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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: September 14, 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 )
 Notes
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
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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TEN YEARS,7 AGO-1957 11 For Sewage Treatment Plant :


ages More one than year 180 up youngsters to twelve, I I1L

years, vied for top prizes In
the Bunnell Lions Club annual .
Fishing Tournament at 1L ( Also Asks FDC I

Lake Lucille. Winners were:
Most fish caught (boy) John
nie Jarosz;'(girl) Judith Ware. To CooperateWith
The
Largest fish caught (boy)
Butch McDaniel; (girl) Barba. Flagler TribuneVOL. PlanningThe
ra Smythe. Smallest fish,
(boy) Dallas Hazen, (girl) Ju
dith Ware. Bunnell City Commission
(. authorized the filing of
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Bunnell High School had a 55 NO. 37 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1967 $3.50 A YEAR application for a Federal
Grant for a sewerage treat.
record enrollment of 519 students
according to Z. D. Holland ment plant for Bunnell at
BUNNELL BULLDOGS their Wednesday night meet
Supt. The Flagler Beach
School enrollment totaled 109 ing. The treatment plant Is /
part of the proposed
students. sewerage '
: system plan for the city now
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Mrs. Frances Edmonson, under study by the commis.

PTA President, appointed Mrs. sioners.
Lucille Anderson, Duane Deen The commissioners agreedto
and Clifford McGriff chairmenof request assistance from the
the annual Halloween Car- Florida Development! Com
nival. mission in preparing a comprehensive

(-:-) development plan
TWENTY YEARS AGo-1947 for the city. The plan will in
elude zpning, population stu
Youth Council Advisory r".P dy, and studies of commercial,
Board members were John A. industrial and agricultural development .
Clegg, chairman; Johnny Mercer and labor forces.Dr. .
Walter Morris, Miss Mae John Canakarls appear.
Airsman and Mrs. Viola John ed to request the commissionto

son. do something about the
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drainage problem on East
Coach Kenneth Beman had Moody Blvd. The commission.

nineteen Bulldogs on the football ers agreed to work jointly with
roster !this season. Players the County Commission to relieve
were Billy Bowden ,Billy the situation.Dr. .
Babbitt, Stanley Deen, Tom Canakaris also requested
my Durrance, George Haines, the city to install culverton
Clinton Harris, Wilburn Kelly, Howe Street The commission
Gayle Mercer, T. J. Miller, .1If( ",- ;;: ..:............... :.J4'.&.. .4" _. agreed to advertise forbids

Bobby McCort, Allen Reynolds, The Bunnell Bulldogs' open their season Fri Photo. by Theo C. Hetn ; for culvert for the site
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Pal Parker Harold Story day-night when they meet Crescent City on ,Jefferson, Ernest Johnson, Larry Johnson, and bids are to, Jt>e received
Clifford Sheffield, Louis Stef- the Rebel.Field at 8 p. m.'Bunnell team members Bruce Kendall, Hutch King, John McDaniel, October 2. '
Ilk, Bobble Teters, Jimmy
1 pictured are back row left to right: !Lilly Miller, Buddy Moore and Warren Wil
Teters, Billy Webster and
Louis Trad. ; James Robertson, David Robinson, Alfred liams. Front Row: Jimmy Akins, Darrell Britt, You Are UrgedTo

(-:-) Shellman, Ernest Smith, Clifford Taylor, Henry Bowers, Gary Buckles, John Cook, J. B.
THIRTY YEARS AGO-1937 Johnny Taylor, Curtis Murphy, Mike Robin. Hall, Charles Hall, Elmer Hubbert and Saul
C. Of
C.
Flagler Post of the American son and Mike Zimmerle. Middle row: Tom Irvin. Pay

Legion staged an amateur
boxing program for the COACHESFLAGLER Member Dues
benefit of the Post's crippled
children's fund. Officers of the Flagler
The contenders received County Chamber of Commerceare
part of their training under urging all Flagler county
Bill Cobb, semipro ? corporations, businesses and
The first bout was between N qy I yAf Interested individuals to pay
Curtis Deen and Danny Hard membership dues now. K
ing. Deen won when Harding Two teams are busy contacting
refused to come out for the all members If you
fourth round. In the second have not been contacted
bout Gilbert Higginbotham please mail In your dues for
won from Dell Bradberry. 1967-68 to Post Office box 875,

Bradberry refused to come out Bunnell.
for the fourth round. The Teams are as follows:
third bout was between Cor- Dr. John M. Canakarls,
dell Robertson and John F. chairman, Lee Drazba, Bob
Clements. After four roundsof Henderson, Thomas Lenssen,
furious fighting Robertsonwon J. D. Perrltt, Grady Prather.
on points.In Sheriff P. A. Edmonson,
the fourth bout Robert chairman, Nagl Abraham, Ted
Bertha and Deen Luke were Hein, Tony Kahlert, George
matched. Bertha! had Luke Moody, L. H. Church.
groggy alt the end of the first The chamber is Just one
round and was declared winner year old and needs unanimous
by a technical K. O. support from all citi

In the last bout Zach Holland zens.Much
and Zeno Mercer were has been accomplish.
mached. Holland Mercer ed In the yast year including:
gave
the weight advantage. .:x'b, z A membership count of 97,
Mercer went down at the end advertisements on WAPE Radio

of the third round and wrenched -'.. -a....., ..___"'_T Jacksonville, brochures
an ankle. The fight was completed and 2,800 distributed
declared a draw. BUNNELL BULLDOG HEAD COACH JACK HALL ASSISTANT COACH JOE V. KIRKLAND to date, 50th Anniversary
(.:.) projects, two billboards on I-
95, hiring of a parttime secretary
FORTY YEARS AGo1927Mr.
BEACHTAXPAYERS RESIGNATION CIGARETTE TAXDISTRIBUTED membership in Crown
and Mrs. John Kinney Council,
sponsorship of Miss
left Wednesday morning by ASSN. FORMS Bunnell High and Crown

train to join the former's parents MEET SEPT. 26 RECEIVED Don D. Mel ejohn, Directorfor Council contestants, flowers
In Wooster, Ohio, from
sent to Induction
the State Beverage Department Ceremony of
I which place they will all proceed The next meeting of the Flagler County teachers have Circuit Judge, William Wads-
to visit the exposition in Flagler Beach Taxpayer ... received resignation forms collections, reports for net the cigarettetax month worth letters sent to Chaw-
Toronto, Canada. is scheduled for Tuesday. from the Florida Education
of July 1867 amounted .a fa> ben of Commerce +to propose
r' (.:.) Sept 26. Time and place of Association that have been 560,311.32. Of this amount exchange of 'brochure, proposal .
Bunnell fight fan were given the meeting will be announced mailed statewide to all members to State Road
$2344,306.25 will to the Dept+ to
i the opportunity of tuning later.It of the! association, according State General Revenue go Fund 4-lane State Road 100, appliceitlon
hv on :the Dempsey-Tuiuiey to Mrs. Wanda Mercer for
is reported the member. and the remaining 3216003. membership from
22 with minimum local Classroom TeachersAssociation
fight Sept. a the Florida State Chamber
07 will of
be distributed to mu.rrlGpaJltl
Alp campaign being conducted
of static Interference over presidentNo
Commerce
and the
-. appointment
by the group Is pog-
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ressrrg _. aayeee fit0esMedin action has been taken of committee to facilitate
A new 75,000 gallon Hortonhemllpberleal Amounts distributed to the
the aMooiation nay tier!. by the local teachers on the pmfMM and dtowiop-
bottom water local munidpalitte* Sept 1987 meat: in the of Bscrea-
area
tact Geoff Moody, Sty President mass resignations! Mrs. Mercer .
tank was erected at Bunnell's for Information. said. are: Beverly Beach, 5179.10City ; don, Membership, Rowing
new waterworks. The tank of Bunnell, ..M; oar INmtopmeiir, Retail ]BasfassfImprovement
we Mt on a steel tower 96 The public is cordially invited The move has received little of Flagler Beach, $1,049.47; PaIIIIc.
feet high.WJAX. to attend the meeting enthusiasm tram die *.e4 MartaeMand, >H4M; Painters ftlons, Business .0Ll i' eMhe/it
of the association. group, Mrs. Mercer stated. Hill, 118.04. and Agriculture.i' .





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BIRTHDAY DATA 2FLAGL>rR TRIBUNE
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Gljr jfilaglrr\ ijrtbunrINCORPORATED; -

Happy birthday this week to:

DUNNELL, FLORIDA Friday-Rita Martin, John
_, nle Ruth Miller, George Buck C E Our MEAT DEPARTMENT

les, John Cook, Janet Cook.
LEN WILSON Saturday Nancy Duncan, is now under the Management

Editor and PublUher Lucille Zysk, Harry Atkinsonand OscwINC of LAMAR PARRISH. We

BETTS S. McDANIEL, Carl Williamson.

New EditorDe.I..ted Sunday-Tess Massie, Bar specialize in U. S. D. A.
bara Drummond. c

Monday-Marcella Leatherwood j CHOICE BEEF Cut to Your
newspaper for all
Legal Advertising Jean M. Bryant, Kath-
erine Lynn Barker, Lucille Lee. Satisfaction.

Tuesday-K. N. Givens, Alfred .
Entered as second class matter
February 6, 191J. at the post- Juengling, Mildred Jones,
office at Bunnell, Florida, under Rose Marie Millet, Kay Swa- .
Act of March 3, 187S. yze, Chancie Weaver, Rhonda U. S. D. A. Choice "FULL CUT"


lee Per Copy Williams.Wednesday-Albert J. Pluff,

One Year .$3.50 Candace Clay, Wilda Williamson ROUND STEAK Ib .9,8

Six Outside Month FUcler_-County 42.00 Eddie Irwin. .

