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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 26, 1967
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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__ VOL. 55. NO. .4 BUNNELL FLORIDA THURSDAY. JANUARY 26, 1967 $2.50 A TEAR Dorothy A. Campbell,
I 53, Bunnell passed away
10 YEARS AGO Sunday morning at the Bun

The Gulf Station operatedby PTA Celebration Is Fire nell General Hospital, after a
,the Biddies for a quarter of MembershipSets Destroys lengthy illness.
Mrs. born in
Campbell was
a century on the corner of

was Moody closed Blvd.and and a new US Hwy.stationwas 1 New HighThe Planned For Beach HomeThe Texas 18 years and ago moved from Barbervllle.to Bunnell

,She Is survived by her husband
opened, oil the of
corner
Lambert Ave. and US. Hwy 1, Bunnell Parent Teach. Flagler's 50thA Flagler Beach Volunteer John ; one daughter
under the management of ers Assn. membership has Fire Department answered Mrs. Betty Brock Melgs Ca.;
Clare Biddle. reached a total of 245 accord. ia call Saturday evening: at one step daughter Mrs. James
ing to Mrs. Mike Stentk.chairman. four day celebration in 7:25 at 1920 South Flagler Webb Pensacola; two stepsons
Mrs. Stefllk said observance of Flagler County'sfiftieth Ave. It was the former homeof Bill and Frank Campbell
A Boy Scout 'Troop was organized anniversary was ten
"The key In helping our Mr. and Mrs. Vernon both of Pensacola; two
-at Flagler Beach and school and our children is tatively planned for July 1.4 and has been May sisters Mrs. Nellie Woodham
-
sponsored by the Flagler (thru our parents and teach at a Chamber of Commerce by Bryce Sheeler.recently purchased Apopka Mrs. Mabel Royal

Beach PTA. A Cub Scout ers and a large membership Committee meeting Thursday Estimated damage of the Barberville; two brothers

Troop was also organized. is one ,assurance of a goodPTA" night. home was about $9,000 and Lloyd Shoemaker, Fern Park

Flagler County was created was a total loss according to Harold Shoemaker, Newcas
20 YEARS AGO ? The membership commit. from parts of St Johns and Fierchief Dean Peterson The tie Pa.; and three grandchildren

The Bunnell Band Parents tee would like to thank every. Volusia counties through an fire, apparently started in the .
Association was reorganizedafter one for their participation in act of legislature June 2, 1917, garage but an investigationis Funeral services were cone
being' Inactive for three the recent drive. and was named after Henry being made to determinethe ducted 2:00: p. m. Tuesday
years. Walter S.. Morris was The committee reports those M. Flagler Florida developer. cause. January 24 in the Chapel of
band director who have paid for membership the Craig Funeral Home in
in the Association but Upon request the Flagler BunnelL The Rev. Oliver Taylor

The BUS basketball team have not been issued a card, Chamber of Commerce ap Robarts SpeaksAt pastor of the First Methodist -
to date had won 5 out of 9 may obtain a card at the pointed a committee to plan Church of Bunnell offlcia-
Cliff Monday, February 13th meet a celebration for the forthcoming ated. Interment followed at
games. Sheffield had
scored nearly 100 points and ing. The PTA meets at 7:30p. event. Civic represent C. of C. MeetWednesday Highland Memory Gardens In
Ned Davis was welcomed. m. in the school cafeteria tatlves and Interested citizens Forest City.Pallbearers.
back ,to the team, met with the chamber committee were Odell Her-
at the courthouse in sey; C. P. Gordon, Coy Harris
The girls team ,had won 3
March 'of an effort to formulate Otis
games with Myra Bowers and Dimes plans. Raymond Smith Nipperand
Various suggestions which included L. W. McMillan.
Joyce Kelly Introducted as "Be prepared courteous'and
new members of the squad. a pageant depicting Interested when introducingyour Craig Funeral Home in
Drive Will Be Flagler Countys history a county' to prospects", Bunnell was in charge of ar

40 YEARS AGO... barbecue a public dance and Harry Robarts of the Florida rangements.
homecoming for the churches Development Commission told
Construction was nearing January 30thThe were submitted for consideration. members of the
Flagler County -
completion on Flagler Coun Chamber of Commerce. Golf CourseIn
ty's new courthouse. The March of Dimes Drive Forty members and
John A. guests
Clegg chairman
Board of County Commission for Flagler County will be
attended the
meeting Wednesday

presided at the
meeting and
ers were advertising for bids conducted by The Idlewood committee members attendingwere morning at the Bun Full Swing ,
on new furniture for the build. Club again this year, accord. nell Civic Center.
George
Wickline R. L.
ing. The brick and stone ing to Martin McDaniel
county McNab Louis Steflik George Slides were shown by Ro- At FlaglerFlagler
structure cost $75,000. chairman.The .
barts showing members
Moody Jr., Lee Drabza P. A. waysof
Mother's March is Edmonson, and C. B. Eisen- projecting Flagler County.He .
Sheriff Perry Hall assistedby scheduled for Monday January bach. stressed a unified planIs County's first golf
deputies Dunrancc, Bray 30th beginning at 7:00p. : a necessity. course Ocean Palm, is now In
and Williams captured four m. in both communitiesof Robarts suggested the co- operation. The new nine hole

men: and fifty cases of near St. Joseph ,on the.canal. The Bunnell fire rfreTT'! 'wnTblast Industrial survey? at a cost of ; is attracting" mere and
The men had plenty of at 7:00 to signify: the BUNNELL 71.55 between $6,000 and $7,500. more golf enthusiasts. Most

transportation, a Buick sedan drive is underway. The Bunnell Bulldogs lost Members were told the survey players express surprise at
Dodge roadster and a large The Flagler Beach drive is possession of second place in could be conducted through the beauty and challenge of
Hudson car which were taken under the supervision of club the St Johns River Conference cooperation of state and fed !the new course.
Into custody. The alleged members Jennie Newell and when they were defeated by eral agencies with Flagler Ron Nicol of Soarsdalt,
bootleggers had their cars Myrna Knight Mrs. Shirley Father Lopez Tuesday night. county's cost being onethirdof N. Y. is head pro and sot.
loaded and 'were leaving the Chambers club president said Bunnell is 4.3 in conference the total expense.A owner having 'bought the golf
boat landing at the canal today. play. county audit of available operation from the original
when captured.The Members responsible for sol- labor skills was also suggested developers who retain home-
whiskey was believedto llciting in the Bunnell area Walton Cowart was high for by Robarts. sites development around the
have been unloaded froma are Mrs. Katherine Ferryman the locals with 16 points; Jack Clegg chairman of the golf course and along the
boat. Mrs. Freda Deen Mrs. Bette Darrell Britt had 9, followedby 50th anniversary committeegave Intracoastal Waterway.The .

The men were carried before McDaniel Mrs. Rosemary Jack Knight 8, Ray Krutz a report on the plans proprietors have every
. Judge W. Lee Bartlett and Brown Mrs. Peggy King Mrs. 6 and Dan. Cody 5 points. underway for the four-day confidence that the Ocean

pleaded guilty to charges and Wllda Hargett, and Mrs. Janice Friday Bunnell celebration. Palm operation will grow and
routed
were fined.Mrs. Murray. Mrs. Joy Steflik ( St. continue to attract new people
Joseph 83 to 49. The
is in charge of publicity. Bulldogs Into Flagler.
J. H. McKnlght Misses Following the march those took an and early lead in the LEGION POST 115 A number of local people

Ida Allen Lillian Cody Annie assisting are asked to meet at lenged.game were never chal- WILL CELEBRATE30th have played their first golf
Laurie Boyd Emma Martin the Bunnell Baptist Church in some time on the new
and Iva Choates were in Daytona recreation hall for refresh Darrell Britt was high with ANNIVERSARYThe course and plan to play more
Beach Monday evening. ments. 22, Ray Krutz had 19, Walton 30th anniversary of often now that there is a.
\ Cowart 18, Jack Knight 14. American Legion Post 115 will course so close to home.
Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Long METHODISTS HOLD The local B team lost to be observed February 20th at While it is expected that
held St. Joseph Jayvees 42 to 40. the new golf will '
open house one evening a covered dish dinner open to course prove
last week at which time they MULTIPLE REVIVAL the pubic at the Civic Center to be a great tourist attraction '(.

entertained a number of In a triple thrust more than SPEAKING at 7:00 p.m.Walter Mr. NIcol's first concern
friends. The guests were served 600 Methodist Churches In CONTEST S. Morris will serve is for the golfers of Flagler

punch and wafers. Florida will be Involved in a SLATED FOR FEB. 6 as Master of ceremonies and County. Several years back a
Venture in Faith. Bishop program chairman for the af planned golf course for this
James W. Henley leads the The American Legion Post area filled to materialize and

