The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
December 8, 1966
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note:
Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).

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St. Johns tribune
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Palm Coast news
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Bunnell BulldogsWin

Flagler CountyBy In 2 OpenersIn The Flagler I Tribune

Coy G. Harris, Jr. BasketballBunnell's

Due to Bunnell High School Bulldogs opened

being reinstated to member their 'basketball season last VOL. 54 NO. 49 BUNNELL. FLORIDA, THURSDAY DECEMBER XT1966 $2.50 A YEAR
ship in the Southern Association .
Friday night with a 48.45 victory -----
of Colleges and Schools, over Florida Military
with an "all clear" accreditation Academy. Football Awards CommissionersName

rating, many questions Would YouBELIEVE I
have been asked concerning Walton Cowart led the
accreditation both with the Bulldogs with 25 points, followed Presented At Planning I
State Department of Education by Jack Knight who

and the Southern Asso scored 13 points, Darrell Britt It Happened in Flagler

cia tlon. with 6 points, Dan Cody 3, School BanquetOver County 10, 20, 40 years ago CommitteeFlagler
State Accreditation: Jimmy McNab 1. Strong re-
Flagler County schools are bounder for the Bunnell team 100 attended the I ? County Commissioners .
Involved In both accreditation was Dan Cody with 17. Awards Banquet in the Bun. appointed a Recrea

agencies. All schools in nell High School cafeteria 10 YEARS AGO tional Planning Committee to
Bunnell was lagging be.
Thursday night. The Boosters serve as advisors for the rec.
the county are accredited by
hind 33.42 In the fourth quar the dinner in White reation created the
the state. Each school is Club sponsored Billy halfback on area at
checked ter. After a tremendous display honor of the BHS football the Bulldog eleven was voted Bunnell Airport, at their
according annually to three and levels rated by of hustle, In the last five players. outstanding back in the St. Monday meeting. The proposed .

the State Department of Edu minutes of the quarter, Bun. Dan Cody, lineman was John's Conference. Also selected site is west of the air.
cation. An explanation of the nell racked up the win 48.45. presented the "Golden Helmet for the conference port. Appointed to serve on

three rating levels Is as follows The Bulldogs second consecutive Award". Dan is the first team were guard Charles the committee were GeorgeM.
: victory was gainedIn Bulldog to receive this award. Trad, end Gene Cauley, backs Moody, Flagler County
Level 1: These standards Tuesday nights game when Receiving football letters for Billy Deen and Billy White. Chamber of Commerce; Jim
delineate basic indispensable they stopped the Yellow Jack. Junior varsity football were: Sammy Bertha was voted Hargett, Flagler County Recreation I I
essentials in the school pro. ets of Saint Augustine 5149. Gary Barber, George Allen, honorable mention and missed Advisory Committee;
gram. Buddy Moore, Evan Yelving- all-conference by one Lyman Gage, Flagler County
Level 2: These standardsare Bunnell held the lead most ton, Ty Whitaker, Hutch King, vote. Cattlemen's Assn.; Martin

of great importance, but of the game, but seemed to Charles Clegg, James Bryan, McDaniel, City of Bunnell;
in contrast to level 1 they are go cold in the last quarter Kirk Robertson, Chip Johns. 20 YEARS AGO Willie Harrison, City of Flag-

not considered so significant with only 3 points. This was ton, Jay Townsend, Mitchell Fish and hush puppies will ler Beach; Louis Steflik and

that missing one of them will enough for the second victoryof Henry, Greg Robertson, Mark be served at the Flagler Alfred Tucker, Board of Coun
the season. Strickland' Jimmy, McNab, ty Commissioners and George
school Hotel
cause a to be classified Beach Dec. 21 when
and Mark Yelvington. Clegg, Flagler Farm Bureau.
as non-accredited. members of the Flagler Beach
Scoring went to Darrell
Other action taken Monday's
Varsity Players receiving at
Level 3: These standards Britt with 16 Jack 12 Baptist Church and hotel and
letters were: Dan Cody, John meeting was:
designate quantities or qualities dining room operators will
Walton Cowart 12, Dan Cody
Cody, Walton Cowart, Jack 1-No 'action taken on a re
which make it possiblefor 6 and Ray Krutz 5. cooperate to raise funds for
the school to achieve added Knight, Jack Sparkman, Mar. painting and repairing the quest by R. W. Deen Jr., to
effectiveness In Its pro. Bunnell will visit Crescent vin Henry, Wade Thornton, church. Committee membersare have a new bridge construct.
gram. City Friday night. Varsity Jimmy Akins, Bobby Robin. Mrs. R. W. Raulerson, ed In the BImini section.

According to the bulletin team members are Dan Cody, son, John Johnston, Mike Mrs. Gene Hart, Mrs. V. W. 2-A delegation represent.

published by the State De. Walton Cowart, Jack Knight, Robinson, John McDaniel, Haines, Mrs. J. Davis, Mrs. ing the Cattlemen's Assn. re
partment of Education, "Ac. Arthur McDaniel, Darrell John Taylor, Henry Bowers, Sam Potts and Mrs. J. L. quested use of an area at the
creditation Standards For Britt, Jim Harper, Ray Krutz, John Cook, Billy Miller, Mike Smith. Working with the airport for their "Cracker
Florida Schools," the basic Tony Parker, Henry Bowers, Barber, Bruce Kendall, Mike church committee is J. W. Day" celebration. They were
minimum accreditation re Jimmy McNab, John Cook. Zimmerle, Phillip Zimmerle, Green, Andrew Wise and Gor advised a site was not available .
quirements' for each schoolare Gary Buckles, Charley Meth. don Post. at this time, but an area

: (1) compliance with a Blood vin and Dennie Buono. Excerpts from 'TalkO'Teens" would be designated for use
Special for
stipulated percentage of Level Trophies were presented column In the Trib in the future.
1 standards, (2)) compliancewith the following: most outstand 3-A contract for $200.00was

a smaller stipulated. Drawing Set BySheriff's ing most back outstanding, Walton lineman Cowart;, une.We played Cootie at Youth awarded to Fred Schasie-
of Level 2 standards
percentage valuable Council Saturday night. Daisy pen of Ormond, to update the
Dan Cody; most
and (3) compliancewith aerial as of Jan. 1.
Whitaker won the high.prize. maps
player, Walton Cowart; most
an even smaller stipulated 4-The board to investigate
Improved players,,Henry Bowers Charles Cowart was our en.
of Level 3
and later
report on
Jimmy Akins and Charles ergetic master of ceremoniesand
standards. Flagler County Sheriff'sDepartment Methvin. Ray McDougall and a request from John Kinneyfor
Southern AssociationAccreditation is sponsoring repair work on roads be.
a Walton Cowart and Dan Louis Steflik were in chargeof
: blood drawing on Monday, Cody were selected as team the dance music. Next tween sections 29 and 30 in
The Southern Association of December 12, at the Bunnell co-captains. week we're looking forwardto St. Johns Park.

Colleges and Schools is also Civic Center. The special Selected for the St. John's Miss Alrsman's talent 5-A bid of $18,990.00 was
an official accrediting agencyin drawing is being held to River All Conference football show.. accented for a motor grader
Florida. In the Southern build up the Blood Bank sup. from'Ring Power Corp.
team were Jack Knight, cen-
Association, schools receive ply which is running low, Mrs. iter, Dan Cody, tackle, and 40 YEARS AGO 6-Approved the bond for
ratings of "clear", "advised", Frances Edmonson said to Howard Lerch, deputy sheriff.
Walton Cowart, The December 1926 editionof
"warned", or "on probation". 7-Agreed to do repair workon
Aikens received honorable
the Tribune
day.The published Bay and other streets in
A rating given each year.
mention Congratulations! their
Deficiencies can lower a mobile unit of the Red following letters from the North Flagler Beach area
Cross Blood Bank of little friends to the patron
school's rating from year to Daytona when labor is available. The
year or improvement shown Beach will be at the Civic FLAGLER BEACH saint of all good children, request was made by C. G.
Center from 4 7 Santa Claus. Here are the let.
to p. m., on Varn.
by schools can reflect a high. TENTATIVE
Monday to receive the blood ters Just as they were writtenby
er rating than the year be. } 6-Leo Morrison of Ocean
donors. BUDGET APPROVEDGeorge the children themselves.Dear Palm County Club asked the

