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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
December 15, 1966
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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( marcgt )
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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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Bunnell Water Softening Systeq .


The first important changes in water treatmentfor

the City of Bunnell since 1927 are about completed.

The Several months ago Bunnell City Commission decided

Flagler TribuneVOL. that it is practical and feasible to treat the town's poor

quality water. If construction continues to go well, a

modern water softening process will be in operation

early next month.

54 NO. 50 BUNNELL. FLORIDA THURSDAY DECEMBER 15, 1966 $2.50 A YEAR Most progressive cities have save perhaps $15,000. Cost of

water of good quality and the plant Is expected to be not
. CHRISTMAS ISSUE Bunnell citizens in a referendum more than $60,000. Dawkins
LightingWill election agreed with & Associates, Orlando consulting .
Would YouBELIEVE NEXT WEEK their City Commission that engineers, have been in

Be Judged The December 22nd Issue of they also will have good water charge of plant design and
the Flagler Tribune will be to attract industry and supervision. of construction.

EveThe the Christmas issue. Anyone business. Moreover, the new Work remaining includes
It Happened in Flagler Wednesday wishing to have a Christmas water plant will be of eco some electrical work, paint.

County 10 20. 40 years ago Greeting adv in this issue of nomic benefit to everyone, ing and minor Jobs, to be fol.
? Outdoor Christmas the paper may come by the and provide iron free soft lowed by "shakedown" operations .
Lighting Contest will be judged
Tribune Office and make their water. to familiarize City
on Wednesday night, December
selection by Tuesday noon. Mayor C. B. Eisenbach says sonnel with maintenance and
10 YEARS AGO 21, Commander Floyd .
that the City Commission decided operation of the new plant.
Hurl said today. All those
Mrs. H. H. Murray entertained wishing to enter the contest BULLDOGS UPSET that the plant construction Most Bunnell citizens 'are
the eighth grade stu could largely be done by looking forward to completion
must turn in their entries by
dents of BHS at a dancing Monday night, Dec. 19. LOPEZ GREENIESThe local people. By using City of the plant, and water
party Tuesday evening at 'the Bunnell Bulldogs rack1 employees and subcontracting that contains no iron, no odor
Civic Center. The contest is sponsored by ed their fourth victory of some parts of the Job, the and little hardness. The ben
Mrs. Murray was presentedwith the Flagler Post of the Amer. the season Tuesday night City Commission expects to efits are expected to far ex
cake and ican will ceed the increased costs.
a birthday a Legion. Three prizes dropping the Lopez Greenies
gift for her birthday by the be offered in the residential 5048. By overwhelming vote the

class. division and one will be given BEACH RESIDENT citizens voted to Increase their
The WMU of the Flagler for the best business dis The Bulldogs broke open a minimum monthly water bill
Beach Baptist Church held play. The contest Is for anyone close basketball game, which DIES IN TAMPAJames from the present $3.00 to I
the Annie Armstrong Seasonof living in the Bunnellarea. they led all the way, with a $4.00 to bring the softening
Prayer last week. Nightly halt time score of 2721. W. Lowe, 53, passed plant into reality. The new
meetings were held at the away Sunday, December 11th method selected for the treat.
homes of Mr. and Mrs. Rus To enter the contest fill in With the score tied up 48.48 in the Florida Tuberculosis ment of Bunnell's water is a
sell Bass, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley the following form and returnto and twenty seconds remaining Hospital in Tampa ,after a modified lime-soda process.
Springer( Mr. and Mrs. the office of the Flagler in the fourth quarter, Dan long illness.Mr. The lightly acid nature of
Clarence Weaver and Mr. and Tribune, or mail to Tribune, Cody scored the winning two the well water allows the
Box 38 Bunnell. Lowe had been resident
Mrs. Arthur Babbitt. points making it 5048. a hardness-causing minerals to
Jack Knight led the Bull. of Flagler Beach for the
Name occur in solution as bicarbo-
past 'twelve moving ....
years .
20 YEARS AGO dogs with 15 points. Darrell nates. Lime is added to make
Location Britt added 13, Walton Cowart there from Daytona Beach. He the water alkaline and, in ''an I
Talk-O'-Teens. 12, Ray Krutz 6 and Dan Cody was a former employee of Le- alkaline water, the blcarbo-! _
Residence ..... high Portland Cement Co.
At the Saturday night Tal 4 points. nates are converted to carbon.

ent Show Lawrence West and Business ........................................ Friday night the Bulldogs He is survived by 3 sons, ates. Carbonates are relatively
Mary Reynolds received quitean defeated Crescent City 5139. Airman 2/c Jimmy, Mac Dill insoluble and are precipitatedout ,
Other hits of
Air and removed, thus removing
Friday night the Bulldogs Force Base, Tampa; Edward
the show were "I am a big QUINTON EMERY, travel to Pierson to battle of Lakeland; Bobby of hardness to 'the limits of

girl now", by little Johnnie FLYNN EDMONSON with Taylor High. The girls Lakeland; two daughters, Mrs. carbonate solubility which is
Durrance; a reading by Dede Bonnie about 70 parts per. million
varsity team plays at 7 p. m. DeLong, Daytona
Reynolds; White Christmas"by RECEIVE DEGREES and the Bulldogs game be. Beach and Linda Lowe, Bunnell water now has about
Mildred Carter, Ann Muzy- 300 million hard.
gins at 8:15: p. m. Gainesville. parts per
ka, Howard Johnson and Bud. Quinton Emery and Flynn ness.
dy Chambers; "The OldLamplighter" Edmonson were candidatesto Saturday night in Callahanthe Funeral services will be at

by Betty Berry; receive fellowship degrees Bulldogs were upset by 2:00 p. m. at the First Bap- ployed The particular makes use process of a sand em
a waltz exhibition by Patsy from the Daytona Beach Junior the Callahan cagers with a tlst Church of Flagler Beach which the
French and Tommy Durranceand College Friday. They will close score of 4947. with Rev. Max Hall officiat catalyst bonate Is upon deposited. This

a jitterbug dance by Car. be eligible to participate In ing. The body will lie in state ification allows much smaller
oline Hosford and Ray Mc. the formal graduation ceremonies SENIOR GIRLS TAKE from 10:00 a. m. until the settling units, and the resulting .
in the
Dougall. service.
solid material removed
Margaret Muzyka was our Quinton is the son of Mr. HOMEMAKING Pallbearers will be Paul presents no problem in its
M. C. and Myrna Rodgers was and Mrs. Harold Emery of EXAMINATIONSSenior Gurley, Grady Prather, Ken. disposal. The settling process
In charge of the music. Espanola. Flynn is the son of neth Whitney Shelton Barb. does not remove all the precipitated .
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Edmonsonof Class girls at Bun. er, Elbert Tucker annd Scott carbonate, so the
Bunnell.G. nell High School were among Crews. water is filtered through sand
40 YEARS AGO the more than 500,000
for complete removal of suspended
Dear Santa Claus: throughout the nation who matter. The treatment
homemaking test
I want a moving picture units were fabricated to some
machine and a car and a SERVICE SUNDAYThe Tuesday, December 6th. AVAILABLE IN NEW extend at the factory and
Ringling Circus and a bicycle The program is sponsoredby were shipped ready for set.
and a pool table. Girls Auxiliary Coronation General Mills, Inc. In HOUSING PROJECT ting on concrete pads and con.
: Jim Camp will be Sunday, Dec. search of the 1967 Betty Spokesman for the Flagler necting the piping. The wateris
18th at 7:30 the First Crocker Homemaker of To.
p. m. at County Housing Authoritysaid pumped from the wells
Dear Santa Claus: Baptist Church of Bunnell, morrow. today they have about through the treatment units
I am a little boy 8 years according to Mrs. John Clegg, One of these may go to 14 bedroom apartments for and is discharged into the existing
old. Please bring me a B-B president. Mrs. L. H. Church, earn a $5000 college scholar. the elderly which will be ground storage tanks.
gun, moving picture machine, director is in charge of the ship from the $110,000 scholarships available around December There, It is pumped, using
toy train and a toy tractor.I. program. available. National the existing pumping station,
I. Moody runnner-up will receive $4000, 21.The to the existing elevated tank
The crowning of the queens, $3000 and $2000 scholarships units are available on
Jamesine Wimberly, Janet respectively. State winners the basis of first preference for for distribution. Thus, max.
BUNNELL GENERAL the veteran and second to Imum use is to be made of
Scott and Elaine Murray will will be awarded $1500 grants ,
HOSPITAL REPORT be conducted during a can with $500 awards going to the the elderly. Those will haveto existing facilities for mini.
overall cost of construe-
be rented this basis. mum
dlelight service. Karen Allen, state Their on
Admissions Dalton Arn tlon.A new plant building for
More information will be
Carol Hardin and Dot Tucker schools will be presented sets
old, John Bertha, Frank Ben. housing the chemical feed
will service as crown bear. of Encyclopaedia Britannica. available at the Housing
nett, Raymond Monroe, MaryJo equipment and lime storage
ers. Local winners will be Authority office on Bacher St.
Seale, Julia Lovelace, Mary presented has been constructed. 1967is
Martell, Jack McCabe, Ernest Special guest participatingin specially designed to be Bunnell's soft water
the will be Miss silver charms and will have AMERICAN LEGION
Long, J. C. Richardson, Mar ceremony year.
garet Gilyard, Bunnell; Cecil Ruth Bagwell, State Girls their tests entered in state YULE PARTYThe

Thacker, Elsie Martin, Kay Auxiliary Director, Jackson competition. ASSESSOR ATTENDS MEET
Swayze, Bella Zahn, Flagler ville. Mrs. G. M. Keene, WMU FISHING IS GOOD annual Christmas
Beach; Paul Proctor, DeLand; President of the Halifax Association AT FLAGLER BEACH PIER party of the American Legion Tax Assessor Don Moore
Ruth Evans, Ormond Beach Daytona Beach, will Want to go fishing? Now is Post 115 will be Monday, December was in Tallahassee last week
and Harry Brughart, Delray also attend.A a good time to test your ability 19 at 7 p. m. at the attending a statewide semi.

