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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: February 23, 1967
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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It Happened in Flagler

County 10. 20, 40 years ago LegislatureRecent

1 VOL. 55 NO. 8 BUNNELL FLORIDA. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 23, 19S7 SiSO A YEAR action of the Federal .
District Court in Miami

10 YEARS AGO declared the reapportionment
FOUR OUALIFY FOR
Bunnell BulldogsEnd BUNNELL of the Florida Legislature un

CITY ELECTIONHarold GENERAL constitutional. The Court then
Bunnell 4-H Club membershad HOSPITAL
a 'Fat Steer Show and Higginbotham, Herbert Season With proceeded to reapportion the
Auction, Sale at the football ADMITTED: Peggy Morley, Florida Legislature on the
Anderson Harry Atkin. ,
Jessse Fraser Pam Smith, basis of a plan submitted bya
field. The steers auctioned
son and J. R. (Rem) Murray
of Florida
Frances Arnold Wanda Mer University pro
15-6 RecordThe ,
were the ones the boys had
have qualified to run in the
fessor. This action of the
Lawton Carl Carroll Federal
cer Terry ,
entered In the ,fifth district Bunnell City election Tuesday .
and Joyce Reynolds, all Court requires the Secretary
show In Jacksonville. County March 7. Bunnell Bulldogs finished
of State to call the
In of Bunnell; Jack Abbott new
agent Frank Pwlhlll was
charge,of arrangements. Up for election for, this.year their season with a victory Shirley Blanton, Jesse Rice, Primary and General Elections -
are three sealts on the five by scalping the Baldwin Mary Bross, Barbara Bross, in order to elect a new
The1, Class C Group 6 boys man commission. Indians 59.48 in Indian terri Mae Gill, all of Flagler Beach; State Legislature before the
tory Friday nigh! ,Baldwinwas Spring Session in 1967.
basketball tournament was Qualifying deadline is Friday Estelle Pierce Glen St. Mary;
ahead at the'end of the
held in Bunnell. Feb. 24 at 12 noon. first quarter 17-13 and stayedin Wise.Donna Buettner, Milwaukee, There will be a primary

Mrs. Marie Brede Was coun front of the Bulldogs until, election on Tuesday Feb. 28,
ty chairman for the Heart the third quarter, when the v DISCHARGED: Rudye Sham- and If a run-off Is required
Fund .and was assisted by NEW YORK MAYOR Bunnell five fired back. Led blen, Ralph Abraham, Jack ,a second primary will be held
.Francis ,Mark, who served as' by Dan Cody who played one Abbott, Irma Henry, Geneva March 14. These primaries in
treasurer. Mrs. Frances Ed. DIES IN BUNNELL of his best games of the sea Thorson, Ann Hewitt, Shirley Flagler County will be for

monson was the Bunnell drive John Edward Fox, 66, son, (the Bulldogs were on top Blanton, Huey Shellman, Es Democratic candidates only,
chairman. Mayor of Mount Klsco, N. Y. 43.40 ait: the end of the third. telle Pierce, Mona Williams, since the Republican candidates
are unopposed. The
died Monday, Feb. 20th at the The Bunnell Cagers scored Barbara(Sloan.Drummond and Johnnie General Election will be held
Bunnell General Hospital. He 16 points in the final quarterto March 28.
20 YEARS AGO. suffered a heart attack while win. Dan Cody took top
enroute to 'Miami for a vaca honors for the team by hitting Last year the reapportionment
The Flagler County Commissioners tion''sand was admitted to the 62% of his shots, scoring 17 NAMES CUT FROM of the Legislature
entered Into an hospital Feb. 9th for treatment placed Flagler County in
a
points, Darrell Britt 15, Ray CITY VOTERS LIST
agreement with the War Assets Senatorial District with Volu-
Krutz 14, and Walton Cowart
Administration to acquire 9. The Bunnell City Commissioner sla, St. Johns, Lake, Marion
the airfield located be. He Is survived by his wife removed (twenty-three Pasco and several other small
tween Bunnell and Flagler Mary and two daughters. The Bulldogs placed thirdin names from the registrationbooks counties. The four senators

Beach on Hwy 11. Craig Funeral Home was in the St. Johns River Conference at Tuesday nights elected were D. D. Covlngton

i ,charge. .. : ,..... with a 10-4 rating. meeting. They were names of Tar" Boyd, L. K. Edwards
The following officers were Jit" *Florida School for Deaf was residents who are deceased or and Verle A. Pope. The new
elected (to the Hope Cemetery I first with 13.1; Father Lopez moved from the city Association: Mrs. H. A. Elsen- SEMIFINALSFOR Isecond 12.2; Callahan 8.6; Flagler, Putnam, Clay and
bach, president; C. B. Eisen- Baldwin 5.9; St Joseph 4.10; Other action of the commission Marion Counties.
bach, Secretary and Treasurer LUMBERMEN Crescent City 4.10 and Hastings was: Senator Covington was placed

; Christine Tolan: and Mrs. Semi-finals of the horseshoe 0-14. Accepted the low bid of the in a new district with a

R. W. Raulerson, membership; (tournament/ being conductedat Sinclair Refining Co., for gas, heavy Republican registra
Dr. Edwin Dow, Mrs. Omega Wadsworth Lumber Com oil and grease requirements. tlon. He has declined to run.

Durrance, Mrs. Geneva Rodgers pany were scheduled to get HOSTING, CONFERENCE (Continued on page 12)
I Mrs. V. W. Haines, Mrs. Accepted the' low bid submitted
accordIng
underway yesterday, -
H. A. Eisenbach, Fund Com to Leslie Pache. Bunnell is hosting the 8th by Gene Gentil Concrete .
mittee. District Tournament Friday / Contractor for the In.
Finals will be played next Feb. 24th and Saturday, Feb. stallatlon of sidewalks, providing HENRY H. BROSS
Flagler Beach Town Commissioners week and the winners will 25th. The games will be played the company is proper. KILLED IN AUTO
Instructed engin be announced. All winners In the ,Bunnell Gym starting ly- nsured. '

. eers to proceed with plans will be presented with. trophies at 7:00: p. m. with the first ACCIDENT .
"'yand"specification for'the proposed and medals. ..-', ,', game between Florida Military 'Discussed complaints the
$50,000 water works and Oviedo. commission had received con. Henry Harper Bross 42,
for the town. Pitching in the semi-flnal cerning stray dogs In the city. Flagler Beach was killed Fri
competition are Buddy'Wads- ''"& largNitten3ance is expected The Police Dept. was notifiedto day night In a freak automobile
i
worth, Mack Yelvington, Harry for the7' tournament 'plcKf'Up(!' all canines that accident, when his truck
40 YEARS AGO Bullock and Joe Arnold. games both,nights/ were not licensed, and a car driven ,by his wife
collided headon.
John Jennings and A. C.
Rodgers opened a restaurantin The accident occured about
the space formerly occupied 11:30 p. m. Friday two and
by the McNamara Restaurant Ann Crowned Miss Bunnell of 1967Pictured three tenths miles south of
Hugas High
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The new owners plan. Flagler Beach on the John Anderson

ned to serve only quick Hwy.According.
lunches, but planned to add to Highway Patrolman
regular meals later. Lavon Donaldson,
Bross, driving a Volkswagentruck
was traveling south on'
Sunday was moving day in s
John Anderson Hwy. and his
Bunnell for the
Baptist Con. wife Mary H. Bross, drivinga
gregation. The Moody Theatre .
Ford sedan, was traveling
had been converted into
a north when the two cars collided
very creditable church plant. .
Rev. C. C. Long was pastor.
The weekly services had been The Brosses daughter, Bar.
in the Seventh Day Adventist bara 14, a passenger in her
Building until the new building mother's car was also seriously
was obtained. injured.
Mrs. Bross and her daughter -
Ear
ii were admitted to Bunnell
The young folks of St Johns General Hospital where their
Park enjoyed a weiner roaston condition is listed as fair. ?Mrs.
the concrete bridge on Bross suffered a fractured left
?
Dean Road. Attending were leg, fractured right hip and
Misses Pheonie and Pearl pelvis, multiple cuts and
Malphurs, Hattie Grace, Ber ,bruises. Barbara. sustained
!tie Cauley and Mrs. John multiple cuts and bruises,
Kenney; Messrs. Joe Mal. fractured right leg and peart-
phurs, Jess and Joe Davis, ble skull fraetu*.
Josh Cauley Dean Holland Funeral services for 'Mr.
C H. and Emory Cowart and Bross were conducted 'Wed
Lee Blakely. y nesday, Feb. 22 at 2:00 p. mat .
the Community Memorial
Lewis Gotlob, secretary of Church Flagler Beach. The
the Bunnell Baseball Team Rev. R. W. Dickert officiated
announced the uniforms for He is survived by his wife

the *MMB had arrived and hetajpMtied left to right: Walton Cowait Photo by Thoo Hein Mary; three daughters, Mts:

I fl all players to come Tri-Hi.Y Sweetheart; Margie Lee Blakely, Bourne first runnerup: JoAnne Wilson Patricia Purvis, PenMOoU;
by hte story for their uniforms. Miss Bunnell High 1966; Ann PaquitaMuyas second rannerup; :Nancy Hargett third Barbara and Rosemary, n.lei' .,-
Gotlob also stated anmiife- Beach; and three MM,
Miss Bunnell High 1967; Anne
mentis were being made for runnerup. James, Michael and William,

