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BELIEVEIt I Flagler TribuneVOL.
Happened in Flagler Adopt ProgramThe
County 10, 20, 40 years ago
proposed Lake Diston
? 55. NO. 6 BUNNELL FLORIDA. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 9. 1967 $150 A YEAR Road was placed first on the
secondary roads priority list
10 YEARS AGO at the Monday meeting of the
School Board FLAGLER GASOLINE County Commission.A .
The Woman's Club at Flag new priority list was prepared .
ler Beach advertised for bids WATER SYSTEMIN TAX COLLECTIONSUP at the meeting after requests -
for building their new clubhouse Will Enforce the OPERATIONBunnell for paving the Haw
Mrs. Myrtle Streeterwas Creek-Dupont Road were
president of the club. residents should tax collections in made !to 'the board.
The Country Club planted Mustache PolicyThe gradually begin to notice Flagler County for January The new secondary priority
Azalea plants In front of the a change In their water. totaled $18,647.65 for 266,395 list Includes the Lake Diston
Bunnell Civic Center and club The new modem water
gallons which was $931.77 Road; $25,000 of street work
members were congratulatedon Flagler County School softening process Is now In above the amount collectedIn for Flagler Beach and Bun
/their civic pride. Board members were advisedby operation.The December. This amount Is nell; two railroad crossingsnot
the board's attorney, Char. new water rates are $3,937.43 less than the collec- to exceed $9,000; surfacingthe
YEARS AGO also In effect and are reflected
!Lions a year ago. The January old brick road at the
les Tindell, to comply with
On February 6th the temper on the January 1966 collections totaled $22585.08. ,- county jail; the Haw Creek-
ature dropped to 25 degrees the Civil Rights Program' at water bills. Dupont Road; the south end
with winds out of the northwest Tuesdays meeting. Mr. Tin By overwhelming vote Sales Tax collections for the of Kings Road; the Dorena
at 25 miles on hour. The dell reported on the state the citizens voted to la- county amounted to $13,791.86for Road and. Water Oak Road.
thermometer registered 40 degrees wide Civil Rights conference crease their minimum. the month of January, After a request from prose-
in the afternoon: and the conducted In Orlando Feb. 6. monthly water bills from which was $2,966.73 more than cuting attorney, James Tucker
next morning the temperatureslid Members in attendance at $3.00 to $4.00 to bring the the December collections, but the board decided to set
to the low twenties with the meeting were Harold Emery softening plant Into reality. $217.40 less than January a four annual trial dates. The
heavy frost and Ice. chairman Myrtle C Rice, year ago.GRAND. commission discussed pur
As a result of the cold the Howell V. Peavy vice chair chasing or. leasing 10 to 20
Irish potato crop In the county man and John D. Perryman. WORLD DAY OF OPENING acres pf land from Lehigh
was frozen down to the Portland Cement Company,
ground. The hardy cabbagewas Other action of the board PRAYER FRIDAY NEW LAND 'N SEA for use as a shell pit for county .
also hard hit, outer was: Land 'n Sea Fashions has maintenance. No action
leaves being frozen stiff. Millions of persons In 127 was taken.
1. Discussed the growing of countries, including those In moved Into their new build. County road superintendent
members of mustaches and beards by instructional ing located on the southeast
Twenty eight Flagler County will unite In Jeff Cockrell, suggestedto
the !tenth grade :biology class personnel. Super. prayer on Friday, Feb. 10th In comer of Moody Blvd. and the board to pay scale adjustment
at BHS spent the day at M" intendent Harris read the observance of World Day of Church Street next to the for 'his department.No .
rineland, accompanied by boards policy prohibiting the Prayer. All churches In Flag- Bunnell Post Office. The new action was taken.
.their teacher, Mrs. Frank Rey. wearing of mustaches and ler County have been Invitedto shop will have a Grand Opening Other action taken at Mon"
nolds. Margaret Hamilton was beards and' long sideburns.The join in the observance.The Thursday, Feb. 9 thru day's meeting included clean
selected to feed the fish. board Instructed Mr. Har Monday Feb. 13th. ing a drainage ditch at !$obHenderson's
ris to enforce this policy. service will 'be at 10:00: The store is modern In de.
40 YEARS AGO a. m. at the First Baptist sign with an attractive decor, laundry; pur
chase full ad for theCattlemen.s
2. On the recommendationof a page
Church of Bunnell. Theme of Including wall to wall carpet-
A bond election: In the the superintendent, Mrs. the prayer service is "Of His Ing and central heat and ,air Assn. Cracker
amount of $75,000 was to beheld Rice moved to employ AlvinH. Kingdom There, Shall Be No conditioning."We Day; to hire Pat Seibert of
In Flagler Beach for the Thompson as vocational End", according to Mrs O. F. have faith in the future Satsuma as county Ifturse.Brannam's .
purpose of issuing bonds to agriculture teacher. Mr. Ferryman Alford, program chairman. of Flagler County and Grocery was
for the erection cost of a awarded the grocery bid. The
pay seconded the motion. want to grow' with It", Mrs.
recreation pier. The preliminary More than a program. World Margaret Clegg, store mana- board agreed to inspect a
plans called for a pier 3. Chairman Emery reportedthe Day of Prayer Is planned primarily ger said. "We are adding ditch in the St Johns Park
wide enough for cars to drive. septic systems repairs at for the purpose of lead. some novel quality lines of area which Milton Pelllcer
out upon with the admission, BHS would be at an estimatedcost ing the participants into an ladles wear which will giveus requested to be cleaned out.
to the pier to be free of charge. of $32500; the electrical active experience of prayer. It a first class store", Mrs. The commissioners asked
The Service Garage, owned wiring In the BHS main build is always observed on the Clegg said. Election Supervisor, Mary ,
by William Kudrna advertised ing'was. progressing and recommended .. first Friday of Lent.- --. ,_.-R-w' ". Smith to rework the county
Star Automobiles. The improved that minor repairsin registration list.
Star Four Convertible the business education de. An Invitation Is extended to COMMISSIONERSGUESTS
Roadster for $550.00. partment be made at this everyone in the community to OF CLUBThe CITY HIRESATTORNEY
time. The board agreed to do join in this service.BULLDOGS .
Forty years ago, Espanola, special ham and turkey -
a small community 3 miles these repairs. dinner given Tuesday
north of Bunnell on the Dixie 4. The board agreed to compensate BEAT evening, Feb. 7, for membersof The Bunnell City Commis
Highway was a busy railroad Mr. Tindell attorney, the Flagler Senior Citizens' sion hired Charles Tindell I to
shipping point. The town hada for legal services for the Civil FLA. MILITARY AND Club drew total attendance of serve as city attorney effec
well equipped barrel factory 103, which Included members'of tively immediately at Monday
and stave mill the products BOW TO HILLIARD the Flagler Beach City night's meeting.At .
of which were shippedout Donald R. Moore,.tax asses. Bunnell's hard fighting five Commission and their wives the request of Mr. Coy
over the F. E. C. Railway.A sor presented a bill to the trounced on Florida Military who were guests of the Club. Harris, the commission agreedto
hotel, a church and a school board for $3,153.07 for com Friday night at home 50 to The Commissioners were have the existing street
house were among the advantages missions that were miscalculated 44. thanked for their cooperationIn lights on the corners of Chap.
of the town with in 1966. The state providing a meeting place el, Orange, Peach, Lemon and
grocery stores and cafe to accommodate auditor advised this is a legal In a tense game, the Bull for the Club. In turn the Howe Streets to be changedto
residents and obligation of the school board. dogs were behind ten pointsin Commissioners expressed appreciation mercury vapor lights.
touring visitors. Espanola wasa the of the fourth
No action was taken. beginning for what the Club Commissioners approved
shipping point for the ma quarter and bounced back to was doing to entertain senior payment of the monthly bills.
of the of the 6. Approved a work agree. beat
jority growers military team. citizens in the community, Postponed the regular meeting
Bimini District. ment with G. P. Electric Co.,
Walton Cowart took the pointing out that the facilities of the commission scheduled -
lead for the Bunnell cagers belong to the taxpayers.At for Monday Feb. 20th
PTA MEET for rewiring and new wiringof with 17 points; Darrell Britt the next meeting of the until Tuesday, Feb. 21st.
MONDAYThe existing buildings Bunnell scored 14 and Ray Krutz 9 Club, Feb. 21, there will be To advertise for bids on gas
Bunnell Parent Teach. High School and Carver points.In the usual potluck supper to oil,. grease, kerosene and diesel .
