The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: July 20, 1967
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00392
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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1957 VOL. 55 NO. 29 THURSDAY JULY 20 1967 $340 A YEAR ..........."...."."."."....,/'.".......".......-

John Blelejeskl Jr., senior
law student at University of SCHOOL BOARD City Adopts SCHOOL AUDITIS James F. Mercer.

Florida was named executive CONSIDERS PRAISED BY
editor'of the Florida Law Re

view. He Is the son of :Mr. and 1963 BUDGETA CondemnationOrdinance. FINANCE DIVISIONTo Passed Away

Mrs. John W Bielejeski of '
Bunnell. tentative budget of $793- : Mr. Coy G. Harris, Jr.
273.36 was presented to the Supt., Flagler County Friday 'Morning
(:) Flagler County School Boardat Board of Public Instruction.

Charles Trad, member of a special meeting Saturday An ordinance adopted by Dear Mr. Harris: James :F Mercer. 500 N.

the Bunnell Chapter FFA re night. the Bunnell City Commissionat Cherry St., 'BunneU, a longtime I,
ceived the State Farmer Degree We have been furnished a
Monday nights meeting resident of Flagler County
The board approved the of Audit Number
the highest PTA awardIn copy Report
the with authority
provides city passed away Friday morning
the state at the convention tentative budget for the 1967 to condemn properties 6628 recently made by the : at Gllmer Nursing Home
In Daytona Beach. Charles was 68 school term. State Auditing: Department I
within the municipal limits in St. Augustine, following 'a
the second member of the The operating budget' Includes In violation of the,city's build covering the accounts and lengthy Illness. He was 76

Bunnell' chapter to receive Daytona Beach Junior ing and sanitation codes. The records of the Flagler County years of age.
the. nonor. Marvin (Dutch) College and all departmentsof ordinance pertains to siruc Board of Public Instruction for

Tucker received the ,degree Bunnell High SchooliFlag. hires or buildings which have the fiscal :year ended June 30, A native of Baxley, Gas he

when,he was a member, ler Beach School and Carver become delapid&ted or other 1966. was a former Flagler County.

(:) School. wise unsafe or unfit for hu You are to be commendedfor Commissioner And road superintendent

Melba Tucker daughter of man habitation, or proved potentially the efficiency and businesslike He was elected
There will hear. Tax Collector and served' In
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Tucker be a public : injurious to public administration In effect
ing to discuss school that capacity for 29 years before
of Bunnell was chosen as the proposed health safety or welfare. during: the audit period, and
budget at the court. retiring. He was a memo
representative !ito Girls StateIn the lack of adverse findings
? house July 28 at 7:00 p.m. Commissioners voted to advertise ber of Bunnell Methodist
Tallahassee.from the Bun reported by the auditor. I
for bids for installing Church and Bunnell LodgeNo.
nell Unit of the American Would
appreciate your conveying .
sidewalks on the East side of 200 F&AM.
Legion Auxiliary :,, to the Board, at Its
Injunction' Stops Orange Street from East
next regular meeting the Funeral services were heldat
(;) Moody Blvd. to Howe Street;
commendations of the State 2:00 p. m Sunday at the
Bacher Street from Moody
1947 Department of Education for Bunnell Methodist
Work On Church,
Flagler Blvd. Court St. the
to and
T. K. ;
(Buddy) McKnight,
the good business practices with the Rev. Morris C. Gar-
South side of Blvd.
pulpwood operator here had Moody which resulted In this type of kin, pastor of the ,United
the misfortune to have hada Beach Park Lot from Bacher to Anderson
audit reportIf Methodist Church Hastings' ,
(Streets. Sidewalk bids will be
foot nearly severed just; officiating Interment followedat
above the ankle, when a power received at the August 21 we, In the Finance Division
The Flagler Beach City Espanola Cemetery. Grave-
saw used In cutting 'pulp.wook meeting. -, can ever be of service to side services
Commission at its Thursday were conductedby
flew off Its shaft and in continuing this fine
night meeting approved the Cene Holly, County Sanitation you the Bunnell Masonic
his do not hesitateto
struck leg. record please
hiring of Daytona Beach attorneys officer, was present to assist Lodge,
let know.
(:) Ossinsky and Krol to the commission in workIng us

A bottling plant was openedat defend the city In a suit filed out sanitation conditions Cordially, Yours Pallbearers were Gib Anderson

Flagler Beach, it was announced by residents objecting to turning .within the city. ; Herman O. Myers ,, Lewis Wadsworth, Otis
Hunter Dale
bjrTEddle Sharkey. part of the City Park Into: Assistant, Superintendent, Brown Harry Atkinson -
Voted against sponsoring a : Cordell Robertson.
Thenewfirm was* named a parking lot. School Finance. -and
contestant In the )-.0rJdJa Survivors Include his widow
fl!$ ; "iU.g IU A circuit court injunctionfiled -
.- anted '' "'!\>' Crown Beauty Pageant. Mrs. Martha Mercer, Bun-
pan was located on by Flagler Beach residents
iJambert A. Lions Club hell; two daughters, Mrs. Otis
Ave. Moody. R Edmonsoqj
Blvd..-..--.......,.......................: Threadgill, GeorgeiiMoodyl'anct'Elsf&IGoodwTnvwas ( ,;**':president; Bppeared. before,the 63.TeachersHirred ...... ..-- Maters..Sts Augustine; Mrs.

', (:)' issued June 29'by Circuit: commission requesting ,the Leland Lyons Jacksonville;
city to Investigate the possi five sons, Johnnie Mercer,
Judge Wadsworth protesting J
The Flagler County Boardof construction of the parkingarea. bility of erecting a Directoryfor : For 67-68 Holly Hill S. C, Zeno Mercer
Commissioners leased the Daytona Beach Ray Mercer
> National Service Organizations
Bunnell Airfield to J. H. Mc. and churchs on US School TermThe Bunnell, Lamar Mercer,
Knight, Jr. and George Allen The proposed parking lot Orlando Gayle Mercer Hastings
Hwy. No. 1 and 100.
Jr. for a two year period. Both would have been approximately ; four sisters Mrs. Lizzie
McKnlght and Allen were pilots '50 feet deep along the: Flagler County Boardof Sedessie Panama City Mrs.

In 'the Air Corps during east, end of the City Park. Public Instruction has employed Leona Story California, Mrs.

World War II. Other business of the com TAX COLLECTIONS the following instructional Pauline Horton New Smyrna,

(:; mission Included hiring John personnel for the 1967- Mrs. Carrie Alford Bunnell;
Laing as Police Chief Lalng 68 school term. A ,girl's P. E. two brothers John H. Mercer

1927 will be the first full time policeman Gasoline tax collections for teacher at Carver School Is the Ormond Beach, Lee Mercer
The house occupied by T. J. to be employed by the month of June dropped only position 'remaining to be Alma Ga.; 19 grandchildren.

Teston and family at High the city. He replaces Ace $125.37 below the May collections. filled. 11 great grandchildren and

Bridge was moved to the Drummond Deputy Sheriff June collections totaled several nieces and nephews ,
Knox and Beads Road which who had been employed as $16,962.12 for 242,316 gallons Bunnell High School Craig Funeral Home was In

leads to points west of Ocean time in sold to charge of
part policeman connection compared $17,067.49 Kenneth D. Herring Mary arrangements.
Shore Blvd. with his deputy sheriff collected for the month of Broadaway Wanda Mercer,

(:) duties for several years. The May. June 1967 collectionswere Emma Murray, Rosemary

A new filing station was installed commission also approved the $7,807.87 less than the Brown, Ruth Townsend Laura HOT WEATHER -

on the Benson Farm. purchase of a new patrol car. June 1966 totals. Morris, Lois Hlgginbotham
The station was to be operat No action was taken on a Sales tax collections for Theodore C. Heln Hazel H. PUTS STRAIN ON

ed ,by H. M. Benson and S. A. feasibility report presented on Flagler County also showed a Holland James O. Craig Opal CAR. DRIVER

Walker, and their many the water extension to Ma- decrease for June. The June G. Craig Viola Tonkins, Jack
friends wished them sue? rineland.} collections were $62.89 shortof D. Hardln, Wllda Hargett Sa- "Keep your traffic cool" was
cess In their new enterprise. Following a public hearingon the amount collected in rita Bradley Edna McClure advice given to motorist by

(:) the paving of Central Ave., May. The June amount totaled Barbara Field. the Florida Highway'Patrol as

