The Flagler tribune
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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: February 2, 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
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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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LOCAL GROWTHON FACES The Flagler TribuneVOL. Last 3 GamesThree

Have you noticed the long
growth of whiskers on some consecutive wins for
of our prominent citizens? the Bunnell Bulldogs makes
11 wins and 4 losses for the
Well, we have, and wondered
If their razors were broken, or 55, NO. 5 BUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY.. FEBRUARY 2, 19S7 Si50 A YEAR season and a 7.3 conference
If they were just boycottingthe rating For the first time In
razor blade counters.We several years the local lads
downed the St. Augustine
inquired as to why the RECORD SALES FOR
Robinson Crusoe Health Booklet Mothers March High School team for the sec.
appearancewas SAVINGS BONDSMr. ond time this season 53.46 In
suddenly becoming so

prevalent. After questioningwe Now Available"Florida Ray L. Mercer Flagler Tops 1966 Drive Friday At half night's time game.St. Augustinehad
were told they were growing County Volunteer Savings the lead 2319. The clock
beards for the approach. Health Notes" Bond Chairman today announced .
a Friday nights collections ran out with a 41.41 score on
ing fiftieth anniversary of our booklet published by the Florida that 1966 had brokenall for the Mothers March toppedthe the board throwing the thrill
county, and invited,all Fagler State Board of. Health Is postwar records for purchases amounts collected In the ing contest Into overtime. The
Countians to Join them. available to local 'residents, of U. S. Savings Bonds in 1966 March of Dimes Drive. first overtime tally was 43.43
We were also Informed that Gene Holly County Sanitation Florida. Purchases of $96,933- Mothers soliciting in the Bun requiring a second overtimeof
the Chamber of Commerce Officer said today. 627 were more than $7,700,000 nell area collected $228.00 play. The battle ended witha
Anniversary Committee had higher than the previous rec- and volunteers at Flagler final score 5346.
been presented with a proposal Residents of Bunnell and. and year of 1963. Beach collected 7300. Saturday night the Bunnell
to form a "Slick Club" Flagler Beach will be particularly All of the gain can be.attributed The drive In Flagler Coun Cagers toppled Pierson 7358.
interested in
during the celebration. The reading to Series E sales Walton Cowart hit 34 pointsto
ty was conducted by the Idle-
The Fleht for dean Water"in
club would be for residents .
which soared nearly $10 million wood Club. The club's members put Bunnell In the lead
the Mr. said.
who do not wish to a booklet Holly "
groW' Mr. Mercer said. SeriesE would like to take this over the strong Pierson team.
beard. They would purchasea The book Is available to Bonds are !the ones widely opportunity to thank all Cowart's point record in this
membership In the "Slick anyone and copies may be purchased through payroll those who assisted in the game is the highest since 1965
Club" permitting them to obtained at the Flagler Coun savings plans in industry, Mothers March. The march when Johnny Seale scored 35
shave. ty Health Department or by business and local and federal was not conducted in the points In, a game with Calla-
Proceeds from the proposedclub contacting Mr. Holly. governmental agencies. Bimini), Haw Creek Espanola, han.Tuesday
memberships would be Impetus was added this' year' Favorlta, Korona, Marlnelandand nights game in the
used to help promote the fes. by the announcement by President St. Johns Park areas. The local gym the Bulldogs de.
tivities planned for the anni REGISTRATIONBOOKS Johnson in mid-Febru residents of these sections of feated Crescent City 4539.
versary. The county wide celebration ary of an increase in the in. the county are asked to mall With neither team doing any
Is being planned for OPEN terest rate to 4:15: per cent their contributions to Marchof heavy scoring, Walton Cow-
July 1 through 4th.Would Registration books are now when the bonds are held Dimes Care M. B. McDaniel, art was tops with 13 points;
open and will remain open seven year's to maturity. "Hun. Chairman P. O. Box 321 Bun. Darrell Britt scored 11;
until 12 o'clock noon February dreds of thousands of new nell. Ray Krutz and Jimmy Harper
24th for voter registration payroll savers were added both scored 10 and Dan Cody
YouBELIEVE according to Mrs. Nancy during 1966," Mr. Mercer said SPECIAL DINNER 1 point.
Rodgers, Bunnell City Clerk. "through the effort of the National SET BY FSC CLUB
Industrial Payroll Savings CABBAGE BALL
Qualifying deadline for the Committee headed ,by The dinner meeting of the l
It Happened in Flagler March 7th City Election Is also Mr. Lynn A. Townsend, President Flagler: Senior Citizens Club IS PLANNEDPlans
County 10, 20.40 years ago 12 noon February 24th, the : of Chrysler Corporation". set for next Tuesday evening for the 16th annual
clerk said. All persons desir Mr. Mercer further stated Feb. 7, will 'be for members Cabbage Ball sponsored.by
? ing to qualify as a candidatefor that fifty.two of Florida's only, It was announced today the Country Club were completed .
city commissioner are re sixty.seven counties exceeded by Lynn Clary, chairman. This Monday night when the
10 YEARS AGO quired to file. their sales quotas set by the ruling Was made because the group met at the home of
dinner Is being''financed from
Mrs. Clifford Higginbotham.
Catholics In Bunnell and Three seats on the commission Treasury Dept. many of the club's treasury: and for The dance will be at the
them by wide margins.
Korona hailed the beginningof are to be filled. The two this reason the members Bunnell Civic Center, Saturday
construction of St. Stephens year terms of C. B, Eisenbach voted not to have guests but April 8th. Danny High
Chapel In Bunnell, a missionof and H. V. Peavy expire and SHELLFISHHARVESTERS to restrict attendance to those and his ten member band of
St. Marys, Korona. Mass the one year remaining in the who have paid their! dues for Jacksonville will provide
was offered each Sunday in term of Commissioner Dave the current year.Those attending music for the affair.
the Bunnell Civic Center. The ,Perryman will.'be f llled" erry"tnan : are asked to bring, .thelr-.- Tickets and reservationswill
new" church was T>elng" builton ": resigned from the commission CAUTIONED ** membership cards, accordingto be' available from any

Route No. 11. effective March 31, State Conservation Officer Walter Creal, publicity club member March 1st.
1967. James H. Schmidt and Flagler chairman.The .
Members voted' to
20 YEARS AGO sponsor
commltte in of
County Sanitation Officer charge
Jeanne '
The third high man elected Higginbotham In the
Betty Muzyka was the Master will serve the one year unex- CL Holly have Issued a reminder arrangements for the special Miss Bunnell High Contest
of Ceremonies at the Youth plred term, of Dave Perry. to the residents of dinner is composed of Mrs. Mrs. Higginbotham served
Council Saturday evening. A man. Flagler County that the approved Reynold Hoover, chairman, cake and coffee to 8 members
talking contest, to see who oyster area lies between Mrs: Lynn Clary, Mrs. Martin present.
No had at
one qualified
Fuelling, and Mrs. Gilbert
could talk the hardest and channel markers 97
,press time.FORMER Krler. Mrs. Hoover said that
longest was conducted with through 109 located In North BUNNELL
Johnnie Mae Sheffield and Flagler County.All members should bring silverware .
Allen MARINES the but no other table servo GENERAL HOSPITAL
Ray McDougal doing other areas of countyare
very well In this event. considered unsafe for the ice. Music for the occasion will ADMI'lTED-Ruth Wood, St.
They also had a quiz show URGENTLY NEEDED harvesting of shellfish by the be furnished by Mr. and Mrs.J. Augustine; Ted Novak, St.
and Dede Reynolds won six Gunnery Sgt. Joe Tidwell State Board of Health. Taking O. Bullard of Flagler Beach Augustine; Macey Ann Hewitt .
who have entertained the club
candy bars for her answerson Marine Corps Recruiter for oysters ot! clams from other St. Augustine; Robert Gil-
Bible questions. Volusla and Flagler counties, than the approved area Is at other meetinks. yard, Bunnell; Emily Stefllk,
Naomi Hosford won 7 pointsfor announced that the Marine considered a misdemeanorand Bunnell; James Hicks, Bun
the BHS girls team when Corps has an urgent need for Is subject to fine or imprisonment BAND MEETING nell, Jamie Evans, Bunnell;
they played the Town Girls former Marines both men and THURSDAY P.M. Olivia Jackson, Bunnell; Julia
basketball team. Marie Muz women to reenlist The Serge A survey by the Board of All members of the Bunnell Lovelace, Bunnell; Arthur
yka was top scorer for the ant further stated that immediate Health states that "due to Band Parents are requested to Woodcock, Flagler Beach;
town team with 15 points. consideration will be drainage from cattle grazing attend a meeting of the association Margaret Woodcock, Flagler
given to those who qualify. lands subsurface drainage Thursday, February 2. Beach; Henry Shlll, Flagler
40 YEARS AGO from individual waste disposal The meeting will be in the Beach; Kyle Mobley, Deland;
The Farmers Manufacturing For further information contact facilities, and the remoteness Band Room at Bunnell High Myra Greshman, Ormond
Company of Palatka, an. Sgt. Tidwell at the Navy of the area from inlets School at 8 p.m., according to Beach.DISMISSEDGarner.
nounced they were opening a Recruiting Office at the Halifax which would permit the 'exchange Walter Wilkins, presidentMr. Sanders .
barrel shop at Haw Creek. Law Center, Holly Hill, on of waters ,by tidal ac. Wilkins said a good attendance Stephen Cowart, T. K. Me-
The firm dealt exclusively in Mondays, Tuesdays and tion" to be the prime reason is required to discuss Knight Melba Bembry Marie
pine barrels. Thursdays or call 423.1823 in for other areas to be considered the forthcoming eventsof Williams Jack Davis Reuben
The Quick Lunch Plao on Orlando. unsatisfactory. the band. Victors, David GraghenNamed

Railroad St was purchased by
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and Urwin Roza High Springs
from the owner C. E. Pelllcer.

