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 27, 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: UF00079914:00393
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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County 20 30 ,40 years ago Copy

VOL S5 NO. 30 THURSDAY. JULY 27. 1967 S3.S0 A YEAR
George Allen Jr. and W. ,W.

.. ,, the Deen anglers of Bunnell competing were among In the Beach Bark Hassel To Go J

: 1"*Blmlni Club's annual Island Martin-Tuna blue-marUn Flagler :: ,;: I

Allen fished aboard the

ed"Mammy by C. Ruggles.Whammy",Deen captain was To Referendu Vole Dec. 15 C

aboard Robert. the Bertha."Stag" captainedby r i, By

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Bunnell \Chapter of Future Recent controversy over. using <* -I',**' ",\l"' ) *. I 1 ," ;( r rI

Farmers of America sent Jim the easterly 50 feet of the ,
Burned, James McKenneyand Flagler.P.eac City Park foramunicipal'parking : Local Growers. DAV CHAPTER TO At f
.Larry Smith as delegatesto 'lot has re*- I -I' "; ,, ,\, BE NAMED AF1ER Margaret Worley
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State Forestry Training sultedAln legislators passing a" ',. :, ;" f'f} '; JAMES B. BOOE '' I
Camp at Camp O'Leono. billVpermltting: residents to Urged to Support The Disabled,American Veterans Passed Away : :
(-:.) approve or disapprove the ac .. J Voted Wednesday :night' ,
TWENTY YEARS AGo1947Miss tion by vote. The bill was sub, to' name their chapter after '
loha Moody, daughterof matted to the State Legislature NFG Exchange. James B. Booe, Flagler Coun 'Monday A. M. :. :
Mr. and Mrs. D. D Moodywas fort enactment in Tallahassee attendingGirls payers Association of Flagler Flaglet County Potato Growers life.in World War II. Booe was Mrs. Margaret (Peggy)
State under sponsorshipof Beach. President of the association met; Thursday night in the the son c/f one of Flagler Elizabeth! Worley, 39 '106 I
the the local American legion George Moody, Sr Courthouse to' discuss the pro County's pioneer families Mr. Chapel Street, Bunnell, passed
Auxiliary stated the bill was passed by posed Nprth Florida Growers and Mrs. Zeb E. Booe. He lost away' Monday morning, July ,
(.:.)' the House of Representatives Exchange. The meeting was his life while serving in the 24 at Bunnell General,Hospital '
Henry T. Shill purchasedthe and Senate and became a called tOll the purpose of enlisting US Navy aboard a battleship after 'a long illness ;I
Beach Service Station fromP. State law, July 8, 1967. support of local growers at Pearl Harbor, December 7, Born in Bunnell, she had re. a
H. Beach. in the Exchange by having 1941. sided here most of her life.
(.:.) City work crews perparing them sign an organizational The group voted to keep the She was a member of the First 't'
John A, Clegg school sup. the site were stopped early. agreement. Zack Holland charter open for membershIps Baptist Church of Bunnell.
erintendent, announced Miss this month when three residents Chairman of the ,area until September 1, 1967. Let- She is survived'' by her hus.
Mag Cameron of Ocala had protesting the plan filed Organizational Committee, ters of invitation for membership band, Charles; three sons.'
assumed' her duties as general an injunction against the City presided and answered questions will be mailed to all ell Robert and Gordon Bunnell,
supervisor of the school of Flagler Beach. George, from growers; :' :< glble veterans in the county. and Charles, San Francisco;
Moody, Sr. E. H. Threadgill The her'mother.. Mrs. Toulon Gordon -
program in Flagler County. The proposed Exchange will membership now totals
(-:.) and Elsie Goodwin objectorsto serve the Tri-CoUnty Hastings 22 which Includes 17 life ,,Barmellr her grandmother }
FORTY: YEARS AGO-1927 the plan, 'claim' the city -area in the marketing,of''po members. ,' :Mrs. Julia Loveliice;.. Bun'. ,
Misses Pearl Forsythe and commission was in violation tatoes. It Is, felt that 85 per Commander fairish appointed nell; a sister )trs. Fred Pen ,'
Taudy Cantrell delightfully of restrictions contained Jn cent of the potato acreage the following committees: darts, Lawtey; a brother,
entertained ft number of their the deed from donors D. F.'Fu must be on terms of agreement Activities Piarles Mlssinne, Lovelace Gordon, Panama'
friends with a "Tacky Party"at quay and Dana E. Fuquay. with the Exchange for Chairman, LevI ,Brannam, City. :
Haw Creek The Senate' Bill ''No;' 1531 It to be effective. A target date Harold Ramsey !and Walter, Funeral services' were 'held!
The eveningya' dellgh.tr., prohibits he use of certain of September 15, has been set Wilkins; Membership: Carl Wednesday afternoon'at'2:00: ;
fully spent playing games 'land "In the Gl;ijy of Flagler1 '. fornCorporaj0liaL. the J*. ." .' Peterson. .Chairman, Floyd, p, m. at the graveside.In Esiipanola. .
dancing and candy pulling.c''"'Beach: for* any purpose In vo- change. ?, '. Hurl and Gilbert Krier. LeVI ,Cemetery. The ,*Bev.
I The guests leaving ,aJ a late latlon of restrictions contained Florida Fruit and'Veee ableAssn Brannam was appointed to Shelton Brooks officiated: ..;; '' .
hour, all stated having a jolly in the deed to the city; specifically and the Agricultural serve the ensuing year ai Officer Pallbearers were P. A. Ed. .,
time. prohibiting the use Extension Service has been ; of thd Day. monson,' John Lynn O Ie' .
(.:.) of the easterly fifty feet pf the working with the organizational Plans were finalized for Herr, 'Qabe H. Neely, Dave
All plans had been prac-- property as a municipal parkIng committee in establl h. bingo parties at the Flagler Perryman, 'and Joe Arnold. I
tically completed whereby lot with or without park. ing the Exchange. Representatives Beach Recreation Hall each Craig Funeral Home of Bun';
Flagler County's recently built ing meters; providing for the of the Committee from Thursday night.BROTHER mell was In Charge of arrange'' handsome courthouse wouldbe repeal of all actions of the Flagler County are A. B. Johnston J meats t
dedicated in a fitting cere- "i, city commission in conflict Raymon Tucker, and OF LEE BLAKELY
mony Thursday, July 28. Mr. herewith; and provides for a County Agent Don''' Jordan., Alternates DIES IN TENNESSEE COUNTY BOARD TO .
C. C. Long, president' of the referendum, are Louis Steflik and Clifford M. Blakely, 66, EXAMINE BUDGET'
Bunnell Civltan Club, was Alfred Tucker. Knoxville, Term., passed away The, Board of County Commissioners .
dedication committeeman. According 'ito section, ,4 ;of ,Wednesday July 19, after a will meet tonight '
(.:.) the new bill the''Flagler lengthly ll neu. He was the Thursday) State Road Department en. Beach City Commission will A public hearing to discuss brother pf Lee Blakely, Bun study Flagler County's 1967
gineers had established head have to hold a special election the 1967.68 tentative school nell.Lee 68 tentative budget '. ''
quarters at the hotel In Shell on or before Dec nebel 15 budget has been' set for Friday was visiting his brotherin The commissioners will seta
1967 vote July 28, at 7:00 : m. in Tennessee at the time
Bluff and were actively engaged for electors to Upon p of date for the equalization
in surveying two pro the question. the county. courthouse' his death. meeting at tonight's meeting.
posed routes of State Road 28 :... _. .
from Palatka to Bunnell, according -
to J. W. Campbell,
onwer of the Shell Bluff hotel. PARKING LOT
Colfax Lodge No. 54 of Bun There will be a public meetIng .
nell had a big time when District of the Taxpayers Association
r Deputy F. R. Gale and of Flagler Beach Friday
his staff from Daytona Beach July 28 at 7:30: p. m. at the
came up to install officers. Flagler Beach Elementary
The work was exemplified in School.
an impressive manner with G
An .
attempt to make a parking
S. Pratt as noble
grand, Henry
lot of of
a portion the City
S lyerds as vice
Robert Park will be discussed.All .
Hamilton as secretary.
(-:.) taxpayers are invited to
Mr. and Mrs. A. V Wickljne this special meeting.
had purchased the stock torn
J.V. Tescher Grocery Company Officers of the organizationare
,; and moved the entire George Moody, presidentand
stock to their building on Mrs. B. S. Say, secretary.ACP :4M
Central Ave., Flagler Beach, :
where they were formerly engaged PAYMENTSAND
In the same business.