".00 Per Year

nASSIFIEDADVERTISING t Western Select



LEGAL TilE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ADVERTISEMENTIN COURT CIRCUIT, SEVETVTII OF- BEEF LIVER Ib. 49

FLORIDA IN AND FOR
CASE NO. 134 niV. A .II
FLAGLEH COUNTY.
LUEKANA HALL,
Plaintiff Lean W e ternPORK
BATE 4c per word. Minimum
W. T. HALL,
Defendant. charge per issue $1.00.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: W. T. HALL FOR SALE-2 acres nicely STEAKS Ib.59
Whose residence and addressare 1
unknown. landscaped. Small home, well
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED secluded, off Old Haw Creek
that an action for divorce
has been filed against you, and Road., $2,900. Turn left off
you are required to serve a copy west Moody Boulevard, 1/4
of written defenses, If ,
to your It on Rob't H. Matthews any At- mile from town. Go 1 mile on Lyke's "Sugar Creek"FRANKS Valleydale "ALL MEAT"
torney for Plaintiff whose address Old Haw Creek Road and turn
is P O. Box 687 109 Professional SAUSAGElb.
Building.. New' SmyrnaBeach right at bridge. Joe Martel. SMOKED
Florida, and file the original Sept. 7, 14, 21, 3tc
with the Clerk of the above
styled court on or before the 12 oz. .
18 day of September, 1967; other FOR SALE -General Electric 3ge 4ge
wise a judgment may be enter- Cello Pkg.
and Stove
ed against you for the relief de. Refrigerator good
rnanded In the Complaint I condition. Sofa, wardrobe,

day Deal WITNESS of of August said my court, A.hand D.on 1967.the and 11th the 9x12 and rug other(new odds), and rollawaybed ends. Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SMOKED (6-8 lb. Avg.) SLICED FREE,

GEORGE M. MOODY, reasonable. be
Very May seen
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Bunnell, Flagler County, at. 110 South Main Street or

(SEAL Florida.) call 4373240. Itp PICNICSI Ib 39

By: Janice Murray ..
Deputy ClerkAug. I HAVE FOUR part Persian
17, 24, 31, Stpt. 7. ceo kittens to give away. If interested

call Minnie Deen -
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
4373144. 9.14.1tc BONES- $< r 00 FREE PLASTIC DISHPAN WITH

I\: AND TilE, FLORIDAPAUf. FOR CIRCUIT FLAGLER COURT COUNTY IN NEW 3-burner kerosene I RIB TIPS :J'Ilb.. ..R.Lyke's I $5.00 OR MORE MEAT ORDER

200 stove, on legs, $19.95. Jerry's
STAMPER, JR. Furniture and Appliance, Old Can
Plaintiff, 4 oz.
Dixie Hwy. 2 miles South of
BARBARA NELL STAMPER, Korona. Phone 4373752. Itc VIENNA For '* ,
NOTICE Defendant.OF SUIT SAUSAGE 1 AJAX DETERGENT
TO: BARBARA NELL STAMPER Sewing and Alterations-Repair
Residence and address un- mens trousers, ladies Blue Plate Pint Jar

YOU known.ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED dresses, make button holes, Reg Size *

has that been an filed action against for you divorce and sew on buttons etc. ,Mrs.,Hurst, MAYONNAISE :3Fpr $1 2 Boxes 39

you are required to serve. copy Flagler Beach Trailer Park,
of your written defenses If any 6th and Daytona Aves. Phone
to It on BERRIEN BECKS, attorney ; Plantation
for plaintiff, whose address 439-2209. Sept. 14, Itc Limit 2 with $5.00 or more food order
Is: 118 North Rldgewood
Avenue, Daytona Beach, Florida; FOR SALE 1967 Ford pick- GRITS 4 Bag 29 t .
and file the original with the -
clerk of the above styled Courton up truck. Excellent condition.No .
or before September 25, 1967; down payment Assume
Reelfoot
otherwise a judgment may be
entered against you for the relief small monthly payments. Call KRAFTORANGE
demanded in the Complaint. 4373622. 9.14.1tp
WITNESS my hand and the PURELARD 4BulL 7ge
teal of said Court at Bunnell, ,
Flagler County. Florida, this FOR RENT-Small furnished JUICEQuart

list day GEORGE of August M. MOODY A. D., 1967. apartment with garage $30.00 King SizeUQUID ,

Clerk of the Circuit Court, per month. Call Luta Guiliettl, Each
Flagler County, Florida. Flagler Beach.. Phone 439- JOY
.7ge 'p
(Official Court Seal)
2159. 7 14 21 3tc Bottle 25'
By11: / Janice Murray Sept. ,
Deputy Clerk
Aug. 24, 81, Sept 'I, 14-itc SINGER ZIG ZAG CONSOLE

MAXWELL HOUSE OR FOLGER'S
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT MODEL SEWING MACHINE.

A-l Shape, Zig Zags, makes

IN FLAULKR TIIR CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT., FLOHI.I FOR. button holes, fancy designs, INSTANT COFFEE FROZEN FOODS -
sews on buttons, appliques,
CIVIL ACTION No. SCO monograms, etc. Sold new for
JOAN TURI,
Plaintiff. over $300. MUST SACRIFICE.Just 6 oz. 6ge Morton' 14 oz. Size

JOSEPHTURI pay balance $64. or as Jar
Defendant., sume $8 monthly payments.Call CREAM PIES 3 For 890
NOTICE OF SLIT Credit Manager, collect, Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
TO: JOSEPH TUHI
c/o Hartwlck Rooms Jacksonville 353.1946 anytime. Big Dip yz Gal. Carton
151 Canal Road
will deliver, no obligation.
South Bound Brook, New Jer-
sey 08880. Sept. 7, 14, 21, 28, 4tc FRESH PRODUCE ICE MILK Ea.
You are notified that a Com- 5ge
plaint for divorce and child custody -
and child support has been SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain Ga. Red
filed against you, and you arerequired fields Installed; Rota-Roter
to serve a copy of your snail shell. Reasonable prices. Sweet lbs
answer or pleading to the Complaint POTATOES 2 290 Pillsbury's
(Plain
on Plaintiffs l Nttonld Call George Jarosz, 437.3410 or Self-Rising)
Samuel V. Holch. 110
8-1-tf
Street Palatka, Florida, 32077. Firm Ripe
and file the original answer or 'FLOUR
pleading In the office of the FLAGLER BEACH LOTS lb. .
Clerk of the above Court on or TOMATOES
before September 30th 1X7. If 50 ft. Ocean front lot north of 190
you fall to do so, judgment by Flagler Beach, $3,500; 2 lots 5 37C
default will be taken against you BIbag
for the relief demanded In the on Central Ave., $3,000; 2 lots Yellow Cooking (Loose)

Complaint. on Daytona Ave., 2500. Barker Limit 1 with
Ibs. $5.00
or food order
Done and ordered this 28 day ONIONS more
of August. 1967. & Wilson, Inc. :Realtors & 3 Z5e

GEORGE By Janice M.Murray.: MOODY, Clerk Auctioneers, Tribune Bldg.,

Deputy! Clerk. Aug. 31, 4tc Bunnell. Phone 4373282.



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OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 437-327

PItoBe ID 7-3632 8:00 a-m.-1:00 p.m. U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL

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the social THUR& SEPTEMBER 14. 1967
Social security office?
SecurityNEW.S
A. Take your social security
card or a record of your
:number. You will also need Swanky lines distinguish the
some proof of your age record. '
Smart
ed early In life. If you cannot 68 Chevrolet Caprice Coupe
Q. Is there any way I can get a birth certificate or bap.
check to see if all of my earn tismal certificate bring what.
ings have been credited to my ever you have. We'll help you
social security account? find whatever else you need. 11
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A. Yes. You should check Q. I am a' housewife who
your record from time to time plans to return to work. If I
to make sure your earnings hire a maid only part time
have been correctly reported. will I need to report 'her social .
This Is easy to do. Simply ask security?

your social security office ,for A. Definitely yes, if she
a post card form to complete, will earn as little as $50 or I
sign and mail. The Informa more in cash wages In a calendar I
tion will then be sent to you quarter. This means if
from our central office.Q. you pay her as little as $4.00 I
a week you need to report her
I will be
65 this
year wages. Ask your social secur
and plan to retire. What do ity office for a copy of Leaflet


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Chevrolet's new look for 1968 begins up front with a smart new grille and hood that conceals
HOME FOR SALE the windshield wipers. Recessed taillights in the rear bumpers and new body side lines are smart
features
styling as shown above on the Caprice Coupe. An impressive list of comfort and con-
venience options make it possible to custom-tailor a new Chevrolet to almost any personal taste.The
new Chevrolets will be on display September 21.

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No. 21. This leaflet explainshow benefits figured? A friend of Blood banks and medical
to get the forms and f
I mine
make the says they use your last laboratories In Miami collect.
Reconditioned Inside and Out. 2 Bedrooms, reports. five years earnings to determine ed almost 200,000 pints of
how
much will
Q. I am a student who has you get.
Tile Bath, Living Room, Large Kitchen, Den, lost his social security card.I A. Sorry, your friend is blood in Miami last year and
paid out $2 million to donors.
Large 1-Car Garage, 2 Patios AH am going to' take a part wrong. Benefits are based on
or a 100x100 time pob at the supermarketand average earnings beginningwith

Foot Lot Near Bunnell High School, Hospital the manager wants to see 1937, or beginning with Quality Courts Motels, Inc.,
my card. How do I get a new 1951-whichever will give you with headquarters in Daytona
Doctors, Bank and Downtown.AN one? the highest benefit. Your five Beach, n6Vv operate more than

lowest years are dropped out 400 motels In the United
A. Go
to
IDEAL
RETIREMENT HOME your social security in figuring this
Ask
office and tell them average. States and Canada.
you
your social security office for

BARKER & WILSON Inc. you lost request your card.a new They card.will It help will Security Leaflet No.Benefits 855,, for Cash additional Social. Gulf American Land Corp.,

be a duplicate card showing information. which has four land developments .
REALTORS the same number as your lost in
going Florida
If have recently
you any further
card. You need only one social
Tribune questions to sure to contactth purchased 55,000 acres
Bldg. security 'number
437-3282 during your local social > in Southern Arizona to devel
lifetime.Q. security office
at 115 N. Rldgewood Ave., op four communities there.

