The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: February 16, 1967
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00371
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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Would YouBELIEVE The Callahan and

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It Happened In Flagler HastingsThe

County 10 20. 40 years'ago!
Bunnell Bulldogs handed
? 55. NO.7 BUNNELL FLORIDA. THURSDAY FEBRUARY. 16 1967 $150 A YEAR Callahan a 74.59 setback

Friday night The Bunnell

10 YEARS AGO MISS BUNNELL HIGH CONTESTANTSPictured boys outran, outshot and outplayed
the Callahan cagers.in .
The BUS girls basketball .
f their best performance of
team, under coach Viola Ton. =
the season. The Bulldogs were
kin made it the 1957seasOn
able to keep the lead the entire
with flying! colors. The game. Darrell Britt took

girls team under co-captains, the high point honors for the
Barbara Cantrell and Carol Bunnell .team with 25 points;
Jean Moody won the semifinals t Ray Krutz 17, Walton Cowart

of the St. Johns confer t 16, Dan Cody 6 and John Cook
ence from D & B School. 5
Barbara Cantrell and Jo Ann Still riding high after Fri

Morris were elected to the all day's victory, the Bunnell five

conference ,team. overpowered Hastings 65.26 in
Other team members were j i ii at
: a game Hastings Tuesday
Fern Allen, Penny Barditsky, night.

Melinda Dupont, Cella Joyce The Bulldogs have a 14.6
Emery, Frankie Lynn, Judy
.'J record and a 9.4 conference
Lewis, Tess Massle, MargaretAnn record. The team will travelto

McCort, Margaret Peavy, Baldwin Friday night.
Katie Stewart and Irene Mor- Game time is 6:3fr: for the B

rell. Team and .the varsity boys

ITo will see action at 8:00: p. m.
20 YEARS AGO A large turnout is expectedas

avoid substantial ex* this will be the last gameof

pease of printing and distributing the season. The District
new sugar ration booksto Tournament will be in Bun-

residents, the OPA an. nel February 24 and 25.

nounced all sugar ration
stamps made valid after April JOSEPH COOK '

1st, 1947, would be good for left to right are contestants and their sponsors: Susan Peterson, Flagler] Beach Fire- DIED SUNDAY
10 pounds of sugar instead of men Ann Meekins FHA Club Jane Green
; ; Flagler Woman's Club; Jeanne Higginbotham, Country
5 M: Cook brother of
pounds. Joseph ,
Club; Janice Seale, T&T Packers; Kathy Emery Cattlemen's Anne
Association; Bourne, Chamber II. T. Cook of Bunnell and'St.
Seventy-five attended Youth of Commerce; Patsy LJngold, FTA Club; Johnnie Ruth Miller, Student Council; Carol Lynda Augustine, passed away Sunday

Council Saturday night, and Townsend, Spanish-Latin Club; Terry Lawton, Black's Florist; Linda Lingold, Tri-Hi-Y; Nancy February 12th. Mr. Cook,

participants In the Talent Hargett, Sophomore Class; Jo Anne Wilson, Junior Class; Lesa Knight,. Freshman Class; Sue 56, was a resident of Mayo, I

Show were Charlotte Bailey, Broadaway, Finesse Club; Genece Minschew, King Bros. Farms; Carol Fryman, Senior Class; Florida.

songs and tap dance; Betty Brenda Townsend, Beta Club. Not pictured are Delores Deen, the Idlewood Club and Paqulta Surviving are his widow,

Berry, blues songs; Ginger Hugas, VFW Auxiliary. Sara; a son, Edward, Mayo;
. Bailey, solo; Mardell Eisen- a daughter, Mrs. Virginia
bach and Rosa Maude Mc- Twenty-one contestants will Stewart, Tallahassee; his
Dowall, ballroom dance; vie for the title of Miss Bun. mother, Mrs. George Cook De- I
Odell Strickland, Wanda nell High in Saturday nights Woman's Club GROW ONE OR land; three brothers and three \

Whitaker and Mardell Eisen- annual contest sponsored by BUY ONE sisters.

bach trio. And last but not the.TTl-III-Y Club, at 8:00: p. Sidewalk Art Funeral services were heldat
least the Hoodlum Orchestra, m./'In the BHS Gymnasium.The Have you been asked to do. the Mayo Baptist Church

conducted by Billy; Bowden. participants will be nate to the anniversary fund and burial\ was at Bethel Cemetery. .
judged on moral alms, poise, Show March 7Efttn by purchasing a Permit .

40.YEARS AGO character: 'and personality.. Fiftieth anniversary committee I
Serving as judgcajrfll'be: Mrs. blanks may .'be obtained 2 COMPLETE LAW
-' members asking
Telephone lines to Flagler Nagl Abraham* Mrs> I* C. at the Flagler Beach are
Beach were utnder construc Bembry, Mrs Wilbur Sheffield, Library or from members of the clean shaven gentlemenof ENFORCEMENT AT

Lion by Southern Bell Telephone H. V. Peavy, and. Keene Cur. the Art Show Committee for our community to purchase FLORIDA ACADEMYDeputy
permits to help defray the anniversary
Company. Two circuits, the Sidewalk Art Show span.
consisting four wires be. nee.The Coronation, Ball will follow sored by the Flagler Wom celebration expen Wilfred E. Hunterof
tween Bunnell and Flagler at the Bunnell Civic Cen an's Club, Saturday, March 4, ses. The permit entitles the the Flagler County Sheriffs
Beach, took two weeks to com ter. "King John and the Bar 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. at the owner to refrain from growing Office and Chief T. E. Pelllcer,
plete-for a service that had ons" will provide the music Flagler Beach RecreationHall. a beard for the celebra Bunnell Police Department,
long been needed.W. for the semiformal affair. tion. One of our local whisker completed a "General Law
checkers will probably ask Enforcement School" presented
Blanks must be filled out
H. (Uncle Bill) Lewis and returned by Feb. 28 with you for a '$5.00 donation if by the Florida Law Enforcement

was appointed by the county $2 fee to be eligible for the they notice you prefer shavIng Academy. The program .
commissioners to continue as showing, and to be assuredof privileges. included subjects suchas

the East Coast Canal bridge ON SALEThe space. Committee members P. A. : Laws of Arrest, Modern

tender.A Contestants must 'be responsible Edmonsonv George M. Moody Trial Evidence, Arrest Prob.
FHA club of Bunnell lems, Traffic Accident Investigations
for their entries.
own and Tom Lenssen invite t he
$100 cash prize was of- High School has begun thehi The following categories' are ladles of the county to also and many other
annual sale of the Favorite subjects relating to modern
fered to the 'first person who open for the public for competition participate In the permit pro
Recipes of Home Economics law enforcement procedure
would grow 100 bushels of : Ladies a
gram. may optain
Teachers cookbooks. Available the prevention of crime.
corn on an acre of Flagler Oils, portraits, landscapes, permit providing them with
only through high school
County soil. Ten business men still-life, Impressionistic, water special privileges during the
put up ten dollars each at the home economics departments, colors, plastics, sketchingIn festivities.The FREE BREATHING
suggestion of County Agent these books cannot be purchased Ink, charcoal, pastels and TESTS GIVEN FOR
Nieland. Nieland stated the from any commercial pencil, and number paintings, permit 'badges are num.
sandy loam soil was especially outlet. The latest edition, etc. bered and may prove more COUNTY RESIDENTSFree