Mrs. J. L. Ambrose will the commission passed a resolution $12,773.82. Averly Brown, Emma Reynolds hot July weather covered the.

start Friday for Kentucky for to pave approximatelyone L. R. Hanyen Jr., Fran state.
Geneva will go with her. mile of the thoroughfare ces L. Brooks Mary L. Gumee Colonel H. N. Kirkman, Director

a section extending from the BHS SUMMER Hilton L. Beasley Mary Ann of the Department of
Public Safety said, hot weather
Goldcoast Subdivision to:
Nell Jack
Beasley Douglass
SPECIAL CAP North 23rd Street and also PROGRAM CLOSES Hall Clifford W. Barnes, Joe greatly: Increases fatigue,
23rd Street East to North AlA makes people Irritable and
Bunnell High School will V. Kirkland Lena M. Barasa
MEETING TONIGHT Paving materials will be furnished conclude Its summer program Carl P. Brupbacher Sr., Ron can cause upset emotion

1 Persons Interested In forming by the city and the Friday with a special awards nie L. Cathey Alvin H. These! can when be especially" dangerous

a Civil Air Patrol Squadron .. board of county commission. program at 2 p.m. In the Thompson, Catherine E. Craw. driving.
ers will provide !the labor. school auditorium. High temperatures can also
In Invited H.
Flagler County are ford Evangeline Ray. .
extra strain
put an
on vehicles
to attend a special meetIng Announced a veterinarianwill Certificates and medals will
at 7:30: tonight at the be at the Flagler Beach be presented to students for Carver Junior High School by over heating tires
Fire Department July 27 from outstanding achievement In putting a burden on the cooling
All residents
Airport. Leroy A. Hunter, Vineda' system and causing
8:30 until 10:30 Inoculate
a. m. to various activities of the
13 older eligible pro.
years or are
pets aganlst rabies. Smith Caretha Harris, Hercules trouble with the etecttioal.
for membership. Approved a Teenage dance gram. W. Benjamin, Essie Mae system and fan bells by
CAP officiate, Merritt Pew- Glddens, CorUandt Belfcm heavy use of air oosfcHtfoners.Ato .
to be held in the
ell and Dick Schmertew, BIt,- .
Receration Hall. Estella Thomas Rosa Lee Ferguson conditioning in caN
tuna Beach will show a film EDITION AVAILABLE Charlie Mae Plerson, helps a great deal but youeyes
to land
Agreed miss ownS Fiftieth Anniversary
CAP activities and discuss Special
Leila O. Purcell Beady Bals- must use
the planned program.CIGARETIE saw 9SL00 per front foot for exMfrJston editions of the Flagler Tribune your mow
__ water .... to are available and copies deli. when you close out nmiauifcKfckman

xosn11sgr d' .... southof nay be obtained from the Boy Charles O. Btttler Gloria also advised few

TAX Flagler Beach, following an Scouts or by calling Jeff Seale Graham, Osrie Lee Worsham, quant stops to cool off ana

DISTRIBUTEDAccording equalisation session. Assess soo'g maste, r.ma. Sam Helen Edwards Annie reduce fattrue.PIIAaNACIITI.
meat notices will be mailedto Cromwell Johnnie M. Spearman

to the Florida the owtiem of property LEA $ ON GOODWILL Herbert Blackshear, Rob. TO

State Beverage >.3spsMsrnt abutting the water mains. TOO art Stover, Mary E. Rope, HAVE PLY-IN NBftB f r

the following dgawttecollections "*z The commission.;. voted to Law Wadsworth will be Joanne Pagsno, Mary Char Florida's: Flying Ptozrn '

will be distributed request tits Board of County among the sixty agribusiness lotte Jennings.Plaster silts will stage a Plyb1
to the following municipalities Commissioners to open North} leaders: of Florida leavina'Sunday this weekendu.w 195
..... a 1111,.t
in Flagler County: Beverly 11th Street to Hwy. AlA. on the annual FlorIda George M. Moody president.
Beach, ..20 City of Bun. -.a
; Agriculture Goodwill Tour. The two-day event feefta*
nell a.M1.6T; Town of Flag-' The Mediterranean Sea has The group will tour the agricultural W. E. :Fennell, Jr., Jennie Saturday and the FFPA mesh

lee Bah. IIK'LM; ..... an average depth of 4,960 feet facilities of Hawaii, Mewsll, Betty C Herring ben will conduct their SjMar

land ..49; and Painter and a maximum of 14,450 New Zealand and Austraills, Suzanne Bourne Ruth Somer- teeny meeting Sunday at the

Hill, $7.41. feet. returning: home August 21. feldt Barbara Hardin. Bunnell Alrfteld.f' .


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THURS.. JULY 20. 1967c1OICE


DUNNELL, FLORIDALEN Seaman Apprentice Stuart I Rolled "Boston Butt"
Rockett, U.S. Coast Guard, Boned &
completed basic training at !

Cape May, N.J., July 14. Stuart ,
WILSON arrived home Saturday for a Pork Roast
Editor and Publisher
ten day leave here with his

.,; BETTE' 8. McEAfflEL parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
J" 1 tN ew. Editor Rockett, Flagler Beach. He reports

to Charleston, S. C. July lb 63*

24 for duty assignment
Dedgnated aewapaper for,all .
Iaital AdvertUIn a


Entered at ,eecond rla matter CLASSIFIED'ADVERTISING H
U. S. D. A. Choice
February 6, 1913, it the post-
office at Cunnell. Florida, 'under
Act of March 3; 1175.
Ih 53
10e Per Copy .||JB

One Vear __...._-._$3.$0

Six Month .:.......__.........$::::00
RATE-4c per word. Minimum U. S. D. A. Choice
Outside Fla.-Ie. Ceuat7
charge issue $1X0.
$..00 Per Year

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN SEPTIC fields installed TANK cleaning; RotaRoter; drain CHUCK STEAKS :f JbR ;63

TUB CIRCUIT COURT orFLAGLEIl snail shell. Reasonable prices.

COUNTY FLORIDA Call George Jarosz, 437.3410 Lean Western "LOOK A LIKE"
Plaintiff FOR SALE 2 acres nicely

WILLIAM EDWARD PEEL, landscaped. Small home, well Ib. 79Lean

Defendant secluded, off Old Haw Creek
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Road,'$2,900. Joe Martel.
VP UNASNorfolk
Virginia.You WANTED: Will buy LIVE "BREADED" G. C.' Own "OVEN ,READY"
are hereby notified that a Rattlesnakes.: Indigo Snakes,
cult has been filed against you
In the above entitled cause; and Coral Snakes\ and large moc PORK CUTLETS MEATLOAF

you your are answer hereby with required the Clerk to file of casins. Moody's Taxidermy t

this Court and to serve a copy Shop, 'Idleson Building Ph. Ib.
thereof upon the plaintiff or B6b Moody., lb. 6ge t; .3 $179
plaintiff attorney, whole name Loaf 'I
and address Is: July 20 27, Aug. 3, 10"", 4tp
Jamej H. Tucker, Esquire
P. O. Box S9SBunnell.
Floridanot Household furniture including Fresh Florida Grade "A" ((2&A lb. Avg.) "SPLIT"
later than July 27 A. D., glass sliding door ,and win :
1987.If -
you fall to do so. Default dow; gas refrigerator automatic .
will be entered against you for ice maker; 1 ton air-
the relief demanded in the bill
of complaint. The nature of laid conditioner; Cabin cruiser, 25 BROILERS I lb.I 37
suit being: for DIVORCE ft. Owens; 6 stainless steel

WITNESS my hand and teal of sinks, 60 in. with upper cabinets
aid Court this 22nd day of June ; shallow ,well pump;
A. D. 1967. ,
GEORGE! M. .WOODY awning window, 53 1.8 x
Clerk.of'iatd-, .Circuit! Court*. 5018. And many other usable
(Official,$eal) '
By'JanieeMurray' items. 208 Lambert: St.'Flagler SMOKED NECK ,BONES, TURKEY; ,2 ,,$' 00

June.29,July.Clerk C. 1 1. 20 jta Beach. July 20, '2tp WINGS, SMOKED HAM HOCKS 3 Lbs....._....................... ,1;
GE self-defrosting refrigerator -
LEGAL ..ADVEnTISEMEIfTHKGISTKIl = with revolving shelves, .