How are social security Daytona Beach, Florida
One of the
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is Lion Country Safari

HERE! Motorists near Royal can drive Palm among Beach.

large' numbers of wild animals

including 100 lions, on
JOD TAMER its square-mile tract of land.

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Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chambersand Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Whiteof

son Pat, Jacksonville, Detroit, Mich., formerly of
spent the weekend here with Bunnell, are vistlng here this
iifJj Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Chambersand week with relatives and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles friends.Mr. .
Chambers.Mr. .
and Mrs. Jack West, Atlanta
and Mrs. Jim Craig Ga., are staying at
spent the weekend in Bradenton Flagler Beach while visitingin
w a as the guests of Mr. and Bunnell with Mr. and Mrs.P. .
Mrs. Bill Yates and family. A. Edmonson.' Mr. West is A2/c JIM BROWN
'. -i "' '. I Mrs. Edmonson's uncle. RECEIVES AWARD
..1" Recent guests of Mr. and
.If _11 I' Mrs. John Rice N A-l-A IDLEWILD CLUB Airman Second Class JamesM.
....\ ,Ji Hwy. ,
I JL. were Mr. and Mrs. Don Guthrie MET TUESDAY Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs.
.",,... ,. v of Graham, N. C. Sunday Averley Brown of Bunnell, has
," ( ,., visitors at the Rice home were Idlewood Club members met been 'awarded the U. S. Air
.;i. : ," 'f :" t ..... 11. ',. family of Holly Hill. Mrs. Martin McDaniel, Pine Clark Air Base in The Phil.
kr "' St., Bunnell. The club's first ippines.

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Mull. meeting of the year was pre. The airman, a communica
inax Mrs. Katherine Edwardsand sided over by Mrs. W. W.
tions equipment repairman,
Mrs. Carlie Cole have returned Deen, president. received the award as a per.
111 to their homes in Ash "Confidence" was the titleof manent decoration for helpingthe
f'iI ville, N. C. after a visit here the devotional given by 1st Mobile Communications

::'f' ,, ..' 01 with Mrs. Clurcy Cushing, Mrs. Dave Perryman, chaplain.Mrs. Group achieve an ex
". ',,'>:1'f Midway Park. Tom Lenssen was welcomed ceptionally meritorious rating.
as a new member. The group was cited for having
.\ I'? It'..' : The door
Ted and Karen Panchellaand prize was won by overcome extreme living
.f': "'.)i" children; Mandy and Tony Mrs. Jimmy Hargett. The hostess and working conditions in providing .
leave Sept. 18 for Kings. served refreshments to highly mobile com
MR. AND MRS. JIMMIE: HAROLD FRITTS ton, N. H. to reside while he Mrs. Deen, Mrs. Lenssen, Mrs. munications and air traffic
is working in Boston. They Myrna Knight, Mrs. Dale control facilities throughoutthe
FRITTS LOVELL signed by the bride. Her headpiece will be missed by their Flag. Brown, Mrs. Jennie Newell, Pacific and Southeast
WEDDING VOWSEXCHANGED was a matching blue ler County friends. Mrs. Hargett, Mrs. Louis Stef- Asia. The unit deployed 141
satin pillbox. She carried a Ilk, Mrs. Perryman and Mrs.' separate teams, most of themin
nosegay of red roses and pink Rev. and Mrs. Lamar Lin- Charles Chambers.The direct support of tactical
carnations. gold and daughters, Faye and October meeting will be operations.
Miss Kandyce Kay Lovell Bridesmaids were Misses Linda will leave Friday for at the home of Mrs. Remly The unit is part of the Air
and Jimmie Harold Fritts exchanged Cheryl Skola Bunnell
; Sharyn Murray.
Ft. Lauderdale for a weekend Force Communications Servo
marriage vows at Abraham and Marie Fleurie
,
visit with friends.
ice which operates five million
five o'clock Sunday eveningin Flagler Beach. Miss Elaine FLAGLER BEACH PTA TO miles of communication chan
the Flagler Beach Methodist Skolar, Bunnell, was junior Houseguests of Mr. MEET MONDAY
Church. and Mrs. NIGHT nels and more than 1000 air
bridemaid and Miss Anita
Hugh Howell last week
were traffic control facilities aroundthe
The Rev. Reynold Hoover officiated Baldwin, Flagler Beach was Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lynn of The Flagler Beach Parent globe.
at the candlelight flower girl. Their gowns were Teachers Assn. will hold its
Immokalee.
Mrs.
Lynn is Mr. Airman Brown
a graduate
double ring ceremony. Traditional of identical design as that of Howell's niece. first meeting of the year Mon. I I
of Bunnell
School attended
nuptial music was performed the maid of honor in shadesof day, Sept. 18 at 7:30: p. m. in: High ,
by Miss Linda Skolar, blue. Their flowers were Mr. and Mrs. Miles Moody the school cafetorium. Mrs. P. Daytona Beach Junior

organist Walter S. Morris soloist bouquets of red roses ,and and son Miles of Atlanta, Ga. W. Cummins, president, will College.
sang "I Love You Truly" pink carnations.Mr. were the weekend house. preside. SHRINERS TO
and "O Promise Me". Harold\Fritts, father of guests of Harry and Carol Atkinson An interesting film on human
The bride is the daughter of the groom, was best man. and sons. behavior habits of both MEET TONIGHT
Mr. and Mrs. Keith T. Lovell, Groomsmen wEre Buddy Baze- young and old, featuring Dr. Flagler County Shrine Club
144 Palmetto, Venice Park, more, John Carpenter and Rob. Mr;'and Mrs. Jack Carpenter Edward Flemming of the Florida will meet at Malphurs Restaurant .
Flagler Beach. The parents of pt Yeneha Daytona Beach. left Sunday for their home, State Board of Health, will Thursday, (tonight)
the groom are Mr. and Mrs. The groom's brother, Timmie Erie Beach Ontario, Canada be shown.At at 7:30 p. m. for a dinner
Harold Fritts, 411 Weaver ]'ntts was Junior usher. after a week's visit at Flag the conclusion of the program meeting, according to John C.
Drive, Lexington, N. C. The reception immediately ler Beach with Rex Cramp at there will be "Open Rice, secretary.All .
Escorted by her father, the following the ceremony was in Massles Motor Court. House" and refreshments will members are remindedto
bride wore a handmade A-llne the church fellowship hall. be served. attend.
gown of Imported Chantilly Asslst1n 'at the reception were HOME ON LEAVE All parents are invited to
lace over Peau de Sole fashioned Mrs. Albert Jones, Mrs. Jack SP/4 attend and become acquainted
with an Empire bodice Kemp, Mrs. Harry Kuleski, Sr., Neal Atkinson, US with the faculty and the
and bell shaped sleeves. The Mrs. Fred Skolar, Mrs. Venn Army Glessen, arrived Sunday from school. Weldon & Co.
on Raymond and Mrs. Jean Germany to spend a
gown was designed and made
by the bride and Mrs. Earl Chimpky Mrs. Harry Kuleski, thirty-day leave here with his LEAVES FOR COLLEGE TREE SURGEONSTREES
brother and sister in law, Mr.
Jr. kept bride's book.
Theil. A detachable
Chantilly and Mrs. Harry Atkinson and Delores Deen : Trimmed. Sprayed
lace chapel train was hand. Among the out of town daughter of Removed
made by the bride's mother. guests were :Mrs. Jack Kemp, family. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Deen,
Her bouffant tulle veil Mrs. Erma Bertlshofer and Neal has been stationed in Bunnell, leaves Sunday for Phone :328-3563 Free
with edged Mrs. Mabel Ertsinger of Burlington Germany since April, and will Winter Park where she will Night or Day Estimates
matching lace
Chantilly
attacehd Iowa and Mrs. Earl leave next month for a tour attend Rollins College this Call CollectP.
was to a crown of
of duty in Vietnam with the O. Box 382
seed pearls. She carried a bouquet Leighty, Atlantic Beach, Flor fall.Delores
of white Intelligence Operations of the is a 1967 graduateof San Mateo, Florida
sweetheart roses ida.Mr.
centered with a white rose and Mrs. Fritts will reside US--Army.- Bunnell High School.
corsage. at 151 Reef Road, South
Mrs. Robert Jacobs of De. Daytona Beach following a
land was matron of honor. wedding trip.
She was attrlcd in an A-line
gown of Royal blue satin, enhanced LEAVES FOR
with white lace trim MICHIGAN VISIT

interlaced with matching satin Mrs. Anna Jarosz left Mon
ribbon. The gown was de. day for Warren, Michigan for
several months visit with relatives
pI and friends.
HELENE'S While there she will attend
the wedding of her granddaughter

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FIRST THE FLACLEH TRIBUNE .
5- THUro. SEPTEMBER 14. 1967GIVE I
NOTES BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARYDawn

.ADMITTED Scotty Crews -
Yelvington, daughter ftl
Henry Lee, Faye Durrance of Mr. and :Mrs. Richard Yel- Quantity Rights \
Lillian Bondy, Wallace Miller vington, Colony Park, cele- WE Reserved i '
Pauline Lovelace, Hutch King, brated her first birthday an- I'M' ETTS cco l..
niversary
Jr., Lewis Woods, Bunnell.; Sept. 3 with Sunday a party afternoon at her TOP Prices Good ,

Mary McDonald Randy Hodges home. Thurs., Fri., Sat., ;\
Betty Logan, Flagler Traditional refreshments of VALUE and Monday, :
Beach; Don Capps, Merritt Island cake and ice cream were servo SUPER MAKE .
; Sophia Abjcen, Laura ed to Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sept. 14, 15, 16
Yelvington, Gary Wells and STAMPS and 17, 1967 .
NewmanOnnond. Mack Yelvington of Seville; 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 4373201 1I

DISMISSED Wilda Williamson Patricia Blackman, Titusville; I 'ji
Mae Gill Raphael Mr. children and Mrs. Hugh Lungrenand i
Claude
Sturman. Edith and Paul men, Deland; Airman and Car-and SMOKED (COPELAND 4.6 Lb. Avg.)