fore.When a school is accredit. Santa Claus: board to provide labor and
those wishing to give Moody and E. H.
ed or dlsaccredited, it helps blood are urged to go during Threadgill of the Flagler How are you? I have that equipment for paving 'a parkIng .
show the public that they are these hours. Anyone wishingto Beach State Park Board met doll and doll carriage, and lot. The board agreed to
supporting their schools or make a special donation of Monday In Daytona Beach this Christmas I want you to assist in a few months when

are not supporting them as blood may do so at this time. with the area State Park bring me a doll stove and a the equipment and labor is

they should. In the great majority Also anyone wishing to re members to complete the bud. little machine and a china available.9Brannam's.
of cases, schools re place blood used previously.Mrs. gets which will 'be presentedto tea set. My sister's little boy: Grocery bid
moved from the accredited send him a little squeaky doll was accepted for supplies.
the 1967 for
list are done so because of the Edmonson is in chargeof legislature ap and a little ball. I will close 10-A letter of complaint
for the draw proval. Clarice regarding the flooded area in
lack of financial support from arrangements tentative for from- Malpurs.
The budget
their communities ing. calls Dear Santa Claus: Mound Grove. The letter
It is not mandatory for high Flagler Beach State Park I am trying to be good and stated that a canal from Ko-
for $80,700.00 for Improvements
schools to become a member. SYDNEY WEKSLER will do better if you will rona to Bulow was respon
which Include the entrance
However, Dr. Vincent Mc. and bring me a ByO-Baby, doll sible for flooding the area.
station office
Guire, chairman of the high DIES SUDDENLY and cook stove, china set, cook set The Board agreed to take the
parking areas, shop
school committee for Florida, and a suitcase with' a doll matter under advisement.
TUESDAY NIGHT equipment shelter, and surfacing
had this to say concerning outfit.' Dear Santa, if I send
of road to the marina.
Southern Association accreditation Sydney I. Weksler, 66, formerly Also the operating costs of my doll carriage will you Legion Christmas
: of Flagler Beach and now please paint it blue with yel
$50,000.00 for the two
"An unaccredited school is of Daytona Beach, passed iod. year per. low wheels. Lighting ContestThe
where children Please don't forget Estella.
one are get. away unexpectedly Tuesday Budgeted for the Bulow
ting an inferior education evening at the Bunnell Gen. Plantation Historic Memorial, She is only a little girl but American Legion Is

where those who do get to eral Hospital. He moved to also in Flagler County, was likes to play with things she again this year sponsoringthe
college are less well prepared Daytona about a year ago an operating cost of 37032. can put in her mouth. This is outdoor Christmas Light.
than graduates of accredited after living In Flagler Beach 00, $14,600.00 for a small mu. all I and I wont fuss any. ing contest, Commander Floyd
high schools." Dr. McGuire four years. He came there more if you bring them all. Hurl said today.
seum, and $75,000.00 for en.
checked on this question last from Springfield, Ill. He was trance road widening and Good bye with a hug and a First, second and third
year. born in London, England. lot of klsses.-Alta Jane and place prizes will be offered in
He said that students in paving. Estella Holden. the outdoor home lighting di
high schools that had been He was a Mason and a vision. In the business division
"all clear" member of the Jewish Syna FATHER OF MRS. ROBERTSON .
rated averaged 264 THOMAS E. a prize will be given for
on senior placement tests. gogue. EARL RICE DIES FIGHTING IN VIETNAM the best display.All .
Students in high schools that lie is survived by his wid Ray Allen of Aredale, Iowa, those wishing to enter
had been placed on probation ow, Edith; 1 son, John of De. father of Mrs. Earl Rice of Airman Second Class Thomas their displays In the contestare
averaged 229 on the tests. cature, Georgia; a brother of Bunnell, passed away on Nov. E. Robertson, whose moth. Invited to fill the followIng .
The state average was 250. Long Island, N. Y., and 4 sisters 28 after a short illness. Mr. er, Mrs. Mark Hannah, lives application and return to
"Clear" schools averaged 14 of London England. and Mrs. Rice returned home In Bunnell, Is now In Vietnamin Christmas Lighting Contest %
points above the state average Funeral services will be Saturday after attending the the fight against Commun Tribune Office.

"probation" schools 21 held at the Craig Funeral funeral service there Wednes 1st aggression, according to a Name ..............................................
points below It. Chapel of Bunnell at 2 o'clock day. release from U.S. Combat Air

A vote will be taken next this afternoon. Interment will Survivors include his wid Forces. Location ....................._...........
year to raise the standardsfor be in the Shady Rest Cemetery ow, Mrs. Minnie Elizabeth Airman Robertson, a missile

high schools incidental Holly Hill. Craig Funeral Allen; 3 daughters, includingMrs. equipment repairman, is Home ...............................".............
ly making accreditation more Home of Bunnell In chargeof Rice of Bunnell and 3 a graduate of Bunnell High

difficult. arrangements. sons. School. Business 1 .......................,...,......._...


pastor and members of
the Pentecostal Holiness

HOME TO OCTOBER 1966 would like to
ffiljp JUaglrr SrlbunrI1UNNELL. Bunnell. Methodist church express (

Opportunity for outdoor recreation Housing costs rose by 0.4 their deep appreciation to ;'
FLORIDA looms increasingly per cent in October, led by in- each and everyone who con
large among the "wants" of creases In such homeowner- tributed to the need of Eugene

LEN WILSON, Publisher home buyers and the nation's ship costs as real estate taxes Buckner 'and family,

( F. Taylor. Pastor) builders have never been in a and insurance, mortgage interest during his recent surgery and

.Ipated newspaper for all better position to provide it. rates, and home repairsand stay in the hospital. Especially -

Legal Advertising Rents were to those of the Bunnell
THE PRINCE OF PEACE maintenance.
Modern design is creatingnew
.\ 0.3 percent, and fuel Restaurant who worked so
Entered as second class matter It's beginning to look a lot dimensions of outdoor up oil prices rose seasonably. faithfully to raise funds to

February 6, 1913, at the post- living at home for urban as advanced meet the needs of this family.
like Christmas Cities for
again. Prices
office at Bunnell, Florida, under well as rural dwellers. Atriums prices May God restore each one for
Act of March 3, 1876. and towns, homes and and open decks are some further, but small appliance decline. Prices their acts of kindness. Eugeneand

churches, businesses and pub of the more popular media. showed a
for such housekeeping Carolyn are members of j r

One Year .......................2JH> lic buildings are beginning to also rose laundry soap the Pentecostal Holiness
Six Month ..._..............41.25 According to the Southern supplies as
decorate. Once again Christmas Pine Association, atrium and household paper, as wellas Church of Bunnell.

CARD OF THANKSWe takes on a festival air of homes are ideal for cities and for services, including .

bustling suburbs since their laundry, domestic service, baby r. ..
commemorating the birth of
wish to express our design assures maximum sitters, and appliance re
thanks and appreciation to Jesus of Nazareth. Last weekI space for outdoor recreationin pairs.

all our friends for the beau saw a picture in a newspaper a secluded setting. Registered

tiful flowers, cards, food and which made me sad. The UNIQUE FLOORSThe Real Estate BrokerBunnell
expressions of sympathy extended The entire home is built

to us during our bereavement picture showed an Army officer around a centrally located wood plank-and-beam Florida

and for the many pinning a Purple Heart yard. Thus concentrated, the system creator of a streamlined ...
of kindness medal upon a mother whose ouotdoor is larger and -
acts extended to area roof system in many modern

our mother, daughter and son had recenly died in bat more livable than would be homes, is also making its I.V THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH

sister Ellie Barber Shaw, during tle. Wars, power politics, and possible with separate front, debut as a combination floor JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
political intrigue are a partof AND FOR THE COUNTY OF
side and
her recent illness. rear yards. structure and finished floor. .KLAGLEH STATE OF FLORIDA
Dennis Connor Shaw our world. Without going The house raises an impressive IN CHANCERY.
into the whys and wherefores No. S413
The Barber spaced lumber
Family buffer Widely
against busy In Re: Adoption of
of our present Involvementin streets and neighboring beams are placed horizontallyon DELORIS JUANDA SHEPARD.

world (affairs, I would liketo over foundationwalls A Minor,
abodes. Children in edge
can play
that heart
say my hangs wood pilings. Wood
safety and adults can enjoy or NOTICE
HASTINGS MATTRESS heavy at the death of any the outdoors freely and pri decking is then laid flat over Address To: WILLIE Unknownand SHEPARD

man. If this was your son, or the beams. The deck providesa
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS vately. The central patio is a
husband, or brother, or grand. for swim structural element and an OSSIE BELLE GREENE SHEPARD -
delightful spot a
71012 Lemon St. son the hurt would be more attractive floor.
ming pool.In Address UnknownYOU
Palatka. Florida intensified. I am not an ad. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED -

Phone EA 5.9166 vocate of peace at any price, winter as well as sum The system-an ideal med. that a Petition for the Adoption -
of the
Negro, female
Furnltu-.. Upholstering but simply say that I worshipGod mer and spring, the atrium ium for Jointly utilizing the child, DELORIS JUANDA,SHEPARD minor-

Repaired & Refinished whose son Is called the Increases your enjoyment of strength and beauty of pre. was tiled In the above

Mattresses & Box Springs Prince of Peace. In face of the outdoors. Most rooms are shrunk Southern Pine lum cause, AD.on the 1966 16th, by day SARAH of November M.