] adapted to raising corn "Meats, "including Poultry and valuable than $5 before the pulmonary function
and in his opinion 100 bushels Seafood; Is just off the press. celebration is over. The numbers tests will be given at the
(Other editions in the series
an acre could be raised. RABIES SHOTS will be used for draw- 'Woman's Club In Flagler
"Desserts"Salads "Cas-
Prize money was put up by are seroles" FOR PETSDr. Ings of cash prizes scheduledto Beach, Friday, February 17th
L. T. Nle( land, J. J. McLana- and and Foods."Vegetables. ) Benj. Rawls veterinarian be conducted at the various and 24 from 10 a. m. until 4:00p. :
han The Flagler Tribune, T. Foreign activities being planned by
The most complete volumeof of Daytona Beach, will be m. by the Spaceport! Area
E Holden, Bunnell Hardware, the committee.
Tuberculosis and
its kind, the 'Meats" book at the Flagler Beach City Hall Respiratory
J. M. Biddle, E. F. Warner F.
Disease Is
Assn. The service
L. Byrd, Ed Johnson and William contains over 2,000 recipes on Tuesday, February 28th to (NOTE: Sheriff P. A. Edmenson -
being sponsored by the Flag
Kudrna. submitted by home econom inoculate all dogs aganist reports all ladles
ics !teachers throughout the rabies, between the hours of10and2p.m. growing beards will be entitled ler woman's Club under fee
direction of :Mrs
Ffrank Bfede.
nation. .
The choice
ranges to FREE PERMITS)
St Johns.Park had 25 farmsof
The detection survey was
from budget-wise simplicity Residents of Flagler Beach
the finest soil in the state,
initiated as a case finding
to gourmet elegance.For are asked to bring their pets.
producing good and over AMERICAN LEGION
: crops survey examination for emphysema
the sports-minded family early] ,to avoid the rush.
twer; -flve thousand citrus there's a section on Wild A $4.00 fee is charged for WILL OBSERVE and other pul en-
fnK trees and two thousand ary diseases, and Is under
Game and another on Outdoor the inoculation and (tags may
grape vines. The beautiful Meats. be obtained for $1.00. 30 ANNIVERSARY the direction of Dr. Anthony ,
Haw Creek flowed thru the J. Puteo at
Favorite Recipes of Home The Thirtieth Anniversaryof Anesthesiologist
area. This was one of thedcocast Economics Teachers books SIX QUALIFY FOR the American Legion, Post Halifax Hospital.The .
livers In Florida the 115 will be observed Monday simple breathing -
make excellent gifts for
eteffei reaches sixty feet in occasion. To order evening, at the Bunnell Civic test: (not to be confused with I
places and the lake cad during contact the home place economics an ELECTION MARCH 7 Center. A covered dish dinner chest x-ray) requires only a !

the last three mites ha department at Bunnell High Qualified to run in the will be served at 7:00 p. m. few minutes to take. The results
water from 20 to 60 ft. deep.Hie School. Flagler Beach City Cmn s- Special recognition wUl be are cssBputed and check-
dream was navigable iir lion race March 7 are in. granted to charter members ek by Dr. Puleo and his staff.If .

large river boats from Lake BUFFET DINNER cumbents Willie S. HajrtMB, A. 1C. McDanlel, M. B. Fuller, the test is abnormal the
Qrelceat.ONoNOL. Charles Rockett and George John MdAtosh, O. F. Alford person is notified and advised
PMDAY MIGHT Wlckline. Howard Lerch has and C. M. Miller. to see his or her personal I

The Bunnell land Paxas... also qualified far one of the Walter S. Morris is fa physician for future ....

XKMDALLIN Association will ....... a three seats to ,be filled on the charge of the program. You should not smoke for
HALIFAX HOSPITAL Buffet Dinner, Friday. Feb.24th commission. Filing for the Arthur! McCarthy, National 2 hours before taking the test
Mends of George Kendall in the BurmeU eaI cafeterla. Mayor's post at the beach is taacutfre Commtttasman red in order to have a more reliable

will fee sorry. to learn he is a Serving vrfll' begIn at incumbent B. L. MeNab.. Also other Ameriean Legion dtptides *. test
patient at Halifax Hospital 5:00 p. m. and continue until seeking election as mayor toDeadline will attend the esM .- Christinas Seal contributions

Daytona leach. He was admitted everyone is __. TUbMaafe Herb F..... ... arsppeR W. ____ sarw.
Monday for treatment *L25 for adalts and lee fcrchildren. tor qualifying. was The puWk to ovdtoJbrvttedto Ie fees anordMy to- ....

and his room number to SIM. Tuesday, Feb. 14. ...... Mffler, program Mule b.U' .

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2-THE FLAGLEH TRIBUNE I TOURS.. FEB. 16. 1C67 tfnn 3UO"" Ana Ufl1 O. Florida WAR ON FIRE. ANTIS

LEGAL Au "".......__.....,. ofb CountyComa
------ ton the Doard HIGHLY

mbr 3Iflag\tr\ SribunrINCORPORATED division of the Town of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, SEV- FloridaeTthist3rdldaerof Janu1tsY : ;
map thereof Book FOR FLAQLUH COUNTY. reguiart monthly umeeting I
fet :geMftl
DUNNELL. FLORIDA the page Clerk 26 of In the Circuit of CHARLES ANDERSON. JR. and the Board having considered The first attempt to eradicate -

Court In and for Flagler Plaintiff rr the IS same HEREBY, RESOLVED the Imported fire ant In

County. Florida. I MARIE ANDERSONCIVIL VI. that a public hearing will be Florida has proven highly-

LEN WILSON Three One l Defendant. held at the meeting room of the according to
Nine(9)and Ten successful early
Editor and Publisher (3) ACTION NO. 21 Board of County Commissioners
(10) of Block "K: Lake NOTICE TO APPEAR of Flagler County, evaluation.
BETTE S. McDANDSL Terrace Subdivision, being a AND ANSWERIN on the/ 6th day of March 1967.

Newt resubdlvlslon of Lots THE NAME OF THE : cloning of
3. 4. 12 and IS. lJr STATE OF FLORIDA elder the advisability Commissioner Agriculture

Section 14, Township 12 TO: MARIE ANDERSON vacating and abandoning sad Doyle Conner announced that \

Designated newspaper for all South. Range 30 East as 7125 GAGE AVENUE road; and the, Clerk of thisBoard Initial of the four
the survey
shown by of directed to
dk1n noticeeofdsaid
AdvertfaingEntered race Subdivision I the You are hereby notified thata cause meeting to county 450,000 acre area
office of the Clerk of the suit has been brought against be advertised, as required by of
Circuit Court for Flagler you In the Circuit Court of Volu- Sec. 336.10. Florida Statutes. which Includes parts Lake
as second lass matter County Florida in Plat Book sla County, by This the 6th day of FebruaryA. Orange Seminole and Volusla

:.February 42 of said Counties, no tIace.: of
office at Bunnell, Florida under Plat Book 1. EXCEPT you are hereby required to file BOARD OF COUNTY COM
that portion deeded to personally or by attorney with MISSIONERS FLAGLER the pest following the second
Act of March a, 1878. the State of Florida for highway the Cleric of said Court, your COUNTY. FLORIDABy of a mirex treat-
purposes written defenses if any., to the :: (s) LOUIS M, STEFLIK
that on the 6th day of March. Complaint in said suit on or before ChairmanFeb. ment.
One Year __.--2.30 A. D. 1967 between the legal the 3rd day of March A.D. 9-16-2tc.

lib: Month ...___.'1.23 hours of sale namely 11OC: 1967, and also to serve a copy of of the state are
o'clock In the forenoon ana 2:00 your written defenses upon LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNOTICK Many parts

o'clock in the afternoon on said .. Osslnsky and Krol. 411 still infested with the pest, an

day, at the Flagler County Main Street Daytona Beach OF INTENTION TO unwelcome visitor to Floridafor
Courthouse in Bunnell. Flagler Florida; on or before the 3rd day APPLY TO TIIK FLORIDA .
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 'County, Florida: (anticipatedtime of March. A.D. 1967, aa requiredby STATE LEGISLATURE! OFI9 more than 20 3'ears. .
of this sale 11:00: A.M.) I the Florida Rules of Civil 7 FOR TUB PASSAGE! OF l

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH will offer for sale and sell to Procedure and herein fall not or LOCAL LEGISLATION! and
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. the hlgflhest bidder, for cash In Decree Pro Confesso; and Final TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Last spring summer,

IN AND FOR FLAGLEIi hand the above described real Decree will be entered against NOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVEN the central Florida eradication

COUNTY FLORIDA properties of said Defendants you by default of the intention to apply to the aerial
ROSWELL C. PAULK subject to taxes, prior mortgagesand That the name of the Court in Legislature of the State of Flor- area received treatments

Plaintiff liens If any to satisfy said which said suit has been instituted ida at its regular session in the of mirex poison bait,' a
TB. execution. Is the Circuit Court, Seventh 1987 a a special 1
P. A EDMONSON Judicial Circuit of Florida, or lI.ioI or arwtt substance powerful toxicant that Is completely