Jones, Margie Blakely Joseph Mrs. Johnny Metis and son I I
Clifton Ed London, Naomi Davey Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sko- '

Hosford, Larry Buono and lar Linda and and daughters Elaine ,Mr.Cheryl and, PICNICS I ." Lb.39 F I
Shirley Love.
Mrs. Bill Fryman and Carol of
Bunnell. ,
'
LARGE GROUP ATTENDS
MRS. BERTHA FANCY SELECT ..t ".. 1 I
MYT BEACH PARTY

About thirty teenagers attended ENTERTAINS PINETTES :: '
a Beach Party Sunday Barbecue was on the menu BEEF LIVER Lb. 49LEAN

afternoon at Flagler Beach when the Pinettes met last
State Park for members of the Wednesday evening at the
DELICIOUS
Methodist Youth Fellowship home of Mrs. Tommy Bertha, 1
of Bunnell Methodist Church. Bimini for their
regular
The group enjoyed a wiener monthly dinnermeeting.The .
roast, swimming and games.A door prize was won by PORK STEAKS Lb. 59
Vesper Service concludedthe Mrs. Charles Cowart.
afternon activities.
Members
attending were
Chaperones were Mr. and Mrs. Cowart, Mrs. S. J. Tilton, ARMOUR STARCHUCK
Mrs. George Clegg, Rev. and Jr., Mrs. H. V. Peavy, Mrs.
Mrs. Oliver Taylor and Ray Sammy Bertha,
Mrs. Walton 1C
Mercer. Kinney, and Mrs. Cliff Shef STEAKS Lb. 59Florida
The MYP group will meet field.
Sunday, Sept. 24 at 7:30: p. m. The October meeting will be
at the church for an organizational at the home of Mrs. Sammy
meeting and electionof Bertha, Wednesday, October
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FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. SEPTEMBER 14. 1967
I .. '. .".. Weekly Sermon

I 4 I

CHURCH Rev. Oliver F. Taylor. Pastor

fjqko Shark styling seen inSophisticated DunneU Methodist Church
NEWSFIRST
1968 Corvette Coupe Zt.t- THE LOVE OF GOD

A wise parent give unto his

METHODIST children through love. An un
wise parent indulges his
BUNNELL
children to a point which gen.
Sev. Oliver Taylor. Pastor erates selfishness. Material

Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. (things are Important and

t Worship Service, 11:00 a. m. withholding needed things
: Youth Fellowship, children Is also
Methodist from our an
.,..,.,- ,,,
6:30 p. m. unwise decision. However, In
axac 2 Blocks East of HighwayNo. order for the child to reach

1, Lambert Street. mature adulthood, guidance is

In order.It .
ST. THOMAS EPISCOPALThe Is easier to let our child.

Rev. Robert Stuart. ren do as they please rather
than to enforce a strict discip /'
Priest In Charge
line. Both non-control and too

Church School 10:00 a.m. strict control are wrong. As

Sunday. parents it is our moral responsibility
Morning Worship 11:15: a.m. to have a firm hand in

Communion first Sunday of guiding and directing the

each month. lives of our children so they
Three miles east of Bunnellon may reach a mature moral

highway 100. background. Parents are often

too casual about the religious

BUNNELL FIRST BAPTIST Instruction of their children,

., .. ........ Charles D. Anders, Pastor and can be over zealous in the
educational instruction of
Dramatically new and different is the IOCS Corvette.The revolutionary coupe roof design includes Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Sunday their
children. of these
removable panels and rear window for sophisticated open-air driving.The Mako Shark-bred Corvette' School. Both
boasts of longer and lower aerodynamic lines that are enhanced by graceful eloping hood and 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship important. Parenthood demands

retractable headlamps. Grille,rear deck and recessed taillights are all new.Both coupe and convertible 7:00 p.m. Training Union. a responsibility to our
have a new ventilation system with full door glass styling. Concealed windshield wipers and light 8:00 p.m. Evening Worship. children 'through Christian
monitoring system ere standard 1963 Corvette features.
Service.. Wed.: 7:30 p.m., Prayer love.God demands respect and

obedience of all even thoughHe
Nursery all services.
,
has given great and unlimited
I 2 Blocks East of stoplight,
THREE IN TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYHospitals Moody Boulevard. material things to
CATEGORIES mankind, Theer Is a moral or
der because God loves us.
fall into three By Russell Kay disc. My thoughtless neglectand BUNNELL "For God so loved the world

major categories of owner carefree life had carriedme PENTECOSTAL HOLINESSRev. . John 3:16.

ship: 1)) Non-profit (governedby Most of my life I have been to the brink of the grave.I John Ungold, Pastor

non-paid 'board of trustees disgustingly healthy. As far was an offense to my fellow Sunday School, 10:00 a. m. FSCC CLUBPREPARES
as my "innerds" were con and' total loss from the Service 11:00
man a Worship : a. In.Life
and run by a salaried administrator FOR
cerned. They seemed to take top of my 'head to the tip of Liners Service, 6:30p. : I
Financed by pa. care of themselves and never my toes. m, NEW SEASON

... tient charges, gifts and grants, gave me a care. Evening Evangelistic Service .
Members
of the
If I didnt have aches and Flagler i
and government payment for Oh, I would catch a cold 7:30 p. m. Senior Citizens Club are ask
I not normal. My
and then with attendant pains was Road.
Deen
and Medicare now
some Indigent care ed to bring their favorite
cough and sniffles but It never breath was bad, my hair was
), 2) Governmental (operated stringy and lifeless, my teeth games with them when they
lasted long and while
very THE METHODIST CHURCH attend
the Club's next meet-
by federal, state or to were yellow and on the vergeof
annoying was nothing worry
local government units and about. falling out. My sinuses Flagler Beach Ing, Sept. 19, in the Municipal

were clogged, my liver was Reynold Nelson Hoover. Building, Flagler Beach. There
financed by taxes and patient We had family medicine
a will be a potluck supper at' 6
I had tired blood
,
sluggish
School 9:45
Sunday a. m.
chages), and 3) Proprietary chest containing a number of o'clock, followed by the usual
my face was blemished, my Morning Worship 11 a. m.
(operated by corporations and reliable items for use In an songfest and a short business
hands red and rough. Choir Rehearsal Wed. 6:45
:
organizations to make a There bottle .
pro emergency. was a session. The clubroom will

fit, often providing a treat of turpentine, Epsom Salts, My stomach was in terrible p.m.Men's Club meets the first then remain open for all of
ment resource when the com Castor Oil, and Grandma's shape. It continually needed those who wish to stay and
of
Monday each month at
munity will not provide a hose mixture of sulphur and molasses something to control its acid 7:30 play cards or other games of
m.Woman's
pital). that was "good for drip. I perspired and smelt. p. Society of Chris. their choice according to

what, ailed you." like a horse. I had athlete's tlon Service the 2nd Thurs. Walter Creal publicity chair

WE MAKE Our water was pure and feet, arthritis, halitosis, was day, 9:30 a. m. man.
abundant, the air was fresh over weight, under par and South Daytona Avenue. There were 42 members and
OUR OWN PAINTBuy and clean and it was good to how I ever managed to crawl guests present at the last

DirectSaveWhyPay be alive. out of bed in the morning wasa FIRST meeting when lit was announced
BAPTIST CHURCH
More With the advent of radio mystery.But that the Club would
GALLONSLATEX Flagler Beach have a Halloween party Oct.
and Madison Avenue hucksters
Y I all of this could be Max Hall Pastor 17. The annual election of of.
3 5 began learning all
if I would
Interior-Exterior about the afflictions and dan rush quickly down overcome to the store Sunday School: 9:45.: ficers will also be held in October
drug
Morning Worship: 11:00. when the Club beginsits
2 Gallons S If!!69 gers I constantly faced. and stock up with a varietyof Evening Worship: 7:30. fifth year.LEGAL .
Then came television with remedies
Outside White :I' guaranteed to --
Wednesday Prayer Meeting; :
OIL BASE FOR WOOD terrifying' pictures as well as bring Instant relief and leave ADVERTISEMENT

a barrage of warning words. I me feeling as fit as a fiddle 7:30.On
Yeomans NationwidePaint the corner of Third and I3T THE OIlCtllT COURT OP
learned that I lived in a world again. Central. TUB SEVKVTII JUDICIAL
Factory fraught with constant danger.I CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA I\
438 So. II. S. 1-Hand Ave There were at least a dozen AND FOR FLAGLKll COUNTY -
began to realize that I had A'LOIUIACASE
Urmond Reach 0 to Si30
CATHOLIC CHURCHESRev.
remedies for headache, all No. 213CIVIL
been living In a fool's para.
better than the other. Every Fr. Anthony Leon Postoi SARA N. MELTON ACTION
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were new ST. MARY'S, KORONA Plaintiff
and improved, stronger and VI.
Sunday Mass 7:30 TOMMY. MELTON
: : a.m.

Flagler County Insurance more effective.I Weekday Masses: Mon., Wed., NOTICE Defendant.OF SUIT-NO PROP.

used to think I was a regular and Friday at 8:30 a.m. ERTY
TO: TOMMYV. MELTON, whose
guy but the hucksters FLAGLER BEACH CHAPEL residence Is J409 E. Main St..