(.:.) REQUESTS t _
Co E. Ranger began deist .
b-... at hfc aaw kxHi 8t Johns, Clay and Flag r r
in the Luna Vbta hotel btilM- A9CB County office Manager, ?
lag and had one of the most B. E. Whit, reminds farmers
attractive stores in Flakier AIM iMMMfal to fOpOR Ailoooflated t.a 1r
Beach. .,ACP pracatoM by
tile due .... Ms author.huttion .
BROTMUBONLBAVI IlOlli made M poaffble to
start making Ant period pay ,j rI V' Ft Wit y .
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ments on reported practices. Sri
Danny Quantx,
USS Fremont Norfolk; Ta. Second period alp.up !soar a ,
and his brother Pre Dawris in process and will con 1 4

Quantz, US Army Ft Hood, ttaaw through August 11, 1967. Photo by Theo C, lids
Texas have returned to their To accept requests Mr. White Miss Delores Deen, right was Sharyn Abraham first runner eanit: at Jacksonville Beach on
bases after spending a leave will be in Green Cove Springs crowned "Miss Fiftieth Anni up and on the left is Miss Saturday August 26. BUM
visiting their parents R. D. August tat and 8th and Bun versary" at the beauty pa* Peggy Mtssinne second rum Boon has been entered a*
and Leola Quantz, Daytona nell, August, 3rd and 10th between cant sponsored by the: Flagler nerup. "... 50th Anniversary", MM
Beach and their grandparents 10:00: a. m. and 3:00p. : Woman's Club during the The three attractive sues Abraham will rapwatiit Flag.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Shope, Flag- m. The Hastings office will county's 50th anniversary celebration will be contestant in the lee OoMhty and Miss hilliness,
ler Beach. be open dally Center is Miss Florida Crown Beauty Pag- "M Flagler Beach",
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111 TOURS- JULY 27. 1967

Jfflaglrr GIrtbunr CLASSIFIED t

I N con FO R,A TED Western Select

LEN t WILSON oaW.h .. Beef Liver

Editor and Publisher,
I RATE-4e per word. Minimum

BETTE New SMcDANlEL'Editor charge per issue $1.00.

..1Dflilpat.d lb 49

SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain
fet all
Legal Ad""'.... fields installed; Rota-Roter
snail shell. Reasonable prices.

Call George Jarosz, 437-3410 U. S. D. A. Choice "FULL CUT" .
Entered ** second 'lau matter 8-1-tf
February 6. U1J.. et the post
office at Bunnellr Florida.t-under FOR:SALE 2 acres nicely 98
Act of :March 8. 1S7S. landscaped. Small home, well ROUND STEAK Ib.Ib. .

10. Per Cep- secluded, off Old Haw Creek
Road, $2,900. Joe Martel. .
One Year --.-.$3.50Slz 2tc
July 20 27,
Meatbs! __.__..-_:.00 Choice Juicy :

Outside Flaclcr C.n.ty WANTED: Will buy LIVE

94J09 Per Year Rattlesnakes, Indigo Snakes, '89'
Coral Snakes and large moc- CUBEChoice STEAK
casins. Moody's Taxidermy .

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Shop, Idleson Building. Ph. ,
437.3989 Bob ,
Sealed bids will be received In July 20, 27, Aug. 3, 10, 4tp Juicy
the office of the City Clerk of theCity
of Bunnell. Florida In the
Civic Center Building until 4:30p. Household furniture Including

A.. m.D.on 1967 the, for\day t of August glass, sliding door and win. ALL MEAT STEW Ib.69Lyke'
an approximate total of 1,155 ft.of dow; gas refrigerator auto-
sidewalks uslnsr ready mix, matic 'Ice maker} 1 ton air-
Ib. S de-
concrete of 8.000 test \
walks to be 4 ft. wide 4 In. conditioner; Cabin cruiser, 25
thick strike every 4 ft. Contractor ft. Owens; 6 stainless steel
to be responsible for. grade.
Sidewalk to be located on the sinks, 60 in. with upper cabinets "Sugar Creek" SLAB Azalea "ALL MEAT'FRANKS
east side Of an t. from E. ; shallow well pump;

the Moody east Blvd.side to,of flowq 8. Lacher, St.on awning window, 53 1-8 x SMOKED BACON ,
from E. :Moody Blvd. to Court 5018. And many other usable ,

Ave E. Moody and Blvd.on the from south Bacber side St.of Items..208 Lambert St. Flagler .J I 12 oz. 398
to Anderson Bt. Beach. July 20, 2tp Sliced Free 530 Cello Pkg I
The City Commissioners reserve : :
the right to reject any and '
all bids and to waive any informalities FOR SALE: 53 Chevrolet,
In bidding tires. Starts and
good good
WITNESS my hand and official Phone 439- Valleydale "Fully Cooked" SMOKED (9-12 lb. Avg.) (HALF OR WHOLE)
runs good. $75.00.
seal this 25th day of July, A. D.
1967. 2385.
/ / Shelton B. Barber, Mayor !
City of Bunnell, Florida FLAGLER BEACH LOTS

ATTEST/ /,Nancy: C. Rodgers,City" Clerk 50 ft. Ocean front lot north ,of
July 27-Auet.! 8-2tcr Flagler Beach, $3,500: 2 lots HM "Ib 59

LEGAL,ADVERTISEMENT on Central 1.ve.,.$3,000; 2 lots .
IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF on Daytona! Ave., $2,500. Bar :
TUB *EVHNTI JUDICIAL. ker &: Wilson, Inc., Realtors &
Auctioneers Tribune
NO.'BS55 Bunnell.,.Phone, 4373282.

ANNA' DEIXAQUILUA Plaintiff VI.CLARA TO /WHOM. IT MAY .CON- I ALL VallelidaJe MEAT SMOKED SAUSAGE ,lb.............:...._..... 4ge I ILyke'
Defendants MITCHELL'et a', CERNi-I. :will not 'be responsible
NOTICE OF fCUIT'I'O FORECLOOH for any debts made by
MORTGAGE Elaine ,Bennett
or by anyone
TODelaware Valley. Financial*"*otherthan 1 lb.,Can
Suite Corporation 8100 Bennett CORNED For '4. *.. -:F (GER'S