Beach. reception will follow in as an Angler The Bunnell Civic Center. nar for county tax assessors.
Dismissed Jeanette Bertha the Educational Building and whiting are really biting at Santa will be there to greet Tax administrators from
Virginia Wyndham, Joyce the public is invited. Flagler Beach Pier, accordingto the Legionnaires, their families throughout the state attendedthe
Reynolds, Charlotte Sloan, pier manager Cecil West. and invited guests. JohnA. four day meet.
John Campbell, Gamer Sand. brook. They are large in size, Clegg is in charge of the The lecture series examined
ers, Vernon Raymond, Willie KORNY PUNS ranging from IVi to 214 lbs. program. these topics: concept of value,
Milton, Paul Proctor, Jack Abbott SMART BOY Execellent catches have Those planning to attendare replacement cost as a measureof
Harry Brughart, Mary Jo Mother: "How would you been reported for the past asked to bring a covered value analysis of market
Seale, Dalton Arnold and like your castor oil?" four days, Mr. Westbrooksaid. dish and a gift for the gift transactions, and Income as
Julia Lovelace. Billy: "On a fork!" exchange. a measure of value.p .


Education In
Park Council

ffiljp IFtanUr Srlbunr Flagler CountyBY United States Navy Ensign Flagler Post of the American
of Mr. and
Jack C. Wilson, son Legion will sponsor a

DUNNELL, FLORIDA. Vetoes Bulow Coy G. Harris, Jr. Mrs. E. Walt Wilson of Arte- special benefit turkey shoot

sla Park North AlA, Is servo Sunday afternoon near the

LEN WILSON Publisher ing presently as a pilot witha in Korona. Proceeds -
Park RequestThe Carver High School's adult Sea- White Eagle
unit of the U. S. Navy of the benefit will go

Designated newspaper for all education program is in its wolf armed helicopters in relief fund.

Legal Advertising Advisory Council for highest gear, according to Vietnam. to a special

Bulow Ruins met at the park Superintendent of Education Ensign Wilson's unit Is bas The public is invited to par

Entered as second class matter pavilion on December 7 with ed at Vinn Long in the central ticipate in the Shoot.IN .

February 6, 1913, at the post- park officials. Present were Coy G. Harris Jr., but there Mekong Delta as a part of the

office at Bunnell Florida, under District Supervisor Lee Car are vacancies yet to be filled. Navy's Operation Game War '
Act of March 3, 1876. penter, Superintendent Fran den designed to prevent Viet THE THE B\KVTII CIRCUIT JUDICIAL

cis Greer Ranger Bundy and Principal Leroy Hunter reports Cong movement of men and (IHCtUT, IN AND FOil FLAG..

One Year ......................$::1.30 council members, Mrs. Curtis Adults are enrolled in supplies along the delta wat I,Kit CHANCERY.COUNTY FLORIDA.IN No. B127.

Six Month ..._..........-.41.23 Deen, Nicholas Lenssen, JohnA. several different types of erways.As ATLAS SUBSIDIARIES OF

Clegg and Mrs. Charles E. classes which include Indus a Navy Seawolf, Ensign FLORIDA, INC., a Florida corporation -

ENJOY OLD Creal, chairman.A trial Education high school Wilson Is a member of a new Plaintiff,

and elementary courses. High group with a unique Job. Nev- FRED DAVis and ELIZA

MAN' WINTER motion was passed by school classes include social served as crews on helicoptersused DAVIS, his wife.

the council refusing to endorse studies, English current af as gunships in combat.IN DefendantsNOTICE OF ALE.
is aroundth
Christmas just
the 1967.69 Legislative
fairs, business education and NOTICE IS HEREBY
corner, and if you wonder Budget Request, until such that on the 28th of December -
mathematics. These subjectsare TilE 'JRC'IT COURT. !'EVRNTH 1966. at 11:00 o'clock A. M,
why so much of your shop. time as more detailed information remedial in nature or can JI'UIC"IAL CIRCUIT, IN at the main door of the Court-
ping and last minute errands could be obtained on ANI FOR THH COUNTY OFKLAGLER house of Flagler County, Bun-
be used to obtain a regular OF FLORIDA
Florida the Honorable
must be done in blustery and nell
both the budget
proposed high school diploma. (Last IN CHANCERY. (}(torge M. Moody, Clerk of the
weather, don't forget that old present expenditure accord. No. 5413 Circuit Court of Flagler County,
year two adults received their In Re Adoption of for sale to
winter on the chairman. : Florida will offer
man appears ing to Creal
high school diplomas at com- DELORIS JUANDA SHEPARD the highest and best bidder for
scene officially Just three days information on plansfor the following
Specific ByMSAR cash, at public outcry, -
mencement exercises.) Elementary -
before Christmas December restoration and interpretation : AH M described property of the
offeredfor ,
courses are Defendants
22. Since we cannot all escapeto which were to be covered : WILLIE SHEPARD The Northeasterly half of
those whose education has
happier climes, even if we by the present $25,000 Address Unknown Lots 11 and 12 of Block 93
been interrupted in this area. the Bunnell according
so desired, now is the time 'to appropriation was demandedby OSSIE BELLE GREENE SHEPARD of :nprt thereof recorded

check again on preparationsfor the advisory council.It Industrial Education is being Address Unknown In Plat Public Book Records 1, page ofFlagler
2. of the
living comfortably throughthe offered to both adults and YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED County, Florida, including
shrot bleak days that lie was noted that only a that a Petition for the Adop- all improvements
special senior high school stu female, minor
tion of the Negro thereon
and appertenances
small had been
ahead. portion JUANDA SHEP-
dents. Course is designed to child DELORIS attached thereto.
leased and that any remain- information in ARD, was filed In the above together with all structures and
How is the family car? The ing after the biennial wouldbe give helpful cause on the 16th day SARAH of November M.- improvements, then or thereafter -
areas that will enable themto A. D. 19&e. by said land
tires should be in good shape, lost to the park and revertto make correct decisions and OILLYARD. and you are hereby In This on is made pursuant to Fin

chains should be carried, an the General Fund. This is commanded to be and appear or al Decree of Foreclosure entered -
Court on
use proper Judgment in per the above-named In the above cause Chancery
tifreeze should be checked of the appropriation the 24th day of December -
a part before Docket No. 5327, now pendingIn
forming special jobs. Emphasis
along with windshield wip secured for state parks in this 1966 to show cause Petition, tf any for the Circuit Court of and for
is on specifications of materials there be, why the Flagler County, Florida.IN .
ers, lights, heater, etc. county by William L. Wads. Adoption should not be granted WITNESWHEREOF, I
how to make plans
; of No-
DATED this 16th day
worth at the last legislative have hereunto set my hand and
Leaving the car for a mo and carry through with them; vember.GEORGE 1968. official seal this 13th day of December -
session Mrs. Creal continued. M.
ment, next on the list shouldbe practical thinking; and use of Clerk of the Circuit Court. 1968
Main item of the proposed (Seal) George
the fuel supply protectionof tools, machines and materialsof (Court Seal) Clerk of the;:' Circuit
budget was $75,000 for widen By /s/ Joyce
house plumbing against industry. of the Court
ing 'and paving of the entrance Deputy Court By Joyce Patrick

freezing and checking of road. It was pointedout Classes are held on Monday Circuit NovT 24-Dec. l-8-15-4tc Orville Johnson Deputy Clerk.III
furnaces flues and chimneys.
that much work and re- Tuesday and Thursday rmctiT COIRT !'EVENTH of the law office of
Haven't all heard the
we search had been done by the nights. Principal Hunter says JI'UIf'IAI. fl lit I!IT. IN Joseph M. Murasko
chilling sound of a siren in AND FOR FLACiLER: COIN-: P. O. Box 225
advisory council to secure a anyone desiring additional information Fern Park Florida
the middle of 'a bitter winter TY
right of way easement from should contact him. No. 3N2: HIV. AORMOND Attorney for Plaintiff 12-15-lte

night? Lehigh Portland Cement Co. There is room for three timesas NATIONAL BEACH BANK. FIRST _