Funds for Bulow more than 290,000 Methodistsin 115 oratorical contest on the fair.There will ,be a special program it is hoped that many of those
a series of revivals set for constitution of the United ; honoring five charter interested In that project will
>the first weeks In February States will be February 6th members of the post M. B. find satisfaction In !the new
Are ReleasedThe March and April. at Bunnell High School at Fuller A. M. (Duke) McDan- operation.
The services for Bunnell and 2:00: p. m. 11 John N. McIntosh O. F. Present plans Include the
State Cabinet has the DeLand District will he The contest is open to all Alford and C. M. Miller. formation of a Flagler Golf
released
held from high school students in the Association for and
funds to the Florida February 5 through Walter Creal was appointed men women
Park Board for preservation, 10. A unique feature of the county. publicity chairman and Mrs. which will greatly enhancethe
interpretation and archaeological Venture in. Faith is that for Walter Monte Mrs. M. B. Fuller enjoyment of golf In this
excavation of the sugar the first time the Methodist HOMEMAKEROF Mrs. Martin McDaniel and area.; New player are encouraged -
mill at Bulow Ruins Historical Church In Florida will be Mrs. P. A. Edmonson will be here and a special course
Memorial. using a massive advertising TOMORROWLinda in charge of the decorations.At of instruction for beginners is
campaign to help promote the Monday night meetingof contemplated. Anyone interested
$6,400 has been released for this J. Skolar by finishing in beginner instruction
evangelistic thrust of the the pat Mi*. Victor Buckles
preservation and interpretation church. Across the state outdoor tint in a written homemaking wa endorsed by the member should call 438-2477.
wMdi will be Added to
$1,152 billboards will be used, knowledge and attitude as a candidate for the 5th .
give this previously released to at: least 10 radio stations in examination for senior District Commander. The election BUNNELLGENERAL
project
budget of $6,552. a working the listening distance of Bun. girls December 6, became Bun will be in Jacksonville in
nell will be carrying spot an nell's 1967 Betty Crocker May. HOSPITALAdmitted
This project will include nouncements Channel 2, Or. Homemaker of Tomorrow. She Melsenla Jones
,
preserving the walls of the lando will carry filmed an is the daughter of Mr. and JUDGE T. X. McKNICMsTHELEAiED John Hill, Steven Cowart
sugar mill ruins, providing and will Mr Fred Skolar
nouncements there Bunnell. FROM HOCOTA1. Samuel Smith, all of Bunnell;
walkways for visitors Installing be newspaper advertisements Linda is now eligible for Judge T. K. McKnlght returned William Huff, Elkton; Jack
Interpretive sign, and placed in newspapers throughout possible state and .national home frapn Davis, Ormond Beach; AugvptWttte
fencing. The work will 'be the state. scholarship award Her test Bunnell weal Hoffljal Flagler Beach and Reuben -
done by park personnel. The service in Bunnell will also earned her a specially where he had been a patient Vickers, Flagler Beach.Jlam1lled .
la addition, the cabinet released begin each night at 7:30.: The designed silver charm from for four week Judge lie-
Peggy King,
SL56Q for further arehaaogical Reverend Vemon Queen, pastor General Mill, sponsor of the Knight suffered a heart ..attack tally Laster, Bemire Barber,
excavation at the of the Wlldwood Methodist Betty Crocker Search for the and will spend at Insist Man Newman Shelter
Bryce ,
nifaia site 1 by the: Florida .... .w Church, will be the gueatpreacher. American Homemakar of Tomorrow. two more weeks at horn ft. Lyna Knight, .Lewi* Shapiro, t
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2-THE FLACLER TRIBUNE THURS.. JAN. 26. 1967 ,. ...

1.,' ..' Pages from aFebruary

tIIht 3FlagUr i Ghribun* LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN

INCORPORATED TilE CIRCUIT COURT, !SEVENTH J
JUDICIAL COURT, IN NotebookOn
DUNXELL, FLORIDA FLORIDA AND FOR FLAULKR COUNTY

CIVIL ACTION NO. 3

Editor LEN and WILSON Publisher SHARON SYKES Plaintiff MADDEN February 3, 1917, the Presidency, Fillmore has been

GERMAN United States government se- the subject of fewer biographies
BETTE S. McDANIEL JAMES Defendant MADDEN, vered diplomatic relations with than any other of our chief ex-

News IJdltor NOTICE TO APPEAR Germany. Passports were givento ecutives. The country is indebtedto
AND ANSWER Count Johann H. von Bern- Fillmore for the extension of
1< Designated newspaper tot all IN TIlE FLORIDATO NAME OF THE STATEOF storff the German ambassador, the national capital, the corner-

Legal Advertising : JAMES HERMAN MADDEN and his official staff. On the stone of which he laid on July

.\ You are hereby notified thata same day, President Woodrow 4, 1851; and for extension of
a has been brought again/*
Entered aa second rlasa matter you In the Circuit Court. Seventh Wilson appeared before joint contemporary knowledge of the
February 6, 1913, at the post- Judicial Circuit FlaglerCounty. session of Congress to explainthe West through various exploring
office at Bunnell, Florida, under Florida, by SHARON which he authorized.
SYKES HADDEN, Plaintiff, and < c government's action. Four expeditions
Act of :March 3, 1878. you are hereby required to file days later the Senate, by a vote He sent Perry on the expedition

personally the Clerk or of by said attorney Court with your of 78 to 5, adopted a resolution which opened the ports of Japanto

Out Year ......................$2. O answer or defenses to the Complaint approving the president's' the world and established
Six Month ..._..__$..:5 In said suit on or before WINNER. Pert Bar- action. diplomatic relations with that
the 10th day of February A.D. bara Harris, star of the 5. lie carried out
1967, and also to serve a copy country. a policy
of your answer or defenses up- Broadway musical, "The Born February 4, 1902, of non-intervention in affairs of
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN on Messrs. Osslnsky and Krol Apple Tree is the
apple ofeveryone's
Attorneys for the Plaintiff, at Charles Augustus Lindberghwas foreign nations, suppressed
TUB CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH their offices at 411 Main Street, eye, especially to become the most famous filibustering expeditions to Latin
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN :before n the Beach 10th day Florida of, February on or editors of Cue Magazine, man of his time when he stepped American countries and with

FLORIDA.AND FOR FLAULEH COUNTY A.D. 1967, aa required by who named her 1966 "En- from the cockpit of a mono- equal firmness extracted from

CIVIL ACTION T DIV. A. the Florida Rules of Civil Pro tertainer of the'Year'," plane, "The Spirit of St. Louis", other countries respect for the
cedure, and herein fall not or a
COLLIE Plaintiff MAE WEBB, Decree Pro Confesso and Final at Paris, France after a one- American flag.
Decree will be entered againstyou man, non-stop overnight flight I *

DAVID'B. WEBB, JR., You by are default.further notified that COMFORTS OF HOME from New York. Lindbergh "This Is the soldier brave

Defendant. the name of the Court In which Grizzly ,bears take pains to avoided publicity, except "foravalatlon" enough to tell the glo -dazzeled
NOTICE OF SUIT said suit has been instituted is make their dens cozy for winter ,
TO: DAVID B. WEBB JR. the Circuit Court Seventh Ju- but he was again world that'war is hell .
whose residence and address dicial Circuit of Florida, in and the National Geographicsays. thrown Into the world spotlight These words are from a
Is: for Flagler County, and that the They dig them into when, In 1932, the Lindbergh'sfirst poem by Henry Van Dyke.They
Faye Avenue > title of said suit is as herein-
Ken More Park above set forth. slopes, minimizing accumulation child was kidnapped and were inspired by an equestrian
Seaford, Delaware 19973 You are further notified that of water during winter killed. In subsequent years, the statue of Gen. William Tecumseh

file You with are the hereby Clerk of required this Court to for the nature divorce of a said vinculo suit is matrl a suit thaws, and line the burrows Lindberghs spent much of their Sherman, unveiled in 1903 at

your Answer to the Complaintfiled montt and the permanent rare, with evergreen boughs for time abroad. He became an as- Fifth Avenue and 59th Street,

'above herein entitled against cause you on or in before the- custody and control of minor warmth. The dens face northto sociate in bio-chemical research New York City. Sherman was

the 10th day of FebruarYI child.WITNESS my hand and seal assure a deep insulation of with France's DC Alexis Carrel, born February 8, 1820,
1967. and serve a of office at Bunnell, Flagler a Nobel prize scientist. achieved fame in the Civil War
snow.
this 9th of
upon JOHN SPENCER ROBIN County Florida day .
SON plaintiffs attorney herein January, A.D. 1961.GEORGE for his "March to the Sea." The

whose address Is 101 Seabzreeze M. MOODY THEY MUST LIKE US Millard Fillmore, born February phrase "War Is hell" is Insepa-
Boulevard Daytona Beach, Flor as Clerk of the Circuit
ida. The ." Court of Flagler County, Ninety percent of Canada's 7, 1800, has becnreferredto rably linked with Sherman,
is hereby e ehl:1 the Florida 19,571,000 people live within as "the president nobody although he could never remem-
Official Seal
shall newspaper be published In which once a order week ( By /a/) Joyce Patrick 200 miles of !the United, States knows" Born in a log cabin in ber saying it. It was vouchedfor

for 4 consecutive weeks. HEREIN Olslnakf Clerk border, the National Geographic Cayuga County, New York, a by John Koolbeck, of

FAIL NOT OR A DECREE and KrolAttorneys
few miles southeast of the little Harlem Iowa an aide-de-camp
PRO CONFESSO WILL BE EN- for Plaintiff says.QUARTZ. ,
TERED AGAINST YOU FOR 411 Main Street city of Moravia, Fillmore be- to Gen. Winslow in Grant's
SUCH FAILURE.The Daytona Beach Florida.Jan. came the 13th U. S. president before Vicksburg. Kool
army,
12-19-26 ftb.2 4tc.
nature of this suit is a bill ABUNDANT
for divorce. Despite the fact that he was a beck claimed he overheard
WITNESS my hand and seal LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN Quartz can be found virtually most interesting character and Sherman say it while watching

at ida Bunnell, this ,11th Flagler day County of January, Flor-, THE CIRCUIT COURT, !SEVENTH everywhere on earth, also that several events of Im- his 15 Corps cross a pontoon
the National
A. D., 1967. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Geographic says.It portance happened during his bridge over the Pearl River.
GEORGE MOODY as FLORIDA, IN AND FOR is the hardest mineral -- --- --

Clerk Flakier Circuit County Court, Florida FLARLER CIVil. ACTION COUNTY NO. 4 formed by two of the world's

(Official Seal) NOTICE OF !SUIT most abundant elements-
By /s/ Joyce Patrick JOHN WILCHA. silicon and TOURNAMENT FOR The following schedule has
Plaintiff, oxygen.
Deputy Clerk l-12-4tc
LUMBERMENA been posted for players: January -
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT VIVIAN RUTH WILCHA. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 25-Lewis Wadsworth vs.
Defendant.TO .
REQUEST FOR BIDS : VIVIAN RUTH WILCHA.co NOTICE Horseshoe pitching tour Lew Wadsworth; Jam 26th -
Notice Is hereby given that Mrs. Bertha Martin 221Cornell the THE- CITY COMMISSION of nament is being conducted for Richard Yelvington vs. Dave
Avenue City
the East Flagler Mosquito Con- Pittsburgh olialeu Beach Florida
trol District of Flagler Beach Pennsylvania. will I hearing: employees of the Wadsworth Perryman; Jan. 27th-Jerry