Agency Inc. assured me I was not, not bya Sunday Mass: 9:00 a.m. YOU Durham ARE, North HEREBY Carolina.NOTIFIED
long-sight. I was Just aboutas Weekday Masses: Tues. and that an action for divorce
irregular as a person could Thurs. at 8:30 has been Sled against you TOMMY
r All Forms of Insurance get, but I didn't have to stay ST. STEPHEN'S BUNNELL a.m. W. to MELTON serve a and copy you of are your required

that, way. There were numerous written defenses If any to It. on
105 North Bay Street -:- Phone 437-3171 mixtures, pills and what Sunday Mass: 10:30 a.m. name the plaintiff's and address attorney Is whose

Bunnell Florida 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTY have you that would solve my Weekday Mass: Saturday at ARTHUR M. OSSINSKY of
,
problem.I 8:30 a.m.COMMUNITY. OSSIN8KY & GEORGE
600 N. Oleander Avenue
BONDS Daytona Beach Florida
had always thought that MEMORIAL and file the original with the

--- "an apple a day kept the doctor CHURCH clerk on or of before the above October styled 7, court 1967;

away." But the announcer, Flagler Beach otherwise a Judgement may be
entered against you for the relief
pointing a boney finger in
my
Rev. R. W. DIckert Pastor demanded In the complaint
direction, advised me that this or petition.
When you was an old wives tale and Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. WITNESS my hand and the
what I needed was a pill a Worship Service, 11 a. m. seal19671 laid Court on September

DISTANCE 'LET day.If. Communion every first Sun. GEORGE M. MOODY.
Clerk Circuit Court
day of each quarter. (Court Seal,
GEORGE I followed the advise Daytona Avenue, South of By Janice Murray
MEANS
screamed and shouted at me School. As Deputy Clerk
DOLT' !" 24 hours a day and rushed 'to Sept! 7-14-21-28-4tc

NOTHING! my druggist to acquire the
product recommended I would
W* Pay Postage Both Ways need a medicine cabinet bIg. THE BEAUTIFUL and PROGRESSIVE

gr than my living room.
Use DBF "Save-By-Mail" Service

On**f DM tUnl Ittml s....,..rf tw IIIMMMI.h tW......, THANKS ROBERT L. HANNAH


:O To those who expressed FUNERAL HOMES

r their sympathy in so many Dedicated to dignity. service and economy. Lowest cot

udE' A beautiful and practical ways by far in the entire area oa any service of yew ehetee.

MAIN OFFICE: during our sad bereavement, We tavite your comparison. Serving all faith
N : : "UOW11fiMN.D.ye0.0' we emend' our heartfelt
230 N. a.ecle St. thank U. S. HOLLY HILL-DAYTONA BEACH

4 I tvti RANCH OFFICE "II'alt o/Hull //.//"U.S.. #1 at 6th S,,.*, The Family of CALL WX 7611 TOLL FREE6THE

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SCHOOL 7-THE ftA LtR 'TRIBUNE TOURS- SEPTEMBER- 14. 1967... Florida's Hunting Season

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NEWS t C Xh S. Calendar F or 1967-68 Re'q ff d .

. .- ,
1Nnior class ,
Florida's hunting calendarfor December 30 Snipe sea-
Egads, school Is back in ses- the 1967.68 season as set son closes. '

sion afitf tjie Junior Class have by the Game and Fresh Water January 1 Deer and bear

already tven on the go tryingto Fish Commission, Is as follows season closes in First Second

make this year the best : Fourth and FJf t h'Cpnseryation
September 16 Archery, Districts. Turkey season closes
Thy
yet. started by voting rail and gallinule seasons in First Second and Fifth

and electing new officers: open statewide. Conservation Districts.

Presldetrt--John< McDaniel. 1"" October 1 Archery season January 7 Second phase

Vice-hrt ldent-L1lly Hall. 4' ;"':.'!' \ } : "" \ u 1...t. closes except for managed duck goose and coot season
Secret_ Brenda Town- "" -; ':J'.. -. ". ."" .
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". bow closes statewide.
'1jj< of "" #\. f. ., hunts and regular, season
send.TreaJrerMar1a Hugas. ,- l'l.. _'ttL; ,,, .......,... f hunting. January 8 Third phased

October 7 First phase season closes.
The Ju ,iof Class didn't stop -00. '
there. \V? are now selling dove season opens. January 1,4, Deer, bear
magazine !to raise money for November :5 First phase and turkey season closes In,t
dove season closes. Third Conservation District.
our, homecoming\ and
many other: expenses. We November 11 Deer, bear Woodcock ,season closes statewide -

hope that everyone of you turkey squirrel, woodcock and .
renewed w bought magazinesfrom quail season opens in First, January. 21 Turkey season -
of tflass. Please, supportour Second, Fourth and Fifth Conservation in Fourth Conservation

Junior class activities and e L, Districts. Snipe sea District closes.

make ou* magazine drive a son opens statewide. February 25 Quail and
great Success. November 18 Deer bear squirrel season closes in First

Reporter, turkey, squirrel, woodcock and Second, Fourth and Fifth Con
Maria Hugas quail season opens in Third servation Districts. '
1 Conservation District Second
-. .... ? vaf mmmmmm mma s m yK: 7\ March 3 Quail and squir-
'
,- ,-. A hot ,6\ top-of-the-line GT model (top) with distinctive GT phase statewide dove season opens rel season closes in Third

HASTINGS stripe VA' Bucket seats as standard equipment, heads the list of Conservation District.
MATTRESS November 23 First phase
change ib the Ranchero line for
1968. The completely redesigned March 9 Spring turkey
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS Ranch '. \ four Inches longer than last year's model, combines duck goose and coot hunt- gobbler season opens south of
Lemon the utili. lit pickup: truck with passenger car Injury. It has Ing opens statewide. State Road 50.
7lM2 St. an Impt I, t front suspension system and Is available with four November Rail and
P.lit tka| Florida total per yiMnce power packages Including a new 302-cnbic-lnch gallinule season closes. March 23 Spring turkey

rha,ie EA 5-9166 v-8 eng%, W(, model lineup for IMS also included_ Ranchero and: November 26 First phase gobbler season opens north of
RanchetA jf"o bottom).. "-*--- -- State Road 50.
Fut ,l\11re. Upholteiing duck goose and coot season
March 24
Spring turkey
"
ReAaIjed & Refinished /v" closes.
gobbler season closes'south of
MatPe* & Box Springs ATTEND 2 THODIST: ATTEND TEACHERS December 3 -Second phase State Road 50.

Mode <,I o tyrder._ Also Renovated, WORKS!!", SORORITY MEETINGMrs. dove season closes. April 7 Spring turkey
December 7 Second phase
Call; Uxrtf Morris 437-3233 AttendLl'5t' Christian Worker John Rice Mrs. Z. D. duck goose and coot season gobbler season closes north of
State Road SO.Shoot.lJng .
/Uet 6:00 P. M. Deland District Holland Mrs. W. L. Wads- statewide.
Workshop Ot Ute opens
hours for all resi-
worth and Mrs. H. H. Murray
1 December 16 Third
phase
PIt2GTrS EASONABLEBUD'itT -
in
of Churches
ty JMlst
attended the luncheon-meet dent game are from one-half
'LAN IF NEEDED Ormond \,ch and Deland ing of the Chapter of Delta dove season opens statewide. hour before sunrise to one-

J\AC ft* Bear as your Sept. 5 fV 7. were Dr- and Kappa Gamma Sorority in half hour after sunset. ShootIng

pl3ond or Post Office Mrs. Allet( g@ynolds, Mrs. Gor- Sanford Saturday. RESOLUTION hours for ducks geese
Drop V. a Card or Call don Bucj l 9. Kay Mercer and Following the luncheon- OF THE coots rails galllnules wood

Free t'i k.up .& Delivery Rev. and( T&. Oliver Taylorof meeting a workshop was conducted FLAGLER COUNTY CHAMBEROF cock and snipe are from one-
the fc nnell Methodist which was attended by COMMERCE half hour before sunrise to
Church. the local group. Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration sunset. Legal hunting hours

----- -/V". Flagler County Florida. for dove are from 12:00: noon
July 1-July 4. 1967. standard time tto sunset .

WHEREAS THE FLAGLER hunters should check their

COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE summary, of hunting rules and
has sponsored the Fif regulations for special regulations

tieth Anniversary Celebrationof local exceptions and

Flagler County; and wildlife management area
: : regulations. Hunting licenses
a' WHEREAS MRS. JEAN -
COLOR Ty..what 'required of all hunters ex. ,
FLAGLER MATTHEWS cept residents over the age of
granddaughter of Henry M. 6 and children under 15 to
fantastic difference! Flagler pioneer developer of hunt all resident and migratory
Florida after whom Flagler
game. A duck stamp is
County was named has indi required: to take ducks and
cated her interest by attending and
geese; a managementarea
and participating in the stamp is required to hunton
celebration of the Fiftieth An. wildlife managementareas.

niversary of Flagler County; .

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT
,r ( LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT!:
RESOLVED
: And COS1s. :
THAT THE FLAGLER
IN TIIB COUNTY JUDGE'S
than Vi thou4gh COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE COURT ITT AND Foil FLAG-
., LESS(: COUNTY FLORIDA
hereby expresses its 'FILE NO.

Y deep appreciation and sincere IN JIB': Estate Of ELLEN JANE
thanks to MRS. JEAN FLAG. BERRILL
p 0wawir LER MATTHEWS for the Deceased
NOTICE! TO CREDITORS
many favors and dedicated
To all creditors and all per-
enthusiasm on our behalf; sons having claims or demandsagainst
Y said estate.
andBE You. and each of you. are
IT FURTHER RESOLVED hereby notified and required to
: present any claims and demand
which you or either of you, may
THAT THE FLAGLER have against the estate of
ELLEN JANE BERIULU deceased -
COUNTY CHAMBER
OF COMMERCE
late of Wayne County
,., r as the Flagler Fiftieth Michigan to the lion. T. K. Me-
rp Anniversary Celebration Knight County Judge of Flag
spon ler' County, County CourthouseIn "
sor present a photograph al Bunnell, Flagler County, Florida -'
within six month from lhe-
bum of the events as an ex
date of the first publication oC
pression of appreciation to this notice.
MRS. JEAN FLAGLER MAT. Each claim or demand loud
... THEWS and be In writing and must state the
; place of residence and post-office
BE IT FURTHER RESOLV- address of the claimant and must
be sworn to by the claimant, his
TED: agent, or his attorney, or It will
THAT THE FLAGLER become void according to law.
Bach creditor shall deliver
COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE sufficient his claim to
enable the County Judge to mall I
'directs that of
a copy one to each personal representa;
this resolution! be spread in tive.Dated
the minutes of the Chamberof Anjtust 16th AD. 196T.
JOHN THOMAS feERRILL
Commerce, that a copy be As Hawnitor of the LM*.
A sent to MRS. JEAN FLAGLER Will aid Testament of,
!LLEN JANE DERR1LL..ceased. ,.
MATTHEWS, and that a copy J>. .
be published in the Flagler 'l.llet1. MlbloaUon on: August'

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6-mE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. --, .- .I I .__' h I -. -.:.. ,_. ..._ I mullS.. SEPTEMBER U. 1967 Weekly Sermon


CHURCH iA i Rev. Oliver F. Taylor Pastor

1 f.fqko Shark styling seen inSophisticated Eunnell Methodist Church
NEWSFIRST
1968 Corvette Coupe l- THE LOVE OF GODA

wise parent give unto his

METHODIST children through love. An unwise
parent indulges his
BUNNELL children to a point which gen.