CHLOIS MARLYN DECKER and as Sheriff of :Flagler County, in and for Flagler County, Florida of which contemplatedlaw harmless to humans
DECKER his wife
and that the title of said
Florida Is an act removing certain
Detendantl.NOTIf'F and wildlife. Less than
Is hereinabove set forth. one
: OF ALFRED E. HAWKINS, cause as restrictions from property held
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Attorney for Plaintiff You are further notified that by the City of Flagler Beach, teaspoonful of the toxicantwas

THAT I. P. A. EDMONSON. AS 121 South RIdgewood Avenue the nature of said suit is a suit Florida, municipal propertyand applied to each acre
for divorce. rea per
SHERIFF OP FLAOLER Daytona Beach, Florida particularly described
COUNTY FLORIDA virtue Feb. 2-9.18.23-410 WITNESS my hand and seal of as "All of Block Eight (8) of treatment
office at Bunnell Florida, this
Subdivision of the City
certain Moody's
a Writ of Execution
30th day of January, A.D. 1967.
heretofore Issued out of the Circuit GEORGE M. MOODY, as Clerk of Flagler Beach. Florida according The survey was conductedby
LEGAL to the plat of Moody'sSubdivision
Court Flakier County, FlorIda 'ADVERTISEMENTIN
of the Circuit Court of
on the 6th day of January, Florida FlaglirCounty. of the City of Flag a twelve-man team Including

A. D. 1967, I have levied upon THE CIRCUIT COunT OF JOYCE PATRICK ler Beach Florida, recorded In Inspectors from the
and taken into my custody the FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA By Clerk Plat Book 1 Page 24, of the
Deputy Public Records of Plant Pest Control Division
following described real propertyas (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Flagler County
the property of CHLOIS IN CHANCERY No. B380 OSSINSKY AND KROL) Florida", and tmpowering United (States Dept. of Agriculture -
PECKER and MARLYN DECK MARCELENE BEVANS, for Plaintiff the City of Flagler Beach, Florida
ER his wife the Defendants, Plaintiff Attorneys 411 Main Street to use the above described and the Divlslon!,
located l County. Florida property for any proper municipal -
Plant Florida
d Daytona Beach. Florida Industry Dept.
and described GEORGE BEVANS ,
as follows, to- Feb. 2.9.16.U-4to public purpose; repealingall
wit: Defendant laws In conflict herewith; of Agriculture, who Jointly
NOTICE TO DEFEND and providing when this law
financed the
Being: the West 150.0 feet of THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN shall take effect. project.
the East 250.0 feet of Tract GEORGE G. BEVANS whose Date February 9 1967

12. Block "A", of Section 11, address and place of residence THE CIRCUIT COURT OF HELEN NOLTE, Clerk, Results of the treatment'

Township II South. Range is unknown, THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL City of Flagler Beach and will be used
SO East, according to plat of You are hereby notified thata CIRCUIT IN ANI FOIJ1'IAAG. Florida. survey by
,Bunnell Development Com suit has been filed against you LKR Feb. 16-23; Mar. 2-9-67 state and federal agricultural
pany recorded in Plat Book in the above entitled cause; and IN RE gWttTJ'JlgfATHEFOLLOWING:
officials in
1 at Page 1 of the Public you are hereby required to file planning future
Records of Flagler County, your answer with the Clerk of PROPERTY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTKNOW !' campaigns against, the Pest. I

Florida and more particularly this Court and to serve a copy 1966 Ford Mustang, two-door.
YE. that I. TOM AD- \
described thereof
at the as Northeast follows: Beginning upon the plaintiff orplaintiffs Serial No. 66AM2513A6431, Engine AMS. Secretary of State of the The Imported fire ant has

corner attorney, whose name
No. C5DE6015, radio, State of Florida
of the said and address do hereby give
Tract 12. Is: been I
a long-standing problemIn
heater and tire. 1
notice that
spare First
a Special Primary
"A" ai a point of reference CHARLES J. LUKE II
Cat f
and running thence 260 North RIdgewood Avenue 30 carbine (Plalnfleld Machine Election will be held on Florida. The Insect made
South N. J.) 1 Single Shot 12 Tuesday, February 28. 1967, for
87 degrees 32 minutes Daytona Beach, Florida 32014 gauge W. H Davenport Shotgun the of Its debut in the state duringthe
purpose filling
SO seconds not vacancies
West the later
along than
North line of the said Tract A. D., 1987. February 26th, and 1 spotlight.THI1 in Legislative Offices and the mid 1940s a'nd' spread I

12. Block "A", a distance of If you fall to do so, decree pro I ALL STATE PERSONS OF FLORIDA FIRMS AND TO: Florida State Senate the slowly down the peninsula in
100 feet to the point of beginning confesso will n COHPORATION& Florida House of Representa I
of this description'thence you for the r rlfnt demanded in HAVING OR CLAIMING OWNING AN tives. the succeeding two decades. 1 d
87 A Second Special Primary
continuing South the bill
complaint. The natureof
degrees 32 minutes 80 seconds said suit INTEREST IN OR LIEN ON Election, if necessary, will bfl The vicious is j
West, along the North IVORCEr THE ABOVE DESCRIBED held on Tuesday. March 14, 1967, pest ,capable

line of the said Tract 12. WITNESS my hand and seal PROPERTY.YOU and a Special Election of Tues of inflicting a painful, sting I
Block "A", a distance of 160 of said Court this 20th day of hereby notified that the above are day, March 28, 1967. on man and animal. Actual
feet; thence South 1 degree January A. D. 1987. IN TESTIMONY
26 minutes 15 seconds East a GEORGE M. MOODY described property has been WHEREOF I have crop damage is limited generally
distance of 279.94 feet to the seized under and by virtue of hereunto set hand
Clerk of said Circuit my to
seed feeder and
Northerly boundary of the 60 Court chapter 372. as amended, and Is and caused the Great roots

foot right of way (Official S1'8.1) now in the possession of the Seal of the State of young plants, but the huge .
Florida Game and :Fresh Water
Brick Road; thence 78 By /s/ Joyce Patrick (SEAL) Florida to be affixed
Imported fire
e "' 69 minutes 16 sec Deputy Clerk Fish Commission, and lOt'irt: and at Tallahassee, the ant mounds area ,

ends East, along said Northerly Jan. 26, :Feb. S. 9, 16, 1967, 4tc each notified of you that are a petition h under Capital, this Tenth day general nuisance to fanning; 1
right of way of February, A D.,
'. a distance of boundarr' said chapter, has been filed in the 1967. operations.The '
thence North 11SJ reee2d; LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial TOM ADAMSSECRETARY

minutes 16 seconds West a Circuit In and for Flag. mounds may number as
distance of 315.72 feet to the IN TIIR UNITED ler County, Florida, seeking the OF STATE
I point of beginning of this COURT STATES FOR Tim DISTRICT forfeiture of the said propertYJ Feb. 16.23 Mar. 2-3tc high as 200 per acre, in a heavily

description. Bearings are referred !MIDDLH and you are hereby r Infested
DISTRICT OF FLOR required to file claim, nlf area and.are often
to your
the Magnetic Meridian
JACKSONVILLE! DIVISION any you show cause LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT! responsible for broken
with no variation offset NO. ttCl-350-Clr-J :veMct or severely
on or t 9th, 1967 if;
and parcel
containing 1.03 THEODORE
I PIECHOCINSKI, not personally served with process IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT SEV damaged harvesting ,
4 I AND acres,ALSO Plaintiff, herein, and within twenty ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN equipment.

