The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: August 17, 1967
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00396
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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started Mon VOL. 55 NO. 33 THURSDAY, AUGUST 17 1967 S3-50 A YEAR Commission accepted ithe resignation

of Charles
day on the new Flakier Coun
ty Abstract Company buildingon AN EDITORIAL REGISTRATIONSET night Attorney meeting, at their and appointedthe Thursday
Moody Blvd east of the
AT BUNNELL law firm of
Osstnsky and
Citizens Bank. The modem _DECISION TIME COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Krol as the citys
e.stot'y..structure will con HIGH, SCHOOL
tain 2100 square teet.of floor AVIATION ENTHUSIAS'cl in Flagler County seem'to have won' The commissioners adopted' <
Registration for all nest stu
with County Commissioners for the time being.It .
space and will be occupied by a $203,776.00 budget for 1967-
three local businesses.One Is the opinion of the Tribune/that as an airport of present dents grades Kindergarten 68.
or future Importance the Bunnell Airport Is of little or no sig thru Twelve will be Thursday,
section of the
: newbuilding August 17 and Friday, August
nificance. As an industrial site for now or in* the future its value Awarded the bid of $2,05750
will be occupied by 18, 9:00: a. m. until 3:00 p. m. to B. it H. Sales for materials
Flagler County Abstract Company cannot be determined either. at Bunnell High School, according to extend the water mains on
and Flagler County Insurance This much should be obvious to all with competition (to principal Kenneth North Tenth Street
Agency. The two other for Industry in Florida as fierce as it is and with many aban Herring.The .

units will be occupied by doned airports being used to entice industry, unless runways: registration is only for Bids were received for materials

Leand B. Shaw, Attorney and are closed at the local airport, making it possible to offer industry students who have not enrolled for paving 1.3 miles
Fred A. Fruits, Jeweler The use of the runways as improved roads to their buildings at Bunnel High School of N. Central Ave. in the
attractive offices will have individual there is very little to offer. for the 1867.68 school term. Goldcoast and Sunrise sub

air-conditioning, and At neighboring DeLand numerous small Industries have Parents of students registering divisions. The bid was award

off.street. parking for fifteen, located and built and are using airstrips end taxi strips as for Kindergarten are re ed Co.to Lehigh Portland Cement

cars. approaches to their buildings. This is a valuable inducement minded Birth Certificates are

The modern structure was which is apparently being overlooked locally. required. The commissioners passeda
designed architects, Craig Orientation for resolution
by stu
If no runways are closed buildings cannot be built less than new determining
and Snead. Robert L. Danner dents, grades 7 thru 12, will be North Flagler Ave. and the ac
350 to 750 feet from existing runways and would force
is the contractor.The any held Thursday August 24, cess street parallel to Moody
Industry to build hard surface roads
,building L$ scheduled to that distance as well as 9:30: a. m., In the Bunnell High Blvd. had been paved and the
'be completed about: January 1. ,parking areas for employes. This added expense could be the School cafeteria. assessments had been posted.A .
difference between Flagler County and another county or city School activities' will be public hearing !to determine

XXX getting consideration for location of an industry.The outlined for .the new students if adjustments are In order

Several streets in Bunnell attitude of the Board of Commissioners seems to be and they will meet the teach" is conducted twenty days

have been topped with a soil. "get the industry, then we will do something." Can you visualizea ers and presidents of !the,various after the assessments have

cement base as. part of the potential industry considering our facilities when so many school clubs and organ. been posted.

city's 1967 paving program. nearby Areas have so much more !to offer.It izations. Flagler Beach landownerswith ,I
The county is assisting the appears to us that we are desperately in need of leader. A tour of the school build. property abutting or ad

city with',the work by providing ship on the Board of Commissioners and a much better under. ings will be conducted by stu jacent to the paved streets are
part of the labor and standing of the situation by its members. I dent council president, Jo Ann assessed ninety-one and one-

equipment.At The Tribune's stanr is: as an airport the local installation Wilson and student council half cents per foot.
a special meeting of the sponsor Mr. Hilton Beasley.
has had no past, no and little
Bunnell City Commission present very future. As an In. One taxpayer appeared before .
Tuesday morning (continued dustrial site, If properly prepared and intelligently, presented it. the meeting during the

from Monday night), the commissioners has a bright future when all its good points are. considered.:. tax equalization meeting requesting
awarded the bid Location is excellent; Flagle/ Beach water is nearby and Magnetic CheckNumbrMust'Be' .' r a reduction Two

for modifying the city's No. '; vcould be made..available at nominal expense. The network of : { *, written complaints were also
3 well' to Southern Drillers, roads through the county make tt desirable so far as access Is *> filed with the commission, but
Jacksonville; for $1,100.XXX concerned. ; not;action was taken.

If.local citizens are satisfied to watch Flagler County lose Vdted to write a letter to the

... population and influence, the present attitude_ of Ihe Board of .ed.S pt','. 1 1st Mate j Road Department requestinglI1ghW8y100 -
Another new addition tomeBunne11'areala Commissioners 'shoutcI ScpeptaBjer .. -
e *tyf'Witr'' -.or' **35v! be four.
b?Dr. John M. Cariakaris. The with employment for present, citizens and more In the future, that as of September
site has been cleared for a the airport project appears to this newspaper as a logical place 1, 1967> It will no lorger han PEACE CORPS TO
hew !Itwo-story sixteen unit to start. dIe checks and other negotiable I I
apartment building on Howe Please instruments which do not TEST ON AUG. .19
"" members of the board of
Street. pro.
bear the paying bank's routing
crastlnate for another five years, do something and Flagler County area residents .
The new units will be ad make a symbol-transit number in
jacent to the Bunnell Apart. decision on future use of the Bunnell. airport acreage. magnetic ink. interested in serving .
with the Peace Corps in developing \
menu, 'also owned by Dr. -- -
These magnetic numbers nations are Invited .
Canakaris.The .
structure will 'be mod. TOWNS RECEIVE FLAGLER BEACH enable Federal Reserve Bank to take !the Peace Corps Placement i
and commercial banks to process Test at 1:30 p. m. on i
em in design with an attrac CIGARETTE TAX LIBRARY NEWS
nation's tremendousand Saturday 19 Main
tive decor Including wall to our August at I
wall carpeting. All of the Don Meiklejohn, Director of Books recently acquired by increasing volume of Post Office, Daytona Beach. '
the State Beverage Department checks with high speed, check
the _
apartments'will have two bed Library are: Fiction
The test
measures, general
reports that for the collecting equipment. This
rooms and a few will have "All the Little
Live Things"by aptitude and to learna
Florida month of June 1967, net cigarette rapid automatic processing ability
rooms. tax collections amount. Wallace Stegner. An exciting not only enables the banking foreign language, not edu

XXX ed to $4,293,613.16. Of this study of conflict ,between system.to render better service cation or achievement It Is
amount $809,104.57 will go ,to adults and teenagers but also hold down the cost given determine where and
There will be a meeting of the State General Fund and of checking accounts ,to the how an applicant will be happiest
the Board of ,County Commis, the remaining $3,48450859 Saturday the Rabbi Went ,banking public. and best utilized over
sloners (to hear complaints on will be distributed to the Hungry" ,by Marry Kernel- FBA James G. Richardson, seas. The test requires no
tax assessments for the ,year:! qualified municipalities. mans. The Rabbi joins the President Commercial Bank preparation and is noncompetitive

