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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: August 10, 1967
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
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
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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,. Would BELIEVEIt You The Flagler> Tribune 1 Met With CountyCommissioners


Happened in Flakier

County 20. 30. 4C years: ago ,

7 The regular meeting of the
( VOL. 55 NO. 32 mutts DAY' AUGUST 10 1967 $150 A YEAR Flagler County Board of County

I Commissioners was held
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1957-10 TEARS AGO

David Watkins and Reid C Worley DANA E. FUOUAY C,. of C. RequestsFour.La' ler Monday County, Aug.courthouse.7 at the Flag

Robertson were attending the FORMER RESIDENT

Methodist Youth Camp at DIED SATURDAYDana delegation from the Flag"

Leesburg and Laura Fetterly Resigns AsPoliceman ing Of ,. let .County ..Chamber,of, Corny\ .
was planning to (attend the Evans Fuquay, 55, merce, with .Lee Drazba' as* .
next session. Daytona Beach, died suddenly spokesman made several requests
(.:-) i Saturday night after a heart Highway 100 to the board for their

Curtis Rodgers purchasedthe attack. He is the son of DanaF. consideration.The .

Lamar Harris Grocery The City of Bunnell accept. Fuquay, one of Flagler Directors of the Flagler

Store on S. State Street. ed the resignation of city po County's early developers and County Chamber of Commerce commissioners approveed
builder of Flagler Manor. voted unanimously at a request for $2,500 towardC.
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The Flagler: County 4-H liceman, Charles Worley, at Born in Daytona Beach, he last week's meeting to requestthe of C. operating expensesfor

Club elected the following Monday night's meeting. The spent his childhood at Flag. Board of County Commissioners 1968. The money will be

officers Arthur Carle, president resignation becomes effective ler Beach where he attended to adopt a resolutionto placed In the tenative bUdget.
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vice August 21. Worley, who has school, and later moved to four-lane Highway No. 100.
; Mose Atkinson McMillan. been on the city police force Daytona Beach where he wasa The highway is one of the At the request of the Chamber

president.; Mike DavidCook for a year, plans to start a building contractor. main roads traveled by tour. of Commerce the board

secretary treasurer; and private business. Survivors include his father, ists coming Into this area. voted to reactivate the zoning s
recreational leader board 5 members.
and appoint
Dana F. Lee Drazba chamber -
Fuquay, Daytona secretary
David Lewis, reporter. Other business of the .
commission These board members will
Beach; two daughters, Naomi was appointed to file the
1947 30 TEARS AGO included instructingthe Sue Sims and Eula Ann Fu request with the county com represeht each commission
city clerk to notify the district.
Mrs. Jane Davis, who had quay, Daytona Beach; two sis mission.
Florida East Coast Railway of
the Princess Beauty ters, Mrs. Harold Massie,
operated needed repairs at the Lambert Chamber members an. The next request by the C.
Salon here several months, South Daytona, and Mrs.
Avenue crossing nounced billboards directing of C. was for a decision by
purchased the business! from Philip Kester, Flagler Beach; the Board of Commissionersfor
travelers
Flagler
her sister Mrs. Una Barber. Voted to advertise, for bids and one granddaughter.Services shorter through routes than new entry roads to the

<.:-) for 2000 feet of reinforced concrete were held at 2 p. m. County Interstate on 95 will be placed on airport property. There seemsto
Flagler County Board of be Installed at Wednesday at Bagget-Mcln-
pipe to be some confusion concernIng -
at
US Hwy. No. 1 interchange
Commissioners were workingon the Flagler County Housing tosh with Rev. Norman Ben- Pelllcer Creek north of the the need for these and the

a plan to get some of the Authority site, with bids to nett, Jr., pastor of Calvary county line and south of the offer of Lewis Wadsworth to I

old county farm-to-market be received at the August 21 Baptist Church, officiating In- National Gardens Interchange.The trade some glide right-of-way
roads paved. Roads recom meeting. The Housing Author. ferment was in Bellevue Memorial which Is now on his propertyfor

mended to the State Road ity will pay for the cost of the Park. signs will be erected by new access roads to various

Dept. for paving were "the pipe and will be installed by Pallbearers were John Rob. Don Bell Signs of Daytona parts of the 'airport prop.

loop", beginning at the Mike city crews. erts, Freeman Roberts, William Beach for $1440.00 which includes erty. These entryways are also .
Stefllk corner In Bimini and Williams, Sonny Davis leasing and maintenance owned by Wadsworth.
following the loop to the Wale Agreed to advertise for bidsof and Sam Crawford. for one year.
ter Cody comer connecting modifying one of the city's Mr. Wadsworth suggestedthat
Miss
Perkins Hwy. and 'part of the wells. Contracts will be GRID PRACTICE SET secretary Barbara to the Smythe Chamber, new of the Board of Commission.
awarded at a special meetingof their of
Seville Road from Dean's ers use power condemnation
FOR BUNNELL HIGHAll Commerce was introduced by
corner to the Volusla County the commission August 14 Lewis Wadsworth. to! establish an
line. at 8:00 p. m.Suggested prospective football players president equitable price for the proposed

(.:-) at Bunnell High Schoolare Members discussed several access roads If the tradeIs
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Holden the mayor writea to report to the school, locations' available in the not acceptable to ai majority
were hosts at an Informal letter to Marco Polo Corp. gym at 8:00 a. m. Tuesday, county for use as a chamber of the board.
house White Tides' welcoming them to the area August 15 for the first practice office. The new location will
cut
open home and, offering the assistance of of the season, Coach Jack be announced following an The proposal was discussed +

their Ocean attractive Shore Blvd.new on the. commission If needed. .. Hall said today.'I'! '.. .-. agreementwith.the owners.......i..and-.aenotion byCommlsslon::

( .) t o' before : There will ,be two practice Theo Hein chamber treas. er Cowart that the CO\lalty.af,
-: Dr. Canakaris appeared
sessions dally 8 a. m. and 6 ured, and Miss Smythe were cept the entrance proposal.
commissioners to
1937-THIRTY TEAKS AGO the the city to furnish and re p. m. for the next two weeks. appointed to prepare a proposed Motion died for lack of a sec.

Clare Biddle and John F. quest Install culverts on N. Bacher The new head coach of the budget for the ensuing ond.

Clements returned home from Bulldog team stresses the importance I
Street. The commission agreedto year.Methods In a heated discussion on
Ga. where of the of soliciting
they mem
LaGrange preseason
hire Phillips and Wine As. closing two runways, which
played baseball with the Or- sessions for all prospective berships were discussed and
sociates to take elevations of the Board of Commissionershave
mond in the National agreed to contact' prospective
team players.
.the location before a decisionwas authority to do, Commission
Semf-pro tournament Coach Hall moved to Bun members. Membership committee
made. chairman, Louis Stefllk,
(-:-) nell last month from HoweyIn members are Lee Draz
replying (to George Moody'sobjection
Charles R. Creal of Buffalo, the Hills, where he was ba, Grady Prather, Theo Heln suggested the fee

Kentucky had returned to CITY SOFTBALL CHAMPS Athletic Director at Howey and Mrs. Paulette Harris.Dr. paid for an airport use study
Bunnell and was working withE. Academy for two years. John M. Canakaris suggested
made last by a Miami
H. Ashcraft, president of TO PLAY ST. AUGUSTINE Other members of the coaching a merchants committee year
firm should have been paid to
the Citizens Bank of Titusville, staff for the 1967.68 sea be formed to attempt !to
softball
City of Bunnell Mr. Moody, as he appears (to
perfecting the organization ofa son are Joe Kirkland, Jack keep local business In the
champions, Wadswortth Lumbermen be more of am/ expert than the
new bank for Bunnell. Hardin, and Hilton Beasley.The area.
will play Harry'sCurb company that made the study.A l
<-:-) Market team of St. Augustine Bulldogs open their season President Wadsworth called

Miss Mary Yandergriff, in a double header tonight September 15 when they for a general membership representative of Embry-
welfare worker for Flagler on the local diamond. meet Crescent City on the meeting August 23 Riddle Aeronautical Institute,

County announced the WPA Game time is 7:30 p. m. Rebel Gridiron. Other games The Bunnell Airport feasibility Daytona Beach, spoke against
Commodity truck woUld be in scheduled for the Bunnell report was discussedand closing any runways, and Indicated .
Bunnell Tuesdays Instead of Starting pitcher for the team Include Callahan, Father decided two of the runways the school may have

Wednesdays. lumbermen will be Joe Ar Lopez, Florida D & B, St. Jos- would have to be closedin use for some airport facilities

(-:.) nold. Earl Bond will pitch for epr, Baldwin, Hastings, Wa- order to use the facility for in the future, but there was
Joe Norfleet, agriculture In. the market team. kulla County and Oviedo. recreation and industry. no indication this would be of

structor at Bunnell High any financial benefit to Flag

School was one ot the speak. READY FOR BUSINESS ler county.

ers at a statewide conferenceof :
Commissioner Wick II n e
leaders in -
agriculture Daytona
Beach. ., spoke c! the many Flagler i

County boys who had learned ,
1927-FORTY TEARS AGO to fly at the local facility ate* ,

The Berthanla Corporation i S that he was interested In
bought 25,000 acres of land in f keeping it for the "boy*."

