The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
June 1, 1967
Publication Date:


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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
29.4675 x -81.256944


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).

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St. Johns tribune
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Palm Coast news
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It Happened In Flagler

lone Keen, Worthy I County 10 20 40 years ago
''Grand Matron of the Grand VOL. 55 NO, 22 THURS DAY. JUNE 1. 1967 $2.50 A YEAR ?

Chapter of the State of FJor-

Ida, made her official visit to TONY PARKER Bunnell's New DUPONT AREA FIRE
Bunnell Chapter, No. 93 Orderof 10 YEARS AGO .
the Eastern Star, Wednes WINS CONTEST, BURNS 100 ACRES
day evening: May 24. Other officers Dorothy Strickland valedictorian
attending were Mrs. V. Tony Parker, a junior at Well Now Being Approximately one hundred of the graduating classof
:Ledbetter Grand Esther Bunnell High School, l.s''the acres of timberland burned Bunnell High School, was
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Stella Pryor, Grand Instructor local winner In the TImemagazine's Monday afternoon. The bum- given the annual award of
District 24 Pauline Kirkland 31st annual cur Tested At Lab.The ed acres were in the Dupont the Readers Digest Association
; ;
rent affairs contest Time's .
Past Grand Ruth Stella Proctor section of the county on the Miss Strickland receivedan
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Grand Instructor District current affairs test was givento Allen tract, which Is leased by honorary subscription to
23and Hazel Mlddleton more than three million City of Bunnell has Hudson Pulp and Paper Corp. the Readers Digest and an en.
Grand Representative.Mrs. college and high school students completed drilling a new well graved certificate: from the
and is(awaiting approval from According to a Hudson editors
Wanda Mercer, Worthy
w a !the State Board of Health. spokesman, the fire started
Matron Other officers
presided. ( )
3:00 :
about pm. Monday.
Chemical and bacteria analysis
serving were Henry
Scott, Worthy Patron; Carolyn were taken of ithe new Stumps were still burningand Among the trophy winnersat
Scott Associate Matron; Carl water supply and have been fire crews were workingIn the NASCAR Drag races
Carroll, Associate Patron; Ray '< forwarded to the state laboratory the area at press time Wednesday at the Bunnell Airport Sunday
h '
Mercer, Secretary; Joe Brock, for tests, according to were Gene Knight, Charl-
Treasurer; Mrs. Alice Lovell, hI Gene Barber' city water superintendent Origin of the fire was not ton Wall and Louis Steflik.

Conductress; Mrs. Shirley I, known ((0 '
Chambers, Associate Conductress The well Is producing, but '
; Mrs Myra Wadsworth, will not be put In operationuntil LANDS 22 LB. KING The American Legion Citi

Chaplain; Mrs. Ludy Brooks, the okay is given, Barber MACKREL zenship Awards'were present.
Marshal; Mrs. Naomi Hosford, said. ed to Nancy Brannam and

,Organist; Mrs. Wilma Brock, Greg Price, 12 year old son Carey", Holland. \The awards
:Adah; Mrs. Rita Diamond The City's water supply has of Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell were'made by Past Commander
'Ruth; Mrs. Geneva Solomon ,been critical for several weeks, Price, Flagler Beach landeda John A. Clegg of Post 115
Esther; Mrs. Lethe Scott, Martha due to the low water table, 22 pound King Mackrel at and Duane Deen served as
; Mrs. Martha Mercer, an Increase !in amount used the Flagler Beach Pier Saturday acting commander for the
Electa; Mrs. Jennie Green, due to the drought, and one morning. ceremony.
in the U. S. and Cana of the wells (drilled In 1927)
Worder and Rufus Miller, Sen Durrance
Tommy Flagler
da. It consisted of more than
failed to The city
tinel 100 questions on national and produce. Beach, caught 15 Flounder, 20 YEARS AGO .' .
three wellsto
Following the meeting refreshments normally operates/
ranging in size from 2 to 6
foreign affairs. Also included
meet the customer demand. Medals were awarded to the
were served to six.
pounds, Sunday, off the pier.
such categories as business, The well will furnish the Band
and members at. new following outstanding
ty guests Tommy was using live shrimpfor
sports, entertainment ,
tending. additional source needed. Students: Most outstanding
religion, literature and the 'bait. '
boy. Rudolph Smlglelskl, 47;
arts. Upon approval the well will Cecil Westbrook, pier manager
BHS ANNUALSGO be connected to (the treatment reports large catches of outstanding girl, award was
presented to Kathryn Hamilton
Pompano and Blues are being
plant and consumers will be '
ON SALEThe BULOW MUSEUM provided with soft water and taken from the 'pier this, 49; Honorable mention'
went,to Carolyn Hosford, 49;
Bunnell High School and an ample supply. week. '
GETS GO AHEAD Michael 49 and.
Yearbook,The Plnea, has been '
Allen Reynolds' 49.
completed and will be distributed Construction of a new museum ,

Friday morning at 10:00a. : alt Bulow Plantation' SCHEDULE OF EVENTS FOR (:)
m. In the school cafeteria. Hllstoric Memorial near Bun .
Those who have annuals ordered nell was given the go-ahead Plans were 'being made fora
are asked to pick them this Week State Parks Dlrec- benefit fish JCry at Flagler
tip at this time. or Bill Miller announced to 50TH ANNIVERSARY Beach for' Friday, May 30. The
.. ... .fish fry was-sponsored by the
'f'Acc rdlnt'to'/IbeoHeln, an 'day. ,:\ 'T". '** ,: o< ;; I"
m y"
; '
there few &a& commlte : town In an effort
nual advisor, are a Miller said the Cabinet Fiftieth Anniversary e ap
The Flagler County
availablefor ot raise additional fundsto
additional copies has authorized
the Florida
proved a schedule of events for the forthcoming' anniversary purchase fire works for the
those who did not Park Board to enter into a
July 1-4, at Monday nights meet- 4th celebration.
orders. $9,480 contract with B. E. Me- celebration of Flagler County, July
Call Construction Company of Ing, according to John A. Clegg, chairman.The (:)
BUNNELL Maitland, which submittedthe following eVents are scheduled for the four day semi. The annual May birthday
low bid.Florida centennial celebration: party was enjoyed at the Bun.
GENERAL HOSPITAL nell Community Center Thirty
State Museum, in SATURDAY 1
ADMITTEDMarshal I Gainesville has been commissioned P.M. at Bunnell Airport Sponsored attended the buffet dinner.
: 11:00: AM.200: Barbeque Bunco I '
prizes were won by
Crews Nadine Nipper, Stella ,to prepare displays for by Flagler Cattlemen's Association. Jobe Brown, Mr. J W. Cauley
Zalewski, Dalton Arnold, David the new museum. Show at Bunnell Airport
2:00: PJM.-4:00: P.M. Air & Stunt and C. R. Creal
Stevens, E. S. Morris all of 8:30: PM.1230 A.M. Old Timers Dance at Bunnell Airport 40 YEARS AGO .
Bunnell; Beverly Crouch, Joan SENIOR CTiZEN3 Hanger-Sponsored by Country Club and Idlewood Club.,
Parrish Ruth Watkins, Earl Tuesday afternoon the Bun,
Old Timers
held during
9:30: P.M. Beard Judging Contest to be
Breece, Marie Janlckl, Jerry TO MEET TUESDAY nell Methodist Church promo.
Davis and Edna Lehr, all of Dance. tion exercises were held by
Flagler Beach; Holdwell Colby There will be a covered dish SUNDAY the Junior Epworth League.
and Rosa Jones, Ormond dinner meeting of the Flagler 11:00: AM.1200: Noon Homecoming at All Flagler County Promoted to the Intermediate

Beach; Lloyd Derreberry, Jr., Senior Citizens Club next Churches. League were: Daisy Marguerite
Ocala. Tuesday evening, June 6, In 12:00.1:30: P.M. Dinner on Church grounds. Smith,. Maria McIntosh
DISMISSED: Jimmle L. Its clubroom In the Municipal 2:00: PJH.-4.00: P.M. Air Review and Parachute Jumping at Allen, Mary Elizabeth Browning
Crews, Harold Jones, Mamie building, Flagler Beach. The Bunnell Airport. Julia Edge Lovelace, An.
Terry, J. D. Barber, Earl Rice, time is 6 p m., according to MONDAYAll rife Marion McBride, Dorothy