Sev. Oliver Taylor. Pastor erates selfishness. Material

Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. things are Important and

Worship Service, 11:00 a. m. withholding needed things
Methodist Youth Fellowship from our children Is also an

6:30: p. m. unwise decision. However, in
2 Blocks East of HighwayNo. order for the child to reach

1, Lambert Street. mature adulthood, guidance is

in order.It .
,
ST. THOMAS EPISCOPALThe is easier to let our children

Rev. Robert Stuart. do as they please rather
than to enforce a strict discip
Priest in Charge
line. Both non control and ;(too

Church School 10:00: a.m. strict control are wrong. As

Sunday. parents Jt is our moral responsibility
Morning Worship 11:15 a.m. to have a firm hand in

Communion first Sunday of guiding and directing the

each month. lives of our children so they
Three miles east of Bunnellon may reach a mature moral

oDramatically highway 100. background. Parents are often

too casual about !the religious

BUNNELL FIRST BAPTIST instruction of their children,

;. .... ,:::;IA ff' .'. Charles D. Anders Pastor and can be over zealous in the
educational instruction of
new and different is the 1953 Corvette.The revolutionary coupe roof design includes Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Sunday these
their children. Both of
removable panels and rear window for sophisticated open-air driving.The Mako Shark-bred Corvette School.
boasts of longer and lower aerodynamic lines that are enhanced by graceful sloping hood and 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship are important. Parenthood demands

retractable headlamps.Grille,rear deck and recessed taillights are ail new.Both coupe and convertible 7:00 Training Union. a responsibility to our
have a new ventilation system with full door glass, styling. Concealed windshield wipers and light 8:00 p.m. Evening Worship. children through Christian
p.m.
monitoring system ere standard 1968 Corvette features.
Wed. 7:30 love.God
: : p.m., Prayer demands respect and
Service.
obedience of all even thoughHe
Nursery all services.
has given great and unlimited
HOSPITALS IN 2 Blocks East of stoplight,
material to
THREE CATEGORIES TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Moody Boulevard. mankind Theer Is a things moral order

because God loves us.
Hospitals fall Into three 1
By Russell Kay disc. My thoughtless neglect BUNNELL "For God so loved the world

major categories of owner. and carefree life had carriedme PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS . John 3:16.:
ship: 1) Nonprofit (governedby Most of my life I have been to the brink of the grave.I Rev. John Ungolct Pastor

non paid board of trustees disgustingly healthy. As far was an offense to my fellow Sunday School, 10:00 a. m. FSCC CLUBPREPARES

and run by a salaried admini as my "innerds" were con. man and a total loss from the Worship Service, 11:00: a. m. FOR ,
cerned. They seemed to take top of my 'head to the tip of Life Liners Service, 6:30:
strator Financed by pa. care of themselves and never toes. NEW SEASON
my p. m.
.. tient charges, gifts and grants, gave me a care. Evening Evangelistic ServIce Members of the

and government payment for Oh, I would catch a cold If I didn't have aches and 7:30 p. m. Senior Citizens Club are Flagler asked .

some Indigent care and Medi now and then with attendant pains I was not normal. My Deen Road. to bring their favorite
cough and sniffles but it never breath was bad my hair was
care), 2)) Governmental (operated stringy and lifeless, teeth games with them when they
my
lasted long and while
very THE METHODIST CHURCH
attend the Club's next meeting
by federal state or and the
annoying was nothing to wor were yellow on vergeof
Beach Sept. 19 in the Municipal
sinuses Flagler ,
local government units and ry about. falling out. My
clogged liver was Reynold Nelson Hoover, Building, Flagler Beach. There
were ,
my
financed by taxes and patient We had a family medicine will be a potluck supper at 6
sluggish, I had tired blood, Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
chages), and 3) Proprietary chest containing a number of o'clock, followed by the usual
my face was blemished, my Morning Worship 11 a. m.
(operated by corporations and reliable items for use In an songfest and a short business
hands red and rough. Choir Rehearsal, Wed., 6:45:
organizations to make a pro emergency. There was a bottle session. The clubroom will

fit, often providing a treat. of turpentine, Epsom Salts, My stomach was in terrible p.m.Men's then remain open for all of
ment resource when the com- Castor Oil, and Grandma's shape. It continually needed Club meets the first those who wish to stay and

munity will not provide a hospital mixture of sulphur and mo something to control its acid Monday of each month at play cards or other games of

). lasses, that was "good for drip. I perspired and smelt. 7:30 p. m.Woman's. Society of Chris- their choice according to

what ailed you." like a horse. I had athlete's tIon Service the 2nd Thursday Walter Creal publicity chair

WE MAKE Our water was pure and feet, arthritis, halitosis, was 9:30: a. m. man.
abundant, the air was fresh over weight, under par and South Daytona Avenue. There were 42 members and
OUR OWN PAINTBuy and clean and it was good to how I ever managed to crawl guests present at the last

Direct-Save-Why be alive. out of bed in the morning wasa meeting when lit was announced
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Pay More With the advent of radio mystery.But that'the Club would
GALLONS and Madison Avenue hucksters Flagler Beach have a Halloween party Oct.
3 LATEX $5 I began learning all all of this could be Max: Hall Pastor 17. The annual election of officers

Interior-Exterior about (the afflictions and dangers quickly overcome if I would Sunday School: 9:45.: will also be held in October
rush down to the drug store
I Morning Worship: 11:00.: when the Club beginsits
Gallons S 69 constantly faced.
1) stock with
If!! and up a varietyof fifth
4, Outside White !SOIL > Then came television with remedies guaranteed to Evening Worship: 7:30.: year.
Wednesday Prayer Meeting:
B.'SE FOR WOOD terrifying' pictures as well as bring Instant relief and leave LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT

Yeomans Nationwide a barrage of warning words. I me feeling as 'fit as a fiddle 7:30.On
the corner of Third and iv TUB cincriT COURT OF
Paint learned that I lived in a world again. Central. TIIF !SEVKNTH JU1HCIAI
Factory fraught with constant danger.I CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IV
43H So.! IJ. S. 1-Hand A\r. There were at least a dozen AND FOR FLAGLBR COUNTY -
Ormond Reach 0 to Si30 began to realize that I had FLORIDA
remedies for headache, all CATHOLIC CHURCHES CASE No. 213CIVIL
been
living In a fool's para- '
better than the other. Every Rev. Fr. Anthony Leon, Pastor ACTION
.. SARA N. MELTON
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--V"iiII'9"n week these products were new ST. MARY'S. KORONA Plaintiff,
and improved, stronger and vfl
Sunday Mass 7:30 TOMMY w. 'MELTON,
: a.m.
I Flagler County Insurance more effective.I Weekday Masses: Mon., Wed., NOTICE Defendant.OF SUIT-XO PROP.

used to think I was a reg. and Friday at 8:30: a.m. EItTY
TO: TOMMY MELTON, whose
ular guy but' the hucksters FLAGLER BEACH CHAPEL residence U '9409 E. Main St.,

Agency Inc. assured me I was not, not bya Sunday Mass: 9:00 a.m. YOU Durham ARE, North IIBRBBY Carolina.NOTIFIED -
long-sight. I was just aboutas Weekday Masses: Tues. and that an action for divorce
Irregular as a person could hag been filed afmliut you TOMMY -
Thurs. at 8:30: a.m.
All Forms of Insurance W. MELTON and you are required -
get, but I didn't have to stay ST. STEPHEN'S BUNNELL to serve a copy of your
that way. There were :numerous written defenses, if any to It. on
105 North Bay Street -:- Phone 437-3171 mixtures, pills and what Sunday Mass: 10:30 a.m. name the plaintiff and address attorney U whose

Bunnell, Florida 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTY have you that would solve my Weekday Mass: Saturday at ARTHUR M. OS8INSKY of
8:30: a.m.COMMUNITY. OS8IN8KY & GEORGE
problem.I 500 N. Oleander Avenue
BONDS Daytona Beach. Florida
had always thought that MEMORIAL and file the original with the
-- "an apple a day kept the doc clerk of the above styled court
CHURCH on or before October 7, 1967:
tor away." But the announcer, Flagler Beach otherwise a Judgement may be
entered against you for the relief -
pointing a boney finger In
my demanded In the complaint
Rev. R. W. Dickert. Pastor
direction, advised me !that this or petition.
you was an old wives tale and Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. &eat WITNESS of said Court my hand and the
on September
DISTANCEt1iM\ what I needed was a pill a Worship Service, 11 a. m. 0, 199 7.
T day.If. Communion every first Sun- GEORGE M. MOODY
day of each quarter. (Court Seal Clerk) Circuit Court

MEANS I followed the advise Daytona Avenue, South of JSr JanIce Mwajr
screamed and shouted at me School. At DeputyClerk
DO HI"W 24 hours a day and rushed to Sept. 'lU31UUcTHE

NOTHING! my druggist to acquire the
product
recommended I would
Pay Pottog Both Ways i weed a medicine cabinet bl,. BEAUTIFUL and PROGRESSIVE

Use DBF "Save-By-Mail" Service get than my living room.

|DM tf rW sled M frf in*i i.rf It* .. ROBERT L. HANNAH

i THANKSTo FUNERAL HOMES

:; those who expressed
BsdkaNd to dimity. service and
their sympathy In so many economy. Lowest Mtky

beautiful and practical ways tar te the entire ora. on any service o4 your ei......