NOTlC'"'OP i11'r1"RNTI0l'fllTO' $50.00.. Jerry's .Furn1\ure ,& Del Monte '6 oz.. Can <. '
FICTITIOUS FAME Appliances;' Dixie*'Hwy.."- SOLIDI 2..f.or EVERCANE tr
In compliance with Hou.e-Bill 2 miles S. of Korona. Ph. 437. TUNA 89d
No. 1175, Chapter 20953.'Laws -of LIGHT 1
Florida, Acts of 1941. as.amead- 3752. .July 20, Itc. SUGAR
ed, the undersigned will register Van Camp'sSSBf No. 2VZ Can
with the Clerk of the Circuit FOR SALE-Riding lawn !'
Court In and for Flagler County For
Florida, upon receipt of proof 'o>r mower, 5000. 'inquire Dlxi BEANS 2 49 Ib.
publication of thfs notice the ana Motel or call '43'13685.July .., 5 37e .t
following .fictitious name: Bag
Massle'1820 South Motor A-l-A Court, Flagler locatedat 20, Itp. Blue Plate 12 oz. Jar '

Beach :Florida, under whichwe FOR SALE: '53 Chevrolet PEANUT For Limit 1 with $5.00,or more food order
( will
In business
engage the BUTTER 3 1
of A :Motor Court and i that good tires. Starts good and
the undersigned '(are) the only runs good. '$75.00. Phone '439- .. ,
persons. interested In said business 2385. See All 1 Ib. 'kg.GRITS .

Dated at Bunnell, Florida, this
22 day of June A. D. 1967. FOR SALE Each KRAFT .
Rex Cramp --Baby Parakeets, rlOe
R Cramp $2.00 each. Healthy stock and
June 27. July 6, 18.. 20_ perfect for training. Call 'Patty ..
Our Value 1/2 Gal. Plastic Bottle ORANGE JUICE
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT or Debbie Meekins. 439.

2006. July 20, Itp BLEACH Each ,
IN CASE NO. 14T 50 ft. Ocean front lot north of BottleFROZEN

WANDA Plaintiff LORETTA FARABEE, Flagler Beach, $3,500; 2 lots MAXWELL HOUSE

on Central Ave., $3,000; 2 lots
JERRY DONALD FARABEE on Dayttona Ave., $2,500. Barker *

NOTICM Defendant TO DEFEND & Wilson, Inc., Realtors & ,INSTANT COFFEE _

whoae residence and Post Office Bunnell. Phone 4373282. 6 oz.
address are unknown. 6ge Clark1. CHOPPED Pkj. of Five 4
You are hereby notified thata FOR SALE-Tri-plex (2 EFF. Jar oz.
suit has been filed against you Apts., 1 owner 2 apts). All SIRLOIN Ea.
In the
entitled cause; and STEAKS
you are hereby required to file fumihed 4 blks. from Pier. Limit 1 with $5.00 or-more food..order. 8ge
your answer with the Clerk of
Cor. N. 5th and Central Ave.
this thereof Court upon and the to serve plaintiff a copy orplanitiff's 2000000. Patricia Cannon, .- ,_ J .< .Birds: .Eye "New" WHIPPED TOPPING

and addreas attorney Is: whose name P. O. Box 293, Flagler Beach. FRESH PRODUCE -

Attorney Charles J.at Luke.Law II July 13, 20, 2tc. :COOL WHIP PintZge

260 North Ridgrewood Avenue Fresh Green '. '
Daytona Beach, Floridanot FOR SALE 200 ft. waterfront I ICASBE
later than July 29. X D.,'
Ib. L
1167. Lantana Ave., Flagler GOLD MEDAL-
If you fail to do so, Default Beach. Rossner, Star Rt. Box te
will the be entered against you for 400, Eustls. 32726 2tp 13-20 J
relief demanded In the bill
of being The nature of laid Golden Ripe FLOUR
suit for
y N:ESS my hand and seal CERN: I will not be responsible BANNS O. "
4f lWJ4 >Co..-t. this Ud day *f .
June'. D. 1967. for any debts made'byElaine' :Sib. 37CORN

,Cl aKR'f Hid M. MOODY cartult CourtDeputy Bennett, or by anyone Fresh Green I g
( other than myself. Ears t Limit ;
1 wth :
By hurray Larry Bennett :t3 25c or more food order

June 39, July s,8l., to, 4tc. 6 tp-June 29Aug. 3.


A. K. CRAIG Funeral Director '

AIR JOHN CAPO Manage OXYGEN \ /tl -; ._. : : ] iiI1 :



MMM ID 7-3M2 OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 437-3137

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its meeting last week
the Flagler Senior Citizens

I r Club appointed an auditing
committee composed of Rev.