School. Labor to be furnishedas
ers Association will meet Mon follows: electricians, $4.50 Saturday night's game which members and guestsare requirements. The present
day February 13th at 7:30: p. per hour; electricians helpers, the Bulldogs yielded to a pow. Invited, according' to Walt. contract expires February 28.
m. In the school cafeteria for $3.00 per hour; truck expense erful Milliard team 6063. er Creal, publicity chairman. Bids will be received by the
their third annual meeting.Dr. $4.00 per day. It was further Bunnell made 12 out of 17 Mr. and Mrs. George Condonof commissioners at the Feb. 21st
Allen Reynolds, president agreed ,the company would free throws.A Flagler Beach will show meeting.
will preside.Membership install materials furnished by half time score showedthe colored pictures taken during
cards will be the school board for 10 per Bunnell boys in the lead their trip to Africa last year CITY QUALIFIES FOR
available at Monday nights cent of cost of the materials. 39 to 27. Two team members at the next meeting.CHAMBER ELECTION
meeting, far members who ap fouled out and the Bulldogs Harold Higginbotham was
plied for membership, but 7. The superintendent was couldn't restore their strength. HEADS the only candidate. who had
have not received cards. Parents instructed to confer with Mr. Walton Cowart again led the MET WEDNESDAY"There qualified to run In the Bun
and Interested persons Stanley Novak regarding team with 21 points and Dar nell City election at press
who have not Joined the association rental on 'the bus garage on rell Britt had 18 points. is a need for coordinating time. Up for election March
may do so at Mondays his property. The Bulldogs now have a Flagler County's as- 7th are three seats on the five
meeting, :according to 12.5 standing and a 1.3 conference se ts and having them compiled man commission.
Mrs. Mike Steflik membership 8. Authorized the superintendent standing. for prospective industries"Mr. Also appearing on the ballot
chairman. and the chairman to Newton Wigle, South Daytona will be a proposed amendment
pay the freight bills from the told the Flagler County to the charter permitting
truck lines. EIGHTH DISTRICT
BUNNELL A federal regulation Chamber of Commerce Directors the commission, to spend
requires these bill be TOURNAMENT Tuesday morning. The money for advertising.
GENERAL HOSPITAL paid within seven days. of re board of directors met at the
ADMITTED: Jack Knight, ceipt. February :24 and 25 are the DixUna Restaurant for their CANDIDATES QUALIFY
RoM Marie Allen, Harold MD. Rice Mr. Emery Mr. dates of the 8th District Tour. regular meeting. FOR F. B. ELECTION
Emery, Johnson Jenkins, Rob W. E. Fennell, Mr. Harris, Mr. nament being held in the Lewis Wadswotth president Incumbents Willie S. Harrison
set Lee Randolph, Huey Shell- Kenneth Herring, Mr. Leroy BHS Gymnasium. presided during the busines Charles Rockett: and
man, Mary Ellen Baker, loan Hunter and Mr. Walter Morris Friday night February 24th session. John A. Clegg, George Wtekline,, have quali
Atldmon all of Bunnell; Ed were appointed by the Florida Military will play Fiftieth Anniversary chairman fled to run for re-election in
Thurlow and John Burmer, board to the Florida Educa- Oviedo at 7:00 p. m. At 8:30: reported the plans lor the City of Flagler Beach
Flagler Beach; Barbara Drum- tional Research and Develop- p. m. Bunnell will play Father the four day celebratien in Commission on March 7th.
mood, St. Augustine. ment Council. Lopez. The two winners of July. Also qualified to mm for the
DISCHARGED: Charlotte (these games will play in the It WM suggested the an three commission seats up for
Lutton, Robert Gllywrd, August Other business included approving finals at 8:00: p. m. Saturday nual lib fry given by the election is Howard Letch.
WItt Kyle Mobley Sam authorized leaves; Februray 25th to determinethe Flagler County Timber Growers A mayor will also be elected
flmMk, James Evans Myra approving pupil assignments; 8th District winners. Tour Association each year in In the Mazcfe station.
Gresham James Hides, Mary approving payment of bills. nament admission prices areSLOO May or June, be postponed>> Herb Fuller Is the only can
Gibson, Harold Emery and The meeting' adjourned at for adults and 75e far until the anniversary celebra didate qualified for the post
Jack Knight. 6:00: p.m. students. tion. to date.
\ .... .
1 i THUDS.. 'FEB. 9. 1967
the Clerk of the Circuit FLACLER TRIBUNE ,
3FU0lrr\ wrtbnnrINCORPORATED ,Court in and for Flagler ,
County, Florida. .
Lots One Nine) Two (2) '
nUJVNELL. FLORIDA Three
Terrace Subdivision, being a
reaubdlvlslon of Lots 1, 2.
LEN WILSON 3. 4. 12 and 13. Block "C'1
Editor and Publisher Section U, Township 12
South. Range 30 East, as We Have Faith
BETTE S. McPANIEL shown by :roftl Lake Terrace
News Editor U I In the
office of the Clerk of the ,
Circuit Court for Flagler
Designated ,newspaper for alt County Florida. In Fist Book
1, Page 47. formerly Page
Legal AdvertfalagEntered 42 of said Plat Book 1. EX-
K"" "" CEPT that portion deeded to in the Future of
the State of Florida for highway -
February 6, 1913, at the post- that on the 6th day heMri
office at Bunnell, Florida, under A. D. 1967, between ;
hours of sale, namely 11 00
Act of March 3, 187 S. o'clock in the forenoon and 5:00:
o'clock in the afternoon on said
day, at the Flag lor County County
One Year ___._s1<2.lie. Courthouse in BUl nell. Flagler Flagler
Six Months ............ ..->'1.:5 County Florida: If anticipatedtime
of this sale :00 A.M) I
will offer for sale and sell to
the hlgflhest bidder, for cash In
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN hand the above described real
properties said Defendants,
THE CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH subject to prior mortgagesand
liens If any to satisfy said
COUNTY IN AND, FLORIDA FOR FLAGLER execution.as Sheriff P.of A.Flagler EDMONSON County, Sea
ROSWELL C. PAULK Plaintiff, Florida. Lad jIe
vs.CHLOIS ALFRED E. HAWKINS,
DECKER and Attorney for Plaintiff
121 South Rldgewood Avenue
MARLYN DECKER, his wife.
Defendants.NOTICE Daytona Beach,
OF Feb. 3-9-1S.23-Uo
NOTICE IS VENTHAT
I. P. A. EDMONSON, AS LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF OF FLAGLER .
COUNTY FLORIDA, by virtue IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ,
of a certain Writ of Execution, FLAGLEIl COUNTY, FLORIDA FashionsGrand :
heretofore issued out of the Cir
cult Court Flagler County Flor- IN CHANCERY No. 5380
ida, on the 6th day of January, MARCELENE DEV ANS,
A. D. 1967 I have levied upon Plaintiff
and taken into rny custody the (..
following described real property GEORGE BEVANS,
as the property of CHLOIS Defendant
DECKER and MARLYN DECKER NOTICE TO DEFEND
his wife, the Defendants. THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
located In Flagler County, Florida GEORGE G. BEVANS, whose
and described as follows, to- address and place of residence openingDaily
wit: Is unknown,
You are hereby notified thata
Being the West 160.0 feet of suit has been filed against you
. the East 250.0 feet of Tract in the above entitled cause; and
12. Block "A", of Section 11, you are hereby required to file
Township 12 South, Range your answer with the Clerk of
30 East, according to plat of this Court and to serve a, copy
Bunnell Development Company thereof upon the plaintiff or
cd Plat Book plaintiffs attorney, whose name Bird "
1 at Page 1 doltn the Public and address Is: Early Specials 9Sh
Records of Flakier County, CHARLES J. LUKE, II
Florida and more particularly 260 North Rldgewood Avenue P
described as follows: Beginning Daytona Beach, Florida 3201
at the Northeast corner not later than February 25th.
of the said Tract 12, A. D., 1967.