Flagler County, according to
officials of the company the Raymon Tucker and Lyman '

land would be divided into Gage appearing in behalf of

farms and colonized by the Flagler County Cattle
small o I Ig
American citizens of HungarIan i men's Association, itqmetnil a
ance&try. decision on creaking fifeflltles ,
<--r for their "Cracker Dy" celebration

The Flagler Cenntr Bakery r on land at the airport.

located on the Dixie Hwy in r After discussion the bop

Lake Tepeoe bad started business I and interested people Inepeot-
again. Mr. Eaoott was r f p ed the designated itceratidft ;\.

the pII8tI d.... area. '.
(.:.) It was later agreed to re-
Maria Allen was visiting in gh + quest a represenative tram the
Federal Aviation Authority *
Crescent Cfty.
(-:-) W meet with the board to determine

The St. John Rtfk. boys agricultural what can ot oMMt
dab Journeyed to be done with the airport prop

Buntell for the flr.t Flagler ? D erty. .
County lnter-club baseball It appears to the editor that
the entire meeting concerning
game of the season.
The battery work for St. the airport property was an

John Park was done by Rob I v mr exercise in futility.

ert Burned and Lee Senge. "
Claude Dean and Luther Pow FB CITY COMMHHOH
._ 4L. MEETS TOMIORT Titt
ell performed tor Bunnell. -
The Flagler Beach City
'
Clare BUdle, flnt Acker for
Bunnell made some sensational G. S. (Gib) Anderson left, Cochran, clerk are shown Photo by Th o C. HelD Commission will mesh
catches 9t Join Park won pharmacist and owner of An ready to serve customers in al Arts Building, 706 East at 7:30 p. m. at

87. derson's Drugs, and Shep their new location Profession Moody Blvd. building.

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T:! RS. AUGUST
GET TOGETHER FOR 2-THE. LAGLEH Tu ur& _
Jfllaglrr\ (Tribune
BUONO FAMILY .
IN CORPO nATE D : i' -

BUNNELI FLORIDA,.. .... ... There was a get-together OVEN READY
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.. -- : recently Center honoring at the Bunnell two members Civic C :: a I C I G C.'s Own

LEN WILSON of the Buono family Jimmy Qlscw.iMa
.,' Editor" and PuUlnherBBTTE Buona and Warrant Officer Meal Loaf

a McDANIEL Bernard Buono. It was a birth
News Editor day anniversary celebrationfor $ I
Jimmy and a farewell par- Ai

ty for Bernard, who left July i 3 $189

Designated Legal newspaper for llAdvertfdnc 29 the for U.s.duty Army.Thirtythree In. Vietnam with 4' Ib. LoafU.

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members of the
Entered a* second class matter
February 8, 1913, at the post- family enjoyed the affair. S. D. A. Choice
office at Bunnell. Florida, under
Act of :March S, 1878. .
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SIRLOIN I '

lOc Per Copy CLASSIFIED STEAKS : 'Iba $$1'09Choice
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One ,I Year' ,__ _" _....:.......*3.50 ADVERTISING orT-BOHE : .

Six Month ........................S2.00
Outside Flakier County JuicyALL

94.00 Per'Year


LEGAL ADVEUTISRMDXTIXVITATIOJf RATE-4c'per word. Minimum MEAT STEW Ib 69

TO HIDSealed charge! per Issue $1.00. p

\ bids wilt be received In SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain
th,i Office of the Superintendentof fields Installed; Rota-Roter Lean Western "CENTER CUT" ,

County Public Courthouse.Instruction I' O.Fl&fler Box snall-shell. Reasonable prices.
755. Bunnell, 1I'1orldal.untll 4SOT. : Call George Jarosz, 437.3410
September 1967, 10
M. Friday. 1.
8-1-tf 73Lyke'
for the following repairs: PORK CHOPS lb. .
Furnishing all labor and materials -
for the repair of roof at
Carver Junior High School Ca- WANTED: Will buy LIVE
fetortum Bunnell, Florida.. Rattlesnakes Indigo Snakes,

contact All Interested the Office of persons the Superintendent may. Cord Snakes and large moccasins

of Public' Instructionor Moody's TaxidermyShop "SUGAR CREEK" Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SLICED
the Principal at Carver Junior
High School. All bids shall be Idleson Building. Ph.
completely sealed and plainly, 437.3989, Bob 'Moody. FRANKS BREAKFAST BACON
marked"Bids on the for front Repair of of the Roofat envelop July 20, 27, Aug. 3, 10, !tp '

Carver Junior High School." Ib.Cello .
The Flagler County Board of 12 oz. 69 d
Public 'Instruction reserves the FLAGLER BEACH LOTS Cello 39c .i. Pk::. "
right to reject any or alt bide 50 fjt. Ocean front lot north of Pkg.

Chairman Harold Emery Flagler Flagler Beach $3,500; 2 lots

County Board of on Central Ave., $3,000; 2 lots
"SPLIT"BROILERS
Public Instruction. Fresh Florida Grade "A" (2-2ya H>- Avg.)
Bar
T1'II on Daytona Ave., 25Q0.
COT H rrls, Jr. ker & Wilson, Inc., Realtors &
"J Auctioneers, Tribune Bldg.,
DiM G f Public Instruction.Aug. .

LB8AL ADVERTISEMENT. 8, 10 2te. Bunnell. Phone 4373282. lb. 37


SINGER AUTOMATIC .
i.v THE CIRCUIT counT -OF CONSOLE MODEL
TOT I HVTJXTII JUDICIAL Sewing machine Zlg Zags,
('t.CUIT IN AM) FOR FUAG- "
L TY, FLOHIOA.riiANCHuY blind stitches buttonholes,
NO. aim decorates, etc. Original price TURKEY NECKS-HOG MAWS- PIG /a $ 00
ANNA' BBUUAQWLUA, I I
Plaintiff, $300., Has a balance of $62. or FEET-RIB TIPS-NECK BONES-PIG TAILS *$lbs...... 'I

CLARA MITCHELL v. et al., reliable party in this area can
Defendants. assume $2. weekly payments.
NOTICE OF MOHTOAOB SUIT TO FOIIECIO4R Phone COLLECT Jacksonville) Del Monte 6 0:&. Can

TO: Delaware Valley Financial 3531946. Ask for crymi u. SOLID DIXIE CRYSTAL
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:, rfeor.\Vgn aker. Will deliver, no obllgatloa. LltHT I TUNA3For.. T

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If7 Third Avenue Aug.3,10,17,24,31-5tc
Ner York. New York 10017 SUGAR
You are hereby notified that a SPAM 12 oz Can
Complaint to foreclose a certain 5100 WEEKLY ASSURED IN-
mortgage on the following do LUNCHEON Ea.
scribed to-wit: COME MEN OR WOMEN MEAT 4ge Ib.
Lots l'ldertr. Block 1R8. In Five day work week, local 5 BagLimit 47C
the Bunnell. Florida -
ToWStof I in the office of opening free training, $20 per
the Clrcdlt, Court In Map working: day assured. Guaranteed Juniper 3 Ib. Bag 1 with $5.00 or more food orderPillsbury's
Book 1 page 2 Deed Book
37. page 289 Flagler Coun- Watkins Products com LONG D 'I r r Each.
ty Florida.furniture Together, withthe plete line, Household, Cosmetics GRAIN IX ILL 33e
furnishings
fixtures and Improvements Medicines, Insecticides
contained therein, Animal Health. No investmentnecessary. Dixie Lily 4 lb. Bag
has been filed againt and
other defendants and that you Write A. C. Child- Each (Sweet or Buttermilk)
are required to serve a copy of ress, P. O. Box No. 11, Forest GRITSDixie 33e
Answer to the
your or pleadings
Park, Georgia. 300"0.
Complaint on plaintiffs attorney
Donald R. Corbett P. O. Aug. 3, 10, 17, 3tc. BISCUITSMEAL
Box 2363. 205 N. Rosalind Or- Lily 41b. Bag
lando, Florida, and file the original '
Answer or pleadings In the Each
office of the Clerk of the Circuit FEEL UNEASY? Protect' your 33e $ oz,
Court on or before the 28th day home and family now against 4
of August 1967. If you fail to do and break-ins witha CansFROZEN 35
prowlers'
so. judgement by default will betaken a- -u
against you for the reliefdemanded 6 weeks old Doberman Pin-
In the Complaint.This scher reasonable. Ph.
notice shall be published puppy,
once each week for four consecutive 4373257.l Aug. 10, Itc CRISCO
weeks in Flagler Tribune.
DONE AND ORDERED atBunnell FOODS
:Florida, this 21st day
Used Baby Crib and Mattress,
of July ll 7.gSORaE. Ib.
1,[. MOODY, $1.QQ.: New Baby Crib and
Clerk ler County, Circuit, Florida Court, Flag Mattress, $23.50. Jerry's Furn 3 Tin 67 Gold King 1 lb. pkg.