LOCALS Reynold Hoover, chairman I
.; George Allard and Mrs. Helen
f Creal, which will audit the
treasurer's books In advanceof
,-- -- annual election of of.
=--- -- the
Lance Corporal Tommy Me- Recent houseguests of Harry fivers which takes place In
Daniel, USMC, left Sunday and Mauise McKenney were October. The quarterly meetIng .
after spending la 20 day con. their daughter, )Irs. Bill Morris of the club's executive
valescent leave with his par and children of Jacksonville tt ITI committee was held Tuesday
nets, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Me- and Misses Gayle Peo- evening, July 18, in the homeof
Daniel, Flagler Beach. Tommy I pies and Sylvia Crews of St. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Creal,
reported to the Jacksonville George, Ga. The McKenney'swere Bunnell.
Naval Air Station, Hospital the overnight guests of UJ/f/ 'ibAa"
30 members
where he will undergo therapy Mr. and Mrs..Jim Meadows in I There were
treatments for a shoulder injury Fernandina Friday. present for the July covered
dish dinner meeting. There
will be one more monthly
Newell of Mrs. Jennie .
Ray son
1 before the
meeting, Aug. ,
John Johnston and Zachary Newell, Flagler Beach, n
3 club resumes regular
,Holland, both students at left Sunday by plane for In. i twice monthly schedule for
Abraham Baldwin College, dianapolis, Ind., for ,several .1' the fall and winter season.
Tifton, Ga., spent the weekend weeks visit with his brother-
The club meets in Community
here with their parents. in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. I
Hall at the Flagler Beach
Richard Adams and son Rit s ,t .
Municipal Building. Membership
Weekend houseguests of chie. M J
is open to all senior citizens
Herschel and Peggy King were ; in the area.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mercer, Alma Mrs. Lotta Wadsworth of
Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Hawthorne spent the weekend
Rufus Mercer, Douglas, Ga. visiting here with her son and PICNIC SATURDAYFOR
daughter in law, Judge and SEPTEMBER WEDDING PLANNED
Chuck and Marietta Missln- Mrs. W. L. Wadsworth and GOLFERSLocal
daughter, Mena. Mr. and Mrs. Keith T. Lov- of 1965 at Bunnell High
ne had as their weekend golf enthusiasts joIn.
ell, 144 Palmetto Ave., Flagler School and attended Daytona
houseguests, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Bross and sons, Randy Mrs. Florence Seale and Beach, announce the engage- Beach Junior College for two ed their families at Bulow
and Ricky, Orange Park, and daughter, Sue Ellen left today ment of their daughter, Miss years. She was a member of Park aftet their regular Saturday
Mr. .and Mrs. Frank :Mielke for Clarksville, Mo. where Kandyce Kay Lovell, to Jim BHS Biggest Little Band in morning round of golf
and son Chip, .Jacksonville. they will make their home. my Harold Fritts, 151 Reef Dixie for six years and was a for a picnic.
Ricky Bross remained for a They will Join Mr. Seale who Road, South Daytona, son of majorette'for four years. She'sa Enjoying the outdoor affair
visit with the Mlsslnnes while has been working there for Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Fritts, member of XI Delta Tau so were Don and Betty Moore k
their daughter, Molly visits In the past several months. Lexington, N. C. rority. She is employed by and children, Walter and
Jacksonville.Mr. Their daughter, Janice will A September wedding is Southern Bell Telephone and Laura Morris and Randy;
remain here and will reside planned. Telegraph Company.Mr. Dale and Rosemary Brown,
and Mrs. John Krutz with her brother and sister in Miss Lovell was born In Fritts is a native of Nagi and Rose Abraham, Tony
Burlington, Iowa, and movedto Lexington, N. C. and moved to
and family and Donna Dear- law, Jeff and Mary Jo Scale. and Mildred Kahlert, Martin
Flagler Beach in 1951. She Daytona Beach in 1963. He
and Bette McDaniel
ing are vacationing in New Remly
I Jersey. Donna is visiting with Mrs. Ray Mercer and child was valedictorian of the Class was valedictorian of the. and Janice Murray and child .
and Mrs. SammIe Fried. Class of 1964 at Seabreeze Private ren Bob and Cook and
relatives in Brielle, N. J. and ren Evelyn
the Krutzs are visiting In Port man left Wednesday for Pan. Mr. and Mrs. George Cole, High School and attend. Robert Cook and son Steven.
Pleasant. sy, Alabama. Their mother, Westland, Michigan and Mr. ed Daytona Beach Junior College
Mrs. Ethel Lee Whitaker, will and Mrs. II. G. Jull and son for two years. He's a
Weekend houseguests of return home with them aftera John, Asbury Park, Mich., ar member of Phi Mu Lambda MRS. HOLLAND WINS
Jack and Bobby Hardln were months visit with her rived Saturday for a two fraternity and works at GENEALOGY AWARD
Mr. and Mrs. Tandy Lane and mother f Mrs. Daisy Cook. weeks visit with Mrs. Cole's Squires Men's Shop in Daytona
children of Knoxville, Tenn. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Beach The National Society of
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gamble White, Flagler Beach. Southern Dames of America
Bobby MIssinne returned and son Bryan of Live Oak SURPRISE SHOWER announced at theIr annual as
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh S. Bacon at Norfolk Va. June
home from Superior Wisconsin are houseguests of Carl Carroll FOR MRS. JORDAN sembly ,
this week and his brother, and> 'his mother, Mrs.. Edna ,J.cIt Wednesday for tllelr home 27, that Mrs. Z. G. Holland,
Mike, left via plane for sever. Carroll. In Louisville, Ky.,' &ftef''sev' 'Several :couples met at the Jr. of Bunnell had won the
al weeks visit there with rel eral weeks at' their Flagler home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Elmer E. Jones Annual Award
atives. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Fata- Beach home. While here the Hardin, N. Anderson Street, for the best genealogy submitted
lak, Trumbull, Conn. arrived Bacons visited with Albert Friday evening to surpriseMrs. to the Doris Walker
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Bran. Tuesday for a visit at Von and Florence Maryes, Bun. Don Jordan with a stork Lyle Library in Atlanta, Ga.
nam, Palatka, are visiting Bulow Ranch with their son nell. shower. I Mrs. Holland was presented
with Victor and Cora Bucklesat in-law and daughter, Bill and The hosts served homemadeice with a Certificate of Award
their beach cottage, Johnson Mary Lenssen and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Aren- cream' and cake to Mr. and and cash award at: a luncheon
Beach. Emily. b'erg and children Egon, Eric Mrs. L. II. Church, Mrs. John meeting of the Florida Society .
/ and Linnea of Miami are Seay and daughters, Miss Celia (Southern Dames of
'>)J Robert and Leslie Cook and Vilolce Carolyn Raulerson staying at their home, 1200N. Joyce Emery, Mr. and Mrs. America, in Orlando July 15.
son ,JSteven of Gainesville and children Cindy and Wesley Oceanshore Blvd., Flagler ,Richard Yelvington and Mrs H. T. Cook of St. Augustine
spent the weekend visiting and Jay and Ladye Rod. Beach. Their son Egon returned daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin attended the meeting
here with his parents, Bob gers visited Six Gun Territory Sunday from Sebring wherehe Strickland and son, Mr. with Mrs. Holland.
and Evelyn Cook. Sunday. attended scout camp. and Mrs. Louis Steflik and Several years of extensive
children and Mr. Jordan and research were required to complete
Patrolman Mike McMillan, Lloyd and Melba Bembryand Owen /Shelton, Ocala, was a children the Deen and Holland
Cocoa, visited in Bunnell son returned home Thursday visitor in Bunnell Tuesday.Mr. family genealogies, submittedby
Wednesday with his parents, after two weeks visit in FRIENDLY ,CIRCLE Mrs. Holland for Judging.
Mac and Ethel McMillan. Huntington Beach, California. and Mrs. Otis Nipper I
Enroute home they stopped at spent the weekend in Douglas, MEETS lONIGHT
Richard and Louise Cantrell Wichita Falls, Texas for a Ga. as guests of Mr. and Mrs. The Friendly Circle Will THANK YOU

and grandson Perry Knight, 'brief visit with Airman Rob. G. S. Cannon. Accompanyingthem meet tonight at 8 p. m. at the We wish (to thank all our
moved to Orlando Saturday bie Tucker, who Is stationed to Douglas was Clint home of Mrs. W. W. Deen, 806 friends, relatives and neighbors .
where they will reside. ''at Sheppard Air Force Base. Hopkins, who returned home E. Moody Blvd., for a swim for their kind expressionsof
after a months visit in Bun. party and meeting. Mrs, 'Jeff sympathy during the Illness .
June and Jewel Deen of Buddy and Shirley Cham- nell. Seale, president, will preside and death of our loved
Miami were the houseguestsof bers spent the weekend in during the business session. one, J. F. Mercer.
Mr. and Mrs. Riddell last Jacksonville with Fred and Mr. Arthur Babbitt and Mrs. All members are remindedto Mrs. J. F. Mercer
week. They also visited with Jean Chambers and son Pat. Leonard Johnson were in Au. attend. rand Family
other relatives and friends gusta, Ga. during the week.
during their visit. Mrs. Roger Turner and :Mrs. end where they attended fun.
Irene Durrance will arrive eral services of Mr. Babbitt's
; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hardin home Saturday after a month brother in law, Rev. Owen
and daughters plan to leave vacation spent in Las Vegas Radford. .. WHITE BARN
Saturday for Tennessee for a visiting Mrs. Turner's son,
i I, two weeks visit, with relatives. Charles and other points of Interest Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Thompson ,
in several western and children, Diane and
Visiting here with Mr. and states. Jerry of Norfolk, Va. returned
Mrs. Clifford Rodgers are Mr. home last week after a visit ANTIQUES
and Mrs. Ray Garrison of Hyde Lee Blakely is in Crossvllle, here with her parents, Mr. .
Park, N. Y. Mr. Rodgers is a Tenn. where he plans to visit and Mrs. Frank Steflik, Sr.
t patient at Bunnell General with relatives for several
Hospital. weeks. Walter and Laura Morris .
I and son Randy leave Saturday
for Glasgow, Ky. for two NO.FLEAMARKETBEVERY
week's visit with relatives.
i soft/ and Mrs. Russell Brad-

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are Visiting with their father,

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BRIDE ELECT -Quantity Rights r

WE GIVE / Reserved "
Miss Betty Lynn Bourne, METTS
elect, **'
August bride was complimented
with a bridal shower TOP Prices Good .
Monday evening given by
:Mrs. Orvllene Saunders at her R Thur, Fri., Sat.
home, 1828 S. Flagler Ave., VALUE and Monday,
Flagler Beach.A SUPER MARKET July 20, 21, 22,
green and yellow color STAMPS and 24, 1967
scheme was carried out. In the 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437-3201
attractive decorations.The
honoree was presentedwith
a corsage of white daisies
by the hostess. aHS Lean Meaty Tender Delicious
Games were enjoyed by the
guests and prize winners were ax
Bourne.Misses Kay Weaver and Kathy PORK STEAKS CUBE STEAK

The hostess was assisted In
serving by Misses Anne lb. lb.
Bourne, Paqulta Hugas, Jackie 59 89 1)
Robinson and :Joyce. Robinson.Out CHARLES BRATCHER ARE
of town guests were
Mrs. Ruth Somerfeldt Or. WED IN SOUTH FLORIDA

mond; Miss Jane Graves and Charles Edward Bratcher,
Miss Elaine Fralley of Daytona -
Beach. son of Mrs. J. J. Farmer, Man- Armour Star Florida Grade "A" (Family Pak)
Nineteen Invited guests at. tura Ohio and the late Mr.
tended. L B. Bratcher, Bunnell and
Miss Rolaln Demere, Choko-

FLAGLER BEACH LIBRARY loskee, Florida, were united In
marriage July 1 at the Church b. lb. Bag 78
HAS NEW BOOKS ceremony of God at was Chokoloskee.performed The In 59% 5 Cutup $1

Beach Public
The Flagler
the presence of family mem _
Library has recently acquiredthe bers and close friends.Mr. .
following books: "The
Yankee of Connecticut", W. Bratcher attended Bun Lean Meaty' Lean (Beef)
nell High School and Is em
Lee "Stories Not For
cock the Stores;Nervous""Boston; ,, A Alfred Topographical Hitch. Telephone ployed with Company.The the Chokoloskee. SPARE RIBS "" 59* SHORT RIBS '"". 49*

bride Is student at
"Behind History"the, E. A.Lines Whitehall-Hanoi";, the University of a Miami. Armour Star Delicious (Beef)