The Flagler County Jockey to Honor Roll I
Club staged a feature card of
horse racing at Arnett Field.
Entries for the first race werea
steed owned by George 12th grades, Mrs. Gurnee Wesley Thomas. James Bryan, Marvin Clegg aId Herring, Charles Cowart, '
Leonardy and piloted by Clar. and Mrs. Brown: "A" Honor 10th Grades, Mrs. Barasa Leo Fleurle, Jack Collins, Davey Solomon.5th .
ence Leonardy, and a horse Roll Kathy Emery, Diana and Mr. Craig: "A" Nancy Douglas Dupont Patricia Grade Mrs. Morris and
"Baby Brown" owned by Dr. Price, Arthur McDaniel Bar Hargett Carol Lynn Townsend Harding Lyna Knight, Sharon Mrs. Murray: "r Chip
L. A. Carter and ridden by bara Pache. "B" Dennis Colleen Tucker Terry Padre, Janet Scott, Linda Brooks Cathy Mayfield Paula
Jack Dupont Clay Walton Cowart, Victor Rawlins, Brenda 7')wnsend.B Smith, David Stefllk MarkStrickland Kiwala. .
Second race entries were Hall, Ann Hugos John John Janet Cook, Maria Hu. Frederic Fruits, 4th Grades :Mrs. Towneend
"H. P. Platte" owned by Perry Most, Johnnie Ruth Miller gas, Hal King, Terry Lawton, Catherine Harris Daniel John and Mm. Mercer: "B"-Karen
Hall with Shounders as the Sandra Scott Janice Seale Linda Lingold, Clifford Taylor ston, Pam McDanlel Vicky Per Baker, Kathy Buckles, Susan
rider, was racing against Catherine Stanlsh Julie Wil- Gary Buckles, Sherry Cox, rift, Kay Ferryman Greg Robertson Clegg. lob Cowart Carole
"Sambo," a horse owned by kings, Dale Abbott Anne Carla Tucker. Betty Stefllk, Jay HardTn Leon Jones, Marcy
Leonardy and ridden by Clarence Bourne, Carol Fryman Pat 9th Grades Mr. Hanyen and Townsend, Elayne Tucker.7th Strickland, Eve Tucker, Rata
Leonardy. Unfold Linda D, Mr. Bayleae: "A"-Beth Math- Grades, Mr. Hein and Wadeworth, Randy Herring
Hugh Rogers Skoiar erly; "B" Faye Hutcheaon, )(ra. Beaeley: "A"-Llla Allen Jenny MoFarland, Jan Revels,
JACK: Sparkman. Linda Church, Rebecca Dur- Nancy Oreal Jeff Taylor. "B" Jay Rodgers, Dottie Tucker.
LB3WS6EN RESIGNS AS 11th Grade Mrs. Brooke and r noe, Barbara Wlleon, Evan -Mary Cook :Mike Rawlins,
CLAIMS JUDGETho Mr. Hafdin. "A" Tony Pat Yelvington Janet Halnes, Denise' Tucker, Kenm Tucker, NOTE: To ,be on the "A"
+nr L. Lama on has lee tar; "B" Sue Broadway Jeanne Higglnbotkani, Ann Kann Clegg, Craig Costa: Honor Roll a student moat
signed as Judge of the Small Hewitt Dupont Trudy Hall Meekin Debbie Johnston, Katie Me- have an average of 9&0 to
Chime Court. Lenesen'a rejig- Peggy Mtadnne, VIdde Moor, 8th Grades, Mr. Taylor and Farland, Sue Ellen: Seals, Kenneth 100. To be on the "B" Honor
nation became effective De- Sharon Patrick, Bobbie PrIce, Mrs Mlddleton: "A" -r Minnie Taylor, Stella Weaver. Roll a atuoent must have an
oerafcer 31, 1966. He held the Eleanor Shlll, Jo Anne Wilson DeeD, Judy Patty Kirk Robertson 8th Grade, Mm. Tonkin average of ..0 to 919 and no
y8K, 'tot two years. Linda Knight Ray Knttz: ; "B" Sandy Abbott, "B" Barbara Cowart, Ron grade lower than 80.


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FLAGLER TRIBUNE TIIURSN FEB. 2. 1967 .,,.I.. 't.. /I"SI\, Block "/.", Section 11. Township 1 .at. page Clerk nln of the the office Circuit of I

and fa the ,ctb day of March. II Hw II 1toK.t.nr't." Court In and for FUgUr ,
19b7 at the :main .entrance of the according to;plat,of OBunnellDevelopment County Florida
Fishier County Courthouse, Bun- Company? >. recorded -
milt) JHlagler fflrtbunrINCORPORATED> LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN sell, Florida, between 11:00: A.M. In Plat, lwok 1 at Lots One (1) Two. (2) I
and 2:00 P.M., the undersignedwill I'age 1 of the public recordsof Three (3) Nine (9) "and Ten
: THR CIRCUIT COURT. 8EV- offer the tame for sale at Flagler County Florida= ((10) of Block "K. Lake
ENTII JUDICIAL COURT IN ,public outcry and will sell the and more particularly described Terrace Subdivision being nresubdlvlslon
DUNN LL. FLORIDA AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY same to the highest and best as follows: Begin- of Lots. 1,.. 2{ i
}'LOnmA bidder for cash. ning at the Northeast cornerof 3. 4. 12 and 13. Block C- E I
Civil, ACTION NO. S JOHN E. MAGUIRE SR. the said Tract 12, as a Section 14 Township 12 1
SHARON SYKES HADDEN United States Marshal point of reference and run South, Range 30 East, as
Editor and Publisher Plaintiff Feb. Z-9-16-23-4tc ning thence South 1 degree shown by Map of Lake Terrace i
JAMESTHERMAN 26 minutes 15 seconds East Subdivision filed in the I
BETTE S. McDANIEL + IUDDEN.I along the East line of the office of the Clerk of the I
News Editor Defendant. J.EGAL: ADVERTISEMENT said Tract 12 a distance of Circuit Court for Flagler I
NOTICE TO APPEAR t to the point of County, Florida in Plat Book 1
AND ANSWER IN TILE CIRCUIT COI'RT !! EV11TH beginning of this description 1. Page 47 formerly Page
Designated newspaper for all IN THE NAME OF THE STATE \ JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ; thence continuing South 42 of said Plat Book 1. EX-
Legal Advertising OP 1IEkMAN AND FOR FLAGLEIt COUNTY, 1 degree 26 minutes 15 seconds CEPT that portion deeded to
TO: JAMES HADDENYou FLORIDA East along the said the State of Florida for high-
are hereby notified thata CHARLES ANDERSON. JR. East line a distance of 123.86 way purposes.