Block "A" as a point of reference If you fail to do so, decree pro
and running thence confesao will be entered against
South 87 degrees 32 minutes you for the relief demanded in
30 seconds West, along the the bill of complaint. The natureof f
North line of the said Tract said suit being for "' 1t
12. Block "A", a distance of DIVORCEWITNESS
100 feet to the point of beginning my hand and seal
of this description'thence of said Court this 20th day of
continuing South 87 January A. D. 1987.GEORGE .
degrees 82 minutes 30 seconds M. MOODY
West, also the North Clerk of said Circuit
line of the :: Tract 12, Court
Block "A", a distance of 150 (Official Seal)
feet: thence South 1 degree :Bye/ Joyce Patrick
26 minutes 15 seconds East a Deputy Clerk
distance of 279.94 feet to the Jan. 26, Feb. 2, 9, 16, 1967, 4to 1 V
Northerly boundary of the 60
foot right way of the Old LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 1
Brick J'ift; South 78
degrees 59 minutes IK seconds itiQUF.ST FOR BID
East, along said North- Sealed bids will be received in :
erly right of way the eo'n the City Clerk of # 3 Thursday
a distance of boundarr'he the City Florida, in Friday, .
North 1 degree 2s the oC Center Building, until ...
minutes 15 seconds West, a pm, on the 20th day of :.
distance of 315.72 feet to the February, A. D. 1967. for con- : 1J Saturday and MondayFeb.
point of beginning of this struction of A total of 355 ft. 5
description. Bearings are referred in. of sidewalks using ready mix f
to the Magnetic Meridian concrete of 8,000 lb. test. SIde- 2
with no variation offset walks to be 4 ft. wide 4 In. 9-13
and parcel containing 1.03 thick, strike every 4 ft. Sidewalks y' t
acres, to be located on the eastside ;
AND ALSO of N. line St. from E. Moody s
Being a part of Tract 12 of Blvd. to B, Lambert Ave. (a x
Block A, Section 11, Town- total of 236'5"), and along the
ship 12 South, Range 30 north and south sides of Civic "
East and mare particularly Center Building from arches
described as follows: Beginning to side doors (a lw\ )').
at the Northeast corner The City Commissioners reserve -
of Tract 12 of Black A and the right to reject any and
'running thence South 1 degree all bids and to waive any informalities A .
26 minutes 15 seconds In bidding
East along the East line of WITNESS my hand and official Complete New
the said Tract 12, a distanceof seal this 30th day of January -
339.58 feet to the North- A. D. Jfl67.
erly boundary of a BO foot /S/ C. B. Eisenbach, Mayor
right of of the Old ATTEST91ty of Bunnell, Florida t Lines
Brick Ild'r; thence North 78 Just-
degrees 59 minutes 15 seconds SNancy C. Rodgers, City Clerk J
West, along the said Feb. 2-9-2 tc "
right of way boundary, a dis
tance of 102.39 feet; thence LEGAL ArrivedFeaturing
North 1 degree 26 minutes ADVERTISEMENT
15 seconds west,a distance of IN TifF .ter ,
31/1./ '12 feet to the North line UNITED STATES DISTRICT ,
of the said Tract 12; thence COURT FOR TUB ..
North 87 degrees 82 minutes IDA.MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLOR.
30 seconds East, along said. JACKSONVILLE .DIVISION )
a distance of
100.0 feet to the point of beginning PIECHOCINSKI.
of this description. Plaintiff,
Hearings are referred to the STATE
Magnetic Meridian with no
a corporation, r ?
variation offset and parcel
containing\ 0.75 acres, Defendant. Y
EXCEPT: NOTICE OF SALE
Seeing a part of Tract IS of Notice Is hereby given that
Block pursuant to writ of execution issued -
"A", Section 11, Township -
12 South, Range SO East in 1t2 above court on December r
Development according to plat of Dunned United States. 1966 Marshal, the undersigned has levied BOBBY BROOKS
in Plat Company Book ,1 recorded at- upon all of the right, title, and
Page 1 of the public recordsof interest of Florida State Paving
Flagler County Florida, Inc., In and to the following described Dresses and '
and more particularly described property, located
Flagler County Florida, to :
as : Beginning ,
at the Northeast corner 1 mobile asphalt plant SportswearContinuous
1 Barber Green loading hopper :
of the said Tract 12. as a No.
point of reference and run- 1 kiln 8661455 _
ning thence South 1 degree No. 8372755
26 minutes 15 seconds East, 1 1 burner unit No. 8483155
along the East line of the 1 blendinghopper
said Tract U furnace No. 8573455
a distance of
215.72 feet to the point of 1 oil burner, consisting of 5
beginning of this descrip- tanks (S large and 2 small),
with crude oil\
tion thence pumps
; continuing South
1 degree 26 minutes 15 seconds 1 scale No. 50580,
East, along the said and on the 6th day of March,
East line a distance of 123.86 1967. at the main entrance of the
feet to the Flagler County Courthouse Bun
nell, Florida, between 11:00
of the 60 foot right of A.M.
way of the Old Brick Road; and 2:00 PM, the undersignedwill
thence North 78 d offer the same for sale at
minutes 15 seconds are West public outcry, and will sell the
along said Northerly boun- same to the highest and best
dary, a distance of 108.89 bidder for cash Clearance
feet thence JOHN B. MAGUIRE 8R.
: North 1 dene*
26 minutes 15 seconds West, Feb. 2-9-16.23-4tc United States Marshal $ 'II
a distance of 100.0 feet;
thence North 87 degrees 32 --- -
minutes 30 a Men's ClothingREMEMtERlt's
distance of 100:0 n1.tE\b ,
Mint of beginning of this .
description. Bearings are reM I ,
f to the Magnetic )( -
rl with no variation of-
. parcel containing
0.. a...... iFir
:Lots Tjreiitir.four Twenty-three) ".11')(Ji"> In(28)BtXk and Tfoe T Lay Away (for EASTER! 1iiJbt I
9fa Ibe '
rat pass 3$ In tCe
.. ", -;j '1 L '<<' MI... :;.
THE PUMPS Weekly Sermon 3 THE FLAGLEH TRIBUNE .' THURS., FEE. 9, 1967avti !
Weyauwega, Wise., Chronicle:
Rev. Oliver F. Pastor
'The next time you Impa- 1.
tlenitly,wait a few minutes at Bunnell Methodist Church CHOICE Lean Western
your gas station, ease your REVIVE US AGAIN
nerves by reflecting on what 4fcwINC.,
Involved In gassing up the The problem of spiritual
car In Russia First, you drive is a continual problemin Pork Steaks
I fill out a questionnaire, go to all churches. Human beings
a. government office, buy a need assurance that the
coupon book, then you go to household of faith is truly
I a government-owned station God's desire for them. When lb. 49
I to trade coupons for gas. At things go wrong or perhaps
\ the stations, which are sparse Just get into a sort of a rut
j even In larger cities, you'll it is easy to regress or to less. vYv
I have to wait In line for a long en ones participation in religious
U. S. D. A. Choice "STANDING" ,
I time. Then you guess how matters. This is a
: much the tank will hold, normal human reaction of defending .
check the number of coupons, ones self when a per. RIB ROAST lb.
set the pump dial you son finds himself not involvedas 79
manipulate the hose. All the deeply in religious mattersas r
attendant does Is before.
collect the U. S. D. A. Choice FULL CUT
I coupons." One of the glories of the ( )
church a different Is that every spiritual memberhas pat ROUND STEAK r lb 89 c
tern in their life. Otherwise, .
Subscribe to The Tribune the church would be completely
!triumphant at one
$240 per Year in Advance stage and completely void in
""""IF another.tlcipation that faith The and have church spiritual their realizes high par. MEAT STEW lb. 69
water marks and valleys of
AlexanderLumber depression! in every life.Therefore .
the church knows the
CompanyFLAGLER conscience of !the individual Lyke's "PURE PORK" Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SLABSAUSAGE
needs Christian nurture from
BRANCH time to time. All Christians BACON
need continual faith and as
surance. "By rejecting con 59i
certain have 1 lb.
science persons 390
made shipwreck of their Roll Sliced Free
faith." I Timothy 1:19.:
Discount Paint LONG, TALL LIFE
The worjd's' tallest herb, 40- Lykes's "Sugar Creek" SMOKED (14.16 lb. Avg.) (HALF OR WHOLE)
SALESaving. foot'high Puya ralmondii,
grows in the stony reaches of
the Bolivian Andes, the National
up to 207. on Geographic says. The MM lbm 59I
Exterior-Interior herb blooms only once in 150
years and dies after sendinga
Masonry-Wood Paint 30-foot flower stalk into the
Let us assist you with our sky.