Harrison Salisbury; "A Prefaceto FAMIILY STEAK ,?. BRISKET 1b.
Morals", Walter Lippman; HOSPITAL NOTES 3ge
'The Big Sky", Jr. Guthrie;
"Memento Mori", Muriel ADMITTED: John Kinney, -
Sparks; "The Secret of Skele Jeanette Bertha, Gladys Brock, Pork F esh'
ton Island", Bruce Campbell; Henry Wells Walter Robbins, Neck Bones 00 Ocean Mullet

"World of Albert Schweitzer", Stanley Gribenas Jimmy Lee 4 lbs............:............................ $1 lb....................:.............I....... 29c
Gels Darlene; "This Sweet Alford, Pansy Jones Joann
Sickness", Patricia Nlghsmlth. Lynn Bonnie Higglnbotham Pig Pig
i Submitted by Dorothy No. Betty Smith, Tempus Cul- Feet, $ 00 Tails $

mans Librarian Flagler' breath, all of Bunnell; Gregory 4 lbs....................................... 4 lbs.:...................................... 100
Beach Public Library. Price Donna Fllkins, Jack
Abbott, Dickie Newton and
Harry Gerdes Flagler Beach; Florida Grade "A" (Medium)
COFFEE FETES \ Eugenia Chambless, West

BRIDE ELECTMiss Palm Or"mond Beach; ;Sandra Cheryl Pearson Ryals .

Cynthia Ann Cobb Gainesville; Dwight E. Boy EGGS, 3. 9S
whose marriage/ James L. kin, Mobile, Ala. and Jack Doz.
Miller will be an event of Davis, Ormond.
August 10, was honored witha DISMISSED: Trudie Mae
,coffee Saturday morning at Jones Wilfred Hunter, Elizabeth .
the home of Mrs. H. A. Elsen- Tidwell, Gladys Brock, Limit ((3)) Doz. Please
bach. Hostesses were Misses Everett Durrance, Austie All- Flo.CaneSUGAR'
Heidi Eisenbach and Gwen man) Cheryl Pearson Anne
Brooks., Fuller Carol Johnston Eugenia '
An artistic wedding bell ar Chambless, Raymond
rangement centered the serving Monroe Henry Wells Dickie 5 Lb.
table. Seasonal flowers Newton and Betty Smith.PINEn"ES 39
were used in the bridal dec DagLimit
orations in the living-dining
rooms ensuite.Twentyfive. ENTERTAINEDMrs.

invited affair.guests Cliff Sheffield recently ((1)) with purchase of $5.00 or more food order
enjoyed the lovely entertained with a buffet din. Fabulous .
ner at her home, Colony Park,
WOMAN'S CLUB CANCELS for members of the Plnettes.

AUGUST MEETING Following a delectable dinner I

Members of the Flagler games the party.group enjoyed a F A B Giant Size 49

Woman's their August Club voted meeting to cancel when There were eight present.
The group will meet at the
they met Wednesday after. home of Mrs.. Edward HawkIns .
noon. The next meeting is Deen Road Wednesday, Limit (1) with purchase of $5.00'or more food order .
scheduled for Wed., Sept 13 August 2.FINESSE.
at 2 p.m. at the clubhouse,

Central Ave.Members .expressed appre BRIDGE I SAVE SAVE SAVEDelmonte I

elation to Mrs. E. P. Fleurie
.-/ and Mrs. Marie Brede chair. CLUB WINNERSMrs. No. 303 Sunlite 303
men of the 50th Anniversary

projects club. sponsored by the scorer was second. Mary and Mrs.Gurnee high Joy when was Stefllk high the PEAS 4 Cans 95* TOMATOES 6 Cans 95*

Finesse Bridge Club concluded American Beauty No. 300 Kraft (Bar.B.Q)
Tuesday night at the
O. F.Registered ALFORD home The of group Mrs.will Joan meet Crews.Tues. CREAM CORN 5 Cans 8ge SAUCE 3 Btl.z. 9ge

Real Estate BrokerBunnell day at 1 p. m. at the home of Jim Dandy (Quick) Your Favorite Bleach
Mrs. Bess Bates Hwy. AlA

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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT rank and serial number Walter P. Eeuther presidentof

CHURCH for the nation's 3.3 million the United Automobile
TIlE CIRCUIT COURT, 0EV. workers, and George Hage-
ENTII AND VOlt JUDICIAL KLAGLKIl CIRCUIT COCN-IN LER COUNTY FLORIDA. IN NEWS military men ceased to exist. dorn, vice presidenteconomistof

TV FLORIDACIVIL+ No.PRORATE.818. 3IJfl The Defense Department de- the National Association of
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IN RE: Estate of have advised
JOYCE I. WILLIAMSON, cided that Social Security Manufacturers
Plaintiff VINNIE WILSON, : not to raise taxes
Deceased. numbers will become the primary Congress
ANSWER All persons are hereby notified Her. Oliver Taylor Pastor LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISE9iis;
IN THE NAME OK THE STATE that the undersigned as execu-
trix of laid estate, has completed Sunday School, 9:45 a. in. FLAGLER COUNTY BOARD OK PUHLir INSTRUCTIONTENTATIVK
TOFJOBtW/LUIAMSON. the administration thereof
WHOSE Worship Service, 11:00: a. m. BUDGET19676M
POST OFF1CK ADDRESS AND and has filed in said court her
''RESIDENCE! ARE UNKNOWN.You final report and application for Methodist Youth Fellowship, :
are hereby notified thata discharge. Objections theretoi If GGOJp. m. Pursuant to the provisions of Section l 21.712 Florida Statutes
suit has Men$ brought against any, should be duly : amended by Section 8 Chapter Acts of the
hearinafshalli be
you in the Circuit Court., Seventh flllng proof of publication showing 2 Blocks East of HighwayNo notice Is hereby Klven that a public I t-ounty held by
Judicial Circuit, In and For this notice has been published ., 1, Lambert Street. County Board Public Instruction of glen Florida. July
Flagler County Florida, by once a week for four consecutive 28. 1987. at :0o P. M. for the of discussing w"n citizens of
I*'JOYCE T. WILLIAMSON, J'laln- weeks, the matter of ap- ,i.. *x 1 the county the proposed school bPud'POSt July 1. 1967 and ending June
tiff and you are hereby required proval of said report and the ordering ST. THOMAS scOtkLThe 30,, 1968 which budget Is summarized act", follows:
to file personally or by attor- of distribution of said .; I PART, IOPERATING
'ney, with the Clerk of said Court estate will come before the PJie fiobertj Stuart. FUNDS AND :MAINTENANCE
your Answer or defenses to the court. Priest in Charge SUPPORT /
Complaint In said suit, on cr before First publication on July 13th, j ; A. Balances beginning I ; of year:
the 10th day of August. A. 1967. tornjfog Worship 11:30,3. InJ 1. General (County & State Funds__._--.-- -'- $ 12,289.50
D. 1967 and also to wve a ESTELLA ADAMS I' "
of your Answer or defenses copy upon As Executrix ,of said Church School 3:30 p. m., \: District No. 'l CJurrent..... _......_.___ H.557.25

Messrs. Osslnsky and Krol estate. Thursday. .. .."
for Plaintiff, at their LELAND B. SHAW B. Anticipated Receipts
Attorneys offices at 411 Main Street Day- p O. Box 296 Communion first Sunday ofeach 1. State Fund ......................__........_._...__-_ S84.537.00
fore tona the Beach 1Ot1day Florida of, August on or be-A.' Attorney Bunnell. Florida for Executrix month. '" t. Co'unty Taxes ......................._..._.._--.-- 111,569.00
D.1967 required the Florida July 13. 20. 27., Aug. 3, 4to Three miles east of Bunnellon
as .. I....... ... 188,326.00
Rufes! of Civil Procedure'and highway 100. 3. District Taxes _._ : I ,
herein fail not default will LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT '
i be entered against a you. f. Other Sources ...__ "_-L. .22'994'6