By: Janice Murray iture and Appliances, Old Dixie HUSH Ea.
Deputy Clerk. Hwy., 2 miles south of Ko- PUPPIES
Z5e
July ZTctc.Flagler Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order ,
rona. :Phone 4373752. 8-10-ltc

I Sea Pak 10 oz. Pkg.
INCOME-SPARE TIME BREADED
FRESH PRODUCE E"
Excellent spare time business SHRIMP 590

opportunity. No selling.
RUg6ESST
Loose YellowONIONS
Refill and collect money from
New Type coin operated dispensers Ibs.
in this area. Must 3 Z5e CHASE & SANBORN

have $650 (to $1950 cash, car
and references. Ten hours Golden RipeBANANAS INSTANT COFFEE

weekly can net excellent In Ib.
come. More time can resultIn IOC
more money. For personal 7 oz.
TribuneBUNNELL interview write Re-Co Distributing U. S. No. 1 Regular' Jar 69c

Co., P. O. Box 6171, Pittsburgh -
Limit
PHONE 437-3282 Pa. Include phone POTATOES 10 lb. 49C 1 with $5.00 or more food order

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4-THE FLACLER TRIBUNE THUR&. AUGUST 10. 1967 MILLER-COBB MRS. DANNIE FRAILEY

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WEDDINGMiss

Cynthia Anne Cobb hfr K
will become the bride of >
James L. Miller at seven
o'clock Thursday evening,
LOCALS August 10 at the First Baptist
I ., Church of Bunnell.
Following the ceremony a
reception will be held In the AiTTl
church recreation hall.
\f Zena Muzyka returned home Visiting with Lewis and All friends and relatives of
: Friday from a month's vaca Angela Wadsworth Sunday at the couple are invited to both
tion.
After several weeks visit
the Princess Estate were Dr. the ceremony and reception.
In Bahama Islands, she droveto l .t wr
North Carolina for a few and Mrs. James Clower and r
FINESSE CLUBENTERTAINED
days before returning home. sons and Mrs. Kathleen Wo-

mack of Daytona Beach. Y! (Nyia
Mr. and Mrs. James T. Bar. -
Mrs. Walter Morris entertained
( field, Jr. and son Bobby of Atlanta Walter and Laura Morris with a bridge-luncheon ra b ilIY
Ga are staying at Flag.
ler Beach while visiting with and son Randy returned home Tuesday at her home, 500 N.
r Mrs. Rosely Cameron and Mr. Sunday from two weeks va Chapel. Guests were membersof
the Finesse Club.
and Mrs. W. W. Deen In Bun- cation. They spent a week in
High scorers were Mrs. Sam
nell., -u<.," I Kentucky visiting with relatives Broadaway and Mrs. Jim
and a week in visiting Craig.
: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Steen, points of interest in South The group will meet Tues
I, Glasgow Ky. are expected to day evening at 8 p. m. at the
arrive Friday to spend the Florida. Craig home, North Orange St.
weekend with her brother and
sisterin-law, Walter and Visiting here last week with POOL PARTY FOR
Laura Morris. Mr. Steen, a Al and Leola Jones and Julia
U. S. government tobacco Harvey at Painters Hill were BAPTIST CLASS
grader, is temporarily assigned Mr. and Mrs. Lester Davis of
The home of Mr. and Mrs.
Columbus Ga and Mr. and
to the Blackshear, Ga. ,
market. Mrs. Tom Spurlin and son of Mike Steflik, Flagler Beach, '
Sylvester' Ga. was the setting for a pool i' : :
party and weiner, roast last ,. a '
Delores Deen returned home Tuesday evening for membersof
I Sunday from Belle Glade after Diana McKnight of Land. the Junior Sunday School :.,
I a weeks visit with her brother over, Md. arrived last Tuesday Class of the Bunnell Baptist r 3c9 1 (
I and sister-in-law, Billy and for a weeks visit here Church.
\ I I Carol Deen and daughter with her parents, Mr. and Twenty--flve members and
,.: Caroline. The Deen's 'accompanied Mrs. J. H. McKnight, Jr., Flag- their parents enjoyed the gala f
"S"#
ler Beach. ;
Delores home and are occasion. k yz
visiting at the home of his
parents, Bill and Freda Deen, Visiting In the home of Mr. STACY WILLIAM MATIIEN
Moody Blvd. and Mrs. Walter Creal, Bun- .- '. :: lJr.""
"
I. nell, one day last week, Mr. and Mrs. William Mathen -
I. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Crews were Mr, and Mrs. Roy Ken Favorita, announce the MISS BOURNE IS WED tendants gowns were empire
sheaths the maid of honor'sin
rS and family have moved to nedy from Dunedin, Florida. birth of a son born Monday, IN CHURCH CEREMONY ;
Pal atka August 7 at 5.05 a .m. at Daytona seaspray green with teal
to reside.
Gene Knight and Martin Beach General Hospital, Miss Elizabeth Lynn Bourne satin trim and the bridesmaids
Mrs. Tucker left Tuesday for Lafayette Holly Hill. and Dannie Earl Frailey in maize with gold sat
Judy Eddinger of Jacksonville
''I, visited here Thursday La. where Gene has He weighed seven pounds were united in marriage Saturday in trim. They carried bouquetsof
Y, with Sara Rodgers.Mrs. some of his quarter horses entered and eight ounces at birth and afternoon in Flagler daisies.
in the races at Evan- has been named, Stacy Wil Beach Methodist Church. The Jeffery Seale, Bunnell, servo
Robert Borick and Mrs. geline Down Tract. They plan: liam. Rev. Reynold Hoover, officiated ed as best man and the ushers
Ronald Webb have returnedto to return home Sunday. Paternal grandparents ait the double-ring cere were Judson Stryker, Lee
their homes In Elmira, N.Y. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mathenof mony, and traditional nuptial Bourne, Jr., brother of the
after a weeks visit at Flagler Friends of Mr. Walter Cody Favorita. music was performed by organist bride, Ed Schatz of Flagler
\ Beach with Mrs. Webb's will be sorry to learn he underwent Linda Skolar. Beach and Kenneth Oddy of
mother, Mrs. Mabel Ward andy surgery at Flagler ROSEMARY ANN SMITH The parents of the bride are St. Augustine.

:- her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Hospital In St. Augustine Fri, ''Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Smiths '. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee There was a reception immediately
: Mrs. Gilbert Krier. day. Wishing him a speedy Jr", Garfield, N. J. are the Bourne, 901 S. Daytona Ave., following the ceremony -
I recovery.J. proud parents of a daughter Flagler Beach. Mr. and Mrs. at the church fellowship -
; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Allen Rosemary Ann Smith, born Henry Shill, 100 7th Street, hall.
and children and Mrs. Richard B. High 61 Miami spent August 5 in a Garfield Hospit Flagler Beach, are the par Miss Elaine Frailey, sisterof
Yelvington and daughter planto the weekend visiting here with ents of the bridegroom. the groom, kept the bride's
leave Saturday for Texas his mother, Mrs. Virginia B. al.The little girl weighed 8 Escorted by her father, the book. Presiding at the serving
for a visit with relatives. They High, who Is a medical pa- pounds and 2% ounces at bride chose a white formal table were Mrs. E. J. Somer-
plan to return home in about tient at Bunnell General Hos birth. gown of silk organza, witha feldt, Mrs. O. K. Herr, Mrs.
two weeks. pital._ Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Knoxof removable chapel train. The James Langford and Miss
Bunnell are the maternal empire bodice of the gown featured Eleanor Shill, sister of the
Donna Wadsworth is visiting Trudie Hall returned to her grandparents. a scoop neckline and groom. Bobby and Wendy
In Atlanta, Ga. with her home in Korona Sunday after fashioned with long sleeves.A Chase, cousins of the groom
w parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill several months visit In Augusta WEN DEE RENAE TWIGGMr. forward headdress of roses distributed rice bags. ,
;' Lassiter, while her husband Ga. with relatives. and organza loops trimmed Among the out of town
Lew is on a trip to Hawaii, ; and Mrs. George Twigg, with seed pearls held her guests were Mr. and Mrs. R.
NY' New Zeland and Australia. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Nip St. Johns Park, announce the bouffant, elbow length veil. H. Clark, East Point, Ga., un
per and family returned home arrival of an eight pound She carried an heirloom marriage cle and aunt of the bride; Mr.
Margaret Ann Shelton and Friday from a week spent in baby girl' born August 5 at service book, which had and Mrs. Jack Gunder and
children, Jackie, Tract and Magee Valley, N. C. and 2:55 p. min the Glendale been used in the marriage of sons Glen and Drue, Orange-
Doug of Ocala spent(the weekend Chattanooga, Tenn. ,Hospital in Palatka. her grandparents, the late Mr. burg, S. C., uncle and auntof
with her parents, Eddie ,She has been named Wen- and Mrs. Fred H. League. She the bride; Mrs. Bruce Jordy
and Babe Irwin at Flagler Edee and Rob Cowart and dee Renae, and is the granddaughter carried a bouquet of tuberoses and daughters Terri and Suz-
Beach. Jerry Tllton spent last weekat of Mr. and Mrs. Bert centered with a corsage zane, Jacksonville, cousins of
Astor Park visiting with Harding of St. Johns Park. of carnations. the bride; and Rev. Atlee
Walton and Margie Kinneyand their grandmother, Mrs. Esther Miss Anne Bourne was her Stevens, Lake Mary, Florida.
children are staying at Lackey. Visiting there HONORED WITH sister's maid of honor. Bridesmaids After a short wedding trip
the Kinney beach cottage at this week are Jay Tilton and BABY SHOWER were Miss Jane Graves, to Miami Beach, the couple
Flagler Beach this week. Chuck Cowart. Daytona Beach, and Miss will live in Darien, Ga. where
Mrs. Jerry Burnsed was Kathy Bourne, another sisterof he is employed with Union
Peter, Margaret, Billy and Mr. and Mrs. Remley Murray guest of honor at a Baby the bride. The bridal at. Camp Co.
Maria Threadgill of Washing. and children spent the Shower Friday evening at the
ton, D.C. and Susan Thread- weekend in Georgia visiting Skolar home on Palm Av.
gill of Atlanta, Ga., grandchildren with relatives. Saturday they Hostesses for the lovely af .
of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. were the overnight: guests of fair were Mrs. Fred Skolar,
Threadgill of Flagler Beach, Mr. and Mrs. John Peede in Miss Cheryl Skolar and Mrs. WHITE BARNANTIQUES
left Friday to return to their Hawklnsville, Ga. Sunday Richard Yelvington.A '
homes after a weeks visit with they attended the wedding of blue and pink stork motif ,
_:: their grandparents. their niece, Miss Cindy Hal- was used In the decorations
': stead, in Ellaville, Ga. The throughout the home.
,: Mike and Betty Steflik were Murrays daughter, Elaine, The refreshment table featured ;;;r'.i: j t
in Jacksonville Saturday stayed over in Hazelhurst, Ga. a decorated< cake topped 'S ;
where they attended the Antique for several weeks visit with with a miniature baby
I" Show at Jacksonville her aunt, Mrs. Laura Bram- carriage. A fruit punch and .V: ....": hA
Beach Coliseum. blett cake was served. Party favorsof U. S. NO. 1 SOUTH-BUNNELL ... '
miniature carriages filled
:
with nuts and mints were given FLEA MARKET '
EVERY; ..
BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS to the guests. Games Were ; .
played during the eveningand '
prizes were won by Mrs. SUNDAY r:
FREE ESTIMATESCUSTOM Pam Swank and Mrs. Gary
Cowart.
s BUILT KITCHEN CABINETS Fourteen guests attended.MCHVBS 9 A. M.-. S P. M. .