After all the preparationshave when they were owners as many as are enrolled at Plaintiff, NOTICE OF 1I'IT
been made we may well as cooperation of the the present time. ROBERT BERTHA ENTII JtDICIAI.: CIRCUIT

look forward to winter as a county for road work. Defendant IN AND FOR FLAGLER CO-
time of from the
The Park Board did not follow
chores and exhausting fun of TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Orel,.iRATORY DECREE.
this up and therefore, do WHEN THE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN GILBERT A. KRIER and
summer. of that pursuant to a. Final Decreeof AMELIA GILBERT KRIER.
not have any right way on SPIRIT DIES Foreclosure entered In the a/k/a AMELIA GILBERT

There is nothing like the which to construct the proposed above styled cause which Is Plaintiff,
road. Park officials were Historians tell of great Chancery No. 5382 pending In VI.
security of a warm fire and the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial JOHN RANDOLPH TURNER,
perhaps a little popcorn on a not able to explain how this Indian Chief who resided with Circuit. In and for Flag- Individually and as Executor
was to be accomplished with his tribe in the Wallowa ler County Florida on the 13th of the Last Will and Testament -
cold dark evening, when old
day of December 1166 and, for of Roland Turner,
man winter is howling the $75,000. The entrance road mountains in nortreast Ore the purpose of satisfying said et al,

around the eaves of your has been a major problem for gon. He was leader of the Nez decree I will sell at public out- Defendants.
crv for cash In hand to the IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF
house. You may as well re years, but the best opportunity Perce Indians and was knownas hlKhest/ bidder at the front door FLORIDA, TO THE DE-

lax with a good book and enJoy for solving it 'at no cost to Chief Joseph. As the white of the'. Bunnell Flagler Florida County betweenthe Courthouse JOHN FENDANTS RANDOLPH: TURNER.

it. For most of us, summer the park has been allowed to men moved Into his beloved hours of 11'00 clock a m., Individually and as Executorof

is some thousands of slip by. land, he resisted their encroachment and 2:00:( ( o'clock p. m, on the the Last Will and Testa-
28th day of December, 1966 the ment of Roland Turner,
miles away-somewhere to with 'a skill anda following described rxrcnnal BESSIE DUGGINS TURNER, his
the South where whirling The other primary concern stubbornness born of desperation property In Flagler County, Florida wife
has been preservation and to wit: FANNIE JOHNSON TURNER,
snowflakes brush the that gained him the Tractor Model
never One Farmall a/k/a FANNY JOHNSON
of the ruins .
palms and silver beaches waterproofing admiration of friends and foe F-560 Diesel Serial No. TURNER
This to have been S5564 Engine No. 40512
was accomplished ROSA MELSON MURDOCK
with winter's mantle. alike. He was finally placedon Equipped with: Adlustable -MURDOCK,
with part of the present a reservation where he wide front axle, 38" rear her husband
$25,000 capital outlay. tires, Two Point fast hitch ELSIE HOLT
died in 1904.
two additional valves T. A. -HOLT, her husband
WORST CATASTROPHE Park officials reported they T. P. T. O. 12 GPM Pump, de- HAZEL DAVIS

felt bids of $9,000 $12,000 Of late there has been some luxe seat, one set rear wheel --DAVIS, her husband

Hurricane Betsy which ravaged were too high and were considering question whether he actuallydied weights WITNESS: my hand as the FRANCES DAVIS,

Florida Mississippi and work by park per in 1904 or at some later Clerk of said Circuit Court of ELLEN-BEARDON DAVIS her husband

Louisiana in September 1 65, sonnel. They were unable, date. To one historian the Flagler the Seal County of the said Florida Court, and at -BEARDON,

was history's costliest Insur- however at the meeting to question is irrelevant because Bunnell. Flagler County. Flor- her husband

ance catastrophe, accordingto technical ida, thla the 13th day of December DORA WHITE
answer questions Chief "From the time
Joseph A. n.. 1966.GEORGE. -WHITE, her husband
the Insurance Information regarding: release of the funds he was incarcerated and M. MOODY. JACK TURNER

Institute. It inflicted $715 million under those circumstances. not permitted to return to (Seal) Clerk, Circuit Court. ROY-TURNER TURNER, his wife

in insured property loss. Wallowa after the defeat of Bys/ Julia R. Harvey -TURNER, his wife

es, more than doubling the the Nez Perces the U. S. Deputy Clerk And to: All Unknown Spouses
Subscribe to The Flagler by HAYMOND. WILSON KARL and of said above named natural
previous record loss of $350 Army he was Just existing CONWAYAttorneys Defendants
million in the San Francisco Tribune his spirit had The for Plaintiff And to: All Parties claiming interests -
in Advance gone. 501 North Grandvlew Avenue by, through, under or
earthquake and fire of 1906. $2.50 per year great man we tell of in his- Post Office Box 5725 against the above named nat-

tory had died." In short when Daytona Beach, Florida. ural defendants not known to
12-15-ltc be dead or alive.
Chief Joseph was deprived of And to: All Parties Having or

BUDDY KNOX his freedom he no longer de- IN FLAGLER TILE CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT FLOR.OF Claiming to have any right.

sired to live. IDA. title or Interest in and to the

IV Chancery No. 5118.LUCIUS following described property,
The artificial security of Plaintiff Florida, to-wit:
Bunnell Atlantic Service StationU. the reservation, where he was VII. Lot Two (2) of Block Fifty
NAOMI IRENE DANIELS, (50). in the Moody Subdivision
guaranteed three meals a Defendant of the Town of Flag-

day was no substitute for NOTICE TO DEFEND ler Beach, Flagler County,
S. Highway 1 tflj Day Phone 437-3652 freedom. Is there not a lessonin THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Florida according to the
NAOMI IRENE DANIELS plat of said subdivision on
V._ ) Night Ph. 437-3944 the story of Chief Josephfor 1422 Saratoga Street. N. E. file In the office of the

all of us? We place a high Apartment 72S A Clerk of the Circuit Court
STARTERS Washington, D. C. of Flagler County. Florida
REPAIR. REBUILD GENERATORS, value on material security You are hereby notified that a In Plat Book I, page 24.

AND CARBURETORS so high that we are permitting In suit the has above been entitled filed against cause: you and You and Each of You, are
notified that Petition for Dec-
ourselves to be enmeshedin
you are hereby required to file
laratory Decree to determinethe
24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service an intricate web of restrictions your answer with the Clerk of rights of the Plaintiffs UDder -
this Court. and to serve a copy a warranty deed dated Au"1 ,-
taxes and welfare
thereof upon the plaintiff or 19(1 and recorded in Of
programs that one day may plaintiff's attorney, whose name 1 ''alit Book 3. page 152.
and address Is: has been filed and
make up all Inmates of a vast FRANK D. UPCHURCH against you
you are hereby required to serve
reservation. Can our spirit accept UPCHURCH & UPCHURCH a copy of your answer to the
600 Exchange Bank Building Petition on the Plaintiffs Attorney
BROWN & BROWN INC. incarceration 'any more St. Augustine, Florida James H. Tucker 302 tt
than that of the Indian Chief not later than December Slit. W. Moody Blvd. Bunnell, Florida -
A. D., 19611.
who' could not live without and file the theoffice
It you fall to do to, decree of the Clerk 1It'hac
freedom? pro confeiso will be entered Court Flagler County Floridaon
I INSURANCEOUR agalnlt' you for the relief demanded or before the 27th day of
In the bill
of complaint. December A. D. 1988: otherwise
The nature
? for suit being the allegations of said Complaintwill
be taken as confessed
O. F. ALFORD DIVORCE Thin notice shall be publishedonce
PHONE NUMBER IS of said court this29th seal each week for four consecutive -
day of
November 01. D 19(8 weeks in the Flagler TrJDUnt. -

Real Estate Broker Clerk GEORGE of said M. MOODY Circuit Dated this Hth day of NoGeorge -
437-3394 Court vember, A. D., 1916.
(Official Seal (Seal)
BmuielL Florida ) /1/
Bys/ Joyce Patrick M. Moody
!0A6. Deputy Cleric Circuit Court
Dec. Flagler County Florida.
l-1-15-U-He Nov. 24-Dec. 1I1S4U2Tl1E

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TRIBUNE THURS. DEC. 15. 1966 ,