Jr., Phyllis Clark, Ruth Evans, Walter Creal, publicity chair Day Recreation; & Fishing Tournament at Flagler Beach. Lucille Sears, Clare George
Hattie King, Rita pellicer, Cor- man. Blddle, James Orvllle BIddle,
Ine Sanders, Helen Nolle, Arthur (No scheduled events.) and Arth Worthy..
Summers, John Parrish LIONS HEAR 5:00: PM.730: P.M. Fish Fry lat Rayonler Headquarters on (:)

Lloyd Derreberry Jr., Marshall 4H CLUB WINNERS UJ5. 1Sponsored by Flagler Timber Growers. One of the worst forest fires
Crews; Walter Gibbs, Mary 8:45: P.M.-10:00: P.M.: Flagler Historical Pageant alt Bulldog in the history of Flagler

,Bross. 4-H Club Speaking Contest Stadium. Beach, raged all day Monday,
winners, Catherine Harris and TUESDAYAll taking before It some valua

,HIGH PRICE Dan Zimmerle, were the guest Day Beach Activities: Youth Contests, Fishing Tournament ble Umber and laying bare
FOR POTATO speakers at last Tuesday's Golf Tournament. stretches of beautiful hammock
One Flagler County grown Lions Club luncheon meeting. Womans Club. land.
6:00: P.M. Beauty ConteSt Sponsored by Flagler
Irish potato sold for $7.50 last Homer Zimmerle, president, The exceptionally dry con
9:00 P.M. Fireworks at Beach Pier Sponsored by
week. Rob Deen, local potato presided during the business : dition of the forests In this
farmer,* told us he had an session. City of Flagler Beach. section 'has been the cause of
Irish potato that weighed two Members voted (to sponsora 10:00: P.M. Teen Dance at Flagler eBach City Recreation Hall. grass being easily Ignited. The

and one quarter pounds and contestant In the Miss Fiftieth fire started west of John Anderson -

he sold It last week to a gentleman Anniversary beauty con Hwy. and burned
from Brevard county. ATTENTION OWNERS. AGENTS CUSTODIANS. LESSEES steadily across the road from
The buyer did not disclose testThe annual committee reports AND OCCUPANTS OF REAL PROPERTY WITHIN THE Hllkrest subdivision, owned
what he Intended to do with were given. Twenty CITY LIMITS OF THE CITY OF BUNNELL. FLORIDA by I>r. E. A. Dow and seven

the potato, Deen said.We members and three guests at acres belonging to camden
venture *o say this to tended. ORDINANCE Dean was attacked by the
the highest price a single An ordinance providing for the cutting, destroying flames. Last reports showed
Flagler County Irish potato SUMMER RAND PROGRAMTO and removal of weeds, palmetto hrubb rf. trash and the fire burning Its way

has ever been sold for. The START JUNE 12 other litter g'1'OwiD9'.Iy1D9 or located upon any lots load through Bulow and the -. -
county potato crop quantity and other premises within the city of BuwMiL FUtMa west No houses were Jurtroj
have been poor **i An eight weeks summer" ed as yet
might anthofislng the City of BunneU Florida and Its duly. .-
tot tile quality was evgood. band program is scheduled (:)
year, thotteed emplnymn and officers to cut destroy and
I.... for Bunnell High School students Mrs. Riley Malphurs arrived
beginning Monday, remove the MOB upon failure of the owner to do so after home Wednesday from. a ten

MLLfCntWOMEDAT! t MNifY June 12. Claaroa will be written notice, and charge the costs diesel to tM owner day trip to Orraond..
SATtmOAY scheduled by the band dtrec- providing that such charge shall constitute a lien oa said (:) ,

There will be a Workday ipuyoUf in lover oi'the City fIl BannelL Florida and repealing Mr. end Mm. Harold Me-
the Peillcer Creek Cemetery it a.m.will all ordinances or parts el oidiinnsn In --.t AkKandar proved! genial en-
Saturday, June 3. herewith: tartalners at a private ions
It wm be an aU-day affair the entire band JuDe 12 at CITY COMMIMIOM at their Haw Creek home Monday
and the** planning to attendare 9 a.m. evening. The time was
reminded to bring work There to no fee charged for CITY Of IUNMBLL pleasantly passed la squat

tools and a basket lunch. ih-*- band .DrOlrra__ u 1. u cIaDcIDa.U.i .

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JUNE I, 1007

2-THE FLACLER TRIBUNE .'........ f" ., .
JFlagUr ffirtbunrINCORPORATED ,.

BUNJtELL, FLORIDALEN I II I URCNIJEWS CHOICECopeland' Lean WeaEecii Choic13. .. efm.cwsNC J.

Editor and PublisherBETTE
News Editor Flagler Beach
'. Reynold Nelson Hoover lb. 29

Churdi!-,School, 945 a, m.
Designated; newspaper for all 1i
Morning Worship, a. m.
Legal AdvertlsiasEntered
Tfcirth Fellowship, 6:30 p. m. .
Choir Rehearsal, Wed., 6:30: '
U second class matter p.m. k SMOKED (1214ib.( Avg.) (HALF OR WHOLE)
February 6, 1913, at the post (...Men's Club meets the first
office at Bunnell. Florida, under each month at
Act of March, 8, 187*. Monday
7:30 p. m. _
: .Woman's Society of Chris'ttori 59
Oae Tear tw' lb1
Service the 2nd Thurs. HAM
. Six Month* i day, 9:30 a. ..m.CATHOLIC .

'\l" U. S. D Choice
!In..Fr. Anthony Leon..PastorST. ,,

Why The Sunday. MARTS Mass: 7:30 KORONA a.m. RIB STEAKS ib 79;

Weekday Masses: Mon., Wed., ,
and Friday at 8:30: a.m. \ .
,i'h U,.,S, t). A. Choice. ,
Science D. Anders, Pastor

Monitorrecommends School.Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Sunday RIB STEW Ib.Fresh 39L

11:00: a.m. Morning Worship
7:00 p.m. Training Uniori. ., ..." :.. '
8:00 p.m.,Evening'_Worship.
uWed.: 7:30 p.m., Prayer r1 '1 'S ,at treek" Ranger, "SLICED"


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emphasis Is on tocef new: It also each month.
reports the major national and International Three miles east of Bunnellon lb. 25I
news. ,highway 100,
We specialize In analyzing and: inter: *
preting the important,aatJollll.Jn4 Sunday Mass: 9:00: a.m.
International news. Our Intention Is Weekday Masses: Tues. and
to bring the news Into sharper focus. Thurs.tat.8:30 a.m,.. > I $100
The Monitor has a worldwide staff of ST. STEPHEN'S. BUNNELL RIB TIPS NECK BONES 4 Lbs........................_...._... I
correspondents some of them rank Sunday Mass: 10:30: a.m.
among the world's ,finest,And the Weekday Mass: Saturday at ..
Monitor's incisive, ,editorials
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are followed Just as closely
by the men on Capitol Hill as they '3For $I DIXIE:CRYSTAL
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fessional reputation as one of the Worship Service, 11:00: a. m. GELATIN tOe
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Please start my Monitor subscription for CHURCH BED Each VELVEETA
the period checked below. I enclose Flagler Beach PILLOWS 97 e
$ (U.S.funds). Rev. K. W. Dickert Pastor
Bi.YEAR months$24$5 [J e months.. f 12 Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Giant Size CHEESE
Worship Service, 11 a. m. Each
Name Communion every first Sun. JOY 4ge
day of each quarter. lb.
City 2 Loaf 99

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-------- -- Rev. Oliver Taylor Pastor
Sunday School, 9:45: a. m.. FROZEN FOODS
Worship Servicp, 11:00 a. m.
Methodist Youth Fellowship, I Tbn 4'7c Morton's
14 Size
ROY'SSTEAM 6:30: p. m.FIRST oz.

CLEANING SERVICE Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order CREAM PIES 3 For 9c
Flagler Beach Big Dip
Guaranteed t. Kill Mildew 1/2 Gal.


