The Flagler tribune
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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: August 3, 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
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
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System ID: UF00079914:00394
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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Water Is ExtendedThe System 'I .: 'ilte Fl a.gler Tribune Would YouBELIEVE I!

It Happened in Fll91er

Flagler Beach, City Commission County 20. 30 40 rears ago1957i'EN
passed a resolution at VOL. 55 NO. 31 THURSDAY AUGUST 3. 1967 $3.50 A YEAR

Thursday night's meeting de. 1 'l :

termining work had been com FLAGLER COUNTY Examination For RED CROSS I.
pleted on extending the city'swater TEARS AGO, '
Street. Landowners with Miller's Bar and Miller's ,
abutting the new water AUGUST 28 Postmaster Due TODAYThe Restaurant, with the adjoining I

mains will be assessed $2.00 Summer vacations end for Volusla-Flagler Red apartment at Flagler Beach

per foot'for the water supply. approximately 1350 students At Flagler BeachAn Cross Bloodmobile will be at Sunday was destroyed morning.by The fire estimated early I \.

An equalization hearing on August 28 when the young the Bunnell Civic Center
loss caused the fire
by was
assessments to the property people will return once againto examination for Postmaster Thursday, August 3, from 4 between and thousand I
fifty sixty -
owners will be held Saturday, the classrooms of Flagler at Flagler Beach, ,$6- p. m. until 7 p. m. dollars.

August 24 at 7:30: p. m. at the County's three schools. 545 a year; will be open for
The unit will be in Bunnell I
Flagler Beach City Hall,. acceptance of applications until C.:.)
The county's sixty-four under the sponsorship of Veterans
August 22, 1967, the Commission
Other business of the com teachers go back to the school announced 'today. of Foreign Wars Post Z. G. Holland, Jr. of Bunnell I

mission Included a motion to rooms August, 14, to begin for the 5213. was appointed manager of the I
Competitors postmaster
advertise for bids on extend. preparations for the 1967.68 Trl-County Produce Distributors 1
In this city must
ing water system on school term. vacancy Inc. of Hastings.
North Tenth Street. have at least IMf years of experience KENNETH HERRING ; ,

!\. The school calendar is (education above C.:.)
Instructed the City Clerk to marked with holidays for stu high school level may be sub. SELECTED HONOR

call for bids on paving: of soil- dents on the following dates: stituted for 9 months of experience About 100 boats all high
cement 1.3 miles on North ) showing that they PERSONALITYMr. powered'racers were entered ;I

Central Ave.Authorized. Sept. 4, Labor Day; Nov. 23 have the ability to conduct Kenneth D. Herring of in the Fifth Annual Boat Race '

and 24, Thanksgiving; Decem- and manage the community's Palmetto St., Bunnell has at Gore Lake, August 4. The I 'I

the purchase of be? 18, thru January 1, 1968 postal business efficiently and been selected to In the boat races were sponsored by
two books for the >Flagler' Christmas and New Years; to supervise employees so that 1967 edition of appear Outstanding the Bunnell Lions Club and

Beach Public Library. Janupary 19 Teachers Work. customers are satisfied with Personalities of ,the South. Flagler County Boating. Club. \
day; April 12 thru 15, Easter. the service. \
The commission authorizedthe Other recipients of this honor 1947-TWENTY YEARS AGOE. I

transfer of $4T7000 from The last day of school will Competitors must also showth include Governors U.s. Senators

the General Fund to the be Tuesday May 28, 1968 and at ithey are of good reputation and Congressmen of the P. Fleurle opened an ice

Water Fund for flre hydrant graduation exercises for the and that they can deal various southern states. The distribution plant on North

rental. schools will be Flagler Beach with the public egreeably and publication, Outstanding Personalities Central Ave., thereby adding

May 28; Carver High School effectively. of the South In another business to Flagler

May 29; Bunnell High School, cludes many citizens such as Beach.
FLAGLER"', BEACH May 30.ADDITION. ':..h; Applicants must take a writ. educators, leading businessmen .
( )
M :ten test. Those who ;will :
,' pass state legislative
CITY: ATTORNEYRESIGNS be assigned final ratings on bodies, civic and political The State Road Department

'POST TO the basis of this test and on leaders, elected leaders of advertised for bids for the

\ their experience and fitness various political subdivisions, construction of BunnellFlagler '

Charles Tindell attorneyfor SCHOOL ANNUAL for the'position. They must farmers, ministers officers Beach Road. This was the

the City of Flagler Beach READY SQON have resided within the delivery and officials of various trade next to the last 'step >before '

submitted his, resignation to of the office for one year organizations, leading sports construction would actually,

the city commission Friday, Something new has been immediately preceding the figures, and many other In. begin.

July 23.The added to the Bunnell High closing date of the examination. dividuals who,because of past

School "Pinea" yearbook. In addition they must achievements and services to (.:.)
attorney requested effective Theo C. Hein yearbook ad. have reached their 18th birth. their community, state and .
resignation become Louis Wadsworth and'T. 'K
visor said today a supplement day on the closing date for nation, are recognized but.
and asked for
Immediately (BuddvMCKllg were J&acK..
the apublShers marl he7io .
Jj epronaIltlc pf" .
notifloatlon o ", Ai ui: -. In/ftiS'same hospital thejreach '
in order toproor ",. \ left a short time ago with
and should be" cannot be appointed.
with the acuv$ Glee"of theJ J ready In the next few weeks. Mr. Herring, principal at leg Injuries. McKnight virtually

city. All qualified applicantswill Bunnell High School moved severed his leg in a pulpwood .

This is the first time an ad receive consideration for here in 1966 from Punta Gorda saw accident and Wads-
Tindell served as Jtty At dition to the regular yearbookhas appointment without regardto where 'he had been a memo worth broke his leg playing -

torney for Flagler Beach for been offered to purchasers race religion color, national ber of the faculty of Charlotte Softball on the local field. Both

six years commission, having been hired of the "Pinea" ,at no additional origin sex, politics or any, High School since 1955. During men were receiving medical
the in 1961.
by > ,, <- : cost, Heln said. other non merit factor. the eleven years at Punta treatment.
Complete information about Gorda he held positions of assistant .
.. The publication consists of 1927-FORTY YEARS AGO
BEACH BUSINESS the requirementsand coach, head coach
twenty pages, which includes' instructions for filing applications athletic director assistant The Flagler Beach postoffice

PURCHASED BY photographs and accounts of may be obtained at principal and principal.Born was located on the corner of ,
all student activities that occurred the post office for which this I Central Ave. and Tenth Street
CORPORATIONAlexander after the regular 1967 examination Is being an in Abbevijle Ala., he
I for two and had been
yearbook had been printed. nounced. Application forms was a 1946 graduate of Abbe
Lumber Company ville moved to a new home on
must be filed with the U. S. High School. He attended
Hwy. 100 Flagler Beach Ocean Shore Blvd.
Civil Service Commission, Holmes Junior College In
has been purchased by Atlan
tic Hardware ,and Supply Co., Washington, D. C. 20415 and Goodman, Miss. After completing C.:.)

Inc. The transaction was made CITY SOFTBALL 'must be received or postmark. service 11the U.S.
to J, J. McLana-
Army he entered Austin According
last week and the businesshas ed not later than the closing
the CHAMPIONSHIPThe date. Peavy State College, Clarks. han real estate dealer,. two
been turned over to
vllle, Tenn., where he receiveda lots and houses were sold by
new owners, Shelton B. Barber City of Bunnell Softball Charles Rockett was op.
him. The transferredwas
degree In Physical Edu property
H. V. Peavy, Joe H. Hare taken pointed acting postmaster of
Championship was by
cation. In 1956 he received his bought by Charles Sedessle ,
Beach office
the Flagler post ,
rison and Howard Lerch. Wadsworth Lumber team de '
J. M. Biddle and
Masters degree from Auburn from
June 2, 1967, by the Postmaster 1
The business will be under feating Methodist Church 8-7
University Auburn Alai| was located on Church St. Mr. \
the management of Joe H. in the fourth game of thepMayo1e. General. replaced Sedessle had other valuable ,

Harrison and will carry a The lumbermen had RufUs M. Miller,' who retiredas IN- property here and was one of
complete line of hardware and tree eonsecutlve. wins in the postmaster a ter 12 years Bunnell's biggest boosters. -

building supplies. second-half of the series to service. _

put them pn !top. ACCIDENT (.:.)