TO improvement remodeling SAVE MONEY-or service.home seconds RIGHT Clock ON inaccuracies a day THE were NOSE of common a few I I X H O S.,lg A. BEEF PLATE STEW lb. Zge I
in the 19th century. Today'sbest
TRADE WITH JOHNNY time-keeping devices will
lose only one second in 30,000 Van Camp's (Limit 8 with food order)
-" years. PORK BEANS 8 No. 300fl 00 Pillsbury's (Plain or Self.Rising)
AND Cans JL
Chef Boy-ar Dee 1 lb. Can FLOUR
BROWN & BROWN INC.
SPAGHETTI AND For $00
MEAT BALLS 4 5 Ib.
INSURANCEOUR I Our Value No. 303 Can
CREAM For $
PHONE NUMBER IS
Plain Iodized 26 Box.
Morton's ( or ) oz.
4373394CLASSIFIED SALT Each tOe Joe Grain's Grade "A"
Armour Star 12 oz. Can SMALLTREET
Ea. 4ge EGGS
3 Dozen $100
.der tfcU kcadiac an 1 I etmtm per *rr4 each la* rtlB.
FOR SALE-Used sofa bed WANTED IMMEDIATELY I Ib. 47c Mrs. Paul'i 9 oz. Pkg.
$7.50 Chair and sofa bed Man or woman to supply Tin Ea.
$12.00. Jerry's Furniture and consumers with Rawlelgh FISH STICKS 390
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Appliances, Old Dixie High products in Flagler Co. or
way, 2 miles south of Korona. Bunnell. Can earn $50 weekly l1 Pet Ritz Pkg. of 2
Phone 4373752. 2 9.1tc. part time-$100 and up full
time. Write Rawldgh Fla. PIE SHELLS Ea. Zge
Must sell 67 model Zig-Zag 360-336, Memphis, Tenn. FRESH PRODUCE -
sewing machine. Makes but. 151922.9 4 tp.
tonholes sews on buttons, Golden Ripe
FOR FILL DIRT AND LIGHT
makes decorative stitches and DOZIER WORK CALL 437- BANANASCrisp Ib. tOe
etc. Assume balance of 6 pay. 3689. MARTIN HARDING OR F A B
ments of $7.00 Discount for JIMMtf SNYDER. 1-12-to 5.26p
cash. Phone collect 253-1086
Modern Sewing, Daytona MISSING: Airedale dog, camel For GIANT '
Beach. 29tc. color mixed with black and CELERY Z 25C SIZE 4J-
grey. Answers to name Chrte-
FOR SALE-Reduce safe, simple ty. Missing since Jan. 25 in Fresh Ky.BEANS.
and fast with GoBese Flagler Beach area. Reward "" Limit 1 with $6.00 or more food orders
tablets. Only 98c at your offered. Contact Mrs. Mike 19e
drugstore. Jan19Apr. 6.12tc Steflik 439.2448 or 4373443.
Feb. 2, TF.
SPARE TIME INCOME
Refilling and collecting mon SAWS SHARPENED any kind.
ey born NEW TYPE high All work guaranteed. Bill Fry
quality coin operated dispensers man, 308 N. Anderson St.
in this area. No telling. Jan 96 to Feb. 16th 4tp.
To qualify you must have car SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain -
references $600 to $1900 cash. fields installed; Rota-Rotor
Seven to twelve hours weeklycan snail shell. Reasonable prices. tfl I
net excellent monthly In. Call George Jarosz, 437-3410
come. More full time. For 8-1-tf
personal interview writeSTUCKEY'S I
DIS'1'RIBU1'INGCOMPANY We need listing! on homes
6162 E. Mockingbird and acreage.-SEE OPEN !SUNDAYS 437.1227
Suite 100, Dallas, Texas BAUCEB A WILSON Inc. fttOO m.1:00 U.3. No. 1 BUNNELL
75214.' Include telephone num MUMS 101 S. Railroad p.m.
ber. Jan. 26, Feb. 2.9.16 4tp BonatlL Flo. Ph. 437-322 Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good February 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13, lM7MAN
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4-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. FEB. 9, 1G7 Johnny Wainwright, also of and daughter also of Way- BUTWELL FIRST BAPTIST
Jacksonville. cross, Ga. HOST AT EXECUTIVE MEET
Fifteen invited guests en- The First Baptist Churchwas
.' ', I. Joyed the affair with the hose Mrs. Grace Wray left Mon host to the Halifax Asso-
..' '., tesses and honor day for Port Orange for two ciational Executive meeting
,:: ( j3 days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday, Feb. 8 at 10 a, m.
David and Bernadine Stan. Andy Tucker. Thursday Mrs. Rev. William Caudill, pastorof
ish and children of Gainesville Wray will visit In Jacksonville Douglas Park Baptist
LOCALS spent Sunday here with with her son In law and Church of Daytona Beach was
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Don and Joyce Al- the Moderator for the Associa
Paul San Ish: Their daughter, ford and children. tion. There were pastors and
F Davida Burnsed celebratedher
respective laymen representIng -
eighth birthday anniversary Gordon and Janet Shields In '
UDC Annual Tea RECEPTION HONORS the 20 churches attend
Sunday with a party at entertained with a buffet dinner ance.
I SaturdayThe GEORGE MOODY SR. her grandparents home. Sunday evening at their Mrs. O. F. Alford 'and Mrs.L. .
home on East Moody Blvd. L. Harris provided refreshments -
General ,Joseph Eggle- SUNDAY AFTERNOONFriends affair
Mrs. Scott Sheffield arrived Enjoying the delightful for the
ston Johnston Chaper, United Monday to spend a month in with the hosts were Tom and group.
Daughters of the Cenfederacy and relatives are her home in Bunnell. She re Anita Lenssen, Louis and Joy
had their third annual birth. cordially invited to a reception
Stefllk Bunnell Tom and SNYDEB
cently returned from the Phil- ; DINA MARIE
day tea Saturday afternoonat honoring Mr. George lippine Islands where she was Fran Humphries of Daytona
the home of Mrs. Z. G. Hol Moody on the occasion of his Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Snyderof
Joined by Mr. Shefflefd.' whois Beach; Paul and Norma Bunnell the birthof
88th birthday anniversary announce
land Jr. 707 W. Blvd.
N. J. and
presently employed In Viet Springfield,
Sunday afternoon, February a daughter, ,
This special event commemorates Linden
the birthday anniversary 12, 1967 at the Flagler Worn- Nam. Henry and Pat Stockoff, born Saturday, Feb. 4th at the
N. J. The Princes and
of Gen. Johnston for whom an's Clubhouse, 1524 South Metts Glendale Hospital In Palatka.
Johnny and Isabel are spending
named. Central Avenue, Flagler. She weighed seven poundsand
and winter at New Beach.
young son Davey, of Smyrna birth.
Mrs. H. T. chapter
president, was assisted by Calling hours will be from Turner Air Force Base, Alba. Maternal grandparents are
Mrs. Holland in greeting the 3 to 5 p. m. Hosting the occasion ny, Ga. are spending several Rem Murray has returned Mr. and Mrs. Martin Harding,
days here with Mr .and Mrs. home from Huntsvile, Ala. ,
will be members of Mr.Moody's Bunnell and Mrs. Shirk of
Carlton Johnston and Mr. and where he was transferred for
of family. Tampa is the paternal grand.
arrangements Mrs. Richard Yelvington.Mrs. several days by General Elec- .
red and white chrysanthemums tric.
interspersed with dainty Mrs. Claude Walker, Winter
L. H. Church entertained
Snow Drops and Candy. Park and Carlos Fortich, Daytona
the members of the Dorcas Mrs. Tommy Salyerds is a
tuft were placed at vantage Beach, were guests of Bill Bowers and daughter
points In the living-dining Mrs. Z. G. Holland, Jr. Mon. Class when they met Monday Elizabeth, Baxley, Ga., visited patient at the Halifax Hospital
ensuite. day. evening at her home for their here over the weekend with in Daytona Beach, where
regular monthly meeting. his mother, Mrs. Amorette she: underwent major surgery
The table overlaid
serving Miss Rearick, Wells and relatives. Tuesday.
with a handsome importedlace ON DEAN'S LIST
cloth was centered withan Mr. Bullock Boyd Robertson', a senior attending ; : YV VT"i
arrangement of red and the University of Florida
white mums flanked by lighted Recite Vows was named to the Dean'slist BUDDY KNOXYOi11t
tapers in ornate silver for the first trimester, .
