of would you believe, la supposed -

will be used ,by the club to Wednesday evening prayer love with him which he to be'a robot in her ",

replace shrubbery in the City service at 7:30. TRI-HI-Y CLUB NEWS shared in fellowship with appearance on a weekly TV
Park and Beach Ele those whom he shared meals. Some robot.
Flagler The Woman's Missionary spy spoof.
School Ground. With twenty members present Of course, this Is not to say .-
mentary Society will meet Thursday,
Tri Hi Y that lifetime of simple
a meeting was a
Jan. 19 at 2:00: p.m. at the
held on Jan. 12. meals is what every person
FLAGLER BEACHMETHODIST home of Mrs. Peter Phillips,
o should want, or even that a GREAT "KOW-TOW"
200 Palm Drive, Flagler The meeting was held in
CHURCH NEWS Beach. order to discuss the annual continual lifetime of ban
"Miss Bunnell High Contest", quets would be desirous for Chinese emperors once imposed -
The Mens Club Is sponsor. individual. the "Great Kow-tow" on
which will be on Saturday any
Ing a fish dinner on Friday, WOMAN'S CLUB DONATES emissaries from foreign coun
night, Feb. 18 a eight p. m. I am not a doctor or a
Jan. 27 from 5 til 7 p. m.. tries. The ritual called for
CASH GIFT TO LIBRARYThe Names of eligible contest scientist, but It seems to me -
Tickets are available from any three kneelings and nine prostrations
that one's meal is better en
member 92441. ants will be given to organi before the
calling emperor'sthrone.
or by Flagler Woman's Club zations as soon as semester joyed and more easily digest. .

There will be special "Ven sponsors of the Flagler Beach grades are received. ed when one is in a good

ture in Faith" meetings from Public Library presented the Interviews will be on February frame of mind. Mealtime

Feb. 5 through 10. All mem library with a Christmas gift 16, at 630; p.ra should be a time to pause
from their educational projects
bers are urged to plan on attending The contestants will be presented and reflect on the lovely
fund of $25.00 and $5.00 things of life, and enjoy what
/ and inviting their to the five judges and
from a sum of money divided God has provided.
friends. the public in the Bunnell
various club activities
among high school gym. We hope to "Better a dinner of herbs E
Sunday, Feb. 12, will be given by Mrs. Hilda William
have several out of town where love Is than a fattedox S
Race Relations Sunday, Fel son. "
Judges. and hatred with it. Pro
Dinner and Board
lowship Two books have been given There will be different verbs 15:17.
meeting. This dinner was the library In memory of Paul forms' of entertainment at the
from Feb. 5.
postponed Kelly and William B. Chimp. contest for the enjoyment of

Church School time is 9:45 ky: Tai-Pan by Clavell and the audience while the judges ii.

a.m. and morning worship at The Adventurers by Robbins. make their selection.
11 with Rev. Reynold Hoover, There will be a small REHEWYOURDRIVER'S

minister. The Chapel Choir New books added recentlyare charge-children 50c, adults LICENSE .. TheFlagler

will present special music : Barefoot Mailman-Pratt, -75c. The public is cordially CURING YOUR "

next Sunday. classic about Florida. Pepper. Invited.. BIRTH MONTH Tribune
idge Farm Cookbook; Never Reporter, Carol Townsend .
Call It Loving Eden, his.
Owen and Margaret Shel- torical novel; Mary Popplns-

ton and children of Ocala visited Travers, children's classic. 1

here Sunday with her 0 .
parents, Eddie and Babe Ir- .
\ ...
I "'.
Keene and Gurnee 0' .:::.:. ) : f I
Mary :
The Flagler Beach Metho s ',' .::.:.. ... \
spent Friday and Saturday in :. ..: : '
dist Men's Club would like to j'f; : ... .
of :
Tampa Houseguests "
'. .
the Kee e'. ,last week were remind residents of their ) ..w .IiIII!:... i :. 0 ':'' ..... :. .
drive + .
now underway. .
his sond ( in law paper t. '
daughter- 7l: ; .... '
who has to do. :
Anyone papers : :
Jack and Fontaine Gurnee of .
: ..
: 4. I : I
call 439.2441 for
'; : "
nate may .
Lexington, Ky. '" '' !
pick.up.TROOP. o ,;f. \.... ;.' I

... .. ..
\ I
Nathan Bruce, son of Mr. .
495 .
No. t
and Mrs. Joe Bruce, Flagler '. ': ... .f .,
Beach left Wednesday for SCOUT NEWS o ". '" '.' .' .' : : i

Amarillo, Texas where he is :-.'. ... ..' : ': ...... t,
stationed with the U.s. Air Lectures, craft classes, a ., .' .... ,. .: .. .... I
Force. Nathan's address is tour and canoe !trip are on .. ... : .
the agenda for boys of Scout 1."' "! ;: .., : ,. .. t
AB N. Bruce AF 12885. "
Joseph 1 It. .. .. '. \ .. '
417, 3333 BMTS Fit. 15, Ama- Troop 495, Flagler Beach. Sat. : .. Ib ....''''..
". '
rillo AFB, Texas 79111. urday, January 21 the group .' .. .. .. '.., .: ., ',.. .'.......". .'
will meet at the Methodist .. '" . !
.. .' :1
: .,.. .. .. ..
Church at 7:30: a. m. for trans ...: : P .. .: .' ,,,....:
Baldwin .
Sgt. Joseph ar -. .' I
portation to Tomoka Park : :: .
rived from Viet Nam Monday ". .. ; :

evening to spend a 30 day Canoe where Trip.they will embark on a '" ..,........' :.. ."S.:..: ', ..:..:I .'.;...... I
leave with his wife and '. I
: .
daughters, Eleanor and Anita. George Moody, Jr. will be .. .... .. ....... .
the guest speaker at their ': .:: '
Rev. and Mrs. E. Lester ; '.. ... .
regular meeting, Thursday, ....... .
Stanton returned home last evening, January 24th. Moody .
week after spending several will talk on Aviation and

weeks visiting in Chicago. Aerodynamics. Following the I II
meeting the troop will construct 't, T'I

model airplanes under I
3 GAL. FOR $5.00 the supervision of Scoutmaster L I 10o

QUALITY PAINTCome Bob Wallace. I

<(< In and >ee It made) .
The scouts will take a tour
R. V. Yeoman., Ormond Beach
of Cape Kennedy on Saturday, ,
Corner Hand Ave. A U. S. 1
677.8020 9 till 5:30 February 18th. They will at. '
a. m. 1
tend lectures on Atomic Energy i ri OP Pl :

and Space Explorationwhile

visiting the space cent
ROY'SSTEAM ter. I' / : .