PLENTY OF RAIN A trophy was presented to HIGHWAY USE TAXOwnere Michael Barber, son of Mr. Socially, Flagler '
and Mrs. Sheltcn Barber Bun ...
the Wadsworth team during of trucks truck. a very busy w Beach'l.
FOR BUNNELLBunnell a banquet. hosted by their nell, was admitted to Bunnell parties from
tractors, or buses may be re
sponsor Tteerfay night at Cor General Hospital Sunday and Bunnell filling the avail
had two "frog. quired to file a Federal high.wqy
morning for treatment of Injuries
ral Inn Daytona Beach. able and
cottages apartmentsand
strangling" rains last week use tax return Forts 3290, sustained in an auto-
made the beach wife
when three inches fell in this month according to A. J. cycle accident at Flagler ring"
the voices el the
happy mrrymakcrs. -
about an hour's time Friday MARINE CORPS OFFERS O'Donnell Jr., Distrkt Dkector Beach. He suffered a knee In At the ente
afternoon and 2.30 inches fell of Internal Revenue in Flee jury and abralsion apMu
above the 8. Deans Grocery
in approximately he same ida. /

time Saturday afternoon. Fri Joe TW- The tax year begin on July Michael wa riding baa cycleon one of the weekend parties
) Sergeant consisted of Messrs and Me-
day's downpour was the 1 and runs through the following Hwy. A-l-A when he ran
heaviest rainfall recorded for well, local Marine Corps Remitter June 30.Publication. into the rear of an automobile dame B. C Stafford W. -C.SuIlMan ..
anosuaasd and thrown from the A. M. MeDanlei, Victor '
recently WM
month of cy
the July. .
No.: 341 ,..
cle. KcK...., R. A. Jones,
Aoeawgatog to Ranger G. B. tOM the Marine Corps Is accepting eral Use Tax on 'Trusts' T. R: Rotten, 1'of.. Hfeper,

Kelly the raingauge at the a limited number of Truck-Tractors, and Buses", J. J. MfcLanahan, Boyos Hart-

Wadsworth Fire Tower record. men for two-,.; .......tI. which furnishes detailed Information BAPTIST BIBLE SCHOOL won, and O. F. Alted, ea..

ed 12.80 Inches of rainfall for Also released la the "Join on this subject, MB and Mr. and M.. alffipd

the month of July. This was law Later" may be obtained by dropping START AUOttar 14 Haifa, Flagler ...... ,
8.20 inches rain than Now PrognaaxThis .
more a point card to your District Director
when allow a man Vacation Bible School at the (. .)
July 1986k 4.80'Jpdtes program Internal Revenue Serve :
Pint Baptist Church of Bun
was recorded' at the tower nell will begin August 14 and :Eula and G. C. Layton ware
In another section of the prior to his leaving for train Florida 32908.
continue thru August 18. spending' die month in Plant
county, at Relay Tower, rain tn,. Once enlisted into the

gauge readings for July were 120-day delay program, the flu: DWMH1AMgWBJtt > > 10.50 inches. Total rainfall for man is exempt from call by CALL attend classes from 9:30 a. m. 'C.: ) ;

July 1966 at Relay was 3.60 the selective service. 1 For fur The Bunnell Fire Department until 11:30 a. m. each day and Saturday evening a jottjr ,

inches. ther information, contact Gmt answered a call early Intermediate*, ages 13 thru 18, crowd of young people a\tejr- 1

Kelly also stated only three nery Sergeant Joe Tidwell at Monday morning to "nUntuish will attend from 7 p. m. until ed a swim party at the Flat- ;

flies were recorded at the tower the Navy recruiting office at the flames of a burning 9 p. m. each evening. let Beach pool. Those enje lng

for July. The woods fires 618 N. Ridgewood Avenue in automobile on S. Pine Street Leigh Crater Florid Bible the party were ....

were started from UgMning, Daytona Beady on Mondays, Fire Chief lilt )Edwards Collage, Miami will aattet In Cody, Louise Allan,.fiI,'1
and burned a total of three Tuesdays, and Thursdays. estimated the model car teaching the Junior and Primary Cage, Bus. Malcom /

acres. Phone 255.6289 to be a total loss Bible classes. and Mrs. J. L. McLane.


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Pork Chopslb.
Editor and Publisher

BETTE S. McDANIEL, RATE-4c per word. Minimum
News Editor Ts
charge per Issue $1.00.

Designated newspaper for all SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain .

Lejral Adertlslac fields Installed; Rota-Roter _
snail shell. Reasonable prices. J y a

Entered as second lass matter Call George Jarosz, 437.3410
February 6. J913. at the, post- 8-l.tf U. S. D A. Choice
office at Bunnell. Florida under
Acf of'March 3. 1871.lOe .' WANTED: Will buy LIVE '

Rattlesnakes. Indigo Snakes, CHUCK ROAST lb. 5,3C
Per Copy: Coral Snakes and, large moc

One Year _.--.1-_.$34M casins.. Moody's Taxidermy

Six Month _.".._..._---82.00 Shop, Idleson Building. Ph. .
Outside Flakier County 437.3989, Bob Moody. U. S. D A. Choice ,

July 20, 27, Aug. 3, 10, 4tp
,4.00 Per Tear

50 ft. Ocean front lot north of
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Flagler Beach, $3,500; 2 lots

REqUEST FOR BIDS on Central Ave., $3,000; 2 lots
Sealed bids will be Clerk received of the In on Daytona Ave., $2,500. Bar Copeland' SMOKED (4.6 lb. Avg.) SLICED FREE4F
the office of the City
City of Bunnell. Florida, In the ker & Wilson, Inc. Realtors &
Civic Center Building:, until 4:80 Auctioneers, Tribune Bldg.,
p. m. on the 21st day of August.A. .
D. 1887, for construction of Bunnell. Phone 4373282. PICNICS Ib.Old
an approximate total of 1.155 ft.

of concrete sidewalks of 3,000 using Ib. ready test. Side-mix, FOR RENT-2 bedroom house, .
walks to be 4 ft. wide. 4 In. CBS, utility room and car
thick, strike every 4 ft. Contractor port. $80.00 per month. Contact
to be responsible for grade.
Sidewalks to be located on the William Lenssen, Von Bu.
east side of Orange St. from E. low Ranch, Ph. 439-2371 lie Fashioned "HOOP"CHEESE Streak O'Lean
Ave. on
Moody Blvd. to Howe
the east side of S. Bather St. I
from E. Moody Blvd. to Court New Pole Lamps $5.95 each. WHITE
Ave., and on the south side of
E. Moody Blvd. from Bacher St. This week only. Jerry's Furniture
to Anderson St. and Appliances, Old Dixie Ib lb. '
The the City right Commissioners to reject any and reserve Hwy., 2 miles S. of Korona.Ph. 63e 4ge I

all bids and to waive any Informalities 4373752. Aug. 3, Itc
In bidding.
WITNESS my hand and official
seal this 25th'day of July, A. D. AKC Doberman Pinscher pups, Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D ((2-21/2 lb. Avg.) CUT TO ORDER
1967. six weeks old. Champion .
/Shelton B. Barber, orATTEST
City of Bunnell, Florida Bloodline--Good disposition.
: Louis Stefllk Phone 4373257.
Clerk '
/Nancy C. Rodgers City
July 27-Aug. 8-2tc Aug. 3, Itp. lb.31C


TUB SEVENTH JUDICIAL Sewing machine Zig Zags,
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR FLAG- blind stitches, buttonholes,
CHANCRRY NO. 6S55 decorates etc. Original price SMOKED NECK BONES, CHICKEN '
ANNA DELLAQUILLA, $300. Has balance of I 3 $100
Plaintiff, ? a $62. or WINGS, SMOKED HAM HOCKS Lbs............................ I
--reliable party in this area can
CLARA Defendants.MITCHELL; et al.. assume' $2. weekly payments.