Made to Order,Also Renovated grave responsibility let us oriented toward the inner ber-forms a highly resilient GILLYARD, and you are hereby

Call Laura Morris 4373233 be conscious of one of the yard and share the attractive floor for walking comfort commanded the above-named to be and Court appear In
on or
After 6:00 P. M. titles attributed to our Sav view. Wdth picture windows before the 24th day of December -

forming the patio scene, thereis 1966, to show cause If any
iour. "For to child Is
us a
PRICES REASONABLE, INCREASES STRENGTH there be, why the Petition for
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. born, to us a son is given; a feeling of the outdoors Adoption should not be granted.

Just a* near OB your and the government will be inside your rooms-a welt According to the Southern' DATED, 1966.this 16th day of November

Phone or Post Office upon his shoulder and his come impression when the Pine Association, proper sea GEORGE M. MOODY,

Drop Us A Card or Call name will be called Wonder. family is housebound duringthe soning of lumber greatly in. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Free Pick-up & Delivery ful Counselor, Mighty God, cold months. Such effectsare creases its natural strengthand By Seal: /a/) Joyce Patrick,

Everlasting Father Prince of further enhanced by exposed nail holding ability.OTIC' Deputy Clerk of the
Circuit Court
Peace." Isaiah 9:6.: beam ceilings, three dimensional Nov. 24Dec. l-g-15-Uc

patterns of wood
interior walls and OF SUIT
paneling or ,
rough sawn Southern Pine AND ALLEY. JUDICIAL CIHCl'IT,
siding on exterior walls. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: IN AND FOR FLAGLER (0.
BROWN & BROWN INC. You will take notice that the l'\T1', KLOHIDA.
Open decks let you enjoy Board of County Commissioners PETITION FOR

the outdoors with many of of Flagler County. Florida upon DECLARATORY UECHEE.
petition of qualified land owners GILBERT A. KRIER and
the comforts associated with under the provisions of Section AMELIA GILBERT KRIKR,
INSURANCE: your rooms. Southern Pine 33*.09. Florida Statutes 1965. will a/k/a AMELIA GILBERT.
at 9:'DO a. m. on the 2nd day of Plaintiff,
lumber is ideal for this use
January, 1967. at its meetingroom
because of its great strength, In the County Court House, JOHN RANDOLPII TURNER,
liunnell\ Florida, consider and Individually and as Executorof
OUR PHONE NUMBER IS high resistance to wear and determine whether or not the the Last Will and Testament -
ease of treatment.' county will vacate, abandon, of Roland Turner,
discontinue and close' and will et al,
renounce and disclaim' any rightof Defendants
437-3394 CONSUMER PRICE INDEX the county and public In and IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
to any land or Interest therein OF FLORIDA, TO THE DE-
delineated upon any map or plat FENDANTS:
ROSE 0.4 PERCENT FOR recorded In Plat Book 1, page JOHN RANDOLPH TURNER
10. public records of Flagler Individually and as Executor
MONTH OF OCTOBERThe 'ounty, Florida, which said of the Last Will and Testa-
street and alley\ are more particularly ment of Roland Turner,
described an follows: BESSIE DUGGINS TURNER, his
consumer price index
That part of WarringtonStreet wife

24 HourWrecker rose by 0.4 percent in October, which lies between FANNIE JOHNSON TURNER.
Blocks 15 and 16. Korona
the U. S. Department of Lab. shown as a/k/a FANNY JOHNSON
Service by plat of Korona on file TURNER
or's Bureau of Labor Statistics in I'lat Book 1, page! 10. public ROSA MELSON MURDOCK
records of
Flagler County,
announced.The ALSO: -MURDOCK,
increase was caused An alley through the center of her husband

Flagler Truck & Tractor Co. largely by higher costs of West Block, said 15, which alley\ is runs 15 feet East' wide and -ELSIE HOLT HOLT, her husband

housing, apparel, and medical and affects Lots 1 through 29, HAZEL DAVIS
as shown. by plat of Korona on -DAVIS her husband
MASSEY-FERGUSON care. Price indexes for automobiles flle In Plat Book No.1. page No. FRANCES DAVIS,
also 10. public --DAVIS her husband
were higher, records of Flagler,
Grove Farm Industrial Equipment County Florida. ELLEN BEARDON
reflecting the fact that trade-
Dated at Bunnell\, Flagler -BEARDON.
VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 73242 ins and dealer concessionsare County, Florida this 28th day her husband
smaller of November, 1968. DORA WHITE
Owner Bunnell Florida customarily BOARD OK COUNTY COM:: -WHITE, her husband
the beginning of the new MISSiONERS FLAGLER JACK TURNER

model Prices of food in COUNTY. FLORIDV -TURNER, his wife
year. Bye/ Alfred It. Tucker ROY TURNER
grocery stores averaged slightly Chairman. -TURNER, his wife
STATE ROD DEPARTMENT OK FLORIDA Attest: And to: All Unknown Spouses
lower than in September.At .
!SPECIAL! TRAFFIC HKCJI LATIONI George M. Moody, of said above named natural
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: 114. 5 per cent of its 1957- Clerk. Defendants.

That the State Road Board lit its meeting of November 18. 59 base, the October index r,.c, 1-g-2tc. And to: All Parties claiming Interests
1966 gave consideration to the requests relating to special traf- by, through under or
fic regulations and In each cane made a review of the traffic was up by 3.7 percent over a NOTICE OF !SALE against the above named nat-
Investigation report, along with the recommendations of the
; TO ALL PERSONS ural defendants to
at the locations described below: year ago. WHOMSO not known
EVER: be dead or alive.
RECOMMENDED iv TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OK You are hereby notified that And to: All Parties Having or
COUNTY ROAD LOCATION REGULATION FI.AOLKR COUNTY, FLORIII I have levied upon the Interestof Claiming to have any right.
Warnel! and Evelen Williams, title the
A.IV or Interest in and to
Section 73010-At Mid-block Pedestrian In
and to the
property hereinafter -
Chancery No. Ml8.LUCIUS following described property.
mid block of Actuated Traffic Con- described
and a sale will
Carter and Drain Control Signal EDWARD DANIELS. b'! held at the front door of the situate Florida In Flagler County,
Plaintiff to-wit:
Streets In Bun-
Flagler County Court House In
Flagler 5 nell VII. Bunnell Lot Two (2) of Block Fifty
On motion duly made and seconded the above traffic andspeed NAOMI IRENE DANIELS between the Florida hours of commencing 11 o'clock (50), In the Moody Subdivision -
regulations were determined to be reasonable and necessary Defendant In the forenoon and 2 o'clock of the Town of Flag-
upon the basis of the engineering and traffic Investigations NOTICE TO DEFEND In the afternoon of the 9th day ler Beach Flagler County,
and authority was therefore given for the establishmentof THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO": of December, A. D. 1966, of property Florida, according to the
same and the placing t marking and signs as NAOMI IRENE DANIELS levied upon by me and plat of said subdivision on
Indicated: also for the elimination of existing controls where 1422 Saratoga Street N. E. hereinafter described, under file In the office of the
this is indicated. Apartment 723 A Writ of Execution In my hands Clerk Circuit I Courtof
Washington, D. C. arerth
pursuant to that certain County, Florida I
You are hereby notified that a
CHAIRMAN Judgment entered In the Small in Plat Book 1. page 24.
:MAILED! TO Flagler Tribune, Bunnell suit has been filed against you Claims Court. Flagler
County You and Each of You are
in the above entitled and
December 2, 1966 12-8-ltc cause; Florida, the
on 7th day of November notified that a Petition for Declaratory -
you are hereby required to Ale
A. D. 1966. and
recorded Decree to determinethe
nFCEIPT EXPENDITURE*. AND IltLANCE FOR ALL your answer with the Clerk ofthis in Official Records Book 20. rights of the Plaintiffs un-
FUND OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS." Court and to serve a copy page 179, Public Records of der a warranty deed dated August - COUNTY FLORIDA FOIL Tin FISCAL YEAR ENDEU thereof upon the plaintiff orplaintiff's Flagler County Florida. 21 1961 and recorded in Of-
SEPTEMBER 30, 18W. and address attorney is whose name The property to be sold is the ficial Records Book 3. page 152
: property situate In andyou
Flagler has been filed against you
RECEII.ICuh County. Florida, to-wlt:
are hereby required to servea
Balance October 1, 1965........_..........._......_...... U28,84Uf UPCHURCH 000 Exchange A Bank UPCHURCH Boat No FL 02S1 U Water- answer to the
October 1, 1965 Building Bug 14' Plywood. 25 HP Even- 'emflny the Plaintiffs Attorney
k ''t'r.enlroalrtllo -..... .?.........:::::::::::::::::=: 7.: 501,585.72 St.later Augustine than December Floridanot rude Outboard 1958 No. 25920- James H. Tucker 302 tt