BATHROOM VANITIES and STORE FIXTURES

Laminated Plastic-Fin* Hardwood MOREC WE BUY ANYTHING OLD -.
Boyd C. Robertson, Jr. MO ,
Now Serving Bunnell and All Surrounding Areas, of Mr. and. Mrs. ConMI Mettfton ..

50 Mile Radius Bunsen, will reoete a No Charge For House CaJk
Bectelor
Call Collect 437-3513 Engineering decreefrantffc CALL 672.1843 .
Unh eMtty of Florida ,
Saturday, August 12. I 'u. '



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HOSPITAL NOTES 5-mE FLACLE1\ TRIBUNE mUDS.. AUGUST 10. 1967

ADMITTED-Steve Under- Social -
wood, Virginia B. High, Naomi Security
Hosford, Clifford Dodgen,
Quantity Rights
Nathan, Jim Cooper Townsend, Wanelle, Rosemary Hunter NEWSQ. WE GIVE ]IiI Reserved

and E TT S tss
Walker Carrie Alford of My husband Is 68 years
Bunnell; Ann Fuller, Leonard old and has never worked un TOP Prices Good
Johnson, Eleanor Foltz and der
social security. He didn'tsign
Mae Hendren of Flager Beach Thurs., Fri., Sat.
; up for medicare last year
Kathy Guthrie, Miami; Minnie before the deadline, and he's VALUE I and Monday,'.
Edwards, St. Augustine; going Into the hospital now. SUPER MARKET August 10, 11, 12
Richard Flaherty }''It. Lauder- Can he still get some help STAMPS and 14, 1967
dale; Clay Swain, Dalton, Ga. with his medical expenses?
and Wayne nedden, Toronto, A. Yes. He can still become 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437.3201
Canada. eligible for !the hospital In
DISMISSED-Florence Col- surance part of medicare by
by, John Campbell, Natlie filing an application now. But,
Hannah, Nagi Abraham, Marie he won't be eligible for the I VALUES GALORE J& MEAT DEPARTMENTArmour I
Williams, J. C. Rodgers, voluntary medical (doctor
Bonnie Higginbotham, Lawrence bill) insurance until next year
Emanuel, Marie Janlckl, and then only If he enrolls
John Kinney, Mittle Smith, between October 1 and December StarCHUCK
Kathy Guthrie and Nathan 31 of :this year.Q. .
Cooper. I've heard there's a lot
of work to medicare.I : P I
HOME FROM TRIP have paper to enter the hospital ROAST Lb....;.__.: ...._.... .._...._._;.... 49

shortly for an operation. What .
Reverend and Mrs. Oliver kind of papers should I take Armour Star
Taylor, Cliff, Karen, and Ken with me? -
ny took a 20 day, 7600 mile, A. You won't need anythingbut .

camping vacation trip In Ju your health Insurance RIB STEAK 'LbL. : ,.. ........_ ... : .._. ....... 89.u'
ly. They traveled thru 18 card. Just show this to the :' .' .;.. '" "
states which took them to admissions clerk at the hose """"" ..'<:" ; ..J! '
Oregon and the Pacific Ocean. pital. The hospital will file Tender Select \' A' r. ':,;"S,I
Points of interest visited on the necessary papers for you. ..:. ,'" '

the Kansas trip; included'Yellowstone Dodge Park City;, community Q. Is there where any place I can in the get BEEF LIVER Llj:.; ..;;. .... :;:._. _.._....... 49-
Crater of the Moon National ::
In filling out medi-
help my .
.
'
Park, Idaho; Crater Lake, Oregon care claims forms? Tender (Boneless) ," ( c' .
; the Grand Canyon, the *
A. Yes. Take your. bills and '
Petrified Forest and the Painted receipts to your local social ., ,<, .:. ,:' r : '

DesertIn security office. The office for STEW MEAT Lb...........:. '..\...,.'.........'N'.....t............... 69-
.
Oregon they spent several this area Is at 115 N. Ridge- : '; I \
days visiting with Reverend wood Avenue, Daytona Beach, .' 1 '
.
Armour StarCHUCK _, .; :.
Taylor's sister and family Florida.Q. .
the Herbert Goodlands in It understandingthat .
was
Astoria. Then they spent 3 medicare my would pay all STEAK Lb......._...:.:..li: ;.._:..._......_ 59
nights camping with the of my hospital bills. I recently
Goodlands in Oregon. They recent stay In the hospital. Armour StarROUND. \

noted that at Crater Lake received a bill for $65 from a ..............
there were still patches of Should I this? .
snow in the campsite. On the A. Yes. pay Medicare does not SIRLOIN ..........-. STEAK Lb............................................. 99-
(trip they encountered temperatures pay all of your hospital bills.
as low as 40 andas You must pay the first $40
high as 109 degrees. during each "spell of illness."
Also certain items and services -
CELEBRATES FIRST such as telephones, televisions Lean Delicious Lean Delicious Armour StarShoulder
etc. may not be covered Short Ribs, Pork Steaks,
BIRTHDAY
at all. If you have a private Lb.................. 4ge Lb.................. 5ge Roast, Lb.........65e
Emily Lenssen, daughter pf room, you must also pay
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lenssen, the difference.Q. Delicious Boston Butt Lean Delicious
I feel that I should entera Brisket, Pork Roast, Ground
celebrated her first birthday hospital for a few ,days to. Lb.....:........_.... 3ge Lb..._.............. 5ge Beef, 2 LB ..... 9ge I
anniversary Friday afternoon rest and build myself up. My
with a party at her home, doctor doesn't think this Is
Von Bulow Ranch. necessary. Can I admit myselfto Canada Dry (Flavor)
Enjoying the traditional refreshments the hospital and just forget
of cake and Ice about the doctor?
cream with the honoree were A. Even if the hospital 28-Oz. '
Debbie, Patti and Happy would permit you to do this, DRINKS 10
Meekins, Lamar Justice and no payment could be made Bottle
Martin and Holly Btefllk. under medicare for your hospital .
stay. The doctor must
THANK YOU certify that hospitalization is Limit 6 Please-Plus Deposit
medically necessary before Long Grain
May I (take this opportunity any payment may be made.Q. I

nurses to and thank entire the staff doctors of the, I've Just prepared my 3 Lb.Limit ((2 Bags) please
Bunnell General Hospital for first medicare claim for doc R I C EI with V

stay their In kindnesses the hospital.during my Where tor's A. See bills.do pages I send It's 23.25 ready it? of to your go. Bag order.$5.00 or more'food 2 9