New 7Yo kir NewepYork 10817 6 tp- June 29.Aug.,3.RUMMAGE BEEF HASH 3 $100

You are hereby'notified that a C OF F E ETOMATOES
Complaint td foreclose a certain SALE on new and Ga. Red (Limit: 3)) No. 303 Can
mortgage on the following: described -
property, to-wlt: used clothing and) shoes. For
Lots 1 and 18, Block 1(8. In Hackney's Furniture, Friday'and 3 3ge
the Town of Bunnell. Florida 1 47 e'
Saturday: ; ltp.
on file In the office of Tin
the Circuit Court In Map Giant Size .
Book 2. Deed Book Cushioned 97c
page Fatigue Rugs,
87, "ie 289, Flagler Count each.:Jerry's; Furniture & Ap- \ Each 1 with $5.00 or more food.order:
Florida Together with : JOYJolliPac 4geLimit .
: furniture, furnishings, pliances, Old Dixie Hwy., 2 ---
contained fixtures and therein improvements, miles South of Korona. Phone :
has been filed against you and 4373752. Itc. Giant Twin Pack

are other required defendants to serve and a that copy you of FOR RENT 1 bedroom furnished POTATO CHIPS Each 3ge DELITE
your Answer or pleadings to
Complaint on plaintiff's attorney apartment, for bacheloror
Donald R.: Corbett. P O.
Just inside
couple. painted
Box 2388. 205 N. Rosalind Orlando New 0 LEO.
Florida, and file the original and outside, '$38.00 monthly :
Answer or pleadings In the Includes water and garbagefee. tifGHTER For .,
office of the Clerk of the Circuit 3 590
Court on or before the 28th day .. 4373304. July 27, Itc Ibs.
of August. 1987. If you fall to do ........ ;
so. judgement against by you default for the will relief betaken FOR SALE OR TRADE 2 (in Solids) 29'.

demanded In the Complaint. Whole Separately Swift' JEWELSHORTENING
This notice shall be publishedonce
each week for four consecutive 1-8N Tractor, runs good. New
weeks In Flagler Tribune. rear tires.

Bunnell.DONE Florida AND ,ORDERED this 21st day at 1 new 6 ft. disc. Adjustable. FROZEN FOODS -
of July 1967. 1-2 disc turning plow.

Clerk.GEORGE Circuit M. MOODY Court, Flag 14 disc bedder. Ib.
ler County, Florida 1 leveling blade. 3" Tin 47 e Frosty Acres 10 Oz. Pkg.
By: Janice Murray,
Deputy Clerk. 1-2 wheel trailer, good tires. STRAW For
July Z7Uc.Flagler 1-6 ft. EZ. Flow fertilizer distributor Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order BERRIES Z 490Biro's

1 shallow well pump. ;Eye "NEW" WHIPPED TOPPING
Espanola, Florida-6 lots- FRESH
cash or terms. See or call PRODUCE COOL WHIP Pint
after 9:30 p. m. Mark Han Zge

RG pS nah 4373392. Itc.EGUIAR1Y Fresh Ky.BEANS. .


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TribuneBUNNELL 1 1)) Fresh CrispLETTUCE Size 47'Limit

PHONE 437.3282 Head 13e 1 with $5.00 or more food order


H. CRAIG, Funeral Director

JOHN CAPO. Manager Is] -


Phone ID 7-3H2 OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 437-3S27

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Happy, birthday this weekto HONORED WITH

TODAY-Dorothy Reed, Alice

Miss Carla Tucker, whose Clark, Mary Susan Brannam. Miss, Rabeth Hersey was

marriage to Buddy Taylor will FRIDAY-Anita Hirst, Shir guest of honor at..,a bridal

LJLL be an event of August, .was ley Schaeffler, Paquita Hugas. shower Thursday evening at
OCALLSHeidi complimented with a Lingerie SATIJRDAY-Lee Blakely, the'home of Miss Sherry Har.

Shower Thursday evening at Helen E. Johnson.SUNDAYHarry. gett, Lambert Ave.
Ithe Haw Creek Gozdowskl.
,Community The refreshment table,
Eisenbach Center. Mis. Tillman Robinsonand MONDAY-Sue Sisco Rid- which featured an artistic ,
Mary Susan Mrs. Hilda arrangement -
Hargett end son Miss Melanie dell Garnet Patterson Lee
Cody were ,
Brannam and James Alan Tommy Mrs. of dahlias and
Sadie Strick hostesses.j Taylor, Faye Massey, James
Brannam left Sunday for land and Mrs. Christine Deal roses, was decorated In pink
Indianapolis, Indiana. Heidi left Saturday for A summery color scheme, Allan Brannam. and white. Assisting .,the hostess
will visit In Indianapolis with Canada to visit Montreal' green and white, was used in TUESDAY Kevin Leroy In serving cake and
her great.grandmother, Mrs. Expo 67. the attractive shower decora. Danner, Ruth Hahn James E. punch to the guests were Mrs.

Dora Eisenbach and her great- Gene tions. Variegated umbrellaswere Bross. M. C Strickland, Jr. and Mrs.J. .
aunt Miss and Barbara Pache placed at WEDNESDAY-Louella C.
Dorothy Eisenbach. vantage. points T. Hargett
Mary Susan and James Alan and daughters, Barbara Jean In the room. Fleurie, Al Jones, Jr., Cora

will travel to Davenport, and Sharon and Delores Deen Games were enjoyed by the Buckles, Miles Moody.HOUSEWARMING Gifts were presented to the.
are spending a week In honoree in an attractive decorated
Iowa for a visit with their the !twenty-three invited guests '
W. I container.
brother, Levi Brannam, Jr. before Wadsworth beach homeat and prize winner was Miss
returning home. Painters Hill. Alllda Tucker. Games were enjoyed duringthe
I FOR MRS. STEFLIK evening and prizes were

" I ,':' Terry Mlttler plans to leave ." in The serving hostesses by were Misses assisted I.... "' won by Mrs. L. W. McMillan,'
Herschel and Peggy Leah"Tucker ,; The attractive new home of
King ', Mrs. Moore and
Tommy Mrs.P. .
spent the weekend In Arcadiaas Friday for his home In St. and Betty Ann,Monta- Mr. and Mrs. Mike Stefllk, A. Edmonson.
guests of Carl and Marguerite Louis, Mo. after a month's visIt na. 2504 Central Ave., Flagler
Twenty guests the
here attended
Hornsby, (former Bunnell with his grandparents, Beach, was the scene of a surprise ,
residents). Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kahlert. FORMER RESIDENT "Get Together Coffee"Saturday lovely affair. '
Wednesday evening the Kan- i .. ..f'
morning honoringHostesses '
Benton attended the M.S teIlik.:
Eisenbach I
returned Cross and Sword
home Friday after several In St. Augustine performance G. Brooks, Daytona for the delightful ,,
|days visit in Macon, Ga with : Beach, formerly of Bunnell, I affair were Mrs. Duane Deen, >' ', '
:friends. and Harold E? Cosbey of Los S Mrs. Gordon Shields and Mrs. Bess Estes was high ,scorer

fr'" Returning to Knoxville, Angeles, Calif, were united in Marvin Parker. They were assisted Tuesday when' the' Finesse:

Jennie Newell Tenn. Saturday after a week's marriage on July 4, 1967 at in serving ,by Misses Bridge Club met at her home
ter, Ginger and daugh visit here with Mr. and Mrs. 7:30 p. m. ''Th* ceremony was Grace Mechele and Betty for bridge luncheon. Second
Tuesday returned home Ullard White were Mr. and performed.the presence of Steflik. high was awarded to Roselee

where from Groveland and Mrs. Fred Newton and a few relatives and close Upon arrival guests enjoyed Cameron. The gronup will
visited several children, Mrs. Maude Hutton friends at the Central Baptist viewing the meet at 8 p. m. Tuesday, Aug.
days with picturesque rooms
Stanfleld.Mr. her mother, Mrs.. J. and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Keith. Church,, Daytona Beach, with of the spacious new home. 1 at the home of Mary Gurnee,

the ReV. Hal* Marchman offlclatlng. Twenty-five Invited guests Flagler Beach.ELIZABETH I ,

and Mrs. Daniel Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Stur- ; enjoyed the occasion.
and children Rodgers man returned home Sunday The couple had as their only "" GAIL MOODY