Bonmll to play the Cohen Ann (Paquita) Hugas was nell High 184$." Abraham H. V. Peavy, Keene Flafler Beach; two stenrs,
Brothers Team of Jackson crowned "Miss Bunnell High"in The top ten contestants Guinea, Mn. Wilbur Shflf- Mm. Laura Shuey Tfogft, Pa;
ville. The Bunnell team was the 'annual contest Satur- were Anne Bourne, Sue Broad field and Mn Lloyd Bembty Mir Mae Bans, Johnstown,
trying to form ,a loop league day evening in the Bunnell away Delores preen, Nancy were Judge Pa. and one brother William
composed of seven nearby School gym A senior at Bun Hargett Ann Hugas, Less Entertainment for the affair Johnstown Pa; and two
trovrns.DOIc"F. nell High School, she was se Knight, Johnnie 'Ruth Miller, was provided by Linda Skolarat grand children
lected over twenty other cant Janice Scale, Carol Linda the organ; Mn. Bern Kin- Pallbearer were Floyd OUlim I
FOBGTT the Butt .... vying for the tttto. Townsend and JoAnn Wilson chi, vocal soles; David, Donna William Given, --.
Supper, Friday Feb. 24th in The young women ate selected Mir Hugas was sponsored by and Daniel KMIM, John
the school cafeteria 5 til 7:90 on Chrtatlaa morala, dr- the Veterans of Foreign Wan dion trio; Sandra Abash GMrie Jams and T. r. w.. iQraig
m. actor, poise and personality. Auxiliary. .dMH MA Maida MMMM, .. '
Tby"- Ann was crowned by bacM. Walter Morris served a ftof and Vivian AfMM a prtnros Fuqral .i..elf.. .. t

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: FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. FEB. 23, 1967 DISTRICT FORESTRY ustine, are directors in the INDEPENDENT STUDY

Association's district 8 of St. Petersburg's Florida

ASSOCIATION MEETThe Putnam St. Presbyterian College was the
,
division of 'the Town of Clay, Flagler,
m lir 11itug\tr iZrtbunrINCORPORATED Flagler Beach, IrM gao as Florida Forestry Association Johns and Volusia counties. first college to offer a month-

per map thereof Lewis E. Wadsworth of long period of independentstudy
at page 26 in the office ut announced today it'

BtJfNELI, FLORIDALEN the Court Clerk In and of for thu Flagler Circuit will hold a district meetingin Bunnell, is President of the for all students works each

County, :Florida. Palatka, March 2. Association. He and Spencer year when the student '

WILSON Three One(3) Nine(1) (9)!I Two and Ten(2) According to Ronald S. will lead discussion at the Independently on a topic of

Editor and Publisher (10) of Block "K" Lake Spencer, Jr., Executive Director his choice.
Terrace Subdivision, being a meeting."
BETTE & McDANIELNews resubd(vision of Lots of the Association, the purpose

Editor 3 4 12 and 18, Block l'.JISection of ,the meeting is to "pre. .
14. Township 12
South Range 30 East, as sent and discuss problems facing

Designated newspaper for alt. Subdlvl.Pon Lake Terrace the forest products Indus. MY FRIENDS OF BUNNELL:
filed in the
"
Advertising
Legal office of the Clerk of the try In our state.
-- Circuit Court for Flagler The Association is the only Last year at this time, I made my first effortas
Entered second County;'Florida. In Plat Book
matter 1, Page 47, formerly Page trade group in Florida designed a candidate for a seat on BunnelPs city commission -
February 6, 1913 at the post 42 of said Plat Book 1. EXCEPT promote the forestry
office at 'Bunnell. Florida, under that portion deeded to After polling well over 100 votes (in a
and wood products, industry.
the State of Florida for high
Act of March I, 187S. way purposes Those concerned with; the field of six candidates) I was narrowly edged out

that on the 6th' day of March welfare of this "in how
industry I privileged
by popular incumbent. was ,
.62.60 A. D. 1917, between the legal a
One Year __.--.. hours of sale,. namely 11:00 Florida ar? urged to attend. all challenger
Six: Month U.25 o'clock' In the forenoon and 2:00: ever, to lie high'vote getter among "
The dinner meeting will begin .
o'clock in the afternoon on said "
day at the Flagler County at 6 ?, M at the Town The campaign allowed'me to renew old

County Courthouse Florida in Bunnell.: (anticipatedtime Flagler House'. ; Motet friendships and meet some people for the first ,
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT of this sale 11:00 A.M.) I
will ,offer for sale and sell to J. H.: Trescot Jr., Palatka time therefore my ,efforts were well spent. Actually -
1ST THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH the hlgflhest bidder, for cash1 In and X. L. Pellicef of St. Aug. ,
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, hand the above described real ', I did: not plan to seek the office again, but
FLAGLER of said Defendants,
IN AND FOR properties
COUNTY, FLORIDA subject to taxes, prior mortgage IEGALADVERTISEMIDNT with no one ,qualifying for re-election and the
ROSWELL a PAULK. and liens if any to satisfy; said
Plaintiff execution. KNOW YE that I. TOM AD many dozen of you who have called on me and
va. I'. A. EDMONSON AMS. Secretary of State of the
CHLOIS DECKER and AS Sheriff of Flagler County, State Of Florida do hereby give freely told me that you had not supported me be-
MARLYN DECKER his wife, Florida n tics that a First Special Pri-
Defendant ALFRED E. h HAWKINS, mary Electron will be held on fore, but that youj will be with me this time-I decided
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Attorney for Plaintiff Tuesday, February 28, 1967' for
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 131 South Rldgewood Avenue the purpose of filling vacancies to.run. I am a candidate.
THAT I P. A. EDMONSON, ASBHERiFF Day ton a. Beach, Florida in Legislative Offices of the
OF FL.AOL.EUCOUNTY. Feb. 2-t.16-U-4t! Florida State Senate and the REMEMBER;my promise is the same-to
FLORIDA, by virtue Florida House o' Representative
of a certain Writ of Execution LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT see- that everyone is served equally by the city.
heretofore issued out of the Circuit A Second Special Primary
Court Flagler County, FlorIda II'* TEE UNITED STATES DISTRICT <- Election, if necessary, will be No matter what walk of life you are in-BUSINESSMAN
on the 6th day of January COURT FOR TUB held on Tuesday, March 14, 1967, '
A. D. 1967, I have levied upon MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLOHII and a Special Election of Tuesday or LABORER WEALTHY or POOR,
,
and taken Into my custody the )A. JACKSONVILLE! DIVISION March 28.. 1967.
following described real propertyas NO. 5S$5OCivJTHEODORE IN TESTIMONY I will be YOUR Commissioner. I feel sure that
the property of CHLOIS PIECHOCINSKI WHEREOF. I have "
DECKER and MARLYN DECKER Plaintiff, hereunto set my hand with your continued support we will win on Tues-
his wife, the Defendants, and caused the Great
located described County w'I FLORIDA.STATE PAVING, INC., Seal of ebeStltfxJat day March 7th.
ida, and as to- a corporation (SEAL) Florida to ,
wit: Defendant. Tallahassee the Respectfully
NOTICE OF SALE Capital this Tenth day ,
Being the West 150.0 feet of Notice is hereby given that of February, A, D., HERBERT E. ANDERSONPaid
the East 250.0 feet of Tract pursuant to writ of execution issued -
12. Block "A", of Section 11, in the above court on December TOM ADAMSSECRETARY
Township 13 South, Range 12, 19(6. undersigned ( Political Advertisement)
30 East, according to plat of United States Marshal has levied OF STATE
Bunnell Development Com upon all of the right, title, and Feb. 16-23. Mar. 2-Stc
last recorded of Plat Book Interest of Florida State Paving,
Page 1 the Public Inc. in and to the de.ecribed
Records of Flagler County, property, locate In
Florida and more particularly Flagler County, Florida, to wit:
described as follows: Beginning 1 mobile asphalt plant
at the Northeast cornet 1 Barber Green loading hopperNo.
of the said Tract 12. 8661455
Block "A" as a point of reference 1 kiln No. 8372755
and running thence 1 burner unit No. 8483155
South 87 degrees minutes 1 blending hopper
3:1
30 seconds west, 1 furnace No. 8573455
'tract B.C.BILL( )
North line of the said 1 oil burner, consisting of 5 PEARCE
12, Block "A", a distance of tlc(3 large and 2 small),
100 feet to the point of beginning d oil pumps
of this descriptionthence ; 1 scale No. 50580.
continuing South 87 and on the 6th day of March,
degrees 32 minutes 80 seconds 1967, at the main entrance of the
West, along the North Flagler County Courthouse Bun
line of the said Tract 12, nell, Florida, between 11:00 A.M.and .
Block "A", a distance of ISOfeet 2:00: pthe undersignedwill
; thence South 1 degree offer the same for sale at
26 minutes 15 seconds East, a public outcry, and will sell the
distance of 279.94 feet to the same to the highest and best '. FOR .
'
.
.
Northerly boundary of the 60 bidder for cash ( ,
foot right I of OldBrick JOHN E. MAGUIRE. SR /
trlctS: th ,"
Road; 78 United States Marshal ,:'" ; { .
degrees 59 minutes 15 sec Feb. 2.9-18.23-4tc
onds East, along said North-
erly right of way boundary, LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
a distance of 153.59 feet: ,
thence North 1 degree 26 NOTICE OF ENTRY OF ORDER
minutes 15 seconds West, a DECLARING ADMINISTRATION SENA.
distance of 315.72 feet to the UNNECESSARY.IN 'ST ATE
RPrimary
point of beginning of this RE ESTATE OF ETTA
description. Bearings are referred LORETTA HESSINQER, De .

ffht no variation offset Merldian To ceased.All Persons having any

and parcel containing 1.03 claims or demands' against the
acres, estate of ETTA LORETTA HES-
AND ALSO SINGER, deceased:
Being a part of Tract 12 of
You and each of you are here-
Block A, Section II, Township by notified that an order declar-
12 South, Range 30 ing administration of the estateof Election
East and mare particularly ETTA LORETTA HESSINOER -
described as follows: Beginning deceased, as unnecessary
at the Northeast cornerof has been entered by the Honorable
Tract 12 of Black A andrunning T. K. MCKNIGHT, judge of
I thence South 1 degree the County Court
Judge's Flag
26 minutes 15 secondsEast
ler County Florida. The total
along the East line of
cash value of said estate
the said Tract 12 distance was 28th
a February
determined to be $5,000.00, and
of 339.58 feet to the North such
was assigned by order to:
erly boundary of a 60 foot
NAME
Mary Grace Ceccarelll.
right of the Old
Brick! Road; henoc North 78 ADDRESS: 98 Oak Avenue, :Milford -
Connecticut.NAME
degrees 69 minutes 15 seconds
West, along the said : Ruth Elsie Kuban.
ADDRESS: 60 Arbor Drive, South
right of
distance
way boundary, a
Port, Connecticut.
of 102.39 feet thenceNorth
1 degree ;minutes NAME: John Fred Helllln! er, Jr.