3531946. Ask'f credit man-
TO Corporation: Delaware Valley Financial' 'aker WUl deliver, 'no,.obliga PORK BEANS Each fOe KRAFT

Suite 9100 tion.. Aug.3,10,17,24,31 A ND I
T77 Third Avenue
New York. New York 10017 Red & White Large 20 Loaf MAYONNAISEBREAD
You are hereby notified that a $100 WEEKLY ASSURED IN- oz.
Complaint to foreclose a certain COME MEN OR WOMEN For

mortgage property on the, to-wtt following: described Five day work week, local 4 9 5 Quart

Lots 1 and 12, Block 1(8. In opening, free training, $20 per Jar 47e
Florida i
the Town of Bunnell.
Hi-C 46 Can
on file in the office of working day assured. Guaranteed oz.
the Circuit Court In Map Watkins Products, com FRUIT For Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Book 1. page 2. Deed Book DRINKS 3 $100
J7, page 289, Flagler County plete line, Household, Cosmetics
Florida Together withthe Medicines, Insecticides;
furniture and ,Improvements furnishings.flxtures Animal Health. No investment See-All 1 Ib. Pkg.

contained therein, necessary. Write A. C. Child- Each
other has been defendants filed against and that you you and ress, P. O. Box No. 11, Forest GRITS fOe DELITE

are required to serve a copy of Park, Georgia. 30050.
your Answer or pleadings to theComplaint BLUE PLATE PEACH PRESERVES- : '
on plaintiff's attorney Aug. 3, 10, 17, 3tc. "\
Box 2363, 205 N. Rosalind, Or- TO WHOM IT MAY CON MIX
lando, Florida, and file the orig- CERN: I will not be ( )
inal. Answer or pleadings in the respon-
office of the Clerk of the Circuit sible for any debts made by 3 18 oz.' $ Court on or before the 28th day lb.
Elaine Bennett Tumblers Vst Patties
or by anyone
of August 1967. If you fall to do
so, judgement by default will betaken other than myself. 'lEach lOc
against you for the relief
demanded In the Complaint. Larry
This notice shall be pUbllllhedollce 6 tp-June 29-Aug. 3. MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
each week for four consecutive i I
weeks In Flagler Tribune. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
Bunnell, Florida this nIt day INVITATION TO HID
of July, 19S7. Sealed bids will be received in
GEORGE M. MOODY the Office of the Superintendentof Ore Ida
Clerk, Circuit Court, i'lag Public Instruction, FlaRler 2 Ib. Pkg.
ler County, Florida County Courthouse, Il.
P. O. Box 47e
By: Janice Murray, 755,Bunnell., Florida, until 4:30: : FRENCH FRIES Each
Deputy Clerk.: P. M. Friday September 1, 1967, 39 8Morton's
July 27-4tc. for the followingrepairs:
Furnishing I all labor and materials Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
for the repair of roof at 14 oz. Size
Carver Junior High School Ca-

fetorium All Interested, Bunnell persons Florida. may FRESH PRODUCE CREAM PIES 3 For 8ge
contact the Office of the Super-
intendent of Public Instruction
or the Principal' at Carver Junior California
High School. All bids shall be
completely and plainly 1b.
marked on t eli of the envelop PLUMS Zge
Bids for Repair of RoofAt LIQUID THRILL-
Carver Junior High School."
The Flagler County Board of Sweet Juicy SeedlessGRAPES -
Public Instruction reserves the
right to reject any or all bids. Ib.Head.
Chairman Harold. Emery.Flagler 9 s;jet 47

County Board of
Flagler TribuneBUNNELL ATTEST: Public Jn'truc" Crisp HeadLETTUCE

Coy O. Harris, Jr. Limit 1 with $5.00
or more food order
PHONE 437-3282 :Jal'I'n.: :' 19c
Aug. S, 10 2tc.


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JOINS COUPLE Mrs. E. J. Somerfeldt entertained COUPLEMr.

with a linen shower and Mrs. Harold E. Rip-
Trinity Methodist Church Thursday evening at her ley, 1571 Hammock Drive,
Charleston, S. C. was the setting home, 176 Windward Betty Holly 11111, Florida, announcethe
Thursday, July 27, for the I Ormond Beach, Miss engagement of their

wedding of Miss Carla Gay LOCALJ. ? Lynn Bourne, whose marriageto daughter Carol Ann to Harvey
Tucker, daughter of Mr. and will be
Mr. Danny Frailey Leroy Way, 114 Palmetto Ave.,
Mrs. Leslie Tucker, Bunnell, an event of August 5th at the Daytona Beach, son of Mr.
,and Elmer Lewis Taylor, son Beach Methodist
Flagler and Mrs. W. B. Way, Korona.
of Mrs BH. Taylor, Flagler Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mc Rev. and Mrs. C. L. Reachof Church. The hostess was assisted Miss Ripley, a native of Daytona
Beach and the late Mr. B. H. Neil and sons of Memphis, Smyrna, Ga. visited here by Mrs. Jennie Newell, Beach, is a 1967 graduateof

Taylor. Tenn. have returned home after last week with Mrs. Daisy Flagler Beach. Mainland High School. Sheis
The Rev. Ruben Marlowe of. ,a visit here with Mr. and Buckles. Mrs. Lester Stanton and Miss employed as a cashier at
flclated at the double ring Mrs. Mark Hannah. Pam Lambert were awarded J. M. Fields.
ceremony performed in the Lin- prizes for the contests, enjoyed born in
Rev. and Mrs. Lamar Mr. Way, Bunnell,
of Mrs. A. F. Tucker
presence invit
of the bride Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Verm- gold and family returned by the twenty-seven attended Bunnell High School.He .
eulin and family; of North home Wednesday from a week ed guests. is employed with R. N. Me-
and. the mother Mrs.B. '
H. Miami are visiting here with long camping trip to North Among the guests attendingwere lettes Auto Parts, Daytona
Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schultz.Mr. Carolina. Mrs. Lee Bourne, Misses Beach.
The bride wore an A-Line and Bourne, Mrs.
Anne Kathy
The will be held
street 'length dress of white Misses Elaine ceremony
Shill and
lace fashioned with long and Mrs. Clovis Edwardsand Mr. and Mrs. Brady Wads Henry Shill of Flagler at 8:30: p. m. August 11, at
sleeves. Her white tulle veil children of Miami are worth and family of Jesup, and Eleanor Central Baptist Church in
was attached to a velvet ,bow. visiting here this week with Ga. are vacationing at the W. Beach. Daytona Beach.
She'carried a bouquet of white his mother, Mrs. Jewel Ed- L. Wadsworth beach house at Friends of the couple are in
daisies centered with carna wards. Painters Hill. MISS CYNTHIA COBB vited to attend both the ceremony .

tions. BRIDE ELECT and the reception Immediately
The newlyweds are residingat Carl Carroll and his mother Mr. and Mrs. Richard Can following the ceremony
1901 North Nova Road, Or- Mrs. Edna Carroll were trell and grandson Perry FETEDMiss at the home of Mr. and

mond Beach. called to Perry last Thursdaydue Knight. Orlando, visited in Cynthia Cobb was complimented Mrs. J. H. Armistead, 1413
to the illness of Carl'sbrother. Bunnell Friday with friends Continental Drive, Daytona
with a bridal shower Beach.
MRS. BURNSED and relatives.Mrs. .
Saturday afternoon at the

HONORED WITH I' Miss Kathy Leek left Mon Judy Park and children home of Mrs. JoAnn Crews, RODGERS FAMILY

STORK SHOWERMrs. day via Jet airliner to returnto Chip and Tammy of Chatta Hwy. 100. GET TOGETHERThe
her home in Los Angeles nooga, Tenn. arrived Sundayfor Mrs. Harry Atkinson was co-
Herschel King and Mrs. after a a visit here with her a visit with 'her father, Mr. hostess.A home of Mr. and Mrs.A. .