Florida, will accept sealed bids YOU Defendant ARE HEREBY NOTI- on February Thursday, 197,the at 7:00 hpazi? of in Lumber Company. The contest Burnsed vs. Johnny Lynn; Jan.

north at the of office Flagler located Beach on 7 High-miles FIED that an action for divorce the City Hall at Flakier Beach. started Wednesday, January 30th-Ferris Solomon vs.Mack
way AlA, up to and until 6:00P.M. : has been filed against you and Flagler County, Florida, to hear 25th, and is under the direction Yelvington; Jan. 31st-Buddy
you are required to serve a copy testimony and receive evidence
Monday, January 30. Wilbur
on from of Leslie Wadsworth vs. : Sheffield -
1967, or postmarked prior to of your written defenses, if any, any interested persons Pache.
that time and date for the fol- to it on C. mA. Vincent, Jr., of concerning establishment of ; Feb. 1st-Leslie Pachevs.
lowing requirements for fiscal the law of Klnsey. Vint a permanent bulkhead line After a series of matches
Charles Meekins
cent & Pyle attorney for the along the Atlantic Shore ; Feb. 2nd
year Furnish ending approximately September SO Fifteen 1967: plaintiff whose address Is 42 In the corporate TIn of the scheduled for (the event a -Jack Clegg vs. Joe Arnold.
Thousand I South Peninsula Drive Day- CIo Flagler Beach Florida. champion will be named
( 2 and
Phil is
Fuel Oil to be OWel 3I1tOth tona Beach Florida, and file The hearing will continue from Johnson a reserve play
District's Storage Tanks at shop the original with the Clerk of day to day until all persons awarded 'a trophy. er.
north of Flagler Beach, Florida, the above styled Court on or before wishing to be heard have had
in quantities suitable for the February 15'p:87bo otherwise an opportunity to be heard. All
I a Decree exhibits offered in evidence must
capacity of storage tanks whichIs
approximately 6,500 gallons.Quotations may be entered against you for be in triplicate and will become
to Include the relief demanded in the Com- the permanent property of the
cable taxes and to be aillrZPCt: plaint. City of Flagler Beach Florida. NOTICEYou
based on 60 degrees F. Temperature WITNESS my hand and the Any person desiring to be heard
and to state terms of seal of said Court on January may be represented by an attorney
t pay- 9th, at law
'
, ment.Furnish approximately two 1967.GEORGE M MOODY, Signed: Helen Nolte. (Seal) are hereby notified that the Tax Assessoror

I':', thousand gallons Regular Gaso As By Clerk Joyce Patrick of Said, Court Dated: January City 16.Clerfc.1987 his assistant will be present in the various pre-
line. Gasoline shall all of
I the minimum requirements meet for As Deputy Clerk Jan. 19-26 apd Feb. 2. 3tc cincts on the day and hour shown below, for the
Jan. 12-19-26-feb. 2-4to
II forth Regular by Grade the Gasoline Department aa set of LEGAL, ADVERTISEMENT purpose of receiving tax returns on Real, Personal

,,', Agriculture of the State of Florida LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT IX TIIR COUNTY JUDGE'S and Intangible Property, and applications for Home-
. 525 BS authorized by Chapter IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF rOtUlT IN ANI FOR FLAG- stead and other exemptions :
Florida
Statutes, 1961, Gasoline -
. FLAULER COUNTY FLOR I.KU COUNTY, !FI.OUIUA IN
Inspection Law
and Octane 11)A. PHOIIATM
number shall be 90 or better. IN CHANCERY No. Sot:... In Ke: Estate of:
Gasoline to be delivered to theDistrict's VIRGINIA ANN LITTLE, E. W. JOHNSTON Precinct No. BunnelL. Tax Assessor's Office Friday. Feb-

! I, Flagler: Beach Headquarters, Florida:, in north quan of Plaintiffvs.. Deceased. ruary 3. 8:30 A. M. to 12 Noon.
. storage tank facilities. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
mOt JAMES FRANKLIN LITTLE,
: furnish Storage Tank DefendantNOTICE Pursuant to Section 735.06, Precinct No. 4.A-BunnelL
of 500 Florida Masonic Lodge Friday, Febru-
gallon capacity with dispensing TO DEFEND Statutes notice is here
pump and meter. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: by given that an order has been cry3.1:30P.M.to2:30P.let,
!. Quotations to Include all applicable JAMES FRANKLIN LITTLE entered by this court declaring
taxes and to be a firm Cabin Creek. West administration of the estate of
bid Furnish, stating approximately terms of payment.2,000 You are hereby notified Virginia that a E. W.. JOHNSTON as unnecessary. Precinct No. 2-Flagler Beach City HalL Monday Febru-

gallons of Lu P Gas delivered in suit the has above been entitled filed against you and Kindly govern yourself accordingly ary 6, 9:00 A .M. to 12 Noon.
. cause;
to the District's Headquartersnorth ,
you are hereby required to file
' of Flagler Beach, Florida. your with the /iT.. K. MCKNIGHT Precinct No. 3-A 1:36P.
answer Clerk of -Parrot Village Monday 6
Bidder to furnish storage tank this Court, and to February .
: serve a copy orf.tg.dlb
and dispensing pump with me- thereof upon the plaintiff or Jan 2 4tc. M. to 2:30 P. M.
ter. Quotations to be firm bid
! plaintiffs attorney, whose
and to name.
state terms of payment.
and address
is
Bid to be opened at the office CHARLES :J. LUKE. II Precinct No.5-Espanola. County Polling Building. Tuesday.

"j 1967 on at 5:15 Wednesday: P.M. February 1, 260 North Ridgewood Ave- February 7.' 10:00 A. M. to 11:00 A. M.

'I. Successful Bidder will be notified nueDaytona Beach Floridanot Alexander

ulation following of bids.the District's tab- later than February 6th, A. Precinct No. 3-A-Korona:. White Eagle, Tuesday. February
D., 1967.
The District reserves the If you fall to do so, decree Lumber CompanyFLAGLER 7. 2:00 P. M. to 3:00 P. M.
right to reject
any and all bids pro confesso
P and to waive the entered
any informalities against you for relief demanded Precinct No. 3
In bidding. -Haw Creek. Community HalL
in the bill of complaint. BRANCH Wednesday
JUST CONTROL FLORIDA DISTRICT MOSQUITO The nature of said I suit being for February 8. 10:00 A. M. to 11:00 A. M.


,,< BOARD LYMAN OF 'COMMISSIONERS L. GAGE, said WITNESS Court DIVORCE this my hand 28th day and of seal De-of SPECIALQuantity Precinct No. 4-SL Johns Park. Community Hall. ,Wednesday -

Secretary.fan. 19-80-ztc cember ClerkEof A. D. 1966.M. MOODY. February 8, 2:00 P. M. to 3:00 P. M.

said Circuit Court

t Subscribe to The Tribune (OmByl//Joyce Patrick Discount Paint The Tax Laws require that you file a return on

$2.50 per Year in Advance Deputy Clerk. Personal- and
Intangible Personal
\ 1. .U-U-2f, 4tc Property regardless -

f SALESavings of the amount, before April 1st, and I am reQuired -

to assess a ten percent penalty upon your

BROWN & BROWN INC. failure to do so.

up to 207. on All applications for
exemption must also be
Exterior-Interior filed ,before April 1st. The Tax Assessor's Office is

; INSURANCEOUR I Masonry-Wood Paint open from 8:00 A. M. to 12:00 Noon and 1:00:

Let us assist you with our you P. M., if to possible.4:80 P. M. and we will be glad to assist


PHONE NUMBER remodeling or home

improvement service Respectfully,

437-3394 TO SAVE MONEY DONALD R. MOORS,

TRADE WITH JOHNNY Tax Assessor

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3 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE TOURS- JAN. 26 1967
[MAKE YOUR OWN

Air CleanThe i LI1J: TV TEST I :

CHOICE Western "Boston Butt"

first nation-wlde air \J. He's regular on 'Star
pollution survey shows Flor Trek'. .,..
ida in fourth place for clean David Niven :' > Pork Roast

air topped only by a moun David Wayne
tainous state a Western state I *v Leonard NImoy
and an island New Hampshire I 2. He stars In'The Doctors'.
Wyoming and Hawaii.
Ib.
I James Prikhett M 49'
The survey was compiledby Raymond Massy
the U. S. Department of .!bs..' Richard Chamberlain I
Health, Education and Wel

3. Star of T.H.E. Cat series.
fare from 1964.65
reports from i"
300( sampling stations includ Robert Loggia I U. S. D. A. Choice "BONED & ROLLED"
ing some operated by the { *. David Niven '
Florida State Board of Health. If W& Cory Grant IOTTOM HOUND

Hampshire's The survey showed arithmeticalmean New 4. Partner U.N.C.l.E.-of'The Girl from OR RUMP ROAST .. lb. 89'Choice

of particles suspendedin Noel!Ames .
air was 39; Wyoming's 41.HawaU's FredGwynne .
43'and Florida's 60. ''***** Noel Harrison U. S. D. A. "TOP ... '., '
The national mean was 105. 5. Chauffeur's In'Sobrina'
I daughter
West Virginia was last with ouSTEAK
ROUND I'b. 9S
close 180 but behind.several states were Hayley Mills ,&

Florida cities listed were i Audrey Hepburnk I
Jacksonville 65; Panama : "' Stephanie Powers JuicyALL
City 72; St Petersburg 41; I
Tallahassee 56; Tampa 80 UDj OU
and Winter Haven 47. ...1 tJ8A' a(lpJDlj-l!JaMaIAGWnawos MEAT STEW Ib 69
A few cities in of 219,000.201,000
range -t' fjJedxa g :3 OS'uJnqdaH :
were listed like this: Mobile '
'uOSPJDH 016601
Ill; Tuscon 139; Des Moines
135; Syracuse 132; Charlotte .jl8'lj'UJd; ',(owIN:3MSNV Valleydale "ALL MEAT" Streak O'Lean
114; Providence 116; Richmond -