( Being a part of Tract 12 of FLORIDA STITE PAVING, INC., days from personal service if AND FLORIDA FOR FLAGLIR COUNTY,

Block A, Section II, Township a corporation, personally served with process CIVIL ACTION LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
12 South, Range SO herein, why the said property NO. J U1A '
Defendant should not he forfeited) COLLIE MAE WEBB,
East and mare pursuant NOTICE OF
particularly NOTICE OF SALE Plaintiff ENTRY OF ORDER
described as follows: Beginning Notice Is hereby given that to said chapter. Should you DECLARING ADMI1VISTIIA-
at the Northeast fail to file claim as herein directed s TIOV
corner pursuant to writ of execution issued DAVID B. WEBB JR. UNNECESSARY.
of Tract 12 of Black A andrunning in the above court on December judgment will be entered Defendant. IN RE ESTATE OF ETTA
thence South 1 degree 12 herein against you In due LORETTA
1966 the undersigned NOTICE OF HESSINGER De
course Persons not SUIT
26 minutes, 16 secondsEast personally
United States Marshal has levied TO: DAVID B. ceased
served with WEBB JR.
along the East line of upon all of the process may obtain To All Persons
right, title, and Whose residence having any
a of the and address
copy for forfeiture
the said Tract 12, a distance Interest of Florida State Paving. filed herein petition II: claims or demands against the
of 339.58 feet to the Northerly Inc., in and to the described Clerk of from the undersigned Faye Avenue estate of ETTA LORETTA HES-
boundary Oa 60 foot located
property, In Ken More Park SINGER deceased:
I I ... Brick right Road of thence North the Old 78 Flagler County, Florida, to wit: seal WITNESS of the my above hand mentioned and the Seaford. Delaware 19973 You and each of you are here
; by

onds degrees West 69 minutes along the 16 said sec 1 1 No.mobile Barber 8661455 Green asphalt loading plant hopper Court February at 1st.Bunnell 1967. Florida, this file with rtehl Clerk of :this Court of notified ETTA administration that an of order the declaring estate

right.of boundary, a distance 1 kiln No. 8372755 GEORGE M. MOODY, filed your Answer to the Complaint ER, deceased LOHETTA HESSINQ-
tfJ2 herein as
feet thence Clerk of the Above against you In the unnecessary
; 1 burner
unit No. 8483155 been
above haf entered
Mentioned entitled by the Honorable
North 1 26 minutes 1 Court cause on or before -
Vest blendlnahOPPl'r By the 18th day T. K. MCKNIGHT, jude of
Joyce of
16 seconds a distance of 1 furnace No. 8573455 Patrick March 1967 the County
Deputy Clerk and serve a copy thereof Judge's Court, Flag
315.72 feet to the North line
oil burner ler
consisting of 5 County
Feb. 9.16.23-3tc JOHN SPENCER Florida. The total
of the said
Tract 12 thence ROBINSON
; tanks (3 large and 2 .mall cash value
Plaintiffs attorney of said estate was
North 87 degrees 32 minutes whose
with crude oil
80 pumps address Is 101 Seabreeze to be $5.000.00. and
seconds along said 1 scale No. 60580. Boule
North line n. distance of and LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT!! vend Daytona Beach Florida assigned ty such order to:
on the 6th day of March, NAME
The "FLAGLER : Mary Grace Ceccarelll.
100.0 feet to the point of beginning 1967. TRIBUNE Is
at the
entrance of
. I itlQITIIST! hereby designated : 98 Oak
of this description. Flagler County Courthouse FOIt BIDS! as the newspaper Avenue -
\ Hearings Bun Sealed bids will be received In which this Connecticut.
'are referred to the nell, Florida between 11:00 order shall
Magnetic Meridian with no and 2:00: Pali. the in the office of the City Clerk be published once a week for 4 : Ruth Elsie Kuban.
variation offset and parcelcontaining offer the same for sale at of the City of Bunnell, Florida, consecutive weeks.YOU HEREIN ADDRESS Port : 60 Arbor Drive: South
In the FAIL NOT Connecticut
Civic OR
0.76 acres, Center Building A DECREE
I public PRO
outcry, and will
sell the NAME
until 8:00 CONFE8AO : John Fred (
: the WILL
EXCEPT: same to the highest and best p.m. on 21st day BE ENTERED Hessinarer, Jr.

,. i Being a part Of Tract 12 of bidder for cash. of(2)February, A. D. 1967, for two AGAINST FAILURE. l"OR SUCH ADDRESS South Port 102 Arbor 1errace.
1,000 gallon Conn.
Block "A', Section 11. Town JOHN E. MAGUIRE. SR. gasoline tanks
The :
ship 12 South, Range 80 East United States Marshal pumps Installed regular nature of this suit Is a Dorothy Lillian/ Phillips.
K' according to plat of Bunnell Feb. 2..16.U-Uo gas (octane number shall be 92 for divorce. : Po pe Ferry Trailer

i Development Company recorded or more,) 11he'hg (octane WITNESS My hand and seal CouMERBiloxi. fie
In Plat Book 1 at LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT' number or more), Bunnell, Flader ('ounty PO iU POWELL
Page 1 of the public recordsof 10WSO and Heavy Duty 30 Florida, this 13th day of February 923
,\ Flagler County Florida, NOTICE OF NAMES OF PER- weight oil, multi-purpose gear A. D. 1967. Bunnell. Florida 32010
and !SONS lubricant, chassis lubricant, GEORGE MOODY Attorney for
; more particularly described APPKARING TO liE As First
f' .. as follows: Beginning OWNKK! OF AHANDONKD kerosene' and Number 2 diesel. Clerk Circuit Court 7.PubllcaUon: Februarys 16.

, r. at the :Northeast cornerof PIIOPKHTY. All' prices shall be firm for FJa, County Florida.By .
the (Official
: of the contract )
the said Tract 12, as a Pursuant to Section 13 of
point of reference and running Chapter 717, Florida Statutesentitled period. (s) Julia R. Harvey
thence South 1 degree "Florida Disposition oI Each bid shall be addressed Deputy Clerk.
2A minutes 15 Unclaimed to the City Commissioners, P. Q. Feb. 16, 23, Mar.
f f' seconds East, Property Act", notice Box 2, 9, 67
along the East line of the Is hereby given that the persons 756, Bunnell Florida. The RENEW YOUR
, aid Tract 12. a distance of listed below appear to be the City Commissioners reserve the -
}' .' 215.72 feet to the point of owners of unclaimed personalor right to rJe accept and all bidsand Subscribe to The Flagler DRIVER'S UCENSE
12 beginning of this description intangible property presumed the bid that '
, ll' ; thence continuing South abandoned. in its judgment will be for the Tribune DURING YOUR '

1 degree 26 minutes 15 seconds 6-0212-0602. Batman. E. A.. best Florida.f the City of $2.50 '
East, along the said Bunnell, Fla, Bunnell, per year In Advance 61RTII MONTH '
Blast line a dtetaaee of 11.... Information concerning the WITNESS my hand and of-
feet to the Northerly boundary amount or description of the tidal seal this 7th day of Feb
of the CO foot right of Property and the name and ad- ruary, A. D. 1967
way of the IC Read dress of the (B) C. B. Mayor
\ t11.B holder may be obtained JIII.enbaChi
thence City Florida
by any persons possessing CRAIG
.econ3.ew..t & I"
minute 16 an Interest In the property by tm l'Iiri' FUNERAL HOMEA.
alone said Northerly boun ad r MJag an Inquiry to Fred O.. c.-Rodgers,
City Clerk.
dary, a distance of 102.89 Dickinson Jr. State Comptrol;
feet: euNnl. degree ler, as Administrator Abandoned Feb. 9-lt-3tc. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
w' 26 minutes """
West, Property
Capitol. .
a distance of 100.0 feet; Tallahassee Florida. Be sure to &HGAL ADVEATI$14.. JOHN CAPO. Maneer
thence North 87 degrees 32 mention
account number, name
( minute 30 seconds East! a and address, as published tn this The OF HfJAiUffQ AIR .
) Pettttoa
distance CONE
of 100.0 feet
to the U '
point of beginning of this ship"? resented tote ojownar-hollar an* KARRlir G. CONs5 for the CONDmONBD LADy OKYO.WBQU17RD
April closing, vacating and abandonsMnt
description. Bearings) are referred by -
M. M$?,
to the Magnetic 2ieridian will be dejTvered to thrP..I't)- platted of that portion of aa un CHAFKL I ATTENDANT I
with no variation offset istrator. Thereafter road,
known as Relay AMBULANCE*
and Road that Hits
parcel containing claims
'.M a.e..... ..wl ll8tra.t must .be directed to the within Flagler Cot Florida,

Lots Twenty-three FRED O: and 1,1.10. PJae.e ID 7-tttt
n Twenty-four (14) (11'ua' : As Administrator.Feb. ,. ship16141 outhanRaage Town
Nine (f) (8-F) Fuqua; Sub- SO Bait Ml K. MOoD K.VB .
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FLAGLER COUNTY Weekly SermonRev.
METHODIST CHURCH Oliver F. Taylor. Pastor \
Flagler Beach Bunnell Methodist Church