15 seconds West, a2:11 of ADDRESS 102 Arbor Terrace, Vote For
315.72 feet to the North line South Port, Conn. -
of the said Tract 12; thence NAME: Dorothy Lillian Trailer
ADDRESS: Popps Ferry
North 87 degrees 32
SO seconds East, along r rNorth" Court, Bllor Miss
line, a distance of MERRITT H. POWELL
100.0 feet to the point of beginning PO Box 923Bunnell
of this description. Florida 32010 Your
H*>arlntrs are referred to the Attorney for Petitioners NeighborBILL
Magnetic Meridian with no First Publication: February 16,
variation offset and parcel 1967.
containing 0.75 acres,
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
EXCEPT: PEARCE IS A LONG TIME RESIDENT OF PALATKA. HE
Bloc a part of Tract 12 of NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
Section 11, Township APPLY TO TilE FLORIDA WILL
REPRESENT
12 South, Range 30 Bast.according STATE LEGISLATURE OF FLAGLER, PUTNAM, CLAY, MARION COUN.I
to plat of Bunnell 1987 FOR THE PASSAGE OF
Development Company, recorded LOCAL LEGISLATION TIES.
In Plat Book 1 at TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Page 1 of the public recordsof NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENof
Planer County Florida, the Intention to apply to the
and more particularly! described Legislature of the State of Flor-
as follows: Beginning ida at Its regular session In the

the at said the Northeast Tract 12,cornerof as a rlarl local 7 bill a or law of, the a spec sub FARMER BUSINESSMAN

point of reference 1ndtrg"r ee stance of which contemplated
ning thence It'et'n law Is an act removing certain
28 minutes I East, restrictions from h.
along the Bait line of thesaid property ra '
bY the City of Flagler Beach EXPERIENCED
SENATOR
Tract 12, a distance of Florida, as municipal propertyand ,
1111.'T2 feet to the point of more particularly describedas .
beginning of this descrip "All of Block Eight (8) Of '
tion: thence continuing lIouthfttll'r Moody Subdivision of the Cityof OVER 20 YEARS IN LEGISLTAURE idle"' lr "
1 minutes 15 sec M'
rapt, along the saidftftst cording riagler to the Beach plat 1lori of body's

line a distance of 123.31feet Subdivision of the City of 11'1...
to the Northerly boundary ler Beach Florida, recorded In
of the 50
foot
right of Plat Book 1. Page 24. of the
of the Old Brick
way Road; Records LEADER
5t Public of Flagler County -
thence North 7S
degree and \
,
Florhla'.i. Impowerteg
mlttute 15 seconds 1
West
said Northerly boba the City of Flagler Beach, Flor
En& distance of 101.39 ida to use the above described

it minutes; thence 15 North second 1 degree. property public for purpose any peeper; repealing municipal WLL PEARCE WAS CHAIRMAN OF SENATE FINANCE AND TAXATION .

an laws In conflict herewith
a distance of 101,1 feet'thence ;

..North 30 seconds 87 degree BMt 31rest. a 1 41 ,take effect when this law COMMITTEE. RECENTLY APPOINTED ADVISOR ON PI-

lance of 100.0 feet the : Fkbruary N9. 1MT"IU4BN

t of be inning 0" this Jinglereach.,, NANCE ON GOVERNOR KIRK'S STAFF. LED PiOHT PO*
qoa.
tTlooff
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_. with no variation offset -- :hit. 1....: Mar. J.t-I1 SMALL COUNTIES FOR MANY YEARS.
and parcel containing
fllistleibe to TheTftfeMM lyMt
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THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE TOURS- FEB. 23 1967

I
Lean Western BOSTON BUTT
FLAGLER
COUNTY SEND FOR

CHURCH SCHEDULE PORK ROAST'

THE METHODIST CHURCH 07
Flogler Beach CASH lb. 4ge
Reynold Nelson Hoover. U n al 10 .

Church School, 9:45 a. m. I O
Morning Worship, 11,a. 'm. 4
Youth Fellowship, 6:30 p. m.
Chapel Choir Rehearsal, REFUND Lean Western "FIRST CUT"

Wednesday, 5:45: p. m.
Chancel Choir Rehearsal, PORK CHOPS

Wednesday, 6:30: p. m." lb.
Men's Club meets the first 43C
'"' Monday of each month at ON EVERYTHING YOU I
7:30 p. m.Woman's.

tlon Service Society the 2nd of Thurs Chris- BUY IN *
THIS
STORE
day,. 9:30 a. m.COMMUNITY. Streak O'Lean
FISH BAIT:. The use

CHURCH MEMORIAL a of long bread-accepted as floating practice bait by Is when you mall one cash register tape with: WHITE lb. BACON

Flogler Beach anglers on the prowl for 39*
Her. R. W. Dickert Pastor pompano In Bermuda.More 2 CHEER BOXTOPS 2 JOY LABELS
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. than 600 varieties of fish WANT M KINa IIZI) t' WANT MIIINIIIZQ _
Worship Service, 11 a. m. have been caught in the
Communion every first Sun waters surrounding the mid
day of each quarter. Atlantic resort ; Azalea "SLAB"

FIRST BUNNELL METHODIST SMOKED BACON

Rer. Oliver Taylor. Pastor lb.
Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Sliced Free 490
Worship Service, 11:00 a. m. I
Methodist Youth Fellowship,
Why
6:30 p. m.FIRST KING GIANT KING GIANT
SIZE SIZE SIZE SIZE

Max Flagler BAPTIST Hall Beach Pastor CHURCH The Christian r 57 85' 49 ALL Lyke'MEAT"SUGAR FRANKS CREEK"


Sunday School: 9:45.: Limit*" Limit*" 12 oz.

Evening Morning Worship Worship::7:30.11:00. Science *Limit 2 with $5.00 or more food order Cello Pkg. 39...

Wednesday Prayer Meeting:
MAXIMUM REFUND $3M IN CASH
7:30.: Monitor .

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THE FLAGLER TOURS- FEB. 23, 1967
..._...._r _' .: .' GIVEN" FRIDAY r
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The second of a series of
lion (more hospitalizatlqn) free pulmonary function tests
on my elbow. This will mean will be given at Flagler Beach
MEDICAREQUESTIONS that within a 30 day periodI'll Friday Feb. 24th from 10:00
have two periods of hos-
a; m. until 4:00: p. In. The detection .
pitalzation. Does my forth. survey is being conducted .
andANSWERS coming hospItalization for a by the Spaceport Area r
new condition constitute a Tuberculosis and Respiratory
new spell of illness? Disease Assn. and is sponsor

e A. No. Only one spell of illness ed in Flagler Beach by the
is Involved. Spell of illness Woman's Club, under the direction .
Q. I'm over 65 and coveredfor does not refer to any of Mrs. Frank Brede.
medicare. I've had my particular Illness you have Thirty-two residents were
personal physician for many and it doesn's refer to a sin. tested last week for the
years. I've been told that gle stay in a hospital or extended breathing examination, which
when I go to the hospital thatI care fa )Uty. 'Refer'to only requires a few minutesto
won't be able to have my page 10 in yoUr medicare take. Residents are remind. 7.i karw .xM
regular physician and that a handbook for a detailed ex ed to refrain from 'moking 2 .. .; _.. w
new doctor will be selectedfor planation. If you have a fut. hours before taking the test. ALONG TilE ROAD The serenity of a palm lined j j
me by the hospital. Is that ther question 'pn this subject .I i.j. .1. 1 1 road near Colombo, Ceylon,is broken only by a man going '
true? you may either call or come not been in a or extended _marjcet on oi-drawn cart.CLAIFIED. .
A. Absolutely not. Medicarehas to our office. care facility for 60

nothing to do with physician ( O days in a row a new spell

selection. That choiceIs Q. How many times a year of illness can start. Foe each I'}" ., .'" .... .....n"
strictly a personal matter new spell of Illness you have
do I have to the $40.00
and rests entirely with each pay 90 days of hospital services
deductible to a hospital?
Individual. and 100 days o>( extended care
A. As times duringa '
many
( O Services and, of course, a new .
that enter a. hos
year you
Q. I was recently hospItal. pital In a new spell of illness.. $40.00 deductible\ also applies. ASS
ized for 10 days for 'a backcondition You only pay the $40.00 once ( )
and doctor during each of illness.
now my spell
Q. It seems to me that I
says that I need an opera. Remember, anytime yot have II ; have had to' wait a very long L.l.Hmsn under tkU hecdlac an 3 eeMta per ward ack laaertle.,

_. time for an answer to the WATERFRONT LOT, MORN. FOR SALE-1966 Volkswagen
I claim which I sent forwardfor INGSIDE SUBDIVISION, Flag. 113 Sedan. Extra clean. We
payment of Part B Medical ler Beach, 200 feet on lake and can arrange financing for re
\ Insurance Benefits. How boat canal. Ideal homesite for sponsible party. Citizens Bankof
Announcing "" do I go about checking on the water minded people. Irma Bunnell. 2162tc.
*\ processing of my claim? Parker 2284 AlA Highway,
v I am a candidate for the Bunnell City A. Due to the fact that many 4392073. 2.16.23-3.2.9.4tc FOR SALE-G. E. Refrigerator -
people waited until the beginning ; maple bedroom furniture;
;Commission. I will appreciate your of 1967 to file their Young mother will care for large mirror and other house.
vote and support on March 7th. Part B claims, the organizations children during day hours in hold items. Used 'but like new.
,/that process these my home. Call 437.3979.2.23.1tc 801 East Lambert. Call 437-
J. R. ( Rem) MURRAYPaid claims have been extremely 3253. 2.16.23, 2tp.
busy. If you feel that too long.
a time has been taken with FOR SALE-Reduce safe, simple FOR RENT I Comfortablehome
(. Political Advertisement) your claim contact our office and fast with GoBese two bedrooms, two
. and we will, assist you. tablets. Only 98c at your baths, large living room, dining .
drugstore. Jan19Apr. 6.12tc and kitchen and garage.
Hillcrest, Flagler Beach, Wise-