TILE ROOFS and SIDIXGS The Friendly Circle of the .

Guaranteed to Kill Mildew Bunnell Methodist Church I
AIR CONDITIONERS will meet Thursday, Jan. 19 I J I
CARPENTER and PAINTING at 8 p.m. at, the home of Mrs.
CALL AFTER 8100 P.M. Oliver Taylor. :Not for Florida! .\
MR. R. BOND. Flagler Beach j

Phone 439-2275 P.O. Box 794 Mis. Danny Johnston will -. ... I I'
be co.ho t4filS.Fisherman's I
A million Floridians have discovered a comfort A cleaner happier,more health- I

safer, gleaner, easier, cheaper,flamehss ful home for your family this winter .

way to heat (and cool) their homes; next spring, next summer, next faiL See .

Inn > kctrfcIlEVERSE,CYCLE air owiitiwhf. your electric air conditioning contractor I

ODe small or appliance dealer todayl! I
,compact unit heats in winter,

Qs) in IUIDIDCI'Costs 80 link more than
straight cooling the heating feature is I

Your Favorite Beer and Snack Bar most like getting a house heater free. I J5* ma*** NO MATCH pon] (

No fumes, soot, odors. No fuss, muss, iii AU" lit ILICTNC...

; lent J. 22 M.2S bodaet.Just dial ra CHUNII.' 700' \
Oyster .. per perwa. yew'round automatic t

Open 7:30 a. m. Till ? Clo .d Monday FLMIIA. POWER ft TTlMT COMPANY J
Boat for R nt-Docking &: Gas-Phone 4399211 HtLflNS: BUIID4THE FLORIDA -


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20th Lightner Arbor Day I 5-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS. JAN. 19 1967

Show ---- I
Antique Jan. 20thArbor

Opens Jan. 28 in Florida Day, and Is January this is mos 20th WE GIVE M, E T T S Quantity Reserved Rights ]

timely; ,this also is the sea. *** .I
Antiques of various sizes ,
son when trees be trans.
may Prices Good
and descriptions will again be TOP
planted with safety.
displayed in 'the Lightner Exposition Thurs., Fri., Sat.
Building in St. Augustine Tress are by far the largest and Monday, I
the nation's oldest VALUE !
living things we know, rooted Jan. 19, 20, 21
city during' the 20th annual deeply in the earth with their
Lightner Antique Show begin. 'heads raised to heaven A tree and 23, 1967
nlr.g Saturday, January 28th. is not a cold, Inanimate ob. STAMPS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437-3201 i' j
The four.day,exhibit, will fea. ject, but has body tempera. J
ture 50 collectors and dealers ture, circulation! digestion,
who will show articles which sensitivities, and a cycle of Florida Grade "A"
include antique Jewelry, glass. growth and decline. Trees
ware, china, clothing, furni used to mean shelter, food, Whole J JAp
ture, novelty items and coinsin fuel and weapons. Today they ,
the casino of what was stand for the beauty of and FRYERS 29
once the Alcazar Hotel, built the love of the home. Man Lb. .
by Florida developer, HenryM. either makes his 'home where
Flagler during the late there are trees, or brings treesto
1800's and now the city owned plant at his home. Trees GRADE "A" Lt" $479 I

Lightner Municipal Exposi. offer much for they provide' FAMILY CUT-UPS ............5 Bag......................,...................
tion. shade, windbreak, air condi
Begun in 1948 by the late tioning, comfort-and some. Lean Meaty (Boston But{ )
Otto C. Lightner, founder of times flowers and food.
the Lightner Municipal Exposition No home is comfortable or '
the antique show continues complete without trees, and PORK ROAST Lb. 49
to attract visitors and these should be properly located .
antique dealers from all over to give the skyline effect I
the United States. Some of the as well as for practical
dealers and collectors have shade and windbreak service. Ii
been associated with the show There are many trees which i
since its first year. will thrive in Florida, accord. Pork Pan
Show manager for his 16th Ing to President Jack Sieben. i
year is Charles Marsten of STEAKS SAUSAGE
th aler of the Florida
Galena, Illinois. He is. being and Growers Association.Nurserymen Lb...........-.......59c Lb._..:.,.... Sge I
assisted by Cecil Zinkan, man. Since now is the season for
ager of the Lightner Municipal planting trees, he recom Delicious Select Tender Delicious i
Exposition, and Mrs. mends that you call on your BEEF CUBE
Frances Allen, secretary'to Mr. local FNGA Nurseryman for LIVER Lb.............49c STEAK Lb........ 89c 1
Zinkan. recommendations as to the
Admission .to the show will tree or trees best suited for Fresh Frozen Baking Pork RibROAST
entitle the to visit the
person your particular problem. He
Lightner Municipal Exposi. also will be able !to tell you HENS :
tion which features' all typesof which trees will grow more Lb......................... 43e Lb.....................69c
hobbies imaginable from rapidly, provide the best
all parts of the world. An add. shade and windbreak, and air U. S. Choice (Beef) U. S. Choice
ed special ticket which is condition your home. Flower. POT CHUCK

slightly higher than the reg. ing trees, fruiting trees,, de. ROAST LB............59c STEAK Lb. ...590
ular admission will allow the ciduous trees, evergreen trees
purchaser to visit the exposition -you need to know about the Lean Delicious Ground Lean Meaty (Pork) (
and the antique show as trees you are planting.

many four times day as show desired, January duringthe ,tree""Only, says God Joyce can Kilmer make In a BEEF 2 Lbs............... 99C N CKIBONES 3 f Lbs...... $100
2831. Show hours will be from about trees.
his lovely poem
12 noon to 9 p. m. dally. Yet homeowner may
_ Attendance this year is expected grow any a tree or trees to give Folger's (Mountain Grown)
to be higher than that the beauty
his home grounds
of the ,1966 show when 4,000persons and the personality that Lb.
viewed the exhibits. makes it truly his, and witha COFFEE 49'Tin