CALL AFTER e iOO P.M. Morning Worship: 11:00.
MR. R. BOND Flagler Beach Evening Worship: 7:30. Golden Ripe -
Phone 439-2275 P.O. Box 794 Wednesday Prayer Meeting: Lb.
7:30. BANANASFresh tOe


When you Lb. ge, Giant

DISTANCE 111 Juicy R e d. Size 47p

Lb. Limit 1 with $5.0d or more food order
MEANS 230 .


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Y Tllman Robinson, Work

Unit Conservationist, of the :t. .. .
Flagler Soil and Water Conservation ,
; District, Bunnell, w
will be awarded the Soil Conservation ;;.: fpm
t Service Certificate of '
$50,264 In social security far more than the contribu .
Merit, according to J. W. Ham- !
benefits were paid to residentsof tions he has paid; and the mett. State Conservationist, .,,;,.

Flagler County last year same will be ttrue if he should US Soil Conservation Service,

up 11% from the year before.At become totally disabled for Gainesville. A certificate of 1

work before 65. Merit for Ernest C. Taylor, deceased .
the end of 1966, 754 men, W'I
will be presented to
Monthly payments to the
women, and children were receiving !
benefits at a monthly family of a worker who dies, his widow, Mrs. Ernest Taylor. ',' .
leaving 2 or more children, Taylor was mployed as a
rate of $50,264, L. Daniel San.
Work Unit Technician at the
social security assistant can range from $66 to $368 a
time of his death, March 24
district manager, reported to. month, depending on theworker's 1967 ., ., CARRY. FACTS Your P 0 C K E T/
day. Over 15% of the residentsof average earnings '

Flagler County are drawing under social security The awards will be given a: POCKET DATA BOOK{ USA 1967Utal

social security benefits. 658 Social security survivors for above average work performance .

were older people, he said, receiving benefits, Sanslng said, can in assisting landowners In tha MriM.( itaUtUcal of--Mob.Issued kj the ....... .(theCtniut
benefits as retired be paid to the family of a to plan and apply, a ,U.S. DtpartnMflt tl Commtrc.
workers, the wives and husbands soil and water conservation "
who has worked .
young man Will aver 300 p f* -4n color-prtMnt current, authoritotlv.ttitittkt OftaU
of retired workers andas and paid social security con. program of high quality during major faced of the Konomlo md social itrvctura of the United Sum...
the surviving widows or itributions for little th Fiscal Year 1966. population, adueatlan health, ipwnunant plea, labor Income,...If....,.da
as a ttnM,recreation. ricultw Klanca,
f.; *. Intfuitry and othar wojacti.)
of ,
aged 'dependent parents and half 'j' .
year a during''the
workers who have died.. three before The certificates will be presented 30 papa of charts and iraphs...469 itatiillcal bllII.....brief narrtliv
his death.
'" r years during a bahqust4ln description! w III.U.$.In tM mld-1960'i.rm.

"But social security: Is not Benefits (to the mother and their honor In Gainesville, I' IMTO POCKET' M ,u u. $1- .
Just for older people," Sansing June 5th. W. R. Van 'Dersal 9 ,
children continue until the -----------------------

pointed" out. 128 young widows youngest child reaches 18, or Deputy Administrator, U. S. .. .' To. : tuptrlnUndtnt of Docuntants Any U.S.D Ptpartmant of
,and children In Flagler indefinitely, if the child has a Soil Conservation Service, = Govarnmant Printing OfTk. 01) Commtrct fWoT ODIo* '
County were receiving benefits disability'which began before Washington,'D. C, will. be the u.A Wathlngfon O.a. 20402, +" f* ti 'U -< *
I amounting"' to nearly $5- his 18th' birthday and makeSIt guest speaker. Kin Cndotad h $ (chick monty erdar. Supt Coet.' eou'|>on.;I.,,
000)( ( al; the end of December. impossible for him to work Or etiiria my Dapoill Account No. -"""

96;ftlsabl d,, workers and dependents and become self-supporting.+ Send ;, tow<:.) of rocM Data Sock USA, JH7 : "

were receiving benefits Under a change fan the law 1974, after the maximumtax .l: (OU34/S.t67).t. $1.50. ,. ,"' '" |J'. .'*..*.'. ("..''*':1'st.'e-..-A

all monthly rate of $6- enacted; In 1965, a child's benefits rates for old-'age, surVive Name.--

189.: "Practically every young can be continued 'up' un ors, and' disability insurance .rMt.dd'ft' Jl.I. "

family in Flagler'County has til age 22 if he or she contin go into effect: will pay only city: ;st.t. ZIP, -r A::
survivors protection under social ues in schooL about 80 to 85 percent of the I
security that can be value of their potential bene ... ,n. \> : !, .1J
worth '$75,000 or more, and Under the schedule of taxesin fits. The matching contributions ,, \ f./- '< .
equally valuable disability Insurance the present social security paid by their employerswill .; '. :/ n' 'IQi.'t :t.: 1, '
law even the of for ', .t AlTSSIt! D...;'1'11)1. f
protection. group young account the other 15 't, .
;/ : ', ....
,. :
L '
workers .
who will .
start work to 20 percent : ,
.... :
The worker he said, .," m 'l. ""' ,
average f> .'. ., \hff8n. 'Ii'1,......
k "
.t. -'" :
can''expect; to collect more .1.j" 'q : ; .t t"
1 :I
than the value of his social I .t .J

security tax contributions Just ', ........ '.t'1'4' < : r ;. I+ r FT, '::+'r\" .Y I/t.Pl'bttl' !NSl dt1a/ '"i.._ ,.,!:\) .

In the benefits payable to him .. It'AJ' '> ..: ; ,f.. :" .'.,I" 1t111 brr(:, ft\IiIItJ ibt k"''
and his wife in retirement. If ", .
'{ .k-(1( I .. .1'1
he does not live retirement, '. 1I Ae..' .. .,

his family stands to collect I .. :i'." : ...::;;, :" ,,,,1IIT' ., ...... "V\'WIi\ ", :, .

t{ Treedom must be at_ all times ," :

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING defended, because it is at all times

'iI,:... G'; ) besiege Not all of us are called to.. ..i.t .

t i...l'I.. .. .. .. .
RATE-4c per word. Minimum $ 001' : fight: on the' battlefield.I Many of' ."; K I

charge per Issue $1.00. us must quietly and[ firmly do \ ., ,"

SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain ,

snail fields shell installed Reasonable; "*"prieeac.-Roter : :.: what we can and all that we must, .J

Jams 437.3410
Call George ,u-
8-1-tf here home. Bonds .
., ,; at Buying ,

at Dex LOSE Moody's-A-Diet WEIGHT Tablets.Pharmacy} safely ONLY 4-27-7rp with 98c regularly, is as important to this It

SWIMMING.". LESSONS.' :.----I. r.; nation in the long reach of history]}

will dive swimming instructions "

at 'my for home children beginning and adulfs"fuiie! '. \r as almost anything we can do. .

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5. For further 'information (" '
contact Mary Meekins' at 4392006. '"" ,
Itc .; '
_'li 1
.;\ \
Used Kroehler chair and sofa t P'. .

with foam rubber cushions,

$14.95. Jerry's Furniture &: .
Appliances. Old Dixie Hwy. 2 ''h ,f When you buy U.S.Savings
t Bonds regula/ly-thwughi ;, .'
miles S. of Korona. Phone 43737 I ;; j '\. JI! Payroll Savings where you i-
>2. ItcAnyone I s I t'N',,' work or Bond-s-Month
where you bank-you era also, '
Red Bliss Y entitled to purchase >
wishing T'OW Freedom Shares.freedom .
potatoes call Mrs. A. F. TucK- '. Share are
437.3578 after 7 .hort-term Saving Notes.
er hey pay a Ngher return
Itc. .t than Savings Bonds((4.14"
y. '.. g) ,,, <: when held to maturity
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rr une-tor-one with Bonds
LAKE DISSTON-Beautiful ,... r 'r l K- In four denominations,and
2 bedroom house. 12x22 .. 'A -F. are redeemable' after f,
on.year You will find
Cypress 'paneled living complete Information .
room, tile bath. modern I where you work or bank. ;
kitchen. One and 3/4 acres President Johnson displays '

lovely pines end landscap: ; __. oz the first Freedom Share......1/

citrus _
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trees 100 fet on lake Diss- : .
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TWO acres very near Bun .; ',
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Mrs. Zeke Pache and son Harry Atkinson and Cliff
Frank Pache of Bridgeport, Sheffield spent the weekendIn
Conn. are visiting here with Charlotte, N C. where they
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pache, attended the "Rebel 600" car ;i?:
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Pache and races
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bertha. tt