You are further notified that BIDS FOR VOTING MACHINE BUNNELL FIRST BAPTIST ,Total..___ $793,273.36
the name of the Court In which
said suit has been instituted Is The Board of County Commissioners Charles D. Anders Pastor
the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial of Flagler County. Flor- C. Propose'd Expenditures:
Circuit of Florida In and ida, is Interested in receiving Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Sunday 1. 'Admlnlstraton __.......:.._..____-_ $ 36,600.00
sealed bids for One Ten Column School. '
For Flagler County, and that ... .._. ....... 880.00
the title of said suit is as here- Fifty Row Electrically Op 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship Instructional Salary. ---n, r-u --- ---
rated (combination Electric and
inabove set forth :
You are further notified that Manual) Vertical Type Voting 7:00 p.m. Training Union. 3. Expense. for Supplies of Instruction and ,Other.. 28151.00

for the divorce nature of and said permanent suit Is a suit Machine counters. with front reading 8:00: p.m. Evening Worship.Wed. 4. Operation- of Plant ..........._..._............-._..__..._.. 38201.00
and care Bids will be received until .: 7:30: p.m., Prayer
custody control of the
children. minor 9Oft: A. M. :Monday August 7, Service. 5. Maintenance of Plant ..____....._?...__---. 20,645.00
1967, at the office of the Clerk
WITNESS my hand and official
seal at Bunnell Flagler County. of the Circuit Court, Flagler Nursery, all services. 6. Auxiliary Services (Transportation, Foo'd. etc43,071.00
County Courthouse, Bunnell, 2 Blocks East of
this stoplight
A. D. 1987. 6th day of, July Florida. 7. Fixed Charges ...........,,........,.-..v..,,,.,.i-, ....... 9278.00
GEORGE The board reserves the right Moody Boulevard. -.i.
; as Cleric M.of MOODY the Circuit to reject any and ail bids. 8. Other Expenses,, and Reserves ,...,.,..,.:.._ :.. 186,547.36

ty Court, Florida of Flagler Coun- LOUIS Chairman M. STEFLIK Board, of BUNNELL Total,...............-. $793,273.36\

13y Janice Murray County Commissioners PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS .
Deputy Clerk Flagler County Flor- PART II

OSSINSKY AND KROL! OEORGE: M. MOODY Clerk Sunday School, 10:00: a. m. A. Balance Be'glnnnlff of Year....___..___..._... 233.70
Attorneys 411 Main Street for Plaintiff BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Worship Service, 11:00 a, 'm. Anticipated Receipts ................._._-,__-....... 38.265'00

Daytona Beach, Florida TY. FLORIDA.OF FLAGLER COUN Life Liners Service, 6:30p. : Totat-: _.. 38.498.10
July 13, 20. 27 and Aug. 3 July 13-20-2tc m. B. Proposed Expenditure: .. .f '
LEGAl. ADVERTISEMENT 1. Payment of 237.27 Loan.-- .......,....._. 1000000
Evening Evangelistic .Serv-

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT NOTICE AND CALL OF MEETING ice, 7:30 p. m. 2. Payment of Bonds ......._____._.-_.......... 19,009.00
INVITATION TO BID ; OF HOARD OK SUPERVISORS Deen Road. ,3. Interest, on 237.27 Loan ..___ --N,'.:_ l.fOO.OO
Sealed bids
will be received

In the office of the Fiscal Agent AGE DISTRICT.FOR IIIMINI DItAIN- THE METHODIST CHURCH.I f. Interest. .on, Bonds ...-.. t.w.: ,. ,..:.,:.,;;,... ...f"1.i.f.... 7830.00
\ Florida Forest Service, Room 27Cdlllns1 Notice : : .
Is hereby given that a 5. Other .... ....... : f ..:
Building, Tallahassee. special meeting of the owners Flagler Beach ..._... ,. 288.'10
Florida, until : (EDT) ', '
r of land situated
July 21 19(7, l'dOth following; Drainage District in In the Flagler Blmlni Reynold Nelson HooTer .j. "i :" ;i: ti ;:'Totat.y t4:.. 38,498.70CAi'iTAL .

construction: ,II County, Florida, Is hereby called Morning Worship 9.30 a.m. :, ./
Furnishing1 all labor and materials to be held In the Commissioner's PART III 'c
for the construction of a Room of the Flagler County (September-)Vlay) 11 a. m. IMPROVEMENT: FUND.

sewage ler Recreation disposal Area system located at Flag-at the Courthouse 25th day, Bunnell of July, Florida A. D. ,1967 on ,...., Choir Rehearsal, Wed., 6:45. A. Balance beginning of Year ..._.._......,..._:--..-.4..-.
the : '
Florida :
Forest Service
at 3 o'clock
ler Tower Site In Flagler Coun- of electing P M.one for member the purpose of Menl' flub KmeeJ the first 1. Capital Outlay and Debt Service .. .. _._.._.: $ 232.04
ty. Florifta. Plans t specifications the Board of
Supervisors for the
and other related Information term of I\W tj1 at
three 'eeregr e sfndto at-M .ront
may be obtained from the Flo- tend to such other business pertaining 1.3trp.: m.Woman's. .t. .c
rida Forest Service .
Headquarters to the district that may ,
Society of Chris.
approximately four before
miles north of Bunnell on U.S. come At such election the meeting.each. and tion Service the 2nd ,Thurs f. Bond Construction ...._.___.. ...,.............. ..._ 288.00
No. I, or by writing to the Florida I' B. Anticipated Receipts
Forest Service Collins- every District acre shall of be land entitled In the to said one day, 9:30 a. m. 1.'' State Fund ...-....:........_...,,;_ ( 23,521.36
Building Tallahassee. vote In South Daytona Avenue. '
or by In
Prospective contractors mar writing duly signed proxy -,2. '.Incoming: _Transfers .1 1 -_...._
submit alternate proponals. Alternate acre of land owned byotlria: In ,
proposals for this project said District. Guardians may represent FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Total_, .r.-... $ 68.308.16
will be considered If plans
wards. Executors
and specifications are submitted and Flagler Beach C. Proposed Expenditures:
with bid. However any alter- the administrators estates of deceased may represent per- Max Hall Pastor 1. To Debt Service .. ,..._....--= .._____._ 11.00.00

the nate Florida proposal Forest must Service be equal plan to may sons be and represented private corporations by their officers Sunday School: 9:45. .. t.. ,Remodeling' ..._...:-. __ .".; ....... 9056.00

It Is or ordered duly authorized that this agents.notice Morning Worship: 11:00. 3. New ,Buses ...-.......___.--...:______..._ 9.01f.00
ADVERTISEMENTTO Evening Worship: 7:30. < '

consecutive be published weeks each week In The for Flag two Wednesday Prayer Meeting: 4. New and Replaced Equipment ,_, :...__.__._ 6,900.00
Beginning as of July CONCERN 1, 1967! her Tribune in Flagler, a newspaper County Flori published 7:30.On 5, ...Library Books and( Audio-Visual Equ.lpment.__ 6,030.00
any Indebtedness incurred by the of Third and "
anyone relating to da.Date corner 6. Balances and Rea rve....._..
) known as THE KENTUCKY property 13. A. D.of 1967.first publication July Central: ., .... 14,908.

MOTEL & GIFT SHOP, locatedat By order of Board of Super- Total..,. $ 66,308.16
I 2000 So. Ocean Shore Blvd., visors. ; "
Flagler Beach is not to beg ALFRED R. TUCKER CATHOLIC CHURCHESRev. : PART IV, .
Gladys: or assumed by E. V. President. Fr. Anthony Leon. PastorST. 'CO'NTRACTED FEDERAL; PROGRAM FUNDS -
and operators. former owners Attest O. F. ALFORD i MART'S KORONA A. Balances beginning of year_..:-... ,-fr. .,. .. .. $ 1.111.10

July 13. 20, .27. Aug. 3, 4tc July 13 20 2tc. Secretary. Sunday Mass: 7:30 a.m. B. Anticipated ......_. +:
Receipts : -__......__..;.:..,,,,-. 61,6U.00I
Weekday Masses: Mon., Wed., I -

and Friday at 8:30 'am. Total.-,, .....,.,-. ,395.10o

FLAGLER BEACH CHAPEL Proposed Expenditures: .