Jim Burnsed entertained witha cousin, Mrs. Harry Atkinson Clyde Lewis. Also visiting Mr. pink, white and green C. Rodgers, 1307 East
Stork Shower honoring Mrs., and family. Lewis is his niece, Mrs. Field. color scheme was used in the Moody Blvd. was the scene of

Jerry Burnsed, Friday eveningat ing Norris, Belton, Ky. decorations.The a family get-together Sunday
the King home, 201 East (Susan Jane Deen is in North afternoon. Twenty-four family
Magnolia Ave. Carolina on a' two weeks va serving table overlaid members of the couple gath ,
Pink and blue was the cation. Her mother, Mrs. Curtis Mr. and Mrs. George Moody with a white lace cloth was ered at their home for an ,I
Frances Edmonson
and Mrs.
coler scheme used by the hos Deen, will manage centered with a cake attractively annual outdoor cookout.
visited Cypress Gardens Sunday

tesses in the living-dining "Susan's Antique' Bottle Store"in decorated in the Enjoying the occasion were
rooms ensuite. St. Augustine, until she re :.. motif. Mrs. Myrna Knight and
Gifts were presented to the turns. Eighteen Invited guests\ enJoyed daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Cur
honoree in a bassinet which The Shortlidges traveled games and prize winner tis Rodgers and children, Sara

was also presented to her as Stuart Rockett, US Coast thru several countries on their was Mrs. H. V. Peavy. Rodgers, Mr. and Mrs. John

a gift. Guard, son of Mr. and Mrs. return 'trip :home' The bride elect was the re Rodgers and' daughter, Mr.
Prizes were won by Mrs. Na Charles Rockett, Flagler cipient of numerous lovely and Mrs. G. C. Smith and

gi Abraham and Miss Linda Beach, Is now stationed at the Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rodgers gifts. family, Mrs. Naomi Hosford,
Skolar. US Coast Guard Station at of 4Macclenny spent the and Beverly Rodgers all of
The hostesses served tempt Pone de Leon Inlet, New Smy weekend here with his par. ATTEND BANQUETFOR Bunnell. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
ing homemade ice cream and rna. Stuart recently completed ents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rodgers and children, Pine
cake to twenty-five Invited hHs basic training in New Rodgers. Bluff, Ark., Carroll Rodgers,

guests. Jersey. Several Flagler county residents Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. Al
Theo C. Heln and his daughter attended the American. Smith, Eustis.PENTECOSTAL.
LSO MEMBERS '. < Visiting here last week with Vicki, attended the concert Hungarian Banquet at the
ENTERTAINED Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Howell of the Iowa String Quartet Voyager Motel in Daytona CHURCHTO

Harry and Carol Atkinson "* were his sisters, Mrs. Myra Monday evening in Daytona Beach Sunday afternoon hon. HAVE DINNER
Hall of Ocala and Mr. and Beach. oring Istvan Kertesz, London
had as their luncheon guests Mrs. Frank Green of Fort Symphony Orchestra Conduct. Fried chicken or barbecue
at !the A-l-A ReS-
Thursday : .
Myers. Flagler County friends of or. chicken dinners will be prepared
taurant, Flagler Beach, two
London Symphony Orchestra Mrs. Joe Seale and daughter, Among those attending were by the Woman's Auxiliary
members and their families, Harry and Carol Atkinsonand Sue Ellen, will be glad to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Pache and of the Pentecostal Holiness
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Noble and children plan to leave learn they arrived in Clarks. daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Church Friday, August 4.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Moore. Saturday for Atlanta, Ga. fora yule, Mo. last week, where Pache and daughters, Mr. and All dinners will be delivered
weekend visit with former Mrs. Thomas Bertha Mr. and be obtained
The visiting Britons enjoyedthe they joined Mr. Seale. They and may by
remainder Bunnelliites who are residing are settled in their new home Mrs. Robert Bertha and son calling 437.3825 or 4373971.
of the afternoon
visiting with the'hosts there, Mose and Joan Atkinson and their address is P. O. Box John, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy
( Miles and Lana Moodyand Bertha, Mr. and Mrs. 17 LEAVE FOR
at 'their home on PalmettoAve. :-: 434, Clarksville, Mo. 63336. Sammy
Andy and Penny Ander Bertha, Mr. and Mrs. Mike 4-H CAMP MONDAY

son. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Me- Steflik and daughters, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Steflik, Jr. Seventeen 4-H members will
Daniel Flagler Beach, have as
HOSPITAL NOTES Bo and Inez Manuel and leave
their house guests, his brother and family, Mrs. Frank Stef Monday for Camp Cherry
ADMITTED Mary Hall, sons, Mike and Stephen of Mr. Harry McDaniel and lik, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Lake in Madison County..

John Kinney, Frances Zellers, Callahan were overnight son of Wichita, Kansas and Louis Stefl1k.WEEKEND The group will leave Mondayand
guests Friday at the home of return
Lawrence Emanuel, Marie their niece Miss Phyllis Me- Friday.
Williams, Michael Barber, Mrs. Jennie Newell, Flagler Daniel of Birmingham, Ala. TRIP Club members attendingare
Robert! Lee Giddens, all of Beach. Donna, David and Daniel
Bunnell; Jenny Blanton, and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Barber Steflik, James Robertson, Ray
Nag Abraham, Flagler! Beach; Lamar and Louise Harris Mrs. Herschel King left Monday Bunnell, accompanied by Smith, Karen Taylor, Jan and
Troy Maher, Lee Upson, Marie and son Ricky of Panama for Block Island, Rhode their daughters, Mrs. Ola Pat Zimmerle, Ricky and Me-
Baldwin, Edwin Bell all of City visited In Bunnell Mon Island, to visit with her Byrd, Seville, Mrs. Belle Yarn lanie Cody, Lyna Knight, Jay
Daytona Beach; Hattie Battles, day with his parents, Mr. and daughter Vicki, who has been St. Augustine and Mrs. Au: Townsend, Robert Akins,
Crescent City.DISMISSED. Mrs. I* L. Harris. Their young. working at a summer resort drey McKnight, Flagler Beach, Chuck Harding, David Clegg,
: Joann Lynn, est son, Jeffery, returned to there during her vacation enjoyed a: weekend trip to Johnny Bratcher and Elaine
Pat Miller, Jack Davis, Lee Panama City with them after from studies at F. S. U. Ocala and Orlando. Tucker.
month's visit here with his Points of Interest on the trip
Upson, Wayne Green, Jenny Chaperones are Mrs. Dick
Blanton, Troy Maher, Jimmy grandparents. Tommy King of Vero Beachis Included Silver Springs, and Cody, Mrs. Homer Zlmmerel
Lee Alford, Mary Hall, Stanley visiting in Bunnell with his Six Gun Territory. and Mr. Frank Steflik.
Gribenas, Walter Robbins, Joe Sandra Scott, Julie Wllklns cousin Hutch King and his
Arnold, Carl McKelvin, Celes- and Katherine Stanish, students grandmother, Mrs. O. F. Al
tine Spates. at Cape Kennedy College ford. Tommy is also visiting
spent the weekend here with his father, Mr. and Mrs.
VISITORS FROM GREECEMr. with their parents. Larry King, St. Augustine. WHITE BARNANTIQUES

and Mrs. Tom Diamond Captain and Mrs. Jon A. Bill and Reece Burnsed left

have as their houseguests his Shaw and children, Debbie Monday for Bridgeton, N. J. to
brother and sister in law, Mr. and David, Washington, D. Care : reside. Bill will be employedwith
and Mrs. Lazarus Diamond of visiting his parents, Mr. the Department of Agri-
Athens, Greece. and Mrs. Leland Shaw at cuuture in Bridgetoif'
The Diamonds arrived June Lake Dlston. Capt. Shaw is a : .
15 and will remain for a three resident psychiatrist at Walter /
months visit. Reed' Hospital. Boyce Atkinson returnedhome U. S. NO. 1 SOUTH-BUNNELL
Monday from a six
week's vfett in Bredenton with
his grandmother, Mrs. EWe FLEA MARKET EVERY


A. M.-S P. M.

BATHROOM VANITIES and STORE FIXTURES Mr. and Mm. Richard Shortlidflv -

LoaiMrted H- -Fine Hardwood* who have been with the WE BUY ANYTHING OLD
Peace Corps in Malaysia Mie
New Serving Bunnell and All Surrounding Areas,
put three yean, arrived here
SO Mile Radius Saturday for a vtett wttb MmDfttoy No Charge For House Calls

BueldeB tad Mr. and
Call Collect 417-3513
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33 Wildlife Management Areas, 5-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. AUGUST 3. 1967


Open To Florida HuntersFlorida

hunters will be able located In Nassau County and AIVERARY.i:

to hunt on 33 wildlife management the Fort McCoy Wildlife Man. ,

areas during the agement Area located In Marion

1967-68 hunting season. In County were opened for ; i
addition, there will be I
a the coming .
series of managed bear huntsin season.A Sale Prices Good Quantity Rights i:

Liberty and Franklin Counties wildlife complete and fish summary of Thursday, Friday, Sat- Reaerved"urday

the Osceola National manage. SALE II
ment area regulations will be and Monday,
Forest and In the Tomoka
Wildlife Management Area, available at the office of all August 3, 4, 5 and \ .. WE GIVE... :
county Judges and license
located In Flagler and Vo- 7, 1967. TOP VALUE STAMPS \
agents prior to the start of
lusia counties. Managed wild .
the hunting .
hog hunts are scheduled for !.
the Fisheating Creek Wildlife other action, the Commission Florida Grade "A"FRYERS ,
Management Area In Glades opened a 17,165 acre
and portion of the Ocala Wildlife
County managed archery
hunts on seven of the public Management Area to hunt-
hunting areas. Ing, which was formerly .f

The regulations for Flori. closed as a wildlife refuge. vlhb'e 2S

da's wildlife and fish management The Commission awarded a '
areas were establish. contract for the constructionof

ed at a meeting of the Game a public fishing lake In

and Fresh Water Fish Commission Suwannee County and approved

In Tampa, July 21. a change order in the Limit ((4)) Please ,/
to W. T. Mc. construction plans for Lake
According :
Stone in Escambla County. Lean Delicious (Boston Butt)
Broom, Commission Chairman,
The change order would raise
the Lee Wildlife Management

Commission's County Area was removed located public from huntingarea In Lee the the five and lake add water acres approximately an of level estimated fishing of the two water.twenty-new feet PORK ROAST : lb. 53 ,

due to limiteduse
The Commission received a
by the sportsmen. Two
report on the hunting '
pros Lean Tasty
the Nassau
new hunt areas,
pects for the fall season and .1

Wildlife Management Area tions discussed for the proposed 1967.68 regula waterfowl M

WATCH' OUT FORCOOL' hunting for migratory season.waterfowl A framework PORK STEAKS Ib.55!