I Church Reynold School Nelson, 9:45 Hoover.a. m. ANXIETY

Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Worry In a sense Is the leaven IR% CASH
Youth Fellowship, 6:30 p. m. which keeps a person on an
Chapel Choir Rehearsal even keel. However, this would
Wednesday, 5:45 p. m. depend upon ones definitionof
Chancel Choir Rehearsal., worry. If worry Is completely
Wednesday, 6:30 p. m. out of proportion then It
Men's Club meets the first can cause serious damage to
Monday of each month at a person's" physical and mental
7:30 p. m.Woman's. well.beln g. Christ speaksto lu REFUNDON
Society of Chris- ,us .'about this abnormal
tlon Service the 2nd Thurs concern which would seriously
day, 9:30: a. in.COMMUNITY. hamper us from functioningas
a normal person.
MEMORIAL Everyone needs to.have concern
CHURCH about life and the fu.
Flagler Beach ture so as to have a proper
Her. R. W. Dickert. Pastor perspective by which they EVERYTHING YOU
\ Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. may face the challenge of 'tomorrow
Worship Service, 11 a. m. Life Is blessed and
a e Communion every first Sun- enriched by the thrill of the *
dajrof each quarter. uncertain. Life would be very BUY IN THIS STORE
dull and monotonous if !the
1 FIRST METHODIST uncertainty the future was

4 f BUNNELL completely removed. .
; Her. Oliver Taylor. Pastor Faith In God through
: Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Christ can give us a certain when you mail one cash register tape with:
.1 Worship Service, 11:00 a. m. stability which helps' us to
) Methodist Youth Fellowship, face life In Its darkest mo-
:! 6:30: p. m.FIRST ments as well as It helps us I
!to enjoy the exhilarating ex 2 CHEER BOXTOPS 1VLt 2 JOY LABELSGIANT
I BAPTIST CHURCH periences when happy con
I Flagler Beach clusions are a part of our life. ,r----- _--- ... .. ;
Max Hall. Pastor Let us find ourselves trustingIn ,
Sunday School: 9:45. him who said "Thereforedo 2e i t.
\ Morning Worship: 11:00: not be anxious about to. s sr \
Evening Worship: 7:30. morrow, for tomorrow will be \)
Wednesday Prayer Meeting: anxious for Itself. Let the
7:30.: day's trouble be sufficient for ,
the day." Matthew 6.34. I
yI rti
Charles D. Anders Pastor ST. THOMAS EPISCOPALThe
Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Sunday Rev. Robert Stuart. I
School. Priest In Charge
11:00 a.m.Morning Worship Morning Worship 11.15 a. m.
'6:30: ,p.m. Training Union. Church School 11:15 a.m.
7:30 p.m. Evening Worship.Wed. Communion first Sunday of
.: 7:30 p.m., Prayer each month. KING GIANT KING GIANT
Service. Three miles east of Bunnellon
highway 100. SIZE SIZE SIZE SIZE

Rev. John Llngold. Pastor O. F. ALFORD Q445 -
Sunday School, 10:00: a. m. Registered I 57 85 49
Worship Service, 11:00: a. m. x I
Life Liners Service, 6:30p. Real Estate Broker \
m. Bunnell Florida (Limit 2 with (Limit 2 with
Evening Evangelistic Service ( I i
or more $5.00
or more
7:30 p. m. N A lL TA.I. ,
food order) food order)
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All work guaranteed. Bill Fry Bedroom duplex apartment. DAIRY PRODUCTS ARE UNLAWFUL AND MAY NOT BE CLAIMED.U. .
man, 308 N. Anderson St. Refrigerator, heating and
Jan 26 to Feb. 16th 4tp. cooking stove furnished. In.
side painting just finished
Young mother will care for and outside being painted. U. S. D. A.
children during day hours In Call 4373304. 2-16-ltc SIRLOINOR

my home. Call 4373979. WATERFRONT LOT, MORN. STEAKS lb. $1 09
Feb. 16, Ito INGSIDE SUBDIVISION,'Flag.ler TBONEPresh .
sizes Beach, 200 feet on lake and '1
Ladies roller rink skates.
boat canal. Ideal homesite for Florida Grade "A" (4 Ibs. and )
Jerry's up
4, 5 and 7, $750 per pair.
Furniture and Appliances, water-minded people. Irma .
Old Dixie Hlghyway, 2 miles Parker 2284 AlA Highway, Hens lb.
4392073. 2-16-23-3-2-9-4tc Baking
south of Korona. Phone 437- 39

3752. 216ltc. FOR SALE-1966 Volkswagen

Comfortable, attractive Home 113 Sedan. Extra clean.for. We Valleydale SMOKED (6-8 lb. Avg.) FREE
can arrange financing responsible
for Sale; 3 bedrooms, 2 tiled party. Citizens Bankof
baths, 5 large clothes closets. Bunnell. 2162tc.
Large modern rooms. Large PICNICS lb. 39u.
:rear patio; spacious double FOR SALE-G. E. Refrigerator -
garage, utility space. Walking ; maple bedroom furniture;
distance to shopping district large mirror and other household U. S. No. 1 (Limit 10 Ibs. with $5.00 or more food order)
Post Office, 800 foot pier for items. Used "but like new. "
fishermen, canals, restaurants 801 East Lambert. Call 437
and AlA Hwy. 100x100 lot on 3253. 2.16.23, 2tp. POTATOES : 10 tt 39

terrace Beach. Phone and corner 439.2195 lot. Flagler or 439- FOR RENT Comfortablehome :

two bedrooms, two
2288. 2-16-ltc Fresh KENTUCKY WONDER
baths, large living room, din. ,
FOR SAL --Reduce safe, simple ing and kitchen and garage.
and fast with GoBese Hillcrest, Flagler Beach,.Wise- POLE BEANS lb. 19'X111
tablets. Only 98c at your haupt, 4392247. 2-16-tf. ,
drugstore. Jan19Apr. 6.12tc For Fill Dirt, Shell and Light < "/
Dozier Work, call 437-3669,
SPARE TIME INCOME Martin Harding or Jimmy
Refilling and collecting mon Snyder. 1-12 to 5-26 p.

ey from NEW TYPE high MISSING: Airedale dog, camel
quality coin operated dispensers color mixed with Mack and
In this area. No selling. grey. Answers to name Chris
'To qualify you must have car, ty. Missing since Jan. 25 in
references $800 to $1900 cash. Flagler )leach ..... Reward
Seven to twelve hours weeklycan offeved. Contact Mrs. Mike
net excellent monthly In Steflik 430.,.. or 437..3M3.JI'eb. .
come. More full time. For 2, TF.
personal Interview write _
STUCKEY'S DISTRIBUTING SE TlC TANK'cleaning; drain Pbo... 497-3217
COMPANY 6182 X. MockingbW field installed; Rota-Rater OPEN SUNDAYS
Texas wall shell. Reasonable pries U.S. No. 1 BUNMELL
Suite 100, Dallas 8100 a-m.-liOO p.m.
79214. Include telephone num Call George James, 437-8410 Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good 18 17 18 19 and
ber. Jan. 26, Feb. 2.9.16 4tp -a.l.tf February 20, 197

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j I GOLDEN and reception Mrs.ANNIVERSARYA A. G.honoring Bradley Mr.on

their fiftieth wedding anni
versary will be at the homeof
their son in law and daughter ::10

LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cobb, '
; Espanola, Sunday, afternoon,
; February 19th. Guests are in.
\ vited to call between the a
hours of three o'clock and five
'"" and Mrs. Huntof
Friends of Steve Cyzycki Capt. Gene o'clock.No .
" will be sorry to learn he is a Riviera Beach visited here Invitations are beings
patient in the Coral Gables Monday with his brother In nt, but all friends and relatives .
Veterans Hospital.Mrs. law and sister, Curtis and are Invited to attend.
Margaret Jane Deen. a
Alice Johnston and Mr. FRIENDLY CIRCLE _
and Mrs. Don Moore were the Visiting here Sunday with THURSDAYThe
I dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest and Clarlse Taylor Friendly Circle of the Fi
r Walter Dobbins in Daytona were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bunnell Methodist Church will _
Beach Saturday evening. The Vaughn and daughter Deniseof meet tonight at: 8:00: p. m. at
occasion was Mr. Dobbins Cayse, S. C. and their son ,the home of Kenneth Herring.
birthday anniversary.Mrs. ,Kenneth Taylor of St. Peters. Co-hostess for the meeting Is
burg. Mrs. Ray Mercer. Mrs. Rodger