,.. G ,,' !J'&" I w"" ...,<<<..."' ," ., .. ... ."....... Medicine cabinet with plate haupt, 4392247. 2-16-itf.
'. / :D--- glass mirror $4.50; Boston For Fill Dirt, Shell and Light
,>. J ,, Rocker, $11.95. Jerry's Furniture Dozier Work, call 437.3669,
1. & Appliances) Old Dixie Martin Harding or Jimmy
., A\* Hwy., .'2, miles south of Ko- Snyder. 1.12. to 5.26 p.
rona, Phone*4373752.,
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awq .r .rr. r r. r cleaning; drain
D T t FjpR SALE=Beautiful waterfront fields installed; Rota-Roter

*lots, flagkifc Beach. snail shell. Reasonable prices.
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s a R Small Amount d ttm,. Low Call George Jarosz, 437.3410
.tN h monthly payments. Call after 8-1-tf
6 p. m. 4392394. 2.23.4t
SPARE TIME INCOME
SINGER electric sewing machine Refilling and collecting money
in console cabinet, like from NEW TYPE high quality
new. Sews forward and re coin operated dispensers In
p verse. All attachments for this area. No selling. To qual
making buttonholes, zigzagging ify you must have car, refer.
and fancy stitch designs. ences, $600 to $1900 cash. Seven
Fully guaranteed. Can be to twelve hours weeklycan
seen in your area. Make eight net excellent monthly in
monthly payments of $4.91 or come. More full time. For per.
will discount for cash. Write: sonal Interview write P. O.
Credit Manager, 1971 Cove Box 10573, Dallas, Texas 75207.
IRRIGATION Drive, Largo, Florida. Include phone number.
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r tools highly successful in increasing \.' ,,' t .

I yields. An always-dependable electric "r.
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BILL REEDY has" proved his legislative leadership during 5pnxfucHve"year
\' I in the Florida House of Representatives. Reelected -
.- last November for a 4th term (Invalidated by federal
court), he now seeks re-election

Seniority assures him chairmanship of the Public Safety
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committee, vice chairman of
the Citrus committee, and memo
bershlp on Commerce APpropriations. Highways and Roads, and
r'ri. f fcsurance and Workmen's. Compensation.HE .

GETS THINGS DONE, steered to paMege ail 4C ideal
bills for his district last session. All Florida has benefited from
hU creative dedicated work for traffic safety edueattoa citrus

; and agricultural industries bettor highway. mental -detk.
quality water control and parks aad recreation areas.

BILL REEDY, 50 yean old, is active fat eomwulty end
. THERE'S NO MATCH FOR f fi"+ ahmett (Methodist) affaire, raarri d has one daughter ..* 2

'j '. r FtAMfLESS ELECTRIC... ",,!.' !grandsons, owns bill home In ..*..
: irs CMMPffft. TOO ? 1 '[ 4ra
.' No but
Q ose BO one. is better qualified or Mew ..,er to sm
: fee people of this district than Bill Reedy. lie Las s-.. year
.Utt... sAs*. ant vale
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3-THE FLAGLER TMBUNE THURS. FEB. 23.1967, ning Jan. 1. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT

ments will be (

G. I. INSURANCEPAYS the dividend payments was niversary < IX TUB CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH
Driver said. >r JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN'
DIVIDENDS made by, William J. Driver, AND FOrt FLAQLEIl COUNTY.
Administrator of.Veterans Affairs This Is the FLORIDA. "
Veterans hOlding followed In CHARLES ANDERSON. JR.
G.I. Insur. Plaintiff. "
ante will be paid .. '.'
$2l1.m11l1 222,000 World .a.
World War II
will
veterans
in :MARIE V
dividends
during the year be paid $196-mllllort over the who have ANDEUSONb efendanLCIVIL
967.
The ACTION NO. IINOTICK
announcement of
twelve-month period begin Insurance TO APPEAR
AND ANSWER! S r I
IN THE NAME OP THE .
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO: MARIE ANDERSON
RE-ELECT 7125 OAOE AVENUE
COMMERCE CALIFORNIA .
You are hereby notified thata
suit has been brought againstyou ,
In the Circuit Court of Volula ;
# 1) County Florida, by a
JAMES CHARLES ANDERSON. JR.. and
you are hereby required to file 1
personally or by attorney with \ r'
the Clerk of said Court, yourwritten fl
I defenses, If any, to the
J fo-"'" Complaint In said suit on or before -
the 3rd day of March A.D. ,
: OUR 1967 and also to serve a copy of

; ; your Messrs written Oseinsky defenses and Krol.upon 411 ,"

, 4 1t:: STATE Main Street, Daytona Beach 'i
REPRESENTATIVE Florida, on or before the 3rd day .,
of March rfda 1967, as required \ '
by the i Rules of Civil .,
Procedure and herein fall not or
; Decree Pro Confeaao and Final ,
Flagler Lake Putnam Decree will be entered againstyou '
by default
That the name of the Court Inwhich
said suit has been Instituted
I MARRIED AND HAS ONE la the Circuit Court Seventh l
Judicial Circuit of FlorIda.in .
and for Flagler County Flor-
'
'* GRADUATE OF ida and that the title of said '
TWELVE cause la aa herelnabove aet forth. 1 r
I' J ,'* FORMER SCHOOL You are further notified that
the nature of said suit la a suit

\ YEARS J: i '* SPEAKER for WITNESS dIvorce. my hand and seal of
office at Uunnell. Florida thla
30th day of January A.D. 1967
ELECTED
FROM NEW
*. GEORGE M. MOODY aa Clerkof
I, AND PUTNAM the Circuit Court of Flagler
EXPERIENCE COUNTY County Florida
By JOYCE PATRICK.
'* CHAIRMAN OF GAME Deputy Clerk
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
SION IN 1965 AND 1967.Vote OSSINSKY AND KROL
Attorney for Plaintiff
411 Main Street
Daytona Beach. Florida

James' "Gator11 Beck State Feb. J..U.U-4tc

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT

A' CONSERVATIVE

, (Paid Political Advertisement) 1ST THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE KVKJVTH JUDICIAL
,CIRCUIT IN AND FOIt FLAG-
LEn COUNTY FLORIDA.
IN RE FORFEITURE OF THE
FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
PROPERTY:
1965 Ford Mustang two-door.
Serial No. (5AM2513A64S1. Engine -
( No CBDE6016-II, radio
and spare tire. 1 Ml

heatert, N carbine J.) 1 -(Single Plainfield Shot Machine 12-

t.c. gauge W. H. Davenport Shotgun -
AT' E N T I and 1 spotlight.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
ALL PERSONS, FIRMS AND
CORPORATIONS W N I N G
AN
HAVING OR CLAIMING
INTEREST IN OR LIEN ON
THE ABOVE DESCRIBED

YOU PItOPERTT.AND EACH OF YOU are
hereby notified that the above

. '. ,, .. 'f'P described aelied under_ property and by haa virtue been of

;: ,. I -, C I T I Z 'E N chapter now In 372 the aa possession amended of and the Is

'i I ',f.1: 1 ,.V : 'J'., Fish Florida Commission Game and, and Fresh you further Water, and

: :, '" \ each notified of you that are a petition hereby under

said a has been filed In the '
. I l I I : Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial
Circuit, in and for Flag-
ler County Florida, seeking the
." OF forfeiture of the said property
andrequired
and you are hereby directed
to file your claim If
: any you have and show cause
1 on or before March 9th 1967, if
not personally served with process -
herein, and within twenty
i r days from personal service If
personally served with process
herein why the laId property
; FLA'GLE should not be forfeited pursuant -
R '
to laid chapter. Should you
fall to file claim aa herein directed
: Judgment will\ be entered -
herein against you In due)
Persons not personallyservbd
with process may obtain
a copy of the petition for forfeiture
filed herein from the under-
k of Court
WITNESS my hand and the
//aeal of the above mentioned
Court, at unye1l1 Florida this
February .
GEORGE M. MOODY
Clerk of the Above

B. C."BiII" By Mentioned Joyce Deputy Patrick Court Clerk


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MT THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH
'. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOIl FLAGLER COUNTY
Is a FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION HO.' T DIV. A

COLLIE MAIlnW .1la.!

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DAVID B. WIDBB.JR..
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TO: DAVID B vflB! B, JR.

STATE SENATOR Whole la Fay: residence and address

....areeParktford
Delaware 1997J
You are berebY required to
file with the Clerk of this Court
y.ur hewer to the Complaint
filed herein against you In the
', ." entitled cause or bis-
tore; the llth day of J..r.c; 1N7
thereofpfalntlffi u1 onJ
YOUR Vote for IQHN tiPRNCER attorney herein ROB1 NION wbqee,

A cVeM je e-
'. >'_ "FLAGLERT !
The I.
hereby designated I ai _,_-
paper in whlth this otder hall
., IS A VOTE FOR YOUR NEIGHBOR ; 'consecutive_ published once weeks.a week for 4

VAIL NOT OR A DECONFE8SO
WILL BE _R'li

THE FLORIDA SENATE. HE IS CAPABLE AGAINST FAILURE"The YOU FOR

nature of this suit !. a
bill for divorce.

YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED ON M WITNESS Bunnell My Plal'ler hand and C"lIty ssal,
\ orida, tb day of Nm -
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Sunday, Feb. 26. 1967 will
1 be a highlight of the Church
Year for the First Baptist
f Congregation, when the laymen
conduct the services
LOCALS
throughout the entire day.

Activities of the day will l V
begin with the Pastor and 1))F ,

Rev. and Mrs. Oliver Taylor SPECIAL PROGRAMFOR some of the laymen prepar .
ing breakfast for the men at
have as their houseguests this
WSCS 8 a.m. The possibility of haying
week her parents, Mr. and .
a regular men's fellowship
Mrs. J. T. West and Mrs. Haz
A special program will be group will be discussedat
el Adams of Miami.
presented by Mrs. Cordell
this time. Mr. ,Les Church
Robertson at the Wednesday will be the speaker for the

Mrs. Joann Crews enter morning meeting of the 11 a.m. service, and Mr. JohnA.
tamed the Finesse Bridge Club Women's Society of Christian Clegg will speak at the
Service of the First Methodist evening service at 7:30
last Tuesday evening at her p.m.
home. Mrs. Helen Jordan was Church of Bunnell. Re. Music will be provided by an h-i
freshments will be served at
high scorer. The group met all male choir directed by
at the home of Mrs. Opal 9:00 a. m. by the hostesses,. Tony Parker. Marvin Strick
Craig, Feb. 21st. Mrs. Maxine Buckles and Mrs. land and Benny Black will be
Geraldine Thompson. soloists.