Many thanks to my friends "Medicare Handbook" for the
and neighbors for their pray names and addresses of organizations Martha White (Plain or S. R.) I '.
ers, visits, cards, flowers and that handle medicare
gifts. They all meant so muchto claims. If you need further
me.I help, call or visit your 5-Lb.'
am deeply grateful to the social security office. FLOUR 39
blood donors. If you have any further BagLimit
May God bless you all. questions be sure to contact
Hannah the local social security officeat
Natlie
115 N. Rldgewood Avenue, ((1) with purchase of $5.00 or more food order
Beach, Florida. Giant Size
Daytona
The Jim Walter Corp. re-

cently materials purchased division the of building Allied THANK: YOU Limit (1) with "

Chemical Co. for $48 million. May we take this methodof TIDE I chase of or V
$5.00. pur4 9
AIMed said it wanted to move thanking our neighborsand
away from building materials friends for their kind expressions food order.
production. of sympathy in our
bereavement. These expressions
have been deeply appreciated.
O. F. ALFORD We also extend our Lady Betty 15 oz. Sunlite (303 Can)
Registered deep appreciation to the doc COKE WAFERS TOMATOES,
tors and staff of Bunnell General 2 Jar.....................,...:._.....; SSe 6 Cans.... .........._.._......._.... 9 e
Real Estate BrokerBunnelL Hospital.The .
Family of Everfresh 20 oz. Everfresh (Twin Pkg.) ;
r
Florida
Mrs. Peggy Worley BREAD, POTATO CHIPS,
..Al-r ..- -- -- 4 Loaves...............w..r.. ........ 95e PkgMyl. ...................................... 4ge I

Regular Loaf :

BREAD, SALT,

ON TIMECERTIFICATES 5 Loaves ...............-............... 95C 26 oz. Box.............................. ice
501

Product Frozen Foods Dairy Items

VOLUIIA MINIMUM II.'" -.. DAYS
COUNTY RENEWABLE: AOTOKATtCALLYNATIONM ,...... Crisp AM Flavor Kraft (F....)

( '.a. ..............3.e ICE MILK ORANGEJWCE
BAN
,II. 877417 175 W. a..IG
Onnoad >>...> )Ftorite Vellow c..... HALF GALLON HALF GALLON

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i I f 6-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THUR&. AUGUST 10, 1967
I Weekly SermonRev. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT


needed to meet government [CHURCHjj I Oliver F. Taylor.' Pastor Sealed REQUEST bid will FOR be received BIDS in

'tI I' payrolls, to pay an ever increasing Bunnell ;Methodist Church the office of the City Clerk of
Too Late number of bureau. the City of Bunnell Florida. In
until
NEWS the Civic Center Building
crats whose job he is told is to ( I THE WORLD AFLAME 8:00 p. m. on the 14th day of
; care for and look after him. Aurust. A. D. m7, for the following
To Classify The United States is the modification to the existing -
Most of them draw down : water supply facilities:
much more than he does and FIRST METHODIST strongest and most prosperous Part A. Furnish f. o. b. Dun.
Russell Kor nell. Florida the following: parts
; BY still clamor for more. BUNNELL nation in the world, yet we for the existing Byron Jackson
8" O-M 4-stage deep well tur-
For example a person who Ile,. Oliver Taylor. Pastor have had internal problems bln pump S/N 389245:
A review of our daily newspapers Sunday School 9:45 which have tried the souls of One (1) each additional stage
earned $5.000 in 1956, now a. m. consisting bronze series case
Indicate that a large needs a salary of $6,000 to Worship Service, 11:00: a. m. men. It is easy to become engrossed bearing, impeller, and lock col-

percentage of our populationis stay even, and the $7,500 earner Methodist Youth Fellowship, in violence, and do Iett.One (1) each new bowl shafting
unhappy. Not only the poor must now have $9,000 to 6:30: p. m. !
and which nota "
say things are LP 4"x% water
Twenty (20)
and under privileged but our stay even. The retired personson 2 Blocks East of Highway lube column and ..hattlng.b .
great middle class and even fixed Incomes watch their No. 1, Lambert Street. part of our normal nature.I One (1) each 10 h. p. vertical
remember the words of {> shaft. 3 phase 60 cycle
our wealthy. savings dwindle as. the'value when he 220/440 volt, 1800 r. p. m., open
Kipling
disturbed and of the dollar recedes and wonder Rudyard dripproof electric motor with
They are EPISCOPALThe
ST. THOMAS said "If sized
you can keep your non-reverse ratchet to
where it will all end.
alarmed at the direction our mount on existing discharge -
Rev Robert Stuart, head when all about you are pump
nation has taken. They feel The honest, struggling tax Priest in Charge losing theirs and blamingyou. One (1)head.each draw-down device
fearful and insecure. Most of Then become consisting: of suitable copper
them have their faith paying citizen has stood by Morning Worship 11:30: a. m. you'll a tubing to extend from surface -
pinned
and watched his government' Church School 3:30: p. m., man, my son." to top of the bowl assembly
gfon4the: American dollar. Theyi give away billions in aid America needs Christianmen (approx. 80 ft.) complete with altitude -
'. Thursday.
gauge reading in feet
\ that from to
i finding day
funds all over the world. He Communion first Sunday of of strength who can )',," II. Furnish all labor,
day, the dollar Is sinking in has witnessed the payment of each month. stand with their feet planted equipment insurance etc. necessary -
to remove and replace existing -
value. Their savings are
huge sums to farmers and Three miles east of Bunnellon firmly upon the ground as Byron Jackson 8" GDI4stage
shrinking, the buying power is producers, NOT TO PRODUCE.He highway 100. s the world trembles. For this deep well" turbine pump
t' fa; ,,Jess than it was a few has been. a summer when from existing > casing and install -
(* has seen subsidies paid to the new parts Itemized in
years,ago. big industries ito keep them men's souls have been liter Part A above complete and

"' I, A man who felt fortunate in operation. He has seen billions BUNNELL FIRST BAPTIST ally tested by 'fire. ready work and for removal operation.of temporary Electrical

s 'to enjoy a salary of $7,000 five wasted and stolen Charles D. Anders Pastor In spite of all that has happened building to. be done by the Cityof

years ago and hoped for in. throughout the world by governmental Sunday; 9:45: a.m. Sunday the Christian Church's Bunnell.All bids shall state time of de.
creased income in the future agencies.He School. first responsibility is the soulsof livery at parts after receipt of

? is finding that an increase of 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship men. Every church shouldbe order pump and modification time of completion after receiptof of

a thousand dollars or more in has ,watched the nation's' 7:00 p.m. Training Union. concerned that its members notice to proceed.

salary today wouldn't amount crime rate and juvenile delinquency 8:00 p.m. Evening Worship. never lose the perspectiveof The the City right Commissioners to reject( any and reserve -

; to enough to enable him to advance to a point Wed.: 7:30 p.m., Prayer eternity with God, and sac all bids and to accept the bid
where he is fearful to walk rifice that in its judgment will be for
.keep even with the rising Service. their souls to a time of the best interest of the City of
costs. .Any Increase he might the street or enter a park that Nursery, all services. trouble. "Beloved, do not be Bunnell. .
'In is eat. his hard earned money has ; surprised at the Witness my hand and official
gain ordeal
salary quickly 2 Blocks East of stoplight, fiery seal this 8th day of August, A.
'
en upon an Increase in his provided.He Moody Boulevard. which comes upon you to D. 1967.
income tax his local taxes /Shelton B. Barber Mayor
prove you, as though something
sees his courts doing City of Dunnell, Florida
and his Social Security tax. strange were happen. ATTEST:
.,Ills take home pay even with their best to favor the criminal BUNNELL ing to you." 1 Peter 4:12.: /S/Nancy C. Rodgers, City ClerkAu&
.
over the honest law, abiding 10 HeWHY
the increase leaves him still PENTECOSTAL HOLINESSRev.
citizens and making conviction
;;behind the eight ball for
; for crime difficult John Llngold Pastor
more
: taxes and inflation eat it up to the discouragement of Sunday School, 10:00: a. m. What Youth UJants.. 4.H PROJECrS

,, before he gets it. dedicated law enforcement officers Worship Service, 11:00 a. m. HEALTH

,, V, In spite of this discouraging whp in disgust seek Life Liners Service, 6:30p. fa Y
,: j('situation he is advised by the other forms; of livelihood. lIe m. 4-H HAS ODIOtHINO
1 ,:press !that his government is Service
; sees his police and firemen, Evening Evangelistic
"
1 nLinnlng, more activities that his hospital nurses and his 7:30 p. m. MARKET1p0
will further decrease his take '
Deen Road.
milk supplier in rebellion, demanding
home He is called
pay. uponto
higher prices whichin
provide funds for the Great .
the end he must lIe f.
pay. THE METHODIST CHURCH
Society and support the war 1
witnesses labor's demands for
in Viet Nam. His dollars are Flagler Beach '
more and more money and
Nelson Hoover. '
.... can't, really blame them for Reynold Nr
,:. '. I'.it-
,.. ,
q/ like 'himself they are only try. Morning Worship 9.30 a.m.

HASTINGS MATTRESS ing to make ends meet in the (September-May) 11 a. m.