SMITH ATTENDS minimum of care.
In selecting your permanentshade
CIVIL DEFENSE MEET trees you will want
hardwood trees such as the Limit ((1)) with purchase of $5.00 or more food orderU.
Raymond Smith Flagler Oak, Hickory, Sycamore,
County Civil Defense Director, Sweet Gum, etc. The soft
was in Palatka Tuesday at. wood trees will provide the S. No. 1
tending a oneday tri-county shade you may need quicker,
civil defense meeting. but they are shorter lived. 1 10 Lb.
George Moody, Clerk of Other trees include the Mango POTATOES 47Limit
Court, attended the afternoon' (Un tropical areas) Mag fag
session. nolias, Hollies, etc. Floweringtrees
are important to the
EVEN SWAP Florida scene !there are ((1)) Bag Please
Redbud, Dogwood,
Jordan and Saudi Arabia Wild Plum, Parkinsonia, Jac- GT. SIZE
have realigned their frontier arando, Poinciana, Peltephorum -
to give Jordan additional ter. and many others. Gt.
ritory on the Red Sea southof Celebrate Arbor Day by IDE 49
Al 'Aqabah. Saudi Arabia planting a tree somewhereat -
acquired the southeastern tip home, in the park, at the Box
of Jordan. God can makea
/ school tree"-and- It takes time for Limit ((1)) with purchase of $5.00 or more food order

.- .. ,_. -- ..; : it to grow! \

HASTINGS MATTRESS METHODIST CHRISTMAS American Beauty ((303 Can) Savet ((303 Can)


710-12 Palatka Lemon Florida St. The Christmas slides will CORN 6 Can............ 8ge LIMAS 7 Can..........., $100
Phone EA 5-9166 be shown again at 6:45: p.m.
Furnltu- Upholstering on Sunday, Jan. 22 at the Campbell' Monogram .
Repaired & Refinished Methodist Church. This Is to
Mattresses & Box Springs accommodate those who were TOMATO (L G.)
Made 10 Order.Also Renovated away at Christmas and those I

Call Laura Morris 437-3233 who would like to see the SOUP 8 Cans.............. $100 RICE 3 't g................ 3geHolaum
After 6:00 P. M. slides again, Rev. Oliver Tay

.,, PRICES REASONABLE lor said. (2 lb. Jars.) Everfresh (twin pkg.)
?t" Just as near as your A STITCH IN TIME GRAPE POTATO

'I f't{,\"v ,' Drop Phone Us or A Card Post Office or Call Snake cobra's charmers mouth sometimessew closed so JELLY Z Ja;........... $100 CHiPS Pkg............. ..4ge \
Free Pick-up & Delivery a
they can put on a spectacularbut
safe performance.

Produce Frozen Foods

BUDDY KNOX Golden Yellow Food King (Qtrs.)
Winter Garden ((10 oz.)
Ii Lb...................... 100 5 Pk,.................. Strawberries ..
ATLANTIC Fresh Crisp Pillsbury 2 For.................. 51,.,


I HEATING OILS TRJe'l'.uiD Head.................. 15e 4 Cans............... 390ViMrip. Big Seeep

IlIfD1J8"RIAL HOME AND gO1MlA Kraft (Qt. Bottles) MILK

Bunnell Atlantic Service Station TOMATOES 290 ? ?G.E..J.U.IC.E890 ICE% Pali..I .......... S9
NIGHT ..,- *** Lb..................h...
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Too Late
O. F. ALFORD Bookkeeping and
Regis tared Income Tax Service To Classify ORTS ogERfJI

Heal 1 Estate Broker, SHOCKNEYRealty & Accounting BY Russell Iten-

BunnelL Florida Ormond Beach. Florida

'" ..... P. O. Box 842 Ph 677-4537 I have always listed jovial
Sam Levenson among my favorite -

entertainers. Ills home
IN TUB HTATB' OV FLORIDA AT Tin CI.OSK OF'nUSINF sense 'type of humor always
:!!9 ON DKCKMI1K11 31. 1966
ASSETS delights me.
Cash balances with other banks, and cash Items In pro-
cees of collection ...?......*"_.._. ..............?_.....?...-..... .:._ ..$ His sense of values coincides
United States Government obligation, direct and guaranteed
.......?.........._................_.._...................?..........._..._?....?..?. 909.750.00 with mine and his ability
Obligations of States and political I subdivisions......-.._..? .. 810,102.91 to put into words the simple
Securities of Federal agencies and
corporations not
by U. 8. .......*............._......_._.._:......._......?...?.......... None truths concerning human
Other securities (Including none Corporate stocks None behavior based on his life experiences
Federal funds sold .......... ; _. ........._... ._ None j
Other loans and discounts :::..:::=:...:.:...: ..,...,....?. ??.._?:. 2.407,969.48 as well as his ability 4E.eES A VOTE"
Bank) premises furniture and fixtures, and other assets to'puncture with a few FoR a4 r4/D 'gJ _
representing bank premises ..._.__.__......_..._....._ 133000.00 FPAAGI' 4ti
Real''estate owned other than bank premises..._._............ None well chosen words the modern 7 'n
Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding day falacies concerning fam '
.... ..... .. .. None 'Sf' 7F4R
Otherassets :-.......::::::::::::f.::.:::::::...-.._'..::..:::::::,..awJ: ..::..:,...,-. 6,686.81 ily life raising of children 11/( /
and the solution of every day DF' ,,
'TOTAL ASSETS ........_......._......................_>_............................. 4,909,344.63 life falls to :47Y1ETF + ti j
problems, never 77VE Y..IR 4
Demand deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations -
......__.....................,...._.........-....._._.*?....................... 1,300,285.24 I delight
Consequently was
'Time' and savings deposits of Individuals partnerships,
and corporations ....................-...._...._. .... ... .. .. .... 2,200,499.25 ed to find that Santa Claus '
Deposits; of United States Government ::::=:::....::...::..:.-.-. NoneDeposits fit to with
of States and political subdivisions.........._.._._- 916,002.65 saw provide me a
Deposits of foreign governments and official Institutions, copy of Sam's book entitled,
central banks and International None
Deposits of commercial banks ..... .. ..... None "Everything But Money",
Certified and officers' checks, etc:..:::::::.::::.-...:::::::::.:::: 39.33J.45 For the last few days I have
TOTAL' DEPOSITS ?.............................................4456120.59 ben enjoying de. ., al ',
(a) Total demand deposits...................-.......1962606.41 a carefuly ; eewfua
(b) Total time and savings deposits _. $2,493.614.18 tailed report of Sam's life \
Federal funds purchased ............ .... ....::::::. ::....:......: ....:. ..... None from birth in New York J r
Other liabilities for borrowed money.............._.._.._.......... None a t't,
Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank slum area to the affluence ofa Ro3/A)3Ai 7yE TRIPLE
and outstanding ._.._.._.........._:.... _..?.....?.-........:_.. None successful radio and television f CRCH/W W/NA/ER op-m '
Otherjlabllltle (Including none mortgages and other AME1eGil64LU6AN0
;. liens on bank premises and other real estate)..._...-.. None entertainer. WORLD SEA'lE.Y NERa
TOTAL' LIABILITIES ................................_...._............_............. 4456120.59 Sam's story of the joy and 't- 'P++ w4s.'S::4LSa f'sr V07FD Y4IUABLE 7NE'Al.