Christmas Seals _

k!). MANAGER; Came from Denmark W"_. ; : ::::' : ....
:! .' '
Jnt Slightly newer than the -i't'i..l
"ij99P'MAT'THGw card is the Christmas !
Christmas ,
ITEM: If you leave your ; -'J : :.".. 1 1to
home unoccupied for a few seal. ,'iitti: ,
I 2IS13And "
seal 'c ,
Christmas was
The ;
weeks or months during thawin- _. '
ter or have a vacation homo -a. .. _-. originated by a postal clerk, ': .
'that Isn't used during the cold when they were departed Einar Holboell, who orderedthe ,>
behold the angel of the first Christmas seals printed r\\7
months, be sure to have the
tot Lord appeareth. to Joseph in and sold at regular post officesIn
water drained from pipes a dream, saying, Arise, and Denmark. While stamping .ij ,/ ,
avoid freezing. take the child and his : ..
t young letters and Christmas cards in \ ;." / .. ;
mother and flee into Egyp'and 1903 in the post office in a 's i'Q
R :
The electric dish- r : C,
ITEM: there '
be thou until I bring Copenhagen, the idea occurredto :: : .
I washer is fast becoming stan- thee word:for Herod willee.'c him. Why not have a special '<'! ,
'dard equipment in new kitchens the young child to destroy him. stamp printed for the many
I and is a best seller among individually When he arose, he took the tuberculosis sufferers who need
sold appliances. young child and his mother by hospital treatment? The first
About' units will be and into
1,400,000 night departed Egypt year more than four million
sold before 1966 is over. that it might be fulfilled which stamps were sold, yieldingsome
I was spoken of the Lord by the 18,000 dollars.
ITEM: Pork shoulder steaksare prophet, saying, Out of Egypt The movement for adoptingthe
Just as easy to prepare as have I called my son. stamp in the United States
pork chops and they're likelyto was greatly strengthened
have a lower price tag. You through the efforts of Miss
can braise pork shoulder steaks t Emily Bissell of Willmlngton, 4W4.Wftv.
would pork chopsin Delaware. She designed the
Just as you have a variety of
barbecue sauce, sour cream, first Christmas seal herself. It AIR anKreVts. Modern youngsters of
tomato Juice, orange juice or CANDLELIGHTExcept had a half wreath of holly anda hobbles Many achieve their own conquest

bouillon.'J ... for Santa Claus and cross, with "Merry Christ pace with model airplanes.
\ the tree,nothing seems so brightat mas"in the center and "Happy
.% ITEM: Flowering plant Christmastime as cheerful New Year"at the bottom.

Christmas gifts this year can be candlelight More and more in +3
I'almost as varied as Spring every land, simple candles and

choices, thanks to progress exquisitely designed candles CAROLS AND CAROLING
decorate windows and tables
made by professional growersin
for Christmas and New Year
producing many delightful festivities. Caroling was a popular
year-round varieties. To supple- pastime in England,whereit
ment traditional poInsettias,you Is said to have come: In
can choose from azaleas, Christmas common use after the Norman .
begonias and Christmas PLANT HOLLY Conquest. Various re-

cacti, kalanchoes, bromeliads, Holly can be in Ji !ious carols: composed: in
grown any
African violets, and the delightful sunny spot. Although a slow other lands were sung, and
cyclamen. growing tree, a Holly will produce Fng'ishncn;!! : produced some
ample Christmas trim in i;f our most beloved carols,
a few years. Holly likes well incluling "Hart. The Herald -
drained soils and should nee Angels: : Sm?" and "Joy
Christmas Clean Up be planted closer than 15 feet To The World."
from a house. On Christmas eve, country -
Cleaning up after opening carol singers: spent half
Christmas packages can: be the night' tra .'ping the'! ices
quite a chore. Before it's time bound ways and frosty
for opening packages, have USE TREE woodlands now and then
handy a couple large shop Erect the tree in the backyardafter striking: up their old melodies N
ping bags. Find a good size Christmas and convert it which sang of the heavenly '

cardboard: box. You'll havea Into a bird feeder.Pieces of suet, birth and earth's sub- YULETIDE OPERA Among television highlights of
place for scraps of paper, popcorn, peanut butter, and all stantial comforts: and joys the Christmas season Is presentation of Clan Carlo Menotti
a place for ribbons and trim other morsels of food are tied with impartial mixture. A Yuletide "Amahl and the Night Visitors."Singers in the
you want to keep, and a fine hearty welcome greeted!; opera
to the outer branches. Do keep classic presentation of the two past holiday seasons include
carton: for throw the houses and farmsteads -
them at
boves. away !span of water nearby for birds sat left to right Kurt Yaghjian as Amahl, Martha King as the
nust have water as well as food. whose occupants mother, and John McCollum, Richard Cross and Willis Patterson -
In Impatient anticipation.
as the Three Kings.

Vanity Fair PRIVACY on

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ping needs. (Special hours) 7:00 p. m.
SETS: From 15.00
tL.? 9:00 p. m., Thursday, December 15)

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BY Russell Kay fCwINC


Over the years our free enterprise
Q. Will the hospital insurance system, coupled with ATS

part of medicare pay for th energy, faith and courageof $109 Each

care in a any nursing home? American merchandisers,
has provided this country
A. No, medicare hospital in. with better food, better mer ((21A.2 lb. Avg.)

surance pays for care in qualified chandise and better serviceat
: extended care facilities lower cost than anywhereelse

only. Coverage does not be. in the world. U. S. D. A. Choice
gin until January 1, 1967. Those who thoughtlesslyblame

In order to receive this retail merchants for SIRLOIN
ex. rising prices have little or no STEAKS Ib.BEEF 98
tended care service must
have been in a hospital for at knowledge of the problems of OR TBONEWestern .
our merchandisers, and are
least 3 days and transferredby
now glibly trying to tell these
doctor !to extend.
your an
merchants how to run their Select
ed care facility for further
business.We .
treatment of the same condition in !Florida are familiar
you were in the hospitalfor. LIVER Ib. 49'Ib.
This transfer must be with Webb City, the world's
most unusual drug store, in
made within 14 after
St. Petersburg. The book includes
discharge from the hOSe
your Webb's in its of
pital and the extended care America's foremost 'retail story institutions Small Meaty Western (IDEAL FOR BAR.B.Q)

facility must be one participating and the people who

in the medicare pro. made them great. It pointsout
gram.Q. SPARE RIBS 59'Lyke's
that Webb operates on a .
profit margin of one to two

per cent a year. You can't go
I am very dissatisfiedwith much lower than that and
the amount allowed on stay in business. Similar low "Sugar Creek" SLICED Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SLAB
my recent medical insurance profit margins are revealed in
claim under medicarewhatcan other large nationwide mer BOLOGNA59C SMOKED BACON
I do about it? chandising operations.

While Webb does not give lb.
A. Write to the organizationwhich 1 lb. !! 5ge
trading stamps or use so call.
handled the claim and Pkg.
ed gimmicks, he does drive Sliced Free
tell them why you disagree
competlters nuts with pro.
with' the amount allowed. If
motion stunts such as postingall
you are still not satisfied you competitors' ads and an Lean Western "BOSTON BUTT"PORK
may complete a form at your
nouncing he will allow 10
nearest social security office cent discount on all advertised per
requesting a hearing. The prices. On another occa ROAST lb. 49
such medical In.
hearing on a
sion Webb sold 2,000 one dol.
surance claim is held by the
lar bills at 95c each offeringto
organization handling the
repurchase them for mer
claim and not the social
security administration.Q. chandise each. in his store at $1.35 I PLEASE ORDER YOUR CHRISTMAS TURKEYS EARLY I

Our irate housewives who

picket our chain stores might
I receive a monthly social pause to consider merchandising
security check and I am covered in iron curtain countrieslike Red & WhiteBREAD ((4.20 oz. Loaves 95c)

by the complete medicare Russia where the govern. 14 EVERCANE
program. Would it be ment controls and operates re 5 Loaves 950
possible for me to drop my tail establishments. Compared

coverage to the medical In. with the income of the Va Qt. Bottle 6 Pak Carton (Plus Deposit) SUGAR
surance part of medicare, thatis average citizens, prices are
part "B" now or anytime double or triple what we pay DIET-RITE COLA Ea. 3ge lb.
I wish in the future? and on top of that merchan 5 Bag 39C

dise is shoddy and always in
A. No, it is not possible for Our Value Qt. Jar
you to drop your medical insurance short supply. SALAD Ea. 1 with $5.00 or more food order
coverage under med. If the day ever comes in DRESSING 37cLimit
this country where we turn
icare anytime wish. However
the operation of marketing in
you may drop it by giving this Sun Fresh 46 oz. Can
to the
country over
a written notice to the Social
I' Security Administration bureaucrats and reg. ORANGE JUICE Ea. Zge Joe Crai 's Grade "A"
\ ulated operations we will pay
during a general enrollment
many times what we do now LARGE
period. The next such general and taxpayers will foot the ((1)) can Penny Dog
enrollment period will zegin
bill for inefficiency, waste and of
Food with purchase EGGS
October 1, 1967 and extend to .
December 31, 1967. pillage.A ((2) 1 lb. Cans Gold
billion dollars is a lot of
money and would( buy a lot of Seal Dog Food @ 29c 2 Dozen 99$
groceries. Maybe if we did a
little checking on the billions

AlexanderLumber and billions our government MAXWELL HOUSE
throws down the drain each

CompanyFLAGLER year we might find the an FROZEN FOODS -
swer to better prices and bet. COFFEEIib.
ter living at home.
BRANCH Clark's CHOPPED Pkg. of Five 4 oz.


Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Handy Pak 2 lb. Bag
Marine Captain Angus S.
Discount Paint Reynolds, son of Mr. Angus S. FRENCH FRIES Ea. 29C
Reynolds Sr. of 202 DaytonaAve. FRESH -

J SALESavings ., Flagler Beach, is serving
with the Second Battalion,
Ninth Marine Regiment, 4 lb.

up to 20% on Third Marine Division, Viet. BAG APPLES Ea. 4ge BAKE RITE

Exterior Interkr nam.
The battalion is engaged in SHORTENINGCABBAGE
Masonry-Wood Paint search and destroy missions Fresh Green

against the enemy and a de. "".
Let us assist you with our termined effort to win the % 15 5 3 lb. 490

remodeling or home people to the side of the legit.

service. imate government of South Crisp HeadLETTUCE
Vietnam.To for Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
TO SAVE MONEY- achieve their objectivesthe % Zge

TRADE WITH JOHNNY Marines take part in operations
designed to find and

eliminate the enemy.



H. CRAIG. Funeral Director

JOHN CAPO. Manager Mill


Phone ID 7-3532 OPEN SUNDAYS u.s. No. 1 BUNNELL
8:00 a-m.-1:00 p.m.

201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL, FLORIDA Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Dec. 15, 16, 17, 18 and 19, 1966


FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS. DEC. 15, 1966 CHRISTMAS PROGRAM ROYAL NEIGHBORS mary emphysema secondary and to bronchitis emphysema


MEETING WEDNESDAY was more deaths in which it is
Mrs. T. O. Durrance
: elected Oracle of the Royal listed as a contributing fac
I JfaqEer3each Program "Christmas" presented
It is estimated that not
by Mrs. Cordell Robert. Neighbors Monday night. The tor.
home of less than 10 per cent of mid-
son, was a highlight of the meeting was at the
and elderly Americans
Woman's Society of Christian Mrs. Herbert Allen and Mrs. die-aged
Service meeting Wednesdayat Durrance was co-hostess. Mrs. are probably affected. In
the First Methodist Churchof Otis Magee, presided.
the ensuing only to heart diseases as a
WEDDINGMrs. ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Bunnell. Mrs. Robertsonwas Elected to serve "
assisted by Mrs. Oliver year with Mrs. Durrancewere disabler of man.
Lura P. Owens of Sally and Nancy DzIoba, Taylor, Mrs. Lloyd Robertson, Mrs. Otis Magee, Past The report showed that
Jacksonville and Mr. Robert sisters attending different Mrs. A. G. Bradley, Mrs. Les. Oracle; Mrs. John Kendall, chronic respiratory diseasesare
John Wallace of Flagler universities, have both been lie Tucker, and Mrs. Gordon Vice Oracle; Mrs. G. J. Hos- most prevalent and rising
Beach and Toronto, Canada, chosen for national honorary Buckles. ford, Chancellor; Mrs. Allen, faster among white males and
were united in marriage, Sun. scholastic societies. They are The meeting was conductedby Recorder; Mae Keifer, Receiver at the lowest level among
day, Dec. 11. The ceremonywas the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Leslie Tucker, president ; Mrs. Lizzie Tucker, Marshall white females, adding "the
performed at the First Peter Dzioba of Ormond Mrs. W. W. Deen and ; Mrs. F. H. Howell, Assist exact causes of these diseasesare
Methodist Church of Flagler Beach and grandaughters of Mrs. Rosely Cameron were ant Marshall; Mrs. C. A. Rid- being intensively investi
Beach at 2:30: p.m. with Rev. Mrs. Tony Bradac of Flagler hostesses.A dell, Inter Sentinel; Mrs. Florence gated. The underlying reason
Reynold Hoover officiating.The Beach and former students at Norcross, Outer Sentinel; for sex and age differencesalso
bride was given in Flagler Beach Elementary. book study "Keepers of Mrs. Lillard White. Mrs. Hen- is being studied."
marriage by her son-in-law, Sally, a Florida State seniorin the Poor" will be held Janua- ry Wells and Mrs. Magee,
Charles Stokes of Neptune education interning in the uary 8th from 7:30 til 9:30: p. Managers.The The very young child is
Beach. .Her only attendantwas third grade In Volusia County m. at the church. newly elected officers only slightly affected (main
Mrs. Miriam Nichols of schools, was selected by Alpha Eighteen attended the will be installed at the Jan. ly by bronchitis without men.
meeting.REV. tion of emphysema), the report
Cocoa. Delta Chapter of Kappa 23 meeting at the home of
Rev. Lester Stanton, Flag. Delta Pi, National Honorary Mrs. Durrance. said; then/ the death rate
ler Beach was best man. Society in Education. Following a gift exchangethe drops farther for the older
Serving as ushers were Fred Nancy, a University of Flor hostesses served ice cream child and young adult. The
Marks and Al Jenkinson of ida sophomore psychology OLIVER TAYLOR and cake to ten members at rate rises sharply with Increased .
Flagler Beach. major has been pledged to SELECTED FOR MINISTEROF tending. age beginning at 45.
The ceremony was follow. Alpha Lambda Delta, nation. THE YEAR AWARD In past years many cases
ed by a reception the Wallace al honorary scholastic organization Reverend Oliver F. Taylor, of emphysema were diagnosed -
home "The Southwlnd" for women. A Phi Mu pastor of the Bunnell Metho Emphysema Is as heart failure or asthma,
on S, Flagler Ave. Pledge, Nancy is also "little dist Church, has been select. the report said. Another con
After a honeymoon to Nassau sister of the Golden Lion", ed by the Flagler Soil and Fast Growing tributing factor "to the alarm.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Phi Gamma chapter of Alpha Water Conservation District's ing rise in deaths may be /the

will make their home at Epsilon Pi fraternity.C. Board of Supervisors as a can Cause of DeathsEmphysema.bronchltis increasing air pollution of Industrialized -
Flagler Beach and 1601 Seminole didate for the Rural Ministerof society and cigarette -

Rd., in Jacksonville. B. Hull is a medical pa. the Year Award. (em- smoking. Medical sciencehas
tient at Flagler Hospital in fl-SEE-mah) is the fastest- found no cure for emphysema -
FIRST BAPTIST St. Augustine. The Rural Minister of the rising cause of death in Florida but if it is diagnosed
Year Award is sponsored by and the United States, the early enough it can often ,be
CHURCH NEWS the Progressive Farmer magazine Board of Health says. 'arrested. There has been con

Rev. Max Hall's sermon WINTER VISITOR and the Church and. In the last decade, the death siderable advance in easingthe
topic for the morning worship Community Workshop at Emory rate for it has increased three patient's discomfort."
DIED DECEMBER 10 University with S & WCD
service will be "He Came Too fold across the country whilein
Supervisors and others actingas Florida the increase has
Amandus N. Bloom, 89,
nominators.The .
been 3.5 the result of
Sunday school, 9:45 morn largely
; passed 'away in a Williams- TROOPER BILL SAtS
ing worship, 11:00: ; evening port, Pa. hospital December10th ministers nominatedfor the large influx of people in
worship, 7:30; Wednesday after a brief illness. this award are rated on the older age groups. REHEWYOURDRIVER'S
prayer service, 7:30.: Mr. Bloom, a winter visitorat their community activitiesand The board said mortality LICENSE
especially their interestin figures do not tell the whole '
Flagler Beach for the past mm YOUR
and work with' rural however "for
YULE LUNCHEON AT 15 years, is the father of Mrs. peo story, because BIRTH MONTH ,
death attributed
pIe. to
every pri
Harmon Wingrove, Indialantic -
WOMANS CLUBA Florida, formerly of Flag. ---

Christmas Party for members ler Beach, and brother in law
of the Flagler Womans of Mrs. Harry Hippie of Flag.