candlesticks. Presiding at the Miss Connie Rea RcarIck Boyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cor- (
and Mr. Donald Edward Bullock fj!!
silver coffee and tea service dell Robertson, Bunnell, is O MTAMP
were Mrs. Walter Cody and were united in marriageat majoring in Agriculture En. ATLANTIC
Mrs. J. O. Craig. Serving punch seven thirty Saturday eve gineering.
were Mrs. Leona Knight and ning, February 4th, In a cere- DHALKIl
Mrs. R. W. Deen, Jr. Assistingwith mony at the Bunnell Civic Weekend houseguests of HEATING OILS ICE
the serving were Mrs. Center. Justice of the Peace,
Phil and Doris Johnson were HOMR AMI THICK AM
Floyd Tingley, Mrs. Tommy LevI Brannam performed the their son in law and daughter IMf
Durrance, Mrs. H. H. Murrayand ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Al Dompe Bunnell Atlantic Service Station
Mrs. M. B. Fuller. Given in marriage by Mr. and children of Titusville
Wilbert Polk the bride
worea Doris's mother Mrs. J. B. I'HOV'K: 437-3B.1J .MC.IIT 437-3041
Attending the lovely white lace dress-coat en 24 HOI'\KECKKK !o>nitYICE MECHANIC ON DUTYDISCOVER
Booth, Waycross Ga. and Mr.
affair were Mrs. Robert semble. Her accessories were
and Mrs: Harold Kenned
French, Daytona Beach; Mrs. white and .she wore an orchid y -- -- -
Sheldon Parker, Mrs. Norman corsage.
Halley, Mrs. Elizabeth Gantt, Mrs. Robert Jordan was ma
Mrs. Melvin Charles, Mrs. tron of honor.
lone Shull Cookus, Mrs. Cecil The bridegroom's brother,
Capo, Mrs. Jack Winter, Mrs.P. Harry Bullock served as best
R. McMullen, Mrs. Hubert man. Following the ceremonya ----i:
f Carcaba, Mrs. Howard Mizell, reception was held. Fifty \
Florida division officer, all of relatives and friends attend
' St. Augustine; Mrs. Sadie ed.
Strickland, Ormond Beach; Following the reception the
Mrs. Inez Crenshaw and Mrs. couple left for a trip to North
George M. Moody, Flagler Florida. They are now resid
Beach. Guests from Bunnell ing in Espanola.
Included Mrs. Don Moore, Mrs. Mr. Bullock is employedwith
Alice Johnston, Mrs. Loy Lee Greens Fuel and Mrs.
Capo, Mrs. Martin McDaniel, Bullock is employed at the
Mrs. W. W. Deen, Mrs. J. T. Bunnell Restaurant.
Hargett, Mrs. Frank Clegg, i
Mrs. Robert Bertha, Mrs. Kate
Bankston, Mrs. C. H. Cowart, BRIDE ELECT FETED
Mrs. Harry Atkinson, Mrs. M. WITH SHOWER
C. Strickland, Jr. and Mrs.
Miss Elaine Deen and Mrs.
Philip Whitely entertainedwith
'- ,-. "- ,: -:-:. -: .; afternon a bridal shower Saturday
honoring Miss Janice
HASTINGS MATTRESS Lovelace, February bride
elect. Miss Lovelace's
WORKS to Charles Robert Davis
710-12 Lemon St. will be an event of Saturday,
Palatka, Florida February 18th. The party was
i Phone EA 5-9166 given at the Deen home, N.
Furnltu-x Upholstering Railroad Ave. A pink and
Repaired & Refinished white color scheme was usedin
Mattresses & Box Springs the decorations. The refreshment
Made to Order Also RenovatedCall table overlaid witha
Laura Morris 437.3233 lace cloth carried out the
After 6:00) P. M. bridal motif, centered with an
PRICES REASON ABLE, artistically decorated cake, 4 9, >2A J
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. flanked by white lighted tap.
Just as near as your
Phone or Post Office ers.Out of town guests attend
Drop Us A Card or Call ing included the bridegrooms
Free Pick-up & Delivery! mother, Mrs. .charles Davis,
Jacksonville and his sisters, Full HOUSEPOWER conveniencefor
Miss Bonnie Davis and Mrs.
happy total-electric living
Housepower wiring means 100-200 amp service with plenty of handy
switches and outlets-is like having many extra pairs of hands.All your
appliances work at their beet...economically! UnflSgatly i extension cords
became: a thisg of the past.
If yon llllt lew Heusepower,cell your..ies1 oeateaeter far atM
and BAR cheek-up BOW.
3 miles north of the Flagler Fishing Pier on A.l A rt. \
Under New Man..ement-Jack and Susie Abbott THERE'S NO MATCH POR t!
FUMf LESS ELECrmC... I. i I
, \ -F Featuring V A" o1..n"HIe WIth .,..p..t.F'LORIAA .
SHRIMP andCHICKEN f
BASKETS 95* POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
( HELPING BUILD FLORIDAI
4 j ASSORTED SANDWICHES
, j '; :. :."; ; PLUS BEER
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THIS WEEK'S 5-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. FEB. 9. 1967 : ,
o THEEDITOR RECIPE
Our recipe this week was
given to us by Mrs. Lamar
Harris of Panama City. These '
are delicious and easy to pre. ,
Rocco Fallero salutes there pare. WE GIVE METTS: Reserved ,
-blrth of the Flagler County Date Bolls: ***
Chamber of Commerce.Mr 1 stick oleomargarine.
Fallero, who was in 1 stick butter. TOP '
strumental In organizing and '2 cups chopped pecans. Thurs., Fri., Sat. fi
was executive secretary of the, 2 cupsjbrown sugar ((1 light VALUE SUPER MARKET Monday, j.
Flagler County Chamber of and 1 dark). Feb. 9, 10, 11 and
Commerce from early 1954 to 1 pound dates.
December 1958 told the editor 1 can coconut. 13, 1967
that he was very happy that 4 cups 'rice crlspies. STAMPS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. I Phone 437-3201
the organization Is again Cut dates. Put all Ingredients .
functioning. He expressed in a boiler except the
surprise that It had to lay rice crispies and pecans. Cook
dormant for the past nine slowly 6 minutes. Add rice
years, when he left the County crlspies and pecans stirring Florida Grade "A"FRYERS
and moved to Daytona constantly. After they are
Beach, during which time the mixed thoroughly put on foil i ikll
rest of Florida has been advancing or a plate. Roll into small .
Its progress of build. balls and then roll in 4 X con :}
ing their communities. fectioner dozen.sugar. Makes. about <, Wire. 29 ,
He pointed out,that only by ,
concerted action through the
solicited to come and visit
Chamber of Commerce can
our county and possibly plan k
any community expedite Its .
growth thereby enhance the here industrial with their programs plants.Mr. or. locate Armour StarSMOKED ('. f y". .
economical position of Its cit '
Fallero said those were ;
izens. the days of constant doings, < '
Mr. Fallero said some of the .
and the Chamber was spearheading '
Innovations he brought into all the moves that Picnics Lb. 39 l
use while heading the Chamber seemed to head toward new
In Flagler in the years horizons for business and the
gone by were the following: life of the citizens In Flagler
The fourth of July festivities County. He expressed the -
with the crowning of Miss hope that this time the memo I
Flagler County. All the contestants bers of the Chamber will have .
appeared on television constant activities, so that 1-
: during and prior to the Flagler County can grow and STEAK SALEI .
contest.Free weekly moving 'pic prosper ida. with the rest of Flor '\ :,, 'w/Ir"0." ,."',., ..... .to.." :,: .
tures, displayed at the Flag. j \ -t '
U. S. CHOICE ;; !
ler Beach Park for the benefitof
the summer tourists and STUDENTS MAY
citizens in general. RECEIVE TAX lb. Ib
Auto drag racing (NASCAR) RIB STEAK 95e CUBE STEAK 890
held at the Bunnell Air Field RETURN
weekly. The races brought Florida students who work lb. SIRLOIN lb.
many outsiders who made the part-time or summers may ROUND ,STEAK 95e STEAK 990
area look like a festival day.