," face of ruthless waste Choir Rehearsal, Wed., 6:45 1q
extravagance ___
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS p.m. ___
!
and reckless S
I 710-12 Lemon St. 'pending demanded by his> Men's Club meets the first o
Palatka, Florida government. Monday of each month at

Phone EA 5-9166 7:30 p. m.Woman's. .
If he dares to raise his
,{ Furniture. Upholterlng voice he is Society of Chris-
labeled
quickly tion Service the 2nd Thursday .
Repaired & Refinished traitor, a Bircher, or worse. 9:30
a.
m.
: Mattresses & Box Springs He used to be proud to standat South, Daytona Avenue. is 4-H unique? Because guide the youngsters. Many ,of

Made to Order. Also Renovated attention and salute the and Sue, Bill and Jim them are parents of H'ers..
flag when it passed but today and all the other 2V4 million Through the National 4-H
Call Laura Morris 437-3233 he even forgets to re FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 4-H'ers do, things. In fact, the Service Committee of Chicago,

After 6:00 P. M. move his hat. Flagler Beach 4-H way is "learn-by-doing." nearly 60 business, firms and

PRICES REASONABLE Max HalL Pastor And what do they do? They foundations annually contribute

BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED A prized nature sanctuaryof Sunday School: 9:45.: work on projects.They have well large sums as sponsors'of

Just as near as''your the Audubon Society is Morning Worship: 11:00. over 50 projects and activitiesto national and regional 4.H award

Phone Post Corkscrew Swamp near Na Evening Worship: 7:30.: choose from. Among them programs approved by the Extension .
Office
or
pIes. Here 'a sightseer can Wednesday Prayer Meeting: are garden, electric, horse, livestock Service. In addition they
Drop Us a Card or Call stroll on a boardwalk through 7:30.On crops, dog, poultry pho- host some 1,600 of the nation'sfinest

Free Pick-up & Delivery stands of ancient cypress the corner of Third and tography, entomology, automo- teenagers at the National

trees and see Florida birds, Central. tive and home, economics. 4-H Club Conarw/ The 1967

alligators and lush plant life. With few exceptions, boys and congress, tabbed "the showcaseof
CATHOLIC CHURCHES girls participate in all projects 4-H," will mark its 46th

Rev. Fr. Anthony Leon PastorST. 4 with equal skill and success. straight year.Among .

MARY'S. KORONA : For more than a half century, the 4.H sponsors are:

THE BEAUTIFUL and PROGRESSIVE Sunday Mass: 7:30 a.m. publicly supported 4-H has Eli Lilly and Company; General
served the needs of youth Motors; General Foods Corpora.
Weekday Masses Mon. Wed.
ROBERT L. HANNAH and Friday at 8:30:: a.m., !< through programs set up by the tion; Kerr Glass Manufacturing

I, FLAGLER BEACH CHAPEL Cooperative Extension Serviceof Corporation; Coats & Clark Inc.;

FUNERAL HOMES Sunday Mass: 9:00 a.m. the state land-grant univer Chicago Board of Trade; Allis-
sities. Chalmers Westinghouse Elec
;
Dedicated to dignity service and economy. Lowest cost Weekday Thurs. at Masses 8:30 : Tues. and I Since the first 4-H Clubs were tric Corporation; Merck & Co.,

by far in the entire area on any service of your choice. ST. STEPHEN'S.: BUNNELL a.m. organized to teach boys how to Inc:; Wilson & Co., Inc.; Moor
farm better and girls how to man Mfg. Co.; Oliver Corporation .
.We invite. your comparison. Serving all faiths.U. Sunday Mass: 10:30 a.m. preserve foods better, private in. ; E. I. du Pont de Nemours
Weekday Mass: Saturday at dustry and community-minded & Company Amchem Products
S. 1 HOLLY HILL DAYTONA 8:30: a.m.COMMUNITY. ; ,
BEACH citizens .
have
backed 4-H. Industry Inc.; Ralston Purina Company;

CALL WX 7611 TOLL FREE ; provides incentive awards, Helsdorf & Nelson Farms, Inc.
I '
MEMORIAL' recognition, educational aids and Eastman Kodak Company.

CHURCH and technical assistance. Others Include Hercules Incorporated

Flagler Beach Collaboration between private ; The Firestone Tire

Rev. R. W. 'Dlckert. Pastor Interests in support of this youth & Rubber Company; Montgomery

When Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. program open to all is probably Ward; Armour and Company

you Worship Service, 11 a. m. without parallel Siiccess of the ; Carnation Company;

DISTANCE Communion every first Sun "partnership" is evident in the American Oil Foundation; Humble .
111GEORGE
day of each quarter. long tenure of business donors. Oil & Refining Company;

Daytona Avenue, South of Today nearly 400,000 men and Standard Oil Company (Kentucky .
MEANS School.In women serve as volunteer lead. ) and The Standard Oil

ers, using their special skills to Company (Ohio).
DO IT
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; NEWSLETTERHolocaust PLAN PROGRAMSAt
J SMATHEN'S Jy
Wine its meeting last week

Whisper Sauces And Salads .. ., attended by 46 members and
-- ------- -- y
guests, the Flagler Senior Citizens

U In The Cities need with public low-cost Club announced entertainment

housing projects, but though plans for the ,next
Guerrilla warfare In the well-intentioned, sUch programs quarter. Included is a Hallo

streets of our big cities has have fallen short of the ween party Oct 17, a speakerto

taken an astounding and Intolerable mark. For Instance only 639- be announced later, and a

toll of life and property 000 public housing units have hobby show. The Club re-

in recent days. There been built In 30 years. With sumes its twice-monthly

can be no question that the 4 million substandard housing schedule beginning Sept. 5

paramount Immediate need is units In our nation plusan after a summer schedule of

to put down (these Insurrec- additional 3 million unitsin meeting once a month. The

tions and they are Just need of constant repair it Club meets the first and third

that and re-establish law is clear that some better Tuesdays at the Flagler Beach

iS and order. answer Is needed now. So Sen municipal building.! }:/"

I announced last week thatI ator Kennedy and I have pro. Following the ,six o'clock.

Intend to support a House. posed S. 2100, a bill which covered dish ':supper at its

passed anti-riot bill becauseit would offer tax incentives, accelerated meeting last week there was

will bring the Federal depreciation and group singing by all (those

Bureau of Investigation, with low-Interest mortgages as a present after which Lyman

its highly professional Invest means of inducing our big Industrial Gage introduced a' ,musical

tlgators, into a probe of the giants into the hous- game in which everyone par
causes of this wave of riots. ing of low and middle Income ticipated. The winners"""recelv*

'Sr 'S gS The bill will enable us to determine groups in our urban centers. ed home made cakes as

If, in fact, riots in Privately-owned companiesmust prizes.

; the cities can be traced to Individuals make a profit and this the Club is now the possessot -

who crossed state plan would allow them to do of an American flag (donated

lines for that purpose. so, while at the same time by Vice Chairman Gilbert

The fact that disadvantagedpersons giving a "social profit" of Immense Krier and Mrs. Krier which is
have had to live in proportions to all
mounted on a stand furnished
frightful slums, under severe Americans. For in the long Jby Treasurer Martin Fuell'
handicaps, is a matter of concern run, elimination< of the frightful '
Photo Widmtr't If, Cellar/, Napljt/ N. Y. to every American and slums of the big cities ing. _;

Softly does wine whisper Its flavor message through all of these these conditions need to be might provide a large part of LEGAL AIUKUTIM3WBJITFOH
foods. Light and discreet, exotic yet inexpensive what' food corrected. BUT there can be the answer to the rioting and ,
cannot be transformed by Its magic Into delightful eating. RRC\UFST I1ID"
Sauces for meat, fish or fowl add that lovely veil of flavor no excuse for shooting, looting disturbances we have seen Sealed bids will be Meeived in .
; and burning because of past across th land. Senator Ken the office of the City CJfrR Of. the
mystery to- the most pleblan foods. Sauces for desserts, fruits City of Bunnell Florida, Jn' the '
end ice cream add color and interest. Sauces for salads coat deprivations. nedy and I appeared before Clvio Center Building:; until
.each erica,morsel to bring out.their natural flavor. Several Senators have also the Senate Banking and Cur 8:00: p. m. on the Slit day of'
And with the meal what could be better than wine'' chilled, August A. D. 1967 for SOOO ft.
proposed a joint Congressional rency Committee on July 25 In of 12 la. reinforced tongue! and
sparkling, clear as crystal, tasting of the fruity'grape. Warming, investigation of these riots support of our proposal. groove concrete pipe fob. Bun-
relaxing, conducive to friendly conversation and; a welcome break nell. Florida
and I have stated that I not The City Commissioner, re-
for ev 'one.
only support such a move but Railroad Strike Averted Mrve the right to reject any and
HONEY WINE DRESSING FOR FRUIT SALADS all bids and to accept the bid
the commit Since last newsletter,
would serve on my
Makes about 1 that in its Judgment, will be for
( )
%
cups tee if asked to do so, It is Congress has voted to avert a the best .Interest of the City of
honey sweet and wine tart, this light creamy stlftd. dpsttag 1* incumbent for all America to serious nationwide railroad Bunnell. "
the 'perfect partner for Spring and Summer's httdous fruits Wltneea my hand and ,official
and greens. reaffirm that this Is a nationof strike, but-In my opinion Heal. this 8th day .of r August. A.
laws and not a Jungle, a has still failed to come to D. 1987, '
1 cup (Vz pint) sour cream Z teaspoons(grated orange helton B Barber Mayor
land where grievances can be grips with a workable national city of Bunnell, Florida
2 tftMetpoons honey rind redressed by lawful action solution for avoiding' .AT v
{Vs coy Lake Niagara wine 2 teaspoon nriiywd cHlves /SNancy C Rodg Nk City Clerk
the brute behavior strikes which the .
and not by can bring .A .1 -172te.LEGAL
Combine all Ingredients and stir until well blended.. Chill. of the Slack-jawed mob. economy of the nation toa AnVCItTlSBMBNY
..
fruit salad.
Spoon over
standstill, affect the nation
ORANGE'WINE SAUCE FOR CAKE New Housing Bill al" security or welfare' and IIEQ n.yT Holt nips .