Club will be Wed., Dec. 21 at ler Beach.
12:30: p.m. at the club house Survivors include three ,
on Central Ave., according to daughters, Mrs. Wingrove;
\, Mrs. Jeanette Byers and Mrs.
Mrs. H. G. Heydt, program \
chairman. Raymond Miller of Williams-

I There will be a covered port, Pa; and two sons, Paul
dish luncheon and a gift ex. of Williamsport and Harlanof
I change. Special music will be Binghamton, New York.

provided by Mrs. R. K. Hirst,
music chairman. FLAGLER BEACH
Hostesses for the affair are FIRE DEPARTMENT
Mrs. Hirst and Mrs. Tom Hoi- WELCOMES SANTA
I The Flagler Beach Fire De.
partment will play host at
I FLAGLER BEACH the arrival of Santa Claus on UU T .% \ 1 j

Thursday, December 22 at 7 ,f
I, GARDEN CLUB NEWS p. m. He is scheduled to ar :
: 2 : i
The Flagler Beach Garden rive on the fire engine at the L = :#
Club had their meeting last Flagler Beach Civic Center. ,
week at the home of Mrs. :Santa will have treats for ; I
IOE :=:=====::=: -
Walter Meshey with Mrs. Har all children present at his ar j9 rDQ

vey Turcott as hostess. The rival. s ,
president, Mrs. Otis Magee,
club members and hus SPEAKING CONTESTIS DOQ f fH IJ J
bands will have their annual ANNOUNCEDIt

Christmas party Thursday, has just been announcedby I t
Dec. 15 at 6:30 p.m. at the the Contest Committee of !
Flagler Beach recreation cen the State Association of Soil
ter. It will be a ham dinner and Water Conservation Dis ,
and each member attendingis trict Supervisors that the sub. I
asked to bring a covered ject of the Soil and Water .
dish and a gift. Conseravtion speech for 1967is H I t1.hANclul V Vi :
Judging for the Christmas : "Why Must the Urban
,i lighting contest will be Dec. Population be involved in my i
i 22 at 7:30 p.m. Soil and Water Conservation i i I
There will be a workshopDec. District Program." i I
22 at 9:30: a.m. at the The speaking contest, spon
home of Mrs. Frank Brede, to sored locally by the FlaglerS I J oDDODDOD :\ \

finish trays for the hospital. & WCD, is open to any boyor I \ r rI ;
girl regularly enrolled in
I the 7th through the 12th \
grades. J
CHURCH NEWS Not wanting to leave any. I\ I : I

one out, the district supervisors I
Church school is at 9:45: have also added some. \ I II
a.m. and morning worship at thing for elementary students I. .:
11.00 with Rev. Reynold Hoover this year a "Jingle Contest". I Not for Florida{ '
minister. Rules and lists of prizes (
Next Sunday evening at have been turned over to f
7:30 there will be an all Bunnell High School Principal 'A \
J church Christmas program Herring for the speak. million Floridians have discovered a comrort.Ac:1eanerb3ppierorcheaIth.1 1

with carols, drama, special ing and conservation jingle safer, cleaner, easier, cheaper,fomeless ful home for your family this winter :
numbers by the choirs and contests. way to heat (and cool) their homes... next spring, next '
next fall See
Church School children.
Bring Electric REVERSE.CYClE air electric
cOD41tJoa1 your air
r. conditioning 1
your gift for the Mother Hunt I I contractor
Chlldrens Home, this can be MRS. WEST WINS One small,compact unit heats in winter, or appliance dealer todayl I

canned food, soap, jello, toys, PORTABLE TV SET cools in summer.Costs so little more than
etc. Please wrap In white straight cooling, the heating feature is

paper. Mrs. Marie West made a I almost like getting a house heater free. THERE'S NO MATCH FOR
The Men's Club is sponsor. lucky purchase last week No fumes ELAMELESS
soot odors.
No fuss, muss, ELECTRIC.4n1E .-
ing a paper drive. Please tie when she obtained a cartonof
bother. Just dial 'round CHEAPER.
in bundles and leave at the Pepsi, Mrs. Melba Brannam year automatic tool

church or call 4392289. said today. The carton contained t
The Methodist Youth Fellowship a coupon for the pur FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY :
will not meet next chaser to receive a portable t HELPING BUILD FLORIDA
Sunday or on Christmas. television set. 1-


ChurchOliver FRYMAN DIES

Robert Lee Bozeman, 67, of
Ormond Beach and father of
( F. Taylor Pastor) Mrs. Frances Fryman of Bun.
Quantity Rights
THE TIME FOR CHRISTMASThe nell, died at the Halifax Hospital .
busiest time of the yearis on December 7. lie wasa WE GIVE MET T S Reserved
the Christmas Season. retired plastering contrac ***
There Is more 'activity at this tor. Prices Good
time of year than any other. A native of Isabella, Georgia TOP
Grocery stores sell more and he moved to Ormond in Thurs., Fri., Sat.
fancier food. Departmentstores 1923. He was a member of the VALUE SUPER MARKET and MondayDec.

sell more items. Our Alliance Community Churchof 15, 16, 17
Post Offices are filled with a Ormond, and Plasterers
deluge of Christmas cards Local No. 593. and 19, 1966
and packages. More peopleare He is survived by his wife, Phone 437-3201
concerned with being with Dorothy K; 4 sons, Rev. RobertG.
loved ones on Christmas than Bozeman, South Daytona,
any other day in the year. Too Richard F. with the Army In
many people are so exhaustedby Alaska, James A., of Toccoa. Florida Grade "A" Limit ((4) PleaseLb.
the activities of the sea Falls, Georgia, and Rev.
son they forget the reason Thomas Bozeman, a mission.
why we celebrate Christmas.At ary in New Guinea; 5 daughters <
the time of the birth of Mrs. Nancy Allard and FRYERS Whole 25
Jesus there was also a lot of Mrs. Louise Lanier, both of
activity because Caesar Aug. Daytona Beach, Mrs. Shirley
ustue had issed a decree that Cochran of Ormond Beach, Armour Star (Young)
everyone must return to the Mrs. Frances Fryman of Bun.
place of their birth to be en nell, and Mrs. Polly Bowmanof
rolled upon the tax roll. Let West Africa. Also survivingare
us not become so involved in two brothers, 2 sisters, HEN TURKEYS tL 43
the activity of Christmas that and 26 grandchildren.
we fall to worship the Christon Funeral services were held
the day of his birth. Let Friday In Ormond Beach and Lyke's (Sugar Creek)
our hearts be glad that once interment was in the Shady
again the time Is upon us. Rest Cemetery.

"And while they were there, Lb.Sliced .
the time came for her to be MURRAYS HOSTS TO SLAB BACON 59
delivered." Matthew 2:16.:


CHRISTMAS PARTY and Mrs. Harry Murraywere
hosts at a Christmas Best Lean MeatyGROUND
NEXT TUESDAY dinner party Sunday, Dec. 11, '"'. ,lb.
2 9ge 5ge
Members of the Flagler at their home on Deen Road,
Senior Citizens Club will meet Bunnell, for members, and
next Tuesday evening, December their husbands, of Mrs. Mur U. S. ChoiceCHUCK Lean JuicyPORK

20, in the clubroom in the ray's Alathean Sunday School .
Municipal building, Flagler Class at First Baptist Church. STEAK 590 STEAKS 590
Beach, for their Christmas Mrs. Murray is the class
party. teacher. Present for the dinner Lean Boneless U. S. Choice (Boneless)

Chairman Lynn Clary said and for the gift exchange afterward ALL 'lb. .
that each member had been were Mrs. Lily Creal, MEAT STEW 690 ROUND STEAK 990
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Creal,
asked to bring an inexpensive
Mrs. Neva Eisenbach, Mrs.
present for the grab bag
Mabel Mrs. Ettie Hun.
which will be the feature of ter, Mrs. Stella Layton, Mrs. Meaty (Pork) U. S. ChoiceS
the program for the evening. Katherine Mentzer, Mrs. Elizabeth NECK $.x(00 SIRLOINSTEAKS
will be music and
There also Tucker, and Mr. and 5 lbs.................... Ib................. 9ge
group Mrs. Henry Wells. Additional
Club's usual potluck guests for dinner were the RIB $ '00 T-BONE

supper will start at 6 o'clock. Murray's son, Remley, and TIPS 4 lbs....................... 1 STEAKS lb.................,.....$109Kraft
their granddaughter, Elaine.

MEET (All Purpose) Gold Medal (Plain or S. R.)