Motels had good, restaurants business before and bars and 1966 have,a federal F.refund S. Schmidt Income coming, on tax District their returns CHUCK STEAK. 59C T BONE STEAK lb. 'I09 '
after brochure The"'the printing booklet races. ,of with a photosof yearly Director said this of week.Students Inlternal. Revenue FAMILY STEAK lb. 6ge ,CLUB STEAK ,b. 9ge
are required to filea I
our churches, schools and
tax return If they earned
other facilities which were
distributed by welcome stations $600 or more. If they earned World's Best Pork (Meaty)
less than $600 and taxes,,were GROUND Lb.. Lb,.
In Florida, and also au
tomobile clubs and chamber withheld from wages by their BEEF Z 9ge NECK BONES 5 $100
employers, they should file
of commerces throughout the. return in order'To obtain a a Capital (By Armour) Select ,
country. It also contained Information refund of the tax withheld SMOKED Lb. Lb.
recreation concerning spots our and clipmate from their wages.Unmarried SAUSAGE 4ge BEEF LIVER 4ge
other points of general Interest 'earn less than $900 will not Asst. Flavor (46 oz.) Monogram (L G.) Jim Dandy
to prospective outsiders
who wished to come for a visIt owe any Federal income tax. HAWAIIAN
PUNCH RICE GRITS
or permanent stay. They are entitled to claim the QUICK
Information concerns of Interest, who to wereROY'S Industrial standard, plus deduction.a personal$300 minimum exemption 3 Cans $100 3 Bag 3 tg>V6 5 Bag 3ge
Students are entitled to
claim their own personal exemption -
STEAM CLEANING SERVICE when filing a tax return Wilson Shortening Pet (Tall) CANNED
Mr. Schmidt said. Par
MOBILE HOMES: ents who furnish more than
TILE ROOFS and SnHl'fGIGUDr.nt BAKE RITE MILK
d to Kill Mildew one-half the cost of support
Alit CONDITIONERS for their child who Is a full-
CAIU'CXTEH and PAINTING time student may also claiman 3 Lb. Tall
CALL AFTER OiOO 1'.M. exemption of !their tax re Tin 57" 6[ Cans $100
MR. R. BOND Flagler Beach turn, unless the child Is married .
Phone 439.2275 P.O. Box 734 and is filing a Joint return -
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit ((6)) Please
with his or her spouse. ..
Maxwell House (All Grinds) Dixie Crystal
MARY CARTER PAINT COFFEE SUGAR
STORENOW lb. I 51b.
Tin 49 Bag 49
HAS T V STAMPS'tl'.rl..rl..rl..rl' Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food ordre Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
.. ...rl'.rl'.rl \
i i COUPON ij: 51 COUPON ii PRODUCE Frozen Foods Dairy
MARY CARTER PAINT ; J MARY CARTER PAINT .
I Vine RipeTOMATOES Seald Sweet 6 oz. Florida Grade "A" -
STORE 'I JC STORE
Daytona Beach Florida I; S Daytona Beach Florida; Lb.................... 1ge Orange 9ge MED. EGGS, SSe
Golden Yellow JUICE, 7 For... 2 Dozen ............
:1- COUPON1 ?1 COUPON1 BANANASLb ,
MARY CARTER PAINT MARY CARTER PAINT ...................40ft. Master Chef Florida Grade "A" I I
STORE STORE Cello Pkg.CARROTS. '
Florida Daytona Beach. Florida? FRENCHFRIES LARGE EGGS,
.;.Daytona.......P\VAV V-V-W..... ..... ..............., 2 For.................. 250 2 lb. Bag 29* 2 Dozen ............ 8ge
. BONUS T V STAMPS
200 EXTRA, WITH EACH GALLON OF PAINT 50 FREE i 50 FREE 50 FREETOP
Expires February 25, 1967 .
1 Coupon per Gallon of Paint. No Bonus Stamps TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS VALUE STAMPS
Without Coupons With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of
(1) Pan Ready Cut-up ((1)) Twin Pkg. Everfresh (1)) 6 oz. Jar Instant
MARY. CARTER STS FryersCmsiMM Potato Chips, 59c' Luzianne Coffee 1 '
934 Mason Ave. 23-0111 VeM After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
DAYTONA BEACH Fetotsary IS, 1M7 February 13, 1M7 February 13, 1M7 '
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(J_THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURSW FEB. 9. 1967 6:30: p.m. Training Union. Priest in Charge FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
7:30: p.m. Evening Worship. Morning Worship 11.15 a. m. Flagler Beach
FLAGLER COUNTY Flagler Beach: Wed.: 7:30 p.m., Prayer Church School 11:15: a.m. Max HalL Pastor
Service. Sunday School: 9:45.: '
Reynold Nelson Hoover.
Communion first Sunday of
.. CHURCH SCHEDULE Minister Morning Worship: 11:00.
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESSRev. each month. Evening Worship: 730.
Church School 9:45 a..m.
j Three miles east of Bunnellon Wednesday Prayer Meeting:
111' All Flogler County Churches Morning Worship 11 a m. John LlngolcL Pastor
It are urged to mail In their Youth Fellowship, 6:30 p. m. Sunday School 10:00 a. m. highway 100. 730.:
schedule of regular weekly Chapel Choir Rehearsal Worship Service, 11:00 a. m.
sendees. The Tribune will Wednesday 5:45: p. m. Life Liners Service, 6:30p. It ItI
carry these every' week as a Chancel Choir Rehearsal m. Insurance
public serrlce.COMMUNITY. Wednesday,, 6:30: p. m. Evening Evangelistic ServIce I Flagler County
Men's Club meets the first 7:30 p. m.
S'onday of each month at
MEMORIAL 7:30 p. m.Woman's. FIRST METHODIST : Agency, Inc.
CHURCH Society of. Chris. BUNNELLRev.
Flagler Beach tlon Service the 2nd Thursday Oliver Taylor. Pastor
Rev. R. W. Dickert. Pastor 9:30: a. m. Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. All Forms of Insurance
Sunday School 9:45: a. mWorship /
Worship Service, 11:00: a. m. .
105 North Bay Street -: Phone 437-3171
Service a. m.
BUNNELL FIRST BAPTIST Methodist Youth Fellowship,
Communion every first Sun Charles D. Anders Pastor 6:30 p. m. Bunnell, Florida 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTY
"day of each quarter. Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Sunday
? -'' School. BONDS
ST. THOMAS EPISCOPALThe
,.THE'METHODIST. ..," CHURCH 11:00: a.m. Morning Worship Rev. Robert Stuart.' ,
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I options like Ford's SelectShift manual/automatic trans- Save now'! '
", mission. Power door locks a 390-cu, in. regular-gas '
; S S V-81 And Ford Lifeguard-Design Safety Features are Our stock of new models, new colors .
',i\! .,," was never better. See us today and
t.. standard. What's more, we're trading high to beat any save on low prices, big trade-ins and
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Statutes tlon 336.09 having and buen 336.10 presented Florida JAMMED WATERFRONT 7-THE FLAGLEH TRIBUNE THURS. FEB. 9. 1967
to the Board of County Com*
I.V TIIH CIIICUIT COURT !SEVENTH mlssloners of Flagler County NOW QUIET .
JUDICIAL CIIICUIT nr Florida, this 3rd day of January
AND FOIl FlVAaMSn COUNTY. its regular 1967' at monthly a continuation meeting of Shanghai, with 6,900,000 3 GAL. FOR $5.00 O. F. ALFORD .;
CHARLES FLORIDA ANDERSON. Jintllf and the Board having considered people remains the most populous QUALITY PAINT Register ;
the same, I
... HEREBY In 'Communist t
that asp RESOLVED city .
MARIE ANDEHSONbetendant. b hearing will be It. V. Yeomaa..me.. Orm.ad Leach Real Estate Broker
held China its decline
at the despite as a
meeting room of the
Corner Hand Ave. A: V S. 1
ACTION NO. 21 Board of County Commissioners
CIVIL 811IIIIe11. Florida
NOTICE TO APPEAR of Flagler' County Florida world trade center, the Na 677-8020 9 a. 111. till 5:30:
AN9WEU! on the 6th day of
AND March 1967, .
THE NAME OF THE at the hour of 9:00: a.m. to consider tionalGeographicsays.Shanghai's bAA ..
STATE OK FLORIDATOVMAUIE the advisability of closing colorful waterfrontwas
ANDERSON vacating and abandoning said
Jammed with merch-
7125 GAGE AVENUE road: and the Clerk of this
COMMERCE. CALIFORNIA Board Is ordered and directed to antmen from all over the
You are hereby notified thata cause notice of said meeting to world is NOTICENotice
; mow strangely quiet.
suit has been brought agalnat be advertised as required by
you In the Circuit Court of Volusla Sec. 336.10. Florida Statutes.