Carl and Marguerite Horns- The public is cordially invited .
by and daughter Evelyn of NURSERY SCHOOL to attend these services.

Arcadia were the weekend VISITS RANCH Special reservations for the
guests of Louis and Joy Stef- Men's breakfast may be arranged
lik. Twenty-five children of St. by calling the churchor
James Episcopal Church Nursery the parsonage.
School Ormond Beach, accompanied
Hervey Eisenbach returned by their teacher, FIRST BAPTIST
to his home Saturday from principal and several parents
Halifax Hospital where he visited T-Double-L Ranch Friday TRAINING SCHOOL '

underwent minor surgery. morning as guests of Tom Teachers and officers of the

and Anita Lenssen.A Sunday School of the First

Dale and Rosemary Brown haywagon provided transportation Baptist Church are undergo-
visited in Mount Dora Sun. for the youngsterson big an intensive training per
day with Mr. and Mrs. Dale their tour of the main operation iod this week. Assodational
Brown, Sr. and pastures of the Age-Group workers, led by
ranch. Large herds of com Doyle Kennedy, the HalifaxAssociation

mercial cattle, purebred Char Sunday School
Mrs. Grace Wray left Sat.
from New
alais bulls and Char. Superintendent
Augus
urday for Gainesville to Join
Smyrna Beach are providing
olais cross calves were among
her son in law and daughter, the leadership for this training SHARON DIANE TOWNSENDMr.
the
sights enjoyed by
:Marvin and Peggy Greshamand session. Classes are being
family, for a weekend at group. provided each night, Monday and Mrs. F. M. Town. Tasty Restaurant in Ormond

Crystal River. The hosts served refreshments through Thursday, at 7:30 p. send, Jr., 17th Street Flagler Beach.
to the visitors followingthe In. Beach, announce the engage. Mr. Castellano is attending
tour.SHOWER. ment of their daughter Sharon Daytona Beach Junior College -
Bob and Evelyn Cook and Promotion teachers and officers Diane to Anthony John and is a member of the
children spent Sunday in meetings visitation, the Castellano, son of Mr. and DBJC Flayer-Drama Club. Efl
Ocala visiting with Mr. and' FETES use of visual aids, recruitingand Mrs. Vito Castellano, 1071 is a graduate of Eastchester

:Mrs.and Mrs.Victor Robert Spanick Cook.and Robert Mr. BRIDE ELECT training of leadership, Old Kings Road, Holly Hill High Schol, Eastchester, N. Y.
via and other pertinent subjectsare Florida. where he was active as a
leaves Friday week's for Europe business Mrs. S. J. TiKon. Jr.. Mrs. being discussed.A Miss Townsend is a grad. member of the hockey team.
Jet, on a two
Sheffield and Mrs. Walton uate of Bunnell High School
Cliff
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He is presently employed by
trip for General Electric. TheOook's high attendance of 188
Kinney entertained witha and is currently attending Holiday Inn West in Daytona
also visited with Owen present in the Sunday School
bridal shower honoring Miss Daytona Beach Junior College. Beach under the DBJC man
,
and Margaret Shelton (former February 19, was reported by She was the 1965 DBJC fencing .
Janice Lovelace
February
Bunnellites) while there. the pastor the Rev. Charles ager training program.
and is.the 1967
bride elect at the Tilton home champion I
f Friday afternoon.The Anders. Mr. Henry Scott is campus archery champion.She The wedding will be an
Mr. and Mrs. George Butts Superintendent of the local is a member of the DBJC event of Saturday June 3,
of Douglas Georgia are visiting bridal motif was usedin Sunday SChooL Players-Drama Club. Miss 1967 at 5:30: p. m. in Saint
here with Mr. and Mrs. the decorations throughoutthe ">.0 Townsend is presently employed Pauls Catholic Church, Daytona
Otis Nipper. home and the serving HOWARD MAXWELL by the Quick t and Beach.
t. table overlaid with a lace
REYNOLDS. JR.
i Kappy and Donna Buettnerof cloth was centered with a

Milwaukee, Wise, are house miniature bride. Coach and Mrs. Howard NURSING COUNCIL tended the meeting to observe \

guests of Mrs. Naomi Hosford. Miss Lovelace was the recipient Reynolds are the' parents of the action of the council, as ;
of numerous lovelygifts. a son born Monday, Feb. 20th Fourteen attended the regular Putnam County is in the pro

Bob and Evelyn Cook were The hostesses served at 3:33 p. m. at the Bunnell monthly meeting of the cess of forming a council. Miss
hosts at a buffet dinner party tempting refreshments to General HospitaL He weigh. Flagler County Nursing Council Russ was presented a copy of
ed six and thirteen Thursday Feb. 16th. Members
Saturday evening at their twenty invited guests.DEMONSTRATION pounds the local councils charter for
home. Thefr guests were Mr. ounces at birth and has been approved the purchaseof reference.
and Mrs. Charles Collins. named Howard Maxwell Reynolds disposable syringes and
Chicago, III. Mr. and Mrs. Hal FOR Jr, supplies for the Public Health Mrs. Pat Seibert, who was
Confer and Mr. and Mrs. Carl nurse. recently apponited Flagler
Bott of Daytona Beach and IDLEWOOD CLUB Attending a luncheon Miss Kathryn Russ, Nursing County's Public Health Nurse

Mrs. Tony Kahtert of Bunnell. Mrs. Rick Maher. hair stylist Thursday. Feb. 16, at the Director of Putnam County at- was a guest.

with Furchgotts Beauty Ocean Club, Delray Beach,
; Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Conner Salon, demonstrated hairpieces given for retired employees of
of Baxtey, Ga. are visiting and wigs to the Idle. Ryerson Steel Company, Chi J. ..-
here with her si t<<, Mrs. Am- wood Club Tuesday evening sago were Mr. and Mrs. /
orette Wells. at the home of Mrf. Charles Walter Croat. Bannett. Hosts
Chambers. for the affair were the president

Mrs. Jean Schnuck and Mrs. Mrs. Chambers, president, of the finn C. L. Hardy, The Best Way to Buy Vitamins
Belores Mhtler of St. Louis. presided during the business and his wife who are vacationing -
Mo. arrived Sunday for a visit session. :Members voted to in Florida. The Create
wMi their parents Tony co-sponsor a dance with the visited with friends in Melbourne
and Mildred Kahkrt Tony Is Country Club for the Anniversary on the way down.

a patient at Bunnell General celebration after a re t. is through your pharmacist
IfospHal.i quest from the anniversarycommitter. Congratulations to Mr. and and your phyaoan-professional
Mrs. Avertey Brown who willcelebrate .' men who have comprehensive
i King of Florida State their twenty-filth knowledge of the subject.
They
Mrs. Don Moore welcomed -
was
University Tallahassee andre wedding anniversary on Tuesday know which vitamins are
roommate, Sharon, as a new! member. February 28th. ,tinecessary for your wellbeing, as
= weekend here' with )(rs. Martin McDanfel- won wen as slaw oouu dosages. They
Herschel and the door price.: CARD OF THANKS can how to get the
King. Mrs. Chambers served-refreahmenui most value-can even help
r to Mrs. Herschel We would like to thank Dr. you jour money on vitamins.

\ Peon Peterson spent the King. Mrs. W. W. Deere Mis. Canakaiis and Dr. Blanton Vitamins
can be divided into
and their entire staff for being
weekend' in Tallahassee with Louis Steflik. Mrs. Recntey two general
groups: (1) the
her husband Dean who is attending Murray, Mrs. Dale Brown Mrs. so kind and thoughtful of potent ones prescribed by your very
the Florida Highway Dave Ferryman, Mrs. McDan us during our stay In the hose doctor to correct specific
Petrol Sdtoot.t let Mrs. Moore and Mrs. pttaL i ..... aDd /a., tjjjjgg that
Maher To our friends for their NFPemeat the-to
cards, flowers, rim anti ---.Ior.. by people who
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Helen and Rudye ri can bring
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CELEBRATES 50thANNIVERSARY tage points throughout the 2 CHEER BOXTOPS 2 JOY LABELS Lb. 49 '
Iiving-dining rooms ensuite. (OlAMTwKlMaCIZI: ) r IOIANf_lone IIZQI

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Assisting with the servingwere LEAN MEATY
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Bradley, the honorees granddaughters
Espanola, celebrated their Mrs. Eldon Knight, SPARE RIBSLb.
fiftieth wedding anniversary Mrs. Kenneth Wicker, Mrs.
Sunday afternoon with with a ,
Jesse Tolley Shirley Seymore
reception at the home of their Marcia and Lisa Hoffman); 45
in law and daughter, Mr.
son and Mrs. Doyle Bradley, Mrs.
and Mrs. H. C. Cobb, Espanola. Raymond Bradley and Mrs. I I

Hosting the lovely affair Cordell Robertson. KING GT. KING GT. ARMOUR STAR
were their children, Mrs. J. D. All of (the couples children SIZE SIZE SIZE SIZE (Fresh Frozen)
Seymore, Newberry, S. C.,Mrs.
were in attendance, exceptone BAKING
Kenneth Hoffman, Auburn. daughter, Mrs. W. S. $139 SSe 5ge
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dale, Mrs. J. J. Glenn, Plant Brannon. HENS
City, Raymond Bradley, Limit *
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Hampton, Va., Herbert Bradley 100 guests attended.
Oak Hill, Mrs. W S. *Limlt 1 with $5.00 or ,more food purchase
Brannon, Tucson, Ariz and Lb. 450MAXIMUM
Mrs. H. C. pobb. REFUND $3M IN CASH
CAUTIONS CYCLISTS
The serving table overlaid \ SEE ORDER BLANK FOR COMPLETE DETAILS Florida Grade "A"
with a lace cloth over gold Peninsula Motor Club, AAA, Family Package
with HURRY-OFFER EXPIRES MARCH 15 1967
satin was centered an urges youngsters riding bicycles CUTUPFRYERS
artistic arrangement of yellow
to be sure the roadwayIs NOTE: REFUNDS ON ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES,CIGARETTES AND
roses and dainty white gypsophlla. DAIRY PRODUCTS ARE UNLAWFUL AND MAY NOT BE CLAIMED.
A three tiered wedding clear before entering.
cake was placed at one end
ofthe serving table and a silver 5 Lb. 79
coffee service at the other PUBLIC RELATIONS MEET PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING Bag 9Snowdrift

end. The 1967 Spring meet of .