Entered as second lass matter a suit has Wurtg /* Plaintiff feet to the Northerly boun- that on the 6th day of March,
you In the I C Seventh dary of the 50 foot right of AD. I96- between the legal
February 6, 1913 at the post- Judicial Circuit, FlaglerCounty. MARIE ANDERSON way of the Old Brick Road: hours of sale, namely 11:00
office at Bunnell. Florida, under Florida, by SHARON Defendant. thence North 78 degrees 59 o'clock in the forenoon and 2:00
Act of March:: 3, 1ST 6. SYKES HADDEN. Plaintiff, and CIVIL ACTION NO. 21 minutes 15 seconds West o'clock In the afternoon on said
you are hereby required to file NOTICE TO APPEAR along aaidistanceerof boundary day. at the Flagler County
personally or ,by attorney with AND ANSWER 102.39 Courthouse In
the Clerk of said Court your TN feet thence North 1 degree anticipated
THE NAME OF THE ; Florida: (
One Year .._.........._.__$2.50 answer or defenses to the Complaint STATE OF FLORIDA 26 15 seconds west.' County time of, this sale 11.00: A.M.) I
Six Month _.....___."1.25 In said suit on or before TO: MARIE ANDERSON a distance of 1000 feet: will offer for sale and sell to
the 10th day of February, A.D. 7125 GAGE AVENUE thence North 87 degrees 32 the hlgnhest bidder, for cash in
1967, and also to serve a copy COMMERCE. CALIFORNIA minutes 80 seconds East a hand the above described real
of your answer or defenses up- You are hereby notified thata distance of 100.0 feet to the said Defendants
,LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT on Messrs. Osslnsky and Krol suit has been brought against point of beginning of this propertiestaxes, prior mortgages
Attorneys for the Plaintiff, at you In the Circuit Court of Volu- description. Bearings are referred and liens If any to satisfy said
ly, TUFT CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH their offices at 411 Main Street sla 1 County Florida' by to the Magnetic Me- execution. .
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Daytona Beach Florida, on or CHARLES ANDERSON, JR., and ridian with no variation off- P. A. EDMONSON
AND FOIl FLAG LEI' COUNTY, before the 10th day of February you are hereby required to file set and parcel containing as Sheriff of Flagler County
FLORIDA. A.D 1967 as required by personally or by attorney with 0.26 acres.
CIVIL ACTION 7 DIV. A. the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure the Clerk of said Court, your Lots Twenty-three (23) and
COLLIE MAE WEBB and herein fall not or a written defenses if any, to the Twenty-four (24) In Block ALFRED E. HAWKINS
Plaintiff Decree I'ro Confesso and Final Complaint In said suit on or be- Nine (9) (3-F) Fuquay Subdivision Attorney for Plaintiff
vs.DAVID Decree will be entered against fore the 3rd day of March, A.D. of the Town of 121 South Rldgewood Avenue
n. WEBB JR., you by default. 19S7, and also to serve a copy of Flagler Beach Florida; as Daytona Beach Florida
Defendant. You are further notified that your written defenses upon per map thereof In Map Book Feb. 2916234t0NOTICE
the name of the Court in which Messrs. Osslnsky and Krol 411
said suit has been Instituted is Ma.lnStreet.. Daytona Beach,
TO: DAVID B. WEBB JR. the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Florida on or before the 3rd day
whose residence and addressIs Circuit of Florida In and of March. A.D. 1967 as requiredby
: for Flagler County and that the the Florida Rules of Civil
Faye Avenue title of said suit Is as herein- Procedure and herein fall not or
Ken More Park above set, forth. Decree Pro Confesso and Final
Seaford. Delaware 19973 You are further notified that Decree will be entered againstyou
You are hereby required tofile the nature of said suit la a suit by default.
with I the Clerk of this Court for divorce a vinculo matrl- That the name of the Court In
your Answer to the Complaintfiled monll and the permanent care which said suit has been instituted -
herein against you in the custody and control of minor Is the Circuit Court Seventh Notice is hereby given that a municipal election
above entitled cause on or before child. Floridaa.
Judicial Circuit of
the 10th day of Februa.rYi WITNESS my hand and seal in and for Flagler County Flor- will be held in the City of Bunnell, Florida, on
1967, and of office at Bunnell Flagler ida and that the title of said
upon JOHN SPENCER{ ROBINSON County Florida, this 9th day of cause Is as herelnabove set forth. Tuesday, the 7th day of March, A. D. 1967,
plaintiffs attorney herein January A.D. 1967.GEORGE You are further notified that
whose address Is 101 Seabzreeze M. MOODY the nature of said suit Is a suit for the purpose of electing three City Commis-
Boulevard Daytona Beach Flor- as Clerk of the Circuit for divorce.
ida. The "FLAGLER TRIBUNE"is Court of Flagler County WITNESS my hand and seal of sioners. All persons desiring to have their
hereby designated as the Florida office 'at Bunnell Florida this
newspaper In which this order (Official Bye/e// 30th day of January A.D. 1967. names printed upon the official ballot as candidates
shall be published week Joyce Patrick
once a GEORGE M. MOODY as Clerk
for 4 consecutive weeks. HEREIN Deputy Clerk. of the Circuit Court of Flagler are required to pay to the City Clerk of
FAIL NOT OR A DECREE OSSI sk and Krol County Florida
PRO CONFESSO WILL, BE ENTERED Attorneys for Plaintiff By JOYCE PATRICK, said City, with whom he qualifies, a filing, fee
AGAINST YOU FOR 411 Main Street
SUCH FAILURE.The Daytona Beach Florida. (CIRCUIT COURT Deputy SEAL)Clerk of five per centum (5% ) of the annual salaryof
nature of this suit Is a bill Jan. 12-19-26 ftb. 2 4tc. OSSINSKY AND KROL
for divorce. Attorneys for Plaintiff the office of City Commissioner of said Cityon
WITNESS my hand and seal 411 Main Street
at Bunnell, Flagler County Flor LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT; Daytona Beach, Florida or before 12:00: o'clock noon, on the 24th
ida this 11th day of January, Feb. 2-9-16-23-Hc

(Official Flagler Seal) County Florida CIVIL ACTION NO. 4 Notice is further .given that the registrationbooks

By Deputy sJoyce Clerk Patrick l-12-4tc WILCHA Plaintiff IN AND JUDICIAL FOR FLAGLER CIRCUIT of the City of Bunnell, Florida, are now

VI. COUNTY, FLORIDA open for registration of voters to and includingthe

Defendant. 24th day, until 12:00: o'clock noon of Feb-
FLAGLEH COUNTY,. FLORIDA c/o Mrs. Bertha Martin 221 CHLOIS DECKER and ruary, A. D. 1967.
Cornell I Avenue, Pittsburgh, MARLYN DECKER his wife
No. R380 Pennsylvania. Defendants.
GEORGE o"'BEVANS FIED that an action for divorce THAT I P. A. EDMONSON, AS (S) :Mrs. Nancy C. Rodgers,
has been filed against you and SHERIFF OF FLAGLER ", I. '
Defendant you are d to serve a copy COUNTY. FLORIDA, by virtue City Clerk, City of Bunnell, '"
of your defenses, if any, a certain Writ of Execution
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: to It on C A. of heretofore Issued out of the Circuit Florida.
GEORGE G. BEVANS whose the law firm oYI'Kr ieyrvl fl- Court, Flagler County Florida -
address and place of resi- cent & Pyle, attorney for the on the 6th day of January, feb. 2.9-16-23-4tc.
dence is
unknown. plaintiff whose address Is 42 A. D. 1967 I have levied upon
You h.e hereby notified thata South Peninsula Drive Daytona and taken Into my custody the
suit I filed against you Beach Florida, and file following described) real propertyas
in the above entitled cause; and the original with the Clerk of the property of CHLOIS
you are hereby required to file the above styled Court before DECKER and MARLYN DECK-
your answer with the Clerk of on or Bit his wife, the Defendants
February 15, 1967 otherwise
: -
this Court, and to serve a copy I a Decree Pro Confesso located In Flagler County Florida -
thereof upon the plaintiff orplaintiff's I may be entered against you for and described as follows to-
attorney whose name the relief wit:
demanded In the
and address is: plaint. Being the West 150.0 feet of
CHARLES J. LUKE II WITNESS hand the Last 250.0 feet of Tract NOTICEYou
my and the
260 North Rldgewood 1''
Avenue seal of said Court on '' Block "A" of Section 11.
Daytona Beach Florida 32014 9th 1967. Township 12 South Rane'iQ

not A. D.later, 1967.than February 25th, GEORGE M. MOODY Bunnell East according to plat of are hereby notified that the Tax Assessor

If you fall to do 10, decree pro By As Clerk Joyce of Patrick Said Court pany recorded Development In Plat Com-Book or his'assistant will be present in the various pre-

confeaso will be entered against As 1 at Page 1 of the Public cincts on the day and
Deputy Clerk. hour
you for the relief demanded In Jan. Records of Flagler County shown below, for the
the bill of complaint. The nature 12-19-26-feb, 2-4tc Florida and more Particular purpose of receiving tax returns Real
of said suit being: forDIVORCE ly described as follows: Beginning and on Personal
LI2GAL ADVERTIsriMHJVT at lhe.Northeast corner Intangible Property, and applications for Home-
WITNESS my hand and seal of Tract 12, stead and other
of said Court this 20th day of 8eal :(bids' S FOIl 1IIDS Block "A" as a point of ref- exemptions :
January A. D. 1967.IEORGE will be received In erence and running thence
( M. MOODY, the office of the City Clerk of Mouth 87 degrees 32 minutes
Clerk of said Circuit thrl City of Bunnell, Florida* In 30 seconds West, along the Precinct No. 1-Bunnell, Tax Assessor's Office .
Court Civic Center Building until North line of the said Tract Friday. February
(Official Seal) 4:30: p.m.. on the 20th day of 12 lock "A" a distance of 3, 8:30 A. M. to 12 Noon.
By /1/ Joyce Patrick February A. D. 1967. for con- 100 feet to the point of beginning -
Deputy Clerk struction of a total of S6S ft. 6 of this description'thence Precinct No. 4-A-Bunnell
:Jan 6. Feb. J, 9, 16. 1967. 4to In. of'sldewalks using ready mix continuing South 87 Masonic Lodge.: Friday. February -
concrete of 3.000 Ib. test. Sidewalks degrees 32 minutes 30 seconds 3. 1:30 P. M. to 230P. M.
LEGAL AMVEUTISHMHNT to be 4 ft. wide 4 In. West along the North
thick strike every 4 ft. Sidewalks line of the said Tract 12.
NOTICE to be located on the east Block "A", a distance of 150 Precinct No. 2-Flagler Beach City HalL
THE CITY COMMISSION of Hide! of'N. Pine St. from E. Moody feet, thence South 1 degreo Monday. February -
the City of Flagler Beach Florida Blvd. to R. Lambert Ave. (a 26 minutes 15 seconds East a 6. 9:00 A .M. to 12 Noon
will hold a public hearing total of 3365" and along the distance of 279.94 feet to the
on Thursday, the 16th day of/ north and south sides of Civic Northerly boundary of the 50 Precinct No. 3-A-Parrot
February, 7, at 1:00: P. Center Building from west arches foot right dot way of the Old Village Monday. February 6. 1:30
the City IIa l at Beach to Side doors (a total of 119'). Brick ; South 78 P. M. to 2:30 P. M.
Flagler County Florida to hear. The City Commissioners re- degrees 59 minutes 15 seconds -
testimony and receive *evidence :1fve right to reject{ any and East along said North- Precinct
from any interested persons I and to any informalities erly right of way boundary No.5-Espanola. County Polling Building.
\ In bidding a distance of 153.59 feet
concerning the establishment of : February 7. 10:00 A.
a permanent bulkhead line WITNESS mlot hand and offi thence North 1 de 26minutes M. to 11:00 A. M. -
Atlantic cial seal day of January 15 seconds West, a
rJoe corporate limits of Shore A. I). 1967. distance of 315.72 feet to the Precinct No. 3AKorona. White
CIO Flagler Beach Florida. /S/ C. B. EUenbach, Mayor point of beginning of this Eagle. Tuesday. February
7. 2:00
CTTEBTity of description. P. M. to 3:00 P.
The hearing will continue from Bunnell Florida Bearings are rsferred M.
day to to the Meridian
day until all
wishing to be heard have persons had / Nancy C. Rodgers City Clerk with no variation' offset Precinct No. 3-Haw
Feb. 2-9-2 tc and
an parcel containing 1.03 Community Hall.
opportunity to be heard. All Wednesday.
exhibits offered In evidence must AND acres ALSO February 8. 10:00 A. M. to 11:00 A. M.
be in triplicate I
( the permanent property of the Block Being a A,part Section of Tract 12 of Precinct No. 4-St. Johns
City of Flagler Beach, Florida. IN TifF UNITED STATUS DIS 11. Township Park. Community Hall. Wednes.
12 South
Any person desiring to be heard TRICT Range 30 day. February
be COURT FOR TUB East and mare particularly 8. 2:00 P. M. to 3:00 P. M.
represented by an attorney MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLOR described
as follows
at law. IDA. : Beginning -