Bluff, Arkansas of Pine from a two week's vacation. attendants' Mrs. Richard Yelvlngton NEW HOMECOMPLETED
arrived Saturday Specialist and Mrs
They matron
for a visit with his parents Mrs. Bill Marshall with In Mr.Ocean and niece of the bride,of and honor best, Moody, III, Fort Monroe, Va.,
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Rod. announce the birth of ,
Md. man was a:
City, and the bride's brother
spent several Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
daughter born
J. F. July 16. She
days at Myrtle Beach Greene. \Tltusvllle. '
) C. have moved Into their new
'. weighed seven pounds and
They leavg,"
\ ugust 1 for Los
John home 1307
and Mardell Suther East Moody Blvd. six: ounces at birth
Angeles and ,
to was
land and Lisa Hirschi Is make their The four
children of' Vera a patient at home,where bedroom home is named Elizabeth Calk ,,,
Beach Flagler Hospital In Mr.Cosbey is employed \ of redbrick ; "
spent the weekend here Aug construction and Paternal grandparents ..
by ssick r are
with her mother ustine where she underwent'' Manufac has contra heat and air
Mrs. Neva a turing?Com>any.: -con Mr. and.Mrs. Robert Moody of
Eisenbach. tonsilectomy ditioning
Their morn '
daughter Bunnell.
Neva Sue, remained for a vis ing: Lisa is the daughter of : ", Y 1

It with her grandmother.Mrs. Mr. and Mr?. Semi Hirschi, ,', i ..... .
Espanola ; ,}

Laurie Yelvirigtpn), $e'- .** h"I : l. ;1'1i'

turned Saturday from "a two Judge and Mrs. W. L. Wads- ," "j irrigate ,'H,. ,:

week's'' visit In, Quincy. worth and laugtrter Mena left :
'*' .. Sunday for Montreal, Canada tj.1. : "

Vlkl Heln will enter'Stetson1,; ::1.; tb visit the 196T Exposition. .! ; '1.,;
University In DeLand I 'for ,
as a profitelectrically \'! '
freshman In September Vlkl Phil, Al and Leslie Dompe 4' ..,)., .,,__. 1- q .. \', r.
Is the .
daughter of Mr. and spent last week in Bunnell ,

Mrs. T. C. Hein, 1301 ,$, Cen., with their grandparents, Phil n' {'"
tral Ave., Flaglef Beach. Stet and Doris Johnson. The child !!

son's enrollment for the fall ren (and their father, AI"\ ,

Include semester Is 1,750 which will Dompe, Jr. of Tltusvllle) visited 4 Tr I a '.,."
nearly 500 freshmen. here while their mother .
: \
Sally Dompe was a patient at
Gordon and Maxine Buck Halifax Hospital In Daytona

les and children are visiting Beach. This week the Dompe /

in Goldsboro, N. C. with her family is' visiting with Mr. (

parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. and Mrs. Dompe, Sr. at Flag

Fetterly. ler Beach. I I ... ,. I
Recent guests of the ,Ollff Pearl
Blakely and her
were his
parents; Mr. daughter
and Marge visited in Or
Mrs. Quinn
Saxon of Met lando
ter, Ga. Sunday with former
Bunnellites, Richard and

Seaman Louise Cantrell and C. H. and
2/c Peter Misch, Henri
Muzyka. On
left Tuesday,
visit Thursday after a ten-da y Ann Hunter and children also
with his
parents. Mr. visited In Orlando with them.
tuia Mrs.
Stanley Germak,
Flagler Beach. Peter is'stationed
Melba Brannam .
and Frances
Key West
) Navy Base. Edmonson visited Silver
Springs Sunday
Enjoying a trip to Six Gun ,

Territory television:to see "Bud" of the Mr. and Mrs. A. C Grosholz I

were Mrs. series "Flipper", and children of Ft. Morgan, '"""---L
Carolyn Smith
and Colo.
have returned
children, David after '
.Chuck, Rus a week's visit here with r For farms and
sell and an electric :
Sharon 'irrigation "
Mary Way her ,
sister and
brother .
in law
Jim 'I
eron. and Christine Cam. Lloyd and Edith Robertson at I system will increase higher-quality yields. ;.

the Robertson!'beach home. ,.' It's 'I
Also I 1 a profit-making, labor-saving produc i"J i t'
visiting here
Christine ;
turned Cameron has re insons was her mother, Mrs. tion tool that's right as rain. and much
to her I
after two week's home visit In Tampa here Ga.Inez Anderson ,of Cartersville, Y ,} :;:4 : more dependable. Turns water on and off ; \ .

, with her uncle and aunt, Mr. automatically.An 1
and Mrs. W. B.
Way. Cordell '
and Marjorie
Robertson i
Walton and son Greg spent electric motor gives year after oL ..' I
and Alice year i
are Johnston last week at the Robertson /I .d ,+;j efficient trouble-free ,
vacationing in service. 'f
Kansas. beach I Simple
home, Flagler Beach. 'l pump r i I.t ,
-- control with a time clock or float switch. ,

BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENSFREE : /, : '' Remember, there's no match for f flamele !: ,.'

1 '; electric it's cheaper, too!

ESTIMATES i : "1 See your equipment dealer or contact 'I


Lea sta g-PI.. Hardwood
Now ,
Serving Bunn ll and All Surrounding Areas, 0',, ", $..# HHLE4THE '1'LoNlM

90 Mile 1 <, ;.; .J s .. .
Radius $.('..... .;: '

Call Collect 437-3613 '1,S'S., .,.' '

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Inez Crenahaw and This week's r. '
Mrs. recipe was submitted .
Mrs. Edward A. Kruger, Flag by Mrs. Charlotte Q uantityteserved Rights
I ler Beach residents, are spending Bratcher. Texture of the cake WE GIVE } .
is similar to METISSUPER .
pound cake and
several weeks in the Swiss
orange marmalade adds a
Alps following fifteen-day, distinctive taste.Sunshine. Prices Good

tour of Russia. Cake Thurs., Fri., Sat. '

They arrived In Belgium in Bake 350 degrees for 1 hour. VALUE and Monday,
May and visited in Englandand Sift ,together: MARKET July 27, 28, 29
Scotland before returningto 3 cups plain flour. STAMPS and 31, 1967
Belgium for the Russian 1% teaspoons baking soda.
tour. The tour included a trip 1 teaspoon salt. 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437-3201

through the Iron Curtain Set aside sifted ingredientsand 1 ..
countries of East Germanyand work with a spoon Until 4
'Poland and a flve-day soft. .
Armour Star Armour Star Armour Star
stay In Moscow. Following % cup margarine. Graduallyadd ': .
!their stay in Switzerland they : CHUCK SMOKED CHUCK ,
will go to Florence. Italy fora 1 cup sugar.

month's visit before return. 1 tablespoon grated orange STEAK PICNICS ROAST'
ing home. rind. :
1 teaspoon vanilla.
MRS. ru DELL HONOREDON 3 eggs well beaten. i

94th BIRTHDAY 1*A cup cup orange raisins.marmalade. .. lb. 55; Ib., 43 : 'lb\55- K

During the social hour of the Add dry ingredients alter. .