District Drive Director, Barney O FLOUR K47'
Roth, of the Florida Foundation OIL49'I

for the Blind addressed Pinette members met at the
the Bunnell Lions Club at home of Mrs. Marshall Crews Limit (1) with purchase of $5.00 Limit (1) with purchase of $5.00
their Monday luncheon meet for their regular dinner meet- or more food order or more food order
ing. Roth gave an informativetalk Ing Wednesday evening. A
the Florida Eye Bank
on covered dish supper was served
wills. Maxwell HouseCOFFEE Kraft Vent-Vu
eye preceedlng the business
Lion Don Jordan announced
that Rev. Oliver Taylor, meeting. 47
pastor of the First Methodist POTATOES :,47'
Church of Bunnell had been Gordon and Janet Shields
Limit ( with of
(1) purchase $5.00
nominated as the Rural Minister entertanied with a dinner
of the Year by the Flag. party at their home on East or more food order Limit (1) Please

ler SWCD. Moody Blvd. Saturday eve

John Seay was elected as ning. Enjoying the affair with Red or Yellow ((46 oz.) Pillsbury (White, Choc., Yellow)
editor of the Lions Newsletter. the hosts were Tom and
Howard Lerch was welcomed Anita Lenssen, Louis and Joy HAWAIIAN CAKE
as a new member. Steflik, Tom and Fran Hum.
Lion Homer Zimmerle an phries of Daytona Beach and 3 for 89
nounced a float will be entered Jane Stone of Ashville, N. C. MIXES 3 for T

In the Orange Bowl pa. Limit (3);) PleasePUNCH
Special guests of the Lions Joy Steflik attended the
secretaries Founders Banquet of the Alpha .
were Joyce Patrick, Julia Harvey Omicron Pi Sorority in Farm Fresh Produce BAKERY
Celia Lord, Sue Burnsed and Daytona Beach Thursday.
Cheryl Skolar. 4 Lb. Everfresh (Big 20 oz.)

of Charles Mr. and(Jeep Mrs.)Charles Worley,Wor son BAG APPLES 490 BREAD 4 for 950

wuuJJ dt ;lt. ley of Bunnell, is serving with lb.
the Seabees in Vietnam. His BANANAS fOe Reg. SizeBREAD

Schoolv'ews address is Charles T. Worley, 5 for 950
CP 7958113 A Company, ORANGES 250
USNMCB Five, EPO San FranCisco -
Oven GoldFRUIT
An F.T.A. meeting was held DAIRY
on Thursday, Dec. 8. A nice CAKE 3> 990
profit was made on the talent The many friends of Paul Table Ready Ring
show and we thank all who Stanish will regret to learn SOLID b
helped to make it a success. he is a patient in the Bunnell OLEO 2 Pkg. 290 FROZEN FOODS -
Members met on Mon., Dec. General Hospital where he is
12 at the home of Mrs. Bay. receiving medical treatment.He Kraft (16 Slices) Big Scoop
less to make corsages for the suffered a heart attack American Pkr. 1/' Gal.
women members of the BHS recently and Is reported to be CHEESE 590 ICE MILK 490Bu..nell

faculty. Cigars were given to resting comfortably at press

the men. These were presented time. Monday his son in law r """' ''''n''=m.a''n''n mnr''U'D,,,,,,mnf ,,,,,,,,,,,,,nDI""",,,,,I'lmm{IIg nr"nfnmrllill8llYi:
as Christmas gifts from and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
members of the Future David Burnsed of Gainesville 100 FREE
Teachers Club. visited with him. 50 FREE 50 FREE

Carol Townsend, Reporter

In a Christmas greeting With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of
received from Sara Rodgers in
Bookkeeping and Korea, she reports she plansto $1.50 worth Christmas 52.00 worth Cosmetics or (2) Pan Ready Cutup
Income Tax Service spend the holidays in Hong Candies and Nuts Dental Supplies Fryers
SHOCKNEYRealty Kong and Tokyo sightseeing.Sara Void After
Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon
& Accounting teaches in the Seoul.
Ormond Bftoch Florida American School in Seoul, Ko December 18, 1966 December 18, 1966 December 18, 1966

P. O. Box 842 Ph 677-4587 rea.


Hospital Officials -

Jod Bless Us-Everyone! Will Be NamedFor CLASSIFIED a

jw\, .,,:. New YearThe ADS

Bunnell General Hospital Llmtlmg under $SL. fce.dt arc 3 ce.ta per w.r* ..ek buertiea.HOUSE .
Inc., beginning with
FOR SALE-2 story FOR SALE in Model Land
the ensuing year, January
frame house, 200 North Railroad Co. Sub-division, Flagler
1967, will appoint a 7-mem- street. Inquire after 7 Beach, Lots 7, 8, 9, Block 3,
ber Board of Directors, and a p. m. Phone 4373580. 10-6-TF Lots 7, 8, 9, 10, Block 4, Lots
Hospital Attorney, Dr. JohnM. 5, 6, Block 5, B. A. Ballon, P.
LdI Canakaris said today. HOUSE FOR SALE-with 1.5 O. Box 718, St. Augustine, Fla.
acres improved land, CB-2-BR, Dec. 1-8-15-22-29 5tc.
The Board of Directors duties bath, built in kitchen. Located
and responsibilities will five miles west of Bunnelloff FOR SALE-Lindsay Automatic .
be to organize and managethe highway 100. Call DavidJ. Water Softener, excel.
business practices of the Burnsed In Gainesville at lent condition, reasonable.
hospital, including Personneland 3760619. Oct. 6, TF Phone 4392040. Dec. 8.2tp
Medical Staff appoint
: veE ments, he continued.The HOUSE 'FOR SALE-Bunnell, SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain
fields Installed Rota-Roter
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, living ;
director's primary function snail shell. Reasonable prices.
room, Florida room, utility
will be to organize the room, storage and carport.CB Call George Jarosz, 437-3410(
present hospital into a non construction. Rear yard 8-1-tf
organization. As a nonprofit .
profit fenced. Call 4373484.
FOR SALE-20 inch girls bicycle -
organization the hospital .
excellent condition,
will be in a positionto
1750. Phone 4373144. Minnie
receive federal grants and FOR RENT -
Deen. 12-15-ltc
assistance, plus contributionsby Furnished or unfurnished duplex
private parties, toward a apartment, 2 large bed FOR SALE-Used bicycle, $5.

l,, cav community-owned non-profit rooms, screened porch and Electric train and many accessories
I hospital.The carport. Phone 437.3304, 200 S. $15. Phone 4373924.
Forsythe St. 12-15-ltc.
hospital is a 35-bed facility 12.15.1tp

-- -..- is a completely approved .
NEW 5PC. DINETTES, bronzeor HOUSE FOR RENT-N. Railroad
hospital by the Florida St. Bunnell. See Duane
chrome, plastic top, vinyl
Camping Is FLAMEPROOF YOUR State Board of Health, the upholstery, $39.95. Jerry's Deen or C. A. Riddell.

CHRISTMAS TREE Florida Hospital: Association, Furniture & Appliance, Old, 1.5.4tp.
and is fully accredited by the Dixie Highway, 2 miles southof
ExpandingIndustry With Christmas tree time Joint Commission ore Accreditation Korona. Phone 437.3752 FOR SALE-14 ft. house trailer -

fast approaching, it is important of Hospitals whose approval 1215ltc. sewing machine, good con
members are the American dition. 2 chests, 1 21-Inch tv.
to keep safety in College of Physicians, 1 19-in. tv, and other Items.
mind, both in the use of electricity American College of Surgeons, FOR :SALE 4% in. Crafts. Second house from bridge on

million and the placement of American Medical Association man joiner planer with 1/3 canal. Flagler Beach. A. Pluff,
Nearly one persons h.p motor.J4 ton drill press,
left their comfortable homesto trees away from heaters, fire. and American Hospital 2 wood vises, electric solder 4392487. 12.15.1tp.
"rough it" in Florida'sstate places or hot air ducts. Association, he concluded.FARMERS' .
irons and
many small tools. FOR SALE-No. 8 wood stove,
campsites this year- As a further precaution Phone 439.2186, 1532 S. A-l-A, perfect condition, $15. Call
and it's a multimillion dollar Flagler Beach. 12-15-ltc. 437.3578 after 8
against fire the following p.m. 12-15-ltp
business, Florida Trend magazine
formula is suggested on ,
reports in its December
issue. flameproofing the tree: Copies of the Farmers' Tax
Guide, 1967 edition, are now
The business and financial Mix 9 ounces borax, 4 available. Call the County Flagler County Insurance
ounces boric acid, 1 gallon
publication says: "Catering toFlorida's Agent's office.INSURING .
water. Add % tablespoon low
growing army of out
door campers forms the basisof sudsing detergent, such as Agency Inc.
a great expanding indus Dash or All (which aids pene AUTOMOBILES ,

try. Federal, state and local trating quality of solution). Americans, in order to protect
Spray tree. Saturate it. Let All Forms of Insurance
governments are spending themselves against financial
hundreds of millions of dol. dry. Decorate. There is no
loss brought on by auto
lars for outdoor recreational change in color or texture of 105 North Bay Street -:- Phone 437-3171
mobile accidents, purchased
facilities.' tree.A. insurance with premiums Bunnell, Florida 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTY

The magazine reports that guide to "Christmas totaling about $8.3 billionin BONDS
in 12 months there were 1.3 Lighting Ideas" is availablein 1965, according to the Insurance
the County Agent's office. Information Institute.
million tent and trailer user-
' days in Florida at a cost of
$5 per user day. That means
campers spent $6.5 million in
I the state this last year. Sixty
per cent of the camping-$4 .
million worth-was by out of
state campers.

Those are figures for Just
overnight campers. Florida
Trend found 5.5 millilon per. Diazinonfor
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The magazine found that

most campers enjoy camp and othervegetable .
sites most which have facilities :.-,
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HASTINGS MATTRESS worms, mole crickets, and maggots. today. And write us for your free copy of

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J Repaired Furnltu-s&Upholstering Refinished I j I rections on the label. Rates are low, appliRiver Road, Ardsley, New York.