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS happiness of family life in t P'AYER-BECoM/N6
f a) Capital notes and debentures _....._.__.._............._..... None his childhood as an underprivileged TTfff WT PLAYER
.Preferred; stock-total par. value ..................................... None ,
'No': shares out.tandlnir-none youngster gives NOAIRS
(c) Common stock-total par value ..............._..___............... 150000.00 the lie to all the modern TVBOTtt MAJOR
\ No. shares authorized- .500 LEA6/ES...
t No. shares out.tandlng-l,500 thinking about depressedarea -;
Surplus .........,.., ..................................., ,.............. 200,000.00Undivided and makes thinking
: ; profits ......... : ..._. .. ...,??-,.. ?.?..-".... i-.. t:::: 78224.04: : any
Ites waif or. contingencies and other' capital reserves........ 25,000.00 person realize that as Christ

TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ..,................_........._................ 453224.04 himself admonished us, "Ye
have the poor always with I Sidelights from

of total deposit for the 15 calendar day end- Advocates of the Great Society ''

i 1g:1 call date ........................... *..............._....._. ........... 4365442.12 mock (their Bible and attempt a January Notebook
Average of total loan for the 15 calendar days end-
Ing with call date .......-.......................___............,................ 2398997.00 to lead mankind intoa -
Loans as shown In Item 7 of "Assets" are after deduc- false security that
tion of valuation reserves of...._....._..............................-......... 15,762.25. end In a life of hate can misunderstanding only January, the month when Hancock was born on the'23rdof

Securities as shown In Items 2-5 of "Assets" are. after
deduction of valuation reserves of..._......_._.........._.._.... NoneI fear and sense I| many of us are still valiantly January, in the year 1737.''
Charles E. Creal. President, of the above named bank, do less bureaucratic working to keep true to our New In addition to setting a precedentfor
solemnly'swear that this report of condition U true and correct to stilfling of Year resolutions Is distinguished
a pretty a signature
the best'of my knowledge and belief. all hope and faith in ,
-"., a Correct-Attest: Charles E. Creal al achievement good month for history buffs. Hancock showed evidence of
M.ci; R W. Cody and ability. It's traditionally the time when being a real patriot. In autumn,

..). ; ._I d Lily Tom J.E.Creal Holden > <,> Through the help of misguided I old governors step down and 1775, Congress instructed Wash
"lfii1 John A. Clegg vote-seeking politicians I new governors step In; and ington to destroy Boston if sucha

-....,/11.' v O. F-Directors Alford.'J over educated social "ex- I Whiteyears, the lease on drastic step was necessary to
( .* State of Florida County of Flagler. ss: perts" and ambitious socIolo- the Is renewed or drive out the British. Probably
Sworn to and subscribed' before me this 11th day of January, 1967, transferred. It is also the month the largest property holder in
and I'hereby' certify that I am not an officer( or director of this bank. gists we have promoted a
AUDHY B. MCKNIGHT world of unreality that is when a few early birds start Boston, Hancock voiced his
Notary Public State of Florida at Large. I worrying about where the viewpoint as boldly as he had
:My! commission expires Sept. 12, 1967 dragging this country into an
abyss of false values whichis I money will come from to meet signed the Declaration of Inde,,
Uncle Sam's bill that due "Burn
comes pendence. Boston and\
destroying I
April 15th. make John Hancock begger if '
founding fathers for
hoped see the public good requires it,* he
: NOTICE advocating everythingthat On January 20, 1927, told his contemporaries.
history tells us is the Miriam A. "Ma" Ferguson had t$
path to national destruction.The .
completed a term as the first
You are hereby notified that the Tax Assessoror
Levenson family, em woman governor of Texas. John Fitch was bornlanuary
his assistant will be present in the various
precincts igrants from Europe, met and During her tenure, she granted 21, 1743. He developed the first
on the day and hour shown below, for the solved the problems of a new executive clemency to 3,500 man-carrying steamboat. It was

purpose of receiving tax returns on Real, Personal environment and a new coun inmates of the Texas penitentiary powered by twelve largewooden

and Intangible Property, and applications for Home try through love, faith, and a record which probably paddles and sped along the Delaware .

stead and other exemptions : courage instilled by poverty still stands. River at the amazing
stricken parents whose moral speed of three'mIles an hour.
On 21 1907 Carrie *
codes January ,
were based on ChrIst'steachIng
Precinct No. BunnelL, Tax Assessor's Office Friday. Feb. .
for Nation started the year in news-
3f 8:30 A. M. to 12 Noon. respect parents, Thomas Jonathan
; making style. She took ahatchet
res pert authority and respect
affect I
and wrecked Wichita, Kansas. general
Precinct No. 4-A-BunnelL Masonic Lodge Friday, February for property. Encouragement saloon. tionately known as" ,