Royal Neighbors meeting nately to mixture with 1 cup .. "
Monday night, at the home of buttetmIlk. Mix until smtftyi >. Tender Select Lean Tender Florida Grade 'A" ,
and into )1ihct
Mrs. Herbert Allen, members pour greased '
celebrated the 94th birthday floured tube pan. Frost wftrf. BEEF ALL-MEAT FAMILY! AK
anniversary of Mrs. Susie Sis butter. frosting. *B I

co RlddelL The hostess, Mrs. Butter Prating "v LIVER STEW' FRYERS : :
Florence Norcross, served cake 1 cup butter. N
and ice cream to the honoree 1 teaspoon vanilla. >

and members. 1/3 cup evaporated milk. 419; : 5 .Ib, $179"t I f
Mrs. Irene Durrance, Oracle, 2% cups sifted confectioner 1 lb. lb. 69- Bag '
presided during the business sugar. t
session. 1 tablespoon grated orange

peel. j ,
WADSWORTHS ENTERTAIN Beat: until smooth. 'U..S. Choice, (Boneleu) ht Grade Ahnour Star ..

worth entertained with a din. .
ner party Thursday night at Mrs.. Otto C Lucht the .
the River Club, Jacksonville. former Miss Irene King, and s1iiK BACON ROAST :
Joining the hosts for dinner son, Kevin of Decatur, Illinois, ,. "
were Mr. and Mrs. Lew Wads arrived Tuesday for an extend '
worth, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Me- ed visit with her parents Mr. 0 .
Arthur, Femandlna. Mr. and and Mrs ,W. H. King and her lb.. lb. 59- .Ib. 69p '

Mrs. John Pace, Jacksonville, 'brother in law and sister, Mr. .'J ,
and Mrs. J. B. Matherly and
Mr and Mrs. Frank Upchurch, I
... .
St. Augustine and Mrs. Kate niece, Beth. # '
Clegg Fernandina. Mr. Lucht, executive of acorn Tender,.D 1Icious l : Armour Star Lean Delicious rCUBE'
: i
...-- processing company in '
FAMILY Ground Beef
KEXTH.WATMAN Illinois, is on a three-week 9ftd '
2Ib..... .
business trip to Central America .j. .u .
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Keith, South America, Puerto STEAK 'STEAKS
Knoxville, Tenn. announcethe Rico and Jamaica. He will .
engagement of their join the family in mld-August : Danny' (Pure Pork) "
daughter, June Elizabeth, to for a two-week vacation before 4.. t'"'' \
John Wayne Wayman, son of the Luchts return to their lb. 89' lb: :69' 21.9ge "
Mr. and Mrs. C W. Wayman home la Dacatur. Illinois. '; ..\
Kingsport, Tenn. Miss Keith :"V ..*:* jWfe -.-**. ,. ,
is the niece of Mr. and Mrs. ELECTED TO ., .
Lillard White of Bunnell. .
The wedding is planned for Martha White (Plain or S. R.) Canada Dry FlavorDRINKS
8 p. m. August 12 at Second William F. (Bill) Taylor,
Methodist Church :in Knox. Korean war veteran and son .
ville. of Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Taylor, : .. '..,FLOUR : ,
Flagler Beach, was recently ,
COCKTAIL PARTY elected Commander of the ,. .
Kentucky Department American ., .! S'lb.
FOR PHARMACISTS Legion at the annual c :;',Bag 39- Big 28 oz. O

George and Virginia Moody state convention In Paducah, BoUie.1 0 .
entertained a group of Flying '
Pharmacists and their wiveS Ky.Commander Taylor and his Limit (1) with purchase of $5.00 or
Limit (6)) to customer. Plus DepositKraft
,ait a cocktail party Saturday family are frequent visitors to more food order a
evening at their home, 504 Flagler Beach.ENTERTAINS.
Moody Blvd., Flagler Beach.
Following the delightful ESPANOLA
the enjoyed din (All Purpose)
party group NEIGHBORS CLUB Florida Grade "A" Medium ,
ner at Kings Cellar In Daytona "
Beach. Mrs. Claude Barrow enter. '
tamed the Espanola Neighbors OIL .
BIRTH Club Thursday eveningat ;
her home on Orange Street.
/I Reverend and Mrs. Atlee F.
Mrs. Ruben Edwards, secretary 32 oz. "
Stevens, Lake Mary, Florida' presided during the bus. Btl. 49- ; ft :
announce the birth of a iness meeting.The t 2 DozLimit < 69
daughter born July 13 at a.
Sanford Hospital She weighed hostess served a tempt. Limit (1) with purchase of $5.00 or ;
, sweet to twelve
and two ouncesat ing course
eight pounds food order ((4)) Doz. Please
birth and was named Kay members attending.The more l
Nanette Stevens. August meeting will be ...... ;
The Rev. Stevens is a former at the home of Mrs. Harry Mc. MArell HouseINSTANT '
pastor of the Flagler Beach Kenney, US Hwy. No. 1.

First Baptist Church.
: 69C ,
Mr. and Mrs. Oliff Saxon,
O. F. ALFORD Bunnell, are the parents of a

Registered daughter born Tuesday July Limit ((1) with purchase of $5.00 or more food order. I :
18, 9:40 p. m. at Bunnell Gen
Real Estate Broker eral Hospital. She weighed j jI i
eight pounds at birth and was .'
BunnelL Florida. Bakery Frozen Foods Produce *
.-.A ... named Rebecca Lynn Saxon. I I 'j
Pillsbury As t Flavor Fresh Green I'I IBiscuits

.___ b___..._ BilukftifiI Cabbage, Ib......... 9. "

ON TIME Can......,............. 10'ICE e V2 Gal MILK.......,.......... 59 e Yellow' (Cooking) I

501 3 Onions lb Bag, ........... 33 e I
CERTIFICATESMINIMUM Kraft (Fresh) '' Morton's 22% more meat
Fresh String

VOLUMA MXWC-90 DAYS Orange Jutee, ME-ATPre, Beans, Ib............ 19 e
COUNTY RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY % Gal........;....... 49- 4 For................. QOg
NATIONAL Fresh (Yellow)

Squalh, lb......". 19 e ';
BANK Ph. 677-M17 175 W. Ouaadet Kraft ((16 StW) ;, J Master Chef ,
: Red er Yellow (De1ibIOSs) '
OrmoAd Boch, FtocM Amtrieaa r MMMI l-:FWWjlib.

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(lENTil JUDICIAL CIHCUIT. IN ADMITTED: Dwight Boykin, Edwin Hughes, Alfred Thurs-

t 3 h TV AND FLORIDA FOIL FLAGiLKlt COUN.h TAX FUNDS AREDISTRIBUTED HEWS Mobile; Ala.; Wayne Green, ton, John Henry Mercer, Harry

J i CIVIL ACTION Ne. 184 i Ormond; Florence Colby Or. Gerdes Jack Abbott, 'John Kinney -

JOYCE Plaintiff I. WILLIAMSON .1 mandj Edwin Hughes, Jacksonville Archie Arnold, Dewight

WILLIAMSON Fred O. (Bud) Dickinson, ; Otis Evans, Cross Boykin, Otis Evans Pansy
JOB Jr., Comptroller of Florida reported Melba and infant
Defendant FIRST METHODIST City; Taylor, Palatka; Jones Joan Saxon
,9 NOTICE TO APPEAR AND that distribution of BUNNELL Bruce Holton, Pulaski Va.; daughter, Nellie Tinker, Gregory -
J ANSWER state racing tax funds pro. Harry Gerdes, Flagler Beach; Sherman Glover
IN THE NAM! OF THE STATE Her. Oliver Taylor, Pastor : Price, ,
J OF FLORIDA vided Florida's counties with \ Archie Arnold, Joan Saxon Melba Taylor, Jeanette Bertha
TOl JOE WILLIAMSON, WHOSE $19,765,000 during the 1966-67 Sunday School, 9:45'a. m. Artie
I TOST OFFICK ADDRESS AND Worship Service, 11:00 a. mi Steward Campbell, 'and Artie Steward. ,
RESIDENCE ARE UNKNOWN. fiscal year which ended June Celestlne Spates, Joe Arnold
< You are hereby notified thata 30. Methodist Youth Fellowship, III. Natalie Hannah Carl Me- "Yankeesgo
they yell
suit has been Overseas
brought against 6:30: p. m. .
Judicial you In the Circuit.Circuit Court In and. Seventh For Dickinson said the sum 2 Blocks East* of HighwayNo. Kejvip. all of Bunnell. home" while here at homewe