129.Cities SMOKED SAUSAGE WHITE BACON
in the 482,000.587,000 next 106-134 middle fifth 93-
population range under the 105; next 77.92 and lowest 38- Ib.
Ib.
1960 census: Denver .141; At. 76. 53e 39e
lanta 106; Buffalo 127, Cincin Suspended particulates in-
nati 149; Memphis 112; San clude such things as nitrates
Antonio 92, Seattle 80. sulfates, chlorides, 'antimony
Ranges of suspended participate cobalt, copper iron, lead, Lyke's "SUGAR CREEK" SMOKED 6-8 lb. Avg. SLICED FREE41c
concentrations in 300 nickel tin and zinc. These
cities divided into groups come from various industrial
were: highest fifth 136.245; processes and natural sources.
PICNICS Ib


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I ITtv: NECK BONES- S $100

b I -PIG TAILS Lbs................................ I

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Listings under this heading are 8 cents pr word each Insert!**. Hunt's No. 300 Can

ANTIQUES WANTED 011 FOR FILL DIRT AND LIGHT FRUIT COCKTAIL For ffOO Swift's JEWEL
paintings, cut glass, old DOZIER WORK, CALL 437-
china lamps anything in 3669. MARTIN HARDING OR SHORTENINGTREET
,furniture. Write. Earl R. Pier JIMMY SNYDER. 1-12-to 5-26p Armour's 12 oz. Can
son or phone: 6776328. 224 Each
Arlington Way Ormond HOUSE FOR SALE-2 story 4ge Ib.
frame 200 North Rail- 3 4ge
Beach, Florida. 1.54tp.Six house Tin
road street. Inquire after 7 Eelbeck
month old purebred German p. m. Phone 4373580., 10-6-TF
OMAHA Ib. 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Shepherd dog no papers RICE 3 390Iamit
HOUSE FOR SALE-Bunnell, BagGiant
$30. Phone A-1-Auto Parts,
3 bedrooms 2 baths, living
Favorita. 4373438. Itc.
room, Florida room, utility Jolli-Pak Twin Pack
WANTED IMMEDIATELY room storage and carport.CB POTATO Each DAIRY
Man or woman to supply construction. Rear yard CHIPS 30.
consumers with Rawleigh fenced. Call 4373484. Borden's PureORANGE Qt. Carton
products in Flagler Co. or 12.15.22.291.5.4tp.SEPTIC Any Combination 10 oz. 6-Pak Carton For;
JUICE
Bunnell. Can earn $50 weekly COCA-COLA For 3 $100
part "time-$100 and up full TANK cleaning; drain 3 ftge'
FRESCA
time. Write RaWleigh, Fla. fields installed; Rota Rater SPRITE Joe Grain's Grade "A" (Limit 2 Doz.)
360.336, Memphis, Tenn. snail shell. Reasonable prices.
EXTRA
*& Doz. $-TOO
1.5.19-2.2.9 4 tp. Call George Jarosz, 437.3410 8-1-tf LARGE EGGS JLIb.

FOR SALE-2 acres with 170 MAXWELL HOUSE
feet frontage on Route 100 ENCYCLOPEDIAS Get the
East of Bunnell. Good busi- new revised edition 1967
ness site. Low cash price. SEE Compton's ENCYCLOPEDIAS. INSTANT COFFEE FROZEN FOODS
BARKER & WILSON Inc. Excellent for the home and
Realtors 109 S. Railroad school Free information or 6 oz.Jar Mr. G. Frozen 9 oz. Pkg.
Bunnell. Fla. Ph. 437.3282 demonstration. Write M. H. 6ge Ea.
Parker Bunnell, Fla. Call 437- FRENCH FRIES 100
FOR SALE-Reduce safe simple 3236. 1.1 ..19.Ztp
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
and fast with GoBese
tablets. Only 98c at your FOR SALE-3 drawer cedar Singleton BREADED 10 oz. Pkg.
drugstore. Jan19Apr. 6.12tc chest-2495. Jerry's Furniture Ea.
& Appliances, Old Dixie SHRIMP 7ge
SPARE TIME INCOME Hwy., 2 miles south of Ko- FRESH PRODUCEGolden
Refilling and collecting mon- rona. Phone 4373752. ltc.
ey from NEW TYPE high Ripe
quality coin operated dispensers FREE PUPPIES Have 5 .
Pillsbury'cFLOUR
In this area. No selling.To cute puppies to give away. If BANANASFresh tOe
interested call 4373815. ltc
have
must
qualify you car
references, $600 to $1900 cash. SAWS SHARPENED any kind.
Seven to twelve hours weeklycan All work guaranteed. Bill Fry KENTUCKY lb-
net excellent monthly In. man, 308 N. Anderson St. WONDER BEANS 19n Ib.
come. More full time. For Jan 26 to Feb. 16th 4tp. S Bag 4ge
interview write
personal Fresh RipeTOMATOES
STUCKEY'S DISTRIBUTING We need listings on homes lb. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
COMPANY, 6162 E. Mocking. and acreage.-SEE Z3e
bird, Suite 100, Dallas, Texas BARKER & WILSON Inc. !
75214. Include telephone num Realtors 109 S. Railroad
ber. Jan. 26, Feb. 2.9.16 4tp BunnelL Fla. Ph. 437-3282 J

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CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.

H. CRAIG Funeral Director : I _: j i.1r

AIR JOHN CAPO MCIIKIgII' OXYGEN o t'ti] i1I ; uiinITrIll"OPEN tItll


OONWTIONEDCHAPEL I LADY I EQUIPPKD

ATTENDANT AMBULANCES I
Ph... 437-3227 I

risen IO 7-3132 8zoo1 SUNDAYS zOO p.m. U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL

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FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS., JAN. 26. 1557 METHODIST ?.f INTO : r>'*t of Mood v'. Subdivision
Sermon
Weekly MEET of Flagler Beach FUttUrBounty
loriu on' tits in
FLAGLER DEACH Members of the Bunnell and the Public Records of FUff-
Rev. Oliver F. Taylor, Pastor ler County, Florida.
SCHOOL NEWS Education In Plagler Beach Methodist The purpose of said sale being
I Flagler Beach Elementary Bunnell Methodist Church Mens Clubs will attend the to satisfy the aforesaid decree,
which decree foreclosed & inortra -
I School second nine week's COMING OF AGE District Mens Club dinner r given by ROBERT BERTHA -

<, honor roll.Grade Flagler County meeting tonight at 6:30 p.m. also known and JEANETTE as Jeanette BERTHA B. Bertha -

Three-Michael Cannon Often times a person Is rebuked in DeLand. his wife, to First Federal
Brady Fennell, Austle By Coy G. Harris. Jr. to act his age. The The meeting will be conducted Ravings Daytona and Beach Loan, Association the Plaintiff of

t Durrance. Last summer, Flagler Coun buked and told to act his age. at the Trinity Metho- herein

Grade Four Jon Wilder, ty Schools had the distinction The church Is always torn between dlst Church. Rev. Spottswood, WITNESS my hand as Clerkof

9 Carl Lerch, Patty Reynolds, of being one of the first two criticisms: one a missionary in the Philippine Flagler the County.said Circuit Florida Court, and the of

,t- Jeff Thomas, Cheryl Hoskins. state school systems to use which holds tenaciously to the Islands, will be the guest seal of said court at Dunnell.Flagl..r .

A Grade Five-Frank Bryon, members of Its faculty in the past and the other which speaker.All 20th day County of January Florida A. D., 1967.this

icr.., Dale Johnson, Marty Green, development of "curriculum speaks only of today. Both at. members r,.'a urged to (Official Court Seal)

1if( ..,,) Rodney Law, Cherrl Hanna, guides" in a manner which titudes left by themselves are attend. Clerk'/George of the Circuit M Court

;1' Peggy Reynolds, Jackie.Robe had not been done before.A In error ,because the church Flagler County FloridaBLACK
inson Pam Thomas,. Peggy must reflect the past in all its KKfJAtOVKHT1SKMKT COBB, COLE AND
Wilson. curriculum guide" Is a glory as the past Is relevantto /s/CROTTY David L. BlackOf
IN TUB C'IIU't'IT <;Ol IIT, MEKNTII \-
which is 'the Counsel
Grade Six Jack Rawlins, format or plan print. present. ji mciAi, C'IUC'I'IT. iv
Tracey Prevatt, Deborah ed for ,the use of teachers to AM) FOR 'LAfH.U ('01.>TV, 801 Daytona North Beach Qrandvlew Florida Avenue
The church will be
Meekins, Thea Heln, Ralph follow In devolping an educa. never FLORIDA.. 5403.F1RST IX CIIANtKHYIVo. Attorneys for ,Plaintiff
fully mature In the same Jan. 26, ito
Abraham. tional guide of what is to be FEDERAL SAVINGS
sense that no mortal being AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
taught and when It Is to be LEGAL AllVEKTlSKMEVriv
OF DAYTONA BEACH, a
has reached an absolute completeness
SURPRISE "COME AS YOU taught In a given area of In. corporation existing: under TilE rmrriT COURT OF '
in their life. How-
the laws of the United
,ARE" BREAKFAST FOR struction. Guides, developedfor FLAGLKIl COUNTY, FLORI-
States of America
this also the
WSCS other counties In the State, ever, compels Plaintiff, lIV\OIUVrEHY No. 5380
church to be the living church
The Flagler Beach Methodist do not always meet the needsof VI. MARCELENE BEVANS
ROBERT BERTHA and
which is sensitive to the pulse Plaintiff
t Woman's Society of Chris, children in our own schools. JEANETTE BERTHA, also v..
I, tian Service had a most de. Each county Is different and beat of the times. his known wife.as Jeanette B. Bertha .. GEORGE 0 BEVANS

lightful morning last Thursday demands the study and formation Jesus Christ died for the Defendants NOTICE Defendant TO DEFEND

when they had a surprise of plans for Its own people of today the same she NOTICE OF!SALK! KOHKCLostm THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:

"Come As You Are" breakfast children's needs and disires died for those in his day. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: address GEORGE and G. BEVANS place of, whose residence -