1967, 'Friday, September 1 aT ranks of Nero Wolfe Miss & Trust Company of Ocala, ; an applicant can
9:00: a. m. In Flagler County amountsto Marple, Lor4 Peter Whimsey commented in Ocala today: neither pass nor fail. The test
be distributed are: Bunnell,I et al. takes
XXX .,"At present, 98% of all checks approximately one hour
$2,392.82; Flagler Beach, $1,-
and a half.Persons .
Leland Shaw, Lake Diston, 162.71; Marineland,' $117.02; "Airs Above the Ground" by processed through: Federal Reserve interested in .
reports ,feedings from his rain Beverly Beach, $123.59; Paint- Mary Stewart. Mystery writ. 'Banks have these magnetic with the Peace servIng
gauge showed approximatelyfour era Hill $7.41. ten in fine English prose. numbers on them. Sucli Corps must
inches of rain fell in the cooperation on the part of individuals fill out ail application, if they
area from Saturday afternoon History in the Past and companies and have not already done so,.and
until Sunday noom Checking TAX COLLECTIONS Present: 'The Chinese Look. others Is sincerely appreciated ,"k present' It to the tester before ..
with the Wadsworth Tower INCREASE IN JULY ing-Glass" by Dennis Blood. by the banking industry. .tfi? tget. Application forms
their records indicate 3.63 inches worth. We have learned a Charles Creal, President of> are fell Friday thru Monday. Gasoline and Sales Tax collections little about Russia. Now It's the Citizens Bank of Bunnell office or from the Peace fi
in Flagler County China. This book is wonderful. in
The hardest downpour occurr stated the new process will Corps Washington p. C.
show an Increasefor the Let's put it that way. ... i .:
ed Friday when 2 indies fell particularly have 'am effect on
month of July.Gasoline .
In a short period of time.", 'The Green Berets" by Rob. local residents accepting
tax collections for in Moore. There's good reasonIt checks from out of town FOOTBALL V\
HOSPITAL NOTES July totaled $2052554\ :for is so popular. And you'be- banks, and they should make PRACTICE ,

s ADMITTED: Jay Rodgers, 293,222 gallons sold. This gin to understand a little certain all checks bear the

Carolyn Buckner, Frank amount is $3563.42 above lastmonth's about Vietnam. magnetic number. STARTED .
collections. The July After September 1, however,
Bloom, Gladys Whipper, JuliaLovelace 1967 collections were $4,02953 Submitted by Dorothy Horn- Bunnell High School footballers i
checks not 'bearing those "fun
Mary Broadaway, ess than the July, 1966 totals. ans, !the Librarian of the started preparing for i
George Klelb, and Frances Ed. Flagler Beach Public Library. ny looking numbers" on the the corning season wheel they'
monson, Bunnell; Albert Bat- Sales Tax eotfatftoo In the low.left.Mnd margin could attended the 'first drill TIMB-
tn and Leokadda Zysk, Flag. county showed .B >IBCIJUHJw result In a delay to proocflatog cRy call d 1 by Coach Jack Hall

ler Beach; Arthur Summon' My. The Jotejlit...* LEAVE and a peMble collection Itorty boys Jndudteff ten el
Holly Hill; Sophia Afeta .O MpR0n0 MIb wM 4K1BBW D VIMW..TV. Of4&PN charge for seal handling- last yesn squad in.nib n

Cheater Paitaer, OnnondB the 'amount collected m Juae. Airman and law. Johnny turned out for fie pre-seaaon

a*; Tiny fern, JMfceou-\ Total collection for July were Metts and eon Dawey arrived MEETINGFRIDAY eMlon.
villa $18,297.38. Saturday from Ibpekm. Ka.- CAP The Bulldogs will be work-

as for a visit with fate patnt 7s317iaglsr ling without pads until next
DISCHARGED> : Kathy Gvtk- BAKE SALE SATURDAY Mfc and .... Carlton Wednesday Hall said. Twtat-
tie, Richard Flaherty, IIIIIert 'hltr Janata Johnny 1&... Sept. Owndr aril Air Pa. dally workout are scheduled
Lw Glddens, :Mike Barber, will be a Bate Sato 5 >tar South Carolina for temporary tNt Unit wltt .f. an orfaai* tor the player until tWr-
Ann Fuller, Arthur Summers, Saturday morning at ':00 to duty. He expects to zttfoMU nttcttaf IMdaqr, An* opening game with Creaoent
Roeemaiy Walker, Marie front of the Bunndl Poet Of. leave for Vietnam In October uat 18 at 7:30: p. m. In the City, Sept. 15. Practice sessions

Baldish, Wayne Snedden, flee, Moody Blvd. Mrs. Metts will stay with the commissioners room aC the are 8.10 a.m. and 6-8 p.m.
Clay Swain, Steve Underwood, The sale is sponsored by the Johnston while her hueband courthoupe. Monday thru Friday. .
George Kialb, Charles wendS Lifellnen, a youth group of is overseas with the US Air AU Interested persons are Players will take their physicals
landt, Minnie Edwards. the ,Penecostal Church Force.Jm invited to attend. Aug. 24.

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THURS.. AUGUST 17 1967
star l1i lag ltr ibrtbunrtNCORPORATJDD

Western Select

Editor LEN and WILSON Publisher Beef Liver

News Editor charge

LOST-Will the Ib. 49*

Designated newspaper for all found ladys .
Legal Advertlslag on Hula Hut south
Beach Pier last .
call \ .,.
ning, please 0. "
Entered a. second Mass matter H. C. Heydt.
February ,<, 191, at the poit-
office at Bunnell, Florida under BACK TO
Act of March I. 187(. i $
COMPTON'S lb. $1

lee Per Copy For the home : ,k'

One Year __ They give your
educational S '
Six Montfca $2.00Outcld ,
them do better

N*.00 FUft-ler Per Year. County this which prepares competitive we them live.for :: 1k 98

Marvin II. Parker. .

TUB SEVENTH JUDICIAL landscaped. Small
LKH COUNTY, FLORIDA. secluded, off Old
CHANCERY NO. 6335 Road, 2900. Joe '
ANNA DELLAQUILLA" Aug. 17, Ib. 98'
Plaintiff, _