Attractive arrangements of, the 400-member Florida Public 3 Lb. 57 c; WORLD'S
yellow chrysanthermums Relations Association will BEST
and blossoms
gladiolus orange
4.7 at the Bal Tin
be held May
interspersed with gold GROUND BEEF
leaves were placed at van moral Hotel on Miami Beach. food order
Limit (1) with $5.00 or more

111;
2 Lbs.

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CAliY BY TOM DORR COFFEE Tin Lb. 47 Armour SAUSAGE SMOKED(Capital)


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MM>E.YOU'VE .
OKAY. BE ON FLORIDA GRADE "A" (Medium)
HOW'S THE A TO SERGEANT GOT "TO Lean Juicy
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MONOGRAM (Long Grain)

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PRODUCE Frozen Foods BAKERY -

+ Golden Yellow Master Chef Bverfresh (20 oz.)

?BANANAS........ 10e FRENCH BREAD 4 Loaves..............95eFr.u.

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I 10-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS..,FEB. 23, 1967 CITRUS EXHIBITA
month.leng exhibit featuring .
BREATHING TEST CAUTIONS CYCLISTS Florida citrus is plan It has been my privilege and honor -
GIVEN FRIDAY Peninsula Motor Club, AAA, ned for the Florida Showcase '
urges youngsters riding bicycles In New York's Rockefeller to serve as City Commissioner
The second of a series of
free pulmonary function tests to be sure the roadway Center during March by the of Flagler.Beach for the past two
will be given at Flagler Beach la clear before entering. Florida Citrus Commission.
Friday, ,Feb. 24th from 10:00a. :
m. until 4:00 p. m. The de. years.
tection survey Is being conducted
t' Tuberculosis by the and Spaceport Respiratory Area Flagler County Insurance Your vote and support in the

Disease Assn. and Is sponsor.
' ed In Flagler Club, Beach under the by theWoman's direction Agency, Inc. coming election will be appre-

of Mrs. Frank Brede. All Forms of Insurance
Thirty two residents were ciated. /
tested last week for the 105 North' Bay Street -:- Phone 437-3171
breathing examination, which
only requires a few minutesto Bunnell, Florida 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTY \
take. Residents are remind. BONDS WILLIE S. HARRISON
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jilt THURS.. FEB. 16,.1967JHEJKfK
Weekly Sermon

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91 THE GLORY OF THE LORD .

God created the world, and ,\,
.&J W everything which exists Is because ..
of God. Negative souls e ft.

xt have always negated life so '.:
as to darken everything to fit .
the color scheme of their list.

less lives. Even some Biblical
; YOURS characters are quoted when "

;: ..( ,, they reflect a 'fit of depression '

J.... 1J'!.. \ f', ILOANSHoran which helps to add credanceto
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\ a life which seems to never
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} AUTO approximately 12-fcet high and 8-feet wide attracted huge fortified by God's glory. ; "
CG crowds in Italy during a seven-day, 34-mile trip from Milan
I to the Seminary cf Cergam Alta, in Sotto 11 Monte, birthplace God is not the Lord of darkness '
'II of the Pope. The statue was transported on a trailer designedand but of light. Until man ;.j
/ I constructed for the trip and was drawn by a tractor discovers the fullness of God ''t
loaned by a Milan for tractor dealership. he will never find a glory

which will suffice from day tQ
FINAL COURT DECREE, DATED day. A person whose life only
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 6, MARCH 1959 OF THE has snatches of II
.. CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FORFLAGLER brightness
COUNTY, FLORIDA, has never opened his eyes tq
NOTICE FOUND FOR THE PLAINTIFFSJ
the beauty of God's creation.
BE ADVISED: W. AND MABEL M. GREEN.
TO THE ADMINISTRATION Signed: J. W. Green Seal
CITY OF FLAGLER BEACH, Signed: Mabel M Green Seal The magnitude of God is
FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA Original Copy received by: not limited by the hegative
AND, ANY OTHER IN- Signed: Nolle
TERESTED PARTIES CAUSING Clerk, City nof' FUgler Beach. thoughts of man. Fortunately,
LEGAL ADVERTISE- This date: Feb. 20 11167. man does not limit God, but I
MENTS TO DE PUBLISHEDIN Copy to Charles Tindell (City
NEWSPAPER "FLAGLER Attorney. Bunnell, FlorIda. God is and always will be in
i rfE"fstTEDEJTrltD"LEGAL Feb. 23, Ito the fullness of his glory. "For

LEGISLATION". the earth will be filled with
GREETINGS: CITRUS EXHIBIT the knowledge of the glory of

LECTIVELY YOU, SEVERALLY ARE AND NOTIFIEDTO COL- A month-long exhibit featuring the Lord, as the waters cover,

CEASE, DESIST AND RE- Florida citrus Is plan the sea" Habakkuk 2:14. ,
DESCRIBED FRAIN FROM WITHIN SUCH ACTION CON- ned for the Florida ShowcaseIn
TENTS OF SAID LEGAL LEG- New York's Rockefeller Subscribe to The Flagler
4 ISLATION NOTICE Center during March by the TrIbune'J J
SUCH ACTION IS IN VIOLA-
\t TJON OF CHANCERY NO. 2081, Florida Citrus Commission. $2.50 per year in Advance


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LEUKAEMIA DEATH
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT j

RATE CLIMBSThe IV THE cmcim COURT fvKLAGLEIl

Florida State Board of IN CHANCERY COUNTY NO., FLORIDA 10

Health says the death; rate FERNE SHEATS Plaintiff,
K. EDWARDS Jr.
continues to rise for leukae JAMES A.VB L
SHEATS \
mia-a disease of the blood Defendant! ..
for which there is no known NOTICE TO ILFhSNDTHE :
STATE OF FLORIDA, TO ,
cue\ which generaly is con JAMES A. SHBAT3.
sidered fatal and the,cause of 2481 Baxter Head.,
Atlanta, Georgia
which continues 'to' baffle You are hereby notified that
science. a suit haa been filed agalaatyou
In the above entitled cause; ,
and you are hereby required to i
Leukaemia is a cancerous file your-anawer with the Clerkof ,. ,-
condition and manifestationsrange this Court, and to serve a
copy thereof upon the plaintiffor
from swelling of the plaintiff attorney, whose ..
name and addrens it: 0I1' 1
lymph glands to severe anemia I
CHARLES J, LUKE. II '
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and internal hemorrhaging 260 NORTH RIDGBWOOD AVE. "''"--: T-'-- iF. ,- I'
resulting in general debility DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA '
not later than March 26. A.D... '-' ''
and complications suchas 1961. :
Infections and pneumonia.There If you fall to do BO, decree J
pro confeaao will be entered i
were 438 deaths in against you for the relief demanded r
1965 from the disease which in the bill of complaint. STATE ,
The nature of Bald suit being .. > .
has shown a steadily upward for Divorce i '
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trend In rate in Florida. Cur WITNESS my hand and "* ';.; t
all of Bald Court this list /oo.
rently the death rate for Florida day of February A.D 1967OnORGE ; '
and'the United States as M MOODY, t.S'ENATOR I
Clerk of Circuit Court ,
a whole are about equal after said

adjustments are made for differences By(Official(s( Julia Steal harvey, AV. .-' ." i':" i
in the age distribution DtpnANNOUNCEMENT ty CJ.&. \
of the DtIklty cutfc i-ii-i- -$-n 4t ; ;
two areas.
el T Hd Court this tint
The leukaemia death rates
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per 100,000 population in from a high level .
among pre-
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8.2 for
Florida In 1956 were
school ages through early
white males 5.5 for white females
adult life, then rise again rap. i
; 6.1 for nonwhite males :
idly In middle age and con
and 4.0 for nonwhite females. tinue the !
upward throughout ;
In 1965, the rates were 10.7
life There are indications
span.
for white males, 6.0 for white : :
that
Improved diagnostic i
females; 5.5 for nonwhite procedural is the cause fora 13th.
males and 2.3 for nonwhite considerable portion of the

females. The exact underlyingcause increased rate among older
for the highter rates /
among malls is unknown but persons. i
the same general relationship Although there is no known:

holds (true for cancer In gen cure, temporary easing of rI
eral as well as for most other symptoms and prolongationof
chronic-type diseases.. life may be achieved by

Leukaemia rates decline proper treatment. #



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\*.:'' \ / EX-SERVICEMEN QUEEN SHEBA RULED NOTICE Nurses are in demand to. 18 years of age (female

ji, NEEDEDIf The Queen of Sheba ruled pursuant Notice Is to hereby motion duly given made that day and nowhere is the de applicants only);

Yemen when the present day seconded and carried, by the mand as great as In the 5. Be willing to accept

you have had, 6 months small republic was one of the Board Flagler of County County Commissionersof Florida; at United States Air Force. worldwide assignment; and
service in any branch of the fairest lands on the Arabian a Special Meeting of said Board "What is it t: like being an moral and
Peninsula the held the 17th day of February.AD. is the 6. Possess high
armed forces or active reserve 'National Geographic Air Force Nurse", ques
1967 Inspector and Clerksof and
duty, the Navy needs you! ,says. Travelers were each Election District or Precinct tion most 'asked by the prospective personal qualifications i
and
marveling at Yemen's sky. In Flagler County, Florida Air Force Nurse. meet physical professional
Yes the needs
Navy
your appointed and voting places
were
training, experience and scrapers and walled cities at or polling places for each Well, Air Force nursing, requirements.
leadership. In a time when wigwams still Election District or Precinct In like all nursing, has as Its ob After selection nurses with
many cases you dotted Manhattan.. Flagler County, Florida were the care of the whole .no prior military service re-
may be enlisted in the pay designated for the First Special jective
grade held while Primary to be held on Tuesday, patient, body, mind and spirit.It port to Sheppard AFB; Texas,
you on active the 28th of February, A.D. 1967. for three-week orientation
duty. the said Board of County Com is concerned with the preservation a
Shannon or Blanton at 255 missioners of Flagler County, of life. The majorityof course to acquaint (them with
For more details and up-to- Navy or bring your DD 214 Florida, having named appointed the Inspectors nurses in the United States the U. S. Air Force and the
as
date information on current and stop in at the office, 2nd following and Clerks persons respectively Air Force render nursing care Air Force Medical Service. The
ex-service 2 year enlistments, and Riverside Aves. and having designated the following ;
Holly to medical, surgical, pediatric, course also outlines the responsibilities
call your Navy recruiter, Chief Hill Law Center. Do it today! said voting Election or: polling placesfor orthopedic, and obstetrical pa. and conduct expected -

Precinct No 1 tients. But unlike civilian of an officer and pro
Vote In the County Commissioners
Room in Flagler County nurses, the Air Force :nurse vides nurses with an understanding
Courthouse Bunnell Florida. assists in the evacuation of of military nursing.