Margaret Taylor has return. I i''
Jeffery and Mary Jo Seale ed to her home, 307 N. BacherSt A C

and daughter Gina are move from Flagler Hospital in ,
ing to Haw Creek this week. St. Augustine where she wasa

They will reside In the old patient: for two weeks.. -
Frank Clegg home. i
Mr. and Mrs. John Kinneyand

Martin Tucker arrived home daughter Anna Marie are ,d'a.. sir rr'A
Friday from Maryville CollegeIn visiting in Panama City this n
Tennessee to spend the week.
summer vacation here with :;

his parents, Leslie and Doris Mr and Mrs. Miles Moodyof :

Tucker. Atlanta, Ga., spent the
weekend visiting here with
Moses, and Joan Atkinsonwere his sister, Mrs. Harry Atkin.
in Atlanta, Ga. last week. son and sons.
They will be moving to Atlan-
at next week to reside. Moses Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence q7 :
will be employed with the Frazier of Newport, Tenn. ar
Delta Air Lines there. rived Monday for a week's
Elise Westcott of. Braden. visit with Rev. and Mrs. Lamar -
ton visited in Bunnell last Lingold and family. The 4 + tp lhpt+r
week with relatives and Fraziers are former residentsof

friends. Bunnell. p, F STERLING

Johnny} Taylor, son of Mrs. EXCLUSIVE TOILETRIES FOR MEN
Margaret Taylor left Wednes Bob and Evelyn Cook and 'UftM OILI IM.0.100 OIl"lilA'MI101NCOAMOYII.0 ,
Martin and Bette McDaniel, M
I day for Shell, Wyoming, wherehe
will be employed at the spent the weekend in Boca Exclusive toiletries% "a cut above"the
Blue Jacket Ranch during the Raton with the Cook's son In rest, that show you considerhim
summer months. law and daughter, Harry and a cut above other young men
Pat Gignac and family. A smashing after shave. A

Amorette Wells and Virgin- cologne that lasts from dusk to
Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Robert dawn.
la Wyndham and her grandson Carol Susan McMillan and guests were the bridegroom's
Earl Black, are visiting son have moved to Flagler Thomas Bruce Moore were parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Give our British Sterling. Its rich
this week in Baxley, Ga. with Beach to spend the summer flask of silvery metal over glass
married Saturday May 13 at Moore, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Ted
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Connor, months at their home on of and Plant sets this most fashionable gift I
Church family
the First Baptist Dusenbury ,
North A1A.Brenda from all others. ;
Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mrs. Dot apart
Bunnell. City, Dusenbury,
Bowers and family. :: Murray is expected Lake Helen 'and Mr. and Mrs.A. From $3.50 to $10.00 ,
The Reverend Charles Anders

W. Wlnesman Edgewater.After
Mrs. Remley Murray and to arrive home Friday from performed the double i
children spent: the week end Berry College, Rome, Ga. to ring ceremony. Ray Mercer a wedding trip to St. ANDERSON'SDRUG ;
in Hazelhurst, Ga. visiting spend the summer with her was organist and Walter Mor Augustine, Mr. and Mrs. Mooreare STORE .
with her mother, Mrs. Pearl parents, Remley and Janice ris was soloist: at home at 1092 North Bunnell. Florida

Peede and her sister, Mrs. Murray. Street, Daytona Beach. Phone 437-3225
Laura Bramblett and daughter The bride is the daughterof -s
Theresa. Shyla Deal left Wednesdayfor Mr. and Mrs.'L. W. 'Me-
her home in Miami after Millan, 102 Cherry St., Bun
several days visit here with nell. Mr. Moore's parents are
Hubert and Grace Smedleyand Ira
her cousin, Sherry Haxgett. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Moore, 618
last weekin
son Clay, spent
Hubert Frier returned home Colfax Drive, Daytona Beach.
Jones, Alabama visiting
Sunday after a two weeks Given in marriage by her
with relatives. Their daughter
trip through the Western father, the bride wore a floor DI SASTER
Sally, a student at Ala
States. in tradition
length gown
bama College in Monte Vallo,
white. The flitted bodice hada
Ala. returned home with
Joe Seale arrived Wednes Sabrina neckline outlinedin
(them for the spmmer vacation < like this should strike our town. .
day from Clarksville, Mo. to Borealis crystals and long
spend several'days with his pointed sleeves The bouffant
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Magee family at Flagler Beach He skirt was :tier on tier of chantllly how well would you be protected?
and Mrs. Seale will leave Sun
returned home Saturday from lace and organdy, sweep et aIl
for Clarksville and she into train.
Cedar Keys where they spenta ing a long chapel
will remain for a week's visit. Her elbow length veil was attached
week :fishing. Mrs. Magee'sbrother
and sister in law, Mr. to an organdy flower
and Mrs. Joy Sisco of Jackson. Patrolman and Mrs. Wm. L. cluster. She carried a bouquetof
Futch will have their week daisies
yule Joined them last Tues as chrysanthemums -
for of end houseguests her mother intertwined with seed
day a day fishing.
and sister, Mrs Margie Rob pearls. 0
erts and daughter, Karen Maid of honor was Miss N
Roberts of Jacksonville.Mrs. Paquita Hugos. She wore a SCMost y

BUNNELLTHEATRE floor length gown of yellow
Grace Brice of Rosehlll, satin enhanced with daisies.
N. C. visited here last week Her headpiece was designedof A
with her brother and sister in matching fabric. She carried
Adult 75c Child 35c law, Mr. and Mrs. Bernice a nosegay of yellow

THURSDAY and FRIDAY Jones. chrysanthemums with yellow

streamers.The .
Mrs Dave Cowan and bridesmaid, Miss

TIN ROOF" daughter, Kimberly of Orlando Elaine Owens, Fitzgerald, Ga. E
visited here Monday with
wore a gown identical to the
-With- Mr. and Mrs. Cordell Robert. maid of honor, except in blue, serious complaints about paymentof

son. and she carried of insurance claims made
ELIZABETH TAYLOR nosegay are by people-who have not

- - Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Smed blue matching chrysanthemums streamers of with blue insured their homes thru local, established agents

SATURDAY ONLY"MAYA" ley attended the graduation satin. .says Legislative Investigating CommitteeIn
exercises at Dallas County The bridegrooms brother,

High School in Plantersville, Edwin B. Moore, III, was his its Official Report on loss ad- business from an independent
-ALSO- Ala. last week. Valedictorian best man. Ushers were RobertD. justments made in the wale of agent. Then, if disaster strikes,
"Around the World of !the graduating class was Pendle, Daytona Beach and Hurricane Carla, the Committee your independent insurance agent
I Gwyn Smedley, granddaughter Mike McMillan, brother of the of the Texas House of Representatives is on your side ready to help.
Under the Sea"I of Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Rob bride, of Cocoa. gave full credit for responAs independent insurance

I ertson, Bimini. There was a reception afterward sible performance to those com agents, we give you the continuing
-- at the church. Assistingwere panies represented by independent ,personal attention you need in
Mrs. Frances Mercer, agents. insurance protection-The Big Difference
I Hastings, Mrs. Margaret' Bly, How to protect yourself. Buy in car, home, or business
iasuraace for borne
Lake Helen, Mrs. Lee Blake. your car, or insurance.Call us soon.

ly, Mtes Marge Blakely and
Miss Elizabeth Allen of Bun

OrmondBEACH nell.Among the out of town YOU ,
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THANK YOU Until I can .
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many prayers, cards, flowers 16 hrth hr Street .:. Pho&e 473171II
Fast Granada Avpnuc and gilts during my recent BUDBeIL Florida 32010
Ulens-Margaret Taylor.