Transfers ..._..._........_......................................?__ A. D., 1966.If 31st. 13221 Motor with electric starter W. Moody Blvd. Bunnell.: Florida
Total Available ..._........_._......_....._.._....___ 830U8.68 fall to do decree all controls & gas tank one and file the original' In the
Vouchers Payable September 30, 1966......._....___. pro confesso you will be so.entered two wheel trailer. office of the Clerk of the Circuit
On the Interest of Warnel &
Court Flagler County. Floridaon
TOTAL, ......._..................._...._......._.............._.__.___.. $6 3 0,428.66 against manded In you the for bill the of complaint.relief de- Evenlen Williams In and to said or before the 37th day of
property will be offered
December. A. D.. 196: otherwisethe
The nature of said suit being sale and sold.
EXPENDITURES allegations of said Complaintwill
Expenditures for all purposes....._........_............._.._..... $414,313.95 DIVORCE The sal or to sales the will be at be taken as confessed.
Transfers ? ..._.............* .........._.._...... .. ...+... .* .. WITNESS my hand and seal public best bidder outcry for cash highest and In I* notice shall be publishedonce
Total Expenditures and Transfers..::..::...........:.......: 41{su.95 of said Court this 29th day of continue from day to and will each week for four consecutive -
Cash Balance September 30. 1966_...__....._..._._...___. 216114.71 November A. D. 1966. said property Is sold day until weeks In the Flagler Tri-
Investment Balance September 30, 1966...,.............._.. GEORGE M. MOODY. Writ of Execution and or said bune.
Judgment -
Clerk of said Circuit Dated this 18th day of No- ,
are satisfied.
TOTAL, ..._._.__...____._.._._.........._....___ $630,423.66 Court DATED this 14th day of November 1'erSI\. D.. 1166.
(Omclal Seal)
A. D. 1181.
GEORGE !f. MOODY, ./ Joyce Patrick Signed: P. A. EDMONSON II/ George M. Moody
Dlet Clerk Circuit Court
Clerk of Circuit Court Flagler Clerk Sheriff of Flagler County
Dee. 8, lie. County, Florida. D c. 1..15-U-Uo Nov. 17 24, Dec. 1.', 4tc Flagler No.,. County 24-rxc. 1.I.U4tCZTHE Florida.


---.- -- 3-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS. DEC. 8. 1966

r ,

:: 'GOLD1fYEARS'' I C 6 H 0 1 C E G. C.. Own "OVEN READY"


:1 "'- I Meat Loaf


-- -- -- --
You are coming up once where they could stared into 3 lb. Loaf $189
more to Christmas to the space and slept If they could
season of the tender heart.You while they waited out the
I are of the retirement age and night. ." wv
,j you feel more strongly than in Mr. Broadman checked with U. S. D. A. Choice "STANDING"
your youth a want to do some the hospital staff. He found this
thing meaningful for somebody. picture was about the same''
If this Is your dilemma andif every night. Then he went to RIB ROAST Ib. 79*
your heart grows tender a the manager of a nearby hotel-
pensioned engineer by the name second-class but adequate.
of W. M. Broadman has come Would the be
manager willing Lean Western (CENTER CUT)
up with an idea that might to take In say at 11 o'clock
launch you Into the New Year every night when customers
with your banners flying. who were coming had come and PORK CHOPS Ib. 63*
"The first thing I did," said there were still vacant rooms-
Mr. Broadman, "was to under- a few of these pitiful people In ,
stand two basic peculiarities of the hospital waiting room?And Lean WesternPORK i
I the retired One is that he
man. would he do it for cost?
gets his pension and Social I There followed a ominlo- r\t
I Security for keeps and thus can weeks of discussions, with Mr.: STEAKS Ib. 49*
afford to be different original Broadman finding mutual
even eccentric in his actions.The friends to appeal to the man-
other is that just maybe, in ager's good heart. The manager
his sixties he has more sense decided he'd do it. He set cost
about his fellowman than the which included laundry of linens Thrifty "SLICED"BREAKFAST Choice Meaty Beef
professionals who lay out his a bit of electricity and a bit
charity guidelines of overhead at $1.05 per night BACON SHORT RIBS
With these two points firmly for a double room. With a cot
In mind Mr. Broadman began for a child. 1 Ib. lb.
searching for a private do- "I agreed to pay for two Pkg. 4ge 4geLyke'
{good cause that would be
com- rooms per night for a period of
patible with his 66-year-old three months, for just under
'intelligence. He found it in the "
$200 Mr. Broadman said. I
"Sugar Creek" SMOKED ((6-8 lb. Avg.) SLICED FREE
waiting room of a local hospital."I told the hospital staff to pick
had been visiting a sick! the two most deserving families
friend and passed the waiting each night and send them to the <
room about 9 P.M.," he said hotel. Then I turned the whole PICNICS lb. 39
It was a room of misery. The thing over to my pastor in order
people there were mostly from to make it an official church
out in the state many of them project. I wasn't really looking
from farms. They had brought for personal glory. ."

a child, a father a sister Mr. Broadman never paid Ask G. C. For Meats Cut To Your Satisfaction
some loved one for a dan- even $100 on his commitment.The I Special
gerous illness or for an opera- congregation became so In-
tion that would be performedat terested in'the uniqueness of the
8 A.M.tomorrow. charity that it pledged funds to .
"They were crowded onto No. 300 CanANDK
take: over four rooms at the Van Camp's .
what sofas and chairs the hos-
hotel on a permanent basis, For $ g00 MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANTOur
pital could afford them. They with Mr. Broadman as directorFor BEANS 7 .
were ill at ease. All of them
looked worried. They were too Can COFFEE
Value No.2l2
the GOLDEN YEARS 34 peg. bocVl.t
poor or too unfamiliar with city .end SOc in coin (no tampi). to esp
ways to find a pillow to lay I I.. 1672 Grand Control StaNon, N<.. YoiV PEACHES 4 For 990 6
their w...'ds on. They Just sat N.Y.10011. Jar oz. 6ge

PAPER Ea. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Human blood comes SERVICE NEEDS TOWELS 29c

only from humans. Before
it can be used to save Any Combination 10 oz. 6-Pak Carton
a life It must be given. If shots already have COCA-COLA (Plus For DAIRY SPECIALDelite -
been fired this hunting season 3 9ge
you are in good health SPRITE-TAB Deposit)
as thousands of Florida's 1 lb. Solids
18 and 59
between contribute -
sportsmen took to the woods BLUE PLATE GRAPE JAM or JELLY
to your local and many more shots will be PEACH PRESERVES OLEO 2"". 350
Blood Bank. fired before the season's end. MATCH