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Makes child feel be
children. a important to
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HONORED AT BUFFETMr. the past week here with his
50TH ANNIVERSARYIn grandmother Mrs. C. A. Rid-
and Mrs. Walter Morris
dell and Mr. Riddell. He also
honor of their 50th wedding
will be hosts at a buffet sup.
SLII per Sunday evening at their anniversary Mr. and visited with other relatives
home on East Magnolia Ave., Mrs. Tom E. Holden, their during his stay here.

from 5 ''to 7:30.: Their guests daughters, Mrs. Julian Cau-
LOCALS will include the pastor and dill and Mrs. Samuel Black, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Diamond
; choir members of the First Invite you to attend a reception have had as their house guest
Methodist Church and their on Monday afternoon, Mrs. Diamond's sister, Mrs.
families. the 26th of Dec. from four until Mary Pappas of Detroit She
This will be prior to the six o'clock at the Holden's Is now in Ft. Pierce for a visit
VFW AUXILIARY Carol Atkinson attended a Christmas program at the residence.No with relatives. The Diamondsand
CHRISTMAS PARTY I luncheon meeting of the Day- church. This is an annual affair invitations' are being a brother, Chris Costa-
VFW Auxiliary members tona Beach Women's Symphony with Mr. and Mrs. Morris.Mr. sent, but all friends are in polls of Daytona Beach planto
them for Christmas.Mrs. .
will have their Christmas party (Society In Daytona Morris is director of the vited.
Beach Monday.CANDIDATES church choir.METHODIST.
4 Dec. 20th at 7 p.m. at the Edna Carroll of Live

A-l-A Restaurant, Flagler FOR UNDERGOES EYE SURGERY Oak is the guest of her son
Beach, according to Mrs. Gene CHURCH Carl Carroll, for a visit.
Bowers, president. MISS DBJC CHRISTMAS PROGRAM Russell Smith, son of Mr.

There will ,be a gift ex Ida Allen, daughter of Mr. "Christmas Is Everyday" is and Mrs. C. F. Smith of Haw Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Moody
change and all members and Mrs. G. E. Allen, Bunnell the theme of the annual Creek, underwent eye surgeryat have returned home from Mt.
planning to attend are askedto and Heidi Eisenbach, daughter Birthday Party for Jesus Program the Halifax Hospital Mon. Holly, N.J., where they spent
contact Mrs. Gene Barber of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Eis- Dec. 18 at the day afternoon. Russell is 8 several days with their son
for reservations.Dr. candidates years old and has had surgery and his
enbach, Bunnell are First Methodist Church of family, Mr. and Mrs.
for the "Miss Daytona Bunnell. The program is at on his eye several times. Robert Moody III. They were
Beach Junior College" title.' 7:30 p.m. called there by the serious

and Mrs. Allen Reynoldsand Miss Allen is sponsored by The theme will be carriedout CELEBRATES 4TH BIRTHDAY illness of their grandson
children, Paggy, Patty, the cheer leaders of the college through the use of colored Donald. Robert was stationed
Frank and Billy are spendingthe and Heidi is sponsoredby slides taken of various Ricky Edwards celebratedhis with the Army in France and
Christmas Holiday vacation the student government members of the Sunday 4th birthday anniversary was called home on emergen.
in McComb, Ill. They will council. Both candidates are School and Church.A Monday afternoon. The party cy leave, because of the illness -
be guests of his parents, Mr. sophomores. birthday offering will be given by his parents, Mr. and of his son.
and Mrs. Frank Reynolds. taken and sent to the Methodist Mrs. Rodger Edwards, was at
METHODIST YOUTHFELLOWSHIP Childrens Home in En. his home on Deen Road. Celebrating LEVI BRANNAM
terprise.A the occasion with
TO fellowship hour will follow Ricky were Karen Baker, Me. NAMED PRESIDENTOF
ROY'SSTEAM linda Baker, Ronni Johnston,
GO CAROLINGThe in the educational build SHRINE CLUB
ing. The public is cordially Sandy Metts, Scotty Metts
MOIIILK HOMES! Methodist Youth Fel invited to attend. and Michael and Teresa Ed. Levi Brannam was electedto
TILE ROOFS and SIII.Guaranteed \( H
to Kill Mildew lowship of the First Methodist wards. serve as president of the
AIR COMJ1TIO\EIIS Church will go caroling on Flagler County Shrine Club
CARPENTER and I'AI\TI\C. the evening of December 22. Mrs. Grace Wray has re at the Thursday evening
CAM AFTER 6iOO P.M. Following the caroling there turned from a visit in Jack. meeting. Named to serve with
MR. R. BOND. Flagler Beach will be ''a party at the homeof sonville with 'her son-in-law and Mrs. Benny Levitonof him was P. A. Edmonson and
Phone 439-2275 P.O. Box 794 Rev. and Mrs. Oliver F. and daughter, Don and Joyce Homerville, Ga., announcethe Zack Holland to serve as first
Taylor on Magnolia avenue. Alford,and family. arrival of a daughter born and second vice presidents;

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the name of Kara Ashland. as treasurer.A .

Mrs. Leviton is the former joint Installation with the

Carolyn Hughes of Homer. St. Augustine Club will be

Bunnell Timber Co. i ville numerous Bunnell and and formerly occasions.visited resided here on in held dinner Following there meeting on the January business a Christmas 13.and

program was presented by
Randy Morris is expected to Mrs. Mary Anders and her
arrive home Saturday from son, Ted, who sang. They also
RAILROAD STREET I Bowling Green, Ky., where he led the group in singing
I is a senior at Western Ken Christmas carols.Christmas .
tucky University. He will receive
a B.S. degree In June. gifts were given
by the Club members and
their guests to be send to the
Visiting with John Camp.
Crippled Children's
Give bell Sunday was his son and
a / Home in Greenville, South
!, Mr. and Carolina.
Mrs. Bill Campbell of Pensa-
cola. They also visited with
Mrs. Campbell who is a patient FIRST BAPTIST
at Bunnell General.

Alice Johnston was high PROGRAM RELEASED

BRIDGES TONE scorer for Finesse Bridge Club Special Christmas music
I when the group met Monday
will be provided by the combined
.evening at the home of Bette
choirs of the First
McDaniel. Laura Morris will
tist Church at the 11:00 a. m.
entertain club members witha
Service on Sunday, December
t luncheon at her home next
\ week. 18. The entire morning service
will be given to music and

d F *fattk 1I narration. The evening servo
Gwen McGrlff of Palatka ice on the 18th will consist of
I L-;x + 0 spent Monday in Bunnell visiting coronation services for girls
i 0 with friends. enrolled in the Girl's Auxiliary
: of the Women's Mission.
I ,. ci' Miss Suellen Deen, studentat ary Union Several girls will
(.{ Williams College In Ft. receive the crown of Queen,
Lauderdale, spent the weekend the highest step in their
here with her parents, achievement.

Mr. and Mrs. Duane Deen. On Wednesday night, December

21, the church will
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Knight present a living tableau of
have recently purchased the the Bethlehem Scene in a
Walter Knight home in Haw candlelight setting. Members
Creek and 'are residing 'there. of the congregation seated in
family groups will join the
Christmas three wise men in bearing
: For
\ their special gifts to the altarin
ORGANIZED celebration of the birthdayof
Jesus. This service will be
WEDNESDAY EVENING presented with special music
and narration. The congregation

! New Motorcycles Ready to : nel Methodist I Methodist Men Church of the Bun.met. oling will over be the Invited community to go car-at

go Wednesday evening to organize the close of this service.
a Club, Rev. Oliver Taylor
said today.An Services on Sunday, Decem
interesting program was ber 25, will be abbreviated.The .
presented and refreshmentswere Sunday School will enroll -
served. at 9:45: a. m. and then go
" Used Motorcycles at a Bargain : Officers for the ensuing to the Sanctuary at 10.00 a.

year were elected and plansfor m for the family worship
f monthly meetings, programs service. There will be no evening
and projects for fellowship services on this date.
I I and fun were made. The public is cordially invited .
HEADQUARTERS FOR to attend all the services

I I according to the pastor,
WALTON MARVIN ALLENMr. Rev. Charles D. Anders.

S. K. WAYNE and Mrs. Howard Allen

announce the arrival of a son
3 GAL. FOR $5.00
born Sunday, December 4th.

$330 to 29 I at Hospital 8:20 m.St. at Augustine.He the Flagler. (QUALITY tome la .nd 8"PAINT It made)
TOOL weighed seven poundsand R.Comer V. Yeoman Hand ,Arc.Ormond A: V. Beach S. 1

two ounces at birth and 677-8020 9 a. m. till 5:30
I has been given the name
-JJ.r 3 -n.. r 3r r".Ss r3 r3r r ?3rZ3i a r3; Marvin Allen.
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