Quantity Right

: .. WE TOP GIVE 'M E T T S Prices Reserved***Good

Th r.., Fri., Sat.
and Monday,

'}J VALUE SUPER MARKET June 1, 2, 3 and

'< 5, 1967Phone
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Florida Grade "A" ,

Park Miss, right Geraldine, Is shown Gee,present.Winter Dorothy Beach librarian.The Homans. Flagler FRYERSArmour Lb. 'j:':;;" i"t T: it':1:..._...._... .291 ,, r'
\fIl :
Ing a book collection to Miss book collection was donated 11. ,
to the Flagler Beach 11- Star ""'. ,
brary by the late, Mrs. MaudeE.
ANGELA LYNN GRAIN Barron, Winter Park and 39'
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crain, was presented by her grand. Lb.w.s: .. _.,_....._.
Flagler Beach, are the parents daughter, Miss Gee. :" ,, t '
of a daughter. Angela Lynn, {'.' '1\ 'f.r '
born Friday, May 26 at 3:36p. FLAGLER BEACH BAPTIST Lean JuicyPORK "':rit:,:. .. nJ "
m. at the Bunn ll General PRATER SERVICE t""J.":'1'I I :' \ \wit .,. "

Hospital. She weighed seven Rev. Jack,Logan will be the STEAK \ ;,( : iti/\.l,,. A .. 590Tender

I pounds. guest minister at the Wednesday Lb. ...:...._.... J'..,_......_.-
... ',
!I' lj :
evening service atthe
ROBERT JAMES F1SCH prayer Delicious'CUBE ... :" ,
Mr. and Mrs James Fisch, Flagler Beach Baptist '. .
Korona, are the parents of a Church at 7:30 p. m. '(' ".
son born Sunday, May 28 at Rev. Logan will be servingin STEAK \ \ '" \:. 89'1)

the Halifax Hospital In Daytona the absence of the pastor, Lb....................,: :..'!t!;-.':.... ........
Beach. He was named Rev. Hall. Rev. and Mrs. Hall nW:

I Robert James 'Flsch are In Miami this week attending Delicious (1007. Beef) ';I ';,'.
Mr. and Mrs Julian Clifton the Southern Baptist

Bunnell,.are the paternal Convention '
The maternal : :
grandparents. Lb............_..: : .._.._.._...
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. AMERICAN.HUNGARIAN

Robert Hughes, Korona. CLUB ENTERTAINED ,

Twenty members of the
American-Hungarian Club enjoyed -
Mr and Mrs. Michael Cookof
Daytona Beach announce an Old Fashioned Country Lean Delicious (Beef) Juicy

the birth of a daughter born Barbecue at the home of Short Brisket

Friday, May 26 at 8:09 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Berthain Rib, Lb................................ 45 e Stew, Lb.......:.................._..... 39 e
at Halifax Hospital in Daytona ,
Bimini Sunday afternoon. Pork Pig '
Traditional foods Including Neck tfOO Feet $400
She weighted six pounds L.
and five ounces at birth and delectable pastries were servo Bones, 5 Lbs....................:: I. 4 Lbs............:;;.., .:............. .e.
ed to (the guests .,'
was named Lisa Arlene Cook.
Old Fashion PigTails ; ,I I
The paternal grandparentsare HOME FROM VIETNAM
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cook of Daisy

Bunnell and the maternal Gene Bowers arrived home Cheese, Lb............................. 69 e 4 Lbs........................................ $100
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday from Tul Hoa, Vietnam
Harold Massie of Daytona where he has been employed
Beach. with B. B. McCormick
Company for the past fourJ. Dixie Crystal


Delores Deen will appear on A3c Johnny Seale, US Air SUGAR 47 .
the Farm and Home Program Force, arrived Saturday to
Thursday and Friday, June spend a 15 day leave with his Bag
1.2, at 6:45 a. m. on TV channel Mr. and Mrs. ''Joe
4. parents Seale, Flagler Beach. Johnnyis Limit (1) with purchase of $5.00 or more food order

Delores, Miss Potato Blossom stationed at BergstromBase

1967, will represent the Austin, Texas.
North Florida Potato Council.

She will also be a guest on REV. TAYLOR ATTENDS Florida Grade "AuMED.
the "Midday Show" on channel CHURCH CONFERENCEThe

LEGAL 4 on June ADVERTISEMENT 8th. pastor Reverend of the First Oliver Methodist Taylor, EGGS 3 Doze $$1 1 1Limit 00

IN run cmriJiT.rotnT. RVKNTII Church of Bunnell was One ordained .
JUDICIAL riiiriJiT. an Elder at the
IN AM FOR FLAOLfcUHJTY. Hundred and Twenty-Fifth
FI.OH1DA. 1 Annual ((3) Doz. Please
MAUaAUHT M OILMER.Plaintiff. Session of the Florida
Conference of the Methodist

JACK GILMER.VI. Church In Lakeland, Floridaon -_... Armour (4 oz. Cans) ,

AMIVVnni Defendant.) NOTiriJ OF !linT May 30. He is also a candidate MATCH YOUR Cans $4TOO
IN THK NAME OF THE STATE for the relationship Cheer VIENNA SAUSAGE. 4
OF FLORIDA: Full Connction with the con COUPON

TO: Jack ailmerResidence UnknownYou ference. This relationship will. FLAGS HEREK! Kraft (Fresh (Dairy Case)
to flip In
are required Reverend Taylor position
with the Clerk of this Court your place YOU MAY HAVE WON Vz .
answer to the Bill of Complaintflled of a full permanent relationship $25.00 ORANGE JUICE BGal. 49
herein against you In the with the! Methodist IN .-
above entitled cause on or before will GROCERIES

June thereof 27,upon 1967, Walter and serve E. a Foster copy conducted The conference May 30-June I F1WN FttmNSYttqYi s" ,NMYn.Y:' b'YNaa1Y'RadN, F.f1YlYl+(SYbK/,1,',,t Dent--AkC'Irf,.(_,,..,,Cpy,,,,, Delmonte (Lt. Meat Chunk)
herein )
Jr. Plaintiffs Cans $ tfOO
whose address is 310 South TUNA 3
Beach Street. Daytona Beach He entered the Methodist
Florida.. Ministry in 1958 as a student Gt. '
\Is hereby
lant SizeJOY I
designated as the newspaperIn pastor after resigning from Box
which this order shall be published the Miami Fire Department. 22 oz.
week for 4 consecutive
once weeks a He graduated from Florida L SAVE'REDEEM YOUR COUPON SizeNo ; 49 e
HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A DEFAULT Southern College in 1962 and
AGAINST YOU FOR SUCH did his graduate work at Duke
FAILURE. Divinity School completinghis Plus lOc redemption! on Kraft 10 oz.
Th nature of thla suit is a bill seminary education in coupon that is in the

for WITNESS divorce. my hand and seal January 1966. Reverend and above mentioned magaAPPLE JELLYKraft 5 Jars $ County
At Bunnell Flakier
and zines.
this 26th day of May Mrs. Taylor :
6f.lda. Cliff, Karen, and Kenny move
GEORGE Clerk,M.Circuit MOODY Court., ed to Bunnell February 1, (Limit (1) box with purchase 10 oz. .

June 1.8.1I-Jl-4tc. 1966. food order.of $)s.oo or more GRAPE JELLY 5 Jars $<*00

CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. Dairy Items Frozen Foods Fresh Produce :,!I

H. CRAIG. Ftunwd Director Kraft (16 Slice) Big Scoop U. S. No. 1 :':

JOHN CAPO, Meno9ec American i Milk, Potatoes, .;

OXYGDCOMDI'T'K Cheese Pkg....... 59Ice Gal................. 5ge 10 Lb. Baff........ 49C
AIR LADY Table Ready Morton's (20 oz.) Fresh Cn.p :!
>NZO I ATTENDANT I EQUIPPED: Solid Ofco, Apple Pie., $400 Lettuce, .