With the large number of 18
$100 Pillsbury CANNEDBISCUITS 8 Can
sportsmen and others in Flor. 3 Jars oz.
ida's woodlands the chance of For
AlexanderLumber accidental fires Is greatly In 4 370FRESH
creased. Add this fact to the
CompanyFLAGLER frost killed vegetation and Blue PlateMAYONNAISE
dry conditions which presently -
BRANCH prevail in many areas of FROZEN FOODSQ -
the state find Florida's for-
ests subject to increased dan. Morton's
of wildfire. r'
SPECIALQuantity ger 390 PEACH or Ea.
From January 1 to Septem. APPLE 290
ber 30 of this year, the Florida Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Discount Paint Forest Service reported Handi-Pak 2 I b. Bag
4125 wildfires on protectedand Ea.
burning over 58,000 acres. FRENCH FRIES 290
SALESavings Each fire burned an averageof PRODUCE _
14 acres.According.

to 20% on to State ForesterC.
Exterior-Interior up H. Coulter at least one half U. S. No. 1POTATOES Pillsbury's (Plain or Self-Rising)

of these fires were caused by 10Blb490:
Masonry-Wood Paint carlessness. FLOUR

Let us assist you with our Outdoor sportsmen, hunters Golden RipeBANANAS

remodeling or home 'and others are urged by the lb. tOe 5 470
improvement service. Florida Forest Service to be Bag
I especially careful with tire in Juicy RedGRAPES
TO SAVE MONEY- the woods since natural fire "' Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
TRADE WITH JOHNNY hazards already exist and 190
just one little spark is all it
will take to set off a destruc.
tive wildfire.



H. CRAIG. Funeral Director (

JOHN CAPO. Manager aJ1jflPhone

t11 'IULffl1J?


8:00 a-m.-1:00 p.m.

201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Dec. 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12, 1966



Miss Linda Cody, December In A Regal Mold
bride elect, was guest of honor Egg jXog Reigns
it- at 'a Bridal Shower Wednesday

afternoon. Mrs. Sammy
Bertha and Mrs. Elbert Crews
were hostesses for the affairat

LOCALS the Bertha home in Bimini.A .

.,, pink and white motif was
used in the decorations. The

serving table overlaid with a
handsome lace cloth was cen-
Remly and Janice Murray LUBRATES: BIRTHDAY tered with an artistic arrange-

and children were in Hazel. ment of Wedding Bells. Also
hurst, Ga. last: weekend attending Jimmy Sue Tilton, daughter
featured on the table was a
tJt Mr. and Mrs. Sambo Tilton,
a get together of the large cake decorated with
lebrated her fifth birthday
Peede family. They were join dainty roses and wedding
ed by their daughter, Brenda ,nlversary Saturday, bells.
who is attending Berry College ti party at her home.A .
in Rome, Ga.I. Christmas theme was Miss Cody was the recipientof
used in the decorations and numerous lovely gifts.

I. Moody of Lake City ..ttr hments. Games were The hostesses served cake,
stopped in Bunnell Wednesday \splayed' by the young guests punch and coffee to the invited

for a brief visit with Mr. ttfl(1 prizes were awarded to guests.
'I Hawkins and FeliciaCFews.
and Mrs. M. B. Fuller. Mr. oYa :

Moody was enroute to Miamito MRS. ATKINSON ,\ .', .. '
attend a meeting for Florida Mt!$. Tilton served tradition. \
refreshments of cake and NAMED DRIVE CHAIRMANMrs. experiment with foods, theie's a
Power and Light Co. en It When a woman gets a yen
I h cream to Mary Kay BertNa. world of types, amounts and national varieties to draw upon.
Atkinson has from the Borden Kitchen
Harry Pudding
Tonya Hawkins, Felicia These Creamy Egg Nog
been named Chairman of the such creative combination-a light Bavarian
Connie Sheffield Lin- spring from just a
Lewis and Angela Wads. Crews, Daytona Beach Symphony Society base plus the modern convenience of canned egg nog and the fruitof
day Sheffield, Brenda Dodgen, such molds quick to make,they're regal
worth had as their guests membership drive in the season. Not only are
lee Cowart, Jill Tilton andSue's luncheon, with cookies
finale at a light
Saturday' Dr. and Mm. Jim Flagler County. -designed to reign as a
Jimmy grandmother, dessert at dinner.
for afternoon gathering, or as a
Beach. an
Clower of Daytona Mz'g. Florence Tilton of SanMateo. Mrs. Atkinson said "Season
Luncheon guests of the Wads. tickets are now available to Creamy Egg Nog PultIingl\loM.!
worths on Sunday were Mrs.H. residents of Fl'agler'' County (Makes six 3-otince stirrings)

D. Cook of Fernandina and J.$ LINDA CODY and may be obtained by calling 1 envelope ((1 tablespoon) 1/2 cup heavy cream,
Mr. Luke Clegg of Atlanta, 4373386." plain unflavored whipped
Ga. Mr. Clegg Is Dean of Admissions ttH LlMENTED gelatine 1 ((10-oz.) package frozen

at Emory University.Dale WITH COFFEE CHRISTMAS PARTY 1/4 cup water strawberry defrosted halves,
1.3/4 cups Borden's Canned

Mrs. A. B. Johnston enter. Idlewood Club membersand Egg Nog OR
and Rosemary Brown Dash ground nutmeg 1 cup fresh, sweetened
their husbands will con
tlitt'l" with a Coffee Saturday strawberriesrum
visited in Mount Dora Sat. 2 tablespoons rum, or
the home of Mr. and
Alttdng at her home honor. vene
urday with Mr. and Mrs. extractIn
Dale Brown, Sr. f ft Q Miss Linda Cody. Miss Mrs. Dale Brown, December the top of a double boiler, combine gelatine and water; let
CO iy'a marriage to Mr. Bill 16th. 'at 7:00: p. m. for their stand 5 minutes. Dissolve softened gelatine over hot water; cool.

Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Alford JtflJican' of Palatka will be aneVrtt annual Christmas Party. In a medium-size mixing bowl, combine egg nog, nutmeg, rum
There will be covered Chill mixture over ice water until
spent the weekend in Vero of December 17th. a and gelatine; blend well.
dish supper and a gift ex slightly thickened; stir constantly. Fold in whipped cream.Returnto
Beach and Cocoa. Mr. Alford Artistic arrangements ofyellow water. Chill until mixture again starts to thicken slightly;
attended a meeting of the and white chrysanthe- change. stir ice occasionally. Pour into lightly oiled 3-ounce molds. Refrigerate

Florida Inland Navigation l1rns and greenery were until Aim-about 2 hours. At serving time, turn puddingout
District in Vero Beach on Fri. placed; at vantage points in Forty attended the annual of molds. Garnish with strawberry sauce or berry slices.
day. They were the overnight talk Uvtng-dining rooms en- gathering of friends and families -

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lanny suite.jighteen. Thanksgiving Day at the

Alford Friday in Cocoa and invited guests en- Water Oak hunting camp.

returned home Saturday. j4fed the lovely affair with

tl\ honoree and hostess. | f ':
Buzzy McKnight, son of Mr. I sfeiiii :
and Mrs. J. H. McKnight of 'I'PLENT SHOW WINNERS r*
Flagler Beach has been ini ,
tiated into the Phi Theta skits\ Dances, Vocal Solos
Kappa, National Honor So. anti\ Duets and many other
ciety of Junior Colleges. Buz. tstjents were displayed at the Q

zy is ''a Sophomore at Daytona Fvt\1re Teachers Assn. TalentS EVERYBODY LOVES
Beach Junior College. The initiation !. IW Saturday night at Bun-
was conducted last nil High School.

Wednesday night in the DBJC dandy Abbott was first a El b1

Auditorium. p\/te\ winner with her per-

favttjance of a "Hula Dance". ;
Curtis and Naomi Rodgersand Catherine Stanish placed sec-

children, Jay and Lady, of'with a vocal entitled GUts ;
attended the E. J. Keefe Com "MQte", accompanied by

pany Open House Sunday in F"/ddle Fruits at the piano.

Lakeland.Mrs. Third place winner was Marl .