Defendants. nette table and' ..,\
: Delaware Valley Financial tric refrigerators; Lean Western "BOSTON BUTT"
Corporation room-three pieces;
Suite 777 S100 Third Avenue room complete; PORK ROAST
New York, New York 10017 tied gas stove,
You are hereby notified that a,
Complaint to foreclose a certain ,lajn. Address 1723 lb.
mortgage on the following described .!\Je., Flagler Sge
property, to-wit i
Lots 1 and 12, Block 168 In I
the Town of Bunnell, Florida SEPTIC TANK ;
on file In the office of .r..;. fields?" Installed;
the Circuit Court in Map Avg.) CUT TO ORDER
Book 1, page 2 Deed Book snail shell
37, page 289, Flagler County Call George
Florida Together with,
the furniture, furnishing,
fixtures and Improvements r

contained therein, FLAGLER lb. 29
has been filed against you and .
other defendants and that you 50 ft. Ocean front
are required to serve a copy of
Beach $ ,
Flagler ,
your Answer or pleadings to the
Complaint on plaintiff's attorney on Central Ave., $ ;
Donald R.; Corbett. P. O. Ave.
Box ZS8J. 205 N. Rosalind, Orlando on Daytona $
Florida, and file the orig ker & Wilson Inc.,
anal Answer or pleadings In the Auctioneers I $ ,
office Court of on the or Clerk before of the the 28th Circuit day Bunnell. Phone ; TAILS 4 lbs...... .& I
of August 1987. If you fall to do PLOaIDA'I'
so. Judgement by default will betaken
against you for the relief SINGER
demanded in the Complaint. CONSOLE
This notice shall be publishedonce
each week for four consecutive Sewing machine MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
weeks In Flagler Tribune.
DONE AND ORDERED at blind stitches
Bunnell, Florida this 21st day decorates, etc.
of July, 1967.
GEORGE M. MOODY, $300. Has a
Clerk, Circuit Court, Flag reliable party in
ler County, Florida 1
By: Janice Murray, assume $2. weekly 1 470
Deputy Clerk. Phone COLLECT Tin
July 27-4tc.
I 3531946. Ask for
r LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT aker. Will deliver, Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food. order

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;, Notice Is hereby given that the $100 WEEKLY -
Board of County Commissioners COME MEN OR
f of Flagler County will meet with
1; the County Tax Assessor at the Five day work
County Commissioners' .corn In
l' the courthouse, Bunnell, 1 at the hour of 9.00 a. m. on Fri working day ORANGE JUICE
,".,."':' day purpose, September of hearing 1. 1967 complaints, for the teed Watkins
! and receiving testimony as to plete line

i., or the personal value of, as any fixed property by the County real- ics, Medicines, Vz Gal.
Assessor of Taxes, and for the Animal Health. No BottleFROZEN 49
I, purpose of perfecting, reviewingand I necessary. Write
equalising the assessments,
'/ the value of which shall have ress, P. O. Box No.
been fixed by the County Assessor Park, Georgia.
of Taxes, or changed by him.
1' DATED Aug. 3,
: Florida
\:;, this X967 11th day of August A. D. FOODS _

OF FLAGLER ular $49.95, now
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Rev. and Mrs. Lamar Lin- s ,r

Happy birthday this week to: and Mrs. Kenneth Her have announced the engagement .
of their daughter, Stella
Today-Col, Gordon Gary, ring Invited a group of friends
Faye, to Airman Third Class
Esther Heydt Ida L. White. and their families to a cookout
Sunday afternoon at their Henry C. Givens, Jr., son of
.' Saturday-Malcolm John- Mr. 'and Mrs. Henry C. Givens, 1ooO" IIoIM'" --
Palmetto Ave. Enjoyingthe
Robert Will Gresham home
'I" Sr., Green Cove Springs, Flor return.ed .
II, Jane Stryker, Robert outdoor affair with the Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Read, Mrs. Clyde Duensing
W. ,Traver, Jr. hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon ,ida.Born Cocoa Beach, spent the week- t.o' her home at Flagler'
in St. Augustine Miss
Buckles and children Monday from a
t b.\Sunday-Patrick Mr. Beach
: Martin, end visiting his parents
Lingold moved here In 1960
t.George Wickline. Kathy West, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Robrt Read, 2036 S. vacation In Washington, Lexington
'" George Clegg and children, and attended Bunnell High and Athens, Ga. where
Monday Zamba, Nor. Central Ave., Flagler
1 tfma! Baggett, J. E. "June" Deen, Mr and Mrs. Jack Hall and School. 4 she visited with relatives.Mrs. .
** family, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Airman Givens was graduated 't E. V. Taylor, I
Dwayne Wigle, Wm. Moore. Mr. and Mrs.
'Tuesday-Robert Danner, Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie from Clay High School in longtime residents of Flagler Hazel Smith, Mrs.
Black, ,Marie Will Tucker and family, Mr. and 1965. lie was firm employed by an Beach, moved'to Melbourne Kathryn Andrew and Mrs.
insurance in Jacksonvilleuntil
'- lama Mrs. Jeff Seale and daughter, Saturday where they will re- Magratha Owens left Tuesdayfor
Wednesday-Minnie Dun. Janice Seale and Rev. and his enlistment in the US side. their home in Graham, N.
i" Air Force In 1967. He is
Mrs. Oliver and child. now week's visit with
can, Franklin Buchanan. Taylor C. after a
stationed at McDill AFB, Tampa
rat, rn. Florida. Miss Kathy Fauntleroy, Sil Mrs. Smith's mother, Mr. and
FINESSE BRIDGE ver Springs Md. is visiting Mrs. John C. Rice, ArtesIa'
CLUB WINNERS CANDY CHRISTINE ,COLE i'',: The wedding is planned for here with her aunt and uncle, Park, North Hwy. A-l-A.
2:30 p. m. November 25 at the
Sgt. and Mrs. Terry yColet Pentecostal Holiness Church of Mr.. and Mrs. Joe Maszk. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walters
'ttf, Mrs. Alice Johnston was Aberdeen, Md announce the Bunnell. Friends of the coupleare
Mike Tidwell Flagler Beach, have as thel.houseguest her '
when ,
high scorer the Finesse birth of a daughter born Aug. invited.
Great Lakes mother, Mrs., A. J. Neeland,
Club is stationed at
Bridge met Tuesday eve ust 9 at Kirk Army Hospital.She .
ning at the home of Mrs. J. O. weighed six pounds, 4-HER'S ENJOY' Training Station, Illinois with Titonka, Iowa.
Craig, Orange Ave. for their eleven, ounces at birth and CAMP SESSION the US Navy, where he is in'basic
Susan and Gail Wadsworth,
weekly session. Mrs. Helen was named Candy Christine training.
Jordan was second high. Cole. 4-H Club members returned students at Florida. State Un
Mrs. Craig served refreshments Maternal x grandparents are home Friday from Camp Cher. M*. and Mrs. L. H. McMill- iversity, arrived home Friday
to Mrs. Johnston, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Gardel!, ry Lak after a fun-filled weekof an were among ,the thirty-one for a visit with their parents,
Jordan, Mrs. M. B. McDaniel, Flagler Beach, Mr. and Mrs. R. camping activities. Nine. members of the Dusenbury Judge and Mrs. W. L. Wads-
Mrs. Dale Brown, Mrs. Rosely L. Cole, (former residents), of teen local 4-Hers attended the family attending a reunion worth.. The Wadsworths and
Cameron, Mrs. Keene Gurnee Holly Hill S .C are the paternal Aug. 7.11 session. Saturday at the home of Mrs. their daughter, Mena, return-
and Mrs. W. L. Wadsworth. Selected as Cabin Leaders Dorothy Dusenbry In 'Lake ed home Friday from a tripto
grandparnts.NOTICE were Melanie Cody, Mike Zlm- Helen. They visited In\,,' Nep Montreal ito see Expo 67.
merle and James Robertson. tune Beach Sunday with
Ray Smith, Melanie Cody and former Bunnellltes, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Cockrellleft
James Rbertson served as Jun. Mrs; Jimmy KnightMr. Friday for Eutaw, Alabama
1 for Leaders in Leathercraft. for a: visit with relatives.