.1 THE BEAUTIFUL, and PROGRESSIVE Sunday Mass: 9:00: a.m. 1. Title I .......................,.. .-,... ,. bd ..-:-_ 55,896.00

Weekday Masses: Tues. and 8.: Title II ,..........--..- -._ ,.
ROBERT L. HANNAH Thurs. at 8:30 _
a.m. ,3. NDBA; "T'rr.mi.t.C ...,.-,.- L 2.000.00f.
4. Other Federal _. ..
FUNERAL HOMES Sunday Mass: 10:30: a.m. -- 7.713.10

Dedicated 'Weekday Mass: Saturday at Total..__ $ 69.395.10
td dignity, service and economy. Lowest coatI 8:30 a.m.COMMUNITY.
The milU to be levied ,
e for
by far in the entire area on any service of your choice. nece..ryI.. dsuthls. budget 19-67-M ftr the assessment ensuing decal roll year'to produce are:

We invite comparison. Serving
I. \ CHURCH A. County Support and Maintenance I+'und......._................... 3 mills

I U. S. HOLLY HILL-DAYTONA BEACH Flagler Beach B. Special Tax School District 3 fo. 1.........._.................._..... .5.08 mills
Rev. R. W. Dickert. Pastor
I CALL WX 7611 TOLL FREE Complete details I of each separate part of
the School
Sunday School 9:45 Budget as
a. m. summarlMd above are on file and are available
I Worship Service 11 a. m. at the Office of the County Superintendent for public inppegtlon
\ Hell Florida, and will be of Public Instruction, Bun
available for
Communion every first Sunday such public hearing together
I WlthAnlll supporting statements and inform tlon.
II I of each quarter. Interested persons are
I cordially invited to
participate In this
public h
a ring and to discuss I
I Daytona Avenue, South of County for the ensuing year. school program and budget for this

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as of this date any Superintendent, and Bx-OActe Secretary
MEANS incurred by anyone toJuly the Board of Public Instruction "tatter!
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relating to, Itc. ,
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DO IT! known a.toFI ler Beach Hotel ;,
tet Is not to be charged to or as- *
f, NOTHING! used by J. W. or Mabel
1C Green )J .rGrI'I Be .,
We Pay Pottae Both Ways governed accordingly. itiii; ;

Use DBFSave-By-Mail" Service June 29. July 6. II 10, 4tc Flagler County :

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MAIN OifI4I, sad PAINTING Bay Strot -:- Ph... 4373171Bunnell
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Employers have an impor

tant tax deadline on Monday, .. : STATE, PARKS ." Too Late .

July 31, 1967. SHOWS INCREASEThe

This Is the due date ,for t Florida Board of Parks ; To Classify \ ,

and paying with- 1
reporting and Historic Memorials tabulation
held Income and Social Se of park attendance

curity taxes for the calendar shows an Increase of visitorsto
t At sometime in life of most
quarter ended June 30, 1967, } Flagler County's three
.,: of us comes the desire to live
according to A. J. O'Donnell State Parks during the fiscal on a houseboat Here In Flor

Jr., District Director of Intern ,, year Washington ending June Oak 30. Gardenswas ida with its countless miles of
al Revenue. coastal and Inland water
the leader in attendancewith
the desire becomes
Employers who received a 33,105 visitors. Bulow ways
much keener.Oldsters .
pre addressed Form 941 shoulduse Ruins totaled 27,237 and Flag
this form to report their b' i ler Beach Park had a total of ready for retire*
and should r' ment, find the thought particularly
tax liability attach i i 20,568. Compared to the same
' to the return the vail- period last year this was an inviting and thanks'tothe
dated depositary receipts pre i crease of 15,328 visitors. amazing progress' made !in
viously received for t h.e r, the' development of practicaland
months of April and May. 1 economical houseboats
BIRTHDAY DATA during the last decade it Is.
Mr. O'Donnell pointed out NEW JIFFY OPENS AT FLAGLER BEACHThis now possible td find a houseboat
that employers who made full Happy birthday to: to meet most anyone's
and timely deposits in Federal attractive, convenient store was recently open- Today Earl Baggett Joy pocket oo .Just 'ai you1 can
Reserve banks or author 'ed at Flagler Beach. The modern food store, locatedon M. Deer Thomas Scott Clark erijoy the( pleasure-of owning
ized commercial banks, sufficient the corner of Highway No. 100 and Central Ave., and Richard Mlnton. "motorboat, from''the small
to pay their full ;tax is owned''' and operated by Dewayne D. Metts and est runabout to the' luxuryyacht
liability for the quarter ending Friday Ralph K. Hirst, 'find'a' house
John A. you'can
of the is Gus
Clegg. Manager new store
Evans A. M. Duke Me-
June 30, 1967, Including Billy ( ) b a.t'I'J1eW' "or second-hand" to
Goodman, and assistant manager is Edward Filkins. Daniel Tilton and Dean
< Jill
those required. ,make semimonthly meet your needs arid financial,
Peterson.; "I'' ,
deposits, have until : ability;
August 10, 1967, to file their INFILTRATION CONTINUES U. S. POPULATIONThe Sunday Kathey Duncan, My first experience with a
returns."Employer's Perry* Blanton. houseboat came when I madea
Secretary of Defense Robert
Tax Guide" Census Bureau has
i; Monday Nor two' Weeks: tour- of inland
Gongress Florence
McNamara recently told tlmaJtethe of the ,
(Publication No. population and and coastal waters on1 my
15), commonly got cross, Eddie Dodlm. ad
called Circular E, that the bombing: United. States at the begin Betty Hall.Tuesday; friend Rube Allyn's '"Best
which furnishes detailed !information North Vietnam has failed to ning of the year !to be a little Bet,"

,on this subject, reduce to any degree the infiltration less than 198 million..This !is Michaels Julie- Dr.Ann Wan White g t,. 'Rube, fishing editor of The

may be obtained by droppinga of men and material a. 10 per cent# increase from Peggy May Wilson.Wednesday Petersburg Times, and'ex
,post card to your District into (the South. lie said, perienced as a naval engineer
Director, Internal Revenue however, that bombing had 1960 'and the bureau expectsthe Duane A.Deen and architect, decided that the
Service, 400 West Bay Street, been successful against stated 200-million mark to be Alex' Zysk, Frances' W., time had come to 'construct
Jacksonville, Florida 32202. objectives. ,reached by? late this year. Edmqmson.: houseboat that < ould'do' or
water travel enthusiasts what

r. ,. the.. Model. 'T F rd'did" 'for Wtorists. ,,
lie designed and built a
houseboat that the averageman
could enjoy at a cost of
ANDERSON'S DRUGS around $2,500 offering Just '
about every advantage of the

.. luxury yacht with the exception
-- -
-.r' of looks and re refinements.

ills ,cre Uon looked like
cross between Noah's ArR' nd
a highway camper 'It" was
IRE MOVING THE PRESCRIPT-lOll. crude compared! with modern

n craft,but It offejed,Just about ,
r \ + tfM everything anyone could fqr in'comfortable and con--
venlent maritime' 11Y1n *p '.

DEPARTMENT TO THEIR It dreW only a foot of waiter
and could go where most
> boats would fear to venture*It
'f had its own electrical systeih
; { : :
j, '.d ,
? provided by a generator thAt
not 'only lighted It llkeCfa
NEW lOCA'TION I:' Christmas
: fir tree, 'provIded am
.. ," .,'. pie electricity tor .toaster,
,;.., it stove and perculator an'd'sup-<
r r
ported two forward searchlights

':' ; +;, '' : that craft confounded'who assumed approaching

706 East Moody BI"d (! they boat.were approaching a patrol -

You could lay in a comfor
I .' table bunk with as bright a

: ", '1 PROFESSIONAL ARTS BUILDING {i' ;:! i reading light as you could de
;; .'l j, sire and enjoy an electric
; blanket. Powered with two
'\i,, powerful outboard motors witha
', t ,, I spare for use if needed you
moved along at from two ,to

WE WILL BE OPEN I IN OUR NEW LQCATION :'. aY ... 10 either knots the upper and or steered lower deck ftronx/: .

It even afforded a...shower-

M.onday July 24"' ; d ,been bath.While refined modem with craft mahogny has

: ; pending and the like, the
a "Best Bet" offered the same '
i J advantages and didn't cost a
I fortune. '

\ I If you are interested In '
what Is offered today.(n the
houseboat field I suggest! you
YOUR read "Look at the Latest! In
WE WILL APPRECIATE CONTINUED ; Houseboats" In the July la-
I sue of Reader's DI &. You
PATRONAGE AND LOOK FORWARD TO I .< i iI will find that you do not have
to purchase a houseboat to enJoy -
I its advantages. You 'eari
f SERVING YOU! :, rent them at xpodwt rfttes fora
1 \ limited time and d&nnlne!

whether or not such a life appeato -
1'1' "; '. to you. .,
There is a lot that can be
'. said tor houseboats and yp' twill
find M worthwhile to
ANDERSON'S DRUGS give the subject serious 'faooidemtlon -
+ whether you Ih&in
Florida, California or.any Inland -
state with navtaablewaters.