'I, Hugas who presented a
Nell Cartmlll and son, pajHomine "Hey Paula".
Jim, of Plant City, returned
Tfhe Future Teachers Assn.
home 'after visit
Saturday a
of America would like to ex-
here with her parents, Mr. and
to all
ptesg their appreciation
Mrs. A. B. Johnston.Mrs. .
Utcl3C who helped make the

sl1M success.
H. T. Cook of St. Aug. a
ustine and Mrs. Z. G. Holland
spent Tuesday in Orlando tr- and Mrs. Fred Fruits

visiting with Mrs. Molly and l son, Freddie, have returned

Spencer who is a patient at home from a weeks visitin

Orange Memorial Hospital.Mr. Noah Carolina.

and Mrs. Gary Cowartof Harry and Carol Atkinson
Bunnell announce the ar weto the dinner guests of Mr.

rival of a son born, Friday, and Mrs. Earl Phillips in
November 24th at 'a Deland Jacksonville J (Saturday. k
hospital. It's packed with everything from _t
\t, and Mrs. Louis Barrs ofLeesburg cookie recipes to holiday decorat
visited here Thursday ing ideas for your home. Get your c' a y..
and Friday of last week. free appliance copy at stores.electric 2.r z' ;

3 GAL. FOR $5.00

QUALITY PAINT Mr5. Lotta Wadsworth of .; Wonderful electric appliances say .
(Come In and .ce It made) Ila horne was a recent visitor MERRY CHRISTMAS in M many delightful

II. V. Yeoman., Ormond Beach here with Mr. and Mrs. They are modern,useful,and long-lasting.Easy selection ways._
Corner Hand "' "e. *: U. S. 1 W. t. Wadsworth. no size,pattern or color problems. Something nice at any price.

677.8020 9 a. m. till 5:30 Clip the handy 1IELP-LIST below and visit
your favorite electric
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Marshallof
appliance store.4mE .
Q'nancock, Va., arrived ,
Bookkeeping and Sunday for a visit with Mr. HANDY -ONE,STOP" GIFT LIST FOR FLAMELESS ELECTRIC GIVING

Income Tax ServiceR. anti Mrs. Raphael Sturman. xe q : Bed Coverings Deep Fat Fryer Shavers
Mr, Marshall flew back to fig a (Blankets/Sheets) Floor Polisher Shoe
T. ShockneyP. and will Blender .
O't\ltJCack\ Monday Food Mixer Skillets
O. Box 842 retbttt tot the holidays. Mrs. Bottle Broiler Warmer Fry Pans Steam Iron
Ormond Beach Florida Marshall will remain for a HairDryer Toaster
Opener .
Phone 677.4587 visit\ .aa '. e Carving Knife Heating Pad Tooth Brushes
... ;ka v ; Hedge Trimmer Waffle Baker
g e. Casseroles .
=ff i Ie.
.. Cream Freeze, .
- - - - - a gas t Clocks Warmlnl Tray
a Juice
Coffee Maker Extractor and for that very
4 a Knife Sharpener special gift

Fisherman's Inn r t Com Popper : lawn lamps Mower(POrtable) ALL-ELECTRIC KITCHEN

Meat Massage/Vibrator Grinder A
0 Radio/TVIHi-F1g
I Your Favorite Beer ai\ Snack Bar 'RotiueriuSandwich
, Grill

Oyster Roast Dec. 11, 1.25 per person r

II Open 7:30 a. m. Till ? Closed Monday :

Boat for Rent-Docking & GPhone 439-9211
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TOP Prices Good
resembled "HomecomingDay" FSC CLUB TALK
last Wednesday when Thurs., Fri., Sat.

old and new friends came to Russia"After and viewing Communist conditions dom-in VALUE SUPER MARKET and MondayDec.
the Christmas Bazaar. The
inated countries, I am gladto 8, 9, 10
club had been beautifully
be a n American and a and 12, 1966
decorated under the directionof
Mrs. E. P. Fleurle. Tables citizen of the U.S., said' Dave Phone 4373201U.
laden with knack knacks surprise Ferryman an executive with
packages homemade the Bunnell Timber Co., who
was guest speaker at the
goodies and handicraft arti
of S. 'Choice
Tuesday evening meeting
cles were displayed by ladiesof
the following church and the Flagler Senior Citizens
civic groups: First Baptist Club in the Municipal build.
Community Memorial Catholic ing Flagler Beach. CHUCK ROAST Lb. 49Lean

and Methodist Churchesand The contrast between life
the Flagler Beach Gar. in West Berlin where business .
den Club and the Woman's and industry are flour.
Club. The "snack lunch" Including ishing and life in Communist
the homemade vege dominated East Berlin where Western (Center Cut)
table soup by Mrs. Frank the streets are desolate and
Brede was enjoyed by many practically deserted is almost .
during the day and Santa's too great for description PORK CHOPS 79
visit with a treat for the Mr. Perryman said. He Lb.
the children was a hit Ways reported that he especially
and Means Chairman Mrs. V. enjoyed his stay in Sweden
W. Haines wishes to say to and would like to visit that
everyone who attended and country again. First CutPORK
helped in any way to makeIt ,
the success it was "Thanksa Also on the program were
Million." Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Bullard
who entertained with songs CHOPS 59

FLAGLER BEACHELEMENTARY accompanied by Mr. Bullardon
the guitar and :Mrs. Linda
SCHOOL Gale who sang and providedher
own accompaniment on
"It's beginning to look like the piano.

Christmas" around the Flag. There were 60 members and Lean Boneless U. Choice (Shoulder)
ler Beach Elementary School.
Bits of sparkle and color are guests present at the meeting.It ALL lb. lb.
being added in room after was announced that theClub's 690 ROAST 590
annual Christmas par.
room each day.
ty would be held on the next
Mrs. Audrey Waterman regular meeting night Dec. U. S. Choice U. S. Choice

cafeteria manager even 20. Each member is asked to FAMILY 'lb
brought a very attractive bring an inexpensive gift for CHUCK STEAK 590 STEAK 69World's
"Gingerbread house" to the grab bag.METHODIST.
school Monday. It was gaily
decorated with cookie shut. CHURCH Best Lean MeatyGROUND

ters and a candy chimney.The Ibs. lb.'
only trouble It was one NEWS BEEF 2 9ge SHORT RIBS 4ge

"art exhibit" that little fing This morning 9:30: a. m.;
ers couldn't resist touching. the Womans Society of Chris.
Consequently brick by brick tian Service will meet in the
(crumb by crumb) it disap Fellowship Hall for their Luzanne Gt. Size Flo CaneSUGAR
peared. Well anyway It was Christmas program. Mesdames INSTANT
real ingenious of Mrs. Water. Gladys Bergengrenand FABGt.
man to have made such a Reynold Hoover are hos COFFEE
cute house. tesses. Mrs. Frank Schwenkand
Miss Emily Gage are in 5 lb.
Mrs. Pamela Oliver from
Ormond Beach has joined the charge of the program. All 6 oz. BoxLimit 47- BagLimit 3?
staff as third grade teacher ladies are invited to attend. Jar 57'

according to W. E. Fennell Church School is at 9:45: a. 1 with $5.00 or 1 with $5.00 or
Jr., principal. Mrs. Oliver Is a m. and morning worship at (Or Your Choice) more food order more food order
graduate of Winthrop Collegein 11 o'clock with Rev. Reynold
Rock Hill S.C. and worked Hoover minister. Next Sun. Folger's (Reg. or Drip)
this past summer in Brevard day the Chapel and Chancel
N.C. in the Headstart Pro Choirs will render special Delmonte Hunt's 20 oz.
gram". Mr. Oliver is a studentat music. COFFEE (w. k.) 303 Can
Embry Riddle In Daytona Sunday evening December
Beach. We are happy to! have 18th there will be a Christmas CATSUP
Mrs. Oliver with us. Church program at 7:30p. : lb. CORNLimit
m. The Church School and Tin 47-
Friends of Jack Verity Chapel Choir will participatein Cans Btl.
would be pleased to know he the program and all memo 5 1 nD 29
celebrated his 86th birthday bers and friends are invitedto Limit 1 of your choice
awhile back and Is getting attend. "White Gifts" will with $5.00 or more food
along fine and would love to be placed around the Christmas order. (5) Please Limit (2) Please
hear from old friends. His address tree for the Mother Hunt
Is 3380 Ridgewood Ave., Christmas Home.
Montreal Canada Apt. 306.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Farm Fresh Produce Canada Dry (Asst. flavors)

Canned For $ g00

There will be a special Me. Rev. Max Hall's sermon
mortal Mass at St. Mary's topic for the morning worship BAG 490 Bush's ((300 can)
Church in Korona Sunday service will be "Bethle.
Dec. 11 'at 7:30: a.m. in mem hem and a Mustard Seed". Cello PORK & BEANS $100
ory of Edward Gorecki who The title of the evening service Head
was killed in an auto accident is "The Peace of Godlessness LETTUCE 1ge
Kraft (Salad Dressing)
Nov. 23. and The Peace of God".