CALORIESIf seasons and bag limits will

your food habits change be provided later by the U.S. t

markedly In summer, they Fish and Wildlife Service.In '
may be for the worse and you final action, the Com Tender Delicious Armour StarCHUCK

be the for mission established the date Lb. '
could paving way
heart trouble, the State Boardof and location of the next meet. ,SPARE ,RIBS 5ge STEAK 59 8
for Ocala
Health says.If Ing on September

you're the kind who likesto 15. Boneless Florida Grade "A", (Family Pkg.)

take It easy during hot LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTTO ALL-MEAT Lb.
STEW 6ge FRYERS $1.79
months, sipping a lot to help WHOM IT MAY aBe&lnnlng Bag. ,
keep cool, then you shouldbe ai of July 1, 1967. r
any indebtedness Incurred by Armour Fresh
more watchful of your anyone la propertyknown
calories than ever because : fEt KENTUCKY CANNED 3Lb. $ 89 GROUND Lba.
locatedat BEEF
you need less. In summer, 2000 So. Ocean Shore Blvd.. Can
Flakier Beach la not to be
have to replace
most people charred to or assumed by E.er.
fluids more rapidly than In or Gladys Taylor, former TOP VALUE ON ALLPURCHASES

winter and unless you're care and operators.July IS, 20, 27 Aug. 8. 4tc _

ful you can take on more LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT DOUBLE STAMPS OVER $5.00 .
calories than your body needs ,
from liquids which may be IN TIIR CIRCUIT COURT !EV-! Good Thru, Aug. 7, 1967
loaded with them, says Dr. AND FOR FLAGLER COUN- '
James Fulghum, director of TY, FLORIDA GIANT SIZE ,
the board's Bureau of Adult JOYCE I. WILLIAMSON, .

Health and Chronic Diseases. Plaintiff TIDE. FREE
Snacks can be deceptive, JOE WILLIAMSON,
too. Too much fried food, certain Defendant
salad dressings and rich ANSWERIN Gt. EVERFRESH 8 CT. PACKAGE HOTBox"
desserts winter or summer THE NAME OF THE STATE
calories and thus
fatty deposits to the coronary POST RESIDENCE OFFICE ARE ADDRESS UNKNOWN.You AND. ((1)) 12 OZ. PKG. V VALLEYDALE

arteries. This may ,build up to hereby notified thata
are Limit with purchase of $5.00
(1) or
serious situation In some suit has been brought againstyou ( Coupon)
a in the Circuit Court, Seventh food order
individuals. Judicial Circuit In and For
When the vessels becometoo Flagler County Florida, by
narrow, angina pectoris and you are lrrb required Sea Call Grated
( )
develop. This Is most to file, I attorney
may with fhe Clerk of said Court
often characterized by a tightness your Answer or suit eon to before VEGETOLE
In the chest and painor Complaint in said or TUNA
the 10th day of August
ache In either arm, usuallythe D. 19C7 and also to serve a copy
left one. of your Answer or defenses up-

Some people develop angina Attorneys on Messrs for Ossinsky Plaintiff and at Krol their, J: 1/2 Flat $4 QQ 3 Tin Lb. 49 .

when the weather Is cold or offices at 411 Main Street. Day- Cans
tona Beach Florida on or before ;) ,
when they are overly tired or the 10th day of AugustA. ,

worried. Others may developIt D 1967 Rulel as of required Civil Procedure by the Florida and- Limit ((1)) with purchase of $5.00 or
Limit with of
(5) purchase $5.00
from too much smoking.If herein fall not or a default will
you develop anginal be You entered are further against notified you. that more food order more food orderFLOCANE _

symptoms, see your physician: the .name of the Court In which
immediately because it Is said suit has been instituted is J.
the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial
highly likely that he can help Circuit of Florida. In and SUNLITE
you prevent the next problem For Flagler County, and that
the title of said suit Is as here-
coronary thrombosis whichIn inabove set forth. TOMATOES SUGAR
some cases may be complete You are further notified that .
the nature of said suit is a suit .
obstruction of the heart for divorce and permanent care,
arteries. This can occasionallyresult custody and control of the minor 303 5 Lb.

In death and heart children.WITNESS my hand and official 87" f Bag 39
disease In all, its forms isFlorida's seal at Bunnell Flagler County, Q
killer. Florida this 6th day of July,
Number Qne A. 7

....,. D'J&as RaE Clerk M.of MOODY the Circuit Limit (6)) Cans Pleas Limit ((1) with purchase of $5.00 or
y Court of Flagler Coun- more food order
O. F. ALFORD ty, Florida ,
ByON Juice Murray ,
Registered Deputy AMERICAN BEAUTY I
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amlnatlons at frequent inter. i I II'II I I
vals should be provided so

. Too Late that those who are fully qualified I CUURCHlid. !f'' TOUCH bF HOSPITALITY.

to drive and can, i't>< : I
vide such assurance from BY JANE ASMEYCarnival

To Classify their doctors and from driving
tests should not be denied the FIRST METHODIST

r BY Russell Kay privilege strictly on the basis BUNNELL

of age. :1e.,. Oliver Taylor, Pastor
Oldsters are viewing with Legislators in considering
Sunday School, 9:45: a. m.
alarm the practice of many the' situation should provide Worship Service, 11:00 a. m.
automobile Insurance companies regulations requiring regularcar
Methodist Youth Fellowship,
In cancelling or refus Inspection and driver tests 6:30 p. m. .

ing to Issue policies to those- along with physical and men. 2 Blocks East of HighwayNo.

over 65 years of age. tal !tests to determine fitnessto 1, Lambert Street
A large percentage of these drive of not only oldstersbut

i elderly drivers use their cars those of all ages and require Y *S

I, for. transportation; shopping strict rules for the pro. ST. THOMAS EPISCOPALThe
.centers, church and seldom tection of both the drivers and Rer. Robert Stuart

J. take distant trips. Many sel the public. Priest In Charge
dom drive than 10 or 15 ,
more Alarmed at the situation ; Morning Worship 11:30 a. m.

'miles aay r but would be ithe American Association of Church School 3:30: p. m., .
,severely handicapped if de. Retired Persons and the Thursday. i r .
nied the use of their cars. American Association of Retired Communion first Sunday of z
Taxi service is so costly few
x Teachers are advocatingan each month.
4 S a
oldsters could afford It and insurance program to aid Three miles east of Bunnellon
few have friends or relatives I
oldsters in their dilemma. highway 100.
Cakes Have Swiss Origin
I and '
who can drive; them they !