Flagler County Florida by amounted to a disbursementof 1, Lambert StreetST. DISMISSED:: Henry Wells, look at the grocery bills
JOYCK I. WILLIAMSON, Plaintiff $295,000 for each of the 67 Donna Fllklns Sandra Ryals, and think to ourselves "rela-
to land file,you personally are hereby or by required attorney counties during'th&42 month THOMAS'EPISCOPAL \ Dickie Newton, Betty Smith tives go home."
with the Clerk of Bald Court fjscal period. '
your Answer or defenses to the The Rev. Robert,Stuart LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
Complaint In said cult, on or be The total distribution for Priest in/ -_
fore-the 10th day of August A. all counties duringthe 1. Charge ST ATE RANK: ."01
D. 1967 and also to serve a copy year Morning Worship il:30: a. m. I REPORT OF CONDITION -CITIZENS BANK OF BUNNEI/I" OF
of your Answer or defenses upon exceeded by, $335,000 the racIng School 3:30 t IIUNNELI IN TUB STATE OK FLOKI"A AT THE CLOSE OF
Messrs. Oaslnsky and Krol tax windfall which the ; Church p. m.. Ilt'SINES ON JUNK; 30r 1W7 .
Attorneys for Plaintiff at their Thursday; .\ ASSETS '
offices at 411 Main Street, Daytona counties received during the Communion' first -Sunday of Cash, balances with other banks and cash Items in process -

fore*the Beach.10th Florida day of, August on or ,bt'a1t6JCe previous fiscal year, said each month. United of States collection Government uuuu.n..u..u.-.S obligations .......u..u........... 959.150.00 11'73.360.08 I
as required by the Flor Dickinson. Obligations of States and political subdivisions......-......... 808.546.81
of Civil Procedure' and Three mileseast: .Bunnell Securities of and or ................ None
herein fall not or a default. will The Comptroller made the on highway 100. Other securities ( eluding none Corporate stocks). None
be entered against you. comments as he released his Federal funds,sold and securities purchased under agreements -
i You are further notified that to resell _..._............ .... .. .. None
the name of the Court Id which report of county allocations of BUNNELL FIRST BAPTIST Other loans and discounts ..._.._u.......................___..._..._.__.- 2.840.958.70
said suit has been Instituted Is race track receipts for June Bank premises furniture and fixtures, and other. assets., '
the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial the last month of the fiscal Charles D. ,Anders, Pastor representing bank premises ..._._....._.......- ...... 134,973,89. '
:Circuit of Florida. In and Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Sunday Real estate owned other than bank premises._.._w.-. .None
For Flagler County and that year. I. { Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding -
the title of said suit la as here- School. ,- ; : ..-. None. '
Inabove set forth. ..According& the report, < 11:00'a.m.. Morning Worship Other assets"V.V.V.V""r."V..7.Vr.::: ::: :::::: : :::-..:.'......................:::.: .. .. 4.564.60
t You are further notified that each
the nature of said suit Is a suit county's share of the tax 700pm. Training Union TOTAL ASSETS ._.-..........................._...._....._.....
tor divorce and permanent care for June amounted to 14000. 8:00pm: : Evening Worship.Wed. .
custody and control of the minor The month's total disbursement LIABILITIES
children. .: 7:3GGp.m., Prayer Demand deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations .
0 1itNn'II hand and official $938,000 was divided Service. .. : __...__.._......_........._._._ 1,218,758.06.
e Flagler County, equally thestate's Time and savings"d'eposits"'oTl: Individual. partnerships,
Florida this 6th day of July among' Nursery all services. .t. and corporations ............ .?....._..-........-. 2.429,885.78.:
A. D. 1961. counties. 2 Blocks East of stoplight, Deposits of United States Government .._...._.....__._ None
If GEORGE M. :MOODY The current Legislature is Deposits of States and political subdivisions_....._...__.__ 878,031,44,
,/ as Clerk of the Circuit Moody Boulevard._ Deposits of foreign governments and official institutions :,, ,
} Court of Flagler Coun- seeking a new distribution central banks and International institutions.None
j ty. Florida formula for the race tax fund. Deposits of commercial banks ..-._-........_...._.._.__....-.._ None
:Murray BUNNELL Certified and officers' checks, etc..._.........._....._.._.__.. 32049.68,!
,OFFICIALJCOUI11: Whether or not the formula PENTECOSTAL TOTAL DEPOSITS ._. ............ 14.558,724.86 '1 .
.( SEALr) 'II Is changed, (the next distribution HOLINESSRev. (a) Total demand deposits ....._-....._........_..._tl.793.S60.09 ;\'r
..OSSINSKY AND KROU will be made John Lingold, Pastor (b) Total time and savings deposits _._.....,12,765,364.77 '
; not until
Attorneys for Plaintiff Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agree
411 !Main Street November 1967 as the fundsare Sunday School, 10:00 a. in.. ments to repurchase ....-......-._....__... None
,Daytona Beach, Florida allowed Worship Service, 11:00: a. m. Other liabilities for borrowed money ._...____....__.... None
? July IS, 20. 27 and Aug.' 2LLEOAL tq accumulate Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank
during July' August, September Life ,Diners Service, 6:30 : and outstanding ......._.._..........-..._.......<-........->.... .' None
| ADVERTISEMENT "j I Other liabilities (Including I none mortgages and other ,
and October.. p.m. .
liens on bank premises and other real estate)......_....... None \
,TO.<< WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Evening Evangelistic Service

any 0 Beginning' indebtedness M ot July incurred\, 1967.by Motels have not caught"theI ,' 7:30 p. m. i TOTAL LIABILITIES ............................._---......_.--.. 4.558,724.86_

anyone la property Deen,..Rose CAPITAL ACCOUNTS I".,'
public's In ;
'known : rfmt: KENTUCKY fancy France as.in (a) Capital notes and debentures .......-.-..-...-........ ,,.. None,
{MOTEL & GIFT SHOP located the U. S. Only about 50 have (b) Preferred stock-total par value _..................... -.....'...'_""' None'
at tOOO So. Ocean Shore Blvd., THE1 METHODIST CHURCH 'Nbtishares outstanding-none -.-. -_ ..
Flagler Beach Is not to be been built to date. Flagler r Beach (c) Common stock-total par value ..............traTjrfrn"frNo. ..',150000.00
Gladys: or assumed by B. V. '. shares authorlted-1,500 '" T-
or Taylor, former owners Reynold Nelson' Hoover '' No. shares out.tandlnar-lGOO .
and. operators LEGAl ADVERTISEMENT Surplus ............_....................._...... ............._:_.........'?.-_../.!:..i 200000.00 ,
_July IS, ZOo 27 Aug. S, 4tc Mornfofc Worship 9.30 ajn. Undivided profits ..........._................_.._..___...__.. 88429.12
IN TUB COUNTY JUDGE'S (September-May) 11 a. m. :' Reserve for contingencies and other capital ruerves--.. 25,000.0i
LER COUNTY FLORIDA IN Choir jBehearsal, Wed., 6:45' TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ......._..,.......____.....?"._._. 468.429.12
PROnATNo. p.m.. ...
Men's t
IN RE: Eatat of meets theflrst ..... '..
.& JJPHOLSTRY WORKS VINNIE WILSON Mtda 41L each* ,inontfi* at j _U. MEMORANDA t .
Deceased-. Af' r&ge. of 'titdepe4lq... for 15 calendar days end- A
710.12 Lemon St. NOTICE OP FINAL Ml REPORT? 7:30, ix-nik .J" ..s..auar.w ing with cal; date gfc_,.l ..Ire, .........-4-.....__..........__ 4.478,931.363
.. AND APPLICATION Woman's. Society of Chris- Average of total loans for t 15 calendar days end- r
'Palatka, Florida DISCHARGE KOIl"' : tlon Service the 2nd Tlrnn- '! Ing with call date .....-....--........._.._....____....,...., 2,557,994.52;
All persons are hereby notified Loans as shown In item-,7 of "Assets" are after deduce -
Phone EA 5.9166 that the undersigned ar executrix day* 9:30.iiV. ? ; tion of valuation reserves'of.:....-..._......__.._.__ 29,761.78
';Furniture, UpholteringRepaired of laid estate has completed Titles M, shown In Items %-5 of "Assets" are after '
the administration thereof, ", South Daytona* Avenue. eduction j lot valuation reserves or._......__.__.._ None
r & Refinished and has filed la, said court her <1L J, i-1tsT i F_ : President of the above named bank do
Mattresses & Box Springs discharge.final report Objections'and application thereto for If'4},** roO ARTIST CHURCH" I L"Mb ba w>dktb&ttthl. .report and belief.of condition la true and correct to.'