The 1967 City Tax Roll is now completedand and Mrs. H. W. Gore, They ,plan ito stop in Atlanta,
LEAVE FOR COLLEGE formerly of Montgomery for a weekend visit with their
is open for public inspection in the City Va., have moved into their son-dn-law and daughter,

'. Clerk's Office at the City Hall. The. 1967 Tax Rollis Jack Knight, son of Mr. and home, 110 Main St, Bunnell, Moses and Joan Atkinson.Mr .
Mrs. C. H. Knight, and Marvin where they will reside.
\ on 100% valuation. Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Ralpr Duke,

f ., Myrl Henry, leave Friday for Pearl Blakely left Friday via Chattanooga, Tenn. arrived
;.'q Nancy. C. Rodgers.. Lpke City where they will attend plane for Crossville. Tenn. Monday for several days visit
1><'\\1 City Clerk Lake City Junior College where she Joined her husbandLee with Mr. and Mrs. C. H,

:. ,,' 1 .'S City of Bunnell and Forestry School. Both who has been visiting Knight, Bimini.
.. : ,, boys are 1967 Bunnell High there several, weeks.They planto
School graduates.DISCOVER .,
; -- return home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cow-
...' ,."'}r ": -:' ) I art and children spent the

'r. ,$/rf.".; ,.',"\.., Recent guests of Mr. and weekend at Flagler Beach.,
: l& '. .. Mrs. Jerry Davis, Flaglen Joining them for the weekend
"1.f oJ Beach were Mabel Crouch and were Mrs. Joann Crews and
I ." sns, Pete and Kenneth of children.
.. : Statesville, N. c., and Yoeman
\( 2C and Mrs. Thomas Crouchof Mrs. Don Alford and sons of

,f, >' ..; .. ChArleston, S. C. Jacksonville are visiting here
'(..; \ I"'i. ait! the home of Mr. and Mrs.O. .
!'# i Bob and Evelyn Cook's F. Alford. Mrs. Alford Js 'h'

.;r t tt" daughters, Janet and Mary, surgical patient at Bunnell
J.. rrturned home last Wednes General Hospital.
: day after two weeks vast in
Boca Raton with Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Brede and

Harry Gignac. Their son John, sons of Pittsburgh, Pat left
returned home Sunday from Saturday after a i two weeks
Gainesville where he visiteda visit here with his parents;
f' i ;Y week with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brede;
Robert Cook. Flagler Beach. .

;,. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Deen, Jr. Mr. and Mrs A. L. Salt of
are vacationing at Linville St. Petersburg and Mr. Joe
Falls, N. C. Willman, Valley Stream: N. Y.,

j A 7.- arrived Monday for several
days visit here with the Salts'
LADIES son-in-law and daughter,
DRESS SHOPAVAILA1ILE Walter and Laura Morris.

i -I rot.t.' LOW INVESTMENTFOR Mr. and Mrs. Webb Brooks

r '..\, FIXTURES ONLYall and daughter, Gwen, return.
buy U the fixture
, .. '! I you supply of $10- ed home last week from
I ....<1, "", $ ,ogna.tll. beautiful Washingon, D. C where they
t\ 11 mdce, hat(dresses, bags sportswear shoes- visited their son, Lt. and :Mrs.
{ lingerie etc.) at no coot to George W. Brooks and family.
at all will
you help
train and supervise till you Enroute home they stopped in
1(' know how backed by Black Mountain, N. C. and
' million dollar company their niece Miss Susie Tetrev
f" WRITE P. O Box 916
<, BAINBRIDCJE. QA returned home with them for
': r.'.:' ; ..) several weeks} visit
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Craig, N. Orange Street, was bride, was guest of honor at
Reserved w
the; 'setting for a Coffee Sat. a miscellaneous shower WE GIVE
M E TT S **
''urdky morning honoring Mrs. Thursday afternoon at t he
"'RoSely Cameron on her .birth home of Mrs. George Clegg, TOP Prices Good
day anniversary. The hostesswas Haw Creek. Co-hostesses for Thurs., Fri., Sat. '
the affair were Mrs. Jeff VALUE and Monday,
assisted by Miss Marcia Seale and Miss Carol .!
Johnston. Townsend. August 17, 18,
and 21 1967 .,
Artistic arrangements of A summery color scheme STAMPS ,
pink roses and gladiolus were yellow, green and white was 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437-3201 J
placed at vantage points of used in the decorations
the, living-dining rooms en- throughout the rooms of the
suite. home. Florida Grade "A" ;
Fifteen of Mrs. Cameron's An attractive arrangment of
relatives and friends enjoyedthe yellow and white chryssan-
themums formed the center. \
gala occasion. Out of town
guests were Mrs. Billy Deen, piece for the refreshment Lb. j
table. Guests were served In. FRYERS 29. I
Belle Glade and Mrs.,James
dividula cakes decorated with
Barfield, Jr., Atlanta, Ga. Whole
mints.yellow roses, punch and ,9. i

COFFEE;: FETES Twenty-seven Invited guests .
BRIDE ELECT attended. Out of town guests Copeland (Smoked) Extra Fancy, 4 to 6 lb. Avg: ,
-were Mrs. J. E. Sizemore and
Miss Rabeth Hersey, bride Mrs. G. E. Lunsford of Holly
elect of Flynn Edmonson. was
honored at a coffee and show. ;
er Saturday morning given by ATTENDING MUSIC CAMP PICNICS 43
Mrs. Walter Morris ae her Lb.
home, 500 Chapel Street. Two local youths left Mon-
Gifts for the bride to-be day for Leesburg to attend the
were arranged on a table centered Harmony Bay Music Baptist .
with an artistic arrange. Youth Camp. They will return
ment of yellow gladiolus.The home Saturday afternoon. t
hostess presented the Attending the music camp Florida Grade "A" (Family Pkg.) Lean Meaty
honoree with a yellow carnation are Marvin Clegg, son of Mr. CUT.UP lb.
corsage as a memento of and Mrs. Frank Clegg, Bun- FRYERS BAg. 179 PORK STEAK 5ge
the occasion. nell and Fred Fruits, son of
About thirty guests attended Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fruits, World's Best Pure Pork (Homemade)
the lovely affair. Flagler Beach. Ground lbs. Pan "
L .. BEEF 'Z 99C SAUSAGE Z 99*

I Armour Star Lean Tender Armour Star

ESTIMATES Chuck Cube Round :

Steak, Ib...........t9. Steak, Ib............. 89ft. Steak, Ib............ ftge

Flo-Cane '
Laminated Plastic-Fine Hardwoods \

Now Serving Bunnell and All Surrounding Areas, Limit (1)) with
pur5 Lb.

Call Collect 50 Mile Radius 437-3513 S U G A R chase food order.of $5.00 or more Bag 4S




VOLUSIA MINIMUM $3.000-90 DAYS Limit ((1)) with purchase of $5.00 or more food order'
COUNTY Kraft .

BANK 677-8217 175 W. Granada 3180z.