H. W. .Gore of Mont. i Turner has been ,invited to
Mrs. Leroy,; Irvin returned ,glvejthe devotional. All mem
9, gomery, W. Va., is visiting
;, here with her parents, Mr. home Sunday from the Flag bers are reminded to attend. ;
ler Hospital In St. Augustine "
and Mrs. Alfred Gibson and
where she was a surgical
her brother In law and sister, pa. COFFEE FETES
tient for three weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Webb. VISITOR

Bob and Evelyn Cook and Mrs. Floyd Tingley entertained MR. AND MRS. DONALD EDWARD BULLOCK
;Fred and Jean Chambersand with a coffee Mondayat
children and Mrs. Mae Johnson
her home N. Railroad Ave.,
son Pat of Jacksonville
spent the weekend in ,
spent the weekend here with Boca Raton with the Cook's honoring her sister, Mrs. L. C. DONT KNOCK IT ADAM pear on the screen. "Marvel.
his parents, Mr..and Mrs. F. J. son in law and daughter, Derrick, who is visiting 'here ous bit of haberdashery," he
Adam West, television's"Batman
Chambers and his brother and from Charlotte, N. C. told TV Guide sarcastically.
and Pat and "
sister In law, Mr. and. Mrs. family.Harry Gignac Ten invited guests enjoyedthe confesses that 'his "Ifs hot. The sound bounces.
Buddy Chambers. affair with the hostess and famous helmet, composed of Can't hear. My nose pinches
honoree. fiberglas and nylon, is not as and gives me a cleft palate.Can't .
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Parker
comfortable as it might ap- see. And our producer
Mrs. Remley Murray a'nd were in Orlando Saturday to ,
JOHNSTON FAMILY refuses to supply me with a
children spent the weekend in attend a district rural mall ,
Hazelhurst, Georgia with rel carriers meeting. Descendants of John Baggs BUNNELL seeing eye dog.

atives. Hastings Johnston and Mary Ketus GENERAL HOSPITAL
Carter are planning the first
Bo' and Inez Manuel and Is ,the houseguest of her aunt Johnston family reunion. The ADMITTED: Irma Jean Hen
sons Stephen and Mike were and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy affair is being planned for ry, Julia Bass, Toulou Gordon Army Private Michael G.

the weekend guests of Jennie Irvin. Saturday, March 4th ,at the Johnny Slone, and An Windham, 17, son of Mrs.

i Newell, Flagler Beach. Bunnell Civic Center. thony Kahlert all of Bunnell; Connie C. Gentry, Bunnell,
Mr. and Mrs. Brice Hosfordare
t I I'I Registration starts at 11:00a. : Geniveve Thorson, Ralph Ab completed an eight-week ad.
Mrs. J. C. Hall Sr. had as visiting here with his par.
m. and everyone attendingis raham, Clarence Hennagri, ministration course at Ft. Dix,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hos
weekend her ,
he houseguest,
asked to bring a basket Joe Stoker and Elizabeth Tid- N. J. Feb. 3.
sister In law Mrs. George ford. The Hosford's recently .
well all of Beach
'I Hall of Cambridge, Ohio, whoIs returned from Turkey where Flagler ;
'spending the winter monthsin Brice completed a tour of duty Barbara Drummond, St. Aug
ustine J. Edward Fox, Mount
: Deland. with the US Air Force. VISITS'TRIBUNE ; ROY'SSTEAM
Kisco, New York.DISMISSED .
.-....-. --- --- --..-. ..-. ..-. ..-. --...------- --- --------- ,- Eleven: members of Brownie CLEANING SERVICE
f ., Troop No. 701 visited the Tribune : Lottie Hall, MOBILE HOMES
Office Thursday after- Ed Thurlow, James Hicks, TILE ROOFS and SIDINGS
noon to view the newspaper Mary Helen Baker, Robert Guaranteed to Kill Mildew

( operation. The group was accompanied Randolph, Rose Marie Allen, AIR CONDITIONERS
by troop leaders, Z. D.Holland, Margaret Woodcock CALL AFTER 6iOO P.M.
,' ''' Mrs. Jack Hardin, Mrs. Hubert Henry Shill, Joan At. MR. R. BOND, Flagler Beach
PelHcer and leader assistant, kinson, Ruth Woods, Melslna
$' Phone 439.2275 P.O. Box 794i
J Mrs. G. A. Baylor. Jones and Emily Steflik

: THE OPENING OF .. '.,,_, Troop members making the _
\ tour were Kim Knight, Lode
.,,,. r ;. Anders, Rhonda Pelllcer,

... :. ,..."' _' u" ,;.. Daphne Rodgers, Darlene BUDDY KNOX
I :
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Holdridge, Donna Marie Bay
1 : lor, Deborah Ann Medders, Y01TR @J
: ChezBeaute' Jennie Solomon, Charlene ATLANTIC
Akins, Karen Cyzyckl, Robin
I i Hardin and one guest, Cindy DEALER

I 'I .v : Hardin. HEATING OILS ICE

Pentecostal Holiness Bunnell Atlantic Service StationPIIOW3

Church will begin Revival 437-362: NIGHT 437-3044
\ Services Monday, February20th 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
(: and continue thru- Feb
\' "
,. I,,&(; ,.. ", ::, ruary 26th. Services will be.
'V "
\ : \
> \ I gin at 7:45 p. m. each eveningand .
LOCATED IN the Rev. Jimmy Whit. -

field, Deland, will be the
guest evangelist. There will : 1\nVA CEMENJS\ M.E OCffE '
be special music and singingand ,,-
the public Is cordially in 'It. ..AR D"ti' ./ y._ IN, eUAQMj\CY, ,


Mr. and Mrs. Clarence H.

CALL 439.2114 FOR AN APPOINTMENT Niesen and Anthony Panchella "Shatterproof" glass was
were dinner guests of Mr. discovered accidentally when a
,It. and Mrs. Wm. Smacall in bottle of jcoUodion fell into aemk
)' Orange City Wednesday. without shattering. Some of

I : our most used inventions and
discoveries have been
'0 developed
switch yourself on / fragrance from simple obeervationa-

; .. AI .... But not our new medicines.
I t' witli.the soft pow of {, by 6L New Pharmaceuticals are the

I result of years of research and
I (hard work. Each drug accepted

II II'I into profession general in use recent by the years medical has

had a background of medical

X MIstl-fy yourself.With the fresh research,laboratory development
of 1 \ and clinical proof-all difficult
bounce and swing and costly procedures. Yet

Bobbie Brooks'new fragrance. "- all these drugs are available

Pat It on your pulse pIeces from at our Pharmacy on yoarphysician's
prescription, at a
ankle. C'est Wild I '-
temple to very moderate: cost.

2 a.t1eM tzJSi rte.t \ ) Bnng your prescriptions to'

i 4 as Uet $... our Pharmacy. You may,
'. have
confidence in
IfIIrCWel/ -- our
i I iiMiy fwwkI -"" ;( Profansinnal strviot.1-:

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Raymond Henson of Membership in the Bunnell
Dixon, Illinois, a professional Parent Teachers Assn. now Quantity Rights f
auctioneer, volunteered his totals 247, was the report given WE GIVE
services for the Woman's Club at Monday nights meeting M E T T S Rered'J:
Country auction last Thursday of the association, presidedover
helping make it a finan by Dr. Allen. Reynolds, TOP Prices Good 1
cial He and Mrs. Henson
success. president.
Thurs., Fri., Sat. '
vacationing at the
AlA Motel. Miss Emily Gage, It was reported the football VALUE SUPER MARKET and Monday,
Club President welcomed the consesslon netted $460.82 February 16, 17,
and this amount will be
group and gave a short resume 18, and 20, 1967
divided equally 'between the
of 'the club objectives. STAMPS
103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437-3201
Assisting during the auction Athletic Association and the ,"
were the following members: PTA. b' ,:
Frank Brede, Mrs. E. P. .
Mrs. $200 was contributed to the ARMOUR STAR '
Fleurie, Mrs. K. N. Givens, Flagler !
County Scholarship (Western) "
Mrs. Charles Sindelar, Mrs. Fund. Coaches Buddy Taylor SEND FOR '
L. M. Hardin, Mrs. P. K. Hirst, and Roy Bayless discussed the CHUCK ROAST :
Mrs. E. L. Baggett, Mrs. Sam physical education programs !-.
Novick, Mrs. H. G. Heydt, .in the school. A tumbling % !
Misses Flora and Emily Gage. CASH .
demonstration was given by Lb. 49 .
Door prize winners were Mrs. Cliff Sheffield, Paul Kiwala,
Hal Jordon, Mrs. Bennie Clay Randy Herring, Joe Bratcher, I O
and George Wickline. The Mickew Atknson, Ronnie
winner of Mrs. Given's cake Johnston, Rob Cowart, Carole REFUND ROUND BONE ,
project was Mrs. Charles Hardin, Karen Baker, Eve SHOULDERROAST
Crocker. Tucker, Kathy Buckles and '
Following the auction an Dot Tucker.
Interesting Radio Program
under the direction of Mrs. Cafeteria manager, Mrs.
Francis Bishop of Spring. Rodger Turner, discussed the ON EVERYTHING YOU Lb. 59
field, Missouri was presented.In nutritional aspects of the
a chorus group who dame- school health program. Mrs.
ed several times were Mrs. Turner gave an account of BUY IN THIS STORE* Lean Delicious 1 I
Sam Novik, Misses Ann and the lunch program. She reported
Kathy Bourne, Miss Barbara $25,570 was the total BOSTON BUTT
Wilson, Miss Janet Cook and food cost for the 1965.66 school when you mail one cash register tape with:
Mrs. Charles Sindelar. City year; 32.1c was the cost per PORK ROAST
Commissioner, George Wick lunch served and the student
line was the Weatherman; cost was 35c. 2 CHEER DOXTOPS 12fAr 2 JOY LABELS
Groceryman, Mr. J. D. Perritt (GIANT..KING sued CGIANT..KlNGmu. 45 ,
Dr. J. Culpepper Brooks, ;Jr.,
advertised a pickle productand
Flaglen County Health Officer
City Mayor, R. L. McNabwas 1
and Dr. Jim McLelland, Flag.
contestant. It most '" "
a was
ler County dental ,
preceptor 1
enjoyable. Miss Marie Fleurie
discussed the health
also assisted during the eve "
ning. Refreshments of dough. Elected to serve the 1967.68 e e 0 STEAK
nuts and coffee were served school term as officers in the
by Mrs. Jasper White and organization were: Homer I I
Mrs. Bennie Clay, hostesses for Zimmerle, president; Laura Lb.Limit 49
the occasion. Ways and Means McDanIel, vice president; KING GT. KING GT.
Chairman, Mrs. V. W. Haines Mary Ann Meekins, secretaryand SIZE SIZE SIZE SIZE
expresses gratitude to all who Barbara Cody, treasurer. ,

helped. The room count was won by $1 39 47e SSe 5ge WORLD'S ,
RESIDENTS SISTER Mrs. Townsend's fourth grade *
and Mr. Taylor's eighth grade.

DIED SATURDAYMrs. *Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food purchase BEEF

Myrtice D. Jones; 66, ATTENDS CD
Orange City, sister of L. H. MEET MAXIMUM REFUND $3M IN CASH 2 Lbs.Florida 99 .

Drady,Bunnell. died Saturday, .
Feb. 11.Survivors. Flagler County: Civil Defense SEE ORDER BLANK FOR COMPLETE DETAILS i

Include her husband Director, Raymond HURRY-OFFER
EXPIRES MARCH 15 1967 Grade "A"
Smith, attended the' North
W. G. (Jess); one son,
brother, L. H. Drady, Bunnell; Conference in Starke, Friday, DAIRY PRODUCTS ARE UNLAWFUL AND MAY NOT BE CLAIMED.Folger's .
two sisters, Mrs. W. O. Rus February 10th.
sell and Mrs. W. J. Hendley, Topics discussed Included
Emergency Operation Centers (All Grind)
both of Columbus, Ga. and
and Communications, Smith Lb 37
three grandchildren. _
said. Lb
Funeral services were held COFFEE
The North Florida Conference 47
Mon., Feb. 13 at First Baptist
is composed of seventeen
Church, Columbia, S. CLEAVES counties. Tin let
FOR Limit ((1)) with $5.00 or more food order
E. (Gene) Bowers left A member of the Armed Pillsbury (Plain or S. R.) '
Friday for Tuy Hoi, Vietnam, Forces pays $2 a month fora ;
where he will be employed by $10,000 life insurance policy 5 Lb. Lb. 55
the B. B. McCormick & Sons in the Servicemen's Group FLOUR 47
Construction Company. Gene Insurance program supervisedby
left Jacksonville via Jet for the Veterans Administration. Bag Streak :
the trip. .
Limit (1)) with $5.00 or more food order O'LeanWHITE ;.


STORE CREAM CORN 5 Cans $100 Lb. 49 :

Delmonte ((303 Can)

'\ 3' 0'/ .,' SWEET PEAS 4 Cans $100 CUBE Delicious STEAK

,,, Lb. 89
DOLE ((46 oz.)

. : PAINTINrEa$495ERoa STARBush

orj .. ((300 Can) CHUCK STEAK

$$ .. PORK Be BEANS 8 cans $100 -59'


Golden Yellow Morton' ID o>. grfr.*h ((20 oz.)

Lb. .................... IGe 3 FFor...................... 1M 4 Loar.s......--.-.....95eFr.

MARY CARTER ::Ji .... GrenCABBAGE Clark's 9Jtppecl ,* ...h (FUf.) ,

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g-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURSM FEB. 16 1967 automobile accident and re had to stop four times on the ,ted separately to the organizations
quired extensive dental surg- way South ,for medical treatment designated by Social I
also complete the special ery by a dental surgeon. in four different states. Security to make payment in
form for you. Would this be covered? Do I send all my receipted each state where you receiv
A. Dental by'a doc- bills for this treatment to the ed the treatment. This Is a
Q. I have had two diagnostic tor of dental medicine or den- Blue Shield of Florida Inc. relatively easy matter to han
studies In 1967 performedon tal surgery is covered. As you office in Jacksonville' ? dle and our office will be gladto
andANSWERS an outpatient basis at a already know, routine dental A. No. The bills are submit assist you:
local 'hospital covered by med
is not covered regardlessof ,
icare. I've been told that the care J
who the service.Q. .
$20.00 deductible I paid each performs
time would count toward my My mother is not insured Flagler County Insurance
deductible for' 1967. Is this for a social security bene-
Q. My 'husband died re- true?' fit. Neither she nor my father

cently. I have paid his medical < Yes. The $20.00 for worked long enough to get a Agency Inc. LL
you pay ,
benefit. My question: Can she ,
: expenses. How do I apply each diagnostic study, can be
be insured for medicare?
for his medical insurance? counted as an expense under ,
All of
Forms Insurance
your medical insurance.Q. A. Yes but it is very Important
A. Is made
that she make her
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there is an additional form al dental care: isn't covered iod before the month she turns Bunnell, Florida 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTY
which also has to be completed. under medical insurance ben 65.
If you will come to our of- efits but I wondered 'about the age I BONDS '
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you with the application and mine was recently in a bad from" New' York to Florida. If ---- - --"--- --


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CLEAN AIR AID ings and problems," says Dr. 7-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. FEB. 16 1987
Wilson T. Sowder, state health
Late TO LONGER LIFE officer, "Florida has a high
standing in the nation In its and 70 dying of such lung pollution control program now
You've probably never accomplishments in air pollution diseases as emphysema, bron consists primarily of giving
To Classify breathed pure air becausethere's control. Only Califcm.a. chitis and asthma are twiceas technical advice to local oper
always some pollution New York, New Jersey and great if he- lives in an aIr. ations and conducting specialt'Chnlcallnvestigatlons
BY Russ.U Kor from nature, but the State Pennsylvania are ahead of us; polluted area compared to living whichare
Board ,of Health says man. and the list in a clean-air area. beyond the capabilities of
we can move up
made conditions will get much If the Legislature is sympathetic The board's statewide air county health departments:
As we approach another worse unless something drastic
to for sufficient -
our request
Washington's Birthday, It is done.
funds to help clear Flor
might 'be well for Americans,
1 In a booklet "The Fight for ida's air for its citizens and
and old, to stop and
,briefly review their knowl Clean Air," the board reportson tourists." NOTICENotice
edge of the amazing character conditions in Florida, de. "As more people are born I
and the part he played In tailing accomplishments and In and migrate to cities, the
major problems and the efforts air threat
pollution can only
winning and establishing the is that election
hereby given a municipal
in trying to correct ""them. grow more acute," the board
States of America.
United notes. "Some experts agree will be held in the City of Bunnell, Florida, on