Made to Order, Also Renovated any, should be duly filed. After ;,.tFiagler Beach rJr: ), "Correct-Attest. : Charles E. Creal
filing proof of publication showing Max ,! Lily J. Creal .; ,
HalL Pastor
Call Laura Morris 437-3233 : this notice nas been published John A. Clegff '
once a week,{or four consecutive Sunday School: 9:45.: r ,.. O. F. Alford . .
? After 6:00 p. M.t weeks of the: matter of approval MorniniT> ;'Worship: 11:00< | (SEAL) .'i State' of Florida. County of Directors Flagler. '
the ss:
;!PRICES REASONABLE t'a distribution of said oredaring t.+ Evening Worship: 730.: | and'i/,"worn' to'!and subscribed before me this ITth day of July U61. i
BUDGET estate will come before the hereb/certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank
PLAN IF NEEDED court d", Wednesday Prayer'Meeting: AUDRY B. MCKNIGHT, '
Just as near as your First publication! July 13th; 7:30.' AT-i- nJ ; commissionsexpir a Sep d12 at Large. I
Phone or Post Office 1967 ESTEtiLA* >J ADAMSAs On the corner of Third and i My 1969.

:Drop Us a Card or Call Ex: estate.$utrlx<"ofsald'-: Central t 1 tapCATHOLIC:: ,\ I

Pick-up & Delivery
P. O. Box 296 CHURCHES

.( Attorney Bunnell. ,Florida for Executrix; v 1 > ne.,..Fr: Anthony Leon, PastOr j Flagler County Insurance

July 13. ZOo 27.. Aug-. 3. 4te ST. MART'S KORONA .
I Sunday Mass: 7:30: a.m. '

Weekday Masses: Mon., Wed., Agency Inc.
arid Friday at 8:30 a.m. ,
i HANNAH ., Sunday mass: 9:00: a.m. All Forms' of Insurance
ROBERT L. i Weekday Masses '
: Tues. and '
i 105 North
Bay Street
I Thurs. at 8:30 a.m. -:- Phone 437.3171


& Dedicated to dignity service and economy. Lowest cost Sunday Mass: 10:30 a.m. I
i Weekday Mass: Saturday at BONDS

i i by far in the entire area on any service of your choice. 8:30 a.m \

j We Invite your comparison. Serving all faiths.


;<] CALL'' WZ 7611 TOLL FREE Flagler Beach
Rev. R. W. Dlckert Pastor

Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.

I Worship Service, 11 a. m.

Communion every first Sun. -
day of each quarter.
you Daytona Avenue South of




u Ors YOUR

W. Pay Posto9.8oth Ways BIRTH MONTH
Use DBF 'Save-By-Mail" Service -- ---- -

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:E': ittAn4 arch CONDITION i R ..* PAIIITINCcPTest 1 No Charge For House Calls

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7 THURS. JULY 27. 1967 hold goods and personal ef other counties."

fects. In notices to assessors, GARDENINGIN
PARTY FUND FOR DOG Personal The bill to abolish the *ax Comptroller Dickinson stated, :
Muncie, Ind-Three boys had ; \ the tax "House Bill 824 eliminating I I s
was primary property
worked for three weeks run relief measure proposed to the I...........V,.'... rvwjg Anti personal FLORIDA 'rl I IJ
ning errands, and collectingpop Household Items Legislature by Comptroller effects from the 1967 tax roll
bottles to earn $4.50 for a Dickinson. It cleared the Leg. has passed both houses and is ,..
party. Doyle Sylvester, 11, his islature with overwhelmingSenate now before the Governor. We Don't give your lawn a close
brother, Danny, 10, and Exempt From Tax approval and now Is have been assured it will be. shave when you return froma
Charles King, 12, forgot their on the Governor's Desk."I come law. This will take effect vacation.
party plans when they founda Comptroller of Florida FredO. next week. A crew-cut -- especially
mongrel dog with a broken (Bud) Dickinson have been assured that the
Jr., today after grass has grown tall
leg. They gave a veterinarian notified this bill, which will correct an "Please plan to eliminate
all and
county tax assessors shaggy Is more torture
their money to care for the Inequitable situation and pro- this assessment from your
to revise their tax rolls to (than most grasses can stand.
dog and still owe 850. vide relief for property tax 1967 rolL
remove assessments on house Get the grass back In the

owners, will be come law,
The assessors who already well groomed habit by nip
Dickinson said.
i, have submIttted their recapitulation ping only an inch or two at
The comptroller added that tables of assessment the first cutting. Then, after .,
ANNOUNCING "county savings to,.the prop rolls for the Comptroller's approval three*to five days, mow the. .
erty taxpayers of as much as Dickinson wired grass down to a height'of, 2
nearly $40' million will be "please plan to resubmit your inches. "
:: :THE OPENING OF realized by elimination of this recapitulatory form eliminating ,.
,: sure
. this assessment" Be to removethe( heavy
,I. ...., r Examples of assessment reductions clipping from the lawn. Leaving .
'. Dickinson noted that while reported by assessors the clippings,on the lawn
there will be large savings In Include the following: Dade, will almost.smother' the grass
COOK'Si some counties, .'th inequityof $39 million; Duval, $30 million to death. .
i this tax is reflected in the ; Palm Beach, $18.5'mU- Centipede lawns'.often take
fact that only negligible lion, and St Johns, $2.4 mil on.a yellowish cast following
amounts have been levied in lion. leaching summer rains.
You can restore the green
NOTICEGreen color back by spraying the
grass with ,an iron sulfate

Fuel Gas Service Inc. new office hours effective: solution Apply a spray mixture .
of 2 teaspoons of the,
Tuesday 1 1, 1967* '
Aug. August iron ,compound per 3 gallonsof .
Open Monday thru Friday 8:00 a. m.-5:00 p. m. water per 50 square feet
Closed all day Saturday and Sunday of lawn area. ChelateH.fron:
On weekends call, G. .Fuel office to obtain emergency products also are recommended
(Formerly Anderson's Drug Store) numberWe for coloring up a washed
believe our employees deserve a 2-day weekend. out colored lawn.
Your cooperation is appreciated. Don't become''al rmed If 1".