3. 1:30.P.. M. to 2:30 P. M. to advance in knowl .1 was born on January 21 in the I

edge, desire to make some The signing of the Panama year 1842, at Clarksburg,Vas,

Precinct No. 2-Flagler Beach City HalL Monday Febru thing of their lives, the importance Canal treaty, January 22,1903,I (now W. Va.) Jackson showed

ary G. 9:00 A .M. to 12 Noon.. of study and effortto gave America a vital link between brilliance at :Bull Hun, amazed
get ahead in the world also two oceans. The Panama Union leaders in a Shenendoah

Precinct No. 3-A-Parrot Village Monday February 6. 1:30P. were driving forces. Canal, incidentally, does not..Valley campaign, Joined Lee hi

M. to 2:30 P. M. These teachings brought us run across the isthmus east to : the defense of Richmond, and
a capable physician, an able west; It was built from north.' distinguished himself at the

i Precinct No.5-Espanola. County> PolUng Building Tuesday teacher, a successful painterand west to southeast, almost at. second battle of Bull Run, Antie-

February 7. 10:00 A. M. to 11:00 A. M. artist, an outstanding right angles to the strip of land tam and Frederfcksburg. In
, dental technician, a numberof and the Pacific end is about 27: May, 1863, while reconnoitering

:* Precinct No. 3-A-Koroma, White Eagle Tuesday, February them listed in "Who's miles east of the Atlantic end.I' after dark, he was accidentallyshot

I', 7, 2:00 P. M. to 3:00 P. M. Who", -and all without the by Confederate outposts,
aid of psychologists, social Some great Americans were causing General Lee to exclaim,
!I. Precinct No. 3-Haw Creek Community Hall Wednesday workers or any other type of I born in mid-January. John "I have lost my right arm"

/; February 8, 10:00 A. M. to 11:00 A. M. so-called helpers and do-

gooders. They learned from
f '. Precinct No. 4-SL Johns Park Community Hall Wednes their r
parents that they had to
day, February 8, 2:00 P. M. to 3:00 P. M. make M on their own or else.I THE HANDY !! I

suggest before you go L 1'$
The Tax Laws require that you file a return on overboard for all this modern ,

A' Personal and Intangible Personal Property regard- social advancement you take .-

less of the amount, before April 1st, and I am re- time out' to read Sam Leven.son's rM ALWAYS \PERHAPS ITFOH&ETT1N6 tWAWEA HOLDER

-' quired to assess a ten percent penalty upon your "Everything But Mon.ey" TO PUT )WOULD HELP Fog SALT&f PEPPER .: ;.
i It may open your eyes. THE SALT AND /)t7UR MEMORY SHAKERS ':
failure to do '
:.: All applications for exemption must also be REMINDER TO WCEHOLDfRWRIHw k" JOIW THEM

filed before April let. The Tax Assessor's Office is Srvw B WITH GIVE 1I4D BRAD&.

open from 8:00: A. M. to 12:00: Noon and 1:00P. : EMPLOYERSEmployers F\HI5K\ WITH ENAMEL OR'MLI.ACII

M. to 4:30: P. M. and we will be glad to assist axe reminded : I I I116TOa

t1 ': you, if possible. that Form W-2, showing in- : ,
, '! ,
come and social security tax
'j ; Respectfully, information for 1966, must be "r' ,

.' I, DONALD I;. MOORS, furnished all employee on or I

t' Tax Assessor before Tuesday, January 31, ..... .All ''JSI
I'" : 1197 according" to F. S. :: : :: ...': = i I .: = _
:K I ... Jan. 19-ae-Feb. Z-3tc.i Schmidt, District Director of "
i"'o""'"' II""'"
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Internal Bwtnu in Florida.


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y THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. JAN. 19. 1T' THE GALS LOVE GRILLING YOUR get and other conditions per .
mit one thick chacoal-broiled ::.
CONSUMER PACKSMrs. STEAK OUTDOORS steak for 2 to 3 people is pre
CERTAIN CANCERS ferred to a small thin steak
Housewife has made Do you always get good I'
BLAMED ON MEDICAREQUESTIONS one thing clear during her results when you cook steakson for each person. Better results '.
usually will be obtained by
numerous trips ito the supermarket your outdoor grill.
MOLDY GRAINA charcoal 'broiling steaks that :
She likes prepackaged
andANSWERS Dr. Robert L. Reddish, meat are thicker than three-fourths, "t t
University of Florida veterinary items. specialist, Florida Agricultural of an inch thick. .
scientist said today Being able to buy fruits and Extension Service answers "
vegetables in these "consumer A flank steak, scored marinated
that certain kinds of cancerIn S some of the questions about
animals and humans may packs" means time saved. steak frequently asked by or tenderized by other '
be traced to poisons In modly This is a big factor to her and backyard chefs. means, makes a good and economical
grain.Dr. Q. I'm confused. I've been her family because it allows steak for the outdoor 'J
told that there are two home her more time for other activ How can you keep a steak grill. A small piece of pork '
George T. Edds chair- health service programs in ities. from curling during cooking? or beef fat can be placed in :,i

man of the UP Veterinary medicare. Is this true? The rapid increase in consumer the center of the steak and ':
Science Department explainedthat A. Yes. There is a home packaging in recent Slash the fat edges of the the steak rolled around the ;

poisons known as "myco- health service program in years has coincided with a steak before cooking Dr. Red fat and secured with round

toxins" are produced by moldson both the hospital and medical growing reliance on specialty dish advises. toothpicks. When the steak is

grain and are blamed for insurance program. The serv fruits such as (tangerines, How often should a steak carved, the carver can slice ,
current swine and poultry ices In both program are identical Temples tangelos, Murcott be !turned during cooking? between the toothpicks and
losses in Costa Rica. Lossesup but the requirements for and others by Florida's fresh make an individual serving of

to 15 per cent have been care under the programs dif fruit shippers. Turn once the meats specialist pin-wheel steaks or steak-on- !
animal fer. recommends. Broil until a-stlck. f.
common. Although Under the hospital pro Their "simulated marketing
health is our initial concern, gram you must have been .studies" have looked into brown on one side turn it, and '
Edds said our broader concernis hospitalized for at least 3 con continue cooking the other Charcoal briquets should
of the (troubles that
some can
quality meat, milk and secutive days and the treat. such side. Turn the steak with be at least 6 inches from the
when decaypronefruits
eggs for human consump ment must be scheduled with. sold in consumer tongs to keep from piercing steak. Coals should be burned
tion. in 14 days from your discharge it. Jabbing a steak with a down until they have a uniform
and indicate
packs, hopefuly,
fork loss in flame and white appear '
There is no hospital. causes a Juices
findings stem from UF research ization requirement for home some possible solutions. and, consequently, a loss in ance. A few green hickory ;,
here and in Costa health services under the Past studies: have shown flavor. nuts, green twigs or chips of '