County, Florida, by This thlll 6th day of February
CHARLES ANDERSON JR., and A. D. 1967. 6-0212-0002 Eatman. E. A..
you personally are hereby or by required attorney to with file BOARD OF COUNTY COM Bunnell. Fla.Information. concerning the is hereby given that a municipal election
the Clerk of Bald Court your MISSIONERS, FUAGLER amount or description of the will be held in the City of Bunnell Florida on
written defenses, If any. to the LOUIS Property and the name and address -
Complaint In said suit on or before M. STEFLIK of the holder may be obtained -
the 3rd day of March. A.D. Feb. Chairman by any persons possessing Tuesday, the 7th day of March, A. D. 1967,
1967. and also to serve a copy of 9-16-2tc. an Interest In the property by for the of electing three City Commis
your written defenses upon Addressing' an Inquiry to Fred O.Dickinson. ,
Messrs. Ossinsky and Krol 411 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Jr. State Comptroller sioners. All persons desiring to have their
Main Street Daytona Beach RS Administrator, Abandoned
of Florida March on A.D.or before 1967. as the requiredby 3rd day NOTICE SON OF NAME OF TEII- Tallahassee Property Florida.Division.Be Capitol.sure to names printed upon the official ballot as can
Florida Rules of Civil APPEARING TO HE mention account number, name Clerk
Procedure and herein fall not or OWNER PROPERTY.OF AIIANDO\ED and address as published In this didates are required to. pay to the City of
Decree Decree will Pro Confesso be entered and against Final Pursuant to Section 13 of notice. Unless proof twill the of ownership holderby said City, with whom he qualifies, a filing fee
you That by the default.name of the Court In entitled Unclaimed Chapter "Florida 717. Florida Disposition Statutes of, April be delivered 25, 1967,to the the property Administrator : of five per centum ((5 % ) of the annual salaryof
which said suit has been Instituted is hereby Property Act", notice l Thereafter all further the office of City Commissioner of said Cityon
the persons claims
la the Circuit Court, Seventh listed must be directed to the
Judicial Circuit of Florida I below appear to be the Administrator.FRED .
owners of unclaimed personal or before 12:00: o'clock noon, on the 24th
In and for Flagler County Flor- or O. DICKINSON, JR.
ida and that the title of said abandoned.intangible property presumed As Administrator. day of February, A. D. 1967.
cause la as herelnabove set forth. Feb. 9. 16,2tc
You are further notified that
the nature of said suit Is a suit
for divorce. Notice is further given that the registration
office WITNESS at Bunnell my hand Florida and seal this of CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. books of the City of Bunnell, Florida, are now
30th day of January A.D. 1967.
GEORGE M. MOODY, as Clerk open for registration of voters to and including \
of the Circuit Court of Flagler H. CRAIG Funeral
County Florida Director the 24th day, until 12:00: o'clock noon, of Feb-
By JOYCE couRfeS PATRICK, Clerk JOHN CAPO. Manager ruary, A. D. 1967.
OSSINSKY AND KROL. AIR OXYGEN
Attorneys for Plaintiff LADY
411 Daytona Main Beach Street Florida CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I ATTENDANT I I EQUIPPED ((8) Mrs. Nancy C. Rodgers,
Feb. 2-9-16-23-4to AMBULANCES City Clerk: City of Bunnell,
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN Phone ID 7-3532
TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF feb. 2916234tc. r -
201 E. MOODY BLVD.
TIIH !SEVENTH JUDICIAL BUNNELL. FLORIDA
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR FLAG-
LER COUNTY FLORIDA.
IN RE FORFEITURE OF THE
FOLLOWING DESCRIBED ORTHO talks sense: .
1965 Ford Mustang two-door
Serial No. 65AM2513A6431, En- U .
gine No. C5DE6015. radio '.
heater and tire. Ml -- .,
30 Cat carbine arrp Machine "
gauge, N.W.J.)H.1 Davenport- Single Shot Shotgun 12- Is there really something that kills everything, \ '
and 1 spotlight. i t -- -
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: that bugs ? .
ALL PERSONS, FIRMS ANDCORPORATIONS you
OR CLAIMING AN 41
INTEREST IN OH LIEN ON '
THE ABOVE DESCRIBED :
YOU AND EACH OF YOU are t : .. .
hereby notified that the above M)j) ': '" : '
described property has been !;- .*; f / '::
seized under and by virtue of
chapter 372, as amended, and Is I : :
now in the possession! of the ,r! 4I _;. : ;i' : < :: .. ;
Florida Game and Fresh Water \.. ..,.,, L", : .. : +
Fish Commission, and you, and \ ." I ", .
each of you are hereby furthernotified 1\\'' : ,' .W ,.. ;"
that a petition, under Ii ,\ '
Raid chapter, has been filed in the ..; : .
Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial (L4VIVERSI9L" I I :- 1 t.i. t.
Circuit in and for Flag- o .. :
ler County Florida\ seeking the VG I \
forfeiture of the said property, k/LLM9
and you are hereby directed anlf I \
required to file your claim MACHINE
any you have, and show cause,
on or before March 9th, 1967, if j( 1
not personally served with pro / Probably not.
cess herein, and within twenty .
days from personal service If ...
should herein personally, not why served be the forfeited said with property process pursuant But if one ever crops up, it'll probably wear the ORTHO'label.
to said chapter. Should you _
fall to file claim as herein directed Because there is the closest
Judgment will be enter- right now thing to a good all-around
f ed herein against you In due
I served a course.copy of with Persons the process petition not may for personally forfeiture obtain- quick-kill on the market. And ORTHO makes it. ORTHO DIBROM
filed herein from the undersigned -
WITNESS Clerk my of Court.hand and the by name. One of the best all-around liquid insect Aphid Alfalfa: )Webworm Leal LcifPtrforitorLeit Miners
seal of the above mentioned Army Worms Roller
Court, at Bunnell, Florida thisFebruary Slate Beetle
let, 196.GEORGE M.?.MOODY killers you can buy today. It kills off close to a BoUWormiCaterpillar. Loopen Ljriui Buf
Clerk of the Above : .
By Mentioned Joyce Deputy Patrick Court Clerk hundred and fifty different kinds of sucking and Cora Gtrui Earworm Cutwormi MoiquitoetNitiduliJi
Feb. 9. Ito Cucumber Beetle Omnivorous list Tie'
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT chewing insects. On contact- Everything from Cutworm DiimondBackCiterpillin PkklewormiDrmophili PuchTwifBoreiMl
Sealed REQUEST bids will FOR be IIIDS received flies-even the resistant ones-to the little old Fluhoppert Fle.Beetle. Soft Brown Sale r'Wlerafruit .
In the City Clerkof Sorfhum Webwonn?
rtceofobJ jFlorlda. Flies Spider Mites
in the Civic Center Building aphids that everyone's after. (Even so properly Gnats Mnk Bugs
until 8:00: p.m. on the 21st day Hop Looper Tent Ci tcrpMi n
of February A. D. 1 8T.
and(2) 1,000 pumps gallon Installed gasoline regular tanks timed it's kind to lots of the beneficial predators.) Imported Lcifhopperi/ Cabbage Worm Thrift WhiteOy; <<
gas (octane number shall be 92 The...nrt .
or more.) test gas (octane
number 10W30 and shah Heavy be 97 or Duty n or.90), ORTHO DIBROM kills fast, has short residual life. It kills I j
weight oil, multi-purpose gear
kerosene lubricant All prices and chassis shall Number be lubricant:2 firm di Ml.tor larvae" interrupts pest life cycle. And it's compatible with most other .
the duration of the contract
Each bid shall be addressedto
the City CommisslqnelP.: O.
} 766. Bunnell. Florida, The
City right Commissioners to reject any Mid reserve land hiS Use ORTHO DIBROM. Next thing you know, just about I
also to accept the bid t ,
Bunnell.In best Its Interest Judgment Florida.of will the be City for the of everything that bugs you is either dead or dying.
W1TNK88 my hand and official -
seal this 7th day of Feb- Splendid stuff.
ruary, A. D. 19fT. .