(lJakes.abotd 3J cops.) l' ,' w t On July 13, I Introducedwith make innocent hostages of the otlo} Is f C buntstoners'of i ,,111.-it '
Fruity, pale gold in color and easy to prepare, tI I __.: Senator Robert F. Kennedy countless Americans.On Flagler/ Qoun.
make an uninteresting piece of plain cane turn into.1iR. lIf (D.-N.Y.) a bill which 17 voted receive sealed bid. until 9:00: A.';
> July Congress a :U August 19 oflfVo. ,
the
party.
seeks to provide incentives to bill that would Impose settlement of the Clerk of .<3purt ,
1961'ltti '
1/2 cup sugar 94 cP lake Niagara 1ik e private enterprise which will if the parties continued In the1"-Fla Courthouse -'

2 tablespoons cornstarch 1 cup (J4 pint) h avy cream. enable Industry, with all< its to fail to come to agreement One, Dump Bunnell Truck. meeting r: 'tile.

1 can.(6 ounces orange) frozen'juice concentrated \' -...., talent and fiscal power, to do after 90 days of further following One new: specifications-1944 S-ton :Cab And
j something constructive about '
meditation. Unfortunately, the ChUMlS.
Mix sugar and cornstarch. Stir in orange uioe and water. Cook replacing the urban slums pendng railroad strike has required Approximately 13!" Who.ilBase.
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over low heat stirring constantly until sauce thickens. Cook and cE.t""VJr
,
and of our nation with '
ghettos
Congressional action Minimum BaG euHjtf !MAft V-8
then chill. Just before serving! whip cream and fold into orange '.. ',' .
three engine. :
sauce. Spoon over slice of.spopge or angel cake or lady fingers. decent housing. For since April 11, and there has 5,000 lb.. Front Axle. /
decades or more, the govern. been Interminable debate 15,000 Ibe. 2 SDefd Heir Axlo.
ment has tried to meet thisANNOUNWNL'E' since then. As a matter of 4 Speed Tranimiwlon. .
Vacuum Booster Hrakei.Approximately
fact, the action finally Imposed 11,00Ibt.. combined
under the threat of an act Hear Springe
I 0 10 ply tot* type first-
ual walk-out was what the 1I8'fl = on 6.0 rlma
Senate approved more than a :Equipped with Spare W eeL
rear view mirrors on both sides',
month ago on June 7, only to turn signals and oil filter
have the House strike the language Also equipped with D-40( MarIon -
or equivalent 4 cublo yard
dealing with an imposed water level Contractor tlpi//!
settlement. Dump Body ha1f->und Cab J ro-
tector and 7 Inch double arm
Once again, on the Senate Hoist
floor, I reminded my colleagues AI HO
One new 1968 2-ton Cab and.
that the only sensible Chassis
Bunnell and way to avoid these continued Approximately 174" wheel bejMb
For the convenience of our national disputes is to estab enjnne Minimum. I I>5 cubic inch V-S

lish a U. S. Court of Labor- 5,000 lb.. Front Axt..
l) .oGO lbs. 2 speed Rear A,l.,.
Management Relations, suchas 4 Speed Transmission.
Flagler Beach customers telephone bills can is imposed in my bill, S. Vacuum Booster Brakes.
Approximately 11,000 lbs cent
176. The
civilizing hand of bleed Hear Springe:
such a court would offer assurance 6 125xfO: ( 10 ply tube trn

be paid atDUNN to management and first-line ICC 4 Lamp tires on Fla 6.0 her rims..
now labor alike that their cause Equipped with Spare Wheel,
would be heard rear view mirrors on both ....
Impartiallyand Turn signals and oil fllttr.
fairly. I noted that no WITH
HARDWARE less a personage than Judfce Installed 14 foot: Flat Bed Pump Body

Samuel I. Rosenman, a former 14"x90" Flat Steel Dump
New York Supreme Court Justice Body 10 Gauge 41" permanentsteel
bulkhead with soreen win.
and "brain trust" adviser dow cut out.
!to President Roosevelt, feels Body to have stake aid pock- '
SUPPLY corn eta
& exactly the same way. In fact, Equipped with twin taleseeplo
Judge Rosenman has seen hydraulic 12 ton hoist.
Price to be FOB Bunnell. Indicating
these courts in operation in approximate delivery

South St. Bunnell Australia and says they are dat The. Board reserve the, rightto
106 Bay workable. reject any and all md..
Dated at Bunnell, Flori a, this
8th day of August 19<7.
Improved profits this year LOUIB M. 8TBFLIIC.
have been predicted by RyderSystem's Chairman Board of
who wish to by
those
" Of course pay President Oastle Jordan County Flagler gpmmieelojMMATTBST CO\lltt, J'lorMai(3l10R(3h1

at a recent meeting of -

check or money order should continue to mail .the stockholders. M Au.MOODT.. itf, If. INT Clerk,Ito




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BEACH RESIDENTSSON JR. COLLEGE FUNDS g-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. AUGUST 10. 1967

INJUREDIN BEING DISBURSEDFred BIRTHDAY DA'rAlappy

VIETNAM O. (Bud) Dickinson birthday this week to: 1967-68 PROGRAMS Health Board'Mosquito

Word has been received by Jr., Comptroller of Florida Today-Rabeth Hersey, San.

Angus S. Reyralds, 202 S. announced that $2,147,537, Is dra Wigle, Junior Sears, PLANNED BY

Daytona, Flagler Beach; that being disbursed this month to Friday-Hap Leatherwood WOMAN'S CLUB SurveyFor
his son Major Angus S. Reynolds various county Boards of Public Dean Strickland, George Brun-

Jr. US Marine Corp, was Instruction for junior col. nor Lee P. Fleurle, James H. Program plans for the ensuing

injured July 31 In the vicinityof lege operations."Of Tucker, year were completedat FlaglerThe
Quang Tri Republic of this !total, $1,833,916 Is Saturday Frank Ebert the Wednesday afternoon

Vietnam. being provided by the state's Walter Robbins. meeting of the executive boardof Florida State' Board of

The Marine Major sustaineda Minimum Foundation Pro Sunday Olive Kelhaas the Flagler Woman's Club. Health will conduct a surveyto

fragmentation wound !to the gram. The remaining $313,621is Elizabeth Tracy, L. W. Mc Included on the program is a determine if there are

right thigh from a grenade composed of sales tax al Millan. travelogue to be presented by Aedes aegrpti mosquitoes

t while on a patrol. He was lotments" said Dickinson. Monday Gloria Traver, Mrs. Reynold Hoover. present in Flagler;: County, ac

treated in the field and ire August disbursement to the Martha Stryker.TuesdayJack. cording to Eugene C. Holly,
Volusia School Board (Jet) Trav- Board members outlined
turned to duty. County Sanitation Director of the
j, MaJor .Reynolds has participated for the state supported junior er, Jr.&..- Jerry Peters Buddy projects to be sponsored by Flagler County Health Depart.
the club the 1967.68
In nine\combat operations college program: $88,41S'Ala. Taylor, Maria Hugas. during ment.
and this'!s the first: time chua $35,990; Bay $54,506; Wednesday-Albert Batten ', yeas,;which will include the

he has been injured. B rev a r'd $100,079; Broward Lota R. Groover, Gertrude Herman annual Christmas Bazaar; The yellow hatted survey
i! $122,005; Columbia $39,947; Nov. 29 and a Country Auction personnel will make a sample

SHRINERS Dade $473,440; Duval $60,381; in February. Memberswill survey in all of the communities
Escambia $136,020; Highlands MORE LAND OPEN begin work compilingdata and in some rural sec. '
\ POSTPONE $10,093; Jackson $62,327; Lake for their 1968 Birthday tions of the county. The infor
: MEETING $28,571; Lee $32,544; Leon FOR HUNTINGAn Calendar next month. oration collected will be usedto

P The Flagler County Shrine $16,854; Madison $52,249; additional 45,000 acres Tentative plans were made make plans to eradicatethe

\ Club dinner meeting scheduled Manatee $81,797; Marion $66- of land will be open to public for a celebration in March to Aedes ccegypti mosquitofrom
\ for Thursday August 10 970; Monroe $23,145; Okaloosa hunting in Marion County observe the tenth anniversaryof this portion of Florida.