\ MAIN OFFICE: duriiif our sad bereavement, Wo levite your oosspa 'lso Serving all faith
t 't. :F: 'Oou mown Daylana' we sealed our heartfelt
j I ___ 230 N 6 ochS than V. S. HOLLY HILL DAYTONA BEACK
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BRANCH OFFICE: "H' n of Holh HM" U.S. II at 6th ....t The Family of CALL WZ 7811 TOLL FREE
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-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE TOURS- SEPTEMBER 14. 1967_ Florida's Hunting Season



NEWSJunior Calendar F or 1967-68 Released: ,

a
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Florida's hunting calendarfor December 30 Snipe sea
Egads, school is the 1967.68 season, as set son closes. *

sion and the Junior by the Game and Fresh Water January 1 Deer and bear

already been on the Fish Commission, Is. as fol- season closes In First, Second,
to make this year lows: Fourth and FJf|h'Cpttseiya. 'on
September 16 Archery, Districts. Turkey season closes
yet. They started srw+i _. rail and gallinule seasons in First, Second and Fifth

and electing new open statewide. Conservation Districts.

President-John October 1 Archery season January 7 Second phase
Vlce-resldent
closes except for managed duck, goose and coot 'season
Secretary hunts and regular season bow closes statewide.

send. hunting. January 8 Third phased
Treasurer Maria
The Junior Class October 7 First phase season closes. .

there. We are dove season opens. January :1,4, Deer, bearancj -
magazines to raise ii November 5 First phase > turkey season closes ln \.

our, prom, : !! dove season closes. Third Conservation District.

many other November 11 Deer, bear, Woodcock season closes state

hope that turkey, squirrel, woodcock and wide.;

renewed or bought quail season opens In First, January 21 Turkey sea-
from our class. Second, Fourth an Fifth Conservation son in Fourth Conservation

our Junior Class Delivery'l Districts. Snipe sea- District closes.

make our son opens statewide. February 25 Quail and
great success. November 18 Deer, bear, squirrel season closes In First

Reporter, turkey, squirrel, woodcock and Second, Fourth and Fifth Conservation
Maria quail season opens in Third Districts.
Conservation District. Second
"' March 3 Quail and squirrel
-, .Z : A hot, new top-of-the-llne GT model (top) with distinctive GT phase statewide' dove season opens season closes in Third

HASTINGS stripe and bucket seats as standard equipment, heads the list of Conservation District.
23 First
changes in the Ranchero for November phase
line 1968. The completely redesigned March 9 Spring turkey
&. UPHOLSTRY Ranchero, four inches longer than last year's model, combines duck, goose and coot hunt- gobbler season opens south of
710-12 the utility of a pickup truck with passenger car luxury. It has Ing opens statewide. State Road 50.
an Improved front suspension system and Is available with four November 24 Rail and
March 23 turkey
Palatka, total performance power packages Including a new 302-cublc-lnch gallinule season closes. Spring
Phone EA V.8 engine. The model lineup/?*"** also includes Ranchero and: November 26 First phase gobbler season opens north of
Ranchero Road 50.
$00 (bottom). -- ---- --- -- State
Furniture,
duck and
goose coot season
March 24 Spring turkey
& closes.
Repaired
gobbler season closes south of
Mattresses & Box METHODIST ATTEND TEACHERS December 3 Second phase State Road 50.

Made to Order Also SORORITY MEETINGMrs. dove season closes. April 7 Spring turkey
December 7 Second phase
Call; Laura Morris Attending Christian Worker John Rice, Mrs. Z. D. duck, goose and coot season gobbler season closes north of
Holland, Mrs. W. L. Wads- State Road 50.
After 6:00 P. of the Deland Dis opens statewide.
Shooting hours for all resident
worth and Mrs. H. H. Murray
PRICES of Methodist Churches In December 16 Third phase game are from one-half
attended the luncheonmeeting
BUDGET PLAN IF dove season opens statewide. ,
Beach and Deland, of the Chapter of Delta hour before sunrise to one-

Just as near as 5 and 7, were Dr. and Kappa Gamma Sorority in half hour after sunset. ShootIng -
Phone or Post Allen Reynolds, Mrs. Gor Sanford Saturday. RESOLUTION hours for ducks, geese,
Drop Us a Card Buckles, Ray Mercer and Following the luncheon. OF THE coots, rails, gallinules, woodcock

Free Pick-up & and Mrs. Oliver Taylorof meeting a workshop was conducted FLAGLER COUNTY CHAMBEROF 'and snipe are from one-
the Bunnell Methodist which was attended by COMMERCE half hour before sunrise tosunset.

Church. the local group. Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration Legal hunting hours
Flagler County. Florida. for dove are from 12:00 noon

.- July I.July 4, 1967. standard time !to sunset.iunters '
should check their
WHEREAS THE FLAGLERCOUNTY' )
CHAMBER OF COM- summary of hunting rules and

MERCE has sponsored the Fiftieth regulations for special regula
Anniversary Celebrationof tions, local exceptions'nd

'.. ';"' ." wildlife management ,'area
and
: :.7:: ,: WHEREAS Flagler County; re ulatJons. Hunting {icenses.arerequlred .
COLOR TV.whata: ; MRS. JEAN of all hunters ex ,

FLAGLER MATTHEWS cept residents over the age of
: "
.; granddaughter of Henry M. 65 'and children under' 15 to
fantastic difference! Flagler, pioneer developer of hunt, all resident and migratory
Florida after whom '
Flagler
game. A duck stamp is
County was named, has indicated required: to take ducks and
)
her interest by attend geese; and a managementarea
ing and participating in the stamp is required to'hunton

celebration of the Fiftieth Anniversary Wildlife managementareas.
)
of Flagler County; .

., ,..: ".. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ,
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
And it costs less '":: "' RESOLVED;
THAT THE FLAGLER IW TIII COUNTY JUDGE'
than wo though COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE counT IW AND von, FLAG-
LER COUNTY, FLORIDA
hereby its '
expresses FILE: NO.
a y deep appreciation and sincere IN KB: Estate of ELLEN J>NE2BERIULU
thanks to MRS. JEAN FLAG
LER MATTHEWS for the Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
many favors and dedicated
To all creditors and all persons -
.b enthusiasm on our behalf; having claims or demandsagainst
1 satd estate.
andBE You and each of you. are
IT FURTHER RESOLVED hereby notified and required to
: present any claims and demand
which you or either of you. may
THAT THE FLAGLER have against the estate of
ELLEN JANE BERIULU deceased -
COUNTY CHAMBER OF COM-
late of Wayne County
MERCE as the Flagler Fiftieth Michigan to the Hon. T. K. Mc-
Knight County Judge of Flag-
Celebration
Anniversary sponsor ler County, County Courthouse
present a photograph album In Bunnell Flagler County Klor-'
of the Ida within six months from the-
events as an expression or
date of the first publication
of appreciation to this notice.
MRS. JEAN FLAGLER MATTHEWS Each claim or demand mud
be In writing and must state the
; and place of residence and post-office
BE IT FURTHER RESOLV- address, of the claimant and must
be sworn to by the claimant, Ills
TED: agent, or his attorney, or It will
become void law.Bla.oh .
according to
THAT THE FLAGLER creditor shall deliver
COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE sufficient copies of his claim to
enable the County Judge to mall
directs that a copy of one to each personal representa
this resolution! be spread in tive.

the minutes of the Chamberof Dated JOHN Au MAShhARUtiLL.

Commerce, that a copy be At Bwmtor of the Lwt
sent to MRS. JEAN FLAGLER IllJANE roBERRILr4

MATTHEWS, and that a copy j A....
be published in the Flagler .v\fff\ pvbleatlon on: AlI8usr--
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FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. SEPTEMBER 14. 1967 OCTOBER 10 DATE SET FOR AMERICAN LEGION

FLORIDA STATE TEACHINGAND LETTERSTO CITIZENSHIP
) ASC Committee BUNNELL WSCS
NURSING LOAN TESTS AWARD WINNERSMiss
MET WEDNESDAY THEEDITOR
The Florida State Superintendent Pamela McDaniel,
Nominees "Dynamics For Self-Discov of Schools, Mr. Floyd daughter' of Mr. and Jjrs. R.

ery" was the topic of the pro Christian, has designated F. McDaniel, Flagler Beach,

AnnouncedThe gram presented by Mrs. Oliver October 10 as the date for administering and Leo Flourie, son' of Mr.
Taylor Wednesday mornIng the Florida State At a 'recent meeting of the and Mrs. E. P. Flourie, Flag-
I
at the Bunnell Womens Teaching and Nursing Scholarships Flagler Beach Board of Commissioners ler Beach are the winners of
election of the ASC Society of Christian Service Loan Tests in each at which the bud. the Citizenship Awards pre

county committee for farm meeting. Participating in the county. The examinations for get for the coming fiscal year sented by Flagler Post'' 115,

program administration in program were Mrs. Leslie Seniors at Bunnell High was discussed, the writer asked American Legion.
Flagler County for the coming Tucker Mrs. Cordell Robert. the Chairman if a copy of made
School and for the other qual. The awards are annually
year was announced today by son, Mrs. Walter Cody and ifying applicants of this area the Budget could be publish. to an outstanding 8th
W. W. Deen Sr. current chair. ed In the Flagler Tribune for
,
Mrs. Gordon Buckles. Bunnell
will be administered in the grade girl and boy at
man, Agricultural Stabilization Mrs. Lloyd Robertson gave courtroom of the Flagler County the edification of the general High School. The students are

and Conservation County the devotional "Who Am I?" Courthouse from 9 a. ni. public who are vitally inter selected by the faculty In May
Committee. He called particular ested in the figures
Hostesses Mrs. Gordon Buck. compos
until 11:00: 'a. m. on the above and the presentation are madein
attention to (the fact that les and Mrs. Leslie Tucker date. ing the budget. September.The .