(8) C. B. Klsenbach. 74y ol'ATTBI.ij I. -
y of Bunnell Florida
(8) Nancy C. Rodgers ,
City Clerk. IIIOM
Feb. t.ll-ltc. r.
NOTICE OF BEAMING I
The Petition of H. C. CONK
and HARRIET G. CONE for the CHEVRON CHEMICAl COMPANY
closing, vacating and abandon- ORTHO DIVISION IM MudiM,C***.M*
ment platted of unimproved that portion, of dirt an road.un- t Part of the..*.. ftnf.f Chtvim served. _
known Road that Jl :
,within as Flagler Relay County, Fi" 1ft Ail Ml111e. tMMMsSe4 Mid Fev.sN. .....e.c .t.LJI"I"IIIlI\ :.... '
nnd bisects 6, 6. .........OtNYiI61fl ld.....f.....e ',. .,
14. 15. 19 23cands24 In 'I.-' '''
ship 14 Mouth. Range 30 lilt,
pursuant to provisions of Sec-
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,$. .- ,., --', .TO' 'r
8 THE FLAGLEH TRIBUNE TOURS* FEB. 9, 1967 her metod Icon, accompaniedby has activated the unit whichis
Mr. Lyman Gage at the an M. P. outfit.METHODIST aug tell 'i9.4
Door will be given ,
: piano. prizes
i and refreshments will be CHUHCH NEWS School NetuA
c- served afn the Auction. Thereis
III / Jer no charge for admittanceand The Woman's Society of
d5each MISS BUNNELL
the public Is cordially In. Christian Service Is planninga
vited. Valentine luncheon and hat HIGH CONTESTThe
show 14th at 1
i on February annual Miss Bunnell
here with p. m. In Fellowship Hall Res. High Contest, sponsored by
INTERESTING BUSY al. The will attend the lectures Visiting Saturday
ervatIons are to be made In the Tri-Hl-Y Club will be
SCOUTS and tours on Atomic Julia Harvey were Mr. and ,
WEEKS FOR BOY
Energy and Space Explora Mrs. J. T. Rogers, Macon, Ga. advance by calling Mrs. William held on Saturday evening,
t, Monday evening the Boy tions. All boys are required to and Mrs. Frank, Squires and Givens, phone 4392385. February 18.Twenty.one.
Scouts of Troop 495 had ,their "Be Prepared", as always, and son George of, Jacksonville.AI The last two services of will the girls will be
"Venture In Faltn" week
third In a series of handicraft bring along their notebooks, presented to the public at
be tonight and tomorrow
'programs or model building. pencils and merit badge and Leola Jones spent eight o'clock in the high
night at 7:30: m. Rev. Richard
Last their meeting was p.
night pamphlets. the weekend with friends In school gymnasium.The .
Howe from Jacksonville is
centered around model cars In
,Omega, Ga. Judges have been chosen
the guest minister for these
view of the high Interest
AUCTION services.All and will interview the contestants -
week In Beach.
speed Daytona WOMAN'S CLUB Grace and Michele Steflik members are remindedof on'Thursday, eve-
Scoutmaster Bob Wallace
.'., :,. stated that of the boys An evening of entertain. of Tallahassee spent the week th World Day of Prayer to ning, February 16. The girls
many end here with their parents, will be judged on the basis of
for morrow morning at the Bap
working on merit badges ment and fun Is In store
.' In fields where this kind of those attending the Annual Mike and Betty Steflik, Flag tist Church of Bunnel. Time poise, moral aims, character,
handicraft 'will 'be beneficial. "Country" Auction at the ler Beach. They are both seniors will be 10 a. m. and personality.
Florida State Univer contestants their
at Judges, ,
i The Halifax District of the Flagler Woman's Club tonight I
sity and will receive their degrees FBES CAFETERIA PLAN escorts and guests will at.
Boy Scout Council will con beginning at 7 p. m.
In April. tend the Miss Bunnell High
duct a series of six leader There will be a novelty dancing
at six thirty 'be
banquet p. m.
training sessions at the Daytona act by a chorus made up
.; Beach Junior College. of Misses Anne and Kathy Mr, Danny Frailey, son of The Flagler Beach Elemen, fore the .contest, in the school
The first of these sessions Is Bourne, Mary Ann Steflik, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shlll ar tary School Cafeteria will cafeteria.The
set for February 14 at 7:30 p. Barbara Wilson, Mrs. Charles rived home yesterday from sponsor a spaghetti dinneron 1965.1966 Miss Bunnell
m. and will coincide with Boy Sindelar and Mrs. Sam No- Darien, Ga. where he has Saturday, February 18th. High, Margie Lee Blakely,
Scout Week-Feb.. 713. vick. There will be a "surprise" been employed for the past The purpose of the dinner Is will be on hand to crown our
More merit badge work will skit under the direction few months. Danny leaves to. to make it possible for Mrs. new Miss Bunnell High.
be acquired on Saturday, February of Mrs. ,Francis Bishop of morrow for'Fort Benning, Ga. Les Waterman, cafeteria man There will 'be several formsof
25th when the troop ISprtlngfleld, Mo., who will also where he will Join the U. IS. ager, and Mrs. Gene Spivey, entertainment to be seen
plans a trip to Cape Canaver play several solo renditions on Army reserve unit. The Army helper, ,to attend the Florida while the judges confer pri
Food School Convention in
The public is cordially invited .
Tampa. This is Mrs. Waterman's ,
and there will be a
small charge; adults 75c,
and Mrs. SpIvey's first yearas
assistant, so their attendance .
The Coronation/ Ball will
: will be very beneficialto follow at the civic center and
Even the seats have the school. music will be provided.
Tickets may 'be purchasedfrom Carol Townsend,
any P. T. A. room moth. Reporter
I er, at J. D.'s Thrlftway or at
in Chevrolets Cole's Variety store. There will COOL AND IMPROPERIn
,: locks also evening be a of special homemade sale apple that winter an improperly
dressed will feel aboutas
pies. Orders for these will be
much pain at plus 40 de.
We put automatic i latches on all our folding seat-backs to keep them from flop. 439.2449 taken In advance by calling gress as at 40 degrees below
o or any eve-
ping forward should you ever stop suddenly. The seat sits upright until you tripa I ning after 5 o'clock. zero. The nerves that register
loss-of-heat pain are like fire-
latch. The menu will Include alarm bells that ring just as
spaghetti, cole slaw, home. loudly for a small blaze as a
Additional items we put into the '67 Chevrolet, as handy pushbutton releasesfor made apple pie, bread and large one, the ,National Geo
the seat belts, an ash tray that glides in and out on ball bearings, a 4-speaker' be beverage.from 5 Serving to 7 p. m.time in will the graphic says.
stereo tape system you can add, not to mention noticeable improve- Flagler Beach School cafeteria.
ments in the way the car rides and handles. Go to your dealer's. GM-. 1 .
Drive a new Chevrolet, get a free sample of _..__ 't- Subscribe to 'The Flagler LICENSE
Tribune DURING YOURFisherman's
$2.50 per year In Advance BIRTH MONTH '
'''that sure feeling
sI ii Inn
FLAGLER BEACH AT BRIDGE
[ : \I. ; Your Favorite Beer and Snack Bar-Pizza
'I ,. ,, "" ,... Oyster Roast Feb. 12, $1.50 per person
A. } ;:, .
A I .. \'. Open 7:30 a. m. Till ? Closed Monday
III 2;. -.=.-.':.., Boats for Rent-Docking & Gas.-Phone 4399211Medical
I Releases I s. .
'Cr -, .
at a touch !1
to allow easy entry
Into the rear. CareBegins
'Ui time sickness you want-and
demand-the best of care. But do you
know that much of this care must
-r-i come from yourself?
..M.. ,.Iuf'_ Too many people consider that a
.... doctor's advice is something to be taken
or ignored-depending on how they
(" feel at the moment. These people do
I\ r1 not receive the fullest benefit from their
-- physician's attention.
!j Care begins when you conserve your
Automatically .,,1' strength and follow your doctor's orders.
locks Keep him accurately informed about
-'' to hold seat-backs \ your condition; take your medicines
securely upright J according to directions; and follow his
instructions carefully. By so doing, you
become a good patient, one who gets
the greatest possible benefit from the
care he receives.
a Bring your doctor's prescriptions:
to our Pharmacy to be filled by
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>BUNNELL, FLA. PHONE 437-3325
BUNNELL. FLORIDA PHONE 47-311
MO S. STATE