FRIENDS OF worth Pearl Geneva Woods Rodgers Myra, Inspectors Wads-- patients by air, and also hasa Upon completion of this ori-

; Beatrice White Clerk. role in the Nation's space entation, they report to their
Precinct N'o. 2 first station. Usually
duty ,
Vote In the Flagler Beach program.The .
Recreation Center, ,Flagler Air Force Nurse is botha nurses 'are first assigned to
Beach, Florida. Anna M. Buono. of the Air Force hospitals
.CBillPearceINVITE( Doris Fllklns Kay' Robinson commissioned officer and a one
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Inspectors, Catherine Wilson nurse, with responsibilities to within the United States./These

Clerk Precinct No. 3' the Air Force as well as to the hospitals vary in size from a

Vote In Community Hall, Haw nursing profession. Most appointments small dispensary Ito a large
Creek, Flagler County Florida. In the Air Force general hospital. In additionto

y Barbara Taudy Bowden.Cody, Inspectors Mae ,Klefer DorisTucker Nurse Corps are made In the medical and surgical care,
Clerk grades of second and first Air Force hospitals offer ob

.: :ALL FLAGLER COUNTY Vote In Precinct Church No.Hall.8-A Korona lieutenant However, nurses stetrical, dermatological, pediatric
Flakier County, Florida. psychiatricand
with additional professional orthopedic,
Alice Lyslak, Antoinette Slovak
,, 1': ", TO MEET WITH Imogene Strickland Inspectors experience and education, eye-ear-nose-throat care.
: Sophie Smlglelskl, such as a bachelor's or mas Positions are open In all the

Clerk. Precinct No.4 ter's degree in nursing' may special fields of nursing, although

\] SENATOR PEARCE Vote In St. Johns Park Com be appointed in a higher the greatest numberof
I munity Hall St. Johns Park grade. At the time of appoint., vacancies exist in general
Flagler County. Florida. Doris
I:, Shamblen Mary Harding Joan ment, an Air Force muse en. staff nursing.In .

AT ding Harper.Clerk Inspectors, Aileen Har ters a two-year active duty peacetime, foreign servIce

Precinct No 4-A commitment. Those on active assignments are made on
Vote In Masonic Hall. Bunnell duty may extend for addition. a voluntary basis as far as
Flagler County. Florida. Amor-
FLAGLER BEACH CITY HALL rtte Wells Jennie Green Grace al periods of time. To qualifyfor possible. Air Force hospitalsand

Wray Clerk., Inspectors; Nina Spivey, appointment the applicant dispensaries overseas are

Precinct No 5 (male or female) must: located in Germany, England,
7:00 P. M. Vote In Community Hall Es- 1. Be a graduate of a three Japan, Greenland, Bermuda,

nanola Phyllis Hlrscht.Flagler County Maxlne1 Buckles Florida., year hospital school of nurse Africa, Spain, Greece, Newfoundland -

Carolyn Raulerson Inspectors; ing acceptable to the Surgeon Labrador, the
CIVIC
BUNNELL CENTER Maulse Precinct McKenny.No clerk B-A, General of the Air Force; Azores, Panama, Puerto Rico,

Vote In Johnson Building AlA 2. Be currently,registered in Hawaii, Turkey, the Philippines .

AT EIGHT O'CLOCK Highway Margaret Marlneland.Collins. Lillian Florida Arnold a State, Territory of the United Iceland, Korea, France,
LPtltla Legreve. Inspectors! States, or in the District of and Vietnam, among others.
Coley Mitchell, Clerk. '
By order of the Board of County Columbia; Opportunities also exist for,
THIS .THURSDAY NIGHT Commissioners of Flagler 3. Be a citizen of the United advancement into the Flight
County, Florida In special meet-
States between the of 20
Ing at Bunnell. Flagler County ages Nurse and Aerospace Nursing. ,
Florida this 17th day of February and 35; programs.'I
COFFEE COLD DRINKS AD. 1967.
4. Have
no dependents
unRENEW -
LOUIS M. STEFL K. Registered nurses desiringmore
Chairman Board og County information concerningthe
Note: Campaign time is short, so this may be his County Commissioners, Florida.of Flagler II' ; Air Force Nurse Corpsaer

only opportunity for a public meeting. ATTEST AND COUNTY YOUR invited to see Sergeant
AFFIXED COMMISSIONERS: SEAL DRIVER'S UCENSE Pick; Maves, local Air Force

(Paid Politic Advertisement) I GEORGE M. MOODY Clerk DURING YOUR Recruiter located ait 620 N.
Board of
County Commissionersof
Ave.
Ridgewood Daytona
Flagler County Florida, BIRTH MONTH
It-Feb. 23. t Beach, Florida.


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Late O. F. ALFORD 3 GAL. FOR $5.00

Registered QUALITY! PAINT
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Classify FRIENDS OF Rea] Estate Broker II. V. YeomaM, Onaad B .
ay auueU flats Bunnelti Florida Corner Ilmd Aye. A V. S. 1
677.8020 9 a. m. till 5:30:

first As books'a youngster I tackled one after of the I 8. C. (Bill) PearceINVITE I'hAA ....11 r ...

learned to read was the "Wiz-
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books and when as an adult!,
I read them !to my daughterI NOTICES ',
found them equally enjoya

ble.Now ALL FLAGLER COUNTY I.,
I am enjoying the same Notice is hereby given that a municipal election

thrill with my grandchildrenand TO MEET WITH will be held in the City of Bunnell, Florida, on' ,
share with them the same
old thrill as we watch a tel Tuesday, the 7th day of March, A. D.. 1967,
evislon re-run of Baum's SENATOR PEARCEAT for the purpose of electing three City Commis- '

story.I sioners. All persons desiring to have their/..
never thought I would live I
to see "The Wizard of Oz" names printed upon the official ballot as can I.

presented underwater but it didates are required to pay to.the City Clerk.of .. '"
seems that the merimaids at said City, with whom he qualifies "
a filing fee .
Week Wachee Spring are as FLAGLER BEACH CITY HALL
of five centum of
enthralled with the story as I per (6%) the annual salary

am and are now presentingtheir of the office of City Commissioner of said'City i ,,3,,,

version in the Underwater 7:00 P. M. on or before 12 :00 o'clock noon, on the;,.24th "

Theatre. day of February, A. D. 1967 .'
Imagination enables us to
find entertainment anywherewe BUNNELL CIVIC CENTERAT
look for it and children Notice is further given that the registration ,

have a knack of finding It EIGHT books of the City of Bunnell, Florida,' are now '
O'CLOCK
like, in
wherever they even '
the 137, foot deep Grand Canyon open for registration of voters to anc. including '
at Weeki Wachee. the 24th day, until 12:00 o'clock noon, of Fetty/''
Week Wachee mermaids, THIS THURSDAY NIGHT' ruary, A. D. 1967. .. ,: .,
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long famous for their talent, : .
daring and unequaled acqua- COFFEE COLD DRINKS .:. ;.t *
tic skills, perform beneath the (S) Mrs. Nancy C. Rodgers,
srystal waters with a gracein Note: Campaign time is short, so this ,be his '
motion and beauty of form may City Clerk, City 'of Bunnell, 'I
,
unmatched by anything on only opportunity for a public meeting. Florida. ; ;.
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the world's conventional ; 1
v
stages. (Paid Political Advertisement) I feb. 2.9.16-23-4tc. ., "
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Audiences sit 16 feet 'below -
the surface and watch the "
show through glass windows. 1Too
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ORTHO
talks .
The audience watches a solid I sense: S { ; -
curtain of shimmering bubbles .
rise to the surface and {(r'$1 .' S
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the show begins as Dorothyis .
caught in a bubbly whirl' Is there really that kills .
something .everythingthat :
pool which sweeps her into I f) ,,. ", : "
the water world of the aquatic 11'A
World of Oz. bugs you? I'S ". '. I

All of !the Oz characters ap .
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pear: The MumchWn Maids, I" ", '''' ..j"", ,,;, ,, (
the Scarecrow the Tin "Girl", ," .. ', ..
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Lioness and in this along case with the Cowardly the good Mh"j) :.'Il. Lir 1 ":\''',\.t, .1\,11'1t: '''''r-(: ,.'t',.',....".','$. I''' I( j I

and bad Wickett witches.Witch residesin JA d M J :'4 .:?'j i. i' '': /, "i '" :;f.:
The ,' )
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the dark depth of the can ., I 'J-. q. \;:.'4 ... ; .
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yon. Seeking her broomstick, II n \ I : '

a perilous daring mermaid dive, holding makes her the lid'pj)b I/MVERS.9L : ; 4
full minutes,
breath for thrre I
13Ufi .
;"4' f .. .
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succeeds in overcomingthe ii ,. "r't"
she I ILL'Jr/G :
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witch and securing the CHINE. \ \
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broomstick. d :" ; l

the The aWtery curtain Wizard comes of down Oz on as (fiiii I j Ii Probably not :' ., ; <'.\


her Dorothy' home is amidst whisked an explosionof away to But if one ever crops up, it'll probably wear the ORTHO'label."t.i "I l I