,Ormond Beach. Florida GRAPE JELLY 1 Jars 99

Limit 3 Jars Please
Florida Grade "AuMEDIUM

., -fr" J EGGS 3Doz.$1
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," Limit (3)' Doz. Please

d'a"r ax '
,, Produce Frozen Foods '
f". r Dairy ItemsFresh
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,, .' GreenCABBAGE Pillsbury (Canned) Sealdsweet (6 oz.)
Ib .................... 8e Each...-............ fOe 8 Cans............... JL

'. Crisp FreshLETTUCE Kraft (Fresh) Orange Master ChefFRENCH

/.. A Head........,......... 1ge 3 JUICE 1 qt. Btls...........890 2 lb. Pkg FRIES...........,.35C
t Golden Yellow
Table Ready Solid MortonMEAT

BANANAS Ib...............,'...... {:Ie OLEO 21 ib.:Pkg..39 e 4 faa....PIES......?,....... 99 e

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..:" Refreshing the Nation's Economy 3 Ib. Bag........... 33e Vz Gal................. 5ge

GreenPEANUTS Everfresh Hot Dog, Hamburger .
:'f'. What is tho brewing industry worth to the American Mrs. Smith's (13 oz.)
". billions.Here some of our BUNS, CREAM PIES,
,"... economy annual outlays?Reckon, in it round in numbers: are Ib........................ 25* 8 ct. Pkg............ Z3e 3 fa........._........... $100
". 't Excise taxes (federal,state, local). .. .$1.4.Billion
,}. Agricultural purchases (grains, etc.).$216 Million '

'. ? Packaging(vroopar.purchases metal). ...,.......$&&0 MJDioD 50 FREE 50 FREE 100 FREETOP
i Salaries and wafos, . ............ .$U BiDIoI1
With Purchase of With Purchase of With Purcha of

The Brwwrfwof Am EMpomIc"** .Pump...,..?.*"* 'tnMt $2.00 Cosmetics and (1) Everfresh Twin (2) Pan-Roady

':. inm the AmftIcMJ ..... Dental Supplies Pkf. Potato Chips .
UHITID STAtII"""" Ml ClATHMf i, @ CUp Fry...
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.,t>:- _. Weekly SermonRev. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT

up In your lap, licks your CHURCH Oliver F. Taylor. Pastor REQUEST FOR BIDS
Notice U hereby given that
hand and frantically his
wags the Board of County Commissioners -
i j Too Late string of a tall like mad.H Bunnell Methodist Church of Flagler County Florida -
NEWS will receive sealed bid up
is not supposed to be fed to the 8th day of September A.
.t ," at the table but when he sits DISCOVERING GODA D. 1167, at the hour of ':00 o'-
To ClassifyBY TV designed clock a. m. In the office of the
j: ; up by your chair straight as slogan on Clerk of the Circuit Court In the
a ramrod with his paws crossed FIRST METHODIST to promote our nation Flagler County Courthouse for
Buss.U Kor the following:
\\f'. and waving at you and BUNNELL and tourism calls fcr peopleto
his,pink tongue hanging' out :rev. Oliver Taylor Pastor "discover America. Recent. 18.000 gallon. Gasoline, regular -
i 'I am supposed to be his, what are you going to do, ly my family and I traveled grade, In bulk.
I' Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. across America to Oregon and 16.000 gallons Diesel Fuel No.
kick him?
Is the
"master" but that over
2, In bulk.
Worship a. m.
the Pacific Ocean. Along with
': While Sometimes when he 650 gallons Diesel Motor Oil
of the
statement runs
year. Methodist Youth Fellowship,
millions of Americans, we, (MSDG-DM) In 5 gallon cans.
t he Is only knee-high to my out of Alka-Seltzer or Turnshe 6:30 p. m. too discovered America. My 250 gallons Motor Oil SAE
will 30 (MSDO) In 1 qt. tins.
I !trouser cuff, he walks over develop an upset 2 Blocks East of HighwayNo. personal attitude toward our 60 gallons Motor Oil SAG 10,
stomach and start to whoopon 1, Lambert Street. Non-Detergent In 5 gallon cans.
nation has been
me with all four feet and the living room The great enlargeed 50 gallons K Pale 45 HydraulicOil
rug. and expanded for now I In 5 gallon cans.
makes me like it. wife will grab him and 250 gallons Supercharged No.
I :His name Is "Schotzle", a throw him out the door like ST. THOMAS EPISCOPALThe have seen firsthand the ma 3 Diesel Motor Oil In 6 gallon
of the western
'r., ; ,black' and tan dachshund he was a sack of potatoes or Rev.'Robert Stuart.Priest jestic United expanse States. How tremendous cans.450 Ibs. Chassis Lube multipurpose .
": with soulful eyes and silken something. This always disturbs In Charge it is. 1.600 ,lbs.2GearlbLubeis.

\ ears and he thinks he's peo me and I ask her 'how Morning Worship 11:30 a. m. I could not help but thank purpose.. In drums of about 100
'He''had"I she would feel if she sick Church School 3:30 Ibs. or equivalent of all the
,. ;t pIe. papers when he was : p. m., God In His Creation as I viewed Above quantltes are estimatedto
first came to our household, to her stomach and I were to Thursday. the other side of our nation. represent requirements for
he had 'em all over the house, grab her around the waist Communion first Sunday of one (1) year and cover the fiscal
The words of /the song "Amer. year from October 1, 1967
but he doesn't need them any and toss' her out the door. each month. ica the Beautiful" mean more through September 30, 1968.

:a more. He's a big dog now, if Then I get the dustpan: whisk Three miles east of Bunnellon to me than they did before we prescribed Bids must bid be forms submitted on
;; you know what I mean. What broom and rug cleaner and go highway 100. took this trip. The land of our These forms may be obtainedat
; to work while I'm not the Clerk's office on request.
he lacks In stature he makes trying
heritage is rich and truly
Prices F. O. B. Bunnell and
\. up in personality. to notice her dirty looks. BUNNELL .FIRST BAPTIST needs to be enjoyed. deliveries to be made as needed.

I A watch dog he will 'never There is something about a Charles D. Anders Pastor Somehow I rediscovered Godas plainly Envelopes marked must"Bids be sealed on Gaso and
; be. He ',is as friendly as a dog that gets under your skin. I saw another part of His Ini1eetard
',.,' '. ward politician and 'has Just The wife says it is ticks butI Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Sunday majestic creation. The' Psalmist to reject any reserves and all bids.the right

about everybody from toddlers don't agree with her. I contend ., School. spoke !to me .afresh in his Dated at Bunnell, Florida, this
that a dog as a memberof 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship llth day of D 1967.
to senior citizens eager to words because these words BOARD OF"uUtiT COMMISSIONERS -
i make his acquaintance, excepting the family deserves respect 7:00: p.m. Training Union. have an improved meaningfor OF FLAOLEU
and consideration, love and 8:00 p.m. Evening Worship. COUNTY, FLORIDA '
maybe the garbage me now. "O Lord, how
nan and he doesn't dislike affection for he will return it Wed.P 7:30 p.m., Prayer manifold are thy work!" Chairman

t 'him really. It Is the rattle of one hundred fold and to hell Service. Psalm 104:24. ATTEST GEORGE M. MOODY, Clerk
Nursery all services.
't !the cans that bothers him. with the rug and the up. Aug. 17 and 24, 2 tc.
holstery. 2 Blocks:East of stoplight,
I :never was much for walking Moody Boulevard TOPLESS DINING TABLES

j ; and always felt imposed Spokane Wash.-Students of
''upon when I had to take one Stamp Tax Take Gonzaga University campus HASTINGS MATTRESS
t of the grandchildren to. the BUNNELL
had to eat meals on the floor
bathroom. Now I walk about On' PENTECOSTAL HOLINESSRev. ot the dining room because & UPHOLSTRY WORKS

, four miles 'a day and am Upsurge'COmptroller John Lingold. Pastor pranksters took 30 table tops 710.12 Lemon St.