At 8:30: a.m. Thursday morning in terms of its educationaland Therefore, the church must Notice IB hereby given that is unknown
under and bv virtue of a Final You are hereby notified thata
a few members arrivedat economic situation. find a maturity through which Decree Based 7.uf90G7 Record, dated suit has been filed against you
the homes of members and it can speak in the time of January and enteredIn in the above entitled cause; and
friends to furnish the transportation As part of a work project, Chancery No 5403. Dlv. A., you are hereby required to file
nuclear physics and technol of the Circuit Court of the Sev- your answer with the Clerk of
to the home of Mrs. eight teachers from the county ogy. The church Is coming of enth Judicial Circuit In and for this Court and to serve a copy
schools selected to study Flag-ler County. Florida, wherein thereof the
Lyman Gage on North AlA were upon plaintiff or
and construct "curriculumguides" age in every generation and First Federal Savinjfs and Loan plaintiffs attorney, whose name
where the breakfast was 'held. needs its fullest maturity to Association of Davtona Beach. a and address IsCHARLES :
Hostesses for the affair were in the areas of Science corporation existing under the J. LUKE II
speak to our times. "Brethren, laws of the United States of 260 North Rldgewood Avenue
Mrs. Lyman Gage and Mrs. and Social Studies for use by do not be children In your America Is Plaintiff, and ROB- Daytona Beach Florida 32014
William Givens. Co-hostesses all teachers and students from ERT BERTHA and JEANETTE not later than February 25th
the thinking; be babes in evil, but BERTHA also known as Jeanette A. i).. 1967.
were Mrs. Mildred Sargeant, kindergarten) through In thinking be mature." 1 Co. B. Bertha his wife are Defendants If you fall to do so, decree proconfesao
Mrs. Emma Kulp and Mrs. twelfth grade. Personnel for I will sell to the highest will be entered againstyou
each committee selected rinthians 14:0.: bidder for cash at the front for the relief' demanded In
was
Chandon LeBaron. door of the
Flagler County the bill of complaint. The natureof
Prizes were awarded to Mrs. from the faculties of each Courthouse In Bunnell. Florida, said suit being for

Myrtle Streeter for the prettiest school and chosen accordingto namely between, 11 the:00 legal clock hours A of M sale and WITNESS DIVORCE my hand and seal
; Mrs. Frieda Cole, the fun. their teaching :responsibilities ll'RENEW 2:00 o'clock P. M, on the 16th of said Court this 20th day of
niest; Mrs. Louise Taylor, and areaS of instruction.In YOURDRIVER'S day followingdeacrlbf'd of February, A. D. 1967 property, the January A.GEORGE D. 1967.M MOODY

fanciest dressed; Mrs. Esther LICENSE located and being In Flagler Clerk of said CircuitCourt
order to organize for ef 4. County Florida, to-wit:
Hoyt, sleepiest; and Mrs. Caro. fective and efficient use of DURING YOUR Lot 9. Block 27 of Moody (Official Seal
line Sterry, oldest. Fines were Subdivision, of the Town of By /sJoyce Patrick
time, a consultant, universitylevel BIRTH MONTH Flakier Beach, Flakier Coun- Deputy Clerk
those make.
,I paid by wearing was hired to assist these ty, Florida, according to the Jan. 26, Feb. 2, 9, 16, 1967 4tc
up, Jewelry or stockings.
! About 40 ladies enjoyed the committees. Additional out.
side help was received from
unusual morning, completed
i I wtth the serving of Juice, coffee the State Department of Ed. "X
ucation. r
coffee cake and toast .

Guides from other counties

POLISH SAUSAGE SUPPER were collected during the

SATURDAYIf months proceeding work ..... '

you haven't attended one scheluded. Resource materials,

of the Polish Sausage Suppers such as pamhhlets, yearbooks, AII-electric

sponsored by the Korona Civic research bulletins, books and :

s, Club, you will have an opportunity magazines were purchased for FEED
to do so Saturday, our ,teachers to check and MILL

January 28th. The supper will evaluate in order to build the

be served from 6:30 'til 9:00: finest sets of guides for the Operated by10uOhorsepower

p.m. at the White Eagle in best possible education of our

Korona. children. of : .

Reservations will be
appreciated electric motors
The completed guides are-
but are not (necessary.
now In use by our teachersfor
Tickets may be obtained at
the door, according to Lee our students. Other coun-
ties, in the state, have now
Drabza
president
begun their planning for construction

of "curriculumguides"

-".,. LONG HECKS-SHORT SLEEP based upon how our
Giraffes sleep only a few county accomplished this and

1 hours a night, usually with what the end result was.

heads held erect.
One factor, of great Interestas

far as the financing of the
3 GAL. FOR $5.00
project was concerned, was
QUALITY PAINTCome that the entire project was
( In and ee It made)
completed at no cost to the
II. >-. "leomana Ormond Beach County.Not .
Corner Hand Ave. &: V. S. 1

677.8020 9am. till 5:30 only did the boys and ..-
li girls of our schools receive a

;:'<, RlI1.L j... professionally developed planof f
Instruction In two subject
"
ROY'SSTEAM areas, but the experience

CLEANING SERVICE gained by those teachers,
4
MOBILE IIOMES working on the committees,
TILB HOOFS and SIDING with
provided our County
Guaranteed to Kill Mildew
Alit CONDITIONERS eight better prepared instruc. I ,
tors. Plans are now hopefully
CAIU'HNTEll and PAINTING
CALL AFTER 6iOO P.M. being prepared for a smllar
MR. R. BOND. Flagler Beach committee to develop a much

Phone 439.2275 P.O. Box 794 needed guide in the LanguageArts
field.
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.CHARLES F. JOHNSON, Owner. Fairfield Farms, Lake City, Florida,says:


BEVERLY SHORESRESTAURANT "All the electric motors are easily controlled with push but


tons, all easy to get to. Electric service has been very good ,

I .'\ '.' the electric bill has been excellent. I am very pleased." "


Fairfield Farms' feed mill can produce in 8 hours .

{ and BAR I ,' enough feed for stall feeding 5000 head of beef cattle .

: :at one-third less than wholesale cost. I

3 miles north of the Flagler Fishing Pier on A-1A !I .', ,\ ', : 4

Under New Manaement-Jack and Susie Abbott ;

.. ,
.
-Featuring- THERi'S NO MATCH FORFLAM6LE88 "

'1" .. ELECTRIC... .5irs -
t: SHRIMP and '
,." '
95CHICKEN \ TOO r/Mlfi/ etrtt
BASKETS ... f *
.
'j, + frt!**

,r ASSORTED SANDWICHES ,
FLORIDA POWER A LIGHT COMPANY I

8 PLUS BEER j HELPING BUILD FLORIDA4TJ1E
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WE GIVE M E T T S Quantity Reserved***Rights i

FLAGLER BEACH Miss Margaret Ann Curley,
YOUTH DANCE Wakefield, Mass. is the houseguest TOP Prices Good
SATURDAYAll of her grandparents, Thurs., Fri., Sat.
Flagler County youthsare Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dock en- and Monday,
SUPER MARKET
Invited to a dance, spon dorff, Flagler Beach. VALUE Jan. 26, 27, 28
sored by the City of Flagler
28th Mrs. Bill Cummins and and 30, 1967 '
Beach, Saturday, January
at 8:00 p.m. at the Flagler children are visiting in Miami STAMPS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437-3201
with her mother, Mrs. Hoff. .
Beach Civic Center.
The "Crescendo Rhythm & Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Massie, t tI
Blues Band" will provide Waynesville, N.C., arrived re I
music for the dance. There cently to spend the winter
ARMOUR STAR Smoked
( )
will be no charge for admit. months at their Flagler Beach
tance. Dale Owens, base guitarist home, S. Daytona Ave. Theyare Half or
with the musical group, Harold Massie's parents. WholeLb.
Is (the son of Mrs. Robert Wal Also spending some time at HAM 57

lace, Flagler Beach. their homes at the beach and ,....
,
visiting with the Harold Mas ., .), '.Ii\
F.B. PAPER DRIVE sie's are his brother, T. N. ARMOUR STAR (Western) (
Massie, Sylvia, N.C. (accompanied
The Paper Drive being conducted
by the Methodist Men's by several of his business '
Club is still underway, and a associates In Sylva); and CHUCK ROAST Lb. 49 ;
his sister and brother in law,
request for old newspapershas :
,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Parkman, ,
been made to all Flagler
N.C.
Waynesville
County residents. If anyone
has paper for the drive they Don Tiffany, former Flagler LEAN JUICYPORK
are asked to call 439.2441 for Beach resident and memberof
pick up the Bunnell High School
faculty, suffered a very seri STEAK Lb. 55
FISH FRY FRIDAY ous illness recently. Mr. Tif.
Don't forget the Fish Fry fany's Illness requires a long
Friday, January 27th spon period for recovery and he
sored by the Methodist Men's would like to hear from his
Club. friends. His
Serving will be from 5 'til Flagler address is County: Don Tiffany, 1227 Armour Star Star Lyke's (Sugar Creek)

7 p.m. 5th Ave., East Northport, N.Y. STEAK. Lb.
CHUCK 59C SLAB BACON 57 e

Eight Boy Scouts from troop
FLAGLER WOMAN'S 495 enjoyed a canoe trip Sat. Lean Juicy Lean Meaty (Pork)
CLUB NEWS urday. Making the trip were ALL MEAT Lb. .
$-flTOOflT
The monthly Woman's social meetingof Club Grady Prather, Buddy Moore, STEW 6ge Rig TIPSNESLbs. JL
the Flagler
Dave Johnson, Ken Whitney, .
will be held on this Thurs. Mike Bross, Dave Miller and Beef World's BestGROUND
day evening, Jan. 26, at 7:30. .
Jail Heln, according to Scoutmaster
Dave Guest Perryman speaker, who will will be givea Mr. Bob Wallace. SHORT RIBS Lb. 4ge BEEF Z Lbs. 9ge

travelogue on his recent Jennie Newell and Bess
tour of Europe. Estes attended the Civic Mu.
The musical portion of the sic program at the Peabody Kraft (Qt.)
program has been arrangedby Auditorium Wednesday eve
the music chairman, Mrs. ning, where they enjoyed a MAYONNAISE 47-
Qt.
R. K. Hirst. There will be .
mu
sical duets by Mrs. Hirst and duo.pianist performance.Mr. : _................................__........... Jar
Mrs. Francis Bishop of Springfield and Mrs. Hugh Arnold Limit (1)) with purchase of $5.00 or more food order