Signed: Helen City l N&'iic.Beal) THEODORE NO. 6ff-aftP-Clv-J of Tract; at the 12 Northeast of Black A corner and The Tax Laws
PIBCHOCINBKI, require that
running thence file
Dated January S you a return on
1nl9J.Zb. Plaintiff. 1 28 minutes 15 seconds Personal and Intangible
Jan. 19-88 Iree Personal
2. 3tc
STATE along the East line of Property regardless -
FLORIDA of the
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT a corporation PAVING INC., the said Tract IS, a distanceof amount, before April Ut and I
339.58 feet to the Northerly quired to aeeesa am re-
a ten
IN THE COUNTY boundary, of 50 foot percent Penalty upon
t JUROsM OF SALE of t" failure to do
the Old so.
\\r COURT IN MID Notice la hereby given that Back Road thence
; North 78
La18I OOVNTY '" pursuant to writ of
execution issued
I'+ B.A... In the above court on December West, -:} :teatt 15 seconds All applications for
In Re: Estate said exemption
I; B. W. JOHNSTON: United alt .tfllia: the undersigned has levied right tance of of way 102.89 boundary feet ,thence a dis filed before April 1st. The Tax AIeeIIor'1 must also be
; O lee
Deceased. upon all of the right title and North from 8 II
I .: degree 26 minutes open :00 A. K.
Interest to
of 12
NOTICE TO CRBD1TOM8 Florida State Paving II seconds west, a distance of :00 Noon and 1:00
Pursuant to Section fll..., Inc.i In and to the following described nB.7l feet to the North line P. K. to 4 :80 P. M and we will lH

f;, Florida Statutes, notice Is hers- hisgler CountyFlorida property, located in of the said Tract IS; thence you, if pOllible. glad to assist
by to wit: North IT
given that an order JIM been 1 degree'* 32 ninnies
entered by this court declarlfts I'!!tUe loading 10 seconds East, along said
-* 'itrBitloiiof the estate ?! m"-Mib&1t hopper Worth line, a distance of

." JOHNSTON as unaeees- I ttaa-E 1M.O feet to the point af beginning Respectfully,

1 k tt No. 1..1111I .. of refer ripti DONALD R.
dly govern yourself *(I- rlnfrs are to the MOOMt
g'F. 1 ll rW.c7No.Z' nMtU :Meridian with nor ,
'- /-/ r x. MCKNIGHT 1 oil burner, consisting!fli of' 5 ation offset 0.75 and parcel Tax2THE Asrea.r

Jan r -liftdfb. S 4tc. with tanks crude(V large oil and S small). acres, JIta. ...,. ..... ,
pumps Being a part of Tract 12 of :. .

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BAD CHECKS celebrate Boy the Scouts$7th anniversaryof of America C liii 0 1 C E c Western (Center Cut)

Beginning Feb. 1, 'bank customers their organization: February
can expect to get unpaid 7 to 13. Today there are over escwINc..
checks back from their five and three-quarter million Pork Chops
banks one to three days soon. scouts In the United States .
er. alone. Scouting Is dedicated to
Florida banks will begin a teaching boys how to do
plan to speed return of bad things for themselves andothers. Ib163 i
checks. Checks which are, for .
any reason not paid by the Working to build friendshipand
bank on which they are understanding betweenthe
drawn will be returned direct. peoples of all countries
ly to the bank where first de. scout associations of 86 na U. S. D. A. Choice ,
posited. tions now coordinate their efforts "

Robert- M. Brice Jr., Chairman World through Conference.the Boy Althougheach Scouts CHUCK ROAST .. lb. 49'ohs !
of the Florida Bankers national association Is "
Association Practices and Pro. a
Independent In Its organization
cedures Committee and Ice and methods the World U. S. D. A. Choice >
president.First National Bank Conference works to establsh "1f
Orlando said: "We expect the common ground In thinkingand *
plan to cut as much, as three action among all Its CHUCK STEAK Ib. 59'Lyke's
days from the time It has pre. member associations. One of
viously taken to return unpaid the major highlights of 1967
checks via normal check chan will be the Twelfth World "SUGAR CREEK" SMOKED 6-8 lb. Avg. SLICED FREEPICNICS
nels. Reducing this time lag Jamboree !to ,be held at Farra- I
should materially reduce gut State Park In Idaho next '
losses experienced by ,bank August.The first to take placein !
customers and banks on re- the United States It will lb. 39
I turned checks. The new plan bring together more than 15-
will also give banks more con. 000 scouts from 100 free na ,
trol over the problem of check tions. Although (they will
kiting'." speak many dozens of different .
The procedure is really sim languages and come from Western SELECT Small MeatySPARE .
pIe. Instead of routing bad widely varying religious eco-
checks through channels un nom I c and cultural back. BEEF LIVER RIBS
paid checks will be mailed directly grounds they will for a time
back to the bank where share common experiencesand lb. lb.
first deposited The Implemen pleasures and be united 4ge It- 5ge
tation of this system was facilitated In the purpose of building
by provisions of the world friendship.In .
Uniform Commercial Cod the work they are doing

which Florida on became Jan. 1,1967.effective In the Boy and Scouts support deserve of all the of respect us. Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D ((2-2 i/2lb. Avg.) (WHOLE) LIMIT 2 PLEASE

Last year the plan to be Building character in boys today .
used was !tested for a six shapes men of whom all
months' period by 42 banks in ithe world can be proud tomor lbm 29

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Choice CUBED STEAK 8ge I
I Juicy lb......_.................................

LI.tI... under this heading ere S rents per word each InaertUB. Campbell's 16 oz. Can

Hackney Used Clothing and DOZIER WORK, CALL 437-
Furniture Bunnell. Itp. 3669. MARTIN HARDING OR SUGAR
JIMMY SNYDER. 1-12-to 5.26p Duncan Mines 19 oz. Pkgs.
Walnut dining room table For $ .
$12; small rocking chair $3.50; MISSING: Airedale dog camel CAKE MIXES 3 I: S Ib.
Roper gas range $12.50. Jerry's color mixed with black and Bag 3ge
Furniture and Appliances Old grey. Answers to name Chris. Blue' Plate Quart Jar
Dixie Hwy., 2 miles south of ty. Missing since Jan. 25 In Ea. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Korona. Phone 4373752. Flagler Beach area. Reward ,MAYONNAISE 4ge
Feb. 2, ltc offered. Contact Mrs. Mike

WANTED IMMEDIATELY Stefllk 439.2448 or 4373443. Armour Star (with Beans)
Feb. 2, TF.
Man woman to supply 300
with Rawlelgh CHILI 3 $100 Joe Crain's Grade "A"
consumers SPINET PIANO, must transfer Cans
products In Flagler Co. or Will consider EXTRA
next 15 days.
Bunnell. Can earn $50 weekly responsible local party onlyto Blauckburn 5 lb. Jar LARGE EGGS
part lime $100 and up full (take over payments. To. inspect SPECIAL Ea.
time. Write Rawleigh, Fla. write: Phipps Piano Co., SYRUP 4ge Z Dozen $4fOO
360-336 Memphis Tenn. 1808 3rd Ave., No., Birmingham
1.5.19-2.2.9 4 tp. Alabama. Feb. 2, Itc Limit 2 Doz. with $5.00 or more food

FOR SALE-2 acres with 170 order
feet frontage on Route 100 FOLGER'S
All work guaranteed. Bill Fry.
East of Bunnell. Good business
site. Low cash price. SEE man 308 N. Anderson St.
Inc. Jan 26 to Feb. 16th 4tp. COFFEE
Realtors 109 S. Railroad FOR RENT-Furnished or unfurnished
Bunnell. Fla. Ph. 4373282FOR two bedroom duplex Mrs. Smith's STRAWBERRY-BANANA