In the Professional Arts Building ., .

Looking aone ef-the lo*.
EAST MQQDY M.V.D. BUNNELL, FLORIDA uriotM office suites ,.1.' ..
7<* executive lead* to the bin.
elusion that If. a abame to
r have to work In thejh;



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AVAILABLEMovies AND WILL JE IN PLAYOFF Among those from Bunnell
not earn over $125 as an em attending performances of the
free for the ask ( Leslie" Pache)
private health insurance By London Symphony Orchestraat
Social Security ployee or render substantial ing are available to clubs Wadsworth Lumber .Company Peabody Auditorium last

services as a selfemployedperson. and other organized, groupsIn week were Alfred and Mary
in the
scored four runs
The earnings test ap this area. Tucker and daughter, Dottie;
NEWSQ. of the seventh to a
plies to all beneficiaries, childor Buck Moore, Southern Bell top break Leslie and Mary Pache and
4-4 tie to to win the second
adult, with the exception District Manager, said that daughters, Tina and Carol;
half of the Softball
,My mother has medical of persons age 72 or over. the company has a wide va- City Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Beasley;
social League. Both teams will start
Insurance riety of motion avail- Ken and Betty Herring. Mr.
ity. She also as a private Insurance Q. I will be 65 in July and play Thursday night, July 20( Carl Brupbacher,
able without charge to civic, and Mrs.
plan which pays her by then, will have earned In a four out of seven series and Mrs. Frank Stefllkand
religious, community and Mr.
I draw social for Bunnell Recreation Dept.
an amount equal to all her $6000. May security
medical expenses. She has beginning in July if I youth groups. City Softball Championship.Both family.
had surgery for which the keep my earnings !to exactly "We have films on communications teams will play two

doctor is charging $850. How $250 a month for July.December advances in science games, with Buddy Taylor Mock Yelvtngton. Wins
muc of this'will /the medical ($1500 from the time I safety and general Interest pitching the first game and
,' insurance pay? apply to the end of the year)? subjects," he said. "Andat Jack Hall the second for the dry Betting Title
"' this time of year,I most of Church. Wadsworth will start
A. Assuming this $850 is her A. No. Your earnings In the them are obtained easily." Joe Arnold and Richard :Yel- Mack, Yelvington won the
total medical expense, you first six months of the year The demand for movies Is vington In the second game. 1967 Softball batting title. The
can expect medicare to pay count against the yearly high during the fall, winter top ten batters for the season

i $640. Medicare will pay 80% amount you can earn. In your and spring seasons, Moore Mike Robinson WIns High were: M. Yelvington 555, Mr.
($4 of $5) of the reasonable ,case, you would earn $7500 noted. However, during sum. Durrance 547, G. Cowart 517,
I charges for all covered ser for the year and more than mer months when school Is School Player Award: Hilton Beasley 510, H. Bowers-
vices In the year except the $125 a month for all months, out and when many organizations 510, J. Hargett 510, D\ Metts
. first $50 She should file her therefore, you would not be do not meet regularly, Mike Robinson was pfcked''by 500, R. Yelvington 500* IX Britt
i\ claim with her private Insur entitled to any benefit for most films are readily avail the managers as the most 456, J. Knight 452.
receive that Improved and best sportsmanship -
ance company to any year.Q. able. *
amounts she may be entitledto "The movies cover such a player of the high scnooTplayers
I am a 65-year-old man who were playing In
receive from (them under wide range of subjects that
and have a Job for nine the man's league. Mike re-
the terms of her policy She almost any group is sure to
months of the I haveno .
ceived 22
year. points.Flagler
should file her medicare find one .or several of Interest
earnings for June July HASTINGS MATTRESS
claim at,,tier social security ," he said. "Most of the
office.Q. and August of each year. My films which run from eight ,& UPHOLSTRY WORKS
monthly salary for the other
to 60 minutes in color.
are Lemon SC.
Why Is it that a beneficiary nine months is $600. Can I for
Arrangements borrowinga
loses benefits if he earns receive social security? Palatka, Florida
film be made through
over $1,500 year? A. Yes. Regardless of the Southern Bell's Phone EA 5.9166Furniture.
amount of your yearly earnings Upnoltertng
basic Idea In social Beach business office, or by B
A. The
you can receive social Repaired & Refinished
security is that benefits are calling the film library "col .
security checks for SRu1
any Mattresses & Bore Springs
lect" at Orlando. The number
intended to replace lost earns %
month do not
earn more
you Made to Order, Aba Renovated
there is Area Code 305, 241
ings| therefore, when a bene- than $125. ,
ficiary's earnings exceed a, 4829. Call Laura Morris m-3233

certain amount, his social 'security Q. My mother will be 65 Alter 6:00 P. M. .
benefits are reduced. next month. If she signs up PRICES REASONABLE

The exact amount of reduc- for Medicare will it pay her BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED
tion in benefits depends on medical expenses even thoughshe TribuneEUNNELL.
the amount of excess earnings has private health insurance Just as near, as four
and also whether there are ? Phone or Post Office

months the beneficiary did, A. Yes. Medicare will pay Drop Us a Care or Call
all covered medical services Free Pick-up & Delivery
provided by law, regardless of PHONE 437-3232:

: We Make reimbursement plans. Your mother received should from, I

however, check with each pri ,
Our Own Paint vate company involved to see
If they will also pay.
Q. I 62 old and I .
years ,
PAY MORE earn $200 a month. In past '- \ V
,1 / dear'
GALLONSLATEX years my earnings have been ; our new orne I'

3 $5 much higher. Could I receive i ...............*..........*.........*...........*.?,.... ...........t...** :
Interior-Exterior: social security for any : f." ....*.*........................................**.........-....*.......*,....
months? I have been told I I ., a'

Porch..free Trim Choice& Deck of Coloring Enamel make draw.A. too much money to : ,fctf\:; (14 L ove it. But I wish somebody \

Gallons It is possible that you
1) '6S8I could. Your yearly earnings of \
I 4f All Colon $2400 would require that we \ \ would invent Reverse Cycle" JJ'l'

Gallons withhold only $450 in social I' ..
Z Outside White 569 security benefits. Since you H ) .:, '.mM..lt.M.M......**..M....*...l.....i>**..*..*.4tM tt 4.*.*ese.. ;
state earnings in past .
OIL BASE FOR WOODR. your ; //)
years have been much higher, .
V. YEOMANS your monthly social security ,' .,./ ,,

61180:0NA.TIONWIDFJ check would probably be high ,,
] PAINT enough so that we could make .., t!1 '
FACTORY '', ....., ...
438 8*. U. $. 1 Hand Ave. some payment. I suggest you ", J ; .. '

Ormond Heath It to BtSO sure.contact our office soon to be ,,:\,,,' \ijj. 'y : ".

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/ Somebody has,Electric Reverje-Cydo air con- people relax oaf, sleep and feel 1 better and\

ditioning Is.the 20th century's safest,cleanest, the hooting feature costs so little extra It's

cheapest way to cool (and heat) a Florida almost lib gdfiiftg a house-healer free. .

America the Beautiful.. t< ; 4M \ home.It's Homeless-no smoke,soot or fumes Wouldn't you like to move Into
-a dean break with the One small
"' past. ,
Job ;: iho20thcenhtryobngwNhthe
Is Everybody's
compact unit gives you perfect Indoorweaiher million happy floridians
1 It's the job of every family that spreads a pienir0eta*.> eymydoy.You Jut twist a diaL now air
enjoying Rerane-Cycle
roadside It's the table.job of every boatman who crubMeT. ,,tt' FuriWrmOFe, it filfers out dirt, freshens the condistofttofl?See your electric

lakes and waterways. alt removes excess mohtore. Keeps Floridafondles air conditioning: contractor or

Every driver, every walker, every ffier. happier, more comfortable..helps appliance dealer: today.
That I why our Association throw its wholehearted

support each year into the *America .' HV Mr (. _'rk. .. ths wlili.
Stoutiful csunpaisjn.LeveV \ *W m ,HH WH e M rWwV I .. pili

i scanty m! hew toe. Left keep ft That MNQT. I FLBfclDA I PiWER ft LIGHT CIMFAMT .,

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