resent being a burden to any. They have set up a driver Native to Switzerland is,the carnival cake sometimes called ,
'one. education program through BUNNELL FIRST BAPTIST scrambled pancakes. They get the name wrinkled or scrambled
f I can understand the posit which oldsters may :take re Charles D. Anders Pastor from the way they look due to the way they are fried. The cakes
I K tion of insurance companieswho fresher courses from capable 9:45 Sunday are,very thin rounds of dough'which are fried In deep fat In a pan
are hard pressed to stay instructors, together with Sunday: : a.m. that is too small for the cakes.As it is fried,the edges of the cakes
mental and physical examinations School. curl up and give the attractive curled appearance. '
'in business today due to the
11:00 Morning
that will attest to : a.m. Worship I
:, heavy losses they experience 7:00 p.m. Training Union. SWISS CARNIVAL CAKES ,
i dent rate.However. who can meet the strict regu Wed.: 7:30: p.m., Prayer J4 cup corn starch ? J4 teaspoon salt,
they should not Service. 2 tablespoons milk .3 eggs
lations can then secure
penalize anyone fully capableof mobile insurance through the Nursery, all services. 2 tablespoons light cream 1 quart corn oil, for frying
driving both mentally end from a 2 Blocks East of stoplight, il tablespoon margarine, Confectioners sugar
organizations repu
physically regardless of their Moody Boulevard. \ melted j I
age. And there are many people Tests company.of their program have Sift flour and corn starch together. Combine milk cream, mar (

so qualified. been introduced in Florida garine, kirsch salt and eggs; beat! well with rotary beater. Stir In
While many oldsters suffer and Minnesota and if their BUNNELL flour mixture, mixing until dough forms. Knead on floured board ,
,Afflictions that hinder their PENTECOSTAL HOLINESSRev. or cloth until dough Is smooth and elastic, about 5 minutes. Cover; "
ability'to drive such as heart program proves constructiveand John Lingold. Pastor let rest in warm place 30 minutes.
1 trouble, diabetes, arthritis and practical it will be extended Sunday School, 10:00 a. m. Divide into 18 equal parts. Roll out.two parts to inch circles'
other ailments including ( to other states. on floured board, keeping other portions of dough covered. ..
poor Oldsters interested In this Worship Service, 11:00 a. m. Sprinkle one circle generously with flour; place second circle on
hearing or eyesight fairness
demands that tests, and program should write the Life Liners Service, 6:30p. : top.Roll out to thin circle, then carefully separate two pieces, I
ex. American Association of Re. m. over back of hand if necessary. Stretch, if.needed, to form inch
tired Persons, Automobile In., Evening Evangelistic Service circles.Dust off excess flour and place circles between two layers '
surance Program, 932 Ponce 7:30: p. m. of clean, cloth. Continue rolling until all 16.pieces of dough are
Deen Road. thin Inch circles; Lep covered.
RENEW YOUR de Leon Boulevard, Coral Then heat corn oil In deep skillet or large heavy saucepan to

DRMR'SUCtriWUJRIHG ( L' I Gables, Florida. 375 F. (Oil must be at least Inch deep,but should not flll utensil
THE METHODIST CHURCH more than % full), Drop two dough circles into hot oil, one at a
YOUR LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT time, and fry turning once, until ,light brown on both sides
BIRTH MONTHMWUEU Flogler Beach (about 2 minutes). Remove both cakes together; do not separate.
IN COURT TilE IV COUNTY AND FOR JUDGE'S FLAG- Reynold Nelson Hoover, Place in low temperature oven to-keep warm If desired. Continue
LFIl COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN !Morning Worship 9.30 a.m. frying until all cakes have been cooked. Dust with.confectionerssugar
PKOnATB. (September-May) 11 a. m. before serving. Makes 8 cakes. )
No. 818.
HASTINGS 'MATTRESS IN RE: EstAte of Choir Rehearsal, Wed., 6.45 .

710-12 Lemon St. NOTICE OF FINAL REPORT p.m.Men's Club meets the first ,
Monday of each month at "
Palatka Florida UISCIIAIIGU i !
All persona are hereby notified 7:30 p. m.Woman's. Hello NeighborA l
Phone EA 5.9166 that the undersigned as execu- Society of Chris-
trix of laId estate, has completed :
Furniture Upholtering
,.:, the administration thereof tlon Service the 2nd Thursday .
':: Repaired & Refinished and has filed In said court her 9:30 a. m. .
f' final report and application for &ttq ChocKEIL :
Mattresses & Box Springs discharge Objections thereto if South Daytona Avenue. (
Made to Order. Also Renovated any, should be duly filed After'r I, .
filing proof of publication show- .....
.., I, Call Laura Morris 437.3233 Ing this notice has been published FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I "
once a week for four
After 6:00 P. M. weeks, the matter consecutive of approval Flagler Beach i A new neighbor to welcome? That calls for coffee party with) .J '
I 4 I of said report and the ordering Max Hall,. Pastor the girls..Now when you reach for the pot, once more for review,1
PRICES REASONABLE of distribution of said Sunday School: 9:45.: the coffee maker's pledge: "a clean pot fresh cold water from the,I
J BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED court estate will come before 'the Morning Worship: 11:00. tap, measurements.. $." For the occasion use your fanciest

Just as near as your First publication on July 13th, Evening Worship: 7:30. cups =- maybe lined with spoonfuls of creamy, sweetened
1967. meringue.That's Belgian Coffee,remember?And for the"scrump.:
Phone or Post Office As ESTELLA Executrix ADAMS of said Wednesday Prayer Meeting: tious" department, go ahead, be gay- try French Quarter Beig.'
Drop Us a Card or Call estate. 7:30.On: nets. Mine are tiny square-shaped donuts, a simplified version of
Free Pick-up & Delivery LELAND B. SHAW the corner of Third and the New Orleans original. Don't let the length of the recipe scare
Bunnell.P. O. Box Florida 296 Central. you. It' not all that hard. Besides, you do want to Impress your'

Attorney for Executrix new friend.
July IS, 20. 27, Aug 3, 4to FRENCH QUARTER 3'75Divide Roll'one
CATHOLIC CHURCHES dough in half. .
t :Bey. Fr. Anthony Leon PastorST. BEIGNETS half at a time to >4" thick

MARY'S, KORONA % cup mashed Potato Buds on floured surface. Keep remainder ,

THE BEAUTIFUL and PROGRESSIVE Sunday Mass: 7:30 a.m. % cup boning water ready to in roll refrigerator out. Cut dough until _

Weekday Masses: Mon., Wed., 3 eggs Into 2-Inch squares. Drop

; ROBERT L HANNAH and Friday at 8:30: a.m. : y2 cup sugar squares, 3 or 4 at a time, into .
t FLAGLER BEACH CHAPEL 2 tablespoons shortening hot oil. Fry about 1 minute on

f j>,: n. FUNERAL HOMES Sunday Mass: 9:00 ajn. 3 cups Blsquick each side or until golden
,. Weekday Masses: Tues. and 1 teaspoon nutmeg brown. Lift from oil with slotted
Dedicated to dignity service and economy. Lowest cost Thurs. at 8:30 a.m. Salad oilOrange : spoon; drain on paper

by,far In the entire area on any service of your choice.' ST. STEPHEN'S, BUNNELL Glaze (below) towels. While warm, top with
Orange Glaze or, if desired:
Sunday Mass: 10:30 a.m.
J ltl We invite ,your comparison. Serving all faiths. Weekday Mass: Saturday at Stir Potato Buds into water sprinkle with confectioners'i i
1 with fork until moistened; sugar. Makes 4 dozen squares.
f I. ', U. S. 1-HOLLY HILL DAYTONA BEACH 8:30 a.m.COMMUNITY. whip until fluffy. Set aside to Orange Glaze: Mix 1 cup con-;
cool completely. In large mixer fectloners' sugar teaspoon. t
:A MEMORIAL bowl, beat eggs Until fluffy. grated orange peel and 2 tea:
!. CHURCH Beat in sugar and shortening spoons orange Juice until1smooth. '
,.S at medium speed. Add mashed .
Flagler Beach ;-
potatoes beat on low speed Note that
Rev. R. W. Dlckert Pastor ; cubes of bread brown
until smooth.Add Blsqulck and In 3'15fat In 60 seconds.Use a
When Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. nutmeg and beat until mixtureis deep fat thermometer for best
you Worship Service, 11 a. m, smooth. Cover and refrigerate temperature control. Now,'
Communion every first Sun 2 to 3 hours. Heat salad oil let's get the show on the road.'
DISTANCE day of each quarter. (3 to 4 Inches deep) in heavy Set the date and call the girls1 I
Daytona Avenue, South of saucepan or deep fat fryer to for "coffee."