Mo., vocal solos by Mrs. and sons, Bruce and Steven,
Bernie Wilson accompaniedby left Flagler Beach last Saturday Dixie Crystal \ '
Mrs. Inez Crenshaw on the to make their home inCocoa. '

piano and,pianQ solos by Mr,. The Arnolds have been SUGAR ,.. ., : 5 Lb. 39
Bishop. residents of Flagler Beach for
According to the program 12 years. Mr. Arnold was employed ........................_............................................... Bag.
chairman, Mrs. H. G. Heydt, by Lehigh until it Limit (1) with purchase, of $5.00 or more food order
this promises to be a delight. closed In 1965. lie is now employed
ful affair. Refreshments will by General Electric. Wilson Shortening
be served by the hostesses, s
Mrs. Sam Novick and Mrs. E. WOMAN'S CLUB
W. Schmidt. The public Is cordially FLAGLER BAKE RITE 3 Lb. 570Limit '

Invited to attend. EVENTS Thurs., Jan. 26 Evening .. ;.......:......._...........:.,....*.................... ( Tin
Meeting, 7:30 p.m., Woman's ((1) with purchase of\ $5.00 or more food,order
,
11' ,
< fr' .1:' {
.
VFW AUXILIARY Club: "Behind the Iron Curtain "
MEETINGMrs. ," Mr. Dave Perryman. Shurfine (Tall) ...1/j ,. 1\1:' 0
Maggie Cross, Eighth Free to the public, refresh. I" : tLq ::0'
District President, Eau Gallie, ments.
CAN NED MILK 7 Cans 900 1
will make her official visit to Wed. Luncheon .
the Veterans of Foreign Wars 12:30 Feb., Woman's 8 Club. .........N.............._........_........
: p.m.
Auxiliary in Bunnell Thursday Mrs. H. Davis, District Director .. Limit (7) cans with purchase of'$5.00, or more food order

(tonight) at 8 p.m. The guest speaker.
meeting will ,be at the Post Thurs., Feb. 9 Annual Hawaiian (All Flavors) 46 oz. ,
home West Blvd. 7 ,
Moody Auction
on Country p.m.
and all members are urged to Woman's Club. Search your 00Hunt'
PUN C H 3 Cans $1
be presentHASTINGS articles. Contact Mrs.
Jasper attic for(Ethel) White Ph. 439- ......................................................... ........_......

2153.

I MATTRESS p.m.Sat., ,"Sidewalk March 4-10 Art a.m.Show.to 4" 14 oz.CATSUP. Lyke's ((300 Can) -

& UPHOLSTRY WORKS F. B. Recreation Hall. NO admission Bottles WITH Cans $ tirOO
4 9ge 4
710-12 Lemon St. charge. Contact Mrs.E. BEANS ,
P. Fleurie (Louella) Ph.
Palatka, Florida 4392152.
Phone EA 5-9166 The Sidewalk AJ'It' Show is

Furnitu-\ Upholstering being planned by the Flagler Farm Fresh Produce DAIRY DEPARTMENTRed -
Repaired & Refinished Woman's Club for Sat, March
Mattresses & Box Springs
4. All talent Is welcome. The
Made Order Also RenovatedCall committee will meet with Mrs. Parkay (Quarters)

Laura Morris 437-3233 R P. Fleurie, chairman, soon BAG .
After 6:00 P. M. to work out the details. APPLES Bag': 49C OLEO Pkg. Zge
PRICES REASONABLE.
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. Fresh
WINS RACE
Just as near as your
Phone or Post Office Billy Mathen, Favorita, was POLE BEANS Lb. 23C FROZEN FOODS -
Drop Us A Card or Call firM place winner In an auto
Free Pick-up & Delivery' heatrace at Ocala Sunday,
January 23. Billy also placed Yellow Morton' (Meat)

third in a feature race. Cooking ONIONS B g 39C POT PIES Each 19e



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6-:THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS., JAN. 26 1967 SOUTH CONTINUES TO BIG TURNOVER IN U. S. AIR FCRCE
fl. LITTLE SPACE v '
INCREASE TREE FARMS SEEKS GRADS '
If there Is only a "dab" of Monaco's three towns, gambling
the chemical left! over, don't; Twelve Southern PJne pro. casino, oceanographIc News of special Interest to
GARDENINGIN ducing states had 44.4 million of young men who will soon be
remove it from Its original museum, and complex
f t; container. Storing small acres of tree farms by the end shops and hotels occupy an graduating from college came
I. I amounts of pesticides in a of 1966 64 per cent of the area half the size of NewYork's today from local Air Force

FLORIDA spare baking powder can or a nation's total. Central Park, the National Recruiting. Sergeant Dick
.. \ box for powdered milk is In. During the year, the South Geographic says. Maves.It
viting a one-way trip to the developed more than' 1,000 individual is now possible for young
.. \, Hobbles like gardening, hospital. tree farms embrac ITS BEEN A LONG TIME men to apply for commissionsIn
catching rattlesnakes and ing approximately a million the Air Force while still enrolled -
ft' ,scuba diving can be dan Never store pesticides near acres. The region now has 18,- The Norfolk Naval Shipyard, In college. In this way,
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",: gerous. foods of any kind. For safety's 693 of the nation's 31,008 tree oldest In the United States, there will be ample time to
t sake, keep food in the kitchen farms. was founded In 1767, 31 years i process their applications and
Experts say that each hob. cabinets and chemicals ina All of this has transpiredsince before the creation, of the obtain class starting dates for
by is safe If you know the locked cabinet out in the United States Navy Depart Officers Training School while
1942 when the Southern
tricks of ithe trade. However, tool shed. Pine Association, Introducedthe ment, the National Geograph they are still In a deferred
it would seem safer to pick up ic says. status with Selective Service.
You are in for a shocking tree farm program to the
\ a plant by the nape of Its experience if you use electric region. The year, 1967, wil be Those men who expect to
"'H.' neck than a squirming rep. hedge clippers or a lawn the 25th that the movement Ida Is a close third with 6.6 graduate with an engineering

" Ir tile. mower with a frayed power has'been In progress in the million. degree or who are interestedin
Also, the aches received cord. So check all power cords South. Alabama and Georgia rank flying as Air Force pilots
from stooping to transplantare before plugging them in. A Several of the Southern next to Mississippi In numberof are especially in demand, Sgt.
less harmful than bends Winter-weary cord may have states hold high national Individual tree farms with Maves stated. However, it is
caused by diving underwater.The developed an old-age crack In ranking in tree farming. 2,578 and 2,384, respectively. poscible for all men and
worst danger is not fol. Its Insulation that will causean Georgia has nearly 7.4 million Louisiana has 1,842 tree women who expect to graduate
lowing the label when apply. electlrc current ,to shock acres of tree farms more farms embracing 4.3 million from college in the near
ing pesticides. Using a pest!. you Into doing a fast-stepping than 'any other state. Mississippi acres; Arkansas 1,595 tree future to make application.Full .
dde properly Is no more dangerous Charleston In one quick les ranks first nationally in farms embracing 4.1 million details, without obligation
than driving an auto. son. number of individual tree acres; Texas 1,770 tree may be obtained by contacting .
Remember, carelessness witha farms with 3,616. farms embracing 3.9 million Sgt. Maves at the Air
Tools around the
lying
chemical or car can cause on Alabama Is the only other acres. Mississippi's 3,616 tree Force Recruiting Office, 620 N.
accident
can cause an
death. ground state in the nation besides farms embrace 3.4 million Ridgewood Ave., Daytona
Stepping on a hoe can cause
Even though you read the Georgia with more than 7 acres. Florida has 916 tree Beach Florida. Telephone
(the handle to fly with such
directions last week, pause up million tree farm acres. Flor- farms. 2539671.
force as to plant
a goose-egg
again to review the label.
size bump on noggin plus
your
Then take care to heed all
shattering glasses.
directions, cautions and warn your

ings. When rakes are left on the -
And even If the directions ground, be sure that teeth
don't say to play It safe by are down. A false step on a Even the ash rides
wearing gloves, sleeves rolled rake with teeth up could send I tray
I down and collar buttoned. you limping to a first aid sta.
- Wearing shorts is taboo when tion. Or a rake left lying In
applying chemicals in the the driveway could cost you "
garden.If several installment paymentson smoother in Chevrolets
you should spill some an auto tire.
pesticide material on your When working in the gar.
self, remove the contaminated den, guard against cuts and
clothing and wash with soap infections. Protect all cuts \VIien you're down at your dealer's trying out a new Chevrolet, be suit

and water. Even If you don't with proper antiseptic cover. you pull out the ash tray.Notice how nice and easy it glides, never hanging
spill the pesticide, always ings.
wash your hands and face Use gloves if your skin Is up or even scraping. The reason is, it rides on ball bearings. Four shiny

after a session with a spray susceptible to rash.If little bsll bearings. (Take the tray all the way out and you'll see them.)
can. all these dont's are dis .
If you should feel sick after couraging, don't give up gar. You say you don't even smoke? Then look at it this way. That

applying a pesticide, contact dening for sky-diving. Remember I ash tray is a symbol of the way we make cars: Paying extra GM
the family doctor. In an emergency you can make many -
be sure to take the mistakes and be a successful attention to the little things as well as the big ones, as a way .
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label to the hospital with you. pull the ripcord onceyou'vehad

it!