CHAPEL AMBULANCES 2 1 Ib. Pk ........ 37. 3 F..................... }j....... 19*
Pillsbury (Buttermilk) Winter Garden Golden Y.ilow"
Phone ID 7-332 Biscuit< 8travb..rri ss Bwlearw'I'

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We are fortunate that Florida -

was chosen as',the site for

the "City of Tomorrow" as
vlslond by the late Walt Dis

his death bed as Walt

Disney discussed future plans fi afsl.

with his brothr Roy, his active rr l z
: mind*;was filled with plans k-

for his greatest achievement
Disney'World. He had plan.
ned the future well and knew +l 3 K

that his brother and the won-

drful loyal organlezation he :: __
hal"( 'bunt could be depended IiL''

upon to' carry out his plansno 4

matter what happened to,
...... ...._ ,. ,.. ,
him. !IIIIIIImIIr __ -r- '- .l 'I. J. _... ." .. ...

Dis- Flagler Soil and Water Con wala first place winner fort sponsored by the local district.:
World Walt
ney"flast Disney and was dream. servation Jingle Contest Win. the best Jingle and Robin Pel Walton Kinney; Supervisor

*jrwasto' be the greatest ultimate In ners are left Debbie Holdridge, llcer second 'place. ThM :was presented the awardsL'J -

'Ihls'lQni'areer of outstanding 3. L O" third place winner; Paula Ki- the first Jingle Contest to be

successes and he chose Flo.

rida for its development.No 9

man in history ever pro. CLOSE-UPS More' than 400,000 people,
vide'd'rthe' world with much SUBTLE SHAPING-For a ft OO' and'150
as fresh 2O. companies,
approach to spring
clean,'joyous entertainmentas sleeveless suit comes into the its universities' are engaged In

did the lovable dreamer, own. Cotton jacquard is De- they United Stales' spate 'pro, -
: Walt Disney. His cartoons signer Stanley Nelson's choice gram. "
I 'from Micky Mouse on thrilled for this easy-fitting suit with a

and j !'delighted millions of hint of waistline definition and LOTTA pISA AND DATAclentfs
bold button treatment. It's ,
jn D at "
,youngsters rs and oldsters as cool sherbet colors. : $ s estimate thfan"an
well1 the world.
throughout average person can absorb
1 about' 10Q: million"ltems"6*'#information '.
tales to
Hg brought fairy ) \ '
life wfth such feature movies of this fact I suggest that you In A lifetime

as "Snow White, "Cinderella" read "The Living Legacy of
"Alice in Wonderland", Walt Disn y" featured In' the LEGAL. ADVERTISEMENT:

and {:'Peter Pan". His wildlife Jung issue- of Reader's,. Digest. IN TilE COUNTY JUDGK'S
animal films COUItT. Klu4.qi.EIl COUNTY; ,
and were equally ,
It tells an amazing and in. FLORIDA '
outstanding as were his teresting story of the mental I ..roMt No. 841
historical productions such as IN }in: Estate of
activity"of one of the greatestmen Ella Rebecca Dllger
"Danle. ') Boone. America and the world w Deceased
But Disney, despite his fan. has ever known and gives us Here'* the first blcolored impatiens ever to be offered Jo tit* : All Creditor and all
tastic consistentlyfound the highlights of Disney's last gardener. Called A-Go-Go, its pretty flowers are red and white. persona having claims or demands -
successes against said Estate;!
himself with financial dream and its relation to Flo- > YOU, and each of you. are
hereby Notified and required to
rida. Famed California'sDisneyland
problms for no matter how as r present any claims and demandswhich
many millions his productions may be; Disney you, or either of you, may
hare against the Estate of Ella
World in Florida will
produced they could not surpassit Rebecca Dllg-er. sometimes
keep -Up with his amazing to such a degree that, you known' as Rebecca Dllgef,' 'deceased
late of Flagler County,
will find ,It difficult to
vision and dreams of future envision Florida.-to. th*.Honorable Coun-
achievements. and some day your ty eth.rm ler County,
children and children's Florida, ty Courthouse
your '
In Bunnell. Flagler County
Recognizing the merit of children will Join those of the Florida, within six (6)
Disney's last great dream of entire world who come to see J M months from the date of the.
r R first publication of this NoticeEach
Disney World and the ability and enjoy this marvelous p ,AA claim or demand must
of his well built and loyal world of tomorrow. be In writing and must state
the place residence and postoffice -
organization to carry it out ,address of the claimant
the Florida Legislature Disney World will be a and I must be'' sworn to by the
passed said his agent or his
monument to Walt
Disneyand rmoarnh
the necessary legislation' to will inv
Insure Its' development the wonderful organization + according to Law.
he built during his life- Each creditor shall deliver
copies of Ms claim to
Lacking the brain and time is dedicated to makingit : sufficient f .County Judge to mall
imagination of Wald Disney so. His wishes known and one, to. ,each personal representative

it is difficult for ordinary, understood by his closest associates Dated the 6th day of May,

mortals to conceive of sucji an will be carried out Spanish Brocade'isI/ bicolored marigold of golden yellow UI1. (s) Clinton Eugene Lewis
ambitious| project and in view to the letter as a final tributeto each petal tipped in red. Both 'plants should be seen close-up. Clinton Eugene Lewis as
their great chief. ---- Executor t>f the Last Will
It really is necessary to look at these two new flowers close and minis' Testament and 'Ad
the Estateof
NEED ELEVATIONMeo up to see their interesting patterns. Impatiens A-Go-Go Is the Ella: Rebecca Dllger' ,
first blcolor Impatlens' ever offered to''gardeners. While you deceased.
We Make hill people in Laos believe may call this plant impatience' or sultana )'OU'll'find It equally 1x67.First publication on: May 19b,

that if they try to live useful under any name May 11-1I-2II-June I, 1967
Particularly suited to shade boxes or in containers to set
at altitudes below 3,000 feet
Our Own, Paint A-Go-Go will grow in sun also in sunny places. The 2-tnch-
hey will sicken and die 'the and brighten' either type of wide flowers last well when cut
BUY DIRECT-SA National Geographic says situation with its brilliant red for use indoors.
WilY PAY MORE and white flowers. These appear Seeds of Spanish Brocade HASTINGS MATTRESS
TWO SIDED FLAG all summer on foot-high, should be planted 'directly in & UPHOLSTRY WORKS
GALLONSLATEX plants. 1 the garden V inch deep
3 $5'1 Only Paraiuay'puts separ 'The'blossom coloring changes no deeper; as'soon as the soil 710-12 Lemon St.

InteriorExteriorFree ate designs on each side of with the weather becoming has 'warmed Water' well after Palatka, Florida
Its national flag. One side more red than white with sbme planting and keep soil moist Phone EA 5-9166
Choice of Coloring wholly red flowers when the until seedlings are established. Furniture,
Porch Trim & Deck Enamel bars Paraguay's coat of arms weather is hot; showing off Thin plants to stand 12 inches &UpholteringRepaired
i the other carries the designof the two colors in each flower apart when an inch or two Refinished
Gallons $>r 98 when the weather is cool. high. They'll soon fill the Mattresses & Box Springs
2 All Colors its treasury seal the Na Spanish Brocade marigold is spaces between them. Made to Order, Also Renovated
tional Geographic says also bicolored, with petals of Impatlens seeds are 'minute
1) Gallons S I:!69 golden yellow tipped with the and need close contact with Call Laura Morris 437.3233

'41 Outside White TICK RID CAPSULESLet brightest red iri' marigolds. moist' soil to sprout so press After 6:00 P. M.
Each individual bloom variesin them down with the palm of
your the amount of "tipping the hand rather than covering
i R. V. YEOMANS own ticks and fleas. Feed adding interest to a plantingof them. Sow indoors or in a BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED
0778020NATIONWIOn then TICK-HID CAPSULESAsk these delightful flowers. cold frame in April keeping Just as near as your
[ PAINTFACTOIIY about RED FEATHER Compact plants only a loot temperature as'close to 60 Phone or Post Office
3 WAY'WORM CAPSULES high and uniform, make degrees' as possible. Trans.
Drop Us
at 438 So. u. ft. 1 Hand Ave. Spanish Brocade useful for plant '1nchhlthseedl1np to a Card or Call
111; Ormond Death 8 to S>30 ANDERSON low colorful borders. Plants pots and set outdoors a foot Free rick-up & Delivery

f Rexall Drug Store might also be used in window apart in June. '

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Dedicated to dignity service and eeo oIay. Lowest
-' by tea la the entire area on any service of ...
; BAR-PIZZA O. F. ALFORD jwa ...