SALE-Reduce safe, simple apartment. Good condition lib. 470 LEMON PIE 13 oz. $..00
screened porch and carport. CHOC. 3
with GoBese Size..ll.
and fast
Call 4373304. Feb. 2, Itc. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
tablets. Only 98c at your
drugstore. Jan19Apr. 6.12tcSPARE \ WANTED-Manager for fruit Frosty Acres 6 oz. Can

TIME INCOME and gift shop In Korona. Must ORANGE JUICE 7 For $,*00
Refilling and collecting mon be at least 45 years of age FRESH PRODUCE -
sober reliable. Apply Casper'sFruit
ey from NEW TYPE high Market U. S. Hwy. No.
4 lb. BagAPPLES
quality coin operated 1. Ormond Beach Fla. 2.2-itp
In this area. No. selling.To B" 49C PET EVAPORATED
qualify you must have car SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain
references $600 to $1900 cash. fields Installed; Rota-Roter M- ILKPOTATOES
Seven to twelve hours weeklycan snail, shell. Reasonable prices. U. S. No.1
net excellent monthly In. Call George Jarosz 437.3410 ". Tall
come. More Interview full time.write Forpersal 8-1-tf 10" 49C 7 Cans $100

STUfiKEY'S DISTRWtrnflG: We need listings on homes 1 lb. Bag CelloCARROTS. Limit 7 cans with $5.00 or more food
COMPANY, 6162 E; Mockingbird and acreage.-SEE Bag order
Suite 100 Dallas Texas BARKER & WILSON. Inc., 100
75214. Include telephone num Realtors 109 S. Railroad !
ber. Jan. 26 Feb.: 216 4tp .......IL Fla. Ph. 47-3182 Ii.i I II I



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: ,. ., P..... 417-3127 I j
n'' 437-3394 / OPEN SUNDAYS I
U.S.. No.1 $WtNZIji..
,. .-00' '.' ..' .,, ..I ',' fttQO ..MUfnltOOl. p.m
"or' V- Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good February 2, 3, 4, 5 and S, 1 M7BANK

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; : Community The Ladies Memorial Guild
d5eacn :' will serve a fried

: supper Thursday (
act ginning at 6 p. m. in

lowship Hall of the

located on S. ,
WILSON-FRYE Mr. and ;Mrs. Frank Brede There is no charge,
were the luncheon guests of will offerings are
ENGAGEMENTThe Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Traverin The Guild met at
Deland Saturday Saturday of Mr. and Mrs.
of Miss
engagement afternoon the' foursome visit. ten last Thursday I
Wilson of Saint
Christy Lynn
Augustine to Mr. Jack Frye of ed in Orartge City with Mr. attendance. Mrs.
is announcedby and Mrs. Maurice Lageman.Dr. was a most
Saint Augustine
Mrs. Wm. Cummins
her parents, Mr. and Mrs.'
in Guild
Claude Wilson 6 Hope St., and Mis. Robert Frae- as
with Mrs:
Saint Augustine. The prospective Lich and children, Columbia,
President and Mrs.
bridegroom is the son Mo. spent the weekend at

of Mrs. Rosa Lee Mallon, Flagler Beach with' her aunt the Haines officers as secretary for the
Apalachlcola and Mr. James and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Jasper
Rev. R. W. Dickert
Frye, Columbus, Ga. White. The Fraelichs flew to
down in their plane
Miss Wilson attended Bun group for their
for the visit.
nell High School and is pres. ers and cards in his home.'e"
ently empolyed at the Village during his recent
Inn Restaurant In St. Augus Many people are still un is back in the

tine. ,Her fiance attended St. aware of Flagler Beach's new. each Sunday

Augustine High School and is est recreation area, Ocean ing 'a message at
now working for Diesel Engine Palms golf course, on south o'clock. Sunday

Sales in St. Augustine. AlA. People from Flagler venes at 9:45 a.m.

Wedding plans will be an County and many visitors for all ages. There ,
nounced later. have been enjoying beautiful, church business

1 sunny golfing days at the lowing the supper
MOODY SPEAKS TO course. A Flagler Beach resident

Mr. Robert Wallace, GARDEN CLUB
SCOUT TROOP quoted some Connecticut visitors
as saying that the Ocean The Flagler Beach
Moody, Jr. spoke to
George Palms was one of the finest Club- will meet
members of Scout Troop 495 ,
golf courses in :the Daytona ruary 7th at 1:30 p.
on aerodynamics and aviation Beach area and that the home of Mrs. Martin

at their regular' meeting on greens were large and well with Mrs. Alice

Tuesday, January ,24th. designed. But don't take their hostess.
Moody told the group that Mrs. Otis Magee,
word for it, why not see for
"aviation today presented ? will preside. Mrs. t
wonderful opportunities in a Cabe, program
variety of types of vocations." ports the program
,He also stated "That trans Mr. and Mrs. James Pear- surprise.Mrs. .
porting frieght by air and ston from Unionville, Conn.,

space travel to other planets and Mr. and Mrs. William V. W.

may open numerous opportu- Pearston from West Hartford, daughter, Janet,
nities in the future." Conn., are visiting this week visitors in Cocoa
Fifteen scouts were presented with Mr. and Mrs. Lyman John R. Galbraith. !

with model airplane kits Gage on North AlA. there they also

following the lecture. Mrs. Georgia

Wednesday afternoon Mr. Sunny Pines nursing .

WOMAN'S CLUB W. T. Carlton, of the Erosion .., I
ANNUAL AUCTION Board and the Conservationand <. '. .'r'.. ;; .:,
Beautification Depart. ;;: ,
Woman's Club I membersand ment for the State of Florida, ;: "

friends are busy search spoke at the Flagler Beach t : 'i'' \ '

ing their !attics 'for articles to .Hotel. All citizens interested .. , ,,

sell at ,the annual "Country" in the beautification: and conservation 'I ; 'I',;{..'It-..,,fii". I, ., .,,.,. ..... ,(". .., '
Auction to be held on Thursday of the ocean frontof .,, .; 1I"j;.. '"'t: "
Feb. 9th, beginning at our city- were/invited: to.. .,::.... \ f i'j' # ;4"; j" "' ''IJ \ .,
7 p. m. at the Woman's Club attend. .' Ii' 1 ". -0' :
building, 1524 South Central ",- "r' T '..
Ave. A is being, plan. f .
program Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cochran I ,
ned under the direction of 'h'
from Elkin N. C. { >:
were over* ,
Mrs. Francis Bishop of Springfield
night guests of Mr. and Mrs. \ ;; ,
Mo., who is a sister of '
clubwoman, Mrs: Jasper Les Waterman Monday. "., t I : + 'k I'of .

White. ,
There will be no charge and SECOND GRADE rO
f ',"-,'"
. refreshments will be served. PRESENTS PLAY e2 .y
The public is cordially invit The Second Grade of the x ':-ter.! _" "
ed.Ways Flagler Beach Elementary cr. -

and Means chairman School presented a play, "The u J fps ., ; ;;':
Mrs. V. W. Haines asks mem Painted Pig", to students and .
bers to please bring their articles parents Tuesday afternoon. '"'I :!..A
to'the business meeting The play was 'about Mexico ,i, ',. '
luncheon to be enjoyed on and the students attired in ,
Wednesday, February 8th ait gay Mexican outfits rendered I '
12:30: p. m. when District DI. Mexican songs and performed i Y" (
rector, Mrs. N. Davis will be a dances in their "market place" : :: I
guest to answer questions of scenes. ,_ : : ... ::0..'
club members. Friends wish. The cast of characters were: ':t,.:: Sw >':

Ing to donate articles are ask Vicki Davis, announcer; Elea. .. .l
ed to contact Mrs. Jasper nor Baldwin, reader; Frank ,

White. Luncheon informationcan Reynolds, Pedro; Candace < ::,P .. :*
be obtained by calling Clay, Maria; Joe Miller, Tony ,\ ai
Mrs. Esther Heydt, program Parrish: Doug Thomas, Billy '. "'!
chairmen Bross and Steve Watson, Mer t ..''

chants at Market Day; Renee

Zamba, Vicki Davis, Shane
3 GAL. FOR $5.00 and Shawn Strickland, Peasants

QUALITY PAINT ; Brenda Decker, Tammie ,
see It made) Schultz, Melanie Smith: Owen

R. V. Yeoman, Ormond Beach Greene, Karen Parker, and
Corner Hand AY*. A V. S. 1 Deborah Arnold, Dancers. Mrs.
677.8020 9 a. m. till 5:30: Lee Bourne, the second grade'

, teacher, directed the play. DISCOVER the ease_ of

1 electric clothes

automatic Electric Clothes Dryer ends weather worries find wash. r

day drudgery. Pampers your clothes so everything comes out soft, : 1
1lu1I'y,fresh-eme11ing.Ideally suited for today noiron,no-presBttiradB
fabrics..and!t'.cheaper, too! '

t Add to your joy of modern electric Jiving with the HrnrTfm

Four: Dryer, Washer "oWown" Ironer, and supw-fest, uper- afG
; and BAR I
., E1ecIJo Water Heater.
', : Go brat Claw. .See .
appliance dealer
your today. .
3 miles north of the Flagler Fishing Pier on A-1A J '..". ,

Under New Management-Jack and Susie AbbottFeaturing


BASKETS Vf5 E ; A clean beak with the patt.FltRlftA .'