Rica for, the agency for Inter. medica insurance program. that the housewife buys more Should you salt a steak before oak or hickory will add "a dif '.

national development.Edds *Both programs will pay up to items when they're already or after grilling? ferent and also desirable flavor

pointed out that the 100 home health visits a year packaged for her. This, of Salt each side after grill. than just charcoal alone.Dr. .
problem Isn't new but ithe course, increases both sales
and therefore a person covered and net returns in produce ing. This is important says Reddish's final bit of advice
findings are. corn poi.
under both programs Dr. Reddish, because the sea. : Never keep a good steak
soning in American cattle could (receive a total of 200 departments. soning may draw the flavorful waiting.

produced symptoms similarto visits in a year.Q. Howevera shortage of reliable juices to the surface and slow
those observed in swine on help in retail marketsIs ithe browning
a recent trip to Costa Rica he I've' been very ill late. steadily upping the tendency process.
and doctor told not What is the test for done-
my me to package at distribution
said.He to do any housework. Will I centers or shipping ness?
added that corn and peanuts be able to get someone to do points. Use a sharp knife to cut a
containing mycotoxic slit in the steak. Cut near the
it: under the home health
these ( I
mold 'have ,been associated service plan? Thus re-working bone if there is one. If the

with poisonings of swine in A. No. The services of a packages becomes, uneconomical color inside is red, it's rare.
Alabama Georgia, and Flor domestic or any domestic and at times even impose" Pink is medium. Brown is well
sible. "For this
reason, says
ida since 1952. done.
services unrelated to patientcare
Dr. William Grierson, a horticulturist
Brown 1 inch
a steak a totalof
not covered.Q. .
Similarly.the( 1960 death of are at the Citrus Experiment 10 to 25 minutes turningit

100,000 turkey poults In Eng If I am receiving treat Station "the Importanceof about midway during the
land was shown to be caused ment at a clinic under the decay losses is multiplied cooking period. The shorter

by moldy peanut meal. home health services program by the number of ,fruit in the cooking time the more

Tests with experimental an will my transportation to the each of the packages since tender the meat will be, Dr.
imals confirm the effects of institution be a covered expense one rot means the packagehas Reddish says.

mycotoxins in grain. Mice, ? to be discarded or sold Why should meat be sliced

rats ducklins guinea pigs, A. No. Transportation of 'a at a loss." 'across the grain?

dogs, and other animals fed homebound patient to an in It's such losses that the Carving against the grain 4

under controlled conditions stitution for the purpose of scientists at the Lake Alfred gives uniform slices for !attractive

suffered liver damage stunted obtaining home health services Station are looking to reduce.Dr. serving and, the meatIs

growth, lung congestion, on an outpatient basis is Grierson points out that easier to eat Dr. Reddish
and even cancer.In not covered under home tests treating the trays used points out. '

health service.Q. in shrink-film paskaglng with Dr. Reddish offers a few
one /test cancer in duck
fungicides were encouraging other suggestions on char.
lings was caused by milk .' Will my drugs be paid enough for' this study' to be coaling steaks: WATERWORKS? .
from cows whose diet included for if I am receiving treatment continued on expanded basis. Select a steak with a few People who pass the new

mycotoxin-infected grain and care under the home He also said it was encouraging flecks called marbling which waterworks in Monroe,

Edds said. service plan? to note that the benefits will add juclness and flavor Wise., often swear off the

Mycotoxlns have also been A. No. Drugs and blologl- observed from both incresed and also prevent the steak stuff after taking a look at

documented In the U. S. and cals are not covered.Q. I ventlllatlon and the use of from drying out so much. A the building's shutters which
human fungicides tended to last fora thin layer of fat around the boast a startling op-art ef
abroad as a possible Who authorizes my
week after the fruits were inside edge helps the steak feet. Architect John W. Stein-
health hazard. When consumed treatment home health
for removed from the packagesand retain its shape cuts down mann copied thedeslgnfrom
humans at low levels
by services?
held for a further period shrinkage, and adds to the j a building in Aarberg.
over long periods, mycotoxins A. Your physician must Switzerland, which Is severalhundred
simulating "fruit bowl con. of the charcoal-
have reportedly been cancer decide that need such appearance ,
you ditions in the home." boiled steak. If years old. _
that time the bud- __ _
forming. Data suggests services and make certification --- -- ----
the high liver cancer rates In to the appropriate home ,

some African tribes are associated health agency. ,

with their eating myco- '.
toxin infected grain. But this \I '
particular kind cancer
rare in Europe and North TIME AGAIN SOON ,I \ '

While little Is known about
small community of
the human health aspects of 1
9500 population,
these toxins, much has been Klsslmmee- .
learned about the toxins is Just like every other com t

themeslves. munity most of the year, ex- .
cept for the wooden horse in "Byois'dom -
"Once they form on grain, front of a downtown hard a house is built and by understands g it is established, by

toxins can remain poisonouseven ware store knowledge- the rooms. are filled with all precious and pleasant riches." ./

after several years of But twice each year the -Proverbs 24:3,4
storage. Molds have been town changes: Decorations go There .
found on corn, wheat barley, up, cowboy garb is donned, neighborhood.may one In your

peanuts, sorghum, and rice burly professional cowboys Certainly
bran. A certain protein level from the West appear on the there is one In your town.