/ ? dragged from bush to telephone Sunday School 10:00: a. m. from one room and 40 tables Palatka, Florida
, pole to fire hydrantand Fred O. (Bud) Worship Service 11:00 a. m from another. The thieves left Phone EA 5-9166

countless other sniff and Dickinson Jr. has announcedthat Life Liners Service 6:30 this sign: "You are' now entering Furniture Upholterlng

squirt stops at breakneck the state ,pocketed $1857,265 ,- p. m. 5' .5 the ,first topless dining Repaired & Refinished
speed. If a stray oat or squirrel from the sale of documentary "
., Evening Evangelistic Service room In the world. Mattresses & Box
stamps during July.
to path
happens cross our 7:30: m.
I am in danger of having my "This sum, which amountsto Deen Road. The Cape Haze Marine Laboratory Made to Order, Also RenovatedCall

l 'arm, pulled out at the socket an increase of $158,988 over on Siesta Key near Laura Morris 437-3233

and 'any attempt at restrainton collections made for July, Sarasota has announced that After 6:00 P. M.
my part is met with a 1966, represents a dollar valueof THE METHODIST CHURCH additional facilities will soon PRICES REASONABLE:

series of yips and yelps that $11,641,071 on the 10J37.602 Flagler Beach make a significant expansion BUDGET PLAN IF
\. disturb the peace a block stamps sold" Dickinson. noted. Reynold Nelson Hoover of its research program pos. NEEDED-
away. Early 1967 Indications of a Morning* Worship 9.30a.m., sible..rOday's.. Just as near as your

' When not on tour Schotrie tight money market, as shownb (September-May) 11 a. m. ... Phone or Post Office
takes over his household duties y slumping documentary Choir Rehearsal, Wed., 6:45 .. ,''".. hick /town Is the Drop Us a Card or Call

which consist of pretend. stamp tax collections, baye p.m. one without a shopping cen Free Pick-up & Delivery
' j" Ing to be asleep on my favorite gradually reversed the Comp Men's'Club meets the first ter. ,
lounge chair or the davenport troller said. The present upsurge Monday of each month at
He has been told in all of stamp tax revenuecan 7:30 p. m.Woman's.

r" languages, including the Scan. be attributed to general Society of Chris-
dinavian that he is not supposed easing of the financial mar. tion Service the 2nd Thursday .

to get on the furniture ket.Dickinson 9:30: a. m.
:y but he never quits trying 'and pointed out that South Daytona Avenue.
, if you scold him he gives you in-state sales during July accounted N

a.. such a reproachful, pitiful for $1,839,945 while FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
look that you feel like a cross a total of $17,320 was collected -
between Simon Legree and from sales outside the \ Flagler Beach
.,)'r Heidrick the Hangman. He state. Max Hall. Pastor ,

t C", lays on the floor and soul. The tax, which Is assessedon Sunday School: 9:45.
fully rolls his big brown deeds Morning Worship: 11:00.
eyes and bonds,
Evening Worship
with Just enough of the white and written
t payment obligations
Wednesday Prayer Meeting:
1t' showing to break your heart. is deposited in the Gen-
Then he crawls over, lays at eral Revenue fund. 7:30.On the corner of Third and
I' your feet and if you assure In-state sales in, Flagler Central.
: him he is forgiven he bounces County totaled $1,380.00.

t, CATHOLIC CHURCHES "Can I affordan

Rev. Fr. Anthony Leon, Pastor
ST. MARY'S KORONA independent
Y '
Sunday Mass: 7:30: a.m.

Weekday Masses: Mon., Wed., insurance expertto
ROBERT L. HANNAH and Friday at 8:30 a.m.

FUNERAL HOMES Sunday Mass: 9:00 a.m. figure out

Dedicated to dignity service and economy. Lowest cost Weekday Masses: Tues. and' what's best for ?"
Thurs. at 8:30 a.m. ,, me
t by far In the entire area on any service of your choice. ST. STEPHEN'S. BUNNELL {
" We invite your comparison. Serving all faiths. Sunday Mass: 10:30 a.m. 'f Sure
Weekday Mass: Saturday at

CALL WZ 7611 TOLL FREE ; An independentagent

CHURCH makes
Flagler Beach .
Rev. R. W. Dlcke.-t Pastor
Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. no extra
When you Worship Service, 11 a. m. YQUR A+ ejxnfhdl

DISTANCE "LET Communion of each quarter.every first Sunday charge for r, y F AGENT

GEORGEDO Daytona Avenue South ef his services. -"""" '" """'

MEANS 'J' School.In .

IT!" World War II, Itttaplwas A'independent agent,we represent several strong insurance

NOTHING! v s a neutral and refused to companies. We are free to select the right kind of insurance

We Poy Potto?* Both Ways allow Britain to ertaUtfinaval for your car, home, or business, and we nuke no extra
b.... T OMtye for this service.
Use DBF "Save-By-Mail" Service A salesman'
ooe-company on the other band, must necetSMiJy -
.i1.N..tF.1vdSMis-b..An.d.ti..I.fl.as$M| try to sell you the policy his company offer

ROY'S independent insurance agents, we offer you The Bit
urance-our continuing personal .**.....
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MR. X. BOND IaneIiPM. ,
RANCH OtFICI, "Heart of H.lly Hill"US. #1 .>Mi S **t .. 437-im --.ht... -I- JIMM4tHa..u 1
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Is hereby' given that the JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Dr. James Coughlm Nuclear Expert :'
Board of County Commissioner! .'LOIUD I.X AND FOIL You will take notice that the ... '
of Flagler Count: Florida, willreceive CASH NO. 134 DIV. A BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ;
day of'September, A.' D. 1967, at LUEUANA HALL FLORIDA In accordancewith Jons! Florida: Power & Light Co.
the hour of 9:00 o'clock a, m. In Plaintiff the provisions of Sections
the ottlce of the Clerk of the Cir- 336.09 and 336.10 Florida Stat- t
cuit Court In the Flagler County W. T. BALI., tii9r'T'll Etlte UI fntg Dr. James CoughlLn a Coughlin had served for five
Courthouse for the following: Defendant. : t
LUMBER NOTICE OV SUIT A. M. on the 5th day of September recognized authority in the years as Nuclear' Power '
Approximately 25,000 board TO W. T. HALL 1967 at Its meeting room in field of nuclear power genera. Specialist for the Babcock A "
3" by V'. V' and 10", WhOM residence and addressare tie County Court House in Bun- Wilcox In market.
feet sized two sldea.Approximately 16 feet unknown. nell Florida, consider and determine tion, has Joined Florida Company. :1
long 25,000 board YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED whether or not thea.unty & Light Company. ing nuclear equipment and

feet 3" x 6", 8>f and 10", 20 feet has that been an filed action against for you divorce, and continue will, renounce vacate abandon and disclaimany dls. lie will be responsible for fuel for the electric Industry,

long Approximately sized: two sides.50,000 you are required to serve a copy right of the County and of working with manufacturers he dealt with all major U.S.

feet &" x r.ru"h.. 12'v 14'board, 16' of to your It on written Rob't H.defenses Matthews If any Attorney the ing public described In and land to or the Interest follow- of nuclear ,equipment for the utilities, and companies in '
and 20 feet long.Approximately for Plaintiff whose address therein acquired: company's Turkey Point Plantto Japan and Europe.