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RECIPE Mrs. H T. Cook has given
Tills Is the wildest of all the Flagler Beach Public Library
cakes. But it works! It was
a year's subscription to
sent In by Virginia Wads- i
worth, Boulder Cake Col. The Daughters Revolution of the magazine.American WE GIVE Quantity Reserved Rights :
Wacky :
Thanks to Mrs. George M. MET T S
Sift together 3 times: Itt Moody, Sr., many copies of **#
flour, 1
cups cup sugar, 3 The National
Geographic TOP Prices Good \
tablespoons cocoa, 1 teaspoon magazines of building and
baking soda, % Thurs. Fri. Sat. I
teaspoonsalt. gardening are added to the ,
Place in a greased 8x8 bookshelves. and Monday, 'J
Lately, some fine VALUE SUPER MARKET
baking dish. Make 3 holes. In
reference books were donated Feb. 2, 3, 4 and
the first put 1 vinegar
by Mrs. Peg Moody, according
In the second 1 6, 1967
; tea to
Dorothy Homons, librarian.! STAMPS
spoon vanilla; and in the More new ,books here are ,103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437-3201 !
third, 5 tablespoons melted Dune-Herbert, F. Science Fiction .
shortening. Over all this
pour end Prelude to Mars-
1'cup water.'Thoroughly mix. Clarke, A. C. D. Casella's "A -

ing. World of Bread," a cookbook, FLORIDA GRADE "A"
,Bake in a moderately hot has over"600 recipes for bread,
oven (375 F.) about 25 min culled from all over the world. '
utes. Top with your" favorite Also, The Sign of the Praying StewingCutup
frosting Tiger, Berman, Ben Lucien, HENS lb. 2S
HONORs Fiction and Pioneer Go Home
by R. Powell, a novel about
MRS. TAYLOR Florida. King Solomon's Ring-
The Flagler Nursing Council Lorenz, K. Natural Hist. Burmese Lb. $ 49

met at the home Jan.of 26 Mrs.for Days, Orwell, G. and STEWING HENS ..................................5 Bag................................... I
George Clegg on Lancers and Lanterns and
a luncheon. Guest of honor Lancers. -Thurber, James.
was Mrs. Louise Taylor, who BOSTON BUITPork
recently retired from the posi EUROPEAN ART SHOW
tion of public health nurse in TO SIXTH GRADE
Flagler county. The council Rev. E. Lester Stanton visited
presented Mrs. Taylor with a the sixth grade at Flagler Roast lbM 49
gift as a memento of the oc- Beach Elementary School
casion. Thursday and presented a
Those attending were Mrs. program 9n "European Art",
Louise Taylor, Mrs. L. H. according to W. E. Fennell,
Church, Mrs. Clarence Nelson, Jr., teacher and principal. Rev.
Mrs. Raphael Sturman, Mrs. Stanton showed forty slides Lean Meaty Select
M. C. Strickland Jr., Mrs. to the class and discussed the
Harrv McKenney, Marie Muz- pictures and the artists with PORK STEAK Lb. 550 BEEF LIVER Lb. 49C
zka, Mrs. Victor Cowart,, Mrs.E. the students.
W. Schmidt, Mrs. Bernie
Wilson, Mrs| Inez Crenshaw, METHODIST CHURCH NEWS O'LeanWHITE World's Best
Mrs. M. B. Fuller, Mrs. Keith On Monday the Methodist Lb. GROUNDStreak Lb.,
Lovell, Mrs. Mike Stef Ilk, Mrs. Mens Club executive board BACON 49C BEEF Z 9ge
William Patrick, Rev. and met to discuss plans for the
Mrs. Oliver Taylor and Mrs. next district Mens Meeting.. Capital (By Armour) Armour Star
George Clegg."CRESCENDOS". The district meeting will 'be SMOKED Lb. .
held in the Flagler Beach SAUSAGE 49$ CHUCK STEAK 59e
Church in April.
I SATURDAY NIGHT The paper drive for old Pork (Meaty) U. S. Choice
About 200 of
youths Flagler-
is still
Beach, Bunnell and' outlyingareas newspapers underway. Lbs. $ If have NECK BONES 5
packed the Civic Center zlnes you to be picked papers up or pleasetie maza- T.BONES Lb. '8e

dance floor on Saturday nightto them in bundles and call
Interpret the music of the Maxwell House (All Grinds)
4392441. The men are plan
rythm and blues band, "TheCrescendos"
from Jackson ning a pick up day this Sat. Lb.
ville. urday, Feb. 4th at 2 p. m. COFFEE 49Limit
Church School time is 9:45a.
No undesirable behavior was Tin
observed at the dance and a m. and morning worship at

better disciplined group could 11 o'clock with Rev. ReynoldHoover (1) with purchase of. $5.00 or more food order
not be found according to Ace minister.
Drummond, deputy sherff, and The Fellowship dinner Florida Grade "A"Large
Ed Schatz, recreation director. usually held the last Sunday
The Crescendo Band ceased in the month is postponed to
playing sharp at 12 o'clock Sunday, Feb. 12. Eggs 2 Doz1 9S
and the members and their Venture In Faith week
friends and fan club were entertained starts next week, Feb. 5th
at the home' of Mr. through 10th. There will be
and Mrs. Robert J. Wallace special services each night at Limit ((2)Doz.) Please
7:30: p. m. The Rev. Richard Food King (Quarters)
Howe of Jacksonville Garden
ROY'S City Church will preach all lLb.
Guaranteed to Kill Mildew
AIR CONDITIONERS Buzzy McKnight, son or Mr. (2)) with $5.00 or more food order
CARPENTER and PAINTING and Mrs. J. H. McKnight was
CALL AFTER 6tOO P.M. on the Deans list at Daytona
MR. B. BOND, Flagler Beach Beach Junior College for the Waldorf (Asst.) Campbell's
Phone 439.2275 P.O. Box 794 first semester. Buzzy had a Roll TOMATO Cans $-fiT 00
3.6 average for the semester. TISSUES 4 Pkg. 3ge SOUP 8

"Delmonte" Sliced Pillsbury

MARY CARTER PAINT PINEAPPLESunlite 3 No.Cans 2 $100 I Yellow-Chocolate-White CAKE MIXES

((303 Can)

STORENOW TOMATOES 6 Cans 9ge 3 For $100


:1-COUPON-1 1-COUPON-1 Vine Ripe Morton's Everfresh ((20 oz.)
Daytona Beach Florida i iVVVWWYWUVWWVW Daytona Beach Florida'vwiAvyvwvwwvw'
I Golden Yellow FRUIT. .

1-COUPON--1 1 COUPON 1; Lb ....*. lOc ,..
Everfresh (Reg. Size) -

Florida; Daytona Beach Florida For BREAD 5
Daytona Beach APPLES4BLb. 4ge 3 9ge Loaves 95f:



Gallon of Paint. No Bonus Stamps
1 Coupon
Without Coupons With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of

((1) Pan Ready Cut-up 3 Lbs. or more 10 Lb Bag U. S. No. 1

MARY CARTER r-tJi Fryer Chuck Raft Irish Potatoes

934 Mason Ave. 23-0111 Coupon Void After Coupon VoW After Coupon Void After
DAYTONA BEACH Monday, February, 1M7 M.HIay'eIwuary., IM7 Monday, Februay C, lIST


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Too Late ,! ii

AT D. B. J. C.

To Classify Dr. Horace E. Arment chairman 1 I "

of Humanities and musicat
at Russell Bat Daytona Beach Junior Col

lege will be the director of a Kneeling left to right,
Thank goodness the arts summer music workshop July Carla Tucker Nancy
and crafts have a Florida 12 through August 6 on the Hargett, Paquita Hugas, '
champion.In DBJC campus to be offered in Maria Hugas, Beth s
technical cooperation with the London Matherly. Back row
an age :
advances, big business and Symphony Orchestra.The standing, Barbara Wilson r
Mary Ann Steflik,
the aero space Industry are LSO will return !to Daytona
Brenda Carol
figuratively exploding on the Beach this summer for a
state' scene, we'd begun to Lynda Townsend Jean-
series of concerts. Symphony, Ie _
Hlgginbotham, Susan
wonder if perhaps culture,
members will staff the campus Peterson, Catherine
per se, was on the wane. workshop
Harris, manager and Sa
True,' Miami's Coconut. 150 Florida Junior college rita Bradley Coach.
Grove area has its spectacular sltudents, high school gradu-
spring art show as do communities ates and qualified high school
like Tampa, St. Pe- juniors and seniors may apply .. ,
of Trosby Galleries of Palm for the 5 week program.
Beach and Key West 'to namea Matriculated students may
few of the more artistically earn 4 semester hours of fully
! inclined.But accredited work in applied BUNNELL HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY TEAM
we wondered, has Flor
ida yet attained the major LSO members will instructin lJ' A
leagues of art, so to speak;. sight reading, Interpretation \ '... ,
or are our best easels still and provide exposure to i
I standing in sidewalk shows? band literature, demonstrate r'-' --'.' 'A 11;, *

(technique studies for solo, en-
\Ve found out answer behind -
semble and concert band.
the stately green facadeof