MEANS School.In I,

World War II, Irtiaad
NOTHING! was a neutral and refused to
Wo Poy Po og. Both Ways allow Britain to establish
naval bases. Flagler County Insurance

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I Reminiscences Concerning : Lincoln I IIt

and builders lived The same rich
the Republic,
has been said that after the Invitation. When we ar- a position of eminence; why to die for the Republic. resources have always existedin

Christ, Abraham Lincoln was rived the woman had but a the great leaders of his party, to Through save his guidance the most other -countries. We

the greatest man that ever few hours to live. After the the most experienced and the ac- nation found as he had have no monopoly on iron,

will had been written, signed complished public men of new birth of free- coal or other elements which

walked the earth. Lloyd and witnessed, the dying. wo day were made to stand aside hoped dom under a God; and like his have always been available to

George of England said, "In man said to Mr. Lincoln, while this man was led by beloved Saviour, he gave his human beings of all countries. \

his life he was a great Ameri "now, I have my affairs of unseen hands to the front and life for the cause for whichhe Two thousand years ago Europe

in death he belongsto this world in order and I have given (the reins of power at! was brought forth. was a rich virgin wilderness
also made preparation for the such a critical time In ournation's "I inhabited by.,savages, ,
the common people of Depew said,
realizes Chauncey
life to come. I do not fear history. One committee in much the same ,as the Amerl/T": .
every land. death. I am glad thalt ,I am that those unseen hands were was one of the funeral train ca of a few centuries ago..Jn'*N

When he addressed an au soon to meet those who have the hands of God; for this charge of the his bodyto most nations the people work

dience It seemed as thougha o gone before." was God's man. which was bearing harder to live than we do.
his home. As we sped over "
was playing In superior
great organ Mr. Lincoln replied, "Your the White the We are not inherently
him In scene
We see the rails at night
of im
subdued light an have greater
the nor do we
faith is wise and Your
strong. House during the dark daysof was the most pathetic! ever
cathedral. The dignity
and energy
mense hope of a future life Is bless- the weightof crossroadthe
War At
the Civil witnessed. every
the purity and the pro if (than people of other nations.
ed. She asked him then problems almost too glare, of innumerable
of his held
foundness in trance. he would a few verses from much Ito bear. He said of those torches illuminated the whole The only reason that I can
listeners as a
his Address and the Bible. They offered him times, "I have been driven population, from aged to infancy see for this great differenceis

His Gettysburg of at the Book, but he laid it aside many times to my knees by 1 kneeling on the ground with our trust In God.' we

his speech acceptance and began reciting from the overwhelming convictionthat and their Clergyman leading also have developed a trust
his second inaugural memory !the twenty-third I had nowhere else to In' prayers and hymns.So in our fellow man. This: is the
into /the list of
away passed Psalm. Then he quoted the go. My own wisdom, and that passed the greatest more only nation built on trust and
classics in our language.As '
first of the 14th. chapterof insufficient
Bible and Pll- part of all about me seem tal in history, God's Abraham confidence.
a boy, "
John, "In my Fathers houseare for that day. He Lincoln. The soil from whichhe
gram's Progress were among mansions; if it were of others in And I hope that we can always
many soil the
sought prayers is na-
our ;
the first five books he owned I would have told his elect men to public office
not so, behalf of himself and nation Ition that he loved and servedis
and read. With a buzzard'squill you." After he had given these On one occasion he our nation; the Book which who will protect that
for a pen and some poke from the trust, and not destroy our
and other quotations woke his Minister alt half past guided him is Our Book; the
berry Juice for ink, he copied he recited several and confidence in God and our
Scriptures, one in the morning God whose hand he held is
many of the passages of wisdom "Rock of fellow man and who will pre
hymns, closing with brought him to the White our God. With all this as our
and 'beauty into his note vent the Congress or the Supreme
Ages, cleft: for me. House, saying, "I need you. heritage, and with the example
He lived with these Court from taking our
A little while later the wo- The Minister went and found the inspiration and
books and the effect of this of "In God We Trust"away
man passed to ,her reward. As the President's room strewn the light of his life before us,

association was manhood.The apparent. we rode home In the buggy I with maps, where he was we dare not fall. Let us lookto from us. ThreadgillREMINDER
his E. H.
early in young expressed surprise that he marking out the movementsof God from whence came his
story is told by should have acter 'as Pastoras troops. He said to the Minister strength, that no new Daniel

friend, Capt. Gilbert J. Greene well as Attorney so perfectly "There is your room, you shall arise ,to cry, "Thou are TOFISHERMEN
that; one day Mr. Lincoln and he replied, "God go in. there and pray, and I weighed in the balance and
there is a "
me, and eternity were very near will stay here' and watch. are found wanting."

woman dangerously ill fifteen me 'today." Three times during the night (Several years ago I found Relax, plan a fishing trip

miles in the country who has One hardly need ask why the President knelt beside the the above article among some and go fishing, but keep in
sent for me to write her will.I list of
mightily following
this then almost unknown, Minister and prayed old papers which had belong. mind
should like to have you go frontier, lawyer rose to such to God to bless the boys about ed to my father. I remember. "things to do" issued by the

with me. I cheerfully accepted ed that he had read this to Florida Game and Fresh

me and my brothers about 60 Water Fish Commission as a

years ago, with an added timely reminder' (to fresh"."'',,.water,
statement that "with the faith fisher, ;

II this man had in God and his Have a proper fishing license

r fellow 'man, his life and Old licenses expired
'. .. ", .oJ teachings will have a great June 30. New licenses ire
,; genlfidal affect upon our available at the office pf all

.:J lives and our country: County Judges or authorized

.- I asked Mr. Krler, acting license agents. 'j

". chairman of Senior Citizens to Fish only with pole and:

read this to the group, as I line, rod and reel, spinner, or

o.. ,.\,\rti wanted to follow it with what trolling. Non-game fish may
.,>' affect I could see !that it has be taken with bush hook, set

,I .. had, as my father mentioned.I line or trot line baited with
then read the following.) cut bait or other substance,

For'many known centuriesthe not including live fish, or any

earth has been inhabitedby part of any game fish.

human beings who, like Trot lines are limited to 23
ourselves, have a desire to taking
; hooks when used for
I'.;fo.' live and progress. Among non-game fish for personal
J them have always been some
use a
r, .' with great intelligence, yet
) license.
.. "
; : through the ages men have
Use of set lines or bush
{ f' hungry a great portion
'it gone hooks prohibited in the
//OJ tufr of them have walked and carried are
Fifth Conservation District.Nongame .
goods or other men on
their backs.. But in Americawe fish other than
> be taken by man
find a condition of progress catfish may

.", and general well being ually operated spears, gigs, or
4s, + surpassing the fondest dreamof bow and arrow during' day
light hours, except In waters
all preceeding ages. And .
t"I this has come about mostly where this activity is prohibited
I local law. Under
\ since Lincoln gave his life to by
or diving is
unite the country. It is almost water swimming
Increditable to think that in prohibited when using such
\ 'I devices except in the Santa Fe
. 3 ; less than one hundred ,
", ;"i. ; t and Ichetucknee Rivers, and,
I and actually during the life
A .4 in the Wildcat Lake in the
,; of some of us here, Americans Ocala National Forest
have conquered the darkness,
created astounding defense Fresh water fish may not

against weather, made stupendous be taken by the used of lines

Fill yourvacation attack on space and attached to free-floating unattached
devices, or by the
p the elements of time, by substituting
fun electricity, steam use of snatch hooks, firearms,

and gasoline for the brawnof explosives, electricity, nets,
poison or by the use of any
men. And today we
Florida! other deleterious substance.
tapped the source of atomic
Never fish with than
\ more
so vast that it outdistances
I \ '. three poles and lines or three-
: ; :.': anything that has gone rods and reels at a time.
-N ff:1i: All the historical,cultural before.
,: ,,' Be familiar with and abide
.: :; family fun attractions Florida Americans have outdistanced by the daily bag limit *4ab-

; r boasts are right in your own backyard, .'j" the world ,in literacy, enlightenment llshed for fresh water aline-.
health '
longev- fish. ,
} at off-season prices I ity, general welfare and good The use of goldfish or carp,.

'. -. will. The greatest wonder, or the minnows: of bass is unlawful -
I'; however, is that only about and diseased or illegalbelt

'. 4 three generation are responsible Is subject to confletkm.

for these. accomplishments It is unlawful to sell, offer

/ that surpass the imagination for sale, barter, purchase" or
t'i of all previous generation exchange for merchandise any

*. And most: of it ha* fresh water game fish. '

Omen to paM since this one Check special regulations

M man, who trusted so much in before fishing on aa established

god, brought our country fish management aNa

hack together, and created a There is no

v} Union that has MJUbllstipilcsafldsno and no size doMcIrE

I ", of it* dttesns te i own, water
) CIMPAJM ..a6 .... slay' flrfaf .......
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HILI'IN hsn when the eoiad year.