O. F.Registered ALFORD GUARDS FOR TRACTORS that sure feeling

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Real Estate Broker for farm safety Is a

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Bunnell Florida
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FLA. STATE FAIR FEB. 7.18 ?T1iE FLJI ..''TRIBUNE TlIUns.. JAN. 26. 1007

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Too MEDICAREQUESTIONS Pointing !to another great ----'

year Florida State Fair officials
have announced exhibits '. tiK Cr
To Classify andANSWERS will be bigger and better when
the fair opens its 12-day run
BT Rimrtl Kerr Feb. 7."Exhibits. )
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are a vital partof
In these days, when Patrick the many attractions that
Henry's famous cry has been Q. A friend told me that if make a visit /to the fair a
abbreviated to just plain I dldnlt have $50 worth of ''memorable event," M. E. Twe- is

"give me," it's refreshing to medical expenses, during 1966 dell, Fair Gen. Mgr. said. {s {
that I could count those expenses -
of stature
across a man '
who come still thinks folks should that I had during The fair offers exhibitors an
their October, November, and De. opportunity to display their
earn way. cember of 1966 against the products in three dimensionsand
Roy Tuchbreiter, one of the
$50 deductible of 1967. Was allows exhibitor representatives
best known insurance executives
he right? to make personal
recently retired after 50
contacts with potental cus
years In the business and lo- A. Yes. Any medical expenses tomers. It affords the manlfac-
cated in Florida. Not contentto which you have in the turers the opportunity to display CONTRAST Dog sled, ancient mode of transportation I
settle back In a rocking last three months of the year their products and keep at the bottom of the world, is dwarfed by U S. Air,Force ,
chair, he has become an as- which apply toward the deductible the public abreast of their C-141 StarLifter at McMurdo Station. The plane was first to
sociate of fast growing Teare for that y'ar can also new advancements. Firms of. land on the ice in the Antartic.rn..a .
Industries la Palm Beach. be applied toward the deductible
don't make somethingof fering Intangible services use .. ._ .. .-
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for the next year.Q. Florida State Fair exhibits as
people," he points out. of their relations
public
"You give "them the opportunity How long do I have to part '
to make something of make claim for the medical program. '
themselves." expenses that I had In 1966? More than 275 businesseswill (CAIDY! :

Tuchbreiter From personal knows whereof experience he, A. You can make application Fair. be on hand at the 1967

for payment under the ......... .
He started out 56 -
speaks. years ..
ago as ,an office boy in Chicago medical insurance program for The design of exhibit buildings 4' ; ) BY TOM DORR
his 1966 expenses as late as assures fair visitors the I
and made own way
the ladder to become chair Dec. 31, 1967, However, we convenience of viewing the
man up of the executive committee recommend you file as son as exciting displays leisurely and LIFE IS SO DROLL..IM
of the Continental Nation possible.Q. without distraction. TIRED OP BOYS, DATES

al American group of insurance I recently received payment f MOTHER,TM BORED FRIENDS.-TM'
companies, one of the from Blue Shield of tell you what action you haveto WITH EVERYTHING...
largest insurance writing organizations Florida Inc. for what was take to file it. U I
In the United owed to me in the medical insurance .
Q. I have recently been examined
States. for 1966
program my
While admitting that the and purchased eye
medical
expenses. My problem -
glasses for a minor: reading
days of office boys becomingtop is that I do not under
problem which I have. Is this
flight executives in business stand the explanation which
covered under ithe medical insurance
and industry are numbered they sent me and I feel that
he contends that it Is an error might have been program?

still possible if worthy employees made. Where can I get an explanation A. No. Glasses are not! covered b
are recognized and of the material that under medical Insurance
given an opportunity for ad. has been sent to me? except where particular typesof 1
vancement in the old American eye disease are involved.
tradition. A. Come to our office and The service of optometristsare

"Young men need to be we will assist you with this not covered.Q. WEEPERS.' MY WHOLE I __AND TLLPROBABLY:
pushed, not hard enough to problem. If a mistake has LIFE IS A COMPLETE FEEL
be broken, but they need to. been made we will help you I had a flu shot last WREGK_. THIS WAY ALL DAY
be pushed," he asserted. 'They to get it corrected.Q. week to immunize myself I I TOMORROW TOO.
should be given responsibilities against possible infection in
I'm having trouble completing
that will spur them on 1967. Is this a covered ex-
with :the knowledge that their the form to get payment -. pense under the medical Insurance w .0G
under the medical Insurance
effort is appreciated. I like to program? 0 ,
program. My doctor
make a man a vice presidenta says that he doesn't handle .. A. No. Immunizations are
little before he is really
ready. After he realizes how this I type get help insurance.? Wherecan not a covered expense. !4

much he doesn't know, we Anyone having any questions
can polish hire into a. good A.'Come to our office aM15 .., 'aboufr medicare can get 1:)
executive." N. RIdgewood Ave., in 'Daytona them answered at our office,
Industry today has to have Beach and we will help 115 N. Ridgewood Ave., Day-
men of education but it also you complete the form and tona Beach. -rrwr3l a.
needs men of ambition, courage
and understanding. One ".r,:.- ,. -,
of the country's current weak 7r;;. .; ;>..:.

nesses Is that industry has r; .

outgrown its supply of top : ; ,: ; \.... i i.i
drawer executive talent. -
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There Is lot of promising .
a :'1 ".' i.. ,," ,. -
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executive talent being Ignored
today because we are 4 .
placing too much emphasison : : )Apply Diazinon1 i.
"I. Q." and not enough on ,
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"I can" and "I will." ,

pleased Expressing to be associated himself with as 'for sure control oftsoil ., i.i.. ,

Teare Enterprises he said, "I : '
have known Malcolm H.Teare ( insects in potatoes]) ;

for many years and feel my .:::<'$: > '.. > ,'
experience will be of assistance K
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and othervegetable ,'i
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in the organizations "' : i ;
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continued growth and prog f \l. '"
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In addition to his post with :)t ; J' crops ,
Teare Enterprises, a, new umbrella ,
corporation set up to-
cover .all Teare operations In. I

Florida, Tuchbreiter remainsa ,.. {
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member of the Continental .
board.IF .WKether you grow potatoes or other vegeYou can use either Diazinon AGSOO emu

table crops, you can rely on Diazinon insifiable solution in a spray, or apply

VETERAN DISAPPEARS secticide to deliver the superior kind of soil Diazinon 14G granular with an appropri-

M. T. Dixon, of the Fla. ', ,{'", insect control that definitely makes bigger ate spreader.
Dept. of Veterans Affairs, "./"; and better yields possible. Since Diazinon is also effective against a

stated today that Public' Law ,\ Diazinon even gives you effective conwide range of chewing and sucking insects
89-467, expanded the pension ; : ; trol of those strains of insects which have that attack foliage, you can simplify your

program to permit payment of j':::t:' .; become resistant to previously used Insectotal insect control program by applying
the veteran's pension to the '
wife or child of the veteran ";;,,: ticides. So results are more certain when Diazinon foliar sprays during the season.

who disappears while receiving "' you use Diazinon against wireworms, cutFor sure Insect control, order Diazinon

disability pension. The ;.i;" worms, mole crickets, and maggots. 4 today. And write us for your free copy of

amount payable cannot exceed ',,-, p' What's more, Diazinon delivers longthe brand new 1966 Diazmon Handbook.
the amount of death pension lasting control without creating residue It has all the information. .
which would be payable .
if the veteran were deceased. problems In the crop you treat, or In sucGeigy Agricultural Chemicals Division

;, For further information, Dixon ,, ceeding crops. Just follow the simple diof Geigy Chemical Corporation Mill
suggests that you contact rections on the label. Rates are low appURiver Road, Ardsley New York.

yowl local Veteran County cation is easy.Generally |

Service Officer, Raymond I you can control most soil in$1=gy I
Smith. in broadcast ..*...W CMMCMt KM MOWN MMMTUM I
sects by disking a apptkbHonof

SAFE SiOMfi [ .Diazinon within one week of -.nl. Diazinon'
The TaM Highway Department .
has developed a "break
away" steel sign support
which flies apart when struck.There .
ic evidence that fete
will save lives as well M limiting .
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8-mE FLACLER TRIBUNE TlIURS., 'AN. 26, 1961Sheriff CUMATRON PLANNED FLORIDA T.B. RECIPES FOR TRIBUNE?

NEARBY RATE LOWTuberculosis The Tribune has received

Marco Polo Park, a $9 million can still be a several requests to publish the
favorite recipes of the residents
-ri' 6 1 adventure in green life, killer but where medical sci of
our If
flowers, music, dancing and county. you
QLOCyATIS ence once thought hopefullyof have a recipe you would like
restaurants, will be built as a
controlling the disease to share with
merely our readers
family recreation center on
.v 300 acres beside highway 1.95 It now appears that nlease mail or bring It< to the

: adjacent to Daytona Beach. eradication may be possible, Tribune office. We will selecta

; The idea is that [people of says the State Board of Recipe of the Week for, pub-
Health.In lIcation. The following recipewas
all ages, races and degrees of
reprinted from the cook.
and Mrs. P. A. Ed- Kim Knight, daughter of education love voluptuouslygreen 1920, TB was the fourth book "Favorite Recipes from
and Arlene Knight has growing things far more
left for Or. Eldon
monson Sunday "
largest cause of death in FlorIda Flagler County Kitchens, and
her home from than golf or skiing.
returned to
lando to atend the MidWinter
Sheriff's conference. Flagler Hospital in Saint Augustine Heart of !the Marco' Polo ((1,016 deaths) but by 1965it was ran. submitted by Shep Coch-

where she underwenta Park will be a building 12 had dropped to 21st place

Herbert and Eugenia Allen tonsillectomy. stories high and as long as a with only 211 deaths. Reasonsfor RED VELVET CAKE
football field. You won't be
have as their houseguests, this include better waysof IV cups sugar
Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Miller, Mrs. T. A. Jones and daughter : able to see the glass walls % cup butter

Greencastle, Pa. Dolly, and Mrs. Bernard because of trees, plaints, finding Infected persons in Cream together well:
Kozlowski and daughter Helen flowers, and the waterfall, early stages and use of new
2
which will be, nine stories (90 chemical drugs and antibiot eggs
I Mrs. Leona Knight spent visited in Fort Benning, 2 ounces red food coloring
ics which have revolutionized
week with Mrs. Jones' feet) high
last
several days In Tampa visit. Ga. 1 teaspoon vanilla
ing with her sister and brotherIn son, Pvt. Allan Wayne Jones. The buiding is called the treatment of TB. 214 cups flour