Father Antonio Leon will Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Juicy Sweet MIRACLE WHIP 590
officiate according to Daniel Morning Worship 11:00: a. Doz.
Smigielski president of the ORANGES 3ge
Holy Name Society.All m.Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. O'sage ((2/z Can)
members of the Holy Wednesday Prayer Service PEACH Cns. $
Name Society and friends of 7:30: p. m. BAKERY ITEMS 4
Mr. Gorecki are invited to at. You are cordially invited to
tend. attend these services.SUSAN'S Everfresh 20 oz. 12 oz. (Mug Glass)


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MEDICAREQUESTIONS general tendency Is to

Identify a home in accord To Classify

andANSWERS ance with the material that
BY Russell Km
decorates outer walls. Such
the of the terms-
are origins
Gertrude Stein tells us that t
"brick homes" and wood "
"A rose Is a rose, is a rose, i
frame homes." These labels and Mr. Shakespeare contends

Q. How many days of post. can be misleading, the Southern that "A rose by any other

, hospital care In a skilled Pine Association says. name would smell as sweet." : h 9

nursing home will be covered f a .. r
Lumber that appears on exterior They are probably both
beginning next January.A. .
walls is siding, not right but that doesn't alter

Up to 100 days for each framing. The latter is the the fact that ever since the
spell of Illness. A spell of ill structural lumberconcealedafter beginning of written historythe

ness begins when an elderly construction which rose has represented the
.,,,. .
person enters a hospital or ex holds the home together. eptlme of perfection. Count .v life these
of marine are
SEA LIFE Getting a closeup
tended care facility under Homes with brick veneer on less individuals have' succumbed The
Sea Life Park Honolulu Hawaii. amaze
to near
medicare and ends when he exterior walls are actualy to its spell, yet no visitors of the most amusing
trained provide
has been out of a hospital or "wood frame" since the brick one can define precisely whatit ing porpoises
extended care facility for at surface is supported by a is that gives the mystic rose entertainment to be found anywhere.

least 60 days. The cost of the framework of wood 2x4s. its enchanting lure.I .

first 20 days is paid in full. BUDDY KNOX
Confusion as to terms to have just enjoyed the
For each day past 20, the patient .
obscure the importance of !the pleasure of reading "The
pays $5 a day toward YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER
of Roses" writ.
invisible structural lumber Magic World
the bill.
whose quality determines the ten by my friend, MatthewA. Bunnell Atlantic Service StationU.

security of the entire home R. Bassity. Rose lovers will
Q. Why do I have to go to a investment. The durability of find it the most complete and
hospital first in order to be surface materials depends on comprehensive,book ever pub. S. Highway 1 /tffv Day Phone 437-3652

admitted to a nursing home the strength and stability: of lished on the subject of roses Vg-$/ Night Ph. 437.3944
under medicare? My doctor the structural lumber. and it should be in every

says I shouldn't be left alone, flower lover's library.I REPAIR, REBUILD GENERATORS, STARTERSAND
but my daughter, with whomI
live, has to go to work and heart condition. Will medicare doubt if any modern author CARBURETORS

can't afford to pay a com start to pay for her care has ever given as much 24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service
panion for me. Why can't I go if she is still there January time and effort to research of
directly to a nursing home? 1, 1967? this subject as has Matt. He
tells us that the rose is as ,--
A. Medicare doe not pay for A. Yes, but only if she meets American as apple pie and
custodial care in a nursing the same conditions which bases his claim on the findingof
home. It pays for full-time apply to those who are hos an Imprint of a rose made Flagler County Insurance

skilled nursing care follow. pitalized January 1 and after. some forty million years ago
ing the acute phase of an ill. In her case, obviously, there on a slate deposit at Florissant
ness that required hospital will have been a hospital stayof Colorado which makesit Agency Inc.
zation. And you must be at least 3 days, but she as American as the eagle ,
transferred from the hospitalto must have been transferred to and qualifies it for the title
the nursing home for treat. the nursing home for continued of National Flower. All Forms of Insurance
ment of the ailment for
which you were hospitalized.Q. skilled nursing care with. But the rose goes much far. 105 North Bay Street -:. Phone 437.3171
in 14 days from the date of ther back in historical record.In .

her hospital discharge. And, nature there is no flower Bunnell, Florida 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTY
My mother has been in a of course, the nursing home more durable than the rose.
nursing home since November must qualify' as an extendedcare Paleobotanists have proved BONDS

5 following an operation for a facility under medicare. that the rose flourished on
earth long before man made
ftL'scptSlfgli l ;IlJImlWIImJIJU mmID 1I t
his appearance about 700,000
years ago. The earliest evidence -

the Eocene epoch, some sixty
million years ago. If ever
there was a Garden of Edenit
is reasonable to assume STANDARD
1 that the rose was its loveliest
Lifting under thin beading are 3 cent per word each Insertion.
Proof that the ubiquitousrose
LOSE WEIGHT safely with FOR SALE In Model Land was a familiar flower

Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only 98c Co. Subdivision, Flagler during the early civilizationsof

at Moody Pharmacy. 10-20-8tp Beach, Lots 7, 8, 9, Block 3, the Northern Hemisphere JIMMY
HOUSE Lots 7, 8, 9, 10, Block 4, Lots countries rests in the fact that SERVICE
frame house 200 North Railroad story 5, 6, Block 5, B. A. Ballon, P. the word rose is among the HARGETTFuel
O. Box 718, St. Augustine, Fla.
handful of Indo-European
street. after 7
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Dec. 181522.29 5tc.
p. m. Phone 4373580. 10-6-TF root words that are commonto

PAINTINGS Sale or Rent many languages.One 437.7172
FOR SALE-6'x8' Utility Trail. of the earliest writersto
rental fee
Average monthly ,
with sides 4 ft. Call the FOR FAST DELIVERY
er, high. $1.50-$2.50. Rental fee and describe the rose was

4373685. Inquire Dlxlana nominal deposit may be applied Greek poet Sappho who lived Corner Moody Boulevard and U. S. No. 1IT'S
Motel. Dec. six before
8-ltp. to purchase price after hundred years
3 months if desired. Christ. She wrote:
HOUSE FOR SALE-with 1.5 Monthly
acres Improved land, CB-2-BR, terms may be arranged. Ann "Would Jove appoint some
bath, built In kitchen. Located Creal, 300 ;S. Stone Street. flower to reign
In matchless
beauty on
five miles west of Bunnell 4373315. Dec. 1-8-15, 3tp
plain TOY TIME
off highway 100. Call DavidJ. FOR SALE-Lindsay Automatic The rose, all mankind will
Burnsed In Gainesville at
Water Softener, excellent agree,
3760619. Oct. 6, TF condition, reasonable. The rose the queen of flowers -ATBAKER'S5-

CARPET RUNNER-49 cents Phone 4392040. Dec. 8-2tp should be."

running foot. Full size While the book leads off
Sealy per Mattress and Box 4-Plece Sectional Living with a detailed history of the & 1 10
Room Set. Excellent condi ,
Springs, $35.00. Jerry's Furniture 'tion. rose it then turns to providingus
Call 439.2374 after 12:00:
with the latest authentic
and Appliances, Old Dixie
noon. Dec. 8-ltp
Highway, 2 miles South of Information on how to grow
Korona. Ph. 4373752. 12-8-ite SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain all varieties of roses in a -FEA TURING-

fields installed; Rota-Roter number of zones.Floridians .
GOOD MAN OVER 40 for snail shell. Reasonable prices. may grow roses

short trips surrounding Flag. Call George Jarosz, 437.3410 that can hold their own with TricyclesMurrayWagonsRadio
ler County. Man we want is 8-1-tf those grown anywhere. The
worth up to $16,500 in a year. information contained in the Line
Air mail S. M. Dickerson, REASONABLE CASH for furnished book, "The Magic World of