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I understand a person
has 7 months to sign up for MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGNRelative
medical Insurance and that if
he does not apply during this .
membership of City Business Meetings, and
wait to
period of time, he must
for a new enrollment period.Is the Flagler Beach Tax Pay to establish strong communi
this correct? ers' Association there were cations, which will lead to
u A. Yes. The 7-month period 150 names signed to cards re- better understanding betweenthe
Includes the 3 months beforea questing the City to leave the City and the taxpayers.
person reaches 65, ithe monthof City Park as it was; also requesting Relative to contributions: A
to contribution Is not a prerequisite -
his 65th birthday, and the the Circuit Judge
3 months after he is 65. People grant an Injunction to stop to signing a petition, or
who do not enroll during destruction of this period must wait until The State Constitution provides organization. We are depend
for the rightof ing upon volunteer contribu,
the last 3 months of the next
odd-numbered year to enroll. the people "To petition the tions to carry on the work of
govemmentss for .redress of the organization. This is a
Q. What does a person loseif grievances." In union there is growing organization. The of.
he does not enroll for medical strength. The voice of the fleers are civic minded tax.
W '' Insurance during his first electors. and tax payers ring payers. who together with,
enrollment period? out loud and clear when they others have contributed and
A. He will mot have another speak In full accord. underwritten the legal 'expenses
chance to enroll until the We ,can do many good caused by trying to
( Ibi1 last 3 months of the next odd. things to improve our city, by preserve the City Park. Any
numbered year and his coverage working together. Plan and persons desiring to share in
will not 'begin until Julyof work, one for all, and all for this movement may bring
the following year. one. contributions, to the meetings,
In addition to having no or mail to Taxpayers' Association
coverage during this period of "Who and what is "The P.O. Box 127, Flagler'
time, when he may need It, he Taxpayers Association?" Beach. No dues or assessmentshave
may have to pay a higher (Some time ago a group of been set.
premium for the same protection taxpayers met for the purposeof
discussing a problem involving Doing something to improve
only a small number, your local conditions stimulates .
I .Q. Can people nearing 65 (the owners of land east of the mind, sparks new
sign up for'the medicare even A-1-A Highway); In the ideas, even makes your days
though they are working and course of discussion, the need run more smoothly. Let's get
WHITE SPRINGS ( ..N.S.)-The piano which composer have no plans'for retirement? for an association was perking. Won't you help do
Stephen Foster often played at a neighbor's home in A. Definitely. Work has no brought out and the group your share, to make the Flag.
Pittsburgh more than a century ago has become a bearing on your medicare decided to try to get a Tax. ler Beach Taxpayers' Association
prized permanent exhibit at Florida's Stephen Foster coverage. Hospital insurance Payer's Association organized.The a socially profitable asset
Memorial here on the Suwannee River. Anne Daniel coverage can ,be retroactive up purpose: for the protec to our City by becominga
wearing an authentic 1854-style gown, is shown admir to 12 months, but not before tion, preservation and advancement member.
ing the historic rosewood instrument presented to the you reach 65. However, to get of our City, collectively Fill in the application for
State of Florida by Mrs. Ralph L Melady of Pittsburgh, medical insurance coverage, and individually. One of membership now, and mall it
Foster's great granddaughter. which helps pay doctors' bills the main proposals was that today.
and other medical and health the,taxpayers of Flagler Beachbe Every citizen has good
... bills, you should get in touch well represented at the ideas, yours are encouraged.

with your nearest social secur '

-, ... ity office 3 months before you I wish to become :ajmember" of the Taxpayers Association.
11ilkilirtaj/ U.s.A. are 65. I '
Q. What If a person is
[ A Comes To Florida w.y.H nearing age 65, but is too ill, ; : : ;: .............-..-............
or for some other reason cannot ..:: :

visit the social security _.. .....
office in ? .; : ::';\" '
person :' :: .! \ Box. :
A. He can start his application '
Pho e' 0: ............... .......-. .._ ... .
and medical
for hospital ; I :
Insurance by getting in 1 4<:
touch with the social security Do you wish to become.'arVofflew"of' ; the TPA,atia; future date?
office by letter or phone. For Yes ............................ ,0 __............... '. " those people who work, social '.-:";..,,\ .' : *' .:;
.l .A
security offices throughout the 't >
Wlll. you serve on a Committee? Yes.* tl: ANo.......-.......
country are now open either .
'! .' .; .
't. :
: : .
one night a week, or orf Sat :t : ; t'
urday mornings. You can call Would, you like to be, a:candidate for City Commission at some
your local office to' find out
I 'y when they have these special future date? Yes....'............ No................
office hours. '
Would like to be candidate for Commissioner at
.If your 'have any further you a County
be to contactthe
questions local social sure security officeat some, future date? Yes............... .No......,........

115 N. Ridgewood Ave., Would 'you like to request 'the State's 'Officials to make studyof

Daytona Beach, Florida. the past few years of the expenditures of our tax money?
I 1;'. "''*,> if. "

yes.......?....... No.............. .

>- What's the biggest hit on the Go-Go circuit these days SMALL CAR GEORGE MOODY, SR., PRESIDENTNOTICE

:' It'* Milkanilla, U.S.A.-the great new way of drinking milk
that, teens_are flipping over across( the country. OWNERS MADEFred
For the dreamiest,creamiest, < O. (Bud) Dickinson,
coolest -'teen-8aver" when the I vorite flavoring extract and 1
Jr., Comptroller of Florida, reported
''h hest gets to be, too much, just or 2 drops of food color.And to
mix yourself: a Milkanilla. really top it off, sprinkle cinnamon his office is processing
Everything you need is right in nutmeg, or brown sugaron 12,000 checks to be mailed to
the kitchen now-a glass, a these foamy delights. small car owners due license
spoon, vanilla extract, liquid Now that those hazy, lazy, tag payment refunds. The 1967 County Tax Roll is now completedand
food coloring and milk. days of here,
: Simply summer are
: crazy
add % teaspoonful McCor- you're probably looking for some' These payments, varying is open for public inspection in the Tax Assessors -
i mick's pure vanilla extract, 1 great' party ideas.Want to turn from $2.70 to $8.10 to individual 0
teaspoonful sugar, and 1 to 2 "just a plain get-together"into oar owners, represent the Office at the County Court House.
,drops yellow food coloring to 8 something realty different first state refunds made following
frosty milk; stir and serve Then discard that old "soda- a State Supreme Court Respectfully,
the: top "cooler-off-er" of the peanuts-pretzels" plan-and! ruling on a 1963 automobile
season. stage your very own Milkanilla license fee statute. DONALD R. MOORE,
'v But the fun doesn't stop here I Happening I
With a little imagination, pure Have lots of'pretty parfait Dickinson said the applica Tax Assessor, Flagler County
. fruit extracts, and different glasses, pastel straws-and if tion forms are available at the
food colorings,there are endless you can swing it-a bltnder offices of county tax collectors,
:possibilities for whipping Up ready when the crowd arrives. or be secured by writing
some exciting Milkanilla Flips. Then,let each of the kids choose may
What's your choice-strawberry, his glass and flavor,turn on the directly to the County Finance
1'cherry, orange or lemon? Just l>Iend r-and stir up a term of Department of the Comptrol
I add % teaspoon of pure vanilla Milkanillas and Milk Flips. It's ler's Office, Carlton Building
( leifcract, H teaspoon of your fa- what's happening,baby 1I I 355A, Tallahassee. GAMES PARTY
The Comptroller's Office has
been deluged by refund requests -
t since August 1966,
I when Mrs. Mary Mahorner of THURSDAY AUG. 3, 8 P. M.
. TO ALL MY CUSTOMERS AND Tallahassee filed suit on the

'. the grounds that the state's license
With a heavy heart I hereby announce
closing of Moody's Pharmacy. This hat been my tag law did not cover Flagler Beach Recreation Hall
cart less than
weighing WOO
life here for over 16 year I cannot to in two
:t pound
.' places at ona time, and I chose to servo you as In the ruling this month, Sorry-No Minorsotsvan
Clerk of the Circuit Court. At this I will devote the State Supreme Court up

: j my full time. I do thank all of you for your kind held dM earlier ruling of a
: i patronage over the years, it has been my pleaswe. lower court: that refunds were BY-

Any time that I can serve you in my new eapady in order. -
please do not fail to call oa me. "Refunds are being sent in Disabled American Veterans
the order in which they were
Kindest regards to all, received. This means that Jim Booe Chapter No. 86FLORIDA
George M Moody those who applied first> will
receive their warrants fir t.