IBflsViftftMAARail We tevrte your comparteoa. Serving oil faiths.U. .

Qt .n 7:30 a. m. Till ? Closed Monday

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THURS.. JUNE 1. 1967 .

'" .. ". .

An ordinance providing ORDINANCE for the cutting, destroying .IDJ1 Y

and removal of weeds, palmetto, shrubbery, trash and + .i'.Rv ; Y Y
other litter growing, lying or located upon any lots lands ?, xw __
and other premises within the city of Bunnell, Florida < r wer 4
authorizing' the City of BunnelL Florida and its duly authorized 4j.
employees and officers to cut destroy and

remove the same upon failure of the owner to do so after '.'
wdtt n'DOtice4 and charge the costs thereof to the owner .
that such shall constitute ,."'
providing charge ? a lien on sold
property in favor of the City of BunneU,, Florida and re
pealing,\all ordinances or parts oi ordinances in .conflict

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TALLAHASSEE: Sen.. L. X. tooposM d&: and ,water pol- *' .combined terms In* the
Edwards,, JrN ,(L) and Senate1'residentfrle lutioix Control Kill The' two Florida Senate of over 28
sSf L tf. Edwards I
TALL E- visited, his. grandmother, on opt, ,(Rare reteran legislators haft sere Years.
Jr. .,S i.a t e Senator. the east side of Orange Lake shown checking over Edwards
shares mor6 than political at Island Grove, and Edwatds

philosophy with Senate.Presi lived In Irvine oni tfie Westside V dent Veils Pope of St. Augus- of that famous' body of munjty,. friends ,of' mine, fine him to draw us close." tees as A&propnal6ns, 1Et .
folks;!' he comments. "Jut the Together,..thes.two veteran catlom, F Vance nd. at",
tine. water. factor .that really cementedour legislators represent a tenureof Water Co} | ,
Explaining that they are "Presdent.Popej, {. (" mother" close relationship," Edwards more, than a score; ;..9f.years Governmental at1oP..nol
Edwards .adds, "was,oilr shared in the upper chamber duringa and many,.
friends, the" two was a Carleton, re- ?
longtime...t .. mutual. friendship with, the time when Florida's: .growthin Their eont
conservative r? niccrat leaderspoint lates, "and her moths was a late John. -W,.,.tt1nt.former all areas' has been spec stability g&ws out of th lr
out thai! theli assocfatloh Castles. He's got a lot of cousins Governor of Florida, whose In tacular. During this time they basic belief in the' pay-as-
still in C m.1. terest !iU$ both have served such commit. systjm.: .
back to when Pope who live my Impelled on you go .
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Thursday, June 1 ,.
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.r < EVENING, JUNE 2, 1967, 8 P. M.iI '
8:00 P. M. : "1.Iit. .
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,. :4 Buririell-High l Sj h l ;:yl)'i'oG --'- ; ; ; ; Eigkt'b'clock l A., Af.'and, 'E ghi'O'clock P;.M:* \;"'1' .

Processional* Senior Class : .'.,,, .. .!.i CAREER AUDITORIUM ,

Rev. Robert A. Stuart : W. CARVER iutHi
Invocation .
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McDaniel '
Arthur ,. .. ,
Welcome ''ti \, .
Senior Class President '. I.-I. ) :, :'f ... 1'. : Mr. L., : A. Hunter; ? Principal
Band '
Bunnell High School : "
Special :Music -' ,
,.Mr.. Addison Webber, DirectorIntroduction Prelude Mr. C. S. I elton
of Speaker ,' Mn Kenneth D. Herring Processional "War March of the p'ests"
Principal ,Bunnell High School
Address Dr. Zelda B. Smith Song: "Onward. Christian Soldi r" Au ience

Presentation Commencement of Awards "Mr. Kenneth D. Herring Scripture: ;f. ''. Rev. J. Mi chell

Presentation of Diplomas Mr. Coy G. Harris Invocation ':," ,J Rev. M. B. BAuc 'tton '

SuperintendentAudience Chant "HejarOuj: ;; Prayer,'0 Lord" ience

The Alma Mater Selection. Go Evn Moses I Carver High School C onus
Robert A. Stuart
Rev. -
Benediction Senior Class Address by Valedictorian of ,class Miss Peggy Ann ones
Recessional (Audience Introduction of Speaker Mrs. Beadie Bdasden

ALMA MATERIn Address ,,.. Mrs. LaRosa II. $mith
our memory and ever Selection Carver High Schocl Band
Hail, thee, dear ole High. \ ..
Friendship, honor, love and praises J Presentation of Class of ld67 Mrs. S. II. Edwards

Raise her colors high. ( Awarding of Diplomas 1 Supt. Coy G. Harris W

Hail, all hail, our Alma Mater, Acceptance of Diplomas ,. ,: : Miss LorraineWiley
Dear ole Bunnell High. Presentation, of Adult; Education"' i laa Mr. T. Br land,
all hail, our Alma Mater., ;'
Awarding of Diplomas 'tSup,, Coy G. lams
Laud her to the sky. *
I Acceptance of DiplomasAcknowledgement I' Mrs. WjllfS Mae MCallMfas

._ USHERSCarla Linda Townsend. \ of visitors /t'. 'i' ', M. A. Youngftfe

JoAnne Wilson Carla Tucker Remarks and Announcements .. "'

Sue Broadaway a' Benediction \ \ tw f. MI ,hell
Recessional Circum4, HIGH SCHOOL
((Audience Remalh Seated) ;, ;:
Postlude ,. ......
College Preparatory General Curriculum 4r" .

Curriculum Emery Kathryn Lynn: ."'J I ... :% : .CANDIDATES: FOR-. GRADUATION. .,. '\f J
John Dale Fryman. Carol Lout ,.: .: 't .:1.', .
Abbott, Edna Christine Catherine Brineon Jtlwray Johnldfi : -. 1 i"j
Green, .
League ,
Bourn Susanne Victor Allen Fmrieina GiddeiM Carolyn Jones.Jaaiiag : :
Clay, Dennis; Taylor Henry Hall, Marvin Wayne ': Giddejifi+ Francena Jo.. tamrjey ', ', : .. Cf

Cody, ftfcnard Danfd Johnston+ John Bagwell Golphln: Pe* y Ann. Jolt .t h v ,J.. .; ;,
Cowart, Walton. Victor Jack Alan .Albert I Johnson Aaron McKinnea .
Deen, Delore Regina LingoIJ Patricia Eileen ,4
Hein, Viki Franctaca Michelle Ann Pache, Barbara Jean ':. ADUfJr.Jm>,UC TIONI GRADUAL: ; : ,o,::. .:: '
Hugas, Price, Diana Sue Herbert. 'inj
Xr. Blackshear
McDaniel, Arthur Harrison Rebecca Darnel ':1 ; :, >;
Robertson, "
Miller, Johnnie Ruth Rogers, Rawleigh Hugh LilUe M. Dixon Alma J. JohnwriGl : ...
Skolar, Linda Jean Scott, Sandra Kay J>udI wKae.J C... ... ( .. ,
Seale, Janice Elizabeth : I' iIMr t C. lfef1II .. :. .. '; ,f I

Sindelar, Michael Ctoie* .rA. m.w..._ : ,WIt..,.. } '.
Sparkman, Thomas Jackson H ii-" t \

Stanish, Catherine tzTWaulh ,. Mr.T/Klimd 1..: *\\i:
Carol Jean : / :

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Zimmerle, Phillip McMahan Salutatorkm '. ':'