coupled with high humidityand streets, beside Florida's own Many see them, and envy

temperature seem to encourage fine cowboys.It's them the family, usually a

mold growth" Edds rodeo time! 1 large one, not so greatly

stated. Soon it will be rodeo time blessed with the luxuries and

The scientists called for again In Klssimmee, with the conveniences of the modern

more studies to determinehow Midwinter Rodeo scheduled world, yet so obviously

great a threat these toxins there February 2426. Exceptfor surrounded by a wealth of

are to both animal and the professional cowboys, love, understanding, and to
nobody will be paid, yet c-M\\
human health."A getherness.
will be hundreds of people at l

minimal tolerance level work, members and friends of .. Build a house in wisdom,

must be established, and the Silver Spur Riding.Club. fill It with understanding and

some sort of routine grain Something new wu addeda with the knowledge of goodness

sampling in Costa Rica and year ago-an additional and, in the finest sense

the U. S. needs (to be devised. grandstand, so that there are of the word, you have built
The economic and public 11,000 seats available this yourself a home.

health aspects of the problemwill winter, all of them covered.
require continued international All costs I will be paid from

attention.,, Edds con rodeo profits, as in the past, Read your IIILE elaifyanel
cluded. they report.
As an example of community

cooperation, the Silva i 0 TO CHURCH I I II
OPTICAL ILLUSIONS Spurs and Kissimmee dsssrve
Astronauts have to guard our congratulations. And M "
entertainment, ..- I
class p
against optical Illusion For :.t>
fMsionally done, we can ... .
instance, a cube. become dia the commend the attendance ef -. ,-, .. _- ,,

mond-shaped afainst all readers at this wry fee '
and a circle
blackness of space,
feature of the Florida winter
seems to 'take an elliptical
form. season.

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FLACLER TRIBUNE TOURS' JAN. 19, 1967 -; 9r r;''.

P, f' 1
r Education In }w .W x

Flagler CountyBy

Coy G. Harris, Jr.

T OCAZS "Art in Our Schools"

1 : A child is sent to school to

learn to live with himself, his FT I

family, his friends, his com ,
munity and his world. Any
Visiting here with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mercer
learning situation within a
Mrs. Tom Holden last Friday were in Daytona Beach Saturday
classroom should be aimed
were Mrs. Lucy Caudill and where they attended the
toward helping a child un
Mrs. Libby St. Johns of Eliza. ground breaking ceremony at
derstand self self Y
develop ,
Beach Junior Col
bethton, Tenn. the Daytona ( nbtR
and to enable him to live N
lege and a reception honoring /
+ 1 rWaS
with and
people things
former Governor Leroy Col
Friends of Mrs. Ferris Solo lins. Sunday the Mercer's entertained around him.
mon will be sorry to learn with a birthday Art experiences serve to

she underwent major surgeryat party honoring her sister, further a child's knowledgeof

the Flagler Hospital in St. Mrs. Louis Friedman. Also attending self and environment. He
learns to transfer his feelingsand
Augustine Thursday.Mrs. were Louis Friedmanand
ideas into visual forms.It .
Mrs. Marie Friedman,
allows him to create and
Jack Clegg and Mrs. Deland, and Mrs. Ethel Lee '
express himself about some
Helen Sullivan, Land 'n Sea Whitaker. F N '
personal experience. Prob
Fashions, were in Orlando .
lems arise as he works with
Thursday to attend an ap Levi Drady has returned ey
many different materials and P 9 R.41.9 i.q' I
home from Halifax Hospital
parel showing. In solving them he learns how
where he underwent eye sur
to solve other problems. He

Tony and Mildred Kahlert I gery. learns !tolerance of others and
with breakfast of others work. He
entertained a developsan
Guests of Jim and Opal
Saturday morning at the Craig Sunday were Mrs. John appreciation of not only
Chicken Attendingwere what he does but what
Pantry. Burks, Blytheville, Ark., and some
Dale and Rosemary Mr. and Mrs. Frank Houle one else has done. Art experiences -

Brown, George and Virginia and children of Orange Park. teach him about the

Moody, Bo and Bette McDan- The Cralgs will spend the works of other peoples and

iel, Zip and Frances Edmonson wekend In Belle Glade with cultures, both past and present .
Walter and Laura Morris Billy and Carol Deen. He learns to Intelligently JANICE LOVELACE

Bob and Evelyn Cook and question present and pastin

Sam and Mary Broadway. Mrs. Grace Wray and Mrs. nature-made and manmade LOVELACE ROBERTS newspaper ''The Bagpiper";

L L. Harris have returned objects. and Sweetheart of XI Delta
Mildred Kahlert attended a home after several days visit Within an art classroom, he ENGAGEMENTANNOUNCED Tau Sorority.The .

luncheon and bridge Wednes in Gainesville. Mrs. Wray shows his own creativityitmay wedding will be an

day at the Oceanside Country stayed with her grandchild. be different in many event of Saturday, February18th

Club as the guest of Mary ren while their patents Marvin ways and many degrees from Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Love 1967 in the First Methodist -

Kunzman, Ormond Beach. and Peggy Gresham attended others. He develops his own lace, Jr., Bunnell announcethe Church of Bunnell. All

a "Gift Show" In At way of expressing himself engagement and approaching friends and relatives of the

Recent houseguests of Harry lanta. Mrs. Harris visited with based on his own beliefs, feel marriage of their couple are invited to attend

and Maulse McKenney were her son and daughter In law, ings, needs and interests. daughter, Janice to Charles the wedding and reception

his sister and brother-in-law, Clinton and Alice Harris. This year, art teachers are Robert Davis, son of Mr. and which will be at the home of

Mr. and Mrs. Jake Peoplesand working In all our schools, Mrs. Charles B. Davis of 3540 Mr. and Mrs. Lee Blakely, 305

children of St. George, Becky Clegg returned home helping children to express Poinsetta Street, Jacksonville, North Pine Street, Bunnell.
Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Saturday from Halifax Hos themselves and to appreciatemore Florida.