... Bob and Evelyn Cook Owners GREEKS FUEL GAS SERVICE you lawn.discover A number earwigs of home in own your" .
610 State Street BunneLL
ers have reported them. 't.
These vicious looking lltije
insects may startle you. How
I ever, the conspicuous pair "of .,
hooks at (the end of their .
abdomen belles their looks.
Earwigs do not live up to the
superstition of attacking people
In the ear.University .
DRUGS of Florida Agricultural
Experiment: Station
entomologists say earwigs are
., harmless to humans and are :
not apt to damage lawns.
I lie says they are commonly

-NOW, 0. P. E ,.N,. A,.; :< '.? : ', wood found in other piles plant beneath: under material.leaves boards They,and in

.. ". .,- -''t'-. .-._... -. '- : 1."* : become numerous 'In'well '
_." .\.I '7" : I '. kept lawns. Earwigs, are
largely scavengers feeding on
, i. ',' dead and decaying organic

III'r matter. They rarely damage.

f: Moody Blvd. plants.In the event you find earwigs

; are becoming a nuisance -
: you can try chlordaneor
'J toxaphene. Mny of the
earwigs will survive the Insecticide .
: application. However
PROFESSIONAL ARTS BUILDING the feeling that you are
I ... : getting revenge will give youa
,, .. ; moral victory even if the

.. .fi, Ii' earwigs remain as unwanted
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." Watch out for army wormsin
1 j the lawn. They can ruin
; BOB AND EVELYN COOK HAV&PURCHASED Bermuda and St. Augustinegrass

r. ,.. '., in a hurry. Sevin or
toxaphene will control this

:t' OUR SUNDRY BUSINESS AT 206 N. STATE ,. .1 : pest if used according recommenda to themnufaaturer's

., tions. DDT, an old stand-by
;. '... ; .;, ,: chemical will kill the worms

I ti,." .l',>, ST. (US 1)) AND WILL OPERATE A SUNDRY .r ; In-some. sections ANNUALS- .of_.the state.

Get ready for fall annuals. .
I\i; t Remember, most of the choice-

AND GIFT SHOP OPENING TUESDAY AUG. 1 j ,j jI August annuals and are September.planted dUring-.,

For best results, University
ornamental specialists recommend
sowing /the seeds in a
flat In these shallow boxes
you can control coodltfeM
better than U ;you planted the
APPRECIATE YOUR CONTINUED seed in the flower garden.
WE / To insure dlsease-free s ed.

:' lings, purchase disease-free
"PATRONAGE AND LOOK FORWARD TO seeds and plant them In clean
soil. You can make the Mil
\ free of amt gtnut, ,**<*i.
SERVING YOU! seed and sail ***-by.-bk-
ing the earth in an en for-
an hour and a half at .1TO'
Prior to planting, teat for
seed to prevent decay,
emergence, damping-o and
'- ANDERSON'S DRUGS. ; other aliments. It tak_ only
a couple of minutes to treat
a package of seed. All you
do is tear elf a corner of fee
packet, toss in a small pi
In the Professional Arts Building of seed pottctant, thmuJT,m.
opening and mix it wife the
MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL, FLORIDA seed by shaking tk.Md...
Sptrfon, Araa n .*JNBML r
an amonf the efeMtHftrywi
seeds.I .



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iTiIiiTiTiiTiTi!1I11l! !!!Url 1!&INrtlss! !iTi1i Jfll ii s!i PRIZE. CATCH FOR. BEACH RESIDENT.., 8-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE mUBS.. JULY 27 1967.I .

,I" !am J. Smith, son "of Mr.
HAPPENINGS h and Mrs. Raymond S. Smith,
: E. Moody Blvd., Bunnell, finished
1it.Hit.itfiiF.t.m\iliir.r.iiii! !\ "iLuu.udT.TuTT.! p. basic training at the Infantry
i School, Fort Benning,
Work has been completedon Georgia, July 14 and has been
air-conditioning the second (transferred to Fort Sam Hous
floor of the county courthouse. t.; ton, Texas for advanced training .
Contractors Dupont and Gor by the United States
don installed two additional 4r' Army. His addrdess 1st Private
units, a 7%-ton and a 5-ton : > E-l Sam J. Smith, RA
last week to complete the air. ..- 12 3SG 941, Co. D-4.,Class 3-D
conditioning of the entire: t. '1.' L4.1 i US MED TC, Fort Sam Houston
'TheF r*,'**' "_. tVki ( : fL1i Texas: ,
rf'f: ;: gler County Housing t \\
Authority Is In the process of r i

deeding their $70,000.00 sew r t' Trains that are capable of
age treatment plant to the running 120 miles 'an hour
City of Bunnell. t1:t,, Falling to yield right of will be used between Toronto
When the plant <,is turned [ way by motorists caused 19 and Montreal. Canadian National
over to the city fathers, the f i percent of all fatal auto ac Roalways said a trainon
Authority will pay the city l ;1 cidents, the National Safety the 335-mile run will make
$2.00 per month for each hous Council reports. It in four hours.
ing unit serviced by the facil rlUfi
ity. The city will maintainand .4
operate the sewage sys f'"

tem.The, plant was constructedby fi :BIG AUCTION'
the Housing Authority in t s '
1966 to accommodate the 72 .
families residing in the rental Aiik1 '
units,because the city did not l Sunday July 30 1:30 p. m.,
i'. ; .
haw .. 1 '
a sewage system. ., ," . .. .. "
An engineering (firm, hired r.: :;; -- Many unusual and hard to find items at your

byjhe.Ctty of Bunnell, Is preparing
a feasibility Study of One of Flagler Beach's ar pounds and the large one on price at the
,a proposed sewage system for dent fishermen, Olen McNeal, :the right weighed 86% I ?
the entire irminicipality, and caught two sizeable Tarpon pounds. McNeal using a 4.0 ,Dupont Center AuctionS
the existing plant would be while fishing from the Flag Penn reel with 50 pound test
enlarged and used In thecity's : ler'Beach Pier' last week. The line was-uslng'small spot. for 1.1.mi S. of St. Augustine on Hwy. No.1., .", I
one on the left weighed 68 bait.
proposed sewage plan.
Anderson's Drugs have moved ..
their prescription depart.
ment to the Professional Arts '
Building on Moody Blvd. and
have sold their sundry and
gift business, 206 State Street,
to Bob and Evelyn Cook. p
The new owners plan to Y f,
add a'soda fountain and carry e y i g

a wide selection of gifts.
Without doubt the City of
Bunnell has the most attrac
have se6h anywhere. In case : I I6nIyi.iO
YQU haven't noticed, they are e4eou ;
placed' on nearly every comer
of the downtown area. The designs
and drawings on the Ipioiith
trash receptacles were paint.
ed by Angela Wadsworth
(Volunteer Supervisor ,of the
City's Beautlflcatlon Program) I Ii
Donna "Wadsworth, and June ;
Dodgen. !Litter is everywhere -
and to keep our city clean and
attractive: let's make a habit __ "
of using our fancy Utter ,barre I
Is. $

Working conditions were
perfect for, Flagler Beach resident .
] Mary Ann Meeklns this _
summer. The former All _
American Swimming Team
member, gave lessons in
swimming to pre-swimmers,
beginners, swimmers and '
adults ,at her home on John S'r r vr'
Anderson" Highway. She coached .
42 students ranging in age
from 9 months and up.
Swimmers Improved and IFrt
non-swimmers learned the
tricks of the trade tinder the

watchful eye. of their Instructor

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? ar ,
Mrs.. Meeklns, who was a a
member of the Indianapolis
Rlverla Swim Club Championship .
team for several years
said "I did'nt produce any
champions this year, but it
was gratifying to watch their a
progress from day to day" f''
Who knows, with a little ." ,J...
organization, competition and "
practice, Flagler County might .
produce some champs. ",' 'I

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Laura group Morris's of friends Walter were and, f i H I :. I

Invited to a "Going Away" "" i ,
party given in their honor Fri t "
day night by P. A. (Zip) and
Frances Edmonson at their
home 506 E. Palm St.
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The Morrises and their son r...
Randy left Saturday morning U1:; l.
for a vacation in Kentucky. r o. at ....s' ......
Six couples enjoyed delicious
charcoaled steak and all ., .
the trimming prepared ky -5. .). Jt.
(the hoMa.'rl .
@-Southern BilL
r f.' .
Mary Cook, daufMMr of hit F .. : ,. '\
, ,,:" and Evelyn Cook, Tit today 4! .. ,.; c I '

(".. for Boca Raton far Mtoral. .
weeks visit with .bar itatar ... '. 16P* .'
and brother in law, Marry end '
Pat Gignac and family.

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