Trosby Galleries of Pam Local students will pay Standing from left to
Beach recently where a trim $32 for workshop attendance.Out right
middle aged gentleman witha of area students residingIn Coach Jack Harding, 4 4
I .'soft spoken presence has a Florida county not served Dan Cody John Cook,
succeeded in catapulting Florida by a public Junior college will Ray Krutz, and Jack
I to great zeniths in the art be charged $44 and $80 will Knight. ,
, world in the past 21 years. be charged students living Kneeling from left to 12r
These two decades have actually 14 3Q
outside the state of Florida. right: ,
whetted the gusto with Interested students may obtain Tony Parker, Daryle
which Milton E. Freshman, Information and applica- Britt, Jimmy McNab
connoisseur par excellence, tions by writing Dr. H. E. Walton Cowart, and Jim
continues dedicating his life's Arment, DBJC-LSO Workshop, my Harper. :
work to the arts and crafts. P.O. Box 1111, Daytona Beach, .j t
"They are an indispensable Fla.
I part of the human experience -
," 'he says. "They 'are
sional knowledge and experience
something each of us should
represented by Fresh.
strive to cultivate in ourselvesand
man, his officers and staff of
others, especially in these 12. '
modern times when man's BUNNELL HIGH B TEAM

ability to destroy appears. With the capable help of his 1
but Isn't greater than his son, Robert Freshman, Trosby
( .
ability to create. vice president, and son-in-law t
i, After the Freshman family ; :
Richard J. Ramus, secretary-
r, acquired the galleries in 1940 treasurer, the elder Freshmanhas
they have handed collectionsof traveled the world view .i
many' celebrated and national ing and acquiring famed art e x.
figures including that properties: The three principals t
of Robert Ripley of "Believe- have likewise rendered '
." It.Or-Not" fame, Florida's pioneer expert counsel to patrons
, tycoon, the colorful Henry around the globe. "'
, M. Flagler, whose collection "
. was found in an attic of the Anyway, back to our original ,
original Whitehall mansion in question, is culture on the Standing left to right,
" Palm Beach; the famed Rus wane? Says Freshman: "Why, Mike Durrance, manager
sell Firestone estate from certainly no! The arts and ; George Koczwanski,
Miami Beach, the Greek shipping crafts in Florida are explod- John McDanlel Henry
magnate, Stravor Niarch- ing, like our abundant sun Bowers, Charles Clegg, A
os and the lIaft Van Gogh shine!" Coach Buddy Taylor.

collection.The Florida has attained inter- Kneeling left' to right,
list of Trosby patrons is -national acclaim for its arts Mike Barber, Mike Rob. r
as voluminous as the profes- and crafts. inson Billy Jo Miller Ty



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7- FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS- FEB. :2. 1867 of domestic and wild crea does served a good purpose, HOW SWEET IT WAS
tures. safeguarding deer mothers,"
"Malnutrition is the No. 1 said Hayes. Horace Greeley said more
Deer Doctor natural cause of deer losses," The people were sold on It, than, "Go West young man,"
MEDICAREQUESTIONS Hayes said, "and comes from but now that the law works the National Geographic Society
overcrowding a range. There ap>l's+ the wPll-being of the says. He amplified his
andANSWERS Speaks .To U of F has been a population explosion deer, It's hard to unsell the advice: "Jf you strike off into
in deer herds, and since public. the broad, free West, and
make yourself a farm from
the continually increasingherd "Actually, thinning out the
Uncle Sam's domain
i is forced to overbrowse, herd through taking does will generous ,
you crowd nobody, starve
the food goes from short to Increase the deer harvest as
nationally known "deerdoctor" nobody, and neither you nor
Q. My wife and I are covered scanty reproductive potentials are your children need everbeg
from will
hit these accelerated, he said.
for medicare under social "
for something to do.
security. We also draw pensions speak to the University ofFlorida's animals, causing their physical 'To me, the numberof
from railroad retirement. pre-veterinary fraternity condition to fall and they fawns born Is less Importantthan
In case of sickness who do Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. become easy marks for parasites the number that live. A NOT A STRAIGHT LINEA
we notify? in McCarty Hall. or diseases," Hayes said. starved doe may have no milk great-circle track is the
Dr. Frank Hayes, a veterinary for her fawn and the lltle
He that the
A. You would want to con cooperative shortest distance between any
scientist at the thing starves to death.
tact the organization that wildlife study'group has two places on the globe, .the
Georgia and director of the "Few realize how fast ani-
handles railroad beneficiary tried to control herds by trapping National Geographic says.
medical insurance claimS. The Southeastern Cooperative and removing surplus mals Increase their popula- Aircraft leaving ,the United
Wildlife Disease Study for 11 deer but "that isn't the solu- tions. Almost half In a nor.mal -
Trevelers Insurance Companyis States for Europe head'north
states, will tell the Lambda herd are fawns," Dr.
tion. The accordingto
handling these claims and to fly the great-circle route.
Gamma Phi members of thesoutheast's. Hayes said.
the veterinarian Is
the office nearest this area is ,
new livestock industry
located in Orlando, Florida at doe hunting."A .
1516 E. Colonial Drive, 32807. white tailed deer. deer herd cannot be controlled TOPS FOR LONG TIME O. F, ALFORD
Your social security office'will While In Gainesville, he will by shooting bucks Registered
be glad to assist you in completing also /talk with Experiment alone. Gunpowder, first employedIn
your claim if you have Station veterinarians about "s tat e wildlife agencies battle in 1346, remainedthe Real Estate Broker
any difficulty.Q. the various disease study projects have suggested hunting does most deadly military ex. Bunnell Florida
underway and also about to manage the herds and plosive until 1902 when TNT
What is to prevent me his present work with cattle avoid overuse of a habitat," was introduced. A ..
from staying in the nursing tick fever control, accordingto he said. .Jir .
home the full 100 days for Dr. Richard E. Bradley, Stations However, he says, the public -- ----':'-

which medicare pays? As longas parasitologist who Is also refuses to permit It, "so BUDDY KNOX
I can pay my $5 a day to- advisor to the fraternity. the bloated herds lick !their .
ward the. bill for the last 80 Hayes' Interest in wildlife platters clean, starve, fall vic- .1 VotTR ({
days, does it matter how longI diseases came about a few tims to parasites and disease, jJJ
stay? years ago when he worked and venison rots in the ATLANTICDEALER
A. Your stay In the nursing with Jack Crawford of the woods."
home would be covered under Georgia Game and Fish Com- Dr. Hayes pointed out only
medicare only as long as your mission and others in develop several years ago that the HEATING OILS ICEBunnell
doctor determines that dt is ing the now-famous "dart reason for not killing does today HOME AND TRUCK AND
medically necessary thatis gun" which fires!: a hypodermic is purely sentimental."At INDUSTRIAL HOME
that your condition requiresthe syringe that injects an the turn of the century, Atlantic Service Station
kind of skilled nursingcare immobilizing substance into white-tails were virtually
that can foe' provided onlyin an animal. It is used to knock wiped out When restocking PIIONK 4:17-36.12: NIGHT 43!-8844
a nursing 'home.' Services out and capture many kinds began, the law against killing 24 noun WRECKER SERVICE MECHANIC ON DUTY.

under medicare must be restricted ..
to situations in which \

to treatment avoid overcrowding Is necessary and to CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. Flagler County Insurance

have room for others who do
need medical treatment and H. CRAIG. Funeral Director

full-time skilled nursing care. JOHN CAPO. Manager Agency Inc.

Q. Where can I find out ,
whether an extended care facility LADYATTENDANT
in this area ds participating CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED All Forms of Insurance

in the medicare AMBULANCES
gram? 105 North Bay Street -:. Phone 437-3171

A. In most cases your doctor Phone ID 7.3532 Bunnell, Florida 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTY
will know and, of course, .
the institution could tell you. 201 E. MOODY BLVD. -BUNNELL. FLORIDA .. BONDS
also has this infor
Our office -------

Q. I am in good physical
condition. I have check-ups
twice a year. Will medicarepay
for these check.ups?
A. No. routine physical
check-ups are not covered under
medicare.Q. i

I have been told that my
current illness will cost over
$2,00000 in doctor bills alone.Is .
there a limit to the amount:
my medical insurance will
pay each year?
A. No. There is no dollar
limit on the amount that can
be paid for necessary care. (,
There is a yearly limit however ". '

for the treatment of ,a -._,.,....""' -
condition outsde a I,
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hospital. You can get further II .
information on this subject J "
from office. ;' "
our ', ': .: ,,

Get answers to all your
social security and medicare
questions from our office at ;;
115 N. Ridgewood Ave., Day.
tona Beach, Fla. or call 253- ,;