feet 8" x 10" rough,25.000 16 ft and board 20 Is P Building O. Box 687.New 109 Smyrna Professional A(15'strip) wide of land along fifteen each side feet meet all specifications' and "I'm proud to be with a pro-

ft.To long.be delivered .to Flagler Pneal Florida, and file the orig of the half-section line Intersecting requirements. greftive company like Florida ,I
the Clerk of the above the following His also wiU Power & and enthusiastic
County Stockade when and as styled court on or before the described property: responsibilities Light, I
ordered.from Bid to cover the fiscal 18 day of September, 1967; other- ,E% of NEtt of NWU, and Include training FPL forces about my new assignment -' 1'
year October l, 1967through wise a Judgment may be entered NVV% of NEI&, of Section 24, to develop a highly skilled ," Coughlin commented.
September 30 1968.
against you for the relief de. Township 12 South, Range
The Board reserves the right manded In the Complaint 29 East nuclear team to operate and "Turkey Point will be the
to reject any and all bid*. WITNESS hand and the ALL INTERESTED PARTIES
my maintain the plant. first large nuclear plant in
Dated at Bunnell,
Florida, Ms
of said court on the 11th are asked to appear and be heardat
11th day of August A. D. 1967. day of August A. D. 1967. the time and place above "With two large nuclear the Southeast when the first
BOARD OF COUNTY COM GEORGFS M. MOODY speeded. generating units under con. unit Into operation in
Clerk of the Circuit Dated: August 2, 1967.
COUNTY FLORIDABy Bunnell, Flagler County, BOARD OF COUNTY COM- struction and possible future 1970. But nuclear pourer is
Chairman LOUIS M. STEFLIK, ( Florida. COUNTY.MISSIONERS FLORIDABy OF FLAGLER additions of other such units, growing fast. In January 1966

ATTEST: SEAL. y: Janice Murra'k /s/ LOUIS M. STEFLIK, our company Is fortunate to there were 17 nuclear plantsin
GEORGE M. MOODY, Clerk. ( Chairman. have a man who Is thoroughly the nation with a capacity
If.ef4 trl
Aug. 17, 24, -2tc
Aug. Stpt 7, 4tc Aug. 17 24, 2tc.
- Indoctrinated in the field of of about 10 million kilowatts.',

nuclear power," said FPL Just since then, U. S. utilities

President Robert H. Fite in have purchased more than 40

IOREJ iEAl10R1 101 *QSTTURBO announcing the appointment. nuclear plants with a capacity

Coughlin's training and experience of about 34 million kilo.

,embrace all. aspectsof watts"

nuclear power design, A graduate of Purdue University ,

\A/TLJ fabrication, construction, fuel Coughlin received his

cycles, operation, control and Ph.D. from Purdue Mechanical

economics. Engineering School wherehe

Before his move to FPL, also served on the teach

ing staff for several years.A .

INSTALLED iWffl 'if HEi 'HiR tHME if> Jie sDiARBOJlN; S-MI MAKE IT A HAPPY native of Detroit, 'he served
as a Marine Corps pilot In
LABOR DAY_ the South Pacific during i

No more "cold comers" when this patented Labor Day is Just around World War II. He is a registered -

Turbo-Blower takes over. Increases the comfort the corner The symbolism of professional engineer and,
is member of the American
r area and saves on fuel costs. the day has been lost to a
many In the enjoyment of the Society of Mechanical, Engi:.
r This Is Dearborn's very best buy for your money. the good life. Never in his. neers, American Nuclear Society

s Features Include Forward Heat Flow, Cool Safety tory has such a high level of and the Atomic Industrial .

a LJrj Cabinet Lifetime Hi-Crown Burner and Glo-Brita well.being been the lot of so Forum.

,X = Radiants...and they're all exclusively from Dears many people.' For most of us, LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT

"' = born and designed to give you maximum comfort the struggle and deprivationof

EASY BUDGET TERMS, If you wish. the centuries have faded REQUEST FOR BIDS
Notice la hereby given that
Into the limbo of history and
the Board of County Commissioner
30,000 BTU Heater with Blower are no longer comprehensible.Since of Flagler County will
priced at ____$72.90 receive sealed bids until 1.00: A.
Regularly this is the case, it may M. August 19, 1967, in the office
4 s r PRE-SEASON SPECIAL_$49,9S be the better part of wisdomto of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
SPECIAL in the Flagler County Court-
S.. ,+ OFFER 40,000 BTU Heater with Blower consider some of the practical ,house, Bunnell, Florida, for:
of Labor One Dump Truck meeting the
aspects Day as
EXPIRES Regularly priced et'__ $83.90 following specifications:
it is mow observed. Coming One new 1968 2-ton Cab andCbu.I.
SEPT.30. IS61
MODEL DRC 30 or 40 as it does at the end of sum ..

mer, It Is an Invitation to one Case.Approximately 111"' Wheel

last! fling. This means countless :Minimum 125 cubic inch V-'
engine .
millions of us will take 6.000 lb.. Front Axle

610 SOUTH STATE to the ,'highways and byways, 15.000 Ibs. 2 speed Rear Axle.
4 Transmission.
iiIIIiI to mountains, lakes and the Vacuum Booster Brakes
PHONE 437-3461 sea. An army of attendants, Approximately 11,000 Ibs. combined

BUNNELL maintenance: crews, firemen, 6-8.25x20 Rear 10 Springs ply tube type first-
police, first-aid and rescue line tires on 6.0 rims.
personnel will be hand to Equipped with Spare Wheel,
rear view mirrors on both sides,
minimize the casualties. Their turn signals and oil filter
Also equipped with D-4 Marion
task formidable at best,
or equivalent 4 cubic yard
and unless holiday throngs water level Contractor type
It becomes Dump Body, half-round Cab Pro
co-operate, a hope. tector and 7 inch double arm
less rearguard action.So Hoist ,
ANNOUNCING this Labor drive ALSO
One new 1968 2-ton Cab and
carefully, put out your camp. Chassis.
fire, handle firearms with Approximately 174" wheel base.
Minimum S25 cubic Inch V-8
care and use common sense engine.

precautions around "the old fi(,ggo Floe.tiear Axle.

For the convenience of our Bunnell and swimming hole". Above all, 4 Speed Transmission.
remember there will be other Vacuum Booster Brakes
Approximately 11,000 lbs corn
holidays and other trips. Don't blned Rear Springs.:
leave the countryside 6 8.25x20 10 ply tube type
a noman's
bills Ami-line tires on 6.0 rims.
Beach customers telephone can
Flagler' land of litter. Thereare ICC 4 Lamp Flasher

millions of litter receptacles Equipped with Spare Wheel,
rear view mirrors on both sides,
around the country. Turn signals and 011 filter,
be atDUNN They are there to help pre. WITH
now paid 14 foot Flat Bed Dump Body
serve the beauty of the land Installed:
so let's use them. 14"x90" Flat Steel Dump
Body 10 Gauge 42" permanentsteel
bulkhead with screen -win.
Body to have stake side pocket
5 r '-Yipped with twin telescopic
Twenty percent of the hydraulic 12 ton hdtst.