/ Most of us are more famil "But despite tle shortconv with, ,but view as extreme, the Tuesday, the 7th day of March, A. D. 1967,
far with such trivial tales as statement! by Los Angeles
for the of electing three City Commis
the story of the cherry tree or rejecting dictatorship and the meteorologist Morris Neiburger purpose'
the throwing of a dollar across assumption of any supreme : 'All civilization will pass sioners. All persons desiring to have their
the Potomac' than with the authority. away, not from a sudden cataclysm names printed upon the official ballot as can
of trial and like a nuclear war but
years suffering didates are required to to the City Clerk of,
heartbreaks this man experienced Realizing the Importance of from gradual suffocation in pay
In his defense of liberty his Supreme Court he was its,own wastes'." said City, with whom he qualifies, a filing fee

and freedom. careful questionable to select character men of, un patriots of five per centum ((5 %> ) of the annual salary '"

George Washington did not who placed the welfareof CAN TELL BY EYES of, the office of City Commissioner of said City :

seek fame or honor. He for. their country above any on or before 12:00 o'clock noon, on the 24th
sook the peace and security political advantage, men of Chinese jade dealers watcha -
day February A. D. 1967.
that he enjoyed as an officerin outstanding ability who could buyer's eyes to Judge
the King's army, and the be depended upon to act with whether he will pay a high \ .
comforts and security as a courage and wisdom in protecting price for a specimen. Confirm. Notice is further given that the registration :

wealthy land owner to leada .the union. Ing this cunning practice, psychologists books of the City of Bunnell, Florida, are now ;
rebellion that was moreor recently have established -
less unpopular with thoseof Were George Washingtonalive that ,the pupils of a open for registration of voters to and includingthe

his station. today he would abhor person's eyes. widen when he 24th day, until 12:00: o'clock noon, of Feb :
the activities' of our courts is looking at something that ,
When called upon to lead and resent the trend towardso pleases him. ruary, A. D. 1967. i ij
the Continental Army, he called social security. He ,j
frankly admitted that he felt was a firm believer in private
himself unqualified but be enterprise, personal achieve 3 GAL. FOR $5.00 ((8)) Mrs. Nancy C. Rodgers, :

cause of his strong desire for ment ,based on ability and opposed QUALITY PAINTCome City Clerk, City of'Bunnell, ,i
liberty and independence, and to charity and indulgence ( : In ADd ses It made) Florida. '
his resentment against op. of indolence and shift. IU V. Yeoman, Ormond Bench e' J
pression and injustice he v61- lessness. Why not let February Corner Hand AT*. V. 9. 1 2-9-16-23-tc.. ,
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Two hundred attended a reception Flagler Beach Town What have 'been describedas
Sunday afternoon at Commission has summonedall very interesting pictures
I .ffJCaq.ei' Beach ,the Woman's Club at Flagler property owners of real will be shown to members of
Beach, honoring George estate lying between East the Flagler Senior Citizens
Hwy. AlA and the Atlantic
Moody on his 88th birthday Club when the group meets
Ocean to appear at a special next
anniversary. Hosting the Joyous Tuesday evening, February
meeting Thursday, Feb. 16th. 21, in the clubroom In the
Mrs. Orvllene Turpen were Mr.
The meeting will be In the
Saunders and infant son, OBSERVE FOUNDERS DAY Mrs. George M Moody, Mr. Flagler Beach Municipal Municipal Building, Flagler
Beach. The
Johnathan Richard, have' returned The Flagler Beach Parent and Mrs. I. I. Moody, Mr. and Building, at 7:30 p. m. taken In Africa pictures last were
home from Halifax Teacher Association will observe Mrs, M. B. Fuller and Mrs. year
The attorney representingthe when Mr. and Mrs. George
Hospital in Daytona Beach. Founders Day Monday, Leona Knight
forty land owners urges Condon, Flagler Beach, spent
The serving table overlaid
February 20th, at 7:30 p. m. them to attend this meeting, several weeks In that coun
Miss Linda Brandt was the Officers for the ensuing year with an imported handmade
according to George Moody, try. Mr. and Mrs. Condon will
weekend guest of her brotherin will also be elected at this linen embroidery and lace Sr. narrate (the colored slides,
sister, Mr. and cloth was centered with .
law and meeting. Refreshments will be a picturesque
W. T Oarlton, member of cording to Walter Creal, pub.
Mrs. Frank Danielson in Del. served and all parents are arrangement of the Florida Erosion Board, licity chairman.
,.2'ay. urged to attend. white chrysanthemums and
Tallahassee will'attend the
Preceding the showing of
A silver
candytuft. service was
1/ special meeting, Mr. Moody the will
pictures be the Club'susual
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Me- Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Duen- placed at one end of the table said.
and a punch bowl at the other potluck supper which
Cord of Missouri are sing visited in Welaka Sun
starts 6:00
at : p. m. Membersand
houseguests of Mrs. Leona day with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest end. An artistically decorated
birthday cake formed the centerpiece son Stryker, Mrs. Selma Pat- guests are Invited and
Knight for the table. erson, Mrs. P. A. Edmonsonand are asked to bring a covered
Mrs. Harry Atkinson. dish and ,table service. The
,, Presiding at the refresh. Musical entertainment was Club furnishes coffee.
It has been my privilege and honor ment tables were Mrs. T. E. provided for the guests dur
Holden, Mrs. Helen Sullivan, ing the 'afternoon by Mrs. AFRICAN VIOLETS
to serve as City Commissionerof Mrs. Lee Blakely, Mrs. Patsy Walter Morris, Fredrick Fruits, DISCUSSED AT
Durrance, Mrs. Robert French, Mrs. Bobby French, and Ray
Flagler Beach for the past two Mrs. Len Johnson, Mrs. Jud- Mercer.Fisherman's GARDEN CLUB

J n I Mrs. Gall Maitland, African
Violet Society member, Flag-
years. ler Beach, spoke on ,the "Care
Inn and Growth of African Vio
Your vote and support in the lets" at the February 7 meetIng I
of the Flagler Beach Gar-
FLAGLER BEACH AT BRIDGE den Club.,The meeting was at
coming election will be appre- the home of Mrs. Fuelling

YOUR FAVORITE BEER AND SNACK and Mrs. Alice Clark was co- I
ciated. BARPIZZAOpen The Valentine motif was
carried out in the decorationsand
7:30 a. m. Till ? Closed Monday refreshments.Mrs. .

WILLIE S. HARRISON Boats for Rent-Docking'& Gas-Phone 439.9211 Mae Swing and Mrs.
Lila Jansic were welcomed as
,. new' .'I'n..A'."..hA...,.....-..
Thirteen members and one
visitor, Mrs. Louise Taylor at.

On the prowl for tended.CUB SCOUT PARENTSTO


All parents of cub scout
persnickety prospects boys are urged to attend a
I meeting at the Flagler Beach
,. Methodist Church in Fellowship -
Hall tonight at 7:30 p. m.
Arrangements have been
.. made already, for Den Mothers -
;: j and the other necessary
officers to form a cub pack In
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.:: Flagler Beach. Tonight's meetIng .

'.1'{..t'.,.".,',', will put the finishing
touches to the proposed or-
\ ganlzatlon of the pack but the
presence of ,the parents is a
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: William L. 'Murray, 72, St.
: Petersburg, husband of Mrs.
Celeste Tolan Murray, a form.er .
Flagler Beach resident,
: Q9 passed away Friday, February
10th in the Veterans Hospitalat
Bay Pines, Florida. He Is
o,. survived by his wife, Celeste.
Graveside services were at
10:00: a. m. Wednesday, Feb.
15th at Hope Cemetery with
The Rev. Father Antonio Leon

officiating. Pallbearers were
P. A. Edmonson, George M.
6Y Fleetside pickup Moody, Dick Mosby, Don
.. Moore, George Wickline and
Rufus Miller.
f Craig Funeral
Home, Bun-
nell, was In charge of ar

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