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BIRTHDAYMr muudt ltitj/l. ,
/ and Mrs. Danny Johnston CHURCH SCHEDULE
entertained with a bar. School NcwA{

becue chicken dinner Tuesday All Flagler County Churches
evening at their home In are urged to mail in their
BImini, honoring their son Mr. Don Surbasick an amp schedule of regular weekly
Chip on his fourteenth birthday ateur archaeologist from Day. services. The Tribune will
tona Beach visited Bunnell
i | these week
carry every as a
1 Celebrating the occasion High School last week. public service.BUNNELL .
with /the hosts and guest of Mr. Surbasick showed manyof
honor were members of Boy 'his Indian spear points and '
I prehistoric bones ,that were FIRST BAPTIST
Dinner of Bob and Gene and Frances Bowers Scout Troop No. 472.
guests uncovered in the Florida Charles D. Anders, Pastor
Evelyn Cook Sunday were and Amorete Wells were in waters. Some of these were Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Elton Gould Jacksonville
Tuesday. the first School.
such specimens found
Skokle, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Edward HAS MEETING 11:00
'and are now being shown in a.m. Morning Worship
Espanola Neighbors'Club
Reynolds, Ormond Steve Cyzyckl was in Lake Smithsonian and other muse 6:30 p.m. Training Union.
Beach, Mrs. Evelyn Naughton City Wednesday where he underwent met Tuesday morning at ums. 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship.
Holly Hill, Mr. and Mrs. a checkup at the /the home of Mrs. Cliff Thompson Friday the science class saw Wed.: 7:30: p.m., Prayer
MikeCook., .,and Trad, Holly Veterans Hospital. Steve is for their regular meeting. Service.
an interesting film "Cos.
Roland Mr; and Mrs. Robert awaiting to transfer to ,the Club members made a contribution
mic ,Rays", which explained
Cook and Stephen, Gaines. Veterans Hospital in Coral to the March of PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
different particles in
many an
Dimes. Mrs. Thompson served
ville. Gables where he will under. Her. John Llngold. Pastor
refreshments to ten members
further medical treatment.
go present. The next meeting will Submitted by: Sunday School, 10:00: a. tn.
Cindy Durrance Worship Service, 11:00 a. m.
be at the home of Mrs. Joyce
Buddy and Myra Wadsworthand Edee Cowart, daughter of Life Liners Service, 6:30
daughter Cherry visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cowart Patrick. LETTERMEN SPONSOR p. m.
Hampton"Sunday" with his celebrated her seventh birth. BARBECUE Evening Evangelistic Service .
mother, Mrs. Frances Wads. day anniversary with a partyat PRESENTED The Lettermen Club' of Bun ,. 7:30: p. m.

worth.. t her home Sunday. Enjoying "Christian and Culture" was ,nell High School will sponsora
V I the occasion with Edee the program presented Wednesday barbecue Saturday, February FIRST METHODIST
Pvt. Mack Pelllcer spent the were 'her grandparents, Mr. morning at the 11 at the site of the old BUNNELL
weekend' here with his parents and Mrs. C. H. Cowart and Mr. lar meeting of the Womens regu race track on U. S. Hwy. 1 Her. Oliver Taylor. Pastor
J. B. and Naomi.Pelllcer.' and Mr:. R. W. Deen, Jr.. andh Society Christian Service at south of Bunnell. Serving will Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.
Mack is stationed in Fort h brothers, Chuck and' Rob the Bunnell Methodist Church. begin at 12 noon and continue Worship Service, 11:00 a. m.
Eustis, Va. with the US Army Cowan. Mrs. Cordell Robertson was in during the afternoon. Methodist Youth Fellowship,.

:'Reserve. charge 'of the ,program and Tickets may be obtained 6:30: 'p. m. .

I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. was assisted by Mrs. George from any Lettermen Club '
Mr and Mrs. A. L. Salt of L. Harris Sunday were Mr. Clegg, Mrs. Walter Cody and member at any of the'basket* ST. THOMASEPISCOPAL
St. Petersburg visited here and Mrs. George Moore of Mrs. Leona Knight ball games or may be purchased The Rev. Robert Stuart
last week with his daughterand Pierson and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lloyd Robertson gave at the gate on Saturday. Priest In Charge
son in law, Walter and Philip Whitely and son Mich the devotional.Mrs. Ticket prices are adults, $1.50 Morning Worship 11:30 a.m.
Laura Morris. ael of St. Augustine. George Clegg and Mrs. and children, $1.00. Church School 11:15: a.m.
Robert Cook, members in Proceeds from the event will Communion first Sunday of
Mrs. H. H. Murray, Mrs. C. charge of the cookbook committee go to the scholarship fund of each month.
B.. King, Mrs. Rem Murray Mrs. Z. G. Holland, Jr. and reported the final debton the club, and be awarded< to Three miles east of Bunnellon
arid Mrs. Ethel Lee Whitaker Mrs. H. T. Cook attended a the cookbooks had been the most deserving senior highway 100.
',- attended the antique show In luncheon meeting of the Sou. paid. graduate of the Lettermen
St. Augustine Sunday. them Dames of America in Hostesses were Mrs. Tom Club. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

Orlando Wednesday. While Holden and Mrs. ,Helen Sulli Flagler Beach
I LevI Brannam was in Fort there they visited with their Max HalL Pastor

t Pierce Sunday, to attend a aunt, Mrs. Mary Spencer. van.Mrs.. Louise Durshimer left CARD OF THANKSI Sunday School: 9:45.:

meeting of /the State Justice Friday for her home In Albany am sincerely grateful to Morning Worship: 11:00.
t of Peace and Constable Assn. Ernest and Clarise Taylor Ga. after a visit here all my friends and neighbors Evening Worship: 7:30.
, He was accompanied by Mrs. have as their houseguests her with her mother, Mrs. Nell for their cards, flowers and Wednesday Prayer" .Meeting, :
i JBrannam who visited with sister in law, Mrs. W. C. Lever Allen. Mrs. Allen accompanied prayers during my recent 7:30.: .

t friends in West Palm Beach Charleston, S.. C. and ,her her daughter home illness.
} and Lake Worth. niece, Mrs. Anita Williamsand and will remain for several Buddy McKnight OYSTER ROAST

,! t son David of Charleston. days visit. FOR VFW
.i I1 Friends of Mrs: Leroy Irwin CARD OF THANKS
will be sorry to learn she underwent May we take this methodof About'thirty VFW and Aux.
Martin Tucker and Bill iliary members and their
surgery last Tuesday expressing our Appreciation
t Mrs. Ethel: Holden attendedthe
lat the Flagler Hospital in St. Mlcklnlc of Maryville Col. to our friends and families enjoyed am oyster
\ Augustine. Her room nmber Is lege, Maryville, Tenn., spent Women's Symphony 19ochety's neighbors for their kind expressions roast Saturday evening at the
305. several days last week with fashion show at the Co of sympathy duringour home of Mr. and Mrs. Danny
Martin's parents, Leslie and quina Club Monday. Mrs. Hoi- recent bereavement.For Johnston In Biminl.METHODISTS .'
den was the guest of 'Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lenssen, Doris Tucker. Kay Tucker. the hospital visits, floral
and daughter Emily of J ; offerings and other kindnesseswe TO

San Francisco, Calif., have ar Mrs. Joan Atkinson. Mrs. Pvt. Neal Atkinson, US are deeply grateful.The HOLD REVIVALThe
rived for a visit with his 'Beatrice Cockrell and Mrs. Army, has been ,transfered to Family of First Methodist Churchof
brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Isahm Johnston visited in Or. Fort Sill, Oklahoma where he Dorothy A. Campbell, Bunnell,will hold a revival
Lenssen and Mr. and Mrs. lando Sunday with Mrs. Mary he is attending Officers Can the week of Feb. through/ 9.
Nick Lenssen. They are staying Spencer. Mrs. Mattie Pelllcer didate School. The Rev. Vernon Queen, pastor .
at Von Bulow Ranch returned home with them ATTENDS HELEN BENNETT of the Wildwood Methodist

while here. after several days visit with Ol NIX HING DINNER FRIDAY EVENING Church, will be the guest
I II Mrs. Spencer. Is Afl George Moody and Mrs. M. preacher. Services will beginat
Curtis and Naomi lagler County's favorite B. Fuller were in Orlando 7:30 each evening and the
f were 'In Tampa Wednesday fishing spots report little ac. Friday evening attending the public. Is invited. The services
i visiting with Thomas and Those from Bunnell attend. tivity. Windy days and cold "Helen Bennett Dinner" heldat will conclude on Thursday,
P Shirley Gresham. The Gres. ing a Steak Fry at (the homeof weather has evidently affect. the Robert Meyer Hotel. Feb. 9, instead of Friday as
hams are former residents of Don El and Dot Wilkinson ed the fishing in our area. A The affair was sponsored by had been previously announc
Bunnell. in Sairt Mateo Saturday eve report from 'the Marineland the Employees of the Orange ed.
l ning were Sambo ,and Elisa Pier Indicated the fish were County Tax Assessors Office
II Tony and Mildred Kahlert Tilton, Edward and Betty there, but refused all types of
have as their houseguests, Hawkins, Cliff and Carolyn bait. The water is very clear
Roy and Bea Meadows of Live Sheffield and Charles and and large drum and sheeps-, HOW MUCH
Oak. Pat Cowart. head visible
are all around
E, .", .. the piling. IS TOO MUCH

i Cecil Westbrook, Flagler D
it Beach Pier manager said the
t fishing was fair on the pier, to pay for health? Perhspsm.dkGbss&rs
but large catches of whiting, you believe that today's
AnnouncingNEW. a few drum and weak fish too blab ia price.
were being caught in the surf. Some capsules your doctor
Yw.+ prescribes may cost 50 cents
Out at Dead Lake, Buddy each s dollar each or even
McFarland reports there was 6fl more. This sound expensive. '
little action over the weekenddue
But is it?
!to weather conditions' but
the past several days it has Divide the price of the medicine
LOCATION improved considerably. Fishermen into four parti so that you can see
are catching mostly what you are getting for your money;
Speckled Perch in the lake. 1. A smaller hospital bill because .
McFarland said. "Februaryand an effective medicationput
March should be excel. an end to the ailment in a
lent for fresh water anglers." few days or a few hours.
Land Sea 2. Fewer visits from your doctor
0 --" -- -because some new discovery
stopped an infection quickly.,
HASTINGS MATTRESS 3. Wages earned-because.

( & UPHOLSTRY WORKS complete recovery was possible
fASHIONS sooner than would have
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