Meadows 'and children of VIdalia pital in Daytona Beach where things in life. They pro. Miss Lovelace is currently COUNTRY CLUB
vide for children
she underwent .
Ga. a checkup.I attending the University of
to develop their individ
Florida majoring in Special ELECTS OFFICERS
Mrs. Tom Humphries of IDC PLANS THIRD uality and gain self.confi. Education and is employed at
dence, reagrdless of how they Country Club members met
N.C. and
Asheville, Daytona Sunland Training Center In
several ANNUAL TEAThe excel or don't excel in other at the home of Mrs. Edward
Beach spending Gainesville. She is a 1963
United Daughters of
activities. Hawkins Deen Road Wednesday
Double Ranch with
days at graduate of Bunnell High
the Confederacy completed Self-discipline, imposed by evening for their regular
Tom and Anita Lenssen.
School and of
a graduate Day
plans for their third annual an act of creative expression, business meeting and elec.tiqn
Tea at their regular meeting tona Beach Junior College,
in emotional
helps maturing. of officers.
Jeanette Owens
1966. While attending DBJC
at the home of Mrs.Z. .
Thursday Art experience helps one to
and Officers elected Mrs.
children, Sandra, Derese Miss Lovelace was a memberof were
G. Holland Jr.
listen, to see, to analyze, to
Wayne left today for Opelika, the Student Government Tommy Bertha, president;
Ala. ,to reside. They will Join The Tea, commemoratingthe relate, to understand ,to work Association; President of Phi Mrs. Hawkins, secretary; Mrs.
Mr. Roberts who has been em birthday anniversary with his hands, to be respon (Sigma Sorority; Homecoming Danny Johnston, treasurer;
General Joseph Eggleston sible, to "try something new," Mrs. S. J. Tilton Jr.
ployed there for the past Queen; Miss Delta Beta Pi reporter.
Johnston, for whom the chapter
ito organize, to Judge and
several months. was named, will be an evaluate.By Fraternity and vice presidentof Plans were discussed for

event of Feb. 4th from 3 until providing the teachingof sophomore class. the annual Cabbage Ball

Mose and Joann Atkinson 5 p.m. at the Holland home, art in our schools this year Mr. Davis is ''presently a sponsored by the club. The
returned home Tuesday after event will be held in April.
West Moody Blvd. student at the University of
we fulfilled one promise:
several days visit in Eutaw, Officers of the UDC Florida provide our children with the Florida majoring in Advertising The club scholarship fund,
with Leon and Rose
Alabama Division and members of the best balanced program of Design. He was 'a 1963 awarded to a senior boy or

Pearce. The Pearce's are form. Ancient City Chapter, St. education that is possible in graduate of Paxon High girl at Bunnell High School

er Bunnell residents. Augustine, will be special our community. Fortunatelywe School, Jacksonville and a each year was also discussed.Mrs. .

,guests. were able to provide this 1965 graduate of Daytona Hawkins served refreshments

Zachary Holland, Abraham Mrs. H. T. Cook, president, new program at little and, in Beach Junior College. While to Mrs. Sammy Bertha,

Baldwin College, Tifton,with Ga. presided during the business some cases, no cost to the attending DBJC he was a Mrs. Johnston, Mrs. Jimmy
spent last weekend here session. Members voted to member of the Student Gov Crews, Mrs. Clifford Higgin-
his parents, Zach and Mary give a donation to the Florida ernment, President of Phi Mu botham, Mrs. Tilton Mrs.
Ketus Holland. Lambda Fraternity editor of Charles Cowart and Mrs. Otis
Division, Children of the Confederacy ;
tr visited fund. Guitarist Is the yearbook "The Sporran"; Hunter. Mrs. Hunter was welcomed -

Mrs. Vernon Brinson Mrs. W. E. Knight, present. cartoonist for the school as a new member.
l'' with relatives in Jacksonville .
ed an interesting program.Mrs. Entertainer
during the weekend.
It Holland served a dessert

course to Mrs. Knight, Mrs.
4 Leslie and Doris Tucker expect Sadie Strickland, Mrs. Z. D. The largest crowd to attenda
Martin home Senior Citizens Club POLISH SAUSAGE
their son, Holland, Mrs. Fr'Tingley: Mrs. Flagler
from Maryville College Sat Tommy Durrance, Mrs. H. II. meeting was on hand for the
urday for several days visit. covered dish supper Tuesday
Murray, Mrs. Eugene Knight,
, evening, Jan. 17, in the Municipal
I Mrs. C. H. Cowart, Mrs. M. SUPPERSaturday
Gordon and Janet Shields Fuller and Mrs. H. T. Cook. building, Flagler Beach.

spent Sunday in Jacksonville The February meeting will Present were 108 members

attending a Western Auto be at the home of Mrs. Z. D. and guests. January 28th
Stores merchandise show. Guest entertainer for the ,
Holland with Mrs. H. H. Murray
evening was Ed Manges from
Floyd and ante Tingleyare as co.hostess.FINESSE Chester, Calif., who Is visitingIn WHITE EAGLE-KORONA

his brother in Flagler Beach. Manges
CLUB Serving from 6:30 to 9:00 m.
law and sister, Mr .and Mrs. played the electric guitar during \

Wilbur Peck, Modesto, Calif. ENTERTAINEDAnita the group singing period, SPONSORED BY
to arrive Saturday for a visit. Lenssen entertainedthe and later entertained with
Finesse Bridge Club Monday two solo numbers.'

Weekend house guests of evening at her home, Old A report was made concerning .

Joann Crews and children Kings Road. Rosemary Brown the special dinner

were her brother, Pvt. Stephen was high scorer. planned for the next regular tlisl r T.""' ''''''''''' ",_"" ",,,,",,",,,,,,.,
Fagan, Fort Belvoir, Va. and The club will meet Monday, meeting Feb. 7. This will bea
Kinney Sheppard of Daytona January 23 at 8:00: p. m. at ham and turkey dinner for

Beach. the home of Joy Steflik, Hwy. members only, to be paid for DAYTONA BEACH

CI with funds taken from the
! Club's treasury. LUynn Clary,

Flagler County Insurance there chairman would, announced be a meeting that of AREA ANTIQUE SHOWFLORIDA

the Club's executive board at

7:30: Tuesday evening, Jan.
Agency Inc. 24, at the home of Rev. and NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY

Mrs. Lester Stanton, Flagler

I All Forms of Insurance Beach. 55 725 Ballough Road

106 North Bay Street -:- Phone 437.3171 Flagler County Supervisor

Bunnell, Florida 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTY of Registration, Mary Smith, January 19, 20 21 22, 19678THE
was in Tampa last week attending
BONDS a conference of the
Supervisors of Elections Assn.