Mr. and Mrs. Horace Allan graduated from Jump Cllm .tron. Planted therein
lay, Florida has a consistentlylower 2 teaspoons cocoa
will be the quintessence of
Thursday
Locke. Training School last
death rate from TB than 1 teaspoon salt
and arrived home todayfor elegant Jungle. Nothing' like
the United States, probablydue 1 cup buttermilkAdd
Mrs. Arthur Durshlmer, Albany a visit. this concentration of green :to Its having fewer large to first two ingredients

Ga. is visiting here with adventure has ever been seen crowded metropolitan 'areas. 1 teaspoon baking soda
before this earth under
her mother Mrs. Nell Allen. on
SUSAN WADSWORTH The incidence of TB increases 1 tablespoon vinegarStir
the under roof which
sun or a ,
ELECTED with population density and into above.
the climate-controlled Cllma-
Mrs. Mattie Pelllcer left Fri. crowding, associated with poverty Grease two 9-inch round

day for: Orlando for several Susan Wadsworth, daughterof tron will have. lack of sanitation, poor cake pans. Bake 25 to 30 min.
From the roof of the Cllma
days visit with her sister, Mrs. Judge and Mrs. W. L. nutrition and diabetes, are utes im 350 degree oven. When
tron families will be able to
Mary Spencer. Wadsworth, Bunnell, was re- look down Mondrlan important factors to be considered done, let cool, split cakes, (if
cently elected Secretary of upon a In the fight againstTB. desired) making four layers.
Weekend houseguests of the Students Bar Associationof go-go garden, a Japanese Put together with:
Mrs. Alice Johnston Mr. garden, a Black Forest ,beer
were Florida State University.
ID AL BUTTER
and Mrs. Cletus Allen, Daytona Susan is a law student at garden, the Storybook Forest, Clinical features of TB were Cook CAKE ICING
Beach. a grand bazaar and scientific known 1,000 BC, but it still stirring constantly:
FSU and is the only girl student 3 tablespoons flour
laboratories.: presents one of the most difficult -
In the class of 200.
1 sweet milk
Arden Kinney returned Through the 60 developedacres administrative problems cup

home Thursday via plane of the 300-iacre adven confronting the health officer.It Let cool thoroughly.

from a business trip to New CORRECTIONIn ture will wind a river, upon may kill a person within a Cream until light and fluffy:
York. which families can float alongin few weeks or become a lifetime 1 cup butter (no substitute)

( reporting the engage. a sampan, or some other disease acquired in youth 1 cup granulated sugar

Richard Yelvington, Miami, ment Mr.of Charles Miss Janice Robert Lovelaceto Davisin smooth, noiseless boat. but not causing death until Add: 1 teaspoon vanilla.

spent the weekend here with the old age. Now stir in the cooked flour
last weeks issue of
his mother, Mrs. Laura Yel- FINESSE CLUBENTERTAINED and milk, beat well. This is
Tribune thru The bovine
error we re type of this infectious
vIngton. Roberts and enough to fill and cover Red
ported Lovelace disease Is now rare
we offer our apologies for the Mrs. Louis Steflik was host In this country because of the Velvet Cake.ATTEND .
Dale and Rosemary Brown oversight.) ess to the Finesse Bridge Club virtual elimination of TB in

visited in Mount Dora Satur Monday evening at her home. dairy cattle and mandatory MEET
day with Mr. and Mrs. Dale
DAVISLOVELACEENGAGEMENT Mrs. Sam Broadaway was pasteurization of milk. Now

Brown Sr. ANNOUNCEDMr. high scorer. The group will the main source of the infection Mrs. John Rice, Mrs. W. L.

meet Tuesday, January 31st is the tuberculous Indi Wadsworth, Mrs. Z. D. Holland -
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Marshallwho and Mrs. T. E. Lovelace at 8:00: p. m. at the home of vidual and in order to control Mrs. J. T. Hargett and

( are spending the winter Jr., Bunnell, announce the engagement Mrs. Rosely Cameron. this, the State Board of Health Mrs. H. H. Murray attendeda

months in Palatka) visited and approaching takes thousands of free chest meeting of the Rho Beta

here Sunday with her father, marriage of their daughter, PERSONAL INCOME UP X-rays each year and private Delta Kappa Gamma at the

Mr, and Mrs Raphael Stur- Janice to Charles Robert physicians also insist on 'regular Sheraton Motel in Ormond
man. Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Personal Income received by X-rays of patients so Beach Saturday.

Charles B. Davis, 3540 Poinsettia Floridians reached $15.3 billion that sign of the diseasecan
Harold and Anna Hoff and Street, Jacksonville, last year, a gain of 9 per be any detected and quickly

daughter, Elizabeth, spent the Florida. cent over the previous year, treated. METHODIST CHURCH NEWS
weekend in Titusville with The wedding will be an the Florida State Chamber of

Mr, and Mrs. Douglas Schatz. event of Saturday, February Commerce reported in its Several men from the church

18th 1967, five o'clock p. m. in Weekly Business Review released THUMBING TOO SLOW plan to attend the DistrictMen's
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Moodyand the First Methodist Church of recently. Club meeting in Pa.

daughter, Karen Moody, Bunnell.All "Personal income Includes Ulysses S. Grant was probably latka tonight.

and their granddaughter, friends and relatives of wages and salaries income the only United States "Adventure in Faith" meetings

Kathy West, spent the week. the couple are Invited to attend from rents, royalties and dividends President ever arrested for will be February 5th-

end in Ocala sightseeing. the wedding and recep. business proprietors' speeding. Grant was whisking 10th.

tion which will be at the homeof income and payments to per down a street near the White Sunday, February 12th, will

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Holden Mr. and Mrs. Lee Blakely, sons in retirement. The 1966 House when a policeman apprehended be the regular monthly fellowship -

visited in Palatka Tuesdaywith 305 North Pine Street, Bunnell.No figure is based on preliminary him, and took the dinner, postponed
his sister Miss invitations horse and rig to the station. from February 5th.
Myrtle are being sent. studies made by the U. S.
Holdeni, who is a patient In a Dept. of Commerce."In The surprised Chief of State Church School time is 9:45:

hospital there. WMS MEETINGThe 1960, Floridians received had to walk back to the Executive a.m. each Sunday morningand
'. Mansion, says National morning worship at 11
Womens Missionary a total personal Income of
Visiting in Bunnell Geographic In its new o'clock with Rev. Reynold
Tuesday
Society of, the Bunnell Baptist $9.7 billion. Last year's earn
book, "Our Country's Presi Hoover minister
with the Rev. Father Antonio and special
Church met January 18th at ings represented a 57 per cent "
Leon was the Rev. Father Jo. the home of Mrs. Stella Lay. increase during the six year dents. music by the choir.

seph L. Mena, Saint Pauls ton. This was the regular business period. The comparable national -

Church, Daytona Beach. and social. Mrs. gain was 45 cent. "
meeting per
Frances Brooks presented an "Income per capita Is derived Or.! oc'f, i s, t leph )ne :n mbet

Remley Murray left today interesting program on Alas- by dividing total in.
,: for Huntsvllle, Ala. where he come by resident population.As '
I i Kind of f Health
was transferred for several ka.Members attending were the total income moved upward Insurance

weeks work with General Mrs. Amorette Wells, Mrs. in Florida, /the state's ,

Electric. Carrie Alford, Mrs. Margaret population was also racing "

Clegg Mrs. Lillian Harris, along at a faster rate of
Mrs. Grace Wray, Mrs. Emma growth than the nation's population The knowledge that your family physicianis
MRS. STEFLIK HOSTS
Murray, Mrs. Thera Cowart, 19 per cent comparedwith as close as the telephone is a real

SORORITY MEET Mrs. Ethel Lee Whitaker and 9 per cent. comfort-when illness or injury strikes some

one guest Marcey Strickland. 'The final outcome showsa member of your family.

A-O-P1 alumnae of Volusla per capita income of $2,574 If have recently moved
you
chapter met Tuesday after. NORMA JEAN LANE for Floridians last year and ABC
to
our community, will
noon art the home of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Lane $2,910 as the national aver DEF Z want to select a family you doctor

Louis Steflik for their regular are the parents of a daughterborn age. Both are almost one. 3 from the fine physiciansin

meeting. Mrs. Warren Kerry, January 10th at the third! more than during 1960. this neighborhood.
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president, presided. Glendale Hospital In Palatka. "Although Florida's per cap

J \ Mrs. Clinton Keseel, pro. She weighed eight pounds ita income continues below If you are planning to move

! gram chairman, gave a book and four ounces at\ birth and the national average it is the away, make it a point to become

, review of "That Quail, Rob. has been named, Norma Jean. leader of the southern states." PHONE acquainted immediately with a
ert. Maternal grandparents are 1.2 3 45 doctor in your new community.Give .

A steak fry was plannedfor Mr. and Mrs. Dell Miller, Bun VITAL LANDMARKA your doctor an opportunity

March 18 for members and nell and the paternal grand scrawny acacia tree is soImportant to become acquainted with the

their guests at the home of parents are Mr. and Mrs. Norman a landmark in the 2 members of your family, and

Mrs. David Pugh In DeLand. Lane, Espanola. Sahara that it appears on TUV with their health need Regular

11 maps, the National Geograph. 8 examination protect your
ic says. The Tree of Tenere in health and aware the bert of

Niger, the only large plant care in the future.
: Flagler County Insuranc. growing for a hundred miles,
Your doctor bar confidence in the reliable
guides caravaners to a well.
prescription service provided by our fins

Inc. THOMAS LBNSSEN SELLS modern Pharmacy. The prescriptions he
Agency
REGISTERED ANGUS COWS :gm. you will be carefully compoaAUd by
OV Ptunaaciftt.

AH I Forms of Insurance recently Thomas sold Lenssen seven,registered Bunnell,

1M North By Street -:- PhoM 4372171Btmnotl Angus cows to Dr. Robert I Ifl ANDERSON'S DRUG STORE +j'
Hook, Jacksonville. Fla The I
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Florida 32010LIPEFIREAUTOCASUALTY pure brad cows were raised at

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