the committee election this served refreshments to 23 The Chairman said, "No" Citation of Awards will
year is a little later than in members present. Anyone who desires to take that It was too expensive to be presented to the winners
the examination should
fomer years. They are being con. publish in a newspaper as the Monday, Sept. 18 at 7:00: p.m.
tact Mr. Brown at the
Averley
held during the third week of RETURN FROM TRIP cost was Very high. He told at the Bunnell Civic Center.
Guidance Office Bunnell
September in all agricultural High the writer that of it
Mr. and Mrs. Arden Kinney a copy or
counties throughout the Nation have returned ito their homein School or by phone'at, his a number of copies would be SCHOOL ANNUAL
In order to increase the home. The phone number Is .
St. Johns Park after a two. furnished to anyone who wished
4373595. This should be doneas
awareness of this importantfarm months camping' and sight to purchase them at 50c SUPPLEMENTDISTRIBUTED
program function on eligible seeing trip. soon as possible before per page. I purchased several

voters. The farmer come The Kinneys visited in Ida Thursday, September 21 so copies at $2.50 each I took
mittee system Is a unique that tests can be ordered on Student activities at Bun-
ho, Washington, Wyoming and one to the Flagler Tribune
means of administering national British Columbia ,before returning that date. and was informed that the nell High school that occurred

agricultural programsand home. One thousand fifty General City could have had the copy from March through May, la-,.
policies. The ASC county Scholarship loans for the of the five page budget published eluding graduation, have been

committee administers the HAW CREEK COMMUNITYCLUB Preparation of Teachers, each for $44.80. Had this compiled in a 25 page sup.

price support, acreage diver having a value of $400 per been done every subscriberto plement and has been published .
RESUMES MEETINGSThe
sion, agricultural conservation, year, have been made available the paper could have hada by the 1967' Annual

and other farm action pro. Haw Creek CommunityClub on the basis of !this competitive copy to 'peruse at leisure staff.

grams in the county and is will meet Wednesday, examination. The and those who do not subscribe The books are being distributed
t particularly responsible for Sept. 20 at 9:30: a. m. at the loans can be canceled by one could have bought a as an addition to the
'
keeping their neighbors In. home of Mrs. Walter Cody, year of teaching in Florida copy for'lOc. 1967 yearbook at no addi

formed about the programs.The Haw Creek, for the first business schools for each $400 of loan I wonder if any of you tional charge.

J' county committee also meeting of the year. balance. readers tried to study the five Copies are available free of

supervises the ASCS county office Officers will be elected to The Nursing ScholarshipLoans pages of figures that was charge to all persons who

I through which the administration serve the ensuing year. include: posted ''in the Post Office, the purchased an annual and may

t of the various programs Practical Nursing, $300 a Pier, or Lobby In 'City Hall, be obtained .from Theo C.
I Is handled. The local ICORONA CLUB year for one year.Professional and tried to remember them Heln at Bunnell High School.

county office manager, B. E. PICNIC SUNDAY when they reach home? It Several copies of (the 1967
White, is responsible for the Diploma Nursing would be almost; Impossible.Does Annual 'are also available.
$300 a for three
day-to-day operations of the The Korona CommunityClub year the Board of Commissioners

county office. annual picnic will be years. think that $44.80 is too eling public by auto clubs

Voting will be by mail, rthe Sunday, Sept. 17 at 1:00: p. m. Associate Degree Nursing, much to spend so that each will designate Flagler Beachas

Chairman explained, and ballots at Bulow Ruins State Park. $300 a year for two years citizen could read this Important a Speed Trap? A name

are being sent to each All members are asked to (Junior College). document? Certainlythe once acquired is Indeed hard

known eligible voter. In case bring a basket lunch and Basic Collegiate Nursing, cost of publishing Is not to get rid of. Or do our Com

an eligible voter falls to re- drinks will be furnished, according $250 per semester or trimester an Important factor at the missioners have a magic formula .

ceive a ballot through the to Mrs. Martha Zysk. for eight semesters or tri price quoted. for reaching into the

mall, he should contact the mesters. There are many things In public's pocket without any

ASCS county office. Generally, TO ATTEND SCHOOLMr. Advanced Study Nursing, the Budget (that will stand resentment? Should we hurt

a farm owner, tenant, or $500 per semester or trimester close study, but: today we will our city? Speeders should be-
and Mrs. Ronald Coleman
sharecropper is eligible to to already licensed nurses Just mention one. That is the punished when necessary, but
and Jodi leave 15
\ vote if he Is eligible/ take Sept. who want to do additional astounding Increase In the it should not be planned to
part In one or more of the for Davenport, Iowa where college preparation. $750 per cost of conducting the Police the extent of $8,500.00.
will reside while he attends
they
f programs administered by the semester, up to two semesters, Department.The Flagler Beach Is a friendly
Palmer of Chiro-
ASC committee. Eligibility to College In an approved Florida collegefor Budget figures for the little City and noted for Its
.
vote or hold office as commit- practor.Mr. work leading toward a Police Department for year hospitality, typically southern,
Coleman has been the
teeman Is not restricted by Master's degree. 1966-67 show a cost of $2,982.00as but this is not the southern

reason of race, color, creed, or Gulf Life here Insurance since 1966.representative Contact Mr. Brown for more compared to $10,620.00 for hospitality advertised, and
'national origin.Envelopes information. the coming year. An Increase taken for granted in the

containing marked of $7,648.00., North. Wouldn't It be betterto
UDC MEETS
But the Commissioners have drastically reduce the Bud.
ballots may be mailed or NINTH GRADE TESTING
I returned to the ASCS County THURSDAY AFTERNOONThe plans to meet this differencein get of the Police Department?

office any time before September United Daughters of the PROGRAM SCHEDULED cost. One only has to look Last year's Budget and City
22. Confederacy will meet Thursday under the heading of "Fines Marshall gave our City protection .
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18
at 3 p. m. at the home of and Forfeitures". without presentingthe
"Be sure to sign this state Mrs. Floyd Tingley, Railroad The Florida Statewide Ninth In 1966.67 the estimate rev- present problems.
ment on the back of the out.
enue for fines and forfeitureswas
Grade Testing Program will Angus S. Reynolds
:side envelop", Mr. White Ave.Mrs.. H. T. Cook, chapter be administered to all students placed at $2,000.00 The
furged. "If it is not signed, the new Budget estimate is
president will preside.All in the ninth grade at $10-
ballot will
not be consideredas
members are remindedof Bunnell School 500.00 or $8,500.00 more.
High and Carver WE'RE LOOKING
I a vote. And we certainly Does this
mean that the
/the meeting. Junior High School. next way FORA
want every eligible voter'sballot the
city has of meeting the
I Monday, Sept. 18.
I to count in the elec.
FINESSE CLUBENTERTAINED Increased salary of our new GOOD MAN
tion." This testing program is de. police force Is by fining the

Ballots will be tabulated signed to measure the people who drive through OVER 40
publicly by the incumbent Mrs. Rosely Cameron enter achievement In subject matter Flagler Beach in the amount.
r in tained the Finesse Club Mon. < pertaining to the areas of of $8,500.00? If this is true For Short Trips

ings. day evening at her home, 408 English, social studies, mathematics how long do you think that Surrounding Bunnell

10:00: A. M. The public is invited Moore Street, Bunnell. and science. The student's A-l-A will be the busy high. MAN WE WANT IS

, to witness the vote High scorer was Mrs. Helen apitude for academic way it is today or Route No. WORTH UP TO
counting. Jordan Mrs. Opal Craig was work Is also measured.The 100? And how long do you A

Following Is a slate of nom second high scorer. student can graph his think it will be before the $16,500'YEAR
The group will meet Tuesday percentile profile on the various road furnished the
inees for the ASC committee maps trav.'II -
19 8 the he has Plus Regular CashBonuses
Sept. at p. m. at scores made on

, election: home of Mrs. Joann Crews, the test and this profile will ...
"'
I R W. Cody, Jr. Hwy. 100.AMERICAN. give a fair indication of what O. F. ALFORD AIR MAIL

" Walton M. KinneyJ. he can achieve and (the areas M. C. PATE, JR.

B. Pellicer LEGION In which he should exert more Registered PRESIDENTTexas
effort In order to achieve bet
Real Estate Broker
Lloyd RobertsonW. HONOR DINNER ter as he progresses toward Refinery Corp.

W. DeenC. MONDAY NIGHT graduation from high school BunnelL Florida Fort Worth.Box Texas 711. 76101

G. Higginbotham 'and eventual entrance Into r. >A A
Flagler Post 115 of the
Questions on eligibility to American Legion will honor college, technical, business,

vote and to hold office or on Boys Staters, Citizenship or other endeavor.All .
the election procedure will be Award winners and "Miss ninth grade students
determined by the ASC coun American Legion" at a din should plan to be present at FLOWERS FOR

j ty committee subject to appeal ner meeting Monday night at the two schools on the test .
I }j to the ASC State Commit. Bunnell Civic Center. date. This is one of the two ALL OCCASIONS '
most tests each
important stu
tee.
i
'I Junior Class boys of Bun I
dent will take his
f nell High School who attended during AGENTS ;
DAWN LYNN HOSFORD school career.BEVERAGE .
Boys' State in Tallahasseein

I Mr. and Mrs. Brice Hosford, July were Bobby Robinson, LICENSE FOR FTD f
son of Mr. and Mrs. Tillman
,j Haw Creek, announce the arrival ,
Robinson, Bunnell, and Hewitt RENEWALS DUE
f of a daughter. Dawn Dupont, son of Mr. and FLORISTS TELEGRAPH DELIVERYCall

l Lynn, born Sept. 8 at 2:30 p. Mrs. Jack Dupont, Bunnell. State and County Beverage

m. at Ormond Beach Memorial Citizenship award winners Licensee are due and must be Us For Fast Delivery of Flowers AnywherCOOK'S

l.. Hospital. She weighed Pamela McDanlel and Leo paid by October 1, Tax Collector

tight pounds and eleven Flourie and Miss Sharyn Dale B. Brown said today.

ounces at birth. Abraham, "Miss American Business owners mut bring
t The paternal grandparents Legion" will also be honoredat their city license In order to SUNDRIESPhone

j are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hoeford Monday nights meeting.A obtain the State and County

oC Haw Creek. Staff Sgt and fried chicken dinner will license, Brown said.

\ Mr*. James Arp Cigli AFB be served at 7 p.m. and members The State and County Occupational 437-3498 U. S. T, Bunnell8T1iE
, Texas are the maternal are asked to bring a covered licenses are also due

grandparents. dish. now.







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