& SUPPLY CO. production South's material comes for from pulpwood the date Price to approximate be FOB Bunnell.delivery indicating -

"leftovers" of Southern Pine The Board reserves the right
.-' to reject any and all bids.
lumbering. Dated at Bunnell, Florida, this
8th day of August. 1967.
/ Debarking of sawlogs by LOUIS M. STBFLIK, ,
106 South Bay St. BunnellOf lumber mills permits the con Chairman Board ofcounty
version of slabs, edgings and ..agler County Florida
other leavings of the saws to A'aJIIT: :

those who wish to by pulp chips for paper mills. CJIIIOftGE, M. MOODY. 10, 17., 1917 CUrk.Aug. 21.HGAj. .
course pay: Sawdust is also utilized in .

pulpwood production. ... ADVEKTISBMBIfTRFMltmsT !

order should continue to mail LH AL ADVBnTISBMBitT Notice Is hereby FOR HID that UMT
check or money Board of. County CommtiiioMrr
naaofUT FOR BIDS of ".. unty, Florid* wflr
fealodblda will be received In receive ...let bid up to th. lik
UM oflc of the City Clerk of the day of lep ..IIe". A. D. 1MT, at
P. O. Box 951 Daytona Beach CHjr of Buanell Florida, in the the hour of >::00 o'clock a. m. lit
payments to Ctric Center Building, until the office of the Clerk of the Circuit -
1:00 p. m. OB the list day of Court In the Flagler County
'1tiFt. August, A. D. !tIT, for 2.000 ft Courthouse for the following.
of 12 In. reinforced tongue and ** pv for the courthous/
rroove concrete pipe f. o. b. Bun- tasjkae, Tall and other County
.. 32015. ..11 The Florida "g dings! for the fiscal-year Oct-
City Commissioners re- ._ IN'I through Sept"'r"a.J
ve the rifht to reject any and ....
bid aad to accept the bid TDe 8o&J'd reserves the right
': t In Ita judgment will b* for to reject any and all bl_
; t best Interest of the City of Dated at Bunnell Florida, thin
rV1t1t 11th day: of Aufrusf -"'"
N and soar _
@.SoutHrl' i tb.. 5thbaud August A. d

I. .. "'rlborloridaa, *,"01' f.A
:' ......u. ;.or

c. ....n, Clt y Clerk '
::1..: 1'-17-1ta. SPJiSBY .

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"One of the best ways to "Our group, is in' favor of
SCHOOL SUPPLYHEADQUARTERS Judge your community's efficiency progress," said Wisehaupt.

is to compare it with "Why twenty years ago whenI
was Mayor here we got a
others, like with like," readsan delegation, appeared before
excerpt from Reader's Digest the County Commissioners and

of March 1965, part of a asked for a school to be opened .
In Flagler Beach, and we
prepared statement at the recent -
got It. Look at it now. This
taxpayer's meeting. This shows what can be accomplished
article revealed that cities and
when the whole
PENCILS counties all over the U.S. are "
NOTE BOOKS PAPER pulls together.
organizing to preserve, protect -
The City is to be commend.
ed for their, foresight in Installing .
", "There is 'much work and
CRAYONSRULERS I ; beautiful signs at the
planning to be done; every
taxpayer within our city Is north and south of A-l-A and

,' urged to become a member," on 195. Other suggestionswere
EVERYTHING YOU NEED said Master of Ceremonies our outstanding Recrea.
Howard Wisehaupt. In a small Lion Hall, Library with thousands .

town government, spending is of books available, our
TO START SCHOOL big, taxes are rising fast and Fire Department and the tine
waste is often great. Here Is group of voluntary firemen
I what you as a citizen can do who man the modern equip.
FULL LINE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES'Cook's (to be ,sure you get the mostout ment.

.. ,.....",... of your local tax dollars. Thlrty-flve new applications
l' Where many improvementsare for membership were signedat

; : set as goals,concentration the meeting, and everyone
on tax-cutting alone is not was given opportunity to
Sundry' always the solution' to the speak.

modern community's prob. Paving from curb to curb
lems. Our growing population along the east-west Streets
points to higher local 4 taxes.. near A-LA, and in front of
Waste and destructive programs business places on A-l-A was
& are the big enemies. discussed. Some expressed
Gift I Shop : opinions that tourists will be

encouraged to pull out of traf
O. F. ALFORD flee lanes and patronize busi

(FORMERLY ANDERSON DRUG STORE) Registered nesses if they could avoid hitting ..
the dirt areas. Discussion
'206 N.'STATE ST. '437-3498 : Real Estate Broker about the City Park and

I' Btmnelt Florida its restoration to the purposesits
I .A.A founders set forth in the
original deed was off to a
lively start. Any property
owners who want to get their
streets paved may get a petition
signed asking the Cityto
do so, and this will be the

proper procedure.One .
good aim Is to enter a
movement: to see the State
Park Board erects signs on
1-95 publicizing the exit to
Jour State Parks at the Flag-
xtensioi phO ler-Bunnell exits; here are
Washington Oaks B u low
f\ Ruins, Tomoka State Park and
Flagler Beach State Park, all
I nice attractions in our area,

only $L1O This 'work is carried on by'
the taxpayers on contributionsonly
J and there are no mem
bership dues, initiationfees.
k. 1 Our aim is to benefit

Ijnonth all the people. The Executive,
Committee will appoint in
terested persons to sponsor
social events so that "6et'
acquainted parties" can meeta
t wr great need of our community
according ,to Mr.
\ George Moody, Sr., president.
8 Fra"

Mildred Sargeant entertained

lII l with a coffee Tues ,

J\ day mornnig at her home ,

1220 S. Central Ave.,. Flagler ,
Ga' i Beach, honoring a group of
summer residents who"are vacationing '
at their Flagler ,
a M rY i Beach homes. .
\ I, Enjoying the delightful af
I fair with: the hostess were
Mrs. Ed Preodor Tampa; Mrs.
Robert Bolles, Mrs. .Ralph ,
I ( .. ; Sharpe and Mrs. Jean Waglow ."
'''' : go; of' Gainesville Mrs. Emma .
I. : f ;
; : :t.
Kulp and Mrs. Helen Jordan
'TL Flagler Beach and Mrs. Danny

I' ._ ,"'. Johnston, Bunnell."CELEBRATES .
.. .
t u'\ '
DIP A5 a ,
; ::1
..' o.L,' BIRTHDAYE6abeth :':
.h *
\. )'ttJ: >
'r,': Lynn Tracy, t
7. '4 daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Jim *,
'. :J
j tL ,r. "\.i. \
"'. J .I" "n." ,. ,,-"., "'-: Tracy, Jacksonville,, cele
4k brated her first anniversary
4 Ij ;
: .,. .. Sunday at the home
\' c ; MI'L: $a:9: other
grandparents, Mr: and
1< :
4' >: Mrs. Herbert Allen 902 N.
', RaUfOftd Ave.Th .
traditional refreshments
i ,. \ of cake and ice cream were
Of'loo to< aed ..,..;..it11"ffaS l '""' "-1':. se md to twelve guests. Out of
: town guests were Ming. LOram
(;',; at AuftMttrie and Mr.
,- "u. Bill Luke, Daytona

1'1' : :.,'
1 @Southlr. Bill" <
Joe 'IUd Fr&neec Arnold and
.I i .. :....4j I lI T ..;r--r '::',...... ws.d ia
., \ ..., a. vng with his
mother Mrs. M. Arnold.811E .