f (today) has been postponed, $39,864; Orange $14,860; Palm during the 1967.68 season ac. the club's -building.Mrs. .
according to Mr. John C. Rice, Beach $133,225; Plnellas $278.- cording to Harold W. Ashley, The Aedes.. oegypti mosquito

secretary.The 834; Polk $45,276; Putnam Fifth District Commissionerfor H. G. Heydt president is sometimes known as the

next meeting of the club $88,379; St. Lucie $34,804; the Game and Fresh Water appointed Mrs. Frank Bredeto "yellow fever" mosquito. It

v will be Thursday, Sept. 14 at Seminole $26,962. Fish Commission. serve as a board memberto fever

7:30 p. m. at Malphurs Restaurant Approximately 28,000 acres the Flagler' Beach Public
LIONS CLUB of land near Ft. McCoy hasbeen Library sponsored by the son to person and dog heart
released to the Commission club. Other members assist. worms in the canine popula

MEETINGHighway as a Wildlife Management ing with the library projectare tion.This

TO ATTEND Directories listingthe Area. This area was Miss Dorothy Homans, pesky mosquito lives
.
POSTMASTER'S SEMINAR names of national organizations named the Ft. McCoy Wildlife chairman Mrs. R. K. Hirst near man and breeds in containers .
active In Flagler Management Area and and Mrs. E. W. Schmidt.It .
Charles Rockett, Acting which hold and collect
County sponsored by the Bun will be a supplement to the was reported several
Postmaster, Flagler Beach, water. Some of the favorite
nell Lions Club, was discuss. Ocala National Forest Wild. members plan to attend the
will attend the annual, Post: breeding places Include old
ed at their luncheon
meeting life Management Area. The fall board meeting of the
master Seminar at University_ tires tin cans, bottles jars
The will
Tuesday noon. signs
of South Florida in Tampa, season will open November 11, Florida Federation of Worn- flower pots bird baths, boats,
.
be
erected US
on Highways 1967 and close January 1, ens Clubs in Gainesville Sept.
holes container
August 1415. tree etc. Any
1 and 100. The Lions are sponsoring 678.
1968. The possession andoruse
which has a hard surface fora
A third. generation of"showbiz" the project with the of rifles is prohibited on During the social hour side and is in a place whereit
of in
has begun at Marine- the cooperation other clubs this area at the landowners members celebrated the birthday can collect water could

land of Florida. county. request, because of possible anniversary of board
"Happy", one breed these mosquitoes. The
Lions president, P. A. Ed-
member Mrs. E.
timber '' P. Fleurie.
damage.
of the porpoises, gave birth Aedes oegypti mosquito will
monson, appointed George
recently to a 30 pound baby Moody and A. W. Tucker team The Commission, at the request will The next; business meeting not lay eggs in ground water

girl. The mother was born at captains of the membership of the U. S. Forest Ser 'be held Sept. 13 at 2:00p. such as ditches ponds,

the attraction 14 years ago. attendance drive now under. vice, also opened a 17,165 acre m. swamps, etc. It usually seeks

way. The club was divided portion of the refuge in the out only man-made contain.
Into two teams Ocala National Forest to hunt
< and' 'the los
ing team will buy (the winnersa ing. This area Includes the ers.The Aedes oegrpti Eradication
RENEW YOURDRIVER'S steak dinner.' land from Forest Road 79 to LETTERS Project of the State Boardof

LICENSE Fourteen members and two Forest Road 88, south of State Health is part of a programto

mm YOUR guests, Randy Morris, Bun Road 40, and the lands northof TO THEEDITOR :;- eradicate the mosquitofrom
nell and Bob Temple, Daytona State Road 40, from Forest the United States and

i BIRTH MONTH Beach ,attended the meeting. Road 79 to Forest Road 65, Central and South America.
Ashley stated.
I I The Aedes oegypti Inspect.

Comwich Stacks MORE TEENAGE ors will be in Flagler County
This letter from one of our during the last of August or

MARRIAGES local youngsters (not signed) !the first part of September,

came across our desk and we They will be dressed in a kha.
Fiorldans to be marrying
appear thought we would share it ki uniform which will have a
I at younger and ,
younger 'with our readers: patch over the right pocket
; and there are more
I ages Dear People of Bunnell which reads, "Florida State
teeh-aged brides than bride.
1 am glad to be free and Board of HealthAedes oegypti
grooms, the State Board of I
Health hope to stay free. I am gladto Eradication Project". Each
says. have friends and if we man will also wear a yellow
Ten years ago the average could all stay friends and be plastic helmet which will bear
teeh-age bride married a
happy. the same emblem as the uni
man three or four her
r years Bunnell is a GREAT TOWN. form. Each inspector will also
senior. Last the difference
year We should be glad !to be in a carry an identification card
was only !two to three
town of great people. We have which he will gladly furnishon
yearS. In 1956, both partners
h a a. fine people in our town. Please request.
were teenagers in 25 percentof
all marriages involving keep it that way. "I urge all citizens who are
I am only eleven and on contacted to cooperate with
persons under 20. This
A percentage April 2 I will be twelve. the Aedes oegyptl Inspectors
rose to 34 percent In
1966. From when they call at your homeor

Te aged. brides last year person from Bunnell business," stated Mr. Holly.
'
tI represented 51 percent )f first T

Teenage parties or easy summer suppers are marvelous occasions marriages compared with 46
for versatile Cornwich Stacks. They make mealtime a relaxed a decade ago. The figures for -
event for mother. She assembles the sandwiches in the cool bridegrooms were 20 percent
of the morning, wraps and sets them aside until serving time. In 1966 and 13 percent in 1956. NOTICEThe
Try baking the leader corn bread a day or two In advance.
Generally said Oliver H.
,
I Double the recipe and save the breads in their. baking cans for
'snack foods or quickie lunches. Boorde, director of the board's 1967 County Tax'Roll is now completedand

A zesty filling of ground ham, deliciously stretched with pickle Division of Public: Health Statistics .'
relish, celery and mayonnaise, and spiced with horseradish Is today's brides and is open for public inspection in the Tax As.
a perfect "go-together" with com bread. Slices of tomato and bridegrooms who previouslyhave
onion, plus stuffed olives complete the towering sandwich.' been divorced are a sessors Office at the County Court House.
This make-ahead dish is easy on the cook when enriched self-
rising flour and corn meal are used. The baking powder and salt slightly younger group where. Respectfully,
preblended in self-rishg products allow you to stir the batter as former widows and widowers -
together, refrigerate overnight and bake at leisure the following are on the average over DONALD R. MOORE,
, day. The enrichment formula in self-rising flour and corn meal three years older than a
contains 16 times as much calcium as regular flour, plus four decade ago. Tax Assessor, Flagler County
"other Important nutrients-thiamine, niacin, riboflavin and iron. There were a total of 52,425

I I CORNWICH STACKS %' marriages In Florida in 1966,

8 sandwiches a 6 percent gain over the pre.

Itf cups sifted enriched self. % cup milk vious year. This continued a

rising corn meal ,. : Ham Salad riling trend in effect since
1 tablespoon sugar 3 large tomatoes, sliced 1862. The rate Is currently lAMES

2 tIP, beaten 2 onions, sliced about 9 marriages per 1,000 PARTY
Stuffed olives population.In .
J4 cup oil green
j Combine corn meal and sugar. Blend together eggs, oil and 88 percent of 1966 marrIages
HriUc. Add all at onoe to dry ingredients, mixing lightly until both partners were .
.., moistened. Add more milk it neoneary to make a thin batter. Florida residents. THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 8 P. M.
;. Pour into 2 well-gresasd no. 2 cans (1 Ib. size). Bake in preheated 1\e 25,530 divorces recordedin FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HALL
US* oven, 30.35 minutes, or until done. Cool for 10 minute; 1966 represented a 2 per
remove from cans. Cool completely. Cut each loaf into 12 sttoM cent increase over 1965, continuing SATURDAY, AUGUST' 12, 8 P. M.
flpreM is slices with Ham Salad. Place 8 tomato slices oa 8 hamcovered -
i(. slices; cover with remaining ham-covered slice, spreadMt \ an uptrend since 1959. BUNNELL CIVIC CENTER
up. Top each with 1 slice of com bread, tomato, and Orion, Extreme cruelty (81 percent)
ms>ln S sandwiches. Top with stuffed olive. and desertion (16 percent) Sorry-No MinorsSPONSORED
.
Ham salad -- 1\ were major: legal grounds.
\ Mina children were Involved .
( >iyt eups (8 M.) cooked K cup diced celerygrevml in 56 of the -.; BY-
ham > l>/ teaspoons .......... percent
1906 divorces. The wife
" was
I t sweet reUah !V aasyoe.sie. .1
H 09 pickto rap granted the divorce in 71 percent Disabled American Veterans

Combine all ingredient kttac thoroughly. ot the cases and only 29
r' ', .II you don't sift and m tile absence of other legndM,1sour r ..- percent of Alt divorces was
Jim Boo No. M'
directly from container into a one-cup dry meaaut*. lava Chapter
two level to contested by one or both par
off. then remove tablespoonfuls per cup, aoootdmf
j I USDA recommendation ties.