President, Southwestern Petroleum waterfront house or Roses" tells you, step by Fisher-Price
Corporation, 534 N. apartment house. W. A. step, how to proceed in the Toys

Main Street, Fort Worth, Moody, Rt. No.8, Box 187, development of a prize win.
Texas.. Dec. 8ltc. Asheville, N.C. 11.24.3tp ning rose garden. Games-All Kinds

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FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS. DEG 8, 1966 who has tried knows. There are a number of "pit.
- fall" which the gardener can
Since Spanish moss has a
YOU CAN CONTROL der certain adverse condi very high absorptive ability, fall into when trying to re BBE SS
MOSS tions," says Dr. A. H. Krez- a number of applications of move Spanish moss from his R P
SPANISH dorn, UP Fruit Crops chair toxic materials like copper trees. A
Spanish moss is a pest that man and horticulturist with andarsenic will kill it. Dr. Around the home, if one
creates the state's Agricultural Ex Krezdorn says the rates to apply
sometimes quite a uses copper, great care shouldbe
periment Stations.In
and the time of
problem for gardeners in year taken not to spray the cop.
Florida-especially when it the case of Spanish moss, very important This is because per on the house because it
the highly
becomes entangled in their he said, which does not feed trees are will ruin the guttering. If
to these two toxic
favorite fruit or shade tree. off the trees but gets its moisture susceptible. arsenic is used it will drift on TheFlagler
from the air, it is made agents.In to the grass. Pets eating the
"It's hard to keep trees clearof up of long strands of plant the case of deciduous grass might become sick or Tribune
the moss because like all material that attach them trees, always spray when the even die. Dr. Krezdorn saysto
other pests, it has features selves to the bark and are dif leaves are off and during a simply wash off the grass,
that enables it to persist un ficult to remove, as anyone dry period, Krezdorn said. using a garden hose. Prompt Servicei4QFF2


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P. O- Box 265 BUNNELL, FLORIDA Phone 43733677THE

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. g-THE FLACLER TRIBUNE THURS. DEC 8. 1966 flower girl.

Avery McCuiston of Chat.
i MARIE MONTANA, FIDE LIS.DORCAS CLASSES t tanooga, Tenn. served as best
. man. Ushers were George
I. T. ROBERTS CHRISTMAS PARTY Gregory and William Synderof

ARE WED There will be a turkey dinner Daytona Beach; Holbert
and all the trimmings at Hale, Jr., Decatur Ala; and
Helen Marie Montana andI. the annual Christmas partyof Kenneth Wayne Wilkerson of
T. Roberts were married In the Fidells Class and The Huntsvile, Ala.Following .
a quiet ceremony on Tuesday Dorcas Class of the First Bap the ceremony a
afternoon at the home of thebride's : \ '
tist Church, Dec. 16 at 7 p.m. reception was held at the
grandmother, Mrs. for members and their fam Bunnell Civic Center. Presiding
Lizzie Tucker. ilies. at the
\ serving tables was
The ceremony was perform. A Lottie Moon offering will Mrs. Allen Powers, Mrs. Ralph
ed by Justice of Peace L. L. be taken in place of a gift ex Powers, Jr., Mrs. W. F. Watkins -
Brannam Sr., In the presenceof change. and Mrs. K. C. Forson,
close friends and relatives. The turkey and drinks will all of Saint Augustine; Mrs.
I Following the ceremony a reception be furnished and members W. O. Hambley, Albany. Ga;
: was held. planning to attend are askedto and Mrs. Frank Peck of Stevenson .
The bride is the daughter ,bring a covered dish. Ala.
i of K. L. Tucker of Bunnell All members are urged to
and Annabell Webb of Daytona attend the social. Out of town guests attend.
' Beach. Mr. Roberts Is a ing the wedding were Mr. and
J resident of Ormond Beach. Mrs. R. L. Powers, Sr., Mrs. H.
The couple will reside In Or. C. Forson, Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
mond. BUNNELL GENERAL Watkins, Mr. and Mrs. K. C.
HOSPITAL Forson and children, Mr. and
i>itle f k Mrs. R. L. Powers, Jr., and
Admitted Harry Hipple, k 9 = m Nk son; Mr .and Mrs. Allen Powers
muudJ 4i$ Charlotte Lutton, Freddie Is. all of Saint Augustine;
bell, Bella Zahn, Christine Mr .and Mrs. William Person.
School News Donahue, Flagler Beach; Memphis, Tenn; Mrs. Blanche
Jeanette Bertha, Paul Stanish McQuaig, Merritt Island; Mr.
Willie Milton Bunnell. and Mrs. W. O.
TRI-HI-Y CLUB and Hambley and
Discharged Lorraine Wilson daughters, Albany, Ga; Mr.
Twenty three. memberswere Norma Stafford' J., C. and Mrs. Frank Peck, Steven.
present at 'a Tri-HI-Y Richardson, Bea Walters, Naomi son, Ala; and Mr. and Mrs.
meeting held on Nov. 17. Hosford, Abraham Olivia, James Dickinson Ala.
The Thanksgiving Basket was Harold Higginbotham, Fred. After a wedding trip to
discussed. Tri-H1-Y bracelets., die Isbell and Johnny Jones. MRS. DAVID ROLAND HAMBLEYMiss Tennessee and Alabama, the
pins and charms are available couple will be at home Dec.
to members. Polly Ann Forson of bouquet ol yellow sweetheartroses 4 at 2611 Yale Road, South
Pins will be bought for the FINESSE BRIDGE CLUB Bunnell and David Roland centered with philono- Daytona. The bride is a fourth
club's officers and seniors. Opal Craig entertained the Hambley of Deland were mar phis orchids. on her grandmothers 'grade teacher at Osceola
These will be paid for from Finesse Bridge ClUb Tuesday ried Thanksgiving Day at St. prayer book. Her School. Her husband is employed
the club treasury. We hope to evening at her home. High Stephens Church in Bunnell. Jewelry was a necklace of at General Electric.
make this an annual practice.FTA scorer for the evening was The beautiful candlelight matched pearls, a gift from
Bette Me Daniel. The group double ring ceremony was the bridegroom.Miss SHOWER: HONORS
CLUB will meet Monday, December performed by Fr. Antonio
12th at 8 p. m. at the homeof Leon. Mrs. Claude Barrow was Sandra Hambley, De. BRIDE ELECT'
An FTA meeting was heldon Mrs. Me Daniel. land, sister of the bridegroom,
Nov. 10. A twenty-five dol. organist.The was maid of honor. She worea Mrs. R. W. Deen, Jr. entertained
lar profit was made on the bride is the daughterof floor length empire gown of with a Bridal luncheon
car wash that was held on ATTEND MILLENIUM Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Forsonof gold peau de sole fashioned recently, honoring her niece,
Nov. 12. The public's supportis Among those from Bunnell Bunnell. Mr. Hambley Is with an A line. Her flowers Miss Linda Cody. The affair
greatly appreciated. who attended th Polish Mil the son of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. were cascade of gold carnations was held at the Tropics In
Proceeds from all of our lenium at the Cathedral in Hambley, Deland. Daytona Beach. The tables
projects will go toward the St. Augustine were Mrs. Paul were decorated with yellow
Carol Townsend, Reporter Stanish, Catherine Stanish, The bride given in mar Bridesmaids were Miss and white seasonable flowers
Mrs. Mamie Wolski, Mrs. riage by her father, wore a Elizabeth Allen, Bunnell; Miss featuring a bridal motif.
GIRL CAGERS PLAY FRIDAY Stanley Smigielski, Mr. and silk peau de sole empire Carla Doughter, Merritt The honoree was given a
Bunnell High School Girls Mrs. Richard Palczewski and gown with A line skirt and a Island; Mrs. Carol Lynn Jordan gift of silver in her chosen
basketball team will play the son Richard. Mr. and Mrs. coat with chapel train. Her Tampa. Their gowns were pattern, by the hostess, as a
Florida School for the Deafof Palczewski were attired in veil, elbow length was at. the same design as the maidof memento of the occasion
St Augustine, Friday at 7 'the traditional Polish costumes tached to a crown of seed honors in deep olive green. Eighteen invited guests enJoyed .
p.m. In the school gym. for the affair. pearls. She carried a cascade Marlyn Kay Watkins was the delightful affair.

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