Week and shimmering a Wachee ballet of mermaids.The air the bubbles famed. ; Because right now there is the closest thing to a good all-around '


produced underwater and directed productionis by quick-kill on the market And ORTHO makes it. ORTHO DIBROM

Miss York Glorida and the Hamilton show is present'of New by name. One of the best all-around liquid insect Aphid ArmjrWonn AIM/*webworm* rail InfPofontofUrfRoller Miner

ed week days from 9 a. m. !to
BBetef Btctlc'
5 p. m. with a special night killers you can buy today. It kills off close to a. Boll Worm* Icopen L Un
perfomance on Saturday evening CktvpiUin Mite .
beneath 50,000 watts. of Gout Outworn .. !
hundred
light. and fifty different kinds of sucking andchewing Conlerworm E.LtafT' ,
Cucumber Dulles ,
Week Wachee has long insects. On Cutworm Fetch Twlf Bore .' ; ..
contact from
been one of Florida's out. Everything DiiaondBwkCtterpUUr ficklcworm IDn.ophiJa ;
standing attractions and is a SaltMinhCiMrpllliraPk .'
flies the Settle. >Soft Brown:Scitt; CnwbnPleihopper ';
must for visitors and home -even resistant ones-to the little old Sorghum.worm .
folks alike. If have never
you Fruit FUet Spider Mil..
visited, this famed attraction aphids that everyone's after. (Even so properly Glut* Stihk Bui*
you will thoroughly enjoy a Hot Loopef Tent CeterpillinImported .' '.
day at Week Wachee where timed it's kind to lots of the beneficial LeiOioppcn C bbie Worm Thnp*
you will find a variety of ''at predators.) ..,Vhltefl/
to the
tractions in addition

Underwater Week Wachee Theatre.and the / ORTHO DIBROM kills fast, has short residual life. It kills

mermaids'television have world been wide featuredon and !I larvae, interrupts pest life cycle. And it's compatible with most other

have brought much valuable i
publicity to Florida and they insecticides. .
have been included In Arthur )

Jupiter's Godfrey's Darling features, ,Crosswinds Route 66,, I Use ORTHO DIBROM Next thing you know, just about ; :', 'I '

Mr. Peabody and many and others.the! Mermaids everything that (bugs you is either dead or dying. I 5, :, :

The worfd's first underwater
movie premiere was held at Splendid' dLNla. :5:
Weekl Wachee when Warner ", ,'.-.J.. \ t 5DIPGM
Brothers: presented the "In A...,..
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credible Mr. Limpet, based on
Floridian Theodore Pratt's delightful
C,

story. ;:.. "MCtkWe \

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12-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE TOURS- FEB. 23. 1967 r CONDONS SHOW ART SHOW DEADLINE THREE ELECTIONSSenator

AFRICAN SLIDES FEBRUARY 28thIf Pope was placed in a
new district including Duval
Colored slides of pictures you are planning on entering I
County and he is a candidate.
I Wag1rbeach taken in Africa last summer the Sidewalk Art Show, Senator Pope had the distinction
by Mr. and Mrs. George Con. Saturday, March 4th, you must of being elected Presidentof
I'' don, Flagler Beach, were have your entry blank filled the Senate.Senator Boyd is
t shown to the Flagler Senior out and returned by Feb 28. a candidate in his new district
Citizens Club when the group The entry blank must be accompanied -
f SPC' and Mrs. Robert Ander. The Ladles Guild o! the met Tuesday evening, Feb. 21, ,by a two dollar entrance the Senator L. K. Edwardsis
son and children, Robert, Community Memorial Church in its clubroom in the Municipal fee, for entrants to be in only former senator left
Scott, Donna and Linda of will meet this afternoon building, Flagler Beach. eligible. The show is sponsor. our for district. He Is a candidate -
Grovetown, Ga., were the weekend (Thursday) at 2 p. m. at the The hour long showing was ed by the Flagler Woman's reelection.
i guests of Herbert Anderson home of Mrs. Howard Countson n'arraited by Mrs. Condon. Club and will be at the Flag. Last year Flaglet Countywas
II of Bunnell, the V. W. South Ocean Shore Blvd. There were 108 members and ler Beach Recreation Hall Saturday in a House of Representative .
;I Haines of Flagler Beach, and guests present. 10:00: a. m. til 5:00 p. District with St. Johns
Mrs. Louise Anderson of De- m. County, and A. H. (Gus)
Mrs. Prell from Craigof
land. Raymond It was announced by Martin
I Riverside, California arrivedIn Fuelling, treasurer that Everyone Is invited to sub fill St Augustine the was electedto
house
Mrs. Lucy Dearing plans to Flagler ''Beach last Fridayto (the Club now has 119 paid up mit an entry| the result of one recent Court seat.Reapportionment As.
/ leavtpFriday for Anderson, visit with her brother and members. Due to the fact that
: Indfwhere she will join her sister in law, Rev. and Mrs. its clubroom will be in use as TROOP 495 ty was placed, Flagler in a district Coun
E. Lester Stanton. a polling place for the 'municipal
son, Kenneth, who Is station. with Putnam, St. Johns and
MET WEDNESDAYBoy
ed at Camp Pendelton, Calif. election, the March 7 Lake Counties with three
Kenneth will soon be.leaving Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. meeting of ithe Club will be Scouts of troop 495 met seats which are numbered
for a tour of duty In Viet Nam. W. E. Fennell, Jr. is Mrs. Fen- held in the recreational Wednesday evening for their 32nd, 33rd ''and 34th.
nell's mother, Mrs. Ann Dean, building at the Flagler Beach regular; meeting. Assistant
1 Mrs. Marie Rothschild of from Hinesvllle, Georgia. Methodist Church which is lo- scoutmaster, Mike Ensley discussed Qualified Democratic candidates
1 Pittsburgh, Pa. was the recent lacted on South Central avenue camping experienceswith for the Legislative
houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. according to Walter the troop members. seats are:
SHOTS FOR PETS
Frank Brede. Creal, publicity chairman.
Troop members will :tour 13th Senatorial District
TUESDAY, FEB. 28th Cape Kennedy Saturday, February Lewis E. DinkinsL.

Mr. and Mrs. J. C Parrish 'A veterinarian will be at, GAMES PARTY AT 25th. A program on automotive K. Edwards, Jr.
I t and twin daughters, Kathy: Flagler Beach City Hall between mechanics will be B. C. (Bill) Pearce
and Karen, formerly of Jacksonville 1:00: p. m. and 2:00: p. WOMAN'S CLUB presented at the next meetingby 32nd House Seat
are new residents of m. February 28th to Inoculate The Flagler Woman's ClubIs Mike Ensley, Buddy Moore W. H. (Bill) Reedy
Flagler Beach. Mr. Parrish recently all dogs against rabies.A sponsoring and Mike Bross.DELORES Lee G. Sanders
a games party
retired after 22 years $4.00 fee Is charged for the Friday, Feb. 24th at 7:30: p. m. 33rd House Seat
service In the US Army as a service, according to Helen with 'the Ozark Hillbilly as James N. (Gator) Beck
Master Sergeant. Nolte, City Clerk.Fisherman's the theme at the club build- DEEN Ed. L. Bush
Incr at 1524 S. Central Avenue. 34th House Seat
POTATO OUEENCONTESTANT Robert Cleere, Jr.
There will ,be entertainment A. H. (Gus) Craig
provided by Mrs. Francis Bishop .
Inn of Springfield, Missouri. Delores Deen, 17, daughterof
Games and door prizes will be Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Deen,
given and refreshments will Bunnell has been selected by B. C. ( Bill ) PearceAnnounces
FLAGLER BEACH AT BRIDGE be served for a nominal do. the advertising committee of
nation. Advance tickets will the North Florida Potato
YOUR FAVORITE BEER AND SNACK be sold by club members'and Council to represent Flagler for
the public is cordially Invited County in the annual Florida
BAR-PIZZA' !to come out for an evening of Potato! Queen Contest. the SenateSenator
fun A Potato Queen will be
Open 7:30 a. m. Till, ? Closed Monday crowned April 5th at the annual
-: Subscribe. to 'The Flagler tri-county barbecue held B. C. (Bill) Pearceof
Boats for & Gas-Phone
Rent-Docking 439.9211
Tribune at the St. Johns Fairgrounds East Palatka has announ.
$2. 0 per year in Advance in Elkton. ced his candidacy for State
Senate Seat for ithe new 13th
District He would represent
Flagler, Putnam, Clay and
Marion Counties in the newly
formed district. The recent action -
of the Federal Court took
Sen. Verle Pope of St. Augustin -
away from Flagler County
and he is running in St.
1 1L Johns, Duval and several
other North Florida Counties.

Senator Pearce is well
known in this area as a successful
L potato farmer in the
Tri-County Area. He has
served in the senate for the
t. past 20 years and is considered .
t.I. a statewide
authority on
I
: .0' matters of taxation and fin-
L:1 ance. He not only served as
j Chairman of Senate Finance
( and Taxation Committee, but
I ___ is .
7 presently serving as financial
:i l I lake I a Camaro,sport coupe or convertible. Make It a Rally,Sport with hideaway headlights. Kirk. and tax aide to Gov.

t Senator Pearce called himself .

,(, F I the "No. 1 Pork Chopper"as
I
he fought for the interestsof
L t the small counties in the
legislature. Sen. Pearce Is opposed
11 !! by Sen. L. K. Edwardsof
Irvine (Marion County) and
Lewis El: Dinkins in the Democraltic .
Primary} to be held
Feb. 28.Friends.
I of Sen. Pearce have
arranged a get-together for
him at the Bunnell Civic Cen-
ter tonight (Thursday) at 8
: I o'clock. All of Flagler County
is invited to meet and hear
l\ 4'a t Sen. Pearce at Ibis time. The
campaign is very short so
.
J
that this will
probably be his
I only oportunity to meet with

the people of Flagler County.

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