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Eighteen members of. the The marriage of Miss Shir- PLANNEDMr.
Friendly Circle of the Bunnell lene Carter and: Harry Kules- The following Is a poem By Leslie Pache
kl, Jr., will be solemnizedJune which I have written and I
center field.
Methodist Church Jimmy Hargett,
enjoyed a
am sure all the, Seniors will
17 at 8 p.m in the First
for Methodist Church
"Come As You Are Party" Saturday Baptist Church of Palatka. go along with me in thankIng er
team is setting a City Softball
at the homeof our parents, teachers,
Miss Carter is the daughterof Record. As of last Friday,
Mrs. Seale 507 N. friends and relatives: for making
Jeffery Mr. and Mrs. Raybon Car Jimmy had 11 straight hits
Moore StCohostesses ter, Palatka and Mr. Kuleskl tonight possible. and a batting average of 857.
for the affair is the son of Mr. and Mrs. "Years Ended" He had 12 hits out: of 14 timesat
were Mrs. Danny Johnston Harry Kuleskl, Flagler Beach. e Here we are the graduatingclass bat.
and Mrs. Robert Walters. Following the ceremony
Guests were required to there will be a reception In ; The Bunnell Auto Supply
we are proud to say with
wear the Identical apparel (the church social hall. ''have finally passed. "Big Henry" making
they were wearing at the No invitations are being We have struggled together changes in his lineup, gave
the church team
time the Invitation was ex sent, but all relatives and a scare
through the past 12 years;
beat them 119.
tended. Attire modeled Included friends are Invited to attend We've become the greatest of
nightdress, robes and a the wedding and reception. friends through sadness The Bunnell Methodist

s bathing suit. The hostesses e'. 4 and through cheers. Church team scored 17 runs In

.,served tempting danish pas. BRIDGE CLUBENTERTAUfED We have memories that will Tuesday nights game, settinga
tries and coffee. linger on; record for runs, and winning

Mrs. Keene Gurnee enter. Of Bunnell High once we are 277. The win for the church
ATTEND EXPOSITIONDave team put them ahead in the
tamed the Finesse Bridge gone.
Perryman, Johnny Our old friends we will leave league. Jimmy Hargett ran
Club Tuesday evening at her his hitting streak to 13
Lynn, Ferris Solomon, Bill behind;
Fryman, Lew Wadsworth, home, 324 Palm Circle, Flag. But new friends we will seek straight hilts before he was

Buddy Wadsworth, Richard ler Beach. and Mrs. Arthur Wilson to find. stopped. .
Yelvington and Lewis Wads- High scorer for the eveningwas of Flaglen Beach, announcethe Our future Is now what we Dewayne Metts hit a home
worth of Bunnell, and Lee Mrs. Rosely Cameron. engagement and approaching look forward/ ; run and so did Buddy Taylor

Powers of Orange City, were Second high was Mrs, Alice marriage of ithelr As we (take another big step Mack Yelvington hit one out
in New Orleans 19.21 to Johnston. to the center field, to take the
May daughter, Nancy, ,to Tom 1. In life toward what we'll
attend a Southern Pines Association The group will meet next Walker of Mrs. Thelma do. lead with 5.
Exposition and Ma week at the home of Mrs. Dale 1... Walker of Alabama.* Tonight of graduation you The first half of play for the ,

chinery Show. Brown, 601 N. Moore St. A June wedding, is plan. see us in our caps and league will end June 7.

IDled gowns;
Miss Wilson who attended As we represent the future
Bunnell High School and Daytona citizens of this little town. LEAGUE TO BE FORMED

Beach Junior College, Is Through our happiness. and Leslie Pache recreation) director
11CERTIFICATES student nurse at the Orange our tears; is attempting to organ.
50 I Memorial Hospital in Orlan We will never' forget all of ize a Softball league for high

10 you throughout the years. school boys.
I do.Her fiance Is an engineer So we the Seniors, would like There will be a meeting
J employed with Babcock and to say; Monday, June 5 at 6:45 p. m.
VOLUSIA MINIMUM $3.000-90: DAYS Wilcox, Atlanta, Ga. We thank our parents and at Bulldog stadium. All boysin
NATIONAL COUNTY RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY teachers each day. grades 8 thru 12 are eligi

HOME ON LEAVESA For being so ,thoughtful, un ''ble,to participate.
BANK A four team league will be
derstanding, and dear;
Allison U.S.
Ph. 677-8217 175 W Granada Raymond ,
,For quldlng us through these formed if enough interest is
Navy, Charleston, S.C., spent
Ormond Beach Florida past 12 years. shown, and trophies will be
the Memorial Day weekend
We also extend our thanks to awarded. (the end of the sea.
here with his mother, Mrs.
1JII1)1ITIII1111IIII1II1I1I111II1I11I1I1II11II!!!!!!!!!! ) 11I1I1I1I1II1I 1I1I1I1I 1I1111111 1I IIIIII!llIl"h: HeSter'Allison, Cherry Street."YeaL who our have friends played and a relatives part; son.
So we thank "all of you" ATTEND BAPTIST.

from ithe "bottom of our CONVENTION

hearts"! Those from Bunnell attend.

.-:- '---r-- .. _.. __ _. .. Senior ing the Southern Baptist Con
I.'I' I. Catherine Stanish vention in Miami this week

are Mrs. Margaret Clegg, Mrs.

"; I :" I _. ..-.. -.,._"'--. ::: I\ FLAGLER WOMANS Alma Clegg Mrs.Sheffield Edna, Kendall Mrs. Odell and

: j I, : Great Invention' 1./ CLUB HAS MEETINGMrs. Mrs. Sadie Strickland.

1.I H. G. Heydt newly
elected president of the

': ii But wait till ler Womans Club, called Flag a HOME ON LEAVE I
some geniustMsuplleverseCyclew A3c Joseph N. Bruce, US AirForce
I meeting for board and committee is spending a .

members Wednesday, day leave with his par.
r f t! !" May 24.Plans. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe T.

\ ." ;. :.1 were discussed for the Bruce, Flagler Beach. Mr. and
I 'i", i Mrs. Bruce drove to Biloxi,
Miss Fiftieth Anniversary Miss last week and Nathan

:\\J"'I' .. '. beauty contest the club will accompanied them home.

1 11 I sponsor July 4th. Nathan will report to Shaw

..bell. Mrs. Heydt announced the Air Force Base, Columbia, S.
.' C. on June 14 to complete histraining'
.4 business meetings during the
J '.. .
as a ground radio op
;); ;) summer months will be at
9:30 a.m. the second Wednesday erator.
'"i>',! of each monlth at the:

I"" clubhouse, 1524 S. Central COOKOUT: PLANNEDBY
itb,I ;
l Ave.The The men of First Baptist
Spring Workshopfor
;ta Church Bunnell have
District 6 will be held in
;1' "I Titusville, June 7. Members a "bring your own

/ .' planning to attend are Mrs. steak" cookout for 7 p. m.
Monday, June 5 at the church.
., .' Heydt, Mrs. Jasper White, Mrs.
This will be the third meetingof
Frank Brede, Mrs. Harry
the Men's of the
: Fellowship
Treadwell, Mrs. Fred Marks,
church. Invitations have been
Mrs. Myrtle Streeter and Mrs.R. .
sent to all men in ithe church
K. Hirst.
family with the suggestionthat

r:' CLASSIFIED AD they invite someone to
be their guest at the affair.
1964 Travel Trailer. $575.00 for

quick sale! Flagler Beach THANK YOU NOTE
Trailer Park. Itc
We wish to thank everyone
for the many thoughtful

\ MINOR kindnesses that were bestow.
r AUTO REPAIR SHOP ed upon us in the passing of

I Rust Treating and Painting our wonderful mother, Mrs.
\ \ Tune Up-Brake Service Irene Deans.

\YSomebod Any Minor Repair, Any Makeof Mrs.Mike- Steflik

...... ... ... "-- Car Mrs. Sally Gilreath
4 fas.Electric Reverse-Cycle air con- people relax, eat, steep and feel better.And BULLARD'S AUTO SERVICEAt Mrs. H. J. Engel

ditlonlng Is the 20th century's safest,cleanest, the heating feature costs so little extra It's Intercoastal Bridge Mrs. Dorothy SchwarzbeckMrs.

Cheapest way to cool (and heal) a Florida olmostlike.geit ng a house-heatirFree. Flagler Beach Earl D. Waldin, Jr.
Phone Day or Nlte 439.2196 Mrs. V. L. Holmes
home.It's(flamefess smoke soot t fumes
-no ,or
Wouldn't like
you to move Into All Work Guaranteed Dr. William Deans
-a clean break with the past. One small, the 20th century along with the

compact unit gives you perfect Indoor weather million happy.Florldians now
ever/day.You (ust twist a dial.
enjoying Reverse-Cycle air BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENSFREE

Furthermore, It filters out dirt, freshens the conditioning See your electricair

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